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I Vg4t rt ft Watiaa ft. V owa EaaheatHft f clsrawlef reeawaf). lit yar-A N tVone of BrookiU, not ba- rVre the commUtf. EMer aaij he u all right lift Ml cootinord on trial. ' . E 'A' Ludwtck hid enlisted In the Unit! Etstes service, and bolJs captain ceinmiuion. Tboah la the artny he has e grewi affoctioa for tbe church, end wu continued on trial. " The Bihop informed conference that the rea-J oo the agents wore not here, was ao aceonut ef the mob in New York. The book concern "was threatened with Hostrootlon. They had threatened the houses of Pie Torter and Carl ton. - , , J A committee of foor D M Stoi-cr, II D Cole, A ifall and A Fontswore appointed to ' cooaider the case of M II Bern's. Wm Patterson e'ked a continuance of hit relation, and thanked eoofercDce for their kind ness Id bti sffiiotlon.?" Ilia relation wu contiott- J- . W R Johneon was continued lu the tame re--1tiov . L D Prosier wai soperaneated. 11 Lnca stated ha Lad beea oo tbe supereou ated !iat for three yean, and be left himself in the bauds of the conference. r ' Hia relation was cautioned. ' - Jamea Gil in ore wai continued la tbe fame relatloa. ' Anonal report of the Book Concern, in New Tork, was laid before the confcre ce. The bus Icess of the Concern was in a thriving condi tion. Tbe Depositories in Boston, Buffalo and Chicago wore prompt mis. The agents were able to" dec' are dividends to all the conference . A report was also read from the Cincinnati Concern. It was also in a very prosperous con. dition. Committee en churoh usages presented their rfport Tbe sum of it wu ibt tbe dwciplino was as ooar perfection as any thing they coald present Aod o'ered a resold lion that it be adhered to, and a'ao against the ose of tobacco. Q W Multby wu appoiniod a commltsee to audit accounts. Xaticea were giren, Doxnlosy sang, beocdic on pronjoccod and coofereoce adjourned. ' iTjiojT Houint, jtvt ISts. Religious exerdaca were" conducted by Rev. 3. Graham, Upnn 865 was sung, and prayer offered. The minutes were road. Bishop an nounced. Committee on tbe case of M. II. Bottia. J. McLean presented a report oa tho procuro-: ment of a tombstone for Rev. W. French, dee'd, worth 30. Also oommitttee Fisher and Lowo reported on the toaabstono of Rer. J. Scott, worth $30. Dr. Harris, Assistant Secretary of the Mission ary Soc. waa introduced. Bishop called far reoomaicudiUoaa of local preachers to deacons orders. Joseph Dungan wag recommended from Warren Di. Committee of examination reported him defi cient In most of the studies. Elder said he was ft good local preacher. II? exerts an excellent Influence where be lives. He was elected. ' 'Newton Yo-ang pwaci a, good examination. Wu a good preacher. lie wu elected. Mead ville District. Samuel Axtela of Kew Lebaao waa recommendud. , Tie paaaed a tolerable examination. Elder said -ho wu a man of age, a vonerable man. Ho wu for many years an elder in the Presbyterian tChorch. He labors rery successfully. He wu elected. Christian E. Lytle of Franklin. He passed a tolerable examination. Had studied part of tbe course, part had cot. Hla elder aaid he wu a useful preacher. He is studious man and improving. Hi waa elected. New Castle Dis. E-iwiri Brown of Clarka- ville, was recommended. Committee did not report on his caee. Elder aaid he wu a very acceptable preacher. He wu elected. Isaac Gillett of Pine Grove was recommended. This cue wu considered very clear, and he waa elected. John Smith of Cllntonvllle was recommended. no wu reported all right, and elected. Jamestown Dis. B. F. Pillow, wu rccom mended. Committee gave him a good report. Elder aid he had travelled three years u preacher. It wu t clear case. He wu elected. Fredonia Dis. Austin L. Kellogg, of Forcat- rille. Committee aaid he passed a decided'y good examination. - He wu well recommended by elder, and wu elected. Philip A. Rice, of Quincy, wu recommecdod 77ot reported by committee, Case paaaed. Cleveland Dis. Oscar C. Spracuo, of Eut Cleveland, wu recommended He being absent, cose paaaed. Ravenna Dis. Joseph Gazely, of Kewburgh, was recommended. Joseph Hough, was recommended, but not beforo committee. Motion waa made to have the cases of Local Preachers who had not complied with the law lie over.. The motion prevailed. Presiding Elders were instructed to inform the Local Preachers they wore to pass an exam ination en Friday of each Conference. Local Deacons andEldera for Orders were called. Erie Dis. Levi Barnee, of Watururgh, recommended for elders orders. Committee not report Case laid over. Jamestown Dis. M. Bailey, of Eenzua, recommended. Committee said be passed a excellent examination on all the studies. Elder said be wu a very superior man. He wu elec ted. ,W. F. Wilson presented the name of Rev. 0"Neil, recommended for recognition of orders. He wu not informed that be must be here examination considered fully qualified in stud' let. Elder rave him ft good representation. His orders were recognized upon condition ' be take upon himself our vows. A committee of one from each district mi pointed to take subscriptions for minutes. Kellogg. Henderson, Warren, 8ullivan, Shu- rick, Bentley, Mendenball, Gray and Vernon, were appointed, Presiding Flders were pointed committee on missions. Dr. Harris presented a report of the committee of examination of Samuel Knowles, In India. They reported him very good and recommended him to be elected to deacons orders. Signed W. Butler, Bupl of India iliaaion. He wss native of England, and was recommended to received into full connection. He wu received and elected to doacons orders. Rev. J. CNeO here took upon himself - ows. That be would banian strange doctrines, ire himself to prayer, and obey tbe godly of his superiors In the church. Committee In the