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BY JAMES KF.m. Mltniltir lararlbly InAilunit, .Local !Miscolinnortns. Blank ol all kind for aaln at tlTl oltlt'o. .J?",,.,,,'.""i. ,",',',,Kl'be', I" I''Imk blK bu.lni-M ( among iUJcadhi clilacim of Avhinbula. . Apprvntlca Wanted. A atraily, lnftnir'rrn kflF, of 17 or II', a l.hlne to learn the Priming lluiducaa, any Ind a plact in the Txi.euiiafh lIDlcc Toambea 4c llroilivr bar Juat received Ireab Jot of thaao choice Fremont llin. Tbey alio keep anaatantly on hand the celebrated brand of Bl. Loula White Wheal Flour. Olro them a Mil. ,. M Mr. Stkmiins, who lias been Pint on a rlHt, will open tin place of bualneaa tn Wednesday, Aueurl lot. Ci.eahrd. The Scow Perrg White cli-nrcil rurBufTulo, with lumber and ablnglts cun Igncd to ltiincrof). Tlie ankle of "Vlmlox," U iipi-wsHrlly In Id oyer for next n-ettc, llic miiticr In limnl nl (he IJflM It tvna handed In. nnd lis Innrth. imulo li difficult to compass It, ns wo hoped lo, in tills uumticr. Kiev. Hkkrt Hklck, lu-mliir of C. K. Bute, who bus bwn a mlnionnry to liuli.i, hiw relumed to this country lor llio rt-rovrrv of his IiprIiIi, rikI In sgiciidinj; a- few weeks in town, visiting his relatives. Thansfersof Rkal Estate -C. E. Hiuce, i-eq., made a purelmse of ten village, lots lo cated on Gary and Humphrey sir t it, cm Hie Gary plat, on Saturday lust, of D. W. Oaky, od private terms. , . Tn frequent showers of the Inst few days have had an unfavorable elfict upon iingalli ered wheat . Smiiic of it ling grow n to such au extent as to mutermlly ufllxt iu value. AhriVbd. Tho scow Perry White, Cap'. Bakeh, came in on Motiilu; bust with a load of limestone for tlic Humplir. y kiln. She was compelled by the weather lo run into Wuek Uiver for shelter. TrtB Tcukisii Lkctciik, announced in our i advertisinir columns, will be one, we art- dis posed to think, of unusual interest. In mat ter. U will be novel and deeply interesting, and we cannot but think will amply pay for attendance.' At the meeting of Republican Electors on Saturday evening for .the. choice of delegates ttUe Congressional Convention nt warren, Collector Fassktt aud P. M. ll.uirtia were elected. . Tdf Leavitt Uki.l Kinokr's, composed of a portion of the original Spauldiii;; Troupe, will (fire an entertainment nt Smith's Hull on Saturday i-vening of this week. There is no music that so softly nnd Bweetly subdues the soul as the liquid cadences of the mufnVd bells. . Nomination of Gaiifiui.d. The Conven tion at Warrm on Weilmsdav, iiomhialed Gen. Garfiki.d, without opposition. Tin; Convention was treated with one ol Mr. G.ir field's able speeches in luvrr of Grunt and Wilson,1 tvuicu' wound up the couvention in fine humor. Sheriff Stilus seems to have the knnck of catching rogues, however wide their rum blings, and however great their ndvanla-e ot atari. We learn from the Sentinel, that lie has been on a trip of some two weeks for securing the arrest of the murderers oI Oaok, in Carol ton io June last. Three or this number have been over hauled and ore safely lodged In jail at the place where the murder was committed. A Runaway through Main slreet on Satur day evening, ol Fred Fassbtt's horse nnd buggy, while Hie street was studded with ve hicles ajid-mnuy '-people moving about, was nccomplisded with a rather surprising econo my ol injury to life or limb. Kotw ilheland ing the efforts to stop' him, he. pi rsislen I ly kept the middle of the a I reel, ami the only damage henrd of was to thebuggy.' Geneva after a K.uluoad. The meeting called 1 iu the Hrlicie copied by us from the Tinuu last week, was ninu T.msly and enthusl astlcilly attended ou Friday evening last A committee wits Appointed to confer with the friends or the Austinburg enlirprise, and an other to raise funds for a prulimin try survey, should th'e'ieporl of the other committee war rant it.. Among the varbtus roads projected we trust our Geneva frieuds may be bit by mme of Hi cm. Blessed are they who seek rebel from Liver Complaint," "Billlouaness," Bad Blood, Pim ples, Blotches, Eruptions, Hough Skin, Suit RueuuiVErysipelas aud Scrol'ulous discuses, by the use of Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical Discovery, for they shall be happy in knowing that the cure is complete. Sold by all drugV "' ' ' Distress alter eating,-which is one of the mos) unpleasant, results ot indigestion, w ill no lnngef-i.be experienced if a tablespoon fill of Sitfimou's Liver Hegulator Is taken" after each meal. This would prevent the distress referred to and. by persevering iu the use o this icmcdy 'or-' 'a '; few weeks, a permanent cure will be effected, nnd pain will no longer be the penalty of eating. W4 are glad to see that our cotemporary of the Sentinel has no taint of Gtecley or Libefal ism alyiul him. ' We have been wont to look upon ;ils head js too level and his mind too sound for such torn-foolery. Any yearing af , ter Ibis forjiirn bops ol the D inocr icy, would how that he was becoming demented, and--csiididate for & straight J icket. The calumny of the Tribune it repelled wllh such spirit as to rebuke lliat sheet for lis unscrupul ous eagerness for recounting its converts. White Fibiiino. Capt. Buucii, who has been running two boats and about 80 nets, off this Harbor, Is about to leave these fishing grounds' for those off Erie, where much lamer hauls are made than at this place, and where the business, as be iniorfs us, is carried on at H much less expenditure ot lime than here. While It Is necessury bore to run out somo 18 or 30 miles to find a suitable deptu of water, the lake is narrower off Erie and deep wuhr U brought within bslf the distance. ' - A report hovlmr been set iu circulation that Congresyiisn Garfield was growlng-luke-' wsrm n! his attsohmeut to the Ilcpublioan party, ihc Portage county (Ohio; Democrat, published In the county Iu which he. resides, ays it Is.. authorised lo state that General Garfield. Is as unfalteringly devoted to the support or the Republican cause and candi dates as when he fought at Chincamauga with Rosecrans and Thomas.