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A 8 11 TABULA, OHIO.
8 aturday Mornin sr, June-14, 1873.
tSTNew York City doe butter and chceae
baafncss of filly millions of dollars a year, and
t'rt dealer ia, Ik at, Hty, ho nuniUt 130,
knra rcaolved to eataWifli an exchange for
the accommodation of tbis tyido.
cy-Within week after Hie commission of his
jfrnae, a Hew York burglar, who m caught
by one of Hie ladies or a bouse hv had- entered
after he hnd fired two shots at her, "has been
. sentenced to tliirty year' IniprisouisH-filt.
(yA Washington special ?tnys there Is a
growing ttellng among ol!kl.ila, lor tlio an
nexattftn ot GiiHUmala to. Hie- United Stales
and that two citizens of Die former country,
a.ecompan'qilby lis accredited minister afcturrd
Prwiilent Grant of iltadcsire of (lie people lor
pn atiiKJt tlVu nnd. Hieir anxiety to Know
Vhen guch a result could lfere;ic!n d.
lSBome changes In tlie Civil St rvlce rules
liayc been proposed to tlie Piesldcnt by the
new Civil Sirvlce Advisory H.mrJ. Ni ne
of the principles oiu:s great reform are. aban
doned ; the niodificHiint s s'mply nfl'ect the
way it.works . Ainon tha Improve meiitst.iijj-
ge Ucd are a prontpt'-r examination of npjili
can k, n a fulrt r distribution of offices aiming
Ibe difft-renl parts of the country.
tJTTtie Engl 'aji GoverniiKnt-.'Ims n small
war. on hand with the AsbuateeB, growing out
of the trans !er of the Province-of Elmiii bv
the Dutch, to the English. The King or Ash
a Dice has objected to the minster, Hi.d is bound
to try tonclufcions with the Etijjliali lo uo I1
be cannot get It himself. The English, l.i thu
me a time, have very shrewdly aecim-d tlie
Fan I is, a very strong triln-.asHlli , nnd will let
tlietn do the uiost.oCJhi; fighting.
The B mk of England baa raised lis nito ol
discount to 7 per cent, in ay input by wlih
Wlilc't movements the pricu of gold has mi
Tanci a trifle in New York, and slocks have
fa Hen. Less gold than usual lias liccn.rrcelv
ed t Uta year by tlm bank, and il takes this pi n
d fiitliil step .to check ony undue ilniin on il
reierves, which must soon be drawn on for thu
p ly nient f the Al'ibiun award, and for tlm
e isulng Installment of ten millions sterling of
tu ) French indemnity, whicli4will be puid in
bills of exchange on London.
tyVlctoria C. Woodlmlldroppcd dead of
heart- disease, liiat Friday evening, at her
bouse In New Yiuk.C'liy. Her notorious ca
reer m an advocate of woman's rigutH, lu-r es
pousal mid prallceof the most abuiiiloued doc
' trincs of free love, and tier sbiauelees conduct
of the weekly priodicul alio p'.tlilished, are fa
lnllur In the public. Her greatest notoriety of
late years has been In connection witli the
Charges against the Rev. Henry Ward lk-ech-cr,
which sbe retailed so unVnslvely and pi-ili-naciotisly.
Her death remove .inu of tlie
ggqnleHl fonii-mers of tbat scunditl.
tW Germans as well as Frenchmen seem In
have seen the significance of the deft
pbrss.e.wltu which Miic Million promised In
bis nddrcss to tlie French Assembly to rextoru
Ftntace to her rank among nations. Thu Lon
don JVmci Is informed that the Onrmnu Hn
t rnmeul haliad Its iipprehen8huB so excUod
by the new - Pr riiUint's oddresa, Hint it will
rxnet tssurimce of his Intention to comply
faithfully wlih.lbe trinly or Frankfort, before
rnterln.it into the usual diplomatic IntO'cooi-tic
wit lfc,1lie ndii)inltnilion. .
3TThe Sliisfl.iolnisflls doctors of the hr
Ular ' school who were lecentlv tried bv Die
M ssacliuetts tlcdical Society for tliCj olfenne
of using homepatliy remedies in Iheirpractlce
And found guitly, have been expelled Irom the
. Boclely. Tlie news of the expu'slon of; these
reven physicians were received with deriulve
JaUitUter.by the linmcpalldst recently In con
vention at Cleveland. One of tho exielled lnip
jmned to be present, and he stated that the
persecution, besides everywhere creating a
alrong sympathic for the men and the princi
ples assailed, hud resulted In a siibscriplion-of
f 100,000 fur the endowment of a homepathlu
baspltal In Qpstpn.
TnK Elkhorn bridge on the Union l'uciflo
Railroad broke down under a passenger train
t'lo other day, and (lie engine and tlie limit,
express, and bajrgagn curs'weru llirnwn into
tlie river, lint one life was lost. One of tlie
wrecked curs was loaded with 1)0,000 Kve
young fish. in tanks. 7'lu y were of a dozen
different varieties, and were consigned to thu
California Fish AsHoe.lnllon, to be used In the
hlscictllturc for Hie Pacific Const. This unusu
al freight had bceu biought all the way In sure
ty from rhnrleslon, Mass., only to.hivtlius pro
c' ulialy relumed jo Its nntivc eh nieiil In the
I Wars t)f Nebrm-ka,
Idllof Pnt lilU from Iho railed Stntu
rit-ui oat-! lo O'iui Invunlor. for flia wt-uk i'hiI
luir Mv l. ltr.T, sud ivirli buHrinir that (t-ilo. Kur.
nlatinl lhl uaiwr tijr Cox Cos, Mollcltors ol I'ntouU,
y'sililiiKlou. U. ('.
