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T 1 1 1 P ATI I , TO JilATllLMONY." 1
' TKfc mx't ifnlne. iTttrrest'ne and dcllirhinil
FAHlA)K UK1): IN EXISTENCE ,
xo nrcrt on carps vsed
A Preaeot Worthy ot Any On For rain by SU Hoc!
mid fancy pooils neaiera
JOHN L. AKNHV At'o.. rnhllher,
411 M M Bank St. Cleveland, O.
i ' 1 " 1 ! H
MB SUPERIOR STREET,
COMPLETE BOOK STORE
IlfGHAM, CLARKE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail. -.
Several hundred choice Tolnmos In every branch of
UNIAY tk;HOOL BOOKS, .
Twenty thousand volmnee of good tone Selected
for the pnrpose r" - e
An irr-mense variety.
BOYS' AND OIKLS' BOOKS.
Optlc'i KelloKir'a Sophie May's. Severnl hundred
volumes from alt the popular authors.
PRIMERS AND TOY BOOKS,
Fifteen henrlrei rlor.ru. t Ironi 15 cents per dorm
, to S3 o per drsen. . -
INITIAL STATION KKY",
All the new styles and sires.
For Sunday Schools. Church Choirs and Singing
MEDICAL AND LAW BOOKS,
A full variety l,4t volumes. .
Over 50 varieties at from 75 conn to SO.
A small quantity of sVlf-wnrn hooka, good for
School. Private, or Sunday Mrhool Libraries.
Any book In market supplied to order.
IKOII.lIrl, rL.lHHE & CO.,
1M MT Snperlor street, Cleveland Ohio.
Anticipating a large FALL TUADKtwe have manufne
tnred, and have now ready Tor sale au mutually largie
stock erf rich and' plain Furniture of the latest and
most fashionable design. Hocent derangements In the
, money market Indicate a larire scapon, and In view of
this probability, and with a desire to reduce our stock
before Inventorying, we now offer as an Inducement to
DISCOUNT OF FROM TEN TO.TWENTY-BIX PES
cording to the class of goodseelectrd. This Is a
rare opportunity to obtain good Furniture for mucb
less than Its real value. Don't buy (dollar's worth of
Furniture, Mirrors, or Bedding until you see ns. ' ,
JL, S. Herenden & Oo
114 and 116 Bank St, .-,..
Bnitnem Mini Ladles nhojtpiM and
EVERY ONE VISITING CLEVELAND
will Una to their advouUgs.to
TAKE TIIIEH DINNER OR A LUNCH AT
Numsen' &, Whitney's
LADIES DINING ROOMS.
Neat, quiet, first-class and the
' MOST CONVENIENT PLACE IN THE CITY.
A Splendid Bill order what.yon like, pay for what
185 HlPlilllOlt ST.
tmlMS. Few doors above WeddolCHouse.
The handsome! Furniture t'in.nll.,1, ,.,,., i. ci... .
land. The only house that retails goods at wholesale
9tia"i , JAMKh MOUIARTY.
itntli tHOsndumttiiperlorUt., '
opposite Post ofnoe, CLEVbLAMD, 0,
114 WUP M,, f ( lytctND, OHIO
' . 1 1 i Jt p. 4 f , yi 4 i i
this house Ucetitmlly Woated aid tiis bestir a
modattops at offirod.
roit 1874. - V
l.54iB?. KNtlHAVMcW W,I'OI.ORKO
. PLATE. HuhllshrVHMIerlytaNrra yi-ar. Flt
No. for 1874 Just Issued. A Uerumu Edition at the
stun price. Address.
l7 :. JASsHK VICK. Rochester, N. T.
Great Reduction !
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' . NEW.LMl'IiOVKD . ,
Florence - sewing Machine
, -an qo OA.au j
l For paniculsi ceil uu at Udns
rejrk St, new Centre St., Ashubuls, O.
IN" PRICE: OF, , COAL!
nO meet tlitx (IettiaixU and MtoeitJies
A. of lbs tluios, we, tbe uudtfrslKued, will sell UoAI.
at the following price per ion (eoreeswd) S4 oet yard
BRIAR HJIX, Ump,:,.V.J...
WW WELL Lump. ....... .,.,....,. (. d.tiO -
AKTUBAC1TS COAj,, tovtu4 !
a ' Chestnut..,,,,: ...... 190'
I 'mm " i
I. Ijli ; i! J
p'-ra, , a. hiiJut-, .- CVri it's
I :.iri .'vl
v.i mi rtz
pawing, Planing and Matching.
fPIIE undersigned having purchased
I A the machinery formerly need byE. A. Hitchcock,
tan be found at the old stand, at Centre Street R. It.
