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in had entirely forgotten bow t talk
Kimxmmu Thi-j nly ia mem Wed their
prayers, Me they Mid them roue-It belter
ttan we could.. The law are very atria
in Khiva. And every day eomesodj i
hanged or lias bis bead cut off. II one
man comiilaina against his debtor, and
the debt la proved, the man ia hanged it
he deniea it,fcnt it it ia not provtd, and
the man does not eon fee whea tori u red,
then the creditor ia hanged. Whea a
man is found with a woman both are ex-KjnUd-
VT shears were ia nopes f beisjr, re
Itafted, and whea we heard of the advance
, of the KuKsians, we ihnaghi that now
oor time was corce. TV'hea the Khar
knew that the Russians were leading an
army against bim he wanted to give in
uV onoe, out the Divan Scgees would
not let bim. They 6rt senttHie embassy
to Constantinople,. Mid then one to India.
Really it is to the English that we owe
our release, and we are very graeful to
them. The Queen of Knglund sai4 to
trie Koi van ambaasador "Tell your Kl.aa
tbat he himself is t blame, and that 1
oannot help hira. First let him release
the Russian prisoners and then the 80,
000 Persian slave he has, an then per
haps I can do something. But lie must
do this first." (I have reason to consider
thispftia f BurnaalieffV story apocry
phal.) The embassy came biek, and with
in. five daya we were all released. The
Kbaa-seuk t every man a .new khalat,
but we woald not believe our good luck
till we had reached here. We always
thought there was a trick in it. We
came up the east side of the Aral Sen,
uloae U the sea, and ho did not meet the
expedition. We were treated well
enough, but for ten dnyH we had no wa
ter but melted snow. We were thirty
days on- the mad;.
Khiva is a very poor country, and fruit
and even grain in brought from Bokhara.
Twiee, when the harvests were bud, the
prices were very high, and man) piople
died. The cily is very dirty nnd uupWs
ant. All the nouses were email nnd ot
inu.iaiid the streets are very narrow.
The Russian army will tiike the city at
onco.. The walls are only ot mud aad
very thin; you can dig holes in them
with your hand. There are a few old
eaanon,. but very bad, and the Khivans
do not know how te ase them. Not
long ago Ihey tilled one full of powder,
and it burst and killed twenty hve men.
They are not on the walls, bit in front
of the Khan's palace. There is no regit
lor army, but people are hired by the
month at tea lillulis apiece. (Some h ive
swords, some axes or. spears, and some
matchlocks. They will inn iiway at
ASHT AUL'LA, OHIO.
Saturday Morning, August 2, 1873.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Govnutoa-Gcn. KDWAHI..F. NOYK8.
Lt. Govibhiib ALPIIONrH) HAIIT.
BinutB Juimjb-WILLIAM WHITE, hum term.
BurniM Judob-W ALTER F. STONE, short term.
Thbasubbb IHAAC WELSH.
Attorney Gbnebal JOHN LITTLE.
COMPTROLLBB Ut THEASIBT- WILLIAM T. W I .SON.
Uoabdov Public Wohbs P. HKHZINO.
Fo fintnirr. The frtendt of Mr. I). L. nT. or
Beybrook propose to bring hit nam a before the connly
convention, aa s candidate for ihn office of Sheriff,
trastlng that hie acqiuititanoe and standing In Ihe
county la tucb aa to secure fur hiui the favorable con-
the Republicans of Ashtabula county to nominate
candidate! for the several placet to he Oiled, the name
of 8 J. Maealiighara will be presented aa anltable can
WILLIAMSPIELD, O., August 1873.
70 UtJtrpubllatn Votrn qf Athtubula Coui.-We,
the nnderalgned Republican voters ot Wltllamellckl, re
membering that no eltlaen of our townahlp haa held a
eonnty omce for thirty yeart or more, respectfully an-
B mnea Ihe nam of Geo. W. Bckwlth,,Eaq., one of our
citizens, aa candidate for the office of County treasu
rer subject to the decision of of the forthcoming Coun
From U beginning Mr. Btckw'.th ha been a stbaiout
At a cltlten, bit fellow townsmen have recently ex
pressed their rnnlldenco In bim as a' public servant,
while aa soldier, bla enlisting for throe yuara at th
beglnlng of the war, and theu his ra-cullatment as t
veteran volunteer and aeivlng without suuuluis
TBAr until bonoiably discharged, make a good war
Itmay npt.be Improper to add U.si be haa been en
gaged In mercantile pursuits until the recent destruc
tion of his store and goods by fl:e.
ttsvliur full confidence In the alHIIty and Integrity of
our candidate, we respectfully solicit your co-operation
In any spatvable manner which your good Judgment
may dictate, lu securing bis nomination and elcttlou
Cas. H. Sraaiiora
N. K. Sooviixa
Itsxai P. Duel
V H. I.enxAHU
Sanaa tea B. NotTa
Nathan I) Koaaa
jANte II. PlIFI I
i. M. Ill LL
J A OB III H
Ai.i.sh l unii
O. A. Hsi.khai-,
and seven ly-stioiher Rupub'.tcau voters of Williams.
The Rrpubllcan voters of AuUbul County are here
by uotlBed tbat the Kepubllivu Nominating uonveutlun
for lbs County will meet in the Court House at Jvfltr
loo, at 11 o'clock, a. . on
Monday. Hsi-tsnbbb let, ISIS.
