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Saturday Moraine, Oct. 1ft, 1872.
Fn Ftealdcat llyaacs . Grant.
For Vlc-rrtldent Ilcnry Wltsosw
tSrrrcsiilint Grunt li designated Thurs
day, November Stttlv as the National Thauks
kWIiK day. ,
tVTha famine is sliil iicjMipiilntinjf IYraia.
enrtfuVly prepared statement Minns Unit
tare miilioi: of Inhabitants have OUd ul
The Philadelphia Item exhorts Its tJreeley
candidates to "come to the front ; pnpare lo
niter upon your Mve duties." Exactly ; se
K'Ct your sliromt mi J get your cuflin ready.
t3TTlie appointutentfr of C'utl .ScIiiii In
Missouri have liecn iilidruun since the (jiule
elections. Il U supposed lite funds necessary
10 keep Scliuiz in Hie field liuvc li.ilr d.
jT"A veteran vns nliiti.i 1 is exploits to n
crowd of beys hbA aicnlu tu d Laving been in
five engagements. "That's utitliiin.'," broke in
little follow, "my sUltr Ayi- i ban been en
gaged eltveu limes."
Tlic PuiiiesvUlrnnriauiili'rstaiii's I lint the
Western L'uion Telegraph Company lire pre
parlay lo extend their line to (he eounly cut
of old Ueaugu, alonj Ibu route of tuu I. & Y.
UTTli Briti-h Gimri.menl is just begin
ning to rind out Hint it bits been ilrp oniiitical
ly out wilted in 11k- Geneva arbitration ntiitter.
and the London papers think (lure Is cause
for gloomy fireuoilings in ciir.seqitcnee.
OrThe " regents" of tli; Mmut Vernon
property are .rtloul to " improve " llm proper
ty by completely modi rt.i.'.inir it. New ro ids
are to be opened, tree cut down, the mansion
itllctcd, new luinittirj placed i.i Lat' lyvlle's
rociu, iukI the tomb rebuilt.
The Republican majority in L ik county, nt
the lale 1c clion, as 13;j. K"yea' niajniity
In Mil, 1052. The Teit'jrtiph says tin: Dem
ocrats h Id Kirtland us I lit ir li inner Town
ship, und calculated en H majoiity ; instead, il
his given thirty ugii'mt ibem.
CSTLIterary people; gem rally wltli thou
alula of othck'H,u ill tetl n .ienno ot' bereiivoment
In the (kail) of Mrs. James i'lirlou, whose
writlngs under the rwit dt plunge of "Fanny
Fera" have made her widely known and
warmly esteemed In this country.
tflA Is said thitt Ihe wotsl feutures of Sen
ator Sumner's old spinal diuVuity have rcap
peiired in au 10:151 uvtiii il form, and it is pre
dicted llmt be will nevi r return to this coun
try alive. A conciliation of the leading
physicians has been called in hU one.
t7?"Tixe Cleveland Herald thinks, that since
Mis. Pill lliilon iiltempled lo sweep liaek the
tidal wave of the Atlantic O&un w ith hi r
kitchen broom, then liai been no. spectacle, to
ridiculous as the Confederulrs altcinpliii to
roll back the Oetolicr wave of public upiiiiou
with hysteric proclamations.
lyAu excursion, on n grand Beule, is pre
paring ul Columbia, Pa., under Ihe auspices ol
C'viti'.NU Commamkuv, Knights Templar, for
a lour to Europe ami u,e In h;uxa ti.i.nm. Kx
roisiTlox at Yik.nha. They propose lo stnrl
a'mut the Jirst of Juno next. Landing lit
Quuenstown, they will travel tlir.niL-li Irelund
aud Great Uritiuti, and vii.lt ul! places of prom
iueucu on tho Continent.
IjJTJIcClure, the manual r of the Liberal
win;; of the G'tnjledi rates hi Pcuiisylvnui.i,
gives It) Ihe IVhl us Iiujj- Ii :i;i. Iu an interview
with H representative of toe Philadelphia
1'rciM, lately haitline; by liin sid.: iijfiiliiiit the
liepubliean ticket, tin aal.l, " lYmiHylviiuitt iv
hopelessly lor Grunt, and 1 do not think either
Ohio or Indiana. Is likely to vote for Greeley.
I regard the debatable Stales us uettled uuaiuot
ui it) October."
Xow that victory has perched upon our bai
ni rin Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Nebr.inku
itnd Coloudo, It i. uiiiiisinx lo k':,"cu ul Ihe
retrospect ami nciii the Npceiilatious ol tli3 op
position press upon lliu e.haiicis in Ibese statts
before llm eleclions wi-re held. The lulioulnn
h from Ihe Kew York Triliune i f ihe Isl, an I
shows with what accuracy calculations can be
iniulii In rulvuiicc coiiceiubi elictiotis in Ihe
jjreut stiites :
Our fiii-nd In Ohio s"iul forth a note of vic
tory in advance, l I t if llieielo insplied ly Ihe
fooliugs of returns ol careful stir e e inva-s.
Tiny assure us of a liiunph which in s1., IHi.nl
)y generous i.i its scope to cover all eoiiliu !cn-
ics. W o Hlioiibl be Ir-s diapo .i d lo accept
this exuberant htalem nl If wo did not know
tJial thu Oiiio cauvicii by Ihe I.i in r.d oixaiil
Kutioii bus bun one of Ihe nn'sl enn I'nl, hih-ti-inalic
und tlioiunh of al.y bl.ttu in Hie
ThU ciilctilallon, il nllll.e en, w;.is made
after n "niu.il careful, sUcmi:ic and timr-
unb" canviis. of Iho alale ; y.l llm triumph,
wiilcli um lo be hiillice.iily ncncroin in its
acopc to cover ad conlli jeiicies. Is on the otic
.r ei lo by th'MiH'imls.
