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To My Beloved Wife.
BY THOMAS HOOD. Thorn eye, thnt were so bright, loT", Jlav now ilimtner hi.'iO Hot nil they'? lost In llht, loe. M'ns what tby jirt to mine j llut still those orts irflot love, Tho hfnmn of former hours '1 ll r:pnpj all my joys, my lavf), A or tinted all my flowers TIioe locks were brown to see, lotro, That now are turnr-d to gray Il'it the years were spent with me lovo, Tint stole their bue stray. Tliy locks Do lunger share, lore, . , Tie goldeo boa of oooo But I've seen the world look fair, mj love, AVLcn silrercd by the moon. That brow wss sioootb sod fair, love'. That looks so shaloi now. But Tor me It bore the care, love, That spoiled bonny brow ; And Iboogh no longer there, love, Tho g1o it bad of yore Slill Memory looks and dote, my love,. Where ITope admired before ! The Fourteenth Ohio Battery. - Tho Youngatowo Register containi a letter from member of this battery, dated at Pitts burg Lending, an tho 14th of April, f.om which tbe following U taken : Our Battery was iu the First Britrade of ino iirst Division under Mjor General Grant, and coof-equeutly was nearly the outpost ol the entire command in tbe late battle. The first intimation I had of the enemy's attack, was just after breakfast, while watering ruy horse in little hollow Lack of the como. Ilcaiinir the bliarn re port of musketry, followed immediately af ter by the beat of tho 'long roll,' I hurried Lack to ccmp. Wc were ordered by our Capt. to turu out, and iu five niiuntcs were galloping down through the woods iu the nircctionol tlie enemy. After aoiiig about 100 yards we stopped, turned our cannon uoout, and awaited their comine. In a few .. initiates -ire could see the rebel force ep - proachtop, with Bags flying. Oar captain gave the command to fire, and we opened our six guns npon then:, pouring a volley o( sum, at a distance of 200 yards, Notuh fcUnUing our fire, the rebels continued to ndvanre, apparently unchecked, to within v. 20 yards of our guns, hen the ciiptnin gave the order, limber to the rear We tbeu made an effort to get the gans owny, but before we bad succeeded, the rebels made a charge upou us with their bayonets, and it wa? just here tha'. wc mtt w'iih oirr heavi est loss. We had four men killed, iweuty five wounded, and one missing a total loss of 30 out of 70 eugaged iu the fijjht. We uiso lost seveuty-seveu horses and seventeen , mulcp, iu about forty minutes. Self-Respect. A thoronghly self-respectful person will commaud respect anywhere. A man who carries into the world an unsuspecting, un assuming face, who is polite to everybody, minds his own business, and does not tshow by his demeanor that he bears about with him a sense of degradation and inferioiity, and who gives evidence that he considers uimsen a man, ana expects the treatment due to a man, will not fail to secure polite ness k respect from every true gentlemen t gentlewoman iu the world. Tlie man who allies and suspects and envies, and is full of petty jealousies, aud is aU ays ufraid that lie snail not get all that is due him iu the ' way of polite attention.", nnd manifests a feeling of great uncertainly and aiuiciy concerning his own scciul position, is sure to te 6lmnncd, at last, aud will deserve his tale. No real gentleman, and no true gen tlcwcman ever has feelings like these. T is onlv those who are neither, and who do not de-crve the position of either, i Lai are troubled iu this way. I give it a a dulib crate judgment, that there is fur less of cou- 1cmpt for the poor and obscure among what are denominated the higher classes of crtptofv tlliin I liorn to anrn I.....m.1 f tlie rita and the renowned anions the poor aud humble ; and that the principal bar to a more cordial nnd gentle intercourse between the two classes is the lack of self respect which pervades the latter, nnd the mean, degrading humility which they man ifest iu all their relations with those whom they consider above their level. Holland. Geography in, we foar, fast becoming one of the neglect d sciences, in Erie County. Supt. Siivage informs us that at an examin ation last full ho asked a jonng mm Into what body of water Connecticut river cm tied, sad was answered Like Michigan. Not quite salt Ced with this he put the eamo questionj to en expectant school marm, and she iuiormet? liimilmt it was the MeditterraneauSea. Atan examination here the other day, a yonng womnn bounded Gt. Britain on the west by Indiana I 8ue neeuifd to be as well posted on Biitich sur roundings as many of the Knglish editor arc on American geography.-Oirard Union. Eiio County might not iuappropriulelj he cIas led o scholastic attainments with the Old Do miuioo. A candidate for the vacancy in this district in the Navul School, at the recent ex amination Iu Warren, bailed from the proud old Ctnte whose boast It was iu djys past, of having supplied mobt of the presidents. lie bad been r called after a favorite child of onr first parents, put the authegrspby of the name was slightly changed. As he gave it, it was a Mir, and that of bis Dative state, VirgUny Y,a. Tki.. What Makes a Bushel. TLo Mluwing tablo of the number of pound! of various articles to a buahul, may Le cf interest to our r-eadjjrs ; - WLeaf, sii'y pound ; Corn, shelled, fifty-six pounds ; Cri, on the cob, eeyenfj pouads ; Eye, fifty-six pounds ; Oats, thirty six pounds ; fiarley forty six pounds ; TJuckn heat, fifty-two pouud-i, Arun potatoes, suty pound ; 1 ' Svreet potatoes, fifty pounds ; Onions, Cftj-seveu pounds 5 Ueans, sixty pounds ; Urea, twenty pounds ; Clovarseed, sixty ponnd j Timothy edl, forty fisre pounds , Hemp seed, forty-tlve poirndi, ; lilue grass seed-, fuui leeu pounds; Dried peachro, thirty-three pouuJs ; The Ilicbmuud Kuquirer says that this is ft guilty war ou the p.tit of. the U. Slates. Th.t tn-ing adtnititd, it foliows Hut It ricb lj ditfTt lo be prutmUcd. TLe rebel confederacy has just as good a c'.uii'i to Its couhljered. I La protector and ii,.:. Jibuti t -i taU rights, as knij; iierod Lad u i tu.lvd ir piout tor BfrJ thamnivo tf Horace Man on being eskod if hr believ ed lit Ihtfall of Adsm, replied Yes, and not only In the fall of Adam, but in con tinued succession of cataracts from Adam all the wy down. Unfortunately in tho rebel confedaracy the men of principle are not the principal, men. We i-hnll have groat