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BY JAMES REED. Rav. J. W. B. Clahks, Donation Visit will take place on Tuesday evening, 31st. Dr. BAinn. Oar citizens will learn wilb pleasure that Pr. Bairn, who entertained them o acceptably and profitably on a former visit, will lecture again in this place on Saturday eve ning of the present week. The subject la a rery popular one, and no one Is better qunlifiel to do.justico to it. llinn Dr. I). The reader will see that our friend MGcirb'm offering inducements In bis line, which should not be overlooked. Popular Movimknt. The action or the Villago authorities of embracing the village in one road district, and holding tho control of that matter in their own hnnd, is one that meets with general favor. It will do away with an annual scramble for a bevy of Snpervi9ors, for considerations of personal advantage, and put the whole matter in a shape, that will make the public good a question of paramount import ance. Putrid Sorb Throat. This disease which prevailed In this vicinity Inst full in a somewhat fatal form, is now again, more or less prevalent, tout, we believe, of a more modified type. Por tions of Lake County are afflicted with it, as we learn by the Puincsvillo Commercial, and several deaths have occurred in Mentor, Kirt land, and some other places. Nfw Amkrican Crci.or-Konu. We are in debted to Mr. 0. 0. Calkins, agent for this county, for the first five volumes of this admir ably arranged work, from the press of the Ap plctons. It i well printed, neatly bound, and contains an amount of useful Information not comprised in any other work. The volumes conluin about eight hundred pages each, and comprise iu the fifteen volumes, through which the work is to run, a complete library, in the most succinct, accessible, and reliuble form pos sible. Price per vol., in cloth, $3 ; in sheep, full binding, 83 50. The materials and mechan ical execution of tho work, are of a superior character. The eighth volume has just been is sued, and the remainder will follow from time to time, as they shall be prepared. CnANOR. Among the business changes that .spring is to bring with it, besides those already mentioned, we hear that T. S. Lay, boot and shoe dealer, has taken the old store of Tyler & Collins. Pokb Fun at Us," Ha! The Sentinel seems to think that the Cincinnati Guzette, in its manner of noticing the shirtless condition of .Borao of onr citizens, is poking fun at us I If the Gazette is heartless enough to asc as for its merriment, under such circumstances, we hope it may share a similar fate, and its editor go shirtless to bis for six months.- Mrs. Ncttall, siuce our last issue, has been examined as n party in the larceny, and bound ever. Tho parties three are all oat on bail. "JLtsa Ikscranck Co.," ok Hartford, Ct. Our attention has been called to the January annual statement ol this old and justly deserv ing Company, which has just come to hand, by which we notice their capital has increased from 81.000.0UU to 81,500,1)00, still leaving an undivided surplus of over 8500,000, to meet contingencies, making now a fund of over "Two Million Dollars," invested in cash and the best paying stocks of this country, wilb a prudeuce that guaranties the utmost soundness. It is not at ull strange that the confidence of the public is so abiding, in a corporation, who lave ever maintained so high and unmistakable reliability, in these days of general distrust. Instead of dividing, as other Companies have done, all their profits fund sometimes more) among hungry stockholders, or what is worse, 'even dividing profits with Policy-holders, (as some would be Mi vnat Companies are doing) they have rather rewKaed their accumulations, :und increased their strength, for the protection of their Policies. That is what the insured want, safety und economy. This company have always maintained a steady aod progressive course, aiming to obtain a fair consideration for risks taken, always meet ing their obligations with scrupulous prompt ness, and richly deserve to be called what it em phatically is, tho great National Insurance Co. of the American People. Cleveland Herald. Carmichael & lioBBUig. This is the name of new firm, who have purchased the Anibro type establishment of II. A Marsh, of this vil lage, aud expect to go at once vigorously into the Ambrotypiug business. Mr. Carmichael will have the principal management of tho af fairs of this office. The facilities which this 'firm will bring to bear in the conduct of their business here, may be inferred from the extract which follows, from the Warren Dcmooral. Some specimens of their work have been shown us, which are not surpassed in merit by anything in this line of business. We bespeak for them a share of public attention and favor. Somkthi.no New. 