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The Great Leveler.
BY BARRY CORNWALL.
Tli Vi"lt reitfru tm ft throne of roM,
Ttn.-ed round rv Via 'tIrM t.W'm","
Tii bnrnn lie sit, 111 hi. cntl olit,
Drioli'.nR tii. r!", nul wine;
lUil below, Mow, in hit miljil ront,
The WirjjaT ho lunclh hungry note,
And Uie .pinner ii bound to lii weary ttire.il,
And Hie dt-btor lies down with m citing head.
So the woilil pot's!
Ho the utroam flownl
Yl there is fe'.'ow, vthom nobody knows,
Who mnkelU free.
On land nd ien,
Aod forcctU tberiou liko Iho poor to Duel
Tbelndy lies down in hfr wnrm white lawn,
And dream. Ofthe pearled pride!
The milk maid infra to the white-eyed dawn
Bad ionrr. on the cold hill-eide;
And the bitdiop smiles, an on hifrh he sits,
On the cholar who writeg and starves by fits,
And the girl who her nightly needly plies
hooVt out for the summer of life and dies!
So the world pooal
So the stream Hows!
Yet there Is a fellow, wham nobody knows,
Who niaketh nil free,
On land and sea,
The American roinological Convention
tiehl recently, find the following discussion,
which vrns" peculiarly iuterest'inn: For
twenty-five years past we Imve been stick
ing to tho Isubella and Catawba, without
looking for anything further; but the dis
co wy of the Deleware and Kcbccca have
produced a revolution. The Delaware,
red (crape, is rated by European penologists
a being eqnrtl to anything in Europe for
iue.- The Rebecca, a white grape, is very
liardy, and is equal to many of the vanntcd
Euroreon varieties as a fable trrape. The
Clara promises well. The Hartford Tro
li6o lias this year ripened a month earlier
than the Isabella, to which it is of equal
excellence aud productiveness. It promises
to take the lead as a IVoit'cn grope
that large portion of the country where the
Isabella and Cahawba will not ripen. Dr.
Bcrckmnus has ordered a large number
vines fgf his plantation in South Carolina,
lie csjiects they will rircti there for wine
making in Jane, so that they will not inter
fere with his later wine-making. H hav
ing thirty acres of the Cabawba planted,
ilr. Alt bag been sending large quantities
f grapes from South Carolina to the New
Tork market. Mr. Redmond of Angusta,
Ga , is giving his whole attention, to the
cultnre of seedling grapes.
Preservation or Grapes is Wistkb.
tave, hist Fall, a chanter on the preservation
of grope fresh for Winter use. The methods
then advised insured tn all who adopted them,
a goo' degree cf success. But we have siuce
learned a bet tor mode, w hich we cau recommend
on the authority of others, aud our owu experi
Let yonr grapes be fully npo before gather
ing; several sharp fronts will not hurt them.
detective berries should be picked out from
linnchea with a pair of 6harp pointed seizors.
Baw a ban-el iu two, to. make tubs for harvesting
the grapes, and bore several holes in the sides
of the tubs to furnish air to the fruit Handle
the bunches carefullv when pluckintr them,
carry them withont jolting, to a cool, air cham
ber. Leave the tubs partly uncovered, and
them stand a week or ten days for the fruit
go through the sweating process. This having
been done, pack the grapes in boxes containing
Biz or eight pounds eacn, aim oei inem away
where thev can be kepi uniformly dry and dark,
with a temperature rangine from 35 to 4
If they are packed between layers of eot'ton,
in drv bran, it will be all the better. - It should
be borne in mind that light, heat and moisture
promote fermentation, and of course decompo
sition. The nearer the' fruit earn be kept to
freezing point without actually freezing,
Keeping BwRkt Potatoes. Enoch Engle,
or Beaver Co., Pa., sends tho following
be thiuks will benefit many who now losealarge
proportion of their sweet potatoes by rotting.
Dig early, and pack in boxes with air holes,
not large enough to admit mice. They may
packed with dry earth, although it is not
nary that anything be put with them in the
Nad coers over them, and place in. a dry
bank. A rotten potuto will seldom be
even in Spring." We will add that potatoes
for seed should be dug very carefully
and as many of the fibrous roots left adhering
to the tubers as possible. They may then
buried 'm a coal bank or in dry sand out of
reach of frost- We would also recommend
lock boxes to pack iu as lc$3 liable to be e-itea
into by mice.
Culture of the Blackberry.
Mr. AVm. LAWToy, -
the following directions:
"r Soil. Although eingularly productive
on anr good farming land, for a permanent
nlantation. a rich, loamy, aud rather
aoil, well manured, is recommended.
' Flanling. If put out in a dry season,
throw into the place assigned to each
abont a gallon of water, and allow it
settle away; then regulate the earth for
Teception, and put in the roots about
inches deep; a proper hnmidity of the
will thus be preserved for a long time.
Watering upon the surface hardens the
impedes the healthful influence of the
and dew, auc,v often proves fatal to
'tslance. Agaiut a wall or garden
plant them five feet apart; or where
an be approached on either side to
the fruit, only four; fur field cultivation,
allow at least tn feet between the
(all of which srtact will It rtuqir&l the
Summer,) for the convenience of gathering
tho fruit, when tho plant has attained
full size and ttrengtb. Any gardner
know how to occupy the superfluous
until required for the proper cultWatioo
First Ytar. la furling up or
the ground, be careful uot to interfere
o , . 4
t.n p-rowth of luo new snoots, as itiey
e " . . . , '. r ii
stitute the bearing wood for the
,year, nd if tboj are destroyed tbe
Second Year. The planU will be
rooted, but of medium size ouly.
the bud put forth ia tie Sprinp,
th length of the letwling shoots about
and shorten also the LitvraU, iu
same way, and they will produce a crop
good fruit, without further care, besides
. nibbing stroDg vigorou. caues for the
lViird Year. Tho jiTaots will now
'.. fuli leering, and niuot be pruned aod
aged with due regard to their extraordinary
lize, prodiictiveum and increase. All
old wood having decj aed during the
sLouid be reiuoted early in the Spring
selecting three of four of the best
shoots in etti b Lilt for bearing. New
may be mnde witb tbe other
or if not rtvjuirtd for that purpose,
luuht be cut away close to tba surface,
all the strugl'tug shoot betweea tba
criiUicattMi. . . ; ,
J'runin tlu Third Yiwr.---roanyJof
pnutr.i.'.u sbooti will now be from sir
tTlv ft h hs and tbey may be cut
l! tir 1 ii -tli, tt.net iu hbortou
the U nd, or- uboul one-third
the cnltivator will have acquired a sufficient
knowledge of the plant to exercise a proper
ndizini'iit; indeed, tho pruning ami maiiBge-
men. may no doubt in st.me localities be
aried to advantage; my practice u 10
shorten the Literals one-half.
J'rops. If the cultivator slull Uesire to
m.imri the plants, a cheap and convenient
wav is. to nut out posts at tho extremity of
tho rows, and extend from them a single
wire, to bo elevated about four feet, aud
imported at proper tuterv.vls ly siuKca
driven into the ground: to this the canes
ho rendilv attached: but If Diopeily
ei i -
pruned thoy require uo support.
Flirting.- Give us any kind of a female
black or brown, maimed or deformed, before
flirt, fine i a one ms neit her mint y" nor
rin.iiiu.l ill lior ai.lll , TIlilliM SO Cold are
altogether too cold ana insipiu ior nei
.lMioati nfiminul t (m lorn men t. The man
who marries her will curse his fate as long
a. he lives. From flirtiuir. nothing respect
able ever resulted. Had females never
flirted, females had never lost tneir cuarau-
t r- flirtation is the fiist step to Uisliouer
The first ojIc of tho ruined ni.iideu in.iy bo
cimipare.l to the fust glass of the tipUr.
We do not any that all dirts turn out at last
tn loud i u fa iu ui lives, but they are certain
ly ou the very edgo of so d-grading them-
Young ladies who coquette with cvory
young mai they meet, who look wonderful
ly sweet, and kind and Renlimeiiliil on every
stranger that comes, who fish fur the praises
and compliments of the men, wherever they
go, who grow outrageously offended if po
liteness i.s paid to any one but themselves,
and who are always jumping, ready to go
out when asked, no matter by whom, who
think nothing of giving tangible hints to
that effec'; and who in ull this have noth
ing at all iu view but to tleece their victim,
to trifle with their feeling, and to sntisfy
(heir owu poor vanity; well 1 from such
may trie Ijora uelivcr the mam sex ooin aay
and night, for Ruch will make them waste
their tune, squander their dollars, nnd uo
irretrievable mischief to their mortality.
The affections are things not to be trifled
with, aud he or she who does so deserves
to be most paiufully ljeerated in thcra.
MASTER COMMISSlONEU'sS Sale
Ileal Estate, Ashtabula Common 1'leas,
Jane Term, 1858. ,
Fredefick Kluaman, 1
ra. Order of Sm'.t.
Stephen P. Se.rell.atal J
BY VIRTUE of an order of Bale, duly
issued from vld Court in the. abort casa to me directed,
1 will niter for faie by way of nubile auction at the door ot
Court House in JelTerson, Ashtabula county, Ohio, on Hon
da, the 6th day of Se4eroher, A. D. J between tbe hours
of' 10 and luor o'clock of said oar, the A.llowlojr described
Real Estate, to wit : cituat In the townslnp of Ashtabula,
in the Countr of A-ltUbula, and State of Ohio, and beinir
part of Lot So. i, ao called which, b hounded as fellows:
North by land owned br Edwin Harmon, Eist by the top
thebink.nn the West side of Ash tabu ia creek. West by
Turnpike Road, and Houth by a line parrali l to the North
line and Bv rxxta distant therefrom. Anpral-cd at f -MO.Otl,
. . aj WM. HK.V DUV.
Jnlv lal. 1".. ?iaMrr (.luiiiiri'Mifi
MASTElt COMMlSSlOMiK'S Sale
Real Estate, Ahtabula Common I lensi
June Term, 1858. . .
