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Sitardaj Hernias, Sept. 6ib, 1873.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
nmmn-n. EDWARD f. NOTES.
' It. Ooj--ALrm.SSO HART.
Spnm Jim WILLIAM WH ITK. long term.
Imin Jri-aa-WALTEU P. 8TONK, that ten. ,
Imuit aimu-JOHN LITTLR.
CBrrmanorTlwMOT-WILLIAII T. WILSON.
Baan o rr-ntrfWoue F. HKRSINd.
CTTJt unclaimed dead al the morgu of
Fbtledelpblt find an loaayjtracalt at ilxiwn
ry 'recent dwelopmienti Irum that fnstltn
tion la the dissecting room of Hie Mudical
. KJTLast year, Ihe -Xinocrcy" boasted
' tturttoay- could Dairy Ohio, because lliey bad
tb "Liberal" with ilium. . Tuia year they,
' boast that they will carry Itiu Slate because
they have frt rid of the 'UtxT-tla."" .
tyTh American rxbibitora at Vienna, ro-
eeiTed400 of the 80,000 raedala that were
. Awarded. It is charged that in many case the
Juries were corruptly iiifluvoctd in their do
tyTbe yoong people of the church (a
Valertowa snxntly t:avan entertainment to
the old people. There were forty-two guest
above the age of itxty, the eldest being ninety
; two. 8uch an act la as tract-fu I us ll U fitting.
:.. OTProtTyng of lue Tuivloglcal Semina
ry al OumbWr, Ohio, baa r'tiirnid, and the in-
etiturhm k now w holly without a Faculty;
last year it bad' but twa-studtula. Ita endotx
nent to valuable, howeTer, aud. k fc Hksry to
CJfThe extent or the reltVoua pilgrimages
in Franoo.whlcb have lurnubad so curiauaa
spectacle in the laat few months, to shown by
the returns of French railroads,' who report
they have sold 800,000, tickets to religious pil
trims. ' .
eSTTbe Kblrane look adsaalage of the ab
eence of Geu. Kaufman a short time ago to
get np ao Insurrection. It wateaslly quelled by
the Kussiah truope, who,' In retaliation,, du
atroyed the town of Koiva, the Capital ef the
Klanaie. Sis hundred of the rhiglesd.r of
the nioreuient have been fined- heavily.- -
UTSeveral of the Iowa rallroud robbers are
stated positively to be in Lat'uyelle County
' Missouri. They have been St-en by those who
know them at both Doycr and Lexington.
They appeared lu the latk-i pluve lour days
and paraded Ihcrusclvi s lu the stoeuUt, hut uo
' one dared to arccat ibuut.
QPAn Eastern paper ahronlclcs tUo tingu
gular inttlligenee that the niodul of Powers'
"Greek Stove" was au Aim-rican girl aud sill)
Kviag.. We might have expected as much;
tot it to a weltrknown faet tlvtt aawhere-on the
globe to the female form divine moulded to
. perfection excepting beneath the shadow ol
the American eale.
C7Tbe American Pomoloj-lcal Society
holds Its quMrter-centeunial in Boston on the
10th, 11th and 13th of ftepn uibcr. Turocl
ety was organized in IMS in New York, al
the Instance of the leading Horticultural So
cieties or the country. Its Hrst President was
lion. Marshall P. Wilder, who still retains the
position, and to whom much credit to due for
the good work doue by the aasociullon-
, tyThe Kansas City Timet has a special
from Clinton, Missouri, which says that on
Thursday iilubt of last week, a skirmish took
place near Mwnnygaw Sprlugs, St. Clair Co.,
between the Iowa sheriff and the train-robber
who recently attacked the train near IX s
Moines, In which one of tbe Sheriff's posse aud
one of the robbers were wounded. The sheriff
t and Us; posse were In hot pursuit at last ac
counts. ' tSTTue Chicago Timet charavttiMiEes tho
platform of tho "Bourbon bag ol flatulent re,
sol res." We must heartily agree with the
JUadt when it says that such an expression
from tbe only leading ItauocMtlo- Journal,
which was too much of a Democrat to sup
port Oreeloy last tall, must be cold comfort
to the men w ho wer coun.-dly employed
In efforts to wt-akeu loyal urius, duriug tbe
fsTbe ooleord people ef Cblamtfos seren
aded BIN Allen onttiiigbt last week, at bia ho
tel after ha bad made his speech. It would
have been well lor Allen to have shown these
colored bredren that he had undergone a
fbaogeelnee tbe ;dellvery of his democratic
speeoh at Hamilton In 17(18, w hen he said
'These abolitionists sny slavery to the cause of
the war. I say It to uot. Tut y suy slayerv
ought to be exterminated: 1 say It ought not."
