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I1Y JAMIM KF.KI).
Ashtabula, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1858.
S. M. Pettengill & Co.'s
ADVERTIHINO AflBNCV, IU Nsn street. New York,n4
10 mat street, Bnton, are the Agenta for the TfLKOHArH,
and II nvMit Inflnetittd anil largest circulating Ne"rl
In tbe United Male and tlie Canada. Tbry ere uthorixed
(o eitret for as at our LOweST ratk.
T Drlikqurktl W have been, for ome
tlmo, gradually arriving at the opinion, that It
it about time to have a settlement with our de
linquent subscribers. The thing seems to be
becoming more and mere Inevitable. The con
dition of our exchequer inipcritivcty demands it;
on the ctound of riuht it is demanded j on the
core or self respect and morulily it is absolute
ly Indispensable. ' We have been sending the,
TthgrajX 1o not aft w, some in the county
but more out, with whom we have no acqunint
nce, in the exercise of that confidence in the
latent houesty of human nature, which wo all
like to believe will sooner or lutcr, assert its
way 0tr its cupidity and selQhncx9, trusting
that oar claims would Oh recognized and honest
ly met, but we have been disappointed. To
'some ot these ' we have written and enclosed
'bills, 'bit they tave studiously avoided any re
sponse. U' (ow uuke a last 8ppeul to those
bavc mt wholly gone over to reprobutioo,
to settle with us before the close of the year.
At that time we shall loi,ofl"u!l subscribers out
of the county, who are in uny way doubtful, and
thence forward send uo. puper without advance
payment ' ' - '
. W itb our county and village subscribers, it is
onr earnest desire to have a settlement to the
close of the year. . Thocs who huvo "greed to
bring us wood, will oblige us by redeeming their
pledges without delay. 80 with other articles
which are by special agreement to be taken in
lien of money. We want only sound, body
wood, for which, market cash price only will be
allowed. A few bushels of buchwheat and po
tatoes, (any thing but yllow,) will be tukcu on
ascriptions. We want to make clean work in
the way of settlements, closing up all subscrip
tions to the eud of the year, that we mny start
square with the world ou the first of January,
1859., " . . '
Pbejituiis' gob 1859. The low price to which
the "U'Wer tj- Wilton Sewing Mathiat has been
reduced, the eagerness with which manysome
of whom have' become dissatisfied with the single
thread cheap machines -liavo' sought to ob
tain them, has induced us to muko an offer ol
one of the new $50 machines, to any person who
trill bring us by the first of January, 100 new
subscribers to the Telegraph, for the year 1839
The cash to accrmpuny the names. Or in case
of failure?, we will receive half the number, in
half payment lor a machine, the balunce to be
made up in cash.
Any person sending us six new subscribers,
for one year,- with the cash, before the first of
January, shall receive the seventh copy gratis
or payment at the some rute in cosh, for any
number of new subscribers.
If any body is laboring under any doubt as
to which is our wood pile, and which is theirs,
they may be relieved from that state of uncer
tainty on application to our Familiar. As fast
as we enlighten one on this subject, the discove-.
ry is made that somebody else is in the dark.
For the benefit of these benighted souls, and
to make a single Job of it, we wish distinctly to
state, that all lbs wood lying around loose on
the two lots in the rear of oar prem'nes, and
looking for all the world as if it ueedod un own
er, belongs to this individual, having paid full
price for it in Telegraph subscriptions, and for
awing and splitting, in casn. If therd is any
thing left of it, after this everlasting spell of
weather is broken, we expect to have it put into
a comely pile, so as to avoid all deception in
JEthi Inhbakcb Co. We should have al
luded last week to this Co., the agent of which
has placed his advertisement before our readers.
The character of the Etnti dou'l require much
Commendation, We have known it for ysars
as one of the most exteusive, best conducted.
And most teliable companies in the country.
Always prompt and liberal, and adjusting its
losses without trick, litigation, or delay. Au
acquaintance with it will establish all that we
here say of it O. It. Fitch, is a?ent
Jail Break'no. Mallobt, the chap who en
tered a bouse at Conneaut, a stole sundry artic
les of clothing, and jewelry, and was awaiting
sentence therefor, took French leave ou 1 uesduy
evening last about supper time. The prcsump
tion is, that he had outside assistance.
The trial of Colk, at Jefferson, is put down
for Tuesday of next week
Potato Rot. Our farmers Conipluin that
the progress of decay among potatoes threatens
seriously to I'iiniuish the stock on hand. 1 he
evil continues in the face of alt attempts to ur
Proceedings or Court. The following cas
es came before the Court during the post week
J. IF. Taulor. vt. Jotevh Williams. This
wsu a suit for sluuder; the parties, we believe,
belong to Jefferson. Defendant got Lis cade
Orilla Haltk, vt David Hatch, and Betsey
Meat ham, vt Edward Meacham. Petitions
for Divorce. ' Doth granted.
- Lorenzo Mallory, grand larceny and burg
lary pload guilty; sentence suspended.
George M. Read, George Curtiet, Charlei
Curtist, Charlei Parker, d John W. Kinnear.
Riot; trial postpoued till uext term. Buil
200 dollars each.
Orrin Baker; Stabbing with intent to kill
put over till next term. .
JVorman Sprague and Alanson McDanitU;
petit larceny, teali. g honey. Norman Bprugue
was convicted of the same offence last term
Sprague 25, and McOauiels 12 days imprison
mant. Chauneey D. Brown; Forgery contiuued
till next term.
Alonxo O. Rockwell, assault and battery
continued till next term.
State of Ohio, vi. Barzila Giddingi, indict
d for perjury the jury after three hour's de
liberation, returned a verdict of guilty.
Ohio, viJYorri L. Purree, petit larceny
iilanton Hall, perjury has not as yet been
i a j i if. ,
Hunger ford and file Lartney, two young men
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wao previous. oru.o ju, mm wcro reiaaen,
were tried on a cbare of Larceny ami aeauitted.
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A jury wu oiiipainiRiivu oil it cuiieauay,
th case of Mary Jane Phillips against Mr. 8tt
Yjiis both of Genera and the trial in now
Girt Pla rt6AW.--Tho common ver.llct of
tlie people, in, t Heli.ve, that onr plunk road,
e)ei;ia!ly that paM of it tying within the Corpo
roiion, la all unmitigated nniannce, from which
there can be no relief until Ilia company are in-,
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dieted. Jtemsrsaoie as lilt) niaicnicuv may seem,
is one Hint is often heard, llinl there is no piece
of road, of etimd extent, within ten miles or the
Vil nee to intolerable as mm running lurousn ;
S. N. Richards, of Geneva, is an authorized
ent for receiving tubscriplio.is, and transact-
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gent for receiving Subscription, and transact-
lllff buiiliPtii for thn Ttlnrrnrtk Mr It Is al-
'b ousiiicm lor 1110 A eirgrapitt wr.it., is ai
so receiving subscriptions for the American
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JJgrlcvlturift, and the V. Y. Independent.'
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There is no belter Aericolturul jourr ol thnn
tlm Actrirnltiipiat. ami t,a Tiwlniwiiilimt U I nd is-1
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penlble in every Well-regulated household, lie
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IS nlSO agent for Several Of tll best magnr.ineS.
