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Local & Miscellaneous.
, Blank ot all kinds tor sals at this bfllcb.
Mingle CopUs orttle graph, In wrapper,
msy at sny time be bad at itta office. Prlca I cent.
Job Prlntliiff.-VVork of i stylos tjtttts in th
naat atyla of workmannlilp kni a, iow rata. Overtures
Worn ootalde parties dupllNtett In price, material sW
Workmanship at th Ti.oarh Orrirs.
Local & Miscellaneous. L. S. & M. S. RAILWAY.
, Tralna oHit ft tat-lrm've AaHtnbnlai
Bpoclal Cbla.(ro Kiprn, 4.'ti a, m. Ar.al CUT. S:SS.
Toledo Kxprm.i. ....... ll:4i a. m. do t:tO.
Paotflo Exprea.....- 8:11 p.m. Hd TOO.
Bteamboat Kxpfeat. t:Ma,M. do fctO.
Accommodation ........ 6:48 p. m. do 8:08.
; Tralil tiding Eaat-leavli AnntabuU t
Accommodation 7:10 p.m.
Bpeclal Jr. V. Kxprees ................ i0fl Ilk.
Atlantic K.pr rai.n
Day Express .:v.....v..... ...:. lWtt, m.
Apprentice Wanted at this Oftfe IrttmeMrtirtiy.
A letter from our Klngsvlllo ctarri-sprmdcot',
We are reluctantly compelled to leave out.
Marshal 'hroRrs and ludjy ete entcrtaln
Icd a feW nlgliU Since with A Tin YVeddtiii;.
A. woman was killed on the lower fnrt Of
the Jamestown Roitd on Monday triordlnj
Thb salaries oi the light keepers ut this and
teonu'cuilt Vlarbor slrave been We learn, consid
Crarlfs Cro'6ker formerly occupied !h
fchocmaking la this village is said to Ve a raV
log maniac at Stockton, Cat.
tiEhPoNt, Is to have a cheese factory, one
Wbe largest Itt the fcounty, and Klngsvlllo
' tt also to enjoy a like blessing.
Attektior is called 'to the advertisement
W wall paper, by Messrs. Flower and Mat
tcson. They expert to make this a leading
article Yjf tiielr business.
Lirs Ixsurakcb. B. II. Merrinm i lte
ine of his death bad an Insurance upoh Ms
ito of $2,0(1, In the Chnrtor Oak Company, J.
-Mansfield, aent, which IiM tost htm in pre
miums $125. '
'Sensible. An ordinance lina reccntVy
passed the Common Council of Chicago
forbidding the obslrVifcl'fmi bf aisles of Church
ta and other places of public gatherings with
tehairs-, Wnclies, &c
LANtiLohs Teller is great On porker's
having recently butchered twVtyuetive weight
'of which was a few pounds over 1.200, and
the dressed weight 1,031 pounds, and he is
'also, some on big Turkeys ft mi little ftuffaloe.
VNB of the fiercest snow storms of the sea
. BorY, and 'one that accumulated the most snow
in the shortest time, began on Sunday evening
about six o'cl6ck. On Monday morning the
ground was covered to the depth of 7 or 8 in-
this. . .
Messrs. tJeo. fc. Rowell & Co., of New York,
tomfbuntSe that they have cominrticed the
importation of type from Great Britain, and
"will sell at 20 per cent, less than the AraericnVt
'scale of prices, when ordered In fonts of
lbs. and upwards.
'Transfers Real Estate. il. Fassctt to
Wm. Humphrey, an ntidlvided one half of 41
lota in Humphrey and Mart's plot.
H. Fassvtt lo P. Butler, lots 20 in Fassrtt
nd Hall's plot,, consideration $350 1 and lot
22, same plot $500.
pBNl6LlBToid &. WATMoVott, Collector of
ttJatoms for the Cuyahoga District, bus been
'tomipatcd and coufirmcd for another term.
Uapf. Watmouoh has proved himself 'a, very
'efficient ofilcer, and the Government Interests
loose nothing from his supeTvTsion of tfaeui.
Theachr. Wm.Yourtg, belonging to V. F.
V3ootl, and M. W. Pale, of this place, has with
in h day or to changed owners, bavfeg been
void to 11. 8. Munger, P. W. Tuttfe-.ltnd Capt.
Milo Roberts, of Geneva. Ttib sum paid was
$18,('00. The sale ft supposed to be a good ode.
ADiotrtiliMENT. The Cemetery Meeting
that was to be held by adjournment at the offlco
of O. H. Fitch, Esq., on Saturday evening
last, at 7 o'clock-, wtiB again nVljourned one
HeA, and wfl be held 6n Suturdn'y evening
f this week, at the same time and place.
ftBAL&STATX THAKsrEH. The old Jerry
Kingman pTace ou Prospect 'arrt'et, ineaVly 'dp
positeTtiariePark,tSoBsiHingorttn 0 feet
front lot, and rear land . suAicient ro tnuK'e '5 a
ters, baa' been sold by Amos Flsk to Henry
OaAtle. for $S,B00. - .
SoltB of the Palncsvelie and Ashtabula pa
'pen have been circulating a report that "i
beardless youth and a less of sweet sixteen,"
had eloped irom Madison. Our most dllllg'ent
aearch fails to reward trS with any clue aa to
VrUo they are. Mad. Prat.
Thb folfowlne of our home exchanges hive
branch Wflees in Chicago, or etrewbere, Where
lhy print tbelr 'outsldea:" Conneaut Re
porter, Ashtabula Citiien, Andover Enter
prissy Madbion Pre, Cbardon Timet, and
Painesvilte Adbertiter.-Timet. '
ttis Board of Edncatlon, Madison Town
ship, have engaged Mr. 1. G. McCalmOnt to
serve a second year as Superintendent Xjf their
Village schools, and have Increased Lit salary
$200-, making it $1000 for the Ctimtng school
, year. He has proved faithful and efficient
and his re-ehgajtment will give general satis
faction. . , .
Thb Interesting Fact was alluded to at the
retent I7th annlversarv of the I. O. O. F. (bat
of tha 21 original members. Messrs. . H. L
Morrison and Linus Savage, are the Only onei
left. Such facta are sometimes a little startling
In the ellmpse they afford of the advance rjf
time, and how insidiously it Is pushing MB
along into me iron ntua, in mo.
