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a'aa-TaaAirrrBirB. The IMD of Bwiairr L. Cwosev,
(vf ar Or, believing him to ba mil qnallfled far
tba oflki of Ooanty Treasurer, ban determined to
aeeat Mt Mm Mr the Conveatlnn, and art Ita edop
Moa aa a tandldate for that ponlthia. Being well knowa
ta the coantjr for baainesa application and cotnpeten
ay, they ara not without ka thai hla clalma wtll'b
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Tha trie! of C. O. (tawberry of Richmond, know
fnjr hlat to be a aia every tray worthy of tha office,
and wall qualified to dtsehass Ita dntlee, and that ba
H ataoa tara-Roaahllcan, will prevent hU nama ta
tha Rnpablicaa Cnnventlna aa September tat, IftTt, at
a candid! tor tha ofllc of Cooaty CommliMloucr,
Poa TaaAStiBKB. Anion tlia aamea that may be
preaeated before the forthcoming County Coaventtan
aa aandldat for thla office, w would ask the consid
eration of that ot H. H. Ganrta. a geatlemaa very fa
vorably knows throa ghost the county. Aa a baslneee
mm, aaergotlo, accurst; competent and aceeeafal, ha
adoya a large abara of tha confidence of hie fellow
eltlaeae, who feel that tha Inanclal tmereata- of tha
, Tbe aame of Capt. 8, H, Cook, of Lenoi, will be
presented by hla friend to the Republican Nominating
Gonreatloa, to meet oa the let of September acil.ea a
candidate for nomination for office of County Treaaa-
Ed. T-ueuura Tha frlenda of Captain Roll In L.
Joaee of Wayne, will present hie name a a candidate
fjr County Aadltor. to the Republican County Conven
tion. Captain Jones rd hie eountry la the old Nth
Ohio Infantry, fro Ha organization ta It tnal mueter
oat, and waa severely wounded In an aaeaolt spun tbe
eoemy' Intrencbiaear at Pine Hill, Georgia. Ha I
felly qaaliasd-to ah poaltlnn which ha been Wei1
earned, b? M long and faithful service In the Held, by
kit Idellty to tk Republican party, aud by hi repu.
Fob Sniairr. The friend or Mr. D. L. Habt, of
Saybrook propo a to bring hi nam before the county
convention, aa a candidate for the office of Sheriff,
trading that hla acq uustnacr and standing In tbe
county la tach a to secure for him the favorable con-
Id Tslbba. At the forthcoming Convention of
tha Republican of Aahtabula county to nominate
candidate for the everal place to he filled, the name
of 8 1. Muelnghata will be preseuted a a editable can
WILLIAMSFIELD, O., August 1873.
To fflft KfpfMican YoUn qf Athlabuta CY-aapWe,
t he nndertlgned Republican votera ol Wllllameflold, re
membering that no citizen of our ton nihlp hae held a
county office for thirty yean or more, respectfully an
nounce the name of Ueo. W. BuckwithEq., one of our
citizen, a a candidate for the office of County treasn
rer subject to the declaim of of tbe forthcoming Coun
From the beginning Mr.fiVckwIth ha been a straight
A a elllien, hi fellow townsmen have recently x
pressed their confidence In him a a pnbll tvrvanf,
while aa a aoldler, hi enlisting for three year at the
beginlng of the war, and then hi re-vnliatrat aa a
veteran volur.teer and aervlng without sbhulusb
Tain until honorably dirituirgi-d, make a pa) mar
It amay not be Improper to add that ha ha been en
gaged In mercantile purault uutll tbe recent destruc
tion of hi tore and jrooda by Ira.
Ilavlne foil confidence In the ability and Integrity of
our candidate, we respectfully solicit your co-operatlou
In any honorable manner which your good Judgment
may dictate. In wearing hi nomination and election
aa. n ptanuufb
N . R. Bcoviixa
Hbhbt P. Black
C. II. Lokahi
bDUWICK S. NuBTH
Nathak I). P..
J ah a H. Phklpb
Wat. M. lli'ix
V) at. 8. Wi ixia
C. A. Bblknat,
and (eveuly aa other Republican votera of William
Saturday Morning, August 16, 1873.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Oovaaaoa-Oen. EDWAHO F. NO YES.
L. Oovibhob ALI'llUNFiU HART.
Bimu-a Jbdob-WILUAM WIIITB, long term.
Boraaaa Junaa-WALTKR P. BTONE, aliurl tuna.
Attob-bi UaaaaAL-JOUN LITTLE.
CoB-ruou-ZBOvTBSAtiBi-WILUA-M T. WILSON.
BoABDor Pvauc Wobk P. UEHZI.NO.
Th Republican voter of Aahtahula County are here
by notified that the Republican Humiliating Convention
for tha County, will meet in tbe Court lluu at JclTir
on, a 11 o'clock, . u. oa
Mobdat. Barrsaaaa let, 187S.