ITl nlun ili.nla in Ttrka ami Klnt'mnnrv mill tlm
lie also deals in Jiooks and btalionnry, aim me
ladirS mny get of bins their supplies Of that
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really valuable and economical article so the
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jLiUi.u, 9 nun uinmiia If 1 An M-fJ ir.n a wit
bratcd Chemical Hlueing. As Mr. RtcnARns
is trying, in these hard times, to turn au honest
penny, and Is withall a very worthy man, we
bespeak for him the favor of those among
whom he may chance to itinerate, especially
when that favor shall be directed towarJs the
Business Ciiaxc.. We ate requcsteJ to
muke the annouHceinent this week, priotuto
a regular ndvertisemcnt next, that the drug
business of S. V. Johnson, lins by purchase,
passed into the hands of A. II. Stock well,
who will forthwith replenish the stock, and
add a new branch of trade to the establish
ment, that of paper, in all its various dis
uriptions, and such articles of stationery ns
comes within this line. His stock of pa
pers will be exteusive, and sold at prices
below what it has ever been in this plucc.
The establishment will be put on a footing
to fairly compete with the most favored
concerns, and entitle it to a share of public
patronage. Those who have had to do
with Mr. S., need not be told that there is
a no more honest and agreeable man to
Famhsrs' CU'D Corrections. At a meet
ing of the Farmers' Club, the following pre
miums were voted !
Mr. Heath diploma, for field tobacco;
Pktkr Kuu.kr, one dollar lor broke slcer:
1. ii. SiiaTLor, diploma, for pencil drawing ;
P. E. UalL, diploma, for reflle;
Mrs Josiah Allkn, 50c, for dried peaches;
Mrs. Jo.natuan Stanton, 50c, for cotton hose;
THOS. A. SMITH, Sec'y.
Ashtabula, Nov. 12th, 1858.
We acknowledge the receipt from J. II.
Kur-PART, Corresponding Secietary of Ohio
Stulo Board of Agriculture, the Report of the
Board for 1857.
CosMorouTio.s Art Jocrnal. Tbe Dcccm
tcr quaiterly No. of tbia very interesting and
attractive work has been received. Tbis Xo.
is highly embellished with some very exquisite
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engravinps. il 18 wen wormy oi uoikb.
a year. II. Farskkt, agent.
We lefer onr readei-a to Advertisement of
Novelty Sewing Machine Compnny.
Dr. Wadswortu will be hero on the 17th.
See his appointments.
Hon. J. U. GinniNos lectured before the stu
dents of Hillsdale College, Mich., on the 3d
inst His subject wu3, "The Trial of John
Bt RSF.D to Death. The only con of A.
M. Stiles, was burned so severely about
eitfht o'clock on Thursday lust, thnt lie died
in less than twenty-four hours after receir-
injr the injury. The bov woh only five yenrs
of age, and was left at home with his two
sisters, one seven years old and one yonng'T
than himself, the little boy lay down upon
a table in the room on which stood a can
dle, nnd went to sleep, lie was restless, and
irettuij; bis liht clottiiug into the caudle, it
was soon iw a blaze, and awakening him,
he fell from the table to the floor in his
fright. His arms, shoulders, und bock
down to his thighs, were bin ned to a crisp,
though his face, legs and stomach were not
reached tv the fire Ravenna Democrat. .
Jf The red petticoat is to be the style this
winter. The fashion, however, is not red with
tiluck strip n, which have become so common,
but fine drab with varieguted stripes, or rich
black with crimson stripes, .the upper part being
black. A nice little' contrivance for looping
the (lrCS8 over the Bulinorul is imported, and
called "my lady's puge." It is composed
elastic silk cord, with a jet hook, and udmirably
serves its purpose, relieving the wearer from all
the neceessities of adjusting tier skirts, or se
curing them from contact with the dirt and de
bris of the NtreeU
A Wf.ddixo Pahty bct no Wedding.
The Imlinnaptilis Juurnal relates how
heartless desertion of an expectant bride
look place in Miat city ou Thursday even
ing. The supper was prepared, the guests
came, tho lady a widow was waiting in
her bridal attire, but the expected bride
groom came not. It was afterward ascer
tained that ho went that very afternoon
Hartford, Ini., tj marry another lady.
Recantation of Spiritualism. Tho N.
Y. Tribune says :
Dr. Randolph, a celebrated Spiritualist,
has openly recanted. In a lecture at Uti-
ca, on Sunday last, he stated it as his can
did opinion, founded upon an experience
nine years as a medium, that Spiritualism
was one-third imposture, one-third insanity
one-third diabolism. Mr. Randolph, de
clares thnt insanity is the usual late
trance mediums. He bus received and ac
cepted a call to the Christian ministry.
When a house is infested by rats which re
fuse to nibble at toasted cheese and the usual
bates, a few drops of h ghly scented oil of rho
dium poured on the bottom of a cage-trap, will
almost iiivariublu attract it full of the "mischiev
ous rodents" before morning. We have knowu
litis to be tried with most extraordinary success.
When a trap baited with all manner of edibles
hud failed to attract a single rat tbe oil of rho
dium caused it to be completely crowded night
ufier night, until the house was cleured of the
noisome visitors. t
JQTDr. Tcbbs will bo at the Ashtabula
House, Thursday, .Nov. 18th, to cure every
body that is sick. Cull and see him.
Nkw York Markkt Xov. 11.
Flou Tlie market la better, wiUi more doing both for
F.uujrn and oeai trade. Sale of ld,llou hbls, at $4 tAitS
for uusouud; $1 UAoU 40 for inferior to good superfine state;
$1 0oc m fr common to good extra state; (1 uoru). in
western; t eov(4 so for common to medium evtra
we-tn.; ti mmSo for .bim i brands of extra round hoop.
tea, Ohio. I'he market e!,i Hrm
OKa,a iMti , . Mrrn.
ELI ?.?"! "'vpUop, Males !,wo busui-iooc
iuwi uew Miiweuaee nli.l. i.i..i, .. . 1 .. .....
f..r ......1 :r .7 .- -
, J ,r for red wlub
Ian forced wluter western;
of Srt.tmo bu.h ,.iied we.teru .t 7a,.a77 Tfor 00,
I Wo weU0t.d.nea1.111e, lor (au-Jim.
j IJe fof SM. Cfcees mmif anr sUinf at TijnV
TTolloWny'd Olntmpnt find rills. Extraordi
nary Cure nf I'.rvrliielsii. Mr. FmiM Itnweernft, ajred 4i, of
8t. I'sul, Mirltiota i enltnrv, snrhred severely frwiii Jiiiwll
ral ettS'-k 01 ervMpels In tlie fr--, tn whlr-h she appealed to
have si -ritltiitloiiAl prw -di.pnfltli.n. la July lst mi had a
return nl ermiotstnl, with unuttially vlolrmt aird d.iriger'Aia
ptairi, enri iinner urn am-tr r n filerm f err, INew inra.
nWinM et of iiiuin-' ointment, umi puiir4n -ii-
lug to Mi iHrcllonp. r rf.iilr tnMW
,m rt,,n.l nffmw owl hr femllr. The Infl.mnwlorjr
-.ii.i,u h nd iimeuiicar PMrf .kin.cn tin
pr'' -" J; " dwfom.of ai.iti.h Krt. a o-
oihI oo. oompleltl th ciim, lenviiig rntlier wjir or WmlIi on
(. 1 ii 1 r iikacioui, in i.iUuii,g intrm-i
' Lite Fills and 1 hoenix Hitters. Disne in
tin Incipient tint laauilr manaxrd allbout tlif aid of ttir
aitr. h ociinven 11m man w which ana nola down ine
tr lnnl,-tlon ol an; chnKt In hi. .r-tem. )..lioll then
-" l" H Motat im'dMnrs and harfla timaanij at iti
. b,fl,,icIJU mnM braiiackM. lor.iihi
1 1 ton n,
a - r - niiaanc'in - a nf ih udns and Unrt, U Mr. 11 isand
Hitt4rn am unrlvnllpd and uimt rSICiicloun. Snld y tlie PiO-
r rllor, W. I). Mi IFF AT, a bit offleo, No. SM Broadwajr, flew
Vork, and LU Ageuta.