The rlnuwf Molluj. will be held at thnul placet
of holding eleetlons In Ihe seveml tnwuahlis. ou thtt-
Br4y afternoon precudlug Auust h butweeu the
hoars of three and tve, and not to silj.nirn n lit tl Ave,
Whea Itiev will eleet by ballot, ono hundred and all del
cvalae to said CoBventloB, on t haele of one 'or each
arty Vote gives for Wicsoff for becrelary.- of Wale In
October Iset, and one for each Ir tctloB of lwutr ave or
a e-, apportioned to the stverul uiwnsblps et .'o Hows s
Co a 4ut
leuuierk. .. ..
llrpuraneld. . .
Kw Lyme ..
TU eendldetee to be num',uatl at the cou nty con
For Beptasesitatlve. Treesveti Andltnr. Sheriff.
rioeerB ting Attorney, CtimmlMlun.r, luflrmurj lilitct
tor, Cosnly Ssrvsyor, and Coionur.
, W. tt. Mow'ixs c a riiare.
a. A, ItoejTBWAi, W. p. h..f i ,o,
W. r. (VSvera, JANka Ul.
r;i. CodUj CeuioUt-'ea.
PfTlie Oeodrtch.murdrr In Uronklt n N.
T. b ailll a tfotl uury, ' iulUUaliaiJiiig
the couft-BAlou of itiite SioiUiud. Tu p,uctt
k D9btm bO be stlllafied UU hep alBHrtat-ut,
but are aoxlous to aeeur tU Spanlanl Hot
cue, who la. believed to have beea aa aa
compllce. Lueette Myrt-t, as slated, aaya
tlMtt pari of Kate's lUtement U falae, for while
Kate claims to have kl'led hll. Thursday
nmrping spd suld wlib the body all day and
night, Ita waa nlly with her, (Lueette) all
that aUrrtuHxt and evening. It seems sirsoge
that ihe ooBfeaniocA of tuundtrrra aLould bi
duulited, but tba espcrlenooa lu Ue Kailntv
caMprova tba tUey are not always rll
tie. , tl . ,
JfJIIng Keltbgo; bs absjirT.Hwd her conv
lemplated visit t Eaeland, and she Is at pre,
ent at bet country feat at Cold Ppriog, on tbe
tjT The Grind Duka Alexis has ahnnst
ronchidrd hit trip sround the world. He was
expected to reach Kalhaiintburg, Bibrra, on
the 10th Inst.
IWAima Dickinson, It is spsln stated, will
appear on the stage next rail. ho makes her
Vfref In an adoption by C. W. Tsylcure or
"The Scarfcl Letter."
taTThe Appointment Committee ha the
Ohio Constitutional Convention has reported
favor or adopting the cumulative system
or votingat Slate elections, aa now practiced
lyTwenty-two C'lilnrse filnalcs, brought
by steamer from Hong Kong, wece soM st
public auction on the 20lh Inst. In Ban Fran
cisco. The young girls brought as high as
$450ftcli. The middle aged and old women
from 200 to $100 caclu
tyA memorlnl ongnn has been given the
church or Gambler, by Bishop and Mrs. Be
dell, and is being placed in position. It is
from the manufactory or the buililir ol the
Cincinnati musical festival orgm, and Is there
fore, aa Ohio asnntifacltire.
XW Nancy and Verdun are- now the- only
plnccs in France held by the Germans, Mez
ieres and Cliarleville having been evacuated
n tbe 24tli lust. Nancy will be held fur a
few dnys longer, after wllicfs the Oermtin
troops will maintain a form til stand at Verdun
until the 5th of September.
fJfThe Republicans of Iroqtiuls County, in
III. have concluded not to hold a party con
vention'. A general convention of aU voters
without distinction of party lins been calh d to
nominate a ticket for county officers. This
has something Hie appearance tr Hmindoninent
fun the pnsent, at least, of tlir Convention
system, if not of parry nominations.
t2T Des Moines sends word that Iowa
gritin and cattle dealers are sutuling their ship
ments custwnrd by tin? way of St. Louis in
slund of Cliliwmi since Hie inau tui atlim of the
Illinois Kaili'imd ttkW. This kimlles it hope
In St. Louis that she m ty command Mils luule
herciifu-r, and that to the end ehe will bvaCr
herself lo make couneKliti between the North
SIlsHottrt Ilond and railways oC Iowa.
tlTTbe nnli Butler nmvenient initialed by
Hoar, John M. Forties, W. W. Uic, nnd Es
tes Howe have been followed ly a significant
article in the Boston Jdotrtvcr. N'mtc of the
Buxton newspapers have yt-t declared that
they would "boll" if Butler were nominated,
but the AOhcrtur.r, nfli r characterizing Uuller
and his supporters, us ".oli'ical bnnilitli," re
marks gravely, that "ull piitiies itru to tuku a
tSTTho correspondence between Hie Post
office Department and Ureal Briilan, w ith a
view to olitMiali an exchange of postal cards
at a lw rule of yimt.ige has cIoswiIl. The
Urilish auVbuiilli-4 ileelinu tbit proposition on
the ground Unit they nru opposed to any low
er rat- if postage than Unit nowpnUlon let
ters. The proposition of the United Hi ales
w is to have an excltangu ol postal cards by
a Idilion ol'onc C'tii poslagH, the bamn hs we
now have w ith Cuuatfci.
