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reel the ablttva which have, grown np in
' tha civil aervloa of the country, through
vtha dtifuolivo method of making appoint
rttetita to office, which lm huuii regarded
too much an the reward of political nnr
' ' ' 1rloeH Under authority ot CongreM,
rules liAVe been established to regulate
tba terms of ofllco and tho mode of ap
pointment!. It cannot be expected that
ny ayatctn of rulo can be entirely vfTt el
.' ire and prove a perfect remedy lor the
xivting evil until they have been thor
oughly tested by actufil practice, and
' mended according to the requirements
'' of the service. During my term ot oflk-e
it ah all be my best endeavor to so apply
' ikeralea as to secure the jfrenlent possi
Ue reform in the civil service of the gov-
' -errraaewt, but it, will require the direct
attention of Congress to render the en
forcemeat A the system binding upon
any aawoeeaora, and 1 hope that the expe
rience of the fial year, together with
appropriate lexwlation by congress, miy
Teach a aatwfitcloiy iMilulion of the ques
tion!, an4 aecurw to the public service, for
M time, a practical method of obtaining
U. S. GRANT.
Executive Mansion, Dec. 2, 1872
Saturday "Horning, Dec. 7, 1872.
Blaakaort.il klada for u! at tMe offloe.
L. S. & M. S. RAILWAY.
'WraUnaerolua; Wnt-lnre Aatitalrsrtaa
(Ppectnl Chlci.go Ki press. 4:51 a, m. Aral Clov HOB.
Toledo Express Il;Cla.i, tn trM.
Paelae Kaasess., 5:09 p.m. do Jie.
Steamboat Express t:Ma.m. do 8:5a.
JkceominudaUaa -8:41 p. tn. do ft 1)5.
Trains Colas Et leave Ashtabula
eeommodatlun .. 7:00 p. tn.
Special N. r. Depress 11:57 a. ra
XAsnrSe Express fj.it a.m.
Day Express 13:43 p, ru.
Cincinnati Express 6:otp, m.
'Belief 8ocltr. Tho friends of the Ladut Relief
Society are requested to meet at the roam over Messrs.
Xann A Noyes Store, oa next Wednesday, 1 o'clock I'.
V.. December 11th
MRS.OBO FIRLD, Vl President.
JLea Jtohea, to clone oat. at f t.M. at I'eopU'e Stoit.
, iLadle" Iieggtn at . $1X0
Xadlo'a White Cotton note, S pair for .13
at People' e Store.
albums, Mbatsm, Album, at all prices. Jut received
. abr the Holiday trade lie aure aud aee them, at the
' To (be Ladles. E.Baltertck &, Co's Patterna of
.' "Garments fur .Ladies, Miisira and Boys, at
5ulaaTor8S centa, Nnblas for 0 cents, Niiblaa for
' Vl, Nubias at $1.25, Nubias at $1.50, aud Nulilus at $2.00
at the PeniU'e Store.
'The lacguat assortment of Lace Collar In the little
atowmof Ashtabula, at the JvOpW Store.
Those Embroidered Handkerchiefs, for Christmas, at
4he People'i Store.
&Twmm. Iwocairan for the Holsfay trade. Ten
4oan mere'erf those celcbinted long wrist, two-button
l4dGlove,-t $1.25. Ladles Silk Scarf Ties, from 90
centa to $1 80. Ladles' Lice Ilatiderchlcfs. Look at
h os Ladles' Lacu Undcrslecvee, iu great variety
: Ladles'Tleeeed Ltnefl Hone, at the Joplee Stare.
W-eavill take any quantity of oil u eu
crtption Tor tlie TLEO-BArn. A KjiiHOlilr
wanted Inimcdiutely. It muflt lio cyliteen
- inches loujf, and body wood. Market po-ioc
'' " pTsnrn -Si teh3 Tnis Ijadrts of tlie
Methodist Cnuroli will opeu their Sociuls for
the season 'by Riving an Oystkii Scppeb it
IhoXectirreltoom of the M. E. CIuikIi on
. uoxt Wednesday evening, Dec. 11 ill. 5" lie
. aupper will begot tip in good etj'lu, -and (41
arte vcry cordially iiniwcl to nttend, und lwinp
. nUeir best Intends willi litem. .No adubistuon
. iue. Supper 35 -cents.
i. The sct-w Lydia Mae, whicu was benclied on
' Wednesday of lKHt week, whs gotten off eti;
Iudy morning after soma sixteen hours in
lightening, and brought in by Dunbar & Co.'a
nag. Home 200 or 800 bushels of pens, and 4
hogsheads of potterr's clay, wore tlrow n ovur
IboarJ otherwise, nothing dnmngid. Tlie
3Iao had a 3,000 insiinmce ou hor hall, aud
Jtbe same aainunt on cargo. The expense af
getting her .in and shifting enrn buck and
forth boa been about $800 to tlie under vritera,
at Montreal, filie has gono into winter qunr
Xen under care of Cnpt. Lejic.
Cokkected. TUe raU tfC le A. Y. & P.
Sine reached Warren on Tuesday Inst and a
Pittsburgh connection clfucled. A delegation
of the officers of tlie Granite Improvement Co.
' As.ezjacted over the line this week, w ith the
object 1 a -survey not only of the line, but of
- the progress f ue work at the harbor. The
.difficulty .with Uss Great Western Canittany at
the crossing, near W wren, was settled ly an
' Agreement ta Jower the track of the A. Y. &P.
at Uiat point, somu & luet, and the I aiding of
'. itbat of the A. & U. W. cmxte J3 feet, thue en
. Abliag the A. Y. & P. to pass tinder the A. &
. . Vick'a Floral Guioe. The Jauunry Mis
tier of this useful publication bus beeu received
It ia aot only a beautiful pecanon of tyjx
jrapVr, but a book containing much vulunfcta
. information t the loyer of flowers, ISO pages,
handsomely iwiutcd on flno tinted paper, stane
, five hundred engravings aad a superb ckromo
. coyer. We are glad to leara that Mr. Vick
lnteada issuing it quarterly kearHlter, at tho
er loar rate of 23 ets a year. The number
'"cow before s Is worth many times that amount
to the florist and vegetatble gardner. Mr.
