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BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. The first guow of Ibe season to speakif, leu on Sunday nigb,t lost. The fleecy cot cring In which we found old mother earth wrapped on Monde? morniog, prorcd pn mcasurmcni to be just 6 Inches. Cutters nd bob sleds have since been turning it to account, bpt the weather has not been pro pitops for its continuance The ambition of our friend of the Girard Unicn for the distinction of a quip, is in tin way, so for as we can see, unworthy of him, and excrpt in a single particular, is in a fair way to be successfully gratiGrd. The fail re to make the point oimid at, discovera ble, is a more or less common fault to all young writers, but a little perseverance will soon overcomo that, it is hoped, and give mm iue power 01 not only conceiving an Jdea plainly enough to his own nvnd, but also, ol giving expression to It for the ben efit of others. Such littlo matters as criti cism, and the discriminations of style, are iniouive the common gift of all writers, but, like the proportions of one of the insect tribe, which are said to be irreatcst at birth, their more dashing development is louna the most common in writers of com paratively little experience. . The vupid.ob o.ete notions about the amenities of life, prfetsionul cr otherwise, we are hnppy to see, ore no clogs tp progress in his case, so mat ins lutiirc Is very for from being with out promise. The State of Ohio, ns represented by Aon Dolsn.vj Ihnry Sheldon, in which our pommnuity has heretofjre taken some inter f3'. flEf? wm'cn was sent np on recognizance by Justico Ilolbrook to the Com. Tlcus, where, after a true bill had been found by i In grand jury, it was assigned for triul onWcf nesday of the present week. Tie defend ant was present after, the weary journey from New York ; t'bo pounsel and witness es for the State were getting ready for n trip to Jefferson, but while this was trunf piring, the StBte of plip, in the person of Ann Dolun, was quietly and unostentatious Jy wending its way to the depot to tuke the earliest train, in i he opposite dine tion, with as gossip hath it $200 nest ling snugly and securely in its palpitating bosom, or it may be, luid as a plaster upon the lancerations in tliot particular neigh borhood. If the latter hypothesis be he true one, we snpposo we slmll ever be Jeft oggravatingly in the dark as to whose ogilo and skillful finders it was the made the application. The expedient, how ever is ingeuius credituble enough, tv'pu i it were divided among all the parties in iu terest, and certainly iffident cnongh to at test the professional ability of a score of practitioners. The case of course fulls to flic ground, ibis we suppose, id all well enough if the Slate of Ohio iir the person of Ann Dolanjiad not improved upon the slip pery lesson taught her, while pocketing the spondulies, to tarn ber back upou her old friends all her pecuniary obligations to them at the same time, leav'ng the 200 pure k simpic simple aiiKe or counsel tees, doc pr's bills, k so forth. Well enough, we snv. because the dignity of the State of phio r-gatnst which the offence had been commit ted was appeased and satisfied, in the person of Ann Dolun, by th payment of iue jzpo aforesaid, iso indeujnity for this is needed. Ann's hasty steps and pulpit at ing heart are a snfficcnt guoran'y. To be sure, the State of Ohio, will have no re course for the costs and expenses thus fa incurred. But the State of Ohio has no soul, and its purse is fair game for plunder. Thy n.wji.o will suy that the defendant who, iu addition to the pin-money of Ann Dolan has two or three hungry luwyers to satisfy, besides traveling expenses, and other inci dentals likely to amount in the oggrrgate to near $500, to say nothing of all the mor tification and vexation injured has not offered pnnishmcii enough for an nnpre meditated act committed under excitement ? The ojjy party suffering very seriously, then is the counspl for the prosecution. Ho is deprived of a good fat ease, vfycre the fees would have been comfortable in a high de grce, which is bad enough certainly, but what is harder fo beor, the joke, and the infernal snicker which it provokes. This, however, is somewhat assuaged by the eclat of the examination, which may be looked bock upon with uoaloycd pleasure & relief. We may all join in the laugh with restored good nature, siip as usual our regular piorn ing beverage with all jts lacteal richness and comfort, aud bid the world jog on a ga'n until something else turns up, rejoicing that an additional socedncss has now been thrown nrouud the aegis of law, the hallow ed palladium of human rights. I bo counsel arranged for the triuf of the case, was Cook and warmer for the prose cution, and Booth and Sherman for deleiice, a very discreet and faultless arrrncment'. ' ' . " ' 4. 