Stephen k Fitclt J -. . -'
ts. Older of Sale of mortgaged
Jeduthan ' lole, Et Al ) preimsea.
Y VIRTUE of nn order of. sale,
w tssneH from said Court In ihe above case to me
rected, 1 will otter for sale by way of public auction at
door of the Uourt house in jenersnn, Asmuouia couuvr,
on Monday, th lh day of tjeptember, A. O. I.1), between
it,, iwumnt Ulind njur o'clock of an id duy. the following
described Real F.state, tn wit; Silniwe In tbe township
Harparaneld, county of Ashtabula, and Stat of Ohio, and
bnnsn h-imr naii l' Lot No. 09. Iu aia HaiTWisHeld,
being the West half of said Lot, No. W, except whatjies
Ho-ith of the Road, running cmsa the South eud thereof,
and bounded aa follows, to wit : orin on i.ar xit. a-i;
on tha center of the - oad F.ast on the Fast half of said
No. W, and West on Lot No. bt), cuutaiuing fnrly-flve
of Land, be the same core or les appraised at tl8,00
ra VM. HF.SIIKY.
JW SOth. 1s, t2M t'jO Master Commissioner
SHERIFF'S SALE of Real Estate, Ash
tabula Common Fleas, March Term,
8ul Ptnmh Assignee of
t. to. 11 F! Fa.
L. 0. Johnaoo.
BY VIRTUE of a writ-of Mms l
f-arias, duly issued from mid Court ip the above ease,
u directed, I will oifor lor sale by way t-f pnhiic auction
the door ol the Court here tn Jclfersori, Ashtabula
Ohio, on Monday, the TM day of AngoaL, A. U. 1W,
th twtiifa nf It) Ant t Tour o'clock ot wttd dar. th follow
ATiiA Real fciiiMt. to wit.iMtuatc in t i tewtvnip
Geneva, in th cotinty or Ashtabula, and the Stt of
t....ir in tfa. ItLutt tM.rt 4l Ffrtinu Nn. 3. in anid totri.iihii,.
(fiouiup about teu roda Kast ofthe Poiith-Kant corner
(iforrm Ki labd. muuiuir thenw .outh to tbe cent.-r
the North Kidf Hnad, thwee U'ent a!onc the centor of
Hidtfw Koad To tUe E;it line nf Salmon Srymourf I -and,
North on anid Smour'a land to ihe South Hn of the
;enr Itt-xW laidf themw tNtnt lo the place of bejnminf,
thirty and oue ha'.f, (W1,) aens of IsdH, beii.fr
mue Uud he retolone di-wit d by Atiton Boiith, to lvl O.
uit, Having and ker-ar ian Uierefti-T ouu and one foartu
urs nf land. itiat on the said North Kidire. near the
ter of the above dehcriued tract, dredfd to 1-evvU A.
with tli aiipurtenaucea. AnriniiK'd at
WM. II EN PIE Y. Pheriff.
JfTomn, July ld,
Order of Pale.
MASTER COM MI SSI ONK US Sale
Real Estate, AshtaUula Common
June Term, 18.'8.
Executors of T. C. SUrven,
Aiwnstns Bartiiobimcw, . 1 J
TJV VIRTUE of an order of sale,
-U iiwmed from ald Court in the above cart, to me
I will onr fr h by way of puMie auction at the dmjr
r.,-! Ualuji in Jvifo.-win A hliil. ii 2 foil II t" Dili. I on
tbiv tbe fich dm? of ent-inber. A. I). 1 between the
of 10 ami four oeiock t atid dty, the foilnwinp de-ctiiM-d
Keal Estate, to wit: Situate in tbe tAwnxhii) vt
Comity of AdbUbula, and fttute of Ohio, and Ih buii-lel
oe(ci'ilt-a at Totiowa, 10 wu : ivnnvnu uriuir in im
in great lot No in aaid 1o4lli)iip, cornmeurtnir at tbe
Hv con.er of a lot of land uvn--d by Wm. luttie. and
ticled to 1. French, niufih.fr North one hundred and
frwr n-et, (14 tWt.) thence Wmt one bitnona and
tWU ilai6fet,) to UohI owned bv J. J. Ed-on.
outb to tlie Kitiga Kad, one hundred and ninety ft-et,
feet,) thence ISant V2 tc-itt to tbe place or heiiinninr,
which lot U a taveru uuuae and buro. Apirait-d at
Jnlr 31. 1. tJM W Fjf!al Master timniUf-toner
XTOTICE. Stephen F. Sclhy, of Uonloul
XI in the County ut Hhamnaifni and Ut nf u.inow. is
fied that Harah A. .elbv did on tiitt htli tiy ff Sei.Umljer,
tile her Mtition in the oflice of the Clerk ol' the
Coniiuon 1 witulu ana fir lite uouniy tti Axnianuia
Rule of Ohio. cJntrinn: the raid rttej hoc F. v.by with
neglect of d-ity and extreme cruelty townrd. the aaul
A. 8elbv. ajid'afi-iufr that he may be ditortxd fnim the
Ktepheu F-Seihv, aud Tor reaonable lltaonr; which
will (stand for heariiifratfthe next term of eaid Court.
bated thU 7th duy of fieulvmbcr. 4rV
8AKAII A. BELBY,
6t4.Sii Hy Pherman k Fanner, her
NOTICE. The Slate of Ohio, Ashtabu
la County, a.
Jobu C. Graiioia, eTocntor ol )
Bajuuel C. Ives, 1'1'lf, ( In the Court of Common
vs. I of Ashtabula. County,
Asa Vslllre. Dun )
Asa Mattice, of th tat of .Vew York, will take nolloe
John C. trrruiiis, Kxecutor Of Saiouel Ires, deoraaod,
tnh day of hitulr, A. II. ISoX, Ale his iition In th
of Common Fleas within and lor th County of Ashtabula
In said Hut of Ohio, analost the said As Mattiee,
forth that tbe eatd As Hall tec roe hi not to th said
C. lies, in bis Ills tune for tlWl also that suld Aa
tie waa indebted to the said Joes on aiwiont fcm and
Mine ha not been paid; th -a,n ,,u,uilll. as men
I i"i "wami ihsiuii, as loco
con- " judrnent sPin.t i.i drt.ot foT wnoo
luir-it from nopUniber oih, laan. Ksttt As Usin.i-u
following quir-at to .d .n p.,,, ou"r bXTtu.
oaiuiuay aiuar toe louiuay oi uclolier neat.
ing be In
Paled Heptemrair 8th, 18S,
AtUirusys Mr fuaUiUIT.
The State of Ohio
bula County, as. Court of Com mow Plea.
Poor Fattersoo, )
Ell T. I'alterao. . J .
TT1K defendanl Is beieby aotlSerl, thai on the second
Bopteuiber, A I) Itiox, tha pUlniirf filed ber peiiiioa
I'ourt, aaraioat tu defnilaot, praying a divorce from
the grounds of extreme cruelty nl hbltoal druukenea
mors tliaa thra years, of the Defeudaut; aod that said
will U hoard at the oxt lrm of aaid Court.
st4i4 liKllltA FATTEftSOV.
JuLu rleld, DMasMed, ITi,
Jaaper R. Hntliaway,
alary E. Ilatliaway, k
Jobu llatha-Yy, Deft.
tb Court raf
Jaar-sr R. Hatliawar, n Mary E. Hatbaway, of
Hem roek, will Uk untie, tliat t. Q. FAKMKR,
tor of Job Krid, 'erea.!, dial o th first day of
A D IimVH, flt hi pwtiUon iu th Court of Common
withitt aod for tb County of jUIiUIhiu, arul hi tli
frt'io, saMatt Ja-iuwr 11. il-Abwway, alary Ml. llstlsaway,
Job llatlaawar, defrMleo(a, praviug tut jiadi-aamit
H. iUUaaway, for Its 46-IOU u4 Inioraat, and lur tb
mi m Isuow id kit ia tb Iweronyh of own ill, m ui
uaiM-itfaa-ml t said laiqutl br aaid Jiaaaaar K.
m4 Mary . HMbaswar, to e-O'Tt tu ytiMHeuL of said
af swan, Hid tbe aaid Jaa, r K. lialiutway, Ul4
ftathaway, ai roquired lo answer stud petition, Qo or
the third Saturday aJuar tb Ma day of Ootober nest.
Anrnrt 81.L S 'AKMtlt,
ai Administrator or John Kid, i
via. , . r 1
of, I r you w.n. dhjw t; n . . mt
Uttrtvls, rj ' '
S e to i rig JI achine$
77VKRY Fnmily now-n-dnys begins to
lj frl lh" Importune nf Dm tno-lilneii, hut nunjr t
. I.. .l4,ttn lu U, mMIrr nf Kelfclinn. MI rtlicrl lilve
hwlllv inrcl,l rlidip, tn Ilii'Xi n.cl l:ip, Ttlilcll tlicjr
Hml l !' p"or iiIIh1 to nnwcr Uir nn derlKiiti. " "
nho hv h8 oiortuiiiti" for ciMni ilinn ol Hie inerlti. ol
thr diHnTPit nncliinn In r'llly divrover wlikh liold tht
nupeiloiitjr mid '-ive U. j)lm whirr- juiitir poiuli U du,
! ll"ffrr Wilson's Machivt
wry tntelllmit obertrHl tduill, tUpdJ wltbcut rival
lla ndntw r .
1 lt niiaiillntj nd rut.T of conitructlon.
q tv. ..il.r.raind uritUiew of In f lilcli lllce on botti
And iU fiwlnin finin anrtblnir lik raveling orcuur-
bi-our eord on tu nniWrnar.
h,jM.anoi iircy, nd relinUlilr t ny mte of rwrd.
4 Kconomv of tlireuu.
A l ortniiility mreot operation And niaiogrnimt.
n it..t.(.....'nr tm.vi'mriit. '
7 XnuK lpUtion to oerf ic1m of ftmilljr tonlnj, gtli-
Tliln ! pnr "( lmple nirrtioil of ll CnalitU', irhlcb
Hill apir to fveijr one on fteitHlntAiico with the nmcbino.
