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JAM KB HERD "ON, PUBMHtlKnS.
Two Dollar Vaar Invarlblflsi Adanca,
Local & Miscellaneous.
Ashtabula, Youngstown & Pittsburgh
Le.v. Ashtabuls,63a. m.,7:0Ge. m.
Arrive it Ashtslal., tM8 p, tn.,o:00 p.m.
Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R. R.
Leave Aahiahnla. 6:00 A.M., 9:45 A. a., 7.15 F.
Arrive at Ashtabula, 1:HBa. 11:15 A. a.,0:00r.a,
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R.
Wm-lw Ashtabula, :M A. a., 4:48 A. a., 7:40
A. a., 11:4 A. a., 8iM r. a 8:1 r. a., 1:M A. a.
East leate Ashiabul,. ftfll A. a.. fcOB A. a 19:81
r. ., 5:51 r. a., 7:10 s. a , : p. a., 18:10 a. a.
Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R.
Leave Aalitabula, 11:50 a. a, Arrive at Harbor, 12:10
T. a. Lear Harbor, 14:40 P. a, Arrive at Astabula
l:4S P. a.
Fotjrth or Jilj Bills nru gulJ to linng by
In eyelids. The deficit dm nol grow beau
tlfully less by the lapse or lime.
A Sals ot $3,500 of Ashtabula Nntionnl
Bank stock was mada the other lay to Clcve
land parties at 10 per cent, premium.
It will be seen by reference to our Marine
news, the M'Nutls have disposed of their
Yacht, and she lef t the Harbor in tow of the
Perry White, ea Monday evening.
A. new FliaMon and a pair of fine stepping
nags have miide their appearance upon the
street within a few dnys, lirotiirut out by Dn.
Eames an evidence that pills and potions
liave their reward.
The Northern Ohio Ftiir will begin Septrm-
tember29lh, and close October 8d. Thirty
thousand dollars in premiums are offered,
besides five thousand dollurs to speciul objects
of Interest not listed.
Ice Cream, Bieder, the bnker,is not easi
ly beaten on icecream. Its exquisite quality
and the liberality In dishing It up, with the
pleasant and quiet attention make his rooms a
pleasant and popular resort.
The allusion to Sheriff Wright, last week
by our Rock Creek cornispondent, was us col
lator, but by came infirmity common to print
era it came nut ocitor. The office of the Ex
is that of Collecting Attorney.
The Giilett house, on Main Street, next
south of the South Park, has been purchased
by the Rev. Mr. Pekt, at $3,500. 'Though the
liouse is somewhat run down, the lot is well
located and large, and the price is not extrav
agant. Farmers in other purls of the county com
plain of the presence of swarms of grasshop
pers, which threaten the destruction of the
meadows as well as growing crops. The'r
viatit.ition does not appear to be general but
confined to sections.
Ice Cream Festival. The Ladies of the
M. E. Church will give an Ice Cream Festival
at their rooms, in ilie church, on Friday eve
ning of (his week. All are cordially invited
nd requested to Invite their friends. Every
one will receive a hearty welcome.
Haskell, of the new block complains that
(he Council fail to give him a grade for side
walks, and leave him in doubt and uncer
tainty. "Sufficient time, it would seem, had
been taken for settling so important a matter.
Somebody's Iocs will probably be pinched by
decision of the question.
Fioht. A fight occurred in the North Park
last Wednesday afternoon between a couple of
sailors from one of the barges at the Harbor.
After a "brush" or two some of our citizens
arrived and separated them, but not until both
of them were badly bruised. When Officer
Run nick arrived they left for parts unknown.
The Miner and Manufacturer of Younes
town commenced the Issue of a daily July 21st.
The publishers are satisfied that il will be a
The pluck for starting little dailies Is wor
thy of admiration, but the effect upon the
pursg and the larder is almost always occa
sion for sadness and melancholy.
Powell B hot hers, of Spring Corners, Pa.,
Lave some of the best horse stock in Ibis re
gion, and their extensive business I-t extending
over the adjoining 8tates. Beside several val
uable Satelite colts from their house, in this
vicinity, a valuable mare has recently been
brought Into Jefferson from their farm, by Mr.
II. P. Wade, for which $700 was paid.
Smith the Photographer, who besides his
cleverness In his profession, is a musician of
more than ordinary attainments, has agreed
to take charge of the new organ of the Con
sregalioual Church. We think our congrega
tional friends have reason to felicilate them
selves upon securiug the services of oue so
thoroughly master of Ibis instrument.
If our Street Commissioner would drop a
load of gravel in the mud hole in the mid
dle of Lake road, over the Bcoville culvert,
Which cannot be avoided in passing on either
side, he would receive the thanks of many who
travel that way. And if the Supervisor of the
Harbor district would give us a day's work or
so on the culverts on the rise from the Harbor
be would bring down the blessings of many
on hia venerable and usually level head.
The Sensation Show or the Season.
We learn Hint Maqnbr & Co'a great sensation
Show will perform m Ashtabula, August 8th.
