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A8HTABULA1 f 3l:tri.iy Slo-mlnf, OctolxT 3, 1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ttf Caeer- WHIte." Deaalaom, Jr. se sewt. OxrnMr-Rkrt C. Kirk. In.nW lllltm Y. Sbtlita, W aua atrfor-Reert W. Taylor. F Jtatt 7 am AlsVeaf P. . tW Stmurf tf attars Addlaon P. RultU. Jse l"nH ITVta John B. Gregory, i'w Scaeei Onwriwtmcr 1 Smyth. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. V Psprraeafarir Abel Kre. Je r-'llllari Hendry-. IV fYe4W.no(-fIs,nrjr Fasaett. far TWmr W. K. French. V iVm Mrwtf John t. Farmer, fw JTr James Wbttnaore. . Ctifan r J H. Kllbarn. fir Infrmtrf Drrsrter J. P. Etllnll THE COUNTY CONVENTION. Tha Convention tt Jefferson on Monday lost, m full and earnest, but harnioDiai odd, not withstanding, little contest between double sets of delegates from Couoeaut and Harpera fleld. Tbe nominees of tbe contention are in an nnuoa degree) men of. ability and private worth, aod wt believe, anjoy tbe confidence or tbe Republicans of tbe County. The result of the proceeding!, in one or two instances, were unexpected, bat not tbe lest gratifying. Tbe nomination of oar townsman, II. Fassktt, for tbe Judge-flip waa not thought of, until after the gathering of tbe delegate. Tbe compli ment waa worthily bestowed, and is alike grati fying to oar local prido, and sense of justice. Ashtabula baa been Tery fairly dealt with, in tbe gift of tbia and the Pros. Attorneyship Mr. FabxbVs jadgmcnt, business habits, and recognition of the claims of economy io tho discharge of the duties of tbe office, commend od lit him for the place. The straggle for tbe nomination of re-prose ftrfrre be mn!td unfavorably for the editorial fnternlry, Mr. Cacx ontninning both Mr. Air tes and Mr. How ills. The former did not look, we (oppose, tery confidently for renomi Dstioo. With Mr. IIowrlls, we believe, it was otherwise. The disappointment is felt, bat our neighbor bears it with a manliness, which we trust, may commend him to better treatment at tome future time. Mr. Krck, we think, is well qualified to fill the place with credit to himself aod bis eonstitaoney. Tbe re-nomination of Mr. French, by acclamation, to tbe treasury di rection, was flatteriog, but deserved. Tbe popu larity of tbe whole ticket, we doubt not, will secure for it a hearty support. We give below the balloting ; Reprteenjptive Abel Aran thottn. 1st Ballot 2d 3d Abel Krara 29 46 62 D C Alien IS H W C Uowolls 39 47 45 8 Hayward 4 Erastus Devan 7 A Kellogg, 1 Taylor 2 103 107 107 Mr. Cram having tbe majority of the whole vote cast was declared duly nominated. Tbe following balloting were then had nominees for the other offices. for Sktritf William Hendry thottn. 1st Ballot W Hendry 54 M W Wright " 38 J B Phillips 4 SBBeckwitb 10 Franklin Wcodworth 3 109 10" Probate Judge Henry Fatettt thoten. 1st Ballot 2d 3d H B Woodbury J S Wight O N Biubnell 8 A Xortbaway O W St Joho II Fassett A J 8 Barnes H P Castle 12 9 11 12 11 36 7 12 12 14 10 11 49 12 10 81 8 106 113 107 N. E. French was nominated for Tro asorer by acclamation. Recorder Jamet Wkitmore chosen. 1st Ballot 2d 3d J Whitmore 37 37 56 A Tomer 10 8 3 P Baker .24 25 25 L Gould 19 18 6 UGaylord 16 12 7 106 87 100 Protending Attorney . Q. Farmer. 1st 2d 3d 4th Sth 6th P 8 Wade 30 40 60 48 51 47 NL Chaffee 10 1 C B Siraonda 19 21 2 2 N O Hyde 2 J B Burrows 11 J Q Farmer 28 39 48 49 49 54 CommiuiontrJ. . KUbourne, chosen. Edwin Bawdoo 31, J II Kilboorne, 52. J P East ax was nominated for Director of tbe Infirmary by acclamation. Tho following are tbe names of the persona chosen as Committees for the Towocbips, and returned to tbe Convention. Ashtabla James Reed , Austiobnrg L M Austio. Andover Conneaut " Cherry Valley W W Hopkins. Colebrook 8 B Beckwitb. Denmark D R Palmer. Dorset J F Pulsipher. Geneva J N Fitoh. . ITarpersCeld A G Benson. Hartsgrove JeBtereoo D Cadwell. Kingavtlle Iooi J O Crosby. Morgan Ed A Wrigbt. Monroe New Lyme Orwell U Whitney. Plymouth O O Calkins. PU-rpont D Jennings. Richmond William II Heath. Home Abram Randall. Haybrook Lyman Cartls, Khwffiold Ira A Blodgett Tvo:ibull William Davis. Wiliiauigfield Marvin Leonard. Wayue O It Ward. Vjador John Ctatle, On motion tbe Cbalr appointed W O How am, D O Au.ex, J turn Run, Abkkb Kkaogo and N L Cba-eeb, as tbe County Central Com-Biiiu-a fur tbe ensuing year. Tas AniitxicnuTSo at 'Washington boasts of its preparations to prevent tbe slate trade, eLlaii!; both the African and borne navies for tbe interception of veaels engaged in tbe busi-Ih-'ki) of African colonization. It is something that our i ultra pay thus much of respsct to tbe 1sik! aioriil sroM of tbe country audi of civiiiiMiion ; butot tbe results we are not at a'.! c,...'. , i.t, Aay adiuiuiatration will Audit C.nu'.t to arrt a UaE5fi to which enpiditjr in vites so strongly, and which (he blunted moral sense of the South defend with such eng4rns. If Mr. Buchanan be in earnest against the alare trado, let Mm winnow bis cabinet and the departments of the men who favor or counte nance it, aod remove every office-holder aud take away government patronage from every newspaper in the South, that will not pronounco agalnut it aod expose and detect the crime and the criminals. Then bis fleets will be able to work to advantage. Thence may do something, bat not before Bat such a course as we hare suggested, would create a revolution in bis par ty, and pot tbe democracy into a minority io nearly every southern state, and so it will not bo done. Tho Union of tho democracy It must bo preserved and io the slaro trado will goon. Forkwh. By the Indian at Father Point, and tbe City of Washington at N. Y. wo have full advices from Europe to the 18th inst. Tho Army of Italy made its entry into Pans on the 14th lost. , and on the evening of that Sunday the Emperor gave a bauqnet to his generals, at wbicb be made a speech and proposed the health of the army. Upward of 1,100 prisoners were pardoned, and tho next day the Muniteur con tained a decree graning an amnesty to all polit ical Genders under sentence. It is affirmed that Napoleon has assured tho English Government that he will not himself and will not allow Aos trsa to restore the exiled Princes of Central It aly by force ; and Lord John Russell bad, just before the prorogation, for the second time, as sured Parlimeot that such were Napoleon's in tentions. The report of a republican rising at Parma tnrus out to be unfounded, and order prevailed iu the Duchies. Garibaldi had accept ed the command of tbe forces of Central Italy, and bad arrived at Leghorn. The death of tho King of Prussia was looked for hourly. The Ministerial crisis in Austria was not ret at au end. Tbo nomination of Charles Lennox Whyke, in