'We have taken occasion to speak frequently of our neighbors, Messrs. Bobbins &. LeRoy, photographists, Ac, of this place, but we do not think we have spoken more often in their praise than their enterprise and skill have merited. They have now the most perfect establishment fur taking likenesses, in the West Iu addition to their former facili ties, they have just purchased a new Camera, of mammoth size, made to their order in N. York aod which Is the only oue of tho kind west of that city. It has the new diaphragm centre, a principle that euables the artist to take pictures with exceeding accarateness aud certaiuty. It will take a photograph sixteen inches square, aud do it well. It is a large investment to make, in a town of Ibis size, but we bope the in creased business that will follow, aod the supe rior order of their work, will fully compensate Messrs. Robbing & LeRoy, for their extra ex pense. We would aUo mention that they are doing a large business in supplying artists with tock. The Printer's Festival, in Cleveland, on Tues day night of last week, was a grand affair, ac cording to the. report iu the papers of that City. Mr. Fairbanks of the Herald, presided. Gov. Cuasb was present, aud other dittiuguibh ed statesmen. The highest encemjums are heaped upon Main Tor the elegaut tablo spread before them. Oue of the papers say : "Main, the host of the Jouheon, did his pret tiest, aud so well did he succeed, that of all the ? rioter's Festivals held in this city, that ot uesday eclipses and surpasses them all." Saleratur like Port Wiue can be be made at 'almost any price by oving cheap anddeliterioui substances, Ilerrick A Ileus Gold Medal Sal erutus j. perfectly pure unadulterated. One paper will couviuca auy intelligent lady that inert) ia nothing equal to it, it is perfectly heal thy aod wiir produce i more bread thau any ftther. Use this instead of soda.it is much better aud cheaper. Most of the merchants sell it. Jf.r , ? 'ar&' ? tfentosj Brothers, of iitteiauu, wauicauis is. Editor in a Bad Box. Mr. Editor t In perusing your editorial of the 21st of January, I found, that by conferring npon the Methodists, the favor of your pres ence at their cbnrch, on Sabbath evening, you involved yourself in a great amount of suffering, during tbs service, and consequent afflictions, for some time afterwards, and according to your own showing tho Methodist Brethren must bear the blame. Now without attempting to plead Innocenco or, to transfer the blamo to oth crs. we plead gailty to all truthful charges, a re gret exceedingly that the well intended, bat mis directed efforts to please, should have given so great offence. We would have greatly prefer red to have been admonished mora privately. But then we remember that Solomon says, that "open rebuke is better than secret love." Wo will endeavor then as christians, patiently to en dure this mode of chastisement, presuming that you might not have had much of the lntter ar ticle to spore for us, consequently you supplied ns bountifully with the former. But since it has been your pleasure to bring down upou us from your eminence this avalanche, we must creep from nndcr it as best we can. But where is the henrt so hard that it cannot sympathise with suffering humanity under such distressing circumstances. Only think of it I an Editor in a Methodist Church "in a box. Sitting bolt upright. Wedged in sideways, and not even room in the box for his pedestals" suffocating and melting down, between two stoves in full blast" and then, Oil, Inquisition 1 to think of "thumb screws and racks, and to be surrounded with the disease and death, and an atmosphere offensive and stupifying even to drowsiness." Iu the midst of such peril and danger, it ap pears to us that our friend must have been a man of more than ordinary firmness, to have endured such extreme suffering, voluntarily, when tho means of relief were at hand. We fear, sir, that under such uuloward circumstan ces, the means provided for your moral improve ment, must have been lost upon you, a circnm stance very much to be lamented. And still the case must go on, from bad, to worse, ns wheu yoa found relief from this "melting, swel tering, suffocating" process, you wore thrown in to circumstances more fearful. The "cold chills" of a "pleasant winter evening penetrated to your vitals." Tho wonder is sir, that you did not die, instantaneously. But through the interpo sition of a gracious Provideucc, your life has been spared, only to Buffer in common with many of your fellow citizeus at this time, who have not past through those extreme exposures that you have, but are suffering from sore throats. And now to sum up this evcutful af fair. 'I hope thut we, on our part, shall profit by this reproof, and that our friend who admini tered it, may surviee, and come np out of his afflictions, to give us a practical comment .upon that essentiul grace, without which men, al though in high places, are but as "sounding brass and tinkling 'cymbals.'' j. r. Well, bro. j. p. your flippancy is only equaled by the facile humor of your pen, and both are admirable. Your, polemics, however, are faulty, for while you use our editorial dignity rather cavalierly, you fail to touch the evil complained of. This tacit acknowledgment of the corn, is very fortunate, as it goes fur to reconcile ns to tho personal application. Though j. r. supposes we may not have much "secret love" to spare for our Methodist breth ren, we can hardly think that he believes in the full force of the insinuation, or oa ght that we said was dictated by ungenerous motives, If he intended this, we shall be forced to take issue with him. In our self-complacency we were willing to think we bad about us many of the elements of a pretty good Methodist. We ccrfniuly take pleusure in occasionally sitting to gether with our Methodist friendsin holy pluces. Out of politics, where no loco focoism comes in to view, we cluim uot to be straight-laced. We glory in having, as wo think, a heart capacious enough to sympathise with a fellow Christian, whatever be Ins name. That r spaciousness, how ever, is not likely to be aired as often as it might be desirable, in the way proposed, unless it can be done with less hazard th an on the occasion alluded to. The fact is, aud it might as well bo stated, ns that will cover tho whole matter in question, the old Methodist church is wholly inadequate, and in appropriate both for the society, and to offer suitablo