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- flow bias tbe Farmer' simple life
i Fu from the aulas uf the City's strife.
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vT ' HINTS FOB. JUKE.
Examine carefull your grafts and
. studded trees. See that they are not
fobbed of their due proportion of top, by
, ahoott on the stock below.
- If you hare trees that are shy bearers,
pinch off the terminal shoots when they
have attained about one half or two-thirds
'' hir usual growth, in order to develop
the fruit buds for another season.
ilt has been found a good practice in
forms' orchards just come into bcarins,
- to take off alanre nronortion of the blos
soms that may set, that they may bear
; very year instead of every two years, as
' u vsual with the Apple.
'-' T r The Apple tree left to bear freely, ex
- ' hausts the materials for a fruit crop elab-
, orated the previous season, and as there
;'ianot Uflually time, after the ripening
of Uie fruit, for its vessels to develop the
, fruit bads for another year, beore the
i fillins of the leaf ; the consequence is.
, , that usually the Apple tree bears its full
? rop every other year.
'""Cherry trees mature their fruit so
pearly in the season, that time is given to
elaborate the fruit buds ere cold weather
:: ets in.
. . Weakly and tender trees should not be
permitted to bear freely for present
profit is purchased at the expense of fu
. ture Jiealth and vigor. -
" : Mulch your newly-transplanted trees
and shrubs, especially those not hardy
, ; and vigorous growers. Cherry trees par
tioularly require it.
.1 Treat your, trees and shrubs as fairly
as any of your hoed crops ; supply them
. liberally with welt decomposed manure,
r better, with a good compost, spaded
or plowed in lightly ; keep your cattle
" from summer pruning or leading them
v eaek; watch carefully to keep them clear
. or. insects, &c , .
' If slugs make their appearance on your
k. "..Cherry trees, dust them with dry caustic
.vlime, -or ashes. Jar your Plum trees
'Amartly every day or two,. early in the
morning, and be sure to destroy, by fire
r -or boiling water, all the droppings there
,rfrom. . xi ; Soot and ashes freely dusted over your
s melons and cucumbers, will much pro-mote-
their growth, and materially assist
. in keeping them clear of bugs. When
'tout squashes have commenced running.
j .draw earth over the third or fourth joint
jand press it with your foot;. they will
!root and perhaps save your fruit should
..the parent vine be destroyed by the bug.
Keep your strawberry beds clear of
rra and-- weeds, and remember that
"when swelling their fruit, they require a
liberal supply of water.
'Sow peas and raddishes every two or
three . weeks, : if; you would have a fresh
supply for your-table.
Put your soap-suds around the roots
- ",f your grape-vines, or pojar them on your
manure or compost heap in no case let
Itkeni be wasted. Wash your trees with
ley of moderate strength, as high as you
....can reach ; they will soon show, by clean,
' smooth bark, how well they, appreciate
Hang vials f sweetened water amon
-i jw trait trees. You will be surprise
.tthe uumbef of flies and. insects that
"jou may destroy, which wouldotherjdae
prey upon iiiu leaves iuiu iruib.
I In- transplanting your cabbages, &c.
bojarticular to take time and do it well
"yTTou may. not seem to make fast work,
but how much better it is that all should
make good heads instead of only one-half
- : or one-third.
Remember that all gardening and farm
ing operations have their appropriate sea-
-Boil, and can sever be so profitably per-
'xxormea as at the proper time.
' CQJLS CEOP SXratMER CULTURE.
m Cold and rainv weather durlnc ranch
of the past month, caused a good deal of
-delay and difficulty among the farmers
. tin. putting in as much corn as they had
intended. Jlucn has been planted when
the graund was too wet, and more still has
- been got in very late indeed there is
much to be planted after this date 1st
. Juh&, , Tn this climate, corn well put in,
'on good ground the first week in June,
: .commonly does well ; and as a whole our
eora crop is one that never fails. ' Still
there is every reason to believe that the
Average yield per acre of this crop the
.present year will be less than usual, ow
ning to-the causes just stated, especially
.. with farmers who have, attempted to cul
"jtivate more acres than they can manage
juroperly. . .. -
ij r The heavy rains have rendered most
corn lands too solid and cold for the corn
'. to start freely, and the first dry weather
will. render the surface quite hard, ex
eepting light bottom lauds ;' hence an ex-
tra amount of labor and care will be re
quired in summer cultivation. Clayey
1 land. oil. which heavy raina have fallen
aince plowing will , need to.be stirred as
--soon -and as thoroughly as possible, or it
will bake so hard, and as soon as the least
. -drouth occurs, that it will be almost im
', possible to work it : during the summer
-J ufBciently to secure a crop.
Severe Drouth will be likely to occur
1- auiiring 4his or the coming month, and
e "advise' farmers .to prepare for it, by
i awcuring a mellow surface to their corn
grounds, as soon as possible. This will
.check the -evaporation of the -supply of
anoisture now in the soil, and enable the
-'oung plants to get a good start, so as to
le able to bear the trial when It comes.
nZ'Zio not ridge up the rows of corn, any
paore than is unavoidable ; and after once
-loosening the ground well between the
. fows, use a cultivator or fluke so construc
ted as to stir the entire surface of the
' ground' aeveral inches in depth, without
ridging up 'the plants. It is in accord-'-jance
with reason as well as good experi
.aence that level culture is the best.
. r".To" Kffp. J3ut.DS feox Pickcto Fbott. '
As the season is coming on for the dep
"Hredationi of birds, I beg ts report . my
lxperience,ef last yearf when I saved my
. lamrranta and eooaeberrieaby winding col
' Sored worsted around and across my bush-
ei and my cherries by hanging up sey
n pieces of tin with strong thread in
ihe different trees, two pieces being hung
' bear, enough together "to clash with the
"jrisdV which. Bound,' with the bright re-
aflsetianof tho tin in the sun, certainly
Tightened 4hem away ; - and I had my
hare of fruit, whioh the preceding year
2 waa obliged to relizvquiah to them.
. NOW AUBIVIN61T TUB'-
ASHLAND HAT. STORE
Vt ufTalo, 33"e-w Yorls..
irupor lera, AXamaif actarerat Cent
uiailaa JTIercliaiiiIa9 aad Icai.lra) t
EVET VAKIETT OT
Enrlish, German, French and American
fTIHIS Uonie harinff the la re eat and moat ra
I rioaa atock in the United State, are fur-
uialnnc Hardware Mercbanta, Sontractora
Tinners tec, with everything they want on aa
good or bettet term a, than they can bu in New
YorJt, Boaton, er elaewhere. Tbey invite in
vestigation. JAM 3 M. ALLtfl,
6mo-n3 Trattling Agent.
Curled Hair Mattresses and Bedding,
PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES, ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
fVR Hallreaaea and curled hair havinz taken
KJ lliplomaaand Medala by compelilion In tbe
p'lOCip! B,aiCllD IOC VfllUfl 11U IHIOtVIIISIICCII
awiic4 Ilia lrie Medal at tbe Woiid'a Fair iu
London aa tbe very bet article mauufactured. are
confidently offered to tbe community aa a (real
desideraum for pure aweel sleep.
The oieceaa br which our hair is manufactured
eutirely precludes tbe possibility of molli or other
insect annoyances engendering therein aa proved
by tbeaavereat teals of analizaiion and by testimo-
niaia lrooi ine urn cuciohu ui mc ac, utu wnivn
we extract aa rol loirs :
"Experiment has demonstrated that the puriyinr
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent
curled bair ia especially destructive 01 animal
life, that it baa lacuuy 01 uieacnmganu clean
ing tbe fibre, and that it ia the most powerful dis
infecting body at present Known 10 science.
H. LKTHKBV. M. D.
Profasaorof Chmiatry and Toicology in the
Medical Collets of tbe London Hospital.
I cheerfully state that tbe article submitted to
vour oroceaa must be pure and afreet and will be
found of great value and fnira proof exhibited to
me I am confident that the process employed ex.
ceedall ether methods or preparation. -
W. BEACH. M. V.,
We also keep constantly on bandafull aupply
or Pillows till Holsters, unuer maiiraiaca aua
Bedding of all detci iplious and a large asnonnie.it
of Wall- P-aper and window bbades, uptiolatry
gooda. curtaina, loungea, ecc, &c.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at.
WISDOM & Co.
42 PuKea Block Bank at.
Jmie 4, 1(5. 1'Otf
"Books for the Million.
THE subscriber having purchased the entire
atock ol Books and Stationery, belonging
to W. H. a. ro'tei, former proprietor 01 me
Ashland Book Store, reapecllully annouDcea
that he will cont nue the business at the old
stand, and will always bavu on hand ,
Standard Miscellaneous Works,'
B:ioks. Pamnhleta, Macaiiaeo, School Books,
Maps, fee., etc. AlaV Pocket Cutlery, Port Mo
niea, Memorandums, rasa coons, oiaua books,
Plain and fancy Cards, Porte Folios, Writing
Materials, Cap Letter, Bath Note, Drawing,
Tisane an J Fancy Paper, Bristol Board, Plain
and Fancy Note Letter and i-nveloue, Ar
nold's black, red and carmine Writing Fluid,
Fiber's, Brookman & Langdon's, OBtl oilier
celebrated Lead Pencils, round and square,
S'atcs and Slate Pencils, Gold Pens and Ca-
In a word, eve rything uaanlly kept in a fi'st
cla-a Book More. Prices as low as any town
in the coootry.