'I 1. ' .1 " 1.7" surely. The digniCcd and gaurded smile that was graduated from the bench down to the broad guffaw of the less guarded neophyte, of the bar, which could have been seen upon the diffusion of this piece of information iu tne court room, we 'woujd have given our old summer hat to witness. Vive Tit bagatelle J Our friends of the Cleveland Herald and lov. Tod, are a little by the ear's, and the Gov. being the president of he phoning load, is indikcreet and foolidb enough to attempt, 0 fiir as that line is concerned, tinnatiopf , w Bp on lue Q(j "f criticism of the .oti of the government aud ... .,., oy me iieigid by which it be vaiuu to me charge or giyinK aid a comfort to our e,ne. yf9 ,re sorry i ace a a.o go out of his way fo. grstoftouslV . donkey of hml! Such fDt,tie m tricks with a little brief authority, wilt help tha Qov. to dispose of some of that surplus stock of popularity which whirled him into the gubernatorial chair, and show Mm the folly of attempting mora than is either con venient or meet. . FovnTEKNTii Artillery O. V. This splendid Battery, commanded by J. B. Borrows, Is being increased to 19 gnns. Tho.o desiring tq serve their country In this most desirable branch of the service, can now havo an opportunity. The Battery Is at Camp Dennison.whero it will be fully equip, ped and prepared for service, we understand that the officers are to bo choicn from the ranks. E. C. Miller, of Austiubnrg, and other.', are now in the county to obtnin volunteers. Sentinel. Flag Presentation. A splendid stnm of colors were to have been presented to the 29ih Rcgt. at Jefferson, on Wednesday. Parson Browulow, by Thursday' news, wns in the mounluins of Tennessee with a union force numbering about 3,000. The i'urson af ter the experience bo bag had In persecution may prove a tartar to his persecutors. The 6th Ci valry Regiment encamped at War ren is progressing flnely, their organization and election took ploce on Wednesday unt, the uni forms and clothing have been mpplied to the Ri'gimcot. We expect to ollude to this subject ogain wbeu we have more time and room to devote to i Farm, k AIech. Association. At the meeting of the Board on the 23d Inst, the following Premiums were awurded : Firtt premium to P. M. purling, for farm of 55 acres. Fiist Picmium !o George Hall, for orna mental yard. Fina Premium to C. Q. Culkins for ve getable garden. rirst Premium to James Phillips for O- Mige Orange hedge. Sucoud Premium to T. S. Strong for O- sage Orange hedge. First .Premium to P. S, Sweet for on acre of gourd seed Corn 154 but-huls ears. Second Picmium 'to P. M. Darling for an acre of 12 rowed Corn 153 bush. ears. Second Premium to P. M. Durling for two and three quarter acres Ba-i ley 30 1-2 bushels per acre. first Pieiniuii to Einoiy Luce for 1 4 acre of Sorghum, yielding 175 gulls Syrup per ucre. Persons to whom I)!pomas were award ed, will find ihem ut the cilice of lhe Treas ' ' G CALKINS, Secretary. are requested by our better half, who bus 'fallen occasionally f late under tlie care ot Conductor Murray, to make hi-i virtues a little more extensively known by u becoming notice. We suppose this is hardly necessary for every body travels in these days of railroads, and no one has ever truveUd n the Lake Sbor without mal i ig tho discovery ihat he is tbo Prince tf J inductors aud gemlemuu. It is uot, theic lore necistary to say anything about it. Ihree Soi.pieiis fHOT Weekly. A let ter from A. Wogencr, from Camp Herman Richmond, Vu., to his father in Charles ton, found in Fort Wulker, contains the followiug passage : "There is a great want of system in every thing they do here, aud a constant uproar in t lie dilleient regiments. We nave I our neighborhood a battalion of cavalry, Col. OreggV regiment, A Polish brigade 2 Liouuiuua regiments, ana some others whom I have not thought uf inquiring about, who are in a state ot constant insutiordinution In fact, they khoot two or three every week, to kep them quiet. Our men have nothing to do with them, and are kept r ... i i . ii om mingling in me common ncra, ana are therefore universally well thought of." iue iciier enas wun me ioiiowingc.au- tions postscript in pencil ; Yon had better not mention about the insubordination to any ope, for feor the . iinkees might hear pf it, and think we are, or our urniy is, going iq gro-'s. They'll Gnd themselves pi'ghtily mistaken. What makes them wild is their want of a fight. - The Pnyton Journal of Saturday says : Gen. Robert p. ScheiK'k arrived here from Western Virginia. He came home by or der of his physician to recruit hi? heajth. Relioion in the Fleet A private let ter from one of our ships in the Gulfsciuad- ron gives welcome intelligence of a good religious impression prpvailing in the flout in uie Him oi which I no writer is as ollicer there are services iu the piorniiig and Sun. day-school in the afternoon. "Most of the i fiivero are rtliifiou'sly inclined : our First Lieutenant and Surgeon ore professors' pf religion, ana so ore sopie amon the crew. Meetings We hed during the week as " (II as on Sundays, aiid all are well attended." ' It is reported that the rebels binned Wursavv, Mo., on Wednesday night of lust week to prevent it being used ns Winter quarters. A tr'n 'f 80 wagons and nn escort of 200 men left Sedulia a few days ago for Leavenworth. News came that they were attacked by 500 or fiOjO rebels, and thot tha train vas captured. See AdvurtJaemeiit of WTSO' Nicukaloia Wivi.. In mo ther column. Wheeler Co'l Water Dravrrr Ii oold hr ' (iKiiKOB 0. HUUUAKII. SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR KENT Oier our Ur nlr. Urw mnd v.rr a njee lart liuanui UH IVV1H PIVU liiVBVta npnRicK k pno. C'le-eland Herald The DAILY rvtKINn HER. ALU, made up t 4 p. m., nitj be lmd of Ibe New lloy, or t thlt ofllce, oo lhe arrive! or the AcodnimoUatlon Trtln. Blaueie. A rood ej-artiuent am . .11 nM. -t thii oSlce. ' Mattbewe' Choeclaia Worm n-.