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A S II T A r. U L A ; Saturday UortSn?, Srpt. 11, 18.18. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. J of tilt Kiiprru Court WILLIAM V. PECK, of Scioto. Cemptpiller, WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Trillin. Atwraey Onrnl, C II IU3T0 PITER P. WOLCOTT, of gususiil. Mwiktt of Board of FuMl Work, JOHN L, MARTIN, of Butler. CCxTGREeSIONAI. TICKET. For afemt? l Con pre, JOHN IIUTC1IINS, of Trumbull Co. COUNTY TICKET. For An il '.or, . J. C. A. RUSllNELL.of Ji.ffcrsou. Corrniittl-ner, G. W. ST. JOHN, or Morgan. Coroner, NO A II nu.SKIN, of Jcfliraon. Pixprtor of I1.ftr.suu7, 13 A A C B. STEVENS, of Plymouth. Tho diatribes of tlie Ib'cntinel, ou Congression al matters, are no doubt ia accordance with It usual gooJ scnso aud discriminating jadginei.t, but what gratification or utility thy are to af ford to anybody otttsiJe of tlmt office, ore out readily perceived. The gimcroug aod mauly en dorsement of tbo existing position of these mat ters on tbe one hand, would prccludo llie pro priety of such a course, and the welfare of com moo interests, and a tolerable respect for the one who is Indicated as the representative of tWw interests, on the other, would secta alike to dictate a different course of treatment V arc not, however, disposed to murmur, if the courso ia a necessary one, and aty peculiarities of metaphysical organization requires this as an alterative process, by which a sounder and saner condition is thna ultimately to bo arrived at. A friend calls our attention to the arti cle we published last week from tle.Albany Jjvening JovrnaL, which we stated was a communication from Cleveland, to the Jour nal. He says lie thinks we were mistaken, in alluding to it as a communication, that the article was cn editorial of the Journal's. Our recollection does not serve ns on this point. We supposed we were warranted in making the statement we did. TVe are not confident, but are innocent of any de sign of taking the wind out of it by such allusion as has been hinted. The St. Louis Frauds. An additional evidence that there were glar ing frauds in the lute election at St Louis, is found in the fact that the County Judges, on fortiusl petition, have granted a writ of injunc tion, forbidding any examination of the "poll Woks," or record of votes. They bave secre ted, shot np from the public, on the demaud o Democratic partizans, the ballots cast on the occasion. This decision of tbo. Democratic judges Is palpably illegal and absnrd. It could hare no other object than to cover up corrup tion and disboneity. The immediate occasion of this action, says the Cincinnati Gazelle, was to prevent Mr. Cerue from examining the bal lots, ia order to give evidence in bis contest for the Sheriflality, against Cobtello, the Demo cratic candidate, who is declared elected. The astute judges have decided that be must first prove that somebody voted illegally, before le cau look at the jpuMi'e record, on which such vote is entered. Tbsrc can be no doubt that this u properly a "public record," and tbo fact that it has been expedient to hide it, contrary to law aud justice, shows a consciousness of romcthing wrong. Meantime the people are demanding that these corrupt judges shall be ' dealt with." They ought to be promptly ioi poached, and the frauds they are trying to cover should be fully ferreted put, if po3sUilo, at whatever cost. . I dependent, Ami-Lawyer, Anti-Slave- holde Candidate rou Co.ncrb3! Dr. B. W. Richmond, of Jefferson, announces himself in the Sentinel, an independent candidate for Con gress. Io Lis communication of a column, la the Sentinel, be divides the natiou ioto two great autagonisUcol iotoreeU the lawyers of the North, aud the slave-holders of the Booth, aud the Doctor intrepidly takes the breach between them.Iu this state of thiugs,the Dr.being ofgood git, there is evidently a ruff and-tumble a reg. nlar bear-fight ahead, the progress of which will be watched with trembling interest; a fight in which three snch formidable parties are pitted, will no doubt fetch" something if the "handle holds," 03 the barber said to his razor. As the Dr. gallantly leads off of the party of the first part, a leader of the secoud will be named, if necessary, on application at this office, while M. O. Keitt, and the gbost of Baooca, with one or to ttringfellcut, ss ettctiduuts thrown in, would make a very good figure-head for the doughty phalanxes of the south.'- To ibe local distribution of these honors, we shall deferential ly agree to raise to objection, and to throw no obstacle in the way of a free and fair fight. So itand aside, and let the coffin pa?a. Tut Captced Suf.e. The brig Dol phin, which ca pturcd '.he' slaver Echo off the cam', of Cuba, has been promptly with drawn from th home squadron and attach ed to the Paraguay expedition. This may tot mean anything, but it has a bad look that the only government ship that" has nhown a spcul fitness for the suppression ef the ilare trade in our own waters, should liiat once removed (rom so useful and honorable a fit-Id of service. Lieut. Mstffit, Ilcr commander, in his dirfpatchea to the government, gae information that several slavers were expected, out he coast of Cuba in -October, end he ewdonlly atLed to get a.t.am-rt at thvui. V.'e a to sorry tic gov frr."..; it 'a uo willing to gratify him.. There run l,e no diiiienlty in intercepting and eap ttuinj iho s-Uvera in the G-ulf, and. com j l. t. !y iTcaLinj up the traCk", if our naval cu.i i.uinU'rs are given.to audt-rstand. that tl.o a.!;; i .i.tratton wbh to have tliem doit. or t! ..- !i ! Tilji condition of the slaves on th-i I.'. I,.., the K y of the Gulf gives tba foi!-.rtti'7 nccot'tit , . . 'J'!;i' J i I'm h. i J en board v.lten takeu, f.L'.'rtt tLrte ).oi.!rel and ihii ty Aiiouua, thirty t'ivf years cf nfT'i j nnd there wero widetity svvei-u! births on tbi oyage More tt: hi fevun e':;!itbiof the tlsiv c, tiiftlc nd fi .i.iulc, were in nulo Ktnte. Tbcy a ti e ccnfliu-d to the dei-k in a sutin pov ture, "rpoon fushion"--a nd OS we Irani from Dr. J. M- l'rowne of the Dolphin, prekented a ttiot di.sg;wting, ttckening ntid rcvlotinj? nppfnrfttirc. Many had the lop rovy, otlieis with their ryes obtruding from the socket, others with horrible Bore and almost all conceivable p.ilments, consequent to thtir position iu confinement and treat ment on board. Originally, there were SO taken ou board, of which number 140 bad died. "Among the incld'-nts of the enptnre, wc learn that the n'lit before that event, the vessel being within about eighty miles of the port of destination, a grand cham pagne "blow out" as hnd on board in nn ticipution of soon successfully completing the voyage and lingering tho proceeds of tthlch we were informed each of the crew was to received $900, and 'he owners ex creted to clear 130.000 bnt before they itod time to sleep off the effects of their potations, the Dolphin bote in fight nt daylight, much to their surprise nnd cha grin. Alto during the chase, when it was thought by the shivers that there vessel wus distancing the Dolphin, they ugain in dulged in champagne, driukimj cotifusiou to the pursuers, Icauiug over the rail and bowing and tossing off a. binnp:r in the most improved and ' don't you wish you cauhl catch as" style. But when the last shot was fired, going between her masts, their self ussuronce and hopes of escape turned to fenr and excitement ; and ufter the capture they cxpresred great astonish ment ns to the accuracy of the shot, and n.