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, BT JAMES KKF.D. Tot Isallaraa Yar Inrarlbly 1st Atvac, Blaakasvrallklrtda for Mia at this onto. Table of Arrival and Closing of Malls. P. O., ASHTABULA OHIO. A.M.rfif. ! on 4 ( Jefferson Eastern Way Wetarn Way Through West Through Bum Thinnsh East, ftatnrdsya only.. K. Plymouth, Orlirg's Corners, N.Shulhsld A Kollougerlll, Sat ..urdays only.. 7 0i ISO, 1 IPO 7 00 4 W V uu IS a so 1 HI II lit J( 4 SO 4 OA 7 on Offlc hours from 7 a. ., to A r. a. " tnta,H. Sundays from 11 a, Katie. All Advertisements anust b handed In and aa th hook before t o'clock p. m., 1 hnrsday, to apposr la th Mm OHk'i paper. This ml will h rigidly ad ksred to. HiaovAL. E, II. Oilkrt, will he fonml at his store, In the Sana block, next door to lh Flsk House. . 6000 Linen facsd Collar, just received nt ;'' "' " ' E, Q: Pierce' t. Go to B. O. PUre' to buy your Wrappers and Drawers. Don't buy your Over Costs and Cblnclillla Jackets until you have looked nt Pierce'. A fine line of LatlU-s' Furs- Mink, Fitcb i Martin and Astrnchan sets, and a large lino of r Children's Furs, at Pierce', Buffalo Robes, Wolr Hobcs and Fox Robes, cheap, at ' Picm't. . Just received, a large lot of Ulotb Gloves, Fur Glows and French. Kid Gloves, at PUree'i. Wood. Persons R tailing, to pay their sub scription to the Telegraph In wood, will pluasa bring it along while tliu roads arc in good , condition. Wantki). A girt to go to New York Cor the winter. Must umU-rMand cooking, also wrasbln? and Ironing. Imitirc Immediately ut this office. Bishop Bkdull is expected to mslu? bis nn. Dual visit lo this place on Sunday neat, pd duriag the day or evening, to administer the rite ot Confirmation. . Dr. E. L. Kino, having returned front a i safaataMiM tala m t saluAnAA aahia sfinasa mnaka -w vo srj u uiu auu aiauuLAi ui asir iistj iuub- a vckb. , is ready, again, to attend to business, and an - ewer the calls of patients. Mr. N. II. Chambeki.in will lustruct a class in Bpcncerian Practical Penmanship, at tha choul btfuae, commencing Nov, I8tb, 1871. Price $1 SO; for a course of fifteen lessons per scholar. Sugar Balb. A salo of 180 bead of sheep ,s made this wek br Janaaosj Gii.LeTT.tif Sheffield, to Simon Holhuook, for the Utiffn lo mutton market. The price was $4 13 per kundred on the boot One of the commute on prcnuwd fruits. Ao., at tha Conueaut fair the present season found that some very finely appearing speci mens of canned fruits, the like of which had been taking first premiums for several ears wer put up in brine. The Otbtek Stirr-ER of the Ladles4 Relief Association at Smith's Hall nn Tuesday eyeji Ing last, neted, $140, and the receipts were 170. Jt was A Terr pleasant affair, to which theceHentty prepared refreshment. oi)4 tlm Abundant good humor and tenignily nu,J aieauty of Uio ladies cotiiriUiti-d not a Utile, The stoppage of 8. D. Con Dir. In Case Hock, Cleveland. oae of .the heaviest retail dry ' goods houses of that city, was reported on the afreets on Saturday last, gueli behx lue case. JCr. OiEOMAB Tiiawin, usher, and Mr. Hakry Babtba JmokpecjitT, will prohajjl. be .thrown ont of jaUiations. . -T-l. T i. -.. r .. J . . I - It . .1 ,. - auo riuuaiu unu,v,, m ocfiriei una Bioved into his new ofllce in the building erected for that purpose. His ojlice is elegant 3y and conveniently arranged. The ofljee. va. cated will be taken jxMsossioa of by Trussure PtiLLEit, and the office now occupied by the Treasurer will be llirowu into the Auditor's room., . . . . Elsewhere, it is announced on Ifae authority of the Triiunt, that Secretary Fish had re Igned, but sincu Its promulgation, the Sec jretary states 0nM he has no in ten lion of re- . signing, at least not until after all matters per-' , .sainiug to the treaty ot Washington shall bare been finally arranged. ' Corn. D at id Dckiia, of Lenojt, ay ike Stntind, has raised a Held of six and a hujf acres of graded sunep tooth aud yellow dent corn, which will aycrjge 125 bushels of ears to' the awe. Ons acre produced 170 busbejs ears, which will shell out otw bushel of corn to every three half bushels of ears. . ' - -T- . ; ' W learn troiu SherUT Stiles, says the , J3entinelt that he has arreted Aud Joded Ui jail, Mudt Tjhokmton, on tliarge of making '' ' and passing counterfeit money. The Shciitf found in a well on Thornton's premises, a "jarge jaiuDber of dies for V, 8, aud Canadian money. The Ravenna JXetuecrat saps that a few days lnce, the streets of Ravenna witnessed Die V jjoyaAiy of a train of thirty-six cheese wagons, ..bearing tha August and September make of ebe, from the factory or Oavjjo Toms, in Paris towoaiaja, . .JacU of the wagons con tained forty beses, the w9ule number beipg o.v or foujtetai Uuedrd, . Mbbtino or tub Unitabiam Cokfejskncb, The JErle Cpjuference'(Uaitaria) will bold (ts BMual session at East Ashtabula Union .Church, orameucing on Frtdajr, JJov. 1711 $ 10 o'clock, a. M. The atteudauce of all , friend of tha ause is eaaoatly desired, ';6evra ajskdatera f the denomination ftom broad 4M peetd lo be present fSynLABOKD. Our neighbor of the Adntrtiter .J only a few weeks since made a handsome en largement of his paper, and to make all his -Interests correspond, his domcstlo arranger meul.liayp Jjjaeo inofeaaetf tya.'Bditlon of B son and hir.' Under our conralUa; i Ions. Puinfvii't Telegraph. " x .".'As these things happen but once a year, we 1 uppos they ars lo be foerated. : t Piroau Mr. Edwin W. Herbick. and . . family, of Minneapolis, Min., have been spend . lug a few days In town, rsocivlng the, greeU ings of iwy Wfu bands and hearts. THey 4' yf 7 pturaed to enjrjy Bnother of the png a Tand'fatker rigorjjuf wlp(r of Mionesota ' 'where-the equablp and dry temperature, ills ... aa4,Tndei' thern Injensible to 'thp p,vr range . of the mercury. - "Wf learn wi,th sonie pleasure, thai the story p( the )uip(pg opt of jjur former fellow till; . Ben, i. M. Mqbtiqi.1, at Alrfla, Mob