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IV—ORDER OF ARRANGEMENTS.
JUk 1 The M if a, the tor will be da
Voted U aaklof eolrfce, a wrMoff ankles for
itwes f-CoannttttM will be called the see
ad day, at 10 a. aa. and will proceed Itnajiedi.
alttj to tat eiaraloetion of all classes exoepi
ortes, " - v ' '
- Unit I Al 10 a. n. the third day, tba ee
re) elates orboraaa will t sailed, to I1 lit,
II anbroke bones and eolta, Including brood
fount t td, ataltioaa 3d, earrlsfct and (arm
fconaa. - ... 1'
,. 1M 4 At! animal, mart b Id rodinee. to
enter tba ring oo tba ealjoftbe Marshal aod
snn.t Vwve wba directed, i
Jtutt SBadgee willba tfvea the premium
koiuarf, aod tbev mast tbea be led aroaod tbo
r iog, at tba direction or tba Marshal.
' Voi. la tba Met Of premiums, 0.' F. s!tt
alfiel Oli Farmtr I O, 0. OWe Cufrfpotor
Agt, America Agrieultutitt;Q. F. Grmin
t ays Farmtr; B. 2f . T. JZaraJ AW Yorker.
List of Premiums.
CLASS I—FARMS, GARDENS. &c.
V stress. See, JVese..
not less than 25 acres. $2 00 OF
Oardeni.'. 3 do
QrnamentsI jsrds...... S do
Farm buildings.., ...... 2 do
Ehado and Ornamental 1 trees
. aet tba present season.... OF
II edges for fences.... do
Orebard aod fruit grounds. . . . do
llotbod and fixtorea for saving
Eel TJnderdralns , . do
Committee John uHaklby.
SetwTOsfJ i ' : -
CLASS II—FIELD CROPS.
Acre of "winter wheat with a
aample ........ ,8
Spring Wheat tba same. . . S
Acre corn, with sample. . . , . 1
Acre oats, with aample.. ... 1
Acre bock wheat, with sample. ' 1
, Aera barley, with aample. . . e 1
Acre rye, with sample, r. . . . 1
Fonrtb acre beans.witb sample -' 1
Fourth acre potatoes a sample - 1
Fourth acre beets with sample 1
Fourth acre carrota a sample 1
Fourth acre turnips a sample 1
Fourth acre sugar cane a do J
Fourth acre flax with sample 1
Fourth acre tobacco 1
Fourth acre rhubarb. 1 50
Committee Executive Board.
CLASS III—GRAINS AND SEEDS.
Half bush while whiter wheat Agt G F
Half bash red winter wheat do do
Half bash spring wheal.... . ' do do
Half bush rye. ............ do do
Half bash tarley "... do do
Halfbwtb oata............ do do
Half bosh buckwheat do do
Half boab field beans ....... do do
Half bnab grass seed . .. . do do
Half bash flax seed...'.. ,.k do do
Half bosh ears corn do do
Half bash ears earley corn ... do do
Committee F. Simjhan, Jouk Mirfik,
D. DoBoh. ", , .
CLASS IV—FARM AND GARDEN VEGETABLES.
Three Varieties Potatoes.
Half bush potatoes.....
Half bush onions
Half bosh carrots, ......
Half bush flat turnips. . . .
Half bosh sweet potatoes.
Bix Russia Muroips
oix turnip beets.
Six blood beets.
Six parsnips. .
Six vegltables oysters. . .
Three Muskmelons. . . . . .
Three winter squash
Twelve pieplant stalks.
Twelve tomatoes. ... . . .
Half peck beans,..
Largest variety garden vegtbles
Committee A. C. Stevens and
Derrick, James Phillips.
Stallions 4 years and over. . . $4 $3
Stallions 8 years.. 3 2
Stallions a years 21
Brood mares g 1
Sucking eolt or filly ........ i Q J
Yearling coll or filly .'. i do
Two year old gelding I do
Two year old filly i do
Three year old gelding . . w . 1 do
Three year old mare 1 do
Committee A. G. Rockwell and James
Metcalf, rutt Shears.
CLASS FIX—BROKE HORSES
rair iarm horses or saares ... 8 O F
Fair snatched geldings. . . . ; . r 3 O F
Fair matched snaree. . . , . . , 3 : O F
Pair matched 8 year olds. ... 8 O F
carriage corse or mare. ..... 1 G F
Farm horse or mare... ., .... I . Q j"
saddle borse or mare.... f... 1 G F
Commit t Henry A. Field, Francis
Netlletoa and U. Priudle.
Stallions trotting,. f ,. J
I air geldings or maree troltiug
tieldiogof mare trotiing..i . .
Pair geldiogs or osrea walking
Ualdiogor mare walking..,, .
i'air geldings or mares racking
i I elding or mare rackiog. ', , , , .
Committee L. Curtia. PbUaodo Koapp,
t.muej Fickinger. . ,
1M1 over 8 yaaw old. (3 7
''""' Jjw old..,.....: 8 1
' lf -l - c: J , . . ....... 3 1
Heifer, 1 year old. . f. . . , 1 6
Heifer eatf... .i U
reo of 4 yearling. .V. . , ,8 1 60
Pea f . 4 calves. ..U . . 1 I
Pair 1 year old Wears . . . . .
Committee J. M. Kettleton, Horace
Lnca, RJebard Wilkiotoa.
CLASS IX—BROKE OXEN AND STEERS.
Pair working oxea f I
Pair S year old at eera 160
PairS year ld teert.n.a.v-8 1 60
Pair 1 year old steers....,..- S i
Pair calves. ...... ....... (. 2 v I
6 yoke oxen from one township 5 8 -
6 yoke oxen or steers, one farm." .6 .' 8
Committee T. 8... Fuller, , Cornelius
Morgan, T. C. Stedman. : . ; ' 1
CLASS X—FAT CATTLE, STEERS AND MILCH COWS.
Pair fat oxeo. . . .. . . . .
Pair steers, 8 years old...... , 8 160
Pair steers, 8 yeara old...... t S 1
Pair steers, 1 year old.. .... , 8 1
Fat bullock. i
Fat COW , i ............... .
Fat heifer. . . ..............
Milch cow, with statement. . .
Herd from one farm, Boll, 4
cowa and heifers ........ 8 2
Committee J. P. Eastman, James Day
ton, Henry Wilkinson. . , , ,
CLASS XI—SHEEP—LONG WOOL.
Buck oter two years old...... ,3
Back under two years. . . .. .
8 awes over 8 years old.....
