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BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Trains Leaving Ashtabula Depot. OOJKO KA.T. ' Wn,, . ij.n r a. the. ITt-ii. , . S 09 p. - A-rnNniiATiniv,, T-On e. a. OOINO WfST. Kjciwt Errwres,. ,a..l a. a A OWaniiiTIOK, 7 a. a H iJ.W p. h FtMnt-i. . . .1A p a. kipt r revse. . 1 1 .in p. a. Blackberry Plants I.wtoa Plant la any quan my, can ee fraran oi the subscriber JAMES REED. Ashtabula, September 5, 1860. Time of Holding Fairs. Ashtahola Cooiily Sept II, 12 tod 13. .. Pierpont -Septomher 25th. "Ashtabula Sept. 24th 25th and 26th. Coiincant -September 27th and 28th. .Orwrll October Int. 2d and 3d. Lake Connly Oct. 3d, 4th and ftth. , "Geansra Co., at Burton Sept. 25th to 28lh. taira'rd, Pa.. Oct. 3d. 4th. and 6ih. Bhtor Wads, says Hie Reporter, is to spetik at Conneaut on the 20th lust. FIR" Co. Eikrciss. This company bad Its relator oontM parade and exercise oo Wed nesday afternoon lust, and from the height to whifh water was thrown, pave a very commend ale exhibit or it "moflclu" and efllcieecy. Ccrtt Fair. The friends of the Coonty Fair hare beeu bestirring themselves, to give annsAal attractiveness to the exhibition this full, and the citizens of the County will be ready, it U hoped, to respond to Ibis laudable effort. The groondg are now In good order, and the track, which has been increased to 40 feet in width, and a third of a mile in extent, we lenrn U finished and iu good condition. The build tags have also undergone changes and improve ments, and nothing will be left undone to meet all 'reasonable expectations. We give the times 'of odlding the several fairs in the neighborhood ia another pluce, corrected from last week. ' , The forty-fourth animal session of the Grand River Baptist Association will be held next week with the Baptist Church in this vil lage, commencing at 1 o'clock r. u. Tuesday, and continuing till nooo of Thursday. - The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. 8. D. Bowkk. of Ilnotington, O, or lie v. T. O. Lamb, of JeflersoB. " . - ; Wii.lard F. Clark, formerly of W. Aodov r, was drowned while attempting to ford a ereek at Carbondale, III., an the 6th ult. Jon II. WniTB, son of Ira White, formerly of Conneaut, left Chicago fur the gold regions last spring, and died at Denver City, after hr ing received the attentions during his sickness of those who were with biin, and was buried, and the spot properly designated. Tow suit Fair. Our township Fair, it expected, will the present season fur exceed sny previous -one. The institntion has become a settled alTuir, and its growing importance and interest ach successive year, the experience jraihod In the enterprise, the increased facilities in the' way df means, increase of bailding ac commodation, the excellence of the grounds, awl the unexampled abundance and superiority of the products of the season, justify the ex. jactation, that our borne fair will fully equal anything in the viciuity. The attractions of a band, and the fire company will be added to those of the exhibition. Our citizens, it is ex pected, will bring out everything which may add to the interest ef the 'occasion. A train f premium eattle drawing a car with the band wilt tuk a turn through the villtie. The officers of the Association are. J. P, Jennings. President ; Levi Blakeslee, Vice Pre sident ; H. Fassett, Treusarer ; A. W. Steele, Secretary; A. Gerald.', II. J. Nettlcton, John Harmon, C. G. Calkins, Q. C. Cally, Directors ; A. Geralds. Marshnl. Tan IJorsk Fair at Painesville, last week, proved arj exciting one, from the number in at tendance, the number of fast nags entered, the mount of money bet, and the good time made in the several contests. The best time made was by Mfiropslu, jroing half a mile in one minute and nine seconds. Tnit Inauguration Dksjonstration at Clove land on the 10th, will, no doubt, call together the greatest crowd that was ever gathered ia that city, and to accommodate those who wish to be present, ao extra traio will pass over the road from Erie to Cleveland, stopping at all stations ; fare redaced to nearly oue balf the OBOal rate. Kw Livcht Stable As another evidenre of the business of enr village we have to no tice to-day, the opening of a third Livery Sta ble by the Messrs. Culver. Tbey occupy the Warmington Honse Barn, and are equipping their establishment in a saperb manner. It is, we understand, their intention to keep a "crack concern" which shall be commensurate io extent and style with the growiog wants of the place. Exflaxatiov. The following letter explains itseir, and snows bow easily our friend IIoweixs is disturbed. A single word as to the unavoid able character of the delinquency, and all would lave beeo right, without the seeming exaction poa as of looking op the cause, without the slightest hint about a starting point JEFFERSON, Sept. 4, 1860. Editor of the Telegraph i In your paper of last Saturday. I notice that y name ia brought forward very unnecessarily, and I think very ungraciously, both by you and the Mahoning Register. The latter has mado an sxplanation j and I must ask of you the favor t do me justice in yoor esse, while I regret tint you have so uselessly obliged me to make the request When you and the other Secre taries of the Congressional Convention gave me your notes of the proceedings, you neglected to five me Ma. Giddikos' letter. I therefore fouad myself at home without the proceedings com plete j and it was too late to write for the let er, and get It io time for any paper In the die Irict peciJJj when I could not tell whether to write to Mr. Coi at Warren, or Mr. Hall at Toungstown, J bad po alternative but to get Mr. Giddinga to rewrite it, which be did on Moo day afternoon, flow could I then get it to the other papers io lima for that week T I