without loundatlpn,. and that be Is doing food business. Mr, Uubb Hclbkut, too, about whose safety there, was apprehenslop, b'aWunauatbeaY ' The lattcf gentleman baa . een sick for MW9 timet but. la now 'around -r.ala..,.T.he acu gets hold of people, Souis- -niW Ihere, but 6ihet.lae tUey bVe B fab; bare of the enjoyment! of life. ' Hl.AtKSI.KB, TUB PllriTnOBAPMRB, WMll'S It to be known and remembered, that he has a set of stereiiscottlQ Instruments for takltuc lotnres Instantaneously, so falhl'ully and ex actly at to almost show the motion, respira tion or winking of the sulipTl, He Is alio provided wllh the means of taking the pic tures of building fronts, residences, and land srspes, In fact, he proposes to take almisit any dlncriptlon of picture known to ilia art, with all the vividness which this wundcrful process endows a transfer and copy, Btntoi.Ans. An unsuccrasAi) attempt was made to cnti r tlio house of Prof. IIknhv Bl'T' TKR, on Tueadny evening, The would be burglars placed a ladder at a rear window, and u mounting, aroused the occupants, who, raising the curtain, discovered a man at the window, and another half way down the lad der. Their cries aroused the neighbors and alarmed the prowlers. The cellar of Mr. M. R. Dooutti.B was entered the same night. It is supposed the burglars were driven away by hearing somcono up on the floor above, Painesville Telegraph. gregation on Sabbath morning that next Sun day, the 12th inst he would close his pastoral labors in connection with that churoh. The following Sabbath his pulpit will be occupied by Rev. Mr, Tatior, of Binghampton, N. V, Mr. Haydn administered the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper on Sabbath morning, assisted by Kev. Mr. 1'aior, or .Missouri. The occa sion was peculiarly Impressive sa lining the last opportunity the pastor would have for performing this ceremony for his church in tills place, Puinemllle Telegraph. TKAtnEiis' I.v;TrruT. The citizens of this place will be called upon to furnish en tertuinun nt lor some ISO or more teachers from tl liferent portions of the county, during the sessions of (lie Tiachers' Institute. A com mlttce has been appointed to pall on the I'ami lies of the village, to ascertain how many each can Accommodate. It is very desii ubl that all who can do sn, shall take some of the visitors, and that a liberal spirit be manifested toward those who educate the youths of our G. W. DICKINSON. Clerk of Board. Landlord II. Fiicld of the Ashtabula House, turned the reins of administration of that establishment over to the hands of lha former incuwbuU-U, C. Wahvinuton, cn Monday Inst, who will hereafter attend to tha wants of the traveling public in his own well known way. . For generous good feeling, am pie fare and accommodation, and friendly and favorable impressions, our uew landlord will not leave a stono unturned to secure and fix. He has the ardent wishes ot his friends and the public for success. Bl'U4Laiu arc prowling about several of our neighboring towns, as we notice by our ex changes, and on Wednesday evening of last week, the house of Mayor Bi.ood of Con neaut, wag entered, but their movements awak eued Mrs. B who lifted her voice for help i little loo shrilly for their security nnd safety, and being, one in Ids stockings, and tie other bare foot, they made very creditable stepping in their escape. With these gentry all around us, it is nut to be expected that Ashtabula will tng esoapo their attention, Keep, therefore, the "pepper box" handy nnd In order. E. 8. Ai.vohd, one of our prominent nnd mist respected citizens, died suddenly on Thursday morning last. Hp was In bjs usual health up to n few hours before the otjoiir renee. He has however, beot nn Invalid for years, suflWing with a diseaso of the heart or chest, which kept him in mind of the fact of his mortality. He was the slay and depend-1 nue of an gd and Infirm mother, and the kind and only surviving parent of three daughters, upon whoiu the bereavement falls wirtt crushing weight. Mr. Alvohd's t8 was 04 years. New Real Estatk Aokncy ! Atlcr being many limes snlb.-itrd, J ftnve dejf-rmined to open lieal Estate fXllcc in Ibis place, lor the purpose of accomodating nil who may wish to sell properly of that dwiiplion.aud who wisli to sell at short notice. Any property placed in my bands for sale will be cxteusively advefr tisd nnd every available means used U bring itt pnlrlie notice, tf at purchaser maybe fouud without the usual delay. Regarding compensation: I will sell for a commission, or for a fixed sum, as nifty be ngwxl upou when the properly is fitifc d in fiiy jiands. All class es of Real Etrtate solicited, end aeal and cner ey used in pulling the same upon the market. Office over Messrs. jikumam & Hall's law ofiice, Ashtabula, O. - t jag ah Hall. Ashtabula, 'ir. V, titj I Cokkkal't Pbmiums. Secretary Buown gives notice of the awarding by tho visit int; committee of tho following premiums paya ble by the Treasurer, D. C. AtLtfB, eu and af ter the letk lost, t J. D. Ransom, best farm, (. E. Hewitt, aero of white winter wheat, tS W. O, Laughlin, same 0 L. Green, acre spring wheat, 1 If, Laughlin, aero corn, . 2 J. D. Uansow, same, L. Green, acre oats, ' j N. Mainard, acre oats, I H. 8. IJewjtt, acre barley, A- A. Richards, aero tobacco, Q B. yiels, aee tobacco, 1 D. C. Alien, acre potatoes, 2 C. Richards, acre tatoas, ; 1 is a List of Vjltrkt issued from the United States-Patent Ofllce, to Ohio Inventors, Tor the wcefc ending Oct. 81, '71, and each bearing that date, furnished this paper by Cox & Cox, Solicitors of Patents, Washington, D. C. Apparatus for Elevating Hay, J, Roller, Jackson, Earth Closet, W, 8, Brndsbav, Cleveland, Apparatus for regulating the speed ot Ma, chlnery, W. If. Gehby, Jfew Bjcbupmd, Lime Kiln, M. Groh and J. V, Weltz, Cleyejanq- Whip Socket, J. Heberljng, ML PK'saut. Burglar Alarm, A, I. Ross, Cnpnnatl, Treadle for Sewihg Machlues, If. (3. Smith, Cere)aDd. . Weeding IJoe, E. Wilcox, East Cleveland, Planing Machine, C. E. McBulb, F. Rcntel, W, C. Margedant, Hamilton. Clothes Dryer, D. Miller, Marietta. Machjne fof Seeing Spokes, T, J, Tolan, Delphos. Hold Backs (or shafts fpr yehlplei, f. Armr ptrong, Nf ark. " ' Gate, q. p. fl'ovey, pr)f (nnatl. Gig paddle, J.. W. Crouch, Rushytlle. BUive Pipe Elbow, f". DleckmaHn, CqPiPt natt. V . WlklBg Planter, . Vf. QenjloTy, fair -.iay. .' ... Mill Pick, A. Baraas, DaytonH t . . - Alarn) Lock, C. Shuefl", Marietta. Saw-set, D. Sbaw, Cincinnati. Re-issues sntcl and front for Fireplaces, L. tv. invee ana W. w: Magll, Cincinnati. Autoniatlo Barref ' Filler, 8. C.