3 owes onder a years. . . . ...
Pen 4 lambs, ...... . . .....
8 fat sheep.'. ...... . '. . . . . .
CLASS XI—B—SHEEP MEDIUM WOOL.
Premiums same as loug wool.
Committee Charles Walker John Har
mo n, Thomas Bowman.
CLASS XI—C—SHEEP FINE WOOL.
Classifications a premiums same as long
wool. ' . , , . . tj
Committee Collios E. Mann, W,
Landon, George Thompson. '
CLASS XII—SWINE AND POULTRY.
Boar.... $2 $1
Sow wiib pigiooder 3 months old 2 1
Pea pigs over 3 months. . .
Coop fowls, any breed
Committee F. Carlisle, B. W. Johnson,
Lyman M'Donal J.
CLASS XIII—FARM IMPLEMENTS.
Plow manufactured in county.
Harrow. ... . .
Cultivator ... .
6 scythe snaths.
Best grain cradle
6 shovels and spades
6 hand rakes
6 hoes..... .
6 hay forks. .. . . .. . . . .'
C nianu e forks. ,
Tbre.hing Machine. ........
Horse power. . . ..... , . .'. . , .
Fauning mill . '. . . .' .... .'. . .
Sei. Implements from one farm
Committee Wm. Seymour, Amos South
wick,' Alanscn Xeltletoo.
CLASS XIIII—HOUSEHOLD & DVIRY IMPLEMENTS.
Churn ... . . '.
Cheese boxes. .
Butter firkra. .
Samples cooper work. . .
do manufactured in county . . .
do manufactured in county .
Sample tin ware
Articles not enumerated, provided for.
Committee Wm. WiHard, Josiah Al
(en and Frederick Webb.
CLASS XV—WAGONS, CARRIAGES & HARNESS.
Farm and road wagoo.
Double pleasure carriage, .
Single pleasure carriage. .
Set of farm or road barnei
Set of carriage haraess....
Single carriage harness....
Ladies saddle aad bridle
Committee Cues. Kendal
Strong, E. R Williams. ''
CLASS XVI—BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER.
Pair sioga boots...
Pair flue boots
Pair ladies gaiters...
Pair ladies shoes
Pair ladies bootees
Men's calf shoes ... ,
Men's calf brogaus.. . ."
Saides upper leather. .. , 1
3 ealf tiu:. . i
3 morroeeo dressed sheep skias . . . 1
Committee-Jj Rockwell, Chrles
Nettletoo, W, W. Mano.
CLASS XVII—CABINET WARE & MUSICAL INST'S.
Stand , . , ,
Bet spring seal ebairs
Sat eaaa aeat chain. ....,,'.;-
iiockliig chair spriBf seat....;.
Rocking chair seat ...... . . -
Bads Uad.. .......... ..,.;;..
Exhibition from om shop Diploma,
Piano Forte..!...,., i d
Melodeon do "
Orgaa '.I do
Vlolio:. . ... . ." . . . do'
Committee Saml Ward, Mrs. Henry
Habbard and Miss. C. E. Morton. "
CLASS XVIII—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
10 tarda fulled doth.!. . . i . . ".f. V I f 60
10 yards white flannel..
10 yards "colored flannel
5 yards' woot 'carpet. . .
5 yards rag carpet.; i'.v
Wool eorerlet. . .v. '. 'i
Wool blanket.. .
. t i
Pair woolen hose
Pair woolen mittens. . . .' , ,', . . . . ,
Linen table spread
Linen thread ......
Pair linen hose. , ,
6 yards casaimere. . ....... i ... .
i pounds stocking yarn
.. Committee J. Mansfield, Mrs. D. M
Strong, Mrs. D. DuBoU. ' ' - "
CLASS XIX—FANCY NEEDLE WORK.
Ladies dress.......'. .. ........ '' $
Btnbroidered collar and sleeves.'. .
Embroidered slippers. . . . . .' . . . 1
Embroidered lamp mat. ........
Silk hat - . 1
White Quilt...., 1
Straw ba .,, '
' Committee C. E. Brnce, Mrs. II Fas
sett, Mrs. J. M. Faulkuer, Mrs. J. H
Woodman. u ..., , . . . . .'..(
CLASS XX—FINE ARTS.
Portrait painting. Diploma
Animal painting..'..' do
Landscape paiuting... .'.,",1 . . . do
Crayon draaing. ........ . do
Peucil drawing. ... . i ........ . do '
Ambrotype - '
Photograph ................. do .
Case wax fruit do '
Shell work j v - do
Pellis work. ........... j . ."..u . do .
Staffed bird. " do . .
Waicbcs end jewelry, .. . . do .
Marble sculpture. ............ - do -
Coram Ueo. JJall, Mrs. U. 1'j Urace,
Mrs. E. C. Hubbard, a Mrs. J 1. Jeuuings.
Collection apples from one orch
ard j each kiod ......... .
$1 - 50
-. 50 25
. 50 25
Specimen fall apples. .........
Specimen winter apples. . . . ... .
Collection peaches -.
Collection plums. ............
bpccimen plums. .
Collection grapes 4 .... .
Specimen grapes ............
Committee A. Jr. Hubbard. Kev.'U
U. Conklio. J. B. Sheapard. y
CLASS XXII—BREAD, SUGAR & PRESERVES.
Sack wheat floor.....
Loaf wheat bread ......
Lo it corn bread .......
10 poands sugar maple
10 pounds sugar from cane. .
Gallon syrup from cane. . . . ,
Gallon syrup maple. . . . .'. .
Box, ot j-ir of honey .......
Best bee hive
Gallon soap ,
Canned, Preserved, Pickted Fruit, Jams
Jellies of any kicd. ; - ' '
Best of each 25
Com. N. Hubbard, Mrs Abel Geralds,
Mrs. John Harmon, Mrs. U. J. Nettletoo.
CLASS XXIII—DAIRY PRODUCTS.
Three cheese. ........... . $2 00 $1 00
Three cbcee over 1 year.. 2 00 1 00
Twenty pounds butter. ; . ; ; 1 00 ' 50
Ten pounds new butter..; . 1 00 7 ' 50
Committee J. M. Ray, Uarvv Parish,
Mrs. Wm. Willard, Mrs. R Hutcbiuson.
Display natural flowers
Collection dahlias .........
CollrciioB booe flowers. , .-.
Collection wax flowers...
Collection of worsted flowers
Collection paper flowers. . . ,
Collection shell work. . :
Committee Emory Luce,
50 ' '
Fisk, Mrs. J. Reed, Mrs. II
Bothering the Persistent.