-.. i Kererfcll to dc.iroyiod exteriuloaUall klode of lolertlo-I Worm, are perfectly reliable In ell euee, at.il fa euperior ioany end ell of the Fence Worm Cooreeii-. .a V .,) ugee lu U. They my be ta at .11 Uao, vilh p,, A u'". ?"'Uitt N timar'' del.teriou. dru. Mother, .bould alwey. pdrch the en, .w,u..lr children no other. No eetbertie vheterer, Ua.ealr.Ube glren. Eb bo, eouUla. si l)npt u, . ror oj en wufgut. fabr, to BwjldBefc a a J if eis aud Furt Erie, O. W. MARRIED. Id tbi. villoga on Wejlneada, ,uio- ,,iti b Maby Maltbt, all of Ashtabula. In this place on tha 24tn day of Kor. i8t Mis. Out J'oj, to Mr. Ixjifty Ppstais. ? la Trumbull, on tha 4th of Nov. Mrs Ltma. Qoaa, to Mr.MABLOw lloviv. In Trambnll, on the 25th of Oct. MUs Ma ria Graham, to Mr. Uakoolfb 8. Oillktt. . On Thursday avonlng, by Rev. Mr. Bonnar, John Makn, to Miss Mav Aicn NawBiaar, all of Ashtabula. . r" DIED. Iu Franklin N. Y. on the 15th of Nov. Ra ciiel S. wife of Geo. W. Pin miry, of the Vis itor office, sged 28 years. In Lenox on the 21st. of Nov. Maroarrt LArKRTV, aged 58 years. In Lodoga, Montgomery Co. Ind, on tha 22d Inst, Laura M. wife of O. K. Hull, ajted 35 yearn, formerly of this place. TELEGRAPHIC. I Uglily Important From N. York ! Anathcr Great Battle Cn intaetS I INTEND K EXCITEMENT IN ASHTABl'lJl t The ret fie all Fighting for Her rick aJ- Dro't NEW GOODS ! Crowds Hushing to the Field of Strife ! - Having just returned from making oar second Purchase this Fall, we ara now opening the Most Complete and Klegaat Stock of Goods ever brought to this market, aud with lbs test may be found : --- - Jilnck Silkt from 75 cents to $2 per yard. ' Figured liroche Fojiling aomcthing New and Very beautiful. figiirtd, Plain and Fancy Drat Silkt la tost styles iu market. Dt Laincr, a most splendid assortment of the most beautiful ever brought to Ashtabula. Dreft Goods. Kverything new In this line. Prinlt. 10,000 yards Merrimac, Hamilton Spropue and all tho best brands of Prints, small and neat figures such as you allwaye Gnd here. . Shatelt, a fine assortment of all kind, at pri ce that defy competition. ' Hoop Skirtt. Pilea of tbcm from Is to $2. Balmoral Skirtt, a new lot beauties. Zrjjhyr H'orttcd Shetland Wool, all shades aud colors. ladies and Gents kid, worsted and silk, and gauntlets a splendid assortment. Iloodt, both ladies and misses, and nubias. Cloakt and Clonk Cloths for Indies, a variety of styles. Carpett, iugruin, hemp, and oilcloth carpets. Druggets, both woolen and cotton. Uotit'ry, a fine line oPlbeso articles. Flannels, red, gray, blue, orange, wliito and figured. Drawn and Underthirft, ribed and plain, colored aud while. A splendid assortment overcoatings, broad- cloths, doe skiu cassimeres, vesting?, satiuetts, sboeps giays, tweeds and jeans. Domestic Coodt. We have the largest as sortment on the Western lieserve. Cotton yarn, but?, wadding, wick aud twine Tho price we warrant high enongli to please or no sale. Crockery, the largest and most complete as sortment in the county. Coal 0l, lamps, chimneys, brushes, shades and wicks. Best light colored carbon oil at 50 cents per gallon, and every gallon warranted. Groecriet. A full and large assortment of family groceries. Tea, the bc?t in town for a $. Svgarsat all prices ; syrups ; Rio and Java coffees, ginger, rice, cassia, raisins, &c. Boots and Short, a nice assortment. Ladies and Misses Balmoral and all other styles. Men's and boys heavy and light boots. Rubbers. Ladies,' gent's and misses rubber overshoes. Halt and Caps, a fine assortment. ' Buffalo Holes, de. dc. rf-e. 1 : n.en in r-ienangc lor uoous, dried Ap ples, JJiittcr, I',ggs, Tallow, Lard, l'ork. Chest nnt, Hickory Nuts, Rags, most kinds of Grain and iu fact almost anything a farmer has to sell. Wanted in Kxchnnge for Goods, any amount ui mcKory, yjuK, ana nnewood Lumber, Call and get specifications. ' "" If anted in Exchange for Goods, a limited a Remember hard times make low prices. Remember all our goods are bought and paid for iu cash, and sold 'at about the same prices that time buyer? pay. ' ' Remember we sell for ready pay. Remember, that tbo best bargains in town Avriiiciiiucr one 1 nnig rrjpp, na luat IN, we canuot be uiulersold. Don't fail to look at our goods aud prices uciure you oily. UKBR1CK ft JJpo. ' Ashtabula," Nov. P, 1861. ' ' la Relief for tha filleted. - fIl. S. G. CLARK. German Reforni ' ea uripoinie rnyaiclanand Burgeon, (formerly of the Arm of Clark a Gibenu) eaa be coMulud at the following Will be at hia ofllce, Ne. 2 Harden rtreet, CTereland, Clilo , Conneau't,' treniont iluuae,..','. Dee. Aithtubula, t'Uk lluuae, ttu 3d 4th oeneva, L nlon llou.e, . . . ; . , co Alii Centerville, W hetler lluuae,. . . do eth 1'aiue.viue, cowiee iiouw,; . . . no ,th Charge far medicine for on. month, from $1.00 to S2.M. ' " "ia.'S. 'G.' Clark.' : 1 riarlng had Mventeen veara exnerlenee in the nr.HM mt .... .... i.,, ..... miiicu time ii. ua. treaiea wouaana. of pee tienta in ell tWi'iii. of acute aud ehrooi. ili.ea.i will, HnUb alelled auccea. (of which aonie of your friend. or-Heirhbara Ml. iMtifv 1 .nil i. nmn.M.1 Ia mI lUf, .. - ' . - r r i. 'iw mi eii woo mar in. ply. l'ariicubir attenUou will be given to the euro of Coa ai ui'Tiox, aud all diaeaiw. of the iunge and ebeat, IX.pepau. N. rvou. Iliwanea. e'.uial. deraugemeate of every eharaobM Alio wiU oureMdeorc.aad all eruptive dieeaaea of what ever character thvy mav be. He niakea na r eniv..i Balouical reniediot. Xo ealuaiel or other delelerione itruga .'ii uitf.il. .a .. .... .a PerMin. at a dlatanee dealrtne advlae and Undielna win -a a general Uiacription of the appvaranee of the urine, with a correct atatemeut ol the cauae, origia of the ili.en... and a general hiatory of the aymptoua, with name, age, Ae. - nil IKWIUIIUIIU.1111W 111M.I O. UATeCipO W at by i, i , . . . 