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BY jAMr.A Itf.ED.
AshUfeu.tt.OhJo, Oct. f), 1858.
FAt.or ttiK Farmers' Cu'". The
which h J been 6xcd for Titesdny nfl
Wednesday of this Week, Was pretty nlncli
all crowded into the last day. Though the
Entries. were generally made in the course
of the day ond Evening of Tuesday, senrec
ly anything was carried npon the ground
ntil Wednesday morning This made
Ijosy work for those in charge of the re
ceipt and arrangement of the various com
modities,' that went to make np the show.
Yet, notwithstanding nome little confusion
the matter was got along with quite well.
The ground, whieJi are spneions and
pleasuntly located on the Itidge Rond, ate
of a sandy surface, had been well inclosed,
and the track, tolerably well graded, and
in excellent condition. The articles enter-
eJ were numerous beyond expectation, and
the display was decidedly good. The at
teudance was gueh as no one had anticipa
ted The village seemed to be filled with
vehicles and the inclostire presented a busy
tnaks of gwd natured and happy people.
Our citizens entered into the matter with
deep interest, and nothing was purposely
neglected that could. add to the attractions
of the occaviim. The Tanners of tlie neigh
borhood, too, deserve much credit for their
good feeling. Mild contributions. The gen
eral feeling of pride and satisfaction iti
which u II seem to partk-ipute, is not the leust
ogreeubie feature of the fair. A credita
ble, annual exhibition in Ashtabula, is no
longer a; problem. It is a Gxed fact. We
liuve only to gather ourselves for each suc
cessive effort, improving, and profiting by
experience as we go, to bring these occa
sions up to a point not to be surpassed iu
First iii importance, perhaps, was the
Stock 'tfepartaieut. This was full. The
eatUe, too, were of a very superior quality,
fanning through all the various breed, or
Durham, Devons, . mixed and common
Ljoods, The number of entries were 42
lu number, which we prestyne was not out
done by any fair in the county, this full.
The most. ii ikiiifi feature in this conven
tjon w tritin of eleven vnke of superior
fit and work entile from the east village.
A noble animal a Durham Bull, belong
to Mr. Aaron Fields, nttmeted our attention,-
together with a uumler of very fiue
cows of 4''e same breed.
Horses were entered in lirge numbers,
running np to 200, mid among them were
innny of good appearance und qualities.
The show in the ting was au exciting fea
t oris, of the day.
Sheep and Hogs were not out in large
numbers, but the specimens were meritori
.The rage for roaltry, has very much
subsided, and the numerous coops of fowls
which in days past gave interest to these
occasions, are not now to be sc?n. There
were, however, some very good birds on
the ground, and at least one pair of tho
now somewhat neglected Shanghais.
The show of vegetables, though not
large, could not we think be easily beuteu
inequality. They were unusually flue and
well grown. We may acknowledge the re
ceipt of .three fine pumpkin from that very
worthy nnd useful member of the Club,
Abel Gerald, and also a, goodly Black
Spanish Watermelon, from E. S. Ai.vonn,
Esq. of Austinburg. Our friend Wm.
Seymour, as usual contributed largely to
The Fruit ix'iibit, of course, was.q:iite
meagre, yet our friend Dubois, would not
let the whole thing go by default. In spite
of the general dearth, he had a tolerable
show of apples and peaches. S.nm good
Grapes of the Cutawbn and Isabella species
were exhibited by P. M. Hoot, James Phil
lips and Mrs. Faulkner.
Tho Floral department was not exhuber
ant, but presented some very pretty boquets
rictures, drawings, and other fancy ar
ticles were in considerable profusion, but
the committee were not all connoisseurs, k
found no little difficulty iu deciding upon
the respective merits of the various pieces,
and their emhnrrasmcuts were not materi
ally lessened by the presence and anxiety
of some of the authors. In this class was a
hair wreath made up of the hair of some
five or six generation of a family, arranged
with much taste and skill. It was passed
by on account of an error iu classifieation,
and arrniigmeiit. Thcro were some very
creditable sa-oimen of lino drawing by Mas
ter Shaylor, which deserve commeudatiou.
In Needle Work, there was a good dis
play both in kind and quantity.
George Hall, added several articles of
Interest, in buggies and musical instruments.
pucro & Brothers had some specimens of
furniture which would grace any fair, and
(A wilted they have reason to be justly
proud. " a this line too, Linus Savage had
A single epedjuen, a sofa, of superior work
A gn? bomta built by Smith Si Lock
wood displayed a gorgeous sight of ladies
and children' la-jury, among which were
boiua verym1!1 beautiful silks for dresses.
KobciK had ci of very pretty new
gtpplp with hi pitfe Of Jewelry, engrav
ing. &ctt "d Dick With tt'lQtlier of PUtlorv,
and o,the articles, contributed not a little
to' te variety and in.te.rmi of tho oollupiiun.
- Vieorge ituooaruj i,tyi uu,i a apemiuou of
bis urIleleo; fclOVWl MftYO aud. aia or
' twd Darlor atovea.
'Phillips occupied all the spw that was
devoted tQ the exliibiliou of boots, shoes,
ana Jeattipn, Jig work was good, bat we
think, from Ifye n,u,ra.ber of shoemakers we
.tave fo town, Wa, detriment should bavt
bttu.more iajpsinj, .
Mr. dimming of Conneaut, exhibited a
beautiful burp;y harness.
A leading feature of tho exhibition, was
the array of Sewing Machines. There
were five on tho ground Wheeler k Wil
son's, which took the first premium, Atwa
ler's, which took the second premium, 0 ro
ver & Baker's, Ilowe's, and Singer's. A.
Stager, esq , hud freely allowed his G rover
ii Bukcr machine to be placed npon the
ground to udd to the general interest, but
without any one who was acquainted with
using it, to Bhow its merits. It was there
fore passed by without the attention, and
the understanding of its merits, which it
was desirable to have had.
Mrs. Stoddard contributed to the fair a
very pretty cose of Millinery articles, which
attracted the attctitlou of the ladies, and
brought out many an ejaculation, snch as
they alone know how to give Utterance to
The pleasures of the day were brought
to a conclusion by the appearance of a,
couple of lady equestrians, and the appear
ance of the Fire Compauy, in full nniform
with their machine, for which the club wish
ns to express theirgrnlitude.
Tho receipts are very satisfactory amount
ing in the gross to about 8300.
The lift of awards, which we think should,
by all means, have appeared in this paper, were
not in readiness for us.
