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A CoUgh( Cold, or Soro Throat, RiqviHt IttMiDt jlrft AtTfrjrrio, in Stiotri.t m CSictro. If Allowed to Cornier, 'irtlUtlta. f ( tha Lrnifit a t Permanent Throat Afieetlo'hi, or a at Incurable Lana; Dlacasa I OrTB TBI BrSTJIf . ' j 1 ROWN'f BRONCHIAL TBOCHfce BATIK A D1MCT IXFLCKKCI TO TH HT; tHTA faBrpN 1 ' ' " ' AT sYBLIir. ' For DronelM, Asthanta, Catarrh, Omnthtpth and ' ' Tuoefrn a ens wit iAt ooob mtn, 11RQERI AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS Will find Troches eseful la steering tho volet wb taken De fers Ringing or Speaking, and relieving tba throat after aa tonumal exertion of tht roeal organs, ' The troches arc ttwnmmdH and prescribed by Physicians, and have bad wstlnsooialj horn eminent man throughout th country. ' g en article of -tree merit, and baring proved tbelr effi cacy by a test of many years, each year tinit them In new . loaalltiu la various puts of the world. and tha Troche ara universally nronosnaed better tbaa other artleles. . . . i Obtain only Baown'ii Bronchial Taocun," and do not nke any af th Worthiest Invitations that my be offered. Bold everywhere in tba t'nlted State, and la Foreign . Countries, at 86 cents par box. SmB2 A Mapcrlor Bfmtdlf-lTi can conscientiously NmmiMm! to thoie suffering from a distressing cottgh, lr. .leteWseds Mslltauoue Con,h Balnm. It give rellel almost Inatanentrs, and is withal not disagreeable to tha taste. There Is na woubt bat tha Mellifluous Cough Ralaaro an ooa of tha bt prepniatlons In oca, and 11 all that Its proprie- ' or alatma for It. Wa ban tiled It during tha put week, and found rallcf from a moat distressing cough. It la pra pared by Dr. Strickland, No. 6 F.aat Fonrib Street, Cincin nati, 0,, and for aala by Diuggists. l or aala la Ashtabula, bj George Wlllard and II. A. Hen. rr. SO Two BadCaseo og Pllea Cared Bj Pr. Strlek and't Pile Kemedy. Mr. Ulnes of Janeavllle, Wisconsin, "Vrrtes for tha benefit of all who suffer with tha Piles, that he haa been tranhlad tor eight yeare with an aggravated m vf Plies, and hie brother waa discharged from the army ae In vwrable, (ha being orHe aarnirted with tha Pile.) Roth ' tweee efetresstog eaeea were eared with one bottle of Dr. fttrtttland't Pile Remedy. The recommendation cf three eentlemen, beelda the dally testimonials received by Dr. Strickland, ongbt to convince thoae mineilnr, that the moat aggravated chronic eases of Pirsakraeured by for Strickland'! Pile Remedy. It te aold By Druggists everywhere. Far aala In Ashtabula, bj (reorgn Wlllard and H. A. Tien dry. So .BRIDAL CHAMBER, ah Essay of Warning and laatrae ' tlon for Tonng Men phbflsbed by tha Howard Aaeocia ' aton,and aent free of charge, hi rented envelopea. Addreae Dr. J. 8KILLIN HUUOHTUN, Uowaid Aeeoolatian, Phila delphia, Pa. y7b Wklekerel Whiiktril-Do yea want Whlekera er Mouetaebeer Onr Grecian Compound will force them to grow oa the smoothest bee or abln, or on bald Heada, in fix . Weeka. Price, 1, 00, (lent by mail any when, cloeely eeal d, en receipt of price. Addreea, W A RN tt k COn Uoi 138, Brooklyn, N. T. TOO ly Chapped Hands, Sore llpa, Chllblalna, afcn HRUKMAN A CO J CaMPHOK ICK, with UI.Y;EklNE, aura chapped bands, Ate. Immediately, and will keep the akin en ft and smooth In tha coldest weather.' Bold by Drug gists Price 26 cents Bent by mail for 36 cents. v . , . MEUEMAN CO. SS Chemists and Druggists, New York. SRINDRETH'S VEGETABLE PILLS. - Are infallible for ooeltreness, spaiuns, loss of appetite, sick tieedache, giddiness, senseof bloating after meals, dixtittees, drowsiness, and oraraptng peine, and all disorders of the atomaeh and bowels. Original letter at 204 Canal Street. New York. J. 1. C, COOK, publisher of the Stat Hnrr , V Ben uington, VC saya: ha was attacked with Dyspepsia, and ejorTereaeo eeverely from It. that not a parrlcle of fiKxl oonld a taken -without occasioning tba most uncomfortable senea- ttoo In hla stomach. For Are years he sulTered from the - dreadful complaint, when be used 1IRANUKKTH S PILLS. ThaAnrt box did Dot seem to benefit hlro much, but the are end prodneed a change, and br the time he had taken six box es a COMPLETE CUKE was effected- He saya: "My dyspen- - at a waa gone: amdeny expectation afao early death vanished. Olti MARSHALL'S . Headache and Catarrh Sr.uff. This Saoh haa thoroughly proved Itself to be the best ar ticle ever known for curing the Cattarrht Cold 1st - else) Haavd and Hoahelaelieu It baa been foand an ex . eellent remedy in many cases of Bore Eyes, Itcafairaa haa been removed by It, and Hearing haa often been greatly improved by Us nee It opens aud purge out all obstructions; streogtbena the Ulende, and gives A healthy action to the parts affected. It Is recommended by many o the best physicians and la need with great success and satis e eactioa everywhere. Mora than tb'rty years exptfletrce haa proved Its groat walae and at this moment it stands higher than ever be te re gait by H. A. HEN DP." AsbUbula- and br all Dmg arista. , . 77 . . ' , , AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS ., ARB tha moat perfect par gative Which we are able Ia nmfliire thii.h we think haa ever yet been made by any body. Their effects have shunilMiitlv ahiiwn Li Ilii. community how nmch tl:ey escei lue ominary metlicoies In use. They are safe and. pleasant to take, but powerful to -cure. Their peneratlng properties stimulate !Le ilnl activities of the body, remove the obstructlous of its organat i narify the blood, and expel disease, . they purge out the aaul hnmors which breed aod grow ill-temper, stimulate ragglsh ar disordered organs Into their natural action, and Impart a healthy tone with strength to the whole system lfotanly do they aura the every .day complaint of every, kody, eat also formidable and dangerous diseases. W hile . Abey eraduee powerful elfeota, thee are at the same time, in diminished doses', the safest and best physic that can be em . lHfediorcbildrea. Being sugareoeUl, they are pleasant i take; and, beiog purely vegetable, are free from any risk elfhana. C urea have been made which sutpass belief, wete ,!they not substantia ted by men of such exalted position and , character, as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many em '' inent dergyxoen and pbyaiciaoa have lent their names to Aertiry to the public the reliability or ear remedies, while " athers have sent aa the assurance of their eonvletlon that, ' onr Preparations contribute immediately to the relief of our ailllcted. suffering fellow men. ' ' The agent below named ia pleased to fornlsh gratis oar Amertcin Almanac, containing directions for the use and , ssertifesaias of their cures, of the following complaints: Cotv.e. Hillinus Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropav, ' Caaribttrn, Headache arising from foulstoniach, Natisra.indl ' erestion, Mureid Inaction of (ha Bowels and Pain arising ' aherefrem. flatulency. Lose of Appetite, all Dlaeases which ' an evasuaht medketne. They else purify the blood and stun slating the aystem.ujre many eomplsnta which it would not supposed Ihey could reach, such as Deafness, Partial BMndneai, Kewralgia and Nervous .lrritUbillty, Derangements athativar sodkidoeys.fiout, And'otheg kitidrrd eoniplalnta asiaing froaa low state af the body, or obstructions of its functions. Do aot be put of by anprlnelnted dealers