- CatWn, Cleveland.- s v. ui i. :t. ' ExtensIonaBUariGenerutp',,: r."La(tR, Cincinnati. ..-. ' Melodeon, 8. A. Jewett, Cleyeland, RAIL ROAD MATTERS. The Jsmeslown rnlprprlar r progressing finely. The. work at Hubbard Run Is ap proaching completion by the estimate of the Knglnrs, there remains some fS.CKK) yards of esrlb to be removed lo reach grade on this side, and the perpendicular fill yet to be over come, Is about 19 feet. As tho work bcQonys tnore and more contracted, the recently of lessening the cumber of teams employed, be comes more and mure apparent. A fortnight of good weather, wlll.lt Is hoped, sec l lie grading nearly, ortpille finished, and the great gulf bridged over. As the grading on I ho Jamestown end was ready some days ago, as Contractor M Kknt.ir Informed us, wo sup pose the work of laying them down before this time, has been begun, and the ironing, will, it Is expected, keep paoo with the readi ness for receiving it. Tho grading of the A. Y. Si P. rtuid Is, we believe, completed to Rock Creek, and Iho Work Is now going on between the village ami the station. This cannot occupy more lhan a few days more, when it is expected that atten tion will be turnvd to that part of the line be tween tho station and the harbor. Between Rock Creek and Bloomfield, the grading is progressing. To keep up the work and meet accruing expenses, t n il) be qecp that another Installment of 10 per cent, has been laid due nnd payable on and belpre lie J?th day ot December. While the good people of Ashtabula have been facetiously la'king and writing llaf Clmrdon was to bo the terminus lit the Paines. ville and lotin.vatuwn liailw.ny, I hey seem tp have overlooked that of their own. Captain Dunbar has, however, dug them out a pond depot, into which, Captain Thoinns says, ves sels drawing seven and a third feet can get blotred by n "northeast wind by hugging close to ine end oi inc east pier. Dill noiiody tells them, nnd nobody knows, hw they are lo get out. Perhaps a puiithirmt wind Is to blow them UUI, hut liom (Ik- statement of the JJinpnlei, that the water depot with which ('apt. Dun bar has provided them, would liu piore suita ble lor a skating rink in winter and a bathing pond in summer, th in n commercial harbor. Painesville Telegraph. Capt. Thomas Is in all probability a clever sailor, nnd familiar with "blowing." We doubt, however, whether be could even be blowcd" Int.) a very closo hug of (hat "east pier," if Truth sat perched upon one of lis snubbing posts. Our Puiucsville namesuke, we trust, will bear wth us, if, in view of the vigorous progress of txeo roud running from lhit plttct into (lit couiitry, e should Indulge in a b(t of pleasant humor over that little three feet gauge affair, running between Painetville and Cbnrdon. The children of Isreal, wo arc told, as faot y considerable Interest, once passed over the Red Sea dry shod. Should it not be told as a sort of com panion fact, that the children of Fairport for a long time, thought nothing of crossing the harbor of that pl.jfie in the sumo way? Kino City has been honored with recent visits from Dr. E. L. Kino, who returned on Saturday night last, und Mr. T. S. Edwards, who reached home a week or two before. The Doctor has been absent boiho four weeks .accompanied by his brother-in-law, Jamks Samiohn, and our whlnm friend, T. 8. I.Ay. We learn, too, that Mr- M. H. Bliss, was op a visit lo the same region, fving Cily is grow. Jpg, and iijready lakes ou the character of a hao'lcl of some thirty tenements and places of business. While there, the Doctor made one ot a company of filieen, embracing the other visitors, for a buffalo Hunt, nnd started Ur Jhe grazing grounds of this gregarious and rather formidable gajue. Patient travel or some 50 miles, brought them in sight and pur suit of the buffnlos. Succei'S attended their trip, us no less than ten butTalos were brenght down by the pumpany, litsjilcs the lassoing of a calf. In these ten, Dr. K, who is a enipk shot aliured in the killing of seven. The hide's if several of the number were brought home fur tanning and robe purposes.. Messrs. Lay nnd Sasiiokn made a joint investment of $(1,000 in fanning lands, eligibly located nnd timbered, and of J .100 nm-s in extent. The purchase, of course, was of preemptors, as there is no other way of getting publfcc Jand. ISO one can (Joulit the safety of such an In vestment, as scalers are constantly coming in to the colony and viciuily, and fanning Junds cannot but be in demand. The President of a colony from Indianapo lis, John Kltl'U, Esq., w ho wus prospecting for a site, was so much taken wllh that of King Cily and region, that he came to the conclusion,' upon seeing (J, of casting in his lot width thu people of that place, which. will be likely to give the tulcrpifte nn it))' pulse and rapid increase. ' J)ickinson, tub Jkweler, has returned Ji'Dm thu East, after an nhscuce of some weeks deliberately spent in gathering up from the best manufactories of tha) noted muuulaetur- ng section, nn JJti.usaiIy largo nud elegant .stock of goods for tho various departments of Ills trade, fijlfer wnrc, jewelry, cutlery and costly wuti-hes of the rarest, the most modern, and tho most exquisite patterns, ore tj.u fruits of his b'.bors. The sight of them