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Speech of Mr. Hutchins.
On rrctivin th'1
ftptiiufitt1, Mr. 'n
responded iii FiiUu
l..l!H-.S.!, II IIS
m Sr ring ra
affi (knlkmen rf tht
C enrewfwn : 1 assure yon I ceil cuimittind
no lii-ifrnnf? vhich wnr.lil adequately c.v
j'rers tny tie!i'ijf3 in liHnp thus liutioivtl by
your rtoiiriintioii. It would be at any time
ft gri'rtt hot:"" t ?e rliosrn to represent the
prrji!': of fucli a District a t,l 1 1 s, bu! to be
th cuiuii Jiff o for election a tlie siiecewr
.f the tcncvnljla p-ntl(maii who his tn
I'.irrr tcan lour CVni'rcPsnian is doubly,
trebly an honor.
1 know iull the RBtinfaction yoa li"o
f. !t in ths eminently able and coarnffcous
nanner la which he Lai ilunrs ad'-ncftled
the principles of freedom, and how tltor
iMipMy n nd heartily yOH eudorse hid action
Upon "tho great questions lit issue tiotweeil
P.r-pnlilicnriMn and t Tie enemies of freedom,
hi.o Iil' hnu been your Representative. I
ran hardly promise ymi to "follow In the
footsteps of my predecessor," not lmiverer
because niy heart i le-w deeply engaged
in the work than Lis, nor because I opect
to bo any less determined i supporter of
Republicanism than lie ha been, but be
cause no cotimion runn csu without great
tanity, promise to fill his place, or notch
tint Ktrida of cur vcncraLla Representative.
Whatever my aliiity will enable mo to
do I can promise you w ill surely bo done.
I am not bo ucvr a man in the Anti-Slavery
cause that I need give any assurances of
the thoronghuess of my conviction thut
there can be no compromises with the slave
poc.r. In my adhesion to th principles
f the Republican party' platform there is
no qualification, no rv.?ci ration j und my
oico will be for r.iisinff the standard high
er, rather than for Buffering nn iota to be
gnbl-ntU'd from the rtsdiculiicsi of its doc
trine.. The anti slavery cunse mint go forward ;
my courtitutiouul barrier against slavery
ntist be put up and kept up, nnd tho mom)
power of freedom anil free-labor most
fpread through the land until slavery ia
rooted from its fast&essea f ten in the Slave
States,, and liberty" prevail every where.
Onr politicul and constitutional work as n
party, most be seconded by our moral and
philanthropic work as liberty-loving men ;
until what laws mny accomplish has not
only been done, but the spirit of reform,
growing within the States themselves ha9
completed the ta.sk and crowned our politi
I feel that in yielding to tlie known pri
vate wish of Mr. Gidding, nnd permitting
him to rest from the labors he has so long
nd so well endared, jou hare not intended
to pluck one leaf from his well earned Ian
reis. You would not do it, no one could
Io it. His life and Lis labors speak for
theiuselrcs, and History will see thut they
are appreciated. Our Jobhua's Sun will
long Hand high in the firmament, cheering
and guiding the Republican host to vic
In matters nf public economy, now grow
ing into greatly increased importance, I
think I know tout wishes, and I promise
you thorough obedieuce to them, . Re
trenchment of public expense U loudly de
manded, and if elected 1 will endeavor to
Lave the demand regarded. Our own Dis
trict baa its peculiar interests also, which
re being rapidly developed and are grow
ing into great "Importance ; and as your
representative I shall hold myself account
Able to you that those interests are not
Again I thank you, my friends, for your
confidence, and I trust the vote of the peo
ple at the coming election will be to you
and to me a. satisfactory ratification of your
ehoice. . Whatever feeling of warm excite
ment may hare been generated in this con-i-ention
will die with the adjournment,
and we shall go into the election us firmly
onited aa ever we havo been. I know that
(his will be my sentiment, and I am assured
.it will be shared by you ail.
Ths Eetirexe.st of IIox. J. K. Gippingb, is
thus alluded to by a correspondent of the Alb.
Evening Journal writing from Cleveland :
So ends the long scrvico of the "Father
of the House." Failing health compelhis
withdrawal from the scene of his labors.
The twenty years that have pasfei over
r.lin there, have .whitened bis head and
bent his shoulders, but they never fonnd
bis voice faltering or his heart wavering in
the great struggle for freedom.
Every chair in the Old Hall of Repr
esentative's must be fraught with memories
o the past to the ''Senior Member." He
has seen generations of short-lived politi
cians rise, fall and become forgotten. ; lie
bos seen faithful 'public servants removed
to other trust?, and many to another world,
Ronnd the entirecirclo of the Hall his eye
fails to find a single member who sat there
when he entered it, and who has sat there
with him since. Adams has gone to his
reward. Oden Hoffman, Cliau. G. Ath
erton, Lcverr-tt Saltonstall, Edward Curtis,
Barnwell Rhett.v. DIxoni H. Lewis, and
many others are also gone the way of all
theearth. Hunter and Hell are transferred
to the Senate. ; Wise to the Gubernatorial
chair. Brown is dispensing the patronage
of the Tost-Officc Department. CMord
wears the silken judicial robe of the Su
preme Court. Stanly has 'gone to that
then terra incrznita, California. Truman
Smith, Cooper, Weller and William', after
exchanging. Representative for Sensorial
honors, are departed from the Capitol.-
Corwin, after a brill ant career as Govern
or Stnator and Secretary, w proposing to
return strain to the field of his caily dis
tinction. Pickens end Hopkins have been
trying the pkamrei of foreign Courts.
.hnrira and .Lincoln ore ex -Governors.
Granrre.r and Cave Johnson ar ex i'ost
mastera-GeneraJ. Strong end Marvin are
oa tho New-York Bench. Moses II. Grin
nel,' Christopher .Morgan and Thomas
Kwrapchal! are still co-laborers iu the good
cause aa of yore, though no longer coiupan
Ions ia office. ,. : i: .
- Like changes have altered tho aspect of
tlio Kenjato Chamber. . Clay, Webster,
35rnton aud Calhoun, them iu tho zenith
of fami now lira only iu history. Buchan
an occnjilos tho Whi'e Honse,-' Tierce has
lit.!,' ktt it. in. 11. King hecame ice-
; at n:id died abroad.
The grave has
and, - "Honest
Walkwr has had, his vp
Hi d downs with over turn of the wheel of
and is no'.v Rx-Govcrnor of
. :o-c t; it I m t nt ii ht'd never heard of.
'i . Cii i':. tl at ret-iijs if old occiit
pei-t is t'i t i:Vd by John J. ' Crittenden,
tlw vet.--,n t.f ti .r.ato, as G ladings is
of the lieu e. '
Umpires I'rive li-.rn oud fu'V-n ;. King
ii r.i-i ,. k: tiiii.t 1 into Rermbhcs, and Re
; lew tlati'S
1 h r-'O ue.v
i.t' under o-ir
l.i I- r-.i.'rVtS,
;- roi,,,i,;i,i . -s
war has ful-
" i come ib.w n l f.e i' i
luVU Ulii iJHI j'J KUd bl.i.l.U
! lowed '!':k:o, nnd pac ng-iin ("ceeeded
1 tttr ; t:a-b; has CJpand'-l and cvli.ipsed ;
parties have rn"n, t.our1 I ao.i o.mujvu ,
platfvm.s liiu been bmu and tnni down
okriu siuee lit took his seat J Hall
uf Representatives, but during all these
change Johu R.. Giddings hai proved
alike fithful to friend and f-nrles to foe.
