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-it JAMES TEUilllir). IrLcJojporLderLt in cu.1 tilings. ffil so nsr 'ADVANCSH, ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER II, 1858. ' WHOLE NUMBER 403. VOLUME IX. NO. L- :CLY iM I;ALM ii-ii -U- 11 Li ' A 1 i ' TKII.1I or MTIWCKIITiOM. Strtetly In ade, U """' l t lb .ad of tl jot, Xw adiierws three mo. 4 flf two mnare lit Dint, 00 tin sonar nn 0 . s-pisr three wU 1 onesouare three mot. one sousi six mo. .,, J pi Hiiutt nil vear 00 on 'uar oil year four tiurc one year half column mn year t no 11 00 26 00 a oo Business Cnrd. of Bot overs! 1 line pet year Twelve line, or less of this ar. ir " -l-ihl .i. Notices of nior than v lines unless of trmv"I ,ter tt will irlrU..tW.r. r.t. a rfvertlslng wtta I'HINTINO f .v.rr dturipUon ttaDfled to on oaU, In the. mot tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AllltlliISS' HANK OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS From 9 A. K. to 12 M. and rrnm 1 to I P. M. Exchange on New York hlf per cent, T Pit J Iclaiia. FARIUNOTON & HAIX. riyclBTiB and 8urKin Offlc t lb olo itaad of Ir rirlntnn. . H. rAHKIJHITOM, M B.V B. . U. M. . .litl)ul, Jn, 1. IHVt. OTRENTIsa, M. D., Mouroeville, Huron Aitorncr. n ALL. KKLI.OGO. ft WADE, Attorneys at I..w, Jrtfr.on, .lalitabiila Coiltfty. Ohio. ,"'" ," Un aaid t Cnialon, Uoaaty-lAnd, ami I'aMnl AppllaaUuaa. fcr r , , AuakHT S. Hi.i., lroeiitlnf Attomay. "f "' 1 Ais Kai.!.ouo, SUKUMAN ft FARMER, Coonxillnm at !', A.htahnla. Ohio. AUorncvs and i Cll AHLKd BOOTH, Attorney ' wltor at l.n. A-litah.ila.ohl'.. ond Conn 4tw V B. OIUP-M AM, Attorney at Law ia.tlc of the Pane, Oiiminlwlonw of led f.r Mlcliliran and lo,w.. MHea Hire doom at of tha Tremont Houa. Conna:tnt, O. ' . ' ciTXbTKE. ft WOODHUHY, Attorney", J.lf-Mon, A'litibula Bounty, Ohio. l . l Caatraa, . B. Woooddbt. I loU'la. FISK HOUiSE Aahtabula. Ohio K. L. Floii- anoiiK, Proprlto. An Omnibaii running to and from every train of era. . Alio, a good llvery-aUbla kept In eono-tinn Willi thin hnnar, to on.-y paannyla to any point 470 aTiKUIOAN , HOUSE John Thompson .ffiTrTwoni Ohio. , - ASLl'l ABULA HOUSE, Robert C. Warm- Antonf A.htahula, O. 4. j: . Ulcrt-lmnta. ; j S. HEXHAM, Jr Dealer in Dry Goods, Groce- rte. Crockery and Olaaa War, and all tliope artlla unially . found in a omiplct and well auni.lii-d onuntiy ftorw. N-w BuikUiift, 24 door aouth of the Fik House. An)itabula,0. 470 KWWARD II. ROBERTS, Dealer in Fancy and Staple Ory 0ood, ljdl-' L'loaka, Kara, Sklrta, Conwta. t'liolce (iroceriea, .Shelf Hardware, crockery, c, &c.( I'Uk'f " 11 '"' A,lllu"l' " ' TYLER ft COLLINS, Denlera in Dry Goods, Gro-ertea, Crockery, Boota and Snnea, llata, t.apa, e., KC., nit door South of Aahtabula Moue, Aahtnbula, O. - j. P. ROBERTSON, Dealer in Dry Goods. Groceries Hurdwsi, Crockery, Hroi llmi, Honta and Shoe, and eerr other elaaa of Oooda aaually looked Iter In a Kirat Clam'Conntry Store. Courteay and fair dealing art the inducement oircred fbr ahara of public favor. Vain tre-t, Aiihtabiila Ohio. - " R00T& MORRISON1. Dealer in Dry Goods, . Grocerlea, Boots ond Shoes Hata and Cana, Hardware, ('rrlir. 1'alntt. Oila. Ac- I'oat L'DiC Buildinir, AabUhnla 419 OE0ROK WILLARD, Dealer in Dry Uoodn, emcerlea, Hats Caps Bnota and Shoes Crockery, Olaw ware, manufacturer of rndvmade Clolhinir. A!n. whole- aale and retail dealer In Hardware, Saddlery, Nall,lron,Ktel, Dnifa and Medicin, rainta, Oil. Dre.tutfa, :c, Haiu ' tret, Aahtabula. . j. G. WRIGHT. Dealer in Millinery Goods, - Wcrked Collar and Sleeves d Vmuej Goods tint door to the I'oal OiKee. 470 WELLS ii FAULKNER. Wholesale an Jtetall flralere In Wentern Keaerre Butter and Cheeae, OrWd Fruit and Flour, Aahtabauia, Ohio. Order reapert fiill aolielted. and filled at the Loweat eaah out. 470 UeittlMrr, S. R. BECKWITH, Surgical and Mechanical IVnli-t. Culbnmk. Ohio. 847 Walebea, Jewelrr. O. A. AMSDEN. Jeweler. Renairintr of all kliida of Watches Clocks ud Jewelry, SUo opimlte the litk IIoup. Ai.liiul)Ula.O. A. W. STEELE, Watch and Clock Maker, and t liealer in Jewelry, Oliver, and Dated Ware, lie. Meclianlca' ' now, AahtaoiJa. ' VlolhliiK. BRIGHAM ft CO.. Wholesale and retail Pealer in Keady Made Clothing, Farnlahtnf (loads Hate, Caps c AlilalMiln.j J. A. TAUJOTT, Dealer in Ready-Made Cloth- In. Hats C"l, '" Fumlalilng Oooda, of 'all klnda. Oppo- itc tke Farmer' Bank, AKhtubuIa. 470 Agonta. ,H. FASSETT, Agent for the Purchase, Sale, a Renting of Heal F.tiite, Inaura re, Neimtlating I.'Xiis Cn! lection of Debts &e. Property aold for Cnninlion only, . aad Di aale ao charge. A anle, din-ct or Indirect, conati tutei a eominiN.'inn. Comer Mnin and Center streets Ashta ' r bula, Ohio. Alao, Notary Public. 470 67 0. DIBBLE, General Collector, andTiOnn, and Real Estate Agent, Kaat Aiihtahula. Ohio. A LEX AND ER G A if RETT7Ln nd Agent No. AO Water atreet, Cleveland, O. Laud for aale In Iowa, llli " noli,, WukoiibIu, and Mlnneiota, at 'i 40 par acre, and up t warda. v ITlanutafltirfra. GEORGE C. HUBBARD. Manufacturer of . Tin, rbret Iron and Copper Hare, and Dialer in Eaatrra ' Cooking, Parlor, Una and Self- Reflating, aheet-l.on atiores Iron PumiM, chain aaiups lead pi), eheet lion, alieet lead, aliect rinc, Kheet eoilr, aheet brae. Ho plate oreelaiii ket tle., datrv k.'ttles Kirtern pl.rws eultlvatora and tiHtet otb- et klnda of fanning otenHlle. 'lao, aale Agent for the rale ' rJtawait'a Celebrated Air Tight r-umnier and Winter Cook ing Stove, for the Count of Aehtahula. Aahtabula, Ohio. 410 It. 