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1LA y HEABD OF Hoofland's German Eitter3 9 AID ft . - Hcofiand's German Tonic. Y O tJ A L L .... ? iuh iuu e HOOiXASD'S GEEHAU BITTERS, HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TflfilC, rrepared by Dr. a K- Jackson, riiiladelphla. Their introduction into this country from Germany occurred in ' ' 1825. THEY CURED YOTJtt FATHEBS AND MOTHEES, And win ctrre 70a nnd yonr rhildren. They are preparations now fc n lue country called Bitters or Is t3 ionics. -iy are no tavern prepa ssistssration, or anything like one; but gaud, honest, reliable medicines. Tliey an Ute greatest known remedies for liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, ITervous Debility, JATJHDICS, . Diseases of the Kidneys, ERUPTIOHS OF THE SKIN, and all Diseases arising from a Disor dered. Liver, Stomaeh,r OtPUBITT OF THE BLOOD. t Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Pilea, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of tho Stomach, Nausea, Heart iurn, D is treat for Food. Fulness orWeight in- the Stomach, Boar Eructations, Sink ing: or Flattering at the Sit of the Stomach, Swimming- of the Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, xi"""JV Choking o r Snffooatinfc7 mSernationi when in a Ly-Uk iip e Posture, Uim n e s s of assS"' Vision, Dota or 'Web before the Sight, Bull Fain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, YeUowness of the Skin and Eyes, . Fain in the Side, Back, Cheat, Limbs, eto.. ing in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil and Great Depression of Spirits. Mi Uuse indicate, disease of tAe Liver or UigesUm Organs, camuud miih tsuwr Mood. Hoofland's German Bitters fs entirely getable, and contain no Honor. It iaaromponnil of Fluid Kf tracts. The Roots, Herbs, and Barks from which these extracts are made are cathered "Hiv Cermany. All the mrellfZ Vicinal viriurs are- extracted from tliem br a sele ntliic Os"clieinlst. These extracts are tlie" lorwnrded to tl'is rountry to be used expressly for the manufacture ol these Hitlers. There 1 no alroholie substance m any kind used In rompoindlns the Killers, benre It Is the only Bitters Hint eau be used in cases where alcoholic stimulants are not advisable. Hoofland's German Tonic 6 a crmlnvatum of all (he ingredient of Ute Bitlert, nHJt rnas Sanla Cms Bum, Orange. etc It is used for the same diseases as the Killers, in eases inhere some vure alcoholic shmnlvs is required. Yon mill bear in mind that these remedies art entirely dim-rent front any others advertise for the. core of the diseases named, th'Se beirg scientific preparations of medicinal extracts, eckile the others are mere decoctions of rum in some form. The TONIC t decidedly one. of the. meet plea sani and agreeable, remedies ever offered to Vie fmMie. Its taste is exquisite. It is a pleasure to lake it, while, its Ufe-tprino exhilarating; and medicinal ipvuilics have caused it to be known as the greatest iff all tonics. - DEBUj'TY. There is no medicine canal to JTooJIancTs German Bitters or Tonic in atmnmam cases of Debihty. Then impart a tone 4j SI and rigor to the whole system, streniithen f j at the ajateliU, cause em enjoyment of themsmuem food, enable the sto nm'Ji to digest it,purijy the biood,gie a good, sound, healthy complexion, eradicate the yWfow tinge from the eye, impart a bloom to the cheeks, and change the patient fnm a shoH-hreathed, emadaltd, weak, and nervous invalid, to a full-faced, slout, and vigorous person. Weak and Delicate Children are made strong? by .usins Ibe Bitters or Tonic. In laet, they are Family Medi cines. They can le administered with perfect aal'rty to a child three months eld, the most delicate female, or a man of ninety. , These Eemedits art the best Blood Purifiers ever Trnawn, emd will cure aU diseases resulting from bad blood Keepyourmsamm bland pure; keep your Ziver in order; keep I J your digestive organs in a sound, healthy 11 ftcondilion, by the use. of these remtdtet mmJammsmsi&and no disease will ever assail you. Ttte batmen in Ute country recommend them. If years of honest reputation go for anything Ss must try these preparations. SJtOal HON. GSO. W. WOODWARD, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, M.nn-li Iti, 1BG7. 7 Had "Mooland's German Bitters 0 u not an intox icating beverage, but is a good Ionic, usefvlin dis-.-Oers of the digestive organs, and of great benefit in cases of nubility, and want of nervous action, in the system, yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD. FEOM HON. JAMES TLIOMPSOlf, Judge of the Supremo Court of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. April 2X. lSfi. I consider 7V " Hoofland's German Bit f tern " a valuable medicine in ease jOmmiL of attacks of I n d lies tlonssSai saor Ilyspepsia. I can cert ii y thlsl rom my experience of it. laurs, with respect, JAJUES THOMPSON. FEOM EEV. JOSEPH LL KENNAED, D. rastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philsdelphia. Da. Jaoesov Dbab Dia: 1 have been frequently nequested to connect my name with recommendations of different kinds of medicines, but regarding the practice msoutof my appropriate sphere, I have in all cases de mtinrd ; but with a dear proof in various instances, and particularly in my own family, of the usefulness of Dr. IlanflanaVs German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual course, to express my full conviction that for gen eral debility of the system and especially for Liver Complaint, it la iSaV asscsssafe and vslusttie preparation. As E'Osv I some cases tt may fail; but usually, I 3vl J doubt not, it wilt be very beneftcialnmmm to those who suffer fruM list about causes. I'oursy very respectfully, J. B. KKNNAKD, . XigUh, below Coatee street CATJTIOXT. JToefUtneVt German Remedies are eostnterfeited. TM genuine have the signature of C. It. Jackson . the front