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LIST OF PREMIUMS
LIST OF PREMIUMS FOR THE
Second Annual Fair of the Ashtabula Farmer's
Second Annual Fair of the Ashtabula Farmer's Club.
TO DE HELD AT ASHTABULA.
On Tuesday & Wednesday, Oct. 5th & 6th.
Class I. Farms, Gardens, Lands, &c.
?-. x fc'l '.. s "' 'tin 25 c:ea ' . ' 1"; '-'
V jp.VwS via
i . -ii bu.; : r j do
; C'i'.in'(';.v F Car'U,1o, ?tr fWfmaa and
Wal.bai.M IVowo. ,
Class II Farm products.
Ken. ia TtftC '
.An-a corn '
Unit luifchc! fc'nff-r hrnl
do Sjirii.g woe!
bnfllx:! 8eiJ beans
acre SHffiir cne with sample :.
Commit tee Buckley IIutbar4. ' sTosiah Al
ien and Charles Walktr.
Class III. Garden Vegetables.
12 fare pwti-e corra do
J blood beet do .
9- turnip bee do
V parsnips- . !
9 rassia ttirn'ps. d
9 flat tnrnirt do
6 TPg-i'tabla oysfcai do
4 heads oabhnfr 'do
3 heads cauliflower do
3 TCjjatable eggs do
Foe onions do
Tocls sweet potato . r
8 g'jiiutihps d
6 stalks pi plants ' do
Irg9st naikty gnefc vegetables do
t'Rtoiittoe li C. Root, Win. Mann, J. II.
Woodtnaa. .'. : . ; ' ,
Class IV. Horses.
Stallion 4 years old or over $ Diploma
fci!!io veaaa old ' 'k do
E?twilIior.j2 yes old ' "1 do i
JStallioo.t'ot stack o sWwn ly
CU ; .; 3 : ; dO.- .
STrcod nwrca and colt . 2 do
Brood mare f ", I . do '
Sacking colt .;, ; j,. ' 1 d
Yearliog colt ' , ' - . I dk ,
Eiugle carriage fcorse or mar : 1 . do' t
Matched horses or mares J i .
, Farm horse - ,' .. , ' j . do ,
Committee D. W. Gerry, PWlaado Knapp
aud O. B. Henderson.
Class V. Cattle.
ball over ? jears old
j'.eat boll oer 1 ret aid
. Ket fcuil calf ...
Ucst heifer 3 rears old
2 - dip
1 - dip
do 2 years old
do -. 1 year old -do
- ' ealf - 1
Ten 4 yenriings - c , ,
. do calves ... . . .
Corr. mi ttte Isaac B. Siereos, R IIutchiusoLr
Was. Nettlutos and . II. French. !
Class VI. Oxen, Steers and Cows.
. Fair work exra , ?Z . CI
Pair S year old steers, broke Z dip
Pair 2 .,' : J da ' I . ' din
Pair 1 . do .1 dip
raie calves . , 1 . dip
10 yoke from one township 5 dip
o yoKe oxen and steers irom . . . t
Fat cattle -
Pair fat oxen 2 1
Fat bollock , v ' ' 1 .' . dip
Fat cow dip
JMdICD CCW ' 1 dip
Committee Obed DibbeJ, Timothy Strong,
IX. Caldwell andJAaron Fklds.
Class VI. Oxen, Steers and Cows. Class VII. Sheep.
j-.creic one jreas oi ' z aip
Jtuck lamb L dtp
3 ewea over 1 year old . I " dip
Pen 4 lambs 1 dip
Pen 5 fat sheep -3 1
Committee Heart Bksris. John MarGn and
Class VIII. Swine and Poultry.
Boar over on yew eld 12 dip
Bow and pig 2 dip
Pen pigs over three saeDtha eld 2 . dip
Coop shanghai fowls dip
do dorluoa " 4m
d baotaaa- dip
Pair gt(cs9e , '. dip
Fair lurkeye dip
Ftiir docks dip
fjcbibiuoo Doaltrv owned bv ex-
Committee Collins Welmore, W. L. Bimous
and Joel CUleW v .
Class IX. Farm Implements.
prodnct . ' fl ;
Plow oe green award plowing 1 ,
I Tow tot stubble ylowiug, 1
Harrow ' '
Broad cast sower
Roller ... ...
Cultivator ' - 1
6 scythes od snatia- 1
Gram eradte . : 1
6 hand hay rakes'
6 rho vela and spudeo
C bay and maoace forla
Cora shel!r 1
Threshki selaia 2
Horse power . 1
Fanning mill ,
Block null I
Cooking stovo 1
Parlor store 1 .
Bamplo tin ware . i
Kaile cooper work 1
Sample taming 1
Trial of sewiug machines n-
dtr the charge of J. Gilford 2. I
Comajittee Edwia Harmon, Xormaa Sey
moor and L. P. blakesiee.
Class X. Wagons, Carriages and Harnesses.
Farm and road wagon f2
Double pleasure cariae 2 '
Fiuglo pL-ttoure carriage 1
Wheel barrow . 50c
Hot farm aud road haroeai 1 -
fc'ot carriage hsroeas 1
Siugla taxDCsa . , . , j 1 ,
B'jiis adii! aaJ btiiil ,1
J.tty'i gadile aud bridle ' 1
Committee L. U.'Kellogg, A. 0. Fiek and
James MetcalC : .,, .. ; ,
Class XI. Boots, Shoes and Leather.
T't stcga hoots .
1'air Cue boots
I'uT lu Jy's gaitsrn
do si t-pors
1 i.I tK.I S Oil CUUC9
2 Si ' J"?T llliiLof
2 i. tioiu Uittuer
e: La harreaj feather
'I Cn.' l'li! '8 tons
3 . jlf suius , "ip
3 i'urfx-co dsj n'.ecp r.ins dip
t'-r!rt,iUawlL C. Tuuiha, Ljbibd Cwtbs
2. V!. Iloikisiit
Class XII. Fruit.
V :...- J ? . . . Jr..
. : a; " p
io r.v-ui.s d.p
1 ) f t pMplS ?:P
C ) I' it,.0la tr p ' J
'.! o. her Tin u-t;rj tupfs dp
dn q .iiiro . ( f d
d. p uwborife d.p
'in, blarkt'frriea -
Commiitee A Raymoni!, Isaac Hubbard,
Mrs. G. 0. Hubbard and Mrs Mary Collins.
Class 13. Dairy Products.
