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TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Ashtabula, Youngstown & Pittsburgh
TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Ashtabula, Youngstown & Pittsburgh Railroad.
Lssv Ashtabula, :Wa. m., Tithe, m.
Arrlreat Ashtabula, tilt p, m.,B:00p. m. 1
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R.
West leave Ashtabula, t:M A. at., 4:41 a. ., ti
A.. 1:9 A, ., Riao p, a., 11:88 A. a.
Bait leave Ashtabula. 1:80 A. a., fcOS A. 8:00
..alitor. a.,T:40r. ., 11:Ma. a.
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R. Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R. R.
It Laays' Ashtabula,' :n a. ., 8:10 r. v.
Arrive al Aahtahnla, a. a., 8:15 r. a.
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R. Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R. R. Ashtabula, Jamestown & Franklin R. R.
Lt Ashtabula, :W a. a. Arrive 8:18 r. a,
Local & Miscellaneous.
; Treasurer, Fuller will be ready lor the pay
meat of Township Treasurers next week.
"'I III! I .
Personal. lion. Darius Culwell, ofCleve
land, formally of Ashtabula County lias been
Visiting Boston. .
Onr Colorvd fellow citizens wilt hold their
annual gathering at Sturgeon Tuiut on Thurs
eay the gist Inst.
We regret to hear of the rather sudden
death of Samuel Ward, of Geneva, at the
Newbnrgh Asylum, an the 20th Inst. ,
The buildings on Dr. Hubliard's old place
are being trundled off to his new lot and fu
hire residence a door or two north ol the M.
. church. '
By a fall of a piece of shafting In Culley't
shop on Monday last, Mr. Linus Savage,
while working at the lathe, was knocked
down and renlered senseless.
. John Smith, who was arrested here a short
time since for stealing money from his land
. lord at Erie, has been fined $30 aud sent to
the work house for sixty days. ' ' , ,
Ci.bvelasd Is Anally to have an Opera
House.' The work of building will be com
menced next week, and by the first of Septem
ber, 1874 it Is expected to be completed.
Tub Amboy Cheese Factory has mads a sale
of all Its cheeses up to the close of the season
at 14 cents per pound. The packages when
cured are to weigh not less than five nor more
than six pounds. So says the Reporter.
The Methodist church at Conneaut has been
. much improved by recent repairs and addi
tions, and on Thursday of Inst week was re
dedicated, and the exercise aud ceremonies
were of an Interesting nature.
Short sermons with a good deal la them
Which might be called concentrated spiritual
nutriment seem best adapted fur dog-Uay
Ashtabula County Lodge of Good Templars
will commence at Good Templas' Hall, Jeffer
son, on Friday, August 29th, at 11 a. m. Tern,
plan will take notice. For the Ex. Com.
t W. 8. HARRIS, W. V. T.
The editor of the Senfi'nrf, we regret to learn,
Is confined with a lame back. These infirmi
ties pf age, Irirnd Howbli.s, are inevitable,
and who knows but that some of tho rest ol
us may be overtaken by them some of these
Wx. H. Lovbridob of Suybrook, baa been
arrested In Paris, Portage couuty, for stealing
a horse from Wm. Juinmison, near Cadiz.,
Ohio. A charge of allot was the means re
sorted, to for bringing htm wilhiu reach of the
officer in pursuit.
Bobbbd. Some contempible wretch.entrust
ed with the removal ot the trunk of our
townsman Simeon Keith, who has been in
the hospital at Cleveland, broke open aud
robbed the trunk of clothing aud $100 in cur
rency. ' I'':
Da Harris, ex-Post master of this village,
lias got an appointment as route unent on the
A. Y. & P. line, running betweeu this pluce
nd New Castle, Pa. lie seems to have re
newed his age, and bids fair for considerable
usefulness, yet. - ' .
A cotemporary la sure the world will never
kaow what effect It would have bad on Job
if eleven little girls had consecutively called
to see him, and each persistently insisted that
he should buy a pic-nic ticket for he r forth
coming Sunday school excursion.
Andrew C. Stone, Esq. and lady, of Law
rence, Mass., and Miss Anna Hulbttrt, who has
been spending a season with ber sister, are in
town, and enjoying the pleasures of home and
friends. The health of Mrs. Stone has not
been perfect for tome time. .
The bridge at Chaffersvllle, Morgan, over
Grand River of about 100 leet span was ret
oa Saiurday last to Messrs. Brown & Stewart
of Kingsville. The abutments being al
ready up, their contract only covers the wood
work. We do not hear that there were any
otimr bidders. - - .: ". ( :
While Mrs: E. Woodworth, of E.ist Conn
aut was milking a cow another cow attacked the
'one she was milking, aud in the melee that n
sued, Mrs. Woodworth was throwu Jown and
ber breast Mapped upon and partially cruslii d.
She was taken up senseless, and Is mill suit' r
iug severely, but her recovery, is now prob
able. ; - ''' ' "
. On Wednesday of last week a drove of lino
cows, belonging to different owners, found at
large, were taken up aud impounded by the
Marshal, On Thursday night the pound was
broken open and the cattle released, A son of
Henry M'Gargle baa since been placed in the
lock-up to answer for his assumption of supe
riority to law. ' Tbis kiud ol discipline will,
probably, have a salutary effect upon pound-
Landlord Field of the Fisk House, In-
, tends to make his guests comfortable o'niijUts,
Uwe judge irom me nurauer or new mat treses
'with which his bouse It being furnished.
I n, nrimia a n if Nifmlilni, Mt a.lfla . ...... .1.
ni.rha.na. to that anm nf luimun hanniniwA
about the bouse. ! And Field shows
cleverness in making ample provision In this
direction. ' "" -'' " -
Joan M. Waters, builler, says the Be'nti-
is to put up a brick round-house tW the
engine of the A. Y. & P. road on the flats at
Ashtabula, with, ultimately, 8 stall.. At
present only one Quarter of U will be built. "
Mr. Wau-rs, besidee the Haskell block, on
which be U now engaged, has the contract for
tha abatmenta of the bridge lu the rear of the
Tillage, and ha already begun the work of de
molishing the old ones. ""
American UuuE.-rTljis Jlouse, at the Do-
Pot, under the management of Mr. Booth, of
fer very handy accommodations Jor traveler
AS railroad men, and the well-kuown charao
r of the proprietor for fair dealing and mod
rate charge, couuneud it to tha patronage ol'
public Mr. Booth's card will be found
oong oufReir advertlseoient thia week, and
It proper place in the card column, afteW
A Bio Oji,-W are Indebted to Capt.
