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The Pedler's Bargain.
One diiv tin j'i;.-r, wiili nn nsortnirnt. of snick an-ncks, nriivcl at a tillnpe and ffll!i-J rt od7 of IIiMi'mum to rc!I Ills wares. Afirt linpo.injr cf ft f-w articles to tho la fly of the lmne who rcmt1 to lite In the midst ot rhiMrcn, alio clrclnrei. her inabili ty to t Hiy more Tor the want of money. Tut mnrm, hain't yon any rngs T' . "None to sell, sir.'. , . , . . i 'Well,' suit! ho "yon norm to have flenty . )f cliildrmi. , .AV ill you sell me ouo for . tin wore f j 'What will you give, sir V I " 'Ten dol!nr8 fur one of them I' )h, jts, tnann the lest.' 1 'AVrll, sir, H'b a Imrpnin.' ' ' ' She then handed one of the orc,iins to thepedler, who Kiirpriw. that the ofiV' Wao accepted, yet convinced that the moth rr would not port with her boy, placed him In tho cart, and supplied the woman with tins, nntil tho ten dollars wag made nn . The man feeling certoin that the mother would rather raise the money tlinn part with her child, seated himself by the side rjf the boy, who was mnch pleased with the idea of bavins a ride. ' The pedler kept 1 liis ryes on the house, expecting to see the wman hasten to redeem the little one, and rode off at a slow pace. ' After proceeding some distance, ho began to repcut of his bartrnin and turn back. The woman had just finished ornament ing her dresser with the tin, when the ped ler returned. - 'IVeli, I think the boy is to small, 1 guess On had better take liira back again, and let me, hare the ware.' ..' .. .No, sir, the bargain was fair and yon Kball stick to it. You may start off as soou as yon please.' Surprised at this, the rjcdler exclaimed ; Why, marm, how can you think of part- iu wua your ooj bo young, to an utter stranger 'Oh, sir, wo would like to sell all of our town paupers for ten dollars n henrl ' ' Th boy " dropped at the door, the whip cracked, the tiu rattled, and tlia ned- dler measured the ground rapidly aud he vi;r ivigui. ma pauper speculation. Traveling in England. Ilev. 1. A. Mood, in a letter Charleston Advocate, March 4 th, to the details Some of Lis experience in English tra?els : As free as England is, an American that is an ordiuary Americaq traveller, one who is not called to position bv rrovern. , . mental appointment, or bv some other an. cideutal deration feels constantly "hamper- eu uuu ureavues an aimospnere of re r int. ."Wherever you go, with whomsoever yon mingle, be it even a Methodist preacher, yon can see even if you are not made to' feel that the Hindoo idea of efrjtfe has ua conquerable domination in English hearts. Unquestionably we have in America as full-grown my pen almost made it foul ; grown snobs, as are to be found elsewhere the wcrldover but then they iramediate ' ly become conspicuous,, aud consequently contemptible; because the large, generous, icyuui.cuu neuumeui oi America will not .tolerate it but it is otherw ise in Kmrlunrl Yon see that, so far from its being disre garded or despised, it is courted and ad- mired, and he only is any thinf who claims 10 oe a great atai. lue consequence is, that not one ootof fifty of any Englishmen yon meet, but will, after a few minutes' .conversation, rieek to impress yon with the idea that he is either directly related, or, if not related, at least very intimate the'bo . soni frieud of Lord Thingumbob, or Earl - What-you-may-call-it. Even the laboring ", peasantry inherit the same proclirity ; and when their own good sense shows them the impropriety of claiming intimacy or rela-1 tionship with his lordship, he will be apt j to inform von that he nr his fnthow I j . - -' " i" ' uti noa UIJ Jord favorite servaut Somethiug on the ' principle of the Irishman, who boasted to Lis fellow that he had seen the kin who bad spoken to him. "And what did he say V eagerly asked uus ttKring companion. "Why tie said 'get out of the way, you tagabond 1' " So I have thought that some of the nation feel it an honor to be cursed by roy alty. It is not for an American to sit in judgment upon this peculiar ambition ol Englishmen it may be politically health- l ful to an American it often appears in- tensely stupid and disgusting. That I do not exaggerate this sentiment will appear in a little circumstance that took place with me in London. A card is an indispensable travelling companion abroad particularly where yon meet your own countrymen. One of the first move ments of an American abroad, when he discovers that you are a fellow-citizeu, is to thrust his card into your hand, ' coutamin" iris name and address. I was at the house of Rev. Dr. Boyee, President of tine Wesleyan conference of Australia. Tfce matter of cards, as a c.n enient method of introduction, came up and he kindly offered to have a plate en graved for me, ete. Upon giving him my add i'css, he looked at me iu some surprise And said : , "Did I not not understand yon to ssy that yon had been to College ?" "Yes sir." "Well, it must goon your card." ' . I objected very strenuously, and told him that Americans would regard it as a stupid ' jnieee-of vanity. "O, but," said he, "yon are not In Amer ica Europeans cannot understand bow man cam be respectable at all without some sort of title f and as I was ambitious to to be respectable, tue "A. M." was forthwith recorded. ,-olwn,,WI, -A-' rv ; . Effects or Tim a t'HOK Corrr.E. Coffee fcerrics undergo a change called ripening vj .eeing : mat is, tney improve in flu rorv jtDe Arabiau coffee ripena in three yur,and it is said that in ten or a dozen years the inferior American coffees becomes as good, and acquire as high a flavor as any brought from Turkey. Uut it is dif ferent after trie coffee is roasted aud ground its navonog ingredients have a tendency at -a If.. !-. m . w rt.i -je, auu u snouia tucrefore be con unea iu vessels closed from the air. It -noma not ue exposed to foreign or disj (cueaoiB ouora, as u bag a power of irabib ing oauexnaiations, by which it is often injured. Many cargoes of coffee have been eponeu irom being shipped with, or eveu put into vessels which hud previously been freighted with sugar. A few bags of per ni.1 n.n r..fr...l 4 !l - I i . . f ! ic tuujui.ui, vo epoil a wuoie blllploud Doctor, aai-J a young oiiss of the ligb- vm mo j Will you t hat butr Murie Uphemie Dulcy Lou lo LiioJa J.tt Lus got Bore above the wrist of her left f.i. TLe following toant wa. roceutly iriren ij a stricken young aito a oe lauies .nay we kiss the girl,, jiltabe, aud j.lcuw the girls wo kisV we ; ' II. FAesKTT, Agent , ; ro mi ' Rale, Purchase, and Kent of Ileal Estate, - INSURANCE, ' I Negotiation of I,Onns, Collection of Debts, Ac. ' AsllTAIH I.A, OHIO. " j IJUOl'KRTV Sold for Commission only, and no ml no chare. A Sal, direct or Indirect, onn stltuta a t'omniiwlpiw , ; j 84 Aranf land nndarrnnd .tnton enltlvattnn, with t od bufl'linja, fruit, and liv ing walrr, tr-aa tl.an a nil), north of Court How In Jt-ltarann-- tnnat na.lrat.lr rr-lilruro lor a. I at th vary low tvrW nf Siksii, with vvy wt tinn. nf nay. wu-nt,. KiKtutrrnf J.,h. (iallvt., an pramvW, oi f H. I'm- rftt, AVl,'lla. , . ' v ' V flliK FAUM". A ?r Kit on mitll ntr,,?,' nMr liar fT U. Oivlonl n, owt..l hv M. W, Wl.rt.itr, ctuvUliiiiit. AS rra, wltnr,l tmlMlivra, fruit,: riving watur, plant- of lm br, anil t vaivtlitng di-alrahl tor a htviiirataad, nan br li a a hartain. rail on Ilia nniir en piYmlar. or u. H. raaakTT, Aahlatuila. for paillrolar. (In. ACT.K FAIIM, In .tnlfaraon tnwmlilp N. W. from HM)rs SS worn Inti.invtTl, i il rnlnimp eoort voorl lnnll nd llmlmr i t)Mrrla rnd finnidFlllnr Kim burn, prcntv of frnlt nfr rimm kiiid living witnr, Ar., on prpmlwu. A k-rirbl ml fnn. nrl.o1H(HI. Bixlr nf A. ABOHN, on premium, or uf II. r AS.sk i t. las Acnn of lnn.1, ISO mok Rant of tha Contro nf flsrrianiflolil, 80 acraa nfwlilrh aro MI tlmbcrad, h.nlan.