raises u feel ing of covetuousness, and a longing (or that wealth and affluence which njouc brings tho possession ot such adjuncts of pleusuro and bapptocas. A feeling of admiration for the beautiful may be nllowubjc, and if that feel ing shall show itself 1a the direction of re doubled effort by honest Industry, for it ownership, this also, may be well and allowa ble. But if the absence of such ownership shall provoke discontent with our allotments, and murmuriugs at the unequal dispensations of this world, then our friend Dickinson, wilj haye to shoulder the responsibility of this da liberate aud preconcerted determination to tempt us beyond what Is healthful and snnita. ry, 'flie hint is Hiua thrown out, and If our renders arc willing to take their chances, as he has shAwn a willingness to tuke his, by the display his store affords, they will not proba bly shrink from on exposure, and rush to this baar of beauty and e)egnnco. Tho matter is between then). Tho warning la duly given our hands are clean, our skirts arc clear. From the Sentinel. less is being slowly and surely disposed of.- Between the jury cases, Judgments are lakeq by default und eonfessipn sp as to relieve the docket. A tliypree wm grafted Jp Frederick Boner Bteplp against bs wlfe.Anpa Bopestef), for willr ful absence, neglect, ffcc, . The case pf Ohio vs. John LaGrange et al.. was contintipd ou bai of $ 100 for each of thf flert;pr,Buisr '.. i ... ."- The slander cse of Miss Alexander againts A. L. M.urray, ws in the bands pf the jury When we went to press last week. After being out all Wedneeday night, they rendered a ver dict on Thursday of $09 and costs against Mr. Murray. Thus ended a case which occupied the court a whqle week and kept a large nuni ber of people Idle, in flue weather, when they might; Iipy V,efc usefully nod, profiably em, Pfly..- The next case taken up was the second trial of a uit o Wjliui Pott .Suh't A. L. Mur ray, p tup nrs.t irhM pf yhtch t( recovered judgment against Murray for money loaued, agonist which Murray set up charges for hoard, etc. Thrjury on this trial rendered a verdict again for I'ntta, of (401 ami costs. At the lime of this writing, Wednesday, the case of C. D. Ainger sgainal Hylvanus Msr- VU1 U bi ',!!( aued. This la the aeomnd trial In which Ainger sues for the payment of aj patent right note drawn by Marvin In favor of the agents of a paVut hay rake. Gas. I'-. II. Watson, Es'i., has erected In the rear of his house a 03 fl. derrick, and an engine of stilllclent power for driving the ma chinery, Is already in working order, end the Contract for sinking the drill ha been let, so that thu work will be begun In a few days. Mr. Amos Hoi-kins, who has an ml p-glon sc. qualntance with the business has the contiact lor introducing gas into Ashtabula. Friendly Aid. A lady friend said tons tho other day "I have a pretty story, the reading of which afforded me some pleasure, and I thought It would be relished by the read ers of the Tcligrniht If It would pot tie ob truslve, I would like to hand It to you for perusal. When we galhr about the centre table and t ho family compose themselves for tho evening's entertainment, rending the 7W grapli, w ith its well filled local page, on the evening of lis appearance, the thought of it lingers with us, aud whin we meet n the pe rusal of other papers, a good thing, the ex pression Is enieraliy heard '(bat would lie good for the Telegraph' but we hayc felt a lit tle delicale about making Hip oiTcr." We were glad of the opportunity thus offered to remove any feeling such as that hinted at, apd said "so far from being obtrusive, any con tibulion of articles thus met w llh in the course of the desultory readings of our friends, wil be received with favor j any sweet uiorceau of poetry, or articles from any other depart ment of literature, of more lhan common merit, will lie at alt tinios thankfully received, nnd find a place in the Editor's drawer our Omnium Gntliei tm Uhc draw n Iroin us ncedi ed. Of pours-), when there U a quantity of such on hand, the best may come into use first, and nn article thus handed In may not nppcar the first, or even the second week, thereafter. An atd-utive reader, however, wiil not, probably, fail lo see It in due lime, if it has not already appi-nred in our own or some other county paper. So, dear friends, rum oi lier the Ttlegmph, nnd do not hesitate to send In yonr contributions, whether selected or original, nnd in return, your favors will be (rested witli consideration. It a I I 1 Coknraut I'ATEn Mii.l. Our ni-igliliOFS of Couneaut are, perhaps, very Justly proud of the completion and the starling, so successful ly and satisfactorily, of their paper mill. The benefits accruing from such industrial iiiMp tutions, will go very far lo compensate for t he inability of se uf! ur, ami absence of rujlroad projects. It Is not lor all our towns to enjoy the advantages of being at the head of rail road navigation, but too arts aud industries that crea(o and disseminate wealth and com fortable prosperity, may be encouraged nnd fostered ill every locality. Whatever, too, L'onneaut enjoys in this way, w ill incidental ly spread is bepefits among us nlj, We there fore congratulate our Iriends upon the accom plished fact of a paper mill in their midst a superior nnd complete one, nnd shall not be sorry lo bear of its paying a generous return to jls stockholders As it starts off on wrap plug paper, a supply of this largely demanded article will le found in our midst. Wc hope they will soon 1 cin the manufacture of "Print," and give us more favorable figures nt which our supplies may be obtained, a shorter and then for , less expensive transportation. Thus, wo may feel ijj-ep()y, some of the ad vantages that flow froii) the Conueaut enter prise, to give some evidence of that enter prise, allusion may be made to Ihe fact stated by Iho Jle;wit r, that ground was brokou for the fouudalions of this establishment on the Sill of May Inst, and on the 2nd duy of Nn- vcmhf!f.