Morr Nrw Goons. Allusion has already
been mudo to the arrival of New Good, by
some of our Merchants, and now we have to
Announce still greater quantities, as most of our
merchants have now returned from their semi
annual visit, to tha East. Those who are
now candidates for a passing notice, may he
named ns follows : Messrs. Smith & LochwooD,
hav&been quite liberal iu their purchases, and
and have been tooting in and arranging goods
for the lust week or two. Tbey have some
very rich and desirable commodities, which they
are offering at remarkably low figures. Tbey
have added a new department to their ci
rcuity flourishing business. They have intro
duced a stock of Carpel, which we think will
have a comparison with anything to b met
with, of ther grade, la either city or country.
They, however, speak for themselves in our
columns, and the reader will not fail to make
his own examination, both of the advertisement
and tho goods.
Messrs. Tyler & Colli, hove, ns lliey an
nounced last week, been slielfiu a very finely
selected stock of seasonable poods. Their pur
chases have been made with deliberation, and
thought, and the evidence of the Tact is in the
excellence and tuste of their w tires, and their
adaptation to the wants of a regular and sub
stantial trade. They have a good show of
mercantile t.tet, and leave nothing undone to se
cure toe satisfaction of their customers.
In this list, too, we have to name oar young
fiieud Rourrts. lie always brings in the best
classes of articles that the murket ulfurds.' lie
has a pride to cater to the tastes of those who
are usaully condsidcred the best customers, and
his goods commend themselves to the tastes of
the cultivated, as well as those who are govern
ed by the consideration of enlightened economy:
ll.s present stock Is a very attractive one, and
oo one can rau through any department of it,
without being convinced of the fairness of
prices and the superiority of the articles com-'
posing it. See his advertisement.
John P. Robf.rtsov, in his usual modest
way, presents himself to our readers, and
rehearses to them some of the ndvautnges
that he is desirous of laying before them.
His full purchases have been made with some
of the same liberality that have marked
those of our other village patrons, and as
to moderate and fair prices, and generous
deportment in trade, he is not a wbit be
hind the chicfi.st.
Our neighbor Tai.cott, it will be seen has
disposed of his goods to Mr. A. Sin.e, who
has laid in an additional stock of seasona
ble goods, and tho business is to be done
with an eye to quick returns, and a narrow
margin for profits. The stock now embra
ces many of the best qualities of goods,
which at the low prices at which they are
offered, will secure a ahare of trade. Call
and judgo for yourselves.
The prices of most kinds of goods this full,
liuve a very low range, aud the business iu N.
York, is limited. Tnere U therefore, an anxiety
to sell, and a still greater anxiety to realize the
cash. Our merchants found Ibut a little cosh
would go much further tbun usual in purchas
ing. The goods that have been brought here
this full, have been bought at favorable prices,
aud notwithstanding the care used to avoid too
berul stocklis, the gross amouut of (roods pur
chased tho preseut season by the merchants of
our village, we think quite op to ordinary times.
Though sumu have used the cuutiou alluded to,
others have not beeu roJ ruined by any clamor
about hard times. The fall trade, we believe,
has beguu with a good degree of activity.
Skwi.no Maciunks Grrat Rkductiox in
Prick. Tho U'hkklkb & Wilson Masufactcr
ino Co., have itauud a circular to their ageuU, in
wnich a list of new prices is given, materially
less than those at which tbey liuve beeu selling
their machine. Tbey have boua compelled to
lake this course from the many iufriugmeots
upou their rights, uud the multiplicity of cheap
iuveulions of limited and uucettuiu vulue iu some
eases, aud utter worthlessncss iu others, which
by the use of a considerable amount of imperti
nent gab, have beeu obtruded upon the public
There is but one opinion, and there can be but
one, with the intelligent aud unprejudiced, with
regard to the merits of the Wheeler d- IVilton
nuckieM a family machine and tbal is, it has
no equal. The following is the uew list. Or
dert retcived at this office, and machines deliver
ed here, at the New York prices:
New Style Msohlna, : , , ,50 00 '
Medium, an Plain I abls, , . , , , . T5 SO
" Hair Case Panel SO 00
Half Caec, M thogaoy or Black Walnut,. . t4 00
ve, id..kjij or uiaoK aluut. .100 OB
ull Caae, KomwoimI,. , 116 OU
lrge Macljiue, , ,
, 6 10
Look out roa ma E).ri-uat8. Oo Thars
day, Oct Uth, Dau UiceV Great Bhow will
nutke its appoarauce iu town. Dan's Show U
everybody's favorite, aud bis cunvasx, no doubt,
will be crowded to its utmost extent, during its
slay here. Look at the bills, and see what a
list of attramtoua j there represented. . ,
Pa. Wawiwostu will ba at the Ashtabula
Uoaae, oo Thesday uext, for conaullution upon
all chrauio divaev Sua his adwrtiatHueut.
Vii.lao Cistmns Ilia council ar supply
ing ibe vacant portions tf the village with Cis
torus, wherewith to meet tho emergencies of
fire. The meaura is a provident oue, dictated,
In tcHrnn, an WHnwtHT rnlng, HVft tWh. ttf ft' ?
Hew ft h'Me'a fclhw, he Iter. A. It. OMMI M.I.KN
A. Ul'I'NKI.Itn Mr.OKOIUiari. DHK1.IION.
In tn, nn (he Mh (nrf.h Rot. Mr. Rlcnr(ion,MIe, g.
1. Kltl.VK. to Mr, f. eXIIII at Hlrhmond.
In rierrnl, OrtnW r4 tijr M. A InnH, Ml'-e M 4R
OAHRT WATRIlMAN, to Mr. JOSEI'll M. 1I0W).AM, all of
tfl tlilavllUgt) on ttinrliir mflmlng kut NATllDA. wife f
In tdU TllUfr on TlmrH ln H AMt rt., r4 lAmmitlii,
child of OMpftrUttodvl,. AuoUivr Tlctlm t Uicdjsintorjr.
In KlnarwrUt, OftnWr lt;ftt-r an fllnm nf mw month. WA
JANK. dn.tft.twj of Alvtn and Jaw 7. Wright, twenty-two
Jo New Jfms JhOmW Srrl, of Tjpnua TYPtt MAROAB
t t JN ffltiMirt nf ( hit Hon fOllle j and in tli mw pln, of
Wift Mino dlrtavs nn the 24th ulU, CHAKKEd tCOVUXE,
hUKhantluf Mmnitrot J. Hrovilla.