As he has engaged in the business with the
intention of'-makm? a living" at it, he is de
termined to become an- efficient caterer for
public, if money and unwearied attention to
the business will accomplish tbe end. Per
sons wisliiog book bot seldom called for ( can
have them promptly ordered irom eastern
Houses st reasonable rates. All tbe latest
mi1ilW' -" - r," I ri f-ri'-il "r n r'
He hopes to teceive a liberal share ot the pub
lic patronage. 11. w. imbuk.
Ashland, April o, iso. eon
MICHAEL MILLER presents his regards
to his friends and the public generally,
md respectfully announces that he has opened
a Pablic House for the accommodation of the
traveling pablic, directly opposite tbe Samp
sell House, Main Street, Ashland, where he
will be glad to accommodate all who may favor
him with a call. His table will always be sup
plied with the luxuries of the sesson His
parlors and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling for horses will also
be provided, and aCuthful Hostler always in
Boarding: for private families er single per
sons can be had at reasonable rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.
In connection with tbe Hotel, he will alao
continue to keep open bis BAKERY AND RES
TAR ANT, where he will at all times keep on
Confectlonarles, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
every luxury to be found on the tables of first
class eating houses.
$7 ie vnsita it atstinrxiy unaersiooa, ton no
ill be kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon.
Aablaad, March 8th, 1854. n42 if.
com m e n e e d
running a KX
Ashland to Loudonville leaving Ashland
very Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 o'-
lock, A.M jndarnvins at Loudonville at 2 P.
M-, connecting with the 3 o'clock P. ' M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P M train for
Cretiine same days. Leaving Loudensille
every Tuesday, inursoay and Saturday on
the arrival ol Eastern train at 10 A.M., and
rrivea et Ashland at 3 P. M-, thereby enab-
ing passengers to go either Last or Weston
the cars same day, or those coming on morning
train either from East or West can get to Ash-
and without delay; and citizens wishing to-
S't the south part of the county, can nave an
opportunity to transact their business and re-
inn samo trip, anu vtct versa, rare
through owe dollar.
A liberal deduction to families and press
or parties. Enquire of the undersigned at
hs l."ranli (in Ronis in Ashland. or'St'the
Railroad Depot, er Post Office in. Loudonville.
W. ROBESON, Proprietor.'
Passengers tab - to or from sny Hotel ei
ther at Ashl.ind or Loudonville.
Ashland, July 13, 1S33. ' 3m3
i N immense aasortment vl hew
HATS AND CAPS! ;
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con-sist-ing
of a large variety ol
SILK HATS! :
from $3 to $5; Kossuth Hate -from 60 cte. to
2,50 ! Maiyar Hats, from 1 to S3; Otter
Uau, from S2 10 $3,5; a large assortment of
' ra Iv A MA II A IS I
considered the most tasty. comfortable and dur
able anmme Hatr now in use, from 92 to 3,
5(;Leghorn, from 75 to $1,23: Beaver Hats
from 83,50 to So. Alao a complete assortment
CHIP AND STlfevW HATS!
Also, an endless variety orMen'a and Boy's
SUMMER HATS !
and all kinds of Children's Hats. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stock, as it is admitted on all hands to be the
Isrgest snd best selected stock ol bats, ever
brought to Ashland County. Tbe subscriber
respectlully requests the public to call and
examine his'Vock, whether they buy or aot.
The subscriber will pay cash for any qusnti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite the Franlin House, and one door East
of the Poat Office, Ashland, Ohio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1854. 48tf
LOOS OUT FOS TBS AVALAKCH
NEW SPRING GOODS "
McMahan Six Ahead!
TJOBERT McMAHAN annoonc.ee to the
IV people of Ashland Coonty, and the "rest
01 mankind," that he ia now receiving just a
'Mile the biggest' stock of S.'RING AND
SUMMER GOODS direct from the eastern mar
kets, that has or will be bretght to this county
UK X UOUDS.
His stock of Dry Goods consists of Broadcloths,
Summer Goods, Ginghams, Delaines, Sheet
ings, an unsurpassro assortment of
to which he invites the special attention of
the ladies generally, an inexhaustable assort
ment of Prints, and almott every other article
in thia department, usually used in this mar
In this department hechalleoges competition
as his assortment ol Bonnets snd Palm and Leg
norn nais, is complete.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
He will con inue the Ready-Made Clothin
business as usual, and will be at all timea
prepared to supply the wants of the community
this respect, and at prices that will m-ik
the Jewish fraternity stand aghast
Cone unto me all ye ends of the earth," an
be ye no longer bootless or shoeless, as he i
now supplied with an assortment of Boots and
Shoes, that completely eclipses any ot those o
his up-town neighbors, and will sell them a
prices so low ss to silence the elamorings of
trie most miserly soul on terra hrma.
Also any quantity of GROCERIES AND
HARDWARE, and an endless assortment o
other articles, which it would make any per
sons eyes sore to read. - -
brienm, Vustomert etna jmntrmen. lend
me your eart.". He can supply the listless, the
euatless, the bootless and shoeless, and every
hungry, starving soul. within his Teach: with
the luxuries ol life, at prices that no honest
man can complain of. Remember his store
at his old stand, Matn St., Ashland, where the
people can get good baigains and nod the latch
string always out. " '
C; HJNTKY t-IirII J1K -
taken in exchange fur Guods, - and CASH
Ashlaod, April 5 1S54. 4Ctf
,-- -,. . ... ,...J-eBT.
SKILLING & BURNS
HAVE the pleasure of informing the public
in general, that they have just received
root New-York their Spring- and Summe
Stock of Goods, which they offer to. sell a
very low prices. 1 o be convinced of this tact
the public will only hare to rail and exam
is iaiai.1 armr Tinea oiock or
Ready-Made Clothing, CloPit, Cattimeret, Vttt-
tngt, bummer ilujft. Leghorn and Falm
i-eaf HA TS, GROCERIES,
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS tit great variety
srTo the Ladies. We invite particular
attrition to our Stock of DRESS GOODS;
which is one ol the most desirable ever oflered
XnAshlxnd. And to the community! n general
we say, that we will not be undersold by any
firm in this or adjoining Counties ; for we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see how low we can sell Goods and make a liv-
ng. ' In short, our Stock is very complete ; and
no pains, on on-part, will be spared to snake
oor More the seat ol general attraction ti.ro'
out the season, by constant supplies of such
Goods as the country requires, and at prices
that win oe certain to give satistaction.
. J. U SKILLING,
Ashlaod, May 24th, 1854. 3m I '.
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JEWS!
50,000 Majority and all the Counties
not heard from, for the
Clothing and FurnishiDg Depot !
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN STREET, ASHLAND, O.
If J ed st
New Cabinet Wareroom
in ouange : -
rnHE subscriber respectfully' announces
I itnat he has permanently located himsell
in the taw ot Orange, Ashlaod county, unio,
where be is prepared to manufacture all kind
I CabineteVs.se, such as "
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dininz 2 'able. Centre Tables,
to order, ou she shortest uolice and luoal r eq
uable tersse. Particular attention given to
UNDERTAKING BUSINESS !
Country Produce taken in exchange lor work,
and Cash always acceptable.
Orange, April 5, S54. 46t
C 0 HF E CTI 0 NEByj
ERNST BACHERER respectfully annoon
eea to his frieade and lovers of good living
generally, that be has made a complete reno
vation in hie establishment, one door west of
the McNulty House, Aahland, Ohio, and will
keep constantly on aanJ during the ensuing
summer every luxury usually tound in tsue
N. B. Know ait men, that bo intoxicating
liejQerwill be kept ia my establishment. .
Aahiaa, him m, jaa. jv-n.
HIS extensive establishment hsajost
received the largest and best select-
stock of clothing, and gentlemen
furnishing goods, ever brought to this town or
county.- . .
CLOTHING OF ALL, KINDS'.
suitable for tbe largest man or smallest boy,
nd at prices that win perfectly astonish you
come right aionj and eximine our stock,
nd see for yourselves, i Here you will find
cartloads of coats, cords of trowsers, and a
'tarnel pile of vesta of every style and vrai-
ety, large enough and email enough, warm
enough' end cool enough for any seanon-i Our
stock of 'Furnishing goods is complete: con
sisting of. Sbirts, Collar, Cravats, Wrappers,
Drawer, Sc., Etc., in tact everything to-m out
man in perfect -order,'' OnC motto is" Quirk
Sale sand Small Profits ,nd no charge for show
ing our goods. . . , - - , . . ,
of all kinds, made to order. The Foreman in
this department is one. of the best workmen
in Ohio. .
- Recollect the place, one .-door east of
Stjuires, and ' one door -west of Wallack Ic
Coffin's Store. This extensive stock is under,
the direction of our ageut, Mr. Z. Greenwald,
8. APPLE At CO., Philadelphia.
' April 5, 1854. . 46tf
To Western ' Merchants .
rpHE subscriber would call the attentiou of deal
X'ers generally to the extensive arrangements they
have made for the Importation and aale of Britiea,
French, and German Dry Gooda. -.
Having a buyer permanently located in Eu
rope, whose entire attention will be given to the
selection of Goods for our sale, we shall be in re
ceipt of new and desirable Dress Goods by each
steamer. Our stock of
it lute Ci.iodb, Hotilery, Shawls Ac Notions,
will be found complete. - Also, a large variety
of black and colored Silks, Satins, etc. Cloths,
Cassimeree and Vesting, Linens, Drillinga, Ate,
eVo. andTailor'a Trimmings generally.