On Friday the 28th the Comtniltee from
the Yallandigham Convention paid a second
visit to the Pre-i Jeot. In complaace with
the suggestion of the President, the Com
mittee made their request for the revocation
of the sentence in the case of Vallandiirham
in writiag. The document, 15 pages long.
was read by Judge Bar ley, and was mainly
an attempt to answer the late letter of the
president to tne authors of the Albany re
eolations. The Prest. listened courteously to
use reading of tbe letter informed the geo
uemeo toat be would answer It at his lei
sure, and hade tbem good evenlnir.
And answer was give to the Committee
oo Monday. The President agreed to re
lease Vallaodighom npon certain condition!
tioas tp be agreed to bv the Commltie
rney were oot authorized to make such
iginuioui, bmlcu nme iwnicn was
graniea; to comer wun tbe Kew-York Cop-
Bothering the Persistent. From Banks Army.
fasseogers by tbe Columbia stale that
toe DomoarumeDl baa as yet made but
little impressioo oo tbe works at Port
Iba cautious movements of General
iiaoks Indicated that be relied less for alii
mate soccers on bis troops than tbe lack of
supplies id me garrison, , i
The poaitiesj of oor army Is such that (he
enemy cannot eo operate, and all firing by
them haa ceased. - ''','
There la aald to ha a. iV .Pn, nn
Magmder and Breckinridge in tbe rear of
uvunu oauas, wnoaa oMeo seems to be
to sorround him or cot off his supplies. ' ;
; Magruder's force is estimated at 12 000
aod Ureekiorldge's at lt.000. '' ',
Guerrillas Infest tbfe river, aui i U?r
qusotity of supplies for Bank's army has
beets captured. A large rebel foroa made
a reia low yonaidaopvllle but were, repoli
ed by the goaboatf, ' 1 .
A 8 II T A B U L A 1 1 '
Saturday Morning, July 4, 1863.
Union State Ticket.
f M Blwrttoa will tak pUiM Um 1Mb d of Octotxr.
v-rr ( . Jotta BroN f jCujtaqia. . ' ;,i
For l.lnl uoTCmnr,
" Charles AIrm, of Monliotnwr." ""
. -.1 -
Tor Rapmn Jiit,'
( ' H, II. llmtr, vt rltrkt. ' 1 ,
' hi f. " M " ' " ' I .' ' ' t" ''v
, , .... rr AeSHoterBttta. . -in.'. . . Y.i
, Jatnaa A. 0da, at Marten, V V I
For Trwrarer ef 8Utw ,
' ' .'"1 1 fi. ValMav TiMrmmr. at MU.nl
Tor Board of ToMta Worka, ' .
Jotia M. Barrtrt, of HlgliUnS.
ll is said "Great bodies move slow."
Whctbor the siae or some other cause retards
borne organisation, we Iwill not undertake to
say. One thing is certain, tbe nocossity of
some organization to act in an emergency
seems sppt-rent. With the ei.eroy tbreateuiiig
oar borders, if not the very heart of our state,
every town that can orgatilM twenty five nien
copible of bearing arms, shenld move in tbis
matter. Things done io excitement are seldom
well done. - We bear among some, who are ex
empt by law from service, a desire expressed to
form company and get a supply of arms of
the most cfTvctive character. ' Can we not have
8 meeting nod take the first steps f Fifty able,
bodied men, not 'liable to draft, are ready to
step forward aod enroll themselves ; and if oc
casion should require, it would be found that
such would prove themaelves worthy of cbufl
dence. Well armed with Sharp's improved
rifle,. If called to onr borders, they would be co
mean foe. Let tbe thing move at once, and
not wait for tbe rebels to commence battering
down our State Capitol. Such an organiza
tion will not luterfero with the Governor's call,
or the enrollment not going ou. The ex ample
will stimulate other departments, and bnsleu
tbe work of putting into the Geld Our available
force.-,.- v . .: ,"
Another- , important consideration urges
prompt action. Too menacing attitude of Cop
pcrheadjsm In Indiana, and also in our own
State, .should teach us a lesson. . . What hat
been may be tgain, wherever tbe epirit of tree
son dare rear its bead. We hope batter things
for A eli tub o la, but what gucrantee- have we
that even Northern Ohio will rrot witness like
fceues of. violence. It is difficult to calculate
for sucb scenes, hence evervoomnmnitv should
av oil itself of sucb protections as will secure us
gaiosi ina spirit of violeoco. la revolationarv
times We should urovide airaiiiKL d.nrrnr oven
when at a distance. Let US thpn' fall tnirnllinr
tbe patriotic, take counsel, and act efficiently.
Indifference or neglect, at anch a time, when
the fidelity of men is to be nrnven. in crimlrfHl.
Now is tbe lime for action. ' -
ONE OF THE PEOPLE.
ONE OF THE PEOPLE. The Defense of Ohio.
COLUMBUS, June 27.
To Tin PF.oriE of Ohio: -I have this
moment (4 1. M.) received the following
dispatch from Major General Burnside, aud
lose uol one momeut in laying it before you.
.. "Ci.vcinxati, Jun27, Wl.
"To Governor Tvb: It is of the utmost
Importance that the people of Ohio xhould
respond, sviiu the greatest alacrity to the
can ot tne 1 .esideui tor troops from this
State. The enemy is uow lureatning our
ISortlicm cities with a large force. Tbe vi
tal necessity of promptly meeting enddri-
viug them back must be felt bv every man.
The sudden call of last year, which resulted
io such sn immense loss of time, labor and
money, tbe stoppage of all business tran
saction, and the risk -of serious disaster,
should be : remembered. Tbe reenrence of
that excitement can be avoided now by the
prompt efforts of the people in aid of the
1 resident's call, and the immediate orconi
Zition of a well disciplined forco. I (eel
confident that the people of Ohio have only
to know tbe necessity for this call to iusme
an instant and hearty; response. I pledge
my full and' earnest cooporation in every
effort to meet aod repel the threateucd dan
ger. - ' ...
A. E. BURNSIDE, Major-General."
This appeal of Gen Burnside must be
promptly responded to, or our State is ce.
lain to be invaded. Allow me to recommend
that places of business I e closed at three
o'clock P. M. of ' each day, for the comino;
week, end that every loyal man devo'e him-
sslf to the noble work of raising troops to
save our state from invasioo. The camps
of rendezvous, heretofore designated by me
are In complete readiness to receive all who
may wUh to respond to this call. ' If the
enemy -know that we are prepared lo give
tnema warm reception, they may bot at
tempt to invade, bot if we remain destitute
of a force to meet them they are certain to
do if.! Rally then lor the protection of
our ftreswes, so sacred and dear to all. "
DAVID TOD, GOVERNOR.
