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Daattnl H.lca.-wAt lb ollettatl f rVw aMrwn.
ta Aahtabula, I hav. engaged mml th Fish House, aaa
will ba there n Monday th th day f " to reenatn
wl.k, mtlM woaeay l each AJ!T"r-
Unmt, J M IBM-
IMPOnTA!IT u rBnALEI-Df . ChMiM
ami' Pllla. Tb omMratioB of Ingredient la the
ttll 1 th result f Ion "d tnlve prattle. They
at mild Id their operetlon, and certain In correcting .11 Irreg
wlaritl, Painful Menatraetlone, removing all elartruclinria,
Vhothw ITom ma orouierwise, nnwnt, mm in iiw "(
been, white, all nervnu selections, nysier
halpttatloa of th
(a, fatigue, pain la th heck Mil limb, he. disturbed
Interruption of nature.
1)1. uiiianu ritxa
y. th eommeteement of a mtnlii (he treatment of lhoe
",iegularitiend obstruction wblea naveonigrea so mny
A uMMhiM Mm fcanaU MM anlftV OOd health On
tee ah I regulsr, and tbmm oa obstruction take place,
u general Malta Dtgmi oeenne.
Da. OaaiMMin'i Pill
e tb most lletual remedy ever known tot complaint ip
llar Fmm la To all chum they aia Invaluable, lode-
ln.lih rilnlr- nariodleal reenlarity. Tbey ar knows
to thousands who bar oacd then) at different periods, throng-
at tlx country, taking lb auction of torn of th moat era
Im.I Pk..lllii ImartM.
.11.11 .11, aariona. statin when the? should net be need.
with each boa tb price $1 par Box, containing from 60 to
Fll sent by mall promptly, by remitting to th proprietor.
)ld by Drugalat generally. B. B. Hl'TCHlNHS, Prop,
' 30 Cedar street, N. T.
Bold la Ashtabnla by. . .
Bold In uonncaut ty ,
.....MBA, hi .uuuii
D. LYONS. 60
Inatrwetlwt la Mwele.-PROF. T. H. HOPKINS,
whoa long oiperlenee and sucoes aa a Teaeber and Per
former qoaltne him for tb work, hold hlmaeli la readln
far firing Instruction upon ta
Organ, Pianoforte, Violio or GuiUr,
.lit. MriaMl. Aal.tahnla hnffl FVW .,.' nt
a mJmw A'eaau and from Tsuuaaw Cmnr Until fWaaa
aw. In connection with the Union School in Connect, Mr
11. will b found at th Blak Fonao In tbat place, tne re
mainder of th term. 8hMt Music and Book furnished whan
Inatramanta for an in InatrneUon, farnlahad at Athtabala
Inatruetion In Toeal Moil will b (rlraa for on or won
vole. Aaniaoaia.mo u, irji.
hut Chleftana bowt of dd hi war
An.i Minatrel tun their awart guitar,
A aobl thorn my Aar It (Ilia
la praie of Haaaioa'a match Iom Pllla.
Their ear at fonnd In Try land
Amid Kumla'a anowa and Afrlc'a aandj
Their wondroaaworka the paper Oil,
Produced by Uaaaica'l matcblaM Pllla.
Pnee dlaeaae afflict you? do not doubt
Thlf charming compound will aaarch It tut,
And health again yowr ratem Slla,
U raw fly at eaot to Hbbxick'I Pill.
They're cafe for all both old and young-
Their prataea are on every tongue;
IHaeaae, dlaarmed , no longer killa,
Klnc w are bleaeed with HanarcR'i Pllla.
fu Put up with Rngliah, "pad I ah. Oerman and French
dlreclinna. Prlc Vt cent per bnl. Sugar Ctattd, Sold by
aaclera, merchant ana grocer everywhere. iio
Blank. A good astortmcnt oa band at all timet,
art tiila nmr.
To NcrTon Miflercr of Both Bexca.
A Revtnd Ottlmn AaeiaF seen Reitored to health In
flew day, alter undergoing all the uaual routine and Irregular
expenelr mo'lea of treatment, witbont ancceas, cnnalilera it
hi aacred duty to commuulcar to bia afflicted fellow crea
tare the mramsop crka. Hence, on the receipt of an ad
4raed envelop, he will aend (free) atopy of the preecrip.
tioa need. Direct to I)R. i M Daohall, 180 'ultuu
Btmt, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Bee Advertisement of WATSOlTi Ndaloia Kiro, In ano
A Caret lo the) Bnflerlna; The Rev. William
CoeoRora, while lahoiing aa a Mleaionary In Japan, waa
cured nf Conaumptinn, when all other meaiia had filled, hy a
recipe obtained from a learned phvicHn reeiding in the
areat city of Jeddo. Thla recipe haa enred great number
who were nHertng frem Cnnanmplinn, Bmncliltia. Sor
Throat, Cough sand Colda, and tha debility and nerveuade
Dreaalon eauaed br the diaorder.
Deeirou of benetiitlug other. 1 will aend thla recipe, which
1 hare brought boiu with me, it all who need ft, free of
charge. Adureu Rkv. WM. COSOKOVE,
j67 439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hlhewi Chocolate Worm Drop! Never
Tall to oeetniy ano exteruilnato all kinda or Intestinal worms.
Are perfect reliable In all caaea, and far superior to any and
all the Faocy Worm Confections, and nauseous Vermifugea In
aa. Tbey may be taken at all tiioea with perfect safety, aa
theyeontain A Mtrtvry cr other deleterious Drug Moib
ers elrtrald always purchase them and give their children no
o'her No cathartic whatever I necmry to be given. Each
box contains 'M lirops or Ixwenges. t nee 'ib eenrs.
For axle by all llrug.ists and Dealer in Medicine.
A C. R. WAI.KRR, Gen. Agent,
697 Buffalo, N. Y. a Fort Erte, C. W.
T WILL Pty the nmikt't tirit-p' in Caoh
JL for any or all the following kind of Lumber, delivered
at the Store In thi place formerly occuil.'il by Prentice,
t-mlth H I o. or at Ilia lUi nor of Aauubuia, to wit i
AOO.OOO feet inch White Wood 12 feel lone
100.000 leet 1 inch While Wood 12 feet long
50 000 feet 1 inch Clmir Plank 12 feet lonjr
200,000 r-et to 4 inchs thick li reel long
50.000 ft 5 to 10 in gqr columns 12 feet limit
200.000 feet 1 to 4 iu White Ah 12 left lone
E. R. WILLIAMS.
Ashtabula. Dee. 17, 1M2. 678
GILT MOULDINGS. A large assort
Gilt Mouldings for Tictare Frames,
which will be made np to erdr at th Furnltur Store of
Ashtabula, March 1863. DUCRO UHOTHKB.
A LL Pprnou havinir titiKel tied Acpminih
XL on my Book prior to tb latday of Deeeruoer,lft62, are
t call and settle the earn a soon as possible. Those having
Note du and unpaid, ar hereby reminded that I want the
Money to meet my liabilities. Wheat, Oats, (fern. Pork, But
ter. Lard, and Dried Fruit, will be received on notes and ac
counts, if delivered NO W. GEOHtiB WILLAKD.
Ashtabula, Deo. 4th. 1861. 675
nrniS Quatry, situated at Thompson,
JL I.ake Conntr. la the nearest and most convenient for
the eitiiena of Ashtabula and vicinity, of any other,' and the
3uallty of It ston I superior for flrmnea of teztur and
urability. 8 tone cut to any dimensions, aod for any purpose
dressed in th most workmanlik manner, and at short notice.
Jrder solicited, - for flagging, Hlens, Well-Stones, Under
vjlnnliitf. Window and Door Caps and Hills, roping and Wa
fer Table. When tb traveling Is good, parties may do their
own naming at a eonsiaerau saviug . o. ,inHiun.