found it impossible, and tbongh surry that it was so, X could cot help it Jr you and Mr. Dvkabs had reflected a moment, you might have saved yourselves the unpleasant task of making mortifying charge against a neighbor. If you will maart this explanation, I shall be satisfied, od shall not inquire into the propriety or cour. trsy pt treating , professional brother, as I am treated, In this ear. I ,m wDff ,M b. lie arts or words shal be scrutinised , but my being the editor of a r.ewpapr does not Jn.tt, fyUe drtahff'6f all my private act. before Mt poWiov- W. C. HOWELLS. SormumaDiwi o TnnMAnv. We under stand that the present Incumbent, Mr. IIauvrt Pammi, hrt has filled this position so accept ably for several yenrs, nontcmplrtes a withdraw al, and the duty will coiiKrqncntty k-'devolved upon the directors of Dllihg the place with a new man. Tha vacancy will occur on the first of December, but (he directors will no doubt make the appoiutment somewhstin advance of that dale. J ' tlr Pr rn is. 'I bis delicious fruit, though in abnndiince, is thought not to be as finely flavor ed the present year, owing to the tempemte character of the season, and the absence of hot weaOier, as usual Is. The growth, however, is good, and we hive seen more fice specimens, than we commonly meet with in one season. We are indebted for some of these to several of our citizens. Among them, Dvkr Lucas, Mrs. O. Sloan, Mrs. Joim F. GirroRn, and Mrs. Gsono Brown. The measurement of these ran 'from 9 inches down to eight, those of Mr. Sloan having the larger circumference. la ft The brig St. Louie, snys l lie Jieporlrr, is a shore between this port and Erie, a total wreck to Thr Douglas Mr of t his county, met on Saturday last, In convention and modo county nomioulions and ap pointed delegates to their congrestionul convention but the proceedings of the meeting were not given us far publication and we canntt Cud a man of the party in this villsse, if there be one, who has taken interest enough in it to tell who is nominated. So we must "wait for the facts.' Sentinel. B. M. L. Canhkr. of N. York, known to many of our townsmen, died at Galesburg, III., re ceotly. Douolas and Lincoln's debates, a most efTcc tive campaign document, showing the qualities and metal of tho two men by comparison, is published by Follet, Foster & Co., and for sale at Chapman's here, and of Ingham k Brnpg Cleveland. Aside from its political bearings, it is just such a book as any parent should put into the hands of his boy to stimulate him to noble exertions, to honest, sobriety, upright ness aud unconqueruble determination. Trice 35c paper 50 io cloth. 'Also, by the same publishers, compiled by W. D. LiowKi.La, the lives and publio services of Abraham Lincoln and Hanmbal Hamlin, For sale by the same booksellers at 81 lu cloth and paper 25 cents. ot for Dr. Norrisii will be at bia rooms at the Ashtabula House, on Monday next, lOib. for fsf'A dnngerous counterfeit on the Southern Bank of Indiana, has made its appearance. Wide Awake Voeuliet, or Kail Splitter! Song Book Price 10 ceuts, S8 per 100 Postage paid. Published by Messrs. Iughum & Bragg, Cleveland, aud for sale by their agent, J. E. Cii Am an. . -U.101V, all Dry. A Douglas paper in lVew York re turns thanks for a copy of "Covode's Life and Times of James Buchanan" alias the report of the famous investigating committee It says that there are few public men so fortunate ns to have their biographies com piled from official records and sworn state ments. the A- o ed r Sam Houston Seeing but a uicugre shew c votes devoted to his support, and those confiu ed to Lis own State, Las wisely determined to subside, but the forlorn hope thut he has thus declined to lead, bus found a counterpart iu the Gkrrkt Smitiiitks, of New Yerk, who have tuken the field with Mr. Smith at their head and thus keeping good the number of presideu tial candidates. Mr. liRKCXKNumcK, who ulso thongbt of withdrawing from the canvass, hus determined to stand by the gun onto the last, and take the inituitioii of the sume course which his sqnutting competitor has fully entered upon. W hither Mr. Breckenridge will Gnd it cxpedien to follow Douglas' lead, and stump the couutry remains to be seen. Douglas is searching for his mother at the South, where he is muking some inroads ioto the Bieckenridge phalanx, whence ho will go into the West aud Norib- Wesl. The degradation of a presidential can didate taking the stump will be somewhat miti gated by the fact, that neither of these gentle men look for an election, and tho course thus token bas reference only to the leadership of the party, or, in the event of failure to break it down, with the hope of gathering advantage out of its ruins. or the for a i W. C. HOWELLS. New York Market--Sept 4. Floub Sales of 21300 bbls at $5 50 5 60 for superfine stale; 5 755 90 for extra stale; at r r r ' j -uit, oo lor superb ne western; 5 7;)(aj6 On for common to medium extra western; 6 00 6 18 for shipping brands extra round' hoop Ohio. At the opening the market was dull and drooping, but closed a shade firmer with a mod- erute enquiry for export and home cousump HU11. Corn The market ODen verv heavv and lnrv er and closed with a firmer reeling. Sales ore u u tor damaged mixed western ; 6465o for sound do , closing with do sellers below 6566e, aud 68G9 lor white western. Oats Scarce and firmer. Kal.a at .If'iA9o for western and Canadian, and 4142c for state. UoTTKR In trood rennest and apllinir r ! 