- t7Tbe only Unitarian church iu Connec
ticut to In the village of lirooklyn the one to
which Key. Samuel J. Muy ministered for a
time. Kor two years Mr. Cell Burleigh has
been pastor, and now that she to lakittg her
vacatldu, some of the young Indies have been
ondi.cilng services. Whereupon one of the
i Iderly fttualm Is reported to have remarked
Wall we Htsvliad a woman's meeting j now
we have a gal's uitetlug; but I'd like to. see
again a mail t uteutlnir.
tyfiay not that the prim outcry anulntl
the salniy-stral to wl liul uvi.ll. Tlie Hon.
Johit T. Bird,' l New J rwy. ha found it so
dlsacreeaLle that he has not only returned his
hare of the swindle, liul lias putd Kites Interest
tipon It while if us In his post iwlon. This
reminds us f the aiury of the Connecticut
man, who made scan--i'row irucb horrible
'BpearaBSB'lbat thu trH ailuiilly brought
Imt'k and n-plauUd aoutu ol lUe com Uiey had
tlva the ear Lefur1.
Esfl'ubliu IimIIiiuiIoii du hi en tlioroujjly
aroused against the Hnl.ry url of the last
Cmgies. and -pe-iully Ilk retroaeilve clause
fflviug bark-pay to tin intxm, thnt few pollll
C au a 111 be able to n uialu in public life uuless
they have tvleitted the amount lulu the Tress
ury, and are at the , same . time recorded as
aahut the nituattre. Tula heliug has bceu
aftwiy grow lug und dihr. lay to iu over
Kwerlug rtrrnitth, MThnpa, tuny have sugges
tint the er-pTf-wion ofottrlaie County Con
entluaiklugor vur reprtseuliillve the tie
votloa vf the bifiucuc. of this pillion Ut an
early rpeel. .
' " tlTA arvty of the political situation In
Massachusetts, made ty au acute aud trust
i worthy observer at PprhiKfleld, say the Chi
igo Jjribunt, leads blm h d ubt that Butltr
" will carry the convention. An Impartial can
,Vam show him at present in he In a minority
ot !! oimi hundred. . The primaries still
to beheld lu Sprfnsflcld and a numhas of the
. 'small couairji tew us will deteMulne the result.
, Tbe Tribune's correspondent think that
- Butler to nominated a holt to aestaln, aud that
.if ke Is not noBtiftated a belt to likely, se he
.di!t;y getiisg ready lor that count.
IWTlie Chieair 3'rSmmt, an able ally
. the " icoeraay"lat esr,uow denounces the
'.Oitln "lemoo-wey iu the following strong
- ! mi ll ssv c Th lA'ttioetsev have once
- nor goue luU le aVld with a platform
other Kil priaetplM lo eover f) tbelrown
JcUt.: noii t Tbej will go through tbe taree
fsi vertioir fon ti.nie candidate In Uetober and
They iitWuleJ Wiih(faJ,Iugblithaa
ever Lt fore.- ll tne atrtes eea Dry-oevaus
juituiiijurle with tne stupiaity or the oe
tad. it mar Drov a the end of Democrat1
tVSpMtlal Apatehe from Paris and Mil-
lersbnrgh, Ky. state that the case of cholera
iii theae place are of the most maliirnant char
acter and not a slngtfe person attacked ba re
covered. Eighteen deal Ira. ant moot ted from
Mlllersburih for the twenty four hour end
ing al S o'clock r. M o the 1st. Twenty
aew csx, all or white persona, are also re
ported. The disease run iiN course in from, a
to six hour, terminating la death. A panic
pretaila at both plaers.
I IT A fact of come Importance In eonnee
Hon with the farmer' movement, to tbe yield
ef the corn crop toon to be harvested. Ac
cording to dispatch)- from Chicago, Illinois
and low, It I not likely to be more than
one-half to two-third tbo aveenge amount
Should these Indication bo correct, and tbe
corn crop be greatly cut down, we may look
for less pressure ou tbe through freight line,
lower freight, higher price for corn and con
siderably better net Income to the farmers.
Sucba cnmbuiatUw of event wen Id pike a
good deal of tost out of the farmer's move
ment as far as It to political.
