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Salnrdaj Morning, Oft. 2, I85S.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
3tt d flnpreni Court
WILLIAM V.rilCK, of Sciuto.
WILLIAM It. Til ft ALL, of Fraiilliii.
cnuisToriiER r. avolcott,
' of 9ummlt
' ' )ln.Wt f Board of PuUk Wtrka,
J0I1X, , L. MARTI', of Hutler.
For Vmlw ! Cwi(rm
JOHN ' 11UTCHINS, of Trumbull Co
' T"or Art.lltor,
D. A. l)USlINKLL,of Jrffemoo.
W. ST. J0I1X,' of Morgan.
XOAIi II OS KIN", of Jefferson.
Ptreetrrr of Infirmary,
ISAAC B. STEVKNS, of Ashtabula.
Terriblr Calavit. For several days there
lias teen a gathering conclusion tlint one of the
Atlantic steamers bail been burnet at sen, tit in
formation of the fact of T)unitijr vessel Loving
been seen, bql not identified, Lad been received.
TLc suppicion at length become almost fixed
opinion, that the ill futed vessel was the stenntr
Austria, of tho Bremen line, via Southampton.
This opinion Las been confirmed. The Anstxia
left Hamburg on the 2d, and Southampton v.3
the 4th with about 500 passengers, all but about
40 of the number, second cabin, or steerage,
which 'ith Iho officers and crew carried the
cumber of souls on board op to about COO
After unfavorable weather to the 12ih, a cheer
ful fcope t-ai tLlt that N. Y. would be reached
by the 18th.- Bat alas, for the uncertainty of
. tartbly hopes. At 2 p. m. on tho 13th, a dense
f moke was discovered inning from the forward
steerage, the vessel having taken fire in that
portion, by a careless effort at fumigation, by
healing a chain nud, burning tar. In Lealing,
the chain had been made so Lot that it could
not be held Id the hand, and was dropped upou
the deck, and the tar being upset, inaueriul was
furnished for rapid combustion. This caused
pauic,and little seems to have been done to extir
guisb the ftime.j. The s'lip was heading to tho
"wind, end this lent Its influence to the progress
of distructin. The flames soon burst out of the
midtihip lights, and to add terror to the whole,
the magasina exploded, suffocating, or driving
the engineew from their posts.,. Snood hd been
slackened, and the ship put upou a differei t
tack, but the helmsman was soon driven from
the wheel by beet and smoke, when the ship be
came uumaMgebW. Two boats were let down,
and' immediately swamped. The mass of the
passengers crowded on the poop, and the vessel
Leading up to the wind the fames And smoke
enveloped them od every side Here the scene
wa terrible; all hope vanished,, husbands and
wives, parents and children, leaped into the sea
locked in each -ether's arms, many of the "wo
tneo with their clothes on fire, to escape a wore
frightful death. Two men succeeded in reach
ing a swamped boat, but were soon left fur be
laud the steamer. In half an hour the only per
sons remaining olive on the Austria were some
SO or 40 who had crowded cut upon the bow
sprit ( Fortunately the French bark Maurice'
Copt. Earnest Bontud, discovered the burning
ship and hastened to the succor of the survivors.
Before durk slie succeeded in rescuing 40 per
sons, wiaioly from the bowsprit, a few being
picked up in the water. At 8 o'clock a boat
came up with 23 more, making altogether 07
persons taken on board the Maurice, of whom
87 were passengers. These ore all positively
kaou to hove been saved, and some of them
wort very badly bnrned. The nest morning
the Maurice saw a Norwegian bark cruising
about the burning ship; but it is hardly proba
ble that any more were found alive. The Mau
rice sailed for Fayal on-the 14th, and the same
day felt fn with the boric Lotus, Cupt Trefy,
bound for Halifax. Twelve of those saved
from the Austria were put oo bonrJ the Lo
tos, arriving at llalifu.y on Sunday afternoon.
Ilia, from these that our acconuts are obtained
We annex another account, By Mr. Cuuulm
Bacw an intelligent English geutlenaan, one
the survivors -
At a trttfe after 2 o'clock p. m. I was on the
quarter-deck. I saw a denser volume of smoke
burnt from the after entrance of the steerage.
Borne women ran aft, exclaiming, ''The bip
oo fire, what will become of us?" The ship
was instaully put at half speed, st which she
continued uutil the magazines exploded, from
which I Infer the enginoers were instantly suffo
cated. I only walked from where I was on the
quarter-deck to tho waist of the ship, when
saw the flames breaking through the lights
amidships. As she was Lead to the w'md, the
fire traveled with fearful rapidity. I then went
to the man at the wheel aud told him to
the vessel with her side to the wind.
kesitatcd probably did not understand me,
tie was a native of Hamburg. I then got
ilermse eciitlcmun to ruk to him. At
time I saw some persons letting dowa the boat
oil. tbe port side of the quarter-deck. What
becoir.o of the boat I dou'l know, but think
was crocked under the screw. I then went
lot s boat over from Ike star ooard side of
quarter-deck, but the moment we laid our hands
co. the ropes, there were so many people who
crowded into it that we could notlift it off
blocks. We therefore loft it for a few minutes,
Qlil tha people got out, when we returned,
laurtched it over the side of the ship, when,
people- all rushing into it again, it descended
with greai violence into the water, end iustaut-
ly swamped, all the people beiug washed
exoeriliuir three, who held oo to the sides.
then kt down a tope, aod pulled up one person
who proved to be the steward: Another in
'act of being bauled up, was strangled1 by
auioke. The flie now camo oo too fiercely
' a tenipt to get np any more from the swamped
Ut. All the first cabin pMongors were
i9 poop, with tbe eceeplios) of a few geutlemen
ho must Lave been smothered ui tut mok!ug
. soon. Many tJ the second cabin passengers
were aiaa ou tbe noop, hut A number of tbeqs
' tot shut into their cabins by the fire. Son
i sf ti;e.n were pulled up through the ventilutor,
lt t'ie greater number could not be extricated,
lie, UiX woman who was, drawn np said there
wern six shvni'y suffocated. We now perceived
o nt the hi liJ. got fcer bead, t the wind
rk. Inconsequence fcf tho crowd I could
not git to toe wln'cl-hoM? to swrtaio th roa-
son, but 1 was informed that the helmsman had
deserted his post, aud that the vessel, being left
to hor.e'.f, headed to the wind or hur own ac
cord. At this time the scene on tho quarter
deck was indescribable and trnly heart rending.