Its d Un and mrchiiilfm l men, an to make IU presence an
acquisition to any on parlor. .,,'.
One nf thi'W machiiie umy be roen In operation at the rwMenrw
of V.r suhcrllr, who is authoriM-d to lupply nnr dmiHinl fir
tbem in tl.H vk-tnltv. J AMR IjKKll.
Tk,n . tw.t una r'cwlnc Mnclilrr, and that is W bioler a
AVIUons.- Ji-nua Mkiih, or the Amailcan lnatitutr.
Aslit.ibily, 1'fbrunry 1, 1HS8.
Principal " Sptrittndnt.
REV. C. 11 BRUCE, A. V..
niKh School, .... Et.C.K. Biters,
Granimnr School, ... Mbn S. L. Fxiym.
Ii termedlate, ... - J.i.l Ki.MlBi Fox.
Second InteniieUiate, - Uisa Ltpia I. WlLl.T.
Primarr, - - - .-. MUa W. M. Keu.00 v
The School Is Free to all persons of a an I labia g mldlng
within the noronirn limits, and the " Ilistnct attachi d Uje.tu
Forty weeks constitute a rear. Ten.i for pui.il from abroad
win oe. a c no
Kor Triroaiy per annum, j - . - - "
For Intermedial jlt'oo
For Hiirh .School - iaM
And pro rata fttr each term.
T..iii.tn naval, le ill sdvailOS.
All application for admission to V mad to the Suprin-
ThtSirmm-T Term will pmmM Apni n, 1000. iw a
Term Peptemlier , ami the W iuter Tmu, January 3, lti9.
it is hifc-hlv desirable that all pupils should be)(iu at tb oprii
Inir of terms'. No pupils ont nf the iillae wUI Ii received for
a If M period than one term, and no deduction for absenoe en
cept in cascs of sickness or rc .-ipral. "
185. lirEsTl Alil.IVAls. 185S.
P I A NO FORTES
it C .
JIKLODEOXS, & c. ,
fiEO. II ALL,
nt Ashtabula, Ohio, iti-
it sttptillnn of those desirinff to nnrcbas Instnl-
nwut duiiug the spring or summer to the fact of Iris reviv
ing a large stock of Su'ierior Styles and quality of Piano
and Meloifoona for the Spiing ai:d Summtr trade, on terms
U suit tbe " liai d times. " neleeinoia lime pleasure lire
f.-muent nraise liostowed nvn the superior quality of onr In-
.i, ts al.eniti-s.-iln and beir leave In say. that our present
at.ifU Is siii.erlor'to anrtlinar vet nceived. Kememlssr that
we bur nothing cheap'or inlet ior, and evciy tiling is warrant
d ia.rfi.ct. Wo will not have a poor misirraWe liai ubo it
us ir we can help it. We want a little down on Instniment
if po.tible a credit will be given of 3 and month! for the
Old Pianoi and Nelodtmt taken in Eicnangefar fiat I '
8TO0L3, COVERS, C.'JTRUCTION BOOKS,
on band. Ynun Ladles who are teaching, cm bare In-
stnimenta bv luring a noi lion at th clos of each u-rm.
Those who wish to order, will be just as well served as though
they were here to select. Do not fall to call and look, though
you may not wish to purchase at present. '
Kefer to II. FASSKTT, who will atlcud to thaaalo of In-
strulnent-i in our absence.
Voxo a Mtlodtont '.Wat mnd Jltpturtd and tlnrranled
BOOKS AN"D MAGAZINES
BOUND IX ANY STY MS - Dlifcllli'-U-
Blank Books madi; and ruled to order.
W. It. AI.f.EN.
XIaYIXG now rommrnurd Uie Manu-
racUirtnf- or FAXNIN'O MII.I.S in this locility airain, by pro
dio inc a laticr ankle llian has ever r on sold in this Stato,
and thus uiaainp it iroliublc to tLe fartuera to ure them.
wiau to secure that palionajre . i
l'aiiiniiK Mill aierits.
A Fanulnir Mill ! one, bcin well made, does lis work rr
frct, aod as snecdily aa drstied, and that will tVsau ecerjf
parlitU of Chim CcW, siaaO or -. from the wifcat,
Jar, all He Wheal-, and clean all otln-r kiuda of grain
weds aa well. '1 be Hill I now make will do all tliis. It is
a lari-e Mill will (to in mnet any irrainry lias more sires
r-erwoa than usual tume uncwiunoa Hy is nuatantially
made of (rootl materials and will be aold aa cheap aa
aood n.iU ean be bought t. All oplera promptly attended
to. bo. on Bunker ilill. l.KVYld M. C'KOSBY.
Ashtabula, June 1st, l-f"S.
New Book and Variety Store.
"PITE subscriber 1ms oppned a Book nnd
1 Variety Store, two d'r sutli of Tyler ii Collins, where
he will keep countaiitly ou hand
STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS,
i:u.aii.t,i.iiia ilouks. SL-iiloneiv. Tcn and Ink.
8heet Music Knibroiilcry Silk 1'ins and Keedlel
Draftloj? paj-er Kiubroldery Hraid ladle' basket
Tissue " Wnikinir Cotton WillooCah
Blotting " Crochet " Bklrt Hoop
POCKVT CUTLERY J.VD PUFVMRIES.
Ilalr. Tooth. Clothe, aod Nail Brushes, lllrd Caces, Cinarr
eeed aud Culllc bone, Kioe Dressing, 1'ocket, Circle, l'ull,
and Back comb, Violin strings, fcc
A C'.liolca Slock of Confectionary.
' Toys of all verities to please the Utile folks, and In fact
article that are kept in a brt class Country Variety Store.
MAGAZINES AND lU.i'STIUTED TAIEnS. .
I shall keep all the popular Msiraiinee nd paier of
dav for sale. All re iuillt-d, at any business hour, to
and read. M. G. DICK.
Ashtabula, April 2Jd, IS58.
LEATHER & SHOE-ST0RU 1 I
''T'lIK subscriber ha just opened, in Shep-
-L ai d' Itlock. Shoe and Leather Store, where h able
supply all demand forauytbluK in lb . ...
Boot and Klioo Line,
Ticlh sale and Order Work I
Thia derarttueut will be under tue aurierintendeQceof
Mil. II. L. SMITH,
well and favorably known to our ciUteo. Toaf tore alii
Supplied with Ixuthrr, gucb ns French
Jlonitt tuuned Calf bkins, Lining Bkiiis,
AXD SOLE LEA T II F It
- - Flauhtcr and Hpfinlsb.
Altio. Shoemaker's I'lndincrs.
in all their rarlstr. All tli above will be alTerud at prices
(ai oiahl aa na Le found here or elsewhere.
N'.b. t'aaii aid for lliUc or dkina, at the Store, or at
Tannery of llaa ubseribr. ', . . W, W. bllilll.
Main tit., bliejiard Block.
Iron, Steal. Nails, GIi nnd Putty.
SV EEOSnd old able Hal haa iron,
H. .'a, 1, 1 lis, J , aud 2 loch quAr Swedl Iron.
3s, L ISii I ''a, t V, 4 2 inch, round Lrcn.
. V, 1,' '"c K"fr'ih Tim Iron,
Stalut, baud liiMip Iron, all widtiis; sniail rlound, Square
Swetled iron; Cast bU-el, German, English, Blisterod
husul, beat Jiurwetiaa NiJl liods, Spik Itoda. ton, l-arker
klui Kaila f(OIA to eod.; wrought naila, aindow gbuia,
'sou, ale, a good assortment of all these articles can
t KOOT fc Moitlttso.V.
UOOKH & 8TATI0XAUY. A
J-VehGOI books of tlx laUst Bullion (do not buy but few
f(r they would el.anne when tk moon fulls) but wbt
have are for sale, al, Uku Hooks, l'rr, I'eu, Ink,
Envelop Ac. Ac. h,Jof k ilOKltiriOJl.
CAU PET, fcc.
BAI.E8 Carpta, sssirud f.ua, . n.i. r
Malting! elaC, flu agrUlaauL a, ri. I S
oraieby . - - WlLLAiiiH
HARDWAKB. Heavy Ilardw.re.--HbawasN,
line, A nn, Mechanic' Tool, Paw uf
kin is, Maaoa Irowella, lia. Lump IiUiim, tiums, futtr
BlmaiK, onakorlauig eomplet aoaorLuasut
a.Y A .il Haraware, lor i k 1"
- - HOOT 4 MOMligON.
tH'ENCER & KICK'S Syltem bflju
KJ BiaUi-tiip, Coim tui4 Con Boktv 4 ' - -
t.ir y gjIELLEI,s. . &
J .rtide, may be foa-ui t . C. Hi'hHARICS.
Ducro &. Brother'
Kew Valinct Ware ItovmsAfhlabhla.
.(IiiUt Inform tlifdtlarm of AliUlNita,fM
tj- i mtitiai vli-iuity tht ll.j bv oxnl I '
Now Cabinet ware room
. i j ! i - . :
Wit btl1'Mnir fnnrvfrljr ooruplHl m th fiont of Mr. 8twmni,
tm.th Mrt Mtn Mtftu
..it r..r lraniluu thrir brint(i In all it il.'irliin l, "
Ku.lnrn in JflU m.n. tor Uir Uwt Inn r.r, Vrr fvl
auUmilM l" "J n rM MMfut cmrtuiir V 1U
rears In tbe Ksjtern States and al-o car
MOT TO HE F.XCF.IXKD!
IhU eount!7. An aanortment of German, Frraeh and Kng-
lnnowonhamlrendT for cahlbillon to TUllora, ana uieir tniu
. r..lt- .t
wiir determined not to b- outdone, emierlr, t, aaH
of or work or the cheapness or onramnc. s r
to order, promptly, and aarranted Ui rleatHellon.
Kept on hand, ot all kind, and aUes, and mad. to order, on
the shortest i.otlot.
1- lon t ti.-el me place " ,.,,.,
three buildlnci smith of V. J. Jones Co." Haibla Shop; and
remeinWr to till balore pnieuasing elsewhere.
Ashtabula, Jn.Miw , .
Ashtabula Marble Works.
