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Saturday Mornin?, Jac. 20, 1872.
trMJr Wnrcal W. II tt ck lla at
Lonisvllle, Turtiloy lust week.
tThe Jnpuncwo are impniting forrlgn
hoes for their soldiers, and have bemin to talk
twit street railroads.
tWAccording to Mr. Scwnnl, evervbndy In
Jayftn raads and writes, snti book -more are
a numerous in Teddu ns In Uost'W.
"' tlTTlie young men at Green ll;iy, VU.V
lake lurni in drawing tlic scliool-uia'iun to
school on band sled.
ty According to an Enitliali paper, there
lire three district. In St. Giles, London, con
taining In all 1,800 families, of which 1,570
occupy B ittonerooianch.
1ST A New Tork architect or eminence litis
given, oyer his own niitne, a tliorougli-Koliij;
recommendation of Iron churches, both for
durability and economy.
tyjoseph Gillolt, who died at IJirming
liftut, England, January 5tli, at the ai;e ol
seventy-two years, had a world-wide reputa
tion as a. manufacturer of steel puns.
tj5A Columbia, South Carolina, letter
states- tftnt the defense In the Ku Klux cases
lias kroken dowu, and those Implicated are
fleeing. The Klau is ulurusl etl'ectually bnikeu
tS In its notice of Mr. Ileechcr's Life of
Christ, the Nbnonfarmitt endorses his theory
of Cbrisl's person, as set forth in tho rltiipter
on "The Doctrinal Basis." It regards it as "at
once more- Soriptiiral ami more intelligent"
than the common notion.'
tlTThe murderer Stokes continue to lnugli
and joke with his friends, and to exhHiit un
apparent indifference to the critical position
ill which ho is placed. He eats and sleeps
well, and appears to be lire from all anxiety.
C-The British mereniilile marine consists
of tuirty-scyen thousand vessels represeuling
six million tons. Of these four million tons
are steamers ; and, altogether, I ho English
have more ships than all other nations com
bined. tSTThe Youngstown Courier appears in a
neat new dress of type, on an enlarged sheet,
nd printed and published by the "Courier
Bteam Printing Company." The Messrs.
O'Connor are Indefatigable workers, and merit
atrccesev The Courier is a zealous advocate of
lTGuvcriior Baldwin, of Michigan, has
issued a proclamation to the people of the
United States, in which he says that further
contributions of money lor the relief of the
sufferer by the recent tiros in that Stale are
not needed. He closes, by returning the thanks
of all the people of Michigan. to those who
kaye given them sympathy and assistunce.
tSTln the Btate Legbtlalure a bill has been
Introduced to increase the pay of Jurors be
fore Justices of the peace from II fly cents to
one dollar a day. That bill will not pass, for
the reason that the lawyers in the legislature
Will generally oppose it. It might' discourage
litigation, you know, and that would be bad
fJjTlt is said that President Grant Is satis
fied that a Spanish cruiser tired upon one of
our merchant vessels, recently, olT. the coast of
FLocUlu, and. Is determined to have a full. ex
planation, apology and Kiillriiiiatioi) from the
government of Spain.. Otherwise Uncle Sam
will knock the cHp oi Don somebody's
tyThe New York Wvrhl announces the
project of a new air-line railway from New
York to Chicago, to be builtmerely with reler
enee to through Unfile. Its course through,
the Slate of J'ew York will be midway be
tween tho Erie and Central roads. It is to be
built on the hhoAtesl line ami best grades, and
Vill cut through the woods, only striking two
or three towns of commercial lmpoilaiice.
f3J"A New York Herald special from .Madrid
describes tho reception of General Sherman
and Lieutenant Grant by the Spanish King
Anuuleus. He says he was pleased to see so
famous a representative of the American army
as Hhcrmuu and that he always entertained
sentiments of filemlnhip and admiration for
the American people. He d sired that cordial
relations between neighbors whose interest
can only lie in the preservation of pence may
exist between the L'uiled Slates and Hpaiu.
I3?"l'he standard school hcoks published by
the H.irpurjt, which for thirty years past were
used lu the New York piihliu schools, were
excluded last January, by order of the T.un
luuny King, on account of the persistent at
tacks upon that corrupt body by Jlirjier't
Wetklfr Now that the liing Is defeated, Ihcuc
same School Commissioners unpointed by
Qakly Hull, without any suggestion of Uie
Harpers, have restored the books they exclud
ed, by a uuaulmous vole. Since the schools
have been controlled by these men, the attend
ttuco has liiUeu oir by thousands.
SrTlo people luive long felt the necessity
of soma plan by which to relieve themselves
of wornuul or mutilated fractional currency.
The arrangement agreed upon between the
Secretary of the Treasury and the lWiuaslcr
Oeneral will bo welcome to a long-siilfeiiiig
yub'lc, which bus resigned Use II' to the mis
c flies of dirt and rags us a clreuUuing medium.
Tua postolllce will hereafter receive mutilated
currency, when not more than Iwn-llfths of a
Bote are missing, at Its par value, for stamps
and euvelopes. Tiio Treasury ugrees to mi
deem this currency for tlie postolllce depart
lent wlitu presented in sums cxcieding live
he Mends of tlut President art not the
oaljr persons who will be ueurlily glad to iciirn
that there la not a word of evl lenco w hich
tends to implicate Mr. Uraut lu any of the
scandalous transactions with wUWh hu has
bt charged by uurlUuu uppoueuU lu cou
uectioo Kttb- the Custom House. There is
, proof tut his name was used to Impose on
others ; there U Some reason for susuceliiig that
one or two jf UU Uillmute associates connived
- at tlals us of lib name. But the evldeuse
. affords oo excuse lot assailing hut personal In
Ugrily, and journal UltU. Uuve mdulged
lxlr temper la aspersions of thU kind would
at wisely to retract Ibeiu at ouve.
dHTbe Mnt ' IviuUlitng, and especially
the City of X6W urtcani, l lu a vokanle cou
- dltioa. Two sets of men clului to be the
btaU govtrumsut. Uoy. WurinoutU heads
, oii faction, and Speaker Carter ths other.