cause of joy when the rebels rr-me back to their allegiance, but not holf so great as they will. A good many of the young rebels wh) went from Kentucky rmvo been hiakinir In cursions into the southern part of thn t state for tbe purpose of tow stealtnor. Prentice thinks that if these vounrr rnscnls should enlarge their sphere of opera' ions and add a slave to ttieir booty, the chance of steal ing their mothers would not be seriously tmpatied. The rebel are fleet of foot, but. they couldn't escape Foote's fleet. Mourn not that yon are weak and humble. The gentle breeze is better ihan the hurri cane, the cheerful fire of the hcarthstoue than the couflagation. Why should the Mississippi be the most eloquent of rivers ? Because it has a d zen mouths. , tap" When any cue docs mean injury, says Descartes, who suffered the attacks of the malevolent in his day, ''I endeavor to elevate my soul so big that his malice can not reach me. The folly of luteftring betwixt man cud wife is thus gian.matically put ; When man ai d wife at odds full out, Let fj ntax be your tutor ; Twixt masculine and feminine, What should one be but neuter ? To the Public! JOtt Xenrly ihrcc years, I Lave been in . gtiged la the Drag anJ Hdic-inc Builntrs lu Mil pU. and Juriofc thai tlino I have received tppt maiij kiiiduses froniDiy filendn, ni many uttihfnetory enctniranemt'ntj Tntm ueronit public, Tor which my heaiiy thank aie ivUirneil. Many o( my customers ar iudt-bted to me on book, mud ma ny to whom I am iudvbtfd. Willi ons auv! aU 1 ak a ettie tueot, whuthet the account 1b aguihbt me or ia my lavor. ! keop for uV everything lu the Drug ami Uedkiue Hue that you cau mcution -aloiottt Drugs, Mtidirincf. Tyo SUfls, in riofuiion. Taints, Oils, auJ Drualics 10 Great Variety. .Vcrfumery of All Kinds, Frnni 19 rents to $3. Including Pomaflpi, Unw OH, and Bear's Oil by tbe barrel at 26 rents the slug It bartf I. The bent Sticking Salve la the world good for DuruR, Chilblain, Cnmn, kc Godfrey' Cordial, Rateman'si Propa, turVinpton Bnlnm. Rlerm and RiitUh Oilit, Cod Liver Oil the beat, Air Wius low'a Seothiug Syrup, Salves for Mole ami Pimple,Toofharlie rtropa. Eye Salve Canker Balsam, aud other things in this hue too numerou to mention. Dagucrrean Goods. A try lrge aiid vaiieil Slock, selling od at Cwt ! Lamps, Lamp Oil, and Trimmings. Shoulder Braces aud Supporters. Pure, Choice Liquors. TLfrebcit Hints orHuin, Brawl;-, Gin, N'LMfy, 1'ort Ma.lurii, Sherry, Sw.t, acd CLun)aij;n AViues for UK'liciiial use. Patent cdicincs. Liverwort and Tar Ayfr'rj Cherry Pet.loiul Hall' Halt-am Aver' AfUu Cure Hoitb'tter' Genua q Bitters Mnnus Ane BaUnm Wataou's NeamVia Kins; Vaughn's Lithtmti iptie Bacb's Ameria n Comnund "Win tar' V. C. Halitam ScoviU's Blond and Liter Syrup. tfoohCK h catiuinavian runner noofl-onrTR Cenoan Bittern Tobias' Venetian Ltnemont Boorhave's Hnllaurl Hitter IIioriand's Bilamic Cordial Perry BmvU' Pain Killer BaLei's, reitoiy'saud Porter's do. HtabWr'i Cherry Pectoral ttal.Ur'n biurihaea Cordial Dr Eaioo'a BnlNvn usf Life JJcAli-tt-ri Oiotmeut Dr Katon' Cotdfaf 81nnit'a Ointment SmittT Condithm Powder Ciolden Ointment Br Eaton' Cordial St.uin's Condition Powders Magnetic Fluid J'atre's riimax Salve Garbling Oil, F-tner'nn'si Hair BeoraUve Ac. Ac. Ac. I.inamonts, Oj,odVldort Fwent Oil. Troehe. PeMlitz Pow.Vr, Genu til 1, and an eudleni vnrietv of otlier uotiou and articles iu the Medkiue Hue. Pills Pills. Ai.il.iix lli Urir qunntlty I liarf, the I'lintir mi li!ll not Lav rouui to uieutioa but a k-w. Auiuug thcui ate the folluwinK Drandrrth'a, Jammi. it.ilTntt'. Iloloir'. Kntfk, raikc-i1 Madame Hovlne'n (ln.ffvobvrF, S.nle, riicesniaQ, Mett'a, eur Maa'a, SpauMiDf ic 4c Ac. I could go on aJ ij(ian, but Kpaca will oat allow, ttntjiig to bear fi-rtm yon occa foully, a our ot-edl leuire, I am U-utr voura. 32 A. HEvnrtv. Candies, Tes. CoflVe, J-uear .Slarch, AIIftiIm, Pepper, Soap anuToilet Articles, Cologne, Rtence o. Lauip Trliinaa, laai.a repaired. Ilnlie. All kii.ifa ol R oota and Ilerha put Bp by the Shakaia. J'aiblj', Of all kind lu email Tin Cana for fttmily Ufe. Crockery, A FULL ASSORTMENT of White Stoxke, China, the beat rooda la market or old atvU-s lot B.ue aud rhit. 1 have o;aite a Utl whieb to rt np "old aud broken aeltu will b aold uouer price to clott it not. aniHUISON' KINGSVILLE FLOUR, Ground from Selected White Wheat, for ea'e at th Wiweat rarktt prio. JuguM 27' Mi. H. 1,. MoitllVON'. 1 A A BEST SUGAR CURED HAMS X J V For Salt hj IJEUKICK bKO. UNION Envelopes. P,,per, and Radtres at the Sga 't the "Mai. Stilne. H. O.liR K- mtmst Wheeler & Wilson Machine. Hw Iuiproytutad, ( Kv4utt Prices TJIE WlicelttrA Wilson Mrinufactnrinfr Conpany bavinf rsinod all their auiU at ktar, with m rritiKlti. niajtuliM'tujrera of hewin. klachiiu:, proMe Uiat Iha puiilie klUl be LauufUUtd tijitfttby, aud liaio a4HediHly ra ducwd Uie iirwea of Uieir ewtny Machinea. After tl.U date Uu-y will ka a,lda4 ratra Ih.t will oaf a Stir ptolit on the coet of umnuiawtuae, eafituil lureitrd, aud axje-UHe of niakuiij aaiee ; putJi prices aa will euabl tJjeiu to itiake Sin( eiaa nwuhiuaa, and, aa heretofore, guaiajita Uteui iu erery paj tio Ular. PRICKS No. t Medium, with Claaa Foot aud rieuimer. . . . . dS OS S hM. t, (Improved) with Olaaa t ool 4 llMUUr, ti OU " S Hlack, liemiaeu) with old Htuuaaer,, ...... aa 00 4 lne klaoliuae on flaiu Table, with Htnimer, 76 W jotiimr nawMie, W pMUJI Wiaa, B1U It MlliaHT. A mi - -- IS .a Msrkti.f Uktasja, Vwrtt jwU m m . . flbu b.Urtifti,b-w aud Uij,iod, ait u Abu . , J ttc4a igeuU I m More New Goods 1 rPIIE Underpinned has just returned from JL Nt York with a Fresh Sloeli of Merchandize, Knitirnrlni all thn t'luftl Var(t1f tn .