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REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Vril LJAM V. PECK, of Scioto.
V.-II.T.IAM r,. THRALL, of Franklin.
cnnisTornr.il r. wolcott,
V!i-,nl.er of Board of futile Work,
JOlJN L. MARTIN, of Butler. '
Tor lumber ot Con,
J 0 1 1 X II U TCI 1 1 X S, of Trumbull Co.
Tor Art til lo,
A. EUSUXELL. of JcffcMOB.
0. W. ST. JOHN, of Morgan.
IS'OAII IIOSKIN, of Jefferson.
r!-wr tt Tr-flrrntry,
ISAAC I?. STEVENS, of Plymouth.
The effort toward a auiou of the opposition
lcmeitg ia the, State of New York, has failed.
The Republican and Americna parties, io view
of a union, renpectively held their conventions at
Fj racuso, last week, aud after twq day scfr
ion,ea:h adjourned, after having Dominated re-
Pctie!jr a ticket fits own. Tbe spirit which
prevailed at the conventions, end the treatment
of pitch other eommittecs were of the rbrtt
tamp, and both parties seemed to Indulge the
confident hope of a union against Itie.iuve driv
ing Uemocracy. The failure to fuse is attributed
by sei to oue cause, and by others to different
cues. The true cause of tlinerenee does not ap
er ery palpably ia the proceedings, and even
the New York Tribune found it necessary to
make a second effort of explanation before It af-
t-ived at any degree of clearness. - The number
of Tuesday lust, shows that Tbublo- Wkkd, of
the Albany Evening Journal, was the cause of
the failure. Mr. Weed has been, from the first,
opposed to coalescing with the American party,
Ann f not AnnAailinn Lot, nolnHlL awb.joa1 t. '. .
- vjvimwu IIUJ uabUIOJIT Ullll
to the hostility to that party. According to the
Tniune this hostility was carried into conven
tion matters, and iio toleratiou wus to be given
to any course bearing bis earmarks. Oo tbe
contrary the friends of Mr. W. determined to
heart off this feeling. Mr. XV. was a member of
the convention, and Mr. Moroax, the nominee
of the Republicans, was the friend of Mr. "VVeed
This, says the Tribune, they eould not and wo'tl
Dot abide. 4
The New York Courier mnd Enquirer takes
St different view cf the canse of the failure, and
envs that the American convention "flatly refus
ed to take grounds against tbe dicta of Chief
Justice Taney in the Dred Scott decision." The
Republican convention, when this state of the
'Tacts was reported to them, straightway recog
nized that onion was out of the question, and
proceeded to re-effirm their principles in a stries
of most oneqnivocal resolutions, and to- put in
nomination men who would, with religious fide!
ity, abide by then. -
Tbe Buffalo Commercial represents that the
whole thing wag tbe work of railroad manage
ment. TniiBi.ow Weed being the champion of
tbe N. Y. Central interest, and Mr. Morgan,
though claiming not to own a dollar of stock io
that corporation, has been hitherto identified
with every movement for the furtherance of Us
advantages, the purchase of the State Canals,
etc. Whatever may be the true cause of the
failure, the result is source of deep and sincere
r The Republicans nominated the following
ticket: Governor, Edwin D. Morgan; Lieat,
Governor, Robert Campbell; Canal Commis
sioner, Hiram Gardner; State Prison Inspector,
JoaUU K.. Everett. The American Conveu-
ir. nominated the following ticket: Gov. Lo-
tauzo Barrows; JJcut. Governor, Nathaniel 8
Ik-ntoo; Canal Commissioner, J atnes tt. bomp-
e; Biate Prison Inspector, William . Eiis-
" The Atlaktic Cabled D Siktt, the tlec
trician in charge of tbe Atlantic Telegraph, at
Trinity Bay, declines to make any public state-
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anoiit nlalivn in ma luuw; uv tuutuis uui a
EEcoU'ies are entirely of an electrical nature,
and that the rumor of the Cable's Doing parted,
is unfounded. As we stated lost week, no com
munication is passing over the Cable, and the
eouee of this state of things is not stated. It
. WaY accounted for at Erst'by the snppositioo
(Tint the Valencia Bay end was undergoing local
changes. Upon that pretext, it seems, the prin
cipal electrician was not satisund to kit tbe mat
ter rest, but dliues to suy anything further
than that the "difficulties are entirely of an elec
trical nature." Our private opinion Is, that the
trouble with the electricians and their lietru
Bieats. We strougly sunpect that the While.
Jots iiiMrumini is the cause of the difficulty.
According to all accounts, pubjic as well as pri-
ate, it has signally failed of its design from the
Irbt trial. For this result our nnud baa been
yropared by letters that have beon shown ns
from lu2y recpeeUble autuovny. in tne sun
stitu'.iua of the Hughes instrument we shall look
for a more auspicious state of things. This sob
sii'.ulion was to hsve buen made, according to
piivate advices brought by the Yandebilt, oe
the 8th iul. oo which day the AlUutic Co. ex
pected to dispatch a special steamer to Triuiiy
Bay with oue of Prof. II.'s assklauU oa board.
We niay, therefore, hope to see tbe cable la
oim !;te workicg order on or about tie 25th
Asiatic T"t.si8ni EsTfii.-iiAsn. The ex
tM of tuthuaiium which has marked the event
of the (uoDbfu! laying and working of tbe octan
Telegraph, on this aide of lha water, seems not
tr, tin re novtd the rrravitr cf Jobk Bui.
j'o kniJ i t'O baufirea, nor did he ever illumi
Uite Vi li.tlo 1 t y 9 Ulsnd; no Metropolitan, or
BubuiU'ii CBj'ut wus ciidgclcd fur adjectives
ltreiU to cLaructtiiza the roomeutous event,
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an.i :i.c Un!cD!ieJ, t'" Bl'' wor.u-iranMoruiuig
eoti (ii'juLt-s that ai to fullow upoa its hel,
Tar Lm rols and sahjx trw were as safe and un-
fr,.-!.'st':d any otUcr couinio.litjts of tie old
f tuH-e; iioloily grew hoarse in giv-
ii i.ut to a Butk-Oid l --J of long live Vr nn-.j-
' I.,j!,Jju Tl'ft of the 31:4 tilt, ulkaover
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, !lJ no )-'. i oaf key r.ne .-!
h p! we fhouM hnTO Inn tlot' ,ht piri
rr ii.ni i!pi .r a ! irie) lunatic ajlunm
Th .Hii-h t'lmrch 1'nljii'f rot.id !iave le
nniru'i .1 onf rxalt.itii.ir of the miracles of
fci'-nce nm! our worship of prepress, and
Urn poor cuble would hiire beec forthwith
Ktigr.iatiteJ a an engine of Anti-Christ.
The fault, if fault there niy bo, is 'in the
British public. It is not so intently Inter
ested in this uffnir as the Americana are,
There must be some reason for thi, as we
are not an unreasonable people. Without
the least wish to show a hlight, without
Iwing even conncious of it, we have betrar-
ed a want or nauonal sympathy very little
in accord with bo great an event. ' Among
the future mnrvcls of nature, Bscon pre
dicted "conimnnicntion by sympathy."
The communication has surpassed even J
coo's expectations, but it i not with tbe ex
pected mount of sympathy. Thie is
question which concerns both the Ameri
cans and ourselves.
