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Counsel to the Young.
bT tntli'S. If a i.. i tlis wr h twriitv t'um,. twen ty tiirvrs lie w' l tiln. Mnk P your mind to do a tiling, tnd yon wiil do it, l'er not if tronhle coiups upon yon; Ire pup your RjiiilU though the day may bu a dark cue I .' . .'.) " TrotiU l"t "ctpis ' The dnrkest dny will ps nwy." tf t,.o nen is p'.ing down; look tip to the Htnri; if Uie fnrth is dark, kot-p your eye rj hrrn, V'ith God, prewmw nnd God' tiromise, a roan or child may be cheerful " Never ileapair when fog' in tlie air, A loushiny morning will coine altbout wnrniiifr! Mind what yon rnn after I NeTcr be ontcnt with ft Ubblo that will bunt; or nrewood that will end in smoke and dark boss. But that w hat yon can keep, and od which Is worth keeping. - Something itorTmg that will (tay, When gold and silver fly aw:iy 1 " FWit liard ncainst a linstif temper. An- per will come, lnt mist it strongly, spark may set a honse on fire.. A fit j-assion may give you ennsa to mourn he dnj of your life. Never revenge Injury. "He that revenpeth knows no rest; The ir.eek possets a peaceful breusL" A of oil fttl If yon haTC an enemy, act kindly to him nd make liim your rneun. ion may not win hirn OTcr at once, bnt try again. Let ene kindness bo followed by another, till ad hate Comrasecd tour end. Br little aod by little, great things are completed. t Water falling day by day, "Wears the hardest rock away." , JUncl eo repca'ed kindness ill soften a Heart of stone. 11 Whatever yoti do, da it willingly.' A toy that is whipped at school never learns his lesson well. A maa that is compelled fa work, cares not bow hadly it is perform ed, lie that pnlls off his coat cheerfully, trips op bis clothes in earnest, and sings while be works, is the man for mc A cheerful spirit gets on qnirk; A grumbler in the mud will stick t ?il thongMs are worse enemies than lions and tigers, for we can get ont of the way of wild beasts but bad thoughts win their way everywhere. Keep yonr head and hearts full of good thoughts, that bad ernes may not find room fta on your guard, and strive and pray, To drive all evil thoughts awsy." on. of Tut Loss, or Eam Prunr or Charac flr. Over the beauty of the plumb and the apricot, there grows a bcanty more e.v xnibite than the fruit itself a soft delicate Slbhb. that oterepread its blusbiug cheek. ow if you strike your hand over that, and it is once gone, it is gone forever, for it nev er grows- but once. Take the flower that Sangs-iB'flie morning impcarlcd with dew arrayed as no queenly woman ever was arrayed with jewels, unce snoKe it so tnat the beads roll off, and you may sprinkle water over it as carefully as you please, yet it can never Be mad'c again what it was wMcff the dfcw M Bilently upon it from hea tcu I On a frosty morning yon may sec the panes of glass covered with landscape mountains, lakes and trees, bending in a beautiful, fantastic picture Lay your hand upon the glass, and by the scratch of your Ingers, or by the warmth of yonr palm all tie delicate tracery will be oblitered I So theft is in yooth a beauty of character, which when once touched and defiled, can ever be restored; a fringe more delicate than frost work, and which, when torn or broken, will never bo re-cmbroidered. A nan who has spotted and spoiled his gar ments in youth, though be may seek to make them white again can never wholly do it, even were he to wash them with his tears. When a young man leaves Lis fath er's house, with the blessings of hia mo ther'! tears still wet npon bis forehead, if he once loses that early pnrity of char acter, it is a loss which he can never make whole again. Such is the conscqueuce of crime. Its effects cannot be eradicated; it can only be forgiven. It is a stain of blood which we can never make white, and which can be washed only in the blood of Christ that " cleanaeth from all sin-" ' Lotb or Animals. loudness lor ani mals is an innate principle in man. The child caresses the cat, the dog and the dow. The youth delights in the gambols rr the niir. the Iamb and the colt. The man takes pride in fat cattle and fast hor tes, and the lady does not consider a rural aVn ncrfect unless a group of cows ore srrazincr on the lawn. The absence of this nrineinle iu anT in maturer years, is the resnlt of false education and a perversion of natural taste. The love of animals Is jscntial to success in raising them, and fondness for them leads to a more careful atady of their habits and wants. Within the last twenty years a change " has c me over the more enterprising farmers of New England In the manner of caring for stock. Take tha horse, (or example: Once he fed all summer in a pasture, and lived all win fetr on hay In a cold and uncleanly barn. Now, most horses are kept op tha year rouud; are combed and blauketed regular ly; are fed and exercised carefully and kept ta warm, clean stable. The ox, if he is Bior than ordinary, has iu his youth the milk of two cows at his disposal, and in riper years a comfortable bed aud the best f bay, roots and meal. Men have found cot that these things pay, and therefore they practice them. 1 ut great as has been the Improvement taUait- boanoh. of farming, still greater is the necessity, If the number of animals is to keep pact with the increase of population. From the U. S census returns of 1850, we learn that the increase of entitle to supply total aa ksa IB per cent, and the in crease of population more than 85 per cent. Our beef eating propensities are increasing, and oar exporting propensities also. So wonder that provisions rule higher and LigUr wktta we bava these three thing to .,tM.d with. The raking of stock Is . of the most pleasant duties of agr culturs, aud them la little danger of over- Atf'nir It. A stocK farm is mom casny msuaged tbaa a grain farm. The most spirited rural sight wo ever witnessed was ft btsrd or lormy year gts- " ..nnt im.frinft a more imDOsiiiL' scene than the thousands of animals that rotuposej the flocks and herds of the anciouU. l'heir mode of lifs were such, that flesh and milk wart tbelx tliiit suUlstence. Beef must Uve bcn cheaper thau potatoes, or tho ould ufcver bava pulled up stakes so often. The doctor's fee In New Orleans for a yellow fever case U one bundred dollars, mors cr lets, kill or cn.-e. If taken in sea son tha doctor's attention Is not required afte; the fourth d ay. One two aud three thouiiimd dwUars fcek Is no uncommon amount i4 f5 fyf good ycllqw (ever pby-1 Sjii '.so. .... - Vai Skint Flrt g't a liM'T.l, mid wroml mimrtliinK t-J feed Cooked fcftjj U ninre profitaMo VCOod ilit-m ttinu raw. Ground tfniin is brt.rf than in- prouuJ. (Jorn ami rre mied is very good fenl l'otutoe give pork a goou navor. The antumn Is eiter tiine tn fttn than tlm winter. Confine tho nmfnuM In nnr- tw limits, give them a romrortniile, wvll littcrrtl pen, fed regularly as nmrh ns they will cori'nme, and after experimenting in this way tlirw r fonr riMwlha, the'il be pork In that style, there will. The way the Virginians niuke pork of tho; lnndshark breed, hoe ears grow close to the l.ps. is to confine 40 In a strong high yard, so small that they cannot turn around, give tliein a sprinkling of corn onco a dny for two weeks, then alanghltr and play hospitality t lie rest the vcar. is as ''If by GfuHt Cimtrk. Tha'grnpo has becti a subject of much conversation of late, es pecially among amateur. Th question is, what hardv grnpe can we rnltivate with a certainty of a crop ? And we do not won der at the question when wo find the Isa bulla and Catawba, which have been the leading ones cultivated, failing of ripening their cro, suffering also by mildews, and In many places becoming too tender for our winters. There are, however, a few