( flvprRl rciilniu(wl,icli hf olftrt or "Cali fat Krndjr I'sy" as low as any other denier, here or elsewhere. nmnirT, for CASH ot BEAPT VAX, until aftrr tli War 1 nvi-r. . Olro. Wlllard. AiliUbMla, Not. 14, ISnl. J.adirt Drtsi Goodg Tluin and figured Me rinos, plain and figured Cohurgs, plniu and lig DcLaines, cnibroldorcd and piiutod Rops, Pop- lins, 1'cHngcs, Vulcucius, black nnd colored Silks, in great variety. Vrinlsand Ciiighani$a large iifsorlineot, very ehenp. il'hilt Goods of every description. Flannels, a great vuriety ull wool. Wu7 A splendid lot of all too! Long Shawls. Also Urocha, long and square cheap. Hoop Skirts, all styles and prices. Glovtt and Hosiery A lurge stock, and very cheap. Shecling$. Blenched end brown a full as sortment heavy and fine. Cotton Yarn A fine assortment of all num bers Cheap for tho times. Cotton Butts. Wadding, AVicking aud Twine. Cloths A full stock of Heaver and heavy Coatings, Urond Cloths, Ladies' Cloths, Cassi mercs, Satinclls, Kentucky Jeans, Ttteeds, Vettings, &c. ic. Clothing. Full Suits got up on short notice. All kinds of woik mado to order. Cutting at all times. A. futt assortment of Tuilor'e Trim mings, &e. Boots and Shoes i choice lot of the very best work made, not only good but cheap. Jif and Cops general stock of boll Men's and Boys. Crockery a fresh new stock, just opened. Class Ware St fine assortment, including a large stock of Coiil Oil Lamps, which will com pete with any thing iu tlie market, iu beauty or price. 2,000 other kinds of Pry Goods and Yankee Notions not enumerated in the forcgoiug, lobe found at the old popular stand of Geo. AVim.abd. Groceries. In Family Groceries wc have a larfjc aud very choice supply. Drugs and Medicines A fresh supply of all t lie leading and desirable articles of Irug9. Hardware and Sndlcry. The Best nnd most Extensive assortment of Shelf aud Heavy Hardware in the county. Paints, Oils, if-c While Lead, Zinc and Mineral Paints, Ued Ia-uiI, Vcl'ow Ochre, Ve netian Red, Puris Green, Chrome Green, and every description of artist Paints. Also Liu. seed Oil, Turpentine, Vurni.-hes, ic. cheup. Iron, Steel, tj-r a full and complete assort incut. Hails 200 kegs, assorted sizes cheap. Glass aud Pvtty The largest and most general assortment of Window Glass ever be fore brought into Ashtabula. Also, Putty Whiting, ic. very cheap. Remember, if you have lite Money to pay for goods aud cant get the value of it, cull at Gko. Wim.abd's. Finally, if you have any Kind of Produce to sell for Card, or Exchange for Goods, bring it to the old aud well tried stand of Ashtabula, Xov. 14. 'CI. (J. Wn.i.Aitn. VTAILS and (JLASS, of the best qtinl i-V Itr can I found nt -ill tim, ax loir Tor cash a at an concf-ni In the county. Window tlla-o ol all l'es at tlit inau- ufiinir'r' f-iirA, nt IiRI!1SO'.s. '" 000 yAKD3 UL'ST MF.RFxIM AC ViVV Pan at onr fhillinff r-er vard, fatier Stvlo.-, other ni ike from C t- lo r-ntit licst Meniinn' a everyhody know- axe LLt bi'ftt aua tuuse can alnivt be ion no: at MOKKISOVS- DTlToiT ToliACCO, the bebt in mar ki't. r.iu atw.ivg be bail at tli lowest flgni". .tpemhrr n, 1 s; I . HORM-OV. pLOTII CLOAKS Smiih 4"c Oilkey Vy are ojninp a i.ilendid l ot ol I ndies Cloth C!oak., nhich they u'e aitihith.iia to hae the Iidiee ree. I'out fi! ocalliimu4.dihtely.aa they havhirdly teen the liht vet Benjamin rrankiin JL HE Great riiilosnpher once snid that 'A peony saved was as irood as two pcunies earned" Thoae who would i.rofit l,y this adviee, and hnv Coods for Cash, or reudy pay. 0 lid do woll ti call and look 'hefore Iur chi"io(l. as I pri!y rwliere thnt In eery many thine, I enn save them from 5 to 25 .ei e-nt over the u.iuarfcehin i.ricei. Try it, anil you will becuuviuri'd that wnit I rr i true. JugMlt i.jst 'IT. 11 I. JlOHRl.ll.V. QREAT NATIONAL ROUTE ! BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R, niniovKD scnnnn.E I rrcfnt imporfant clmnen tliU roal It now aide tn f ir uiAx unusual fuciiilie. foi iutefwniuiuntcatiuti, Ea..lutl Wtht Northwest and Smthweat 1 Full connection with all tlirnnli train to rhiladel'.uia auU New York, in the Ent witu the South, ,y iu arii'mr Un Ktnch Kuad l.y tlevi Und aiid 1'ituourvh, Central Ohio and Marriatta aud Cinciuuuli train, w ilii tl.e Isoniiwebl. tel and Sunthet. Throuifl. Ticket to or from Balthnnre, niiJ'le1iMn, XfW ) urk r iUmum give the pmiieg of lyinjr over atanr of the inuniie-ltate citit-a. Two lollar additional give tlie ilrivilexe : t vipitiniT Waliintrtun city . runt. 'J hiit in the only route that can furnish Through Tick t of 1 i ppratc Check to or from WaaUiujctoj. eilv. rare aa low as by any otlier route. Sleeping cart, on al niifht tiain. Abk (01 TickeUUj iiaiUiiMrt aud Ohio Railroad. J. II. SI IXIVAV. C'eu'l ft'eaU-fo Agent, HelUire. Ohio. w. p. uMirn. i i.. m. 4UJI.K. ilaattir of Trau(KuUlion. Geoerftl Th-ket Agent, iaiiinMrw, vmi. ftio FARM FOR SALE A most tie sirablc farm of 83 acres, on North Riiliro owned l.y S. a. Pf:iUtir,(l, near AM, tabula tillage, on which mere are (rood new buildings lor aale ckenn. Knoulra of owner 00 preiuiaea,ar or 11. FAiiSKlT. Pork! Iork!! BEST BROAD SIDE Fork at 8 rents par pouud, cau b found at ilOklllSUS r! , It Pays ! It PaysTTlt Pays Til : WHAT PAYS? IT Puj'8 to walk a little further down the atrnet to the Kew York Book aad Vacy Slora To Uuy All Your Iilunk Books & Stationery, Minecllaneoni and fcl.onl Book., Yankee Kutlou, Far.cy.0oe.K, Toy a, A e. IT FAYS! Alan, to Buy Keeer- Caqt Hoeka, making one hard and diairreaule branch of honaebold work ea.y. WUn the llMika are oace net, carneta can be put down r.r Uken up in ten niiuutea. Ijwlie call and ee ll.wi. M. , HICK. GILT MOULDIXrjS. A large assort menl of (jilt Mouldinfs for Picture Frames, "Ideh will be made up to order at the New-York Boik. 'aucy Slore. II. . Mi'K. STATIONERY at wholesale and retail y u. o. wen. rrOIiACCO You w7lMttUTysfinorthe beat Brand, of Fine tut. Plug, and Smokiog, at 1USKEL1. k SON'S. T A DIES' CLOTH for Cloaks Flack, i traT, Wray and Bruwu douUla aud aingle width, aald to gl width, aald to be the eh,t intuwu,at I'ctooer a, laoi. . MORRISON". CJOAL OIL The Uebt Illuminatlns- ea fomodor or amoae. SMITH Oil. KEY. BROMA. CHOCOLATE, MACE, Jut racoived aud ur aal eLauo tn, ea.h a, u...i v.. t tLe atora HAfeKKLL el HUN. WHITE GOODs. BLEACHED COTTON'S Jar-conet Cambriea. truth Maena. Bihoo Lawna. B.