-a umler (THid lln provenvnta, llli.erwMl bulldlnpnnil fruit. Mvhiir Hprlnr of wntor rn dHlVront lota. Moat of farm (rmvaHr loam anil, n,, part llraiMliiwr bnttnin IhihIk. Tentt, Arc. accommodating. Th farm nf Andrew Wilier, nf 2WH, acrea, nir Aalitahnla, wltb pMnl Impmvoniont. buiidlriifa auitabb' for two farm, with pli'iit v fruit, tii..lr, lit luir wator, ana at HO r aoaa. fart M pay doa-n ami balaiiop on lour lima. That well Known irraaa and R-ain Farm containing of 220 arrra, (only 3 mllaa from Aalitarwda on l'ljtnlt Knaa,) nwnml by D. Hnbbanl, F.. i?oorl tn i idiutra, whr and fmlt Kortr arrextimlarr.linlanrauridiTcultiiation. 1'ricv tuuo, Jtnquii of ownor m at abnv orrit-e. 60 acroa, 2 nil! aoutli. on tHaiik Road ; th Farm fhrrnorly owimm! by Solomon Smith ainall liouaa and barn, fruit aodgood timlr. Can Itr bad at a br nratn. Two larpo and ralnabtr fiinna mntwi by K. Harmnn, Fan. Onp ol i? acrw, noar arntrw of HhMbdd, nndpr liiirh atatr of aiinvaiion, f acrea llmwr, lar dwrlling and 8 barna, olirw honae, fnilt, Ac An OTrvllrnt dnirr rann. Prlr .) pornCTw. inn- oi i.n arrea. i, mtla aoutli af Monroe or I'lank; ........ r"" rmiirjinga. Tertaaofnay arttl on aither of abora, acontQawMlattna;. NEW STORE. THE Subscribers an nounce til thoir friencis in Ashtabula and ticlnity, tbat m, hare aaaoclatad theraMlraa iu busiuoaa In East Ashtabula, and would rpctfully call tha attontioa of tboa wtahlng lo Turchase Goods for Cash or Ready Pay, ' ' ' In or atock of ' Dry Goods and Groceries, bought of fmnnrtara A Mnanfncturer fbr Caah, or IU rnnlralpni at a vry low prioa. Our icutaare Jnl) prrycar, and tlio aantc amitont of room on Main atreet on tha Wpat aidp, coata over tJOU. and our othor oxinara are In tho aamt ratio laa. On aoouuat of tkora tars wt ara aubid to aara to our cuatonwra at leant 10 per ceuL on their purchases. MANN SKYMOfB. w. w. Mvs. .. iitaixm Skvhoi;h. r-am Aantannia, April 1, 1HS8. 4.?9 NEW ARRANGEMENT 1 HAVING purchased of H. MATSON hU otira ntock of JEWELRY,' WATCHES,' CLOCKS, SIliVEIl WAIIE,' MUSICAL IN STRUM EMTS, &c., &e. a mscouni irom xiw lowert panic prlcea, to which I am making auch aiditinna aa will make aa full and good an aaaort ment aa can be found In any eatablisl.inont of the kind lo the . .. . . ..V CLii k , .; . p 'vmning of the kind "" "tus wcauny, arm raelimnalle ennimiinitv. I have no 1'EIM.AItS out, and intend to aril (iooda enough, chearer and better, to induce ouo I'l'aroxxKs of Mr. Mateon Ui buy of me, rathsr than go to eoine other market, or pur Thaae of TravtUng Agtntt, who bar no abiding plaoa." Watch Work & Repairing, or all kinds, Aa heretofore, by Mr. J. A. B AHCOrK, whoae reputation aa t puperior workman ia too well known to need comment. Painearille. Keh. 17, '6S. 43U J. jiixe. F RES II GROCERIES I I shall receive direct from New York, in a few daya, a freah and well .elected aaanr!ment r Fruits aud Groceries, such as Orangea, Plga, luMna, English Current Prea'ed Citron. IVaa Raiin Teaa, I'ortnrica New Orleana Brown Sugara, Alao, CillKhed, Powden-d, and Oram, la ted Kenned Sngara, l'epper, "pice, Cinnamon, elovoa, cinnamon buda, Nutmeg, and Mace, Indigo Mtarch, Salemlua, Oingi-r, Tolaicco. Soap and Candle. Yoa will alao find kt my .tore Flour, FlaL. l"ork, Hama, dried apple.. I'eachea Black berriea. Ainu palntaa oila, caii. and hardware, Sevthea and Mnatliea, Korka, Shnvela, lloea and Kakea, Caila, Ax, kc, and Imhort everything nanally found in a Oroeerr anA Croviaion Store, All of which will bo gold at a Keaaonable uiotiwiriHu cuaw Anhttbula, Ohio, June 9, l5g. C. TOMBE3. 442 CAND FOR SALE. A few thousand KJ load, of Sand will be aold by tbe aiibarxiber from the lot corner or thePennxylrania Aveuue and Orthodox Flare Aahtauula, April , InoH. 433 . H. C. TOUBES C ALT FOR SALE-By the laad or J ln''' rrrr, by ,i. )EliAM. Jr. SHe BOOTS! BOOTS! For the best f III "a"y f ' li'ek Boots, Prindles' make ' loweat uash prlcea. Call on (el- " Sis. - K(T k MORRISO.V. "MIOCKER Y. The larp-est assortment .,'hi!? d " Stono thina, White Granite .HUM, uwm n mir, aO DO IOODO at t,n : f L If To (iva AJEW GOODS AT STEELE'S Call and aee them. Goods Sold to Meet the Times. N. B. A Journeyman Watch Maker wlU be here In (few F EVER AM) AGUE. -CUREn Wltnoitt Araenfeur On ntna I UK. (Juiurji auUtituie, or None Tonic, Ua posiUre Lure for Chills and Fever, and all Dlneaaea art-log from Derangement of the Neryotu ay.Uuo, aud vary .ucoerWi.l in preventing Yellow Panama, or Chares Fevers. The Recipe waa discovered by a regularly graduated Pbyal cuui,and i. therefore entitled to the nine corilWence a. inv other Phyaicuin . preaeripUon. A .ingle trial will prove ita elticacy. One bottle in ordiimry eaaea of Fever and Ague will ellect a cure. All that ia aekvd ia a fair trial. All who have uad it, apeak loudly iu iu favor. Head the circular J. a. il..Alil), Sole Proprietor, . No Ml Maiden I jure, New York. t.C. BHEWER, Agent, Weat Side. Cleveland, Ohio. lnr4lH HARDWARE. Heavy Hardware. Shovela. Hoea. Axea. Mechaoic'a Ti. e r.n kinrta, Mam Trowella, Pleka, Pump tUtnreg. Olaaa. Putt v. eve- thing a nioat, ouiprialng a complete aanortaient of both Heavy k aneil Hardware, for aale low by . i KOOT MORRISON. TUST RECEIVED, at the NCasT. PrlVTSr rTr h'a'm V.ry Oeairahle ,d Cheap PUNTa, Ol.SUHAM.S.aod Mourning Uwna, which are XxiZ .Idchper tha at any other .tor. In town. If ym, want Cheap f.ood., call at B'HIBIIT-ION'W CASH StoRK Relief for the Afflicted ! T)R. L. G. CLARK, German Reform- ed Iripothic PhyMclan and Surgeon, (formerly mt tlia Brm of f lark a (.ibeonj can be cunaulttd at the followiua Uum aod plaoua I Aahtabula, Fiak Huuae, January ( a 10 Jelfereon, Americaa i Rock Creoa. Ip(rd lie 18 Cole Brook, Exchange Rouae, M ,4 hiugaaille, Rodger'. Ilouvo g Cmineaut, Tretuont llouae, Oerard, WrighC. Hi.U-1, - g Allaon, Alhioa Houae ' UuiuiauiitUie, per KouM, " 4 iW ili.LS.'.11' '"V'" hd f'"l"t"l nrent aolielUtlona ooca.LZ?,,,',,?,ia',, '"'" 10 l" "iK-l.borbond a!''vi u MnM1" ' ln.aally, u well a. oy eaaa Ul uaiaafl vi.ii .1. - 1 aiiiuUtu. -" J-i-ra ou 1 at -uinuvm . he da. Mil. be tor . leatify , and 1. pre,.rS gfv.''L '".'u -b ari'tb'"' ply. ftailar .LeLuo. tha our. rfCoT Ht lllTlui., and all diaeaar. of the "unei and cTJT, will be treated with auewaa. S0"1 "ry character Alao will mire old tore, and all anit.lt.. ai . . . ever charUr they may be lie makea a7a anlv.i hotoairal reuiediea, bo calomel or ether fniu are used. "" Peremi. at a diatane deairing advlae and Medieina will arad a general di.crtption of the appearance of tha uriue witha correct atateinent ef the cauae. ortg of the dhraaaa, and a geueraJ hiatory af the ainptmu.. with aasva, age, Ac aommuuieauou. aiuat M turected to S. li. CLARK, U. 0. Janaaatown, Merger Co., r. FIRST CLAS3 Family Orooerloi I HO. T011IES,I8 now refittinfr aud e replenishing Uie Store recently Aeei.o..lerf 1.. p .ti ft Tomlaw, and will eiHirioue Cue busiua. ..m 1,1. ve nature ui uie ouaiueai win ue uu.uuitUui the aaiue aa if hae taven. Dealing tn Produce. And keeping eo hand for the retail trad choice aod oaefulrj Mkveicd aaKnrUueut of v Jamil t Groceries. The extra tire addltloo. mow makimr lo the fltora oa KanA m f ive him a Slock fully etiual, II not au;irlar to any other ia hia asetiae 0 the Stat. And aa the hava hmm 1 tli lowaat eaah laloa, and will be auld at a email advaoce froin coat tl. pubti ana acur tiMsjr aoivi.lv-. i.m nuuI, a. w... Id trnua. roui Um) character of II.. Oonda, til courtesy proiapt.nvMi aad launaaaof tU aauuvar of aouig eaiaUiea, the aubaeikber hope u. aeou a .hare ef paUlc uawvnage Aahtabula, AprH 24, 186T.' ' 1,1 iUJ,UIa Q0U PENS.If yog wlb to get VAl urt..r Hold Pru eallai at HTEK.1.F1. and Ly hi. aa I Xuj6 - 1T wwivil'. j ... IT V - and cur. wi Tan ' ay.u-ma, or Houm. their AIo A...T,.n.a. Aug,.., Mlh UL1ir " lCTpiKv(,ffee--Ki,'-jra,-c and Mcha, Cote. M UWiUii u WHEELER ' t! WILSON 'i( L.-.r JO Machines rrlocM noduoed. yew Stylo Marhln ' Untiling nn Haln Tbl, . , '..,, " " Half I'aao I'.L.nl ' Half Ca.e, M:ih(an)r nr Mark Walnut,. " Full ('una, Mahiiifltny or Uluck Walont.. M Full Caao, UohowimmL m , Small Harlilne , latira alarlilt!: f.V) Oft , 7n IK) rill 00 , SI (10 1IKI 00 lit no in no ltai no Ilpiiitnfra, (extra.) 