(Vl he tlmu wasi nays me C l'-vebuul 11: r
ii'i, whuu the New Ymii TrUnino was a very
reliable paper a to its politic il tl Miring, und
ill its repri-seul.it lou. ;. and. (ircilcy had Ihe
credil of poliiicul sa'acny aud houciity. When
A mail ceu.-a to be consistent he teusi a. lo be
lemi-nt, und his rcpiOf.cul.itl.iiM cease lo be re
liable, Grvclcy, on his return from llm West,
Iwld Ids Confederate Iriends at the I'.asl, that
victory wus cr'.ulu at lliu Gciober i lolii.ns;
that lie was snid of Ohio und b.al hopi a of
Indiana, while Pcii'i.sylvama wna not even
(loublhil. How inucb llioioj Ihe Colifcdcrales
ftX'Ud auy on the lrcnr'ih ol Greeley's j mle.
tntut no one cvi. tell, but thai bli old lime
icpul.itioa served lo tiitv wii'lit to bis re pre
eululious there Is no doubt. '1 Lc r -siilt, buiv
ivtr, kiiimi thai wheii we pronounced but
Jliltjuienl on Dido to be that of a loot we
itrerlbt. We believed Ohio to be lliu most
Certain of tho three Stales t,,r Ihe Kepublicau
ticket, auillbo represviilalious u Greeley to
Im but tho bou&luirf, I'lunjiiif, brow bealiuu
which wiu pail of the Conli-ilerulc tattles.
tiT nr pAikT UfuisI Iro'u lbs lulUKtSiantir.il
it Oftlc lu Olilo luveplors Air li.u wevli cnUliu
,. rttk, Kt, aud buuiluir tlwldsM. r uruUI.nl ilii
p(xr.tr4 UUXA IHiX, Bullulurs ul I'slsuts, Waalilnu
sua. 1). 6. .
Urick iLicJilae. Henry Maclin.. Clutiu-
Jouroul llos. Jjorenio BcLmld. Clcve
fand. Clothe VriuKr. Itodoev li. Citliuuat.
Uarbet' Cbcck-bolder. Uoo. . Ilokluii.
Payloiu. , , ,
ikalittsr BtiM. Wui. Klwdntr. tluclu
Uaif. iJydroslaiic ApjiaralOti for Testing Pipe
TbmMioM J. 3It(iuwkii. Cinuiimati.
. Cookiug bU'Ve. AlU.it J. liUHy. L'iu
iuuuii. TiUHtg Dcvico for Pota aud Hetties. , Al
bert J. Ud way. Cineinnail..
Hlata Frame. 1 Wrlaii bvuuui-r. Dayton.
Tucker lor Sewing iUcUiuta. Jos.pU 11.
lialioxPreM. Martin Oreaer.t FrcatonL
," Pump. Jas. A. Blnoluir. oodsflcld.
Gwking Vessel. U iu. W. Tic. Culilorola.
Jli-.rvt.kf. LinoK-r l.isti CiidIm..
JUutrttrf Rjke. Liudlrj if. Oattr. Csotoa.
Ctphbrimo. It is remarkable to what
an extent tho party that was lately hur
rahing and shriek ing t the top of their
lungs, and telling everybody that the
Greeley movement was an actual popu
lar revolution, destined to sweep all be
fore it, baa Suddenly dropped ita voice
and taken to cyphering. No vilhige
schoolhousc, on an unexpected return of
the muster alter a temporary alwence,
ever exhibited a more diligent array ol
students, with eicil and slate in hand,
and eyes intently tiled ujton the diflicull
problem. Not only tho editors all over
the country, but tho chainueii ot statu
and local committee, with one accord,
take up their arithmetics and overwhelm
us w ith tables ol liguns.
The personal organ began this btisi
i.ess the day alter the October clcclione,
determined to show lint if the oppotsr
tiou tailed in vol ing, it wus triumphant
ou p.tpci'. It was not to be daunted; il
was " on the homo stretch," it said, and
would never yield. What it meant pro
bably was ihiii it was on a stretcher lor
home, whit In r it was sure to be carried,
by tlio LiihliicKtt of friends), like other
daniajjvd and disabled btunmers.
Oil the day ol elect ion, the personal
organ paraded its kuiii, showing that
Greeley was fore of 103 electoral votes,
tiniiil of 69. leaving 131 "still seriously
contested," among which were Pennsyl
vania, Ohio and luilmna. The next day,
alter il was know n that Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana were no loncr ammx'
the "seriously contested," hut ihe eel tain
for Grant, took " a fresh look nt its ta
bles," aud put tho sum in this shape:
For Greeley, 178 ; fur Grant, 120; mi l
"seriously contested," 03 which wus a
cheering presentation of the case, because
;t proved that the nioro states its candi
dates lcxst the better his pronpects of site
cess. We have sinco had about filly oili
er tables, all equally punitive, but all dif-
kTcnt. Ouo of the latest ol these is by
General lii inkcrhofi chairnan of tho Lib
eral Committee of Ohio, who, if he could
only light as well us he lignivs, those old
fashioned generals Munchausen a Bom
bastes Furioso, wouldn't bo any w here.
This arithmetical warrior announces to
his chopfullen fellows of Ohio lliu. they
h.ivo no reason to dopMoro tho hv.vs ot
Ohio, became without Oiiio Ofecley is
ceUainol 170 electoral votes, and Grant
.1 .1-. r.. I I . t
oi omy vi, won.) mere rem mis a mar
gin of ISO i mbifiil, out ot which tho irre
pressible leader of the lJlieraN will get
nt least ihu half, swelling bis number to
L'llX II iving oiulorled his lieges with
tho assurance " that nil is not lost," he,
lik'.' another General before him, on an
other memorable occasion shouts,
"Awake, arise, or be forever fallen."
Now, this is harmless amusement, und
no serious objection will Imi made to it,
for it is too significant of ihu posture of
the head and heart, that resorts to it lor
support ami comfort.
Indiana. Itelurns, mostly olllcial. have at
leuglli been collected from Ihe w hole Stale,
and Ihu complexion of the election is that
llendrick Dcmncr.ti has been elected Gov
ernor by SHI majority. M-sldc the election of
Governor, the yuicriiilciidoiit of Public In
Btrucllnn, Hopkins n IK-moeiiil is elided,
but Ihe resl of tin: Slate ticket is Ucpuhlican
by majorities r.inyl u; from to l,Mi. A
full .Stale ticket has been elected, lhroivln. the
eiiliru adliiliiislratiun of the ISliile, outside the
Governor's oltlou and tbn ttchool DeparliiietH,
into the hands of Ihe llcp ihlieans. The He
publieaus also n ivu Ihn Lcglshiaire, by a
majorily of eight iu Ihe House unci four in the
Senate, which makes tiiu re-election of Sena
tor .Morion iili H uh (.'ongri ssmen in lare
ure ltcpiibliciimj. Tim olllehil relurns on l)is
liicl Congressmen elect four Ps'iiioerats and
seven Itcpiiljlicans bul there will hu a eoulisl
in one, If not two of the listricls returned as
DeinoiMatic. In ihu Virst Itiitrict, vvhero Ni
black's iiiiijoriiy has Iuh-ii cut down from
2,'WJ lo li.'5, it U reported Heilman will con
test Ids cent on the ground of Initio's, w ith n
strong prospect, lu the Ninth District, where
Shanks, the Kcpuliiican silling itieinher, has
beeu di leal id on the ollleliil count by Nell'
Willi a uiajority of tweuty-cight, a coniibl
wilt be made on the groiunl llmt forly-seven
voles fobShiiuks were Improperly thrown out
because of words primed in the beading. If
these votes ate counted, Shanks will retain his
si at und Ihe Indiana delegation lu Ihe next
Congress, even sJiould Kihlaek retain Ids posi
tion, will be leu Ili-publu'iins i three Ueino
i rais, bebig a lb publicau gain ol lour uu'iu-birs.