Dbath or thb Rev. J. A. Tuombi The,
announcement is made of the death of bis gen
I tleman. so well known in this vicinity, a few
I days aidOv t CnAtarirjOga, aged 60 years. th
remains Were brought W Cleveladd fof- Ihtet1-
meat, and the fUnei'al Ceremonies took plate
1 at the First CoDgregallonal church, West Bide
over which be bad been the Pastor for twenty
' Veara. The sermon on the occasslon was de-
1 livered by President Fuirchild, of Oberlln
Suits ImstitOtbd. Capts.' Gabt and
Chafmak. who were put off the train the
other day and left to foot it back to Jetferson
some two or three miles, have begun stilts,
Hat))11 the Railroad Company, laying their
damage, each at $5,000, It will do fur
lawyers ; to vindicate their rights by, appeals
to tUa tribunals of the land, for they can ya
the duaca without paying the fiddler, as the
jolly eaoaot. This advaniange Is very
fair offset to tha wealth and eoaseqent endur
Iknoa. of .railroad eorporatloos. Outalders
therefore, may watch these encounters with
serenity anu oompoaitre, and without any
.csttalpt upon thtir food nature.
to the VrtAildrt of 8. A Wetlt I
Having Iwrti unfortunate and met with VesVy
osies, Iairt under the mcesalty of laying trt
my creditors that I bavs made general sr-
stgnmcnt lo joiift A Pit.hTtfcB, of this lte.
Mr Creditors need not have any delicacy In
calling to see . me. They re cSordlally re
quested to call on me at my store. I believe
them to be not only friendly In prosperity but
In advenhr. I hall assist my t1gneo in
settling up my business. Those that are In
debted tan settle their accounts with trie Br
my assignee. . Yours, Respectfully
S. B. WELLS.
took I tig 111 rough orthodox specta1ev as we
o, It is very pleasant to see our UU.teHun
friends recognising the triune olllce-maniresta-tlons
of Dicty, and the authenticity of lbs
;;rlpiure. The spirit end rcnor of (Be follow
ing seutltri'ent 1$ somewhat refreshing.
The I.IIm ml ChVlmUll louus to see In tllo
Unltarlun bodv "an awakening consiloiiBness
that ihey havu" the primitive gotp' l of Jesus
Christ In their bauds, with all llr uriuinnl
Hiitli mill all tli'it oritrlniil resourres of the
first missionaries! that Christ is their head and
heltrtr, und the Holy rHilttt tlie.r nstrrUir,
Arid thnl they oWu it Id the. world, so Inrgi ly
dutid to Christ's spirit and precept lo go
everywhere aud pruclnlni the glad lldihits of
Tdb Monmoit TtStPLE Stti.B. A few days
Since, says the PaiueSville AdveHimr, the Mor
mon Temple in Kirtlandi was sold to Joe
Smith, the leader tof the anil polygamy Mor
mons. The sale of tllo old building has made
considerable excitement In Klrtland, as It Is
generally supposed that the branch of tho
Mormon people who are uow settled In Illinois
mean to return to their early settlement. There
has befeu much Ot lata to assure one In this ex
pectation, and we think we may safely pre
dict tutu the walls of tho curious old tem
ple will soon echo the words of Mormon priests
si that the tjttiet people of KlrtlunM will again
have a topic of univt-rsal interest not only to
themselves, but to the ''world at large." Joe
Smith who purchased the temple, U the son of
one of the leading Mormon, -Joe Smith the
Prophet, or the author of "the pretended rev1
Sales or Real Estate, made by Wui.
Humphrey during the past fall aud wluter.
Oliver Murphy lot 7 $ 800
laevi wane lot iw..;...i.,ii..tm
Lawrence Morcy lot 28. ..............
John Belton, thfte acres pasture land
north ofthe depot. .. .. . .... .n.'.i'-.n
Edward Riley 1-4 acre north of the
depot . . v. ....... v. . i tittit..
Pat Whalcn lot 110 .'
Win. Larkitt lots 127 and 128...... :
Wm. McCormic lot 1 00. v .;'..-. i 1 1
Wm. Taylors-lot 55. . . . .
Edward Riley 4 aeres pasture
O. Fisher lots 28, 20,80 and4
John E. Leek--lot 20
Robert By crall small lot. .;
Churles Leek lot 157
Francis Rcyno lot 85
C. Culver lots 10 11 12 and 13.-.
John Juckson'-iot 221..... v.. ...
Edgar Hall S aferes. .... .i ..
Henry II. Hall 5 acres ... . . . . . .
Michael Fitz Geralds 14 acre north
of d pot v
C. E. Bruee lols 140 213 and220. . , .-.
Failure. The announcement, on Monday
morning, of the failure of Mr. 8, B. M'fft.LS
had a startling effect upon our citizens. It
was generally supposed that his circumMouc-
es were usually easy, and his standing 05 bue
of our old and most substantial and respect
ed grocers and pfoduce dealers, left no room
for such a thought. The inlormation, 'too,
caused a feeling Of regret ' and sadness, -that
one who had filled so prominent a place among'
our business men-, aird whoso buMoets fairness
and integrity had So large a shnre Of the toil
fidence of the community, should by the
chances of trails find himself compelled to
make an'asslgnmenL . The event is felt to- be
calamity, and the earnest .Wish of all, is-,
that this sioppage may be bnt temporary, and
that bis crelitorS) who art comparatively few
about home, fhrdiug that all has been thauly
and honorable, will be governed by that mag
nanimity and mercantile. generosity that will
muke a compromise and kctVleitleut, an - 'easy
and specdly affair. The assignment to Mnjv
A. Prentice, has been a full and unreserv
ed one, eveui as we are 1oid, to bis homestead
and a moderate amount f ready caSu on
hand at tine lime of the occurrence-. Tho
amount of liabilities aud the relation between,
them and the assets-,' we have n'ot been in
finned Of, but, as neat at tan Tie known at
this time, tire estate will probably pay Some
50 or 60 tfents upon ttte dollar -
AdstiXbVjro MarIch 6th, 1873. Sine the
close of School, our little town has been. Bs
quiet, anil us peaceful as the eMery ofthe
natives would permit It might be added by
way Of variety, that besides peace and quiet
we have had soino cold weather. Mr; A. M.
L. Potts, M. D. gave a course of lecture! here
last week, on Physiology, Phrenttlogy, and
Physlogomy. The forenoon of each day was
occupied In examining heads, while in the
afternoon the lectured to ladies alone. The
evfcning: being public ta all.