Th Primary aleetlnir will be held at tha uiual plac
of holding eleetlona In the several lownablp. on Bat-
arday afternoon precodlng Auiruat mth between the
hour of three and Are, and not lo adjourn until Ave,
when they will elect by ballot, one hundred and lx del
egate to aald Convention, on a baal of ana for each
Ally vote given for WyckobT for Secretary of Stat In
Aetober la at, and one for each fraction of tweuty-flve or
over apportioned to the aeveral tow uahlpaaa followa:
V4M a i ut.
New l.jflne .. ,
Tfa candidate to b nominated at th coaiily ca
For Repreeeatatlvt, Trraaurer, Auditor, Skerlff,
Proeecutlng Attorney, ComoiUaloner, Inflruiary Ulrect
tur, County Hurveyor, and Coroner.
W. C. HOW BIX. C. B. SlMOBn.
8. A. NokTBWAT, W. P. II. V LAUD,
W. P. Brat caa. Jamb UaiD,
Rep. County ConimlUraa.
tTA reward of merll hm been awarded at
V leu tm to Ihe fprclmi ns of Amiln period
ical literature in tbe Dei artmeul of lustruo
tTNlno memlMT of the HpiuiUIi Cortos
took part in the insurriclli.ua at Cartagena
aud elaewberu luiely, and t In 1c prosecution
bs been nrdereTl.
tlTThe Democrats of Mntm Imld their
state Oouvtftillon at Porilnnd, on Tuesday, Jo
seph Tltcoinb wav uomlnated for Uovernor,
and Ibe reaolutlous ol the Ohio Democrata
were unaulitiotuly adopted aa thu platform of
lite D mocracy ol Muine.
f3T Very few lives wcrv? lost In the Invest
ntent or dvfensv f Valencia, Spain, w hich stir
rendered to tha tiwrernmenl troop on Friday
the Htii. AH the loaae iu killed and wounded
on both fides were not more than three bund
red. The leaders of the Insurgent tcped the
nielli before iba surrender of Carlbagena.
ff-A ball Lake special lo the -vftsaya.
Mrs. Young No. 17 has compromise J rltb the
Prophet for $5,000 down and $10,000 more
within omety days. Qeuerai Haitau-llwbo
et down In Iba camplnint aa her next frb-nd,
aud ber law ytra, who are mada pariha to tbe
suit, refuse lo aurcpl bar compromise, aud lbs
will go ou.
y When tbo lime enraa f tha aaliNin
krtprra f tladisou, Wia., lo carry rail their
jcbelllou rrtwlwa to sell Ue on Sunday, Uiey
baozed their iwluda, aa the BaUwti kiKrs'
L'otoa ot the City of C hicago did, slier they
fcad'aolcinnly resolved tever lo abul Ibelr
Ioom on Suuday. Poly one bot-r-scller In Had'
laon rlolated tha law. ,
fOM larault of Iba reoent legislation
IUly oonctrulng Iba sale of monastic properly
has been a PaI Alloeutlon, Ui wuicli
Ralian Oof ernment waa doubtless prepared.
' It DfOBOunoe all that baa been done suil
, totd, nad warns all paj-ticlpan-te in lltbal tbey
. wQl osob-bly be dauutvtd elernaUy, ana b-va
Iso rendered theiusel vea liable to tba major
xoo-im.nlcatloa . .
Th Indiana un flghllng; roonj rtiamaerwci,
A dlap(oh OoaaElm Cnrok, licb iUtr tUM
on Tnesday Atiguat 8lh, whHe party of Faw
dpo InIina wore bunttog near Uia Bepubllean
nirer, on BlrtckwowA Crei'k, llirjy wm tr
prlaed rd attacked by a large body of 81-
oux, and a bloody flulit ensued, rrsulllng In
Iba defeat of tli" Pawnoca, wbo liwl lout one
huntfrect, comprialng itime of five bt mon of
Ilia tribe, and moat of Ibtlf borse, rni and
gnne. The Pawneta wt-ro pnraued iwenty
ffve or thirty miles, and only eped wbtn
night came on.
rjrl'resldtnt Sranl hn bten in aimnullalltm
wllb Gi. Austin, f Miiiniiar ana Mayof
Brackvlt, of MlnncM1i, who endfavored lo
eonvloce blm that the conduct of IhaMattito
ban authorities, and Ibe Irrllaliwo f4 tbo peo
ple of Minniantn, wUtallirenten ti take Ibe
matter Into 'heir own bauds, nuikv It necessary
for the Oovvrnment lo intercede sharply and
promptly. Tliev got no oilier answer from Ibe
President thai) (lint I lie Secrt-laty of State waa
bis adviser in nub atiitlers, and that I hey
Illicit I rest assured llml tbe rights of Americnn
citizens would be protected. The English
Minister at Wsslilngton and Secretary Fish
have had severul IntirmaJ talks about the af
fuir, but h haa assumed no diplomatic impor
The famous "lVtA-rBla FreiKbl" law of the
SttUa uf Illinois U likely to ftnd itf way to Ibe
Siinrente Court of the United BUtea. fonie of
the railway compiinies, wliich object to II,
bold that it is an incioachmenl on the au
thority givcu lo Congrena t "TeKUlHl, com
tnerce autoug the ex n ral Ktates." A recent
decision of the Supreme Court in tbe case ol
the Heading Hailrond vs Pennsylvania, sits
tains this view at the case, and rtiterprets the
authority of Congress ns extending to tbe reg'
ulntion of all Ireitilit taken tip within a State
and enrried out of it, or taken up out of it
and brouo-ht within it : in other words, all
freight curried across Stiite boundaries.