BChch, of the harbor, for a sample white fish
of his catching, which I seldom equaled In
size and weight by anything taken from these
water. At taken from hi native element his
weight was 18,'f pounds. We understand that
fish of this specie are tomellmea taker) In
Lake Superior that run as high as SO pounds.
Capt. Bnrch will receive our thanks for hi:
thoughtful generosity. Dealers in while fish
will find the captain generous and reliable In
all business transactions.
Oott ltock Creek friends had a visit one eve
nlng last week from the Orwell Band, with the
Intention of giving a concert. Mayor Wilcox,
always actuated by generous Impulse.
thought It raMier exclusive to shut them up lu
a hall, and then require an ndnitxalon fee,
suggested that they play In the opnn nir, anJ
himself passed round the hat, and raised some
IS which Without any draw back, was about
aa well as could be expected, and every Iwxly
was better pleased. The band, we learn, is an
improving and prospering one.
Gas. The growing consequence of this
place is evidenced by another enterprise Just
determined upon. Mr. Luck, from Tilusvile,
we believe, who sometime since endeavored to
enlist our citizens in the formation of a gas
company, has now, we learn, leased a spot on
the creek bank, near Fuller's stable, with the
determination of going ahead on his own re
sponsibility, and will put np the necensary
machinery for the manufacture of gas for the
village, and expects in about ninety cl.iys to
have the establishment in running order. The
machinery, our Informant says, is now on the
way. So we go.
The recent change of time table anil the re
moving of trains from the line by the L. S. &
M. S. company has had the iflVct to leave our
Couneaut friends without the accommodations
before enjoyed, and which they very much de
sire. The consiquence la, the liepoiter has
opened battery upon the Commodore, and is
saying many hard things about the old li llnw
and his policy. Petitions have been soul iu
for a restoration of privileges, and as no effect
Is produced, threats are resorted to and a re
duction of speed to four miles an hour, of all
rains passing through the village, is recom
mended. Geneva, also shorn of hr privileges,
Is petitioning for relief, or restoration.
Pic-nic Excursion. An excursion party
made up at Home station from the towns of
Rome, Cherry Valley, New Lyme, Uartagrove,
and Colebrook,, with contributions from Or
well, Morgan, Austlnhurg and Eagleyllle, and
numbering some 800 or more, passed through
town on Its way to the harbor, ou Thursday
morning Inst. ; ,It is to be regretted that the
weather was not the most favorable for the
highest enjoyment of such an occasion it be
ing cloudy, blustering and cool. Our frieuds
in the interior will find these excursions full of
pleasure when tho weather is right, and those
who have been more or less tamiliar with the
harbor in earlier days, will be surprised at the
changes that have and are taking place.
Harness Work. We have no better me
chanics In this region, than our next door
neighbor, Williamson. Iu fine tasteful har
ness work, he does not expect to bo outdone.
Beside his ability lor work, his hair is straight
nd bis heart in the right place, and what he
undertakes is done upon principle. This, his
customers, we believe, are free to acknowl
edge His impulses being right, he has come
to the conclusion that steady, sober, persever-
ng application is the surest road to thrift aud
Is now bending his energies to buslmss en
gagement, and their prompt and faithful Ali
ment. Orders for repairing as . well as new
.ork, I litre lore, will be luithfully attended to
and satisfaction guaranteed, ' .
The harness upon the editorial Bucepha-
ous may be taken as a sample of the. work of
bis establishment. ' 1 1 ' '
The Revenue Cutter Perry, Capt. Ottinqer,
came into our Harbor from the(Eaat on Sun-
dny last, and laid over until Monday noon,
w ben, in obedience to a telegram, from head
quarters, he made a hurried start eastward
agaiu. The lapse of a year since last the Cap
tain paid our Harbor a visit, has made no
marked inroads either spiritually or physic
ally, upon the veteran sailor nor has he lost
any of bis generous aud gentlemanly bearing.
The revenue service has no more intelligent
and vigilant office jliau the Captain of the
Perry. Many of our citizens visited the ves
uol during the stay ,'and ull express themselves
delighted with the attention paid them and
the order and neatness that were ever where
apparent tliioughout this fine yeasel. We
miased Lt. Tutlle, whose pleasant acquaint
ance we made last year, he h iving been trans
ferred to , Portland, Me. but hud the plea
tire ol seeing again Chief Eugineer.WnEELEU
who continues to till the post then occupied
by him. Our Commercial importance is like
ly W make ibis a more frequented port by
tida cruiser. The Captain inform us that his
jurisdiction has been somewhat extended, and
that his ord r require bis supervision over
most of the lake harbors extending from
Erie to Toledo. . ..' ,
Oil. The rtcifl strikes for big wells iu the
oil regions have caused the utmost consterna
tion among the oil brokers aud liealers in crude
petroleum. The Parker's L'tndiug crude oil
uiiirket, which goVerus that of Pittsburg, open
ed on the I lib, with sales at $1,47. Tbis did
uot last long am) piitX'S began t tumble'-
The new Thompson well, recently struck, at
Parker's L uduug, has commenced spoining,
aud is uow repyrted doing 1,500 barrels. On
the 10th, another well was struck, and in : live
hours the yield was 200 barrels. The Batter
field well, which was ttruck laBt Saiurday,
did 1.800 h.-:rrels. tank measure, and in twenty
four hours. When the fact . of , tut ee big
strike became noised about among the oil spec
ulators prices fluctuated. And oil ha been
offen d at 1.10 per barrel, and no buyers. In
all probability oil will go down to $1 per bar
rel. . , ... .........
Now all the producers have got to much
oil. it is like an elephant on their shoulders,
they have no where to ut it. Iu. the
oil country money la much" nure easy to get
tban tankage, and many owuers oi well' wiN
be compelled to let. the oil into Oil Croek, lor
want of a placu to put it. " -
i Many pecnlattr predict that oil will reach
$1 and possibly t-lgbty to ninety cents -be lore
tlie week close. . ' ; .
Marine—Port of Ashtabula.
, 18th-scow Perry W kite, Capt,, Ba
ker, from BuBalo aud Port Burwell, with 0 M.
shingles and 800 bis. exit for Hubbard A Co.,
and a00 bis. lor Faulkner & Son.
