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BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Boldikr' aid t Grand E.ttertainmknt at Sunn' likhh) ow Wrdnksdat , Kvinino 6km. TiiiRit I Tht Ladies of Ashtabula propose to hold a l"entivV ttiO availa of which to go for tho benefit and, comfort of our soldiers. In Southern clime, and pMsing through the most sbkly .cation of Hi yoa'r, In addillou to tho or dinary hardships And calamities of war, how no ccJssry that we exert onreolves to admiuister to their want a relievo the sick A snfforing among them. : If wo can do thia, and administer pleas ure At home At the same time, we fulfill A double mission. The ladies Are making every ArrAnge mont to Accomplish this twofold result, lie sides table luxuries, thoy have provided for so cial oud loteilectual entertainment. Oar owo Brass Band have kindly volunteer ed their services for the occasion. Tbcy will not fuil to give us some of their best palriotio ood other Airs. Prof. Uopkiins, always a favor ite, And most welcome ou these occasions, will preside at the instrument, and others gifted with song, will be present to enhance the interest and ntertaiomenL The occasion will uot ooly be a pleasant one, but give all an opportunity to testify their sympatliy for the soldier. Door opcu at 7 o'clock. .Admuwion fee 10 cents. ' " -' 'Tn Blow on Wednesday evening was very severe, doing considerable damage in prostrat ing., Irecs,. fences And crops. Widow Sidney Sweet bad three horses escape from the pasture by the blowing down of the fences, and getting upon the rail road track, were all killed. The rain was very timely and refreshing. Meeting in I'ltmoutij. -There will bo a Meeting At the Center of Plymouth on Friday evening, August 29tb, for completing the quota of volunteers, And for raising the bounty for them.1 Every man id the township should be present, as this is the last day we can work to save our township from drafting. Mill. Com. Jcvkkilb CoNCKitT. A Juvenile Vocal Con cert will be given at Smith's Hall, Ashtabula, on Friday Evening, the 29th inst by Mrs ScRoaoj' Class, of some sixty young, misses, with instrumental accompaniments, and asiisted by Miss Carkik E. Hall, and other amateur village talent.' As the object of the class, and this concert, is to promote musical taste and culture among the yonngpeople of the village, will not oar citisens generally ' give this enter tainment their attcution, encouragement and patronage t Doors open at 7, Concert to commence at 7 J o'clock. Admission 10 ceuts. No postpone, mcnt on account of wcalhcr. Ducrow & Bros, we understand, are looking for a brisk business In the uudertnking line, from the poor wrecks of humanity with which Surgeon Gilkey, and the iuexorable draft have peopled our regiu. They are good mechan ics and very worthy citizens, and the servi ces they render whether merry or sad, will be reudered with becoming promptness and energy. Tub Primary Meetings. On Saturday of the present week, the Delegates will be choson to the Congressional and County Conventions. Each Township will see to the getting out of its proper Delegation. Collector fob tub .Nineteenth. We perceive by the Cleveland popcrs that our very estimable fellow citizen, Judge Fassett has received the appointment of Collector for this district, under the federal tax law. A better appointment could hardly have been made, while the favor shown to this location is one that we are happy to ac knowledge. Socthwick's Batterv. Those having friends in this Battery, now at Dec hard, Teno. to whom they wish to send, may leave their packages at this effice nutil Mouday evening next, as a packet will be made np at that time and despatched for the Battery on Tuesday morning. t Sifted. It is a source of do little pride, to Cud how prompt and general has been the response of - the able-bodied citizens of this vicinity, ioHhe-caII of their cbantry. The few that are left to answer to the pro posed draft;( are scarcely sufficient for a cor poral's guard. Surgeon Gilkey's ordeal, or rather, we might say, filter, through which the residuum of our population has been for a day or two passing, reveals the fact that so general has been the patriotic response, that according to common fame there is not one in a score now amoDg us but is the suffering victim of some malady by which the pleasures of life not only, but the ability to tackle its' duties, are very much circumscribed. One has a perverse toe nail, or an unlucky weakness of the pedals, by which bis locomotion is seriously imped ed ; another lacks bottom, and his wind gives out ; auother has a weak stomache so that victuals don't taste good ; kiuks in ip the teudons of the limbs, aud old frac tures are astonishly prevalent ; palpitations, aches, weaknesses, and so on, ad infinitum, are among the iuGrmities that afflict, most of those whom the great patriotic BtampcdV has . left among us. While these revela tions flatter our patriotism, the picture pre sented of the kind of reliance that our wo men and children are to have, is not so con soling. Though the lack of male soundness and energy may be in part compensated for by a little assumption of the deficient qual ities on tho part of the ladies,' we see uo way of saring the race, (provided the war contiuues and our men are not returned to us,) from degeueralion,dwarfishness of soul aud body.ahd driveling imbecility geueraily. i. . j . 