favor able situations on the south or south-west side Of a building or screen, where they muv bo ripened with care, by training to a trellis, but we havo known them even there to be killed outright. We have in mind a friend who has given much attention to erowiuir ihe crone, and hns tried a number of hundred of these verities, by . giving them fou'hem and westerly exposures but has losi his vines by tho w inter, and been obliged to seek some other rnricties.i Wrhnt is wautcd is a good lal h grnpe, suiricieully hardy to withstand our severe and change able w iuters, and ripen iu crop before our early frosts overtake them, and last, tho' not least, is a prolific bearer. ' Hardiness is a very important requisite, and should not be lost sight of, as it is by many. Among the new seedling grapes, worthy of general cultivation, which havo been brought to notice of late', are the Hartford and Proli fic and Concord. The former is rather pre ferable, as it ripens some ten days or a fort night earlier, aud is a more prolific bearer, from which it derives its name. It ripens its crop, and is past before the early frosts make their appearance, and seems to be free from mildews. In flavor it is nearly equal to the Isabella; Many think them quite as good, and Cnnnot distinguish the differ ence. The size of the bunch and the shape of berry resemble the Isabella. The Con cord, with extra cultare, produces Jorge bnrchesard Lrrrks, of flsvor similar to the Isabella. The frnit committees of onr Agricultural and Horticultural Societies throughout JCew England, as well as at the North and West, have spoken in high terms of these varieties, and they arc rapid ly gainiug favor. They are also fine wine grupes, and we know of parties that nre setting them out in large quantities, for supplying the market with fruit and wine. The ernnc being one of the most delicious and wholesome of fruits, we trust the time is not far distant w hen we shall see a good supply of them in our market. a of Manv an unwise parent works Hard and lives sparingly all his life for the purpose of leaving enough to cite bis children a start in the world as it is called. Setting a youngr man afloat with money left him by his relatives is like tying bladders under the arm of -one who cannot swim; ten chances to one he will lose his bladders and go to the bottom Teach him to swim, and he will not need the .bladders. Give your children a sound education. See to it that his moral are pure, his mind cultivated, his wholo nature made subservient to the laws which govern man, and yon have given what will be of more, value thau the wealth of the Indies. Yon have given bim a start which no misfortnne can deprive him of. The earlier you teach him to depend npon his own resources and the blessing of Ood the better. Oditi'art Poetrt. Onr friends who have sent us poetical articles lately, accompany ing obituary notices, must excuse us for not publishing them, v e nave now in our ot- fice, all received wilhiu the lo6t two weeks, enough of this class ef poetry to fill three or four columns of our paper. Some of them are really pood, while many of them are execrable. While we should be glad to gratify all by publishing whatever they may send ns, when they have suffered. the loss of friends, they will see that it Is utter ly impossible for us to do so uow nor cau we make selections, publish a part, aud re fuse the others. W. It. Chronicle. It is a little singular that people never think that publishers of newspapers must do so necessarily for a living that their space is money. But on the other hand, tbeir actions would indicate that they think the publisher does so "tor the fun of it," or, for the special accommodation of the reader. Well, he does so not really for the latter, uor wholly for the opposite.- He does so, however, as before stated, for a livelihood, and at the same time to please and iuforui the general reader. If obitua ries extended by verse or by remarks iu prose,-could come under this head, they bhould be published gratuitously but since they do not, the friends of the deceased should pay for the Insertiou ; and that is a rule which the first law of nature, self pres j i Painesville Telegraph. It requires a little hardihood, to refuse admission to an obit nary notice coming from the hand ef bereaved friend, bnt we have found that It Is the . only course to pursue, and sometime since came to tha conclnsion that an obitaary notice, of more than A lines, unless of mora than ordinary Interest was' proper matter for charging the same as an advertisement. Ed. Tel. Stray Ravelings. . Once a gentleman,- gift of shaping a good many things out of orange peels, was displaying bU abilities at a din ner party before Theodore Hook and Mr. Thomas II ill, aud succecdod in counterfeit ing a pig, to the admiration of tho coinpa ay. Air. Hill triwl tha same feat, aud, af ter destroying and strewing the tablo with the pel f a dojon orange, gave it up with the exclamation t "Haug a pig I I can't muke one." ,Nay, II ill," exclaimud Hook, glancing at the table, "you L.vsdoue more; iustead of one pig you have made a litter " "Did von pnll my nosa In earuest, sir V' "Certainly 1 did, sir." "It is well yoa did sir, for I do not pot up with Jokes of : that kind" vT9 virtue trifei a man a degree of felicity to soma kiud. Honesty gives a man good report justice, estimation; prudence; respect -y courtly aud liberality, affectioio temperance girts, health; fortune a quel, nilod.. not t moved by advereity. Jl ecirjM tktcr who had been' fu sonjn t'lui j repairing a dwelling house wlmso mistress a reputed termng mt.. Listening to her she vented her w rath on her good natnr ed old man, the other day, tho "shavings" turned to a, bystander ami. seriously, said : I had' such a wifo as that, I'd 'point fnnersl KMnorYcr 't 1 wo o'clork and Jocks tho atrpta vou'd bt rffirfy. Adversity overcome is the brightest glo ry, and wilVmgty undortfoiir,' the grtxvtest virtue. Suffering are but tho trial v of gallant spirits. Mrs. Patrinirton. speaking of tho rapid mnniwr ir wliirh UecdnreP'TpM rated, said that it only took two trconds to fight a duel. When an Irish sri rl was asked a few d;iy giro, w here her mistress w as, who had gone td a water enre ostnblishin mf, sho replied that her ladvshlp had "gone to sonk." It hns been sntrirested that the tail of the comet is caused by the dust it kicks up travel ng. WHEELER &. WILSON Hewing JJ a e A i n e I Frloes noduoed. w Style M-Wn f tm Molilim, on ftaln T.I.I' 7 0 . HU CM TmiH' . . t .............. S OS Hilf Cw, M iliognnr "' Kl.ick Waliint,. . ft (X) a ' Full Cm, Mb..yny or Rlark W limit. .K 00 Kqll Kwwo4,.. .115 00 SomII Wtain, , 1 00 lr)t Miwliiof 100 I Hrmrnm. Irltra.1 S00 VERY Family now-n-dnys begins to frrt th Imttorlant of tli nrhln, but Bmnf mrr l Ia In fki-itlinit In tlif matter nftwlcctlnir, while rthr hare hastily purchased rnup, inie iniran aiarDiiie, wnitn tuey Sad la M Xrlr Mit In anMrer Hie eml dreiiml.. Thnp who hare had opporluttitira for a coaiparlpon of the merltn nl the diltarenl macliliiee In t. elllrdleOTrr which holtla the npeiluittj and "Trl'e Uie paim where juatiee aviota it dua. Wheeler J Wilton's Maehivt erery Intrlllrnt abeemr will aduill.iUnilt without a rlra Ita ad-autaK-a ara 1 Ita aiinplicity and. beauty of enmlnirlinn. , S Tho rxeeltenee and neatneM of Ita ttittli alrkt rm hnth aile, and Ita freedom fmm anything like raveling pr nine brouii cord on the undervhle. S Speedaeeurmer, aad reliability at any rata of apard. 4 Economy of thread. 