In mutter o fact, this is a greater ecnt
to the United States than ourselves. They
train thereby instsiit communication with
the whole of the Old. World. With them,
it is the "onion of the whole world," as one
of their trnspnrcncie han. it. We gain
only the United States and British Ameri
ca. The information to be expected from
these places will be chiefly interesting to
merchnnta, who regnrd tho electric "wire as
a convenience, or a necesnity( and not as a
new source of pleasure. In other respects
American intelligence is often startling,
enrions, dismal, and Interesting as a matter
of speculation, but without the seutimcntal
interent which attaches to the events of
most States in the Old World. Scarcely
anything ever bnpjiens on this side of the
Atlantic which is not associated with oar
reading, onr trsvefej onr acquaintance, or
our pursuits. Every novelty is the next
step of train already deep in out' ttccol
lection. This cannot be RO ranch tho case
in' a,' new w orld, which few of us have seen,
and which we do not rend much of. But
the Americans themselves are somcwbnt to
blame for the lesser interest with which we
read fresh news from that quarter, or hail
the prospect of instantaneous intelligence.
Uow many times during the lust ten years
have the steamers brought ns the disagree
able tidings that all the American papers
were in a bloze of indignation against this
country for some stupid affair that we ab
solutely knew nothing about. Have we
tiot the convictiou forced upon us that
American politicians never scruple to raise
cnpital at oar cost by manu!ac:unng griev
ances against as and earrying'them to the
very verge of war. It is the belief of this
country, that we have several times averted
war by concessions which were only not :
disliouornble because dictated by a horror
of war with our own flesh nnd blood, men
of a common stock, using our own language.
There is even the misgiving that we may
have to do this agaiu and again, and that
there ore American politicians speculating
on this game. Now, the English don't
like this ; they feel somewhat alienated by
:it, and they don't feel a secure and unre
served pleasure at the sicLt of an Ameri
can mail."' It may any day bring a new de-
mnnd. umust in itself and not improved by
the iansruaire. The Americans may like
this : "tbey may feci it amusing r they may
even 6nd it auswer. But if tl:cy choose
this line, they must not also reckon on onr
love or sympa'hy. as it is now,xaIIcd. A
choice riiusu.be made in this,' toHn other
things. .Jfhe Americans may appeal to
what set of feelings they please, bat not to
all at once : and if they wish os to be
overjoyed at the thought of hearing every
morning what they wereJoing and saying
over-nigh t, they must adapt their ueedu ana
words to this new and more intimate rela
tion. . Onr recent proceedings with regard
to British Columbia will prove to the whole
world our anxiety to avoid all occasion of
ooarrel : but, nevertheless, we should not
be surprised if, the interchange of compli
ments once over, the hrst rent message oy
tho cable were some ridiculous molehill
motrnified into a mountain by the public
press' and iudignation meetings at New-
York. May it not be so I May our lore
boding be proved needless and d'wnorte-
. . . . i a ..:
OU8 I XJUt 11 Will not. UU1CMS AiueiiEuu
statesmen resolve to be more just in their
demauda and amicable in their- tone.
The Pabacbat Affaikv The steamers Ful-
ton and Waterwilch are to proceed immediate
ly from Washington to Norfolk to take ia their
material of war for preparations against Para
guay. Com. Shubrick goes out in the frigate
Niagara early next month, together with Judge
Bowlio, Commifeioncr, whose instructions are
said to be to demand
1st, Apology for tha Indignity offered to our
2d, Full indemnity for the Sooth American
Navigation Co., and - - '
3d, A ratification of a former treaty. -
Upon the refusal of either one of these com
mauds, Com. Shubrick will be called npen to en
force them. ' . - . - '.
Davy Todd for Congress.
The unterritied Bemocracy of this District
have nominated David Toon for Congress. Tbe
Coorention assembled at Warren on tbe 7th
inst. The County of Mahoning was acknowl
edged as entitled to the nominee. Every one
of! the MahoDing delegates voted for David R
Wilsoh. WiiVon was the unanimous choice of
that eountv.but Tost Master Wkbb, of Waren,
thought that he knew better what that county
wanted than the delegates did, so be command
ed the Trumbull and Ashtabula delegates to
vote for David Todd, of Mahoning; and thus the
Post Master forced down the throats of the del
egates of Maboulog a moo of their own county
whom they did not wont, and for whom not a
single vote was ct from the ' county iax 'which
David Todd resides. Todd was argued to be a
better Wmperace man than WUmd! .what a
good joke. IIow Davy will laugh over that
when he takes snifter. Todd received but, a
single vote from hie own county in the conven
tion. Todd has been nominated by the Democ
racy twK-b for Governor' of Ohio, sod was each
time defeated. Be is somewhat ased to defeat
and it will not hurt him to be again defeated by
the Republicans this full
, Dawsosi, a delegate from Canfleid and !;e ed
itor of tbe campaign Buchanan paper at Can
field in 18.6, swore ie would not vote for Tod!,
and that be should vote for Wilson, aUhoijgh
pot nominated, and that 1000 pounds of cheese
was weighed -again-t 1000 Democrat of Maho
ning, and that ckrtte won. That long no-.d Post
Master Webb of Warren, was the Monarch of
the Convention, and forced a Mahouing man up
on them who had not received a single vote of
Lis own connty. The Mahoning fVli-catei fuel
over the trtutniuit received.
CumA. -Government has received informa
tion that ilr. Hired, our Wioi.Ur U China,. Las
maJi a li!-t:rl treaty with the Cbiuet Govern
Hu-nt, eimiW to ihut inude by i-'janee and Eng
J.iu'. We arc to lave ft Minister at Pe-Un.
Atthmi t t ri tv R ' At OasiU!
conj'la of treK-"r, stoj-j-iog at Oberlin,
hobliug fiwjtviit i !srci.-ine
n'nh the V puty
Marshal, led to some suspicion. 1 0 carry out
the plot of arrest, a farmer residing some dis
tance from Cher! in, hired colored boy to work
Tor him. Whilst the fit gro was on his wy to
the farm, he was arrested by Deputy Marshal
Low, of Columbus who, io company wiih two
Southerners, bore the boy off to Wellington.
Immediately on word being convey, d to Ober
l!n a stronff party ft't out in pursuit, and on com
ing up found the Wellington LV.ise blocked np
and snrronnded by a crowd, beaded by a eon
stable with a writ against the Marshal's party
for kidnapping. Tbo crowd rapidly increased,
the house was entered and Cited with men bent
on the rescue of the negro. .Ultimately the
Southerners consented to lot the boy go on con
dition they were not injured by the crowd. -The
promh was given and the boy was soon speed
ing on his way to Canada.
The Enough Arctio KxrsniTioi. The ex
pedition that started .fronvEngland lost season,
under command of dipt. McClintock, to make
further explorations in the Arctic regions as to
the fate of Sir John Franklin's party, was last
heard from at Disco, in Baffiiu'a Boy, on the
?0tfa parallel, May 24th. The last season was
loit by being caught in the ice puck and drifted
djwn to 63. They escaped from the pack iu
April and steered north ag:iiu. Capt. Mc Clin
toi-k hoped to reach the east side of King Wil
liam's land this season and communicate with
the natives, and winter there.