From all accounts, this will bo sensation to our
citizens, and a rush may be expected. At 1
o'clock, Prof. Loon, who is deemed next to
Blondin for performing on the tight rope, will
give s free exhibition on a rope suspended
from the tops of the tallest buildings or trees.
Don't lorget the date, Friday, August 8 lb, al
tcraoon and evening.
The ordinances published this week are of
interest to our citizens generally, and one at
least, Is of special interest to those rowdily
disposed, who get into the Marshal's custody,
and expose themselves to the Ones and costs of
the Mayor's court. This ordinance shuts the
gale against escape from payment. Beside the
disgrace of lying In the lock up, provision is
made tor working out such fines upon the
streets of the village, at the rate of 75 cents a
day I This is not pleasant to thiuk of, and
cannot but prove discouraging to' rowdyism
Hail Btoiim. About midnight on Friday
last, a rather destructive shower of hail passed
over Jefferson, and left Us traces very percept
ibly in the strippiug of trees, and the beating
dowa snd stripping of corn and other crops,
and the wholesale shivering of windows. Iq
the Baptist Church some 40 or 80 lights "were
broken, and in the Congregational some 00 or
more, ana other buildings suffered more or
less damage. The wind was southerly. The
extent of viaitailon was sot very great. Why
Jefferson should suffer . such plagues lu the
presence of pur Joshua oltkttxntitul, U some
thing hard to understand.
The rriiislo of t!i Band Is heard floating
from the Pagoda, every Wednesday evening,
and the weary hours of closing day are very
much relieved by lis cheering as well as
Tim friends of 8. J. MuMingham have au
thorized the announcement of his name In
connection with the office of County Treasurer,
to be submitted to the convention for Its action,
We cheerfully add our endorsement of Mr.
Mannlnghaui as a steadfast and unwavering
Republican, a gentleman of position and busi
ness culture, and will do honor to to ihe office
for which he Is named.
The name of Mr. Geo. W. Bcckwlih may
also be found among our announcements. Mr.
B. has a good name and standing In the county
as a business man and straight Republican, as
tho earnest endorsement of his friends show.
The strong claims presented will, without
doubt command the fuvorabla consideralion of
AmiESTS. The following arrests were made
lost Wednesday and tried Thursday morning
before. E. 11. Filch, J. P., in the absunco of
Mayor King :
Drunk Charles Gardner, John O'Harren
and II. S. Lee, of Denmark ; each fined $3 and
cosls. O'Hairen was committed until fine was
Ed. Conley alia John Smith was nrreslcd at
Ihe L. S. & M. S. depot for stealing $27 from
Ira Fisher and $10 from a boy boarding with
Fisher in Erie, Pa. The Chief of Police of
Erie arrived here Thursday evening and return
ed with him in custody. Conley was a tough
customer and when arrested showed a disposi
tion t-j be troublesome, but officer Squires
proved himself equal to the occasion.
Funny. The present style of ladies' dress is
not only very troublesome, but very provoca
tive of indecorous mirth. That posterior pro
jection demands so much attention, that no
place or time seems to lorbid its manipulation,
and Ihe poking of its puff. The reslrainls of
the house of worship are nol sufficient to keep
down Ihe risables lo see the display of thought
and care Ihe female part of a congregation, as
they pass out of church, bestow upon this por
tion of their dress. About every one lias her
left hand engaged in bringing out to a proper
prominence (his all important affair. Our dia
bolus, though a very proper and sober minded
youth, cannot lesist Ihe Indicrousness or the
operation, when walking after an an, bilious
young ludy In the streets, to see her take a
glance first over one shoulder, and then theoth
r, to make it sure that there has been no de
pletion or falling away of rotundity. He
thinks that in these days there is not as much
attention paid to the head as to the "narrative."
Reservoir. Wo are glad to see that the
question of a reservoir for tho regular and
lernmnent supply of water for the corporation
is attracting the attention of the Council.
Thoughtful consideration of tho sublect
would seem to justify an outlay for providing
for the utilizing the numerous springs of
Ihe neighboring high grounds for at least
fire purposes and watering places. The ex
penditures for cisterns, which have proven lo
be of equivocal benefit, would have brought a
stream into the village that would have giv
en an abundent supply for the protection of
Main Street, at least, without further trouble
than the mere attaching of a horse to a hy
drant; Mayor Seymour, we believe, seen ml
the land where the springs crop out, duriti"
his administration and it now remains for his
successors to carry tho project along. We
trut that our r rcsenl Council will continue
the consideration of the subject until it shall
result, In an appropriation of the important
benefits that awaits us and are now turned
comparalivey to small account.
We notice that another cistern Is' b in '
sunk on Lake Sreet, in front of Mik'i Tinley's
louse. Its excavations are in the shale which
will probably lake it out of the' category
of mos'. of lis com peers broken cisterns, &c.
Council met on the evening of the 23rd.
Present Mayor, Clerk and Councilman Gil-
key, Aptliorp, Hitchcock, Faulkner, Geoppiu-
Councilman Faulkner presented an ordi
nance entitled An "Ordinance In ll.-.-iiai.
