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to strike the guilt, wbfre bj midirrted, or lea basty blow, tlie Innocettt.lbe rllanl ad Rood m twiTer. ICcTer attempt to axDote vidian, if throiiah your tBorts In . ncMloi'ur are Mely t iiijiii e those bo bare been the iintuprctin dnpet of bit ertifloe. Nerer wager larger mm than tou ' curry in your pocket. Nor shake binds with a- man yon arc tot really glad to re. lNerer forcet when yon meet lo re- cogolzt your frioodR.aDtl be eren more care ful to offer yonr salutation to those who are fioor. mier ruu eitraragnntly luto dcut.ior t U the by path which leads to moral do itrnciloa.- Never quarrel witboeieoflJcir'nt faac, bnf If ll bo necessary that yoa do take op quarrel, then aee 'that quarrel flrroly to an end. Never betray confidence of any kind, but more particularly that of woman. . ; . - NoTBiNQ lost it Civility A gentle nan who bai filled tbe highest municipal iffices in oue of our cities owed bit tleva tioo to a single act of civility. A traveler on a hot summer day wanted some water for hia borne, and ncrceivine a well near tbe road side, turned bin borseup toward It. Just then a lad appeared to whom tbe stranger addressed himself, say ing My young friend will yon do me the favor to draw me a bucket of water for my home, a I fiud it rather difficult to get iff and eu f Tbe lad promptly seized the bucket, and eoon brought a supply of water. Pleaded wilb tbe cheerful temper end courteous manner of the youth, the traveler in quired hi name ; and so deep was the im pression made on bis mind, that the uutne of the lad and bi place of residenc were remembered- by bun until several years at terwards-, when the traveler had occasion for a clerk, lie tbeu aeul for this younu; man, and gave hiru a respectable and profitable, place, from which be rose to tbe chief mag istrate of tbe city. CatchingTri i t Levi Daniel t describes ia the Country Gentleman some trout ponds the furmof Colonel Tappen.of Bridford, N. II , and speaks also of the mode of feed ing. Last Winter, after tbe ponds bad fro sen over, be states a boy was sent to feed tbe trout wilb chopped meat. Having cut a bore throegb tbe ice aud put iu tbe meat, the boy lay down with bis fuee near tbe water to watch the ftsh, wbeu a trout grab bed bim by tbe utw-e, and the boy by a Mid don jerk of the bead, threw the fih upon the ice. lie thus obtained a trout of three fonrtbs of a pound weight, bat at tbe cx pease of a sore nose- for three weeks. The Rev. Dr. Moore of Richmond, delivered .a lecture in that oity on the origiu aud meaning of words, iu which many curious Tacts were tie veloyed.ainoaa; waieb were that the word Davis means "od with us," and that Lincoln, when subjected to etymological analysis, meaus '-ou the verge of a precipice." Charleston Mercury It occurs to as that Dr. Moore has made s slight mistake in rega d to the meaning of Davis. The word really means "The Lord help us 1" which is more apt and ap propriate than tbe dcfiuiiiou given to it bv Dr. Mooio. The Doctor is right as to tbe meaning of Liocolu. It id true that Prr-s it "on the verge of a precipice" but be i merely looking over to see how far the rebels bare got to full. There are rid!,said John Quiucy Adams fuicu can ue pteasca by Honors aud pre ferments, and I cau see nothing in them save envy aud emitj. It is only nececssarv to possess them to "know how little they contribute to happiness. I had rather be abut op in a very modest cottage, with my books, my family, aud a few old fiiends.au'd letting tbe world roll on as it litres, than to occupy the most high places which human power can give. Tbe Tlamahire editor who wrote hi edito rials on the soles of bis shoes aud weut bare foot while the printers set up the copy, has purchased a ream of second band envelops, ana engagea a girl to turn them wrong siue oat. Tbe explanation of the liberty cap is thi' : after the death of Caesar, tbe conspirators, wbo bad secured his death, marched out with a cap, as an ensign of liberty, cairied before them on a spear tbe cap without a a bead, indicating that tbe tyraut had lost bis power. From that fact, and for this reason, it baa ever siuco been au emblem of liberty."" "I it ?ery sickly here ?" asked a son of the Emerald Isle the other day of a broth er Irishman. "Yes. a jrreai many died thi s year wbo never died before." wa the re P'J. a .... .... a man is circumscribed In all bis warn by Ood's providence just as he is like a hip ; for thongb man may walk freely up on the decks, be mast go wither the ship bears him. The dmd wbo never loved a pretty woman was seen by so no Greeulai'dnr ftoinjr round the North Pole, an icicle a rod lonjr hanging to his natal oritan, and a sharp nor'-easter after him, whistling, "Oh, never full ia lore 1" A pleasant, and cheerful wife, some one Bat said, is a rainbow set in the t.ky when ber husband's mind is to.ed by storms and terjDDeats. Thia corresnonil. with li '. Sirs. Blifkins said to Benjamin that he will never appreciate Der value till site is mist. A London Journal stales the cae of a man who lived a whole year after hii buck bone was broken. We mention thia as a consolation to the southern Confederacy. . 1 leegure is to a woman what the sun i to a flower : if moderatelv entneeri h h.a.i tifies, it refreshes, aud it improves ; if im moderately, it withers, deteriorates aud de troys. It I not Strang that the monarch is naugoiy j tne lion or tbe people's power crouches at tb feet, and the eagle of genius uoiu tue tnunaerbolt by their throoes. JUches though well got, are like the ancient manna : those that ontliHr l. lu,i nowaot, and tbey that gathered more were uu prem'j tuereoy. Don't get above your lu,iues, as the lady said io the shoemaker wbo was measur tag her aukle. Brown 6ay that while he has gene lo the war as a private, bis wife remaius at torn a left tenant. Tie very fust curiosity s pokeo of la tb papers is a wheel that came off a dog's tail when it was a wegia. If you think tbera ku't k.. living, yoo bad better for providential rea ui, not say so. "Welcome, Llttl Stronger r as the man id when l. found thre-cut piec a or his j lae tamps. Latest Arrival ! ! The Newest of Goods Opening Daily. . . HAVINO