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JUm-.vi!l. from the 20th to tlie 23d of tW'ptem'.cr, inclusive. Of the committee we notice t tie tmnics of I'kiiari IIayxfs, .A 11 k l Km m, M. L. C'haffkk and A. K. Arsns, of this county. J'i anting K'rawberries. The present iaoiitW in the Ust lime forgetting out straw berries, if H117 are expected to bear next year. Later than AngHRt or the 10th of Frptcmbcr, tk-y wiU Imrdly grow sufficient ly to produce even half a ercp awHlicr aoa on. Success ia securing a future crop will greatly depend on the care and management jf present planting. They are Hot difficult with regnrd to soil, ifthegrouud i well pre pared and enriched. Plough a foot deep and thoroughly incorporate tho manure, which should be chiefly of fegctfible origin, with the foil. A wet time for transplanting is desirable Twenty inches by twclto is a proper distance between the rows in a gar den, and three feet one way by nine inches the other a good field distance. The last distance gives the cultivator room to pass, which saves much hoeing. Strawberries like moisture, not orly at transplanting, but at fruiting, and the labor of watering can be greatly saved by mulching or cover ing the ground with straw, tan, or sawdust. With regard to the best kinds there is no longer any room for doubt. Five prac tical and competent men, having the public good at heart and without privute interests to serve in this matter, were recently ap pointed by tho. American Institute to in vestigate this subject and report tho best six varieties for cultivation. The following were reported with almostcntircunanimtty: 1. Peabosy's Seedling Large, fine fla Tored, independent propogaters, luxuriant and hardy, splendid plaut. 2. Wilson's Albany Its primary good qualities are : productiveness, size, and hrrn, juicy flesh. It is, however, too acid for the taste of many. 3. Longfellow's Prolific Early, large, and of excellent flavor ; modcratively pro ductive ; sometimes running too much to leaf. 4. Hooker's Seedlinir Good size ; of a rich, iwtot flavor ; moderately prtdaet lV(tom say vry productive.) .. 5. McAvoy'sSnperlorJVodnctive, large and of excellent flavor ; berries often de fective in form. 6. Ilovey's Seedling This variety is too well known to need any description. Its only defective is dryness and want of Nigu navor. To encourage new beginners in strawber ry cultivation, we will simply add that a bushel of berries to a square rod in a very common yield wider favorable circumstan-scs. CojrrxDRtH. Occasional," the washing ton correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, propounds the following : I had propounded to me, a day or two ago, a horrid conundrum. I send it to you as a sample of the extra stupid efforts of mind to perpetrate some itifinitessimal wit in that line of literature. My guesses, yon will per ceive, were not as harpy as those of Secreta ry CoLb about the custom house receipts, to much boasted of in the Constitution. I give the colloquy between the conundrum maker and myself exaetly as it took place : "Wrhy are the two big Bs James G. Bennett, of Washington Heights, and James Buchanan, of Washington city such affec- tiouote friends; and why have they snch as-J tonisuing continence in eacn oincr r Because (I answered) they are both of soMe Scotch extraction. ".Nonsense l say again," said my questioner. Because they have such harmonious tastes. "You havn't guessed yet." Because they have congenial eouls. "No." Because they are both models of manly beanty. 'Fact admitted, but that is not the an swer." Because they have the same love of truth. "Farther off than before." Because they have such delicacy of feel ing and sentiment. "Worse and worse." Because they both hare such tender re gard for the feelings of others. "Pshaw 1" Bceause they both have the same admi ration of virtue "A man's" uirtue ten. "Oh 1 Gracious 1" Because they are both bright examples of consistent purity. "That won't do." Because they have such nice sense of bon- r. "Everybody will laugh at that answer." 1 "Tbat'a not the chief reason." Because they both have such stupendous abilities. "That is a mistake also." Because they both bate the Democracy' and seek its downfall. "Fact, but not applicable to the question." Because they are both respected and pop ular. "A sal error." Because each uses, and each commands and commends each other, "That's pretty good, but not the proper answer." What is it, then,, (said-1) I give it up. For goodness sake, tell me, whatt tho an swer 1 "It is (replied my friend, with a rogue ish twinkle of his eyes, and in mingled ac oenta of solemn wiudom) it is, because nei ther has ever kolod the other straight in the fact." afcy Patriotic Sentiment. A venerable friend has handed to the Worcester Spy the following copy of a toast given by Geu. Washington at White Plains, N. Y., du ring the war of the Revelation. It was tfivon to the informant many yean since, by eEeur of tha army, wha was preiem on the ocean! on : ITeilth to the sick and wounded, Honor to the brave, Success to the American Flag, And freedom to the slave. Had Washington uttered snch sentiments in these degenerate days, he would be pro- ueuncea a "black Itcpubucan." Another Letter from Judge Douglas. WASHINGTON, AUG. 7. Tho letter from JXitlge Douglas to Col. Brit am covers two poiuta naturalization and the African Slave Trade substantially aa Collows : "There can be up difference in tho degree of protection accorded by Government to native and naturalized citizens. Our eon Siiiuiioo recognizes no diffcrense' Uk this rt-ieut. If peraoa can expatriate Lim-st-if from- a foreign government and swear alb'hwioo ta tbie aud ttill owe anything to 1U0 fortij'a power, he if in tho singular and incredible yrediuament oC owing al-k-"iiu.;o to two countries without being en tiik i to the protection due to ell our. citi zens. la the Convention the Constitution was a crtntive of compromise, and the African '1 k'iuve TraJo wus thesubicct. fcouta Caro linn and Georgia wished to continno it. Virginia, Pennsylvania, 'cw Jersey nnd New York wished it terminated. New England was passive In tho matter. South Carolina and (Jejrgia finally carried their point of continuimeo till the year 1803, with tho understanding that It should then end. It therefore beeanio tho vital com promise of tho instrument, and must be lieu ns sacred as me insirumcni until, in tli Li vii'W .Tnilirn l)oti9lns ilerliirra hiinscll irrevocably opposed to tho rc-opening of tho African Slave Trade. A publio meeting was held at Nashville, Tcnn., on the 12lh iii.stunt, when speeches were made by Messrs. Maynard, Netlierland, Nelson, and John Hell. Tbo following account of Mr. Boll's observations wo take from The Rrjmlli can Banner 1 "Col. Bill appeared, and was most en thusiastically cheered by the audience lie was looking as well as we have seen him for ten years past, nnd spoke with power and affect his voice ringing us clear, in tho open and damp air, as when ho met and conquered Felix Grundy thirty years aco ! lie made what he always makes a sensible and pntriotio speech, prcscuting the strong poiuts at issuo between tho op posing parties, lie dwelt with great clear ness npon the violated pledges of Democ racy their extravagance, corruptions, and ntter want of principle, lie snid that nothing held the luctious of the party to gether but the cohesive power of plunder. He said that for standing up against these outrages, Democratic editors aud Demo cratic orators had heaped their maledictions upon him, but ho regarded their abuso ns the highest compliment they could bestow, as tending to show that his influence was not yet dead 1 3 It was frequently inter rupted by shouts of applause. He uttered one severe but just sentence against Democ racy, and this impressed itself upon onr mind, lie said lie had liecn denounce for his course