6 00 IVEUY Family now-a-dnyg begins to J fWal tha Imjinrtanca of tlirsa niarlilnaa, but many art at a loaa In dividing in tlii niattor of falrrling, while r-thora liavo haatili purrhaai-d a rbap, airglr thioad Hiarhlnp, whirh thr-y find ia but pcMirly aititrd to anawpr tha end designed. Those who bare had opfvortnhitfea for a rompai-lann of the merlta ol thi dillerent mai-hlnea In uae. riadlly dlrovor which holtla the upariority and "give the palm where juatiea x.inla it due Whrtlrr t)- II rert Inteltlgont nbaerrerwlll admit, atanda without a Hra Ita advanUga are 1 Ita almplicity and beauty of onnatrurtion. Tho aot-llcnre and matneaa of ita alltrh alike on both anti iu inooom triim ailTUiimr ike nii-i.li.. nrnu. brona cord on the under hie. 8 Sad aoriirnry, and reliability at any rate of ipeed. 4 Kconmnr of thread. 6 I'nrtability caronf operation and management. Quirtnce nf movement. T Kad adapUtinn to every apeciea of Quiilly tewing, gath ering, Ac, Thia ia a pure and elmple narration of Ita qualitiea. whlrh Will aiinear to everv one nn aninalnljinrA with ti Ita daign and meriiinim If anch, aa to make Ita preaeuce an aoqulaition to any one'a parlor. One nftheae marhim-a may be aeen In operation at the reafdenre oi ineniorruier. wiio la autuorlanl to aupplr anv doiiumil A them in Uiia virinitT. JaWKS I.KKII. There ia but one Sewing Machine, and Hint la Whi-eler k niirnna.- jrnnx MKKia, or the American Inetitute. Aahtabuly, February I, iM'rS. 424 ASHTABULA UNION SCHOOL. Prinripml mnd SupirintendanL REV. C. E. BRUC E, A. B. IHgh School, Rev. C. E. DRt'Ca, Mlaa S. L. Paixk. Mhw Elhika Fox. Wis. Ltria I.. Willt. Mlaa W. H. Kkli.ooo- Grammar School, Intermediate, ' Second lutermediate, Primary, - The School la Prt to all peraoaa of a anltablo are realdlng within the Borough Umlaj, and tho Iliatriet attached thereto tor School purpoaea." wlflTe'' WWk" oon"tlt,,1" Te- Tenj" tor puplla from abroad Fiw Primary net annum, - . . t S no For Intermediata - - 10 no . For Grammar !'- . . . lMo For High rtrhool i . . . . r. And i,m rata lh, M.k 'W Tuition payable In advance. p 'Ail appitcatioD. rbr admbudoo to be made to tbe Supario- The Snmmer Tern, will comence April M, 18AS. The Fall Term September . and the It Inter Term, January S, Hint. U Is highly ceairable that all puplla ahould begin at the open ing ol tenna. No puplla out of the village will he receive a leaa perhai than one term, and no deduction, for absence ei cept In caeca of aickneaa or re oval. . a ci December Appointments. Prove all Things ! DR. II. W. WAPSWORTII, Eclectic Phrsician and Sunreon. will lie In Aihtabula, Aahtabula Houae, Thuardav, Dec. 23. Jellernon, Thomfvaon'. Wodneielay, llec. 2. Madiann, Monday llec 2sth. PaiiH-aville, I'ow'lea Houae, Frl.lny, Pec 25, 28 27. Cleveland, Johnann lloute, i'S " 2th. Kiugaville. Tueaduy, Dec. Mth. Couueaut, Raodolph Houie, Tneeday, Pee. 21t. CO.Vt-CLTATlON FREE. The Mode of Examination pursued bv Dr. W la very aimde and entirely new ; and br it disease or any of the Internal vital nrgana, la in a very r. ir minutea delected with facility and certainty without asking the patient a uues ttnn, or having the leaat previou. knowledge ol the cue. Among the dlaeaaea treated ueceaafully by him. may be mentioned the following : ' Sciofula, and all Diseases of a Scrofulous oriirm. I'lcera, Tumora, Enlarged Bland, or Jointa, Hip Piaenae, well ed Neck or Goitre, ScrohilouH sore Even, Scald Head, Eruption. 00 the lace or other pert, Cancer, Fiatnla, Spinal Piaea.ea. ... -","- iwuiv,ah v itua isance, Epl- lepay, Rheumatiam. llroov. Ac Aa. ' 1 All diaeaaea peculiar to Kemalea, and all chronic dlaraaea of !!" """ r.', 1 moat, l.unga, lleart, ritomach, i.iver. Spleen hldneya, kin or otlier organ.. A epeedy cure warranted In all diaea-ea of a Svphillpllr or venereal character, without the uae of mercury or other pisoita,which deatroy the con.titution. Regulnr viaii. will be made during the year, giving Umae whe commence treatment, opportunity to continue till cured. Or. IV. baa fully onnliiied hiuiarll for the nra.-it nr 1.1 profeaaion. nf whih any peraoo .hall be aatb-tted by calling hi. nHiioa. No certlltrate of enrea nnh'Uhed. but rereronrea to .... number of patient, who have been cured, will be given tii The Poor Lilerally Considered. Any person aendlng a correct abitement of tlieir aymptnma, and enclosing i, will have medicine, adapted to their case hp 1 i.i uue ii.oniii or live weeka, acut Uiem by Ex preaa, Addreaa ' . H. W. WADSWORTH, M. D, BatavU N. V. tjT JT" ETAFTKII WITHOfT PalX, BT Gat.TAMSX. JEFFERSON BOOK BINDRY ! ! BOOKS AND MAGAZINES BOUND IN ANY STYLE DESIRED ! Blauk Books made and ruled to order. W. R. AU.E.V. New Book and Variety Store rriIE sulKcriber has opened a Hook nnd .y.a,ri,y R,"r' "Sno"' "ath ot Tl Collins, where will keep coni.uuitly on band STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS, Mlaceluuieoua Booka, SUtlonery, Pena and Ink Sheet Muaie Embroidery Silk pina and Needle. Drafting paper Embroidery Braid ljidiea' baeketa Tixaoe " W 01 king Cotton W illonCib. Blomng . Crochet " Skirt. Hoop .. POCKET CVTH.RY ASD tERh VMRltlS. a I? 1 I;;r. r me Dreaalng, Pocket, Cl.cle, Pull, Side and Back enmba, iolill atiinga, c A C'holee Mock of 'oiifitioiiarw Toy. of all varilie. to pleaae Uie little folka, and in fact al article, that are kept in a drat ela Country Variety Stor, MAGAZINES AND lU.l'STRATED PAPEK3. I .lull keen all the nootilar .,... .a . .. forl. an r.Ji S. ' , M P?l-ni 01 tne to call Aahtabula, April 22d, 1858. O. DICK. 436 Iron, Steal Nails. Olaaa mrA -a..,,- SWEEI IS,and old n.Me Hat bua Iron, ' '' X'"l 2 inch amiare Swedaimn J, Jt, 1, m, 1 V, and 2 inch, round iron. H. M lock K.mtii.i. ti 1 8take, Hand Hoop Iroi,, wldtha: .mall Round, Square and Nailn id'; '2?" m iiaai aaaoruueuiol all tbeae article, e... lf. a at Koi it k MoRKlSOM. Great Bargain at Ashtabula Carriage! $fp Carriages J Manufactun-rahard nu an. A,-- iL Z' T.U opjairtunlty waa .verotlere.1 lor getii,,,, liriawaj!. i. hla place. .11 anon if you want a barir.ii, I- ? ' avid from 20 to 40 dollar. I-., i' a.1'. ,UI(" ll pru rice. AIM). A Snlendtd 91..1. nf tl ... . ."""i OEl). HALL. aale, to ,h. In-ti "WandST" A.iitabuia, Au(. 1M 460 ceo. hall. CCTIOOL IJOOKS. Fo7d,ool books of muj sum cau aa J- tL CHAPHAN'A Book ft Variety Store, pallia Quia, Ohio. IJOHSE RAKES, Corn Plows and Cnl - s.a, in mrm Huailt, ua at a ery reaennable Jtobah, June 28, ISM, ' "' " JJUS. SALISBURY & HUMPHREY, or Tiia ECLECTIC and GERMAN1 Practice f Medicine, HAr.0 permanently located in this Dlace. of. 3.. v"io,."U wrviee" to U" l"W""i or Aahtabula, theliun;; ohar:ter, to which Su2 lw "tZLZ 'H-'lHKO.T- when' trea-ed .lieu any ni'a". .vttt'udT .", " vUi ich ar. purely and poJUvel. VW?." ShooU, ""-'''"" " " "J oarvou., or Acute treated by iry. Dboaae of Ui. Heart. SoIiml k.' " - ' -' mi"". s 1 v- iwuen auocaaafully IreaUid All iWuia AdVuL r odFev.rSra,g,rally cured. "--lu.ua, Cauaira. Female Heaknoaaea, whether Nerrou. or Oceaula n 1 otuerwlae, will be cured or relieved in a laW tiin, Thiaat near br, can consult them a their otlic formerly occupied by Dr. McCune. opa.ll Hrigham At Co.a' ClotTu.. Tho. at a distant can ounaolt hhn, by aenduia I11 eaa, with their full nam and aire, marked on tl.. "ud Special atumtion u to diaeae. of the Fra and J ki Uw BUaihlli.j uf Crooked Limb, ftc. WIMPHREY. 