Thompson, Dec. 1, 1602. 614
EMORY LUCE, Dealer in Sweet Potato, and
other Early Plants and Vegetable.
Ala, Malaria Preserved fruits, Tomato,. East A
CENT Pack area of St
tlonrr. containing on qnir paper, on
ack nrl0D and Den. Good oualltr at
" M. O. DICIC9.
1 AH BEST SUGAR CURED HAMS
jyj'J ForbyBal WKKRICK A BRO.
ha started la tha
and will devote hi unre
mitting attention to it
prosecution. If prompt-
Maaa mm and fidelity
will entitle bim to aahar of butlaeaa, h hopes U merit
All orders for banling teaand from th Depot, or about tb
villare, will be thankfully received and satisfactorily eieeuted.
Ha will be found upua th Road at all Urn, not necessarily
devoted to net and reed. 10 W . H. TEHK
FARM FOR SALE.
TIIE well known Ft'in of the
Bamuel Rarg, deceased, situated in Xingavllle, tabula
County, Ohio, about one mile north of th Railroad
Button. For narUcaaV oqulr f Mr. Wot. Humphrey
April 4, I mi. tf
LI Ml.. -Those wishint? to get a good
artlel Of Urn, can be supplied at any tint eon ppli
TVrEVV SHOB.BIIOP. Harry Redhead
L wishing t bv a chance la among th up and down
ofil-.htol.a th".w.hoP Dxtto al.O.DiW tjWro,
where he loUnd to h" nrdera for work,
a Gents Fine Boot
rom a Baby's Cock
rhUh artll be mad under his oa a , and with aa boa
fo re no sap sujraoiuvy "u "
T"A jha nubile rrjia I solicited.
' A a h UtaTuTlav.-1J1, IHi. AST H. REDHEAD,
'TJjkO Coi)isioas and Experience
of aa Invalid.
TitTBLISHEO FOB, THE BENEFIT
X and a a warns n aod as a eaaswssi to young- men
aulerfroaa klereea lasui.IV, ttiIl!Pi.lJ'
ft t ZZitSu w?St tm"r. "rough
.ilsaposiUoa adqnahry. By hjiaW m pot-r-'d
F 41ft, it., etfurd. King Cm. X. jf
adreesed envalope, aiaoLB ooriaa
MdATH ANSL MAV
Sinclair's Harness Store.
Vala trat, Aatbatl.
aa J. n. SINCLAIH late W. Red-
r. HEAD would loferai th pablla, that h 1
Located Opposite tbe Fisk Uouoe,
Whr hi b tntttc patraa U aall acA his toeh
jwat reoalved at
q qqq a large
7. O J C, ii-aesi aaAvwa
- .'-A M -. "' -
u awai vaary osar of
" ' fl. nine?
IT JAMlt RttD.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
The ldle Antl-flsvery Society will meet on Thursday,
July td. at an o'clock r, M.. at the residence of str.r W.
Tna Militia Enrollment of this town, gives
682, ol which nomber 200 ara a'lready in the
aervice. The camber ofiarsjeoo't certlBeatet
presented to the board of Trosteaa at their
meeting on the 22d,wat 81, of which number
24 were allowed, aod 7 who claimed exemp
tions on affidavit ae aliens, were alio excused.
The proportioo of certificates and exemptions
compared with the crowd tbat stormed all the
offices of oar local physicians, slow a veryja
dicioas and wholesome action of the medica'
examiners. The coarse of the trustees bespesks
carelal and considerate action, aod will give, as
it seems to deserTe'general satisfaction.
The trustees, It will be seen by advertise
ment, meet again on the 29th Inst.
Rkcbuitino Those of oar readers in want
of a good cbaoce for enlisting will not overlook
the advertisement in another columa of Lieut
Cbowrll, who is gathering a company of heavy
artillery in this viciuity.
A Street Sprinkler has become one of the
Institutions of this village, and oar prompt and
energetic friend Terrt, runs it. For some
days the weather haa not been auspicious for
the occupation of artificial sprinkling.
At the annual meeting of the stockholders of
tbe Cleveland. Painesville k Ashtabula Rail
road, held on Thursday last week, tbe agreement
for consolidation, ofearninns with the connecting
roads wag unanimously ratified. Tbe following
Directors w:re elected: A. Stone Jr., T. M.
Kelley, 8. Witt, George B. Ely, H. B. Payne,
William Collins, Jag. Miles, J. W. Wetruore,
Samuel J. Randall, Hamilton White, E. M.
Gilbert, C. C. Dennis, Henry E. Paraous.
At a subsequent meeting of the Directors, the
following officers were elected:
President A. Stono, Jr.; Vice Presidont
Stillman Witt; Secretary and Treasurer-
George B. Elyj Superintendent Henry Not
Promoted. Mtij. Fitch, of the SOi h
Ohio Volunteers, bus been, promoted to the
ffit-e of Colonel, and Capt. E. Hays to that
of Mjiir. We congratulate tbe Regiment
Cl Fiich will leave for the Regiment,
on Monday ncx', when be will take any
letters or emsKges (or the boy Sent.
AanTABi'U, 16th June, 1863.
Mr Dv.ar Mr, Editor, Will you be kind rnouirh to ner.
mil me, through the coluinus of the Ttlegrupk, touiler a tew
observations upon some occurrences which have lately trans-
pirru ueie, anu wuicu, iiju. piopeuy expilunea uu my part,
uiay tend, iu some uieaeure, to aliect my character. I need
not inform you that 1 have been located here some time ago,
by tbe Roman Oatnoiic Hiahop of Cleveland, with a view to
preach the gospel to hi. people here, and In impiove their
condition, muiaily and socially, Inasmuch a my humble ca
pacity would ahow.
for a considerable tiro a bond f reciprocal affection
seemed to exist between ni and my congregation (at least
apparently) ; they all seemed to be well, pleased with the ex
ercise of my nunistiy, and with the great pslna 1 had been
takiug to instruct their little ones, to inculcate opun thefr
tender ralnda tli principle of virtu, by representing to
tbem its reward, and to give them a hArrnr of vice, by In
fusing into their souls an idea ol th punishment awaiting it
It was usual with m almost on every ffunday, to preach
a aumion to uy dock ; at first cnieUy trnm the gospel of tbe
day. some time agio I began to ui.e an explanation of the
coiunianumenis ui uou. j usu ueeoou ine euujectof Keith.
1 was explaining to uiy audience the decision oi th Council
ol Vieiit regaruiua those abo weie supposed to be out of the
true Church, whiuii cimrcu tb Roman l attiolioa ttlieve to
be thelrown. Alter quoting some extiacta, 1 gave it as n.y
ooiniou. and ntv nin eonviction, that numbers of rood oon-
scienlious Protestauta would be saved, even according u the
liypotiieeta ol ui nomaa vauioiic cnurco being Ui true
Ihls Itncuaze of mine. Mr. Editor, fell like a thunderbolt
npon th ears of some of my audienc. It waa quite uovel
to tli. iu. lucy taixea over it. com said it waa liberal ;
other declared it was almost too much so, A;.
1 had Ji.coveied this ; aod th next bunday, instead of re
tracliug in tbe slightest uegiee on tittle of what I had
preaciied beloie 1 leiWrated my eentimenta, for a corrobora
tion ol opinion, I gave tbem t-e view of torn of the great-
t lumluaries tbate er abed lustre upon tbe Roman Catbnll
Church, lold tbem again and again that I would utter them
freely and fearlessly, aud regard'eaa or oonsequencee.