rnswnpem were rushing frantically to and fro
huf.baiulii seeking their wives, wives In search
of their husbands, relatives looking after rela
tives, mothers lamenting the loss of their child
ren, some wholly paralysed by four, others mud
ly crying to be saved j but a few perfectly culm
and collected. The flumes prosed io closely
upon tlipm, that many jumped into the sea, rcl"
atives clasped In each others arms, lenped over
nd met a WHtery grave. Two girls supposed
to be sisters, jumped over, and sank kissing each
other. A miwminnry and wife leaped into tlio
sea together, and the stewards, and awh-tunt
tcward, arm in arm, followed. Ono Ilungariuu
gentleman, with seven line children, four of
them girls, made his wire juitp in, then blessed
bis six eldest children, made them jump in one
after the other, and followed them with an in
fant in bis own arms. I. about thru time, wiia
standing outside the bulwarks, holding on by
the davits, leaning out to avod ill.- flumes, which
were leaping towards me. 1 saw A twamped
boat nmler me, spinning by a rope still attach
ed to the ship. As the oars were tied in her,
I thought, if I could get to her, I would be en
abled to save myself and some others. I let
myself down !y a rope, passing over n man
who wns clinging to it, but wh" refused to come
with me j I took out ft penknife to cut the
tnekle j the large blade broke, and I then sev
ered it w.iih the small blado. The s'lip passed
ahead As the screw appnnclnd I fMivl th
boat drawn towards it. I tried to keep tlio
boat o(T, but the screw caught and capsized b.r
orzr me. I dived away from the ship ftud
came to the 6urfnce near a boat which was keel
upward ; I got on her, and by pressing on one
side, with .the assistance of a wave she righted,
but still swamped. Tho oars Lnd been knock
ed out by the screw. The only thing I could
Gud in her to paddle with was some lath nailed
tosether for a sheathing for tho Miles. . When I
looked around, the ship was quarter of a mile
nwny from me. I could sec the ladies and gen
tleman jumping off the poop into the water in
twos and threes, some of Hie Indies io flames
Several hesitated to leap from tho burning ship
until the Inst moment, us tho bight was twenty
two feet, and were only compelled to throw
t 'lemsulves off to Bvoid a more painful death.
la half ou hour not a soul was to be sec t on
I nulled after the ship and picked up n
German who was swimming strongly; nnd
we paddled afier the ship with the laths;
1 now saw a vessel under sail approaching;
she reached the steamer ut about 5 p. m. ;
we continued pulling toward ' tbein, nnd
about seven o'clock, after being five lioura
in tbe water, got within hail of the sailing
vessel, which put off a boat nnd took ns
on board. - She proved to be the French
bark Manrice, Capt. Ernest Rciiaud, of
antes, bound from Newfoundland for the
Isle of JJonrbon, with bsu. blie lincl, np
to that time, rescued forty passengers of
the burning steamer, chiefly taken off the
bowsprit, though a few were picked . up
looting around. At iibout 8 o'clock one
of the meta lie boats came tip, with ubout
23 persons, inclmling the first and third offi
cers; afterw ard three or four men were pick
ed up, floating on a piece of the broken
boat. The second officer was token up,
having been swimming, with nothing to flout
him, for Fix Lours. The second nnd third
officers were severely burned; one male pas
senger wns bnrned frightfully, and some
other male passengers slightly. There were
but six women saved, three of whom were
burued, one in a shocking manner. Cupt.
Rciiaud acted with the utmost kindness.
i did not see nn officer of the ship during
the fare, and am certain there was not one
of them Ot' the crew ou the poop, except a
man at the whtel for a short time. I un
derstood that when the Captain heard of
the fire, be rushed on occk, nnd w hen he
saw the flames, exclaimed, "We ore nil lost."
He tried to get out a boat, which, w hen let
c own, was swamped, nnd ho, whether rcci
de:itally or not I tlo not know, fell into the
sea, and was foon left fur behind. Tho
fourth officer wns in this boat. He cut
b.T loose from the davits; she was carried
tnder the screw and smashed, end several
in her drowned; three or four men escaped
on a fragment and were picked up by the
Maurice as before stated. About the Bime
time one metulie life-boat was let down from
the port bow nr.d swamped, but got cleared
away witli abont 33 persons in her, includ
ing the first and third Officers and several
women. The men in this boat capsized her
two or three times, iu trying to clear her of
water. Ten persons were thns drowned,
including some women. They afterward
bailed her out with life-preservers cnt in two,
and pulled to the Maurice, having picked
up two or three passengers "before reaching
the bark. Altogether there-were CI souls
token into the Maurice during the night.
A Xorweginn bark came up with the steam
er the next morning, nnd a boat was ob
served coiiiir around I lie burning ship.
I They nmy have fucked np a few persons.
I he Maurice bud no coiiimniiiciition Willi
the Norwegian. At about 1 o'clock the
Maurice suited to Fayal to deposit the res
cued. pasen''crs. At about 2 o'clock the
same afternoon, she fell in with the bark
Lotos, Capt. Trefv, of Yarmouth, Xova
Scotia, from Liverpool for Halifux Capt
Irtfy kindly pave me nassaire. and eleven
others. The fire is known to have arisen
from thevery culpable negligence of some of
the crew, in nn utteinpt to fumigate the
steeriige with burning tar. The rescued
passengers saved nothing but tlie clothes
on their bucks, nnd even the greater part
of these were torn off nnd otherwise lost.
Six hundred souht were supposed to lie on
board, inelodlng ma By women and children.')
The Austria was a fine iron screw steamer
2,334 tone, built in 1857. She was built io nine
wutcr-tight compurt moots, and liier apparatns
for extinguishing fire was or the first order.
had a direct condensing engine. She belonged
to the Hamburg and American Steam-Packet
Company vf Hamburg, and is the lust one of
four steamers built for thut line, combining
tha latest improvements aud being the most
costly steamer of the line. Sht must hare cost
upward ef 300.000, which is fully covered
insurance ou the other side. : The Austria
also a large und valuable cargo. n
Tbe last European arrival brings the following
it uis : A new company bud been formed
purohanuig the steamer tireut Eastern, aud run
ning her t America. ,
ft American horse Prioress won the great
hundicap race st Ioncatr,
The chess coolest between Morphy and Ilar
wits is progressing. Fur games played, eucb
j winning two,
TiiRLtannvmt Staves wtiii Koiio are on
their way back to Africa. The Is igra arnv
ed nt Charleston on tho 18th, and the next day,
which was Sunday, the negroes wero takon on
board, without question. It was a work or
mercy, and from the good expedition which has
been madd in the mutter it seems to have been
regarded as one which would admit or no do
Wy. The sea ran so high that the steamer
.-!.:. i, i..,lit itnwn tha necroes from Fort
T 1 1 IV, II i v " w ....... ij
Snmpter had no little diffculty In getting them
on bonid the Niagara. The transhipment was
accomplished ftt lust by means of a big tub
sliding on a cable between the two vessels, and
in which tho oegroea were placed, Tho per
sons in charge seem to have been rather chnry
a to intercourse with the Charlestonians, the
Marshal refusing to allow any body but himself
and deputies to go on board from thnt city.
The transportation agent is Dr. Rainr-y,' who
understands tho Portuguese language, and is
thus ublu to communicuto to a certuin extent
directly with the negroes. The negroes are
bound for Liberia, where they will be put in
charge of agents oT the Colonization Society.
, Ma. Pie Sntv, was addressed ths fort-put of
the present week by a number or the New York
Uockholdors on th.: subject of regular periodi
cal reports of the working of the line, and nlso
by Cym-'b V. Fh:u, desiring straight forward
answers to certuiu qncstious propounded by him,
as to the present working condition or the line,
which dispatches have brought the chief elec
trition to the conclusion like that innrvelnus
dumb nnimal We reud of to open his mouth.