The War in Tennessee.
ST. LOUIS, June 29.
The Republican's special, dated head.
quarters of the Army of tbe Cumberland,
licech Urove, eighteen dries south of Mur-
rreesboro , says a general forward move
ment of Ilosccrao's array began on the 24 tb,
A continuous heavy rain made movements
slow, but have beeo satisfactory. All tbe
my's forces opposed to our advance
pushed back wi'h severe punishment. Col
ouel Wilder 's mounted infautry biid a se
vere skirmish at Hoover s Uap an the 21th,
driving a superior force of iufantry, inflict
ing a loss of several hundred killed and
wounded, while his own loss was only forty
or nay of Willicb's bnzsde. The advance
or AtciOOk s corps drove two regemeuts of
infantry and a battery or artillery from
strong positions at Liberty Gap, thirteen
miles sou m ot Murlreesboro , on tbo 21 -h
suffering the loss of fifty. , ', ,r :
Oa the afternoon of tbe 26ih a ficht oc
curred at the same plice between a rebel
divtsioo under Ulayborn and Willich's Wil
der's and Carter's brigades; after an hour's
fighting . tbe rebels were completely routed
leaving their dead, part or their wounded
and a uumber of prisoners in onr bands.
, Our loss is forty killed and a huodred
wound )d. locludlne: fourteeu oHleers. . .
General Mitcbel's Cavalry routed a body
or reoeis on ibe bbelbyvili pike. ,
' ' Jcs'B 23. The troops, are in high spir
its aod eager to meet the enemy. Tbe rcb
els plan is not developed but indications
are that they will not give battle this side
of Duck River. Oar advance has arrived
at Manchester. '
June 27. Prisoners say (hat General
Clayboru was killed io tbe Gzht at Liberty
Gap, and that Bragg reviewed the troops
here four houra before tbe fight. Geuer
Is Hardee and Stewart witnessed the en
i Louuvim.e, ,' Jane 89 The Kashvillo
Uuiou reports that one Federal division,
captured 3.000 rebels oo Batorday. wbiUt
going through Hover's Gap; no farther
particulars. The "ITlh Indiana mounted
Infantry, belGg surrounded by rebels, out
.their way (hrougb taking m number of priav
oners. Colonel Miller of Negley's division
Is reported wounded io tbe eye, r
A special to tne Louisville Jonrol from
Manchester, Tennessee, says that Wilder's
eouatcd i infantry dashed into Manchester
capturing a large party of rebels.
Wilder's scoots, yesterday, captured a
courier from Morgan and Wheeler's com
mand with important dispatchos. His
force burned the treile work yesterday, on
the Manchester aud Tullahoma road.
The Chattanoga Rebel of tho 29ib snys
firing continues with Increafing rapidly at
Viokaburg. ' ' ,
Tuesday afternoon, some of our Democratic
friends wero made jubilant by a despatch pass
ing over tbe wires, sayiog Ilalleck was removed
aod McClellaa in bis place. Well, tbe Demo
crats hsd a right to rejoice, and we tbiuk good
Uuion mca everywhere would rejoice with them
over sucb a change So far us tho political as
pect Is concerned, it it simply substituting oue
Democrat for atolber, kud we tbiuk giving the
nation the better man of the two. Mr. 11. has Dev.
sr distinguished himself in auy department. That
be possesses some military talent - we will not
deny, although we. ore unable to poiut to tbe
fluid where it has been exhibited. It eertainTy
was not manifested at Corinth, wbeb be allow
Beauregard to escape, end did oot' know he
had gone for several doys. ' His opposition to
Sciget, Fremont, and other brave moo,' has ad
ded nothing to bis reputation as a patriolie
General. , . t , , .. . , . ; :
Geo. McClellao differs widely from Ilalleck
io many thii gs likely to innpire confidence uud
give more efficiency to tho army. While we
bavo never regarded him as adapted to active
command, or field service, as wanting In thai
energy and promptitude essential for emergen
cies, and also as wanting in tbat comprehensive
ness of views and foresight wbicb hos dis'io
guisbed great generals ; we have nevertheless
iceardcd him us possessing some Que qualities,
wbicb adapted him to certaiu departments of
military lite. .As askiluul engineer, to coudacl
a siege, he might do well. 7' As au excellent
disciplinarian he has fuW superiors. 'His man
ners uud kind deportment are sucb as would
gain -the 'oflectluo of1 his men aod give' him
power aod iuHueoce io biseommauu. We con
tidently hope thaa be will much more than fill
uaiicca a place, ami give a ueciuuu impulse io
tue uepartmeut lio occupies. . j..
But we leioica in tbe change for another rea
son. We trust that some of our Democratic
friends who have beeu scolding because Geu
McClcllan was not put forward, uud, we fear,
were growing's little lukewarm aud holding
bucK tneir influence, will now -runy, nuacr me
new onnointment. and Civo etncient snnporl.
Tbcy will fiud that Ilepublicans uud true Luiou
lucn, of every political stripe, will givo oioLiel
lo, if re-nnpointed by tbe resident,
their co-operation : and ibst tl,e fact that
be is a Democrat will not disiorb their seal or
loyally one whit. Will those who faavu beeu
so reudy to find fault wilb the administtulion,
show au equal readiness in sustaiuiuir ment ne-
spective of political porty f , .
Kinpn mi, It.cl leu. ...a I i . t T .1
with the war cry ringing in a sister stale, ol
mobt ot the very door of llieir caoital. 'J ired
with wailing on Hie banks of the Rupnahonnock;
and crowing more dcFpernte a the" prospects
of tbe Confederacy crow dHrker in the West.
ecd i. hi urged by tbeir t ecessitiea to do some-
thinf, the relets iiuva lesolvei oa s bold doh.
hat of currving tbe war ioto the Free Hiutea.