Fro in tbat vary moment a portion of my congregation hav
been determined to ruin me. They hav sent piles upon
pile of acccusetiour against me to th ttiaknp Theycliarged
me with associating with froteetanta. l hey said I should not
speak with a protestant minister ; that it was very strange
a Roman Catholic pri. st should do so that It waa anuuing l
should go and visit at the bouses of my protestant neighbors.
They found fault with m "for calling th proteatants my
brethren. When 1 preached in the church, one nf tbem in
united me at my longings for tb same provocation. I should
not omit to state, that 1 had to defend myaell before tb
Bishop of the charge nf preaching lalse doctrine ; but the very
same doctrine which I preached at Ashtabula, I ase-t.d be
fore his Lordship in Cleveland. It was the truth, aa I believe
and I should think my a If aa playing th hypocrite, II I preach
ed Differently. The mission of the true cbnreb of Christ upon
earth, la to enlighten the world, not to keep it in ignorance
. Had I eouvigiied tb whole world to perdition, excepting
the Roman 1'illiolica, perhaps my doctrine would have been
more palatable to the party who rebelled against rue. I will
not tieapaaa ura your tim and space much longer. I will
merely observe that tbl party to whom I hav alluded, hava
been doit.g all In their power ol lata to circulate a miliciou
report against my moral character, to defame and slander roe,
to lessen me in th estimation of tb public, f ome of them
bad the au'lactty to tell one of the peraona who went befor
tbe Bishop to jusiify my court, that th sooner I would leav
Ashtabula, th betier for ni
la America the around for the exercise of this Infernal
tvrann, 1 Here there i no Inquisition, and a man need not
be afraid of bis ill, to utter his opinion upon matter of
raitn sou aecinne.
A respect fur my own character, and a desire to justify mv
elf before an intelligent and respectable community through
th colums of your weekly, will b my apology for troubling
you Vila mes line, i rvniaiu, yours,
RICHARD JOSEPH AYLWARD.
late Roman Catholic Priest, Ashtabua.
Cleveland Market-June 24.
Salasabbbl BuperBu at $4,00 aad several
bbl lot at $,M, o,62X and 6,74 for red weat double extra
and $6,60 fur wb't wheat do.
W heat Sale 1 car on track at ft ,23 1', and 1 ear free oa
board and 8,00 bushel do. from Elevator at $1,234"; lleark
and 2,000 bush, free on board at $1,23 ; 1 car whit
Corat 1 ear on track at 6Se.
Oata dale 1 ear at 60,',c, on track 1 ear from ator at
S2e and 6,600 bush on private term.
Battlar Remain dull. Sale fair to good Central
Kgge-Sale 10 bbl atlZe.
Oil Carbon U held at 0c in bond, and 60c tree: Blnseed
New York Market-June 24.
Cotton Jtfarisf aim adits as! 2c la 3 htUtr.
mt WtH&Ufer Middling Vpltndt.
1' I Mr Afar As I trreafar, unuUUi, mad far common
grtdtt of WuUn fover.
mt $644,66av tztrm 5 at i t,f 56,00 fmr txXrm
round hoof OA, $ 60(37,60 r Indt mrmmdo. ilorktt eU$.
tmg dull mud uultltd.
WMcat-JIarssI ope.U jb-si aaa1 clotd taar of tit
ewysr , nu AassVr ator dunned lo rraiis
' ' r- -
7s mmlumro l$l,lol,J4or Ckiemgo Soring, $1,25(8
l,3r Milwiulut CM, 1,4KJ1,7 fur msfirrnl rTcafsra.
Cwrai Afartrl le, (ever, ssifA so- ttsasaa!. Solu
UXISnic, climug at IA iasiaa arioj
Oata Aaarsat 2c loour, with mart doiug.
XVlVtrufirm mod iaair (syarry, optcmUlioo.
Da. Tobias' Venetian Hoasc liniment. Dint
bottles at fifty cents each, for lameness, cuts,
gang, cone, ppraiua, sc., warranted cneaper
than any o ber. It is used by all the great
horsemen ou Long Island courses. It will not
care ring bone nor spa io. as there is no liniment
in-existeuce tbat will, what It is stated
cure it Dn.itivr.lv does. JVo owner of korset
' KiM be without it after trying One bottle. One
j doae revives and olten aavea the l.re of an over-
heated or driven borne. For colio aod belly.
ache it bas never failed just as sere as the son
rises, just so sure Is this variable Liinioient
be the Horse embrocation of tbe day. bold by
all druggists. Office, 56 Cortlaodt Street, New
Bcrroa fioata Masufaotdbi There Is
strong prejudice against articles of American
manufacture, justly, too, in many cases, but not
with De Land k Co.'s Chemical Saleratus.
This is tbe best article in existence for cooking
. ww amnwa are agios' Eajthsri
a-aa.a, v. ........
oda. whert tbit aaleratus ia ataeb b'
Ma. EniToa, As ao individual, most sin
cerely do I thank Facio" for his very just re
buke of the N. T. Independent, in eulogising
such " QbriaUatri", as Stonewall Jackson. If
Jaekson was Dot a sioner, rtd with tbe blood
of good mea murdered by bis treason, and
black with tbe darkest crimes committed against
oar country aod humanity, then beaten only
koowe where we shall find sinners this side of
tbe Infernal regions. Benedict Arnold soogbt
to gratify his malice and rereoge by betraying
an Important fortress into the hands of a foreign
enemy, and be is execrated as ao unmitigated
traitor, so base tbat the halter would bare been
deemed mercy, compared with tbe claims of
justice. Jackson, after being fostered as a
favorite aod educated io the use of arms that
he might serve bis country as a loyal subject,
enters into a base conspiracy with otber trai
tors, to overthrow the government of his coun
try by plunging it into one of the most cruel,
fratricidal civil wars that ever cursed the world;
when, lol after death has laid the rebel in the
dust, suddenly he is canonised as an illustrious
saint, and his i: jured country called to admire
the manly virtues and eminent piety of tbe
fallen hero of the rebellion. Poor Arnold! no
record was made of bis prayers and ecclesiasti
cal staoding, and no monument will ever bless
his memory. But Jackson's pious record and
immortality is secured by the fact that Jbe waa
an Elder in the Presbyterian Church, very
strict and devout io observing all tbe rituals of
bis cred, and in saying bis prayers.
Kttw, Mr. Editor, I have no desire to fix the
locality of Stonewall Jackson io another world,
or pronounce on his eternal destiny. If be'
tween his fall and dying gasp he repented of bis
rebellion and found mercy, all good men will re'
juice, and adore the matchless grace of inBnite
compassion. Bat with " Facio" I do desire to
bear testimony against tbat pseodo sympathy
so prevalent in certain directions. The ten
dency is to impress the public mind with the
conviction tbat while Secession is wrong, "in
the ubilracl,' nevertheless the North is fighting
against some of the best men iu ' the nat'on
Indeed, while we are devoutly fasting and
praying at the North for the overthrow of re
bellio'n, a vaBt amount of piety and prayer at
the South is fasting and praying for its success
so that a part of the nation is represented as
petitioning heaven for the perpetuity of onr
glorious Union and Republican Government,
while a large part as devoutly are entering their
protest and sending np their remonstrance 1 1
Permit me to say, tbat prayer is not always
proof of piety, nor does it at ways sanctify the
cause it professes to commend to propitious
heuven. Some of old were devout, and offered
j money and long prayers, yet their piety drew
forth no approval from the heart-searching Sa
vior, but rather an exposure of their hypocrisy,
because it was a covering for their oppression
aod cruelty I
When Mabommed went forth to convert the
world, prayer aud the sword were united iu his
mission, yet Christendom offers no eulogy on
the piety of the False Prophet. When the
Crusuders sought to redeem the IIMy City
from the " Infidel,' heaven was besieged with
prayer that success might reward the sacrifice
and piety of the mnUitudo, yet Christendom
hurdly ready to endarse that mission as 'ap
proved of God . Few causes aio so bad but what
tbey have their religious devotees. Even
Southern Confederacy, conceived by the most'
corrupt politicians,. born and matured into ac
tivity by perjury, treason, stealing aud untold
hypocrisy, aud now reeking with the blood
loyal citizens, proclaims its fasts and thanks,
givings, multiplies its conference and prayer
meetings, aod even informs as of religious
awkeoings and of joyful pooverts.