! August 18th tug Dragon. Capt. ' Downs,
from Erie, charti red for the season by the A
Y. & P. Co. T''J Dragon is of 83 t,on, and of
sufficient size and power lor any harbor pr
dredge work. , 1 . ''' ' ,,'
' August' 18tli-chr. TKomai Gawn, Capt.
Wallace, frouClewlaud, with 778 too ore,
eonugnedjo Reddingtoo 4j Adame. Draft 1 J ft
Tn L. B. A M. ft. Co. On and after Au
gust 0tb, 1 973. until further notice, the run
ning ol passenger train between Ashtabula
and Ashtabula Harbor will be discontinued.
Tub Passenger building of the A. Y. A P,
Station Is now Inclosed and painted, with
slate roof. It I a tasteful, and very comely
structure, and will afford room for pleasant
accomodations for tho resident nflloer of the
company In tho second story.
Four hundred and fifty ol Mr. Vanderbllt's
locomotive engineers on the uiidaon Kiv
er and New York Central Railroads petition
the Commodore to put an end 16 the Sunday
trains. If these engineer were only bones,
what a grand Held for Mr. Bcrgk would hero
be found. But a they are only lien, and
brutes, we suppose be can't Interfere even
though thirty train over this road are run on
Sunday, taking away the church and family
privileges, end undermining the health, of a
multitude of men.
The lollowlng arrests were made since onr
last issue, and tried belore Mayor King.
Satckdat. Edward Hazeltine and Pat
rick ISpeuuer, drunk. Each flui d $4 and costs.
At a Rtatkd Co aacaicAua of Rlrfns Bun Lodss.
No. , T. A A. M.. held at Iheli hall. Aninmt the ftlh.
1KT1, the follow tun prtanibl aud reioluUona wen
WBRRKA. It nlM.l Ih. Bnn m. Ar.hU nt
the U, verttfl r.milV fnim hia lulu.ra n,wn arh nlir
beloved liroiher. John Makr. calling Mm lo thai j'nrtg
meat which awalta all who ara tjtlinif In thla earthly
lemple ; and, . .
WHKKKAe. the tfaonlc. lle which hava honnit na. In
muuial rriemlfltlp to our brother are e-vereci. no mere
tube reunited until Hint v. hen th ot ah-11
yield op Its dead ; therefore
Rtmlvtd, That we alnporcly mount thla disruption of
covenanted frlcndhip. bearing In lender remembrance
hl fidelity to Maaoury.and hie de vol loo to the ptlncl
Klu It Incttlcatts.
Renirttl, That we elncerelr rympathlie with the
relative" and trli nti or our rtereaaetl broiler. hopltiR
they may pin their trnn In lllm ho In a Father to the
urplm . and who doeth all thing well.
lieunlrsd. Thnt In tni-mnrv nf niip ilfnat.t..1 krv.tv...
the J.odjte wear the neuel badfru of niouriiltio for thlity
A. C. TOWNE, Sec'y.
Re. Mr. Chamhertaln or Springfield, Pa., occnplrd
the deak of the Pruahyteilan clinrch, laet Sabbath, to
exel anire. Our young piople are holding their weekly
prayer moetliiit reffularly, and a Ilyely Interest In
them l kept up. ,
W e preaent, also, this week, the name of Mr. Grover
of Harti-grove, for the offlca of Treasurer. Ilia fellow-
citizens believe that atnoi.jr Ihe caadldatea lor Ihla of
fice, none aurpata him In fltneaa for the ponltlon.
Ed. TtltgrapkTM la rery much complaint here
with rererecee to the lack of trmrvllbg I icllltltlea by
rail since the late time table went Into effect on t!-e L.
8. & M. 8. R. R. Prior to the A-htabola ft Jamestown
R. R. putting trains on tho road, many were antici
pating the flue chance to fret out to Jefferson and back
by rail, but now the chances of getting out and back
by footing It are far superior. Home close calculator
haa figure lout the result that for Kingsville accommo
datlnna. trains called "tri weekly trains'' have been
established from the fact that but three chances for
getting away can be had, and the balance ;of the week
la spent iu trying to get back, and thus the significance
of the title. Now, this, remember, la established prac
tically for our benefit, and thus wo are a grateful peo
ple Just now. but when the moon change! we know
ajt what may betide n, and yet If the changes made
could but assume the regularity that the moone phases
do, we then woul J bo cotup.iraltvely hippy. But then
such a great thorotigTare passing though, as It does, the
domain of our northern boundary and the Tillage of
North Kingsville with Us stupendous trains, affords s
As before announced, our nigh school commences
on tho lath Inst., Prof. ; 3 . P. Treat aa Principal and
Mlea P. Iferd aa Preceptress, Mlti Bard Is a graduate
of (irand River Institute, Aastlnburg, and with Mr.
Treat stands at the bead of the profession. With the
Internal arrangements of Ihe school building changed
much for the better, etc., we expect at no late day to
give a good account of our educational Interests and
standing. With the exception of our North Kings,
vllle school and district, all qualified as per examina
tion of such as reside wlthiu the township and tender
91 years or age, can attt'Ld free cf charge; and the
young ladles and gentlemen thua can lay In stores
mine of wealth. A word to the wise la sufficient.
The Choral Union have an Invitation extended to
them by Supt. Curtis to meet at the Inflrinaiy i.ejt
Monday evening, and do up some of their "level best"
singing for the .benefit or If Inmates, as well as all
concerned. Of course, all are clearing theti throats
for the occasion, and already singing peana of praise
to Mr. Curtis, for his volunteer work In getting a pi
ano there and back, and general thouglitftilness to
wards securing much pleasure and comfort to thoss.
under hta effarge. Such acts speak volumes tn his praise
sight rather pleasing when we don't want to go tn
yxur village snd back the asms day; but with vhick,
ihoe-lesther, and horseflesh, wa can, In primitive style,
make ourselves contented and happy.
Dwight L. Cko8bt We are pleased 'tn
place among the annoucemenls for county ft
tlces, the name of D. L. Crosby, of Rock Creek,
who is popularly known In the county, and'
enioyslhe confidence, especialy of those who
know him best the citizens of bis owu town
ship and vicinity.
We would also c ill attention to the card of
Capt. 8. H. Cook,, of Lenox, whose friends
endorse him as eminently fitted for the offlte
or Treasurer. We have not the tl a-nire of
Mr. Cook acquaintance but have no hesitation,
iron, uiese endorsements, commending him
to t he favorable alt U'lon oflhe convention.
We have also to call attention to the an
nouncement of Capt. R. L. Jomks, of Wayne.
