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Table of Arrival and Closing of Mails.
P. O. ASHTABULA, OHIO.
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Kotle. All Advertisements mast be hendsd In anil
ea tha hook Wore I o'clock p. m 'I hiirsday, to appear
In tha same week' payer. Tbls rale will bo rllilly ad
OrMm.-Tmbra V Km. are sclllno; Heteot
Oystera by the quart for -111 cehl. Thn.a who want
nice fresh Oysters, and don't want to pay for a can,
ran he accommodated,
A many meat aa are In a XXX nan for 10,
A are In a J. C. L. can roi S3.
Redurrlon In Prlraa. We are now nffc-rlna;
our famous brnnda of Uniin at the following reduced
price.' Alwaya full count and of sujierlor quality :
J. O, L. Select 4
BULK, per quart aolld meata ,, 50
J. M. FAt'LKNKR HON.
OyaterePrlve Hrdared.-II, II. Hull
elll furnish XXX Oysters per fail , SO
Belect yery large . .
rona meats per can 85
. Shawls reduced 25 per oent. at
Tyler A Curlitle.
now and splendid artitlu of oil Tor llhimin.
lion, is advertised by Gko. Wii.lahd. lie
B8K8 tor 11 a trim,
. Woolen Hosiery Gloves, Mittens and Leg
gins, will be closed out at first Cost at
J)ler A Carlitle'l.
We bavo marked down our Dress Goods 15
to 25 per cent, to close Hum out. Call early
for Bargains. Tyler & Carlittt.
We regret to bear that our old friend, John
Thompson, contemplates a retirement from
the American House.
Dry Goods at Reduced Piucks. In order
to close out our stock, of Winter Goods we
Lave made a great ruduotion In prices tor cash.
. . Tyler & Curlule.
We have a good st tk of Woolen Cloths
Beavers, Velveteen and Flannels, that will be
sold at a great reduction from former prices,
Tyler A Vurlult.
Jaxb ..M. Uslib of Monroe, was robbed at
Crestline, on getting off the train, on Thurs'
day evening, of two $500 drafts drawn by the
Farmers' National Bunk, Ashtabula, on Now
Call t Tyler A OtrUtte's closing out sal of
Winter Goods and est one dollar and twenty
five cents worth of Goods for every dollar you
Tfltw Timb Taiii.e. A slight change took
effect in the running of the trains on the Lake
Buore Road on Sunday ibe HtU lust. The la
bia en the first puge has been corrected ac.
Lost, on Sunday afternoon Inst, on the road
between Maotin Nkw bkbbt's and the Chewy
plnce via the Episcopal Church, an earring
and pin to match set with alternately bUick
nd white stone. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving them at Newberry's drug
Tux Fobiik8tkr8. -We are pltased to an
tiouQce that this dramatic troupe wbU:h vlsjtcd
this place a few months since, are agaia bilJwJ
or next Monday and Tuesday evenings. The
play for the first night will be "Bertha the
SewiBg Machine Girl." We bespeak for tliem
.a jjoo.d audience.
Grhat a M'ijifc.MrT, W, Arpi.Eny.
of North East, has probably struck (he largest
gas well, at the depth of 010 leet, this side of
the oil regions, lie has utilised the gas for
fuel afld lights, aud with it ram his circular
rsaw mill, lights his house, etc., and enough
fiow escapes, if saved, to light the ivhoJo yil,
J age. There are good ludicaiions of oil, and
Mr. A, expects to contiuue sinking the well
in strong hopes of "striking jjc,"
New Fjnsj. It wilj bu seen by our adver
tising columns, that a new firm lias been
formed by J. y, Haskell, M. II. Haskell
& W. (J. IlAsgELk.ofthis place, Tor Hie trans,
action of the lumber business, in (be States
fit Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, under the
firm of IIaskei,!, & Sons. This makes rather
strong firm as each of the members have
bad experience in the business, aud especially
the two tddiT members, )oug and successful
experience. It will bo a strong Ann, too, front
curelul and reliable business habits and integ
rity. Iu all that goes to commend Ihcni o
manufacturers and dealers tliey are abnyc
question, and need no endorsement where
Tub Song Mksskkoek for December is on
our table. It contaius the song of "Mrs,
O'Leary's Cw, by P. Green j editorials on
Adapting Hymns to Tunes; TIo Cabiuet
Prgan .In Play; review of sheet luusio end
aoks, (the editor's opiuion, end not the pub
lishers ;) musical news, etc., aud a variety ot
Interesting matter by Mr. Geo. F. Boot and
Others. Also a new song, Ye Have Done it
Unto Me, by Mr. Hoot, and several glees.
Specimen copies JO ts. The Sung Meueugur
is now edited sy Mr, W. . B. Mathews,
editor of the late Jifutkui Independent. Pub
fished by Hqot $ Cady, Chicago, at f I a year.
In all respects a musical paper fur the people,
Th9 American Stock JoyRSAi,. Many
persons suppose it is Impossible to publish
good practical paper outside of certain cities,
We simply ask such to send for a specimen
fi opy of the Journal, and let it speak for itself.
The January number is full of good practical
Articles, bsudsomely illustrated by over twen
ty engravings of Dorses, farm buildings, sheep,
Wln, poultry, pigeons, etc. This Journal is
edited by men that have had a long and prsc
tieal, experience in farming and atock breed
ing.' We think, thejr wj)J iatb)fy any one, that
persons can be practically engaged in this
tifiness, and yet edit a presentabe paper.
The veterinary department is in obarge of ex
peree veterinary surgeons, who answer
through die Journal all questions relating to
sick, Injured, or diseased ' animals, free of
charge. Specimen cophvi sent gratis, by N.
F.VoTKb'& Co., Publishers, ParkwbHrg, Pa.
The beautiful Operetta "Laila" will be given
y fyp girls of the Grammey schools on next
rlday evening, Jan. gQth. at Smith's Hall.
Tlje object If ihjs ame as hs )ost ponpert for
fhe purpose of fi?Jf)ff fuods lor organ for
ifjji) schools. The other was so much of
a ij)M Jbf those Jnere(ted areencourag;
ed In giving tnis Voperaltf," and every pans
b&S been J.akeo to make it yery jntepestlng.
We hope our citizens will beart)y upr)ofl ihe
board ojf education, aqd all those' interested In
the effort of introducing tty new depsftment
f muslo in our schools, eo4 W ihe aayiug l(
(trae "Good workmen wish gpot tools," let us
11 give our mite in furnishing i'wlfl, yi. or
gans. ' We jbttll hope to see the Hal) fuJl to
JEFFERSON, Jan. 17th, '72.