4S-' L'ailio. Jura rmmm Hewing , IfDWAJU) U. KOBJEHnj. OP h j ---- oeg "' lug vv A. . a lh. it . the more - n. I tody 1 lud them aiiVt cau "--- at of 1 have 77 7 ticle. a Mid tie the Eur 1 ' t 1 . .. Ad a-' fc-ar ur, ' 1858. IitlII ARniVAt, 18Ag, P I A IT O r O It TES. y MKLODEONS, Ac, to. ' C KO. II A 1,1,, af Ashtabula, Ohio, in A rltea the attention nf thnae dcalrlng to purchaae Inatrn nunta during the aptlng nr rummer to the fuel nf bla reia-iv-llig a large alora of Superior Slvlea and quality of i'liinoa and Meloilenna for the Snilng anil Mummer trade, on tenna to ault the " hard Dim Y, , fetd not a little plea.ure at tha frninent pralae bealnwed njwn the aiiprrlor quality of our In atruminta alreadyVild and tn-ff loave in aay, that our prearnt ator la aiierinr to anything vet received. Keinemlier that we buy nothing cheap nr inferior, and every thing la wiirrant ed i-erliTt. We will not have n poor mimabli Ihinr nhout tia If we can help It. Ve want a i7 down on 'Initniuienta If io,flhle credit will l given, of 3 and 8 mouth, for the balanre. OU Hanm md Mrlmlrim$ InktH im KTrknflfar Kem ! TOOI.S, C0VKHr, INMTniTTlON BnoKr, Aa, on hand. Young Ijidlca who are teaohlnir. can have In- i rtnimentiby pntlug a portion at the rl.ie of each term. 1 hnae who wiab tn nnler, will be Juat aa well aeri-ed aa thniiLdl I tli. y werebeie to aelrct. lo not rail to rail and look, though yon nray not wiah to pnrcliaaa at preeont. Itefer to II. KASSK1T, who will attend to the aale of In- ; atrument In our alweuce. fiaarai t, Milrdrant IWarat aj Ktpmred tnii Warranted (iKO. IIAI.l.. A.rll 10th, ISM. 4: HEW AKUANGMENT. AT TIIR Ashtabula Marble Worka. "I'M IE -M-. fnrnie subscribers respectfully in hers rcspectfullv in- F? form, me eitltena ena nf thfa and adjoining B . ! i nrrliaaed the entire ntnck "ft f j I ....... .. iik.iii, nnrviian iiieennre .toca nli' Jla-ble Ac, of Ihe well known ratnhlicniil of F.I J. Jooe. Co, they are fully pre.iarcd to furnlah" Aioiiiiincnts, Ilend-stones. Ac, of the heal Italian and Rutland Marble, tn rnnre- 1 ..... ... iiiiii.ii himi oe.lgn. We have, end will keep conatantlron hand, IWly carved t aiav lamba, Row. I.llllca, Wreatha, and lralariea.'on Mar. ble or any de.lred tntekneaa, alao Kurnllll'.- Marble of any patterna. Aiil.hrd in the neateat manner. raVea ''"' enc,0c,1 w'tb P"" cliiUn at reaannnble We eor.llnllylnrlteall.ro call aod aee Sir them aelvea, and examine our atocka and price, before purcha-ing elsewhere. Aahtabula, May 0,1857 WM. WII.1.AU1I. J. L. REKVKS. Cabinet and Chair WARE ROOMS. I SAA AGE, wonltl call the nttentionof J-e the cltijen. of Aahtabula And rlciuity, to hi. preaent atock, compri.ing . Mahogany SofH. ; - Tete a Tete. i " Centre Tablea, marble top. J .1 " Chaira, anrliig aeata ; " Roaewood, Maple, dreaalng ft common Bureau. : Quaiti'tta; ' Waah standa, enmmon Tablea, Beadttead and Stand. 1 Irge Mahogany rocking chair. ! Small " Large cane aeat, cane back do; Small " do. . ' Cane aent and Windsor chair. In Tarlety Jan. 4, 1X37. v 2-tf Sloe m, Stores! CTOVES. The subscriber has now on KJ hand a rery Urge atock of Kaatem made Stove, which will be aold at very low price, for caah. Amonir which .r. The F.agle Hot Air low oven Cook Stove. 14 fciurior " u " Centurion. (The beat elevated oven used.) King, elevated oven Cook Stove. Prentdent, mm. " Northern Light, - u Vnlou, u h Amizon. w a Wes'rn American " a a a Jewett A Root'. Parlor oven, The Cottage " 'eu iua " " (J alrea) pie N'o. 2 3 ft 4, Perurian Parlor, with open front The Oem Parlor with 0ven front. The No. 2 3 A 4, Ruasia Sliect Iron Pelf Regulatora. got in the l?at at ie: nlao a good variety or Hex Stove, aome of Which are well adapted to warming Churchea fc School Kooma. Al,tahKOct.2Mh.l85A. UE- - Hl BBA1U8 BOOTS & SHOES, L'urri 1 JIST RECKIVEII, by . ' ROOT & MORRISON v vm nr oio r.mponiim- 160 pair. Men', thick Boota, No.'. 8, fl, SO do do Kip Itoota, do 7. II) 60 do do Calf Hoota, do 7, 10, 116 do Boy.' thick Boota, do 4, 6, 76 do do Kip Boota, do 4, 6, 24 do Youth'. Call Boota. do H in 12, 11, 10, IU, 300 do Ijlcilea' Kip. Call: and Enamelled l enthar Do. Gent'. Congreaa, Oniter, Kid; Call, and Enamelled Leather: do llu.lalo and Ruhlwr Overalioea: Ladiea Monicco, Kid and Ijif ting Congreaa Gaiter. uv do Jenny Kind Patent leather and Enamellod Buakina; Silk luting Ouitera. foxed all ro,i,l- do Mnrocco aud Eiuunelled l.'MilUH Miaaea' lAxttng tvaitera, No.'. 10 und 12; do Enamelled and Calf Ijice Boots 10, to 2: Children'. Call Lace Hoota, for winter. do luting Tip d tiiiitera; do Moroccu Lace Hoota; Boy'a Calf, Kip and Patent Leather Shoes: Ladiea and Cent'. Rubhera, Uuakiu. and Sandala; do do Cork Sole. in laci everytmng in tne line or Boota and Shoe. Hiivint Liutwvtti.r ari. ..r 41. ,. 7i 1 " Winn iu ii 1 iv, ana imvuijr nrif Hwiw, ucm, m -orK, we juuik we can think w can wif.-li uiai. in nun une nn -H)t to be lieat. Call ax i.or a 1.1 . a "wwo HOOT & MOKKIriON. TJOUSE, Ship, Si?n, F'urnirure amJ ( AK11MGE P.1INTI!V(. ! I5IUSC0K & PENDLETON. leave to Inlonil the Inhabitant, of Ahtahula and vlcinitv. J "I" aiMip. over J. 1". Kobcrtsoli . .lore, where tney will be lound always on band to execute the follow. In a workmanlike manner, Plain, Ornamental, Fresco Sisrn Furniture, Enamel and Carriaire Painting, Imitatiuiis'iif all kinds of tt ood and Maihle, Flaga and ;aniirra Palmed for Proces.11.na, Ac, window shade, painted any dwign, Hioiiiinir I.aciuering, 1 arnb-hing, Jnnning, Ac Paperfng. Coloring uuvwasuiiig, uioxuig, ;e., are. u. ..1. . . . .....rn vj .1 ok i or uay. REFERENCES. Al.PRKD HHXllRy, II. L. M0KXI8OX, Ashtsbula, March 5, 1K58. Oio. Hall. 42H GUAFFKNBKUO I7AMILY AJEDICTNES, VegeUble Pill.. KETAIL PKICES. . . per box, 25 eta, " SM ct. . per bottle fl.oo "25 ct. " 25 ct. .. per box, bo eta . . per p'kg. 2i cU . per bottle Mlct. " r't.uo " l,50 " ),( tirecii Mountain Ointment. SarsaMirilia. Children'. Panacea Eye Lotion Fever and Ague Remedy . . , lleulth Hitter. Dysentery Syrup , , Consumptive', lialm Marshall . I ter. Ciitholicon . Oralleiiberga Pile Remedy . For mile by the city draggLta; alao by agent, iu'the princi pal town, iu Ohio. 1 nuuuui 01 ueiiiiu. HOME TESTIMONY. Hartford, Trumbull Co. O, March 7th, 1SS7 ...reoy remiy uial I nave been dealing In the Onillenlwrg Medicine, for Iks Mirf v... un.l ...?. I1 rr . .. ' hi d 1 i 1 l""'r Hint have met with T-in . !.' r , l'P'r " these. rt rularli Cilia aud Catholicon. They will readily la-rfnrm .11 .. d than is promised foi them. I have sold about tifty bot tle, of the Catholicon the awl aaon, and I hear the heat ro- -"j 11 m. juhasii.v, Medical Agt. l..A 1 . ri .. 1 . 1 " ' 11 1 . 1 , 1 ,".0, orauenberg Medlchiea. !U;r.UWi vl aau-miivv practice, arid one of the .fi iZ . , .. . 1 il 1 1 rumoiin 1 in wi.ich be reside.. This certihe, that I have used the Uralleiila-rg pill, and Marshall'. Catholicon, add here hy J. II. C. John!!,,;, " " 2 DracLtce to mv euiire MMiuiueii.. Tk... . : " ' - . sic a'aiu iiiemclne Hartford, Trumbull Co. 0., March 7. 157, am a phyalr-lan of thirty year"', practice. Wy principal ha been dliwaaeof feUwl. nJ, 1.. """" tu malarial ouuiiKismg u I terine r.tl...li. I ...... '.. B a fair iriii ...d r......A ...u..Air 1. . . r . . , " "'i-wii auviouitoviy .ucecaslitl in i irii T ' """W" "b" ymptooia of , , e'v cure one in leu. Now 1 radically cure at least aevent.i in twenty and mitigate - 7 "arauaii . i irruie Laiuellcon the freat ul.Ui( to btnalu 1 have met with. J. H. WILLIAMS, M. D, Charleaton. . wt Bedford, Cobochn Co, May 14. '67. OVlVr,;.... 2' mrST " U" '"irlne. .. . w..,v:i ,ur lu hui, urn lara, and have invariably found them to glva grmd aatWactiou: and thenill. aold to a irreat ft.... nl. " suv pin. aadaoltVv. -nd . T' , - g'"a"y Ihelr tea ' . 7 . ' V u,ry nave Decome a .tenia ar Mamhall a I teiln Catholicou i. . nx-dicin. tUt ha. ,7 . . .7 . leniaie aiseasea. One ladr I it to told me aha bad rl..,.l I . ... 1 than .In did from a long course ol medical trcatnieut lor ttioat aklllful uhaiciaua. ouia truly, JAUF WILSON. ! by BRMIAM k JOHNSON, Aahtabula. 