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JAMES HEED BON, PUBMBHEIl".
Two lm11rn Vr Invwrlolyln Advatir.
Local & Miscellaneous.
Ashtabula, Youngstown & Pittsburgh
, Less Aehtsbnis,:Nls. m.,T:00a. m.
Arrive it Ahtsluls,t:l5 p.m.. BOO p. m.
Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R.
Lear Aahlahula. 8:00 a.m., 0:13 a. ., T.18 r. u.
Arrive al Ashtabula, 1:B8 A. w 11:18 A. a., 11:00 r. .
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R.
Was leave Ashtahuls, :M A. ., 4:48 A. , 1:40
A. a., 11:4 A. a., 8:84 r. a., ;1S r. a., H:M a. a.
East lesye Arhlaliitla. ftM A. a, 9:00 A. a 1M
r. a., 8:81 p. a., 1:10 r. a , :98 r. a., 110 a. a,
Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R. R.
Leave Ashtshaia, 11:50 a. a.
r. a. Leave Harbor, 11:30 p.
19:48 p. a.
Arrive at Iltrbor, H:10
a. Arrive at Astaleila,
Portage. The abolition of llio Irmikln
privilege took effect on Tuesday, thu 1st.
Hereafter, everything tint t rocs through lh
mails U expected to pay its own passage.
S.ihscribrrs tollio lelegraph will have to pay
their own postage nt Iho role of S cents a
quaiter In advance. TIiosh w ho have pnkl In
advance may claim n deduction for the last
half of the present yeur 10 ceuts, and hereaf
ter 20 cents a year.
Ravenna is to bo favored with on oration
from Gen. Gaiifif.i.u on the 4th.
Walworth, tho fratricide, lias boon found
guilty of murder In the second degree.
Geneva and Cotineaut, were both permitted
to participate In our tidal wave, mentioned
Tnn Reporter, we notlee, drops out Its num
for the week of the 4th, which is a very coin -fortable
nrrangmcnl, we trow.
Supervisors are notified thai their Abstracts
ofRoad Taxes aie in the hands of the Clerk
LI all, and may he had by culling.
Personal. Mr. Chas. II. Watson has gone
to Chicago to take a position on the editorial
corps of the Tribune of Hint city.
Niv Milk Waoon. Fargo, the faithful, is
out witli a new milk wagon, neatly lettered
upon the curtains. A decided improvement.
It is requested by Mayor Kino that the
members of nil Hie committees meet on the
North Park at 10 o'clock on the morning of
Lost On Wedensdny afternoon, July 2nd.,
in the vicinity of the village, a Black Lace
Barb. The finder will confer a favor by leav
ing it nt this office.
Protection Company were partlctilnaly un
fortunate In having their machine Just fn m
Smith & Hamilton's shop blistered mid dis
figured by the late fire.
WiimHO Class. On Monday next at 9 A.
II. Prof. Talmadob will form a class for an
other term, and hopes for a full representation
of his old pupils, nnd many new ones.
A hack to the Springs was started on Satur
day last by Chas. Meiuuman, which will
make regular trips for the accommodation of
bathers and pleasure seekers.
J. M. Faulknkk & Son are out with a new
business wagon lice delivery. Puinling by
The Savages arc also In fashion with a frco
Capt Waiiuen Huiicii, informs us that lie
is beginning the fishing business for this sea
son. The first hauls have been rulher en
couraging. We may now, probably couut ou
a supply of white fish, at pleasure.
John IIendiiy iuis sold his house and lot on
the coiner ol Camp and Humphrey streets, to
S. C. Talcott has sold bis house and lot on
Prospect street, to Wm. Kakaoa, for2,2U0.
Thr Willow Copsb enlcrtHimneiit, by tho
Ellsler Troupe, was, wo understand, tolerably
wll attended, aud with good satisfaction.
Toe same play was performed at Conneaut
oi Tuesday evening of last week, to a crowd
Heady for Business Again. Messrs.
Fiunk & Wilts who were among tho suffer
ers by the fire in tho Hollow, last week, are
now uboul ready to resume business again in
the nexibuilding but one, south of where they
were driven out.
Cauiion. Our visitors on I lie 4th espe
cially the children and little folks should lie
curelul about excessive iml'ilgcnce hi ico wa
ter, when heated. It is expected to have a lull
Biipply of this commodity about thu villago,
for the free use of all.
Capt. Wm. Watrous. whose accident was
noticed las week, it has been thought would
bo compelled to lose Ills leg, but the work of
amputation has been deferred In hope Unit it
ruluht posslu.y be avoided, lie is doing as
well us could be expected.
OCR Geneva neighbors are being entertained
and enlightened by a series of lector, s ou fne
love. The trouble about this sul jeel Bee ins to
lie, that It is not understood, notwithstanding
all that has been said und written upon the
subject by Madam Woodhull.
