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, Idiroilo tllo Nerroun Bud Debilitated hose iiuej-ii have been protracted from liidik-u fetues, and whose cases riquirc .nrou'ipl heatineiit to render existence dcsirahle. If tou are suflV-! in-: or Imve nuttonal froji involuntary tllichi.rj.'cs, n hat effect decs it produce upn yonr jrci.eral health Do j -on fed weak, dcbilitatcu, easily tired! IHjv alitilecxtra exertion .produce palpitatiou of. the heart? liwos your liver, or nrtnary 'organs, or yonr kidney, frcqr.cniiy jret out of . order ' I yoar urine sometimes thiik, milky, or flockr, r H it ropy"on settling? Ordocsu thick scum rise to thetop Oris a. sediment at the boltoni after it has ."steed awhile? Do yon hare spells or short breathing or !yspepi Are ybnr bowl constipated ! So job have fepetis -of fainting or rushes of blood to the hVad ? Is your memory impaired! is yourmmd constantly dwell 4njfnpon rhissnhject Do you feel dull, liitles..,mop-rn-. tired of company, of life ? Do you wish, to be left SHHie, rrr -el awayirom evcrynoyr Does, any little -thi u make yrtu start or jimp Is your sleep broken or iwKwr- i me msu-e ci yonr evens brilliant? Th tiloom on yonr check as bright! Do you enjoy yourself -wvn-ij wen i Tun pursue yop.r ousjness wiln jhe same eoenry T -Do fon feel as much confidence in tfouraeWf Are jour spirits dell and flasJiig, siren to Itawf nketanrihoT.r? ffto, do not lay it your liver, or j.nLpTM. uiite yon rcsijcss mntsr j our Hack weak, oar knees weak, and" haTC bnt little appetite, and rou ttribme thisto dyspepsia or liver complaint ? v "Now, reader, self-abase, yenereal diseases badly er.reil wad sexual excesses, are all capable of prodacirtj a Weakness of the pencrative orpins. The orpins oi "c Jwaticm. when In perfect health, make the man. Did jyuu ever lama tnai tnose noid, tienant, energetic,, per- JeTenl!r. successful misincss-mcn are l., n, ti,. .whoso jjenerative rans are in perfect heal ih ? Yon rieer hear such men complain of.. being. melancholy, of ""u"b. i pupiiuuouui uie ncart. -i ny are never ,,11,111 im-.i i-aiiuwi ueweu in DUSlUeSS I I liev OOU t llC- jCoyne sad and discouraged; they are alwavs "polite and yti--fiMat)ie"comtiaiHrof ladies. and 'look vou: and tlieinTJ'.'at In the face none of your don ncast looks or ?2JjJai neais about t Item.- I in not mesa flspse trw raw TTrywiis mtiampa ov rnnmng to excesf. facaamitl 'not onhr tnia heir constitutions, but also "those they do bnsircM with or for. How many men from badlynred diseases, from the teffectM)f1geif-ahue Mai -cxcesss,.liavotronsfhv aboat Khflt tftlUa of wcaka in those organs that toas "rennprd the general aysmm-sa miich a tfoHii(lac3 almost -vcry other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spi'iKilaflcrtitnis, nicide. and almost every 'other form ol disease which humanity is heir to. and the real cinxe of the trouble acarccly ever suspeeted, and have doctored I jr all but the riht one. F)ise.ises of Pi3i orjnns reo.rre fire nse of a diuretic. HELMBOLD'S FLIT1) EXTRACT niX'irC is the reat Diuretic, anil is a certain enre for diseases of the Illad dr. Kiduevsv- (ji ravel, Dropsy. Orsratic Weakneca. Fe jnale Comnl hits. General Debility, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether existinir in Male or Female, from whatever cause originating and no matter of how lon standing. If no treatment Is snbnritted to. Consumption or In aanity may ensue. Onr flesh and blood are supported from these sonrccs. and-the health and happiness, and :tht of Posterity, depends upon prompt nse of a reliable remedy. HclinboWs Extract BnchTi. established nmrardoflS years, prepared bv H. T. ITKLMBOLD. Dmc-srest. MI Broadway, ew Vork, and 104 South 10th Street, Philadelptito,' Pa. -' Pnica $1.25 per bortle. or 6 bottles for $t.S0. deliver d to any address. Sold by all Drnjnrists everywhere, V34 " Errors of Yauth.-A Gentleman w ho suffered for years from nervous debility, prcniaturedecay. and all the ctTeqtg o,jouljifi:l ufdiscrtMi. W illi fur. the sake of unncnng num.-inity, sena irec to an wuo neea it. tlie re cipe and directions for making the simple reimrdy by which he was cured. Sufferers wihins to itrofit by the advertiser's esiieyience can, do so. by ;addrcsMn perfect csilldvneo, ' s-' - - ' ' JOllS B. 0)I)Ji5 IN, 9-!7-10ai. Cedar Street, N. Y. ioffcoimiiiMptlvoB. Tlie Kfv -ElwAitr aWil loy jvUl sead (free of chane to all who- desire ft. the .prescription with the direct ions Tor making and niu viiwjHininensiueof oy wnien newascnreaoi a r.mranec tion and that dread disuse Conimuintlim. IIU- only oh ject is to benefit the aflictedand he hopes eve" y snfferer win try mis rirescnption, as it writ cost them nothing, and tnajr ptoia a blessinp. -Ptrase ad4res W8y Itcv EDWAKD A. YVILSOjr. No. 105 So. Sd street, Williamslmnrli. X. York. Information, Jiuomuition guaranteed to pro duce aJuxiiriaut irrowln or rair npen u l-ait: head or beardless face. Also a recipe for the remove I of Pimples Blotches. Eruptions, etc. on the skin, leaving the same aoft, clear. ana beautiful, can be obtaltusiw-thoiit eharire by addressing TUOS. F. CHAPMAN. Chemist. 