1 W. H. Ai.l.KN, Jefferson. , A. R. lilif KV.H H. New Lvov. MoCAtiiaLANO, Kockcreek - ' T.CIiKTM, Tnimuull, X. PAK1S1I, Klng.vill, 1.. LYONS. Coniieaut. H. MOKOAN, llartagror, f. 11. MILLER k Co.. Auattubar. k. M. Nnniov. Andovar. R. HPHINO, Oeiaav. by ma Agent In all prludsil town In Ohio. Mjdicin and Agencies, addrew H. a. K1NOWLET, CLgvai ixo, ' Agent fbrOhlo- 430 v . . - . Warranted to be the best quality ! At tb eery Lowe.t Market Price. Alao, lMmps, Cans, Wicks, Set., for salt a: f .AAK, Main street. Aahtabula, Ohio, 41 ROOKS A STATIONARY. A few -cllOol Hook, of il.a lalat faahL.a ido n..t k... i.t 1 J r they would change .hen tk luouu full.) hut what w aio uuuia tMKlka raar, I'wui, Ink, n alar. "'Hxliii it, HOOT MORKISON. pUOUR! FLOUR I ! J hove made ud 1 aluui .u ,t ih, u.wvM pwibl flguiV . . ' J-VO. J. MuBMltl'SOef. e i ..ml '. a . to. f y If! V aW liuop, Alao, Iron 1-or.al.ciieapby i A XX with and arlliM ru.le ean T. a.. N. II. U. i)0 hlgheat O AU'IMON, Marnhanta and Trader, will b on thaly guard and ot be impuaed npon kr a emmtarrVII of Mora a India Root I'ilia, .lr;ned 4. H. Mimrt. All geaulne Indlae Root Till, have the oau and .Ignatore ef at. J. IF AIM t C , oa aeon boa. PH. Miiu.-K the Inventor of MORsr INIilAN ROOT P11.I.S, haa.ent the greater part of hi. life In travelling, having vi.lled Kl rope, A.la and Allien, aa well aa North Anie rica ha aient three rear, among Uie Indiana of our W eaten country It waa in thl war that the Indian Mont 1111a were (bat dlenvwred. ir. Mora, waa the Ural mall to oataiilKh the Ikot that .ill die,ioa arlwe from mri'HiTr or thr ni.onn tlrat our alrength, health and Ufa depende upon thlavlrainnld. hen the vailnu. paaaagea ia-come clogged, and do Hot act In jwrtVrl liarmony with the diHereiit hincllona nf the btxly, the hhiml loaea Ita action bccnniea thick, conui.teil and dl.eaied; thua oait.lng all Miina. aickneaa and dlftrva. of eery name: nnralrenglh ia evhanated, our health we are deprived nf, and If nature la not aaaiatrd In throwing nIT thul atagnalit humor., the Mood will liecnme choked and eeaae to act, and tlma mtr light of HtV will forever l blown out. How Impor tant than that we ahould keep the varloua paaangea mf the oooy nev aim open. And how pleaaant to n that we liave II In our power to put a medicine In vnnr reach, namely Mnrae'a I Imlian Root IMIla, maniinietnred fnim planta and rwta which I grow around the mnuntainnua rlllT. In Nature', garden, for he henlth and reenverr of dlaeaaed man. fine nf the mnta, from which the I'm, are mode la a Surdnrlde, which open pnraa of the akin, and aaal'ta Nature In throwing out the liner part, of the corruption within. The aecntid la a plant which i. an K vieetnrant, Out! njien. and nneloga tha pnaange of the Intiga. and time, tn a annthlmr manner, rlhrma Ita duty by throwing off phlegm, and other humor, from the limga by eo loua .plltlng. The third I. a IMurectlc, whlrh give, ease nd double alrength tn the kldneva: thua encouraired, they draw large amount, of Impurity from the blood, which la then thrown out bountifully by the nrinarv or water imaaagc, and which could not have la-en iliaeharrred In anv other way. TJie rourth 1 a Cathartic, and armnmauic the other pmpertlc. of I the I'llla while eno-aged In pnrilvlng the blond: the mnreer pnrlicle. of iinpuritv whlah cannot aaa hr the other nutleta, are thua taken op and conveyed off In great nuantitiea hr the I boweta. J From the above. It re hown that Pr. Morae'a Indian Root Pill, not only enter Ihe .tomach, but lacomc milled Willi the Wood, for thev flnd war to everv part, and minnlelplr root one and cleanae the ay.tein rrom all iiupnrily, and the life of thlf badv, which la the Idnnd, become, perfectlr healthy; con-e-' qiiantly all .Irkne.a and pain ia driven from the eyrtem, ftir 1 thev rannot remain when the laxtr hemmee pure and clear The ren.nn why people are an ill.tre.aed when alek, and whr I m many die, la heennae ther do not cot a medtclnr, which will pa to the aflllctod parte, and which will open the natur a! paaaaire. tor the diaeaae tn Ire caat nut: hence, a Ian quan tity nf mod and nthormalter la lodged, and Ihe atomaeh and lntetine. are literally overflowing with the eorruoted ma.. thna undergoing dlangreahle fernventatlon. con.t.mtlr mixing with the hlood. which throw, the corrupted matter through every vain and arterv, until lire la t-.een from the body by dia e ae. Hr. Morae'a I'll. I.S have added to thein.elve. victory rmuinnr niiniona 01 ttie aick tn blooming health and happlnewa. Ye, thoiiannda have been racked or tormented with elrknee., pain and anguLh, and whoae (eehle framea have be n aoorched hy tlve bunilng eleuienta of raring fever, am! who have been brought, aa It were, within a atep or the ailent grave, now atand ready to tratify that ther would have been nninliered with the d.-ad. h d it not been for thla I great and wnnderful medicine, Morae'a Indian Root Pllla. Af ter one or two doaea bad been taken, ther were aatoniahed, and absolutely aurprlaed. in wltnea.log theli charming elTer.t.'. Not onlr do they glee immediate eaae and atrength. and take away all airline... pain and angui.h, hut they at once (to to work at the foundation nf the al'eaae. which la the Wood Therelor. It will be ahown, eapeclallv by thoae who nae theae Pill, that they will an cleanae and pnrlfv, that diaraae that deadly enemy -will take it. flight, and the fln.h of youth and lienuty will i.galn return, and the proapect of a long and hap- '7 ... HIM l-nvilo inn lir.L'Mim vour o.y.. A. J. WHITE, A5 Co., Sole Prorrlrtora. AO lnnard Street, New York Mnrae'a Indian Boot Pllla .old br . P. JOHNSON. Aalita- unriiin, .'no., nou mi 1 irnirtn 10 mciiiciiie. Prlci ai ct. "v"'ron .r6 n. '.eneral Agent n HA.MARSH ART SUCCESSOR TO E. HOWELL WOL LD lvsiiectfully announce to thi. ' cltiena of Aahtiibnln, and anrrniinding country Hint he haa rtwntly purchaid Uieentire intiaeet nl E. Howell iu ...o .'iiK'ii-i iv-itutn uiiMioena in nil. iiumi vne .lit... i.i.. I. lv. 1 ..... ... . . v . " '. V" larr- Ji" i-neiiiv-.!. mm iimi ne ia premrril Intake roircct llkeiieaviea, in all the dillerent hranche. of the ar .nH i .1.. iniwl approved atyle Having had ae.-eral year1, exneriem 11 .1 . 1 ena"Wl 10 keep up Willi all the ilnnrovoinent.. and leel ufu In 1 .! . 1 .1 n I lflhll ..I .1. In ll.a.n..... I V . . . '. I11 , . . ' " v '"a w"i iiirn lah a. good picturea. and correct to the li a...... 1 ..i.i..i j aivwnere in tlila aectiuli of country. Nonlclurca .hall go ," ',"y ,l"lt "re nat ""ly aatisiacrory. and , "." a ...icl"."'" t"ken on lMUmt leather, If deaiivd. a a and Mine atiire Pin. tilled at. reaaoimble rate.. 1'artici I war lock- "7 K".. ."""'"If children.' likeneaaoa. Rooma. Ilrat it 11 ;.",IKK'"f c"llorena' likeneano.. Room.. I building aouth nl the Hank, Main-street, wh.re I can ln be found from H o'clock 1 11 iii J u . ....... r..,...rf - i,;n-:1.rf e. !'" I can nlwav. Old I'icti.rea copie.1, and new one. taken In any weather. Ahuibuli, July lith, io7 . . , " " V'"' o o r. .11. h. a. MARSH. 100,000 Acres Western Land forlal.. rVHE UNDERSKJNEI) IS SOW OF -I fi ring for sale One Hundred Thnnannd Acr-. , ..Yi. lute, situated in twenty-six dillerent Coiintie. in wa. live 'in Mmne,ot.i and two iu tt iscousin. Said land have been ae- ... " ' ' ' ' anai vnnr me Severn miI veam so. " ve wuvoeiu inev are .itoateil. All of then arc nimv or leas allect. d M the line, of RaUruad. projected .111 . . r . Igrert of completion. As the n v"r """i".! increnaea, uiey will rapidly alli ance . r 'orv iiiceuieiiui u tne aiacu n tiu Lr ",,tler u- A Liberul Credit il.. 'lT" i" -' ,H 00 Mn7 r the, land. Some o- til l.s. i If I 11 111 Oood Property, including personal and real wtate, thuaalTordlng pereon.ow,. ing snu.ll Iannis town aud village pm,rly an op,a,rtiinitv t ;, . r "' i"'"-"v ""'si uesiiaoie home o any ilcslnible size, with timber and i,r.lri.H,. v c. , . thriv ing weat. The uth, lieing' derived direcilym; li!. Cm.' tua uucAWHiuiMuie, Mia win ie vrarriited. mll hU reeuence- I'vnnaj lvanU A.enu'e, A.htabula, 0. n f hVaaltlV I I a - PARE REDUCED ! The" Regular Kara fmsn aat.t.Ki. nr You that want tn vide. I,... a . .. talon ll.i. II... Vk '" .. ' , 7' . r "mioruiDly can do 0 bi len stocked with ' " '' lor! hT!;.eL without Vi,. i " ' "rl,:.own."'r". " FAXXIXfi Mri.T.s TT . ,v. MAU.Mt now eommpiinor, i10 nr.,,,,,. I'aclurlng of FAN'.vl.Vf! MIl.l s ir. i,i 1. 