The Captain has a good war record and has
bi en a steady, active republican, and his clear
ness of head, aud business qualities, will we
doubt not give him a favorable position before
the convention. . ...
"Oh, why should the aplri' of mortal ho proud t"
This pii ce of didactic v rse, though proba
bly not new to many of our readers, yel, Is,
probably, old enough, und so hir out of mind,
as to warrant Its renewal and revival. It will
be recollected as a part of the mental stores of
the philosophical mind of the revered and la
mented Lincoln, and kept fresh by frequent
rehersal from memory. Man cannot 'familiar
ize himself with such sentiments, without be
ing better and happier.' . . .
I.Ist of Patents issued from the United state
patent Olllce to Ohio Inventors, for the week end
ing July SJ.1781 and each lienring that date, lur
nMicd ilii- p. j-r by Cox & Cox, boliciioia ol Pat enla
Waahiugtou. D. (!.
Music notation J. P. Powell. Cincinnati.
Sharpening Machine S. F. Emerson, Ak
ron, i -.
fucking for Piston Rods, tfcc II. Ileston,
Truss Bridge J. II. Hunter and J. Rice,
Carriage "Seat J. N. Miller, Belllonlaine.
Manufacturer for Push Top for Watches
Ladder J. Eagon, Batesville.
8leam Boiler 8. Hilly, Daylon
Combined Bash Fastener aud Weather Strip
E- J. Sprague, Youngstown.
Bag Uoldi r C. 11. Thomas, Williamsburg
Connecting Rod B. F. Wilson, Salem.
'. If there were n6 "new parly" trying to form
in any other Stale, the late experiment in
Ohio would have mi "worn importance than,
'Allen couutv." where it originated. Km thin.
Ohio dodge was Intended to lie ihe nucleus of
a new party all over tua Uleavetl Union an
'Independent party" forsooth ; and yet these
Ohio chap got together, stole throe-fourths
af their platform from the Republican party
and omitted the very plauk on which local
iuilepenUent partiea in the West are trying to
aland. They dbsolulcly Ignored -the railroad
monopony plank. They entirely forgot the
farmers. They were so engrossed In politics,
that the new position, and searching for a
ntme, that they forget the ' numerous Uitle
country new parllt" wailing to receive a
new departure Inspiration. They will be for-
Solton. Indeed tha "ihe new parly" lu Ohio
i already dead, if not torgotton. ; ,
KINGSVILLE. Rock Island (Ill.) Union.
ImTThe wheat crop oflhe United Statei for
1878 Is. ei peeled by the Agricultural Depart
mentto reach J20,000,000 bushels. Illinois
will harvest 11 per cent, lea corn than usual.
CsTIhe returns from August etecllon In
Kentucky, show gratifying gains for the Re'
publican. They having mode a net gain ol 13
in the legislature.
IWThe new departures have already been
christened "Ihe nameless party," "the what la
li f" "the homeless party" and "the love lorn
parly," by tho Cincinnati Enauittr. Borne
oiher paper calls It tho "new p:rty of free
tW"TUt Chinese Oong" was the name ap
plied to Hon. Wm. Allen, the Democratic can
didate for Governor, years ago. The Clcve
la-id Herald remarks that the name is still
appropriate, a he U brought out merely lo be
"beaten.' ' ,
HTTbe St, Loul Democrat thus rtates the
Case: The six Republicans of Ohio who left
the party last fall, and would not vote tor
Oranl, are trying lo control the Democratic
nominee lor Ooveruor of that Sis'e. The
250,000 Democrats are wondering w hat is the
best thing to do about it.
Joseph Arch, the eloquent English farm la
borer, b coming over lo this country to sec
w helher skilled farm hands are needed among
us. If they are he will ninke atrangt ments to
send hither large number of the supernu
merary firm laborers who now fill the agricul
tural counties ol England.
t"Gcn. Duller has put a slicking piaster
on Hon. George F. Hoar, who drew his .back
pay and turned It over to an educational in-
slllulion in bis district. Some people need
trlory more than Ibey need butcher's meat, said
Benjamin i F. nnd vi-jtvena. Butler spent his
back pay for butcher' meat, while Hoar spent
his for glory. Each one put his back. pay
where he thought it would do him the most
HTTbe Massachusetts Democracy, have
termined to stand by the organization, to
put np a.stralght lickci, and to vote for But
ler til the Republican primaries, as they did
two year ago. Indeed, it in suspected by the
ami Butler ltcpiiblicnua that the Democratic
stage-load, or u majority ot them, intend to
Vole for Butler in lb ; election if he gets the
nomination.- The Irish aud the stloon. keep
ers are said to prefer him to auy other can
didate. tSTPresident Grant bns given his official
approvals of ihe new rules prcparul by the
Civil Service Board last June, and promises
that they shall be put into operation as soon
as necissary arrangements can be made.
Among oilier things, the rules provide that,
for the convenience tf competitors lor Gov
ernment positions, the States shall be divided
in five groups, in eacli of w hich examinations
m ay be held, sut ject to the central dinclion
of tiie Board.
CSTThere is a rumor in Boston that the old.
lime Abolition agitator, Francis W. Bird, the
last yeat'a Greeley candidate for Governor of
Massachusetts, will seekuew reafHliatlon with
the Republican pat ty for the purpose of aiding
Ben Butler ; not, it is said, that be loves Ben,
but that he dislikes all such as Dawes, and the
Honrs, aud the weak-backed salnry-grabU rs
generally, who have made it impossible that
Butler can be killed off, this year, without glo
ry and agrandlzemeut to themselves.
f3Tlt one may credit comments of a portinn
of ihe American press, the conduct of the
Queen in asking lor marriage allowance for
the Duke of Ediuburgh was shabby In the ex
treme. It strikes us, however, that if would
be a good dcul Hhabbier, so long its England
concludes to indnlu In the luxury of a royal
laniily, for her to hit) to provide for them re5
spectub'y; nor are we Amciicans, with our
back -pay salary grab, our Credit Mobiliur, and
a few oilier tilings of that sort, eligibly situa
ted for throwing stones at triitis-ulhintic jtlitss
housef. . . a
flT It is an established fact in the belief of
all right nttiuled men, 'say the New York
Pot that William M Tweed, and a few. others
associated with 1dm, hve stolen Irom the city
and "county treasury of New, Yoik, on vari
ous pretenses, aid by a variety of means while
they were in the eity Government, the sum of
about $30,00,000. lPIs also a potable and
unexplained fact bat not ne of tho men who
monstrofTHly enriched themselves at the ex
penscgpf the people, baveever, by any legal
ptjfcetidmgs, been compelled to disgorge a sin
gle chdjar of'lhis enormous theft, or punished
for the a'ci ' "
CgAnotlicr question has arisen concerning
the Virgiuius which may damage ber statu!