' Vick la an old printer, and takes as much pride
la his eatalegae as la the culture of his plants
; and flowers. No other florist has finer rooms
or mors externum grouads than be. There
; are a great many lovers of flowers in this yl-
-clilty, all of whom should have Yick's Floral
, Guide. Address James Vkk Rochester, New
York. When a man thinks that nobody eares for
lilm and that he is alone ia a cold and selfish
' jrofld, he would do well to ask himself what
La has done to make anybody euro for and
. Ufa, him and to warm the world with faith
' and generosity. Oenerally Ihoae who-complain
the most, have done the least
It is reported that a man in Cincinnati fell
' fVom. tho top of a four story building, the other
day, to the stone sidewalk beneath, without be
lag Injured in the least. 11 was a life Insurance
gent, and struck on his chock. At the lime
. of his fall ha was leaning on the ed,'e of the
rooT, shoVlng his papers at a painter whom he
Jiad tieedon swinging gcaffbld underneath, !
1 . Lost ob Btolsx. Throujh tho agency of
'fUUaasuiJjr thudii.;ulse offriuudit, tho undur
- alg9e4ba (est tho followinit Items of pror erty.
Av U8vuufbered estate; '
r,, !-. . .'A vigorous ons.titiltionj 1
, ' .A lair tofal charaoten) j
nvj. ,iA(ldtlll1njtineooiety i ; ,
- A active, healthful consoleuoa.
AU9 at tle eaine rime, or aoou after, th
affection of 4 , vlt'fi, of chlldrv and friends
us miscreants wUl U4VS tljiu rouuia 014
are member ofooe family.. , Ttudr nino ar
' 01, Gi, foiUKty, Win a4 Aft. " ; ! ;
JEFFERSON, O., Dec. 2, 1872.
Jul. 7'elcgraphVimn met thia morn
I tip; pursuant to adjournment. Nothing,
however, will lie done with tho lloiisei
trial to-day, because oi the illness of Mr.
Hitchcock, ono of the jurors. Th trip
to view the premises wliern the murder
was committed, was a trying nnd revere
one. Tho evidence in chief on tho part
of the State Ima nearly all ffono to the
Jury. That part o! the leatlniony relat
ing to the mysterious disappearance and
death of Mr. Snifth is nil circumstantial.
The Medical testimony, as far as given,
singularly favored the Defendant; ao
much ho that it substantially corroborat
ed hia confession. .Should not the
sick juror recover soon it will work a
continuance of the cose until the next
term, or a new trinl this term. House IV ap
peufrtnee indicates anxiety aud weariness
at the consequences and length of his
trial. He is occasionally completely
overcome, and gives vent to his surt'erings
in tears. His faithful brother ia always
at his side, giving him such support as
only a brother can give. 1 1 is only re
maining sister ia also in court ( his other
sister having died in a tit the morning
the trinl began, caused by excitement.'
Anadiah Mitrliam's trial for Grand Lar
ceny, has been assigned for next Friday,
and lioaa Silvia's trial tor next Monday.
The case of Sylvester Brown has been
continued until next term, on motion ot
Sherman and Woodbury. His counsel
also gave notice that probably a change
of Venue to Lake County would be
Deo. 4 tli. But little interest wns
Miaiiifeslud io-duy, until the prisoner was
called to the stand, when, amid breath
lew silence, eveiy ear was eager to catch
;v-ery word as it fell from hU lips. For
four long hours, with its loathsome,
sickening detail of intimacies between
the ntsxK'r and Mrs. Smith, the anxious
throng in the court-room waited with
deep mtuvest. The Prisoner was very
careful it g'urtnjj his testimony. lie
seemed to weigh every word as if his
tito depended npMi it. At times he ap
peared to -suffer, as the counsel led him
troiii instance to instance to the commis
sion of the great crime. He bole, with
patience his seaichiiu; cross examination
by Mr. North way, and iruspi-ie of cun
ning coausei maintained tmusvit singu
Dec. Sth. To-day, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
the bubble ot testimony bit is ted, aud the
counsel proceeded to argue the case to
the Jury. Prosecuting Attorney Wado
opened the case on the part ol the Slate
in a very able and candid argument,
Mr. Burrows; of Paiuesville, occapyiny
the remainder of the day on the part ol
the defense, in a feeling aud impressive
argument, which adds to bis already great
ability as a lawyer. To-morrow Messrs
Sherman t Northway will argue, when
the case will go, with the charge of the
court, to the jury. All aee excited with
interest ai.d expectation over what they
expect to hear to-morrow from the gifted
Sherman and Lite talented Northway.
Tub Mkssaob engrosses all our spnee, and
has put us to our trumps to get tl Into type,
and lite paper to press at the usual time. Of
cou-rec we have no space for couimeut upon
ilhis document. Suffice it to say. It is terse,
vigureua, independent and manly in style, and
sound and statesmanlike in lu views and re
commendations. No one can read it in the
spdrit oflfuir.ncsa, without a more exalted np-
jirooiatiou of its author.
EATrt of Ilf)ttxcB GitiiKi.KY. The death
of Mr. GiiKuxiiY, announced on Friday even-
4us,.f l ist week, in his C2d year. The occur
Tente Teiuoses every vestige of political mil-
mosity, and awakens all our generous and
b 'tter feelings towards kiu who has shared so
Jong ubJ.co Jargcjy dn ur admiration in years
past, if be has sncniticed upon the altar of
atnhitien, many i h.es have done the same,
aad grievously has he answered for it. Let us
remember bis virtues and -drop a tear on his
VS3ry. Enelit h has given 10.000 worth
of law books to tke New ilirven Bitr Library.
t3f"P- T.'BaTRBfn Ims apatiiare lot of 80,
009 acres in Colorado 11 which graze 5,000
head of cattle besides ike iaeVigeaous buffalo
and waolly hsrse.
t"Over 309 Italian emigrants wero lauded
at Cnsttc Garden lust week who had been
fleeced out of ever penny by swiadMag emi
ty Jay Gould tins made a gwa thing by
his raid on North western stock. lie is report,
ed to have paid no higher than 85 and re
ceived no lower than 115. AH the settlements
have beeu made and there hnre beea ao fail
ures. t3T It Is estimated that the entire loss to
the Insurance Interest of the world by the re
cent Boston fire, Is $40,009,000, of which $39,
000,000 will be paid. It is expected that the
Boston companies will bo able tn p:y on the
average fifty per eeat of their lasses.