with other prep, afatlo'ns which they make front on. Demand ATKK'a and take na others. The sick wast the beat aid there is for them jrne they hould have it. iPrenared by Da. t. T5. At an k Oe., Iiwell, Vass.. and sold tynsa. WiLLAoeaod II. A. Uaavar, Druggists, Asbiahula, aud ea,larsverrwbera-, h .,,,.. (. ,,.., , Ta Ceniumptires. The anderslgned having been restored to besltb in a tew weeka, by a very simple remedy, alter having suffered several rears with a severe long atfeo - Hon, and that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the meanaof cure. To all who desire it, he wtll send a copy of the prescription weed (free of charge,) with the directions for prei aringand ' aslng the seane,whleh they will nod a sureeure IbrConsamp- 4ioa Asthma, Coughs, Colds, Ac. The only object of the .. advertiser in sending (Tie Prescription is ta benefit the afflict . ad, and spread information which he conceives te be Invalua. ble I and be hopes every sufferer will try hla remedy, aa ,t will cost there nothing, and may prove a blesslog. - parties wiahiug the preeriritton will please add teas, REV. EDWAHD A. WILSON, " sa8rr Wllliamabnrgh, slings County, New York. "D RY BARR ELS.The etibricrib , are hating ample faolHtlee for the uahufaetur of FLOVR ' and other DRY BARREL8, are -able to sopplyany de snaad tor aril dee la this line, at short notice, and Bpoa , favorable terms . 8TAVEA, ready cot for tba maaohetpra of bairela, may tat ebtained: aa can, at ths.factory. , ALSO Bhafta and Poles and Wblppletreea and Kvenera, "anmplete, nulabed o' In the rough, of the beat Umbers, may aa naa aa anpiieavtoB. HITCHCOCK fc atn . teJmla,ull,Ioo r, . ..119 GO TO Beckwitl) St. John & Co's. JF VOU WATif i Fralt Caaa t-os .White Lead 'i.'. ) :'Y i -rii Linseed OU .t lrA . j .f wti vJ ... Carbon Oil . : ..., Pewder ... , ,- . n ,, Phot and Lead fi IT A T' P aadCauxaaey.'. J.K - Ash ton Salt .(: ' I - .!, h , sakereVNa I ,. 4 . . . . InkiU. .' ' fiXa, Vk(l.a.k and Mackinaw Treat. Yoa irlll also Cad Iret-rata Tea, CoSea, Sugar, and a great Variety of other Groceries. . a s. at. a. tea. Ashtabula, 0. Jnhel6,I86o. 1 . Tlompion Quarry. .() rniiik buarrr 'situated1 alt " TnoniDson. JL . Oeaaga County, la tha nearest atlfj tnoal eoavanieat fos the ettanmeef Ashtabula and vicinity, -of any olber, and the auatrty at Ms stone ia anperior turtrmnessol teatareaad darabtlity. Baeoe aut to any dims ua loss, and for any purpose dreesed ia the moat workmanlike manner.and at short nottea. 'Orders aoHclted, for Flagging, Stepa, Well-Staaea, Uader. Biaoine. Window aod Door Caus aad Btlla, Coplne aad War , tar Taklee, W haa the traveling is cooa. narties ausr do their .-www smimi as a eoasineravie aav Mg, e"" TbtNBinsua,llee..s.aae. .Ml TEACHERS' EXAMINATtONB, JL Tfa Board of County Kis.iuIbi for iiIuUbua CiHiotf mm mn raninua-ii h iwavvi. Uktli I i ? At West An4oei..a , , Oct 1th, ' Uth. a 1 ... , ursoi, ' a JeOersoa, " Austloburg, " 1 1 !;"'" ' ? a joaesaoa, - Msih, a ' loth, a . ? Koe "l tii" I . stalleraon, -e'ea.elh, lbM.. rlvaU aiamlnaUonJ are Worst, aad will ta no ear be a1 - Tha law veeelres at a ennALloa of axaanlaatioa, that sash applicant pas the Hoard ai f saaiiaers a fee af afty esala. ' . S.t). WADS, U -inavU ... '-..( r. CWlt 'I WEEKLY TELEGRAPH BY JAMES Dttt. .'..'.. I j $9 A Tear Ititarlahly IrsAdrante LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Rlf a ha.-A grfod gisbtikicni n fcatd at All times, alUbinye. . .-,.,., ; ,, , The tTtlrgropk will he clpbbpd with Har pers W'ect IJr i,r M Jnthfy for 85.2.'' , J ElnggbiHa Acflrtetny ' opened its wjnts about Ibe. first Inst j with, ever evldjnce of continued IneoeM and popnlnrily. - Some 15 jroTeroncDt borset ere old at aoction In Conneaat on Saturday last, taugiug from 8100 to $150. ... ,' , J. S. Abbott cf Conneaut bag j'Ht rccuired a large addition to bit atock of Jewelry for holiday presnis. "",' !' v' , ''" ' After to nuDtaTwatm lull the .weather baa become very cold, the mercury linking to la' little "aboe fro. 125 barrels of oidor for Hie Pittabtirgh mar ket, taya the ftrporlcr, were 'jiurthased in that townships Tor ' . ' ;i Meesra. Geo." Willitrd and Mayor Morrison bare each rttamcd from New Yoik, where tbey bare been laying In their winter supplies Mr. Stephen Daoivlt, of Conneaut township recently aold a celebrated gpankh buck to a gentleman ia Geaaga eouury fjr ' tlie sum of 500. ' 'i ' Mr. Jeremiah Dodge; of N ;w , Lyme, lost a Bi.e Cottawold ram oor day faL Untki which waa considered one of the Oueal apeciibens of alerp in the county. . ' ' ; r - "- Twee1 II. K. Parsons, Ktq of Aabtttbula, ia the Grand Juror from this couhty ,tp t .U.f S. Court, which aeta at Clcftluud eu the stuond Tuesday in January. ,- , . , . Rral Estats CiiANass. Tho bntiiesteti'l t:' Rsuben Tower bouse and fuur acres of jatnl bat been purchasod by et,. lVlQnaiugp, Csn sideration, 4,025. . -;.,.:' Thr Dabk Naomi, suid to havo been ground ed at Grttud Travera, it turns ool, was in .ru fortunate than the report having never been to that locality, or t planted herfuot UDOfi itg i,ore' .',') ! it ' v ' " ' ; Tux pnyers should bear iu niiud that if they do not resp' nd on or before the 20ih inst., with green backs in hand at "'i'rensurtir Burges'a office iu Jefferson, a penalty of 5 per cent, will bo charged and collected as the law directs Leaving children lo lake cute of themselves aod the bouse, as practiced by some puienls who huve occasion to leave botne, waa shown up in . all its reprehensibleness rcCcotly at Raleigh, Canada - West, ia which caee the house took fire and the whole family of four children were conpurbed ia tba building w Bopv Snatching 'I he body of iho strupgir foand dead near Uuiouvilio, an account, ol which we gave a short time since, was claimed by his wife from 111, who came lo remuve it. but opou opcuiug the grave it waa found to be tciianlk'Bs a result which is laid at the door of the Doctois the rasculs 1 . - B. F. II. Lyon, Ksq , of the Krio Dippatcb haa been madee Coiiucilmuo, Riqtort it.. i We hope there is uo tea room utlucbeJ to the council hall, as we decidedly perf r onr friend's brain, to any extent of umbilical . per iphery, lo which such institutions ",are , con sidered to be provocative. ' 'J' Fos Tub Holidays M. (i. Dick has the larget stock of holiday goods and noli.ms, ev it sjireud beforo an Ashtubula iubljp. It runs through tht! gamut, from the elcgitnt and uneful to the merest bauble detuned to fulfill llie old apothegmr"ploased wilh a rallle, aod tickled with a straw." - - ' ' Wkitino Cla8sks. Prof. Talinatlge will be. gio bis second term on Wednesday, the 2(Hh inst., ot tbe same hours observed in the term just closing, at the "same room. His classes are well attended, affording evidence of an ap preciation Of bis sbiif add devotion -as a teacher of this beautiful art, as well as an appreciation of the art ilself by tbe fining geuerulioQ. Tuakk-oinikq Dat. TbauUfgiving in De cember set med out of place. The day was Ubbered in by a disagreeablo snow storm, and Ibe weather continued unpleasant, pining a dtmpcr on all plans for out-ofo oor recreations, and causing the services at ch urch to be thinly attended, and our jlreets lo look de serted, notwithstanding tbe oumbors who csm t 'boon' to spend the day. Dr. Ilughes, the bigamist and murderer of Miss Tamzen Parsons, of Uedford( Cuyahoga county, to whom she was