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REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
,ti:.'.- Cf die rtll lTP f3li.
WILLI A.-.) V. i'JiCK, cf SciotflT-."
TY1TUATI V. Till ALL; rf Frtuk!iti.
A"ir,rr firneml, '" '
- ni;i:Tornr.i; r." wolcott,
' vf Somaiii I
Jra.Ur of fiortf el Futile frorVa, '
" JOHN L. MARTIN, of Putkr; '
. KrWAPff or Istipeutv --That Uicto is God
, in llenTCD wba rtilvg in t)ie affairs tif mm iuat
!.rtcj by every dy e.vporH tiro. Tiro facts Bra
s fbown in mumicr ami effect of de
puting l!)- pin. fiumtimi of evit, and of making
''tiice Machinations tbo very iwrnts tf circmn
vcniiiig their own en-Is, as m any tta light in
fhiih wc f no view lin To the common ob-'ip,crvci-,
uoiiiing aiipma plainer than tliisw Take
Tor Instance the di.tci mined aud reteni)e83 atro
.i:io8 of the Kansna conspiracy. The cud, that
f fiiptr-nirg slavery upon that territory, wag
cnclst witli ruth madiionn, that the thing over
.loaj'od itself, and proved the moat efficient means
o! its own defcat. The result is, the cause of
freedom occupies a much bettor aud firmer po
fit ion this moment, than couM Iimtb bwn hoped
"for, if more lUwjrcel anil modrrate means had
tet:n rcVred npon. Th effect of the eoOnte pnr
sned hj Miionrt, baa boon to bring emancipa
tion la that state many years nearer, than' any
direct effort of the friends of that cause, could
.fcate possibly brpt'wht about. . . i . ... . .- , .
We bave now a new phase of things bronght
nbont by this kind of policy, as connected with
the Judiciary. .The tred, Scott Decision,
was thought by the self emasculated men who
gi.Yj it, lo be a signal victory to themselves and
the cause of slavery. In their abort sighted
they failed to see that it was but the taking
"oT the first step So a direction which would
prove a ragged and diCcalt path to : travel.
They failed to realize the fact, that the masters
they were Serving, bad no more leniency for, the
. bite sl.e than the black one, aud that meelc
. ly taking' the yoke, end abasing themselves in
the dust to effect one object, only proved a sig
nal for further and greater acts of subserviency.
And that any evidt nee of insubordination to
new demands', could only bo productive of a
' rnpture, and the lasting frowns of those, the
' lachct of whose f hoe they- bad been so ready
to tocp2oin) and unloose. .. ' ' ", '- ;
Judge Campbell, one of tka Judges of the
Snpretne Court of the United States who eon-
.currca in. lite Jjrea ccou ueumiou, unu vy
opiaiou delivered in that case gained great
Southern applause, has lost nearly all the, pop
ularity thus dearly, purchased, aud has eveo
, become the object of vehement and bitter at--
tack as'an euemy of the fcouta. lie gave no
little offense by his laying down o tthe law ' on
the Walker trial. ' Since thenj heM heated the
'furnace of indignation against htm ' ten 'times
hotter by 'presuming to give a charge lo a Lou
isiana Grand Jury on the snbjoct of the ille
gality of the African slave trade, and their do;-
ty as jurora to pa active in Ending indictments
fBgaiust those who attempt that illegal traffic-
It does not answer for Mr. Campbell to set tip
that Jadges are bound by the law, and that the
Legislature must be applicd too to alter or re
peal bad jaws.' It is no longer possible ; for
bira to take refuge behind this moderate view
'of tho duties of bis dice. Having figured so
"citeosivel as' a repealer, or at least as a ' nblli"
fier, in the tired "$cott cae, he is naturally j
cnoogi expected to apply the: vn principles,
sand doctrines to the lawa against GlUbuetering
nod tho slave-trade. In this emergency, the ex-'
tendeva and pcrpctuatora of .Slavery look anx-
- iously to the Judiciary to follow the prccedeot
of tho Dred Scott case. MrJustice Campbell,
however, thinks! that it w ill hardly do to follow
up the course he has begun, at the beck of those
"be baa sacrificed so much already to aerve, Thc
result of this obduracy is what ntigbt have been
foreseen -the Judge is regarded and denounced
'a a traitor Id tLe South, while his conscience
, to doubt, makes the sane accoBations against
Aum.Jar his want of fidelity and honesty to the
NortA. Hius the clusters which he is gather
itig, are the legiiiuiate product of the viue of
Lis.owa planting. .. r
';FiFTV-roua Fobtv" axu ths GoLD.--Every
body wii! recollect what a noise was once made
j the .democracy about the line of 54 40 which,
they insibted ahould be the' ultimatum with
Great Britain as the northern boundary of onr
Tacsue territory. "Fifty-fonr forty "or fight"
'was the great rallyingtry, and every man who
presumed to doubt whether we would stand op
!to that was denounced as a traitor to bis coun
sAryr British lory, a Hartford convention fede
ralist, aad all that. Air. Buchanan joined in
,thi3 octcry. Well, in 1846 Mr. Buchanan, be
ing secretary of state, made a treaty with Great
Britain in which he surrendered all the territo
ry away down to 49? to that government. Tho
amount of land thus re!injuiahed?. aa 150,000
finnaro miles, or more, and it includes the new
il Porado of Frazer river and the repon north
of it, rivalling California in its wcakh of gold,
to which our citizens are now Cocking by thoa-etu-.da.
It would" be of Some consequence now
to br. able to hold tho territory up to S4 40.
rut after all theie bluster,' tho daraocraU sur
renJorcd it " jnst as ettfy.acd it is now goue
fore ver. ' .'-. - r '
Jhs Rons of Malta. TVince Albert is G.
K. T. A. in the Sods of Malta, and the Duke of
("auiiilijo is Grand Commander, lathis coun-
t't- f-'t"r 'j o A. Douglas has tlie same oEice with
.I'rince Albert, and Vice-I'ree'.Jeot Breckcn-
triJ is a Grand Commander. f In Europe tua
oiitr :a cuusiJered dumoeraiLe in its spirit io
: ilia coaufry we do not unduretand that i tep.
r.'-enU at.y parliaalur idea, or is anything more
a k--rrut order. Ita first national cooven
i;t riji'ji!i.-!jUia, till week, was atUnJcd
I v ; -v, i.u hiiudred uVIc;-ate8 from vurious pai-ts
(f C ; country, aud excited' com uieratble ca
t t ,! i i.'crt-t in the public wiuJ,, Uut uothiag
it, divul'i'd aa to its ciiuracte aud purpo
t iLcu aaj previously known to the public
I. j j iuiuitcnt or will known citizens appear to
t ',. j i.
J.-i!. the convention, cr to be among
: l;i,m. (om),i'.n..'i r If'iwell Ift-nry.
iia.id C-u wi.;i il-.;.. r (,'ut ti G'JiH- oi
(..!.-..!!,,. Jj.a.U.Vir.. Boss- titllllh
'. . ( ij.r- - IL 1 rdereon of J't-uu-
'.i r or n;.-.).
