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nr JAM ICR HKKI). Two Dollar a Inr liiear-lhlj In (lvif, Local & Miscellaneous. lllanhanf all klnda fur sale lit thte tiOlcri. Table of Arrival and Closing of Mails. P. O., ASHTABULA, OHIO. 1HTI 1.-LO.R XM. 10 (ID P M I 4 tm,. leffcraon.... 8U, Kftxtorn Way IA M. i t (l UK. 1 im 6 an 4 i xi SO . 1 (HI JU no j jH . i. Western Way I Through Won R. I'lmn'intb, Mx'e Corners, It 15 N.HIiuiHulil Ki:iif-'vllle, hat I 4 Oil in-liny only ..1 1 00 OftVe hours 7 A. M. lo 8 p. w, Htindaya.-19M.to 1 p. ?t. Oyntere.--Tomrp t Ilro. nre selling rVlrrt Ovatora by the quart for an cenla, Thoso who want Ice fres'i Oysters, and don't want to pny for a am, can bo accommodated, A nntny meats ne are In a XXX can for 10. At are In J. C. L ean fin Kit. lttdnrrlon In I'rlria, Wo rra nmv nnVrlnir sir famous brands of Oyster nt the fidlow-lntr reduced prices. Always full cuiiiit and of superior quality t J. C. t. Select 4S J. ('. L Br, xxx ai HULK, per quart coild iteats 60 J. M. PAC'LKNEK HON. Oyatera Prima Itciliu-cC. will rnrnMi XXX Oysters per Can. Holld Meat per ran..,,- Heloct Tory lartro II, II. Hall ;:: U ... 4 Smith's Photograph (Jr.llrrjr la in the hill tide of successful operation. Call and sec Hpeclmcna. C'hoTli)t Shirt In at, T'J1" (tirHMS: We aftjnciilug Cotton Warp at last vrar's i rire s TiUr f- i'nrlielr't. Yon can find a food stock of Bnv'a Cloth nt old prices nt TyUr it I'arlitde'ti. Farmer, and mcchanlce casalinerca ard cottonadea flill line and low prlcea, at 7frVr tt CarlisW. New stock of Dotneetlc Gingham at Tiln Carlhlf't. 1,000 Door,) on hand, nt Q. C. Ccm.ey'b. Call at Q. C. Culley's riiJ see Ills Clieiin Poors. John Ducho la selling the beat Wood Seat, Whole Bottom, Oil Painted Chairs at $3.50. The beet Boston llockiaa Chair, Whole Bottoms, Oil, Tainted, at $ .'.50, at John Dui bo's. The beat and heaviest all Hard Maple Ucds tcada, Bound Corner, at 4 60,. at - . .-' John Dciho'b. All Cherry Bureaus four drawers, two desk drawers, Locke and Keys. $18 only, nt ;' - John ITrrno'a. All Solid Black Walnut Bureaus four drawer, two flpsk, Locke and Keya. at I3. at Jhn llixaoV A apteiidld large Cane Sent and Cane Buck Hocking Chair, at $, at John l)r no's. Grecian Cane Seat Chairs, warranted, d. at t .'.' - John pi'cno'a. Three Drawers, all Walnut Drtfux Bureaus, with Looking glasses, $1(1 only, at Jons I)ccbo'b. Chamber Seta lu,grcat variety, from $-11 vawarde, at - ' John Drcno's. See change in ltumiige's ndvcrtiscmuut In onotlier column. ' Hwirv consults tbe rW well as the gustatory tas't! of hie customers by f&ruJ'hiug Bur. ia'sravlnj;a to each purchaser of tea from his ettdlltlmH-nt, and a limited number of a new design, entitled "I.ovu In a Cooper Shop," wl bo presented to each pm-chuser of a a full package of tea the coming week. ' - Thk Rev. JIk. Avk.iii, we li-nrn, has iteccpt the situation asPuxtoror Ibo CongrcgHtionul church of (his village rii1 will cuter upon the duties of his office on the first of April. Tub Common Pj.eas will bejrin Hie Spring term ori Monday next. Council were buzzing tibout Jelferson on Mondtiy lust, bij; with the fate of CiesAit and of liiue, Akn Kino, of this county, lmvlng beeu nd Jud;t'd insiine by the Judfre of Probate, hii9 .been sent to the Infirmary, there to await the necessary steps for securing a place fur her at tbe Newburg nsj-lum, Betmocu, Gipdinos & Co., are utHiut to re place their present engine, which fails to sup ply Hie power Deeded lor their increasing bus iiies.s, with a uew, and much huger one, rating 40 Uorsc power. II. B. Towku bus rented a portion of the Phoenix Foundry builliti for iu uuichiiui shop. The locution is favorable for business -of this kind, mid Mr, Tower a ill no doubt find the chnngu for his advantage. The fiipor'er says Mr. Cullin Harmon ol KingsTillu, raised the p ist ear on L'l acres 5,0 1 8 pounds of tobacco. Probably no amount O ' land in the county produced a erup uf equal value in the year 187J. Butter Factoiiy. We leurn, the Sen tinel, that u gentleman from Ainlover, contem plates putliug in operalion tliis season, a m-.m-ufucturjr for butter, after tUc plu suu-xsiully tried in the Slate of New York. New Ra.il.uoad Bbidok. The Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Rail way Company will soon build a bridge across It he river near Walworth Ilan, Cleveland, to give aecsa to the large territory purchased by .them ou the flats. The IlejxfrterAn Jtsr last number, takes .on a ;Bemi new dress its outtddu bnvimg been .printed at Cliicngo. It is nu improvtwent iu appenranco ei l;UoJy4 but Ikiw is the step lo :alfuct the reputation and stability of that staid old jowuaLf A Cheese Factory belonging to Mr. Stan hope of Willianstk-ld, was bnrueJ to the ground on the night of Sunday, the 23th ult. A woman and child who were .sleejiing in .the factory at the time, narrowly cceaped with .their lives. Hits. Maboaket Lancasteii Kkku, aiother f the Editor of Uio Telegraph iUe4 iu this place on Saturday uionuaig lustt.agtd 88 years. For the last four months he has been quite a isuffcrer frum a fall, nieutioned at the time, which fractured Xlie head of Uio tljgit hojie an accident more or leJ kuUie to overtake persons of her advanced age. BrntKO Qwtut tu-eeotuing In, and our tuer ichnnts beiu 4o lbesrir thekuielui to sestue a .fair division of the opening trade. Messrs Ty XKtt & Carlisle do not expect to be out done iin enterprise or iu the varied tostefulness and attractiveness of styles. JUicse considerations it Is thought, are BtiQlclunt to aoctire an exami nation and comparison with others. Over in Ubnmauk, tho other day, a woman for ''fun" robed herself iu ghostly apparel ami went groaning into the mom of a friend. Tho cred woman .sh.i'Jeketl and . foil on tbe Jdnor ja spasms. The scorer then became scurcit,' and aho ouilHj)se i aAwot, d lbir friends itad'a liyejy iitue fmr a Iwje to keen the souls We notice by the Sentinel, that Dr. P. E. Hall has been obliged to discontinue his weekly visit to Jefferson on account of the in crease of business at the home office. ' This incre(if0 iiaj been brought about during the pastycAr, and w hether the result of the grad ually lncrcaidnjir business of the place, or thu .extending of the liictoa ;e-lt and popular ity, la very salisfaclnfy. Elhtowj' Wiru iia dah of p.ieVrynd romance In I heir nature, abU'h yvos nbown, on a recent occasion, us ono of the Painesvillc Editors, with his, better liuir wa ifajkiujf out pf a moOhtlglit evening. "Niilice th-it moon," aid the wife, 'how brivht, liow.caltu how beautiful 1" "Couldn't think of noticing it," saldjl.e jrunilnnling unlmal by her side, "for nythliij ll-ss Jhe itsuul rules teti cciita a 'iUt'"(S $.V -I ' Kciiool JloAiin.