materially. It U said that she is really the
property of a South Amcricau Republic, which
bought her two years as:. Should Ihis prove
to be true, the not ouly has forfeited all right
to our protection, hut will be seized by our
crusiera wherever found, and condemned for
having fraudulently claimed aafe couduct out
of Aspinwall harbor on the ground that she
was an Americun vessel. . .
tSTWilliam Allen, whom the Democrats
have nominated for Governor of Ohio, whs a
Senator in Congress from 1837 to 1849, twilve
years, and had previously served In (he Lower
House, Iiitliosf days lie was a famous ora
tor auda power in the laud, but since 1840 lie
has lived quietly on bis I arm near Chilllcolhe.
Among bis contemporary Senators sheveled
lu 1848, were John A. Dix, Sidney Breese, and
Billion Cameron, all now again in active pub
lic life, and Mr. Allen is said lo be aa young a
man as they.
HT There Is a movement in Canada in favor
of a Prohibitory Liquor Law, and fears are
expri ased by some whether In the present stair
of public opinion It could be made to work ef
fectually'!' A' movement has now been started
tor the enacitnntby the loc.il L 'gl-datore of
vjiitarto- jTovincei, ol a civil D,mnii;e Law,
similar 'to, lh- Aduir Law In this State, the
principle -und riving which commeuds it to
Ihe judgment of nearly all classes but the li
quor sellers themselves.
fiPThe "audieuce question" has been set
tled, in, China. , The absurd "kotow nine
times burnpiug the head upon the ground
obedience, beietofore required of every one,
even of diplomatic; rank, appearing before the
Emperor, has been yielded, and the first dip
lomatic reception nf the Ministers at Pekin.was
held by the Emperor June 29lh. China is evi
dently beginning to move, though the pro
gress may be slow, t The Einepror, in the re
cent audience, received the diplomats person
ally at bis palace. .' w
y The Union Psciflo Is In trouble about
aome of Its lund grants. ' The Government ha
hardened its heurt ' against this once favorite
corporation, and refuse to Issue patents to it
for the alternate sections It claim in Nebraska
and the Territories. This, on the ground that
tberoud la. not finished as a first-class road,
and w 111. not so be considered until a new com
missioner, shall examine and pronounce it
such.'. To make the mailer worse, the Com
pany has already sold a large portion of these
land to aethers, fJvluj, Ibstn bouthi lo convey
PovntTTor TUB HotJTfir.itH STATM A
correspondent of the New York Trilmn ha
collected front Ih census report of 1870 an
exhibit of the value of property In the Hontb
ern Slate. The comparison with the value of
J 800, a shown by the census erf that year,
makes startling showing of the Impoverish
ment of Ihe South within the last .decade.
Reducing the value of both periods to gold
basis, snd deducting f 2,000,000,000 for the
slaves ff 1800 not represented as properly in
1870. The value of the property In thirteen
of the Southern Slates, excluding Delewarc,
Maryland aid Missouri, was t3,933,D0,029 In
1800, and lo 1870 2,782,203, 429, or an actu
al lose In ten years of 80 per Cent of Ih value
of all property.
IH ColohaOo Dustier, This I an im
mense arid basin exlending from ihe southern
boundary of L'lsh to the bead of the Gulf of
California. It la about six hundred milt
from north to sou h, and of width varying
from thirty to three hundred mile. The diy
sand of this great basin offer 110 Inducement
to Ihe furor r or stock raiser, and are as drea
ry and iuhorpiiithle as the Assyrian wastes.
Ti e hot wii.ds from the arid basin affects un
favorably the climate of neighboring cultiva
ted regions. Desert are more apt lo extend
than to contract if kl alone, and how to Sub
due Ihe Colerdo ties, rl has long been a prob
b m. Mr Isaac K. James, late Chier Engineer
of the Truckec and Virginia City Railroad,
left San Diego, California, in the early part of
Joly to explore Colorado basin to the head
of the Gulf of California, with the view of as
certaining the possibility of turning ihe wa
ters or the gulf iuio the bindo. Mr. James is
very confident that the greater part of the des
ert is fur below tide water, and that the cul
ling ore canal from the gulf to the depression
would result in the formation of an extensive
in.' md sea. The project is worthy of careful
study, fur the climatic changes likely to be
produced by the introdtictioii.of such an im
mense volume ol water would doubtless be very
icnenciul to the surrounding Slutis and Ter
Anciknt Thoy. The New York Journal
of f.'emmeree.publifche the following cxiract
from a piivale letter, showing the successor
the party engaged iu excavatiug the ruins
ol ihe ancient Troy. The writer of the letier
is Mrs. Frances, wife of the Americun Miuister
to Greece :
"Athens, Gitetcic, June 25, 1873. Mr.
Schliemunn returned Irom Troy yesterday.
He has completed his excavations, a.lcr tur.-e
yeurs ot IsOor, liy a grutid-uiosler Btroke. He
Uas discovered 1 tie P.ihice Piiun and luro
treasures ol gold and silver. He has carried
away with him forty large custs Continuing
various articles, also lillcen baskets of ri al
treasures. We Culled upon littii lo day at his
resitieuc lor the purpose of exaini'iiiug his
collection. I ssw in Ins house gold goolcls
uud vases, which shine, jtisl like Hie gold ol
our nye. I id 30 saw some beautiful Jn-ad or
nameiils niude ol gold, massivts uud well made,
resembling those now worn by tlie modern
Greeks, 'lucre is a gold goblet weighing near
ly three pounds, ulso a quantity ol Miia.i, round
eur-rings, sucli us are used aud woru by cuil
dren iu our duys."
From a New York Letter to the Telegraph.
Bad Gas and Low Morality. The qual
ity of the Brooklyn street gus is gelling lo be
beyond all endurance. A merchant residing
iu Joralemou slr et has been lu the habit of
lurking behind ihe tree boxes for several
nights. past to catch a parly whom he suspect
ed of surreptitiously visiting bis wife. The
other evening he was surprised by Ihe base
Lothario himself, who mistook him in the dark,
lor a favored rival, uud beul him within un
inch of bis lilc. The uuforluuule husUuud
only saved himself by striking a match. Upon
discovering his' error the assailant humbly
apologised, and sagaciously remarked thnt
no community which payed taxes upon such
gas as that could long expect to preserve its
Both political parties have substantially
rend out the buck-salary Congressmen.