Is the ki: gdom of heaven divided as well
the nation? Nay ! If God ia with tbe North
in this struggle, then lie is not with the S utb;
and Stonewall Jackson's piety, in opposing the
North, and that of bis brethren, must be
lo something else than tVMfA and tbe
spirit of God, for God is not the author
confusion and ontlawry and treason.
But I vih to offer another reason in opposi
tion to the course of tbe Independent upon
subject. It fritters away tbe crime of treason,
or renders it a comparative nality a mere civil
offense tbat scarcely affects moral character.
understand government to be a divine institu
tion, sustained by the sanctions of ull law, civil
and divine. A rebel, therefore, is a sinner
against God and his country. Can an intelli
gent man, then, act the part of a traitor and
in fellowship with God f Pray, then, what
the name of commoo sense can be do to vitiate
bis Christian character I Will law and justice
doom bim to the baiter, while piety exalts bira
to heaven ? If so, what a colony may be sent
off to Paradise some day wbeo Jefx. 11a vis
Co. expiate their civil crimes.
But the subject is too serious to indulge in
cheerful conceit, lue Independent is wrong.
Mr. Beecber must revise bis code of charity.
The man in whose garments are found the blood
of loyal freemen, shed by his bands while seek
ing to overthrow a government ordained
God and established lor tbe maintamance
liberty and justice, is not a Christian hero,
model of piety, whose rare Christian virtues
must obliterate from our minds all record
past crimes. Let the South and the North
member tbat good government is ordained
God, aod is for the punisbaient of evil doors,
aod they that resist shall receive to themselves
damnation. Unman theories aod creeds may fur
nish each anomalies as inward saints andootward
sinners, or pious praying generals fighting
oppression and rebellion, but tbe Good Book
provides for no such complex characters. ''By
their fruits ye shall know them," aoeme to
the rule of charity. Alt beyond is apocraphal.
Nay, a false charity, which " Saitb unto
Re-tored. Captain J. A. Dewey,
Ohio Volunteer Infantry of Ausiiuburg,
la ely demisted the sorvice oi charge
baviiiir sold a negro at Memphis. IVnnes-
i i e ,i viT ri
' UB8' "7 r(J,ir 0f 1,16 '"r AJopa. IfUeUl,
been honorably restored to ms command
The whole affair proves to hare been
, lain Dewey readily proved bira self, in
moe. fueno unrt .n imnn.it inn nnnn lh
. 7 . . . T r . .
authorities oy citizens wno were witnout
any real knowledge of facts as to Captain
Dewey's guilt, la the examination Uap-
fullest sense, innocent of any such action,
and returns at ouce.
He is tbe happiest who does the most
1.I11 nitiora hat.no Tha invsnlnr of Harriott
Allen's Gold Medal Saleratus must be the ban-
piest mail iu existence, for we buzzard nolbiog
fn ..yion;, that the ase of the Qol.i Medal Sclera-
, Saleratos cannot fail-to make a bappy boueo-,
; held Our better-half says she does not fear
to j our ever frowning as. long as she can get
genuine Herrick Allena We aay success
tbe inventor, and if everybody knew bow good
it is, no other would be need. A good many
of our Merchants have it. Their depot is
Liberty Street, New Tork.
Diabrbosa k Dysentery will Dciiut
Volunteer far mori tbao tbe bullets of
eoemy, therefore let every man see to it that
carries with bim a full supply of bollowat's
'- v4u anri tha Crimea saved
ills. Their oae iu .
9autvds of British 8olditn.
Latent fromllolmet Count Tht War I
ISTZT " A 1C Aleve Kmr rewscrrxs a lea
dtri to be given up Nobody Killed Aa-
tbentio news from tbe Holmes connty re-
a .a a .1 I AT a 1
Del loo aayj mat toe war is over, urutr
once morreiATos In Hoi res coontr. The
laws have been vindicated, and tbe author
ity of tbe Government maintained
The reported battle witb lose of life is a
canard. There has been only one skirmish
tbat at the stonewall, described io m for
mer account, in which one or. two rebel
wese wounded and some prisoners taken.
Tbe Insurgents have given np two of the
original prisoners wbo were arrested by
the Marshal, and tbe otber two are to be
forthcoming. Some of tbe rcscoers are al
io given op, and no obstructions to the ar
rest of Ilia oilier ia to lie made. Arrests
nr r . i. i,i: i . ... I
ui avuiv vi uic iv;iim.iii ninui IVJIIbO BIS BIOV I
to be made, if they can be found, (which
is considered somewhat doubtful.) 1 he
enrollment is to be completed, tbe insurg
ents to disperse, tbe military to be with
drawn, which is already done, with the ex
ceptiein of one hnndiedmen, wbo are left
to see that the agreement is complied with
in irood faith, lue balance of the force in
arid In hava eons In Wstuv Piiehnptnn
saiu to nave gone to waisaw, connocion
county, to -reguiate' some insurgents id
The Convention which nominated
atidigham was held a day too soon.
a 11(1 I
Iiext day OVer two thousand rebel prisoners
nrtivpn in tha romilue tiiilfoenut iifiifnrm
. . . : o 1
who would have been a large aceestH'Q to
t bo assembled crowd without any danger
nf disturbing tbe harmony of its proceed-
Gardner & TlgaMiNo's Circus will exhibit
here next Tuesday, June 30th. We see it
spoken of in high terms by the press through
out trie Mate.
In Monroe, on the 2Jilh dav of June, br J. R. Coox. Kaq.
Miss. Kaciiaxl Ax Thokrto.i, of Monroe, to Mr. Din.ua
8T-ve-xn, of Ashtabula.
Io Wisconsin, on tbe 28th of May, Fredrick
W. (Jari.iri.ic, of hast baginaw, to Miss. Jose
phine Watrous, daughter of Orlando Wat-
In Trumbull, June 12, Okfra, only daughter ot Edward
ana mart iikakkxax, aged jo year.
Id'Kiuit Ashtabula. June 18th, E.m.en T
Dunsiiee. wife of H. S. Dunjiikb, re 29 years
Iu Orwell, on tbe 12th of June, of Consump
tion, Miss. Loct A. Howard, aged 35 years,
daughter olijuloncl lino. A. Howard.
lo Ashtabula, on the 17th inst., of Diptheria,
Wiu.iK J. son of Gkorue F. and Ellen Cask,
aged one year.
In Ottowa, LaSalle county, Illinois, in the
65th year of her age, Mrs. Olbvia Town, the
mother of our K'liow-citizeo 11. U. I omdes.
Painesville Telegraph please copy.
Jl'he Soldier's True Friend !
. cur th common, yet oreaotui complaint, too lueorean.
tiwir .very lady lo the land auffers from Uila complaint. Th
Tine marches, sore and stiff joints, blistered and Inflamed
feet, all these the Holdi. innst endure. MUI HEK!, hsj-
Mfe.MKF.lt THIS, when your eons are crasptng tbetr musaeu
to meet dsiurer: think wliat relief a single not of this ALL
HRAl.It.fS ND COOl.INt) Salve will eiv to tbe on vou
hire when far away from home an t friends. It hardens and
makes touirb the feet so that they can endure crest fatigue.