CiiiCiSNATi Ef-tiVimm on tub New Movb-
mkkt. The Ehquirer editorially h-b; To
aum up, the new pxrty which come to us
with a tlouilsh ol trumpets, is but a weak and
puny iiffuir. The n aure convention, the in
ditlerence with which IU action I received and
tbe character and antecedents ol' ita prtici
pants, ff to ptove Unit tin; oft-repeiiled tie
clurution that there Miisaftreiit popular de
maud for a now pnrty was a delusion aud a
snaie. It is not a people's nioveuienl, and it
will never become a pi epic's party. The" iiihii
iigera lhroti;li llnlr iarm propose nothing
that citiitiot hu obluiiied tiirotigb the regi ner-
atcJ, liberulized, and modernized Democratic
party. We look tipou Utimovemeut now aa
but un insurrection among the qunrtei masters
and contractors ol' the Democratic purty. Their
efforts will be luuiuly directed against tlutl or
icanizttliou. but it will rise auperior to tbeir
assaults. It ia understood that the louuders of
Uu new p irty ask no ulUliulion or o-opera
lion with the Democratic purty ; let uaaeu to
il '.ben, that they do ol receive any. The
democracy ou the Oth of August can uomiiiute
a good ticket and adopt a plulluriu which will
be indorsed by every true relornier in Ibe Stale.
With our consul ihe lickel nominated ou that
day will contalu Ihe name of no man nouii
natvlby the new movement.
Tint Dbmociiacv vt this Hutu having cu
clear from Liberalism, though shaking' in the
wind, has pushed out for an Independent voy
age, with standard bearer, who, by the ac
lion of thu recent convention, is to be returned
to active political lllu agitin, alter having gone
into retirement, and been slielved lu 1840
w ith such cotemporary senators as John A
Dix, Simeon Camcrou and olliers. They are
to bu commended lor at length flndlnu out
that their Incestous cuddling with Ureeleylsm
brought them no advantages Indued, i'uiie
to retard, us was expechd, thu downward ten
dency of I lie party. The cry of "help, Hor
ace, or wo perish," was so contemptous as to
turn Ihe stomach of many who had worship
ped at thu putty shrines because of its pres
tige, und w hether rljiht or wrong for its un
compromising Independence hul in (his ever
thing waa pitifully compromised. The status
of the party, ul'ler this bumlllallou, la rather
graphically drawn by such old friends aa ex
Senator Pugh and Win. S. Groesbeck.slaudlug
presidential candidates. They declare thu
Democratic party deud, und a nuisance
to be buried out of Ihe wny. Mr. Oroet
beck saya that Ihe blunders of len years cul
mlnated lust fall, und that il Is lolly lo deny
that Democracy then and) there expired. At
Columbus, the other day, a new party was
formed, with Mr. Pugh at lis bead. Tom.
Ewing made a speech ou Ihe occasion lu
which be said it was useless lo attempt lo at
tract converts so long aa the fmiiu "Demo
crat" was adhered to. Il bud become odious,
and a brand new puteut designation was de
manded. YVUut it w ill be, reiualus lo be seen.
"A rose by any other name would smell es
sweet," aud Democrucy by any other name
will smell us i'ellcLund be just aa severely let
alone by Ihe Americau people, liut the llou.
Tom. Ew lug pours balm upon the wounded
spirits of the Democracy, Ho auid : "Expe
rience has demonstrated that uo mutter bow
dlsalTecled Uepubllcana maybe iu their own
ranks, few or none can bo recruited, to the De
mocracy." lie, furthermore remarked that bu
bad been forced. "thouuU most leluctuully,"
lo tbe conclusion thai thu Di tuocralla party U
powerless and luetfecttvo as an ally, aud not
Jit intirvment vfrrjorm in American politic.
But let Messrs. Pugh, Uroelnck und Ewlug
uo ou. They auuiau tku country aud do no
barm. It ia proper lo say ihal Scuator Thur
man repudiates the new parly and wauta
continue to surfer and die aa a Democrat. That
Is hetolc, sure,' If uo patriotic.
Slakd-H. Articles characlei Uud by almilai
senllmeuta to those of the I olio a lug para
gratib, w hich we cut Imiu a rather .dtoulfb-'d
and usually candid exchange, are uwl unfit)
quenlly met wltUamont;ourvxuhaiigu. What
object such papers can bave lu misrepresent
ing and maugulitg the President, serving out.
be la, bla laat term, Il seems difficult lo un
derstand, except ll be to Injure Ihe parly
which he la Ihe ackauwludgtd bead, Willi
Democrata or Libera-, ihla might be expect
ed, but wit- Journals clulaJug to reveie truth
and Justice above party, It la unaccountable,
"Preeident Grant kibbled fur. sinned and
made tbe salary grab bill a law, and lor wUkli
be la k receive an extra ttuaasea tuotuaud
dollara va lUnra aa much as a back-pay
Congressman and ba Will -draw u.'