3T The official ynte cast In Ohio for Presl
Idcut and Vice President wasnpenened at Col
umbus last Friday, and the following found to
he the result: Grant, 181,832; Orecly, 254,321;
Black, 2,100; O'Conor, 1.103; scattering, 161; to
tal vote c ist, 629,393; Oram's majority over
tsT The result ot the late Presidential Elec
tion is thus briefly stated: Grant has carried
thirty States, with 293 electoral votes, and
Greely seven States, with seventy-four electo
ral votes. The States for Greely are Goorgla
(II.) Kentucky (12) Maryland (8,) Missouri
(15,) Tonuesstse (12,) Texas (8.) LouUlaua (8.)
total, seventy-four. The Libjrals are claim
lug Arkansas, but without the A jttres to show.
Ahieoxa. Diamond Field. A sudden col
lapse has overtaken one of the great diamond
mining schemes. ' The San Francisco and
New-York Commercial and Mining Com
pany was the first regularly orgaulzed asso
ciation which prosecuted a search for gem;, j
. It was made up of capitalists who went into
the business as a legitimate undertaking. Their
surveying party was heaped by a geologist of
skill aud integrity, and had in it several sub
stautial, practical citizens. The report of this
party, which was to settle all doubts.has beea
received; it Is a dreadful document, for It dis
pels the whole gem story luto thin air. There
are no diamonds in the distrlc't except' such
rough gems as have been put thereby the trick
sters who lured on the expedition. These have
been placed in crevices of the rocks and lu the
surface soil; and thai is all. Iu the gold-mining
regions of the Paclflo they call tbls M salting
a claim j" In law II might be called a conspira
cy 10 defraud.. This accounts for the demad
fa Loudon for rough diamonds, aad will prob
ably snulf out all the rest of the schemes for
finding precious ttouej jn Arizona and Culo
rajjo, . 'v y i
Coal Is Mlt'h V llhflf Is t higher. knn
my rtemaii'la Unit ymt uae i!rrf mana tn yimr pwir
to ten lhM rMl Mil... We claim that ffl lr r-nt.
of RimI ran hn avcd ht applylnir oar Wanitinr Htr pa f.r
Window and llmim In limn, and nw la Ilia time. a
the oonor ycio attend In thin mailer lh mora will
anvo. Manuiciup-lat l it Hiiperinr at,, ofllca North
Public Hiiinru, 4'luvaland, O.
fr- Ap-niK. If yon 1
that payi f rervliody mi
t'ln illar, fflrmu termn
I AKPntK. If yon want a (rood fMylnr bnilna. one
ronRerneii. na rrr nnt iiMi.irai-'i
ar. inriiiir terma an1 lunlnii I. nnn. WKMTKIIN
WKA1MKU HI KIP Kill CO.. 43 North Public Hniurn.
IWIf fnrt don't want 'to dl(rnt avcrjr boilr with
your onVnolvii hroalh.curc your Catarrh, upon whlrh It
dfppndii. $500 ri-wnrd h ofT'tred hy the proprietor of
Dr. Hami'. Cnlarrh Kiwimly for a cam. of Catarrh which
hg cannot cure. It In old hy lliin;ei.t.
Laallna liovellneas. Twenty year ao, when
paint, peiirl powder and enamel, wrin ruining the com
ploxluna, and dcatoylny the health of women of faahloa.
llAOAR'a Maonolia Dai, wan bronnhtont aa a pnro lio
tanlcalcoimatlc, ruarnntned to reitore bloom and beau
fy the akin. From that tlmo to tha preaent It haa
hechcontlnnally ruing In public estimation aa the eafut
and moat unexceptional preparation of ll clans.
Inatcad of producing an artlllclal, metallc anrface,
like the deadly cnamela, or willing the cutlcls like tho
polaunoni fltildi. told nnder varlona iimri aa " heantl.
Sen. " It keep tha ikln aa soft as velvet, renders It aa
smooth aud Klonrjr aa satin, and. Imparl! tn It that del
icate, roy tlii(rc. which la the beau Meal of complexion
St lovellnerP. This cxqnlnlte chroinallc etlect la not
trannlent. By applying tho Balm daily It may be pro
longed from you Hi to' age. A lady who pun-hared the
Brut boltla of the article nineteen years ago, writes to
say that her complexion at forty la " purer, clearer and
more brilliant than It has ever been ; " and rha attributes
Its beauty rolely to the dally ue of Oaoam's Mao-.oi.ia
Ilollowsvfs Mnrlr (l.la fe. mit.t.-A t,
the art medical pcrlodlcala of Europe, that cases of
connnno i avvpcpaia, aninuoiied aa hopeleM tv the fac
utly, yield to a abort course of these Pilln. Sold, 79
llaidnn Lane, N. Y. Pi Ice, ti cents per box. Ask for
new atyle ! the old Is counterfeited.
To Consumptives, The advertiser, having been
permanently cured of that dread disease, ConstitrpMon,
by a simple remedy. Is anxio.is to m?ko knowu o his
fellow snffefera tlie means of cure. To all who desire
It. he will send a copy of tho prescription used, (free of
charge,) with the directions for preparing and u-lnir the
same, which they Will find a sura Curt for Coiuutnptkm,
At'htna, ttroHchill; bc.
Parties wishing the prescription will plcac address
118S-T Rev. EDWAHI) A. WILSON,
ItM Penh Street, Wlllinm-hurgh, N. Y.
Itrrr ItsUKf mn Youno Men from the effects of
nrrora ano iihuxes In curly lire. Mnliliood renlond.
Nervous debility cured. Impediments to Mnrrlaire re
moved. New method of treatment. New and luniai li
able remedies. Books and Circulars sunt free, In sealed
Address. ItOWAItl) ASSOCIATION. No. 1 Sooth
Nihln Ht.. Philadelphia, l's. S7
A1B VOtl COINO WKST t-ll so take our
advico, and purchase your Tickets over the old reliable
and popular JTIIssottrl Pacific Hall road, which
Is PosiTtvaLf, the only Line that runs throe Dally Ex
proas Trains from tt. Louis to Kansas City and tho
West I and Is, positively, the only line which rims
Pullman's Palace Sleepers and Fine Day Coaches
(tl(ially ftrr movere) equipped with Miller's Sqftty
Platform and tlie Patent Nteam Brake, from St.