tTTlie Olli iu4. wits lh thy at Vienna for
a univt rstil expotiition of the mow ing nnd reap
ing machines on show lint", hut it vim prac
tically an American exhibition. The, Ejiylit.li
and French manufacturers declined to stand
the test of compurieon with Ihe niikce ma
c dues, so that the Americans lirtd but four
European competitor. Livery lulutr tlsat slu
pidily and luck of loriik'ht could do seuuis
to havr been done by llio manager to prevent
a sitlislaclory trial; but, ilt-Kpiio these draw
backs, tuu exWtbitdou is said to have been very
tWVIclor Emanuel has been gicsfl'y dis
quieted by the irtininia ol the French prleits
against his treatment ol the Papal Hee. They
are exciting an ayltuiion, to hold ihe ffrencli
MluisUT on his departure from Home, which
is lufucllng the whole of clerical Europo. If
they are not suppressed, hu will turn for
relief, to 1'riKsia, which allows the cleric no
quarter, sml ally bis fortune, with hers. This
be significantly remiuds MncMuhon, might re
suit lu losses ot men, money, and territory
more terciule than those of 1870.
tJTThe Providence Journal says the sen
tliuuut in Hhode IhIiiikI ugaliiHt removing the
lituded quitliliciitloii 'he iiHlurallzed volet h, Is
almost uuuuliuous, among Democrat an well
at among Republicans, and tlmt every elfort
to remove It lias only lelt il similiter than be
fore, i Its eat'ct upon the immigiant populn
tion has been excelhttl, lar.e nilinbers ot
them having put chased liomeslcatlx. which
have not only been gooil Invistmenls in a pe
cuniary point of view, but have also given
their owners a po-ltion Hud iiuportitncu
whlclt. they could have obtained lu no other
jaririho Intenlloiiftof ttio Canadian Gov
ern nun t may be gathered from Ihe utterances
or the official press, there will bo no further
Investigation ef the Canadian Pacific Rrilway
acaudul during this session of Parliament,
and that body will be prorogued in time to
prevent any debate on the subject. This pol
icy Is in noticeable contrast wlib tbe proles
tlou of the Cabinet thai Ihey lativo been fotily
slanderd, and yearn f r nothing so much as
opportunity to meet their accusers.
t3T At last accounts hundreds eT men
were in pursuit ol ihe Iowa railroad robbers,
who are hurrying; as rapidly as their blood
ad hoi ten will bear litem buck to Missouri,
whence they ciime. There seems llttUi doubt
that they are veritable Missouri bushwhack
ers. As Ihe officers lu pursuit hail got bo-'
ween them and Ihelr jiluce of refuse, iiih til)
lie Intervening country was ahurmexL lUtlr
capture was reasonably hoped, lor. A re
ward of f 500 each bus been tillered by the
Oovernor of Iowa for their appreliensbnw
BumtMit aru his Wivks BriKbam Yotlug
Is reported to have expressed, himself as fol
lows in one ot his tec. nt "sermons" in Salt
Lake C'llyt "l wlslt nty womeu to uiulerNtatid
what 1 am a going Ut say is for Ilium ss well
as others, stul 1 want those wUo- ane here to
tell thelrsssU'U,yva, all lbs womeu lu ihe
community,! singulis, w give you from this
time till the 8th oroeiuber next fur ri Beetion,
Ibal you may determine whether you wish t
stay with your busbaud or not, and then I am
a golug to sel every woman H liberty, ami say
ta tluui Slow, go your way.' A.ud my vxivis
havege do one cftw Uiyigs.elihet snunct
up their shoulill lo vuiUae luo uUUcllont uf
this world, and live then svrlgliMi thai is pu
ly gamy or Ihty musll save; fos 1 w lit uol ha.ve
them about me, I Will set you aU at Ubeity.
WUst Brat wife, too T Yes.Dbeliate yot slU I
, wsjui lit s;u sumawaerw er Jo toau Uilutf to get
rid ef lae wbluers. I Junol waat litem te
receive parts tin truth and spurn the nmt out
or doors. Let evesy man thulNal his wives:
kerpbig ralmi M enoagb to eovts- aisj body,
and say to your wurrsv tske all tltal I have
anda) set at llb. ny ; but If you stay w lrii me
you-shall otmiiiUy with the H ..fUodm eve
ry respect, ana, llist too, wltlunM ny Buismtut'
log or wliHilngi You bumm I u till the liww of
Ud in every tespvtv at s..uite un your
miuiuerw iu weia up us suv oaara w atweuaui
tiyNo white man a as ever btm banged for
tbe morder of an Indian. James Pickett, or
Idalo, it the first man ever sentenced to death
for tbat crime, and, as tree Attorney Qenernl
declined to recommend him for pardbn, be
waa, we suppose, executed on the 24th ult.
tVSunday liquor selling bos been for
bidden In Cleveland by an ordiuauce which
went Into effect on Sunday last A meeting
of saloon-keepers was held on Saturday eve
ning.and it was determined to bide tbe law un
til taey had tested II in the couits. Tbe en
forcement or tbe law was thorough, and suc
cessful. The tew saloou-kcepers who attempt
ed to sell were promptly arrested, and Cleve
land bad a quiet Sunday.