of the outside wrapper of each bouta, and thf name of Uus artitUs blown in each bottle. Mother art eomuasfeU. Price or tbe Bitters, $1 OO per bottle; . Or, a balf dozen for (S 00. Price of tbe Tonic, fel SO per bottle; Or, a balr doxen lor $7 60. - Tsstoaie is put np In qnart bottles. " ""' ' BeosUcct that it is Dr. BoofiamcVs German Xemediet that are so tsniversaVy used and so highly reeows. mended ; and do sofsjaasBsaaw allow the Druggists toindsMyautmtake i Fkanything else that he oy say is just as f flgood, because he " " I ' I it. These Berne. UoZ wtht tx"tu w a"' wcaUly upon aaoar - ' ; X ' ' i '. . . IHrSCIPAI, OFFICE, . .AT THE GBEKAjr KTJEDICINB ST0BE,- ' Pa. S1 ABCn BTMXET, iTWoifetpJua, CIIAS. M. EVAK3, . -' l - Proprietor, .j Ponnerly OvSL JACKSON CO. t . j Vhese Remedies are for sale by Irn(j Ctsts, Storekeepers, and Medicine Deals . era everywhere, Do mat forget to esasuat meC the asriicte yes bmy, vn order to get the genuine. ' . Iy057 . HEW GROCERY. NEW "GROCERY ESTABLISH- . . i . kmh h tha nruvrfticr in 4--- mcnt nns . . the "Hollow," opposite Phomn Tonudry, Main street, there the citizens of Ashtanula will Hod stock of ' FRESH FAMILY GROCEKlias AJN.U TnOVTSTOXTS. and all those commodities that go to make np the as sort aient of a store ol this character. The Kub:nler hope to be able to afford all the accommodation, and ail me indncement In the way of lair dealing ."".mif prices, fonnd at any other placeof the Kwd in the village. F . ..v. r i..'..n.,..bui cited. AUHHEVI .UUllV. JWU''q- JjEEK. CLARENDON llALLw msm war W 3 NEW AND SPACIOUS II ALL, IS an advance npon anytl.ins tliat has cone before , i accordance with the (jrowing demands of he nlaS Uit T the third story of U.e Clabenim.n Housi and therefor, central, and free from dooi annoy incw Its sr.c makes it the more denranle for ail pub ic occasions. Concerts, Assemblies. Lectures. Ac. ,c A. 8TOCKWE1.L, Proprietor. smV-rl. 1 I W 1 A W. BOND Dentist Has removed to tlie office of Dr. II. II. Van Norman. Extraction, Cleaning Filling and the treatment of dis- , j . 1. .TnmlMl t hnniiK'n t V linn easeu cums ana lrrcjuimr 1 ' ' " carefully, and all operation at atmnt ONE HALF THE USUAL JlAThS. Particnlar attention triven to selecting and flttiiiff Ar tificial Teeth, at from 10 to $15 per set. tther Ui'oro lorrn. or Chloric-Ether fiven under the care of Dr. an 'T-ood article of Tooth Powder for whitening the eeth and purifying Hie breath kepi for sale. Plctocrc memlier the place, and call and tea specimens of "rk A share of patronave solicited. A. w . "O-V, , Ashtabula, Jan. 1, 1S6S. V OU SALE. A good loc-ilion is oircrpd for Sale very cheap, consisting of to SO.K1 Ice House, two Itrick ovens and nt. msil rV for carrvimr on a first class liikery, all nes ami in !ood crder", both shop and sales room A pood ""X of Orapes and Frnit Trees, well seject., all m tonns orde r aTd of the In-st m.ality This place - -J." feet f.m Asltablila I'reiuht Iloiise, can he bo..f.'l,t Cheap, l" Tn Ftinrt. LEEK on premises, or Ii. W.OAl.Y . diatir m riinii urc of aU and Uie tnt kind, at the village. SW Averill's Chemical Paint!! TlIIS is not, like lc-ad and oil .1 simple mmlrty mixture, that settles and separates when left to itself, bnt a combination of Linseed Oil, Zinc, dissolved Lnuaaana suliie oiner ,amuiiiwa " CHEMICALLY UNITED! ! Ilomoseneons and permanent in its character. Among its snperior qualities are the following : It is more durable than Lead and Oil. It is more elastic. , It is briirhter hi appearance. It is easily put on. It is pcrfirctly wholesome. It dries almost at oucc. It never chalks or cracks. It is not injured br soap. It i always ready for use. It. is Warranted ! ., . II is twentv-fivo per rt. ctitoper than lead and oil, ana more than flftji per ct. better. n for sale in any quantity desired, hy Uie gallon. One hundred different shades are prepared. Attention is solicited to this article, one )f the jnrst valuable improvements of the time. Orders will he 91,cd prompt. C. O. CALKINS. Ashtabula, Aug. fi, 1E6S. rtut BOOT and SHOE DEPOT, Main Street, Aslitdbula, Ohio. W. Nut tall, Wishes to Notify tlic Public I HAT lie lias removed from liis old -tand to the old Hendry Drug Ston:, where he has all kinds of work on hand. also, work done to order in the most dnrahle styles. Persons wishing any Hung in my line or business will do w ell to give me a call as I can ,K.t be undersold for the same quality of wwk in the Jounty. ' Kl-TTA hh. Ashtabula, Auj,-ust 7,"6S. Cm-1'!- NEW ARRANGEMENT ! Ashtabula Marble Works. L HE Suliscrilx r rrspccliulli. announces to the citizens of Aslilobula County, thaTliaving purchased the iu'erestof J. L. lfeevesaiid Co., in the Marble liusi .,,,1 hnvin,r rr oh;iiisheri with a lan-e suick of both Marble and Sand Stone, is prepared to fill all order, for Monuments, Head Stones. Jiauts, aims. nroiusnu .11 ,vn,..i..rv Work also. Cans and Sills. Water Table. Chimney Top. Ac... and all kinds of Building Stone; fl'iirSsa any other establishment in the State. W .hall km-i, the lHwt of material, aild with good work M :innni nil. sun lUlu UOWll Din.i . w . men as can be found, cannot he surpassed in our ow n work for style and flnish. Phase give us a call and see Tor yourselves. Shop on Centre Blreel. one aoor wesi of J. I. Kobertson's Shoe store. 11. TOY, Jb. I take pleasure in recommencing Mr. Tdv to the peo ple of Ashtabula and especial lv"t hose wanting Cemetery work. Monnnients Ac, and having engaged my services, would lie pleased to see all my old customers who are in want ol wort, anu many new wore, ui urc m liiwpcctfully. etc.. Sept.lO,lSGa 020-f . J.L.KEEYES. Tnomuson Quarry., PlIIS Quarry, situated at Thompson Geauga Connty, is the nearest and most convenient for the citizens of Ashtaiiniu ann vicinity, oi any ouier. mm the onsliiv of its stone is smierinr for nrmnessof texture a id durability. Stone cut tonny dimensions, and for any pnrpose, uressea in tne most worivuiaiiiiKe inaiiuu ird at short notice. Orders sollcitatcd. for Fla-.'ifiiisr Step -, WcU-tones, Uiidaerpiiining, Window and I)io Caps ant Sills, Coping c nd water Tables. When the travelingis good, partie may do theirownhaulingats - i .I.i., . I..