- Our t lili ns will not over look tlio no(l(-(i uf t-iccilott, ni lifting viiemiil' Hint ouour in the Hoard of Kdueailnti lil Spring, of J. P. ltniiKHTaoN anil Ir iiAK. tti HeeiWifi nkn plaeo, it wfll tie Ht, nl Hie north cli'iiil building on tho evening of Hie iiotii Inst. . .; . Vti'LAon Ki.r.CTtoiT. This cli el Inn, fur Mayor, Clerk, Treasurer, Mamlmll uiiiHhrce Councilmen, a will be nceii by Hie Mayor's Proclamation, occurs on Monday, I lie first day of April. It w ill be well (tioitgll, Jierllup, lo bear this In mind by those who In Ink It iu no way Incompatible wllh the freedom and digni ty of our villiiL'C nui.linrltii-s to give lull and hfiiily support1 lo the fults and ordinances of (heir own adoption, and w hose Influence shall be cnsl upon the side of Robricly, good order and economy. ' " Catt. Footk has been duly Installed in the American House,' Jelferson, nud on Monday la?t we had nn opportunity of seeing him In hU now clutrnoler as landlord, and teal the or il t mid nppolulnienls'of Hie lieW ni ral.geinent of IhlujtH. The position is one Hint brings out the I'np'niii's pleasant and host like ipialitles lo advantage, nml the table and ntleiiiliince shows no falling awny from the, range and standard whici has jiven thoj hoiis; a nitmc and made it a popular place of rest and com fort willi travelers, far and wide. It is a com fort, too, lo It nd that our old friend, John Thompson, has not dropped out of view, lie is amusing himself by running the Livery, and then fore, his cheery good nature Is still a pari of the establishment. Vir la A meriean. The new Phouatk Jidoe seems to be los ing whatever of slrungness and constraint may havo beea felt in entering upon an un tried position, and to which is attached so much of responsibility nud public concern. Trne merit is none the worae, perhaps, for a feeling of diffidence under sucli circumstances. Indeed, it is an augury of good, and will go further to win ibvor than a mure Inconsider ate and self-reliaut bearing. Mr. Ultts has a sundy and clear head, which lie unites to a gentle, pislleiit und amiable bearing, essential (pialllies for thu'i.lficc he holds. More than any other ol' our county offices, this .-.11011111 be raised above party strife, and frequent changes. It Is a sort of patriarchal and paternal posi tion thai people arc better suli.-fjed w ith wlu n it carries w ith il permanence and stability. Willi the promise given lo fill Die position well, after a lull acquaintance w ith its dulits, we irust we shall not soon, hear ot any lur liter 'causes of chunge. Council met Monday evening, I lib pres ent Mayor Seymour ami Clerk Hall, Council men Kuapp, Crosby, Dickinson, Uuoppingi r, Slroug and Smith, The lollowing bills were acted upon : A. Abetj bill uf miscellaneous items, al lowed '.. , 50. Phillip Kline bill lor police duly, al lowed, , , . , 5 00. Dr. O. Ii. Moss bill lor medicine and uttendance upon lock-up victims, ul loveil g 00. U. Eber llollis bill for care of en gine, ulluwed, 80 00. - L. C. Kewi 11 bill lor work and ma terial upon engine bouse, allowed, , ., . 2 50. 'John K. Watrous bill for police du ly, allowed, 2 00. M. U. Dick bill for blank books, ul lowed , 4 go Chus. Mcrrimau bill, labor about illage, allowed, .' 5 00. The (blowing bilU lor side 11 Iks were re ported us being held by fSlteet Committee: M. Tiuley 19 ilii. R. C. Wurniingion.'.'.V,''. ....... . ... IU B3. Wtsley Richardson, .............. . 404, J. P. Robirisou, 13. II. Gilkey Wm. R nnick-bill lor one month's I 04. 05. police duty, allowed ,'...1 50 00, J. lines Mauniiig bill lor out-mouth's p lice duly," allowed, The residual inn ol Janu s Maunuig 43 00. as po- lice officer, waa accepted taking ell'ect Feb ruary 2U. Phi. lip Kline nominated to Jill ibe vacancy und tmeipiied term. Komiunlion approved. KINGSVILLE, March 5th, '72. Kdttur Telegrnyh Thinking that perhaps you can lind room lor mi item ijoiu Jv-iugsvillc, 1 send you u word on Hie recenl t veuls w hich have liiippeued here. The event of the. jiasi week lias, of coiuse,- beun Jlie cJo.se of the Academy. .On Thuminy und Friday tho ex aminations took place, and on Friday evening the exhibition. At the close of each half day's examinations, the Ityuvjunstic i.-l;issis were called on, and gave us a fine entertainment. The cx-uuiuuiioiiH were creiljlable alike to teachers and pupils, and judging by the large altcnduucc, were iuleresling to the public. On ihu whole, 1 think I never saw classes pass their examinations wit1 fewer mistakes and show u more accurate knowledge of what they were talking about. The jyiuuastic ex ercises were inteiestintr, as they .ulwieys ure. The exhibition on Friday evening was otio oi the beflt we have seen of late. AIJ .did well. There was a yery Jargu attendance, aud the ne.t receipts reached the handsome sum of The next ternj oi' .the achooj opens Tuesday, March lOtb, and we hear there is a prospect ol a larger attendance. ; Other items of general interest, arpjBcarce.; we hear of some .changes iu busiuess and property talked of, but not any consummated us yet. We are pleased to see again among our esteemed fellow towns meu, M. W IVuioti v, w ho bus just recovered from a very scyij-e Illness.. For the Telegraph. never mean to (null when I can help it, but I don't believe il is best for mo to keep quiet any longer, iiityou wiU un derstand wJjcti J stale that i tuku the Cleve land Weekly Uentld and Ibal I read the Tri Weckly Leader. Kow, Mx. LOiKi), if you will allow me, I wish to say a word concerning the .correspondents of these papers from Ashtabu la. It wtts uol iouit siuce 1 learned who they were, and now 1 have found out, I want to give them some advice. It would be jnticli belter for tbetu if, before Ihcy send away home news, they would wait until they see it in the town paper. Then, duy would saye iliotusnlyes much, trouble, for hy