case of M. H. Britts report ed that the cue should be put in tbe hands the P. E. Car investigation. He wu continued la a suparanuated relation in tbe mean time. - - A committee ef five in tbe case of R. CUckmar wu appointed.. did wu J. for that Otmrohu on U raac of Rr. Hovti reported hire u almost entirely deficient in atadirsx El der aaid he waa an excellent rencrabU man a cry Mr preacher. BUhop suspended muiuces until brethren get tbroucb with tholr conversation and said If any brother thought his conversation of more value to tbo church than tbe time of two hundred ministers, they will continue, if not tbey will desist Br. Barnes worked hard u ft preacher, and paid into the bargain m much a ray man. Committee said they had put Df. Barnes thro' the Bible as far u be could go. J. Flower thot the brother could put the committee througn the rest of the way. Laughter. Considerable conversation ensued on tbe sub ject, at the close of which he wu elected. Frof. Jamea Marion was elected to orders ism year but was not present to reoehre them, be Is now hero to be ordained. Br. Rice was partly examined by committee. Elder gave him a fair recommend, and he was elected to deacons orders. Committee to prepare a response to the offer of Judge Chamberlain, reported several resolu tionsapproving the consecration of wealth to such purposes, returning thanks to the donor that the money be put into the hands of the treasurer of the Centenary Fund Society, etc Report wu adopted. Dr. Kingslcy called attention to the Christian Commission. He desired conference to co-operate with that commission in furnishing the ar my with religious instruction. Ministers In this commission were allowed to go into the army and ascertain the wants of the soldiers, free of expense. Publishers have agreed to put down their publication one-half for -jthU purpose Ministers can bo employed about six weeks only at one time. They receive no compensation. We have ft central committee in Cincinnati to look after our part of the work. Soldiers are very anxious to get reading. Dr. C. Klngsley wu appointed a committee to draft a report on the subject J. W. Wilson represented to the Conference the condition of the church Just built at Eden boro. A legacy had been made for this pur pose, sad It required the edifice to be erected at once. We have now about $2,300; It is a fine building, and will coat $3,000. H. Kinsley moved that we ralae $100 by col lection. Carried." The collection wu made. Br. D. C. Oeborn boreo the conference the respects of Father Miles, our Tract Agent "ho had deceased. He had died In peace and tri umph. Bro Colegrove was tuperannated. X Norton was made treunrer of the money raited for education. Committee oo the P Advocate, reported that it was parsing throogh tbe criris in a most commendable manner. Its editor was perform ing his duties In an excellent style. The circu lation was 4.000 it should be twelve. A res olution to that effoct wu adopted. Report ws adopt id. Committee on lay delegation reported that as recent action had been taken throughout tA chorea on the u' ject, they deemed It inexpedi ent to take farther action at the present time. A conversation sprang up on the motion to adopt the report. A substitute was offered, recommending fur ther action, and reqnos'.lng the next General Conference to take measures to introduce lay delegates into the conference. The whole matter was laid on tbe table for the ' resent B 0 Plimpton, Colonization Agent, address ed the conference in a few brief remarks. The society thmk they are doing a great worn tor Africa end the race. At present there is no place bat Liberia where a negro cannot be a man in tbe fall sense of the word. We was ready to receive fjnds. Dr Aikin, of tbe Bible Society, made an ad dress, e proposed to use ' powder that bad been shot afore." But we have net room to insert the addres, only to say that wo have mora need of Bible distribution now than ever before A Albert, artist of this place, proposed take a view it tbo whole conference. A com mittce of three wu appointed to col fa with the artist and report. Tbe aggregate amount of the collections wu ST0. The Agent Lad telegrupbed to New York for a snpply of certificates. Committee on Temperance reported as fol lows : We are a folly as ever convinced that strict temperance U essential to the happiness and prosperity of aociety ; and onr Church has, by alt her antecedents, committed herself to this important work. Bnt it is onr sorrowful con viction that intemperance has been rapidly creasing for a Tew years past, son ine moral sentiment of the people seems in some measure weakened in relation to the evil, as may be seen in the increasing ace of intoxicating drinks is with regret that we look opon the nse of and wine in rofesedly Christian families at cial gathering and weddiugs. We resjard step as an evil or great magnitude, cuicaiaiem pniaon the mtnn or tne yonog, aim ieaa mem to a life of intemperance. is early all tbe old temperance orgamikiions. moved by the enthusiasm of the hoar have failed and let t Ibe field. . And we feel folly per- oodcJ that any ptrmanmt temperance move ment innst no carried lrw ird ihroncn earnest i (forts and co-operation of the Christian Chr.ca. Your con.mitt.ee therefore offer the following resolutions: Roholved lt That we, ss pastors of M E. Chnrrb. will see that tbe role in oar cipline en temperance be vigorously enforced, until the church is pargt-d from this evil. Itebolved 2nd. lust it Is IncnmpatiDie who Ibe duty of any Christian, and eapecially member of the M. K. Church, either to make vend any intoxicating drinks, er to rent ft boose to be nsed for saeh purposes, or to sign ft Pir licenM of such s honse. Resolved '3rd. That it shall be the duty each member of the Conference to