Louis to Kai.saa City, Ko:t Scott, Parsons, Lawrence,
Leavenworth, Atchison, f?t. Joseph, Nebraska City,
Council Binds, and Omaha without change. For Infor
mation In regard to Time Tunics, rSU-s, Jtc, tnony
poist In Missouri. Kansas, Nebraska. Colorado, Tcxns
or California, call upon or address 8. II. Titoxreox,
Agent, Missouri Pacific Railroad. Columbus. Ohio: or,
E. A. Fono. Oencral Passenger Agiilit, tit. Louis, Mo.
.Vo trtmhlt to anttrer nuftintn' .'
Rev.K. mlth Barnes, Mr. Roi.lin BnAKEMAN, of (Gene
va, and MIssMahcia Ann Uickok, of North Madison.
In North Madison, at the residence of Samuel Talcott
Nov. -isth. by I he Rev K. Smith Barnes, ol fnionvllle.
Mr. Uko. W. Moomv, aud Mies Maiiy Taixkitt, both of
Annonncments freeiComineudutory Notices, half rate.
In this town, on the itejth nit., of paralysis, William
Lknt. aged 72 years. He had been a sufTurur from tho
malady with which he died for some twelve years, and
much of tluit time uis au'L-rliigs were Inteusely severe.
Mr. Lent was well known, previous to his mitfortune,
as a lendintr ship builder, lie settled In Ashtabula In
and liis reputation has been thutof an Intelligent,
honest, and straightforward man, and good clli.un.
In this v ll iae. on the 37th ult., Mrs. Makt Fisk. oged
83 years and month, widow uf the Utu AmosKiak.
deceased. Mrs. Fisk. at her death, was believed to bo
one of, if not tlie oldest settler of Ashtabula. With
her husbind she ctime here in 18111. There being no
roads, the family made their way irom Krio. as was usu
al with the early settlers, along the beach of the lake,
Mrs. Fisk on horseback wltn her first child, Mury, after
wards the wife of J. D. IIui.bi.kt. hi her lap. Th:
deceasad waaa sister of Mnj. Hkn'iiy Huuuaiiii, who Is
now the only surviving member of tlm laiuily. Mrs.
F sk was 'joimected with the Baptist Church, and her
funeral was largely sttended from that Church.
In Aslitabnls. Dec. 1st. Kdwatd a. BcKKctx. a.mi
Si years. Ikir.i tu.Uuiu hrldga N.Y.
Ashtabula Market Dec. 6. 1872.
Dealers pay the following I'licc..
Wuat Not, White
lio No. 1 Red
no In tho ear
Flour Billing Puicis.. ..
Coiin Mcai per ton
CiioprBD Feed Corn and oats
f 1 75
a t sr
lu to as
IU to 14i
40 to 43
ANNUAL MKKTING. The Annual
Meutlng of the. Stockholders of tho Manufacturers' Loan
Association ofAshtahela. will he held at tho office nf
me Asuiaouia natiauui Hank, In the village of Ashtu-
buia, on Mouilay the uth day or January, In, I, between
the hours of ten oVIock, a. t. and four o'clock. P. H. un
tile elucilou of Directors for the ensuluir vcarand thu
transsction ol other business. 1. SUM. llLY ril. Cssb'r.
Asniuoitta. u. isec. a, ii7. 4tltlhi
ANNUAL MEKTIXG.-Notiee is here-
by given, tint the It igulir Ananal Meeting of the Stock
humors of the Ashlsbula Loan Association, for the cbs..
lion of Directors for the eusuiag year, will he held at
uie oiiicu ni me Assiiciauon, in me inagu or asiiiuuu
ta. on the Itrst Monday or Janairy, A. D. 1873 to wit,
Juuuary Sth at o'clock, p. a.
A. A. HOOTIIWICK, Casliler.
Ashtabula. Decembers, 1H7. 4tUWI
OUlCuVr TBS RNtTMtNTNiTCollPANY.
AsHrAaLLA. O. Dec. H. rSI-A.
MOTICE is Hereby Given, that the
11 ANNUAL MKRVINQ of tho Stockholders of Tho
httas v. Binttti iron Mlulag Company of Lake Superior.
Miohignn. will Iw fe-W at the onlce ot said Compunv, In
thu Viilsge of nsMahnla, In the State ot Ohio, ou Mnu
ttay the Sth day of January next, at eleven o'clock, a
M. t.i then and there elect Director of Hahl rniniuniv
lor I ho ensuing y ar, and fw the tniusactlou of oilier
Olisiuess. JAMliB riKUCJt, I'reslllent.
IIknht Fast: Seeretairy; , 4uina
yiCK'S rLOIML GUIDE for 1873.
The Gums Is now published QPAiiTinLV. 85 cents
piys for the year, fear numbers, which is not hall the
cost. Those who afterwards send money to the amouui
of Out JMlar or moi. for Seeds may also ordir'l'weuty
Sve Cents worth exirs the price for the Qnlde.
The Jiumary Number Is beantinil, giving plana for
.unking nun., jiomes. xjusigns lor uiDing rants uecor
ailous. Window Usrdens. 4c, and osutsliiiug a mass
nflnfurination Invaluable to the lover of Sowers One
Hundred and Fifty pages, ou fine tinted paper, some
FiveHiiudred Kugravfngs and a asperb Colored Piste
and Chromo Cover. Tlie Hist K.lltiou of Two llua
drud Thousand just printed, la Ksglish and Ovruisa,
aud ready to send out.
JAME3 VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
A MIINISTUATOirS NOTICE.
The iiudersigued has been appointed and duly qtialt
Bed Admlnistiuior ol the Katala nf Wm, Bowuias,
deceased, latu of Ashtabula township. Ohio. ,
Ashtabula, Nov. 80. 1871 u g
NK 13 IIOILSE POWEU STEAM
Wnr atlllal VArat SfN r I'tias aan.rlna. ! la musJ a.n.
dilltm lu tiLl fevipocu. For lenut innairof ,
P.. O. Ct LLBY, Ashtabula, O.
O. B. MOSS nud O. W, MOORR have this day entered
Into partnership for the practice of Medlciuu and Sur
gtry, the business to be conducted nnder the Ann name
f ... t , alOSU s MOOKE.
Ashtabula, Dee. 1, 187S. B.V8
VEN Acres of Land, with croon
buildings and choice fruit. Situated two nillua West Of
Ash tabu a VI ana on H,.nth 111. tun 1'hls l.s
able property to any one seeking home near Uis tuwa.