'LOWER ft SON, Maclituiata builders Statiouaiy and portable steam Englnei. Saw, and othar Mill Work, and Jobbing and keurtiig done to order, on akort notice, and in a workman-like wanner, aoutb Mala Aahtabula. 416 aQ. C. CULLEY, Manufacturer of Lath, Siding ke. Boxes PUidng and Mateiilng and Krol avitg dull. "U Umb ihorteat antire. bboi doutb abta ol tli ' hmlii Church, Aalitabula. Ohio. 440 ABBOTT, Lumlter Dressor, and Maiiu- ' n ' .. .t. I Nl.i,.uu. 1-11. lvm rtli.ll A-i, A. Mala atreet, die, V Maihln. Al.tabul.. J tt CROSBY, Iron founder, and nianu- fa.Ur and l'bs P" ? M'H aat M Jt-ri41. of Fouudrjr Work duu. b, .rujr ' " Aalitalaila, Ohio. - ' .- :. VfTv7 "SMITH r-MariufactHrer of Sole. Up . .. . i ii..arlf. VraaeL Lif. u . Yr,rtng UisCl r" -1' a r7n , . .a suu. - 4i Ulualcai. nvnif! 11 A Ma Dealer In Tiano Fortes, uion's Covers InstrucUon nooas ..a r. tre r Oflioe. Aalilabula. Se ad.aru ". 3. K. CHAPMAN. Dealer in Mosh-al Merchan- ; llav ruadjs Hoe Sta.Uery. Toy, an rA.?TZ,V hi. Bsaaa aid ix,ri.ity atore, 3d done aoutb . Maia Mreav AAlaaaila. .. . i , . . t tarulture. DUCRO ft BROTH KUti. Manufacturers of Peeler, in rnrultuse at beat deacitptluns and avar rMty. Alsa general I'lMiertake.a, and manufacturer fins to order, idaio atreet, h urth of Houtb Publ 0 Square, - A.btala.1-- ' ' . LINUS SAVAGE, Fnrnitore Dealer and Man- afacturer, steam eetnblithment. North Main trwt- oar Uceof Dr.. rarriugtou HalL Ashtabula, O. iialiircrliia 4V I.aua Starvcying;. 0. B- HtLBR00K,Ja. Practical It Eaa Ashtabula. Ohio . Surveyor, " " ' Boiiiii Slid t-boes, Di PHILLIPS, Boot and Shoe Store, Fk's Block. Sign ol Mi Big Boot, AshtabalaCt. , , RilBccllauttaaa. ... i . i n , M. G. PICK. Bookseller. Stationer aad News JJr, .Also, rwaler in S he l Musis Toy, ni traoera Vtriett; Saod, Mia rtjS AitabeJ, Ohio. NOItTniJ Photoprnph rim! Fine Art Onllfr, Nn. 7" Snp.'r ',t,"lf'l. Oliln. I ll ma: ( Mnt Ptaa lhol4mj.l(is direct mi fnvafw eniorH ty Alooao PUlo l'liotnrili, Amtirott pr. and Mrliittinlvr, all ( cu In a tlyla irft to ha .iirjiawM. Hrnt I'rnilum warod t Ilia OMo and N. V. Slal Kalra, Ihr lh bwt flrtnrra N. H. I'leturM Ukrn auuallr irall la riwirfy aa (tear wra th. 87 TKI.KRRAPII OFK1CK Wwlrrn Union ti removrd to tha Im Btot of A. H. Htorawell, nrnr I Mnin and Ontrr HMi, thrM doota aoalh af 'Uk Hoo. I i. M. ALI.CN, Man.Krr. T 8PENCK1KAN WRIT1NO, A new itwt r.mra cmhmdni hoth Rwlnn ami Urtlca' Mk-juiit ro- lUkrd, fac-tmlla, from ml lal, and nent liy niall for t ditm iifMt iwl.l. 1 26. ri" Mor Kraily Oood Writra hT nrlirlnnl-d In lhl Stkm-iii than In all otlnra. 1l A. HAY MOM). Dealer in Froit and Orna- nullim, Shnil.Wry.te, I'aiilifld, Monro County, N. York. Oidr.iolicild. ' t t W. tt. ALLKN. Hook Binder Hook" nd u. iw,.r,H In at t -tvla driiird. UUnk book! iad and rld to ordpr. Jllr-oti, O. 470 H. A. MARSH. Kiictewor to E. Howell, hunMln and AnihrotTi Artlat. A eo, E. Howell'a new Parort'yp, wsei.tly latntod. Ixxiketa and Mineatura Finn filled at reawinahle ratea. rictuiea taken on patent L ather, If de-lred. Hnome, llrit kulldlng aoutb of the Hank, Maln-treet. Anlitabula, Ohio. WILLARD & REEVES, Dealer in Italian and Itutland Marble, Grave rjtones Monuments Tawe lops &c, A-htaltula. ' A L. TH UBS I ON. Cartman, has tanen the F..tabll-hnien of Ihvrld Camp, and will give Die attention to Orating to and from Ui Depot, and about tint lll- AM.Tii.rLi. Anrll 1K67, H EMORY LUCE, Dealer in Sweet Potato, and other Early Mante and egetables Alwi, )e..ler in Frned fruit, Tomatos ai A.n tabula, Ohio. . STANTON ft BROTHER Livery ond Fale Stable. In ennnectlnn with the Hk Hone, AliltMiia, umo. An Oinnlb.ia Running to and from erery Train of Car. ITorae. and Carrlngea to convey paaaenger to any part of the Country. Charge kearnnabte. LIME. We chilli ell Lime at the Harhor for the year of 1948, at 28 nta rer bu.bel. anfl at me ueroa .130. lU'MI'HRY fe Hll.l- 470 ComntlMlon merchant. HALL ft SEYMOUR, Forwarding and Com- mlaalnn Merchante, and dealer in Fait. Hour, nan, i nuner. Water I. In, Ac. Alan, Coiaml.rlon lalen in Lambar and Stawa. AnhtakuU Harbor, Ohio. , Aahtabula p. o. Cloalnc of ; UlalU. POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Mail going Rant will eloa at 1 n'eloek and 80 minutes r. a and mail Weat will ekawat 4 'eloik and 30 mtnntes . tlie Sontliem Mall elowa at 0 a. ., aod Uia all to J mi on ai r . Kellngiravllle mail via Plymonth, Fridays at 30, a. . OIHce open daily from 7 . . to 8 r. M. on week days nd on Sundays, from f.l.tnl r. . until further notice. Aahtnhtila, May 10th, ISM. K. u. hihii, r. w. I On and after Monday Nov. 2, 1858. CLEVELAND AND ERIE R. ROAD. Leaving Ashtabula going east. Oay freight No. 1 leavea at 1 on p a Mall - " ' - Accommodation u l ' Night Freight ,." ,J 81 A a Night bipreaa.... " " Leaving Ashtabula going west. " Oar Freight . . . . .... ft 20 a . . . . 8 42 A a ..." 1 81 a a Mall 1 1 . 