7-. i , .' Judui Hitchcock has bean appoiutod by the Secretary of War, Commissioner of Military Prisons, And Is now temporarily abseut'at Co lumbus oo busiuess connected with his appoiut-ma.- Painesoille Tel, ' We aro not ut al) surprised that the Grenada Jlppeat, lu a recent editoriul, designates Yallan digbam ( aud pen Wood as among,,. the only true frieuda of the South now iu Mie'North. Tke Richmond Whig extends the list by ad diaa Wallace of the The A. Y. Herald, and alto that concern Itself, , . ' , .0. W. Nsi.soi, Dentist will bo In hi rooms at tlin VkV ITnnai. Monday Pent. lttt and re main during the week. Revolt of the Minnesota Indians,—Burning of the Towns. ST. PAUL, Aug. 22. Mr. Wickoff, Assistant Superintend ent, on his way to tho upper egoncics, met a. messenger six miles from Fort Kidgely, on Monday' 'mOrrilng'ubnonncmg'ail out break at tho lower Sioux Agency, and the murder of nil the whites except a fow. Ctipt. Marsh set out immediately with 45 men. . At a ferry opposite tho Agency ho encountered a large body of warriors, who opened fire on them.and after a few volleys, a large body of ambushed Indians in the rear fired upon them, killing a number of men. A retreat was attempted across the river. White iu tho water the Iudians killed the Captain, three sergoants and four corporals. But seventeen returned to the Fort. On Monday night the lights from burn ing buildings and grain stacks was seen in all directions. Escaped citizens came into the Fort during the night, giving accounts of horrors too terrible for imagination to conceive. Mothers came in in rags, and barefooted, whose husband and children were slaughtered before their eyes. Chil dren camo who witnessed the murder of their pnreot8,or the burning of iheir homes. The roads in all directions to New Ulra, are lined with murdered men, women, and children. J. J. Torter, of Mankato, a member of the last Minnesota Legislature, arrived hon last, evening for arms. He is ono of the Committee sent to New Ulra to learn the truth of the reported murders, fie ar rived at New Ulra on Tuesday morning and found the people prepared to bury five per sons murdered. Others were being constant ly found most horribly mutilated. lie saw four person 8 wounded, in one roora,cut with lmtehets in their heads and arms. A little girl wos cot across the face, breast.and side, a liUlo boy was dreadfully cut tip ; al.-o, a middle aged woman. - Iu an adjoining room he saw a child with its head cutoff, and 27 others mutilated with gashes. The people of New Ulra are drilling with what arms tbey can got.and are fully awake to thoir danger, and are determined to de fend tho town to the last. Mr. Porter left New Ulm Tuesday morning, and was over taken by a man who reported that the In dians attacked tho town two hundred strong at 5 P. M , and burned sev eral buildings ; several citizens were seen to fall. Tho people had gather ed together and barricaded the streets. Letters to Gov Ramsey say that hund reds are known to be killed, and, it is be lieved, thousands. Gov. Ramsey yester day ordered the militia with horses to the scene. Tho Mayor of Henderson, Ky. has gone over tothe icon I army, all the members of the city eouncil have been arrested for refusing to tho take oath of allegiance. They were subsequently released upon resigning and giving bonds iu $5,000 each. The pro perly of the mayor has been seized and n new elrc'ion ordered. The place is locuted on the Ohio south of Evansville, Indiunn. New Orleans, by recent accounts, rcmuius healthy, but the weather was very warm Success in Arkansas. WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. The following official dispatch has been re ceived HELENA, Ark., Aug. 24, via CAIRO, 25. To Major General JIalUck : Satisfacto ry dcws is received from the navy and army expeditiou sent down the river. Near Mil likcu's bend the rebel transport boat Fair Play was captured with a large cargo of arms and ' ammunition. Tho rebel force was pursued by the troops to Monroe, Louisiana,' where there is a railroad and telegraph. The depot was burned and tho telegraph destroyed, cutting off nil communicatioa and connection of Vicksburg with Little Hock and Providence, La. Thirty-five pris oners were token and a large number oi' ao groes,whrr were in the rebel force. Our troops brought nwny eleven hogsheads of sugar,, Tbreo baggage wagons aud six trucks were destroyed, not having any means of trau?portatiou tc bring them tu the river.' ' ''.'' A portion of our force with rams, enter ed Yazoo River where a battery of forty two pounders and two field pieces were tak en, the enemy fleeing without firing a gun The heavy pieces were destroyed, and the field pieces were brought away. The ex pedition ocended to Yazoo above Sunflower, and returned bp the Mississippi. . Troops are scouriug the shores and scat tering the guerilla camps with great success. This is the substance of Col. Wood's report. Much credit is duo acting Flog Officer Phelps, who commauded the naval forces, Col. Ellet who camruauded tho rara fleet, and-CoL. Wood, of thev 76lhs Ohio,- who commanded, a brigade of the 4th division of this army. A Ccmbt is new visible iu the region of the North Star. It can be seen immediately ufter dark East of the Handle of the Great Dipper. Its appearance is similar to the comet of last year, only do quite so much so. Payment or Bounties. Bouoiies paid and to be paid by the. Government to new volunteers, already amounts to 87,000,000. Of these , 000,000 have been paid. The President has created the new Depart ment of the Ohio, composed of the States