3 common ckcem $3
da over or year
PI i kin or crock batter ot less
than 30 Hs 2
IPff. oew butter I
Committee 3. R. Wells. W. C. Savaire aud
fin. 1). Dubois.
CZus XIV. llrtvd. Sugar, Prrirtrrt f-e.
Sack wheat flour
Loaf wheat kircud
I !b sugar from cuue
10 lbs maple sugar
Box or jar hoiu-y
Sample dried peaclirs
Largest and best variety pickles,
60e i dip
preserves and dried fruit
Committee 3. 8. Fassett. EL H. Robert.
Mrs. H. Fassett, Mis. W. Mann aud Mrs. B.
Cts AT. tol'arl tnrr, fc.
Sofa or tete tcte do
Sett chairs do
Rocking chair " do
Bedstead . do
Lounge . , do
Extensidh table do
Clothes bar do
Exhibition from one shop SI do ,
Ptutarte ...... 1 do
Melodeons .. .1 do j
Organs 1 ;, do '
Violins v .50 ; do
Committee Geo Willard, 8 A Ferrifio, A F
Class XVI. Domestic Manufacture.
Jo white finDiiel
do colored do
do blanket ' ,
Pair woolen hose
do worsted do . ...
do woolen socks
do do mittens
Liuen table spread
Pair linen hose
SOc , Diploma
50 , ' do
50 , o
50 ' do
10 yds broadcloth or cassimcre
do white flannel
do colored do
2 lbs stocking yarn
Wool blsuketa ' :
Foreign fabrics, price to be riven. Any man
ufactured articles, or any ready made clothing
and the like from anr store or shop, may be en-
lerea in ibis class, premiums to be nominal.
Comm t'ee 8 Hall, Mrs Z Dennison, Mrs J
II Woodman, Mrs J A Prentice, Mrs F Car
lisle. ' ' .
Class XVII. Fancy Needle Work, &c.
Ladies dress 50c Diplora
Child do - 50 do j
Embroidered skirt . 50 do
Cbilds do do 5o' do ,
Eoibroidered collar aod sleeves 50 . do ,
do sJiiiper do
Crochet collar ; do i
do tidy . do ;
Lamp mat -do
Worsted embroidery . o
Chenille do do
Silk bonnet 50 do
Straw do 50 do
Lace cape .do
White quilt do
Patch work : do
Quilt skirt' do
Committee Mr L Tvler. Mrs L Tyler, Mrs I
Class XVII. Floral Exhibition.
Vai iety dahlias
Display honse plants
do wax flowers '
do worbted do
do paper do
Hair wreath "
Corrnrt'ec Mn James Reed, Mrs TJ E Par
sons, Mrs II C Tombes, Mrs Haskell. . .
Class XIX. Fine Arts, Ornamental work, &c.
Landscape do .
Case wax fruit
Watches and jewelry
Caw stuff birds
Committee (3o Hall, Mr James ReeJ, Mrs
A Hendry, Mrs J V Hulbert, Mrs 8 Halt
We nndeia.aiid the prevalence of poc'
et book, cut open and mo teylew, revealed
ny me removal or seats and tables on the
Fair Gronuds was perfectly astouuding.
These empty and sadly disfigured leathern
receptacle! ere nmtc yet eloquently 'mel
ancholy tourtiurt of the prevailing pres
ence of tikkpockets os the occasion of the
Fair. It is supposed that a great deal of
the pickpocketing was done by abandoned
females, as the greater number of the dis
mantled pocket-books found as shove stat
ed, were secreted beneath the ladies' range
oi aeais wuerc men were UUDarred of ac
cess. SanJiitAg lift;.
New Haven is in danger of being shorn
of ber glory. The long row of venerable
ire ea waich hare given br the Dame of
the City of Lima,'' are dyiogt from the
poisonous vapor that escape from the leaky
gas pipes. No less than twenty fine trees,
many of the a quarter of a century old,
have roceutly been killed from t'lis cause
on Woofer Place alone. ., i
T7e noticed rajs the Bridpenort. Ton 1
Standard, in Maiket, a beautilul living Sil
ver Eel, whioh was caught with a hook off
Moutaak Foiut. . He measured four fwt in
length, erd ten iuches in circumfereuce
and weighed eight pound and a quarter.
Cell's Life ii London pronouuee Mr,
Morpny, the A nieriean chess playtr a phe
noooenca, and says ha has plared cohkucU
wiua all a ho have daped pre6eflt thtai-
sclves, aod hi crer has so far leeu one
of otiinilr I triumj.il. iatinton, the ilaus
p:on of Lnftlih jiluyrs, has thus f.tr ev-d".-4
?.lorj.iiy' challenges, and evidently
ds tot w'uh to eucoudtcr ttia. - '
Satur Jitj Jltniilug;, 8rp(. 25, IZ'tSi
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Juk 0 Ut 8iriu Cmr.
WILLIAM V. TECK, of Scioto.
WILLIAM I). THRALIj, of Franilln
ciiiusToriiER r. wolcott,
. t Boawitl
Nraibtr of BirJ of ISibU Woriu,
JOHN L. MARTIN, of Eatlcr.
For MfmUr ot OottfrrvM,
JOnN HUTCIIIN3, of Trumbull Co.
BUSIINELL, of Jefferson.
J. C. A.
CI. W. ST. JOHN, of Morgan.
NOAU IIOSKIN, of Jefferson.
Dlmtor of toSraiu;,
ISAAC B. STEVENS, of Ashtabula.
For the Telegraph.
Ohio State Fair.
Of this, as a whole, it is not easy to write. It
is necessarily a complex concern, aud its re
sults, when put in the best form, eqnivocal.
A lew characteristics of the one just held may
be set down here, and more (n tBf way of details
and general observations will follow as soon ss
time and will allow. -
THE LOCALITY AND SITE.
It was located at Sandusky in order to ac
commodate the central and north-west section.
of the State, and because the railroads pointing
and terminating there would bring in stock for
exhibition, easily, and a multitude to sco the
show. All this was accomplished except bring
ing the crowd; and it is now demonstrated that
unless the fair is held where the immediate pre
cinct can furnish a large attendance, the people
am not be there. . Sandusky itself is a small and
waning place, while it ha literally nothing in
the way of suburbs, and the avenues Jeading to
it plunge through swsmps and waste.
The site wss beautiful, and nearly every way
fitting, and the scenery fine as any absolutely
level landscape, main y wild, can be.