place of Sir Wm. Gore Ousoloy, as Envoy Extraordinary to Central America, waa received with satisfaction. WASHINGTON UNION INSURANCE COMPANT. CLEVELAND, August 29th 1859. Editor AahteboU Teltgnph t JDar Sir t Our attention bas been call ed to an article published in your paper which contains statements calculated not only to reflect on the management of this company, but to in- jure such of the members as have claims for loss unpaid, and for which assessments have beou mude to provide. We arc disposed to be gener ous enough to think tbe article referred to was written through a misunderstanding of tbo facts, rather then to uillfutly misrepresent and injure the company. We take this occasion to say that the officers of this compauy have ever made it a rule to favor members with an opportunity to pay their assessments strictly to parties hav ing claims for loss, by placing in tbo bands of tbe latter, a list of assessments in their viciuity, and authorizing them to receive and apply the same oo thtir claims. For proof of this we re fer you to your townsman Mr. Henry Fassett, as one instance. Mr. Fassctt will tell you that we bare not only solicited parties sustaining loss in your county, to take lists and collect, but wo have placed lists in bis hands, and authorised bim to collect and apply proceeds in payment of such losses, and we now say that if any member of Farm Department, will aead us the receipt of any party baviog an adjusted loss in Farm Department ''unpaid, "for their amouut of as sessment" it will be qnite satisfactory to the of ficers of this company, as if tbey should send the money. This same rule has been observed in Merchants Department. We bcliove you to be a reasonable man, aud we write you iu order to show you that you were laboring under a mistake in regard to tbe management of tbia company. If we have satisfied you that you were in error, we trust you will be just enough towards this company, to correct the false im pressions that have been allowed to go out through the medium of your paper. Yoors respectfully. H. HATCH, Secretary. Things are coming to a strange pass in this country. Tbe democratic party, "tho great and only national party," bas become a party of one idea, and that one thing is "the nigger qacr tion." It discusses nothing else ; thluks of nothing else. Its elections at tho sooth turn upon this. Its candidates for the next presi dency sustain this topic and no other. Mr. Douglas has written several letters, all relating exclusively to this. Mr. Wise thinks be bas a better chance than Douglas, because his position on slavery is more agreeable to bis party. Tbe other candidates bave an eye to this one thing, It is quite apparent that so far as tho demo cratic party is concerned, this alone will be re garded at tbe next presidential election. This incessant din and agitation of this everlasting nigger question, is enough to turn the stomach of well- balanced, Republican couservalbm. Plymouth Ciiurcu. We copied lust week an article going tbe rounds, stating tbat the mammoth church enterprise of Mr. Beecher's Congregation, bad been abandoned for the pre sent The statement is said by Mr. B. in the last Independent, to be incorrect. No change in plan bas taken place. Dry Goons. Tbe New York Independent says : Tbe market is now active. A large bus iness is doing in staple goods ; still the impor ters are not satisfied, as they are putting out circulars to keep up prices which if they were certain of their ground, tbey would not do. Desirable goods are maintained in prices, bat aodsirable styles, with which the market inun dated, are offered at low figures. Tbe purcha sers, wbo are increasing in number, confine their bills to small amoonts, io expectation of buy ing aaore by-aod-by at lower rates. Tbe auction-room are being crowded with French and GercDAii goods, wbicb will be offered later io the season.. Prices in Englaod of manufactur ed good are firmer, buUbis will not affect oar market, already o versa pplied from France and Germany. Eocae importer are more ready to extend eradit a little to facilitate the sale of their goods, but Hi last resource of overtrad ing k a daogcroas game to play. Tbe domcs tio market k snore active than tbe foreign. Both woolon and cotton staple goods are io better demand than wnply. Deluioes, however, bare given way iu price. Fancy jiyUs or cas sioiere are tbe most AcUve article of sale io woolen good TJja isaporUtiou of foreign dry goods continue heavy. Some firemen in Ban FrancUeo, recovering from a three days' drank, agreed together to "db away tbe d d stuff, a drink oo more ," and from this feeble beginning ba sprang op lb "Diubaway Association," numbering now some fifteen hundred, from tbe hardened old in ebriate wbo was first governor of California to to doctor and divine who have never imbibed at all. Tom CoRwi.f, who has bad tbe good sense to bury the dead whig party and identify himself with tbe live opposition, is doing good service, and bis efforts will do much to pat out the light of Geo. E. Pagh, and is enlivening tbe canvas with hi wit, drollery, and pungent satire. Mr. Dr.nkisoh and Mr. Corwin, a to in a shoulder to shoulder work, occasionally addressing tbe same audiences. Iu the course of bis remarks at Irontoo, ho gave the following characteristic Illustration of the inconsistency of tbe pooplo I What would you think of any man to illustrate of any farmer, who would make oneoftboso Due patent nlows and blow down his barren ground, and raise a good crop npon Ins land which he had thrown aside as useless. He gathers his crop into his garner, renns tbe reward of bis lubor, thanks God for bis fruitful harvest and pockets the mon ey it brings to bim ; and that samo man, when lie lind another crop, to raiso should say, By that plow I got a good crop, a bet ter one than I expected, but as I liavo the power to do as I plcaso with my own land, 1 will try the old 'go devil' plow this year.' You all know what a 'go devil' is. You know it is a burrow with three prongs, a very good thing in its way, but by no means a cood thing to Or eat up ground with. (Laughter. ) Well, he takes his 'go devil' and he kicks tho ground about, and he gets no crop, and I tell you he can't get much of a crop that way, anyhow. Well, be gets in debt, lie says : 'Well I was a great fool to take that 'go-devil,' I will get that pat ent plow to work ocrnin.' A ho third year he nscs that plow again, and he gets another good crop, and gets out of debt. He gets his money into his pocket, and goes to his thanksgiving dinner, cats his turkey and thanks Uod for Ins goodness. Iho tomth year, however, he 6nys : 'Have I not a right to do ns I please, I will take that old 'go devil ' again".' (Larg'itcr.) Yet yon have done tho same thing with this right of vot ing. You have acted in just that way, and now when wc lift up our hands with indig nation, at the bud conduct of our rulers, don't let as blamo the 'go-devil' because ho did not go twelve inches into tho ground, becanse ho can't. That is what we have done. Let us cast the beam out of our own eye, and then wo will see clearly the mote that is in old Bucks eye. (Laughter.) At least it looks that way to a man up a tree. (Laughter.) Douglas on Compromise. The letter of Mr. Douglas, in relution to tho slave trade, in the opinion of tho Springfield Republican, is uu worthy of a statesman. He makes a great flour ish about standing ou the compromiso contain ed in the constitution. But what is that com promise T Simply this ; that Congress shall have oo power to pass laws to prohibit tha blave trade uutil the year 1308. That com promise was ended when that year came. The acts of Congress ou tbo subject were passed at various times ; the ono declaring the slave trado piracy was pussed'in 1820. the samo year with the Missouri compromise, which Mr. Doug lasso fchumclessly disregarded. But none of the acts of Congress on this subject are iu their nature compromises, or were 83 regarded when tbey were passed. Mr. Douglas' position as ap plied to tbem is untenable aud a fiction. He knows and every intelligent politician knows, that these acts, any and all of them, may be re- pealod or modified at tbe pleasure of Congress, without raising any just pretense that any com promise is broken. His object is to wheedle tho North, while at the same time be makes an important concession to the South. He docs not say ono word a gainst tbe slave trade in itself considered. No other objection to it occurs to bim, than a pre tcuded compromise, which we bave shown is worthless as a barrior. And as be is a slave bolder, those who know bim will not doubt that if be could thereby gain popularity at tbe South, or make money by it, bo would to-day become a purchaser of some, of tbe Africans who have becu recently imported. He has not a single moral or political objection to tho trade. And by setting forth this broken reed of a com proinies.as tbe great aod only objection to tbe trade, he hopes, while bo quiets tbo North, to gain tbo support of tbo South at the Charleston convention. Mrxiti.v RerRKSENTATivEs. The president and bis cabinet bave been dining and wiuing the two representatives of J uarez's Mexican gov ernment, now in this country. We infer there is a chance of getting a favorablo treaty out of tbem ; and we are assured indeed, for 4he ninety-ninth time, that the parties are on the point of coming to terms. As Juarez does not dare to part with any land, be proposes to make a liberal grant of right of way across by the Tebuantepcc route witb.especial favors in tbe customs line, and a broad bint tbat by and bye, when be fuirly gets possession, tbe land will be forthcoming all in consideration, of course, of our taking bold now and furnishing him the sinews of war to "enable jhim to get con trol of the same. Why isn't it cheaper to con quer a piece on our own book, directly f We could take what wa wanted then, and save the commission. But we spare our conscience by employing a broker to steal for us ; and with men of the tender sensitiveness of James Bu chanan Lewis Cass, this is worth a good deal. When the Little Giant gets bold, we shall save our money, get more land, and lot oar reputa tion take care of itself. Tbe balf a dozen steamer chartered by gov ernment for the Paraguay expedition, and tbeo purchased outright by vote of Congress in or der to help secretary Toucey oat of his bad scrape, bave all been overhauled and in fact al most rebuilt, so tbat tbe Journal of commerce acknowledge that while thty are wholly unfit ted for the service, tbey will each bave cost more tbao the new steam sloop Pensacola, al though tbo latter is a splendid steamer of 2,000 tons burthen, while tbe largest of the others is less than 500 tons. Tbe Americans of New York booted at the idea of anion with tbe republicans at their state meeting at Syracuse, and called a separate nominating convention. Tbe result nay be ac complished, notwithstanding ; the present ap pearance of indisposition being ouly a finessing operation designed to secure better terms. The real obstacle to a union of tbe New York American and Republicans is tbe belief of tbe former that it will strengthen Gov. Seward's chance for the presidency next year. cjr Barnaul i said actually to have of fered Mr. Spurgeoo, tbe celebrated Eng lish Baptist preacher, '2,000 a year to come to America and make a lecturing tour. Mr. Spnrgeon replied by writing eimply, "Aets, atiit: 10," and tending it to Barnum. Tbe verse read tbo j O, full of gubtility and. all mischief, tboo child of tha devil, wilt thou not cease 1 1 pervert the r'hl hbjs of the Lord J " I For the Telegraph. Mr. Editor i Although lh newspaper press may not generally bo disposed to advo cate the claims of tho Old Soldiers of 1S12, on their country, for a pension, as a substantial ac knowledgment of the country's gratitude, for their services, sufferings, hardships, dangers and privations, in the defence of its frontiers, sea board, and military stations, In tbat war. Still, it can scarcely be doubted, tbat there Is not one among them all, that would throw out a com muulcation, containing correct information on that subject I, therefore, send yon theso brief "notes," not doubting, that you will "print tbom, of events I distinctly remember, and in which I acted a part, aud for the truth of which I bold mysolf strictly responsible. In August, 1814, there was a general alarm in the northern part of the State of New York, of an unexpected attack npon the post of of Sacketts Harbor, not owing to any threaten ing movement of the eoomy, to much as to the fact that there was only a handful of regular troops there tor its defence j and to tho other fact, that thero was a very great amount of Na- vul and Military stores there, to tempt tho cu- Ppldity, or the love of distruction of tbo enemy, or both. On the 18th or the samo month, I started for Sacketts Harbor with 100 men from the 13th Brigade, and arrived there in a little more than two days, (90 miles) and encamped in tents on the battle ground of tho previous year, near Uorso Island. Many of us had left young wives and children, with reasonable expectation of more, others left oged fathers and mothers, leaning on them as on a staff, and many of them, as was clearly anticipated, never to return. Tho parting scene may be more easily conceived than expressed ; it did not require much less self-conquest than that of the spartan mother. when