A i' u less lAiiliug (u iliid than Ihe pn suit,
w ben the public mind U so wholly engrossed
with politics, the ileal U of William It. Slew
nrd, w hlch occurred on Thursday of last week,
would hut) created a profound impression gen-
t rally, lie was worthy the Uonur of his coun
trymen while living, ami their leverntial e-
mi Uibralice lieiid. He was one of the lew re
ally l'cut, uoinpicheiisive slaU-Hiusn Which the
ibis conutry has product d great not only iu
mental yr.isp uud iulelllgence, but LulUat wise
conservaiisin mid prudence so ucectsKgy to
utliuiuUtir public Htlairs, and In that bdiy,
purs yaliuotisiu which looks to tits klgbesl
good if Ihu country. The history of this
country uonlainu-w names of which poster!
ty will lu an with more uordiaL feelings of re
gurd (ban. lo Hint of William IL Steward,
wbosu deiUU. luavca a vi.ua nt pbiee In tlu) ling
of Amerulan st'itesaien. The funeral of lbs
d ceased took, place at Auburn, M. Y.,. on
Tutt Otdo l)en.niilc Rata Committee lu
llieln clruulur issued sluco Ihu election aava i
Fonr-fllVhs of Denuiorney who stayed at
iiwiiiu mai a iit-nuay call UU IttUUCCU U) VOID tor
uweu'y in nouriuoer.
'Plils kind i.r talk will, prs.Uibry not decli-vo
any one. Those who refused t vote at the
Oelober election w 111, aa ewij imi,, knows
ln knows siiytbing, bu moro tluleriuUiad In
refusal to aupport tha mongraj llekt't in No
vcmber. The past la too puleut lo dtuilul
berenbout, and the thing It not at all pccullu
to this rcglou, that those of the democracy
oppoaed to being transferred by the leaders of
the party to Ihu Greeby farce, voted Ihe Slato
livkuU with the open uuduritanlng that Hor
ace wuuUd get no vote of theirs in the com.
Ing elrcllo. Tha Kiale Conimlllesi ara draw
ing upan ths cvdulily of lbs rank. UK and if
tta-sti lU'cJaMiiUnia have any eifeoi, are only
calculated, to. aibl. to. lbs illppnl)iluieiil of
tha oreduls arid slmpja nod. Increase Uii'ir Uis
gust fior icli VUo J pa; gul jvm. -.
COAST MOUNTAINS, CAL. Oct. 7. '72.
Friend Rod There are noirm here, they
are ranchci; nothing Is carried, everything Is
packed ; we nse no paiU, but have bucket ; out
money I not reckoned in shillings and cents,
but In dollar and bits. These and numerous
ether expressions, seemed odd to me nt first,
but I speak the whole thing now, with os
much gusto as a native California!). Our cur
rency Is gold and silver one occasionally sees
a half dime silver piece, but as a general thing,
we fire ahoye taking audi, small money, and
WlH Dot Stoop to handle anything less than ft
dime. If you purchase Anything no mailer
bow small an nriielu in value there is nothing
b ssthun a hit (a shilling); If yon make the
clmnire a dim'- passes for a bit, If they make II
to you, fifteen cents. Scrip, nickte money and
cents, nru ss much of a curiosity lien-, as gold
nmt silver are wPli you. Let a person under
take lo pass irreeubiicks or scrip in exchange
for goods, nnd he Is looked upon una suspi
cious character, not worthy of fellowship.
These stores nlonir the Const sell Ihelr good?
at in enormous profit, but they do a credit
hnsinesa nnd Ihe money they gc', bus to bal
nnco w hatlbey iloa't get, so that in the end
they eoiiH! out about whole. They depend on
the mill men for their suirt. fcViw mills are
erected every few miles along the Const, nnd
each one employs many men ; first cornea the
choppers, who fall the trees, and il ls no un
common thing lo see four men chopping on
the same tree ; Ihey generally leave a stump
about ten feel high, for at thai height the tree
has belter proportion j each chopper has n
board about live feet king and six Inches l.lc ;
he first cuts a notch in the tree al Ihe nipiircd
blight, drives in liis board, on which he stands
w hile chopping. I have seen lives en I oil' fifty
feet from the ground Ihe chopper standing on
his imrrow b ird iu mid air. Alter the Ircts
nr.-felled they ure stripped of their b ik nnd
sawed into 1 igs. Il tin n takes a host ol men,
horses, mules and oxen to get Ibeni down Ihe
sides of the mountains and to the mills ; from
Ihe nulls the lumbe r is taken on a wooden
railway to the Coast, w here It passes over
thtiten into vessels and is sent lo markc 1. The
lighter work ntuwit tin se iniils is all done by
Chinamen. Tiny will work for a dollar a day
aud board Ihcinsclvcs. The cheapness of their
lalioi is generally driving out the w hile labor,
und 1 van see there is a bitter enmity growing
belwicil lie m.
These Chinese nre a sin ill nml puny race,
slow in their movements nnd wilU a very un
intelligible look. Il Is surprising in see with
what tenacity Ihey cling lo ll.e ciislonis of
their country. Those that have Iwen here lh
lonuitU arejusl the same us the latest arrivals
iu dress, manners mid habits ; their dress is
generally of hule material, and Ihey have the
appearance of a man w ith loose over alls on,
with his sltirl on the outside. .Most of them
wear the wooihn soled slippers und while
stockings, othi is li.ive the slippers minus the
siockiims. Tlie hack uud trout parts of their
heads are shaved tout the ronuiinlag hair is en
teriwined with a long silken binid, w liich is
Iw isted over the back of the head in the shape
ol a huge "wiiUr.nU" or looms down their
back nearly lo their feel. The women are
small in stature, with delicate features, and
'.hey dress "( In Chinese.'' Tiny always seem
to be idle the men doing Ihe work. These
Chinese lire doing Hie Oil ly work of Califor
nia ; common day laborers cannot compete
with them they will work cheaper, and a
few spoonslul of lice a day Is all Ihey ask to
cut 1 All Ihe track bauds of the "Central Pa
cific It. It." are Chiuaiuen. Most of Hie far
mers employ Ihein, and they h ive gradually
pushed their w ay into all brancliis of menial
labor. As a general thing,. Ihey have no de
sire to learn our habits, und casioms, only as
fur as is necessary lor their ow n convenience.