ALL KINDS OF PLANING, MATCHING
j SAWING, ETC.,
will ht diinu with uromutners, and at fa'r IIvIhb rnttn,
' ml, U. L, WKUU,
II A HN 15 S a, .&c
AS on hand a rnod assortment ol
flnniess of various itinds, lluuvy und Lllit. HlnylH and
Donlilc. of the html workmauiihlii and material. He Is
tri'tard to till all ordurs for work of any duscrlution
lit his linn. ' r
! " HALTERS,
BLANKETS. Ao. '
1 He has Just laid iu a larifB supply of larjre end mcd.
Uiu lid Traveling Trunks. .They era of rloue
iitiHllllus nnd vuhms, and ellordud mi lavorable price,
riieassoitmunt la altoKetln-r thu laiiri'st of any In the
ii'Kiun. T" inivellnc public are Invited to innlt ovnt
iliU stork, as thoy ran hardly fall to And snmothlnff to
ijiHlrmlnd. i t;, frvtll.
I Ahthuia, Hfot. . Hismf.
j FtritNITUUK 1 FUllNITUHK !
1 i ..... ,
j Small Profits and Quick Sales."
JOHN DUCItO WOULD CALL
y ' attention o bit large aud ,
VLENDID 'hTOCK OF CAHISKT
Uttt ruuU or hi enUrirttd and tnereated lUcllltlet for
i . Klieln.iaa
He is Prepared to, & is Selling' Cheaper
Tba any other establishment of the kind In the country
or city. 1 uiiian what 1 aay, and would luvlte the pub
lie lu uentiraltu sue for thuuiaulyue bufote buyluir else
where. I am tnuklnu It an objuct for any one to irlve
me a eall(ud U will pay ibem well ftir conilmr to eee a
lartre et(M:k to select frum. whu.i, t ..
cltv. Uvlng .Uteqii year, experience lu business end
buying all my sKK'k diluct from the manufacturer. Kaal
and couductluv my own huniness euables me to sell
lower thau any competlior in the revlun. My work Is
as It always hss hueu the best.
also have on hand a large stock of Eastern work
nlrh I sell vert low : aniomr which will hntn.n.A .i....tl
k)unw, bed Ihuiik, carMtand rep lounges.
Uliriug Mi'.tlrusaes, at greatly reduced prices of my
own make. r '
Don't forget the plai n a few dnorsaonth of Flsk, 8II11
man k On'a Klouraud Keedsture.
. Alan particular atleuUon paid tocarpot laying, Curtain
and Cronlce hanging all of which will be June with
readiness and diatwMi,
I alee) keen couatautlv on hand a larira aaaortment M
ready made t.'olHns, ltiai Wood iniitatiou, lilack Waluut
soil luiliatliiii of lllai k Walnut, all of which 1 can trim
la two hours imtiuu, Jn any style roquosteu, equal to any
ullv. alao have a suUtudld llearacln madluusa whuu
(lllava OboTllia. A new leatura has HHiuntlv henn ail"
deil u this lurnlture aetelillseuMut or rather to the Un"
auriaknr's aeiaruuent or II ue that raiiuot rail lo mm
mrail luair u the ooiiiiuuulty, and will show the dlspo
aiilnn of the proprietor to make tile eatuhllnhmimt as
uarriirt as msy tie. It will go fur to relieve the work and
huatlo. liicldtuitnl to, and so repugnant in seasons of be
rnat euient. or preparing the remains of the departed lor
iwrlal. This uuiisUis lu Weeping o" eand, aud reai'y tor
Iniwisllsle u.e, atuek of grai cIdIIhs, a variety ot
ahreuda, for heth male aud female, made up with much
taste aud apuroprlaumeas, various in price, aud both
Mack sod wall uiaurials. A alugtn erUie-ir a en ill n
may, tl4ertru fuibrare lk liaH'l(ntejit ,f the dead.
Aid thin sere the friends of the l ceaaod. in (he tiild-t
"f aTief , Ire a nucb tlial suetns liarlli iiWrlv dlaavrunaliU,
aud lueo gruuui lu Ike way of.prepantt'on fortlir grave.
AsbabulvAklu,Ji.4t, lutig '
WXCEWIOH LINVN-MAKKEll and
m-4 iaihj rulNTKIt. A genu wauled. 0. II
' 1 . is a. am
LKTTEIl-HKADS printed 1 in Wnea It
ost stylos of lh srUSlllie r ,i
. ' i , "'m.MitAfn orncB.
J stock of Envelops! we Srs "prepared le (urufab.
tpgia C(Uaad,atl04it Uissameprfressulslu. i ,;.
T TEUkOiurk omcB,
Tho Stnfi1av Review Jms nit intren-'
ions ftrticlo on "C'Mvnlry,' of which tlio
following pni-ngmih Is the key-note:
"Tlio trntU is that thivnh y, so fur as It
is a Virtue, is.tho virtue of a class.
That is to sny, it is no renl virtue nt nil.
It may sometimes lead men to netions '.
whifli are in themselves morally riijht. !
The soldier who does his ordinary duty
because it is Ins duty tho iiero who
docs his extraordinory duty. Viceiiuse
under his special circumstances, it is his
duty nro both acting according to tho
rules of morality, lint tho chivalrous
man who does something lor his honor?
or for the love of his lady, is only acting
according to the standard of a particu
lar class, to win the esteem ot that par
ticular class. Jieyond that class, we
can hardly believe chivalry existing.