There . two leglslaturss, sod instead of law
audlecder, Cuo reijjus. One man bus lxt
bat, and a more serious effusion of blood
' Imminent Dishonest', corruption and fraud
are charges mutually fliiu Juio Ike facet
. each tide. .Tbe Mayor of Orleans has irked
.' the President to decUro martial law In t,ui
. jwrish, but the President reiusi s It do so. He
(ODsldert tbe Yarmouth government ths
legal tuiborlty of the Statu.
Tub GranuUcrk stopped at t second class
hotel at the Falls part of a dny and took one
meal, '.he bill for which was $l,:00. This
was thought a little exorbitant and 3:) per
cent, was knocked oil, and $1,000 paid.
While at Chicago Ills Highness made a benefac
tion for the relief of the sufferers of $.5,000.
A Chat with the Editor.
Mr. lltrtl Nothing is more refreshing to
newspaper leaders than tiio government wor
ry of bro. Brighain of Utah, with tho proba
bility trait the process Instituted will, under
mine llui system of polygamy which has so
long given that, fur-oil territory such notoriety.
Intelligent Investigation and a stern applica
tion and rigid enforcement of laws as they now
exist furnishes n solution to the problem .which
has so perplexed our law-makers, mid this
without any special legislation. So the chief
of polygamists the husband oC ii score oi' bux
om w ives, becomes- a prisom n ill. W own
house, to answer for crimes growing out of his
false leaching of murders committed, for
which t lie country ought, l.ing since tr have
held him amenable.
Hardly less acceptable Me the reports waftt d
to us upon southern breezes, where the gov
ernment has b'ecn testing the orthodoxy ol Uiu
Ku Klux organization an organisation your
democratic friends have lu'i'etofor.c repiesent
ed to be a myth. A great dcalof. papi thus been
wasted and valuable lungs severely tested In
ridicule if tlu; suspension of tho hubcas cor
pus ami over the very careful report of the
congiessionul committees who were driven
from the SoiilU for daring to show the work
ings of tLmt delightful institution. Wouidut
it be well, friend Heed, to eidl off the adminis
trators of justice In that uncieiit ally ot demo
cracy lest there be not left a uiOicleut number
for a respectable parly caucu I
Coupling these items wilh the rise and fall
of Tammany and Boss- Tweed, they serve to
put your democratic eotcmporaries into a very
bad ami unwholesome kiuour, savoring of a
dissolution f that once powerful organization.
Hence the reports which come to y.mr table
of the alliances sought with disaffected repub
licans, and the willingness to throw dowu the
democratic flag and trail it !n fields of new ad
venture. Was ever demoralization nrire evi
dent, than which now characteriz e the ex
travagant overtures of the leaders of that par-
But Tammany and its blind adherents are
not alone attracting attention. For long years
metropolitan louruals huve characterized the
Pcustom houso of N. York, as a cess-pool for
corruption, and a refuge for hundreds of polit
ical hangers-on under what party, the outs and
'ins beat aliko tho ediousness which that fes
tering spot breeds. At lust n congressional
committee has set to work, and the first proofs
of lis mission is (hut a power behind the Pre
sident controls the custom house and that the
employees are open to bribes for passing bug
gage unexamined, and In fact corruption sucnis
to be the rule. The committee ore uneartliiug
the frauds. In severul of the il iwlnu nts.. the
ap'jouaiiig power ls not olouu responsible- tor
these developments,. but they grow out of tbe
mode of presslug favorites of political husks.
Unquestionably one-third of the force In the
N. Y. custom house ure fortified with nouijna
tlonsfrom members of congrjss, governors, &c.
and this favoritism takes the place- of tilnesj.
CIoso scrutiny Into the, auls of oillciul employ
ees, is-a cardinal republican doctrine, and the
;openlng to the eaae of the people these Inves
tigations will serve to strengthen -the common
bonds of the party and correct the evils which
may pervade this Important department of our
govern nieut. An appropriate (()enJng lor. the
civil service law.
Willi ride friend ISx'd the republicans ot
Ohio nru to bo congratulated over the h ippy
termination of (he senatorial contest that we
aro not to-lose tlie services of Jolui Bhctuian
from Uk.- Renoto of the U. 8, Wo need mot ;
men ot' his calibre and experience lu. the coun
cils oi tlic naJlcn, ami it wmdd have bum very
unwise at Hit Juncture, in our national affairs
to have, overlooked the services of that eminent
senator merely to satisfy the umbitioii ofuspi-
ants to that high Hisitiou.
But now Mr. Editor, lay aside yous pen
while wo chat a few moments over the Eisk
Ulokes, ullss MuuKlleld, tragedy. It is a sad
omen indeed w hen the press piuiders to crime
so far as to siezc upon the idle gtmsip of that
incestuous nest and spread it hroml-cust to
breed a still more lothesome almospheue. 1
is a result growing out of the lax sentiment-
llllvated In densely populated communities
and tl.o nlrcntlvtf reader will scarcely err In
placing much of tlui responHlbility for the fre
quent and bold siicrilices of life, to the lenience
f the courts of Justice. It is true, us you say,
lluil they only retlect the public sentiment.
Yet t it not the part of wUdom, ol pulrioll-in,
ol justice, that more sternness Is ucedeil more
I the old t'uiitan npplicutlou ot law be de-
loded by those who hold the scab of jur-
licof Fisk, nil vi', bad utv claims upon lbs peo
ple u profligate in tbe fullest sense a palrou
ol demoralized virtue,, and a pcoper represent
ative ol vice iu all Us hiiliousiiess. Demi, he
lluketh in the nostrils of ths people I But of
Stokes a disciple ut the same unholy shrine-
progeny of Fisk ewa bcuuttlng we need
only express a regie I over the limgcdy which
t-xemplilles In his person the teaching of the
master and the unerring. Iiitu of tbe pupil. Of
the oilier member of th U'Uv weuk, defence
less, errUig woman, let us -haw I bo mautLu of
charily, fi it covers a multitude of sbis.
