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r rears from negroes Sebflltj, premature decay, and all he effects of yotjkih indiacnttic, will, for the sake of tttTering humanity, canal tree to all who need it, the ra pe and directions; far making the simple remedy by which hewaB cared, offer ara wishing la proJrr by the di 1-3 J Tdyrieoto,, ,&ia do 1 s uj.adare ing, perfect confidence;' ' ' V JOtUS B. OGDEN, in esT-lOm. C ; A. ""-'.; CcdawStrect. N. Y. Information. Iufarniatiira guaranteed to pro tlonu I duce a luxuriant growth.u hair unon a bald head or beardless face Ao a rocSie fur:thetnnovsl of Pimples rfpoomi. atcoti toa iciu,.iav;ug the same heaatlrcl, canwi obtained wiuiaiu charge oy.i rtngVTHoS. F. CHI APMAf.", Chemist. i Mlrli I." fll I I Illlj " in HO rfcfj-Ier)a; 1h9,'finie of lie! Hrt,n ipjp3 J:xi Dtactas which bower, and create imbotf btkausito mar- f wWsnra.- iKamia of -relief?"--Sent in scaled let tct envelopes, frQrjcBafjy: j Addfcsa J 18l y IIowart-AssociaXiy'W ttiky Iphia. ' trfrku ' arjfaafM fctate. o jinltl the ini testrmtf cl'hifcy tssnumeu' srrrver Vfeose water flow over theadjoining land, thtrafcdhc channels nature or a Small,JtlJ ntyfov J Iteir ajutXtiBS A to long as it rump JbtiabothVjr the channels ate' kci Suirc and healthy ; if the wrorW of tt rrrc? is stopped, then th water in tjsagaa). J npagf, jeipft, b- ijin becomes tagnant. ' There ig bat one law of circulation in nature; Wheminere' tiri Ihfpcrtfhnndijee of 'nnmdriaif,fliiid in th lnteeUoai tabsti and tnttvmem lako place, it flows ek into , the btoo4 yesd, and inflltrateij. jtaclf int n cTriuTaHbnl 'o'cWablifh flibfree courVe'bf'theriv.i , we must nxnovis1 VU ohtriictioas which stop its free osnaej Md ftoac.oX. U ihnlary..eitm6 With the Boflj follow the same' natural principle rcrqovc the obstrnction,lr6Mdtn"nowe-'wWi' 'BRASEtliETir FILIjjflhWijetfcjainjnrft !;FiTwn,''cctaal for the perfect clcjneinir oT the cratpm from nil impurities and dlscase?Kt!memor, mryf r suffer tfp pf blood to. ba UkenonV. yonl' pSvacuatc.cpmor'aijqtfen and as loftgite'tBey iHeaerarTeco', Ct as Jihg iSjtmirte sick. lW fWS'WMW-klte.Wtcrj in the ernatjaJilIDrtWk'i 6ot r Eaton'Vcordial',' s fioTtnfly cood for JTprs Ji:f "Chjldren,.bat It la the best wiicdy" Sir Dysentery, (Diarrhoea and a dinordercd state of the bowels. Sold at tlentftya "iSntg sjotd AalitkbaTa. .' i I ' i V J -1 fcse lJa. CULjut' ,ITaif. 0ttry icatnya, they wilt enre ' irwstiliaTqraalebj ail Dmgata. i ' Biiido dt'Briacg-rooia. Essays foryonng mm on' t"tie fntereitrhg TeHtion of Bri'ic'ffrootn to Bride in the Institution o(Mvria a Cwulo to mstiiaionial felccity, and trne hanninws. Sent hv mail in Kealed. letter envci mw in tf cuaw Abi. UOWAUi)-. ASSOCIA- ySfei. BoiP- PUiiadelpltia. -Pa. , .-i -" 1yM)a- , . ,AOxn Mkoujimb. ThMiert best thine to a reliable' 4b)eioian in any eemmimit? is a jrood Bieillcimu and to a, sincere and ki(Ail practitioner it is an invalnaWc U(tlf i. Tiow aai-iBetljr-iuid te apply it H the ioe' or's great business a:de from tuiaute lce lis-feoraex-' jaiynsntai praminaf rm- www whi dpnwwiuii wbo lUwtnr tw Hie reliable metiicine isttaesefsre, tM great litwral w.-, To direct when -to administer it Is U the phrskian iareqnirrd to-do. in fachn. sw-ipra-Spaaed by, Dr. HeUnbald. w fcavm, -thentatre. an that is needed. Every bottle of the extract lias fnTl direnw! -far iUCH. It t aooKCk midieine,:-bnt cornea to the paiient witii tbe racomanadntioa1 of soiDaf theVrerht wtlataUaets know to iheacienceof phshi A mdi Viie beaou;Xn anqaalrned endoraomentof sarb men as Br. Phtsic. Prof. -iawBESu Dr. Proa SKJ)wi.l, and Prot. Tbavbrs, of-1h Roral Colhge of Suri-ons, pawiaH fail-Io ftartNo way to tie-confidence of millions vtJumiiim.. Henco-tliaweallhof it distingnished pre 'jwrerand its joa8iry tn.the -ftimify etrcic at all times And seasons.. See advertisement elsewhere. Onrinnoti JteurU. -.- 1 - - 1yW .r.W t ' ' -' --'"TJNPBINCIPLED TJraleTS yftenneonunejid; other bittenBVbpranse they hare not Robick's. We desire to caution the afflicted akifcit atreWsitig'anr of fbem ; baj Xohack's atom oh. Bitten and none other, if yon would combat di.earc successfully. Hehdbt 4 Krso, Wholesale Agents. " ,11., . . -4ir " i. , t, TO THE- MUSICALLY INCLINED CH x-m i ASHTABULA toUNTY ! " . ' . GE.OR GE II ALL No. 22, ftibrle Square, CLEVELAND,' -OHIO,'' 7 T 'i, m t i '' i t m r i JpiEGS 'Jeave to say to liw oUl acquaint ances patrons that having become now permanently lo cated in this city with a latere a growing tradein Ptauos, Ac, the reward of a quarter of a century of putieui an remitting industry, supported byatttrirt adhereuce to an nndeviaiing system of fair dealing, and having the ability awr, by liaviu cohKtamly intorean assort ntent at once acknowledged the largest held by any dealer in the Union, to do the best that can be done in the trade. W would suggest to the wise and considerate, to write us, or see ns before purchaiii, we can save them an a monntSrorth lookiuj; after, and furnish them a Cod in truinent with a valid guarantee, ,. .',.,. ,i; Many seem to be unfortunate in snuurin; impositions to be itracticed onhem by. wordyv and frequently nu Vntthful and irresponsible traveling parties, who have no eye to their reputation or future stundin-, but otfer at their doors a class of C7A'iustruaiunt-i, most -easily nrncufd. add ou which the jcrcauist prcse-t iMohu can brealia-il. . Having frequent, repeated, and nnpnalilied assurances from our former patrons of the uiiiiiueueta f.th in strumetrta parcJUacd of be in fonuer yuarn, ve can not! earnestly assure them that there next interests will le cared for in the future by ofterinir the best the market affords, with a valid gtiararlee or Hie same, and at the most reasonable prices, whether for CASU, or in time payments, ty'hether hoaght fruja tu or ouf authorized j-euta. ...