Were well designed, and nearly complete, and
were .more commodious and full than at any
former fair. The expense was some three thous
and-dollars less than usual, though reaching a
respectable figure not under six thousand. A
system of water works precisely similar to that
at Cleveland was got up for the occasion, aud
by the board, and iced water furnished freely
to the crowd. The ladies of the place volun
teered to do the work of decorating Floral Hall,
which was a vast space, elaboratety filled with
evergreen ornaments. ....
Made by the officers were well planned, and gen
erally well carried out, especially the police de
partment. No dram selling was allowed near
the grounds, and drunkenness was of course
scarce, while pickpockets received very special
sttention. By some nnseen process the census
of these worthies was soon taken, and amounted
to some sixty or more, a representation of whom
were collected at the police stations, under keep
ers. ' .
Was, on the whole, largo and superior, though
some of the lesser departments full below a good
show in a county, or even a spirited township
fair. The stsple of our own county were not
represented at all, though some of our veteran
dairy men sent forward a fine lot of cheese, iu
good season, but it fuiled to arrive. That part
of the show would have been well equipped but
for that mischance.
By the addition of the whole Cosmopolitan
collection, which was done for advertising pur
poses, the Fine Art show was much enlarged
possibly improved; bat there were still want
ing some of the gems of our recent county ex
hibition. Not a case of wax fruits or flowers.
and bot a single piece of hair work, and that
indifferent. Floral Hall was a wilderness of ev
ergreen, with not enough of cultivated blooms
to alleviate the strong aroma of cedar and pine.
Fruits were there in moderate plenty, bat
tbey did not represent the fruit'product of Ohio
as it is; they were placed there by foreign
nursery men, to advertise their trade.
The great features of the. fair were the shows
of stock aod farm implements, and that was all
as it should be. .
wish of the managers. Pobably forty thous
and people attended the fair, and on Thursday
the crowd reached twenty-five thousand. Rail
road trains curried immenso loads, hotels and
some private booses overflowed, but the filling
up by a borne population was not accomplish
ed, for that did not exist. Ferhaps rainesville
or any Lake shore village might gather as good
an attendance, if the people but felt the near at
traction. All aho atteoded had to "put money
in their purses," and a brief sojourn among the
hospitable Encs, under the system of increas
ed rates, served to relieve them rapidly of any
The necessity of the crowd is tho only gusge
adopted by publicans, either regular or im
promptu, and in the use of this rule the Sauduz-
kiaos proved themoelve sufficiently dexterous."
Were, some of them, exciting, and in two or
three ioataoces unpleasant aud disastrous, Wed
nesday, after a gale which demolished a large
tut covering one department of the exhibition,
a heavy ran continued two or three hours, and
till the crowd were forced to disperse. Thurs
day the rain wa repeated; both days it occur
red when the attendance wa at its height.
A spirited bors raa away, frichtened by the
glviog out of one wheel of a gossamer sulky, and
dashed through the crowd, injuring several per
Were satiafsctory to some interested, aod nto
ally to a majority of spectators! but as all could
oot ihlue, and but few win, the dUappoluted
ones were iil-plsased, and the judges sod loan,
gerr wre saEr.iently dunounced. . , , j
The driving nd riding were spiritedly per
formed, and doubtless interestics" to those who
looked on, sad to the actors) but the ladic' rv
ding did not draw, aui the luference is at least
allowable hat it ptUed a Urger number than
were attracted by it
It was D)un8);eJ M.'iiuly r-y tito cit"'i,, eml
itiey iiij not surf rej liig-it.ing an altT lance
of ei'it thouund within the ground on that,
the rli-ssantriit dr of the fuir. and the most ln-
tcrcating lu soma other respect. The pecunia
ry interest of the management wss wounded by
this piece of mistaken policy, and tho total re
ceipts did not quite come np to the expenses ot
the fair. No attempt was made to hare an ad
dress, nor any pnblio declaration of the rccults.
At this conclusion of a great and expensive
fair.it is legitimate to orgs the attention of tho
people to th?fr county and local fains as in the
main more agreeable, and less expensive by far,
while the interest in then ran and should be
made to embrace oil the people; as they are de
signed to improve by their teachings those who
seldom go beyond the sphere of their constant
duties, and alio of all v. ill best apply in practice
what they learn by seeing.
The most interesting piece of Informntion
by the last Europeau arrival concerns the
Atlantic Cable, which ceased to give intel
ligible signals, It seems, on the morning of
the 3d inst., from some unexplained cause.
It was, however, thought by those most
likely to kuow that-the difficulty was at the
shore end pear Yelentin. Engineer Bright
had received the honor of knighthood, and
a great Atlantic Telegraph banquet, at
which the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland was
present, lind taken place at Killarney.
The telegraph between England, aud the
channel islands had been formerly opened.
The Russian squadron at Amoor River
wns being reinforced. More of the effects
of religious fanaticism in the East are re
ported. At Aleppo and Tripoli a terrible
panic had prevailed, resulting iu the de
struction of tho former place by the Mus
Demise of the British East India Company.
'The famous East India Company is finally
extinct. All the authority it possessed was, ou
the first of this month, transferred to the . Brit
ish Crown, and Victoria is to day as fully the
Qaeen of India as she is of Scotland or Ireland;
more fully thau she is of Canada, where hersub
jects are entrusted with large powers of self
government, for which the, people of tho East
are unfitted. Whether the eveut is as great a
oue as the Brititb press and public seem to con
sider it, the future only cau disclose. Accord
ing to present appearances, India, nnder the im
mediate rule of the British crown, may be des
tined to a long career of improvement and qui
etness. Its people may bo more wisely cared
for; justice may bo more fairly administered;
the introduction from the west of our innumer
able applications of science to the industrial
arts, may quicken intelligenoe and arouse stag
nant energies ; aud the East may, at last, after
centuries of lethargy, enter on a career of pro
gressive civilization. Every philanthropist will
at least hope that these will be the results ol
the change, and that vast and populous empire
will catch something of the enterprising spirit
of western nations, and diffuse it over a quarter
of the globe which was a cradlo ea" the human
However this may be, it cannot bo denied
that the East India Company, which has just
expired, has mado a great figure in the history
of the world. The acbievment of this band
of traders are among tho mighties oot record.