Williamson, the principal ia the bond forge
ries which have brought transactions In New
York Central bond to a standstill In Wall
street, has not yet been arrested. So far, 92,J
000 worth of the forged securities have been
discovered, and it is rumored In Wall atieet
that one bank has been swindled lo tbe figure
of fi0f,000i This Williamson to the only agent
of a gang of counterfeiter, and, as It I be
lieved that they have been imitating other
slocks, business lu Wall street to paralysed for
Sonmarr Cask. On Tuesday morning of
last week tbe Washington ChrnnteU, publish
ed a lengthy document from Judge-Advocate
General Holl, in relation lo the execution of
Mr. Surratt, one ol the . astatine of the
late President Llnooln. It will be remember
ed that President Johnson refused to com
male her sentence to imprisonment for llle
n olwItl.stiiBdiug five ii.etiilKm ol the court
that convicted her, In couhideration of her age
aud ex,iolucd lu a petition to that elTict. Af
ter A. i. commenced lo "swing ii round the
circle," aud became heller nctuntutcd. with
the desires and sentiment of thu rebels, he
seemed lo have lepented sicniug her death
warrant, aad ixcused it by miertlng that
Judge Advocate Holt withheld the petition,
&C, aud that he nevei saw it until alter the
execution. This story Andy i still circulating
iu Tennessee, to Influence rebel voter. Judge
Molt with great mai(naiiitulty, ha remained
si I cut under tho imputation up lo the present
lime, and now, prohab ly, ll. inking that for
bearance has ceased to bu a virtue. I uiis.come
forward with an array of facts w hich fully
and eomplelrly vindicates his otflciitl conduct,
and proving It by such witnesses a she late
Secretaries, Seward and Slniilon, ex-Secretary
Harlan, llou. John A. Mngbam, aud a num
barot other equally rollnblu gentlemen, that
he not only presented tho petition with the
other papers lu the case, hut he called partic
ular attention to it. The tUudiewlon is com
plete, and exhibit a. dlsai maturity between
A-Johnson and O. Washington in regard lo
Tbe Senatorial Convention, on the Sth bal
lot gave tbo nomination of Seualot to I.N.
IIatuawat, Esq.., ol Chanhuk Gary started
in the vote with 23 and rose lo 87; and Bur
rows started wllU li and rose to 15, ou the
ecoud balloting. Hathaway started off with
8 and rose up lo SO ou the .Vli vote. There
were a few vole cast for other, but they
hardly got above tbe dignity of scattering
except Mr. Caurluld, who, on the ttrst ballot,
carried 8 votes the tame as Mr. Uathaway,
The Bpringflld litffubliean 1 no longer an
ndailneiof lis Into "Democratic" bed fellow.
It speak It mtud on thu Ohio "Democracy"
"It to the first duty of every Ohio yoler who
bring braina, conscience and Intellectual love
of country to the discharge of bis official du
ties, to appolul himself a committee ol oue to
see that these fellows aao buried uuder such
a popular majority this year as will Impress
upon them the advisability of lying quiet in
uib & P. II. Watson. Anything referring
to the Erie railroad under the assuagement of
Mr. Watson, Is of iiiteiest lo many of our
reader. The following dispatch, rson Wall
Street lo the Chicago 1'ribune, will attract at
tention. President Wnttion, In the statement which
ho is loon to make the Erie Hull rood Com
pany, will n comuieuur lUe ileclarallw or a
dividend oT 8' per cent, on perferrew stosl,
and 1 percent, ou common stock. Alter he
has rendered bis report, Mr. Watson will go
abroad to secure foreign aid for tbe Erie and
Allantlo & Ureal Western. Ill primary ob
ject is to obtain money wherewith lo Improve
and extend the Erie Hallway. The Improve
ment will consist of the reconstruction of the
Kiiaire, laying of a third Hack of steel rail
lli-iiiiifliAiif lulllup -willlitip Mf.&nk ami unul
oxteBaleo ol Hie road. I Ursa Changes will
cost about friUiHHI.OOO. which must be raised
Joint L. Bhancu for Lake, aud Mr.
Foub, lor Ueauga, liave each beeo nutnlnated,
respectively, for representatives.
t.teer fat kMxd nwm Ike Vnt Hutu
Patwit OStcs lu Olito luteiitoro, hit lbs wtiek uil
In Aauuat B, IMS, and each besrtii thai dale. Par
liUhrd ttitt paiwr bv lux A Cox. SeilttUtrs el Pstnuis
Vi salilngtua, li.t).
Animal pwke i. Hoakfaas, Akron.
Heeding Macliluu 11. C. Stephen. Olcn
Vise. Sawing Machine H. C. Strplieu, Oxford.
Peed- Wale Heater aad Phrisve St Sad
ler and II. Yolaser. lievetoud.
Separator for Cleaulug Oram O. B. Tur
uer, Cuyahoga FHlla.
Straw Culler-T. Webb, Elvlrlr,.
Chimney t'nwl J. P. limfff, Powhatan
Machine for IWudlog bhufU A. J. Prater,
li-mmor for Bewlng Maehlne A. McMil
Kuhr Mill N. E. MHlei, Cawaa Centre.
Millstone Pick T. H. Way, bprknutlcld.
roUTHR WICKB BMOINO AVtlllST It, 1873.
Tucker for Sow loir Machines J. U. Bean.
MauMtlu Fire Arm I. II. Beat. ' Cincin
Tucker for Sewlnx Machlne-F. W. Brown.
l.awnor Garden Snrlukler II. E. Cooke
Carrluge noil t. Mewton, Cleveland.
llarveaier Hake A. Hank, Salem. ; ,
Axle lion, aiul Sfaev lor Vehicle Wheal
W. 11 Corvetl, Columbii.
Wagon Jack . Urantlln. W(Mler.