V. Biilisrriht'rs resucft fully in-liX
the cillr.ein of tliis arirt Bil.iolningt
C"nnti.-s that having purchased the entire slock '.Tf it M
Mi bio Ac, or the well known tsiuonsemrm wi r j
J .Innrs A. Co. thev are fully prepared lo furnish!
anv description of V
- Monuments, llend stones, c,
of the best Italian nd Rutland Marble, ill asupe-
l ior stvie of llnifh nnd design.
We' have, end will keep conslantly on hand, finely carvel
fV . liul.a, Hoses, I illiea, Wreaths, ana Draperies, on Mur.
btc of any desired thli kness, also FurniUir Marble of any
iiattema,' finished in the neatest manner.
Cemetery Lota euclosed with posts and chain at reasonable
We cordlallr Inrlte all. to call and si-e for Ihnmselres, and
examine our stocks and prices before purchasing H-ewhore.
Ashtabula, liny 6, lti67 " " V 1:?''-
Cabinet and Chair
L SAVAGE, would call tho attention of
Iliecitlimof.VfaiUbuU nd vicinity, to hla pretent
Maliopany SnfM I
" Tfte a Trtc ;
Outre Tab! en, miirble tnpff ;
u H"et'wnout Maji!e, drvtung & rotninou Bureaus
Wiwh .tanda, common TaMt. BefcilArteat, anil
I.ar-p Malmgnnv rocking rliaLu ;
laarge cane ffvat, cane back do;
Final. 14 '
Can trni and Wlmisor chain in yktv j
.Tun. 4, IS. .7. 22-t
STOVES. The siibscriber lias now on
band a very large stock of Kasrem mad Store, which
will be sold at r'erv low priors fbr cash. Among which ar
The Eagle Mot Air low oven Cook atove.
" c'uj-crior M
Criiturion. (The best elevated oven used.)
King, elevated oven Cook Store.
Fi-esldent, " " " "
" Aniizon, " " " "
" Wes'rn American" ' " "
Jewett A- limit's I'arlor oren,
The Cottiige "
" Vesuvius" (2sL
The So. 1 3 A 4, 1'ernvian Parlor, Willi open front.
The flcni I'arlor with open front.
Tbe No. 2 3 A 4. Kuseia Sheet Iron Pelf Regulators,
up In the beat styie; also a good varb-ty of Box Stov es, some
which arc well ad-ipted to wanning Lllur'-hes & school uooms.
t.r.U. Li. lll.UllAI.il.
Asbtabula. Oct. S:ilh, ISM,
BOOTS &. SHOES,
JUST r.ECEIVED, by
R (J O T it M 0 R It I S O
at their old Einuorliim
l.f)0 jwiire Mimi'b thick IIooU, Nn.! 8,
f0 da do Kin PuoK do "
do do Call Isootcf, do . 7,
do lloya' thick Hoot, do 4,
do do Kip l.oota, do 4,
do 1 outhi.;alt iwinta. do k.
v.. on iouiiisi.au iiiioia, mi o. jo. j.
r.rrn do Ijiilies' Kin. Cull, and Knainelled l eather Boota.
Cent's Conpn-se, Oaitcr, Kid; Call, and EiiatueUed Leather;
do llullulu and Itublicr Overshoes;
T aHius' Vororro. k'ld and l.astimr Congress Oaltera:
do Jpiiiiv Kind 1'ateut Leather aud Koanielled Buskins;
do Silk Lasting Oaiters, roxed all round;
do Morocco and Euamellcd Gaiters;
lllsaes" Laatiiifrliaitors, .N'o.'a 10 and VI;
do Knamellcd aud Calf Lace Boota, 10, to 2;
Childicn'a Calf lJice Iloots,for winter.
do Lasting Tip'd finilers;
do Morocco laice Boots;
Boy's Cair, Kip and 1'atcnt leather Shoes;
laidica' aud Gent's Itublieia, Buskina aud Sandals;
do do Cork Poles.
In fact everything in the line of Boot and Shoe. Ilavhif
given this branch of business our siccial attention for
years knowing the want of the community, and having
but the verv best of work, we think we can think we can
aav that, iu tliis line we are -Mil to be beat. Call ano
ANP Tor WILL BK CO.YVINCKU. UOOT ti MOltlUSOX.
AshUbula, Oct 8, 1660.
TTOUSE. Shin, Sinn. Furniture
11 CAItHIAGE IMISIIMi!
1,. leave tn inform the inhabitants of Ashtabula ar.d I
that tbey have opened a shop, over J. P. ltobcrtson'i
where thev will be louud alwavson hand to execute the folio
ti, in a workmanlike manner. 1'lain. Ornamental. Fresco.
Furniture, Enamel and Can lice FanitiPR, Iniltatl'ins ol
kinds of Wood and .visible. Flaira I nd Banners Fainted
Prnreasioiia. Ac. window shades painted anr def iirn. Itionrinir,
Lsrouerln-, Varnishing, Japannin. Ac. I'ajerln(r,
W hiicwaehing, Oluiuig, tc, Ac. W ork by contract or day.
' Ai.rRKD Ilrwnr. H. L. Horkisox, Ceo. IIaix
Ashtabula, llarch 5, 1858.
HC. TOM HES, Is now refitting
rejileB. filing tlje Slot recently occuu ird by
k Toin!iP, and will cnuiimtr ttip btifine n hi wn
Tht? iiutur of tbe busiot'tt wilt b salmU Jitially lii wuue
Dealing in Produce.
And kpf fn(T on l.Miri for tli reUU tnwio a choice and
wlvcU-d uiiorUueut of , .
The exteDtire adilitinns now making to the Stock on liani.,
give Liin a Stock fully w.ubI, it not Kiiiior to any
tliitt nection of the State. And as thev have bH-n purchased
the lowest cab ruten, and ill be ko)u at a small advance
copt the puulia may secure intir nuppmn on lue mon
able term. Krom the chamcter of the Goods the
pn.mjrtiifM and fiilruei- of tbe manner of doing buiitos,
suUcriber hoi.t to aecare a share f public patroniitre.
ii. C. TOMBEH.
Ashtabula, April 24, 1807.
FhotograpLs, Melaiootypes, & Dagacrrcot)-p',8.
C. NORTH, of Cleveland,
would witpect fully inform the citlicnn of
that he If. prepared nt all time to take, in tlie bent hiyiv,
fiuertt and tuoht durable lift-like piciumi thut may be
for. Having bet'U ened In thin Art for a nunilwr of
aud having a irt'if.ct knowlede of cb en ilea in uied in
tug buautirul rcnulta, and kcinK up wilb the tiinett
oew or valuable iuiproveineiit iu hla line, he i fully
rive the bent ol natiriiaction. We are didly taking the
Ambrotvret thateau be tound in the .SUten. All are
ed duruble, and will unit any who may favor uk w ilb
The Mt-laincityive picture is getting to be very popular,
ButUbtc for locket i.-tuien. it tht y can be tilted in any
locket or caw, thev make a very biilliant picture, fimiUr
the AmbroLy)e. rholographi mitguilied to any ii-e
and eolorrd true to uatuie by oae ofthe b-nt Arti-t
found, rhotopraphu made from ainall picturoa of
UfCTrWtpd peruana, and colmed In oil. Numerous ni-eriim-iiit
exhibitiou at my roomR. and uliniild be hapiy to wait
of the ulifin ef Ashtatiulii, that may be vi-.lt in
wbthor wirvhinc likenenCK or nit. All are invited Ui
Ronnw njen from f A. M.. till 6 P. M at Melodeon
Superior street. W. C.
Cleveland, April 1st, 1359.
A Btuscoleitt fntiJutwit, tMlobtuhed by special
or the Uetie f of th &irh and Ltiitresied, afftUud
wtik 1' indent ttmd LpuUmic Leat9.
-TJIE HOWARD AiS.S0CIATI0X,
A- vUr oiT Ut awful 4MUucUn of htuaao lib, caujted
Sexual liiweat-ehan. U daoeptiooa prattlitciM upnn tb
victim of auch ditiae by (Juacka, aevral
ago directed Uieir couaultiug auigeuu, aa a Cli AitI
ACT wortlir of t)Htr name, to op o a JipenMiry
treattneutof thi-i dam f d.-M-n. In all thulr ftmua,
give MKOICAI ADIK GKAtlH, to all who apply by
with adnenptluoaaf tllr eoiidiUiiii, (aptucouiustion,
of lift. Ae.,i and in cmm ut tj-wU -,u.rlv. U
Ufc-.UICISK' KKKK OV VUAiOJK. It ia i i-d eaa to adl
tha AmocU'Io eonmuuMla tha Liglteei UrdU-al tkill
aye, and will furnisb -he n4 appitivtd mudem Ueattnent.
, The tiractoraof tlie Aakoi:i:.iijnt lu their Auuual
upu the lietiucut of hextual UiMajet ("C the year
Joua7 li-t, itw'trt, prKt tha btgbent aatiHf&rtion with
Micctta which h attmuVd the laWu ai tha Cotulting
Ui Hie cure of &ie,injilorrhKtra, HemiiiwI i;tkncMi,
didiorrhiaea, Oleat, . phiiia, tii vii-e f Ouaitinin
. aif-aij-UMS !., ai4 utdy uuiitujuaut-e uf the aauje
the eueuin fr.
Tha Diiedora, on a review of Um paai, fel aaeiired
thuir iihiira ia llitn itirhrrw rf harv n'mn tdlul La .
grat bfuelit Ui ii alliicUiil aj:iliy la th young,
tbey have renblted to dcTitrtLineivis, wti rauewed
Ut tba vmv tinarta-ut and uwii dfi'laett oauM. f
Aa adouruhia Ktfjport t'O H(eniif()iihni or if mtna!