The Cnroft of bt.i..(riff and the pursuits of
Witon and plurf allka produe a atrnin nmn tli niln4
Wliich roacU npnn tha phyUti oi tho auhjorta tlrf, and
prtMlnroa Ihu of ajip tU, pain in the head, ailfttiona lu Id
bronchial nervea, rtynipfia, Mlllnim cltolto, ai.d Infl smmalion
of the bltiader. If In the oatljr atAjN of then complaint a
rpnort U had to MufTiifn Life 1'flU and Thoenli Hittvii, a him-
dr rnro may be rHrd on. Bold bjr tho pronriptor. VB.
JfOFF AT, U. Da, aaii BrOHdwny, New Vork. and hta Atfenta.
In this mamit.oti woinltiphig ape. it Is rare to
find a man plara) ht nwfulnoaa to the pit the, Wfore bin Inter
ewt. Dtirtna; a tate vlflt to the C'lty of rpimlle,' we wero pra
aontd by a pnilewdonal friend, to the celvbralrd ( hemljti, Ur.
C. Atkb, bw nmtw in now perhnpa, moil lanti.Ur than
any nthor, at the bedaidr cf afcknoK, in thix eoitntry. Know
in the nnprwdenti-d popoiailly of hn meHicinea, and the
Immenee wle of them, we had exported to ttnd him a million
aire, and rollinjr In wealth. Hat no, we found him in hta
InboratorT.boay with bin Intmrem, anions hid crucllile, alem
biee, and rf tortu flvlnjj b( bt ptraonal ear to the em
pou iirtu, oo the vlrtnea nf which, thouaanda hanf for hintth.
We learneil, th it notwithstanding hi raat hnnlnf-ea, and ita
prompt return In eah, the Ioetr I not rich. The reaeon
ast-hrnrd I, that the mntei U! la coRtly, and tie rint In mak
In nl prrtMratfon an expcmtrclr. that the nett profit ia
Sniall.-jlmen'coa iarwer, I'ktL
Inflammation of the eyea, like all other in
flaminatlon, I cauaed by Impurity of the blood, whtrh em -en
all entptlva dtenM a halt H -oum, Sctirvr, Holla, rWiwi,
UIoitp, iVc The blood being unhealthy, and of an Impure
tmturo atun occaalona IrpKle. The blood hemming obtruct
ei In the veln the watery part of the b In ciinwHjifnrf
thrown out from their extremeifcii, and dropsy U the result
Many tlmt-i It le oec-wloned by Improper tre.-vtntent of ef)me"
former dtwae, an 1 the re-wel leny filled hy aeeoit kumora
liintt-wcj of blHd. Free evacuatinn by theae pfll, on ft the
piMi)i;e into the Madder and carry off the corrupted humora,
and renew them with pure and healthy blood, which will drlre
out of the body all in.lmnintiont.lnK:ether with eruption of
the ftkin, and all droxicnl compl;iint. They will be a ihield
every form of dieate to auaid and keen you from the cold
frnvaplii hand of diath, andenuw life and strenctli to remain
and the countenance to briphten with the bloom of beauty
and h.-alth. Dr. Morne'i luJioo lUht Tills tuw sold by ail
dealeri io Medicinee.
Dr. Rohnck'a tScuiulioaviau llemedien. In
directing tlie attention of our reader to Dr. Hotmck'a adrer
1ietnent, we have no lieiiUtin in aayina; that all he claims
for htft inedlrlnea i eotinrmed by eurtiilnate from all porta of
the Went. The Unguae of thee eertlflcnte Uao earneatand
rntefnl, and the eui-oa refer to auch a vnricty o. dlaenMHi, thai
I would be folly to question the restorative prnpertle of the
prvparatlona. it appear that while bo ta nixing among bts na
tive mnuntjtlna, in Hvreden, during a vi-it to that country aonw
reara ago, be enilerted a large quantity of rare medicinal
herb, unknown in thi oountry. and by combining the liquid
and nolid extracta of thoae poeaewing powerful detergent pro
pertie, he ucceeded in producing hit celebrated Blood Puri
fier and lllood J'illa, which are aaid to exercixe a more benell-
clal elfret upon the fluid of the human body than any other
curative in txMence. Dr. Roback's theory la, tliat all d(
eae originate in tire blool, and It would poem thnt the rapid
recovery of hlf patient, under oonnoe of theae diidntectante,
atTorda tmng nrewumptlre evldenoe that hi pnthology la cor
rect, f'ertnin M I tht tle celebrity of Ma tired (cine inereew
di1y, and Hint he haa auUientic proofs of their success in
uia poftkestioa. nee Aavetuaemeni.
IToltoway'a Tills, in apHe of the prejudices of
medical martinet, have found thir way Into the leading ho
and dhitenvarlet of Kurene, and are now the etahiihed
fmilly ntrdirlne of all ctaee in the United 8ttea I'pon the
to tn arh and Hver, which preprint and temppr the Wood, upon
the nr?an which vltalhce it iu the proce of rewpi ration, and
upon the excretory reawl, which discharge from the ayotem
the residinm not required for the purpow of nutrition, them
illfloppiate In an ahnoet mirncttlmi manner, regulating, in
vitrnimtinir, cfeanfflng, and fortifying the wlnde phyH'que. In
hilioii dnwiriler, dytepHla, aathma, diarrhrea, dvnentcry, alck
headache, rnntlpatton, general debility, anJ ooiuplaiuts pecu
liar to female, their effect la aatenlhing.
rTHE same K"i'Keoii3 and meritorions or-
JL pptnlcatioo, vhicb latelr prformel wtUj auch OQiuoal
Mblo'ai Gardrn, If. V , mid Welch's Natlou
Will exhibit at
Madison, 'Wednesday, Oct. 13th.
Asbtubulu, Thursday, Oct. 14tb.
Conneaut, Friday, Out. 15th.
The whole under the upenrlaloa or
Special Card from tlie ma linger off labll-
The Agenta of the great show being fully aware of the
grout IntereHt entertained by the people of the Wet, for Dan
Rice, and at the a.ime time oognixaut of the fact that they
waut but to be aasnrcd that
DAN WILL APPEAR.
In order to ensure a triumphal reception tor hint, they aval
themaelvea of th j only vehicle for imparting the oewa, and
PHOUDLV AND riBurrv
That on the date above mentioned, be will be forihcomioj
Splendid Retinae of
Blooded Horses and Educated Animals
AND A COMPANY OF ARTISTS,
superior me.it and well earned reputation. The Agents
knowing, at the same time, that in thi locality quite a num
ber of t.xhihitioti of various grades and character are adver
and that fertile fancies have given birth to the moat extra
vagant promt , whilnt a spirit of emulation has generated A
considerable amount nf gaeoimade, would
QUIETLY REMARK THAT THE
GREAT SHOW POSSESSES
Features whicb can be seen lu no other xbibitlopi In tha
1st. Tha only Elephant which can, does, and will walk a
2d. Tlie largest Rhinoceros ever captured. The only one
America. AndtbeHrst aud only oue lo tho world evur
IIo will be Ivt Litou lu IU King,
8d. The only pntrorCOUlG MUI.Kd.