5 l'ortabilitr eaeeof oratlon and maratrment. s QnirtneMi of motrment. T Keadj adapUlioo to every apeeira of family aewlng, gath- TMaiaa pnre and pimple narration of Ita qttalitiee. which will appear to etery oiK' on aotiftiiitanc8 With tdie tiiacliioe. Iti dViim and merlinum 1" aiich, a to ntke ita prewuce u aca,nihilion to anv one'a parlor. One of tliew machine may he aren In operation at tr.ereitrno therutiwriher. who ia autbried to aupplr anr dcmniHt ar them In thin ticinitr. - '! i.r.r.n. There ia but one .wewtnft aiacninc, ami tnai ir nuceierai Wilton p.- Jimh-.k Mkirk. or the AiuertcaM lustitute. Ahtahuly, Felmiary 1, 1S-'H. . 424 , ASHTABULA ,. , . , ; UNION SCHOOL. Primripml mmd Svpruitdmt. REV. C. E. BRUCE, A. B. High School, . ! . . Bar. C. R. Burrs, Grammar Scliool, - ... Iliae R. L. Paihi. Intermediate, - - .- Mle" Ei.kira Fox. Second Interuwdiate, ... Mia I.toi I. IVii.lt. Primarr, MUa W. M. KKi.i.ojn- The School la Free tn all pereoar of a anilaMe aire reaiiling within the Borough limit, mud tu " Xliatrkt attadu d theaeto Sr School purpoaaa. Forty wnka oouatituta year. . Terua for pupila from abroad will b. x ,-. - i For Prrmarr per annum, ..... f S.00 For Intermediata " ... jn.oo ForOrammar ....... la.oo For High School .... . 10,00 And pro rata for each term. Tuition payable in advance. All apitlkaliona fur adaiUaioa to be mad to Hie Sapeno tendant. ' Tha Hummer Term will eomenee April t, ISftS. i Th Fall term September , and the inter Term, January a, 1KS9. It la highly deairabJe that all nuiiila abould of-uln at the open ing of temia. Ko pupil out or tlie village will be received for leM neilod tlian one term, and no dvducuona tor absence ex eept in caaea of aickneaa or re -oval. 442 XOVEMBKU AITOIXTMBNTS. l'rove all Things 1 DR. H. W. WADS WORTH, Eclectic Iliy&iciiui ind burgeon, will bo In attendance ai follows: Ashtabula, AnliUbtila limine, Wt-dm-ny, Not, 17. Jrlff-rtaon, ThtTiirwon'si TuetMUy, Nov. lbliL Madifton, Thtiriay Not. lfStb. 1'ahieiiTiUe, Ltmlv llnuae, KrMnr Oct. 19th. ' CleTflartfl. Juhnxu Houae, Satuniaj Stiu-laT, 20 A 21th. : Kitif(fiville, CouiMout, Randolph Honr, Moniir, Nor. 15th. , COXbCLT.VTION VUEE.' 1 Tlie Mode of Examination pursued by Dr. W. b rerr piinj.le n entirelr new ; anrt by It 4iraae of any f the tnteroal vital orpuia, tatna very tw nil mum aewcieo with Ihciiity anil certainty witboat aiming me paiirui a 411 ca tion, or ba-iiT the least prvwiona kanwledireof tiie caw. Among the dicatea treated ucceaaiuilj bj him, uiay be Sciofuta, and all Diseases of o Scrofulous origin L leera. Tuinora. EiilanrtHl laiida or Joint Hin Iiea, aw oil tl N'eck or Goitre, ScrofulouHwrw Evtu. Hrald Head, Eruption on the KaceorrtUier parta, Canwr, 'Utula, Spinal IUfftet Irysefwiia, Urarei, imKvrMvr, Mricture, au . nua uxnet, tpi U-iv. KlieaimtiMn. lmiwT. Jta. km. All (lineaKea peculiar to Keinalea, and all chronic dbvvami of the Ifrai n, Kvea, ibrnar, Lvni, Heart, ?toniacu. ier, npieen Kidnera, Skin or other orvnaa. A apeedy euro warrant ei in all diiieaMii of a SyjtMllptic or retiereal etiaaacter, wit limit the tine of mercury or other poimmii.wlisch deatrtiy tlecnitiMition. Reirular viittiM will be iitade diirkir the year. Ktvf nr thoita lit nmiiMiMM treatment. onrMrrtiiititv to eftn finite till cured ; lr. W. baa fully quaHtied uiuirelf fur tiie prartice of hia pmftion, of whlvh any jteraoD shall be aUlied by ealliuy at h ia rooms. So eertlihte of en res pob'Uhrd, bnt refereneea to any umber of tiatients, who have been cured, will be given to those uValring thaoa. ...... i The Po9r Uherally ConMerei. Any persoa sendlmr enrreet trUtemetit of their "Tmptom", aixl enctoainc $5, will have uiedichia, atated te tlielr ca-e, aafficieut to Unt aue noutb er hve weuks, aeiit uieiu by tx breaa. Addrtvi 1 H. W W4DSW0RTH, U. Batarla K, Y. fy TBlxTH TRACT ! VITIlOfV Tawa, Hf GsLTiHK. jeffkiis6n ih)6k uixmtY ! ! HOOKS A Nil MAGAZINES DOUXD IX AX Y STYLE DESIUED I Blank Books made and ruled to order. w. R. ALI.E.V. New Book and Variety Store. rPJIE subsorilier hns opened a JJook and I Variety Store, two dtiort aoutli of Trier k t'ollior, where be rill keep eirnaUuitly on band . , 8TAXD AKD SCHOOL BOOK", , ' UineallaaMua llonaa, HUliotMrr, Patiaaod Ink, . Pbrri Mui Ktiibruiiterjr .-ilk , Hin. and N'celle. Orafting papw ' Embroider Braid '' ladles' bank.U TiMHM " , WMkin(C'otUa) WillMCaba Blotlinf Crucbet " , Skiiia Hnop POCKET CUTLKXY JSD PEftf VVRItS. Hair, Tnntb, CloihM, and N'all Hnukfa, Mini CaxM, Canarr arm and Cutll. but. Hot bmrinf, 1'Ki.t, Cirolr, I'uA, Bida aad Hack onmba, Violin Rtringa, kc j A Choice Mock of Confectionary. ' Tnra of all raritln to plraM th. littl. folk., and In fet al atticiea that ar kept in a tint ebuv Cmuitry Variety Stora. ; MAOAZIKM AM IU C8IKATE0 PAPEKS, I aliall kt-ep all th. popular Hagaiina. aud pa4.n1 of tb. day fnr aal.. au an mviira, ai an lrtunn.ii uur, 10 call aatd read. U. DICK. Aabtabula, April Hd, ISM. 3i Iron, Sttwl. Nails,- OJ nd Patty. SWEKIIKnd nld I.U hat W Iron, H, -, 1, 1 1 1 V, od 2 inch aquar. wed. lroa. , f t, 1, 1 1 , I V, id t inb, rouud iron. X, V. ', l, inek Cnglixh Til Iron, Stake, lUnd HtMf InM all widtba; amall Rmiwd, Sraar ami rweilavd imn; Caat Steel, (.rnnaq, Engluli, Hlirteruid Siriu( kteel; Wrf. Kenraviaa Nail Hoda, fk. Kun, a txua, Parker ilUI Kail., faMH 2d 10 VL; wn.iigl.f tvtila, wIinIiiw glaiia, putty riwo, ilea- A uwl aaaurtuioal ol mi I tuew arrlrlea can Wfound . i KtMiT k MoilKlriON. (Jfeat liarguing at AshtuWula ! Oarria'ps! rg Carriage! GEO. til ALL sell t preatly reduc ed prlcM. b So. Varriatea. All warranted. Tb. Mauufaetnttra ar. bard up and Mum A.m U. Moutf. tin onuorluulty waa r.r .Ih-rwd lor NrtUiHt ( .riutea an low, to Uil. Mau. I 'll! anoa If you m l Ua.,n,. iWriaiiaa will ba aold ftuia pi U 40 dollar, an. tbaa U uai(al .n. ' - ' 'kji. HAl I, AIm, A Salvidid HUk of Piano. Melodeou. aud u.iun, for (., to aalt th. bud Uioa. ai M . A.ubuU, Aug. load iit GEO. HAUL. SC HOU l7DOC)KSFor school "UnVkTof any kiwi aallU - J. K. CHAPMAN'S O ' Book Variety Htore, j . Aabtabuia, llbio. I.10KSE HAKES. Corn Plows and Cul X J. iinabxa, t lb. Im suilily, aad .4 .err rwamiabie ' A.itabula, Jut SS, WA. . Hi mm r I A N o ".'MKI.OltEONS; ic, "1KO. 1 1 ALL. at Ashtabula, Vjl Tltea Ihe ath ntion of thoiie ihfirlnf to pnrrhane liwlnf wieata diirlnit the Pp'lnn or tuiiimvr In the fact of lila trei-lr-Ina a Urimtuck r.f SuK-ihr Slrlei and qnnlity of Tlanoe and Mrlmlennp for the Spilnf and Summer traile, on tiTim to milt the hH tlmca. We leel not a lltMe pleamre at tna rreqnent ptl l-itowl on tlie eoperlor ajmalitw of or In atrnmrntp aliTadv'atild and lir leave tn aay, thnt onr prent Hock leaupertor lo artl iii jet rreiel. ttewemlair that w biir milhlnn rheap or Inleilnf, anil evert tlitnl U warniiit ed perf'Tt. Wa wii.t W.T haea K)r mMTtkU tkmf alnt . f we can help II. V e w.mt a lilVt d"n on Imtnunenta If poflWe a credit will I given of S and S uioiitln Sir the balance. , , . . - . OU nm mi .VrWraaa laie a KtrhnfM ' STOOLS, COVER, IJMTUfCTION IMMIKS, e, on hand. Yoop Uillea who rfc teaching, ca. kar ln tntmt.ntbT p nira po'tioo at Uie eloea of each lerm.- Those who wl.h to order, a III he j"t a well wrreil ae thonirh th. y were here to -elect. Im not Sill to anil aad look, though yon mar not wUh lo piirelia-e at prcwnt. KrlVr to H. KASSK1 T, who will attend to the al or In atrninenti lii mir oWence. April loth, tsrs. J XEW AUKAKOMKNT.' ' ' , AT TIIH Ashtabula Marble Worka. 