-w, the Vie of Onanirm, HatLiThattoD orHHf Abua,
other diMaaaa of the teiul Organa, by UteOowuiUitfr
which be aeul by nuiil (in a aealed
llikX MM LllAUK. On th ret-jy gf two fta.ni
Otlter UwH-rU aJid Tritu ou tha ijatiire aiid
tiihnrnm, diet, cr.( are oxaHiantly HdjJ fiiiiw-lid
gtuitVu dutriutioa, mnd wfii m mm io'tbo aJtii-f-L
9oiaf ajw-reuitaiiiee aud uwthoda of (naiiiaut.
ered during titelaxt year, are of raatt valuta
Addi Dr. 4,r6. R. CALOHVS, Couaultlng
Howard Ajwoeiatioo, Ko.2 8ouUi tiiX SU tHrmi,
ka hj oidr id Ute LiracWra.
GEO. FAIRCHTIA BeeraUry.
EZHA l. hi.KTWXU
Vamhants and Trader will a oa tbalr raard aa4
rot a Imposed upon by a aountarfait of kinrsa's India
1 ftoot I'MIs slfrneil A. B ATnore. All traula India
- Root Ptlk aar the aant and ai(atun of A. J. Whtli
at IV , acl box. , ,
Pit. atUHoK to Imvntor of MOllSK'i INDIAN Itfi"T
Ml. US. has si-nt thv airnler luit of his lire In travelling,
birlii Ti-tled F:t rOia, Asia 'id AfilCk as wall as North Ame
ricahas spent the veais ainon the Inillana of our Wrs
country It was m tilts way that th Indian Hoot Tills were
nrt dlscorererl. ilr. Mots was tho first Biao to establish the
fact that all rtl-easci arise fnun iMcvBiry or tub blood that
our Btteua-th, hcnlUi a,d life dcinds upon this rltal lluld.
When the vailoua tiassairea Ijvciimr clocced. and do not
act In pel Irct barmony alih Ihe dllfcrent tunciinna nf the
body, the blood loses lis sctlnn. bconu-i II. lea, corrupted airtl
diseased; thvs f4nlnir all pslns, alckness and distress of erery
liaim: our strr"th Is exhausted, our health we are deprived
of and if naluie Is not assisted In thmwlnr nl" th stagnant
humors, th OKwhI will bsoom olioked and re as to act, aud
thus our ll(ht of Ufa wlil forever b blowo out. How Impor
tant lho that we should keep the rsrtoue aB"Btc of the
body fiee and npon. And how pleasant to us that we have It
In our power lo put a medicine In your reach, namely Morse a
Indian Knot Pills, manufactured from plants and roota which
rnw around tba inountalnoua clllt. In Nature garden, for
lia haalUi and recorery of diseased min. Orm of the roots.
rre.ni whirl, these 11. s are lliliue is a auiuoii. .., -I.-
..ores of the skin, and asfl-t Nature in throwing out tm
.aria of the corruption within. 1 h second is a plant wo n
, an K-pei lorant; that opens and unclogs the passag . t f t o
lung. d tli.s. la a soothing uiunner, p-rtorma ila d ty by
throwing oil phlegm, and other li.unois from the ungs i by
eopi.. -pitting. I'h" third Is ltiurectic, which gives esre
and double .tr,.,,glli lo the kidneys; thus encouraged, ley
draw large amounts of Impuilty from tbe b ond, whici is then
thrown out bountifully by the urinary or water pank, 1
which could not h-ve Iw en dlsclirgrd In any inner way . .
fourth Is a Dalharlie, and acconipaoies the other properties or
Ihe fills while engsged In purifying I lie blond; tho cosiscr
particles of i.upuiily whlsh cannot !ias by the other out. i ts,
lire thus taWcu up aud conveyed o0 In gnat quantiucs by the
bFroni th above. It Is shown that Pr. Morae's Indian Hoot
r,,ii enl..r the stomach, hut become united with the
blood, lor thev llud way to every part, and completely rout one
and cleanse t ie svstrni from all Impurity, and the lire or tills
tMilr, which la llie blood, becomes poriuctly healthy, coii-e-nuently
all sickness and pain Is driven fom the system, lor
they cannot rcnmlii when tb body becomes so pure and clear.
f lie reason why people ar tm distressed when sick, and why
so nisnj die, l because they I o not eel a medicine, which will
pass to tbe aniicnd parts, and wlilrh will open the natur
al passages fur th disease to lie cast out) bi nce, a larte quau-
tltr of food and other matter ts lodged, and tho stomach and
Intestines eve lilerally overflowing with the onrruptwl mass!
thus undergoing disigreal le feimeutation, eonalaiitly mixing
with the blood, which throws the corrupted matter through
every vain and artert, until lire Is bikon from the body by dis
eiee. Hr. Morse's I'll. 1.9 baro ai)ded to themselves victory
upon victory, by restoiir(r tiiilllotn of the sick to blooming
health sod happiness, "les, thousands hare been racked
tormented with silliness, pain and anguish, and whos feeble
frames have he n scorcneu ny me ounnng ini-u.v.n- ... inKi,.,,
fever, and who have been brought, ar It were, williln a step
tli silent irrave. now llaod rea'lv to tei'lfy that they would
,ate been nunil-red with tho d.-.d. hl It not been for tbl.
great and wond..rT.il medicine, Morse'. India Hoot Fill. Af
ter one or two dores hud been taken, they were astonished,
and alisolotelv surprised, in witnessing thilr charming efTrc
Not onlv do they Ire Immediati- ease and slrcngin, ana m.r
away all sickness, pain and anguish, Wtl'"c ,
work at the founditinn ol the uieae, which la the blood.
Therefore, it will be shown, especially by those who use these
Fills, that tber will an cleanse and purify, that disease that
deadly enemy" -will take its flight, and tbe flush of youth
beauty wiM again return, and the proerect of long nd hap
py lift Will chi-rl-h and bHcliten your daya.
11 A. J. WUITE, ft Co., Sole Proprietors
(W la-onard Stiwt, New York.
Morse's Indian Hoot Pills sold by . P. JOHNSON, Asht
tabula, Ohio, aud all Dealers lu Medicine.
irw MITnOR Co.. Proprietor of Dr. Tra'V Magna
niaim.nl l arlvl l. Uadlson Co New i ork. Geneial Agei-tst
ilee -IS els. 1458
rJ HA.M AR5K ' y
'Vf 'ARTIST! $
Hsi - -----
KUCCKSSOR TO E. I10WLLL
WOULD rwiii'ttfully announce to
ciUrein of Aslit.ibula, and surrounding country,
lie haa recently ijuichased tiic entire lnu-iesl ol i'.. iioaeu
II, e lisirui rmlaaii business in this lilace, includini; his lai
tv-ie, tecenlly atentcd, and that be is iiiiawcd intake
likenesses, iu ail th dillurciit branches of the art, and in
most rfiumtcd sty le. llaviii(; had -everul year's experience
Willi the lirot artints In tbe country, I aru enulled to keep
wilh all the Improvements, aud reel safe in taring 1 will
as good pictures, ami correct, to tho lift-, as cau be obtained
anewherc In this section of oountiy. No plcturo sball
fioin niy monia, that are Dot entirely Bnth.facrni-y, ano
I'icluies taken on patent leather, If desired.
and Minoature 1'ins tilled at reasonable rates, radicular
attenliun given in taking uhildrena' likeneaeea. Rooina,
buildiiif south or the Bunk, Main-street, where I can
be found from 8 o'clock, A. M. to 6 I'. M. II. A. MAHSI1.
Old rictures copied, and new oucs tai;un in any wcainer.
Ashtabula, July 10th, 1857.
and I gift
and & g'na
and 3 gift
aud 6 till
. 'a'00 00
. 100 00
,. 100 00
.- 76 00
,. 60 Oil
. 60 00
T II 15 GOLDEN P II I Z E.
X THK GOI.KKX PRIZE
TIIK i;OLIKN PKIZK
'iuk tjoiJtKN ri.i.t:
THE (iOl.DKN KIZE ,
THE fiOlJ-K.V PRIZE
THE (iOl.PKF I'iilK
IliK JOI.HKX i'HiK
THK H U'KV PHIZ '
THE GOI.HKN PRIZE
THE GOI.hEV PRIZB
HXUSTltATEn ! JI.IJ.HTRA'I Kit ! ILLUSTRATED
JLLV.STRAIKD E EHY WEEK
il.l.OTRAlKi) KVKlii WEEK
ll.LUSTHATEl) EVERY AV E K K
II,Li:STKAIEI) EVERY WEEK
ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK
Sl'EdMEN COPIED SENT FREE
SI'ECIMEV CO PIE KENT FREE
SPECIMEN COPIES KENT FREE
THE GOLDEN PRIZE
ILLUSTRATED I ILLL'STRAIED 1
Tbe Kew York Wtwkty GOLDEN PU1ZE bmne of the
and heat weekly nauera uf Uie day. Ad imperial
contui diifc kioiit yAHh.it, or koktt colvm.8, of euWruiuiug
origiii.il matter; and elegantly illuMniled every weea.
A tilr 1 worttl Hon. .0 CcOU lo .hju w in rmQ, miu o-
aeiited to each auhacriber i iiDiC JUtcly ou rect it ol the
One copy for one rear $ 2 00
Una cipy ior iuroyeara . w
Oue c)-y for three year 6 0U
Oue coj-y for five veura 8 00
Three copicn one year $S 00 and 3 gift
Five copies one jNar - . 8 00 and a pita
Ten C'lpicn one yew " 15 (K) and 10 gifta
Twenty-one cojlei one year II 0 00 and ti gilia
The artic.ee to bo dittuibutod are compromUed ia the
ing lift :
I Packages of Gold, con tain lag .
6 do do do
10 do do do ........
10 Patent lvor Hunting Cued Watches.
20 Gold W a tehee
M0 do ...
3K lAdiee Oold Watcbea
200 Silver Huntintf CuMrd Watches
500 Silver Watvbe. $10 to lid IH
1000 Gnc CJuaid, M and Fob chaina 10 to 1.0 00
Oold LOcketm Rnux-lt-u, Rrnocbe, Ear Droa, itreaKt
Cuff Pinit, Sleeve lititlonn, l!tns, Shirt StudH, Watch
Gold and Sliver Thimbles, and a vauety of other art
worth from J- ifiy centa to $ 1 6 each.