In this mnmiiion-worslilpiiig ntrP.lt is rare td
And a man placa hl nftilwwi In the pul lle, Itpfore Mn Inter-
ml. During a hit vl.ll to tlnlltrof i-,lfll. we aerepre-
eented by a protplonal friend, to ill celcbrati-d Chemliit. Dr;
j c. Atkh. wlmae nainv K n. pprlmp., m., Ol.nl.lar than
nv olher, al lh liod-ld'j ur eli HueM. In tlii. ronnlr-. Know-
n(f w nnprwri,n.d pn,,i.riiy f 1,1, re,iirtnea; and ti.
Immame aolenf them, we h.d expected to hn.l Mm anillllon-
aire, and mllln In eHh. Hut lid, e found In In liii
uhoratoi7,iu,.r win, bin ibnim, anK.rr hi miribioe, aiem-
bin., and ivlorta erlvlna: hi" het pprwtniil enre tn the com-
: pound, on the virtue of whli'h, moiiMndn hanjr for health.
1 H'e lenrned, tint n,itwilhfitaniiitiu hie vent bn.iiie, and lta
prompt return In eah, the Doctor I not rich. The T:eon
a.lned I, thnt the material i rotly, and he terIM in mak
Infr hie prepnratloo o eienMvely, tbal the nett proflit ti
mall. fmeriraa ar-ier, i'Aii,
Dr. Robnck's Smndinavian Remedies. In
directing the attention of our Trader to Dr. Koliark'a adrer
lUement, we have no limitation tn Fiivlnr that all he claim
for bis medicine U confirmed hy eertillmte from all pnita of
the Wert. 1 he lanauace of thee certificate I o earnent and
arntefiil, and the curtra reu'r tn Much a vniiety O. dic.io, that
It would l lolly to miction the restorative iirniieitte of the
Dtf paration. It amiear thnt while tpitAfmlnsr Htnotia bl na
tive mountain, in s eden, during a vl.lt tn that country eonie
ear aK, ne collected a large quantity nr rare medicinal
lerb. unknown in ttii country, ami by combining the llmiids
and rolid extract of thone noc-.lrig owprful dvtergent pro
perlle. be succeeded In pr-MlncIng hi celebrated lllnod I'tiri
lier and lllood I'lll. which are aid to exerrl.e a mora benefl.
cial elfect upon the fluid of the humn body Uian any other
curtmve tn xiHlence, llr. lobck theory I, that all dlx
e.vm? originate in the blood, and it would reem that the mpid
recovery of hi patient, undera course of thee dltuler1anta,
allord etrong pn-amnptive evidenc, thnt hi pathology I cor
rect. Certain it I that Ihe celebrity of his medirinei' ilicrean-
p daily, and Ujat he hne autliinlic proofs ul their succcas Id
uu poai-aiisinn. ee uverliMeuient.
CARD TO THE LADIES I
Tho f luchi.sh" or IVtcic Pills, for Female?,
art iurillinble in rcmovitig plwlructiiiua and Irrf fjulailticn of
the iniMiw: tlity tftve ttrviit;tti tv tlie nervett and a tuhuuui
plu.tiuitv and vitrnr U tlie Hvtrnu arid lininrt utrenaih, clear-
nt-MR and billlUncy to the eye, iiwentmig Its rower of ftuci na
tion to a renmrkablu degre. JMitcned wjlely an a reiiMnly for
Irrt'eularittva, JL.. and to trite t.mean brauty to the eye. for
which they have no equul. yt thty nhould not be uned 4lr
I ii it nn-irnaiifiv. tor rvanonn or whirti nee airecttona that ac-
ctm()'y ncu box aou packatfe. Jror aU complaint
anting irom derangfo mvufftruaitun iney are uneiiualed and
Inr.iUiAblc. The wpprUm u toinmon la upetdi.y ivltored,
11 .m-ffiilaillfen ai-e ctirrvcted, and by the use of the Panel
1'it.i.a there will be no rrcurrencoH of tbne complainta. Their
wh'ct iiriin the eve i not tianoientnor in the Wnn injtirioue
out b('THru'litl and hwlinff. Tlie hi gh fitvor in which tU'j are,
held by the mnnv hundred lad if who hare lined tliem, la nurti
ciiMit mrantee that they contain properliefi and produce ef
fi'Cts U on diiM-are incident to the female constitution whicfl
hare never before been obtained. Full directions in each box
and wrknjre. The olirnatiire of EMILE MOrTOX, Proprietor
inont Im-oii all (rt'nuine, which are Imported, only hy MAMSOLX
k LA('K1K. Sold bv all Itrntririxtain the United HUtea and
Canadaa. Prh-e $t,i-5 pr Nix; half bosoa 75 centa. Mail
pachfiaci (havinir the apiaince nf an ordinary letter) price
one dollar, nold only by our general agents. V. B. ALIEN k
Cleveland, Ohio, to whom oi'dt'r fdiouM he addresnned.
Soldbv GEO. WII.l.Altn. and
Ashtbcmla, 0; 439 BEN HAM h JOHNSON.
On the 4th tnt. by Kot. J. M. Oiliett, nf Afthtabila, PI.YM
TON K. WHXAItO, and COUNELIA M PAKMLi-EE. both
In Freeport, III., Snv. 4th, bt R. Pankey, Enq.. ANXIE.
ila-ihter of Mr. Oar id Colby, of Cherry Valley, to KDWAKD
I. COLBY, of the former place.
At Hie rMidence of hr father, at Alitabula Harbor, Nor.
7th, of C'onaumpton. CELLNA, daughter of l.ydia ami W JJ
Large, aged Xi yeara.
In Sajrbrook, Nor. , Mn. LYDIA, aged 8t yoara, widow of
thu late 3olnnnn Brown. '
j bird time, we were never better prepared, nor In better eon
Up I dition to furnish good bargains to our customers for cash pro-
"1VTE wish to call the attention of tbe
' Public to the fact, that we are now teaming direct
from New York, a full and complete auppljr nf Fall and Win.
ter flood, peculiarly adapted to tlie want of Uila community,
which we pledge ourselree, to aell at price, aa low aa can be
found In thin county. -i
In the Dry Good line, our stock comprises a full aaaort.
mcut of Dreas Goods, Shawl,, Qiuck and Fancy Silk, Do
Laines, Cahmere, Marenoa, Prints, Brown and Bleached cot
ton, Woolen and cotton Flannels, Heavy Woolens, Dress
trimmlnga, Gloves and Hosiery, togcUierwllh a thouaand oth
er things, too numerous to mention.