sho handed her sou a shield, and said, "Return with it, or upon it." Many of us, to be sure, had been inured to hardships, in the conquest of a new country from nature, with its aboriginal tenants. One of my dear old friends there in Hollaad Patent, killed 49 bears, wolves and pantbors, when be was old, and they were scarco, E. Coats, that was bis name, said he longed to kill one more. Col. Mitchell posted ns at the point above mentioned, with orders, that if the enemy should attempt a landing there, as be had done before, to fire upon him, and then retreat to the near est port, in good order, not forgetting to fight meanwhile. I must sny, I felt a little amused with that kind of conflict ; tbe retreating part. to be sure, would meet the views of raw Militia, who loved their wives and friends (next to their country), but how was this to be done without turning our backs to the enemy, and to be shot there, would be a tremendous calamity, a sad misfortune. I had read of brave warriors, who fell in battle, but all their wounds were io front The Militia iu tho vicinity, who had constructed an important part of tho strength of tbe Post, had either run away or been honorably discharg ed. Our company, with a fow regulars, was for some time its ouly defence. Ouly one man out of this company ran away. Ho took leave, as the muster roll showed, in the night while on the march. Not long after this, several regiments arrived from Oneida, Mauison, Herkimer and Mont gomery Counties, and our company was mingled in the crowd.' About this time, an amusing incident occurred, which may be worthy of note. About midnight I was a roused by the discharge of tbe Sentinel's gun, directly in front of my tent and not a balf stone's throw from the edgo of tho water. As came into tbe open air, I beard iu a strong gruff voice, "Boat coming ashore," and at once comprehended the meaning of tho thing. The "Lady of the Lake," a fast sailing little craft, was coming in from the fleet Our Sentinel bad hailed her, and she as in duty bound, had sent her boat ashore to give the countersign, but our men seemed to bo determined to give them a bot reception, no bad fired 3 shots, or rath er 12 already, for each discharge sent a ball and 3 buck shot, and as they nearcd tbe shore the chance for biting was greatly improved. Just as I bad quelled the warlike passion of our hero, the boat struck tbe shore, a stout man, full of wrath, as well ho might be, stood before me with a heart full " of controversy " and lan guage to correspond. The brief explanation I gave, did not abate bis fury. He then left, saying I could find him ntsucA a place. I knew then that he was a coward, for he regarded me as the ag. gressor, and held me responsible more truth than poetry in bis so doing but I took no pains to find the man, whose face I bad not seen, except in the dark. Not having any par ticular desire at that time to be shot by a cow- ard; he was equally discreet, for I never saw or beard of bim after. Now, Mr. Editor, I close this number, intend iug, God willing, to resume the narative. Here let mo say that, from 1812-to this day, I have never employed my tongue,-or pen on this sub ject, except perhaps a passing allusion to it and that I never would but from a sense of duty. Aod further, cull upon the Soldiers of 1812, throughout the whole country, to send to the press tbe fuels which they do know, tbe scenes in which they have acted, then we shall have nothing further to do. Then we shall ob tain a substantial token of the country's grati tude doubly doar, for the manner in which it it WM. HUBBARD. [TO BE CONTINUED.] Afcr'a Medicine-Duriog our vUit to Lmll wa n ibovo through tba Labnlorj of oar etlabnted couot.-r uao, Ob. J. C. Ati. getrevly eoukl w. bU what U mo then without proof btyon dlnpaiUx. Tb7eonmt,bml ofioUd FUU, l tout SfiOO omm nd I bimll of Ci7j FertnraJ, 130,000 do.M pr dlwn. To wh ao iuoooetlvaklt auoaatof bauu uStrln doot thu polol, 1 70,000 doou A ij I Wlj million! of iot ft ;w ! ! WbAt Afrtt And thouundi of ton of rick Udi data thti praod fcoiora tha lma(tOAUoD I And what trmpAtblM of wot I Trna, not All of thla la tAken bj tna vorjr alck, but alu, much of It la. Tbia Cherry Drop tod thla sogAred 1'iU ar to ba tho companloa of pain ud anguiab aod aiuklof aorrow Uw Uihtrttuu our author Evo bequeathed to tL whole Urn. U; Of man. liar tho Infant darling baa been touched too oarlj bj tbo blight that wlthera half our race. Ita little lunga AraaneetMawloolj watcblug And waiting ahull tell which waj it areata anaU turn. Tula red drop on IU labia la the taUieman oa which ita Life aball hang. Then tbo bloaaom of tho world Juat bunting luto womanhood la atrickao alao. Af- kctiona moat aaeiduoue car akllla not, alio la atlU (Adiug awaj. Tbo wan aneaaragar cornea Dearer and nearer erer week. Thla little medicunent aball go there, their but, per ha pa their only bop. The atrong ioao haa planted In bia vitale, Uila aama dlaeaaa. Thla red drop by bia aid la helping bim wreetla with the Inexorable eurtuy tho wife of bia boeotn and tbo eboruba of bia heart are waiting in tick aorrow And fcu laat Utt rod oa which tbey Iran la tbo world, bo broken. O Doctor I ripae no akill, nor coat, nor to U to giro the parUhing alck the beat tbat human heart oan give. ImoOS Galveston, Texas, News. i&- The Hamilton (C. W.) Spectator estimates from data gathered by the Board of Trade, that Canada will bave at present prices, ten millions of dollars worth of wheat, oats, barley, rye, Indian corn, peas and flour for export thia season. In addit ion to this there will ba fifteen millions of dollara worth of lumber, and Gsh worth Diiliion su J quarter. A MsLANcnoir ArrAitf. -'-Martha Rob ert a maiden living with Ler parents In Madison, under what influences the world knows not of, iu on unwary moment, took a false step tbo fruits of which were made apparent in duo time. Ono day Inst week, she, by her own act, ecnt the evidence cf that erring step the unstained spirit of her little child, into the other world. Cor oner Falne, summoned a jury to inquire In to the facts, eliciting tbe following results : It appeared by the testimony given, that a certain person or persons, hod managed to barrnss up bcr mind until it became dis tracted ; and she states that being nlono and worn down by her sorrows fell asleep, aud when she awoke found herself by the side of the cisteru, with tho purpose of put ting in her child. Sho shrank back from the consummation of tho deed, mid return ed into the bouse mid fell asleep ugain. She woko again, whilst the cistern cover was being replaced, licr child having been thrown in. A "strange horror" seized her, and frantic with grief, sho was powerless for good, aud ran into tli