Buruu m's great Caravan and Hippodrome
Is too great an affair to stop at s'mall towns,
and therefore sends in notice that the nearest
point to Ashtabula where the canvass will be
Shaken out, will be Cleveland, wiiere this great
affair may he seen ou the I-ilh, 15th aud 10th
Btkketku, Giddikgs & Co. have assigned
the effects of the firm In trust for the benefit
creditors, to Messrs. Abe) Kurm and Wm. Sey
mour. This seems to preclude w hat has been
so earnestly wished for by tho public that
the business of the concern would soon be ar
ranged aud resumed.
The coal truffle has begun over the A. Y.
P. road. Twenty car loads were deposited on
the new w harf, on Saturday lust. Experience
has already shown thai their great area
docks some 700 or 600 feel is not suflicient
for the opeuiug trade, aud greater comniodi
ousness is demanded and coutempluted.
Clbvelakd Club Third annual meeting.
Attention is culled to the summer races of t lie
Cleveland Club, to be held at Cleveland on the
mile track of the Northern Ohio Fair Asso
ciallun.nn July 2ik,30tb,3t and August 1st.
Frenulums are offered to the amount of $30,-
000 and a large attendance of the most cele
liraled (rotting and running horses IseipeckcL
Postal. The Post OfDce Department kava
closed a cootrael with the A. Y. & P. for car
rying, the malls on their road, aud (he Compa
ny bare put thriastlves In to thaoe for the du
ty to be perormed. TVy , havo entered
poo the utrvfe 0a, lKa (rs tnsi., but hart
not as yet done so. This null arrangement
will D found a very great public coorenleoc.
An Attempt was nmdo to rob the First Na
tional Bank of Warren on Monday Inst . The
cashier was alone, and while una person cn
8ied hlt attention t the rect-lvlnir desk, an
other unpercelved reached Ilia door of llio
vault, with a sbcIkII, but being confront! d,
suddenly left w itliotil booty. One man Is hard
ly ctiial to an emergency, w ith two or more
GiiMMNO As our Council refused Hie pray
er of Iho tho petition for closing the saloonson
the 4th, Iheso Insliluloii liavo been making
preparatilns to do Jimlbe to the day by an ear
nest effort to quench thu thirst of tli'wa whose
patriotism Is sympathetic villh lager. Tim
two principal saloons, liter Tore, Ducro's and
Radford's, as wo umhrxtaiid. have laid In
the first 60 casks, the oilier 45.
Piistaok. III view of Iho common belief
that Congress will change the present postage
regulations with reference to local papers, it
will, perhaps, be well for our render to pay
bat one quarter at a time. Drop papers may
be paid by the quarter, the same as others,
and nt the same rate. We shall font i inn- to
deposit our village circuUtimi as heretolon.
unless otherwise directed. If the present ar
rangement is likely to become n permanent
one, we shall probably adopt the currier sys
Somb of those Indian curiosities alluded to
last wei k, found by Daniel I. Piatt on his
homo lot, have been left nt our den, and may
be seen by those inli rested. One of them ap
pears to he a war club ol stone, 1J feet in
length ; another is a flini arrow bead, and the
1 1 i id is of flint, regular In form, not unlike the
C million form of palm leaf, of eleven Inches In
length anil four in width, nnd of Utile more
than a quarter of an inch in thickness. It
must have n quired much en re in working, on
account of Its thinness. Its use cannot be con
The new post ofllce is now in use, and Its
ch anliuess and coiivcuh lice is prized ufier the
"lound the c.iruer" experience of a few weeks.
The new nrrangi meut of boxes in the form
of a letter V, Willi llio point squared for the
place of general delivery, is no doubt very
handy, so f,ir as the labor of llio ofllce is eon
Ciimd, but the public, who, in the (dd (-lllce,
could sie from the walk whether their boxes
contained anything, have now logo to their
boxes to make sucli discovery. Mr. Si-.xton
lias received bis appointment, aud lie.' busi
ness of (he office is conducted with sntUf.iction
Hell Gate. While on a trip East, our
neighbor Dickinson paid n visit to, and took a
survey of the wonderful work in progress to
reduce IhU turbulent and dangtrotid bit of
navigation to llio condition of a hirh way of
smoothness and security. The amount of
rock l hut lias been '.aken out is prodigious and
beyond appreciation, without seeing it. The
greatness of the work, and the praclicabillily
of success, has not, in his view, been over
drawn, and the ticcomplishinciit of tho enter
prise hardly admits of a question. This may
really be called the work of the century. A
quantity of garnets taken from these rocks,
brought up Irom many yards bi low the sur
face, and over w hich have sailed the Sound
coasli rs for generations, were brought home
by Mr. Dickinson, und may be examined ut
Passenger traAic between the village and
hirbor, by the To.vn & Harbor line, is quite a
nolicablc. matter. Tae bus, niuc.:i of the time,
is taxed to its full capacity. Five trips a day
are made, and tho accommodation i, highly
appreciated. From this, may in a small meas
ure, be judged the importance of a smooth
and commodious avenue belwein these points,
and we are glad to see Unit llio corporation
recognises that importance. Comuiis-ioner
Fuller is doing up the village portion which,
by the way, U nearly half llio distance in
commendable style; Willi a good road nnd
such a bridge as our friend Mac has now put
in readiness lor use, will make the drive a very
popular one. Would it not lie well for thu A.