Edward Tucker, the engineer who some years
ego, as will be remembored, ran a train of cars
belonging to the New Haven Rail Road Com
pany, through the drawbridge over or walk
river, at Norwalk, Conn., which resulted so dis
astrously to banian life, committed suicide on
Thursday afternoon or evening, at the boose of
Mrs. Bodiue.No. 329 Tenth Avenue, New York,
by opening the veins of one of bis arms with a
Rev. Mr. Kalloch preached tbe Bret sermon
of his second pastorate at tremont Temple, Bos
ton, on Sunday. IBs text was, "Therefore I
CAme to yon without gainsaying as soon as I
was sent for." The heads of his discourse were:
I came because I was wanted to come', I came
because I wanted to come; and I came because
I thought ! ought to come. The Temple jias
crowded with women. The Baptist ministers
of Boston reiuee to exchange with Mr. Kalloch,
and the trustees of Tremonl Temple object to
bis settlement, and as the building belongs to
the Baptist churches cf Boston, and a condition
of the lease is that no pastor shall be settled
without the consent of the trustees, Mr. Kal
loch has a battle yet to fight, of which tho re
sult is doubtful.
N. YQuabaktine. A Committee of the
Commissioners of Emigration have come to the
conclusion to recommend tbe erection of store
houses upon West Bank, a shoal some three
miles below the Staten Island bluff; for the re
ception of the cargoes of infected vessels the
anchorage for such vessels to be in the Lower
Bayand the rebuilding of the Hospitals.
. Since tbe firing, and destruction of tbe build
ings remaining after the first onslaught, matters
have been in a very quiet state. The authori
ties are now moving, arrests have been made, a
military force stationed on tha ground; and the
atto'rbej general gone to look after prosecutions
Frotri'wliat we can gather, wo incline to the
opinion, that the perpetrators of this violence
will find no difficulty in slipping through tbe
fingers of justice.
jfcjB-Cept. Lewis, the "Bold Oyster Man" bos
opened a Fieb Market, a Tew doors op street
It is understood that the Capt is the veritable
turtle found in the New Haven harbor.
Our opinion, friend Standard, is, that the ti
tle you have given tbe Capt. is well applied.
The man who can look into the muzzle of a re
volver during four successive discharges, with
out blinking, as was the case on a time we wot
of, deserves to be called a "bold man." Long
may he live to enjoy it. 7 , ,
"tan Put-ix-Bay Celkbhatiok. Our ex
changes give elaborate accounts of the
doings at Put-in-Bay on the 10th. Tbe
telegraph stated the crowd at about 6,000,
aud is. corroborated by the newspaper ac
counts. The Monumental Association was
organized with tbe follwing officers :
President Hou. Lewis "Cass .
Vice Presidents lion. Isaac Toucej of
Conn, and 25 others.
Fifty gentlemen, from Tarious lake ports,
were appointed a committee of the Associa
tion. The celebration was a complete suc
cess, the weather beiii fine aud the cere
monies imposing, lea steamers and rev
enue vessels were present.
Mobs Trouble. U. S. Dtp, Marshal Day-
ten, of Oberlin, evidently bos a hard row to hoe.
A week or two sioce, at Oberlin, his name was
connected with an B"succesaful attempt to ar
rest a fugitive negro. A few days after, be went
to Puinesville, and his presence was so unac
ceptable mat a Republican, liign in lavor witb
the people, had to intercede to appease their
anger. On Tuesday night last, in Oberlin, a
fugitive- negro, Smith, alleging thai Dayton bad
papers for bis arrest, assaulted him and knock
ed him down. Smith was fined $3. ' Tbe idea
is probably beginuing to suggest itself to Mr.
Depoty Daylou, that tbe path of politics is not
the path of peace. ' '
Rkugiocs ToLEBAtioii in IxoiA. The mis
taken policy of tbe East India company hereto
fore, has been to discourage efforts to Christian
ize ludii, from, the apprehension that the natives
would couftuud the Christiaa teachers witb tbe
government and thus add religious animosity to
political hostility. . 1 here seemed to be some
ground for such an apprehension, but tbe event
as' proved that a just aud impartial policy
would have been the safest in tbe long ran. It
as stated by Col Edwards, one of the bravest
of tho English soldiers ia India, at a missionary
meeting at Pee-bawur in the Pnujaub, last
April, that the rebellion had been most" violent
aud powerful ia Beugal, where there are fewest
native Cbrutiuns, aud ia ti.e Iiengul army, from
which Chr'itiun converts wen expelled as a mat
Ur of course whila in Madras, where the native
Christian are uol auiaeroa aud whsrs they
eoostitate a large suction of the native army,
there has been no mutiny or rebellion. Col.
Edward used tlis striking COD trait with great
effect agaiiiit the bsi.bouii.h policy of t be East
India government,' and declared earnest be
lief Jj.U. if ttirocjUiit Iurlia tfforts to Chris
lionize tbs na'.ives hl becu encouraged, jiiteud
of being suppressed, front tho sturt; there would
bre Leeu oo !b-iuoa. . . . ..."
Bridgeport(Ct.) Standard. Gov. Chase ant Gov. Gorwin Family
At a recent republican t i ding in .'-
lunitji;-;, Ohio, at which Gov. Torn Cor win
spoke, uud guve iu his hdhcviuu and sympa
thy to the republican organization, Qov.
Clinse (who is an old democrat, as will be
remembcrrd, as Gov. Corwin la an old
whig.) was called for, and made some plea
sant and exhilarating talk. Wt quote a
portion: . ,
Gov. Chase. A good many years sgo
I will not, for lis sake, say how mnny I
voted for him for governor, (Gov. Corwin
"Yon begnn life well,") and It is said that
he hsd the indiscretion to vote for me for
the same iffiee (turning round to Gov. C,
who said, "Yes, I did. There's no need tj
deny it. It ain't worth lying about.") He
snys it aiu't worth while to lie about it, and
if it was, we wouldn't do it.' (LauvhteT.)
He snys I begun life well in voting for bint.
He did well in voting for me, though he
isn't at the end of his life yet, I . hope.
(Gov. Corwin "I thooght I was lust
night.") May that be long distant, may
he live long to defend tbe cause of human
liberty and equal justice. (Applnuse.) I
have usually no great fondness for com
promises (laughter,) but in tbe spirit of
this day 1 am willing to make concessions,
sud I propose to. the governor this com
promise, 6ince he is willing Jo endorse my
principles, I will agree to find no fault with
his color. (Gov. Corwin is a very dark
complexioned man.) (Excessive merri
ment.) I sm willing to stand by his side
in fighting the great battle of liberty, and
I have small care for the little subordinate
questions on which others nnd myself are
divided, if we are united on this grand is
sue. If we stand shoulder to shoulder, side
by side, heart beating against heart, on the
great question, I am willing to allow differ
ences in oi tier matters. (Applause.) If
we are united in opposition to the doctrine
of the supreme court, organized for that
very purpose by the slave power, that slave
ry shall prevail everywhere in our free ter
ritories, unless interdicted by express law;
if we hold the converse of this ..doctrine,
that it can exist nowhere unless bv. a posi
tive law of a state, and 1 understand this
to be the position of Gov. Corwin
Gov. Corwin Amen, amed to that. It
was always my doctrine, since forty years
Gov. Chase, resuming He says it was
his doctriii years ago. It was mine years
since: it is mine to-duy. By it I will stand
and by ft I will die I (Cheers.) Uniting
on this principle, let ns see to it that we
put into power an honest and economical
administration. Let us unite to do this,
and to protect the interests of our own la
bor against all assaults, wherever they may
come from. (Cheers.) I have been almost
betrayed into making an address. (Goon,
goon.) It is too late, fellow-citizens. The
sun is hastening to his setting. This day's
meeting is cause for rejoicing.' It shows
that we are to be divided by no trilling and
i.isigniDcant differences, but are united
shoulder to shoulder, rejoicing in the snre
angurv of triumphant success. (Applause. )
Let me urge you to follow the excellent cd-
v'ce which was given yon by my friend.