-b.w ...a ki. Mualloe. tab luioe. diuaa. a,uJ,ruidMraa ..11. l.i. Iruuta aiei t'ullaxa ut gieal UrK tiu, fur CaU at ilcltRI'OXS- THAT OOOIi TIME LOOK HERE t II. O. T O M B E S I7a been fttin f nwPT hi Oroerry k ProTlntoD Store, and ha ntftiV it a hat Aht .hula haa ionn needed, A 2"i st Clans Vamily Grocery Store! tt Intend tt Vfr everything Id hi Hne of the cholcent kind. Ill itoodn hah be HrM in arery repect Yon will alwav find t hi tnr XXX, XX and atngle X flour, with piice to eorreioi.d to Hit quality. Ham of Ids own einelng; also Pork purchaed by hlm-elf, and wariantrd Corn-fed. Abo, alt other kind of PrnTMoni and Orocerie, tngethnr with hore feed, Oati and Corn. He keen n Assortment of t'lUaod Paint; aln, Xall and Hardware, ftc, tee. Vital and Carbon Oil$t and COAL OIL LAMPS ! will be found at hi lnre, of nt! pilce and n,n!itift. In hoi t, he intetul to Hpily the want of tbe people, and 1 bound to keep up with the time. He hi lived tn Ahthu1a ahont lfi yenr. and hn len en gaged in the Grocery bttine f'r tlie Innt 6 ye.r, niH the knowledge he lia aetniired nf the want of tlie' people, and of the butanes in which he has bee4i cugiged, enable hi ru to , Maintain a Store and Gow, jut ndspfM to their want. To do o. 1 hi hlheat mbilon. and he ill leave uo euott untried to aatiafy and pl;a his cuntnme; He renpectfutij- solicit hare of tht p.itronage of bl fel low ctticeti. II. C. Tomdcs. Jhtami1ii. ApriU.r lie ia tbe Aut for the Bale of tilt kinds of ALE. AIao G. F. Sadd'i Acrtit for tht ale of LLVSEED OIL, hy tbe bhl. Trice to correrpond with Cleveland and Cincin nail market.. Ducro &. Brother's A'cw Cabinet Ware llooms Ashtabula. , ..,.. -., THKSt'BStrRinf;rtSlwonldrepert-G ff Ml.r IntVimi tbe nitiaena of Aaliabula,fvs 'J aud Ticintty that the- have opened a ' ' New Cabinet ware room In thebolMlo, formerlt occo.ipd aa lbs atote of Mr. Steward aotith end lnin Street. Having had, durine a reldence In Gorninnr, an ecelli nt on nnrtunitv for leanilnir their bninem in all lt d.'nartnici ts, nnd haxinir Iked aareral ream in the Emtern .st-,te and alFO car ried on builneea in JeffonioD, for the lat two Team, tli-v -el authoriied to eaj that they can pronent customer with work NOT TO BE EXCF.U.KD! in Urn country. An aesortiucnt of Gennan, Trpiich aud Eng lUli FURXITURE ! I now ou hand rently for exhibition to visitor, and Ihui tUI are respectfully nlirited. We are detennineii not to he outdone, eithrr in the onaliti of our woik or thchepnM of ournrticl'-t. WoikduuV to order, proruptly,and warranted to glvefcutishiction. COFFIN Kept on band, of all kiuds aud hiits and made to oidn, . I the nhortest notice. tlT Kou t forirot the place and ljjn of C.1BI.XET tf- COFFI.X WJREROOMS throe bulhlli,!,, ,nuth o T HooTt i and Murrv'a Marble Shop; anil reim niber to c-Ul llbre purcbaaiug oloea litre. Ashlvqula. Jan. 1. 18AB- 31,9 A JECIIAXIC'S TOOLS. Hnrdwnre t'--r, nJ H"Hdln(t Ma-erlalj. Jlulavnnd ?a-h Mill Saw.-. Croaa Cut, Tennon and HuttinR Fr. 'Hand Sa.s, I'n.-li ami CtnniMM Kawa, I'l.lrale, Hand ar.d Kenrl, aw Bld Aei m-M MnuriN l.iannin itie Jl.ill. l,, Penrli K.-rew., I,li n and no.len, ilench H.ine.. l,,d Saw Ihmdlea. CI.U-I Hni Olt-e, bteel Squares. Herri,, Try Si,iia,, nmwio Kniv.H the beet n.a.e at cei.U per inch, S.hi Lev. Ik. Crow Ur, Log Llialua, toll t'bninat Sc per imud, MuuiMn l;,.i. Rn,:lu and large auo.MranHirnre,, luind Hun -inir., M.otl.'e Iwk and I.alche, J: 1,1 Lock., Pad Locke, fheet Locke, Tnmk LncUe, Lilting Handles, Unit, a Screw., and Door timmimg of eveiy disruption, common AiiKera, CnU Steel Angela, Cc.k ifate.it ; Anger liitta, Plane Iron., Kile, of all dixcrin tlon, turringe Colls, Sheep Shear, Wllkinaou b.-st : II;,,!,. t.er Hatchet, Ae, Hrassaud Silver Can Inge Hand. White ash Unialiea. ScrubKing nnuhe; Hoes, H:,k. r.irk. ho rels. Spades. Pick. Kat-T.ai. Kox Tia;., M'oll Trap Seivcs Snutlia, sevthea, Uilrkaud 1'lantering Trnwelle, l'i a 3 Inch Augem, Knives and K01 k. from 6"c to $7 per .-tt : I'ock. t Kniveii, Shear, Sriwora, Chalk Line, r,ool, Scratch A l ia, behldee a thoui-andiiiore thing whie.1' go to make a fulla mirtineiit. Can aln-ay be Tonud at Ahhtnhuln, October 8. ISfil. MOnKlSOys Scnji Annual StutcmcLt Number 102. Cfiiitfal aud iEtmril-ULis 3932,302 98. 71 ay 1st, ISOl. C.sli, and Midi It.-ma $ 7'V.M T lxj.in well hecured. o.2.'3 10 Ileal Estate 15,000 00 S.'tti it liaien Hartford Hank atock 2T4,h-i9 1 10 -',4 S shnre Ne Voik bauk Ktocka l.i,:V0 00 l,0:o (hare lloston bank atoeka ll'O.TM 00 607 flure otl.er bink tocka 60B 00 I'uited State and State T1.3ST 00 Hartrnrd nnd New Haven It. K. Eonda a atotk 39,700 00 llaitfurdCitr llond. Srt,7S0 00 Conu.lllvar'Co. a U. B. to uck 4,t00 00 Total Awt JJIMJOS 68 Total li.,l,iliii, s ;d,'J4- H7 Fur ktain ul i:ieslineiit, see eioail cardh and circular. Insurance may be etleeted iu this old aud tubiteutial com pany ou verj uvorulde. tcnua. Apply to J. Q. FARMED, Jgtvl. triED-.T, llingn and Karin l'roeitp ir.itrr-d for a term of ear at very low rate. Akhtabula, July 1V11. 00.1 Cash or Ready Pay, WITH OCCASION ALY short time for lluprned and tried Customer., who are prompt and punctual, ami Htriet payment at Uie time agreed u on, are the only terioa uMin wnih 1 aui selling fiooda and from tthkh theiw a ill be no rariatiou. . L. MORRISOV "OTICE llriiifr ipciired the vnlualilH i-'l arv!eof the well-known and reliable Drugplkt Mr. JaS. M. ALI.KN, 1 can aeure the Fiiblie that Ibey'niay in- pend on ling well atlenuVd i, a they ill alwayn Hud Mr. Allen or t, yelfiit the counter, ready and happy lo attend iot ir warn, neiioving u,e public Kill appreciate lhl eaer tuiu to pleane them. We ask your patronage. W. K. ClU'f'T. rt. An. c 10 UN in the Ear. 500 bushcln of corn in theer r,.. u Hcc. l, idol HORRISNOS IVew Cootls for Pall and Winter 1861 and 1862. AJOW Itfcivintj and openinfr, a Splendid , , , PT,0CK' Xe" onbl Ooodi, winch will be aold at very low ortcoa lor ta.b or Keadv i'av. Thankful Ibrthe geoeron patronage an liberally hestowed opon the eld firm of Loot k ilorrison, in year pat, 1 would aiiy, that I am prered to eel! Oood Oooda, at pricen whieh uelyeomtiiioutboui. or abroad, k or tbe proof of thii vinced ourbelve, ana you wilt be coo- Abbtaliula, OcU.ber, n I. MORRISON. II 'A ' 1, -M til i ii 111 ft fine Urown Shect- ina, eollon Yarn.entton flatting, Wlcklng, Wadding, Tkhingi Ueu,,,,., , 1,1,,. , rbee.,, Twine, rotton Flannel, ia v ry low u.r the tenin, at MoHaiMj'a. ("1ARFET AVATU White and Colored . f"'ilr uut not of tha Huet thread, whieb I am aelllng at iwenty-Uva ceuta a pound. You that want cau aavjnoneyjg buying ,,f MOHRISH.V. a ijroccries o P ALL k'lvna n .,.. m..i. Pr..;'",uhli''ul'-tni "' Fugar, Java aud fodiui, L """". aiirior article MolaM. Rice, J '.. aiuta, Oik Varuiah, Turpentl,,eS Faint T,, 7;m alu,o.t wanUd o, oao bi called for iu thathua cai! be bought low for tbe time, of MoKKWON. ApURIMAC PRINTS. A Fresh snp- FlguTeaJno J, ; k " '"'I-"' Mrrl,r.M Frint,ll et re ,5dIS It 'Obody koo... Uie U.t (lor,d. nu.de. Ju.t "Lubula. An,. MOIU, Wanted in Exchange, F.!1 ABOVE and a