-ked 'what kiud of a gun sent a ball that dibtauce'" The slave ship sailed from New Orleans on the &lh of March last, with a captain, tw- mates, eight seamen, a cook, steward and one passtfltgor. On- the 5th of July she shipped 455 slaves ut Kabenda. ou the west coast of Africa, not far from the Con go river. She was 47 days reaching the coast of Cuba. No papers were found on board but it signal of a black cross on a white ground, which was used to notify the party on shore. The crew, nineteen in number, professed to bo all passengers, without a cuptnin or officers. The captaiu and crew will be tried for piracy, under the law of 1819, nt Columbia, S. C, on the fourth Monday in November. The government declares that it shall send tho negroes back to Africa, and tho attorney general has been requested to say what evidence is neccessary in order to justify the president in sending them back. Ibo Charleston Conricr contiuuca to argne earnestly that the negroes ore wanted in this country, and that it will be both just and merciful to make slaves of them : 'Why should we send them back T Do wc not want them ? They are wanted everywhere onr planters want them ; our mechanics want them ; our railroads want them ; our waste lands are in waut of thera. Is it from any sense, among our selves, of the iuhumanity of rendering them useful I ue put our sons aud broth ers nuder piasters to learn a trade, and la it humane to do this, and not humane to do the same to creatures that arc certainty as much uecd in training and instruction 7 There is no reason why we should send th.iin back, but in this that it bas become agreeable to another section of the nnion to look with distrust on our institutions and we are called upon to make this sacri fice cf interest aud utimanity to propitiate them." So much sympathy for the poor free ne groes of the Echo is manifested in- South Carolina, aud so earnest a purpose to bless ibem with homes on the plantation, that the attorney general cf that slate bus thought it necessary to come out ia the Charleston Mercury with his official opin ion that the Africans are in legal possession of the United States marshal, and arc not subject to tho laws of South Carolina. Atlantic & Great AVestees R. It. Tbo telegraph has announced that this road had tuccccdud in negotiating three millions of their bonds in Europe. This wilt be welcome newa to the people along the line of the route. Tii6 Itoad leaves the New York 4 Erie R. R. at Little Valley aod crosses through Warren and Crawford counties in this state via 4Iead ville, striking the Ohio line in the neighborhood of Jamestown, Mercer Co. It may perhaps touch the extiemo south eastern townships of Erie county. It is intended as a broad guage connecting liuk between the N. Y. & Erie and Ohio &. Mifciistippi Railroads, at.d thould it meet with that success which is claimed for it, will ere long form a part of a continuous broad guage line from New York to St. Louis. It will therefore exercise a powerful iufluenco on the future propperity of the New York & Erie. Atla.vtio Telegraph. A communication from Mr. Field, at N. Y. on the 8t.li, says he has received from Newfoundland a de upateh, informing him that although the in sulation of the Cable remains perfect, uo message has come over it for several days. The last mesiinge be received from Englaud was dated London, Sept. 1st. He is unable to state the cause of the cessation of messages, but conjectures that it is the change of the shore end at Valcn tia, which he was informed was about to be done. When the Africa sailed from Liver pool on the 2 1st ult., it was known that the connection between Prof. AVuitehonse and the Atlantic Telegraph Co. would cease ou or about the 1st of September. It would therefore appear much more proba ble that the working of the Cable bad ceased from some action on the part of that gentleman or some of his partisans, than that it had ceased for six or eight days from the causa saggested by Mr. Field. It should also be stated that Prof. Thomp son is to sncceed Prof. Whitehou3o iu a 6erios of experiments npon the Cable; aod although his system was regarded by all practical telegraperg in England as perfect 1 cbildinh, it is quite possible that the pre sent dlay in transmitting intelligence is at tributed to Prof. T.'s experiments. It was also known at the sailing of the Alicfti that the Directors despairing of satisfactory WiSults the systems of Prof. 'a W. and It, liadnaBged with Prof. Hughes to take charge of tbo electrical dt partmeot of Ihe Company's business, and it wag ex pected that the JltiglieV I'rltuing instru ments would.be placed at Trinity liny nd Vulcntia oa or about the 20th or 25Ui.insl., and from, the cx)nuient (nailu at I'ly niouth, wbiia tin) Cable was tl.re,' there-, in uo reutumble doubt but that Prof. 1!. will It nbl? to tttmni.it iiitcllit.enen threcf-i the Cable rctiitbly, m.d nl the rate of nbent SO!) woiilt per bi'ur. CaTHOLUT OiTo?D TO ?BK DllED "OTT Decision. Tba following is the iangtiHge cf Prof. A. Drownson. one of the ablest expounders of Catholicism in the United States. It is taken from an article in Jtroitmon't Kcvieio, condemning the Dred Scott Decision : - The Chie'- Justice did rot remember, in interpreting the laligiingff, or more properly tho silence of the Constiti'tion touching uegio titueuahip, what his religion teaches him, and what nas a Cutholic heboid?, aud mart hold, namely, that negroes are meu, and that all men are equal before the laws of nature ; aud therefore as men, negroes and whites stand on the same footing of equality. The legal presumption, then, must be in fuvor of negro citizenship. If negroes are men, and all men are equal as men, then free uegroes aud w bites are c qual as cilizcus, unless the contrary is ex pressly ordained by the Constitution. The Herald's Wat-hitigtoti correspondent euys the frigate Niagara has been ordered to proceed immediately to Charleston to carry back the Africans takeu on the slaver Echo Com. Chnuncy goes out as commander of the Niagara. General Superintendent Talltinid;re was to day suspeiidcd by tho Police Commision crs, for refusing to obey un order of Gen. Nye to scud policemen to Quarantine on the tiijrht of the second Ere. The Cable Dinner in New YoHK.The Mu ucipal Dinner