In Groceries we are fully stocked with everything In that
line, and at low prices.
In the line of Boots and Shoes, we are at home. Having
devoted particular attention to this branch of trade for a aer
ie of years, we are eoufideat that we can suit any customer,
either a to quality or atlce, hvlng erery thing in that line,
from a child's Click, to a Fruch calf boot, of superior quality
The Ilurdnare Branch of onr business, has been constantly
Increasing, and wc have enlarged our purchases to meet its
demands, uulll we have a full stock of all kinde of Heavy and
Shelf llaidware, still and Cross cut saws, of all kinds. Join
ers tools and builders lnateitals all of the best cjtiaiily.
A full stock of Iron and Steel, Iron axles, Eliptlc Springs,
Carriage Bolts, Pin Bolts, Nail l'.ods, Peru Horse Shoe Bar.
ItouuO and Square Iron of all sites. The very best quality of
Easteru Nulls, from 25 up to 60 eta., always on hand.
Window glass, putt), paiute of all kinda, I.inaeod oil, both
Raw and boiled, Varuisk, TurpeuUne, Lamp and Lard oil,
white lead and zinc Paints.
In Crockery we keep a good supply of the best quality of
Iron, stone, white, light blue and common ware.
Hat and Caps of every style and price, for men's and boy's
A small assortment of Blank Books, Stationary, and School
In fact, almost any article demanded by the taste or necessi
ties of the community, can be bought of us on aa favorable
term, as at any place far or near.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon us
by a generous public, we would say that notwithstanding the
duce, or short approved credit, than at the present time.
Do us the favor to call and look at goods and prices, and
you do not suit yourseLves, you will have made uo loss, as we
make no charge for showing goods.
BOOT St MORRISON.
September 2 Id, 1853.
130CKET KNIVES The largest and
best asset Urient, to be found at
STKKl.E'S JEWELRY STOPE.
LEATHER & SHOE ST0UE ! 1
fT'IIK subscriber has just opened, inShep-
JL aril's Block, a Shoe and I outlier Store, where he able
supply aU demands for anything In the
Boot and Shoe Line,
Both sale and Order Work !
This deportment wUl be under the superintendence of
MR. II. L. SMITH,
well and favorably known to our citizens. The Store will also
Supplied with Leather, such as French aud
Home tunned Call ekius, Lining kius,
AND SOLE L E A T II F R
Slaughter and SpanUh.
Also, Shoemaker's Findings,
In all their rartety. AU the above a ill be offered at prices
favoniUe aa may be found beie or elsewhere.
N B. Cash paid fur hide, or Skiua,at the Store, or at the
Tannery of the subscriber. W. W, SlUia.
miuu st, suepard Ulock. 4-8
STONES Berea, and Lake
Grind Stones, and Urlnd eUona I'lXTIIUKa
constantly on hauu. UaiOlttiK C. m.'UHAKR
NEW ARRANGEMENT !
HAVING: tiiirchased of N. MATS ON
his entire stock of
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMEMTS, ttc, ic,
at a discount from tba lowest panic prim, to which I
nuking uch aUtlHit.n an will muke full and oo.l an aMOit
nteut an can t found In any eMahliatnuent of tha kind in
.b n try mjr aim i.btUl b to kattti erythina of Ilia kind
0M'dd bj an ititelli'Aitt, wnaJthy, and huhiotiabie co-inn unity.
I bat e no PKI!i,Alt4 out, and intend to aell looda enough,
ehear and better, to indue olu tlLsToaKK of Mr. Matxm
to buy of me, rather than go Ui some other market, ar uur
ehaae of 2Vm4us AgtnU, who have do abiding place.'1
Watch Work k Repairing, of all kinds.
As heretofore, by Mr J. k. BABCOCC, whe repatattno
t S'ieilur workman la loo wall known to weed souiinent.
l'niiif-villv, Feb. 17, '6H. 4;i y. j, Jones.
TKVKR AND AGUE, CURED
JL Without Arsenic or Quiulne !
Da. LEEDS' Quinine Substitute, or Nerve Tonic, Ua poatUv
Cure for Chills and Fever,
and all Diseases arblng from Derangement of th Kerrou
system, and teiy sueoeaaful In prcvnntuig
Yellow I'aiiama, or Charea Fevers.
The Kedne waa dlHooverrd br a reaularlr -radnaud Pb..i.
elan, and Is therefore entitltd t th muu oonndenc aa
oiiivc iuj'iihii, ytT-tiiyvt..u. n uigiv trial Will prov
. eilioaey. Oue bottle tn ordinary eaaan of r'vverand Amia
elleet ure. AH that ia asked is a fclr trail. Allwhnh.e
iuad it, spe-k loudly lu tu tavrtr. head the ttreu lav.
. ss. nsAnu, note rropiietor,
No 1.1 Maidea Lane, Kew York.
K. C. BSZWZK, r,at Mim Cli-lnd, Ohio, lu.uk
DR. II. TUlillS will be. io Attendance
ae follow t .
Aahtabula, Af-htatmla WfHipe, Thnr!ay. JfflT, 1. 1 '
Cnnnennt, trirw)nt llotine, '1nwK)j.v, Nt. 17,
PnlneiiTtile, Cowlea Hoom, Frl'lfty, . 1V '
ConnoaiitvlH, I'a., Powi-r Hn4, Mtwirlar, fif. 15,
Vi eorwaltatinn npnn all itiieaie of the Throat Tinga
Ilenrt, l.iver, Htmiach, liowelp, Kidneyi and Hpleon; alno
iropsy, fraeJ, ltj!tumtlim, NervniisiiQMM,l)chHityf Oynppfda,
F'TH(edlfeaiaea, Ago aad Fever, Kit, hnpuritlei el tlie liltiod.
Eruptions, Cancer, C leers, and all other varitUe of loug aUod-
Inf coDiplainta, both txtnmaiand i(nua.
Fur wire ten yeara ir. l.faM oavotad his entire tim XO
Chronic diseases, treating UionaaitO annually, many of whom
had eiliausted atyeihr resource within reacb. in enn
mrt mtrterml r trtker pinimi emAeytd ,nor dots k mk 9tck tm
wir wU, w Umr dovi N butiti uf mpmtn. 1 lie mediutne can
be taken with safety by the aiot4vlijale, and iftita may re-
msln a home, ana roniinue, wuii pmovnre, tnetr oniuiary
diet and enrol. Many hnndr-ts have reemered under the
treatment alter friends and phywifmns had given u all hope
th indtnputnMe evidenc of which can always he furnished,
invalids, how. ver r'duied or desalring, are Invited to call,
and may be assured that rtb enonumfrment will he given or
eaptnM liicimed, without crwreepondiiig prosfct ol recovery
RmtT'MAina. UrAT, That most dlsreistnf of diseasea. In
flammatory Hheinnatlsm, Udng prevalent at tills chaniteaJile
easun or the year, i seieoi anrnuer oi uie many recoti-d
canes fur publication.