II soothes and relieves tne lnnsoie(l4nd stttreneo joints, tear
lug them supple, stronf aod vigorous, vakil for
Sabre Cu'sand Gunshot Wounds
It stands nnequaled, removing rd preventing every vcalifre
nfinflammation; and gently drawing the edge together, it
quickly and completely heal the moat frightful wound.
Wives and Sisters of our Volunteers!
Yon cannot pnt into" the Knapsacks or yonr Husbands and
Brothers a inor valuabl or more necessary gift than a sup
ply ol this
Extraordinary Military Salve.
Tlie lonely sentry walking his rounds at night, exposed to
drenching rains aud chill night air. Is often seised with most
VIOLENT PAINS, COUI1H and 8lTKKiCATINO HOAKME-KE-IS,
flrat symptoms of QUICK CONSUMPTION .but Ifsup-
6 Had with HOLLOU'AY'S TILLS and HOLLOWAY'S OIN'i'
ENT.all dancer is averted, a few I'll Is taken niiiht and
morning, and the Ointment briskly rubbed twice a day over
tne tttroat and cnest win remove tne miieki.si i-ainm,
and elop the moat distressing or DANGEROUS COUUH.
Therefor we say to th whol army:
Soldiers, Attention ! I
See to yonrown health, do nnt trnst to the Armv sopplle
although most valuable. These Pills nd OINTMKNT hav
been thoroughly teated, they ar the only remedies used in
th European Camps and Barracks; for over forty years Doc
tor Holtoway has supplied sll the Armies In Europe, and dur
ing tbeCRIMEAN CAMI'AIDN he established a depot at Bal
aclava, for the exclusive sale of these ORKAT REMEDIES;
many a time his special Agent there ha sold over a ton in
weight of the Ointment In a single day! These terrible and
fatal enetnie of the SOLDIER IN CAMP,
DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, SCURVY, SORES and SCROF
ULOUS ERUPTIONS, all disappear like a charm before these
Pill snd OinUneut, and now, while the Cry riujSi throughout
To Arms I To Arms ! 1
Do ant let these brave men perlah by disease, place in their
hands these PRECIOUS REMEDIES, that will enable them to
resist the dangernns exposures, the Fevers, the Chills, aud the
wounds which tbey cannnt avoid, and what ia more, cannot
frequently get succor in the moment of need, whereas, if our
brave men have only to put their hands Into their Knapsacks
and 6nd there a sure remedy for all Ihe caabaltie of th battle-field,
how many thousands ol lives would thus be saved
who would otherwise perish befor relief could h obtained.
rjT C ACTIOS None ar genuine unless th words
(ioi.LnwAV, Nhw York ano Loxoox," are discernible aa
Wottr-mark In every leaf of the book of directions, around
each pot nrbox; tbe same may be plainly seen by holding tkm
lemto fas light. A handsome reward will he given to any
one rendering such information aa may lead to the detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting the -medicine or vend
ing th asm, knowing them to be spurious.
a O-IA -. .1.. ... r..4r.n n PmCana Till TAW I V
Maiden Iuie, New York, and bv all respectable Drugifist
and Dealers In Medirine throughout th civilised world,
pots, at Hoc. Sc, and tl each.
j-y There hi a'oousiderabl saving by taking the larger
N. B. Directions for tbe guidance of patient la every
disorder are sfhied to each box.
A Card to the Ladies.
Dr. Duponco't Golden Pith for Females.
Infallible in correcting, regulating and removing obstructions,
from whatever cause, and return nature to lta
TIIE Combination of Inuredients in Dr.
Dunonoo's Golden Pills ar perfectly harmless. They
have been used in the private practice of Dr. Duponco for over
thirty years and thousauds of ladies can testify to their great
and never failing sucobm in almost every case, in correcting
irregularitiea, relieving painful and distresaiug menstruation,
particularly at tbe change of life. From Ave to ten Pills will
cure the common, yet dreadful complaint, the lueoreah.
Nearly every lady io the land Buffers from tliiscomplaint. Tb
above pill ha permanently cured thnuaanda,and will cute yon
If vou nse them. They cannot harm you oo the contrary.
thev remove all obstructions, restore nature to lta proper
Held hy UE0. WILLAKD, Sol Agent for Ashtabula
LADIES! By sending him tl.00 to th Ashtabula roat Of.
' channel, and Invigorate the wnoie eyetem. rrtic. loo per
Townahlp and County
gee can bar the pill sent to any part of th county, free
postage bv mail.
' Pi, h Bewara of Coamterfelt e.
Bnt ao Golden Pills of any kind unleaa th box is signed
n Uu... All others are a base imposition and unsafe: there.
fore, aa you value your Urea and health, (to say nothing
being bumOUggeu OUI yvur uw. ij J m. r voir ui mm. .uu
.hn tha aliruature of S. D. Howe on the box. which haa re
cently been added on account of the Pill being counterfeited.
The Ingretnenw eompoaing hi.w. puts ... maw uu..
vry Agent, and they will tell yoa they ara safe, and will
rr"0.?"liul7L,np. . j.v. a r.- r..
Moody k Clark. Palnviil, O. Wholl In New York,
Hal. i -u& SIX x
" T r
WARD SMITH, by the withdrawal
of t. W . CarlUla, has agaia boon th aol proprl-
tor of tbe
Tanning and Currying Business,
at th aid stand la th elllag ol Ashtabula, wbar wtllbt
found at ail tune a general asaoruaaus oi
Boot and Shoe findings, French Calf, Kip
. Linintr and Topping- Skins,
For aalo at Wboleeal and Retail, aa cheap at aa b fcond
AO atries havtsf Itote aad Acoount wllk aw, are aM
cenUi vvwoteuau a.
TTnelrnll Ar. Rnri
vrr ... , n. w .
Would Inform the Teople tf Ohio and
Fact No. I.
IS tbat Gen. Bnrnaide will take Rich
SOB la Via thaa tw week, en ilia
Abraham the Illinois Rail splitter,
' Pr1 ,h "oihl. So vou see you can Bnd verv
lroulpioto, Doueedof:jnrr . Aud in
f act iNo; JV,
I be and to wla anemer or later. Aad k a. a
vise as tostUl fO aa and famish h people with
Food and Raiment
atowr extreme Ijr aod atatesoaatable LOW PRICKS , a.
Fact No 17,
That there I ant In Ben I rh ted AthUbola, a snore Ceavplete
er better Selected Stock of
than errr, Vou hi before Hie late edrinee, and will h aetd
acoordintlf. They will atvaen AWI.t'L 1'ILR of Hoods for
Hacks, wltb my ruts uteraoa, aaa avue
Fact No. III.
That tby also bar a PU of
lioolt and oiots,
Hatt and Caps,
ltd by th advlc f Mrs. Abraham and th llltl Abe, w
sr. eraniinea our store whb
Ton will Snd they take all kind of PRODUCE, or any thing
tha Farmer or Mechanic has to cell for their good.
Fact No. V,
Ttr .ll l r.. - ty ttr I L M nM1.a u..
prepared, an lon-t mention Trust, it ha become worn out
luurei; en a.
Yon will la
Fact No. VI;
Paying CaSB for Floor and 'all Kg Iloepi
Fact No. VII.
at least 10 per cent by buy lug f ae,
le No. VIII.
That Old Mechanic Row Is soon to rive place to a more
eommooioua and imposing struetur. forth accommodation
of onr increasing business.
Call and se us, one uonr oouw Ol tne roar .rrno.
AshtabuU. Nov. 28, 1862. HASKELL k SON.
ATAshtabula, June 30.