bold meet ings in the community where he shall be sent, and circulate tbe pkdge for signatures. J. PEATE . Chairman. J. T. BOYLE, Secretary. ap ft be our Notices were given; doxology song; bene diction pronounced ; aod Conference adjourn ed, to meet Monday morning at 8 o'clock. Baturday afternoon there wu ft large Suodiiy Sohool meeting. It was like an immense poli tical gathering long processions of wagons and earriuges filled with children, floating banncri and eingiog their songs. They met the Grove, like a kind of large Sunday School camp meeting. Theywere addressed by J. Lytle, Dr. Raid, Frof. Marvin, D. C. Wright aod Bishop Simpsoo. The speeches were and feiicitoos. Tbe children will lout; remem MONDAY MORNING, July 20, 1863. Conference Opened by A. M. Brown. of L. Minates read and approved. Rev.Dr Wbealer, President of Bereft TJoI- veraity, Rev Dr WorUboro, President of Ml Union College, Rev Dr Landon or New York Eut conference, and Rev Fellows of Iodiaoft confereueo were Introduced at ! Committee io the can of Rov E McMiohaiJ, who badjoloed from tbe M TrotesUot ehdrch, reported that tbey taw do sufficient reason why he shotld oet be recognised u Elder among as, upon condition of taking upon bimsetfoof ordination vows. Tbe report wu adopted, tie Came forward aod took opoo. Urn our tow. D 0 Oglcy, committee oo Christian Com mission, reported as fallows. , Raj-nt wu ard kut l t J .. Stewards pre?cuud their report It w re committed. The Uihop predated tie following paper: J I hereby certify Out Joseph Dutigon, H;mu el Axtell. C K Lytle, E Brown. J Gillett, John Smith, B T Delo, A L Kellogg. V A Uics and T Woodworth, ware by me ordsined Desoons; od W Bush, W W Case, O W Bear, M Wil. liams, W W Wenisr.W Holllstor, C W Heard O O Mclollre. W D Arcbbuld, A R Ham. mood, D Hteadmaa, L Bares, M Bailey, and J Marvio were by me ordained Elders, July 19th 1663. Cumruittej to coufcr with artist Albert, re ported that be would be ready te take the $hadou of the conference from the church Step at four o'clock ia the afternoon. Report adopted. On motion the Stewards were rcquotted to apportion tbtee thousand dollars amoog Jjis districts for the conference claimants. A committee of three, consisting of Dr Kingslry, D Smith and J Bain, were appointed to prepare ft constitution for preachers Aid So ciety. The chairman of the Tract cemmittoe bring absent to fill an appointment, Bro Greg; was appointed to take his place. Tbe committee oo bible cawe reported folio wa: (Bpart adptd bat set reirt4.1 The present board of trustee.; for Wratero Reserve Seminary were re-elected. That committee reported and their report was adopted. The cog Terence ordered that bible monies raised qy tbe conferecce in Pennsylvania, be paid to Dr Aiken, and in Ohio and Kew York to Dr Hartshorn. Monies in the bands of the committee on ed ucation were ordered to be paid to X. .Vortoa. Dr Harris delivered a very iotercstinj ad dress on missions. Bishop announced the following visiting committees: Alleghany College J H Wbailoa, A Hall, B Excel!. J Greer, W F Day. Willooghby Collegiate In; titute A D Mor too, G W Mallby, E S Gillette, R M Warrco, S Gregg. Western Reservo Seminary J Tribby. 0 B Pattce, T P Warner, A R nammond, A J Merchant. Conference was requested to meet at 2 p. m. to perfect arrangements io reference to Preach ers Aid Society. Notices were given, doxology .was sung and conference adjourned by becediction. Reporter wishes to say to bis brethren that mistakes will unavoidably occur. If sny roso don't believe it, 1st him try. Much matter had to be abbraviated and srime excluded, owing to the limited capacity ot the sheet, sod want of help in the printing of fice. Tbe latt has occasioned tbe delay io the issues. TUESDAY MORNING, July 21, 1853. to in It ale so io tne the dis any or pe tition of their in 8. short Conference was opened by T. D. Biinu. Minates were reaj and approved. Brothers Fuller, Ripley, Bayless, Bartletf, and Knowles, were introduced to the Con ference: A moiioa to reconsider the motion by which D C Wright wu located, wu made, and laid oo the table. The question, Who ars received oo trial? wu taken up. G J Bliss, of Mantua, and C N Grant, of Charleston, were recommended to be received on trial- They were admitted. CW Reeves of Vienna was recommended to bo re-admitted. He was re-admitted. Milton Smith of Oil City, A II Domer Brady's Bend, A L Ce'logg of Forestviile, aud B F Wade o( Caridoo, were recommended to be received on trial. Tbey were received. J W Stogdill of Edinburgh was recommend ed to be re-admitted. It wu done. R K Desn of Wealeyvitle, E A Sqiier Waterford, Frank Brown of Mesdville, J Hill of Bethlehem, B F Delo of Pleasabt Val ley, A J Liudssy of Frewsburgb, and E Cummings of Villenovia, were recommended be admitted on trial. Tbey were admitted. John O'Neill of Chagrin Falls was recotn mended t) be admitted as an Elder. It wu done. F II Beck of Sanctuary, R X S'.ubbs Meadville, A Basbliu of Washinrton, C Woodworth, of Ellington, R C Smith of Lao ville, aod James Marvin of Meadville, were commended and admitted. J K radon aod A II Bowers were super anuated. Tbe conference ordered the case of R tiiackniar to oe referred back, and be was con tinued io a superacuated relation. Brother Lore, of Genesee conference, was trodaced. Tbe committee on MUsions reported: The committee on Schools reported: Tbo committee on Memoirs reported: These reports were very Interesting, but have not room to Insert tbem. Tbe stewards made ft report, which adopted. Tbe moules for conference claimants distributed. Three thousand copies ef minutes we e dered. A vote of thsnks wu tendered to the editor for bis labor, and also to tbe reporter for faithful manner in which be bad discharged duties. A collection was ordered, to defray tbe of