of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and that part of Kentucky east tf the Teuuessee River and iucluding Cumberlaud Gap. Mnjor Geueral Wright is the Commander-in-Chier. j BALTIMORE, August 25. The passonger train on the Winchester Railroad which left thereon Saturday after noon for Harper's Ferry, was fired Into a bout half way botweeu those points by a party of 50 guerrillas and Edward Lucas, the express messenger, was badly wounded. The conductor of the the traiu foolishly stopped it in compliance with the orders of the gang. Four soldiers of the 1st Michigan regiment were taken prisoners. The train with its contents was then des troyed aud the guerrillas made off with thei prisoners. Omwki.l has sent 71 men into the Quid since the war began. Tbey pole about 133 votes. IIOU. J. Tt Pluenlund mrilu nil iKa'olo t' r i irum iuauaota"! stayed at New Uli last night and saw most horrible sights Ira one instance or eirrht ki;.. !,. men with their throats cut from ear to car, skulls battered, limbs miitili,i ., Our bfjinion is that uot less than 500 have been massacred. . Large portions of Blue Earth and Brown Counties have been ucpopuiawu aua tuo crops abandoned At vna ' Union Contstioi, Franki.ii T. D AC?"; prominent lawyer, and very worthy ciliaen of Cleveland, of the conservative school of politicians, received the nomination of Su preme Judge. . For Attorney General, Chaunccy N. Olds, a brother of Kdson the traitor, but a very dif ferent, And a very excellent man, a Republican, and citizen of Columbus, has the nomination. Mr. Kcnnon, tho candidate for Secretary of State is the present incumbent by appointment. He la a war democrat. Tho candidate for School Commissioner, Mr. Ileukle, seems to bo very littlo known. The papers talk abont McClcilan's ormy being out of danger now ! The disbanding of Hunter's black regi mcuts is admitted by the Tribune. Their noti recognition by tho government is tho cause assigned. TitURi.nw Weed. Mr. Thulow Weed goes to Europe in two or three daysnpon the same errand that ho went before. The Government feels easy on the score of intervention for the present, but Mr. Weed goes over to watch certain matters in Eng land aud Funce. It is said that other distinguished men will follow him. Wash. Cor. Eve. Post. SPECIAL NOTICES. Comity Recorder. f. P At Vina, oflUrti rmve will l a cftndiUt hwfnre tlm Union Convention for the olltce or Kftconlcr. Mr. Atkins htn had the mlnfortun t lnne one of hi foet, nod nt?1ft lutMfitance. Ilia frirndu believe bin oompttit, and wUh bin nmninaUen. Uaktmirovr. ' P1UZS2 POETUT. ( lt CMvfUn boftiit of drxdd In war And Minfttrela tune tlmtr street guitar, . A nnbie theme tnjr ktari it fllla r Id praine of llKHKicK'a ma tellies Pill, Their cures are fonnd In every land Ami d KiMtsra's snows and Afrlc's snnd; Their wondrons work the papers fillt Produced by IIkkkmk's mutch Whs Pills. poes disease afflict yo? do not douht ' This charming-compound will warcu it out. And health Hfniln yvur Hvstom 1111k. If you fly at v nee to IIkkkick'h Pills. They're snfe for oil both old and young Their pmles are on every tonirtio; IHsvaw't diaanmrd, no lonrrkills, . , .nee we are blessed with IIkkhick's Pills. ' 0"jsr Put np with English. Spanish. German and French directions. Price M cents tier box. Sugar Coated. Sold by dealers, mercliantsand grocers everywhere. 11064 See AdvertlsemcutofWATSos'a Nkcraloia Kixg. In ano ther column. Dental Notice. At the poliritation of a few pntmna tn Ashtabula, I have eniraed rooms at the Fisk House, and will be there on Monday the 0th day of June, to renin in one week, and on the first Monday in each month tluTinftrr, to retnnin one week U. W. NELSON, Duntivt. Councaut, June 3d, tjjO. Instruct ton In Mneee. PROF. T. H. HOPKINS, whose Ion if experience and sneceHS as a Teacher and Per former qualities him for the woik, holds litiuselt in readluetw for giving instruction upon the Orgao, Tiauofurte, Violin or Guitar, at his rwhleuce in Ashtabula, from Friday Ktemnp nntil Mtmday ISoon and from Tuesday renins until 'ikurulaif ftoon. In eoi.nectioii with the Union School in Conueatit, sir II. will be found at the It hike House in that place, there matuderof the term. Sheet Music and Books furnished when desired. His terms are reasonable. Instruments for use in instruction, furnished at Ashtabula and Conneaut. Instruction iu Vocal Music will be driven for one or more tolces. Aslitahitla.Dt-e. 20, ISfll. FOU RKIVT. Over nr store a nice large 'and very pleasant front room with closet. nr2Rjl!c?JRI?- Matthews' Chncclate Worm Drops I Never fail to destroy and exterminate all kinds of Intestinal Worma. Are perfectly reliable In all crises, and ftr superior to any and all of" the Faney Worm Confections, and nauseous Vermifuges In tise. They rosy be taken at all times with per fect safety, as they contain No Mercury, or other deleterious driif. Mothers should always purchase them and give their children no other. No cathartic whatever, ts Of censary tn be given. Each box contains 24 Props or Lozenges. Price 26 c. For Sale by all Drupgists and Dealers in Medicines. A.I. Matjikws, Gen. Agent, Buffalo, 018 and Fort Erie, C. W. MARRIED. In Almont, Mich., at 'ho residence of Warren IJ. Donaldson, by the lie v. Mr. Uordon, Mr. Wm. 13. Largr Jr. of Ashtabula, O. to Miss IIattik A. Bimzik, of Lapeer, Mich. In Mechanicaville, Aug. 15tb, by Rev. S. L. Wilkinson, Miss Mary M. Chapkl, to Mr. Ja cob Jonrs. In Austinbarg, Aug. 24th. by Rev. A. D. Barber, Miss Laura R