IJallunced Valvo Frank C. Caddy, Cleve
land. Adjustable Hlep Ladder John J Harden-Ir-Mili
& 8 iliiuel lli'dl'ord, Columbus Orovo.
Waifon th-nt John U. Htiultx.hbelby.
I-niern Thomas Smith, Cluvel uul.
ltuiursible 8i reel Car Wm. A. Junk Ak
tSieam Pinup Wall1 Aldrlck, Dayton.
lUcldue fur Pulvi rising Clay Geo, C. Bo
llarvtuli r Jotin B. Dans, Toledo.
Bin tvtllpK Machine Wm. 11. Dobson,
Haw tMiarnlng Machine Fredrluk Frey,
Wheel for. Vehicles James Hayward Wll
liauistiurg. Washing Machine Amos Xi. JenniiH;s,
Munutiiclurer of Bbaftlng; L'hrUttaa C.
KueUlt-y & William. Wjensthoftl Dayton.
Hemmcr fur Bewlng Machines Edward
Howell AtUlabula, sud Lewis C. Giba, Can-tn.
TfiR Immoutal Fot'B. In the death
ct Chief Justice Chase,- the county lost-it
tlie last of the great tjnnrtftte, to
whom, more than any other men in civil
Ijfc it iiaa luKtly asenbed ij fulvatton
nnd triumph in the lute war. . Lincoln
the honest l'rotiident, rieward tlio wise
find prudent atoU'sman, Stanton the
(rreat war minister, and I'haao the great
iinancier, these were the men about
whom the hjyal hearts of the North ral-
loid, in whom, tlu'y trusted and hesido
wtioae torn I) tLev ulwav erratofullv lin
ger. Other did what they could, hut
to. these four seemed to have htteu
L'iven the front rank. To their match-
less Ability, earnest purpose, and iinwma-
rying endeavor w owe, in a great
measure, the unity of our tlug, and the
re-establihiiient otour govermnejit,
ItU serhap too luuli to nay that
there are none left to fill their places,
' for the crisis generally bring, thu men
to meet it: but it u doubtful if. any M
intnistration ever agaia contains, four
- men who will go down to their graves
o beloved o much honored, . vtlio
will be rjMureif of generally and 'grate-
fully as the four, of, woin (Salmon
V ut was tti kitit,.
Modoc Assassins TnEiR Fatk. Under
the dear and well written- opinion of Attor-ncy-Gcncral
Willlnins, there Is no doubt Hint
the Modoc mnrderers oj Gen. CAnby and Mr.
Thomas will be brought to a speedy trlul be-'
fore a military commission, and sentenced to
be hanged. Gen. Davis lins. alrcHdy Indicated
his conviction of the necessity of proceeding
In this way, In order to Impress upon the bos,
tile Indians every where, that they mny not
with lmpuulty break faith and commit mur
Tiik ToiiHtis Bcbvivobs, have been secret
ly examined by Secretary Robeson, as to the
c us ol Copt. Hall's dmllf,.and the failure of
the expedition. Nothing is officially disclos
ed of the restits of the Investigation, but It
Ins "baked" out Hint it shows Cnpb Bud
diDglon, who was plum! In su unfavorble a
light by Escpilmnux Jc's story , lo be guilty,
at the lenptj of having deliberately di-serledlthe
Tyson party. He Is t-alii, hlle Intoxicated,
to have driven Hum nt the peril ol fieir lives
off tho ship to the Ice floe, here he b-lt them
witli a scanty supply of provisions lo lake their
chances of rescue or dcnili,
MARPAf hK F MoiM-ic. Not ven Ci'iiL
Jack Ins tver clone any tiling more dastard
ly than the nuisfiiure oi! five Modoc captives
at Lost Ibver, I y the Oregon volunteers on
Sunday lust, fievcnietn of the thirty three
Cottonwood. Modocs, who surrendered a few
days ago new Fiilichilti s runch, we re on
their way to Oen. Davis' camp under the
escort of one of tliu -Faircbilds, and were- lu
te rcepted by s mo Oregon volunteers, w ho
deliberately shot every ni'ile of the party.
Nothing but the unexpected arrival of a de
tachment oP.troops seems to have prevented
tho murder of tlio twelve women and children.
None ol'4he Indiana were armed, and the af
air was simply ft butchery, not less atrocious
than the assiunination of Gen. Canby. Among
(lie victims were Bhncknasly Jim and Bogus
Charley, and It is said that jme. of then, were
under any indictments for murder, nud that
they had rot participated in any of the treach
eries of the band.
Mixmo'OF Tiik Hkxkb. The recent state
ment of President Ellul, of Harvard College,
made to tlie Bociul ticicuce Assnciatiou of
Ileston, tliat ;tlio coeducation of tlio sexes is
now on tlio wane in (lie West, especially at
Olicrlin College, where it commenced, lias
brought nut a letter I'ioiii President F.dcclilld,
of (Jliei l'n, in wliicli lie corrects President Eli
ot's statement as far as tlm success of tlie
scheme at ObcrlinJ'4 concerned. Hu says
"There lias been but one opinion among us in
regard to tho success of thu 'experiment,' and
lucre is not In-day, tlio first symptom of a re
actory feeling nmongeilber teuclu-rs or pupils.
Nor have I tho slightest, evidence of any such
renclion in the schools of the West that have
adopted the systi in, nud I um somewhat iu
tim lately. uetUsinted with, most of them. A
few days since 1 was at the University ot
Michigan, whi le ladiis liave been in attend
ance for two or lli'H yeurs. Ono of tho Pro
fissois told mc that iilmosl all thu Pro lessors
wero opposed to the arrangement ut tho, out
set hut now, not one."