-.J U Ililt'UTAV Thompson. Ih-c. in. IW. W0 IS JTO II UMB UG! ! ! We do not wish to inform yon. Tender, that Pr. Wonderful, or any other man. has discovered a remedy that enres Consumption, when the lungs are half consumed, in short, will cnreall diseases whether of mind, body or estate, make men live forever, and leave death to plav for want of work, and is designed to make onr sunlnnary phere a blissful paradise, to which Heaven itself, shall be but a side-show. No. von have heard rnoush of that, and wo do not wonder that vou have by this time, become distrusted with it. But when we tell von that Pr Sages Catarrh Remedy tciU posilrrHv cure the rvorst rave of Catarrh. we only assert that which thousands can testify to. Try it and yon will be convinced. We will pay . $.W0 REWARD for a case of Catarrh that we can not cure. HKN'DttY Sc KING, Wholesale Agents. Ashta bula, Ohio. ' We will send the Remedy to anr address by mail en receipt of 53 cts. DR SAGE A CO.. Proprietors, fimirn - s, Buffalo, N. Y. C. G. C A L KINS, Real Estate and General business Agency. For Sale The Brewery Property, on Bank Alley lately occupied by Robert Fuller suitable for use as a brewery, having a tine double cellar, and two good wells of never failing water. There Is building sufficient for, two or three tenements for families, and the location is among the best for a business residence. Enquire of C. G. Cat,kins. Real Estate Agent, or ef SauxAB and ILux, Attys. Rcpl. 10, 1S67. . "SAGINAW LUMBER. w E nave jnst received direct from Saginaw, an invoice of the . .. . BEST PINE ITJUIBKR, LATH, and SHINGLES, i li . .i i . wtill, wa ra nrenared to eier in-uj:iii iu i nip uwt m. ......... - i ' sell at reduced rates, in quantities to suit purchasers. I" - : .-.f..lnM ttt. h4lt Of Ii v; wuiiua, m ruuikmihi. DOORS, BASH, . BLINDS, MOULDINGS, and BEVEL PINE SIDING, - which we keep constantly on hand, and sell low for CASH. SEYMOUR & GIDD1NGS. Ashtabula, O. June 15. . whu Coal! Coal I s STRONG & MANNING. Dealers in Silver Brook, Ihigb, Shamokin and Bituminous, Lump, Stove Eg aud Chestnut Coals, and best Pitta burgh riutt, for Blacksmiths, always on aauid. Parties in want of Coal will consult their Interest by giving us a call before purchasing elsewhere. 1 .SSI Procorea one of Forsyth A Co's Tf. S. Stand ard Scales, we are ready at all times to wait upon cus tomers. ' ggg Merchau'ts'. Protective Union MESGAEiTlXE SEFEEE5C13 EEGBTEE. The mehchants protective trsioyf,. ori- ranlzed to promote and-protect trade, by enabling its subscribers to attain facility and safety in the grantinj; nr-n1it. and the recovery of claims at all nolnts. haw to announce that they will, on or about depteinhealst, e ltairt, punnsn in one large quano volume : " The Merchauta' Protective I'nion Mercantile Refer ence Register," containing among other things, the Names, Nature of Business, Amount of Capital, r inan cial Standing, and Rating as to Credit, of over 40iMKX of the princidal merchants, trades, bankers, mauulactur crs, and public companies,, in more than 80,000 ol uie cities, towns, villages, and setUemcnts throughont the United States, their territories, and the British I rovm ces of North America; and embracing the most impor tant information attainable and necessary to enable the merchant to ascertain at a "lance the Capitol, character, and Degree of Credit of such of his customers as are deemed worthy of any gridation orrnd t The reports and information to be ghen in the Re gister" will lie confined to those deemed worthy of some Vine of credit ; and as the same will be based, so far as practicable, upon the written statements of the parlies themselves revised and corrected by well-known and reliable legal correspond"""- whose character will prove a guarantee of the correctness of tlie irifomation fur nished by them, it is beli'.ved that the reports will prove more truthful aud complete, and therefore, snjienor to and of much greater value, than any previously issuwl. By aid of the " Merchants Protective I nion Mercau tile Reference Register," business men will be enabled to ascertain, at a glance, the capital and gradation or cretli' a compared with financial worth, of nearly every merchant, manufacturer, trader and banker, within the above named territorii! limits. ' " , On or abonMhe first of each month, subscribers .will also receive the Monthly Chronicle, containing, amon" other tilings, a record of such importnnt changes in the name and condition of firms, throughout the country, as mav occnr subsequent to the publication of each half yearly volume of the "Mercantile Reference Register." Price of the "Merchants" Virion Mercantile Reference Register," (fa):) for which it will be forwarded to any address in the United Suites, transportation paid. Holders of live $10 shares or the Capital Stock in ad riiiifm tn nnrtiriiMiinir ill the iirofits. will receive one copy of tlie Mercantile Reference Resrisler," free of charge; holders of ten shares will be entitled to two copies; and no more than ten slmri of the Capita! Sus'k win oc auotcuo any oue applicant. All remittances, orders, or communications relative to the book, should be addressed to the '-Merchants' Protective Union, in the American bxenange L-auK Building, No. 13S Broadway. (Box 2ofi,) New York. ly 972 STEWART'S LARGE OYEX. AIR TIGHT SUMMER & WINTER COOK-STOVE w ARRANTED TO DE THE REST ' Cookin? Stove in the world, and requiring less I It ONE IIALF TUB FUEL OF TIIE COMMON COOK STOVES. C.V.O. C. I1UCBARD. For sale by Ashtabula, June, lotin, IM!) MRS. FULLER'S MILLINERY