16o for Ohio. 14lc for state. Chkem Firm wiiu a lair demand, at9llc ui luictiur .u )nuie. ubii O ef C. Miss Miu Miaa Ulta Buffalo Mabkbt. Sept 4 Flour steady without change. Wheat, sides Chicago spriuir at 1.11 U2 ; red Michigan, Indiana and Ohio, 1.17 1 18. "Ilerrick Allen's Gold Medal Saleratns is manufactured entirely different from any other, us chemical purity renders it as harmless as the purest flour, and its use will strengthen weak stomachs and cure dyspeptio persons. Use it with creamtartar instead of soda." Try it. Gro cers ana Urughists sell it . - for will And It ine a cept SPECIAL NOTICES. Ashtabula eo. DcmoaralU Cuvotio. Anparaenafarombla U tba klaetioa flii...i Una, aea raepeetrully tawiiad U aaaambl at tba Coort Honaa anraoii, oa Saturday the tU ot RapUmbar, at 10 o'clock, A. M, Sir tba DurDOaa of outdne U . .ln.il. . r ,. Ticket, to ka BQpporUd at tha a.xnio( Ocb ber ebxtloa ( and 10 PPotnta County Central Commltteeu and to aueh oO, bu.l, u Kmt Wor tUeil. ltubtpalt Om4 OeaumatnUoa .111 k -.a ,w, ,. . ... .,ui wBwa mm let ua 77 . "Wl Cw'MUoa. Tura out, UdiMi a all. and lat .. bar. . . rand tMi tlmt "" Blfned by 10S AaMararvbtak wa emaoot apara tha rooat.) Kept , ISM. nr !. VaW-ao-s Ca.a1J1.TK lttatbebtpuriiaifc,broir.S:i!" ' to tha publla. ' a To wUtea and praaatra the teeth. al . . . . .. -Ill UelMtly raa.o.. I WI 4 otLti :n' aaS laaee the teeth a white ao4 alaar ae paerla. ana, a. It ia enlliely free fioa, all pobnnoue n--.... . . . (Ireo to aa li.kot wilk perfect aafaiy. " " " It la a ealuable article iur eaery laiolly to have la the haoNi a It arlli raiueea uela from tula aad burae iia.ee a . thing kwowa. We 111 rrul It te (Ire aatkiaoUoa amri ewee. rlaa it aeau ymt botua. ' Teik. roeaale h Uamtt Coraujra. .i and neas. will All Me fifty buai eets, public, if X arple, A CarA.TTM miTdMHUf,' tra trtl rhpmW BftrturiT nf ( lipmieal rirllon, FnnTrt Cti(', Kma Pmiri'm, o, frir Ui uwt Tim-iTi ', "" iITnl (fi of chfirjrt Mi !! will nVtr It, 11m "Wl nS 1iiHoiii f,,r m.Uuf .lni, t rfilnhit llmJm. tlmt will. In finni Iwi, to rf,i tint is n-imiTt riiiiilfii, lll"loli", t'rwkln, SnllMwri..., nl all liniurtHr mill nwiiliii"" "f Kill, lnvlr, II, . ntmn Natiue tntrixli 4 It limilcl t"i tnfl, char tmuoth xd btaMtif!. TliU In no Imnihns or enlcli i fniiv llalr, kikI th.i think It men, lll (iiim not no. th 1i.rt.iii.nl. Thn" riVtlrtnfr 1li It'clix1, With full hiatriirtlntia. (tlrftlon and idvltr, will plMM aall oa or ai- (with rtturn nnua.) ' . , Ja. I. lUHsaAM., Ps:TiPt riirairr, MTml o. 82 tit Bulldilml, N. Toik. Uarrlll'a 'larklah l.tnlmf ntTLo ncl for niAklinr thii (ll,rtrl Uiilnirnt w nuUli'nl hv rntl mn wlill tl.tilnn tlio Turkl.h Rinptra. nil Him. h ltned ll in unnn koirra, and to rfmatkahla wtr tl.a rr-a, be fpnHiidi-d to piirrhiwa tli rrli Inr mln It for hla own aw. If nothlnx iww. After rvturnlnf to thin prnn Ire, h mad mux, and tried It In aereral nw of awalllnr. eiita. hnileea. He . and louud it to cure more aneedile tlian anj artirle ever di.Qotered Heeomlne arqualnted with the rentl'nvin, t rmrehawd tba recipe, ami have made and need it with rre"t nereMa. and found one half had nerer been told of iu Intilimie ealne. Kor Itheiiniall.ni, Clilll,lln., l'.ln. In the harli or rheBt, Crampa. Swelle. fore, Hnre throat, Neuralfla, Tootbtclia, or awel lnm. of e.err kind It la warranted to cure. Kor homea evening, aprnlned, rhafed, wlndiralled, etc., It Hie mini ealnaMa medlrlne in toetie. A lare nnrolier of eerllSoalea eould he flven If neoearair, but one trial will atl. Ihe mot akepllral. It ia perfectly are ti Uke Inward, in care, of eianip or colic. J. DLMItlM. : Co, Pron're, WW V3 Maiden Lant, New York. MARRIED. In Conneaut Sept Sin, by a. A. Nah, Mr. rillMd HxlL Miaa CATUAkiAs X. Matko.v, all or Conneaut. In Conneaut, Ana. JSth.by Re. A. Vah, Mr. Jotm n. Hat. pout, of Uan.litua, C. W, takliaa Awua Baowji, of Con. Deaut. In Ihe Chapel of Ihe Ei aiiatllle Seminary Tnlnn, Wla , Jnne With, ly the PreHdent. D. . Kllgore, Mr. Kkik1 K. CoLaaan, foroieily of Anhlabnia, to Mla Lit aia M. Bicitmno. At the AmeHean Hone In JelTerann, Anut jsth, by Thoa. illr-r. J. P. Ml., Km,A HracARsof llartgrOTa, to Mr. O. n mm of YooiiasvlUe, P.. DIED. Id Leaoa, Aog. Bth, Mr. Isaac Rood, aged 78. In t.eno, Aug . 23, Mr. Aauvsta Fowtaa, aged it InOeneea. July. 30. Mrs. Abioail Watiws, U of Tra mo Watkina, Io the ?3d year of bar age. In Aofctlobit-r, Ang. 28th, Klua Ja, eldest daughter of Heory and Piiebe Ui.eell, aged 11 years. T-TOUSK AND LOT FOU SALE. ".'.'"'r 00 r'"iect atreat, 70 or 0 rocla North wetrrmn Ilia buiinem nart of the .in..,, u.i.i i... I. a sandy soil, and well adapted to gardes nurioea. A good ly eaiietv nl fruit true, and bruhbc-iy uoon the aame, and a ynort sointortable dwelling bonne, flni.ned and well calculated the convenience of a family, a g od well nf waler, e., all "' i L""1. mt ,nw "'". r"r caah down, or one-half ea.h, and tha balance iu two equal uuynicota, io nine sud eighteen month. r ' Alao-Almut 2i acrea Und, about one-fourth of mile from Wannl:.gti.n Tarer,,, formerly occupied aa a Bilck ara. 1 be ard being on an elevated rlece or ground above high water mark of A.I.Ubula Creek The Clay iaof a good quality and in abundance; three springs at an elevation ol 70 teet, and aim a email li.lne stream running through It, form ng a ba.ln a" very convenient for brink making. Aleo some Urge Floe, Oak, Hemlock and Maple Trees. Thu eartlDea that I am some acquainted with Brick making and the pemiaea abovs named of ilr. Stmigbton. and the ae coinmodaUona ars not ovsrratcd, aod the clay of the la-at U,I"J' W'a.lIcapHKur. a.urt,I,1l:u',, loiulrsof DR. S. H. FARRIXO TON. In ahtsbulsj or CUA3. STOfGUTO.V. Saybrook Centra. ' "jVJOTICE is hereby (riven thnt nn appli- ."'