To the directors lie says, dated Saturday, Sept.
2.)ths '1 have not the least wish ' to withhold
pvrlieulars as tV. tho working of the cable, nnd
until I have eommnnicutcd with hcadquuiUs
and Rseertaincd tho directions of tha Manager
of ihc CoiimanV. I w ill s -ud o daily report of
proceedings. AVe were not working to-day, but
receiving occasionally from Vulcntia some weak
reversals of the enrrent, Which when received
To the dispatch of Mr. Fjki.ds, on the say;,c
duy, he says: 'The day before yesterday com
menced, Receiving current from Valentin, and
was in hopes thut I should bo nt word again
soon after. So 1 informedj Mr. Mackay. Then
tha current Tailed. This will explain tho dis
crepancy between his nnd ny messages. :
' TtiK Co.iiiT, though approaching us ut a very
rapid ruto as we ure aro told, is probubly nt too
grout a distance 3.j,000,000 of miles, some sny
to be here in any kind or time for our town
ship ' show on- the Ctli instant. - Yet those
who attend on that occasion, may enjoy the
pleasure of taking a distant view of him, and
his long sparkling tail, which is hardly eclipsed
i i length by the telegraph cable, nnd which
puts that iuslitutiou entirely iu tho -Bhailo, on
the score of sparks nnd corrnscatioi. Though
very far-reaching for a caudle extremity, thcru
u but little danger, even if his majesty should
bacome caprecious, of his switching it ubout
our cars. Although an eratic genius, he has
some very good ti nits of character, nnd affords
an example, which it would be well for some of
oar fast young folks to imitate, lie rises and re
tires at seasonable hours, and his freshness is
never dimmed by the effects of dissoluteness, an
excessive indulgence. Tuough a strauger, we
are told tliat he has bceu this way before, but
his visits arc so like those usually made from
the celestial world, our acquaintance, can hurdly
become more than of a nominal nature, we will,
yet, endeavor to cultivate his society, and
treat him with the attention usually due to I
slruugcrs, and wheu his short stay shall be over,
give him a letter of introduction, and credit to
those who may bo here to receive Li in ou his
- Astrouomers differ as to the time of his re
volution, l'arkhurst puts it at about 30 years.
The same authority stutes that the comet will
b.- approaching both the sun and the earth un
til Uctobcr, aud ft will not reach its maximum
of brightness until the middle of that month.
The Suffolk Dank, Boston, is waxing a war
npon the Rank of Mutuai Redemption, nnd all
t'le interior banks of Mass., which prefer to use
th) latter, instead of itself, as their redemption
ajoncy.' The Agawain bank of Springfield, the
fi.'st iu that vicinity to break away from the Suf-
fu'k, found its bills accumulating with that iu-
i istit ition, ond ivai denied them on the offer of
specie Tunds or specie ilsJf in exchange, ot the
counter of the Suffjlk in Boston. The latter
preferred to scud them up to the amount or
850,000, oud demand the specie for them at the
counter of the Agawam, which it did, and was
accommodated with that sum iu gold. Two
Lowell bunks, the Wumesit for 845,000 and the
Applctonfor $10,000, had a similar visitation,
but met the demand with promptness. '
Ii.mxois Coxorkssionai, NoMi.vATioxs. The
Deinocra'ic Congressional nominations in Illi
nois nrc nearly completed. In seven out of the
nine- districts the nominees arc Dotglas men.
OT the remaining districts, in tho Ctli the oppo
sition have no nomination, while the Democrats
have two candidates, Hon. Thomas L JUnnis,
the present incumbent nnd the right-hand oT
Douglas during the struggle of last winter :
and J. L McConnkm, who is tho Administra
tion candidate. In the 2d district tho Demo
crats hud not made a nomination.
Rk.ntxctatiox. Advices from Camp Scott
stated thut several Mormon trains, bound for
the Atlantic Slates, had passed there. About
300 Mormons composed tho party who have
renounced Mormonism, and flee its haunts
They were wretchedly poor, but happy to es
cape under any circumstances.
Uxclsj Sam's Outlav fob th Cable. The
United States Government, it is said, will have
expended, by the time the Niagara Is fitted for
a war steamer, directly ond indirectly, in tho
fill linairf&a e sum nf Iir Ih.a,... fit.
I 'f Oioutand dollars, at least. This is a pretty
1 generous contribution to the cause of science,
when it is considered that the whole enterprise
is ii the hands and under the control of the
British Government, and that both ends of the
line are upon British soil.
A woman named Scbelliug, at Groveport, iu
Franklin county, on Wednesday 22d commit
ted murder1 by throwing h,tj a well, 35 feet deep,
her four children one a boy, the " other three
girls ; the oldest 12 years, the youngest
years.' She afterwards jumped in herself. All
were taken out dead. The womuu was suppos
ed to Lave been insane.
The aegro ttdeulf from Uy iu the colh?ee
of Pr)8 liftva tbi tear carried off their full eburo
of literary honor, and the colored men ha?ec;l-
ebruted the Occasion 1iw o hanniiAL Tha ParU.
wnstudunta are decidedly of opinion thst ne
gros have intellects, aud belong to tbe human
The Rbtcblio ok LineaiA. Between the
abolitionists, who dislike the t'olonin itioi so
ciety because it absorbs a portion of the anti
slavery philanthropy which they think should
be concentrated on their own organization, the
southern fire-eaters, who despise Liberia be
cause it is demonstrating the power of self-sup
port and self-government in tho blacks, nnd the
slave-traders, who hute tho colony because it
interposes serious absluclos to their wretched
traflie, the little negro republic on the western
coast of Africa Is exposed to constant assaults.
Not long ago it was charged with ' complicity
In the French slave trade, but that chargu Iihs
beeu thoroughly refuted. More recently the
officers of our African squadron have been rc-
presenting the republic as in a stnto of hope-
lew decay, the negroes degenerating towards
barbarism, nn'l inni mo revival oi ma sio
trade Is tho only hope of Liberia and of Africa.
Bishop Totter of rniiifj-lvanlu, disturbed by
somo of these statcuu mints, nmdc by naval
officers in his presence, wrote a letter to Rev.
Thomas A. I'iuknry, a colored man whom ho
bad ordained as a missionary to Africa, now iu
this country, after a four years residence in Li
beria, and Mr. I'imkney makes the following
statements in his reply to the bishop: i.
"Believe me, sir, it is a libel upon that Strug
ling colony to say tli nt it is retrograding, and
that so Hist that the revival of the sluvu trade
would be a blessing to it. I have to say on this
point, that the lc tcMubttj slave trade ns it is now
l urried on in different parts of the west coast of
Africa, though not in any part of Liberia, U a
blight and a curse, anil its irreatcst drawback.
It prevents the nati.es from doveloping the nat
ural resources of the country und engaging in
the legiilinate trade which would bo productive
oT great prosperity to tho inhabitants thereof.
Ami we liuveno reatou to expect that any great
degree of progress in civilization can be mudu
ou the west coast of Anion imiil the uboni'uablo
slave trade is abolished. And as that is a mut
ter which seems to be exceedingly problemati
cal, the future of Africa is yet quite beclouded."