to Cyrus V. Field, Etq, and the officers of II. B. M., steamship Gorgon, aud the U. S. steam frigate NiaKar0.n' -he Metropolitan Hotel ou Thursday night, was attended by 600 persons. Speeches wero mndo in response to the regular toasts by Cyrus AV. Field, Lord Na pier, Gov. Prioe, of New Jersey, Cupt Dayman of the Goron, the Rev. Dr. Bellows, Gov. King, Richard Busteed, Esq Augnstns Schell, Esq., the TIou. Daniel E. Sickles, the lion. James E. Brooks, the Hon. Juhu Cochrane, and others- Tbe festivities were krpt np to a very lute hour, Senator Brodkrice's Arrival m Califor nia. -A San Francisco correFpondcnt of the Taunton (Mass.) Oazettr, writing on tbo 4th of August, thus mentions Senator Bropericks re ception iu California: DorcLAS is Great Tribulation. The Chicago Pros und lYilunt publishes the following S. A. D. extract from a letter written by Judge Douglas to the Hon. U. F.Liodcr: ':For God's soke Liuder, come up into tbo Northern part of the State and help me. JL very u"? in the btatc is let after me froui the bull-dog Trumbull to the smallest canine quadruped that has a ken nel in Illinois." Tbe Democrats of this County had a County Convention at Jcffereon, on Saturday last, at which our P. M. prcbide-d. Tbe following nominations were reported by tbe committee and unanimously adopted: For Auditor, Thomas Smith of Ashtabula; for Commissioner, Hiram Morgan, of Harts grove; Infirmary Director, R. Stanton, of Kings ville; Coroner, Jonathan Looinis, of Jefferson. The Resolutions were of tbe "Statesmanship, Patrlotism-iotegrity-and-grcat-moral-worth-of- James Bcch an an" description.. Lecompton, of course. Senator Broderick, (or, as be is more commonly called here Dave Eroderick) returned by tie lust steamer from the East. His arrival was onuounced by the firing of guns by his tneuds, and lie has been great Iv petted by many who were never consid ered his friends before. Tbe Republicans. who never saw bis merit until be became an opposed senator, are now loud in praise of bis good sense cud personal ability. 1 know nothing of Ins abilities, but ho is certainly beloved by a largo party in California. In deed, I think be is better loved, more bated, and more teareU, tr.an any man in the state Tbe first demonstration iu tbe present canvass in this city against the attempt of tno Administration to torco a Lecompton Constitution upon the people of Kansas, and in favor of tho enactment of legal measures to preserve tbe integrity of the ballot-box, took place last cveuitig at the hall of the Cooper Iustitute. The ball was filled by leodir.g citizens of all parties favorable to the sentiments of tho call. Speeches were made by AVm. M. Evarts, e'q., and the Hon. Jacob Broome of Perm sylvania. The greatest enthusiasm pre vailed, and everything seems to indicate a union of the honest men of the Democracy, the Republicans aud tbe Americans ia a common cause. JS. 1. Tribune. Senator Trumbull's great speech at Chi cago, with its charge that Mr. Douglas was a party to a .conspiracy, in existence before the Lecompton cnterpnze, to force on the people of Kansas a Constitution to which they were opposed, naturallv stirred tho ire of Mr. Douglas, who replied to it with a sweeping aud aousive denial. This denial was examined tn turn by Mr. Trumbull in a speech at Alton, which we thia morning transfer to onr columns. We must say that Mr. Trumbull proves himself a erT bard antagonist iu this encounter, as indeed be is very apt to do ; and that he makes good bis allegation by evidence of a pretty conclusive character.- N. Y. Tribune. A Repoiiter Mobbed One of the re porters of the Tribuuc, who bad made him self unpopular with the incendiaries of Toinpkiuevillc, by a faithful exposure of tboir tlaiuning deeds on lnursday inght, was assaulted in a cowardly manner by some of tbe Sepoys ia that village ou-Saturday afternoon, just as bo was about to take tho boat for Ne York. They pelted bira with stale eggs, and threw a quantity of flower upon bis person. Ho quietly re marked .that the odor of the eggs was "rank and smelt to Heaveu," but it was per f unit compared will; a moral 6tencb v.-liicji pertadt-d- tbo atmosphere of the town. JST A Yaukee chap down in Holt, Kan sas, occupying an old-daguerrean wagon by the roadside, as discovered a short time since, washing a scouring an old gun barrel. O.i being aked wbtu hs iuteud od to do with it, hi replied that ho was fix. ing op to go into the liquor business, and to avoid the law, was going to niaks use of this tube ii.stead of glasses, thereby mnking it appear beyond disptito that ho hi falling liquor 6y the barrel I The follow is doing a thriving business. A great many persons hiie been "Jiot in the neck' by tuis novel contrtvfttiee. ' ...... DaV, Tni'0 ton t'oNonr -w The Lecompton Locos of this D'tli ii t bve put Iu nomination the Hon. David 'i po, n anii-lrompton tnan till ho thought he could do better. Tbe death of Sheriff Clwpp, of Geauga county, Is announced, ne died on Monday week of tlphoid fever. Governor Ricbardjon of Nrbraska has re s'gncd, aud will stump Illinois lu behalf of Jui'ge Douglns. The Now York Quarantine Buildings Burst by a Mob. The excitement about the tellow fever at the qnaruntlne hospital on Staten Island culminated in hd attack on the buildings on WedneidAy evening. A mob of ubout a thotitand men broke Into the inclosure at ten o'clock, and set liro to theshuiities used as hospitals for yellow fevef nod small pox patient. The large brick building on the bill, called the St. Nicholas was also fired and consumed. Another brick building nsed for siutll pox patients was also con snmed. The mob broke in the iron gates to the main entrance also, and engines were taken in, but the hose was cut, and the firo raen manifested no disposition to extinguish the fire. The mob deliberately entered the several hospitals, aud, removing the sick, piled the straw beds and bedding in the doorway s and windows and set them on -fire. Dr. Thompson, the health officer, called his men, about sixty in number, into the house and armed them with muskets; but the force was too poweiful to render any at tempt to oppose them successful. The har bor police were nil on duty iu their boats, but tbe mob was beyond their control whon they reached the ground. One of Dr. Thompson's stevedores was shot in the back with a ball and buckshot. The inmates of quarantine wero in a state of great excite ment, fearing that the mob intended to take their lives. Dr. Disscll, the resident physician, in his excitement, put a musket to the head f one of' tho hurbor police aud came near shootiug him. The bunting of tho quarantine building's was decided on at a meeting of citizens held at Castleton on Wednesday. Kay Tompkins and Thomas Barnes, hotel-keepers, were active at the meeting. The board ot health of Cnstlcton also posted a hand bill, sigucd by their chairman and -secreta ry, denouncing the quarantine