-iiruu days less than six mouths it was put in successful operation. Lemons will keep good for months, if siloed when perfectly fresh, and packed in glass Jars witlj . thick layer of white sugar bj.'i:n the slices. C2?-Prl)cs Ju Washington bivo arranged with the Bnlliinoro und Ohio liairoad, and (:oiiiecliiig lines nt thu West, lo curry excur sion parties pf live or more persons from prin- cipsl towns in Ohio and Indiana, uud return them at hulf fare iluring thu toning session of Congress. J"A counterfcitins den, a few miles from Knsus City, was broken up, ou gslnrday-4tl , ,yiv) J. O. Killey und Toil) Bajlard niTeslcu. Henry Cole and Josinli Jlyer, the latter the leader of the gang, were also captured, but escaped while the ofljeers were examining Ihe house. The articles captured are one f 1,000 National Bank note plate, one $3 National Bank note p)ute, two $10 National Bauk plates, lour sets of fly cent plates, two sets of engravers' tunte, ten transfer rojjs and '"'W pieces, two tra.isfers and Ave printing presses, IV00 in counterfeit bills, and a rjuantily of fjbre paper, the sa;j;e as usud by tho govern ment. Later. Tho total majority on the Pcmo- cratic State ticket in city is 27,807. tiigcl'e majority is 25,64$. The State is unquestionably Republican by 35,000 to 40,000 majority. The Seuato stands twenty-six Republicans and Reform Demo, crats, and six T'tmnmuy Democrats. Tho As sembly is two-thirds Republican and Reform, The Time says j . "The people have nobly responded la the appeals mado to them. We have gained a greater victory than we dared to hope for. Once more can we bo proud of our city and State, and rosl in perfect security that the long reign of rascals and outlaws Is over, . The Wurhl says i . "The latest returns from all parts of New Jersey Indicate that Parker. Democrat, is elected Governor by about 4,5U0 majority, geing about the same as Governor Randolph had three years ago. . Learn that happiness is not outside but inside. A gooq heart nnd a clear conscience bring happiness, which no riches aud uo circumstances alone ever do, , Pilligenee alone ia a good patrimony, lo become the lion of a pnrtr His sometimes neuUsarv to make ft least, of one a self. It ia a misfortune fpr any man to find a spot ttearer man ms noine. , Iia ditcL aoea into water for divor reasppiy (lae it , come on land fpr sun dry" purpose Wlep docs a ion not talse altf r hi tother Whttl his ia.th,ep vt V.tMP5,n taV.e; . .. .... ' . GouslJeihfig the great utility ot the ocean, how is it a "waste of water From the Sentinel. COUNTY NEWS. Kelleggsville. KELLOGGSVILLE. O., Nov. 6th' 71. hUHinr Telegraph : Not often do w bv the pV'llra of a vis t In Ashtabula, though wa gt a avnitir.8 re minder of the place every week, through the columns of l!ie 'kleymph. And while s a.k- Ing of that paper, we wish lossy, lit though bs been, a wlcnntc visitor in our house for years, yet we were never no mt latisfied with it, In every respect, espevlally local news, we are at present whether the town Is im proving, and new railroads bring more news, or whether the euiH'titor across the way id that iflcet, we cannot say ; but at any rate, the Telegraph Is now far in advance of any oilier pser in the county. Last wci k, we noticed sinpng its locals, an invitation for Ps friends in different sicttons lo drop a line, occasional ly, taking care not to make Ihut line so Ion; ss to bore lis readers. Very w ell ; wc try tu comply Willi nil those points. Don't think we have an incxhaoatable funJ of new tq draw from, for we have not. Kelloggsville is Quiet ss lihihd, and all we have lo speak of is that Oyster Siiier at Seunlor Hayw aiid's for mer residence, last Friday evening. This was given by Ihe ladies of the Congregational So ejely, to. help repair their church edifice. Everything had In-en prepared In the grand est style by 7 o'clock that evening, for Kell Oggsyille was bound, " d' her liest. About 7:30 tlie guesls began to arrive. There were sober dames and matrons homely an1 hand; pome w i h their natural protectors, country youths nnd their sweethearts, everywhere feeling happy and jolly, each expecting what tin y had a gopd lip.e We noticed quite a number pf visitors the emiling faces of some Monroe Centre boys, nnd we also helped ex tend a welcome hand b"He with a youth from Ashtabul-i, who entered with a lass on each aim. At 0 o'clock supper was served, and each lad, surrounded by a bevy of fair damseU, partook pf oysters, cake and pickles of all which the ladies bad amply provided Alter supper, the young lolks adjourned up stairs, where Ihey regaled themselves wjth such oh) gaes, as 'nup and ketch 'em," that young man fe-ling happiest who kissed the prettiest girl. In the pieaulime, the old folks were departing. Mre ltU--lhen thefitne caipe for Ihe young folks to go, nnd all left the house, with one more bright spol left on their hearts. The bill was $1 SO per couple, and we un dcrstand the ladies neted over $30. Orwell. ORWELL. Nov. 4th. 1871. Mr. EdiforYnur friend Rip is still awake, and was permitted ihe enjoyment of some pleasure in attending be plosipg exercises of the X'unonl Inslitue of this plnce, on the eve uing nl' the 3rd. A little quarter made me one of a crowded auditory. Prof. Joiissox as usual wus mas tr of ceremonies. Miss Bliowji, with her smiling countenance-, direct pd the uiuiiic. The performances were made- up ot essays, declamations and orations com icul and sentimental ; muuy of these were very fine reflecting credit upon the authors as well us the Institute. Several of t(ji ballads, qusr" telts and songs were well executed, and im parted much delight. A debate look place be tween a couple of the (students, whose names I failed to learn, the subject was ti.e benefit o Orwell, of the A. Y. & P. railroad, ju whicli there U a deep and general Interest. The young incu engnged in the