Y. & P. Co., if it is within its province, to
m ade up to Iho further end. The break-neck
jump at that point is not tood for rickety con-
Resignation. We regret to hear that
Supt. Clemens has doclinid an aeciptunco of
the position of superintendent whicli has lieen
tendered him for the coming year. He has
accepted a similar position in (lie city of
Worcester, at a salary of (1,000. The Hep
we regret, as its etfVci upon Hie schools, whicli
are now in an eflicienl working order such
as we think, has not before oeeu enjoyed may
bo adverse. An interrupt ion niuru or less
piijuiliciul must necessarily result, whoever
his successor may be, and fortune must be ou
our side, if we secure a gentleman of equal
ability and laet, lo till the place. In connec
tion with this ihcliiiulii n,uc I, live uImi lo nolo
ihe resignation ol G. W. Dickinson, President
of thu Board. The services of Mr. D.ckinson
have hecii of a v ry useful character, and some
deliberation will be r. quin d to select a suc
cessor as useful.
Tueue is quite a movement in tho way of
building and u pairing up old building about
the Hurliur. llesKhs I hue new dwellings.
cither up or in progress, by II. HiunAiiu,&
Co., they propose in the course of the season
lo til up (he i Id I riik ten. meut on Ihe brow
of the bill, beveinl new buildings havo been
put up along the road west, and olhers are re
pairing, or having additions aunt xcd. The
Tom bes house near tin: loot of the Thayer
hill is being brushed up, and we learn that
Ihe one adjoining, belonging to George VVlllard
is ulso lo undergo n pairs andimpiovemet.
Fassett & Good are removing ihe tenement
from i heir dock properly near the East Pier,
to their lot ou Ihe opposite side of tho beuch
road, where it is lo be tilted up lor dwelling
purposts. ThenewBloro of O. R. Tulllo is
receiving its new stock of goods, aud all is ac
tivity and expectation.
Tub large Hmount of earth to bo disposed
or by tho sloping of ihe Thayer Hill, at Ihe
Harbor is used for filling np the marsh be
twem the hill and Ihe creek, much of whicli
Is nlready covered lo iho depth of four feel. .
A portion of il Is also used ou private account
to grade up the yard ol tho dwelling house on
the north side of the roud, owned by Mr. II.
C. Tomues a substantial part and rail pro.
lection has been erected by Ihe Company,
along Ihe slope, whicli, will preveul mishap
and accidents. ,
What Is Iho matter now t Everybody Is
finding fault with Smitu & Hamilton be
cause they did not locale in Ashtuhul before.
For such mechanics as they, are what we have
long needed. Every body says so, and we be
Smith & Hamilton, Painters, Paper hang
ers, Grainers and Sign writers, can, and do, do
work In their line iu the best possible style, In
the shortest poastbkt time, w ith the finest and
best stock In market, and as yet have lulled to
have fault fouad with their work either oo ac
eoant of time, beauty of finish or price. Shop
on alley in rear of Wm. Clover's shoe store.
THE FOURTH JULY.
A meeting of the several committers clmrtf
ed w ith rairylng nut the programme for tho
4ih, was In i mi Monday evening lo compare
lintcs and nolo llio progress or Ihe pr nitration,
and lake bearings lor pushing on lo comple
tion Iho Villous details nnd depnrlmenls of la
bor and eliort Ibat are lo bring Into one har
monious and successful whole, the iisln ling In
of Ihe great and glorious natal day of Ihe lias
lion. Home Idea may be had of the sc. do of
this undertaking by giving Iho substance ol
the various reports made :
tlunic M. Newberry as chairman of Iho
committee, on music, reported that, beside tho
Ashtabula Hand, wo might cniilidentbdly ex
pert (he Geneva, Lenox aud Orwell Hands,
and possibly, Cob-brook and Cotineaut.
On Finuoikt M. Newberry is also chair
man, and iiilormed the meeting that the order
had been tilled and the woiks were on hand.
The cost does not exceed Ihe amouut appro
priated (1100, including ammunition. The
Booih lot Is lo be the place of exhibition.
On l'rovim'uniMr. Noble gave Ihe number
of the fraternity of Odd Fellows that might
bu expicled as 200, W illi their ladies.