Hucksters," which was read ami ou motion.
the rule was suspended. It was then put up
on its passage and unanimously passed, de
clared adopted, and ordered to be recorded and
An Ordinance providing for Imprisonment
to hard labor was read the third lime and put
upon Us passage aud carried without opposi
tion. Mr. Aptliorp presented a resolution request-
ng all trees to be trimmed to a height not
ess than ten feet, that overturn ' streets and
sidewalks unanimously adopted.
Petitions were presented by Mr.Geoppinger,
praying the council to accept the streets laid
out and known as Bond Street and Lockwood
street, as public streets, and to have the same
worked as other streets of tho corporation
Referred to the street committee.
On motion, the Comm. on Fire and Water
were instructed to Inquire Into the propriety"!
iil'aiiAllpima lon,ltnn 4'.. ... I
of securing u location for a reservoir.
On motion tho Park Committee was lu-
stiucted to take Into consideration the propri
ety oi purchasing bind for a park.
The Mayor presented a receipt for $55,50.
from the Tieosureron accoun' of monies col
lected for the 4th of Julv licences.
t The followiug bills were presented and or
dered paid :
Robert Full'-r labor on Streets $148 80
James Tayler same 48 50
nenry M'Gargle same 48.00
I. Ward same 2.00
H. Doble same 86.00
Charles Dickinson same 21.00
II. N. Brown same 10.00
J. C. Boroughs same 44 00
George Giilett same 87.50
John Auer same jqq
Charles Cocks same 18.00
John Morton same 40
John M'Mahan same 81.60
M. Flanigan same 88 00
Pat Brannon same 84.50
Thomas Downs same 27.00
John Sweet same 22 fin
John Applebe same
J. Wilson same , . . ,
M. Llndley same. .
John Shaw same
A Randall same
Win. ScovIIIh same
John Prentice same 81.00
Byron Fuller same... 88.00
Chas, Manning work on Cistern. .. . 00.88
Charles Sherman tame 62.12
Win. Trimmer work on street 21 88
Wm. Rennick Salary policeman. . , .
I. C. Squires same .
W. Castle locksmithtng
J. Capendale blacksmilhlng , ,
G. Blakeslee rep. pump
Jas. Thorp quarter's alary, &o, ' ...
Theodore Hall qr. salary,
A. H. Tyler qr. salary,
Dr. King Mayor's salary, 4c.
Adlnnraar) to aSth.
Council, met by adjournment on the eve
nlng of the 28lh ult. Clerk and full board of
counclltnen present Mayor King aliaent Oil
key In the chair. Minutes read and approved
Comm. on Fire and Water, reported an Insuf
ficient supply of hose, the purchase of more and
the repair of tltc old.
The comm. to whom was referred the pe
filion of Geo. W. Lock wood and others, pray
Ing for the acceptance and opening of certain
roads, reported favorably thereon, and It being
shown that Ihe owners of land occupied by
said Streets had dedicated the same for thai
purpoau and were among the signers of the pe
litlon, It was on motion,
Jletolted, (hal the prayer of said petition be.
granted an ordinance read, the rules suspend
ed and a vote called, which was unnnlinoin for
the passage. Ordinance ordered recorded and
The petition of Thomas Holmes and others
praying lor tho vacation of a portion of Fisk
street due notice having been given. On mo
tlon, the petition was granted, an ordinance
submitted, tho rules suspended, ordlnanc
unanimously passed, and ordered recorded and
The petition of R. C. -Warmlngton, el. at.
praying for the vacation of a portion of Spring
street, came up and duo notice having been
given of its pendency, on moMon the prayer
llicr.it was granted, and an ordinance submit
ted and read.
Mr. Aptliorp submitted an ordinance for
restraining and prohibiting ale, beer and por
ter houses, and places of habitual resort for
intemperance and tippling, which was read,
and on motion laid upon tho table. A ill
We are glad to know that Mr. Apthorpe is
sound, and willing to show bis band. Agita
tion is belter than stagnation, though uot iin
Council met on the 80th ult present clerk
and full board of couiicllinen Mayor King
lisent and Gitkey In ihe chair. Ordinance
for vacating a portion of Spring street read a
a pennon was presented signeu ly Henry
Fa8sett, tt. ot., praying for the vacation of so
much of Spring street as is occupied by the
stairway leading to the basement of Ashtabula
National Bank. On motion tho petition was
referred to the side walk coiuvu
Tiie billowing bills were presented and or
dered paid :
James Chnppcl night watch,
Chas. Mcrrimau same
Adj. to August 4Uh.