111 E subscribers respectfully '"-jPJX . em-ma the rttltene of tlila nnd ailiMnlnit ffm' I eonntiee that liavln pnrchaard tlie elillrt rtnek orj ' 1 Ma'lile Are. of the wi II km'Wil ertatilicenient of K. fj i j " J. Jmi-fc Co, they art fully prepared to furulb any nesetiptlon of Motiiiineuts, Hend-stones, Ac, of the W Ttalian and ft nt I and Marble, In aiu)e wr atyla of BnUh and rteaign. We have, end will keep ronpUntlr On bams, finely Barred Ca(. IJimba, Koe, l.llllea, Wreathe, and Draper!, on Mar. bleofanr delred thieVneHP, alan Fumitur Marble of any pattenta, fliiifhed in the neatest manner. t'enietery Ita euclueod with poeta and ehal at raaaonnbla ratee. W e enrdkillr Invite all, to call and are Sir Ihemaelrea, and eiamine our rtoeka and price! before purcha-lng elewhere. AhUbula,May,l67 - WM. WII.I..MII). ' J. I.. HKCVK4. Cabinet and Chair WARE ROOMS. LSAYAOK, would call the attention of tliccitlu-naofAaliUbiala anil Ttdiilt)', to Uia prearni atork, ronipririDir ' Maaonj rdlaa ; f1 C " TrtaTrli;"' .! t riitr. TaMi-( "nwtrU. (nfa ; Chains anrlnf arata ; KnwwitfM, ilailat dmalaf k tnnmoB Durwiaa ; J"artrtt; - Warh staada, anmmoa Taklw, BaatMda, awl ';. KUnda; iArprc Manganr nckiiichalra ; htnkll " " lrn cane .rat, cam IwcS dn; Small " " "- ' do. Can. retit and Windaor abalra la rariarjr Jan. j JS67. MT Stores, Stores! STOA'ES. The subscriber hns now on band a rprr laryr rlnrk of ICaatrrn marie Stitrra, which will b. rold at Trrv knr jirim for mt-U. Ainnnw whicb ar. Th. EivkI. (lot Air low nn Cook Btnv.. " rnrior Cruturlna. (Th. brut .vatrd ov.n u.m1.) Klrc. .lvraUd ovrn Cmk Store. " Pmldnit, " NortUu Light," Cuion, " 1 Amiron, " " " " -'rti AmnlcHn"' " Jewrtt Knofa 1'arlor ori, v Tbe Cottag. " Veninu ' ' (Irkrt) ? Th. Kn. 2 3 4, Prmrian rarlor, with Of.cn front. : Tlw Grnt Parlor with Kn front. ' Tin- No. 3 3 4. Kuatia shrwt Iron ftt rtrfnilatom, pot up In tli. brrt atyi.: alro a (rood variety of llox Ptovw, noma of wLicb aie well adapted to waruiiug Cburchra k Sciiotil K"onin. . UKO. C. 1ILBIUHO. Attnila. Oft ath, W, 5 BOOTS & SHOES. JUST HECE1VE1), by ROOT & MORRISON, at their old Fmportnm ioO iwiraMen'a thick Bonte, Vn. 10, 12, 80 do do Kh Boots, do 7, 10. 11, 1 M do do rU Hoots, do 7. 10, 11, 1 11 llfi do BmV thick Boot, do 4, 6, Hi, 76 do do Kip Ri-ot do 4, 6, . Jo, , t ... - 24 flo Youth's Calf Boots, do 8 lu l.T, . . - i '300 do Ladies' Kip. Calf, and Kiuunellfi) Ienthfr Boots, Gent's Congress, On iter. Kid; Calf, aud Eaamelled Leather; o niuiaio ana rtuooer uversnoes; Ladier' Uorocco, Kid and latins Conirresa Gaiters; do ; JcttDT Khid Patent leather aud Knimtelled Busk Ina; do Silk Jasung itaitera, rnxf-n nil rouud; do Morocco and Enamelled Gaiters; Minfea' Ijwtinp--'Jnitprf, Nn.'a M) and lli; 1 . ' do EiiamtMled and Cair I. ice Hoots, 10, to 2; Children's Cair Jjict lVMts, for winter. do 1 jwtiup Tip'd (iaiters; . , ' do Morocco Ijioe Boots; 1 ' . Bay's CalfT Kip and Patent lather Shoe; ' La Ilea' aod Gent'a Hubbers, Huskins and gandal; do do Cork Soles, In Tact everything iu the line of Boots and Shoes. TTarlna jriTeii this branch of bti'inew our MiM-cia) atteiilioii fnr several years knowing the want of tlie (Minium nit, and having none but the very bet of work, we think we can think we can Nile ly say that, in this line we are -Hit to be bf at. Call axn look ASD VOU WILL HK co ri MfKD. HOOT 4 MOKIUSON, AstitJibula, Oct ti, IHiVl. " tl OUSK, Ship, Sipn, Furnitnro and XJL - CAIIlCIACie rllSTING! BRISCOE & PKNDLKTON, befflrave to infnrni tlie inliitMtunta nf A!htuhtila and ilclnlty, that tlHr bar. AfcraM a rliop, nvrr J. P. Knli.rtcin'i at.te, whrro turv win or Hiuua aiwayn nn uann ki .xiui. tlie inlliiw Inf ill a workmanlike manner, llaln, tlrnamentnl, Krt-aro. Hun, Furniture. Ktianiel and t.'arriftf Painting. Imitation of all kititla of WoimI and Marble, Klnpra and IJannera Pnintril fpr rroceminna, Ice winilnw alianeit ptiinted anr divitrn, Uroiirlnfr, I.aeiti.ritifr, VaniiKliin)r, Janninfr, Ae. Pairing', Culnriuif, n uttewaauujg, uuuuig, &C, &c " 'a vy cuniraci or uar. llEr-RIIEM'ES, Ai.rRrn IlhyprT, . H. X. ilotini.u.1, , Geo. Hah. Abtbi4la, khweb S. JHW. . . - t - 4'.8 GHAFFKN DKHO I7AMILY MEDICINES. X - RETAIL rUlCES. . Vrgf Ub'.e Pilla , . . . par box, 2. rti. Oreen Mountain Oiotioeut. ...... ; " 25 eta " baraaparilla per kottl. f 1,00 L'bildren'a Panacea M 26 eta F.ve llloo .......... , , , 26 eta Ferer and gti. Remedy per box," bo eta f Health Hitter. . . . , per p'kg. 2o eU Iyuury Syrup . . t per b.ttl. oOela Conauniptive'i llalin $3,00 Manball'a 1'l.r. Catholieoa , - 1 liratrruberga Pile Ueniedy " ' $l.ng ' Manual of Health. per eonr, 2a eta For aaie by tbe city druggiaU; also by agenta la Um prloo) paj tuwna iu vuut. HOME. TESTIMONY. Hartford. Trun.buU Co. O- Marrli Tth. 1R57. I herebT eertifv tiiat 1 bin beeo deallriir tu tbe (.raiTenUi ir Medicine) fitr tli sat year, and oan truly aay tliat I hare sever tillered any iiMflictuet to tbe public that bate met with tlie deeiiled approbation of the coile hte tbee, iiaKieularlv the Ptlla and t'atiioiicon. -They will reiidltv iierlorm alt and more thau ia promised for them. I hare aold about fifty tat tle of tbe Catiioticoo the at aeaeou, and 1 hear tbe beat re sults In every caae. ' J. H C. J011N80N, Medical AKt. ! Head what Dr. Buaboell haya of th. GralTenber Kedlclnea. Dr. B., b. a phyHb-lan of extemi.e practice, and one of the Viet suoceeelul in th county (Trumbull) in which b. reni.lea. M 1'biK curt itie. tlmt 1 bat. ued tu !rliiilierr pilla and MantbHllV CatlKillcoo, mid here by J. II. C JuhiiMin, In my preelk. to my entire aatbilaetiuo. They are gnnd toeiliciuea. Dr. 0. W. UlH.EU ; flartford, Trumbull Co. 0 March 7, Jni7. I am a phyalcian of thirty year, practiee. My principal atudy ba been diaeaaeof feuinle. Tbey bnv (renerally hallled niy beat etfnrU. Obutiniug tb. Djateriala c.uii(io.iti)r alar aball'a I'terine Cathoiia.n, I waa pleaee.1 with them; gar. ttiem a fair triiil. and found myaelf abundantly aueeeMful In my form. practice 1 eould only tnlti(rat. tb ayniplnma of about be. if th caae and could not cur. on In ten. .N'.iw 1 can radieully cure at leaat aeventeen- la twenty and. mitiirnt. tli. int. 1 eonabun Hanthall'a Uterine Catbotieoa th. grcat- i uienaiug lo leiuaiei i bav. met with ; Went Pe'lfnrd, Coahoeton Cou. Hay 14, 'H. 1 Mr. R. B. Kinfrnlry, Kir: 1 bar. been telling Ih. medicine of tli. flraifebberg compact for the laat -ten yeara. and bav. laranably found tbeni to git. pood aatUfaetiont and tint pill 1 bav. aold to a great many famillee aa regularly a. thir lea and eoffee, aad with my -trade they bar. bMonie a atapl. ar ticl. Maraliatra I'terliM C'.tlHilieon bt a aiedirir., that baa done A gient amount of good in femal. dieaea. 'n. uidy I ald it to bdd me ah. bad receired more benetit fmm on. bot tle than .he did from a king enure. .1 medical tr.aUn.iit by la. aioai aaunui pny.icuuia. i oura vury I I':-', JXVZi WILS01T. For aal by BKVI1AM k JOHN-RAX, Aabtabala. ,W. K. .lelfoaoa. . A. R. 1IK( k ITII, New I.rme, , . A. McCAl'HI.ANO, Kocbowea. ' T.Vl'KTI-, Tmmbnll, --. ' . N. PAIIISH, Klngavill. ' 1 T .1- I.YONit, t'.i.neant. , 4 II. MUKllAN, llartegmre. ta r. II. MII.I.KH k Co, Aurllobara, R. M. NOHTOX. Andov.r. K. SPItlNd, (ivnea-a. And by on Agent la all prtneil b.wna la Obi., i-'or le4iciiieaaa4 AgaacMM, addrea. J ., . m ,11. U. klNoBI.Ey, CLSvatAxn, j 430 Agent focOblw- J U .U,N IX 0 FLU I D M W air anted to be the beat quality ! At lb. Very Lew . Muted lii. AH ' ' Idittps, Cam, Wicls, JfC., for salt al i CHAPMAN'S BAZAAR, Jiala rt. Aahtabula, Ohio, 41 T?6V)WT STATlbXA UY.v-rA" fuV JD-icbuol Book, of Um latt Subb.o (do wit buy but few tnt fcar tliey wuuld clianKe wlu U. nmon full.) but what w. luure arc for aal. ab Blauk ivvuka, l'ar, I'etoi, Ink, Wlrt, Eul.., 4,1 KUOr k MOKIIISON. I-fLOUlU KLOUlt! ! I liave made - amvo.ruoU to be unpltlwlth tb.bmt of auruo ur, tad a m.Ui I tball mII at Lb. lowtat pnMihl. Ifi'a. JXO. r. KOBtST-OM. , r o n ? ii & . Ac. U Ohio, In rica first fttrt our net or. In Ite go) tlie are ao al ' CAUTION, VrrchanU aoV. Tradnre will he en tkstr enerd tt4 . iWt to Imposed upon by a anuntsrfeit ot Mor'a Inrliaa Knot Pill. alfnM A. H All (rum Init R..t Pills have the name aad ifnalut ef A. J. WkU4 4 (., oa