thousand ZL. i l i" " M"tful- b" to0 " to mention by ?iho'p, '"'r "uantltyorFrodoce at fash pric iricwm belaid fo' w"cU tU h'"'" ""'" price will be paid he kUKKISON. ("JIQARS and Tobacco Gentleman ,r! W1,,l"l' '" ttatored and oholca braud of twt or tip 9 0liew.bg ToUeco, will lt the new ' Mamouia Aao FKaecRurioa Stoaa. ASH PLANK.100.ODO feet Whita o,. Ahb,V1'k. fc"' 8 ii.coe U,uk. t.r wbleh eaak IU W paid by litHKIi U a bMO. i o nnr 'vir of which l.elllng alien than flrt eo, aa It la do.lraMe to cloe them out. Other at k very mall advance. Money 0" I'Tjmylngjit Ag J)7 WdKltlHON. SILKtJ AND BILK GOODS. TLACK SILKS ALL qualities and nrlwa. jirlcoa twlow aitrthinv In the Mnripa, Yon that want Vnncj ciikis ravsj jni,my ny Dliyinn or Cdla2$ Ulank Hooks, Stationery, A (Jcnerul Variety (jooiln, nt the l'ew Store "of J. . AVHK4IIT, Wlio eull attention to the Stook of Hood hnnght at low Bg nre, eomprlnlng an enrtle raiietr of Yankee Notion, which are offered at New Yuik toat, aud eomc yow can buy at your own figure. Plea, mil and examine, and aatlirfy ynvmelrea nrnuallty and price. J, (J. WRHJIIT. Afhtahula, July 17, 1S01. 004 GLOVES AND IIOSIEItY. WINNTER, (1LOVES, Ki,l. Cloth. LUIe Thread and Hurkskin, (iauntlet Clove. JTosl eiy if all kind, tolton and wimlen, woolen Yarn foi knitting aeoiil'-ellomoe'lc m-;de, alway kept by HOUR ISON. ' Flannels. ALL WOOL RED mid Grr Twilled Flnnl all wove, lcd, White, Dlue, fireen, Yellow and printed Flannel, nt MORRISON'S HOOP SKIRTS. J. M. P.rodlcY's Fn eorlte Skill, the Peat Made It!, 14, 11, IS, 20, 2. HO, and 3i Hoop. The fourh lot purchased thia aeaaon jut received. Call nd look. Thenbuy and try. Aoniil8rtL MORRISON. . b'iticlairls llarncss tStorc. Main Street, Aslitalmla. tr, .1. II. SINCLAIR lnte W. R.d- l 7 HEAD would Inform the publl. that he Is now Located Opposite the Fisk Iloue, where he lot ite hi patron lo call and nee lit.' stock. C2 PERMANENT FIXTURE. A. A. Thayer ha opened a uplendld an'te of room over J. V. Knhertann'a tore. with the intetition of ataying fnrtif ytart, to give tlx rwopleof A-litiKnla and Cotinte all around, onm of tlioee SH Y F1CTI REM he i no wont to take. Von, I intend keep a FIRST CLASS ROOM, and do nil kind of work, from the nwet price tip tn linn deed of dullar. That new aad splendid atyla of picture THE PHOTOGRAPH, taken here, a permanent and beautiful one Old picture pho tographed, enlarged to life lr.e, and colored In oil II deeded. 1 alihll make It my atudy to please my euatoinere, and keen up with the time. r I iui ile the altcntlon nf my many frlendr and acquaintance throughout the county to 1 havk a Hoona, to jet The Ueuutilul Picture you want ! ai.d to all I pa "Come and Fee." A. A. TIIATF.R. March, 19(50- $tcuart't T.r.rg Oren, Air. Tight, ;UM.MER & WINTER COOK STOVE WARRANTED to he the best Cook ' lnj Stove ; world, aud requiring lcaathan One-half the Fue the common Cook Stoves. Forealehy GEO. C. HUBBAL'D. Jiautaouia, July 1900, C4S l 3URE WINES nnd LIQUORS, for - Medicinal ne. HnAxniHs Old Otard and Cognac pale and red. Rru M.CmU ,od Old Jamaica. Oisr ld Holland, and London t.btrle (iia. Whikkt Old Bourbon Copper Iil.tilled Fine apple, Monongahelia and Ecelior Vlii.ty. Winkh Fort Maderio, Sherry Mnllaira and Clarrett. Mro Catawba and roreigu ( hau.paiiie M'iuea all wananted of the pureat qon.ity, for le by PRO, U'lLLAliO. CARRIAGE MAMTACTORY & DEPOT. 1 W. (i. Ukniiam lins nt lenetli pciffcted tiis busi- ticRK arrniigi.n.ent. o that I'ue public ujay be accommodaUd on call for uiogtnl the Various kinds of Plensure Vehicles, having a numbor r.ow uiii.-dicd up and reudy for delivery, be alde a laiRe iualitity of Wiirk iu variou Ktage of proie,., which may be com) leted upon very short notice, when pre ferred, Oidci will be receded for cetv work of any particular klylc or pattern. With a full mpply of the hei-t hand to be found In tbe country, he fear no comietitlun, eimt or tveat, in the matter of tnnteor style, of excellence of material, or the fidelity and honesty with which Ida work ia put together. Of the truth of thee fttateineuta, any one ia;iy aatlMy himself by peraoual examination. Repairing of aU klndu, done with promi tnen, and on aaiia factory tcriua. Wn .G. Ben-ham. Aht,ihula,March 28, ISfifl. i:a II B E R DASIIE R Y V E R S I F I E D . in the "noise and confusion that so constantly rage?, Audi chronicled foi tli in the Telegraph's pagea, About Ory Uoods, and OreM Hoods, and Oauteaand Laco, Shawls, Uonnets, and Cloaks that lival the graces. May I claim your attention, to a brief rehearsal, Of a lii-t of Choice Uoods in a stock universal ; And though less pretending, are In merit more sound, And are quietly wnltir.g jour notice down town. There Cloth of all grndesatid textures you'll bud. Of pure Wool from rour Hocks and of Alabama combined, And Veting, the fancy Marseille. Silk and Black Satin, Yam made of Cotton, Thread, Wad. ling sod Hutting, Wicks, Flannels, a bleached goods; Stirpes, Sheeting twine, And Mnstiiia and Ijiwnfr, bonnet; dresa and awiss Hue, Cambrics and Suiiimer Stulfs, cherk'd, striped a white shirts, Olnve, Dress Goods, Shawls and Ribbons and Skeleton Skirta, Pplee, pepper, and casria, saleratu. (gold medal) kaolin soap. Brooms, bahkets, and bed cords, ciotha Hue, buck Klnvua,aud coil rope, Puper tea, sugars and e ffee,hoth JnvaandRIo, Fure, aa mie can I found iu the State ol Ohio. Far hangings, bras kettles, fancy print and band boxes, Cloths pin, woolen yarn, and bows for the necks of eonr n'os. Stone churns, juj-s. jars, and crocks, assorted g'an and nails Mop handles, wood and iron. ah, pitch-forks.and water paiis. Shoe for children, boys and ladiea, also gent and ladie liotie, Aud hoc for genu to woik with, wooden pumps, and super Buffs loa. Scythes, snath, rake, and wob-boarua, half buthela, and bole leather, Chalk, rosin, whiting, coal oil, and umbrellas for bad weather The largttl lot of Hats and Caps, of every grade anil style, If aU outside were heiiped at once 'twoul'dn't be no big'a pile. Shoemaker, too, a word with you, 1 have for you good news, Ilere'f nearly all the implements lor making boots and shoes, l.at, pegs, pinchers, hauiuiurs, kuivea. tuiaid, peg and aew Itig awls, Tacks. Nails. awl-hand!e, bristles, lining. I lndini, heel hall, F'reiich calf, French chalk, kip. floats, si.e sticks and morocco, Wehliinirs aud lustiiua ot vadoua aliadea, ahoe needles, and