house again. She finally recovered her senses so that she took the child from the cistern, dressed it, a then gave notice to tbe neigh bors. It was proved that she dotingly re ganled her child. The Jury returned as the conclusion of their verdict, "That Martha Roberts, mother of sa;d child, did put said child in to tho cistern, thereby causing its death. And it is the opinion of this Jury that said Martha Roberts was at the time acting un der the impulse of temporary insanity caus ed by trouble and cxtrcmo anxiety of tuiud." Gov. Clmse, says that tbo Priest and tbe In vito who passed by on the othjr side, leaving the man who fell among thieves, were "demo cratic uon-intorvantionists." StsyTbo habitual confiscation of English papers sent to Paris has induced the inquiry into tho fate of the purloined journals, and it appears, as the result, that the quantiiy seized amounts to several tons annually, the seized papers being sold for two pence per pound for wuste paper ufter tho lapse of a few mouths. This fact arouses the ire of Briton. 8saJ Mr. Douglas declares that more Africans have been imported into tho Uni ted States during the Inst year than during any year when the traffic was legal. Wo presume that this is perfectly true ; at any rate, we must believe that Mr. Douglas has ample means of knowing whereof ho affirms. JSy-It was rumored in Philadelphia on Monday evening, but upou what information or authority was not kuowu, that the frig ate Congress, which sailed from tbat port on the 14th inst., hnd gono to the bottom with all on board. 1 tie community, as well ns the friends of the crew, will await fur ther intelligence with anxiety. Harper has at last dabbled in politics. to the great dismay of many well-regulated families "who establish n quuruiitiue for all subjects connected with the science of gov ernment and its illustration as they do for small pox and cholera. Douglas's article ou Popular Sovereignty is the great feature of the September number. Ex-President Pierce and wife arrived in the A merica. He was serenaded at the Tremont House by his friends, and in res- pooso made a very eloquent aud telling speech. After alluding to the death of Mr. Uioate, he stated that the object of his vis it to Europe the restoration of the health ofMrs. Pierce wnspnrtially accomplished. Attorney General Black, in conversation with a Democratic editor in Pennsylvania, said that he was in receipt of a letter from Vice-President Breckinridge, in which he said that he was not, and would not bo un der any circumstances, a candidate for tbe Presidency. This is from a source entirely trustworthy. It is said that tho isue of postage stamps by government anticipates tbe amount required by tho public for immediate use to the amount of not less thau $ 1 0,00.000. So government has constantly out a million of dollars of promises to pay, on which it gains the same permanent advantage as that accuring to a bank of issue from its cir culating notes. The Washington Constitution says that "our Government wants noting of Mexico but peace." How large a piece ? A New York paper says that "a very great business is done in neck ties" in that city. Certainly not half so great as there ought to be. Lou. Jour. Mr. Greeley in California. Tho Tri bune editor and philosopher is the hero of the hour in California. Engrossing as is the election controversy there, Mr. Gree ley over-rides it, and takes the crowd away from Gwin and Broderick. His progress is a triumph march; committees of recep tion meet him in advance; thousands hang on his presence; ho is welcomed by speech es and chers; special truinsare run to cou vcy him from point to point; public dinners are given in his honor; the churches are thrown open for his oddresses; and bis per sonal appearance, his clothes and even his huggage are all minutely discribed iu the pupcrs. Wetremblo lest Horaco should lose his natural modesty and affect w.hole shirts and put bis pantaloons over his boot legs, and the bow of his stock under his chin, amid all this lionizing. How he looks to the Califoriiiaus and what his baggage consists of for an overland continental jour ney appear in the following paragraphs : " Mr Greeley is about fifty years of oge, stands uearly or quito six feet high, and is tolerably broad in the shoulders. His bair is flaxeu, and thinly scattered below the crowu and around tbe back and sides of his head. Tbe top of his head is entirely bald. His forehead is broad and massive. He wears a whisker under his chin, and has eye brows so white and delicately dcliued, that it is difficult at first sight to discover the ex istence of that ornumeiital portion of the face. His gate is peculiar. He lifts not only his feet, but bis hipt, when he walks, and keeps his head bent some distance in advance of his body. Mr. Greeley's baggage was taken io charge by one of tbe committee of recoption at Folsom, aud hung upon a hook io one cor ner of the car. It consisted of a leather carpet sack, containing his clothing ; that world-wide 'old whit coat,' which, heaays, be haa bad for thirty years---oarried with him through Europe, wore while a member of Congress- and has brought with him to California; a cotton nmbrella, considerably worn, and a pair of blankets done pp iu an Oil eloth cover." 7- The notorious "Sheriff Jones," for merly of Kansas, and Mr. Mowry, have purchased the Aritonian, at Tueson. Mr. P. Herbert, tho California ex-Congressman who shot the hotel waiter at Washington, is to become the editor of the paper, w hich will coptinuo to be Democratic in politics. A nico firm of editors. 8S3rThc rortlnnd Advertiser says it has information that the Great Eastern would leave England for that port on tho 1 0 Lit or 12' h of September. If so, sho may be expected at Portland as early as the 22nd of that month. Ou her arrival, thousands from all parts of iho country will go on to see her. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AD M I N I STU ATI O NT NOTICE. No tiro la betrl.y given, that tbe unrier-lgn-d ban been duly appointed aud qualified aa executora upon Uio Estate of Orrin Tenucy, late of Saybrook, Aabiabula county, deceased. LKANPRR TKNNKV, THKBK TKNNKV. jrbtalmla, Angit-t SI, ntf06 $ a K i? 1,'ivr a it n i t r ., the aW tf Siiurcribcr on the n!eht of the 3JtU lnt A Dark Mahogany Bay Mare, about Ifi hnntla blirh, arrmll .tnr In the forrhpad. black tail, main and hra, carried Lin tnil partially our ak!e when in harm, about 7 yearn old. The subscriber will rv the atore reward for the recovery of the borne. A Huffulo-ri'lie ami Blind hrldle nulio takeu with the hum. 1. U. WAIKO! .