Alwaya on hand all leading a tries of Domes
tic Goods, bleached and brown'- :
Cotti'tu rlll Ticks. Stripes, Denim,
with choice assortment of Merrimack and Co
chec4 Prints, Lancaster Ginghams, Ac, Ac.
' The Clothing Department (under tha firm of 1..
at Tvlcb or Co..) will embrace a great variety of
Well Mode Garments, such aa cannot tail to give
We ia vita the attention 4f cash and short time
TT7 We hsxva also secured the services of W.
L STRONG 1st of Mansfield, Ohio,) who will
taks great aleaeuxe In showing you through our
stock ; when yoasriatt this market, please favor
him with a call. .
eViO. -WILSOH di CO
Ko. IS Coes.Tt.aX sr., mw ii . 13 Dbt stm K.
Tjaauajy S. 1r-
4ld Iron Wfintrd.
rrrHB aubscriber will pay CASH -for it quantity
X of eld metal delivered at his leoaary in Asm
Ts. . ant
M. Ht MAKBPIJBLQ,
New Hardware Store I ! 1
- i r BOICE,-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Forefgu and Domestic . JIir ware! '
ASHLAND, ASHLAND CO., O.
INVITES the attention of tbe Hardware buy
Ing 'community; to his immenae and unri
valled Stock new arriving and consist of ev
ery article kept in a Hard ware Store. Farming
and Mechanics Tools, House furnishing goods,
building materials, together with the largest
and best selected Stock of Iron and Nails ever
brought to this place. Swedes, Nail, Hoop,
Sheet, Rod and Hnr Iron of extra qualities.
Sash, Glass, Doors, Putty, a large and varied a -aortment
of Locks snd Latches, Buns and
Screws all sixes and discriptions, Sadlery
Hardware and Findings. Tools, Ac.
Coeicla Halter anl Trimnaers,
will find it to their advantage to bny their
Stock of me. In their line. Oil and Enamelled
Top Leather, Clothe, Laces Damark,Muss,lte.,
Springs and Axles, Mailable Top and Pri.p
Irons, tc. Carriage snd Tire Bolts, 1 to 6
inches long. Brass Bands sll sixes, Oil Cloth.
White Lead, Dry snd in Oil, Paints, Varaiab
ea. Turpentine and Oil, Paint, Varnish and
Pump, Tubing, (Chain Double Galvanised)
beat artie'e in town, wheels and fixtures com
plete. Roger's Sf el cultivator Teeth, Wings
and Plowand Hammer Moulds,8hovels, Hoes,
Forks, Rakes, 8ytb.es, Snaths. White's Doa
ble Steel Axes, Broad Axes and Adxes, Sheep
and Cow Bells, Log and Trace Chains, Mill
Saws, aa extra article, X Cat Saws, the only
good oues in town. Batchers Files and Rasps
Tea different Brands, priees from 371 to $1,50
per pair. If you want a good article I have
them and the beat ia town, and they are going
fast. Also wool twine and cord.
Block Tin, Lead, Lead Pipe, Zinc, Sad Irons,
Tinera Wire, Gun Barrels made of Lake Su
perior Iron, Lox, Brass Castings aad Trimings
cheaper than elsewhere.
SCISSORS AND SHEARS.
If yon want a good pair give me a sail, I ac
knowledge I have the only Rood ones in town.
A few of those nice Carpenters Slick's Framing
Chisels, extra last steel Augurs,
Bench sand Molding; Plstins, fJitta,
warranted, Brnnawick Tea and Table Spoone
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Brass, Pillsr and Chamber Candle SticJbs and
Snuffers, and Tongs, Waffle Irons, Brass Ket
tles, Steelyards, Molasses Gates, Pugh's Augu
Bitts, Hunt's Hatchetts, Braces and Bitts, prices
range irom 4U cts. to ft iz xtxcisior band Paper,
Spirit Levels, Saw Handles.
The half ia aot enumerated in thia iat, lut
thoae in want of any articles in the Hardware
Line, will do well to call before purchasing;
my Stock being entirety no v,and selected with
great csre lor this market,' enablea me to sell
better and cheaper than tbey do elsewhere.
R. D. BOICE.
aVaVICellogg's Building one door above I
& J. Risser's Store.
Ashland, May 17, 1854. 52tf
TO BE HAD VERY. CHEAP I!
jL isa sSZLQ
TNVITE the attention of-.the People, iu thia
1 Congressional District, .to their .immense
Stock of Hardware just received, consisting of
every article in the Trade used by the most ex
travagant as well as the most economical purch
aser, whether Building Hardware, Mechanics
Tools, Housekeepers artistes, or Fai ming I in
pimento. Jn any ot the above goods, we liae
a larger Stock than any one Store in Mansfield
or -Wooster,' and as it has long since been ac
knowledged by evrry body, that we sell better
goods for the same money, than either Mansfield
or Wooster can do ; all we ask is, that Buyers
will consult their own interest, by making an
examination of our Stock, before purchasing
elsewhere.. All goods sold by us, if not found
as represent ed can oa returned.
Adjoining the Bank.
May 3, 1864. noOtf
BY JOHNS & ALLEN. '
SO dox. Sheep Shears, the only good ones in
town. - U -
freer and Caet Steel Scvtb.ee.
50 dox. Aaaorted kinds, Scythe Snaths. -40
do Hay and straw Forks, best cast steel.
60 do Tuttle's Cast Steel Hoes.
6 do Socket's Cast Steel Hoes, the best ever
20 dox. No.. 1. Hy Rakes.
30 do No. 1. Scythe Rifles:
SO do No. I.Scytb Stones,6 to 9 inches long.
100 dox. Door Locks from 25 cts. to ft, each
ICO do. Door Latches from 10 cts. to 25 cts.
100 do Looae Joint, narrow, wrot at cast Butts.
ltXXJ Gro. Gimlet Point Screws.
300 Gals. Linseed Oil.
100 Kegs Pure White Lead.
100 Boxes assorted sixes Glasa.
600 Lbs. Potty in Bladders.
5000 Lights Sash, all sixes.
Doors. Paint, Brashes, Rash Fasteners. Batch
er's Files (in. any ouanlity,) Spears, Saws, all
kinds Shoemaker's Stock and Tools, all kinds
Saddler'sStock and Tools.
2W Krgs assorted Nails, warranted. -
100 Tons Sweeds and Pittsburgh Iron, icer-
100 Bundles Russia Nail Rod.
. 60 Pair Seat and Carriage Springs,'at Pitts
burgh prices that is so I
' dox. Boring Machines, less than III each.
Tbe above oods with a large variety of
every thing else, must be sold, and persons
wanting Hardware can buy ol us, cheaper and
better gooda than any where else. '
Jllrl IMS at ALL KM.
...Adjoining tbe Bsnk.
May 3, 1854. ' n50tf
E can and will sell Knives and Forks 20
per cent, cheaper than say Hardware
Store in Manafield or Wooater ever did, wnl
or can, if yon doubt it, come and boy some,
that much lower think of this !
. .- JOHNS fc ALLEN.
May 3, '54.-5tf Adjoining the Bank.
Farmers, Read This!!
JO HAS & AII.Ii
Dealers, ixx Hardware Iron eTc Nsxila
Adjoining the Bank.
WILL buy all of the Flax Straw that yo
can raise and deliver to the in during tie
present year,, and pay yon the CAbH lor it.
Short Flax thou Id be pulled from the ground
that,'Aaf is long may be cfttdled? none want
ed in Straw 'before September. - Instructions
regarding the culture and rotting of ux can
be had gratis daring the 6u'm'wer, by calling on
msi .:v,V. JOHNS k ALL.EN; i-
,t '. Adjoining the Bank.
March i 1854.' r n40. tf. .'
THE subscriber agai if e'ppesrs before you,
' giving' yon fair notice of the arrival -!' a
larger atock o l!i' x - i ' "
C2CECpI3S3 8 ;.t.
Than he' has' ever offered t j tlie fair Sons snd
dsughters of old Wayne and surroomling Clluii
tiesy Owing t-oor being in "the Ksslern JOar-,
keu when moat kinds of Goods experienced a
material ' ' ' .
- DECLINE: IN PRICES'! 5: T
We were enabled to buy our goods at" such
Low Prices that we defy any competition, in
the wayof Cheap Goods for Cosh ; ui stock is
comprised of everything in the Dry Goods and
notion line ; also, an assortment of
far Men and Bnya. Also,- the lending articles
of GROCERIES, such as Coffee, Sugar, Tea,
Tobacco, tfC. In all these departments we- can
show you Goods. As lor prices we can beat the
World; and in aaying this we do not wish to be
considered as bragging, but telling you pla n
matter of fact. Look at seme of ur prices
we can show you
Brown Muslin for... .6 cts. per yd.
Blesched do- good 6i '
Kentucky Jeans.. ...... .....20 cts.
Heavy Tick ...........10
Cotton Gloves and Stockings. 06 per pair.
Good Lawoa................6i . per yd.
Delaiaea 10 eta. & upward.
7-4 Table Diaper 18 ' "
Faat Colored Calico 06 "
Silk Lace Veils. 371 ' "
Cotton Batting 10 "
Good Black Silk 50
Tea ....31 .
" Coffee 121 per lb.
" Tobacco chewing. "
Ia all departments of oar stock yea will find
tha above statement of prices corresponding.