4th.-Tue unly Walulno; Cunicl.
6lh. The only Tulkitix Tlorxe the ori(lniJ "one hnm
eircua lOXOIOUMOK, tlie boa.ullul dappled ftrj
eale acl'in. W'lloe intellitrt noe ao imreaaed tboae who aaw
him iu Nur York, that he wax at)led.
The Animal will a Soul.
1th. The ouljr Keuiale llotae Tamer, Mra LibUe 6 how lea,
who wLI iutroduoe the Wild Mexican atuatang
t V II K K A .
lib. And theoulr reallj entertaining awn, who wean the
CoaVRB.ATIONAi.IBT AND II IIVOIIII.
We alao claim to be oomplela (unnatloo, ant a
TKOLl'B DIVIDED l-NTO ritACTIONS
With or.e Set of IVrrormurs with two Seta of
But a amoa of Novelty. Originality and attracUoa I Th
aeenMued eiemente el which couatituta
THE OllEAT SUOW!
Tbt Show fulflli iu Promisee and PecCvou all it AdTertUr
ae. We abo (eel wareantra ku averting that the Himt Maa
aged Horara la The World are luttuded ia euretablee: and
alao tlal wa have the lloat Modeat, t'laaaU and aeeoojuliebed
KueaUbauae la Ameriea,
Mrs. SaU.ie Sticknet,
Who U aemuipauled by her aether, 8. P. BT1CKNEY ' Tha
ele rn ICijueiitiian, UU. II. If. KOMSTON, tha ChaaanttMi
lltviwiiiiau will aiMiar aa a btandani 8tar.
1'he Keguiar Comjauy aHNiala el
iUt8. LUX RICK.
HUK. I SHOl.ES. Mt tTtl.Lt
MiiS KATK, UTTLIS KilMA.
HH. M. U TIIAYEU,
Tha Ciwwa and Coiuaaadiaa.
Mr. Jaa 8bowler, The lir,ue Mr Cbae Noyae,
MaaL Ciiaa. Keed, Uwti. If. Baieiay, Ur. A. Car tec,
Ma.1. 6. Slickiw, Mr. J. C. Cuufc. afr. Moru,
MaaL Uubert, aud
The Inimanae eararan, aoawbiling ef Eighty People and
100 lloreee, will uiakeau eauoaUiua narada ea the Btoniiug
the axhihiiaja ty, whew the
20 Horse Band ami Carrisg '
Contalnifig Cenharae Braaa and String BaaA wa. b drrraa
tike eekt rehuwaMl a. Aineaiea.
Duora open at 1 aud T e'cloek. Perfbraianca ViU aoov
aaeatwat y mmi. a e'eloefc.
AUaii-lsiitNBoieaoOapnta. P U aent. ChBdrea H
Boiea Meant. Ha half price to 1U
0. H. CASTLB, Agent.
Remember Dan liice'a Great Biz Show I
WUI, HE BEBE.
X, dr. O- XP- O.
5 ? $ ? 5 ? ?
QN MONDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1858,
. SMITII & LOCKWOOD
Will nnrn one of tbe tergeet and BiOtl oWlrabte 8tncki of
Dry flood., arer oTrred In title aierket, roo
tatlng ol tlie following Gnodr, and
many othera not men
tioned. 200 pound rf PrltiU .$ 25 .
1000 yrJ Trims rcmiiantu 6 1-2
2000 yard" Prints 9
2500 yards Merimac and Cocheco 1 1
Three 0 o e 4 a are raarantred Hut colon and Printed on the
but elothr, the Compenlee nee, and all of
tlill aeaeon't etylra.
200 yds Printed Canton Flannels at 1012j(!.
We would recommend thoae Oonda to all partlri wishing
to make cheap bed blanket..
1000 yiuda Bny State, nnmilton, and SulTulk
Brown and BlraebedCnl Ion Flamtela, boort.' at
the low prior, of the late largeAuctton
atea la New York .
200 yds of 111-Wool Flannels, at cxtrcrre
3000 yards Brown and Bleachct Sheeting, at
, , a utoM to cult eoatomera. Rrmenber that wa
' are not to be eadt noUl.
SflO'yds. TTomilton a TaciBc de lanes 20 to 22c
2M do AU Wool do 44c
fiOO do Pnramatto 2")C
500 do French Merino, 1J wide 7s
100 do Fancy Silks 62 to $1 75
100 do Black Silks SI to 1 75
4 Patterns rich and eleirant silks 840 00
500 yds Pluid aud Stripe Be Bagcs 15 to 20
Also, many other btylrs of Dress Goods, and a
Large Assortment nf Fringea and other Dree
We bare a large and chMne
election of the m-w and einall
lie enib oldrrd Collar, alao
the new etyle Pulf aleerea.
10,000 poirs of Hosiery and Cloves, at Prices
lower than tbe eery lowcat panic ratra.
1000 Gents Patent Enameled Collars at 4 ct,
VUnufnrturrd from paper and cloth. Cheaper
for a man to purehaae. wear and
throw away, than to par
CU ana are I Ae atae reaaeaa wAe. '
250 yd Grny Cnssimeres, 5 to 7 shillinjrs per
yard. SO0 yarda Philadelphia Fancy CaMimeree,
7 to ahilliuga per yard. Theae
Gooda were purchaaed from
Wt fwrn( (Aeai Cktmf.
Carpets and Oil Cloths We tnke plrasnre in
announcing hi our euetomera and the nubile general
lyt that we have edited to our tack a beau
tiful line or Carpeta and Oil clotha,
difTorent In airle and an
perior in quality to any
in tbia mar
kt. 200 yards Cotton and Wool Carpets
450 yards all-wool Carpets
100 yards super all-wool- .Carpets
100 yards three-ply all-wool Carpels
200 yards Brussels Tapestry Carpets
100 yards Stair ..Camels
100 yards Oil Cloth
We shull be most happy to show these Goods
to any perton or pereona in want, or to thoeo
who like to adiulra tho beautiful,
without tbe least acorn,
andao it will be throughout our entire atock.
The above Special Sale will continue from day
until further notice, Rcmemberfrieada, to bring your
- purees, for ourterma are CASH. Books are out
of tbe aueatloii, oar peas are broken,
aad our ink le out, therefore
we shall require of
Good butter. Eggs, nice, mans woo lea Socks, and such other
articles of trade, as art equiralout to Cask.