A clown may lie a hero; tut wo cannot
fancy a chivalry clown. So far as the
clown becomes chivalrous, so far lie
censes "to bo a clown. We come round
again to the poini from which wo start
ed; chivalry is something which does
not belong to men in general as moral
agents, but only to one class of tnwi '.
to the class who anciently served in bat
tle on horseback."
Monday last being call day, un av
alanche of over three hundred bills was
poured upon the House. Very few of
these measures aim at necessary legis
lation, most of them are intended to
serve nothing better than local inter
ests, and many of theiii .are designed to
take money out of tho national Treas
ury without an equivalent. At a time
when the income of the Treasury does
not equal its expenditure, tho members
should put a strong curb upoji their
natural inclination to introduce bills of
this character. But if they crtnnot the
oommitteos to which they aro refered
should take care to kill them.
General Grout's , Uisposilhm of tlie Cuban
question mods wltli tin' beurty conimt'tidutinu
of the best men of all parlies in Conxrest,.
Said General Ilawley, of Coniitcilcut in thu:
IIouss tb other dny ; "Nothing; Geu. Grunt
erer.tlid, from the time lie left G.ilena until lie
passed through the Wilderness nnd came into:
the White House, does him more honor thnn
the patient firmness with which lie faced Hie
Spanish difficulty und settled itlo the satisfac
tion of all." And lion. James II. Heck, of
Kentucky, one of thu strongest Democrats
li) Congress a purliznu ol purtizans took
occasion lu the same debute to eulogise, the
administration for its course in reference to
Cuban afTairs. He said that If there was any
thing which tbe President had managed well,
it was the negotiations with A'pulu. The presi
dent Mr. Beck declared, might have plunged
the country into difficulties, and perhaps ag
grandized hlmBelf at the expense of the coun
try, but the course which he has pursued had
been extremely moderate and wise.
A.LL persons interested are hereby no
tified that the undersigned as the solicitor & Agt. of the
Incorporated village ol Asntabula, did, on theSd day of
December. A. D. 1H78, file with the County Commission
ers of Ashtabula County, at the regular session thereof,
a petition In behalf of said Village, asking that the
following described territory be annexed to said incor
porated Village of Ashtabula, to-witi
All of the territory lying between the following boun
daries not already Included within the limits of said
village, to-wlt i lleglnnliig at a point In the north-went
corner of the said township of Ashtabula on the south
shore of Lake Erie, running thence southerly In the
west line of said tuwnship to a polut in the norlh-wust
corner of lot No. thirty-two (112) In raid township ;
thence easterly In this north line of lota No. thirty-one
(31) and Ililrly-twotaV), which Is also the south line of
lots No. Hand 18, to the township line; thence foil ow
ing said township line northerly and easterly until It
Intersects the east line of Section three (8) In said
township of Ashtabula thence northerly along the
east line of said election three (8) to the center of the
main track of the Lake Rhore k Michigan Sottthorn
Railroad thence south westlerly along the center of
said main Itack lot ho east line of the Wgrreu and Ash'
tabula Tlirnptkt! Iload as It now Is; thence northerly
along the clint hue nf iald Turnpike Koad until it Inter
sects the center of the Hoad running; easterly between
lands now or formerly owned by John Ilurmun nnd
Henry Mowrey t thence In a line due north to the shore
of l.anu Erie thence westerly along the north Hue of
Arhf.liulii lownlilp to the place of beglnnlnir,
Wuld Conunlislniiursbave died TuEnnar, Tue tkntu
(10) uT or KKHiii'Aiir, A. I). IH74. at U o'elpck. A. M.,
as the dav on which snld petition will Uo for hearing
before them at fiie ofUce of the County Auditor at Jul
ferson, In suld county, at which salu time and place
any and all persons Interested, are required to be pres
eut and uialtu such elijeetion, If any they have, to said
annexation as they are by law entitled to make.
Dec. , IH78. THKOIIOHE HALL,
Solicitor aud agent of the Incorporated Village of Ash
tabula. , ' Utlillli.
laauiulucluror'a loai AaaoclHllou,
'IM-IK ANNUAL MKKTIXO of the
I Slockholdera of ihls Assnciatlon. for tho election
of nflkers, will he held In I lie Ashntliula Natluual Hunk
rooms, Monday, January 4th, at'i r. at.
. . L , UJt.VTU, Cashlur.
Aahtahnla. Dec. 4th, 1H78. i?48
AM!M UAL MKUTINU. -
fpiIK STOCKHOLDEKS of the A8II-
i TAIIULA NATIONAL HANK, will hold Ihelr An
nual Meeting for the election of ollaer,at their bunking
onlce, Tuesday, Jau. 18, at 1 p. m.
i J. SUM. BLYTII, Cashier,
Ashtabula, Dec. 4lh, 1H78. iims
rIMIE Stockholders of tho SILAS C.