Sukpard, to Mr. Daniel E. Quixbt. DIED. Ia Richmond, Ang. 18th, Samuel J. Adams, aged 52 years. In Williamslleld, Aug. 20th, Jonx Rice, in the 73d year of his age. I cFierpont, Aug. 18th, Mrs. Lvdia Benja min, aged 33 years. A Card to the Ladies. Dr. Duponco's Golden Pills for Females. Infallible In correcting, regulating and removing obstructions, from whatever caiue, and rut urn nature tu it proper channel. THE Combination of Ingredients ia Dr. Duponco's Golden Pills are perfectly harmless. They have been used In the private practice of Dr. Duponeo for over thirty years, and thousands of ladies can testify to their great and new falling success iu almost every case, in correcting irregularities, relieving paiuful and distressing menstruation, particularly at the change of life. From five to ten Tills will cure the common, yet dreadful complaint, the lucoreah. Nearly every lady In the land sufTers from this complaint. The aliore pill has permanently cured thousau(Lj,aud will cuie you if yon use them. They cannot harm you on the contrary, they remove all obstructions, restore nature to its proper channel, and invigorate the whole system. Prllce $100 per box. Sold by GEO. WILLAUD, Sole Agent for Aahtabul Township and County. LADIES! Ity stnJinghlm $1.00 to the Ashtabula Tost Of. flee can have the pills seut to any part of the county, free of pobtage by until. Hi IS. Beware of Counterfeits Dot no Golden Tills of any kind unless the box la signed St I. Howe. All others are a base imimsition and unsafe; there, fore, as yon value your Urea and health, (to say nothing of being humbugged out of your inomy) buy only of those who show the signature of 8. D. Howe on the box, which has re cently been added on account of the Pills being oounterft ited. The ingredients composing the above pills are made knowo to every Agent, and they will tell you they axe safu, and will portonn ail that is claimed for them. Hold also by B. C. Ely, U Irani, Pa.; John 8. Carter, Erie; Moody Jt Clark. Palnesville, O. Wholesale In New York, by Hall k Uuckel, wholesale Drug 1st 218 Greenwich Street and by 8. D. Howe, Sole Proprietor, New York. NEW SHOE SHOP. Ilarrjr Redhead wishing to have a chance In among the nps and downs of life, has taken the new shop next to M. O, Dicks' &Ure, where he intends to fill orders for work, F6L- From a Baby's Cack a Gents Fine Doot which will b. mail, under o s eje, and with sa hous f. ruaos to dursbiiity and Uute, fTTA sbsre of public patronage la solicited. Aahtsbula, June Vi, 180i. MT H. RKDHEAD. The News ! The News ! ! NO PEACE YET! YOUNG AMERICA IN THE FIELD! Reinforcements Arrived Just ia the Kick of Time. - Uensral Detllitjr Falling Backl Kcio York Evacuated ! ! smith & gilkey Have just received new aud desirable Styles ia Ladies' Dress Ooods Black Silk Sacques, Summer Cloaking, Dlatk and White Checks, Brown Checks, Magenta, Plaids, and Mixtures in great variety; Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, Silks, and Jritnmngs. , : N. 13. All Goods cold Cheap for Cash SMITH dlLKEY. ' Asstabuls ,Juo liili, i-9 VI I? a w Vi O of Oh a 4 3 - Ui S; orT cj m CO B o u p H 4 U H 0 H 0 R 0 a. O So rs (A o o o to O (S O u v H C 03 3 bo 3 Head Quarters for Dry Goods THIS SPRING WILL HE FOUND AT S m i t h tj' Gil h c ij ' s, w IIO Arc now receiving nnJ opening a r.ich and Varied Assortment of Ladies Dress Goods. Plain. Plaid and Rep Mohair, TItmalnya T, outers, WomM'iieR Check and l'litfd lleigo Aug lain, thai lies, Tlaiu and Kigurfd I .awns, OrgandliA, ha, . . . Trints and Domestic Goods. Wido Shoetlngs and Phlrtlngs, BatU, Wadding, Twine, lc Heavy mi'iienta coiions tor one suuting per aru. Clack Silks. , - We continue to keep st tlie Old Price, selling nn excellent thing at 10 abillinga. Alio, Poult d' Soie. aud block Seeded, Silk. Mourning Goods. nnmbiuincs, Alnoccam Crape Morcts, Tbiba Tool Lonir SbawLa. Carpets, and so forth. Cocoa sad Rutb Multinga, Oil Clotbi 2)4 jriuds wide. . Hoops and Balmoral Skirts. Meu's Knglith Cottoa Wrappers ond Drawers. Caxxlnierca sod Summer Stuna a full and good Aaaortment Wall Paper, Window Shades la Oil, Taper and Musliu Judd's 1'uteut, Shade fixture. Remember We Buy and Sell tor Casli and you will And ua at tbe bututm Price. Ashtabula, April 20, 1K62. SMITH k GILKEY. Butter Wanted ! BUY WALL PATER OP M. O. DICK. GILT MOULDINGS & PHOTOGRAPH FHAMKS, At reduced prices. - iuch Moulding at lets per 'ont. U M M (J m at 2 . m ;.- u m h Oval Frames from 62J to $1,75. ; M. O. PICK.- New Goods ! New Goods ! ! A Large and Very Full Stock Just Open ing at , A. ITEXDKY'3 Drug Store. AGAIN. A Splendid assortment of the be t Limerick FUh Hooka, for Boas, Percb,liunoa,Cat, Pickerel, Trout, to. LINES. Sea-Grass, Lines and Silk, from 24 to 100 rest Ion. , ALSO Floats, Bobs, Cans Toles and Joint Rod. all new. Fur sals at A. HENDRY'S Drug StonkJ BrdAHs Tis, Corrtk, Spies, FKrria, SOAPS: Irisits Yai.tuw, Caxtilb aud Fine Suavi.vu. Psxa I'sscils 1'a.v holdshs, aud a large variety of the beat kind of Smoking aud CliewiDg- 'l'obaoco. Cignrs etc. A henutilul assortment of Perfumery for Idioasud Oeutls. locdat llENUKY'H UrugUtura.1 DrvUQS AND MEDICINES. DRUUd, MKDICINE.