Speaking of Alexis, I urn ready to ask who
wouldn't be a Duke T Think of It a moment
Mr. Editor of the delightful, rich, almost
princely flouncit uud the sweet, bewltliing
miles that liavo gtseted him since landing
from the Husslun corvette 1 And llieu the
scale of maitnlticencs w lib. w hlch he Is regaled
on a Bulfulo hunt t Sholdjiu and Spotted
Tall and the Duke w ill be cuough to cuptlvute
und subdue the plains. Ilundveds of ludlaus
rrjiorted for duty, and it is sld that ajiang
meilt have beeu sivtUfactorlly made with the
Buffalo to comculthk) range ofr-yal powder!
LETTERS FROM ABROAD.
LETTERS FROM ABROAD. VERONA, ITALY. Oct, '71.
We look the train at 0, A. u. on Friday for
tbl iliy, sud passed a charming day coming
over lU Ureuner Pass, and through the grand
old Alps lulu lluly, till 0 p. m. Very rMin al
ter leaving Innsbruck we are In the very heart
Df the magnificent scenery, golnjr liiglier and
higher, wluding arouad, leaving frightful
abysses beneath for hclubls above, passing on
trom long, sloping, green pastures, cultivated
to the very top, ki sleep tliil, whose summits
are covered wMli suw ; uow oust a lonelv lit.
tlu village, a prominent eoatle, a stditary chap.
ct, touiu iu lite most ressote places otten, U
cause somebody or other Unit a vision there,)
or a monastery. Thet np a narrow ravlue a
cloud Is niovlug, and alter thinking It to be
mist, we find ii to be smoke from a woodman's
fire; but those In the distance are real mists
lying snugly betweeu two hills, and the wblu
glistening like silver in tbe sunlight, is a
heavy covering of snow, aqd hal looking like
a white net Is a lighter Ml, n4 Ibis grayish
look over the cliff ueur us and on the forest
firs, Is frost fresh from sbnve this morning.
Our day Is perfectnnt a clund in Hie sky, and
though cold If we step, outside, the coupe. Is
Very comlbrltible. At one place we see away
across the ravine a tunnel, llirough which our
Guide Book.scys we must pars, going in an
opposite direction, but how vie are to get there
is a qiierry. Soon we are in a long, dark pas
sage, and when wc come out the sun is on the
other side of us, across the ravine wc see tho.
old roui' dow n below us, showing that we had
made a gradual but severe curve, and. ascent
within the mountain through which, we pass
ed. Now by the indicating niimbccs.imd slant
of the frequent signs, wc see we are descend
ing rapidly our height of over 4()00.ft. above
the levd of the sea. In. about, three hours or
less, having passed through 17. tunnels, mc are
fairly over CiWt- pass, uud the ulr 1 already
warmer, and in the warm uPtniioon sun, I am
glad to exchaiigo a thl'.Vi clonk for a shaw l.
At ouc place we stop for a poor dinner, and
then buy &rup'.s, figs, apples, peaches and
pears for refreshment. Now the vineyards are
frooucut, and the crapes biuur beirr and
large. It is interestini; to sec where the boun
daries of Austria stop. aud. Ihnse of Italy be
gin ) for one oc two. station the twu- people
quarrel over the names, aud the stgus are put
up In both languages.
At 0'o'clpok, wo found ourselves nt Verona,
uud felt the Hist !uuon.vvniences of Italy In the
long wailing for tho omnibuses to get ready
to start. Motto tempo they are always saying ;
uud iu getting our trunks examined they were
very slow. As we went w ilhin the walls ol
the city, un ollleer put his head lu the door of
our omnibus tusceifhe could spy any taxa
ble goods. We came to thu hotel "Duo Torre"
(two tower-), and, like a'l others In this coun
try, it w untidy, w ith a frowzy-headed cham
ber maid aiul pour meals. There ls a large
court lrt tlw centre, aroiuid which are corridors
open to the sky, so if it raius wc must get wet
in going down to mculs, as we must puss
along these to the ball. The floors ure of a
certain cement with bits of marble ba it, which
forms a very durable floor, but is ugly enough.
The bed-rooms are covered Witih old, faded
carpets, and,. Italian style, tUe eu Mains, rugs
and sola, must be of divers colors red, green,
blue und yellow. Mosimblois at leust, are
abundant; but it Is Italy utter all, despite the
dirt, which in this country, U picturesque,
they say I
Iu the morning we took a long walk, and
explored the city, visited churches, crossed
bridges, visited the markets, studied, the signs,
got lost but found the w ay bark fur breakfast.
We saw notices of indulgence for sale over
ti e cHurches.. Then w e took carriage aud vis
ited a Basilica w hich wus very old and curi
ous. The Arena, that wc next drove to, is I he-
greatest object of Inter, st hi re most as mng
uillrent us the Colloseum of course, but better
preserved. It w as built 200 (A. D.). Around
the top used to be a high wall, only a small
portion of which Is left, aud aver the whole
they used to. st vetch eauvas.. Undct the forty
five rows. of scats ure the dungeons where the
lions used to wail Unpr.tb.nlly for their turn to.
spring out uud up through one of the open
ings be. ween the seats luto tile wide arena and
pounce upon their, pcey. Also rooms for the
persecuted victims, those without light for
the worst ones. The whole-building is un im
mense circular structure; now it is used fori
The tomb of Shakespeare's Juliet nex.t at
tracted us, which Uiu a garden u plain little
room kept well lighted by a window, with uu
old sarcophagus lu It, where she put un end to
Iw-r. lU'u lu such a tragical uiauuer though.