T..b.ieco. But hold ! l.j muse, nor further tai the prlnter'i gentle moods, He ll ne'er Hud space for a tithe of the Hid of this full stock of Oood.t Say then, that the auick Is full and compleie, That we are anginuidy awaiting, our pntrnns to greet, lui ite them all, from Soulli, fiom North, from East, and from West, From ciiy, from country, I.incolnltes, Douilasltcs, and all the rest, From every point of the enmpaaa, com all. Leave all your spare dimes with your friend, , , Stephen Hall. Ashtabula, Oct. 27, 160. IIE Subscriber JL bati RUrted la th DrAyiug UuklucMa ami will dvotA uore luittiuK attutiun to Its prscuticiu. It prfiirtnt- ue, uety and fidelity wiltenlltlf lidn to aMhart of btminuKg. h hoptMto merit It, All orUttr fur batilirtf tn aod from tit lKxit. or about the viil(j, will be thankfully rfouived auJ atitfuvctorily exeeutfil. He will be found unm the Kuad at all Uuifii. not neofuutrtly deoUdto re-tand feed. 610 W. H. 1 JtKH Y HOMES ro-t ORPHAN CHILDREN Tbe IHreetoi of the County Iiitirmary take tlila method of calling Uie attenliou of beuevolrut eious to tbe or-prtonUy now urmttalmi of atwiittintr aud rearing Uiedesitl lute Orpbaa Chiltireu now iu tbe Infirmary. Tbee children eouiprifxe both iwiteti, raiiuiriff from 6 monthi to Ju yoara of K. The JJirecb.n ate anxious to provide tbNe cbildjeD with yiod boinea, fanilUtsa wbeie Uiuy wili be cartni fur, and taui(bt UM'Iul fccuiatiouN. for narliculara, apply to either of tbe uudreifued. or ol the duuehutoudeut of Uie Irjllriuarr. J. F. KA.STMAN, AKTF.yAS I. ICR, liSAAO B. 8TKVKNS. KiSfwUle, Nov. T, 1660. 6H5 luhnnary Directors NEW SHOE BIIOP. Harry Redhead wishing to have a chance In among the ups and downs of life, haa tuaen the shop neat but vue lo Uid Post Ollioa, iu atecuauiua' How, where lie intends to 111 oidars fur work. From a lb' Cack to Gents Flat Boot whlck will be mail nnder hia ou eye, and Willi an honest lelerenca Ut Ourauilily aud Uate. tlT A share of public patrenae Is solicited. Asntabuia Not. iol. ioj jj. HKDngAP. Sarsaparilla TOR PUlHTYlNa THE BLOOD. And for tht speedy cure of Ilia following complaints! Hcrofnlnwi.d "erofnlont AfTect loiis.anch 1"""",l lrfri, Sore., Krniillons, l lm,.les, I'a. l, ilotehe.,1 Ualla, lilnlns, nnd nil ftltln Klsewaea. . c OA"";. Ind.. Cth inns, IN,!), J. C. At h Co. Cents l I j, t Knowledge what your rariiarllla hrn done for me Having Inlieilted a rVrofukrtie Infection, I ll(TO RI)nperMJ from it In various ways for years. Cometlmne It burst out In Ulcers oh my hands and arinei sometimes tl turned Inward and distressed me at llio stomach. Two years ego It broke out ou my head ami covered my scalp mid oar Willi one sure, which was painful and loathsome beyond description. 1 tried many meilk-litee and several physh-laiia, but without much relief from any thing. n fact, the disoider grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced Ui rend III the tlostel Messenger that you had prepared an alterative (Snrsupaililn), for 1 knew from your reputa tion that any thing yon mado wmst le good. 1 sent to Cincinnati and got It, and used It till it cured me. 1 took It, as you advise, ill small doaes of a teaspoonful over mouth, and used almost three bottles. Now and heallhr skin soon begun to form under the scab, whlili after wlule fell off. My skin Is now clear, and I know by my feelings that the disease haa cone Trout my system. Yon can well bellove that 1 feel what I am saying when 1 toll you, that I hold you to he ou of Ibe apostles of the ace. mid remain ever gratefully. Yours, AU'llKD n. TALLEV. St. AnthonyU Pirn, Rote or Rrralnrl 'C'ller eiiifl fll II licam. Scald ilea In. cad. nuiwerm, nor) uyit, Uropiy, Dr. Iiohert M. Preble writes from Salem, N. Y., 15th Fept., H58, tbnt lie lias cured an Inveterate case of Uiopty, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the persevering nse of onr Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous Malignant Krytiprlat by large dneea of the same rsvs he cures the common vVunOonj by It constantly, Bronrliocelc, Goitre, or Swelled Neck. Zelmlon ("loan of Prospect, Texas, writes i "Three hot. ties of your Saranpnrilla cured me from a (Mire a hid eous swelling on the neck, nhlcli 1 Lad suffered from over two yeara." I.rtirorrlirrri or IVIillcs, Oral Ian Tumor, l td tue I Iteration, Female Diseases. Pr. J. D. S. Clinnnlng, of New York Clly, writes i I most cheerfully comply with the requestor your ngent in anylngl hava found your Sarsnpai Ilia a most excellent nlter.itlre In tho ntinieicns complslnts for whleli we employ such A remedy, but especially In rsnrnfe M'arrrret of tho Scrofulous diiiihesis. 1 have cured many lureter nte cne of fjcncorrl icca by it, and some where the com plaint was caused by tictviltVm of the fifcrwf. The ulcer ation Itself wns soon cured. Nothing wfihin my knowl edge equals it for these female derangements." Kdward . Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, A dan gerous oeoi-ian (Minor on one of the females In yny family, which had defied all the remedies we could employ, has at length been completely cured by your Kxtract of Sar saparilla. Our physician tlionght nothing but extirpa tion could uflord relief, but he advised the trial of your Pnrsnparills as the last resort before cutting, and It prored effectual. After taking your remedy eight weeks uo symptom of the disease- remains." Sy-hlll and Mercurial Disease. Nrw Oai.rAws, 25th August, 186!). Dtt. J. C. Arrnt fir, I cheerfully comply with the re- J neat of your agent, and report lo you some of the eflects have realized wllb your Sarsaparilla. 1 have cured with It, tn my practice, most of the com plaints for which it Is recommended, and hate found Its effects truly wonderful In the cure of renei-eu! oitd Her citrint fWsnnv. One or my patients had Syphilitic ulcers In bis HiiTOt, which were consuming his palate and the top of hi mouth. Your Fnranparllln, steadily taken, cured 1 1 iui lu live weeks. Another was attacked by sec ondary symptoms in bis nose, and the ulceration hnd eaten away a considerable part of It, so that I liolievo the disorder would soon reach bis brain and kill him. Hut it yielded to my admlnlstrntlou or your Siiraaparllla; the ulcere healed, and he Is well sgaln, not of cnurae without some dlshgiimtion to bis fuce. A woman who had been treated tor the eaine disorder by mercury waa sudeilng from this poison iu her Uines. 