11. . during a better artlel. il... " "T T l'" I tlma making it proHtablc to the far.uer. to uae hem i ...... a 1'uu jr Mill Merita. rU'STl,,'. &J.-?... pe. uarlich of Cars. (Vl,l, .J. ....'"T' eerr ,.7 . ..if vr vara, iroin me wheat, and X.lllVr-2Z?amnM kil"I t trrnln ar.u lMV.ru Mill ..III 1 -...viusiiHiiii. III. not !e3V. '." m,", nv e-raiury-lia. more slve. , . 1. r j "" 1 um. suonmiivoo eaay is anlatanthilli made of giKul ,.terial.and will be aold el...... ' .1 goon mill can la- bought at. All order, promptly attende'.' Simp on Hunker rim. LEWIS M.CKOSBV. 441 Aahtabula, June lit, lo5S. HOLD PENS-Thebcst in miirki7 ir STEELE'S in Africii. v INOsSTON'S Travels Ir a una, ana J. w. Hradlev edition n. a ge..iisei.uonN,dTh Angel of the Demono. a tele nf !-....j..sui uy i. 3. Anniir, tor ante by . M. f). DICK rjLOOK REPAIRING All pc.,... livln In the vlllnu ...A it. - ...V... . Repaired at their Dwelling, by leav ing'thvir nanua-at o,v shop. , - . ...... A. IT. rir. tl.E. X E V G O O I) U I STEELE is just receiving u fresh supply of Oood., la hi. line, call and i 1 1 ' A.hubula, "ct. li7. due 9A TONS OF J aim Of Kuasiil, IKON emliracinir all SwM-d. aod Vnrli.h ICIut M,.r I.. iwiiiiu aoo m uare iron, or a 1 vv.u r,n. 1. tut, in Ll 1....!.. hand, Slake, Scroll, oval, and Half Buuud Iron. KSJ Uhla. Nail Koda. 26 Blila. ftorinir SUl assorted sires Amarioan, BugiUh Blister. Ueruuvn. and Cast tceL V mieUm or OEO. WILLAKI). Heavy Ooodi. 64 ett Steel Ellptlc Springs. 60 aeitt Iroo Ax lea aaaorted. 600 aette Slrao Hlneea. Alao. Patent and ILill Patent Aale. Anvil. vr,-. 01...1 Bench Screw, Waggon Boxc, Mulleuhle C.istlnga A! OEO. WlLLArll). CHAIN PUMPS!! GAIN would I notify my friends and the -ubl!c tliat 1 am .till uuwufacturLir v EN( LISH tlALVA.VIZED KON Tl'UIXO, of Bo,rlor quallly allowed bv all who have had an opportunity of i.iug, l..lii.g it. U,U aud JjurobUu,, to be decidedly lh. beat in uae fur elevating water ti.r all practical l.uriaiae. My Tubing la .11 Vnnled to be aa renreaeulstd. he'll of tli, beat No !i4 A .,.! Uoitoniud Ir.m Aner u.mg this kind of Pumu from ,. lo f...,r ...a, coiiiineud theui bring the HE.-vT in uae . . ruLLKK, ' Hki'IIK WaIkUi, J. K. OinDigua, J. C. A. In auaaix, D. Cilif.L, A. WiM.aA, J. A. iiaasar, , l. r hii'k u, tt . C. ilowau., L. Cuarra. t. B. Wooi.Hi ar A. Pi.n,, . . 11. N. Smu-kr, Divia, J. A. Onii.iMoa, H. Tl DAT Pump eopetantlv keot nn 1.. ..A .1 rvwit w . , Beaaonabl reduction mda to wbuiewl bujers. Je(T.on, Ohio, June , 1858. - V' 000 U5&i of WOOL WANTED "u.yUV on w.uut, or tot eh. for which the priue will CIO. WILLAJtO. 1 Ss 1ST! hi msm rMniaouu 4 ' the ' tr-murk tlie sUZ-.sT -Feyee presa, J Soiitti l rill up b ao oar.-ia; bula, 1 fcr that Itlirst for. aud new give 1 li barkel tlte and found. ..1,11 f u I 1 Ji r - PR. ROBACK'S i Hlood I'urificr, ami UluoJ Tills. HlrtAr VANQl'tSHKP ' ' Br Dr. Robck'i Scandinavian RemedUa. 1 1 1 1 1 i a 1 s 1 1 . 1 1 1 i 1 1 4 J!lt!!!!lllt!ill!ll ' ItlCUIItillllllltil I! ft A- S t"'.' AFTER YEARS of Stn.ly un.l Ex.-cr- I V Inient, Dr. Kobark, the Eminent Sweadl.h Phvrielan .iireeeded in producing a medicine fiom tweiitv-th?e diireren) .pecle.nf moantaln heibe nf hi. nalli e land, wMrh act. .Ilnct ly iiioii the eauaer ordUeaae hi the blood. and by raatnrlug tha corrunled fountnlnnf llle, to a condition of health and purltv evKll. dlaenre from the a alem, whciever it may lie locnted, Of whatever may lav it. chara-ter. Indlge.tloti', nerroiia com plain epileptic, and otlier flta, enngha, enti.iiinptlnn In II. early .lagea, aore throat, bronchllla, fever and ague, aallima, low .ilrit,aexiial Incapacity, feminine weakneaa, prlrkllug of Ihe akin, avmptmnalic or pmalraia, ihenmiitiain, nenialgia, tu tmor, cancer, iliahetea, lawltnde and dehilUr, diarrhea, and al nlhcr di.ordera or thenrgana of reanlrall.in, the liver, aud kid ney., theatonmch. tne nerve, nr the muanilar lll.'r, are uner rlng'y cured hy thla preparation. It la to the mnlrrm mnrh or aoed. af diee what an alk.ill la to nn acid: It neiitraliea them with aliaohile cert.iluty, while at the name lime I! regu late. Ihe aerrcMnna. reinovea ohrtnicilnn. from the bowela, Crealer aptite, renew, brallly rigor, and regenerate, every nnliiml lunclb n Such i. the nnt'.ire. anch are the elleeta r'f Drt llolmck'. famoiia Svandinav i-m Hlood P'iritier, w hich. If taken in coni unction with I la -'(vrndlimvliin Hlood Pll!., will not only obliterate the mnt painful dUeawv, lait jireveut their reciirrcnee. and lengthen life lavnud the ordinary apan. Iu the So-mdi'iav im Vegetnhle lllood Pill's Dr. Rohack prenta the reault of twenty veara of evperlvinre, ha'd .tudv arid experiment a. lo what a perfect pill ahould he. No one can d. in I it their aiiierioilly after one aingle trial. Prl-eof the Seanillnavian Ulood I'llla, gl cent, (ear box. or lire Tor tl. ' Paar, Miami County, Ind.. Aug. 4, 1S.17. Dr. C. W. Roara: 1 have received an much benefit from your Scandinav ian Hlood I'urlller and lllood PHI., that I have thought it my duty, and It Ia no leaa mr Inclination, to give you a plain alatomeiit of my caae. I waa for yeara alllicted with that banc of all comforta, and eulrieiicr In' hueine.., dya peiada. To recapitulate all the an. called reiiiedle whlrh I have u.ed to rid myaelf of thia di'-enac. would indeed make a melan choly catalogue. 1 al.n consulted with the lieat phy.lciaiui I could hear of. I waa induced to try your remediea through tlieperauiisinoa or a fi lend, aud aftor ii.lng them a few day waa gcratlv hent-ntted, and in a ahnrt time, lea. limn a month I wn euUrrly and permanently cured. I waa alao alllicted nun me nhai violent nervoita ueailaclie, which 1 .lippoae wa- productil by tny disordered .tnin,irli, for when my dixpcp.1 . left me, my headnche left with It. 1 now feel better In even reaped than 1 h:ive for ten years. Very truly ynura, JOHN S. DEMCTH, CrwivXATI. Frldar, Sept. 4, 1W Dr. RnnACK Dear Pin Having taaen alllicted with neural gia or rlieiimatlani lor the paat year and a half, and havino aeen your nieilicine, called the Scandinavian Hlood Puriller, hiirhly recomuiended by gentlemen with whom I am aruualn-i-d. I waa induced to try it, but not hvrnro I have uaed varlou. otlier medicliiea. After using two bottle., I felt It. elTect very aeiislhly, and li.on using two more, I found my.elr pei fectlv cured. You will allow i... il.nPnrA ::.... you iimn makli.g a discovery In medicine which la proving l aelf to he a worker of uch wonder. In the ilirea.ea of Hie hu man amlly - OEillttlF. S. RKWETT .' Loa'1 Editor Cincinnati Dally Eiupilrer. . ' IxniAXAfot.m, Wednedav, Kept. 2. 1S57 Dr.C. W. KnaArg-riearSIr; Ilavhig been troubled fo aeveral yira with extreme deihlllly ai d wcnklles an much that I waa iinnhle tn attend to my ordinary business at time and having heard of the wonderful easea that vour Sranilin,. viar, Hlood I'urilier and Pill, were effecting, 1 wan Induced bv a frlond to try them. . . I have been using the puriller for the Inat twelve month' and lind the medicine fully eouol to ita recommendation.. .. valnalile I. Ita nae to roe that I cannot now dlinnse with tin uae of it at my advanced arenf life aerentv-aeven veaia Iclieerfiillv give thia inlonnation for trie brnelit of tho,. similarly aliecte.1. MllURIrl MllRHIH. 