Oi.tJB, i-iiynnoj-B n.t 17 , juiy Zitin, inn.
tr. H. trnn. Dear Hir. 1 hin is to certlfv that nome tin
In March last, my wife was suddenly atbirked with llhf timst l-m
of an ln'lamniatry nature, attended with most excrucUting
pain. She was not able te help herself at all; could not aa
fift tndrefwnr andresa, nor walk a step. Our fihiitv phvUlan
was called, ottttiie disease proved an obstinate that ha did her
no pcrreivaMe good, nor did strong stimulating Hnimens hire
any effect. At (his singe of the disease we applied to you and
obtained some medicine, which gave her sj e-'dy relief. In
five weeks she rode tn Cleveland, a distance of 17 miles. Yon
preHcrilwd again for her, and the consequence is, she Is now
able and actually doe the work necosmy in mak lug cheese
every day from thirty onws, without any inconvenience. We
do most cheerfully recommend t" all who may be aflllcted wlih
the same disease, your tnvalunnie remedies. V e know they
afford speedy relief and believe the treatment the cheapest
and best known. Yours, with ret ect,
JAMK- M. IITTKOX.
II. FASSETT, Agent
Sale. Purchase, ntid llent of Real Estater
Negotiation of Loung, Collection of Debts,
1ROFERTV Sold for Commission only,
and no sale no charge. A Sale, direct or Indirect, con
stitutes a L'nimiiiwdon.
24 Acres of land under good state of cultivation, with g od
tmildlns, fruit, and Hviug water, less than a nUe north of
Court lloiife In JtfTemon e most desiralHere-idenee for sale
at the eery low price of flHi, with very easy Urmsnf pay
ment, EiHiuiro or Joet'ph Lhivfec, on premises, or of H. Foa
aett. Ashtahula. ' - -
K IM-E FAKM. A choice firrm on Pnuth Ridge, neat Har
vey R. tiavlord', owned by M. W, Vhwicr, containing 63
acres, with good bulMlnarw, fruit, living water, plenty of lim
ber, and everything desinible fur a homcuwad, can be Itad at a
Ur-nin. Call on the owner on preuiUea, or on II. Fash;tt(
Atabula, for paiticulun. -
on ACHE FAHM, In .TeflVrson townnlilp X. W. from village,
3H acre Improve!, and balnnce good wood land and timber ;
thore is a gooi irnme dwelling and nam, plenty ol trmt ofva-
rkiui kinds, living water, c, on premises. A desirable snmtl
farm, price 18u0. Euquiiv of A. AUOHN, on premLieit, or vt
H. r AwKi r. ' ,
1u8 Acres ofland, 150 rods East pfthe Centre of Ffarpernlil,
30 acres of which are well timbered, hnlanoa nnder food im
provements, with good bni'.dlngsand fnilt. I.trtng springs of
water in different lota. Most of farm gravelly toatn anil, and
part t J rand Klver bottom landa. Tenia, fcc. ccominodating.
The farm of Andrew VllleT, of 296 l. scree, near Ashtabula,
with rood inwroTenientP, biiildinirs suitable fur two fkrinw, with
plenty fruit, timber, living water, and at $30 per acre. Fart of
pay down aim oaiance on long umm.
That well known gran and grain Farm containing of 320
acres, (only t n riles from Afhtabtda on l'lank Koad,) ewued
I), iinbteunl, E, Good btiildlnga, water and fruit. F"oity
acre tiinlr, balance under cultiratioo. Price $8,000. Eiquire
of owner or at above otHce. 1
60 acres, 2 ndles south, on I?ink Road : tlie Farm formerly
owned by Solomon Sniltli eioallliouM and barn,fruU and good
UniVer. Can be had at a hr rgnin.
Two large and valuable farms owned by K. Harmon, Esq.
One nf 2n? acres, near centre of Sheffield, under hkrh state of
cultivation, except 4) acres timber, large dwelling and N harns,
oheee house, fmit, kta An excellent dairy farm. Price IW
per acre. ne o 131 mevea, "iS mils uth af lion roe n Plank;
one hundred acres improved; good bulldinga, Terma of pay
ment on either of above, aconnunodaUng.
& $25 Sewing Machines ratcnt'd
MAY 8th. 1858.
The Biibscrther havina; rurch.ed the rlirht to this township
tn the above Machine, takes this method to let those wishing
to purchase know, where they can get the best family Macliii.e
now in use, and would say that he will deliver, put up, and
warrant every Machine he sells to be rlect In all Its parts,
and a there has recently bevn one or two improvement made
in this Machine, we believe it now stanoa without a rival, and
is just wnal every lumuy neens.
It was awarded the First Premium at the K. Y. State Fair
held at Buffalo, Oct. 9th, K'.7, for its Simplicity, Durability,
Capacity, and Practical Utility.
Hugers, and Wheeler 4. Wilsons' high prieed Machines
were in competition.
The above Maeirne can be seen and tested at tlie residence
of the subxcrllier, where he will be hapfiy to wait on any who
may favor him with a call. Extra Needles kept on hand for
the accommodation of those who may need. KesMence on
strvoL near the Episcopal Chnrcu. ' r. J, HALL.
Ashtabula, Aug. -itb, long.
TLIE Subscribers an
nounce to their friends in
Ashtalaila and vicinity, that tney have associated thenuelves
In East Ashtabula,
and would respectfully coil the attention of those wishing to
Purchase Goods for Cash or Ready Tuy,
to our stock of
Dry Goods and Groceries,
bought of Importers a Manufacturer for Cash, or Its equivalent
al a very low pi Ice. Our rentaare $tX per year, and the same
amuont of room on Maine street on tlie w est sitle, costs over
$:t0o, and our ot'er expenses are In the same ratio less. On
account of these facta, e are enabled to save to our customers
at least 10 per cent, on their purchases
. klAN.N at SEYMOl'R.
W. W. Maxx.
Ent Ashtabula. April 1, 1S.18.
FALL TRADE-18 5 8.
I take pleasure in say
ing to my friends, that I
am now preparrd to exhibit one of the Richest, most varied and
assortmeni of J
FALL and WlTEli GOODS!
aver dinplajcd In tbia Tallage and oomprif-ing In part ai fbllowg;
JIL'SSEl.IN' and CASHMERE R0BE3, of rich and elegant
Rich Printed De Laines,
Plain and fancy Silks,
Jiluck Gro De Rhinos,
Poplin. . 1 .
A Large Stock of Sheetings,
Bleached be 0 la.
Flannel 2 4a.
A superior lot oi ,
Cafsimeres, Keataokv Jeant
Priuted fiauoels, Vtstiug.
4. largs Un of
HOSIERY, MITTS, GLOVES, WHITE GOODS, ft, ft.
k good aasortunxit of
Brochu, Stella, Silk and C'tmliniere,
All of the above I pledg myself to sell as low, for the same
quality can be bought la this city, for PA V. Trait
vary unlaahionabla. Very I I also hare good stock of
LSoots, Shoes, Rubbers,
lluts, Cup., Teua,
Ctiflee, Sugar, Molasses,
kc, &C, iiC.
Pleas call ind txamln price and quality, and If I don't
sen you, uie lauti wm not ue nun.
Octolwr 1st, ItfiS JX0. P. ROBERTSON.
I shall receive direct from New York,
few dors, fresh and well selected assortment of
1 1 uiu aiid tiroccnts, sach m
Pres'ed Citron, Teas,
rtainfns, Teas, lortono
A S'ew Orleans Urown Sugars,
Also, ('ruihed. I'owdered, and
Granulated Relined ringara, l'er,
rtploe, Cinnamon, elovoa, clnnaiuou buct.4, t
KuUnegs and alaoei Indigo Ctaicli, Saleratua
Lliikfr, Tnlwcco. Soap and Candles. Vou
will also Hud at nry store Hour, FisbJ
fork, Hania, dried apples, IWbn
lllark benie. Also luta oils,
bails aud bardwaie, Seyihes
and (Snathes, t orks,
bhovels, iioo and
snd ia short everything asnally ftiu.id tn a Oroeary, Feed and.