establish ment as a nuisance, and recommending the citizens to protect themselves by abuting it wiibjut delay. Tbe plan was to burn all the buildings, place tho sick in a barge, tow them to the city, aud leave tbeiu an chored off the battery. The number of the sick is 81, several of whom arc near death. It is said tho mob intend to burn the re maining building, but the presence of the police will probably prevent it. The buildings burned are two brick hos pitals, fivo (hauticsf the dead house, Dr. Thompson's residence, stables and out honses. Dr. Thompson was insured for $6,000, and the county of Richmoud is re sponsible to him and to the state for the whole damnge. The patients whom the mob turned ont of the wards are uow crowded into tho bospitai at tho gate, the ouly building left. About sixty passengers by the steamer Empire City, who wero laud ed at the bospitai on Tuesday afternoon, escaped during the confusion and excite ment, tnd are now mingling with their friends in New York, and it is by no means impossible that to the incendiaries the city may owe the introduction of a fatal and devastating epidemic. From the New York Evening Post of Saturday. The Quarantine Outrages. The one hundred policemen required to be seut to Quarantine by the Commission ers' of Emigration urrived there iu the steamboat Dr. Kane, at G o'clock last even ing, nearly forty-eight hours after the first public demonstration of the iocendiar.es. Tbcy were all armed with tho volcanic re peating rifles and pistols, furuisSed by the manufacturers, and are under command of Captain Walling, the same officer who com manded during the Seap-uiiie's Point war. They bave a six-pounder, and pleuty of nn-.n...t.;t:. ... ..I...- ll. . nuuuuutiiuij, iu :i!u!g;.. xne party was ac companied by Police Commibsioners Nye and Boweti, and Superintendent Tabnadgo. The boat alsj took down a supply of tents. which were immediately pitched within the Quarantine grounds and occupied by the sicj. ients were also provided for the. Po lice, a camp-fire was lighted, setitinels were posted, and altogether tbe sceue might be taken for a miniature representation of tho encampment of the allied armies within the ruins of Sebastopol. Ray Tompkins, the reported leader of tue incendiaries, was quietly arrested last evening, shortly after tbo arrival of the police. The inhabitants of the "infected district" that Sn, the neighborhood where Krcni tier, a German died were yesterday uoti- nea mat tncir dwellings would be burned at night,, but the threat was not carried into execution, the presence of the police and the arrest of tbe ruling spirit seeming to uave aisneartcnea tne moo. Latest Particulars. After delivering Mr. Ray Tompkins into the care of Captaiu Williamson, of the 14th precinct, Detectives Stephenson aud Wildey returned last night to Quarantine, for fur ther operations. At daybreak this morn ing they took a force of twelve policemen, armed with the vclcauic repeating rifles, and sallied forth. They first proceeded to the stable of Matthew Carroll, near the lauding, and Of ficer Wildey took the proprietor into cus tody. Then tbey marched up the bill about a quarter of a mile to house of Charles S. De Forrest, a J ustice of the Peace, who bad been overheard by the detectives boast ing of bis achievements at the fires. The house was instantly surrounded, and the de tectives entered, roused Mr. De Forrest from bis slumbers, and raado him their pris oner, f bey next proceeded to the bouso of William Muller, near at hand, which tney surrounded io the same manner, aud found Mr. Muller also in bed. Mr. Mul ler's daughter at first denied that her father was at home, but tbat gentleman soon came out and was arrested. The affair was man aged with sdeb promptitude that there was no opportunity for an organized resistance, if any bad been contemplated. Tbe pris oners went along quietly, and expressed no fear ss to tho result; They were brought over to tbe city at eight o'clock, and taken before Justice Welsh, at the City Hall po lice couit. - . ' Mr. Ray Torripkins spent last night at the New York Hotel, in the custody of an officer, detailed by Captain Williamson for that puepose. Ha In not at all alarmed at cis arrest, which be bad anticipated, ai.d insists that bo -has done nothing beyond what' was authorised by the Caftloton Boa.d of Health.- -This ii the plea of ril tho pt itji.ra. s FOREIGN. Qii'vn ViC-tori eon'im I her prc-pp.'Ss in Ucttiiony. She was rrc: io 1 ertry'where with the moat extiavagaiit deanrstra'ionR of rcpect and good wilt: Vrcplu ationa were making for a Royal visit, to Lm-iIs on the return of '.he Queen from Germany. The Agninemnon has been on fire, but fortunately sustained little damage. There had been a collision between two excursion trains, on tho Oxford & Wolver hampton Railway involving dreadful con sequences. Several persons were killed aud a great many frightfully injured. Accounts of the harvest in Great Brttaia are very satisfactory. The late rains caus ed some delay in the gathcrin? of the crops but no permanent injury wb done. The treaty concluded with the Chinese does not confer on the allies the right cf having permanent diplomatic ogents at Pc kin, but their Consul General's resident at Tien, will bo admitted to direct intercourse to tbe Cabinet of tho Emperor. A telegram from St. Petersburgh says the Chinese empire is to be open to foreign ers, nud the left bank of the Amoor river is thenceforth to be the boundary between Persia and China. Ho.soits to Ex-Prksu'Sst Pierce. Tho Press, speaking of cx-President Pierce's tour in Europe, says; "All aloug the route, from Lisbon to Marseilles, he has been the recipieut of dis tinguished consideration from public officers imd private cilizcus. At Gibraltar the ee uior officer in command of the British na val forces at that point extended marked courtesies, and urged the ex-President and Mrs. Tierce to take passage for Tongiers iu'ono of her Majesty's public armed ves sels. At Marseilles the French authori ties, beaded by the Prefect and the milita ry commauder, were especially attentive and zealous io act of hospitality."" A Lauoiiaels Navt. -Mr. Secretnry Too ccy must be a very agreeable man. During bis recent tour of visitation lo the navy yards, be was not only irresistably funny himself, but wuu tho occasion of great tun in others. His iuuo cent joko at Brooklyn about tho economy of making ropes there, where tbe oakum is mude, was as good or better than if tbe joke had been Intcutional. And it is said tbat be whs very much amused in bearing the story of tbe Sabiue, which, though one of the oldest vessels iu the navy, has never been put to. sea. She was put on the stocks iu 1819, was over thirty vears in building, and uiue more io being tilted lor sea, and now she is out of date and not worth launch ing. This is a flint class practical joko. ' No wonder secretary Toucey shook his comfortable