conference. A vote of thsnks wu retarned to Bishop Simpson for bis able sad interesting addresses to the young men. A vote of thanks was given to Brother end Dr. Wbslloo for their kiadoess io in various wsys for tbe benefit of the confer ence. A vote of thanks wu offered to tbe secre taries for their diligence io tbe discharge of duties. Tbe business of eoLfcrence beieg completed, prayer wu offered by Dr. Klngsley. The Bishop addressed tbe brethren io impressive remarks, and, amid breathless atten tion. Droeceded to aeooune tbe eppoio' meets the close of which tbe doxology wss sun;, tbe beoediottoi pouaantfd, sod euuKtcove ad joarocd. Long will tbe members rememlxf the pleuaut tttsioo aod lied friends ro Ashtabula. - i Erie Conference Appointments. Ashtabula, July 21st, 1863. Cleveland District—W. F. Wilson, P. E. ' Cleveland St Clair St J. Whltelf y. " ErioSt J. 8. Lytle. ( . Scoville At. To be supplied . " . City Mission D. rrosscr . East Cleveland Mayflcld WiUoughhy Mentor Painwltle Ferry Geneva Chagrin Falls Balnbridge Troy Thomson Grand River Montville Clarldon Chardon Chester S. Gregg R J. Kennedy E. C. Latimer A. M- Brown J. Omr D. Smith J. Graham T. Stubbs n. D. Cole II. Kellog E. K Knapp S. L. Wilkinson n. M. Chamberlain J. H. Vance W. H. WUsoa To be supplied O. Z. Bliss , G A., and member Mantua Calvin Kingaley, Editor W of St Clair Qr.Cou. B. O. Hiropton, Agent A. B. 8. 8-, and mem ber of Perry Or. Con. A. Norton, Agent A. B. 8., and member of Erie St Qr. Cou. Cleveland District—W. F. Wilson, P. E. Ravenna District.—M. Hill. P. E. E Ravenna Akron Tallmsge Mogadore Cuyahoga Vails Franklin Hudson Twinsborougb Bedford WarrensTiJic Solon Ivewburgh Northampton Charleston Windham tr. S Gillette J. Teat C. Wilson C Reeves J. E. Cbapln P. Henderson C N. Grant M. Williams C. T. Kingsbury J. K. Mondeaball R C. Warner R W. Warren LEddy J. B- Hammond J. F. Brown Rootstown and Randolph J. O'eil BraoeTiHe 3. B. Graver Edinburgh D. M. Rogers Doerfield Jackson Ellsworth J. W. Stogdill RS. Nye I. R Hammond Warren District—B. Excel P. E. j VlVTfV , RUaiaoot Wil!UawS:i Jtaxtfcnra. , Jtdtrifta . . . Moriaa WkxUor B!ooaaM o4 Irtiial. . . . Wt ruaiisr'oa f osUUaftoa oJKlo. . . KUm , Otm4ael IXbtiij Oram tat Uhn Vlmaa Ynnptan lUittorS imS OrangvUJ. . Oastaroa ...El- Ja'tsmo T. B.T.tt V. UU I. Fa 0.1 i. ronti , 8. Iltanl 0. n Brora . . J.Wri jlmwor-h ....v. r. rti- 8. BabbaM J. T. VoU r. Vernon J. UcLo J. GiUllaa . ...n. It, nmltrart . . . .T. f. Wrtr i-.vr.mj Erie District—J. H. Walton, P. E. Ert Ckarrh D.C. 0Vr Steaao Clpl A.CTibltt ViV(7-tiil W Jcem, K. A.Sqnk-ta KoMti Ym Wrforl MeKru B Vobjro. ...... WaiUCarattt. . . FalMtw Gir:4 Uoian WaUtare tot Mtua. KUi;r ittft. CoDoaait 8prtn(St4 A'.Uioa . . ....... atliUbaU cirun-. . . . W. F. PifDU . tiimU !t. . B J W wumt 0. W.SUfr . . K. Emt j. rbii-a W. Holier .L E. fruitUy A. L. KUf a. Bargm 3- TMTf 1. lfiU .B. WiUtucs, R. K. D3 T. -.T 1. Aiwa Meadville District—J. W. Lowe, P. E. of F tIceUl W. F. Dtj ftM(rKivB V. .Vaitto, U P. WitiUma T-wavr.l Robert G:r CMbnaton W. BUt CuiTi!J. . ,B. M. Ebtnnia, ent tot rsppllfj Fnwkllo Jobs Data GrMutlUe . . . . . Ha!m FhtiklrrrtUa. . . Erar-sberg ConaeaulTilla. . , RafaMubur. .. , RockTllla Ejjrrlr. UoMriUc Nw Lbaaoa. , Dcltwwt Gio . J. Ul-rchaat , , Wat. Moinnaa t. S.StanU .8. Ho!l J.C.FuUlna S. C. Brnwa K Waea .J. FiOWM II t inWr T. W, ebrrwooj, K C.tmlib . , , .F. Bra bit City VlUion Smt.b Jauiet Ur:n. rtof. la jjlrfhaojr Collrf. New Curtle District, G. W. C. Curke. P. E. to of E re io New Castle Mount Jackson New Wilmington Shenaogo HarrisvUlc J. D. Norton T. RadcUff J. B. Orwlg X. M. Sburick R B.Boyd Hendersonville J. Abbott R F. Wade N. Washington W. A. Clark, E. Bennet Poland Middlesex Pino Grove Sharon and Brookilcld Hubbard . Claries ville Canfield Greenwood K M. Bear, Chaplain. J. Tribby E- B. Lane B. Mareteler P. P. Finney Wm. Hays Wm. M. Bear T. G. McCreary J. O. Thomson Clarion District—R. A. Counters, P. E. ' we wss were or tbe his ex penses Clarion Brook ville Curls ville Reimersburgb Callensburgh Sbippeoaville Rockland C. Wasbhigton Tionesta Troy Corsica Punxsctawoy PerrysviUe Waruw Luthcrsburg Brockwayville Putoeysville President Ridgewsy Brady's Bend T. Graham J. C. Bcofield J. F. Terry J. J. Bentley 0. G. McUtyre James Shields W. Bear, to be supplied M. Coon, II. BubUn It R Roberts O. Dunmlre J. Howe A. P. Davis J. T. Hill J. II. Bterrett . A. D. Coon J. Marr J. W.Weldce J. McCombs V. A. Beck C. M. Ueard Jamestown District.—G. W. Maltby, P. E. their M.O. Jma ak'Ul Hanh 8aaw Cava. D Mitan rnwmrfu a. J. Uadwy ftaaOwa r. ftanm B.r.I! i turn BlMSIaM O, W. htw fuut , J. B. Ljam Muta lUUaek ToaagnHUa A. B. Domm Warn. CLattad naaaaaMUe J. Cnm aa4 X. W. SaattuA RiMTUIa A. L. U UK' THM.IU KMtrv "Wa ririiaut VtlUj ,W. p,a-;ti Owter t. .. Bwttf inAtl aod ftnru Qnn SwaAxb Mlaatoo, I. B. Nwraua ' ' It. It. Hon, OluflUa P.l. A. Fredonia District—I. O. Fisher, P. E. . . ft. W. Crana t II. Tlnttlaf A. 0. Mnrtna J. Lalta Fredonia Ihtoklik ........ ItajrvllU ForUMd ZWIaaU O. W (Ira Flnclarrllf . . .R. Pratt Elltorta. i ,8. W.tr, U. N. fltuUa llfla . , i a. N. Wanwr CaManvgaa , . . C B.Caauntaa Tarrriburg W. W, Warner VlUenoWa. '. .C. K. Cbipaua, 0. W. Wosdwnrih torcri4l: o ateridao. . , .D. 8. StaaSiaaa,' . X.A. Ladwics t-UTr CiaHc W. K. Raaa Itaadolpb A. W. leott Uttla XMrj. W. W. Caat WartSaU K' J.UBakar QniM7 I D. Bllna Sbarawa .i.t. Btochar , THE BISHOP'S SERMON. Bishop Simfsok'i 8ortnon in tbo grove, Sabbath morning, was listened to by an ira oense concourse of people, estimated at several thousands. It was ft discourse rich la thought, eloquent In language, and pow erful io its sympathetic effect npon the vast audicuce. Tbe text was taken foot tbe 6rnt verse of the lxiit chapter of Iainh Mighty to save." The spenker proceeded to depict the character of Christ an foro- sbadowed by the prophet--a Redeemer "mighty to save," at whose appearing the mot tling stars shonld sing together, and the tons of God shout for joy. lie called at tention to tbe incarnate character of Ch is', as mighty to sure. There was a mystery about it iropHljMible to the finite mind, as there is shoot muny other thing in actual life. Wbo can decern whence rprings tbe inflaencc of mind upon matter ? Wo are nimble to determine how fruit grows and ripens, and yet we realize the fact till around os. All lulng are possiblcto the eternal mind wbo, controls the flnivere. Tbe might manifested by Christ on earth was exercised in tho simplest m inncr pos sible, without any exhibition of superior strength. He quells the storm with the s'oiplo words, "Peace, be still." He multi plies tbe Gve leave and two fishes into food sufficient for thousands, without osten tation or rcvious nnnonncment. He could as easily linve fed million's. He raises the dend, heal the sick, cleanse the leper, or casts out devils, by a word or touch. Oh, be was the embody meat of weakness, but mighty to save. Aod Christ is as mighty to-dny as he waa while upon earth. S.e what Christianity is doing for man the oi Id over. ' The in herent power of tbe gospel is educating and revolution:zing the world. It has .taken hold of the printing press and tbe gospel is fulling gem ly as snow flukes all over the earth. Education bus been nride tribatnry to tho gospel of Ch'ist, uDd to day where utc tbo poweiful rueu of tbe earth? Not in heathendom. It has elevated wotueu in the social sphere, iaud taught us to train our children up for jOod To-day the Bible is cheaper than I any other volume containing tbe same tunn- tier of word. The poor, too, have Hits gofpel preached to them, and those who et in waste places are made glad. The deuf, tbe dumb, tbe blind, the poor lunmie, are cared for, and pointed the way to lie i I'V meaua of Christina liberality and cltristiau enterprise. The peucil of tin- puin'er and the skill of the architect l.e ing subsid Zed to the glory of G d. Chria liauity is appropriating to iiself ail (bat is excellent in literature, science und the art. Above all, in personal blessing, is Christ able to save. Today he is stretching foilh iU bauds, aud inviting tbe world to hi embrace. Fellow christians, when you enter the Jordan of Death, hi rod end his stuff ahull comfort you. Father, mother, wanderer, I prodigal, Christ is still mighty to save to tbe nttcrmo'. Come to Christ today mid ve. May we all meet touc her, in an ev erlasling salvation around the thr'.ue (Jod. It is Impossible to do j.iMee to the Bishop in a cii'sory notice. Any report would convey but a litniieil ida of the pe culiar force and power which cliarnp e1 't-'f- his delivery. He carrier hi Hiidien'c torm nnd leaves them charmed nod ediQ ed by lii wonderful eloqnenca. The New York Tribune on the Riot. From the Tribune of Ibe 13ih, ire cony t following paragraphs as to the riot wbicb still raging- in that city, at that time. The storm, long gAthering', has finally borst; and its fury falls fhoit of our pectations. The mob iliat lias Tor to day ravaged, and burned, and alunghtered, most at will, has been strong only to acakneat of the Military aad ibe corupiai. tauce of tbe Civil authorities. A siuale battalion or ligbt battery, earnestly com manded, might bare quelled It st tbe out set, captured its leaders, and stopped career. Impunity in the beginning, slirau Isted by Ibe bail fellow speeches of magi. tratet ho bare no right lobe check J iol with incendaries, ruiscreiinta, robbers and atiassins, hare given it all its disgrace ful prestige and licence. ' Had tbe Civil power alone confronted it wit It stern denun ciation, with scornful abhorrence, do mili tary dr-moustralioQ would bare been need ed. Bat. iib sympathising barangnes from Aldermen, echoed by Judges, and Oovernor to address it a Friends and its demand on i he President, It would here beeu tbe weakest and meeket of if il bad uot presumed opoo aocb familiarity aud gone ahead. , It U abeord and futile lo attribute outburst of roEBsoism to anything else sympathy with tbe Rebels. If, as pretend. It results from dissalulactloo the $300 exemption, why are uegeoes diacrimately assailed aod beaten almost quiie to death ? Did they prescribe exemption r Ua the contrary are tbey almost auiformly poor men, themselves posed to the draft, ftud unable 10 pur $300. What single tbing have they to expose them to this infernal, cowardly ru&aoiftio T What cau be allrged agaioit thcru. unless it be they are crensrany tile to the 8laTelioMer' Hebclliau T abAJM how are tbecirsfUug offlaeri reofcailU for tbe 3Q0 clsmoT 1 i (' j -: . We may Inst is well look fbo facta in the face. , These riot are ft fire in the rear on our country's' defenders in the field They are in pnrpo and esicnce a diversion ialavor of Jeff Davis and Lee. .Listen to the yells of the mob, ami the harraiiguu of Its favorite orators, and you will find them surcharged with nigger, Abolition, Black Republican, denunciations of prominent Republicans, the Tribune, tie , &o. all very wide of tho draft nuaj the exemption Had tho Abolmontais, Instead of tbe Slave holder, revolted, eud undertaken to upset the Government and. dissolve the Union, nine tentha of these rioters would have eagerly vohnterred to pat them down. It is tho fonr. stimulated by tho recent and glorious triumphs of the Union ftrrn, that blftvery and Vie Rebellion must miller, which is t the bottom of all this arson, de vastating, robbery und murder. Ar.d this fact tbould arouse every devotee" of Liberty and Law to oppose to tho rioters the ster nest reoUtance. . . A dispatch from Uagerslowu ssy that the rear gnurd of Le's nrmy left Slarll'.is burg at 2 o'cluek on Snurday morning, a few rnvslry men pu ketitig the other side of tbe Potomac Onr w hole furco in acr the river. Tho Potomac i railing rapidly. Gn .Lee Is retreating his .main , force !y Strasbutg and Stanton, not by Culpepper. From Ihe Indianapolis Gatelt we loam that io tbrte daysnfier Gov. Morion issued hi call for volunteers to defend the State fiom tho invaders, no les than C0,000 men offered their gorvicu, 20,000 of whom were on the ground armed and cqiippad, ready for service. Tin rapidity of organi zation on the part of the militia W nttnbut ed, and jusily wo h ive m' ft d-Mit., io Ihn wise forethought of Gov. M 'rton in prejnr. ing for Jmt such un eraurgency. By way of Momphis.we 'earn that Bragg ia retreating aslat as possible into Georgia, i-harply put6ued by Rosrcruti. w hose d vauce has reathod U mie. 