following an older guide, they would be kept from giving news which hud much better have been omit ted. J have an example iu uiy miud; The Leader correspondent talks of a light between two men here in town, one of whom, he says, "cursing and .swearinc," culJs for wbhky. This doesn't do any g Md, nud only sets ihc "pot to boiling ;"' and then, the boy who writes lor tho Herald is 11 the lime saying something he ought not lo. Aiawng ,nll.,a) j gt.u Blm.. thing every Utile whil ubuut tjf post mauler and In i'avor of hhn, mid for those who don'i WELL WISHER. A Wohk ov MKitcy.rr-lSOOOO iuiJ.OOO cash prize Js Jo he Uisjirjbled, Jettally, March .V8th 1873, at Omaha, in uid of the tick aud desti tute at Mercy Hospltul. This enterprise fa endorsed by the Governor aud best-business men of Nebraska. The. Iick-u are $3 each, or two for $5. For lull parlienlars address 1TATTEK UAIlp;NEIt, JjUUCt UlUilBgelS Omaha, Nebraska. -"-" -' - - - Noiitmriin Ohio Jot liNAL. Such la Ihc rather Itnponlng coRnomett r.Hutned by onr Pulni-avilld coleUM'OiHry, having allien the oliMiurlnjj of that t'liliu aville, You.tgMlow n A I'lltkUurgh 1 all road dropped " Paincsvillu '' and anl-i'ltuted ".Norlln-rn Ohio." Well this t prolxiby "ailly chosen," under the circum stanced, and will achievu Ihu aucccsa to w liich the Journal l o ilchly nililled. But m l,h bor whether Ihla is slguillcant or not, Isn't It a 11 1 tics ungracious thus lo, generalize out of mind, and Ignore a name about which clusii-r so many plcntunl ntsoclntiona, aa well oa glorl. ous I'Xpectiilions If Alas t What's in a name ? Installation. a. At a apitial .meeting ol the Presbytery of Cleveland, held on the Hill iiiHt, , nrrangemeiits were nmde lor (he Inslut Inlion of Pastors in four of the churches. A joint call to tho Rev. Wm. Hamilton whs presented by Ihu churches of Bedlord and Noithlli'ld. His installation Is to take place nt Bedford on the SOI la tnst. Rev. Monks Stki.n Is lo be Installed in (lie church of So lon, on the Sll 1 nud Rev. I). K. Stkki.k u the church of WUloughby, on the 28th. This I'kak Bki.i, Rinokiis, Irom their popu larity with Ashtabula audiences, will im doubt bring out a full house on Tuesday evening next. They give a somewhat Varied cnlcr laiument, und have in the Iroupo a number of superior and lirst-clnss perfornins. Our Citizens, who not long since migrated to Holla, Mo., have, some ol llicni ut least, hud a little unpleasant experience In their liaslily built and rather open tenements during the past unusually severe w inter. Bakkii, is engaged in keeping a boarding house iu the village, which is rtpnscntcd to be a rather primitive, or rough region. Mr. Phillip Cook, has located Uilusi If and family at Ar lington, iu the same county as Holla, but some miles distant; other members of Ibe Copk family tire w ith liim, and others slill contem plate a settlement near by. The land is of ex cellent quality, with sufficient limber. A let tei to his lather, Mr. Silah Cook, represents that they were plow ing gardens, and by Ihc 101b or 12th inst, would be ready for pulling iu mils. He cxpccls to plant 25 acres of corn the present Benson, und he c,prc.-ses himself as well pleased with his change and prospects, Deer arc so plenty on his farm that it is uot uncommon to ace several in the course of a day. The IUruld tf Health lor March optna -with a paper written by Addison for The Spectator in the year 1711, ou "Exercise and Regimen," and contains besides a valuable nr-Ule on "Im portant Aids lo Hie All of Life ;" "Wearing and Leaving oir of Flannels;" Editor's "Stud ies in Hygiene ;" iipd "Lessons for the Chil dren," "Health and Habits ol our Public .Meu" and a very great variety of excellent articles. Every parent who would rent- healthy ami beatiiilul children, nud preserve Ihein from early decay, should have Uiiji journal, The Scientific American s.-iys, "il contains more sensible articles than any magazine that comes to our sanctum.", Iticaeucs tho sick how to aetpiire health, sytmuciry and yigor, and the well how- to live lung anil will. Price $(.!. it year; 13 cents 11 number. Wood & llol brook, 15, Laighl Street, JS'ew Yo-k. M'ood't HotmhoUl Monthly tor M'irc'.i, is rirh in its varied contents of rending matter. Hor ace Greeley contributes agouti article upon Manhood und Citizenship; (jiil Hamilton , on Household Discoveries; Jalnes Parlon, on (lie Wile uf Deuedjct Aruoltl ; Din Icwis, 01 Numesol Discuses; Rev. J. U. Wnl.tley, D. D., Wusliinglon and his Lady Loves; Health ilints liy Dr. Hall, etc, Tnc l,)w rice of one dollar a year brings this valuable Monthly wilhin the reach of all. Address S. S, Yi'oi.ii, publUher, New burg, Mew York. As an in ducement to subscribers for this work, Hie publishers offer as premiums, ''Our Hopu" and "On; Joy," beautiful crayons, which are Wide Aw uke," und brim full of the good in child nature: Imi Pruiig's chn jno 01 Easter Aiorinng, a pretiv reiuiuder of the ov, ly spring Dowers that will swon 1 loom, and li'il Hearts with gladness, and which is also, to many, the lypc of the -Risen Christ," which is joyitilly celebrated ns ihc memorable ijior;i ing of the 'Resuivclion," "Back-Loo St uu;ts." In mi., unique aeries of paja-rs, novv iippcurjii;' jn Scri!iiu:r' Munith'y, Air. Waunku, author uf "My Suiunu r in u Garden, is Uojng' his hi si work. IJeru we have in a pleasant Jiclion of a talking vroup in front of an old-fashione.lcouniry back log philosophic suggestion, sarcasm that smiles, not sneij-s, bright bits of d-sctipliou, social out-looks a.nl, enlivening- all, a fresh, "crisp, yet juicy, and delicious humor B ick-Log dlutlies have been quickly 'appreciated by the press. The New York Timet says that these sketches, "Ji.r Jighl, airy, but genuine delinea tions of character, have rarely been surpassed by any w riter ol the present, day." The Boston Tranncrii-t says that "for dejicacy of touch, quaint sentiment, and quiet humor, Back-Log Studii-s are the best of lWngs iu their way." The A'utiun thinks that Back-Leg Studies jS'o. III. "rejueivg aud increases the evidence given in bis previous perforiunnpcs that we haye in him a humorist of real merit." Writing ol one, of these papers, the 3STt York' Hail Says it is the "best thing hu has written, and the best thing iu )l wiiy niiy A.nierican or Eng lish