GARDNER & HEMMING'S
Kntiralr rmolvli tnJ rafitUd Uw
tb SM4)t of lftUS, with antirtj
MEW BAND WAGON,
NEW BAOOAOE WAGONM.
tntl Ttrythtnf Elt-fttnt In th x
Irame aitd which. In point of bautf,
ccala th outfit of any TraraltsH
bhow In America.
ta laifo and comfortable, and ia aor
ranf ed ao aa to afford itM and cont
fort to tha patroua of thia Eatabatak
THE STUD OF HORSES
' wltl tlatm partitrular attention u
thay ara among tha purest blooded,
and beat trained animal in tha world.
Proninent among whom atanda tli
Great Talking Horse
Beautiful thorouf h-bred Arabian
Charger, who will be introduced br
hie trainer, Mr. DAN l-AIIUNtH.
Among tb I'oniei will be found
Camilla, Fire Fir, Prinee, Jupiter,
Dancing Star, Luc Lonf, trey Eag 1
The Eduoated Mules
DAN AND DICK,
trill be tntrodueed br Dan Gardner,
in rariaty of .La ug halt la aferfor-
THE CONMNr OF PERFO'MEAS
Compria th Isvrgeet and beet that
rr trareled. Great Ex pent haa
a-aen incurred In bringing them to
gether, and we inland to gir th
Beat Circus Entertainmant
that haa rr been witaaaeed In tbi
ao unity, iook at th
ui udg for yurlral
Mr. Riohard HemmingB,
th greet American H ore man, and
light Hope Dancer. He will appear
t each Entertainment . in a great
rviety of hie thrilling Performance.
the Old and Farorit Clow. A
good Clown ia aa neceexary to a Cireu
a bread ia to breakfast, the publie
ay congratulate themselrea upon
. seeing the happy aon of JHomua at
Th Little Fairy of th Arena,
Miss Eliza Gardner,
U certainly th beat Female Equee
trtan in existence. She executes th
tost elegant and elaaaic motiona, com
bined with daring Leaping, aplendid
Dancing, fcc, upon tbe back of her
spirited horse, while at full motion,
concluding with her dashing act of
LEAPING THHOUtiH 16 fialUona.
the extraordinary Contortionist and
wonderful Boneiesa wen, hie per
fbrmancea must be seen to be believed.
the People's Jesterone of th most
original and laughabl Clown that
rer entered ring.
The Polish Brothers.
These astonishing Gymnasts will ap
peer in a variety of tlieir classical and
George R. DeLouia,
will appear In hia perform sncra on
ihe Homontal Bar, and introduce th
TKAlaNED IM-H1 JfcNNY LI. SO,
In her Amusing and Entertaining
Tricks. Together with
Mme C a mi lie,
the Beautiful Equestrienne.
La Petite Camille,
)ie pleasing' Danaaus.
faa Pecket Clowu.
ntl the excellent Company who fill
ed Cannula at Hshhiho a Amphi
theatre, Philadelphia, nightly, lor t
ffriod of four months.
Th entertainment will eamsMn
with the ,
A ZOUAVE HALT
Th Performance will compria
very variety of Trick Hiding. 8Vne
sliding. Tumbling, Oymnaatic Ki
tloits. Two and Four Horse Hiding
c, kc, with Muser by the Hand.
All under the immediate directi&n of
The GRAND PROCESSION wilt
nurtown about 10 .'d A.M., dar
Ing which the Band will disco urea
moat baauUJul music.
Twe PERFORMANCES each pay,
Doe re a pen at 3 and 7 P. M. Per
formattc to commenc Ivaif an hoitr
Admission, 25 Cents.
alO aULF ntlCB.
otl Conneavt, Jvnelth.
Jit Painesville, July 1st.
Snuff & Tobacco Manufacturer,
16 fc 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
(Foimerly 42 Chamber Street, New Yrk,
Would eall tb attention or Dealer to th artlel f hhj
Fin Rappee, fur Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Kechiioehes,
Amercan Gentleman, Copenhagen.
Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch,
Uigh Toast Scotch, reh Honey Dew Seotch,
Irish High Toast, Froth Seotch.
17 Attautlm 1 called to the tarn reduction ia prise
of nn-ut Chewing and Smokiug Tobaooo, which will a
foaad of a superior quality.
mi cut cniwmo. bmokino.
P. A. L, or plain 8. Jago,
a 1. Cavendish ar Sweat. Buauun,
No. J. Sweet Scented Oroanen, Canaster,
No. 1 k f mlied. Tin Foil Cavandlsh. Turkbh
N. B A circular f prioM will b ant Ow aaullostloa. 1 yW4
TTATS of Efr Dr-atriplion rrx'tiived
XX thi day, and will wld at th most reasonable rata
By . s. asnsii
AshtabuU April r ,1SAS.
Butter and Produce Wanted.
1 A Tons of Good Bntter, 1,000 Doreo
IU of Egga. for which th highs laartot prieo will b
paid. Moat kind, o athat ProAuoe take ta auhaaawtu
noAa at Caak pries.
D&M1& Rocta for S&le.
A LOT of the choicest kinds of Dahlia
Root may he vaad, aroperly labeled, for sal. t the
Store of J. T. Hnhertaoa. DAVID UVBOIS.
Aahaabala, Anvil 14, Ian,
How to Make $5 ft Day,
When all other Effort! have
HOOD A CO., 186 Broadwav. New
York, have Jnst published ONE HUNDRED T Al
t' ABU BKCRKTS, paeeesaini tbem, any one, male or
female, can eaillv make Us dev. without capital, m any
dty or villas. Every one should poaseea thee Seaream, for
they ar worth S'sW to any in(l or married person. Home
wi lueae r-eerex nave nei mm tor aw eacn. 'aw anmr
enst na tito for th rlsht to publish It. When yea awe own
tbnn yeas will never part with tbem mr money. Several
aerson ar bow makrne S120 par month hy the Secret.
alone. . By them any person may make money easily and
rsyt.lly. We aev on Bonk of Secret for U oenta, two
ople (0 cants, club of Sv sjuplea l. Band Uoveramml
Shed Iron and Copper Wart,
XrOCLD announpe to the pnhlic. that
w Ji haa onened a Shoo sfalo St. Ashtabula, ormo-
tlt th store of at O. Dick, tliree door eooth of the Hank,
for all kinds of Jobbing, and work iu his line
wtileh will a atUadod to with proniptDM and la a workman-
From ten rear exDerlene In Eastern end Wester ellles,
and an. amount of enoalpr praraloe," he ha tbe fullet eoo-
nu.nee inat ne can le sstlslaatlon to an.
Tin Roofing, Setting of Hot-Air Faroaces,
GutleriDg aod Ere-trooghs,
win reeelr speelal and resdf attention.
All kinds of War will also be kept constant' f on rand for
Wholesale an! Retail. Store, and Aloe Farnttnr. Hollow
Ware. Tin and Copper Boilers, Tea Settle and Suit Pipe,
kept an band ana made to order.
Old Copper, Bra, Iron, Ksjs, and CASH, taken In ex
change. C. AVKRY.
Asulabola, Ohio. Maxell 4, 18S. CMJ
PERFECT FAST COLORS.
LIST OF COLORS.
DIack, Black Brown, Snoff Brown, Light
Browo, Dark Bine, Light Blue, Dark Green,
Light Greco, Pink, I'urplc, Slate, Crim
son, Salmon, Scnrlet, Dark Drab,
LiKbl Drab, Yellow, Light Yel
low, Orange, Magenta, Sol
fcrino, French Blue,
Roy. I Purple,
FAMILY DYK COLOKS,
Far Pylng Fllk. Woolt-n and Mixed Goods, Sliavli. Rnrfs,
litvatten, Klbbonn. O I ores, Ro)iH:t-i, liati, Feathers
KU Gloves, Chlidron'i Clothing, and all klnda of
wenrlna: A pfmtl,
wltb perfect fut colors.
SAVING OP 80 PER CENT.