As I am a rcudei of your ipcr I thought
I would ven lute lu contribute to your columns
not for my own edification, but for other who
may chance to. reid it. As 1 learn your sheet
ho a wider circulation at the present time
lliHn ever before, I feel lo congratulate you in
your success. We arc soon to be united by
lite great iron band of IUUroads, which is
making lolig distances short, and the tiresome
Journey from our place to Ashtabula, via
C'tuiUKT WtU-iAMs' hack will soon bo done
away with. Sllll when Mr. Williams Is con
ductor the route seemes shortened, by Ills
pleaannt and agreeable manners, he never will
be forgotten by the traveling public The
milenium of Jefferson In the way of railroad
Is near at hand, we can hear the locomotive
whistle naw, which In an allegorical sense Is
Gabriel's loud toned trump, lo arousu the
stupid energies of our quiet village, and Is
having the desired eft'ect, by some exuhunges
la real estate of late . 1 have noticed an ad
vance, and new life Is shown in our several
enterprises. The young people of our place
gave a Masquerade Hull last Friday evening,
at Warren's Hall, every one seemed to enjoy
themselves, there were over three hundred
present ; there were representatives from lite
adjoining towns of Geneva, Conneaut and also
from Ashtabula. The ono that seemed to attract
the most attention from Ashtabula, was a
would-be-cunning groceryinin who wore a
lady's mask, but In actions anything but
feminine. His appearance and maimer upon
going to supper made It hard entering
the dining hall, He pucsed by ci.uple
male and female, and the poor fellow had to
change his sex or go wilhuut bis oysters, He
pretered the latter,
JEFFERSON, Jan. 17th, '72. "That Town House Again."
SAYBROOK, Jan. 14th, 1879.
In my last communication I gave some en
couragement to those who ore interested iu
our township affairs, that I would at some fu
ture and convenient time, Bay something
further of our town house difflct.ltiefi, It was
my inteution then to have reviewed tliu evi
dence offered iu Ihe Injunction snit recently
tried in the Court of Common Plea before
Judge Chaffee to have reviewed the argi
ments ol Cuunsel, and the opi.ilon of the
Court, for the benefit of lliose who were not
favored with an opportunity of hearing the
trial. But your treatment of that communi
cation, Mr. Editor, leads me to expect, if I at
tempt to fulfill my promise, I must submit to
having it trimmed to suit the" fancy of one
whose sympathies are not apparently neutral,
and seen) to run ill a direction adverse to the
views of the writer of this article. Of any
man's views or sympathies I haye no riifhl lo
poiupluiu. But it seems to me, that 111" Judge,
under whoso diieotiou the evidence goes to
the Jury, should have no visible sympathy,
and should deal even aud exact justice to,
- Knowing how deceptive appearance? some,
times ure, how easily it is to be mistaken, and
witbul possessing a forgiving spirit, I do not
suffer any angry thoughts to have a place in
my heart, I haye no disposition lo load the
''old Hint lock blunderbus" if I am to be com
pelled to submit to haye the charge drawn be
fore I am permitted Ut "draw a bead" on
''South liidge," the giant physically and the
dwarf metaphysically, who acts as his armor
bearer, and the town house eouspiralors aud
their Sepoy allies. Feeling tliut I a pi not at
liberty to defend myself, and Ihe cause I ad
vocate, under the plea of excluding personali
ties, I must bo excused from any attempt to
yentilate these, and some other topics I had In
I shall make no defense of the "prominent
individual" whom "South Iiidge" bus attempt
ed to lampoon. That individual, if lie has
any existence outside the imagination of
"South Uidge," must take care of himself. It
is a matter of equal inditference to me, wheth
er the "prominent Individual" is clothed with
tt "lion skin or calf." I shuli nut ho drawn
aside from the town house question to discuss
matters iu which neither myself or the people
of the township have any interest, I can as
sure you, Mr. Editor, that it is no part pf the
character of the "lion, to rise from his lair,
shake his mane and roar," when no enemy aj
pears in the field but that miserable, contempt
ible, lougrcarcd beast, that God, iu a moment
of wrath, made and intended us a caricature
upon the entire animal klugdom. I have no
answer to the gross personalities of "South
Ridge," in your last paper. If I were incliued
to indulge njY faucy In tills direction, 1 belieye
I could make some applications to he backs
of some who sojourn at Ku KJux corners, that
would blister and burn to the bone ; and I
think one could bo made that would penetrate
the hide of rhinoceros even, and it may he,
tingle the spinal marrow, Poes "South Bidge"
see the point f But I leaye such work to those
whose tastes and appetite fit them lor servipv
in such a channel. If lampooning and carica
ture are to be the order of the day, I presurne
tonie permn can be found who ha a turn lu
that direction, who will be willing to meet the
publ'ie demand, It is posjb!e "South Ifidge"
and his friends, may find when they have done
their best, that the ability to excel In biograr
phy aqd painting in the township baa not
been entirely exhausted. Some history-pieces
might be "put up" that would sell well singly,
iu pairs Of In family groups. If anything
was Jacking, Hibernian description could he
Those who have been favorable to the pro
ject or building UWtt house, haye lodustri,
ously circulated, at home and abroad, the as
jrtloo, that the township bad no place for the
transaction of its business. "South Ridge". In
your last isue, virtual y asserts the same thing.
Buy brook, to-day, ha a more commodious and
convenient p)ape for the transaction of a))
township business than Ashtabula, while the
latter township far surpasses Kaybrook in
wealth, population, ftc, That Saybrook has a
house for township purpose, I now propose
to show from the record, I quote from cer
lified copy of a lease from District No. 4, and
dated AP"1 21st, 1840, to the trustee in office
at that dato. The director "leased unto fb
aid Josifth Pa(d Crosby and Andrew Vfih
ton and their uegsor in office, the use of
the school bouse In said district, to hold elec
tion and town mooting la, and for all other
town business so long a said trustee or their
successors n office, msy wish to oecupy said
school bouse for the purpose foresaid'
"That the township shall not be put lo any
expense in keeping said school bouse In re
pair.t 8)j.aH occupy said school house for
the purposef aforesaid, free from (axe 0' ev
ery description, 10 qng as the ppeeeqt house
?hs lease, as any one cq percejye, ve, an
mml to fha ipjymjhlp untij t)e house ba)
be destroyed. yr fipe, pr yqt rjown In it pjape.