From the possession of a mere trading port, a
century and a half ago, they have added con
quest to conquest, till at the surrender of their
power into the hands of the Queen, they have
given up the control of a seventh part of the
whole population of tho globe. Those con
quests, which have been achieved by 'slcn-'er,
and apparently inadequate means, are the fruit
of energy, enterprise, valor, aud skillful manage
ment which have hardly a parallel in ancient or
Russia axd China. While the Western
Powers have been compelling the Chinese
to treat, Russia has accomplished her ends
without expense or bloodshed. It appears
that Gen Monuvirr concluded a treuty
with the Chinese on the 16th . of May, in
Mongolia, by which Russia became undis
puted mistress of tho Amoor River, and
that Count Pultiatin has made another at
Tien-sin, by virtue of which all the harbors
of, China are open to Russian trade, and
she has quietly succeeded in obtaining the
same commercial privileges won by Eng-
laud and France after a costly war.
Mr. Q. Q. Wakkfiki.d, of Gustavus, Trumbu'j
County, exhibited, at the fair in this County
some SneDevons, pure bred, from recently itn
ported stock. These animals were regarded as
worthy cf first premiums in their class, and the
, .... ...
juugea so awarded, an round. Ity some error
they were not properly reported in the printed
list, and this correction is now made iu justice
to Mr. W'and to his stock, which, by compar
ison with the premium auimals in that class at
the State Fuir, (where they were very numer
ously represented,) are fully up to the standard
of breeding, and worthy the attention of farm
ers in this region. Oue or two of these animate
are for sale. A flue grado cow, shown by Mr.
W, very naturally took the first premium in ber
class, and she may be pointed out with confl.
dence a a superior animal, produced by judi
cious crossing of the two prominent breeds o f
improved stock. .
Our friend of the Trumbull County Democrat
manifests some apprehension lest we should have
somo "sore-heada" to care for in this Congres
sioual District We have never had our placid
ity of mind disturbed by this consideration, and
think there is no occasion for apprehension on
the part of our democratic friends, now. '. We
will, at any rate, agree to take care of this mat
ter, if the editor of the Democrat will pledge
himself to finish the task he began last week, of
overcoming the icrvpUt of delicacy and modesty
of the gentleman designated by the Democratic
Convention, about the matter of letting his name
be used a a candidate. The position in ahich
he finds himself so uuexpectedly, and on bis part
to reluctantly, placed, we can readily conceive,
must be exceedingly embarrassing, and painful
alike to him, a w assure our editorial brother,
it is to us. Locoroco scruples arising from a
qoautum sufficit of modesty and reluctance to
accept office, is always painful to us, especially
to young aspirant. That ho should have per-
oeived this, aod so promptly aod earnestly en
ter ad open the work of relief; is commeudable
to hiui, aod not a little refreshing to a. -
The store of W. S. IIciiBtix, at Kings
viile, was broken open one night last week,
and cloths valued at $150 carried away.
AnxraTiU-tHto or n;1? Abu-tabula (.'or
rr aoicuiti-hal rot-iitTT At the rrroting
held at the Court Home, f?ept 8lb, 1 P r 3, the
following officers were elected for the ensuing
year: rrendeit, Shelbv 8utth, cf Inoi;
f tee rrrndent, Joshua Fonss, jr., ofWavnei
ijeerttary.V. G Calxihs. ofPlymoulb; Trtai-
urtr, N. E. Fmtucti, of Jefferson; Managm,
Esastus Hulstt, Conneaut, J. P. Jsnwino
Plymouth, Harrison Loojiis, Jefferson, Calvin
DoDoe, New Lyme, Gaixsha Cash, Windsor;
MarAaU, M. W. Watuiir, Kingsville! aud R.
. Fillmorb, New Lyme. -
The following rule was adopted, viat All pro
miums not called for within a year from the time
or holding the fair, shall be held as douated to
the society. 1 .
A committee was appointed to revise the rules
of the Society, composed of Jsrrmiah Doooa
N. L. CHAFFER, and C. G. CALKINS.
C. G. CALKINS, Sec'y.
WasTccx Hmkrvij Horse Breedkrs' Asso
ciation. At a meeting, held at Ravenna, Por
tage County, Ohio, 00 Saturday, September
18th, 1858, for the purpose of establishing a
Western Reserve Horse Breeders' Association
and Annual Exhibition, it was resolved, after or
ganizing the soc'ty, to bold a Horse Fair at Ra
venna, or some other place suitable, on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday 19tb, 20th and 21st
of October, 1858. Among the officers we no
tice the names or Abel Krcm, of Cherry Val
ley, E Nlwtos, of Canfield, Mahoning County,
R. Hitchcock, of Painesvilio, Vice Praulentt,
and L. Perkins, of Painesville, and E. 0.
IlcBDARD, of this place, on the Executive Com.
millet. Cyrus Prrntiss, of Ravenna, is tho
President of the Society.
The past week has been active iu all depart
ments of the dry-goods trudo. Silk fabrics, of
desirable, styles and qualities, aud nearly all
kinds of dress goods, are in good demand , at
Steady prices. Staple silks are very firm.
Woolen and cottou goods of foreign manufac
ture are weak iu price, und comparatively dull
with an over supply in market. Ribbons have
been sold to somijcxtcut, but we canuot report
much firmness or steadiness in price. , Somo old
stock has appeared, and some of the ucw im
portations are of old manufacture, the European
owners Beading tbeif old stock hero for sale.
Thus there is a supply of old fancy atylcs out
of date. . The best part of the demand is the
plain styles.' French shawls sell well at fair
prices. Merinos acd delaines of good quality
aro in good request, especially the former, which
have revived in the public taste this fall, as co m
bining durability with gentility. All French
goods, staple aod otherwise, of good qualities,
and dress goods of uew styles, are the favorites
of the market. The jobbers aro very busy.
This week is the busiest of the season. Do
mestic goods sell well. Prints of showy styles
sre in large supply, to 'which the demand is
scarcely equal. The improved demand for me
rinos injures that for wiuter, priuts. Wooleus
are less active, excepting fancy cassimeres, and
of these the supply is large. It is buly the best
styles that command steady prizes.
The dry-goods importations of last week
equaled iu value those of the corresponding
week of last year, but consist mostly of silk
and woolen goods few cottou or linen goods
arriving. The importations of general mer
chandise are ouly $200,000 loss than te same
period last year. JV. Y. Independent. .
Ballooning. Some thrilling stories are in
circulation, about an aeronaut named Thurston,
wbo started from Dotrot, and after aligning aud
dctacking tho car and cordage from the balloon,
in an attempt to secure it it, was taken off, aud
00 tidings have yet reached his friends of his
Another story is, that an ascension was made
at Centralia, 111., at the State Fair, and that the
aeronaut landed some ten mils distant, fastened
the balloon to a fence and weut in search of
refreshments, aud a couple of youngsters find
ing the vehicle in readiness for a trip, stepped
iu, and losed the moorings, and were soon out
of the reach of help, and their fate, like that of
the Detroit adventurer, is wrapped iu mystery!