accommodations to the members of other churches who wish to be on terms of christian reciprocity, and until the society go earnestly to work and put up a suitable Louse, their usefulness and prosperity will be essentially circumscribed, and if tbey do not meet with the open rebuke, such as we havo endeavored to administer, they will hardly es cape admonition from another qnurter, quite us dimcult to be got along with as the village jour nut. In conclusion we might say, that there is a spirit manifested by our friend that we did not lutend should bo, and very much regret seeing called into exerciso oo this subject. We had no intention of doing the chnrch a wrong, onr only object being to call attention to what is geuerally admitted by the church, a. necessity lor Detter etiuren accommodation. The feelino- alludcd to, we suspect has its origin outside of the ostensible cause. I Goon Fin ancierixo. Not long ago one of uur uiuio unvui"; occasion to remit two hundred dollars to New York, sent that amouut to a neighboring Bunk, together with the premium, for a draft. The returo mail brought the draft, less three cenU that omouut being deducted for return postage! It was an operation that so commended itselfto our consideration that we would do the institution injustice to withhold it from our readers.Conau Reporter. The same rule of courtesy and justice observed Iv other correspondence, we be lieve held food iu bonking aud fiuancial affairs. The printed letters of bankers, very coratnouly, if not generally have the item of postage inserted, and very few bu siness meu in this day, thiuk of asking an epistolutory favor without inclosing a stamp for the prepostage of such a favor. The ouly delinquency noticeublo in this affair is that which lies at the door of "one of our firms." Wr-The Atlantio Monthly for February con tains: Couotiug aod Measuring; My Last Love; A Shetland Bhawlj Roba di Roma, by W.W. Storyi JAmber God, (concluded) by tfarrlot KPrescott, The Poef. Friends, by W.D. nowells; The Memorial or A.B., or Matilda Muflin,by Rose Terry , Soma Account of a Vis lonary, by Marian James, London, The Truoe of Piscatsoas. If John O. Whiit - of Jamaica, by T.W. Iliggiusoo, The Professor.' Ci rl lN tl 'j 1 a a- owij, iy uizeweu; aiexicoj Reviews and Literary Notices; Recent American Publica tions: The mSpazlufl lUataihi th e4r,t.: . woo under tbs direction of Phillips k Simpson: t-art won ) t.-.lr.. Mr I. II,. time to obtain It, at No. I Mechanics Row, iter almost noth- itirjr. ('All and esamlne It Aslilatmia, November, lrv9. Palpitation of tho Heart. Th or are msny per sons allhrted with tho above disease, who should giro tho fol. lowing their attention. "Thin In to certify, that I have hem troubled with OjO nal plUHon nf tho heart Tor several years, and ot times po eevt.ro that I eould not lay down and sleep at night, and artcr npplv. In several remedies and fonnd no relief, I prnenred of tho airent, P. A. Huffman, one bottle nf HooManrl's German Hit. tern, prepared b? fr. O. M. Jackson, of Philadelphia, and I ronno en ran"h reller irnm one, I continued to nee It, ana now am perlectlr reliered nf the disease, and ! do recommend It to all who mar he nfUlrted with Uio aame diseases, a lam eat Aed It la a valuable medicine." Olren under mj hand '!l tho 14th of October, IMS. Waco, Elllston Co;, Kr. Vamhtixb BAiasTaiHt, These nilleniar enldat 76 eenU'oer bottlo. by oruFurWe and dealers In medicines everywhere. ilw6'J Dr. Iloetettere Hitters hare received the wa jrmo encomiums from tlie Press and people thmugbont the I'nlon. Afl a raltiahle tonic for the euro of Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Constipation and general aerroua debility. It cannot be ap- nrosenea. r.very uey new caeee of Its great client arc enron Icled through onr public iournale. There Is nothing equal to the enjoyment, to that which the anileted experience when using this valuable specific. Its mild tone. Its euro and rigor, out action upon a disnrdort'd stomach, and the cleansing of the entire human body, should recomtnend It to all elaeees of our community. All that will Iw necessary to conrlnoe tho Kepirai 01 us neauhy effects, Is to purchase a tiottio ana oe Convinced. SoH Inr dritel.t and dealers j-enemllr. tjT Br adriirtleeim nt in another column. Im623 T'serul In Krrrr framllw. I'elnt. Oreaee spots. etc. removed tnafantly j gloree, silks, rthlmns, etc. cleaned ecpial to new, without Injury to the mnet delicate color or fab ric by Ilencman ft (V Concentrated HKN.INE, only 2. cents per llottle. MEdKMAN Co. I)ninrt, 101, am. ft 1 1 and7Milroa.Iwaj,N.Y. Sm6l2 Bee Mdrrrtlarmrnt nf Dr. Sanford's Uver Inrljfora tor and Family Cathartic Pills in another column. Tlia Teat of 1 Tear'a Emerlenct has prorcd tho Superior Vuality of liegeman Clnrk k Co's. Cod Liver Oil. It ts pronounced by Phrrirtnnt the bet Itemedy for conenmp Hon. Scrofula, Chronic nheumatlum, Ac. ever ilir-cnrered. Caution. The value of this renudy depends upon Its ,,ui in ..mct in ei'ruro our cumuners m nn- -in.i, one nf our Ann went to Newfoundland to superintend the mfinninciurc or our oil, and we rrrrnrif if port, free thai uie latiel has the eaicle nil mortar, and the r-ifrnntiire over tho cork or each bottle, as there Is a great r eal or cheap, Inferior oil mimed off S)r p'nulne, to the (Trent injury nf paitents. t"w"Ask for llcpin'i, Clark Co s, and take no other, as many have been cured with the genuiuo who hare uwl others without any benefit. StnM2 MARRIED. On Tue,ly, Jan. 3d, by Rer. A. M. Ilrown. Mr. WILLIAM 81'EM.M A.N, to .Miss SUSAN M. BKNHAM, both of Ashtabula. In Root.lown, on the lt inst by tho Rer. I.. W. Ely, Mr. L. EOIIKRT lllloVMN(, uflUreuna. to Hiss LYIJiA A. SHIUi l.lKK, of Randolph. 