Mrs Potts has Wrta the esteem as Well as
admlratloh, of all who attended her lectures.
Showing that true worth Is appreciated where
ever found, at the same tlmtt, teaching her
sek, that the roftd Is Open to any and all.
Bo, girls, you can give a looser rein
to your ambition. The hindrances to your
advance are out imaginary.
School commences the third Tuesday In
March, aud a heavy term's work is expected.
Farmers ar beginlngto think-orily think of
spring-. March used to be a spring month; but
that waa in old times.
BABES IN THE WOODS.
Thb b. 0. C. I. Co. ivhleh bld Its aBbual
meetlnc the bther dav . at tMtVetandi flashed
into tue bands of the A.& O. W.; which with
the Erie, will now form a continuous line un
der the same management; from !friw Tdrk
51. Itouilt The broad gauge or the Erie, and
Gtt Western is tobe changed as rapidly
possible, w suppose, When a onifdrmlty
track will rub the entire lint!. First am8ug
the directors, stsnds ihk name of P. H. Wat
Iob, of the Erle;aiid alsti among the h umber
arJpeafs that Uf bur townsman. 11. B. PAhsoNs;
who tvas trtervrsros tleCtett vice President
this demonstration wai We are toltl, unei pec
ted, as the situation of the Erie and Gt West
ern companies has been such . that these evi
dences of vitality .'and power, could ,hai-dy
have been counted Upon. It portends,
may suppose, further movements, which
long, will give this ttomblnalion a direct line
to Chicago, and make It one of lbs great
competing lines with the L S. M. 8., fur
western traffic. The hand of Mr. .Wat toil
probaby potent In this movement and his en
ergy and ability, will ho doubt have milch
do In making the Erie a power among the fall
ways er the land. Mr. dscAfc f owASEftrj, the
late President of 0. C C k 1.- company,
has been appointed to a place of greater inpor
tanoe, wive re bis abilities aa an expert Iq rail
way affairs will have wider scope. Under the
new arrangement be becomes General Mana-
rr ttf tha whola Una of tliu A. k G. XV. and
C. C. C I. railroads, ,',
BABES IN THE WOODS. Rave we a Revival among us!
this question many have settled for them
selves st oner, and have no doubt but
that we have. Others hsv rooked Upon th
Union meetings held during lit, past week snd
this, In lite 1 1(( III bf S protratled aervicei at
tended with more than banal Christian activity
snd resulting dttubileiu In many slnVefs Con
versions. Rut a reforrrtktlon tltatsllall resth
all classes of cOmmunliyt Whlth shall awaken
Serious attention lit all minds and Settd seri
ous ctitoVtotlon to A rargto proportion uf tbs
populatton, a reformation which sliiuld alfetl
the whole public sentiment and Which should
radically change the rnorals ttf the entire Com
munity, litis, sll have th-tn bmklng rot, as a
tone worthy of the name Revival. Buch a
femlniAMoh would undoubtedly be considered
4 great event, In fact Vie event not only of
the year, but of the history ofthe place. The
completion of a rallCdad Would not Compare
with It ; tho sudden and rapid growth of a
City couid tfot I fdnsidere'd to greats change.
The Revivals In the city Of Lawrence, Kan
sa iast winter, wherein a thousand Conver
sions' occurred and litis Worst plattcs in Hie city
Were closed, and the most hardened cases
vVero feformted the work in fcorwalk Where-'
in such rellgons activity has been awakened
and the most prominent business men have
been converted', Will always be looked upon
is great events In the history of those places.
The same may be said uso of the recent work
It seems certainly that some of the conditions
for sucli a revival have Already been Complied
with Itt kiUr plae and there are these reasons
to ekpect It!
1. The union of Christian people has been,
and is a most ho)efui sign. Nothing can ex
ceed the delightful harmony which now pre
vails among the different churches. . The pas
tors of the Baptist, Methodist Congregational
aud Presbyterian churches, have not Only en
tered lieartiiy together Into a common babsc)
but they have organized a weekly meeting in
which plans for union work have been adop
ted. 2. The prayers of fchvfcitian people have
been united. For two weeks before the arri
val of Mr. Weils the dally prayer meetings
wett well attcuded, and lu thftn there seemed
to be no wavering of cxpectaton. Since Mr.
Wells arrived there has evidently been a great
Increase of prayer, both In public and private.
8. The community seems ready to receive
such reformation. It bus been noticeable that
ptomlnent business men who made no pro
fession, have frequently said In anticipating
the meetings, that " if good Could bo done
to Ashtubula by such an effort, llicy Would
bu gla! of it." This ft probobly the common
4. The Increased and uuttagglng activity of
Christian people Our citrons whuare church
ttrcmbers, have given their undivided attention
to th'9 work. Ladies have Uid aside all do'
lrteatlc cares, and the usual routine of many
households has been changed that the more
absorbing Interests tit the sold might rAke the
first place iu all affairs. The Invitations baVe
been general and specific to every one to at'
tend the meeting, and the attendance hafi been
4. IteV. Mr. Wells is well adapted to be the
instrument of such a Revival. God hits blesa
ed him elsewhere-. At Aurora, iat Chagrin
Falls, Lenox ahd Willonghby, lust year j at
Norwalk, at Grafton, an-l Xewburgh this year,
his labors have always been attended with
success. Ilia hopefulness, bis Confidence, his
strong will, his cultivated mlud, his strength
of voice and vigorous constitution-) his tweet
Christian spMt ttrld evident infrcrin experience,
all fit him as a ien'ttiHti.man to be a choBcn in
strument-. His methods are like all revivalist's,
peculiar to himsalf, but are the results 'of ex
perience, and as tho work deepens the reasons
for the particular course arc developed. There
is no scattering and wasting of force allowett,
but as a ruling Spirit, he holds minds strongly
to the point- When tl.B lull soul pervades the
prayer meeting as it btt'dy then toreVe appears a
reason Ttit every movement, stt'd IhiA Which
seemed like machinery Is filled Villi a stgniff-
tauce. If a strong man roes Under deep Con
viction and aska to be prayed for, he wants to
he pi-Ayed for immediately.