sides in tho coutemplutioo of jt. Then the joke was repeated with variations at tbe Other na-ty' yards, and by the time Mr. Toucey bus comple ted bis tour of observation he must grown ex ceedingly jolly. The Alabama, seventy four, was ou thu stocks at Portsmouth twenty years ago, and she is there still. Tbe New Orleans, unfinished aud rooted in, has been a show at Hackctts' Harbor these forty years. Tbe New York, at Norfolk, Is hardly nearer completion than she was in 1837. The Vermont aud Vir ginia bave been stauding on the stocks in CharlestowD navy yard while a whole genera tion of cotemporary ships have beuu built, us'.d and grown rotten. And these have partly rot ted on tbe stocks, and tbe old timbers have been replaced. Aud to make tbo joke more perfect, they are now of no earthly use. Their model has growu antiquated; tbey ore- a slow, nuwiold ly craft, and tbe navy Would be weaker with than witbont them. The efficiency of the navy lies in the clipper-modeled, fast-sniliug war Steamers, such as our ship carpenters build for other natiotis. These old pensioners on the stocks, as a matter of economy, had better bo selfiro to and burnt on tbe spot. Perhaps this occurred to the secretary, aud be was laughing to thiuk what a fpleodid blaze of glory could be got out of the useless things in that wuy. - ' All this is very amasing as showing the strange and comical way in which our naval o flairs are managed. . To get tbe highest possible enjoy ment out of tbe thing, we would suggest to the laughing secretary that he set his clerks at wotk to hunt up tbe statistics of these old hulks. Let os have their original cost; let us hae tbo amounts paid lo the successive contractors du ring the half century while they were In process of building; tbe items annually ret down lor re. pairs; the cost of tho roofs that protect them from tbe weather, and the salaries of tho meu tlmt keep watch over them duy aud night A very pretty little comic romance might oe made ont of the affair. It could bo issuod in yellow covers, and illustrnted with pictures, with a title something like " The Leviathans of the Uuited States Navy or Millions for Fun, bOt uot a cent for use. The book would sell indeed the post masters might be politely and forcibly re quested to circtrfatp it ut their own expense and tbe proceeds could be devoted to tbe pur chase of a small steamer, capable of service in the Gulf if another Britibb Styx should hereafter presume to annoy our commercial murine. It would be a good thing for you ha! ha! Mr. Springfield Rep. SUMMARY. wholly of English manufacture. A good many miles of the outside steel wire wero inude at Providence, B. I., and no portion oi the. Amer ican wire purled during tbe cxpt-rimciits with tbe cable. Its superiority to the English wire is acknowledged by tho telegraph company. jfr Tbe Milwaukie Wisconsin gives the par ticulars of a swimming race io tbe river, at which fifteen competitors entered the water. The race was a mile. Five dropped off after a short swim, but ten held on tbe mile, and tbe race was won iu 27 miBates. 9 It has been found impracticable to lay a submarine cable to Martha's Vineyard that will remain. Cables have been twice laid, but the seaweed collects aronnd them in a short time in imansc masses, and tbe strong current sweeps thera away. 3r Leaves are superior to hops for making yeast" Tbe bread made from it is quite as light and equally well flavored. We understand that tho yeast is made in the same way, excopt that dried peach leaves are used instead of hops. It is stated that Mons-Reviere is making arrangements with Lnla Montez to give a series of lectures on morals and fishinns early in the ensuing fall. The Captain is said to be stsying temporarily with Lola at bur cottage out at Yorkville, uear New York. 3& Mr.Geortre Combe, the well known au thor of Phrenological and other works died in Scotland, a few days since. He hnd Inns: been in feeble health. As a philosophical writer. rather than as a. Phrenologist, be attained a high repntation. John Mitcholl, io his Southern Citizen, calls tho Atlantio cable the "thrice accursed telegraph," and says "to ns the most exhilarating circumstance connooted with the great event of the age is, tbat It can be easily ruined." - Soule, at Washington, denounces the course of the administration towards Donetas with contempt, and gays the extreme southern party hu destroyed itself by blundering about Kanscs and oeglectiog Central America. $-Sr Tbe directors have publicly advertised the Great Eastern (Leviathan) for sale, but bave not yet offered her by auction, according to tho terms of a resolution passud at tho Into meet ing. fjp-The Chinese Sup sr Cane promises to be a fine crop, in Illinois, this year. Sucar mills on a larire souls will be erected for ctuUnog tho plant aud teavectbg the juice. PV Amonj the host of tbo moticot ut N. Y. whs the foiloing: "Tbe-path of Frai'klin led to a Field of enterprise." SUMMARY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TyTOTiCr phen 1 Selby.of i;ntonl Al In ti ec-.e-r t m(t.-nml StnU nf Hit. -.(. Ii no!!- P-itMi't .-ftilil. A -.,l--. tlrion Vhd-ijr f.f 9ri.lwUT, A. O. 1-.1S.. ki.f lior jh 1t!l"n la t, ( )!!-.- of lh Citthf tn" Court f Common t k., uMn and lor t:.f '.. o.uily af AfihuhulA ftiid Hint of on-", riiarKliir th m lieu F. Ff.br ftv i(ifct of duty und iimM eiuriij lowniih th mid Mrmh A. b'.'I'V, iJ .-ihk tint l.c nmy t rii.orccd f.-wn tli Mill Blpeun t.Sfllv. i--l lor nkii.l..io uiin.lwi tMrh poltUou Will Und for lifntlii(tt;ilie not turn of uld Court. I)to.Hlilii 70j dajr ot Srpwintxir. 1HM. " ' sah.ah a. fra'iv, Vy Prrm.i Knr.r, hfr Alt'ru. NOTICE. The State of Ohio, Ashtnbu 1 CounT, tn. John C. Oruhi. .-ito of ) - - Slioerl C !, Tl if, ( In th Court of Common Plfni . ..... V.'. I of AihuiuA Couutr, Obto AM UattU-B, of tho SUIt of New Vorlt. will toko not!e that John C. OrrnnU, Krmttnr nf Kunnot C. Iww. d?r-.od, did On tn Jr of spt.-rtil'rr, A It. ii, ,ia ,ii:.,u In tj, Court of Common Pli within nd lor Un Count or Anhtalnri and In aald Statn of OMo, ac-iin-t mid Am. Matnon. anttlua; mi... ...a. mM.M o-n run now io wo mud fftni- uIC. lira, In lita llw tun fur f In; . Uo that aald Ana SKt. tlM mi lu'lvbtrd to tli mid Jo on acmnt f,SO, and that tho pain ha nut bon tmirl: the fold nlalnll'l acri o-routor aka liKlrr.ont ,liiiit aald drfrndauO lor t2M 8-!l)D with liltrt fi.inl SoptcmUr nth, mS. KMd Am JlMttc t re quired to a;i -oar and nmwor Mid rttilun oa orboloK th 8d .iuiu.t aiicr too lliuuaj ot Ur-lolx-r unit. Klil.RMAN FAnMErt, ..,.. . . Attointja lor rUiuillT. )'n.