Price iil,ou0. , L. M. CHOHHY,
4 . ' ., T. C. CltOSBY,
Executors of the Kslate of X. Croahy.
IN reading this page of Adverlisementa
you will And our contributions In several ntacea. If
you haven t time to hunt them all up. ultase hoar 111
mlud that our Block of Cloths, , ,
Beady-Made ClctUiiijj and Furnishing; Oootls,
Is large and Complete, snd that we ar ready to nuke
up Suits from the best goods, with Triinniluics to match,
aa chain as la consistent with neatness and anui
workinaiihlT. Yours iruly, WAJTI i elffcT
Having purchased th. st. uslr right f.ir lbs smtfj.
ties of Aslilahrtla. I.aks, l.r.ln and CuyslH.sa, (InHnd
InrClrvelsnd 1 1 am on-parrd to Inrnlsh my patrons
with the tmprvnil and Incomparably beautiful
Mezzotint Photographs I
(Melnrrth's Patent and Improved.)
Prof. Fowler, an'hor of ssvi-rsl works on Photography,
wl o I. scknowlrdved to b 'authority," thna speaks In
the public lonrhsls ,
'Some of the softsst, roundest, and nvtst rharmlng
pictures are lying hef,,rs aa that can he Imsglnsd.
Merr.olliils --a good nime, but It rtea i ot csplain
all It does not tell ynn a word of the msrblo Use ip.
pwtrsncs whli b ilittinguUhee (Asm picture from all other
Specimens of those " most charming " plrtnrcs can
be seen at my (lalh-ry.
This .tyH Carte d Vletee, $5.00 per Dox. or 3.(I0 per
I'hotogriphs n -iu I Stylo and naallly, a.0O per dor..
or $1.16 per halt dor.cn.
JIITir illT IJtlllRV,
Tyler's Block. li ASIITAnt I.A, 0.
m ,,Toth'' Kt'ItKKA f.tlfnN Town or Cr.nntr
" .,. "" "J'l,l)r unless prop,-rly recommend
ed. Address, (enclosing stamp for reply.)
1'. .1. SKi'iilt. (en. Agent
. Ohio Kureks Churn Co.,
llW-lf AshtalihlS Hotel. Ashtabula. O.
U IBXEU'S MONT1IL Y.
Extraordinary Tn'lir(ment$ to A'eit SubwriJfrt !
500 Pages fur $1.00 1 Ac, Vr.
The Publishers of Xi-rihnrr'e ytnn'hly In th-ir Pros
peclus Just Issued, promise for the ensninir tear a more
brilliant array of contributors, and an increase in the
variety and beauty or lis Illustrations, alrea.lv conced
ed by the critlca to ho "finer than ag lohlrh hate hitn
erlo aiirarnt In ang nth'r AnitHfin miirazine "
Dr. Holland, the Kditor. will write the serial story ol
the year, which will be autoirraphlcal iu toml. and III
be Illustrated by Miss Hull.. rk. It I. mil: ,d Artt.ur
Unnntcwtle. and will deal villi some of II e met dif
lull problems of Aiiieriiau Lifa. It n ill be commence I
In the November Niimlisr.
There will be a new story by Saxi Hol, The One
Hitrr Hahtk. the belt writer ofihnrt etnriee nnr Uring.
will contrlbue a chsracterisilc story, entitled The F,vw
of 'Ftd'tletown, which will lie illu-liated by Mheppard.
H. II. Stoduakii will write s series or entertaining
pipers about Author, tlfir V'rumul (harartitieliie
Hume Life, r.llniii.t, friend: Whluie. and Way: A
series oi Purtiuite of Lixtng Ameikan hiilere, is also
Claiikncc Cihik will write about furniture, and the
Decoration of AmetUun llomet. 'J hec pMieis will be
eminently practical as well as artistic, and will be Il
lustrated with designs mid sketches by numerous srt
lts In sddltioii to those which the writer hiinseir will
Among those who will contr'l ntc are ;
It"" Andeimn, Jlryunt, Umlinell, r.rmle'ton. Frodue,
llt'jytnmn, llvhoii Huntington, tlret Harle, John liny,
II. tl. MacDoiudd. Mitrhett Jlise I'helne, M'edmun. Stork
ton, S-vddanl, Cetin Tnuxter, Warner, Wukinwa. Mr:
II hitney besides a hosl ol others.
The editorial c. n'nl and direction or the Magnxlne
will remain in the hinds ir Dr. Holland, who will con.
tiune to write "lite 'Jopir of the Time:' which the
N, y. Independent my '-art more v tatty quoted than
any rtmdar wiper tn any American inaqutine."
Watson ;ilhi:k will write "The old Cnhinet;" as
hitherto, Proi, John C. Diiapkh conducts the Depart
ments or 'Nature and Science." 'i he departments of
"Home and Society" ami t.'ntture iifPioateee." will en
gage the contributions of more than a score of pens on
h ith sides of the Atlantic, The Hit'cAmai dnd Iteftlct
or save "Siribncr's Monthly for hepteniber Is better
lliau usual, which indicates a needless waste of editor
ial brains snd publisher's money, for the Magatiue was
goad enough before I''
$4.(KJ a yenr, with special rates to Clergymen, Teach
ers, find Postmasters.
KXTHAOIf DINAItr INDUCEMENTS : For V50 the
Pllblisheis will send, or any llonkseller or Newsdealer
will supply, the ni'icnzine lor one year, and t list tnelve
numbers ol Vols. Ill and IV.. containing tin; beginning
of Mrs. Olipliont's Serial, -At Ills Gales " ror $1.60,
the Magaxine for one yen', aud tlie 4 tack numbers
from the beginning ; Tor $10 50. the Magasiue for oue
year, and the 81 bactc numbers bound t4 vols.) charges
on bound vols. paid. Tills will give nearly &U0U pa-cs
or the choicest rca ling, niihibc tlnest Illustrations, for
XI0.50, or nearly 5b0 osl-cs lor a dollar !iid will enable
every subscriber in obtain the scries from the Srst.
KCHIBNKK CO.. IW Brondwav. N. T.
NEW GKOCKRY STOItU 11
I SUES TO INFORM HIS
Friends and Pulitic ircnnrallv. that, nlnrn tmr
charting to propeitv lately occupied by J. II. Hiticliilr
ne line re iuei ana iiricn u up lor a general uruccrj
ivi u, au uas iiiicu it null tt Uliuitu P tut, It ui
F A M I L Y GROCERIES
And respeclfull.v Invites the Public tn call and sea his
gootls before ptirchasliigclsewlicre.