Tbem Dym at mixed Id th form of powder concentrat
ed, are thorough 1 tented, and pot np lo neat package. For
twenty-lire eenta you can color as maoy girod as would
otherwise enat Bt time that aaiti. The proce ta ! triple
and any nna can tue tbe Dyea with perfect success, Direc
Manolactared by TIOVE k STEVENS Broadway
For aale by A. IIF-NDRT, AfvhUbuU, aad by by Dragglst
and Dealer generally. ftt&tim
The Great Piano and Mtlodeon Dealer
of the Western Valley 1
ScTantccik Year In tna Builncn I
Down with Humbugs, and No League with Trailer t
Good Pianos and Melodeons Good as Gold
Toor ooes good for Xotliing.
TRADE OF 1S03.
General OJfice, and Post OJfuc Address,
Mr 11ALL, linvins just completed ar-
rangments for all the First Class Piano and Melodeons la
U. A. liegs leave to thenk his numerous pstrons lor their
fldenee and favors, and by continuance of hi invariable
ol of doing the fair thing," hope, thia year, to furnish
more or tbese One loatrumeots tbat will make merry ana
a muitiiuae oi nean witn sweet aiusic. -
Seventeen Years Experience
with a good knowledge of musie, and an "eye out to ezeer
trade, enable Mr. H. to boast of a urcea almost nnparalieled.
ip the history of any similar business to the valley ol tb west
An Area of nearly 50,000 Sqqare Miles,
I the "baa of hla operations," having eanwd to be mid near
ly 6,000 Instruments, amounting to over $600,000. These
were from me nrsi lactone in ui mien, ana oi ouurse jiav
given universal lauAiacuon.
An enterprising town 60 miles Esst nf Cleveland, la Mr flail',
general V. O. Addrea, where la located his General Oflice,
and any letter, however distant, directed to him, will receive
"W by not hail from a city," 1 often asked. It cost $2,000
additional expense to keep up a Koom In a city. By avo.ding
this exrense, Mr. Hall saves about $'20 on each Inalruniont
the puichaser, and by having It come dliect Irom the factory
you kmmo you get a new on.
Cheap PiaDos Worthless.
By cheap rianoe Is meant, those advertised at IIM. $174
and A'Aio, claiming great improvementa, warranted for A years
ana claiming to u better man u oia, tne masses, worui
tMQ, or $4u0.
Be Dot Deceived.
The Whole thing I a humbug, and well calculated to tain
with those who are looking for what they eall Mgreat bar
gains," and are willing to eudure a poor tiling if it can only
be got cheap. Good maker arc like angel' visit, and their
Hauos cost money.
Choice of Pianos, &e.
sir. H. la not confined to the sale of any particular Pianos,
but wilt furnish any food make in thi euuutry or Euroue.
When it Is desired, sir H, will" give bis customers th beuetlt
ol hi xurteuce to ui selection oi rianos ami auiuoeou.
Field of Operations.
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois. Wisconsin and Western Psnnsviva
aia, are the ground-stork for future trade, aod instrument
will be oelivered free or cnarg wueo desired aud guaranteed
to ereiy parueular, ar mooey reiundea.
Three Cents Postage
Is all It will cost yoa to writ to Mr Hall, however dlstan
you may live, and get valuable Iniormatloo about instruments
and it you are not "handy with a pen," gel oui triei-d
writ for you. You can sav money.
Clergymen, Poet Masters, Teacher And other ar request
ed to act as agenta where none are established, aud a liberal
allowance wltl be made for all aale or valuable iuformatlun
furnished, howevr distant.
In Ohio. Indiana, Illlnola, and Western Pennsylvania, wishing
lo advert laa tor Mr H. toward a l laoo or Alai.oon,
please addrsas Mr illl oo th subject. Mr li. wishes to
in at least 100 journal.
Who is Going to Bay T
P.rader, hav you heard your brother, lister, neigh
friend, talking about buying an Instrument sometime r write
to Mr H. send the nam, ailura. ae. and if a saAe 1 nuule
you will be entitled to a percentage. Mr II. la row buying
blow jobbing prices, and can suoiqio oivia in prunu.
It Is wbeo our Instrument and methed of doing business
are contrasted with that of many otheis, tbi peop1 can
appreciate the superiority of our Pianos and Melrdeona,
our auece ia then aa sur a th toaroh of tuu."
Mor than 600 Ctairrmen. teschera, prnfessnre. pnblle
and a host of other of steniog integrity, wbo are acpuaintcd
with Mr Hail', Instruments, aud bis me mod of doing business
would take pleasure la speaking of them in tb highest term.
Second Hand Pianos and Melodeons
taken In exehane for new. at fair rat, and tb same
put In good order and kept for sale. A good stock now
band to b told aheap.
Piano Toning, 4c.
Mr Hall haa associated with him Mr 8. 8. FASarrT, a
tuner of Wall known ability, who la eouueteut
rebuff, regulate, or make any repair a piano aver ass 1 1 a,
th very beat manner.
Richardson's New Method,
A Book for ta Piano and Melodeoa, a person ean afford
to do without Will be nnt free to aoy address, oa receipt
of 13, tbe price of th book. All kind, of Imiructioa Book,
Bneet Maile, aa. seal pouur '"i" -
Addre GtfO. HAIA, Musi Dealer.
AshUboU. March S, ISSS.
saw o n
edojkojairii )t9iQ aux UUU
aq u aa
SIX Ter Cent Bond called
Tl.a Twantl.a fce Bala at tha
Farmers' Bank of Ashtabula.
Bankable saoaay received. Th lead ara aayabla, prin
cipal and Uitret,la Cola, aaa
AabUhala, a., April Sa, IIM.
ar exesnnl tram tasaiioa.
Au JT. atllBBAlUs, Cashier,
WANTED A Journeyman, and aa
v prewtloe th BtevwaMwiklM Boriosw
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philsc.
alila. Pa. DisMS rsf VS XtUTOrS STSTF Vir
Sraraaatorrbe ar Seminal Waakaeea ImnMaaea, r frtli '
Aeesnra) ef the Svnual "riraea, Fhrrlasl lbmt anA rrewa
wrr IsseaT rasw east rlhs teaaiaMni, en nraresos ww
Hwrrl Aanelarln. Kent br Bull, In ald Mie ewrel.
or-ufrof ehanes? A4lr lr. SKIU.IN BlU'OH m: ,
HowarA AafOelaUow, No. t Sooth Klatk HieA,rillll.i
orr ALL KINDS. f
Also, Warthnaaa track, Lwttar resea, ant A. '
FAIRBANK. SRKtN LtAf ft Oa
17S Laa Street, Cttlaas)
ol la ClonlanA br I. F o S amrf ."
aarafnl to bny err tbe geealne. f
Has RdBoted his Stock f Qood,-'
StoTcs, Tie' Ware,
to the (tor formerly ooeuped aa a Markai, aaari .-
It his old stand
Thankful mr past tnor and patronr t atala a, nan! a.
the pnblle to be bind eaonge to eall at mr new. stand haet- lj'
purchased, Stted op and permanent', looated wrreelf, OW".ln-
the Fisk Ilonee, I will endea.or to aeenftiniodat aij trteiJ
and th pulilie wl.h ererrthlng In my Un. sweh a
Htore. Tin, Copper and Blieet Iron, Brittaalu,
and Glass-ware, Goal Oil Lamps,
Jsppaned Ware, TV 8er Tern, Cattery, Piaipt.
Nails and some I lard ware snd Catlery,
Brass aod Knatneed Kettles, Woodoo War-.
Home Rakes, Cnltivaiors, mower and reap
Grinders, Scythes, Forks, 8hoels Ppades, Ajte.-,
Axe Helres, c. to.
Allow m lo T with retard to mf Fli-st CTasa Ptmea .