At every tiuu one meets lhse iibuoiid-eycd
C leslials, which, iu .line, iicu to lucome us
liiuuh of a problem iu uniional politics, aa the
uegto has belli. In general appearance Ihey
very much resemble the rude pictures thai
adorn their ti a do sis.
In going among ihe inhiibilanls of these
mouulaliis one II. ol, a spirit of contentment
and ease pervading lhci.ii nil. The lewises ol
these mucin is iirciroin one lo five miles aHirt,
Ntighhors are not u-nilih sonic, and neighhor
hood gossip Is unknown, la approaching one
of lliese hoiis' s you are first welcomed by Ihu
barking of Iroiu two lo tight dogs, the iumatts
linn puis in an uppenraucj at Ihe door, and
you nre requested to alight and enter. I'pou
passing over the threshold, you nro al once
reminded of a hunter's cabin; on pegs around
the roo.n are arranged the guns and other
paraphernalia of animal warfare. Doer's bonis
are untied lo Ihe gate posts nml the chairs are
bottomed Willi their hides t A clock, looking
class, mi, I a few pictures cnl from pictorial pa
pers adorn Iho walls; a bible, with a lew
chairs ami iv dirty stove, embraces Ihu furni
ture of the loiu. Tiie.se houses nre petitioned
oil' iuto small bed-rooms, widi ous larger
room, wjiicli serves for general use. due is
always welcomed iu a m ist hospitable inau
ner, ami a pressing iuvilatioti Is ever extended
10 w ail until "grub is ready." This "grub" Is
not alwajs of Hie grcutesl variety, neither Is
11 served according lo Fiench rules, but It Is
offered iu ii generous manner, ami this some
times makes it relish well. Houses of Ibis
kind are gi lie rally kepl by siugfo nun, well
on iu tho years ol bachelorhood, and some ol
llieitt live very tillliy indeed. Whenever one
ia louml lu which ihe domesliu work is done
by thu "gentler sex," things present n ilill'civnl
iippsiiranue, aud sotuu 4 them ale us neat nnd
co.y as the hand of woman, only, knows how
to make lliem. Iu the cabbi of our nearest
uelghbor Is found a plauo, ot' leu limes ihe
value of llMjJiouse; Ibis iustruuieiil was look
ed upon at lirsl us a queer thing to have, upon
these mountains, among the doers und bears,
and nluvost (finally as wibl peopU'. But as
wu gather nrouiiil it and listen to Its sweet
slraius, us they are echoed nnd re echoed
among the canons, nnd ubing Ihe aides of the
mountains, It carries our Ukcmorics back lo
other years, und we feel Ih tt bulged, ".Music
hath charms lo soothe a taviige."
The inUabUunts of these hills are mostly old
miners, lluil came to CalilornU from the Slates
hi tiie first year of llui gold exciteua-nt. linv
ing laid up uothuig.nud mining gulling Into
the hands of rich companies, and lu. bwkiiu
aboul tliem for a, home, ihey have drifted onto
this moiiuialiia,"liUied. out their section,"
and live hi rudremeul, with the compauhiu
ship of their dogs and kuiis. Some of ibeas
have their ranches well sUicluik ivbh bona aud
cattle, whk h bring them In each year quite a
revenue, w hile their guns glue tliein a sup.
port. Hearts deem, loxc una smalh r game
are very plenty. Thu bears ure vouy shy, and
il la only au occasional one that geta killed.
Sonicllinei buuger uinkisthem Udd, tuitV they
uoiue nunc ihu Imus for lio;;s. Pork is their
sH-ebl doliglit, aud many a grimier "cornea
inamhing kniue" w ith the meat gnawed from
his bones, while Ida vitals are uninjured
Deer ar plenty, aV furnish our tables wllb
fresh meat. Each week, lu. going to an 1 from
boms, I. see from one to a dnsuu,. and I often
with that my friends in Ashtabula, who own
ffincy guns and practice larget-sboollug, wvss
udi lo try their skill on gams uior alircllve
la unuHitj thess lalinals, ths sport is tom.
times attended with a great ainouut of labor,
for Ills often necessary lo climb tho steep sides
of the mountains, over rocks and through un
derbrush In order to get a sight of your game.
After a shot is had uc- matter bow deadly
your deer w ill run for a while, and if you
nave not a dog to tako you to bis dying place,
you are apt to lose blin altogether. It has
been my rortune or the deer's, rather never
to have seen one of these animals when I have
had a ;uii, and the only game I have killed lu
this country Is fleas which are wr plenty,
and of the liveliest kind. By piaetlco, I have
become ns expert lu bunting them as a wo
man. The streams nre rs pure and clear as crystal,
and abound with trout. In ono close by I of
ten speud a few hours, fishing, and I invaria
bly gr home with a nice string of the speckled
shiners these, wilh good veuisou steak, make
a tolerably good meal.
Thu weuther up hero, has beeu hut, the pasl
summer. I'ol'S are not common, and itiirli
winds ure seldom known. One can llud a di
versity of cliuinte by travelling a very few
miles; let a person go six miles from these
mountains in a clear, hot day, to Iho coast,
and you nre apt to be enveloped iu a dense
fog, wilh a coal brcize blowing. We can look
Iron) our mountain home mosl any day on old
ocean, and see dense fog b ulks reeling on his
blue waters, while with us the air is us clear
and pure us purity itself. Thunder and liglil
iiiug have beeu unknown along this coasl, until
wilh'm the past year a few luulferiiigs have
been heard; Ihe people were frighlcmd ut
first, for they fancied that lliu rumbling noise
was the Ion-runner of some earthquake thai
was about to break upon them. Tuu old in
habitants say "thu climate and seasons here
are not as they used lo be they are changing
for the worse each year," nnd ihey lay il lo
the "cussul Pacific Railroad," bringing so
many people hi here from Ihe Slates, iukI their
had climate und impure alinosplnre comes
I receive the Tdi'jrajik nnd ikutind each
week Ihev conn; like an old friend, aud con
verse wilh me about matter at home. I read
lliem eargcrly and cure-fully nolo every im
provement and advancement Ashtabula is
making cityward. The political part I oc
casionally read, but do not digest ; it makes
me think of the boy who whistles at night lo
keep his coliarge up, w hile al the same lime
Ills huir is ready lo rise with fright. You
would wish lo make your render believe
lliul there "is nothing alarming iu the Greeley
movement, il Is a mere trill -," while within
you, you leel it lobe Ihe "Tidal Wave" lliul
U lo sweep your party from existence next
November. A tew mouths mio, I thought the
"Hcntiuti mini's" mind was a li lie .wavering,
but he has been w 'hipped into the traces, and
works iitiinirably now. I can uc touul for It.'