Murray most cruelly pronounces it a horse
trough t Hur Iwiuse also wus pointed out to
us. The tombs of the noted Scalugus fumily
ure Inn church-yard, by themselves mid are
splendid. Ve enjoyed In oue of the Cathe
drals a tine "Assumption" by Titian. At 2
o'clock Saturday we w ere en route again, and
atS P. M. entered beautiful Venice "Ui'ido of
the Sea," We had telegraphed for rooms, so
the imm of the hotel attended to the getting
of our baggage and gondola, &a, which is a
good deal. We aland before a long counter
w.itb our hi tel potter whom, we discovered
by tho name on his cap and wait and wuit,
until among tho numerous trunk brought In
by tho railroad purlers, we discover ours;
tliea by many pointings uud bailings we get
one of thu blue Crocked individuals to bring
us our baggage and carry il to the gnudo'u
where we lie him. The hotel porter does tho
kuicuuiuig and budding for Hi. ami then we
show our receipt-, w bu:h answer for it check.
To reach Venice our train crosses a bridge of
tw or three miles, 8. E. I wus all prepared
tor. thu watery city; tbe glbliug along the
narrow canal, uiuUs the glouuiy black cover
of the black boats, the skillful turning at the
corners, pm ceded by the cries of the gondolier
to give notU'tt of ouc coming, nil seemed to
reullzu my pU luws of it. The only oue of
the various cries at the corner which I under
stood was "tttiliV which means "stay there, I
ti tit coming," so ns to nvold. collisions. Our
heavy load n quired two irondnliuts, oius nt
nclt cud, standing up, propelling with one
our like a puddle, tlio lgh the outs ore lucge
ami require much strength and skill, especial
ly wheu there Is but one rower. The gondo-
as are always black I nut told for tbe teuson.
that io the days of the city's wealth aud glory
the coverings were so rich of velvet and gold
and other expensive material that it fUutlly
became too cosily to have n gondola, therefore
a law wus made that all should bo of black.
M. H. T.
Tho New York Uvening Mail, which
is not a political paper, says : "What
ever may bo our personal prejudices, it
must bo conceded that tho testimony
given at thu lvu Klux trials lit South
Carolina, is conclusive us to the perpctra
tioti of a long series oi outrages of in
human barburily by members of that
organization. Even lieverdy Johnson,
acting as counsel of the accused lias
been compelled lo express his coufidenco
iu the evidence, and It'ut abhorrence of
the crimes which it disclosed. If doubt
lias existed hitherto in any mind as to
the necessity oi tlw declaration of mar
tial law in that Stale, for which the Pres
ided has been so soundly abused by ex
t re lire pmlisans, it must certainly be dis
sipated by tho vevelitions mado during
the trials now iu progress.
List or Patkkts Issued fron tlie Uultert
States Patent Otllce, to Ohio luvuutors, for tlie
week eudlnjc Jan. loth, 'S, and each beating
lb at date, furnished Ibis paper by Cox &
Cox, Solicitors of Patents, 'Washington, D. C. t
Artificial bone black for filtering, W. II.
Baby tender, C. N. Zlejjler, Grafton.
Hliigs.J. 1). Umwur, Mailisonville.
I'liton Packing, J. J. Clause, Cleveland.
;') for sharpening bni vesler cutters, W, II.
CompetiU'l hr.;lotuent, B. Q. Dcvoe and oiu
t, Kieilerh klown.
Prunin sliesra, H. Hall. Clyde.
Y .f proof sliutler, O. H. KniKhi, Clnelnuutl.
ninhu knife, J), Morris, Uurtlctt.
Chain coupling, M. Osborn, Cleveland!
Lock nut, II. o. Stouff, r. Columbian
Car coupling, OH C. E. Weber, Cleveland.
M. H. T. Interesting Facts of the Census in O.
(.(literal Garfield hits, at the request of
tlic .Seonetary of Statu of Ohio, prepared
a paper, upon thu wsttlta of thu tiensus
as far as they, relnte to this State, wnich
will be embodied in thu forthcoming re
port of thu Secretary. This paper-hna
been prepared with much labor, an J oott
tMitt intoi rnation of considerable value.
Among other facts, it is shown that the
emigration from and immigration to
Ohio have been very nearly tsjmal that
is, mo nninucrot persona who linvc como
to this Statu from olli States and Iron.
foreign countries, lias been balanced by
the number Lorn here w ho have gone
to other Stfctes and found homes.
In thirty-seven counties, thne lias
becutui iiuiteasfd population in tho lust
decade ; thirty threo have been station
ary, and iu eighteen theru Las been a de
crease. The counties that have gained
are ol three classes I lh seventeen agii
cultiiral comities of the Northwest.
which have ben largely settled since
1800, have iuareased M),300 ; in thu nine
iiou manufacturing and iron and coal
mining counties in the Mahoninsr Vullev
and in the extremu southern part of the
State, theru has been an increase of 6J,
500. The remaining increase lias been
iu the eleven counties containing tcitiies,
which have gained 170.500. In all the
rest of the Slate, the gain has been, but
It appear lawn these fetwes th.it. if
the cities are excluded, ami those coun
ties w hih have been uewly settled, and
otheis where tbe development of the
: i i .
iron mm com iiiuiuuru'H nas caused a
rapid increase, thu population of Ohio
has become almost stationary, the in
crease in ten years having been inconsiderable.
Senator Casement is chairman of the
Committees ou Military Ailtim and S1
iliiM and Sailws' Orphans' Ilonu' and
School for Imbecile Youth ; and a mem
ber of the Committees on l'ublio Ex
penditures, Jail road and Turnpikes,
reform Schools and Uutinishe-l Business.
Btlward Stokes, the iiittrdeier of Janes
Fisk, Jr., says thu Chardon Republican,
is the sou ot a former New York partuer
of Mr.. Jeiiks Jiudloug, iu the mauul'ac
turu aud sale of eheu si in. this ph.ee, the
6ni being known as lJudlouoi & Slokc.
He visited Chuidou ou business, some
years since, uud is well remembered by
a number of our business men.