Tiik Qu Austin Mob jusTirlKK,. The Sto
len Islanders have had u largo ntusa meeting nt
Richmond, in which the best citizens took part.
The resolutions adopted mildly disapprove the
burning of the quarantine buildings as hasty, and
indiscreet, uud linn proceed to give reasons in
justification of the net. They also resolve against
the re-building or the quarantine establishment
as an outrage opon the peojils- Speeches weie.
made by Ouorge W.-Uurtis, Dr. IV P. HarrNon,
former health officer, nnd others, all of . which
were decided in npproral of the destruction of
the quarantine bnildings, and expressed a deter
mination, if tho buildings were rebuilt, to de
stroy them again with fire or powder. , ,
AcKirn.TCRAb boCiKtiits. There are twenty
of these' societies in tbe commonwealth of
Massachusetts. These Several societies receive
aid from the commonwealth, partly in propor
tion to tbe funds they have, no society however
being allowed to draw more than $GbO. ' All
but three receive scverully $000. These
three respectfully, receive 310, 377 and 3200,
rhaking an ngregute for all the societies
311.726. This liberal appropriation by thesta'e
uids the several soeietins very much in paying
the premiums offered for thu encouragement
better husbandry and stock-breeding. In thus
dealing with these soeieties, tho legislature o
tha commonwealth has manifested a liberal spir
it towards the promotion of ngriculture, the
largest and most important industrial interest
pr the state.
Tiik C & M. Kail Road. For some months
but tw o trains had been run ou this road, the ex
press und the mail, the latter carrying some 2o0
tons or coal daily, and the firmer taking all
other freight, until a few weeks since, wheu
coal train was started. .Now, about S00 tons
puss over the road daily; the coal train taking
obonl 300 tons, and the mail train, (besides other
fright) carrying 150 to 200 tons; nnd besides
these, every lv or three days an extra coal train
is run, carrying some 300 tons more. The
amount of L ike Superior Iron ore shipped ever
the roue!, to the furnaces in the Mahoning Yul
ley is qnadruplu that sent last year, and the
general freight business is nlso largely in execs,:
It is probuble that the net receipts or the road
for the present year will exceed those of the
latt, by at least thirty-three per cent.
A trip over this road, not long since, left
very agreeable impression of its economical
careful management, as well as the stability
is acquiring from an increasing business. The
couductors are as careful of the happiness
passengers, as a landlord would be of his guests.
The proper selccliou of conductors, bespeaks
the foresight of the management nnd superintendence'.
Utah. The Mormon elders have come to
couclusiou thut iu their cuse "familiarity breeds
contempt, 'and huvo entered upou the new poli
cy of withdrawing themselves from public
until new reverence bus been awaken
ed iu the minds of their disciples. .This is given
iu the Deseret .Vac as a reason for discontinu
ing public meetings iu the temple. The gentile
traders at Salt Luke lire greatly troubled
petty thieves, and us tho Morniuu justices inva
riably set the thieves of thiiir faith at Iurgc
without punishment, the gentiles have no alter
native but to indict summary chastisemeul
every rogue they catch. Tho Indian tribes
thu valley are giving some trouble, the result,
is believed, of Mormon intrigue. The Mormons
aro throwing every possible obstacle in the
of the organization of the U. S. courts.
The St. Louis Democrat estimates that
government, iu the niule contracts for the
threw away 8400,000 ou the in lies. Rut
was not thrown away, by any means. It went
to pay for political services a business the
department has the reputation of being lurgely
The New York Commercial AdveriUcr,
known as a decided Whig paper, supported .Vilt
niorc iu 1 S 6 , ulthough uot regarded as
Amerieuu organ. It bos dououueud Lecomplon
aud all its nominations, while shrinking from
suppoit of Republicanism, uud not favoring
distiuctive doctrines held by the ultra Ameri
cans. There are thousands of voters who
hold a similar position. The Advertiser
says, that after ''hoping against hope" desiring,
as we suppose, a revival of the Old Whig
It proposes to udvbcate the electiou of tho
publican Slate Ticket
Tho decruuse of earning of the N
trol TL. It. for August, from the corresponding
month of last year is One Hundred and Nine
teen Thousand and J'ine Hundred and Scvtnly
six dollars,1 or at the rate, of nearly Million
- W DDI"n cnlwi ,rou,
i i - i ?..,
itself was falling off from previous
Lt.Fcrins is at Hand, and with it come active j
duties to perform. Kvcry citizen should be so
far interested in the administration of public
affairs, os to use, with duo discrimination, hU
right of suffrage. As far ns practicable, ho
bould also know the qualifications and fitut-ss of
those for whom he casts his vote, tho correct
ness, nnd soundness of their views In matters of
public policy, nnd tho amount of honesty, nnd
steadfastness of purpose possessed, to carry thoRO
views into operation. These duties aro iucum
bent upon nil, but our object at this time, is to
enforce them, 1 especially upon oar Republican
friends, and they, perhaps, need much admoni
tion. They know tnut organization Is necessary,
and that those who have not attended to that
work already, hove but little tilno left to per
fect it. The question i. w ill they do it T Will
they attend to tlio calling of meetings, appoint
ing of committees in every neighborhood nnd
school district, to register every name, accord
ing to tho best Information, as Republican, Loco,
and doubtrul, compare nnd revise it,1 nnd thus
have n peiTcct canvoss of your townships. This
should be used ot the polls, ond checked nsench
man votes, and by n little concert, to v e early
you nmy know who is delinquent, nnd iuu 1....0
to tend for, and bring them in, ond thus seeuie
u full vote. It is an easy work enough to do,
uud when followed up successively it is still less,
and the canvass becomes more perfect and sat
isfactory. We have Congressman to elect, ond
to give clmracter to the next Congress, is a mat
ter of the very highest importance. Nothing,
however, enn be lost. Let us urge upon our
friends an active and thorough orgnuizulion.
Com in Kansas The people of Kansas arc
never without their excitement. The jubilation
over the defeat of the Kuglish swindle has givcu
place to a gold fever, which bids Tuir to send
h-df the existing population-across the prairie
io the foot of the Rocky mountains, and to bring
in n crowd of others 'to fill np the territory with
astonishing rapidity. There is no doubt about
the gold. Evidence comes froni ii mullltndo'or
credible sources thut the precious metal is found
in ubundance around I'ike's Peak,; on the sources
of tho Arkunsus river, and indeed ,a)l through
tho western portion of Jho territory in thu val
leys or the mountain strenms. Old California
miners who are nt the diggings'say tho gold, is
(H abundant as in California. Wc quote some
r.'cent accounts. ' J'; " r '' ' .' '
The Leavenworth '''2for'ati',ot the, 13th,
says: "Reliable reports Concerning the re
cent gold discoveries'iH the. vicinity of Pike's
Punk still continue to arrive. Every trader
or prospector coming from the -region gives
lUMieilllg Hccmiii'n. mil H"lu "ecu
discovered in H the streams flowing from
the mountains, but owing to, tlio want of
good tools .for working, it lins not been ob
tained in large quiiiitities. Light, ten, nnd
fifteen dollars per duy have been obtained
with the simplest tools; nnd those who
ought to know, sny t tint with thu proper
tools fifty dollars enn be obtained pc (lay.