'flits place is a long d stauce southeast of Chttnii6"ir,' where Brags? wa supposed to be. The dUuiitch siiv's that Urnicg wns endeavnritiji to make a Junction with Johiiaton ; if ho. where U Johnston ? The City of Jackson U many hundred miles in the rear of 11 se- crans urmy. Botitlm, on tn ynnr hallh ! do ant tnit to the Armjr IKipplIra CMnim. Krer, ana nowei enmpiitint, win inimw roumltjhtwitln'liicretmn. Mnllowny'4 I'IIIk nnd iltntmnnt i-bnutd bt io trrrr nian'ii kntpmck The Rrltlnli mil Fri-iich trcKipi an no other medtcinu Only SS centa per box or pot, Tarrn. "Tititb In mlhtr and will preTil." So will ftor rick AIIto'h Gold Mwll Sulrratnn or all oth', nolwilh .tandlnr an manr In ti tnid ar tnrln t J IrnlUtc il. and deeHro tn public with a aimrinnn article. Oar adtice i in n no nllixr. try n i nthr. eill fur no other, and be nut off with no other tnr we eu there i no other ea food. It Ukaetew InqnanlitT ; It l rr mpennr lo eoaa w nee wnn rreem tirter : it i free f oin all Me trion nb-Unce : tou can obteinmneb better biwlte wllU tt than with any other ealentu or.wlth eoda ; we bava. Trjr n, ana pn iron ei perienoe. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -veu of .v Ednrnllonal. Tbe Wnatem Here femiirr, "lo cated t Kermrtiiti.n. ) nffr m a tenimee ir( ynnine o bnt i exe who dlre tn o'.tol-l a thornjb icjulemlr e.l.it -lion II i oleeiiantlr Mtuaterl In e nniet rurtil village arq i luiri-n a with irnnrl Oheinlcel Plill.wonhipal Amml, ff"d I.I' brerr. Mepe,(llii. fco. The eximiiitiir of the varinue elewee at the elo.e -f ihelat Term mi hilr nttfKetery to Tiei'nre, and Ttifyint t" the perante and friends of the ecboo), evlnein an ability en tha pert of Instructor, Ln ,imMrt knnwleda. end ala eesura viaonua annlicltioil and mental power on the pert of the Student The commencement exercleee were nfa blh order and were delivered with fln eflect to an appreciating audienea, ome of the pmductlnna beloir werthe of a place tn the cirrent lilereter of the day. clearly denvmitritlng that with the adrentaiea the Invito Unn offers all that l naeiled to in-ore ancce. In acquiring an edueitloo, la a reawinahle amoantof that ataple relied Hrnim, and thomne;h ap-tli-atii.n on the part of the etndenr. The hurt year h been quite n-nepernne-. hnwing an t-ereaaa'rf thirty eirh percent er the 'or mer yea', and tbe omened fur th f'n'J Ttrm, ooinmencelBf Antnet 11th I'mxlma. are qul'aflatteiinc We Invite Parenta wl.Mnr to eend their chl'dren away from htm- to e-lneife them to eeod them to Pamneton anr. In tbenv that no naim will he snared to educate and refine their Inttltrtlt and to n-eeerve their Mnraln. Ooo hnard ean be ohlelnd In nrirate fimille. at Tnim tl.Sn to $J,00 perwek, aod Hooine for aelf hmrdln? at roamnah' rae, Tie ff'uttT ItUfTtt Cl.Titnirlt. Wooden Bowls. A LARGE fl'sortmnnt nf ilio lc-t wood en Iwiwle eyer brn,i(rht Into tliu market, at T. Mo-0TIRB-, opporite the Fink llouae. HICKORY PLANK WANTED. The nhrihr wl pT $20 rvflr JI for tm-i Hickory riat.k. f'n avnd thrHo.eiehth' 'hick, io;1i( or ixtn ft fn ly-np-ih it!w1 thmutrh srid throiitrh. fVir th nxt duvn, dt- Hvtw'd at hit Factor, nn Ctntt tn-t, In i(ia Tillmr of ApNUMiIA. tl). A. I11TUIH ' " r AibUbula, Julj, Oth, 18G3. 3.707 Executor's Sale of Heal Estate. IX piirMitnfft of ah Oril r; nnfil hv he Cirt of Common I'lf-aae of Anhtahtila Cuun(jr. Ohio, will offer for aale at Public auction, on tbe 1.5th day ot Arwt. a.. 18C3, at iVelneV, forfnoon, npnn tlv pre in Iff,, th fo11flwl"g rfraKiiri. d Kf ilEiiatt. nitiiatpdin tlito 'ownn'itn r n mouth. in (he county of Ap,i.hiil i and titrttv of Ohio, bfinjf pa't No nititteii. In min In-ftDnhit , and lntunfie-1 a tni-owe iw glnnlogat the c tr of tt- hlrhwar. ot tli lit'ei',trn the Uat id Jain1" Hall and of the en tan nf I haum-cr fia'l, 1e rt-iM'l, and rmmintr wtntb out dyrit ut ch tin, tliii' WHrt 8! dffrwai. fn ir Hifnn, ta'sinir-two tH)k, Vi a pnpliir te tb.'C u"rth -ix n dV,rnt wit four hin- a"-! ffry five link tt. a hirn'e-. utttddi ; thne north nin d'(rr' wt one litn and tifiy link, theticn uir.h foity-fire den e a-t to thr foot of the Vlnin Brimk i thenr along Hi- font pild hank t it com" oppiHitte tltt plar wita It line b twi fn tht-Un'tn of m)ij iatn fUU und of i I iiamcy Hali'a ta, ftln i-ito the l.r.H-k ; thnre t-atfrlv t 'h- line b twyn thn lam of sutid J at !) nd Chun,v' rKtsttt tie wss aU the its lv a en force this than some With In or this not ex tbe done nos And tliemy oah to tne place nf b-gi'inina-; t"aether will, the privl'ope of b ill'lh'S a dan .erne the etiein -f wati-r sain ina en lee: ni.-n. ner me .r,.nn p in m w an.