Now, these la not a particle of evltWaca
sustain lbs declaration Ibal iba President "bib-
bled" for tbe Congressional back pay. It Is
Vila slander, thai adml.a of no axtenuatlon.
TWal be slgoed Ilka Legislative, ExeciMlva
Judicial Appropriation Bill, which contalued
Ibe provision for Congressional bock pay,
admitted. But It was aa set wbicb now occu-
plaa twenty Ita pages ef iba Staluteaal Large,
passed at the very close of the sesslofi, aud
wbtau. depended tb support f all three
partments of tha QoYerniueat. Ba could
bava wltbbsld bla signature, without calling
an extra sesslao of Congress, tba expense
wbleb wauld have been greater Uian the whole
Tha President baa got no "back pay by
the Mil. There was and Is no atijection to 1 tie
general Increase or Executive and Judicial
salaries. Everybody admitted that they were
too low, bul the Iniquity f lite back pay steal
consisted In taking ive thousand dollars for
services already performed aid paid for in full.
The rcspoaMfeiiliiy f tint larceny ennnot be
lifted on the President. Each man who vot
ed for It, received It and retained It, is respon
sible to tun people for hi abate of the plun
der, nod f these tbe D. nioerats outnumber
the Ref ublicans two to one. Let tbe back pay
odium rest where It properly belongs, but let
U not be laid at the doar ol Ihe Executive, fot
f that responsibility his hands are aleas, ex-
pl In Ibe matter of yielding to the necessi
ties of tin case in signing tbe bill.
Though tha reason lor these attacks upon
the President sre not very apparent to people
of straiitht-forward honesty aud candjr, an
Iowa exchange hlnJsat an animut which may
be recognised anion noliilciana, old stagers
ud party backs. "Should the time ever come
for Gen. Grant lo speak emphatically on the
inl. It will be found that bu will spurn Ihe
idea. Journals affect to trest the matter se
riously, evidently lor the purpose of making
capital against the Itepublicau party by creat
ing Ihe impression that it la an organisation
tiling to loster despotic notions.
In this connection we wish to reproduce the
prediction of Col. Bob Tyler, son of the ex-
President and editor of the Montgomery (Ala.)
Adver titer, who thus puts bis aAlribulea of
prophet on record :
"In less than four years the probabilities are
Ibal Ulysses S. Grant will walk to the scaffold
or mount a llirone.
All this bulderdush has, we suppose, Ibe
same common object.
The Pcmicylvania Constitutional Conven
tion nambered 87 lawyers among 100 mem
bera and nearly all ol them "great constitu
tional lawyers," as Meredith, Buckalew, Jerry
Black, Henry C. Carey, et al. The Conven
tlon, having practically completed its work
the Buffalo Expreu (Republican) says:
The prosnosed new Constitution of Penn
sylvania covers sixty Inr.e printed Pagea, be
lug nve time as large as lue oiu one. litis
unlimited devotion to liiviul details, resulting
Irom an inability lo grasp and emlatdy great
principles, is me worst ol vices in a uoustiiu-tion-maker.
A Constitution ought to lie like
a catechism something that can be read, un
derslood, and learned by heart by every per
son at oruluury Intelligence.
Emigration. The new tide of Immigra
tion which ba commenced to this country
from Russia, proniUes to be one of unusual
impntliuice. The supply al preseut seems to
to come Iroiu two reliuiou sources. Oue of
t'tetn is a colony made up ol i niUracU.orlijIn
nlly from Prussia, . Wurlemburg aud Bavaria,
who lell Ibeif homes and settled iu Odessa, so
that Ihcy might enjoy greater religious priyi
leges. Although they formed a special govern
ment, independent of Rusisan authority, ex
cept th j payment of a certain tax for the land
they occupied, the Russian Oovetntiunt has
always treated them with the utmost good
will, until libt year, when it sought to enroll
them in thu at my aa Russian suiijecls. They
resisted this attempt, and al lust obtained con.
aeut to leave thu country. The first luslall
ment of tbe colony, three hundred lu number,
has already seached here. Their agrafe have
selected lands in Iowa, Nebraska, Mluucsota
and Dakota. Tbo Fargcwt Immigration, how
ever, wm come from the Hennomites, who
number about twenty thousand. The advance
of this sect will reach here InOotuher. They
nre excellent fanners, and will bring wllb
them Irom twilvu to fifteen millions of do)
litre in g jld;
The following article from a New York let
ter received the other Any, is of bucIi general
interest, that we lake, it Irom ita connection
and commend it to general perusal.