A Trip oyer the Franklin Division tho oth
er day, as far as Anitovcr, proved this lino
to be in the same good condition, although
new, that the trunk and branch lines of the
L. S. & M. S. Invariably are. The country
through which tho line runs, is of course quite
premitive, and except at Jefferson, Ihe station
buildings isolated mid raise the thought that
they are but Hie incipient steps towards a ful
fillment of the prediction, that the desolate
places shall be mado glad. The buildings are
models of taste and cleanliness, and the
thought and survey of them is rather agree
able and pleasant. The Andover Station, is
perhaps, an exception in tho matter of loneli
ness, lo nioat of the others. The loc ition,
near the village dispells the thought of lonli
ness. Its residences and pine, s of business,
surrounding a four acre opening, or central
park, give the beholder a comfortable feeling
of pure breathing room, and the living grtcn
that intersperses and harmonises wllh the
spotless white of the buildings reudois the
picture a yery pleasant one. It is no flattery
to say that Andover is a pleasant village,
and though modest, is not without a laudaUlo
a nbUon to make its mark. Our friend and
co.npi.-ir Calkins with his racy hebdoma
dil, is doing something to give it a name,
und its Kehn Hotel, ar.d accommodating aud
p ipul ir landlord, makes ihe hungry tiav
eler yearn for its comforts, and adapt his sta
ges of travel so as to fetch up at Andover ami
the thoughtful care of Catt. Keen. The
railroad boys all make ihe Keem Hotel their
stopping place fora meal. The Capl. gave us
a little eommentory upon the character of ihe
employees of the Franklin Division. They
are a band of brothers and are jealous of cacli
others honor. N little bills are overlooked or
forgotten. Every man is interested and holds
himself responsible tor a clean score, whether
of himself or others of his fellows. Being
the junction of the Mahoning Coal with tho
Franklin Division, something In the way of
growth is counted upon by the people of An
dover, which, calculation if not too restive,
will, without doubt, be realized.
Opening The Mahoning Coal Railroad,
will be open for regular business on Monday
A new line of railroad from Akron to
Youngstown is now being run along the Pa.
and Oiiio canal level.
Smiting Along. Tho 88 miles between
this place and Jamestown, was made with sev
en stoppages, a day or two ago, by locomotive
Eagle, Engineer Clurk, In an even hour, which
,9 deemed pretty good lime.
T7" IITITAIO Vnrnna ana-am T .
Fortune Favors the Brave. Ab one job
is closed up, another offers. Our friend and
neighbor, Contractor M'Kekzik, having finish
ed the grading of the Thayer hill at the Har
bor, and made a most comely and finished Job
of It, he has takon a contract for building some
800 feel of dock, extending up the creek from
Hubbard & Co's ship yard. This will be a
field for calling Into use the superior mechan
ism of his foreman aud master builder, Char
ley Lantrt, who never fails to leave a monu
ment in every work entrusted to him. BeBlde
this, all his hands, horses, and material, hav
been shipped down the line of Ihe Mahoning
Coal road, Borne 8 miles this side of Youngs
town, where some ten or twelve miles of lat
eral branches are to be built to give access to
the coal beds In that neighborhood. Thus,
there is work enough on hand for the present,
without Interuptlon or delay. In the mean
time, as there Is nothing said about the con
tinuation of the Harbor Division to the beach,
we are left to infer that that work for Ihe pres
ent, is to stand in abeyance.
It will be Been by our marine Intelligence,
that our Harbor has been visited by another
fleet of steam and tow barges. The fact is a
somewhat interesting one to our citizens,, and
therefore deserving of a passing notice. The
depih of water Is found sufficient lo admit the
entrance of these largo crafis, drawing
and 12 feet, Ws trust these facts' may not
disturb the equanlmityorany of our occidental
Making Things Livklt.-AI a Democratic
Judidiclal Convention In the Third Ohio,
District, the other day, a resolution was Intro
duced denouncing Ihe salary grab, and Con
gressmen Lamlson, one of the grabbers, at
tempted to defend his course, but It was no
go. Everybody pitched Into htm, and the
resolution of censure was adopted. During
Lamlson' defense of his record he was fre
quently interrupted with crie of "Get down,'
"Resign," Ac.. Lamlson replied, " Resign tod
dammad. I I'll see you In hell first,"
Railroad Matters. MARINE.
ArriteA July 27, Bchr. fimm Vrim. Cant.
PeMla, from Haglnaw, with 180 ft. of lumber
ti Hitchcock St Prenilce, and 75 m ft. lath to
II. Hubbard it Co.
Arrwrf-July 28, fScow Perry WhiUi, Capt
Baker, from Buffalo, 100 Ms cement to H. Hub
bard A Co.
Arriitedhv 29. Barce TUinnrr. Cant
Thompson, from Alpena, with 400 M ft. fencing
lumlxr, lo Chas. Bewick, owner. Drnft
vlrrifwf July 2, BUm Barge TrnArr Capt.
wesmond, rr,,m Nine Mile Point, with 5783 ce
d ir pints, lo 1. C. Williams.
Arri.d-3J 29lh, ImiifB" rrn. Capt,
Wright, from Nine Mlln Point, with 0315 Ce
dar PosIh, lo J. C. Williams. .
C'enred Light July 28th, Hhr. Snou Drop,
Capt. Pettis, for Saginaw
Cleared Light July 80th, barge Paragon,
Lapt. Wright, for Shelaiygan.