ILa successor can have no higher ambition
than to leavw i unblemished u record.
From the New York Tribune.
The correspondence of 7'ht. London Timts
furnishes the dotnih uf the operations of
thu Anglo-French Chinese expedition down
to the 4th of .Tune. The ndvnnca nu the
ftiho Kiver from its mouth to the City of
Tien-tsiu occupied six days, not, however,
by reason tf any opposition on the part of
the Chinese, 'or any diClcuItiea presented
by the navigation of tho river. Between
the sea and Tieu-tsiu, distant thirty miles
as the crow flies, but twice as far by the
windings uf the river, the Peiho was found
to preserve a uniform breadth of about
two hundred yards, with ft depth at half
tide of from ten to forty feet. It was very
crooked and the turns very acntc, passing
through a flat alluvial country, well culti
vated, and the banks occasianally wooded.
U'hu banks were extremely well kept, aud
a towing paih extends 0:1 both sides the
whole distance. 1 lie river is frequented
by an immense number of jimk9 from Can
tou and Shiinghae, ixhich were fonnd load
ing and unloading the whole distance.
The villages were not numerous, nnd con
sisted mostly of wretched huts mndo of
sun-dried brick, or else of worthless wat
tles of iced or millet sulks plastered over
with mud. - These are the only building
materials within tho reach, of the inhabit
ants, as no stone is to he neon, and timber
exists iu very small quantities.
Even the City of Tien tsin itielf, which
greatly'disappointcd the expuctatiou of the
visitors, is principally composed of build
ings of this character. The xity walls,
which werefci rniuoui condition, inclosed
only a secure of n,boul a mile on each face,
situate iu tho angle between the caual and
the river, aud containing a collection "of
mean one story houses, intersected ftl right
nnsrlcs by two good strerts. TIm suburbs
cover a great extent tf groun l, but the
nouses are gene .uw ....... . u.a,
rounded by mud w.ills, between which wind
narrow, dirtv lanes. Bevond the suburhJ
are kitchen-gardens and fruit trees, and
then a wide plain, watered by four mean
dering rivers, fringed by groves of trees ;
tho whole district, as far as the eyo can
reach, being a vast field of wheat, undivid
ed by fence or hedge-row.
The "mercantile importance, of Tien tsin
is said to hac greatly diminished of late,
in consequence of the destruction of n large
part of tho imperial csnsl by one' of those
changes of its course to which the Yellow
River is liable. It would appear that at
present IVkin is largely supplied with food
by coasting j'lak.s from the Southern provin
ces, which enter and ascend the IViho.
That river above Tien tsin . was found to
shoal rapidly, nor were the lightest gun
boats able to ascend more than abouteight
A temple opposite the city, commanding
a view of tho river at its junction with the
Grand Canal and surrounded by ft spacious
garden, was appropriated for the accom
modation of the French and English Em
bassadors, who reached the city on the
30th of Mny. . Chinese servants were in
attondance, and at the arrival of the Em
bassadors the work of preparing and fur
bishing tip was 6till going on. Baron
Gros and Lord Elgin were quartered in
two airy pavillions on the summit of a
monnd, ascended by a pathway of orna
mental rockworfe. The respective staff-i
were scattered in the other buildings of
the teruplf, which, besido the god nnd god
desses, had, however, but little furnifme to
boast of. A guard of French and English
soldiers occupied tho out buildings, and a
line of gun-boats was moored in the river
Two or three days after the new Imperial
Commissioners arrived from Fekin. They
were accompanied by a large mounted ret
inue, were followed by a train of mule cart3
carrying their baggage, and made their en
trance with ranch ceremony. They were
said to be mandarius of the highest rank,
and announced themselves as full v author
ized to treat by virtue of an Imperial decree
similar to that by which Keying wa3 au
thorized to conclude the treaty of Nankin.
A preliminary meeting took place on the
4th of June, and it was doubtless with
these Comyiisttioncis that tho treaty was
concluded of which wo have received infor
mation via St. Petersburg and the Atlantic
Telegruph. - ,
The IIit.hes FatNTiN'o Tn.EnnArti Ma
chines ix Esoland. A private letter from
London, 11th inst., by thu City of Balti
more, states that the Hughes Printing Tel
graph machines were placed npon the line
of the Eclectic Telegraph Company be
tween London and Liverpool on tho 14th
iost.., and had greatly astonished the tele
graph managers, operators, &c, by their
wonderful performances working with the
most perfect regularity at the rate of 35
to 60 words per minute between the two
cities, notwithstanding a heavy rain, which
had lasted for two days, a:id disabling all
other instrument. Tim first message over
the Atlantic Cable from Trinity Bay was
flashed through to London by the Haghes
machines. The speed of tho Hughts ma
chines is about 300 per cent greater than
the English machines, which do not record
the messages transmited, whilo the Hughes
machines print every word "iu plain, clear,
capital letters. Yc are also gratified to
learn from the same source that negotia
tions have Wen opened by the Atlantic
Company, looking to a purchase of the
patent of the Hughes invention, with the
iew to the immediate nun of tho machines
npon the Atlantic Coble the agent of.
Professor Hughes being willing to guaran
tee that the machines will transmit intelli
gence 200 per cent faster and with more
accuracy than ean he done by any other
system. In fact Professor Haghes confi
deully expects to be able- to write through
the cable uk tun rate of from five to ten
words per minute. Professor whltehouse,
who is working the fable, claims to be able
to work at the rate of about ono word per
minute; but tho great difficulty of con
trolling Uis peculiarly constructed magnets
occasions the loss of a great portion of each
day in 'adjusting. " Tho Hughes machines
will probably ho put upon the cable line
early in September. -
Gold i Kaksas. A despatch fror.i Kansas
City nnuYr (lute 2Gtb ult.,- fys that a party
fiora Pike's Pdak, had mada a KQUctaeful pro,
peeling toor, to tlie reported mines npon Chen-
ry Creek, one of ihe inSt (southern.' branches
of the Boulh FlaHr, and brought viuh them
several oupcet uX gold. Tlrt y i- pvo;o.n;
to go rrul.ii'y into the bui'ieos of mining at
that poiut, ?
WEEKLY T KLEGRAVIl.
.V H II T A. B U I. A :
Saturday Morning, 5cpl J, 1 S5S.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Jndffl at tto Supr"" rmrt
WILLIAM V. FECK, of Scioto.
CoinptrvUviT", " ,
WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin.
CHRHTOPnER P. WOLCOTT,
- of Suauittt.
Xrutar of Duttd of fubiis Vsrim,
JOHN L. MARTIN, t,f Butler.
Tot Metntar ol Confrtw k,
JOHN HUTCH INS, of Trumbull
BUSHXBLL, of Ji'ffvi-Hou.
ST. JOHN, of Morgan.
NOAH HOSKIN", of Jefferson.
Director of ItifVrruftrTt
ISAAC B. STEVENS, of Plymonth.
News by the Ocean Cable.
The first regular despatch over thu Ocean
Telegraph, for the press, was received on the
23th ult. One or two items of tho news mny
ho considered important, but the great gratifi
cation among the members of the press more
especially, arises from the fact, which is in itself
an earnest of the speedy adoption of a regular
system of reciprocsl communication to tho
press, respectively of the old and new worlds.