Tin: Pui'.suytkuy ok Cleveland held its
quarterly median at Grafton, Modimi Co.,
on Tuesday mu Wednesday of this week,
The Church of Ashtabula, was represented l
thu Pastor, and Elder L. M. Crosby. Tuesday
evening was devoted to a discussion of tlie
Bubbath hcho.d work. Tlio topic of chief in
terest on Wednesday was thu report of tha
Homo Missionary, Key. II. IL Wells, and
their pioposi'd plans for the ensuing year.
Much siiiisfalion expressed Willi tha work of
Mr. Wi lls, w lib gratitudo to God for thu bles
sing which hud honored his labors. It was
resolved unanimously to engiigo'blin for an
oth r year, with tlio undeiatiindiiijr that be Is
to liibor under thu direciFm of the Homo iMis
sloii Coiiiniiitce, for five montlins an Evan
gelist, and for tho sanio length of (line in
strictly Missionary work. A viinntlon was
granted till the middle of August. Mr. Wells
expects to spend his vacation at bis, lather's
home near Pomeroy, in Ibis Stale.
Kev. Dr. Eells, being about lo resingu from
the Pienliylery resigned his position asCli'man
ol thu Home Mission Committee ; and Itcv. J.
N. McGiH'ert,, of. Ashtabula, was appointed Jn
Ills place. Dr. Eells requested tho dissolution
of his Pusluriil relation with tho 2nd Chinch
of Cleveland, llcsolutiim win read by tho
Delegate Irom that Cliiinsli,, consisting of this
dissolution its a Providential message, nnd
expressing their deep sorrow for the loss,
Atllou iu tlie case was deferred till Saturday.
ol next week, then tlie Presbytery Is. to bold.
an adjourned meeting In Cleveland, nud ut
tho Biimu liinu make arrangements for the in
stallation of ltev. C. S. point ruv, ol Brooklyn,
N. Y. ns Pastor of tlio Church, If thu vacancy,
should bo open,
tJTTo keep Miu IKHinell, tho Hank of Eng
land forger, clear of any writs or olhea tin time
ly Interference by the New York courts, be
was token to Fort Columbus, nud In Id there
until the 6tU, when ho was sujLccsatully trims
leered to a steamer, and fulled In companyi
wlili t he English detectives.
Mr. Chase's Rabits.
Chief Jnstiue Chnse led a very simple
and regular life. Tor many yeurs it
had been his habit to rise ut U o'clock in
summer, nud. 7 in winter, lleforo brenk
fitst, Jie took h, abort wulk, retuniing
home in time to meet his family nt
morning: prayers,, which ho-uhvays said
himself w.hen ho was well. Thu break
fast hour 'was at fi o'clock, during which
he either conversed with those around
din or looked over the morning, puporn.
At 0 o'clock he spent an hour reading and
nud dictating letters or preparing lus
opinions. At 10 o'clock be went to the
t upitol, generally walking, ami look ium
seat on the Supreme lleucli, ut 11, re
! i . .i. . . i : ;i
iiiiiiiiiiitr uuriiiii inu w noiu bcsxiuu mini
J I . M. After thu- adjournment of, tlm
Court, tnu Chief Justice walked home
and partook, of a cup of tea and a few
crackersthin was his daily lunch,
Then he spent two hours w.ork over, hi
opinions, until dinner, which was always
served promptly ut 6 o'ulock. Tha Chief
Justice enjoyed- this meal, especially,
and never hurried through with it, how
ever pressing might be the business that
awaited him. ins tame was i.lcgimt,
but not ostcnUiclous, and Hlwuys consist
ed-of the standing I'-ngUMi three courses
aiul a dessert. Wine was seldom serv
ed at tho table of the Chiuf Jurtico, and
Ue never used tobacco In any form
After dinner, he would spend an hour
playing chesa with bis private secretary
lie was excessively fouL of chess, nud
played a strong, but not very scientific
game. At 9 V. M., lie. was at work
again, which often lusted far into the
night. This wus before his paralysis
the summer of 1 870,
In Misourl, when a man kills another
oa Huuday, they prosecute him under
thsr law against-desecrating the KabbuUi
by shooting at a mark, and have him
fiiied five diillars ftud cost,.
Tlio Diwlington Frte Ptcm tells of nn
old lnily Uviuir there who hail a rattier
dissolute- bitsimnd, who fell sick nnd
tlied. !She ntteuded tho ' funeral, and
tij'on tier return rertiftrkud tluit she Imd
one eoosolntion, "kIio knew now where
he slept nights."
Woman's glory is in her hair,- Tint it
is a good jjlnu to" Uo it up vlwa cook
ing. It cost 8 l)ete ware lawyer only tl to.
call the Vvwu t" a bloated old rhinoce
ros. It is-aacowling to St Vnul Minn.,, to
detect drunkards by tarring tlie lamp
posts. They prefer this to State eon
An Iowa 'litor rcccnt.lv Announced
that a certa'ui patron of his was "thieving
tin nstiaU" lie declares he wrote' it
A milkman in said to have left ft can
of water by mistake nt n customer's
house, aiid the customer never discover
ed the error
A Kentucky man. nu-rehased a- coffin
fifteen years, ago so as to have it handy
and the other day he was burned ' up in
a limekiln, and the coffin was a dead
Sawing, Plamng and Matching.