L.;.j if fu-
... .. ,ti ....
are in a n!nte of f n ji crinesk,
mich cevc'C'l Jslnrtd is about
wntioe into onr mis osn'J
W aie 1'ift to
conjecture wh.it tboo anangemenis are, but
appearances t.ecra to iiulicale that the end is
compniwd by barffnin and snto. Tho opinion
that England would stand In the way tf snch a
result. It g'vinj wsy to more common sense
atd politic view of the matter. Fpin owes to
IVitiKU creditors large sums, whereof they hovs
little prospect f receiving even the interest.
Eitghind prfwm"9 that the industry and thrift
of the Sugir l.ilatid would probably increase in
par hands; that our tariff is much lower than
the Spanish, so kbnt her evpoi ts to Cuba would
probulily bo doubled by the tratmr; while the
liCuvy antiunl tXpelisj bow incurred by her In
earnefit but not wholly sacceJsful attempt to
suppress the African Siava-Trado would In that
casa bo saved, VH-ginia, Maryland and tie Car
olIna3 chousiug to tapply any further Cuban de
mand for bondmen from their own stock, so that
further Importations from Africa would not be
permitted. If, then, -this country could be in
duced to offer for Cuba, and Spain to accept
some scores of millions of dollars, and those
dollars, could in good part be tamed over to
LrilLth creditors in satisfaction of their no
bopek'cS loans, OreafPHtaln would probnbly.
be more then reconciled to the transfer.
. - . . a . 1 ;
California. The Moseg Taylor, which ar
rived on the 27th, brings no hews of iuterest ex
cept that relating to the Froecr River excite
ment, which vns without abatement The re
ports from the Lew gold Colds are getting to be
quite fabulous. O no letter writer vouched for
In the Saa Francisco papers as reliable, says his
first day's yield at the mines was 700. ' Victo
ria was crswded with Americans, who had ran
up building lots to an enormous price, some as
high as 20,000. . The Iludton Bay Co. arc
buying dust at $1.1 per ounce.
' The tndiaus had begun to molest the enii
grants on their way to the mines. A party of
ten encamping near Sehome, were attacked aud
six killed. Twenty-two canoes Ellcd with In
dian warriors, were passed going into Victoria,
by the steamer Seabird, and 200 moro were on
the way and thulv expected at that point It
was feared the mining region would be overrun
and an indiscriminate massacre follow. Four
teen steam and sail vessels left San Francisco
during a fortnight for Frazer River.
Advices from Oregon state that the Indians
of the Upper Columbia are collecting in large
numbers. Object unknown. The State election
had resulted in the choice of the whole Demo
crat io tioket. Advices from both Oregon and
Washington Territories mention a general gath
ering of Indians in that region, with evident
hostile intcntioua. The commander of the Pa
cific is lurrying thither all the troops at his
command, but their numbers and equipments
are wretchedly inadequate. . .
asliinKtun letter n .-m
N. Y. Politics. A movement is on foot
New Y oik, to bring Gerfitt. Smith, into
tho field, as a candidate for the Gubernatorial
office.' The interest, to which Mr. Smith's
friends especially look for support, is tho aboli
tion party, and the friends of Temperance
Should Mr. Smith allow his name to be need
in this way, he will no doubt draw off some
jnpport from the F.epublicans, but not enough
to afford any tolerably well grounded hopes of
success. " His character as a politician, is not
such as to lead men of nnequivacal antecedents
to vote for him, not even from among the par
ty with 'which be is identified. Mr. Smiths
course in Congress, was not snch as to' win him
much fame. : lie was si cleror fellow with all j
parties,- aud snch a sovereign regard had he for
his well settled habit of going to bed at 0 o'-
clock, that the welfare of the country, nor the
policy to which be was, more than to any eth
er committed, and to which his election had
particular reference, did Dot weigh sufficiently
to induce him to forgo the pleasures, of that
very commendable habit. His individuality,
and influence as a representative man, was al
together lost sight of. Yet Mr. Smith has a
persona popularity, that would 'cecure him
many yotes, sod do something in the way of
drawing off Republican strength
The building of two light-houses has been
commenced on St. "Clair Flats, at the" Detroit
end of the channel, and ore to be placed so that
a vessel can find her way through the channel
equally as well in the night as in the day time.
Ilia foeodatfona are of stone, . the $lrncturcs
wood the lights to be placed -forty-five foot
above the surface of the walcr.-
- Th Cleveuko Railroad Cojfxisirriox.
The railroad people bad their meeting at Cleve
land on the 2 1st, and decided on making the
LhrocgU passenger rates-from all points the
same as by the Erie road, and freights one dol
lar loss than that by the Erie.
Stsamaoav va. U. R. Traveling. War has
been declared between tba R. R. Co's. along
the shore of Long Island Sonnd, and tba boala
on the Sound. , And a first class passage from
New York to Boston, by the splendid Sound
steamers, is now only f 3 55 by rail. A simi
lar competition is carried on iu the travel to in
termediate points. ' '
Tub Telegraph Exi-erimeht. According to
the N. Y. Evening rt Mr. Morse has never
expected that the expedition now opou the At
lantic would be successful, though he is quite
sanguine that - a cable eaa be laid and worked
between tha tenniui which the eompany has se
lected, lie d'jes aot disguise bis conviction
that the cable on board the company's steamers
is much too heavy, and that one of half its
weight, orlwsl niis,jt o laid and worked effect
ively, Ilis views upon the subject aud tha cone
qutuci'g to which they have led, are said to have
been the controlling reasons for hi b'mj )eit i
out of the Board or L-'ircctioo, at the election .
whictt immediately proceeded the reduction in
the price of the stock.-
Of coarse the company did not make tha ca.
ble as heavy as they did.exoept io iucreaas their
chances of laying it successfully; ' and nothing
but a trial will probably ever determine wheth
er I'roloisor Morse's view is correct.
His opinion uiiqueUonMy poeaee. great
weight, aud will be carefully conti.iered If any
new experiment b made. There are other pro
visions which, have beea sngeoled to as, against
tlic aecuieni to wmcn toe piaas iti laying sab.
mariu cables' havo that far proved tu bo Uabla,
.which we wilt aubrjit without argument for
what they are wortBJ. ,
"A caLio coiled caiiuot bo uucoiled without
Thtr- fore, tha cable mnst be ruled to' he
laid. ' ' - . -
Tut ur-eeshity fur two vessels to lay the ca
ble, quadruple (ami D)0t) tha rials of acci
(Juab - ;. V " '
TterrfoBf, Uie cablo eieas urn mm j?w5 C5S
ship , ' ' ' ' 1
,'1 be vov'ife to Rutland is e:ier, (.Lorter nod
r Lau the voyagor Ene.ltt.iJ:
'A hf-1 c lore, the veajel anb tUo cable , should
Start ft uui this idc . .v ' ' -. .
Thrrc in hfis vrv rl, and one only, tif tiinnrif1'
mi l toflm n.flirietit ! curry the wlu.-ls Of l!
caMt, tb i: : tho leviathan:
Tfcerrfu the cal-le, it ever laid at all, must
be stowed jh a aucciwibli of reels In tho Levia
than, snd tlie lviH'.han must sail Ironi ur
If these views shoolJ b lieerrieil id possess
any value. It would be faf for the leviathan to
brHis? 'bla here IO this couutry aud lay It
on her first trip home. . , ...
