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BY JAMM IIKKI). Ashtabula, Ofclo, Dec. 25, 1858. The Telegraph—Present and Future. -n, enmetline, ly, but Irreal.ubiy drifting biwurd tin. npliiion, that ll ia eia.iil time b, have a settlement with Our di'llraiueiit enhacrlliera. I I thing seems tn b becoming nine and nwr Inevitable It la deummtrd by the cniH'iil.in of nnr excbeiincr I an Ilia gruandnf nlly anil liiatlce, it la demanded, and oa tha arm of tranuul.ity efnilnd, .ell-reaperi, ami etiemirturenienl nf mor al aouiiilneea at the corn, It la almanlutelv Imll.iieallile. VY hare bee anndlng ihe 'ffhrrafrt tn wit a few within Ilia Omib ty, but prna,iinr without, with whom am have liltle or no acquaintance. In Uie everdre of that oonmlen In Ilia latent honeaty ol hiiniaii nalnra, which we all Ilka to halloa will onner or later awtl Ita ewar ever cupidity ami aelflahnea, tru.ting Uiat ntir claim wmild b recognised ami bonoetly met, bat mil expeeatlon have lift been reaponded la aa wa an gen erously boied. Te amna of tliaaa w have written, and enclos ed billa in thair paper, but the? bar etudlonaly evohM at' a mai,aa. In eucli, wo now make a laat afitaml, to thnee who hara not whollv gnoe ovar to rimhalmn, to aaltla with ua be fore Uir rloia of Ilia jrrar. At that lima wa ahall lop off all aukaai there out of tha county, who ara In any way doubtful, ar hvl no Morula hara to mH their obligation With our tfcainty and villa eubaerihera. It laonraarnaat eV.tr tn hava a settlement helnr tlia and of tlia year, that wa may hava, aa far aa practicable, all uhaoriitloa run with tlia regular year. THE FI'TPnKOf eniirae wa wlah in and tn our Hat Al mnat dally wa ara meklng men aililillnna. The pmgresa of tha 7Ua a4 la whnleewm and ateady. Ita elements of eupport areootiatantry Increaaing. lla lutereet and uerfiilnea will con tinue to advance In prnmrtliin to lla Increase nf pationage, and lie mwln liu"nnra of nur locality, and tha Intereat of hraia reiilr. I Onnected with no elhoe or cv,bl. Ita Inde perelenee and lmiai tlality will not be lnt lrht of. Thofw who approve Ita enure!- will nut, we truet, witliliold from ui a word illy spoken, and in due eeaann. We hv been Indnred tn off J In nny perann sending na all new einjeerlliere for one year, with the'eeah, before the Bral of January, a aevein h ro.y gratia, or paTinent at tha aanxi rate la cash for any number of new ruhectllicr. Any one wlahliig the Atlantic Monthly, or any other of the leading Marnrifiee of the dar, of the name nrlee, may, by rlub blna with lli Telegraph, (ret Ilia two for $3 to. To any one, wtllinf to nut forth the effort, and will brinf na 100 new alibaerllaira paid In advance we will make tlie offer lf one of Wheeler H Viileon'a new $-V Hewina Maehlnea, or lei eaaa of lailura to aeetiia the whole nf that nnmlier, a pro ra4a for any lea number. ti apply tnwanl the payment of aueh a anaehine. Theaa maehinea hare no aqua! among the inraa tloaa of the day. Lkotpres and RKAni.to Room At the meet ing on Friday evening hut, for carrying these projecU into operation, the res-icctive com mittees reported prnjrress. That on the Read ing Room of which the Rev. Mr. Bonnab was chairman, reported that they " had two confer- ences with the Trustees of the Social Library Association : that at the second conferenee an estimate of the annual expenses, which a Reading Room would iuvolve, was made an d preiented. That that expense would require for tlie first year, say $200, to be increased as the Reading Room should become known and appreciated, and demand created for larger and larger additions to Its stock of reading matter. That the Trustees thiuk so favorably of the project that, though they would be un willing to' recoinmeud the Association to as sume the expense of it, yet they are prepared to ' preterit it to the Annual Meeting of -the Stockholders as one worthy of its considera- tion and adoption, provided the necessary funds can be procured for tho purpose; and they are further ready and willing to recommend such an expansion of their By-Ljjws, as will allow of Reading room, as a part of their own operation. The report therefore proposed that the meeting authorize an effort being made to obtain the required amount under the following resolution: ' Rttolved, That a Committeo of be ap pointed tiir the purpose of soliciting subscrip tions and donations for the purpose of 0ienioif and maintaining a Reading Room, us a part of the Aslituliula Library At-sociution, The blank iu the resolution was filled with the names of O. II. Fitch, II. E. Parsons, J. E. Chapman, F. Carlisle, and N. Phillips. Voted, that the former committee be contiu- lied for the purpose of atleuding the annual j meetingof the Library Association, and aiding iu the consummation of the work contem Dialed, i The lecture committee by iu chairman, made verbiul report, of the results of their labors, which, in brief, was a reconimcudution that the contemplated course of lectures be free to all ; that we depend mail ly, but not exclusively. ! upon home talent for lectures, that the inci dental and necessary expenses of the course, be defrayed by contribution among our citizens, that gentlemen from neighboring towns,' when it can ue uone at a merely nominal or moaeraie . expense, be invited, at their convenience, to , give us, in our infancy, the benefit of such lec tur.'s as they may have on baud, or are willing t prepare for delivery, and that the same com m'tlee, consisting of Jamks Uked, Rev. C. E. Bruce, John Mansfikld. and E. II. Fitch, be ! continued and instructed to proceed to solicit j uvb bubscrijitions, procure lecturers, and make such other arrangements, as may be uecussary to commence the course at an early day. Iu accordance wiib this, subscription papers were immediately blurted which were responded to by our citizens with but an occasional excep tion promptly and generously. Borne half dozen of our leading citizens have signified their willingness, each to contribute a lecture, at as early a monieut, as shall allow of due prepara tion In the meantime, the committee are en gaged io corresponding with gentlemen of known literary btandiugi who may be prepared, with the design of commencing the course within the limit of one or two weeks. The multiciplicity of tippling and gambling sajooiis Iu our villuge, Is becoming orcusiou for common