Gov. Corwin, and put your creed into your
deed. Let every man work as if he bcliev
ed thct the issce depended on his own sin
gle thought and deed. -
Unhealthy Position's of the Bodt.
Those persons engaged in occupations re
quiring the bands alone to move, while the
lower limbs remain motionless, should bear
in mind that without constantly raising the
frame to an erect position, and giving a
slight exercise to all pnrts of the body,
such a practice will tend to. destroy their
health. ' They should, moreover, sit in as
erect a position as possible. With scam
stresses there is always more or less stoop
ing of the head nad shoulders, tending to
retard circulation, respiration and digestion
and produce curvature of the spine Tits,
head should be thrown back to give the
longs full play . The frequent long drawn
breath of the seamstress evinces the cramp
ing and confinement of the lungs. . Health
cannot be expected without free respiration.
The life-giving element is in the atmosphere,
and without it iu proportionate abundance
must disease intervene. Strength and ro
bustness must come from exercise. Confin
ed attitnaes are in airert violation of cor
rect theories of healthy physical develop
ment and the instinct of nature. " Those
accustomed to sit writing for hours, day af
ter day, can form some idea of the exhaust
ing nature of the toilsome and ill-puid la
bor of the seamstress.
Perils or THE Cable. The correspond
ent of the Loudon Timet describing the re
turn of tbe Agamemnon, after the ships
parted in mid-ocean, the luying or tbe Ca
ble having commenced, meutions the follow
"For tbe first three hours the ships pro
ceeded very slowly, paying out a great quan
tity of slack, but after the expiration of this
time the speed of the Agamemnon was in
creased to abont five knots per hour, the
cable going at about six, without indicating
more tban a few bundled pounds of strain
npon the dynamometer. Shortly after 6
o'clock, a very large whale was seen ap
proaching the starboard bow at a great
speed, rolling and tossing the sea into Soum
all around, aud for the first time we felt
ihe possibility of the supposition that our
second mysterious breakugo of tbe cable
might have been caused after all by oue of
these animals gutting foul of it under wa
ter. ' It appeared as if it were making di
rect for the cable, and great was the relief
of all when tbe ponderous living mass was
seen slowly to pass astern, just grazing the
cable where it entered tbe water, but fortu
nately without doing any mischief.
. The resolutions of on American ward
meeting in Louisville, Ky., welcome tbe
promise of a onion of all the opponents of
the democracy. North and South, and tbe
Louis villi Journal simultaneously says:
' Uur political fricuds, if we were at lib
erty to lay before them the letters that we
have receutly received from some of the
most powerful and iofiuential republican
leaders iu the nation, would feel in their
hearts a thrill of joy at the glorious pros
pect of the redemption of the country from
the foul and polluting clutch of the pseudo
democracy. Thus much at least we may
say to our readers: there is no longer a
doubt of the perfect willingness aud readi
ness of the belter and larger portion of
what is called the republican party to meet
the Americans upon fair aud just grounds
by abandoning or foregoing the objectiona
ble issues that btve hitherto cout-tituted
them a seulionul party. We shli no longer
have any other sectional party in tha re
public than the wretched haudful of Garri
aon ftbulitii)iiists, miles indeed the. democ
racy shall iiouotitute such a party. A fear
ful peril, that haa been of direful imjort,
js happily pasting away fcr? vef."
f if )(. Henry N. Dny, I 'm-rl y (if VW
Iliiven, t't., b been elected president of the
IMiio Fcinale Col'rga.
XJrBv the errivnl tf tho jifil-n, it Is re-
tmrted that Mr. Ten Hroeck's American hore,
"Babylon," won the Chwterflold handicap roce,
at York, agnlnst a fluid of Mvenborsea.
tif K C. Polaven, the temperance lender In
New Yor!t. has published a letter embusing
Gerritt Bmiih as a cmdiilnte for rovernor. It
Is understood that Mr. Delavan is willing to
run for lieutenant governor on the same ticket.
ar-Rev. El"zcr Williams, fsnpnosed bv
many to be the Dauphin of France.) but who
was reared and edaemed among lb north west
ern Indians, died In Bomb ly, N. Y, on the 2ih
jr" Mr. Gregg, who has rwirned the office
of commissioner to the Sandwich Islands, is to
be made minixtcr of finance by tee king. The
Hawaiian cabinet will then S'and, two Ameri
cans, one Englishman and one Hawaiian. .
syr The reports from Fraser River are more
enconmsinff. The water bad declined suffici
ently to enable the miners io propped, and com
mence operations which were paying handsome
ly. Tbe shipments of gold to San Francisco
still remain trifling in amount 1 a test perhaps
more reliable than the rumors from the placers.
There has been a great banquet at Paris
in honor of Prof. Morse, at which the whole
rnimunr. 83 In number, were Americana Prof.
Morse, Rev. Mr. Seeley, minister Mason, Sidney
E. Morse of the New York Ohserver, Win
throp A twill of the New York Evangelist, and
others made speecnes.
jyr On Monday the democrats of Wilming
ton, Del-elected I'homas Young, their candi
date for mayor, by 11 majority; but the peo
ple's (ant! Lecompton) party elected their can
didates for treasurer, assessor and alderman;
and each party bos elected three members of
the council, giving an auli-admiuistration ma
jority of three.
9- Gen. Houston recently made a speech at
Hamp8tead, Texas, when be attributed all our
recent political troubles to the repeal of the
Missouri compromise, described President Pierce
very iustly as an exceedingly small man. called
Douglas a puppy, and for himself, said if be was
young, be would lead a Dlionster expedition
Complimentary Retort. "I'kncw Mr.
Lincoln in early life; he commenced his life
as a grocer. senator Dovglat.
"The only difference between Judge
Douglas aud myself on the grocery ques
tion is, that while I have stood on one side
of the counter, he has been equally atten
live on the other." Lincoln-.
The Republican Congressional Convention
for the XVIIIlh District, met Sept. 7th, and
proceeded to ballot for a candidate for Congress,
and the 24th ballot resulted in the nomi
nation of SinxET Edcertok, Esq., of : Akron
Summit County, a lawyer of considerable abili-
ty and a stern and unflinching Republican.
From the Buffalo Express.
Convention of the American party
of this State, it is wall known, was held
at Syracuse, simultaneously with that of
the republicans. It closed its labors on
Thursday night, after a protracted session
of two days, with the presentation of a
distinct, representative tiefcet. of high re
spectability of character and eoodj ability.
It Is due to a political opponent in this con
nection to say, that the Americans were,
so far as we corild Icnrn, governed in their
deliberations by a spirit of nnion and high
toned courtesy of bearing. The attempt
at union failed, and at whose door the fanlt
is to be laid, we b ill not pretend to decide.
We hn-ve no further Lope in this matter.
We do not regard a coalition of the two
organizations as practicable, not because
the people in both by a great mnjority, do
not desire it, bnt becanse there are promi
nent lenders in both parties, whose influence
overshadows the popular will and keeps the
chasm which divides them open, and with
out a bridge by which to pass from one side
to the other. This leaves the canvass to be
conducted by the three parties distinctly,
with Gerrit Smith fighting on his own hook.
Hence the doubts which hang over the re
sult become more thick under the prospect
of a general scramble for votes.