. The Troth. It is evMeu't that ail pit
revivals have prevailed either from the appre
hension of old truths, or from tbe discovery of
new. There are certain tjW tfttthBt fco Wd thai
they maV Ifc like old songs; neW W a gVeat
many. It may be so with 'old doctrines, but
there must be d new apprehension of them
We have been watching anxiously fO'dtscoVer
the new arwrelVenaltirt. It was entirely hatu:
rid tnat members ot 'Christian faWitllt and
Constant attendants should show the effect of
Christian influence and be brought to a decision
by the cnrlieat opportunity. This is gratift inig
to parents and to pastors. Will the speaker
rise to such an apprehension ol tb'e truth lhat
be will carry all minds with him ft) see with
the vividness that he sees? Tho services com
menctng with Snnrtay eVeiilng And increasing
to clearness and depth through tho week tti'us
far, have 'come as though they were Indeed
tWw apprehensions. The effect has been man
ifeat. Mr. Wells Kits been successful in reach
ingstongmen. Many bare been elsewhere
brought luto a spiritual state of sctivltV by
the force of AVultv. The truth, U Is lb be hoped
will awaken the slumbering powers or every
one; until tue conscience ana moral reason
shall arise to supremacy, aud those who are
sleeping in dreams snd delusion shall arise to
a high r lift) attd to heavenly aspirations.
7. The Spirit of God. A genuine revival is
attended With a srjfcratmy that 15 unnllSUikb
bib. In 1803 there were revivals Where the
most remarkable manifestations prevailed. In
1827 to 1883 there were revivals ttt Ohio that
took bold of entire communities. In 1857
there were Bleeping revivals which seemed
to Come like wind froth heaven. The past
winter has been remarkable in Other placer.
Shall we see this solemnity, this consciousness
of i higher power, this bvidbnea of a divine
presetted overshadowing all human Instrument'
alities, and absorbing all eulhatt Interest! ih
S. D. P.
ijoiTk an important transfer of Real Es
tate took place Id Ctiuhcnttt iasl week, In
the exchange of the TrernoUt House, for the
ComtrU-Vblul house With Armstrong BrdlHerl
wagon shop and $3,000 in cash thrown in
$fl,000. Blakelt-y td Dor marl, tfor'man has
entered upon the duties of Landlord of the
Tremoiit.- - -" -J ' '
abbut tb be pht tip by the Con
gregatlanal Chufull dud society of Conneaut,
its w gather IrOm the liep&rlir, is IU tost
$10,000, snd to be 89 ft 4x57 ft 4 with a sattug
capacity of 8,000, and a basement between
room furnaces, at ' These dimension seems
pretty small, and as If adopted without
thought ot any future want, or necessity, as
the difficulty and expense or ahv fature In:
Cress of size hereafter. It to b SunUoubted
by a spire of 123 ft Tha material Is to be
brick, and proposals for building sN Billed
for. - Tho deslgU is by Utl V. ScofltH) bd
Krcltileet of Clovilandi-
CONNEAUT! THE SPECIAL MEETINGS AND RELIGOUS
Our report hat week chiM With Turl-
d ay noon. Tht meetlnK that evening was
much Jarter than any preceding night sines
the Babbllh, IH'J bd solemn at
tention Indicated sn Increasing IhtehMt in
the precious truth preaenled thai, "all things
tire now ready." The subject on Friday eve
ning was in extent et Ills atonement i or In
What practical sense It Is df sighnl tot til
men. There were no-services oa Hatnnla
(evening. Mr. Wells, with delegation from
the Churches, visited the Union Church
In the Etst Village, snd spbke for a few min
utes, others following In short addrenes.
Conslderable Interest was maolfesKd) soma
twenty rising to ask for prayer.
The several Churches held SejJsrat, servi
ces on Sabbath morning, and the congreg a
tious were large and solemn. Before evening
a heavy snow storm set In accompanied with
high wind. . Many anticipated a small con
gregation, but late comers were surprised lo
find the Church packed, and In Ve obliged lo
find a place in the vestibule. Every prepa
ration had been made for sealing a large au
dience. The pulpit had been removed Into
the Crclieatra, and the platform and chanctl
were packed closely with benches and chain,
all of which were occupied. The discourse
wss especially lo Moralists, and ass a logical
and Convincing argument on the Insufficiency
of good works to Salvation. The Congrega
tion Was made up largely of men, who lUtta
ed W ith the closest attention.
The audience room Was Wei! filled on
Monday and Tuesday evenings j the number
being about double that of the corresponding
evenings last week. The sermon On Monday
evening was the complement ot that on the
rjabbath, presenting God's plan of salvatioh
through faith lu the atonement of Christ.
luai on Tuesday eveniug was, in some re-
spe'cUi the strongest and most tbiiu of all the
scVmobs that Mr. Wells has preached. The
subject was God's Relation to Sin. .It pre-
svnted, rbrcilny, the two great faCtSv that God
ft nVt the author or approver of Sim vet
thai he bns foreseen and provided for it In
his eternal plao that the sinner ia Wholly
responsible, yet his sin effects nothing
agatirst God) but is used by Him to His
glory. Never have we heard man's personal
responsibility ihore forcibly pressed h'rtWe,
and all excuse, based on God's knowledge
or purpose, more completely removed.
The theme on Wednedla carried forward
the same thought of personal responsibility
Showing that men are accotthtabft lor their
belief land for the state of their hearts, as tru
iy as fof their actions.
The morning meetings have Increased
steadily in Interest The children Were large-
ly represented on Baturdty.
The first meeting Of the Young Converts
Was held last f rlday. They arc noW held ev
ery afternoon in the Presbytetian Chapel.
Besides the converts, young christians, and all
seeking salyaltubi ate InvMd. At these meet
ings Wore than at any others, we realiij what
God is doing for us. At tho first meeting
some forty, tiY the first time-, expressed a
hope In Christ-, and tho number increases ev
ery day. The services arc of a very tbfbrntul
character, the principal object bein j tho in
struction and development of the converts.
Oue after another tikes part in a brief prayer-,
or d confession 61 Christ, dud no (rue christian
"can be present at one of these meetings with
out feeling llidl he has spent onu Of the happi
est hours or nis lite. .