1 t he marhinerv formerly nfd hy K. A. Hltdirock,
run Iib tumid ot the old vtund, at Oeutie titruttt H. H.
ALL KINDS OP PLANING, MATCHING,
will hp dons witlkpromptnaw, and at fa'r llvlnz mien.
Mint II. L. WKDtt.
141 Superior Street, ILKViaASD, O-
"Next door to the Lions."
ntntor In Fine Oold and Silver Wntctie. io'ld Silver
anil Timed VAhib. t'lm-ks, llroiixer, Finn, Gnlil and
Sn-el HiKctiii-lt-i, Hnhbi'f and Sliull Ko Ulanxen.
Watch rcualrliitf aI'K(:lAUTY lni.WM
PKI'OUT of the C.nidiiioii f the
Li A H1ITAUIXA NATIONAL HANK at Aflitatni
la. In tho SMuTti of Ohio, at Uiu clone uf bnlnusk ou the
aoih day of Airll, ISM
boana and ItscoOnt
4, ma Oi
1 1(1 7t
I. -II 10
I . . lioiula to ftcum circula
tion Due from Iti'dwinln-f Aeait....
Ine from Nuiloniil Ibuika
lnu rriini Hialu Uai.ks
Kniikllij; Oflteu ...
Klirniltilti and l-'txlures
Ilil!s ot. National Banks
Knu-iloniit Cuw-uncy, uio. ....... '
Li-trnl. 'I cnderM
'I'oun ItP.ifll (!
1 100,001) 0O
.. 4,-iu m
. f 17S,flll 71
Amount (Jip-nlMtlnii ,
lmlmitu-tl l)eX)Hlla. .
TJ. Rum. Bi.ytii. t'aablcrof The A-btalnila National
r-aok, lo coii-mnlM iw.i-.iu- thai the nhove vialcini-nl ta
true, t-j tlie tt;.at of my knowli-dc and: I'l-IIcI'.
J. BUM. HIA I'll, Cashier.
Correct. Attest, C. R. Riitiri, 1
T. U. Ckobhy, Dlrectora.
P. P. (iooii, i
Slate nfOlitn. County of Aalitahnla.
Sworn 4 and Mibtici'tbeil'tM-lori- me Mill ftth day nf June,
mnn - lio. II. 1'ai-ktt, Ni,t c Public.
RkLDUT of tlie (V)i.'lition of the Ai-h-
t ihttla LOAN AMMOCIATION at the close oCbnslnesa,
Mnv Hill, Ir-IS.
Loans and Discounts, 10S.7T1 11
Ileal. EallMI 4.000
li-rioiinl Properly l.iiiHI
Eliii'lie acct. ' 1,7.W79
Taxes paid ihtl X ,
One from P.anks and Bankers IS.,'; HI .
H!4ick' and lluuda 11.470 vH
SpeciH 90-j ID
t ahh ot hand IN n
Stamp :m Ul
yn twi 4
nteresi ami Exchange
u Banks and Uunk-Ar
I do oieinniy awear mat I no anoru auitunteni la true
.to the heat of my knowledge and belief.
A. A. HtH'TIIWIOK, Cashier.
I Sworn to and subscribed before me Ihla JJIh day of
IJiina. lt78. f. IIOOT.I,
SB a I.. Atlotit 11. L. MorhI'OM,.
r L. Tvt.aa,
K. Hll.MSIAK,. ' '
Annual Clositif Exercises
Ashtabula High School
HMOTHS OPEttA 1IOU8K,
Friday Evening, Juno 13th, 1873.
Patrons of the School aro cordially Invited. Admis
sion KHEB. A
lly order of Board Edacallpn.
A. A. SOUTHWrCR". See
Ihe-0oufe3aiona o an Invalid.
PtiBt.imau as A waaNiNu and'frtr the heneltt- of Yotirfo
Mr.N ni oTMHKa who sar)'e from NKItVOUH
IIE1IU.1TY, LOSS OP MANHOOD, He, J eupulyttir
tht mfautqf itlj-eurt. Wi-lltea by one who cured lilin
self alter iintlei'iuiuiobldurabie'i)uackory, and aeul
b-ee oi) rocoWtirK a pi at-pald directed envelope
Sutlerera are Invited lo aildreas the autliorr
18.a-n, Hon 1M. Brooklyn, N.'t.
M'AUMf.Olf. OHIO. U
IlWirUANia IlKsuamaNT. I.
Volumhiu Jan. HU. 1MTS.
tlTIIEUEAS, tho Tuavklkiw' Likb l.v-
T sifHANi a Co., located at Hartford In the Slate of
conn., uaa niau in tnia omce a awora stutenie.il,, tiy
the inoper Oltleura llHireof, showlna; lis coiidiljoo. ajil
biiluesa, and baa compiled: la all repeeta, and tha
lawa of litis Slate rel iling to such ItisuraucetNuiiiuiules,,
lucorpornti d hy oilier Slutes of the United Stales,
.Void, VAsrsyoi. la pursuance of law, 1, William F.
Chiiiic ii. Sup rliitemlenl of Itisniance for the Slate of
Ohio do lier.diy certify, tliatsald Company Is autlturtzed
totrajisaet Its appropriate titistuesa of l.lftrK atutL
A llrtiVe' iN.M ItAM'K lu this btulu, lu au-.
cunlatice with law, during the current year. The con
dition and business of saldCuuirvtuy at the date ofaucb
Statement. illeo.Hlst. 1HII.) Is sliowu as lollowa 1
Ainouul of Jotut Stuoji or liuarautu Capi
tal paid up... t BOO.OOOOO
Aggregated auioiiut or ailinlttmt.Aaaclts. ,, 1,1.10,739.03
Aggregated aniouut of Liabilities, liieluijL-
lug ai.irti'J.nha lor Insiiraiicu resei ve l,lS,BT.i0.