in relation to the Knnsas-Nebras ka bill, but bis course, time aud experience had proven io be correct. He said he was now held up as on ally of the Black Bepublicaas of the North, willing to conlesce and cooperate with them for the sake of promotion. He wu willing to cooperate with the Black Republicans of the North, for the sake of preserving this Government and perpetuating the Americnn Uuion 1 Nay, he was willing to go further than this : he was willing to cooperate with the corrupt and profligate leaders of Democ racy iu Tcnuessce to accomplish the sumo desirable objects 1 lie made other remarks about sectional discords, spoke of the impor tance of preserving the Union, and wound up with some eloquent words of encourage ment to the Opposition nnd a merited eulo gy upon the guliaut men whom they had elected to Congress from Tennessee, nnd who were destined to exert a saving influ ence in the next House taking his scat amid the cheers of a delighted audienco." Ducro & brother's New Cabinet Ware Rooms Ashtabula. TITE SUBSCRIBERS would respect inlnrrn me citizens or Ashtami 'iciuity that they hare opened New Cabinet ware room In the bit .Mine fonwrl occupied u the store of Mr. Steward eoutb end Main Street. Having bad. during a rwi donee in Germany, an excellent op portunity iW learning their butdnexA in all iU dfpartmei't, aud naming lired several years In the EaU'rn State nnd 1ko car ried on buMnerw in JelFt'rwn, for the lat two yparo, they feci authorised to my that thoy am pirmnteuetomcrn with work NOT TO BE EXCELLED! in thai oeuntrj. An atutortiuent of German, French aud Eng lish FURNITURE ! ia now on hand ready for exhibition to riMtora, and their all are rwpeetfuily oolicited. We are determined not to br outdone, either In the quality Ft " " "i mi Liirnin;Ka "I m inure, m iff KUIiUUlK to order, promptly, and warranted to give evtUlaclion. COFFINS. Kept on hand, of all kiuda aud hizrs, and ovule to- order, on the short-Ant notice. Don't forget the place and Mgn of CJIBl.YET ij- COFFIJY WJ1REROOMS hree hiilMInu notith of F. J. Jnnen k Co." Marble Shop; and remeinlier to call before purciuutiug eluewUere. Asblalmla, Jan. 1. IHUti- 309 Cabinet and Chair WARE ROOMS. T SAVAGE, would call the attention of the citiu-naof A&uUbul and Ticinity, to LU present Mahogan nfaa ; " Tete a TetM ; " Centre Taltlf-a. marble tops ; M C'haira. B.ririz wtala : " lt.ww.Kxl, iUj.le, droning A oommon Bureaux ; .iarv-ii; ' Wash Staoila, oommoa Tables, Beadttcadx, and DW..UI , Larire Mabogan rrickiDg cbaim ; Small " " jr-e cant Mat, eaue back do; Kinall " " do, Caiie wat aud Windsor cualnt in Tarletr Jan. 4, IS;"il. 23-tf TOUIER- LOOK UETLE ! EVERY one of the lovers of art, every On wiiA ad.nifM tho ha.titirn1 anil nrw-a.l1v. mvarr one h drliafltt tn Imtlr ntmn Ilia f:iiiiilixr f-.M. a ii?-r friend or relative. lUmtiish that frit-ml m.tv ! Lhnnauulinr niiliuawiV. or in the ftjurit lnd.) tuke notioe tUat yua eau cut ft true Ufa ItWa..-., ..r If -:-... -a Marsh's Uallcrj of Art in Ashtabula, aod aim, tliat daring tho Ilolytlayji, In consideration of the ciuavaew ol Uinex, 1 a Ul furnuu auuerior picture! al; Much Reduced Trices ! W'liat rhrintniM or Nw Year Gift, are more appropriate than to preiwut a perfect liaeuM of roTKHM.I' lo your friend. I uitcnd to ap eonttantljr on band a variety of piod donible eae, alao rranim tn hang up, an that aa you lit by your flre aiile, you oan bebold Ua (an ?on lore, beaminir un yon, waiiiuir op old moirwtea, and calling to mind pat aceuea of pleartnre and .njoymeot. Having n-eentlr refltte.1 my mm, I ihall aadoaror to nalnt II a ninam! and a(rrebl. a powtble, all vha may irtra Ma call. Miliar elaniax piaUira ml Bit mnaahar, ttina iraiai Ar no man, and hard Uiua dsea ani nmmt uWth from rauuriug tboea yum lor. rVear. the iha-lov, ICre tba aubatauca (adea; which you can do at Marsh' Ambrotype Gallery, la cloudy aa well ea clear weallier, between (A.M., and 4 P. M. Huoma llmt buil.Hoi.' aoulh of iiank. H Aii.Ubula, l.y. IT. A. MARKH. WILLARD & REEVES, -AT TUB AshtaVola Marble Work. WOULD be phased to have the clUwna of thi. Wwa and vicinity, wha ar la want of autiuiag in lb. Hue of Monuments, Head stones, &c, made from tU very b..t Iuiiaa and Rutland J I i - jr Uriii, and nu4ahid ia the beat ,T, f the art ViJ- lJiA 10 ,v " n4 " eonliuent that w. In ! w ran pleaae you. either ia nriea or nualitv. W ai eoualauCty getting up new aud beautiful du of aueiy aartaa Cjps, rose, wttrrrHS, LAMBS, 1.II.I.IHS, HVkOLLk. AND lliAfthlLS, oa Marble of any deatmd thlekneaa. Alao Furniture Karula, of any pa vera, amnbed la the amttit-iA, lunanar. We oonhally invite all, to call and a for taamftHvea, and axamina vur atocka and nrieea Utton pweuaei iff of irretion- ait'bt, fureiKO aMvuta, who iiifeat tlie oouiitr, taiftog advanlaia ul Uute. nnaiuaiutod with tl dtllemut qualiUea of Marble and aainitng otf aa ialarioe article, at aaorl-itaot ratea. vm. wji.i.ami. Aiihuvenla, April J4, I'M). . . J. I,. KKKVKS. T OVERS OF FANCY" C1IEWINO A J TOHACt'O, will Hod at lAinlar Men'a Kirhoage the boat article of Ilouey i)ew, keutiK-k Ki, oilda atf and Natlt Lwf louawua U AahtaJlaila Co. "ffCv(j H A.M A R S hX ARTIST! $ To thn roil of Ashtabula County. AYMOM'S flO Family Sewing Mti- CHIN:. A prartN-al Machine which nhonld b In every Kamllv, ao nlmple ic contnrtinn, that a child oan pm to run lt and a la.lv can operate It well In half an hour. It nea rteedlea and Uiread of any aixe, anopera1ea on thick ar thin work. V t' Rrlrl ef Omfniiln "feraiaerif n Iht AfTi cnHwrirt titxifly if fee Stat fif Mmnt. While It la conceded hv vonr committee that Hie Wheeler a Wllimn macbine exhibited1 It the hc1 of all the machine, a tbat other hl(h prlct d niarhlnee exhibited are excellently con-rtnicb-d, ami icrf.nn thotr work adiuirahly yet your com mrttee airree in the opinion that tin) Raymond Ten Dollar JIachir.o la eminently timpf, thirMlrh aW.Srm, and calculated f..r a niore exteniilve rlrcnlatlnn than either of the othcra, and that It will be of irfm pcncnll good to the community, from tt very low cot. consl'lerlnjr Via fcaeral rnetlta. Sn'fiir an the eev'eral memU-ra 'if the cominillee can jnil(Te, they hnnetlr believe llmt there ia a fir preater dilfei-enci' in tlie THICK of theeereral inaehliira than in their I'SK.I'I'I.N KS, and they conFider the balance to tie in fator of the Raymond Mnchlne. The above nmchine is on sulo nnd exhibition at the Hook and Variety Store of the auharrlbcr ta Anhtabnla, who i eo! owner of the right p,r the County. fS Tnwnhlpa rlghta aold on fitvorabla terma. April 1, 1S0H. 4.S4 M. O MrK. Wheeler &. Wilson Machine. Prices Xloclnoocl. New Style Family Machino,. ... 00 l'tated, on I'lain lahle, 76 00 " Half Cne Timel W) 00 Half Cane, Miiliogany or TUark Walnut... Rfi 00 KtiH Cit-P( M:ili.niy or Muck Walnut.. 0 Full Casp, Koscwol. HA TArjre Machine 100 H Hninniera, (extra,) . 00 NO FAMILY nt this day can ftlTnnl to do without a Sewing IMacliiuo. Thi'lr great utility it now beyond qnrctinn. An ohctnrle n the way of their jfetifial adopt inn, in a want of aet"nint:inrn with tlipfpiniity nod meritu of the varionx art,tK now in mark et. 1 he confident n'prewntatiotifi ol intcreHtod anpntM, and the norry expeiienre ol tlo.-e who have purchayod the ninjrle thtead, raveling inaehinen, on the strength of those represent ation!, have some hut nhakcti the public confidence. To avoid deception, a purchase should not te hastily made, or without full opportunities Tor a deliberate test of the reRi-ect-ivo merits of the diderent pat cut a. One unerrinjr Ruide may be relied upon, in selectlny. The lock stitch U the only desir able stitch taken. A Double Thread, JakM Utiirh JUmeMime, Is ouo that yon cannot wvll be deceived in. The Wheckr tj- Wilton's Machine k one of this description, and for a Family Maoldne tia more Smd points than any other In nee. It has sfcxwl the twst of me and experience, and nocupies a higher pi see in public es timation, thnn any of its competitors. It infrinfres on no other patent, and has no injunctions haJihi(i: over It, as a score of eneap machines have. It lias responsible local agenui vo maae poott all that is claimed for it, and to supply eveiy thing need ful to keep it in successful operation. Enlightened economy, aud exerience point to this as the cheapen niaehyto now le lore the public. IU advantages are these, nnd if .any one wishes to text them oefore purchasing, they are iuvited to do so : 1 Its simplicity and beauty of constmction. 