AND Emporium of Fashion Mil S . I'U L t E I! lias iust return ed from New York with the nicest, aud best selected stock of MILLINEKY GOODS ever offered in Ashtabula, among which limy be found the Latest Styles in HATS, - B ONSETS, jtinnox.i, fc. bctidus some nmellimt ia - ------ .. i- HATS AND BONNETS All of which will be sold at prices 'ha' wil- please tl.i most particular customers. Particular attention paid lo doing over STRAW into all the late styles., Call and examine these goods before pnrchasin? clsc where. MPS. J. S. Fl'LLEK. Ashtabula, May II, ISfiS. IBStf Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewal Has stood the test of seven yean before Ute public; and no prepar ation for trie hair has yet been dis covered that will produce the same beneficial results. It is an entireltj new scientific discovert, combin ing many of tlie most powerful and restorative fteje.nts in tlie VECET A3LE KINCDSHI. Tt restores CREY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL YOUTH FUL COLOR. It makes the scalp white and clean ; cures dundrvtf and humors, and fallins out of tlic liair; and will mafce it grow upon bald heads, except in vert aged persons, as it fuiiiishes the nutritive principle 61 which the hair is nourislied and supported. It makes the hair moist, soft, and afossn, and is unsurpassed as a HAIR DRESSING. ItistJie cheapest preparation ever offered to tlie public, as one bottle will ac complish more and last longer than three bottles of any other is recommended and used by tlie First Medical Authority. The Wonderful results produced , by our Sicilian Hair Renewer have induced many to manufacture preparations for the Hair, under various names : and, in order to induce tlie trade and the public to purchase tlteir compounds, they have resorted to falsehood, by claiming they were former part ners, or had some connection with our Mr. Hall, and their prepara tion was similar to ours. Do not be deceived by them. Purchase the , original: it lias never yet been equalled. Our Treatise on the, llair, with' certificates, sent free by mail. See tliat each bottle has our private Revenue Stamp over tlie top of tlie bottle. All others are imitations , - R. P. Hall Sl Co., Prop's, Nashua, N.H. Sold If all Druegists and Dealers in Medicine. ' lv.mtuiiR Benton's Pine Tree Tar Troches! for tbe Immediate Relief A: speedy Cure of CHOUGHS, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore throat, Bronchitis, Tickling in the Throat, Catarrh. &c. " Relief obtained in Five Minutes! Observe the fac-simile of the Proprietor's slgnafnre on the wrapper of each box, without which it cannot be genuine. - Benton's Pine Tree Tar Troches arc prepared only by C. O. BENTON. Chemist and Unit-gist, . . : 183 and 141 Detroit Street, Cleveland, O. For sale by all Druggists Price 25 Cents. 907 , :; New Restaurant. : A HE subscriber havnig fitted off the riooms isxeiy occupied bv J. F. Gilford & Co,,' as a first class Restaurant and Confectionary, takes pleasure in announcing mat ne is now ItEADYta supply the wants mm tne inner iwun everything generally kept iu an establishments of the kind, and having secured the ser vices of a first-class cook, can serve up a warm meal with neatness and dispatch Oysters in every style. Candies, Fowls and Fish, Raisins Can fro it of all kinds. Ham and Eggs. Cranberries in their season Lobsters, and Sardines, Grapes, Apples, Fies Dates - Pigs feet Pickled, Prunes nuts of all kinds ' Tongues Pickled, Pies, and Cakes, ' &c. &c Ac. &c. &c. Ac, TO SMOKERS AND CHEWERS ! 1 shall always keep on hand the very heat brands of Cigars and Tobaccos. . Oysters by the Can, Shell Oysters and Clams at ... -i v. i .. - TAUtnrs. Ashtabnlo, Not. 21,1 . . - 9:Htf of ed a as in From the N. Y. Tribune. Frauds in New York City. There is a fatality in crime that is never quite so skillful as to avoid making blunders sufficient if rightly usecVfor its detection,' and punishment. Notwilh, standing the stuffing ot the Registries N. Y. city with 40,000 more names than there were" actual voters, and despite the issue of 38,000 naturalization papers broadcast, so that wnoever wish could get them for a dollar and promise to vote for Hoffman, and finally, in spite of the secret circular is sued in the name of S;Hnul J. Tilden, and which accomplished its purpose just well as if he had signed it, whereby the Inspectors and Uanvassers in JNew York and Brooklyn were warned to hold their pall-lists and ballot boxes open until the rural districts were heard rem, so as to stuff thein at the last moment with the voles rcquned to elect Hoffman, the remaining precaution ne cessary to avoid th3 detection ot the crime . was wholly omitted. In twenty districts ot JNew York city the rogues neglected to stuff as many new names the registry lists as they were adding votes lor Iloliinan. and so the entire vote of these districts is rendered void by the fact that there aro more votes polled tharLthero are names registered. As the men eniraf'ed in this ballot stuff ing operation p-re men of ordinary shrewdness, it may safely be estimated that where one of them exceeded nis reiristrv list, at least five roust have been, careful enough to examine it and see that thev did iiot. If this estimate be well founded, we mav assume that in at least one hundred election districts the returns were "manipulated" and new ballots added lo insure the election of. Hoffman. Aud if (he exclusion of the returns known to be fraudulent diminish Hoffman's maioritv bv 4,385, it is not unlikely that the exclusion of all the districts in which bollol-stufling was practiced would still further diminish his majority by five times that number, or say twenty thousand votes. There is a fruitful field for investigation open to the commit ten who have that work- in charge. Wo hope they will "pusl things." In commenting on the frauds in the New York