The Railroad Conference!. The Phil
adelphia Railroad Convention has settled
on the following basis of agreement : No
runners to be hereafter employed by any
company, nor any freight solicited except
at tbe termini of the roads ; the freight
tariff to be advanced 50 to 10 per cent
over present rates, and on the 1st of Octo
ber to be again raised to the rates current
before the present imbroglio ; the passen
ger tar'ff to be at once raised to the rate
current prior to the first reduction ; drov
ers to be passed free both ways on all lines;
all violations of this cou tract to be referred
to an nmpire to be chosen by several road,
and said umpire to impose upon any offend
ing road a fine not less than $500. and not
exceeding 2,000. This basis or a plan of
a contract is to be submitted by the re
spect vie Presidents to their boards prior to
the 20th of September ; if ratified, it is to
go into effect immediately. A separate
agreement between the Erie and Central
will be proposed at the same time for the
adjustment of their local misunderstand
Cattle. Cattle are dying off at a fear
ful rate in Brooklyn and Parma. A strange
disease has broken out among them and
nobody knows what it is. About a dozen
valuable cows have died in Hrooklyu of this
disease since fcunday. In Parma tbe other
day a man was badly poisoned in skinning
a cow that nsa aica of this singular disor
der. His right hand became so inflamed
and swollen that it was feared he would
Lave to suffer amputation. Dealer.
By the arrival of the Star of the West,
we have the California mails of Aug. 20,
two weeks later. The steamer brings $1.-
700,000 ia gold. The Frarer River ex
citement bas come to a sudden termination,
and many of the runaways in tho recent
stampede have returned to their accustom
ed diggings. Tho latest reports from the
mining region announce great distress a
mong the emigrants. Tbe scarcity of food
almost amounted to a famine. Little gold
was found, on accouut, cf tba Light of tha
water, and the Indians were a constant an
noyance to the miners. No doubt, however,
was felt as to the richness of the Frazer
River mines. -
Things Lost Forever. The following
words, from the pea of Lydia II. Sigouruey,
are full of instructive meaning:
Lost wealth may be restored by indus
try; the wre.k of health regained by tem
perance; forgotton knowledge restored by
study; alienated friendship smoothed im-
forgetfulnetis; even forfeited repotatioa won
by patieuca aud virtue; but who ever look
ed upon his vanished hours recalled his
slighted years, stamped them with wisdom,
or effaced from Ilaveu's record the fearful
blot of wasted lime. The foot print oo the
suud is watdied out by the octuu wave, and
easier niijht we, wlten years ere Bed, find
that foot print than recull loi.t hours. -,
I l'!!OW '. t'llS-
--,n rlnlnf, Ac
, Sw atb
J lr.nl f I. .. i,a
I i. h. '.II. vi AK't l-
a frw o,ot-. ,.f r..,fc
It, frvm Oi Itmh to tht H"lh lit., tt t lk HnM, Ah'-
el tur f f't,tur., r-iliM, nfMitirwtlftn, (:hmtiia lir,-ti,
PralAIMItlft. l!tf l. n4 irtlur Mnd IMtMrr U V .,'
tn-i !, in -,. Important nillinr. rHrt m Ivi.li(f..Oon.
attliMl dr-a'ttra, Flt'Oaoii f tha limut, W-Vrw of ht
Ikrmt an-1 l,inK, at wl ta rtnna a mM-f.ii (rrm and
baarltigof fcftrtr, itn4-.tng tha 4-lr fnr r lr.at!
Ihar-hr arar-ini'ie aofl armling tmnj mm of Inrtttit caa
auaaptloa, and apknal rurtantra.
Dr. B. tlvot aubjnla) rran tnlnnt awriUnl , i -JTrw
Va. AMI, af far, tutd Ktaa
ThO twti-rflrn.d bav amlr4 Or. Rannlna'a fiiMa. vla-a
l tba mac-haniaal ,iath1oT of many ftftrtlli.na nf ha vln.ra.
ttnt Wlla thfm Mi ba hil,; ln1..ll, md Uijr of tlx
aartoaa ttantloo 04 u,a oipicai f,M-, 1 ..tv
TAI.I.N TINK MOTT, W, If.
AI.KX. H. WMIT1VW,
i. KfcAR. Hol'liMU, " -
H..W Inrina the fait l Trata annllad Dr. B. P. Rannlnr'i
Abdominal Hut-iwirtor In a lara-a millibar of aaa 1b wir aran-
Vm, I Wava a!w? baas wall Mtifi,-4 vllb Ka afVc'tn, an
bar no h.litlnn In rrarnnHianolna It to nhrafrlana or nthara
oa olti(rathr tfca haat Inatmnvant in oao. It ia oonatrnetw! on
0"ai obrMniogtmi p,)i,H,,ie, and boneo It la Ml lUblo W
OfOdiMO nv lujury bjr ttndua ptaaaira.
O. VOI.NET DORSET, M. D.
Tho oiadleal pmRwInn ara !n. Ill i asamlna Dr. Bonn) ia
nnr Surgical Machanlral Al itat'nfi. 4 ui
Vvmfeftnt mr4 Titvlvn will to n thtr raaH 4
t to ImpMvcl poo fcy cnuotarfett of Mo-'i Ird
Rook Pith, .iartMii A. M. Wtrvrt. All ftfuh Itvlt.tj
Root Pill. lb mkm u4 eiftai A. J. Whit
Cv M Mai to.
PR. MORSE. ib irrrtntof of MOftr?1 IKDUS ROOT
PILLS, luu tpt Uiej gremtor pari of bit Hf in tmvvlltng,
bvififf riMtU Ki rotbS), Am aud AIth!, fei wu u North Am
ricft dm iHit tbrr Binonr tU ImluMin of our Vewtr
nunti7 It mi ia thin way tbftt th liHlina Root Pi lid w t
0 rut dtateo-Arna. ur. Kni-M trai tht) flrwl mt to ositftbiiKb ui
Uct that ill -. rrom mnntTT op tmr bixmui th-4
ur troiirth, to 1th mod life ni.a .upon tbitTiUl fluid.
rwa th rarioai pam.rt tocowt floynrvd. mi,4 4o 9rt
et Im porloet hartooor witb tho diOeront tutkctioni of Ui
bodv. tbo blood loou it etirfm. toemi)! tLirk, corrupted ai.d
diMMfted; uii eauiiinc all Minn, tckne rrd diatra of ir
Bsuno: our aironirtb m o&hsMiiilod, our boiiiih w r uVpilv.U
of, mi If oatunB bi not osnit4 in tti rowing off tbo tagiMant
burtpoi-ov tho Hood will hoomno ehnkod nd eooM to act, and
tbuo our lijrht of Itfo will (broTor to blown out How impor
tant 'ban that r tboold krop tb Tariotn mkn of th
kodf frot and opa. And bow p'eaaaat to u that we haro it
In onr power to put a anodieino In your reoeh, naatolj Mofm'i
Indian Root Pllia. nkanufacturrd from ebtnti and rooU whirh
prow around tbo mountainoni .lir ia sNatwro'a ftirden, ivt
M QOaitu aon roonyory oi owmwh wmn. vnsj m uio rooia,
from which Uim Pilbi aro mado-U a 8rdoriao, which or-sri
porf of tho akin, and amlrta Nature in throwing out Uio finer
wiUnf Uie oorruptlon within. Tht ftecond li a plant wMrh
ia an Ktetorantv that npent and nnclopi tha paoMge vf the
hmsr. and thna, in a armthlnf n.annor. pe norma iw uuty y
throwinf off phlegm, and other huMon from th lunsra tj
opkma epittinf . lb third 1 a Diurectie, which girea eaao
and double trtrenfrih Io the kidneys; thus encoumjred, they
draw tarfr amour, ta of Impurity front tbo fetood, whicb ia then
thrown out bountifully by the arinarr or water paaeafa, and
which eould not have been diechared in any other war. Tha
fourth In a Cathartic, and aceompauioa the other propertloa of
tiio riM While enfrafrra in pur trying too xooa; the eorer
partlelee of impurity wbieh cannot paea by th other oatkta.