X SMITH IHON MIN1NOCO. will hold Ihelr annu
al meeting at tlielrotlceat Sliarpavllle. Mercer County,
Ja., on the first Monday or January. IW7-1. being the 611.
ay of the month, at II o'clock, a. h., for the purpose
of electing Director for the eneniug year, and for thu
iraiiaactlou of other bueluess.
JAMES PIEHCK, Pres.
Bharpsvllle, Pa., Nov. 87 'TO. I). Auniw, Sec'y.
Williamson & watrous re-
aimcttnllv announce to the clllsens of Ashtabula and
surrouudlug counuy Uial I bey are prepared at all times
to make to order
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS,
and keep constantly on band a good (sawtment of
goods lu their line, all made of the
and pnt together in tho I1KHT RTTLB of workmanship.
Those winning anything In our Hue will do well to give
us a call. We think I lull we enn aiitlnfy in style and
price. Hoping by slrlct attention to business, aud lair
honest dealing with all, to merit a share of your pat
ronage, we remain reapuelfully yours.
W. U. WlLUAMSON, W. ft. WATROttS.
Are a modern stove Are bettor, because
miIi far bstler tlian () ' Ihey give a finer gloss
any other (u existence thau any other polish
YlulU k brmtikut-. sllvorv thuwo, with luft thnn half tbu
UlMr rfulrsi whru ollur pulUlica rj utd.
Are noat nd clean I jr
rttcltv, mAkiuuu dirt
uur dut wbon nsvd
Can be used even In
the parlor ellhout the
trouble of removing
furniture or carpets.
Una no dlaagreable suJiihuroua or slrong acid smell
when prepared fur use, but are (ilea. ant and harmless.
Are put op In neat style . In each box are it
and lu a form mom ... sticks ; 1 stick Is sul-
jMHiveuient fur tire than U V rli leul for any stove,
auy uthef, MHsh. , . thus all waslo Is saved
Are the eheapeat polish, la the market, because one box
at HI cents will vollh as much surftca as 1)6 caul's
worth of tbe old polishes.
Have Just taken the
1st premium al the lu
la competition with
Q V several of the best of
the old stove polishes
'i V ' ' COMPORT ; ; '
Pot Crambi Af Comfort of yO tort-kwper, ff h
mm ilibm, ot wtl. prur thiu tttt yon : If nut, leui ut
iim dollar, your iuiu, tb uiu of yuur nuartwt
Kireva uttnu, and we will tmi.d yon Un Uuxm. and
MDiplesof UarUuti'i bUtkinKaud Pwrl tHuatng, fro
Of Oil, -
CHUMiMnp OoMroRTran be hud of all Whiksonale Or
cpninud duHlortf lu lit Uuild Huttti aud KtitnU
ntn will nnd dimn tha vavt proAUble, fnin tha fket
lUatMy r tiifklfK tlti.ir artlrU In tha mark.
N 1,J i H. A. yHTLKTT 4 CO,,
lit Chwnbr6t. yori. js '
m Mtvod H.t JtoMtom. ftu aou
Cleveland Advertisements. An Old-Year Song.
An thrtrtiirfi tt. fftrext rilarrayXl
Hy chill Novrniti r. lute I itrftodi
A Imit'ly mlnitrol ofthn imkI (
Vs rlnv;hii; to th tfMtndi; 1 .
I ItiTil ihy niu-it , thiin L rnidt j
W'hvw n'ir tliy pen h thu It'uvr worn spread
rvviM-t itn liiy imhik. hut n,entr ttuw t" .
Tll ml mi llin u;illtitf hnit)h.
lUtTe hinl I thy note Phall flier1 f
'1 million ot Ihu dying year. , , .
WlHkirkikta prtinkwl the tnif with Mn
Ami morning tlllnd lliHlr rnpf with dew.
Thy fhtifh r T1re wllh rlpfillrw trill
1 lib hiiddlnic April bowurn would All, ,
Niir pfMn ltt joymi" hnura nwity
W he . April nullified Into Mhv t
Thy Hltt thII lmt no necotut dawn,
Hi up, little hlrd I (he uprlng In gono.
And f rrmemhor wll-a-dy !
Thy full-blown ftunnntr mnndlny,
A when berlnd a tornitlervd ecrtseu
Sonic hnlr mnlflnn lnfr uiifern ;
With annwtrlnc out I' tlm wiMwllund rang.
And ev.iry trre top found a tuiine.
How dt'p lh hid I thf irrovvn how lair!
tlng. Utile bird 1 tbe wood are bare.
But now the vnmmnr'pclinnt In dona
A ii(t mittu Old clmrnl fintlphmt ;
The litrdu hnvti If ft th nhtverlng plnet
To Hit ainuuu tho truHffini vine.
Or fun (he air with net-ntcd pltimea.
Amid the lore-lck oratiiru-bMiuinr!,
And Uioii art hrre alonn aluni'
Hliiff, little bird! the ret have flown.
The trow hae capped mn dl-tant hill.