The township' was under no; oblfgatlon, by
the terms of the lease, to make any repair pa
(he bpuse. The township, Koy.erned, by a
sense pf JuUce, voluntarily, apd without b
gal obligation, furnished the mean to repair
the hone aa often a tliry were needed. And
Dow, oceans the township was Ibua lilfral,
"Month Itlire" argues that Ihe towonhlp lias
forfeited lis lok'j' l In Ihe house, and now oc
cupy It by the tuffernnof ut Ihe Boatd of Kd
ucatlon. Ia not Hila execllent, shrewd and el
egant logic T If a Mraon rents a bouse for
year, and at the expiration of half the term,
he makes any repair on It when not botir.d In
do so, he forfeits the leaae for the remainder
of bis term. If any repulrs are tnnde, on the
house by the landlord himself, it Is no longer
Ihe same house, anil the tenant at any moment
is liable to be ejected Into Ihcalreet, Or, If
the building n vvrd a few roda lo a more
convenient locution, the removal extinguishes
all the rights of the tenant. Is not Ihe reason
ing or "South Kldge" and hi friend pro,
found? and are not their conclusions those or
juat nen mu le per.ect?" The towmdilp pos
sesses an Interest in the house beyond Ihe
resell of the Uonrd of Kducatloiir-bcyond Ibe
power of Ihe Stale legislature lo divest it. It
Is by such clap trap as this that the town
house builders attempt to deceive the people,
If they are deceived by It, and submit lo the
pr sent outrage, ihey deservo lo be made to
pay for a town house every year. Posslng
such rare r aoning faculties, such a profound
knowledge of Ihe element of law, "South
Kldge" had better defend the pending Injunc
tion suit alone, and startle the world by the
introduction of his new Uicory of legal print
ciph s, and Ihe administration of Justice.
"We'll show you in the Spring," are words
of ominous import lo "Smith Kidge" end his
coadjutora. They ring In their cars like the
voice of doom. These words ore ever prea.
ent with them through the ('.ay; In the still
hours ut lite pight, when honesty and. fair
dealing lies in quiet slumber, and their pos
sessor visited in his dreams by angels of love,
Who point to that blessed abode where the
Just receive their reward, they come home lo
them with two-fold powtr, filling their souls
wi'.h anguish that cannot lie described. A
guilty conscience Invests the ministers tf
Avenging justice with every conceivable
shape, and Ihey fear every conceivuble lorm
of pnnidimcnt. To some tliev come in the
form r a destroying angel, that hovers over
the couch of the guilty culprit, threatening
hint with sure destruction. To others, the
threatened punishment comes in the shape of,
a mighty town house from the steeple, roof,
windows, kev-liole, cracks and crevies of
which glare the wrathful eyes of the outraged
victims, whose pockets have been bled to
build a house they did not wan! and had 110
voice in locating lifted from Its foundation
by some invisible power, and held ever ready
to be dropped upon the weak and feeble taber
nacle of clay that holds their sinful souls
"Iu the Spring." It is sad to pass away in
Ihe early Spring, and oa the first Monday in
April. But the decrees of rule are inexorable.
"South Ridge," full of sympathy, regrets
Hint "Justice" g so nearly or quite exhausted.
I can assure "South Kidge" and his anxious
friends, that he need not entertain any Tears
on our account, that "our pond" is as ful) end
as inexhaustible us the everlasting fountain
front whiph l receives It supply. Our pond is
roll, and continually slopping PV, and the
daily waste of propejiig power is sufficient
to supply half a dottcn sucbenglms as that
run by "Sonth Ridge" and fired by his Reyer
For the present. "South Ridge," allow me
to hid you and nfl'uctionate and friendly adieu,
Rail Road Matters.
Traek laying upon the Jamestown Is moving
moderately toward Jefferson; the town line
has been passed and a distance of xome three
or fouF miles, only remain to be traversed to
reach Ihe business centre. The place of junc
tion for the Yonngstown branch with the
Jamestown has not yet been decided upon,
Work upon the Painesvitle road, we (rather
from common fame, confirmed by tho pnpers
of the place has probably gone itito suspen
sion. They haye o inany storms, and bat)
weather over there, that it seems impossible to
do anything upon tho road, or to get the
stockholders to meet Ihe contractors, and the
effect is that Ihe 25 per cent, of subscriptions
due on finishing up the road to Chardon, hang
fire. In Ihe mean time, the engineers are
making a diversion on a line between Chardon
a id Hudson. It would be a good time now to
start up Hint Madison line again.
Uegafriing I ho railroad, tlie lVmes
ville Advertiser says : "Reports are be
ing circulated that all work on the road
ia stopped, and all manner of reasons
given lor it. Tho iaots are that two
corps of engineers arc isonslantly in the
Held, and preparing for tls letting of
contracts ns last as possible, and, as aoon
m work can begin in the way ol ballast
ing the road with the nrospeot of no
interruptions by severe storins-il u ill
begin, We inalo these statement on
tho beat of authority."
Gentlemen f tjie Board of gducativn I
I have the pleasure of submitting for your
consideration the following report of the
School lot tho Term ending Dec. S2ud, 1871.
The following lwen!y,one items wjlj give you
a pretty correct idea of the growth, attendance
aud punctuality of tho schools during the
1. Total enrollment -403.
2. Average monthly enrollment 854.
. Average daily attendance 318.
4, Per cent, of attendance 0'i.
0. Percent, or punctuality 09.5.
9. Total number or days present 217011.
T. Total Number of day absent 1481.
8. No. cases or tardiness 600.
9. No. pupil neither absent or tardy 28,
10. No. absent but not lardy t 108.
11. No, tardy but not absent 28.
) J. No. absent three days or less 123.
18. N". absent five days or more J26,
14. No. lardy three times or less ISO,
15. No, tardy five time or more 88.
1 4. No, in school 1 month or less 84.
17. No. in school S month or less 10.
18. No, iu school 8 month or less 19.
19. No, in school 4 month - - 803,
20. No. permanently wlbdrwp 80.
21. No. withdrawn and re-entered 87.
The total enrollment exceeds that of the
co rrespondjpp term of last year by 69 ; it ex
ceed the total enrollment for the whole of
last year by 13 1 the average daiiy attendance
exceeds that pf the same term lost year by 65 1
the per cent, of attendance 1 about the aame ;
the percent, of punctuality Is two greater; the
cases of tardiness vera fewer, though the
number Pf pupils was largely increased. The
name of those neither absent nor tardy are;
Jlenry IJarri, Albert Perrigo, Bqsh Tay
lor, Milk Pf row, Nellie Loveland, Rati
Moshjer, Cornelia gtrader, liddie Scovi)le,
Mary YbP, Alice Sanborn, joe SJjaw.Llz.
xle Tlcknpr, pbarle Blimpson, Cbarlee gav.
age. Ella Randall, Frankie Mitchell, 'Lewi
Amsden, C'lwirles Bruce, Eva Laurie, FraJ
Morrison, Ui-rn Kiak, diaries Kl, Paul
Ford, George Hitl.bHrd, Eddie P. Mali, Frwd
Moahier, Kddlo Klifrinnn.