90y r f ') ..!3Braodwai, X. York. The ncalins Pool and Ilonse of Mercy. Howard -Atmeiatian Report for Young Men, on 'lie Crimu of Solitude,' 4nd the Errors, Abuses and Diseases which destroy manly powers, and creato impediments to mar riage, with sure mcaus of relief. Sent iu sealed letter en velopes, free of charpe. - Adurcss . r ' " ' Dr. J. SKILUN noVGTTTON. !)18y Howard Asociatio'i. Philadelphia. Vorka of Nature. In a state of health the m tostinal canal-may he compared to a river whose waters flow over theadjoinihIand, tiirmh the channels nature or art has made, and hnprove ihcir qualities; so louas it rnns-oaiemootbly the channels are kept pare and healthy; if the course of the river is rtopped, then the water iu the cannal is no longer pure, bnt soon becomes stagnant. There is bnt one law of ch-cuhrtion in naturet When there is a superabundance of hnmorial fluid in the intestinal tubes, and costveness takes place, it Hows back Into the bloo I vessels, and infiltrates itself into the circulation. To establish the free conrse of the riv er, we must remove the obstructions which stop its free eonrse, and those of its tributary stream. With the body, follow the same natural principle remove the obstructions Jrom the bowels nith BKAJs'DKETirS PlLLS, which never injure, but are aly.ays effectual for the perfect cleansing of the system from all impurities aud diseatci .Ramusi hex, '-never suffer a drop of blood to be taken from you. Evacuate the. humor? as oltec and as 'long as they are derailed, tr as long as you are sick. : See that B. BRAND RETII is in white letters in the 5ovemmeui stamp... Sold byall Drnests. 903 - Dr Eaton's Cordial, is not only good for Nurs lig Children, bat it Is the best remedy for Dysentery. Diarrhnea and. a disordered state of the bowels. Sold at Hendry's Drag Storey-Ashtabula. - " ' . Friend have you a Cough, Cold or Soke Throat i use Da. ClArk's Wild Clterry Lozenges, they will cure you. For sale by 11 Druggists. TEACHERS EXAMINATION. THE Board -of Examiners for Ashtabu la County will hold ExamiuatiouB as follows, to wit. , ' At Jefferson 5Ionlay, Jnuo 8th, : 1SW. A fee of fifty cents, is required by law, of t-ach appii caat, as a condition of examination. Certificatee will in no we be granted, nulcss upon ap plication at the advertised meet ing of the Hoard. ; 94 E. C. WADE, Clerk of Board.' JIASKELL i EKOlIIEIt AVE received this day . 8 Holla Carpets, . 4RollsOil aotas ' " . . , 1 Bull Matting '"' S Bolls Stair Carpeting. ALSO V Wlccbcia Aottont, f - 5-4 Bleached Cottons, , 4-4 Bleached Cottons, 8-4 Bleached Cottons," 1. IS Bleached Cottons.' v - 40 in Brown Sheetings 19 cts. - - 4-4 Brown Bbecting, 8-4 Brown Sheeting, 7-8 Brown Sheeting, 4-4 Brown Sheeting at 10 cts. . -. ..; : ALSO : White Goods in Doylies, Napkins. Damask and Snow Drop. Swiss Muslins. Nansooks, . - : Damask Table Oloths. Snow Drop Tablecloths, MarsaillesL'caiilter- .. panes. Honeycomb, Ae. Ac. ALSO Ladies Sackings. Ashtabula. April 30, 1878. " 937 A. IK., ' 18 64, :- - S 2. QONSTITUTION BITTEHS. f !- - THE BEj9T' TOXIC ? ; f AND STRENGTHENING BITTERS . t . - . CSE- c - ;-. ; Also, a most delightful and cxliilcraiinfr . MEDIOIHAL BEVEEAGE.' Iwino flass full of COXSTITUTION EITTFUS three . times a uay will be the best preventative ..' -.. of disease that can be used. : - ' CONSTITUTION BITTERS CTRE . .Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and Costiveness, Prevents Fever and Ague, and all pillions Diseases. They arc the - c ,- Storoach Bitt3 of the Age. - ; . They are prepared by ... BeWara s tontJ cy, DRUGGISTS, BUFFALO, N. T. They also prepare the Alisma for the Hair, which is the Best Hair Bestorer, Eenewer and Dressing now In the market. It prevents Baldness, frcea the bead from Dandruff, and thoroughly eradicates all dis eases of the scalp. Benton,- Myers & OinBekl, Agents, Cleveland, Ohio. Sold in Ashtabula by GEO. WILI.AKD, la Kingsvillc. by Dr. J. Pnrshan, and Whitu.-y A- Case and by Druqiists generaHv. l-fffi DR. E AM liS, would inform hi friends, and the public generally lhat he is now at his pliu e of business, ready to attend to all professional ca!.'. Ofi.ce hours, from 15 to 2 r. M. Ashtabula, O.May il. IstiS.- Win . . as a of for ing of the and it If If to no of on WEEKLY TELEGRAPH BY JAMES REED. Two Dollars a Year Invariable in Advance. Local & Miscellaneous. Clanks of nil klndn for sale at this office. Go to P. E. IIali. for your Dentistry, tvho performs all opperations in that line in the best style, and at as low rates astheenma classof: work fan be .obtained any where. Full.t'ppcr or Lower Setts for $15, and other work in proportion. Office nearly opposite tho Bank. Fon TnniTT Days Only. 250 1'hotojrraph Albums be low cost!n0 Oval, Circle. Arch Top and Rustic Frames, all styles aud sizes, at cost. Pictures for franiinj at your own price. Picture frames made to order. Ticture Glass, Card and Tassels, Ac, at A. Albeut's Gallery, Ashtahnla. .