-I. UYB woona, . , CUEMiOAI, , : DYB STl'FFS, Madder, Cochineal, Muriat of Tin, etc., etc. For imie Lu Urge or small ciuantitira st A. liKNDKVB Drug fcU.ro. WINES. . Pure Catawba, Ileidseok, Port, (pure luicc) Sliorry, Malaga, Mailcria, snd Hheubarb, a uesr Holendid article for atoknea aud atedle al uwrniwes, at 11 EIMUUY'K Drug Burs. , RRAKDIR of all kinds. Rum, (Ssnta Croii ) KVM, JamMia, HOLLAND UIN, SCHElkllA VI SI'IIATI'S, LONDON CORDIAL UlN, aud the be.t WIII.KKY iu ium, bsiug kerreclljr yurs, at liKMiHY's Drug Stui. COAL OIL LAMPS, A lus 8 took and a Nsw Burner, you can l'I(ht tlis mkk with out taking oil lue tuknnej- Cvsl Oil S7 'Scents a K'I"U at ilKNDUV'S Drug blora. Terpentine, Venice Turpentine, nsuatd, T'sints t Oili by, quautity aud in swail cans for family use. Yarui.iieR, Coi-li l urolture Cual snd Deuur, OH or tiline, DiU-uaUoes Tar l'slrvlsuui, taw-alial Oilr, tswsces Ac at lUiNaiiY'Si Uruj 8tur. News lxtrnordinary ! Com. i'orler in .Veie Orleans, or soon trill, he. IT.'.". n.lT Vlon of ,irn,!. t while Largest and Best Selcctod Stock of BOOTS k SHOES, ' ' Ever brought into this Market. CoirprUltjf alt !h new alvlos of the season. srleHed wltli great enre to anppljr all the wants of tho trade. Mr rttrck lit Very Large, and will bs sold at prices , ; ' f ; ; , Down Below the l.mretl! I iiks the tnoka of the 8tsn Rank Note of Ohio as we'l as r.asura ntiis, tn pnjment tor uooda, and will not Refuse Produce, That la eaally turned tor money, fiut prorr.tsea to pay Next Wwk, ' ': ".' o a Next Mouth, la not my rule. Aalitnbnls, April tt, lr,2. T. 8. LAY. s2P E E R'S SAMHUOI WINE, U'-aV-. 8AHIUICIS TllEK OF POUTIQALI Tlie great Heioedy f r Kidney anfectlona, ithcutiKitl.ni,' aad an ironic om,i;ttnis. An Excellent Wine for Females! Every Family bliould use prcrs Snin- nnri inc. i.e,fraxei lor its rtitnictrmi ana iH-nfficml (imlitifs as a ppnulne Stimuhint, Tonic. Diuretic ard Sndn rilic, highly csU-pnwd hy emint'iit physicians, aud some oi the first families of Eninpe and America. As a Diuretic it fmpar a a hctUlty nctinn to the Chimin and Kidneys and t'rinnry Ortnns wry )vtwVic'u in lu-npsy, tiom, r.rupMimtt, aim i;iie-i:ntic aik-rtioris. As a Sudorific It opens the pores and expels alMm purities hy m.f liable iratiun, therehy driving off Erup tions and cleuuhing tliestiificp, givini; toue and vifjnr U tin--lnle sysUm, and a Hloomimj, okt, aud Ukaltiiv cniidi- ll on iu uie o k i n anu Lilii!ei"li. SiM'r Vlne is mt a miture or nnanfscftirctl ar ticle, out is nine, rrom me juice or lue rortiiL'nl .nnihnctis grape cultivaiod in the U. 3. and rodmtnouded hy Cheiis s and Physicians as poeiii mt diciiuil properties Kiipriir in any inner w.nrs in use, and an exieiieni aiticlo tor all weak ard dehiltated perrons, ami the ned and inrlnti, im Di ox-in if tliPHiirHite. and benelittinir ladh-s and chilitrea. A l-i a file a iurt because it will not intoxicate as other nines, ns it contains no mixture of spirits or other Honors, and isadmiied for its rich peculiar flavor, and nutritive properties, hiinartinir a healthy tune to the ditreslhe nrinuis. nun u uuMMinni;, pmhi, ami iieauny vsin auu COUipiexUill. We refVrtnafcw well known gentlemen and phvslcians, who have tried the Wine : ien. WinAeldPentt, V. 8. A. Ir. Wilson, lltrt st.. X. Y. "i Oot. Worpau.N. V. Btnt. . 1t. DoHtrhtMs, Newark, N lrs. Daiwy ii ud Nicln-11, Dr, Ward, IVewnvk, N. J. Newark, N.J. . Dr. Parish, Philadelphia, Ta. t-t. ui .1, i. vny, i r. si . rv. v iiuiun, rt, X . lity Anil irifi n v lallirtrij tui mihiuimiiu in i.nKlit.1. None (Tr-iiniiie onirns the signature of A..KRF1T Pi'KKn, I acsiuc, N. J., Ik over tho cork of each bottle. Make one iri.u oi una wine. A. Hi'KKK, l'rnprietnp. Vineyard, at Passsic, N-. J.t Offico, No. 208 Uroadway. Vn r..Le SJ..I.I I... I II.. " For stile by Q WU.LAUD and V. F. COPELaXD, Drutrirlsts, AIIIUIUUIBI t Hilt J A S1I 1'JjANJv 100,000 fi-et Wiite J--a. Ann l 'ink, feouj 2 to 4 inches thick, for which cask will bo paid by JIEliWCK & I1HO. Ashtabula Union School. George V. Wolte, Chi W. Waitb - MiMSAIUII M. SrilOO.VUAKKR, MUs M. J. 8iiakkr, Mi. S. F.. Towkk, SIix SfSA.x SaMraox, - Miss Sl'SAX M. Wll.UKK. A. D. Superintendent. rriuci.al of High School, Assistant in High Schn.,1 - - Grammar School Intermediate Detriment - - - Primarj - Aivihtaut in Priuisrj The School ia Free to ull persons of a suitable afro reaidinfr within I be villain limits, aud the "District attached thereto fur School puqtosea." Forty weeks constitute a year. Terms for pupil" from abroad will be For Primary per snnnm. - t.M For Grammar - - 12,00 For Hlirh School - - - 3600 Tuition pavub le in sdrnnce. - 1 All spplicatious for admission to be made to the S uoerlu teudaut. The Spring Term commences Monday, April 14th, it;'.', and Uie Winter Term January oth. Iab2. 186: It is highly dealrablc that all pupils should begin at the open ing of terms. N'o pupils out of the village will be received foi for a less period than one term, aud no deductions for absence ex oept in cases of sickness or removal. Rev. J- M. 01LLF.TT, ) Rev. JAMES BONNAR, Board of Examiners, ltcv. R. H. COXKL1X. ) H. Fsssn-r. Frett, H. I.. MoHKisnx,7Vcas. ' y. C. Ci li.kt, S Board of Education, J. U. CKOHHY, Btkhiikx IUll. A. F. Hinsisn, Secretary, JPOR 15CT3 One quire Commercial Note, one Package Evelopes snd Six l' M. t. DICK. Leather. WAKD SMITH, by the withdrawal of of F. W . Carlisle, lias sgaln become the to!e propri etor of the Tanning and Currying Business, at the old stand in the village ot Aiditahula, where will be fouud at all times a general asortuieut of , Boot ond Shoe findings, French' Calf, Kip, Liuing and Toppiug Skins, For sale at Wholesale and .Retail, as eheap as cau be found in this or any other Murket W. W. SMITH. All persona baviog Note! and Accounts with me, are here by notified to cull and settle without