Through Ihis means the Democracy of Ohio
will lose (lie slump services tills veiir.'of Lew
is Campbell, Cumberland, Gap Morgan, Phil
sdelph Van Trump, Frank McKiuney,
Charles L. Lamisou, and Ozro J. Dodds.
Well these citizens can go fishing this cam-
Ealgn with Aaron F. Perry, Job E. Stevenson,
1. b. Peck, W. P. Bpragti", J. F. Wilson,
John A. Biuirhaii,, and Jacob A. Ambler, nil
Republican members of C ingress from Ohio,
who pocketed the "grab.1 Cleveland Plain
' The votingof that back salary was stealing,
and stealing is a sin, and Ben Butler, "the. wa
ges of sin is death." Mukc yonr peace and
prepare to go dnwn. Adrian (Mich) Pren. -
tSPThe San Francisco Chronicle s'aya that
the importation of Chinese, women for prosti
tution into that city is carried on only by two
Chinese, who have a regular, organized fight
ing force of three hundred men, and -4hal all
attempts, on the part of respectable) Chinese
merchants to prevent the Iraltlo in women has
been futile. The two villains engaged In the
truffle an- named Poy and Tong. A soon as
a steamer arrives lr ni .China carriagts are
sent to the wharf to remove Ihe Imported wo
men, who are taken, lo the hotiso ot tlu sa. ras
culs win re each owner calling gels his woman
by paying f40, and if auy default is made by
the person who had engaged woman site is
sold to pay charges. These two Importers ol
human flesh have brought over more than
0,000 women, and have realized from their
ASHTABULA, Aug. 16th 1873.
Wheat No, 1 White $1 AO
-No. 1 lied .... 1 15 to 1 60
' 18 to ao
In to is
is to in
14 to IA
40 Co 45
00 In the ear
Oatb. old ,
Corn Meal per ton
Chopped Feed Corn and oats..
From the Chicago Tribune.
The Chicago produce markets were quite active on
Tueadav, tha 181 h, for Ihe aeasou. Mess pork was In
fair demand and a ahado Inner at $16 00, cash. Lard
was more active and Arm at ty c for winter and 10 for
summer rendered. M.-alft were quiet and arm at 10&1S
eta for aweet pickled bams. Lake freights were active
at 4140 for corn to Buffalo. Flour was quiet and strong.
Who Iwaa active and li hluher. . losing at$l ,
cash. Corn was active aud ).e higher, closing at SS)fo
cash. Oata were dull and unchanged, at S7Jc. Bar
ley was more active, closing at DlXe. Rye was active
at SO. On Saturday evening last there was In store In
the city tol.eaiba wuot, l,U6.4H0 bu corn, 410.071 ba
oats, SI.SiW ba rye aud 44 Tn bu barley. Iloga were ac
tive and averaged 10 cents higher, with aalea at (4,63
4 US. Cattle remain dull Bod unsettled quutalile at
t OOJM to. Tha sheep trade was qui et at W-
: laox Citt Oou.(a.W call attention to tha ad
vwrtlsemeut in another column, of this popular and
successful business colleite. It Is aa Institution e
long aundlag, with an established reputation for tho.
ouvhueea and efficiency, and baa long been regarded
as tlie leading Commercial School to the United States.
Aa will ba seen from lis circular, which will be sent
you e aaplieaHan, iMelaeee nu In flow all -paita of
lbs country do not heatute to give It a prefereaca eves
all other business colleirea.
! A, few thousand Hemlock Shingles of first qually
also soma common Hemlock Lumber and Fencing, for
sals b-ii.L.aovaJh oi KUutsvlUa. SI lowest market
On to oh-htrro's and a klstii.fnnM at k of
Furniture, wklcb he MIHrhrape than tha cheapest,
Te rensasistHM.-Tk, advertiser, having bees
permanently cored of that dread disease. Consult ptloa,
by a simple remedy. Is aaalox to make known his
fellow sonVtera lbs means of enre. To all who desire
It. ha win sml a e(ry lbs prescription used, (free of
charge,) with Ibedlractloas for preparlnt aiid nslna: tha
same, whirl, they wilt And S vr t'srr r Voiuatnpion,
Am lima, nronfhU itfi.
Parties ulslilng the prescription will please
1-J H. v. KDWAHI) A. WII.SOX, .
lea Prnn atreei, Wllllamshnrgh, N. T.
Sn.r I(.h ass. Ducro baa a eradl last only seeds tn
he set aiming, and the mMherls left to attend to honaaw
hold duties while the t by sleep.
Oo lo John Deem s new Mora and e hia rlegaut
new styles of furniture, which he sells at asUrlshliig
ly low prices.
We Claim that MimSawtib's Salvs Is entirety
different from sll others.
7hV HL'.n mr9 "7 """r vod "aires offered
for aula but none a good aa Miss Sawyer's Balva.
That every family shonld bar a box.
That It will do all and area mora than It la reeomend
ed to do.
Put op la boxes at SO cents each. Bold by sll Drug.
... ..ener-on. nngnnzd, hy K. B. Leonard, Bn., Mr.
a iW'i ! 'sa Jessie Uasbis, both of
At the City ll rtel. CIrHard. An?nt Sth by Oeo. A.
KoPV. Kn tMr M n II..... .. u ..l J. . , ..
Ass Tairr, of Amboy.
In Kftrhrrw.lr 1b. Intkl t. o r . .
B - --"- J wt, . iHimrx, sr.
KRIT K Fair. 'Maun ... U. .. . I . . . u'
h jus.. . . r n"
AiinoaiKeeienu rree-.Oommendatory Notlees.hali rale
tn Horhnuik 1 9.1 I . u . . . . .
In MonrfM Anwital Kih W u . . . a u .
til FtlchmdnH Anr.nat O' I. ..I . .. J .u
h n1 ik.. c . son l I,c and Lucy Leonard. In
..". ;or ruiTiTiug ins i in itrottier only is days.
in urweii, August Sth, of whooping coagh. Pa
Tiitsre. daughter of Wm. and Nary Aduicoti, sgi-0
In Plymouth on the third day of An"nst by K,I
wirl Itiro-r f. j, L ilosusomo , of Ash
Uhula. to Miss Hattie Laoranoe ot Plymouth.