remark, and we were pleased to hear the matter so happily brought home to the consciences of the people in the pulpit of the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Mr. Bruor on Sunday p. m. A similar ullusion was made to the subject, we understand, in the Metho dist church, by the Rev. Mr. Brown. It is not a litile gratifying to find the pulpits of Ashtubula fulfilling their mission fearlessly, and calling the attenliou of the people home to the iniquities in their midst. A present, fcurlcsss, baud to hand contest with prevailing sin, is gospel preuching, uild commands the respect duid difference, even when it fails to carry con wielKju to the heart of the evil door. Hardly A day pusses, but we hear some new tule of de tiauehery, some aggressive step of thuso peslif otroes tlfus. We bear of boys being tempted wilJUiw their perilous, and men in sqtiuds issuing from thfiii at early morn, with mouths filled with blasphemy, whisky and tobacco. So bold axe threat elujgs becoming, thai the moral sense Af th community seeuis fur the time being, p.ai-ilully biujiied and paralyzed, and as if an effort wonhi ta Kaiuirsd to regain its position. We are not very familiar with Ohio law, but L charitably suppose thre is wholesome authori 1 lodged somewhere f.ry restraining these things when they become too InsnftWable. Ilow is it rith our Villuge Council t Is (here no power in ested iu that body forgiving rIUf from thislux urient growth of evil If there Is, we trust that the welfare of this community a the moral, of (he rising generation are considerationaloo neurtlkeir hearts, to succumb to this state of things, with put an effort worthy of the consiilerution at itake. If we hf any claim to the character of ft t'li rit lun community, ud that claim U well founded, we shall certainly be enabled to get long with saMvthiug less than half do sen tippling and gambling saloons. i aa. V T i ,vv "r roaooFi.ioHTKK.D-'iaaspud IJ f rlb1 g'Mi0r 10 " r 0W i.e ireeU, , I Komahium! -The lie. J. M. Oii.lrtt bfgin cotirae of Icclnre on Btfudujr Tuning last, which jiromlaon to be both Interesting and In itrnctive. We enppoe they are to be contlu oed from week to week, end if will afford, we think, a proflitable way of Oiling up a lew Sabbath evening. A large number of the tracts of land adver tised In the Dolinqtimit List are erroneously re- j turned the taxes having been pnld at the prop er time, but not credited by the defaulting County Treasu rcr. Reporter. Astronomical Lr Turks We have been re quested to any thut the Key. Join A. Bowman, formerly of this place, but now of Erie, will de liver In this pluce. on the evening of Wednes dy the 29 lb inst., at Firemen's Hall, the first of a series of four lectures on the subject of astronomy, provided sufficient encouragement be extended to warrant the tank. Mr. B., we nnderstaud is furnished with apuratusfor throw. Ing more than en ordinary degree of interest into these lectures, and our citizens will no doubt derive entertainment and pioQt by at tending the course. Donation Visit. The friends of IW. A. M. Brown, Pastor of the Methoilint Church, pro pose tnukiiifr him a Donation Visit at the par sonnge on Wednesday afternoon and evening Jannitry Ath, 1850. Alt are cordially invited to attend. The receipts of the Cleveland, Puinesville and Ashtabula Road for November were : 1858 $102.492 81 1857 94.819 92 Increase 87.CC2 89 The Reading Room Associat.on is a fixed Inst iiul ion and commodious rooms have been rented opposite the Tremout House, and will be ln "a,,i,,e' P''ic about the first of ""'unry nrponer. Good for C'onnenut I At the specini election in Kingsville on Sat an) it v, C. 1). Rockwell. Eso.. wus re-elected to the office of Justice of the Peace, without an oppofine vote. Hrvorter. PnoTOGBAPiiy. Our friend Marsh, has se cured th services for a short time, of Mr. II. S. UuNsiiKK, formerly wjll and favorably known, to the citizens of this place, from his skill and proficiency in the picture art. We have been shown several specimens of his more recent tri umphs iu Ibis line, which are fully equal to the uesi specimens ot the art. Those of our ciLi. tCiis. winhiuir to nrocuro a faithful and autUfac- tor jc,ure for m n0ija. nretieut , other. wise, will do well to avail themselves of the present opportunity. When we become am b'tinuless, and our estimate of self is too modest, a.td desire begins to fail, there is nothing like admiring one's shudow, to bring buck a due quantum of pride and self complacency. It has the best setting-up effect, of anything with which we are acquainted. Okobok Hall, id offering some strong in ducements for the purchase of a musical instru ment. lon'l fuil to tuke him at his word, and pat his pretentions to the test The wealth of the two great centres of Bo"'n mid New York amounts to eight huu- d"'u n"''"P or dollars ew ork having $525,000,000, and Boston $275,000,000, or a litile more than one hulf that of New York, The property of Boston is one hundred millions more than thut of Philadelphia, and nearly tliree tm,e tQut r Baltimore. It is said that has more property, per capita, than any other city iu the world. 3t The total number of Indian warriors now in Florida, all told, is about thirtv.fiva ineii anil it j supposed thut they, wiiu all their squaws Bll(j children, will be induced to emigrate in less than two months, always pxeentinir S-m Joiips. v o ' who will doubtless die in the green everglades where he bus lived so long. 9 A child iu Woodstock, Maine, recently Jilocied its neck at the second vertebra, by fulli" down tluW' 80 ,,,Bt 1,18 hca(1 WM turni'd ,,ulr arouud' 8,,d t,,cre smutted fixed. Chlo- reform was employed to relux the muscles. The hcud was replaced and the child has re covered. "No, thank you," replied a passer-by. Tm uot fond of 'gluss pudding,' it's very apt to give one 'panes' iu the stomach.' A miser grows rich by seeming poor ; an extravagant man grows poor by seeming rich. &r Those who apply themselves too much to little tilings, couimouly become incapable of great ones. sSr Sydney Smith could discover no relation between Modesty and Merit, excepting that they both begau with M. A jilted chemist finds love to be com posed of filWn parts of gold, three of fame, and two of affection. Ma. Eoitos At Oiie happy aeaaoa, when all ChrUtendom U celebrating the Adient of the Son ol