On Fire L'ompanict Chief Engineer Knapp
stated that there might be expected 850, in
On Tablet, Stands, Scat, etc The conclu
sion arrived at Was, Unit Ihe tahhs bo spread
In North Park, and should be 00 feet long 15
of w hich would be required for guests, '1 for
parties biinging (heir baskets of refreshment!'.
Besides these, it was proposed lo have one of
100 led and another of 75 feet, and two short
er inn s upon which to deposit supplh s. Mr.
G. A. Sin eter was authorized lo procure sufll
clout help to assist in Ihe erectiou of these ta
bles, seals, &c.
On Jiarbecue'hlr. Sperry reported the anl.
mills reudy for Ihe sacrifice, aud that the pur
veyor general, will be on hand for tho work
On Date Vallllr. Crosby reported readi
ness for the game, us soon as Ihe grounds were
ready. The Austinburg boys liuye been chal
lenged for ihe strife.
On Dicorution$Nr. Hendry reported that
the Committee on street decorations would
have all things ready. Several arches are lo
span Ihe streets, and flags are to guily and pat
riotically flutter from every point
Jjicuratiuit vf Sptuktr' Stand tilr. Smith al
so slated that nothing would be wanting. So
with Table Decorations. An amount was
suggested for the puichasc of small flags for
Ihe end in view.
On Crockery Mr. Tyler stated that crockery
for 1,000 persons had been pledged. But that
there might be no a lack, the chairman was
iustrucled to visit Cleveland and make a pur
chase of one thousand plates and the same
number of spoons.
It was deli rmine 1 lliat dinner should be
served immediately alter Ihe exercises upon
Another meeting was believed to be desira
ble, and llio adjournment was to Widcusduy
All our citizens have come cheerfully into
the plan of time lebralion, and Ihe evldencis
are, if the elements are propitious, that the
day will be a proud oue lor Ashtabula towu-
ship as well as county.
THE FOURTH JULY. MARINE.
Arrittd June a7th Barne Paragon, Cupt.
M. H. Wright, w ith 11,078 cedar posts, to J.
C. Willii ins lor Icnciug the Mahoning Coal
Arrived Juno 27th steam Bargo Trader,
Capt. W. M. Desmond, w ith 7.343 cedar posts to
J.C. Williams fencing slull'lor Iho Mahoning
Arricid June 27th, Scow LiVy May, Capl
Cadotle, wilh 13,80i cedar Posts, to J. 0. Wil
liams fencing blull'for Mahoning Coal Co.
1 ;!)-J u n 28 tli, Scow Perm White, Capt
Baker, w i ill 18 cords of limestone to II. Hub.
bard &, t o.
Cleared Juno 28lh steam Bargo Tradev
W. M. Desnuiid, muster, lighl.fur Rogers City.
Cltared June UHiu, Barge Paragon, Cupt.
M. II. Wright, light, for Rogers City.
Cleariti J line 20th Scow Lilly May, Capt,
Cadotle, light, for lingers City.
Clmnd July 2d. Scow Perry White, Capt
Baker, for Bull'alo, with 50 u feel of lumber,
consigned to Taylor & Crate.
An ocean race between an American
and English clipper ship has just been heard
from. The American clipper built ship
Young America and Ihe English La Escoccmi
sailed from San Francisco for Livernoo I on
the 27th ol February last, ludcu with wheat.
The Young Ameiicu made the passage in 100
days, and Ihe British antagonist 1'olWwcd
w ilh a passage of 117 days, both vessels had
light winds most of Ihe way. About f 20,000
was wagered iu f?un Fraiicitco, upon Ihe result.
List of cases disposed of siucu last week's
C. B. Clark vs Wm. E. Hulelt. Settled.
II. J.Noyis vs R. Rounds et al. Verdict
Pereis J. Wilberburg vs Celeslia Sumers et
II. Walton vs G. W. Broekway. Continued.
R. H. Chapman vs F. T. Trimmer et al.
J. Gowdey vsS. M Con well et al. Continued.
D. Dunbar vs A. Sutherland. Continued.
N. L. Chulho vs Luther Wilson el al. In
junction allowed und continued.
Chester C. Wright vs Achsah J. Wright.
J. Ballard vaC. B. Brooks. Default.
W. J. Pepper vs V. Wilson cl al. Judg
ment lor plaiutilf.
L. D. Bradley vs W. C. Tutlle. Continued.
C. Loveland ys J. F. Ely. Continued.
Ohio vs Sylvester Brown. Acquitted.
Tub brief prognas of thu Brown murder
trial and lis rulher sudden snd unexpected
termination, seems to have strippod Ihe case
of Its interest, und thu usual term of a nine
day's wonder will hardly be allowed 11. Tho
public ml. ids seem to havo been imbued with
the opinion that tho prisoner was guilty, and
the trial was looked upon as not likely lo
come lo any other result, but to that of con
viction. In this centered what interest was
felt. Tho course of Judge Canfleld, decided,
clear and Independent in bis decisions, has
rather disappointed Iho popular expectation.