In these and in all th meetings, Mr. Wells
makes tnifdi Use ofthe power of sacred sting,
Tho little book "1lo Stew Pnilsos of Jesus"
Is Well adapted for this pu rpose ; and, led
by the Organist and Mr. Wells strong voice,
the Congregation have manllested A readiness
and power In $e4cral siugin.', Which, we did
not suppose, was possessed by the Ashtabula
Another tf. arked feature t!f tSe Bef vfcrt
the stress which is laid on Gods word. The
people arc urged to bring their Bibles-, fttld
to follow t'.ie redding. Quite a portion of
the morning services is devoted to the recita
tion of Scripture Verses and this pari bf Uie
exercises; instead of proving tedious-, has
been Very interesting. The texts Suggest
thought, and often seem to come, as God's
direct tticsstkge, to the heart. Mr, Wells; In
his preaching, adhered Very Closely to his text
and bases every doctrine djrectly on the
Word of God. Human metaphysics are kept
out of sight. The Bible la b'ono'rcdVnd God
Is blessing his own truth.
Notices for next week.
In the Presbyterian Church; each
evening except Saturday. Services each
morning-, 'excepl Monday, in the Congrega
tional Lecture Room. Meeting for young
Convene abd Inquirers; at til b Prcsyterian
Chapel-, fcVery dflernodn at half past three
subject on Sabbath evening
be; "The Fountain of SalVatrbn." Thla ser
tiioo which has been delivered in other placea
had always aroused much Interest did result
ed in great good1. The services Will com
mence at 6 80 P. M. The congregation are
requested to come ad early as possible, that
they may I5d seated before tha commence
ment of tho exercises. Everything possible
Will be done to provida accomodatldd fO? dll.
A ttoldn Meeting Tor Children, td He ad
dressed by Mr. Wells, wilt be fi Id in the
Methodist Church, on Salikata afternoon
half past two o'clocki
the several Chnrched Will Kdld services,
seilarately, ort Sabbath mornlog.
The Fruit Prospects.
A colnmunlcdtlOn irohi a thoroughly relia
ble wl-lter, lolereltbU lb know abd pFcsent
ir.. ... .1.. ' i. 11 - !l
ich., luiuiiui urn uiafc uio umiu cruu la ruincu
in Mlfchlenn. aa well al IU tlliri'dta m Inldiana.
and thdt there Will be nb peaches in the West
this year. 1 be present aspect ia thdt we
to hdVe another season, as I'd fibatkes', like
that of 1885. The writer says'; "I have Just
Come from the peach region, aud know where
of I speak. JSVeu apple trees baVe beett injur
ed In aorhe places in Michigan; arltotig yoilHg
orchards, and a light crop of UrrJe also Way
bo anticipated." CnftayO IVionaa.
We fear the same must be said of dhto'i
Is almost certain the peach crop Has boen de
stroyed dud It is probable arjpics.'cberries, and
even berries will prove a short crop. There
is One feature; however, of the Winter's fcbi'd
that may lave friltt somewhat lild hohtidli:
ous cold. There has been bo "freerlofj add
thdwlHg;1' but a steady cold slhce Novembeh
Beautiful snots and ether poem by i. W.
Watsoh. Tbi beantimi Vol:, has been re
ceived from T:B. Peterdott knd brothers Pbll.,
price $3. These Publishers have dona well
in poitltig tills ithinbrtal poent Intti a styk
beduty kfed rich Hess that will CoiUmend It
tha earefdl add kindly keeping of tbs lovers
slegauet; la both thought and, artintla achkve
Wtbli . '..'.!:
March 18th, 1873.
EJitot nf the Tileprtpi,
Hlncs tbs Communication of A. It If ., we
bavs flt that It Was not oar province bi be a
local oorrespoiidenttfr any other kind of con
tributor to the Press, snd w therefor bay
kept prudently In doors priactpalbt silly now
nd then glioclng odt-wlttt Cadtlovs eye to
tatch tbs workings of lbs busy world hers st
the Hub. And svea Ttiw, we would not deem
It prudent, nor adrhubl to lend p scrap,
only lhat ws bars a prompter "of allowtd
sufficiency,1 who will promptly evffect asy
lltila mistake thai m-iy occur.
After the sulMldencu of l4ilier dad lh Si it
nral excitement attendioK, there has been, as
might have been expected, the usual rc-tCllou
with all the symptoms of dullness, linguor
and depresaiOB, (specially lathe way ol amuse
ment. This ofcdtlfse Has dot b -conte throBlC.and f
havd HD ddubt WS shall reCtip- rate vigorously,
and as soon as the coming winter, if not be
f.ire, we shall be able to bring out tne " Bead
tilul Queen," with a larger, more brilliant and
more efficient troupe of performers than on
any brcrtoua uCtdsto. By tha way, this Es
ther has well nigh become a fixture with us.
Court ha now Iteeo pursuing ttt fcven ten
or of her way tor about three week, and bat
been So far aa we could b arn, one of the most
quiet terms for a long while, having h td little
or Importance or Intercut to octupy Ine dilu
tion of any ohe. Why there has been such a
teneral dearth of interest, can be attribub-d
only, perhaps, K the inrVltahle, as that the
od tide, which Is perhaps at essential to
Courts as to men, was not caught. On Mon
last. Samuel H. Tuftlc, who VtraS Indicte I at
tbe last Fall term of c urt, for forging a note
On the Savings & Loan Association of Rock
Cn-ek, Came iuto court snd revoking h I former
p'ea, plead to his Indictment, guilty, whereupon
the Court sente-d hint lor three years 10 tbe
penitentiary. 11" is of a (aii.lly among the first
l.i the county, for whom, and ntw for bis
wife, a most estimable and accomplished la
dy, thVre are tnany warm and sympathetic
Through the kindness of Sheriff Sll!es we
got admitted to the jail a kindnesa for which
We are grateful did not last a great lenath Of
time where we saw the venerable Sylvester
Brown, still lltifcVtittg lt that deferred hope
which, aa we should judge from appearances.
trot only made the heart but also the body sick,
though as we understand, his health is uow
Somewhat Improved from what It was, when
by night and by day he was harassed by the
incantations of the noloru Dr. Stewart.
Mr. Brown seems 'quite hopeful I apeak
hot of the future and thinks that when the
tlhte sniill come for the Investigation r his
CSuse, that a just and impartial verdict of not
guilty will be rendered; still, with all these
bright hopes and fair viaiotis, strange to say,
a heavy weight hAHgs like lead upon his soul
lhat he taftnwt A!Cp. Mceth hath murder
Lit alipn "
We bad a slight revival last nlht In the
Way of entetlaiiiiiienl which Proved td be a
grand failure ; they were the noted minstrels.