Merchants, Milliners and Pedlars are invited to
all ao4 examine tbia special stack, as we will aaake ;
It to their advantage lo parchaaa.
iWaMa, OH, 1, ISM.
MASTEIl COMMISSIONER'S Sale of
Ileal Kstate, Ashtabula - Common Pleas,
June Term, 1858.
Eiecutors of T. U. elevens,
vs. J Mim V eai. Crav
Aagwtus Bai thelomew, at a) J
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Mint Vend.
induly taaued Irani raid Court in the above care, to ma di
rected, 1 a ill otter Sir sale be way of public auction at the door of
hue court nouae in jeneiano, anunuia uounty, uniu, on at
nnlay, tbe SUtb day of October. A. D. J HAH, betweea the hours
of 10 and four o'clock of aaid day, tha following deecribrd
Heal kVUU. to wits K-Huate hi tlie towualilp of tienena
tonuty af Aeliiaeuia, and suta of Ohio, and is bounded aud
ttV.cn Wd ss lidlowa, to wit : Knowu as being ia lot ha. I,
la great lot No. snd ia bounded aa lullowa: caouuieneiag at the
aouUiweat corner of a lot of land eeoed by Wm. Tutlle, and ar
tlrird to J. French, running North au kuuered and eiaty
Shw Set, (lt nwtj theuoe Weat one kandivd and tweuly
Bve feet, 1 136 feet,! ae lead owued by J. J. Bdeen. theu-e
South to tha h.lir Hoad, eoe biniereo and aiaoty fret, (iwo
klj Uinaa bast Utt leet ke IM plaew ed eeguiniug, apoo
which sut la a lavero aeuae aud bara . Appraawd at jJOou.
Sept tS, IS, gs 00 joS Special Mater ComailiMilotier
GRlN 1T8T0 N E S Bere auSTXkl
H-uea, Sriad BMoee, aad Cried titooa mTVKCS
osoeiao ea kaad. - eSUMCJC C. Hl'liiSAyHU.
Hew Good Fall Supplies.
S HEXHAM, Jr., Tmn Jnt received
front New York, a large aad well erieeted Inretee ef
Baasonabl Dry Goods,
Groceries, Crockery and Glass-ware, Look-iiig-G
losses, Ac, rtc ,
whi-h, ae they and their etinmnrtate plaoea In tlie arranew
ment of our new and parirma ature, pmnit, with tha I took
oa band,aa array of Mere hand ke unaurneeeed iu
Jl mount. Variety, Ercettene and Cheapnen.
by any other eatahllthment In tbe town or eour.tr. In all three
aartleiilara, onr atnrk will In kept np to the waiite nf tl- rm
mnnlly and the eon.lltl.in nf Uie market, and the wlchceof
onr eld fileiiite. and the tartee of new oiien, will be eonriiltrd
and graf Hied, with the eaiae pirltaml good frrllnr. aa In ti.nee
frVeli... Sfrt. TU, IMS. B1';N"AM.
Prove all Tliinrs
DU. II. W.'WADSWORTH, Eclectic
rhy.lctaa and Surgeon, 111 be In attendance ae follow
Arlitahula, AeMabnta Holier, Turedar, Oct 12. 1
Jenereen, TlMiiiienn'K Momlar, Oct. 11th.
MallHn, tVednewlay Oct. Mlh.
I'allienrllle, tV.wloa Ifmiae, Thumlliy Off. 14th.
( 'ten-land, Johnenn llnnrr, Frliley a Satiirney, 19 IStb.
KlfiKftville, Suinlnr and Wonnny forenoon, 17 a lMh.
Conneaut, Kanilnlph Hoiier, Monday afternoon, 18th.
COXM I.TATION FKEK.
The Mode of Examinnlioii pursued by Dr. W.
la eery Mmr-le and entirely new J end hy it dheaee of any
of tlie Internal Tltal organa. In in a very in ailniitee delreted
with farlllty and certainly without aaklng the patient a ouee
Unn, or having the leat prerlone knowledge ot the eaer.
Among tlie dl.rn.ee tn-ated eucceserullr by hhu, may br
mentimiedUie fallowing i
Sciofuln, and all Disease of a Scrofulons orijriih
L'lcrra, Tumtra, Knlargrd (llanda or Jnlnta, Hip Dliwaae, ewell
ed Neck or lioitre, Saotiilonn enre Kri1., Sreld Head Riiiptione
on tlie Fr or other parte. Cancel, Kletula, Spinal Marawe,
Dyprla, liravrl, luj,iten, f trirture, St. Vltua Dance, Epl
le)iey, hlirumatt.ni, Rroper, Ac. Ae.
All dieearea peculiar to Kewialea, and all rbrnnlr dleeaaea of
the Brain, Kyea, Throat, Lnnga, Heart, Stnnatrlt, l.lver, Spleen
Kidneys rkln ar other onrane. A eee1y enre warranted In
all dleeenee of a Kyphi.iptir or venereal rlianM-tor, witliout tor
ttae of mercury nrntlier poieone.wliicll deetioy tha entietttiitinn.
Kegular rUt-r will be mnde durinr the year, giving thoae
who coiiune ice treatment, opjiortunlty to onnlinue till cured.
Ir. w. haa fully qualifted hinierlf Sir tlie prettier of hi.
pmfi'wtlon, nf whuli any eioa .hall be aathflrd by calling
at hi. moma.
No certlle-ate of antea pnlill hrd, but refereneea to any
niiuihrr of palieuia, who bte been cured, will be givea to
thoae dealing thrm.
The Poor IJbt rally ContiJerrJ.
Any pereon eendlng a Correct .Utement of their rrmploma,
and enclo.ing '., will hare mrdlrlne, ataptel to thetr cakc,
autficirnt to la.t one month or Sre week, aeut them bjr
II. W. WADRWORTH, . I), BatavU X. Y.
TarTn ET(-ren wiTitofT Paix, bt Cai.vxim.
FALL OF 168
We ar now prepared, with ear
Nevr Fall & Winter Goods !
To offer to Our Friend, and the pnblie generally aa good an
asanrtmeut aa any Variety Stoie In the Country, in our
ERT GOODS DEPARTMENT,
may be Innnd a targe etock nl Clntha. ramimerer, Patliiettn
FUnueta, and ail U,e new and vaiivd ntylea of
Dress Goods, Shawls, Hoop Skirts, &c,
A large and due
Stock of Boots and Shots,
our usual large stock of
Groceries, of Superior quality,
Hats nnd Cops, ,
.Nails, Gloss, Putty,
W shall sell our Good tor CASH, or to prompt paying
Castesnerr, aa -
Cheap at the Ckcapett,
as that U the trvle we particulaily de.lre, and shall endea
vor to take care of. We tske pleasure In allowing onr Cooda,
and shall be happy to do so at any t ime, for without It w
can brirdly expect to sell.