Tho following U tlio dispatch which we pat on
record, jiut only for the ns of the pitspnt, but
as an evidence of liie inauguration of a xtcm
to which gx'ue-rstions ia the far i.iJH. fulur
will revert with uncial in ?riysl.
A treaty of peace Lai beta concluded
wilh (Wn, j hioh imlemniBcation las
becu secured to England and Fiance.
Later India news has been received,
Bombay dates to 10th July having reached
England. The mutiny iu that country
was being rapidly quelled.
Tho steamships North American, with
the Canadian, and the Asia, with the Bos
ton mails, sail from Liverpool on this day,
Saturday. The steamer Fulton leave Sou
thampton for New York the Earns day.
Srwccii Of Hov. Joiim IIciciiins. Wo uro,
by tlie courtoey of tho editors of tho If'rttem
Reserve Chroniclr, enabled to lay beforo our
readers, the speech of Mr. Hrrciiss, the nomi
nee of the late convention at Warren, accept
ing that nomination. It is a straight forward,
manly affair, an index of the man who U to
represent a district, which above all others, oc
cupies the attitude of defiance to tho aggres
sions of slavery, and which stands committed
against any policy or machination that may be
forced upon the country, in which the rights of
humanity, aud the horror and diguity of free la
bor shall be prejudiced or imperiled., Tio read
er will of coarse peruse it with avidity, and pon
der its gcotimonts, and avail himself of every
shade of light it throws npon tha man, and the
facilities it affords of arriving at a satisfactory
conclusion, stamina and ability.
Tub Nkxt Congress. Tho states of Missou.
ri and Arkansas havo elected nine members of
tbo next (36) Congress, and HI are yet to be
chosen this fall, leaving a balance of 86 to bo
mado up In tho spring and fall elections of 1859.
Of thoeo 111 members 133 aro to be chosen in
the North, and allowing that tho state of New
Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut will
give us 9 republicans next spring, tho republi.
cans must elect at least 110 this fall, to give
tbcni a majority in tho Congress that meets a
year hence. Wo havo ventured to roako tho
following calculations : .
rrrnt PelcfratitB. Estimated Delftc&tion.
Lm. Jy. Cm.
21 12 W 5
2 a 4 1
W IS 19
13 IS 3
i a 2
4 6 1 - 2
a . a
84 49 114 1
Upon tb 13 estimate the next House would
stand, 113 democrats and 123 opposition, the
southern Americans to be elected being counted
with the dcuioerats.
Nominations havo already been made In 5S
districts, the candidates numbering 91, divided
between the democrats (41) and opposition
(50), five of the opposition being Pougla3 dem
ocrats, two of whom are snpported by the re
publicans, and one an "American" ranniDg in
opposition to a republican. In forty-one dis
tricts old members havo been nominated, and
the present indication's are that the leptiblicaus,
rertainly, will return tho most of their party in
tho present Congress. Springjleld JiepuLliean.
The Waihington correspondent of the New
York Herald states that Hon. W. L. Yauncy,
of La., has written for publication a letter in
which be charges Mr. Pryor, editor of the Rich
mond South wiia having betrayed the South
ern Bivihion parly, and violated certain condi
tions with regard to tha proposed disunion.
It appears a disunion lenjuo was formed, of
which Mr. Pryor was a mtruber. The under
standing was that the leagne shonld appoint a
commissioner to negotiate certain arrangement
with England in the way of a protectorate, free
trade, &., aod after perfecting their arrange
ments, disunion was immediately to follow.
The part assigned in the programme to Mr.
Pryor was to make at first hypocritical sbow
of preference for the North, and after a little
dodging to carry Virginia in favor of the dis
Tbe yellow fever is on the increase In
New-Orleans. There were ninety-two
deaths from this terrible epideru'o in that
city oo the 30th ult,
Considerablo excitement cxlsu in Kan
iu cousequeuca of new and favoraVdo re
ports from the gold regions of Tike's Peak,
in tho extreme western .portion of ths Ter.
ritory. . " . .
The Cabinet at Washington are busy
with arrangements for the expedition to
Paraguay; which, it .is sujd. :wrtl l; more
fuTUiidallo tlao -heretofore reported.
Frrn 'i or Hom ,T. It. C!um:-o i at Wnnrs
This 9" cch will be fnirul on tho fourth pna
copiod Iioti the H c llrrerve CTirtnklr, re
ceived si ii to our lust i-uo. ' The spirit nnd di ift
of it is decidedly r,ooJ, and It will bi read with
math satisfaction and interest Tbe natural ef
fect of the sentfmcnt which runs throngh It,
will be to temper and soften any reeling of op
portion to its vduerablc anlhor, and to inctnuac
lh respect and veneration of his numerous
fricnil.iv. , - i , - .
Tns Illinois Contest Donglas nnd Lin
coln, the Illinois, rivals, hod tha first of their
neven joint debates t Ottawa, Saturday the 21st.
Tho talk on both sides was mostly porsoual.
A Douglas sccouut says, "Donglus was borne
off in triumph, leaving Lincoln parftlyged on
the stand, with his month open, nnd that final
ly, being unable to walk, ho was carried away."
A republican report says "it la acknowledged
universally that Douglas Is a used tip man,"
that "Lincoln chawed him up completely ," and
that Douglas hastened out of town by tho car- j
heat train, whilo Owen Lovejoy "divested himself
of his cravat and coll.ir, opened h;s vest aud
shirt," and "seized the democratic ball by tho
horns and administered to him a terrible fl.igul
lntiou;" "every sentence fell hissing hot upon
the conscience of his Donglus listeners." If onr
readers cannot understand tho merits of the
dny's debate from these particulars, says tho
Springfiild llrpthlkan, wo will add, after hav
ing read the speeches of both Douglas and Lin
coln, that the former seems to 03 tho best ar
gued and most adroitly conceived, aud tho lat
ter to havo the most truth io it. Douglas was
smart but mighty unfair. - Lincoln was enter
taining, had tho moat friends in tho crowd, and
defended himself handsomely from the attacks
of his opponent, but did nut press home upon
him the points which he should have done.
A Cjlcf. A trace has been found to the
mysterious fato of Mrs. It ken nan, wife of Capt
Brknnan, of Suten Island, whoso disappear.
aaee, as was supposed, from tho most public
street in N. Y. City, in opon daylight, was no
ticeJ some week or two since, in tho pnpor3 of
that city. It has been ascertained that she
crossed the ferry, procured a carriage and driv
cr at a livery stable, and set off about 7 o'cl'k
in tho evening. A man was seen to take a seat
iu the carriage wiih her, but whether as an at
tendaut or not, is. not knowD, The police are
ferreting the matter, and do not, according to
the Tribune., disclose all they know. Tho pro
bability seems to be, that tho lady was tho vic
tim of lust, with murder, superadded for con
cealment. Slaver Cattcred. The brig Echo, of Bal
timore, entered Charleston harbor on tho 27lh
uit., wiin duu .a means oil board, fc-tie was
captured Cve days previous off tho north coast
of Cuba by the United Slates brig Pplphin.
Tha cargo was landed at Castle Piukney and
placed in charge of the U. S. Marshal. The
affair has created much excitement.
Dispatches have been forwarded to the
U. S. Marshall at Charleston to move tho
recently captured slaves to Fort Sumpter,
about five miles from Charleston. Ar
rangements, it is said, will soon be made by
Govcrhraeut to send the unfortunates back
to Africa. They .are in a deplorable con
dition, many of them suffering from dysen
tery, and twelvo have already-died since
the capture of the Putnam. The Charles
Ion Courier says the negroes' are mostly
yonng, apparently not more than fifteen
years of age. . .