Of course, Pennsylvania and Oi.io, aud othvr
bolder states, begin lo wake up to stern reuli-
nes. wniie the war has been held off. aud
business scarcely interrupted at tbo North, we
have, os a general tbinjf, fell not only secure,
uui quite too easy., l rue, now nod rben we
nave seen tbe sbaits of var railing among vr,
but our sorrow bos been less piofjund aod
lasting because Ibe blooiy enrmcra of war wi s
spread over a more distaut field. Mirth and
pleasure have scarcely ceased long euougb to
isy on nonoraDie tribute to our dead, wbo
iave offered themselves upon the altar of our
Would it be strange if. in (he wisdom of
Uod, tin scene were changed, and Ibe North,
ool wholly Tree rrom imputatiors or wrong, was
called to experience some of tbe more bitter
consequences or civil war. .We confess to a
conviction that sucb is yet to be the bistory of
inis war. .
Bat another viow of this subject may be en
tertained. The North has not been ihorougly
aroused. bhe has but partia ly awukeued to
the mighty work of putting down this rebel-
lioo. Jiut we ore in a fair way to sliaRe oil
slaniber aud gird ourselves for the battle field.
with the invasion of the JSpi'lli, the enemy
desolating our liuitful nelus and luvine our
flourishinff . towns and villages in as 'cs, we
should see a rising of tue mass. The war will
oegm in earnest. lie regret tual sucn a ne
cessity should be lai I upon us , aod stilt, if I bo
JNorlb oetds suob a s imums, the sooner it
cooies the belter. We predict tbal the eucmy
wiU meet a wrrmer reception en the bast side
of ibe Potomac than he ever did.oo ibe Webt.
I n ere are brave hearts that will not wait to be
drafted aad disciplined; but, as lu Revolutionary
limes, every mountain pass will stream wun ibe
ten thousand rifles and shot-guns that have
done service In other departments than war.
J be Is or b will 'prove beraeir ready lor the
emergoocy wbea it comes. . Tbe spirit of 76
still lives, and will manifest itself. . ' ,
McClelian Again. Addresses of Hooker and Meade to the
Army of the Potomac.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY POTMAC.
June 28, 1863.
Hooker issued tbo folio wine farewell ad
In conformity with order from the War
Department, dated June 2 Tin,' 1 1 relinquish
the command of the Army of tbe Potomac.
It is transferred to Major Geueral George
G. Mead, a breve aod accomplished officer
wbo bos nobly won tbe conn deuce and ts
teem of tbe army oo many well fought field.
Impressed witb tne belief that my u-e:u
nets as ' the - Commander of tbe Artny
of . the Potouiso 1 is' impaired, yet- I
part from it .with Ibe deepest emotion.
Sorrow of paitiug witb comrads of so man.
ny battlos is relived by the convictiea that
the coursge and devotion of this arjiy will
never cease nor fail, that it will yield to my
successor as it has to mo, a - hearty and
willing support. Wi'h earnest prayer tbal
the triumph of its arms may bring success
worthy of it and - the nation, I bid it fare
well. - i '.. '.'; : .. '. u i.
This was .followed by au address from Gen.
era! Meade, dated ' ;').. .: ;.'! j ...
HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTMAC.
June 28, 1863.
13 y directiou of the Presideut of the
Uuiied Btates l. hereby essume commaud
of the Army of the Potomac As a soldier
iu obeying ibis order, an order totally ou
expected aud unsolicited, I have ; prom
ises or pledges to inake, i , , , .
Tbe country looks to the army to relieve
it from tbe devaststioa aud disgrace of
hostile luvssioo. ..Whatever sacrifices we
may be called opoo to undergo, let us have
la view coustaotly' tbe maguilude of the
ioterests Involved, aod let each man detei
mine to do his duty, leaving to au allcon
troling. Providence tba direction of tbe
contest. . . '
Ii is with just diffliience that I relieve in
command of this army ao eminent aud ac
complished soldier, whose name must ever
appear conspicuous , io the history (ft its
achievements; bat I rely upou the hearty
support' of my comrades -Iu arml to assist
me io tbe discharge of lb duties of tba Im
portant trust which hai been confided to
me. ; i ' , t . ; , t
Oao. I Sum, '
Btajot Qaaarml OoonnaaSlnf.
NOT A RUAI. DRINK! .
A DIOHLY conckntatcd
-a pure.;tonio. '
Tkot wilt rallar (bo Afflletad, wad
NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS 1
Dr. Hoofland'a German Bitters,
... H-r-i .-, f v''
Pmparad by Dr. O. M. JACKSON, Plilta.plil.Va , will
fflMtu.ll and Bioat etrtalnhr can aU .dfcjcaart art.hif
-' ' ' .t...'..
'- Disordered Liver, ; ",M, ;,'
. , .Stomach,, or , , ,
: ;:;,'r:;:,(j;. KidnVys.'
TbauMaita nfoar allUana an 0.rVif from n.firxri and
LWcr Pimws axl to whom tba fniu.wln gmMiM applf
(uaraato UOOF1MND8 OfiMMAN Bll'TSHd will
IJ . Pyapapala aud I,Hrr blaaaac' .' I
Do roarlw with a aoatad toana wwraiaaa. with had
taala la tba mouth and poor .pp. tit. for broaklaM I ! yu
rl whoa you drat grt up to woak and lannld fom ni
eareoljr got about 1 lo jroa ban a dialoaaa in tho hoad at
tinm, and olton a dulluem, with boadacho enoa.ion.ll t
Aro jourboweai ooktir. aau irregular, aadappotltoabanao
aW I Lo jroa throw ap wind iron tba alotiiaeh, and do
jua 1 up oflrn 1 Do you fool a njllnraa anr oatlna, and
a .IbUok wlian tba atoiuacb lo omplj I Uo jroa liaro hrt-
Burn ocrauiouaiiy f uo jroa Ml low npirtiad, aan look oa
too dark tidool thlnga 1 Aro you not unaaually nrrrou. at
Union I Do yo not boooajo rntloaa, tad oltoa lay antli
niklniirlit beloro- you rau ao to -ato.o r and then at tioiM.
don't you fol dull and aloopy moot or tho tlmo? la your
akin dry aad mly i aujo aollow 1 la abort, la not your lira
a burthon, fuU of forabodinft I ..