I saw you had been Informed of friend Gary's
add Chapman's railroad ride of last Week on
the Way freight. The next morning they each
filed their pditions vs. theS. S. R. R. Co. for
the small sum ot $5,0M each. The b'nys seem
to value their privilege of riding highly. Court
Bdjonrnfc till next Monday, when ther'e will be
the usual finishing up of court tases, and then
-a final adjournment. Tbe jury dr'e now dif
TtiR WotK that id going on amonir several
ofthe ChurcHe of this Mace E oue of an un
usual character. The effect upon the public
mluO, In bringing out such numbers al tbe
seVeral meetings prayer W well aa prcateh-
Injj and securing such writ, and often solemn
attention, is not Often paralleled. These meet
Inks began with full attendance-, and have in'
creased tA numbers, until tbe Presbytcfiatt
Church. vM'th every available space fdr a sent
occupied, Id scarcely sii'fficiei lor their iccota-
mbdarlon. There is no flagging of fatereSl
aria Ifl'e IndicaVtois srethftt mofe ti'bm will be
demanded-. Mr. Well Is a man of admitted
attlllv. and bis duIdU effolts are stilting. pow
erful appears to the Judgment of hid bearers.
Contrary to many revivalist, he does not seek
to reach the hViflrt of Wi feellnga as bis main
object, aud thus by Senlalluh aud excitement
to hove the weaker portion of hia hearers. In
attestation of this; all accounts lYtftn those
KAtttt Visited by him. agree in the fact, that
the majority of those Tected by his labors,
are men strong men and many of them lead
ing minds Of tbOsfe communities. He grap
ples Willi the verities the abatruser yerities of
revealed relMoVt generally acTtb1tlV!'d as well
as those specially held by those of bis
own faith. Ills pfdn seems to be to carry tbe
strong lorlreas of tbe mind, resting assured that
the weakeT ttiie of the heart may be mora
easily reduced. This feature, with bflalrac
tlveueas of style, enables him most generally
'to bold tliose wfio conio to hear him, for bis
further and continued efforts. What numbers
will be readied from these increasing audien
ces, it Is difficult to VAy , or bow large a poVllon
of our population is to be benefitted by the
influence of his teachings, cannot be pre
dicted. He is doing a good work pefhsps
would tot be loo much to say a Wafltferful
WHrk-Bbd while it is continued with .the
same freedom from objeciitln, or trolind
merited crllfcism, we are cohatraned lb give
him a hearty God speed, which ws think la the
sentiment of every Christian heart that his been
a wltheSi lit tis labors.
TiHt County boramissioners, sd W.ys the
Itnet, have hid tbe mdtler of the Wiibty jail
under advisement, and. we lesrri have deter
mined td Diiiid ad audition Upon the west end
ofthe present buildlmn t0,be used as a prison
Fob Rht.-A bledsatlt front Boob ta Bauth's Block,
dlrVetlb.bvtthblto8.B.,lla. ... ,.
Bniiairor Ma. W. Bow.
WHITTLESKr." for tha blood; liv.r and It'td'neys.
Houowit's OtirriniT aud Pliis. Willi caDccroas,
afcrbftilona Ibi) trnptlVa dliei'aoa ar belna a'radlcated
by tb fldworral arUoa of th blntmaat, tb Fills will
rje fbon'd haatnl la eaifrtn); off oh t ward Impolitic.
Bold 18 Maiden Laps, If. T. Prlca "j pal box. Aakfot
new style tha old Is coaBtarlalteB. as.
Wa Clatlna that Mia Biwvka'S Baits I catlraly
dllteran fronl all 6th ra
That lhr are 1 (treat nlanjr rood Balroa offered
for aala bat son so good a Miu Bjawjor's Balra.
That STcry faailir sboaki bar a box. . .
That It will tto til and avcA ttor thaa 11 la txcomand-
tetania toils at cants ach. Bold by all Orag.
lUta. ; '' tyltlO
Bcadtihii Whits Bed Bproads, at tb ,. .
i r- r -rrr- t m
. Blatter Bewlns BacCineaTa, L. OaTmm
B.lnga'111, Is the onlx.agoat la tort hare Aatilabala
Coanty lor Ue al el the klnfe btachtne. thy
aold fcr ctab aron tjia 'nyathty pajataaU; Thayara
paanct macbia ana puuoMa. ; ISO
Tals LutBB.Msakia and towaltuaa, al ts. -,
dtllOS - 7 PEOPLES STORE.
. i trat BcaiTB.-iiw Jlaa ta Saa .Silk Neck Tie,
ladt. at th - - rEOrLKM' BTORE.
BiAca Pre tllk, Ca'tTJOTtSas.
Bner Priau at U)f.
Roat la m tttaa S fnto, af
Iv. at ta
Moraaa 1 Toa at )a tnif ta aa? S esrSM
sad anas Oil Clotk. Lrt as (4 ta tba PmvW atom.
trrinlk tata ) aost, aa k Is aseat to (ivr ap tha
Caiyt V6 '
Bawlur MacaiM aalls -Plolr hcT., totfodaat. tt I
ba SMnr MM potaU of aae!lac which plava It
Ohio. Wf4 tot drtslars sd4 tatnS.
oitove baieb n. if. co..
jwtjfW S4 fnMlf St . Owhad. O. j
BfttaRa'lk arloar. A raurrlot artleki fer vfii.
ksMibc th ptaar of the statins) taal.
OrMra.-la eM ot bvtk-
the bt la BrkH,
41 wirt n-Mh laS Is
T tKa LhiUaf:. bnttrrirk Co.'s Pattrraa of
nerfeats toe Ladl, Mimm ind Bjj. st
Jf.f TonJln .
OA 16 Mttt1' orxt t tositif-Ont Bl of UanAf,
Wdtlr? i tinitisa ati of Owxt t kfor.i-i.ox-.
Esaaiitta prices at Um Omt C'Knlat-oat Sila st
Matrltasa. feotainiS tut L'0cho Catlni. ar mid At
tsa CatiU a jard at tit Omt Clolt wit Sat tt
Uhta Kapklna.Tsnla ClotW, Ac. id at ktonihU.
tow S(HK, at tb Urrat Clolo(-oat S
Lad'.ea, If fM vt a-aat abotber K) D, so vUt I
to eaa do at MoaaiaoVr. 1
Bay roar Hosier? it tb do, and aav noav at tli I
Oraat Clokln(ot 81, at MoaaMoa'a. '
CoratU. Kid 'or. Ltnaa afcd Laea 0l!rs. at bar- i
nna. at th Clrw1llr-nn Hale at Vnnntut'.