Ail we ass; is a look before you buy. I he price
of our Goods is a sure thing for your money. In
Ladies Dress Goods we are all fixed. Lawns,
Herges, Plain Black, Striped, Barred aad
Changeable SilJcs at all prices. Our stocJc of
"7 aires 'em all down." Can sell new style
Gimp Bonnets for 25 cents. . Every body that
comes to Wooster, comes to oar store snd sees
the show of prices and styles. We wont
ehargn you anything to loo. Country Mer
chants supplied with their whole stoc&s at low
prices and fair terms, at our store at the Old
Stand East of the American Hotel.
. M. ALLISON.
May 3d, 1854. ' n-iOlf. .
, IXaUP JKtlED MAX 9,
INilttrjlttlED 31 AY
FACULTT. -"- ' -EG.
FOLSOM, A B., Principal, TeacUer at Practi
cal and Ornauieulal Penmanship.
K. P. GOOUNUGH Superintendent, Prof. or tbe
Theoro and Prac Ice of Uook-Kveping and Lec
turer on - Mercantile Customs, General Laws or
Trade, A counts. j-c.
W. H. tiOLISTJis. Assistant iu Book Keeping- De
GEO. WILEY, THOS. H.
- of the Cleveland Bar.
Hsv.L'H.' KEVIN and J. C.
Lecturers on Political Ecoinr
R. F. HlLMlhT ON. Lecturer on tbe HIstey of Com.
.. mcrce and tbe Art of Couiputalioa. 1
HAY and D. B. PREMLA
Lectuiera on Mercantile
A. C. Bruwnwell.
John U Waring,. -T.
Harmon b, I uapin,'.
Truman P. Heady,
B. H Mather.
John e her man,
It. P. Eels,
T. F. Hay,
John L. Severance
G. W. Safi od. .
TERMS. - ' - - - '
For the Mercantile Course Title unlimited. 940 00
The same Couise for I adiea ,. . Si UU
Twenty Lessons iu Practical Penmanship
atmply. 5 00
For full Course in Flourishing. -die... , 95 00
The Principal of the Institution, guided by the
wanta and expcrieucea of the Mercantile communi
ty aa hrecently secured eume of the ablest men in
tbe State aa lnaiructcrs and Lecturers ia the vs
rious departmenta of tbe College
The fro! of the J-cienee of Accounts, has bad
'Px-ILi' III 1 1 C lIJ'l'IJ CkJC! 1 117' i an experience of eight or nine ycara .11 Gommer
1 UEs XjLilJ 1 Vlt 1 IlCiOOUr ciat Alfaira, alternating hie ume, partly aa Teach
IS kept in full blnat, by the conatant arrjvnl
of Staple and Fancy Goods, from ihe east
ern Manulactoriec, embracing a heentrful
ASSORTMENTS OF BILKS
such aa rich Brocades, Plain's nod Fancy Dress
Silks, Plain aud Rich High Lustrrd Black
Silks, Plaia Mode Colored Merinos, Cashmere
Delaine, Coburgs and ParaniUi. Silk end
Woolen P. aids, Elegantly Rich Printed De
laines, Black and Colored Alpacas, French,
English snd American .
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS!
Dress Trimmings, of every style andvirien;
Shawls of every description; Bonnet and Cap
Ribbons; Tntfitt.l, Satin and Velvet RiUbor.s;
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
Plain and Embroidered Liuei Cambric Hand,
kerchiefs; . Ladies ana Grnllemen'f Gluves,
Cravats, Scarfs, Under Garments, &.c
. AlsoBroad Cloths, all colors and prices;
Sattinetts and Catsimerea - Tweeds und Uri I
ings; Vestings, Satms, HnfTs. Matseillia, 4cc,
In short, every article ia the Gentleman's De
partment. . , ... ,,' . ,
HUUSE-WIFBttY-.'AXD FAMILY GOODS?
Sneh as Linen and Cotton Sheetings ami Shirt
ings,Talle Damasks. Napkins,' Towels, Tow
elings, Cfaslceu, Pinprrs, &c, &c, w hich we
are prepared to se l at as low prcrr as Cin- be
lound in this or any market est of New York
An examination of mv Slock by the public is
fu.ly solicited. ' '
J. Jl. SQUIRE.
N. B. I would call the attention of my
friends and customers to the fact, that I have
removed from the Empire Store to the Old
Fortress nearly opposite. Don't mistake the
Ashland, March Oi, 1854. 45. tf
I er, in the Mercantile Colleges of liucjiiati Pitts
: buigh and t.ieveiaua, anu partly aa su actual hook
I keeper in the best Buatneva House in the Country
j Thee rareiualincatioM, yet so "desirable and so
aeidum touud in our eiercai.tue rcnooia. win en-,
able this College to in part a tuoie thorough
knowledge of the real stiaiotia of Practical and
Theoretical Book-Ktrpmr tha can be had proba
bly ia any similar inttituUpu. in tha U.Ntaiea
The subject of Ooi.iiuRixial Calculations will
have more prominence in this than In moat Insiitu
tioua of the kind, si s a separate chairts to se de'
voted to it besides tbe usual iiii.ubcU.iji given, by.
the tbe Prl. of Accounts. . The modus operand
of Teaching is entirely hew and origiual-puisaed
by -no Mercantile Kcbooi found in n' text b.ok,
and may be justly aud pi pcly sty led " telegraphic
in its nature, si uce it will ah. idge, .the, laborai of
the Accountant, more than one half
Penmanship in addition . 10 .he" ai-uaV methods
puiaued. will be taught new anL o n ri v a! Ul -
teca of f.hirythmoytaiihy. developed by the Princi
pal iu bis extensive ex'iw riei.ee a fiif:tiuct r in the
Pubic Schools of this city aud rtsev heie. 111k
fystem will -prr.ducelhe popular Coriimerciai Hand
of tlieday, in about half. Hie time usually devoted
to that pui pose. : .t.,(i -,.it . ....... r r-
BKANCH COLMIliE," FKAltKLfS,
1 "' :- 'PGKTAGK COUXtY.' - '
CHARLES PECK. J r.. Professor, of the Science of
,.. Acooaut, - n-. 1,
For Full Cbarse, Time unllniiled..-.v. ...i'.'.82S fd
--' The Branch is rntehde to afford the Mliie ad Van -c
tages. for Oounneriai Education -asai Hhe -utaia
College, Cleveland. . . - , . , --.. .
The Institution is under ihe energetic Superin
tendence of Charles Peck, Jr., a rare practical and
JTp Tlie f-ourse ca'n'he corn pie ted in from eight
111 iwrive wreKa.
"IL-" liistruct'u.ri Mn's "sfveu indfvidiiaUyj'Stu
acii 1 s can enter at any lime. -
II r" IHplt n.aeaward. d lit eraduates.
rTbe Principal will leiiderassiftanee to those
who degire employment altul'tliey have graduated
ll r For lurther particulars see rircnlars just is-
sued and the regular catalogues. Send for them by
Cleveland, March SO. 1M4 . -- 45tf
NEW JEWELRY STOKE
GOODFKLLOW has opened in the
ew room, two doors east of Messrs. Ris-
aerfc Kisser's Store, on Main street, 1
Wax tela aniil JegXryrJntetbl ll
where ne will offer every article naually kept
:.Irf lartltl.wW '
tic.J oiiii Jo ;
4 "lt aiw Ltte
T V. CI I. .
Guardian, for and on be
half ol Suaan Slioema-
Amanda' Brown ,' Efijn ri
Brtiwn .Christian Krebsi
Otltera. ..' , . . ' - l.J. . ' . J J .
I ELIJAH BROWN,' Ameniia Brown, Chris
"'i tiair Kreos and" Elf'x.iOeih Krebs".' Barbara
lAuniBalU Ne4o Rl,.'Jee Kwt, Mnry Anii-j
, tl, ,.,ll. Kreusf yrxi rels, JJennetta Kreiis.J
will lake autice.aniai a I'etiiioa was filed against,
them on the, fifteenth day ol Mav, A. D.. IS54,"
in tha Court of Uommoa Plfea.oAsli laed coun
tv1 Ohio, by Jacab.Siioeinakerj Guardian for end
on Iwhail'oi'Sikaan Shoemaker, Mat bias SUji.or.
maker Amanda Jane Sh.-ernaker,. Mary. Klin
Ueito hoemaker'i ami is "ns)W pending, wherein
the Siid J:ieol Sljoeinaker-as socb Gaard.oo, tie -xnands
Partition ol file lollowing' Real. Estate,
to wi t:""twenly-twi acres' of la nd on the south
west Tiiarter of section four in iownaliip tw'en
ly threo,-ol Range sixteen, and Imuni'ed n fol
lows, to wit; on the. 0111II1 line by. the lanrla
of William Uaurbtnan on the east bv the.brrun-
pary line of said quarter, ortfhe south by land
owned by Matthias Krebs, in: his life timet,,
md on the weat. bv tlie boundary line ol said,
quarter section. Also fifty acres of land on 4be
south side jf 'the South wet quarter ol section
number foor, township : twenty-three. Range
-sixteen. Also a lot er parcel of. laod actu
ate mi Troy township, being in tract a umber
t wo of the nineteenth Range of townships, in
the Connecticut Westera -Reserve, and is
known as the a- rttt part of lot number iiity of
Durand's survey of said tract, and .bounded aa
follows ; east, west and north ly the lines of
said lot, and south by a I ne paralefcl to said north
line, snd so faa distant therefrom aa to give l'-e
quantity of sixty-six acres, and eighty-five rods.