2 The excellence arid neatness of its stitch alike on both sides, and its freedom from anything like raveling or cum brous cord On the underside. 3 Speed accuracy, aud reliability at any rate of siecd. 4 Kconomy of thread. 5 l'ortahility c.w of operation and maragement. ft Quietness of movement. 7 Heady adaptation to every species of family sewing, gath erimr, Ac The lie miner, which has recently been added, is one of the most servicable iuventiuns of the day. A hem is turned with the same facility that an ordinary seam in stitched, and with a uniformity and beauty that cannot bo approached ky hand. Its performance never tails to elicit admiration. This is a pure and simple narration of its qualities, which will npjear to ever' one on acpinintniice with the machine. It dstgn and mechanism is such, as to make its presence an acquisition to any one's parlor. For the truth of these dec larations, Tference tnnv had to the families of Hev. J. M. (iil lett, ftr. Farrinifton, 1j. Tvler, Mnvor liendrv, John &lans field, George C. lluMwrd, fc. C. lluhbanl, Capt, J. B. Hall, Geo. W. Dickinson, and Mrs. 8. B. Hultrcrt, all of Ashtabula. Pome of these person can speak from more than a year's ex perience, and from a comparison with some of the cheap aia chtnes, ha ing purchased and used them until the conviction was forreil upon them, that the sin tele-thread, raveling ma chines were not adapted to meet the wants of the family. The testimony of . I i'ih.k MKifts. I'retddent of the American Institute, is that" There is but one hewing Machine, and that is Wheeler h Wilson s." Oneof these machines may be seen in operation at therest- deuce of tlie subscnler, who is authorised to supply any flemand for them in thiH vicinity. JAMES I'.KKO. Ashtabula. May, Ih;,h. TO HOUSEKEEPERS & PERSONS liOING TO HOUSEKEEriNG. Furniture. Caipcla. AND Crockery, A'C, Ire. WL IIAUT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ALU KINDS OF Ft'IiNlTlT.E, o. 107 Water fct Cleveland, Ohio. I have now on hand a large and complete assortment of noSF.iVOOI MAHOGAyY, CHERRY, and J! LACK WAFaNUT, FURNITURE. Ck.vmrkr Sr.T. various. Ftyles. l.iii NriKK, at all .ri-rft. Mattkahskw, of Hairt Mauilla, Excels and Straw. Fi a.vo Stow.!. A II of which I offer to tlie purchasing community at JVirn lo nil Iht Time: WM. HART, No. 107 Water t. 15 14 OKWITII'S Carpet, Curtain and Window Shade Store. THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT OF THE KIND I.V OHIO Fivb Storiea 1.T feet lonj, devoted exclusively to the bale ol uie above gootia. Story Xo. 1. I devote.1 to the aale or Oil Clothe, from 2 feet to 2-1 feet wide, and Koj and Cauton Matting, l!-4, 8-4, 4-4, S-4 and 6-4 wiue. Story No. 2, Ta an Immenpe room, 22 feet hicrh, devoted to Two-ply and Three-plv Carta, I'iano and Talile Covera, Mate, Talile Oil Clolua, iSUir Carjiela, .Stair Hods, Carjtet Sweeera, kc, kc. Story No. 3, la devoted to Tnteidry Bruaeelaand Tapeatry VelvetCarjiete, nujT, llrxly Bntawli 'arjeta, Lice and Mimlin Curtaina, Cot ton, Wnrated and Satin Uamahkr, Cornii-ea, Curtain Anna and Ban-!a, Cordi and 'I'asnelH, (iold M'irdered and Common hatWa, Cull a While Holland, Curtain I uturia, I'ulpit Tasaela, kc Story No. 4, Is devoted to Ileinp and Cotton Caneta, Cheap Wool do., Dray-ret, Cnmib Clot ha, Kelt Clotha. Can-et Linintra, ltag car ieta, lt and Yaru Caqtx, Dutch Wod do., kc kc Story No. 5, la naed aa an Upholxtery and Sewing Room, for the making of Carpeta, titling Shoieti and Cornices kc k. Nos. 187 ami lS'J Superior Street, CmvELlvn, Ouio. CUOCKEItY & GLASSWARE. Ilia latest III lift HI s i i hi mm ; i wu F0GG, ENSW0RT1I t CO., mromn or ClllXa AXD EiETHBSWIBS, CLASSWAKE, LAMPS, for Cliurehea a Halls, CUTLERY, TBA Y.I, PLATED and BRITAXIA WAKE, And a great variety o nouse-FuruisIiing Articles. t7" Giwda carefully jacked and delivered at Dtpota Ire. of charua FOOT,, E.VSWORTH k Co, mJHS Corner Suierior and Seneca SU, Cleveland FUES1I GROCERIES ! I shall receive direct from New York, ia a few daya, a freali and well .elected aaeortroent of 1'Vuiu aud Groceries, fiucu a Oranp(ea, Plfta, l-eiiions, Enfrluh Currenla Prea'ed Citron, Ta, Kaleina, Teaa, Portoneo . New Orleanibrown uara, Alao, Crunhed, Powdered, an. CraoiilaU-d Uvtined Biurare, Piier, Hptea, Cinnamon, ciorna, cinnamon bada, Nutmeira and alace, Indigo Mtareh, Baieratoa, Oiiifter, Tobaeco. 8oap and Candles. Yoa will alao Hod at my itor. Hour, Flah, Pork, llaios, driiei apples, Peaches . illack berrh'a. Alao paint, a oils, aaitaaod haxdwara, rteytbe. aud Hiiat,,ea, Forks, bboveta, Hes and Kakes, Pails, aio, Itc, and la ahort everything usually found la a Orootiy, Feed and Proviaiou SU.re, All of wDitfl w.U 1m auld at a Reuxnabla adva4M. froui coal. U..CXUMULa AatiUhula, Ukw, Juua 0, lbj. U 4 It. .tfASSETT, Agent ro ma Sale, TurcliaKC, nnd Uent of Ucal Estate, INSURANCE, Negotiation of Loans, Collection of Debts, 4e. ASHTABCLA, OHIO. IJP.OrETlTY Sold for Commission only, JL ard no aale no charge. A Sale, direct or Indirect, eon dtltuteaa C'ommiflow. Three aerer of land. il iiatrd on one nf the mot pleamnt Streets In Ahtalmla village, on which there 1 a (tMd houne, frond fruit, rto. it N-lnn the property ownrrl ny n arren noa, a for sale at a tannin. Kii'iuire of Mr. Look on the preniiaea, Or nf 11. Fnwett. Farm of 00 serea, owned hy T. 0. Hoffman, (rood improve ment, at a treat hai sain. The farm owned hv Mr. Klnc-ihorv. nnnolle Willi k Tlavi Steam Saw mill, Plymouth, ecmhilnlnit 4S arrea, with p)d hntl'llnir-, fnilt and water, fir aale ch';ip and on favorahle terms Of payment. 24 Acres of land under irond tnte of eiilltvntlon, wllhi; od huihlin fruit, and Hi inn water, lew than a mile north nf Court Houac In Jelterwon a mont deHiml'l' reriuence mr aaie attheverv low prire of fl j:,o. Willi verv eay tcnn of pay ment, Enquire of Joseph ChafTee, on prcni'Ta, or of II. Fas- aett Ashtanula. That well known mm and wraln Farm enntalnln. of 220 scrt'S (nnlv 3 miles from Ashtahula on Plank lload.l owneil hy l. llohlwrd, Esq. Cood bnlUlnos water and fruit. Forty acres Umla-rllsiice under cultivation. Friwf-VWO. tncmiie of owner or at above ortipe. 40 acres miles smith, on iiank Rond 1 the Farm formerly owned hy Solomon Smith atnnll house, and burn, fruit aud good thn!er. Can be had at a he rjrain. Twn larire and valunhle farms owned hv E. Harmon, Esq. One nf 207 acres, near centre of Shotllcl.l, under hlirh state of eultivatinu, exci'pt 40 acrea timlier, 1 Jirpe dwelllnx and H hinn, oheese house, fiull. Arc An excellent dairy farm. Price e'ln ier acre. One of 1:11 acres. 2 mils south af Monroe on l'lank; oe hundred acrea linpnivedi j.md buildings. Tanua of puy nient on either of aNti e, acconimodatiiiK. rPIIE .ETNA INSURANCE COMl"Y JL cmitini.PR to ingnre all kimLs of properly nt an low rate!) to any rvfeoniblo company. O. 11. 