IX VELOI'ES. Ilavinp: a.l.kd a iare'e
atock of Knrr)pirB era are iirM.Ml , r.
them prluted.at about the sme pHe, as plain.
THE CLOTHIER !
2Tio and See Business.3
Just spend a few minutes In looking through the
ELEGANT STOCK OK MES'S. BOT8 and
CUILDREX'8 CLOTHING, at L'UOIIMED'EU'S
SIGN OF THE BIG II AT J
Look through their Splen liil Stock of
Tlie IT AT and CAP Department is
: ' Complete. Prices Pe'oie any
' other house in the trade.
in. B. New buy you Clothing, lists and Caps,
- V ; -
sod Furnishing Goods or J. B. L'UOMIIEOIEU
v ."..'-- i '
nd yon will save from f5 to (10 on every suit, and
yoa will gel good, substantial goods. and uosboddy.
BIU'CE'S B'.OCK, Adjoining Tombes A Bro.'s
(Jrocery House, A3UTABILA OHIO;
J. E. L'HOMMEDIEt'.
Sign of the Big I tat.
ROAD NOTICE. ... ".
IN OTICE is hereby given that a pcti-
tlon will he prestNitud to tho Commislonors of Ashta
bula County at their next meeting, on the irst Monday
lr. Heptembrr, asking ihvm to hty out and estahlish a
County hvad. ommenclug ou the east and wet Center
nsid, in the township ot Konse, of raid county, t the
south-east cotner of land now owned hy the A., V. ss
P. Rstlroad Company, nrar Mr. John Onckers, and run
ning northerly one thousand (Limit) teet. thence el
erlv one hutidred aud flftv 1150! feet, thence northerly
about three-fourths (t of a mile to an east and west
road ruunlng rroiu u. c. ackieys to riiueva. Home.
Home, August 4th, 1873. 41181
Sheriff as Special Master Commissioner.
8'ile of Lands and Tenements.
AthUibuln Common PUai, June Term, 1873.
George K. Tower 1
Amlnst V . . Order of Bale.
Joseph Auaer, et ax. f
By virtue of an Order of Bale duly Issued from said
Court In the above case to me directed, I will ooVr for
stile by way of public auction, at the door or the Court
House In Jvderson. Aahlaboia Couutr. Ohio, on Mon
day ihe lain day of Augut, A. li. IKJ8, between the
nours oi lo ana 11 clock A. M. Of saiu uay. cue niiiow
Ing deacri lied Landa aud Tenements to wit: situated
lu Iho villnge of Arhtabnla. In said County of Ashta
bula and 8ute of Ohio, aud know aa bclug Lot No.
Thirty-eight (38) in Frederic Kinsman's town plat tn
said village ; asid lot frouta on Park street one chain,
and Is two chains and fifty links deep, excepting aud
reserving twenty two (toil feeet Anm the south part of
the above described lot. It being the same land deeded
lo said tJusanuak Auaer by Peter Klca. November Htb,
lHTn, he the same more or less, but su'ijoct to all legal
highways. Appraised at $ Terms, cavh.
A. W. UTILES,
Sheriff as Special Uaster Commissioner,
i K. H. FITCH, Attorney for Plslntlff.
BherirsOtlloa, July 181 h, 1M7S. ts B(li8
xVldL persona are heriby warned atrainst
iakiug or retnovluir auf Hand or Gravel from the lirem
Ues of the subscriber, from and sf.er this dale, with
out lrat paying for tha aaius.
: H. BDBBARD A CO.
Asaaabala, Janes, lim. IWt.
COAL, WATER-LIME, SAND, &a
not ft cherk, mo.
Ke Y. U ILLEY Jc CO., dealer in
rirrsBLRcin, lowkix minkral mo
Hard Stoho Coal,
famished by Car er Ton. "
Also, WHITE LIME. WATER LIME,
rj,A8TE.t, LAKE BAND, UAIIl
A shire of the public pslronagu Is respectfully aullcllcel.
k..k Crei k D. p'.t.
Iloci Cretk. Ohio.
t- found n-pularly at the
I as Htuslr..d I. - II. -. S .
stand or the .oWritH n the Vlllsge si the sign of the
"iiiim it UUIill I T i
nun sun wvainrr. when It shall be less
tt"rL"i. Z. J, .. ,"PI,lr will also he kept of HALT
n ai tn nun, frM whlrb a selection mar he hsd.
a i. k , . . CIIA8. BL'HHAI.L.
A.t.tsbnla. July mi. 100
To trhom it mi) Couernt ;
VOTICE h henby pi von that my
Jtsnnrrt A. s, has left my her and
board without jn-t provirstlon or cause. All persons
are herer,. warti.:d not to trn-t said person on my sc.
count as I will pay no billa of her contracting after this
"'V- . , . 1AMKL WOOD.
Plymontb. O., July 81t. UTS. ltlxau
N tl;i- ICtli Jav of AupiiMt, 1873, the
t-fs of A-htahiiia fownshlp will, at the Beckwitb
Kchool llou-e KWrm the hours of t and r. ., let to
the low..i M.!,,:r all f . c.-ruin ditch, (which was lo
csted Morch isd, Ikth.) thm shall not be completed at
tlint la;-- KIMI A It HALL, Township ( "erk.
Ashtabula. .Inly 8it, ikvs. it ltau
A N iiinisuiilly aclttt lwie of Pant PaU
X a. tern. Just received at nee
WATTE A 8ILLU
$3,000 FOR 20 CTS.
Before yon start ou a Journey, buy an Accident Ticket
of the Hallway Pauengers Aaanranee
of Hartrort Conn. Tickets for sale at railroad stations.
Auk for an Insurance Ticket.
The next term in t:ollprrp mnA Amm. kx.- ti
day. Kept. 4. The town is healthr and i.i...nt n..
Ioilo iiitelilgi nt and rflned.and in full srmpsthy with
the College. Cihtucts aud apparatus are iarge and ex
cellent: the number of volumes 9.1.IMX). Candida tea for
h i T laition and room rent remitted, and
-..-...u .......ei wwr.nj tiaurnw neeotllg It. 'I bs
attendauce the la-t two ;.sr much larger than befora.
A . . 1 r. ,lu K... i .1 . T li' . ............
a mwcai, . TT . AAUltSSB,
Grandest Scheme Ever Known.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
FOB THK BENEFIT OF THE
Public Library of Ky.
12,000 CASH GIFTS $1,500,000
Every Finn 'Ti.ket Draws a Gift.