married fn' Pittsburgh last wiuter, previous to her knowledge of the existence of his former wife, is now oo trial at Cleveland, aod one of tbe singularities of tbe case, is, as we see it asserted, that the culprit was dot allowed to enter a plea of guilty, as he proposed, but that a trial was insisted upon by the Court I Some persons are bated because ibey are not known, aod tbe reason they are not known is because lliey are bated. There are, also, im portant truths tbst sre neglected and despised, because prejudice stands in tbe way of their examination. There are great moral principles which are undermined and warred ogainft with vehemence only regulated by advaucing light and corrected public sentiment, sud which are grudginglv yielded to or accepted c-uly, because ibey becouie too formidable for further resists ance. ' ' Pp Friday .last, . Mr., Win. Tt:),, tyspro prtetor of the sawmill at Sicauiburg io' this county, while oiling the onio shaft of tbe mill,; was caught , to . Ibe fly wheel, aod terribly mangled one arm being shattered, bis face and, bead vry seriously hgured aodjiw broken. At first bis lite was die-paired of, though now it is thought be may live. .This has been an unlucky mill. Wiihia tbe last foor years one man was killed by aa explosion and aooihar by a piece of timber sUikvog hi. and tbe mill itself burned down. Bo say tho Sentinel of tbe 6th. ' tiji PtAHoFoaTa(aGeo, Uali ijooi e'xpeet to leave tlie world abd: fu activities Without a record. Tba exsetlng world does not usuujly ask more of mortal mao than to excel Id jbis ehoseo and legitimate cAllloa; end avocatioo sod this oor ft lend Hall is bound lo fulfill to tha outside, verge. 'Bis energy' eclipsed all competition io tb'a neighbqrh,ood, and soi the same energy begins to d 1st orb bis competitors, we notice, In tbe new field be has Saneied to tba old one Clerelscd. Tbe old rats of trsde are too narrow sod straight ! for '.each spirits, beoca jealousy and jar. Hi advertisement will ibow' what oe'-is about. . 0 j "I 'ti ' 'l "! MiRSiitajJowN, Among , onr, siprchants that are ciTering their stocks at reduced prices, with a determination to prepare for any posaU bTnvbnabge.)o the 'market, na . well as 4o mnka room for the next seaaos'a basloeaa with- fresh ' supplies, still be ateo by advert imcDt, are the . IlKnaicic Brothers sad 8. ConKi. Ttaerr Wer ' tares to t the parohahins; poblio, will not, wc aappose, be ditregardod, '-. f te new Iroa bridge avt lbs dupot. It is on Herat fjpl, Is nOt.'Irt bfl pot to "se this winter th erk of BUlnj; has been snspendeff, rjot to lie resumed until'sprlng. Uonsideralfona of ecotiomy are said to' liovd' broihptevl tttii con clusion. Much, however, boa-been done by the removal of the wbole area of bottom bound ed by the line of the foad anil the curve of the creek, down to the river bed, whieh has been thrown loto line with thn aid of bnrrows and wagons. A slight rise of the creek, now pro duces lake or scree tnerent.: i .'.ei,,s Lof yAw A young lady, Miss Delila Rng. crs.lu Kingsville,' waa attacked wilb tetanic spasms, refilling to triBinus and opisthotonos. For a week previous she .had been sulJVring in. tensely from felon oa her fiiiger, produciog extreme nervousness at.d gonernl nervous de bility On Nov 29th ihe bm ihc Telon Innced, and was loketr Imrncdialely with lock jaw, and re ifift'tied oncotisclrtds ' and in ppasms for' four hi.hnt. Dr. Kingslry wos'called and atterlded the cnrnf, Fgigtfd somcwbul by Dm. Young of 'ieiieve and Von Norman of ihix place. -These terriblo fpasnis lusted Tor five days? rasklnf it cecewnry dnring each one to have several per sors lo hold ber. . She hod eleven in nil, and the major purl of them lnsiing from two to lour hours gbe regaining tonseious after tbd first. During a great part of the five days, she had lost the power of deglutition. The patient ot tha date I improving , rapidly, and wilb a fair propct or recovery. ' I'y reference to our advertising co'nmnsit will be seen that the firm of MuusflelJ A DrtJce have iflored for sa'e, at much reduced prices, the whole of their large atock of Clothing anj Cloths. - We are triad to aee this movement ia the flht direction. At this season of the year, when winter clothing Is so much a necessity and so high, every rffrt to clieupcu shoold b ap preclntoil, and when a lending firm, doing so large a business, umh-rhtki's this, at a lime too when the nimket prices in the r line are fully sustained, imlicaies a generous purpose fi the public relief, aud wtt trust the effort will qot'be utiapprechtledTbeadvaiittioe3 offrcd are based apoa i Stock more extensive than any in the county, uud our county friends will be abundantly compensated, v we donht not, for driving in from I heir distant localities to lay in their winter goods at this maiiiujotb ettubltsh-meuti Biulb SKBvrrcDS--fhellly. N. 'r Bailey, uow supplying the pulpit iii" the PiegSjterian Church in Ashtabulh, will deliver a discourse pon the Sabbaih evenings of December 1.7 lb and 24 lb, at CJ o'clock, in said Church, on this SUl'jtCt : . .. , . . . ..r. ; . The prrtonul trniludt inslitnttd ly Mott$ txpliiiited and jutifi,d, an the principles of le nrvoUnce and equity. There being now to ex itcnient of the public mind on the subject of involuntary servitude, the people are in a condition to hear, with can dor the teachings of the Book thit never erri, on this important jtuly'icU Come, therefore, you that reverence, uud you that discard the iSei iiitures, aod hear, and theu judge wh'l iathe wisest and best legislator God or man.' ' ' . .. The ncciediied learning and ability of Mr B. area guaranty thil theso lectures will' be a ihorounh, luuid and Scriptural exhibition of this suMcct.' :' ' ,' '" . . CasyAl.Tr. Ou AVeduestlay of last week i D aceideut occurred ou Oil Creek, ubout two miles below Snuffer's, in which the "lie v. J.is Bounar, of our village, sustained acrhxis injury aud bis sou James iuel his death. ' Th'e: pat tic ulara are as follows ; ' . . v Mr. and Mrs. Bounnr, liuvine beco called bv telegrebhj had gone tin' Tuesday of last week to their son, who was ill of typhoid fever. ' As tbey wpre watching; w'uh - hifii ,ou, Wetioeailuy -tibiituuu suuui inrceuuiDCH, Tfl rs. UOTIllUT ou- t iced; a trangB-. crackling notee, ind, opening the door to see what the occasion of it was, was inet hy a (iense voluntc of smoka; c,tnia fV'n a room ou the aame 8 tor of tbu building, , Bba doted tbe door, and, knowing the only escape waa by the window, opener! it, and, after cove r- jng her sou with a q'tilt, as ha lay in ihjBrim of his fatlitr, ! jutiij ed from., the WiuduW 'tttbt) ground to receive him from bis ruther. ' Notfq ing that they did not ronie to the window, Mrs. Bounar called to some of the wotkmea who were running to the boose from the wells that her sob and husband were fo tJ'e building Tbey immediately raised a plank to the wiudow ledge, and thus got to tbe room, which was now full of smoke. They got James out Crrt without a scratch or bruise upon bis bodyv'aud bad to return for bid father, whom they fouud.j after 'some search, lying close to the wall pndbr lb wiudow, but covered by tVe end of -tbe plank. He was rescoed just ' -'lo- Mint, after beiog burnt npon bis bead and left band,' and rendered insensible by the smoke end bot air. James was takes to one of tbe neighboring bouses, and is about fifteen minute bis soul winged its way to Him wbo gave It" Mr. Bon oar waa so overcome by heat sod smoke, it, was two hoars before be was really brought back to sensibility. 