1 ITCH, Agent. FIRST CLASS I.X8UIU.XCU. Life, Firo and Iulaod Insurance Agcticy. Connert.rtitMn1ii.il Mfe Inaurinre Company, of IlartfnrJ. Conn. Accnimilatel capital $;i,WK, V-''i,47' MiriM lAtfi I nun ranee (Vmpany,of ilarifonl, Conn. CapiUl and Surj.lufi over $iiM),(Xt. .Vina Fire and Inland Iniimnoe Compnnv, of Hartford. Ct. Cnpital anfl AhwI. .Ian. lit, 1Ha, $'.',it;iu,4;l 80. ISorth Amwriean Vire Incurante Com pan, of Hartford, Ct. Aftneta, Jan. lnt, $:i6o.S'J0 06. Hartng the Ajrency fVr thofx well known and reponslMe CompaiiieR, f am prepared to liMie Pol.cien on Life Hifki and all hindi f pniperty nt the lowost rat on for rclialilo iruxirance. Hiflkn taken on goods and nliipment of produce, either hy Railroad, Canal or lAkn. Jltuks on the liven of pernonfl oml gratlnfr to the KftnsaoId Fields, taken on reawonnhle trrnm. Especial attention given to theiumirance of DweHinir, and Farm property and oontenta. Hnr.h innuied for poriodn of 1 to ft yearn, on tho mout rcanonablo tem.it. ( iicnlara nent to thoM desiring informaflon. Apitlications solicited and policies tamed by O. II. FITCH, Flsk'e Block, Af-Iitiibula, Ohio. Written npplientionji frem ary part of the county will be promptly altemled to on their receipt hv KI1VAK1 11. FirCH, Pnrvevor, 4.itf AshUhula, Ohio. Sept. Appointments. Prove all things. DU. II. W. WADSWOirni, Eclectic rhyskiiin and Surgeon, will be in attendance as follows : Ashtabula, Ashtabula House, AVcdnefsdny Fept. 34. J'riinesvillH.Cnwles Hotjo, Hiursiwy Sept. 15. Chnnlon, Chiic'a Hotel Friday Sept IK. Cleveland, Johnson Home, Sept. 17 and 1M. Conneaut, Treinont limine,, , , .Tup--dar Sept. lth. CONsL J.TATlON FKKK. The Mode of Examination pursued by Dr. AV. in Tery simple ann entirely new ; ami rv it uie,ire or any of tlie internal vital organs, is in a very few minutes delected with facility and certainty without snUnur the path-nt a uea tinn. or having the leat previous knowledge "I the case. Among the diseast-n treated succeffully by him. maybe mentioned the following : All diseases peculiar to Females, and all chronic diseases of the H ram, j.yes, 1 tin tat. i.nnvrs, Heart, Stoinneh, l.iver, ,spie.n Kidneys, Skin or other onrans. A steedT cure warranted in all diseases of a Syphiliptic or venereal character, without the use of mercury or other poinonw.whicli destroy the constitution. neguiar vini.s win no mane aurintr the year, giving inose wha commence treatment, opportunity to continue till cured. J)r. XY. ha fully ffiiHliHed himself for the practice of bis profession, of whivti any ponton thail be ealittlivU by calling at his rooms. No certificate of cures pu.iHhed, but references to any number of patients, who have been cured, will bu given to those desiring them. Scrofula, and all Diseases of a Scrofulous origin. doers, Tumors, Enlarged (J lands or Joints, Hip I-inense, swell ed Neck or Goitre, Scrofulous sore Eyes, Scald Head, Kriiptions on the Face or other part, Cancer, Fitu la, Spinal Diseases, HyHi-epsia, ( ravel, Inipotene Stricture, St. Vitus UiUice, Epi lejMiy, Kheuniatihin. Dn)jyf kc Jkc. The roar Liberally Cvntidered. ' Any person sendincj a correct ftatement of their cymptoms and enclosing $., will have medicine, a'lapted to their case tutlicient to iaat one n.onth or live weeksent them by Express IT?" TifKTn Extracted withoi t Paix, by Oalvamss. Address H, W. WADSWORTH, M. Rntavia N. Y HOWARD ASSOCIATION. rillLADELrillA A iicnevolemt htttUution, established hy sjteritd F.ndovmenl or the Rctirf of the Sirk and Distressed, afflicted Kith f iruteut and Kptdemic Dsseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life, caused by Sexual I'ihcaxes.aiid tlie deceptions practiced upon the un fortunate victims of such diseases by (Juacks, fveml year, atrodin'cted their consulting surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy ol their name, to on-n a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of dteaes, in all their tonus, and to give MEDICAL ADVICE GRATIS, to all who apply by letter, with adehcription of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and In eases of extreme pnvwrtv, to FCRN'ISH MEDICINES FREE OF CHARGE. It is needle to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age. and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, in their Annual Report upon the treatment of Se.xUial Diseases, for the year ending January 1st, 1K5H, express the highest sat is bet if tn with the mico'pm which hs attended the labors of the Consulting Sur geon in the cure of Sjenuatorrhoia, Seminal Weakness, Im jtotence, GohorThcea, Gleet, Syphilis, tho vice of Onanism or Self-abuse, &c, and order a continuance of the same plan for the ensniitfr year. The Directors, on a review of Die past, feel assured fli.il their labors iu this sphere of benevolent effort have been of great benefit to the atllicted, especially to thn young, aud they have resolved to devoto themselves, with renewed zeal, to thUt very important and much despised cause. An ndmirahle Report on Sjrennatorrhne or Seminal Weak ness, the Vice of Onanism. Masturbation or Self Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual Orpans, hy the Consulting Sur freon, which will be sent by mail (in a sealed Envelope,) FREE OF CHARGE, on the receipt of two iUimft for pos ee. Other Report and Tract on the nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, kc are constantly b in pu)ilihed frratuiHkidistrihution, and will he seot to the atllicted. Some of i ie new reuuHlies and methods of treatment di.scov ered di.ilit.r the last vear, are of emit vidne. Addrt-as, Dr. J. SKUXIAN Hot (iHl'tN J eting- Sunreon ITowanl Association, No. 'I South NIN111 Slrw-, l'hiladelphia. Fa, Ry order of the DirectorH. GEO. FAIRCHTl.D, Secretarr. 43 51 ;i KAKTWFI.L. l'reyjdent. GEO. HALL'S New Stock rf?q2Pm Of I'MXO FOHTK, MkLODKONH, (illlTAHH, h"fiTT" IXHTKl CTIOV UtfthH, STMH.H, C'OVKKM, l)VH- J il W J J tkkn, and Gi'itak Stki.vi.h, all of the best rpiality, and at the lowest rates, tor the oiuing trade 18.VJ at AshUbulu. O. UAVEN, BACON & CO'S FIAN'OS. X. Y. we are Ratisfied, after a thorough Investigation into the com parative merits of some ton of the best N. Y., aud Ronton luakes. are the moat tleajrable l'iaiiO in market. With over 30 year's on let and undovialinc effort, to produce a lino without fault, ui the judguieut oi the most rt; fined musicians, the RAVF.X, ft A CO. if CO. PIAyn IS A CF.M, A SYM METRICAL HF.AIJTY. A MODEL OF MUSIC WITHOUT SOISE! TU lieautifulty, soft and liquid Umes, rreet the cultivated ear wiih most ex'misite udiht, ami the 1 1 Miter sel-loio gotn away wituout baying, - i wi.-n i una a i iano like thai." Don't buy a Piano until you are witisfied vou are pettiiifra one. I Km t tiank necnuse a I lano is eAea',you are vreit iK a bttrtaim or boaut.se it is hih priced, you necessarily get a good one. Goon Anvicn! Have the Plann net up In your parlor, If ixissible look at it, try H, (ret the opinion of comieU-nt judlfw. Buy of some resjioiuibie perwn as near houie att ioh fible. These gurb InstrumenU we funiivh to our customers at low raw, and most sincerely hoi, that our effort to fur nish (rood reliable Hanoi and MeUMleiDs. kc, wil. be duly ap preciated and time and mouey saved. Child k ttibhop's Mclodcons, a (rreat variety of 6 aud 6,l Octaves, a very good substitute for a J'iauo. HALL if SOXS GUITARS, a very (mperior article, warranted, and by the way young la die and frentlemen. why dontyou learn to play the Guibir ': It U a very coiiveuieutaiid taahionable iiutruimuiU TKRMS OF 8AIB : A portion down, and the balance in three and six mouths. Old 1'iauoa aud Melodeona taken In exchange for new. REFERENCE. H. FiasETT, Ej. J. E. Cbapuax. Direct all orden, aud letters of inquiry to GEO. HAM., Dejot on Park Rtreet. AjOiUbula, Ohio. Asiitabki.a, March Hth, 18A0. TO THE LADIES! I have just received a full assortment of lllTHCKI.'ri ExtracU aud I'erfuiueries. aa follows: Extract Musk, Extract Imon F tract Matrnolla, Extract Veuilla. tract 1'tttvheutey. Extrrcfe West End, Extract Strawberry, Extract Pineapple, Extract Jockey Club, Ext'ct New Mown II. -y. Pouwie Pliicome. Rears oil and Roue Oil aod lota i( other articles expreekly designed to please the JUST RECEIVED 35 Dozen Sum MKH HATa !