- ' MONTnLY-PAYMEXT SYSTEM. Having institnted a system of monthly of rnltHrly Instalments for the beoelit of the houest, indusrruius la borina; classes of oceapation,-many -can hare a Piano or Mekxieon at ones, andttjey tit? iiieasuresand advan taes at home. Ploaaeowrite.a,iiUliartisnkj.. ,i, .u f . X. B. Persons residing howevet dWtant, astv west or south from Cleveland, will please understand that we bare constantly at our .nMMi:-iri :n ... . " GREAT YESTEIIN KOtOilS, u.ir n In ClevaUind.WlUiedeslraWe makes of ' t i'. ' r-. --;".' r-MELOPEONS, rjANOS, ! .1 i ORGANS,, "ic-. - .v a "" ' ' ' -TTWI mTrrn Hut In mncf Inat.inrya MITfTT T.OW. . . .-.. j '; , Bbn Uiey kwssfcld ifi amy otlfer-cit Eastir Vtcfr. e 8. 8. rAStSJin ', wncrai seni tot Asntacuia uo. , H,T rf Ail), far Geneva and vicinity. 957 Of sedentary habits who require a gentle pnnratb'STl Una; rjack'a-lilQod PHls-Jus. th mpdlrts hhy vaij; Tiay contain, no mercury or mineral poison, but arc pnre Altejryatabla, .. , Ceodry, & King, Wholesale Aqcnts. ROAD.Jy'OTJCE., .. NflTlCE IS BEREBT GIVEN THT A WtUtou tiU be, presented to the-Doat4 o OosittvOv mii.f uersat tlicir nextret-ular setMioD. tfrM., 'Bist liaanrisyof Pect-nihw neT.) TortheafwraUun of the road runtttus mm the school He-trse near B. S. Carpen ter's in Sayornok across I ted Ceek. and passin-, the andot MrsTK A. lnnhar and zadok Brown, as fol Iowa;.. jMa-ummg at theturn of the road Wet of said 'school house and on tor of the eat hank of Red Creek, and rnnnlnp doVrn th,ejruc:wwt of the now traveled road UH it ectiksit tlu.--ci uack othe foot of the bank ; thenovorossing said Carpenntcr'fr land and Ited Creek and rtmntntrtrp tbo wosfnartk of said week till it inter-, vects the rid qfd varaSd Cyrpeufers GneJ 'Also a petition-trvheMe so much of the old nuad as shall be fendered necessary by snrn alteratujL . , . Saybrof'k'; bet. ST, J868." S T R A Y ED. , , - . ... ' ., '?r XJL DARK -lirown Horse Suekirig Colt, fol lowed the subscriber home, on Tuesday the 14th. on the Lak"hore Rvi,. and no Inquiring has. succeeded In tindir) its- wer. .The owner in herfhv uotilicd to jrove prftiiertyay chavi?es ami tnke it aw'av. ot9n r'KAKtIS llOUNCE. Atjtttbia, Oct. iU, 'Go. . . Asorrn Bolitifca, at riag WEEKLY TELFtRAPH ST.. JAMES RET. .Nr. r..- Tko IoIlar Year inrarli lu" Advance. Local & Miscellaneous. Blanks oral! kind for sale at this office. -toad Recef pta, for sale at the Telegraph Office. tW The schooner Snow Drop, from Buffalo to Detroit, lost her flying jib and topaail, and sprang a leak, when off Cleveland, to the late EeTKCCnyE FxnE.-On the evenihg of.the 6th, the . iitting-up building of the Geauga StoveCompony was destroyed y fire: Loss on building, patterns and stoves, f iSflOO-dn' 'Bored for' f ffiOtt'; 'r . ' : ' ' A"iargb"cOrps of assticiate 'Editors of high reputation in their special departments has been enlisted in support of thisr enterprise j and no labor or expense will be spared to make it in subject ntfifftef'as rcli W illustration worthy of a place in every household in the Sext Up. Some days ago one James Cha pin,'bf TruniiVn'n, stole s "qukntily . of joiner's tools at Ashtabula, which he brougiticre and eolif- Vie was rrVsa on Si?lurrftiy1)y Nonsta ble Shaw, at the depot and brought before Justice hofp.. lis'; walvcd':,ari 'csjaminaUoh and was consigned to Sheriff Covel;';at Jeffer iilLTuiif. .,- .t , '.- i - ' Ajim Broken. On .Tuesday ,: afternoon, a boy, son of an Irish laborer on the K. R. track, got his ai-ni badly broken by the cntnk. of a hand car. The boy tried to pass around the crank, tr set' brake.'when the crank caught in the sleeve of. hU coat, windiug liid arm around it, breaking it in two or three places. Dr. Burrows was' .called to attend him. . . ilimcs. C"The."IlEAKTH & Home," a Rural and Fainilif' Paper, is to make its' ntppearance -in New. York about the first of January,; under the auspices otv Pettixgii.i., Bates & Co., proprietors, and under the editorial charge of Mr.' Donald GL Mitchell, while its home and fireside depart men ta, will be subject to the su- pen'isioa of Mrs. llAiiitiKT BiiECUEU Stowe, who will also 'contribute regularly to ' each number. Tub Wedwell House,, Cleyela'nd, ' has changou luiuiLj.. Tlie Kihkwoods hsve sold out to Messrs? R. A.' G ilxkttb &- (Co. . The Company bciBgMr." HniAM 'TJolliss;,' both geuUtanyn. beiiigirexpfcfienced 'ilandlords,- hnd both belonging to Ravcuua.' , We understand that he prices that hayeprcTailcd at the Wed dell ara to be reduced and adapted to the range of it popular house -of more general pat ronage. . , ... .' . - r ! - Tin; OTlatteuty Letteus, which during the campaign, became so marked a feature of tkc'VlevelAnd U mld, hud about the authentici ty of which there has been so much interest and question, for a time, even in the HcmUl of fice itself, turns outlo be the Ioc.l editor, Mr. J. H. A-Boxe. Mr. Bouc has heretofore had credit for facility and power as a writer, but such ver satility as is here displayed, misled his friends, and shows pretty clearly the scope and genius of the man, ' . 