-" Wasted Acests in every town in the county to- can yass and take orders for custom made shirts. Merchants will do well to look to this branch of hnsiness. Ad dress, Charles L. Lockwood, 513 Broadway, N. Y. An Oripixal Allegory of some merit, aud a good deal of slaoliing fun and lii ling sarcasm may be found rpon otir first page. Tliough not written with reference to the present state of things, it will be read with all the more in terest becaup of. its incidental application to it. Vacation. The S.Rev. Mr. M'GifiiTt, of the Presby'teriah church, left, with his family, on Monday ,last fora month's vacation at the East, his health seeming to require a tempora ry respite from, labor. The pulpit is to be reg ularly supplied br the venerable Dr. Aikin, of Cleveland, and other equalh- acceptable gentlemen. Tea. Those iu favor of securing tin ir tea from tlie great tea companies of Ncwr York, aud as is sometimes the? case, clubing for the purpose of making such purchases, may se cure the same end by buying of A. L. Tyler, who it will be seen b' advert iseuteut has been appointed agent for one of these companies. The; Fishing Season having begun; good hauls of superior white fish, bas-s, (fee. arc be ing takeu oil' Hie harbor at this place, and bur citizens arc enjoying the luxury of piektn their bones. Some noble, specimens' of th tribe are taken, as the edilor's table bore am ple testimony : the other day, by the presence of a salmon trout weighing some 20 pounds, caught, by ilr. Nelson Watroa, and who is keeping the niarkot supplied liy a tlsuly con signment at Allcock's meat stand. Eisr Jxocou To have your bait changed to its .natu ral color, if you use "Barrett" liair Bestoralivc" accor ding to directions. ' ltUUl Dfxorating the Graves, &c. -at Mokgan. As we noticed last week, the 30th ult., was ob served ct Morgan in strewing flowers, and otherwise recalling nd reviving the memories of patriot dead at Morgan. A large gathering in the town hall, met the members of the G. A. R. as. they moyed. in from their hall, the stars and stripes duly gmmlcd. The roll of the dead was read with historical remarks in regard to "each, by IIev.; Mr. Cole, of Itock Creek, pr.tyer-was offered by.' Rev; . Mr: Milli kin, of Rome, and tho address was delivered by Rer. Col. Anderson, of the Cong. Church of this place The exercises were interspersed with excellent singing- liy a .ttlee Club, Miss Pardee presiding at the Piano, " Afler the ex ercises at the hall, tho soldiers and citizens marched to the cemetery, where very brief ad dresses were made aud pntycr offered, and the graves were decorated with floral offerings in great profusion. The exercises were of a very pleasant character. ..'-. t7"Every body unites in praising the merits -of the Alisma. and why nut? It gives the best satisfaction of any article ever sold for the hair, renewing its color pre vents its falling off. makes coarse Tairsoft and smooth. darkens and .Deautl3cs faded and lifeless hair, and al ways pleases. - ' ' itKil AVkecs of Matter. -ATc learn from the 77ji?, that the Second Advcntists of this re gion met in Saybrook, on Saturday last, and after some figuring, reached the conclusion, that this obdurate old sphere that has disap pointed so much confident expectation as well devout prediction about winding up its bob bin, will not be able to hold on longer than the second chiv-of Oetolx-r next : - ' : In view of this arrangement, aud of the pos sibility of. another failure,- we would like to cfl'er a suggestion to our friends by way of compromise': "it U, that'in'cas'e of a non-fulfill ment of the prediction hi the destruction wnd burning up of the world at tiie time fixed, that portion of it, at least might be wanned up a little, just fiir the purpose of searing -and- -p.er- h:'.ps scorching out some of its wickedncss-f spe cially political wickedness in high places. We have iu- niiad t number of those connected wiibcaeh of the several co-ordinate branches government, who need a pretty free sweat ing and singeing-by way of purging and puri fying the corruption out of them. Some of these arc tough, deliberate old sinners, and would require a little longer exposure than others who. have preserved a decent reputation a long time, but have been overtaken in an evil hour, and might be readily helped' to re pentance and return to virtue. ; - ' ABOUT THE 1IAIK. Hair is the robe which curious nature weaves And dwia adora eur bodies. . i - : - l Aiid'lhut alone remains when every other beauty's gone. Whenever a new article has come np promising to en rich, adorn or lengthen this most ornamental of all cov erings cur people have been exceedingly forward in giv it a trial, and in more instances than one Jiavc been sadly disappointed. It is then with great reluctance that we feel disposed to urge anything new in the way Hair Restorers, and we would not do so now, bnt for reason that wc have iu our mind au article ot super excellent quality, one that we huve tried, and know full well Its value. It is not only a dressing that beautifies renders the hair of a natural glossy appearance, bnt lengthens it and will restore it to its original coior. red and has become gray, it will bring back the red. flaxen, back to flaxen ; if black, the raven's plume cannot ontvte the Instre wi;h which it will again return it. AVc know of a score of persons whose faded aud fallen hair has been completely restored by it. AVc speak of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Eenewer. Vse other, oryon will be disappointed. . . - 4wir,0 Pitttb'irgh Pa. Gazette. Worthily Bestowed.' Our coteniporary of the Sentinel h been nvide the recipient of an elegant walking stifir, by the employees of the Sentinel establishment. They seized upon the sixty-fifth anniversary of his birth as the occa sion for. this expression of cstesm aud respect. Speeches were made, that, wc doubt not, were full of juiciness and sparkling flavor, that re