1 1 NEW TAILOR SHOP. JOHN F. QIFFORI), Would Respectfully inform his friends and lh Publle gener ally, thut he has opened a Shop, over Smith & Lockwood's Store, where he will he found at all reasonable hours, ready to form "guod habitf' for all, and hoies by strict attention to busineM, to merit ana receive a snare ot rubitc ratronngc. The Latest Loudon and New York Fashions, always on hand. 9 Cutting done to order and warranted. All kinds ol Produce 'aken In Exchange for work. Ashtabula, Oct. 24th, 1R50. 614 Probate Notice. A LL Persons Interested will Take Notice XA. that the following Accounts' of Executors, Administra tors and (iuanliant, have been filed in the Office or the 1'ro bate Court ol Ashtabula County, Ohio, and the wine will remain on file subject to exceptions, until the 31st day of January next, when they will be examined, and ir approved will be admitted to accord. First .Iccount Of O. B. Custin, Administrator of lienjumln Custin, deceased ; Of A. J.J3. Barnes, Administrator of Abner Bowe, deceased. Third Acconnt, Of Zaxie C. Hills, Guardian of Olive D. Hills. Seventh Account, Of E. C. Bout and H. L. Morrison, Executors of E. names, d'd. First, and Final Account. Of Chales A. Camp, one of Uie Administrators of Or las Camp, deceased, OfE. M. Stevens, Executor of J. B. Fount, deceased. Of Jason Turk, Administrator of Almira Tutck. deceared. Final Account, Ot C. C. Dibble, and Melvin Bardeen, Executors of Luther Itartleen, deceased. Of John Cortletou, Administrator of Ralph Cortlerou,deeeaa'd. Of Win. H. Ilorley, Administrator of Alra liurt, deoeased. Henry Fassett, Probate Jndge. Jefferson, December 30, 1859. tt-VJS pOCKET DIARIES 'memorandums, A large assortment for lsr,o. At the New York Store, J. K. Chapman. JEW LARGE RAISINS Fresh and rery nice, can be fbnnd at It St. RODENTS'. N JEW SHOE SHOP. the room over the Oruir Store ol A. Uendrv. wliere lie will be happy to pee his old friends and aoiuain- tances, end tupply their wants In his line. Aa he does his own work, he it determined to put his prices at the lowest livinir standard. French Calf lioota for $4,6U ; Kip do. fur $3,76, rd tr hipping Men's boots 60 cents. Other work in proportion. Give us a call. GEORGE Ct XXIXGHAM. Ashtabula, Dee. 14, 18.W. m VTEW BOOKS. "The Impending Cri- JLl sis of the South." "The Minister's Yt'noinfr." "Gold Foil" by Timothy Titeomh. at M. G. DICK'S. SMITH'S NEW BLOCK. REMOVAL EXTRAOJIDIX AUY. , TUB New York Store j has removed to JSxxi.it la.' s New UlooU, First Door North of risk House, Where will be found a full and complete assortment of Staple Dry Gooda ! which will be aold VERY LOW FOR CASH! THE Subscriber his taken tho above named Store, for a terra of years, and hopes by lair aodjiberaj deaiiuf to rewire a share ol public patronage. His facilities are such as will enable him to sell moat kinds of Goods In bis Una lower than can be bought elsewhere ia this eountj. His motto is "CHEAP FOR CASH." JIBT RECEIVED, A Ana assortment of Pacific aud Manchester Delaines, for 29 ets, a thing never before done In Ath tabula. Also A nice lot of Prints. These Calicos are th Wat ever offered for Uie uonry. Shilling Print for 10 cents. Cotton Cloths, Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Cloaks, Shawls, Hoods, Arc, Nice, Net and Cheap. Kif More New Goods next week. "XaJt Goods Received Weekly, makes the Stock always now and fresh. Remember the place, No. 1 Smith's Block "Cheap fbr Cask." 0. GILLETT. Ashtabula, Jan. 12, 1S60.' THE SubRpriber JL has started In th asm,.., "kfp ind fidelity d at- - i to aehare nf buslneea, he hopes to merit It. aiillne to and from the Denot. or about the vllls, will be thankfully received and satireelorlly executed, lie will be found umvn the Hoad at all timet, not necessarily dernted to rest and feedt nl( W. H. IKIIPY. Drugs aviti Medicine. TTAVIXG jwrclmRed the entiro Drug cs- wiiip.niTi7n, oi a. ti. moesweii, in una vniaire, and baring added largely to the old stock, I tm now preinred to sell to all who may favor me with Uielr eastoin, a brst claae stock of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, of a perfectly reliable quality, and at reasonable prices. I still retain the services of Mr. Jniiies M. Allen'; a rentleman long and favorably known as a practical Ditto oiNT and CHKaifT. Physicians prescriptions carefully and truthfully attended to. I intend to add to my stock frum time t 'time, aucb preperatinne aa claim the attention of the MKniral. ranraa hkiv, and be prepared at all times to All ant prescriptions olleied. 7 ' ' A splendid stock of FAMILY G R O C E II I ES, ' Including almost every grade of Teas, Si-gars, Coffee, ic, &c, Ac. Pnre Wines and Liquors, from Importers hands In New York. Whisker of my n Rectifying for medicinal purposes, and warranted FREE FRt IM DRIUS. I cordially Invite Physicians, Merchants, Farmers, and Me chanics, hi an esamluatinn of mr stock, willing at all times to compare prices and quality, with any similar stablishroent In Northern Ohio, A. HENDRY. Ashtabula, Oct. ls.W, filO HYPOPIIOSPHITESof Lime, of Soda, of Potash, and of Iroo. A new article. Just received, at the Drug Store of a. HENDRY. CODA ASH 1 ! 0 no ton pure, just KJ Received from New Tork. Sal Soda, A half Ton, jnst received, at A. HEVDIIY'9- G OLD MEDAL SALERATUS, in kept i me uriig .