Mere circumstantial evidence, and but little of
this strong and direct, has had its legitimate
conclusion and interpretation. In Ibis state
of the case, we do not think that our readers
care to run through the testimony, knowing
that the case has been disposed of, and that
the prisoner has been discharged. We, there
fore, devote our colums to fresher and more
satisfactory reading, than what has become,
by the course of events, rather stale tho ro
llue of testimony.
Millinert. A nice assortment of Corn
well' Self FiUin Fallen, for Ladle sad
Children's garments, can be found at Mrs. B.
H. Mcbjumak'i Millinery stors.
The north rlde road from Geneva lo Ashta
bula is being greatly Improved this season by
graveling. The people along the line are giv
ing labor In excess of tin Ir lanes lo complete
the road lit one", This is Isdolu. No finer
c iiinlry nyt nut of doors than Ihe north ridge
and wheii it Is nicely graveled, it will bo "per
fi-etly splendid" to bowl along alter a 2:40 nag
wlih lair Duh inea al your side, snd enjoy Ihe
beatitilut rural scenes, Iho grow lug crops, ihe
lowing henU, the bubblim; brooks, Ac, Ac.
The rain on Monday last shortened up Ihe
visages of our farmers wonderfully. The oat
crop is mati il illy Injured by Ihe dry weather.
Grass will be very light not more than half
the usual crop. Pastures are short and dairy-
men are buying quantities of bran to keep up
t ie flow of milk. D. R. Garner is shipping In
from Ihe west bran and meal by thu car-load
to accommodate his neighbors.
Abel Geralds has returned from Kansas and
is looking lough lis ever.
A long and tedious law-suit was brought lo
close at Ibis term ol court. R. Hpi iug, of
Geneva, and John Burke have had a little "on-
pleiisantni t-s'' lor the past seven years. Ver
dict for Spiing, lor U53 1)0, and Ihe C ist of
hree or four trials. Caleb Is glad he has not
the costs to pay.
Much indignation Is felt over the r suit of
tho Brown trial. While all adiiiil the evidence
to convict w as purely circumstantial and some
what vague, yt Inking nil tho circumstances
Into account ihe lime, (he place, the person
of Ihe deceased, lur obeciir'ny, the life Insur
ance policy, the luct of ihe note Incoming due
for the payment of the Insurance in a lew days
and his reputed bad character, make to ordina
ry minds a chain of circumstances that looks
as though a fearful tragedy had hi en enacted
in our midst, and the criminal lias gone un-
wbipt of Justice. If such is lo be the result of
criminal Irialajiereafier in this county, all one
has lo do is lo wear a bold face, employ Ihe
best legal talent, gel a jury ol ignoramuses,
who never read ihe papers, and he may com
mit the deepest Climes with impunity.
Everybody, wife and babies ore making cal
culations lo celebrate Ihe glorious fourth at
Ashtabula, and are leckoning a good deal up
on a lusle of oxen rousted wilh the horns on.
Moses Wright hns the job of building the
school house in district No. 23. Price $1,070,
Dea. Peter Chamberlain is makin teu 45 lbs,
cheeses per day at the station factory.
Isaac Flint lias returned from Old England.
Grasshopper ure very thick and IhreMcn lo
Editor Ithgniph Within the past week we
have been favored with some very refreshing
showers ; they have wonderfully improved the
appearance of nature, and gludened Ihe hearts
of the people. Our village is so Well supplied
wilh shade trees that it presents a very beauti
ful and inviting appearance in summer, espe
cially after a good shower of rain. When the
dust is laid and the rich foliage of the maples
is well washed, It is a real pleasure lo walk in
our shaded Btn els. I sometimes wonder how
many of our citizens realize Ihe beauty which
exists around them I I think we havo about
as pleasant a village as there is on (lie Western
Reserve. This, together wilh its other advan
tages, offers extra inducement to people to lo
cate here. At some future lime I may treat
more definitely of ihe points of local interest
and ol the several advantages which this place
Last Wedensday evening, the Methodist had
a strawberry festival at the Town Hall. . Up
wards of fifty couples sat down to Iho tables.