T CtattMt .-Tb mitntlw. harli.r Ing
peraMneatir ecrM Of tnat rtrd dlkMia. Cui otlua.
iy a simpl n-iadr. la anxioas to naka knaaa obis
fellow ttrfrrer th aiaaa of car. To all who dralr
It. bit Will attd a 'copy or tb prcrlpUoa Sd. (fr of
ehar-,) with Mte'UrvttloBa for praparies atd Mlns th
am, wliicl, thy Sin Cm a tun C-itt fvr Conmnp'on:
Avhma.B f r.
Parties wlabiaf th prcaCrlpttoo will plea tddrcas
JlSa-y K-v. EDWARD A. WILSON.
IPS Petia Street. Wllllam-t'irh. If. T.
InBIOjffleld. March 5th, by Rv. C D. Rockwell, Mr.
K. A. Batlar, 01 North KbinvlDe to Mlai Mart tic.
In folehrook. on rh frttb. dv of Uar. h v J .k
Ore, Mr. Wllitaro E. Warren, it 'Blomrlfld. Trumbull
to. to Mia rnebe Aon Miomakcr. of Colebrock.
In Richmond. March St b. by E.O. Pork. J. P . Mr.
Eaaolr I. Mora, of A da ma Peak. Pcituwattuzkt l,
Miaa. Marinda C. Uratb, uf Kictimond.
In JeTeraon. Ohio. March. Sth. b F. C. 'rif'it. V-
Jolin 8. Tndrer, of Mt. Vilead. OUo. to Mra j. B.
LKiinl. qt JHTrrxon.
Auoouiiicmeuta frersUoinmendatorj Nollcea.bali tiw
In Madleon.Thlrrdan Wjh a. af east, iah'a bt
Tuoma. srd M yea!.
tn MMlton. Mondtr Match Ifl Xalhan W Allan.
fed 8 aara.
Ia Colebrook. Jaa.. ICth.of oneainnnli.Mn RKzaheth
Ifarilngton, art re of C. IfarrhiKton, Eaq.,af(ed 4S year.
In W of, roe. March, Id, Mra Fanny Squirt agd W
years and 11 nontbs.
The deceaaed waa one of the Wirlv eettJers of thla
county; coming herein l10td rfeatdlnit till her death.
In Monroe. March tfh. of drooaV. Dtnlel II. mlth.
aed 5S yeara.
ASHTABULA, March 14th, 1873.
Dealeri pay tUe fullowlnjf Pruea.
WaatT Sol. White
no No. I lied 1 to I SO
Cobm bt-ellwi ..... 4H
do In bi ear...... is
Oata. old S3
Oat, new gStotST
Bittsb sr, to
Cmiii is to 14
IlrtiED ArrL....-. 4 to 5
Laud '. S lu It)
Eoo T6 o IS
Potato a, new to to Z5
Floi-u..... . . . KtLLixa pmclt
Cobm Mcai. per ton S2 CO
Caurpaii JTaaD-orn and oat 44 1-0
Jb & P. COATS',
r BEST StX fOBB
Whitfj" and BlaGk TlYreads
Are soft flnlalacd, vrltboat the sat of any
anbatance s laittever to prod ace an arit
Iffrlal ctaas, tB-'erety pftoerVric lie .
aapcrlor atrrnatkt or six cord
thread. The ncVb dhad'e of
Vlacf Baa ttrkVai yoll.B',
'And all numbers arc war
ranted alx cord id
oii "sale by all uby good5 bf.AUt".
ASK FOB J. & t. tiOATS BLA0K-,
ASo lir9 rt for Machine Sewlni.
Every Methodist Wahts it.
The Methodlato Kew K?k Vs b'.Ven atir.V to each
snbrcriber Who pay ft.00 for a year's aubecriptltlb,
THB aLV PICTCnE -
pnbllahed or to he pTtwrired ele here at n prii e. con
tatnini?, in on trronp. tne ice oi w crier anu oi
Bihop t'obe'. .Ahiir. Whatcuit. Geo'ip-. Robert
McKendree. llcddin?. Waatrh; Jlitillue. Baker, Thorn
ton. Clark aud Kitut-ler, in addition to tho of tbe
liln? Bii-r.cifa. 1 uia picture i loervfjre of great hi -
litnti TilUH. .. ..........
The Methodift. alllioncn brarlnit a enomtnatiotal
name, contalua much lo luterett all who nuit
Good Reading for the HtmUtf.
It haaa atron? edltm-iul cor na and n.ar.r sjile.culrib
ttor. Th Lecture Room T k of Heecher aud t'.-
aermona of Talbiadje, Bihop KimiMon Snd other are
regularly pnhllehrd. ,7'hp lulecnaUoual tumda School
Lieaeon ia ot eaiueoai, iirni:.,i,ie tun innunrai
Pepartwent ia uuar.rpaeeeu for varieiy andintere!.
Bubeciiptlona may oe aent dirvct or paid to th Bear
cat Muibvdiat pnacker. Kpeciwn cotile free.
a-. V. llALbTtn. Pnbllrher.
lit Naau St., New York'.
GUNS t tsUNS !
Wholceele and Retail. Doable Uuns 4t $S nd tip
ward. Breech Loader. (46 to f too. Rifle, tl to --.
Revolver, all kind and price. Air Gan. and Platola.
Bitytle article tent to au part of the counter hy ,ex
proe. Ki. j. ir linrex .or.ipanie bud mre i.,i wuw
aapplled at lbweet wholeeale rate. Yon cao aavo tt
cent et brdTrltt" direct from na, a ft iniliort our
own (rood. Bend for pric liat , Ht;NtT V. bHUlltas
Importer aad Dealer, U X aatuaib St., luear Ciiy Uall.)
wiTHrntiV) Rlrth i tticii Aaitsbv,
Wood Working Machinery Genftrally.
TONGl'EINO Asp ehooM.St StAtitlSES, RICT".
AnDSON'S PATE5T IMPBO.NK0 TENOS
MACUNE8, Vo. ...
Central, rbr. Vnlon St., Worcester, Ma',
k a. wiTBastav. a. . atrsa, s. at. KiraAamon.
pf Blind, Bleeiiii
iua! Iii Um
V M.t V V VTrf .. l. . L'
or Vlcerolexl PI tea that Da buie-'s ItLa Rbbsut (all. to
- . r I I1T UM or a Ml H awl n rbl, ni.
cure. Hlaprcuared axprcMly to cure tho pile.