1 1 Day Kprwi.i . Night Freight. Oay Enpreea W.l will atop to leare paeeengers and oa algnal, to take aaei,gers at Paybronk, I'moimlle, Jerry, Mentor and WlckUtte. Ai Ci HUBBARD, Station Agent WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, Dec. 11, 1858. KeKtUckt Omniox or Senator Sbwabds Spekcu. The horrible fantasies of inter state revolution and fratricidal bloodshed that are aroused in many minds, North and South, by the notion of Gov. Seward a Rochester speech that the republic mast become all slave or all free, encounter a cooling and assuaging draught iu the public opinion of Kentucky. The Lou isville Journal says : "The proposition is perfectly innocent. It is, in fact, but the reproduction in some what sharpened form of a iiet opinion of Mr. Clay's. Nothing could be further from the harrowing import with which distcm peicd or designed fancies have invested it. The notion belongs wholly to the realm of ideas. It dot a not contemplate a plan of uction, but merely a scheme of imturut development. It is a speculation, not a project the outline of a conviction, not of u campaign. It is a mere forecast of events. It is Mr. Seward's theory of our national progression. It is his judgment as to what will happen iu the ordinary course of things.' And the Frankfort Commonwealth lets down the pauiu-mukers as follows : "But where is the violation of the con stitutional rights of the slaveholder which is said to be shadowed tort li in the speech: We have not discovered it. All of his previous efforts have repudiated the idea. The speech is simply a specuUtiou ofa fervid brain rather given to indulge iu such illuso ry phantasies in connect ion with this sub ject. But it contains no lurking design to subvert southern iustnuiioiis by other means than I lie force of what the speaker chooses to consider philosophy and reason, acting upou the minds of southern nicu." The President has appointed Thos Miller, Postmaster at Columbus, Oliio, in place of Sam Medury, resigned for the Governorship of Kan sas. Mr. Miliar was Medary's immediate pre decessor in the Post Office. The President, as the story goes, has coquetted with Medary, ui til he sighed for a cbanue, and has thoa gone back to his Erst love with Miller. Mkdabt has been quietly told that be could have the slaughter house commission of Gov ernor of Kansas as a sort pf lel-down-easy. Iu this restoration the hand of Cox is seen, and also the effect of that gentleman's conversion to the English swindle after having flashed bis maiden Congressional weapon in -Lecoinptou." From the Erie Observer—Loco. From the Erie Observer—Loco. "A Devil." ,B a , the 41W 470 It is claimed by soino that there is no "devil." We do not believe it; on the cob trary, we knoii to the contrary. Where he hold forth, Iu proper person we don't pretend to say, but we see bis works every day, and record his doings, for the benefit A lot our readers, efery week. Some lli-fia lu'rea people may say unit - wi iiuooiu I. ...... .1.11 "' is therefore the patron Saint of the editor ial fraternity; we dont deny the soft Iw peuchment, bat we claim as an offset that lie is at the same tuoe " patron saint. v a great many other respectable profeasiouB. For example, where would lawyers get their feel if it were not for Belzebub; or doctors get patients; or judges find cases; or sheriff's their costs; or constables fees; or coroners employment; or gunsmith's work; or powder manufacture'! customers; or, in fact, the clergy a field for labor. No, no, Belzebub is an " institution " the world, as at present organized, could ill do with out, JJlot liim out, acd newspapers would cense to be inorentinjr. For their brend and batter do Fxliiom chronicle his exploit, and when they bufte him it In deprecating ly, with A mental riwrtntlon, a ene of gratitude. Hainp; acquired a facility for narrating hla exploitK, uliould he refrain from them. When he l idle they are ad. Should he ecr tie "chained a thonuand tear." the whole Editoritil coma would be undone ! With those who ween they .t !n . .i mrj "T cnrc..niir iui iiltuiiTOit. a coroner, wllOle teflM are cllieflr' ICHM of iov. Old Nick and tlie Kililor ta iovial company. They breakfast on edtiction, dine on murder and "oicidex, "tip on hem t reuil'nft calnmitiea, and revel amid awful coiitliigrntionti. In view of the latter, the Editor is Pfpeclally delighted to "learn with regret" that there wun "no insurance," and enraptured if the fires hare ruined several innraiice companies I With the coroner he pray. "Give ns thin day our daily dead." A "horrible Btabbinir affray" is hia life's elixir. "An exciting elopemont affair" contributes to his longevity. "A mysterious snicide" arfenls to his gratitude. A hanging tragedy thrills him with eestacy. A green countryman "pigeoned" of all h a hard earnings, is butter to his toast; which toast is done brown on the Devil's forked tail in his salutary kitchen. Why, there fore, should not praise be given to Bel re bub, who alone gives food to policemen, sheriff's, constables, marshals, jailors, hang men, doctors, coroners, undertakers, jnrors, lawyers, judges, statesmen, clergymen and Editors. Praised be the Devill When he ceases to operate, the Editor and his my raid brethern whose " honorable profes sions" result from crime and wickedness. will, vnlgarly, have to go to workl Yes sircc! there is a "Devil," and if the facts we have enumerated do not prove it, the result of the recent election certainly does, and that the Republicans are in league with htm 1 SUMMARY. Amnng the passengers by the Illinois, are Senor Mills, Minister from Guatemala to Wash ton. The Memphis Jlvalanche states that James H. Clay has sold the residence of Henry Clay, Ashland, for 201), 0U0 acres of Texas land. The hog census is taken annually in Ohio. The returns published by counties in the Cin cinnati papers, foot up 2,554,914, a gain of some 200,000 over last year. It is said there is not an unmarried man in the town of Yarmouth, Cape Cod. The girls that are lert will be obliged to emigrate. ?