Tbe Trustees of the Lake Eric Female Sem
inary have secured tho services of C. S. Mar
tindalo, Esq., of Cleveland, as an Associate
Ageut, with Rev. Mr. Ilawkes, for that Institu
tion. Mr. Martindale was formerly tho Manng
ing Agent of the Clcvoland Femalo Ssminary
and is a gentleman most admirably fitted for
such work. Tho Seminary building is being
pushed ahead with all dispatch, and we trust wo
shall have tho pleasure on an early day of an
nouncing tho opening of the School.
Brown, whose failure to secure a Canadian
Ministry, lead o the resignation of his seat in
Parliament, has been returned by his constitu
The Caei.e Cfi.ibkation in N. Y ., on Wednes
day, was probably the most brilliant and inipos
pig affair that ever took place in that city. The
programme, in liberal expenditure, and extcot of
design has had no parallel in that. unparalleled
city. It was altogether too extensi ve for us
to give even an abstract of it. We were ena
bled, through the aid of our Park street friend
and electrician, who sent nrfin a couple f bot
tles of very excellent Catauba, to get up a very
fair amount of Cnthusiam in honor of tho occa
sion. Tho gyrations of old 'at as jt went into
tbeJkoiV, was not a little amusing,
The celebration on Tuesday night gener
ally passed off very well, but "wo have to
onnouco the melnncholly fact that several
women were probably consumed in tho large
bonfires in the Second ward. WTc rode by
shortly afterwards and ' saw the remains
of the hoops. Lpuisriuc (fit.) Journal
The Victories of Science.
No such Word as Incurable.
"Your system is breaking up," says tha sen.
lentious practitioner, who sees tho bodily
strength of his paiiunt sinking day by day, and
has administered all his hackneyed stimulants in
vain. Thi3 is Sir Oracle's ultimatum, and ho
leaves the victim of debilitv, like a stranded
wreck, to "sink or swim, survive or perish," as
fate may determine. I5ut let the invalid, though
abandoned by professional experimentalists, be
of good cheer. It is in such crises as these that
the restorative power of Holloways remedies
is most triumphantly demonstrated. No matter
from what cause tho prostration may arise,
whether it be the consequence of specific dis
ease, or merely symptoms of its approach, Hol
loway's Pills will arrest the evil. The system
does not break up spontaneously. Morbid in
fluences are at work soinowhere in the vitul or
ganization, and wherever they may lie iu am
bush this searching remedy will work its way
to them and neutralise tbsin'.
It is unnecessary to describe the terrible
mental depression which accompanies great
bodily weakness and debility. Acute pain it
more tolerable) tor the physical antt mental
enaraios rally to moot it; but when the mnsca-
lor and nervous systems are completely relaxed,
the appetite gone, ana ttie, very principle or vi
tality seems to be departing, the mind sinks into
despondency and de.-pair. In such an exigency,
iuimediatd relief mBy be in"arljbly derived fioia
a course of llolloway's Pills. Their effect is
not merely to recuperate the physical power
haf. to rerair and renovate the suaken constitn
tion. Ia India, where tha cllmaU and luxurious
habits tend to rroduce premature decay both
mong tb European lesideots and the oativs
princtu, the restorative action of the Pills is
proverbial, nnd in this counvj; they have been
pronoaii-.-.ed oy )jif h medical authority the bekt
reinHy tofc.-nerai wcrkTiexs and debility that
has yet Lcca ottered to mankind.
No such Word as Incurable. N. Y. Nat. Pol. Gazette,
lift ah 1 ion. Recent news f tini Europe em
braces the following item 1
Djediln, Arabis, was Ixnubtiibed by tho
British steamer Cyclops, In consequence, It
is said of the delay of the Tnkish am horities
in granting reparation for the recent Massa
cre there of the EnglUh Consul and others.
The Cyclops nholloil the towo for fire days
when Jshmael Pasha the Turkish Com
misntoner, finally made his appearance In the
place and promised to nrrango tho matter.
Ha subsequently executed eleven of the
murderers nnd sent four to Constantinople
to be dealt with by tbe SnUan. The Cylops
then took her depart uro.
From the Cleveland Herald.
Cleveland Vessels Abroad.
By letters received from Col. Sta.ndakt,
we learn thut the Correspomknt left Liver
pool on the 12th lust, with 800 tons salt
lor Cleveland. The Harmon sailed 011 U10
11th for Montreal. Mr. Handt has sold
tho D. Ji. Seuton to Captain Pierce for
$8,000, half cash aud half In six mouths.
Capt. Pif.rcr has chartered tho Serton and
the Kcrshaio for South America. Col
Standart and Mr. Handy left for Paris on
the 12th inst., where the latter would re
main until the first of September. Col.
Standart was to leave for home on Thurs
The following extract from the London
Times' account of the Agamemnon's Ca
ble trip show a Cleveland vessel came near
sioiiing the laying of the Cable.
At noon 011 Monday, August the 2nd,
observations showed us to be iu hit. 5'ideir.
35 min. N., long. 19 deg. 48 min. W., hav
ing made good 127 1-2 miles since noon of
the previous day, and completed more than
the half way to onr ultimate destination.
During the afternoon an American three
masted schooner, which afterwards proved
to bo the Chieftain, was seen standing from
the eastwards towards ns. No notice wns
taken of her at first, but when she was
within about half a mile of the Agamem
non she altered her course nnd bore right
down across our bows. A collision, which
might have proved fatal to tho cable, now
seemed inevitable, or could be avoided by
the equally hazardous expedient of altering
the Agamemnon's course. The Valorous
steamed ahead, and fired a gun for her to
heave too, which, as she did not appear to
take much notice of, was quickly followed
by another from the bows of the Agamem
non nnd a second and third from the Val
orous : but still th vessel held her course,
and as the only resonrco left to avoid a col
lission the coarse of the Agamemnon was
altered just in time to pass .within a few
rods of her. It was evident that our pro
ceedings were a source of the greatest pos
sible astonishment to them, for all her crew
crowded upon her ilrck nnd rigging. At
length they evidently discovered who we
were, nnd what we were doing, for the
crew gavo us three hearty cheen. Though
the. Agamemnon was ohliged'to acknow
ledge these congratulations in duo form,
tho feelings of annoyanco with which we
regarded tho vessel which, either by the
stupidity or cnrelessness of those on board,
was 80 near adding a fatal and unexpected
mishap to the long chapter of accidents
which had already been encountered, may
easily be imagined. To those below, who
of course did not sec the ship approaching,
the sound of tho first gun camo like a
thunder bolt, for all took it as a signal of
tho breaking of the cable. The dinner
tables were deserted in a moment, und 11
general rush mado np the hatches to the
deck, but before reaching it their fears
were quickly banished by the report of
succeeding gun, which all new well could
only bo caused by a ship in otir way or a
goods of present importation -arc in fair re
quest, and as the supply is not in excess,
prices arc steady. There is n fair business
doing in all desirable goods at private snles,
though little has yrt been done by auction.
The opening sale of French meriuos,' bom
bazines, delaines, etc., took place last week.
Many duplicates were sold, and the balk of
tho caialougne was disposed of satUfactori:
ly, and above the cost of reproduction and
importation, though not nt high prices.