8. Q. CI.AliK, M. D. ' Cleveland, Oc 1801. . , flannels. ALL )V0OL RED and Grey Twilled Flannel, all wove. Red. White, nine v.n and prluM Klann., at' ' ' 'WoltKlriOK'a BLACK 13ROAD CLOTH from Two Dollar, to all dtjllare per yard, all wove Caadmera rrom aeveoty Sve cents up. Home nf-tbe well known and tried make nf the Mechaulcville Mitla, warranted equal ta anything In the marktf ftir wear an 1 tear. ' " ' J ' 1 H. I,. MORBISOV. THE UKDEUSIQNED have this da fono4 a Co-parioerahip ia the Taouinff and Curryiof Itna.iiAaia '"' ' ander tli iuun ttu) ItU of tN-T CAtl.31.E. will at atl time kevp a doinpUU aMortinant of ' Thej- Boot and Shoe Findings,' French Calf, Kip uiiinK ana 4 opuing bkins, for aale at Wholeaale and BcUli, ae ekeaa a. eaa be eold la tiila Market. ' '. ' W. W, SMITH, jT. W. CAKUS1.K. All pereon. harlne Kolee aa4 AeeounU wiOi ana. are bare. by notified to call aud aaitle wilowil delay, aahtabula, April T. lbttU.' iii W. W. SMITH. CENTS A Gallon for Oil I am J tf no ellhr the beat article of Carbon Coal mi ta thU iiuuket for U erut. by the gallon, lamp, and Urnp ristarea n entile, vaneiy. yaa A riFNItrlY C.LOTH CLOAKS Smith & Gilkey are openiag a apleudid Lot at Laatea Cloth Cloak a. which th.y are aaibtUone to aaeb the 'lad leg eaa. ' Doat hit ecalltmiaedlalely.aeiaeyavlarjiy eeea the light yet TVTISCELANEOUS BOOKS loaned at ? !k!" 6T Vw -a-nt;rf4ft.t K SIS '1 1 1 1 XOOl. JVac Fall Goods! HEUUICK k BROTIIEU Are X Openlef their First Arrival of flood, Tarchased.for tin FALL AND WINTER TRADE. Xrodai O-oodeai-Xiiw Sttim,' enn.l.llnf nit M""?. Wool de Laines, Velonre.. Modenas, Mohair Mixtures, Rroehii Poplins, I-avillas, , Cashmere,, I nnted Persians, De Baiges. Amerlcenpe Lainn, Freneli, Knglisb and American Prints, black Silks Very" Cheap. Fancy Silkt All tbo New 8tyt0-TerT preUy Brocha Sqnsre Thibet Brocha Lon Boy Slate Zephyr -c. oVc. New Patterns, with Udies Cloths all qualities aud shades. More of thoee I'nrarallrletl Hoop Slclrts, MMIryeheep. Ahm, that other reey defdrable article The Cor.et Skirt. awry of which were bought prevlou. to the recent advance in I'rlooe. Cotiea Vnra all S'nmben, Ulack end Fancy Owtmrree, Twirt Jeana, Flannel., I..t and Ho.lery, In great rarlety, lXmble and S,.lit Zephyr, and Shetland WeoL in aUeulora, tedle.-. Iloooa, WW Collars-new etylm, kliwe. Honda, Ladlea'. HandkerehUf. Ku.brolderi..,Drei Bralda, IlreM Outton. end Trltunirnge. Overcoating, VcstingsPantings, &c. cheap. A large Stock of Groceries, Crickrry, Halt, Caps, Hoof., pltoVj'ind 2arpett. Coal Oil and fnwj very low. The ahore Good, were bought exclusively S.r CASH, at the The Ration, of the Market, and win be aold CIIKAf-but for Ready Pay Oaly I rieaae call' and be convinced ol the truth of oar motto fcWe can't be Undersold." Trodec. takea la Exchange lor Good.. IIEHKICK k BRO. A.htakula September, ISnl. 14 ' Ponnets Xew Stvles Jocky Hats, At Very Low Fignre. Ribbons Kew gtyles liolevaids, At Very Low Figores. Flowers Xew Stres Yeomans, At yery Low Figures, ! Lower than ever before reached in Aehtabula. and deling eompetition, here or elseaLere. j. a. WRioiir. TNSUKANCE AGENCY. II. Fassett, X , ASHTARVLA, OHIO, the autherlced Agent for Aahtabula County, ef the follow ing named liaurranee 'Comneniee, whicli htavV eomplied with Ui.law.ol Ohio, and era iu thorjiM lo' ttauaact buainea. la thb State. Slake taken on Farm and detatched bulldinga end eontenta. Uie lowMt rate, nf reeponalbl. eompatilea for on. to Ave yelra, and en property In vlllagea at fair ratea. n villi lated i r.hoDortttilr.'U' Home Ir iijni lated and promptly paid. nsurance Company, Cub Capital, all paid la . . $l,noo,ona irplua, over. . . .13,81 City Fire Insurance Company, or xkw avkx, coax. mlUI aetuallr naid in StSO.mo 00 Inrplea of over l?. (H Prampt attention to application, from any part of the county re. underaignwi u aiao Agent lor tae ' Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, o Hartford. Conn. tbe tepntatinn and actual eondYtion of which U ant aurpaaned eat company in the I'oiOn. " BEKRY FASSETT. Agent. AihUbnla. March 11, lUt. ' 494 e?V S perfect AST; IMiTK. SI'KflKtC and tTjif. EUMATfSM AND MAP ha. .iie lwMn ne.-.U-.l. Aftr-r t-arnaL and iialieut re. eeari'h. IU ta ha. U-eu teiNfnpliaMiiy i' corril. It ia eal.ed - 1 Watson's Neuralgia. King. ATSOM'M VKITKAI.RIA KINO reachi-a the a..nree af lhe trouble, anW'uiai,ea W. 'te,ae frmn Ibe . tern, i Unlike Hie untold nuinlier in.iniini.iu and Kin (irnrnt.one wliii li uu rali' llnii,lalo the aUrftiiw. km Nil bmpary In ih.'lr rnsefa.'eii.rarc. ai l-.i. ..f ...iil,ilul elrtii.i t HTKIKK4 AT TIIK SKAT nf'llii elAnri't. AKRlfera IT, K If. I J JT. fcUAHKAlfce II', and eaiee.o wace b.liiuJ. I STutaea'. !ttmlfl A'ttif tltm re gqjt NR'pyspEpsi., In all tbeir iuemi. ll i. now i ilug relief to Aoe. whu hale born .tifT.-rinr frmn tlie.' iliera.-'a. anil wha rrTHKK-jjrrf.nWla aia. . tSTatsoa'a Neuralgia Kins Ilea rceeirM lhe WlMwl.ik H-tn the hlgheet i"" kis reeard It fONItKKFM. rrH fT. UoraiM Vh ,.qluf a.-eeaa jw inili aii.l rhronlc eirfe, aeeiMatf' Mirk out a eiv,ilerahil bcrena. watiienra ' i1! - ' Watson's Neuralgia King frail but one dollar bMtl. and te, tan i.KJia TIIAS A .1 Ai., . B uyi-i Lit etua es.cta more .i fvacr WATSON'S MK(I:AI.CU riVO l lhe nnlvsrr. fmo AMI ClIRK FOR mil inn 1KD n RK FOR UIIIAru . T -.TISM and NEt Tel, 41 10 1 A that haa Jv law .iiovVVI. 7 t MATHEWS, Vln. V Y .nil Fete. C. W - fcro. WILtASn, Ageut, AaalaWe. M SHira k fe, Ateota.GaTa. KAT(I!f rAatStt k SOU, Ilnpvrt!.. BLANK HOOKS. I will offer at crest, ly lUdaeedPriee ' B ft splendid lot pf lank books, AfTB i.ow ist rKieac roa CASH. Slntlnnery, e figure, eorre.iedlnf with h lierd tlrnee. H.vlog .relied BirMlfofa rare opeoitenlly ef bnyluf tlieej at Ilia lowest figures for cash. . , ," Ali a Sue l of Nollnnn, romprklhe; ercry flilnr In the 1 .ilety Line, to U antd at VS per cent lower rh.ii ever i-old in luwe. Call and rHmine, and be cnnvl.n d ll.at IhU I. m. October J, O. WlilOllT. Famine In Europe. :'.:;;;rSi ;;' '' WHILE the Mor'reTI TarifT, which has been the enue or all nnr N.ilonnl Iroublen. liar lieen frit here, Eutnpe lie. Ml Die wound al the eltust being to ihort croie of Uread S(un, and in cuneueuce, a Great Iliso in Hoots and Shoes all over the United Slates, Kxceptlug Alway and Of Coonre at Lay's Cheap Boot and Shoe Store, where ean be fonnd a eery Urge etoek, O' tiered beSwelW Mm, and which will lie .o'.il lor dull or any kind ol modiice eallr n.ruul It... ' 1 Prices a little' Lower than Ever !' ' Cull nnit A.hubula, OcloUr l.i, 'UL T1I03. I,.Y, Ashtabula Union School. George W. W miiTX, B. Sp,W.rf.t, Cro W. Wait Prluclpnl or Hljrh School, MImSakau M. SriiooKXAKaa, ll. 1 Pu.trra, Mnw H.LAn J Hi'Trniir, MIm Sr.AH Sasphox, . . MIm A.vja 'uk, . . . Airman! In Hlnh School tiraitimar School Intermediate Ivartn.cut - rritnare AMllanl In I'rlniai i The School U i'rrt to all perron r.r . ...it.! i . , wmher"',"",B,i,U,. y"r- T,'m""TrU.from.brld for rrin.ary per annum. - - -.'