7 V. 7 '. V v-! Tbe body of Mr. James boonar was brought home en Thursday by Mr. Gray, carpenter, of r, : in'.A V.t.Ln L.LrJ'i 1 . - I Painosvlllci wbo" was Working oo- tbo bouse aod w bo los all bis tool. K Mrs.'lionoar'Tietorned t' Mtt'dBywlth her busbaod under tbe kindly support of Mesrs. bYaleott sod Tyles, f this village, whd proaaptly' went to her a?lstaoCfj .upan; beartoj, of lbs act cideot. i The building burned was the office of the NoVfilWam tire is thought to bave atarted 1o aa oppef room, fronf a. pipe passing through the floor. ' . A little child lying lu the room ggiere thoj Br bsgaoai' isaTftltl wititQUt! tarm ,yi its rJiotheri' Mr. James Boonar was much loved and re speoietlby tlwroen wUt wbo at he bad ts'tlaal ia that rough sod wild country j aod this 'was an opeasieu of groat satiafavcttopa la ibie it was gained by bis Constant sud deterniiood adhei rence U what was' b6nest aprlght sod traa Tbey mourped bl ( loss eeply weeping like childres sud showed,' is 'dlil',a1I tbe people there, so far al id them' lay,' great kioduess to bis father and mother ( .'tUii U'ody,ai foJlosre1- to' the -grave last Sunday by s great oouiber sf people. V i .'- i ; - Mr, Boonar seems to be lmprovlog, sod W trust wigoffoi' oa 'paiaBnt Injarjr from the sccldsnt; trt vc,.g get) j, lAVjnv.'ci tS t re,,,l. .,(,, . C, H. Coos. A very pretty and pleasant note from bar old friend anrf townsman, C. H. Cook, enclosing a subscription In advance, re minds as of h Is snccess a s teacher" of penman skip, and also ol the encoroSurn of bis preceptor , P. R. Spencer, that as a penman, he bad few rjrjtils In the' cotfnlyV' f ht attainment, with hfs considerate and ' blameless deportment, bai placed him la a pleasant and lucrative position in a wholesale 'apt) .'retail, dry goods houe,lo Day lori, wtere.ne finds' scope for the Indulgehce of bis fgvorite.ohirsgravhio tsstf, sod where hi viU no doabtmaktlhtwtealfabtradootlvfiaeful.- Rkno TiMks-.'. he first' iNol of this joarna', jaststirteel at tbe new town of RetHvVeeango Co., Pa.,, a. I).. pAoa, ..forroerry orthe Clevels'ridXraa'e, .editor, has beeft received. Everything is new endjastefuhibnut it- band somelyewofkad, al ofrjoaree made v.f wilb tact add ability, a it eoald cot otherwise be andi-r friend Page's aduiheWWalion,'; In hla salutatory tire editor Ayi"tbe: Tim will 'tot be a polit ical paper ia a partisan ctonse, bat will at all times strive to uphold" the right and dttnonnce the wrong." We believe thai of our worthy contemporary, but regret that he is to be in anj wjEe.rbaaipcre(l,.or. his usefulness trimmed dowft tp 4ioTUotitia8i poJliical Detrtrelity. Politics can haraly be considered ia these days as partisan ' Loyalt or disloyalty, fiiendship or foeship to man, to light aud improvement, to government and' God; ' Nd 'one kbbws' (tils belter than (rMeu.I'uge, and nt shall look, not withstanding the elog.fora certain sound of his trumpet. The Time is to be devoted mainly to tbe growth and development of tbe locality end region where III rot is east. Madison Casuality. On evening (5th), Exprefa E-isl ran into a team at tbe crossing near the Madson Depot. Tbe horses and one man, Aldeo Nash, were kiljed immcJiately. Another mail by ' the 'name' bf i Holmes was Poverty bruised and bis arm brokun. , 'J'jie waga was totally denioliihed, of course. 1 Mr. Nuoh and XIr. Iloltnea lived ia lb north part, of tha town. He verdict of "nobody to bictre,"io.this case is believed to be tree as regard tbe train. The blame niust rest mainly . wilb those who have paid so dear a penalty. It is a marval that the train was not thrown off thn track as well. The . fragments of Ihe wanon were scuttcred on both tides 'and 1 io front of the .trainj and more than twenty pieces were oniir- pasrible rcot gh to.Luve thrown tbe train off tbe track. .- - T ! . 'I ,? Another fool was e-iught in Clevel end last Saturday. All the fools swindled are those three cent, self confident fools who know more than newspapers. This one paid for bis initia tion tnto the ranks bf sensible people tbe small sum of $100. lie kindly loaned a '"gentle manly mao that amount to pay a bill Tbe same old story. The fools are Dot dead yat. .: :. Singing School ! . la accordance with notice the glveo thmngli earious Churches on rnndsy last, - a nv-eting was held in the base ment of the Congruntional Church, on the evening of the 14th inst., for the p'rpee of nxinx nnon sme method by which a dinging School should be established in Ashtabula. Ahner gtroiig was eloped t'hslrman of the sleeting, and Die following meusHrea arln te I, that is, Thnt committees tie ap pointerifrom each oftheeereral societies in -Ashub-i'a to secure the r.atnes Mhise who were willing to pledg nttt nd ance. The cnmmitlees sppoiuted from tha various ocie lea weie as roflowa i ' " - .t - ' Copgregatiooal Visa Libble Gates and Ahner Strong. 1'resbTt erian-U las -Clara- G lessen, Joka. aantflc-ia, L. D. Cates. r . H ipllsl Mr. Wa'dron and Mrs. O. W. Strong. RlUcoeil tliss KnimaSevmo'irand AlbertStrong . .. Methodist Mrs M inn and Thomas alcGutre. Catholic Mr. Kane. , . . . The terms of tuition -ere Sxd at tl.Mfor gentlentan.and tl.no forladies.an'ijl OOfr child en. The meeting w,-is then adjourned till Mondav evening next at half.nast li o'ctnck.'ln arder tolve lime for the a' o-e-named commit ti es to work r.ut their part of the rogiamme. wtll who are fo firorof havinir a Sinving School established, brlealre to take fart In such an entrrprise, tire ernetly repu-stcd to lie present at the acxt meeting, when full pi4-ticu!:u-s will besjieu. . Chrisiniaa Tarty, at Smt li's llnli, Ashtabula, Mnnitny, Pec. tia, h, 1S05. Also a I'arty on New Years Evening. Yonr selrand T.sdvare resjwctfullv 'Invited. Music Ly etroith k Rogers' Hand. Bill $1 ft J Floor manajtr, W. E. l.igli. lly order of Committee. ' ' - l' ' P.S. All baggage will be c' ec'ied at the Halt. 1 II ' ' '-) ! VI t '. ' ' 1 ,' Fair and fashionable ' Voting An erica has instnilcd Pbalou's ,-' NigbuDlooming Cerens' as a specialty in all its drawing-room anil' botindoirs. It is well. Ueon'y should breut'je a fragraul almoapherek aud Najure, iu ull her bowers, has oo iche'rl pdrfoum .ih'ua . this Sold evf rywliere. I - ,'l'liis two. STAMAHDs.ALbeity' ..standard 'sheet," the Star-Hpaligh-d - rtaiiiier.- and Ameii cas'slatidui'di perfuuie, Ipbaloii's Niltl Uloont iug Cereus. Wherever tha one floalsfoti the air, an does the other. Sold evvrywbeie. liiuin.v IjiroBTANT Oval Irumes, Circle and Arch top fratnta; "Uusiic frames, Moulding frames, on baud aud uiade to order at Cost, fWaUJSiat:; i,f.-,1v-;,v'r2i -OriJ-iVI! 