- So there is another lie nailed. Gen'Siikrwood, we are glad to learn, has been nomluatrd for Congress by the Republi cans ot the flth District, and though tho Dem ocrat and Liberals are expected to make some effort or bis defeat, his friends are not much troHblea about the result. The General has a clear head, steady and faithful in his po litical .attachments, and assiduous attention and application Iu business do not worry or . fret hlmr He will make a. most worthy and valuable Representative, and bis record, both . civil asd military, Ja such as should commend 'klnf Jo acheerrul and hearty support. Bekatoh CASRMRHf Is In communication with the Clnclnnntl Enquirer, and ni that pa per Informs us g4vrs it ns hli opinion tltnl Lake Count r w ill be carried by Greeley, uml that the obi Abollilonlsls nnd Pree-soilera, nre nearly all for Greeley nnd Brow n I It's rutin t a Dlenwint Ilioiltflit lo )u represented in Hie Sonato of Ohio by a man who Inn so clear nnd comprehensive a view or the opinion In his own county. Jack Is not n man we tin Bglned to be seriously Impressed Willi any thing, and we suppose, never thought or corn l:ig bis good nature nnd Taney even In the presence of editorial gravity t Fhkncii I.kavk. Hoiit. Am.uick. lonif known ns a leudhijr butcher or Ibis plueu buy lug u biiKiness conneclion wilh Mamlm) Thorpe, leli unceremonloiiHly on Wednesday night last, wilhout provision lor hi 4 numerous aiid (yinputliiziiig creditors. Among 1 lie heavier or these Is Mr. Johnson Gim.ktt. who had claims ngaiiislthe linn for near 100. Purl or Ibis h is been secured, nnd somo ex pectation is indulged that the rest m.iy be. In the meantime, Mr. Tnoitru, unable lo meet the pressing claims against the llrm, made au alignment of its effects, or such 11s had not been attached. Tmf. friends of Ki akd IIammonu, of Norih Kingsville, it will be seen, have placed his name among the list of announcements to come In Tore the Convention for nc ion and en dorsement, for county olllee. They lliiuk lie is a suitable man for Inltrniury Diiecior, nnd point 10 liis long nnd Useful service as trustee of the township lo prove it. This is no doubt a pretty good nltcMnlion of bis Illness for the )lllce for which he is proposed. It is the term of H. P. Newton, we believe, which ex pires, nnd whether he is to be 11 candidate for re- lection, we tire not informed. Grant Ci.tn. At the close ol the meell ig on Salurd iy evening for theeleciiou ol' dele, gates to Warren, it was resolved to organize it Grant Club and the tiiuu nyreed upon lorn meeting for that purpose, was Monday even. ing of next week 5lh. We were not pres ent at this meeting, but beiirlily endorse this step, and trust our friends will be ou hand, in goodly numbers, and Uius give the thing a hearty star'. The campaign is fairly opening. nnd let it be seen that we are ready, and until the polls uru closed In November, shall re muln' aojto use our sturdiest efforts to keep tho Government out or the hands of false friends us well ns open enemies. Let the meeting be A full one. The place or meeting is the office or O. .11. Fitcii, Esq , mid llic time, 8 o'clock. It is expected that there will be speeches to enliven the occasion. A novel temperance pledge is that which originated In the New York slock exchange the other day. It is addressed lo "sensibly practical temperance people," and runs as fol lows : We, Hie undersigned, deprecating the grow ing evil ol intemperance, and believing Unit It is in a great degree induced liy n-mis-taken idea of sociability and politeness, lb r: lore, with a view of mitigating this evil in a practical way, we hereby pledge ourselves lo pay only lor llio liquor which we nurxclvcs drink, and lo abstain Ironi drinking any liquor miicti ouicis pay lor. Hus pledge would seem to imply that its signers have never spent a cent lor whisky themselves, nnd have always drank at the ex pense of their friend. They do not appear lo hciilraid of being injured by Hie liquor winch they pay for themselves, but apparently only desire to bo protecled from the liberality ol others. The Pieiis, &c Work upon E.ist Pier, whiclr has been thrown ctmsiderubly out of line by freshets, is undergoing 11 leveling up by the hand of Mr. Bi'Rrinuton, of Conneaiit. The leliing of the excavations between the piers, Iu the expenditure of the appropriation of last session, is, we are (old, advertized, and bids are lo be received and Hie contract ward ed during the present mouth. . The contract for dredging for Hie A. Y. & P. docks, and widening of the creek, as w e lenrn, Just noiove the bridge, Is also to be let during the month of August. - Ground has been broken on the f.ice of the bill opposite Hulberl's yellow ware-bouse, and the earth is carried out well towards the bench, in a line willi the old sand road, ami though the working force is not very heavy, the resident Engineer is advertising lor more hnr.ds, with the intention, we believe, of throwing more vtaor Into the work. It is Ibis harbor work, nnd the facilities for an import and export commercial business, Dial our hopes centre upon iu a word, the making of tills point n terminus of the line. TheOi.d Buiiyinu GitotNU, in the rear ol public school premises nnd iu a central portion or the village, long since ceased lo be used for the purpose ot its design, and uot only so, but ninny 01 iiiu remains 01 inose; lieretolore bu-. rUd lliere, have been removed lo Chestnut Hill Cemetery. Tho neglected condition of this spot! a portion of It being iu daily use of the children of the public schools for n play ground, and Ihe balance being over-run and become, an almost impenetrable taieket of lo cust, having long sluce lost all respect or ven eration in 'the public mind, would seem to suggest, that if (here are now living, nny lo care' for the memories of tlinu still sleeping there, tliuUhey should also be removed w ith out delay. . This pint was conveyed to ihe township Ibr a "burial place, w ith the condi tion, that when 110 longer .held for that pur pose, it should revert to the successors of the griitiJ,orj. These successors have been, alter considerable investigation nnd search ol' re Cords, Ibiind In be the two sons F. 8. nnd 7. It. of