freshed the generous impulses of the respective parties donors and donee. We trust that clustering honors as well as inevitably accumulating infirmities, may a likc find a friendly and refreshing support iu this very appropriate companion of gathering years. The Senate have con firmed Major-Gen. Schofield as Secretary of War. There was no reason for expecting a different action on the part of the Senate. Gen. Schofield has admin istred the government of Virgina, under the Reconstruction laws, with fidelily-and marked ability, and is well known to possess the fullest confidence of Gen. Grant. The Senate did not allow the confirmation to pass with out declaring in a preamble that the removal Secretary Stanton was unlawful.' Dedication. The new M. E. Church of East Denmark, Richmond Circuit. Warren Dis trict, will be dedicated to Divine Service by Rev. D. M. Slcver, assisted by Rev. L. W. Ely, Tuesday, June IGlh, 1SGS. p-.irchasa Cor rt or Common Pleas. The following Casrs have been disposed f: Siindv & Crane vs. Gillett, Snyder '& Co. of Ashtabula, civil action. Settled at defend ant's cost. Marian E. Bartholomew, vs. Hiram M. Bar tholomew ; divorce. Decree granted ; custo dy of child given to plaintin. Elisha Hall, Jr., et..ol. vs. James A Powers civil action. Dismissed.- ' - Vasliti.Fobcs vs. Sandford Fobes; civil ac- ,r . , .....fir. . nun. ocuicu ai planum s cost. . .Hiram Judson vs. J. Kuland; ciyiLaetjon- Settled. "7' , ArtemusCSnW Vs. A. C. Stevens et. til. civil aclion., Sftttled. -'"- ' . t OlyAVvs, John JSimmons ;. keeping rooms lorsale ot liquor. Defendant plenui. guilty. ipeii iM,-.anU costs. , - Ki-Grovc'r vs. G. Y. Anisrer. Settled. Williams- & Osborn vs. G. C. Brown et. til. Settled. f .. P..B.:Mitln.n" vs. Roltert Davis.' Settled. Sni'n'uet Hooper "vs. Barnard Nellis, Settled. Daiio vs. Frank Edwards : pitssing counter- teit money. Jiolle. - . (liiiO vs. L. C Odell ; erana larcenv.- AolW Ohio vs. J. Ilukill: burglary. . Svl'U: OhuTs. - A: A. Knowles; horse stealing. Ohio vs.' thilip KJine, Ashfctbula ; keeinng room for sale or lKpior. juc. Ohn'-T.-:!'.hliraH Vt oodwortU-,- Conneaut : keeping room for sale of liquor. Snllc. Ohio vs. Herman iiickock burglary JvtUe. Carlton H. Mills vs. Eliza Baldwin.' Set tled. . . ;.. ...v. f , . , Imira' A. Faux vs. Martin" Faux i confirm ation of stile. Sale confirmed;'., Deed ordered. Grand Jury indicted Georse Pctcrv. ussult and battery DanforlU Young, shooting with intent to kill: M. D. Bacon, neriurv : Noves -Leonard, periury ; Martin Newbury, assult and battery ; also fifteen indictments ibr keep ing roojiis for and selling liquor. John J. Lollar vs: r . Collar ; partition. Dismissed. I,eanord Stroud vs. Joseph Reed. Judg ment for $70,45. Messrs, iaum& Strauss vs. J. Hart Set tled. P. J. Iticc of Ashtabula vs. A Cole et. ttl. Dismissed. - John M. Con way vs J. Benson. Settled. -Gorden M. Miller vs. G. W. Foster. Settled. Patrick. Mvany vs. B. Nctterfield. Settled. P. M. Darling vs. W. Parker et. til. ' Set tled.1 .-'-, .. . It. Houghton vs. E. B. Murry. Settled. Jane. T. Button vs.- G. Button ; divorce. ) -ree granted. Custody of children giveu to laintifi. - " - : " Ohio vs. J. Dailcy ; keeping rooms, Ac. 'lend guilty. Fined JSoO.OO and costs. Ohio vs. G. Webb: keeping rooms, S:c. riead guilty. Fined $10 aud costs. Oiiio vs. J. 1). Haven : keepings rooms tfce. FinetlslO and costs. t btateyg. Martin Newbury, assault and bat- terv. Fined :i0 and costs-. fir-In the face of uumcrot.s testimonials from emi nent physicians who are using Dr. Sage's. Catarrh Ucm- edy with nnharallelleil snc-3 In their practice, and hundreds of the strongest testimouialsfrom wcH-known citizens: no one can reasonably donbt that Dr. .Sage has iacovered a remedy that lias enred the worst cases of chronic Catarrh, and will snecdilv relieve aud enre sud- leivattieksof "cold iu the head." For sale by Ki K. tT.K?;' Jefferson, Hexdbt Si Kisa, Ashtabula, aud druggist genrrailv-. - - st'igl Bask Ball. The two matches played le- ween the Union Club of this place and the Grand Kiyer Club of Austinburg, the first on aliwvkiyvtlic 2d nil. iit""Aiislinb:irg, and the st at Ashtabula, on the 1st. resulted in the triumph of the Union boys the tirstj 70 to 22, ind the latter 4!) to 17. Onward, right onward. Into the Valley of Death, ttoje the. Six IItllldcd.', Bnt larger, by hundreds mi 1 iplied iuto millions, than tiie doomed band who rode to swift destruction in Ten nysona poem, is the great cavalcade of unhappy men ho are rushing to untimely graves, followed by the gaunt sp.ctrc Dyspepsia, That is all wrong, and should ease. Tlantation Bitters, the great Stomachic Pain illcr, cures T)yspepsia, Heartburn, Headache, Vertigo. Dullness, and all symptoms of kindred character, as if by magic. For Languor. Lassitude. Great Weakness, and Mentlc Depression, they have a wonderful eftVct. Mo!fot.tA Wateu A delightful toilet article -super! or to Cologne and at half the price. Sold Oct. We regret to leara that our es teemed friend B. F. H. Lynn, has sevtred his connection with the Lne Dispatch.a paper with which he has been identified since its first inception by J. S. M. Young, atWatcrford i. The Dispatch owes all of its vast influence and patronage to Mr. Lynn's cm rgy and en- rprise, and we hops that his successors, all f whom have been for some time past con nected with him in the management of the es- tblishment, imbibed a sufficient amount of is spirit and energy to carry on the concern successfully. fS"i'ynheer Paul Dietrich, of Milwaukee, feeling his earthly 'ab,rnaclc, stored with troubles, to bj expelled. lecided after full enquiry aud investigation, to employ yer's Pills. In his haste to purify his Dutch Stomache he mistook the directions, S to T. and swallowed 27 for a dose. This created, of course, an ap-paul-ing internal rebellion. B it Paul went through the fight like a hero, and c:ime oH victor at last, with a rcuovated system which he proudly exhibits as proof of the wisdom of his choice. He advises every bodr to take Dr. Ayer's Pills, it kind".