'A . ALUKtlT'S (IaIxkrv. ' For 30 days only Cafd Pbotoruphs Si jO per d'Z'ii 1 Albuius, Oval and Moulding Frames, ut cost I ' ''A ,-i imo A. AI.BEIlT. : Waxtko 1 wish to make arran(reii)entu''Itb an energetic young, man, who can furbish s team and give good relereoceS, to represent the Wheeler & Wilson-,. jewing Machi. e io Ashta bula Cauuly.t One swquainled wilb lb busi ness' preferred.;' 'There is njoney iu it for aiiruo of the right stamp. ' Address E P. Cabpkntkr, ; 831.,.. GatWrl Agr-otvP.iUsburi;b. Pa. T" T -ST VrtT-" 1 ' "Tt; 1 Tlie Mason cfc Hamlin Cabinet Organs), tirty different alvtea, adapted to sacred and secular ninsie, fur $S0 H tOOO. eacU, TljlUTy.i'IVE GOLD. oriSil.VPB MEDALS, or other Brst preniiums an aided them,., lilwatra- tod Catalogues free. Address, MASON A RAMLIX, BoaToa, orSASOM HiKXruEm Tlrt Voaa' J"I U.SlSy. MARRIED. At Esnyville, Pa., Nor. '6th, tty Hcv ft. a Stuntz, Mr.. Barnum Stevens to Mrs. Ieary &L Pctitvboth oCpnticam.,,.,-, "At the Forest House, Siafclyon eooivryV Calls fornia, Oct. Slith, by ltev. W. 11. tUin, Mr. Ju lius D, Ilickox, formerly of Couueaut, to MLs Klvira K Duley, toriuerly ot Hai tlord, It., botb now of Ureka, CaL - j h3k&.rtiClbiiHh, bOeO.Oailaavk, Mr. tieth Thayer to iIU Kate Everett, ull ot' Ashtabula. Vl j - in A ni boy, Lice. lL'tli, Dy lier. J. ltobinson. BIT. 1M ward llttytepstjye, or Yayrapurg! rn fo u aitisUi JUfsMS- Atnatj-.i lit Grllfcrrr, on1 flit 6tfc litrf.,-rfyJRCT."AT IX ' r A m r . a Barber, Mr. Peter M. Bissell, of Austinburg, to lra. Harriet M. Earl, of Ueueva. At Cbrists Church, Bridgeport, Conn., Dec, Cth, by ltev. J. Falkner Blake, I-evi a Stock WiJlV't'inJilCnd Jau Uow'dugb P. A A J. MARRIED. DIED - On Land Eurpt, Vcoancro ,C., Padeparted this life, 'on Wcdttesdity, IDcfcl ttt.'ld the faith of tbe Catliolio Church, James Bounar, Jr., in bis Slat year. ut wt-r aa to In Hartagrove, Nov. 10th, of typhoid fevef, fleor,jy ,WSl(lJSatrsj srl;,lihii:4owCiyh. aged 13 years. I In Denmark, 8cpt,. jtab.-of dysentery, Mrs, Lucy Elyira Knapp, wifo of Nicholas Knapp, Harriot Way, aged 83 years. In West Andover, os the 15th tilt., Almlrs A., wlie of a D. Aiuger, aged 89 year. imeTHtJCtiOaf if jiii;sio-.-Fitor. t. h. BOf SUNS gives instsuetioa la Vocal aad Instrumental ktesi flaao. Viultn, Quilar ad iiarmuaf ila will alee arrange aad eompoat "Musia wnea desired. ToiTioa. tlOaUrm one-balf la advance. Peplls will as aeoonmedatad with aaaof ftaao-rpa russosibie levrasa al hiataadauea, IU terai acuaaatavat S lesfcua. 'i ftaoo tuuing atiaaoed ta . IT1 Speuial atteaktoa aUI b Mi t begtssen bv SRJj B0J1S., r, r r - , el t. Master r CoDimissionorVi iSalo of , Lands and TenementB. ; f J AshUbula Common Fleas, Jena Tern, lSfll WUIIaaa U Perkins and WUlkua W. nelson "...-.: t . J Order af Sal, "lljsh B-Ttedgera, t at, ) . Y tirtoe of an Order of Sale, duly , .'!!'a,, "r.l " U easa,tome directed. I will offer for sals Vy way af anl lie aiieUon at tLe door ol i 'Oonrt Henss t In Jelferaoa. Ashtabula eonnty, Ohio, oa Satarday Ihe lth da, ;l !.,, A. l. lata), between tbe he. s of 10 and o clock of said dv. the followlne describe d J T . j . .. . . . "-'V7", wieoee eastetly In ties line of said Walkley to the lands fornie.tr owned hy t) Hall 'eceased; thence nertlierly In the line at tst Hals Kind to the north line of said 'ytvfceter Kogerer ranabeneaaiertv in the line of said Hall aad Nogera' read e Me Imiyroe (round, thence south I" the line of th tmrylng grnend and snds contracted to Wyman Hobby, thence eagerly in the mid linrhy's lit a to tl a center of Ihe hlclrwav. thet, n. In tlie set, fer ier the highway so far that a Hoe ninnret west, erly to ffcirfd Walk ley's land si. all enntaht any vt.ree er. ( laua. or an nrneh thereof as Is reortlreo to pay If evf Wa. ley's elalro of one hnonred and fifty, five dollar aiol atnla. A.otslsedst (lK(Xttr arre, ' : It. A. WR'OHT.Sherllf, w as Kvial Mas ef Coauulasloner. BherilT'a OfSe. Nov. 14th, t) TT NEW YORK , WEEKLY tThe Oreatest Story and liketch I'ape VaWii-W-d; ' m now kkad?, ; ' And contains the Flsst Clispler af Kew a hi tfeaufnil Story, troai the pea ol ouf pofmlar Soatiiaalor, ' ) L O V I 8 1,11)., v rr w K.YiiTi.EO t II E II U K T ED 1M0 N E ER S i OK, bTKOXO AUK'S ADVENTWUEi aMONQ TUB ISoUSi. A AI.S Oe Ho.NESft UFt '. ,,- Strong Abe, whose adren urea among th Indians mrm the basis ol these pages, belonged to n bra neti ol the family of the late I , mooted President of tae I'niUd Mates. Mr went to tlie wlldrrness or Keutuekr, wlisre he bees rue famous as a scout, aud wss finally killed hy the lodians I but the par. tlcularsof his r.-movai tu daik st.d bloody groanda, of the sett en.ei.t be roundea of the earing oeede which won for him the soubriquet of 'Stn.ng Abe," f his b .tiles with fcalp-Ki.be, (the terrible chief of the Red Skins,) of his do. ble and uoacltish conduct during rears or constant trtalaand dauger. as the leader of the pioneers all th- ae raacinating aud thrihiug sul J -cts are, for the Sist time, fully reprtaeuted st.d displayed lu this narration. We eonfldently autlclato, therefore, thst tlie publication ef The Hunted I'ioneers will prove the greatest literary eveut of the day,, attracting I , tense Inteieat from one end of our eoaatry ta the after, for notaady are the persons sod events Sguring In Uie tale of a nature to flu general attention, bul tlo-y also throw a moat Interesting light upon the sterllog manh'todof the anceetots of our glorious, deeeaaed Hresl.lent, showing what he In herited his high qualities, and huw worthy waa tba nueestor Of hta dtetlotuiehed deacetnlaut. In Uriel, tins tlirilliog record ol tbe alfecUaflk, Mend.hlpa, daagesa,nnseiasbaevitlna,eta, etc, of thleamat p-ioueer, the aevoie scout, esunot tail lo eBeean Use anUre populatiou ot Aiuerlea. Let our readers all be on the leakaal fu, it. AI.SO JCsT COMMF.N'CKD, ' ' " Tho EUry of a Village Gossip, rom the Pen ef tht Ulfled 1 A I. M K P I A JI.'BROW.V, Whose 'Diary ef ISUilstei'a Wlie" aa deeply iutereated onr reaiers. . .,. . " Ttlii-t '-.'..'e "'; The N. T. Weekly Is sold by all News Agents throughout the I'nlnn. I he prire is etix (.'elite, but in cases t here Aire its have to pay extra freight a higher price ia charged. When there lea News Agent in the to a-n, we desire our frienda to get Ihe Weekly through hlro. We do not wish to mail tlie paier except in places where there is no other means of gel. liug it. it hen sent by mall, single copies, $3 per aunuui ; four copies, git) ; eight copies, $20. The party wbo sends us f.D lor a el.ib of eight copies, (ail sent atone time.) will be entitled to a cpy free. Postmaster and others who get np clubs. In tlielr respective towns, can afterwarda add single copies at flM. The pastaee on tlie Weekly to all taits or the country, ia only twenty cents a year, or five cento a qua ter, pa) able at the office where tl e par la delivcied. ' BTKKKr a 8 II ITII. Proprietors, ) dt!29 . II Frankfort ft., K. Y. New Finn.. Wi E th" nnder'cned, havinir pntered in- to a Partnership tor t,e poriio e of earrvina on the builness of manofacturing ( j i?ash. Doors and Dlicds, ' and snch otlier business as lliey may chooae to connect there with, and havlny purcba--ed new Atacblnri-y, WouUI respect fully inform all In want of anything in our line, that we are now pre(s4, ed to manufacture ifaeh, Doura anoVlllinda of every description. r Sawing, Planing and Matching done to order, and oa short untitle-, I They are also In rrOtpt of 40,000 feet of thelee PlHS l.l'S BGR, from Canada, which will be sold aa reaevuaula ternai They Intend to keep oh band a good supply bf Uulldiug Lum ber, 1'loe Shingles, Ijith, Ac. . ,-:". . . Bf strict attention to business, thev nope to meri' a share of nubile patronage. BF.YMlH'R HI.AKSl.F.K. WM. 8KYMOI It. WEl.L-i B. U1.aK.-I.KK Ashtabula, August 50, IRAS. S17 ... y . ... . r c OAL STIIOXU at MANN I NO, ' i Wholesa le 'and Re bill Pealera In- ' ) 'A Anthracite, and Bituminous Coal. t . , , V ,i t v A OFFICE C. P. k A. Rail Road Station Ashtabula, Otlb Kovemher, 88. ISM. - - ' S3l Aoticc of I'iling of Petition. Maria Sutton, Plaintiff, vs. -...; lloeea otton, Deretidant, ,si ' MOKS MJTTOX, who.