It will be ohairved Hist lou,t three foortln
of the total numlier enrolbd, wc In school
Ihe whole term, d f laose in scUvd one
month or l s, n'nrly one-half entered school
during the Inst mouth. The nuo;lM-t perma
nently withdrawn ia f Wt tUsi during the
flrj! term of Inat ymr, a,nd ow doubt it would
ave been a fourth h as, had if nol been fof
tho alarm occasioned by ihe small pos.
These slatemenia show that our schools are
stesdily Improving In Hirer severs! feapeets.
One or Ihe most encouraging features of tta
case Is, that this increased promptness In at
tendunve has been sectisedj with much leas ef
fort on the part of the teachers than tn former
year. It is evident, I think, from this, Hist
the pupils ere more Interested, and take great
er pleasure lu tlx ir achool work lhan formerly.
This Interest line diniini,sl(d largely tho caiu
of discipline ; for every teubhrr observes Hint
when his pupils nre earnestly engaged about
their studies, they have Utile desire ftr mis
chief. Tims, by the united efforts of Ihe teach
ers, three points of great value hve been
gained ; 1st, the habit or prompt attendance to
school duties; 2nd, Increased interest In school
work ; 8'd, better order In the school room. I
take the greatest pleasure In commending the
pupils of the evei l achools for their indus
try, Ibelr good behaviour, anJ their klnanss
and courtesy to their teachers during the term
The classes, almost without exception, have
completed the woik allotted lothem, and Ihey
have done it well. Every effort has been
made to prevent the mere memorizing ut Ihe
books, a process productive only ofevil results.
The aim bus been to ptakc each study a means
rather titan a branch ofcdupaliun, It! cultivate
Ihe intellectual powers, to develop the mind,
ratio r than cram the memory. I am more
ami more satisfied, as my observation ex
tended, (hut not only the mthod but the or
der in which the subjects are taken up In our
schools is wrong a-id contruty to nature. The
first thing given a child after he has learned (o
read a few nentenpes, U a lesson in. numbers.
This is well enough as long as the subject can
he addiKtssed to his senses. The simple pro
Cesses of addition, subtraction, Ac, may be
made evident by the use of objects; but many,
if not most of the processes of arithmetic ns
given In our books, require quite a full devel
opment ol the reasoning faculties, In order to
their clear comprc.c.Maion, Tbcsj more diffi
cult processes ought tin relore to come much
later In the course of study than they usually
do. The next thing given the child is geogra
phy. This would be well enough If at first
the physical features of the earth were taught,
with only so much of local geography as can
be brought under the child's own observation.
The subject as usually treated tn our hooks,
includes the boundaries of states, the names
and location of towns, small as well as large,
the products, exportB, Imports and manufac
tures of different coi, tries, &c, fcc. all of
which rciptlrca Tor Its full understanding, iporc
maturity of mind than is usually round in
children required lo pursue Ibis study year af
ter year- A (jinge year devoted to this study
when the mind is sufficiently developed and
matured, would give better results than five
years according to the common custom. No
study contributes more to the old, ruinous
method of stuffing the memory than l"cu and
political geogaaphy. The next thing given I
English grampiar, which with writing and
spelling, completes the "common school studr
ies." 3" far us grammar teaches (he right use
ol' on language it fs jn place and is valuable;
but so fur as it teaches the science or language,
its philosophy, history and origin, it is out of
place and useless at the time qnd in the way
in which It is gem rally studied,
One of the first things n child learns is to
$peuk the language of ps parents und mate's.
No matter what this language may be; jt will
learn Latin or Hebrew just us soon und as easy
as English or German; and if a child should
hear l)e language jt is learning, iiltrmt used
correctly, it is not a, all likely, that tljut phild
would ever in its life-time, either write or
speak its native tongue, other lhan with the
most perlect accuracy. AVp Jiaye the evidence
of this (apt illustrated in those families where
good language is constantly used, as well
ns that ot the opposite fact in lliose fam
ilies where inaccurate and inclcgaul language
is always used, Jt' these observations are
true, it is evident that the practicul study or
rather use of our language should be begun
with the little chjjd and continued until the
right use of it Is perfectly acquired; but techr
nicnl grammar should be entirely opiittcd til
three or four year' later iu the child's school
life tli 11 11 ut present given. The remedy for
the evil just hinted at j evident, but the appli
cation difficult ; uol from the nature of the
case, but from our own education and preju
dice. The remedy would consist in giving a
regular and wu)l graded series of conversation
lesson in connection with a similarly graded
series of composition lessons. In this way the
right v or both spoken and written language
would be acquired.
By such a change as I have here outlined,
time vtould be given for the study or some or
the physical sciences, so well adapted to the
tender years and active senses or childhood,
and to the development of those fucuHjes or
the mind, which would then be cultivated,
but which under tho present order of thing
are left unused tjJi (hoy are so dwarfed end
blunted that their full development Is eycr af
Botany is uprivalcd as a study for cultivat
ing the senses, and the habit of observation,
aud generalization. Ju facta and elementary
principles are within the comprehension of ev.
ery child in our schools. It )s just as easy for
a child to learn fhe name of plant or flower,
as the came nf a playmate. The names of the
parts are a easily learned, and their order ob
rved. The foct that the object or which
botany treats are to be found iu great variety
and abundance In every field, garden and doorr
yard, Is much in it favor, The child can takp
the Mower and examine its part for itself,
compare them with the part of other flowers,
and thus (tout a judgment aa to their being or
the same class, &c. In this way the mind is
trained to form correct judgment, thing
continually required in the pursuit of every
branch or business,
Anatomy is another branch of physical scL
ence adapted to produce JJke result. In this
case the objechrtha child's owtj person 1 al
ways present for examination and observation
The element of genera) physic are useful
and may be taught with, much greater ease
and success than geography and grammar. It
s to be hoped that a right View may be taltej)
of tbla whole subject, aud that the change
aow being made may be approved.
Ia closing this report f would repeat a re
quest often Made-s-tba! the Board will VUH
(he schools frequently nd obverye the meth
ods of instruction, that they mry be able to
Judge of the ailbfulpess itii which Ibp
teachers and Superintendent ape dojng fh
I. M. CLEMENS, Supt.
! J J.-l W . ' J I - "
drawers and; Wrapper reduced 20 to 30
ycr cent., at Tyler d- C'nrlMt.
JA-r, ftylvealer I! (own. of Saybronk,
say tKc Jelieva Timtn, f inn exhibited at
our otyue a, razor which v'"'""1 a '"K1
antiquity. I'pon tha hnndln which ia ol
clarified horn is a plat na.rae4 "Wm.