- advises his frien ls who are ambitious of fol lowing his example, to 'pc sure and take der right bo tion. Minnesota Telegraph. ?K'.2 Lak e Vif.w House. The Reynolds prop erty on Little Mountain has been purchased by a company, the house has been improved, enlarged and refurnished, a number of new cottages have been built for the use of fami lies, new stabling has been provided, and tyeiy thing put in first-rate order- for the accommo dation of visitors and boarders. The house will open for the public on the 15th of Junc) under the care of those old and experienced hotel keepers, It. H.Abbott and wife. There ho more pleasant resort iu all the West, than Little Mountain. Amasa Stone Esq., so long the able Presi dent of the Lake Shore Railway Com pany, is going to Europe. On the first of June, J. il Devereavx, recently elected Vice President of the Company, assumed the direction of af fairs. Mr. Devcreaux is one of the most skill ful and popular railroad men in the Counrty. Masonic Festival at FuinroxT. The F and A. Masons of Relief Lodge No. 2S4, will celebrate tho anniversary of the birth of St. John, Evangelist, on the 2-lth day of June, A. D., um.- Ball axd Fair Grousds. In Erie, we sec by the Diip-it- a stock comp tay h-is been formed, and the shares are nearly all taken, to and improve a permanent baso ball ground for the city. The ground is being nice ly graded, and with a neat fence eight feet high and goo I se.it3 for visitors, it will baa pie i3!t place of resort. In this towu wj proposa to embrace ia onr plan not only a b.ill groau.1, bat a driving park, fair ground and buildings, skating rink, with spce and appropriate fixtures for all kinds of large gatherings of the people, for any legitimate purpose. It should be remembered that to day, Sat urday, enough of the stock must be subscrib ed to warrant success in obtaining the whole, or the undertaking fails, so fur as the location on this side the creek is contemplated. The F. and M. Association cannot defer the prepa rations for a fair the present season, when all the fixtures are to be erected, and they will be compelled to nvike the ground offered by D. II. Fargo, which is already finely graded, the place for their next and future exhibitions. Lt. E. B. Hubijaud, of the 32d U. S. Infant ry, stationed at Camp Bowie, Southern Arizo nia, in rehiilling the amount of bis subscrip tion, favors us with an article for publication, which will, wc think-, be read with pleasure, and not without instruction. Having come to hand on Thursday afternoon, it is' necessarily deferred until next week. FOURTH OF JULY. The citizens of Ashtabula, favorable to cele brating the FocRTn of July, in this town arc requested to meet at the office of O. H. Fitch, At 8 o'clock, this (Friday) evening. . ' ; PER ORDER. - See new advertisement and new goods just received by Messrs. Smith & Gilkey. No moire I carefully selected stock of goods can be found, and there is a prevalent opinion that for fuir nest or liberality, there is no better place to purchase. The Baptist Church and Society are engaged in the workof repairing, painting, and furnish ing a bell for their house, all of which is as it should be. , . The Firemen, both Protection and Ltile Erli were out on Wednesday afternoon in uniform, and with music They made a fine display, unci gave good evidence of their ability to cope with the ncry element Advice that Should bc Heeded. We desire to call the attention of the afflicted to the merits 5of Koback'a Blood Pilla. a surely vegetable cathartic, free from mer cury and all mineral poisons, and undoubtedly the best extant for the radical core of nervous and sick headache bilious disorders and all affections of the Liver and Blood. They arc, as their name Indicates, a Blood PUt ; they search the blood for disease and strike at tlie very root, thereby effecting not temporary bnt permanent euros. As a purgative, tneyare all that can be desired, bing mikl and safe In their operation and unquestiona bly one of onr most satisfactory Cathartic Pills, and should be kept In every household, and, when taken in conjunction with Roback's Blood Purifier, are nncqnal- ed for curing Scrofula, Skin Disease, old Sores, Salt Rheum, Dyspepsia, .Erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions, and all diseases arising from a disordered state of the blood or a disorganized state of the system. Try these medi cines and you will never regret it. Ask those who nave nsed them, and they will tell yon that they are the best of medicines. IV -ttMil MARRIED. At the M. E, Parsonage, Geneva. May 14th. br Rev 3 Ttibln . Andrew f. Jackson, of