Ohio Sbnatoicship. An attempt t bns been
made lo dreg the Senatorial guestioit lull Ihe
pending cauvaasln Ohio, but it haa been gen
erally re bhked in Rprrbflcan circles. Gov
ernor Noyes, In a letter to the Cincinnati
"Tbe question ato win shall be Hie next
Uuitcd States Senator from Ohio, ia nee
Ibe Republicans eauy (be tbe Slate this fall,
ought to be carefully excluded from consider
ation In tbe political cumpalgn pending. . As
my name has been mentioned in connection
with the office of Senator, I desire to say that
no man wilf be asked by me, or with my con
sent, during the sppsoachlng canvass. Let as
pirants (or Senatorial honors, and all others
who desire the success or the Republican par
ty, work together Tor the election of our ticket,
leaving an unpledged Legislature free to make
its owa selection If the best men of the par
ty men who cannot be used for pensounl
ends are every wbeie uomiuaicd, by the He
publicans, there can be no doubl as to the re
Last ok tbb Alabama Difficulty. The
eud of the Alabama problem has at Inst come
arrangement butting been mmrfSir tbe pay
meet of the indemnity. Tho London Economist
of July 13, explains that the matter has been
managed with unexpected facility, and that,
though the whole amount has not yet been
transferred to American keeping, the greater
purl of the award has beun paid In our own
acceptances that is to sy, In due twenty-five
binds. "Nothing," says the EtonomUt, "can
be better than paying tho American Govern
ment in its own due acceptances, and nothing
more certain than that It will pty them at net-
lurlty." iYrliaps 'he United StAt on jht tofcul
obliged t Ihe EtonomUt for the compliment
conveyed in the last clause of the senteucti
quoted. At any nil-, both nations would, ac
cept with satisfaction tho completion of this
long litigation, which hits cost iu diplomacy a
won! lor every dollar that will be paid. T'ie
actual settlement of the bill sets at rest the
last lingering ibxibt audi relegates the Uisa-
agreeable subject to the waste box of worn-out
Piois FltKB Tuauk. The World, which
hales the tariff ut least as much as It love
Christianity, bases a .funny argument for free
trade npoo alleged "Tariff discriminations
against Christianity." The IKeWtf says: "Those
jotm -sticks and Joss-lighls wherewith the-'lsva'
then Chinee testifies bis benighted scuse 'of all
those nets which Deity supreme JoJh ease
its heart of love in, are admitted free of duty
by special act of Congress; but sacramenlnl
wine of necessary use, among all denomina
tions of Christians, is taxed from 25 cents to
$3 and 4 per gallon. A statue of Jubiler for
urnnmenli'ig a heathen symposium of science
may come in free; but n marble nllnr piece
must piy 60 per cent.
Tom Payne's bones might return untaxed ;
but Bishop Mcllvnlne's coffin was liable to a
duty of 85 per cent. Under the circumstances,
the movement to put Ood Into the Constitu
tion is virtually a movement to eliminate pa
ganism Irom Ihe tariff, and as such lias our
The Elective Judiciary.
A loading member ol the Ohio Constitu
tional Convention lately said that, while he re
garded the principle ol an elective judiciary as
fatally false, he did not dare, in the Convention
to propose to abandon It. "Our judges have not
yel been demoralized," he said, "and every
demagogue iu the Slate would be howling at
me us no aristocrat who wanted to take away
p:iwi r from the people." Ohio papers, are be
ginning to force the question upon the Con
vention. Tbe Cincinnati Ontttte stuns up its
lijenlioiis, in thirehiolivd sys tent thus:
"Il has not kept up ihu character of the
Ohio judiciary. The good Jtlilges cannot re
deem Ihu sysli.ni irom the poor. Il has done
Its worst with us. but is continually growing
worse. New political Institutions generally
start out wiih high resolves, which In Hie be
ginning rill tin in wiih good ofiloers. The tie
baement to the common level comes by de
gree. The nomination or t Union ot'ajudgo
is not nw regarded by lawyers nor by any
Inlelligi nl persons tin an evidence of Jm'k ial
tit nes. Tlie judicial office Is by degrees settling
down to the level of small lawyer who supple
ments bis small legal c.ipiiclty by being a small
political!. Uespeot for the juiliciury is ou the
decline. Judg are more and more looking to
poMilar lulluences in their sets. Judicial de
cisions are losing more and more the weight of
that learning which may give an approach lo.
exactness and certainly, anil are taking on the
character of a Irta) ol chances, lo be repeated
through the courts of tiilferent degrees."
List of Palenta lf"ind from Ihe United States
r talent Otllco hi Ulilo Invt-nroes, for Ihe wwlc end
UK July a, IM?a, and each henrlBir tliel dale, lur
nlahnl l Ida piipir by Cox Cox, 8olicllMa el i'at eutt
WaablsaduH. D. fi.
Egg-Carrier Q. M. Huston, Zanesvllle. 3
pa ten is.
Chain Marhtne T. Leonard. Clevctamt.