Immvdiktelv on receipt of the sulwciiption money, the
nmie will he entered apon our flnbeciiptioo book
a number, and tlie cift cirrettTrnudiniir with that
ber will b forwarded, withio one week, to the subsciibcr.
mail or errcss, pott paid.
Vff All omuiuuicaiions skould be addressed to
DEAN it SALTER.
41 aud 49 Moffat Rnl'dlng, 334 Broadway, New
Specimen coj-ieaaent free. Aienta wauled,
100,000 Acres Western Land for Sale.
'PJIE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW
! JL fnring ft mile One Hundred Thnunand Acres of
tate, BHimttu in iwemy-KU ni.ierem tounius iu lowa,
MinnenntH. and two lu'Wiftcontiin. Said land have
with great care during several pant years, aud are
tract in tlie db.tiirt a herein Ibev aia situated. AR of
are more or h-Hs airicttd by the lines of Uaitruada
several of wlilrh are now in progreeji of completion.
settlement nf tlie country iucreaiMiiH, they will rapidly
in value, and thus is olfrred larger iuducc'incnU to the
Ister as well aa to the settler than hoc ever bcJoie been
in this market.
A Liberal Credit
will lie given, if desired, on tnanj of tbeee lands.
them can be paid for
iu Good Property, - -
including peraotial and real eUte, thus affording person
lng small famta, town aud village property aa opportunity
oxcliange with me, and procure a mont dirable home
diirmble sh, with Umbel and prairie that can be found
thriving west. The tit lea being derived directly from the
4tates r unoxowittionabtv, and will be warranted,
aw 1L P. ENSRiN, Land
Offioa at his residence, Pennsylvania Ateoue, Anhtahula,
WATCH and Clock mnklnfr oud
Kataalishmmt, locate at Ashtabula, Ash
la County, oliio, A. W. bui tjiuprivVrr. As.isld
Jnlia S. AbbiHI.ol llosUio, ho Is a pruclicjl Wutcb
and a Uxironvh Mecliauic, tbe community ean rely upon
aa good wnrk done t this MtaMisbmnl aa at any
Id lbbs. vV riair all kinds of Watolie, put
part a. good a N'ew, and mauy even bettei that nray by
ur by a uor H'orkmum b bjnkao or sjmiled, or
meet erne to erder. With my present force I m able to
wnrk Intrusled to me with niueb more promptness tbaa
trfme, ar.d aa from this date I shall aol give any credit,
iiaM aiio all all goods iu my liu 60 per eut Uwr
ftver lajtore offered in tbia crrunly. Call slid se Steele,
Watch Maker, at .So. t Meuhanic Row, Ashtabula,
April I, .. 1 . : 1
N. ti. II any hav. Wteh that aar be) apoiled
Workmen. Uiey can have tlieio niale aa em.d aa Kew,
warrsi.Ud to Vi up good tliu at If U EsublUhinei-I. -
ARB KKDICKD ! The
Kexuuw far frnai Ashtabula to Wa
rren ksa raw, put at Two Uouan, aa (so- Joikuao U
ouia, riny i-ruva.
ton that want is nl cheap and rvimrbrta' Iv ean fto
taking Uila liu. I u eullr li from AablabuLa to Halei
bsa siuuked with good bora-, new aoauh. and aieiirha,
Ac Ws uauao to put travelers tbmuKb OB Uuia, aud with
as low aa they can tiai by their owu eouvevanoe.
without tb trouble. II. t. k I. C. CHI. r
Ohio AahUbul rlou, AabtabuU f rvulia iloua.
Janaary 16, IKoT.
sax. bT J 1
Blood Purifier, nnd Uloou una.
' ntfBAfl TAKQf 18I1E0
Bt Or. Robaek'a BcaaUnTin Bemdlwi.
.1 Li iililll.l.lil
r ".: 1 ......liiiiMU'MIHT '
A FriO It YHAKS or Sliuly nnd l,xrr-
l;int, Dr. lloliark, lb Kmlnent SwcedWh Phv sirtau,
mieceeded In pn.dnrlng a medicine Nm twjnty-tliit- nuTereir.
siHSCIes of momitain be,l ol his aallve land, whlf h acta illreet
ly mn the oauses of ill-ear In tli blood, and by restoring th
eorrupt-d fountnlnof Hie, to a condition of health and polity,
espells disease from the svsti m, wherever it may be located, or
whatevor may be it character. Indlgcsihm, nervou com
pletiile, eniieptle, and other Ills, eougbs, consumption In It
early stoces, soie throat, bronchitis, lever and ague, asthma,
low spirits, sesual Incapacity, feminine weakness, prickling of
Ilia skin, ayirrptoroatic of paralysis, rlieiunatiam, lieuialgia.tu
ttuor, cancer, dials'les, lasiturle and debility, diirrhea, and al
other dl-onlcrs of the organs of respiration, 'the llwr, and kiil
ncrs, the stomach, tne nerves, or the muscular filter, are ulier
ling'y cured by thta prepatntton. . It Is to tbe matrrirg raorai
or seeds f ilUeaso what an alkali is to an acid: it neutralirea
Ibein with ab-ohite certainly, while al the same time it regit
lafi't tha ai'cmllona, removr obrlruciions from the bowels,
crealesaprellte, renews Ixidl'y rigor, and regi-nerntea erery
animal function Such Is he nat .re. such are the elTccIs of
Dr llnlnrk' famous Scai dlniivbin PIiwmI l'lnlller, which,
taken In oni unction Willi Ids Scindlnavian Worn! Fills will
not onlv ohlllerate the limit painful disease, but pievei t their
recurrence, and lengmen llie ueynuo ine ouinovij -m,.u.
In the Mcannnaviii v e o'uiu.r i..n.,i
pre-ents the result of tweulv years uf rperionet, hard atmiy
andepe'LoeMtaslowhitai.rifeit pill should be. No one
can doubt their supcrloiitr ni ter Olio sl"nle trial. 1 ll'eet the
Soaiidinavlan Blood Tills, ii.'s cent per box, or Bve for 1.
I'tnn, Miami Coitnly, Intl.. Aiiir. 4, 1W.
Df C. VP. rotnoK: I have rocolwd' so nincli beiietit fnim
rour ScaniHnavlan Blood i'urillor snd Blooil Pills, that I have
lliouirlil It niy ihiK, and It Is no lea my Inclination, to iriro
vou plain statement of in) case. I waa for years alllicled
wilh that bane of all comforts and efficiency In business, dys-
nepsla. To recapltulnle all the so-called remedies which J hav
used to i Id nivrelf ol this ul-easc. would indeed make a n.ela'i
choir calaloKue. 1 also eonsultvi, wilh the boit piiyslciaiis
could hear of. I wia Induced to try your remedies through
tliepersunilons or a fiiend, anu alter usln(f inein a ir
was ureatlv beilelilled, and ia a abort lime, les than a monln,
1 was entirely and permanently cured. I was also allllcted
with tho most violent nnrrnus headache, which I suppo:.
nrndiieed hv mi dlsordeied stomach, for when loy ilisis'ini
irt me, my beiidaebe left with It. 1 uow feel bettor in eicry
respect than I have for ten yeata.
Vry truly yours, J01IX 8. PEMVTH.
Cixcimbati, Fridav, Sept 4, 1SS7.
Pr. TtoBara Pear Pir: Having been aftlieled with neoral
ria or rheumatism for the post yvar and a half, nd having
seen ytir medieire, oalicd the Scandinavian Blood 1'uiilier,
lilpbl'y recommended by gentlemen with whom I am acquain
ted, 1 was indrccd to try it, but not before I hav used various
other medicine. After tiring two bottles, I felt its elleet very
eomlbW, nd upon in-lng two more, 1 lound myself pei
fectly cured. You will allow me, therefore, to coiigiatolste
vou upon makl' g a discovery In mecllrln which i proving
to be a worker of iuch wonders in the disca-ea of the hu
mao ainhy UKoltuE S. BKXXKTT.
Ixwal Editor Cincinnati Daily Encjulier.
. Iniiia arous, Wednesday, fept. 2. K.S7.
pr. fc. PnnCK lar Sir : Having been troubled
several years witli extreme deibillly and weakness, so much
that I waa unable to attend to my ordinary business at times,
i i. .-!.... I.a.,f1 nf fl,a woniloiful eases ilist rour Sean,llo.i-
vian Blood t'urider and Pills were euVcUng, la-aff Induced
a fi lend lo try Uiein.
I have been using the purifier for lb last twelve months,
and find th medicine fully equal to it reconiloendations.
raluable Is ita use to m that 1 cannot now dispense with
us ol it at my advanced ace of life sereuty-scven rear.
I cbeerfiillv gire thif Information for the benefit of those
Bimllarlr aliecled. MORUIrl MOKUH.
Tlie above certlflcates and manv others, can be seen at
oflice by any one at any time. Get on of utj Family Medical
Almaiiiics. gratis, from my agents.
Manuractioe, Pale-Koonis and Offico, No. 6 Eot Fourtll-fl,
3d building from Main street, I Inclnnati, Ohio.
Fors:ile It Oko. Wm i.ahu, HkniiaH Jj .loilsof, Asllt-ibn-la:
F B rfinllh, V..i leville; K F. Stone, Orwell; R W fl-irfc,
wriiarmficld: W 11 Allen, Jeilerson: L Lyon, Conueaut:
Ticknor, West Willimislleld: r. II Tratt, Wayne; Alice
C-lhrook: S Hathaway k Son, llaitsgrnve: A R Beck
witli. New Lyme: T Mead. West And"ver; II I. Sla'er,
W W llorrlr'k. Bichuiond Centre; M Bat, l'lerpont: A
HcCaiisland, Morgan; 0 W Andrus, East Trumbull; (1 II -ech-veiell,
Ha'TCiineM: .1 fl Dale, Austitiburg: A Uigrange, I'lrni
Outh; S l'rriU, King illo: ('has Barrett, Amhoy; Smith
While. Krlloirgsvllle; II ; E Clark, Sbeffield: Mavn-re k
l?avbrook: II Northom, (Geneva; David Van Epa, L'niou
ville. anil liv nriiT..ists and Mevrh-inls rene'llr.