-. A.litabula, August 8lt, 18M. 6(6tf DISSOLUTfoN The Co-partnership previously existing between the undersigned, under tlio name and firm 01 Halt A Seymour, was illvsolvc.1 bv inutv ai consent on mo nrnt ony oi January, inoT, except in me ownership and management of their vessel stock. Either party la authorised to aettle tbe alTaira of said Arm. ItofH J. 1). MALI., Ashtbula, Aug. 31, 1S69. EDWAKl) .SEVMOVR. Ashtabula County Court of Common Pleas. Charles Jackson, Plaintiff; vs. John Jackson, Eunice Jackson, and Judy P. Tuekerinan, Defendants. JOHN Jackson, Eunice Jackson, and Ju dy P. Tnckermin.will take notice, that Charlca Jackaon, did on the iVtlj day of August, A. I). lfi'J, file bis petition iu the Court of Common I'lens. within and for the county of Ash tabula, in aald .Slate of Ohio, against said John Jackaon, Eu nice Jackson, and Judy P. Tuckermrn, defendants, aettlng forth that the aald John Jackaon and Eunice Jackaon. on Uie lath day Of August, A U 1S6S, mortgaged to the aald plaintiff inariee jacaoon, tna following aeecribed piece of land, to-wit: Sltuato In tho township of Trumbull, In the County of Ash tabula, and State of Ohio, b-iug part of lot number three S In tract number two 2 in aald towuabip, and la bounded as folhiwa : On the North, South and West be the lines of raid lot, and on the East by the Weat line or tl bty-Ove acres of land in aald lot, deeded to Horatio Thompson, aod contalna aa now aurreyed and known 70 4-10O acres of land, more or less, for the purpose of socarlng the said plaintiff against the payment of a certain note of $860, which tho said plaintiff signed for the said John Jackson, and aa his security on the same to ono Oliver Ward, and setting forth, that he, the aald plaintiff, bad to pay tho whole of aald note as auch surety, and that the said John Jackson -still owes him for Iho aarne, praying fora Judg ment against the said John Jackson therefor, for the sum of $J71 44-100 with Interest from the 2nd dnyof August, lrio9, and unless paid within ten davs from tho rendition of aald judgment, that the mortgaged premlsea be fold according to law, and the pmreeda of auch sale be applied to pay the same. Ana tne sain aeiennania are required to answer ims petition on or befuro th third Saturday after L'e Sth day of October next CIIARI.PS JACKSON, By Sherman & Farmer, his Attorneys. flt.M'O August 2.1, 1M9. Ashtabula Com. Common Pleas Civil Action. Philander Mouroe Darling, PluiutifT, vs. Jeremiah Horning;, Caroline D. Horning, Eli Horninp;, Henry A. Fowler, Almiron C. Hill. Chester Jones, Anson B. Call, Eber Try on, Roswell Hoi ton, Arteuius Seger, defendants. ARTE M US Sescr and Eli nomintjr will tok. notice that Philander Monroe Dorlinsr. did on th. 27 th day of August, A i), Mil, file hia I'eUUon in th. Court or Common I'leaa, within and for the county of Aahtabula, aud stato of Ohio, against Jeremiah Horning, Caroline 1). Horning, Eli Horning, Henry A. Fowler, Almiron G. Hill, Chester Jonea, Anan 8. Colo. fcberTrvon, Koawell Horton, ArWmus &'eger, de fend ints. setting forth that Jeremiah lloniina and Eli Hornina on be first day of June, A. D. 1864, guv. to the said Philander avonroe iiarung, weir lou, proraiaorv note, oi lour nunarea dollars each, payable la tin year. A O, 1860, 1801, IMi, and 1H63. with interest payable annually, and to secure tbe pay. mont of said notoa and interest tho .aid Jei.mlab Horning, Caroline Homing and Eli Horning mortgaged to tho said mainiiu, in. following la n as ana tenements si I u ale In me township of Ashtabula, in th. count, of Ashtabula, and state of Ohio, being part of lot No. 13, of' Caleb Palmer', surrey of Tract No. 1, neginnirig at the southeast corner of said lot. mence nonn one degree west along the oast lln. or the town ahip Kfteen chains, tbence eighty-eight degree, wont thirty three chains and thirty-three links to a post bearing aoutb (ixtyight degrees west thirty-six links from a white oak tree marked, thence aoutb ono degree east, fifteen chain, to a post bearing aoutb fourty-four degress weat eleven links from a cu cumber tree mat ked, thence north eighty-eight H degioea east along the aouth line of said lot thirty-three chains and thiity rnree uotta loxue piace oi oeginutng, contaiuing n ty aerosor land. Also one other plcco of land altuale In aaid township, bounded as follows, beginuing on the east line of aald to-vuship, fifty three links north of the aouth-west corner ol It. Heath's laud, thence south eighly-nino and one-half degrees west eleven chains fourty-two link", thence north two-thirds of one degrc. we28 chain, and thirty linka to south line of Bulge load, thefrce north 69 degreea east on the line of aaid road thirteen chains, twelve links, thence south tlirce-fourtha of one degree east, thir ty-three chains, eighlr-sevon links to the place of beginning, containing thlrty rlx acres of laid, be th. same more or less, and that since the giving of said nntee and mort gage, the other defendants claim to have some Interest in said landa, praying for a judgment against the aaid Jeremiah Horn ing and Ell Horning for Si 12 tin, being interest due upon aaid note, up to June 1st, 169, .ud unless paid within ten days from the rendition of th. same, that said mortgaged premises be sold to pay aaid judgment The aaid Artemua Seger and Ell Horning ai. hereby uotiflrd that they are required to ap pear and snan-er to aaid pet! Hon, on or before tha third Satur day after the Sth day of October next PHILANDER MllNKOE DARMN'O, By Sherman and Farmer bia A Homers. Auguat 26 1869. gt-iOO SE LECT SCHOOL. Miss M. A. Leete's Select School will reopen on Monday September 6lh. Tullinn per quarter common English branches, $3 00 Higher English branches 400 Private lessons given If desired. N B.-Misa I.oete will open ber classes In French and I-alln, on the lBtb of Eeplemhcr. 2i506 To th Creditor, of Henry Keyca. JA OTICE is hereby given that the iinder- slgn.d, J. Q. FARMER, bas been duly appointed and quali fied aa Assignee of Henry Keyes, hla credilora ar. requested to immediately piesent their claims against him, duly authen ticated for allowance at the office of t henna n k Famrer, In th. villag. of Ashtabula. Ohio. J. Q. FAHS1ER. Ashtabula, Aug. it, 1869. doiwi .Vo Charge Vnleu a Advertised, TIT To H.rii Mn. llIE AMERICAN ART of Taming Vicious Unmanagable and Wild Horses, Colts Mules, Jacks, Steers and Heifers. I wish to inform tbe people of Ashtabula, and particularly Fannera, Bieodera and Stock Dealera, that I will be at K. C. Waimington a, on Tuesday, Auguat 30, and remain for two weeka or mora, that I bar. a System for Taming Wild Horses, which I challenge the world to equal. I nae no drugs nor med icines whatever to put them under any unnatural InSuencea, but take them in their natural stale, and operate upon their Intelligence by th. art of teaching them my will. Having learned thia art of Ita distinguished representative, whoae auc cess honors his eonntry, 1 practice Mr. Rarey's System Modified, (and I assure the nubile tbat Mr Rarey's arsten. haa never been exposed In the Tribune, aa adverthted.) 