zeal by the simple, word Posl-olllce. Why
you should he so zealous iu a had cause, I can
not account for, unless it is lor tlie jtood il has
done you, or for something you may have in
expecluucy. How is litis, Friend UtiKU V
"Reconciliation," ns a qualification for the
Presidency, is becoming u little obsolete, and
"clasping IiiiiuIj across the bloody chiisiu"
seems likely, ulso, soon lo be uuuibered uuioug
Ihu losl uris.
I'anli-s IncleMcil lo the old Arm of Smith lillkcv,
will HI. am iinlhe dial nil. r Nijvi m.Ii. r I.i I i..v..
oUnLioaiitsn.il iulil. Hint M r. I. O. J-'lslier, H itu wilt
in iir.-i-u ui tim-u in iiiiiki! wlfl.uiaiuue.
asiiijoi (ia. i i.jHii. is. II. (III.KKY.
THE STATE OP OIIIO, Aslilatnila Comity, nt:
In tliu Court of I'oiiiiiiini l'ktus,
Thomas MallK-un, i'luhiiliT.
Jno. 'Ionian nail W i li-lil. partners, un-
iiei- una iiuiau oi uurnou a w ritii, licit s.
OAII) Defendants, who reiddo in the
statu of IVniiiiylvuiitii, will taU notice. Unit on tin.
HUlil cluy of hnitiiiibi.r. sTJ, iraM I'lollitlll' tiled Ills
in-1 1 ( i on nullum rjal I), r.aiiliiiiis, la said Court, pi'nj li.
lllilaieiil lftr ittnoaal ilau on hccooiiI o woikniul lulua'
unit iMjirailitf lua. Is In Aatrn-t ami Ncptetiiln'r, IKU,
uimoiiiiUii lo jT-.'&S'.l und uliliiiu.it nn iit.lnr i.r Al-
tiulMHOIIIs aillllihl said il.ielilhllllK. Kid lleleuluula
sr.! i. n.aO kl lo smieurniid iti.r hhIO ieituon un or
i.i ...iu li.u oa n.ii il 1 1 ill j lllli'r lliu '.'Sillily ol -ivcm lll'C.
IS!- . HHKKMA.N Jt IIAI.L, lilll". Amis.
liiili-d()i-tolM-r Mill, INK, lisiMit
Sheriff" as Special Jnnttr Coiniiii.iri.ner.
SALE OF LANDS AM) TENEMENTS,
Ailit,ilmtt Court Cainiit. i'.ViM, Oct. Term, 1370
i Li.. Kxef nlurs of 'liios. Mllulull, 1
, , sualnst -Al. Omma orS.iu.
Joliu tMuline, ul. ul. )
13v Virtue of mi Alias Order of Sale
daljr Issued fioin snld Court In the nlmve -ns Ih iiui
illrueled. I will offer for wilu li). nay ol pulille Hlli-lliin at
the door or Uiu Curt House la .li lt, rsm Aslnulaila
County, Ohio, on iMiiiulsv, Uiu Isili dny id' Novi-iiilii
a. if, inn, ui'iwuen inn n.iars ut ii nail ly o clock, A.
M. Uf nill lIllV. tllll (..HoWillLr fl..-.'rll,i.,l I N...I. u,,.i
Tuiii iiiuats. in. wit : Si i an t a In said ('.unity m' Aslus
hals. Ill the Tiiwiislilp of Iv i r i v j 1 1 . . u 1 1 1 i Stuu i.roiiai.
sad known ns l.iln part or l.ol i, Iiouialnd us
lonows: laniaeiieniir hi h iiuiat in lliu South lino ol
His South Itl.lu road, in Ihu 'ut Ilau or hind i.r N c.
Case ; (hui eu soaili aluu snid ( use's west Ilau nliiuty
(IHU leut. to kltnl or li. It. lloi;.; llielnu Wusl illoi.i'
snid lloirur's ininti Hun Koilv-nlnu (-lo, lei i. to ihu Knst
lino or land .f sniil ltnis;r' laud uluaiv ('jai feci, to Uiu
smiih Uiiu of siililSoiiih Klili.-.. road ; Ou-ma. sU.Uf,- puts
Soaili Ihiu of raid sioiiili HIiIl-.i loiiil. ili'iv ilu. .. i.vu
. el. to thu pines of hi-iila ;. and kiiou ii aa Surluis
iioaoe tan Lot. A..r.oe(l ut f . Terms cm-li.
A. W. STILUS, Shi-rill',
K. H. t'in ii, for if. biroiii-,
bhuiiU's Klllce, Oct, ITIh, 1ST'). )HVD
To null tho Et'KEK l ilt't(N Town m- f imtr
Iftlflils. None need ul'ldv unless tiroiiei-lv rueouiiueiiii.
ud. Addrue. (uuilosll.it slnuia lor r.ply.)
'I'.J. MiCOlUOen. Affunt
uliio Kar.-ka ( harii Co.,
ItStM Atiialnila Hotel. AIiiu,i.hJu, O.
Till! HTATK OK OUIO, I
AVDlidU ol' M'Ai'K'S 01' EICE,..
JJu-AiuaK.sT or Is.eiiis. t, y
Volttmbm, Ara. 80; IsTS.
7I1EI?EAS, Tho 'I taveleis insurance
Coiiiiiany. IneateU al Hartford. In ihu Hiata of
Coiinsuihiil, lias III. si iu this oilU v a sworn stali iuuui.
ay lev pn.p.ir oer tnuiuor, slu.wiiii; its eoiidnioii and
huntress, and litis ei niuili-d lo ail revin'els Willi lliu Iuum
of .Ins Siulu irlaliu lo IJI'u lnaiaiieu Couipsiites la
corporutud ly oi II. r 8iul ul tUa l u V 4 Htiuus.