. KorOraninnr Kor High rirlm.1 - .... 1 Tuition wirab le In advance. . . -. mi iiikh:iiiiuiui iMrauu uition u u nwi . tn u.. c....... The Fall Term commence. lUni.mi. o.i icutf the Wtiiter-T.nii January 6th, lixil. . : ' r It I. highly dep.! ruble that all pnnll. ahonld hejrln at thenpen Ing of Vmi.. No nunil. nut of tile rlllnee wHI he e.lrl m nmi perrou wmn one , ana no oeductinn. rurabeence ex eept ta cakee W'tSktieeira rwnmeal. ' H. I.. MmiRianS, Pref I, J a. t. rim.Aitn, fTere, I STxrnax Hali, Trtmt. 0. C CcLL.r, K Hali H. FA.sirrr, Doard ef E locution, 432 No Compromise ! TnK pRE)IT SYSTEM EURRElJDERKn Arru Goods, for Rendy Pay I T015EHTSO has ju.t returned from h City of New York, with a generou. and Welt Selected Stock of Drir Good.. ti . ... - . 1 1 ii.-f r urocenrt, nals, Cr., Boots and Crockery and Yankee A'otlmis, Shoes, nmigl, .1 tl preeentlw Panic P.lre.. and which - . inthl market ..nt.irtg eW may be round "oTyiXof flood, New Style, Fait eolhierl PWXTS, from S to 10 cent.. oner. 10 ail tiavlne eiitntn.. .1 ..1 1 n ' . JtfitatC '7-.eheaP at 3H now I'll f ... I , 1 I ; , to 'S? J- Berogee formerly aod at 60c, bow (.awrna Heretofore worib ISe, now filing (hr Jr. Illmlayaa, Po)llna,"Cbala, JJdliajrJ De Ujne'; and other Srcrss Goods, at price, much below the price, at which they naualle aell. Alao. a larre a'ocS of Clothe and Nnmn ci nr. and Sheetinga, Ticking., aud Deulma, cheap euough. ' Slllaa I have a large atnckornreaaSUk. which t will ael at price, unnitecdcatedlr low. low' pi.oucli to h.1,,.1.1. .n. one but the buyer. In Oeece.iea. I will ear. that for fhrnra Iimi m r... ik. SO ycara 1 have aold gomla in Aalita' ula.1 am not nngratt4ul, and wonld Mill ejter.d to 11:7 'ilemla the aame lenity aa for merly, butaa It it now, lu the piennt excited atalc of the eouutri linpnaaible to purphaae gooda on credit, M"lrptri.erva tlori comTK'ia ara'to afliint the readv nae iti Tim.. K have niiteA-and umnnti nnriatfi I tni.t war 1 1 1 H.. all ti,. a. every'dollltr' count, in time, like thefe. ' Aa I do not .dvertiae for hnneomh. trlve hie a call and lli.n judge for ynuraeleea of Quality and Pricea. A.nuiouia, aiay XI, inni. J11 1 . KOHKKT?OV. MIIS. W1XSLOW, an rxperiencerl nurse and Female ThyaUUn, prci-eula to the attention of awwiere, uer r . . .. toothing Syrnp, for Children Tcetbing. Vlilcli fremtlr facllltatefith proecni nf teethlnfr, by mftrtthtg tli Runt?; raucins all inflimmMioiu kJU ill all tAix aud ipatunudic action, and i aura T Emulate the Boicet. Detvd a pan It, ninthrp, 11 wU! (five rest to ounwlven, and RtUtf md Htmllh Im tfmtr Ivfamtt. We hart put np and antd th I article fur orer ten ynvrnand ean my In confidence and truth ol it, what we'Jjave never U-en able to nay of any other uiedjchif never hair it failed (ft' a ingle luntance to piTt'U acmpVhen tinK-l utel. Xriid we know airrthtance ii d(sw(tiitfnction by any 'one 1jo use-J It. On the contrary, all are dMigfifed with it dTnlSAnisaud : npeak In tvrpoa of coininendjitiMn nf itn Dilt'irjal' elTfcU and medical T.rtora. We f))euk in thU matter, wtwtt we do know, after ten year" expedience, and pledge our raputatiun tiir the fulfillment of vtint we here declare. In ahnunt every tuKtaui-v where tbe Infant j ulilTeiing from pain and- ehatihth.n, relief wfll be fmmd in dltvfri of tttrtnty ntluutea after the svnijjlK adniinisetered. Thirralutle preparation U the prescription of on of the rnoet xperienkd and -WilUtii nuraea tn Nrr' EuyUud, aud baa been ucd with noter-laiUng nueceaa in Thousands or Cases. It not only relieve the child from pain, but Invlnratcv lhe Mtonweb aud bnwela, eoriectii acidity, and give tone and eu ergy to the whole njntem. It will aintOMt limtaiitrr reliote JiirJing in llic'tlowelM, nnd AVind' Ccilie, and overcome eon vu Mom, which if nut eedll7 remedied, cud in dti. We hrlie ft the bcit and Rurent remnly in I the world, in all canrn of l-yntery and Diarrhea in CliUdrrn, j whether itatlMea fmm Teething, or any otlwr caune. We would way o every Mother who tuia a child futfjrjns; frbpi any ! of the forriroinir coniplaintii, do not let your prejudice, nor 1 the prejudice of other, stand between you and. your ulTer tnjr, child and the reltf Tthat will be urc yc. abViluleJy fre lo follow the ue tH thjf Medicine, it t,u.ely usil. furj dt rectlon foV Uinnf will acenmpnay each bottle. None jrenuiiie unlem tbe fue-Viuillie ef CL'HUS k fUHKlS New Vwrk, t on the ortteftda wft.pHr.' ' v' Kor aale at IIKXDRY k COI'Kf-AXD', AahUbu'a. rrlncipol Offliw, 13 Cedar Street, K. Y.' Pnr only 2ft et per bottle; i-W lu AhtAiula by Cico XV rUrd. tttty Ow iHi4.