-iure 01 a. HK.VUIIY. GOLDEN Syrup, nnd West India Mo lasses. MALAGA RAlI.NS.rrcah and nlre. Juet Received at the Drug Store of A. HENDRY. The New Tork Tribune. Prepare for tho Great Political Campaign 0f 1S0U I INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. NOW IS TDK TIME TO SITBSCHIRE. TitK Taint MB now more than )H years old, and having oy er Two Hundred Thousand Buliecrfners, or constant purchnera, dilTused through every Shite and Territory of our I'ninn will continue In efwnce what It hns been the earnest champion of Liberty, Progress, and or whatever will Con. luce to our na tional growth in Vlrture, Industry, Knowledge. THE XEW-YOUfc DAILY TItlRI XE Is printed on a larjre Imperial sheet, and published everr morn ing and evening (Sundays excepted). 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All letters to be addressed to HORACE GREELEY at Co., Tribune Bnlldines, Sthayw Nassau-st, New York. Wheeler & Wilson Machine. Prices neduood. New Style Family Machine, $."0 00 Plated, ou Plain table 76 00 " llnlr Case Panel 80 00 Half Case, Mahogany or Black Walnut,. . Ba 00 " Full Case, Mahogany or Black Walnut. .100 00 " Full Case, Rosewood,. 115 00 Irge Machine 100 00 Hemmers, (extra,) 600 IVTO FAMILY at this day can afford to do without a J! isewinpr. Machine. Their great utility Is now lieyoud question. An obstacle in the way of their general adoption, Is a want of acquaiutanee with theoualitv aud merits of the various mtents now in mark et. The eontiileut aepreseutations of interested agents, and the sorry exieriene o those who navo purcliasea um eingle Ihread, ruvelinir machines, on tha strength of those repreaeut- alions, have aomewhat ahaken the public confidence. To avoid deception, a purrhaae should not he haMlly siade, or without full op)iortiiiiitiea for a deliberate teat of the resfiect tve merits of Uie diderent lmtruts. One unerring guide may be relied upon, in selecting. The lock stitch ia the onlv deiir able stitch taken. A Dooblt Hwtad, IjkU Stitch AocAiat, is one uia you cannot well oe oocetveu in. ins TOtfctr ij Wison't Machine la one of this description, and for a Family Machine has more good points thau any other In use. It haa stood the test of nut aim experience, aud occupies a nigner piaoa to publle ee tttnation, thau any ufita competitora. It iutiiuirea on no other patents, and has no injunctions hanging over it, aa a score of aueap machines nave. It baa responsible local agents to niaas gooa all tnal u claluiea lor it, and to supply eveiy iniug neea iul to keep it In eucoseuftil operation, a-ullghtenad econuair. and eximrlence poiut to this as theeheapeat machine now be fore the publio. Its advantages are these, and if any one wishes to teat them before purcbaeing, they are Uirited to do so t 1 Its simplicity and beauty of ooustructinn. t Tbs xoelleoce and neatness of ita stiteh--4llke an both aides, aud its freedom from anything likararalinf or cuni hrous cord on the underside. I Sliced accuracy, and reliability at any rata of speed. 4 Economy of thread. ( Portability ease of operation and management. A Quietness of movemout. T Ready adaptation to ev ery species of family sewing, gath ring, co. The Hemmer, which has recently been added, is one of the most servlcable lnveutluna o( the day. A beiu it turned with the same facility that an ordinary sea in isstili'lied, and with uuiforuiity and beauty that cauuot be approacheu ky hand. IU pevtoniianco nerer fails to elicit admiration. Thtt ia a pure and simple narration of ita qualities, which will appear to every one on acquaintance with the machine, fta design and mechanism la audi, aa to make Its preseuea ao acquisition to any one's parlor. For the truth of these dea laraliona, reference may had to the families of Rev. J. M. Uil lelt, De. Farrington, L Tyler, Mayor Hendry; John klana (leld, UeorgeC. Hubbard, K. C. Hubbard, Capt. d. B. Hall, Geo. W.l)fcklntou,and Mra. 8. B. Hulbert, all of Ashtabula. Some of these persona eaa speak from more tbaa a year's oa perlence, and floin a comparison with tome of the cheap ma chines, having purchased aud need them until the eoovietioa wee forced upon them, that the aiugle-thread, raveling ma ahinea were uot aitapttd to meet the wants of the tamily. The testimony of Jrnoa Maioa, Preeident ol tha American Institute, is that "There is eul oue Sewing Machine, aod that it Wheeler Wilson a." One of these mar blue may be eeeorn operation at thereel dence ol the aubacriber, who iaaaUluriaed to supply any demand for them in this rictnlty. . JAeLKg HIED. Ashtabula, May, ISO. gUMNER & COSiPjtNX, Importem of Wina; Bt and us and tothgn Lujuori; And Dealers is Fin Old .Whiskies and Sega'rs, FicaLso PKsauvaa faciTS, to. , is. 3 Reed House Flock, ; : ; Eiia, fa. BUY YOUR 1MILXJNERY GOODS OF T. Or. XVz-iBlat, and tare your money, as be has tha Largest and Best itRRortmcnt in Northern Ohio. Ton will tare 23 to 49 per cent. Examine his stock a be convinced of this fact. FURS THAT CANT BE BEAt, Sold at low rales, and oil VTarrar.te ti .T. G. WRIGHT. Ashtabula, Nov. 18.06. TtiR NEW AMERICAN CYCLOPED. A. A Popular Dictionary of Genernl Knowl edge, edited by fieorge Ripley and Charles A. Bena, aldSd by a numetnns selectcorps ol writers in all branches of arience, art, and literature. 