Amount of Income fontuv nreceouiiig year
lu cash l,lt,HI 81
Amoiini of Expenditures for the preceding
Year In Cash 301.8a
In Wittn Waaiiaor. I have heretvuto subscribed my,
uainu. and caued thu Heal of my otuue lo ba,
L. . altlled, the day and year above written.
W. F. ClllltCll,. Superintendent.
AtWNTS IN ASHTAJIUL (JOVMTT. '
O. II. FITCH, AstiTAntii.a.
I A 1)1). V HUTCHINSON. llKKIVA.
K. J. S.UITH, WtixiAHsrocLO. IralSeS-.
AJOTICE Is liert'liy civt-ii, that on
XI lllih day of May, lain, a iietttiou was tiled with.
Council uf tlio Incorporator) Village of Ashtabula, pray
tt a tor Hie vaiuituiou of tliat tiortlou of risk StructJvintf
bi'twei-u the east line of HiiT'iaiiklln llraiii-b of lite L. S.
A M. H Kullroad Co., to the Vitt iu of the land
owned hy, Uiv isUtuliaia, YontiL'stowii A PltlaburKh
H. H t o, Hitlil Htliii.it will bv for lu-arlnu at Hie list
reifulur uivcllutt of the Cuuucll In July, lriTX.
11. L, WK11II.
Of I aiul other oelltiaaer..
" ASK VOL'lt GUOCElt KOli
That bave react ved Diploma for their merit where,
ejver ralillilted. I'riuiuuun-d by all. the chuapeet lu-
uiv ot tne age. valuable,, and aluvist uecessary to the
table, to travellers ; or ai plenlrs. Tacked lu tbe bust
ullve oil uf our owu luiiiorlatlon. in tin boxva Sulsbed
pains as imported j a: d are .old at lesa tbau Iwslf Ilia
ouster Wuiu U Bardliiea. Their delicious rikvoi. and
2 1. Mualliltss reoouinteud theju- lo all elasaea.
Bui by all IW.t elsss uriM-ura. Wholesale by
11 9. Mm
II Broad Hireet, . T.
rPAKK MOTICK, WHOM IT MAY
eourera. The twsetlled amounts of 11, B. B. V.
van nonniin. now in m l,tt.,.iH r... ..n ir
ael llefl ny t na 1st of January, IH7. will ba thereafter left
w. Nji'.t.i, m iu, coat OI
I'll sfs call
ud aettio at once.
ONE. IS IIOIISK POWEtt (STEAM
For aal very cheap. The seglas la In toed ton-
ditton tu all raapaea
tt. C. tlUJtt, AahUbala.
"V TICK i hereby given,' that, the un
itiTliincrt h hpn .polnli-d sdmtntotratnr with
tv will sioifii-rt of tlie d:niu of I'otur B. lljJMe or
Mnrirnn, Athln)ielit t.'oillilv.
IHiMl Jun , lfe1.t AUKtNS.v
JIOOHK A TftltitY, 8nrit(MinsaaHinaimnVia
thlc l'hyioliin. No. 1 MnJil Htmut AhlhiiU, Olito.
Olllc-n liimt tfODiXtoK A.. I'rota to W. M. and
iSucconnno WUItnaH' dt ttahltik
MAN.UFAUTUBE14, WHOLESALE AND-
KC.I A1L UJSALfcU IX
GLOVES, MITTENS AND WHIPS,
wALLACIt St COMPANI!
Cream Table Chocolate
No ttotlnjr nernry. A cup of dHlnfons Ohocnlnte
m1e Willi tt In two mlnntrj. No waot, Purkod In
nound tars. Vanilla or nltitn. One do
In tMau I ' li
enn-tted at a ronfffHlon ror lonolu irrad on craeliflr,
ninmKinpf m nniK hi nnno to oiiiik
Soda Watnr Synip or flYorliK loe t.'rtmro It la anperlor
toanyt nocoiniu maue; ana lor cnocoiaie i ase, nom
tim eli-o will he D'Pd wharo Ihla haa been tried. For
tale lr J. T. W AKKEN & CO., Cincinnati, O. 4t3S
icneral and Local Amenta, for tlie
iiirirain Sewing Machinf, made at
Oantinry, Conn. Ttluntllleat, fait.
it, and eaatoai. Lock Htrieh,
Straight Needle Maahlue la Ilia
market. We give bettor terms
than an j other company.
JOHN A. K, Gcal Ajj'V
Itaibiiry, l imn. tiaa
A (irtFAT OPFFRl "oiiacb waters a
h ont i jr r en . HON 4HI u'wav. n. y.,
will dlxpoae of 100 PUIfSa OKiM.lof flrat
claaa.makr, Inaliiding WATEIIH. at extrtmely low
prlcea ftr flash, or part caah, and balanoe in amall
motility paymenta. Now 7octave Om-clat PrANOS,
an-iniiilem Imurowmenta. Inr cimS. ivana .",
fin. norm.K-HEKI) OltllANS, (100; i-STOi', 110;
8 STOP, tlto, and upwanla.
WATEH'8 CONCEUTO PAKLOIt ORGANS
am the moat hc-antlftil tn af-fli and jerft in tone evei
made. The CONCEUTO STOP ia tlie very bvnt ewur
placed in any Organ. It Is produced by s third act nt
ri-cdK peculiarly voiced, the EKFKrT of which tuMOHT
CIlAliMINOand SoliL-STIHKlNO. wlille tta IMITA
TION of the HUMAN VOICE la SUPEItB. Terms lib
enil. 1LLUSTH ATED CATALIKil'B MAILED for one
(damp. A liberal Indiiceuicnt to Miiiiftcr. Chnrchca,
Himilar-Sclioola, Lodges, etc. AGENTS WAHTKI).