A Lionkss at J.auuk. A perlormaiice
not dowu on the bi.IL occurred during
the visit ot Noyis' circus to Austin,
Texas, recently. While lb,o tecpers of
the lioness were removing. Iter from the
cage lo the-band wagon, preparatory to
tho parade upon tho streets,, her majesty
managed to make her escape from cus
tody. The admiring crowd ot specta
tors, struck with terror, fled pjccipit tte-
ly. I he hom es first attacked a mule,
springing upon its back, but the animal
proved lo bo a regular Texas "pitcher,"
and threw her royal liighn''es some two
or three rods over his head. Discom
fited hero, tho savage beast attacked a
harse seiidng hiui Ly the throat, and
succoedud in inflicting some ugly wounds
before she could bu bealeu ol. Follow
ed by her keepers, she tlveu retreated to
the lent adjoining the circu?, ihmI used
as a dressing-room. The occupants,
upon her appeurauee, did not stand upon
tho order of their going, but left, some
of them up tho centre pole, which they
climbed with more agility than they had
ever exhibited iu any ring pertortuatice.
Having cleared this apirtmeut, the li
ouess rushed liom tho tent, mounted a
couple of fences, and attacked two horses
but bctoro she could do nnv damage.
she was ennturud uud seiuied bv lui-
kcepoi 1. During all this time tbe vicini
ty of thu circus was cleared ct specta
tors, and thu side-shows lost their attractions.
H. FASSETT & SON.
IVTN.Ti give prompt nttention to. tlie
rale, piimhain;, aiid rentul of tteHl Kutnte, lo Klre
and Lire tti.iimiu-i! In nrvt eltwiConipiiiil
imin. Wi-tlii-' unit Aekiuiwludi'liiir lluutlri.
I'vnlrai'iK. Vt:i, Jtc.
Aahlabula. O.. Uuc. 7th, tSTt.
lilt ACUKFAIIH tu ahefflcM. n half uuler cood
uu or t-uuivailoa. UuIUIIiiki niw, mioU Crult init U
Oood tinshur on lurt of farm. TuruiM low.
Knipilru at Una uilUw or of ttj. W. Uartmin, ou pruin-
inO ACI1K DAIKV PAHM. nn Tiirmilkil. Aimtlnhiirir.
near Illume, lluwl buUillliiix. Will bu old oil limn
.-v.,,. , m. -iiv,,. niiqiuru un which vi oi A. 11 .
Uailey on prvinliiea.
IIOt'SK AND LOT ut Stenn neir AAmhnla Villain).
tlh an out In nf It acnw, wrl limber ball a mile Imm
It. A rare chance for a bimiualuad. uulro at IbU of-
n or iiarvu i-arriu uu pmuiiaua.
HOfHK and LOT on Camp St,, with good Baru.
iiuuuiiiK uvanv uew. J rice very low.
HlMStTaaid LOT nn Proapect St., with good Barn
and choice t rull, lurg Lot, anil very 1
I)t LLTIt ( 1TY LOTS.-SfTeral deatiabU Lati la
UuluUi ciu be liad at a bariotia.
MIOIltOAN AND WISCONSIN LANI1H.-IM0 Acre
land near M;liiaw Clly ami m icree In Mlchiann t o.,
Wiacouain. VS III be auld or oxubiuged tor lull to Aab
HJ It.nryo LOTS. In mirurent DrU of tht Vlluura
for Hie ou eaay turnu.
TUB KKTTLETON FA KM, th Ptemlnm Firm ot
the Count. uU-aaaiaily alluated, only IH uiiloa from
Aahubiua Vlllaiiu ; conulua SMI acrea, will good biikl
Inga, choice fruit aud never falling apriuga of uure wa
ter. Tennatery reaawiable. Knu.utr of Mr. Nalllalou
ou ths pnuuiaeior it thti aguay-
OOOD HOl'SR A LOT. sett Sooth if Prwhyterlan
Chapul, I'll Kara. St., iu Aahtabuut Village. A wrj a
Irable locallou la It la mar tbe balaotr.
IKXHK A OOon LOT, on North Side of Pro.jietl
St., ahurldiatuiie Weat of MutUua St., sum Joining aiui
nODHB LOT. with leo bars, both of whtih wtU
be told on vary returnable urate.
NEW HOI'S It and Pleaaaat tot OS) FluSt. Taba
had for tlw niatlerate prlcvof l,UUU. wUU wary flvora
ble terua of uaynieut.
FARM ItorsK with a.w bafWInya, t mlW. fro
VII1.U. fi. PUitlt Uiu.l will. t. ..r..i,rnMi lauit l.lHn
ty of iiood it.r lud ftutl woild ak. t aoiuairtabl.
M ACRES OF LANDidJolnuif th.bick af
1 -tu hcaujd aeuarat. from or iu col
IniSbtOw ... ' ! 4nr& . .
with above named lio.iae au. ..
HOUSE ft TWO LOTS, oa llumuhr.y S. flood new
hulldlnv., ally a abort walk fiom Ullug.. W'UI be aold
f ery cheap.
-Tf WAi'J t v i nil' 1 1 u I
MIR loth Vol. of Wooii'a ITocsK-
1 am.n Mahhsiss txcln with .ln. t l tdltcd
tiy fJsil lUinllli.n. H. B. Wood nl II. V. Oflmrnc, and
tiirlni'ts nmiinit Hp n-jnilsr roiitrlliaiort Ilorix-n Uresley,
(lull 11 iiiii lion. Thin. K. Hwher. Dr. Din l.iuiK Dr.w .
W. Hall. Jamil rsrlnn, etc. Bnrrli-t in-wni-r piiiwv;
llrlck I'omcrnv. ,l..hn (1. Site. MJ. Oun. Kllpilrlrk.
t'i'ln t urn V. Niflyr. etr.. wrlto for lb oorinlonilljr.
Tfrm. l I TfOT. nulsl'titmt, Itiron Sl-cln perlod
Icsls ire given for the jrlre or onf of th m. Ths mart
llbeill I'n-mlum t,lt ever nnhllKhi-d. No pertoillcnl Is
moro freqiicnlly or rnvonhly mviirtiinod hv Uipr.