1 hey had become so sen-' f Hive to Iho weather that on a damp day she suffered ex cruciating pain iu her Joints and bonea. tihe, too, was cured enliiely by your ."araillla In a low weeks. 1 Know tiom Its foi inula, which your agent gave me, thnt this I'lcpaintion fiom your Inboinlniy must be a great remedy; consequently, these truly lemaikable reaulls with it havo not sin prised uie. 1 lulcnuvlly youis, 0. V. LARIMER, M. D. Rhcumntlani, Cout, Mver Complaint. 1 NOKPENDrriCB, l'reston Co., Vn.. th Julv, 1S58. vn. 3. C. Arr.n: Sir, I have been allllcted with a pain ful chronic Hlirumalum for a long time, which battled the skill of physicians, and stuck to me In spite of all the remedieal could (ind. until I tiled your Saiuapnrilla. One bottle cured me III two weeks, and restored my general health so much Unit I am far lietter than before I was attacked. I think it n wonderful niedlelue. J. FItKAM. Jules Y. Cclchell, of St. Louis, writes: "1 bare been ndlicted for yenis Willi en affrctiem of Uie I.irer, which destroyed my health. 1 Iriod every thing, and every thing . filled lo relieve me; and 1 have been abrnken-down man for somo years from no other cause than drrunocment nf the I.irer. My beloved pastor, the Iter. Mr. Kspy, adviseuV me to try your Saraupartila, liecause be said he knew you mid any thing you made was win th trying, lly tlie bless ing of Ood it liascurod lue, aud has so purified my blood as lo make a uew man of me. 1 feel young again. 1'he best that can be euid of you la not littlfgood enough." Sclilrrus, Cancer Tumors, ICnYnrp-ement, I lceintlnn, Carles aud Kxfoliutlon of the iloues. A great rnilety of cases bare been reported tons whore cures of these formidable complaiiita have resulted from the use of this remedy, but our apace here will not admit tliiiii. Some of them may lie found in our American Almauhc, which the agents below named are pleased to furnish gratis to all who call for Uicm. Dysnrpsln. Ilrnrt TMsener, Pita, Epllep y, Melanclioly, Neuralgia. Many ronuukable cures of tliese aflectlons bare been1 made by the alterative jiower of this medirlne. It stimu lutes the vital ruiiclions into vigorous action, -and tlius overcomes disordt-rs which would Ije supposed beyond lie reach. fiiclt a remedy hn lung hern required hy the ne cessilies of the people, ami we are coulideut that this will do lor theiu oil that niediciue cau do. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rou the nario ctsE op touch, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, t ieup, JIi out It II in, Iii lilciit Cou. siimplloii, and for tlie Krlicf ol Consumptive Patients In advanced Stages of the Disease. This Is a remedy so universally known to snrpass any olher for the cure of throat and lung comtijaltita, that It is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, aud its truly wonderful cures of pulmonary diacase, have made It knowu throughout the cJvilixod nattona of tbe eartb. Ilew aro the communities, or even families, among tlum who have not some personal experience of itseflecui- some living trophy in their midst of Its victory over the subtle and dangerous disorder of the throat and lung. Aa all know the drendful fatality of these disorders, and as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not do more than 1. assure them thst It has now till the vir tues that it did have when making tlie cures which have ven so strongly upon tho confidence of mankind. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEE & CO., Lowell, Haas. L I.Tojr, Conneaut ; X. ranmn.Kingsvllle ; Giro. Willakd Ashtabula ; H. B.Stktkxs, Oeneva ; MorciT & Hnowx, Kel loggsville; and by all Druggist and dealers lu Medicines everywhere lyrl'.'S NOTICE The Co pnrtnersliipof Root k Morrison being disfolvcd by the death of E. C. Root, the senior paitner, It ia necessary that the buslnesa of the firm should be closed as speedily as possible. All persons, therefore, baviue Unsettled Accounts, are requested to eall immediately and arrange the nnw Prompt payment will he required, that the liabilities of the brm may be met and rtischrrged. The business will be set tled by the undersigned. If. L. II'IHKISON, Surviving Partner of Hoot i Morrison. Asulauula, June , loci Ilavinfj made nrruiirrmonts to continue business at the Old stand of Root k Morriton, I take this meth od of returning thanks lo the customers aud friends of the latetlrm for their generous patronage in yeara past, aud to solicit a coutluuauc of the same to myself. My Stock of Goods is Full and Complete, comprising all the articles, and many more thau are usually kept by tbe merchants of our villa ;e. Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Heavy nnd Shell' Hardware, Huts Cups, ISoots A Shoes Iron, Steel a Nails, Paints, Oils, Glas3 a Putty are kept In full stock, and will be sold at very low figures for pay down. All kinds of produee taken! n exchange lor goods at oash prices. The times and my circumstances wi l not admit nf long wlndi d credits, or credits to doubtful e istomera. To all who are prompt and reliable, I am prepared u extend a reasonable credit, but prompt payment will be required in all cases at the time agreed upon. Pulling snd blowing are entirely out of my line. My desire is to deal fairly and squarely with all. Try me and see for yourselves. Yours truly, Jvue 15, lHiil. . l. MORRISON. X7IIITAKER'S BINDERY VV PAISF.SriLLK, OHIO. All works entrusted him, will be done wllh neatness and despatch, ( all in and see specimens of Workuiausbiu. Of Bee in Mursball s New Block. 