-AT BRIG HAM k CO.'S eonaiaUaK of RONNKR, MORI'HV, Brown and Ulied Braiila, atid loU of other rtrVs for Mn aurl Hoys, All of liicb ar. to b. aold ai tli. luwsi lliiug uilcs For Cash ! I AIo HciaassCuiTHiaaor th. rsiloas stylmt suited for Ui.Meaaon. 'lu pM luuijt ye aouX liittusac.il. Aalitula, aUj In, W f OBD. CONnV'Ai 2J0UT0JI HOOFLASD'S celebrated German Bitters, Wif tjfrttvnlfif ntr Ltrer Cnmptattt Jypem, Jaundice, ncy, and ali dtsrmsts) oritring from m dis ordered Liver mr Sumach Fuch a Constipation, Inwurd Pi Ira, Fnlnesa or PWd to the Head, ArWItty of ttie Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, lhiriist fur Food, Fulness or Weight tn the Stoumrh, Hour Eructations, Kinking or Muttering at the Pit of the Stomach, flwtmmlnn of the Mend. Hurried and dimcrlt RreAthinfr, Fluttering at the Heart. Chokinjr or Hndoentitiir Pensatlniia when In a llnjr posture, Piinnes or ifiion. Pot or nebs before the right, Fever and Hull Pain In the Head, Heficiency of Perspiration' Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Hack, Chest l.lmhs, JVc, Sudden Flushes iif I lent, Rurninf in the Flesh, Coni(niit ImHuiniuifa ol Evil and steal Denrenion of Spirits. The propib'tors, in rallinc the attention of the public to this prepanition, do so with a feel I ntr of the utmost confidence in it v ii lues and adaptation to the diseases for which It is re- Commended. It ts no new lid tin tried article, but one that hna stood the lent of n ten tars tital before tlie American people, and ita reputation and sale are unrivalled hy any similar preparation extant The testimony In lis favor iriven by Pnuninent nnd well known Physicians aud individnala In all parta of the emintrv immonun, and a cai-efnl peninal of the Almanac, published annually by tho proprietor, and tn be had frrnti of any of his Agents, ran not but antify the most skeptical that this remedy is really deserving the great celebrity it has ob tained 472 "I I)H IKHIKl.ANDfi J.J AT.SAMIC cordial, for the Sjteefly cure of Coughs, Colds. InHnenro, Croup, Hoarsenesa Rroncittis, Pneumonia, Disease of the Rowels arising from Cold. Incipient Consumption, and for the relief and (if at all posMhlej cure of Patients in advanoed U.gcs of the latter disease. This celebrated preparation, like the HI tiers, may be confi dently relied on. It is designed fhr a class of dieofea more peneml and more fatal thnn any other to which the people o this country are f uhjpct those'sprlnging from a "slight r.old? Thrtt eminent atithnrltv, Ir. Hell, savs: "I will not say tha Colds are to our inhabitants what the Vlnsjut nnd Ylhrw Fev er ore to those of our countries; but, lean aver confidently that they usher in disease of greater complicity and mortali ty than these latter." A further proof of the terrible fatality of disease resulting from a " romman cofd" may lie seen by a glance at the follow ing statistics, taken from tl'ie records of ihe Ronrll of Health of Philadelphia, confessedly one of tlie most healthy localities in the I'nlon: IS C. Total deaths in Philadelphia, 10,201 I tied nf Consumption, 1.912 " " all othei disoases ('JoO In nnmbcr), 8,.H'J in.cn 1803. Total de.nths, 0,741) Hied f Connnmptton, 1,05 " all other dW'ahes. 7.K.54 9.740 18d4. Totnl deaths. 11,814 Hied of Consumption, 2,178 14 44 ail other diwwos, O.fiOfl 11,914 From tlieee ftjrnrea. It will he seen that nearly one fourth of the total deaths in the country are caused by consumption, tn ear nothing of the numerous other diseases springing from a "slight eold." Ho not trifle with vmir health; hut, If sufTerlug from aenngh or cold on the lungs, Imya lwttle of HOOFLANO'S I1AI.SAM 10 COR1HAI, and yoi may safety count on a cure. Thou sands have done so, and have certified to Its wonderful effects. Coughs sometimes proceed from a disordered or dvseptic state of the stomach, in which case the German Ritterii should be used. In cases of weakness, or general debility of the sra tem, resulting Imm a protracted oough, the German Ritters will be found of great benefit. Preared only by Dr. C. M, Jackson, 41? Arch street, Phil adnlphia. Piice 75 cents per bottle. For sale by OROHfiR WH.RARP, Ashtabula: T A MIM.ER, Austlnburg; TV R AL LEN, .lellerson: L I. VON, Conneaut; Q A C1BIW, Windsor; i!!tI(iAiytll!KU ;"nev': ly472 SA S TOKIVS" LI VE II I N V1G OliX TtR, NEVER DEHILIATE3. IT IS COMI'Ot'NDFD enlirely from Gums, and has become an e.-UMUhed fact, a; Standard Medicine, known and apprnv. ed by all that havo used it, and is now resorted to with confidence in all the diseases for which it is recommended. It ha cured thousands P5 within the last two yeara who had given up all hotes of ro- O lief, as the numerous unsolic ited certificates in my pos- H session show. The dose must be adapted to the temperament of the individual taking it, aud used in such quantities as to act gently on tlie Rowels. Q Let the dictates of your C5 judgment guide you in the use of the Liver Imignrator, p and it will cure Liver Com plaints, Billtous attacks, Pya- pepsia. Chronic Diarrhoea. Summer Complaints, Dysen- r tflry. Dropsy, Sour Stomach, Habitual Costiveness, Cholic, w Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Flatulence pj Jaundice, Female Weakness es and may I used success m fully as an Ordinary Family Medicine. It will cure Sick Headache, (as thousands can testify) in twenty minutes, if M two or three Tcaspooufuls are taken at commencement of attack. All who ut-p it are giving their testimony In Its favor. Mix water in the mouth with the Iiirigorator, aud swallow both together. Price One Dollar per Bottle. ALSO, Sanfors Family Oathartio Pills, Compounded from Puro Vegetable Extracts, and put np In Glass Cases, Air Tight, and will keep In any climate. ' THE FAMILY CATHARTIC TILL in a gentle but active Cathartic which the proprie- tor has used in hia practice more than twenty yearn. Tho constantly iucreaidng demand from those who have long used the Pi lis, and then Mtisfaction which all express In regard to their us, has in- duced me to place them with in the reach of all. H The Profewion well know that different Cathartics act on different portions of the Imwels. Tlie Family Ctuhartic Pill r has, with due reference to this well established fact, M been comjrounded from a va riely of the purest Vegeta- hie Extracts, which act alike on every part of the alimen- tary canal, and are god and wife in all cases where a Ca- thartic in needed, such as Derangements of tho 8 to- . niach, Sleejiiness, Pains) in the Rack and Loins, Costive- iiess, Pain and .Soreness over the whole body,i"roiu nudden S cold, which frequently, if neg lected, end in a long course t, of Fever, Loss of Appetite, a Creeping .Sensation of cold over the body, lUwtlewnesa, Headache, or weight in the head, all Inllamnmtory Dis eaws, Wonns in Children or y Adults. Rheumatism, a great Purifier of the Blood, and diseases tn which uu 1. heir, too numerous too mention In this advertbteiucufc. lJose i io ... rrice ou cent. The Liver lnvigorMor aid Family CathaHic Pills are retail. ed by Druggists generally, and aold wholesale hy the Trade in B.I1 MIC MIV IUH IUS, S, T. SANFRDr M, P., Manufacturer and Proprietor. lj-L'3 Rroadwav. Few York. 1859. Popular Trade 1859. TJIBBOXS & MILLINERY GOODS XXl ltlllBONS! ltlUUOXS! ItlllBON'3 ! To Merchants, Milliners, Jobbers, Dealers in IvlboonM, Millinery uomls, and Cash Buyers in all Sevtions of tho Country. Tho Catth Hihbon Ilouw, 116 Chambers btrect, New Vnrk, J.NO. FARKELI ESTABLISHED IX 1S5S. havo originate') a new principle a now era in the Rib bon Ira.lo, wut-n-hy w. make this buiuess I'LAIN, simple, and Buiir aa mat ui iiiuwii nnirilllgK. We buy for Cash ! Wo sell for Cash ! We are auti-lii! with 6 rr cent nrnfit. Auk no Second Price Have all onr lionas marked in l'laiu Firures. so that nian. n man and child bny alike, and efcetve the fame ralue lor their money, i mr puce lor beat luilcta uihlana, all colors, No 1 l.Vts per piece, No 4 Sik eU tier nie