High prices aro out of dato just now.
Foreign woolen good goods nre in great
over supply, nnd prices are heavy. . Tho
receipts of domestic fabrics are large. The
demand at present is hardly equal to them.
Business altogether is tame. The sales are
mostly pniall parcels, buyers laying In stock
with the utmost caution, and with the
greatest self-restraint, fearful that the con
sumption of the country will be restricted
by the necessity of the times. Brown
sheetings and shirting havo declined a lit
tle. Prints and delnii)3 are more steady in
price, with a moderate dem and, but the
supply is kept up by continual receipts.
The general depression rather works in fa
vor of homc-mado fabrics, and in disfavor
of those of foreign manufacture, from their
greater cheapness, suiting tho reduced
means of the consumer; and this is aided
by , the improvement making by onr homo
mannfactnrers in the stylos of their goods.
Low grades of cassimerM are over-abundant,
nnd sell low; but the demand for the
best qualities of fancy styles is maintained
at good prices. Woolens otherwise are
dull at declining prices.
N. Y. Independent.
U?g" In a county in central Mississippi,
a party of nine men contributed to pur
chase a barrel cf w hisky for their nse during
the term of the court. In throe weeks
eight of the iiino were dead, while the
ninth made a 0 arrow escape,
, tn In Exeter, N. H., on Sunday last,
just as Rev. Mr, Lamphear (Orthodox)
was entering his church, two females in the
choir got iuto a most desperate fight, much
to tbe damago of faces, boonets and cloth
ing of tha belligerents. After tha fight
had proceeded some time, a few gentlemen,
mustering up courage; interfered aud put a
slop to the disgraceful scene. Jealousy, it
is said, was at the bottom of it.
tVJ" The American financier arrested at
Liverpool was James Feltou, tho man who
ran away from Skaneateles, N. Y., with
bis partner's wife aud $40,000 belonging to
the firm. H was pursued .the following
week to England, by New y.irk policeman
Leonard who arrested him as he was en
deavoring to escape an the.. "Itli iiiht, and
succeeded in recovering some $r0,00() a orth
of he abstracted securities.
A. I-'. Wi ioht, late Treasurer of the Coun
ty', who recently removed to Kansas, we learn,
dud in Hint T.'i rit( ry on tho 1 3th ult. His dis
ease was Typhus Paver, of which sonis of his
bf reeved family ere sflid to l9 BOW suffering.
The faults of the decesHcd, wer such as spring
from a too generous heart. His defnmers would
do well to emulate his virtues, but add to those
virtues knuwlndgit, and temper that knowledge
Fanaticism of a Catikuc Kino. The.
king 0': Portughl has recently iisned de
crees by which slavery is at onco abolished
at Macao and in the African province of
Angola, and prospectively in nil tho remain
der of the Portuguese colonies, tho child
ren of female slave? hereafter born being
declaed to be entitled to their freedom on
reaching the ogO of twenty years. Some
of onr Protestant "south-side- doctors of
divinity should bo sent to instruct his Cath
olic majesty better as to h'u antics te
irmi iiim 1 1 am 1 1 n hi, '
fJ3 J be Ileniori;iia or Alilubula ooiny,
.ti.l,i..WU,n.t in Man Conr,ln, ,t J.lTeratin, on
fcatwdar, thf 4th ot Ppiin-. at 10 o'fi.kX, 1" tU. Wiwn
Of UltilT, Tor III. p-i.W of homirialli-r Count Officer, to
befltcttd lo October nt, acd tor tba Wuaaoijoii of aurh
oUjor buatriCtta, aa la uaual in aucu ronteoUou. A Knaial at
taidjince ia rcquoatd.
JACOB S. Fl.A1I.fclt,
.V II. n.r.Nin (',.
". , . IIA1KY MOSK,
tcmot'r.ili C;.tral 1'Oo.aiilUo.
ty The nciMocrncy of Twentieth
t.'ougrrijlonal Diatrlot, ooiupoji-d of Maliouing. Tiombjll and
AshnrmK CooLtfa, arc rqnrpicd to merit In Convention at
Warren, on TuMrtur. Sept. 7th, at 111 o'clo'li, A. M., I"r the
ptupore of nnminniiog a candidate foe CoriRre-r, iu Le- up
putted by tha liemoomrr at tha emu Ing election.
The bade of representation, agn-eil npon ia one uVlcpite for
verT inwiieoip, ana an adutiioual delegate lur eenr one uun
drod Democratic votca. B. w. GlI.StiN
E. C. FOOT,
J. H. WOOD,
' Democratic Congreartoiial Committee.
The Contata of Bather the Boantiful Queon.
THE ASHTABULA MlTSTfiAT. TTV
- ION, would moat respectfully announce the performance
ol tbe r
Confdta 0 "Esther the. Beautiful Queen,"
under tbe rlirectiou of
Prof. Wra. C. Webster, of Buffalo,
on Monday Evening the Utb. but, at tbe Preabyteilan Church,
at hail pa it 7 o'clock.
Carda of adroierion 1$ centa, mar be had at tbe Book Stores
of Meaara chapman and Dick, at tlie Flak and A"hUbali Houa
ea, and at the Doer oa tbe evening of tha Concert.
For farhor particnlaw. see email bills.
AahUbnla, Sept. , ttot. 44
Cataba and !sbell Grape Vluca, remarkably healthy
and rigoroui, at the following rales :
2 yeara old 110 per hundred.
1 year old $ 8 per hundred.
Vmci-ai as put out on utvoiable lenue.
E. P. ENSIGN'.
Midt'on, t ake County. 0. Sept. 1, 158. 4t44
rrincipal and Superintendent.
RBV. G. E. BRUCE, A. B.
High School, - - - . - re. C K. Purer,
Grammar School, - Mta E. L. Taitx.
IntcttntHlUts ... - Atiafl Elw ib a Fox.
Second intMnjA-lintft, - Miss Lydia I. Willy.
Prlauuv, MUs V. M. Kclloog.
Tht KcJv.ol it f V t all penvws of s imitAUi. ojre rrsldlog
wttliluUic Boioafch MauX, iuJ tlie LHrtiirt sttacJ.d ttioreto
for Krhool purpvwe."
Forty vcekf coustitute s yw. Ten. for impil from abroad
Fr Frimarv pr annum, $ .Qf)
For Tntrrmwiute " - . . iq.qq
For UT-Amrtiar ' - - - rjjMi'
For High Jifliool - 10.00
And pro rata frr fact term.
Tuition pBVKbi in advauff.
Ail applications for adinlfniob to h iv&rfe to the Supfrln
The Summer Term yrtil fonipnco April 2V Tho FaJl
Term Ftmbtr rt, nd tho inter Twxu, Jatniurr a,
It la blfcbly tlnrimbte thatnU pupUii fhmUd btyio at the open
ing of tenna. So puyil oat of the) i.llapfl will b mwiijid for
a if-.n pvjiid than onn term, and no doducUuns tor absencx- rx
wpt iu ci?o of sicJinen or re ootI. . 4,vj
XT OT 1 ;CE.----Tho"sterTf Bo7 Aslhu-
-t- 1 bull Covuly, as. Court or t'o.-umou rie&a.
Debra Patterson, )
va t, Dlroroe.