- plapa of rosl deuce Is unknown is hereby nntifled that Maria l?ut. t in did, on the 29th day of Nnien.ber, A. l. IhoA, Hie her rehtion in the otBce of the tletk of the frtwt iA l'4,maaan leas, within aud tor tl-e county of Ashtabula aud stale of Ohln, chii-giog the said .Moses Huttoo with extreme cruelty and gross ueglect of dutyUid askllig tl a'atie may tie divitrcild iri.in tbe said MosSs Mutton, ahtch said iefHion.wiil te for hearing at the February Term ef ankd Uoert, A. It. tMu. . - -. . - SlIKUM.t.N' ii KlTi'lU - ,.Au"jAuu;';fn,i AsbUbttl( Kov. 2lli, lSCi. 01831 I T I '. I I ' ? ' f" jt-a- Fashlbiiable I lairDressifig ISulooh. TAMKS WEAVEtt1 ouiil rfsnffifiilly fj onnminc lo Uacltltnii of AfhUbul.antl vichiit ilxat Mim wtttraiiTt new iin firpm rn-rr I'rrmng t-V"' ttr ts4iRieiit trnder hr dft Hn.tN K.thrn PltntrS H?)itrv ftfintt elevn workman, Mr. f.eailt, from tl city of I)aM:gnrt Ma.ue.uiid In now p.jmrex W Uo brut clt-vi work, nueuaa SlIAVINOg-- ! HAH CUTTING, i . cuuLiNa,-i 4 . tillAMPOOllVQ ! ; , r vDVEINQ, &ci, lo'tiielM apirovtd stiles. (Itve ti a call. ' I Aire, lueavitt would alao aanuoaoCe to the ladiea that she tsr.reiiared to weave Lulles falsa llalr in any Style thei wish. OK asa call, Ladles. - a. SJ7 NEW MUSIO STORE ; . . i ' - ' I . , AT KlXOSviU.B. t Ht'J. rIIlE 'ilri-rrinr wmilil rfspeclfuUT -Inform -L the Music pa troubling public and all others' that he baa oiiened a NEW MUSIO STORE at tbe above named place, where may be found a complete assoamenp ox . . , t -: -. . , t -1 -1 . - - v . SHBET.;'MTjSIC eotb Vocal aod iBstrumewUI, canaWtiag ol the UUMtnbika- iions oy ivefnios aisunguisoea auiuo.s, ,. . New Music received as fast as published. ' ' s a ana aasjrWieaA at -.-.: i .-r.. -. . . r'-l-w .A , , GUITA113 A'D TipLINS.,' j eonat mlly nu hand to sell tow. Also Instruction Books a alt lrHl,!lnilng Hooks, c i. v .. , f Any rieoaof atasie seat, poet bald, ea receipt ef marked price. v.: .... i.l i ii. c. piTcrmn. 1 Kingsvilie,OetiSa,1Sr), ; x ct H A ,SJ V e s, t Notice Filing Petition. Ot : JAcKoy;r ciyw ihi- J. V Oteatyef Wayua. a Kate a fo-w terk. ts srsy ao- tiHrd th it James H. Jackwm di i, oa the eighth day of I kasav brr, A It lStia, ata bis petition In ike atlas of uw dark ortlai aadrtwft snissat Jaaa w ilhin and nirtlieassntyof A-htab.ila and stale of l)lii,elariiig til ear Aaa tank sen l.h adul lery witn one Isaac Baird, and with eme.ua cruelly, and alaa erering that there waaf rau,d in the oiutmct of niarriage, ami ask og that he mar he divorced from the saij Ana Jackson, whieh uctitlosrwlfl be for bearing at the next term of said eoart.rV' . ' iAkiis H; iss-RSf.rf. - ., ; - ,c Br rlniiKaiX ftKit, bin Alrys, i 1 4 shtahnla !. Sth, A. P. ISoS. trf ' 1 " " .Notice to takd Dcfsdsitibl.s.'r : Maria Sutieo, Plalntlfr,' )' '" I against . TheCort( CoesmosvPleea Aab Meees Su ttua, ! (Variant. ubula Ctfuuiy, aud State of tapis. IErOSITlONS In this cast will h1 U. kca by tbe plaiatff, at tbe ofBea of J. B. Burrows, 10,4 la Paineevil e, Laks euunty.Ohuvia tbeMtb dayaf Iseoei. r, A. I. lartsi between tha bout of eight 4- M, an 'gt, r si. ofsaidday. iiodthl exanitnatioa will be ad i "timed (romdsk to day Inurouftert -' ' tJABIA aUTroH,-." . , . y8aBAritoa,ber'Atty I Peted Ask tabu la, Dec. Sth, lsnaatSSS " . s uo Notice to takd Depositions 1 ! James H. Jackson. PlalnUH, 1 la tbe fiooiV f CoWna agaiaat '-' - - Pleas, AshUbul COutj( an Ann 4acisou,ueienoani. j suite 01 unus. f e i DKlMJSITjiONS in this caaa ken by the ptalutiH, at the post omos ko la' afliea la tha tawaof Pteaaaulvllla. ksuaogo eoauty, and slate af Pennsylvania, a the 2Sm day or lesosuibar. ibt W.Ubs eeaip . . rWfcl S.ktahaila fW Sit, JHAA IIMJH XaXilllaao a-y Ododai a Uw raiutai . , . I i n f i,, at vaag ... , rIluaM township Of Kome .eonnty of Asi.tabul. ef l)hio bounded an Asset lied as follows, vis i brio, i townshln So. , In theth ?f!wm?,f' '!:' u"nlw'ew Westera Keeerve, (an sailed ) being ie part of ll JCo I4 ,sld tttwnstitn of ttonie, beetooine. M the north-eeat eovneraf .i a. I u ! aim T.Kmun In , A. V. laue, natweea Uue aoars .g A. a. aaaeigut r. a. ot saia aay, ana toe eeamtaatto adiaaiae trow- aay ta day antU said etepogttloaa ar etei-. . . JAMM U. JACKSO. 7 j i.. tj, crtt rnrst.kia Atfv. I LADIES that have not t mad their . T?11?Vt:'T ,''"tU,wUl a.wallarJeT. aaUnaUoodesf r.- . . k . ?. ...V J f 1 Ml WftidUT . aitoa; 1 CtAL EsfATC AOEKT, Agtyfor thf Salt anfl rnhAttjf Rt.I Of F ICR OVIR NORM ON St TICKXt R'l IT0RR, " ,'rv MaU Btres', JiSUTADVtJt, OHIO. Property told for '. Cirmmission or other trite, at agreed vpon, and NO SALE, NO CHARGE, , A Salt direct or indirect constitutes a fcVrtnv miff inn. Among the many valnable Farms end ntber property now offered tlirourh Hits sge.icy, 1 would call particular attention io ine loiinwiug, v 13 !!! Aeraa S reftes frnra A shtahnla, high, rolling land and giavellv loll, lit acres lmnved, balnneegood tin), heied land, good" hou-e and sod wter, Urge barn SO feet lone, anu sneo 11. reer long wen onoerpinneo wnu siooe.gooa orrh-Ard ot 2fK beating l.eea and l'A voting trees, good sugar hush of 2fi0 treea, nsver-railing eprlnea of water thit water the whole farm. Kor sale very cheap, and tiwe given for a portloii of the pnrehase mooev, if desired. Euriuite of Alfred II. Trae on premises, 01 uf J. B. Cook. 00 Acre. In Asfiahola. one mile from vlllaare. rood 1iou, hi water, guud barn, and geod orchard, IS acres llinliei.il, tsilanee amkrr cultivation. For sale at a very great bargain, a4 lertiw of psyment easy, and possession given '"'"'"J1 'bj desiied. Kikiu ire or Peter Wilght. E u., of Ashulaila, or ef s. H. Cook, ISO Aaree, tbe at hoeiieafesff hrm S relies f. em this vllfegi oa lake alwe. In AshUbula, formerly ow, ed br Aetna lianuon : good hi.ase ai.d water, 1 herns, g. o1 oreharil oi ill beariog trees eud vli young trees, good soger busli, &) sere, tlaibered, balance andsr cultivation j for sale very rea sonable, and terms of pay m at easy ; enquire al Uiibert liar Harmon, on premiaes, ar at above ofhoo. ITS Arr Parvat, t avHes from this village formerly owned by Wells Blake lee, Ksq , hisli rolling land and mostly gravelly soil, good house aud water, 8 rood barns and shed. large orchsnl, of an acre a vineyard six yeara old, best siiHsr.hnsh In Uieenuntv. l.MH) trees on IS acres : about SU acres Hi eeied, balaiice ui.der cuttivatit.nl has the repota- tlon of beiog one of the be.t farms In the c nnty. For sale at a bargain, aod time given for epoitinfi hf the purchase money, it uestrea. avtqtiiie oi i Mirer oru.tpi. unrcus u.uary, or of J. it. Coi k. ' tt 8-4 Acres, ?S willes'from this Vllle; small houee,good bain and stald-s. good Voter, j grafted ynailg apple frees, good eusar hu.h, 14 scies timbered. For sale very cheap. Eoqulte of Kuthaiiivl ilei.ua on prt-nil.es, ar oij.k. coos. Double Itottac anrl 9rodetrtnt, on Prospect stieet, good barn, fruit and water. Also l.ote a. It aaa 4, on rtsllls' property on lake street, lor Kile tery reeaonaldv, and tonus of paioienl Cas.i Eoquiie of A. a'. Keiiisoa aretnlBea,ar ef Ji It. Cook. - Lota of H aa acre earh, on lake street, directly In frout of the residence of the Kev. J . VI. ulllett.for sale ten cheap, aod Uina glrea for a part ol the purchase money if uesirea. a t That well-known Rlslga far ret ia Ashtahnla, owned bv Jeeob A tj.orse M. Cratar, containing lu a IK-IO-tth acres. 