The excitement is still on the increase, nnu
spreading in every direction. '
Maixk Ei.EcTioN-OrricjAi.. The Kennebec
Journal of Saturday, contains the complete of
ficial returns of . tho recent election.- Gov.
Morrill's majority is 8,842.
Both the doubtful Congressional Districts
prove Republican, Foster's majority in the 9t h
being 137, nnd FrkxciTs in the 3rd being' C9.
This makes the delegation unanimous. The
Sknatr. 31 Republicans.".". (
IIocsE. 103 Republicans, 43 Democrats.
Coxc.iiesoIo.val ITKriiKsr.NTATivi s. The feel
ing ill this Slate, rve believe is wholesome for
redeeming its delegation fit the npproucl ing
election, and tve are encouraged to believe that
the next Congress will open with a much smi.'-
ler number than now dishonor tho Slate, T
those who consider party success ns pnrumouut
to the common rights or rreeinen. In this Dis
trict there is itb doubt but thnt the Republican
nominee i!. be elected by an increased vote.
His personal popularity, ond the unwavering
confidence felt iu his truwtworthincss on the great
issue, will prove a very available capital where
with to enter the compnign. The delegation
now stands 12 republicans to 9 democrats, and
although the democratic members are making
unusual efforts to fecure n re-election, the most
of them ore pretty sure to have the privilege or
staying at home. The republican nominations
nre generally very good, nnd in some or the
stronger districts, we believe, havo no oppo
nents. The list U as follow, stao () denoting
present and daggers (f) past members :
I fTiiuothy C. lay, '
3 Jcha A. Ourley,
Oenrge H. rndton,
Wu. M. (irm slerk,
Wm. ST. Corrr. Mdtian.-
f TwiM D. Campl-t 11.
Matblw n. Nirhoin,
Jamea M Ashley,
I'ohert W. c:aik.
Btnjainin B tan ton t
Tarey A. Trimble,
Nt'luoo H. VanVoiTHV,
AVilliim Helniick ,
Cydnor B. Tompkinf.
Thnmfix f. Tlreaker.
fVment L. Vallaudiafbain,
fjiwrenre W. Hall,
rhaili'S D. Martin,
Samuel P. Cox,
John S. Tutriof,
( Goo. H' Maiiyr-tnnr, Do-ig.
.Innathan Swank, Adm.
Hniamin K. Hpriggs,
John I.. Ha-iny,
Joseph W. (irar, '
lhiTid Tod, ;
John A. Hi.igham,
E.b. K. Eckley, li.d. rep.
?r- Little, Kill is the name (riven nn infant
prodigy in Now Vork, who recites hnge rjnanti
ties of poetry and prose with apparent intelli
gence nnd certainly great oratorical success.
She U but four years or age, and from all ac
counts m a remuikaUIu phenomenon.
.The Thicks of the Eseiiv. The Chi
cago J'rest exposes the g.we which the
Locofoeos of Illinois expect to pliiy ut. the
next election. It says :
We wish (o call attention to the fact
1 lint huwl-bills are now extensively posted
in a neighboring Stale, culling for several
thousand lnborers immediately to work up
on a certuin Illinois Railroad. What the
oliject in in introducing this number of Hi
bcrinns into the State nt the present junct
ure must bo ojipureut to all. The men nre
not wanted by ruilroada to work, but by
politicians to vote, and the latter nre using
the former to accomplish their object.
Exrr.niENT of a Farmer's Wife. Tlie
Amcsburg Villager states that a furmer's
wife, living about two miles from the vil
lage, in making up Iter list of articles for
tho market, a few days sineo, found she
was one egg short of two dozen, end in
vain she riuinucked the nests of the henery
to make up the required umount. but ob
serving a lieu silling on a box, she put
baoket over "biddy," und pbicinjf ber fowl
in her wagon, proceeded on her journey.
On arriving at market the found thut hor
calculation bad proved food, "biddv bar
ing paid for her ride by discounting' the
egg that was wanting to make up two
dozen. ... .
QALT TOR SALK By' ii" lond or
tJ Sltiglf l .rrl, hy HKN'tlAV, Jr.
MA&TLK COMMISSIONER'S Snle of
Keiil Eatatr. AoUabula Common Fleas,
Kirculon of T. C. t-ttTrn,
Jllu Vtni. Srp.
BY Y1RTUK or n writ of Aliai Ytnl
'xxtnlv ImuH frcm ld Ctrarl In thr fcbnr rwm, to mf dl
iMted, i wi" nn.-r tr a i by wny MiiMif cdmi nt the fVwr pf
ttifl'ntirt llnuf In MTjrnti, fthtitmli C tintT.Ohlo, nn it
ar AT. the 8Mtl dv Octobe", A. Ih ltxv lttn tho rimtr
of lu untl four o'P'nrk nf fwtt fU?. ib fn! lowing dprhti
Hrnl itn! io tin ntunt- in Ht tnwmhlp r UfMievt.
CnmttY nf A"ltihilft, nnd StM nf Ohio, ond In ban tin I nff
dtriltiefl M flnv, in wl i Known nn Wnv In lot INn. I.
In rnmk lot N 'i,l to bounded ap follow: romnir ntlng nf Ui
niilliwct POrnr nl nt nl lurid owned h? Vim. Ttrtll, and nr-
tlclc d to J. Kirnclt, rnntilnfr North tm lirnidrrd And lxty-
fnnr Topi, (if ropt.) lueif went cm hundnu urn twenty
Hv fsH-t- iWifpr .1 to land ownM hr J. J. Kripmi. 1hnc
South to tli ItMi ilA on h'lndi-od nnd nim-tr fret, (llfcj
fet t,) tLenc Eit ri Test to the p luce of bridmihir, ujvm
whlcu Mill Uvtra bnuM and ham. Anrntfvf nt f tnuo,
OORK, BEEF.' MUTTON, WOOL,
- irS TALLOW I HU from " ORJSS OKL T" tmi
Ul'l p in m unfit tnrt-MMl
, TIIK Mbiailxr ollvnl for ml, or to let, Kir iht Briuno,
- Fivt Lrietttrr 2icA-,
oT tnHmn , U rull blnndrd. Tbcr mil be wn t tin
KAIrt Willi niiiHi OI MX Kim took, ana Tin lur Uirm
elveft. riicrnvei)- luw, forth kind ftfii! qnnlttr.