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A full advertising circular will be sent to all who apply. ah oruers uy man, irom responsible parties, promptly at tended to. Address. C. G. Calkins, Ashtabula. Ohio, 517 Sole Agent for Ashtabula County. More New Goods i JUST RECEIVED AT SMITH & LOCKWOOD'S Have seen them, tbey ate all 6 K. Bring oh yonr Cash, Apples, Peaches and Hickory Nuts, and take them away, FOR THEY MUST BE S)LD ! NEW FIRM. New nnd Increased Stock of Goods. U C. OSBORN, late of Kingsville, hav- lO lug poithiwed in Intertftt In the Grocery Businefta of Prentice & Surilh. tli buftfoetM wtll berea-fter tonducted under the name and Ann of Prentice, Smith & Company. In nearly th native ranpa of trad aa heretofore, but with much eulianced stock and fiicilities. One of the firm haa junt returned from New York, wberv time ha been token to make liberal pnrchaeft, witb dincrimi Datton, of mich good aa will not (ail to meet the wants, and ehalleope to meet the approbation of the eitiaeua of the vil lage and county. Therein Ita of thene fiurehaxea may be aeeo ami judged of j aa the Rood are coming to hand daily, and will be followed, by other aa neccewdty tmll require. The eouditlnn of the market Kant 1 a aumclent quaranty of the favorable range of price, at which theee purchases have been made. That thene inducements offered may be put to the test ia the chief desire of thmm making them. GROCERIES. In this department tbe etabluhment will he aa well sup plied with as general and choice a selection of gooda as eaa be fuurd in the couutv. WOODEN WARE, Consisting: of Pails, Tul, VYah Hoards, Sugar Tubs, slops, Broouia, Butter Ladela, Keltlng Tina, kc WILLOW WARE. In large rartety, nuch as Clot hen and Market Basket. Rocking Dining snd hitting Chaira fbr the children, buggies and Cabs llobl.y Ilnnus Hand .Sleds, for the Bovs ; Herlin Hattketntortlte Ladiea. In the Dry UtHid l.iue, my be found an amortment of Po mestic (Jooda Sheeting, Hhlrting, Ticking, Deuima, I'rinta, la. 1'ROVISIOXS. This is a trade to which special atteution will be iriven both la the Mirchaae and sale. Will keep constantly on hand a fuU stock of Flour, Feed, Pork, Fish, Salt, totrether with Water Cement, Cured llaras'and Shoulders, for family nse a:e ltaily supplies of Freah Can Oyttera, both Fair Haven and Baltimore, tickled Clama aud Oysters, Lobsters, and Haucea. tiuuUl Dealers furniahed with 'fresh sii)plies on liberal terms. l'KE.YllCK, bMITrt It CO. AshUhula, Pec 1st, 1668. 4 Inducements for the Holidays I EDWARD H. ROBERTS, OFFERS his entire assortment of Good at greatly reduced prieea I in order to eloae out his Stock aa much as possible, before the Brat of January. Now ia the time to purchase Goods for presents, and make anmrbudy happy, by giving theni a New Dress, Cloak, or Shawl. All kinds of Dress Goods rcrj low. En lira Stock of Cloaks reduced from twenty-nve to 60 per e't. Brocba Shawls Cheaper than Ever. Dress Silks Reduced twenty per cent Hoop Skirts reduced to the lowest point Prints a Domestic Goods, cheap as the chenpast WILL OFEN ON MOXDAY; New beLninejf, New Casolmeiea, Ticks, Cotton Flannels, Coat Trimmings, &c., Ac. WILL open on Wednesday or Thursdaj New Hoods and RIgolettas, New Gloves, ic, Ac, f c. CALL and BIE that ths reduction Is genuine. EDW. II. ROBERTS, FUk Block, AsbUbula, Ohio LOOKING GLASSES Do yoa want one M. Q. PICK'S la the place to boy. He haa juet opened a largo tut, t heap I I heap 1 1 AT ASHTABULA NEWS l)EPOT. xi. at thk Atar roRt ttoke. ,. It cent Magaainaa, regularly taken at - IMotsaaeli. IS cent da do do a IS eta each. cent Papers, do da s i eta aach. t cant Tapers. do o ": J. . (JUArMAIt. -w r.. v v a it.t " r-.H - .1 . I Lil.l rat iiiv vau, auu !c, iuuiii X J of that BUPEKIOB arllcU al IXTTtK FATU atW J. E. CBtmAMI , fin Tuk DryGeoi sad iu'J hto. sill ft: iTew Bobt and Shoe Store i TlIE feubecriber desires to call the atten tion of the eltliena of Ashtabula and vicinity,' to his Large and well delected assorts mellt of Goods; embracing every variety In tha above Una. Having baea en gaged for soma time past, snd being now connected with a , r ... Large Jobbing and .Manufacturing House iu ew lork; la enabled to oiler Goods fur Caah, at priors Nevar yat Reachad in Uila Market. DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SIIOES can supply themselves ia this Hue, At New York Wholesale Prices I T. 8. LAY. Store Two Doors South of Fisk House. Ashtabula, September 30, 1859. 510 ATETALIC TIPS for CHILDREN -IT A llitchell'a Patent Metalie Tipped Sboea for Children- well known fbr their dursbilitv, for sale verv eheap at LAY'S New Boot and Shoe Store. J OHN P. ROBERTSON . Has the Largest, BEST SELECTED . and CHEAPEST STOCK OF Dry OOocls' suth sS Shawls, Organdies, and Printed Muslinj, Berages and Challies, Prints and Ginghams, Black and Fancy Silk, Hosiery and Gloves, Shirts and Parasols, nats and Caps, Ladies Shoes,' Cloths' Cossimcres, Vestiugs, Boots and Shoes,' Wall Paper, Mirrors, Teas, Sngarsj Coffee, And a large amount of Goods that cannot be enumerated, thai can be found nowhere else in In it village. Ashtabula, Oct , Ih&W- New Goods! THE undersirrned hns jnst returned from SEW YORK, witb a new supdy ot Oooda, ouuslatlng ol all the varieliee usu-Uly kept by hiiu. Tlieee Goods have been pure based si .ice tha recent decline la prieea in New York. My assortment ia now a very deairable one. and thnaa In want of Goods, ama And almoet anvthine- thev need, at Ti far below any other establishment in this v'i'lage. Iteosaaiber, I an aloaing ant Stock, and this new addition has bean made to give my customers and tbe Dublin a mora general aaaortineat to select from. I desire, if possible, to elose out mr entire atoek K. tk 1 of April next, aud respectfully iavita ay trienda, oue and all, vw a " c suv a eu. GEORGE W1LLARD. AsbUbula, Oct 27, ISM. Woolao Ooods A Olothlnf f HIIE undersigned has received from New -L YORK, a Sue assortment of Broad Cloths, Cassimerea, Satinets, Kentucky Joaua, Vestings, Ac., A, . and having teeunsd tha aervleee af eoniietit Woitcmea, la preiasred lo uauulautura Clothing af every diecriptioa, to oanaa, oa the aborleet notice, and oa tha uoet reasonable ttrroa. ... rar Ready Made Clothiag oa