election, it is snid the probabilities are that Hoffman's election cannot be set aside on a contest, though Republicans all declare that the fraudulent votes cast for him exceeds liis whole majority. The State Board of Canvass ers, its well as the canvassers for the county, are Democratic, and the only hope of success would ba before the Court of Appeals. Possi bly enough of Democratic voters may be thrown out to give the State to Grant instead of Seymour. In twenty-two election districts of New York the vote was in excess of regis tration, and will probably lie thrown out This would diminish the Democratic vote l y about 0,000, and if the vote is rejected in oth er districts whore men are known to have vo cd illegally, the Presidential ticket would 1 e changed. One district in Kinsrs county vot' d beyond its registration, and will probably lo 500 votes' for the Democratic cause. Lar; numbers of fraudulent votes were cast for the Democrats in Albany, Troy and other cities and investigations will be made as to their ex tent. on it, in Ayer's Cathartic Pills, purposes of a Laxative Perhaps ho one medi cine is so universally re quired by everybody as a cathartic, nor was ever any before so universal ly adopted into use, in every country and among all classes, as this mild but efficient purgative I'M. The obvious rea son is, that it is a more re liable and far more effec tual remedy than any other. Those who have tried it, know- that it cured them: those who have not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends, anil all know that what it does once it does always that it never lails through any fault or neglectof its composition. We have thousands upon thou sands of certificates of Uieir remarkable cures of tlie following complaints, but such cures are known in every neighborhood, and we need not publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates ; containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody Their sii "ar coating preserves them ever fresh and makes Uiein pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. They operate by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring their irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange ments as are the first origin of disease. Minute directions are given in the wrapper on the box, for the following .complaints, which these Pill rapidly cure : For isyspepsia or Indigestion, Utle ness, Languor and Loss of A ppetite, they should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom ach and restore its healthy tone and action. For Liver Complaint and its various symp toms, Billions If eatlache, Mick Headache, Jaundice or Green Sickness, Billons Colic and Dillons fevers, they should be ju diciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Dysentery or Diarrhoea, but one mild dose is generally required. For Ilhe umatiom, Gent, Gravel, Palni (ation of the Heart, Pain in the siide, Hack and Loins, they should be continuously taken, as required, to change the diseased action or the system. With such change those complaints disapicar. For Dronsv and Dropsical Swellings they should be taken in large and frequent doses to pro duce the effect of a drastic purge. For Suppression a large dose should be taken as it produces the desired effect by sympathy. As a Dinner Pill, take one or two fiUa to pro mote digestion and relievo the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates tlie stomach and bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite, and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad vantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds thatadose of these Villo makes him feel decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the diges tive apparatns. DB. J. C. AYES Jt CO., Practical Chemists, i LOWELL. MASS., XT. S. A. RING'S GRAY HAIR. This Is the AMBBOSUthatEingmade. ,lH-.b9 Tills Is the Care that lay In the Aiibbosia that Rinj madec Thia Is the Man who was bald and gray, .... Who now has raven locks, they lay. He nsed the Cure that lay Iu the AjiBBOSiA that Ring nude, This is the Maiden, handsome and gay, Who married the man once bald and gray, Who now has raven locks, thev sav. lie nsed the Ajibbosia that Ring This I the Parson, who, bythe way, Married the maiden, handsome and gay, To the man once bald and gray, But who now has raven locks, they say, Because he used the Cure that lay In the AilBEOSiA that Ring made. Tliis Is the Bell that rings away To arouse the people sad and gay Unto this fix. wliw.li here does laT Tf yon would not be bald or pray. use toe jiMBJsooijt snas sang uwv. E. M. TUBBS & CO.. Proprietors, Peterroro'. N.H For all the Medicine. l2& LIVER COMPLAINTS, . - Jaundice and all affections of the Liver are soon re moved by the use of Roback's Stomach Bitters and Blood Pills, they ar-O.compoae. est vvt-i iSssl J -wdicinal extracts with eetjul -ft!ri$ce to their .direct actfon the liver and 'ostrcejajtrfa's. If- . m!f?l 4 FIRST PREMIUM . Av OT a Sliver Medal WAS AWABDSD TO BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE kg By the N. IL State A ?ri cultural Socwtv. at tt. Fur, holdcn in Nashua, Sept 20, 14. BARRETT'S Vegetable Hair Restorative . . Bcstorei Gray ITair to it Natural Color t pro motes tlie frrowUi of the Hair; changM the 9 gt roots to their original orennie action 1 eradi- . cl Dandruff and Humors t prTent Csk Hair fnllin? out : i. a irtnsrinr TVfKstnrv. m-mf It contains no injurious inrrcdients, r iiu is uie most popular ann reu- jl. Jl buic nine inrnufrnoui me yr Boutn. CTW T3T rt tea r. J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors, MANCHESTER; !N. H. Hendry Sc King;, Wholesale gents. Geo. AVIlIard, Agent fot Ashtabula.. I.attimer Sc Brittell, Morgan, Ohio. H. E. Kellogg Madison Ohio. Wis. K. Allen. Jefferson. Ohio. ' B "O ALL WHO ARE ABOUT TO BTTILn P1afw Slnfn la .vrmr von want Vim Proof in tlie fulli-st ftnrmn Frnut rjinnot cinck it neither Piin-hino or water can penetrate or diflve from the moment it i applied. Can be put on any iviiu, 4iuiu uat, roijerpenaicniar. . One half cheaper than Sheet-Slate! Soon hardens, po as to bear nninlnrr. th wH1it of a man jninptni: upon it. Wiil supercede tin nofiiiLf that bo exiM iiHivi', and bo noon mtii through: Irn Roof ing that is to coHtly and often racks by it nndne weight the Btrnctnre it ceven. (iuttn-Pcrrha which alwHyshwks: Tar and Gravel ditto: Shingle Koofinr' yiainy frrowin? morccoytiv, ann ti nut tiuler to every eiiuj f juik, wnicuai oefit iim win suun uesiroy. 