made a short visit to. New Tort during lb psst week.I am now prepared to far. stee " qniUty oi iooi. on th hort4 . . . Ltol Stylea or Press Good, v UdlM flolhf, J,i":!" Holhlng, k. Tari. MotiJerl, atid Geraldine CbrcVs, Um pnltma la to M . MOBUtSON'S. A lot of cheap Diy Good, low lhat TtrjJ fcajr thn ... MOURISOX'S. A Splendlil lot rif Corheco and Merri- M rriaM, Pmrt, rink, rrp1, t WOBKHOH s, Rlack and White Check Silk Shawl', Chck Woo Wo Shawti. otbr fttrtos. fbr nmipr, jnitt raoulrcd at A ni and prelty Style of Goods, for Bon Clfelhttur. kut th. tbltw. ehan ftnd cmd. lit MOKRIiON'S. Anv nnantitv of Summer Stuffs f the boat Mslnial md Mauiiraetiir, at MORRISON'S. A full aniinlv of those most drgirable Collat and Cuffa,JnM rawlrad at NORIU30V3. Glove and Mitt, any qnantitv. all Strlaa and Prls at M0RRIS0.V8. Ladie and Genta Kid Gloves, desirable oloraandlvwprkMiat MORRISON'S. Grenniline VoiliJ, Tissue, and Berairfg, in grrat prarauoB, at MORRISON'S. Narrow Ribbon for trimminjr, nenrlv all color, at . MORRISON'S. White Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, rVnn 9 ct. op, Silk UandkaKhian, Cravat, Nrk.Tlrii, t .l. tl ""at .... U0KR3K'S A Lnrure supply of ITosiery, from the mHft to the largeat alt. A new ttylefor OilMtrn, jmt recatred at MoRUISOX'X. A New lot of Misses and Ladie Mor- rocco Boots rrrj low, at MORRISON'S. A few Trunks for sale low at MORRISOK'3. Lots of Crockery, Hardware, Glass, Patty, rxlnta. Oil (a barrel of double boiled jnot "r'i'f-t.1 and llje SluHs at MOKlilSON'S. Groceries constantly on hand, the frps.li- t aud beat, at MOKlttSOX'J. Bring on your Butter, tfrrft. Brunt, nf1 moft anyll fnr that U finod, not omtttinf your btjt po-kt book, and nee rnrynunwlren. Iftmalwnyt r(iT w mow mr BOoa. stor nya rmm n thv mrrntug UDlil9 in tlio eroninfr. H. L. MORRISON. AfthUbula, June .5(11,1803. HM. Mechanic's Kowl AT.TT3A TTASKELL k SON are now receiving JL-L direct from N. Y., a Urge a well eetected stock, aucb at Diy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Cups, Boots and Shoes, and a tiemeadous pile of Groceries, Which thej are ffelltnv m cheap an the cbenpent, and tbej luiuK aDoui iu or per oeiu cueuer. Id order to be up wltb tbe UnieB,wc have added to our stock Coal Oil and 1-amps, Wicks, &c. The Public wilt find it to their advantage to gire us a call oelore purcnafting olttewhere All kiudH of country Produce taken in exchange for Goodi. 1,000,000 FJour barrel Hoops Wanted, for wbicb we wilt pay a portion in cub. Dcn't forget tbe place to sare lnoner, one door sonth of tbe Post (mice. HASKKI.L SON. AabUbnla. October 24. '81. Great Excitement in Dry Goods ! At the Old Stand of GEO. WILLARD, JVAert ht has for the last eight or ten days been Receiving 10,000 YARDS of Various Kinds of xiu:sb oooDa, Consisting of Silks, Poplins, Challies, Fifr'd Mozamhiqvrt Himalaya, Wool liarages, Ginghams, Prints etc.. All or wblcb ba oaers at tbe Lowest Prices. Dont Buy until you have Seen Tbem ! Broad Cloths, aSplendid l)t of Casrimere. Lailm CUmliiiiirs Vefttngs. and every L'etcription of Suuiujer StulTs lor sien ana oojrs wear. Groceries, tbe Best Stock ever offated In Ibis Market Hardware, and Faddlery, In Great Varieties. Iron oleel, Bails, and Ueavy Uooas. Drnlf A Medicines, a Complete Aunrtment, witb every lNerlption of Paintii, Oils, Varuisbes, Putty, tilacs, uye-aiuus, eic. GEO. WILLARD. Ashtahala, May 2S, 1SA3. Crockery, A FULL assortment of both Common and -i - White, Plo.ie China of the popular Huron Puttern, rmcn win oe snin mw :nr i ai.n.ai hukkiii Boots and Shoes. TMIE verv latest strles and best oualitv. a. A full assortment of Indies Heeled Cftarms Gaiters, n.Hi, v.m .mu Lea nooiM.mr HiS4ea, Balmoral Style. Children boes of all rltvles. Mens Bnvs and Voulbs' Calf Oifnrd Ties, Youths' Scotch Ties, a new sty le w ww amoie, can aiwnjs oe inuna at sitfr!KJMli s Prints Prints. AAA YARDS or Merimap. Corheco, tJyJKJ J Pacific Phiilin Alleus. Hvmrarn and nth.r styles, sit fnst Colors, at one Sbllling par yard at "J H SltmillSOA'S. STATIONERY at wholesale and reta by w. (j. PICK. The Hotspur Lgcar Oven, Air Tight pOOKINO STOVE, for Wood or Coal, adapted to City or country um. The great Yonder rib Stove of the Agel (xmibining every hellity tor ail tbe varieties ol Cookin. ur,t,., n mooer. i0,enlloos In Its superior oiralUo ad ol e.o..y. a siies 8 uusre Tops, and Mae. f x t..o T..p kaaulacUfl by WobK U, AlbMy, N.-y. orai by ' aJ T. Mc GiiHE, Ashtabula O. Clothing ! Clothing ! A New 4 Very Extensive Assortmeut of Ready-Made Clothing , Furnishing Goods; R0b ber and Oil Cloth Clothing Gloves and Hosie ry ; Shirts and Drawer j Collars and Ties j Uata and Caps ; Umbiell.s , Truuks j Carpet and Enameled Dags. la abort, every varlaty ot Sprint t Hummer Goods far ilea aud Doy's W'eor, uuon1l,llb1W,Mfo, C"h- Wi would tul Our Slock of Cloths, and tb raoilitiaa wa have for ilaking to Order, 1 GarineuUof the Best 8tyle, at Short Notice. Oar slock of Rrarir Mads Clotlilnw. II.l ..J n ... . alwaws hill, and of lb best quaiiiie of tastara MauJura. ueb are ear ami.gnietils tor buyiue. lhat we are aoaldent e eu aaU (kwds In our lu., cbea)r Ibaa ran to bouibt aisewlM-ra. f lease sail and examiiM, for vnurv.lvaa. M Cottl H ASK ELL k SON, ar selling tbelr SUMMER CLOTniNG, Hats, Caps, &c. AT COST! "U,,,"5 ter tbia kind of Goods, tbey prefer fa 1".-" """ -t.