aaeb bo.. Pit, MOHK U. InrentOT of MORSICS INrt,M ItOOT ril.l.S, baa smnt Uie gtrater unrt of bis Hf la travelling, having Tiff ted fcrrppe, Aia and Afiltx as well as North tme lias sftent time rears among tbe Indiana of onr Western eHin1ryH was tn tlilH way that the Indian Htnt Pills were diaeoTervd. Dr. Morse vn Uie ftrst man to establish the that nil dlsrw aifs fmm mil kitt or tiih at ooi that (.treniath, hrwlth and lift drpnd upon lb in rltal fltttd When the various rmNspea bTme cl"ffreL and do lnt t per1Ht htrntonr with the diifen-nt fhweiione of the body, the Wood loses (t aeMon beeomea tblrk, enrntptrd and diMaedt thns as n log alt pains, sickness and trMre of every natnet on r ax renin a is e!ianea, er neaifn are pri'ea ae-d It antnre Is not assrsied in thtwtn elf ; staenant boinora, tha blond wH beeonie ehnbetl and eeare to art, and tbua oie light of lift" will forever be blown out Mow Inpor tant tbaa that wa should keen tho varinna pes-nirea of the body free and open. And how ntensant t nsthat we haee it our power to put a ntedlHtte In your reach, namely Morse'n Indian Ktot ruts, mnnurnctnrea rrorn plant and mors wmen grow aronnd Ihe monntatnnita ellira in Nature' garden, for heslth and reenter of diaensed ryan. ne of the roots, from which these 11. Im are nisde Is a iardorlne, which npenn poriraof the.kn, arrdaftfls Nature In throwing ont the Oner rrts ft tbe corruption within. Tlie second ta a plant which an Kiiectnmnt, that opens and nnclogs the papssge of tbe nmgs. aim Tims, in a soothing manner, prnornni us on. y oy thniwhur off nhlrirm, and other humors from the lunga fay ions (.pitting. The third Is a Dliireetle, which give esse double stvng-h In the kblncvs; thus encouratred, they tlrnw large nnmunts of Impurity from the blood, which Is then throan out IwinntifiiUy by the urinary or water pasnge, and which could ut have ben disehargrd In any other way. The fbnrth ts a Cathartic, and accoinpnutrv the nthfr properties of Pills wMIe enmged In purifying tha blood; the ciMirser lartic'ea of Iniputily whUh cannot (rasa by the other nutlets, time taken np and conreved off iu great quantities by the bowels. I from the above, It N rhown thnt Pr, Morae'R Indian Boot ! Pills not only enter the stomach, but become united with the blood, for Ihnv And wnv to evetr paii, and oinpletelr rout aue and clrn.iw the syyh rn from all Imparity, and the fife of th'R bodv.uhh'h Is the blnml, le(nmes prrlectly healthy; cone qiirntly all nick new and ) In is driven fnim tbe frtnni, for Ihev cannot remnln when tbe botlv Incomes so pine and cVar. The reason why people are so distressed when sick, and why many die, Is lecsnse thry r!o not aet a medlrim , which will pass to the artlictcd parts, and which will open the nntur passaffrs tor tbe di sense to he cast out; hnee. a larce quan tlty of food and rttber naiiter Is hMtged.and the stomach and intestines are literally orerflowinci with the corrupted mass, thus undergoing dlsagnuMe fermentation, constantly mixing wilh the blond, which throw the corrupted nmtter thmntrh every min and Arhrr, until We ia taken from the tndf by dis- se. Pr. Morse's PII.LS hnve added to themselves victory npon vlctnrr, hT restoili'g ndlllons of tbe sick to blooming health nod haoptrtess. Yes, thousands bur been racked or tormented with sickness, pain and an en Mi, and whose feetde rr.mM Knvs Wn seopelusd bv tbe hurninff elements of rsirine fever, and wlm have been hronght, as It were, within a step of the silent grave, now stAml ready to testily that ley wontn hare been numbered with the dr-nd, h-d It not been fnr this great and wnrtdVrfnl medleine, Mnrse'a Indian Root Pills. Af ter one or two dosea had been taken, thee were astonlabed, n1 sihrtlntiilv surarUrd. In wltnesinir th U charming effects. S'ot only do they give immediate ease and strength, and take d,M ll .IfkriMs. rain and anenlsh. but ther at once tro to .rcrW t th fniinditlon of the disease, wliich la the hlood. beef fore. It will he shown, specially by ose who nse these PilK that they will ao cleanse and purifr, that disease that aa. mnmntw' -ill ImVs Its tlWht. and the flush of voulh and hesnty will again return, and the prospect of a long and hep- pf life will cherish nod bHnhten vonr oaew. A. J. WHITE, Co., Sole Proprietors, 60 Uoiiard Ftieet, New Tork " Morse's Indian Boot Pills sold bT S. P. JOHNSON, Ail.U- Ubnta, Ohio, and all Pea!era In Medicine. WM. MrDtwR V Ta.. Pmrietrvra f TV. Tra Vatme Ointment, Karlri:ie, WadioD Co., New York, Getieral Afrenta Pilce w eta. i; HA.MARSH ARTIST! - -l 1 "tf m SUCCESSOR TO E.. HOWELL WOULD respectfully nnnonuco to tlie citizens of Anhtjibula. ami aurrouodiuir count n, that tie liaa recently putcbared the entire iiiteiit of K. Hoaell in the Itajruemiann iniMineaa in line place, iiichhiuik nin raiier-ty-f, recently fiateuted, and thnt he ia prejiared to take correct likeueHea, in all the diUt reut brauchea of the art, and iu the iiKtat rpproved atyle. llawng had several year' experience a ttb the ftrat artiW In the country. I am emthWl to keep up with all the ImprovementM, ana lee) aaie in aaying I win lurn lah ae rood pieturea, and correct, to the Ui, a ran lie obtained anywhere tn thia eretion of country. No pictures aba 1 1 go from my roouta. tliat are not entirely antisfacmry, aud wtir-ranti-d. rict urea taken on patent U-atUer, if deijiieH. Lock eta and Minetittire Finn filled at reasonable rates. Particular attention (riven, tn taking chlldrena tikeneeeea. Rooma, ftrat builulng Hotith ol the Uauk, M;iin-atreet. where l ean always be found from 8 o'clock. A. M. to 6 P. M. II. A. MARSH. Old Pictures copied, and new ones taken In any weatuer. Ashtabula. July l.Ali, 1867 " 100,000 Acres Western Land for Sal. TUB UNDERSIGNED IS NOW OF - ferine; for sale Otie Hundred Thonaand Acres of ..eat Ka. Late, situated in twenty-aix diflereul Counties in Iowa, Ave iu Mtnuetfota, and two In iaconain. Paia liiims nare been se lected with (treat rare during Mi-eral jt years, bim I are choice traeU in the dixtrict wherein they are situated. Ail nf them are more or leas affected by the lines of Hatiroad projected, several of which are now in progrew of completion. As the settlement nf the country increases, they will rapidly advance in value, and thus la onVred larjfer inducements to the apecu. later aa well as to the aettler than has ever before been offered tn this market. ' A Liberal Credit r T will be riven, if desired, on many of these buida. Sowte f theoi can be paid for iu Good Property, Including personal and real estate, thus affording perwmt own injr small fanns, tiiwn aud 1llaj5e proerty au opportunity tr exchantre with me, and procure a mwt derirable home nf any desirable siwf wilb timber and prairie that oan be found Iu the thriving went. The title being derived directly from the Unit ed Statea, are unexceptionable, and will be warranted. aw B. P. ENSIGN'. Land A-rent Offiet at hU residence, Peniuylraiiia Avenue, Ashtabula, O. TTAIIK KKDLCED ! The Regular Fare fmm- Asbtaaula to War ren baa been pat at Two Dollara, and from JeOeraou to Aabta bula, Firtv Ceuta. Vou tlmt want to iM. ebean anS ennilbrtably Can do as by taking tbia line. Tbe entire line from Arbtabnla to Salem baa been atocked witb wd horcOT, new eoacbea and .lelha, robra, A:c. We inean to mt traviiiwa tuemiiEUOM time, and witb com fort, an kiw an Ulry ean travel by tbetr own conveyance, and wuiioui me tmtiuie. ft. t . a J. c. 1 1 1.) e.K. OHioc. AahtabuJa nonae, AabUbuut ; Prentice House, Jef- erm). January Id, IfioT. 