uiagiizinc has had (or man a day ;" und the Boston Unwwtjrt liulUtin says.: "Back Log Studies constitute a decided hit in maga zine literature." Ail'Xhcr U? .these delighllt.I papers will appear jn the April number of 6crHjner'ii Mvutlilj, which will be for side by all booksellers and newsdealers, f 1.00 a year, US els. a number. dCUJUUIKIJ & CO., 051 Broadway, New York. Great Foiitjtnks. The title of this book explains its character. It Is Ihu record jif the struggles, resulting in success, of a class of LU'-a whose names have long been j'umillur lo 1 ihu American people. They arc self-niude men, as nearly all the men in our co.untry wjho hnvc achieved marked success nud prominence have been, whether iu the learned profemions, in merchandise, jn ,th.e. i.nv.e.nlive arts, in ll.ie irad'S, in business o.f w.hal.eyc.r k.i.n.il.. T.he histifty of an Individual's progress from the smulU'Si.bi'jfininings 1' ihts topiuosf pinnacle that he was steadfastly toiling to reach, of his struggles, his disappointments', his trials, hi heroism in overcoming Obstacles, und of his still pressing on resolved at all hazaids , to win, imd 'actually w inning and .compelling .admiration and respect Qt Ihnso i-yen who ncc shook their heads doubtingly, 0 derided hu faith and constancy wjijch forced obstruc tions to give way such u history la full of both interi st and itistriu'ti i;i. Il Is a history that tenches .c.ng.ci.Ujy nud iny,esaivcl.v, by cx aniph s.- It rtppeala atrongly to young - nn n to emulaic w hat lU" y. have seen ulhirs do, und lo tread iu the foolprint- of those w ho have won their way to portions of .en.iiuiite and honor. Tho pnrli'ulls yiml illusliattotis add to the 1 11 1 errs t of tbe accoiiuls given. The book, ou lh whole, conlujn au amount and kiud of infornintion' -which tjio.st people will like 1.0 to pofii,(!!.i)pd front yhick fw will fidl ty jip--rive prollt ns wa II as jjjeaau.r.e, ,Q. CXvuZfnr'iuit, BJiuds aud Doers Smahp. A pnrly of ladioa Irom Ihla plner, stepped l.nto a aioro In Cleveland Ihc other .lay, and Inquired if Ihit vn Hie place wlu rn tli fin, surprlw, silk iln-M pattern win pur- IiimmV, anel iin l (ng n-wired Umt It , ordered three -( ml fmtKrna. They after wards toluol (hut liny Unit been V-lvei1 and I U"t IvhmiaIiL A; KyVM, nlofii, ltl7.Sup'rior St., the imu He y were iu tpiest of, was upon the other able of llt! aT'!f. A 1 Knvi W,(, A, A-tx Inive c-mIhIiI'ikIk tl 1liiinv Iveit with our Cleve-land-piuchming lalii, for fair dealing', Hie (Inn In'qiiiMtlon have (ixed llp-if rep.ilalion as thnrp rs. When nppli-'l with Dr. lieic.'s Nasal Doiiihe and niM-ompani-d with Dr. I'b-n e's Oohlcn Me dicnl Iliseoviry as ciiuslilutiontil Irealinent Dr, Hage's Calnrrali Remedy pro duces pifUcl curia of Ihu worst cased cf rnlarrh and oaen.-t of tunny veaM landing. This lliorouli course of ini-ilii lin-s coiislllules the only scii ulillc, raliotml, safe and suecenlul manner ol lreatng ihis odioiM disease hu,l has ever been olllered lo the nffiieted. The instru ment and two luedieiuis sold, for $2 by all druggisls, Oii.kkv, jn bis new store, it is clear, Is build ing up n heavier Hade than he.hns ever en joyed, and he Is disposed to do slill better if n lull and- free intercourse willi bis cuslonu rs through the TJigrnih will secure lhal end. His goods nre wi ll selected, lrch and niirnci ive in style, and well pnitliniid, ai is shown by his raimu of prices; and Die inevitable GKOKdH, ns nil (he ladies know, can't be bent behind the counter. Spring goods have be- sun already lo come in. as will be seen bv , . '. utivei useiiieiii unili r our LCW niiverilseliielll head. If c.irre,po:idenls u tiling to the i.clglibor ing papers (rom tin irow n villages, mid among their ii-lloiv ciliifens, have no more disercliou ,, , .... . thun (o !ive currency lo such imbuing nml pernicious misrepreRenalions ns Hie following, it would HiM in at il'an oriliunry mnouiit of inlcl lit ncc on tliv part of tho JlitorH, woulil pre- VMit tin- iim.i. .iv.tt.w. in i.t ii.l .J' tiitf t. mwrl i..i- 11 1 - OII9 fully. Ir-ll ht ro nrc anxious to obtain the lulot newt Irom ihu oil riuioiis conci ininir the Slllltll 1llllililV..nu..t r...,iu.nv i f U-I....I. P II. Waiiko.n is l'residtnl. ... 1 . . V . vi' "v i '' And owuii; to Ihc jilteiiHe ludignalioii against liin, in ini.estetl by me on country rough, lears have lieen ex-prei-s-jil hy several ol our low lisp, ople in re gitrtl to the safely of his liuiltliugs und proper ly iu Ihis pi cc. Adiu.ukiit J. Uazktta of Oirartl, l'a., who litis hecn In duress itt Jetferiou for lieing loo nuci rnurricd having first married M;s Lliinv Watuus und afterward Miss Maiiv O.vitY, holh tyo helicve of AsIiIiiIiuIh, which is a little more of n monopoly of the blessings Oi'this world than the law recognizes or itlloa hence Ihc grief that overtook the scllish fel low. His laiher, pr. Uazkttu, cam.' to his relj f, and ou JJontlay l::ut entered hail, itntl Mierill'STil.KH' hotel lost it hoarder. Mouhih Vtsi t.r Ashtainii.1, iinikciiiMQ o;i 1 ' Iru ht tr.iin, whs JviHt at Erie on .Vuiuhiy evening, by being run over in some way iml th linitely know n his own train not being in motion, it is supposed he may haye slipped in passing before a iii iving Iraia Ui reach his own, stranding on aside track, lie was n sim gle )nan, about years old. The body was iirought In tiiio hiatjon and c-inveyed lo his laiher'.-) house on the liuud Head road. Kam.iioao Jftyvs has become rather meagre and dull. Castle is pushing on the station at J"ll' rsou uiid if subj.c.ted lo no 4t lays, says lie il) be able to hand Ihu kes over to Hie coinpitiiy by the first of May. The bridge ovir cenielary cut, is in a state of forwardness, ni ul will soon be in place. Cojjk our ok tub Jaws ov Death, Throw oil' lliiKdisiiondent spirit, crush Hint feejiug ol th -spair, be clieerlul, hnppy and well. Take Simmons' I,ivcr Ilegulittor it is no humbug, i s virlii.s can be proved by hundreds right hi rent home. Examine the cirlirictles. It lias cured Hie worst cases .of dropsy, dyspipsia, and prevents chills, fever, etc. i ; i ! ' ' ! I . I i i ; I Mr. KditvrT Tim Faiu aitoj.