Also a tract of , land lying in the township of
Sullivan, in said Ashland Coonty, and being
thirty-one acres, and tweniy-sia 000 hun-v
dredths of aa acre, ia the suutb-west partol lot
number ninety-eight according to the survey
of said township, ' bounded south and west by
the lices of- said lot. or survey, -north by land
conveyed to George Rie&el,' arid. east byjsad
conveyed to Xaver Zashnley, saving and ire
serving the highways, all the Shove mentioned
land, situate and being ip the County of Aali
land and Stale of Ohio. And loot atthe next
ter.ii o the said Court application will be made
by the said Jacob Shoemaker, as Guardian as
aforesaid, for an order that partition maybe
made, of said prem ses.' . if i
, FULTON. t McCOMBS, ,
May l7, '54 -6w5Z - Plr ' jtil'p
'" John Leinard, PlaintifT, 1
vs. - - j
Jessee Rote.Tbomaa-Pbalua. I
i.iuia rneips nts wue. Jesse ., ajoin. aflexxa
Shoemaker, KHzabeih Khue. "
maker bis wife, Kaucy. J. I .. ,
Hole and other, Dell's.- J. . " , '
JiSslS-ftote,' Thomas Phelps. '.T.ldia Phelps ' bis
wile, Jessee -Mioe.na rer. Klisaetlr Six maimer
bia wii'e, and ftaocy J. lo.te, Mary Hole, Johit l.'oie
Peter Rote, Lewis Role.-Jacob Kote. Hulhei t Itole
aud Margaret Kote minor heirs of Peier Koie.-de-
ceased, ai d heiraal law of Jeremiah Ki.te, deceased.-will
take notice, that a Petition -vrs filed
agaiust them on the loth day May A. l of, li.M.
iu the Cleik's Office of the Court of t orn moil Plru
of. Ashland tounty., Ohio. by. the 1 Ptipiff John
;;n5(a iter tilUds si avisU
I .in. .1 .... I 1 .. ,.ha . ., ,- H..I .... L.
- 1 fe ' M'.U, III,. .III . M . .'-.-
day of March in the year eighteen r.i.udred ai-d fifty
three, Hlaiiitilf eutered .nto a written oni'ect
with Jeremiah Kote. hy wliiciiPlaiatilf avr.l t
Sell to said Jeremiah Hole, the f.. tin wins described:
tract of land situate in tbe Tcwnsliip of Surlivn,
County ofAltland and Slate of. Ohio, apd boundei
aa f iltows, to it t--BeBijc tbd nirth Daft tif lot
number eighty) Hi) bounded xoulb by laud o-ed,-j
bIFrederick ffauseuiaii. west bv Land ow'tiriL. bv !
Siuieeu Lbng north by lot iiuium'e.orty-one; 6 iu.4
cuusiueraiiou lor wiicn,.iike aiu Jeresilauript.
a;r.ed wit- Mai h'ti IT to but Id for bim a gocdaniT
cumfouable welliiis. Mouse.- aiict toi .keep'iiiil
niaiutaiii. Plaiutin- and .w ile iu all things during 1
lliery natural -lives; that Plalhtilf deeded by a g6od
.WAraiitee;deed,,ilie.atb(ive.;dt.sciibcd landi to; aaid'
Jeiemiah'Kote; that Raid Rote, entered iul.i pus.sea-
sion of said premises; h slim lfry after tHed,-and I
BACON'S AIEiiiUKTILE COLLEGE
XOttTlI-WEST COKXEtt SIXTH AXD VVALXUT.
1 EH SONS deitrous of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
FLAX WANTED, i
X., I30VSb OoM
TROTf, NEW YORK fc ANDtiVER MASS.,
WILL pay the highest market pries fnrlOO,
cTx " " pounds of rood clean Flax: deliv
ered at the Hardware Store of their agents la Aah-
-laud. . . . . 1 ; JOHJNS ox ALLEN, -.
Ashland, Jan. IP. 1854. nas tf.
ia auch establishments, at very low rates
Among his stock may be found Ciuld aud
stit-vcr Matches, of every description, va
riety aad quality. Pins, Ladies' Gold Broach
es, Grape, Enameled, Cluster, Knot, Cuff sad
ScarrPias. . .
K R DROPS, HOOKS AMD RINGS.
Geld Ringa, Lockets, Pencils, Gold, Chains,
Bagley' cold pens and Holders, large as
rTable and Tea Spoons of pare silver, Ger
man Silver and plated poons, Butter Knives,
Saltand Sugar Shovels, Silvei Forks, sc., Ice.
Pooltot O ixtlory, . ,
of every description, from the best American
and English establishments. Also Needl-a,
Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket.Combs, and
Pocket Books, Violin and Guitar Strings.
Goggles, Eye Shadea, Compasses
and Acordeons. Eight Day aad Twenty-four
Hour Brass Clocks, in the meat splendid Pa
pier Machea, Rose Wood and Mahoganv case-.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
Cleaned and repaired, aud work wairai.ted.
Old Gold and Silver bought at the highest
price. 1 invite the public to examine my Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
1. R. titiuur-tLLOW.
Ashland, Dee. 31, 1853. n31 tf. "
HTcmLDS & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE taAUEIIOTJatE, '
Nos. 133 c,' 135 Wood st., Pittsburgh,
HAVE just received their extensive Spring
Stock,, consisting of npwsrda ol thirty
five hundred eases ot BOOTS, SHOES, HAT,
CAPS AND BONNETS, all of the lateat
styles and fashions, among whici .are:
LADIES AND MISSES1 Bronxe Kossaths,
Purple Porodies, Cinderella Simpers, Suntags
and Urekas, Buskins and Gaiters, Albon and
Parts Ties.. 1' , .- r r
MEN AND BOYS' Enameled Nul liners; Kid
Glove Button Boots, Drab Congress do, Ox
ford and Union-Ties: Calf and Kip Boots,
Coarse and Fine Brnpane. .
PALM LE HATS, Leghorn and Straw
Hats-. Far and . W. ol Hals, Cloth and GUxed .
Caps, Plush and Velvet Caps, Children's Shoes.,
Infant's colored Knots. -
LADIES' BONNETS Fancy French Late,
Snake kin Plait. Eb'd Fancy Belcradea, Gos-
amer Lace, and Leghorn Straw, Florence with j
Capea. ... , . ; , . , ' : '. -' '
.Together wuna, variety ji raucy lauoua,
we I adapted to the approaching season. Our
Stock having been purchased direct Irom Ihe
Mauulacturers, principally lor cxslt, with great
care m.T.luo eJenuon mi quauty. ana sixes,
sdapted to the Western trade, we are enabled
to offer superior inducements 'ibis Spring,
and are determined aot to be noriersnld by
snyregolar house, either in New York, Phila
delphia, ot Baltimore, Merchants . visi' ing !
oor city will please call aud, examine for.
ihemselveat . . - -..i - ''
Particular attention given to orders.;
- 3m46. ' J H. CHILDS CO. ;
greatly to their advantage to call pn tbe un
dersigned, before engaging ersewhere,as he is
prepared to demonstrate, fully, that his accom-
Cy4.xMMiMrons-rarsiuaeui. the comprenensiveness
Wl ...17 I..U.3U VI IHIIUI.IIVII, ,HU JMIIII&lV IVI
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
lainiog them, are unsurpassed, (aa it is be
lieved, unequaltd,) by suy similar institu
tion in the United States.
In addition to the regulareoorse of instruc-
tla, there will be a
. SERIES OF LECTURES
on topics of great importance in a commer
cial point ot view, delivered by Hon: Bellamy
Storer, E. D. Mansfield, Esq.. Rev. Samuel
W. Fiaber, Henry C. L. rJ, Esq., Prof. Cbaa
W. Wright, and other eminent Lecturers and
Business men. These lectures l eii.a- a new aad
important feature not introduced in any of the
other Mercantile Colleges. .
Notwithstanding the great expense atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
turers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
will remain as heretofore, via s
For a full course of instruction in D E
Book-Keeping, Writinr, Commercial
Calculation. Lectures, Ac $40 TM)
Writing (oaly per months 6 00
- Just Received.
c 1 Kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder, for sale
f-) V J en Cemmissioa at mill pricea, by
JOHNS It ALLEN,
Adjoining the Baak.
Barnfaill's Par ten I Corn Planter, man
ufactured bv McBrixbt & Co.. Cleveuuid. J.
A aupply for thia county avill be found jsx jthe.aeen
cy of . JOfiS x ALLKN.
1 uec. g, 3attj aajoining me nana.
Grlffeth 4c Carverst Concave Kteel Culti
vator Xeelji for aale Wholesale and Retail at
theaieucyo . JOHK8 k ALLKIt.
I use . ne, aatt j eajoimns tne nana.
Frsankllxi s?lr IxsaaiFaiKiee Ce)ssipsxaisrf
Ssratera, Drew York. Capital auv.ooo. fa-
sore property oa terms as liberal as any ether
first class reapoaaible company. Applicatione re
ceived by our Agent. -
Uec. SB, 32U T. JOHlia.
Office in Johns at Allen's Hardware Store, ad-
oining Xbs flaalt. - .
NOTICE rO TAX FxIERS.