An extra issued by the Centralian Press
Mr. Wilson who went cp in a balloon
from the Fair Grounds yesterdy, landed
near a residence of a Mr. Harvey about
seventeen miles cast of this city. While
Mr. W. was temporarily absent from the
balloon, two of Mr. Harvey's sons ono
Rged eight and the other four-and a half
years were accidcntly carried away, help
less waudrcrers in the nppor air. The par
ticulars Of this sad affair, by Mr. Wilsjn
himself, ore as follows :
Curiosityled the futheT and others, who
gathered around, to trifle with the balloon
by allowing it to float as high as the cords
would permit, aud finally they were impru
dent enough to let tho boys get into the
car, aud float up and down when, sudden
ly, the cords were taken from their hands
and the balloon, withjihe children iu it, es
caped. This occurred about dark last
night, and tho fate of the little boys is not
A minor is afloat that they were seen
at about ten a. u. to day some ten miles
west of this place at an elevation of about
half a mile. Hut np to this time (7 p. u.)
their fate remains a mystery.
The Coolie Trade. The Daniel Web
ster arrived at New York on Monday, and
brings news from Havanna to the 8tb inst.
Coolies were being landed in large number?,
and a fearful mortality existed among them.
Dutch ship coming from Swatow lost
two hundred and ten on the voyage and
when about to set ou shore the remainder
three bnndred and seventy-eightwere
dying at the rate of sixteen daily. '
Amkricam Nominations i Massacuusbtts.
Tbe Amcricau of Massachusetts have beld tbeir
mate Convention. A ticket was formed, with
Amo A Lawkknce, of Drookliue, for Governor,
IvcaEASB BuMNsa, of Great Bariugton, for
Litut. Goveruor ; B. L. Allen, of lioston, for
Becrelary of State A. G. Uvdeswood, of
Miirord Treasurer; Cba-ndles R. Ra.isom, of
Uozbury, for Auditor; and A. A. Ricumonp, of
Adam lor Attorney Geueral.
arThe Keutuvky Coufurences of tbe M. Ea
Cburcb, (doiub) at tbeir recent session at Mill
ersburg, rati&ud by a vote of 36 agaiust 24. tbe
action of the General Coufereuce iu Natuviile.
ezpuugiug lie rule aguiost tbe "bujiujj and
selliug ofuieo womeu aud cbildreo."
far Oo Tuesday, aays tbe N. V. Trifitotr,
William B. AsToa called on tbe Hecfiver, aud
after paving about 8-5.U00 ou personal estate,
tendered bis check for 60,00, tbe atnouut of
oo bis real estute.
ie Putnct Court couveued at Jcffer
sou on Mondar.
Hew Goods Vail Curplieii.
W 15K.NIIAM. Jr., has Inst received
"v i.w V , A Ur ,S writ MloctoS Inrolo of.
fioasooabl. ry Qoods,
Groceries, Crockery iu,d Gla.s-wnre, Look
i"g Uiasses, &C., &o, . ,
' 'u.-nuwi unturpiuuwd la
Amount, Variety, Excellence and Cheap-,,.
.At 1 m 1. ...
, w Kwpr. ap 10 uit wmiu or lh- Cemi-
and (ratiiM, with II Mm apUU uta t,Ki i,imtl , in tlm
AfISS A. E, SALISBURY.
.Vs- wprtftillT nnonii(wi to Urn OlUem of A1I1 tabula and
. iuuhj, .111 uu u OMlroui or obtaining
-A- OlstEss xx JVZwmtla,
ithroa Ui PIANO FOItTg or WXI.ODEO.V. Httlut ten
ttlil Hi lmln,.IUn n it.. V a a 1 . . .
w ui HI WCIl tCKCIlwr iu
New Ilaven, Connecticut and New York,
und fclm hftvtni
ivln lid cnllcrWo piloeo trtrW, h
rif fully enmjHtent tn do Julir to nT, who nay
anuer hr chu-ro. Alio will alo trrti
b plcil anuer ber chirr. Alio will tm tnrh
t 11 o r o v a 11 n a s .
to thoM who my dlr. Poomt t tho rISK HtifSK. 487
rUNNER on the FAIR GROUND
-S-' Tho Subrri!xr hsrlnr ftrmnrrd with tho offtrort In
iiaiiAjrmnt ol tho Towmhip fair, will get np OB tt
Grenada, at a rcuooablt ntt,
A Dinner, on Wednesday, the 6th,
lot UiOM in attendance, wlio mar dctire rrfrfrhmtnti.
Jtklabtla, Stf. tXd, 1S5R.
fN, TAKEN UP by the subscriber
vr between the 5th and 10th September
luuui, a dark bay yearllnr mar colt, with a white aiot on
wir lumurau. me owner u requested to pro-re prnpertr, pa
eharfroe, and take It away. v. W. WHITIM). '
aarbrook, Sept. 20, IMS
Mai 11 la Tnwneend 1
THE said Homer Townspiul is herebv
nntlflcd that Uie Plaintiff. Marllle Towmend on the SOth
Bay or September, MM, Sled her petition in the Court of
Common fleea, in the Con.,ty of Ashtabula, and State of
vu, .....c.u pr-ymK , ot oiroroed from aald Defendant, and
,b.....B lu. miuui vmnn ror more than three yeari.
KIMOVIl'4 A f'.nu-ri I '
' Attorneya Ihr Plaintiff.
A Hear Yet Hear Ye I
XXI.L TIIOHE IN WANT OF BOOTS and 8HOES, will
UW fCt I WJ CatM IUB
Boot and Shoe Store, of D. Phillips,
belore pniehaetag elacwhero, If you Bar got the lit AD Y
ra iot aim, u not, you can go eiaewoere, ea ne la ooter
mloed to aril for Ready Pay, aud nothing elue. Moat kiadt of
produce taken la exchange for Root and Shoe. The eub
acrtber has reduced hifpilcee to correspond with the times.
and Is bound sot to be undersold. His work ia got op out of
n wj aieva, sua ae weu niaoe ae any wore yoa wul ana la
- The County or Stale, ;
and he Is bound to sell It aa cheap, If not cheeper, than yon
can purchase Eastern work, for his Ilastern work be wiU Mil
cneaper, tuan can be bought in town elsewhere.
uoi lonrei too place, at tr.