Tub Wat ii Wobks. A Mr. David Land
rsth, of Philadelphia, a seed man, by profes
sion, in commenting upon tho manner Iti which
the agricnltaral doparlmeU of the Patent office,
does up the business of collectia"; and distri
buting valiiablo foreign seed, broadly charges
tho commissioner with not only Gooding the
country with old and dwcardeif varieties of seed,
but actually importing from England turnip
seed Of a variety tohich originated on the
grounds, and which he specifically named (adopt
ed abroad), and of wnioli he distributed upward
of six thousand pounds raised by himself last
A mnsnacre of Christians by the Turki. On
the 15th of Juuo the Mohammedans iu Judah
rose and massacred tho Christians. Among the
victims are the English and Frisuch consuls;
alpo, the wife of tlie latter and over twenty oth
era. The Consulates we plundered. The
British steamer Cyclops had rescued twenty-six
Christian, a took them lo Suez. No Chrif tiaus
rpniad in thnt nlnce. Two boats from tlie
Cyclops had to fire on tho Mohammedans who
attempted to intercept tho retreat of the liris
tiaus from the tovn.
Trt.FvGiui'ti Cable. On the 12th ioct. aftea
several days cruising frr the Jsiagara, the Aga
memnon arrived at Quecnstown, and it was at
once determined to start on the 27th for a final
attempt to lay the cable, tweuty-five hundered
mile of which were still on board the two ships.
Iteeems that the break occcred just below the
stern of tlie Agamcniuon after Bhe had paid out
one hundred and forty-six miles of cnbls and
wheu the strain is supposed to have been light.
J6- The Loudon Mortrng l'ont gajs: "We
understand, upon good authority, that the
friends of Lady B. Lytton, who has recently
been placed in a lunatic asylum near London,
are about to take steps to emlcavor to cstnb
lish her sanity, by an appeal to the legal tribu
nals or the country.
Artesian Well. The Artesian will is
1750 feet deep. This finishes the contract
of Mr. Snaiigler, as he only contract
ed for that depth. The State will now have
to make a new contract, or pay him by the
day. We learn that they are going to
commence at the top and rim it out w ider,
for'tho purpose of putting wrought iron
tubes down to keep it from caving, it win
tike them probably three montus to run it
out. bt ale Journal.
The Atlantic Telegraph.
The New York papers arc busily diseffsa-
ing two new routes, one starting from the-
northwest comer of Washington Territory e
running to Sitkn, either along the const or
by way of Vancouver's Island, as may be
more practicable ; tlicnco through Russian
America to the Aleutian Islands, which
form a bridge, as it were?, between the two
Continents. From the southern part of
Kamtschatka, the Kurile Island form an
other bridge to the iefcttd in the sea of
Japan. ' Crossing Saghnlicn and tho narrow
strait to tfre westward, the wire to rnn to
the " great elbow formed by the Kiver
Amoor, and, ascending that river, follow
one of its main branches to the Center of Si
Leria, and finally terminate st Moscow.
the whole distance from Portland, Oregon',
to Moscow by this route is Jess than 10,000
miles. In no place will the wire require to
bo submerged for more than two htftrdrcd
miles in one stretch.
The other route takes nearly a similar
direction, only instead of crossing by the
Aleutian Island, it proposes to go farther
north and cross tho narrower passage of
Bfchcring'h Straits. These lines . would
have to travel more, than three-fourths of
tho earth's circumference in order to reach
their destination. " ; '-
Johx Cakplkbox Caliiov.n has played his
very lust card for Lecompton, by certifying the
election under it of the Free btate Members
from Leavenworth County In defiance of the
fraudulent "candle-box returns from KicV-
apoo, Oxford and Delaware Crossing. The ob
ject of course is to induce that whig of tho
Free-Stale party to which power is thus tender
ed, to vote for the Eogliah "proposition," and
thus secure an acceptance, or at least a respect
able vote, for Lecompton Junior. It won't do.
Tbo New York Express declines any contro
versy with the Republican papers of New York
It says, "Wc haye no quarrel now with the Re
publican party and therefore no fight to make
with it. When it did right in the matter of
the Crittenden Montgomery Kansas bill, it dis.
armed all our opposition and deprived us of all
disposition to keep open a Oght. If the
Auti-Lecompton men in this Stnte men who
agree together in opinion can be permitted to
unite as nioety-mue out of a hundred wish to
suite they will sweep the State and lead the
van for making the uext President of the United
Central Park. There are now employed
on t.ie Central Park, 1,000 men. Ut these,
100 are at work draining, which is progress
ing verv successfully ; 100 at grubbing, of
which there is a vast deal to be done; 150
men and 75 carts taking the surface off the
pouds, and piling it for soil all tbo rest
are engagaj iu making the roads. - The
whole lower part of the Park being stone,
without as much soil ih n.oRt places as
would sustain a Urge tree, tho work there
has been necce&sariiy todioui. About fire
sixths ef tbo promenade is graded and
ready for planting half a mile of the
drive will be iu the same condition iu a few
weeks, thirteen acres of the 6k a ting pond
having teen eicavated ; forty acres of lrtu3
south of the old reservuir have beca grub
bed, aud half a mile of walk put uuder
way sixty acres of the lower pouit lave
baea drained Sixty-third street (whicb
cost the Corporation 70,000 to grade) bas
been luvelod, and the stuff carted away for
tilling ; the blasting and removing rock in
tha play ground Aud parade ground, arc
very well advanced. Two hundred and
clghty-scven houses have been cleared off
the Park, aad the whole 700 acres walled
m wit a i dry eaii. The promenade "will
oe entity graded and partially pluutud by
Fall Ixifore that time it i-not thought
that the dungerou operatiou cf blasting
will bo cowplcied. - .. . I
The Sufferings of a Man of Genius.
,!oPnrH lion, G'ommk-ioner! of Pa
tents, in ropnrtine; its favor of e.itmding llood
year's India Rubber Patent, gives the following
iiilcrestiiig particulars of tha poverty endured
by the inventor and family while prosecuting
From the first moment that tlie concep
tion entered his mind; until bis complete
success- embracing a period of from six
tccu to eighteen yers he applied himself
unceasingly auti cntlmninstic:illy to It per
fection nnd to lis introduction iritd use, hi
every form that his fruitful genius could de
vise. So intensely were his faculties con
centrated npon It that he seems to Lavo
been incapable of thought or of action
upon any other nubjwt. He had no dthfcr
occupntion, was inspired by no other hope,
cherished no other ambition. He carried
coiitiuunlly about liis person a piece of India-rubber,
and into the cars of nil who
would listen, he poured incessantly the sto
ry of liis experiments and tho glowing lan
guage of his prophesies. He was, accord
ing to the witnesses', completely absorbed
by it, both by day and night, pursuing it
with untiring energy and with , almost su
perhuman perseverance. Not only were
the powers of his mind aud body thus nr
dcutly devoted to the invention, and intro
duction Into use, but every dollur lie pos
sessed or could command through the re
sources of liia credit, or tho influence of
friendship, wus uncalculatingly cast into
that sccthii'g chaldroo of experiments,
which was nllowcd to know no repose. The
very bed on which his wife slept, aud the
linen which covered his table, were seized
and sold to pay his board, and wo see him
with his stricken household following in the
funeral of liis child on foot, because he had
no means with which to hire a carriage.
nis family had to cudure privations almost
surpassing belief, being frequently without
an article of food in their house, or fuel in
the coldest weather aud indeed, it 19 said,
that they could not have lived through the
winter of 1839 but for the kind offices of a
few charitable friends. .They are repre
sented as gathering sticks in the woods and
on the edges of the highways, with which
to cook their meala, and digging tho pota
toes of their little garden before they were
half grown, while one of his hungry child
rcn in a spirit worthy of his father, is
heard expressing his thanks that this much
hod been spared to them.