JJrown, 170'J," This was the great-grand
father of the preaent owner, and was
br"iiM bykhint li this country at the
date shown o,n the fjljte, Iron Coli-ri.in ,
Ireland. Win. Brown willed n this
date in Massachusetts, nar Upriogrichl,
ami in 17.13 a v,Uf f fifty w ho w-rc
indited, to remove o ihe far ct tl'V"
twenty miles west of prwgficK'jto form
a new settlement, by the gilt u.f 160
acre of hind. '' raxor w as usea by
bint and ha shaved three vjeiii-ratioii ai--
ter him, Although the blade liasgiown
iuite tmrrow, It t Ul "cut like a ruanr.'
They d'Hi'l make such edge tools in these
Blankets, Blaukeia a few pair left that we
will sell at New York prices.
Tyler & Carlisle.
Ashtabula Market-Jan. 19th. 1872.
Dealers pay the following Prices.
imh-No. I Kt-d
00-40, (he ear -
Flock Hem.ixii Hhkes
t'uii!" Meal -per rmi
C'lHifpep firr p, -Corn ai d (j .!,
l H!A 10
10 lo 1
New York Cattle Market.
The prlcet of callle In the New York market on H a
inm of Jan. ringed an r.jllutri! :
Prime to ctra Bullotka i (iix
Klr.l qnalliy '. it li :
Medium, or Koud. fair quality 11 i i-i-s
Thai ol ordlnar) thin b.eeri.. Oxen and Cu a n 6' 10)
Infirioror loweM uiatlvut c'aiile a 4ilo
The treat; rat average or the market to-uav
e-thiiul'-r at lt ffil'
Extreme raitrfe of pmee 'from .'. S 1--.&. ,4
The nnjt of the flah-s ate from.." It r
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
WEDNESDAY. Jan. 17.
Fl.om- Market (inlet, We qnotB l fcllpu a :
Whliu XXX .
No. i Red XX..:.':.
No. Bed X
'ouiim brauua ;
Ked XX .'.'.....'..
7 tWv 0
n.UKij i ,5
WUSAT-Maiket rul ! rtiadv, at t.4 for No. 1, ml
Whiter ; 1.4t for No. 8do.
(jOIIN. Old la steady at 54c for No. 1 mixed ; new In
more Inquiry and beld at SU for pf ; SU for yellow
OATS. There are rjo old arriving and prices ara
.nominal ; Mc for Nq. 1 tttatc.
BUTTEIl Ma-ket la quiet and It sail y the demand
la mpdVrato for choice. Piiiun 4t 5(11 ; cutnmpn to
pood do at ttflao
EUGS There le a muderate demand apd, the market
la eteady at St.Tjllo for Ireah.
CHEESE The m.irket la ateadf and qniuf ; factory at
144&1 !y'c, for rmall lota selected.
POTATOES The demand la good and the market
flnqst 65c on track by car lota) J07Sc fbr small
lota from atore.
qitEK.N APPLES. There la a (rood dproand for
eonpd fruit Mid the market a flrm and atesdy ( t$.!3'
l,00 per h,jrri'.
QUIED APPLES Therp Is bflfter Inquiry anrj fba
market It firm at IH'S-c for new frt.
ONJONS The requu( Is good aud the market la
firm a( TM&73.
VISth)(iAR-Pnre cider vlpejjar la fair demand and
firm at IHQSOc, iiacka;ee iurluled.
DEANS- In moderate denutud at ti,005il,I5 for prima
SMOKElj J EATS City 8i84F:cuFPrt IUma lie ; d,fled
Hucu a filthy and profuw pasal diwihariiel Where
does It all come from ? The little gland In" the tiscue
nuiue mu euamoers oi me notie are Ulcerated and die
eaued, drawlni; Irom the system its corruption. It la
an ouilct lor iu Impurities. Stop this discharge by n
jnjr fhe many adyeniaed strnne liquids, snurfj aud in
halaula. and you mtVu ap outll-t n fhe luuus or else
where, j he riisi'ai'e is translated to anotOer locality
Pore fstal. The ratliinat way to cure tso correct the
eysu-Qi by llsior Dr. Pierce's Uoldeu Mediaal Discovery
which tqnos It tin, cleanses tin blood and heals the dis
eased glands by a spep !0c Influence upon them, and to
aseift, use Dr. Haye"" Caurrh' liuiniilj with Dr. Pieree's
Nasnl Donehe. the only way to rfiah the upper and
bauk paviiies where the aischjrL'a comes from. No
danger from this treatment and it is the only sure cure.
The Du)cup and two mpdicincs sold at oue by Driuirista
for tl St.)
Ask tku recovered dyspeptics, bilious aufferers, vie
thus itf futsr and aiiue, the tuen itrlal diseaied patient,
flow the rof crcd heajth. (.hi-crful spirits, and good ap
petites t)ujy will Uill you by tiikinu Siuun's Liver
FISshttiK in their pearly sheep,
t-'riim lha elorlpus coralline,
bee thoe teeth untarnished t
White alike, the back and front.
Yes, iy the Krairraiit Soxodont.
May beauty's mouth be garnished..
Kpalding'a (ilue mends Headless Dolls, Ac.
Proonasa or thb Revolutioh. A new light dawned
upon the world with the introduction of Plantation Bit
ters twelve years ago. Drastic purgation went out res
toration and renovation cauie in. The ayes of the peo
ple were opened to Ihe great fact that the way to cure
disease is to atreucthen and support its victim, not
to place them at tn rnerry by depriving them of the fit
tie strength they have. It soon became evident that as
a meaue of Infusing vitality into the feeble systetu,' reg
ulating the eefiretidua, curing iudigastion. and reform
ing a billions bsliif of body, no ruedjciufl p:aratian
then known waa then comparable to the nfcw restora
tive. Since then buudreds of attempts have been made
to rival fhe Hitters, They have all tailed, and the grand
resolution iu medicinal treatment, which wa commenc
ed in Mii, Is still in progress. Nothing caii stop It, for
It is founded on the principle, now uuivertally acknowl
edged, that physical vigor is the most formidable an
tagoist of all butnan ailmenla, and espsrience haa
Shown that Plantation Bitten ara a peerless invigorant,
well aa thr best possible aafegura agaiust epidemic
Happt RsLiar ran Yuiinq Wen from the efTocts of
Errors and abuses lu early life. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility cured, impediments lo Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New aud remark
able remedies. a)ouk and Circulars aent free. In sealed
Addiess, HOWARD AgaOfUATIOX. No. I South
Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. S7
The Copfeaalona of an Invalid. Published
aa a warning and for tne benefit of young men and oth
ers, who surfer from Nervous Debility, Ac, .supplying
the mesne of self cure.