1 " -' ,. Suicide. A man residing upon the Eras tus ' Hulett place, just west of the vil age of Conneaut, procured at ouo of the druggists of that place a quantity of arsenic, and during.' the '. afternoon , transacted business about the village as usual. It was ta ken on retiring, and his wife was awakened by his vonrif ing in thu course of the night Death followed soon after. His name wasChittester or Chichester, n man of about forty years of age. The deed is supposed to Jtavc been the result of low spirits and despondency. i - ' : Ctieap Staxdakd Wouks. Our table has been furnished with a copy each of Shake speare and Byron's works, in small type, and put up in paper covers at the very low price of 50 cents a. volume. The cheapness of these publications is accounted for on the ground of being of English workmanship, imported. The prices of labor and material ranging below those of this country, throws them upon tho market at such rates as forbid competition. Al though the type is small, the impression is clear, and unobjectionable, perhaps, to young eyes, and unimpaired vision. Sold by Mssrs. Lxg- IIAM & BliAGO. Gek. ' Sherwood, Fey of the . young ,ruen : of the . State have taken proud a stand as the. subject of .this, paragraph. His war record is such an one as few have the good fortune to gaiu- Besides the gallantry of his bearing as a soldier, he seems to have been the child of fortune, or the favorite of a protecting providence, for, inthe 44battljs in which.hc look part many of them sharp and bloody, he leceived not.a maiL His labors in the campaign, since it opened in July,' to its consummarion' and close, his .telling eloquence- has rlKja- heard ; in ewry part of Hie State, and those"' efforts have vonmaiiy vpter fbr ( the.partv-; ju weli as tnany friends for himself Being in early man hood, his career but just opening before him, tcarcely yet conscious of the powers within him, flisri lsTeSire:liii-a future' rfT use fulness and distinction. . . . s ' .i, ,n v.i I : The.Codrt. op Common Pleas is nowin 8essraB,"with a pretty full attendance of wit nesses on two trials tliat are to be pretty . fully contested.' The court, to "accommodate the press of business has put on an extra train, and Judg"e Chaffee is trying a case of certain par ties against the borough : of Geneva, on the question of widening the streets, in Woodbury & Kuggle's laofnce. . Judge Fries, of Colum biana, presides in the court room, and in hear ing tire case of Bearty add Bacon, from "Wil liamnfield, in which a "cloud of witnesses" i3 in attendance to settle questions of veracity and character. No decisions reached vet The itiuuu jury is seci p-irtinent without Grand Jury is seeing to niattirs. of their 'do- any report as yet entinel. A Sad and; Sickesixg Casuaxtt overtook a young lad, some 8 or 10 years old. livin"- with, and nephew to Capt Jons Massing, of tuo station, on Sdnday'lornin last.:""Accord-' ing to thejrtoryift:thc.4Kyg -who 'with him,the idy wroiases. of ..the 'aoeident,) 1ft a(tcmptlhg Hb gef upon or off in Eastern bound' freight train, he lost his balamJo.ard-'ftn under the wheels. .. BotKlegs wtte run over, crueh ing them, one-lhroirgh the ankle, and tho other a little above, and cutting the flesh - from near tle knee, He was otherwise hurt about the back and head. One of his feet was amputat ed immediately, and the other on Thurs day. Though alive :'at last ' accounts, well-grounded apprehensions were entertained that he could not survive. , This U the occa sional consequence of the folly so frequently indulged in, and to be 8eeiv almost every; day Ht almost 'every station along the railroad lines, and as nothing but some sad experiences of lJiis kind can remedy the evil, it will probably continue. Perhaps if some emyloycc at each station cpuld.be authorized to switch these youngsters away from moving trains, without awakening the wrath of some foolish parents, tiie thing might, in a measure, at last be remedied. ; Lt. E- B. Hubbard, Just from Southern Arizonia, is on a visit among his friends in this place, prompted, no doubt, by a filial re gard for an infirm and declining parent New asd Seasonable Millinery. Mrs. Streeter has laid in her supplies for the winter trade, and will be happy to see her friends and the public, and show them her stock. Best Book rou Everybody. The new il lustrated edition of Webster's-Dictionary, con taining three. thousand engravings, is the best book for everybody that the press has produced in the present century, and should be regarded as indispensable - to the well-regulated nome, reAdJng-rooni, library, and place of business. Golden Era. - - . 'Prestidigitateur. Mrs. Ella andsl is drawing full houses at Smith's Hall, and holds' her levees fltis-f Friday and to-morrow Sat urdav evenings. .. . - t j TnE trial' DtcKtNoON,'' the naturaliza tionist, has been hgain postponed to the 21st inst Cokely, tiie important witness "against him, was just getting upon the cars to attend the.cxaminatiori on Monday, as he. was waited upon by a messenger, with a subpoena from Jefferson, intended to bring him before the Grad Jury then sitting. . The service was not made; anil the Grand Jury; which had but a small amount of business before it; adjourned, without further action in the premises. Pcmps axi Vanities. The mayor of a country town question inj tps boys at a ragged school, asked tliem what were the pomps a vanities of this wicked world? lie asked them one by one, lint tlicy could not tell Iiim. ' At last a little boy near the bottom said, "I know, sir. The mayor and corporation going to church, sir." .." Bisliop Simpson, it seems, is to be the German IJisliop of tlitj M. E. Churoh. ITe lias become so iroficit'rit in his read ing and speaking Gorman :ih to be able to read the Sfripttire lessons and liymns in ' that- laiigunge. At the late North west German Conference, Gtlena, III., he conducted the business in the Ger man. : ' . An old, unloved deacon, in his last hours, was visited by a neighbor, who ' t"tt7t,n-4''aPOn- i'P3 1 y" ''ted resign ed in gUng?" V-Z.i: , Yje-'lf airf thoIeaooii,' f1 1 I tliink I 1 ai -rt'SisirSd.. .'Z' r,';'Tr"" ' .7 ' Welt," said the olherJ'Ijhorrgh't pt inlght be consoling to yon to know, that all tho aielghbors are resigned also;" ' . . . . . - . The Boston Traveler, says : ."Ve. :iv,vit Grecian-Bender making her .loilseme way across the common the other day whose appearance sug gested the condition ol a poor soldior, whose knapsack had slipped down to the small of his back, and who not be ing allowed to h;tlt and adjust thu bur den, was trying to carry it along until a bait was made." Plattonce, when visiting a