-bleh U.e, U1 dTf.otWaa AiWatula. July ,1M4 XXX. "VS7TVX. 33. XIUJLID'IB DENT AL REMEDIES . ARC THE BEST IN THE WORLD, INSVRINO PUB TF.ETII AND A BWSSBl 111. BATH AMD CURING TOOTIIACnE i NEURALGIA, 11 too wlk to be btesved with, and admired, for Paiaiv Wbitk and Sound TEL TH f I'se Dr. li'm. B. Hards V-ripoUeJ Tootk rovJer. warranted free from acid, alkali, ar any Injurious substsnce- I'rice, 23 cents per tox. I Jf" Rewsre of tbe dtnary cbean Tootb Towders, wblch wbitea but destroy. Pet von wivb to be certain that Tour Breath Is pare, eweet. and agreeable tobushand or wife, lover or friends r Use Dr. Huras Celebrated Mouth Wath. Tills astrineent wash Is al'O the beat reraedrln the world, for Casks, Bad Ursath, IlLcaoixnOcna, Sorts MorTH. etc. it baa cured bundreds, r'rice, 87 cents per botUe, Do yon, or yonr children suffer from Toothache f Get Dr. Hurtts Magic Toothache Drops. Price 16 cents per bottle. Are yoa afflicted with Kearalgia? Get Dr. W. B. Hurts Neuralgia Plasters. Th moto(Tr1lvr and dcliirlttfu remwly known. Thj do nt n.llj-re nor b UUr, -Kit tooth and charm uiiii awajr. Tr .uania i Tier, io iuu ot cenii, aiaura on receipt oi price. Pn ron winb a eomp1et-vt of PEN'TIAL REMEDIES and m ircauncuu i it-arinug irviu i uct Dr. r. B. HuriTt Den Ha I Treasury, tli dm tent and 'most ralnabl pntfnt that one friend can make to another. l'rice,$L Scut b Exp row on receipt ot pnee. For wile at all the bout fttnrea tlirr.uirhout the country. Cai tion. An there are dealer who take advantage of our :.dveitiKemetitx to iinjxMe upnii their cutomera iufrior pre pitratlnni, it if necefn ry to int-int upon baviujr what jou call ftir, and you will 1 the bett, tboroughlr tented, aud prepared y Bncxpenenceu anuKCientinc ieiiiii i mvurvr ot the A, i . ?iaie iieniiMt a Awociatiun. and t ice-l 'reriueut of tiie A, V. City Deuti.l Socielr. Addrewa AVM. Be HVRD dfc Co., New Voik. Ily(i39. Com WELTS ate. PAILKNEB, MISSION MEUU 11 ANTS, for tbe purchase and sale of Butter, Cheese, Pork, and Flour, Grass Seed, Dried Fruit, Ac. 1 Jberal cash advances on consignments for sale or commission We also sell Sugar, afolnases, Kiee, Colfee, Tea, Starch, Ssleratus, Fish, Ac In fsct, a general slook of rjrocerfes anif I'aiut, mostly to our8binfiers of i'roduoe as advances ou what we bave in atore, or fur oasb. acw i I). WELLS. J. X. FAULKNKa To the rUit! FOU Nenrly tbree years, I Lave been en gaged In the Drug and Medicine Business in tbls plsee. and during that time I have reeelved very mankindnesses irom my rr:enis, ana many saiiKiitcuiry eocoursgements rrrnn a aenerous public, for which my bearty thanks are returned. Many of my customers are indebted to me on book, and ma oy to whom I am Indebted. With one and all 1 ask a settle ment, wbetber tbe account is against me or in my taror. I keep for sale everything In tbe Drug and llediciue line that you dn mention almost. Drugs, Medicioes, Dye Stuff, io Prolusion. Paiuts, Oils, and Brushes io Great Variety. Perfumery of All Kinds, From 19 cents to $.1, Inclnding Pomades, Rose OU, and Bear's Oil by tbe barrel at 25 rents tbe single barrel. The beat Sticking Salve In tbe world good for Bums, Chilblains, Coma, Ac Godfrey's Cordial. RatAman'fl rtmna T rk ! nn4n. nlHn. Sperm and Biill.h (Mis, Cod Liver Oil tbe best, Mrs VYiua- Salves for klolaa and Plmt.lM T.mdunt, Rmm V - - a. i Csnker Halsam, and other tbinga ia tbls line toe numerous to mention. Daguerrean Goods. A very Large and varisd Stock, selling off at Cost 1 Lamps, Lamp Oi!, and Trimmings. Shoulder Braces aud Supporters. Pure, Choice Liquors. Tbe eery best kinds of Rues, Brandy, Gin, Whiskey, Port Madeira, Sherry, Sweet, and Champaign Wines for medicinal Congress Water, Cough Remedies, and the thousand A one, Patent Medicines. Liverwort and Tar Hall's Balsam Ayer'e Cherry Pectoral Hosteller1. Oarman Bitter. U.... J.r" a.rer s ague Lure B " Am ""aound Wi.lar's W. C. Balsam Beovill's Blood and Liver Syrup; ., . ., Hobaeks Scandinavian Purines HooSaod'a Germaa Hitters TuhiL" v ln.. v B.rl..'s Holland BitleTs IbSd T " P?.,mf Hinitb'a Condition Powders "J?JL J " 'Mn' Nagnelle uid 'a's fllius, 8.I.. OargllngOil, Emerson's UaOr Ka.lorative Be. Ac. to. Lliiamenta. Opodeldoe, Sweet Oil. Troches, ReidllU Powders. belaUu, and a. .adle vet, of other noUons aldrUeu. ia the Medicine Uue. Pills Pills. Among the large ,uanUty I have, tbe PrlnUr saya he will SltT,!!0" U U"Uo" U" ex. Tn. Brandretlr-s, James, Moatr, H0nowV Rolek'a. Parker's Matt a, Poor Mao's, Bueuldmg, Ac to. Aa. leouldfo on U rajUwa-s but spaea wlU moi allow. Hoping oh.rr fm you, eI. 689 IIKNDRT AHspbie, Pepper, goaps aud Toilet Articles, Cologne, "--rtiul t'lm"T.:ri!',''" '-"-PS repair., Bru.W AUkiadsol fpIAT GOOD TIME HAS COME 1 II. O. T O M B E S i Mas been flvtn rover his Omeery Aj Provision Store, and bat bade It what AsbLibula has long needed, ! A Fi'st Class Family Grocery Store! i 17s Irrtends bi kees everrtlitng in Irfa tine of (lie eholoest kiuck Ills goods shall be right in every respect. : Yea will always Sndaibk) store XXX, XX and single X SouA, with prices to correspond to the quality. Tlsma of his owe enrelng; also Perk purchased br himself. end warranted Corn -fed. Akin, all other kinds of PrnvUloaa and Oroeeriee, together with bores fredi Oats end Oom. - Tie keens an assortment of Oils and Tainta; alto, Kails and Hardware, Ac, As. j Coal and Carbon Oils, and i COAL OIX LAMPS! wilt he round at hla store, of all prices and qualities. In short, he Intends to supply the waote of tbe people, and is boned to keep up with ttie timet. He has lived In Asbtahnli ahont 14 yeors, and has been en gaged in the Grocery busineas tr the last S years, and the knowledc he bas acquired of tbe wants of the people, and of tbe business In which be baa been engaged, enables biui to Maintain a Store and Goods, ' ' lost adapted to their wants. To do so, Is bis highest amNllon, and be will leave no etfort nntrted to satisfy and please bis easterners He respectfully solicits a share ef the patronage of bis fel low tttiseoa. II. 0. T0MBE8. Ahtahu1a, April IS. 1SS0. " Me is the Agent for tbe sale of all kinds or AI.K. Aleo C. F. Sadd's Agent for the tale of UJVSEED OIL, by the bbl. Price to correspond with Cleveland aud Ctnclo natl markete. Ducro & Brother's New Cabinet Ware Rooms Ashtabula. THK SUBSCRIBEna would r..r-ef. fiilly inform the citbtena of Ashtnhnt. uu riduiiy um vuey nave opened a Icw Cabinet ware room in tbe building formerly occupied as tbe store of Mr. Steward soum enn main rti-eci. Having had, during a residence In Germane, an excellent on nortuultr lr learning their businees in all Its departments, and haxing lived severs! years in the Eastern States and slso car ried on business in Jefferson, for the last two years, they feel suthoriied to say that they can present customers with work NOT TO BE EXCELLED ! In this country. An assortment of German, French and Em liah FURNITURE 1 is now on hsnd ready for exhibition to visitors, and their uH are respectfully solicited. We are determined not to be outdone, either In tbe quality of our work or the cheapness of our articles. ,s7" Woi k done to order, promptly, and warranted to give satisfaction. COFFINS. Rent on hand, of all kinds and sktes, and made to order, of T ooiioe. IJT" Don't forget the place and sign of CABINET tf- COFFIN WAREROOMS three buildings south ofReeveisnd Murry's Marble Shop; and remember to call before purchasing elsewhere. Ashtuuula, Jon. 1. lsuo- S09 Announcment. M. O. DICK, would announce to the Public fienerally, that be bns jutt bought, In New York, ana is receiving a large stock of (loods comiiriting Miscellaneous, School, Juvenile, Toy and 33I-s-V3ri5: BOOHS. Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, Toys, and Stewaii's Fancy Candies. Writ e It in yonr almanacs wh"re yon ran see it every day In the year, that M. G. LICK cant be undersold. A Great Chance for Bargains in Piano Fortes and Melodcong. JiO. HALL'S Lartre SiolIc of Pi,.nns sod .Melodeoos to be Closed out at Reduced Prices for tlie Next Thirty Days ! This Is an Onnortnnitv never hpfnrw oflWieil tr, 41.. .in of AsbUhnla county or vicinity for procuring Instruments. r, icung mi uuy in a year or two, should embrace tbla opportunity at once, aa MoDcy Can be Saved. Persons living at a distance, can have Instruments sent to them, and may rely upon being as faiily dealt with as though tbey were here to select. FOREIGN TRADE. MM. HALL, lias shipped Instruments to almost every state C"'on- Persons residing in lndlana,lirhlgsn, Illinois, Isenmin, and other states of the West, are particularly in vited to correspond a itb Mr. H at this time, aa be can cer tainly make It greatly to their advantage to order of bim. FACT WORTHY OF NOTICE. MR. HALL has sold Pianos and Melodeona for more than fifteen years, on a Urge scale, and baa never sold an inSerior nstrument, and never will ! TRIE TO THE LETTER. MR. HALL ran positively, and nndeniahlr, with his expe rience sod economical method of doing but'.uess, fui uish first clsss iustniiuenlt on better terms than other dealers can af ford to. BEWARE OK IMPOSITION. Persons tsklng Instruments aronnd pretending to sell cheap, Ac. generally bave an unreliable grade of instruments. 1 arsons about purchasing, should always write to Mr. Hall, or see him before doing to. EASY PAY. All kinds ofProduce received In paymeiiL Wood, Hay and Grain wanted the present time. GEO 1IAI T Ashtabula, December?, 1861. ' 624 A good second band Piano lo rent. A l.Hiirl t me Li own Cottons. Cot- bMi v.rn. Batting. Wadding, Dpnima, Stripes, Ticks, Ilravr Summer Goods for Men and Boys wear. Bleached Cottons, at ve-y low prices, for tbe times, at Msy 1st '02. MORRISON S. RARE CHANCE ! Machine Shop & Tools For Sale ? TH" Subscribers wish to Dispose of - """ oiano, 1 001s ana uood will, situated In the Village .,f Ashtabula consisting of new, convenient u'T". . ou" 8tou' " Hrs Double Cylinder Kngiue. Tuku'" Bo'ler, Ulrica, large and email Upright Drills, a lot uf Blacksmith's Tools, and a .sn.r.1 .J,..l... I . ,.T"t f"rally needed in an esUblisb. ment of tbit kind. A portion of the purchase money would bt required down. .... uu,., Binuiciory aooomnioaallan would be g ren. , .Mir. . ufmwiub tiven wnen aeslreo. ir preferred, the tools would be sold separate from the Real estate, weich would be rented on moderate terms. TOWEK k SON, a u. i 1 . .. on the Preniiaee. Ashtabula, April 1 80s. Blast kg, t Ibis omee. -A good aaaortanent ea head at ail timet, GLORIOUS NEWS! The War Goes Bravely On!! Roanoke Island and Fort Henry Takeu Aab.te.buU Boy (one te Pert Kllewortlil JOHN p. GIFFORD Returns to Ashtabula to Recruit. Q.EORGE WILLARD thinks wo hare tbU. .i,hu,"i0,,0'Mr- Uia0r4 "U? Ultk Clulking Department, Inib,Uot.u"nd,'riD 'r''' ", end ..uL mU ""ft"s oiifriVnd. and aistouWra,at at,CT0rK'0O,horn0',- tni rr,tedto Cutting nronipU done at tbe old establishment of AiUbuU February ia,18a2 WIUAHD. J0!1. J GIFFORD wonld respect- aii, aa ia eays gone by, bsiore be w.nt (r,r a 'soger." Tlank. Ul" kU oldcusuum sr. and gain s boatul . ones. 4 -L- at in.ct:s ueraje vv.ni A.l.-T:i, SUMMER k .WINTER COOK STOVE. ISIWIal "V , gj.. .1 ! .... : ' WARRANTED to be the bcRt Cook Ing Stove world, and requiring leas than world, and requiring leas than One-half tbe Fue For sale by Ashtabula, July ISM, the common Cook Stove, GEO. C. HUBBARD. pURE WINES and LIQUORS, for - eietiiomni are. Bharwkb Old OUrd and Ognae pale and red. Kra ft, Cmt and Old Jamaica. Oirr rild Holland, and London Charles Oin. Wnisar Old Rouibon Oipper Distilled Pine apple, Monongahelia and Eseelslor Wbiskr. Wikks Port, Msderla, Hherry Mallaga and (Barrett. Aiso Cbtawha and roretgn Lhampaiue Wines all warranted of tlie piireet iu, mmrm oy t,KU. Wil.l.AKU CARRIAGE MASIFACTORY eV DEPOT, VC. O. BcNnAii has at lenpth perfected his busi ness arrangements, so that the public may be accommodated uu inn ,,'t uiu.kui id. Various kinds of Tleo-snre Vehirlr-.e. having a number now tlnlshed nn .nit raAw r., H.itu k. sides a large quantity of work in various stages of progress, which may be completed upon very short notice, when pre ferred. r Orders will be received for new work of any artlcnlar etyle With a full snnplv of the best hands to ha found in th. country, he fears no competition, esst or west, In the matter in uisieur sivie, 01 excellence or material, or tbe Sdeiitrand honesty with which bis work it put together. Of the truth of these statements, any one may satisfy himself by personal Repairing of all kinds, done with promptness, and on sails factory terms. Wk .0. Bknha. AsuUlrala.March 28, 18B0. $34 JJABERDASIIERY VERSIFIED. In the "noise and confusion" that so constantly rages. And is chronicled fnith in the Telegraph's pages, About Dry Onods,and Dress Ooods, and Onuses and La can, Shawls, Bonnets and Cloaks that rival the gracea. May I claim yonr attention, to a brief rehearsal, Of a list of Choice Ooods in a stock universal ; And though less pretending, are in merit more sound, And are quietly waiting your notice down town. Theie Cloths of all grades and textures you'll And, Of pure Wool from your flocks and of Alabama combined. And V eatings, the fancy Marseilles, Silk and Black Ratio Yarn made of Cotton. Thread. WsiMin. anI n.mn- V, irks, 1 lannels, a bleached goods. Stripes, Sheeting a twine, And