Written by one who baa cured himself, and aent free
oa receiving pusfuaid4irectcd envelop.
Address, NATHANIEL MA YFAIR.
tfjry Brooklyn. N. T.
fu Ashtabula. Januara Ulh. by Key. I. O. Fiah.r, Mi.
E. W. Locawoou to Mjss Kate Lorrta, both ef Ash.
tabula At tha State Una, January 9th, by Rer. T. D. Bllnn,
Mr. Levi T. Fkeuah of Pprry, Pa., to M.a. Miaavf
A. Waa, of C'ooueaut,
Announcmenta free: Coinmendatorr Nces. half rata
In thla villas. Marian, Inana aaughtor of Mprrlca
and Llbbie Wbt, agad uoutha. '
In Klnpa villa, January 7th, Pinna D. Pi, aged
In Kalloggsirllla, Dec. rath, Ea4B A. Wilet, son of
C. O. aad', U Wiley, aged 1 ,ura.
Ia BheaVeld, Jan. ltlb, Damikl &win. aged 75 yeara.
In Cqujiaaet, Jan. ibth, Mr. fAUHT WaUAia. aged SB
VQU THB IfKT SIXTY PAYS,
At. a discount, being desirous of eetllng fs rruny in(9
u'se aa possible this winter- 4U who expest to!get a
apd they aytll hear something to tfcetr advaataaa.
These stoves ara now ortoryi perfect Sad tpmplale
haautlful, durable and healthful.
Ashtabula, Jipl. Uo, WrT). ' 4Mf
rar-TlIB CAl'SB A!D CI RB Of COSSI MP
TloM The primary cause of Consamptlun Is de
rangaaMrnt of tha dlgoetlv organs. Thla derai.ire
merit prodneea deSclant nntrltloo and saalmllatlon.
By asalmllatton, I mean that process hf whfch tha nu
trtmant of the InoA I converted Into blood, and thenca
Into tha solids of Oic body. Persrms with dlrastloi
thn I ai paired, baring the slightest predisposition to
pulmonary disease, or If they take cold, will be very'
Hants to hare Consumption of tha Langa la soma of
IU forma; and I hUd that tl will bo Impossible H
rare any rase of Consamptloo without flrt rrssorln j
S rd dlgsstlrm and healthy assimilation. The very
first thing to be don ta to cleans tha stomach and
bowels from all diseased mncna and slims which la
clogging these organs so that they cannot perform
tlielr fnnctlona, and then sens np and restore ho
tlrar to a healthy action. For thla tmrpoe, the snrast
and beat remedy I Hchenck'a Mandrake Pills. Theso
litis clean the atomach and bowels of all the dead
and morMd slim that Is causing disease and decay lit
the whole system. They will clear out tha liver of ail
diseased bile that has accnmnlatcd there, and arouse
It on to a now and hoalthy action, by which natural
and healthy bllu Is secreted. 1
Tb atomach, bowels, suit I Ivor ara thn cleansed
hyttio nso of Schenck's Mandrake Pills; but then
remalna In tho stomach an eiccsa of acid, the organ
Is torpid and tha appetlto poor. In the bowels, tho
lacteal ara weak, and requiring strength and support.
It Is In condition like thla that Bchenck's Seaweed
Tonic prorea to be the most valuable remedy ever
discovered. It Is alkaline, and Ita use will neutrallt
all excess of acid, nuking tha atomach aweet and
fresh ; It will giro pertnanout tone to thla Important
organ, and create s good, hearty appetite, and prepare
the system for the first process of a good digestion,
and ultimately make good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter thla preparatory treatment, wh.it remains to cure
moat cases of Consumption Is the free and parser cr
Ini nse of Bchenck's Pulmonic 8ymp. The Pntmon
1c Syrup nourishes the system, purtflVo the blood, and
Is readily absorbed into the circulation, and thence
distributed to Ibe diseased lungs. There It ripen all
morbid matters, whether In the form of aliecoeaes or
tubercles, and then aw-ista Nature to expel all the dis
eased matP-r lu the torm of free exiweuiratloB, Sfhen
Oneelt riiens. It la then, by the great beallng ati
purifying properties of Hchenck's Pulmonic Syrup:
that all ulcers and cavities arc healed up sound, aud
my patient is cured. tp
The essential thing to bo done in curing Consump
tion la to get up a good appetite and a good digestion,
so that tb body will grow In flesh and get strong. If
S person baa di seared! nng, acarltyorabacesa there;
tha cavity cannot heal, tha matter cannot ripen, so
long aa the system Is below par. What is necessary
to cure is a new order of tilings, a good appetita, a
good nutrition, the body to grow In flesh and get
fat; then Nature Is helped. Ihe cavities will heal, tha
matter will ripen and be thrown off in large quanti
ties, and the person regain health and strength. Thia
la the trn aud only plan to cafe Consumption, and if
a person la very bad, if the lungs are not entirely do
sTcoyed. or even if one lung la entirely gone, if there
Is enough vitality left in the other to heal up, there
is hope: 4
I have seen miny persons cured wltb only one sound
lung live and enjoy life to good old age. This la
what rJchenck's Medicine will do to cure Consump
tion. They will clean out the stomach, sweeten ami
strengthen It. get up a good digestion, and give Na
ture tho asaUuute she needs P. clear the system i f
all the disease that lain in Ixj;', whatever tho form
It la important that, while nslng Schenck's Medi
cines, care rhouli bo i!xenic;J 11 t to take cold ; keep
in-doors In cord and damp weather; avoid night-air,
and take out-do r exercise only to genial aud wana
I wiflj It distinctly understood that when I recom
mend a patient to be careful in regard to taking cold
w hile uing my medicines, 1 do so for a special rea
son. A man who baa but partially recovered from th
effects of a bad cold la far more liable to a relapse than
poo who hae been entirely cure. I, and it is precisely
tha same in regard to Consumption. So long aa tl
lunge are not perfectly healed. Juft so long la there.
Imminent danger of a roll return of the disease. Ilenc
jt la that I so st renoously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing theniselvve to an atmosphere tliat is
not genial and pleasant. Con Aimed Consumptive'
lunga are a mass of sores, which the least change of
atmosphere will inflame. The grand aecretof my iuc
cesa with my medicines consista in myabflity to auh
dne inflammation instead of proyoking it. as many of
the faculty do. An inflatnedlung cannot with safety
to the patient bo exposed Ut the biting blasts of win
ter oc'Oio chilling winds of spring or antnmn. It
should be carefully shielded from all Irritating Influ
encea. Tho utmott caution should bo observed ia
thia particular, as without it a cure under almost any
circumstance ia an impossibility.
Tbe person should b kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the medicinea contlnoed until
the body ha restored to it Ihe natural quantity of
flcsb and strength.