delay. Arhtabula, May 1MU. bit W. W. SMITH. Pcdlcr's Depot. AND - ; Dairymen's Head Quarters ! on .Vofit IUJge, opposite the Fuir Grounds AsiirautiLS, Ouio. :- ' pYHUS AVERY would Announce to Vythe people nfthUKetna tliat he has opened a Tia-Plmp at tho above tneDtioned place, where be will kevp O-iiiHtautly ou liuud and lor mio chenp, all articles in the tiu liue aud ol a quality that cant be heat. l'KULKRS, MKKC'H ANTH and lUlRYMEtf, will find It for their iiiteivwt to ojven a trade with him. J)A1U V W KN will aim make money by purchasing here. Tin Boo(lu(r, the aeittugap ot Uut Air Furnaces, Guttering and Ear Trough,and to abort Job Work of All Kinds ! rxine In the most approved manner aud witli promptness and dlppatoh. CJXV1XU OF FRUITS, Of all kinds In Its season will be attended to, tu which de partment he promises eutlre satuJactlon. CYRlT3 AVERY. Ashtabula, April 23d, 1802. c a, a r Ell Y. SuowKsor to Collins, Goodsell &. Co. No. 125 J Water 6t. op Stai, ClcTelauJ, U, MANUFACTURKU and Jobber in HaU Caps, Furs, Straw and Millluary Ooods. la coiling your attention to the above Card, allow ins to say that 1 have devoted much time aad labor ia soaaulaoturiug and seleuLihg the must lleairsule btylesot Uie above OooOa, sud Lave now oo baud a large slock, embracing s great va riety of shapes and qualities; aad being familiar with the details of the busiues, from a loug Kxpe'ieiiu ia Kt Yui k City, the unhesitating asiirauee la giten tl'at no nxire fc vorabh. tuducoiuetits ill regular dr. cither l.'.tj,t or Vt fi-t. CA. rVi.uV. . Latcat Arrival ! ! Tho Newest of Goods Opening ' JJaily, HAVING mntle i short visit to Now York dnrlnff the ps?t week, f am now prepared to fur- nlae any qnnnflty of gondii on the shortest noliee. y suck enna)Sts or all ths latest Styles of "Orpsa Goods, f'1lss Clntlis, Checks tnt Boj's Clothing, As. Ptirin, Monierl, ond GernliHno Cbrckn, the prettiest in town, at - , . MoRltlHOrt'3. A lot orclifBrt Tjry Qoods, no Iriw ilint everybody buys them st MORRISON'S. A Splendid lot of Cochcco and Mprri- mae i rinu trara, ima, and rur.le, at MORHPjON'S. " Dlnck and While Check Filk Shawl. ' Chrrk Woolen Shawls, and other stjlea, for PninmeT, net recoived st . . MORRISON'. A new and prdty Style of Goods, for Roys Clothiug, just the thing, eheapand good, st MORRUON'3. Any oiianlity of Summer Stuff Vf (he bast Ms.'erial and Manufacture, at MtmitlSON'S. A full mipply of those most desirable Uollara and CulTK.jUHt received at MUUKIdUN'S. Glop' and Mitts, onr onnntitv, all Ptylrn and Price, st MORRISON'S. Lndie nir Qonts Kid Gloves, flesirnhle colon and low prices, at MORRISON'S. Grenadine Veilrj, Tissues, and nemo-eg, in great prolhsion, at MORRISON'S. Narrow Ribbon for trimminjr, nearlv all colons at . MORRISON'S. While Linen Potket Ilniidkerchitf., from cla. up, Silk Handkerchiefs, Crarats, Keck Tin, lota ol them, at MORRISON'S. A Large snjiply of Hosiery, from the smallest to the largest size. A arm slylcfor Children, Just received at MORRISON'S. A New lot of Misses and Ladies Mor- rocco Boots, very low, st MORRISOKS. A few Trunks for sale low at MORRISON'S. Lots of Crockery, Ilnrdware. Glass. Putty, Paints, Oil (a barrel f double boiled just npcriil.) snd nro-numr, at moki;iso.V3. Grncpries constantly on liaud, the fresh. cct and best, at MOHRIi0..'V. ,- i IJring on your Cutter, rtl', flcsna, and mont anytl ing that (a good, not omitting your biff pnrkct bonk, ar.d a-e forvonrelps. lamalwiivs ready to phow my tixida. Store oni-n from In tbe morn inn until 0 in the eveuir.tf. II. L,. MOKKISOJV. Ashlaonla, dune 15th, 1FB2. " tK.3. "IJAINTS, OILS, &c. 300 gal. Limbed X. Oil 11)0 (THllona Ppenn Oil 100 gallons Tnnner'a Oil 00 giOlpna Ird Oil 50 gallons Lunar Oil 500 gallona Coal Oil 100 gallons Spliita Turentine CO gallons Burning Kluid 40(!alniiii Alcohol, OH per cent. :H)0 lb White lad in Oil VWO0 tb Minerel Paint 600 Hi Yellow Ochre S(K lbs jet Red GOO lbs Putty in Bladders 60 lb Furniture Varnish 40 II Orach Varnixh 00 11m Jap pan Varnish 15 lt Deinar Vnriiish. Alao, t.lirom Grron. P:irif Greer., Hampilen Green, Hirome Yellow, Red Ind, Black Lead, I.ithr iire, Indian Red, Chinese Vermillion, Ivory Itlack. Whiting, and s lari;o niortment of Artists Oilors, 'or sale hy tiGU. WIDLARD. rEUMAXEXT FIXTURE. A. A. Thayer hnu opened n uplornlitl tni-te or rooms over J. . Uubertimn'ii ntore, with Hit hitmilioD of uttiying forty wears, to giv the rwoj.ie oi rtHiiTtti'inn and Lounty nil amuixi, Rome or those KICK riCIlKKS hei8Runont to take. Yea. I intend keep a FIRST CLASS ItOOM. and do all klinln of work, from the lnwert price op to hun drt'Ua of dollar. Tltat new and afleaiiid style of picture THE rilOTOGRAril, taken here, a permanent and beautiful one Old pictures pho tographed, enhiiifed to life size, and colored in oil it desired. 1 Klhll make it my atudy to pleum my customers, aud keep np with the times. 1 invite Hit! attention of my many friends and aennairitances uiruugiioui uie county to iuaykks uoojia, to get The Beautiful Picture you want J aud to all I sny "Come and See." A. A. THAYER. March, 1800- F")R. S. O. CLARK, German. Rofoim- -M-S ed I'ripothic Physician and Surgeon, (formerlr of the nnn of Clark s rjihHi.nl ,.n l. H.l . .u r'l, .i,uuIWU al mo luounimr tunes and places: Will be at his office, No. 02 Oardcn street, Cleveland, Cliio Uie Intit week r,rl, n . , . . 