discussion showed considerable abijity, arid a promise pf future usefulness nnd position, where a whole people shall be auditors. Every thing went off in good order, and the programme closed about 10 o'clock, each one feeling that he had been well paid, and received his full quarter's worth. Your eorr spondent felt thai he got sometjiiug more thai) lljat for his share, for in the tiUicncc of the regular attendant, hu had the additional pleasure of seeing one of the f iir ones home, und then sought hisown qnarr ters, aud retiring with cold pedals, shivered out the balance of the night. I was also jiresent at some, of tl)u cjosing A-suTcisca of (be Primary Di parlmcnt on a previous evening, and I tptiik I have never scon students jwi ywung endowed with so much self-possession nnd coolness, and perform their parts so welj, The J'roff'essor is no common man to thus instil into these young minds such nn appreciation of their wq ablilty, and such competency lo curry it nut, Orwell is not going backward. The new tywn bouse is draw ing towards a conipjutj.on. and is an honor to '.he place. Mr. Smith Windsor, of lightning rod, notoriety has erected a tine French toot dwelling, which bi quite an on.a iicul, Dolj-h, he Phi tngrapber, hi surpirsjng tine people w'Kh his t-kill, preparatory to opening a rnoiu in your place, Rich S'foke gels up as fine a t.ibl as ever, and young Ward Stokb read a fine essay on politeness; Ward is a of thu old block. RIP VAN WINKLE. Jr. I al.oult have the young lady's muff. The Ami) van Ihumtrif A monthly maga zine for the family, edited by Mrs. M. M. B. Gooswin. For llut mother, it contains direc tions and sugTSliens for every department of housekeeping. For the young ladies of the family, choke literature, hints on dress mak ing nnd fancy work, talks about tiisliiou, eti quette, and variolic interesting topics. For children, an Illustrated department is provid; ed, wherein they can find both pleasure niii.' profit. The Farm, the Orchard and tl0 pur den will receive due attention. Terms one copy one year, $1 j lr-n. pppies. (S; twenty copies, (13. subscription may commence at any time. Specimen numbers sout on receipt ot stamp, Address RIP VAN WINKLE. Jr. BOSWORTH CHASE & HALL. Publishers. Cincinnati. Ohio. LOCAL NOTICES. ra).-rnu lit of Liver, for Dvepepyia, liar rhopa. Pilea, etc.. Dr. f iinmoua Liver Hixiiliior certain ty has nn rnperlor. It arm like a vhnrtu, ithon diliil taliiiK lliu ..mi.-oi. I have tried il honinirhlr, aud riii-at What he know. Ktv. t). GAKDNEK, Alapulirua. Oa AnvFhTivan by emiloa in boaodont. ud if yon aae it daily, the white ifleum of the pcarja liettveen Lhe Dearie between the uarted th ruuie ea will prave iu exceluiiia ae ilaatriflce, aud tha aweetneaa of tha tirealh will atteat ila purifying proo. ertiua. At this particular tliuu while llioro la ao much doubt felt by pl!cy-t)ildere of varioas Firo Imtsreua Coupa nlea rosardlug their solrvpcy "4 ability Ij pay loeaee, cauaed br tha irreat Ira at Chicago, while old a tried companies are totlerlnf falling on every band. It la frith graat plearqr b mhle toasnoanta twocom- piniea that have com out sound and solvent, aad ready for builuees, wl)lch are ao well adapted to the praaent wauls al lha peo4. Tha AtamoMoaof of Jf . Yurk city, whoee capital aud anrplua before the great Bre reached $1,861 87 l.aa, after paying all loaaea, her entire cap lul atock with s surplus of $300,(100. I am instructed by the tecutary of this company to eoullnuo writing tuaurauee, hut at oli) National Board Kalaa, The other touipauy, tha WuUrtottn Flro Imurauea Co. of New York, which had 00 agency iu Chicago, and not dollar loeee. This Is a Block Company with s capita and surplus of orer tau0,oso aa ragalatad by aksrltm that It Cu Inaar aalklag qwi haarauaa thaa dwellings aud (krip prpnylj, Im) all who want safe liinurer.ee of this U.AA frtu f ud It Bowhor cheaper or better thaa In this aoinpany. All kinds of rlaks aollcJted. Off-;? orer B'lvnMaa Hall's law ufKoe. AabUbula, O, EDO A IT II ALL, Oct. 17th, IHTt. ?U1 cn. Ids. AtiauL Mats and nirM fir cm. KM SiMlnr tlluo. f Ira RHpH'-rn wmr 4 Btlnf hirMa a rrmnlilnn of tha h-rtr thai rr-nnlrra orral'-sal rtlirf. Th )r0'm l--Cnm-s i-iifcnlc-l, AmnetM, ffuri, and labnr In lis lk. Thr mind Tmialhlr wlta It and h-rth, sink, or rr niri-Mt 4.thfr. To rrr Ikf vital nri(l--. par lha fytU-m -rntc lb hlot-lSy yt On OTarrUK. Iltvt-T R, if rm Tm Mi from III enVI ( P.rror and nhnwa In earljr llf. MiihO"1 raKrnl, Nwrvnnt d'-hlihr curfd. lmfwtlmitiU trt Jtairtajsn r- f)3va. Dit-tiMKi or in-stmi-ni. jm w situ rw-- I. If rf-mnlliia. Buoki and Circulars son! frar, In x-alcO invpir-tM-a, A 'W HOWARD AHHO(TATIO!f. No. t Hon 111 Ninth Ki.. lA,'lv.ll'V- II'iwab A.mt. . r.MiLiiat.rniA. We hsva ra- m ui iHiivr that Hint its vrr i r- that lliu'lva yery nrnl and Iruntworthr M'tituil-m. It lui Ih-iii f!-liiMnil for manr nr. Sad ha alra'a ftird a giy6 upiuvH-n. The Conrcaalona or an tnvallit.-Pnhllahsd si a warning aim f. n,j. hmnt nl tmnu mail nd fllli era. who snff- r from .Nnrfoua Debllitr, 4c., fuppljiiif Uia means (if relf ttire. p Wrltti-n hr nn Klmhai tnnd hlmielf. and tint fuM lcc(vllig s puat f,ald .rrv'.ul vlei.' Aiiuraas, jt.i u ikl may rAll. ltl Brw,kln.N. T. LOCAL NOTICES. MARRIED. la A.hlalmla. Ni.nmtwr M. hj fl. W. f Utkn. D. !., yir (nH lUai.in Hit-inA lo Miss Oi.ira KianaasA Mkruimas. alt of A-h'almla In Uwrmiv. M4-.. .Nor. It, hr Rv. Wm. K. Park. at th-' r'iM'inS! of Aanasw t'. Htowb, Ei-q., Ir. A. A. Biivr.Xi, t'tctli.uirowii. to Mm. Jennie 1. 1'uwebt. of Iwraiicc. In MonrM:. Norcmhcr Bth. hr R-r. A . f.. Miller. Mr. oiia b. Kaixowa of (Junmaut, to Mine Ji ma A. Lt.wi', In Cmnnant. Nor. 7th. hrthe Rpt. R. M. Kevea. Mr. . I.. I lir-Thr. of Cleveland, to Mien C.AuxE firiELU. of Conni-anl. In foli hrcx.k. NnvemtM-r lt. hr Elder E. Wakefield. Mr. Mormii A. KaiTH to M lap Cohkii.ia M. Ksai-i. DIED. Annonnem-ftita fre: Comm-ndatorv Noticea. half rata In (iMittl. 