Dr. ' llooflarrdV German Bitters
Wnt esro trr aw or Chronla or Korrom Dfbllllv. DlMaoa
S 4bo Kidnoya, and Dinam arlalng from a dlaorderod
. OImo tho followlaf 8ymptoaNV rowlltag from Dfcmrdari
ot Un Difottira Oraana . ..... .-
-! CaaattV ' ' ' ' ' ''
.-. ' pallun.lnwai '""'"; "
' PlloisKuliioiioorWood. i -- - '
. tothoHrad, AetUitj of tho Hto ' "'
' ai.cK, Kauaoa,Uaartburn, lluu.tfcr " '
Food. Vulnouor Weight la tho Stomach, Boar '- '
- Eructation., Hiuking or VlutWruig at tba Yil ot tho -
Stomach, KwUnming of Ska Hoad, Hurried and Dilhcult
BraatulDg, 1'luttorlug at tbo llemrt, Choking ir SnSorating
8enutioaa when ina Iviog poature, Dimueiw of Vlnloa,
.a . Itota or Wobs brforo too iht, f erer aad Bull fatal .'
la the Head. Dondency ol I'onipi ration, Y.llow
' I -,.ueu ol tba Skta and Eye Fain la the . ' r I'
bid. Back, Chert, Liniba, Ao. , .
... l' ' addcu FluabM of Uut, .p,".,.
. .. Burning in tbo ' ., '
""- . KlMb, . ' .' ' '
CouiUot IinaglolDg of Ef II, and great Dopnatioa ot Splrl'A
PAUTICTJLAU NOTICE. ', '..
Tb.ro aro' many preparaUoat aold under tho name or Bit
ter., put up in quart rlottle... oninpounded of tbe cheape.t
wbUky or common rum, coating frmn 20 to 0 couta per gal
lo, tho t .ate dlaguiaid a. a nam or Coriander Seed.
luia claaa of litU'.ro haacauacd, and will contluua to cauao,
aa lung aa they ear oa aold. Iiund.-eaa to die Uio death or tho
druuluird. Uy their una tbo ayetem U kept eootln .ally under
tie iuiluence of Alcoholic ctiinulatiU of tho "oral kiod, tho
de.ire tor Liquor la created and kpt up, and the result ia all
the horror, at.eud.ut ui on a drunkard'. Itfu aad death.
Kor thoae wlio doarre ao.1 Wilt km a Liquor HI Jera, wa
publish ti e lolloiriag-rreino :loi Una Boutr HOOKLANIl'8
UKUMAN IIIU tits, and aiix with Tbna Quart, ol Uood
Brandy or Wlnaky, and tbe result will bo a preparation that
will tar excel In medicinal .irtuea and true excellence any of
the numeroua Lhiuor Bitten In the aaaraet, aud ill .coat
etur If. Vou will have all the virtues of HllOHAM) S
U.I.AMO 111 UUUII.CII.IU ,IM WU .1 I1GI. HI ,...,, , m. .
much has pries thaa these iufcriur piauarallans will oust
Iloofland'a German Bitters
: TILL GIVE tOO
A GOOD APPETITE, ;;
' ' TVILI C1VETOU " -
BTEOXO HEALTHY NERYE3, .,
WILL GIVE YOU " . "
BRISK AXD ENERGETIC FEELINGS,
, WILL ENABLE YOU TO
AND Wlf.t, tPOitTIVELY PSEVENT .
YELLOW FEVER BILIOUS FEVER, ie.
TbftM ulTtring from Broken Dow-, and DtUaUfl Conttitu
tiona, fruui wbsttenr m wt titber lo
- MALE OR FEMALE,.;
- WILL FIND IN :
lloofland's German Bitter?. -
That will restore tbem to their uaual health. Such baa been
the case ia thousands of instance., aod a fair trial la but re
quired to prove tho assertion. . i
1 Remember : i .
t That Jheao Bittern ara .. ; - -v.
.MP KOT'IKTENDED AS A BEVERAGE.
Tho PiOfrittora bavo Tbvusauds of Letters from thoaios'
anjujout . . t
.: . f i ." ..V ! . ,' .'.!':
Clergymen, "; " - ' "
''' Leavers,' 1 : '
- : . ThyMciau?,' andt!' us ' ' '
'": 4 " 1 . :;" ' ' Citizens, '
- -1 ' . :-.u- v ' ;! . '' : ;
Tostifyina, of their own personal knowledge, to the beneSetal
etfecla ami aiodical virtues oj hbese Bitters. . : .
f rom Ktv.J. fitwto Crows, D. D, Editor tf tk A'acyci
sous of H tligxtmt Knouudg .
AHbough not dwpoadd to Ikrer or recommend Patent
Uedieiaea In genera, thn ujh distrust of their liigrodienta
od eilects, 1 yet koow of uo autticieul reasons why a man
may not let thy to the konehta be bells, ee himself to hare re.
owed iiom any aiuiple preparation, in tho hope that be uiay
thus cootribuia t too benetit ul othera.
1 do this the snawo readily ia regard to I!ooflaads Gormaa
Bitters, prepared by Dr. V- al. Jaekson uf (his cliy, because 1
was prejudiced against them tor many years, under tbo Ira
firessiou that they were charily aa aiouboiio mfaituro.i lam
udshlad to my Iriend Hubert bboemaker, Esq., fur tho re
norul of tbis prejudiee by proper testa, and for encourage.
meat to try them,, when sudering t'roui great aad ion ooa,
tiuued debility. 1 he use of three bottles of thees Bitters, at
the beginning ol the present year, waa followed by evideat
relief aod resioraUua to a degree of bodily and njeousi Tlgtr
which I had nut tell for six months before, aod had almost
despaired of regaining - 1 there fore thana God aud nij fneod
for directing sua to the use of them.
J. NEWTOK BROWN,
rbiladelpbla, June 23, 1861. . . , , . .
''""' Diseases of Kidney and Bladder, ' ' "".
In Young or Aged, ' Mule or Female, ,
Art speedily remored, an4 the Patient restored to, ilealUi.
Those suffering from MAR AS Ml' 3, wasting away', with
scarooly auy ttVsh oa their aonss, sr. cured lu m eery abort
time ; one bvtlle iu such cases, will hsu a moat tuxiirUiug
Hint. - ...