Geneva, to Miss Theresa Korris. of Saybrook. In Oeneva. Jane 4,1 by Hey. J. Trihhy Filwtn W Cowles. to Miss Plnma L. Jaquays. both of Saybrook. In Monroe, may ?,m, nv ncv. u. m. noover, v m. it. Hardy, to Mrs. Brittann Maine, both of Monroe, In Cleveland. May J-tth by Rev. J. A. Thome. G. W. Salisbury, to Miss Minnie It. B iss, both of Conneaut. In Oolchrook. on the ith ult.. by Rev. B. Phelns: Ar thur L. Coon, to MissBellc Lomis, both ol Jcllersan. DIED. Announcements free: Commendatory Notices, half rates In I'ierpont 31st nit. Minuio H. infant daughter of T. S. and Sara E. Wiuship. . . In New York: of scarlet fever, the SSth uIL MlsDettie. daughter of D. B, Doty, aged 14 years. In Kiuersville. on the 21st ult, Mrs. Snsannah. wife of John Fox, deceased, iu the Tilth year of her age. In Cnlehrook. on the Stth ult. of Consnmntion. Mrs. Mary J. Beckwilh, wife of Halsey P. Bcekwith. inker S5th vear. In Geneva. June 2d. of eonsumpliun. Allen L. Cal len der, in the 30th year of his age. - Died in Woodland. TVolo Co. Cal. April Stub, Sarah, danghter of Mr. and Mm. Anson Qiddingj, late of Cher ry "Valley in this Co. ag al, SO years. She was the last of three children (two of them sons.) ho have followed each other in quick succession lo. their spirit home, victims of Consumption. ' " Her anxious parents, as a forlorn hope, were induced to take her to the Paeilic coast, but the inroads of dis ease upon hex d -licalo constitution had been such as to sap the foundations .of life. Three days before her decease she rode out, and con versed intelligently to within a few moments of her last. When sheententd the dark valley, sha feared no evil," for her faith was firm, and her gentle spirit pass ed quietly away to where "the pare in he-vrt shall see God." Peace to her slumbers a tear to rcr memory. HASXELLS" COLUMN. 1(5 O o a o o 0 i i & H K U ID H H H b H H r o pi m I o H PI ! if. 0 S 5 H m Pi i i to o 3 1 a. as as CO CAMPAIGN OF- - ' i i- - .- ' IBS 8 . : ISTJliJ W GOODS JUST RECEIVED AT THE OLD FORTRESS! A NEW AXD CnOICE STOCK OF SPRING AXD SUSniER GOODS BorGHT witii cash - " v. V i a '-w AXD JUST TROM THE MARKET ' ' AT TUB LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. " II. L. 5IORBI30X. ; Ashtalmla, Alril 29, Itm PRICES REDUC&IH SZM ZX G fd jP.'i 18 G 8 . BOOTS & SHOES; LST iiecfivetl a large assortment ol Ladies' lasting Congress Gaiters and Polish Boots. A full line of Ladies Goat and Glove Kid Balmorals aud Polish Boots. -. "-. A full stock or Men's Calf Boota,"- .; - . . - -"? and Men's Calf Congress Gaiters and Balmorals. The subscriber having Inst returned from the east- Tii r.ianufaeturprs is now prepared to offer lo the inhab itants of Ashtabula and vicinity, the ubovcj.-ouds at . L O W E R R R I CES than any other establishment In this conntti: - Still selling off at COSTn far BELOW COST, all oods not strictly new, and lately purchased. -. - GREAT BARGAINS ran he made hi thinllne. All goods of this kind MUST BE SOLD, It EG A RULESS OF COST. ' 1". s- Aslit:iljula,'At ril 10, 186. ! ; 953 m a j H CO H .a a a H O m b H ! 0 H i 30 -1 1 E-i' n 0 o p H O H O 'A A M 3 CO H- L a 9i u yA - - CO L- n a m so w - 3 A . a B5 9 '525 O ft 91 t t, o a . - S5 O a CO '6 Q ' 'A 5- Q A O to a a o H H O A- o o Q A: m H z P3 a a t. o u Q A a o cs "i 14 I 3- h 0 0 I H I Pi 0 a a i -d a a H s-J J 'A o . V A H rn s 4 5 J io o Wanted ! a wood tcrnek. t Address, MOURGIDDINC;S.obio. . . . : ERYSIPELAS, Or, St. Anthony's Fire, can bc most effectually eradica ted by the use of Roback's Blood Pnrifler in conjunction w'th Roback's Blood Pills. Hendry t, King, Wholesale and Retail Agents. SPEING & SUMMER MILLINERY. AVR1Z. 1SGH. E would call the attention of tlie Ladies to our new and carefollv selected Stock of Milli nery Goods, Comprising the Utest aud most desirable STRAW and FANCY BRAID. BONNETS and HATS, KIHfiONS. " " M - - FLOWERS, ' : SILKS, ; ORNAMENTS, Ac. . ' A consfimt'snpply or ready made JtOWKTS, t c.trs . I.V7A TH IM 31 EI ; . HATH, Kept on Hand. Old lsmnets and hats dressed over in a nuiuuer satisfaciory lo all. - MRS. B. II. MEIMtl VM. . Brick Sftorc next to Fisk Uousv,- , tfXrti. KOT- A BEVEEAGE. - riiHkenmst or the Bitters of the present day. Dr. Rohark's are not Intimried as a pleasant stimnlatini whisky beverage, but arc perfectly medieinal, contain ing only sutHciiiit pure bourbon whisky to hold in snr lution the mi'sliciiial, extractive niatttT fi-vm which they arernm.osed. Hendry & King," Wholesgle and Retail ;'gents. .).- . " 8mir Ayer's Hair "Vigor For restoring Gray Hair io its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, Jiealthy, and effectual for preserving tlie hair. Faded or gray 'hair is soon restored to tls original color with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick ened, falliDg hair checked, and bald ness often, thohgh not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied - and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and injurious .to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a IJAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither - oil nor dye, it does not soil -white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich glossy lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr, J. CaAyer & Co., Practical'akd Analytical Chemists, LOWELI MASS. , .. PBICB 1.6'0. ' ' - -.' :', Heatdrr &at.iu, Agvtna, Ashtabula. O. v!).:5. LEUCOERHCEA. Or. Whites, wh.eh follow local dchility and constitution al weakness, can be effectually cured by the nse of Iio back Stomach Bitters. Do not let the druggist sell yon any other remedy, as these Bitters are prepared with especial reference to this complaint, and are warranted to euro.' HcndJy King, Wholesale and Ketall Agents.