Bottling eW, bold by all dmt.-lrt. Palce fl t.
Fartal nAd Krertcrcen Trees aad tteeda.
TnK LARGEbT STOCK IS AMERICA.
15 Milieu, Brerf-reea Tree ; It MIIIIob Eaeopeaa
Latch, etc., ate. AU srown trow ds in our owu
Nnr-orle. Alao, Fruit and Eoreat Tree Beeda.. Cats
lWos froe. RuRERT POL'OLAH A BOSS.
' H'aukegan, III.
$5 to $20
, Afenta wanted t Alt
of worklna ooduld-. of
4lher mi, Touna orald, make mora ntoney al work Ibr
aa In Ibeir Miae stQrli'
Q. BTINbOit AtHJ.. I
rieicjllr fr. AddrM
u - jc-a- A,ajr asao ''n . r
, At maainf aioew etouoj aii&s oi
'Thaa kaa rrr been maria an tb rale ofany on bonk la
Oblo. Wabaeatlill eoaSaohoica tarri lory left. Taos
who apply SrtVlt .i Korterm. addren.
TCPrECLL BROTUERb. Baltimore. Md,
r wr-- r ' r "'"''"
irttlTTT'M' I " tda aahi Pao.ly.
JC1 U iXL I cheap quick, v ithout mUiunr oe Is
FUEERP. Id!. b ARM.j1!:iG, M.P.,
ilea, Micbl.au. r. O. Bj S.
Hani Com Phatert
Sent b enre on Weipl of ft SO. MaS'SY el).,
SIn'arfictUrer.'!if I.oal, So. Libers! teims to dialers.
Bend etamp f'r rlrc'u'ar. f .
i iniuniii in m wavBaa Uu ng
Stationary, rot toll 4 a nil 2Hai
daw Kill. .Wfoc VIII and ftlt t
n at a Kftf H
UilAN UL31 SUULMLUt 1 Ut AUUk
. $100,000 for Only $.0.
fftA'r th amhoftff f t-oll 1-11IJ al nf
VmKh IV1T1. Ik trafm a aaautmr Ik 'lkli4J
.ru ft.lt Colmrt tut 'a a-CI A IH r-.WU Llhrari
of fc.s'iKkf . tv cosm la lha L:hntf Malt, at Lvali-
TafeMar, Arll Iff.
At tht t'nrt iIk bt ayil lattat that ra Sa
procarKl from ill rt uf fir uuanirt wMl
to lli ritriftiwat. and l. a ltijMl .S'ii',
rT-ittii'r 'ww ) a MtuiMi f.of, rof
iinvf will iw dt.iriauifa t mi iu tU ticket boklrf,aa
OneOnnJ Cart ')W ,.., IMMM
On lirDd (. h 'ilfl S0.OV
Un (rail t.i Uln ., . ; ,. r.,K
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Tout. 10.000 im: aU w.S
'I o nn v!( (iMm lorttii-aiai-nlSi ant .omwri, only
Oi. IImi i)"!I 1 bu.iunt W but 1 lckn will be Im4.
H')l'.- IVkt-ft. am; Hal' c. Sfi; and 0.anrt, tit,
F t- . tCiivIe 1Kkta for ho dlstukat on 111
1 1 .,w of tht Tb'H 01r Cotinrt, ttfc th fwil
ari"oK.r' inrrn -inn mnnni
ett DDruvl. la th
laruinent Dt el Jo'rtjii.iit -f th PfloH Library of
fc. .i'U';k. c hltU. hr the ik-cUI act aaHTOrlilur the
cunc-iM frfla beniillt. 'a lobe f.irvT fir ft Sllclti'
r.-n "f rverv H'aie. 1 hi drawing will b atidvr th
Hpvrtllri ilm Tmaiei i4 Hi Library, aatated hy
to-n-.nt m'wnt eiitn'fa i.f ih-i b'nl'ed Btat. Tkm
aaief'f fl'keithaaalrKndf pror u Bar that tuta-pti-
a'-'-.-n t aaaurrtd. aufl hovet IrV there I ire aoti
i"d tlikt tl.'y irti-l urrli r al u.c if ttter tmire lo par-
tic. pfti In tnerrawlrij
1r.eratnei-v.aRt of thl n'li'erraklii bus V
a:lttd by Ok- ttr.-tef-aio-flon. Tnoa. K. Bramlrti. laia
Gov-rnor nf Kro'.v. to whom cimmuniraiUin fit-c-Cninurf;
10 the txil'i luicn ir:&; be artrl't-H-rd-. ,a
li. f . HLRRKTT. fto".
tr. Jr. H ALIiftW A!. Vte W.
JOIIf a. fAiy. P-y PrbJtc LlhraVa of fy.
l AKMLHn- AND bKOVLkfS' BANK. Treaaarrf. . i
Piibih; Library of Kr.. lmllilr. Ky. 1
Order for ticket or ppi'-ailona Tot af rtrct.-, eitrfei
lera. Ikfornutiuo. '(.'., Kilt beet with prompt at'eutlott
ttun ddri.ed to tii.
t-08 Bit.". Ml.r.TTn. IhlaVt1le. Ky.
Air-nf PnHir Library Ky.
AV. oriet for ttrk aboiJd b ailiir-d lo K. t.
tilbb'ie A Co.. W mtarn Depot uf Supply. Hi LA Bafld
n'.rect. vmc-.po. j.i.
The (W.de t tinnltahetl 'Onartortr. !S cen'a h- foe
the year. whi h la Lot .rr-e h!f tb'a Cnt. Thoee wh
afteYwar-la tnd money to tin aiuoor.t of om iWl!xr
moie lor Seeca ar.aj aiao frAnt Secant worth staa-
the -irlce rt'd for ihi-t.-jioe.
The .-9t untolior Is bi-ansii'nl, ciVtba-pIantformaktac
Knotl iiome. 1 unii'ff 'ln'Slu Un-dratfon. Wlndo
Gardens. Ac., and a mix ct inrormatton ii",VlrnW Id
the iorer of Sowera. 150 pat on Sue tinted pap,
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chrorno coeer. Th Brt edition ot Sii.OiiO tnat prtnten
coioreo piata au
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In A0j-:un and German. J h
Largett Organ JittuUishment in tfi'
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gant wore ilitrodaced Sret ie tht eetabUebment:
fend for illirstrAttd'Catakuroe. '
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