--n gepiomoor Mh, lRi'r. 45,5 THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Tho ucc.ifjl Inline of tho tram-Atlantic Tohv-mohlo Ca M murk a now Iu tii hi lory of liuinan JliirrrM llcnmforth, tnropo. Wc'tern Ala and Northnrn i.ir. ii. within nu hour'a dUtnnco front our nhore, and tho hnttlo wuicu aiiciae me imc oi oi a Kin,aHO, inc r.itura of a Vln na orClbraltrr, tho fall of dynanlr. thn tilunu h of au.uir ntlon, tbe birth of an hrlr lo rnvaltf, u. donth of a Mchulan or Wnllinitnn, lu any country wuicli totiehan Urn Mediterra nean, the Engine?, the Black Sen or the Oo. mui Ocean, will b ptibliahed la New York the neat morninp. If not ou tbe rery dT or IU oecunenwi. lu a moment, it were, wn har liceu thrown into tho linnicdlal Intellectual ncinhboihood of the whole cMlled and a lr(ro porilon of thn frml.barbaToua world. Tho rlo and full ot "locks tn London or Fatij will henceforth he roiirtod from day to dav in the Journal of our eaboard eltlee. The 'joldeat operitoi'a iu Wall etrert will r. fuse to buy or ee'.l nntll ther hare read thn quotation of that day biiueaa on the Royal Echan(re nod at the lloore e. whom tranaactiona will bae oioeed an hour or to btforn mini can be gin. A rvinlutlon In I'nrl, an Important ot in I'nrManiHit, an Insurrection In Italy, n Urn in iT'ondoiuii oi.lo, wiil be di etied around the t-rrr.krr.nl table of New Voik a frw hour after iu oecurreneo. A nilghtr tbnufrh alien! transformation tn the condition ofhoumn existence line just been (Hected by by the little wlr etretehlns: cro Ui ocean's bed from the coast of Ireland to that uf Ertilih America, and one Inevitable result of this must bean unexampled community of feeling and intereat among- the nation of Christendom, aud a consequent dosi e for a more Intimate acquaint nocwilh eneli other's do. Iur through the medium of t ho Ktwapitfer frrsi. It items bard y jsrible that thousand Fbould not henceforth mirular ly read their own Journal, who ham hitherto been contcut with nn occasional glance at those taken by Uielr neighbors; while many w bn hni-e liithertn been rien content with a Week ly tne will now require a lemi-Weekly or I tally. In short, lutelllRenee. alwavi a vital element ofsrnwth in wisdom, sue cesa In business, or enjoyment in life, lian cow become Indis pensable to all. Tar. New Yor.K TtttmiKit, now morw than nerenteen year old, which wn the first Journal In .he world tint appeared rROlarly on an imperial aiebt-pae sheet at im low a rrlce n two oetit, and which has attained tbe u.. paralleled nnreimte of morn than 200,000 ubciiotlons, rpetfully aniieits lis share nf the new patronage which the Metropolitan Tree Is heneefbrfh constrained, at hea.-v waeklw enat n rlH.i. it ak aapeclall.r the (vitron(r and ctl furor ot RitrvBT icasn of those who hat nil form of oppression, and deniro that ry rational brine; hll be free to employ his faculties in uch tnnn-ent niannora b shall dm he. I t,f thm.l,An.iM eatend Liberty and limit Slav.ry-but It further appeal lke wim to all who ln,i and labor for thn return of National ih'Hft, plenty. pronHt. thrt.oaH, the protection of American lndn. try by wisely dlftrtmlnatln- duties on Imports- all who faror .-.ai.o.iai rruvrres inrniiRn lnrernai oevelopment and msllorn lion rather than by entemnl seri-emion and ton.loo . who would rather hare the National rei ources deroti-d to the tgminiciinn or a naurnaa no the fsemc than to the porch. e or conquest of Mexico, Nltamima or Cnba all who wonl.1 re trenrh rniilcallr our present inordinate Federal roHii.i.. by aho isl inr or immensely redncln the Army and N'avy, ard ....u.i.a .01- m.iw iiiiLFnu on worse m nentneence whtcb will endnre to blea our ehildreu all who profound'y ivalirc that "Itls-hteousners e-altetb a nation," and that no real ad vantage can ever accrue to any re-eon or community f'Om ao. otilsiilona or sueo achieved by mean which contra vene the lawn of F.tmt Kiuht Tb free altnt-rnnt of ilnnu-u portion nf tlie Pub'le Lnnrls to Aetual ett!era there. on, and every hnpeftil p'n ir tenr'ed tnimlrih the nm of tiumnn misery irnm oeartn ot employment or irndrnuato reo- omoense every ertieme eepeeislly that eeks tn bln the i fort.mat by enbllii(r and tenchlne; them to help themsoivni mut command our rarnest svirrpathy and co-ororntlon. Within. thft.rrnt venr. the TlBrw ha provided Iteelf wnn n new ano imijt r-esn at a eot of 3n.0n(l, merely that some of onr nhee'ihers mav receive thetr panern a mall earlier man rner orwonn mlcht do. with enrrefmnndriita at the mt important points thrnnehnut be eivt'lnut o,l,t . staff of writers chosen fmm amoe- th best In tbe country we believe that rcn those who dislike Mm politic of onr sheet concede to It franknes I-nvcwin its conviction and nM'ity tn mnintalnrnp therm We npffnl. then, tn those who believe that nn nc-ed circulation of thn Twmrtrc wonM conduce to the Political. ol!ectnl end moral wetlheinr of th Rennl.ic to aid n in arTee-ine- och lrercsc, Aa wc employ nn travel inr olicttorw of mhevrlpllov, we as our present patrona In everr loca'itv o imcak lo t'-ele nelirhhor anri f-U i. behalf: we shall 'adlv reccl-e fitim any friend 'Ms nt those of wnn wonio receive ana read a neetroen enprof oni rtf oureTi. tion. and h!l he partlenlsity c'S'e'ul to those who puj send u- ..iv... iien,.-. i-um poe. orrce at woien we nare now no sub. C'tier. Whnte-.-er nrtdllion msv thn he nj! to o latlon shall he oa'rareVd bv Increased eTorts-pd exnendltnt-ca M mal e onr issue mord t alunult and useful than tliey lia Tnn Tninrxi I printed on a Itrce tmperiil sheet, folded in quarto form, and roailid to ,nVeiliem ou tin foUowioe . Daily TaincsE, rer annum , . , J6 . SKUi-nrrvKiT TrnPM. -- - On copy, on year. . . .f-S I 1-ive crtle, one veer. . .fit f.S Two copies, ' . . . . A Tn copic. to ati addrm, 20 ' WEEkiY Thrnrrr. One copy, one year $2 I Five coptc. one rear. . . f Tine conies, one year. . . A Ten cories, one Vcar. . .12 Twenty cm ies, to out tuldrcti, nt the rat of 1 pr annium 20 Twenty onpira. to mdilrta of tmrk nihsrrihcr. and anj larcer nnielr at the r-tcof SO each I Any pe-oo scvtloq a a Club of twout r or more will be on ti tled to nn extra copy. . Pub-crintlnn- mar commence at nv Urne. Term alwavi ouali In ndinno. All letter to h- add'e.srri ti hobace crtFEt.r.v ft ro, Tribune noiMinar, New Yom, Kopt. 1858 ISA Nasau-t Now ToiV. The Contata of Sslher the Beautiful Queen. TIIE ASHTABULA MUSICAL UN- -1. ION", would most respectfully announce tbe performance Conluta of "Esther the Beautiful Quern," uuier tbe diicctiou of Prof. Win. C. Webster, of. Buffalo, on Monday Eveulnc thn lAtb lust, at tha Frcnbytarlan CbureLi nt half paat 7 o'clock. Card of adnithflfln IS eents, may be hart at the Book 6torea oi Aiosura tnapniau aua uick, at tbe 1 lk and Ashtabula House , and at tins Jdnor nu 1L evt ohig of lii Concert. For frirtber parttculara, nee nmall bllla. Ashtabula, Sept. It, )tsb. 45 G RAPES t GRAPES 1 For Sale 2000 Cataba and Isabella Or&uo iocn. rcmarkablv hcalthv mum .ijuiuur, . iw iumu.h' tiAxm I 2 years old 110 per hundred. 1 year old 8 per hundred. Vineyarka put oat on lavorabto tenon. E. F. EX3IOJT. Madiion, Lake County, Q. Sept. 1, 1H.