V. 0. CALK1X.
Thmmilit, Sipt. S0I, ISr.S. ' 4,,
The Old Dominion Coffee Pot 1
TMIOUSAS'DS-of this new Coffee Tot
JL hare ulrmdy hpn wlil, mr 111 eVtnnnrl frnm nil rr f
th timed Slati-w I mi-HII on in, liwir", nrfr in
troduwd, It ban given the' mnpt complete ealirfnction.
tiii? rti.n nnniMON corrr.K pot
Mnkf lienor cofTe than It I. iioiwtNe to obtnlu In any other
wv herRiiie, 1'V an Incenloui. but flmplo arrant wnent, Hi
lioiiwhi1)r mar lfil hit ref n far jf Ungth le n'dml
m y arema, tliiiH M-cuiiiifc alt ill lmcnU of th oofle In
llleir naiurai anu prnii uvun, .MiiuiiiaLivua.
tiif, oi,n iojiinion rorrr.i; tot
ftlrw a healthy beverair. Nervotin, rlv.prnlie, and bihlnnp
p.fifina who had rot dared Io une code for tenri., bar ben
alii to drink tliei- nnoillelieverair airiin when m.-ide In tbtK
new bi.iier. and wilhont an eerurrenc of an of th old nn
pennant eooBn,nncea. It la hentlhv, beeaiw br th iipc of a
MindenaiT, uvajioiation I. pienied, and lli enlTt enn be ImU
ed lonfr; enough to ndeae all the niitnml eteinenta of the
berr.'-, and gel Uiem In Jun prononion 10 iu oeverago.
THE OI.A DOMINION corrKE POT
, U th mniit pennomleal . for rtothlilff bein lot by erapora
tlon In Ixdltniti ma (burtli lew cp!!e la ieiilred: whi. tb
bcvoiDKC iit ati.jngi'r, uio.c riRRraiii, ani Dioie ururicnis.
xiir: rf.n TioitiiivioN cniFEn pot
Xerer IiiIIh tnd Uji watli rteht. Cook cannot amdl Tour
cti. of entree by nfrle.t or forjretruliiei, aflvr ah liaa glared
tb boner on iua f iova ,or nsa. i . ,
the of.n nonl.Monr cnFrrx pot
Ii manufactured under the p-itent for the L'nttrd State hj
i AKTltl'H. Bl'liNHAM At OILHOV,
, . HI A llO Soitb Tenth Street, I'lilltdtlpl.ia.
pjr AIo. wtannftieliirera for lb I'nlted tatea of AR
TIll RS CKI.F.HRATKD PAThtiT AIR-TIGHT Ski.
SLAUFiCA.rs JARS. . -.
STRA YKD FROM TIIK Sub
scriber, on the 28th Inst, one dftik
jedrOeron Cow with the' end of lr liorna
mired oil. AnT.'rpon retornlne- aald eow, or l-int Infornia-
Uon wi.er .be amy l rounrl, etmll be in eral v rewarflea.
Ashtabula, Sept. 80th, ''" , ,-'S F. CARLISLE.
i l -
rI"MlK subscriber hnvincr linked fholr two
A rtHl.;Mimcnt, and now oernpy TWO STOfttiS on tlie
Corver of Feveca and Superior sfrrrtt,
Would re.peetfultr Invite fTe.u.lceeper, and Ihoae ati-nt co
ng to ItonM'keet iirar. a well a Stran?erit vt.tnp Cleee'a d
to mil and exnmtne Ihrir imnicnae atnek of the above nnuied
gooda, which enmpH. th . .
iMrgul a d Riel.ft Slack tf China, JTtjl nf .Vrw Turk.
W lirkv on hand a complet aaaortment of
WHITE, IRON STONE-WARE
of Hi nt quality, warranted not to erack or turn yllow
ij-oui uoi wnier, ana lor eaie in
i Dinner. Tea and Breakfast Sdi,'
or Irr the atnfft pte, a low a enn He bourtit in tha city.
We bav alao twenty-fit c)i'frnt pattern of . . .
, GOLD.KASD TKA-SKTS, '
fimrrifi ir mr ww nrd rpry rich retn, and we tV1. rtwf1
tl-ntw cr.n ritit In ntylt nrd' Ti-lcft tlie moit fjutldiou ad
inirrr of Cliia. A1im, nil kind nf
mid a vtvkty of
House Fnrnishing ArlicleF.
Ilritannrs AH' scfl ? V.rer Hnttd Ware,
iiir and lit chamber rta,
icf rrMHi -if rn.
Looking CI t,
. ta.P( ;
. . Wain-r,
. . Filtera,
Our Sloc eAnip'-'fl trrry ninety o'
hah mx i ii if r,
CIlANDtXIEHS. 11KACKKTV, pWtV MliHTfl. rAl'EK k
iil.ASS SliAUt:"1, LH.lilF.lt-, Lc.
All ordera for Ga Kixtit e and for Attiu up IIoubci with
Gan l'it io the citj or in the rtelgbbntiitg Iotqi, prnuiptlj
rMCES VKRY LOW FOR CASH.
Goodt carefully packed and delivered at the Pepot fiee e
FOfifl, EMSWORTH k O.,
Xoa. 21W, 2ti0 A ai Superior St. Cor. of Senren.
458 CUt eluxd, O.
I70UND. A Wallet containing a Rmall
A. mcunt nf mnnry and patni of anme value The owner
enn oLtnrn it o application at thia oQicc, and the payment of
AnhUibtila. ti4. 2ft WK 458
T-TORSES nnd 'HORSEMANSHIP!
OX THE FAIR GROUXDS AT MKADVI1.LE, TA
lYtdaaday, TLvrUaq, mud Fridtif, October
l.;ta, 1414, a.d li.li, IHM.
Trlcea lobe awarded to th amount of $1, SOU, $2.' to 1
di.lubuled li.r Ijidien l:i.llng I A Oiand Hurdle Iucj by la
die t And a Mule race wiitateo come off.
There la on the grounds on. of tlie beat )i inile track In
tlie .State, which hut been put In good order tlie pn n n. tea
Among Ui prljca are four or five, of $100 eaeh, to the
fnateitl trotting lioi-Hea, and all the other prize for homes and
colt of diilerenl clatM-a, aie on tlie moat liberal ecai.,
It i expetel that there will be a large attendance of (rood
horses from a distance, and all having home which they wih
to extiinit or let, are imiled to atteud. tsaturckiy, the lUt1,
will be devoted to lae aaie oi uom-.
I.VSAMIKK PEI.TOX, Ohio.
I.. I.. H.UT(IN, Meadvitle, i'a.
W. C. HllAl.tr, E:ie, I'a,
2lliH f.r Coin, of Arrsugement.
FALL, Ut' 1858.
TVc are uow prepart-d, with our
New Fall &. Winter Goods I
To offer to Our Friends and th publte penerally a pd an
asaortmeut aa any aiieiy Bioie ui iu touuny. iu u
BRY GOODS DEPARTMENT,
m-yy U ("nnd a laiy stock ol Clotiie. nuniineres, Hauncttr,
r laiiiiela, Sim ail u -j
Dress Goods, Shawls, Hoop Skirls, 4c,
A large and fulr
Stock of Boot) and Shoes,
our usual larje stock of
Groceries, of Supcri or quality,
Crockery, , ,
, , llurdwato, . '
, , Hats nnd Cnp,
'ailH, Glass, Putty,
W aliall U our Coo4 for CASH, or to ' prompt paiuf
, Ow; Cheapest,
aa that in tha trade we particularly deflfre, and ahall radea
er to lake aw of. IV Uk phaaure la aiiowuta our fiouda,
t4 be bappy to do ao at auy tiiua. for without U we
ma haxdiy peA to ae.il. v
EDWARD II. ROBERTS.