This is not a large number, but there appeared
to be a good dial of kind, social feeling, and
all seemed to enjoy il. Il was gotten up ft r Ihe
purpose of raising money lo pay for some re
pairs inside of the meeting house. Ou account
of tliesu repairs there wus no service at Hint
church last Sunday. Many of the Methodists
attended tho Congregational house, and thus
made quite a lull congregation. I could not
help thinking how much better it would be
for the professing Christians of this place to
unitu nnd form one church have one meeting
house, put llieir strength together und pay one
man a good salary to ptvach to Ihcni how
much better It would be pecuniary and spiritually,
and what advantages il would give
them for doing good t
It is a settled principle that in union there
strength divisions weaken any cause. This
piinciplo is recognized in oilier departments
of life, and why should it not he so in the
of Ihe old man, who, when ho was going to
die, called his sons around him, and wishing
lo impress upon Ibelr minds Ihe importance of
being united, ho showed III m a bundle
rods, and pointed out how readily they might
snap them assunder, separated, but how diffi
cult il was to break the whole together. Il
said of Napoleon Boneparle that Ihe great se
cret of his success In bis campaigns was bis
kei ping his forces united. He did not, like
Ids opposing generals, scatter his army into
different divisious, but concentrated it upon
one point till he had annihilated il, and then
moved on lo another. Tho children of this
world are wiser in Ibelr generation than (he
children of light. Not until (ha nightmare ol
sectarianism is lilted w ill the church rise in
one united, irresistablo force.
Mr. L. B. Woolever has bought an Interest
In ihe flouring mill iu this village. The probability
is that he and Ids partner, Mr. Clark,
w ill put In a steam engine soon. The well
known business capacities and llio indomitable
energy and pel severance of Mr. Woolever ful
ly Justify lis in expecting great changes in Ibis
department. They have rented the capacious
cheese bouse of Messrs Case & Pierce und are
putting in grain and feed. Last week they
put In one car load of bran, and expect to put
iu corn aud our soon. They intend to be able
to supply this section wilh what flour und feed
is needed for man and beast.
Last week, Mr. Robt. Mitchell, who former
ly owned aud kept the hotel hero, was killed
by the cars ou Ihe Lake Shore railroad. The
particulars I an. not able to state.
Our billiard room Is In full blast it may
the novelty of Ihe thing gives It extra attrac
tions. Somo of our very indulgent fathers
have requested Iho proprietor lo let their under-age
boys play. Does the law make any
provisions for Ibis does it allow minors to be
present even In Ihe room, while others play
Il seems to me Ihe fund indulgence of parents
sometimes manifests Itself very nuwisely.
Would il not be belter for them to iry and for
tify Ihe minds of their children against indul
gence in senseless pastimes t They will run
such things soon enough without any encour
agement from home.
The long and trying silence of Henry Ward
Beecher In reference lo (he stories of Madam
Woodhull, has at length been broken. In
Kttcr lo tho Brooklyn Duily Eayli, he makes
a clean, square denial of Ihe charges. They
are grossly untrue, he says, and utterly false
particular and in general. U give Mrs.
Woodhull, and any other persons who bays
letters of bis. full permission to publish them.
have Just enjoyed such rsln as hns
sslu d U.e if out of every eounti nmice.
Indeed, Ihe far nt every mnn yon tnc I Us
frond as Holland dun lnnnu's, and his sinilis
as lilicllousas (hose of Itio Vsn Winkle In
his palmiest days. I think the Inhabitants of
Ihe Ridge, even, may now rejoice.
Crops are looking fine. New meadows will
yield abundantly; oil ones have suffered Con
siderably from the drought. Fscts such as
this should li-nch lunncrs Ihe mcessity of fre-
qui silly re seeding. Corn is still niiail, bnl I.
ing in Ihe field, July ami August will iiisute a
crop. The Colorado Is working lo some ex
tent, bill I think its prcsem e U not'ge ni-ral.
Business Is luifk nnd animate I. The ib-liv-
ry of stone Irom Win. rsor al the R. It. 1
employing a ininil.er ol men and lean.. Tuose
Inexhaustible qusriits inust I! opened up lo
the world. I send you herew ith a programme
of the close of the Itis'lmt -. Tho ex-icists
were pleasant Ihronghot.l, and Ihe adilr- of
Rev. A. D. .Motion (,f your plate, vi ry instruc
tive. "Job" was handled w ill, out gloves, on
Monday evening puceidiug Ciu.uituuinuul,
by Dr. Eames.
Wilh all tho ixperio.cis of "roughing" il In
this life, und having II..- ere and anxieties In
cident lo anything like a business li;e, how
refreshing to now and then turn aside and
shake off (lie trammel uulieud, te.ke a great,
long breath mid almost be a "boy again."
Many such occasions as the follow ing arc
rached only via I Lose div.r-lng aud imlilig
On Ihe evening of the 25th, under Hie mis
pices of the Preshyd rian church and soeh IV,
a Strawberry and Ice Cream Feslhal was h Id
al the County Infirmary, where "mine host,''
Mr. E. M. Curtis, wilh bis lady, greeted each
and all with thai cordiality w liich, with the
spacious rooms, beautiful evening aud murked
Social character of the 100 or so present con
nected wilh Ihe palate-tickling propensities of
the rclroliimuts, so admirably gotten up by
ihe proper committee, made every one a Iruly
happy contributor to the monetary depart
ment which on such decisions is an cv. r dc
sirablu end lo be attained. The grounds were
lighted, and every ouu was smiling audibly
because the other w as laughing outrageously.