Bloak, Ashtabula. 457
Don't forget the place, at the Sign s (As Bif Rest, Fisk
u. run. Lira.
LITHOGRAPHS. A beautiful assort
ment of I.ithoirrapha for Grecian Painting, Ire tor sale
at 1. E. UiAl'UA.Vs Book A Variety btore,
A few doors Month of the Bank.
"A Cotket of (Jem Wit mmd Hitdomf
Thousand and Ono Stories, of
and Fetocr, Wit nod Humor.
RHYME, REASON, AND ROMANCE.
Edited by 8. G. GOODRICH. (Peter Parler.)
One volume. Urge ocUto, haodtomelf bound In rd moroco.
Tvttu khi nue etna uncs; cuuu.iiiiur i&j pgrg muQ
lUuitr&ted bj 3uu Beautiful iugr luga.
The design of ibis book is to brink? whole
Ubrariee Into a in9 rolume to furniih a dmoUU nteal for
verr day aud ttiai y hour fur every tanta. humor, aire. ckDilce
book for tue grava and gay, tu o!d and young; we iiae,
locreioro, ocivuot aia r.iuokOpDV, ltnyme aoa ivvaaon. Wit
aod VV LfcUom, fact aod Faiucy. which, put together aa tbey
eoineTproduce a tort of iuteliectuai (tlum puduuig, lnaimucb
aa ttie whol u peppered ami pioed with puui, coouudiuiue,
aud drolleiiee, to ay xtctuiiig of a gamiah of three huadied
lu thM pure, are t Wen the easeneee of tboufht and eenti-
meat .row Uovtue. aSydaey Sraitit, Sam. Jouncuti, and many
ouian; owncai auacaowa, niDtjniian ecoaiiiriciuvt, weMrn
extraragaiuea, gathered from the four Wind 0 tk trtu;
outline f the tales of Don Quix te and 0111 liiaa; of the
faotef of FUrian and Lafontaloe; of the epic Doenie of Jcru-
ttiein Dvliveied, Telemacbue' Orlaud r ano.o. aud other.; of
mo um auoaayiiigi 01 nra. raruDgioo, aud the Widow lie
dott; of the Honaby Fapen aud the Greao lountain tib ia; of
in L.iie or rsani iiouaiou, uomra the l.ion-kiilcr. Cnniming.
the elephant deitroyar, and leivingittua tbtt giiaile-chaintr; ol
Htev-eu'a Xraveia in JrCgypt and TaivwUne. Paul and Vlrgiula.
Alexander Duma. II 10 Swim fraioilr Kobtown. Mr. tilUlrfun
atid aim Patch ; with tpicy citalioua of proae and poetry, from
ui lUMtfir-ipirtia 01 hum umy jongieuowt uryeUit, uayara
Taylor, Dr. Kane, Commodore Perry, ate. it furniha. aiao.
a luca 01 uuoriuauon tor taa leuou ute iNatunu Uutory
of the bibW, which ia aubjeot of ejthauitiea iutereat; ink
ing fectsiu siatronomy. Cuetnwtry, aud Natural ilUtory; re-
niarkablt Uiographiea, lntereatiug Travel, aud Wondarful
Dlacovatriea in Art aod Science.
Pxraa Paklkt. the editor of thia book, bu a world-wide
reputation, a an author his? writiun hiaie beceine laminar
aa Uouwhold worda wberevei the Eug.iib laiigutige ie spoken.
Tins 13 in--) las r nuuik, aua we preutci iur it a p-.uur-
I ty equal, if not auperior, to that acquued by ay of uia lor
ljr ihis work will be told txchuitttf bf subscription, at
ui tow pneem ai ou. Agenu wutel ta au pauu of the
oouuury 10 oouun auoKcnoera for iu
Specimen enpie will be sent by mail, prepaid, to any ad
drtaa on receipt of the price. or full parttculara admvae
UtKUV k jACK.io.S, Publisher,
3t437 110 Naaaau Ht.f New Vork
A DR. BANNING
jTXRK.S to announce that be may be cotieulted gratultooe
ly, from the ttoxh to the 30th Uit, at the risk Uouae, Ash ta
bula, Ohio, where, by an original and rational treatment,
(c Me Illy rtwcLauicaJ) beta prepared to eliect, usually, a radl
oal euro of ftupturex. Pile", Constipation, Chrome Diarrhora,
Prolapsus. UteiL and other Sexual and (Jrinarr Weaknewa;
and also, to give important auxiliary relief to lndigtioo,
rSpinjil Cu nature, Palpitation of the Heart, Weaknesa of Uie
Throat and Lungs, aa well to develope a graceful form and
bearing of body, removing even the desire for the Corset;
therrby preventing and arresting niany easei of ioeipicnt eoo
eumption, aud .pinal curvature.
Dr. B. gives the subjoined frera eminent medical man ;
From Pre. MoU a New York, mnd Ukert,
The nndenrlgned have examined Dr. Banning' noble view
en the tuechanlenl pathology of many affection of the viscera,
and believe them to be highly inttiesting and worthy Of the
serious attention of the medical profeMom
VALENTINE MOTT, M, D.
ALEX. B. WlilTTNO,
J. KEAH. R0DOER3,
. Having during the last six year applied Dr. IE. P. Bauning's
Abdoinlnal Supporter in a targe number of caeea tn my prac
tice, 1 have alwaya been well mtislied with ita etTeeta, aod
have no hesitation in rroommending it to phyniclan or others
a altogether the best instrument to use. it is oonstnicred on
enrrect pbyioiogicl principtes, aod hence It is not liable to
produce any injury oy unaue pressure. ,
O. VOLNEY DORSET, M. D
The medical profession are Inrited to examine Dr. Bannintr'i
new Hurglcal Mechanical Adaptations. 4o6U"
IRST DESPATCH BY
was received by
-Messrs. SMITH & LOCKWOOD,
oa the Stb inet, in the farm of a epecuoeo eectioa of said
Cable, a hlcb mar be seen at our avoro. iso vu u"..im
of Cyme W. r'ield.
But the niost interesting new, to our numerous Cash Cus
tomers, ill be that We are daily receiving our
Or O O 33 S3
. . coksisti.no or
0 Denial, i
, Coltoa rianoela, ' ,
. - Tlckln.
i - Dreeej Ooodf,
, French Meriaoe,
Htrljie Plaid de B.jre.