"Wood IloiiM'hold M(rlne In one or Iho minnm!nl
of hinlncx enlerprlm- hlell mark the MfthmlM
Iftm Journal. Philadelphia, Pa. "It hn heen Impror
Inir etur uluce we knew II (rood criterion for the fit
turn." Cmirftr. Now Jlnrket.riiiadn. "U i I marvel of
ehcii aoi-a and Srt-clai 1ualllyromnim-ii. lore
Tlmtt. Bueclniefrcspir lenl rrt lo nnv aiinreF.
r 8. H. WOOD CO..
1130 NewhurKh, N. T.
CO - P A II T N E U S II I P. Th Und er
flfiied entered Into partnership on the iPt day of
Jannarv, IsTS. under the name of llakell A Sona, for
the trinKartlon of tlie Lumber bunlntKn In the Hlatea of
Ohio. Indiana and Michigan. . W. HASKELL,
SIMI M. II. HASKELL,
Ashtabula, Jan. 18, 1 W. V. HASKELL.
VLL pnrties indebted to the old firm
of Hmlth Clllkcjr are rcquented to call and reltle.
K. II. O.
This. Cut Illustrates the manner of Usinf -
1' uuuwuu iiiwiu uijuumu.) f ll' t
Thin ltifftrnment U enpecially declined for the per
DR. SAOI'OATARim Rf MEDY.
Tt ta tho only form of (imtromcnt yt Invtntd'
with which fluid mtttlicino can he carried high up
and ptrfectly applied to all parts of the affected napal
It.itriaeH, attti tliocltambera r cavities commnnlcnt
ii tiioroMrith, lu-which, aorea and ulcera frequently
e-ciit, and froinr which Hie-catarrhal discharge (rene.
Mlly proceed. Tivo want of fuccert In treating
C-itarrn horeUifore- has arlnon largely from ihe lmjK)--Mbility
of applying remedies to these cavities n
chambers- by any of the ordinary methods. This
obstacle Kn tho way of stTectlng cures Is entirely
rworcoott by tho Inventioik of the Douche. Jr b fin if
tliis initriunQiit. the Fluid i carried by Its own weight
(no tiurflnj), forcing or pumping being required.) np ue
iiontril In a full gently itwinjf stream to the hrphsst
portion or tno-nani iAf8tr!;es, wiss mio ana toer
oii?t.ly cleanse all the tuhos and ehameers connected
thtirewith, and flows out of the opposite nostril., fte
Is pleasant, and so etmplo that a child can under
stand it. Full and explicit directions
accompany-each. Instrument. Whco need with ttiia
Instrument, lr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy cures recent
attacks of "(Jol lu she Head " by ft few sp
ullcatlnns. 8fmtomi ot CMtarrh Freqnent
ache, (Uncharge fall inn; Into- Uiroat aometln.es pro
fuse, watery, thick iuicub. pnrulcnt, offensive, &et
in omors a nrynesp, ory, waiery. wean or innamea
eyes, stopping up or obstruction of nasal- parages.
ringing In ears, dcAfness hawking and conhlng to
Clear mroai, inceraiions, scaos irnm nicer , voice
altered, nanal twanir, offensive breath. Impaired or
of sense of smell and taMe, dizzi
ness, mental df pre? I on, loss of appetite. Indigestion,
enlarged tunsils, tickling cought Jtc. Only a few of
these symptoms are likely to be present Id any cots
Dr. Kaffr'a Catarrh Remedy when used
with Dr. Pierre's Nasal Douche, and sc.
companied with the constitutional treatment which,
Is recommendwt In tho pamphlet that wraps each
bottle of tho KeiRvdy, Is a pcrfcoi sprefftc for this;
inainsomo niceane; aim inn proprietor oners in gooa
fntth. f 5 Oil reward for a cave he can not cure.
Tho Kumedy Is mild ana pleasant to use. containing
no-strong or caitstic drugs or poisons. The Calarrhi
Kemefly is sold at AO centsk Dmiche at AO cents, of
all Driiflr;s;il, or eltherwilL be uailed by pro
prietor ou receipt of AO cents.
H. V. PIEBfE, T?f. D.,
Good vs. Poor Oil !
TlIK nn.lt'vs.mw'fl luul llie niisforluiic
o receive from Cleveland, a few dnvs aero, a lot of noor.
unplLttiiu Ittunlug Oil, tor the tirt time In Ten Yenrs !
As somi nn the inutility wan known, I hud It ot'iit buck
t the nmnnXicturuw, und liavu since received a lot of
rtrpurtwr ah-otlwriitetf (Hi, uf the qua lily lierulufare sold
uy me, which if wnrrnnii'ii
1 laive a I "ii received a conxlgikraent of "Safety Kro
sine Oil,1 wltlHi U wi4erior t aitv thlug ever before
used as a Hnruln OU r ficwty une, Ux- safety as well
asocunomy! Asikcttnuot expltwlo, warrantvd. lW,
whereas ordftmr ot) U Un Are test.
Tills Oil Is now ued on all htcunwdlxes fur hend
llgbtHnsIt is conntwntljt rxjiojuxl ttt a great bent, and
U an rati as Kuerni or l.axi Oil. aud elwui and oleasant.
ami nurns wun a oewuuui ciear wuue in
Forinlrn aiy qimntitv by
AHhtHhula, slail. U, 1h;4.
O. K. RALPH'S,
NEW CASH STORE.
IWOl'LD moKt rinM'i'tl'iiliy Vnfnrm
tlu InhHliilauta of Atititabu'a and aurroiiiuliiii? coun.
try, that I liavu ujiom.Hl a toru wllUa.uuw uud aek-ct
BOOTS AND SllOKSv
which I propose to aell aJ nunlmalw prktw aid ready
pay. IMie door Hoiuh of Kink, rJillimau, Jt L'o'a Feud
I'lcase give me I chance to show that I mean bn.lness.
P. S. Wl'l tako la en,cbange lur goods, baiter, egga
and farm produce irenerallv,
AalitHtwIa. Jun. iU, 1H7J.