Muslins and Uwns. bonnet, dress and awisa One, ('nmbrics and Summer 8tuus,cbeck'd, striped a white shirts. irm.c i.nT uihius, cnuwis 8na motion and .skeleton Skirts, Spice, pepier, aud cassia, ssleratus, (gold medal) kaolin soap, Brooms, baskets, and bed cords, cloths lines, buck gloves, and "'I'e, Super teas, sugars and c (Tee, both JnraandRio, Pure, as nine can be found in the Mate o! Ohio. Pnner hangings, brsss kettles, fnney prints and band boxes. Cloths pins, woolen yarn, and bows for the necks of your ox'es. Mnne churns, jugs, jsrs. and crocks, assorted glaM and nails nop iisnuies. wonii anu iron, san, pitrn-rnrks,anrt water pails, Shoes for children, boys anil ladies, also gents snd ladies hose, And hoes Tor gents to work witb, wooden puinps, and tupei RufTalna. Scythes, snaths, rakes, and wash-boards, half bushels, and sole leather. Chalk, rosin, whiting, coal oil, and nmhrellna for bad weather 1 ne larfesi lot 01 lists and Caps, or evcrv grade and style, If all outside were henned at onra 'tvrniirdn,i he n hir - niia Shoemakers, ton, a word witli ynu, I bave for you good news, lleie's nearly all the implements for making bnotsand shoes, i rcK", niucners, uanunars, kuivet. tlneid, peg and sew ing awls. Tacks, Nails, awl-handles, bristles, lining, binding, heel halls, Freneh calf, French chulk, kip. Boats, sire sticks and morocco.' Webbings and (listings of various shades, shoe needles aud r ohacco. But bold I my muse, nor further tux the printer's geul moods. r " He'll ne'er And space for a tithe of the list of this full stock Say then, that the stnrk Is full and complete, That we are anxioulv awMitino. m.r h-.ir..n. A Invite them all, from South, fiom North, from East, and from W est. From city, from country, Lincolnltt-s, Douglasltcs, aud all From every point of the compass, come all, I.eare all your spare dimes with your friend, Ashlar..,,. n ,aoo Sleyben Hall. rPOBACCO. Von will nlwnvs find I be -- best Brands of Fine Cut, Ping, and Smoking, at HASKKI.L A SON'S. Pork! Pork!! TJKST BItO AD SIDE I'oik at 8 cents -A par pound, can be found at IIORRISON'S It Pays! It Pays!! It Pays!!! WHAT PAYS? TT Pays to walk a liitle further down the -- street to the New York L'ook and Fancy Store To Buy All Your Ulunk Hooks & Stationery, Miscellaneous and School Books, Yankee Notions, rat,cyJ5oeds, Toys, kc IT PAYS 1 Also, to Buy per ccr-e Carpet Iloeks, making onehardand disagreeable branch of household work easy. When tlie Hooks are once set, carets can be put down or taken up in ten minutes. Ijniies caei and see them. M. O. DICK. MECHANIC'S TOOLS. Hardware ,f'-1- n! Building Materials. Hular and Sash till) Saws Cross Cut, leunon and Hutting Sawr, Hand Saws, Back ana! Compass Saws, Chisels, Hand and Bench Axes, Broad Axes. Socket Firmtrs, Lignum Yiue Wallets, Bench Screws, both Iron and ooden, bench Plaues, Hand Raw Handles, Chisel Hsudles, Steel Squares. Bevels, Try Squares Drawing Knives, the beKt make at a cents per Inch, Spirit Levels, Crow Bars, Log ( hams, Coil Chains at Sc per pound, Manilla Rope, small and large site Strap Hinges, Blind Hangings, Mortice Locke and Utches, Kim Locks, Pad Locks, ChestssLocks, Trunk Locks, Lilting Handles, Butts a Screws, and Door trimmings or every discretions, common Augers, Cast Steel Augers, Cook s pateut ; Auger Bitbs Plane Irons, Filet of all disc no tions, Carnage Bolts, Sheep Shears, Wilkinson's best; Hai niers. Hatchets, Axes, Brass and bilver Carriage Bauds, White Wash Brushes, Scrubbing Brushes; Koes, Rakes, Farks, Sho vel Spades. i Picks, Hat-Traps. Fox Traps, Wolf Traps, Selves, Snaths, Scythes, Brirk and Plastering Trnwells, a S Inch Augers, knlvesand Forks, from 50c to $7 per sett: Pocket Ku ves, Shears, Scissors, Chalk Lines, r-pools, Scratch A-via, besides a tbousandniure things which go to make a fulls s sortinent Can alwavs be found at Akbtabula, October 8, 1801. MORRISON'S. War Prices ! Tvead This ! Now is tut time to Secure a Home! I ill Sell my Land in Parcels varying -A- from a Quarter Acre to 450 acres, more than K00 of which isei.nerw tun, or adjacent s-ea to the Village. Tbe terms . T'ieT , roromoda- E..J ting-say one-third down and the balance lufrnin oue XJ. to Ave years. On thU pro perty are four DweUiug Houses, located io the village. An- lilv to ... .?. .... e Ashtabula, January 11, 1882. T ACES n lit Embroidery. White Goods, uragiery Mutlin, Irish Linen, Shirt Fronts, Crimped Dimity, Linen Collars, Marseilles Brilliants, and Little No tions too numerous to meulinn Kt ll naul'l nA ,.ur.,l " " wv at HlfJirttSUM'S. Attention Shoemakers ! V.'.r. srv V r i v-, v. i au i uur uasis ana war umrious Constitution. TIIE Subscriber has very much enlarged bis stock of Findings, and Shoe Maker's Tools, every bing required in tbe Shoe Shop cau be found at sir Btor. leather of all descriptions constantly on hand. Cash iuvari- Mf- T.s. lay. Ashtabula, April 1st, 1868. New Goods ! ! For Spring & Summer trade, 18G2. TIIE Subcriuer hiving recently visited tlie city of New York, is now In the receipt of a large Stock of Spring and Summer lioods, selected with care and suited to tba wauta of tbe community. Having bought at the lowest cash prices, they will be sold for cash a cheap ea the cheapest iu this market, aa I do not intend to be undersold. Tbe Stock eoninrises almiMft avervtliin. In lln n. nf lire Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Hoots aud Shoes, Hata and Caps, Books aud Stationary, Paiuts, Oils A.., lhat can be fuuud in tbe place, and will be sold ou aa favorable terms as at any other establishment in tbe County. Thank fill for past patronage, 1 hope to merit and receive a share ol public favor. Asiuawia, April 'lb, ims. 11 1, mokkison. Tho Confessions and Experience of an Invalid. PUBLISHED FOR TUB BENEFIT and u warnlnir and u ft caution to younr men who ulTer frotn Nurvouo DeMlity, Prematura Diujr, 4c; -vupfdy. nig i.itej sustiiM un iue iiieftua or aeir cura. uy on wno ha oured bininjlf atlur being put to a grtml axpoM through mrdical linioition And ouackerv. Jiv enclotititr av iuriMt-iuaid ad1retMd fnvloe, minui.k CMifits my las had of ttia author. WAlrtAWKL, M A Yr AIH, Umi., Bwllord, Kjnga Co. N. Y Watch Wanted! SOME Rascal paid mo a Visit and left