hand, and lor tale cbaapes than over belose offered ia this market. ,jf Cutting aoue at all tiuea, and warranted to It If pro per! v ma'leup. fJT All kinds of Trtsnmings fumisbed dieaa- Ueorga VVIUarel. AsbUbula, Nov. ta, ls-ta. A La r ire assortment of Ladies Calf, Kin, XX Enameled and Nomas Hostess, boas li. nn to $1 M. with high keela, at the aign ot the rJiti uinri. l" Two Horea Waxaal iiate. VNE of. J. P. StulU, Superior Ilors Wa4raoa,n tha, beat Improved at via and tulah, traa aviea, mpraved couplings, with Neck Yoke aUake, and mmf Uau auoapteta, new, aad ia good ardor. Enquire af HOOT Y evblidQS.' July 33, It. TVf ASTER COMMIKRIOXERa Pal- of iovVVMia:,,TAl,l'l ritAn Dan Tarkcr vs Rrnetas Loomis. By vtrtna of an Order ,f Rale ly umr mu c!nnH la the ahnve enee, te me diieeted, I 111 etler I.sr tans be war of Poblic Auction, at the boor of the 7 ' ,,. Conrt House, in Jefferson, Aahtatmla Counj fni State of Ohio,, . , . On H'edncsdoy, February 22(4, A. ib-lSfiO, between thshmire of 10 and 4 o'clock nf eald dor, th )k.lf..4 log dewibed Heal Estats, t-wlt . aitavsta In M.e township of (Isnevl, t onnty or ashtehnla, ae Xtal. nf Ohio, and bounded end deerilbed aa lellows : Heine a wort f ltts No twelve and tiilrteen, in tract nnwiber fmir, T wahip nnmhet twelve, alnreaaid, and bounded aa Mlnwa: tt vflmher-lt noundod oa the west by County line mad ; on tbe North and Rest by the lot line I and South be Wm. Whoelei'e land t being the North half of aald Lot Intended to aa ennveved. containing f)( erae of land. Appraised at f Alan the 7onU liaif of lai No IS, tract and township afore said, bounded on the West side by the Conntr line r.ad ; 4a the North by the Xertb half of teld lot No. IS ; en ths Ks4 and Mouth by the Lot lines of said lot, containing ftrty aciea m iana. Appraised at g v,i. hkniikv, Master Cotnmisinnner, 8herirt Olllco, Jan. IT, WtO. Swhvd Mast efTcoSYm ISSIONERS Sa7. Or REAL ,ICS)TATB. Ashtalaila Common fleas Not. Term, I'M. . nector King P. II. Wood and Wire. BY virtue of aa Order to Sell, duly issued tram said Ceari In the above ease, to nie directed, 1 win offer of w oi Toblio A action, at ths Door of the Court nones in the township of Jefferson, Ashtabula County Ohio,' On Saturday the 25th day or January, A. n. 18C0 bet wees thi hours of 10 k 4 o'clock of said day, the following Real Estate, to wit : Sitriale io the township of Harpersflcld, County ol AslUbula, and State of Ohio, knowa and deaerlhedt as part of lot No, tliirty-two (32) township No eleven ( 11) Id the nflh (Sth) ranje, and bounded as follows, ta wit ! be.la Ding In the North Kast corner of the BurvlnKOround la Xlf tonsilla, on the South una of tin .Hide Koad, thence south seven and a half (I rods, tlunca East three (8) rods, thence Nnsth seven and a half (T l-i rods to tlie Kldea Road, tbence West along tbe Mouth line of sa. 1 f.i4fy Hoad three (3) rods to tlie place nf beginning, containing iwenty-twe rji) n.ds of land, appraised at . ,,. WM. HEVDRY, Master Commissioner. Pherlff's OITIce, January 17th, lfl0. 6tAS-l7l j TASTE R CO MMISSION ER'S SALE 1TX OK I.ANOS and TENKWENT AdHTABL'LA COM MON 1'I.RAS November Term, 1HMI. i,.. ..' , Order of Balis: liordlii Jv,, Rankin, ) , . , BY Virtue of an Order of Sale, dulr issued from said Com in the above case, to me directed, 1 will oiler For Sale by way of Public Auctiof, a", the door of tlie Court House in Jefferson, A sli tabula Couuty, Oliio, on Wednesday the 22d day of Febiuary, ad. 18C0, between the hours or 10 a. e'elock, of aald day, tha following described Inds and Tene menta, to wit : being six acres situated In lot No. algbty-tdghl i . .. lo the Township of Saybrook. in the County of Ashtabula snd Ptsts of Ohio, knuaWsia, the Norlh by lauds al R. fi. A Word, sqi on the East by tha Highway, on tlie (south by land of C. B. Marill.aa ths Wc uy mi eigniy-mne. , mi ; ., also, twelve aereaoriana in lot o. elglity-nlne. In eald townbip of Saybrook, bounded on the North by land of f jetty.. B. Hart, on the Kast by lot No. eiahty-ellrht. on the Kouth try lands of Euos Hider, on tha West by lands of O. B. ileodersoa appraised at $ vim. hkmwy, Hiiertaaa Kectnl Master Couimlssirmer; Oated this 17th day of January, StfcK? it Sheriff 1$ Sale of Real Estate. , . Ashtabula Common Pleas Terra 18 . Howard Wbitcomb & Co. t T. A. Miller ei Coj BY Virtue of Pin Tcndt,.nd Fa Fa AuW Issued from said Conrt. In the ahdrk case, ta ma directed I will oner for sale by way of .... , Public Anctioo, at the Dcor of the Court House, in Jefferson, Ashtabula County. Ohio. On Saturday tbe 25th day of Februar,. a. n. 18(Sd between Uie hours of 10 and 4 o'clock of said day, the following described Beal Estate, to wit : situated in tha Township of Anatiubnrg", county of Ashlatrala, and State of Ohio, bounded and deeer&s ed aa follows-commencing in Uie centre of the Asbtshula an4 Trumbull Turnpike Road, at a pntnt doe 4taat from theuoftH bast corner ot tne r. arc rfonee of T. A antler, ia Antuoburg, niwning'thenea Sonth in the centre of said turnpike road to the'Nhrth line of Jefferson road, supposed tft be one hundred feet, tbence West on tha North line of said Jefferson Knadj one hundred and thirty-two feet, thence North parallel with tne bast line, or tne centre oi sua lumpike Head about ana hundred feet to tha North Una of tha Ware House, thence East one hundred and thirty-two feet to tlie piaoa of be fawning together with all tlie tenements and appurtonanccs thereto belonging, appraised at J2,no. : . ' .,i Alto one other niece of iand. sttrtate in the townthlnof Saf brook, eoontv'vjfAshtilnila,.and State of Ohio, and la a taut of lot No. sasrenty-sesen, bounded North by lands of of Kodaey Vieta, East by lands of O. HaeUng's heirs, South by tbe Ash tabula and Trumbull Taroplke, and West by tbe West .lloa ot said lot No. 77, containing thirty acres of land, appva.ed at t Wm Hendry, Sheriff. Sheriff s Office, Jannary 17, 18o0. ( ttb'JO $ 2S Relief for tho Afflicted. Dtl. S. G. CLARK, German Reform, ed Uripothic PhysicUn and Snrgeon, (rormerly .at th arm of Clark a Gibson) can bo coiiaulted at thk follow!,. M rues and places : , i as Conneautville, Power Honse, Teb. gtb Virard Uirard " Tela Cnnneaub, Tremont -Honse, attt KingnvUle, Rodger's Housa M 0th tlvncva, L"nion. House, s lotil C -otarville, Whwlerlfouse, llthi PamesviUc, Cow let House, " 13th, 1 Ashtabula, Klsk House, " Hth JelTcrSon, Tllompann. 