- .v; Xocp - your Blood Pure. 'There are no remedies, now before the pnbnc, so well calculated to pnrify the Mood. aud reconstruct (so to speak) the i whole system as Enlur k's ' JJlond J?urifior, lUixxl Bills andijtoniach Bitters. Hendry Jt Eaug, whole sale ami retail Ageut Ayer's Sarsaparilla, fob PTBirrtxe the blood. . The reputation this ex cellent incilieinc enjoys, ileriveil from its cures, : many of which are truly ; niarvellous. Inveterate cases of Scrofulous ilia ease., whore the system seemed saturated with corruption, have lieen purilieil and cured by it. L.-mC-t..., oir.u-lUni nilfl t-Jrl' ilisonlers. which were asr- ' gnivated by tha scrotii- :-r Ion. contamination nntil . they were painfully afflicting, have been radically : cured in. such great numbers in almost every sec tion of the country, that the public scarcely need to "be iotonned ofita virtues or uses. . y Scrofulous poison is one of the moat destructive enemies of our race. Often, this unseen and unl'elt tenant of the organism umhirmines the constitution, and invites the attack of enl'eelilinir or fatal diseases, without excitins a suspicion of its presence. Again, it seems to breed infection throughout the Iwilv.and then, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of its hideous forms, either on the surface or among the vitals. In the latter, tuber cles may be suddenly deposited in the hint's or heart, or tumors formed in the liver, or it showa its presence by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcer ations on some part of the body. Hence the occa sional use of a bottle of- this Sannpanlla is av " visabic, even when no active sjnipioms of disease appear! Persons afflicted with the following com- , plaints generally find ""'"'' ifftf')' ?1 length, care, bv the use or this 9ARSA PA It IL IA: St. Alhou9'l rtrr.f J niPrl " Tetter. Salt Rheum, SeMd. Hend, llnigu-orm. Sort i'vea. Sore Ears, and other eruptions or visible forms of Srrofulou disease. Also in the more concealed forms, as Dynpeifia. Itrtnmr, Heart ltisrase, fits, Epilrf,sf, Ismralgia, and the various lleerout auctiona of the muscu lar and nervous systems. Syphilis or Venereal and jtfercuriai Diseases '. are cured by it, though a long time ia required for subduing these obvtiunte maladies by any medicine. But long continued use of this medicine will cure . the complaint. I.rurorrhara or Whites, I ferine ITleerations. and Female Diseases, are com monly soon relieved and ultimately cured by ita i : : ..n . .... llluniA T ) i s: Junivuig umi in iui.onif, cunt. ions" for each case are found in our Almanac, sup plied gratis. Rheumatism and bout, when rauseu ny accwmiiinu"" wt cAninnis in the blood, vicld quickly to it, as also l.icer Complaints. Torpidity, Conyestiott or Inflam mation of the hirer, and Jannri ier, when arising, as they often do, from the rankling poisons in the blood. This SARSAPARILLA is s great re storer for the strength and vigor of the system. Those who are Zanm and Listless. Despon dent, Sleepless, anil troubled with perrons Ap prehrnsiniis or Fears, or any of the .affections symptomatic of Weakness, will find imineri .-ite relief and convincing evidence of its restoraUve power upon truil. PREPARED B T Or. 3. C. AIER & CO., 1aw1I, Ufaask, practical and Analytical ChemtsU. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. GPTHALMIA, Of.Inflamatiou of the Eyes, not unfreqnently arises from a disordered sjite of the stomach : a few doses of Roback's Blood Pills will, in most cases, effect a enre by removing the cause. Hendry Klr, Wholaleaud Re tail agents. YOU ALL IIAVK UEiKD Of Hoofland's Geniiaa Bitteri; Asn Hoofland's German ionic: YOU ALL AVE haj or HOOFLAND'S GEEHA2T BITTEl AID ' " .-. ....... HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TOHIC. Prepared ly Dr. C IL Jackson, PhlladelpMat Their introduction Into this country from OtraaoJ occurred in - 1825. - - THEY CURED TOTjB . PATHERS AUD MOTHERS, " And win cure yon nn ynmr ehndren. They are entirely ?.i.-renl-TT, from th.- anT preparations now M M - many culled Hitters or tltl Tc the eooniry Tonics. "iney i no tavern prep n HIT aMcaratkm, or anythina lite one; bat good, honest, reliable medicine. The i tie grtauxt kwm ranauttjor . DYSPEPSIA, r . . Worrona Debility, T . JATJKDICaS, Diseases of the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIS, and all Diseases arlalnz from at Dbth dered Liver, Stomach, or IXPUB1TT OP TUB BLOOD. Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Plies, Fullneaa of Blood to the Head, Acidity r i toe Etomach, Nausea. HearW ( bttraBiBBust for Food. Fnlneaa or Weight in tha Stomach. . Boar ructationa, Sink- -t : ; in? or Fluttering at tha ' t i - - Fit of the Stomach, Swim- -, 1 ttinw of the Head, Hurried Or ii Difflcult Brea thing, Fluttering - at the Heart, jt. Chokinv o ' SufTocatingM - VVSenaatlona when tn a Ly-W "Jjivtc Poatnra, Dimness of BaBW7 -Vi.irm. TVt or webs before the Sight, Dull '- Pnin in ,a TTuj n.A.. of Perspiration, Yeliowneaa of the Skin a-ad Byea. Fain in the Side. Back, Cheat, Lambs, etc.. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burn ing in the Flesh, Constant Ixnae-inings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirit. All Ui' isdicaU disease of the Livtr or Uigestsms. Organs, combined with napar blood. Hoofland's German Sitters Is entirely yeeretnble. and e-oietalns ne liquor. It Is a coinponnd ot IVInld Ei. tracts. Tho Koots, Herbs, and Harks from which Ihes c-l tracts are-made are catliered mmSt I n tier-many. All the iMCiliy TVclnal -vtrtae are extracted -fcA Fj Irons tneitt bw a sele ml tic Msaiaay chemist. These extracts are (ben forwarded to this country to be nsed expressly for the nianularllirc ol these Bitters. There la no ah-ohollrsnbstanre ofaayktnd nsed In compounding the Hitlers, heace It Is the only Kitters that ran be ased In eases where alcoholic stimulants are -not advisable. Hoofland's German Tonic is a combination of aU the ingredients of the Bitters, vith pes a Struts Crsa Rum, Orange, etc R is used for Ute same diseases as the Bitters, in eases where some pure afcnltolic stimulus is required. You will bear im mind lhat these remedies ere entirely dinVrent from any others-adrerrivd for the cure of Ihediseoses namril, thrse briny scientific prrparalians of medicinal extracts, while the others ire mere decoctions of mat m sums form. The TON IC t drcidrdl, one of the most plea, stint and ngrctabl remeilies ever offered to Me public. Its taste is exfptisite. It is a pleasure to take it, while its b'feyirinp. csMilarating, and medicinal qualitiss. kmsm caused it 'tobe known es the greatest of ell Isaics, DEBILITY. There is no nudteine eonol to JfooflantPt German Bitters or Tonic rsSBC-aBBSS-sa --- Debilitf. Thru impart a tone r- 3 Band viffor to the whole system, strengthen Ym tl appetite, csmse art enji-jrment of tlrsssussn food, enable the ste maih to aiyest upunjti the blood, give e good, suss J, healthy comf-Uxiim, eradicate the ytlam tinge from the eye, impart a bloom to lite cheeks, and change the pmtiemt from a shortJireathed, emaciated, weak, and susses inrah'd, to efuU-faced. stout, and vigorous person. Weak and Delicate Children are made strong by nsiiig: liie Bitters or Ionic. In lart, they are Family Bledt elnrs. Tliey can be administered with perfect Ml. ty to a child three months old, the most delicate lemale, or a mast of ninety. . These Remedies art the best Blood Purifiers srsr "mmes, end wiU cure aU diseases resulting from bodoloud K'rpyome?emm - blood pure; keep yonr Liver in ontrr ; "keep K yonr diijesrire organs in a sound, healthy ' uasondiiion, by the use of these reiNc('Vs.MslanssBMus4' no disease will ever assail you. Thr. bee' men iu the cpuntry recommend them. If yrars of honest reputation go for anything you must try Utcse prtaniiwiis. FROM HO J. GEO. W. TVOODWARti, Chief Justice of the Fnprcme'coort of Pennsylvania. 1'niLjiDBLenia, March 16, 18C7. I Pad " HrnJlan'Ts German Hitlers " is not an . icaiing brrervge, but is a good Ionic, useful is disorders of Ihe digrshre organs, and of great benefit in cases of debility and want of nervous aduns, is the system. l ours truly. . GEO. JT. WOODWARD. . FROM nOU. JAMES TnOMTSOJf, Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. ruiLAfKLrniA, Arril 2?, 18GA I consider r " Iloolland's German Hit j tors " a valuable mrdiane In case t , . of attacks of I utlitrestlunsfes aasor Uyspepsla. I can certify tuilrin my experience of FKOlf REV. JOPKPn II. KESTS'ATID, D. V4. Tiwtor trt the Tenth Baptist CTmreh, rhilndc!phl. Pn. Jachsom 1k fc3m: hart tW fruenltf rtfiH'xifd to connect wry n-rme trith rrwrnmrtHatttmM of dij'freitt kiwis of mrtiicfnrit but rrgnwltfttf the prtcticS as out of mjf airprafrriate $f there, J tare in all cates de e'inft! ; bttl with a cltcr psi' in various instances, and jMirh'rulartjfiM vy ototi owty, of the usefulness of Dr. JIft'tnf Get man hitters J tit-part for once from my ftsuiV ci'mtrtc, lo erjrrss my full conviction tltat for gen cm! debility ol the ovittum and enpocUlly f Liver Comp!int, it is i-Jk mjmxits and . fc)ul ! preparation. In "frV 8 "me m'9 fail; but Mtry, B dfmt wU lom the ookss causes, l'oturs, sent reycctfuUy, J. It KBSSABD, : Eighth, t CAUTIOH. IfnoilaneCl German Remedies are eownterfeffed. The genuine ham Ihe signature of C. M. JaeksOB) the front of Ihe oulsi-le wrapper of each bottle, end the name ol Ihe orttd blown ia each boUiu AUothertere eausUerfeiL Price of te Bitters, 1 00 per bottle X Or, a hall' dozen for its OO. Price of tiis Tonic, ifl SO per bottle; Or, a balf dozen lor f I 50. TUm tnnie ! nnt nn in auart bottles. Recollect that a is Dr. nHirvTs German Remedies that are so simwctWv sw.1 and so highly rerom mended; and do n.itssm LI allow the D.uggistt to induce you to take f l imylhing else that he may say u just as fi Jygoad, because he makes a largr profit ewhasmmnSe ,-4. These Remc dies will be sad by express he any locality upon appttcae turn lathe PBIXCIPAI. OFFICE, AT THE QESMAN ELEDICINE STOBE. Fo. 631 ARCU STREET, Philadelphia. CIXA3. VL EVA IT 3, rroprictor,' l?orme'riy C. II. JACKSOH & CO. These Bemedies are for sale by a5fn!r glsts, Storekeepers, and medicine Coal ers ewery where. . Do not foroel to examine well the article ytm buy, in,' order to get tint genuine. 0.-j7 ly.