He has also ou hand the largvetaud beet assortment of
ha' ,a nc found anywhere In town. He give parties
attcutton to thia lirancliol his butsince, and sclU a
LOWEST TOSSlBLE TRICES.
ACnoiCE LOT OF
Cove and Spiced Oysters,
Lobsters and Sardines,
Call and see for yourselves
Ashtabula. .Iau.4, 1HTJ
Has on lmnil ft c-nod assortment nf
Harness of vnrlous kinds. Heavy and Light. Single and
Double, of the best workmanship and material. He ia
prepared to 1111 all orders for work of any description
n ha Jtiftt lnfd I;, a lnrfjo supply of large and modi
am Ut4 Traveling Trunks. They are of viirioan
atiatlttf! aud valuen, and atltirdcd at fnvomble price.
The amoriiiinnt lit altoiretniT ihu lurt'ot of anv in the
region. Ti'O tnivt'lins public are invited to look over
tins mock, uh iiK-y eau naruiy ran to mid ometiiui to
uieir iniuu. a, v rvuif.
Atthnibula,8ept. 9i, 1873. 1030tf.
In th wondorfit. medicine to which the nfll Irtvtl
aro ahitv'o poiiitod Tor relief, tho tllwowtx-r hw
iieviM lio ha co:n1in ed in liar maty more of TSa
ttH'e' moi-titovoH'tqn cum thu proK'illep hhh
( ) J Instilled into the vcetublo kliiuxlom fur
h-'uliii ; the fick. than wero ever before combined
In n-ic me Heine. The evldi'iice of thin fnct In
f'Wii'l in tbo irroat variety of rtiont ht 1W
ease which It has been found toconqm-r. In the
cura of Hrotie hilt, Kevero CoiirltP
an-l thu oi' ly -u,'im of Conau ui plloii, It Inn
a'tt JiiUheJ the metllcal faculty, anil ciulm nl ),by
ici4n pro nou tico it ilia ureatoifl aedical Uirctne
ry of t'i a fn. While it cu ret- tbo eVcnt ('niif:hi.
It 4tivi HhciiH tha evBtcm and tiirlflt'a llie
blood By In trwsat and thoroiik'h bUwxl pturiijr
lu prupnrlio. it cures all llu iuori fimn tho
wort Serof ii la to a common Iklotfli, Mm
plotor Eruption. Mercurial dici-uec, Mine
rat Foloti, an l their effi'ctn, aro rradicutctl, ard
YiAritu hoalth and a eound conBtitiition etut
li!(iud. Eryaipela a. Halt Illiouni. i'cvi r
Moro a, Noaiyor Acougit hiiiu iu tiort,
all the numisroii dig eaeca taneed by had blood,
aro con'iuored by thla powerful pur!
uiUvliitf aud iu-
n r mciiciua.
?fyo foel dull, dro trty, debilitated, havnl-
loiv color of skin, or yello wish mown spots on
filed or body, frentiout head aclm ordlaainess. Led
ta.to inin :ith. Interna! heat or chills alternati-d
with hot flushes, low spirits, aud jiloohiy ftu-cbod-lutrs.
Irregular appetite, and loniruo existed, you
are siiTjriie,-from Torpid Liver or "Kll
I annuo.." In many casea of l.lvrr
Complaint" .only part of thete syniptrnii
aro eiojrleuood. As a remedy for all ruch coses
Dr. Pierce's G.ildun Medical - Idst-ovcry lias no
e iu it, as it effects porfoct cures, leaving the liver
smtiitlumoi and healthy. - For the care ft
Habitual f!ouatluit ou of tho bowels it
Is a n ivor f.iillu remedy, and Innsc vlio liavo
used it for this Dornose are loud In Its niaise.
Tho proprietor offers !,() reward lor a medi
tli it will equal It for tho cure of all tl e die
for which It Is recommended.
Sold hydrutr.'lets at tl per holtle. Prepared by ,
R. V. Piorco, M. 1)., Solo Pmprlctor. si his licni.
leal Lnlioratory, l:tl.Seiiota street, lturlalo, N. V. ;
. Maud your asldreaa for a pamphlet.
Parties indebted to the old Drat nf rtmllh & (illltaa.
rill nlease notice tliat artcr November 1st f elmll leava
accouuts uoi paid, with Mr. 1. w, yiahar, whor will
npuacwl atone to wake cnllecjloiis. . .
uin'juia, j ., in.a. a, n. si s-sia s
- SU.T. ix.oa v
'piE GKKAT IJOSTON FIKE.
ntatmtsnl of the Condition ot tha Iftaraie
! t Mcrlh America, Philadelphia,
Organlred A. 1). ITIH. Oyer W rear anreessfnl Bat.
tllna; with the firs Plend. Caylul and Surplus, Wor.
II, HTM, , 400,0001
Dcdoctlnf all the losses In Boston, and there still re
mains with th Company, as security to Policy Holders,
th maitnlncent saa of over
Two and Hairmilloa Dollars.
Th Kct Surplus, oyer and aboy all Mahllltlrs, In
clndlnR Capital, h Insurance Keserye, and Boston
Losses, Is a qUAKTER VILMO.1 DOLLARS, which Is
th Largest Net nurplaa pasws-nncd bj sst
4 o ran sir In America.
Insure In th old Pioneer Company always srfe and
Relisbl. Por Policies apply to
W MOS HAIIRKTT, Agent, Klntrsrlllr. O.
XATUKE'S CHEAT HEM ED Y
THROAT AS D LVXGS.
IT is jrraiifiyinp; to us to inform tlie
public that Dr. L. q. C. Wisbart's I'lne Tree Tsr
Cordis!, for Throat and Lunir Diseases, has nalncd an
enviable reputation from tlie Atlantic to the f'sclnc
coast, and from thence to some of the first families of
Europe; not throujrh the press alone, but by persons
throughout the Slates actnally benefitted ana cured at
his office. While he publ shes.li ss.so say our reporters,
he Is unable tn supply the demand. It i'alns and holds
First, Not by stopping couh, hut by loosening and
assisting nature to throw off the unhealthy matter col
lected about the throai and bronchial tubes, Khtch canst
Second. It removes the cans of Irritation (which
produces cough) of the raucous membrane and bronchial
tubes, assists the lungs to act and throw off the un
healthy secretions aud purifies the blood.