-A . ,4., 4 , 1- - -, yt , , . ' .,. J., j . PANADA STRAW lf.VTS-30 ilozm Juat reeelveil, and He aale veiy ,heai by T S.'AV'l COIIX in the Ear In the ear, Tor aale at Juo.'lH, IMil. 500 biiblicls oi coi n laXarblip I rril()SE wiel.ii.tr Marble Work of any JL deacripttun can fiud it at ' - " it' . Te Ashtabula Marble Works, (Poll. heal .u all (I4ej) at .. low Hsitri. aa'ran be offered In any other eelahliFliim-nt in tniio. tall and ex.n ii.e aora aul nriee. belon lua be Heve .11 tliat U tiild yon lv an unirinrliiled traieling agent wboae kuAwledge fir niaiLte coiui.le In a few Anita or deaigoe iajarr. v v win ouniicaie an aucu wore, !oth iu style and price, Brief ea enor de-lgne, end let a have a ebanre to nuke 4 let a have a eh . a e' eeraeriea euneralooq. a e 'lIXABn Si IUfcYKS. Aahtabula, March 14, 1SSL NEW Knprland Fire and Marine I aTVuwaw.... XJ.ttnmA aa.Beera.tlOUt. IllaU- rak Aaaeti -fanuwy 1, lftoO, AltluAmh thik t.rV,atiy I young. U praaeu aoniwditoaa, promptwea id libanliiT " tyh .carttau. . w ........ i... ;i '-"jr . ( a reoora mr openin aucotHM -ki,k. rrZ.!T.i ia t.abakltwlr reliakle andlte torme i tea ia eajnaled by fw . . ' ' : I A ICACal liiCKI JAiteWi KJtKLS Aft. Aah'a la, K.O.1S60 The Slate af Ohio, Aahtabala OeaatrM AahtabuUTo-nantp. Welli k Fealkaeri nlaUA " BJDB- d,t4 Daf lui,- Joba Hannea. Jaett a the Peaea, TIIE Defendant will take Notlca, that aa tbedta day ef Oetober. A. 9. Wol. the eatd rhAhV aa tne ei J. . , ii. r Oetober, A..lSSl, ttj ,aS W tr.Ti r.iea,- lP,r4' the aefendeot aaoh.4,and jbaaa. . VdrAu1.Ntfc"l 8TRANED from the snbscrl- i -. it ker abmit the Mth ef Serrf.ro W I.pA, , Two 2 year old Heiferi, ' IoTd.,krea,relIin.n, w1tb tmg keree. f lir-Alen, Strayed from U.. mrucrllr In .ly bet, . V - ' A ncifer Calf, f months oht . . , ;, tb "Hri "x mile WhKe iMuk oa the bal. . " MU?lZ',Jt."! r. ,"f"TTn""l " ""e the .hore deeeHhed A.hl.bula, OeloberOT, 1WI1.' . SIS Lk1.!28' CLOTH-fn'r pioa'kn-Black. 1 'e'ober S. lni. . ,,CT - I ionRi3ors. ' S.nr':,,'n".0f m 7rl"'" eataMe'ef,,,, ". iiie piloiM ajfnln d. r.-rred to runt weeii.i . Tftrk ! Pork!!" ' B 'UJ'V SIOTr i'"' k ' 8 cent, AWon . Wehttrl-tt-Horalic. Bratnard. , "wnMii,. Ai.hUl.oU wiiO,,tt of Ohio . V V a t n n . i ', ' -a. . I J'i, ' , 'X ' September, a d. 18C1 .hmeaetlonlo.lh.. . .a... ' "r ""ininuent in the d..ll.ra. "' TiV ;i. w "If " ll) t esxi: A 1'EIIMANENT F1XTVIIE. . i ' A. A. Thayer hn opened a ajilendld air te or mom over J p nl-.. ore will, the lo'enllon of ataving ' r, , W p- it... .mra vimiiir Bll arouiiO, m W thriM NICK I'IClXliriS he ban wont to Uke. lutei'STn "7" FIRST CLASS llOO M, and do nil kludawf work, fmnr tlie lowcaf price np I ,nn drcda of dolliua. That new and aplenuid .tyle of picturea the rnoToonArn, ;i taken here, a permanent and beautiful one Old picture pho bigniplieil, enlarired to life iae, t,i1 colorerlln oil II deaired. , 1 aliall make it my atuiiy to pleaae my curtomeie. aud keel np with tlie timea. , , I invite the attention of my many Trlenilr and auaiiitnnr tlirougliotit lb. euuuty te luAYfck'e jowaa, o get. i The ISeantitnl Tieture yon want i: .' and to all t any "Com and Fee." A. A. TilATER. March, 1ST.0- I. f Wheeler &. Wilson Machine. evr lmpreTrmrntu, at BtCnetd Prlce'e rT,lIK Wlicclt-r & Wilson Mnmifai'tririnij A Comiainy havli,, gnlue.1 all tl,tr ,iu at lnw wllh ln. fnn-liig nmnnrnrtiirera of Sev.iiiK Maehinea, .rowaH! tliat th. public -ball be Iwnenfted thereby, and have accordinu.li re dura-d the plicea of their l-ewlng Marhlnea. After thla dnti they a ill be aold a. rale, that a ill ay a Mr profit nn tin coat of manufacture, caiilt.vl lnveet( and exieuae of uiakiiu, aalea : anib price, aa will enable Ihem to make drat ela macblriva, aud, a. heretofore, giKimnUe tiiciu iu every uortic ujar. !- ' PRICES I Sa. I Medium, nllh fi'aea Knot and Heinmer. , . . Sfii 01 2 UIjk. ifiiioed) with (liana rout a Heiiuner, Si Ot ' 3 KMrk, (Common) with old Hvnuner, 45 01 " 4 Ijirwe Machine nn I'luin Table, with Hi mmer, 75 " & t 'yliud'T Machine, on plaiu lable, with Heiiuuer, 86 01 Ni-eilleii. iirr 'vlown: j: Emery Wlieela, em.li 2i Mnrkine (lunirea, eWcli.v On, I 'orilera, each 8ta liiuuere, (new and Improved,) each 6oi 1 ' Jame Reed. Agent. AKhtolnilo, Nov. A, 1SS0. BOOTS & &UK6 . T500 '"'pairs rj5wTf nml f hoea, ju.t reoelieiL which I olfor "S tier mm cbeaj er th 11 ha been iohl iu thi tno for ive vi a. Tri him on and aee, ' 1 1 JM1. 1'. ROBEK WON'S. TUK NEW YORK TRIBUNE Xkw Voi.1 iJJ,:770" thu 'lU r 'V The .Vrw York Weekly 1 ribiine commcuced Ui 211 ViUr Ol iU existence ; The Daily Tribune einff aome montLs older, oiid The Semi Weekly Trilvne somen hut voiincer. For moru than 2l v nr. thin iiiuruaW lias labored iu what in rnnrli ctnra nattr ail in po tne catt.ee of liumanity Jutice, anil Fiecduin, eodca'vorins; lo muliurale 1: e con- nuionm me opprCiaeU and unfortunate, lu llou or und'ciic'outuge usi'ful cxeiliouiu nLoievei rijiliere, and i'o piomolo by ull means, the moral intellectual and mulcriul a'dvuiicement of our nation. Jl hug aimed lo be right ratlier than populur, nr.d to cjponse add commend to da) thu truth that others niny not bo willing to ac cept till to-moirow. In pursuing this course, ini.-.tBr.es have (IouOiIcps been mude aud fuulls coinrtiitteJ but', liuving- in ull . thing incited our reuil'Ts to think and judge Tor ihuinselvcH ruthcr III an udopt blindly our own or others conclusions, we believe We mny fairlj claim for this jo'uriiul tlie ' credit Of having qtiuliGud ite readers o detect n nil expose' even it own cr. rors. To develnp tho fnlm'ls'of (he young by the most general, thorough' and pvuctic'ul edu cution, ni.d to entourage ond stimulate Trodue live luduotry, ' (hrougli free grunts of public lunds to octilul' iol tiers and cultivators or the soil, as uls'o VlirouU' the prolectioo of iinina lute or j eculii'ivly exposed branches from too powerful "riiteign competition, are nninng the uitnsto whiuli tliiii journal bus adhered tliruuifli good ntid et'il report, nnd which it steadfastly couiniciiils to American patriotism aud philuu throjy.; " ; ; ; As to the civil war