Spring Bed Bottom . INslllst. Kdoa.
IkiHow Auger C. F. Amly,Utiho.
Suain Geiu rator aatd Ajjaosalaa Uit Rub-
derlng IPola V. I. Anderson. BprlugfleW.
Wove U. lluervlocK, vincinnsn.
CnltWator J. M. tiustm, Wllmlnchm. '
ltoad Heraner I. MorUMi.Cluclnnall.
UaWcd Valse tww Stau4 Plia i. Halys,
Fire Extinguisher John. 1L Stehter, Cln
istockler fa loath A. D. Strong, Ash
A stratus for Tempest; Sleel ftalii and
Blmliat Articles ll. rjrbt.0, L'lutnnatl.
Top Phil ii Cooklag btovts J. , Cln
Meal Chopper A. U Stives, BwTeas.
t2VCongteas Is asked by th ItallatM, in
sonvalS t Kx, I-ovtoy l tt lveiae W
arrest & IitBa ' thn' ttadltt ovcl2(
The Republican Cotinty Ctmventlon aset
p irtornt to calloa Monday, and oigaulaed ty
c'looslng Pr. Win. M. Eames, Presldeut ; J. IX
Hulburt and Noah Hoekin. Vice President,
and Theodote Hall and J. P. Relg, Secreta
On Motion T. a Winshlp, A. B. Watklns
ami II. L. Morrison were hj pointed a coiniult-
tee on credentials.
The uses aarranneement of Candidal for
nomination was made when the convention
took recce till 1 o'clock r.u. ,
l,r. XL 8. Hnywstd of Conneavt offered
tb following Resolution, which Wat adopted
w Ithoul opposition. i .
RetUttd that the late act of Congress, com
monly called la Salary Bill, meets with our
most hearty condemnation, bolh In It retro
active prospective lucrease of salaries and we
unquallfldely condemn the authors, supporter!
tn sT signers of the bHl tnl w call upe-n our
R epresentsllve In Congress to use hi best ef
fort for Ibe repeal of tbe same.
Mr. Winshlp from ibe committee on creden
tials, reported a full delegation present,
Mr. Hexehioe of Conneaut, who claimed a
eat a a Delegate objected to the reported
delegation, from that town, on tbe ground of
informality, that the primary meetlnir, in that
lowntbip wo not held accordiug lo Ibe call of
the central committee.
Mr. ilayward, who had acted aa chairman
on Ibe Primary Meeting, contended Ibat at Ihe
meeting waa only coutiuued in aeseion as long
as there were volet offered, and It waa prop
erly held; and protested that Ibe Central Com
mittee had no right to prescribe Ihe (lave
when a primary meetiag should adjourn.
Mr. Hall. of Ashtahnhiraaldlbto wat a mat
ter of some importance, a it might become a
precedent.. Bu further urged, Ibough he had
no at Jtcllon to make against the admission of
thi Delegation from Conueaut, that tho Con
vtuion ought to settle some rule.
The chairssan af Ihe Central Committee
made a statement of what was Intended by Ike
call, and thai tbe time of holding Ibese steel
ing had been changed from evening to
afternoon, w ith a vie on Ihe part of tbe
Committee le Ike accommodation ol the peo
ple of Ike whole county i and iwo hour had
been prescribed tut the duration of the meet
lag under the impreasioa that It was time
Some furthef remarks. were made by Mr. F.
R. Smith and Mr. Uaztltlne ; when '.here be
ing no contesting delegation present from
Conneaut, tbe report of tbe Committee wut
Mr. Uelg of Coortewut, moved! the appoint
ment of a coMMuiitee to report nHmea tin the
reorganization-oTlue Central Committee, when
Dr. Webster, R M. Norton, aud Jiiun-s Reed
The Convention then proceeded lo the nom
ination ol Candidates, us tollowt: '
W. P. Uowland fflf
I. H. fitch 18
Ou motion, the nomination of Mr. llowland
wet nitde unanimous. . . . . .
1st. tod, 8rd. 4th.
s. n. Cook to nun
S. J. Mtaatnirbam It X tl H
O. W. Bsslurlth 4 1 1
D. L. Oroaby 4t SO St St
H. U. Orover 4 ' 1
Mr. Crokby having received a majority of
all the votes cast, he was declared the nomineo
and the vote waa made unauimoua,
W. m Crowcll M
xtolln L. Jimss St
of Mr. Crowell wat then
D. L. Hart
T. B. Young
i. II. Baldwin
Prank Payne . .........
Mr. Harp bavfng
wat declared Ihe uomluee for Sheriff aud the
vole made unanimous.
Far ProtecutorE. G, Wade wat nominated by
acclamation. ' i .