are thna taken up and 0007 ed off la (rcat qu-BtHiee to te
towola. ' . ,
From the above. U la afaown thai Ir. Moree'a Indian Root
Pi Hi not only enter the atotnaeh, but tocoaH wtiited with the
Mono, we they nnd way to eery pan, and onmpleteiy root out
and cleaiiao tlw Rystem from all Unparity, and the Hie of the
body, which (a ti.e blood, booornee perteetly healthyt awe
quently all elekneaa and pain le driven from the ey-tern, lot
they cannot remain wbea tire boar beer Knee eo pure and elear
The reafMto why people are bo dlHtrweed when pick, and why
ao many die. I euse they 1 not ret a anediclne. which will
paaa to tbo aintctoo parte, ana wuicji win open too natur
al Dataware for the dine to to cant out; hecco, a btire cjuao
tity of food and other matter le lodged, and tbo atnntach and
Inteatinee aro uieraliy overflow, nr wttb tne eorrupiaa niaaa;
thna under foin; dtaae;reable feimentation, eonataotly mix in e
with the blood, whicb throwa tba corrupted matter throurh
erery ealn and arirrv, until life bi tnken from the body by die
ea. Dr. Horne t Pi 1.18 have added to thenveWee victory
imm elctorr. by rentorinr Btlltlona of the aick to bloon.in
boalth and harwirea. Yen. tboumnda bar been racked or
tormeitrd with 4ckneM, noin and anruih, and wbot leeble.
frame hove be n eonrehd by tire burning elrmenta of rnrinrr
ferer, and who nae been brought, aa tt were, witbla a eter or
the aileot grare, now stand retvly to teattfy that lliey woufo
art nefl namnrrM with Uif (mtrl, nifl tt not neon tor .(Ms
grant and wonderful medicine, linme'a Indian. Root Pi I in. Af
ter one or tarn doaee had been taken, tbey were aatonlaheol
and absolutely eurpriaed. in wltnewlng tbefr charnttng effeeta.
Hi oner do tbey give ImnMdMfrcaornnd etroojrthv aad take
away aR aick neav paen eeisf ena kv onf ffhey at onee go tw
work at the mnndatiua of toe oieeaao, w4,ib tm fbw Mnoff.--
Tharefora. It will to abowa, especial iy by tlioee who nao fliewe
Pilla, that they will an eieanee and parity, that diaM that
deadly enemy -will take It flight, and the fiunh of youth anil
toaat'y will again return, and tha pfoeneet of a long and hap'
py 111 wui enema ana nngntea roor oayit.
J. WHITE, Com Sol Pmprfrtore,
60 Leonard Street New Terk.
Voree'a Indian Root Pill- eold by fl. P. JOUXSON, Acbbv
laouia, unto, ana ail vaaiera in Medioinc
WU. MCDGR k Co Proprietor of Dr. Traaka Varne
Ointment, arlvi.bj. UadieoB Co. N'w York. General Ageutat
Prioe 2ft eta. lr4A
Prove all Things I
TJR. H. W. WAPSWORTn, Eclectic
X rbjaictao and Saitroon, trill ba ia novdanea a follow:
Aahtabula, Aahtabala Hooar, ToradaT. Oet. li.
Jaffaraoa, Tbompaoo'a Vonda, Oct, lith.
Madlaon, Wadiieada Oct. 13th.
Fainawilla, Cowl. Houaa, Thnradajr Oct. 14th.
C'loniland, Johnaon Hon, Friday Saturday, 16 10th.
Kloaavlll, Sandar an4 Moodnf fornon, IT a 18th.
Counaaut, Uaadoiph Houaa, Mnodajr afteraooo, lath.
Hie Mode of Examination pursued by Dr. W,
la vary simplo and entlraly now ; and b It dlaaaa of any
of tna Intorual vital onrana, M la a vary iar nitnatca ollod
with facility and oortainty without aaklng tha patlant a quo,
tion. or liavitia- th laaat nrortoiia knowladn o( tho eaa.
AnMi( tho dlaraar trvatad aucouafuil by him, atay ba
awaiioHaa ui laiiowins t
Sciofuta, and all IKseases of a Scrofulous orifrln.
Uloora, Tanvaax Ealanr4 Ulaada or Jon, Hia Oiaoaa. awrll-
ad Nock or Ooitro, Horofoloua aon Eyra, 8cald llaad. Emptiona
an Uia t ae ar ottwr parta, Vanoor, r latula, notoai anaaaaoa,
Ujaaopaia, Cianl, ImpoUoot, trtaUuvvt. VBiu Dane, Kjit
laLav. Itbaumatiain. Droaav. A a. Jca.
All dlnaaoa paenliar to ratnalaa, anSI aat aaraa aiaaaaoa of
lb Brain, Kyea, I amat, uoga, Moan, Plasma, uvor.nviraa
Kldnaya, Skia ar other organ. A apaedy our. warranty, I in
all diataaaa of a Svnhillptic or vmaraal character, without th
a of Bterau r othor aoMHi.whkh doatroy th tanatttutum,
KofUiac viai-a will b mad durinr tba yaar. fitrinf tbo
who eaaaanonc troatniont, opportunity to eoatiou till cured.
IV, W. haa fully quallAad himaair for tb prmetic. at hia
arofcaalaa, of whlah,aof pamia ahaii tat aa tin had by calit-i(
Mo o rt 11 rat of eoraa pobirhed, Hot nfmrni tw any
number of patieMa, who hara been cured, will a jorvo to
Uxoaa aVatrtng theaa.
The Poor liberally Coiuidered,
Any paraon. aandantr aai'iact atateowat af thoir armptoma,
aad enoloaina. $6, will har aardicioa, adapted to their ea.
aura via ot t hat o aaoato ar Ova weoaa, mat tuoat by jl
B. W. WADSWORTR, K D, BatarU V, Y.
jT TaTm i Extbactid withotit Pam, y Oatviaiax
IIRST DESPATCH BY
waa raeairad by
ISessra. EMITH A LOCKWOOD,
an th Sth iaaL, la th tm ot a apeelBMS aeetlon of aald
Cabl, which naty b aoaa at au ator. Alt. th. AutoiTa,k
of Cyru. W. Held.
But th moat Interesting new to our .asMrou Cam Cu
Ionian, am be mat R a are oaitj rooair tag oue
I Z3 W CrOOX i
Cotton rial iMlt,
I ranch Marlooa,
r roach filajaaiaa.
AO Wool d Laaao,
ka-, V, ALSO
2009 Yard Remnants of Priuts,
JWk oolo and aoaS ib'wrea.
Will be Ciad oa Wadoeaday 3.pt. Ifilh.
Come Early, eud saahS Good BvlecUont,
SMITH St LOCKVOOa
SepUuitwr, 9, ISSi,
I OCK lit KNIVES The 'lurgeoTtBd
S. heot acwrt.urat, to he fuml at
r.ii..i..-s jrwst.ar eroE. '
uitidij oiio or,.
iu: v. c. k. nntjcE, a. b.