-9- An Irish girl rang at the door of the residence of the Postmaster General at Wash ington, the other day, aud demanded of the col ored waiter to see the postmaster general for the xtxinUd a Utter that she expected from her brother over the sea. UsS- Brigham Young has bad boys. Brig ham Jr. and Jo got into a muss iu Gilbert & Gerrish's store at Salt Lake City, aud Jo at tempted to shoot Mr. Gilbert, but the police took them both off to the calaboose. fSf The Boston theater, the most perfect in all its appointments of any one iu the country, does uot meet its expenses. The expenses of a week exceeded the receipts by over a thousand dollars. Matiager Barry retires in March, aud the theater is udvertised to be let. J&- A married woman in Memphis Tenn., Mrs. Ida Agnes llelbing, has sued an old admi rer, Phillip R. Rohlen, for damages to the a cnount of $20,000 for breach of promise. Her present hnsbaud joins in the prosecution with revengeful spirit . jsf As the people of Indiana talk of amend ing their present free and easy divorce laws, is sutfgested thai those who want divorces should apply stlUili and that perhaps the rail roads might be induced to run special trains at reduced fare. ass- The catalowre of Ysle Colleere for 18514-9 has been issued. Total uumlier of stu dents 578. classified as follows i Academical Senior 104, Juniors 1 1 2, Sophomores 106, Fresh, men 134. Professional 'I neology 21, Law 33, Medical 34, Philosophy and Arts, 86. The Wheelei ft Wilson Sewing Machine Co., in East Bridgeport, says the Bridgeport Slund ard, are employing at this lime nearly 300 bauds and are turning out 350 Machim's s?r week twice as many as they were making last seuson. It is pleasant to Hud that some kinds of business are flourishing, even iu these days of pressure. 2aV An amusing and painful ineiilent recent ly took place in Cincinnati. Two gentlemen afflicted with St. Vitus dance met, and each supposing the other to be mocking himself, flifhl ensued ol the most desperate character. Finally, a mutual acquaintance fonnd them 8traguliiig in the gutter and succeeded in sep erating them and anil making known their mu tual mistake, when they shook bauds aud apol ogised to each other. 9" Rev. Daniel Donney, tho Roman Cath olic priest Who shot dead a mau rawed Kelley, at Staunton, Va., has been convicted of mur der iu the Sf con I degree, and been sentenced ti th- penitentiary for eight yearn. He went with the jailer, a few dttys since, and obtained a bag of coin, several hundred dollars, which he had secreted under the church steps. William G. Ford, who murdered officer Buruhum, in Balti more, has been sentenced to be banged. NEW STORE 1 New Gooda at tha JSEW YORK CLOTHING STORE. A. 8EIPLI fe Cr, rrBprlatera. 1 O O O WC ar new opening ia our New 10 0 COATS Baire Loom, fj.njrsrly occut id by J. SHIKTS COATS A. Talcott, door south ol ai.er- hHlHTS COATS man a Farmer' IM Olbca. Uia SHIKTS COATS beat and chaipeat stock of till I oiiOTmiva, ever ollered iu thi.Plaee. "' ANTS MB. SE1PLK, who ia a me tieal Tailor, and ha. beea Sir flv year, and! ti rui connected with the largest CkHtniuc riou la N. York, put a in posBnasion ot ja allti lor selecting and sa euiing all the bew Btyioa that ao ether Houa In Uila aeoMua oojofs w Dely CouitlUm. W ask aa AxauitiiatHMi of our Stock. W left our Book ia New York, and of enure abaU soli kit Beady Pay only, aud a email amount of cash will Jmi a pue of CLUTHltXJ. WEAPPERS WKAi'l'KKS VYKAPI'KKS PHAWEKS lillAWKKS tlBAWRKS OLCVES PANTS Fan rs VESTS VESTS VESTS HATi HATS fllAtVKS . OI, TIES TIES COLLARS COLLARS) COLLARS OVEKAI.lji Overaiui, HATS CAPS . CAPS CAPS COLLARS COi.t.AreS COLLAKS OVKKALLS Ovoraua, Ac TAKE NOTICE J. A. Talcott I bis stork aWrlhiug to A. Serpi fe C. as nor abov edrtr- UMninliit. theref-trs all tlios Who are hidebted to me either Kt or Uonk aceount. will call at once and settl. tbe as it will ami ttni an . expense by ao doing. Ashtabula, Oct. Jib, Is. J. A. TAlASott AfUOLD rt.N-i, Very Sufierior Article of Gold reus, k td low. CaU and ky them. . . ' J.K.CHAA, A few doors Soath of ta Bana, Mala at, Aahtawia, O. MAGIC WHITE SALVE. d V. HOWE'S Magic White Salve Will take black moles out, root aad breach. wNl boils wns wart aud toothacl,. It ta a aura eur fc thou 1HU. paau, iny u m oisappear in a few ear wRuea' liitta uU fcil. Fori tie try a. u n itH R w r i.i, AJifatMia, y . si,vnu, a,'ief rw. . a it a 0 UTS ES fed. has by same. . our New and Increased Stock of Goods. SC. OSBOliN, late of Kingsville, hav- tng purehfbmd mi Ititertnt In tb Oroevrj But-w of Prentice & Siniih, tU bnniocM Will be tora-ftr eonductoiJ antler U Mm and ftraof Prentire. Smith & Compnny, In onH th mmm nuiffft of tnda m btUtor but with maeh MtMtc(t nXnrk mod tBC.lit.eft. One of tlt Hrm ntM juxt rattitwrj fmni New Yvrk, whr Ukm tut beu titkea to nutse litwml mircuuim. wttb (Hncrtiui DMiion, tt tueh t,o m will not fail to t.Mt tli wtwiti, and hiarnic to mMt thf apprntitln of Uv citiweia of ti wil biAfft tvntl oouity. Thft itfulu of thoiw purcluwa may be Men nl judired of; u iif root la are eomlng to Iwtrtl dlljr. ami will ha toliowerl, by rUni an Moriwilr hIuUI r(ulre. Tha rttditkMi of tha mnract Runt U a aullicitMit .jiMi-anty of Uta ghvorabla nuifre of priorn, at which tlrfw puretiaMm hnva bwi awrte. That tlie Indurautrata otleiad ma ba put to the tatt k Uta cbfcjf daiiit of ibm makitiK Uiaiii. GROCERIES. In tbla department the establishment will be aa well ailfn plied with a general aad choice a selection of good a. can b. found in Un) aounty, WOODEN WARE. Conslstlna of rails. Tubs Wash Boards, Sugar Tuba, Mops, Brooms Butte Ladels Boiling 11ns k. WILLOW WARE, In large variety, .neb aa Clothe and Market Baskets Rocking, laniugand Sitting Chain for tl children, Buggie aad Cabs Hobby llnrar., Hand Sleds lor the Boyat Berlin Basket tor the Ladies In the Dry Gaoda Line, may b. fonnd an assortment of Do-BMaticUoeda-Sbaeting, Miirtlug, Tleaing, Deuitus Prints PROVISIONS. This Is a trad to which special