Alfred Hkndry, late of Ashtabula, deceused. Tills fact w as ns unknown to them us Id the public, until alter these researches. The purchase of their reversfonni y interests, would enable the town to. appropriate the premises lo school purpose by lidding them to the school grounds which they adjoin nnd which nre found lo be sulllcienlly circumscrib ed for the grow th uml Increasing numbers of clilldrcu nnd youth attendant upon the public schools.. The effort has, therefore, been made lo purchase the interests Of these young men, but the price set upon them is such that the authorities do not deem it prudent lo buy nl such a rate, and In the meantime, the spot Is left in the condition stated, reflecting but Utile credit upon plaoe or parties. How long this state of things will continue, of course, no one can tell. The township is the only psriy thnt can make the purchase with any hope of advantage, and ns the owners of the reversion, ary interest can negotiate with no other pnr tles, with tho expectation of ns liberal terms, there is hope at lensl, that such terms as may be deemed fair by both parties may at length be agreed upon, uud Ihe acquisition bo made in favor or the schools, for which it Is so much desired. ., When the building of a new school house, such as will merge. the several new in use a lime not far - in advance per haps this spot will then become of much im portance, In giving coinmodlousness and sym metry to Ihe school grounds, and until that time, we suppose (here need be no urgency for its purchase. The hope is therefore in dulged that terms may be agreed upon for a purchase before (Ust time shall have arrived.' , a Rail Road Matters. Railroad new s Is In no w ay startling Ibl week, although steadily progressive. The Juuicniown Branch is soon lo uc uccomuio dated with the second arm of Ihe Y by which to reach the Lake Shorn line. Contractor M' KttNXiM is pushing the work, taking Ihe ma terial for tilling Iroui several points along Ihe line, Irom lliu lide running perpendicu lar lo the Hack, upon I Ik; laud of Wm. Hum phrey, aud from lliu space oil Ihe road 1k Uccn the premises ul bit. Zeilu and bumin I Jluiuphicy, op,ioaiie lliu station. I ne rouU is logo lino imu 011 Monday nfkl, as has been staled, when Ihe whole oil Iralllu Inat h..s lieretolore passed round by .rie, will pjn, llirougli this place by this more mrrci route, and ou a Couliuuous line ol Hie Lake baoie company. 'l liu Senttiwi says Ihein w ill 00 a passenger ir.iiu eucu wuy about uooii, ui'iliug rfl Jillil'aOII. I raekluying upon the A. Y. & P. Is stretch ing along loiturc the souih.rn line ol Ine county, liclorc inu render peruses mis nriicli, ttock Creek will have U-cii leuencd. boon liillu detention is ipc.cd, we iru loUl, ul this poml, lull 110 time will he !ol oy wailing, is lliu vw.r.t 01 luvilnu p will Lit leowiuu lo lor keeping u.i.igs muting. Al the Aiiitlliiliuig telebrulion, llic subject W as siurud of having u lnli old Inuu ut Mor gan, tt lieu Ihe road should reach 1 11 at place, llic suggestion met Willi general lavor, mid the thing lias been tulaed of since wilbsomu enthusiasm. For the lurlhclancu of ilje plan, our Morgan liieuUs had a meeting on Monday evening last, und il Wus deUiuiiuud dial a pic mc Cclcuralion should be held ut thai place, on Wednesday next, A;igul in. A conver sation Willi one oi tue tareelors, ou TliiirsOny morning, siiuwcd a willingness lo liu ihertue ulijecl, could Hoc. can led out will, out iutcr rupiion or suspension of Ihe working lorcc upon the line. No coiisuliiilion or arrange ment, hoixcvtr, had luliell place, bat the plan, luoiijli comiiigeiiily prjbiule, was suirouiu.. etl Willi soinu tlilUcillli.s, which, if coii.rol... hie, ihe con. inoii wish might he gratified. One 01 Ihese dilhciillies arises Irom Hie iniliihei's along Ihe line Unit would join on such an oc casion, probably much Uoi,dlhe ptvscni ear accommodalion of the company As w as sullied by Ihe Hip to Auslinburg, litis is only sutlicient for about 4'Ki pirs-ms. It w ill be seen, therefore, that this would operate ns a serious impediment, uud we ure unable ut Ibis lime to make tiny nuuouiiceiiieni of the cele bration. tiincu llic above was in type, we huve re ceived a note from our K ck Creek friends, for publication, announcing a pic-uic Celehrulion, one Wednesday next, but a conference w i:h some of lliu Directors of the Company does not authoriz - us lo modify Ihe above. What the Editor knows about Gardening, FROM A FEMININE STAND-POINT. Borne of those who huve met (he Editor so cially, ol late, may have been entertained by a glowing description of the magniticent growih of bis corn, lowering in bight, us lie assured us, nearly lo the top of the neighboring trees. With curiosity roused by his eloquence, some knowing ones nude n visit lo this marvelous patch of corn, -mil found Unit the Editor had given u perfectly veracious account of thesiz'j oT the cam s, but til is Tor his luqK-s of n succu lent harvest, it was all cunu I isot one car of corn appeared ! Evidently, the Editor had put in his seed lo thick. The verdict of the Investigating committee unanimously deliver ed, wus, that journalists nre not necessarily agriculturists. To support this last proposi tion, let ine mention 11 no t her lillle peculiarity of the Editor's mode ol' cultivation : He pio cures n valuable plant, sets it out withe ire, allows il lo. rem liu, perhaps, for 11 season, when he discovers for he has an artist's eye for beauty that it would look belter In anoth er position. It is then iransiyrrcd to Hint po sition, where il remains but u short lime beloiu belter place is round. Successive uprootings either ends the lite 1 1 the plant, or so impairs its vigor that it maintains but a feeble and pre carious existence, while the Ldilor is Idled with astonishment, that 11 plant so nurs-d and tended, should languish in such nn ungrateful manner, liivuling the great Horace in Ids farming skill, Ihe climax of bis w isdom is reached in his management of his diorynrd rosis determined that Ibcy shall grow with in prescribed limits, instead of cutting oil' su perfluous shoots, ns a in an ol less original genius would do,, he sinks broad, iron orearlh ei 11 cirlets around their roots, thus culling oil' moisture und freedom. The poor rc-.es, like any other delicate, tiling, resent this Iron rule, and give him grudgingly, only n few imper lect blossoms. Thesu ure a few only of llic evidences of what the Village Editor knows shout gardening, but Ihey ure-sulUcieul, per haps, for the present. ONE OF THE COMMITTEE. Gallantly, nml perhaps it lillle (car ol further ridicule, admonish us that we had bel ter uot undertake nny defence of lliu versaiili ly of our iiltaiiim.