, ... ..! ptre'n '':
Hartng suff.rlng children aa aboee, auA wbhlDg te salsa
thrm, will dstbc regret the day Ussy au real an cad with, thee
Wtt '- :o
(i . Literary Men, Students, : ,
And those working hard with their bra las, should always
keep a bottle of HOUKLANft'S BIl'TEHS near them, aa they
wlU Sud much beuent irom Us use, t both mind aad body,
InvigoraUug and aot aepresslug. ( . f . ,
.' ,' '. It Is not a Liquor Stimulant, x
i ' ' An4 learos no prustratkMs. , ' .. '
-i Jit tendon, Soldiers I
;. . . !.' ' U; l 1: ij '
Aod tba Friends of Soldiers I
... T. I . : ! ' r . , v ;
Wa call Uio attention of all hs.ln. ralatioas or frhmda in
the army, to th. (aet that " Hocnsnd's Oeimaa Bitlers" will
cure nine-iaat of tho diseases induced by eaeoeuree aad
pri.atlous iueidcat lo oauip life. Iu the lists, eukliahed al
most daily la the newspapers, aa the asrleal ol the etc, at
wiU bo nuUosd that a eery largo nropwttoa ara autterUg
Iron) drbilily. Erery ease of that kind can be readily cured
by Uuoaaud's tieroua biuera." Wa aaea no heaiutlan ha
sisilug that, If these Bitlers wero freely used amuug our sol
diers, baudreds of Urea might be saved that otherwise would
U lose. .. i -i.i. ; I
Tho proprletori are daily reeeirlng tuankful letters from
aaOerera ia the army aad haapilaU, who ha.e aeea rastorad
to health h tba use of these U.Uare, asut to than by their
: Beware of Counterfeits ! -
ITT See tliat the' Signature of C. M. JACKSON" Ii oa
tho a'raiiuer of oaoh Bottle. '' i
DT rriea pet BoiUo,. Tt oaata I or half dee. for t.
.e Hbould your aoarast druggist not bare the article, do
not bo put off by auy of the iutosiostlug pieparaUons that
may be ottered to tie aoa, bat uoad to US, aud wo WiU sue
ward, see wily pa cited, by aapreaa,
i v i 1 ' r . .
' " Principal Office and Manufactory, ' ' '
i A aai ARCH TRKSBV. i
i flTOSrXJiS oJb XlyeVXaTsBS. v
l I ''"j (Biicceascm to 0. At. Jaeasoa k OaQ . '. ,
ii, .".'.'"'. 1 ' ProprieUrs. m.
? 17 oa SALE by Draft aad DtatMs Is arary towa
la tho falhid Slale., W
. - , '
! t r SnfiRIFP'8 SALE
. . AshUhul. Diet. Irt Court Anguatfarn, Jil
'.' Lortua Stllluiaa t. .
i ; ea. i' I Fi Fa.
SVaeerlak Stllbnes). ' J
TYY Virtue of an EXECUTION dolr
XJ Issued Irani sals' Court, la tho ahoT aaM, to m A.
reetod, I will oSWfar sale by way of puMie auction, al taw
Ilesidence of Frederick Stlllman, In Andover,
. Aahtetm'st enanty, Ohln, oa
Ttvtdny, tiit Wh day of Jvl,. A. D. 1863.
between the hour of 10 and 4 otnek of sale day, the Ml.
Ing doNrlbed goods and ehattela to-witt , . ,r
. 3 Red 0e,, T
9 Itnnn Pnw.
' r 1 Drindle Co," '
t.r.., ' White Cow.'--1
. 1 Yearllna; jvoil,
i 1 . v , . 1 Yearling Heifer, .
. . 1 two year old Steer, .
- 1 two year rtl.1 Hay Colt, and -'
w ;;' l-yearliug amy Colt """T, ',
Z 5 E A. WRIGHT, Ihorlir. ,
) Bborirs CSlea, JawolSUi, 1S6S. . . i-T0 '
SHERIFF'S SALE :rrr
3-ooartos And OHnttelss.'
Aahtabola Comrnoa l'ktas, NorombM Terta ISSt,'
Argalla a Co., t
K. B. Brown. j
T Y virtue of un eiecutlon ' dulv hnisity
' fmra aald Conrt, In IhefbnTO Me..t a,, directed. 1 '
It off.r Ihr l. by wf of nubile auction at or near tbsVi.
oence or k, n, iirowa la Klrrimrma. AatiUliiilaam.nl. iki.
(17,000) seventeen thousand feet of oara
and a grey mare. . ,, , -
r L?DWARD '"Mrn,,8r.erln,.r,
Sheriff. Office, June 27lh, 1S8S. ... . at-Voe
LOCKWOOP'S, 615! BROADAV-AYJ
s. IS COIitAKS -FOR
ta OKmrsir' ""
PAPER f OQlalVAXi;
gAt hoieaai. and RetaU. .
Oeata.. ' Farotihtru Goods.
I haew tbe larcrst an& best
selected ateok In iheelty, aad
(uaranteo to pWse tho ssoat
SI.IDB T6 OtVOKBl
' Trvrid of af saaaUisA
in wie oeparuneni e
h.TW nothing bat sssarisaoid
handa emplnyed, and by arm
rnoymg oue n, l am always en
abled to giro work that will
proro saUiuactory lo tba pdr
chaeea , , ...'..,,,
- S for 19
. - SwrmiT. iT ) -
e dr ......... 'is' ;.
Ihf . 21
Sclt-sleasureroent sent erery-
t t en application.) ;.,
NO ntl NO SAttl ,."
LADIE3. PAPER COLLAR..
At Wholesale and RetaU. ,
Orders promptly attended to. Alt are Invited la oaU oa
CUABLE3 U IXiCKWOOD.
utfraga Block. .
, 704 . i I T S76 Broadwoy, N. Tj
iir..-i f.rt.-.lrAis 1 1 ( ' I t, j . f'.'J
enence or. an lttvalKl,
PUBLISHED for The Tjenefi',' anc ns V
Warning and Oauttmr to Tonng Ken who enuor'froni
NerTo'ua Debility, rroinatnro Decay of Manhood, ate, supply
ing at the same time the Means of Self-Cure, by one who haa
cured himself after being nut to greal eipenee aad Injury frear
medical humbug, and quackery. By enclosing a poet paid ad
dressed anrelope, tingle copies may he had of the author.
, ' . NATHANIEL MAYPAIR, Eaa. :. t
TOO Bedford, Kings County, N.T. "
LAND For Sale In East Trnmbnll. A
bout 10 Acres of land with a good Honee, Bare and.
Out-but'dinirfe In prime orders with good' water and choice,
fruit, .trusted m Eaat Trumbull, three miles from the Tillage
of Knek Creek, being the promises stow occupied by J. Parr
snenter. - - . .. - ... ..j.-
i Uo. n Grist Mill, known as the Clark!;
Mill, with abnot 20 aeres or land, tltnatrd near tbe aboee do. -
scribed prom isea. The Mill is well situated for burineas, on a
durable atresia, i In good repair, baa two mo or atone, bnltd.
smut machine, rolling screen, eieretora. Aa. complete. The
abnre deaerlhed nrotiorty will he sold enean, aa the owner la
about remnring to the West, and reasonable credit wUI bo giv
en for a poition of the purchase money. Apply to -
. rt. MlUB, Heat fcaieer agem. '
Ashtabnta, May SO, 1863. - . ." am70Sl
Groceries, -r Groceries,
E U.' WILLI AMS.-riaviosr . pnrchasecl
a tho Store fbrmerlr occupied by Prentice aad Oabnra ,
has with much sere selected a choice lot of O roomies, wbicb
he Intends to sell at eery low prices for these times, and'
bones bis old fi reads and the public generally will giro hlin
. He expects to psy cash tor most kin la of country Produce
as well as Aw Lumber. ...