L. .... TLtn V COLLINS.
sAlasafa, Oct. I, Wtt.
-A Ctktt ef tVeew a Wit aad flieaeat,-
ATliousand and One Stories, of Fact
and Fancy, Wit and Humor.
RHINE, REASON, A.VD ROMAJTCK,
Edited by 8. U. OOODR1C H , (I'eter Tailry,)
One volume, large octavo, handsomely bound In red inorece,
with gilt aale and back; containing IM pages, and
lllu.tn.teu by 300 Beautiful Kograiinga.
Tbe design of this book is to bring whole
llhrariea iuto a .ingle volume to furnish a BientaX meal lor
verv day and eiety hour for every taste, humor, age, capiiee
bunk for the grare and gay, the old and young; we nave,
therefore, Scieure aid I'Jiilolphy, Khyino and luaaon. Wit
aud Wudoin, Feet aud Fancy, which, put together aa they
coiue, produce a sort of intellectual pltiiu ptidiiiug, iiiasniuvh
as the whole la peppered and spiced with puna, couuudiuuis,
aud diolleiiee, to aay actuiug of a garuiah of three bundled
lu theM pares are given the essences of thought and senti
ment frou) Uufthe, dney Hmlth, Maul. Johnnon, and many
otliera; clerical anecdotes, Hibernian eccentricities. Western
extravaganxes, gathered from tbe ear fftaos ef' lae i rear;
nutlinca -if the tales of Don Quix te and 4JI11 lllas; of the
bbles of Flavhin and Lafontaine; of the epic poena of Jeru
salem Delivered, Teirniachus' tlrlaud Fuiloao, and others; -f
the Life and Sayings of Airs. Partington, and the Widow Ho!
itt; of tbe llunnuy I'spera and the tiieen kloautain trirta; eo
the Life of rhuu llou.ton, Gerard the i.ion-killer, Cumminga,
the eleihant destroyer, and liviug.uo the giimile-chaaer; ol
ISteveu'e Travels In rJgypt and Palestine, I'aul and V lnitiia,
Alexander llumaa, the aa-las Fauiiiy Itobiuson, klr, Oliddoa
aud Sain l'atcu ; with fpicy citationa of proeo ai.d jioetry, from
the master-spirits of the day Longfuliow, Bryant, Bayard
Taylor, lr. Kane, Commodore Terry, etc. It furutxbra, also,
fund of Information for tlie eerioua tne Natural llintory
of the Bible, which ia a eubject of exhaustions Interest; elrik
ing facta in Astronomy, Chemi.trr, and Natural iilatory; re
markable Bmgrapbiee, Interesting Travela, and Wonderful
I) bico varies in Art and Science.
FkTaa Faki.XT, the editor of this book, has a world-wide
reputation, ss aa author his writings having became familiar
aa household words wherever the ngii.h language is spoken.
THIS IS HIS LAST WOKK. and we predict for it a popular
ity euusl, if not superior, Is that acquired by any of bis for
tS" l lll. work will be sefd sirf asfref y kg eaaemsfiea, Ik I
the Tow price of ,( 60. Agents wanted lu 'all parts of thfi
country to obtain subscribers for it.
Hpedmen copies will be cent by aisll, prepaid, la any ad
dress on receipt of tbe price. For full iwrticulars adnrvss
-I'titBi' k JACKSON, Pnbliahera, '
31437 US Navaan St , New York.
YTE wish to call the attention of the
' Public to the (act, that we are now receiving direct
from Now Vork, a full and eompleta supply of Fall and Win
ter Goods, peculiarly adaptW to the wants of this ootnoeunity,
which, ws pledge ourselves, to aell at prions aa low as can be
Found In this county.
In the Ory Goods Una. our stock eoinpri.-ee a tall assort.
ment of Braaa Goods, BhawU, Black and Fancy Silks, De
Lalnes, Cashmeres, Hereooa, Prints, Browa aud Bleached cot
tons, Woolen and cotton Flannels, Heavy Woolens, Dress
trimmings, Gloves and Hosiery, together hk a thousand otb
r thiugs, too numerous ts neutivo.
In Grooei ies, we are roily stocked with everything la that
line, and at low prices.
lo the lloe or Boole and Shoes, we sre at borne. Raring
devoted particular atuutioa to thi. branch of trad br a aer
ies of years, ws are veondeat that we oaa suit any austoeaer,
either as to quality arp-kes, having every tiling ke tbal Hue,
from a child's oack, to a French calf boot, of superior ooellty
The Hardware Breath of aor amine.., has bssa constantly
Increasing, and we bare enlarged oar purchases la aseet Its
demands, uitU we have a Cull stack of ail kinds of Heavy aad
Shelf Hardware, Mill aad Crass ant saws, of ail kkuls, Jul.
are tools and builders materials sll of the beet quality. '
A full stack ef Irea aud Steel, Irea axles, Ellptla Springe,
CarrUgw BoUa. Pla Bolls, Natl BsuV.Para Horao 8boa Bar
Round sod Square Iraa ef ell aisea. Tbe very beat quality af
Eastern Nails, from 14 up to DO eta, alwayi oa hand.
Window glass, pnt, paints ef all kiuda, Liueeoxl oil, both
Raw and boiled, Varnish, Tuiyeuttua, Lamp and lard oil,
whiu kwd aud sloe Pste.
la Craekeiy we keep a good supply af the best qaelK af
Inn, stone, white, Ugbt bkuo aad aommoa ware.
Ibal and Caps af avers styte and pries, br saea'a and boy's
A smell asaorUneat of IVUuk ttooks. Stationary, and School
riect, simoet any artsela detnaadvd by toe stele ef I-
ties of the aowtmuaity, can be bought af m oa as Uvorabie
terms, as at aay place ear ar near. ,
Thankful kr the rare liberal eeUanege kcatowad apoa ss
by s gt-aoreua pubtie, we weuid aa; ti-a aotwithstaoeaog the
bant Ikuea, we were sever WUer pseverwo, aor la better ana
ditkw t aaraesb good bargains a our evutexam for eaab pr
auM gburt approved eredH, tuas at the present ti.oa.