Uwt. C. E. Barca,
tfiaa S. L.- Nikv
Mta Xtmna rot.
Mtoa l.rou I. WiMV.
Xiao V!". M. Ertieva,
The fVrmnl la FVe aR peT-ow of a r.lUMa reMI (
win.li the BnroMfh Mmtt, and the M Harriet atuud tbareu
lor SeKool pfpwn
Yxy wech etitb fear. Tua fee puaHrfrom abrVa4
WW be. . -
for Primary per ana, on
For IntermeiUu " ' -Oo)
For liigb tichool ' l, .
And pro rata r eneb term.
Tuition navahle In advance. ,
All appliuitiona ito adaiUaio to to Mtd to tt Bprln-
tetvbinu . - . .
Tbe Ht.mmer Tetm will eomwvw April 9 IWB. Tte Fall
Term rWtentor A, and the 1 Inter Term. January Ji0.
It la Mrhly tVairable that all r.np(la ehnn id bpin at tle open-
Inr of trmi. No pnplle out of the eillaro will to re-eM. mr
len pot bd llian mie tern and a Vdictiona for aWne et
cent In efte of etcHtiea or re xvi
"MOTICB. The Htateof Ohio, Ashtabu-
V la Cmintr, to.
Job. O. Orannh, anaoitor of)
bamu.l C. Ivaa, till, J la tha
Aaa MaJllw-. IM't )
Toorl of Colomon T1at
AabUb il Couotr, Ol-la.
Aaa Malllro, of tho st of Ka York, will toko nolle that
John C. OiTtinia, Knoeutur of Sumual C Irra, daoaad, did oa
Dth dajr or Hrnh-ml-ar, S. t if. OS, fil, h!i palllino in tKk t'onrt
ol Common 1'laaa witltln and tnr tlio Cr-unt; of A.litabula on4
In .aid nut of Ohio, acatnut tho raid An HtW. ratli(
fi,r1U thai tit an id Arm aiwllfr a.a hia pot to th aaid ana
a-l O. li-ra. In li la lira lima fnr tlvl; al.o that caid A.a Mat.
ttca araa IndrMad to th aald Jo on arroiint $:a, and tha th.
aam haa not boaa nai,l; tha .aid plalnttft, a. f,-h ai.rufM,
aka jud,mit ar,n.t aa:, d.lant for tU)-IO.wMa)
l,it.r.t from 8U-n.l.r Clh, lB.su. fald Aw tttle la rr
o,ulrd to apar and anawair aaH r.tll.,n on orbaTua ft. M
Satotdaj after tba Kth daj of Otlt-.-r nvit.
81IKIHIAV rM-W. '
Dated Sontaml Sth, W. T 4
G """"RAPES I GRAPE3 I For Sale '2000
Catabs and (hlla Omp Vloaa, raawkablf haalUi
and Tlgoroua, at to following ralaa i
S yearn old SltJ per hundred.
1 year n!d-$ 8 er hundred. '.
Vwejarkii but out oa favorable trrma.
R. r. E?f.IOV.
Madlaon, Uk Connty, O. Sept. 1, ISM... ,tM
nr. SAin r be extraiteo vtnuoi? pair w
th nae of Galraoiftn.
IiK. HCINB, Deutlat of AfltUHula. ha re lrd a Si
Oalvani'e Inatrument fr.im New York, and la now oretand t.
otTer hi patieut all the keuefita aiiwinr from thli fnventf in,
aaenrlnft them that it at perfectly ante, and free from-tno.
weakenint tfrta lumally Sillnwine thv aduilnbitariMg of vioer
The mode of applleatlot. ta almply in paaa Ihe entrant ear
rent through th tooth, and wtiii it 1 ia a aenuaibcd atata,
Ui tenth ia extracted.
In reeard to the above proeeaa, It may be well to etate, that
the Franalta Inatitnt. of Philadhta, avtr-oii.teW a eomniltte.
to tnvaiti9 it etahna, red front their report th following
rrtracta were taken.
"One hundred and htT-fV tenth Wat mtlatted io tht arte
onee of tb con nilttee.'
The nmniltt-r I aatttfled trora th. obaervatlon aad .Xf-o
rlenoa of ita aieni Lara, thnt in a large majority of eaara ot ex
tiartioo wttb lata apparatua, No rain Whatever la UA by th.
N B. reran wiahlng fa ororetonat aartee of tha wa
deraignoil, are requeatad to rail befur tha Araf of Octeeifr, aa
after that ht eipccU t be ahacDt ter tOBi. time
. ., T. JTCV.
Aahtabola, Atigtiat IS, 1S6S. ... 4Ci
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S S:.te of
Ilexl Kstate, A.tlituliula ConitutKk J'Vaa,
e-'rrderiek Kloaman, t . . .
va. Ordr of Sale? 1 L
Stephen r. .Vewtll,tt . .
BY V I UTU K of mi ortlrr f.f mbt rftily
laened from aaid Court In the above eaa to me directed,
I will eifer for aale In way of public auction at the door ol th.
Court llouae in Je.Tcrvon, Arhtahufa County, fl,;o, oa Mon
day, the 6h day of Sry-temher, ALU. 1S-, lietwren lhe hrMit
of 10 and Pmr o'clock of aaiit if. v. t!ir folli,g deaeribed
Real Estate, to wit : S'Hnate fa tflter townaoii of Aat.biHnU,
in tb Couoty of Ahtabu!a, and Slat ol nuin, ad batar
part of lxt No. 2. ao eal.e.1 wlileb la hounded aa ftvLawa l
North by land owned by E-lwia lie am, Swl by ,the tv of
the bunk, on tlit Went aide of Aalttabu lac. eek. VTeat by tho
.Tuniiike Hoed, ami "toiith br a line berraM to tit Xorth
line, and Are roda dietaut ttierefroni Aopnttrd at t'100,00,
eo va ,ut ar u imtnuv
jnly 30, IM. Maater ComwTrpK-lne
MASTER COM MJSSf ONER'S Sole, of
Real Estate, AsbUbuJ Cofnaeott Pleasy
Jane Term,18D8. , ,
Stephen FSfck "
ve. uraer ot paw ar awrrgeeear
Mkathaarbr,E) l J premiaaa,
BY VIRTUE of on ordor of sale, du
lr laaned from aald Conrt In the abort taae to ino dl
reeted,'lSlofler for tale by war of public aactlon at th.
done of the Tenet kotmnrm Afferaoa, Aahtabnla enuntvOhaa,
Womtave th Sth day of Aeoteniher, A. . la, bvtiMea
the hour oS 10 and foor o'elcrk of aald day, ike following
deaciiiwd Heal Eatate, to wit t Situate to th tiewuahip af
llarperaficld, oaunty of ArhtahuU, aod-ntato of Ohio, and la
known aa being part of !.nt, Not Wfr lb aald Ila.rrraftel4. 14
being th VTeat half of Midi P.nt, No, M. except what lie
8 th of the Hoadv rnnmnc aero" the South eod thereof,
and bo-ind'ed aa arllowj, to wit t North nn Lot Hn. 43: s mth
oo th entr of th. oad Eaat on the f'aat baif of aald Lot,
Ke. 6S, and Went on Lot No. 60, ountainine fnrte-Rie gre
of lnd, ba th aauw u-ort or kaat apprai! at fl, uer
acre. Wat. HKNDItY,
Jqly SOth. 2,Ti f a Maatar romn.iaaioner
SHERIFF'S SALE of Real Etai, Ash
tabula Common leasMaich Term, '5&.