Man, yen may peruapa think that the accompanying vereea ma.v Bit aa appropriate niche In the Tkltfrmpk, Sir CbrUmaa Day. Tbey were, at aiy requeet, gtvea to wa by a gifted Wend, juat, aa the dale aLowa, I ' I J S. R. Ashtabula Dec. 22, 1858. Vobis Gaudium Magnum. I. Fhout amd tlia full Hoaanna ! Let the earth reaound with eong. For our dreary night la broken By the Day excled long. II. Shout aloud the full Hoaanna t Heart and knee bend all and aoaie. Welcome Joyou.ly tha Stranger Coma Io make on earth His bom. III. Shout aloud tha full Hoaanna I Ulna your volcee high and dear. Tell, with truatlng heartfelt gladneaa, Tbat your King and God la bar. IV. boot aloud Uie full Hoaanna f Tell how He who dwelU on high, 1-efl the boaoea of tua Fattier In maoger made to lie. V. Shout aloud the fen Hoaanna f All hU glories gladly ten. All Lla aajeety and power, AU be kit wltb bj U dwatt. VI. Fthauttloud Uie fuU Heaannal Praia wilb free and eameet yolea. And hta uierciea telling over, Hid the earth and tea rrjoia. VII. Rbnu aloud III full Heaaan t RaUa tli Angella bynui ago; "Ulory to to God tha Ilfxheat, CbrlaUnaa," - " --' W No loss than 600 youths, ambitions to "seek the buble rctuiiui w, .i .i.. . ..' . it. I waa, iiHjvaii(nilinvaiii are bedeijfing the Preideit for the ten Went I:iDt VMh "at large which be lu the NiscretloD to appoint Rememher that all the Clothinrf. Uafa. Cans and I nrnUliInf Mnoria, In U Imrf atoek of A. Main w will ar aoi.n. II too liave Tlia Caaa, yen oaa buy at arena to auM taatoauara, I lard I imaa and all aonoeetxl. 470 - A. hUrl.K a Co. MARRIED. At St Patera Chnrrh, In Ihla vlllaira. na Saaday taet, by the Ra. Jaroea Manner, MIIKMIAH ULUUAKU to AMIJA A. MDI K.INS, both af Aabulnila. tn tlartfhed, Vnmn, Dee. Slh, by Iter. rr. Bit hnelL r. Ww. MATAKtt !,of I'alnaa.llla O , and JANS KI.I.KKV, doofb ter of tlia bile Dr. John L. Coiiiatot'k, of llartfmd. tn Palneavllle on Ibe 14lh Inal Irr J, T. Dnollllle, "Tan., Mr. WM H. IIUrtCAN and Miaa KLUAUGTH I1ACON, betb af Palneavllle. At t'nlonvllle, on tha Mb Inrt., by Hav. R. S Kaleatoo, W. F. OAI.KM, of Madiaon, and MAH J. HOW AHU. ta effarann on tha 1Mb lnal by Ker. A. D. Old. IHUa FHANIH A. KKfK to Mr P. V. V AN Iir.lK rH Itrt. lath, br Kev. N. P. Hally. of Paineaville, Mr. HOWKI.f. W. -I'AI I.IIIMI. nl Madlann. and Ml.. Villi A I'AVNE. aee- ond dau(hter of Mr. H. W. Payne, of Perry. In Maillann, November Knth, by Per. 1.. 8 AtVlna, afr. AN SON HAi.l. to Mine AMANDA PATCHIN, all of Madieoa. A In, br the earn a. In Madl.on, Dee. 14th, Mr. BI1.A8 N. ULltKlltJtlMn to Hlaa nAKAII 4. UAUIMH. Alao, by the aame, at Ibe reaiilenee of the brlde'i falhee, la Madiann, Itee. lwth, Mr. BENJAMIN Me INTV KB. of Sprinr I Sold. Pa- to Miaa Jl UA BLACK, af U.a r.n..r i.laa. DIED. InCnnnaant, Dee. 2mh, KIJNICB FliEDK ItirKS wife of John Krederirlta, afred Hoyeara. In JelTrr-on the Pith Inat, of eronn, EDWARD EUGENE, on of Merrilt A. and Anna Hunter, aged a yeara. To Fathers and Mothers. You know how Important It la for your children, thai vnn ahnuld keap (rood health. How frequently do we aee fei'ele parenta drea-ed in nuiiiriiiiia n aroiiiiiii 01 me ueatn ni ihalr bvloe ehlloren. Whet a pity It 1 when, by proper rare and rfeieillea, all Iheae triala and trouble ran be avoiiled. When hea lb-can be ra- atored to the parent and lifr and liapplneaa to the elilld. He alnre Uie health nf the mother and yno nlirlate tha neeeaelty of Paregoric, Ondrrey a Cor.ll U. and otlier li.jutl.Mia raronlira fnr eryiui enililren. We entreat you, aa wa deaire to Improve the condition of our race, tn procure Dr. Mnrae.a Alnamaeand read bow diaeaaea areetiMI in aocordance with Natura l iawa with Innocent Koota and Planta. Pregnancy. Durlnr thla erlllral period Morae'a Indian-Root Pllla will be required, bemiiae they eleanae tha bndr I mm thoae morMd biimnra, and thoroughly nrlve away all lna, and give eaiw and comfort to the mother. From one to three of tbeee Pllla, taken two or three timee a week durlna pre truancy, will ranee the mother aanft-aad a tav deliverv, and will be aure to aire a alnut and henlthr ennatitutinn tn the ehlld. llr. Morae'a ludiaa ltoot I'UU ara aold by all daalrra la Medieinn. A Mkmpmai. Wonder. We are asstirod that no Innmiaiie em portray the Immediate and alr.ioat miraeuknia ebamre. OCCa.ioned hv llr. HnlMakr'a NrivniHiiii. U, mm Pill and IIi.ikiii Pi airi:a in nervuua diaeaars whether bro- aen onwa oy atraneae or weak be nature the anetrunr and relaxed ayateni la at once recruited and renovated. Tha Medi cliiea hava a threefold aetioo. Tbey ponre, purify, and rtrenathen, at the aame tinav. Ilenee Utetr aatoumllnf auree of lo.life.tlon. Ueneral liet.l lty, Blllloua eoroplainta and In termittent Fever. In fact, tliete aeema to be no blo3 of ail ment to whl. h they are not adaited. llr. Koliaeb'a advertiae. ' mem la an apical to common aenae, which all who need na leal treatment will do well to read. CARD TO THB LADIES t The Hachish," or Percie Pills, for Females. are Inlalltable In removing obetruetiona and trregnlaritiea of wie menaea; wey give airengrn to uie nervee and a youthful elasticity ana iliror to Uie ayatem, and impart atrenglh, clear neae and brilliancy to tlia eye, Increasing Ita (merer of faaeina tion to a remarkable dcaree. Deaitfiied anlelr aa a reinede far irreirnlarilii a, AeM and In give tone and beauty to tlie eye, for which they have no eijual, yet they abould not he need dura iiiK prt-KiMMicv, iw reaaaia ol vnKD aee airecurnaa mat ae emnpany each box and packaire. For all complaints at I. in a from deranired menatruetton tbey ara nneoualed and infalliahle. 1'he sappreaatea ao common la apeedily relieved, all Irrefritlarltiee are onrrectrd, and bv tlie uae of the Paacia Pil.l.8 there will be no recurreneea o theae complainta. Their effect upnn the eye ia not tranaient nor in the leaat injnrinua but henelldal and lnatlna. The hih Divor In which they are held by the many handled lailiee wlio have uaed them, ia aufft dent iruaranlee that they contain properties and produce ef ncta Un di neaaea incident to the female eonatttutina which have never before been obtained. Full directlona In eejdi boa and package. Theeirnature of EVII.K MOUTHS, Proprietor must tie on all genuine, which are Imported, only by M ASSOIl I.AI ItJK. Sold by all riruaviaU in tlie United Statee and Canadiia. Price $1.25 ner box: half boiea 71 eenta. Mall packaeea (baring the aparanc of an flnlinary letter) price oncunnar. eoiu only oy our general agenta. V . 