We often fiud him arrested and incarcer
ated in the debtor' prison, but even amid its
tloom. his tisiort of tho future never grew
dim, Ids fitith iff his ultimate triumph never
faltcd. Undismayed by discomfitures and
sorrows which might well have broken the
stoutest spirit, his language everywhere,
and under all circmrfstnuces, was thnt of
encouragement and of a profound conviction
of final snceees. Not Only lrf trio United
States did he thus exert hiiU3c!f to establish
and apply to every posrsiblo rise liis inven
tion, bhtin England, France', nnd other
countries of Europe, he zealously prfrsued
too' same career. In 1855' ho appeared at
the tVorld's Faif It Paris.- ntrd the tolden
medal and the Grand Cross of Hid Ivegiofl
of Honor were awarded to him as the rep
resentative of his country's inventive gferiinS.
Fortune, however, while thus caressing him
with one hand, was at . the 6ame morrferft
smiting him with the oilier ; for we learn
from the testimony, that these brilliant
memorials pnsscd from the Emperor and
reached their honored recipient, then the
occupant of ft debtor's prison, among
stranger's nnd in' a foreign laid thus ndd
fiier yet another to that long, sad catalogue
of public benefactors who hove stood neg
lected and impoverished in the midst of the
waving harvest of blessings they had be
stowed upon their racce."
Love, Flirtation, Jealousy and Suicide.
A young rnau named Albert O. Eldridge,
a resident of Toledo, committed suicide by
jumping overboard from the screw steamer
Northern Light on her last trip down.
The circumstances are peculiar, and show
to what nu extent the feelings may be
wrought npon by that all powerful seuti-
Air. Eldridge was in company of a pleas
ore party who had made tho tour of. Lake
Superior. Among these was a yonng lady
from Cleveland, namca Miss Ji., daughter
of a heavy forwarding merchant in that
city, lo this young lady who was every
thing attractive and interesting, the unfor
tunate young man was devotedly attached.
How long the attachment had existed,
or to what extent it was reciprocated, wc are
not able to say," but his attentions were very
assidious during the early portion of the
trip. He lived in the light of, nn undivided
love, and was most happy in being near its
object at least so Ins undisguised nnd open
actions indicated. All went happily, until
tho return or the boat, when sho received
as a passenger a voting man, who became
acquainted with Miss. II and thence
forward devoted himself to her. She seems
to have entered into the flirtation with a
keen zest ; so keen in fact that . her lover
was driven into a most unmistakable fit of
tho blues. . He spcHt his timo in walking
the npper deck with his hands in his pock
ets, sitting with his feet Jianging over the
side, and leaning over the stern, gazing in
to tho dark, troubled wators, that rivalled
the commotion which that worst of all dis
appointments a love derided had stirred
up in bis own bosom.
At Mackinac, tho party went ashore to
inspect the it-land, and wanted bun to ac
company them. He moodily refused, say
iug that bo was not wanted. , His conduct
attracted the attention of every one on
hoard, which made his poor case worse, for
nobody has sympathy with the troubles of
a lover, except those who are bound in the
same ties, (shortly after entering nnon
Lake Huron he was accosted by his mistress
as be sat by himself on the side of the boat.
She placed her band upon his shoulder, and
spoke to him in an inquiring tone. He re
plied that La had no desire to minglo in the
diversions of bis companions, but would
rather die at'enee. Sue replied kindly, do
siriug bim not to speak so, and requested
nun to come into the cabin.
Instead of complying, he gave her one
look, and without a word plunged overboard.
A scream from the lady . brought the re
tnaiuder of the company to the side. He
was (ecu to struggle a few moments and
tnen sank never to nee. With tho image
of his beloved before his eyes be sprang in
to the cold embrace of dealt) without aa
iustant's thought or preparation. -
He was a young man of good standing
iu Toledo, and bas been engaged ia business
there for somo years, Th lady is .of one
of the best families in Cleveland, and the
event excited P9 little feeling. Every ef
fort, was made to keep the affair still, the
officers of the boat reporting that he fell
overboard; aeaidentaiiy, but bd the
above Lw;ta from passengers who-came down
ou, me ooai andi were cognizant or the cir
cumstances from beginning to end.
Detroit Free Press.
'. r-ir Thj h'mtrrh f.thcoj,iIinn, hfretore
pul lii-iit'ii nt Gambler, Kno Co., Ohio, vv Ul
hen after bO published In Cincinnati. 1
A leading medical practitioner at Brighton,
Eng., has lately given a list of 16 cases of para
lysis produced by smoking, which came under
bis own knowledge within the last six months.
rv From Mexico we have later advices.
Vidaurri had captured Son Luis Potosi, and It
was rumored thnt (Jen. Zuloiiga had abandoned
the City of Mexico, against vuich the Liberals
Were milling. ,
yThe New York Commercial Advertiser
says, ''It is suppourd, that with the exception
of the Bible, the lexicographic works of No
ah Webster have tho largest circulation of any
other book iu tho English language."
.2irTho Now York Trihrne of the 2Gtb
says that ths '-Riviera Scandal" is quirted, thnt
Mr. and Mrs. Blount and daughter have sailed
for New Orleans, nnd Riviere has retired front
the top pressing attention of his creditors.
jt A correspondent of the Crescent City
writes as follows t 'A few days since, a i -irdaut
youth with his blushing bride arrived at jno of
the principal hotels iu this city. He immediate
ly registered himself ns 'S. B. Jones nnd lady,
Alabamy. ou a bildlr. tower.'
g-r At a recent meeting at St. Taiil, Minne
sota, to encourage emigration to the Frazer
liver pnld mines by way of that territory, it wag
slntcd by Col. John II. Sltvens that there wore
three feasible routes from Minnesota, by tho
most direct of which the distance to Fraxer
river woald be IG-'iO miles. An outfit for ten
persons from St. Paul would cost about $ 1,800
Dr. R. R. Harrison of Prineo George
County, Virginia, has taken pains to make some
carcfui examinations to ascertain whether corn
grows, as is generally supposed, more at night
than by day. On one day, corn grew, in twenfy
fonr hours, five inches ; ut night, one and a half
inches. Ou another, it grew four and seven
eights inches ; at night one nnd seven-eights.