1. Conneant, Treinont nonse... . Rent 2d. Ashtabula, Fisk House, ...... do 3d. Oenevo, Cnioii House to 4ih Centerville, Wheeler House,.... do 6th Paincsvillo, Cowlea House, . ... do (ill. Charge for medicine for one month, from $1.00 to $2.00. Pit. S. G. Clauk, Tlavlng had seventeen years expenmsi In the pracl'ee o' medicine, .luring which tiinche haa treated thounamts of pa tients in all forms of acute and chronic diseases with nnnar alelled success (of which some of your friends or neighbors eon testify ) and la prepared to give relief to all who in.iv ap ply. Particular attention will be given to the cure nf'cos rillTlox, and all diaoonca of Uie lungs and chost, Disrs-psia, N'en ona Diseases. Female derangements of every character will be treated with success. Also will cure old sores and all eruptive diseases of wliat ever character they may be. He makes use of universal Bat imieat remedies. So calomel or other deleterious drucs are osed. Persons at a distance desiring advise and Medicine, will send a general discretion of the appearance of the urino, with a correct statement of Uie cause, origin of the disease, aud a ("'r nisM.rr oi me sympwuia. Willi name.age, &c All cominonicutioos must be directed to , 8. 0. CLARK, M.D Cleveland, Oct lftfil. G. W. NELSONS DENTAL CIBCU.LAB: Associated in practice for the pa?t two years wun ur. nm. if. juagiti, tn Erie, I'u. Now permancully located iu Conneuut, O. HAS lately niitlutl pr really to hid fucilities for the nionufactnre of Artificial Teeth, t Vulcanite, or Hard Rubber. I hare had throe year's experience in Inwrtliig Artlllrial Teeth Uioa f'ersnifr Rubber Rate, aud hare recently ob tained a new (.stent by which 1 ant able to make Knbtier Pistes that are much superior in appearance aud durability, to those made by the old process. Call and see Specimens of the (fork. OPERATIVE DKNTISTUY Peoayed and aehing Teeth restored to beetth and usefulnesa. If vnnr teeth have been rilled and the fillings have failed, or if the toeth are turning black around ihe fillings, rest assured the alterations have been imperfectly and carelessly performed. To persons who have received this kind of treatment, we Would amy eail early if vu wo-h ro preserve your teeth. If they are past doing for' W E WILL TELL VOU 80.' TcsUj extracted with or witlmitt pain. . .. ItKFEKEN'CES. i Dr. Wm. K. Magill. CDentUt.) Eiio, Ta. " W. H Luce, " . , George K Hayes,"" Buffalo. N.'.Y. " S. G. Martin, Syracuse, N'. Y. I. R. Greenlee. . - Meadvillo, Pa. " John C. Cotton, M. D. ! ! JfcXiQwds at v: TUf Now York Book and Fancy Store I A' COMPLETE Assortmeui" iu all tho different branebet - i School and MUcelaneous Book$. ' Itll. It, .,4 Vsf...g Wall Paper, Yankee Xotion fyFuhcy Coodx A fine aaaortiutnt of Photographic Albums & Frames. Gilt Mouldings. I have a lot of second hand School Rook, which I etn sell oheap. All those that want goods lu this line sill do well to buy them of M. U. IHt'K. Tho Confessions and Expcricnco of an Invalid. - - PUISLISIIED FOR THE liENEFIT X- and as a wsniiritrand as a caution in visiiui uisa who euUerfrom Kervoaa IMiilily, Premature Decay, Ac; supply ,n leg al ine mmo one iui uiuaus oi sen eure. By ouu alio has eared hinweif after being pot to a great ejtpeime through, niedieal luiposiliuo aud )Uvtory. Hy euclosiug a post pid alilri'd envelo, aiaoLS ooeise may be had of the author, S A i H A W I E L at A V F A I K , Ey .jjlwl lord, King OoN. y Prints Printa. ' j KAfifsVARDS of. MtriuiW. Cuilcctf,' tliir p.riiie Pkilliu Alto, rri.sw, aud uluer tylt,aU hwl OulsM.-, at ouv i iiuliiu.: Mir vtiivi al U Ins tbs thia at ! Uis by . , all ia In at of rj to on alOltKl,rtu.N"a. . FsunAX'ir;A?Sglrn- the atithsvWr! A rent for A'ntat.nis Coimtr.s ths Mlnw- ' nsrse.l hifiinuic 'ornprtTr'S, whieli hwrs sorrtplieil with lawa ot Ohio, and sr. S'lUioiitcdto transact huNioM la titsts. Wl-wa Ukn os Farm snd iletntched hnlldisrs and rwitcnts the liwet rates of rf.nnnnW.le eOTnpnniea ftir 00s to flvs yar, and On property in rillarrs at fair ra'cs. Lnsssahnnorallysiiutrd and promptly paid. 1 , I ' Homo Insnrance Comnanv. Cvh Capital, all paid In , f i.non.non Hrdns,oTer. .,.tt... sl,'(,Ni Citjr I'irc Insurance Company, ' of wkw A?tw, ims. Caj.ltnl actnslly paid to . , , U41.nnn no, buipiss of over. .,, . . ...f.,, 174,stH 00 rrnmjtt attention to applications from sny part of theonuMr Tb undersigned Is also Acsnt for Uia Cbnrlar Ouk Life Itisnrsnce Company, of Hartford, Coon. reputation snd srtnsl oinditloo of which Is not turps any aompany In the Uuion. Jftnni rACRii, agsni. A.titahnla, March H, A Carft-IInrtng heea compelled hr Ill-health to retire from tbe prsrtlre of lientNtrv, 1 have transferred my Oihee and good will to tire. WIIITR and ROIIINSlN, gentli men of good morals, and long eipetleneetn the Detdal Probxlnn. As such I do cheerfully reconmiend them to my forroer pHlmms ami eomnmnlty generslly. Those who hsrs tempomry sets teeth of me, and expect permanent ones, may rely on being well served by Ora. White It Robinson, u hy rrr.-lf. AshUbnla, Jan. 1, IHt, a. nAltKKTT. Dental Surgcry-Ncw Arrangmcnt DnS. WII1TK A. BOBlNSOrT, . Puccessors to Dr. A. Barrett, Ashtabala. THE Citizens of Ashtabula and vicinity are raaprctroOy informed, that Drs. WHITK k MOlllN S')N have succeeded Dr. A. Barrett, and may be found at hi former Office, Desirous ol making a permanent residence here; and believing themsrlros eomitent to do first class opera' tiooa in every department of ' Surgical and Mecfianioal Dentistry, ' they ofTMf their prolessinnal services to tha public, with lbs Hnu exui clntion of securing the confidence sod satislactloo et who employ them. Charges will be modemte, and certnlnly as low as those of good dentirts in this reirlnn. We can give ample references, hut after Dr. Barrett's flat tering card, above, we feel ourselvos sufliciently tntrrxlured to theKople. D. C. WHITE. A-ditahnlo, Jan. 1, 1KC2. 