AU Vv'col de Lanes,
,.. . . FrUle, .. . '
te, te, ALSO
. 2000 Yard RemuanU of Print,
Park wlors and small Igoree, '
Will le op4 oa Wednesday Bept, 16th.
Come Early, aod make Good Belectioo,
bMHH fc LOCKW00O.
teptrmbor, I, Mis? ...
Principal and Superintendant.
Principal and Superintendant. REV. C. E. BRUCE, A. B.
Bee. C. E . flaoct,
Xlse S. L. rams.
Klea Ecaiee To.
Mae I.toia L. tViii.t.
niib School, .
Oraeaniar Ocheol, . .
Second latennediate, .
W. R. truoilo J
WUM., U Borooh lirolte, i. 0 - iraS":
for SchO(l purposea.-1 uwrew
wi'rbeT MUt"1 ' rS. free abrW
Tl, Q. 1..1 u IVu ... .11 . .
- ' ' 109
. , Hoe
Kor Orninuiar .
Tat Uifb Hfhool . .
And pro rata Sir earn. term.
Tulllon parable in wiranr. '
All application! for admission te be man to the SiiMrUf
The dummer Term will romencn April ft, IS5S. The Fall
Term September 6, and the Winter IVim, January S, lfS.
II la bifh!y (li-slrable that all pupils ulinild iwpln at U.e oiea
l" of trims. No puiiils out ot the villain. ill I rrceivedfbr
a ..as pri b.d than one term, and no df ducUotie for absence ee
"pi in came ol sickness or re
Q-UAPE3 ! GRATES ! For Siilo 2000
, c',,e and tsallla Orap Vinos, remarkAbly kealthy
and Tlforous, at the following rates :
S yeara old $10 per huwlred.
I yoar old I per hundred.
Vwej-arks put out on fctorablo terms. .
Madison, Lake Connie, O. tpt. 1, inr-e ' etiss
A - MANY TKKTH -
o.wAiS'iIN'::' lTlM rf AM receleed a floe
Oalranlc Instrument from New Vvrk end ia now Z
.rtn". ThemttthLV .""""' JzS
assuring Ibem that It Is perfkctlr sale and free ( tkl
zxutzsT """" foKwi"11" - its;
The mode of applicaliot la simple w mm .u- -.ir..
ib tooth Is exirncted.
Ia reiard to the abort i procees. tt may be well to slate, that
the Franklin lastltute of Philadelphia, appointed t committee
to Investigate its claims, and from their report the followln.
eslrecte were tuken. . . , .
"One hondred and .litr four teeU) war ertracted la the nree.
enee of the committee.'
"The committee la ntlAed Irom the oheereattiw. and enpe.
Hence of Its mem bars, that in a lartre maJoHty ofcoesot ea.
traction with this apparatus,. No Palu Whatever Is felt be the
patient. ; '
N B. Persons wishing the srefssknal pen tree of the aa
dersigned, are reuneeted to cnll before the Sist of tletobdr, as
after that he expect, to absent fur soin time.
AshUbnla, Angnst 18, 1S8S. ' '
MASTER COMMISSIONERS Sale of
Real Estate, Ashtabula Common Picas,
June Term, 18.18.
Frederick EUntmftB, . ' ' : ' '
ea. I Order 0 Bale.
Stephen H. Newell, etal "
BY VIRTUE of an orrliT'of snlc, duty
Issued from ssid Coort In the abore case to me directed,
I will offer for sale by way or public auction at the door ot the
Ooert Rouse In Jefferson, Asht&bata ecuntT, tiblo, on Mon
onT the flib ds of September, A.D. lPtfbetereca the hour,
or 10 and four o'clock of mid dae, the followlne describe
Real E.tate, to wit; .Situate In (lie- township of Ashtabula,
in the County or Ashtabula, and Stale or Ohio, and Vine a
part of Lot No. a, so called which ia bounded ea lb! leers t
North by land owned by Edwlo H.irmoo, Eut by the top of
the bank, on the West side of Aehtaba la ereek. West by the
Turnpike Road, and Mouth by a Itn. perraiei to tho Nrtaj
line, and Grt rods distant thereircao. Atiral-d al W0.00.
$2 74 460 ,. , . ,, , WM. HKNDKV, .
July 30, l&Sfi.. - Master Commissioner
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Sale of
Real Estate, Asbtubula Common Plas,
June Term, 185!. . .. .
Stephen a Fitch )
t a . r. . .A O'dwofSrfroartteced
JeduthaaCole.EtAl) . prentieea.
BY' VIRTUE of nn ordfr of sal-, du
ly issued from said Court In the abrne cw. to a dt-
rected, I wiU olfcr for el. be way of public auelinn at tl.e
floor o( the Court house in Jefferson, Ashtabula eountr. (ihlo.
on Monday the Slh day of -leotemlor, A. II. 5.1, betwrea
J 2.7 ? ,, 'cloti "f due, the foiiowl,,,
described Ileal E-taie, tn wit ! Situ.i, i , township ot
nerpersfleld, county of Ashtabula, aud Stale of Ohio, and la
known as belnfj part of Irt, No. 60, Id said Har,rseld, It
bein the West half of said Lot, No. 60, except what llee
So th of the Iload. runnine smuu Dm. r..ii. ..a i
and bounded as follows, to wit .- N'irth on Lot Nn. 43; ooutu'
on the center of the oad East on toe East ball of said It,
No. bt, and West on Loi No. to, containing forty-tite aere.
of Ind, be the same more or leu snnralfed at m.ou te
acre. u a, iiirvnRS '
July 30th, I85S. j,?S tip Muster Commissioner
SHERIFF'S SALE of Real EstateAsh-
.vaouia uommoo rions, March Term, '58.
Sam 1 rimr.li Assignee of
t. Mil: a Co.
Wl H Fa.
L. O. Johnson.
TtY VIRTUE of a writ of Alht Fieri
XJ Facia, duly Issued from said Court In the above ease, to
me diieotod, I will oiler for sale br war at public aucUoa at
.he door of the Court here ia Jeffeieoo, A.bubnia eonnty,
Oh.o on Monday, Uie 23d day of Auput, A. I. lUbi, between
the hours of 10 and four o'clock of said day, the fulloninc
described Heal EsUte, to wit : Fitnale tn the tewnshlp of
Ooneva, In the county of Ashtabula, and the State of Ohio,
beine; in the Last pert of section No. S, in said township, be
ginninir about ten rode Eaat of the South-East corner of
r.'3,'.".1u"ln",n """ Souta to the rente of
ir.i f,7,,JR'dlf thence West along the center of said
Ktdre Road to the E i.l line of Salmon Sryiuoar'a Land, lhanc.