("""Jhemsdeto the Governor of the Ptete of 'bio, for the psrdnn of RARZII.I.A IIIIMI1NOS, oonvlcted of tt,)."',Xi . "ctober Term of the Court of Common I'lea. the County ot Akl.tl,ula, A I) m and aenUnced at aold Terra for lbs Kriod of Uiras yasrs for laid crime In the Psui tentlary of said Stats. A'lgii't iilat, IRi'O. SwflS7 (KOUKKRY. A new und FplemJii . ,CrnckrrT- ""d Olaaa Wars Al.o a large varis ty or Coal oil Umpi, jU,t received ai,d f..r aie by JuneS, 1880. HEP. WII.LARD. VVTO think wppnn truly srv tlmt we huve tb ilarg.it and moat eitenilve rtock of Goods In tba ann 10 ca.11 paying Customers we can and will offer such Inducementa. aa are worthy nf their consideration. To prompt time cu.tomers we are clad to eitsnd credit, on the moat favorable term.. All who ,1..,-. ,A k... ... place are invited to call, and if not stilled, we have plenty of uruKu, m aoiog ine airreeaoie. aa long money bolda out. KuOT t MnltRISO.V. "3U'TY and WINDOW GLASS. oonatantly oo luuL Best brands of filasa. con. i " 5'j ? stintly on Laud, at the .7 ; I ioe.t ralea, at Bxli HOOT k iloKKISOVS. juaiity. Alao of the Light Blue. Tlioae in'want will do wcU "?? "0(T & Ml IRRISON A LITTLE MORE LIGHT I Some thing new, useful and agreeable, , , IMPERIAL, TAPERS. ' Brn.!n. l"oiit wick, and.eonsuniii.g about one eenU worth (ill .luring Iweuty-four hours Well sdunted to uae In the .,...,. tlftUKlt & COPtl.AND. A-htabula. .fnpe lt. 1RI. jyjV GOODS ! I CHEAT HKDICTIO? IX PRICE . I I I The undtrflgncd lias just teturntd from New York, with NEW STOCK OF MERCII ANDISH. purchased rince the great -Break down" in prices, and ia now prepare! to oiler aplendid tmrgaiua to all of bis liiclids and cuMiuiiers, woo are in want ul f,oiil.. IbaiiLful lor iiaAt favoia. and solicilinea eontln.n same, I pledge my aoid and honor not to be undersold by ........ .v.. , mij .cap utiunv, AabUbula, JuneJI, 'CO c0. WILI.ARD. HARDWARE ami SADDLERY. A full snd complete a-snrtment of Shelf and Heavy c ..bEa wlu uD. ..wit ii, tue oouniv. AUe Sudtilery and Carriuga Triinmincs, sale cheaply CgO. WIIXAR-. JUST RECEIVED at the New York Rook and Fancy Store, nrw lot of rtead Nrtts. Shetland Wool, Zeuber, Nstt eii r iu. i.iuvue, ioruica. Augunt, 1HC0. M. O. PICK. 5iTR AW BERRY PLANTS. Wilson's Albany Seedling Strong; elected new plantv, of thin utnirmie Ttinf.r. witrrmniea uu 10 nmiie, mt duliTereU anr where io th emmtj, if It 00 or more U ordered. - PKICE; $7 pe" 1000, ! for 600, f 1.50 for 100, r 40 et ner often. A raiuction mie if the purclmaer takua ttavtu at tha N. B. Hotbt Peedling, Early Pearlwt, and Paahndr'a, at .ne nrn.vr riea. uiuen ten ma t uii OLLiM will reeeira pnniit attentinn. Ae..natliit Aug. 10. 3m 65 D. fD BOI3. CTRAWL5ERRY PLANTS. Now is the time to set them.- ! have oa hand, at my place of residence, East Ai-btabula, 5000 Strawberry plantn. different varieties, among which are Hovey Seedling, Wilson Seedling, Large Ear ly Scarlet, ic., which I will sell for the truly low tries nf 110 cents tier . 6S.1tfn f'SCAR ;. PRATT Ashtabula Union School. Raw. C. E. Bruce, A. N. SupirinUndmHl. K. Bsrcs, A. M- - rrinclal of Ili.h gchoe bsKAH M. McuooniS-IR, . Assistant in High a eliool S. L. Puns. .... tirammar School A. D. Wi.vcuisTeit, . Intermediate -apartment S. A. Srosa, .... - - - im,. Anns Fokd, .... Aaslstant In Primer's The Scliool ia t Vs to all persons of a suitable are real. line itl.in the Villsm limits, and the " District attached thereto School purposes. Forty weeks coiuutute a year. Terua Ibr pupils from ahm. be Kor Primary per annum, "... a.00 For (irsmmsr 12.00 For Hiirh School . la on pro rata for each terra. Tuition iavaole in advance. All applications for admission te be made to tbtSunarin- tendsut. The Fall Term commences September 3d. 1660. and the Winter Term January 8th, 1S81. ia highly dcairable tbatall pupils ahould beirln at the ooen- of terms. No pupils out of ths villare will be n-rai.eri less period tlian one term, and no deductions fur absence ex in cases oi sicsneasor rS'imvai. I. 1" SIOKKISOS, f-TSffi, j Board ef E A. r . iiuksshu, c ure. b C C.LL.7. Bod.f Edueatlo.. I. U. li lt. F.aaaTT. I 32 THE Subscriber baa atarted In tie Drytn( Baslncss, will devote his unre- mittiue attention to its sneriry and delitv " -.i5-e?'' eniitle him to ashare nf bnaineaa, he hopes to merit It orders fur haulins to and from the Depot, nr ahout the villafre, will be thsnltfully receied and aatiafactorily siecuU d. will be found upon the Koad st ail timee, not neeeasaiil not nerewiily W. H. TEUKV davoied in teat sus leeo. JJARTFORD Fire Iusuranco Company. lucorpornted A. n. 1810 Charter Pernr-ioal Anthoriied Capital , . .$1.00(1,000 Capital Paid in. , , 00 Burplus, over 4J6,tM The renutatioB acquired br thla Company durins ihe laa. years, by sa honorable enures In tbs trenaactina of it. oess, and Uis prompt snd liberal settlement of losses, to gether with the character ef the seen rl lies composing its Ass eniitle the (omnv to the nt-inat eosndsnce of the as aSojding reliable Insurance assinst lias er Damase Fire. i. Q. I AKMIK, Agent. Asaiaoaia, rtornmrj isow. mi PORE WINES und LIQUORS, for Medicinal aae. fiaKi.ia tild Otard and Chseas male and red. Km OnltaadOldJamaka. il id Holland, and Indoa tTbiaries rite. Wuine Old Boorboa thenar MrtHled ptae Moneagahelle aad Eieelatnr WbUsy. Wihs Peri jrdrU, bli.rry Mallan and Clarrstt. Also CLWwba tad feniga Caaipai WUse-ell wwrar'rd ef the pi rest imvV SM sals ky 0tO. WUURO. JROCKKRY & GLASS WARE. A W-ood luwrtmat nf rnmrnm r,in.i tl..