At morn hi running urunlt will tii II ;
From driven hrri the olontN that riie,
Aro llkf tht' iinvtlcu of fiu-iltlce,
Kri'lnng thu troco nnd aiuUl muck
The plowHbHre, !fltainrd to ntuhhorn rock,
'f no biHwiln stiwrtun hnll anun he dumb-
"flhg. little hinlj thu f roam havj civnu.
Fat, int tho Imithfinlni fhadowa creep,
Thu eonuU-i FowIh aru half alecp,
The air iows chill, the retting mud
May leave tlife ere thy nonr 1 dont; ' ' '
Tliu puUe that warn in thy bream row cold,
Thy pcori't illo with thee, untold;
Tbo Unp-ring xunai't atill ia bright,
Hing, line bird I 'twill eoon he niulit.
IlaLMKs, In the Atlantic forJJannary.
The Execution—by an Eye Witness.
Captain Richard l'rior, of the Lriir
Alea tifloiiging at . St. John, Kew-
l''ouiidliind,Bawthe execution of t'nutain
Fry nnd his men in nil thirty-seven-
in naniingo tie vuna, on Hie alternoon
of the 7th of Xovemher. Ilia account
of the dreal'ul occurrence is as follows:
The brig Azelea arrived at Santiago
tie Cuba on the afternoon of the 4th of
Nov. the dav of the execution of 15am
beta and his companions Captain Prior
was Ht llie laiiiimg on the morning ot
the 7th, and saw the thirty-seven men
under sentence of death brought ashore
from the Tornado, where they had been
subjected to a kind of a trial aud where
they were confined until the day oi ex
ecutiou. Captain Fry was In the last
boat and as he came ashore he made a
sign to Captain Prior, which the latter
although not a Mason, thinks was the.
Masonic sign of distress. '' A
As the prisoners were landed, about
fifty men-of-war's men- surrounded them
and marched them to the prison, distant
from the landing about one eighth of a
mile. All of the prisoners but two of
whom Captain J? ry was one were smok
nig. . -;...
Soon after they were taken from the
prison and inarched to the place of exe
cution, distant from the prison about
three quarters of a mile. . They all
bore themselves bravely. iThe place of
execution was a level place outside the
cemetery, The wall of the cemetery is
jf-.A. lit , - i . ,
six. or seven ieec iiign, i ana next 10
this the thirty-seven men were placed,
about six feet apart. They were made
to kneel down and were faded towards
the wall, at such a distance from it that
wheu they fell they would just clear it.
The filing party, which consisted of the
Tornado's crew, were placedlsix , yards
back of the prisoners. Theft was no
trench between them.
i Back of the man of war's mta stood
jthe militia, and still back of them the
Volunteers. The space back o the mil
itary was filled by citizens and chance
spectators, ;.. . .
Captain Prior thinks that eftoh . four
or five of, the firing party, tooki a man(
At the first (ire all full, but 0114 man, a
negro from Jamaica, lie turned his
head around towards the gallon, when
two balls struck Mm ill the face blow
lug his chin clean off. Captain tvv nevr
er moved ulier the first lire. Others
did, and then they were dispatched by
li second fife from the ; rear rank t of
During the execution the crowd vjhh
quiet and orderly, Some of the volun
teers joked and laughed, but the pre
vailing scntimcut among the people was
one of fear for tho coiisciUeuces.
After th exccut,ioii five, box-carts,
drawn by mules, were brought up-and
the dead bodies, mangled aud bleeding
as they were, were pitched into them
like bugs of gruin. Five bodies" were'
thus thrown on top of that of Captain
Fry. In one cart fiv) heads hung
out over tho tailboard, some of whii lj
Were so torn by the bullets that
the different parts waved two and
fro by motion of the cart, all drpptng
with blood. Cnptsin Prior did not see
the bodies buried, but he was told that
all of them were pitched helter skelter
into a single hole, und that the bodies,
Still , warm, were then covered with
Captain Prior says that the men on
the 4th of November, refused to kneel
down or to turn their backs to the tiring
party. They were shot by the soldiers.
The third lot shot consisted of lads
of from rieventeen to eighteen years old.
They wero sjtot by the crew of the Tor
nado. They died as thu rest, some of
tUeuj singing 011 the way to execution.
N. Y. Post.
A t'M(i'HKUio Phsnomknom. The N.
II. J'alludinin records a singular atmos
pherio phenomenon which occurred in
that city last Wednesday afternoonAt
the time re I erred to the sua for a short
time shone through the heavy clouds
that had obscured his rays for two
days, and dispelled the blue, smokey at
inotiphfie. .Immediately over the Col
lege (ireiui no such change was noticed.