Permanently cured by addrei"plnjj Dr. W. C. OOUDEN.
No- 47 Jerlei-son' St , Louisville, Ky. Copies of his
'Journal'1 can be oblair.ed froo of charge, giving mode
of treatment, and a lurye lir-l oi cases cured. Inrloha
Steam Heflnod Lnbrlcatlng and Machine Oils; Carbon
and High Teat Burning Oils, snipped to any part of
the United States in half or barrel packages, qmllty
ir (ills superior to any lieretid'ore placed on the market.
Nenu your oroera. or senajpr circular ana price L.isr.
Local Aa:ajta wanted tn evety county, good pay
giiaiaiitceiL Addresa EXCELSIOH Ll'HKlCA'I'INQ
OIL W OKKS, Freedom. Beaver Co.. Parrfi. 4tlM
Wholesale Agents for Ohio and Influmia.
Smith's American Organs.
Spaitjf Convert Organs.
DEALERS SUPPLIED AT MANUFACTURER'S
PRICKS. Catalogues sunt free.
J. K. IIAItltlS & CO., Colnmbns, Ohio.
CMC CBfin per day Agents wanted! All
H0 IU fftJ clusne ofl-worklli! people, of
either ecx, young or old, makn more tuoR,y at work for
us in ineir spare inoinents. t'urncttiura rreo. AUUress
(i. HTI.NHON &, CO., Portland. Maine.
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JIr.. GKEELEY'S COTEMPOUAlilES
i Whether In jnuriiallstn cr general politics, so that the
wiinic is a luiuer ittti, js&aiiu Milium representation
of Americun politics for a period of loitv vears.
Here you wil learn of the rise and lull of Lartira ; of
the triumph and dcleat oi politics : of. the lins and
This work Is, tn short, the great blographlco-hlstor-
tcul work or the times. It Is tlie great illerary success
or the tiuiua. Every Intelligent mini and wumau will
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Mechanically, U la tjta handsomest book pnhllshed,
beinu prolusely ami FU.IiUANTLY ILLUSTRATED
with, about FOlt'l Y engruviiigs. Including portraits,
also a aieet engraving of Mr. Ureeley. wbluhls the
most pleasing und natural nf aay yet puhllsutd aiak
hill a volume uf over 000 royal octavo pages. .
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Addresa UNION PUBLISJIBNO CO.
335 Wabash Avknoi. Cmicaoo,
170 West Fourth St. Cincinnati, O., or New York City,
nuicnuvur uiay.ue nearest lo vourpiace pi resiuence.
j Carpets and Curtains!
Beckwith,, Sterling, k Co
liar the Largest and Handaomeat Block.of
Ax ml nster, Brussels, Tapestry,
Three IHy, In yratn and
Oil Cloths, Matting, Jtc.
Kyan Sbowa la NoriUam. Ohio,
Cornices, Laca CUrtgins,
A. FULL LIfsH OF UP1I0LSTUX QOODS.
, BECKWITH, 8TEIlLINa & Co.
103 Superior Street,
tmtl Cleveland, O.
WINDOW GLASS COMPANY
Dealers In English, Froneb, . American, I'lalB, Ora
matal . Car, t'nach. Picture, Floor
Car X-m J. S S,
LOOKING. GLASS TLATES.
. 180 13 CHAMTLAIN ST...
W. PALaaa, Sao'y, CLBVELAKU, &.
IVNext doerrto Joha WMley,- Wholesale Paper
LEFFINGWELL &. COMPANY,
French Plate Glass
. Plate sold at New York price. ,
vaouuLi AMD BiTan. oaaxaaa a
FRENCH AND. AMERICAN WINDOW AKQ PICT-
11 KB GLASS.
Ornamental Olaaa. (Colored. KuataMlad. Grenaid. Cat.
tad Embossed I
Kouirh and r luted Plate Class, and Ulaalers' Bepallea.
vaawuBii ruivy, oiuta, ate. .
LOO KING. GLASS PLATES.
No. Bl 8t. Clair St.. flKVUlAMIl nlltO
Kjlmates and aaaaplea furnished on appllcatloa. latW
fNVELOPEa HsvJpg added a large
J stotk of Buvalepea we are nrewrerf to furuWa
laeat pikalea, at eueat lite aame price as plain.
THE PEOPLES' STORE
We take pleasnfe fn rnfrinnlhgr oar frlenrls. and the
ftnkllc generally, that wo have moted our bnslnnsa two
doore below, la the new and large store known aa
Eamea St Haifa bnlldlnax In which we will open on
Saturday, with a Largo and Elegant Stock ol Dry. and-
Fan-j Goods, and Notions Aa.our store (known aa tbe
'Teoplea Store,) la known to everybody, ba.bethe cheap-
est, with the most contirieK Stock, we will sell for the
next 10 daya only, goods at eitraordlnay low pibtea :
Besttrand Calicos, at 10c per yard.
The best Double-faced Alpaccae, from 45c, upwards.
Faper. Cambrics at ISc j English Cambrics at 10c
Real Japanese silks at Xn; eoUD eve iswhere at 7ISc.
4 Bkacbed and Unbleaced Cotton a' 13c.
Table Linen 45c. '
Mash and Colored Kid Gloves at $1.