1 he above certillcatea and manv nthera. can be ai en at n office by any one at any time, llet one of my Family Medic; Alinauai-a. gmtta, fiom my agenta. Maniiractme, Sale-Koolii. anil nffice, N'o. E iat Fourth 1 3d huitdiog from Mnln atn-et, Cincinnati, Ohln. . , Koraile hr lieo. Wll.l.Alin, IlKXHAM JoilMI, Asht .b . hi: K II S1111U1, Ea b-ville: R E -itone, Orwell: R W n.,,1 H'lMiainsllehl: IV li Allen, Jelleraon: I. I.von, t'onneiiiif Ticknnr, West Williamalleld: II Pratt, W.vi.e; Alice A lln rington. Colbmnk: S Hathaway A; Son, llnil.grore: A R He,' with. New Lyme: P Mead. West Andover; II I, Slaler I eo W W Herrlck. Richmond Centre; M Hates, Pieri out; A Mcfanaland. Mortran: li W Andrus. East TY.,.,,l...i. 11 11 . .. rerell, HarfieiwHehl: .1 ft Dale, Anstinhurg: A Ugn'mge Ply outh: V l'.irrih, King ville- I'haa Barrett. .Amlmv: Smltl. W bile, hellnggaville: H E Clark, SlielHeld; Sni age ft -l. nian.Savhrook: B Northam, (,'eneva: David Van Epa. l i.lo vllle. and hr HrilgLTlst and Merchant, genenilly, I HEALTH OR SICKNXiSST Choose Bel wem Tktm. IIOLLOWA Y S P I T. T. S T,IK 1,,'0, fl,1'nisl','8 f niaturiul ol ever B'wd ubre In the liunutn frame. Wl imr it MCU.l' llfiittll lo erv Ortmn: when N.rM.i.i It l.aa. Ntniy (..oaticer. tiiM-aw. Jl'tl.LoVVAV'rt I'U.LS oiNfrmtf tli teeny upnti li.e t'.eii.tuU.oi tbe Mienni of Hie, iieutruliiinr I, r....v.,..r .i uij-e-;(fsf, aiiu uiut rsuiuiny cnrinu thf nmlu. WlK'tJjl r llli.'ittl-J III tilt nt-ViM. ti.B (4.. .1... U 1- a. ti.er tne uiuhcies. tUe ikiu, tliebraiii. or ttujr'uther part ut th USED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD: IIOi.l.OWAV.S PlI.LSareeuuallv ellicri,,.,. I,, ,,, ii . ouuiioii to ilie whole htiuian race, aiid in disorder. i.e..ii, '. cer.aiu climate, and loalltie.. Dyspepsia aim iieninL:eo.eiil ol' the. liver ti. lim it.! and aolleiliig, and the cause of innumerable dea l. ield to these cunititca, ill all aiaea, however agmmteil, m ii'gaa a mild purgative, alterative and tonic: thev relieve t bowels, purir.v the llui.ia, and iuvigoiaU) the av.Uui and tl . constitutiuu ut the aaiue time. General Weakness Nerrous Complaints When all stimulants fail, the eaoov-i.llo.r (....I K.i . . ties of these Pills L'ive hriin.ess tn the .,.L1,, :...i' leeblid muacle. ol the lictim of general debility. DKLICA'IE FEMALEd. All irregularitle. and ailmenta incident to the delhate ., A ariiMiire oigana ol the rex aie remoied or preienU-d by lev dose, of these mild, but tnlallible alterut'.ve.. So mother wl. .rvi.iue oer own or ner cuuareii . health abould tulllohavi tliem within her reach. iSUlKMlFIO ENDOUSKM EN'I'rt. The Unidon 'rijuiceL" th Ijindim v-MiMiici tj..-iu o .... most emiuent of the faculty in (iieat Britain, i ramje aiu. tiennany, eulugued Uie Pill aud tlu ir iuveutor. , tlolloway's Pills are the lest remedy know in tne worm for mt Jolloicms diseases: Asthma Diarrhoea Bowel Complaint Dmnav Indtgeatloa liiihieuza Inflammation. ' Inward tt euknea. Liver Complaint. Stone aud Oiaiel Pile. W omw of all kind. Cough Debility "I11" Keverand Aim t.'hi'st Dinea8e tnstiveneaa Keuiale Couiplaiut Invnea. of Spirit Ilea due be euercal Aflectlonf D.iaiiepsi ecouitary symp- loina t "'AI TION! Nr.near rrennln. .mlo-u !....,. 'Iiullutrau, JtlC iurk and lj,.dan " are Hi,ee.r.,... A .u . u-... in every leul of tut, book of direction, oiound e..cl isitor lsix:the aan.e uiav lie nluiulv ...n 1.. .1.. . Ittjkl. A balidsiiine reward will Is- given Pi anv one Tei. """' ooiiiiiaiiun aa may lead Ui the detection of party ur aiiliv. ouuiiterleiting the iiietiicine or vending tl, ine, Knowing tiiem lo be .puriora. -Sold at the Maiii,r..irv ..1 pr. . it . Maiden Ijiii. ..rw S ork. and hv all ,,..,...,.1.1.. 11 . iHMlera In mediciiie thrninrhoul the 1 r.iiul wt..t.. u.i ., .. world, in bono, at cents. HI 1-2 neut. ...,l 11 1. tThere is a aunslderable wtvlmr hv I..LI..., ti.u ...l.... ' and Ague permanently cured, or no charge, ar"l'nticiil at a di-tinre can have tli-dicine tu.nl hv r atlilresaiiig a letterdescrihiiig their ayuipUiin. and enelit 7 KEIMIBAI), Sum-sHor to ll.i T TtHiMliS, at bis old .Ul..ihei Bbop on duo of Uie Lf-vik. bu now nn IuiimI. &nd for nr. a ittrire aim. ?.... id iuiJiiiiiiit of l.arnett ol avrv demri,.ti)ii, wnicit tn i-fli for reaAJy Iamv, u low u out br (.mml em- J.en lu tin mnty. FrAuui wiUiiiiK to hoy m n4 titxtt.irtal trnui it oini.te imriH-r-i, will niid tt ui uifir mivuMMg to ouii am eAiiiiiie liU work t-(ot pureUaiiiub tlM.ivl.tre. All work xt iu the newttBtvl, ftiid fur eleeiinoe eUid durability, oujuoI HuriMiwMHJ. All work warrmiitd. Will" HU atwrtniit of VS Iiij wtw nvrer as larj e nor hall cheap as at iniit. lln is alHn nreuirt-d to do all kiuds ol trimiuiitfr with DMtnew ana di"-tch. Ki.tA)Hi.vii, of all kiudts, promptly attcoilwl to. D not fitr Ktth pbtcv, Onf door south of tha UanJt, Uaio 8tret, .Khta Ouiu. Juow 27, 1H67. Wi . ASIITABUEA UUEWERV, W0, NiTTAi. rcspecl fully informs tin Inhabitant, of Ashtubula and it vicinity; that be prepared to .upply tbero with Englibli untile Kciinct, Slock und present uae Ales, of the finest qtiulity, warranted gamilue, and recommended by Medical Geutlenten the uae uf iuvelid and private hiiiiili. Aahtabula, June 7, loos. 442 ; Ambrotypes, . Photographs, Moluinolyptis, & Daguerreotyp'. W(J. NORTH, of Cleveland, Ol.io, would reactfully inform the citizen, of Aahtabula, hei. prvtsiied at all time to take, lu th beat at vie, th and most durable life-like picluir. that may be culled Having hi mi engaged lu thia Art lor a uumlwr of years, bav iug 11 Krl, cl kiiowletle of chrniical. used in produc ing bwuitiful reault.. aiid irepiitg up witu the time iu any or valuable Improvement iu hut liu, b la hilly abl to the best 01 aati.laction. Vi e aie daily taking the richest Ambrotype. that can be round In tbe Ulea, All are warrant ed durable, aud will ault any who may favor ua with a eall, MelainotyisB picttii 1 getting to b very aipulr, are very iiitaiile fur locket pletui., Ibey ran untitled iu any ahaia-d ur ens, tliev make very brilliant picture, .liiiil.r t. Ambrolyte. Photograph maguiiied to any .iae desired, oolured tru to ualuie by on of th beet Arliata to b Pnotogiaph. mud from .mail picture, or living or deceased prstm, od eolored In till. - Kuuierou. .tatciuMiii. o. lie, 1. .1 u., asi auouiu it nappy lo wall u i,y ' the citineo. af Ashlalaiia, that Uiav b tislllng I'lereuiui whether wlsbiim llkeuesavea or not. All ai iitv .wl L,.r.,l i Kooio. op.u from A. M, till P. M., at Melutleon Hall. 71 lienor .tiect, W. C. W' it rii. rirwiiu, wprn tar, lorrti. jft I'lll iiFTiiTT 0 BAI Ei fsrpela, jutairtrd' Pattam. A Maitw; alao, a Bos saaertaieut of I 1 B.ls Ooma Floor (ill fluilt. 1 a 1 M i! tl I ', 1 r 1 ,! - 1 r;tr& ' 1 j V llire dla-s. Cil t la th t now warrant aud In t ia It h ? -'l'"',l-v wer Tb of Ui may th 0Ki. WI1XAH1. 15 A8SOCtATlC)N If- Pill A D . . ftf.m, a' ear rw "ITmnrM tn, a.' I a. A.,. J Pt'ff'. 'IM E1I0WAIU) A.NM)L1ATI0V t fortunate vl, tl,n. f . " I .TTP'""." 'acticd upon tl,. B. e i TiiTp '! "l'tlie ... ""illng amg.n, , f A Kir A ft 1 .10 ar" llll-l"-ieo Mlelr con.,, Ai'T wnrlhi ofthelr nan, rcalineitt of this ela. of dl fts n a Dtaoeowtrv Ihs IU. ""a. In all Ibelr fh.ma. aud to go-- iir.i'i. ai, ant II r iji.a with adewilptlonnf their eondlu'on. '... apply In letter. iag-,necupatlon, hihit ilfsm the tieatii.eut of Sevtiuil III Janun.y 1st. 1"M, etpre". the highest a-ae., f,.r i), i" year ending rum s, which h. atlended Hi l.laira nf th. t aim.iaelion v. Ill, to. "'laultJiig Sur- rcun in roe cure nl .-i.erivv.inri i.nr... v.&M.t...i .. pteiic.Onhorrhira,tlleet, Svphlll., th. vh-e of (liiaiilam . . ell-abuse, Ac, and Oilier a continuance or the annie i,lan ?. the en.nfng year. 1 . 1 " ,wr Th. Illrecjoi on a review nf the past, feel aamred (hat tlu ir lalsirs In this sphere nf hrneviileiit eftort b.v. n . ... . F r-.,,...n, v. eiiai,.,M lin- givat In ix ll t to the alllicted. vhey have resolved to devote then i-sieci.iy 10 III youpg. and to till" vow iiniairtant and much dc.pi.ed cause ami renewed aeaL An ndmfnthle Kejiort on Sjiennatorrha-a or Seminal Weak nea. Ihe Vice or (Inanlaln, oaaturliation 01 Keif Araiae, and otlier dl.ea.e of the Sexnill Organ, by the Con.ultm. Sur ','.wl",,' wl" " "7 nrnll (In a aeuled Knv'elora. ) HIKE r-MlAK!!R, th reedpt or two alanu fo, age. Other He,a.rt and Tructa nn the nature and treatment of aexnal iHaoaivea, diet, oH are eonstantly Nlng puhlrshed gratinlno. di.trilaitlon. and will lav sent to the afflicted, Some of tlK new renreille. and methods nf treatment dlacoe fred I dnrlog theln.t year .re of rreat value. Addre.