Iiy some unaccountable force, it seemed
as though the mist and fog of the sur
rounding , tytiuopphero had been drawn
into this )eu ,imc and poudeused,
making a pillar of cloud impetiatiable
to the visum aud perceptible to the
touch. This mass of vapor scarcely
extended to the limbs , of the trees in
depth, and presented to the sun's rays a
crest of dazzling brightness.' Those on
the outskirts of this misty, bank could
clearly define its limits, and ns they
stood admiring the beautiful display of
nature their wonder and "perplexity on
ly increased, while they tried to deduce
a satisfactory conclusion to its cause.
tafVYlicu IN LuuJou Kuj. IJimrJ coin
Pirocud operations, Hires yettrt ago, U fouu4
tint lb, 000 Loudon chlMmo wr utterly
wiOiixjt aiUiMil accoiuinoUatlun. At lU close
of October 60.000 ut those eUtttlrtin' vera at-
tuudliiK the soliuuli, aqd that it , wss sxpecud.
thai wlthlu snulbrr monlb there would
acliool scoemoiudatluus lor 85,000 uiore, Tb
Hoard bad lu orgauliM Uric bod of teaob
vrs, provide sobool socoaiiaodtttioas and svtto
come tbe oldocllouof igogrcwx t tbe Intto
ductiou ol mlwcaiioij aiipu Ua lvwest clsss
of tbs pouulttlloa.' '
OR SALK RKALKSTATK
Ths Mlowlng described VII lir arid Farm Prupt-rty fo
heal 'Estate agent,
Main Strert, Ashtabula, O,
HOU.SK ANl) LOT in Pi.-siieet St.,
lorated rirst nlarir north nf fli i. B. Nnttlslnn's
mslilenre. Lot IKI WvX txuwl by no rotlo tlio t llmjsa
In purrrct ii'tialr ffiMid barn, wi'll ni aaft aator. drv
cullar. and vurylhtni: alnint llis place In pnv order.
fric-i ry luw a ttn'tnrot iayiiien.nxrtit-iitigi) ravorabie
HOI HK AND LOT umnrniT Flsk and Rim Htrerts.
Isrtf lot, wll froitwl ; two-story housn ana wltisall
In tfuoil ri'ialr. MiukI well of water. Prlre low, and
term of payment ntHtle lo iicnoinniotlais pnrchaset.
TO At.' It K PARM In I'lvmontli. t inller Trom Aslitsbnla,
1ft acres wnodlantl. M sere vine.vard.S seres orrhard.lwO
ol which Is bust iriarti'il frill I. Hullilliiim Bond, larus
cisiurii. rarm well WHTel'etl uy livilis ruriiius. i'licciow
IIOI HK LOT In Knrt AsbluMila. H miles from
West HIiIh. t.ot oii seen: llnllriines mHMl. drv cellsr.
ir wni.-a virwiii.nii .11 1 ,ii UII illn-. AS
deslrnlile a place for tliH prleu s can he found In the
cuunij. lurinviroou. . .
Til ACIIK KAHMoo flank mad In Plymonthtnwnshlp.
10 acres timber i Hne yuimji orchard, IltilliCnirs Kvd.
two barns in medium repair, farm wall watered, soil
black muck and loam. I'rlcu fS,Suu one-half down and
balance on long time If dcslrtMl.
SS At'RK FAKM in Kingsvllls, near ths vlltaira. Out
acre timber. First clans buildings, all kinds of frull,
living aler In abundance, and everything desirable to
mill; a pitsani nome, . j rice luw. t
in At'KK of Timber Ijtnd In Itlehmnnd townshlu, on
the Itnciif ths .Iuniettin H it. - 4(1 acres cleared ; with
In U ol mile of Depot ; two sluatii saw mills one-halt
mile nf thu land. All kuiilaot timber represented
beiiiii fnl rolling land, ami rich soil wull watered. 1'rlca
excceitimrly low, ami teiui favoralite.
S .U'HR FAI1M In HnyVrtmk, on the Turnpike rr,ad.
on tbe line of Hie A. Y. & P. Hullrond. Kuir huildinirs.
larire orchard, anil vai icty o, other fruit, X mile from
good school. Fair dairy rami, and near to the best
cheese factory lu the county, Price ruaaonable and
term fooil. '
Ol.n IlllEWKRY Bnlliliiit; and Lot on Bank Bt. H
acre lot, bulldimr fitted np as a brewery, with double
cellars. Ac, May be used fo: most any purpose. 1'ricc
very low. ; . (' i
IIOI'BR A LOT on tie north side of Lake street,
known as the Klmer plnoe. Half acre lot. covert d with
ail varieties of fruit. IJirire roomy house In perfect re
pair; (food barn, well, aWlar and cistern. This piace
has every convenience to make it a very desirable resi
dence. Price low and term favorable to purchaser.
TIOr8 A LOT at Ashtabnla Iturbor, on tho lrest
side, kn.wn as the t'uiil. Hubert Place. xs lot, ex
tending to beach of the Lake, with all kinds of fruit.
House In perrect repair, and fitted up with everv con
venience drv wati lime cellar, ijood well and cistern.
One of most desirable little places at the harbor. Price
exceedingly low. ...
50 ACHE FARM In Hartsgrove, 4X miles from Rail
road Town. ) acres timber, all black and white Ash
and sort Maitjo. Kulltliiits (rood, TU young apple trees
in hcRrtng-Conrtltinii i all other varieties ol fruit In
ahnniluncia Fine IIviiik sprnt' on fmni. Price (1.100.
The best liarKaln In farm properly that I have to offer.