Eii T. rttrson. )
THE defendant is hereby notir.e 1. that, ou the soeond dav of
September, A 1 185S, Ihe plaintiff Bled her iltltion In said
Court, aj-alitst the delendatit, praying a divorce from him, on
tlie gnvuuits of extreme cruelty and haljitunl -orunltences for
root, than three fears, of the Delendant; and that aaid peti
tion will be heard at tho next term of aaid Court.
t i DEKR.V PATTKIISOX.
XTOTICK. The qnalilietl electors of the
J..1 IncorporaKd Villaea of Ashtabula, and tho tenilory
thereto attached for school pusposos, are hereby entitled to
meet at Firemen's Hall. In said i sre. on Saturdav, the 11th
day of Septemher, at o'cioew, p. it., to then and there voo
Uiou a proportion to pun has Ihe Ashtabula Academv. aud
the lands itwon which it etsnds, for the use of tlie Pub ic
Schools of sasil viUacc, and also to consiuer the cuctlnn of
siilwlilnlino a new and Huitahle b iiMi'i(r In plnce of those oc
cupied by the primary and inUrrue.iiatc departments.
A. F. Ill liltAHD
II. I,. MOUKHOV. I tloard Kdueation.
IFANOBIl HA1,, (
joii.v a. rr.ss rirr. I
OCKET R'MYES-Thc largest and
t-eit atwaixmpoTs, tu Df lenna at
K'm-'I.E'S .IKWELRY PTOTE
John KeM, Defeased, J't'ff,
In the Court of Cotn
mvn 1'leaa of AebU
bula County, Ohio.
Jaspor R. Nntluway,
slary E. Muthawav. k
John llathawiy, icft.
Jaapor M. Hathaway, and Mare K. Ha'.hawir, nf Weslflei
New Vork, will tako notice, that J. Q. KAKMKK, Admioistja
tor of John Heid, deceased, did on the first div of September,
A D 1HAS, Ii In bis netitlon In tho Court of V.'on
within and tor thu County of AshUI-nta, and in the State of
mw, njmmK jnnn k. fiathav.y. Mry v.. i(dthawT, and
John Hathaway, df rrifiit, proinp lor jik4 utent Atilnct ,1,
R. Hathaway, for $150 4;-lQ!i nnd tutret, and for the sale
of a linusu cv! lot in thcroitph of O.nneiut, in Mid coua
tr, mortrf.i!r'd to said ptaintifT, Yy sid .la-nor H. Hathawar,
an.l JJarr K- Hathawir, tnirro the pnymont of mid sum
of moncr, and the wid Jafiner H. Ilathawtv, ud ilmr E.
M.ithflwav, nro required to anvriid ptiiir.n. on or before
the thi.d ftatuntar after the timt day of October nrt. Dated
An?iist3Ut, 1H&8. J. Q. FARMER,
l -- A1ininintrMorof Johe Heid, . eeeard.
Only Tea Cents !
VOVt a plain, rntpie, but ecmpUU descrip
tion of HOW mtttagt are te.t by Tele
rapi, not only under tht ocean, bU over
lu the American Affrifultur'et for fr'or,
tember, m a full and compute article, wi'h
tiVrra enravinjr wmch ninke prt-ctlv
plain to romprr h?nsin nf oven tlie mild
ken it i$ that aiualJi and irotds are trans
riiitted br tolcpnph. It in not a mere Lii
tory of the A limit if Oiblr, Hko those pub
lishd in nowgp.ijK.-rit, b it s;(es bark of this
aud presents a plain liuij lr acvotiut of the
whole matter of Telegraphing, juitt mirh an
evory person will dtttna to lead, ven it
partially ae-jniiitrl wiO. thfl iuliot. Send
F.i PLAIN to.
ttnrtt tt and jr-t that unmber, vt paid, m
KnHsiU or iMirTitrm.) Vou will alo find in
the 32 pace of the ithi auniher, a large a
oieuni of otbof valtiahle raadinj? niatt- r ap
propriate t tiio work of the U'ann in ihe
Fieti, (tarden and IIohpo. One larpo en
ffravinr. a " take ofT" upon Horse Kaclhg at
riiA, is worth tho Price of the nnniher.
One Ooilar-, til pay'fot tii Agricultural
. . ORAV0E JCPD, PuhHaLer,
19 Water-at, Svw Yrl.
Agents W?.nted 1
HO TRAVEL aud polirit orders for
J AtwaUr's PaUut Fift-v-a Do'lur Peing Macbiuei.
Salary faW rer mo Dili, with all eipnis ftlo. A r! dive with
ttamp. I. M. nAGOETT A o.,
4t 4 Ko. 4, V Uiton J ane, Bofton VTm.
R. J. A. S'A Ii I S 15 U R Y, of tbe
Ecleotio and Gxman
l'ractico ol I'li'ilitiiie,
IIavimo nermunently lonatrd in this place, oT-
fers hi proffcaaional nerwefi in tlte lnhabiUni of Ashtabula,
aod iuroiinding Towoaltips, ftr the Cure of all Chkonio and
Aci tb diirt of trvry trrade, type, aud character, to wblch
the UuoiRO i torn ia inritient.
Tweuty year eporieoou, would nahle him tn nay, that be
foe 1 1 eontidenr that Culuh, Lqoij.iii, u.ni'MPriOM, Kkox
chjtw, Enlakhkh Tovhii.b. and Sokb Thkiut, when treated
iu bis Nw Way, will be nfr, hrrretthfe, end niitibia, and will
cur wheu any nieaii eer adopted ty nn-j-tal nn. can cure.
iMviate of tbe I.tuer, biowacn. KiJwts, imttxle, and 6'et
utd Or gait, Treatpd with uiom t, r,otnl, and f'opuktur
coui-eulrated, and Keaeuoid apenri of the bclectie Seboots,
which are putvly and potuv.y V auKTaai-i.
KheuutielUm, t-iaoii.o, h' rv.u, or Acute trea d fef
that never battue a?-"., fwhen propert app'led.) E'.fc
TaiciTf. DiM'i of m Heart, Spina, bkln, and Olnodular
systema, auryvw-sitiiry tret 1.-4. All (jumIuI AtfectiouaA CtOaOrs,
autl Fuvr Suits, eueieiL.V i:'jrnt.
Female XV ssr-H:- h-.nnr Nervoua or Organic, Chronic
Oromerwlfsa, mil bu cutl or relieved iu ftah.rl inuo,
Th'-ae n-.ir by, eu wailt Uie I(M'tnra hit rooma ia the
FLiK. itO'.jb.', or at i.-i oiboe, of which due botire will be
givun, wiiuu oMjeds Thie m a dUUiite tAn rouanlt btno, by
svi, ti:.n tu t tie:r Cin, will) th-di full DaiXj aud ae, ruxrlu.d
(lt tft --..At. ' k
Kpt -Ki .lUi-ntloD. paid to dl-ajeu of the Evt and Eas.-o-Ami
to tbe htcaigbtiujf ol Crooked Lunh, Ae.
DK. S. A. tAMSRlFRY.
AbHTjaSriA, Augiat 26th, 1a6s. 4J
WHEAT W ANTED I
MMfE Rmscr.lBEIM are in want ,r
l Mj T l!Pi 1, (Mlverv.1 ft f thtr Vllt. In A.hUbnliL fe.
Much hlR .il ii;kt price u l rialitln Ch
IUII.UON 4 r-IKPtOO.