Fine Drees Goods -great variety, ncry lbwUow, low.
H ifr Braids 40c, Bwitcbea at ISc
Coraete from 7s to $.
8 II AWLS I SHAWLS t Great Bargains.
PARASOLS latost atyJee,
EMUROIDERIES. MUSLINS and LOMAS, LAUlES
UtES, and nOB'SKIRTjS.
and a full line of Iloelory. REAL DA1R SWITCHES
FROM $3. SB to 110.00.
Ladies ready made suits a speci alty.
GENTS. GE5TTS.. GENTS.
A Mill line of Geullemcn's
iaP"Thoe pricca we pretend to keep only-forthe-
uext 10 (laysnot-Bjiy longer. Hojilna a contlnnanca-
of the patronage as hcrctolore,.we remain moat respect
fnlly yonra. 12S3
tVItna rewdkyawe-wtlt eperr
rreea stoeJ. erf Dry and Paoory. floods. Mr..
Morrison I now In New Tork parobaIng the Monk.
MORRISON, d) SNEDHKOR..
rFIIE Coraiuiasionera of Aehtahula-
B r!.,nMinMM.MivaaaiMfi nsonoaals for handing
the Abulmonta and Superstructure for a Br dire ecro
Ashtabula Creek ia the village -of Aahlabula Beai tne
fosldenee of 8. O. Oabora, oa the 6 ta day of ' '
"MlliHi'.'.th. ali.of the Brldffo. The Com-
lh&a.oiir.fe.r.e thrtir)u to r-tall Wf a'
. .... i .. . .. r I ih. AnHt,. Ur . la. CitU V a l.L.
JmbJZ ti. Jut.Mria. tlt. AihUwr,
TUB ORRAT At-TFRATIVK 4ND
Itlanotaqaark aoitrara. Tha
Ingrt-dienn arc published on each .
bottle of medicine. Itliuaedand
"" 1 wherever It ha been introduced.
HJ It v 111 noaltivel oura
n IVWEIVI Ulall
lA faa'ff fTiWrr-f oi B1TEVMA.
V mm VI 775. WHITS BWKI.LING.
GOUT; GaJTREL MRONCItl
mia -T?uvnrr.v t)r.nrr trr
and all diacaaca arliinff from an
Impnro condition, or the- Ulnari,.
Seail tor ourRoeOAt.ia Almamao,
in which yon will find certificate
lYon reliable ano irusi-wortny
Phriiciani, alinUtcrt of the Gos
pel, and ether.,
nr. it AVllantk farr. of Balti
more, esya he has used It In catesof
Scrofulaand other diaaajii with much.
Ur, T. V. FnRn, or Baltimore, rs.
commend it to all persons suffering
with d-iseased liloed, saying it is supo
tior to any preparation he baa ever used
!(. llnbnex Hall, of the Baltlt
mure M. IS. conference aoutn, aaya
he baa been ao aiuch benelitted by
ilstis, that hecheerfully recommend
It to at 1 h Is f i lenda and acrjnaintoDcea.
IMvrn diCo.. Druggists, at (i or
al 1 nonavllle, Va.aay U never has failed
I Ma. t& hnm'l U. tlcKadaen. Mnrtree.
"'w JL boro', Tennessee, aj a i t cured him of
iiiaaai I'M :iiieu!natisia.wlieaallele lailed.
tiTeuTadalisin CONNECTION WITHOTftt
will eore-Chilla and Kerer, Liver Complaint, Dys
wDsla.ete. We-ruarantTBoaAOAj.ia aupertor to
all-oihVr Blond PurlQera. Seud lor Descriptive?
Circular or Almanac.
Address,. CLEMENTS ft CO.,
S S. Commerce St., r.a'timort, lid,
Ttemember te ask your Druggist Joc'BosASAi.ia.
1 HERE will be an Examination of
Teabhere at Jefferson, Saturday, June 91. 137
iSn Clerk ol Board.
10000. ROLLS OP
AT COST FOR TWENTY DAYS, AT
For (lie Spiing Trade, consisting ef
CAE PET'S j
OIL CTI.OTIIS, MATTINGS,
CUltTAINS, &c, &c.
Wc aim also allow lo our customers the best
TJ Irt I TUHE
To be round lu tbe city.
J. KRAUSS & CO.,
rati, ma- I'M Ontario gl.
1220.41 CLEVELAND, O,
I have now iu store, and to. ncrivo, tba
choicest lot ever offered In NorlUcru Ohio,
The patterns and colorings in Body Drusstls,
Tapestry, Two and Three Ilys, are new and
elegant; ruauy of them to be found only lu
ITHIEL S TP N E ,
215 SUPEEIOR STEEET,
:s i o w u n.
PLANTS and VEGETABLES.
I HAVE iaiat added larsrelv to tnv
atoett of Flovrers, Green house and Bedlng Plants,
thne making aveiy one aispiay. y stoca or ituaes.
cieraiiinina. vrrhrnaa. and llaiiLMnrr o
lanre aud greatly varied lu kiuds aud of. etnerloa
V I have several thouaaadToraatoPlknta of heat sort.
all or Iheiu nave oeeu re-set. t snan nirni n ow-eet
Potato Plants grown In Jersey; other kinds-of Veuuta-
ble Plants, such aa Pepper. Bjju-plant. C'ablane,.tarly
and ijiio. and celery, win ue reauy in ineir seai-on.