-Nn Shall it reyert to the Driving 'ark Association' Bl.ij.tjl the public spirited individuals who have contributed nearly jfloOO J'or its improvejnent, lose their investment!1 Shall the Farmers and Mechan ics' Association disband;' Shall Asijlnbuln hu without a F'dr and Croitnd.s it is currently reported that the Fair ground js soon to be cut up into villugja lots and oll'tr. ed for side. All of the above questions must be answer ed this Spring. The ''Ctiid quitiiun" if il be a vexed question Fair Ground--Yi s, or Fair (jliounil is'o, urustiie stilled .tit this Spring l'.ciiim, AVe throw out the ju.bovc questions for r.r 11 ciiou und remarks all concerned. X. Y. The stock of the Manuf cturcrs' Xonn Asso ciation, wiis, ou Wednesday evening, all taken while t.he demand was uiisutisde.d. Mr. E. W. Cask, of Vermont, connected willi the Ilollinnu family of Plymouth, n Chair Manufacturer, wliiU) on a prospecting lour, vn jn Jowij tt few days ago, and gave Ashtabula it favorable thought us a jila.ee .ol loculjon. (Jverlures, however, had been made to it (ilaee )u Michigan, which if fallen in willi, might take him tliilher. If not, the same terms would be offered to Ashtabula viz : lo take $3,000 in Block ngaiiibt his 1)40,000, nud furnish him gratuitously, a busiiu-ts locution. To this, omu oC our citizens express them selves favorable Mrs JJtie linwkcr lias been le,ctu.ring in Conpi Institute, in o)position to be .sister, Victoria Woodhull. The lectui asserti .thai Mrs. AVooiihttll was lliecat usad by ci r tain tiiircrupulous men-monkiys iu drawing their free-love nuts from jtlio J3re. She jjev.tr w role her own lecture, and vas incapable of comprehending I be doctrjnes tiny cniitaiuid. The self-styled Mesjah of J'Ap Volden Age," tl ,e "elfief mogul of tjiu Ignoble Aland of free lovers" had incited her actions, .and bud brought Jtej- family into deep disgrace. The election of postmaster by the people Is being agitated mi Congress, and hits many ad vocates among I he priielicaj jni ji of both briinclKs I hereof. Jt set ins lo Jjc asklug only wlnit is rigj.it lo claim for the people the power of clioosiiig this ofllcer, for np ofticiuls iu the land come so often nud so closely In contact with the people us post.ijuisl.ers and their sub ordinates, nud thcrcloj'u jt is only reasonable to .concede to jeuch communiiy the privilege n( nominating und electing sucli otllciiUs. We be lieve tho day w ijl come w hen this wjll Ue.dono with more ofllei rs than posiinasrs, nud our Goyi-rnment v ij J not be pt-rl'ucljy fiee as n s.tetn of KeU'-goycijijueni ujilil the people aie conceded Jargejr power of 1 1 clion. I'lioTotiRAriiic yiEvs.-Tiiu .lust secson forobtajnlug pliotugl'i-uhiu yiuws is mimv Ufl upproaching ; l huso who Intend lo Have Ihe'r residen,ces tal.eiij eau tin so by leaving liir ordit at my rooms. I have a eompU-ie utiii for views, nud cam make pictures from Hie luiye view, 1 1 x 1 .It l.iciies in ij la Hju ster.M-st-opV". My Jnsvmner.ls are ol lli.e Ji,t jnuuu fa l.e,re ainj Jiayq Jji vJJ JJjojigl,ijt Jsleil, niul .are fully able lo do iheir war, Ci.lJ uud see speeiui'-us. aud leave vour order with ' , Ul- . " ' 'FiteU W Hl.AlUiala.' f.ivr tiv Patat I'nied rn.ni Ihe fniled J Hi-it.. I'-i,..., irll,. i,. itl. I,. It.w. r.-.i. - k cnillnir 1-Vb, J7ili, '7'., and Mi-h Ix-nrlng llntl (l .te, dirnlslied this pnp'-r by ( 01 Ac ' C..x,S',li lt.,r.,r Pstents, Washington. . Hiove 'i. LlUiw.T. H iri'y, tirll'-irl. I Waler Lh Tfttor, J.DiVkla, Cleveland. IJ-.x Opi.n-r.4. C. Oaaloii, Cincinnati. ' II,, ft... , . . . , . , , ,, . - - - - Juiiku for Seisins Macliit.fs, V..C ftoberla, IVtryslnirg. Windlass, W. It'ijer-i, Cleveland. Ilt,re II ay H ike, I. It. Hill, Davtou. Spring S'-at to) Harvi rlu,T. Brel. (Irnfvit. Roll (or I'lilixiug llie I'ag I '.tt l i.r Knilron l R li'-f. II. Cliii-iholni, ( level.ii.'t. Holder for Harvr-'er C:iMi-h while he'.nj Hliiirpeneil, W. 11. Daub I.-, Bryan. Cin-ular Saw Mill, I'. P. Line, Cincinnati. S. Il Sailing P.iils.C. A.Mardinll, ti'i v. land. I'ruil Can, W. nud O. Polyblank, (.'levelalnl. A nutnbi r of young niairii il peolu h fi hi. t week tos'-tlli: iti .Neosho ( o., . oisna. X. Y. Madison Press. LOCAL NOTICES. Hiili!iny it'if.i; w !l iim t 0 i vt-ryttiii., HllI(MVH) riMf., " In; '..Ii.ik! U tle vry f:f-itf uf dry ii Ii nri'l lir'. 1 1 tin Jit-h - tin; 'iliiiii"i.t lf ll.'Pll, lMlttJ. IIHIM )'. ll-fVt si ill IfflKtlfllt Ml, ': to- tnn ii if til.- jiMtH,;tin-- HT. ru- im iji-iritfiitori on i t!ii! iii'ivtiur" l!:t i 'iiunticU .hnh itn nui ii -ilh ri -irri 'I i.;r. I tou tiin.li aoj tMtt;ji, itiv-i- m;ih)nt m -i i f i.iiliHt.f t.'ii-iy. y'l ( nt n.r bc Ol )iO. Tim w ord 4 izodont."--Vui. Ii U rn-r l e r riming u tMHii'ttitlil v.iiio. in i. rtviMl lr-in linr Ure' k nii't imMn'tl of two hi id, t-fri't mid tffrmt:. U7Jt ltiili-lHt (I. tin-nil n pi '-'-; vt-. it Ml 0!ifiFttp Hit; t- ill - nn- r-.-r . in.- i.- n,. -M,l it in true n 111 I,B1' I i.r It'-fliO'fvo:" IMi'l Imnii ninr.' mi l i :-iaai 1; tue MMI :'rif:tinL' Jill 1iMiiriii n ul tic-ijn ;i:h, jt i without , r.r In tlu On liver) bin! ' 'I'iiii;:ur."Hiil"-i inii' of Hie eient Nniioii.il Ui -'-i.t-taoa i m a.i ft, 1 iuali'tioii i!ll NT. Jirt- nit -Vi rvi,H O ' If "if.. 'I'di. t': f I -i itiiii tint r"r' s"iv-rii.ii,!r i- in ii.-r ii..;n .-.n iin- i.i.iit iur pniriiiir lo w at' li lit'.-ii'-r. ,f 'mivii iii.-r rnr nLjI'r-J to n-- rt It hi - .fi.iiuo..- u- I i-.,iiini-., a',.,m l Wrh l;'1B,,'''.i"'!:'' '!:,'', (ton I'll I r- H im: in -i , iiiio hih.ii nt h Mui,i-r lKiii i iir t f-lt.lj!l-h i iin mi' 'i hi a )n' i:aiUm whi-h u i--- iin nt't.iii-iiiit tM;ui,;ri! i;..tiiii 10 thi? Dr:il t::i l!MHi "I tilt; tlioil'iil.i.i v !m luiv. citl.i r -sif ni nrl Im-i-ii I'l? i v: r I'lK , itr t'r.- pjt:tl;i- ld,ii ji j;oimI It lirif. -Amu-,.1!! tliroii.'ti'iiit I'.n- Irnili fti.tl Orc.rUli tlit- hliiiL To olwUi o!a: uni,-: y jonr itri-tiii. OV. r Mlf " I1 ii--ti,it.t Ml Il TAf IF: JMII.R'MI). nu' iHMiulur riflite fniiii St. I.otn ti SfLiita. Kt. Scutr. Lawrnr;. K ii! t ity. A(r!iinmi. Mr. J.-.-ph. ninh;t. IfrtiviT. nirt :ifl j):rt in Mi-otiti, h Hia-, Nciiriii-k t. in)) C jlortiJo, Iti wiiirii .-(.? am ioviiw. Thia i.iiit, liJif mi him'viv.U-iI CTjuiiiiii'-hi in line ilav ( mcUt?'. I'i;?! tt j. in' pa!'t': l i-rr, Aiilicr ha'pt v I'laidinn nud tpo t:i1int SlXAM ltl:KAK.aii(t lid r-'ptitRiloil ff pfUllpt tllillQ and cli rc iMiin'-ciHHin. tn ftruvurhijl, l-'or valuable in l.irtnnttnn inl aiM-ltna'ctuid 10 mtku fi-KciAi, aiiuanuk re at luf -t r tt'i, n'lufiwl Ii? anv Hn call nifninr udtln-P I. (i. WI!Ki;i.i.U. A.'fiit Mi.