A'TiU'm!, Ai-fiifl 4, I'M. 4,
Great bargains at Ashtabula I
GEO. HALL will Mt at rreatly-TTdnn-ti
pitcoa. tho'O fine feirlnra. All arranra1. Tt
Manufacturers are bard np and Mtiit Auve lAe Mrmv. Wrt .
ovportnntty wii ever offered for ar-uinr rartUp-ea an Uwe, la "
thiapli. Call soob If tou want a r--rln. ome, wll 1
be siild flcn 20 to te dollata lew than the uaual .-
Also, A Splemlld Stork of fUnoa, Molodeona and Uultaie,
for aale, to vil the hard tilnie. Cull ainl si.
Aelitabula, Ai(. la.w 4S0
.HOLD PENS The best in market, at
VJl srm.Ks. t
rponriTCRTDriOI.a of Jon Davis,
( ilr-reai-d On the Viltb day of June. A 1) lH.'S, ,th 7"ro
ba 4 ennrt ol' At)taiiula Count?, declared the Eitate of John .,
I'arla, deeeneed, to be probably insolvent; creditors ae therr-',
fnia required lo preri-nt their'cliiirne aeau.ft the Estate to,
the undersigned lor allowance, wltUIn six months fiom the
tu-n aliove mentioned, or the, ullliiOtbe ercdited U. pavment.,
Ahshtnbula, June J4th, ls;.. CO. PIHBI.E. Ad.a'r.
7EABODY."A H ACT BOIS STRAW. .
-L TifcRRV PI, NT" for on the Fair ground during
the County fhlr be ANSFL I'l'EI.L.
Also -t all times, hi the rc-piner)-. of E. WoOP, and. A
fjpaLt. one mite north ot Jetterron on the plank roail. '
"XTOTTCK. To nli concerned, the sab-.
-I 1 shriller wants to Fettle up with
Everybody, Ko Excq4'wns,
And tt will be for the Interest of those, that are liwVMe to
hlmSo call soon, as douv will make cost. Mr paiieno can
not hold out much loiter. SJo CAll without delay.
Ashtabula, July 53d, 1S5S, N' '"''"'
CTRAWriERRY PLAVrB for -ate.-!
Tlie Subscriber has for sale 4 fc-ar thousand strawberry
plants Ol the following tarietlt-s :
Tiftrjro enrly firarlet.
These are tJirre WfI rule tire iu cullivatloa aud are WTurant-
e1 to be true tr. ruin?. , . ,
fcUawberrita rnay te aet ary time Hom the flnrt of An?nsi
to the middle of sient Price per hutvwed rWw,
AKlitAb-tla, Jnly With, Hf3. EMOKi tnoK.
J VHE SAID TO HE EXTRACTED WXTIIOt? PAlJf by
the ol OaisfcuhD..
Dit. Ml'l.'M-; lientiit ol Afbtttrwla ltaa react v4 u flv
Gtlvanie Idritninifnt from New York, and is now prcfarert t '
ollct hn patient all the beiiedta a? Wing from thfc iueuttt'B,
atirlitg tbem that It ia perfectly naif, and frfa ftoui thor
weakemns; eiTeets ofmally fot lowing the adnioitftertng Af ether .
and eblotoforrj. - -. .
Thu Dnod of appilet toi. ts rtmpTy to p the fnTratitf nir.
rent thmnph tba tooth, and white it Is la a beciimbnd state,
the tno-h ia extracted.
Ju repaid to the above proeeas, it may be welt to eUt, that
the Fmnrtlnt Inntiinte of Tbidolphla, appointed a ontrvrnUU'e
to tmahtifrate it claims, and from their report the folliTwiug
"One ha mt red and ri x lyfour teeth were extracted In theprea
etee of tho con roittee.'
"The comniittre Is eati6od Irom tho ohaerrtlon aud expe
ileucc of ite tneriiUrr, Uiat tn Urge majo.Uy cuaea o ex
traction with thin apparatua, No Tain Uatcrer is felt by the
N P. rersom wishing the pmfrIOnal erteea of the
dertlgeotl, aro reqneeted to eall before the 6 rat of Octobdr, as)
After that be expects te be abcent for some time. e .
ABkt&buU, Autuft 18, 1S6S. ' i52
MAST E R CftuTrSHIONER'S Sale of
Pieal Estate, Ashtubula Corutuou Pleas,,
Jaua Term, .R58.. . . . .
. I Order t Bale.
Ftrphco P. -Vewell.etal J
BY VIRTUE of an order of Kale, dnly
issued from said Cmtrt In tlie alwee ease to me directed,
I tll offer for sale nv ray of puhllc auction at the door ot th
Court House in Je.Icrson,' Ashtaliula conntr, Ohio, o Mon
ey. the Bib dsy .,f r!r ptentlr, A. O. I '(W. -between tlrf hmin
of 10 Mid four o'ehick of ssiid dlv, the rolnur deerribM
Ileal EsUt, to lt : .Situate ia tho township Of AaliUhuia,
In the County of Asbt&lni., and Stnta of Ohio, and bring a
puitof Lot Nn. S, so ral wt which Is hound, d a( follows.
North try land owned by E-twIn llu-mnn. Erst by tho top of
the bank, on the Wetsidef Ashtabula neek, Weet by the.
Turnpike Road, and South by a Ilisi sarralel o tho worth
line, acd Qe rods dlsUdt thorefiom. nvraised at i-JOO,0u, -ili.Tf.
-toil V. M. 1ISNDKY,
July 30, 1S5. Master Commissioner
M AS'l ER COMMISSIONER'S Sale of
Real Estate, Ashtabula Common Pleaa,
June Term. 1858. , .',-'.
Btephcn k Fitch 1 '
vs. J Order of Sale of mortgire5 -
Jednthaa Cola. Et Al 1 , preuilaw
BV VIRTUE of an order of aali, du
lr issued fiom said Court lo th a10ve case to me dl-n-cud,
I IH otTi-r for sale by way of pub'fc auction at that
door of tha Court hmvse in Jefferson, Asbtabala csoooty, Ohio,
nn Mundiy, the dth dxy of September, A. O. bHween
the hours of 1ft ard four o'clock of satti dtiy, the rtvlnwiugr
dcrcribiwl Pea) tate, to wit: Sitantf In 'the Vnmthip of
Harperefle'd. oo-jjty of Ashtanola. aud State of Ohio, and la
kuornu aa tieinff pat'-tof Lot, So. ft, In said H-vpereOeld, It
tteloR the WcM half of said Lot, No. 6t), exoctt what Haa
Ho'th of the kosd, running across the South end thereof,
and boonded aa foll.tws, to w-itt North n IM Mo. 43! eVnit'i
on uio ceoter "f the old ICaet on the East half ol aald Lot,
.'v 53, and Wert os Lot .No. 60. eontainlntr fortT-ftre aorws
of lAd, be the aoatc rcore or less appraised at' $19,00 petr
acre. VM. HKMiRY,
July 80th, Vi 4C9 Viuyter OomniiaetoMr
SHERIFF'S SALE of Real Eslatc, Aah
taonlrt Common Plena, March Term,. '58.'