now devastating the coun try, we hold it lo have oiigiuuled in arebellion more wanton, nicked, inexcusable, thuii was ev er before known a rebellion in the interest of the few uguinst tha many -a rebellion designed to raise higher the walls ofcaote aud tighten the chains of oppiession. Having done1 'all" we could without a surrender1 'of vRul'prtnclpla, to avoid this'war" and 'witnessed lhe forbearance meekness and loiig-guOering will) which the fed erargovern:i:cnt siinht to"ave'rt its horror?, we bold it our clear duly, wilti fliut of every otbsr cit'151-n, to siatid by lhe' nation ant! its fairly chosen ru'.eis, and to sicnii'd wilh ull our ener gies their tflorls to uphold lhe Union, the Con stitution, liiid the supremacy of Law. And though Ihe'rebelliun Lus becomp, through usur pation, deception, 'terrorism and spoliation fear fully iliong, we' believe tlie Aniciicun republic fur Wronger, and Jhal the . bQuuimoui earnest efforls ol loyiil hearts and liuuds will insure, it overthrow. ' But in- nil qiiestio:is alTecig tbe nbjei t?, tlie scope, aud dunition of this most ex truoidiiiary coutest, e defer lo llioi-e wlioni the Aiuericun peoile have clothed with aulhuri'y, holdiiig unity of purpose aud of actiou iudii-pcii siblo in tfa gruvu nn emergency. In u fiirji like the present, our columns must be largely enjiiossed wilh the current history of the uar for the Union, und the elucidations of its mote sinking inchleuls. We shall not how ever, remit that ulleuiiou to Literature, to For eign Atl'airs, to Agricultural t'rogress, to fjiops, MarketH, &c. &c. which has already, Ve J'rust; n'un'l'or The Tribune uu 'Vonolablu nositiou a- motig its coleiniioi arii s. Our muiu object is uuusuuii ue to prouuee a coin ireneusive uews paier, from which a careful reader may glean a vivid imd faithful history of tho times, not mere ly in the 'domain of Actiou, but in thai of Opiu ion'also. As' our fl:ilities for ucquirhig iul'nr inaiip'.i iucreasa'V'iil) ) cat's, we trust that an im prov'umenl in llie cotitcnls of our wiper is per ceptible, and tlliit,''jn' the vaiiefy and fullness of iutelligenoe afforded, vr'e atay slill tiie to "m1se cubll dav a critic ou "tho last." In this hope, we solicit a poniihuaiica of the generous aicusure of r;litronage hitherto accorded to our journal; ' " . '- ' riaily Tribune SI I hetiea per annum... feiiit-WeVhlr 14 b" l"" anuuni Werkry-ii iaauea per auuuui . . . , Sd ..... Sd S4 To ru'Bs Semi-Weekly : 2 cp)ie fur 85 j 5 for1 1 2") J IU coittM to tine adOree. for 320; and any li'fk'er nuinlicr at the latrer rate. For elub of 20, an cxira'cofiv-wilt bo sent. For aotun 01 40 we seuu tne yauy uiouii gratis, for one year. ' '' . 1 .. Weekly 1 3 oonies Tor 83 8 rotiies for $10. aud any turgor number at the rata of 81 20 each per annum, iha raper to be addiMiwd to each subscriber. To clubs of 20 we send im extra copy 20 copies to" oo address for $20, wii one extra to bim who aonds the clut)." For each club of (00 I ho JJaily I ribun be eeut gra tia iur uuv yisur. V. bou drafts ean be procured It is macli bet , tb,0 , remit bank h.lla. The name at th. i'o' Office and 6tai aboMld, iH all ea( be ..Uliilw written. I'ttymeot alwaya iu .adr.ncw. . AdJa. J', TiHu.ie, ISn. tt, N'. It Pnya ! It Pay8 1 1 1 Pajs , v ? Y( liAT PATS 7 . ' ' " IT Vjt towalti a little further down the. -a- ttreet te the New Tor 'Boot aad Paaey Htere tie ' To Boy AH Your I5t'k Books Stationery, J Mlaedlaneon. and Schoot Boor., i . , ( Tankae Kotiona, Taney Ooede, "Toya, Ae. T PAYS I Ali. to Buy Rpenlv a, n )itri j rtlaaerreeeble bra nee af homirt.,,14 work eaa. Vit,. tb. Hooka are once eel, earn.ta can be pnt down or take 'ten tee minute. IHeaeal and ae tbeie. M.,il('J(.l ' To Whom tt May Concern. N".- B.' Take Particular- Kotiee." N. ttj Q : Axr After this date: -v ; We aha !1 aoll all kind, of i .. Leather anil felioe Findings. Strictly for.Cn.h or In eicHaaite tot nidea. And we Intend to rH every thing In the above line aa low ae Uiey ean be got any where. i ' All narttee Indebted to n. by note ot aeeonnf, ere re.netr4 ta eail and aattle. aa It ia Beeeaaare tn bare monev to n lie onr hn.ineea. bMIlil k CAKU91.K. t A.htHlinia, May 4, 1S61. ... VS milliners; - '. Ml'.S. MKRIUAM. lias taken tha "gliop .. turmerly aerupled If Mi. Stoddard, end with a, . . r ' , Slorlt of New Goods, ; . '.; ' borf for a ilvare of puWie patronage. She k.a engared ea Exprriruced Closk sird press sk " and wlU keep onnatanlly op hand, and Air aale, the lateat fne- s Mm. , j.iuiAtm ia,it tuoer 11DI, tKllf . An Annrentlee IVanttd inirnediaUIr to th. a- bnva'buiniieHai . ' 'ii- 'llOWARD AIIOClATlOn, . -. ; ' . ' MlIIiADKlTHtA. . .' ','! ', . 4 V.fn.roltf huttlvtivn. MtJhliihed r 9Jl Kaitoara "( "111 Htlitflkt Siek am4 DMrtknii, eHirteW tbUk e we. ' , fee and Kptdttmic lHMeaur. mnd tSfMcimJtf fur (A. Care. I Matt e IA. i'eraaf Vrg mat, . TETHCAL ADVICE giveir rra!s,'I IT A. Artlnr Snrireon.tr' all who aplr 1iVlettT. with' flearrtjitiim ol Oieir condition, 'p, oeeopallon, halrihi of lile. ks .) and In nan of eaueuw oneoityf Uadatina. (uniah'. ed fi re of cliarr v; y.i. u.y. , , .' it?, Vatuimle Iteporta on SprrmatnrrlMra. and other THaeaaee nf lhe SexiialOrirana. and on llie Nl:w H.KiiiKa euiih,ved Itt" phe PiatiDnaary, eent te the arDleted nv lienlee leltev envetrwie free of charge. Two or tbree SUnip. Tor portage WU1 be ecv miii-ible.i - ' ' - . . e Add mat. nr. J. ftiril.t.lV TlnroTTTOK, letinr 8nrrw ' inwnrrl AeeoebvtMn. !o.!f Smitb MWfH Stehut, PaUedrllihla, 'a. By order of the liirectornii- ' , , -i-i' 'i1 .fi'AHA Tf. DKARTWEl.L,PrealdeTi, , nEo;rAtnCHIl.n, Secretary. I1' !, ' .. '1 REAL1 ESTATE AT 'A 'BARGAIN! acre, nf land, with eemd bulldinge, a rrent eat-left, if Iroit, (rood watir. a desirable hoineatend, now owned an e 'wounir-'d hy-l. ' mil, near Aal.rabuta village. Oa be hm it a Rteat uai-ain, with reaaonable tenna of payments P Abwiawl'aceeji of timbered laml. In 1iteeS, ee end M In Richmond towoahip, on rood road, belonging to J. W.HIfl. tnr anrr at b fleurra, and ea fttvomble ta-m of naement. Knn,iiireAfowner,arof SfiS H. FASSBTT, Aahtabula. 