Do as the favor te call aad look at goads aad prices, aad if
yaa aa not ault youmelvte, you will have aaada aa loss, aa we
, M charge tor ahowtug gooOs.
Itrtembar S3d, lrS. .
HOOT ft MORIUf OX.
rpAXES. Noticp f.P lKM.-Xot.i,-o
X el.arired on the l., H rt. of t.,r. r- tl Cmily ef
laaiiSillotra, for lie rari.m. purp-e to wtt !
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' To'al of Ablegate In the County for the Year 1SS8. .
Borough Tav in A.litalmla Vlll.ige, 3; In Joll.rtna Vlllajr , J.&( In Morgaa Village, i.
Town Hall Taa, In Donet, f.
Cemetery Taa, In Genera, .63.
1T N. B, The alaive Rates are glren In JIl'ls aud thrlr DtThn-il..
t'nontr Tav . . . .
Inflrmarv Tax. . ,
Hi Hire lai ,
Teacli. r'. Tnx
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l oad Tav. . v
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The law nf tal winter, prnvbllng for tm eemt-aoniial er.llrotlf.o of Tavf reqntifmr the Trrnmirrr's Offine fo be kepi
open from the Hnie of the delivery of the I 'nptlc i'e to the Treaeurer, until tlie final irlinqnrnt l.f.t ie made up, lu Anguat,
1 shall not Ihrn-fore vi.it any of the Tierutilei of tlie ronntv. tor the pnrveee i'f reerlvine titxee. ,
Cnder the law alaive referred to. Ii I. maile optional with the tev-oier, whether I will pov one half of hi. eve on o
before the ith day of llnenilioT. IHiiS, and tbe other hulf on or lief.ue tlie 24Mh rtnv ot ine, 1!i.W, Toe failure to pay the
one half .ulijert. tlie tax parer his pena'tr of SO per cent., and mr cent, imereat on the inalillnirnt not paid.
Fjtrh tnx-pnjer ahould bring nreend at the time of eel t ling IiIh Ax, on or hefore the 24itli d-,v of Ileremie'r, tlie errttf rale
of Me rood iiirr leor, howi-g dl.tinetly In Oolluni and cents, Ilia amount of eoa4 tux paid; and in ever)- aaee where this is
ouittte.1, the money will lie reit:ln-d.
Hill, nn the.pecie-pnvlng Hank, of the tate of Ohio, will he eereivrd In pevment of tare, but I wonrd take It aa an ee
nerirvl favor If tlHae who have on liand. or ran conveniently get a little gold and Her, WuuUi nt leant .Mvi.le. A eruub from
each will enable me tn comply with the spirit of the law. Jf, f FKKNtMl,
jKrFKaeov. Keiit. ?d. (Hfia. ' tg3e) i'vuoty Ttrasurer.
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LAWTOX, OR (XEW-R0C1IELLE) . ' ?
"I)HICES REDUCED ! The suliKcrilx-rs announce to their friends end customers.
In goodn'ilm W" tM SU Amt tb culu t"'0" t (New-Roche'.le) Blackberry Phuits, under eultlraUou, and
' X. B. All Plants ordc:e 1 of us will he Taken np and Tackod with the Greatest Care, and under our personal tupervhOoa, .
Of the many thnuund art out by na lart year, we have heard very f. w Inntanrea of til ore, notwlthatanillng Ciat (hey
have been forwarded to kvkkt ranr or th oh-xtkt. and the eel tins out ban been eo trusted to unskiillul hands.
Pii.iud Direction, tut settlug aud cultivating are acut with package, -
CEtHUiB 8BVX0CB At CO. Svata KorwaBt, Cam.
X. n. JAMK REKf) Is our authorlnil Xenifor the sale or Mieae from whom the
plants, ran he nhtained of aama
quality mid at same prices as of ourselves, without extra cost for transiautatloa. GrioKtil tt VMOL'U At CO.
ty Full particulars of orlces will be given In onr next heiuw. '
II. FASSETT, Agent
Sale, Turcliasc, oud Rent of Real Estate,
IXJt'RU C t,
Negotiutiou of Louis, Collection of Debts, ie.
PROPERTY Sold for Cotnmission only,
A. and ao sale no charge. A Sale, direct ar Indiiect, aoa
Rtitutes a Connnbrelon.
24 Acres of land under good state of eiittlva'.lon, with g od
buildings, fruit, and living water, lea. than a mile north of
Court llooeo in JeHereore e most de.irsble rreidence ftrr sale
at tha very low juice of I2.'I, with very eney lerm.ofrw.T
uicnt. Enquire of Joseph CbanVr, on preu.isea, er of H. Fss
II.DUK FAHII A eholee farm na South Ttidea, near Har
vey K. tiaylord a, owned by kl. W. Whoie, eonUiiiing AS
acres, Willi good buidtnev, fruit, living water, plenty of tim
ber, aud everything desirable fur a hnmretmd, eau be had at a
bargain. Call oo tlie owner oa preuiises, ar oa U. FAnttkTT,
Ashtabula, for particouum.
So ACKK FARM, In .leffereon town.lilp V. W. from village,
SS accrs Improved, arid balance rood wood land and timber t
there la a good frame daelaug anu barn, plenty ot fniit ol va
rinua kind., ti ing w.vter, Ar on premiees. A desirable email
farm, pHreflSOO. KiejUire of A. AUtlU.V, an preaiisee, or af
13S acre, of land, 150 rod. Kant of tlie Cenrr of HarTwreAeld.
30 acres of which are well timbered, balance under good Im
provevneuta. with good bulldinpcanri fruit, laving Kprtngh ot
water in different lole. Most af fares gravelly loan. m.II, and
part iraadHlter bottom iaada. Tenia, Ac aoaxiunodattig.
The farm of Andrew IVilley, nf gUrtS, acres, near Asuiakwla,
with good loiroveuient., buildings auihihle r two fanns, wiik
plenty fruit, tlnilier, living wator, and at $d Per acre. Part of
pav down and balance an imig tho.
That well known grass and grata Farm aontalnlng of 220
acres, (only 3 miles fnun Anhtibula oa lliuk R..1,J owned liy
... jiuiiwiil r.rwi. ui.i. oniniinire- waier sou rruu. rum
acres timber, balancaninloreullliatioo. Price SOW. Ewjuhe
of owner nr at above othee.
60 aeree, S mil as eoiith, an stank Rradi ; ibe Farm WJemerty
owned by rWionraa Smith email house Ind bam, frurt and good
uuiuer. lata as aaa at a ar rgaia.
Twa lare and valuable Isrios owned by E. Harmon, Eeq.