60 . . . FANNING MILLS. Having now commenced the Manu facturinK of KANMN'R MILI-S In this loeOlty apnln, by iro- oucinc a belter article (nan baa ever tnn aold in thla Mate, and thus making It profitable te the tanuera to use them. J wish to secure that patronage a ' Fanning Mill Merits. A Fanning Mill Is one, hetng well made, does ita work per- fect, and as aiieenily aa Ht-aited, and that will C7coa ereri paritds of Chtt Cotkelt, gmutt er esas. from the wheat, an bar mil I e H'htat, and elean all other kinds of grain and aeedsaawell. 1 tie Mill 1 now make will do all this. It Is not a lnrre Mill will rm in moat any fmljiry haa moie sivea and Screen tha.i usual tnnis lUennnnoB easy ia substantially made of irnod materials and will be aold a cheap aa any (rood mill eaa be bmjpht at.' AU orders front1ly attended to. J hop on Hunker mil. LEVY In U. CK'btlY. AshUltnla, June 1st, )58. 441 G OLD rEXS The best in mnrkpl, ai 8TEF.LKS LIVINGSTON'S TraveU in Harper Mr .a, and 1. W. ltrail lev. edition. Africn, Alan. Hir. a Uie of geona Sennon., aarl The Ani(el of th. Ueiiiond. loderu Suirituaibim by T. 8. Arthur, for ale bv. 4.'1 H. 0. PICK CMiOL'lv JifJl'AlKlNU.All pi-rsoiis r living lu tbe Tillage and rldnilr, ean bar Uieir Clock Itepatreo at their uwullli.ga, by leaving tui-ir naiiMW at mr .hop. juuiunnia, uec z, IW. A. w, la..t-ll.. (2TEELG in just receiving a fresh supply kJ of flood. In hla line, call and Aahtubula, Uct. 16, 107, 408 20, TO.VS OF IRON pnibracinfr all aire, of Kuieia. Sweeda. and Envll.li Flat II nr Im. Kouad and mr ima. of all aiim from a ineb I. S) iucba. ilouK, baud, Miaka, KcrolL Oval, aud Half Bauod lroa. 1U0 llhla. Nail Hod.. 24 Hole. Spring Kleel naortwd -riaew Slro, Americas, WluJi lilutcr, lienuaa, and 0.1 Steel. F aal. low br . UKtl.Wll.LAlm. Heavy Qoods. 0 aetU Weel Eilptw Spring. ' 'i ; i bo aetta fron Axlea aaeortod. I f boo aalla Strap Hinge. . - ' AJm, 1'atent and 11 ,lf I'aienl Axle., Anvil Vice a, R led era, Iron Bench -Sdevra. Wagg04 Box, aUIIeata Cdatingk, le. For aaie cheap by - UKO. WII.I.AK1). chain rusirsii AGAIN woultl I notify my friends and th -xiMie that I am rtitl inanutactarliig 0-U.4BV1XX , XUSXaiSS, with r-NOI.lKII GALVANIZED HON Tl IIIMi. of Superior quality, alluwrd by all who bav. had ao opportunity of u.ing, and Ictiug ita VtUUf and IJurmSUUp, to b. ileciutliy tb tMiat aritce in uae Air elevating water lor all practical pur,oe4. Viy Yubing U all wamxiited to he a. repreaeolrdj ba'llg ntaile of tbelieat b'o. tngtuk CairaalMd fro. Aflr u.ing tbi. kiud of i'uuip from one tu four y -, w cau anouoeuu lueiu aa uuiug id. oe.91 la uae. TiS. Kl'Lijc, ft. L. VaATOtt, N. L. I'UArraa, II. A. I'll a a, 11, Oaviu, Hni'Mia Waaaax, J. K. Oimhich, W. C. ItowKi La, J. C. A. Hl:atlKU.l, K. B. taanmit av, ILCxuwau, . II. N. Ni.UiT, A, Waauaa, J. A. (iiiii.Kiia, i. A. llxaxxr, it. TAt-utirr. Pumi aoiMtantly kept oo hand at Davia' WareboBM- Kvaaouabl. reduction uavle to vboleaale buiere. W.0.DAV1 JtSeraon, Ohio, June 4, S6. 442 50,000 hl LliS. of WOOL WANTED account, f for caen. for whicb th. highert pric will U paid, CEO. WH lETJ. A.bial.ula, Js, IT, IS tf DR. RORACK'8 ' Purifier, nnd Blood Pills. PIsfrASE VXQfIllF.O ' ' Robark's Bondinii Remedies, P.lood i Br Dr. tlililillllllllifUt llll!:il!l!tlllllii: isniliiiiiiiuiiiii; i... Miniiiiiiiiinniif wW. -J A I'TER YKA11S of Study nl Ex'pcr- V. Intent, Dr. Knlwck, the Rmlurnt HweeTKh PhrtHan. aneeeediMl In product tip a medicine from twenty-three dilTtreni srecles of maaivtaln herha of hi native land, which acta direct ly upon the Cannes of dl-en In the blood. nnd hy retoriis the ejormnted fmintala of life, tn a ennditifai of health and pnvtty etrrelfduttae from the system, a berever It may be located or whnte-frr may be ite character. Indigestion, nervous com philura, eptlrtdtc, and other lits, oourjtia, conauin)lina In ita early fctairea, sKrp throat, brnnehllts, fever and ajrue, aathma, low titr.t, texuaJ IneapaHty, feminine weakneas, pr Irk ling of Ihe skin, syntptonintlc of paralysis, rheumatism, lieuialgia, t il tmor, eaiiecr, dlahctf-a, lassitude and fMrillrr, dlarrlH-a, ami al other dlwrdrrs of theorvans of rejilratl.m, the liver, and kid neya, the stotrtach. tiie tierve, or the iiiiiactilar flbr, are utter itng'y cured hy tldi prepatailon. It In to the mttterie mnrht seens T iHvrae wtiat an alkali Is to an arid: it neutralises them with absolute certsilnty, while at the aame time It regu lates the Bre-t'tiona, renin vf a ohrtructiona from Uie bowel. freate tippet He, reoewa bodily vjor, and regenerate every animal lutittli'ii tSuch is the nature, aoch are the ellcctsof r. Roliark's lamoua Heaodh-avltui Wood Pmitlee, which, if taken in eonj unction with Ms Seindioavlan Mlood Pills, will not only nl.lftpn.1e the mnl painrui atsca. nu. prevent ineir reenri-ence, and lengthen life hey nnd the ordinary span. In tha Scindmaviin vrgefabie Hinoa I'tus, Mr. rtomcK tireeiits th result of twenty year of experience, hard study and enpeilment aa to what a perfect pill should be. No nut can doiiht their superiority after one single trlnl. Prise of the Scandinavian It I ood Pilla, U cents per box, or five for $1. IVnr, Miami ( oitu1rr 'nd.. Aug. 4, 1A7. I Tr. P. W. PotiAfK I htie i-rrti-'ri no much benefit from yor Rntidhvan Blood I'uitfternnd Hlood I 'ilia, thai I hurt' thought il my duty, nnd U Is no lens my Inclination, to give yon a plain statement of my eaao, 1 wan for years afflicted with that Iwne ol all comfort a, and efficiency in biirdnes, dyn teiwia. To reciiiltuliite nil the so-called reined tea which I h:ive used to tld mvneif of this di-ease, wc.uld intleed make a melan- cholv ciitaMpne. 1 aim consulted with the lie.t phy'ctaus I esmld bear nf. . I wis Indufed te try yonr femediea throiivh the persuasions of a ft lend, and after ning them a few day was great I v beiientrted, and in a short time, lewathan a month. 1 wa entirely sua permanenuy cureu. i was aio aniicreu with the rot violent nomine h'darhe, which ! anppme wa produced hv my disordered -tonMch, for when my dUjMfpKi i left me, my headache left with It. 1 uow feel better In every rrararct tlian 1 have tor ten years. i ery mrj your, i'ni.i o. rtn. in. CixrtJrrAVi, FrWay, Pept 4, 1R6T. Pr. Rnnaca; Pear Pin Havlna been afflicted with neural- gtanr rtieumntlnm for the past year and a half, and having aeen yeur medicine, called the hcandluavlan Hlomi Purifier, hlvhlv reenmmeniicn hy gentlemen with wliom 1 am acquain ted. 1 waa induced to try It, but not before I have used various ntiier medicines. Alter living two bottles, I reit ua effect very aenftbly, end np ueing tww nmre, I found myeelf per (ectty cured. Yon will allow me, therefore, to congratulate you upon maMi g a discovery In me11cme which t proving It aelf to be a worker of aueh wonder in the dt.eara of Hte hu tuan ainlly RonfSR BKXNETT, i , . Ical Editor Cincinnati Daily Enquirer. NmAffArnf.t. Wedneedar. Sent. 2. 1S')7. Pr. C. W. RnBAra lear Sir: Having been troubled for aereral years with extreme deibillty nJ aeakiKfa, ao much so that l waaunawe in ancnu ie my oruinary wihiiwh limes, and havinir heard of the wonderful canes that yonr 8canllnn- yian Hlood Purilier and Pilla were enacting, 1 waa Induced by a friend to try them. 1 have been lining the purifier for the last twelve months, and Rod the medicine fully eoiial to ita reeoinmen nation a. vilunb.e is its nse to me that I cannot now dispense with the ue of it at my advanced aire of lire seven ty-teven veara. I cheerfully give this. Inforinatiun for the benefit of those imilai Ir allecte-1. M 'Kills .MOKHIS The abore certificate: and many others, can be seen at mi office by any one at any time. et one of tny raiutly Uidica Almanacs. aratlH. from'niy neenta. . . Mannractme, Sale-Hooma and office, No. 6 East Fourth-st, 3d building from H;.ln street, tinclnnttif, nio. Ii'nr n-ile hr (Jfo. Wii.laho. Hkmiam & Joiixsox. Ashtabn la; F Bmftb. K'leville; ft K Stone, Orwell; K W Chirk, WHllamsfteld: W R Allen, Jelletwnt 1- l.yon, Conreint: Ji Tlcknor, Weat Wllllamsfleld: . B Pratt. Wayne; Alice Aj Mar rington, C'dhrook: H HaUinwar Hon, Martsirrove; A H Bek wilh. New Lyme: P Mead. West Andover; II I, Slater, Leon W W Herrlek. Richmond Centra: M Bates. Plenont: A W MeCausland, hrtrant 0 W Awdru-, Knst Trmnboll; G H seeh rerell. tfar-nemfleld: J tl Pale. Austitihurtr: A lrnirure. Plvm onth; S Parrtah, King villa: Chaa Barrett, Amboy; Smith White. KollocffuviHe; II k E Clark. Sheffield: Savage ft Sher man, Savhrook: B N'nrtharn, fieiwva; Pavld Van Kpa, Union- ville. and hv llniirirl.t. and Merchant, renerally. 