1Mb Hock Creek. I.ippard " Ihth Orwell, Smith House, 17th Cole Brook, Exclianire Honse, " list Jamestown, l'a. from Feb. lsth, to Mar. Sth. Dr. U G. Clark, havine had frequent and arrant eollcHatleaa frmn hit patients and their friends, to visit the aeie-hborhaed oocaaiouaily, that tbey might consult htm rs3raonailTv aa arell aa uy case, win nereuter run the above named places once amonth. -t i- . - . r Having had seventeen rears experience la tha nraeUae nf medicine, during wbicb time he baa treated thousands of pa ticnts in all foruit of acute aod chronic diseasea with nnnar- alelled succaes (of which some of yonr friends or neighbor can testify ) and ia prepared to give relief to all wha may ap ly particular attention will be given to tbe euro af Cox- at.Krriu.v, ana an oiseaaes or uie lungs and chest, Dispepeias Nrrroui Diseases. Female derangements af every eharacter will be treated witb aucceas. , ... ,. - , . Aiso will cure old sores and all eruntiee sUseaaea af what ever eharacter they may be. Jle makea tree af antvwreal Aelewu-ai remediea. No calomel or ether deleterious druga are used. ..-(.- Persons at a distance deslrinr advise and Medidna. will aaral a general discription of the appearance of tiie aiine, wila. a correct etatainent ol the cause, origin of the disease, and a, mhmkI l.l-t n. . . ' . . ' All cuuimnnioations must be directed to 1 tii 8. O. CLARK. aL. Jamestown. Mercer Co Pa. ' ' . f BBRt'ARY APPOIJf TMEHTIS. Prove jll rmxas! , . DR. II. W..WADSWORTII. J-elect'c Physician and Surgeon, will he la attendance as tullowa AshUhula, Ashtabula H, Wednesdav, Thursdav, Feb. f2 a tS. Conneaut, Tremont House, . . , Tu'eaday, Febrnary Tin. I'ainetville. Cowls House, Friday,'. . . .February 1 . . 4 Chardon, Chase'a Hotels . , , . .Saturday, Fehruay lota. CleveUnd, Johnson Houta,.. . , j . f'eb.ruarf 2b'Ji and 21Us. I;U.MIIUA(1U FBiilf. . . The Mode of Examination pnrsned by Dr. T. wry eimpie ana euureiy new ; ana By It oleosa of any V i 7 UBl T,uu organa, is in a very tew uilnuteo aelecesd with facility aud certaiuty without asking tha patient a aaa ' wr uning ine least previous knowledge ol uie eaea. Among the diseasea ti'eatcd auuoeaafuiiy by him. may aal tnentliiiied the Mlowing : All diseasee peeulUr to Females, and all chronic disrates of the Brain, Kyes, Thnt, LuUKS, Heart, SUnuach, Liver, Kpleea Kidneya, Skin or otlier organs. A- apeedy cure warrauted la all diseases of a Syphiliptic or venereal eharacter, without the use of mercury or other i,Bisoiia.which destroy the const! tutien. Bttgubu viaiu will ae ruade daring the year, giviog time wha ouminence treatiueut, opjiortuijiaato continue si it earesl. Dr. W. has fully qualified himseuT.r the practice of ma profeasioa, of wbieo any persoa shall be aatlshed by aaiiiog at hie rooipa. , ' . No eertliicate of cures puhlWied, but reference to a, auiut-ar of pat it its, who have eaea cured, will be gives, as, tboee desiring them. . . i Scrofula, and all Diseases of a Scrofulous orv!i V Icere, Tumors, Rnlarged GUuda or Joints, 11 1 p Diweas,.aweLcs sd Neck er Ooilre, Berofuloustore fyea. Scald Hoad, LmpUOrw en Uie Face r other pacta, Cancer, Fistula, Hpknal lHM-a' lytpeeia, ravel, Impotence, Stricture, tit. Vitas tees, Kt' lepsy, riheuuistism, Dropsy, Ac Ac. Tkt Poor uitroUf Ceeenkridl,. , . . Any person sending a correct eUteraeot mi taear syasptetn and enclosing $a, wiU have niediciuav adaated ta thalt eaaa sufficient lo last oae month ot hve weekijesat them hi Tf. i u.is lT Tmu ExTBAcrao withot n, tisMaJvsi,.' Addreaa H. W. WAn3WUBTa, M. R. BwUrla I1 Kikara Vltlaiag MUf. s ASH, DOOR & DLIND MANUFA& TORY We woaid call ah alien Una of ttulldera to rMf Doors, Saghea and Blinds,' and to onr tacUitiet for Ma'nuilbctuitaf . Our Maehinoey ls ' aaw moA of the awet huf roved kuida. We employ none but the rosat espwienoed woekiuca we aae the he.fr Ouainy eg Michigan Pine, which Wall thorvaghly areeiated beeebre lug we ouaaider our fuciliUM uiiaurisaaaed br any eiLear maw utr.eturer U Northern Oiiio. . ' theieture thluk is aMiuld ao vo the advantage ef any person wanting auy thiuk- ia om liae to give us a anil, to eaniiae oar work, and eotopaii, crnr prieea, which we warraut to be as lew aa tit use of any w Jiet ffi tit la the country.,, , ' All goods aCMraly baled and delivered at tht Bid Road tie. pot, lu Paipeaville, ireeait charge, . irt r Any peraon ordering of us cw awil, wiR be sr to get aa fraud aa article aa U they were hare to atiect tor Utueelte. Manufactory aaar Ceauga Frna-e, r'alnesvilla, Ik. Co. IX Srajaa ) . hlhl.lt riKiiN.T',, rvrr-.,ia T pit KS.OF FANC Y lTi: W I NO A.J TOBAOCO, wiH f i.lji.t Lan.ber Men'i Kvrha.se the Wt artuire of Money Dew, Krasurk tut, Vtnrlus tut aud talt Lraf Tobaixxit la Ar.liU.buli t e. JEFFERSON ROOK BINDByT BOOKS AND MAGAZlNt3 BOUND IN AXV ETTLK DLITJULD. IJlauk Docks ftit j dU'l ulud to order. w. a. AitCS".