2 good booaats. good ham. good fMretiani and water. 16 acres splendid timbered laud, lying Boar tbe line of tbe IUU Itoad. For sale very cheap. 1 80 Acres. 1H miles from tills vtllage. owned bv tire Adelaide P. Ajoekwood, mall House, goad kii-r, good Ram and gooo young urcaara, for sate very reaaooabie. Also, 4 l-v Aaree, of Land adjiilnlng Wis ahovagood house and water, ana good young Orchard. flood House and I,nt na Prospect street, fo r ssle cheap. Inquire olflnlllp I'errlgo, oa Ihe premises, or of J. M. Cook. OO Acre Farm la Plymouth, 3i milea from Ashta bula, good boose, two good barns and blaekanitli shop, goad orchard and sugar-barb, lAacree sptcmlid timber, ane iernia nent springs af water. Pi ice, $46 per acre. Ecr,uireol c'iiiiou Hoffman, sqN oa premises, er at above offioe. . f ! Acre of bind In Fast Village, good new house and barn, aud good oi shard and water. Far nale very cheap. Kuqoirt ( Augaetua tf weet oo ptcn bits, or at Coo agei.gr oflite, .- - ' A Good If eT Ilanea a at ft Two Lota at depot for sale very elieap aud pesea-biou glveu iuimedUtvly if dv. siroo. S3 Arrea of Tirnberrtl L,auct, within ene mils at tuarvt ige, rot sale very cueap. Tba Iran Foundry and lot, SO Sat front and 00 feet hack. large and cominodiwna building, witu all the Uaeka and pat. terns, and good steam eogioe all In good eonditioo very desirably located on Aacuminodatlon Alley fa front of tbe Asbtabala Uouso In tbe center of tbia Village. For ssle very eneap, and terms of payment easy, fiuqult bf J; B. Crosby on premises, or ol J It Cook. 9 farms, with rod houses, bams, orclia.ds, and watef- ranging from SU to -JOO acrea, sit .ate in the townships of Plymouth ana sneuieia, lor sale eery reasooanns, arm tune given for a oriiun of tlie puichaae money If dolred. . S desirable homesteads within three miles of this Village, with good biiildinga, fruit and water, ranging ttom to W acres, j or sale very cueap. . , That well known Farm ou Plank Road, 1 miles from this village, owned and occupied by H. J. Kettleton, eoninliiing 2oU acres of 'and ; tti.u of the n:brt Uestrshln fllrtns in tbe county; two good laige dwelling bouses, sla-ese honae, five large baana, one 36x70 hone- barn, one 30x.'hS, one 3tix4S, one 3'x4t, and one 30x40, well underpinned with stine, with all 'ol tba bete t lnipn.vemel.ta, ai.a farm in a ntgn stale ot cul tivation ; 'i& screa well timbered, excel'eitt fruit of all kinds, and never-fulling spring... Price. $7A per acre, Tire above farm can be divided into two farms with good dwelling house aod barns oa each. Enquire of 11. J. Kultletoo oa pteaiises, or at above oOtoa. . Alao, SO 54" screa adjoining tbe above, 11 acres wteadow, well Watered, fur sale at f)WI per acre. ' That desirable farm an North Rld la Aahtabnts, owned by J hn Hill, containing 8 acres,two good booses, two bsrna, 15 seres well tin. bend, excellent fm't and good water. I'ttee It.AuO. Enquire of John Sill on premises, or at above office. 4H0 agree mostly tiuiberetfland, at-.out 12 acres Improved, In.IsBumark - good steam sa inlllt 3 good bousea good barn anil blacksmith Shop, gbotf Vouhg buchaid aod good water i only 3 miles from tlie County neat of Ashtabula f ojuiyand 2 miles from the line of the Kailroud. for sale atabnrgsin. Price only $s,00U Enqalru of J. 1'. Jennings, Eiq, of Ashtabula, or at above office. Two valuable dock at Aehublila harbor 'for sale at a arguin. 43 acres, 2 miles from the village, good house, barn, fruit and water ; a very desirable homestead. Price, f3,a) En quire oi B. H. slarkham ou premises, er of I. K. Cook. Also 14 sires adjoining the above, small house. Price, 00 per acre.- . lot) enroll tn Plymoilth, good liodse, 4 good bams, S good orcSArdS, good watr, 0 acres tlmue red, and farm iu a high stole of cultivation. I'llce, t-i.iOX. , That vary de.iraMe property in East Village, owned by C. O. Catkins, large anil gnntn.otltotja. boose, with all aftlia niodaua inipruvenients, good new barn, good fruit aud ater( 't Also connected with the above, about SA acres, deslrablr located ob-wit midway between thn two Villages and within H otl of the center of the West VHIaea, lor sale very cheap, t-rlee, tttliOO. Enquire bl C.U. Calkins on premises, or oi J. K. Louii - " - -.-..i- - . That very deaituVe farm tn Aslitabnla, owned by Wnrrou V;. Cn.-.t.e, eoiitolnloa w acres, good hous and -born, good y4uww nreoavd, ttuder A high state of cultivation; ua acres ef atilen. lid timber land, a never-failins spring of water thai wnters every lot on the farm. Pifce. SUUperaore. One 1iur,rred nnd twentv end hne.lialf nere fWrtn in Slief, (laid, tJA acres lln.rnril, gm-.l lmure aild bun and young nrcnara wen wute.-en. ; a very aesuuuic Inrin. rrxce.omy 1 3,000, aod tcrtnii of pi ruent e isy. . Eiglity-ni-e acres of timbered Isud In Plymouth, It,' miles fn.ui I'la- k rlaatl , a eery desiiabie lot. I'rioe, $2i per acre. Flfly acres of land In Plyrronth, small bcttsst, 20 seres Im proved, balance well timbered, good water. Piles, $1,600. tine hundred acres, the farm on North Kldre In Ashb.bula, owned and nreupb-o by J M. Nettleton, rood bulhtingv.water kndfrnit; 17 acres good thvber, balance umler cultivation ;' a very deaiiahle farm. Price, fltl.&ig). Emiuire of J.U. Ket tletou on premises, or at above office. Also a number of very desirable building lots in this VII lege, for sale ve-y cheap. SIS. w AX T E Dl APl'nEN'TICEJ T II E K F O R AW! Konc need apply but tboaa of sound health and good moral character, who can read well, apell correctly, write le ibly.aod who can cipher ia whole nuuibeis and trace, s, aud are not b-ss than 13 nor more tliau lb years otaS Xaval ippreutiees are ELtUlIiLU TO APPOINTMENTS AT TUB I V A V Y A t'ADEM Y'l.'.?" A errtaln number being salseted yearly irons among ttntu . far tease sppeiutniaiitsj aehoidaiaaiera are assigned ta eaah school ship ta teadh tbe rudiiaentaof edneatloo, iocludlug .NavlgaUea, aa twelr asorals am earkfuily eared Sir. Apprentioeaare -.t CARBrL'LLT AXD TIlORfH'cnLV EDCCATltt ; . Td dli!harge tbe duties of SrgmSri, and at tbe expiratiofi af their term of appreoticoship, which Is when thev arrive at the age of 1, if found qualified, have tbe preference in tua- afov'tntmrnia lor wariani aaq cny omcera. ' ffjEr For farther Infurmatl.m, apidy to T. H.rlTEVEVa, ' " ' . " 1 .'' - Commander U. 8. Navy, Erie. P. 1 ,; IT" !aai Beadravons, Erie, Pa., hi Farrar Hall, over Clemen a. Caughey A Burgess'. tftlSl ; sN'otico of Filing Petition., ; f I'l-bij Thompsoa, Plaintiff, agalnat t-K , aiy Tnuwipsua, lecfsadaut. . J .. :.,', .- TITARY THOMPSON. wnoe pis re of 4-TX residents) b Snknowa, u hereby aotiSed that William Tlma.peun did, en tbe Wth oar of November, A. D. It, Ble bla netilioa ia tbe ofliee at the Clerk ot tbe Court of Casaniuai Pleas, aiUila an for tbe county of Ashtabula audsuaral imia, enaiiiog tna sua Mary inompeoa with alilral for more Ihanlni riean Ui said Mai t biae rearsnd asking that he may be divorce are inomnaoa, wblca saiunettl petlUoa wUibefor rt. A. D lwaL ,. i healiog at tba sbruary Tana of said Court, A, 8UEKUAN fc FITCH. , I Ashtabula, Kor. tb. 18M.il83l' ' J ..-..oo-i.-Off for Now Yorkl j !y ''I, CUrUtmaa a4 Kew 'Year, are .Ctholag 1. 