For Committiuntr '
L. H. Kallogu
Dana Way ,
B. J. Smith
W. C. Olddlaga
B. II. PolMt
. n. uuuer.... SB 17
B. Hammond tl at
H. Pox.., -(
Mr. llummond having a majority of Ihe
votei test, wat unauimously declared Ihe uom
For CoroMrDi, Kliitley was nominated by
TheComnUletM a Central Comuif ttoe ro
potud the names of tbe present eeuataltlee,
roccommending that they elect their own off
Thew to one fhmg to ft regret led about tbe
eetteoal Ihe convention-, and tlrat to, that It
did uot elect a candidate for Coroner from this
place. Capt, Dan. .Vitoliell. was nonsloated
but, we believe, decltued. ' There h, probably,
a greater demand for the services of such an of
ficer iu this village and township, than In all
Die rest of Hie county. To bo uk, we have
gotten along very well by using n Justice of
tho Pea, but If the county to to elect a Cor
oner, ll wonltl seen as If be ilxotiM be located
where bis services are- most demanded.
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. A RISKY PFRFORMANCE.
Jumping Into Niagara River.
TU BuSulo Ejrprt coutauis ftu tw
Wnt of tW feot U Siwar Ialrtmi In
WBlklngr over Niagan-a HWer below the
falls, and then jumping from tlx rope
into the river. We give tlu folowini:
At f fleet minutes to & oMovk the
start wns made-. All actios a&al mm.
verwation was now suspentJixl. and every
one's attention waa given to the man on
the roue, who marched along, apparent
ly waa tne greatest ease, to iut . uxtxHic
of the ButtL statitasctl ia front of the
Clifton House. At arx xuhIm in K
o'clock Bulloui reached the. mitUUe of
tha irope, when he halted to ..return his
salutation to the tromendou applause
.t 1.1. J...1I.!. ! .! . r
w 'imvu girwii-n mim vxpiiuiu illier rtltl-
inir hiinsvlf for a brief tteriod. 1h ao-aiu
itnrted..... . . . , ,. , .
..; This was thoouly stop naJe, an J ten
minutes after 0 o'clock, the preambuliut,
looking pale as death, had reached the
Amevicau end of his rope, he ltaving
made tW trip in twenty-five Bttuutes.
He eoropWuuMl of feciiivg very tir-Mt, in
oonsequeuccv 1st said, of thtj extra exer
tio in walking nusod by th-t- slsakMM
of tbe rope. After a no her re of thir
teea minutet 8ignv VaUeni again took
bin polo in hand, and was off agaiu to
the middle of the rope, to' snake the
It took him futt six minutes to arrive
at tne cenire or me repc. and when
there h at om began ruaklhtr rrenara-
tioaw to lump.- WauUihrng eogagij ha
Utt LU balaactaf pole, wbick fU into
tho water and tank. ' A cord six feet
King made of rubber bands, wat attach
ed to the rope jutt 115 feet above the
torface of the water, llalleni panehl
hold of one end bf the elastic cord before
the tpectntora thought he Was rcwdy to
p. lie descended like an arrow, and
the recovering snap of the rubber was
alruoftt ftiniuTtaneoitt to the kmd aplaab
of his fall in the water.
"Is be alive?" were tbe words breath
lesshr spoken by the crowd of excited
people as they looked nervously orer
the banks into the water below. To be
wivt- he was, Bnd no sooner was the
pplash heard than the head of ISignor
came peeping out of the water, aretV he
Htniek out vigorfMmtj and heartily to
wards the boat which was there to pick
him np. lie was quickly hauled into
the little craft, carefalty wrapped np
witb heavy blankets, and rowed to the
A carringe, to which was atttvebed
four bore, met him at tbe foot of the
roadway, down the bauk, and drove him
up the hill, where be wns met by ' bis
wife, who was the first to congratulate
him. The band then took its position
in front, and the hero of to-dav was
taken to his stopping place in l)rnm
mondville, where, after changing his
clothes, he was interviewed by oar re
porter. His name, he said, is Signor
Henry Ballenr, and bit age is 82 years.
He was born in Lamington, England but
his parents are both Italian. His weight
is 132 pounds; he is & feet 7 inches in
beieht; of dark complexion, and slim
bnild. He has been fifteen years en
gaged in his present profession, and has
given exhibitions iu, Australia, . France,
India and America.
He has in his possession a beawtifu)
gold medal, which he avers was pre
sented to him by Louis Napoleon, for
jumping from abuilding 80 feet high.
His walk across the river on the lt,
it the longest ever accomplished by him.
His balancing-pole, Which he lost, was
22 i feet long and weighed forty-eight
Bpais. Cartagena may possibly be the
scene of a naval engagement between lh
British and insurgents. The latter have warn
ed Itcar-Admiral Yelverton. thai If he takes
nut of the harbor the two Spaatnb-troni clad
he bus seized, they will fire on him. In reply,
be has given the insurgents two days to con
sider their belligerent nseseage, at the end of
which time be will take the iron cfods away.