Provision Store. All of which will be uld at a Reasonable
advauc freu met, H O, TOlUttd.
Ashtsbul, Ohio, Ja 9, tlie. . t tif
)".' v.. ;
QN MONDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1858,
SMITH &. LOCKWOOD
Will oran on, of tin targmt uii mc-t dwlrabl. ftUidu Of
Irry Oooda, aw off.rrd In tlita anarkrt, too
latinf of tbt following Good, and
bian othrra noi i.a
200 pounds of Trints. $ 25
1000 yards Prints remnants 6 1-2
2000 yards Prints 9
2500 yards Mcrimac and Cochcco 11
These fl o d s are fnaranteed last eolora and Printed on the
1 best cloths, tbe Companies use, 'and alt of
this season's styles.
200 yds Printed Canton Flannels at 10(g,12.c.
We would reeommend these Good to all parties wishing
to make cheap bed blankets.
1000 ynjds Buy State, Hamilton, and Su'flWk
brown and Bleached Cotton Flannels, bought at
the lew pricve ef the late hxrgeAuation - -sales
la New York.
200 yd. of All-Wool Flannels, at extreme
3000 yards Urowa and Bleached Sheeting, ai
at pjlees te sa lt customers. Remetaber that we .
are not t be undersold, .
S00 vds. Hamilton k Pacific de lanes 20 to 22c
2.'0 do All Wool do 44c
500 do Paramatto 2"c
500 do French Merino, 1J wide 7s
100" do Fancy Silks 62 to (U 75
100 do Black Silks -' i - 1 tp i 75
4 Patterns rich und elegant silks 840 00
500 yds Plaid aud Stripe De Cages $15 to 20
Also, many other styles of Dress Goods, and a
large Assortment of Fringes and other Dress
We hare a large and choln
selection of the new and small
she embroidered Collars, ale
the acw style Puff sleeves.
10,000 pairs of Hosiery and Gloves, at Prices
lower tbaa tbe vary low rt panle rate,
1000 Gents Patent Enameled Collars at 4 cts.
ilanufactured from paper and cloth. Cheaper
for a man to purchase, wear and
throw awny, than to pay
CaW ass1 wt Ih Hint raa.aiu ttky.
250 yds Gry Cassimeres, 5 to 7 shillings' per
yard, ouo yaros rnnaueipoia rancy assiiueres,
? to 9 shllliugs per yard. Thee
Good were purchased from
Wt gwnltt lAsst Casop.
Carpets and Oil Cloths We take plrasare iu
announcing tn our customers ana uie punnc general
ly, that we have added to our stock a beau
tiful line of Carpet and Oil cloths,
different In style and su
perior in quality tn any
in this niar-k-t.
200 yards Cotton and Wool Carpets
450 yards all-wool Carpets
100 yards super all-wool Carpets
1 00 yards three-ply all wool Carpets
200 yards Brussels Tapestry Carpets
100 yards Stair Carpets
100 yards Oil Cloth
We shall be most happy to show these Goods
to any person or persons in want, or to tho
who like to admir the beautiful,
w ithout the least scorn,
andao It will b throughout our nUr tnek.
The above Special !! -rill continue from day
undl further notice. Retnemberfrienda, to bring your
pursue, (or oar term are CASH. Books are on t
of th question, our pana are brokan,
tad our ink (a out, thsrefcus
1r shall require of
too Cash. ,
Good batter, Eggs, nioe, mad woolen Socks, and siifch other
article of trad, as are equivalent to Cash.
Merchants, Miliirjers anj Fediars ero invited to
call and examine this special stock, aa w will mark
it to their advautag to purchase.
SMITH &. , IjOCKWOOD.
fsAfaMo, Oct, 1, ISM.
fcQt FEE, Com. .Rio; Mar4t;aio: Jaf
V ad atsehs, rH,t B4rWRO ft aOIUKTSr
Hew Goods rail Suppliet.
: " t- j . .. . '.: j ;
e .I:IAf, Jr., ua 'twUt,
from tn York, a taiga a4 U Mlaott d kntoloa of
, .( 8eaionbl Dry Good, . ., , r
Groceries, Crocker and Glass-ware, Look-Ing-UlaHses,
Lc, ic ,
wtilrh, m U1.T tn ihalr arnronrlal, yiaw la Vt armri-
oi.ni 01 gtir n.w arm spar-tnu tor, prent, wifu tba. auck
on luuid, an ini) f MarcbaodlM unnirpaaMd la
Amount, Variety, Excellence and CheofHtn.
by any rthara(arilffthmnt In lh town or ennntr. In all thaar
partliiolars, onr 104-l a 111 b. kl np to tli waitt t4 th rrm
ffiunlfy and In. coti'HtUin of lha marart, anl th. wlh,wi of
our nlM frtoml, and fha tarlaa of naw ont, will 1 entiaultcd
and fraUticd, with tli am pirlland aoud IppIWii, aaintlmw
pant. a. ULM1AM, Jr.
jlililhU, S't. ?H 3Wi. t v
GRAIN CRADLES Grape Vine and
MLI.y ORAIN t'KAlllilX, for"l I7
Jalyl, 'to. - UKOC. 1irDHARI.
SUPERIOR STiM -J'
VivLANO,&hsf Ilotise Furnishing
rYtYi subscribers having nnited their two
J. establishment-, and no occupy TWO STOKES on the
Corner of Seneca and Superior streets,
Would riectrul!y Invite l!niisck( cpers, and those about gtf
In a In I lnliaibft.iri wi.ll . Il. :.. rl..-.l.nil
to call and examine their linmeuae stock of the above named
goods, which comptlses the
, LfgtM eW ItirMtMt Slirk f China, Wesf Fete Ter.
We have on hand a complete assortment of
of tho Uncut quality, warrantpd not to crmck or turn yellow
from hot water, aud for vale la
Dinner, Tea and Breakfast Sets
r br tha nintfe pit, an lw an can hp bourht in th city.
We bae also twuuly-fif i ill erect patteroa of ..
GOLD BAND TEA-SKTS,
iomprlning many new and verr rtrh set, and we fee! annd
flint we can suit in style ami' Prbe the most fastidious ad
aiirer of China. AImi, ail kind of
and a variety of
Ho use Furnishing Articles,
Britannia, Albnta and Slfver Hated VTare,
uicand l in chamber sets,
- ice Cream Kreerera,
' Water Coolers,
, 4.0. te
Oar Stack eomurlsos every variety of . .
CHANDELIERS, DRACKRT, PROP MOHTS, PAPEIl
GLASS SHADES, LIOHTEKS, fee.
All orders fbr Ga Fixtures and for flttlnsr ud Ilouaea with
Gas Piiies, In the city or In the netzhboriii. towns. Dromptly
prices rr.RT voir for cash.
Goods carefully packed and delivered at Uie Denote free ot
ria.ri, k.-isvmikih c cir
Kos. 233. 236 a riiirjfiior IL Cor. of Seneca.