- w i I Teaa, lli.cn llow Pitchers, Edged, and C. V. Bakers apples' two atrlea of White llnn.lt. U'.n. r . Mm T11K . , NF.V AMEHICAN CYCLOPSDlA. A Ipulnr Pictlonnrf of Oencrril Knowh ii.j J'' by " f A. Pans, ai l. d by a iiiinie.ou, eel. r.t ,rpa ol will.,, ( , b.auche. ol science, srt, snd literature. I. The ileaign o Tm Niw AarsrtiAw CTrinentA is te furnlek the neat body or Intellisent readers In this coui.tie with a popular Mctiooary of reneral Knowlsdae II ft H rntsi dad that the work .hall lioar aneh a ehsrarter .., ,.. ,.i .,- ni.a. n inonpeti.aws toevsiy Ameri can llnraiy. ntThronghout Its aueeewive vo'umea Txs Krw Axtai i 'i , . , ' r."'"'""'T' """, "logrspliy, tjeog phy. Travels, Chcnnrtiy, MechsniM, Invenliuua, Tradea. In If . II III 1... . . ... ,, ., , mrrrir a rsTsloeue nf barren dales, but seoplona narrall.v. under Ihelr approprltte beads of the pitnelpal events in the annals ol Ihe world. In Oronmpny and E-rnxnionT It will embody all lbs re SI".. i " n'1"'""1 Inveatig.UoD which so brilliantly di.tiiignlrb the pment oraturv. In HlOOSil'HT ! will not nnlw ncont II.. II- r , ncnt In I lie pa.t. I .In devote s larrs space to sketches of .. , " 1 prerj bv willecs who. fiom locality, irsr,nal s,tt,intance. or sei,.l resea-ch, are moat toinpelent to do them complete and unbiased (u.tice. fuUttetlon?r' "'' 'U b'l,'Cl, Wil1 most "- The iKtH sTiiiM. Anrs, and that PssrTicst. Pctrivcg which has an nmiedlate bearing on the necessities of daily lire, such .' iVi f"""". v "'ilallon, ths I If alio, of I um-, Foo.I, .., ..ii i.nniei oi wiiu me thorounbuesi which the grest ImliorUnce demands. v.oTii"h.n71",i,''''i""" 8'"-U H willten, a. fcr sa possible, by dl. lngiii.hed members of the dlllerent denmni- . . . ' " "'nsde Ibeir history and doo tlinea a special study, ' IVr'l!.,.h !",.'N,, ""elllr-nceon every topic baa been nro- curci. an.i ,u. luiuruialiun brought duwn to U.e very day of ruin tin or. In due, nothing baa been left undone to render Tbk Nw I rr J .i L I 'A b"t- " W'M "" recent, worm of is tini ti tfiiisa. 1 - , . " ' ",t"vc wie cngiifiji lanyuag, prior axd ty.Rut or tarn A -MKRICAN CYCLOPEDIA. Thll sort S h. n..kil.li i...... . .. . .... -- e""..".-u uy uumnipuon, 10 llfteen isrge 8vo. vnlume. each eonUining twe-column frgr. Vol umes I. to VII are now ready, Snd rubeeuuent volC will be is sued every two to three months, each paysbie ou delivery. prick : la eitre cloth, per vol sa no In I Ibrnry Leather, per vol., ..... '. i In Half 'I nrkey Minocro, per vol s oa In Half Kuie.la.extn gilt .. ' J In Full Mornaan. antique, silt clgei per io'l!, V.V. 6 00 Also, 111 Monthly purls, (3 iuru io vol.)eitcli 31. n. APPl.ETOV 4 To. Publishers. TIT1C Totiimn. tit k Sll ., . - i J .. I. i7 i . uoscritisri, as rast as Issued, at the Pbhihtr'i Pncr$. A rull advertUing circular will be nent to all who apply -A I orders bv mm . fi-ntn r..i..n.:ki. teuded to. Addir.a. r r ' c. c r.iii t... . .I...,..,- ,. . " , nwniWlll, I'lllO, "1 Sole Agnt for Anblabjla County TNSUKANCE AGENCY. 11. Fassett ASHTABVLA, OHIO, ' la tha authertted Hni.i r.. a.l..i...i. . -...,...,. n,w,.UI. .ui.otv.or ine Hallow ing named Insurance Lomr-nles. which bare compiled will, the laws nl u .In and . . ..tl.-.i. . . . ' tbls - tale -.M.urw, imisaci business lu Itl.ka taken nn Farm .nit i.tj.s v..n, . . . .. , . . " uMKuiuga ana contents, at the lowest rates of rs.pon.ibls cnmnanlea for ens to live vases, snd tin nirtv i vtn.. . r. . ... bosses uonoraoiy aujiulwl and proaiptlr pabl. Home Insurance Company,' ' Cash Capital, all paid In a ooo 000 gurylus, orer City Fire Insurance Compnuy, Or IfKW HATXX, COXX. CaplUl actually paid In il.W.ono 00 Surplus of over X7A,3oo 00 Charter Oak Fire & Marine Insurance Co. IUtlTTOItD, Cosx., JiXCAKT 1, 18J9. Capital actually paid In cash $800,000 0 Prompt attention to applications from anyjiart of tbs county. Tbs uuUcrsigucd is also Agent fbi Uis Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, of Hartford. Conn. the reputation and actual omdiUon of which Is not surpassed by any company in the L'sion. ..... . HKXItr FAS-ETT, Agent. Ashtsbnls, March 12, 1 MP. isj WTo Daguerrians ! E WISH Id CAM. the stteution of sU Dsguerrlan Artists in this section of Uis Countiy to our Largo nnd well selected stock of Material, which hss been purchased direct from the Manufacturing and Importing Houses, Tor Cash ! enable ns to offer you as great a variety, and as at Low Figure0, as any nther Matkat. Our aim l to give entire satisfaction Call and see. HK.MDKY ii COI'ICLANU. pRUIT CANS nnd JARS. Of Tin, Glass, and Liverpool Ware. A large quantity of the best Styles lu Market Geo. C. IltnBArtn. 13 A I NTS ami OILS Roiled find Raw Mowed Oil; Ilr dson P.lver White Lead pure Iu Oil, the very be.t; Niagara White Lead purs in Oil ; New York Pre mium pure In nil ; Ulsck snd Ked lead, I.ilhrsgc, I'mber, Venetisn lled.Chr.ime liieen, I'srlCreen, llsioden Permanent tireen, Vendisrig, Chrome Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Whiting, .lajian Varnish. Copal Varoiih, Chinese Vermilloin, ljkinp Blsck, Spiiils Turpentine, Paint llrtifches. Varnish Brualiea, Sash Druabvs. A cunmlsle assortaient st lloor a MOKRISOX'S. T HAT UUOI) TIME 11A6 COME I LOOK HERE ! H. C. TOMEES ns been Bilnr over his Grocery k Provision Store, and hss made it what Asht ibula has long needed, A Fi st Class Favnly Grocery Store! Re intends to keep everything In his line nf the choicest kind. His goods ahsli be right in every respect. Ta will always And at bia store XXX. XX and single X flour, with price to correspond to the quality. Hams of his own enrslDg; also Pork purchased by himself, and warranted Corn-fed. Alun, all other kind nf Provisions snd Groceries, together with horse feed, Oats and Corn. lie keeps an aaaortinent of Oils and Paints; alao, Kails and Hardware, c tc. Coal and Cat ion Oils, and COAL OIL LAMPS ! will be found at his store, of sll prices and qualities. In short, he intends to supply the wants of the people, and is buuud to keep up with the Uinea. He hss lived in Ashtabula about Id years, and hss been en gaged in tbeflrocery hurinea for the Isat ft yours, and the knowledge he baa ac.nired of the wants of the feople, and of the buaiuea in which he bas been engsged, enables him to .Maintain a Store and Goode, just sdapted to their wsnts. To do so, is his highest ambition, aud he will leave no slli.it uiiUicd to satisfy aud please his customers He nenpeetfully solicits a share of the patronage of hts fel low cttueui. II. C. To hues. Ashtabula, April IS. 1800. He is ihe Ageut for the sale of all kinds of AI.E. Also G. F. . add's Agent for the ssls of L1JVSEED OIL. by the bhl. Price to correspond with Cleveland and CIncin hu (uaraeie. 