The veesels of tho two. disputants He broad
side ta toward f-ach other, with all purl-holes
opea. Meanwhile, the Insurgent seek to come
promise, by allowing thu removal of tbe Iron
clads on condltiou they be taken lo Gibraltar
and not be surrendered to tbe Spanish Govern
ment. . - ; . ,'
' tJTThe approval of the President and Sec
rotary of War of the Analog of the military
commission that tried and convinced Captain
Jack and bla Modoc "braves," meets with
general approbation. Tbe President bas des
ignated tike 3d of October for their execution.
While President Grant is decidedly La. favor
of humane treatment U the Indians under or
dinary circumstances, he to also lu favor of
doing them justice, for which Captain Jack A
Co. are Just uow bitter ou the President and
his Indian policy..
tytJlowly but surely the money of Ibe
back -pay grab i finding its way back to Un
cle Bum't cash-box On Mouday Representa
tive Bird of New Jersey, returned bit little
overplus amounting lo f.4,870. Bhukspear said
that tMitalcnce.niukct cowards of ut all, but
with these Washington fellows, conscience
hot nothing to do with this virtue of restitu
tion. Position with their constituency, to the
snlmut. ' .
Portland, Oregon, hat not suffered to much
from the recent fire at exagerated reports
would Indicate. The Mayor states tttol tbe
$13,000 raised by the citizens or Portland will
bo enough lo meet tbe immediate necessities
of Ihe destitute and hence he will not need I o
call on Ban Francisco for the 13,000 offered
by that clly. "
tVWlth one exception, all the members of
tho next Congress have drawn their monthly
pay as allowed by law, al tbe advanced reus.
The exceptional member to Hon. Lewis B.
Uunckle, of Ohio, llu hat declined to draw
any ol tbe iuorcased pay, which, be thinks,
ought tope repealed, and to tbow bit cincer
ity, makes the repeal, bcglu al hean-.aud at
tSTThe FA'tnocratt of Iowa will hold no
Utile Convention this year. An aJdres hat
been Issued by the State Central Committee
advising the Democratic voters of the 8 late
lo support the nominees rbnI platform put
forth their Antt Mouopollr i at V Molut.
' RTHOFtQ'S "
Water Proof Blacking.
THE best article ever invented' for
sunoatng sot pruaorvlnv Loathttr, wrfacly waiar
proof. W bava Itwtcd It thoriiuahly fur anaia uiontha,
mm) holteTe It to be all claimeU fur It. Wa kava Ik
autiucy for Ibis Iowa, und can aupply the trade at whole
talu prtcva. or by tlx aliiKle caa. Try It, and If It does
sot cats a te Ike evecomoud, money re to eat wl.
, JNo.p.UOUUttTbUM HON.
AakUbula, Aug. 10, 1073. tflss '
-Kitndrted; All JSn e Vvfor
$1.75 'to $3.25
TlIE Subscriber, being on vinoed of the
aacvaalty or a low priced door, baa mad irrangamantt
to furulak tham at lb. abov.
Astonisliirig Low , Prices,
Aad tAI etba good ia bis Una la lb tone ratio, foi
easaj, aad cash only. ...
"Small Profits and Large Sales"
ll -try nMM is the fMara. -A lare. ataak of Saab,
, lllluda, and DowiHuijHitly oa baad. 0f
Una llurltre4, drfTeranr Tariartva
ofMouWlnr. SmoII Sowtae done na akort
4 WAKllAMTltO IV U1VK SATISFACTION.
-rt Large Stock of
Oa hard. Also a lary. ktock of Siding, Celling aad
ALWAYS OK KAX1.
Can arat be "ore voa hnr. aa I an aVteiaiaed to
awkaUiraobiosl fkrlh. Mpa H by 9t mm.
Onlr. M Mtll oprnslto ctarrh Park. Street. Msi.
44, C CUt-t-MV.
invalid jpensionera 1(
AS tbe net of March d, 1873, gives
INCBKA8KD PKNNKJNS W yanr oMaaullllU
have Inereaaed. I bee ! U ear inai M inm hav.
hKAHON TO BKUKVB Huityoar dtaslilMtr HAS IN.
t ltKAt-Bl) the hinT WAV lo TKhT THk XIATTKR
la In aupM lo fa. hi pareoa w by b-tuw. t'lrcula aad
"Oatcial tUaase' reaid aocna'i'e noWea aaceeaaral.