1 WJL L. TOTTER, INVENTOR. riEAR! IIKAR! Solon Robinson. President of "The Farmers' Club." New York. Am-icnltural Editor of the New York Tribone. savs (amoii-5 otlier irood things he saysnt it) "its discovery is a great boon to American rarmers. Vnennaled as a lininsr for cisterns, as a plaster for smoKC-uouscs uuu ovens. Superior to all Paints. for the preservation of wood from lire or water. Eave m terms, water tanks, fence posts to which it has been applied will last ind. -finitely. Long known and tried by me wveiuor, aiuiougii uni recently patenieu. All onlers or inquiries in regard to PLASTIC SLATE, or Ashtabula uonutv. should be addressed to BRYANT DILLEY, Geneva, Ohio. April 4. ISfiG 851. BATE, CERTAIN, JJCD SpeSdy Cure roa NEURALGIA, I Emy exsallSear algia 1 ALL NERVOUS DISEASES. It Effects are Jllayical. r I T is an unfailing remedy in all cases oi Mmralna Fari!in. often effecting a pcrfett cure ir. v rhan twnh-.f,.nr liiHin fmiu the nc of lo more than TWO OR THREE PILLS. ino uiiiunumi oi Wenralia or ervons Dtseac ha. raiied to yield to this wondbkki'L koikdial aoknt. Even in the nevefest enses of C'hrmiic NVnralia and 'ntjai nen'on nerai.jrementB, or nianyyeaii Bfanu turr. afiW-iintr the entire f'rtein, itn n! for a few days. jr a few week at the utmost, alwars affords the mol iHtomshihir rt-li'T, and very rnrely failu to produce coiu- piei aim permanent cure. It contain! nodrniror other materials in the sHrht est deirree injnricm. even to the nist delicate Bystem and eau alwavs ie used with perfect satery. Tt has oiirheeii in constant use by many of our xost eminfnt physicians, who give it their nuaunuous ant. nnqnunneo approval. Sent by ina:l on receipt of price, rnd postage. Oiie package, $t .0?!, Postiiire t cents.- Sis packait, S.nt), -J7 Twelve naeka es. 9.(11). " 4.S " It is Hold by all wholesale and retail dealers in drugs tnd medicines turonv'hout the t nitea Males, anu ny TIKNKR& CO., Sole Proprietors, ittl 1-iO Tremnnl Street. ISiwton, Mass. CHARLES SWIFT, Drnit Grocer, Ashtabnla, O. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable. healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is soon restored to its original color with the aloss and freshness of youth Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. JNothing can restore tne hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed, lint such as remain can be saved for usefulness bv this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi mont. it will keep it clean and visorous Its occasional use will prevent tlie hair from turning gray or tailing on, ana consequently prevent baldness, .free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and injurious to tne Hair, tne vigor can only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, LlUlll 1 Ug K,Ljj vau w iuuuu uv uvminwivi Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white . cambric, an4 yet lasts i " At.- - : : :u 1nrtA oris-l a nrro tot'iil rtDrrtimA Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, IOWELIa, MASS. PBICE $1.00. lya3 Hendry Ac Kins, Agents, Ashtabula. O. APPOINTMENTS FOR 1867. T JJlt S. G. CLARK, Botanic & Eclectic Physician and Snrseon, Will consult patients fur Chronic Diseases of every character free of charge. at the following times and places, during the present year. 5) 1868, Connkaut, Tremont..7 14 13 7 5 17 4 1 IB II i4 AsHTABDXA,Fisk Ho'seiS 15 4 8 III 18 15 18 7 4 Geneva, Union House. 19 fi ,5 l li 4 9 3 8 15 3 Wil Consnlt Pationts from the 15th to the 1st of every month at his Office, 124 Omario Street, Cleveland. Ohio. Havinghad a sncce4sfnl Practice for the past twenty five yean, in the treatment of all kinds of Acute and Chronic Diseases, especialllv of the Throat and Lungs, and in the treatment of all kinds of Female Diseases. He will "ive perfect satisfaction to all who may apply for relief. No mineral or other Deliterious Drags are used. Botanical Remedies; only will cure all Diseases. Having had a successful practice in the above named places for several years, with unparallellcd success, of which satisfactory reference can oe given at any of the above named places. Prices of Medicine for One Month, from $9 to $5. Mi croscopic or Analvtic Examination of the blood or Urine free. Office 1-24 Ontario Street, near Public Square, Cleveland. Ohio. 8. G. CLAKK, M. D. . Cleveland. Jan, 1, 18C3. wl FINE S 1I1NGLES, From Green - bay, the test in market for je.7,.lJO per Thousand, by O. A. RTREETER, at the old stand of L. Sa'vage Main Street. t.r Ashtabula, June 23, lWiS. la ai l-U;, IlXOSy & SIELODEONS ! feA J,i;ai..x,... . . : . ...... :'. r .'f-f- o-Ui I 3 S K&JiW take pleasure in announcins to the Music-loving people of Ashtabnla countv, and adjoining territory, that we are prepared to furnish all with , PIANOS,. 