peiidl institu tion, inspected the treadmill withthe rest, and, being practically disposed, the learn ed Judge trusted himself On the tread mill,' desiring the warden to set it in mo tion. Tlie.mr.chine was accordingly ad justed, and his lordship began to lift his feet- In a few minutes, however, he had had enough of it, and called to be releas ed ; but this was not so easy. "Please, my lord," paid the man, "yon can't get oft". It's set for twenty minutes; that's the shortest time we can make it go." So the judge Avas-in - durance until his term had expired. Admiral Farragut is having - an espe cially good time-among tins potentates of the old World. In tact his whole cruise sccrjis to be little else than a prolonged jollification. This is said -of him by au Ostend oorrwpoudeiit of the Paris' (Tni verse Illustree : . -. "It did tne good to notice how pleas antly the: gallant American Admiral (Farragut) smiled at the good-looking Queeu of the Belgians when he escorted her all over his 'magnificent ship. - The Queen ou her part, was all smiks and grui'ionsness, aud it was evident that she' enjoyed the "rough but chivalrous politeness of the old sailor ten times as mucJi as . tho , honeyed phrases of the courliui's who .h:rd -accompanied her on board I he American ship ; .and rwheh shot finally 'left the ship she1 shook hands with f ho. Admiral So cordially'! that it was evident that the American hero will long preserve fc.;w'afiu place in iier 3Iaj estr's heart.-" :: :; ' DIED. AnUonncments fredvCommondatorT Notice, half rate In Kin'-f xille, Nov. Stli, of typhoid fi;vcr, Xaucy, wife of llauial Bly, avd 77 j-eara. , MARRIED. lii Hartsgrove, on the lt day of Nov., JSliS, ly J. Y. McKimicy. Eq., Mr. W'x. lacK, and Mrs'. Dolxv A. tiuovEB. 'ljoih.oJ' J'ruabull. - - In .TcriTf in, Kor. JQtlu by Edward ft Blf. Esq., Mr. IlKMiy Vaiiu, aud .Mifs Makv Loue, both of Aabikula. At Weft SprnaHeltl,:flet.8i,' by tier. C. L. ;B.irnhsrt, Wm, A. WuiTi. auUiLutv CU'wok, bolfl of AtiiU. Mr. Hannah SawlunVoc, ilorrinucl;; N. II., rritr Oct. &iih to H. P. Hall & Co., Xashaa, Nj JI. : M cliecr. flilly certify to the wonderful restorative ropi-tics of your Vi'eTjibla Sicilian Hair ltenjinvri bavin j t-xfofi; euccd Sta effects on my own head. When I commenced usiu it nijr-boadhvas-Bcarlj.baluV only having a littla hair on tho eidc aud back of bead. I have worn falsa hair fifteen yen wand 'npwardV I bave now laid it by. I commenced ufing it iu Hay. and now Ely hair is from two to four inches long aud thick, where t'.iere was none when I commenced ning Hall's . Hair lienewcr. My hair is gov growing very fast and docs not fall oil, I recommend this to all those whose buir is turned gray or thin, and especially to those that are bald." . . : - "1 am acquainted with Mrs. llnnnab Sanderson and can certify to the trutlifulaoss of this statement. WH. T. I'AEKIB,' ' !)S5-it Justice of Ibe Teacc. How to 'IarnovE iirs Sa-kitaet Coki;ition. A great cause of disease is improperfood and hurried cathi. In order to flilly understand how to cat and how to conduct ourselves after eating', it is necessary that we should be acquainted hi sumo measure, with the process of nutri tion. 31 any persons tumble their food precipitately in to their months and swallow it without mastication cantrtiry to express laws of nature. ' Food should nuder ,go thorough niasti'carion and salivation before.it enters tiie duqdcaumitnd.borxime mised with the bile and pah caeatic juiees. Tbis bile la there secreted by the- liver:1 The chyme having andcrgono the changes adverted to is urged, by the peristaltic motion of the .intestines, on ward through the alimentary canal. If the peristaltic mo tion be diminished,osnig to the dc&cieacf of the bile tbe progress ol digestion is retarded and the bowels be come constipated and dvspepsia often follows. In men cases a thorough and active cathartic should be nsed to produce a specific action, arounsinB the secretions and proeadne free billons evacuations. The best artilefor this purpose is Dr. Koback'. Blood Pill., the use of which should be (hollowed bs Roback's Stomcch Bitters, to give tone to the stomach aud aid digestion - Ta-KinK of Bavaria, kindly permitted Doctor J C Aycr to have a copy taken of touch's celebrated collos eal statnc of Victory, which belongs to the Bavarian crown and stands at the entrance or tiie Koyai Palace at Munich. The Hector had it east in bronze, and haa presented it to the city of Lowell, herc it stands in tho Park and symbolizes the triumphs of both frccdum and medicine. Her manufactures are the pride of Lowell, and foremost among them Ayer's medicines make her name gratefully remembered by the unnumbered multi tude who arc cured by them of aPiictod and often dan gerous diseases. Mceitn Jouir.q. Oie "BarrcttVHair Restorative and Dressing,"" ren tering the use of Bears' Oil (lard) and Pomatums- (iard) entirely unnecessary. ,. . " V Jts good ell'ecta arc pcrmanent.In this it differs from all hair dyes., - By tta u luxunent growth is gaaran teed, natural color and gloss are restored. " One trial will cause you to say this of Mr. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Restorer, or Dresaing,' (In' ono; bottlo.) Every Druggist sells it. . Price $1. - 9S5-3t GT YOTTB JIOUDAT PHOTOGRAPHS AT A. ALBEKT's Old pictures copied,' enlarged and restore 1. 100 differ ent kind of frames, all sizes and styles aw New York prices; chronro lithographs equal to oit painting; stereo scopes, albums in endless variety for the holidays at ...... . A. ALBERT'S AUCTION S.I.E.aThe stock of dry goods now being sold in 'the.Ufin StgrcJ' two. doors SonUi 'of the Bimb, is attracting a gend deal of interest., -. TJ8: fact of tbe "obda beihg flrst class, is a newreatbra In the ohc- tion bnainess.' The proprietors say.thff .wlIJ,.VcU A saving to pnrchassnvof so per ecnti .