.low, tnrryuff. iu pntsauiiev or law, L, Wujuh
K. (iieueu, haiK-riutuiiaeiii of Inaiirajn;. Sir ihu Kiuiu
ul n.il.i. do heiuiiy cert ity. knai siiUt Company Is an
thollaurl liilnnw t its apprepoalu IhiIui of L IKK
PtU .IK IUIi.M' INMll tM ). lu klits biatu,
lu a. ciiriliilieu n IIU law. ilarn.K lliu current year, i hu
iomi!tloa tuid bastuuwa or atod Couipanv, at tliu daiu
of alien suhmumiiU (lieu. Ui, Is,!,) la howo aa loltuws
Aiiioiiat or Joint hu.tk ur Oauiauiuu Caul
lal uald uu. Jevsvaea on
Afirunuiu auiouat of avaiialiW Assuts, tu
eniioiifi uiu ruin or r'aj 111 i reuiiiiiii Holes
livid iiy thu Coiupauv on :tollclu Uued,. l,sl6.Til St)
Ai;r. iiai aniouul ul Llubiiulua, Including
ruiiir-ui-sneu 1.202.991 So
Aiuouul of Iucodiu for irvedlna yew la
, Ca-h l,0t;j,31
Amount of luroiui' for teu pnuvahi; yen
to uotwa tor premium uir'uiutf.
Aiiv. not of Kayaudilutais ftir Uis uiiaedinn
yuar iu caU Tlv.trt K
Aiuoiini or Note U'lMt hi Vuyiiiuut uf Loss- .
sasuil (iaiais diiiinx thu vuar mmci.
svrtliuil my naiua and causud lliu Kuul of uiy
L. a. ottics to ba aUlirst. llm luv and vuar abort
Willluu. U. V, III itCHi
JO IL FITt'M, A.ieirr, AstrtahnU Ohio.
Part lea vlsltlin; (ivvuiand will Had II to their iulfirutl
lo rait aud uunuiw thu oarahia in I'U'UMTl HE, sold
at W liotosuUt isail IOjijII, s4 Uiu.Vaw Ki KNirviir. Osisit,
IS, Is mid l Woodland Avulilli'. I'.ir. i r Knule alruel aud
Caniral Murkia. TINKKK linos. Jt en.
Aud Irup jrtor and Oaalur la
FIHE ARMS, FISU IN (J TACKLE, SKATES,
FkH-ket Cutlery, Ao.,
103 Suisvrlor .v Uvalaud, Ohio.
Itepalrtua- Kctttly Izacutad. DSS U
or uood caupp:nteus
Wanbisl ta work oa Ihe HVD nOtTBITal
Awimoaia. Apu'yui h. tt, ct I aK,
AsAtabasX BP- I. Iff. V
FOUND What every Fanner should
What ever Merlianle nrt.
WyliHt every lloanting Ilonss should Ut.
, What overv llolnl Wants.
What llaksrs shnald not bt without.
What svcr Family ran ism., and
What every Coo will havsl
Apple Slicerand Corer.
Annlu Pearers arp plrntv enough, hut tha want at aa
Instrument for .Sllelim and Corliig has Iihiii baua
full, but unttl now, never supplied, ns ii now Is hy
NOUTON'S L1C Kit AMI C OIIEIt.
This Mneltlno wna tiiitcited .lantmrv. 18HS. and ta
e ipalile of Slkinir and Curlier rrnm HO to 40 lmliel
rs-r ii-iy. nail every hnsiiei or tnts rniii la worth tnoroa
pound than wtien prepared ty any other pn.res.
The anherther having otitntiied tliu exclusive rtetit
tottiulr manaf ictnn. nnd sale for Ihe Counties of Ash
tahula and Lake, ulll furnish the machines to order.
Onm arrmn u tth tlsls TIaelilnr ran da lira
work ol 'I'm, In thu rommnii way of c. rimr and
sllchn; annle. and much hutier ror ilr'vl tr. as tlie con.
civc l,ces e.ianot meet injfi-i nr and rot or tarn Mai lt
In drylne. and am all lariru, thc-htrfest rninlnir on" tisxt
In llm corn, lints hrtii:rlna- an extra prlw In market, ni.d
lor which the mvhrk-iiMd will piy a pent y a pound ex-
iin. ...i-r iiuriei en apples.
Bl-Sin R. It W'RI.t.S. A.htntinln
Aslituhala, Sept, 0. 18T1. 8. TIN K Kit, Klni-svllle.
20.000 Pottnda of Anntea lirenareri l.v tl.la XlnfltlnA
wanted hy 8. H. WELI.S.
Getting soinulhiiiQ- for
nolliinor is the most amusing
trick ever invented. That
is why so many fools nre
bit in trying to do it.
R!tOW VE. Thnl Aslitnlialn Is the place to. buy
eoods ( hiup; and that the cheapest phtft" and the po
to. gat your moneys wotili. Is ut lUu siore of
II. L. IMorrison.
Ttw old fflntr tlli n avof. nnd the hive U UiH of newer,
biilner nnd CTp apr g u.U than L-vur butore.
A Nuw and spUut'.id Bto k now opuuin,
IVtbS ir'nul.-, Mt'lilH'S,
Till tu I'cplin.s nil sliailrs,
Uiuck nml CNln (l Al prion,
MoJair-. ltpA, Si I k Mixtures
.Tapani's'' !ririprs( K- ptl mat
Blnikt'ts, h:i Uol)c.
Shfrtln- Flnnncl". Opora Kiinnrl. Drei Flannclii,
White AN Win., fr'lunn.'KScoi.-li I'luitU, LaJi.-n' Cloth',
('oi ton Unmiflc, h lur't ftixk. Loth of brown and
hlt'Hched. haCiinouvy Ch-fki, I hi bi th-nir out, Vhj
iMMji, Uiiimi T.ihji l)uiu i.-k-, Ittd Loom Nuhtii,
Tovvt'l-, faititMi U!idkivj!vt':r-s.ll4ifiptjryiuni KjiIM Jit (.(,
Hhfcrt. Dn-awtT.-, tfrwU 't, IMMmmiii, Uicei. Kmliroidcr
i. Biltrinjx''. lrft Tiiimnhig, Uuttoim, KrlncH,
A lrg etoek of B mil I lal
Ottoman Reversible Shawls,
Home entirely mm- Stylus, and very handaouuaud cheap.
Call aud lookal (bum.
CA It PETS.
H..-np Clirpt!t. Straw Jlutllnjr, Floor Oil Ctotha, 4 4-5-1.
ti-4 ntifl H-l Inch t. runtcl.. Alb wool laruhi and
Three tHy Carpi-le. Stutr Oilcloths.
lloots it SllOCS.
Men hnnd tnado Thick Tl-mt, every p.ilr wnrrnntcd.