(mf Fir..- Ki.il mad. 71 I.lojd Stnvt, lluUato, hp K. A.KoKI), ticiit rui i'a--iii.' jr Anl, .i. !.oiii Mo. No irvuhiu iu answer ii.-tioii. v liaafjlal mi 1 n aaaajl ajaaajisjiwi 1 aaaaatajaJLaMaaal Buffalo Live Stock Market. Bitfawi, Murcli ..jili. t'ai'Ju rt-(;lj.tH 1,tinl. milking' tin -!i;;1y .-hit! Kri'U y i -e.v, n-jii.fi '.''ii ctrn flurin Ihc i;iiiii' linn li-t wi'rk, Ti'f i:rrkt l I nviivc uilti pric"- wit in ;.'d Sali-f of 211 Ihin-M- i!efri- uf 1.140 ut .-;.0""-.Mr. iim lni r i'.fta )nin.': J j-n r. iiim Illiimii! ttr! uf I.t',,', T at Jfi.tl ; .' (hio -i -r? l.lhj tt nt f'l.S'i : fill ( yiudt f t ck-r. nf 7lM l l.3.i V ut ufrj;:: & iitiii:i;i mmb ,r .r, tn (j is. t i.tr) : :ai li.-.ul Micliir.ii fixrn iii.n elect til l.vJD to . ft; i t $.sr.i 'i.an. hhecp. r cuiit l.-jhi; niptily s;ik:-.! Friday (.4-i iiiruiiist 1.4 !f )ntt week: nun k-t "tirni jit ii ad'- y:i;;;,',:u";1 lvt:;;,'lJ:::ollI,r,,,,l M t.41 ; -is Indium .hccp ol at IIo nfi'! Mr Ki-iduv h mi a-;iiin-t "itSM ut ct-k : nWv it i in ;u .in uii;tt.ci; f t uiMHn over nifi wi k : nit r I loll Kill- liii'jk on niuik-l; tjity.-r upurt ; Kilcsca l;u i.vrailiiK II) ul f4,tiu. Ashtabula Market—March 15. 1872. li-alers pay tat fti'dowie: J-ilcva. Wiibat-XoI, Wl.iju $1 to ifc-i-i'n. ! lii-it ..... 1 M Cons Mii'lli'J ca no- In tlio ear 55 Oat 40 Itt'TTKlt Ut3 S3 DniKii Arpi.t , ft J.aku 10 KaiiS , Hi PtlTATOKS 10 FiJiua Selt.isu PHieca.. Chun Meal jut ton Sfi 00 Cllot'l':-' Vi:pi f'nrn anft oif Of) MARRIED. At Cuyuljuu'ii Kalln, tin ilumth in-r.. hv Id;v. K. V. II. DmiiiiT. Mr. .ko. II. Fasi;tt, uf Ai-litubiila. lo Jlirn l,iu. th l'KUJi-v. ol t ityiiho. Kill. In l!lildut Mith.. on tlic l.'iih lilt.. 1v Rev. R, PrK Mr. S. Y. i ai . d hitiction City. kaina, to Mltp Uattik K. Sunii. iioih tuniKMly of i oinicm.t. DIED. Annonnrmnti frcutCo n u t!i ! vtorv Xor1ci. half rati At tin? Ilnrlvir. on tlio 15: h lu-t., Mauv II. wifj of C';if. Knuik llii,-h.'e -d -I-1 yen '1 In CUM of Mr. H. N il.c lhhrl in llie fi:iv.I!y. of a maHL'imi:t coriL'f-tivi' fi-vt-r. 'I 'tic f itlicr ol (.'apt. B. i now duw.ii wjili if, ami lilc iniceriiii. Iii Atiiiiiifti rir. on t!ic 1st hid., Lewis ArT;x. In II.trj)crtfli.fl, on tliv Utli iu:l.f Mr. IIi MnnitEY, in the SJ,r I jcar of l;cr ai. In South ltlrte, on tlie SSth ult., ili. Fanny BLMt'tt, L'i'(l T-l yc-1. In f 'nnnr.'iiit. on tht 2 itli alt., Mr. Tollet Titoxr- o.N, ni-ii "III yi-.u!. In Connciiut. i n tl.u JJth Itirt., Mr. B. C. FoTKn, of Uill in.tntionn. Innt:. AI the Iionrc of h' nn !n ).it, J. Y. Faixly. Cell trt-viUc. Iowa iiii 'J'uc-tiny. Ft0 aiih, Mr. Lltiik BaUukii. hi fl H' yi sr-, of Jumi; iii n-c 0'--l 1 1 d ln'i'ii a nu'inl'cr o" ihc t'm:rt'ritioiiii1 t-tii.fr Ii noout rtixly V'Jirtf. Hi ctcatti w:ts (h it of a hvintht'i iHnninh. The itfccat'Ctl, u:o we i;M 'wc, ii hrt ilicr oT tin- t."ri ni 'rtoiiftry nn1 jutitU !icr in (hi phu c. niul the hmn-u n'ow ocupii il hy t m lin.i. Tinii'v. ! u'TiiMoiitiliv point rii cut hy oldor ciiicn-its ;iic p!:uc occupicil by timt cnilii"iihy smul mid m H-r-ifiii'i-iii-i mail, ac he (fccnit to hnvc hi'cn yt'iicri'lv cunt-idcri l. , uaciem pierces? 'i'vsTk,.H,.'fi- ' e. - .V : THROAT,LUNCS,UYER & BLQ03 In tho won lorful meOlcine to wlilchtho nillictcd ro abovo pjint'iil for relief, the ilUcovertT hv liovtis bo ha. conihlu cU in havmotiy more of Ka ture mo-tovereitri rnrative propeiiiet. blch Osi ha iutiMcd Into tho vecutuhlo ktnunom for healing tho ulckv ttian Mora Avcr -before conihino4 in o'io mojicino. Tbe .cvldencfl xif this tfiict i found in tlio iireut variety of inoet ohiMinato dia eanos which Ft has been found tocomjner. In tho euro of Hroite hUla, iNovoro ouslEt-. And the early sta ros of Cohhu Diptlon.lt la AtttMiUlii3d tlio inudlciil fuculiVj mm cniineiit phy-aicln-i pwiiouii'-o It th prclet piedicul dcovc ry of the a r. While it cures tho eevcrrst t'ou-.dip, it Btitmili -ni tho 8yteiu mid purifies tho bloDil Hv ittJL'rortt and thorough hlood purify in,' pr.ipertlui, it cure ill II u mora fr m (be wornt Surof ulatoa common ISlotfli.lMiit- plo, or KrHitloii Meivuiiul dimiMy, Mine al Polnoim, an4 ilndr fleet , are eradicated, and vi'onmi health aui a found rontitution e.)ah. lirtlir i. Fryiilpela k. Salt llheiiiu. tcvor tlortu Scaly tr Hough Nkln. in nhort, all tho umii-jni.19 Uit? eusea caused hy imd blood, aro conquered hy this powcrlul purifh)f an lu-vl-roratinir medicine. t- ; O -fyoit fort dull, dro wv, (Uihllllntcd, wrVfrl low cidor of skitt, or Tellovifh lirown spots oil face or h Iv, fioquont licud acho ordiivKliiees, hail 1ata in in iiith, internal heat or chills alternated witli hot duplies, low spirit, aud gloomy forcbod IniJ, irrcynlir appetite, and Iohl'iu coaird, yo aro surTriiiir from Torpid liver or"BU Ioiiioa4. Iu many raes of L.ler ' llaaiplnliit only jrt .of thoso vyntptotn 4 aro ei) )ri.Mict. A a rymXy for all mch castia Dr. Pmrcos l1jti Medioil Discovery has no Ti ll, ai it flocn porrect cures, leaving the livar prmn?tho:i(-t and healthy. For this cure aojf llkibltHal Co HStlpatl on of the Jacuvcla i tl a Devor failing remedy AiU Uko who bav BAf -1 itfortuli vvrpooa are loud In its praise. 4 Tue yraHctor oiler $1,000 reward for a mcdl sClut that will equal it for the euro of ail the dia- A.ja a.... .arKlnk 11- lu aAii nwn m AHflnl 4 Sold hvdruL'L'Ista at ft iier buttle. Ftce 11. V. Pia'e'v L J) . Solo roiirletor. at hi. Chera- tcal Lihirarnry: 11 Senefa-s fleet, Bunalo, N. Y, J band jrouraadreu fur a paoipulet. - airu.oR iv . I D.C.'.r"A,:i!i;,,,7,' noWARf. AsMiriATION. Ko. Hooil, NJ'.i p"Jll",".i'!'i.' J'V. . .' . "L- ' ' MWHT ASfOT IU 1 la4! I K fiM to Prin. 1 I lint thn Diamond nprriattla w til Osa iviarrfaa. aptt TtMr ri.n Yin 111 Mlr from (he rftVe(a nt Krrnr" and ettnl In Mftr Win, Manhtm! re-iored. Nrvonii rlflil III r enrrd Imjir'llmentii to Matrlat'e rc- . I R..ih..l .,mu..I An. I ....kb.W al.lr ,medl-a. Bik and ( (rcalara aiit free. In eraa-o . urrm-riv IK VOL VAUT, Vot U EYESIGHT ( J WOCM) fl'roiii Mimifp OvM.il lil. m liwl toircilifr, an rl 1rrlf: thi t nmtir !ii;un(H! I' nn of "hi t df tli'ti hifliK'"" find lirHimif r v h ill 'n-t mnii v ynx ithn'ii viinvi m-fl " nr ranti-fi -:i(..Mji.f i i uU r Mnfinfaniind by .1 K Si-nf t nfi-l I it . N. V (a 'if ion. - Nmic t,,niiin' n ril- m ;h 'l with Mir initie miirk, i. W. Ivkiii"n 4v l-t-r nud f);itW h,Xi (4 nx-ut fur Ahlnhnla. O.. from HiioM ilt) un iml) bt ouialu!, Utt )'xiiLn cmp!'j' d. 1 yf.i m;s cvNriri'SiciAH' CAUTION. Tip imn;- -i-c d- mand for IIf;M.WA VH 1'iI.r.S.nnd I I Ml'.N !. Imn tc'npti'd iilir-rliirij'Jcd par(lt l to toiiit' rl-U th fee va't jl,ie rio-flicltM In orili t I pr'iti r-' t!,c plihlic ttjifl onrcf-lve. we have ix-ucii a ww ''Tr'ulo Mr-.'' eonfUtip' of uti K-viiilaii cir-h: of a firp'iit. iih the irti'T Ii iti ii)- ci t.trc. Kvt-rv Imi of t mi i in- H ai a . I'im.