4.'kS tVfr ., O.
oj NEW STOllE!
, ill Kcw Goods at th
NEW YORK CLOTHING STORE,
I A.'SEIPLEk Co., Proprietors.
1 O O O WE are now opening tn onr New 10 0 0
COATS Sales Koom, formerly occupied br J. SHIRTS
COATS A. Taleott, one rloor south of bher- SHIKT3
. COAT'S mas Farmer'a law OfTtce, tn SI11KTS
CO AW best and cheapest stock of blUUTS
eier offered In this Place.
PAN i s
. MR.$EIPLE,wheis.prae- .
tlcal 'tailor, and has been .
for five yearn, and la now
connected with the Largest
Jlothing House tn N. York,
pi ita as in possession or fa
cilities tor selecting and se
eming all the new style
that no other House in this
section enjoy. We Defy
Competition. TT xk aa
Examination Of our tock:
We lelt our Book In New
York, and of course shall sell
for fteady Pay only, ad a
run 11 amount of cash will
buy a lie of CLOTU1AO.
TAKE NOTICE J. A. Taleott has
sold his stock clothing to A. reb,ile ft Co., aa per above adver
tisement, therefora, all thoue who ara tudohted to uie either by
Note or Book account, will ciill at once and settle the same,
as u win save More an. expense oy so aoing.
Ashtabula, Oct. 7th, lhis
FAJLJL iiV 1858
1 1 dow prepared, with ut
New Fall & Winter Goods !
To offer to tfur Friends and the public 'jrenerally as good an
assortment as any Variety Store in th Country. Iu our
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT;
wiay be fnnnd targe stock oi Cloth. Csesluieres, Satluelt,
r lanueu auo ail uie new ana vaneu uyiea 01
Dress Goods, Shovtls, Hoop Skirts, &c;
.1 lanft! and Una ' . ' . ;
' Stock of Boots and Shots,
our usual large stock of
Groceries; of Superior quality,
Hats and Cups,
Kails, Glass, Tutty,
W shall sell our 0od fer CASH, er t proaipt pajiag
bkeap mt Ike Ckeapent,
as (hat i the trade w partionhuly destr. aad shall omlen.
war to take ear at n take pleasure to ahowiog oar uoode,
and snail o narpr wj an eo ai any lime, luc witnout It we
can hardly x'pect to aeu.
TTHin V COLUNS.
Jikftmla, rH 1,
J)US. SALISBUHV& 1IUMP1IUEV.
.. ( or m . (
.ECLECTIC and GERMAN
Practice ef iriedlrlue,
iTavinq permaneotlv located iu tbis nlu.ee.
far their proresslonal servtoea to tlie Inhabitaats of Aabtabata,
and aurrouuiluig Townships, lor the Cure of all CHkuatu and
Aovti diiwa.es of every grade, type, aud aharacUr, to which
Uie Human ystew I int-ide-ut.
Twenty yeara esperieiiee, would enable the to say, that they
reel c.i.ticleut that Voum, t'lK'liM", Co.i'ition, rlKna-i
OUiTia, Ewusiuiku To.vall and Moaa Tuhoatb, when tiated
In tlieir Mew Way, will be sale, ae-mabl, and reliable, and will
Our when any nseaiis vr adopted by uiortal man, can cure.
li.Mwe of the I-ntr, SUmtick, Aldoses, Jiesraua, and
Ml - Treated with Uioae Safe, Potant, aud Porukir
cnnceiiu-alvd, six) Kesew.id ageoolrs of tlie Echwlia bchouls,
whirb are purely and positive VkU.Taai..
Biuniauiu, C'hruiuo, harvoua, or A out treated by
that never ftuUug afpant, twhaa properly eprlied.l Elso
raicitr. Disaas ot the Roart, 8pine, l-tio, and Glandular
eyaUms, sucoeasfully treated. All ix'johjl AttSctiuna, Caas-r,
and r'er eWee, rvueraliy cured.
'vns' Weaknesses, whether Kerrou r Organio, Chronic
or otiiarwts, will b eured or relieved in a short tiuie.
Those Bear by, eao oueult . tbemrar ttieir ofnee, formerly
ocued by D. Met' una, oupotlt Uriuham ft Co. Clothing
House. Time at a distanc can consult htm, by sending tn
their case, with their full name and age, marked on Uie vial.
auecial attenMoii'fiaid to diaewe f sli Kvit aiiii Ea,--Also
io th tjtraigtlUug of Crooked l.huba, fcc.
aALlaUUli. ft Ul'ilPBRtT.
AsuTiBt LA, August 3Srh. lhA8.
HARDAV ARE. Heavy Hardware.
Hhoaela, ltoea. Asa, Weoliaiiie' Tools, Paw of
klu, Mas irewell, flcks Pump tixture, Glaa. PuUy,
aliuot, omprhiiiig ft oomplet sisiiUuut ol both
Kaavy ft sliUf Sardwar, for sal low by
HOOT ft XoRtiianK.
at aar OrLer eturs m suwn. If vn
Wt Oooq "U ROUtRlrJOyS CiSH oTOf t.
TUST RECE1VJED, nt the New Cash
t' . Ktor, iKiilr la( of lime Vry (etrali aad. Cheap
PHlNi'S, (iLsiill.H.sai Mourvtag Us whioh are being
Mabswai Uu wiyar Arher eur in wiwn.' If you want
edward it. roLriiTr.
185S flulumrt Trade. 163. "
IDWAHD ft. nonr.HTS, rmt;'nf"rt
A tuned tiom the East, k now eiMbitlrig hie
2iuA avd Extensive Slack of Goi-dt,
art4 Invttpa the attenllrm nf rah and t'earty It Ttriveni, ?v tn'
aotaias: to sell at least aa Crw-rte a Ume who rll for A!t"t
Notliintf, lie would enll ttit attunlinn rif th ieoile U,.U-l ,
fkrt. that there lea great difference bitween' ' I
' . i '
Goods Chnop, and "Chrsp Goods." .',
Re sells GrtfklS Cheari, an J baa nothihg 6 de with Cheap f!o'A
His awortment DRESS GX)t)S,is mnrjniflccut.-
Rich Black Silks
K reach Merino
Wool Oe1 IjrfneeT
Hilk S(ri-s Fopllne
Silk Strip TalenUa
Poll de Drc-vra
Poplin de fteg -Konfclln
de Lai f
ke. Ke. ac. in
. SHAWLS and CLOAKS.
Ftella bhewl tong Drocha Shawl
Bay State rVhawl
Pi luted Shawl
Scotch Shawl '
ptab Beaver Cloak
at all price, p
DRESS TRIMMING3, liOXNET RITV
liOXS, and EMBROIDERIKS-a '
Lot for which (n effur t wlklted. i
tu Yookco Notions and Fancy Articles', a rurj ,
' , tve Stock at .Wholesale or ItctaiL . .'
In riovisc Keeping Goods '. '
Blwehea Linen Table Cloths, T-4, S-4, and 8-t f !
llmwn ' . do- r do do. , da f d . ,
' T.afile IJ:wB hy the Tard ,
Taniask Table NBpkfni! Very I?nd."Oni . ' '
Linen t'lieeting tf-4 and 10-4 aiiie ; f
. t'ntton Sheeting 9-4 and 10-4 wide ' ' '' ', .
riimw ca i.tuena, a and a-4 in wiotn ' ' :
Pillow Caee I ottons, -8 and 6-4 in width . . . , ,
Ilackftbuck la Towel, and by the yard ' ,
H-traei)lee Quilt Tew and aleve'u quarters j
Embioiilered sod Ice (utlns; h ich Fun.llore Pr-tlp
Kane)- Tabic Con era 13 4 Burhkels ai nuious pile.' '
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DOMIiSTIC GOODS.- .