attention will be given both In tit purchase and aale. Will keep eonatanUy en band a full stock of Floor, Feed, Pork, Fish, Salt, V.gt-Uier with Water Cement, Cured llama and Shoulders for family ua. ac Dally supplies of Freeh Can Oysters both Fair Have, and Baltimore, Pickled Clama aad Oysters lobtrs and sane. Small Dealer, furnished with fresh snppllea on liberal Uma 1'KENTICE, SMITH CO. Ashralmm. flea. 1st, ISM. 477 New Goodi Fall Supplies. S. BEXIIAM, Jr., has just received from New York, a large and wall selected Inroto of SaaaoBabl Dry Oooda, Groceries, Crockery and Glass-ware, Look- ing-J lasses, tc, &c, which, aa they Sad tbeir appropriate place in the arrange ment of oar Bw and spacious store, present, with tha .took on hand, ao array of Merchandise unsurpassed in tfmoiint', Variety, Excellence and Cheapness. by any other establishment In th town or eounty. In all these particulars, our stock will be kept np to th wants of tie- eem munlty and the condition of the market, and th wisbea of our old friends and the tastee of new ones wilt let consulted and gratified, with the same spirltand good feeling, as in time past. 8. UfcNHAM, Jr, . JMebula, Stpt. 23 IfOK 467 Please Call and See 1 HAVING recently replenished my stock of ioods 1 now hav a full assortment of tho very beat I quality of Fancy Variety Articles, I which T wish to dispose of, a. boob a. possiblo. The superior Quality or uooda I now oiler at greatly reduced prices caitimt fail to give my cuatooMra entire satisfaction. All are invited to Call aud See, what r have, even though they may not wish to pnrchaae. Amony my gno. you will find. Pocket Diariea, for 1S8A: School Books Blank, Miscellaneous and Gift Rooks. The best Sualitr of (tap, tatter, and Note Paper, Ink, Steel, and Choice old Pens fVnpresaiiHi Paper, Moaioal Instruments Violins Flutea, Fifes wtcoordeans Jeoe Harps, and Penny Whistle.-. rne vweeu or juvenile ills th shape or a ureal variety oc on quanuy cantly. . In my Literary Department, I hav. a larg. assortment af Papers Magazines Ac, which are constantly forwarded as soon as published. Also back number, of Magazines and Papers, furDlahsd at a reduced price. A. fin. awaaortiueiit of Ladies' Fancy Baskets, . Wtcks Cans lanterns tamps e Burning Fluid, Hemp and Canary Seed, Cuttlefish Bvne, and Bird Cages. For those nice girls and little boys I have a SPLENDID l-ot of Toya In abort; all things I've named, and many more, You'll Slid at CHAPMAN'S FANCY S'lOllE. If you'll but call, I think you'll be Somewhat amused, at what you aee. And then, should you conclude to buy, I 'if a . Oa, SsV Be . PI hose re mm her the place, J. E. CHAPMAN'S Variety Store, A few door South of th Bank, Main Street, 47 ABhtabnta, O. Drugs, Stationery &. Groceries. THE subscribers having tnkpn the Drng establishment of S. P. Jobnann, intend, to put the busi ness upon a ntore liberal and enhvryed footing, by infusing in to it more vigor and a wider rang of business faculties. Hi. large and varied Stock of Paper, embracing every description of th article4 with envelopes end School and MisttUdneous Rooks, win b added to the present stock la trade, together with a new and Choice assortment of Groceries, A.VD Large Additions of Drugs, which will enable him to meet the want, of th community. and elicit uteir run ana eutir satisfaction. Th BMuageuatut of th business will b entrusted to Mr. James M. Allen, who well known habit of aeeoraev. ami business erjdall la tli Drug Department, speoiiiliy fit him for this position, and wetleouie th staolisbiiHnt to th confide nee of th public-. Otarteey and attention to customers in avery business relation, it i. hoped will went for the ooucern a auar of Uw patron or un. town ana vicinity. 4V . PIUS" ei.u AshtabuU, Nor. 2i, ISM. 44 Arte Features Ftfth Year or fn. CoardopoliUoa Art fournal. CUPEUB Engravings ! Beuutiful Art Journal ! Valnabl Premiums ac, Alt, THIS Muiilar Art Association, bow In Ita tfth year ef ua K railed auceeas having pnrehaeed, and engnived on steel, wring's great painting, "Tbb Villaob ULctrrH," will bow Issue copies (to aiinscnoer only) on neavy piaia paper, 30i3S incuas on the following TERMS Of SVBICRlPTIOf! raw naraoa ren.ltUn Tliaaa dollars alii receive a copy Of tbe superb Sleet Etujiavtnaj, atter Herrlug'. Clrbrated VtBiiDt' TUB VILLAOt! BUCttSMlTH. A lao a copy of the Cosmopolitan Art Journal. Aa elegarttry Illustrated quarto Magazine. Also free season ticket of admits ton to the Kastera (or DuawltlarLj aul Wa itin Uallenea rat the Assnclatioa. There will also be given to th anbseribere sevensWe ban deed valuable works af Art, esusiartsiog fin OU Paintings Urouaas Swlptur, A a., from eeVibrated AaMiieaa add fcr eign Artist. tkseriotioa will be rsrlvvl ap to Jan. . IU- Oa the evening of that date th premiums dill b. awarded to wife- l or full particulars as Decawiber Art Journal, pric M et Specimen copies sot to thoa desirhig to suuseril, oa the teeeipt of 18 eaau ia pact stamp or eola. Addree C.J. DEttBVj Actuary C. A. A Baiderw tMrta), MS U road way, N. T- Ov. Waalerfi Ojhca, lot Water St, Sandusky, SubaeipUou. teoslted by it. r abi-ki i, Horsarnry Oewetary. BOUNTY INFIRMARY. Sealed pro- V posals wHI be reeelved by th Ashtabula Count Com mieslonen, a:tl tli 7th day of December for Ui building aa Innnnarv oa tlie hrm In Kiugsviile eaid bolldiiig to ef brick. Sueciatoalioa. tur th .am at th Audttor oJtto. .waui ii c. a. uushnei.l, Jefferson, Bo. 1, 186S. Com r Clerk. OFFICE of the Ashtabula & New Lis boB RaU Read Company, Ashtabula, Nor. 18, 1868. THE Annual Meeting ef tb KW-ekl.older of cafd Company, Will ba field at Smith's HotsL to Orwell, in AslitabuU County, on Tbersday, th oth day of January next, at 10 o'rloek, A whe orb oats ef said Conspaay w ensuing year will be elected, and fucb othar matter. UaaaaMed as may pnerly b feougbt before said Mxrttny, ., S. E TO. P-rd Atteeti H. FASETT, tWy. , 4Ho ATTACHMENT. Kaot k Morrison, ) Before Joffn Beefb, Justice the Peace of Ash i Abu la Iowa- sraina E i Racket, DessBdaai ahip. Ash tabula Co, Hue, ON the eigaAaeath day of November, A D 1868, raid Justice Issued an order of attachnwint ia th above action for th aim f Thirty-two Dollar and nHMty three et-U, wtilrli raa ba ?or hoariu oa the UtA da of January, A D loMt. 0. ol b at, of ttat FALL TRADE 1 6 5 8. !V ft Vntor?? 