A2GO.OOO I'OIl fBOO.
TTia- Pntirik n..M tav a-e . . . .
ctal met of the Lemtaiure for iHe benefit of the Pnblio
Ll brurv (if KHiitiic-Lrtr is-nl isL-a ...., i t.. v. 1 1
Hall, atL.uivuTe; K. ' """
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1873.
ri.i i v .1... .. .1... . i .. . . . . ...
' j i ,urM i iv c. r win ov soiu, ana ons-nair
of lliett aru inteuued for the European market, thua
-j .v. mib iu bite cuiieo oiates, wnera
luu.tino were disposed of for the Third Concert. Tha
lickL-ts are divided iuto ten coupon or parte ano have on
liit-tr Ui.ck the scheme, with a lull expiauaiion of tho
mode of drawing. L
At this coucert which will be the grandest maetcal
display ever ilnos.td lu this country, tho uuDrced not
ed sum of
divided iuto IS.UUU each girts will be distributed by lot
among (he ticket-h-lucre. The number of tickets to bo
drawu from oue wueul hy blind chllur. n, and tha gifts
LIT OP GIFTS.
GRAND CASH GIKT
OKANU CASll liiKT
OKA.NU UAMH GIKT
OKANU CASH GIFT
GUANO CASH GIKT
. . ou.nnu
. . 40.HUU
lAbti Glr IS eiu.otlU each....
CASH GlsTS 6.UU0 each ....
CASH 1.1 1-' IS
luu each ...
TOTAL, 1S.000 GIFTS. ALL CASH.
amouutiug to $100,000
The distribution will be Dosltire. whihr n th.
tlcketa are sold or uot, aud the la.Outt girte all paid In
prop rtiou to the tickeia aoid all nns..lil tirkvf. lwl,.
destroyed, as at the First aud Second Conceits.- aud
tin. p.. i -.u...,.wi I.. '
- .wr.vH.kU u. .".V. Hl.wlllg,
Price of Ticket t
hole tickets so ; halves 25 ; tenths, or each coupon
j; eleven W hole Tickets for 5iJ: iai Tickets for ,
t,tsjo; 113 Whole 'lickeU for Sj.uoO; Whole Tick
ets lor aiu.uuo. Ho diacuuni ou leas than uJ0 worth of
The uuiaralied snccess r.f the Third Gift Concert, as"
well as the ealislactiou lovmh h ih siM u
makes It only nocesaty loanuounce the Fourth, to in
run; the prompt sale of every Ticket. The Fourth
(lift t'-oocert will be eonrinrlml in ll I. Aa.-n ....
Third, aud full particulars may be learned from circa-
i.r-. woirn win ue ac-ui tree irom this office to all who
a,pl for 4 hem.
iicke-s now ready for sale, and all orders aceonvpsw
uiiMt hy the money promptly ailed. Liberal teruu giv
en to tho.e who buy w sell agaiu. i
..u . TnoS. R. BltAMLETTE,
Agent Publ Mhr. Ky.. and Manager Gift Concert. ?
Public Library Buildiug. Louisville. Ky.;
Writs) foe a Price List to T. H. JOHltMTOX,
Rniecb-loading nuot i.uus. 411 to stsi. Ootible Hbot
Guns, fx to $ in). Single Guns, 1 to tJ. Itidoa, ax
t.'tT.). Jtrvolvem. i lo 6. Fisiols. f 1 to Gua
insterlal, Fhhli'g 1 mkle, Ac. Laaua t-iscoeaTs to
oimkus ou ci.t'as. Army Guns, Kevolvers. Ac,
bought or trutled for. i otl seut by express C. 0.,l.f '
to he examined before paid for.
ONLY THl.VK t 3 CENTS
For a half a pint bottle of
The best and cheapest hitters made. They core all Bll-'
iit.us iiisrases. and are invani'inie as a preventive or
Fever aud AgHe. Dumb Ague, ( hills and Fever, etc.,:
ete. Mai'tltacturrd hy Pi OK VAN S UlTTKHS CO
O'wego, N. v.- Larg.' hotrlrs. full quarts, oue dollar.
rTvKur sale l,y all dragglsis. .
Hsving struggled twenty years between
lire aud death with A alb ma or Phtkla
to, I espvrimeuted myself hy by com
iHiundiug riKits and herbs, and inhaling tho
niMlii'lne thus obmlned. 1 foltunatelv dia-
iroverertHl a moot wonderful remedy and
-me cure ror Astnnia ana na amarea dis
eases. Warranted to relieve tho severest
... J l..H.Tv.m Instantly, so the patient can He
,i ... r.L-l snd sleeu eomfortahiv. ONE TUIAf.
PACCACESKNT DV MAIL FKEE OF CIIAHGE. Ad.
dress 1). LANOKLL. Apple Cretk, Wayne Co..Q.y
(No Tar ued. for nntsirie work and Inside, Instead of
plaster. Felt carputiug, Ac. feeud x stamps ftr Clrf'
culars and Samph-s. - ('. J. FAY, duodes, N. J.
Located at Ashland, the home of Henry Clay and OluV
Tmnsylvauia. ti.i wlirgei. In operation, with llilrur
Krotessors. and hm) stuilt-uis from sh Xuum. En lire
es fur uuIImvImIi. vm,. k:fci. exceut in the Lev.', afedicalr
aud Cuinmen lsl Collii. Boanllug Inim (4 to A3 pes
i k, For CataloHue. address J. B.90 WJIAX, K'X01
tington. Ky. .
-VT1TTT1 f I Ws et'ae " bablt permoneatly.
Ui IU 1X1 1 cheap, quick, without auneriug or in-
eonvenieuce. Desert n your case. A-
RII KRS. I dress 8. O. ABMSTKOU, M. U., Dw
rieu Springs. Michigan. .
qlT"f r tlOfi Ve' dav t Agents Wauted I All claaaeS
tyj liU $uJ ot working people, of either sex,
young or old. make more money at work for aa la thotp
state moments, or ell lbs tiuiu. than at auythlug else.
Psrticulars free. Address G. BT1NSUM CO.. Port
land, Maiue. rjrt
WKSTKItN KESEHVE COLtEGKJ
and Preparatory School. Hudson O. Ivslrao
tlon wholly hy penuauent profeveora. For ewtahwuea
or luforma I'm, address tha Preetssst. DkiISIO .
USINESS ' CARDS, . better and :
Cbsanai kaa Tr bsfore. at tha. . -
, . TELKGBAPH 0rrlrV.J