13AINTS, OILS, A-a300 frnl. Linseed . Oil 100 gallons Sperm Oil 100 rallons Tsnne.s Oil 80 gallons lard Oil V) gallons l.unsr nil 400 gallons Chal Oil 100 gallons Spirits Turpentine Q gallons limning Fluid 40 gallona Alcohol, U per oent. m - lb White ld ia Oil :!U00 lbs Miners! Psint M0 tba Ycllowllcl.ru .(! lbs jet Ked 301. ths Puttv in Hlad.iers 60 tha Furniture Varnish In lbs Coach Varuiab 80 tba .lap pan Yarn lab W lbs Heuuir VaruUh. Aiao, Ctirom Green. Paris Green, Hampcen Green, Chrome Yellow, Ked Lead, Itlack lead. I.ithnre, Indian He-i. Chinese Vermillion, liorv Ulack. Whitiiur, aud a large assortment nf Artists Colors, lor rale by GKO. W IIU. AUD. 0 ARTETINGS, kr A fair hssoi tnipnt ot Carpets snd Floor Oil Cloths, direct from the Man faeturers. Aim, Chinese Matting, Drugget, he, for sale Ii June 3, isou. liPt). WII.I.A TREE BUYERS- -Look Here 1 J,000 Apple Tree, 1,000 Peach Tress, . 1,000 Pear Trees, 1,000 Cherry Trees, 10,000 Strawberry Plants, . 14,000 Grape Tinea, 11.000 Raspberries, Gooseberries, and Carruta, . It.OO Uwtaa Blackberries, te., is, e. Ia hot everything la the aerssry line saa be pros. red 26 te 100 per eent cheaper at the PAINESVILLE JfTRSERIES, than joe can bay of s gents freat eastera er any other nurs eries. Besides being better adapted la yoar toil and climate, and consequently wortb from 100 to 400 per cent, more to yoo, than Trees delivered by agents. fJT Kemember, "A penny saved Is as fwd aa two earned," end aall on as bsfore firing order to Tree Tenders. terrt Harrison. Pslneerills, Jess 5th, So. m DUUUS -nd MEDICINES. George Wlllard kas joet received fieia N'sw York a freeksor if ef Drugs aad Medicines, Cbemleala. Peifuaiery, Palais, Mis and bye BxiA, wblcA will U aofd ea the Met rseaoo- ! Tubs Jus t, I it. taw CTri.op.niA ivlil prr-nt a fund of accurate and copious Information on Hclenee, Art, Li'f lalure, I'bilusopby, liellirlon rollllca. Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactuiea, !, en- ra- JEW Store and New Goods TTIKR A COI.LIXB, Take this method of Informing tlielr friends and tha public, mat wiey are aow setuea in tiietr , . , New fctrre, in Bmitli's Dlock, two doors North pf the Fhk House, snd sdioln Wells Jk Fsmkner's, where ihey wiay be foaod at all buslosss hours, reavy wna a very Lfirg nd Splendid Stock of Qoodi, which for variety, style and beauty, cannot be surpassed la iue tuwn In the Dry Goods line csa be fcraad Ibe best mskes si.d newest Pattemg of Ctnlle- nien's goods. In Cloth. , Crtsinierf, Summpr StulTd, Ac, rrem Ssren Dollars te one Shilling per yard. Ill the Lnili. Deportment, we have all that la dcairable. In the way of . " llich Colored and Uliick 8ilk," 1 ' Durk a ml I.igl,t I-'oulurd, Morceline, Ac. Mnsling, Clmllas, Oigaiidifg, I'oplinm '. Barepes, Tarletlne, Figured, Bared and Plain Cambrlea, aod many other nice aud pretty things for l.'reaaes, aod a cnirplete stock of Ulov?, Mitta, lloBirry, Linen, Cambric, Silk Ilniii1k.r.liii'l, Kmbroideiies, 4o. , A large and elegant Slock of Klibwls, Turasoln, Umbrt'Ilit.a, Sluker Ilooda, ami Hoop Skirts, or the best kinds and very Cheap, together with Flannel., Ticking, Denims, and a Inrge Stock of I)oin.ii., of Superior quulity. , In our Grocery Department we are well atocked. ai d for quality and price, weespeette comjiare hvorabl with our neighbors. Ia Crockery we here taken great pains In select a beautiful Pstlsra aod ganeial nsaortmeot of nice ware. Io Knotg und Sliocs. Wooden Wnrc, Stone Ware, Farming Tool?, Noilp, Qlagg, Putty, Codfish, Mackerel, and many other Uilnga, we have a Ml aupply. All the above Good were purcbaned with great care, and e-wcial reference to the wants nf the people of thla vicinltv W e U.inb our tieilitlaa equal to others for buying cheap, aod we also think ourselves Ui BORE ambitious for large Liolita tiisn others. Aa is well understood and acknowledged, all our Goods ate of the licet ijualily and perfect, and we pinnilte to sell Goods for l sr.h, or to prompt Toor or sii nionlhs customers as low as possible, and make a living by the tiade. We shall receive mnl kinds ol Produce st the highest mar ket p.lces, and rhall Inks rent pleaaure in showing Goods, and doing all those tliinire which good, reliable, stralght-lbr-ward meichants ought to do. TYLER b COLLINS. A'hlahnls, Use J, 10. ROBERTS' ElGIITII Scnii annnnI Clenring out Sale. ON AM) AFTKR MONDAY, JULY 16tli, 18C0,' untU further notice, I will sell Good Fast Colored Prints, at 9 cl s yard Abo, my entire stack ef DRESS GOODS, at gruutly reduced prices, Youcanbtij LAWNS nnd MUSLINS, at your owa prices. You can tuy CHALLIS oud DELAINES Very Low. You can buy MOHAIRS aad TOPLINS, at a great reduction. ; Yoo can buy Brilliuuts aud French 1'riula, Cbcstp t Yon can hoy Puruoli at Cott. You cao boy SHAWLS and MANTILLAS, (whst few I have teft.) oa Cheap as dirt) You can buy almost anything I hare got to sen, si a itsr'e discount. Tcrmst t : : Cash. Edw. H. Roberts, Ko. 1, risk's Block, Ueia st, AahUbula, Obis. rfT -dTVV' 1 ;3?4i . ' ai. - l 4:Ui a I MA J I M U MX ..