At an Ecclesiastical Council held nt
Pylvania, Lucas county. Ohio, July 7th, 1858,
charges of gross immorality wero presented
against Rev. N. Shapley, late the minister of
the Congregational church in Sylvania, and
member of the Association of Soothern Michi
gan, on account of which, after a full investiga
tion of the case, he was deposed from the min
its- Amone the Novelties is a Ladies' Na
tional Equestrian Convention, to be held on the
8th day of September, at the Union Race
Course. Lone Island. Among the inducements
"to enter the lists" tho occasion, is the offer
three prizes to be awarded to tho best female
riders. Tbo ladyadjudgcd the most skillful
feats menage will receive a splendid piunororie,
valued at giiOO. .
jtf Dr. R.-, in the report of the Duller
Hospital for the Insane, in Rhode Island, says
'Jl believe and it is in some measure the result
of considerable observation, of various psycho
logical states that in this age of fast living,
nothing can be relied upon more surely for pre
serving the healthy balance of the mental facul
ties, .than an earnest, practical conviction of the
great truths of Christianity."
pff- A butcher at Princeton, Ohio, named
Daniel Elliott, in a fit of playfulness and
amuse his children, put his neck into a noose
used for drawing up cattle, and sot bis children
to turning the wheel and hoisting him up. Rut
(bey drew him off bis feet, and could not let
him down again on account of the ratchet hold
ing the wheel, and wheu they got their mother
out to help them, ho was dead hung in fuu.
& One 6'f the trackmen on the railroad be
tween Rochester and Buffalo, recently discover
ed that the rails were bent in two places, and
Uh examination showed that the heat of the sun
fta'd So expanded thfe rail that it had curved each
way (il b'effrg tho combination rail) fully six
inches o'tft tff lln'C. All this expansion must
have taken place within two or three hours,
riot more than that time had elapsed since trains
had passed over the' track;
A largo rolling mill at Fuirm'onnt, Ta.,
is waking new rnilrnnd iron of old rails, for the
Rending railroad. The old rail is cut into nie
ces about four feet in length, and then tied into
u uuriuic wmi wire. . ii is men passeq inror.gu
the various rollers, until il is' stretched out some
twenty feet, and assumes the shape necessar
for railroad tise. The rails thus made are said
to be better than new ones, as rolled iron im
proves by frequent working. The cost is about
one half that of tha new rails.
?3T Letters from Europe and India speak
the remarkable heat of the season. The last
accounts from India any tho intense heat of the
country appears to have a fatal effect upon tbe
English troops. In the 35tb regiment eighty
four deaths of apoplexy are announced. The
London theaters huve been deserted on account
of the great heat, nnd several persons are re
ported to have died from the 6ame cause. The
drought throughout France is excessive. The
Seine is reported to bo nearly as low as it- was
Cr" Five yonng women, of a company
fourteen who sacked a grocgery in Bristol, Ohio,
last Jane, were tried by ibree justices for riot
and acquitted, the court deciding that the grog-
gery was a uuisauce and the girls had a right
to abate it. ibis trial was made the occasion
of a temperance pic-nic and celebration, got
by the ladies of Bristol, and a great time they
had or it. A large concourse or people
many of them coming from the ad-
joioing townships, and a great deal of iuterest
was felt in tbo issoe'of the examination,
the excitement continned unabated to the end.
The fourteen girls engaged io the transaction
all attended court iu a body, dressing alike,
marching and sitting together, with a flag
Rarev's Career bas unexpectedly .been
stopped. He had cleared some 15,000
to it20,000 by his horse taming secret,
when suddenly Routledge, the cheap pub
lisher, got hold of a pamphlet published
the horse tamer in America, and printed
it. It coutains in a small compass all
art of horse taming; nnd the subscribers,
who had bound themselves not to divulg
he secret under tr penalty of 500, be
came furious, and Mr. Rarey had to
lease them from their pledge, in a' letter
in the Timet.
The Ai ericas Chess Chami'iox is Esg
i.iso. Mr. Morphy, who arrived out
the Africa, quietly walked into tho St.
George's chess club one night lust week,
and, after beating Mr. Lewen, who is a ro
cognized champion, with the greatest case,
offered a challenge to Mr. Staunton, the
Uritisli Caur de Lion of tho uoblo game.
Air. Staunton accepted the proposition, sat
down, went to work, , almost cleared the
board in some twenty moves, and was about
withdrawing in contempt, when he was ar
rested by a "cheek," which io three moves
mure grew into a "mate." .You may im
agine the consternation of the hero and
tje lookers on. "May I ask your name,
sir ?" said Mr. S. "Certainly, sir," replied
his young antagonist. , "My name is Mor
phy "Oh ! of America V "Yes, sir."
"Ah 1 then, I am sorry, but I am not quite
jnplagi&t now. I should rather not risk
another guuja just at present." . Aud
Jur, Staunton withdrew. . The event has
excited quite m great senaatiou in the world
of chess as was bred in tbe world of yachts
men by the victory of the America; and Mr.
Morphy has uiade up a match with Ander
son, the Hungarian, upon which all Eng
land that playutu chess will, of course.,
vehemently letting ia the course of a fort
night. oU Hiay regard this aa a Bet off,
perhaps, against the defeat of .Mr. 'fen
Rroeck's horses, though it t, lion Id be remem
bered, that the battlu even there is uot yet
giveq up. Jjeniq Times.
-v STRAYED from tho enlicrilwr
I on or about the 10th nil., a medium
l M (1 Mi -I'M mIMi row. l.ont IS T""
Unf r.-nhl r.,.,i,r.n. ;ilr will I mail for Inch informa
tion, M will lod to bur refevrry, ir
DANIEL B. WOOTV
Ahtoill, .In) ?S, IS.'.. 2
Grand River Institute. .
fpilE FALL TERM of this Institution
JL will entittnrnrf nn WrrtnMdnT, A'tr- lftth. ftnt Mtitlrino
rVvwn w-k. It will bw nmlt-r th v.itrrAl mipf rrjnon of
Mpnv. Giro. Mnfn,i,4, A. M . nrl I. M. Arirrm, m lo.lmo.
ton. A prnnppi.nl Ib.1v A..bmt will btt employed, to Ult
rbarfo of thfl Klm!il toprlmnt.
Initrnnlion In Mu.lc will b itlrrn by Mt. Emt V L. RT
1.RT. Krprr olfort will ! mntln lo 'lipfure In
tlie brnnclm tinpbt. OcraRlorMi Lprir on prcli-i mib
jootfl nifty bff exiecled. J. Ol ll.fi,
f , Cbftlrtiwn of the no.rt nf TnT.tr.
H. K. AllNKI.h, Clvk.
N. n. No Stoilcntu will bo almltt.,1 on Wflmlrlili.. ullh
mit prtocn1tnjr. a oprtlflralo ol vte.f-mettt Irom the Ticwnrrr
of (ho Uoaril. 4IU
TVOTICK. The subscriber will on Mon-
-i. i rtnr, l w(tnd rfiv of Amnit ni-st, ni one o'rlook, P.
M., lot to Uie tow-ent bidder rfmtrA,-t for takintr down and
rot-nil'llng an abuttuent andvr the Bridge, noar llarniou'a Mill,
W. T. S!MND, Count Com.
P.iytirooV, TiiTy7, ls:.R. .4"14
NOTICE. To nil concerned, the sub
loribcr wants to xd'lc up with
Everybody, A'o Ercei'tion,-
And it will bo fur the lntrot of (hone, that arti Indi'bM lo
Idin to mil eoon, aa d"lave will make ro.t. Mr patic-noa can
not tiold out much longer, bo call without dlnr.