7 y ORGANS and ; ' MELODEONS, of the Terr best mannfactorc this conn try can produce. prices wuicn . . DEFY COMPETITION, andnnon terms to accommodate all. We sell none but fully warranted Instruments those we can conscien tiously rcioiimieiiu louur i.ieiius. rjffWe will deliver any instrument desired in any Dart of the country free of charge, giving a reason able time to test the instrument before purchasing. We will sell any instrnnrent on our list, and receive pay In monthly installments of (5,00 to $:X),U0 per mouth until nnid for. We take old Instruments in exchange for new, and give a liberal discount to Churches, Seminaries, Lodges, Schools, etc , Our facUilie are such that we are better rtrenarad to sua ute peojde man any other aeaier is tne country. Please write us for a price list, or describe the kind of you wish, and we will deliver the same as above s la leu. Address, - THOS. BRETT, G-enevn, O P. S. Remember von will save monev to consnlt with ns oeiure onyiug eisewncrc. smtiiu Florece Sew ing Machine. HE Subscriber Lavinc talcen the airen- crof this superior machine, would notifv the ladies ol Mirln athem will - ".. V.i uiioiwii'u nni aisi nin FUipi uiij j;iiitr n lllitt 11111C irom ;.rt. npwaros, accoraing 10 case ana nnisn, aud will live such mfltmction as will enable the uurchaser to mo U with facility and satisfaction. The merits of this machine are equal at least to the best in nse, and for in crennitvand simnlicitvof desi'Tjand mechanism, holds imjrortant advantaires over all others. Som;of these merita may be brietly anmmed up as follows : Its simplicity and sreat ran ire of work. Its four different stitches the lock, knot, double lock and double knot. The reversible feed motion. ODcrated bv Bhnolv turn- ina thumb Bcrew, enabling the operator to run the work to the riirlit or left, and convenience of self-tasten-in? the ends of the seams. The perfect finish aud substantial manner in which the machine is made. The raniditv of its working and the analitv of the work done. Its 8eif-admtiriff tension ' : Those alMiut to nurchase asewintTTnachine will do well to call at the residence of the subscriber and see th r lorence Machine before invef tin? in anv other. M lid. L. II. KOBERTS. Ashtabnla, Jnly 22, 1ST.7. 917 MANUFACTOItY AND DEPOT. W. G. IKXiiA3f, has at length perfect I his bnsiness arramre ments, so that the public may be ccumniod'tted on call for most of the Various kinds of Pleasure Vehicles, IIa inp a nnmler now finished np and ready fortelivcry, besides a lanre quantity of work in various stain-s of pro 'ress whirl, may be completed upon very short notice. when preferred. Orders Will be received for new work of any particulat ityle or pattern. tv nn a lull supply or tne nest nanus to ne round in tne ;onntry, he fears no competition, east or west, in tlie natter of taste or stvle. of excellence of material, or the lidelitv and honesty with which his work isptittoirether. Of the truth of these statements, any one .may satisfy tnmseii ny personal examination. Kepuirin; of all kinds, doue with promptness, and on satisfactory tonus. v sin u. liMi.n. Ashtabula. Dec. 1. 1SH5. IVNS FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! Oar Motto 1st "Small Profits and Qentk Sales." DUCRO & BROTHER WOULD call atttention to their large aud SPLENDID STOCK OF CABINET FURNITURE, The result of their enlanrcd and Increased facilities fo r enlanrcd and lucrei business They arc prepared and Selling Cheaper Than anv other establishment of the kind in the country or city. vVemeau what we say, and would invite the pub lic inVeneral to see for themselves before buying else where. We are making it an object for any oue to jrive us a call, and will pay them well for comimr to see a larije tock to select from, which is as large a any in any city. Haxing sixteen years, experieuce in business, and buying ail our stock direct from the xnan niacin re rs tast. aud conducting our owu business, enables us to sell lower than any competitor in the region. Our work is as tt always has leen the best. Vv'e also have on hand a large stock of Eastern vcorh which we sell very low ; among which will be found sin gle louugus, bed lounge', carpet and rep lounges. Spring Mattresses, at greatly reduced prices, of oui owu make. Dont forget the place, a ftw doors south of Fisk, Silli roan & Cos. Kbmr and Fml Store. Also, particular attention (mid to carpi't lading. Cur tain ami Cronice hanging, all of which w ill beuone with readiness and difrpatch. ' UNDERTAKING. We also keep constantly oi. hand a large assortmen . ready made Cotliiis, Hose AVood imitation. Black Walunt ;ind Imitation of Black Walnnt,jjiil of which we can trim in two hour's notice in any style requested equal to any city. We also have a splendid Hearse in readiness when called for. . DUCRO & BROTHER. Ashtabnla, Ohio, Nov. 24, lS.it,. NE W GOODS ' ' Hav ING matte a cliart.sre in the tirm, and verv much increased our stock of Goods, we are now ready to oiler to the public a general assortment of SHELF HARDWARE,. . NAILS, GLASS, PCTTY, PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE DRIERS, i ' ' , CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, TINWARE, STOVES, HOLLO WW ARK, PLOWS CULTIVATORS, AGRICULTURAL TXT TIT r-MWVTSl ' GLASS WARE. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, LANTERNS, AC. AC, LAMPS and A Full assortment of nonse Furnishing Goods, from a COOKING STOVE to a TEASPOON. Persons wishing to bny an outfit for Housekeeping, will (we promise,) eave ten per cent by purchasing their STOVES, TINWARE, GLASSWARE. FORKS, LAMPS, SPOONS, . LAMPS, PAILS, Tr?N tvaSHBOARDS, 13RO0MS,: . 4a & Try ns, we will sell at small profits, on large sales for CASJfe Particular attention is called to our targe stock of PAINTS, OILS, JSC Which we will sell at LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES. A Iare stock of Tinware, which we wholesale and re tail at TTeatly RED UCED SA TES. We promise prompt attention to all favoring ns with job work. Eave Tromrh put up on short notice, every job war ranted Particular attention naid to jobbing. Such as Smoke Stacks. Scape Pipes, Tin Hooding. Stove Lining, Dram Lining. &c. Ac, which we promise as low as any establishment in the country. Thankful for past patronage we respertfnllv solicit a ebntinnanceof the same. B1XBY A CROSBY. A.B. BIXBY, 97Uf . J; B. CROSBY. P TRUNKS! THINKS! r VfYl?l hna inet. eivpl a VPFV hsndsof assortment of large and meilinm sized Travel- ir. Trci.i . some ofel.