HOTKIBTAND and Furniture, known as the Nation
al Hotel, located nt Ashtabula Depot. Very large,
roomv building. In the hint of repair. 40x00 foot barn.
Two rooina on first floor ocenpieu as stores. A paying
custom istready established. . Owner desires to sell on
account of ill health. Pilce very low. A small pay
ment down, And the balance on easy time. This la the
most desirable property of the kind In the counly.
50 ACRES of Farm land In Sheffield suitable for
dividing into two farina, with buildings on each. Fine
dairy farm plenty of timber and living water. Will
jesll the whole or a part, as desired. Price (8(1 per acre,
on good terms of payment.
8 ACltK FARM on Lake shore, west of Harbor. Fair
house and bam, good fruit a snug little place. Price
(40U, on good terms of pr.yment.
1S4 ACUR FARM V mile east of Anstlnbnrg Village.
The very best of buildings, one barn sOxtIO, In perfect
repair. Dry water lime cellar, good well of water, large
clatern. young orchard, 81 acres or timber. This Is one
ol the best farms In the cotintv lies near Depot of A
Y. A P. Railroad. Price exceedingly low. About one
third down, balance on ten years time if desired.
VACANT LOT on north side of Centre 8troet,east ol
Railroad Crossings. A very desirable lot for business
purposes. Price (HOO, on good terms.
BRICK IIOl'HB and one acre Lot on Prospect street.
House built in modern style with all conveniences. Dry
cellar, well soft water, good barn. All kinds of trtiit on
the lot. Very desirably located: House finished
throughout. Price and terms favorable to purchaser.
HOUSE & LOT on Lake street X aore lot. Uouee
In perfect repuir. Good dry cellar; good well, cistern
ana barn all varieties o (.fruit on place. House done
off In the best style. Price low ana payments easy.
DO ACRES of Timber Land In Plymouth, on line ol
Jamestown R. R, 6 acres cleared and small house
thereon. Will cut BO cords of good wood to the acre.
HOUSE & LOT on Division Street. House bnllt In
modern style and lu perfect repar. Good barn, well of
sott water, plenty oi rrult. A deslr
for sale very cheap.
A desirable little place, and
HOUSE & LOT on Round Ilead road. One-half acre
lot all kinds of fruit. House In perrect repair, with
conveniences. Good barn, cistern and well, aud ice
house. For sale very cheap, and time given if desired.
140 ACRB FARM In Anstlnbnrg. east of the Village.
Good buildings, all kluds of fruit, large sugar hush, liv
ing water. One of thu beet dairy farms in the county.
Price very low, and payments to snlt tbe buyer.
HOUSE A LOT on east side or Chestnut street one
half acre lot. New houae, In good repair, good well of
water, growing fruit on place. Lot in such shape that
part can be sold off to good advantage. Price exceed
T ACRES of Land on South Ridge, little over a mile
from the Village. Good buildings, all kluds of fruit,
living water. A very desirable little place, and for sale
nil ACRB FARM In Austlnburgh, just east of the
Village. Good bnlldlngs In fair repair, plenty of fruit,
large piece of timber. A first class dairy farm and near
a enaess rectory,
Price very low end terms of payment
HOUSE ft BARM and u ars of lend on Bunker Hill.
about lis- miles from thu Village, All kinds of fruit,
good living water sanilv soli, t
ie little places In the township,
nod living water sanilv soil
One of the most desire
Pr ce (liiou, on good
terms iff payment,
HOUSE A LOT at Arhlahtila Harbor, on west side,
known as Capt, Robert liVonrj place. Large ot, run
ulng to beach or the Lake All varieties of Iruit.
House In the most perfect repair, fitted up w ith every
convenience large cistern, dry water lime cellar, good
well, good ham, and ever) thing In the best shape and
oondlilon. For sale, cheap, . ., . . ,
VACANT LOT on Flrk ' street, k acre wlthont
streets.- Well fenced and In good shape to bnlld on.
Very desirable lot, ..t
Its) A JHR FARM In Ausltnbunr, east or village.
Large new house, good bains, young orchard in beariug
condition. Farm well watered, sue ypung sugar bush.
A first class dairy farm, For sale cjieiip, and on good
terms of payment.
: A large number of vacant, Lots located In every part
of the village at very low prices, anil on time to suit
ouetomers. Also Houses and lots not specified above
for waut of space. All persona desiring lo purchase
property In Ashtabula, w ill do well to call and examine
lhat which I haveftr sale, before binding themselves
to other parties. Omce over Sherman A Hall's Law
Qffloe, Main Street, Ashtabula, Ohio,
1 V EDGAR HALL.
N. B. Parlies having Real Bttatt which they desire
sold, will always Sud me ruadv to do their business
promptly, and for reasonable ciu&uusslons,
Ashtabula. Ohio, Bent. It 187. ' 11 )R4.tf
C. E. HUTCHINSON.
144 eaawtor 4.,cisvslsaa,0
Newspaper Advertising Agent
'4 . AIM BSALMtt IM 3
sk JOHNSON'S PRIIfTINO )HfL,
Brsasa) ae4 fiUtus Farsaslai tlssas g hi sir,
Splendlil Country Residence
rPIIK residence of the late Rev. John
A Bsim, stuated la Baybrook, on the North Ridge
road, one mile from the Depot of the L. 8. a M. b. II.