HEALTH OR SICKNESS ?
: Choose Between Tie n.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.
'TMIE blood furnishes the material of
-JL boue, mucclc, eland vaml fib e lu tbe human frame.
pure it secu.ea bvaitli lo ery oigsn; when corrupt it
i.iuaucea dir.euM). lU'LLdWAY'S PILLS o; erato
recliy upou tne cleuients of the stream of life, ncutriiiing
principle ol dietae, and tlius radically curing tho
whelbtr iu(MtrJ in the uertoH, the stonuich, tlie boael
liver the uiuitclef, the skin, the brain, or any other part of
USKl) THROUGHOUT THE WOULD!
HOLLOWAY'tf PILLS are eiually efficiiclous In complalng
cmnmou to the whole huinun ravce, aud iudu,on.o s pvcuiLir
ixr-uiu ciitnutcs and lea Illicit.
DvspepMa and derant'enent of the liver, the SAttfreofin
fiiuiit it ui Kjiiuiiiir. aud the cause of inuubK'ruble
jicld Ui Ult-fitt ca.liei, M' ail canch, however agrii.a.ei.,
aft ami.d purjjHti e, aiteralivit and tonic; they relieve
bo wen, purify ti.e tluids, and iuvigorato tue nytUm aud
conJaUiuUou ut Ihe same liuie.
General i Weakness Ferrous Complaints.
When all stimulants fail, the renovating and bracing pro-parties
of the. I'iibt pive hnmiefs to the shaking ncnt and
muscles ot the victim of general debility.
' JJKLICA'I'E FEMALKrf.
All irregliliirllli s and ailmeiiU Incident to the delicate
aonxliive oigana ol the sex aie removed or prevent d by
dnsea of the mild, but infallible alteratives- No uiull.er
rcgaid Iter own or her chudieu's health should fail to
the oi wHhin her reach.
KN'l ll' IO i:ndt5uskments.
The London "Ijlra.-rl," the lilidon "Hwllral Uiuar,"
the monl raiirwut of llie faculty In li.e it Britain, r rai.ee
Uennany, euli'gur ii the l'ilia aod thi ir Inventor.
Holloway's Pills are the lest remedy
tn the tcorld for the Jollowing riiseisesx
Fever od Apa
I.oa-uesa of.Sr.ii ila
Worius of all
dvnt mal. a
do l I
A nth ma
tom tfCAsTTION! None are pntilne- rnile- the
"iivtlottay, Mw York and Latdo." are Uierout'. as a
tr-ttark iu uverv Leal ol the bok of directions nionnri
pot or hox; the haiie may be plaliilj neen by kuldin the
th Uirht. a hHiidnome reward will be trivcn in any oue
dering such .i.r.iruuitloQ an m..y k-.id to the detection
party or A'tU'S couiitotfeitin the medicine or
mli ne, knowing thfin to he t-piniom.
Sold at tlie Munufactory of Profewwr HoL'-owat,
Mnitien Line, w Vorlt, and by ah reH).t?r.tahlrt DiuggisU
I)e.ilerp in medicine LbruuftMinui tne nitea mien ski int
i:ty Mot-Id. in boxns at 2d cento. 62 12 ceutii, and $1 fejv-li.
Ciheie Uacuunacrnuio stiung vj wtKiug uio
Kevt-r snd Apne pennantntly eurnd, or nn olisrpi,
03"l'Htienu at a tllUne Ciu. haw Medlciue scut
addrtMtf-lng a letter, doccrlljing their fymptomw snd
&r A Book for Everybody.
((teat wnrk for the
or thoite couUMii,ilaliiig iu
two hundred pa fret lull
I' U A T K a .
Trice 25 centsent to all
uudrr seal, by muil, pott
DU'tMlO c pit t. sold iho pat
The Hingle inarih-'d. aud
manied ltappv. A lecture
Ivvt, or how to cUnoh a
m"Jj ' -i ' ? 1 lWT CO'".'11 '"k ou
7'7WJ ' r'-S J wifery -l cmUiini
iV'i 'lil ( ' ' v1 "3 ol mcreti nevei bt'fure
A-W-- ed, wJknsijled to im
thrue tlmcn tlie ainount atkcd for it. lio cents In sjwcio
poniMee irtaiiM'N nrln.d. will scent a copy ty return
T" Im.TK1.I.KU hat. devoted a lift lime to the
dloes oa whiuh hU book tieaU. Addtvpii.
J. 'IKLI-EH, U. P.,
Ko. 6, lieaver ut., Albany. K.
ty Da. Vichois1 Fkhalk I'ills, fl a bos. nit'h
reel ions, Hpnt by .nail. Addrw Ur, 1 ki.lkh, HHiyn t.
WO. Ncttal respet-l fully informs
InlieULarita of Arbbtbulaacd iU vlcioityi .
Is piiirvd to auppty them with
KuliaU uiudu Ketinet, Stock and present
AIos, of tlie tiuoat quulity,
warranted genuine, and reconimeurled by Medical
fcr tlie Us of luvalitl and piivut lisUillilal.
Aslil-lajia, June J, 16o.
old -wtfLilshial tfhnp on
soutli ot the llauk, haa now on hand, ana mr sale, a iar-a
1'luudld aaaortiiamt of Harness uf vry description,
will sell tor ready pay, aa low aa cau be fouud elsewhere
county, reisoiut wlihig to buy a good aul-i'aiitial
eariuife HariHua, wl'.l nnd It to tlu ir advauuig tn
aaneiiaa hi work lajluie parchasiug elaeaner. All
up iu 'h newest sl lt Mid hr eleuaue and durablUI,
be suria-aed. AH work warrairti-d. ' .
a. t ' V ?
TCM'MU, at bt e
WMf-rllia-"rt'et of Mbl wm never as large
9 Cheap aa at preaent. II. a also leepartd to do ail
ar.tav Miaaning witb neatneas and d4)a,tub, ..
KsraJMiao, of all kinds, promptly atKuled to. Do
tlb plasw, ou door aouth of the Ihy.k, Main Htreet,
, ),l'lo. suns tf, inai. - '
O A Nn FOR R A I V A f.- ..
n " ...... ..M -' thonsan
lusw ui pni win on au .v.. , , , .
aonasr nf '.. , . ' ' D SUlUCrlher from til
""ZZ.!?' rf.TiTa ' Otl-Hios Flar
, . tM H -rM
l ife rilla and I'Ua nl Itinera,
'pilE Rost Fnmily Medirlne
t.i puMtt tor tli tint nf PcnfnU,
e now beforo
nuliltn. for Ih am of Rer.fnla. lllcrra. Hritrvv. A
F.ruptlons ofthe Hkln, 1'srerand Arne, lysiepsia, triy, and
In fact most all dl.en.es som, rleld lo tiiefr enrallr prOirHe.
It ha l-en con, ,...( d that dvuln; th last twentr llr 'yean
upwards or Four tlllllonsor persons have Wen banrflted by th
.e of these meillclnns ; fact whl.-b speaks volnme In lrnei
of thrir curative irnpai1lr.e a stntla trial will piano tbem b
yopd tbe reHCh of coionetilton In the estimsle of rrry patient, (
lly their I'" tne blood Is restored to healtliy slat nd free
from all Impulttlea, 5 hs srstsrn ia Mil rsiloevrl durin thei
nnrmllon, hut Iniliioraled, aud they reuuli no restialnl frotat
bllness or plensure. -
Th IHIctrd have In thesW medlrlnew a rsirnsly that wl J 4o
Sir them s'.l that medicine ran prslw ellert.
Fre,red hr W. B. MOFFA r, w. It., Proarinthr, Ke Yrk.'
Amla.rsalehy liF.OlttlR WHXaHD, brii.gH.
' Ashtabula, Sert. II, ISfi?.- ".!.
The fullowInK revmrdip ro ofTtfrrd to fti. pnbll
as tho bm, mt rarf.rt, trhich tncdiral mimic tag .
. .irurd. Avi!H'CATiiHtlc 1'lt.M hare bpn pr..
parnl with the utmo.t .kill which the ti..lirt,l bro-
' lesion of thin K po-e. theif .how
th.T ho Tirhies vinic.a r.irpa any ui...
' of medicin hith-rto known. Other pr.por.tion.
do rnor. or lo. Roud; but thi. cur.. m , diinn.roiiil
enrapluint.. .0 quick aod .0 .ure ljTjM to prof. in
efficicy unit power to uproot fliwitM fc.yon4nf v
thine which men have known befor.. By romorjiR
the obstruotion. of the Internal organ. nd .ttatu
latiim thom into healthy .clioti, Vhey re.crr.t. th.
fountain, of lifo .nd viVor-health
through the body, nd the lc man w..
Thov are adapted to disense, .nd diea0 only, ior
when tnken by one in he.lth th.y produr. but lit-
tlo edoct. Thi i. th. perfection of medicine. " , .
ia antagoniitio to discme, and no more. -"ac
children mny take them with Impunity. If tliey (, ,
, re eick they wiU euro them, if they u well tnef
will do them 110 harm. v '
1 Oire them to iomo pntlcnt who h.. been pt.t- ,
trated with biliou coinplnint tee hi. bent-up, tot
tcring form traighten with .trength .gaint hi. '
. long-lost appotito return ; m hi clammy feature. ,
blossom into health. Give them to iome .uflorcr
whose foul blood ha. burat out in scrofula till hi
. 1 In is covered wilh sores; who stands, or sits, T
lie. in anguish. He hns been drenched inside mid
out with every potion which Ingenuity oould rag.
gest. Oiv. him these I'ill., nnd mark; the effect j (
.ce the Bciib. fall from hi. body j ice th. new, fair
.kin that has grown under them , sec th law Lpef I
that is clean. Give them to him whose angry ,
humor, have planted rheumatism in hi joint, ana
hones ; move nim, and he screochea with pain h. . :
too has boon soakod through every muscle of hi.
body with liniment and anlve. i iv. him the.