-pint Hi.ish which will 1 sold at rse'cJ i l:: . prices, tun anu see men:. , 1 The Laspiccess. ' f a mm BMRDRESSlHfi: lcwjleinoiteBoifit' ' ' "sr ITS USE - - - - -i '- ray or Faded Hair is qnkttly .r- . restored to itoo.tliful colorajid beasty, and with the first application a : : , Icautifal gloss and delightful f rajrranc ; . is given to the llair. ' It will cause llair to rnrr on Bald Spots. It will prqinote lnxuriant growth. FALTJXG HAIR w immediately eliecked, For dale by all Iras;rists.. DIiW)T ivmoTv'd from Cnenwieh St. Is CS Uarclay bt. & 40 Park Place. Cnarles E. Surlft, Agent. Ashttbnla. OfiOy LEATHER AND FLNDLNGS. 7 W. SMTTH, MANUFACTUREB II t and Dealer in Leather and Findings, street, (opposite Phanix Foundry) Ashubola, OhloMi CASH PAID FOR HIDES. PELTS AND CALFSKINS Just "received, and now for ssle as good an assorted stock of LEATHER AND FDfDINGS as can be found in any Western Market, and which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. 1 hope to makelt -an object for Boot and Shoe, and Harness Manufacturers in the vicinity, to favor me with their patronage, feeling ..1 , T Mn aAll lham Mf.rvthln. iimhImI In IllMtr business as cheap as can te loana in uieveiana. or even the Eastern Markets, thereby aavitu; frehrht and traveling expenses, and loss of time. A u axe cortnauy lnviiea to can ana examine my siors before purchasing elsewhere. Confident that I An make it for your interest to bny in this market. I shall take pleasure in seeing my old friends and the public, and showing them my stock. Below, I give a partial list of articles : Spanish and slanihter, sole, upper and harness Leather; Spanish and slaughter kip ; French calf and kip ; oak and hemlock calf and kip ; collar leather and horse bides men's aud women's morocco ; band and lacing leather liniii'-s, bindiugs. topping snd rusceU.. :i: FINDINGS. Lasts, pegs, thread, webb. Packard's Ink, Iron and xln nails, round head tacks, bristles, awls, hammers, pincers, saud stones, rasps, knives floats size sticks, anu straps, boot trees, shoe laces, punches lasting irons, eyalets, eve let sets, stitch-wheels, stitch-markers, heel shaves, edgo planes, strip awls, welt knives, elastic, heel ball, stitch, ing cord, lastin tacks, heel and toe plates, boot blacking, boot brashes, harness oils, and all kinds of finishing irons, etc. etc. W. W. SMITH. Ashtabnla Dec. 11S. Ktt . THE OLD CARLISLE TANNERY TIIIS OLD BUSINESS STAND HAS Been purchased by 6. Zcile A Ero. who aro put ting it to tbe best posseible use in the . . MANUFACTURE OF THE VARIOUS KIN DS OF LEATHER. To supply (his work they are In want of HIDES and SKINS, for which cash at the hight market prices la paid Their Leather is of the best quality, a tact tlta Sadtersand Shoe-makers will realize on trial, and of al the various descriptions. FINDINGS. .' We have also on band a full and excellent supply of al tUedifleren' kinds of SHOEMAKERS' FINDINGS, . which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. ' Give ns a call. Ashtabnlt, Nov. 14, ISfi,. PS1 G. ZEILE & BRO. NEW GROCERY STORE ! I wadmore redhead wishes to inform his Friends and Public generally, that, since pnr chasing t e property lnteiy occupied by J. H. Sinclair be has re aired and fitted it up for a general Grocery Store, an has filled it with a choice stock of FAMILY GROCERIES And respectfully invItcsTthc Pnblie to call and see hit goods before purchasing elsewhere. He has also on hand tbe 'largest anil best assortmco C A ND I E S that can he fonnd anywhere in town, ne gives particn lar attention to this branch of his business, and sell a. LOWEST POSSIBLE TRICES. ; - A CHOICE LOT OF - . GREEN APTLES ' - l " on hand and for eale'at reasonable price 1 - i- - : Canned Fruits, , Tomatoes. Cove snd Spiced.Oyster, , ; Lobsters and S'ardiucs, Fresh Oysters, By the Can and Half-Can, constantly on band , Call and sec for yourselves. .Tan.4,18fi6. W. REDHEAD. tm Ashtabula, Harness Work..., WILLIAMSON has driven hisValce firmly, and identified himself with tne-tmsiness interests of Ashtabnla, and adding to this bis ability to furnish the community with as good work, and at as fa vorable rates, as any of bis competitors, and bis claim for a share of patronage will hardly be denied. He has a good supply of finished work on hand, and is prepared to meet with promptness any call for either the fi-jht and tasteful, or for the more heavy and serviceable articles in his line of business. Any one in want of harness work will do well to give me a call.;' V. B. WILLIAMSON. Asttabiua, May, 1SCT. NEW . . Crockery, Glass & China Store! rj UST Opened, an Extensive Stocky of CHINA, GLASS, and CROCKERY, of the best wares and of the latest styles God Band and Plain China Tea Sets, China Dinner Sets, Glass Ware of ditferentvarieties and qualities, Castors, Heavy Plain and Fignr ed Crockery 'Ware. &c. -- : - - . . - ''rr fib to which the attention of the public is" especially invited. Being bought directly of the. importers, sfcial indoce- menis are offered is regard to prices, Ac une uoor inortn oi tne r ujt nouse. B. H. MEBRIAM. , . .... (MB Ashtabnla. October 18fi7. VARNISHES ! VARNISHES ! TUST RECEIVED, a large stock of Varnishes, --hich we will sell lower than any other es tablishment in the connty, they are the best in the mar ket The trade supplied at a reasonable advance from IF7 o les ale Price s. 4 J-i.11 mo.A ermini onr stock, and prices of White Lead Oils Varnishes, Japans, Ac. before purchasing else where HENDRY A KING Druggists. wkn. Ashtatmis. res, a, iiw. Ir74 por Kent. A commodious Suite of Rooms with all conveniences, and very comfortable for a small family. Apply to C. ii. CALKI?8. I , tjtquesT TiIARKET PIUCEJ In Cb, "s. at W EEDHEO's store, -'. H