A.litftlmla,.lulr iM, 1S.13 44 9
STRAWBERRY PLANTS for unle.
O Tlio Subrcrllier hn ftir le few tuouranrt elrawbrrry
plante Of the following rarletiM :
15 ttrr's new pine,
' Largo early scarlet.
T'noae rc throe best rarlctlce la cultivation aud are warrant
ed to be true to name.
Stran-borrlea mar be set any time from the drat of Aufrnat
to the middle of Sept. Price per hundred 6c.
Allt3u!.v July ii'lth, WA. 44S. EM'IH V LUCK.
SHERIFF'S SALE of Real Edtate, Ash
tabula Common Picas, March Term, '58.
Sain t Plninb Artlcnee of
P.. Millt Co.
L. O. Johnson.
H I .
BY VIRTUE of a writ or Alias FUri
I'aritit, dulr Ir.nod from aald Court in the above care, to
me dirwte.1, 1 will oirer lor pole by way of public auction at
the door of tie Court here in Jerferaon, Ashtabula county,
Ohio, on MornUV, the '2Kd dar of Anjuat, A. 1). 1S6S, between
the bourn of 10 and rour o'clock of raid day, tho following
dowrild Heal Kstalo, to wit : Situate in the tewnihip of
Geneva, in tho county of Axhtabul., and the t'tete of Ohio,
being iu the Eat part of ecction No. 3, In aaid lowiuhip, be
ginning about ten rode Enat of the fcfmtii-EeH corner of
Ceorjre Roee'a land, running thence South to the center r.f
tbe North Rirtpe Hoad, thence West along Uie center of aald
Hidp. Road to the Eakl line of Salmon Seymonr't U-nl, the' e'
Korih on anid Seymour'a land to tite South line of the aaid
Ueflrge RoM-'a land, thence eaet to the place of beginning, cnu
tniniog thirty and one half, (SOX) aorca of land, bt-lng the
ramo land heretofore deeded bjr Anaoil Smith, to Levi O. John
aon, aaving and Keaerving UierTfor one and one fourth
aerra of h.nd. aituate on the aaid N'ortli Hidffe. ner the cen
ter of the above described tract, deeded to' LewUi A. Oaylord,
with u.e appurienancea. Appraiacd at
WM. HEN DRY. Sberlll.
Jefferaon, July 22d. 18B9. , 448
Notice to Housekeepers !
A SIMPLE nnd effectual mode of ex
haurting Uie air from fruit cans.
Call and Examine it before putting up Fnil,
Julr 13, 'SS. G. C. HUBBARD.
PUAIN CRADLES. Grape Vine and
V-T Mfl.Y GRAIN CRADEI.S, for aale by
oeo. c. nunr.Ann.
Full Case, Orm, $125.
EVERY Family now-n-days begins to
reel Uie importance of Uierc machtnea, but many are at
a loaa to aecitnug in tlie metier 01 selecting, wiaio ether nave
haatily purchaaed a cheap, aingle tbiead machine, which they
lind ia' but poorly suited lo aijuwcr the end dcaigncd. Tbnee
who have bad opiiorlunittea for a comparison of the merit ol
the dillereut mactunee in ue. rea.lily discover which bold Uie
suneiioilty and "give the palm where juatiee poiuta it duo.
WAeeler $ WVson's Maddnc
every intelligent obxerver w ill admit, stands without rival
Ita advantue-ea are - ag -
1 ita aimplteity and bennty of conxtruction.
2 The excellence and m-atnee of its etiteu alike on both
tide, and Ita freedom from aujtuing like raveling orcuror
brou coid on the underside.
3 Speed. accuracy, and fdiability st any rate' of speed.
4 Keoni.raT of thread.
5 I'ortabnity ease of operation and management.
6 Quietness '.of nvM-rcnent.
7 Kei.d adaptation to every apecios of famlty sewing, gath
ering, fco. . .. . ,
Thi in a pure and rtmplr; narration of Ita qualities, wbieb
will appear to every one on acquaintance with the macbUie
Ita deHign and nieoiiaiiiain 1 auch, as to niake its praaeuce an
acquiition to any one' parlor.
One of thee niachlrMfft may lie acen in oparatlou at tlir retdcnce
of the mhaoriher, who la authorised to supply anv demand for
tbem in this vicinity. JAMfS KKKD.
There is but one Sewing Machine, and lhat la Wheeler &
Wilaon .- JcnoB iilKioa, of tbe American luaUtute.
Ahtabulv, February 1, ISSS 424
TIORSK It AKK8, Corn Tlows nnd Cnl
i X tlratora, of Uie best quality, and at a very reasonable
figure. J. U. CllObUV.
Arhtalnila. June 2H, IS,'.". 444
Relief for the Afflicted !
DR. L." G. CLARK. German Reform
rd Urlpothle fbyalrian and S.irgeor, (frrmerly ef the
firm of Clark (sibBon) eaa be couaulttd at tba following
time ana placca 1
Ashtabula, Flek noopr, Ppnday, AugrtKt 15
Jetferaon. American " Monday TucdaT "16 4 17
Kock Creuk. Leppard u Wednonlay a Thuwlay It IP
Conneaut, Tremont Houee, tviturday . " 4 14
Orard Wrtchfa Hotel Friday l:t
I'a Urowu'a liotol, VediiiJtday a Tburaday 1 a 12
Dr. L. G. Clark, barlnphad fiequentand urjrent aolicitaMouf
from hta palirnU and theii friendK, to vii-tt tbe iifigbtMrhood
oociiaionally, that they might coneult 1 1m personnHy. aa wiJl
aa by Me. ft ill heieafter viiit tbe above nauied plaova ouce
a month. -
Having had aeventeen yeara oxpcriMiee In the practice of
mm i cine, nunng wnten time ne niui troau-a ittouaanda or pa
tienta in all forma of aeute and ehranio dia4a mitb uitpar
alelled aneoeaa (of i, Wfrh aomo of your frji'uda or neighbori
can tcatlfy ) and ia prepared to fire relief to all who may ap
ply. Particular attention will be jriveu to the cure of Con
bit hit ion. and all diMaaeaof tbe luuira and cheat, Mentiaia.
Nrua btwiKee. Fenmle derangemcnta of orcry character
win no ireatca wuu eucorea. m
Alao will cure old aorca and all eruptive diacaca of what
ever character they mny be ITe makea up of noi vernal
Jiottmieal remedies. No calomel or other deleterious drug
lei-Rona at a ditanc dcuring advlhe and Medicine, will aend
a freneral diacription of the ai)eaniuco of the urine, with a
correct atatement of tbecaufac, oiigin of the dlaeaae, and a
geaeral bintnrr of tbe tvymritoma, w tth name, age, tVc.
All cotoinuulratious umtt bo directed to
M tf. G. CLARK. M. P.
Jamcatown, Mercer Co.. Ta.
A New tt lid Iinportmii
DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE.