- ' MlkV Kn;t.x' ' - ' GH0CER1ES CHEAP FOK CASH. Hl'OAKM A large stock, consisting of Crushed, Granulated, Powdered I.oel, P. rl , and N. O. (Sugars. r YKISPS, c New York Sugar Hnaas, Ksw Orlsaaa, aud Cincionali Syrup, P. K, and W. Molassss. TEAS tireea aud B task all grades. Cut .KK-4)ld Java. LaguliO and hie Ckiffee both in tbt Bsaa and fre.h grwund. TiiBACO Ileal aid Tlrgrnta Ping, Pine Cbt, Ppantah Smoking. Ommoa . avking la paper s loose. dlerenl brands. KAi.KKAl Lrl Herrtcb Allen's Orrfd Medal Haleratns, De land's C'bendesd 1-alViwli.a. peLsud's Sne e cnari - Saieratus. Also lenpes, S4ee, Ci--ia, CI neve, hatmegs, etareh, Rioe, Pigs, haleina. Iamus, pipes Cigars. OCkh. White Kleb, Hacks, a I. Pf.isrr, -mot, Lead, 8rm caudles, Adaa-us-tleeeaadies, tsartne aaodles, TsIJetrsaadlee, aad every Uilug is sue graoery Uue, hM sale by Jose S, tkO. 610. vTTLUIUs. N A RE fiow prepared to furiMbh ALL who is. are In want of ' ' ' I i cjLsOTlxircro , of alt qnalltlea and sliea, at Price steam. t laie, Indeed, we expect aa IlKKKTOFOKS, te furnisb Good Garment Cheaper tkas csa be found slsewbere. IT ksve , ALL STYLES OF GOODS, i Beady iade, iV Men, Youth and Boys. And la addition wa have aa l-xlenaiva Stock of CLOTHS AKD TIUMMINCB, tlist cannot Ml to please seen fhe most parte. ilar, which w are prepared to manufacture io the best taste and style. The custom department Is uudcr the charge of - EDW. HOWELL, whose long experience and success In Tailoring need ao eon Bient. We assure all who way give as a trial of E.ntirj Satisfactiow. . Ths success In this department the psst winter, gives or entire eoiifl.ience of our ability to meet the wants of an sp precis ling public IVi bsve a full stock of lists, Cops, nnd Fumiiihing Gooda, Umbrellas, Rubber Oil-cloth Coats, 4 pants, - Hot iery and Clove. Trotiks, Valises, Carpet and Enameled Bags, . In short all Goods fot Men, Youth, and Boy's Apparel, except I ell mud Aeas, Aic it a trait by itttlf. We particularly invite the attention of those lMngln dis tant psrts of the rnutitv. to rive OS a call before nuichaalne elsewhere, confident we can make it an object for Uiem lo du so. Crateful for the liberal patronage of the past, ear endeavor .w pivaae auiui osver oe less. Brigham & Co. Ashtabols. Aprtl 10, lMO. t'EKMAENT IIXTUKE. , A. A. Thayer bas opened a splendid su'te of rooms over J. t. Kotwrtson's store, with tlie intention of sUvlng arty years, ta give tbe peojle of Ashtabula and Coo n't V all around, sonic of thwat KICK PICTUU1U be ia aa wont ta Uka. Yaa, 1 tatead te keep a FIRST CLASS ROOM, ,- - and do alt kinds of work, from the lowest price my, tn bua- areos o aouara. 1 uai new aau apieadia sty is er piotures THE PHOTOGRAriT, , 1 . ..... takea here, a permanent and beautlM ana Old pictures pe tvgraphed, enlarged to life sice, and colored in oil 11 desired. I shall make It my study to pleaas niy sustomers, and keep -p .1111 in. .lilies. I Invite the attention of my meny friends and acquaintances inrouguvui ie euuuty w ihstsk s Kouas, to get The Beautilul Picture yoo want ! and to all I say "Come and See. Aib tabula, March. 1 a,")- A. A. THATEtt. 630 GLOV Eh, Ho.iF.RT and Ribbons Lisle Thread. Kid, Cotton and Chaahmem Olnves; Black. While and Slate colored Hose for Ladies and Misses; Boys and Men's cotton half Hnee. Honnet Kihbona. Taffeta, black, while and colored Ftlbbona, Press THmndngs, Tsssells and Buttons, lsue Veils, brown, blue snd green Hcrvgea, black and colored Silk Fringes, Silk aud Lluuu Wrings. Sold cheap by Root & MoBRraox. NEW- Entrland Fire and Marine Insu nnce Company Hartfonl, Connecticut. Cash Capital, f-TI0,0a0 Cash Ais-li, Jsnuary 1, 1860, $JS,617 02. Although this eomnauy is yoiing.lt presents a record for soundness, promptness and liberality, for an opening success which i snsled by few. It Isentirsiv reliaWe and its terms of inaurance fair and liberal. JAEEd REED, Ag't. Ashtabula, Kcb. WOO. IKD CAGES An entirely new and One aaaortinent, at CIIAPMAVS. Closing Out Sale or SPUING Si. STJIMMER GOODS 1 AT Cost I Cost I Coat 1 Cost I as 6MITH Sl LOCKWOOD, ASriTADlLA. :0: . dh V. take this eppertaalty ta tnfena tbelt t custetners and tha psblie generally, that their O- ' wartnsrskip sssrsrse ea t jind day ef wwst seat, 4 will it nmtimmti assM aa. 1st, 1M1, fcr ths par peee ef Closing Oat tat Entira Stack of G tods, Mr. I. 1 sea tea himself la KeV Tork es tie 1st ef . eytseiker, afbar whish Mae Mr. L. HALL wl ksra . . i aaarge ef the sieai-g eat aad settiiaf ap the bastaees ef the Irm. fhirink- this Urns such feeds will be "added as may ba issssaiy ss Sacilitats the sale ef those oa hand. " ' TO THE LADIES I i I have just received ft-fall j assortment "o1 fmiCEI.txtracUndPsrftunaileaaft.llnwsi ' ' Kvtraet Muak. ttraet 1 .. Estrmet slagnnH E tract Patcheuler, street Htrawberry, r.ltraot Jockey Club. Eitract Veellla. Eitrrst West End, Extract Ptueappl Etret New Mown Hey. . Pnm-de I .!. . .. i. . . , , : , , - swi on nig itnaeoil Udles ar titles sxpreeeij deeigaed ta please the "DOOTS & RIIOES-Aa frood ao arserU " -e m saoiar.ua t oaniy, ai d or the tT,' lH'r- Men-s Sne calf shoes at twsive shUlivye ; Men s Browns at Ua shillings! Ladies'. Sua OeKsrs shssd all roand at Ave sl.lilinr t Ct I drens r-hoes, sll utiles "and srUxs toeorvespond; LeW See Morocoo heeled Is re booted, at -.i-imrri- e naee everything in mat rtn even te a pa'rs oi Saw Beet scael! e wflch w will sell at lean tbsa tvi toi sash. JtOOT 4 M'.WUOK. ( : "Tba Poets and Herbs thai! be for the hallnsf the Mwa Hooa,-iIuLf Ware. '": Ota, t. Morrlsh, s-iv; !"' . f fllesrd, Pa. .. .. rriIE E-vGLLSIl KUOT 0CT0H. !! be lw.lilr duelof 1800, Hthe Ibilowfiig p.seeai Rast . prlnc a KeltVs, IsftewibM 4k " ' I "", leana )t. Conneaut, Blake's Conneaut, y., standolpfc'g Kli.gavtlle, a-rllne'. as Kb ltUa Aah'abilla. '" I Aahtahsla St. f.eneva, Geneva Moose, ' ta Cleveland tnm September 12tb to Uik. trie, UStk te tUu. Female demngerienta of every kind are treses rw,si f-Hs by botanical remedies. wlU.ee; the nee of Itiistere mi irmttm ar other dwletertoive dnig. Tl.s Knot Doctor eanecisltr Invitee all nrTertng aw4etCb,a. e d,ea.'TS of any kind to give him a osll; bis sweeeesfsl tresa ment nf Cancers, Fever Sores, Pelt Rhbnm, - crofrfla, Bi.Srsey, iCrvsipelaa, Ilmney, Xhsumstinu, k , Is toe well kawa ta need any eomment berg. .. vi.tn9VeVMwivrrvKMiia. H. II. The Root Doctor's Dandelloa Pills ara tba remedy km.we lor I I