Tbea levat leeaonfy. WW k. PHbewf, Arts and
ray viaua Ageai. M aw aujMnor aireas i.nrTeiaiui,
TIT ESTgBSr, RERRTE-- Cpi-IEOB
V and Preparatory Beae-!, Hadaa O. li.eiiif
ttoa nboliy by Mut p rotators. Pot cauUvnad
w yjlMiaaaoa, aoOreei tu Preaideat tatUkt
If yew M ttis sal eel ef lh
bat. don't try to tram It back
agate It wlU ouly -ask tk
OTA tL OFFER ALL OF MT PBKtKNT STOCK
OK SHXBT MUSIC AT HALF PRFCB. '
' BI. Oi PIClC.
Afford! adraataces lor tlia Ihoroogk peMttcft) edoca-
tlou of jronag and mtddle-afcd men possessed by no.
oiket bsdoes college In lbs Colted States. Btadeats
eaa anur at any Um.
tW For large deaerlptlv alrsnlar gfvlag bit uribr-
SaUlW . . . C. SMITH, A. H., Paixorr..
Best Time Terms I
.About GO Lots.
NOW. IS YOUR CHANCE !
HEAD! HEAD! BEAD!
The Raeften. Crneby A Dwauw PTM. tykac Mt and
aonth of tne Lake Hhar. A trfehfgan- Southern Roond
buuiu, City ol Aehubola, la now offered fur aals ta
On llie Lowest and Most Convenient Terms
Ever nnVied In Ashtabula t
NOW8 THE TIME TO SECTJRE HOMES I
The Lot art the Largett Ever : OJf'trett ta
Athtiibula, being eath Nitty fee
fnnt, &r over, and 200
TliQ Pint fronts easts on West street. Has
kll Avenue, 60 feel wide runs through
lite centre of the Plat from West
street to the GriswoM line. A
street 60 fi-ot wide runt .
from the end of Hat
kell Avenue tn the
Making the most desirable Lots of
any m the City.
For Terras and Parlwnhtrs hiqnlre'nf ;
T. A. Dorman,
At I W. IlASHJtLL's r3tou Main Street,
yEE OFFERING GREAT
To Iks trade tlrengU the mantU ef August
W are wnina
Extra 4 4 Svn Shecllnj at t2c
Extrs 4 4 Bleached Sheoltag 12
Japancso ClolU to tltras 25c
JapanoM BUapea foruMirly 3J 20c
Grass Clotht . 18c
Blk. Alpacas, worth 60s 48c
Extra Ingrain Carpets . . 80s
Great Bargains in Shawls
, W. assdrily receiving a Una stock of
Lttdlea' Jiutton, JPoltsh, Lace
Serge, and Congress t
. : ' .. . .t.l.i i
for lbs fhU Irada, from lb. M i
Bast. Also, s cbete aiaertaaeat wt
Ladles' Belts, Neck Ties,
: ROCCHES, BACK COMBES, HAIR ;
. . - . , .. . . ; . ' . Ill .1
BRAIDS, HOSIERY, KID ' ' (
. ..... i
.. . t. "i -, . "' -
Grand Concert !
SmltiVa Opera House,
- -1 (,. I iill ' ! I LL " ' i . '
. -i V .-it r't ' .-.. t'-. . - ....
TTTKBDAT IVBKINQ BKPTSMBKS rO.
,i ...i f-.-.il ' Vadw tb d eMail oa r '
. . ' ";i ' . ' i-.'.i.v :i. .. .
PROF. 8. B. HAMLEH.
A4twla-s 86 eenu. Boon ps at TJt f Cm'
" wamaeaoe. at tfr'iOuefc. . . - -
BUSJNtSS ? ;,CARD3, Uttsr ,ai
II. IX KENDALL & SON'S
CLOSING OUT SALE!
Made this day oa ear
Summer Dress Goods :
FRFJtCH OROATvMES 4 LAWN9
FRENCH BATISTE LINEN
LIN Eli LAWNS TOR DRESSES
BUFF AND DRAB ; LINENS, Plain -
Crape Finish ' . . . . 20c
JAPANESE 8TRIPE3 AND CHENES 90s
ENGLISH GRENADINES, 8U Strrpti 20c
T. akove rrta ar. elw nwt mm
will oat close tatcm
2o Cent Counter
we pla. sobbi klgk o.t AcslraM.
H. . KBFtDALL 8!,
147 Superior St, C1eetknd O.
Can be Worked by a Child twelve years old.
TO WASH PBHFKCTLY CLKAN,
NOT TO INJURB A I BRBAD OP ANY PABR1C,
AND DO ANY ORDINARY FAMILY WASUINQ IN
SATISFACTION GU A B ANHF.D, IP DIRECTIONS
ARB FOLLOWED. OB MONEY RETURNED.
POR BALK BY THE
IT. Y. & London Mfg. Co.,
No t Connlaad St.N. Y.
Imrm AOENTt WAMES Pn erery mi-1117.
Presenta atioag attracttoos t. aarenta and rmardtvift.