0. AI.IIK.N a O'l., Cleveland, Ohio, to whom ordera ahunld he addreaaaeiL soia dv ,ki. WII.I.AHI). and Aahtbanla, O. 439 DUNHAM JOHNSON. NEW YORK MARKET—Dec. 22. FI)tjn Market nneha..k. .. ao i demand modorata for Ik Ea-tern and local tnvlea : there la alao eoine an-eulativa in quiry for aeatem aerounU i aalra of lO.tiWl at 4 l,ff4 40 fcr auiernne nuie : a n mi for choice do ; tiSfB ror ext. 2i)(.i 6)1 for -hipping brands round hoop extra Ob lu tha mar ket clo,lni unlet. WHE iT iuiet and unehanired ; sales of 4300 one prime wiuier reu irino aiiw aua law us BOiHuern at I 2 for red and I 411 for white. CORN Better : demand criteria aneeulatlv for weaiern erenunta ; aalea of 4UUU but mixed western at7bY7Sc In store afloat and delivered. POIIK Market firmer ; aalea of 2900 bbhl at 17 WKIU 0 ror old mraa; is ohiihzo for new mea ; lS6Ui8 7a for prime Including 1000 l.bla new mens deliverable January 1Mb at IS 26. LAKD-Firmer ; aalea of 2tl0 bbla at Halllc, 100 bhla nir April and Mav at 11 'ic BITTTF.K A moderate bualneaa doing at )2lc lor Ohio and 1824 for state. CHEEsE In requeet at 8j9iic. A7"E wish to cull the attention "of the Public to the fact, that we ar now receiving direct from New York, a full and complete supply of Fall and Win ter Gooda, peculiarly adapter' to the wante of this community, which we pledge ourselves, to sell at prices aa low aa can be found In thla county. In tbe Dry Gooda line, our stock comprtan a toll assort merit of Dree Goods, Shawls, Black and Fancy Silk., De l-aiuca, Caahmerea, Herenoa, Prints, Drown and Bleached cot tons, Woolen and cotton Flannels, Heavy Woolen, Dreaa trimmings, Glove and lloetery, tngetberwlth a tiiauaaiid oth er things, too numerous to mention. In Groceries, we are rulty stocked wltb everything In that line, and at low price. In tbe line of Boots and Shoes, we are at bom. Having devoted particular attention to this branch of tre.le lor a aer iea of yeara, we are evnfldeat that we can suit any customer, either aa to quality or pi Ice, having erery thing In that line, from a child' eack, to a French calf boot, of superior quality and make. The Hardware Branch of our bualneaa, has been constantly Increaalrig. and we have enlarged our purchaaee to meet ita demands, nulil we bar a full stock of all kind of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Hill and Cross cut saws, or all kind. Join er tool and builder materials all of the beat quality. A full stock of Iron and Steel, Iron aslea, Eliptic Springe, Carriage Bolt, Pin Bulla, Kail Koda, Peru Horse Shoe Bar. Round and Square Iron of all lixes. The very beat quality of Eastern Nells, rroin 26 up to 60 eta., always on band. Window glass, putt), paints of all kind. Linaeod oil, both Raw and boiled. Varnish, Turpentine, Lamp and Lard oil, wiiiie lead and sine I'ainta. ln Crockery we keep a good eupply of the beat quality of Iron, atone, white, Ught blue and common ware. Hat and Cap of every style and price, for man' and boy' wear. A small assortment of Blank Book, Stationary, and School Books. ln fact, almost any article demanded by the taste or neoaaai tie of tbe eommuuitr, can be bought of ua on aa favorable terms, aa at any place tar or near. Thankful for the very liberal patronage bestowed Ua us by generous public, we would say Uiat notwithstanding Uie bard Umea, we were never better prered, nor in better con dition to furnish good bargains to our customer for cash pro duce, or short approved credit, than at tbe present Urn. Do oa the favor to call and look at goods and price, and if yon do not suit youraelvea, you will hav made no loaa, aa ws make co charge for showing goods. ROOT ft MOIUUSON. September 2 Id, ISM. FOB I AT T11K STORE OF J. G. WRIGHT, T) ETURXING Inst week from New York X a, which ta unuaually Ute, for tbe aeaann, I found it much to niylntereet, Uiat Ml 1.1.1. MY UOUDS eon Id be bought U r cent elieaprr tlian I ever had bought them betore. Thia will enable me to sell my Goods at very low Figurre. Thai my euatomera mav he ensured of this, I wlah them to call and Kuuuiu uiy HOODS, belura pui'diaaing al-whera. My atoek eomprUea In Part of the following Geoda, and will b old low for CASH or HKAltt PAY. Millinery Oooclas. Cheaper than can U bought her or slsewbare. BONNETS, BONNETS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, RIBBONS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FLOWERS, COLLARS, SLEEVFS, tj- BAUDS, For Cash, at a very small advance rrotn Coat. VT.LVKT HI B BOH 3, of the beat qualities. hHAWLEa, ar tha latest styles, at th Lew eat Cash Prices Do not fall to call and examine. Tbe aaaort nt of CLOAKS I weU ailed, ao at eitreni low tirice. . HOOH WOOSTED SKIRTS, of Sherwood", make. SILK VKL VETS, for Boonala, all olta. SATINS, da do FKA THKM J, of all color, aad erica. WILLOW BASKETS, a choice aeenrtmcnt. F.VA ti: XOTIO.VS, a eery good aaaortmeaL aueh a ahawl pins Pnff-eaniba, Back, aide, aad every thkif 1 th Yaa ke Huttou Hue. Thankful for peat favota, I aolieit tb aontinuanea of th earn. J. a. U HlllllT A ah tabula, Oct. loth, 11 "da O . I NS, Very Snperir Article of Gold Pens, fur tale low. Call aud try then. S. C CHAPIfArf i fcw doon South of th Baak, Maia it, Ah tabula, 0, - DR. f. J. i.rrrra VDININE hUBSTlTUTR, or Nirte ToMC, will aura ft ft mmd JCVK, tU Yellow Panama, or Chagrcs FeTere, ean often be prevented by tha aaa af thla Invaluable ramed. The Kertpe la from a vary eeiehmted Pbralelaa afvf llil.tv Ave jaara eipevienea tn lloapiiala and private arwetiae In Nw York rtty, and baa beea tealed Wl all aeetlnne ad to anaatre duHn jt the aaet eta yearn with tlia avnat wonderful eueeeaa. la Uie Vieetera and tWuth-H eatarn amintry, where Fever and Arte nrwrail. it baa acenmpllaheet m.irh 1 oarinf tha dieeaaa aa wall aa raiarvalUwr and leeuaerattne Ue naian. ahatlered by the nea of Uulnloe, Movplilna and Mercury, or from oofrea aaa af tha traaliy aeetnitna aoeh aa are dally ...a ..r i...