-nls. As things are, a lady may minister almost nny kind of scourging. and a man would hardly be sustained in tak ing the defensive. When times change, how ever if they ever do nnd women gets their rights, und plant themselves upon nn equality wilh man asking no favors, and disdainfully refusing any, lids kind of handling an Editor's reputation wiUthen bu met as it Usserves. Until thai lime, forbearance is both a necessity and a virtue, uud nil we have to say is "L iy on, M'Uutl'l'' While the Editor's table Is gar' nished, as it lias been for a week past, with smoking hot corn, gathered from Ibis con demned patch, Iu will probably bd able tu stand il. Tut Coiiueuut people met on Wednesday evening last lo form a Grant and Wilson Club and orgaulze lor Ihe canvass. The call, which appears iu the Jtejiarter, Is signed by u host of sterling Republicans of Connenut. Book Notices. The Phrenological Jovrnal for August, main tains Its high place among our leading month lies. . ISooiey't Seketion of Comic. Songe, in serial numbers, price 50 cents. Boosey fcCo.,C44, Broadway, X. Y. This number contains 8 ol these songs as sung by leading comic vocalists. Pctereon'e Mutical Monthly A: 04 page quarto contains a variety of music for the month or Annus!, 609, Broadway, N.Y. 80 cents a number or f3 per annum. The chenp. rsl nnd best mode of procuring the popular music or the day. Hare OrronTTKrrr ron Aoentb. Wood's Household Magazine, sends out benultfully llnted Cmyon pictures representing the bends of a litlle boy aiid itlrij and "Our Hope." and "Our Joy "denr, bright, happy litlle faces. Prang & Co. originally publisued them at $4, hul they are now offered with this Magazine lor one year at only (1. 80. They are to be in troduced by agents, who are allowed a hand some commission which makes a dcsiurble businss for canvassers. While the Magazine U richly worth the money, the pictures are charming,' For lull particulars addesa 8. 8. Wood 4 Co., Kewburgh, N. Y. Mirrt's Mdskom The bright page, hindaom Illustrations, Ihterenlng sPiriea, sound morals nd (fond manners luughi in this popi lar monthly, esplain Its gbul weleoin among Hie boys and j(lrl. The inimbir is n gem. Terms 1 .50 a year. Horace ji. Fiixtn, Publisher, B iston. r'citiu.NKR. The Anaml numls r of hcrib- tier opfii wiili nn nriiclc on " Vnchls slid ,. , '. , J XiichtiMK, Which will he rend with interest by ihlambrs. lollowed by one on ,he gr.phlc an. W hich is lull of cuii mi inioi in Hion ilh K- g.ud 10 (he origin anj progren i.r engraving, lo winch tleparlmi nt the sk. leli is confined. 1 he serial, " At Ilis Giles" U Co'lllillU' d Willi ii.or ...I. ..r l..i..r... i . . I .1 . , . iiiir using interest, and ll.e whole iiumber is qulle hp lo its prc.rei osnri 1 Tiik Hi. raid 0 Ik.tllU for August conlains four Very Inlcrcliug arlielea; one on " The Philosophy of Ine E luc.ilioii of Children," one 011 " Tin: Us- s of Adversity j " one on Ihe "Girls Kl.1d.1ing Medicine;" and one 011 "Farm Lite." Kitlnr of ihesc uriicbs Is worm ihe full price of ihe .ltazlne. The 'New York Tiiinuit-' siys, "As n ' preacher of lightcoiisi.ess' in Ihe department of PliVsical Culture, it enjoys the aid of i;u m. lous sound think. 11 and alii .- w rit.-is." The'Mounlain Echo says: "Ibis is one of tievtrylew pub;lc.ni ms Unit we can ion s.l iiliously recouimend lo cverbody." The ' N. Y. Evening lW says: We rn-i always coinmeud this Journal without qu'alili cuion. The ' Chic igo Advanc-' savs : " It U caie lully and closely pa.-ked Ironi'c.ver lo cover." Adilress Wooo A; Hdmirook, Publishers, 13 Laight Street, New Yuik. Saybrook. Mr. Xenophen (j iniion was knocked off a load of h iy w hile driving into bis barn, last Saturday. The load w as very large und lie was driving rapidly s i thai Ihe horses c.uld gel into Hie harn wi.li il ; bill the load w as higher than he llioiight, and he wits struck by n roller, used 'for butchering -put poses, and s n.ved oir Ihe hind end of the load, Btriklng o I Ins should rs uiioii the ham II mr. lie was la :en up insensihh.- and carried bilo Ihe bouse and a physician Dr. Hubbnrd sent Ihr. 11. s 1 ijiiil -s are iut-rual no bones being broken, lie is now slow ly recovering. A concert wasiveu by the children nnd young people belonging to the Melhoilist Sun day School last Sunday eve., iu their church, uml was very largely attended ; b -big the Hist given by thenij was quite a novclly. It con sisted of singing which was the main realure, essays, declamations etc., uud wus a grand suc cess. J. W. Sims Is their worthy superintend ent, and seems the right man in Ihe right place. Mr. ('has. Van Allen b ads the singing and liis w ile presides at Hie organ. Prof. I). B. Walker sang a solo, "Singing for Jesus," and rendered il finely. O.nar G.lleli read an essay, which was characteristic, and one g jod old hrolher said lo another good old brolhci, "Did you take a-iy of thai licking V" We ure gla 1 to learn lliat we shall have otlurcoucerts by the school.' We bad a lecture b:sl Tuesday evening by Miss Mary Ne.nl, of Salem, O., on Temperance und Prohibition. It was made up mostly of ubnsc of 1 lie churches for not ' allow ing her to use their houses, uud nn appeal for a collec tion. Ashtabula must bu 1111 awful place to live in, if what she said wus true. She called it the "lowest, most God-forsaken hole. she ev er visited,' und gave ns the reason of il ihey wuuldnol allow her the use of their churches to preach poliliis in. She lectured in llic Congregational church, nnd sent the Melhi. dist church lo II ali iix lor refusing lo open Iheir Jiouse lo