Device for I'levrnting Cows from Kicking
II. J. Handler, ami N. Hpcnccr, Mecca.
Letter File and Blu.ler-E. Buell aud J. W.
Pump C. D. Halhbnne, Bepre.
S.d Planter J. W. Shaff. ry, Bremen.
Hewing MachinH J. A. Smith, Columbus.
H.iwi Uaeblne II. M. Hlowe, Milan.
I Mechanical Movement J. Dangler, Cincln
nail. , Knilllng Machine--H. V Esslck, Alliance.
Drop Illinium J.C. MeWeorg-, Belluir.
Porilollo C. W. Parnwr, Uevelnctl.
Grave Uusrd A. Itank. Salem.
Spoke Polishing Machine O. D. Bouse.
UE FALL TEltM
Geneva Normal School,
ortas TV'KsiMr, avoust ltnb,
I'ncliir the dlrei'tlun of 1'n.f L. V. DODOS, Isle Boprr
luteuiU'Ut or I'kIiIIo hcliiMils In Wooalrp, Ohei. IHb
lie ut aosav hate etieitilule a cnurM, r 1iimiph..iiimi n-t
will lrv lUani lu enter Collcve oj St lbn rnwrly
hsaeeeme til or any el Ida relative nl lite, and at as
small a eoal we tnlleve, aa any ullmr luarliiuUm In the
land, tiixal Ixvaril and runuis ran be uliielned lu the
buidiiijt at rvasoaalile rasre. Addn-ss for rialKue
HE ASHTABULA COUNTY MTT.
M'A. AMtMJIJi'tMMi ll refcaikulr ml eenvesHksa
u u"u" Ulreetluii i( frof l O. taiwM.
or neeteei, ceameac.lair Anauat nh and tmiliuelse
liiur cUjas All Hers wt ataale Me leslted, sua dea l
UU i",1 ,b n. t-eaKTB. See.
T i?L tVIr.Uuit.BS, Prwldeat.
'Artifloial Teeth !
tOO tULVt WOaiTH 0.00.
.VVAKKANTKC a perfect tit. IV-
"-'t h elty caa han a avt of Teeth the
easaeeV rheyare.rd.nl. et lr. ntHb-fl, M rbHe
bwiere, thavekMid Okie. Ta.b estrexied wUUoul
pain by Laughing Uas. OnM siltne tl.M and upwards
nMe froiu ihe eouutry gewtet, as t werth uf
werk. will be j mil ted a ft tttiet Ksr sjsw h a atei
tlas reeltBrsra.. , wsawe.aam
It It etttawtfed thtt there wets evts
Visited Ashtabula en l1la ol Jaly, lt4 s (irat sssiny
them exanshied Mr SMw ttoek ol
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
LADIES' KID GLOVES,
LADIES' ROUCHES AND NECK-TIES,
LADIES' HAIR BRAIDS,
LADIES' BALBRIGAN HOSE,
LADIES' SCARF SHAWLS,
LADIES' BUSTLES, BELTS & SKIRTS,
Also a tetnplcte tssortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING. GOODS,
H. D. KENDALL & SON'S
CLOSING OUT SALE I
See the Prices
Made this day on our
Summer Dress Goods
FRENCH ORGANDIES A LAWNS 20c
FRENCH CAMBRICS . - - 20c
FRENCH CHINTZ - ... 2( C
FRENCH BATISTE LINEN - - 30c
LINEN LAWNS FOR DRESSES 20c
BUFF AND DRAB LINENS, Plutn
Crape Finish -20c
JAPANESE STRIPES AND CHENE8 20c
ENGLISH GRENADINES. Silk Stripes 20c
The above Prices are below cost and
will asxtai close litem.
P -I.'" . '
we place some hlgls coat and desirable
II. D. KENDALL BOIf,
S41 Superior St., Cleveland, O.
w T II E FERGUSON"
Cs be Worked by a Child twolve years old.
TO WASH PEitFUCTLY I Lt AN,
NOT TO 1NJUKB A I'll HE AO OF ANY FABHIC,
AND DO ANY ORDINARY FAMILY WASHING IN
SATlSFACTfON OITAHANTKKO. IF TlIRKOTIONS
AHR FOt.I.OWED, OH MONEY REIT UN ED.
FOK SALE BY TUB
N. Y, & London Mfg. Co.,
. NoSroanlaadSt.N. Y.
8m 1W AGENT TTANTKD in avery county.
K certain yoomt ladv. when
ha Irnerd It remarked that
-matches" were made lu keasea
aid aba was ready to ( o
TOM. G. moit'S AND SATK MOWET Vf Bt'TINO
6 f lletare Abel Kmmm,.l.
V IV. Aahlahul
Jotesh Chstlerdon, Dcf. ) Aahlabala Co., M.
ON tho 10th tiny of July, 1873, sail
Jnatlre lasnrd an ordar of aUsrlimrnt tBthashnva
action ar the am of Three llnndrr-rt linllar.
Ashltyils. Jnly SI, 1H78. 81 W I IIKDUOUK HALL,
JIIJICH no V 811,
14 Water St., CLKTICLANL, OHIO.
r. n. nmsnnr, cferfc.
Thlt koaee It centrally located and the best of accom
modations) aie.onVrcd. IiN8
LOWEST PRICES !
Best Time Terms I
.About O Lots.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE !
READ! READ! READ!
The lloakall. Croabe St Pormsn flat. Ivlntr eaat and
snnth of the l.nkB Hhore A Mlrhlran Himthern Itonnd
honso, City of Aelitahela, Is now offi-red for sale In
On the Lowest and Most Convenient Terms
Ever olf.Ti'd in Aslitnuulat
KOWS THE TIME TO SECURE HOMES I
7'iese Ift are the Jjirgmt Krtr Offered iu
AmUtbnla, being eittn tuy jut
front, or orer, and 200
Tim Pint fronts easts on West street. Has
kell Avenne, 00 feet vide runs through
the centre of the Pint from West
street to the Oriswold lint-. A
street 00 feet wide runs
from tho end uf Has
kcll Avenue to the
Making tbe most deniraljle Lots of
any in the City.
For Terms and Particulars Inquire of
T. A. Dorman.
At D. W. Haskell's Store Main Street,
Now Opening at
E. H. GILKEY'S,
l'ABLE LINEN, NAPKINS,
COLORED DAMASKS, CRASHES
FANCY TOWELS, iu gnat vuiiety.
PEqUES, SWISS, MUSLINS,
HAIR CORD NANISOOKS
SHIRT FRONTS anil IRISH LINENS.
SPRING CASSIMERES anil
LADIES' CLOTHS, for Boys' Suits.
PURE MOHAIRS In stripes for Suits
Also, Plain Grey Mixtures,.
Very Handsome Uooda la
BILK and WOOL MIXTURES
SILK & WOOL ROLL POPLINS
In new Shades
We ask especial attention to tlirso Goods
WINDOW SHADES & FIXTURES
SHAWLS, Don't full to look at our Shawl
SPRING UNDERWEAR for ladles & sen Is.
WAMSUTTA WHITE SHIRTS
CASHMERE FOR TALMAS
and Trimmings in great rarivty
BLACK CASHMERES for Talmas or Racks
BLACK SILK FRINGES, AND TRIM
MINGS, GUIPURE LACES, &e
We are newlv storked wlili nil kinds of
DOMESTICS. JEANS. COTTON A DES,
DENIMS, TICKS, FANCY SHEETINGS , c
CARPET WARPS! If tou are eolnir to
make a Carpet see that you don't buy a coarse
warp wuiclt you never can ne.
BLACK DOTTED LACES VEILS, REAL,
1 11 It. A 1 J. VALKM llNliS, & LIMttHIC
We have a full stock of CROCKERY which
with all our stock will be otferi-d at the verv
closest cash prices.
RTCrockerr and heavy bundles delivered if
E. II. GILKEY.
Ashlabula, April 20, 1873 1316
The Best Paint in the World
AMY SHADS FROM PVKB WHITE TO JET BLACK.
A eonblaallonnfthepareat paint with India Rubber
forming a Smoot, Uloasy, Firm, Durable, Klastie sad
Buaull.nl Paint. muilii k. .k.,.. l. ... "
la perfietly water-praof, and adapted ta all classee o
work, aad Is lu every way a better paint for either In
side or outside painting than any paint In the world,
being from oue-third lo one-fourth cheaper and Matins:
at least three times aa lonir aa Ike h,at ImJ a,! nil
patute. Beeara teal owr Trade Mark, (a eac (ffxtfe of
WelettaulVMB hn.lam mmmrm .L . V 11 A
v. Biia ur iaa pnnn onir. rorcim
seat) ft . ' ,. , l PBEKPALNT CO
For circa Ure, etc.,
INT CO.... .
e Cotm'ala Sl..C levlaad,0,
THE PEOPLES' STORE
take pleasure In Informing onr friends, and the
generslly, thtt we hare cored onrbtslnest two
below, In tbe sew sad Ure store knows is
A Hair bIUllg, In which w will opea oa
Saturday, with a Large sad Elegant Stock ol Dry. and
Goods, and Notions As oar store (knowa at the
Store.) Is known lo everybody lobe the eheay-
with the most complete Stock, we will tell for the
10 daye only, goods at eatraofdlBty law prkes :
Beet brand Calicos, at Mc per yard.
beet Double-faced Alptecat, from c, apwards.
Paper.Caaibrltt at lt ; English Ctmbrlct at 10e
Heal Japanese silks at 65c ; told everywhere at 75c.
4 Bleached and CnMeaeed Cotton at ISe.
Table Linen 4Sc.
Blaak and Colored Kid OloTca at ft.
Fine Brest Goods great variety, very low, tow, low.
Hair Braids 40c, Swltckea at 15c.
Corsets Irom 75c to 3.
SHAWLS t SHAWLS I Great Bargalaa.
PARASOLS tatcet styles,
EMBROIDERIES, MTJSL1NS and LOMAS, LADIES
TIES, and HOOP SKIRTS.
a full Use of Hosiery. REAL HAIR SWITCHES
FROM (3.95 te (1I.C0.
LADIES HEADY MADE SUITS A SPECIALTY.
GENTS. GENTS. GENTS.