No has the erwoey of the celebrated imprerew "Hubbard
Standard and Light
to which he would rofte altenliea and trial, believing they
aro tbe heat Mowers eeer meonareV- - -
Ashtabula, June Sd 1803. . i. .t i . 'i joi.,,
ATS. I have' jnt re-rielved a' frealv'
Assortment of Hats, which I am aniions in serf Chean.
May 12, 11-68, .. SlEPrTBS HAI.U
. .' PERPETUAL'" BEAUTY
HUNT'S WHITE LIQUID EN A-
MEL, prepared from the receipt of Madam RaehsP
Laveraon, tlie celehraled farielaa Ladles' Enanicllar. lt
whiteaa the aklu, girlne it a soft, satin-like texture, and lo
parte a feofhneiis, suvwthuesa. pearl-liko tint and transpar
oney to tbe enni lialon, which is quit natural, without la
Injury to tbe akin, and cannot possibly be delected. ,
. It alao removes ?jn. Freckles and sunburn
" - . ' 1 WARRANTED'. ' -' - '" '' ' "'
Price "ny rrjall SO Cents. " Sent free or postage,' aumrely
packed frmn obneiration, with direction for use.
Mdiesa, HI' ST & CO., ferromers,' "
. 133 smith Seren titreet, and
-' at Boutn crgnt nneet.
PRINTS sud all kinds of domestic e;onds
marked down, at llERRICK dk BROTHER' i EatablUa
. , -: ' ' ! ...... ' I . " .' ,( I
Friday, Way 29th, 1863. .
New . Goods '; received ; by ' Express, "
1 U O. R. T. A.-E. P.
Hunncwcll's Great -Remedies.
What ' Every Familf thculd Have in 'tfit ''
house, and why.- -..i
rV" They should haeo Hts.iEwiLL'a UairsHAi Cocoa
RkMkiir, beoauso it enoetually cures Colds, Whooping and '
C'emmoa t oughs. Sore Throat, Hoarseness, and ia the meal
simple and perfect Sootolog Syrup ia th. world. For old or
youog, by day or night, it may bo need with the greatest
freedom, and throe-fourths of tho deaths by Conanmpttoa
stopped, and iuf.aU tailored of their suffering by what leaves
na aula behind. ', . . 7 . , "
They abaoid hare HuMaiwau.'a Toj o Anooriia, baeaoao to '
ia a perleat sessedy lur Nsuraigla. Nenoua Or Siok Head
aoli.. Tooth aad Caiaaha, St. Vitus Dance, W la Stomach,
or Uouels, Genuine Cholera Mnrhua, llheumatism, Diatraea
aflar Siating, r.-ereousneaa, Hysteria, aad tbe thief of all
eaurea of disease aad iaeanity, Loss "Sleep, rta eharaeter, . i
though acUre, is simple i iu actios lo perfect oonfanoitr to
nature j Its and, cure or relief.
ty for the pains of Monthly sfenstruaUoaa tbo Aao
Bt haa bean must auocesafuL while Nature's work la aa
dUturbed, aud Is ana of lumoat important points. . -
. VST Tnr aliould have UcaNtwKi.L'a Ect-aciato fuxa, '
because, with seldom but a Single Fill for a dose, all do.
rangemenU of tbe Stomach and Bowels are cured. Tbe
cure Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, when caused by foul
stomach, Loss of Appetite, Riliooaneaa, ro ortea and so erro
neously treated with Mercurials, and Jaundice. For Worms '
astiraeuae. ) . , j i-
They act aim pis, aealet nalure, do ao maks a Pill Boi of
tlie stomaeb, aa ia the must a. tal error of Ualsg ao aaaay
CiiU at a doss aad tbea, what as Inipartaat te erery raarlly
aud every runs, ane botoo gaaa aa aur as two or throe of
what I. ordinarily sold. , , . .
If tlieabeva reaaoaeara aet gond, aad'reeulhl do ne ooa-.'i
form to dec lers Uuu, 1 wiU request my sgonta to Kefuad the .
Money. This is the basis of Ml aaoadauoa, aad that of lha
public U asked to teat .,. : .
IIckkevell's.Univebul Cough RtiiiDT.
Honkewull's Tolu" Anodykc. ' - ''
llllN'NEWEIJ.'a I'icLECTIC PllitJI II
t"Jf- rae-simila oi J.L. Hunuewsll'a algaaturw rror aorla,
of geaaiaa oaly. . . - . . .
' JOHN I.. HUNNEWBLL, Proprietor, Boatea, Haaa.
UCOKOt W1W1.AKD, Agent, Aahlabula. Ohio.
Ociaa Eoestbim k Co. ,' Jou D. Ptaa. GindaasiL Olaa.
- w uoiessje agooia. ... i ... .
jT Tor sals by druggists OTerywhoro. v V .-".'-'
O. W. NELSON, DENTIST, v
1 1 .
Office in At Fitk Black, it Itotmt rtctntly to '
cupied by Dri. ffkitt oj. Robimon.
If. B.-OBce In Aabtabula will bo eeened froaa tsht 1st la
tbe loth or each mooth, uotU further uoliee. Tbo last half .
of tho mouth will bo apauk la the Odtat ia Coanaaut
, , G. W. ASLSOlt. , .
April' IS6S. ,
' PS YCliOMANO Y , '
HOW either sex may fascinate and (ralo'J
the lore ooaRdonea, affections, and good wtU of oae ,
aarsoa tliey ohotMe, uulaally. This simple mental aoqutiw ...
meat all eaa posse as, seoutiag osrteta ouaoaas la toeo, mar
ratia, eVo. .. .7
ee by Ban for SS cents, together with a Outdo to the. '
Unoaarried of Both Seise. oa eatraordinan anek of eraat
TtilrS II1mm lhliku...i ij. . .
. ". wHaadAat wieriere, .., j.
-.' . - i Vhllawwlimla, fi.
" -1 !- 1
fa Ii o