1R. CL'LVERWRLIi'S BFJ'OUT oar rxTinsi v xr.w asrn
rrarErr nr.utvr lor rtrwnn-nrrla, or Hen.iuai Wpaknea,
PebiWr, Neivnuaneaa, bfprrMloD of Siifiita, I.ojmi of Knerpr,
IjiaHltiidu, Timiriify, Involuntary aeminal Diarbarpea, Imair
ed idht aud Memory, Hlntcheft aud l'itiiha on the fare, I 'ilea
ndi,utinn, ralitatlou of the Heart, aud bodily Prtttration
of the whole avatem, inducing lmpoteocy. aud mental and
1'hia little w.rk, enuifiatlnjr from aqualifletl member of the
Bfwwlieal nrofrivlon. irivra TflK MohT IHl-OHTANT INrOHWATION
ItYKK pchukhko, to all pTaon$ eutdrtaiiilujr double ef their
phyiiirial conaitina, or who are ouctoua oi Slaving baz&raco:
their health and happirwK.
It laiaauad rrttut to mlU-Hrw huma.Hy, for tlitir benefit,
and the auipre-ion of enipiri'-iHm and exorbitant fee.
Kent true to anr addru, on receipt of atainpa, by Pr. Chaa.
CUM!:. 4h0 1st Avanuo. New Vorik 444 3m
JOil SALE 10 Shares of tho For
incr Hrancb liana. Enquire of
AabUuula, June 1, Ittb. - 444
A. F. HI BBARD.
LUATUEK k SIIOK STUUK ! 1
rfIIE suhscriJier lias just opened, in f
JL ard'a lllock, Phoe and Leather Store, hi-ro h
nnrli .U (kmianda foratirloiue iu the '
- j i j "
Boot aud Shoe Lino,
''Both sale aiui Order Work! ,
This denartiocnt will b under tho superlsteudtuueo
JIR. II. L. SMITH, ,
well sod favorably kuowu to our dtiuus. Tbo Stoi will also bs
Supi.lied with Lcalhitr, sach as French and
, llouia tauned Uulf Skins, Lining BUius,
AND SOLE LEA T II F R J
H Slasiifbter and rTpauiiih. -?
Also, Shoemaker's Findings,'
In all th Ir vurlety. All the above will bs Offered at p riots as
JaiorMlL a o.ay u wuud ut.it. wl .iiiwuvn-.
N II. ( au iwid l.r Hidia sr bkius, ai the Store, or at Iu.
Taiir.try nt th. auliMirilier.- t . w. rV.rtilll rl.
Mam 81., Hitnara lUoeaV ' 4'S
B" UTTKi;' WANTKI). 5000llis" JJut
Urat hMITII UlfKWOOD'S.
J4 '1;;v;7'l (D
War on OKI Quarters I
W III iVe ri. o.i.rt.ra an.) Miltilnr" tlietr nominal
. rt-i any i.ik,.!. ,n my line, lnrluit
MI.VI II WAlli:,
or I will pir o-r- ,i,.iia, ,nrt ,Wf. en eenta an nunc for thftH
in eaM!, lil.-l- it emnl lo w-nte each.
Aidithi.la, June I, iv-. , A. W. BTEKt.B
PAPER,' ENVELOPES, Ao.
fPHE subscriber hns recently opened at
X the Store of O. A Am.-.dcn, In AahUbula, A larg Trl
and very inperlor et k of . .
Writing Paper, Envelopes, icM
m Hit, YORK MILLS MANlTAIITUItR, which be oflera U
the cltlreni of tlili place and ricluity, at a reiy moderate ad
vance, for Cnah.
lie will IU the eeral towna of thla eountr, and eTebanira
hi- Roorla for KAUH, or CA M, Pelrr m,v ,,,, ), t;ni
elve fisni tbte Brock at better fiirurea than ri.n e;-. -une be
found. H. A. bliUKK CI.!..
A.htnbiltn, Junelf, 1."'C 4
KC CC ( LI! 3 of WOOL WANTED
UVvUU on account, m lot (rh, for blch tbe .
blghrat prion will I paid.
Ahiahnla, June 17, ISftS.
TUST received by Express n line stock
of Cold IW t W, O. PICK,
TO THE LAt)lE7
Ihnvc just received ft full nssrjrtntciit of
aliriiefX'S fextiacti and Firfunwrle, aa fblldwi
t:xtirct Wert End,
Ext'ct New llimn lley,
jLtract Stran bene,
Entnicl Jockey Club,
and lota of other atticlca exprefcsly dteignrd tf ptenae tbS
J onvvla rliiroinr
It.-ara oil and Knee UH
i.anioti. ii. i . 1 1 1 i nn.
(311 A I M P U M P S I I
A GAIN would I notify my friends and
L X. tho nnbiic tbol I am atlll mnufrturlnj
with ENGI.HH nAI.VAM7.IJ0 ,KON TfHIN'O. of Snperior'
quality, allowed hv all who have had an opportunity of ln4.
and trfftiilg lla L'hlitif and Vurab.Uttl. to be (-Vcirlrdly tl-.t butt
article in life lor eievanng water lor ail practical purr o,ea.
JHy Tubinrr ia all Wftiraut.d to bo aa repiracnUd, be'ng
made of the best No. 24 1'nRlilh Gattaniitii hnn.
After uaing thie kind of Pomp from one to four yeara, lr
can commend tlicm a being the IIKST In m,
T. fl. Fm.LER, TlKTinv WARrriS, J. It. OmniKnx,
E. L. FaATKR, W. C. ItnwKii.s, J. c. A. Ht-aiiNttL,
N. h. CnArriK, E. II. WnouiU'RV, ' I). Caiiwri.L.
H. A. Pli-mr, II. N. Si.i.t, A. Wakncx.
U. Davih, J. A. (ImmxuH, . J. A. lleRKLT,
II. TAIAVI I.
Pumna contantly kept on hand at Davis Warcboune.
ItoaaonaUo reduction nade to wholcr-alf buvera.
W. C. DAVIft.
Jefferpon, Olijn, June 4, IS.'S. 443
W AR WITH ENGLAND I II
""7"AU with Utah nnd Mexico, U whot
V ' Uncle Sam ia up ton, Put PHILMPs if aPer declar
liifT War agninri tht l.mif Credit A'yrfm, and be has ac
cordingly repleiilahcd hi
. SStock of Boots and Shots,
and Intend to sell tbem for CASH er KE.4DT r AY
cheap enough, to make It nn object for hi customer to buy
what tbey want in that line of him. He haa got the beet
aaaortment of Boot aud Shoe, made of the very best of
stock, warranted not to rip, and will sell them cheaper for
Cash than can be Imupht at any etorf in town. AO lilty
HVU, bnt the proof of the pudding Is viewing il etring.
So call and examine bl stock of Hoot and Shore before pur
chasing elitewhero, and are what I'IIHjLII'S can do. Yoo,
will And his abop at tbe lgn of the liig Bool, risk Block,
P. S. All kinks of Work in hU Hoe, made to order and tha
work warranted. 44'i Q. PHiLLUM.