A full Hue of Gentlemen's
tyThose prices we pretend to keep only for the
10 days not any longer. Hoping a continuance
the patronage as heretqtorc, we remain most tespect
THE VERY BEST PLAN
which yon can obtain Life Insurance Is the Low
Premium, All Cash, Stock Plan. It furnlahes the lar-
amount of Insurance for a given enm of money.
contract Is plain tnd definite, without complica
mystery, or uncertainty. The policy Is always
worth Its face, the Premlnm never Increases. It Is
moet satisfactory and economical plan for the In
surant. Tub TnAVBLKns Ixsiikancb Cohpant, of
Hartford grant Life Insnrnee upon this excellent plan.
security Is nnquostloued.J Apply to any Agent, or
for a circular. l&tt
YOUR HOMES with the
. new Chrnmo,
Awake" and "Asluen." Sells llko
Uil-tlre. The pair sent for 50 cents. A large discount
agents. Address W. F. CAKl'ENTElt, Foxbmo,
Per Week In C A till to Apents.
thitm arnjsheil and eniK-nnoa p
COULTHIl CO., Charlotte. Mich.
HmHTTO V Madt tantillu lilt Stencil A Kev Chuck
lUUlt JJ 1 Outllla. Catalogue tnd full particulars
FltKK. n. Al. M-KNi itR, 117, Hanover bi., uoston. m
.f. tOri per dav 1 Agents wanted 1 All classes
LU ipliV of wurklnir people, of either sex.
youni; or old, make more money at work for us tn their
snare momenta, or ntl the time, thaa at anvthiiiar else.
Particulars free. Address G. 8T1K HUM CO., Port-
kind, Maine. 1227
expectable employment at nomf., day or evctutr; no
capital required ; rull Inetrnctloua and valnable pack
iL'uuf enmla sunt free hv mail. Addresewitli six cent
return stamp, At. YOCNO & CO., ITS Greenwich St.
New York. Jan
We crRB the habit permanently.
crtcAn. autcic. wttnont snncrtmr or in
convenience. Di'Herltieyonrcuao. Ad
dress 8. G. AKMSTUONG, At. I., Bcr-
V"E will insert tin ail vert isemetu, of
' one Inch spare one month tn 75 ttral-elaaa
Hals of papers In other states, address GEO. P.
HOWEI.L CO.. 41 Park How. N. Y.
KIND 24 CENTS FOU TUB
hook of 144 pages, showing how, when, and where lo
advertise, and coiitalnlnir a itat of nearly S.0U0 news.
papers, with much other information of Interest to
advertlaera. Address, UKO.P.IIOWELL & t'O.,
Publishers, 41 Park How, Mew 1 ork. 1W7
Northern Ohio Fair Association.
y for -he Fourth Anuaat
Premium Data are now reads l
Fair, to he held in Cleveland, SEPTEMBER Wtb, to
roitKit aa inclusive.
Address the Secretary, 8B Seneca street, cieveiana,
tIUO. SUZVI Drt.-n. im..w.-, ,.,v j
Presents strong attractlout to parents and giiardlnns.
nieaaanl home : thorough instruction : healthful
diaciolliie: excellent library ; new apparatus. aeud
Catalogue. Libbbal discounts to clbhotmbh.
mlJT New Brl!hton, Pena.
f'llAlfl.s.a riLUDim. n. in., i-rin.
fSolouioneon'a . Improved Spectacles.
II. 80LOMONto:i. Practical and fciculinc Op-
liclan, keefis the lireat and lust asaortuieut In Ihe
city of genuine llraailliau rebhie 8peciaclce. ground
under his owu insuecliou to suit tiie Kves In ail cases.
curiiie Weakness, llUxinees or ludammMioa. Ottlce
l.io euperlof btreet, l i.b.1 &LAN11. O. timi
COMPLETE HOOK STORE.
Ingham, Clarko & Co.,
tieverai Thoutai d choice volumes ta every branch of
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKA
Tweuty thousand volumes of good books tBUcrao
FOB tub ruHroas.
A full variety. .
Everytiilug uaed la eoaimea practice.
For tha Choir. Conareuatlent, Y. U. C. A., and
new Ckurtk music
We buy edltloot of all the new suet,
Everything Beet In Northern Ohio. Dealer tup-
plied at wholeaale rates.
An exteoave ataor meat.
All kladt at wholesale and retail.
Of every desert ptloa.
For way book pualieheJ, iJret
Ipelam, Clarke & Co.,
UU rat Superior RU CLKYILA.f P' -
MANSFIELD & COMPANY,
No. 52 Public Square,
Have a tell stock of Krrtar and a.nnmr Style
of Choice Uoodt. Allrtdet ef baalaeea
SUITS FOU MEN AND BOYS,
Diagonal Coats nd Vests and flna
t'jisBlrnars Pasta, eaaal te best ens
torn make. All the aereltlet la
PorChPdrea. ONR PRIC TO All.. We offer tnectal
Indm cments to those 1ItI at a distance. In aieney
forHeturn H. H. Fare. t!A
LIVERPOOL & LONDON &
GLOBE INS. CO.
TOTAL Assets. Gold. 20,000,000.0O
Asset la the Called 8t.tr. held by
ma iiirt-cini in Atw snra... .. faiw.enMW
All (shareholders tiersotiauy responsible for theen-
goKemenls of the Company.
w. SLAl. Dl.l all. ASQUliiaie
THE nndersigned would respectfully
announce to the cltlsent of Ashtnbnla and vtcln
that they may be found at the old stand of 8. R.