1 waa myself cored by thia treatment of the worst
kind of Consumption, and have Uved to get tat and
bearty these many years, with one lung mostly gone.
I have cured thousands eince, and very many nave
been cured by thia treatment whom I have never aeon.
About the 1st of October, I expect to take posses
sion of my new building at the northeast corner of
BixUi and Arch Streets, where I shall bo pleased, to
give advice to all who may require it.
Pall directions accompany all my remedies, so that
a person in any part of the world can be readily cured
by aauict observance of the aame.
17 J. H. BCILKSCK, M.D..
R. MACRE,DY & COMPANY.
.V. E. Corpff Columbia pnd Walnut Ut.
Wholesale Agepta. CINCINNATI, O
VOTICE.-To w hom it may concern.
1 We. as a flrm. and as Individuals, have this day
placed In the hands of I. O. Fisher. J. P. all accounts
Notes, Ac. flue us and parties are hereby notified that a
prompt settlement is expected. Your early atteution
this cafl will greatly ohlii.-'j
DIIS. II. it. B. V. VAN bORMAN.
Real fiztate fyr Sale.
A FARM of 100 acres of excellent
L V. Land, situated on Plvmouth Hidgc. miles
from Ashtabula Village; well wati;rod, excellent fruit
orchard in hearing, t.ood builtllj'gs aud very desirable
property. Yuj tatp p hyap
Alsoa fine Karru of (.1 acrcg 3 niiles Eat from Ashta
bula Village ou ajorth Ridge Road, lo acres wood laud,
acres vfneyurd and 4 of orcharding, 3 hoasca and i
barns, all i:i good repair. er- cheup.
Also, s wood lot of MS acres near the It. R. In Plym
outh, ill acr cut. o;er; balance bcadiy wooded.
A small farm of tn acre. All tillable land, with good
buildings and abundance of fruit nf all kinds ; situated
on South Itidge, a, miles wot from Ashtabula
A Machine Slup on Main Street. Ashtabula : engine,
boijer and a p'p asrornnciit of tools.
IA piaguifirei t eriate on Ibe North Itii?ge about 4
miles Wet frjJMl Ai.ltilh;lla Villuge. f!5 ai:fes of the
the best laiuf. a huge and convenient poufe. nearly
new. a flue barn and out btiildlt.gs also iwvf. All kinds
of fruit, shrubbery and everything desirable for a coun
try rusirjeiiee. This estate it offered at a great sacrifice
011 accmiti't of the failing health aud the brotu up condi
tion of hc owner's family.
A Lot of M,1 acres, oue fifth of wlileh is woodland,
about puu half utile from Ashubula Tillage, near the
Two Fine Residences and I.pfs of 4 acre corn on
Chertnut M.. ami also two 011 t'ainn St. Barns, Fruit,
good Water aud everything iiptjnirut fp cah.
Also, a verv desirable propertv on North Ridge Rond
near Ihe old rair f Irnum)", collitlstiugof a hnuie nearly
new Barn, 1 acre of excuiluut laud well Blocked with
A desirable residence pn Centre St.
Also, a House aud Lot pu Park St.. directly iu th
centre of tliu Vllluge.
A Beautiful Country Seat and 10 acres qf excellent gar
den land with Orchard trd Yliiwant fti'd many varie
ties nf small fruits. Alxnit ll, mile tVeat from Adiia
bula Village ou tlit; Xurtli Uldge ltijail.
A splendid Garden of nearly three acres under high
cnltivaiou and full of the choicest irtilts, together with
House, Barn atd pther appertfnenees, to he sold very
cheap. Situated a li)te S. W. of the Horotigb limits on
the Round llctid Jfufid, kuM,vn a the Bliss property.
A Pleasant Residence apd Lit on corner of Vine and
Prospect Streta. iiu Ganien aud abundance of Fnit.
An excellent StiK-k Farm on the old Turnpike, SX
miles from Asbtabufa containing i: acres of tine land
for graaiiiii and tillage: excellent Wood lot. Buildings
ample aud good. '
Aisq, tqe l uuuuia nootn iann on the Lags Miore.
1U1 seres. ' '
A valuable frfm on North Ridge Road, I V mile East
Ahtah)t)j Yjllage. 1UU acres, good buililingj and con
ventently arranged; alsu, a house and lu acre pf land in
Ea.t yiljajfe. ' "
Also, another farm lu Sheffield. 0ti arree, 40 acres
aod land. Known as the L. W. Baker fatm.
Small farms or Pasture lands chejib in Plymouth, aud
near Ashtabula Village.
llany other farms ia dlffervul Realities, and sires to
A cheap and very desirable properly near the West
Park lu Ashtabula village: also, a House and Lot
on Prospect Street near ahqve Park. The Turner Lots
on Centre Street. Beeides. Houses and Lots In slj patis
af!&e Village. Western Lauds aud city Lota iu Pulup
? C. E. BRUCE
Seal Estate aud Int. Agt,
Ashtabula. P.. Pec xlsl.rvil. nai.
Opportunity Worth Im'
$75,000 00 Worth
IflE new six story brick Bnl jing;, Nos.
- 114 and Ufi Bank Street, that has beeu erected es
pecially for us, wll'. b ready to occupy ab,put Dec: 1MB,
fend to save the great expense' of moving our Immense
s,t,ucjL, we ahall orler all godda '
AT COST, T4 CI.9SK OCT.
(Oat slock is all new. and manufactured especially
for our (allirsde, adtl embracea the most complete aa
eortment of rich and plain good ever rtiunn lb
thla luarkei. Aa e arp no uiairifocturing an entirely
new atock of goods for ofr pew sftjie, ourpieseut tloca
mnat b cloaod qut itnlpediiltely," "k " ''
Wo guarantee pciius roth iu U) 40 perceof. leu than
HytfV " '
G oodt Murked in Plain Figurtt.
Nq Devtatloo from price.
A. S; JIEUINDN & C.t
")1 1)6 ipk SUcct, pietelaud
I l 11 .'( s a- iiitoruyirs
Flower & Yvt;tablV Seeds
aff Summer Floirtrty Uy, fr lf?
NOW roulr. (ifisJslkyj yS tvr :I0
psge. on ro-e , Inti d napcf, jtlb f eivj
separst.' int.. and KU IL Auil'itl t erlofsj Via; r a I ,
a be.iHtlrril Iwll. ill .olo. ... The lit ' 4'ani S"
er ntihl'-h.d 'Send Vf cents f r
, tiM vi'. rail 1
l all M,i
vbIum ail I eiil.ii'.wl nlal
III li.e 1 rl iiff, init a.