Yciithi iiiid Uiiyn Tliit k H ot-, MVn1 Calf lttioti.
Lml I .' Calf Imi'i li -otn, Latlit't' Scrgn (JniterH, U'h
Lice; tt nd Huiton. Lndii-rf Tottthiu i.Unt La o and
hui ton Hont-rs Ladled' .Morocco Lure Iott, ilf-i'i
H. nre, 1oiiK'r . hik) Petthlu tioitt Luee UootA. Chil
dreii'i Shi-f, Ultl F-atlu Iftifkhm. Kubboii i:nd Ituh
ber Over-huei. My Mock f U ot uud Shoe wa
hcvor lurcr, noer better, uiwt never t;tiepjr tuau ugw.
Children's Knil Jackets,
Viidersiiitis nm; Drawers,
Liuliea' 1. riii') Vests uud Drawers.
A rhtl stock of Ssnmlesa Ktd Oloves, both ono and
two liatlini; lu Hlack tliu
vntY nusr kid cii.ovivs hold
anywhere, aa those know very well who liavo tried Ihcm.
A full nnd Coiniilete'Rssortment of
CIIOCKEUY AND GLASSWAUE,
Traveling Ifefket. HfttchrU, nnd Ldk''
An endleii variety, of Ounbj. Itutton. Piifprrxlerp
Iirudu, NucdluK, Week Tiu, Scarfrt, Buw, l-c., vc.
Tlicio. and n thm!ind otlu-r thine, will bt i old for
CrtMi at H. i TUM I'KH'lis. Tall aurt fee mu and t witl
lo . vmi Hinn, Look ul nil the t heiip John entuliLuh-
iiHiiii, und then can audtive Wwt it le yoorielf.
U. L. MOK2HS0X.
AiditrtlMitft, O.. Oct, 9. 1S7J A4
3 '' j
I S i
rr, &i i n
Z 1 wrt
5 i il"
TV C l a
" Z.0 31
P a 5
SSI? -P ?
III?- s.? al ,,
Silr? if 1 nil
narlnn jintThaserl Ihn exeltislTfl rii;hl far the eonn
llea of Ashial.ala, Lake, Lnraln anil thiyaUoira, (Includ
ing; Cleveland.) I am nie.ari.d to larnlsh my uairoua
StlU tho ImmntU aud Inuonipurably Ix'atillfal
Mezzotint Photographs I
(Melnerlh'f Patent and improved.)
Prof. Fou ler, aiilhnri.r fv.nl work, nn Hhni,.i..
wlo Is arknowlediKl to be " authority," thus aovaka la
the puhllc lonrnals : ' r
- Some of the si.nest. roandest. and moat rtuirnilnff
Idrttm.e Bre ljdmr before tra that ean be hnatfned.
Meaantlnta a uood name, hut It diwa . ot exulnin
all it dons not tell von a word of the marble llkesi).
pofirant'o whleh UMlnfuiiihiu liwt )ietuntfroin uU othtr
phultKtraiihii ! "
Bpueiiia.ns ot tneso - moat eiiarminj " picture can
be seen at nvv (ialterv.
This style Carta ti VMM, n,i)0 per Doi.j or 3.00 por
rhoroirr-nitia unil 8tvlo and otialltv. as no has s .
or tl.75 per half dioten.
SniTll'S AHT OALLKHV,
Tylpr'a niock. llsa ASIIT VBt'LA, O.
'PEACH Elt'.S EX A M I X AT ION.
" Ttiete nitt I.a ..ml.intl.t.a f T..i.r.,ra
Audover, Sntnrdnv. October ISIh.
Ciiiiiii'iiiH., Monday. I Haulier Uih.
Aiisttniiiiru, s.na.ilay, October lltih.
Kork Cle. K. Salaidnv. Oetoher troth.
Orwell. Friday, Noveinher lAtli.
There will le. a Teachers' Institute at Orwell, mm
nienclinr Moinlar cv. Milan. November 11th, and clnaliiK
Thursday evening, November trth.
II. IT. JOHN SON, Clerk of Board.
Orw ell. 0.. Sppteniht-r fl, 1S71. M
gTHONO & AUMaTHOXG'S
x a o
3T I II. JiJ
For Bale at
SWIFTS DUUG STOrwE.
iS. IJrainard's Sons,
203 Superior Street, OevclaHd, Ulilo,
DeAT.EKS in Pi.mos, Otirans, Mel...
ieons. and Masl'-al Morctmndle or all Deecrlptlons.
piesciil to the public the MCMr PcPCI.AK, and (with
one exception) the LAIU-H-P C.it.iloj-uo of Mllsival
Puhttcati.ia - any houte lu Amj-rica
i ney aro also (General
Anellle for the LenilinK
Musical Instruments of
thu World, which ara a-m-aiu
the lollowing :
HAINES PIANO, .
TtALLETT A CVMSTON
MASON it IIAMLlN
...... .... i..i.i.tf STATES OKdAN.
Thoaliore named Insti-nnenla will ho sold at reduced
S'tif. and ou the most tavorultlc terms of payment on
oalhly liii-liillineula when desired wlifcli mode of
payment Is m iiernlly accepted us belnir llm easiest for
Ihoi-u ii. moileriitu circumslaucea. AU lustiiimeuts
sold nm fully itarrutiteU.
Mr. J. K. Smith, orpmlst of Preshrtettan Chnrch. has
one of these Oreaus in his l'lioloimiia tiallerv, which
he rally rieoinuKiiils, n ml which cuu Do seen aiid heard
by Ihosu wlshiiii; to purchase.
I h ve always a kooiI selection on hand which w ill he
set up in any part of llio coiiniv on appllcuiiou, uud a
lair chance be (,'lven to try lie I. re tiuvllar.
Piiiaos, oru-aas nnd Melodenns I'or'Keiit.
Hnrir.iliis tu Second hand inMruraenis.
Pianoa Tuned. Cleaned, and Kepalred, also taken
down, act up. or boxed lor Inpai.iit.
tiKO. II. FASSETT. Special Atrenl.
1I8 Ashtabula, (dilo.
II albert 0 Paige,
Founders, machinists, axu
Manuraetnreis, No. HI Jackson St., ruineavllle, O.
A. 1. Tcaehonl, 9IUIvrlshl & Drsnaman.
Jliuiufsclarurs of Stationary and Portable
Circular aail Iprllit Saw Bulla,
Mutey Sam SHJet, Shifting, I'ulteye, tearing, tfe., Ac
GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING OF
TUU CINE WATER WHEEL.