0 MOtJEV will hereafter be received ot
Taxes by me ether than Gold aad Silver
ad the Bills of Solvent OHIO Banks. This
is by order of ihe State Treasurer.
J TV . SUIV,
" 1 7Vsrr of Ashland Co.
- r j SWAN'S iiEViSEU
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with refereueesto
prior laws, in one large Octavo Valium
Faoa nt JoBOia or jff pvxta Ccoar..
' 1 he undersigned baye examined Swan's Rer
vised Statstea joHHivi, for 1S$4. This volume
contains a compilajon of the Statuses of Onto
in force on the first of January, 1864. The de
sign aad arrangement of tbejook are good,
ad carried out with grea jid accuracy i
and we tbiak the work of great .utility, and re
flects much credit upon the Compiler and Pub
lisher. " " " ' ,
R.P RANNEJf, A.G. THURMAN,
T. W. BAMTLSY, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The nnderaignad having examined Swan's
Statutes, .coAOur U cue above piaon.
Aiat. AAty. 0. ft. Court, Diet, of Ohio.
! " GEO. W. McCOOK,
Atty. Gea. of State of Ohio.
It will be fod aa iadispeasable band-boo k
teevory ustief the Peace aad ConaUble.aa
we.l as every Lawyer or public officer. Tlve
be wall be seat free of charge to any oa AO
race rot of-(5.
Addssjaa B. C.TICKNOR at CO.,
Law Boek sellers. Maasfield, Ohia.
.. ... . c.
At a meeting of tbe Graduating Class or Bacon's
the Mercantile College, held in the Lecture Room
of College edifice. Friday. I lib March, il 85:1, J. 6.
Baker was appoiuted chairman, and Weston Ar
nold, Secretary. Un motion; a committee of five,
composed ol H J. Bowman, J. 8. Baker, K. J.
Porsvlh. T. O. Sawyer aud Geo. Kicbol. was .ap
pointed to report reaoiutiona cxpreaaiva of tbe
high opinion entertained by the class, of the mer
its of this Institution, and cf the character aud
quaiiticailona of tbe Principal and bis Assistants.
V hereupon, tbe committee reported the follow
ing preamble and resolutions, which were unaui
mously adopted: .
Wmiiai. We. tbe members of the Graduat
ing Cla of K. S. Bacon, Mercantile Cul lege, being
about to separate, desire to give expressiou to our
feelings of respect for our esteemed Instructor, aLd
bis corps of ahle anaistauts.. Therefore. 1
Refined, That the tliauks of tbe class are due
to our said instructors for the uniform k inducts of
their deportment towaid us while in this Institu
tion at the same time the thoroughness of their
instructions has entitled taeui to -our. highest re
spect aud confidence. ... .. , .
Received, '1 hat we recommend to thia Instititu
tion to all who may desire to acquire a commer
cial education, as affording Uia greatest faoililita
lor auch acquisitiou. ;
Rttmlved, That we as a class, affix ur names
tu tliebe proceed! nes. and that a vopy of-them be
delivered to U.S. bacon, aud that tbey he published
Wm. W. Snyder.
A. Paddock j -
, Daniei Bjweo,
, a. field.
iu the city-papera;
H. A. Buwniau, . Blick,
Isaac Bauhmaq, J S.Baker.
P. Carroll,-' ft. J. Foisytt;
-GOurge Xichol, - G. H. -Hughe,
Jaines Thompson, H. 1). Kygcr,
W. 1'. Koniuaoii. treoiet Harvie
' BivoK'B MKReiiiTii.K l'oLLKoK. I lie eyanrlna
tiou of the student's ia Book. Keeping; exhibite a
degiee ol proficieucy ou their part htshly. ciedit
able to themselves and Mr. Bacon, Oieir llieti'tit
tor. 'Ihe most difficult probtemeio liuabte -Kntry
were as rapidly solved as tha .nioel siMiple.iviug
ample prool to ihe audience that the inforuialion
imparled during i he session would he of practical
benefit." C.'ctli EnyuireroJ Mart 12ta, J85?.
: The vacious cumplex qucslijas proposed by toe
Priucipal aud other geimeuieu pic-eut, were an
sweied with great promptitude and concis :iiess,
which reflects great credit upon the course cf study
.pursued at till liistilutiun."-;sit Xoj.GieXa.
"Alr.Bacon is uiaival led ia. a.teafhei,. - A di
ploma from Uiis Collegein Cincinnati, ia required
as a Snseev in obtaining sHuations hi the best
Mexcautile Uiuises iu laige ui tie s.''rr-Csii'c as
Jlwcitxl Mclr,pliM MaftRtk, iSJ3. ... .,
Mr Bacon has couttiucied the i-pper portion or
his building expressly for the ptifposes of In col
lege, and without any doubt, il ,i ihe-most iooai
plete arrangement cf tiiekiud in the., y. JBLaJLes."
Cicin'li Oazelte, jyyv. 8.
This whole Insi iiut ion is undoubtedly the most
elegant and finished esiabliKbiu.enl, for tha pur
poses in the w Id." sirer.. .,v . , -. . . . .
Feb.. 'Sf. W4. A-". 'A-
Or Great Western Hair Restorative
W I- nromntea he erowlh. softens, makes per-
1 maoem. and-resV -.-ee t he natural color of
the hair. It givesb.eai1h to.he skin and to the
s-lands which form the hair t removes all
Scurf, Dandruff, Eruptions sad feverish-.Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hair, prevents bold
ne-s, aad even causes a lull grow to where the
hair baa fallen off. il eont.iioe no coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful, changes in the
condition ot tho hair, by giving heslth to'
the skin of the head, and glands which form
the stair. - " ' - ' .-' - :
Price 60 cts. per bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
HIGH WARDEN, Aahlaad, Ashlad county,
Ohio. ; .. .. .,
January, llih. 1853. . of
oisaia fetnioititnatsatd coi.tiact alid deed may
ae aetiasiue, ana taal r-iamnn : navel judgment f .
the recovery of said land, and the said Jcsee,Wole
Tbomafc Phelps.'Lldfa Pheipsbie'wUe,' Jessee Sf.oe
maker, and -Klr.abeth -ribjoeniakeT fti .'-vvtfe. -
hereby notified that unles they appear,-answer
or demur tothe said -Pern ton hy the 15ih day of
P.tition witl be taken as true', a'ud judgmeiit render
ed thereon accoidine.ty;i
. . . XIAAX fc-P9JiTR, PlfrsAtltfe.
May 24,1PM. ' - V, " sl '
heir preaa room, cured ol' vio
I.!.-. r.-..n. nnrb Tm,. h..lll..M .it
Mriale niadea pes fcnl.cateof ihifJ7 naV fji Kdi-
o.s, in apuoitc notice, a.iy iney -ciieei i .tiyrrcom.
meuj it Ui on wharireklilwejhnjIAairy diieaas! o
ll.ell"od." .... t
tiTU-ti uxonrn ir Kjnsi .ra?Bu.-i ri y
valuable boy. cured ol hcrofulaJiy t'artcj' pan
it4 MiJCiuro. 1 KChSstuer ItVliwri vambklstndi-
Ja.ues At. J aylor, t ouuucior iou tue rt. r. 1
ti li-.r- .M.rtll.iiiW.A'ali
r.t 1.1 r.i'.w - r 1 r..-i,..- 1
:i'i t.-t i
.11 OF 'U VK.lt:SST.V.MIIsC
JdiiM 'riro-rnn.eiifl..nn tlFe,ii
iii.hr). vai;iircU l.y.;htf;o bouies-ur jLarterfs span
ish'.tli.viure. '.- "It Kheiim whidbhebaa deiirfyso
years sod " hick all; the nUaf iciaini o.f tlie . .ity
cuutd ual Cut. .vti.ThJm'iisi'.n a tVeirmtowa
me.vhi-i.iu ijlu: fcilyi. t.a-LCkiulJiid'X'a., ,a4;is
cine is 111U1.L 1 cm, i ..ic.
Tiiat. aub legal .(aepruejitatiyra or satd f eienitaU4 , vv .AlTra.a s. 'pi Hthnorrd.liad-a sevvint
Kofe, have- irfiisid to carry .out the said saree 1 curej of Svpl.ilis. iu the worst fo'i 111, by Carter's
W"L 'm"l 'r Into ihetwees Pla.oiilL ..w, Mijcmrs, Jfka sa r(ciieifsHyiee4in
and said Kute.a aforesaid The ohieut kid main' I ..."..1. . i.; , . .. i,.i.i.i.i .i,ri..
f Hnskel, Y
P,. . 1 2.;.i!
r.ison.:e si., jl ':
In Ashland ;
-' ' ' r.
)iiUM;4iM to the. .cemaiaaa, ol as eiaet
I tj"n duly issued Q om the Coort of Com
mon Pleas in til above "case to me directed', I
will expose to public sale ut 'the door ef 'flie.
Cpurtli)iise in said county, on-.,; ( ..i
Monday, July. 10tby.Srl..:Z).'i 1854 '
between lli hours of 10. o'clock. At. M V snd
4 orclock,: P. .of ajid day the fa.llowin..
tieseribed real estate;-' situate in said' Anhland
ceuaiy and Siair r Ohioi:to wit: 'Block nem-
Lber two, contain ing lots number nioeten Mid
eleven, in Wales addition to the town oftLuo-
rlonville and generally known as Ihe Loi'don--!
V'tle Academy Lots, Appraised at one tho .