In:' to nor l.s titan 1. Ihe prlre of fafalin.;
ll he renmd.-d In seeds, N.w ilMoin.r. I.I.1MJ. im
the same1 aMMliig allhi'M. t"r. r lo old I'-oirrr.
Onallls nf Steeds slse ot nncsle II lee and lir. mill fh
oftereif. make ll lo Hie .v nils 1. of all M puu bs.e
seedsofns. S t ' itsloue lo ',(i.rilliisry IiiiIiim.
menls. Von will ml' M ir j.m do nol s-tr 'Htr catnlog
Kittl f of linr IMC inrn'H for lTK. irc lt''4 -one
flow rplateof nlrsMi' PWois. roiisist :( 'nf Lilies e.
-the other of l'f(; 11I11I ai ll I'e.eiinlsl I "'. "anf
leed the '
uior Ki-KHtNT rnniti. ':ity.Tioi
everU-iied In'ttflst eoiinlry Aiifh parl(itiamei.i ,
m illiMl p.p. 1 p,iirl r.n riN-Hi 'i Vc : il-o friMi n.mli
Hon. neclned In iHtalogud' AdurVs ImlnuH I lH..
I ll ttheti'. S.IS ) ' lbs lie'ler. Jv
' tsiiToii v.mxn i t:
STUKVKU tt lUsAYTtlN, I'r.Mi.l.m
Comiril'aon Menhants. 79 Barclay Stieel, New
York. Tl e highest price olnnliH-d (Sir " liutler. t hee,
Kggs. Poultry, tium.. Hogs, ltaur, and wll pru.luce.
Pioiii retlli-hs ret dereil. ' '
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or Ht. ljin, Mo
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Jullts atid srriMS for tho
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a aTi' 4'nreil or ,TInner Iff efttnileif .-s, nil tt
W. i '. Hu'n'li.'.u i f... Vvi tale lir't.-gi-i'. (ii.ln.
nati.oiiio f..ro... KW.fi FEVHt; MJ ACil'B
I'ONIC. S.-n; li.eplid forjl. '
I'or thr Kldneya and l.lver I !'s nittnt 's
BlXlIf AND DAyilKl.liiN.' .lint what your phyicl.iti
perscrilM-s. Sent liri jtaid for SI per bottle, by W. ('.
Hamilton A Co.. t'iuiinoatl. Uiiio.
THIRTY TEAlta ESPKIilENVE
THE TREATWCTT OS
CHRONIC & SEXUAL lilsEAS.
A IMIYlilOLOtllCAT. VIEW 0f MAHKI OK.
rlTHK i )tJ!i, st t.mlc vwr jiu.ilirihod
1 t.ntrt4tistiii iitrly three huitdrvrl pi;;s. and on
hu.4(5rv,J'ii(i thirty lint: plate ttud wfiL'Tztviiitc'ii of the au
it(,n of thr hninnii nr-iiir In a tater lu-mth anctfili
"with traitt mi wirly irriir,. ita deplorable con
s' qunt-- apii tin; on nd aud IhkK, w!h the authtrr!
plan tr.-atmfnt th only mtionM and taiHTinftJ
m.Kle ,T Cur. a rhown hy a r-fHirti raaet treati d. A
truthful advi;r Ui the nia;rUul itiii lit"- citiitc-nipl.il In;
marriajjt. who cntprinin diml t-- i'f tliir pli,vlral ronrll
tton. "put fruo of ioMi;tt lt tir.y aildrt:, d recript nf
ftc. In tumr1' or p--ta) tim-rrv. br ndiiMj-fing Dr. LA
CKOIX. S't. 31 maldt ii taue Al'taiij. N. . Thr author
mar In ccn"(jltv.d upon any of tli dieaceu upon uhich
hifl lvxd tretiU.Vitlitf j er4iiiall or hj mail, aatl iut-di-rinea
aeut any pirt of the world.
SeVEN Acres of Lan4, with goo.l
bnlldinir and choice frnlt. Pltnatcd to mllea weat' '(!,
Ahiibu1a Vlllairefin ftiroth RiMne. ' ThU lTPTy di1r
hW property to apy oue acektnir a lion 13 near Uiu tuwu.
PHce,5o6. L. M.CROSHV,
5ltf T. V. CKOhkaY.
Riecntor of the Estate of Z tprotby.
Ashubola p., 7tim m
CA EJ BOypnT TIip CIllAlEST AT
EPWARD G. PIIvRCE'S,
LADIES' FL'KS.: m
Mink Sen at $4 and $23, and a Mluk Sat for 66 worU
I'llch Martin Sot cheap
Imitation Mink for $HM
Siberian Slllte .
Children's fur very cheap.
FIXE ASSORTMENT OF FUR GLOVES.
Kid Gloves with Fur Wristlet.
Cloth Gloves with Kid Fronts.
Ladies and fieut'e Leather Paes. In fact a fln assort
meut uf useful pruseuts for ChrtstmaB. t
EDyARD G. PIKRCE,
IT AS just rec'fivf'ii his Fall Srpcx ot
Clothinr, flail, Caps, and Gentlemens' Furnishiutf
Gooiia, and is prepared to ehow'one of the larvest and
most complete:stock of jtoimIs ever brought to tbla mart
ket. which hi propose to aeS Tur CAHii, and at cash
Blue Keaver Suits. Jrlrot rieavar Sun,
flarris' Case. Suits. - Scoica Sulta,-'' ' ,
' Kni;lih Milton Suite. Silk Mixed Suits.
Black Doe Skin Suite. ' " Katinatt bulls.
Blue a Black Ureas nuits a laru Hue of Derby Hacks.
also a full line of " v
lroM( qq$ Jioy'j Clothing,
HATS AND CArS,
Silk Uajs, f.'lotb and Fur Caps. Silk Cans, Blue or
' '' Black Dress Capa Yualh at Boy's- (
liate aud Cap;
, Furnishing GuoM.
Flannel Hhlrts, Cass Shirts, Check Shirt, Striped and
riaid Shirt, Mlltoa Shirts, Blue Arm Shirt, l
Hlrkary Shirt, Whit SMrts, iliatba
way Shirl.t aliolilor ltra.es. rtoapeuder. Kid
tl loves, Dog Skin 1 lores. Heck filovea. Collars, cisaeir
-rtullons, Vlnbrelias, 4tc. - "
A larsre line or Leather Bai-a. Haud Trunk, Hall Itoad
Bates, Ac,.' Jridc rwsfe, bhirta and Drawvr;' Knliah
HiiaM. Cultrn lloae.'' hhakiar Sack, aud a InmmI Puiu.e
TIJK ELIAS UOV
THB BKeT IB t'tjll. BOLD BY
P. A. STREETS K,
Csppoatt Baak. Qsf AsktsbulaL JJHw.