St a ht i,i no RkPoitT A distinguished need'
leal pruutitloner In Brooklyu said in acouver
sutiou the other day, that it waa his lot an
many of bis tellow-physicluus, lo be culled In
attendance upon scores of estimable "society
people who hud become, habitual inebriates
The evidence lu regard to such cases la cumu
latlve. Every physician in large practice bus
a story to tell of ihe victims of alcuuol, aud
the death records which show a ateady In
crease iu the number of fatal Cases "dyspep
tic" disorders are cited as proofs of thu de
structlve effects of a bad bablt. Now come
the unnual report uf Ihe Directors of King
County Inebriates Home, with a catalogue
which is deliuilu aud appaliug. A curlutu
ftt-l is revealed in the stalemeul o( tbe caaea
treated la this luslituliou, duriug the pust
year iminely thai the n umber of women
druukarus is nearly equal lo Ibe number of
men. Tne report says: uo less thau Ht) of tli
patients bave indulged more or leas In tba
uarcolic poison, show ing thai the drug-store
supplements the dram-shop, aud complicates
und Intensities the malady of inebriety. Among
the results of these vicious habits, 69 patients
l.iaf year have suffered Irom dulirium tremens,
and 18 bave attempted suicide.
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Il is the opinion 4' bolls the Herald and Ibe
Journal, of Salt Luke City, pretty plainly ex
pressed, thai the divorce suit brought ugaiust
Bi lgiiam Young by Anu Ellen Webb, one of
his plural wives, Is uutUiugmoru Ivor lesa than
a blackmailing operation, ll ia very certain
Ibttt no stilt tor divoreu can be entertained in
lite United Stales Conns between a acvculevuth
w ife, the other sixteen belug alive, aud a p
lygutnlsl. Thu purpose of tbe suil, tliareloru.
must uave oeeu eoiueiuiug aestoes lue procur
ing of a divorce, w bleb ihu lawyers ot Mrs.
Voting No. 17 kuuw periecuy well cannot be
obtained, ll la predicted Ihul there will be a
compromise, and the Salt Lake Jvurmtil Is of
tne opiuiou uim iia.r. iiuuh wait amnio uunu
handsomely In order lo prevent an expose ol
Ins domestic affairs. Mauy a luau, uot a po
lygamlsl, would do as wucli.
The above drotn the Chicago Trataaa of
Monday lust, rather looks as If the article wa
published last week, lo the effect thai Brig-
bain bad compromised Uiia uupleaaaniaosa,
waa a lillW premature.
Tub Vumha Exuiuitioh, says the N. Y.
J'mkr, ba d cUltdy outlived lis luliteat, aud
can hardly leave any result wore retuurkabiu
lhau lu euortuous floauclal denci(. There has
been tluadt ilua and tUw usual Austrian "ul-
readlneas." Crotu Ike start. Tlte t-lumeuta bava
coiivptoed against tlte show, aud tbe hotet-
kuepers bave ably aeaoaded tbent. . What bulb
lctl lo do, vraa effected by tha sppearauoe of
cholera, aud though tha disease has led lha
city, sir bave tha visitors to Ihe exhibition. Il
uow only rvtaalus to transform Iba big shed
of glaas aad iron lalo tba central feature of a
pleasure-garden, like Its predi ct saf In Lon-
don. aad to write failure aKaiasl lb inuat re
oent of Intetraeikmal abows. Tbe Vrenna ts-
puriinent has many iDs'rueilva leasoua to tmr
VtillaiV Vphla Mends, w o ara aow pursllng
over the plan tor tbe cearteuora! show of 1870,
and it Is lo ba Uoped Ihe warning agalnat kill
lag the goose that lays the golden eggs will
not be thrown awsy upoo Ibtro.
j Tbe following iaragrapb la forcibly true,
and ts an admonition that cannot ba disregard
ed. It Is front cur Alton, 111., namesake : .
Tba future aueersaor iba Republican parly
depends M a largr esieM upon the faithful-m-aa
wit- whkuli all salary-grabbt-rs and other
diahoaatal aad political achemera, which bang
upoo it sicaply for their own personal advata-
laffe, areeut oft, and their evamtpt praettcea
exported and held life t publio approbation.
ne tai noneat, pxirtoira ana competent men
ehnnld be selected for an office of honor or
profit In Ibe party, If It would retain Ita pres
ent ascendancy. Il baa more lo fear Irom cor
ruption and Intrlgnlng and unworthy men
ithln Its own ranks than mint all tha active
opposition which may be brought lbea up
on It from without.
The lX'moeratlc newspapers bave bowled
and raved over tha back-pay Congressional
teal, charging the responsibility on tha Re-
ulilicans. With an unanimity renwrkabla lo
observe, they omit mentioning tbe fact that
every Democratic aarwoer or Congress from
Ohio, Missouri, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and
New ITnmpsbtre, baa draw n and kept bis back
pay. Of 62 Senators and Representatives who
sve covered their back pay Into tne ireas-
V. at A 1.. r
ury 41 are Jtepuuitcans ana ouiy it jviuu-
ryBetr sellers In Chicago think they bave
been In rdly trealedrbnl may rejoice that jhry
are not victims of lite MasaacbasHts ProtTibi
tory law. Six German b-cr-sellers of Worces
ter have been fined f 100 each, and sentenceu
to six months' Imprisonment In the House of
Corrertion for violating the very strtngent
Isw of the Slate. They have lieen required, In
dditlon, to give bonds ol $1,000 each not to
violate again for a year.