Kind and- twenty-five dol ors iTerms of Sale
cash., ,. 1 . J- D. JrvNriS: Sheriff,
June 7, '5.-k?I'. p'SS 75
Christian Country roan,- ... f , - , .. - ;
Davfa Countryman Mo- lit Partition.
Sanaa Conalrymaa, Ja- j .- . - . ' . i -:::
cob Counlrymao, rt.al J i . !
TV AVIQ COUNTRYMAN Jacob Conntry
I map. and LvdU. .hi wife. Peter Country
m.iii, and Mary his'wife John Countryman,,
Abraham: Gardner and Mary t is wile. Oeorge
Countryman, Joseph Countrymen, Isaac Coun
try man", Alexander Conutrtmaa, he.rs at law
of Peter Countryman. d caaed, and Rosaaaa
-Countryman, the widow of said Peter Country
man, wilt tae notice teat a petition was nieo
against them un the t- ird day ol May, A. 1.
1S54, in the Court of Comm n Pteaa of Asb-lnd-
county, Ohio, by Christian Countryman,
and is now pending, wherein the aaid Chris
tian Countryman demands partition of she fol .
towing Reaf Estate, to wit: ' The nurth-wes "
quarter of section nombertwenty, in towesbi .
number twenty two, 10 . Kairge oumner nuee
sitiiate .and being in the townahip of Pcrry ,n
the county of Aehiaod and State of Ohio- A
that at the next 'Icrsa l said ' ori,-ppica-tion
. wiH be made by tbe. said Christian C0011
tryman . for an order, thatpa.rtilion,, may be
made 01 aaid premises.
' '" FULT"N fc McCOMBS, Pfffs 'Attys.
May 3d. 1T4. - ' . - b61
PETITION FOB DIVOIICE. '
Elisabeth Paltnn; Pff. l J ! ; " i
; ra - ' lni Alilatif CA)mmoii
Abep.ntoa, Deft.;-; J. 4. . , .. ; Plea., n
ABEL PATTON wiif late notice that the un
dersigned, on the 2J ' day of May, A. B.
18o4, fiedin the Ccrfc's offiee of the Con'rt l
common pleas of Ashiind county O j h.T peti
Jlion praying for Divorce and Amsy . fr'm. the
defendant Abe Potter, aetlinir- fiinll as causes
for nravinir-for said divorce.' .1st. wiHluf nb -
eehse for-1 more-han-' three y-?arsV 8nd; gross
nee-frct of dntvTor a- like Iperiod .nfotpra than
three, veara also .hvihatuaf drunAceii ness . for-
more tban three years. 'That'eaid petition' is
now pending in saixiouTrT and that said Pain
IxtTmill npplfi at the ,'wext regear term. ol said
Court Jor the reftel prayed . 101. in saia peuirwu,
and for other aiid'.proper refief . ,
i'...'.'i Kf.I B KTH PATTO.i4Vtf.i
-1 T: lV .Kt.LOO iti.i.io-Cy'hiT-Ay'Sil
nssioncr of the tevenue.
ecls of Ck
tVt jAt' s . u i h
; cairf aud says
Kt.'ii ard K vv icsT. of i.rchniiisii r-a-ic4 of
Scrofula, and what Hhysiciaiia Called conliruira
consumption, by thret BUlftes" crarterj Si.aniab
aflvtbtd.:.!.-; .1 id j.. iD.j-l i.fid
C-OIN BCRTOIt, c
JMixthi nr'a' lit.
it ia nei-feel cure for lht norrible disease.
- a. G. Ha.Rnponr'or.'icbiitepd, cured f Old
Sores i. d" Cleers.'wUlch Wtkied -Hfrn frotif -walk
jns- 'lok a IcwnUieji of. Caler'a-pauisli "lljx
.re. a ri if tra eriabli d to walk' ivUUodt a'trutth,
iur.a slioit.tinie'paraiaiieiiHsc.cijjed.,1. , j;
"Principal llepoi at'M . iko Close dt Co., Ko.
83, 4idei'. Lane, riw V,Oi Ri,, , ii-k ".it
" T. W. JJvott i Sona," No. 1S2, Korth 2d Street.
Pbiladelpliia. -iit i!L,:-t ii- 3t '
Beskxtt & Bixss, No. 125, Main St.: hicliiuODa,
Tj.ltiAlW I..;CiI'r a -a uJlf C0V:J
ud for aale oy K. H, Cituaa, A fill and. p. 8. ff e,
A-Co, Nava.Hin:. Jvvaiusuae, Hsyesville. J. Horr
ion, Jemmevillc, Ahbikiiix& Kuwlii. Loudoil-
He'aiis Healer, iu iMeulcuies eueiy where-.
Ja,i. 18, 'St..
K nardl-tari''Saic tofitestl ' JEatskii i"
W I L L'-'oHe? lor : -sale ' a t po hi ic".fc'ry.;' st ti
.the door of the Cosra. House ia iWooarer,
WiinCuiify. tljiio.; ost.tlie 24 lb; (Uyienty-
fourthdiv of June, 1S54, between the hours
of teif JXi'rock, A.. Mi.'aud fbMr,,'cIocl,: P.
M. ol'. said day, tlid lb" low iag descried-prophr-
ly; to wit : tlo undivijIeuVa,!,., 0I...4 piiirt oVIhe
soulli-t-rr-i quarlcr of Sejciion-. oginbei . twenty
six, - 'in ' Town snip no mer - lcdty-one,
21X w 'Ranger number tilleen; flo) eont.i"Bing
one Iburlh.il aoj. acrflf oil whicn i..lttAei
dwslling houe. anijbeift. -tbe. same preioisei
of .v.'tii-h'.irah Tyler, oi Asliland C.iunty,did ,
seiadd.:an'tl'eln!! sileate ii ille 1 Towns Ih-of
Aluhecaa-, As .land iconai :4Jltio. . f run 01-
Sa.le-7 oue -liiird Cash ia..haiid, une third in one
vear and one third, in f iBo'y.eira i-oni tlieSlay
ofsale with finerest'J'i-ojrn bhe xou-irmation'o
sale--! '.is '- --. ;-i: " -''. i: w: '
, .... JOHN MYERS,, .
Amr of Martin M.ller.
McSwttiiEt & Jokes, Atlyks for tinardian.
THF. GREAt fjRIKI Kr' OF tHE BE(5Sd,
NOT A I'AKT-ICJjGOF M E'C V R Y
: Kheunialisiii, obliuaic Culaoeoua, ruptionr
Pimples or Pusty'e's on 'the' Face' Blotches, Bc.ila,
Ch roinc-Sura - fcy-ca.- l;i as v opm. er irstun-jadald
Head. Knlargemeiii and t ain of llie Bona ,aiid
Joints',' Stubborn' Ulcers,' SyphititlC Biso'rders,
Luinhago, .kpiual CnHiaiavf.vMid'sll-.disiaiea.
arising from an injudicious u-,e .or Mercury. Jm
pi'udeu'c'e in Life, or Impurity eT tlie'KloOd.
1'his valuable. aLediciaet.wuicasibms beosmeaujle
nrated for the number of extraordinary . ci-rea, ef
fected lhfoon' If agency; bas1 hidticetf 'the' pro
piletara,at ihe urgent request art tliairi fl jouds; ts
o.Ter it to tlie pu .lic, wliica tbey do with the. ut
most tonfideiice fn its virtues and -n bti'ilerfuf cura
tive properties. . Tlie.follewing usrWhCalea, select
ed from a large number, are. however, stronger
testimony than the mere word of the proprietors :
and are all rrom penueroenwell kuewn an-their
localities; and1 or the WgheafTespeetaWliVy.Vnauy
of them residing in tbe cM l'riiakroelfVa.
F. Bovdcm, tsq.. of the Exchange Hotel. Rich--mond,
known every where, says he baa seen the
stedicias called Carter's Suaoiuh lUirtvr .adsiin is
le red in over a hundred casca.in neeiiv all the die
eases for which U is rtconinieuQe,'wflh tbe meet
astonisliiugty good rsult. ie,yiv.uiils naost f
sxliaoidinary medicine he haseverseen. .r
' AorniiD Fim-Gar-r ttt)s.' 1 hereb f eeVtl r
fy. that for three years 1 had Ague and Fever cf,thl
meet violent description, l'had several Pbyalc -'
aua, look large quautitiaa of Quinine erctwrr,,
and I believe all Uia Tonica adveniaed, but..all
n'lhout any permanent lelief 1 At' laat 1 'fried -Car
ter'a Spaniah Mixtuie. two bottles of which, c fleet
est! y cured me, and t am bappy-to say f have bad
neither Chills sr Peversiacc..-1 .iosisider.lt-the best
Tonic iu tha world, and lb only, iucdicina that
sver reached any cess., is :s. i .'- .M.i mil
., . JOHNiQIxGTN.
Beaverate'; near'Rickhnibbd, Ta. '
. B. Lu a fcq., now in the ciiywf iSicJ'rsond,
and for jnauy jeaxs iq His PoeLOfrioe, basque h con
tiilence ia tlie astoniliio "efficacy A '-Carter's
Spanish MrxtirY-C, that he hislibugtit Bp-waVaa of SO
bvutesv which hJia givemaway Je Uia . anlicaed .