All kinds of Garden Vetfetablea. and Berries will he
Ifiirnlsiied In tnetraeaaona.
opeemieua oi my riante anu veceiaoiua can ewu
n-om tlma lo time at the Stare uf A. It. rk K. W. Sav
age. Ordera ot any and all kinds- left titer will
Anythlnir from the vaat atoek of Btorra, Harrison
Co., will oe rnruianea to unsiemur neru. vnmpiouipi.
ness. and at their Cataloune rates.
1 hope by fair deallutt and reasouable price, to nter.
I. -.. .1 .1 .... . ... ,,f Mtr.,i.HtfM
My Ureen-houae aud Garden (Jin be fvnBL on Main.
street, near tne late leuue rr.oiir
JiUKS P. JKNMNGS.
Aahtahala. Uav Bth. lffS. ni
Icef' Ice! Ice I
W E will dollver lea at tlie following
price per poaad :t
lOandlesMhan BOIbs. ... -th
60 aud less Ibau 100 ooo w cvl.
1U0 aud over 40c V cwt.
40a per cwt, at ice aiousa
We will deliver four days In week.
lultl ' A.. A. STRONG CO)
OTICE ts hereby given, that on tlie
ma day of May, a petition waa Died with the
imi'll in iraiii " W" " "'.". rv-
Ing for the vacation of.sv.muck.of unrtnf Slrwl aa tua
north aide thereof, next autoiiiiug tua
ie brlclc atoce
J..W. and D. W. Haskell, aa shall be uocessary for
purpose e.rcretlhis and maiotaiuHia a-ratrway
landina m Incbev wine on tne soiuti siu oi saiu
Said petition will be for heartbeat the Srak uur
Dei ting of the CouuciUflur July lh lens. .
May T, 1873.
n vv hahKELL
. mi nt
nd other petitioner
l-rmi AVn jimsEWOOD Picture
Frame, Cornice, Room and car- '.
1 M . ' w
1Aahp gl oot.ciao oi.avBi.Ai. oi
. iv i.;..--t. to Couulry Dealer. ImIKO
iwiuvnai wmw - t
A LLtxrons are hereby warned against
..Jr..nnr ramoWna any Sander Gravel from tha prero.
i" of in, Bulwai itwr. from and af -er tbl due, with
,t .ra. ueym, for.au -.. &
A.htahuU. June , lSTM llia.tf
We have this day appointed 1
A II. Jb E,. )t 8 A VA GE,
of Ashubula. a aaent lor the aale ol our Cr ekera
lias bbl., oral retail. All who wish Bret rate
of Cracker can &ud theu at the above Bouee, ,
t.U ) 4, XL A.fl.OORHAM.
THE CLOTHIER !
CST'Qo and See BusinfigSsf
Jhatapend ifiiw minutes In. lcotlng tlirangb thai
ELEOAHT 8TOCK T WEUJI,. BOT8' antf
CHILDREN'S CLOTIIIKrS, at) L-bOMMED'EU'S
SIGN OF THE BIG
LoK through thai Sptmdict Stock- of
77ie MAT and (TAP Depahent ik i
Complete. . Prices Below any
other mum in tJU trade..
N. B.Now buy, yen, Clethingt. Hate and Capsu " -'
and' Fnrnialttng Good of J. E. L'HOMMEDIEIT
and yon will save from $5 to $10 on every suit, and!
yon will get apod, substantial goods, and noehoddy.
BKUCE'S BLOCK, Adjoining Tombea 4 Bro.'ei ;
Grocery House, ASHTABULA-OHIO- a(
J. E. LarOMMEDIElT. .
Sign of the Dig IEa&
Now Opening at . ,
Ba H. GILKEY'Sw.
SPUING GOODS !
TABLE ien. napkins, " t
COLOREl? rrABTASlCS, C HASHES
FANCY TOWELS, In great variety,.
PEQtJES; S WISS, MUSLINS,.
SATIN STRIPES,. '
SHPltT FRONTS and 1BISH LINENS)
SPRING CASSLMERES ant "
' , ' " ' :
LADIES! E0TH, for Boy' Sufis. .
' PURE MOnAIRSinitripeaforttull'sx;
Also, Plain Qrey Mixtures,.
Very Handsome Good lb: -SH,K
and WOOL MIXTTTRES .
BELE& WOOIrtROLL POPLINSL- " .
IB new Shades
We ask especial attention to these Go6db;
1 -arrWnnW RIT ATlTJa rrVTTrRR;
SHAWLS- Don't fall to lpok. atout Sliawli
Stocls. . ' , . , . .
rT-i TTXTT-.TI. n HI TJ TJ e..-l.n si
gfiunu uiLfiii n Jjxi.iv.iur. lauiue c gents)
WAM8UTTA W11LIE. SUIRTK
...-.,.. 'rT nri a t m a a
I vaauauiiui a- j.a a a.uiuuxo
and Trimmings In. great variety?-
BLACK. CASITMERES for Talmar Sacks.
BLACK SILK FRINGES, AND- TRIM
M1KGS, GUIPURE LACES, &c'
We are newly Hooked) with all klhda' of
DOMESTICS, JEANSi COOiTOUADES,.
UJOi LUS, TICKS, FAJNCr SilE.ETl.NUS., 0j
CARPET WARPS I if on are going to.
make Carpet aee that yon aim t liny asooaraet
wartjwUiali.yioih neveiaao.ue.: .
BLAJCK DOTTELV LACES VEILS, REAL,
THREAD, YALKIv-UlMKo, at LIAlHiUii.
We have a full atock of CROCKERY which
with all our stock will be oH'cred at the ery.
cloaeat caU prices. , , ( : x.
rwOrockry and heavy bundles delivered if
ula, April 10,imrx;'