-; , i ,.y , n ATTENTION ?")s,!,iGEIlSi The ,Asbtabnla Cotiuty llusical Association ,'wilf niect'atCencya'on Tnenlay,' Dececib-r IstcflSW, nuder he- ditection.tof ProtC- to Bently'.-assisted bjr PWr Coinrort Fillmore ntptliePano, Alt rrsons having books ot sheet iartsic in their yassessiai. belouging to theiAssoeiatlonarc ru questefl to have them thejrc early on the first day. ''? Bjor.ore'rrisraeut;, ;'.' S JinKEK. &s'y. ' A 'Faie 0rrKU.-rDr- Sago t Co of fiufialo, K, Y are tba pmprtetoni f- . -?e r-ararrtf Kmieify, which th WHant' WcarV.Cf ftrrtfcljD A forfhs tnd stages. And, further they,"'1 W-Sw. CAa rof thai'dnead ful disease that-,,: they u cannot -nro. Ask yoiu:nrtgir jforJJjCi ?-u' fitarrtl. Eemedy. aod take no otti'or. ifhe t'oesnot keep it encloso fifty ceiits rod a threfcceltitarap W Hwproprietorsrand the- Iteiaedy will rmch'ybi by 'retnni hiall';". 5 ftESflJuV & :KlNy,; It is an old fViying that ft is the cheapest always to buy Ihe b'st.'' Tliis Is niore important with medical prepara tions tlamanythhiif elB,'and rf liuK? alwayi be re membered ' by the Invalid that ' the Constitution BiHU.-r ar Ihr superior to the ordinary piejnration sold as such. The Justly celebrated Constitution Bitters are uneqnnllva as a tonic, ai'd.will produce more happy re sults than any other Bitter. Take none but Seward Jb Bent ley's. ; '"! ".,''' ' " '. .". "'. ' '' J37- reliable medic: ac for throat discascSjSewanfs Cough Cure. n- r- --; ' '" '!'. It is strange to see with what carok-ssncta some in valids attend to their health. They wiD procure a box of Plantation Bitters,' which ortgHt to be used dp fri a month or six wks, and 'upon inqnlnrit is kmnd that they have nsed only two or throe bottle. Somo days they have used it according to the directions.ar.d others have not touched itl'.Tbc whole trial has been Irregular, and of course a less favorable result has come from their use. II U be true that ''what i worth doing at all ' is worth doing well, " how" emphatically is It true iu regard to health. Afewboitlesof Plant ation Bitteri-hnve.ortmi wrought woudors, while in oth er instvicH ,jis$ao lias onlyjicen subdjied after weeks of resistance. . '- ; WAOXiAJvTV.Ttw.' perior 'to 'tiie best imported German Cologne, aud sold at half the price. ly!179 ' NEW FALL GOOBti t Eft' FALL TJ0ODS of desirable stjkan patterns in the line of Fancy Goods can be fcamd at ' , J. 3IANSFIELD 3. Fleeced Cottou Hos Tor Ladies, Trom It to $1, at '- '., , . ' MAXSFIELD.'S. A fnll assortment of Misses' and Children's Winter Hose, Cloves and ALitlcus, very desirable', at Mansfield a. iN'uliias and IIimh's for Lathes, Misses and Children, of the newest pattern, Jttst received at " ' Mahsfieiji's, Breukfast Shawls,: a- mil assortment for Ladiea and Misses, at . ,: Makspiei.p's. Dress and Cloak Trimmings, Ladies and Gent's Fur Trimmed Gloves, Kid Gloves and lined Vslc Glove 1 for winter, at. .. , r ' :,' Maxsfield's. ; A large assortment of Lace and Musliu Edgings and Inserting. at- ; ., . , -. " - M.spield's. Iuftant's' Waists, choice Silk Warp "and Shaker Flan nels, Xainsooka and Diaper Luieus, always on hand, at ' Makspiei-u's, Iri, h Linen, Doilies, Napkins, Toweling and Table Linen cheap, at : : - Massfielu's, A large assortment of Gent's Scarfs of very desirable styles ; also Comforter's for Boys, Chiklrcns and Misses Fjaunels, and Boy's Wrappcra aud Drawers, can be found at J. Mansfiet.d. The celebrated Star Corset and the French plain and embroidered Corsets always ou hand, together with all goods usually kept in a fancy store. J. Mansfield. . "The dearest thing you ever knew wilbin a human door" is Barrett's Vegetable Hair Itcs.nrative." Mus. Gilbert's Pkaiil Toilet, is tho most cxtraordi dinary and delightful toilet article "ever discovered. . It change the sunburnt face aud hands to a pearl like, sat iu'textiire, and ravishing beanty.leaving the complexion fresh, tnmsparei.t and smooth. It removes pimples, tetter, tan and ronghiiess. It is what cvory lady should have, anil none will dispense with when once nsed. For sale ct the store uf Mrs. Mcrrium, aud also at the store of Mrs. Streeter. -ititS-2 IbiBE, Ac All who 'are in want of Buffalo Kobes, Buffalo Calf ttobes. Wolf Kobes, Fancy Lap Blankets. Horse Blankets, Army Blankets, Kobe Lining and Bor dering, Carriage aud Harness Trimmings, Trunks, liar, ness, Saddles, Whips, &c, s'uonld not fail to call at J. A. IlEnvirr & Bno.'s Store, when you go to Jefferson, and get what yon want you can save money by so doing. Try them and see you will find them ready to make a fa ir exchange of their goods for greenbacks. ftSS-2t Gueat sale TF Clothin, Ladies Ftrrfs', &C TlKIlCE & Hall inform ns that they are gofng to-Hose out their entire stock of Clothing, Cloths, Hats and Caps, Fur nishing Good, ic. 4c, between this ad' the 'ist "of Febniary, wa. That they havo leased a store at Miu- nuipolis, Minn., where they intend to start anew.inVue same hnsincss; Theyiare offering full winter suits at $U,,o, all wool suits at $13, the best silk mixed suits at ? 19, arid a host of other varieties at a lower figure tlian ever before sold iu this county. They have also purchased about $3,000. worth cf La-. dies aud Gents Furs. Buffalo Holies, .Sic. to be sold at' cost prices.- They also offer for sale, a three years :ease of Ihe store they now occupy, 1 Lillie Safe, 2j1iuwcuscs, 1 Large Mirror, ami all the other fixtures, pertaining to this line of trade, together with th gixid will of their customers. Fnll particulars will be given in next weeks paper, but they open their sale to-day. at cost prices. SECOND HAND.Fl'UXITL KE arid Houskoepiiig arti cles can be found by those needing anything in that line cheap, by inquiring at the store of - - --'--"--- - - jVMANsnsiD. Pt'RiFT tus BixNin. I t is conceded liy the mo.st.imi nent medical men, that'thc bU)6d is Oie fruitful parcnlof disease, by scrvuig us a vehicle thiough which roxlotrs substancos contaminate the flesh by absorption. ' The frtid contents of the bownis, if long retained by constipation, arc often taken p by the veins or absorbents.