Vlmred Lljbt July 80th, Steam barge
J raaer, dipt Desmond, for Chicago.
Cleared Light July 80th, Hleam barge
linnntr, Capt. Thompson, for Detroit.
Cleared July 80th, Scow Perry IfAifr.CapL
Baker, wllh 50 m. feet of lumber for J. W.
Meami-July 80th, Yacht Humming JJird,
Capt. Porter, for Buffalo, where she is inten
ded for the canal boat tug service.
. Fuur Muter$THte are now two four-masted
steamships and one four-masted sailing
vessel n the lakes. The steamers are the D.
Hullantiiie and lmron,and the sail yesscl the
Tin Largent Cargo The new bnrgo IT. J.
Iluilcr, has exceeded all former efforts in the
si rife Tor the largest cargo. It took nearly all
day Saturday lo discharge her Cargo, which
Consisted of 02,013 busln-ls of corn, or 1,753
tons. This exceeds the Arabia's cargo 81 tons.
Ed. Telegraph. Mrs. Flint is slowly recover
ing I'ronijan attack of supposed genuine Asiat
ic Cholera. All thesymptoms attending this
disease were present, and Tor some hours It
w as thought she would die. She was attend
ed by Dr. Fouts.
A case or watering milk was delected at
Dea. Johnson's lactory a few davs since Dan.
Jones, or Smith or Brow n, I have forgotton
which, wassuspected and the Lactometer tried
in his can of milk which showed a percent
age of water. Dan was watched aud caught
In the act of milking from the pump. He
said the feed was failing, and old Brindle kick
ed awfully and that the pump gave down
lietler and didn't kick. Twenty dollars set
It has cost an Ashtabula chap $300 for lov
ing a Say brook girl "not wisely but too well."
B. M. C. from Auslinburg thinks Ashtabu
la a very wicked city. Is this nol unfortu
nate for the reputation of your place, about
which, there is of la:e. so much tenderness f
Mu Dear Reed We have beeu enjoying
mail services by the A. Y. & P. for a full week,
and to us, accustomed as we have been to the
irregularity of "hacking," lis regularity Is
pleasingly strange. Notwithstanding our de
sire to do every thing by rail, there was a tinge
of sadness mixed up with the mailer when
they came to withdraw tho "tolling stock"
from tho old pike. For fifty-three years it was'
the thoroughfare between Warren and Ashta
bula. In its palmy days It was as much or an
instution as the railroad now is, and there was
as much electricity in the wind of the driver'8
horn, as in the shriller nolo of the locomotive
Before the completion of tho Lake Shore
and Mahoning valley roads, two, lour, and
sometimes more, couches and fours were re
quired to accommodate Ihe travelling public.
Most popular and best remembered among the
merry Jehus who used to draw rein upon
their prancing steeds, was John Thompson,
whose popularity as host of the "American
House," shows that he can not only "drive a
stage," but "knows how to keep a tavern."
But the glory of the old road has departed ;
its projectors are remembered among "the old
est settlers ; its gates for "toll" are turndown j
Ihe hackman will beat his balky "steed" over
its muddy course no more, and we consign it
lo the lender mercies of the supervisor ever
Fifty-two years ago the first school was
taught In Orwell, by Miss L. C. Wolcott, Yes
terday 1 saw her as "MotlierChaOee," in the
M. E. church within a few feet of the place
where she first taught the "young idea how to
shoot." She, was present and assisted to or
ganize the first class or tho society over forly
five years ago, and is tho only one remaining
to tell what here and there was done. A few
remember her geniality as school ma'am. As
a "mother in Israel," and "grandmother" or
'aunty to every body we all reverence and
80 far aa I know there Is but one person liv
ing In Northeastern Ohio who claims an older
experience among its teachers than she. Let
these old veterans of the first schools on the
Resi-rye be hunted up. Nothing more inter
teresting can be devised than to gather them
in couyentlon and have an "experience meet
ing" ou pedagoguing in the long ago.
Situated as it Is, midway between the Inex
haustible mineral resources of the Mahoning
Valley and the rich pnlatoe i-dlgglus" of the
lake shore, the South range, epjoy an enviable
position, ana is destined, under providence, to
hold the balance of poiier.-' When Ashtabula
gobble up the county .seat, leaving the "Hub"
dead beached, "we of the South" shall secede
aud set up for ourselves. Indocd il is problem
atical whether we ought not to do It at ouce,
as It appears pretty evident, judging from the
display of northern ItghU, that there are but
few south of "Mason and Dixon's Lino" com
petent to fill a niche In the court house, much
less lo represent the county in a broader field.
Well, well, so It Is, and we must bide our lime,
for come it will. Life la full of "glorious
The past week wllh Its bright days enabled
our farmers to do a great amount of harvest
ing, but again the sky is wet and lowering,
and the earth deluged willi rain. Despite the
rain, Colorados, Abby Kellys, und grasshop
pers are abundant. - .