I ean refer to roanjr of the best eitlsen of AshUbela and t
elnlty to show that tbe; ar airing a good MttisBaMlao aa as 7
store In the country. ,
Ol.e nie a eall oppoalt th Plak House, reeolteet.
AshUbnla. Jan. 1. ISO. T. Med CIRC
APPOIKTUBKStS FOU ISSt.
Dlt. S..G. CLARK, Gernsn Tformod'
Botanic Physician and Surgeon,
Will consult patients for chronic dlseaao ol vorj
free of charge,
at Hi following time and places, daring the piesent rear
CoaAlT, Tremnnl lloaoe
A.IITAKI-L4, f isk llouae
Gexkta, llnion llouae.
yAfilao.v, Kiclian. . ,
Faikhtii.lr. Cos-le House
1 J 2 1
J 8 J
J 7 4 9
In 6 5 ;o
n " s il
a j e I t .
il JLS J;J
c ml s n (
Iir. Clark lujYlnjr liadorer twenty year ranerleno la
treatment of elironle dlaetse of every ehrec)er KsntoiAl
f the Throat and I.t'xos, will glre perfeet satlsfsctlon to a '
who may apply for relief .
Hs.iu- hd a ueccasful prrlce In the ahorw named pie
e for seeeral years unparalle'ed snoeess of which aatiafae
toty refereeos ean be given. All medloine prescribed, .n t
opeimting sstl.factorllr. titer money shell be refunded.
Price nf kledWne for One Month, from S3 to $3. Th Bw
tor can he consulted th last two wwek nf erery month, t
Ms reiii.lence. No. 62 Garden Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 1
Office Address Box 1711 .
Treserve this for Referenot).
Cleveland, Jan. 18nS. 8. O. CLARK, V. D.
130RK W A.NTED. 20.000 lbs. Pork
f. latht Ece.vranted oo Notes and Arenun, and la Ex
lisillf: O ! iC"U. CEOROB WIULAR
Ati a;tJ.DK'!' 18SJ.
Hats and Caps.
PALM Leaf. Straw, and Leghorn Ha'.
Soft Felt Hat. MoOllan. Buraild. Port Royal, and eth
er itylea. Boys light smsll cheeked Summer Cap st
Silk Goods, Shawls and Hosiery.
BLACK Dres Silks, and Fane, Silks e?
nrlee far below the market. Foolard Sllka. F.oraj.'
and MsrcllneSllk.:Brocbc, Thibet, and Chasroere Shawls',
Black ollk abawla, Hosiery, ana biova oi an aino as
EAVY, and Fine Brown Oottoni, Cot
ton t'm, Batting, Wadding, ncnlma. Stripes, Tick, Heave :
Summer Oooda for Men and Boy wear. Bleached Cottons, at"
ve-y low prices, for the tuwai, at
May 1st '6'i. UORMSOirt.
Pennsylvania Central R.
with It eonnaetiorst
Is A First Class Route to all the East
ern Cities Speed, Safety and Comfort Ston Ballasted an)
Free from Dual Baggage Cheeked Through Tie mim Free.
Two Train leav Cleveland dally, via '
ClevaUsd and PlrUbargh Rail Road, mr nttajiajgh,
and then connecting with train oa th
Great Pennsylvania Central . Bail Road for
Philadelphia, aV". York and Boston. .
Three dally train between,
PITTSBURGH Bald PHIL ADKa.PHIa!
where all make close connection with th Camden aad Air
boy, New Jersey, and Philadelphia and Tiwutua line, aver
which six train ran daily to New Tork.
One train leaves Pittsburgh daily for New Tork, naming
through to Jersey City 430 miles sritboat changing ears'
via Harrisburg, Heading and Eaatoo, s i aiT aa nUoonm
aav olAsr rewte.
Baltimore and Washington.
Two trains leav Pittsburgh daily for Baltimore, Balking
direct connection at Hamshurg with th Northern Coatral
K. K. and making the shortest aod qulekeat mate from awnr
of th principal citlee of the West a North Waal, ta Bala)
ano tvaaiiingtoa euy.
Brnggmg Ckockod through lo BmUit
Freight and Live Stock.
Freights from the East and Watt ara tranaportssi over tfae
Penn'a Central Road with tbe greatest despatch aad at law
rates, lh-overe and Farmer will Snd thi U awet adranta.
geou route for Live Stock. Canaeioue yard, wall watered '
aud eupplied with every eonveuienee, hav been opaaed aa
this lin and its connee lone, and every atbsntloa paid ta
their wants. From Harrisburg. where will be found every
convenience for feeding and resting, a choice I off. red of the
Philadelphia. New York and Baltimore Market. This will
alan be found tbe shortest, quickest and most direct root t
N. Yoik, via AHentowo, and wltb fewer change than ana
ether. ENOCH LF.WIS, 6. Snag. AUoomm Pm,
1.. I.. HOUPr, Oaa. TitkH Agnt, Pktimi
autTSl W. H. UOLMIS, Gea. Hod. Agomt,
Pensions and Bounties.
Important to Widows and Heirs of Deeeated
Soldiers, 4 to Invalid if Disabled Soldiers:
THE Undersigned in authorised by a Li
ceuae from Tii United State, to procure froa Ska
Proper Departments, for the beneol of heir of Isi ssasl aol
Pension, Bonnty and Back Pay,
(a pravidad by act of anngrraa of July, ltol, and ely IStt)
and also Pensions aod Back Pav for iuvalid and disabled: sol
dier. And also, Peoalooe and Bounty Land, fur soldier ae
their heiie or the wars of th Kevolntloo, or of IMS (as
which they may be entitled hy acta nf congress ) AU busies
of as above nature enmmi'ted to bim will be promptly aad
energetically put through and in oaae nf hilars, oo charge
will he uieite exnept for money actually paid owl to civil oaiosrg
for affidavit, and certificate neeeeaary to prove th clala.
Ashtabala, November 2T, 1863. . ; 00
Erie Railway. ,
Great Broad Gang, Doubl Track and Takgraah Boat t
NEW YORK. BOSTON
aiid SleKmtosrxx Oltloaw.
Carrying th Great Weetera aad eooth Waatwa) D . 8. kUll.
LjXPRESS Trains leae Dunkirk dally
on arrival ef all Train an tb Lak Sbor Railroad, froaa
Cleveland, Cindnaali, Toledo, Chicago, Mllwaukea, St. Paai,
Sf. Louis, A, aud run through to Mew York without change.
Th only rout, running ears through from th Lak to If ,
Tork City. Bulaodld VtnULatad Sleeping Cava ran aa High
Baggag checked through. Tom alwayi aa low aa If any
Boston 1'sseengers aod their Baggag treavatelwi Free b
Be particular to eall Sir Tirkt via DwaMrk aad tha Kit
Rallwav, which ara auld at all tha Briaclual aUllrswd IhsVsee
in tb Weak.
ThlaRoad aflord nptrlor feel 1 1 ti for ahlasaaA (iTreifh.
Espres Freight Train
Iawv New Tork dally, making tun maistla thswagh to
ail aoines vreei.
For Frelchl Rataa.ewo.lra of A. H. WARD. 1
New Yerk; MMH B. R'NI.AP. IA Stato Staoet, Besj,
Mass, of of C.S-BPENUKK, Weetera Areat. Sd Clark a,
Chicago. M Caa'i Miaat, Gaa.
IJLACK BROAD CLOTII frotn Two
XJ Hollars to all dollar oar yard, ell wwva C
bos. aeveoly Sv eente aa, Som. th well ka
tried make of tha Meoaaalasvtil Mllta,
. W1.. tm Ik. MaMliaA Maa Sal
vJ . 7,.. H. U (0BiaO".
A FULL ataortrueot of botH Crcve arr
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