1 furnish each scholar with a Book, ol Instruction with thoir tuition. 1 will have a claaa for the purpose of Teaching th. Art to I hose wishing to learn it, on tiro afternoon of each day specified below i and those having wild, vicious and unmans gable animal. wtU bring theun as subjects to operate upon before the class. I will ride tbe worst horse that can be produced, and will carry an I'm bra I la, Urum, Buffalo Robe, or any oUier frightful object oo horses that bav. alwaya been known to fear auch thiugs. I will take colu that have never been handled, and In a short tint, will ride thorn, and stand on their backs and walk over them. 1 will make any horae, however ticioua, lay down In 10 mlnutsa, and take bia lega in my arms, and knock hia foot together aud perforin feala n.,er equaled In America uor aurnaased in the old world I thoao performed by the Won der of Europe, the "W hisperer" Sullivan, not excepted, after A few hours' handling bim. Although theso performance, seem magical and eupematural, the 0eratlona Uiat produce these enacts are ao simple that any ono will understand tbem immediately, and b. able to practice them with success. Any ou. lecelvingaoopy of the book, and sceingon. demoustraUon oan do anything with a bona tliat I teach. For th. benefit of .very club of 6 or mora persons, I will operate npon any horse Uiey chooa. to bring nie. Kickers, Knuaa,a, and bora ea pulling at tbo halte,, mat be mad. perfectly kind by thia training in a few hours without risk to th. bora or operator Ulseaaea of horses attended to. Thoso having Horses out of health, or unsound with Ringbones, apavlna, eurhe, apllota. awceriy, aprained liiiiba, awaliinga, pipes, poll evil, a erlbhing cured aa well as many other diseases not mentioned, or any of the ailments that borsea ar. aubject to, will find me aa above and will bring their horaua in for inaiiectinn. No chars, for examination. b Pricking and Pocking done In a workmanllk. manner, with out th. use of stocks. ' Com. aud ses for youreeWee, examine my Instrument and witness my operations oo oilier ent homes, teat my skill, and see what I can do for your horses. WM. P. WIUiON. I wish thoa. having anything to be done In my line to look Tor me. My motto is "low charge, aud untiring .n.nry." Af ter .xamtuing your Horn. I will plainly tell you whether I can do him any good or not for that are diaaate. wbicb cannot b eured. irhoA T UMBER WANTED t Wanted 100,000 Ject H White Wood. 2 jiju.oou " a -S ouio ao.OOO - Cbatr Plauk. 100,000 AabplanklHatlMbea. for which th. Llgkewt price la Caak will ba paid, dallrarrd at lb. lAke oa tbe yard of the auhacrlh.r, who will be on hand and happy to eeo hie old auatooiers until tlx close of Naviga tion. E. w ku-UAUftu UU. B. Aaarr aavtt Haon, April 90th, 1869. aSTtf STATIONARY & STAPLE Notions Those to want of thews articlee caa do ao batter thaa make Uratr purchase at lhUr w doora, whera they wtU be eiisred by g, n, niC'HAKPei, 7T Travelling Agent. IOOKINO GLASSES at CHAPMiVs J hAUKV., Ashtaluls, a. I Kmllnn arSwan'l Maanal. SAAC M. WHITING has this Da A Marmai ft., v. r'"hn,,"d A new edition of An A u. iL t . ' ersons; with Practical lorma, Jun tai c"iT,,mi."'Zn- ' !-o.Henf she IweirtS lnml.ua; with Nntee of the KnaehllilJIl iT'inSi'i U tothepriwnttlm., By F. J KlTh" "? 'M,"'0?r f prior Coort of Kranklin ioymtr uZ'' .''"'tV T I 2 binding. Price ! BO. T Uu'- 1 I Sro. to Uw Tlio ehaiacter of Swan's Manual Is an .u v ... . is would aeem entirety unnece.,,, ?i In commendation of It. Tho , .reeei.radlll, fa much errpjrior In every re-enact to ant one h..T 'l to .d, and tl,e Publish., Wth,rVSr.W J , , A Onldo for Guardian. SAAC N. WIUTIMi haa thia Day published a new Law Book ' A Ould. with Forma, fo. Guardians of Minor. And Probata. vyiiri. m .iiio; concerning me Kelallon of Guardian and ard, with Hlrectlone and Forms, Including Journal En tries, for all steps from the appointment to the Anal aetllo"' nient of a Uuardlan; contslnlrg also, in all Matters of Ouni dianahln. By V. J. MATTHEWS, Judge or th. Hnperlor Court of Franklin county, Ohio. 1 vol, 8vo. Price io In law binding. The ihject of thla volume la to furnish a hand book to Guard ians and Probate Judges, In which they may hare, in a email Compass, the general principles governing themi the mode of proceedings In all inottera touching fluardlanshlps; with forma pertaining ther eto. It Is Tory drsirabl. that there should I some unilormlty of proceeding, and of form In the raiiou. Probata l-ourts of the State; and if that la obtained through theinetiiinientnlity of this work, much ahleh th. author de sires will hare been accomplished. Me has given A complete est of Forma for every proceeding In Court, from the Application for the appointment of a Ouar dian to th. final settlement; each section of which proceedings Is seimrate, and yet altogether forming a whole. Thus, tho work begins with the application for the appointment, and fol lows on, in regular order, with forms, until the liuaidian I qualified to oommonco the duties of Ills trust; then follows tbe proceedings un exceptions to the bond, the release of eurcliea, Ac, Ac; the piocoedliigs to sell real estate, from tho tiling of the petition to the confirmation of sale and deed to the purchaser, will be found Iu their pio, place, and so on until the closing up of th. Guardian a trust and tha suit by the waid for the balance In bia hands. Tha wnrk will K. ...... I.. n,.M .... 1A . . . . . - ' jw-""s ,in-p,u, uu me re ceipt of 91,00, Columhns, August 604, R5w. STRAYED from the subscriber living in Cherry Valley, Ashtabula Co. Ohio, uu Ui. JOth of Joly, 1859, A Dark Bay Bulrush Morgan Mare Colt, two year, old last Spring, white spot In th. forehead, black mane and tail, main and foretnp heavy and large. Any person taking up said Colt, and will give informatlna by mail to th aubscriuer, or leav. word where It may be found, shall be llber ally rewarded. (jus WESI.KY CLAUK. GREELYS BRACE SUSPENDER. Patented June 1st, 1858. This Suspensory Brace baa been tested by all cbtsaes, and proves to be a superior Suspender to tne common, for Skirt, and Pants, and a far superior Hraee to anr other. Ita simplicity, durability, A great utility commend. It to all. 1st. It does not touch the penson under the arma. 2d. Its action is two-fold, pressing Ui . ahoulde, blad. la ao tt bears the ahouhler back. 3d. It. altachu ent to th. clolhea la nr., (be hi pa on!,, leav ing tbe peraon free to sloop or ait without straining the pan la or drawing them up from the knees, when In a sitting position. Lnllke all other Suspenders o. Draws, they ar. perfectly adapted to tb. want of Ladiee and Children. OrerUy'i Patent Ela.tU Back V Centra 1 SUSPENSION PANTS. PATKNTED JUNB 29tH, 185 8. CALL and look at tbem. and lurl,- f,,r vmimlMa Tl. Advantagea of this Invention over the usual method of making PanU, Is they may be mad. snug to tks peraon, and still be a easy aa though bey war. uncommonly lar ge. J. MANSFIELD, haa purchased the Sol. Right to oa i and aell th. abort lm- provment In this vicinity. For further information, eall at DRIOIIAM k Co'm. TV hero we ar prepared to furnish the Draee, aod manufacture the Panta. Ashtabula, July 14, 1S59. 