School will open on Tuesday the 12th
Now that we are opened up to the outer world
we shall be glad to make the acquaintance of
some of the young peoplo of the lake shore
region, if they can find il convenient to give
us their patronage.
A severe storm passed over our yllloge on
the 28th. A barn in the outskirts was struck,
but little damaged. A tree standing at the
eud of the P. O. was also struck. The charge
passed through the wall of Ihe building with
such force as to knock down one man and
shock several others. Yours as ever. ,
Orwell, July 29, 1873. H. M. J.
' Swift has a fresh supply of Diuock's Sum
Bier Complaint remedy, which bat been used
successfully In lids. .vicinity for seTearl years.-
Ta SPCIAL KOTICB t k t..A ir.nln
Box at soma house li iM village. Cant re
member where-any pervn having ine bog In
Ihelr ponftcMion will do me a great (evor, by
letting me know, or bringing the sWl box lo
my house. Said box has been gone a aaonth
Orwell, July 29, 1873. H. M. J. DR. FASRINGTON.
Ashtabula, July 22nd, 1873.
Ashtabula, July 22nd, 1873. THE MARKETS.
Ashtabula Market. ASHTABULA, July 19th, 1873.
Dvalara pay tb following
Waatt-Xo. 1 white
im N. I Hmi
no In ihe aar .'
Cohn MKAk per ton '.'.'.",'
ffmrrsoKsR o-Cor b a nd oa'ia
... 1 OU lo ) W
IS to IT
IS to IS
10 to It
14 to 15
40 to 45
From the Chicago Tribune.
In A.hlnl.ulA. intte Wth d of Jnlr. h R-r I
O. Klxhtr. Mr. Or Witt Baar.T, to Miia Jtaaa Sroaa
both u( Ahtahula.
Annoiinrement trrtli (Joinmondatorv Notices, hall raw
In Jofforion, on the tTth nil., Johx Mabb, aged SS
,n, boe lr, on the lh lint. Konaaic Brooks.
At Cmp Orpre. III., Jane Wth, 1T3, after a ehort
Whom, Mr.. Mabrl Kaho... wile of Tbiimaa Kariro, late
of Peoria to . deceaed aged so jear, uuiithi.aiid 10
Mr. Fargn wa born In I.ltchHeld, Conn., In 1TO.
An only l.ter till recldii in L. Hhe emigrated to Anh
tabnla Co., Ohio, In 1S17. Where the rcilded It yearn.
On the 10 of May is), the family removed to Peoria
Co.. 111. and in the rprinjc of lsS7, removed to Stark
CO., at Camp Clrore where Mr. Fargo died.
J he deceased wan connected with t be Farro bmllr
ol this place her hunhand having been a brother of Ja
son Fargo, dectamf, and had many accqnainUnce-
aoomnere. r-he c;tled with her bnstand In this
Connty at the time italid, In Sheffield, open :he farm
now known as the Eastman farm, where the familyre
malned until they renoved Into Illinois. Si I children
three sons rod three dioghters survive ber.
Fr.Lr-RorKr.il. Dncro ha rrll ih.t noui. ,
be set airoini?. and the mother ! left t ttr.H in t. .......
hold duties while the ba by sleeps.
Oo to John Durro's new store and hi.
new stylos of Furniture, which he sells at astonishing
ly low prices.
Goto JohnDucro's and fee hid Immense iiak or
Furniture, which he sellnlchcaper than the cheaoesL
and no humbug.
Vo Conanmptlvea, The advertiser, having been
permanently cured of that dread disease, Consnir ptlon,
by a simple remedy. Is anxlons to make known o his
follow suflerers the means of cure. To all who desire
it, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of
charge,) wllh the directions for preparing aud using the
same, which they will Snd a tun Care for Coiuumpion,
AHhma, Itronchlt te.
Parties wlBUIng the prescription will please addresa
!V. EDWARD A. WILSON,
IM Penn Street. Williamsburg!. N. Y.
We Claim that Miss Sawyer's Si. u .ntu.i.
different from all others.
That there are a great many good Halves offered
for sale but none so goo-J as MIbs Sawyer's Salve.
i nai every ramily should have a box.
That It will do all and even more than It la rwrnm unti
ed to do.
Put up In boxet At 50 cents each. Sold bv All Dratr.
THE CLOTHIER !
"Go and See Bu8ineB8.fS3
Just spend a few minutes In looking through the
ELEGANT STOCK OF MEN'S, BOYS' and
CUILDREN'S CLOTHING, at L'HOMMED'EU'S
SIG Jf OF THE HIG JIATI
Look through their Splendid Slock of
The HAT and CAP Department is
Complete. Pricee Below any
other home in the trade.
N. B. Now buy yon Clothing, Bats and Caps,
and Furnishing Goods of J. E. L'aOMMEDIKtT
and you will save from 5 to (10 on every suit, and
yon will get good, substantial goods, and no shoddy.
BRUCE'S BLOCK, Adjoining Tombes A Bro.'s
Grocery Ilouse, ASHTABULA OHIO.