, In how riwt'l-ig liU
FALL STOCK OF GOODS!
and Invito -rrji&s
To Call n ml Examine them.
pa HTicri.ii n wet wrr.w.
ntSNKR on Hie FA II. U ROUND.
n. s.il-e.tlier haelnr armnirrS with th oSleora III
nna(iiint pi the Town.hlp fair, will get np ra tb fair
UniuDil,t a n-aannaoie rm, t i
A Dinner, 'oh WrrfwrXify, '. ', '
IBT IhoH la .tt.nd.nea, wb. -T W 7,';;--
JliffmU, Sit- ' 4r'T
New Goods -Fall BupplleB.
C 11 KM! AM, Jr., 1ms j't rccelred
KJ0 from N Vork, a terg and wU atleted Uiile af
GsaiOQstbls Dry Ooods,
Groceries, Crockery iwul Ola-Wiive, ljOok'';;
mg-Ulasscs, &c.,- Ac,
wMrti, tlifv tint! tliclr nnirrprf.ile fi'urpti in th nrrmn'
iont of out new and neurit. u tfott, (w-fwnt, with th ftok
nitia, o nrrnj oi iivtcnunril'e niiiurpaKcrd in
Amount, Varivty, Excellence and Chcapnts.
bT uriT O Iter rf( .iMlihinrtit In f tTWi nt nnnfr. fit nfl (hnw
l..rtu.itrf, otir utk wH b. np to the wni.tt .f U crtm
muiiftr mi'l tlic con'liti n of t,tV tit4riit, mu the (.hrf
out 0 4 Mpi-cht, unci th U-trn of n cnet, w,P ,1-e rnmulttl
nl gmtliied, with the aviurt tpl.itkttl g4 fifHi jf, a In tf'tici
jitnimoMimt acjw, i&ji-. i i t
MISS A, E. SALISBURY
renneetfullv aiinniincii to thef'ttUena of AaUtabula Ai:4
Vicinity, tbiit Nhe la dealroua of o'jtalnliif
' U. Olnss in. 3VtvT!Etic,
elttieron the I'lA VO FoltTR or VRLonKON., lUiln la
uinlcr tlie 'nittruclioii of the beat tt-auhvia In
New Haven, Connecticut nnd Xcw Yorl ,
and alw harlne tiad emuldemW peilene teneher, h
reelri hemelf TuliT eoinp tent to do lu-tle to any, who lur
be placed under lr charge. She wl.l 1bo leacli
T II O O VO II. II A H H ,
to ttiore who mny deli. Itm-wwi at Ui HaK HOUSE. 407
(XIX A l'ES I ORAFES ! For Sole 2000
Culnha end taabella Umi A'ltt, reuiarkatty Uealtby
and Tlgorou, at th following mU f '. ' , ,,
2 year o'd $'0 per hundred.
, -1 iaar old j S p.-r huudietL,
ineyarVf put out ou favorable term. J
Madt'on, !.! ConwIy. O. Sep-1 1 16.
"A CatM ttf Gcmr If at 4 S'lalm," - -
A, Thousand ntrd One Stories, of Fict ''
and Fancy, Wit and fTumor. ' ' i '
RIll MK, RKASO., AXD RO.VAXd.
1 F.dited by S. O. OOOil HiUU, tl'ewr Parley,)
One Tolume, large octavo, handaoinely bound In red morwno,. .
witD till aide and buck; eoiitHinin"7il agea, and . 4.
ll.uetrated by iKW Ueuutttui liugrav iuga.
The design of IhU' book' is Jo bring' wholo
UlrarlHi Into a ingle volume to furuisu a n.eutal meat lor
ei-y duy and ei hour hn every tame, htfirHM-, m, afHic .
tomtit Hit tue giavo and guy, lb Old Mtd yudng; uav,
tlieielotc, Science a".d 1'i.I.iimj,iIi,v, l.biuo and i.uaauu, Vv ll
aud IS i-Mlnm, e'aet and Kunt:, wuic-U, put Uigetuec a tLey .
pi-ounce a aorl ol tntelnctuiil .iuiii puuutng, InunumvU j
Mbult- if pl'.it'd and npieed with puna, conundiuni, K
atut uioile.hi. tv mtiiit) ul a giui.u of thrw ituudieU
fu tit 5u pn'cn are given the eesencct of thought and leutt
aieut iioiu itoi tue, .luey .Smitu, anm. .hniithon, and. uiuny
oiiim; cleiimt uneUuicM, iJilrvrnUn cctotitiHwUt pt, UenU'iii'
Yttnvugautv, gttueied iroiu the Jour H'tiUqf tht i rt
ouX.lt ha A tnv Uik'! ot !)n Unix le amt ol.l ti.iu.; of fcu
iatltn nf' Klrt f lit himI .atm(rtiti; t tbe epic poeitM Ot Jeiu
Kitt'in Dcljverrd, itlcttinctiu' Oiiaud KmioMi, and i.thernt of
Hie l,i!e and rtai iiiffrT or ilit. t'mtfnton. aud tue rti'tow !
d tt;ftiie Hui.by t'nr and tbe ii ecu MovuLtin Oi, h; vt
ttitj i-tle ot bam tiuAi Moti. jentiti tue J.ion kidvr. Cunaiiiuga.
the elephant ditroyet, ati'J iavitigxton tu gi ane clianer; ot
btcveu'rt Trave in tK.vt and l aienuiie, t'atil and i ui it,
Aiexaii'h-r IhmiKM, tlnr "Vrf I amity i.ubutoii. ilr. Ulidtoii
nnd aiu Putcsi; wi.n cpky ct'atiou trf pnie ai d Httiyt from
the mjiiei-rv,i, iU ol t ie Uy aj;i-nw, l;t-ut. i ay 4 id
Taylor. lr. Kuue, t'oiumCiiote i'erry, e.c It fiiui-hi'H, mlnn,
a I uud of iilo-iti in1 ton lor tho mu.t irto Natural Jlitory
ot tbe iiible, whioit In a nbjct ol ej.hi4Httieui titie.it; itrik
Itiit taetii Ij AHtiuiiutity, Ciiv.intrv. and .VatJf.l liintoy; it
m.-iikililf Itiogiai'hhh. Interfiting lraels and Wonderful
lUscOverte- in Ait and ScTeuce. '
1'i.TKtt J'AHLfcT. the editor of thin book, his 8 wmid-widor
reoiitntion, nn an author hU wiiiiti imvfir rcm fa mi Jar
an linufeliold word wherevoi tht Kngisb iunprunKe is Rpoken.-
i lllS IS Jits LAST WOKK, and we pre-iict b.r H a "-uUr-i'y
eiiual. if nut anterior, Ut that itojiiired by any of hla finV
SIT' I hU aork will le ofd ttHutirefv h fitbmpt9 at
the low ptfc-e of $.1 fid. AKwnta wanted iu ati parte ri th
country to obtiln aubfcriben. fo it.
.iH'CHnfi ei.ies will oc m?ni ov in hi, prepaid, to any an
d.ra ou receipt of the p-ice. For full particular arinn-aa
DKttilVf k JA"KN, rnbKrra.
St t:t Mt Nnwtu Kt , New Yorh
Mm ilia 'lowum-nd
V . . .. .i t.