WG. Ncttal respectfully informs tho
Inhabitant of Alitabul and ita vicinity; that be
Is prepared to supply Ojooi with
English made Ken net, Stock and present uso
Ales, of the finest quality,
wsrrantcd genuine, and recommended 1.T Medical Gentlcrjcen
fcr tbe oe of invalid and private lauiUios.
Ahtabula, .lime 7, lsftS. 442
Cleveland Infirmary, May 12, '58.
rPnERE nre in this Institution as a
JL charge upon the City a number of likely boy and girl.
Including liilant w bum the Director will bind to nervice un
til they become of age, with uitab'e poranns upon their pro
ducing tcMlimouUI from the Cleiyyinan, Maglatrate or
TrutU-es of tbelr town, th-it they arc suitable perron-, to have
thc care of aud to bring np such childreu. Application may
be made to II. HKKSSEY,
Cleveland, 0. 3mI3S Acting Director Infirmary.
AVING now commenced tlie Manu-
hcUiring.Af FANNING MTM.H In tl.W Inotlity ft. hy pro
ducinu better article than tw been saIiJ. in ibit Ktatr,
and tHuB uiakiiiR it profitable to tlie farmers to ntt them. I
wib to itxun? thnt tromipe a
Fanninp; Mill. Merit?.
A Fanning Mill in One, being wrll marie, doe ita wnr)i per
fi-ct, nnd n dneedily an dt fi f fj, and thnt will Clean tttrw
particle of L'tttti (ioekelJ, tmvtt or oat, from the wheat, at -4
Awe mJl tJte ff'Aeat, and rlctati all other kiui of rrain and
iredii an well. 1a Hill I now make will do all thl. It ia tint
a large Mill will ro ia mn;t any gminrr ban more rive atitfl
Screna than iimal litrua uncunmnu efur U pubstantlntlv
made of od matcrfala and will bo tnld at cheap aa any
frod a till can be bought at. , Afl onlere prompt It atteudtd
to. HhoponHunkerrtlll. LEWld X, CKOSUY.
Ashtabula, June " ' 441
l?J& Xew Arrnnp;mpiits Tlie Ameri-
mut'S- can Tran-porta Hon Com)anr will ruu tlta
PrmclUr Siwn2dinrt CapU Hunt,
between BntT.ilo and Cleeelanl, eallinp retilarly at tlie TTay
Port, linn of arrival at this port Weducadaya, fing Wtrf
and Frid:i3 i going Ktut. Cntiiiacts will be made by Us under- 1
aigned for Freight to Sew York, at ratra aft low, that it will be
lur uie iDiprfut nt fti-inpe' nf pnttert to patrontie idih line.
Fretslita will beahfiined to the anper lakn. v be trnliitiet
at Cleveland, at the same rateaaa U ftbipptd di ect from Clee-
H. Hl'nitARD k Co- Acent. A. T. Co.
pAahtnhiil Harbor. Mny lth, l-'ftl. 6m440
Will be Fublihlitd in July,
JY CHARLES SCRIBNER, N. York.
Timothy Titcojir's. Letters, to tho
Youne, Sinrrle and Muri ieil, in one volumo,
HUSIJM, PRICE i. SaaroEL Hnwau K Co, liar, nia.lo an
arrangement with Mr. Pc. ihn.r by whicb they witi be abie
tofuruihh their aubfeiiliera in any part of tho Timed States
with, thi volume, tiU? In-e, on the receipt of ope d dUr.
Any aubcrih.r sending ua ten dollar will receive eleven
eople. They trurt that clubs will bo fonnod wheret er tbo
l.-tiers have lieen read in thrir pNRaee through th. rtepntili
ran, and that nidVr will lie cnt In aa sonu a may be, that
tbey my obtain an earlv enpplv of roph-s. The volume will
be pnblibrd in a tj le Uiat will make tt worthy a place on
cie7 centre table.
SAMUEL BOWI ES It CO.,
tU Sprincneld, Mass.
ESTATE HENRY RICiTaRDSON,
NOT1PK la hereby given, that the nibecrlber baa brcu
aypnlnted and n,ualilled as Adii'ir.iMralor of tbe estate of ilcn
ry Iticbardaon, late of Abtabula County, decared.
' aUKr IllCHAHIiSON',
Paled at AaUtabuli, July If, IhAS. 447 AdininLtiaMi.
The only Cotop'.eiv Eugllnti Dictlouarj-.'
Webster's Quarto Dictionary,
POXTAIXIXQ TlUflCE TIMES
rnatlcr found In any other English nirtionanr Compiled1
in tbi country, or any Abridirincut of tlila work: a (tV.O-
in tbi country, or any AbriilRincut of tlila
ORAI'IIICAI. TAI11.E of 12.110 Kamo! II
ORAI'IIICAI. TAI11.E of 12110 Kamo; H.MISTHATIVR
QL'OTATluKS, and other poculiaritiea and advantages found
m nt niutir wora. itifeo,
Webster's School Dictionaries; viz:
WiBSTBR'a DirrioxaKT, Counting IIous Edition.
WKSt.TKK'11 AcariCMIC DlCTIONAKV.
M'rBsTR'H Hioh School PuoNorNriNO niCTioysiT
WkBNTSR'S i'MIMARY HclloOL UlrTIOKART.
U'ft.nTKK'S ELKMHATAay r3PSU.lNO 1IOOK.
rornilng a complete fi-rica of Standard Dictionaries of fbe
lauiruaKe, securing uniiurmit) in tli. una of language, as well
a in Ortii.tgri.phy and 1'ronunr-tation.
Tbe Dviiniiiuii iu VVvb-iter's Hcliool DictionaHea are tak.n'
from hi larce work, and enrribiue the eicclteticiea, In this
and other f.sturr, of the latter. PublUlird by
. . G. 4 U. MERRUM,
5 riprinrri.-ld, Maa.
Drugs and Medicines.
Ill AYE been receiving lare;e additions to
my lonner atock, and can offer tu rbiaiciuu, and others,
the bet aaaortuwat of
Drugs Medicines and Chemicals,
that can bs found in this vicinity, ail her st
Wholcaale or nutall,
P. S. PhrRldana' rreseriptions put up with care.
Aiil 1, lowi. (jErt. WILLABP.
New &. Seasonable Merchandise'?
$20,000 Worth 11
rPHE UNDERSIGNED is now recoiv-
-M Ina; direct from New York, the largCat and beet Mort
meot of '
. ( General Merchandize
EVER OFFERED IN "THIS MARKET.
Dry Good.'', Ready Made Clothing,
Crockey and Glass Ware, Hard Ware,-
Badlery, House, OBd Carriage Tritnaiioga -Iron,
Star), NsiU, Anrils, Vices, gfrins, AmU, , A.
( . . CROCERIICS, - . , ..
Prags and Medidnes, Paints, Oils, Pre Stuffs, Glaw, Putty, kt
all of which have booa nurchaaed in, 't'W Yoik, iinct tha'
Orsat Peremptory Auction Rales,
andirlH be tnH sr. rVr I rah or Readr Pay. as caa b.
bouKht of A.N If DKAI.EIi ISf fill PI M'f. MHr a i
Ihora. U&-0. 1LLAHI
Ahah.ita. June H, 'X . , '
GOOD ahsortnient f I,oAiiijr Gtr9,-
P.EM1AM i a.-