S. T. 18G0 X.
flUS wonderful vfgetable restorative
la tb.abeet-anchor irf tin femiw and debilitated. Asa
toulc iml cordial for Ihe-ajiwl and languid It has no
equal among utoniai-hlt-e. Asa remedy lor the nervous
wt-akuemt to which women are eeiMiclutly anbVol, It Is
eupernedinx every oilitir attuiuiuut. In ail climatea,
truoU-ai, temperate or frti:it, it acta as a epecltlc in eve
ry .peciea of di.order Wkwti landeriuli.ea tlu) bodily
atreutU aiul break dowu tun luiuutl sulrli. UU
Vor PraaervlrtK aad Beautirjlnc (ha Hit-
man Hair. To Pre.a lla ralllata;
Oat and TurtUac dray.
A w.U-prwerved Bad of Ualr, In paraoa of ralddl.
agu, at one beapuaka raaaement, legsmea, health and
beauty. It may ba truly called Womani Crowulnc fiio
ry, w hit. men are not Insensible to lu advantage, md
chariua. Few thing ara mora dlauu.llntj than tbla,
frtaaly.harah. anUmad Ualr, with Bead aud coal eoTer
with daodruf. Vtait a barber aud yon faal aad look
Ilk. a n.w man. This la what Lyon'. Katlurloa will
do ill the tlmi. Th. charm which Ilea In wed placad
Ualr, Oloaay Curia. Luxuriant Tnaaea, and a Claa
Uead, li Dotlcabl and Irresistible.
Sold by all Drug-rUti ind Country Store.
I Holt m hJV-" Od Cutter, one pair ol
u)n " mA " M iaOSUER.
t v a
NEf WlOTOOnAPUIC IWOM8.
Smith's Gallery, of Art.
1 IlffiSuliscriWit wotiVt rrpolfullv In-
Inrm theeltlaenanf Aabtahnla and vicinity that fie hea
leaned for i termor yeara. the tntril nimr ot lyiora
new brisk blink, and fa now Biting them for a
First ClfrtSH, lMtotograjthio Gallery.
Tim IninrnvemAnta and flminaea a,aa in In t mrward
alate of pnnrrve. and In liftiM.n or tweety day. the Oal
lery will be open to the Hnblle,of wthlnb doe notice will
be inven thninirh theae cnlninna,.
Kvery effort, la neinir mane in.arnre tne iaiear wm-
prnrementa both In the t nemtrai and Min-iianirai im
rnrtmenia. The Hky llirht la elevated beyuiul Iho-ln-lliipnce
of adjacent bnllillnira, and la cnnaWraew-d ae
cordliiK lo the Intent dkwuerlee Ut phiiliKtraphlc op
Ilea ; la nwk' dnnbleind In aix ninvable panela, aoaato
be entirely nndur tho control or the operator In any
Th InatrnnvntOjil Dieirtini,
Drnvblrdiwlth fuJI line of Cameras andiLpnaea. ill
of aiinerlor qualltvi makinir plctiirea from locket to
uuume inamoum iin ro in incneai eiae.
Tlie Flnlaliltut Pep.aiti,
la provided with an ibiindMieaiipply nf water and wa
plpiK and flxtnrea Iwtu been placod to aa to seen re
every poaplbb lonaenleuce.
The Chemical Oepairtment.
ta-armiked with nil re chemicals, lit nf which ire either
manufactured or piarilted by the proprietor hlmeelf.
A Liu NEOATIVK9 HKTOUCHED,
WlthtfuH-xtra charfrev except In sp ott' caaea.
All Unda of flral-ctapa work will receive ittnntton.
ench aa topjlng, Knlargliil!, Ink, Paatal aud Llfii Slae
Card Photographs $3 per Dozen,
rcnrcctfnlly Itwlto the palrnnmrti and annoert of
thoae wiwi amtfeciato a fine plintofpraph and atiall spare
no pallia to Kive perfect aatiafaetliMa,
I SEM L IIIM'S. Don't come to he Dhotoeranhed
when von are tint ind wearv. or fiael faiiifiwd- or raooa
any cane nepreeaed In apuua, nor wHen you ire m
nurry aiul nuvu not. ttttu: I- wnun anting n poaainie think
of MonM-thinK-etre. All eohiraand blue cyee can be aue
ceanfullv ihotoi;ranhed. Laat but not least do not ask
to see the ni-CTtive ; jou cwuMtt.ll wha It will be after
It la retoui-bwl.
The puhlla-KTiK'jilly ee-tovlted ko'alalt Smith'! Art
Gallery, wheaiee uiuy wlah to ait or not.
114A J. KDWABD5.SM.VJM, Artist,
Iniure f oar Dwefllagi and Farm Prop
erly lo. ib.a
Watertown Fire Insur. Co.,
OJT WATKBTOWN, H. Y.
Capital and Surplus over $325,000
ABATES itf 5r0 per t)enfc. ower than
charum by companies doing ft irenesnJ hrtjm8 and In-
suruHAothinx moro luuErtloae than dweUtnasand their
contents. No hmlnes property taken. Insures against
all lots or damage hj fire or Ihrhtnlng, an 4 n company
can,bj ou a sajeQ baiikan,d but few inon rperoua
than the Wlt-testeM.. U U twt subject to sweeping flrea
or heavy Kuittee. it Hd nut roote a dollar In the Chlcatro
Klre or In those of Michigan or Wlt4Aav Has saves
the owners oi dwellings and latum property over $100,
uuu ui rtw wk suue in ine hi hi ionr years, ry us rea
tMsftoie races, xoh. aan save money oy caning on
EDO AH HALL. Agent,
1145 AshUbula, OhJo
C UTTERS t
AT II F. Cnvstt & CoV Cnrriage
Factor v. Main HtM Ashtabula. Gary's old stautL.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Again the Fur Mies.
WANTED. Any amount ot Raw
Furs, for which tbe highest market price In
canh will be paid, at our hoot factory,, tumrly oppoaite
the revenue ottlce. AalitAbukt. Ohio.