62S W. IL ROBINSON. fs 1 s. tj A piTlVut ANTIDOTK, STIvi'iriC and CURK Ibr RHEUMATISM A!I0 NEURALGIA ha lonp Ixvn nwlcl. Afler i-arm-st and pntiont ro. scurcii, this tiss lK-eti triitiuiiliHntiy die CoVfri'd. It is i-aLcd Wn tsoa's Neuralgia King. , WATSON'S NHJi: AI.OIA KINO reaches the source of llio trouble, and rWroisAss tAs rZxcrss tYom the sye tuni. Unliku tho untold uunibi-r ol Liniments aud Krn broenliods whirli merely stimulate the surl'nis nru but Uimporury In their ulleeis. nnd are, at best, of doubtlol virtuo. it STItlKKS AT THK KEAT of Uie ailment, AUIlrJvrS IT, KILLS IT, EUAIUCATKtJ IT, an leuves no trace b.liiud. K'ntooH's XcuriUyin King nlvt Cre GOUT AND DYSPEPSIA, In all Iheir forms. It Is now giving relief to UumtatuU who have been anfTering from then' iliaeascs, and wba huie TiilKl) ALL OTIIEl: UK.MLDIKS in vaiu. Watson's Neuralgia King Has received the highest lextimonlnl from the highest sources in n-nard to its WOXDKUFl'I, F.FFIOACT. It operates with C'lOul snceess In mild and chronio cases, never failing to work out a speedy and pur ma unit euro. Watson's Neuralgia King Tort lmt ono dollar a bottle, and LESS THAU A HUTTI.K olUn effects Uie end desired. VATSOJTS NKI'UAT.OIA KINO Is the only SPF. OIFIO AM) Cl ItK FOU KHKCMATISM aud NKli UALOIA that has ever been discovered. tor Salt ity ull iHaltrt. Prepared only by t A. I. MATHEWS, . Bolfulo. K.Y.. aud Fort Erie. ti. V i GEO. WILL ARD, Agent, Ashtabula. - - M. SMITH k Co, Agents, Geneva, ' , 618 nathaw parish k sqk, Kingwitie . BLACK BROAD CLOTH from Two 1'Ollnra to atx dollars per yard, all wove Caaiilniera fi-oin M-veitty five eenta up, Some of tha well kuuwn ai)4 triH make of the Mechanicitri.le Uida, warranted equal tu anyiUiug lu Uie maj ket fur wear and trar. i. 1. MORRISOW. B LANK BOOKS.- -I will offer at great- ly Reduced Pilces, a a splendid lot of blank books, AT THK LOWEST FKJCBK FOB CASH Stationery, at flgnrea corresponding with the hard Uraea. Having arailcd niyEelfofa rare opportunity of buying then at the lowest Cgnrcs for cash. Also a fine kH of fcotiona. eoninriainff averv fliln In th Variety Line, to be sold at 6 per cent lower than ever sold towu. Cull and examine, aud be ouuviaced that this ia so. October 18C1. J. G, WRIGHT. T S'7 9 -r-k- .1 ur. maun a iipiiitria vurc. I in iiiii.ii.iA a aisenfe tnat lins lor A-' airen, at time, exhibited IU A ll fatalttv in Tartoa ntrtt tha world, and at ntiier times receded mi a tn to be ftlmoMt forgotteo, haa hir the paatfew yem.n made ttuch develrpeineata in our (MHiutry a to fill the Bilod of our nenide with alaim aud In niaiiy eaaeti to aweep otS wbule faniiltea and peHiaja accirea of people in a single oefLbnrliOod, taking the physi. cians without pnicr preparatiuu aud. lor a time. Lidding ouU auee to Medicai Skill. A RUMEDY wh tiik ffcoriuiH AXD FOR AU INFJ.AMATORY TITROAC DlSRASKi haa been produced: a result of the anreniitUnf atudy and labor of men tktlUd in the Sritmem Median: orif ouhded on arientitic prineiplea and having; nnderfron th ordeal qf m H' id test We oiler it to the public oa its owo. merit--that is, such as it ahaJl be found to have on trial. U will be found fi.r wale by ; Jill Ihe Jseading Drufrgitts and Shop Kcepcr$ ia the United Slates, whnw hand will aluo be found Circulars frlvfnf a more imrlicular liistorj of the dtHeane, its nature and remalu Um iU cure: alfco, Dhectiou as to tha tuaiuivr of IU truatuieui and eure. AU orders should be addretrtrd to eii) A, HtNDltV DrugKH A si i Ulm la Oblt. Watch Wanted! SO MR Rascal paid mo a Visit and left me ui in its the "tho Uma o the dny," aud withont poelt! change tn bur a Watch. I. will take a gfod Watrb iu par py wwuru a i iaiin or ateioueon, u appiuniion ts fuaae noon mr olHr) at AliU.l.nl. U. I tin now ready tor my Hununer trade io l'ianoa aud Miludeona at War i'ilw. UKU, II ALU Anhtsbula, May 16, 1KtV2. Jit Cost! TT ASKELL k SOX, nro selling their a a. Etock ot SUMMER CLOTHING. Itntg, Cap", Ac AT COST! Not wihhin to winter tills kind of ftondp, they pn-fcr (a run tbem off at not ot, which they will do from this data, 11 if ou want ilartfaina, now is tha Uma to go in. . i Ashtabula. July 9. W-i NEW England Fire and Marino Insa ranee ouipanj Hartford, Connecticut. Caflh Capi tal. $ -J0O.0M) Cafh Aiuw'ta, January 1, IheO,. ..... .$236,617 Vi. Althoutrb this ciuupauy tn younir.it premuiU a record tnm BoundrieHi. proiuptueHa and liberality, for aa opaiiiug wi sa which ia aqualed by tvwv It Uenuivly reliable and Its inaurauoe fuir and liberal. JAKfcd UEtl Ag'U. eiahtabuLa,.jo.ltMM) Clothing!' Clothing! New Very Extensive Assortment of. A Ituudy-MiiJe Clulhiujj yuroULiocj Oood.ij Rob bcraml Oil Cloth Clotbiiig i Gloves tod llosie, j Sltiila and Drawers; ColUrt tci. Tia j MuU ud Caps; Uaibicllad . Trunk Cnrpel sua i'-.nuiiieioi' Lu'4, ,. abort, every variety bX SurUi aiit Sgmaier Ooods tot '- Mou and Boy'j 'ear, tbe most UU ritl tui pui (ur Cash. We would call ajcial attcutioii t, Our Blotk of Clutlja, aud tbe Facilities we bsvs fur Makl ki tdwa, Garn.t'uUoi' tue Dual Sfj.la. 4' aVBwri Notice Oar itock of lUui.Vy sUti tlud.Uias Uu an C'ap, wvitl hp alwawa full, aul vi thajecsa 4uUla ol.iMwrtrn WujuUua-, we oaa m-U iu iut t.n; ica'i' uKn r.vt. uf., vlM'Wbare lhei ail. -nileiuii .r atit-U' 1 ' '