- Varions morbid products, pus and saiens of un healthy ulcers, occasionally find their way into the blood vessels, which resulted in seated cases of Scrofula or King's Evil, Erysipelas. Salt Eheum, Ulcers. Kniptive aud Cntancons Diseases of the Skio, Enlargement of the Giands,.Pauis in the Head, Sides and Back. St. Vitus Dance, Pleurisy, Dizziness, Tumors, Griping and Cholic Pains, 4c, ail of. which diseases readily yield to tho powerful influence ot Dr. Jloback't Mood I'arijter. which searches out all tho Vila humors and distempers, leaving the blood in a aire and healthy condition. The many valuablo ingredients of which the BUnd Purifitr Xt composed being adapted to each other strictly according td the jaws of chemical science, nukes it one of the most valuable, alteratica and rystem rtnorafort of the present age, and its success as a great mededHt must increase so long as disease continue to vex tbe soul of man. ' 4 ; ' ! ;,Aycnt$ IVaiUed EMCiWfiiniea. of Vlie.''Ag8, - ; . ... 1. im .-i'iim, -, 31 UlUSEUSy, HIGGINSOX. HOPPIN, ApDyll, WIN TER, 'TltTOS, "Mrs:' II. '', TSTOttiAjjy FEH, GSACB GEKE.NWObbv Etciv, ." : An elegant octavo volume of pages, illnstratcd with . ,. . , .: .1 1 FOCKTEEX SrjPERIOB STEEL EXGRAVIXOS. . This volumecaniurisea.41 carefully prepared skotc-hes, written expressly tbis book, among trhnm are Mab- OARET.FULLKU, 1.YU1A MaIUA IIILD, JETSNT LlNO, i'LOKENCK NlCiHTlHOALE, 'l'HB CaKT SlsTIBS, UA1L Hamilton, 1-;i.izaiiith Kabbett Bkounuks, Aka DlCKIKSUN, HlsTOIII, ltOSA BoNIIKl'll. Mm H. : B. Stowe, Camilla I'kso, and Hafriet G. Hosmeh. The New Vork Tribune speaking of the Publishers, ""SothoTO'nglilrJiavo thcyonollieir work that their volume, in paper, trpc, binding, engravings, above all in the excellence ot jtsffllject matter. ?oe far to re move the reproach ooftrn urged against subscrlpllou books only made flfsell." . Agents are meeting with nnparallclcd success in cll "ing this book. .w One agent in New York sold 135 In one w"'11- One agent in New Hampshire sold IS In nycnonre. One agent in Massachusetts sold t in 17 calls. For descriptive circulars and sample engraving, Address S. M. BETTS & CO., 9S? Hartford, Conn. KINGSVILLE ACADEMY. T ' - , , HE WINTER TERM of this Institution will commence on Tuesday, November 4th, ltttW, and continue fifteen weeks. In addition to brancbes asnally taa?ht In schools of this grade Daily lmm iu Kocui Mum will be given 'r of charge. Alsoacourseofh'CtnnMoni'yWrtif Geography, and lessons in Umotrt Gtorjraplui will be given daily free of charge. Phonography, Or a System of short-hand writing for reporting speeches or for rapid w riting of any kind, $5,110. Inttructioto In Vjmnatict free. Our Teachers of Draining. Painting aud Music are among the best in Northern Ohio. No student will be compelled to take part In Histori cal exercises, though means will be found by wliieh we trust all will dexirt to take part in them. A eitutlriits Sociable will be held on alternate Friday cveniiisrsof the session. 1 '.": ; , There arc two LI" erary Societies connected with the School. Also a rod Library and Philosophical Appa ratus codrseot Lectures by eminineut men, lium abroad will be given during the Term. Tuition per term of twelve weeks. Common English, 5,00. Higher English, $0,00. Languages. $T,IX). French, German, and Book Keeping each. $2,00 extra. Inci dentals 25 cents. Oil Painting $12.1) extra. Instru mental Mnsic. $10.00 extra, Cse ot Instrument $3.n0 extra. Penmanship. -lessons,-$8.'m extra. Drawing and Crayoning each, 3,00 extra. Beginners iu Drawt ing; first twentv lessons free u,:-: : Board or Knoms for sett'-lwartflns or otherwisu tnrr nishod or nnniniisbe;l at. reasonable rates. j Arrangements have been marie by -which all whA de. sire may hoard in clubs furnishing their own provisions thereby making it nearly as cheap as sslf-boantingaut nearly as pleaoant as Boarding. "' J: B. COKi, ! Priniipnli ; i Kiogsville; Ashtabnla Co.0; ' , :"." ; ;J-3fc ' G o otl .Pcopl c OF ASHTABULA COCXTY ! ! TUHX ASIDE Fnim the cxeitement of this Political Campaign, and find rest iu exaniiuiug tiie NEW A COMPLETE STOCK OF CUTUL', : At the CLOTHING IIOl'SE of BKUCE, AjIIDOX & WAITE! 1 ---if-:--'-' ; .t j . . . . -. -. This Stock is selected with cspeCTalrefcTcncc to the .-' Fall and lYinter. Sty'es of. 1SG7. Wawlili.n evervthiiig In the line nfClotMngt IJati Cis,i-Oi:HtJ' Fumishiun goods-s cheap as the clirap- esu ... - .2 - - - - j, - , '. IsuUCE, AllIDUJN & WAITE. :. t . V. f ALL AND WINTER v " ; -,,A : .-1-. ' - . .- .r. ylerVfy Carlisle KE dow opciitiig one of Ihe moist couiplete stock of 1)11 GOODS, , Ever shown in this County, consisting of . BLACK ALPACAS, ' TOPLIXS, MSI1IN09, 1 F2EXCU POPLIXS,, flMPHESS CLOTHS,'. ' " - - '-' '- ;''; . SCOTCH PLAIDS, BELGIAN HEPS, DE LALNES, WOOL DE LAINES, PRINTS. BOl'LEVAHO SEIHTS, . 11ALMORAL SKIUTS, V'sHAWti,, i i nt BKOWN it BLEACHED '4 .. - .: ti --;;.- ' . , .;- ; !,-: .rtl is.' J l BLEACHED . CANTON, FLAX; i , i i ( i ' ' - ' i ' NELS, FLANNELS, ! PLAIN AND ' ' TLA1D OPEKA FLANNELS, BLACK BEAVElt FOR CLOAKS. LADIES CLOTHS, WATERPROOF CLOTHS, FILLED CLOTHS,- CASSIMERES, LINEN TABLE DAMASK, DENI.HS. t i .: ." v i t l i'A TIKCS WOOL BINKETS. LADIES Si MISSES' HOODS, DRAWERS & WRArBERS, MARSAILLE3 k UOXEY COMBQIILTS, TRIUMINOS, . GLOVES, HOSIERY, AND TANKEE NOTIONS. . AsUtubula, Oct. 14, 1808. ' ' . -. . -, ' . I , MRS. WEBSTEK &. CO. .-:.:i!-lt. -i - -v.. - II AVE' JuU receivod a full stock oT '.f 1 Millinerif Goods. -j-4 'I I- comprlsi.tr alt the tAVKHT ST V 1.ES. and are pre-' Dared to do work on the shortest notice. Please give us aeall before porehasingolsewhere. ' ; . , , iv m-!tl also visit Kingsvillc Oct. SO. aad fvcry two weeks thereafter remirining ono day only, all those wisn- ing anything in ine Jinijuery nue wiu do well lo giya us a call. ,;:;!