11 K pi.id Ili)ii)tr 'l ownsc-rnl ix liorely
JL notllled thnt the I'liihillT, Maiil'.a Towmei.d nt. flie 20l'h
rtv of S-pt ember, -filed Ler H-U'ioti ill the Court of,
Cnminon i'leax. in rhe t'nn.ttv of ANhUhula, and State of
Ohio, titer- Hi pravini; to Im divorced ft on anht Ifiiidnnt, ai.l
aligning lor uiuae wtlU'.ii uleiictt for mare thnti t!ir yeatr.
tftt6T Attopiicvn ftr llainttiT.
A Il.-nr Ye! I IV.tr Yo !
I'XU, TMOSK l WANT OV BOOT and SIIOKS. will
do welt to cull at tlie
Bimt und ShoR Stoic, of I). Thillipv
be'ore purchasing elm-where. If you bve gnt the REJDY
avai ior mtii. ii not; you can go e'fewnere, oe n ocicr
niiucd to wit for Kemly i'ay, and nrtbing ele. Alot klnda 1 1
proli;co Uil eT in 4-xchnnpe fur Knot and Sli'-en. The Mih
ncnlet hiu reduced lti pt iuen to cnrteepntid wiUi the time,
and iii twtiind not to be nndoraold. ilix work i got np out of
good itock, and or wetl rrfide aa any work you lr 1 Und in
The (Joitnty or Stale,
and he 1st Ivoiind to net) It aa fliMP, if not eheaper, fhan von
ran purchnM K?tti'rti work, for hi Rahtein work he wlU atll
cheaper, thn cm te bought In tmrn elsewhere.
Don't foi fr-t the p 'ace, at The tuf (Ji Rig Root, Viak
IJhok, Alitahala. 4.7 l. i'lll'.j Jim.
rrnouHAriis. a wnntinij "oVn
inent of IJ'hrtmphii fr fireci in PahitL-ig, At'., for ale
at J. K. tll.APMAN a Uk a Variety stnie,
' i ; Aabtatola, 0
A few doom Sooth of tha Hank.
K k $25 Sewing Machines PateniU
tjlt WAY 6th, 1H6P.
J he Kiibftcrilrur hiivin purcltiired the Htfht to tliln townnlilp
io tlie above ilne'iii e. lukcv thi method to let thoe wUMnif
to pnrc'iae know, wliere they ran get tte It family Muchh
now in u?, and would miy thai he will deliver, put! np, suH
warnint every lncliinr he elU to he peilet in all tin pail,
and nn theie haa reeeittly I e n one or two hnpinveioentfi luatle
in thin Machine, we heik-ve it now etandi wKhout rival, und
in jtiKt what every luiuily ni-etU.
It wanawaidyd the f rrnt Pn-mlum at the S. t. Ftafe Fair,
heidatBullrtlo, Oct Vtlu 1H7, tor it ofmplicity. pjrabiii
(Japucity, and i'raclieal L tilhy.
MufieVi, ut d Wlieeiei k Wilt one high pi let d ilachlum
were in comiiithD.
1 he above ifacb'ne e,in he aeen and U-itttK at the ntldenco
of the imbfcriber, wheie he will be hnpy to wait nn any who
may favor hint with a ctli. Kxtra Nitdiei kept on hand for
the acomtuoduttnn nf thoae who mi.y need- Het-idence ou
at rect, mar the KpUmil Church. ' V. Jfi. MALI.
Afhtuhula. A ng. attlli, 1HH. ' - ,
TOTICK. OilluTt J. MtTsImn, of
1 Hpriugfle'd, In the County of Erie, and State of Penn
m, lvat.it, in uotiiud that Pelif-a A. Mfi-nhen, did on the 1Mb
duy of A(fUft, A- Ih lK-'h. "le her jK-tltion In the ofTire of the
('lurk of the Court of Common 'ptia, within 'and for the
County of Aehlabul.t, nnd State nf Ohio. ciiaru th Mid
Gil beit J. Meiahan wi'li Iraoduleut ntarib)ff ctxilruct, extn-uw
cruelty, and dwse nt Klfct of duty, and Bhkinjr flint he may
le divorced fioin wild CiilWrt J. Meridian, nnd for allmmiy,
whhrh peU J'in will ttiiidfiM' lKatiiTir nt ih next term of Com t
IUted IhU li til day of Angut. A. I. lft.18.
PKI.!SA A. MKItSIIAV.ln;
1451 hlierrn.10 k Krner, ber Atty.
OX MANHOOD A medical cwny
ntic. rtrlMim evd radiant mrt W Spermatorrkmm,
4fCt KitkuuHle km ihteruat mettictut, cunt it
iuUiO.t, or uLy mechanical appliance. i
Just Prui-iaiiKO, the 6th adltixn. In a aealed enrelnpe, flta
aud mailed to any addrva, pottt-uaid, uit leeoipt of i aUunpa.
Thii little work, emannlintr from a oelebratfd inenilr of tl
meilioal proU)ioii, riven the nsot Important iutornmtion ever
pul-li"hed to all erMjii eutertnli.ing doubta of tbt-ir physical
conrlllion, or a ho a e cui.tri'Mie of haviitir haauudti tjielr
health and happiitfa CKUjtaii.injf the imriirulan U an en
tirely new and e-ieot n-medy for Hj-frmalorrlHu or Hfininal
Weitknew, ltebjliiy, NeriHu mm1, pepedti of H .rt l.nM
ol KueriTV, IjiM'itude, Timidity, Involuntary Ken.liuil OhcWg
e, Impitired "itiht and Uemoty, lllotchen and Fituji on tho
acet I'ilea IudiKenUon, I'alplUition of t'.e Heart, and Bodily
1'nMtration of the whole Mtetn, Ituduciti imH.iejjcy and
mental and physical lnearity.ly me.in of which every J9am
Dinv rure ltlnelf pHvntpIv, ai d at a M'Hnfr exiwnae.
J-jp- Addie-a Or. CM. 4. V, KIJSR. let Avenue, cor IWlj
etn eU New Vork; Pout Bow. No. 4!Hti. m4,-i
G"ilAlN CRADLKS.-Orniro Yiuq pyd
T ML I V GUAIN CKADKIsB, for anV If
July , 'hU. uys Q. UriUlAltl.
CTUAAVBKKRY PLANTS "ftr rule.e-
KJ Tli. Sulieeiihrr lias foe sal a few thouMuid itrawberry
ylanta of the following varieties i
Hovcy'ii Seedling ; 1 ' ; ''1
15uit' new pino,
Lnri-'o fit rly scarlet.
TUene ar Hire, tiest vsiletli la eullltln and ar srairui
ed to he true to nam. . .
Htrawliarrfea may b sat any Itia) froan Ox " H August
Io Uh- n.Wnl. .?.(. I'n V' 1'un.liad U.
Ashtabula, Jul. iUi, 184 EMullY I.I I K.
r WIIKAT WANTED I
THE BUIlSClUBKHSura In. want of
KKtr WHEAT, dlled at thtr Mill, U AbtUoia, !r
..i.i-k i.- uii....t auj-kl ailo will n ntud in Casta.
. i H4H.M0.- 4 rEKRIQO.
aVhtabuls, bt , l1-