Sanl rtamb Aaaig-M. of
E. Mill at Co.
L, 0. Johoaoo.
ai n r.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Alint Fieri
r ana, duly laaned from aald Conrt In tha bo e-ia, to
B directed, I will or for aale by way of public aucti-.a at
tlio door ol the Conrt her in Jafferaon, Ahtabula county,
Ohio, on Monday, the 23d day of Auruet, A. I. laat, between
the bow of 10 aad four e'eluok af aatd day, tbo Sillowing
doi Ibed Krai Katot. to wit: SituaU ta th tcwoahip of
Geneva, in the county of Aalittbula, and tba lUU of Oblo,
being io the Eiat part of anthin No. J, in taid townalilp, be
ginning about ten roda Eaat of th foutli-Eaat torner of
fleorg KWa land, running thence South ta the center of
the North KWf Itfwl. thenee Weal along tht enter of aald
rtldre Ibawl to tlie Kaat line of Salmon l.termonr't I And. thaore
North on aald I'evninnr'a laud U Uw booth lino of th aaid
Uoonre Knae'a land, thtiese (net to lb place of beginnlutveow
tali-ing thirty and one Invf, acre of land, being tl
aani lai d heretnf ire deeded by Anton Smith, In l.vi 0. John
, anving and Kening tbe-efnr one and on fourth. (1 )
acre of land, aitnat on the paid North Kidge. near 'ht wa
ter o thoahor deer rl bed tract, deeded to I.wh A. Oaytbrd,
wflh th appurtenance. Appraiecd at .
WM. HENDRY, Sheriff.
Jeffor on, Jnly tM, t.'.t, J l;90 4tS
M ASTER CO M MISSION E U' Bale of
Real E,tnte, Ashtahnla Commoir fleas;
JnueTurm. 18S8. ,.
Knoutsn of T. C. Sir vena,
va. Order ot Sain.
Aignfua Rrrtiforaew, e al J
BY VIRTUKof ouor.le' of sale, dnly
Innrd from aaid I'-oari la the adaav eaae, to aaa directed,
I will offer Sir aale by way af puttie audian at the door af th.
Court llouae in JvtSerantv ' Aahtakul. County. Olub, on Mow
day, th Cth dj of September. A. D. 144. hrtweea tb heur
of 10 and four o'e'ock of aald day. th foltoarntg deaci ibed
Ileal Eatale, to wit l Situate In the townahip of Uenar,
Conuty of Aahtabula, and State of tihio, and ia hounded and
deacrilw4 aa follow, t. wit : Known aa being in lot .No. I,
in great Wt oo J, in aaid Towoaliio, rwmmeaciug at the giwlh
Wvat corner of a lot af land owned by Win. Tattle, nnd ar
ticled to I. French, running North ant hundred and lety
fcar feet, (lot feet.) then Waal an bnndn d nnd twenty
Sv feet, imiret,) to land owned ky J. J. Kd.nn, thnr
Sooth to th Ridge Rnnd, an hundred and nloetr fret, (in
Set,) thane Eaat W fret to th place of beginnlne-, npon
which lot la la vara houaa and barn. Apprale4 at 43000,00
Jnly SI. ISiS. f-3,00 4.10 Special Ma.ter Comnilealoner
Atwater' Premium .
Si K & $25 Setting Machines-Patcnt'd
A t) MAY Mh, lttoS. .......
Tli. eubacrlhcr having purchAaed th right to thla towaahia
la th above Maotiine. takea thla BMtbod to let there wiehinr
to imioliaae know, wlier tliey eon get tu heat family Machii t
now in ua, and m-ould aay that ha will dllrrr put up, aad
warrant every Machine b lla la ba perfect in. all tta part,
aad aa lliere ha recently Loea on a two linprnvemonU naula
In thte Machine, w beiiavo It now ttaAda without a rltaL and
ia juat what every taaniy aeeda.
It waa awarded Ui Fir at Pnnilum at Hi V. Tt tl rah-,
bald at Boflalo Oet. Sth 1K6J, tu, it bimplicily, Durability'
Cajiaclt.r, and l'raetical Utility. . T
etlneen, and Wh'.r WUwa high artced Vachlnrg
wr In eooipotition.
Th above Mach'n aaa ht area and teeted at tht reaMewea
Of tlx auhaerlber, where ha will U happy 1 wail on ny wb
Duty favor him with a ealL Eltra Nredie kept on baud Ra
th aoconuuodation of tho who may nd. Krahlenc oa
atn-at, arnr the Ejjicn Cbarca. r. E. UALh.
Arhtabnla, Aug. X'th, loea.
'VOTICK. Gilbert J. Mcfsinnl'--V
av Irani s ia uotificd that Oeliaaa, A. Wn.h.u. did a 111 lath
day ol Augtut, A. It. IH-, hi hrtitiito In Ciu emra-of the
t lark of lb Court of Common FU-aa, withla and fnr tha
Couoty of Aahtabula, tad Mat at tlbin, cliarving ta 04
IW.imA. 1 ll.nl... lk .....l.l., ....I. , ...
- i ui in,. w w , v. niw, anc riaw o aaa-:
cruelty, and groae neglect of duty, ayd aakyig IbAl aV rVar
t divorved ttotm aaid libirt J. Mnabu, au Su- eluxvuViri
wiucn Mtntnn win atano tor neartng at ihe acu tatui of Conrt.
Dated UiU 1Mb day ut Aiicuat, A. ft. lSiS. V
. JiEl.lbMA A. MKRSHAK, by
ttSS Slxmtan k farmer. hr Alt .'
N MANHOOD. A medi cal rsay on
aal, ewtar ami riaai car SpcraaaaenrA .
C, nulaoaK Ht net udaraal aWicinaa, taaiaar
atalara, er aay awoaaaicaf afyimaw.
Jutr PrLiiH(D, tht ttb adithm. I ald tprrlop. grt.H
aon man, in any adnrana, poet-veHL tan recoil w a
Thll little work, aoianallog from eelebrated matkl of th
me-lloU prohoMa, glioall uioat important (i.l. n i" ' V"n over
publikbed to ail pmiuu oUrtauuot uui,. of i " phjaioal '
eouditia, or alio ar oneciuu of hawi'g baiaided theit
health eod baiiplneea oeuteiiilng th particular af aa via
tltely new and iei!aot reutedy fc,r HpowaHMirhu-n or Hvvitnal
V, lrl,tlllv. Nervouanvaa, He,ta.t. a ul rl'lrto. Irw
ol t.uervr. Inuue, 1 liuKllly, In. in ui.lery Sen.loal iechig
e., Iu.-ir1 M,i!,l and !,-i....rv, Hi.,'il e "d Pliupl on th
of tb lt..! ', ltt..ei"g Impolaaey aud
menial -d pl,.l. jj I J , by Mteaaa Uf ohich VTT oa.
mar oil Ii!.,h.i! pil.t,.ai..tlalritnig tAptna.
o. ftta llelt.-eatlon. I'elt.lWliea Ol -e neH e amy
JT Wife I r . il. J. V r,l Aiu, tor llh
atr,u hao Vura; Kwl t"'. '-"i- o.
.1 Uf! V (.HA N Cltl'K!.S,
.Grape Viue aud
for aale bv
ti 0. C, UCUDAKCk.