1 4ke pleasure In say tmxsTSSLjL ing to my friends, that 1 am aow praparrd to .ihibit en of the Kieuest, most vartrd ataa aMnrtntewta af FALL and WIS TEH GOObSt ever dUplayed In thll tfllaf., Iht eomprbmg In part a. Ibllawa DR&88 GOODS, MUSSlrtJN and CA8RMKHE ROBES, of rich and .lraant dariga. Plain Merinos, Rich Printed De Laincs, Huxony Plaid, Pfinted Merinos, Bomb urines, Yalwielas. Mohairs, Gingham; j ftc., tt Plain and fancr Silks, Black Gro De Rhines, 2'oplins, Ginghams, Alpacas, Velvet. PrinU. A Largt Stock of Sheetings, Bleaehed. riaBMl. , I) u kOW. , A superior lot of Cloths, Satinets, Cfrslmeres, Kentucky jeans, Printed flannels, Ycslitrf S. A largeHneoT DRESS TRIM JrtlHCiS, HOSIERY, MITTS, GLOVES, WHITE GOODS, Aa, aa. A good aeaortmeet of Brocha, Stella, Silk and Cashmere, Alt of the above I pledge myself to sell aa low, lor the nun qasJIty as can b bought in this city, tar tA V. Truat very nrashionable. Very I alto have a good atoea ef Boots, Shoes, Robbers, Hats, Caps, Tens, Coflee, Sugar, Molasses, Hardware, Crockery, Ac, Ac, Ac, Please eall and examine price and unalitr. and if I eonl sell you, Uie fault will nut be mine. Uctotier 1st, ISO JMO. r. ROBERTSON. Choice First Class Insurance, TTH ZCTXA INSURANCE CODTFY, OF HARTFORD, CONN. INCORPORATED 1819. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Fire and inland Ntiiiig&tion Insurance. CALLS the attention of its friend?, pa trorta, and the pdbliti fCiwrnllf, to the fnllfwlnjr tacU: Of it having a Cash Capliai of $1,000,001, with awteU atixiunt Ing to $1,616,140 10. Has transacted Business successfully thirty nine ycarsi Pdid tin ajrgrtgute Loss of over $11,000,000. Ia organised on a National baftlt with local aclv? (a prtnc.tal placM, under a mfcrbaHille ynlem; foatided on Ch rttaix'ard, with no FremtHm AsWdW, war mammmrmtt; equal to all emergeoctec it utidetUkfa, and worthy the "labili ty and dignity of an eminent Amerieau eorporatioa On mer it alona, tVrandlng ita cUitot to patronAge and favor; riMtH in-ortance and public aervioe tha k hut ot Fire Insuranae Cmiilea of Aioerica. Insures at ratea aad mica aa liberal aa tba rittki aaaumed per mit, for anlrency and fair prodt. Etfpactal attention given to tbe inim ranee of Dwelllnga, and Farm property and con tents, tiuch inttur9d tor perioda of to a yearn, oa tlie nost tvaimaable ienml. Linmm etuita)ily adjusted and promtly paid. Applicationa auiicilad and policien iiUtiea by O. H. FITCH, 2m4S3 Ageut at Ashtabula. WE wish to call the attehtiOrt of the ' Public to the tact, that w are now receiving direct from New York, a full and eomptet supply of Fall and Win ter Oooda, peculiarly adaptett to Ui. want of this community, which ws pledge ourselves to sell at prion, as k a. can found in thl. coanty. In the Dry Good Hoe. oar stock comprise, a full assort, meat of Dree. Goods Shawls Black and Fancy Silks Lalnes Cashmeres Merenos Prints Brown and Bleached cot tons, Woolen and cotton Flannels Heavy Wooleaa, Dim trimmings Glove, and Hosiery, together with a Uieuaand oth er things too numerous to mention. In Groceries we are fully stocked with everything ia that Una, and at low price. In the Hoe of Boot, and Shoes we are at home. Having devoted particular attention to thl branch of trade for a ser ies of years w ar confident that wc can suit any cu stouter, elUiar as to quality or pi tee, having every thing tn that from a child's tack, to a French calf boot, of .upurlor quality aud maks Th. Hardware Bra neb ST oar business ha beea constantly increasing, and wc hav enlarged oar purchase to meet demand, nutll w bav fuU stock of all kind of Heavy Shelf Hardware, Mill and Croa. out saws of all klnda. Jois rs tool and builder, materials all of the best quality. A full stock of Iron and Sled, Iron axle, Ellptic Springs Carriage Bolts Pin Bolts Nail Rods, Pru Hon Shu Bar Raurra and Square Iron of all sfcee. Th eery beet quality Raster Nails fro. 84 up tn o eta, always oa hand. Window (lass futtj, palnta of all kind, Linaeod oU, Raw and boiled. Varnish, Turpentine, Lamp aud Lard white lead and sine Paints In Crockery we keep a good supply of the best quality Iron, stone, white, light blu aad eouunorj ware. Hat and Cap. of every style and price, fcir nten'a and wear. A small assortment of Blank Books Stationary, and School Book. la BMrt, glfttee any artlcl deruaoded ky th last f aeaesai ttaa of th eommunitr, can a. bought of a. aa a. Bvrorabte terms as at any place far or fssar. Thankful tor the very liberal patron- bestowed opoe by a generous pabiie, are wo Id any that notwithstanding hold Umea, we wer never better yreparod, nor fa better to famish good bargains to ur oustoaneni tor eaah or abort amareved credit, Uun at the present time. Do a tbe favor to eall and look at rds and prices sod yo do aaS suil y,rslres yo will bar made Be lus aa make ao Ibarg for alwwlag goou. lseptao.be-83d, 1868. ROOT fe MORRISON. $5 