-3. t(( ASHTABULA UNION SCHOOL. Principal and Suptnntndaxt. REV. C. E. BRUCE, A. B. nigh School, - . . . Enr. C.E.Brcci, Omnimai Scbool, ' 111m S. L. PaiKE. Iotermedlatn, . . ... Hum Elira Foi. Secoud hitorrne-Uata, . Uli Lydia L. Wiu-T. rrlruary, " " , " " W. Jl. Iiaxiooo. The School la Fr to an uerFosa of a suitable ace rektdln within the borough limit, aud the M Diatrict at-tachod tiifto lon-cnool purpofie. Forty wcekf couelitute a J'ear. Torus for puplln from abroad will b. . For Frlm&ry per annum, - . - f 8.00 F or Intermediate ... ... HI.OO For Grammar . - . - - . l'.OO For Hirh tx-hool .... . 16,00 And pro n.! for each terra. Tuitiou payable tn advance. AU appiicationa for aduiualon to bn mad to the Gupcrui teu'tant. The rlummcr Tenn will comenoa April IS. 18S8. The Fall Term September , nun tne yvtuter lenn, Jnmury 8, msv. lug of term. o pupil out of the villnfre wiil be received for a lean period tbnn one term, awu no aciucttoua lor absnooe ex oept to casjee of kiirkneee or re --oval. ejo XTOTICK. The tiunlitit'd electors of the X. lucorporaled Village or Ashtabula, and the territory thereto attached for school purpose, arc hereby notified to meut at Firemen's Hall, lu aaid vlilaco, on Saturday, the 1Kb diy of .September, at 7( o'clock, 1'. M, to then and there rou upon a proposition to purcbae the Ahtabula ACadco.r, and thn land upon which tt r-tiods. for lb nae of tlx Pub't Schools of said vl,.t, aud also to consider lb qucslicio of substituting a new auaauttaoie outiaiog in piaon of toon oc cupiad by ihn aruuary and interaaediatn departueuta, ii. r a 1 1 i A. F. Hl'UHARD H. I. H'lltmstt.V. . 1 Board Education, - j.r. vr.Mr.ri iiai.u . bTEPHEN HALL JOUtf 4. PRENTICE. I DOCKET KNIVES Tho large, ond Vmm HnWUUVltl, Ml D3 JIIUDQ .T Q- 3 John I FARMER, Administrator of i Held, Iltccaatsd, Pl'd, Yn i in mo i-ours or vaito Jaaper R. Hathaway. I Ph-an of Aabta- tlary E. Ilatlwway. k f bula Couuty, Ohio. John Uathaway, Oel't. J - Jasroer It. fTathaway, end Mary F. latbaway, of IVeillield, New York, will take uotr, that J Q. r AKM til. Administra tor of Juha Iteid, oeoeacd, did on the ttrat d-.y of bi-ptemher, A O inos, ble hi pelii.i.n In tlio Court of Common fi. , within and for tlie t ouuty of Asht-thula, and In the btaU) of Ohio, aitns Jair' I. Hathaway, Mary. . Hithaway, and John h..thi.ieay. d- ft iioenu .praying fur Jild.l,ll,t against J. K liathaw), t .r I'M Ho-llx) aud inu-ri.t, and lor tha aale of a hiiuse and lot in the borneph of Connoaiit, in nuid iuisq, ty, si'iHriK"! to aaid plaliitllf, liy wild Jaener K. Huihaway, aud I'i.j- It HU..iiiv, u-iO"rn Jii laywtnt of said oiii ot ii.iwv , and tlie saiil J ient It. llalh..WAy, aud M.jy F ItatLAwny. at n)uie.-d tn answer aaid ti'iou, on- or before Ue Hu d Hatnrdiiy aiir the tint da of ftotcts net. lititat AukuH aUt, Si8. . ' J. Q. f AhMF.lt, It ,4 Anojiai&traU ot Jyhu ile.'L, eeeeas, WHEAT U AMU) 1 rpni! sm;.ciur.f.us r In wi.li-h Hi.' h, .!. mu,! rill !BiHtt Ci want of 5it!nil, for 'I" Oil 1 (ft i?.h A-M'-pn',, Aiif-..i li.umuN a ekrioo. f 4. I'-l Gnat Barfrnins nt Ashtabula ! Carriages 1 c , , Carriage 1 jO-EO- HALL will ot li nt frrcatty redno- V M prlce inns mi I.arrl-ees. All warrant' d. Tb Manufacturer arc bard up and Aer tk Mont. Nn opportunity ws ever ol.ied f"r g.-Unie t in:iKr, , ). tbis plar. Cull men If yon want A Isi-g.ln, ( arrlsgst wU 1 be solit fiora 20 10 ft1 doiiarn lean than tba usu-1 pu. tttr.ii. tt it r Ain, A Splendid Ktoek of Pianos, Melodaon end Unitary r sal, to suit the hard time. Csll and see. ' for sal Anhtubnla, Aug;. In.'. 4(.( urn. riAi i,. G OLU PENS The left in murki t, at sifrii? TO THE CRH1MTORS t.f Jons 1)avi3. 1 iteceased On the '4th stay or' June, A D 1V, the Trw. la e Court of Ashta'.Mila Coimtr, d.rlareil Ihe F.rt..te of .toiin llavia, deeensed, 1.3 be prohal-ty ItiMilveiit. cuilllors ai there foie roqulrrd to present tlieir cliilins npainrt tb Erlstc to the underripned for allowance, wilUIn six monlh from th tin i iIkiii PicutlotM it, or they will not be entlticil t.f- pav n:nt Ahshtnbula, June 71th, ISiiS, C. C. Dllttll.E, Aiiro'r. "I3EA HODY, A 1IAUT IIOIS STRAW. i- r.LKftV rt.ANTS ror sale on the Fair ground during the County ftlrbvANsni. llifl, I,. Also at all times, at tho residence of B. WeOO, and A. CPP-I l.,onc mile north ol Jelt'ersoo on the plank rn.d. NOTICE. To nil cuiictriiedthesiib norlber want to selt'.e np with ' Everybody, No Ercrytwui, And It will be for tho interest of those, that are lndehtcd to ht-n to call ocn, as delay will mal e coet. ily patience can not hold out much lo.,K,r. So call without ttc'la;. Ashtabula, July Md, N- rnll '-ir W I ItA V lilu l K X r JLiANTS for -sale KJ The Subscriber hut fin sale a few thousand stia-rberrr plant or the following rjaloUta i ' Hovcy's Seedling', Burr's new pine, Larpe early scarlet. Tliese are Uircn bttt varietlc In cultlvntlon aod an warrant ed to U true to mime. Wiawbenies msy be tetany time rrftm tlie llrsl of A.iut to tlio middle of .Sit. , Price per hundied few, nriuaoiiia, juiy vum, l;?. 111. F.M'lHV l.l't'K. MANY TEETH FE SAin TO HE EXTCACTF.n wmint T Pirv t.. tbe ore of Galvanism. : DIt. MCI NE, I'.nlUt of A.litifyuTa Ii.s received a flint Oslvanre tiirrument from Ncn- York, a:.J U Doit prt,,arrd to offer his patients all thv Iwnelit aii-ine; from thin Invention. aurlm. them thut It Is porfeelU-safe, and fiee frnn) those weakenlns; e fccU uually f jllowiug the adminUtciing of ether and chloioimiu. Tho mode of aoplleathn. h shnp.'y to par ,he polranlr cur. rout through the tooth, and while it in hi a benumbed stats, the tooth is extracted. In rejmrd to tho above process, it rosy be well to state, thai U-.n f ranklin Instltut of t'hiladelpbls, apointed n eo.ninitte to hivetlga1e it claim, and fiom Iknr report the fcllor'tiit extracts w.-m taken. , "One hnndred and lv!y-fur teelh were CYtracted In the pre nnc of the con ni'.u., 'The comuilttte 1 stifled Irom the ohrervatlon and expe rience of Its tncniter, tliat hi lnrK-e rn vjoilty of esses ol ex traction with thU apparatus, No Palu Whatever U tnlt by th patient." , . N It. Pemon w Ishtng the pmfcvional' services of th nm. dersip n.1, are requested to call before the first ot Octobdr, a after that he expects to be abrcut for tome time. I M'CCN. Ashtabula, Angust IS, 16S. Hi MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Sale, of Real Estate, Ashtabula Common Plcas Juuo Term. l'8S8.- Frederick Klmmnn, . 