- an HisTv-t-t ill have Li trade merit uit H : none arc i" t)i,iiie with out it. N. Y. t'liMu .r. Co .Sole !rnprict.r", 7 Maid n Lau, New York. .Toii D. Fai:k. Cinf inratl. Ohio, Hole cnt for the H'atc. ll.OTy EDWAIU) G. PIERCE'S. LADIES' FURS: MUX Stt.atf Jt uuil f.andalliult t for 1t Korti Kllcli Martin St cheap Imitation .Mink f..r $i;.."i0 Sibi-rian Siintrrcl. i 'iiilurt-u' I-ms vcrj cheap. FIXE ASSORTMENT OF FUR PLOVEB. Kill (iliirra with Fnr Wri.tlnta. C'totu (;tLVca with Kid l-rona. Lirlii'." and f,if Iaiher Itif. In fact a lua aaaart mt. iit uf useful iirc.i.-iite for Chri.iinas. ED'VARD G. PIJEIJCf IT AS just received him Fall Stock ol t lot him, flat. Capf. and OcntUm(.s, Kaniihinr (iooiX und i i prepurrd to how one of t up Ifii eot and ino-t toiiiplcte 'lock of pood rcr hrotiulit to tliis mai kvt. whitu la: proposes to bell fur CAsli, aitd at cash price. Clothing, MliicTJcavor Suits. Tricot Bwurr Pnlta, Harris" L'aff. Snit. t-cotch hulls, Kni'li.li Miltun'Sulls. Silk Mixi-d SniL,.. niack Hue hktll Siiil.. halinetl hu'te. Binu a iiluck Llix-r.- .-iiIti' a a lar'e Hue cflierljj back. al.-o a full line at Youth and Hoy's drilling, DATS AND CAPS, SiJJf Hats, rTdt'i and F.ir Onp. SI k Capa, Blue or titack Dre. raps. Youth ar Boj a iiala aud caps. Furnishing Goods. Flannel Shins. Cans Shirt.. C heek Shirts. Striped led I'iaid hhlrts. M'Iiuii Shl'is. nine Annv shirts, llirk iry Sli n-. Wnile htiirl-, ill'iitlu ay shin., Sh ddrr llrarcf. SnpendoiA Kid Ucjvue, Un' Skin I t. in-s. tin' k i. love-. Collars, slcera lt'tt ni'. I'liiliretla.. Ac.' A lariri-line of L -nher la-.-. Hand Trunk-.. Rn'l n,.ad Ha.', .te.. I uit. rw-nre. Shirn snd Drawers. Knjiirn IIs. Co'ti-n Un.e. shaker Sacks, and a Kuod Pa;r Coilarut HM enls a hoi. iotst Civm hates ! Charier QiiLiicIiiLiiLE'C Cs CZJ Pit to Pi. OF nUT7C!l!, f l3saos po'.kicj cf I.'.'a !r.aurrc nv. t.'.: t'je c-Jicary plaua atluwer rat.-a tha i ct'.ie- :au:ual ccuiiai'iea acd ru?" ausml diviili.;, tsjejaa.-. j'sarlj-. Tiia 1 la. i tilled DEPOSIT tWS'JAKCS, b'.:'y ii'rocuecd ly t'.lij t j-.iiju::t, '. saperh r li lay a:;ort tj.m 2 .'.o-n:::e t o.- ? I ;il.'.u, aa il f x e 1 .r-x-r.i'er v::-o (or t:.o j J cj at t'ao tnC cf auy cf ia curre-t y s. . .JOI1X MA53F4rtI.D. Afent. SS tt-ooy Ashtabula, Ohio. J'lTIK.IiJal)tllllls()!l.iv. 1 r Ciimplaint nre uiieasf A CTHTH TiTNTOI' S'leJ1" and pain in Iheside. Some- iOllultiVil O fcume me ain is in the rnnniiiera e-mdls iniMitki'D Tor rheiiiuiMiftu. LThe stuiiiai-h isatlet-ied with loss . Lif appetitu.Hiid h.-kues. uiiwi'U ' (telieially eii.live, .(iiMeniie. al aasajfj wajat vanamv'tuniAiin with lax The head ia ti-uuliie-.l with muu. and dull, heavy i-hatlon. couiilcr-alii-' lo--. of ,ium:ioi-v. n''rcillll.-llied Hilh liai;il'lll sell-rt- io?i or naviinr ion nnitone Kiiiii'iMng ivhieli .ttitlit to hi'Ve been do:.e. (Mien f-om-plainiisot' eakue. debility unit low tth-it. douienuu's many of tint alinve' sviuplnms attend Ike disease, and al inn er Inii' K wry few of Hum : hut llie, liver la pei.ernlly ihc otvati most iuvulved. Cure the Liver with. DR. M I M 31 O V 6 LIVER REGULATOR. A preparation ol' routs and herbs, warranted lp be strict ly Vi'L'elaliiu. and ftlll du no iiflure.tn.aiiv niiu. 1 1 lias hoi'U uavdliy hHwdreds, ami khoivu for.h, I .l yi-ars aa one ot ihu most relhil!. citj'-ic i',t ihd iiirnnet.. pii'iairui inns i.ver on.jn'.i jp-nic i.dnnlhi: It l.iken r.-..i,-l ami per-lau-ni)-. i ,nn to emu hu. oi. nr-anaihe, jun ji, eo.tlvein.ss, slek h- udaehed. chronic dlarrhe.-a, aflurliuna f tho bladder, camp dysci.terr. oil'i etions nf ihu lii.liu-va, ri ver, iiui-roiii-ne,!, chill., d:s w.,' "f llie skin, fmniiri'yol th'i hl'MHl, nn-h- lehot'y, ,.r de-pres-don of Hlrit hotlllhuiu. ciilie.or p'liua iu Ihu bowel", pain Iu ihu bead, fever a..d Rouhtor. a-l". dlil-.. Hon.. u.il'l 111 111,, hurt. Af Pt-ioi.r..l onlvhv J n. nil. IX rrt.. Di-uj-!,., Ma.-ou' (;a., a m Si-J Aieh -I.. I'hlla.leli.Uia. l'a. For tat bv Han N, nurry. A.hi.bal.i. O., al huleu!e ty blri'ii? 4 I A-.:u;iion-, I'ivvc.'iaiL i t yftc AaT- F vir Wi if LIVER j Petroleum OiU We WISH to aay to oiip friend amt pa.tomrrs ttial wa te r r barwl of M t! krft.ra Hi-n r. r II f. r nil-. v til irnarani all 4I l this klml weiN'll tn .lahll 110 AVffvera if Mal ahnfitrll Tl.l. akno-lnliri-l h all chml.la l pi-rft-iil .aft- f.r it. I. ir you wl.R fi, hf sura nf ttilii( tin, t (I yun want fur safi tr, elva ua a call. ' Fchniarr . fr,t. M-if " (Jood 'vs. Pu(rC)i)!"' 1 UK undiTftincd Iiad llie ihitffortN lo rtHte (rnm 'lvrlind. a f'W dys aijo. a toi of pt. nnplcanut (turning (Ul, for I In flrnl lime ht Tfti Tar I A p srMin ms the rjnalliy v knftwn, I had il rut hark to thf manuit':t'rT. mi Unxt plnco rtn-elfsfl a lot of nprrliT .rM'lcn d M. fit flit liuilllj h' rvlfvfire sold hy m. whleh la arr(nrl. . I have alo rpiviwl a eon-fiimmit of'HaMjr Km ultuMHI," whl'h Miperlor to an? thltij rrir bjfnra used a j,Hurnlnif ll ir family , for saf. tv at U s croi'iiioT t A It mnmt r xpWxl', warranted wh'-rffl ordinary oil is I Hi t1r't-t. Thl- oil lf now ncd ou ail I- mollvra Cor 'iyr1 MtfhiP. an U l conlantIy rxjHHteil tt a tfrrat nsat, and U aIc tsHnrrm or Irtfd Oil. aud rleun and plea taut. and burin with a htaiillful rlcor nUil Hi.ht. For ale tn aiy qtiAtitttv hy OHU. WIM.ARTV awihthiir, fui, ia, iTja. ' tm40 Ileal fytate For Sale A FARM of JQ0 nrnn of cxccllonl .an). filn-ii.