A pleaeant hixno; tltnrongti Inetrnctlon ; healrbrrr)
fllncltpane ; exet iieni nurary ; new apparama. aena
toroauiogae. i.isial Diacnvare -h oumY-us.
CUARLK8 Jil'UMS. A. M Frio.,
inn tin New BrtKhtmi, Pena.
ariasjkBT.tit srrtRioa tvatit, cuvnisa, a. . '
.i. a.MaeoNN'LL. M. D.. So-ra .on.
Teho-l't---,iellBrlr' rmll" WTM"
rfow Opening at ;
E. H. GILKEY'S,
SPRING GOODS !
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS,
COLORED DAMASKS, CRASHES
FANCY TOWELS, ia great variety.
PEXJUES, SWJSSy MrSLJNS,
. . ; -it ?
. UAIR CORD NANISOOKS
. vl ,v,; '....: s -.k
VICTORIA LAWNS; '. ... ' ...
SHIRT FRONTS and IRISH LINENS,
SPRING CASSIMERE3 aau
f , ...
LADIES' CLOTHS, for Boys' Built.
. PURE MOHAIRS In ttr.ptrr Bulls
1 . ...'(,
Also, Plain Grey Mixtures, ' ,,.!' '
, Very Haodsona Ooods la 1. 1
BILK and WOOL MIXTURES
SILK A WOOL ROLL POPLINS
.... . .i". i' . . :
' 1 In new Bkaiks
BLACK BILKS, ;,; ."
Ws ask especial altertlot to titer Go4t
, ' - WINDOW SHADES A FIXTURES
BHAWLS-Donl fail lo look at our Shawl
. Block. .... ... . .
SPRING UNDERWEAR for ladlea h emit.
WAMSltTTA.1 WniTE B11IRT8
1 , t . 1 .1. 1 1 . '
CASHMERE FOR TALMAS " ,'
- . and Trtuaariugt iagrsal Tarlety
BLACK CASHMERES for Talmas or Sacks
BLACK BILK VK1NOBA. AND TRIM
MINOS, QUIPt'ltK LACES, &o
We tn newly ttoritta wit alT kinds of
DOMESTICS. JEANS. tX)TTONAL)S,
DENIMS. TICKS, FANCY SHEETINGS., tj
. . m i. ...... V f,i. ' J 1 c" '' '-"
CARPET WARPt-ir to are goiug to
make a Carpet tee tuat you aou", bay a coarse
warp which you nevet can ub. ,
BLACK DOTTED LACES VEILS, REAL,
TU1USAD. VALENC1NKH, 4 L1MKK1U
" , LACErV HKMbTlTCHED k , .
HANDKERCHIEFS. , :.
.r . - - -(
.' We hV a full ttoeVof CROCKERY wWch
witb -all our ttook mill bs offered si lle Ttry
cUvaeal casb pmft.' t , - r
t9Oroker tad keary kihadlta delivered If
daijr.d... ' . , 4' -.J- .J ...
AttkUWlt, April 30,1878.
' 44 ft
J. MANSFIELD & C0UPANY,
V k r
No. '52 ' Public Square,
Rs-rs a faTT strwt of BpHn aad Sam-ner KylM
otCbolc. Ooods. AU (asda. ot kaalaass
SUITS FOR MEN AND BOTl '
, , IMarnnal Coata asd Teats and tn. ,'
Caeetner. Pant a, canal to beet ena- ' ,
' torn aaak. All the note) tie. I
. r' . i r( 4, t.
' ' ' .)., i i ; :i t
rnrCbFMtra. Off PHtCK TO A IX. We offer tpe-Trf
Indnrementa to tboae llvlns at a dlataac., la anoriey
forHetar II. H. tare, ' mi
m SUPERIOR BTRKET,
The E?er Kehable Singer
'' .-. ,. u
fold on th. moat aocommodathit; term ly K k
tHtOVEK, Klngllle, Ag l t- N. K. A.htabnlaCo. St
COMPLETE BOOK STORE. , -t
Ingham, Clarke & Co.,
CLEYELAHA, SHM. 1
Bererai Thoesaid choice Tolnmei la CTery breach Ot
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKJ - '
Twenty thoaeand Tolumes of good books tauten o
POB TUX. PUBI-MB.
MEDICAL. OOKS .-,
A full variety. ''.'"
LAV BOOKS- ' . , .
BaerytMng need 1 .aaataan praetlce,
Pua ts Choir, Congngatlons, T. X. 0. A., aad
new Church made.
8. S. MUSIC
W. bay editions wtmit the new one. '' '' '
SCnOOL. BOOKS ...
Irarythlog need In Northern Ohio. Dealers snp
plted st wholesale rates.
THEOLOGICAL BOOKS . . .
Aa exten.ve assor raeat.
AH kted. at iMn.h and retair.
M every deaerlptloD..
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For any bonk pualislied, address
Ingham, Clarke & Co..
UT Superior St., CLKV1
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