One of 2o7 acres, near centre of Hlielhvld, under b If h state uf
B4,itivatloa, exerpt 40 soies timber, lauge dwelling aud k bania,
abeeea bouaa, fruit, Ac. Aa axoelloat dairy axruK Fries e-H
per aava. tlae of 1J1 aeraa. Jfi aiila soutli af Mo.iroa on Plank;
one hunared aeree improved; good buililiuga. Tsnua of pax
meat on either ef eiavve. eocouuondaUng.
01 K k $25 Sewing Machines Piiti)t'd
fPX J MAY 6th, 1S&S.
J-ne sueawiuev iiavina pwreiiaara cne ngnt to tute town. MB
la the sbuve ktschino, takes litis method to let thnee wbliiug
lapuisiieM know, where they can get the U-.t aumly klaaiih s
sow tn new, and would my 4iml be will deliver, pot up, aud i
warrant steer alactilur he eelle k. be perb-et tn ad ita amis. :
sod as tlieie has recently Le u one or two bnnrevemeiiai ua'le
ia this Machine, we believe it now suuiu. aMueat a in si. aud
Just what every fwiury needa.
It was awarded the Fir.t Premium at the If. T. Sfnte Fair, '
held at BuKalo, Oct. th. IhAT. lor ita baSulicRV. Irarahililv.
Caiacity, awl Pmeticai itillty.
r-ineia, auu vt uce:ar a naeenr argw prioca aacuiueg t
The alavve ktach'ue aaa be seen aad tested at the residence
af tha eukfcuiher, w beiw he wUI he happy to wsit ea ally wlia
may savor nan wrth a call. Caere riveoirs se(4 oa nana a
tha aejounwiAdnlwia of thoee who mny need. Reeldenoe oa
street, near she k,.vu tl C'barah. P. E. UAi,U
AsarUbula, Aug. Sitb, laea.
COFa-'EE, CotTcv. Itio, Maricsibo. Java
J aoMeclta, daleejat F.IWAH1 H. BOUKUI'S.
CClI()0l7 for h.h.u.l bik7f
Ss any khidoaiiak i. E. ( It AI'M.iN'S .
. . . - . Bootlf VsNS4rSto'e, I
KEW STORH .
THE Subscribers au-
nounee tn tlirlr rrumta in
Ashtabula and vicinity, that taer hav associated themselves
In East AnlitaUula, , ,
and would respectfully oU tU attealloa af those wishing ta
rurchaoO Goods for Cosh or Ready l'ey,-
to aur etock of
Drv Goods and Groceries.- . ,
bought of Importers a Maaafaeturars far Cash, ae Ma equivalent
' "'J i. .nr renieare fuu per year, a no Uie earn
anmonl of room ea Main street on tlie West side, cents over
fcuju, and anr other expensea are In tlie eaiue ratio isee. lie
areouat of these tnta, we are anabied ta aava to our euetomera
it Ittusl IU per ceut. on their purchaHes.
MANN k SKYMOIH.
W. W. Ma.ew. Buixxtt Mxtmos.
F.sst AahUhula, Aprft 1, 1V.S. 4.TS
shall receive direct from Nevr York, it
. a few days, a freak and well selected assortment of
Fruits aud Groceries, hutti as
- , Oranges,
f Prea' ed I 'tuoik Tees. . v.
Rahiina, Teas, Portnvtco
A hew Orieane Bjvwn Sugars,
Also, Crur.he.1, Pow.h-n-d, si.d
fliamilated lhQned Sngars, Fevpee, ' '
Spice, 1 irruaiiiou, elovoe, miiaajaon buda,
Kutini r and klaoa, Indigo rUrch, Kaleratuav
Ulnger, Tobaooo. Soap and Candles. Yes, '
will alao bud at my store Flour, FkuV
, Fork, Hams, dried apples, Peaches 4
Mlaek berrtoo. Alao paliite a eue.
wu.ug uvu.hi, nmriiat -aud
ahoaela, hues and ,
and In short everything n.nally tniial la a Arearr, Feed sad
Provision Store, All of which will ba suid at a -v.v.n.iie
advmiee from coei. si. C Xoai ot.
Aeiitabula, Ohio, June, 1SSS. 44
R- J. A.-. SaVLISRURY, of tho
Eclectic) and German
, , I'ractlco ef Dtedlciue,
ITavino pennutieutly located in Cilia j)Ia.. r,
errs hie nmh-ional servioee to tis lull.' jiU.iia ArltMl eii,
ana surroiiuuiog lowaauipa, ear lusLuie l alt ( uaoa.tj
Aui TS dMaia of every grade, typ-,, and eumautei. Its J.i..4
the Human ayi.tem is liicliieut.
Twenty yvara eaianuiuee, would aanlle bias te-ane, tti.T l.s
SrriH eunUOeut that t'oLIM, l a m, I ov.t nrlioa, Iib..
cuiTKS. k.tLaluiai.' Tonsils, aod .iohs Tnkoar., ui-u trtN.u
in ilia New W ay, will ke sale, sarreatiie, noil remuut, aud
curw wheu anv means ater atk.pteU ny uiortnl man, eau cure.
ilaeet,of the faevr, AremorA, Aiaj.rys, ritoi and s.i
aa( Jr rase, TreaUd witn ttioae Snte, hnuil, and 1'iM.iih.re
cu.ioeutiated, ana heaeni4 sgenrie. of the kvivo'.ie fcuW-i,
Vrhii'b ar. purvljr sml eneiiiteiy lalSTaHl.K.
Ittieiii'Milhui, Ihruutx. hervous, ar Acute treatid t,
that iteter buhog avnt, (Ura ptuiioiW alivl.) k
TKIt'lTV. UIMMiaeS Of IU MOSI I, f.lue. hh.
sveteoia, suoovMlully tieated. At' duolo.a A
a..-l t.. 1 . H i,,i..r
mud reter i-nrea. tfunera.Hl taMk
'ema:e W ek ueesea, wtii.tea !MSeu er AiyUl,(e CT r,.(
ar uM.vrwrae, will ke eunei oi eeitotil ia a 4!.. ,,1, 1,
w31;"m "J'"'' "'e.nallll, Lk. Uoctor a' h.. r.-j I, 11.,
Fish, HikLina, oral, hw oihtw, of whu-i. due imti.e il tl
l'u oierued. 'I l.iaie at a diataaoo can ..UwuA am, , .
aeuUlng in thru with Uielr luU wow a.. a a ... ..'..1
on tlie lial,
r"-""'".'.' ,-11 to tll.aa.as sfthe Efg 4,,
Aim bs ttig x,av,l'hi '
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