Mr. Luck aays he has never knu.wjn It to tail whan
taken according to diixitious". '
Dr. Musi, a praciicing r'byaiciask.'asnioBSBerly
of the Jity Hotel,- ia the city of Kicbiuond. says
he ha witnessed in a .nuii'titr ol instances ths
elTccts ol a. ter'a SpatfiaU Bt.xtuie which wers
moat.troly urprisiug. .fie. sayiu-'X case. bfTCoo
;sirmption, dependent u te LWer the two? Vftecta
.were wuuderfut indeed. . , j
Samuel M DmnxaR, of tha firm or nriritter at
SI ..Tils; Kiobmond, was eurauVof Llvevomrddlnt
of 8 years slandins.i by Ibjuse J twabpujfs. of
Cartel's Spanish ilixlur-ei t"
I G ur aRK-ar frkatevnta.wrw BalteTaiefxhe
Ki.nmonu r.epuoiican nau a seivniij, employee, is
oieut m:roiuia. cunt
asaat.i Si lakjed
HI I t-i I-I'eUllrn
is; Ha iten-' is tats s raiiwors
how manv a Droinisin? vuiiiiq- maji. who:, mijzh
Irwin the et lj.-! it. l.. .4i .!
Striui.vres ol ihe.ur;ii;i jire.tajiuJ y rem
bv the nnn ia tiii .t a i;f.. tliaKapa-u'ic
3ent, used" Ohl oVDr.' K'." Ife.iwweira o
i onstiit nrrmi det'itif'jfiUMi-Hj' cv3 and 'Jut I
vigor ri-ntored. ..;ut itui.uail .ii wwii
:, Coqutrw Invalids rait, have; .V."al'n. l,'r
case'ejtil.citil', t'Ogr'ifii f Vrtli iifl, ' tlifir mp-7
(virnsv ier- etWenVloSMejr' a-'-mtmMWelep-Aj.
1-14. s jnerlic.oe arir.optiated.noAailrnglisi-
May 24. 18o4.
COFFiW, . ;ti
ALA5S05 -WALKER announcea to .the public
that he ia now prepared to make coffins on
tbe shortest notice, at prices sauoh leas tua abay
sis made at any other ahop ia Aahlaad. He ca.a be
teuad at Krickbaam'a ol Shop, 3d at,, Ashlasd.
Hay.TU, IBM. 4! a Jf
A dminittratons ' Mot Ice.Noace is
-iV hereby aiven that the undersigned fcas.-beeu
duly appointed Adininistraii'.x.of the e 5. tale of Jos.
Cray deceased.' All pet sons ixdebie'd to said es
tate are reautred to make jnimediete peyie-nt, and
those having claims against thesattie ai-e required
to pre sen 1 them for pay me. t within nne year le
gally proveu. MAKGAKKT GREY. Adm'x.
June 7. 18", t. "yft . ' .'.' .
A dministraters Notice.
tMiiaJiv fives .thai, llur liuderaiC4ird has been
aulvannointedand oi'iliried as AUmluistrator of
Die estate bx Alary Braadf. late of Perry towDSbJp,
Ashland cCHiai.ydeceaxesi. - 'L'": ' '
,. UBS VAN NEST, 4mr.
n.be7, "54. '.'-' " , "--aw8.;' -;' " ' ' '
Benjantlra Brikirt'si EjStaU.
NOTICE ia hereby giyn,tatAneajihMribe.ra
have been appoiate aad .qualified, m
admiuistra ors oa Ihe estate of Ben; ima Btftek.,
I- bz .'to: -:-"- iijmv-XeHSl
Jane 14, 18645 ',ci'-'j'"i--i ,7-Hr j.'.37 .
tpbi..delphia Alcdnai Mimi-5 'KstaoifrfborfSd
yeara ago, by Dr; IjlJ KKJUIN;porne.r ol.ThjrH
and'LTu.nn ' streets, betiveea Sprtice' Pine,
PbHadelphia,Pa.O jiii'.icr-.tlii i , m-.-j
Invalids are apprised that Dr. Kinclia . con
fines his practice to a particular liranch 61 med.
icine which, eiingrs Ilia untJividrU atie-ntn
He cations the uulbrtuii'ate against the 'abuse
of mercery j llioaamila ireaauualiy meraurjal-
ixed out ol l ie.. Keoent aiiecuous are prompt
ly extingoisedi Tirenty' years mf.perienre,
in the treatment ofa class ,cf 4iaeasca h.Ui.rto
heglected aud imperlecl.y. understood, nas en
abled Dr ICinkvilift, (Aotlror arfaf awv'ot M"II
I'rescrvatjoe,) t0) jprove lliat oine-ieiithajof the
causes of nervous dcbifi y, local and constitu
tional 'weakness-, mental .and physical suffer
ing, are traceable to critam lialiiia, forrpiDg the
moat secret yet 'deadly' snd filial' Sir.mja of
domestic Uerv- anu. premature jrror4ll J.I
Take Pai ticutar Notice. Tlieue ian evil ha
bit eometimes'induhg'ej- inisy Irtiys, in'vdlrrtjfle,
often Jiwliig up. wiUt tUemto.w nhood, oi
which, if not relurmed in due time, 1t not Only
begets serious oibstacres to'matrvmotriarrliaf i
ness. but gives rise to-a seriea.of protract, d ,
insidiious and devastating sffeclTons. Few ol
those :who eive war to tliia . rrerniss. pi ac-
lice are aware of the consequences, until they.
- i ... a ' j 1 1 hi-.-r-
Una tne nervous system iirfiieicv, iti .iu 5 -
and unaccountlo.fepliBgsjAsd.. Vague. feats
in the mind. . ., , , - n ;
The unfbrtuitate; fliesi' affected 'bectemea'fee
bleis uvi.bl to, tabsf witjh, seeuatpmeej "vigor,
or tn -pply his mind to study ; "(lis step is tar
dy and ;weak, Ah u dull,' irrskhloie,-sod len
gages in hist port with .1 ess wergy .tha a, usujil.
lfhe emancipate Winiserr t.elore the pmc
haa dqne its jworaj, sail Bn r-nitrinrf.nii,l liis
marriage is un!ruitluvand bia seuse'trla hiui that
thisiicabsedby-bis fbtiiesaVty.Thes are bnn
siderations whlcb sjmuJU awaken ,llije tluelrlton
of tboee similarly situated.
. Marriage Iretjh trsil lie- Mi I SI hr eWCOT m vera I
conOiVioiis, in. srderaUat it.,mavle re.al.ljj.ihe
cause or'mutuai' happineaa Cutdii! t veil
which covers tlie origin ol dotnrajtic iwveccbed
nessbe raised, and its jLrue .sojicein every in,
etancV dixcltised iti b'w"-mari"couId jt be
traced ta,.pNyilaf4nisaHalifc(tio;p afti( their
atteTidapt disapp.oinlmeiiu! Appl; then while
iai yeinie,tin lrliBt ttt hatlpTytJr'' Ansdeng
'vu'ur' ca'ae' knowh to one v"ho, 1'roin eoucanon
au lrsj)ctaltliiJvi-oan.BctaSftJ ve; teviwilied
. nil strengthened 'u 3rt ' '
Rnn ier that' lie who place hfmiefrun- " ..
confided in Ins Iti nur as a. gentleman, and rfly
yf'i.inre. hT theeces'VH?K .'a
iati. ets Jvi.i-'i.oief f)e..yst1ad.t veU ftiio ',
Youug man let no laiae moiiraij ueiw jyf
fr iui eilucation snd rcspectibilys .an Prtinr.
-Iv b,elr,ei.d rf'!--'J':- "' w
Too many think tbey wl,c1r$iel.rieeecret1-
their own h' arts, .anif "cure themselveSiJ
AJ.utt haw .alien is Ibis s RfnltdrNJisieus-- ssd
have l.?n an o.nanientto society, hat f.'ded
Korw-irtledjlu nnyf.par1'yi,ihe l.'tcii iatrj
and paefced" secure Irom DAM AG E er 'CO-RIOS--.
: 1 ' 1.'- ;' ; ""- -
rtk.ad Manjlg-a mfffnr f-'L era Jresse
'rare r)thhKii,ket;n aa . Set- Prettrpalie Only
3eMii ft ui ,UiM!.C: ' "'-"''
It ia a twkremineotly fequireiU as a raeqa
ef reforming, the yicea of t.lie. ge.in . which Ja
live." Also, , . r
...it u. 4-o3 -ssvamt v'i
With riles fee the Folek" : Life, Jilt' jWs
iJ.-iijiia r..,r",.lw;..!o vj.M-t--AJellr
wkh a.reipiUa'nte, or, S iPrJ,lot
hm value in poit stamps'.' 4i1oVrcea to Df. R.n
etin. Plnlsdetiihia: Pirii-w II 'eriie'-a-ea.p. ol
eilber of the above, J"kvky return anal f or
l2copiea, well l,e sent free ot posiagelor.
Bookaeliera,'t-'a'ivafsers,' .TisvelHoa." Agents,
tcc.yauppled wholesale sttlie'piibirsh'er's'ri
rn. which, odnaiti rf a large .1 rofit , efr.All
letters mu4 be poPi'.n.ii J .'l-i.-'jiil
- March Zino. 1-0 . . !.'"'
,a, iiiif your, Afcli!
ASHES Wf&i by jUie Bbscriber,1 at bia
Ashey in Aahland, for which the high esj
market prtce will oe paio ia goous.
;hi.- iti-'il-i.'t i'T- Cw-BUSHNXLLl
sjub'er2fjt)?ft3j b3zti4 ie'ir?
: - .