Sewing Machines) A Practical Family Sewing Machine ti- Perfum.hig fully taual work. No missing ar of sifteheo. No gutUug out, order. Anieoiiy hi every body will ha it. (Scewed ly recent Grant of Letters Patent Exel.iMve Ilijihth for a Sfw 8tats and Couutie wtll b within the reach ef any enleiprislng buaaie. maa. pevUoa of th Territory already secured ) . Th. Propnvtors eunadently fel they now ptc kfore pubh the greatest chance for a pretitabl hn.tinut ever tema. A bewbig Maioine couii..n.g hich, by ita avttouishiiig simiiliiSy ami low coat, Wttl at Cto the Bieaaees who bars beau aiuraual waillug lor l,t. A.ni will.fn tberr erasn. I'M" Parties Wishing t purtiiasa, ar requested to eall 4u, eaanirn this ut w.uuorful achievuiueut, aud aeoar Bwuovoll of the State ffr County desired. BMuopoiJ NOVKLTY 6 tiEWtMJ MACHINE C0J (TBied, Hisn Tf 8 Co, Neerlle kfamfackirers fmtbi 4ul Broadway, our. Uaaal ui. New . tgavarast a Csl aSat -HxameT. , mm . aelaJj,Wjijy a all a fttt I be De line, iu and of both oil, of boy', aa tha eba djition pro duce, tt w foi ) plac ed (A ta of- ouoa the at 4 Yelk . New Goods I NeW Goods 1 1 the a'noVrtfgtrM ( boW reeetetnt dlraat fr JVtrw Vor3sX.o oaa nig TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, worth of MERCHANDISE, PURCHASED since the recent great A Al'CTION RALES " will be aold fnr Cash, a Ready ray, cheaper than ever before ottered In uia aiaraew My assortment of Goods In every densrt- ment is full and eonrplet, and my old friend and the public fn general, may rest assured oa befrrg ferved on a. good term, as at any other establishment la this county. With many and grateful thanks to my nom- erowa Customers for tlieir very liberal patronage for the fast twenty one years that I nave been engaged l.i business ere. A continuance of your favors is solicited. Mr future effort, shall b to aerv you mor faithfully, I oars respeciiuiiy, e, CEO. WlLLAftl AuiTAircLA, November 17, 1844. . LADIES DRESS GOODS. A beautiful assortment af Plain aad Plaid Merino. Bayadere St. ipes Flain and Kirn red DeLantik bilks. Glnghaais Prinu, ac, fee, fbr ami. cheap. 8H.1WLE3. A Urge assortrnont of Broehe lontf a square Shawl. Wool lmg Shawls' SteWa and Mantilla Shawieaw Cheap. Also Single and double Shawl, for childVen, r.ry heap. LADIES CLOAKS. A fine assortment of Wittier Cloaks for La dies fcr eheap. , i CLOTHS and CLOTHIJYGf A large stocV of Broad Cloths of every grade aad color. Also Heaver Clottis Caaehanca, SOttloaltAf Ken tucky Jew, Vetting. &&, Ac. Having a number of persons engaged, T am bow prepared (4 furnish RRA1IY MADE Clothing, to order ea abort Botaoa, aad all work warranted BOOTS and SHOES. Mens Fine Calf Boots. " Xlp Heavy nVirs Kip ; Mee'a Rubber Root, and Shoe, and a general a Ladle's and Children', alioea. HATS and CAPS. A good assortment of the latest 8 !tv .ale cheap, at WILLARD'S. CROCKERY! lor A new and splendid lot of Crockery ft Gloss ware, just received. HJIR Off ARIL A tery extensive aportment of Shelf and Heav Hardware, Mmprtatc.i' aliooat avarything tuyallf iieoed In tbu octiou. For asie citp. GROCERIES! I have flow fof finle the best stock of FAMILY UKdCfiltirJ.Si that can and Choicest be found la the lOumy, eonsnjiing Ol Ports Rtcaj H. 0. Sugars Stewarts Crumb do Pulvortied, do - Oranulateg U ' ColTe do " Sutjar Hons Byrnp. Choice Greea and Black Tea. Java, latguira Kin Cofle Fresh Oround CotTee Codfish WhlleSsU 1 ri. ii. r. k. Molasses. Also Bar and Chemical Soap, Pepper, Pplee, Clrrre, Kut megs Cinnamon, Citron, Smoking and Cbewlog TobSfico, Pipe Snutr, Saleratus, Soda and Cream Tartar, its, a&j ftlr ale as cheap as toe euenpen. DRVG& and MEDiCtXHS. Mr slock of Medicines is more perfect and general than ver, and miflcieut td tnetrt the want, of th eonimuuiiy. Physician, and Families supplied oa Kiel most faaorabl terms by GEORGE WILLARD. Ahtaot,a, Kovember 17, 18SS. FOR AT THE THE STORE OF J. G. WRIGHT, t) ETtf UMNO last week from New York It which Is unusnal! late, for the aeaann, I fonnd It moch to myhiterest, that MILLIHkRY OOOUS could he bmigbt 26 per cent cheaper than I ever bad bought them before. This will enable me to sell my Goods t very low Figures That mv customer iy be assured of this 1 wish Uiem to eall and Examine my GOODS, before purchasing elsewhere. My slock eThtiprlse in Part of th following Geoda, and will b sold low for' CASH or READY PAT. ZMEllllxtory GrOO.9f Cheaner Uiaa can be brAight her. or elsewhere. B 05 SETS, BONNETS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, RIBBONS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FLOWERS, COLLARS, SLEEVFS, f BA.XDS, Far Cash, at a eery small advance from Coat. rr.L VET RIBBONS, of the best qn!ltlea. til A WLES, of th latest styles at th. lowest Cash IMeel Do not Cull to call and examine. The asaortx cot of CLOAll la wall tiled, enf at sirwtu low iiricie. HOOP If WOOSTED SKIRTS, of Sherwood, osake. ff.K PEL PETS, lor Boaoeta, all eolera. BATIKS, do do , , PEA TIIERS, of all color and price. , WILLOW BASKETS, .choice assortment TASKED NOTIONS, a eery good assortment, men as shawl pis', ruff-nnrbs Back, aide, aad everything la the Yan kee AJetioa una. Thankful for past tsvers I aolioit tb ooatinuane of th. same. J. U. WHiuiir. Asbtabala, OoV IfMhi ItlA-u V 6 a4 a W a w p s 3 a 9 r t r 3 i , By Authority of th Stats of Okie. CITY FIRE IN8URAKCB COMPANY, Cf Ne Haven, CL I ' Chartared Caihal iWOjUoS f ai Capttal and Surplu. :34,438 rplIE alvove Company-one of the best X N.w Euglaud aiU tak. risk, .gainat bias ey See, t ra aooatite ratoa. W.ia buurawohrJ, Piaout, wtisMsa-Tt,ttlar;.. ? , , Awtj ta S. Siftzrr, aw, Mroja. lD . FALL) 5TOC3 China, .. Crockery, otasr&Aajtv " in 1" 21 '. sUPERI0ftSt t House Furn'isi VCLCVCLAM). aMio, ARTlCt.r.