41 HEALTH OR SICKNESS ? Choose Beliceen TUm. mm nOLLO WAY'S PILLS, HHE lilood furnishes the material of everv -JL bone, mnrcle, glandvand tlhre in the human frame. Whi a tiuie it aecuiee health to erv oriran: when corruot It oece aarilr uioducea dbwaw. HOl.LtlW AV'M l'll.US Ol ernle di roctly Uxin tn ebtiurutol tbe atrenin nf lile, ncutralUingti e liriiiciple nl Oiaejire, anu tliua raiiicany curing ine niaia.i .b.lli.r iucaled in tlie nvrrea, tb. moniacli, th bowe'r, tl liver the mucle, th abin, tb. brain, or any other part ol tbe eyatetu. ' . USKU TriROUGHOUT THE WORLD! 1 lltll.I.OW.Y'8 Tll.l.S are equally efficuclona In enmplali couininii to tbe whole human race, and iu dunrd.i neculiar to cir.aio climatee and loalltiea. ALARMING DISORDERS. rtranerida and den.noi.nmt of the liv er, th. aonree of In Ai.uitv and aulleiing. ai'U Ul mutt of innuDierable dealb. vield tt, th-a Cumtive-. In all ciiHea. however airrnvnted. act lugaa a mild purgatl.a, alteialive and tonic; ll-ey relieve the bowela, pmlf) the HllWa, and lll.igotat tb av.b-sa and tbe ciMtftltuliuo at tu. auui. uin., . - General Weakness Nervous Ccmplaivts When all .Uuiulanta kill, Ihe rennvatinjr and bracing pror- tiea oftlin. I'llla give timmew to the aliaklng nerve, ana en- leeUtil njueele ol tb vlcliui ol gewerat oeuiiiiy. , , DELICATE FEMALES, All irrrirularltiea and ailment luddeut to th. delicate ar aenaitiv. oranauatif the Hex ar. removed or prevented by a few durca oftboc mild, but infallible alterative. No mother who regaid ber dwd 6r h,T chlldreo' health abould till to bav then within lier reach. ' SUIKNTIEIC. ENDORSEMENTS. Th I-ondon "lancet," tb lndon "llcilral llevlew," and tb uust eminent of tb faciltr tn Ujeat Britain, f ranc. and Ueruiauy, euloglzeo the full ana uii-lr inventor. Hollo way's Pills are the best remedy knoicn in I lie world for the following diseases: Anthnin Iiarrloa Indigeatioa . Uowl Comjllaiuta Dmtuiy ' ' lnlluema Cougha Ii.Wllly luluimiiiatioa Oabia Kvr and Ago Inwaril uknM Cheat Piaeaee Feuial. t'omplainta 1 Iver (.omplainU Cftftlreneaa Lownea of hpb.t ptnn aod U ravel l)ill lliadarbea , Pilea 1-econdary r-yinp- Venereal AlTcclloua Wormf ofall kluda toni. tJTt tA I 'TIO a !-!onar gemiln. naurw Umworda oivliirAy, -W lorlf mud Lomdon," are dieenmr.. aa a it'mt. tr-mark iu every leal of tbe book of direction, nioiind eich lot or box; the an. may lie plainly areu hy kuldmir ihe Icaj tn Ih light. A bandeoine reward will b. given tn any on len dering audi Inhimmtinii a. nvty lend to the detecliou of any party or ai1iea counterfeiting the medicine or vending the aame, knowing them to be epuiiora. ... .fold at tb. Manufactory of Trofe. nor HoL'JlwaT, Wl klnideil ijine, .vew York, and by all rcpectaMe IliugKit. and I'ttiler in mediciii tbmi.gbout tbe t lited state and tbe dr. HUed wnild, in l.ixea at '.'., renta, Hi I J cent., and tl each. efT'l'tutr ia a eoDaiderubi. taring by taking th larger aie.H. , -Ferer and Api peminnenlly cured, or no charge. Jy 1'alieiit at a di-.t-.fK. can have Me.livfue ;nt by T.x pr. .n, addm-nlng a letter, de. ci ihing thrir eyiniittnna and enrlo r KEDIIEAI), Sui-t-esKor . to II. 0 TOOMBS, at hia old eabililUhed Shop on door South ol the Hank, baa now on hand, and for aaie, a l.irge and apl.rn.lld aaaortiuent of llarnew of every deacription, which b will aell for rtwly .y, aa low aa can ba found lwhere In th. .i,.vfw I'.rMtii. wLliht-, to buvaaYiad atib.utntial team or carriage Harney will did It to their advantage to call and examine hia work lfof purohariug elaewhere. All work got up in tli newealarvle. and for elegiuic aud durability, cannot be aurpaaaeo. AU wnra wa,,,,.... Will' w 111 aaaortnienl of Whip wa never aa large nor half ao cheap a at preaent. lie ta alao pivpared ta do all kluda of oar.-iage triiuming with neatneaa and dixpatch. KKeaiatNO, at all aioue, pr.nip.iy rt.wu,m, v.. --u -.. n- gettli lilac, Oil. ooor aouui 01 uui fjaua, aiaiu o,re.t, vrii-a bula, Ohio. June il7. IH.7. fi- ASHTABULA BKEWEKY. W . O. Ni'ttal respectfully' Informs the Inbabiuat of Aahbtbula and IU vicinity; that b. to prepared to upply llieui wilh , . Eoglibk mudo Kunnet, Block out present use 4 ' Ales, or the finest rjuulity, warranted gnttlne, and reeoaimended by aledical Gentlemen fir the nee of lovaliua and private tauiiliea. , , AabtaUila, June 7, laoll. ' W t, , Ambrotypes, Photographs, Meluiuotypes, it Dagncrrootypes. WO. N0UTII, of Clevfland, Ohio, . would reaiectfully iiifonn tlie citltena of Aahtabula, thai b. bv preuvirfal ml all tiin. t. tak., In tb. bmav atyie, th. liuvwl aad axl aurahle lite-liba ptzi.ie. that amy be called for. tUvtug aoen vvngaaft I. tbi Art for a numuur of yenra, and having a perf.ct AitowU'dge of elieoileala ueed ia peouiM Ing beaotirul rcuita, and kwepiug up witn tli ttin. la uy oew ur valuable liuurovenMint in bla line, b ta fully able lo Kiv. ta b.rt ol aaliaclbitt. W. ar. ibiily taking In. riebeat Auibrotvi-a that can be l.mi.d iu tit. nuu.. AM ar. warrant ed durable, and will auitauy who may lavor ua witb a call. 1 Ik leiaiik.tVie ,ictuie b gelling " b. .ry popular, ar. very aullabbj loi bicket picture., aa lby ean b. titled hi any .haped bekot or aum, Uiev . a vi'iy brllliaiit pictur. tlmtlar lu the Aiubrolvi. I'hob.gmpba magnified to any l duired, and vWH.red truo t. oalui. by on. of tb. beat AftiaU lo ba found, l-iotrpli uil fim .mail picture, of Hvbig or deeeaiwd oetaoo. and cdored in oil. Nuuieroua aeiliHlu, oa .vliibition al uiy room, and alinolu be bappy to wait .n any of ll.e cid-na ml A-biatxiuv, that Miay b rli-illng CltneUuid, abetlier wirbluB tlkenaea or n,u Altar, invited lo call. Itomue open from a A. at., till P. U., at 1M,-I.,n Had, T7 bui.i-r atraet. W. 0. Nl-lt I il. Cleveland, April Ut, W. i.ll ' 1()0K8 Church Psalmist Prayer I lJ Bool- jjmi Th. Sang of Zk, for at. by 4 A A A . r P 1 ao AT al., with nriire. the .(re. upon . tbe ihelr Iher U a.. nf .red Pa. 4W j I 1 .1 .. . : IIQWAKD AESOCIATIOrf . f ' rilll'.ADf'J.lMFIA - if JoriA K'rl,,f 0f th Ar east IHir9L mflct4 trsfa yri4m,t mn4 swWae J.swaaesa, rpilM IIOWAIll) ASSOCIATION, In lr' nrthaftutnirtli nf hnmaa 11, eaoae. hy enal l)llar-..anl th. drepHnn nmrllred nrn th. . fnttnnnt. va-ilm of n,rh ril M y.iwka. aeveiwl re.