600 W REDHEAD, successor to t2 to H. C. TOOMBS, opposite th. Bank, tlietfc Hulbert Lothas now on hand, and fo, aale, a large and aplendid aaaortmeiit of Harness of every description, which ho will aell for ready pay, aa low aa can be found elsewhere In tha county. Persona wishing to buy a good substantial team o, CArriage Harnesa, will find it to their advantage to call and examine hla woik before purchasing elsewhere. All work got up in th. newest style, aud for elegance and durability, cannot be aurpanecd. All work warranted. Wbiih Ills assortment of Whip, waa never as'large nor half ao cheap aa at present. He Is also p reared to do all kind, of ear .Inge trimming with neatness and dispatch. Kkfaikiko, of all kinds, promptly attended to. Do not for get th. place, on. door North of th. Flak Hons., Main St tirtaula, Ohio. June 27, 1869. IS FOR SALE. The Homestead of the subscribe,, .llglblr situated or Park street, in fp"s3 on. of th. best nerghlmrhoods of the village, and on a the ptearanteet portion of that beautiful street, in good condi tion, and plentifully supplied with all tho attractions of shade and ft nit tioes, shrubbery and flowers, excellent garden, good water, and altogether a moat desirable placo, is offered for aale. To any one wishing for a quiet and sufficiently retired resi dence, In a fin. thrirty village, good society, the best ol schools, prosperous churches, and within a convenient distance nt tb great east and weat thoroughfare, the Lak Sore Road, where every train make, a stop, within three mile, of th. lake, and wlthall surrounded by a enuutnr hardly parailed for ita beauty and varied producttvneaa, and health, thia la the apot. Terns of payment made euay and aatl.fnctnry. All Information concerning the prniiorty, may be had of th. subscriber living on th. premises, or by addressing tbe editor of this paper. EDWARD HILLS. Ashtahulv, July 12, 1859. 409 ALE DEPOT! ! ! I have the apen cy fo, the aale of Kennet, Stock and Present Us Ale. by the bbl and half bbl. I sell It at tb. Brewery price, adding transportation. Tbe present price of present use Ale, by th. bbl $5 00. H bbl ditto 2 60, transortation to be added. Ashtabula, Dee. 9th, luas- 4vt II. C. TOMBF.3. TIIElTPRTNb TRADE OPENsT" Acre Goods at W..R. Allen's. I AM NOW Recei vini; a One Stock of Ladle. Dress Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, and Fancy Goods, generally. Sheeting, Ticking, Wading, Balling, Ticking, nats and Caps, Sprilig Styles. GROCERIES. The ery best Sugar In the mnrket at X eta Tea that la Tea, Coffee, Ric, Tobacco, Snuff, Ginger, Pepper, Starch, c Druga, Medicines, Paints, Oils and Dv Stuffs. All of which I wish it distinctly understood, 1 wUl scU as low aa can be bought in th. County. TERMS READY PAY W. R. ALLEN. J.fferaon, March 23d, 186(1. I Read Tola, nave on hand a Brand Fire New Two Horse Wagon, with Iron K worth $100, warranted, which I will sell for fi cash, or will give on year'a credit with ap proved security, if desirable. 6. H. FAKMNGTON. Ashtabula, July 27, IS69, 601 OTwo Horae Wagon For Bale. NE of J. P. Stults, Superior 2 Horse Wagons, of the best improved atyl. and flulah, iron axlea, improved couplings, with Neck Yoke Brake, and every thine; complete, Dew, and in good Older. Enquire of KOOT a MORRISON. July 22. 1S59. T5aINTS and OILS. White Lead, eel- -L ebrated Hudson River brand ; alao Niagara White I.eadl Co. Dry and Ground in Oil ; Yellow Ochre ; Red Lead, Parte Green, and Wenligria Ground In OU ; Raw, and Boiled Un seed Oil ; Paint brushes, can ba had at aa Iott price, aa at any place In town, of KOOT a MORRISON. JCE 1 ICE ! ICE I ICE I ICE I A lot of ICE, from I.tkt Superior, hut reoetvtd, and tor aiastaa Its. n .. ai , a iav. ...I 1 fVA mil 1 I IDfl vid ii xjuaaii s ivir. s ptijv u I TiieVtlJ tir-r, tt Hitnil vr. B UY THE WAMSUTTA PRINTS. They Ar the Boat Call coca y.t offend to tb Public for lb. lirvucT WHOLt.AH ACHATS. Deforest, Armstrong; fc Oo. New York. So. If B Perfect Watchea, mad. by J. Warner, and Fredr. Marshall, of London, Inaurpaaaed fc, Tim. and Durability, having ra eoived the approbation of th. Royal Polytechnic Institute of london. Prices at Retail from tluO to $MO. Tb. trad aua plied on literal terms. Diamonds, and fin Jewelrr, constantly on hand at whole- . W. EVEKTSON HM1IH, VAM No. 16 Maiden l.ane. N. Y- MASTER COMMISSIONERS Sale. OF REAL ESTATE. Ashtabula Common rieaa June Term, 1S69. Lewis B. BKOCKETT, ve. Charle. A. Pamjale.. Order of Sale. By virtu, of aa order of sale duly issued from said court, in the shove ease, to me dlrocUd, 1 will ofiw lor a by war public Auction, At tbe Door of the Couit House, io Jefferson, in th. Count, of Ashtabula, and Slat of Ohio, o Saturday, the 10A day of Sep tern r A D, 1859 between th. hour, of 10 and 4 o' cloak of Mid day, th follow lng dutcribeu Lamda aod Tenements, to-wit l Situate in tb. Township of Paybrooa, County of Ashtabula aod Stat of fibio, aud la bouoded and discribed aa follow, to wit couv menciug at tbe aeutre of th North hinge Koad, at A a Lou lit th eeutre of the four corns rs of th road, and runa aa follows l North, AT degree East oo centre of th North Rids Road S chains and 'i lluka, th.nce South 14 degress East 1 chaius and 10 links, thenc South 69 X degree W eat S chains and 4 links toth. aenlrcof the rua rosita, thane South degree West 3 ehaina and IU links to th place of beginning, bt log la Lot No. 14, In aaid township, containing thre louilha of aa Acre of laua,nioreor leaa. Appraised at $ Viil. HENDRY, Shanff, a Sw02$S SO Special Master Comsuiaslo)!.. Dated at JelTaraoe thla id day of August, A D lHOt. FLOUR, Corn, ToiIe, Beans, Potatoes, ., at LUMBERMEN'S EXCHANGE. CODFISH. A fresh supply of the best St, Corge'a Banks, jus aal yd. ROOT MORPfSOX. HAYING TOOLS A fresh supplrcan be Ihund at ROOT 4 MORRISON'S. O FrnJt Can, OELF-Soaiinp; Tin, Earthen, and GI Fruit Cans aod Jars, f various alee aod stytes, eaaufStUaT 'ba oust d-.lr.Hak 'WA In tb. anerk.l. rr s y Cr.O. C. t JMrJW. A.buimls, July 1, lt..