- , . t ' P. S. Wc also have tbe Aenev forTlntin & jCo. Dt.A lug.Estahlishinent. Mils. Vb'KUSTElE A; VO, Asdtanuta, Oct. 15, nwtt, . - isj 'IHE-BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMIN ERS for Ashtabula County, wiil bold examinations aa ollows, to wit : , t , , . AtOrwrtl, Saturday, Oct: S4. . At Austlnhoiv, Monday. Nor. 4. , At Jefferson, Saturday, Iec. 5. f At Jeffersou, MoBday, January IS, l- I ' A fee of finy ccnU is required by law as a condition of examination. . , Certificates will in no case h.- granted, except .m ap plication at the advertised public meetings of the hjianl. v E. O. WADE, Clerk of Board. Jefferson, Octobers, IS08. tft FEATHilE DEESSING lilt. bul)3cnlicr wouij fespOctfnlly rnn the peopiq pf AshL-tbula and vicinity ,'thai hv recently oauaicnoud tho fcusinesa-of 1 : U .1 . in ; i Dre ss!ng & Ileaorat'g" Fcartsc rsl Tiie pmree i a new one, patented in Jitne.. l iT; The feathers are first cleansed. by sieaai and then tliurm.'hlr drird by fhesaiue agent. Consequently no nr emet-s near the feathers dunlin any iart of tbe proce..- Tbi'-n is of course no possihjiity pf worcbinaor iitlH-rwir-i- iii. juring Ilium. This pi-ores destroys ml nioths, removtV all gummy or gititiuoos malt or from the quid, frees thcia from iill (ysaifteeable scei:l, juereases the biHk'Hv-iii jhi'.v third toons-lialf. aild giVes them rlK-'apiM-araiievoC i w feathers. Here then. iaH o)Krl unity. -6ir huii".'f,M.p ers to lukvc their l,-'luT buds anil their piitows- n n;f . ' "'l m'lek-ol asxeiri. A lied talatii LnihKinnrti i ill be BMuuud, Uioj-ame evening ins fcctlyrr-ali rei:ly lor ustf,.. e ,7, -.1 . tailed llair M:,ttr,Mt11tJrtc(j io- the rnnrr manti. are,irihy htneHUali.-;.. T. II t TSO.. ' ' IVhnr nr.. II,,. ...m- - 1 : V --'. k who testify'ln its ,aVT,"r .7, "C. Vmm: Having recently had boisdressedjiv thu " I iM-ttt -tl f i ( . .1 A Steam JIch orator. 1.. f ,,.!.', ...II .,1 ,...-...... '-I t we ire saiinen trial tt is a 'n-neli'-iM p-o,-o Vl,-a!' me rein.girwtBtuawrtid;-,tu-aliB:bt:iiiil ii clean and healthy. veh 1 ding-, Jaiucs lieel". Ashfliula. All are respectfully, iuisl loi:, ivl operations and ;uL,l., lor ' ll o'ulity fights for sale. ' '" lit1 '"'," .'-'lr'f LiaiiJUsuotliT'lti Uii.;urs-lres.'' Sijll-. uu T. HlA-iON, MitKllo litim,b-fRlirtTJKKA;Jht!Vl4!-i. r .' . ..... . .., . i, jiti-a.. :i ; :nj im And airdlsraf of thV No!, (trijl'iiV et'jt'i-y' ificatJ br the skill. Old 4"rW!I'uUryraiiti.rickrs.ati:Tt (rwtut what ever cause. 4o- hi vtrneiitly r:irid by (be- te-t d Dr. Itoback's BTooiTii.-ll'.erand Blood Tin's'. ' ' "'' '" i . II Y 17 hio-t sure-.-s-ful CoMiinur, ial S. ho,I iu tin- I nioii Si-hc,!-l athip !.ivi,l in 4n Colli--s. Tbe l.inr.-.sl ami !! rt . I mens of Pennmnshrn m Amnrlni at llrVs ' 'fiHmtl Four hitiiilreil piinls in nllenibuce last winter. Per sons desiring to quality themselves thomilglily for hui ness. or fi:r ti-arliSngivtll find it t, their' ititereiitrlf at tend Ibis College. For particulars Mri'--s 1b, Sinf-U' J. C. BUY ANT, lluffai.W". Y. ' ' , , . , , ' la '-J a , H l -t' , TIIE .SCIENCE 07 HEALTH. Every 81 an his cwa FJiysiciai!. 1 ItOt'LG TTil W PlttS: ' HOLLO WA Y'S OIXT31E57. : J 11 a 'iH-r'V;i,W' lHCfcs'?:t s-S- Sisordcr of-tUe tStsaeb o-nd piyc?s. T HE STOMACH is lite srivct cxa'JK wH-li iliilit'-uces llie bealtii or clisi'as of. tiie iMsUai iMsi! or dehilitat,-;! by excess-uniigcstioiv ollcsii.l)-alh, and physical prostnition are the naiurtil. .ci.oquiti(;f-. Allied to the brain, it is tliv,o"ti.jrf !(!'d'u,. .upiit tal depression, uen-otis t-on,.laiuts, ,.iud. unreti-,jrtl,iiu sleep. The Li v.-r becomes aiU-teaaiid general" Iki) it Ais (lisftrtlers. tlilis.iu the sie. etc. T,l tkvcissuijMtilic bv Cosfivi,ness, Diarrluei, nna iiyifeniry. .Ttupciiicip il actiou of these Fills is ou the alomatrfi," aud, Um c'r, lungs. Imwels, aui kidneys uaiUM:iate'iji (UcU rucuiHjr al.ve and rt-geuentttve operation. ; i-..- -.- 1 " ' EryliSifp'as aii3 Salt Kicaui' ' . ArM wa of the most 'common and virtib ot dlsonlers pre valent ou tbis continent f lo these the Ointment is e Hjeinllv aiHagomsiie. IN 'moons ox-rani'i" is first to crauictite tlio vuom ami tlwu ccinplrte Hie onre. L ' 'I !''i" Cad Icg, OIJ. .ort and Vlcerfu- Cases of many years' stadiug,'tliatlutV6 pertinacious ly rel'useii to yield to any other remedy or treatment, lir.ve invariably succuu-bed lo a few applications of this powerful aiigucut. .-. '.'., 'V ' O ii. ICrnptious ou tiie Sklu Arising from ji bad stftoof tho liliKxiorcIiriHilc diseases. an1 eradicated and 'a clear aud" transparent surface re gaiiufl by the restijiutive at i ion. f ibw-viiiinneul. It siirp:usrs inaiiyoftlie cpsmetics.aiHl othed loilet appli ances in its power to dispel rushes and other ilistigure uieuts of the tace,-, ,4 , , ,,1. r poiuaio Coi;i;Iii!ii!. 1 1 M'hetlMT'in.the j?otui9 or ld,niiirrii-il oniinrlr. af t',? dawn of WouiauuiHju, uc the. iuin of lifu, tlncse lutie meiliciiies display so decidvd au iuUueueu that qiackod improveineut is soon perceptible in ilie.hejilih of-'ue pa lient. iieinga purely vegetable preparation, they are safe and reliable remedy fur all cUsw-si of i'tauale iu every coodiiiouj of health aud station of life. ....... Pile aud FistulA':-'"' ' " Everv form and feature of these prevalent stubborn disorders is eradicated locally and ml i rely by the use ul his eiinJiiitr wuria rt)iniiuaiicn'stnild, pTtfiile ils iip;ilieaii,ii." ?tlieling (jtialiliea S!ll be romu lo be U oioui'li and invarintiie. Jlvth the Oiitt.Mid aud PHI thnvld 1 lie tp-tf Ihe'Mf-w- Buufou. linnis. cliaived liainls, chilblains, fistula, rout, lnuitwgo, merrtiial cmptious, piles, rhi uinati-iiL riugworm, salt rheum, senilis, skin diseases, sivelfi-l grinds, re lsoirtrp'V'r' '' u''wntl''' on of i'l klial-. spraineUil'iioiiu, tuuer, ukum v neriliSoii, ;ouiiu u ikiiide . ,:j ,t i.. r -?