ana minus tbe th. tttiia a the dav." anil wttti..ut iumI ebaage to buy a Watrb. I will take a good Watch in part Pay Wwarda Piano or Melodeou, if apolica tioa ia lasde aooa my oat re at AabUbula, ). I am now ready for wy Sun ones trade iu Piauue and iieimlaont at War I'i kes. AthUbula, May W, J86S. , W' HAU" h LCIDEXTS -TV-? . GREAT REBELLION : i t i . ,( i.i iii ' 0B Tht Heroism of our Soldier and bailors. ' Illustrated. '! W.,12mo. Prict.tlM. The critics and the public are right In predicting that thia will surpass, In graphic nsrratlve, exciting interest, and exten sive popularity, all other histories of the War for the I'nlon. Its theme will be the hemic daring patient suffering, and hairs breadth escapes of eursoldiera and sailors, and Its incidents will form tb. theme of conversation at enumerable Bresidet for years to come. It will eonbrin stirring details, the philo sophical Analrslsof the Cannes of the War, by Jon lOTrtRor Moti.kt, 1,1,11., Author of "The Rise of the Dutch Republic," etc, the dates of all tho Important events from the John Biowa raid, an accurate and revised account of the principle battles, with engravings. One third tlie proceeds of all subscriptions sent direct to us will be given for the Relief of Disabled Soldiers, and all per. sons who wish a enpy of tbe work, and a'so to benefit tbe sol diers, should send In tlielr name and addreea at once. Also. any officer or private, or person In any section of the country, having knowledge or a heroic act or stirring incident, will will oblige us by tending us an account of it. Booksellers, Postmasters, and Carrvtsaing Agents will be furnished wliba Bebsertption Prospectus, on application to the ruoiisnera. tTT J liberal amumutitm fir. lo Salditrt dt tiring 1 act ir. Tie History of American Manufactures, From 1608 to 1860. By Dr. J. Leandeb Bisnop. 2 vols.,8ro. Vol. I. now ready, Vol. II. nearly ready. This Is probably the largest and moat Important work new In die American press. We bave also just published new editions of rhe following wceiui auo popular uooas i Tbe Business Man's Legal Adviser ; or How to Save Honey, by Conducting Business according to Law, ss exjmutided tiy the Best and LatcBt Authorities. 400 pp., tbeep. Price, $1. Opportunities Tor Industry : or, a Thousand Chances to Make Money. Cloth, ti. Thle hat been republished In England. Krcry business man and dark should bave these book. They will pay the buyer a bundled fold. Kvery pareut should get mem lur muir aona. All the books are mnlled, postpaid, on reclpt of price. We pay pnrticularnttcntion to malting bonks, wrapping them up carefully, and will prncure and send, postpaid, any book any where, onreceipt of publishers' price and sixutatups. Addl es FlttT.BLV Co., Tribune Buildings, New York. PIANOS. Persons who wiih to liny a Piano of the best makers will be shown how they can save a luindhonte sum in theputchne if they address I'i..o, care Jot Cor, Cc, Pub- iisncr s Lents, jew 1 oik r. v. HyMH. MOTICE The Co pnrtnershipof Ll A Morrison being dissolved by the death ol K. Root C. Root. the seninr partner, it is necessary that the business of the Hrm should be closed as speedily at possible. AU persons, therefore, havina Unsettled Accounts, are requested to call immediately and arrange tbe same I'rnmpt payment will lie required, that the liabilities of tbe Ann mav be met and ilischrrged. The business will be set tled by the undersigned. H. L. MOKKISON, Surviving Partner of Root A Uorrison. Ashtabula, June 1, Ml. llnvinrf m ii le nrrnncrments to continue businessattbe Old stand of Root A llorriron, I take tbls meth od of returning thanks to the customers and friends of the late Arm for their generous patronage in years past, aud to solicit a contiuuanc of tbe same to myself. My Stock of Goods is Full and Complete, comprising all the artlolea, and many more than are usually kept by the merchants of our villain. Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Fleavy and Shelf Hardware, Huts a Caps, Boots a Shoes Iron, Steel a Nails, Paints, Oils, Glass a Putty are kept In full stock, and will be sold at very low figures for pay down. All kinds of produce taken! n exchange lor goods at cash prices. The times and my cirriimstsnces will not admit of long winded credits, or credits to doubtful customers. To all who arc prompt and reliable, I am prepared u extend a reasonable credit, but prompt payment will be required in all eases at the time agreed m.on. PulHng and blowing are entirely out of my line, sly desire is to deal fairly and squarely with all. Try ine and see for yourselves. YourA truly. Jvne Hi, I811I. H. L. MORRISON. "T7IIITAKEIVS BINDERY PJIJfESriLLE, OHIO. All works entrusted him, will be done with neatness and desiatch. Call in aud see specimens of Workmanship. (If Bee in Maraball'e New Block. tug 1 CiCi BEST SUGAR CURED IIAMS X J J For Bale by HKKRICK k BRO. Wheeler & Wilson Machine. Mow Imprevtmenis, at Redueed Prleca nPIIE Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing J- Company having gained all their suits at law, with in fringing manufacturers of Sewing Machines, propose that the public shall be benefitted thereby, and have accordingly re duced tlie prices of their Sewing elarbinee. After tbia date they will he sold ut rates that .ill pay a fair profit on the oost of manufacture, capital invested, and expense of making , RULU 1'iibci mm win vuaoie luein to mesa nrst class machines, and, at heretofore, guaranU-e them In every paitic- PRICES I No. 1 Medium, with Glass Foot and Hemmr. ,,,.MM 8 Black, (Improved) with Mlasa Pool A Henuuer, 65 00 - "-' wnu wiu nemmer, eo 00 " lrge Machine on Plain Table, with Hemmer, 76 00 " 6 Cylinder Machine, on plain table, witb Henuuer, Si 00 Needlea. per duaen, 76 Kuiery W heels, each 26 Marking Uuagea, each, ..., 300 ('orders, each g 00 Binders, (new and improved,) each (00 .., Jlaei Reed, Agent. Ashtabula, Nor. 14, 1880. ' Q.REAT NATIONAL ROUTE ! BALTIMORE ft OHIO R. R. IMPROVED SCHEDULE ! By recent Important changes tbla road ia now able to fur nish uuusual facilities lor intercommunication. East and West Northwest snd Southwest. .' w H "s Full eoneeetloni with all thrnneh Inh, e Phii..11,1. aud New York, In Uie East with