1,,' "i j VJrPvEAT Annoal furciiasU for thi II ol hsayat Thirty nays ef Qreat Bargalna l ; ' ,r , Piaoos,' MelodeOba, Cabidet Organ, Io. ; 191 , Ontario f. Clevlatid, ,. -.a i .... . . alsa,al hla Braash Depat aa -.a I'e " I j TarUt istrettA&htubuIa; OJito 'vr y,;' . cBottcB' hall,, , . :;.;T i YUM leave this week lor K.w Verk and Brsaoa, ta nrarax ler Sia Meant Aeaoai Thlitg Dags aaie at Ie4eas4 pataaa, ts Pisoos, MeloJeoos, Ae. for tha sJo'.idavs. ' and will hnv aufeh the targeat and ae auortsaaala s-' oltere fa this seoilou, which will hi aal at ver aarrieuburlf fur eaah. Havto- -" ' , J. . . . a s rjj'KAWM ar atELfDIOr73 iakas'ln exfWg fta tsew ar kongat tar eaah at fair rates. - - 1 - - - -K. B. Urect letters ts Uearge atall, PianA DeUaT,'A7Ieea- laaii, lblo, ar Uaorga Hall, l uaal veaaar, AgaaaOajei, Unas. aair WtttW TAMStlala WSJ Ue, that Jo daaler ia tbjj, eyeaS haa saors esuo-rve tsoiUuee, snatar aee, M m, Uesea aure aaoN w4Ui.taaa ear as It a ... AshtaboU, Psvxsater , 1S0A; if m - . SU I" i , ' ' 1 i .I t . . : . .'. a: - ,'t a. ' ' . :.! . . -.i . i f"i ' r.V MSr.H .' " .. j. ;.,' I I .. t . '..''f ., :. .i ,.' wa '.I'j'lXi? Fluid Extract IImIiUi .,''.!-' if. 'ii -"(,.; - --'. ' ' - - - - -7 ft A - : '- v.. . ;i r... . . ' jT For Non-retentlnn,-i Inenntlnenoe of t'rlna, Irrl'attno, to rlimmstlnn or I leeratlon of the Dlsdder or Sidneys, nissasea of the Prostrate Gland, Ktone In Ihe Bladder, eslealoef Hrva a I or Biickdnat deposit, and all disrates of the Blad(VrrtIUa Deys, eud dropsies! swellings, . ' J ' i ' : i " ! l . 1 ' " ' ' - -'l : ' - ;-1it '".I. HELMBOLD'S;!;' Fluid Extract JBuchUt For Weakness arising from Eves sees ar lncHacisllsa. constitution vmea atfeeted with Organic a,aakneea, reajnlra the ai of medicine to strengthen and Invigorate the tystoea whleh Helmhold's Fxtraet Bncbn Invariably daee. 1 aa tree moot be submitted la, ceoaaaipttaa ar Isnataltf I IlelmbdltPs Fluid Extruet Buc tn alfcetlnns peeotUr to females, ts Shrdualed by any eoW preparation, as In ehlomeie or Kefenttnn, Irrcgwlar! lee. aeio fiilneaa or suppression of ceatntnary evaouatleos, VIMfrtted f acbirriis state of the uterus, Leuoorrbo-a, and all eomklainia Incident to tbe sex, whether arising (rota habits of diwlyetaoe) unprwdeaeies, r in tba dtcllos ar change of lis., . llclmlold's Fluid Extract Buek Akfl 1. L :U .MrnoVED Rosa wash; 4 Will radically extoemmate Prom tha system ' I Imn. .rtato Aom hhita of dtMina lasssaa sf aVa fiasi pa tloa at little en. , little or an chauge In diet, and no exposure; eewpiee- ly superseding thoae anpleaaaat and aangeiaaa re I ties, Conaiva and Me-earr. in eoiinc oil thesa analeasanl an dangerous diseaeas. tsB UELilBOLD'a , FLUID RsaTllACT . BTJCHTJ' ii . .i . '.!: , ft "a-t t i fit all eisran' the rrlnary flrgana. whether existing ra aasia or female, from whatever eanse originating, and nd matter af how long standing. It ia pleasant la taste an odor, imaae diate ia its action, and more straogtbeniig thaa any af tha preparations of Bark or Iroa. ' Tliose aufferiog from broken -down ar dWUoata eonstila tlons, procure the remedy at ones. The reader must be ear that however sllrbt wtsy V Jo attack of Ibe above diseases. It is certain te afreet his bodily health, mental powers, and happiness, and that af hat pea teiity. Our nesh and blood are supported bam these courses, , .... . e . ', t ' ' '.",' ' .. . ; :-') . thyslciaiis, Please Notldo. - i: .. r.,-, ; Wa make no secret of tbe Ingredients. HeluikeVTs na Extract Buchn ts composed or Bneha, Cnbeba, and Juniper Hervtes. selected with great care, and arena red in vacee, ae H.T. iielmbnld, lirurgist and Chemist of sixteen years" ex perience in the city of Philadelphia, and which fcne ere-' scribed by the roost eminent physicians, haa seen adeilttev! ta Use to the l nitea Mates Army, ana is eiso in veiy itbwsi Use In Ktate HosOltaii and pebtte Ban nary turuagbout the land, , , j ( rreat Sir Duptmsmrt elAt fstarw Sfaasat ' J" . . ! m : I I'-J i i' Xfloasaia Cramata Buk Serwat . - .' " ' i ' f ". v -tr IT.OPF.KTIKS. Then- odor ts strong, dWwavvs, sax! lasses wLat aromatlo. Their Ustes bttlerl-h, and aeurkogeas' J man ,; . , . . -ff i - M KfltfTAlj PBOPKRTHC3 AND BSM.-eBaeBB leaves are' gently etknnUnt, with a peculiar tendenev ta tha Urinary iiraaii. i.rodnrl ir diuresis, and like otbersieatar medieinea exciting diaphoresis, when etrenasetanaag farar thai msec ef aatioa ai Thev are aiVett lrl complaints afth tfrlnary fhrarrs, SaeAV as Omvel, Chronic Catarrh af Ihe Bladder, Morbid lrrltatiea or the HlaOderana uretbro inseasa or ue rrosuaie, aaet Retention or Incontinence of Crloe. from a lose of tone in tha pert concerned In its evscuetloe, Tbe rexneay aaa also oaest recomnienoea in iiyepepeia. turoaie naeisaiausu, via ADectioas, aaa urepey. Helmhold's tract Bncbn la naed br tsnaoas freia the suae of 18 to SA, and troen S ta 6a, ar In the aecltoe or ehaage ef life; after coutluenient or Labor Pains; Ueo-wetUa las ebildrea.' - ......,,., : si. ' .. y. - " i '-' ' . i.'i.'o.:"? ' (y DR. KEYi'ER Is a rhyeleian of aver thirty jreass experience, and a graduate of the Jefferson kledleaU CeiieaNP and of tba Inircnity at iiedieiae aad. target 7 ef PWJbs" delpbia. ' . ' " UB.H.T. Hkuisoi.b: -,-i,.'l Vr.i Six :ai regard ta tba qneetfon sskad me a sxa optnlnn about Buchn, t woafd lay that I bave oaed'aad sol tb article in varlvus fonna for the past thirty years. Ida not think there ia gay form ee preparation of it I bars bak' need orknown to he need, in the various dlissias whatasaih roedicate agent would ha lar&cated. . Tea are awarevu sraaT. aa myself, that Ii haa been extensively employed h tha vaaU ooa diseases of tbe bladder aad kedneye, aad tha repotatleei It has p(uu-ed la my jsdgment I warranted ay the Seres; 1 have aaea aad used, ta before stated, ovary foret ef Seek" - Visa powdered lee tea, tba simple aeaasttaa, tAnatara, Sal extract and I am not cognisant af any preparatfon et that plant at all equal ta yoara. Twelve years' experteaes sagkt, I think, ta rive me the right to judge of Ua ssarits,an with, out prejudice or partiality, I give yours jirecedenca over aft othera. I da aot value thieg assetdtag'ta ila balk, U I al other Bnchns would out-do 7 oars, bat I hold te tha Aeetrlaer tbat bulk and quantity da net saalr ap eafae they M copper cent would be worth, owat Uuut a aoM sUar. I valna yoar EncLa Ibr Its sITrct en paUanta, , X have ease with It, and area eared with iVmort disss aas af tha bind er aad kidneys thma I have ever seea eared with nay ether Bos. cba, or sny ethev proprietory eotnpaaa af a hate 1 or aasaa 1 D- i Batraetfully, yeora, Inka .is,-.-.;. 1 . r '1 q A i 'S r . 1 ' i V"'t Oa - -.'4 ,. ... .,, IO.a.KTllsk,' iV -I ; - ' l i t 7 , , ,, WsaAaaxjshlAelBK'Ta. ) is fiir . a -.-.".-' if: ibgvtjl,!. i ? a iji-" 1 . --l-i -..-'t . ; w : 'a -,ai(1-t . ,li ,fti!e'.tA Aaa bob BrwaaaLa's rixnj Be-raia ataasab' 1 i.'.i.'iV' tr Plraot tetters W C'iUI l-tll .''fl'-t "H I '' era sar wtVa.se aes.11 WW r vil I ' . Ilii I tlflUUJLsJJ g V'llU'VO A A v i l; t' c I :; ;i hltCO A KB CBtalCAL WARlnOtjSa, 9 wr2wiwViUU iS'J 1st .LVIft'ASKB, H- t -1 Bltstf rJfj-l , n a ia Iwa ttmii iror.. .1 " i J ragjUta everywhere, .Vil I' i iMr, i Aek tag BelavbelfV ... .a,:"' .).. . it. .YJ'riKCVtirowHiiv' i:-x eisttj el inn i '.oa. t .'.it .'i.r J 1t J4t a. ,'sA 'i. 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