'x t.Sl.t. Mr. Sophia P. Fitc h, relict of the late I. N. Kilen. el t reir). COMMERCIAL. Ashtabula Market—Nov. 10th. 1871. Dealers pay the following Prices. Wusat-NoI. Whits ...... no No. I Ked Coax Bbeled Hi- Il tl'u ear (Jim BlTTEB CHK&E I110KO ArrL Larii Ea ToTATClEa Puna .... . . Hei Lixg Paioa.. Cork Meal per ton Cuopi- Feeo r.'orn and oata. fl fVI M . 1 SDri 40 to 40 40 Mtotl 10 to IS 7 45 a 00 98 New York Cattle Market. NEW YORK. Nov. 7. 1871. The pticei of catiie lu the New York market on tha 7th, ranged a fullowt : Ota ner t. Prime to etra Bullock j is j18 KlrT-l quality 10"i?H1V Medium, nr ifuod. fair qnality. '. lUfoU That of ordinary Uiin Ster. Oxen and Coat vai0H' luienoror lowest (rraoe or cattle , V ) The general average of the market' to-day &tiinated a; 10,W.11 Extreme rsiive id prices from 8 .13 The uiont of the aha are from :...10.UX ITI and 17 BlTEEJriR STREET. CLEVELAND. OHIO. TF,,CHEUS EXAMINATION. TIIEKK will Ie nn Examination of Teaches on fiMerdur 8ent. Duth at Jefferson. Sat urilnT. (let "th. at Andov-r Centre: Saturd,. Oct. 31t, nt Onj(;ll; Kniiiiujr. Oct. h, at jjustipbfjrj;; h.urd7, S4th. at Aehtabula. Monday eve. Not. Sth a Taachrrr' Inatltuta will ha aomnicnced at Aehtahula and aonlinueaiitii Thursdaj evening. The citizen hare Terr irener-m-Ov offered to board all lady teaeher free of charge. (jL-ntlemen will be h(rd ed at a' figure entirety nooiin!. Let 1)ie tuacheni of Ash tabula Cpptitf apeak ilnir inieret in Die cauie of edn caiVifi atUsuUing ibis innmic, aa tr.u' nerer hefora hava done. it. L. Jillie-h'iN. Or .t all, Sept. Wild, 1S7I. 16 Ctutk of Beard. A CARD TO TIJB .ADIES. on. Dt rooi PERIODICA PILLS FE3IALEj8. GOLDEN FOR Innllilj'.e in errrtrfnj Irrunilaritit. Kfmcring Ob $tvetiun of tfu Jijitify Feiiod. They nerer fail, and tiny be ilepeiMed npon In every cae where the iiiimtlilv Uuw ha been olislructed thrmit-h eiil-l or dle-. Ul l'ONl O'S fiOl.TIEN PILLS alwava ive liiiialun. relief, helnir eip.einlly pn pareil fijr married ladira. A lady write: Duponco Golden Pilli- relieved nr 111 one iky. without illl oliveniene., lil miiL-ie.-' Tin- ixavfw are now put up iu Ltirwt iv7.il, JLtsm e-iutalliiu;'. iloiibie llie iinuntirv nl pill- end ai.u eueh Ix.x vnn lind my " Private V. . Keveime tamp." I pun me ei-inii nee ;iie won I- Dl PtlM'lt'S (ilil-flFN PILLS, iu HV.ift Ulltrt. vilku.t Otul n.4 tire tenviue. Jttmrm'itr the " Ofiu me i in the White Ioie. lull nn explicit liire'tiollK ilecnniiuiitT eaih hor Pric: fl.MI per hx, eis boxer 5.l4i. S11I1I Vvi.i e l)u L'irt in every tn a, rillauv city and baml-t 'tlm-neliou'l the world, fi-ld iu Ashlabiila bv M. XtwIlKUY line-. jfli-t. Sole Agent. L.iirM :-nv eeiniuiK mm i.c tnmnli I lie Arhta blila I'n tnOlce.cnii have the Pjlln m-iiI tcm f.iieiitinlly.) by w ill, to any part of the couuirv, Kni-nf Pi-mi".-. , . . II now K, Sole Proprietor. New York. Sold aUo. bv Ftwler A W aikilt. lielleva -i.C. I lmer t'ouneant ; SnreltronntA Ariutmn. t'lavelaud. i Ku'd aleo -y Foeter & Wa'kiu-1. lier.evi, : J. O. Pal; er, Cnitueuut : and Sllol.j & AllllHlun CleveltlliU. OU SALE. Ilaiidsinnflr loratr-il niile weM of A flit a hula l-!t, farm c'iilf.jnhi 7lr-lU0crrof In ml inithr ifmift Matt; of cn(iVtf (!(. ?" frail. nnrl well wnlentl, luHrliniri nry ui'i, tii: iiM1)' thfin. The nhnvv In to he void will In Jit any. Tlow iih IIim fitrni will he olTured .Hhiwi, nw i iuiretu wnt;i. iiuh uue horn htitrry mid fermi;!: KmiIi-. 'IVnus hiai'm' winy. trice. W1,ni. H. ti. UK-MrU tlr.Y. CLEVELAND Opthahnic & Auml InstitV, Fur truatmont uf diem) of tt j;ru Ajs u a it . Addreaa or apply to rrol. T. P. WILSON or K. V. VAM XORMAN. M. n) TO Public So-wre, Cleveland, Ohio, Vreo Clinla at Clinla at tiic nomivopatiiic Collevo, evurv Wednesday afternpui, EA ! Try thai Clni-t Young ITvsmi Tea at J. M. FAULKXEU SON'S. Onlv cunta per po aud. ukilS SIXTY FIVE FIR8T PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED, TUB UI1EAT Baltimore Pianc MANUFACTORY. WM. KNABE & CO. MANUKACTI KKRS OF ORA MD, HQ UA HE A NU VPRUTIT PIANO FORTES, jtALTIMOlilt, Mil. Three Inetrumenla bare been neforo the Puhllr. early Thirty yean, aud tipon their vaeellcuce aiou. atwlnel aa umpttreHotU pn-miiiutiiM, which prouoaii cea theui uueualvtl, la TONE, TOUCH WORKMANSHIP, AND DURABILITY. tr"Ail f airrv rinmat have cur auw Unproved. Ovaaerat'Ka tii'AM i4 tbu -a" "If I'rfbtt. trWe wonld sail enperlal attention to our alentrd tinnrovemelita in till A Nil PIAMIS late and SOCAKK OltAKDH. foukd ill uo oilier Piamt, whlvh brluir the Puuio nearer Perfeciiou liian ha vei k,on attaiued, ' rUNO, n'HV Waruantfu VOH ri E YEAItS. Ilhiauated Calahigueaajiii (Sic Ul promptly fiif Dikbwd on ajiplieatlon tu t)r any other eBiaHUhcfl'ii.-encic! avna. aa ia a tats ac asaillBlorc, e 1 I 0 r , SO fiw EVERYBODY! it fmoiLD KNOW THAT 0, W. HASKELL ' . . . t llaa no Itl luea ierj lrge and compiat ttack af Fall and Vintor Oods! FbANNEI.g-t'onip.'sta Has, rr clVi. TAU.N8- mil Una. WAt't pmor9-rroin ft OB up. SHAWI,8-n irreat rarietr. CASSIMKHKS-I'or men sr.d boys. oHIHTIXf-S Maary and Ana al 1, thllllnf par yard, BCD BLANKETS, HOUSE BLANKETS, LAP BOBEf. DRESH GOODS IN ALL "rtlEIK VAKlB'T'Bs. VELTETEKNaV 13J BLACl, p,IQWN, W.Ult, OKEEN AND OARNET. FB1 and complete, line at low prlea. LQULEyARIiji ASD BALMmAd 8E1BT9X KTIPS, HOIflERY, OLOVBS, RIBBONS. LINEN ANH LAfJE COLLAHS. WHITE CORDUROY. HONEY COMB UkQAKIJtGS. ZEPIIYRS, CANVASS PATTERNS, Ac, Ac. NBXDLKS, CTtO Tq D, Vj HASKELIJS.t D. W. HASKELL'S. D. W. HASKELL'S. J.p BUY TOVB GOODS CHEAP TOR CABU f CIJOCKEKY!! CUOCKEUY ! ! An DJ-ually large and varied iteck la the lataat patterne. at pricaa below any competition la ihut County. Plcaea call and iD'lieLt mj Slock and Prl aajor rnakinc your pnrclianea. Remember I AM NOT TO RE. UNDERSOLD! JSff Bring along yoar P4SHuA ba't aak fr credit. I). If. HASKELL, Arhubula, Oct. 14, 1S71. r larrne cxvsn and ccrk of consume TION. The primary cans of Cooaumption is de