her. According to her, Greeley it to be our next President, so we might as well give in nt once. She ciiine under lliu uuspicts of no party or person, bill said she was 011 her ow n hook nnd IhnlGod sent her INDEX. Iliiiutiiiitai unisin -bus croppeil out in n new I'oiin in liosUui. Ainootr the latest insi it uiioiis of tliut city of jubilees is 11 iiu'iiiline; nnd repairing siieiel y composed nt w omen, who ttiulei take to sew on buttons, d.iru Htockiners, and perform oilier kindly services lor unprovided bachelors. Tlie followine is from 11 tipci-cli ileliv ered liy Dr. Chiipiii : "I lovu to licar the riiiul)liii; of llio slc.mi 'potver press oeltcr limn tin ratilc'tinii roar of uriil lery. It in silently nil ticking uiul vtin ishing the Mulakotl's ot vice ami llie Ue ilans of evil ; nml its parallels nml ap proaclies cannot lie reuisteil. I like tlie click of lliu type in llic composiiier stick ul thf compositor belter than the click of musket in ilu hands ot- the soldier. It lieai'8 n leaden incsscngcr of dendlier power, of sulilimer force, ami if a surer aim, which will hit its mark, though it is tt thousand miles nli'-ad. Clehk or Cojimos Pi.EAa. Tlio nadoralffnoil,' having received viililclciil I'licoiiiaeenicnt from Iiiu frluuda 10 warrant liini hi doing t-o, oll'ura liimaclf r. a candidate for Clerk nf lliu Court of Coininoa riea enhject to tho dcclrlon of the llupubliuiu uoiulnatlny Convention. SiMUtL I'lCISETT. Audover, Ohio. . C'lxhk or foil mix I'lkab. The auhfertber will bo a cnudidatu for nomination, before the Kcpabllcan Noinl iiutliiif Couvciiliou, fur Ihu olllcu of Clerk of Ihe Court of Common Plctii. D. C. Li.nu&let. Eowaiid lUuuiiM), of North KIiii-vIIIh, la propofed by hit frluuda a candldulu for Inllrruary Dlroctor, iiiIiJl'cI to lliu actijn of the Couuty Convention. Want Voteiu. The Rcpnllcaii Convent lou wlil bj askoJ to decide whuilier Aaa Lamb ahall receive tho notuluatlpn for the office of Clerk. INDEX. Ashtabula Market August 2, 1872. Duutura pay tho following I'l.cna. Whkat Nol, White (too no No. 1 Ited J to Conx Slielk'd to do lu tho ear ' A3 Oata 3 BcrrEn 14 to IS ClIBESE SlOl) DlllEO AlTLKI t Laud 10 Euoa.,! 15 Potato, new 40 to 60 FLoun Sbllinu Prices Conn Mea.-por ton ' M 00 Chopped Feed Corn and oata ss ot MARRIED. In Geneva, Jnly 101 h. at the rcldence of the brlde'a father, by Her. A. C. Tibbltia. Mr. Conai UoeKiKaaud MIm iii ar U. Tcttle. both of Ueneva. DIED. Announcmenta free: Coiniuuudatorv Hotlcea. half rata In Avhtabula, on the Stub, ult., Uobebt DnATTon, 8ea., ajed m yeora. In Hayb rook, on the 28lU nlt IIaiilow Puinpie, In b la 79nu year. In Klneavllle. on Ihe S5lh nit., of Internal Cancer. Jokeph Maltbv, well known aa a former realduut of Aabiabula. In Jeir.riOD. on tbe S7th nit., Mr. Julia A. Dahet, wife of L. A. Bailey, and eldeat daughter of W. K. and il. I). Tilua, ai;d ID yuara aud V moutUa. In Andnver, July lttlb. after a brief lllneaa of ktran (tnlated llerula, Vuwaud Uanaon, aged Ml yeara. In Conneant, Jaly Ulb, JoaBC Yobk, ased Tt yeara. Mr. York wae one of our oldeat aettiera. having realded In tho vlcluity of Conneaut alnca lttM. At the Con tor or Cherry Valley, July Mth. at the reel deuce of bla eon, Yelorae Hoot, Wauiem ltoor, In bla IB year. In Conneant, July Wtb, Mra. Naect Boxht, aged M yeara. In Conneant, Jnly Itih, of eonaaroptlon, Majua, wife of John Deaber, aged al yeara. la efetaea. Jly 13, CaaaLarri Meaji, aed TT eara LOCAL NOTICES. Th Troth an Adtrrrrl.loE Klrdlnm - K' .'r a ln'ljr tt'ii. iiw, trumaul l..u..M e ,ei ,..r mi.iiili. l! a-lv.!, ti... ihe ariiHa. J 1- rta.r ., i,..r ' ! Mriidi ai of II. txu llrum, i . uil fl.i k"ra I ii'lr fnifnrn, 1111 lin.iirlijt r.ma IS la : ihe r'liw In Whntli lle,y Km .-t 0.- !.,. ti,. II, l.ri jlh tl. .1 ttullii through He m I. eel the briot o June. i ix t lignlu OI111.. reml 10 a. ' ' I-d .- livn.i ....r. if ,,.n I """I" n lVll II. . ll ,1,11.. If l,.,. f,y f , '" e.r: 1- a to t n i, .iinn.,,' .hmui. fi,, rlr,'... J!?.' an. it .fit.. nit 1 -1 twrl in l Hi- mimf of a 1... 11.. - 111 i' 11 ut, n nl. 11.1.1. 11 .tie!. pin..,i.,. ..i,.t ..1... Hl.-STA1I lilTTl ll.. Ill" Wll'l e, .,,,. , ,(' I'l I ik Hurl I. i.v the rfll.lililv Httli tilaih II ..... tt) ill'iinli-re-i .t.imneli ni.il i,.e .Itn'leted ni ri- i(. te. I a ff '"lv" -'''"' "'-i''1 ' f mei,l-iiml lu-erl,, hi. I t Ihu -i ll ul Hi f:.,Tii;.lnil t. Tim i,Lelil m Ihe .1, ri of t uyar. mi . n..-.,,, n, ,.,, ,,.t,,.,.''r I '' .' '"' 'f'" m-tl-liial .0..' fh-i 1. ' l'"' lint-rs i 11 . ile . i,ej anI; . i,,i,,,rB. u-:j n-eiifs uiiM.ai mis 1 .fr,hiiiivB ln. Tiny Wielt feriit.-iif se't to:.- l',mo. sn tu hop- ,,f le-iliN of tin-li a. iule r'linp ao',. of rt-r-1.- a-it.-.tn a I II.: nl I. in, nt I o . W'i .i. I 11111.11. art tud-KVulln lof'.ii-l uim ilir nloc un lai d.c 11. . Hollow rill.-v-- 'f, t-i ax L'ti liter I--, III, ,1. 01, 1, eoiie. I'l-'i' Inn. h.Mll'y M-t.llI.e. i-k I.i-iiI.,i I,. .. r -,r. ,1 j..,.,.. H ,nI,rt til - nia'lv,. nn, 1 ni i,.. .,,. ,iir. (,,..( , . , , ., ol Ihe.e I'il ,,. Hoi ; Mt'. ;, .-,,.. .- jj.j,.,. tJ c yt p'T Ih-. Ask f,.r ne njle; iu '..III It I'l.ui.i.r- I'l'I'liH i no real Diei'lehii' ever ;n" a ct It e rn.l-J x!iul irl- t hi -h t'a.n.rla l.n. ilmi.-. Oi.e "i-eii re- lal Ihelr csin rli l;ro of lis fi it eCn-o lo ain tt rr. Il . Ins tc-'liit.le pie uiintii-li. jerfeet y tulhia-- ; I- n-r-1 t 0. l.il;e: iUi r not ,!i-n, .. r trf;.e. I.nl r euiui, : srwi-in. an! I. .ine lo 0:1, rale tt l.en all in her rem- it!e h ite (tilefl. . Auv i'-rM.n v. Imi l.a n t oel t..,.,ri , 1, r simnsi'li AeKe.f; teniae, (.ri.iip. Hjinler tj-.V' onin-. ' Pi'tv.or iler.nnfel l.tver.wili 11 ver s-eii ne iwtu.ei.tn j- - flit. Inter I'llli-. or V:ir- otir v..,. T!i- 11-e.ria enh- ' mill, iieiilii-r Mineral-. Morphine nor .M. i.l.ol. 15 i.- ! wiolhtlig. quletinir e fleet it prixhu'ei niioin.) r'.w,: m i j l pnrilciilar jrniUpt.'d to irjine aail e.:t!,ln . i-liililren. ; It ronia Inn : cent., me on Ib.iiI wt aive n.rnr ; -li Il ir. ill (hicti.r.' Iiil!s. The Canlaluii-. an In vwll-l.-Tnl i..o.-i ! n a warnitiiar.il for tint h-neili of ..una' mt-uatii; eiii ; urn. who i-uIT-r from Nervoun Duliibi), I.or of .Vn.