R iceipts were uil one could iik.
In addition to some 80 or more persons
buying united some weeks since with the Pres
byterian church us Iruits of the w ork of grace
last spring, the ordinance of baptism by im
mersion was administered by Rev. Mr. Hick, k
to nine more, lust Sabbath. There husbem
many additions to the other churches ulso, of
such, we trust, as shall be saved.
The Board of education have closed w ith
the terms proposed by Mr. ,T. P. Treat of Ge
neva, thus sealing hint as principal id' Kings-
ville High School for the coming year. First
term probably comuiencim; along in August.
The public may rest assured that the higlnst
and best interes's of the school will be pro
moted. The young people are keeping up their pray
er meetings weekly. Yes, amid all the mirth
and gaLly incident, they do not lorget lu w hat
end they were born their relations lo Him,
aud thai the dieting aud truusilory things of
this lite, point lo the "building, not made w ith
hands." Tin y meet regularly, changing con
ductors from meeting lo meeting each one
uppolntiug bis successor. Lust evening there
was another union meeting und the exorcists
were churuclerizeJ by a truly devotional spirit.
The 80: king ruins of the pusl few days have
revived the hopes of the most despondent, und
though the corn thit 4th of July will not gen
erally be "knee hf.;b," yet, al the close of Ihe
season if the J ield of crop is as great, they
should mil murmur. We presume some wi.l
bo very m ieii alarm.'d now lest thu crop
should be to abundant thai it Would be low
not "bring anything." What complaining
souls we ure t
Mr. A. B. Luce has been for the past few
days confined to his bouse by sickness of a
billious nature, but we hope soon to see bun
moving w ilh his accustomed vigor.
Mr. Cyrus King is now prostrated by one of
the many attacks he is subject to ofa rheumat
ic character. Let us hope to see in in ulso very
July 1st, 1873.
LlMt of Patent lentied from Hie United States
patent Olftcu Iu Ualil luvc-lllurs. fur the wei-k euu
in?; Juue 24, 1173, aud escl. bvHmu- that ilulu. lur
uUlied UiU p.iui-r by Cux & Cox, buliclluis ol' i'ut uuis
Wasuiuuluu. U. It.
Machine for Bonding Sheet Metal Ware
Charles E. Mareliand, Alliance.
Priniinir and Dial Telegtaph and Circuit
then ot Hiram D. Rogers, Cincinnati.
Hubs lor Vehiclts Geo. L. Rouse, Cincin
nati. Nut and Washer Machine Wm. R. W iibur
Horse Power Joseph D. Milbonru, Mil
port. Automatic Built r Feeder Regulator
Burt Butler, Geneva.
Waieh Cusi John C. Deuber, Cincinnati.
Spring lor Vehicles Peler Pelill, Cleve
land. Eclectic Auniincialor Geo. W. Shawk,
Eur Cover M. Ivin Stone, Vermilion.
Pigeon Trap Nalhnii B. Tyley, Warren.
Automatic Cradle Win. V. Vuu Devot, and
Rohl. B. Walker, Autioch.
Coupling Tubular Lightning Rods James
11. tsion, Cinciniialli.
ASHTABULA, July 5th, 1873.
Dealers pay tue fullowiag J't.cr.
Wiisat No. 1 Whit f I 76 lo 180
no No. 1 Itvd lOuioltU
Coita Nlicllrd 6-J
in J ti die esr 2".
Oath, md 4S to 45
C'llKKHIS Ulo 10
Diiiku Aeei.Eo 4Si
l.Aiin , 10 to 14
Knu 14 to IS
I'llTATOKS SO IO ll
Oork Mbai. per ton M 110
('mii't'Eii Pkbd Corn and oats vtl no
Wool. 40 to 4.1
To Consumptives, Tho ndrertlner, having been
perinsDeutly caiod or I list dread dlse&se, Cunnunrptlon,
by a simple remedy. Is anxlo.is to make kaowu obis
fellow sufferer tlio mesas of care. To all who deslrs
It, hn will send s copy of lbs prescription nscd, (free of
charge,) with the directions for prepsrins and mine tho
uine, which they will find a sur Car for Coiuumpion,
Atlhma, Bronchti Al,
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
lltSS-y Hot. EDWARD A. WILSON,
106 Penn Street. Wllliamtbnrvb, N. Y.
We Claim tbat Hiss Sawysb'i Salvs Is entirely
dllTureat from alt others.
That there are a great imay (food Falres offered
for sale but none so good as Miss Sawyer's Sslr.
That erery family should have a box.