-- . ' ',..'.,. .-, ,,:i-i.Kit.: -:'ail i-a CAUTIOS !"tNo'ib aru- areonme anliKWthwiwwaK'1 'UoUJiWAT'sNaw. Yiiit xxLstm,'t ro dseomtbe' as a w,A-rH hajik in t-uisrs Irat i-ihi Uok-l'dirri',as aroaud each pot or box -3 ta siune may be e-l rrtswly hy, uoLiiiNo.TUK LBAPivwvTBa jiiwor.i.-'k-haiidsmw re tt'anl will be given, K'OusoiMj'eleriDiri-siichi.inftrmai tioa rantay. h-ad lutllu aVit-rion of an parttiorTatit counterfeiting iue-airiuciu r'Tadiiigthrsatiin, know-1 i,r iJ-ioii to Iks sDtil-iuvsv e-: . -I-i- ,-. -v t Solilatthe taaiiu&etoryoJ'J'riifnlwir -ilni.r.owM-1.' Ml Muldea Liiuiti N. York, and srail aesiiectiblo. Drug-' gists aud Deiik-M in Medicine, thioogbout lie uvilivi) wort " " ' ' ' 1 ' "; '. ,; ., l-Tbi-te is coirf ideTShJe saving by tjtl.-ing the Jirjj;r si.:ps- - - - - - - - . , N. n Drn-cfloni ht'gntibtMfof jiaHentsin fvery ih pot aiidbox. '- Kit ly ' disorder are lixed td each pot i' MAERIED . - Ladiw. wT. litTi ierdiiii rft ficl? a J mu4i rrotio d wiili Costivouess oM'oustiwtlion, cau. (ijtl jrtainj A ffef lii R.ifiaek'3 iil'oo.i ", which 'cau be '.l.ikiui..i!yir- iug t!!l Mages uf pr.eguaney wui -penocv awuy1 ,uf br iviffo, Whoiesliand ertaH AyiiWi 'A-htsl!:!. . . -. .-' v WAITED. y ' - .1 .' tt-!l,j ' illl ueJ-sons fionlilwl with Cfst'n-enesrritioiislilti of the Bowels to buy R..lck's MM Pill' fthi-y con- l tiln uo iueramaa; pux-l.ieitnab!o and work "tea nierctrjaxtf pitft4ji.eiai'io an " ; wurlie Mkea.wjtil satU by persons of all agei ail eoDditfonator Bfe, .- " J .--"'- i,9' I'-H'.vi'-'i-'-A ' cnanii ; and in - . ' 1 ', " - 1 - - ' i ' v 'A DYSPEPI A jTboflsiinds of the worst slitl'erers from this terrible feawing djse;isv RuTe oV-iiiuWi iyitliWc oflioltick's Stiimaeh Hitlers, as the testimonials now in o,ir haai' fully prove, IIln dky & KjO, Wkolesiils AjeiUs, -As tabuui, Ohio.,-. xite'w ,A :-. - ,l,i; ,:! iom'h .11 .l-;.!t: tritj it-" i . ,..; !! Ii .t-.- l'-ei :..n-cniv 1 hi, .., ,t-i- j so ;:. .ii ;i -,a-il n-" y. i I !"'i (h -i i:i .i-e- to nyiniii- i,u-n -,'i,' , - pots atfeiijia:to- X',,Tiablisbnir,-,vith,lhik; ,,; . i v-' ' '""I . '.--e ... . J.i " . ... J -d ; 1 1 1 n -nsc, T ' aud secured the sen-ices of some of 1 the Very and provided himseia wha larM .eocjf of.fuju.rtifjl fTUohnlillily' Sea. nsnucit ritie Mini other LuiuIuti i prepared to for-isk od qOaHtyv'" - 'iil saml nanra. I-1 SukIi aud Doors, , 1 ascan be fotindja'cic'vcLiil oiJel4ewier.','ailit Clcve- ?: Trtmties.y. Silfiurui. 'i;.4.a.u-d. jJT.-Aiivi;-,olii l'arss, U. W, i,-y- J", n.,auil,sjrt., U. i ikrA.-il. A a'HKiArr-. Wm fVrsAr. r.W. jfcOiteTf, A: V"o x t ' s ; ! i i K. IkuCoiuna-UyitniNtuLa WbtiWiif HUrt Sml 'door nlir Is, made to order, on short notice Parlies wanliiiv the abuvc arih-Uw iMll do-trrll tlaallb"4 fore huvfngel"1vhi-re. Pljiiiatgsuiutt aiitt IMboraw- in.r itonr nnier. A III. I arisurtuunt Mlm-uw ml,. ..,... ... I, i'A.l' -.-.n-.'. .1 w . . vi-ruioiiioni- on i,.niv.,,vi-i 4W4 mop WtflrtTiWa umrcojn pjlH. .w.llll i-ii;-.-, . .;. .1,, -.- 1! v ' Asntamtia, ren. n,. iji , CJCLLBT i -: - : ; 7T- 1 i ' I For Kent A coiumiMlumsnltn of Rims with all eoiiveuieiiees, ami fuipily. very ninifortublu for a small Apply to C. U. CALKINS. 1 HE HIGHEST MARKET PfiU n t-r,vi ftw Cjictauu, at ;iiiii's w t I ) Lit SICK HEADACHE Arises froia disordciixi state or the stomach and bow. els', and a fcflioirs derangement of tha Uw.- and can Ira liermunently cared by the nsa of Roback's Blood Purif -r and Ulood Pills. Fall directions accoia,OTj each fcott:. lyrd box, ' , .- r i f - - -, .- -' . T ' ijVfa rm(5W Hparscnei Crour, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Incipient, , . Co.rtLip.AonJ ,,an 11 J)iseases of . the jr.TcvjapOtAunir.u J?,OA.'li.onsslect. s severe Cough, or tnrow away money on a wonWesjjmedicine. PRICE Flrj.JTJPENTS PR BOTTLE Pnpand l.V"sKVA Rl.' FENTLKY aBaiwaiiinrgaa, acvis-1 sow by ajl Druggista. f V Ol'LD (till Hie ntlvntmn of tbo Latlii shtaiiitla auli'vtiiBlttiSM.Iaratwkot FAXtX'.ttOOBSy.' vt:1 now orcTitiL- at the sbsVJoTMi-S-Yrilir;, Milliner, mw ...,r north H'i-k House. All i;onds usually kept iu n,y litis .if.Bfidi w'iltleluan lUf K:,jVjy STYLE; Anil w't5Bed :3M lh ie're.w hiir as can lo ;.,.,)., i ri..,...i ,,i -,,1.1 ,,ti, pM.t nnnlilr. Pnrl;:-n Unwiiu. rniq-ii .':-t I'jjro. kli. Asutabula. V a j-K,! . fV.i., -JV,..W .dC:' A tVS i-, : A ". i - is T 3 A V F-- f APERfeCTCURivi di-settses ariin"; liom a disordered stittt of the toj,i;jch.. ti.ver or Jntotincs. Vr.nixd br ' SE WARD, BENTLET nt t CJrSrfr11-ts; BfttralO, N.T.'"'8old - tt ! ,T"I T n -f t it 1 EASE FfrL & BRO. Hl'fE ia'Storc aud 'receiving' daily -ONE OP THE' LARGEST JsiccicoFGoons, EVER BROl'GUT-TO ASHTABULA. .VT'Jirr-'f-t ITREb&'GOOBrV- KOTION9, HANSELS, r W HITE GOODS, .-ft'OiOLENS . UOSIEET, 31 id Sc. Ac : it: .. - i !.lll",i I-"!-! 1-1."' ' ' Etryifr.g-rrMhing-'Jo--- ' J) IirX , GOO J)S, In rcak ibaudanec. f twk lirr?! & sscagr wCnted pricca. Xl'i: ..V Pt IrlfiK ' GIIOCEHLES.' j Vi"e dc.'y comjiotiiioil ia ,M l fSnv.ajtiX .1: ( .M)O.VIi, !' -! si- . v. ; 1 1 - TEAS, -t '- !.( ' JSVRUPS, rr-(- . JV V . ' Exsaimc our Hoot; Hf'j(,l;lMro purchasing , ,-"7 ;,,lii.T,-i-v' i n nJt-it. .V clt-ifWl: ere- - i-.it. ai KVE AE KOT arD Uii VSiaiKSOI.I, f,i,..- w jTjaot'-jfeBROk Restorcsiftj llitJedHair'to ; its .Qnataxa iCeMXv remOe Dandruff, W8te-4!.t OrSEiSrSTfJ TfiE SCitP, Prevents Baldncss, and makes the hair m grbw-iSbft;" Glokry 'and I,axurit. -(1.N ul W fa Bottle. he tU a a Sett rf (a. A CH KNEY, PnifgfeVS Kuffalf? S.T. 6oW I J !t Puiggist!?. . ' lj-970 ,,1 I,. f 'I t mtt t" - jr,- hro, f-'J-V G . "Jl 5 mf T-ar5-f Jl mm? irtsasjot -trre- Stomach,- Loss- of Appetite, Naa4feCn"rnVr Tsuihflice and all t j Ml 1 ClV 1 ' 1 ' ' ''' ' '