-e e,-rine.l Pre,,,i.e. u,.n,i whirl, eald imni tnere utanr). Woolen Kse-orr, Ki'lw with ell the maelilnery and fix- tura., ee,.t..t th ateam enetne boiler, and exy-.tina trip of lyml nil the eat eWe of aaid pr-'mleee. three rode wide, exlenTl-f: from ine nisiiwar to me pnuio nne m eald pli-re of hind eet off ua pert of tha nomei-tead nf Rarab Hart. Anpral-ed at ; .510 -. l. nm ii nna iiiirn in ninn one.inirn ,n year, and one-third in tw yeaja from the day ol sale, with tntereat, the narnients to be eeen-ed bt morlsaee on the pre ml.e. aoM. RI1S KI.I. B. IIAHT, 4t;0H Eieeutor of John M. Hart, deceased. July la, ISM. PREMIUM CHEESE. HIT. HALL baa nrruiu'eil for n ron a ptant supply of llaryer N'ettle'on rhnlc fheeee, for th retail trade. Erery family sn -ws its yalue. Aloo ehnlnsat Stock of Family Grocer es In town, as a larirelr l e turd trade wlU te.tify. CaU and exaniin them at Store in risk Blood.. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Of Land and Tenasnasita. Ashtabula Common l'leas, Juue Term, 1863. OeorM Hall, ) SLalBt V . Order of Bala. WUUam Crockett aod others. ) 13Y virtue ol an ORDER of SALE XJ duly Issued from aatd Court, In the shore ear, te directed. I will.otfer fur sal by way of publis auction, at Court llouae, in Jeluueoo, AahUhuia Lounty, uuio, On Saturday Ihe 7,'ld da u of August, Ji.D. Between tbe hours of 10 and 4 o'clock ot eald day, tha described Lands aad 4eoemeats, to wit I bttuatc tn llw townsnip oi rieruuint, iu lue voun.j w and SUM of Ohio, beinz a nart nf lot No. UO, In town ship No. II, la UrtSrst range of township io tbe Connecticut nV(tuuinr at rhe corns re of tbe center and town line a.tween Hlehaaond and fteraoint . thence east alon center of the town lin road alateen rods i hnc paiallel with th center road tar enougu no'' Ihre acme aad a half (SK) of laud. a Jtppraiodat S KOW Anil A. amuni,-- '",- " - HpeoiaJ alastar Cumailsaiouf( Bhsrirs Offioe, July )tb. 13o3. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Ashtabula District Court, May Term, 1863. Alaitre Belnap, ) , ,0 , S Order of Sale, Jam Van Bursa ft Joaa larawa. BV virtue of an ORDER of SALE duly leaaad ream aaid Court, ia tha abora ease, to directed, I will offer fur sale by way of public auetiou, at door of th Court Hon, tn Jeieraoo, Aahtabu'a County, Obla, Oft Saturday Hie lid day of. lug., JI.D. 1863, Beiwcoa th hears of 10 and 4 o'clock of aaid da-, th lus described l.aods snd Tenements, to wit t B.lni th auai npon which th defeadaaV Jams Baraa, formerly rcatded, ooosiatlns of one buudred acres UadTknowa as a pari ol lot No. elahty-tbre (WO. 1 1 1 an part lot no. Bin iu, ia aiwww . toeethM with all th appiuUaaaass thereto belong- it, toawthac log." Appraieed at I hriA i OSiee, July 21et, IMS. f. A,. WUKHT. Sharlff. ar lasslCT iinimtwiwi. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD BOAXslTJf OFF ALL KINDS. Att, WarabooMa track, ttlr Vrrmf, lu. ftd. FAIKBAKKR, OIIFKNI.r.Ar Co. 172 Ik Blraat, Chleaft'. Bold la Ctanland by L F av I Dttrgcaa. B aarvhtl to bnf tmlj ttw galM. 5 Road Notice. NOTICE I hereby given, that an eppli cation by petition will be mV.de to tha CommleMonera of AhUbiilaCeunlr, at tbelr nnl reintar awnttat alUr tha pnbllration ef thie nolle, for tbera to cane ta be laid oat aid eiUbUehod, aseonllnt to law, a eouolf road, besinnlna: the foot of tlx eoath bnV of AeliUbnla Creek, oa Und of Darlae Ballebarr, and eoiameoclna at the and of a certain roid now opened and trareled to the North Rida road, la A.hUleile townaiiln, teter.eelirn aid North Kidfie road near tbe reeidenoe of Mr. i'ere ; runnlnl thence la a aouth weet erlf direction op the eald enuth honk to tb to the top there of thenoe rmtheilf to Intenieet a road In the townahip at l'lrmoulh, which paae the reildrnoe ef Mrs. Henry and tl re.ioV-nr ol lloraea feller at a point near tb latter ae4 renldenr. D SAUSUURT .I'liecii! I'eUlionrr July 9, HOft. U KINGS VILLE ACADEMY.' TUB XstTiTtf fvumvjz' Of (hi oVd irln! tnitttatkiB, will tonanti o TUESDAY, August 11, 1863. AND COMTINOS KLKTBK WEEKS, Coder tha TullUre ef tb Mlovlog BOARD OP INSTRUCTION A. JUDSON BARRETT, A. M. rRINCIPAL, Teacher of tb Claeelcs and Call LeUrre. , MISS AURELIA U. CHAPMAN",. PR8CEPTRR33, Tctvchtr of Modern Languagea ao4 Kaiaral Sdotf. MRS. EMILY" L. WARNER, Teacher of Mathematics and Ae latent la Latin. MISS EMILY F. WEBSTER,. AseUtanl la Ui Kuglleh Denartment. - MISS SUSIE E. BARRETT, Teacher of ktusle on tb Piano Forta aad klelodeoa. - L RANK T. LUSK; Teacher of SpeiioerUn Ptomaaably. The tteatd and onward roh-if which (hia ecbool haa maat dunlin tin ni euif civn cuuiuidtiou aad a , ciiuuitiiil. litut Otitjtt, lu itfc ft ifcuufl, a tf lauiysiig Dm It wu un -VKpeclfU. rtxittti 'uu rtWaHie-ai UUt) oi ttciivo uabnoiidiu ttaa -iiWfi'l tuyuavmi.uat 1 Out uuug Hie it itito ihts uriii), Vu uo hai tie lut cuuuU) huu liuji i juiU lue uummiiIuU uu of ivilstirs bast tligiUBM-0 (uv liiiUuu ul tklk clr u tli jupit-uuf Aotth Uu ieu huuiiiiusj auu ruwitig tluijr iu tae cua bUvucu auu eoLevui ot u aatruu- auti Iriuuaio. 1 iiub aevra aru uut in tiiv iut( bu wouia be uero, liuuug uo tbe buttle btj.Ui ui pMucipi ttuu ut tiulii, witu .atuiutaiisU e uun,i aui uig tu leiui jtA.-t pual, iiivie hare Ovnu a graatar uuutier iu aiivuuHiicu Ibm m au cuimtpuuaitig tftu fur Hi reef or iouftttsi i-t, .tiu it u gratilmg io lit Uiuttroe lo be iiiua tUbtavtiliIly u-tuid .bi Lbuii vuot'U to aecure gtMd tfstvuviM uii uvoa a.rfCtlrU ti e iui cuultueut lba( iu pttMuiii.g twioie tliw pwu.tc lite Mtiue tectierb lot nuuiiier jrtr. ua uuw tio laitliiutiy M.-rveu ua nr iit auil twu vjaritt auu arktug joi ibftn a cu(itiuutt,cu ut tbe petirtjiiMu Wutcb baa Lvtu ao -iuviat.ij bvvtuea uw.tjiloiij, h abatl ivCfte a btfiaiij lusjjoiiat). e iiiik uu iUI busMU ot hUj.erioriij w " claiui lot uur kcUuui u uudut iu.