-. Or 0E0. hi. CAI.OIII'V. Comnilllng "orweoo Howard Aa.nclation.Nn.gviouU, HlS'tll Street, l'lilladelpbut. Pa. By order of the Dlrectora. ... iEO. rtmrtni.D. ecratarr. K7.MA D. MKAI1TIVI 1,1.. I'resl.lent. Fever and Ague, from which mankind MlTer over a larpo pnrt of the frlobe, is tho ronacncn're of a tliaensrrl action In the ayatem, inrltied by the pniniHtma ioia,m of encuble decay. Thi exliRlatiiin ia evolved br Hie Action of eolar heat on wot anil, and riae witli tho watery rapor from it. While the aim ia below the horizon this vapor lingers nenr the earth's sur face, and the Tims is taken with tt throuRh tha lung's into the blood. There it acts a an irritating poison on tha internal viscera and excreting organs of the body. The Hrcr becomes torpid and fails to secrete not only this virus, but aUo tha bile from, the blond. Both the vims and the bile accumulata in the circulation, and produce violent constitu tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and tha stomach sympathize wnh the liver, and becoina disordered alao. Finally, tha instinct of our ar ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the noxioua infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the body in the internal excretoriea to force thorn to east it out. The blood leaves the surface, and rushes to the central organs with congestive violence. Thia is the Chiix. But in this elfcirt it fails. Then tho Fkveb follows, in which the blood leaves the cen tral organs and rushes to the surface, as if ia another effort to expel the irritating poison through that other great excretory the akin. In this also it fails, and tbe system abandon the attempt . exhausted, and waits fbr the recovery of strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day. These are the fits or paroxysms of Favsa and Aovn. Such constitutional disorder will of course under mine the health if it is not removed. We have labored to find, and have bund, aa ' antidote, .;i . . . ,. : Ayer's Ague Cure, . which neutralizes this malarious poison in tKa blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from tho body. As it should, so it does cure this afflicting; disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more, or rather does what is of more service to those sub ject to this infection. If taken in season it expela it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keepa those who use it free from its attacks ; keeps the system in health although exposed to the disease. Consequently it not only cures, but protect from, the great variety of affections which are induced by this malignant influence, such as Remittent lever. Chill lever, Dumb, or Masked Ague, renodtcal Headache, or Bi ious Headache, Bilioua fevers. Neuralgia, Hheumatism, Gout, Blindness, toothache, barache, Catarrh, Asthma. Palpita tions, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterica, Colic. Paralysis, and Painful Affection of tha Stomach aud Bowels, all of which, when arising from this cause, will be found to assume more or less the intermittent type. This " Aoua Cubs " removes the cause of these derangements, and cures the disease. This it accomplishes by stimulating the excre tones to expel the virus from the system : and Iu"' "IS"" by degrees become habited to do this their office of their own accord. Hence arises what we term aeclimatation. Time may accomplish tha same end, but often life ia not long enough, or is sacrificed in tho attftmrt . whfla tl.v. ti im . does it at once, and with safety. We have great reason to believe this is a surer as well as aafer remedy for the whole class of diseases which are caused by the miasmatic infection, than any other which has been discovered : and it has still another important advantage to the public, which is. that it is cbcip as well as good. PBEFARED BT DR. J. O. AYE II & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Pwc On. Dollar psr Bom... Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itself such a renown for the cure of every variety of ihroat and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho evidence of its 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 iu quality is kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all U has ever been found to do. . Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOB All THE PURPOSES OF K PURGATIVE MEDICINE. . For Costivrnbso; ' Fob the Cuhb op Dyspepsia; For Jadndicb; For the Curb op Indiqestioh : Fob Hbadachb; For the Ci'rb op Dysentery. For a Foul Stomach ; Fob thb Curb op Erysipelas; For thb Piles ; For thb Curb op Scrofula ; Fob all Scroptlous Complaints r For tub Cuhb op Rheumatism: For Diseases op thb Skin, Fob trb Curb op Liver Complaint: - For Dropsy ; . Fob thb Cure op Tetter, Tumor and Sax s Kiibum i ' For Worms j . " For the Curb op Gout; For a Dinner Pills For thb Curb op Neuralgia t For Pukifyino thb Blood. They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use to any . quantity. , ' ,' Prlos 25 cents per Bo j Six Boxes fo? $1.00. Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personages, have lent their ' umiit-a to cermy the unparalleled usefulness of these , , remedies, but our space here will not permit tha ' insertion of them. The Agent below named fui liit.li gratis our Amehican Almanac in which ther are given ; with also full descriptions of the above ' complaints, and the treatment that should be foi lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with cither preparations they make more pro6t oa. Denisnd Ayer's, and take no other. The sick have it" bt Bi1 thete tbeW' 1-eT Should All our Remedies are for sale by L.i- a ViT- ,' a "'"'lri Ailiooy; I..!. Wsatar.CoB .vaut A. Mrt au.land, Woman; A. J. llillri, AluU.itairi. and all Ut-awr lu M.-ilicino. .rami tat re. . VAa lu U-tcinsi everrwlMre, tk& A Hook for. Everybody. tJi STAUTLIXO DISCLOSUHESl Till i i'i' Kraat work for tli majTitL er Uiuae conttfinulatlu inarria t two hlindretl pKa full q( . PLATES. Trios 26 or ii la at-nt te all aart tnidvr al, by mall, aviaa , ftJ'OOO co,ira vtilvl lh paat y.ar. 'Hi aluglu inarriid, aud th ' Bianled hui,y. A luctur. ua tut; or how to sliuoiu, Part ner a oouiult-Ui work oo Mid wiliery. It ooiitaln liuu.lird, ol sacrat nvr twCur publl.li- . .11 - - ..rrunlul ... , - time tlia amount aaked tor It. UA out lu iwd pnatajre .laur,.. .nrloawl, aill .cur . c,.y by rr.tur. b-L oil whioh hi. book treat.. Aililre- " " T. J. TKl.l.lt, If. f No. , llvaver .t., Aluiliiy. 1. Y. rjDB. VirHois rum Ph i . si . i ' ,.f.' H.ii i. rectiuu.. -.nt by mall. Addrew Dr. Ti.ls. aa'anov. 1,40 Atwater'a Premium K k $'25 Sewing Machines rutent'd LU maV 6tb, lHfra. .tv .uiavriir Having nureli.aed tli rlfrlit to tnu Iowa-nip bv HadiiiHi. tak. ibi. uillid to Irt tl."- wi.l.u. iurclia kuuw, wlutr llivy nan (.I 111. lot buiily Maeltlia lu iih, ttd wuuld wy that b will dvllv.r, .ul up, anal vry Ilailiii.r l.r Mil tu b irlvot In all It part, a tlirtv ha reorutly Imw-d oo or two huiritvniiiui uo la ir. tlut-hiua, wr bt-llrrt It now .tanua without a rival, sue jut wliajt ev.ry family nt-eda. waaawaidvd tli. I'lrrt Pn-iiilum st tli N. Y. Hlal Faia .rH7, t, Halo, (let. Vih, 1vlS7, for It Munpllrlty, liurabilll ' aod Frartiral Cliliiv. . , riliistirs. and lirlr VVIImui' Lluh iirietd ULhia nOWAftlJ MEDICLNEHKIiWC OK CIIAHils- t, i '""V '" "NIsH the Asaochillon ciMiimand. th l.ial.al, iTa I"? ""I age. and will furnish the moat ,,. p'eTn. nC 'k " ! U, The Dlreetrir. of the Aa-ortal on. I Vol ! ". "ahu-lit. , mm in cnp ot 4.,xn... r"T ft -B- 1 lu cointtlH'iD. alav Maoli'u eaa u an and ttd at the rlfan aouaoriuar, whr h wlU U. Ilpiy to wait on muf wit bvior l.lm with oall. lit, a Net-die. krpt oo band far aooituitiaMlaUi.M of Uio wli tuay aetal. BraM-no oa tret, oar tli Kplwooal Churul. J7 . t ' .'- Aahlabuls, Au. 171