1 .' i 1 , , ,1 1 . 1 1 1 .in UTQCK1NETT. Any qnantitj jof Slock O inettftir the tAdiea, ean he foend at l ' Vlt . Bnir.nAM a ret GILT MOULDINGS. A Jar'assort- men! if ' - 1 '3 " Uilt Mouldings for Picture Frames -liich will be made np to order at the K.w-Tork Boob. KarreySroreV ,J- .. H. Q. pwlf., : DISSOLUTION. tha Prm oTlIei'rir k Cofietand waa Dlaaolred nn the 10th inatant. Aft lebta doe the firm muat In ai ttled iihmedlatelr. Air debt due by the Brm will be eetlled by A. HKNfiRT. vv A. r. i;ura.i.a.iv. Aehtalla,8er4emberia, 1881. ' " .'. ; SIS A. HENDRY, atill continues to Veep s Qood A.Mirtment nf Prnira and M.dlclnea, 1 aijiK run ad fire Muita, together with lnoceriea, Wineac a'ud Liquor, ef ait Vitida. .-. 1 . ui Coal Oil, and tamp, to bnm in, fn endleea eerletr. ; Benjamin Franklin TlIE Great Philosopher once said that ' A penny saved was as rood as two pennies earned"? "" Thoee who waeld profit by till, advice, and any flood, lor r-ftah. or ready pay. woald do wall b call and leob before nor ebaainir, aa I eerily believe tht.n eery many Oiinra, I eaa ere Uiem from 4 to 'ii per sent over the ueoal ael'.ln prlcea. Try it, and yon will be convinced that what 1 aay I. true. eraf Z7, 1H1. H I, MOBRISON." A FULL. Complcie Stoclc of Dry Goods ermaiaflnrofanehan Rndleaa VaHeTe IK. I W v.a. are invented every day, and I dont pretend to loan, the pin of 'bent, but lhe Gooda von will nod at the lowrat rravt'.(K.toiTi( prlcea, at tbe old atand. Aug 27. UL AiOKHl.-lONfi s HOES and BOOTS. Many styles , of ch r t leiatban flrat coat, aa It ta deelraM. to 'hewit out. Otliera at a v.rv nraUl advanne. Monev. e 11 b 1 ved by hoeing at 4uf 87 ' MORHlStW. 13 a. A I NTS nnd OILS. Raw nnd Boiledi. I.inaeed t)il, TenienMne. Jappan. and Co rial Varnlahee. White Uad, both Dry and Oound in OH. Black and Red, lait Vev- neti.tn, fled. Vellnw Oelire, Whiting, Putty, I Wilt and Var niah Bruahaa, cheap as the cheapest, at A.MOkRlSONa.ie' HOOP SKIRTS. .1. M. Hrsdlev's Fa vorlte Skirt., the neet Made-12, U. It, 18, JO, 2V Vi. and 3.1 lloniia. The fourh bitnurehared thUt Mauion-jiial reeeived. Call and lutik, Thvnbuy and W)l. Augu.t 7, isni, MOBRISON. 130RK ! rORK 1 120 tills of Homi X fwnked. a rare Aioe article, for aale br'the barrel -ne lb.' Stpttmbtr.l, V. I HOKHlSO.V.i:.. Patent yp-leantte Dental a (enow, ' 1 - Ko. S4S Broadway, Kew Vorw. ' - " ,S t,V ' . Ogtvlei 31at; tSStt. ; 'PUIS is to certify llmt Da. X- Barrktt, L. of Aahtabula, Ohio, ia the only preo tn Aahtabula eminty, tlmt ean lawfully make, uee, or.eewd fee Oihere te art, the : , .,. i- ii Vulcnnite Rase for rVrti6ebi Teeth. Till. Bit a. for teeth Uavinr. beoume eo 7011 Ur on aeeaaurt ra? the eaae and comfurt to the wearer, rhtit many TVnOat. are eUertnir work eiailefrtxa Inferior ntaUsrials thna atteupting ta evade the Piitenta. The public are berehy notified that any nenuia oSerlnc to nirniah tlil.-work l Aietabula or vicinity, ailhiint a Itcenae to make filename, no AiatCerby what name, are infringing tlie (.oodyear Wteiata, not only readerinf tbeie-, aetrea li.-ible to proaeeution for ' infringement, but alao thoaa aeaiiug a aet ot teeth aniade by an infrlnrer, aie elan liable, for ilaiimrea. KviV'rentixt having a rlg-ht to eae the Vulcan ite in tale practice, Mh a lioenae fmia tlie American Hard, Ruhber Co. TlieTnhimiinlty bare tlie meana tit proteeUnid thi'inaelvee, br demanding of their Dentiata tfie eridenee tilaf lie 'la duly auihoif.nU to uae .aid Hase bir Artificial Teata. w V ' U. W. m.VN'Kl.l.N-. Genl AgmU Ta? ISGSVILLK FLOUR. Q onud from A Selected Whit. W heat, for Kit. bt ttie hiweat market piice A"ft 27, l"6l. Jt, I 4, atlHK-r.il. - Notice. ..''. , '., rrO.VIIOM IT MAY CONCERN X The aulilei lber haa plavil Ida Nntaa and AcoounU In tho liauda of K ( arlrale, fCaq. bir eollection. All Aurliea iudebte4. Ui bun avillpleale ttiuke payment to the aald F. Catl'le with- eutiMay!" - . KOWAtUr H. HWWBt. . Augual 2J, ISOl. . f Mif BARGAINS BAHaAINS . .. ..,'. k General Variety Goods, at tbe Ns w Store, f " !'V '.jiv, e' , a, wiwir, :-' ... t t Who call, altentloe to tbe Stook of Gooda bnerht at low Sc urea, eouipriaiug an eudlow eilety ef Yankee Nittkiaa, whiek - - - - . w. .vm.t muit auuiv you wan uuy a. roar ea Sgurea . v f ... Pleaae cell aa4 eiasune, and aatiafy ynaraelvee ef mjUMr. and price. !., ,.; . ,. j.il(J. WRlUUlC , 4-hlai-uhs July IT, 1361. , . . ,1 . ,, eV MONEY eYEO JMTmis. T uuo e!iae" BY Buying tery thluj In tie SWilCWj and) ' t lll.uk Book Lhiw '; M, Ml York Duck an4 Favcy Slor ii cat Package, of Stationary la Portfolio, enatalntoa; ' alieeU l,iur Paper, ... Jil W kit. Kw,i) IS fbeeta eomnwrn rinkji,' ' i S t"od, Peoa, , , ' . alieeia Ixltt. ill It Hath, . 1 Pen lloliwt, ' ' " u pun kuv,r. j I rtl lor I u.i.iwfe, i ' My Stock of Haalionary and Rlaak Boob eonipiiae. alt ra HttiealuMliaa at.iualauukaloreat below eoanpea . .. - . - M.U. I a. -r.-. i . r WSlir FiUKaBR, jOMlll.jS.ON M K 110 HANTS. VI ;i ,j ft- tee pueokaa. and aale ef " Butter, Cheese, PorV, fjdl Fjouf, Grass Seed, Dried Fruit, Ae. ' Uberal eeab advano,. ea enaetmeat. war aale oroaimlaabae, .' We alas eeii Pugar." MnlaiaaMl, Rlee, Cnffee; Tea. ? teert, Salaratua, iiui, be n U. I, geueial eiuik ef GronMuiJ'l ; and PAiirta,-uioilv to our rlil.pi of l'tMiiie af aJav ea wlw a e ha la .teie, ei tW eub. 3 . a. Wili s. ' j. t. rartrbtti'