4uu DRESS GOODS: IJLACK AND MODE Colored Frcneli -U Merinos Plaid and Printed Engllh Meiinoa, Kept, and fcinbroidered Meriuos, Plain and printed Cotton and Wool and all Wool I'aramalUs, Coburgs. aud all the new styles of Dreas Goods, with names ennumeraUe, eua all I procured and at very low prices lor Cash, at MOKKISON a Hoop Skirts. pIIOENIX Co., Make, In great Vane- -a- ty of btyles, biugie chain, Iliauwind, and doubts and tiipple lllumoud, a very aecii'ed Improvement, so say the Ia. dies, aud very cheap, at Ml Hlil.SO."o. Boots and Shoes. II AVINCJ MADE this a leading branch Of bmtine Ibr jar patt, I am nrjai-ed to Mil any ia thb liutj ffou, Utt ewut claldsi mck lo fine A Clf buot ot mm rood uumlitv uid at an low vrirem mm nun thing No. I U Cuuud lu tit Couut. H. I.. M0H1.I8UN. Huts and Caps. RE AT VARIETY of t A 0 XV wbl tliese Goods bleb will be sold without regard to coat as I wish to elose thein out, prioes froul lu cent up. If you wont auy. tlilug in this uueyoa can save a larte irouUo by bovlug MoHHlsurJ. PAINTS and OILS Raw and Dolled. Mnaeed Oil, Terpentine, Japiaui, and (-opal YamUhea, While Lewd, both Dry and Oroundlu till, Black ud Ked Lead, Ve netian, Ked, Ysllow Ochre, Whiting, Putty, Paint and Val 4ib tlrushsa, cheap as Ins sUapvel, at NoKKlboXlj. Tiis V.zci.i .:'. I Tn VVa has Uroon t A Win or Kxter mi nation aoainst Uaj Tkf.th, Had CkKATii, I'ikrasko Uums, Tootu aciir, Earacuk, and Nkuraloia. OUIl ARTILLERY 13 DR. W1YL B. IIURD S DENTAL TREASURY : ' A COMPLETE SET OF REMKDIF.8 FOR PRESERVING THE TEETH, PiRiKYixo TriK Breath, and Motin AKO Curing Toothache and Neuralgia. COKTEKT3. Dr. HurtTe Celebrated Movlh Wash, ont bottle. Dr. nurd's Unrquulltd Tooth rouder, on tOt Dr. Hard's Magic Toothache Drops, one bottle. ' Dr. llurtft Unrivalled JYturalgia Plaster. Floss Silk for cleaning letueen (he teeth. Tooth Picks, etc , etc. IrET n?)1 nati t DcnU1 0ffi'. W fourlh SL. Drook l"iice, One Dollar, or Six for $5. CT: oyTkInitkM ' "a" VjTFU iirettio far art U m enrk evf.Vfc, riV" fu"owi "cIe n wnd eplely, by mail. The Tbftix ox rREaxRrixa Tkkhr sent .t ij recu.tof 7-u-. Cent,, or four sUm" ' P4'd' 0n The js-Ermi.nia Pubtkx, for N'enrslglk In the free Nr sent, post paid, on rr celpt of 74.rly-A,r; C. Address, ww. n. III RD at CO., Tiii.oiie Building, New York. ,r7 nrB, " MMlt Wa,h Ta",h PoKdcr, and Tooth obtained at your Drug or Periodicl Store,: lr t .ey o-innoL cm,urn.""hem.,l,e " Voir, rcDr.Hurd's Preparations Good? Ind oTs't' nX th'r u '" "'' th"'' a' Mtni, Wilium th,"w who h u"-a tliora longest l(r. " bHllar' i mlnent llentlstof Brooklynf-Treasur! ...J. he.1Ne "rl5 8tu '" Association. Ind these nH i. 7 ,.! ""u ln ""POvate practice for year, i?, Jm,t '-M f Brooklyn or Wi'liam.burgh quei; tlons their excllonce. while .,,o,,.t n.n... v5 v.-.i. recommend them ..the best known u, tbe profession. Wilh grosa. dverth,lg, dealers have sold them by th. The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Time, oars: We are happy to kuow that our friend llr. flurd, i succeeding beyond all expectations with his Mouth Wash and foath Power. The' great secret ofbls success res- with the fsct that bis article are precisely what they are reprcteuted to be, m we can trelily iroin their long nee." ' The well known P,T. Darnum writes: "I found yoar Tooth' Powd- r so pood I that my lamily have used it all up We lind . .V""1 J ,",wder '"' he ,"elh nsed. 1 shall leel obliged iryou send me auother supply at the Uiueuiu at your couveuieuce, with bill." teflo'r "rmseTf"' L" tb,t "'- t tjr.?mn of th ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr. HurdV Tooll, Powder contain, no acidoralk.il, nor charcoal IZi poliaLes without wearing the euamel. Use no other. What will Dr. Jlurd's Rtmedks EJfed ? I Dr. Nun' Vnntl. --a t . n ... . thrmoII.,irr "y".1- Warh,-U,dToo,h l deans. wllTa ii'? t,r'Xi" '" "'""roina; more pleasantly. Huudied. of persona can teatlly lo thV Try tliem, gehtlemen. Dr. Hurds Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder are the best preparations in the world for curing bad Breath and givina lirmnesa and health to the gnma. llundieds of cases if dls? eoiwd Ulreding gums. Sore Mouth, Cuk.r, etc, ha been eured by Ds.idurdsasirliigentwaali. Dr. ITurd's Month Ws.li Tnnr r .i , . .. tional charm to courtship, and make husbands more agreed hie tn thul- vl m..A i . .... . n , . ; '"i " w,,e. io uieir uusuiuiua. They iiuuiu ow uses oy every person Having Artijieial Teeth, which are liable to impart a Umt to the month. Dr. Uurds Toetuoclie Drops cur. Toothache orlaing front exposed nerrew, and are the best friends that parent can have iu tlie house to save their children from torture and them selvts Iioji loss of sleep and sympathetic suffering. Fanners and Mechanic! you cannot well aiTord la neglect your U-eth. For a trilling sum, you eon get newpreservalive. than which Rothschild or Astor cau get nothing better. He. member Uiat Dyipcpsia and Con Amp! to mf tlie lunge often originate in neglect of Teeth, hend for tb. "Treatise on Teeth, and read Or. Fitch's observations on this subject. If too late to aircst decay in your teeth, save your children's u-eth. Neuralgia, Piasters. Dr. Ilurd's Neuralgia N'on. Adhesive Plasters are the most pleasant and suscenslul remedies rer prescribed for Ibb painful disease. The patieui applies one, soon seaoanes draw y, falls asleep, and awakes free from pain, and uo bitter or other unpleasant or inj uriouseonaequences .nsu. For csh ache and A'errotut llemdaehe, apply according to direction, aud relef will surely follow. Nothing can be obtained equal, to Dr. Hurd'a Oouipraas for Neuraliria, Trv them. Thar an.. entirely a novel, curiouu, and original preparaUon, and wonr derfully aaeceasfuL Thev ar. of two aisee, one small, for tb race, price io eenis, nnu me oiuer large, lor application to the body, price tl cents. H iU mailed q rtcuft af price ae) aas damp. WHAT ARC THE PEGPLE DOING? The American people are Intelligent enough tei appreciate preparaliuna that contribute so much to tb. happluesa of those using them: Every mall brings us letters, some oi dur ing 'Ike Irialue aa 7iA. soma the innlsi'a rtnere. and not a few enclosing 37 oeuls for the AiatlA M as, to ba sent Dy mall, but to theee We are compelled to reply that It I. tuiiioMibl tn send a hall-piut buttle by mail. The people, waut these Remedies. h k tntl mppl) tkeml Kuw ia the CIIANCC FOR AGENTS. Shrewd atrent. can make a small fortune In earnler these. article aruund to fixrailie. Th. JJemtmi Trefmry Is tli. otaU est artiel. that a man or woman can carry around. Beud fu eoe, aud ore, or, better. doaeu, which w. will sell, ss ssmplea, lor f 7, ageuui suppuuo ueerauy aim I Irculara. SftioYm la tl.. tim. lo go tuto th. busiiteas, to do good, nnu uiak. a protlt. W. .r. spending thouaaoda for tbe benefit of agents. Kew England men or women! her. la something kuat, ood Sr cuaao. to tahe LU. tide at lui flood. Address, WM. B. lltKH db CO., Trlbuu. Buildings, Mw York.. That remittance, mar be made with oonHdence. W. H. n: k Co. relerto tb. Mayor of Brooklyn; toO. W. (lairrirw,, PiMident Farmers' and Citlwns1 Bank, Brooklyn; tn Jot row, to, Ksw Yoik to P. T. Bawii., Kewyoik, etv t.