Third. It Is free from squills, lobelia, Ipecac and
opium, of which most throat and lung remedies are
composed, which allay oou-h nnly, and disorganize th
stomach: it has soothing effect on the stomach, ecu
on the liver and Kidneys, and lymphatic and nervous
regions, thus reaching to every part of the system, anl
In Its invigorating and i urifving .ffects It baa gained a
reputation which it mus. hold above all othera iu the
The Pine Tree Tar Cordial,
(HEAT AMERICAS DYSPEPSIA PILLS
WORM SUGAR DROPS
Being under my immediate direction, they shall not
lose their curative qualities by the use or cheap and
IIENKY R. WISIIART,
FUEE OF CII ARfciE. Dr. L. Q. C. THahart'l
Office Parlors are opuu on Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays, from S A. M. to 5 P. M., for consultation
by Dr. Wm. T. Mageo. With him are associated two
consulting physicians of acknowledged ability. This
opportunity Is not offered by any other Institution In
All letters must be addressed to
L. Q. C. WISHART, M. D ,
No. 232 N. SECOND ST.,
REST AND CHEAPEST HAIR DRESSING
IN TliK WOULD. llM-tm
It WILL PAY TO GO TO
TO BUY YOUR FURNITURE,
MIRRORS. WIXDOW CORNICES.
Tarlor and CUanilier Furniture, Mattresses anil
Tkt btrgttt Stock tit th Wat.
A. 8. HERENDON & CO.,
114 110 Bank 8trect.
AN unusually select Une of I'ant l'at
terns Just rseeivd at Ha
New Btyle or Door Plate
Silvered Crystal Door Plates!
Just Introduced t navea brilliant lustre, never tarnish
need ho scoU'Ii.k. snd ara O.NE T UlltD CUKAl'KK
tusn me Old Metal plate.
noor nates save occupam or nouses aiacn dally
anuoyulMe, and are ol great bus'iucaa importance tu
LAWYKHS, DKNTISTS, Ac.
Vent to any bart of the United Sure hv Halt or Br.
Sress. Seud for descrlntlvu Clrculsr. County aud
tsie Rlifhta fur Sato ana oarchasara sronifii in ti.
eujoymeut of the aame. Address,
CRYSTAL DOOK PLATB COHPANY,
M l Third Aysnae. H.
We WISH to say to ottr tViemla and
Customers that wa test every barrel of tills Oi! before
w offer It for sale. We will gwarante all nil of thla
ktnd wa Bell to aland till iteirreea nf h., ir h,nhul
This is acknowlodired by stl VaeralM to ho pSrfeClly
safe for ase. If you wish to be sat of fetlluk tn ll
you want for safety, give s rait,
fc' ' TTfip- Willi W-'llll linAnlall -J
. TUB BR IRQ.
A Great Offer ! rjv?
will dVspoM of Haw PM50S, MKLOUKiiNS, and
OHOAN.'s. nf sit flrst-etas makers, Inclodlna Waters'
at yery LOW PHK'KS . rsr part rash, and hal
anea In smsll monthly InMallrassila, Hew 1-ocIst
rstclasa PIANI is. modem ImnToypmsyits, for 4T(
cash. Now rssrtv a CONI KHTO PAHI.OH ORUAN.th
most bsanilfnl style and perfect tone eyer marts.. Illna
,r""5,l"gaea mailed. Sheet Music and Minla Mer
CHEAP Cassiincrcs, Meilium Priced
Casslmeres. and Pin Casslmerrs,
The Ural American, English, French,
and German Makes,
or the Pall and Winter trade are on our Counters await
ni Inspection, Bellering th
to ho the
w hate purchased and aro well prepared to make nr.
ttlents, from the following brands of Broadcloths ai d
Doeskins. Illiyer Brothers' Wapncr's Bockhecker.e
and Schnables ; also llevonshlre Kerseys and Kdredons
In sll the desirable shades, as well ss Herman Diagonal
aud Straight Lined Worsteds. Oar lln of
Is Tery snpertor to correspond to th good enumerate
WAITK & SILT
PERSONAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
M. Rsslnr madearranyefflsnia for other bo'ln'.t the
snbscrlber will sell at Fabllc A art lost at his Itssi
denes on the plsnk road f.ior mile north of Jefferson
on Wednesday, December eleyentb, th followlna de
scribed proferty :
Will sll at private, previous to public sals,
Plye Horses, 7 choice cows, of which come in the
Srstof Feb., 4 yearllnirs. cilrs. shoats. and auont
90 fowls. If not sold, will be put up at Auction.
I single earnest, 1 double harness, rets of whlflte
trees and neck yoke, t lumber wairons II entirely now),
I farm boirej. Until stelch. I lnmln r sleigh, 1 set new
bobs. 1 set boat bobs. 1 wheel harrow.
Abont so ions of hay, sun. straw and corn stalks 150
bushels of oats, 4TS) bushel of corn, some potatoes
turnips, carrots, apples snd elder. "
Also, all my farming tools, consisting of I Cuyahoga
Mow. rand Reaper combined, Cultivators. 1 hllh-r
Jilows, nsrrow. bsnd roller, horse rske, fsnnlng mill',
orks and shorels, log chains, beetle and wedges, 1
cross-cut saw. 1 hsrd cider mill, a blscksmitb's suyii.
sap-kettles, 50 sap-hnckels. some fencing lumber and
posts, some wagon lumber and spokes.
Alsj honsehold giKls, consisting of I cook store, 1
parlor store, 1 boa siove. sets ol chslrs. bedsteads,
stands, milk pan snd psiis, aud many other things too
numerous to mention.
Terms. All sums of fio or nnder. Cash. All soma
ever that, credit of six months, w ith appnrtse-cl,B,,y-
, . A. P. lluPPKK.
riyinnnin. j iter. a.
TF vonr ltl hat is 1(crt ntii us; to look
. , . - w.ni a ms uue, mat will
Just exactly suit yon. nsu
AUKcV: SI LI,.
rF you find yourse lf in a hurry and can't
wall to have a s.iit m.H. t nin. ... .. ,
suited from our Stock of fine Keady-made Coats. Psnta
V ALUAHLE Il.iuse and Lot for Sale,
with oat btilldlnirs all complete. Slmated corner of
V) alnut and Asubula Strecls, Ashuhnla Harbor
T. A. MOSIIER.
KS SCPEP.IOR STRKET.