- : howl, etc.. i-tip:;lj l.ig j T IB MKASs F fi' I.F-f t iK. j V ritten liy on- who hi. rtire-l titnirelf. r.rirl ulit free . on ri'eeiTiita pot-t-pii'lrhr-, leil V-!',pe AiMram, KAT1IAMI.1, KIVIMIIt. , I J''' ........ llrtioii'.yn. X. T. ! AKH lot (.Ol NO I.vr t -II mi ink-el r ' advice, nml pi r I'li e tu,i I i I, in, 1 tlx- old rrli.iiile and po.-.-.iliir .;l(.n I I'e.eWie Ituilrued, v.lii.-h : I- r ..iT.vr.i.x. the only Mow tl.nr run- three iai:y pr. s Train from M. I.oiiii. to Kroi-n . i 1 y ni , tl.,-W'e-t ! fll.il I. I'oMTIvr.l.r. Iht- t.il- Hue. Wi.ich ro'ti I'iiIIiiihii s t .i:uco Meeper- un-J Kim- i'jy C'u.'ii l.c tiyti-ia'dij for mn-rrr) ,i-i pp.l with tiitlcr'a .-"k'-j f'lull'.i.m im.l llii- l-iu.t .'..- Ilrakr. Irom tt. I.olliit 10 luo '!:. Kelt scull. -ar.iiii, Ijtwrtlic-. Ii-atvitnrtli, Atcllinoli, St! Jo-eph. Nel.rii'U.l I ' i i v , l:oilncll Hlart.. nut! tiimna inthattt clrtrnj. Kor leto'r- tnatinii In regard lo Time Tut.lc. i:u .Vi- .l-iuiy IMilnt In Min.oii.i. K'oin.. Nel.rn.-kn. Coli:i"!o. 'I'i x..'. or Calhiirnia. eyll ufl u or luldre.v S. II. .Thomi-m. .-.L'.-iii. ..ii.miri 1 iici nc luinrotio. I olulliMn.. lll.io ; or. B. A. I'oiin. Ifcactal I'li.-ent r Aer.t, St. J.oai.. .Mo. jo troufUt ttt unttitr tim'ti'.'" j IIQX AVOEKS. lltilbert A Put ye, Founders, mactiimsts. and .Viinufaciiircr-, No. Vl .liiikroii ?t., l'ahien ilie. o. A. V. 'feat bom. .liltlH r!Klit A DralYt uian. Manufacturer of Stall, iiiiry and 1'ortuMu ' STEAM EXdlXES, rirrniur and Irlulit Maw 7Iills MU.b SKI S. Unity Saie filidtt. Shafting, 1'uHryt, hearing, f -., dc GHIST MILL WORK AND GEIU.NG OI . ALL DESCRIPTIO.XS.' I Teaebo'iit'a Patent TUHIJINE WATKlt WIIEEIa. TJUU-MPIICOUX.S'IELI.Ea RIDER'S PATENT HOAD STEAMER, For Steam Tlirvehlinr. 8tcain Pldwins, Wood hawing, c. IIl'LIJliliT S PATENT Double Seaming and Delleellnrj Machine. I CASTlNliS OF EVIiliV KIND IX WON AND tliASS jl.illii TO UlltlEll. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Pliine. Drntt inv mid F.-llnnilef of any kind of mill work: alru, Inraii-h. put up and put in opciaiiou nil ihu lucliiaery i-cijtiiHiiu lor u liit cluei" Mill of nny iJet crptiou, uud truut-aiitee our work lu evcrv parilcmar. Py nienns of ppcciul mucbiuvry aud other advaiiiiica wv are eliu'jled lo du pmsT wonit AT THE LOWEST PHICEi. ' ' " ' Painoville. O . April ill. 18VJ. 11Jy Boots and Shoes 50 OascsW'e one ! ! ! T" OUKI SOX SOX. :ve rvei'ivcil ur their pftiiltlllimi'iit rtnrhi the tihrivr on urttv tif lin:pl uhicli r'-iuty fur inm ei-tfuu. uud wUrU liity arc odc-nux lu iuubi: in waui i A Good Sulia UndcrstniHling, A0 rhenp. fur the nmo quality of work, an can be found. Wcubtiininutu tliu Shotl'ly, Low priced BooIh & Shoes from tUc Hub of creation, and hflTr sclented our htoi k from ,tlc bctt nianufrtcto rit'n at Tniv, Eliny;a, Iluiluln uud tlinbuiulou. N. V tud WaU-i lord, l'a. Our bioi k of ChiHicn, Misses mul Men's Shoes, wo'npvcr no Full and Pi-rfect as Uili full A bpL'iidid line of i ; ' Calf Polish, lMlilu Gnat. Goat, Serge nnd bure FoxeU. Thov on n't help but suit pur ta.-tcAil aud dlcriujiimtion cutinni'i Tue bc-ft selected and fiueet Hue of LADIES Goat ami Serge Button and Lace Goods that can be found here or eleewhcres Our Ttlorkur, Elmvra nnd AVatrrford lrO(itii, ppcak for thi'iiiKittviM. alt Until mtdcaiftl wiirrunted. VVeu ill try iiti'l HK-rfl coiilinuaiici'orpaftt f:ivors aud do Justice to all who favor ut with tlieir pulroiiHu. john p. "Robertson a sok. Anhtabuli. Seiit. 4o. ImW. New Stove ! 'New Goods ! AND Tn the New Briek Bloek of R. F. Moore, on thowet Meof Main htrectpnTarly oppolie the niU deuce of Henry Katett. aud one door North of Doctor U. JJ. Van Norman' Oflice, may tot found llio firm of MOORE & ' BEO. i With a complete -atck of GROCERIES, D0MES1J0 LliY 000DS dc.t 1 Ac "I 4 ' 1 ' I ' ' connlnthifr of a larpr variety or ant. clef such ai la nanallay keit in a nml.t'taMa atoreof lliia kind, aii or men e on All of bleb e offer lo lb public at the Ivwc.l poml bio tttlaa lor lUia lor CASH, OU BEADY PAY. We onW ark a call, feeling aaaured that nona will go away without purciiai.nir. MOOltK ta, BKU. N. It. Allkiuda of hrodute taken lo exchuage for gooda. ' i 1 ; , . . Ou Marriage,. t narrr Rei-inr ron Yoiino Man from the effecta of Errora and abuaea In early Ufa. Monhoo.1 ro.tored. Nurvona debility cured. liupiHlimanta to alarrlaica ru moved. New method of trt atinent.. ew aud teinark able reirt.illua. Uuuka aud UiAulara aaut froe, In aoalud anvelopoa. Addtaaa. TTOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. I Bomb Klbto St., Philadelphia, Pa. .... I . i?lhepiiHlpnilnv1iiIviM.-. are imu-open and tv ttre oduniiif to I , j I a ountain Nasal Injector, f; on sv w VAAAi Tht In'lrnmcnt li e.pc!ajr dorlTri'-rl for llio per fet application of D. SACf'S CATARRH RrWEOY. ' II f tho oni Pirn or In-1 1 i.m' 11 1 v,.i InrntM With tr'iicli fl l'nl ni"'llrii, . c.i l.e rnri'teil hirh el ptrxllij npplU'l to ill in of tlie rDi.i tcil i,n.l 4.a:o. ant He: eh unliei or cavhie r:onmi:iieai lllf l:tPr--.viMl. Ill 'vhidl tor-- eel nicer, ft . f.iiel.1 !y exUt, ai'l fren wii!- ;, tin- eatarrlial tlwl.ar;-e t. i.e. rtltf p-,f;T'.. T'l 1 win! o( tncre.. U) lr'l(i;i: r'lttrrti h'!rtofori hit c-i-'fi larelv frem Ih- lnip-. i-nlity of a-eil'.'ln rrn.c.Wr I'i ltiee ravitic. aid crv.i'i'rj hr a.i of lli-j (r.llnary rretho-ia. T.; oi-tt.Ii l-i t'i'! of eff e-iti- mr- i entirely tovir-;., nt liT l-l ; i.ivee: i.m ,,f ,i... 1 r-l p. Jr. 1: i I - liiit lntni n-iit. fie Flull is cjiricil by Ha awn arioM? (ns ivjflir. li-cinj o p.non'm htinj raqnired.i no m.n Il t'tnl la 1 fill -. .itly It .w-in meiirii lo 11, 0 M-pi-t p Ktio'i of tiei ii:i-nl j.-.-.i .. 1 u'-m Into and "ihor oi jhlf cli-anto nit tiwiniH". ao-l h .ml.cn, n i.r.-et. rl t uri-Mfit'i. arrl Ilia out ollhoppoii!riolril. Il ua 1 ph."iant, nnd hi aimplu t!r.t a child can muter- Und It. Full Mild explicit direction! accompany cadi i'l-ti-Ti'm.