A LuMlGE AND CHOICE STOCK
C3- JR. OCERIES.
We hope by low prices and fair dealing to merit t thara
of public patronage.
A. II. & E. W. SAVAGE.
Tn everv conntv tn the State, fhr a new National
Book. (THK LIVES AND POJITUAITS OP THE
Pit KSIDKNTS) with fic slmlie or the Decoration or
ludeuendence. the Constltnti n of the lTnltrd States.
and U'aeh'ngtoire Farewell Address, with 19 fine steel
plates. For Circnlars and Tenns address Johnson.
Wllsnn & Co.. S7 Beekman St., N. Y. 4tlS
"VTE eontraet. for and execute Painting
' 'net! Its branches, llouae. tlga, carrltce. or
namental and frescoe
PAPEII-IIANCiinr., AND CHAINING.
and we mannfactiire tho finest STORE SHADES ever
ottered In this part of the country.
omu ii cc il a in n-iui-i.
Offlcn on the allrv In rear of A. 11. Tyler's grocery.
and U'm. Clove; shoe store.
A Gfnkhai Asbst for this city and vicinity. Also a
relloblc agent In every county in the State lor the sal
of Ihe Bart ram Sewing Machine. The stillest, latest
ami ihe easiest loek-siteh. straight Reedle aisehloe to
operate iu the mat ket. We offi-r greater tndeeements
toairents than any other company. Call an ar ad-
dreas me nt iT outario street, uieveiana. trnio.
N. F. HOPKINS, Slate Agent. 18SS4t
The Ever Reliable Singer
Hold on the most accommodating terms bv R.
OKUVEIC, Klnetvlll , Atf't for N. K. Aelitabula Co.
Save Jiloncy !
10.000 BOLLS OF
AT COST FOR TWENTY DAYS, AT
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Thev have received Dluloma for their merit where.
ever exhibited. Piouuauc'd by all. the cheapeat lux-
nry oftlie ae, valuable, aad almoet necessary to the
table, to travellers ; or at picnics. Packed la Ike best
olive oil of our own Importation, tn tin boxes finished
same as Imported ; ard are sold at lest than half the .
cost of French Sardines. Their delicious flavoi, tnd
nutritious qualities recommend thena to all classes,
bold by all first class grocers. Wholesale by
TUB AMERICAN 8AHD1NE CO..
im.m M Broad Btreet, N. Y.
"VTOTICE is liereliy given, tlint on the
1 1Mb day of May, 18111, a petition waa filed with
Council or the incorporated V illaire of Ashtabula, pray-
le vacaiaion or mat ponton orrlsk Htreet Ivmir
Ihe east line of Ibe'Franklln Branch of the L. tf.
ltallroad Co.. to the weal liua of the landa
owned by the Ashtabula. Yonneetowu A Pittsburgh
K. It. Co. Raid petliioa will be for bearing at the first
regular meeting of the Council In July, 1S7S.
M. L. W EBH.
tltlWO and otber petitioners.
LA PIERRE HOUSE.
BROADWAY tS EIGHTH' ST.
NEW YORK. '
rpiIIS is a desirable House lor bnsines
-a. or families, being first clas. eleeant and central.
Parties who can appreciate a oood tablb will find the
"La Piuhhb" 7 A llouae to stop at In New York.'
Board aua room fa per day. rtooms tl per aay.
. o on to, r
Choice Village' Lots for Sale.
TlIE Snbscriliere offer for -ale 25 Vit-
lairt Lot. sllnaled In varlnat ptrts of Ihcbotongh
home of them very choice lots. Saiall payments eewu
and louv lli oa balance, aad all at loweat prices.
WM. M. EAMB 8,
1SOT EllUAR HALL.
Florence Sewing Machine.
Tbe imderstirned would announce to tae cltlaena of
Ashtabula and vicinity, llu,t she has secured the Aueucy
of the above Hewtm Machine. This machine It a
UNIVERSAL FAYOH1TK. aud evey person whe coo
templaiua purchaaluy a macklua should oaU at tka
Lireas-maaiug rooms ui
ans. imonn i ci,
lyrlfctt Mala Brest, AsUabula,
i LL Di'rsona are hert-liT trrne? atrai'nst
taking or ivraovlnir any Sand or Gravel from tke prem.
Ii.es oftheelubscrlher, fi-ou and af.er this date, with,
out Irat uaylug fur the same. -
Ashtahula, JuneJJTl MiM.tf :
ANTED LIFE- INSURANCE.
AOKNTH Tat Psna Mutual Lira Co., op
Pufi.atiai.sHiA loraaulavd la IH47). dealies to ennira
t few more Uearraiard Special Aiteata. ender can' tract
direct wltn tnetiome uiuce. rurnmniH eouira.tor
mhur tuftjnnallon.call on or addreae
S1. w. inaua.L, tfa., Dnpi aeeaciea,
Ciucinnati OJIee, TH W. Third St.
A LL parties lmvinja an unsettled so-t,
1 A- aoanl with me, will pleat call wttkoat delay, at
ion T. STaewa'a at tke oatea ed E. H. FlKk, a at) aa
,ual tha tame, tellllug by cash or note, . . . .
J mm . , v. . atoss.M,