J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU.
Sign of the Big Hat.
nnaiABt , is arnuei srasn, cuvkuib,
j. B. MoCONNtLL. M.D "'I
TUTTLE & RAWSON,
Have Jast opeaed their
Wllh the largest aal most complete stock of
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
Ever brought to Ashtabula. They also nave tn Stock
Tinware, Hardware, Xails,
In fact every to make up a complete assortment each
aa la required by the people of the town or
country, all of which they propose
AT CLEVELAND PRICES.
They would call special attention to their flue stock of
Teas, Coffees, Sugars,&c.,
which will be sold at the lowest possible rates.
Call and Examine tor yaaraalTaa.
TUTTLE & RAWSON.
TO U( HSR lift ESTERS.
CECTION I. I5e Jt ordaincl .y tliA
that U i'STn b?nh.!PT,,,',, ymm- Ashlar,!,,
rsrrv on ihi 1 1 " S"l 1n"n pxreoas In
rsrry on the hnslne.s of t "hnrVsier" I or ,im. a,.e
llr'to'e'L !:",'" PP'!"I"" an fmvtnrr.1 of h.
a saM h.!?. "Tr PT'y Ihwmre tonsrry
tlrne rof .hL .T:"1-,h Paid th-r.or. ihe
wh"M h-i! M,CM,?,,"M " loraills'
lUn nnyd;,",:.' b "" "" """ .,
md..riJ!C,!:',.'? ,"n' anmWrd
,n..V.. . . 7h, h " '"wt " shall
rii1; '? "rf T""vr n""" 10 ,h-i's
is.ta.rr.'rTiC" - - s&
v"..K.. K VJ?.S
lar. and cost., ami m.y be lm,,rl,.,ed ," 35 Si ?
and cosls are paid, or be discharged by due course of
Hffr VI Thl. -1. n ... - .
....mi rnnii ,iKr rneci on ana srti-p
the 1111 b dsy .fiur It. Urn publication.
i sstoa July IrrTO.
Attest, A 11. Tri.an, Clerk.
AS oiini ASM
FROVIIIINO F.R-MHlin0,!,Ks.T TO HARD I A
DOM V. IIKN t'KFRNDKKH fiKFL'HK OR NKULKtT
O PAY T1IK HNE.AND I OSTB IMPOCKn
CKCTIOX I. lie it onlninoil l,v tlio
id, .,.vT"C,'. '."I." '"'"l"''-" "''' "t AshlabBla
ai.ee of the Village, sl.a.l r-f,e or ,,oK," top.. ,1 u
fine mi.i.Td snd r lii- ro.i. ,.r .... ... .,MU
orison. .nH k.,.. ., ..K ' ' -7.' L".V""-
r .h K ........ iif.i ..iff pnnue streets
? . k a ,u"1" "'. '" "r 'ent,-ve cent'
r..r each day . I,ir, .-xrln,lve rf Hnmtay. hi shall ham
eeim-d an amount equal to snch fine .Lrt rosl. nol "a"
ssMss 'X'.;r. lh" flri
.hv !hV'. p"rf"r "lfh """'"hi" -r In
p i..v.-l . cluLnlng or ..lh. rwl-e Improring the iM.hlie
any Con-ta.A- ,;7ui!.
Kr.c III. It is hcrehy nisrie the Marshal's duty wlen
-..j r, ..... ... t , ri,nr run ii nr twiiTcnf'Pa IO I m linn-
""""' I" hard labor as provided hy ll.ls ordh.ai.re to
ca.i.e such p.-rs. n or pr.ons to portoim tuch Islx.r
and In snrh ii.sm.er as shall be directed bv the Street
I ,f imtnlaaiiii.ur mnA It
.. V . , P"'" "r persons snnu d
escape from .iich labor sn.f h,- re srr.-.foj or shall refnso
tn f.erfitpr.. il.u I. ... ..... .. : i, . . ... '
kj j . . '"i"". "' oe conniieo upon
bread Slid water only, until he shall submit to labor aa
i. V. L "nni, ny one rourse or law ;
........ . .u ' s.i.ii ue performed ny
virtue of this ordinance.
Sac. IV. This ordinance shsll tske nf. rt ,ud he
foice on the luth day after Its first publicailon.
Passed July n, lVS.
E. L. KING, Msvor.
Attest, A. II.Tn.ra. Clerk. lj:i
OPENING AND ACCEPTING LOCKWOOD STREET.
CKCTIOX I. lie it onlaine.1 l,v the
.i... ,foone" "'the Incorporated Village nf Ash'-abala.
Ihnt the street hereafter d.w ihedbe and ihe same U
hereby accept.-d and contlrmed as a public street and
ivItr.'n "J?,'!? ' 1,8 "P'wt worked aa other
streets In said illarre.
Raid flrrcMrt .halt k. r ., . .. .
nr - Ta L. it-.-. w,i,e sua me corner lino
n u . tt. h'u 11 V " f,,n"w: Commencing at
V aid H I -ii "e.i..e neiwoollll.e lands of
min izz.tzj ...,:.-'".v"u',"'i; OI .ja.