Sam 1 Hvmb Assirfnce of
r.. lli.j A. (jo,
I-. G. Johnson.
ii in i ii e, or n writ ol Alxnt tutr
1 J radon, duly Usuod from a-1 1 r.iurt in tho aborw case, to
ire di.ecte.l, I will oiler fi r sale by war 8f ewblio ucUon at
tlie d inr ot the l onrt lvero tu Jclerinn, AshlAbiiU eounty,
Ohio, on Mond.'iy, the '.'M day nf August, A. V. 1X68, between
the hours of IO aud four o'clock of aaid day, tha fnUowlner
decrild Keal tststo. V wit: ilunte in "the tewnshiprf
Oeoova, iu tba crnuity of Ashubulv and lie 8tat of Ohio,
hniuj Iu the Eul paj-t of stcti'rn No. J, in said townshln, ba
Kluniug atjoi-.t ren rods Hast Ol' the l-outh-East comer of
Gcot Rnae's lard, niiininj thence South to the center of
the North Hidpe hv.a.l. Ihcnce West a'.oriK tbe oentcr of aaid
Kldjc Road tn tUe Eoet line or Salmon Sev-mour'e Land, theoo
North nn asiil ?i.-yni-.ur's lud to the SnuUi line of tho aaii
Oeoree Rose's land, thenee et i Uie place of besrlnniuc, eno
taluingt'.irtyaudnaeha C ci)tf ,0re of Und, ben th,
aaroe Ian heretofore defied b Aneen Kniith, to 1 art O. JOhn
anu, aovUiR and Kesu-Hiir therefor one and one fourth il V)
ance of Und, sttoato on tlie said Vnrth Kidfre, near the np
ter of tho above described trac, dr-Vd to Lewis A. Oeylord,
wiih the .pin tuisu.Ts . Aoralaed
WM. HENDRV, 8hrlff.
TelTereoit, -Inly 25l, 18aH, $4 DO 44a-
M ASTK R COMM7smNERSSaie or
Heal Kitale, Ashtabula Common Pleas,,
June Term: 1858: " -
Executors of T. C. Ktovene, V
Order of Sale;
Ailfriutna Ilarthohjmcw, at al j - . .. .. ' '!
BY VIRTUE of an oroV of tale, duly
issufd from Mid fort In the above case, to me directed,
1 will otter for sale by way of public auction at the door of the
Court House iu Jeerson, Asbubjla County, Ohio, ca Man
d.iy, the nth aay of Senteruhcr, A. I) ibftt, hetweon tbe hour
of 10 and fuur o c ock of said day, th followinc decrroel'
Real Etate, to wit: Si'nate In tba township of Genssnal
Coouty of A-Uahjla, and Stutc of Ohio, aiuj ia bounded tod
dceotibed as fniloirs, to wit : Known aa being in lot Ho. I,
in great lot No 2, In atd Township, eoumM-ucine at th. fkratb.
st'est i-Orner nf a tot of lnnd owned by Win. TutUe, and ax-tii-lr-d
to I. French, runelng North one hundred aod aiasy
fnur ft-et, (104 (vet.) thence Wet one hundrrsl and twenty.
Ore feet, (lliSfeet,) to land nwucd by J. J. Etron, tbeoc
South to the Ridre Road, one hundred and ninety foet, (itk
foct.) thsuoe V.wi 0- feet to the place nf bo.inntuff, npoit
whli-h lot is a tavern t.ouso and barn . Aporwised at i400uUh
July 81. Ik.,. ikI.OO 4od fipecol lissU-r Ciwtn.iasloner
At water's Premliua
1 K & $25 Sew ing Machines Patent'd
1 M.iV 6;b. Ifcjg.
I'he suhscrilier hain purcbs.ned the rleht to tills townabip
in tbe aliove il:jcl.lt e, takes this method to let those wishing
to purchase konw, whore they can (.el tho best fumlly tfachll
so in use, and would say that he will deliver, put up, nod
warrant every Machine he slls to b. iierlcct in all it partst,
and as thei-e ha recently liven one or twu iuprovemwita mad.
in tlsie Mschiue, we believe II now stands without a uvaj, bd4
Is just what every family neede. ...
It was awarded the First Pscinfum at tlie N". V. RUt Fair,
held ot BuHalo, del. 8th, IH7, (nr its fcunplicitj, DurabUtty,
C'a--lty, and I'reciicjil Ltliity.
t-itieia, and W heeler k Wilson.' high priced Uaohioea
were ui conif etitlno.
'the above ftiaeL'ne oaa l seen and tested at th. residenoa
of Uie subscriber, whole be will be happy lo wall on auy who'
anay taior him with a call. E.tra Neevlies kept on haud fur.
the accommodation of loose who tuay jived. Residence on
street, near the r'i'itcnpal Church. - P. . iiALL.
Ashtshnla, Auf. it7th, isdaj .
OITCE. Gilltert J. Mershau, cf
IX Rtirlnxdeld, In the Tounty of Erie, aod Blate ef Teco
sylvanlt, is notified tbst Pclisa A. Idershan, did on th. lblb,
dny ol Aiicust, A. 11. l-"ili. Iile her pwlilion iu the office of th.
Clerk of the Court of Ctimoiou s'lvao, within and for to.
Ouuty of Ashtabula, and blale of Outft, cuaifriog the seadj
Gilbert J. Mcruisn wiih Iraudulent njarriae coutiacl, eatreo.,
cruelty, and proas neglect of duty, and asking that aha may
ho divorced fiiiio snld Gilbert J. tlershan, aud for alimony,
w hich petHion wtll stand for hearioe at the noxl toroj of Court,
listed this 1Mb iuj o( August. A. . 1M.
, LE1.I.13A A. VlERiillAV, by
et4u2 Khennau A Farmer, her A tt'yt.
- T.-- tiTtt-rri .e . .
DH. CULVER WELL
N MANHOOD. A medical pMBy.o
SK, ctrlain and r mi, ant mrt of Sprrmfttorrkao,
. . wi., siMwH m, nss vj internal m,xuiNs, cuuxer-
ualutM, ar any uurAanuai aiiplianrei.
Jtar r-wsLiBtirn, the nth arlltica. In a sealed envelope, jrette
aod pmiled to any addront, poat-patd, on recoipt of sismp...
, Tbl little work, OMUlal!i.j fioni a cckbiatwl mcir.bei oftb
aneillcsj ptojutu. ghesthu uirt iuipoitii.it int"riiiall"n vyr
(uonUied tu all ptiwos entuiul.tini! UouV. Pbr,4I.
cunditiou, or who ate roon-iom i f hsvine ha.-sidcd tuchr
hMito aod kar,i,it-Bai . unutning th. pertU-ulaje ot an q
trrciy aaw ana perrect rt-rueu, tor h-eiinuiihiri or rtcioiusj
V m-.kness, Deuilitr, Nursoosi o, 1'epi -l-n of npii lts, Los.
ol Kneiyv, tarsUude, Timidity, lno!untay Seo.luaJ i'l'harg
rs. luiiue.1 41,-lit.ind ilnini v, Blot-I.sw aud I'lraple. ou tha
Fos-e, Hies U.ai,;iwien, 'n! iu,tiuo l the lleiut, and bodily
Frosttatiou nf tin' wiin. e system, iiiducinff imnntcne aud.
(Mulal aud pby-l. al inc.pacily.-hy inm of whih sHi; bp
n sv c-ire hlrneeJ piivutcii-, ai d al n ti nhoR Sk iiae. .
' f A I't-t-r Hi fll. I. C KI.IM", 1st Avij Hue, onr lOt
(tit it .'tw Vnik; '.- t ItJ, N ). i'-'-'l. - h'o4..
'"MIA IN CH AULEr5. Graptr-;YJu-a4
J MCI.yt.HAIN CltAI'P.I . tor a.hy-1- . . ;
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July , s
vs'i- t-. at' pusi-o