1 v. V Order of Sal Stephen T. Newell, etal BY VIRTUE ofniiordr of sale, duly Issued from as 11 Court In the abcrr case to roe dlieetxtj I will oirer for sal by way of pnblib aucttbti at tbe door ot th Court Hous in JeJerfon, Ashtabula countr. Ol io, on Hon day, tb oth day of epteoilwe, A. D. IPoWlavtiveea llie hour of 10 and four o'clock of said die, the folloniiiir descibed Meal Estate, te wit t t-ltuat in th tnwnrbip of Asbubula, iu tbe Couuty of Aulik.bula, and State of Ohio, and beini; a part of a1 No. a, ao called which ft bounded as follow ! North by land owned by K lwln Harmon, E it by the top of the hank, em thn tVrat side of Ashtahuln cieek. West by th Turnpike Road, and South by n Itn parnilel to tbe NoiU line, and Ave rod distant therefrom. Appraise'! at t -K 00, $2.1 M Wt. IltNMtV, July 30, 1S5. Martcr Cenuiilrclniief MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Sale of Real Estate, Ashtabula - Common Pleas, June Term, 1808. Stephen & Fitch ) , '"'. vn. J Order of Fate of -cn reared BJeduthaoCole.EtA!) preiniaa. V-VIRTUE f nn order of suit!, dnr ly lasncd fiom said Court lb the abovn case to rr tli rccted. I will olTnr for nal by waj- of public auction t th door of tho Court house in Jefjersoo. Ashtabuin eonntv, i.Ll-i, on Mondiy,-th f;trr thy of Mnptomncr, A- It. 1'iH, betwi-nt Uie bnurt of in and four o'clock of said dnv, the o'lnwlna defoiild" Ileal F.sutcf to wilt fetutc m "the towualilp of HarpcraCe'd. county m Ashtj-bola, and Stat of Ohio, kud U kuown an being part of Lot. No. It, in aatd fl u-istleld. It beliiR the V e.-t balf of said l ot, No. An except what lief fid 'th of the r.oad. ronuing ncro-s the South cud th.-reof, aod bonndod a follows, to wits North on lt No. 48i Houtn on tb center of thn oad f.ait on tbe East half of al t lt 'o. Sir, and Wert on Lot No. M, c-jntiiipx forty-flvn acre of Laudj, be the nine norc o.- let tmpn.ied at $18,00 per ar. ttii. HEMiRV, July SCtli, ISO'. J,T8 t'.O' Master Commln-loner SHERIFF'S SALE of Real Estate, As- tabula Common Pleas, Maich Term, '53 baai'l Humb Ajuiev.cc of t,. illV.t u io. v. L. G. Jobnxcm. Al Fi Fa. BY VIRTUE of a writ of Aliit Fieri Facia; duly tvuect fiom sMd Ceuii In th" above r.ie, to mc dticct.U, I will oiler lor aale by way of public auction at the door ot the Court here iu J.-flersun, Ashtabula countv. Ohio, on Monday, the liM day nf August A. 1. 16, halwee'ii tbe hours of 10 and four o'clock of sa I.I dav, tbe followtn desciibed Real t.tata, to win SltuaU lu the tiwn.hip of Oeneva, in the county of Aslit-vbula, and tbe Ktate of Obro. ... nm. oi eegimn an. 4, m tald tOWOalllp, b. gtnniug about ten rod East of tU rK.uth-E.st onn'nr at Gvorpe Rote' laud, niuning thence South lo the ceuter of the North JtidKC Head, thru.- IVutaionR tbe ceuter of W i'.u .u .ne r. is i iiuc oi n-iinion Seymour' Land, thcnen North on aaid .Seymour's laud to thn South Hue of the nald George Rose' land, tiienco eaet In the place ol bvgienins, con taining tnirty and one ha f, acroe of land, beitig th same laud heretofore dewlcd by Amuvn Smith, to l ed ft. John ton, savior; and Ro-emiig thereror one aud on fouilh (l.V) ncrr of laud, situate on the said Norta Rl-lpe. pear tha cen ter of the abov, dci,c.rd tract, deeded to LewU A. Oayloitl, with Vu appurteuaucca. Ajtiraucd at Jefferson, Juty J21, 1 SA, WM. HENDRY. Sheriff. 4,00 41 MASTER COMMISSIONERS S.ilo of Real Entaie, Ashtabala Common Pleas Juno Term, 18-i8.- ' Eatcutor of T. C. atevcrx, ' . Order of 3:. - Augu.tu Birthoforot. at al J " BV VIRTUE of an ordc- of sale, duly l-sue from aaid Court in to nbov cae, to me directed! I Mil Oifor for aln by way of publia auction at the dnorof thn Court House In Jeir.tron, AshUbutn County, Ohio, on llou diy tbe 6tb day of September, A. D. 13. between tbe honr of 10 nnd four o'c ick of sold dav, thn following de crtbr4 Real Estate, to wit: Ht.mtc in tbe township of Cener. Couuty of Aalit-ib ila, and Stat of Ohio, and ia bounded and descrllied ot follows, to wit : Known a being in lot No. I In great lot No 2, In i.ld TuwnsMp, co.nin. uting at the B.aitJ vVet corner nf a lot of land owned by Km. Tuttle, and ar ticled to I. French, runriug North nun hundred and sixty, four feet, (1H fevr.) tlmnee Weat on hu.ulr-d nnd twenty flve fo-'t, 1 125 feet,) to land owned by J. J. Edeon, tbenr South to the Iti'Ve Road, ono hundred' aud ninety feet, (190' feet,) thence Eat Vi feet to. the place of beginning, npon which lot ia a tavern hoiuc and bars . Appraised al tlOOO 00 - WM. HENDRY, July 31. ISfjS. 13,00 niiO r-iceial Master Commiaslonnr Atwater's Premium 4t1 K & Sewing Machines Putent'd JP L U HAY Alb, 186S. It ubcritor having purchsd the right to tbt township In the above ilachii a. take this method to let tbo.e wM.ing to purcluite know, where they can get tb best family Jlachli now tu use, nnd would y that he will deliver, put np, nud warrant every Machine he sell to bo perfect in nil 1' part, aud a there ha recently be. oa or two improvement ujd in ILia Hachine, w bun.i it now itnuj wiUiout a rtiaL uud t Just whnl every family need. KasawaidvdtlFtrtP.n,laet tbe N. Y. State Fair, held nt UuUalo, net. 9th, lttiT, fur it Simplicity, Durabilitv Capacity, and Practical L'tillty. " hiugei, ai d Wbvnitr e Wilson' high priced Machine wore in com) etition. The above Marb'ne can be en and U-ted at the retldenoa of the nibcribr, where he will be happy to wait on aov whet may favor him with a cr). Extra Needlea kept oa baud for tbe accommodation of tboo wlio ny.y i,eod. Iltidenoe on treet. near the Eiriscnnal Church. P. E. HALL. Asbtslmla, Aug. IMtb, IA. OTICE. . Gillu rt J. MtTbhan, of ripringtiold, in tbn Couuty of Erin, and Htata of Poud sylvanl ., i uc-liavd that Iieilna A. M rsl.an, .lid on th Mb day ol August, A. 1. 1"H, hie bur iwtlilon in thn olHo of thn Clerk ot the Court uf Ooinjoa Plus, wltbiu and for tha County of Aabubula, aud otatn of tiuio, charging the said (iilue.-i J. Meraluui with IrauJulcut nuvrnage n4.Uaut, 4trvm cruelty, and groa ueltct uf duty, uid Aklijg that sh itiay bn divorced from stria Uiibert J. Viaeshan, sud for nllmouy, which pettUon will stand for bearing at the neat term of loitra Tjatcd U.U loth day uf Auguet, A. O. leg. UEIJmsA A- WERailAV, by C1IA3 Hhcmiau it l arpier, bor Att'yn. OR. CULVJGRWELIs O X MANII0OD.A niodical rwsy ot a tutu, tsnaui ana raaua.it oar 5sewnKorrAoM., aj, so m oy saicrao. nsatuCNU, 4(r- l.aiM, or oay mtchamaU oyjaaca. Jdst PoniiiiHcD, thu A'.h adiUon, in a (oaled cnvtilopa, g-etle - and waik to auy ad-ires. bot-paid, ou recvipt ol uu.ua. Tbl little work, emanating from aorlehrated meml-jr ofth ttit-diial pi-ofe.eioo, gives the mo.-t hnjvortnnt iut.rmali-in ver pubil-Ld to alt parsou etitertaiuitig doubt ot tbelr physical, condition, or who v coueetous of having hafaJdrd tlieix bealth and happlne . coutainilig the particular of an eu tiiely new mut pe llet niuvUy lui r),ruisurrhu or s-eu trial Vt eakueie, KLillty. N- ri,,,.-, lii.uu of opiil', la I KlKrgr, eeiudc, 1 liudl'. lu-.t.lul.ta 8.'ii4ual Ittsoaurg. , huiui.ed Hi ki I and Memo y, MloU-htai ai.4 H.ni-ia) on ti la.-e, lile Iudiu'estion, P..lni'. "Un of the Heart, and llodlly l'eolratin of the ll eyeUoo, !i.4uaii. imiowucy aud neulal and physieal liiciicllyt by liie.ns of which every ou nv cure l,:iii..vll pilvalv'y, "'d a' t I' Utiat tna. "if" A1 li Or. ( a. J. O KLINE, Ul A.au, tor lilih l !, Now Yolk; I l t;a, NO. jJ- Sail- 1 CRAIN CRADLES. Grape Vino anil I fil l YfiR.VlN t'lt.tlXI.S for aale -y t J,lly, '6. tsf. C. UfEIAPr.