TRIUMPH CORN SMELLER.
RIDER'S PATENT ROAD STEAMER,
For Stuaiu Tlireshln-, Steam Plowliij, Wood
Double SLeaiuIuK atud Dcflrwlnx KlaclUnc.
CASTINGS OF XVBHY KIND IN IliON ASO BRASS
J oDblise Prasiuplly ADradeal to.
Plain. Drawings and Eatlmatea afanr kind of mill
work ; al.o. luiuUh. pia up and put in operejttoai all the
Ma. hi aery reuiii.lio for a Ural clasa Mill f an dea
cr.MS,aud aiaraMe our work la every particular.
By means nf poelat tuachluery aud other aduaatairoa
wo are enabled to do
3EIXl.Jr3T OXAKtEt WOXIK
AT TUB LOWEST PK1CES.
PatueYlll,a,Arll g, ley.
STEWART'S LA KGB-OVEN. AIH-TH1?T
SUMMER & WIXTEIl COOK-STOVE
TA I RANTED TO BE TIIE BEST
I T cooking Btose t Ike world, requiring lea
ONB-IIALF TUB FUEL OF TBS COMMON COOK-
For sale br OKO. 0. HUBBARD.
Ashtabula, iaa a, lMt Ml
KUAUSS Si CO'S
Great Furnishing House.
1 9 0, 1 a 3 4c 1 a 1 Ontario Mraat,
Importers aad Dealtra la - ' I
Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings,
Window Similes, Com lees, Lncu and Duuiatk
Alio, Manufacturers and Dealer id att klada ot
The only establishment wast of New York where a
complete oniltt can be obtained In furnishing a Ural
class residence, from the attic tu cellar.
I''" All goode eold at Iinpoitara' and Mannfaclnrera"
Price. j tnnm
CLEVELAND WINDOW GLASS CO..
30 and 32 Champlain Street
EfVrlmli and French Flute Glass,
HiiKllsli nnd French Wtiidinv 3lasiK
Enjllisli nnd French, Picture Glasa,
American Wiiulow Glass,
Heavy Skylight Glaes,
Car, Curringe and Show Cass
Special estimate made for Builder and Architect.
ODD SIZES CUT TO ORDER. '
We are Just receiving a large aud well aeearted atock.
unexcelled lu quality.
E. W. PALMER, Secy
OTICE. To whom it mar concern.
, i. . ' ' ur .xniTiuHitii'. unve inis nay
placed In tlie hands of I. o Fisher. J. P. all account
Notes. Ac. due us and parties are hereby notified that a
prompt settlement is expected. Your early attention
totluacull will greatly oblige
xsisn. 11. B. AS K. V. VAN NORMAN.
Vai .UAHLE II.. use and Lot for Salr,
with out hniklinga all complete. Hi.rmted earner of
alnut and Astabula Streets, Ashtabula Harbor.
T. A. MOS1IRB.
The Subscriber having passed a preparatory fours
of study ror the practice of alt profession, Oder hi
servi es to t the diiamns of Ashtabula, in th treat
ment of Ihe varh.as diseases to which the horse ta ex
posed, lie may bu louud ou Inquiry at the Flsk Home.
. , t , ADAM IIL'NTEK.
Aahtsbala. Sept SI, 1S7S. -
S9 SUPERIOn PTPKET.
CHANGE OF FIRM.
Strcctcr, Gitldings "& Co.,
( Successor to Seymour, Olddlng Jt Co.,)
A RE now prepared wiili greatly iu-
X V created facilities for all kind ol
Jobbing and Building,
And will make tbl branch of our buslae a specialty..
Ve axe also mnnuneluring all kind of
In our Itr.c. at a 00011 PftOFlT. both lo onrselve and!
our Cuttom-re. STKSXTi.lt, G1DDIKUS at Co.
Ashtabula. Aa.'nst St. IHT. 11M
CO UNICES i
MAKE A SPECIALTY
Girirnntee Lower Prices
than tiny House tu
111 Alia Tank St.,
C LEVELAN II, O.
MANUFACTUUCXS OF ' ' ' '
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ;
Naa. lOJ J07 300 STATSI ITUEET,
10H PAINESVILI.K, C
1VOTICQ. : ,
Eeal Estate Agent & Owner
9 A LOTS near Main St., Ashtahiila0.
a- v II acre, good house, ham and orchard; tX
mile south of Ashtabula on tha uain road to Jerforaon.
tiSt acres on tkmih Kldge Uoaat. i atile weal or Ashta
bula; good huildiuirs, frail, aaisrlaic aad Mkmitfc
shops, ami hous aud lot where I live, and XI acres 7V
mile eouih of Kel.oguaviUe ou the old TarnptK. Good,
house, barn aud orchard. I have also for sale tbiee new
Top Baiciea. cheap ate oti easy tatauL aiaa other
propes'v lo uunvorua lu aiaahlea.
IMS W. ABT.
Real estate for sale m
avorable term. AH of tbe Real Estate ,( tb lata
iiuo. ail itncLi. i onerea tor sale hy
e by . '
a. r. nt hhaks,
J. L MlTt'USLt.
AshUbala. April 1, 1HTI.
Ashtabula Marble ' Works
rp . i it .-.li
L HE Subscriber respectfully announces to
theeltlioa of Ashuihula Coanty, that baring pnrchaftcd,
th lu'arestof J. L. Heave and Co., In Wia afarbk Host
ties, aud havlug replenished wltb a laxi;e attack of botbi
Marble and Sand Htone, I prenanid to All all order, for
Moumnent. Head Stoue Tomb. Vaults. Curbing aad,
ail Cemetery Work, also. Caps aud bilk-, WUtt lab),.
Chimney Top. Jtc, and all kiud of Baildia. Stone I
Flatting cut aad tail, down on abort not toe, and a loan
flgnrea aa auy oibar establishment, la tb- Stale. W
shall keep the bast of Materia), and wllb good work
meaaacaa bttMtid, eaunot be ausfiaeaedln onr owa
work for avla aud nntsb. Pluaaa give aa a call aad
for varus tarns. Sliop ou Cents Street, on door weak
of X P. liobertson' Shoe store. II. I'DY, iu.
I take pleasure In recommending Mr. Vdy to th peo-,
aU of Ashtabula aud especUlly those wantnig Cemetcrjt
work. Monuments Ac. and bavin engaged hit ervce4
would b pleasal to aa all uiy old customer who aralje
want of work, aad auuiy new oae al Ml old ataad.
. Kespeeiratly, f ..
Bewt-viaV tDlr f. U A27tP