('urinc uor wuuid weat Uiuuie io ii tal AUf.aajei wuwii i JotjM uot uflsta. W'm cau uiiJej auu itiucl.) Uetuie tbe loilowing attiuieuta i i La lubuaiatucA teiDubli u or uu lue MiuUebt heir, are nuluu.ij atiti fruxobiii.Bj iuui.iiig a iauUtbiH aiubuiou lo 'iiriuUui bi.u io eiiitji- uu a liie ul higher a Una aud utfiivca. oiuut-utH ate tiertleJ iw uito and wumca, aud not aa mia- cltuuaist UfjTK atid w. ibey str tmliuuted out by lno umuul ul iai iUtry iit:ir buiei.itt puraVM. r tb htiauvu uf tliLir ttpmrti, Lut by tbe taitbiulitfA, iLeMai( aud Lxe ability Ibry evince, uud Wv tunctue auu purity vl tutjir .irtsa. lb uiMriuiiutf, ihuuh uiiedafipttaU betug uiadej itHire (O) ' pl.e pupii'it buiiur add w. iitpcoL tuuu li auy u bur con I idt isiUMh u yet fluiUutuiat tu ttcuura ruKacllul Uviaruuee to ' teacUrrs aiJ ctu au-i U..uortbit trtMluiuut uuiuug Ibe pu plM tllCllaOUl:), 1 b IiimIi ucuun ita ioieudod Ut be thorough aud practical (he pi i ampler, an wu ava lut lacia vt icif uce, bein, uxba mtd. lu lue Ciavoa imi.hu, accuiacy tu.uctUiitiu ia rvutjati, yi ttie iuu uuiora aim t i i uv to, rLttiu.jit aud iuutpeiiducj uf UtoUjUt riiti.ur tliau cu.tivatv iu ibe ttiuueut a lunv d peuutfucu upon uiuiuuiy m3 ixi bu.H. A icHclitir C'tai-i ul be f ...uu inr the btmeflt ot (Iiom ' ho amy dtttue lu leucu uu.tn liie couiiug wiitler. All tbe biaitciiee utuatij tiui.t In C'Utmou iiciiia wilt ruorive a tU'iimigti r;vier ptiucili-a mil uu expuiued Lbeurie C j."tJ"i tut lii.dr coiup ajc'i auJ uu p-t.Uft Mill bu HpdVid to tUt,ll I til aiLU)tVi ul tlila. C:tt.hB L ta.parl, Iti tu tUUftt ini- piusAivct iuauiiui, tiiicitjut aud ruiica tuait ucUou. XTiT It i rT lieairal'le th( tftudt uta be In attnaae (be ftirt .y f tut li in, a an or.tutzAttuit i eif:Cat3d on tbut da, a .d tile wbwle uiatL-hittt-ry of ftvhool put in woikintj ( tUrr. Ibohe a luit'g iu iau? titqufut.y tuake it oeceMM ry tu chaise the nrdt-rft to ac onnnodtte tbtiu, to do ahich, ia -uftuu the ocuukiuu uf much ditbeuity aud ptttpltxity. BATES OF TUITION.- I if Common English Urnnchea I.t I iter Ki.uiiriii, tsirva ana una. . . . $3 25 ... Uv French and ieru.au. eucheilia luO Muatoito I'i'iua Kurui BJid Meiodeou a . . e 8(0 Lfce of Inalruuieut . a 200 Hoard Id private familifo from $1 75 to $1 00 a week. Room lor Mill-boarding at very moderate latea. y Tuition payahle in ailvano. By order of tite Trunk), 11. H WKKSTKR. Prendeui. AMUS LUCIC, Suofitarr KlngKTlUe, OlUo, June 96, 1809. ttt-70T The Grsefenberg FAMILY MEDICINES A KK P' P'trcil ini'lnr t.lie iitmiwllate- sn- per' rrlclnn f.fa ekillful Physician, and they may be ra- li'l upon In all cum-e. ...... The inieliiin-nee t tlie enmoiilty la not Ineolterl by ma oiler nf a i-tnle meilirtne wl'lel) eiaime to Ciire ALL oiskares. bnl the Gre-leiilrst IteieeOiee enuelMt of eleven dillertnt Me licinea all un)ua1 d in the cure el Ibe i!l.eeeea for which .i. ...........t..ri imnti. whirh may be -elected one ap- ,irn',,riKte lo any of the tUeeues Incident to tuia couutrj and on ejimate. , - ,... v,HMi PUU are better than any other a ..1'iTU,JSM J j kin" ''" ' ""''-' rice 2. Cen s. a Tkt flrafliiberf Ulennt Calholico la an infalllable ma dr lor all i-emale alieaees Hiice 1,6 Cents. . rpf,t ffertss raeeliroa will aleo ear urarei, oun-e w ! th Kidneye, nrin- ) liflicnliiee In males. 1 UrmU.Mr reinH i hy far the moat powaful - - - . tbe hia me tha '63, fal lowing u lahula mad tne nortb me the fol low Van ol Say and efnenciniis cnipnund in uu l'rice 1. Ts Orttfrbtrr y sealery Syrup Is a certain and o,uicfc remedy for all di.eaees nl the twel I'rioe 60 Cent. Ts UrvftnUrg hilt Ptmidt naer fella to permanenUy relii-T tni. ditlein ilieeax Price $1.00. Te Gr rf mbc g CkUdrtm t Pmmetm Is an Invaluable com pound iu ail dieaeee Incident to children. The Urmftnhag fscer Amu Xeety Is a eoyareign sperllic for ibis iierticilar ols'a- Price so Cent. Ts Crmftxherg Oreen MouoUi Ointmnt axceU all othef salrra In iu eiiratir rtfrcte Price Si Cents: T Grmftobtrg Csssasssfies's affords the niost a... t"l.ll.ln reliel iu all puimnnary enniplalnte mt M a bot tle. nrAn eminent Phylclan of ew ork. sUtes Ihst h has kllown th tiraleubfrs ConenmpUre; Balm need with (.eat auoceaa in Dropsy. Our aw esperiance aubatantiatee bis stalemeut. 7"s Crf.brg sf M"'"" ost pleasant aa delightful tonic erer prepared Prios leuta. Tkt lirmftmberr If Lttum Is onparalleled la aU lnHanv iiophk tkstiwonV. Ma. IT B. KiaosLwT Dear Sin W feet it a duly wa owe,, tn the rublle, to etate that Marshall's ( athnllma is a medicine. Invaluable for eomplslnts clssaed under the head of female. Iilaeases: Wa have used your OrefsuberK Medieineand hsra beea (restly beueAled thereby, a much ro, that were th. prior double, we would have them. To th thousand of our sea who are eufferluf from weaknesses, w would recommend tbe Catholicon as a sure panacea. It elves strength to tbo eyeUm and enable aacb of tb offana of th body to porforaa. thsir appropriate function. Mra. W. CAKTF.R, Mr. E. K. WEBKrl. siiss C. oWOKUSTEJT: Uedlna, March 1, 1M1. eraeThe ahove named Idlaa wa are oeraoually acquainted Willi, and know that Inr aevernl years while we Uvd in Medina, they were great suffereea. Misa 8. baa been ao badly atnic'ed that It waa wlih'dinieuliy ahe aaa able ta eland upoa her fret. A few bntllea of Csthollana entirely cured her or ber on inula in ta. My wile received rat bewBt from tlila medicine. We roeommend it to the Ladies of this county ae a are ami elhcieut rtudy Jur themany V10'" U. Cdltor CanAald Uiuia FOR SAM BT A. Hendry, Ashtabula: Pratt CanBeld; J.lrnt W. W. Pulls, Austioburai M. Hmlth k Co, Oen'.a, Nathan Pariah, Kliis.vlll.1 L. Lyon, Conueautj Patar Heleb, Rlchuw.nd; B. M. Kurtoo, Andover; Walls i eaulknyr Cherry Vallev; Demlng, 8t .uhn. ft Dodge, New I ymi B rolebronk; ft J. tllbha, tirwelli W. If. Utiuiar, Rod, Cceakj Hiram Morgan, lUrUgrov! K. B, PraM, Wayo. as. B. B. K.LS.CSLKY, Clayalaod, A sent fcr Ohio. RMORY LUCE, Dealer io Bweet Potato, and other Kariy r Also, Use, Is tabala, Ohio, Otner aaxry name auu , . Also, telertarreervea f rtum, nmuw., - too BEST BUG All CURED 1IAWS For by Sal rlKHKlCK "Wft. J