-nnprvunir Htvaini. loan eunertiui from pmatratinn after dlneaae, I reonnHnenil and fiiaranllea tlila -"'""r P""w '"'o. io araeelere In nnnenlthy ell K I wimld nae tha wnrda of tha well known CAPTAIN JOHN W. HANSON, onwot a l.rrerval l-a. t.lne. .a many yeara In the rloutliem and la.ilh Anaeilran )'oaaln i wonm aa an minim f'tnt tn aiea wlUlOot ft ruaV aWaewiLhoatliielJIjiNINK srHiTITI'TE J. U. UAZARD. Sola Proprietor, . . . A N lifl Maiden Une, New York. W. f!. BRFWFW, A irent. Weat SMe. Cleveleod, "bio. m4fl NEW FIRM. THE Undcrsiirni'd have entered into Co vartnarihlp andsr toe nam and ttyla of Lewis & Custle, w the parpoaa of carrying on tlia bualneaa of Joiners and Carpenters, In all their Tarlnna branches In thla plaea and vlelntty Our terma will be aa liberal and raaaonable aa any other Builden In thb) aectton of aoautry. Onr aliop will be located at the Saab and Blind Factory of flr.o. WlLLAno, in which we ahall hava Uie advantage, of' Ma chinery aow In aaa, ami to he eotled aa bualneaa may require, thereby Bavin- a larre amount ot time endlahor which with onr airmer emu eaperlenoe. will enable ua to eieeute all blnria of worn In onr line, on ahor! notice, and oa much better tenna than heretofore. We ahall be prepared to enter Into enntracta fnr Rulldinaa of any daeeriptlon and can fumiah Mateiinle If dealred. Particular attention riven to Veaael and lloat HnLhint;. Oa. data fnr Drawlnips Katimatea and .IpeHHcationa aoUeilad, aavd axeeuted with ifreat care and arotuntDaea. A.htabula, Doa. 7th, Idas. G. R I FWI 4t4rtN H. B. CASri.B. INTervv lirm. New and Increased Stock of Goods. SC. OSBORN. late of Kingsvillo, W log parrhaai d aa interest ia the Grocery Bualuee of Prentice & Smiih, the bualneaa will Be hereafter eeodaeted ander the aame and Sna of Prentice, Smith & Company, In nearly the aame range of trade a heretofore, but with much enhanced etnek aad bu.llttiee. Hue ef tbe Snn baa juat returned from New York, where time baa been taken t make liberal purehaaea, wltb diacrimi natlon, of aueh gieide aa will not tail tn meet tha want, and etielkiiire to meet the apivnfcation uf the dtiarn of the vll-Ua-e end eaaiity. The remit, of theae puicliaaer mav he seen and judged of ; as tbe nod ar coming to hand dally and will be billowed, by others aa ueeceaatty ahall require. Tb condition of tbe market Cast la a aufticient guaranty af the b m"l of Pr'". which theae purchaaee have been mane. 1 hat thee Inducement! oll'ered may be nut to tba ta.t i. tha ehief deal. of thoe. making them. GROCERIES. In this department the establishment will b aa well na. plied with a general and choice a selection of good aa awa be found in Ibe county. WOODEN WARE. Conaialingaf Palls, Tuba, Wash Boards, Sugar Tab, Hons. Broome, Butter Ladela, Rolling Plna, ate. Ao. WILLOW WARE. In large variety, anch aa Cloth aa and Market Raaketa, Rocking, Dining and Sitting Chalre for the children, Baacie aad labs. Hobby Horace, Haod riled, for the Bow; Berlin Baaketa for tha Ladiea. ln the Drr Goods Una. mav ha fonnd an uwwlm.nl a n. nestic Goodi-olMetinw. Mhirtin. Ticainz. Denlma. Priuta. a. PROVISIONS. Thla la a trad to which special attention will be given both In the purrhaae and aale. Will keep ennatantlv on hand a full jtock of Flour, Feed, Pork. Fi.h, Salt, together with Water Cement, Cured llama and sbonldera, for family nae aw. Dally anppllea of Freeh Can Oyatera, both Fair Raven and Baltimore, Pickled Claim and Oyster, Lobatera, and 8ao.ee Small Dealer furniahed with freah aupplle on HVral term PHENT1CE, SMITH ft CO. Aahtahnla. De. tat, 1WS. 47- Please Call and See 1 HAYING recpntly replenished my stock of looda, I now bar a full aaaorUnent of the eery best quality of Fancy Variety Articles, which I wlah to dlapoae of, aa soon aa poeaihle. Tha an parlor quality of (looda 1 now offer at greatlv reduced prleea, cannot fail to give my customer entire aatUiaation. All are invited to Call and See, what I hare, even thongh tbey may not wlah ta purchase. Amnnr sir enOLi eon will fi nH Pn-bai m.u r man School Hooka, lllank, Mlaeellaneoua and Gift Hooka.' The neat o.miiiv m i.ap, letter, ana Aote faper. Ink. Steel, and Choice Gold Pena, Imprceaion Paper, Miiaical Inatrnmen Violin, flu lea, rifra, Aecnrdeana, Jeus Harna, and Penny Whiatle. The Sweet or Juvenile Ufe, in the ahap of Great Variety of Ho quanity Candy. . . In my Literory Department, I hav a Urge aaenrtment af Papera, Mairaxlnea, ft, which at constantly forwarded aa soon aa publialied. Also back number of Magazines aud Papers, furnished at a reduced price. A Que asasortment nf Ladies' Fancy Baskets, Wicks, Cans, lanterns I-ampa, and Burning Fluid, Hemp and anaiy iwoi, buiiHUNi oum, anu Dira 1 age For thoae nice glrla and little boya, I have a SI'I.ENDHI l.nt of Tnya In abort; all thioga I've na-ncd, and many more. You'll And at CHAPMAN'S FANCV UTOilE. If you'll but call, I think you'll be Somewhat amuaed, at what you aee. And then, ahould yon onnclud to buy. I U aa. a,rrt. OA, Be.' aet . ricaae remmber Uie place, J. E. CHAPMAN'S Variety Store, A few door Sooth of tb Bank, Main Street, "7 AahUbula, O. Drugs, Stationery & Groceries. THE snhscriliers liavinp taken the Dnifr catabliahment of S. P. John.no. Intends to put the bu.l neae upon a more liberal and enlarged routing, by Infuaing In to it more vigor and a wider rang or bualneaa faculties. Hi large and varied Stock of Pnpcr, embracing every deatrlptlnn of the article' with envelope, and School and M'uctllantoui Rooks, will be added io th present stock U trad, Ugher with a new and Choice assortment of Groceries, AS It Large Additions of Drugs, which will enable him to meet the want of the community, and ciit-it their full and entire Kall.fnction. Tb manageuieul of tb biuiueai, will be entrusted te Mr. J ame8 M. Allen, whose well known habit of aeon race, and bualneaa apectally in the Drug Itepartment, eapecially fit kirn for thla pueition, and wellcoui the eauoliahment tn Uie confidence of the pub lic. Courteay d attention Io cuabunere in every buainea relation, II I. hoped will aeeure for th concern a ahar of th patronage of this town and vicinity. A. H. 8TOCKWEI.L. AahUbula, Nor. 23, IRAK. 44 New Goods Fall Supplies. C BENIIAM, Jr., has just reccired w from New York, a large and wall (elected Invoioe of Seaaonabla Dry Oooda, Groceries, Crockery and Glass-ware, Look-ing-G lasses, ic, &c, which, aa they find their appropriat place In th arrange suent of our new and aparioua .tor, nreaent, with tb a Lock oa hand, an array of Merchandise im.iirji.i.ad in Amount, Variety, Excellence and Cheapness. by any other eriabliahment in the town or county. In all these peniouiara, our aloe win lie sept np 10 th aanta or In.