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(. Ploached Shirting .
Cotloa Flannel r i.
' Cotton Warp Flannel
Apron Checks ,
Tab Diaper . -
: Th above I but a small portion of rery larpt Htoek. th '
was bought cheap and a 111 be sold cheap. lnspocllou aa v
ousnaarUon will demonstrate this &ct. 4 '
Wail and Curtain Papers a Large Assortment
at reduced prices, to inake room for a very largo stock aext
Kama. ..... '
IF you hav'e any EuCter, Epgs, or any
other Rome Manufacture.., to dl.pnse of, take tbem to " ;
. FnVv-AFO H. RUHKKTS.
fpllK VERY . BEST TEA Green ofr
-I- Black, at -: EDW. B. HOCERTS. .
rPiIE very best and largest assortment of
X Cofte,et EDW. n. ROBERTS.
gUGAR very low at
EDW It. ROBEREi-
rPlIE best Syniiiyou ever saw, at
-L EDW. H. ROl
171 EST rate Molasses Cheap, at
A . EDW. H. 1
PICES of all kiuda, at
EDW. H. ROBERTS.
f'piIE b&it assortment of TobacCd ia town.
J- Some rery nice Natural Iaf, at EDW. H. ROttERTS.
IP yoa have any Cash to spare, tho placo' ;
to get voor money's worth Is at EDW. H. ROrjEHTS. .
NEW .Ilalsius can be found at : :
Knwinb H. RoW-nrd.
GOOD Molasses at fifty eta. a gallon; at':
: "(EDWiBT) H. KO'ISIT. ,. J
BLASKET Shawls, very cheap at
KitWARD n. ltOB.nrs.
FLANNELS a large assortment nndr
very low prices, at '' EnwaRn H. rtoor.KTa. ' (
JCLLED Cloths and Satinets, very Iot
. Ilrst rate Goods at EnwARo H. Itoatar;
DRESS Goods In all styles will bo sold ,
very cheap at Khvard H. Roiibrts.
HOOPS in great variety, at.
1 Eoward It.
CJOUN Baskets can be found at .
y , EnwARn II. rtnaitRT.-
GOODS of all kiuds, cheap for Cab, at .
Euwaan II. Ronrkra. ;
BUITEli. WANTED at
SOAP 1 Soap ! Fay'b Best Bar -Trana-:
parent, (lenuan Eraalvo. iiony, Cheiuical Olive, and Paav
cj SoAPa,at . . . El). H; KtiHERl'a.
EDW.AUD II. ROBERTS, Agent foe !
th sal of i . ., j 1 f
Duryet Sf ' Fursythi- Zfailufaciuring Co$
CELEBRATED PLATFORM ft CorVTEIt SCADEi'
BAY oC ALES, AND . t
Eiro IrooT j3.fOr3. . ,
cale nd Safe furnished te order at Manufacturo psiae,
ry For Sale, on rAtRBAXE3TLATr6ni SOALEi U
f order, will be sold cueap -
Torrey's Infaklltble Dobf Sprji;.
WHERE all other Spnnjrs have failed
this has ben found entirely rellible, and whevrer la t
trodneed has superseiled all ther. !
Tiiia Spring can be put ou and any amount of power applied;
by child ten years ol age, and is dually applicable to eiostng
tlie door or hoMfng tt open. Bv einij.lv sliilmg the ontrh. Ui
power can at put-pure be I VST a Mi. V KElluVUi; aud Ue '
door allowed to ACT EXTIKELV KUFB.
Tha Trade lupplied br E. P. TtiHRKY, MannfsctnreT M
Patfitee. he. t flstt Street, Kew Voik. j amifl 1
ISS A. E. SALISBURY.'
rtuneetruliT araounee to the TH (tea f Aihtubula o
Vicinity, that ah i desirous of obUuiung .
A. Olivsa xx -XXvAAaio.
either aa tbe 11AM) r'OK 1 1 or MEU)l'fc).N. Hvug bar
under the Instruction of th best Uachere to . , , ,
New Haven,' Connecticut' alicj New' York,',
and also having hart eonflldi.rabl eipertence. aa teacher, alus "
feels heisru lulty eoinpttteut to do yitstice to' any, who in '
be placed under her charge. Uhe will also teach . t
TIIOBOtl-II.BAes, i " '
tn those who may desire. Room u dpor soib of rt.ts.
man' Variety Htnre. y
; Ilalief for. the Afflicted J . . , ,
DR. L. G. JDLARK, Gorman Reforrir.;
ed Criirothic Thytiirian and Surgeon, (nmnarly T lb.,
Srro of Clark liiUkm; can be oonsultwl at the f'oUewina -
tiur cud places 1-
AahtahuJa, Flak House, Wov.. 7 4 S. ' . , 1 '
Conneaut, Treinoot house, Kot 20 . '.j ' ' 1 1. . . . e"
i Oerard, WrfibVs Hotel. Kor 46., ' 1
; Jelteraon, Anieiieau Kor. . ' tl , V- 1 . S 4
Rock Creek, I,uu4 N ov SU A DC 1st. .. .
Cyl Klk, E.ciiaag House, Uc vd, . ., .. r - r
Dr. IC. Clark, having had fie.(nuuv r,i UPr,ni willcitsHoa t
frotn his pallaiU aad theii Iruaatbi, to vieit Uie uelghbmhnod '
ooeaaVMiaUy, tll tbey aught eouault I Uu penw-allr, a siaU ,
as by c-. Will hiafU;r vUit tueabov uaurd plaee ucw
month. T !
Having had seventeen yer experisioe Ut th pnut'c f
medicine, during whioh tiuie hs baa treated thwuswuua af aa
lieuls is aU funus of eeute and b.out dtwasea with utiiiar
alelled auecaa (of which aniu of your fiieuda r ueigLW,
can testify ) and is prepared to give ilief to ail who u- sp
plyv rartbwlar attentlfl will b gvea to tl uu, u( C,a-
m wrrioi. aud all diaeaa-s gf the l..ns and ebesl, w.
Nervaus IWsmi. en' dcnuigeiueuW vl ,rt. cUaiur
wUl be treated with Vocees.
Alsr, will aire o4 eiwes aud all raptb disease of whst-"
-n--a ns; uly b. tl, WHls wre of uive,,.il
JJ1 Kutailonia eiu.r AltltrUius diu js
Persons at dlytasue deektng advise and MadMa, wilt slmsI
gaawal dUertptlon of Vie api.earnc r IU uiina, with a '
.urrret siMenieet tf th ea. j, 01 una of the disease, arid
r" syai.n.ms, unriaaie,gs Aa,
AU ootuinuuManosi iut be dliettcd to
. :tltr S. :
JartMtow, Verier C; hm.
lfl BALES Carpvia,-. wrwl 1'aitrnu. 11 Dal f '
A alatUuir: ln. a I
iu MiUiKut vi Flat oil t !'iol
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wt,ir, w ll.i.ai u.