Tlu) followlnn ywiinaiMne w i'l be gtwa to those who
bring ui bbi! moat Hire by the first dy of May acxt :
1 A pood pair of ('all Boota.
d. A sood mlr of tUp Boot.
8d. A good pnlr ot Htoik Boota.
4th. A tood pair oi Huxui'iulet
5th. A ic'wl Jack Kilfu:
JHh. A Dii Col lira.
UUoMay C. B. FOX ft SON.
P NOTIOH. fj
Real Estate Agent & Owner.
9 A LOTS war Wain St., Ashtabula, O.
U 19. ajcrp. ko1 limine, barn and orchard ; X
mllea south ol Aiflitalieia oa Uie-aaftlo. load to Jefferson.
tS atti-sjin Siuih l(i(l).n Hi mi. 4 attbi. west or Aahla
bula; jriMidi tMtildittjen, Sail, carriage and hlackamlth
aiiofia. aud iloie ttwl lot where 1 live, und 50 acrea 7
milea aowtb u Kekou-irnvtllo on tlie old Turnpike. Good
house, bum aad nrtbard. I have uli-o for sale tluee new.
Top Hiti;i;f ea, clieap and on eaay term. ; a I no ottta
proprrty bauaiaeroua to menllon.
TftH 1). W. GART..
r j. tt Ij a fobs,
IT AS on linn.l n good assortment ol
llnrnrsa of varlnna kinds. Heavy and Ltyht, Slnnl. a.nd
Doiibh-, of tbu bent workmanship and niaterUL. a4
are prepared to till orders lor work of any doaarlptkip
ill his Hue.
T JFL TT INT X5L S J
lie has iift laid
(limn alr.i-d Travel
qimlllivs uud vuIuch, .
rtre siAfilv of larfre and me
viAaiis. Tih v hm of varloui
"wnled at favunihle urlces.
I tie u
ttregt.liUMit U alto the luriresl of anv in th
ri'ifivu,. The iraveliiiir i stre luvited to look over
this stock, us they can k tail to njir sakmething' li
iiKJuunyii. w-, j. lattii
J 5. Ii EA 11
T.TAS jn8l opened a new Furniture and
-a.-a. P'wiL.rai(KIff 0ia In Aaatatmla. loann.it. th
Revenue CoUeclor'e otllce j to whkh he roepteiflillr in.
vita air who feel frtontllv toward the onenlnir of a new
catnhllaamcut la th. place, 'o give him a call. He will
keepcouetaally an baud a ft rat clasa assortment of
PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING-ROOM AND OFFICE.
and In fact evervthlng In the tin. Tb Vndertikiajv
liupartnieut will he round not only a tarire variety of ta
best I'oltln. and Cankete hut Hhrowiln. TTtinmliur. 4
A aood llearae atwaya Ui icadtueaa Oor cilia.
FOR 8 ALB.
A Farm nflwajmi fn Ftnuoth rownahlp, & miles from
shlah.la t tA aerea timter. ta acres orchard floe irrart.
ed fruit, it acre Vineyard, wbolu farm waieredbv living
priii.. tiood buildliia aud eieiy tUinK iagava order.
rric. f ooo.
A email Firm nt ft awe Waal ef Haraoa aa Lab.
Shore Koad ; good fruit and and fair bulidiaga. A ary
desirable place for any one who wiuti a await bit of
laud and auug home, l'rice (aJ0.
A Tljlua and Lot on Proapet Si. Brick house built In
good avle. larve lot. .v.iythiug convenient and tasty.
A very aeairabui pUace fur anyoae wlahin tapwrahasM a
liahionabl. re.Weawi. Terma easy.
A nnmber of vacant batldftur lots In Vlllur. aVuarabw
A house and lot In tha Biat Vlllace ; lot 1 acre, R rod
front aud SO deep ; story and I ha I
...i.i . i .... : i ...a uiu.) i
lory and I half house au wing all
Bulahwf good cellar lud HO aJil. ttatMii.well trUd and
.vvrylhlug .aaenllal to make It a good h
A hwise and tut on Chestnut atreet.
ttnut atreet. V aata or land t
aata of Und ;
well trial ted. irood well, maajam houaa. Prim. tTUk and
a gnat bargain.
A Woolen Mill of tnnr storta, and H a tree of hand i
together with a -M fol Ok. water power ; situated la
flymouth. Tbla propertj baa lain till. Ar a long tine,
But rsoaw lu the market. Conld b. awd for grist aitU.
paper nilB, ah.lr laclory, taanto aietoey, or any othee
purHae desired : only a ahort distanoa from Aantabula
village. Prtra. ClaJO, oa easy term a good bargain
for soma eaergeti. aeras,
A farm of TO icraa oa th F'lak Kaad. 10 acrea tlm
herett. Good Orchard, soil black loam, good balldiac
The owner of thi. farm deslrea to soil oo account of
poor health, aad will aell at a bargain.. Terma ay.
A Farm of tT Acraa an taa lamia Ridge, about H
mile from Ashlabila. Good buildlnga, all kind of
fruit, sandy Mill. And la good laud as there la in th
county. Owuat waul to go Wast aud will aU chaaa.
Two Farm oa the Lak Shora Road, East f Harbor,
For sale or exchaaga.
A Houae ind M on Optra St., H acra land, a.w
houa and desirably located, Frio tuw aad teruut aay.
For term ind pirticnlir regarding any of th above
properly, call oa alHlAK HALL, Kel Kslal. Agent,
Ashtabula, Ohio. OSko evt bberiuaa ft Uall'a iaw
Due notice la liereby given to all ptr-
Uu owing Dr. H. B. ft K. V. via Norman, as a arm
or Individually to rail and setll. without delay, aa th
books must a. ciowrd up It th earliest poaaibl. date.
Dr. O, B. Mo., my .uommoi, ta agtburtavd lo roalva all
tuoolv and raewlut rba aim.
" v t k?,V,YA!0RMA..D
AahUbula, Nov.Tth,ltf71. 1