- eem niunlly and th eomlllion of the market, and tha wiabeaof our old friend, and the taalea of new onea, will be eoneulted and gratitled, with the aaau spirit and good foe ling, aa in time P- . M. hkMlAM, Jr. aafabala. aa. Mat, IMS. 46T a 0 6 0 3 V a ef a CO rm- o 3 e 9 w n a ! jr t I t V 0 m MAGIC WHITE SALVE. OP. HOWE'S Mric White SaWe, a Will take fctach morse oat. root sod branch, will aura boils, earn, warta and luotlaaaba. Ilia sura cure for Ihoas IIUMI uaeu. Tkey will all uWiipear is a few day wittiost foil, (or aal by A. ii. eriM Kv. ei.l, Atarul. . SrHSl BALDWUi, Cris, Fa. I i ITew Goods ! New Oood ! I Th andervlgned aow reeetvlng direst fraea TVwv Torli, oa raaa TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, MERCHANDISE, 1URCIIASED since the recent trreat llirnnv in vj ... . ... . r """.r- am, win na ania a vrnnn. ar Readr Pay, eliaapet than arar before uttered (n thU aavkat My asaortm-nt of Ooorl. tn erery depart- enent la full and enenalata an ... . .. . .. : " " r 7 w,v irienoa anq the pnbllc in geoeral, aiay rent aaenreu on being 1 erred eat aa eond a a at any other atabliabnieut aa Una aauaiy. With many and jfrateful thank to my nam. reus Cn.tnwiere, for their eery IrSaral patronage for the past twenty an yeara, that I have barn enrared la buatiana her. A enntlnuanee of your favor la anlielled. Mr future effort ahall b to serve you mora faithfully, ' Yoars, respectfully, ko, ' . . . CKO. W1LLARD. AaiiTainLA, Kerember 17, IMS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. A heantiful Bortmcnt ef Plain and Plaid 'rimHI. Bayeniwstilpe. Plain and Figured lleUna. Silk. Clngheaie, Prtnte, fco, for aale aheap. SllAWLES. A larre assortmpnt of Broche lone aqnare Shawla, Wool lng Hha.lr Stella and Mantilla Sha'wlea Chm. Alao Single aud double SUawU fur shildran, vry LADIES CLOAKS. A fine assortment of Winter Cloaks for La dies, for sal bean. CLOTHS and CLOTHLXG! A large stock of Broad Cloths of erery frrade and color. Alao Reaver Cloth, C aaa line raa, gattlnetta, Ken tucky Jeana, Veatlnga, Ae Ac Havinr a number of peraona ewgagsd, I am now prepared ta furniah READY M APR Clothing, to ardat oa short notice, and all work warranted. HOOTS and SHOES. Mens Fine Calf Boots. " Kip - Heavy " Bore Rip Nan's Ru liber Koota and Shoea, aad a general a Ladie s aud Children's ahaee, , HATS and CAPS. A fiooi aortmentof th latent 'tit lar aal cheap, at WILLAKU'S. CROCKERY! A oew and splendid lot at Crockery k Class ware, juat raceiTed. HARDWARE. A rery extensire aportment of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, oempriring almost rarytbing usually needed in this section. For Bale aiieap. GROCERIES! I hare now for sle the best and choicest stock of FAMILY OlvOCEHIES, that aaa be found in tha County, conalating of Porto Klea, ff. O. Sugar. Choice Green and Black Tea, tjtewart Crumb do Java, I agulra a Kin Coffee " Pulviirfaed do Freah Ground Code Granulated co Codfiah " Coffee do Whiteflah " Sugar Honaa Syrup. aialna N. O. m P. K. Molaaaes. Alao Bar and Chemical Soon, Pepper, Spire, Clove, Not mega, Cinnamon, Citron, Smoking and Chewing Tolaacco, Piim Snuff, Saleratne, Soda and Cream Tartar, Ac. a, for ale aa oueap as to cueapen. DRUGS and MEDICLVES. My stock of Medicines is more perfect and general than ever, and sufficient to meet th wants of th eomninnlty. Phyairiau and Families supplied on tb moid faaoraU term by GEORGE WILLARD. A any a art, a, KovemhaT IT, 1A, SMITH & LOCKWOOD'S BALLAD FOR THB " ECstrd Times. " BY A BAUD, WHO KNOWS ALL ABOUT IT. Com now and listen to my jingling rhyme. All y who are preaaed by tb cry - Hard Tinraar And I will tell yon with Utile parad The rery aaf ptmcc a tkt world to trad; Where youl get tbe worth of your many and ever, Til at 8a itu Lockwoud's welt ailed (tors. Tltey hava ntrftlumg there, tbe heart aaa desire, With price lower, and quality higher, Than ever before was known in town. And thus tbey have gained a high renown; So coma at ones with your dollar and dimes, And prove th truth of theae rustle rhymes. Their good are tb choicest, the richest and best. That rrer were bro't an far to tha West; And if you've a doubt of this statement from mo, Juat call there yourself and la! you will aee. Such splendid array a never before. Has greeted your eye in a village store Tbey hav beautiful silks of every hue. Bayadere atria, and Peralan too I Merinoea an fine, and splendid raahmerft, All Btined for tbe'r quality for and near; And when you see them Tm sure youl wndet. How tliey oaa sell no cheap and not " go under.' Tbey have th nicest Paramettaa too, And Delaine of pattama rich and newj With print of every variety rare. Which were (elected with tb greateat ears; And all will be aold to suit the Hard Tiro," So, Hurrah! bring on your dollar and dime I They hav laea and ribbon, for a trifling euro. With glove and hosiery, tkutf mm aa And carpet whoa texture, so rich and bright. Fill every beholder" bract wltb delight; And a few choice groceries, so fra-ih and nice, That toon aa they'r seen, they sell In a trios. All thee thing Tv named, and a thousand more, Are sure to be found In th it wonderful .tore. Where the merchants are kind and the clerk pellta, And they show their goods with gen'roo delight, Chargtug yon aataiaf a mil for tha Might I Tho It better Car, than a circus parade. So come and aaa, if you cannot trade. And when ones tbe splendid array you're aeen. You'll loudly exclaim a did Sheiia'a Queen, We have heard am, but Io! and behold I rt Aa(f" tm mm Aa arr area lafat' And if yoave a dollar or sven a dims, You'l buy roureelve rich, tn leas than na tun; Then homeward turning, aa never before. You'l bless your .tars for Smith Locwoo's stars. Main Street, Ashtabula, Ohio. TTOLIDAY GIFTS M.O. Dick has JL. a. jut been receiving s large atoek of Gifts, for the Holidays, comprising Gift Books, Toys. Candiea, A c, whlib la addition to hU turner atoek, cannot be aorfauera lor wmrtmtm, ant aiile or our largeet towna. Alan ioarg lor laHV. rtemember tal Dlara. the new Hook and Varlclv a aire. ML O. DICK. Aahtabula, Ilea, tth, I WW. eof Ducro L Brother's yets Calintl Wart Rooms Asklabula. THE SUBSCRIBERS would reapest-tVl fully inform the eiiwna ef AahUbula. V&t nd viciuity tbat thy bare opened a I New Cabinet ware room in tha building formerly eesapfed a th store of Mr. 8lwrd aoolh and Main Street. Having had, during a leaidane In Germany, aa excellent oa- Crtanlty kir learning their buainea la all Ita drpartiuerta, aud liuf lived eeverai years ia lb fc'aetem Statea and alae car ried oa bualueaa ia JeoVisoa, Sv tit laat twa yaara, they foal autiaeriaed to say Uaat tbey can proa at ctutaauara with work OT TO BE EXCELLED I In thai sountry. Aa afaoitmsat mt Germna, Freush aad Kof- FURNITURE ! la aow en haod read y for ahibcUoa V Tiartor, od tkaar aalls ore reaiaaeuuny auiicttao. We are detarudued nut to be outdone, either In the quality sf aur work ar the champoeea of euraruolee. fV Viaikduu Is ordar, nrompUe, and warranted I give eetUlicUou. COFFINS . Kept on hand, of all kinds mut aiaaa, aadaaaue a araee, a the ahorteat untie. 