$. rrilK subscribers having united their twd JL Mtabllshments and aow eeeupf TWO STOl'.ES On tha Corner cf Seneca and Superior streets, Would retroerlfulty Invite rTrmsekeopera, and thos ahont go ing to Hmieekeeiilng, as well M Htranro-rs visiting Clett'lsnel, to eall and eTsmlo their Immena stock of tit above Balnea foods which comprise tbb Lurgt mud jtiref 7ei Oiiae, ITf Vn fart. W bar on band a complete aesortmerit of WiltTB, iflON STONtt-WAaE, of On? flnort quality, warrnTitovl not to crack ar turn fllow from hot watr, and for aale tn Dinner, Ted and breatefmt Sets,' J or by tba atnffle plMw aa Inw as can ba bought la tba alt. Wt lu.a alau tweatj-flra d iff rent patterna of GOLD BAND TEA-SETS, - i. com prising many new and very rich ta, and w. fet aatareA that we can suit in style and Price the meet faaUiUou. ad Djirer of China. Also, all kinds of Glass. 'VV x.xrot ' . .',. and a variety of , , ' ,. Home Furnishing Articlsi, emf ai i BilUnnls Arhat and Silver Plated tut, ' Zsue ond Tin chamber wia, , , . la Cream Freerers , Water Coolers V Cake Boxes ' ' - Looking Classes ' ; i Rcfrl'-cratora. Cutlery, ' " ! Castors, . ' 1 " Urnps '.- fa Travg, , . ' Waiters ' . ' filter, AC. Oar Stock eoroprlse every variety ot , 43AS I'lXTUIFa ' -: t CHANDEL1TRS, BRACKETS, PROP LHiHTS, PACES a i GLASS SHADES, L10UTERS, fee, , , Alt order, for Oaa Fixture and for fitting p noaae. with Oaa Pipes in th eity or in th neighboring towns prompt i attended to. - PRICES FEXT LOW TOR CASH. fioodti eartfuliy packed and delivereft at th Depot fro. "-njw- .. r .( Voa. ill OOS A V:17 HunsrW -.1 l irr mT KmuM. 4aS Clmrtmnd. O. January Appointments. . DR. II. TUBBS will be In attendance a. follow.: ' ' Ashtabula, Asbtabal Boas, Fflfurday, Jan. 1. - ' - ' Peinesviile, Cowle House, Monday, Jan. 3. " l I C'oooeautvllls Pa., Power House, Fri'lay, Dec 17 . Couoeaut, Tremont House, Friday, Dec". 31. .;. , For eonaultstfoa upon all dlra.es of th Throat, Lang Heart Liver, Stomach, Bowels kidiii'r. and Fpieeul alao Dropsy, Oraiel, Rheumatism, Nervousness, fH-hility, llyspepaia. emaie uiseaaea, Agne ana r ever, r its impurities or uie Mm,!, r.nipuons cancers, uieers sensu oiuer varibue. Of long I In &r couitiiAlntr. batU Ktenil and internaL For aoira ten years lr. T. haa ikirotA? -fat trtilrt ttma ta chronic tHtemm-a, treating Uioumnita annually, nmny of wbora bad exUaunted every other rewwrw within rtWli. M aa ea ar mimmral mr Lher pmni emotoftd ,nr dot he m&he with mkt tneli, ar tear aWa to biuid vf mfttin. The midicin caw be taken with ftafety by the most delicate, and patipnt- nnvy -min at home, and cnutinoe, with prataVnee, Uteir ordinary diet and exerciM. Many hundreda hisr rrmrtnd nnder tho treatment it?r friendu and ihyicinVM hart glren np all bono ne irKimptimrnty rmornc 01 wnico can atwayi m Tnraihi. .nvalidn, )Hwter mtnc?d or denpairing, are Irrrittsl to rt . and nt&y bts iMurvd that no encourafcenkent will ba svoa or abTiaPnM ilk4lirt (Hi. w tthuut at trr4Uangk(linar nf ivumtar r o r t RATttiriA, 0., Not. 185. Da. n. Tti.Ba S r.- I am glad to add my testimony t the Bumber of those you arc receiving. It wa after much per suasion that I consulted you. Perliapa this may ioSuetice some bther heHitating invalid to seek relief at your hands During the Winter of 1856, 1 wa so reduced a to be enable, wbea strongest, to ait at the tab). My affectum waif said to be a disease of the left lung, heart aud atomaah.- The eoegh. wae verv severe, attended with shortness ol breatit,- afght sweats, and swelling of the feet and ankle. Digestion wa. so feeble, that I could eat littWela than cracker during the Wiate). and for two aaoosariv weks subsisted oa rice water or gum ara ble wauar alone. Sinking ttirna eameoe aeaely every day, a occasionally several in oo day, depriving me of speech, ana sometime of sight. Also, Pa! pltatfos waa dtcAirsaang. - Tbe bear, apoeared to atop at times causing a death-like auaUoa aa thouKft the b.eatb waa gone,, and the circulation arrested. Tha Wrering indescribable, and to aU appearanofl balancing between life and death, I lhgre untS relief was obtained Buuer yotir treatment. 1 we at that tint roadiiig In North field. Summit Co., where the cirouuiatancea beie given jrere . known getriirally. 1 autaerw enoying comfortable health, end tliongh not a rigorous as numy, am able to perform Booaahold duties without ineonvenfenos and have walked over two aiite with sutlejing noibaif avare than lati'gu t the time. The great benefit derived from your treat uient, and th inter you nave maaltoblcHl lor me, snail ever be beld IB grateful re- Biembrance. Resoftetfullr. Yonrs Nov. 10. Mrs. MARY A. BATKVAV. SIXTEEN YEARS ; , u tmt ,' WILDS OF AFniCAl 1 Ofifl Agents Wanted to selt t. Lit X JJJ INGSTONE'S Travels and erplorations darine a revfVrenee of IS years Iu the Wilds of Africa. . - . THIS ia a work of thrilling adventorea and harr-brewdtej eapen among aavege beauts and more aavmre men. Dr. lAv tnsforie' waa alone and miaided by aoy white man, travelirg with African attendants among different tiibea aud nation., all utranir to him, and many of tbem hostile, arid altogether forming th mot astonisbing Book of Travel tie world has ever seen. All our Agents acknowledge it aa the most salenbte book published. The most liberal commission made to Agent, la amall or Urge quantities For particulars addreaa W- BRADLEY, Publisher, f 48 North Fourth Street, PIllavtetpTila, fa. . 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