rangement of th dlgeetlT orfrans. This darang tnent producea deflcieut nutrition and aea Imitation. By aMimilatlon, I mean that proceaa by which th aa trtment of the food ia converted Into blood, and then Into the solid of tho body. .Persons with diraatipq thu impaired, having the slightest predlfpoaltioB, ta pulmonary discaee, or If they take cold, wit1 PC very liable to have Consumption of tha Lngs in torn ol IU forma; and I hold that it will bo Impossible to cure any can of Conanmplioa without Arrt reatorlng a food digestion and heaitby. awlmilation. The very first thin; to be dono la to, cleanse the stomach and bowels from all diseased mucus and slime which ia dogging the organs aa that they cannot perform tticlr functions, and then reuse up and restore the liver to a healthy action. For this purpose, the surest and beet remedy is Schcnck's Mandrake Pills. Thes Pills clean the stomach and bowels of all tha dead ami morbid slime that is canting diseaso and decay in th wholo system. They will clear ont the liver of all diseased bile that has accumulated there, and arouso it up to a new and healthy action, br which natural and healthy bile ia secreted,. - - Tha stomach, bowels, and lives are thu Cleansed by the use of Schcnck's Mandrake Pills ; but then remains in the stomach an excess of acid, th organ Is torpid and the appetite poor. In tho bowels, tba bctcals are weak, and roqniri n-r strength and support It is in a condition like this that Schenck'a Seaweed Toaic proves to be tbe most valuable remedy eves discovered. It la alkaline, and its use will neutralix all excesa of acid, mikin; the stomach sweet and fresh ; it will giro permanent tone to Ibis Important organ, and create s good, hearty appetite, and prepan tho system for tho first process of a good digestion, and ultimately nuke good, healthy, living blood. Al ter this preparatory treatment, what remains to car most cases of Consumption is th free and persevere in nse of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup. The Pulmon ic Synip nourlshcsthe system, puritlui tbe blood, and is readily absorbed luto tho circulation, and thenco distributed lo tho dlscanod lungs. There it ripens all morbid matters, whether, in the form of abscesses oc tubercles, and then asslsta Ntituro lo expel all the dis eased matter lu the form of free expectoration, wheii once It ripens. It ia llien, by the great healing and riurifyln; proper! lea of behenck'a Pnlmonie Syrup, bat all ulcer and cavities art) healed uo sound, aud xnv patient ia cused. sjs The essentia) tiling to bo done In cnrlng Consume tlon Is fo get up a good apiwi uo ana a goou aigostion, so that the body win grow in ncsn ana get strong. person has diseased lung, acavityorabscese then, the cavity cannot heal, lha matter cannot ripen. s( long aa the system Is below par. What ia neceeaary to cure it a new order of things, a guoil appMila, a good nutrition, tha body to grow in flesh and get fat ; then Nature la helped, tha cavities will heat, the natter will ripen and b throwa ot la laws ouahlt tics, and the person regain health and strength. Till is the true aud only p!aa to cure onsumpllr.n, and if a person is very 11 iuw imia mi Kuumj rtroyed, or even if An Jung h entirely gone, if thee, is enough vitality kiH ia lha other to hca) up, thcrij; la hope. " I have seen many parsons enred wllh ouly one sound, lung liva and enjoy life to a good ohi as. f,i V, w hut cheiick's tlodiciaes wiliiiotaaiua Cnur1D. lion. They will clean out the stomach, swatter. ,( strengtluia it. get up a good uitiMm. A r'.ve Na ture tha aaslatauca she uosds t ler b Vyrtem of ll tlie disease that is iu the iiugs, wjauorer the furoa nay bo. ... It is important that, wlUto Rslaj Bchanck's Msdt-. clues, care should be eerctse4 not to take coal - keep, iu-doors in cool and da.np w aiter; avoid ais til sfr. and take out-do.( exercise wily in a geatitt asat ajsui' auuthine. . . . I wish It distinctly anrlerstooil that when I recom mend a patient to k'a careful In regard lo taking cold while using my inediriues, t do so lor a special rea son. A man wu lias bnt partially recovered from tba effects oi s had cold la far more liable to a relapse than, ouo wh ass been entirely enrui. aad it is precis the same iu regard tnConsnmplhm. So long s tn Itwirsarenot porfecllT healed, )nst so tong. TThr. imminent danger cf a full return of the UWwaso.1 Anev it js tliat I so s'::iaously caution pnkupuary bstia against cxpo.,iig liiumserveatoaa amMUsyaicrfthat- la not genial aud pleasant. Oaidtused Ooimimpl i.v' luugs are a mass of saivkwhicb, tlio pwst Ouiutw of atmosphere will liiftVimo. Thogmnd secret e-t sar suc ceta with my inudlcuiee eoiislta in my abji.ij ti sub due inAjmmalioa iiiatoad: orprurokUig t oNUty of tho faculty do. An tiiQamocl lung cannot with' safety to th patient b exposed to tho oiling ablate of win. tor or til chilling winds of spring or auttunn. II should bo carefully shlukled from all Irritating InS encea. Th. aimort cauli-m should be oosarved la this partlcniar, as without it a cur under alauial say circumsunces, V an Imposslhtllty. The person should lie kept on a wholesom and yiutritiouS diet, aud all Ihe medicine ouo tinned Basil, the bodt ha rtwtored to it th aaiura) quantity at Scsh ana pirength. a ' ' i e 1 . 1 was myself cared br this Ireatment Of the muni klud it Coashmptioti, aud have llYwtWVW tkiaS heartv'thcaa mani velrs.' h lib Ou luur aaoatly com. ti I hay cured Uiouawls since, and very aaauy hare txl by fhl trealmeut wnom laaio aever area. About the 1st of October. 1 ezuect to tak nossu ainn of m stw butldiua- at the aortheast oium bulk and Arch Bsrosta, where I shall Ui, jsirias a, ttt give advleo lo all who may require . ,1 , Iroll directions aocompacy all aiy remedies, aa thai a persou iu auy part of the weld cattbe jtvasllly ( byarArktabams-m , , , R. MACUEADT 'A ' ' X. JL. turner t m.w.i. wsw mww. i.. i -triN4'iN!Aiit mo, '. wrrdlFAICArir-fT ,..