-. dlrarted tlielr nm,m, Mrjeow, a a t:HAHI TAHI.R wortlij oil heir aamlt lo np, n a f)l,i.nwry for th. treatn.eut of thl rU ..f . all tlieir forma, and MKIHfAl, AlivK K OMA.IH, to.ll wlio nm.ly by latter, . alerl,tlnnnr llielr ennilll..n, (.fe orruitjnn, haMI. ftr.,1 ami In n-a nf ntr,1M, .,,,, m rl'ltMSIt MKIIIt lNK KIlKK UK I IIAIKIK. It I. ner. e to adM thai AwKieli't"" ennimann. th. hl(hH al.llr.1 .kill of th. and will fiimlth tbe moat atrmived mittem trrattnent. The IHreeloi. "f Uie AMl'l'r In th.lr An.iwl Itemrt Mie treatflient nf Heit.ml IHn-i--., f.T the tear emirnf Jannaiy lrt, IHM. npiroath. Mahe.t aatlmV-tlnn with th. mrceMi which h't attended th. laljora of the ( nnniltln. ur eon In Ihe eur. nf Cpermnlnrrhnwa, feinlnal Weal,,,,,,, potenre, Onlim rh.ru, (Heel, Kphlli. the rlr. of tina.,a,m all npiiie, c, and order a continuance of Uie aaiua lu (r en.iilnr rear. I . ' , ' ' The iHrariora, on a review or the pa.t, feel awnred ibaf latmrr In tl.hi "I'her. nf heiievnlenl elT"rl ti been nl reat benefit to tli. aniirted, erirlally lo tl.. ynnKi ai.A bar rernltrd to Her. n themlrea, with renrwvd Mai, tlil. verr ImimrtAiil and miirb de.il-d mio. ' Au ndmiraM Hepnrt nn Spermatnrrlnr. or Hemlnal ealt nea, th. Vlo of Onanl'in, ilarliirlntlon 01 Self Abu, and other dl.en.ca of Hi. rexnal Onan, hy the ronmiltln, Sur jeon. whirl, will h aant by inall (In a anited EnrelOw.) KRF.K OK t'llAIIOK, nn Ih reo lpf or Iwo tainr. fm Other ltert and Tract on the nature and treatm.nl actual dlc.e., diet, c, are e.itvtn.t1y brlnf n.ilill.hed rratultona mtrthulinn, and will ba aeiit I. the allllrted. Home nf Ihe new reiiicllea and method, of treatment diftcof d'.rln. tlie In.t ye.ir, arc nf .rent, ralue.. Ad.lreaa. Dr. OKI). R. rAI.OIII'V. C.Mimlllnr fl.trrw Howard AMocwtlna.Nn.t South NINTH Street, llilladchhia. By order of tbe IHreetor. (IEO. FAIlirllll.n, SeerebiiT. r.7.H It. IIK.MU'H I'l.l.. rm.l4.-it. Fovor and Aguoy from which mankind tnffrt orer t larw. part ol the itlobe, ia tha conaFqiirne of dincaaed acttoit in the ystem, indueod by the poisonous miasm of .(-Rotable decay. This cxhalnlinn is evolved bt' the action of solar heat on vrrt soil, and riaes witit tho watery vapor from It. witlle tlte sun Is Bebuy the horison this vapor liupcn near the earth's mr-, face, and the virus is taken with it through the lunea into the blood. There it act ta an irritating; poison on the internal viscera and excretion organs of the body. The Hvcr becomes torpid and fails to secrete not only this vims, but also the bile front the blood. Both the virus and the bile accumulate In the eirciilation, and producw violent eonatttin tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, ana tne stomitch ymp.-tthie with the liver, and bewomst disordered also, t'innlly, the instinct of our or- f;anim, as if in an attempt to expel the Joxi(' illusion, concentrates the whole blood of the body in the internal excretories to force thom to cast it out The blood leaves the sttrfsee, and nub. to the central organs with conRostive violence. This is the Chim.. But in this elfort it fails. Then th Fvn follows, in which the blood leaves the rn. tral orRnns and rushes to the surface, as if Im another effort to expel the ir-ltating poison through that other great excretory the skin. In this also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength, to repeat the hopeless effort another day". Thet are the flu or paroxysms of Fsvta ad Aoci. Buck constitutional disord will of course under mine the health if it Is not removed. We have labored to find, and have found, M antidote, ' Ayer's Ague Curo, ' : which neiltraliies this malarious poison in the blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it fmm the body. As it should, so it does cure this alllictins;, disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more, or rather does what is of more service to those sub jeet to this infection. If taken in season it expel it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keep those who use it free from it attacks ; keeps the system in health although exposed to the disease. Consequently it not only cures, but protects from, the great variety of atfoctions which are induced by this malignant Influence, such as Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,' Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilious Fevers, Neuralgia, Khettmatiam, Omit, Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita tions, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis,' and Painful Affections of the Stomach and Bowels, all of which, when srUing from this cause, will be found to assume more or less the intermittent type. This " Aot'B Cess" removes the cause of these derangements, and cures the disease. This it accomplishes by stimulating the excrc-i tones to expel the virus from the system ; and . these organs by degrees become habited to do this their office of their own accord. ' Hence arises what we term accumulation. Time may accomplish the same end, but often life is not long enough, or is sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aoub Cum " does it at once, and with safety. We have great reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer remedy for the whole class of diseases which are caused: by the miasmatic infection, than any other which has been disoDtered: and it has still another important advantage to the public, which is, that it is chcip as well as good. rnBTASJSD BT ' ' ' DR. J. O. AYEIt & CO. ! lowell; mass. 3 Pbics 0a Doila rsa Boms. " "' '" 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral' ha won for itself such renown fbr the cure of ' every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of it virtues, wherever it has been em -ployed. As it has long been in constant use throughout this section, we need not do more than assure the people it quality is kept up to the best ' it ever has been, and that it mar be relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found to do. ' Ayer's Cathartic Pills,' FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEUlCINtW Fob Ccctivenkm; Foe tbb Curb or Dyspepsia ; - Fob Jaundice; v Fob tub Cube op Indigestion ; ... For HEADACHE) Fob tub Curb of Dtsehtbbt; . Fob a Foul Stomach ; - T Fob thb Curb or EuvuriXAa; . Fob tub Pilbs; Fob thb Cub of Scbopcla; Fob all Scbofclou Complaints; Fob thb Cukb of Rheumatism ' ' Fob Disease of tub 8kin ; , Fob tub Curb of Liver Complaint i Fob Dbofst ; Fob the Curb of Tetter, Tumors abb Salt Bheum; Fob Worm; Fob. the Cub of Gout; Fob a Dinner Pill: , For tub Curb of Nkuralou; - Fob PuuiniNo thb Blood. They are sugar-coated, so that the most sen si- ' tire can take them pleasantly, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use Ln any quantity. Price 29 cents per Bob ; Biz Bores for SLOO. Great numbers of Clergymen, Phyaicisns, State. mBP and eminent personages, have lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of the remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agent below named fur- ' niali gratis our American Almahao in which they are given ; with also full descriptions of tbe above complaints, and the treatment that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with : other preparation they make more profit ea. Demand At em', snd tak. no others, Th sick want the best aid there is for them, and tier should have it. -' AH our Remedies 4re (ot sale by (IRii. rt ii,i,.ti.j, ,hiuouii; it. i.. Ai.en J.tTeroB fttev.-g Jr. 1 Itch, Geneva; 11. li. Webater, Ainboy; I . J". iUr,t;a-s neaut; A. lcTaulnhd, Uoiyaii; A. J.Millar, AustKibwaat aanl by all dealera iu Mt-dictiMM .varywber. got -. Kir A Hook for Every body. STARTLING DISCLOSURES t DR Teller's gnmi work lor th invriiA or itiiHie cmiitauijiUUnjr murig Iwo iiundrod fMKa7uU ot PLATICa. Pric 36 ootwat Uw mw UDir tomls itf mail jm fm4 froout onui oultk tW ptttrt 7jTtr Tlio iitl niavried, ood Uio vfa.niei bapl- - 4ciuro oa ln; or bow to eboo Tiri 0r w ooniploto wort Mi w.lvry. It oiintin huodrlo of tot-rots new bofOro publUh xL warrmntod to bo worta ihrvo timet tho omount onked fnr It. Jta ceuta io specio oo -pojtti!-o vUiiipv, anrlraod, will ecuro a oo(r bjr retuni uwil. fir Um. T KIaI.EH hm do voted 0 lifi-lleuo to tho oura ol dlm-vaoa on wiiiuk hU Uuk Woota. Altrfa, . x J. TKI.LEK, Um D, Ko. fi, Umxm at., Albonv, N. Y. f7"I'R. Virooi Fififai.1 FiLijLtl a Ui. nitt. full 41 rerttoni. fent by mull. A11'em Ir. TRf.i.rn. nMmw. Iy 'vW-srja I Atwater's Premium. ' ' ' I - t ' K t $25 Sewing Mauliiuci rutcm U i P lit WAV 6th, 1H4S. . . . 1 b aubacribor bavine pnrcbaawd th HifbA f1" w,Tv. I la lb bov. blacl.b.. 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