Pills to purify his blood ; they may not cur. him, ,
for, alas ! there are cases which no mortal power can
reach ; but mark, he wnlk. wilh crutche. now, .nd
now he walk, alone ; they have cured him. Onr. .
them to the lean, sour, haggard dyapeptie, who
gnawing stomach h. long ago eaten .very will,
from his face .nd every muscle from his body. be.
his appetite return, and with it his health ; sc. th
new man. 8ce her that was radiant with health
and lovelines. blasted .nd too early withering
away; want of exercise, or mental anguinh, or
some lurking disease ha. deranged the internal or
gan, of digestion, .ssimilation, or .ecretion, till
they do their office ill. Her blood i. vitiated, her '.
health ia gone. Give her the. Pill, to stimulat. ,
the vital principle into renewed vigor, to cast out
the obstructions, and infuse a new vitality lato th ;
blood. Now look again th. oo. bloaaora on her . .
cheek, .nd where lately sorrow sat joy burst, from '
every feature. See the -meet Infant wasted with 111
worm.. Its wan, sickly feature, tell you without ..
disguise, and painfully distinct, that they are eatin '
ita life away. It. pinched-up nose and ear., and : ;
rnatlpaa alnenincr. tell th. dreadful truth in Ian-
fuage which every mother knows. Give It tht
'ill. in large dose, to .weep these vile panMites
from the bodv. Now turn again and e the ruddy
bloom of childhood. I. it nothing to do th '
tiling. Nay, are they not the marvel of tlii. age i . .
And yet they are done around you .very day.
Have you the less serious symptoms of the di
tempers, they are the eaaicr cured. Jaundice. Co.- .
tireness, lieadache, Sidcache, Heartburn. Foul
Stomach, Nausea, Pain in the Bowels, Flatulency,
Loss of Appetite, King'. Evil, Neuralgia, Gout, and
kindred complaint, all arise from the derangements
which these Film rapidly cure. Take them pers
vcringly, and under the eonnaol of a good Physician
if you can; if not, take them judiciously by such
advice as we give you, and the distressing, danger
ous diseases thev cure, which alllict so many mil
lions of the human race, are cast out like the devil. 1
of old they must burrow in the brute, .nd in the
sea. Price 23 cents per box 5 boxes for Jl.
Through a trial of many years and through every .
nation of civilized men, Atkh's Ciikkkt Pkctob!,
has been found to afford more relief and to eui- n
more case, of pulmonary disease than any other,, ;
remedy known to mankind. Case, of apparently
settled Consumption have been cured by it, and
thousand, of sufferers who were deemed beyond the
reach of human aid have been restored to their
friends and uscfulnes., to sound health and ih. '
enjoyments of lifo, by this all-poworfnl antidote to t
diseases of the lungs and throat. Her. a cold had '
settled on the lung... The dry, hacking cough, th
glassy eye, and the pale, thin feature, of him who
was lately luaty ana strong whisper to all but hint. 1
Consumption. He trie, every thing ; but the di.
eaao is gnawing at his vitals, and .how. its fatal '
avmptoms more and more over all hi. frame. II. 1
is taking th. Chebht Pkctokal now: it ha.
stopped his cough and made hi. breathing .aay :
his sleep is sound at night : his appetite returns,
and with it his strength. Th. dart which pierced '
hi. side i. broken. Scarcely any neighborhood can ,
b. found which has not some living trophy lik. thi. '
to shadow forth th. virtue, which have won for tha
Cheuht Pectoral an imperishable renown. But
Its usefulness does not end here. Nay, it accom
plishes more by prevention than cur. Th. ecunt- 1
loss colds and coughs which it cures are th. sed
which would have ripened into a dreadful harvt '
of incurable diseases. Influenza, Croup, Bronchi
tis, Hoarseness, Pleurisy, Whooping Cough, and
all irritations of the throat and lungs are easily (
cured bv the Chkkut I'EcfoiUt if taken In .ea
on. ftvery family should have it by them, and
they will find it an invaluable protection from th.
inaidious prowler which rarries off the parent sheep '
from many a Aock, the darling lamb utbiu many a .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATEU, Practical and
Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass., and sold by all
JJruggist. everywhere. . , ,
FreuaieiiawUsl'l ly Jabf: C Avr.R, Tractical tuT
leal rlieniM, lell, Mas. ' 1 '.
GEO. WII.LAHII, Aalitabnlui W. B. Allen, eOVrana; Slei.
k t'ltrh, llrneva; II. O. Welisler, Anibuy; I,. J. t ltn, ( on
lieaut', A. McCaualalrri, Mnriran: A. J. Jii.ler, Austluburg , SB
bv ail dealers in Medicines veijrwhcre. "
.VMILY itKniCINES, v , ..
i.tvrAiL vmxA. . , ... .. .
Vegetal)'. ri'.!s per box, 2fi ct.
liieeu alnuutuin Olutiueut. . 4 t& et .
Sai Nai illa per bolt I f 1,00
Cliiiiuii l'lauacca ,.,...... (l vl .
Ky. Lotion ....it.. ' " !i4 el
l ever aud Anu Keuiedy-. par box, .(0 ct
liealth liiltera per p'k. '.' ct
llrseuterv Krnip ..-.... perbo'.t.. OOct
(.'iHisumi tive's Ua'm M t'.i,00
ilulsliall's L'ter. lathnilenn f 1,60
(irulleubi'igs I'll htinedjr !,'
per copy, lo ct
slauual of Health
For uie, by tli city druzirUtai also br scenta in the nrind-
pal towns iu OLiu.
Hartford, Trumbnll To. O., March 7lh, 1C5T. '
I lioreliy eertify that 1 bare been dnaliug In tb Uralfenberg
sledicines for tlie past year, und cm truly aay that 1 bae
never oQered any metiiuUiea to the pubiic that bar net with,
the decided appinb.it ion or the people like thete, arUcularly
the I'llls and Catbnilena. They will reidlly peiform all atal
inare tlisu is piomw-ii for them. 1 have sold about filly lait
tlea nf the (.'uttinlicon the pust season, nd I hear th beat m
sulli In erery C-uc. J. U U. JOIl.NaON, HeiUcal Ajit,
Trad what Dr. ittislinell )ays of the Graflouberf Medicine.
Dr. 11., Is a physldau of eKlensKe practice, and on uf th.
muxt succoKslul III th eounty (Trumbull) in which h ressdv.
" Thin ceiiif.es thut 1 have u.i'd Ihe iiralletiberg piito anit
Murthu!l's lathnlicon, old he: by .1. 11. C. JoIiiimuj. iu hit
pruciii-c to tuy entire aaiislucliou. Tbey ure gnoxt inedkin!
Dr. O. W. UlsH.StLl.
Ilartfold, TruiuhuU Co. O., March 7, laiil.
I am apliynHan of thirty year's prattle.: My principal
stinly ha l)een disesae of feiimle. Tbey har (reneialiy balllsd
my licst eU,rU. (ibtuinlng the materials eninj osing Mai
shall l ie iue C'utlnilicou, I waa ple.L-t.i will) thorn; gav
them a fair tri al, ami frumd mvaelf atsindautly nacesaful in
niy former piacliev I could only mltlttat tb yniptnni of
almut lulf the oaai sand rnuld lint cui on in ten. Now I
cm radically euro ut least seven!. n in twenty and milirat
the rest. 1 const L.T Marshall's I' train. CaUi.Iieon th iieal
ust bleaaing to Icinaleil have met aith. .
J. H. WILLIAMS, M. D, CharlMton.
IVast lledfoi d, Coshoc'.on Co. May 14, '61.
Mr. II. Ii Kin.U r, Kir: I ba been aelliuf th uiediriiMis
ot tli Oraiieuberft cnmiavt fur lb last ten )ars, and hat
invariably found thein to gUv (rood satisfaction; aud the pin
I have sod to a (rest many Ainii, let a let-jlarly ai tlielr ha
aud oolfee, ami with my trade they hav bacons a atapl r
tic1. MaiahttU'H L'teiin t'atholican U a niediciii. Ibat haa
done a great amount of food iu feniai diea-r On lady
aold it to bid me she had received more benent from on bot
tle thu ab did from a long oonrn .1 inedioal trctaatnt by
th most skillful i.hvsiciuua, Yours trulv,
For '. by
PKVflAM k JOHNSON', Aalilabul
W. K. Al l FN. Jrrieian.
A. K. HEi'KWITll, New l.ynal,
A. Mra'AUSI.AND, Kockomk, '
T. CTiil'H, Tmnibull. .
N. I'A WISH, Klnirsvlll. '
L. LYONS, ( ,r.,ieut. .
II. MOIKiAV, larl.Krov,
V. II. it I I.I. KH k C... Auatinimraa
M. MIHION. Auduier.
H. St ill VII i:a,.a.
And by nn Ageut n all prtnciail ti.wuii in Ohio.
For Medlcinn aud Ageniles, a.l.lresa r'
.... 11. U. Kl.NGhLKY,rL.vFi.iiP, ;
" Aprnt lw ohi.
Hound and riuusre inm. oral) IUa. fioin la inch to 'it. Ludic.
Uuop, Band, mW. lioroll, !, and 11U liound liou. . , ,
lia lil.l.. Natl Ito.U. , , ,
4 HtJa. UprtiiE U.el aortl saat. , . I
Alao, Anwrleau, Kualleh Itli.ler, lieimn, nd (-et HtfrL If
sale low b ' UKO. Mla.V.aKH
90 'IONS Of i IKON enil.racinfr
V. tiara of Aussip, Kwntala, aad Fuiilb Flat
H.avy OootVtt -
60 sett uwei laiti-tio riprtnga,
' All sett liou aUlete aaaumni, .,., ,.., '
frtlO salts Khan Illumes. 1 ' "
Ala, 1-atent.ud lliilf l'U!i Allot kmfo Vtc., SUdg-riy,
Iron Bench Hor-.. Uuia. Malleabl Ciatlngs,
tors!-' . ,:.,). WIl.i.Altn.
T71JS. of W0UL WANTED
. f... ra.h. tor wuwa la.
hit f W Vf V V ' " '
' I behest tiric. wiU U paid. CBO, ILLAU.
'"l.i.tubuha, Jun IT,