tbe 8outb, by iu Wssbii.g lon Branch Road by Cleveland and Pittsourgh, Central Ohio and MarrietU and Cincinnati trains, with tbe tiwlbweeb Weat anu cwuuiwest. Through Tickets to or from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York or Boston give tbe mivlleue of Iving over at.,,. ,J 11.. iuteruiedfate cities. Two Dollars additional give tbe urivileire I i visiting Washington cltv sn rouia. This is the ouly route that can furnish Through Tickets of 1 Kgngenut-ss ui or iruin vrusuuurion CllY. aru aa low aa by any other route. Kleeiliig oaraon ail nigbt trains. Ask for Tickets by Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad. J. II. SULLIVAN, Geu'l Western Agent, Rellaire, Ohio. W. P. SMITH. I 1 ' al 1:111 B Muter of Transportation, General Ticket Agent, llallllnore. III. 6J6 Sinclair's Harness Store. Main Street, Ashtabula. ei J. H- SINCLAIR late W. Red- N ,,fT HKAD would Inform the public, that hU now Located Opposite tbe Fink House. where his be invites patrons to call and tee hia etoek. Dress Goods. A LARGE assortment of Challia, Clmlli Deiaina. Ore. IIamM- ri..lk InotUk Betai.a liiuim. JOE bkue Cloths, llayuiaiaya, lwa, Oreauille. and ether slylee varyiug In ijuality, style and priee, bust 111 ela- upwards. Csa found at -syj.ltlj. UOLBISOK'S, Sarsaparilia foe ruEiTYiNa tile blood. j Ana let the epeedy en re of the follow rag toes plain U: f IS wTt a taea Asa. 1 4..aV -1 it , J. C. AT Co. aanta, 1 fllt my du7, to le, fcnowlcdg. what your Paracrine hat Vne tim. Having Inherits a FeeofuloJ InlecV." ' ZfiX . from It? I v.rlou. wnyt ,r years. Bnm.tlm" UbnrU ' . eat In Ulcer, on my hands at ertn. , Inrl L..i turned Inward and dlslresssd me at the stomach Tw " years ago it broke Owl or) my bead and covered wi'v esela ' . and ears with one tore, which was pejiiml and loathsome beyond description. 1 tried many medlrtnet and esvernl rriry.iojane, but without mnco- relief from any thleg. lm . fact, tlie disorder grew worm. At length 1 waa reiniceA to reed In the Orepel Messenger that yoa had areparedl - en alterative Ssrsaiiarllla), for 1 knew (rum your reputa tion that any thing yow made must be good. I sent go 1 Cincinnati and got it, and used It till It rul ed me. 1 took It, at yon advise, In small dosee of a tesspoonfiil over a mouth, and need almost three Iwttlee. New and healthy tkln eoon begsu to Ibrm nndor tbe ecsb, which after a' while Sill off. sly tkln la now clear, and 1 know by my . feelings thnt tbe disease baa gone from my system. Yow can well believe that I feel what I era saying when I tell yoo, that I hold you to he out uf tlie apottlej of the ewe, and remain ever giatefully. Yours, - ALsilbD B TALLBT. r St. Anthony' Fire, Ttote or Fry elnelee. Tetter aud Halt Rh.nm, Braid ileadl Hlngnartn, Sore Kyee, Dropsy. Dr. Robert M. Preble writet from Salem, If. T, Tithj ' apt., 1"60, lhat be hat cared an inveterate ease ef Drtptf, wblch threatened to terminate fatally, by tba persevering nte of onr Sarsaparilia, and also a dangemwe Jfuufrnant A-yripeiat by large doent of the tame ; saya ( he cures the common ErufAirmt by it constantly. Dronehoeele, Galtr mw welled Haaka -Zebu I on Sloan of Prospect, Texan, write t - Three boa tin, of your Sarsanarilta cured ue flora a CVe a hid eons swelling ou the neck, which I bad uOerea ftotak a over two years." Lieneorrhcra orWhltee, Owarlait Tatwer. Uterine Ulceration, t'emale Uleeaeee. Br. J. II. 8. Channlng, of New York- City, wrllee f . moit cheerfully comply with the request of yonr agent ta laying I have found your Sarsaparilia a moat excellent , elterative in tlie iinnieroui complaints for which we employ such a retnsdr, but especially in kssol Aseost . of the Scrofulous diathesis. I have cured many Inveter ate eases of Lenrorrbosa by It, and tome where the eoea plalnt wss caused by nlcerolion of the wbfin. Tbe nicer, atlon Itself waa toon enred. Nothing within my kaewK .. edge equals It for these female derangements." i Edward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala, write, "A date. . gerous ovarian tumor on one of the females In my family which bad defied all the remedies we could employ, hea at length been completely cured by your Extract of Sar anpaiilla. Our physician thought nothing but axtirpa- j tlon could afford relief, but he advised Uie trial of your Barsspaiilla as Uie laat retort before cutting, aad It prov.d effectual. After taking your remedy eight week Be tymptoni of the diteate remains." yfjullli and Mercurial Dlteaa. Nrw Om.rAKl, 15th August, lit). Br. J. C. Atiim Sir, I cheerfully comply with tlie r- 2 nest of yonr agent, and report io yon aoaio ot the efleota have realised with your Sarsaparllta. I have cured with It, In my practice, most of Iheenwe - plaints for which it is recommended, and have fbnnd Its : efTuctt truly wonderful In (he cure of Vewemil and Mtr curial Ditrutt. Oue of my patients had Syphilitic nicer ; in bia,throat, which were consuming hit ptlnte and the top of his month. Your Sarssparilla, steadily takaa, cured bim In five weeks. Another was attacked byeee- - ondary eyinptoiiit iu liia nose, and tlie ulceration bad eaten away a considerable part of it, eo that 1 believe the dieorder would soon reaoh hit brain and kill hiin. Bat it , yielded to my administration of yonr Sartaperilla; the ulcers heeled, end lie le well again, not of course without ' some disfiguration to his face. A woman who had eeea trested for the suns disorder by mercury was tnfrertas; ' from this poison in her bones. Tbey bad liccome so sen sitive to the weather thnt on a damn day she sutTere ex. -crut-iiitiug pain in her Joints and bonce, bhe, too, was cured entirely by your bai-snpnrilla in a few weeka. I -know frotn its formula, which your agent gnvo me, that this Premrat!on from your lnlR,i-atory must bee greet remedy; cunteiueiitly, Ihrso truly iouuueablt IMttlla with It have not surprised uie. fraternally yours, 0. V. LAKIIJES, M. B. . Rheumatism, Clout, Liver Complaints IrrniriNMNcs, Preston Co., Vs., Clh July, 1858. Ba. J. C. Arts: Sir, 1 have been aflllctcd with a pain ful chronic iihtumatimm for a long time, which banted tbe . skill of pbysicisns, and slurk to me Iu spite ol all tba rsmediesl could flud, until I tried your Saruapariila. One ' bottle cured lue In two weeks, end restored my general health so much Hint I am far better than before I was attacked. I think it a wonderful uiedltlns. i. lllKAM. Jules Y. Oetcbell, or St. Louis, write. t "I have bee afllicted for years with an afftiiiim of Hit liver, which destroyed my health. 