17 lioo't foegt tha place and algn of CsiUIJYET 4- COtHJS- H'AREROOMS three bulliUag snath af ". I. Jonaa Co.- Mart 8 bop) and re sarnie to aali before eiimhaaing aieewlieae. Aalitabala, Jan. I. ! t0 CLOCK REPAIRING. All persons living ta the village and vkinlty, snn hav their Clocks Vcuairwi at thair Dwellings, by leaving their name at my shop. Aah tabula, Ire. I, 141. A. W. felXTLK. rAL.Ii TTIAJDE 1 0 5 0. 1 take rlrnpnre In say- intr to my friemlg, that I ma aow prrparrd U evhIWt one ml UK Rlcbeat, moat varied and nxiA.u'x'xyrxJXj. aeortnisnt mt FALL and WINTER GOODS Tt displayed a tbU village, and caroprlalng Uparlu foUwsi DRESS GOODS, MPS? RUM and CASHMEPl ROBES, f rich and l.ga. dealga. Plain Merinog, Rich Trinted Do Laines, Haxony riaid-, 1'rinted Merinos, Iiomha-inea, Valenclnt, Mohiiirg, Gioghams, tC, etc. rlaio and fnnry Silica, Black Gro le Rhine s, l'ojilin. Ginghams, jLlpacas, Velvets, rriuts, A Largt Stock of SActlingi, Bleached Flann! ........ ts t 1. . A surt lor lot mt Coths, Batiiipta. tVsimerea, Keotuekr Joans, Printed flannels, Vestingg. A lanre line of DRESS TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY, MtTTS, GLOVES, WHITE GOODS, e, a. A good anorbr.etl of e3XTA"VA7Tnar, Brocha, Stella, Silk and Cashmere, All of the above I pledge myaelf to mil as low, for tha aame quality a ean be bought In thU dtv, for pt If. Trust u very anfaahionable. Very! I alas hava good stock of Boots, Shoos, Rubbers, IJats, Caps, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Hardware, Crockery, tfec, 4c, &c Ptoses call .nil . .l i ,,. , . .. sell you, the fault will not be nuns. ""r "S loos JNO. P. ROBERTSON. SIXTEEN YEARS n? TBB WILDS OF AFRICA. 1 000 Af,nt" Wanted to sell Dr. Lit- U V IVOiTOKrS Travel, and ..pforetio,,,, aarin re-idenc of 1 1 year In tha V, tlda ef Africa. 1 1 H1.S ia a work of thrilling adventures and hair-breadth . eapea among mvage beaaU and more savage men. Dr. I.iv Injratone waa alone and unaided hv any whit tuan, traveling with African aftendanta, among different trilie and nationa, all strange to him, and many of them hoatile, and albiarether fnim n. t imi.I .ilMiLhin. n.L .i a ,1 .. . v. . " " . ' -..... ,.i i larre me worm lias ever eeen. All our Aa-enU acknowledge it aa Uie most saleable book publialied. The moat iilieral eommiaalon made to Agsuls la small or larg ouantltle, For particnlare, addreas North Fonrth'street, Philadelphia, P Cple by mail, free, on receipt of th Fries, $Vis. NOTICES OF THE PRESS. From aMim. IKa Knulwl. r a. l.i . . ., - i " "i nonce, irom III moat reapectnble journals or tlie country, of our cheap edition or " Livingstone' Travels and KxuloraUana ia Africa." wa take the following: " U bounda in deacrlption of ttrange and wonCerfnl ere nee among a people and in a country entirely new to tbe etvilited world; and altogether we regard it as one or the moat intereau log book issued within tbe past year." DmUf bimmermt, PaUeraea, jr. . It Is emphatically an edition for the people; and, judtta froro tlie raiiid aale with which It ia meeting, it i fully alVnra td by ti.n.--Criel.. ., HomUm. ' HV "The book I having a great run, and will be read by svery rearhng-man, woman and child, in thia as well a other lande Jtklmbmln, Omim, TtUgrmpk. - Tli work U Snrly 111 oaf raced, well printed and trmly bound, thus answering In every respect th demand for a non u lar and cheap edition of the Jnumeva aad Kenearehee ia South Africa." Thoae of our reader who would hare a de lightful hook for resiling at any hour, will not be diaaonointtd in tlua work." V. 8 JmmrnmL "With troth vre ean my, that eetdnrn I pmirated tn th. reading p.,Nic a work containing Mch a Tartamount of anil? nrtractlon a. the one In qneart. Th. volume la bandaorns- Frnmilf Afvsifa. aTbl. I. 1! a. -v-...a , . .. . f . ' ,'-" -wa auo-.iu n u me nanas or every one. ItlnWrtingru oi-adventareaarefull of Inatroetioa and amuaeroent fen thousand copies, it h .toted, hav been sold In one month."4ra aaarursa. " Dr. Uvlngatone'. Travel and Researetiea fn Sooth Africa appear ta . great advantage in thia edition, which is nndoubled ly the edition moat aceepuble to tha reader who read for practical instruction and amusement. W.. aTh.MllUM.n. lu , m . ... ... ur . ,'"a"voiiwe i ravel, publtatied by J. r BmJ'F-J""' "" tt purnorta to be. Like all Mr- Brad kry pubUcaUom, it I excellently gotten p.t . :. n ' aig-uaaav-, rm. " We can recommend th edition or TV Livlngawme'a Tra vela, nnl.ll.he.1 I,. I1HI. r oun-j .. " " l,;m Zi Vr ' "', "-iiiiia, aa every war Wortbv of nubile ialmia. I,. evuii , . wwttkv- CAUTIOV Th attention of the PuMl.her haa been tailed to amirbai. edition, af thb work, put forth aa Narrative, of Dr. Uvingatooe Travel lu Africa." Our I. tha only eheas it""" Of this great work published, and onntains all the important matter of th Engliah edition, which i mid at sis dollars. SPECIAL, NOTICE. To Agents and Canvassers. . Te,"T recently puhllahed aeveral new and aale Me bosk. lL?l'L?Vi,J!j'U'"''C "d PRIVATE. LlkE mt LOUIS A,L ! Z;0fl w,Ul H"T!1''1 cfoticea of hie rn.it di.tiu- Sii.oel Miuiatera, General and Favorile, and tba IMJIA ISTOtr, being a complete Hixtorv of India and th aea sent Wars'- Tt, Amrml mrndtk, Vemmm," a tal of thrilling Interest, by S. T. Arthur; Lift Dr. F.. K. As, and the distinguished American Elplnrera, e, c These, with our former Eitenaive Catalogue or Popular Bonk, give ua th beat and most saleable iiat sf Publications ear offered In Atrenta end Canvasser, to whom wa offer the ? !f!W.'7' 9mhI for w "A wl"Ch i. sent fre to any part of th United SUtea. Sm-ttii NEW GOODS I Claoapor tlxnaa. Ever. YOU cbti