i. are h eU per piece, 1',' 15 " 1 -20 9 7:J No 18 H.4T1.' ocr nii ip. We olTor fancy Ribboiw all styles, all colors, all qualities, at pricea dffuiin competition, and for cauli only, (lur eatabilxh ment ia the centre of attmctioo for KiblOiia. Quick sales, lillit I'rolito, and (lood Value lor Cahh. Kouchea ! New styles and Paterns, at a Having of 30 percent iioio oreoiv prices, r.xaimue our Kaiupie, ana he convinced. Blond I Aces, fjiiiltiiiifa, kr.., ke Our liuo of these (iooda alwavKl'ull. V'e import and Job them at once fhr u percent uuvaiice. Aiaraeu pi icea on all linoux m 1'iain r iKUres. A sav ini of 40 per cent on'tltee IhMids from credit prices. Our inU'lition is to make the Kiblwin Traile as stanle In re. panl b priii'H as domeHtie Komis, To d. this, we must w 11 one Uiilliou dollar, worth of (i'hkIs fair annum I We are L'liinn men. No North. No South. Wo solicit the patronaire of Merclianta. in every aertien of tlie Uniu-1 States, and are the set vants of all who favor us with their trade and patronage. JMI. IaIIUSLI, Cash Ribbon House, 118 Chauiliers ft., N. Y.. near the HudMin R ivor a. -H wai.lkk. 4;.lly Railroad Depot. il.VMAI, Sl'ATEMIiNT OS THK Mutual DcncTit Life Insurance Company. NEWARK, NEW JE1WEV. Balance er statement Jan. IK.'KJ J 230 005 47 rreiniiiuia ree'd duriiif' the year $.'O7,04'.! ,'J7 ' Iliterent ree'd during tlie year l.,:ild WO Total receipts for lHAli 645,300 27 Taid lot's uup'd Jan. 1,'ott, 60,700 00 J'sid lossiis hy death du riug the year 118.W3 78 tW:M3 76 Pd canceled rolic.ies 'ilJUiti M , I'd Kalaries, taxes, postage, excl,aiii;e, kc 23,rrfl3 H I'd eoiumianiou. to ageoW 3u,"'J7 7o I'd irhyticiau's fees 00(48,644 6S $J'jlJ,f.'l 62 Balance , Td dividends during the year 11,314 W Net balance January 1st, 1.',7 $'.,,4b4,6la 18 Amount U0iaid, nut due, aud awaiting prnofa of death $63,000 ASSETS. Cash on hand $''2,04l 7T Newark t'ity 7 per cent bonds. ,IMSJ 00 Albany City a per cent bonds. . . 25.ISSJ 00 Troy City 0 per cent bonds 26,110 110 Brooklyn City 8 i--r cent bomls. 60,(HM 00 MasfaclniHCtt Ai.nillly bouds. . M)0 00 iionds and Uortages 1,3'ta,lK'J ,1 Ileal Extate itH.lfra 01 Hia iercent l'reiniiim Nohgi uj;t,7H Ixi wis on scj-ipt 8,471 fu I'reut Notes t caah iu kauailu. . . 17,721 43 $2,4X4,51. 1( Net accumulation Jan. 1, lSiT. . $2,481,512 18 Total of dividends paid to data. . , .i7,K07 6T Total of claims by death i to date 1,!iOi;,2.'!4 60 $I,RI,M4 SJ 'lha UirecUirs, having reserved tha Talu. of all policies tu mice aud oUiifslious ajiaiuat Ui. Coniaiiiy, keaiils tUHMHI of declared (HYilita, have, troia the surplus, declared a dlvideod on the policies uwued prior to January 1st, )K&b,lexcept term jsil icies) of 3 ier cent on the premiums paid at table rates, paya ble In script to thohe who have paid their premiums ia cah, aud to Ui. credit at those who are Indebted tu the ua.uj.sny lur premiums. " The Directors hsv, also ordered the payment of the 9th dir ldeiid, being Hist declared January drat, laoA I the saute to be paid to the members, at the time Uisir annual premiums be come due, during tlie year 1HA7. Thus, holding soriptof IbuA, will liallowud tlie same as cash In payment of premiums ; aud tluise whose dividends have been placed to their credit, will re ceive Ui. same by a crmilt on tuew notes as they aistur,. Vaasanui C. Miixss, Koiir. fATTEU.-oM, l"rw.- JAS. UtLU, Aijtui ul AuiiUbul. Ague Cure, ron tiir spKro cup or Inlrrmitlrnt Tcvrr, or Tcvpr nntl Artic, IlcmittPiit Fever, Chill Fcvrr, Inmb Acup, lVriodicpl IIcn1arhr, or Hilionn Ilcatlnchc, nntl Uiliou I'evcrs, imlrctl for tho whole class of ditensrg orisi" tinting til biliary dcrnnBrmcnt, rniisctl by tho Malnrin of minsmatic countries. No ouo rcmrdy is ltmdur called for by tbo necessities of tho American pcoi'lo than uvo and sal'o euro for Fever and Asie. Buch wo firo now cnnliled to oll'tr, vith a perfect certninty that it will cratliento tho IiscftP, and with ansurnncc, founded on proof, thnt no harm caa arise fiom its uso iu any quan tity. Thnt which jirotcrM from or prevents tins disorder must be of immense service in tho communities where it prevails. J'revctition is better than cure, fur the patient escapes tho risk which he must run iu violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This "Cuitu" expels tho niia.sinatic poison of I'liviiit and Aocb from thn system and prevents tho develop ment nf tho disease, if taken on tho Hist ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not onlv the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class of complaints, but also the cheapest. The larnc quantity wo supply for a dollar brings it within tho rench of every body; and iu bilious districts, where I'i:vi:u ani) Anon prevails, every body should havo it nnd use it freely both for cure and protection. It is Imped this price will place it within tho ica.-h of nil tho poor as well ns the rich. A prent superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for tho speedy and cer tain cure of Iiitcrmittcnts is, thnt it contains un tjtiiniuo or mineral, consequently it pro luces no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon the constitution. Those cured by it are left as healthy ns if they had never "nad the disease- 1'ever nnd Ague is not alone the consequenco of tho miii-matie poison. A preat variety of dis 't il is iu i-e from its irritation, tiniong which on' Neurniiria, l'hciimntism, Uout, Headache, I'liml " ss. Toothache, Enrnche, Catarrh, Asth ma, 1'i.lpilation, l'liiiiliil Afi'cetion of tho i"il e i, Hysterics, l'nin in the liowcls, C'olie, l'ai.dysia, and iH-raogement of the Stomach, n'.l i f which, when orifiinatinp; in this cause, put on the intermittent typo, or become period ical. This "Ci nu" expels the poison from thn Mood, nnd consequently cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi grants and perwms travelling or temporarily re-idiot; iu the malarious districts. If takun ornionally or daily while exposed to the in fection, that will be excreted from the system, nml cannot Hocomulnto in sullicicnt quantity to ri :i into disirnsc. Hence it is even more vabu.1 le for protection thnn cure, and few will ever suffer from Iiitcrmittcnts, if they avail t'neni'ilvcs of the yrotcction this remedy af fords. Aycr's Cathartic Pills, FCa ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC, ate so rnnipnscd that tliBeaso within the rnnfre of their nctimt can rarely withstand or evade them. 'J heir pi'iiiliiitinir properties senrch, and cleanse, nml i:n iKin-.ite every portion of tho human organ ism, cot reeling its diseased action, and rsstorinji its healihy vitnlilies. As a consequence of these properties, tlio invalid who is howed down witn fiain or physical debility is astonished to find his icalili or fiierjry restored by a remedy at once so simple ami invitinir. Kot only do they euro the cvory-day complaints of every body, but also ninny formidable and dangerous diseases. Tho spent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac, contniiiinK certificates of their cures and directions for their use in the following complaints: Costive ties, Heartburn, Headache arising from disordered Stomach, Nausea. Indigestion, l'ain in and Morbid Inaction o f the Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appe tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, nii.-int? from a low state of the body or obstruction of its functions. They are an excellent alterative for the renovation of the blood and the restora tion of tone und strength to the system debilitated by disease. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FOR TUB BAPID CUHB OF Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump tion, nnd for the relief of Consumptive Patients ia advanced stages of the disease. So wide is the field of its usefulness, and so nu merous nrc the cases of its cures, that almost every section of country abounds in persons pub licly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. When once tried, its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape observation, and where its virtues aro known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing aud dangerous affections of the Wpulnioniiry organs that ore incident to our tUmnto. While many inferior remedies thrust upon tho community have failed and been discarded, this hn gaiiit ii friends by every trial, conferred benefits on the nlllictcd they can never turget, and pro duced cures too numerous aud too rciuarkaUlo to be forgotten. mEPARED BY DU. alVC. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. OEO. WIM.AItn, Aahtabnla; W. It. Allen, Jefferson: Steve.n t Fitch, Geneva; II. II. Webster, 'Ainboy; I.. J. Weltcr, Con neaut; A. a!uanMand, Morgan; A. J. Miller, Austiuburg, and by all dealer, in Medicines everywhere. 300 HJIE ONLY ARTICLE UN III VALL- X tl) IN MAKKET, WITH IMMENSE Home and European Demand. The rcaxnt. why, in that hy NutiirtVn own prtvewi it regtnrr the ntttmul color iienimneuUv after the hair become" gmy; suppliers the natural thiiijn, nmlttiun n in ken it tfiow on 'uitd hetuU, removes all danUruiT, itching, aixl heat lnm the neaV quieU and tnneitupUie nervew, and thus cure all uervoiin lieadarbe. and may 1 relied Uwn to cure all diseaxfii of the ticttip and hair, it will Ml op and keep it from falling oil; makea U oft, eloapy, healthy and beautiful, and if uaed by the young two or thmj time a week, it nil! never fall or become gray; then reader, read tlie following aud jndge for yourselve : Nkw Vokx, Jan. H, 1A58. pROKKflnnKO J. Wood & Co.: (kntlkukn: Having heard a good deal atxint TrofesKor Wnnd'H Hair Keatorative, and nty hair being quite gray, 1 uiadeun my mind to lay ande the pre judiced which 1, in coiuinon with a Kret many pentnuM, liiul arainttt all manner of patent medleiiien, and a fhort time ago I commenced Uhlng your article, to text it for myself. The reault haa been ao eiy aaiUfactory tiiat 1 am very glad T did an, and in justice to you, tut well an for the encourage ment of other who may lie rh grey an I wan, but who having my prejudice. without my reaonn for netting it ajiide, are uu willing to give your J.erttomlive a trial till Uiey have further proof, and the befit proof being occular (lei no nut ration, I write you thia letter, which you may hIiow to any auch, and alao di rect them tome for further proof, who am iu and out of the 1N Y. Wire Hailing KutaMirdnuent every day. My hair la now tU natural color and much Improved In ap pearance every way, being gloMier and thicker aud much mure healthy looking. 1 am. Your Uehpectftilly, HENRY" JEN'K1N8. Cor. Columbia aud Carroll Bin. Brooklyn. I-.mM.KTo, A!a Fi b. 14, 18fi. Prof. O. J. Wood : Dear Sir, Vour Hair Keniorative hai pdooo much good in tM part of the country. My hair has been ttlighUy dimiiiLthiug fur several yean paftt, caused, I u pone, from a klight burn when I waa quite an infant. I have been uftiiig your Hair Keetorative fornix Wf-k and I And that I have a tine head of hair now growing, alter having umd all other reii.edie known, to no eth et. I llnnk it the iuot val. ualile remedy now exUut, aud ad vine all who are atllicted that way to uaeyour remedy. You cau pubiinli thiH if you thiuk proper. Yourt, ke., S. W. MlDPLKTn.V. I'ittT.ADKM'HIA, Pent. 0, Ih.'i?. IRor. Woon ParSlr: Your Hair Restorative, in jiroving Iteelf bene lie ial to me. The front, and aluo the hack jwirt o( bit head aluioftt loot it corerlng wan in fact bald. I have us ed but 1 half pint boltlea of your Keatnratie, and now the tnp of my head in well stadded with a promising crop of young hair, aud tha front in alao receiving' it benefit, I have tried Other preparations without anv heueflt whatever. 1 think from my own peraonal reeouimeiidation, 1 ean indue many othen to try It. Your. Ucfpeetfully. I). It. THOM.IS, M.I. Ko. 404 Vine atieet. TheRentoratlvelnputuplnbottlenof 3 flzeit, via : large, me dium and tiiM.ll; the amall holii a pint, and reUi'i mr one dollar per bottle; tlie medium bold at h-aat twenty tr cent more In proportion, than the Hinall, rcUil for two dol lar bottle; Hie large hoida a quart, id por cent more iu proportion, ami retailjiforlia bottle O. J. Wood k Co. proprietor h, 444 Broadwav, N'ew York, and 114 Market at, Hu I-oiit. Mo. And aold by all Drtigyiftta aud fancy Omda Pealera. &m4us BOOTS & SHOES, JUST KErKIVItn.by HOOT & MORRISOA, at their olil Kuifmrlum 1A0 pair. Miiu'a elilck H Kita, Vn.'a , 10, 12, M) du do Kin HinilH, do 7, lu, 11, n0 dr ilu fair HimU, ilo 7, 10, 1 1, 116 do liny.' thil-k lliaita, do 4, fi, 10, 74 do do kip Hoot, do 4, t, 10, '.'4 du Yoiitli'al'all'IfaKila, do 8, 10, la, 3U0 do Ijuliea1 Kip, Calf, and KnaiuelM lullier llnola. Gent'. t'oiiKn-aa, Oait.r, Kid Call, and Kuaiuailad Lautlier; do HutWloaU't KuUar OieraliM.a; lAilieg1 Uurooo, Kid and lAMling t'onrem Oaitera; do Jenny Kind 1'atant I fattier and Knainelled iluaklua; do Kilk laLiua Caiujra, fuaM all rouuU; do MiimixMj and Knatiiellnl tlaitcra; Ulaae.' lAaliiif OalUoa, No.'. 10 and I'.'; do Eiiaini lled and I .if l.aoa Hi.oU, 10, to 2; Children'. Calf lee Bot,for wiiiUix. do I anting Tip'd Oiiltem; do aloiAMxai Lao. liooU; Bor'i Calf, Kip and I'aU-ut lnl)ier RIiom) laulie.' aud Urut'a Knlitwra, lluntiuj aud tiaudVlaj do do Cork Hole.. Iu ow-t .v.ryUiinn tli. Ilu. of Boot, and f)ioa. Ilavlnx (Wan Uii. branch of buainea. our acial atU-iiUun foraevaial y"ara kao.iu, lha wauU of Ihe eomnuinitv, and liavln noue but tli. ill) b..l uf .ark, . i.mik a. caa tliiuk a. cau .U.Iy aay that, lu tlrw lin. ai. 'ml Ui Of la-'it. Cai X NU l.oiia aJO lov wiu. aa cuatKcui. - Uuoi' 4 alultKUoN. H03TETTER'3 STCMAGlTDITTEnS. It 1 fhot thnt, at norn period, ercry mom. hor of tho human fnmily ig .ui.jpct to dineai. "'I "rb'!3(Vf ,hft,b"'ily fonctloni) but, -rlth the ld of t Kno4 tonic .nl the iercl-e of plain common aenso, they may bo ble to to rcgulat, the .ystcm a, to ieoi,ro remanent hoalth. In onlor lo accompll.h n!i, dMired ohjeot, the i true coumo to punne I. certainly that irlilrh y,dl produce natural Hat. 0 things at tho loa-it hazard of tilal itrcngi), n life For thia purpose, Dr. Hostetlcr haa n. Iroduccd to this country a preparation bearing his name, -which la not a neir medioino, but one that has been tried for years, glfing nalisfac tion to all Vfbo 1it used It. The Hitlers operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels, and liver, restoring them to a healthy ami vigorous action, and thus, by the nimple pro cess of strengthening nature, enable the sys tem to triumph orcr disease. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appctilo, or any Bilious Complaints, nrixing from a morbid inaction, of tlie Bloinach or Jlowcls, producing Cramps, Pysontory, Colic, Cholera Morbus, &o., theso ltittcrs havo no equal. Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, so generally con tracted by new Bottlers, and cnuscd principally by tho chango of water and diet, will be speedily regulated by a brief use of tiiis preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease -which is probajdy more prevalent, in all its various forms, than any other, and tho cause of which may always bo attributed to dcrangoments of the digestive organs, can bo cured without fail by using; HOSTETTER'S STOMACH HITTERS, as per directions on tho bottle. For this disease every physician will reoommend Hitters of some kind then why not use an article known to bo infal lible T All nations havo their Bitters, as a pre ventive of disease and strengthener of the sys tem in general; and among them all there ia not to be found a nioro healthy people than tho Germans, from whom this preparation ema nated, based upon scicntifio experiments which havo tended M prove the value of this great preparation in tho scalo of medical scionce. Fkver and Aqur This trying and provok ing discaso, which fixes its relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to a mere sha dow in a short time, and rendering him phy sically and mentally useless, can bo driven from Ihe body by the uso of HOSTETTER'S RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of tha abovo-stated diseases can be contracted, even in exposed situations, if the Hitters are used as per directions. And as they neither create nausea nor offend tho palat e, and render un necessary any change of diet or interruption of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound slr j and healthy digestion, tho complaint is re moved as speedily as is consistent with the pro duction of a thorough and permanent cure, t 1'or Persons in Advanced Years, who are suf&jring from an enfeebled constitution and infirm body, these Hitters are invaluable as a rcstorativo of strength and vigor, and need only be tried to be appreciated. And to a mother whilo nursing these Bitters are indis pensable, especially where the mother's nour ishment is inadequate to the demands ef tho child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it is where a good tonio, such aa Host otter's Stomach Hitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vigor to the system. Ladies should by all means try this remedy for all cases of debility, and, before so doing, should ask thoir physician, who, if he ia acquainted with the virtue of tho Bitters, will rocommend their uso in all cases of weakness. CAUTION. We caution the publio against using any of tho many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for Hostrttkr'b Celebrated Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottlo has the words "Dr. J. Ilostotter'a Stomach Bitters' blown on the side of the bottlo, and stumped on the mctallio cap covering the cork, and observe that our autograph signature is on the label. rw Prepared and aold by HOSTETTEB ft SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and aold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers generally' throughout the United States, Canada, South Amorioo, and Germany. CEO. WIM.AItn, H. C. TOMBE9, Anhtabula. C. F. WOOli, Jefferson, and by Iimgglflta generally ly-178 A. & S. IIENUIIY. Agents, for Ohio.. BLOOD PUUIFIEIl AJs'D BLOOD TILLS, By Dr. Roback's Scandinavian Remedies. i . W. Hi i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 mil : -; miafi!i!t.iiiii.iiii)i; -4 1 i i s i i s (ii i i i s it i i M When Pr. ltonArK, Uie celebrated SireiljMli Physician, in trodnccrl liln Ulnnd I'urlfler and ilium! I'illa in tlie U. Statea, he aet forth in plain lantruape their curntir. prOier1iea. Thia wua yearn aro. The tank nf recommending them haa ainc. been failraa out of kit hands. Enlightened men whose charac ter fur sound jiiilirnieiit and philosophy, give, their opinion, watirht in the eniiiniitnHy, men . who oln.erve, retlect, a mak. "assurance doubly sure" lKfnre they deride ara -.rywb.r. approving and urginir the use or tliee wnndernil Preparations. All who confide in the witlnm and honesty of thia claaa, or who ehonae lo investigate for themselves are now of one minil on thia important subject X)r. Itoback lnite. th. attention of the sick to the OKIOIXAL I.BTTERS, from meiiiliers of the Medical 'rnfelnn, Editor. Of puVII. journals, well kmm-ii Merchants and Farmers, and Idtea of the highest reiectHhilily, giving acconnta of extraordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of which cure they theoiaelvca were EYK Wir.N'K.-lsKS. These partiea may lie eonsnlled ieraonally or by letter, by thjse who have any dniilit uion the subject. The evidence in the (Kisseslou of llr. Knhack, which is at all time, accessible to the public, establishes the following FACTS : That the Tli.nnn Ti Kipicr. and Blood Tills bar. been prov ed by amilysis to CONTAIN NO MINEUAL; That they cure the aliuost universal complaint, DYSPEPSIA with unerrlncr cerlalutr, and in a very short time. That after all olher aiediciuua havo proved useless, they reliev. I.IVEH COMPLAINT, and restore the health and strength of the sufferer. Tbat HICK FEMALES, who have languished for years in helpless weakness a despon dency, rocupi rule with great rapidity under their invigorating; openitiou. That all sexual disabilities are removed by their cordial aud gently stimulating proHrtiea. Tbat they recruit SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS, however they inuv'havo been trilled with and abused; Ibat their direct tendency is to lengthen life, and render It enjoy able. That, nratiug directly upon tho poisons of tMuoms MS the blood, Uiey CAl'SE SOON TO HEAL, anil dischargo from the system, every taint of Scrofula, wheth er hereditary or otherwise. 1 hat they ItECHUIT THE DEBILITATED, anil that there is no disease of the Stomach and Dowels, tha liver, the new?- srstrm, the .kin. ulauiiaor muscles, in which they io nut give prmnil relief, aud, if adnunislered before Ilia lrv citadel of lilt has becu tuvadtii. eliect a iMiiaiea. omd nr- fert cure. mar in niimi timt the Scaxiiikaviax VKiiNTiiiLi Blood 1'ii.i.s are eudiirsed by the experience of thoiisauda of living witnesses, who, in letters, oIli.Uuis, medical woika, a by word of mouth, proclaim them to bo the very best preanition of the kind ever ollered Ui the broken-down viellms of ill health. 1 hey hunt disease through every avenue and organ of the sys tem, and to exjsul it thoroughly and permanently. No one can doubt their sniriority after one sing. irlaK they arc not only better, but, in fa.il, cheaper than aay eh Pills, fur it takes a leas number of tlisui to produce a bettajfr effect Price of the Scandinavian Vegetalile Blood Purifier, tl per bottlo, or S per dor- n. Ill the ScuiJinaviuu Vegetable Bleoell I'ills, 26 cents per box, or 6 boxes for $1. Head llr. Kuliaik's Siecial Notices and Certiflratea, publish- ed io a conspicuous iart of this Paper from time to time. Dr. Hulsick's Medical Almanac and Family Advertiser, eon-, taiuiug a great variety of interesting and valuable Medical in formatiiin, can be had gratis of any ul his Ageuta lUrouguou. the country. In dillicult or eomplicated cases, Dr. Rohack may b. oonauly. ted personally or by letter euclusiug one stunp for Uie reply- From Rev. Mr. McMullen, Pastor of Roberts Cliapel. LvliMNirous, Oct S, 1WT. Dr. Rohack Dear Kir: I have used your Blood Purifier ! a nervous aliectliin, from which I have sulfrrrd niiiub at Malta.. While it is pleasant to the tuste. It eerUinly haa a nappy etleo. UKin tlie nerves. Please accept my thanks fur your kind r garda, aud believe me Yours, J- W. T. McMi luui. Manufartnie, Sale-Rnnnis and Office, No., 6 East Fourth-.lV M building frum slain street, Clnciuuati, Ohio. Laboratoy In iiaiuuioiiil street. For aile hy lino. Wii.Ln. A H BTOoawsi.t, Ash tabu la ; II Smith, Kalevillei U E Htoue. Orwelli K W tlsrll. WilllM,.n..i.l' w it nun JfllHrs.iii I. I.v,.n. Iinneaut: li Ticiour, West Williauislielil; a I) Prall W ayne; All. Har rington, Colbrook; H I lalsiaway k Son, liarUgrovel A K Beck-, with, New Lyme; P Ueail, West Au.luver; M. Brown, Uont W W Hern, k, Klrlimonil Centre; M Bulea, rienajnvi - va nfcCauslaud, Murgani K. L. liib)a, Orwell. O H focii-. vereil. Ilarnersllet.l: J O Hale. Aunltiiluirv: A l-airrsllKO. Plym outh; N Parrlsh, King vtlle; Chaa llarri tt, Auils.y; kiniitU fc II UIU., KWIuggsilllul llklt t lark, Mlieir.el.lj navarfs si ruer man, havhrook; B Nurtliern, Geneva; David Van, al, Uuiou vilie, and by Druggists and ilerciuuila generally. a ?4l)LlT I'KiVa. If yoiTwiHh to get ft I U S 1 l.i -..l I.. .1 U I L-Lr I L-J 4sr Ittsl 4M -v DU u ! uuiu a r tta a in r.r.l jsbO. w j hr hi junt rM-lv4-ti (1h lot tier Kirtrri, wliti h " . . a J V la- il sItf 1- . U I11W ..jIiUI thjtl rtVUIMl IDT OTaaJ Jfl'ilkW. Jl MlfJ Mil IU AJ I n A ji ia time amUh'iw no mHtk uf aixitk'iit or ujUusv x(uit'T4 for tnes.