Democratic papers do not relish Ihe declcra-
tions of tu Tribvm thai tbe Democratic parly
Is ready for burial. An eastern organ regaids
it as "amusing to besr a paper like tbe New
York Tribune talk abool the 'moribund De
mocracy,' when the faction it personifies. Is
on ice to prevent putrcfactiou until burled."
l3ffU is a significant circumstance Ibal the
betrothal of Prince Arthur, of the royal lamily
of England, lo tho Princess Thyra, of Den
mark, was not aunouueed until alter the Brit-
tish Parliament bad voted 25,000 pouuds, or
about $125,000, a year to the Duku of Edin-
bargh aa Ma marring portion. In fact, the
engagement, which bad leaked out, was ofQ
ciully denied al the time thu Duku of Edin
burgh's wedding-portion was under considera
tion. It was evidently thought to be good
policy to submit tbe demand lor extruvagent
royal annuities one by one, Tbe Brinish peo
pie wHl ptebaMy congratulate themselves
that there are only two more.unmarrkd chil
dren left lu tbe royal family oue boy aud oue
girl. But, by the time they are through grant
ing annuities to royal children, theru will bi
probably, an extensive, demand for annuities
lor royul grandchildren. The royal family of
Greul Britain is uuforlunaiely large aud pro
TiMBkR roH Ties. Tbe question of timber
supply for the use uf the railroads of the couu
try iB lust getting to bu a pressing oue. Al
ready wood baa become dearer than coal lor
locomotive purposes on moat of tbe great
roads. But the most important decrease feared
is iu limber suitable lor lies oak and locust
On this poiut the St. Louis Dtmocrat says
The latter ia considered tbe most durable.
bul the best of either must bu renewed every
eight yeara. For every one thousand miles ol
railroad iberu must bu 125 miles of ties cut
every vear. Mr. Talinage, superintendent of
the Atlantic and ractnc Koad, bus been cou
sidcriiitf this matter, aud baa ordered an Im
incuse area atonic lue Imu ol uis road to be
ImiuediHtelv D Urn led with locusts, either Irom
the seed or from youug trees, lie Intends to
make Ibis a permanent part of the business ot
Ihu road and its employes In sections ol couu
try iu which it is possible ; aud he believes
llmt other Hues will bave to start "locust
luruis" bclore loug, also.
Thu Dubuque 1'eUgruph saya Ihe Democrat
ic party "is ujt dead bul slopped llviug." It
Who will fight to get back to tho peopl
wbttt belongs to litem I Not the Democratic
party as sucli, but tbe Democrats aud Uepub
Itcuus who are u-pposea lo despotism, ana wu
nre in earnest In their belief ot free govoau
ment, uud iu their right lo possess It,
The Iowa Democrats have pretty nearly
unanimously concluded that ttictr parly sleeps
tliu Bhep that knows uo waking, and there,
fore will uot a ticket in Ihu field this year.
St. Louis Republican.
Thu disappearance of tho Dimucartlc party
Mould brenk iu nilely upon the tlujtut leis
ure ol' the Uepublicau. As aa adyrsary, the
Dutuocratic party is an "anvoociu little cuss."
Office-holders and profiaaloDal nollllelana
cannot surlle the people any loii.er by calling
up the ghost of Dvtuocracy. That trick is
played out. The people are lliioklrjjf lor lUfiu
svlvra, and tin y know that this ciy against
Democrat ia only raised to keep up the preju'
dives of old. Laitrenoe Kan. standard.
Fartiauns lu both ranks cannot bo brought
to sue that old party politics have no lonmr
any hold oa tht-populur mind. The error ot the
reveal political dcinoualratious la Ohio seouis
lo be lliis bjnoring ol lite new state of UiQd
lu'.o which great bodiea of both parlies Lava
Btlll the DHinocracy are told tUej mast fluhl
forever to be lorever whipped. This utay suit
Ihe leaders of Ihe party who do not know what
ia to become of Ihemaelycs if the parly goes to
pieces ; but the voter are Betting tired of lL
Soldiers inuat h aye victories to stimulate them,
and If their old leaders cannot even promise
them victories, liny will eventually ttuil oth
era who can. iit Louis Hepubltean.
AMKHIOAN HOI'SK, T. -V. Kootb Proprietor,
aujlii eldo of the , S A M. H atat loa. Tula lloiiee
haa re ently lieen rt tltud and Improved, and vd'nr
pluaaaM, ub tantlal and eoiiventent arn.minoda
tlon to peraou atopnlng over nljiht. or ftiraawal,
ar hirtboae from tbe laterior. wiabing alaMe acom-
niodatloa for tea
'i be Uouaa I onlerly, with
caasta, aud good table and
ASbrd adVsntaaas tor the thorough practical educa
tion ol yoaag and mWdle-aged mea soeaeaaed by
ether bualuea college la the Uutlsd Bute. Btudeat
aa eater at any tin.