-nt. When iiredwitti ti.i Iri-trnmetit. I),'. S i'-;'i f'atarrh ltemeilv curt rcccet atta-kt of "Cold la llio Head ' bra few ap. plirjition. Similom nt Catarrh. Frrrjitr-nt Iicad actiit. di.char"- fiilin? inlo Ihr.ml. olll'-timc!t pro fae. tt-a:rr, thick inen., purulent, c fT- r.i-i'.i-. Ar, In oth --ra a dryne', Ary. wai-rr. weak or h.Biini'd eCP, i topping up or o'.ptriicti'i!! of i:anl pa-fCef., riti'-tn in car. d'-lPie, l.awkini a:.d conehin p, ct"ar t'irriat. ulceration". H-alu from vlccr. voiru a!rcrcfl. iia.nl twan-, oft'eri-i-c lireath. Impuircl t.r total deprivation tif ftt.-e of i-m-ll and ta-te. tiizzi-il-!". m'ntal d"pri.-t .11. l-. of apii-!titp. IniMi-c-f tl.,n, e.ilarc l pin-il.. tiekliie conuii. A-c. Isniva few of thCTo fvmptoma are lilicl lo L-e present ii any cato at onn tiin.!. Br.Sa;i-' Catarrh Pfmritr, when nc4 wli'i nr. Iirree' anl Hoik lie, and ac. coinpaoie 1 wit'a ih.j crin-tiiiition:,! irentmotit whi. h It r-coTinvnit' d in t.c- panipU-t ll.i.t v. iaj m-li b3ttl3 nf tii.t ll'-meilr. t a ( rfect tp-'iSc forthia I .alh-om-! di- a--. an 1 tho proprietor otT-rt-. In (toed filth. reunrd foraca-e h can not cure. The K-.-m-:dy i mil land pl.-a-at.t to n.e. coi.tninin? no tnmir orrf'an.-io tlriiL- or poi'o-i.. Th Cata-rU Iteme ly 1 old at M ccnt.'I)on--hft at frl ccnti. bjr II DrncKlata, or eiih.T will bo mailed by Jiro prieior on receipt of iio cent. Hi v. picnrr, yi. n., V gole Proprietor. Bl'tTALO. .V. Y. EUREKA ! ! t The OXl TCI 7? .V .V TIT,? WOHT.lt that pntvttU ronihhieit li;e air w ith li: i'"iifiie- nroc..-. perp.rniin-. Ihu L homicil n Ths' a. ihe Jiauii-j! cli-ie. e ; cxirari ioj u!l barl oiiois :e., fell. I t-i-e-. umkii,.- a purer, coiirxef t'r lined Hitler U-.ttt cm '1 nuire'id by any ollief pfo. e.-n known. IV Lifi iiN'S IX PitUM lto IO MINUTES! At tt I .vi'.'.'jii cf t?if Ytar. Tt tvor: the U;;;rfr iu one-t-,::th tbj t'tnr. nrA l,?Jr thuii can t: (!''t:t- v ',tiu. If vi n.a i ttvA liyt'i..-WV-tern Nt-w V.i k 1 .'Tin r.-' ',:v. ri, J pionouuci-d tU' M'fT 1kuik;t in ;;n Kv ::n Invstk;!. Tl: m-mit an; i'i i iw i rt Nuw Ymk otul Ncv Kntr1iift1. mA in i vt rv lni tn- ir'.vi- iht muM nMiualifi' ri t-aii.-ratiin. Evi-r r;--tii.Tj umi fi'm'n-. ti-oiiuinv will t-nly iHH'd in liy luca t bo coHvij'.fU of tlicir .xii'jur (l.ii try nitjri!. Thfv an- in'4iinft ft,rpdit Ahtabti1 by f.C TI T.KV. Allfirtlepf uiji lr ilUttl nn r'ao.ml'li noric.;. I'iil r- rnt hzi-h lo fi.ir nil. A rjilimhl. trctim uu Jiirrtr" Pcrcvrs Hailjlctonian. I if rh?' jt--t -tc!: tf nv h"--e v The ' 'zln. $i .. of hi- c-iltf I'l-uTii-i -it !nr.'., lit- w'.lt i:r;l v.l t .' ivii-w I'jnu, .Ni.rrh Kin.'. f-r il.-i ciusoii. iVrui. -5 fur liif '.ifi'ii. or j ''O fm in.-u rune. l'crt w'h H,i;ut'it I u;iau is cix t ;ir oli! ilils tj)i1i'.. a vtry lMin'h:iJ buy ci-lnr. Lint tifw imr hluck muiie nml tnil. all ii p..intr, U1; hui ti wirli vit-ni.t pio I(rlimi!'. imr! in c.ir; 'it"Mi "i':i: inii.K-" t.fhi- iiiusrririi? , nn-.iCy-t.in k IIjiui-I. Tuuiul. tif lictn. IJraiJi't; t'ti., I IS. V.. I in- L- i.iM-v tioiici' und line ruudturd thyn any niln-i K'.-f.va L'.i.-f. I..iI.t;U iiMi.'.l.-iiujir.n I the Iinefil ("eCfili nt r f ' mi i.ninci v t!nui'h At (lal.-ih faiul ile This Ct lllattrifai tS mxnmr af Utiaf j! f , SB. PIEROB'S .NVV U I f lIm iai J'-r 'ivV11!'1" ,-am 1 i!f-mbt.)..-n. i.d h-; bv in.-oM uuporrl -t-M-i ' '''' .3!! 'r r '.w " "il,"bl.-t'ii(iuH wa tbe f numis in t nr i.i..u. u. i not i. tiy avu rti-Hii Mar. a i il-nr.- i and exr.-rditily p puiur t-taiiiu iu Onino cuuuiy, Nt-u Ymk. iVr'i JIambVt iiitrtii will fi.ov fur l:'in' lf. v' lM-vor ir.-iiii-id. Uuui. -jivat p-td him! a- tiin. xvu ptii cbni'i'd iu SnM'.t I'otiiity, X. by t'nut. Flunk i'cruv. f.t a IUt;li f'L'Mru. to croh vuih Minii liiit trar' of lile own "ii'.-i ii-p. a we'l in ii do tin. '?.rre enmo -r-vi" by iliiViiSpii't' L f- blo.'d ihruurlt t'nu S U;o tint To:rt btvd uurt ;f .be tui-Uv. c Male and A!:tabnln I'uunTy in uu iic:il;.r. Flowers! Beautiful FlowzesL WE wlsli to pav iJuit we lno trrfaTtlv :nlat;gi:d mr norr-u fauli i iz. t'id lkiiVii ii'Ci:;itly ij'L'-ty in -.; our cit i-U. o Hint i.uw Wiurt!j r. j.m-ni :i biippiv aii v. bo u..! favor Hit with a fat!, urtt j; l.tru ar.t.i of Crcvu Ho tun o nnd SSoilt'.In IMrnt, ind n'l lilml of Vf-.-trib't Pluntii In their ftaecn. Vi' an.- pifpirt-d i lurnir-b any ur all tho vuiiuiies v,f Krn.-i.UY oj. DUNASitN.AL Stua unikjtv. Oren iioit or oiln-r itocV f-nr.i the vrv t NU'ii-iva rUnli vf S Hl((is, HAltKIsoN - CO., on vt-rj- rhort n.)t.ccta::d rt ibdr Cafnliirnt! Itr.Tri. V'i propc.- frontlfnj a wa2"ii tround toxva Pt-ml weekly to uppl vtiiouu'r with nti:!U OAUDKX VEliETAULKS n their a-ori. and we will bo b.-inpv to fill and deliver all order for tflnivc. or IMam that may be made. W'e bav-.' on blind a lim! b'ii;.1y raiifit s, JNt-i Vnrbt ii I, Di.liliii, (ladiohii. GtMsnluniH. nnd in f::tt a wt'H Ki'tct-u-d and xitritd s-tnek vt Pli.nti and FIuivith. embracing a liii'L't t-lm-k of choti H Ai-im.iit.. - i-hull bu happy lo welcome ivltun at any and ad titm . ji;m;s A: IlA?!.f.i:. Vhtabula. O.. April is?!. lM-3:a PAINESVILLE Carriage Company, MANlTACTUr.IIP.S OP Flit ST CLASS CAJtlllAGES, OP EVElty UESCIilPTION. Noa. t"5, 20T tc 300 STATE STHEET, 10 14 PAINESVILI.V, O. IIAKXESS, &o. r a u Xj a. 3T o ni, Has on hatnl a gooil nssortment of Hnrneaa of various klnda, KcaWanil Lljjbf, Shiirleaiid Uoiil.le, of thebei workiuaiiblp am! maturial. Ile art prepared to fill order lor work of any deacriptior la bla lluo. - SADDLES, ' t'r- KIUIXQ BRIDLES, WHIPS, HALTEEB, BLANKETS, C j T 3R. XJ NT XSL S ! lie haa juft laid In a' lru auppW of Urga and mt- alum alaed Travellnir Trunka. They are of varioui qunlliita and raluea, and a onled at favorabla prlcei. The aaaorttuent la allogeiber 111. larnaat of any lu the raelou. 1 ua travelinit public are Inviied to look avar Iiiu Itork. aa tbey can karuli fail to nod aomeiMngto their aiuid. . P, C, rKD . . AiuUl.uIa.Sort.M.lflOI. loaotf j , I I 1 pOM-KCfATEAXnC-OMMERCIAL V lTITI Tl', Hn Harm, i na, l't- p-intin j 11, roiite. I itptn.- aeicmuit a.Mrfl h. Milliait aiir) Naval Amilcvi't. Fall "!. m., ail. a. h''io s.-i.t.-ti'ier rii.-. vt lAialoiiae, amirvM IMM. Wil. II. l;V-.C... ',,!,-!(, I. :,L'I, OI;, VJP ,!,TJ,ji.,l in i oi'i i ii:.'iArt. J. & P. CO ATS' BEST SIXCOKD IX AM, NUJIJiEUS. From No. V lo 100 liu Iiinlve. hand And ?.; a Ink srwiNa JJU. l H I'A'I i-.NT f uvxr IKON ROOFING!! Ciie'!i't .