1 tried every thing, end every thins; . niled tu relieve me; and 1 have been a broken-down gist for some years from no other cause than tfcronp-eMrnt of the .hot. My beloved pastor, tlie Iter. Mr. Kspy, ad vised t me to try yonr Sarsaparilia, because be said he knew yon, snd any thing you made waa worth trying. Hy tlie hlese ing of Clod it lias cured me, and lies so purified my blood as to make a new man of me. 1 feel young again. Tee ' beat that can be said of yoa it not half good enough." Srlilrrut, Cancer Tnmors, Knlararement, Ulceration, Carles and Exfoliation of tire lioness A great variety of eases haw been reported to nt where cures of these formidable complaints bave resulted from, tbe use of this remedy, but our space here will not admit them. Some of theni may be kwbd in our Amerken Almanac, which the agents below named are pleased to furnish gratis to all who call for them. Dyspsnsla, Heart Disease, Fits, EpUena ty, Melancholy, Neuralgia. Many remarkable cores of these sffectiont bars been made by the alterative power of thia medicine. Itttimu- , latee the vital functions Into vigorous action, and thus overcomes disorders which would be supposed beyend its reach Such a remedy haa long been required by the ae cetsitiet of tlie ieoplo, and we are eonfideut that law will do for them all that medicine can do. - Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Ton THE SAPID Cl'llB OF Consrlit, Cold, Inflnenza, Ilaareene, ' Croup, llronehltls, Incipient ('on- , sumption, a nil fcr the Keller ' of Coasnmptivt Patients in advanced Stasrca of the lleae. ' ' " . This It a remedy to nniversally known lo surpast anv . other fur the cure of throut aud lung complaints, that it la useless here to publish tbe evidence of its virtues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, aud its truly wonderful cure of pulmonary disease, have made it ' known throughout the civilised nation of the earth, pew are the communities, or even families, among thm who bave not eoin personal experience of iu effects sume living trophy iu their midst of Its victory over lbs 1 subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lunge. As all know th dreadful fatality of these disorders, end as tlK-y know, too, tbe effects of this remedy, we need not , do more then to assure tbem that It bas now all tbe vir tuea that It did have when making the cures wiikh have , won to ttrougly upon tbe confidence of mankiud. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES to CO., Lowell, Mas. L Ltojt, Conneant ; N. Parish, Kingsville i (3o. Willikc Ashtabula ; H. B. Stkvix, Geneva ; MorriT A 11 sows, Ksl. loggsville ; and by all Druggist and dealers In Medicines' everywhere ly61!8 THE HOUSEKEEPERS' NEW FURNITURE POLISH. Prepared from an Improved receipt by the proprietor of th BaoTHga Joaainan Polish," Is certified by all tbe leadiaa New York f urniture Dealers and Piano-Forte Makers to be the best in the world for Removing Scratches, Marks, and Dirt and restoring s high and lasting gloss to all kinds of Varnish-' f w?rkromAurn',lu to Lr,lthr- Is cheaper snd bet n,M''a VTDi'b- dries Immediately, snd Is easily applied Yi ith a piece of Canton Plaunel and a bottle or two ef tbi New Furniture Polisb.e Housekeeper can work magi ia tlie nrnltureofau bouse and keep it looking like new. bow it lbs time to .bl eup" your Tables, Chana, Desks, Pianos, Picture f r Carriages, etc., aad make tbem look 60 per ecu. bet ter. This Is true economy. Poi tale by Furniture Dealers Storekeepers generally. Price 20 and SO cents a bottle. -De- TH "n Sf,rv8twT.t' A Y' J1 " Wanted. Addres, Box 1K72, hew York P. O, lly039. TIIE Subscriber has started In th Drawing Business, snd will devote hit unre mitting attention to its prosecution. If prompt-; X-1 nets, energy and fldelity wlllentltlehlm to ashare of business, he hopes to merit It. All orders ior hauiieg to and from the Depot, or about the village, will be thankfully received aud satisfactorily executed. He will be found apn tbe Uoad at all times, not neeemartly devoted to rest and feed. 610 W.H. TbKKY HOMES fob ORPHAN CHILDREN, lue Directors of the Ceuntr luHrmarv Uk. this method of calling tbe attention of benevolent person to the, opportunity now presented of assisting and rearing tbe desti tute Orphan Childreu now m the Infirmary. These children comprise both sexes, ranging from a months to 10 yoars of age. Tlie Directors are auxious to provide these children wilb, good homes, families where they will be cared for, aud taught useful nooupahous. For particulars, apply to either of tba underiiguod, or f th Superintendent of the Infirmary. I J. r. s.amhan, - AKTEJIAS LICK, , ISAAC B. BTICVEN'9. "! Kingsville. Nov. 1, I860. gSA luftimary Director G ILT MOULDINGS A largo assortv mnt of Jilt Mouldings, tor l'icture Frarr.ea, -' which will b mad up to erder at the New-York rWlr, -' rerj, mure. SI . it. 1UI H. f HOWARD ASSOCIATION, riiludi-l-lihia -for tkm B.L.f ml Ike A'lVA east lhmlreteeA. afuT- Kilk Virulent mmd Ckrimie iJueaeee of tke SexMei OrgmmA, wruicoj aavioe given firaiis uy ine aciiug aurgaon Valuable rUoorta ou Hnerinatorrhaia or b.uifual Wnakness , and other Diseases of the Uexual Organs, and on the New. Beuiedies employed In the Dssoeesary, sent ip tealed Wtter envelopes, free of charge. Aiidiesa Dr. J. bWl.La.S, JIOUGH 1 UN, Howard Associativa. . . ou Ko.m South Bth Htieel, I'll Had. Pa. , Huts and Caps. , PALM Leaf, Straw, and Leghorn Hats, Hofiy.lt Data, MoC.llan, Biarnstda, Port Krsl, and a Us., ef styun. Buys light small checked Bummer Caps at MuHKIMOWa na HrrAfniAna atVWa,iisa. - itfriEl '' 5 "".l",r,"' 'etele. Atotlai-. lilal. a, e.ud an Skin Ui.eaeea. r it Silk Goods, Shawls and Hosiery. BLACK Dress Silks, aad Fane? SilkMl price far eelew tlie market. Foulard Bilks, Florence and MarcelliMi Bilks, TUruebe, Thibet, and CbassMm BJwwn black silk buawls, Uusiery, aad Uloitt vfall kinds at BOKKlcO.VS.