North on eid Seymour's land to the South Hue of the said
George ltose-s land, thence east ! the place of beeinnlnr, con
taining thirty and one lialf. sn) acres of bod. belnr the
earn, land heretofore deeded by Anson Hmith, to l.eri a. John
eon, aaring and lleearting therefor one ami one fourth
acres of bnd. situate on the said .S'nrth Kidee, near tlie cm
ter of the abore described tract, deeded to Lewi A. Uirloid.
e lh tis knr.irf... i i J
- - r- "...., ajipHm M
Jefferson, July VIA, 18.se,,
WM. riENDRT, Sl-erlf.
Sl oe 4-is
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Sale f
Real Estate. Ashtabula Coramoo Pleas,
ouiie icrni, ions.
Executors of T. C. blerene.
Anfuetna Bartholomew, e I
Order of Sale.
IY VIRIUE of an order of sale, duly
I will offer for sale by way of public auction at the door of the
issucu irom aaia i .nnrt in th. km - ... ... . . .
..,..,.,uj.i.p,n, isoisouia vounlr, tililo, on Hon
dJ,,h" ?? of SeiX"""'. A. D. 1K6S. between the hour.
? l? fo"r o f'Dt "t day. tho followine described
Real .sute, to wit i fcltuaie In the township of Oeneea.
Conuty of AshUbnla, and Stale of Ohio, and te bounded asd
described as follows, to wit : Known as being in lot No. I.
la great lot .No 2. in said Township, comnvocinr at the South
West corner or a lot of land owned by Win. Tuttle, and ar
ticled te I. F reneh, runnine North one bnndred an eistr
four feet, (I o4 feet.) thence West on. hunrirvn and twenty.
SV.?.,.',''!fe', te "nd owned by J. J. Kdron, thence
Bouth to the Ridire Road, one hundred and ninety feet. (ISO
feet,) thence East OT feet to the place of beginning, noon
which lot is a Urera bona and bam. Appraised at Jjooo im
. a. .... . WM. HKNDKY,
July 1. HjS. tnn iM Bneclal Master Conmileslonrr
At water's Premium ,,
$;1 K & $25 Sewing Machines -PutoDt'd
CpX tJ MAY Stb, 1B6S, - . , ,, , , .,,
'"hscrlher having porehaaed the right to thta township
In the above Muehioe, takes this method te let those wishing
to purclisee koow, where they can get tbe best family MacLiil
now lu use, and would say that he will drllver, put up, and
warrant every Machine he sells to bo perfect In all Its nans,
and as there has recently ln one or two Improvements nd.
in this Machine, we believe it now atanos m itbout a rivaL and
ia Just what every family oceda.
It was awarded Uie First Premium at the K. Y. State Fair
heldatUuHlo.Oct.SUj.lHiiJ, for lie bipliclty, Danabilitv'
Capacity, aud Practical Utility. " " "WI""J
hingeia, aud Whee.ee At WUeona' bjgh priced Uachiaea
weie in competition.
.The above Macn'ne eaa be seen and tested at the residence)
of the subscriber, where be will be happy to wait oa any who
may favor him with a call. Extra Keedic. kept nn head for
the accommodation of those who rocy need. Residence est
street, near the Episcoial Church. t. E. 11ALL.
Ashtabula, Aue- Mh, ibM.
NOTICE. Gilbert J. Mershan, of
Bprtngneid, in the County of Erie, and State of Fenn-
sylianla, Is noUticd that Dallsaa A. Uershaevelld on the lata
dxy ol August, A. I. IfciS, file her petiiion in Me otnee of tbe
Clerk of tbe Court of Common Fleaa, within and for the
County of Ashtabula, and bUle ot Ohio, charging the eal
Gilbert J. tiers ban with fraudulent marriage contract, ealrem.
cruelty, and grose neglect of duty, and aakiug that she mar
be divorced from said Gilbert J. klerehan, aud tur alimony
which peliilon will stand tor bfsringal l hnal term oi Cooi t!
Dated this 1Mb day of Angnst, A. D. ISO.
CELISSA A. MERSHAN, by
M5 . ribormae k Farmer, ber Att'ya.
ON MANHOOD. A medical essay oa
a aeia, reetosa eMe! rsufYex ears tf iutrmmttrkmu, '
sc ewtessa li sum f Mr.mi etsekcsius, untee- .
iteJioe, er ay aucAenice surpJtsMces. .
JoT rt-einniD, the Sth edition, tn eesled envelope, y rat is
and nulled to any add rue, anet-putd, oo receipt of z rumps.
Thia little work, emanating from a eelebratod member of tba
medical prokwttou, gltestbe mni.t lnjp.sn.it Intorniatloa evee
published la all persons entertaining doubts of tbvlr physical
bonditioo, or who we oonrcinue of having basajdid their
health and banninese-oontainine the narticulsra of an m.
Urely new and perieet remedy tue hpermetorrhoea or Heaiinal
Weakness. UrbilUv. Ncrvousi ess. lleniesston o( Mi.lrll. I n.
ol Luergy, Leesitude, Timidity Involuntary Heniinal r'lscaurg.
ee, iuiiMtred Sinht and Wtaioiy, blotches ar.d Pimple, oa the
Face, V-iles IndiMestion, 1'alL.italien of tbe Heart, and Uodllr
Proetiatlon of the
pbystoal ineareuity, by ones o7 which every ooe
liuaelf erivalelv. and at a trill! n
evstem. induaioe imriu...
bit cure I
jr- Addiea Or t a. J. C. KIJKB, 1st Avenue, cor 1SU,
(tirel. ie York; Fust Btix, No, joS. Sui'J
GRAIN CRADLES. Grape Viue and
ktiLY ORAtN CB4UEU, for sale by
oko. c. MfBaAsn.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale.
' The Suhfcrlber has for sale a k tbousaod stiaomrry
plan la of the fellowtag variebce I
Jjurri uew pine,
Larj-'e early scarlet.
These are tare, best varietlee b culU- e'loa and are warraat-
to be true to uu
Binswoerrise my be set any time fn.m the nret of Augnat
the middle ol a...t. Pwo per hundred aoc.
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WHEAT WANTED !
fTJlE SUBSCRIBERS are in waot of
J MCA' Wilt AT. d. II m.-ad at Ihtif llllL U AshUaola, for
Wbka Use btauwt aaiaei win ne psni in t s-n.
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