-iMil h.-i l.nii l;,,finrr mi'ln.' Tar clrc!i-;.r . r-f-r. -nc.. or o'.h-r lnr.irniatlon. arli rti".. tV . H. li: I . i'l. int -ni. ti. r iskni 1 i.i.n, o.,xvoLKr ,'M M '"'1 t. -oli. lt .. r.ler, for fVT I'eir I-iiip.'iii I'Oe-U,,,,, (J, ,,. 1 JfA '"'i fillln'.a'd re, of crc.e. Blnrt Sra v r-at,:e.t ni:-t P'li,r,tic- nf cti-ry Ti-i'l M.trf. ' rip'iti:-. Hi Miliar Varn. II I nit M."d. friri. t. mid Whltci ntir, irn 1 .... 1.1 ihe i".t:i.(l. t,i4 cnarv. ,ln lo-y re ! am! rut' c i t. i. , 1 jiM. 1.1 tn rut. sampit a cud p i e- i'in..-.i, ,. to M, r -h:i!.ls on appllcatioa ft fl:'Otc. rr;.rjXT:i:i vi.,!'..i riii-nivcd. ivy - rn'n tin li.nv tn.- lioi- .-N mi Heiik"li Ihe dlifin. tl'JU. lA.!l.'. 'l'- I'.l P. ,.'. ..'("..T 1 1 . . tn.. ....... lii-'.-l I.;. i..l.',l,.ii j, o,,!e n- .1 i, e,. 01 rviletine nil 1 ein.-j, , i..u ,! eli. l.ter aid iiilc;iiieii, ie-e.iii-'- i ( ':.,n - .,S.-:r;i; :i i, - v.iih:,iii pain and ha 1 fu.-i j e.,r e, ti,, ,i n- , iijcii ;i i.i.riiie-ni.d rceul ilea. Mli.ll . .'.I I. II. .J Ul.l.i'l t. r-T n a M a Lix x-.' I'-ii'l! :x t sTUM A M'K C'l I'-.i" wur..i,t,-il 10 r'lieve ' llli.il.l.'-. liv p-r.'VI'r. :.ec n . 1 ui.. ) or Vine by. all i,l in-iii. p"l eu..i. on recelot t J X li l i..- ie ii- ., I..i.l-l-. . i w 01 i'il.- ,;.r .. :rc.r r. Pui ham v., dM l l.ii-t. I j. ( iiNiA.'.ii .. i i- 'Ill ,KX KS V ''''pi" --.ii- h :r.:.;r i.:.lii .o.hin! and' r.'-r"i'i .e i K' :. i. - j -'., I f -ii hi.- is ei , iveil v itlioiu anon ''I'M 1. 1 i..!k . 1 1. i!. ti;,-. ol l-i. inn! p,o. !":""" " ' ru I ' !,: of pelilc(l'ie.'ii . tircaml i -iriri f . s.-! a,-n-i ol oVvt-liMH-tneiit ; it-i ! f;'Y !''" ""-. ""-. fciWAiiin. li.M..N,li. .. .J lu ll avviuj, X. . u uat-cv.n ee.H-. "tvi.ry linr fr.,:.. tl ... j. -r r ir i),n if nf jreal t i ie to ni. i . Ii.,u-.n..-x." rat Urttlt,, i:r r..pi;en-, rE. f 1. 1 s ai,d s.rti I. ccnliled hr all l'e.--l-.:ul... .',;,.,: ,:i .-. n i .;;:. 111,11 Ihe I'uMic lliroin;li- nt t i - nil ."i . il ii- tn.. i.i'NiKhiit Modiral ll. C'rteiy nf t!. I ill. i .! utrj-. 'iiei'e i iU dlaraiHl what. ever v, ,:i Ii tl ; ,i,i.- ( si ti i'l-pti.e til. en-....! and Imp.). .1 e n :;i..i .,f ti,? P,Ioil that areat Hiver r l.i'e. i.m vl.nl ihii. I.'!..'.t:.:.l i!eiu..'d laau infallible, ?,"..' '''' '; --ri.t.s-4. I .nip) -. i,. n,., nn,.. Hunter, , ''." '.''ie. i :,:!-, -i ...... I. .me. : Von liltlo knor. M, ilu. 1 :.:., ri' ii o n .....; it exerlid thmush il i'i, !.. V. eiiei yon !f; jonrf'.tiil al.il fet0., ro-ir con,. i, x en e. ,:li ii.y l e:iea:e Pl'jf.in of Yontli tn ; II--ii,. l iiriiy :,; ii:i... tocrliluud by aaia HYFOPHOSPHITES. r-.inimi.tln i. a ord with son. Von know that f oii.iiniotion I. a t-lr,y - jnmi ili'i-.-tre. t ry rarely ia It eared by the o ." ei;.,.ikl ren.edie ul:il n.cthiKla of tr."aii! rot. t cifti.iver oil never nrlaca of Con. euiiipiion. Iron i- u terly iim-U-.. Ii Ik an in.aua flelu.ioii lo r. iy iim toe-folU foav 1 1'ned-om remclie.. Ii li-aw..: -ol p. ..'ion. lime tli-.i t. m an-rrr bin trained. Aaiikc! Aw ike!'. Open your ey'i. to the lL'ht of SciuuckI w INt HEM Lts's HVi oPllliyl'lllTtH la jour boacon I.l'!i:. A coi'.'.iete revolution iu the treat ment of lbt ,l;-e.-.-e l.a. Luvii illvtli d by tbia Liio Ojvinjaud I.ir,.-Su.iuiiMiix Ueniedy. It WILL CURE Cv.it r.ufi!(,ii promptly and f"rmsnci:t!v. Il ba. during tiieiu-t mjiwajiiir,, cured murr than One Hundred 1 iiouMiui: ... ami i: m ii, n,.i fnil you. It will allord j on proii'jil n-llei; i. . 1 l.v exercil g proper care, and miuimou ntir.inir. iuntoro vou and all who alii tlra it a trial to porf.-celr reMor.fl health, leavil gua trace of the iIimh.-o. uiiile to tho.c who aro threatened with, or .iiFnjFrn iii v ui.Mi mpticii. ii i. an aoMiiute prevent lie and f iii-.Mar.l. W im ULartc'a UvroruoaraiTC ia p'-rK'Ct antidote to CONSUMPTION, uA l.H- l.eor. the ao'r mi-ni. nnder Divine ProrMav ol liivinuntiJ retirit:a to Life, Health and Ktreneta. tiyr.adr wnu. but f ,r it. w ould Imve been compelled to foi. e.v ihroiiL-h lie; ilirk vl. v tb.u val army wnicb ha beet: "et.l out ot exlt'Jli e l.v ihia relet Ue awNKua. WINnil, Rics IIVI'OI-lk).piHTKS romaavoroa ' at. Ai.el ol' lie.uili. nilh healins on Its winre. Ulvi it your ro..:i, ier.ee ami n 'renerotii' welcoroe, aud apprr '' .nr e:',in- i-xcrted i'i onrlwbatf. hiCUKB AND r'.'1 'lK i" ISF- Hri''e fl ''d2pcr boitle. For fa!. I.y Jirii.-.-i-tiJ every ivbere. t-ead lor our Circular oil Colo-ilini:i'iu. Ad-Ires., J. WI.NCJIEsTEIt & CO., Chemists. SS Jolm ft.. New York-. Uq piano, o., x. v. piiirii, rtonn iOi.teiil, Iri iilarc Irer. iQj QXJ At KiTS 'antctl. AirenU make more money at Mi.ik f.ir u tiiiiii ut Hiiyiuinir ele. ftiifinepe Ittrbi and peinian. nt. I'artienlara free. (i. STLNS-ON A CO.. l-'iuc Art l ui;li-iici-. 1'or.luud, Maine. ' 171 and 173 SHTEMOT, STREET, i hEVKLAM). OHIO. ST CHEAP DOOES. Kiln-ilried, All Pine Doors for $1.75 to $2.25 ' TlIE Siiliscrjlipr.ljL'in onvinccrl of tliO necevalty of a low priced door,' has made arrangement to ruri.ich ibeiu at the uboto Astonishing Low Prices, At.d all otter ooi'.i in IiIk line In Ihe tame rati, far cAtfu, and cash only. "Small Profits and Large Sales" Iij hit motto in 'the future. A la nre etock of Basli Biinu. itiid l.nr iui)-untly on band. Over Ontt llniidn-il liiittTiiit varieties of Mnul(.l!n.-H. Hrrnll Sawlnir done on thort notici-, aud VAi.iIANTi-i To UIVE tATliiKACXIOX A Large Stock of MICHIGAN PINE On bard. Also a lar-o ttock or Sldtnc, Ccltlnc aad jp t. o oniNO , ALWAYS ON HAND. Call and aen bef.ir yon buy, aa 1 am determined ta make it au object for the people to buy of ma. ORre and Mill oppoalta Church Park. Sttret, Kant Ahtabnla. M q. Cl'LLBT. .W'Lft BOWMAN, Bucceator to J. A. SnoiciurT. Livery StciTDio IL AVIXG' aliled inanv (inn TT.- and Elusant Carrl(re. with new Robea and rarriaea Blanket, to the fornier nock, be can now Ikraiak is ' pleasure pari and buelneaa Biua joat aatai,Haraiuua' ' aa mar be wanted. Call and tea lhat AahUbtil can aqakl aublat la ' fancy aud. buaiuvaa iga" 1 Lear Ordftrt at th Vtak Boaaa Ibt Omnibus which run to and . .fr(kvn each Traitu " llESIfc!1 "" 10 FuU"- rSMWto aV . . WRm??