New Store ! New Goods !
1 V tllA Voir ni1r T1rar.1, rt T "If
the wet fldeof ain Ptref-t, nearly opuoflte the real
dencc of Henry Kfctt. and one door North of Doctor
. - uiu w IUHUU iub Drat wi
With a complete slock of
GROCERIES, DOMES1IC DRY Q00DS
cou-isung oi a laryervanety or arti
cles such at Is nsuallsy kept in a first class f tore of this
kind. All of which we offer to the public at th lowest
possible rates for
CASH, OH READY PAY.
W only ask a call, reeling assured thst none will go
way without purchasing. MOORS m BRO
N. n. All kinds of Produce tal en ia exebnage for
CTEAM Saw Mill for Sale, enntaininrr
oT. ii? no one 01 nou s roteni
ShlncMllla. by JonN SILL.
EaslAshtahul . a
fRR fA SJOrt P'f'lfy! Agents wanted! All
Ww LU l)U classes of working people, of
either sex. youug or old, make more money at work ftjr
s in their spare moments. Particulars fre. Address
".OI1J5UJ sc cu., rortiand, .Maine.
QQQQ AKNT8 W.t!TKD.-W guarantee
www viiiptoymeui itM an. eitner sex. at f5 per day
nr (l.uuu or more per y.tar. New works by Mrs. H. B.
stowe and others. Superb premiums given away
Money msde rapidly and easily. Particulars free.
kl'KBS CITV ViR. CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Insure la the TRAVKLEUS of Hartford, Ct.
GEXTS WANTED for COBBING
On the Bible, for the Home Circle,
t,l pages. 150 Hug ravings. The best enterprise of the
year for agents. Every fiimilv will have It. Xotldna
Me it note puhllehed.. For circulars, address 11. b.
Gonnsracu a Co., a-! Park Row, New York.
NEW YORK OBSERVER,
The Best Rsllgious and Secular Family Newspaper.
4 A rsan WITH THC itbilic vim bxiok.
SIDNEY E. JIOKtK A CO., St Park Row.
Seiii for a Sample Copy.
QPEN ALL THE VEAK,
fit, Looia, mchlsan, nagnetlc Mnyitica.
The first Magnetic Water discovered ia America j (letll)
M,mm u-cu iirnru ujr UIIT .U.tASJ WrBOUB.
ENTIRE HOITE BY HlILHOAD.
Nenratjrla. Paralvsia. Rhenmatism. Jonr, Disease f
the Bladder and Kidneys. Ovsnertsbi. Ininntenrv a,t.l
all diseases nf the Nervous System. Coulracted Aoinu,
General Debility. HiNSeUms For anHh lets con
taiuing description, analysis of water, aud sll oiher In-
ronuaiiou, aouresa MAU.Mtnc ol KI.NU COMI'ANY.
St. Louis, Gratiot Co., Mich.
HON CLAD PAINT.
IRON CLAD PAINT CO.,
ThlS OVSSSianW I. AWMM M InJ W.yS.. J
yt.' 0r"'." sev eral sjlem. and ia the only company
7". iu umm. vaioi mssa -ptrre. hsrd tskfl a
perior Iron Ora, such aa ia used la furnaces for tasking
i no moi EConcnirCAK Mvm. Fire Vtir. Moll
WatM UnsAf Bf.t t. I.I . J . . It. a'ui.
REAL ESTATE Y)n SALE on
fcvorable terms, AH tjT tlie Heal Ksts'te of th lata
TIKIS. Ju.l'lVWW.L Is offered Air tale by
w ' J.'l. MITCUELLI i tor.
AshtarntU. April 10. IrtW. d.tf
Wrwlshos lo make a loan -or l,O0O
for froa three to four years. Tor which will alv anl
real stat sccurtly.
Timber tan ror Salts-Tire sSihcMtier nas
tract of Ho scree of Timber Laud, lying 1 if tnllVW troaa
Aslitabula. antl tees than one mile frimi the 'amestowu
Road, that is oflcred for sale. It wltl est KM turda of
railroad wood M th acre. Trsrsss wasy.
.. tlKt). W. BARTRAsf.
ShegeJd. WoV. . lSTl otf
ot all kfuds, Cloth, Ivnil liaaver,
Piusli. Ac. Ac. mar ha found In nnr stock
WAITK ot HILTa
Da AV. XIA9KKIiI
I take fiVatnre In lofnrmlnf tnj
numcrom patrons tbat I am
receiving; a Tfrjr larg
at much re
duced Prices, ther
were Isouglit for CASH (lore
tbe recent decline. Please examine.
D. TF. HASKELL,
Recslvlnj dally teautlful lln of
la OTTOMAN, LADT WA8HISQTO!f,
A., bought la th Auction Room, ai
rrl far sslsw tklr Valae,
Ac, &c, Ac,
la treat rrlsty at Qualltlss and Pries s.
D. V. HASKELL.
Received U,U day
PRINTS, c, Ac
IVin't fsU loves the goods SssTora purchaslag. Twa
will certainly dnd pries aMtch lower thaa MaU nrti
ia this nurkst.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
THE prand principle that operate in
thk. 4SS.ndArt wMm iHt.. a. . ,
possess in purifying the turgid tAood and axualllw cur
rapt humors from th sysuua.
HallewaArVa anlla'sMH.Miw s..t nu..
llai sdmrt tar. of Itro srn, tV.g.ul.1 wtracta. lUtha
ES St c Posssinc mot a grata af asla-
'eVcl tn Ihetr eomrdriatfua, they aaver sxpoaa
as thesn to Sioy danger at any tinsa or as
aiorti.r need hosllau to pnacnba Uieea ta k
nrasenba them ta kmr eklutrM.
nd tbe moat delioat coaalllaliwaa tax aa laaas with
aa (mas a tMcu aa ta saost ybjoraui aad awwesfal
nOLLOWAY & CO , Bula Proprlelor.
!) la, Hew Terk't
Hon.iwa'a PH11. .mj .u Mi 1 H
W eu. aad tl awr an or bi a ariaa r1 w
"in- - lir ill ana aTll m . niasw
lad by hssytoa Ik langs .01; r.