-fl ou I' It month Rldra. ZH mllea from A-htitula VHIaife; nM wnlerei. earllent fruit orchard iu l earliit;, iood buiiiliiii;a aud ver dcsirablo, if i iii'i i j. iiii rii ma n Jy ACItK VA KM on the ro to I'lymonth. t mil' f o:n A-htshioa Yilisp', with cxellcut buildliiKS and flm lma!ion. AI H 7s ACRK FARM on the riank road, two and op- In If nih loutii. Uood buildings, fruit, and other wise nYlrftuj. TDK UltKM-pJiY on Batik struet and torcral bull nv iotn on Mln utrcrt. Ali-na fln Farm of TA arfts mllea Rant from Anhta hula Yiil:iir' on North HUltre Koad. in a. n oU laud, r rei vini yard and of on hnrdiiik', 8 house and 1 hjrnf. all in oi rralr. Y?ry cbap. Aim, a wood lot of Ha acre near tha R.R. Iq Plym ou'h. IU acrcn cut over; halaiic heavily wooded.' Terms eniy. A Piniill rrm of M arret. Al. tillahlc land, with food lin'i!"1 j. j iiii.l aiiiindancj "f fruit of all kinds ; ItuMd on South krilifi' 2,' mjlca west from Ashtabula Vilb'c A Mrfrhine Shop on Wain Street, Autahu1a ; eclna, Niiler and a t;ooI a-'ortiti'iii tools. A manlflr.-t t estate rn thf North Itlilpp nhr-nt 4 pi i le UVt from Ahtnh:ila ilh,y'. x ai re of thq the h'-ft Im nd. a Jariff aid eorivorilert Houi-m. tieatly ifw. a fine barn and out hulldii.tr aNo'new. All kin. or fruit. phnihb'ry aiwl fvervihltiir denrable for a coun try reifi ih;. Thi estate Ii ofTi red ai a trn-at nicmlrj on a;r.u!:t of tie falling ht aith and the broken up condi tion of the owner's family. A Lot of aere. one fifth of wl(Wh is woodlnnf., about onc-lvalf mile from Ashlabnla Yiliauc, iicar ibJ -ult. Two Fine Itefjidrtrfr and T.ot rf acre each r Chrstnnt ht.. and alfo two on Camp Hi. Psarn. Fi ult. Water and every tliii.jf citiivenieiit to each. Alio, a renr rttcirablf property on North I.ldje Jtond near the old r'air ground-. eotitltlfi of a hone m-sry n-w llaru. I acre uf cxcclltjut land , well flocked wiiq nrnlt. A desiralile r'-sldencc on Centre St. Alo, Ifoi) and Iot ou i'ark St.. dirtctly Ui 11 centre of liie Village. A Reantifiil ('onntry Si-at and 10 a-reof exrellent tnr dco htud with Orr-naid a-d Vineyard and many varh: t?c of pmail fniit. AlKxit yt ir.71- Wcrjt from Ahti bnla Village ou the North Kid', Ilad. A uplendM flardon of nearly three acres nnder liih cttttivaton und fnll of the choieet fruit", together with a IIouic. lUrn and other apperTiiieiiri"". to be soifl very cheap. Kitnated a little S. W. of the Brourh limits c, the Ifound Head Koatl, knonii s tfc'j llliss property. A Pleasant Ttwldt ncc and Ixt pn corner pf Vine and Prospect SireetK; Kiue Qardcn auIahuiiU4DCV of Fruit: An excellent Stotlc Fann on the old Tnrnpike. n4 ni.icr from Achtahnla coiitiiilni; l: acre of tine land for (rraxin nud tillage; excellent Wood lot, builtiiu ample and good. AUo. the Thomk Booth form on the Lake Phut. 1UU acn-s. A ralnahlr farm on North ttidire Road. mlle Eat of Afhtahula Villaje. ion arrei. yood buihiinM ai.d cou vcuietitlv arranged; also, a honfMs aud acre orlai.u in E.ist Yilla-c. - ' Alfo. another term in Pheffl'ld. A scrca, 4M acraf wood land. Known a the L. W. Baker fatm. hum 1 1 Fannif or I'aiiure lands cbcnp iu Plqiouth, and ner Ahabll:a Ylllatre. Many other farms iu difTer.nt local iriei, andeiztita suit p ircliapcrs. A c leap and very desirable properly near tbe VCe aik in Ahuibnla VUlaije; aIo, ," Hnie and Lot on Prospect Streut near above Park. The Turner Lola on ( tut re Street. BePirie. Houses and Lota fi all pans oftiiw Vitiate. Wsntero Lands and city Lou iu UuUll Inqalis at C. E. UKVCE Ba1 Estate and Ins. Aft, AabUbnia. U.,Tet list, 1871. 11 Ul. FUENTTTJUE ! O Is mm Mm o -t Sr H O fa THE LAEGEST Eetail Furniture EsUbluL Kcni iu the United States ! ! A 1-L VOOJJS SOLI) AT New York and Boston Prices. A. S. HEREKDEM & CO., 114 Rank Street, fLLVEl.UD, OHIO. 6---iinii Wa utocl, Vials Sjriii s . 10,000 1FARMEU3, To Improve l.TlT'.ooo acre of ti.o bet' Faimlne Lands iu Iowa, free from mortu.iLru or othar iucumhranre. 1 hfie lands comprie the Gi vcrnmt-nt railroad (lant adi ieut to the LT 'nt thoiot .hfarc hetm eea Chicnfo, Uu.ahu, aud 8ioux City, aud liu clricfly iu ihu Middle Region of Western Iowa, It most fertile nud healthful portion, (fever and ague beimr unknown), ard traT. rcd by railroads iu aTrr direction. Now i tlie time to SKCl'K VI A IIOMi: AT $4 AND 95 per acre, upon m. lime, with ii p. r cent, interest, la the luxuriant valh y of cither the iJoywr, Ike lJfpl, th bohlicr, or the Little Moux. ' Agents at statiom- are provided witb teams to show lumU tree to pun husers. Bend for a fluid. It kitss p.icer, terms, description-;,, whero exploring tickets ara fold, and bow lo rmi li the iaiidf. couuty maps also fitit free. Address JOHN U. t ALUOlN, Land C'ommikiiouer Iowa It. Ii. Land Co., Cedar Knpids, Iowa. TreesPlants,&r:Seeds Apple and pear limitsr ift.. In si sorts. IM.OUrt, $.V1.00 I'cai. Sul. Extra, I vr., iiarileii. f c.,3 10 4 ft , dot., M) Seeds, reach, hu.. J-J : Annie. UVae, new, bit., 1.(0 l olaloes. White t'ejieh Hl.iw, Karly Itose, 1 n., t.taj Seedlinj.-.. Soli Maple. l.;mi. ft ; A.h. l-.'m, I Is illusiiuted 1 alali.Li;.. loo t . and in w 1'ilee List. Ihc. V. X. I'HOKXIX, liloomiiiKton. 111. ' A:1JTH lVantrd. Afent make niura money at work for us than at anything alsa. liti.iiiess liebt and pciniani-ni. Particulars free. i. STINbOS A CO., Ktnu An I uhlbher., l'onland. Mniaa. Sj9fl A DAY anil f x)oiisia. Smil atarnp V yj , Novi'lty Manufuriiirin; Co.. Alfred, ye. UQ HIno o.,N. Y. lit clfit?0. Nuaganta. O. Vaines uf l'im-,i)K In 4i hia, hi Oircuh.r. '7 (f Arcnl9 iirofita per wei'k. VJ I aUVJ. Will pnivo it or forleit Kw articles, patented July Ith. Pamp a" seutf eetoaJ. Address V. U. I tlltitlfTliH. 1ft B.oaday.. T. AGI K rtRFD OH 5IOJIEV Btrrrto-ICU.- Send to YV r. llaimUbn A Co., Wh. liMe Jlnu.' Kili, cinriiini.il.' ili;0 fir ilim botile if KRrISS ffiVJil. A.NpAUl'e A-'.IIC. tclpnpaldforl. " ' l"t Fon the Kirxrrs xn tuR-nsa llamillon's BUCHU AfiO pANDE'.ION. Jusi wtit vour phvsielall nre..crthe. Snt rre;.at or 1 pef iiniile, Ly W. i'. IlajnilHiu 4 .Co., Dru.;;'., Cu ciuuaii. Kpiavrjpsv on pits, Ii. SJ , ,.,w, N1l rZt I jWldaiilh.1 mm.nn I&U h iJXa15o3 I'M muA II for FU. .,a.TWI.'a K-r.viHi.wa. a I'd la s atixl. I i u a... I r, .a'4alu I .''H.i'7'.f'mcioullia7WIJi'.J ". l Or, id fitro.1, , tUl miU Im Hal It wuua auh, m. " WANTED. To cauiaa fo an entire nev work. SfsyV a onr. r- 'I, ut 'it'hl. Boita H.la and r .iaale Aireul. are i ow unkliiL' fiuia H)la atkt awe k. feirtkaaarl, aud fet nm V: 3 '- W. f V "L 1 l 'ir-i um'iwioii tiMafnrJ - j- 5.HI kinctaj ca. ii HHh--ra tf-''S;wnij-S clinic ol tenltnrv. r - v, t. V Ci.r'aad. tibia.