HVFor lrg dcrlptlvatlronrr giving tall Infor
auMJa J.C. SMITH, A.M., raioosr-t..
114 Water .. CLETELtRO, HIO.
L. D. HUNT, I p.to, .
. , : y. M. 11ESDMT, Cferfc.
This bouM Is antrally located and th baal ef aeeoai.
i . modaiioa ai offored. HM
Ell Perkln vt "Bora,
yn drink win., yua will walk
wibo-Ibk wav i If ya drluk
bnndy pwncke. v a will
kaady paaekMi and If yea
rv luo much bear. Iba bier
-oa oar ' yu. If yoa ao to
with a lark, voa wont leo
th lark. If yua wiak to
ap yoar spirits, yoa masa'1
down spirits t If yoa always
the boat of brandy, brandy
alwajeg! lad beat W joat."
THE BEST SATIN WALL PAPER AT TWEKTi'
. FIVE CENTS PER ROLL. OILTkt, WHITB
X AMES, AMD
Sav c; Jiloncyl
1O.0O HOLA, OF !
AT COST FOR TWENTY DAYS, AT
Best Time Terms I
.About O Lots.
NOW IS YOUR CIIANCEl
JtEADt READ! READ!
The llaakell. Croehv Dorman Plat. Ivlnr east and
aonth ofthTae Rhare A MUlxn Snnthern Hoaad-
houau, tt7 f AaeiratiMa, I Bear oirerea for Hate In
On Ibe Lowest and Most Convenient Terms
Ever offered In Ashtabula I
HOW'S THE TIME TO SECURE IIOME81
Them Lot ar the Lartt rtr Offmtd in
Amtabnla, being tarn ettrrjf jeel
front, or over, and 200
Tbe Plat fronts easts on West street. llaa
kell Avenue, 80 leet wide runa throMga,
Ihe centre of the Plat from West
street to tbe Oriswokl line. A
street 60 feci wide runs
from the end of Ilaa
kell Avenue lo tba
Making tte most desirable Lots of
any in the City.
For Terms and Particulars fnsjrrlre of
T. A. Dorman.
At D. W. Haskell a Store Main Street,
iinaiABV, imnioa sraisv, cuvsusa,
Columns, Cornices, Litnles,
Croatlnira. and every deaerlptlon ot Caat and Wr. orM
vtora ror outianiK. "
Hend fur C'lttulara and
IXGSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
ArroRna supbbiob aotaxta! im tub
Ancient Modern J.avgvages,
Drawing C Painting,
With CTrefnl attention So Health, Social Caltare, HenUl
aad Mural Improvement. Expenaee Moderate.
FALL TERM COMMENCES ANG. 1th.
For Informall on addrea the Principal,
J. P. TREAT. A. B.,
Ihn1m . KlBucTllle, )hlo.
rpiIE FALL TEHM
Geneva Normal School,
OPENS T11SDAY, AUOU8T lth.
Under the direction of Prof. L. V. DODUE, late Super
intendent of Pnlillc Krhoola in Wonater. OIibi. Siu
dentemvhere cnmpltdn a conrra of liiatrnetlon that
will nrMtiari tlii.m in entur t'olletfe oj At them lirori)y
to aaaunie all or any of the relathia. of Itf. and at a
email a eo.l we bulleve, a any irtliei taatltvtloa In the
land. Onwl hoard and room ra bv obtained In the
binding at reaeoaakte raar. amirea i"r raiauiuue
4tlt!f) Sev. board.
To Ibe trade- through tho memo, of Artist
We are elUojt;
Extty 4-4 Brow Bbeetlng al
Extra 4 4 Bleacked 6heetlug '
Japanese Cloth to cTosa
Japanese Stripes formerly I7jf
Bit. Alpacas, worth GO
v , , . : : 1
Coraeta ... ,
Extra Ingrain Carpets
Great Bargains in Shawls
' W ar dally receiving ana stock of
Ladle' Button, Polish, Lace
Serge and Congress '
for lb rail Irad. Irani tha beat uuctorof of the
Xaat. Also, a cboloa asaotaint ef
Ladies' belts, Neck Ties.
ROUCB.ES, BACK COMBES, tLUR .
BRAIDS, HOSIERY, KID
. . , .j GIiO-VES, &c... .. , ..'j,'-
' ' ! .
H.'.&". KENDALL & SON'S
CLOSING OUT SALE 1
See ihe 2rtcc8
Made tli la day aa aur
Summer Dress Goods
FRENCH ORGANDIES & LAWKS . 80c
FRENCn CAMBRIC'S 0c
FRENCH CHINTZ - - 8Wi
FRENCH BATISTE - 80c
LINEN LAWKS FOR DRESSE9 20c
BUFF AND DRAB LINENS, Plain
Crape Finish - .. - 20c
JAPANESE 8TRIPES AND CniNES 20c
ENGLISH GRENADINES. Bilk Slrlms 20c
-1 . ,
Tbe above Prices ara elow ot aaa
will aoon close t em.
20 Cent Counter
we place some
blch coat aad dealrable
II. D. KENDALL At SO!,
I7 Superior St., da-eland, O.