That It will do all arid area more than It Is recomend
ed to do.
Put ap la boxes at 50 cents each. Bold by all Drug
Wantxd A boy some lTorlSjear old, as so sp-
prwutlcp st this offlp.
In Geneva, June 5, by Ifev. A. O. Tibblts, Mr. As
tudr K. MiTtutuoa and Miss Deixa K. Uaht, sit of
In Wwl Andovrr. June ISth. by By . H. W Prm'r
Mr. MenbtA. I iwissad HusIba 8. Kislit. both
of Wast ADdwrei. '(
In Connesnt. June f?na. by Rev. I. R.Spenoer, Mr
a. A. Km, of OooneauJ, sad Mis Hat poxir, o,
THE CLOTHIER !
'Go arid See Business.
Jail spsnd a few aitnuts la looking Ibruugk lit
ELEGANT STOCK OF HK-VS. EOVU' Sid
CIlILfJllKN 8 CLOTII1JTO, st L'HOJIVIED'EU'S
8IGX OF THE JUG HAT!
Look throuyh their Splendid &tjt:k of
The HAT aud CAP iJepartmtut in
Cvtiijhte. m Prices Uelotc any
otfter house in the trade.
N. D. Now bey you Clothlcg, fists snd C'sps,
snd Furnishing Goods of 3. E. L'HOMMEDIEC
and you will cave from $5 to $10 on every salt, snd
you will get good, substantial goods, snd no shoddy.
DRUCE'9 BLOCK, Adjoining Tombes Bro.'s
Grocery House, ASQTABL'LA OHIO.
J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU.
Sign of the Big Hut.
Now Opening at
COLOKED DAMASKS, CRASHES
FAXCY TOWELS, iu great variety,
PEQUES, SWISS, MUSLINS,
nAIR CORD X.VXISOOKS
SHIRT FROXTS and IRISH LIXEX3,
SPRIXG CASSIMERES and
LADIES' CLOTHS, for Boys' Suits.
PURE MOHAIRS iu stripes Mr Suits
Alio, Plaiu Grey Mixtures,
Very Uandsome Goods In
SILK and WOOL MIXTURES
SILK & WOOL ROLL POPLIX3
Iu new Shades
Wu as.k especial attention to these Goods
W1XDOW SHADES & FIXTURES
SHAWLS.-Dou'l fall to look at our Shawl
SPRING UNDERWEAR for ladies & gents.
WAMSUTTA WHITE SHIRTS
CASHMERE FOR TALMAS
and Trimmings in great variety
BLACK CASHMERES for Talmas or Burks
BLACK SILK FRINGES. AND TRIM
MINGS, GUIPURE LACES, fco
W am newly storked with all kinds of
DOMESTICS, JEANS. COTTOXADES,
DEN IMS, TICKS, FANCY SHEETINGS., c
CARPET WARPS! If ron are going to
make a Carpet tee that you dnu'l buy a course
warp wli ieli you never can use.
BLACK DOTTED LACES VEILS. REAL,
THREAD, VALENTINES, & LIMER1C
We have a full stock of CROCKERY width
with all our stork will bs oU'ered al Uie veiy
closes! e.nli pricts.
tVJrockciy aud heavy bundles delivered if
E. II. GILKEY.
AbUtsbula, April 2L 1873. .... l19
H. COWELL & CO.,
tlav tb ?ni!f for th rslcbratsd
For tlio purpoa of telling whether
your watchman does his duty or
not. Our movement is the
and every maclilD I
wn r r cvrat o Ct
In rory rpct.
PRICE - - - $75
Send for rtimlsr
II. COW ELL & CO.,
127 J(lc ftrrrt
COMFLKTE HOOK STORE.
Ingham, Clarke & Co.,
S'.'Trmi l houtai d choice volumes iu svery brauck of
SCSbAY Sell iwL B.JOKJ -
Twenty thous!in volumes of good books sxLtCTta
run ths reurosr.
A full wrlety.
KverytUii nc'l 11 common prsctlc.
ML'SIU BOOKH -
For the C'liolr, CoiiKn:ifntlotil, Y. M. C. A-. and
new Church music.
8. a. .Mlsii.-
V bay editions of all tho njvv ones.
Kvi.'rythlng u-cd In Northern Ohio. Lusters sup
plied st Hholesule rate.
An eatermvc sssor lueiit.
All kinds st whol'.fial.i sud rvthil.
Of every description.
For any book pualinhed, uddrrst
Ingham, Clarke & Co.,
S17!Uyerior Ht., CLLVLLAND. O.
BEAK IN MIND
tin ' f.
WE FIATS T1IC
LAKUtsT "TOCK. set!
a r LOWER PRICE
than say other liouBe Id the West.
A. S. HEIiEN'HON &. CO.,
114ft 110 Bank Street.
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