save moper by porcliasinc your Good or ' 1 b W. R. ALLEN, And get th very best tn th market. Dry Coed, f all kinds Ladiea DreaGood. new at r lea: Drees Trimmings, . . .. . . Maiaaat Rikkon. And all sort sf mney Good aud Nstlons. HATS and CArS, Suear. Taa, nffee and Sreeeriaa teasrally. Btatiaaery-kakogl mid aliacallaneou D o o ix a, DRUGS, MEDICIvrs, OILS. DYE-STUFFS, rjlXTS. a v . a ar wa- w . I ba.a a general assortment of all kinds of Goods, which I win sen lower (nan ever oemaeoiieres to its vountr. Call and see, sod jua will b ouviuea4. Book Biuding. If yon want Book or Macwrlnea bound tn good sir la, yea aa get them done at the Jeaeraon Book Bindery. Jvttreoa,0l-i3, Ibis, dot W. at. ALLE.V. a I. Benedict & Sons, are rU.lv raeaivilur their FALL and WINTER STOCK OF GENTS, BOrS, and CHIIJ3REJTS HATS and CArS, tomprialng rerlety of atvlea af GENTS, SILK A CJSSh AfiatA MATS, tarn Fall of ltoe, alao aU th latsat ljla SOFT FELT HATS, sf si colors; Cloth, Glased, Pluah, Telvet, aad Far CAP a aj iaaiti'l aesartuiaot of tie. bast f nallijr sf Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs, Gsvts Fat Mufflra Far Glove, - Bujfulo and Fancy Sleigh Roles. Ala, a good aaaortuMnt ml ' TTlwTTlT. sTMT.T. A aa. Trunk, and Travelllus Bagi, all of wbiab are WlU tell . . arv low Buieaa. at 201 Superior Sl Cleveland, O. o XJLmPP.i AshtaUlaA New Lis. -r". atiaaajula. ..or. 1L UiS. Trig Ansae! Uall -a . 1 I iZy.-. WT. r"." Tsald.onmpm.T. Tujl . " .JIOUM.W iM-wll,ta AshUkulaloaatr, It brT' ,t'- V -. y !, at 10 e ctoek, A M Tb"! Cfl Amrst akf amalal a", at ...a... a. L - " . a' evawaw v we.,. tmf nra MJllkjr IMf W.ll M lCa1a nana u riaJi-TT -j,, M j ftVfgii a Vv j. . ef be " Cash JW fcr ttl Ki-Tt ff Sh'ifh: .-. JTurf, TJaHalo XloLe., 4.O., E. O. OLUASON, AGEITT. nAVTXO a Inree stork of ltty Vip and rare, kvo. U pre pared as me all .idem tmt i Ladiea and Missc Furs, of th rarest and richest stvlee of every vaHetv, raanoairVMea ed aa order by the best masufauirr in hew Yoik, eonsluUur Mantelets, Mantillas, tapes, Cvffs Muffs S great variety of Mlrra Pure sf all kinds; Ladle fa Mitrn and illovra, OierKhm-a, Ac Ae. Alan, Cloth, Fur, Ploah, Milk Olned So4 ttt aw earattf ( Ueula, Young hn'a aud Lhildrea'. HATS nod CArS. Ptnsh and Fur Muffler, fthwa and Mitt f fur. CU'th aoel uokikla, of ail tin at lea in Market. BUFFALO ROBES, y ft aal wring), togelber wiib FISE FAWT ROflKS. All of which will b aold aa low a ean be purelmeed beie oe eleewher. 3r An eiarnlnauea ef eiratosk It rea;f.ilf eeiiaiM. ' Bales Booat ! Fioki Block, 2nd ttorj. H the ak-ne of Ih. aaberi)r, I. H. ROBEhTS wlU V nd to tlie want of Cai.teiiiem, I'tn or it -dir X3 "V7V" Q-OOX3I9II mf '.p- parea, with a Nevr Tall A. Winter Goodi I ; T. affer t Onr Friends and the pnWI gnrai)y a good mm aaaortmaut as sny Vsristy Store U tli Country. Ia sag JOKY GOODS DEPAHTMENT, may b fonnd a Urg stock nf Clothe. Claalraare. SaUaeiwa Flannel, and all tbe new and varied at r lea of i Dress Goods, Shawls, lloop SkirU, JLe., A largo and ta Stode of Boots and Shots, ' or asasl larg 4ok of Groceries, of Superior quality, jrocKery, ; llardwnre, Hats and Caps, 4 Wall Paper, , IS'ails, Glass, Putt, l'aiuts, . . ., Oils, &C.,lfc W tirlnVll Smft SSSSm ttmmSmA MIST . 4, a. . a, a' CMtou.. mm Cheap as the Cheapeat, as that I Ui trad w particularly dealt, and .hall mdem. Tor to take care of. Vi e take ph-aaura in abowfng our Oooda, and ahall br happy a do ao at ana tiina. She witbaa la u aan hardly act to sell. JaAfsW,, O-. t ,SM. V1" COLI1- Programme for December f i rREDES REDUCED II I?DWAltD n. BOBERTS, bai reduo--A dth price of ui oUre mUxk of Drtss and Fancy Goods, th twrntr"BT' f V d would sail sHaaUoa a Good faat colored prints at 10 cents pr wd ' Merrimack Cocbeco printa 11 " ue8i ae Liainea 20 " Handsome Poplins 31 " " , ValeutiasaPoiledeCheTeres44 " French Merenos from 1 shilliiagsparcla. Union Plaids at twentT-eivlU cetits. Good Blanket Shawls at worth, 6,50. d? . , do s da 7.00. Koibroitteriea at cost or less; MautilUg aud Shawls rery low. AU other Goods will Le offered at 11 great -reduction fioia former price. Also A large stock of Ladiea Far ' Goods, to which we invite attention. j THE best assortment of Tobacco in town. - - ao. very nlee riaUral I .oaf, at ETIW. H. ROBERTS. fP yon have any Cash to spare, the plac a ' M.wr a m.wnu mm snw. II. It! Hi a. It na. TV" JEW ltuisius can be found at Eowaao H. Roaixrs. G 00D Molasses at fifty cts. a gallon, at e-nwaao n. itonun. B LANKET Shawls, rery cheap at KiiWARD H. Ron ear. ILAXNELS a . eery low prices, at large assortment and HuwaltD H. RiiBKra. IULLED Cloths aud Satinets, Tery low . brat rat. Good, at Fi.wae.r H. Rofkti. DHESS Goods ia all styles will lie soil very cheap at KnwARn II. RormHT. T-TOOPS iu great variety, at koWABD H. RoaSRT. o OliN BdskeU cau be found ftt Edward IL Robvrt. G OODS of all kiuds, cheap for Cah, at tiKin H. Kuaaars UTTEH WAXlinriu HbWiSD M. EUIHS B SOAP 1 Soap ! Fay'b Best Bar Trans .arent, Oenuaa raid re. Honey, Chemical Olive, and Fast ey 80APS,jt Kit. H. RobERTH. EDWARD U. K0BEUTS, AgcnTf7i the sale ef Duryes If Forsyth, Manufacturing Ce.'i CKLEBJATEO PLATFORM k COUKTia BCA9SV HAVSCAJj, A.i XM.Z- Xroor 3,ro-. Seals aod Xacaa fumiahad U onhar at Haoutaetore prleao. XTT Jot Sals, on FilRBASk? i PLATFORM eCAUL k gwJ order, will be aold cheap. OOK8 Church Psalmist PraT- Book. a4 Tk sag. sf Hum, lot amis ky M.. DFClk rPllE beat Syruoyoa ever saw, at JL KDW. H. BO'j ERTI. F1 RiiT rate) Molasses Chea Kl tl. KOrtirRTO. I'lCES of all kiuds, at EDW. H. ROtjF.nTII. TO THE LADII.S t fete ot Eitraet Muak. a v . " " MftV mm m iowK atrot Magnolia, laKtimctt lMnw vlreot 1'autheuley, B... , . , r ia tt-rva mmi V'iu. KaUaOtJorl Aa J '. Poma ejviua, aiina..aii.o m,, . ,L Pblennal, Bear all and Ivoaa Oli aau mm l ,i . 1 ,..1.. . -a,. '.' H. C. fimiiss. A'lTACHMENT.. Moot Morrison, 1 Beftira Jnbu Booth, J-aeiie of tlie Peace of Aalnabula lewto ahip, Aaulaiiula lu- liiis. arainat B D Haekat, lanuaut ! ON th iiiteuth day of November, A 0 wid Juatloa iaaued aa order of attachment la tbe abuva amino f... .. ..... Talrty-lwa Dollars and niuetv throe aaule, whi. h caea ul r bearuig aa tha lath day of Ji...e. v, A ll Im ltT a klllrilfmK, . HATS and Caps A food assorttufciitTf desirable atvlea. luai raaslmd aA ... AprU L, UUt. B1UC; fi AM k I . ' (J0LD rEy$he iu luarket, at 11. i.:,t.l.