Can be Worked by a Child twelve yeara old.
TO WASH PERFECTLY CLEAN,
NOT TO INJURE A THREAD OF ANT FABflIC,
'. AND DO ANY ORDINARY FAMILY WASHING IN
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, TF DIRECTIONS
ARE FOLLOWED, OR MONEY RETURNED.
FO It SALE BY THE
N. Y. & London Mfg. Co.,
- No S Cotirtland St.N. Y.
8ml 227 AGENTS WAN TUB In every county.
Preaente stroiie attraction to parent and irnardHna.
A nleaaant homu i thomnah Inetructlon ; healtMil
diaripllne; excellent library ; new apparatus. tend
for Catalogue. Libbiiai. Diat ot'NTa tocliuuvm.
i;UAIU3 rf.llimi n, A. m., rnn.,
tmlMT New BrlKbion, Penn.
LL partiea having an unaettled a-
7aimt with ine. win ulnaaecall without delav. on
.Iohm T. Stbomo', and adjust the Mine, aettllnir by
cash or note. ttlM u. n. upn, m, u.
Now Opening at
E. H. GILKEY'S,
SPRING GOODS !
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS,
COLORED DAMASKS, CRASBE8
FANCY TOWELS, Iu great variety,
PEQUES, SWISS, MUSLINS,
HAIR CORD NANISOOK8
' it t
' HAMBURGH EDGINGS
SHIRT FRONTS aad IRISH LINENS,
SPRING CASSIMERES aad
LADIES' CLOTHS, for Boys' Suits.
PURE MOHAIRS In stripes for Suits
Also, Plain Grey Mixtures,
Very BandoM Oaod ia
SILK and WOOL MIXTURES
BILK & WOOL ROLL POPLINS
,' In new Shades
We ask especial attention to these Goods
WINDOW SHADES & FIXTURES
SHAWLS, Don't fail to look at onr Shawl
SPRING UNDERWEAR for ladles & gents.
WAMSUTTA WHITE SHIRTS
PAHirMTrRTf HTIT1 TAT.MAS ''
and Tritumlugs in great vaneiy
BLACK CASHMERES for Talmas orSark.'
BLACK SILK FHIN, A
MINGS, GUIPURE LAC 13, &o
' i. '.'i..l wilth all kinds
vr o an ncwij I"v ; vi . i t-a
nniMT?rs. JEANS. - vui i r;
DEN IMS, TICKS, FANCY SUEETlu.,ac
- . T.r.rrm TV A T?TV1 tTf TOU Sre going
make a (S. pet that you tlou t buy a wa.
warp v bleb you oevei -- , k
ntACK DOTTED LACES VEILS, REAL,
iJaces ii k m stTtcTiei) "
. ; ; . HANDKEltCUIEFB.-.. : . .'
Wa have a full stock of CROCKERY which
vith all our stock will be offered at the yery
closest cash prices v , t.. :.
sar-Crock ery and heavy bundlea delivered
. . r i - .
deatrea. , , ?! iU 1 n niJ vw'
.Wa fc MVM
J. MANSFIELD & COMPANY.
No. 52 , Public Sarc,
, i CLEVELAND.
llava a InlT or
ot Choice uooae.
prttiu end R.immer Btrlea"
Allirae af Sasiaaat "
SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS,,;
nraj-narrnareaad'Teafa sad" Un
Oaelmere Pant, eqnal to seat eaa
tom make. All tha.aoveltles In
ForCMWrea. OIVB PRIC TO AIT,. We offer epafltel
Indoermenta to thoae livlnir at a dlataaear la aon
for Hrlara H. It. Far. MrM
I . -
tm SUPERIOR STBKKT,
The Ever Reliable Singer
9 A )
Hold on the most accommodatrna terms bv R.
O-VKU, Klnyavlllo, Ag't for N. K. Aahtabala Co.
COMPLETE BOOK STORE.
Ingham, Clarke & Co.,
CLEVELAN Dr llaO.
Several ThoneaLd choice volume In every oranca or
Literature. . .
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOORi
Twenty thoaeandvolumea of good, book aiCTai
Ink aB FUBoa
A full variety.
Everything need l taarmao praetrce-.
Ml' SIC BOOKS
Fot tbe Cboir, Congregation. Y. M. G. A- aadl
new Charch mastc.
8. 8. MUSIC ...
We buy edition of al) IB new oneav
Everything need In Arthern Ohio. Dealers sap-
plied at wholesale rate.
An extenave aasor menu.
AU kind at whVeTe andreUIL.
Of every description.
For any book pualished, address -
Ingham, Clarke & Co.,
ItU ail Superior St., CLEVELAND.
TlIE ASHTABULA COUNTY , MU-'
bioai. ashoTIATION will koldthelrneil avavcatloa"
if I at orw.n, ander th direction of Piof. 1.. o. ttuwi, .
I of Bosuw, cmaseuduBT Aaaast SMk aad ecaiWa
lajnrdey. AIH-ro?aslo r (av!4, . :
UU to coia ab ArM day.
i. H. CAiar-ana. Dee.