. . ..,, ,UI,III11K ,nCllcu f,, w aeg. west lu
hehH12r..,0!-he.,'"Cf l? C. Lockwood.
iT. - . .".-' u.ei.neoi saia lanas oe-
loi.ging to the heirs of Samuel C. Lockwood, to West
street : and thenor'h md south line of said street shall
he parallel with said centre line and twenty tect dis
Sen Tf fold nPUi .1..11 1.. . . . .
, , . v . auvHD ana uesirnaiea
ss Lockwood htreet.
H r.C ITT. This nrHinsnfo.!...! ..... - tr .
. ,. ' , "-v u.. CU.T..WH uu .Iter
Its flrst publication.
Pa ssed July rSthieta
... . . tr . ,.. . E. L. KING. Mavor.
Attest, A. H. Tyler, Clerk. Jaau
ACCEPTING AND OPENING BOND STEEET.
CECTION I. lie it ordaine.l bv tlio
hr . p",nc,1 "' ,h Incorporated Village of Ashtabuls.
that the Street hereinafter described be and the ram
is hereby accepted and confirmed as a public Street.
and Ihi. camA is trAtraA n i.u ... .... j . . .
other . trei;rin id ViTle. '
"old, 8?t hall be Bfty feet wide, and the centr.,
line of Mid Steeet shsll be as follows: Commenclngac
a polot 01, CamD Street on tin. Iln k.i.u. 1 A .1...
heirs of Benjamin Lockwood and linHs if a u u..k
running thence N. dee.. W. to Fisk Street, and thJ
East and W est line of said Street shall be each parallel
. ., auu LMci.tj'Qve ieei aisiant tnere-
from.as surveyed by A. W. Wells, April 4th, 1S65.
c.o. 11. naia.atreet snail be known and designated
as Bond Street.
Kkv ITT Thl. nRltn. ..ii . 1. . . .
after the 10th day alter its Arst publication.
rassvd July ih, 187.
...... t. . E. L. KING, Mayor.
Attest, A. H..TTLra, Clerk. ijaj
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB FOLLOWING RES-
UL.ITIUX WAS ADOPTED BY THE COUNCIL
OF THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF ASHTA
BITLA, JULY S3D, 1MT8.
T ESOLVED, that all persons owning
Xli oroccnpylng lands within the Incorporated VII
tage or Ashtabula, having standing or flowing on said
premises or in the street ,n fronc or such premise, any
hade other tree, overhanging the sidewalk or street
shall remo-e or cause le be removed all brachea thai
overhangsaid street or sidewalk, at a loss distance than
111 feet above the walk or street, ud keep the same,
trimmed aa aforesaid.
That In case said branches shall not be removed aa
aforesaid within 15 daa-a after the publication of this
resolution it shall be and I. hereby made the duty or
the Park Committee to cause the same to be done.
E. L. KING, Mayor.
Attest, A. H. Tiur, Clerk.
JINGSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
ArroniM st-rKBion advantages in tub
Ancient & 3Iodem J.anguagesr
Drawing & Painting,
With careful attention to Health, Social Culture, Mental
and Moral Improvement. Expenses Moderate.
FALL TERM C OMMEXCES ANG. 10th.
For Information address the Principal,
JT. P. THE4T, A. B.i
SmU-H) Klngfvllle, Ohio.
On the 16th day of August, 18T3, the
Trustees of Ashtahiila Township will, at the Beckwith
School House, between the bonra of a anil a l.
the lowest bidder all of a certain dit-h 'which - l..
cated March M, 1H70.) thvt shall not be completed at
that dale. . KDGAK HALL. Townshio Clerk.
Ashtabula, July Slat, 1B71 illijo
COAL, WATER-LIME, SAND, &c.
' BOCK CHEEK, OHIO.
a F. WILLEY Js CO., dealers in
PrTTSBrRGH, LOWELL MINERAL RIDGE
Hard Stone Coal,
furnished by Car or Ton. j "
Also, WHITE LIME. WATER . LIME,
PLASTER, LAKE SAND, HAIR
for PLASTERING, SALT, &o. '
A .hare of the public patronage la respectfully solicited.
Rock Creek Depot.
Jtoclc Creek, Ohio.
To whom it man Coneern ' '
NOTICE is hereby piven that my
wife, Margaret A. Wood, hss left my bed and
hoard without Just provlcatlon or cause. All person,
are hereby warued not to trust said person on my ac
count as I will pay ao bills of her contracting after this
dalu. DANIEL WOOD.
Plymouth, O., Jnly (1st, 1873. Itlitno
-SSSa FRESH &5!
A.RE to be found retrularlv' at tha
ssr as? sS-ss? i
risky to get them, a supply will ah h. klnl ol iTaiV'
ATtK.FISH, frou WlSci ?lr&?Pf , .
' fit AA lif-n , . Cm
CUAa. lil ltfiAlX
ArtiUbuU, July lom. ten