Iver Com r fmplslrit dyspepsia, llewtfacbe, ss. FUESII CJUOCJ-PlEai ; . r, Islmll receive direot from New York, la a law days, a fresh and well ssleoted aasnrtaeert od runs ana urocenoa, suco aa Oranges, Pigs, lmana. i KngliahCurrvfita. ' - Pres'ed 1 Itrwn, 1 ess, , i Kaisina, Tews Portorts S Kgw OriMhe itrrma ugars Alan, Cniabed, PowdeswL and Oraaulated liedoed Hngara, Pepyee, ipacw, Cinnamon, alovoe, einnaiuon bwda, 4 Mwtiuega and Mace, ludiga harsh, galeeata ' Ginger, Tob-eeo. 8oap aad Candlsa. V wa " ill also Ar at my store riour, fish,' Pork, llama, dried ayiplea, Peaches a Black berries. Alao painte A ail - ' ' nails and hardware, Bey thee ,. I arid iinathee, rerta, . ' " hhovels, Hoes aad . " t Rases, p ! c, ko- and In short everything nsnally found la s Grocery, Teed and Provision state, AU of whisk Ml) ka aaid at a MaawmebM advance froia sosu U. C TOMMEA.' AahUbnla. (Ililn. innm . lass, 44a GKOCERIES Of the best quality and at low prices. The best Georgia Banks CodAah Pugars, Teas, foilee, Molasee, hloe, Kaisina, In bases, -vdt, besides lota ef oUisr good things, at 1 ' ltoor & MoRRison'a. TRON, STEEL and NAILS Flat Bar X Swedes Iron, H, X,aod K aqaasa Swedse Iron, tae beat In tne world tor Otsg taetbt Hest Mrrwegtaa Mali Hods, a and Urge round Iron, from X inch no to 2K Incbt Band and Hoop Iron of all wblths, swedged snd half rouud 1 -.una. Axles, ana Asia utts; lama aw spnoga. Tbe best of Nails, Parker Mill msnuf.eture, kneera tWesgfc all tbe country a the bsit, by the pound er kag. ROOT A MoKBIgOrt. TRODUCE and PROVISIONS Park -a- of our own iMekiBg, at retail or by tha Pie ere.. Cat la the Kar. White Beaua by Ui Roidiel, sen be Ssaad at ItOOT X MOBHt-ON a. B UTTER WANTED, r Th biirbea nisrket priaa WU1 be paid ibr Better, la exchange Sag Goods, by KOUT MOKHuSD.-c. A FULL and eomplete awortraent of DRESS GOODS, aaiobg which ara CnaUl Delifa. JJualln eLalna, ton lard, Ci-llla, Lawns. Borwgea, Poll Ua Cheore, Plaids. Mourning Lawas and Chsllla, Blsak aad k'aaa Silks, some splendid patterns and very low. Can be found at BofiT at MOfiniSOW. S'.-- AKV7 ANO . -- ' - U AIMER DRESS GOODS Of ererr description, now being Opened. Lower prim than ever. , June 3d, 10. 010. WII.I.ARI). : rEO, WILLARD has a tusot of lara usorte Summer Cloaks and Mantillas, - ; for ssls eery cheap. June 3rd, lgaa. finn I lores of Coeheco, Alernmack and CfKJXJ otbsrCsUcoa, tor sale eery low, by June 3, 1680. eg.. WH.LaBJX GEO. WILLARD has ft fine assortment of Drews Trtrnnlnn. Embroideries. Ia fts -!. Oemls, Hosiery, Silk. Laos aud Cultoo UaDdkerHiUlb. Pa. solUmbreUas, c. , Jane Jrd, 18W. DOMESTIC GOODS Heavy and lltfh. Cotton Cloths. Cotton Tama, -attlnwa. Tlekln-s. Bienk. sd Cctrens, very wide, at one shilling per yard. Insulins. Summer Psntsloons stuffs, both iinea and wutton, SpaxilsU mmvu .w. uhiuiuvt vuais, a new aoo aewntote snicie. at , Root A Moaai-ow'-. Pe rreat Watckss, o e J. Warner, and Fredr. Marshall, of London, tnsurpsssed for Time aad Durability, having re eelred the spprounlon of tts Hovel Polytechnic Institute I-ondon. Prices at Retail froa $100 ta $3M. The trade sw- alied on liberal terms. - Diamonds, and Fins Jewelry, constantly ea hand at whole "de, . W.SVBKTaON SMITH, f40 Ka. 1 Maidea L-oe, M. TV LETTER PAPER Call and jret som ef that BUPEKIOB srUcto ef UTTER f APEB e4 EXTELOrSS, Cheap at J. r CnArvAn Keer Tork Dry Oaada aad Variety Store. ' LADIES, I have a fiuo stock of Bnj;! Ne'ts. ...... M. a. PICK. DISCONTINUED. D. Phillips, and N. Phfillpe, having dleono tinned the Boot sad Ehoo business at AahUbuUt, and being desirous ta close up their old sceoeut. iu that line, have placed the same in the hands of the uudertlgad Ibr collection. Tlieieforw. those indebted to Mild I), k N. Phillips on Boat and (Shoes aoaount, will pleaae call on the undersigned and nay ap the eaase. as aiahs arrangement therefore, withoatdalay. Apiil 18.18dO. J. Q. FARMER, . PC A Pieces Clioice Ginghams, for sale ly JJ JuaeVUdO EQ. rTB.I.ARO. LUMBERMEN'S EXCHANGE. The sabaertbera hrg leave to inforrn ths citizens of Asfats hula Ceimtv, that they are new receiving a large and avail see sweted stock of treeua, direct from Hm York. OrwejeTlcs an4 PraTtslaaa, .1 w 1 1 ... a . .i , . . . believe we can sell aa good an article at ae lew a prios. as aaf v ... .. nMuiiMiuimi us uiv aura w laormora Tram. n e umrm cousianuy as Sana in suia una,j Flour, Tea, ' Pork, Codca, Hams. Baser. ' . " 8 boa id era. Byrup. VtMWish, Moi Mackerel, Barring, Tohaeea. Soap. tensae Candls Tallow Candle Crac-ers, anis. Vtear. Starch, Rise, ae -. Tegctbar with s nice sslesUop of ury uckmid, Ready - Mado Clothing, Hats and Caps, - Boots and Bhocs, Yankee Notions, etc Also Xalt LUy Forks, Cceop 8 1m vela. Maoure Fork Onus Sythse aad Bam Shovel Boas, . Patent Pail .. Tub . TasbBaard - Cera-Breom Cora Basket Market Basket Mop Handle Weed Bawl And Anally without being tediena ta eesmsrailng fwi ther, we will say we have aliooet every Uiing, aad ai artfcle bee -d Cheap for Cash, or Head Pa. 8n engne one and all, fcr we charge Bet-lag "exhibiting. Te wUI take Wheat, Corn, Oats, Batter, Epg and Goob trj Produce general), at market prices, la Ciehange for Good H e will pay tbehigbsat market price ia Cash,' tmt fmmt " .'---. Ash Lnmber, - . . . ...'... -- e. . fraa 1 te 4 lashes thick, 1! la IS seat loaf. : Poplar Lumber., , , H Inch, IS to tS laehae id It reel Ue 4 4 do . . ., . a . ." , S A d inch riank, do ea 1 t3T Don't forget to sail at ' ' t ' t " 1 t .1 ' ixll No. 1, Mechanic's Row, Ashtabula. UkeU W lllUaaa. Ashtabul Anril IMA. N 0T USED .UP YET I Taftnyh otiva for ihnr pino ai hittsTttft, pt land it A LARGE 'AND FINJ. STOCK FANOY ; VAIUETY 0001)3 I A? VIS T Kew Torlt Variety Ster, ' i . . ... ... ... . .. . i awsha fhe alaea. reaw 1 Pcera -oath at tha AateW Bank, aa IU tegs tUa mt fse.,J4.