R , one fourth mile from Post OMce. Churches and
School house. It embraces thirty live acres of choice
The bulldlnga are new anil lo complete reoalr Ian
and elegantly finished h use surrounded by beautiral
gnwniia, e'.jl'v aunnlied Ivith ornamental trees and
ehrnhbory; Sne'tiarn w)tn eeii-i'S''e! young: orchard
of tbrae acres of rholce ft alt. -MHroia , p-i-nhle
proqerty, and will basold very low lOMrtleitraV Heilale.
Knuuire or uu uiLLirra, al D, w. tlaskall'e, Ashta.
bnla. Ohio. teiaif.
LL persons are Lerubv warned ao-ainRt
Inking or removing any fiaud or Gravel from this prem.
taee of the 8ubserlber, from aud ajir this dale, with
out ursi nayiug lor ine same.
I U. HUBBARD ft CO.
Ashtabula, Juue a, 18TS. lxihi.if
1 Hair, Work.
MHS. WM. GILMAN, oi.posite the
Kl.k House, Ashtabula O., would respectfully
aeu'ounce to the ladles of this vicinity, lhat she Is pro
pared ta riu In the best stylo, all kinds of work lu hair,
sm has BHA1DINU, CUJUatfO, elAKlNd BW1TCU
E8, du, &o. . ' -
I.ADIE8' HAIR WANTED,
for which the hlgneet price will be paid. Her work
will compare wuU wllh auy cily work, while her Diivee
are far luss.
Ashtabula, Oct. M 18T8.
j , JUST OfENEjy.
j , u. ,;.,'. Cheep NlghtadtiW v ..
rvy . '
1 HE Subsotiber . has iust - ODened s
una at the Station, In the new building erected op the
"" vrur, waere mey ne round al ali Umss. asuD
ply of Uraln-Coru.Dsls. MeaU A. ... , ;
' j . , A'o, etock of
G Tt O O E R I JS S,
Embracing all n'eadfhl supplies for family use. of the
wwiwi auu i:si)uaiu.isa, auaaou au new rrcen. '
, Also a Stock of CROCKERY aad GLASSWARE.
II Is the iulentioa of ths aubacrlber lo bajiu with the
times In ths excellence of his goauts. end l he low nirure
at which they will be ottered to the public. A share of
palrouage u solleltedi M. O. ttUMPalith.
Ashubula, Feb. U, 191. MuD
- T .
. . , .
1 III GH, Tiitrnt M diclnns, iVrfiunos,
Snaps. Wines and Muunrs for ainllrlnal purposes. Fan
cy and Toilet Uonds, stationery, Hchool Hooks,
Varnishes, Brashes, Ac, at
. t. MATTBHON'fl
Opposlto Ashtabula Home, Ashtabula. O. H44
Jloune to lleitt, and Jlorne
. for Hale.
L ToUSE next east of mv tiwellinp;.
Kour rooms nninhiil: pump anil sink convenient,
woodhoiipe and spring house; good cellar. (A pr
month until spring, aud longer If desired, ou fair terms
to he agreed tiinn. , ,
Yot'NO HnilSK, fust, gentle and; sonnd. Price"
(lrl, on credit If doalred and agreed to.
R. W. GRISWOLD,
A"htalmla. Nov. 11th. 1R79. IWfiir
NO SHO Y !
C01TON, or WASTE 1
2 nf th '
FLAflELS, and YARNS!
j Mannfactureit by ( r.
' , Port Byron, Cayuga Co., N. T.
For Sale by
October 1 et 1873. "(imo. 1S43
IT1 XT JFL 3STI TUHE.
CALL AND 8EB
J. S. BEACH & Co's
FaNE STOCK OF FURNITURE.
"CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD."
HAVING n complete outfit for carry
ing on this branch or the business, we reel confi
dent that, we can give satisfaction to those having need
of the services or an Undertaker, If they will entrust
us wiiu rneir nusiness.
J. 8. BKCH. P. D. DOTY.
Ashtabula.March 80, 1872. 1160
Fence Posts Shingles I
I HE Subscriber has just received a
Cedar Fence Posts,
of all slues, from 4 to 8 Inches in diameter, which will
be sold at fair prices.,
Also, a cargo of first quality of shaved
which are also for sale at hie yard, near the factory ol
L. M Crosby. L. C. Niwill.
Ashtabula, Oct. 1st. 8m 1S38
To Whom It May Concern
I TAKE this opportunity of saying to
my patrone and friends that having left Ashtabula, I
deeire a speedy settlement of my accounts, and to in
vite all to call upon I. O. Fisher, Esq., who has in his
hands all my books of account, and will give due atten
tion to tbe business. Expressing the hope that the
same promptness and attention that hae characterized
your deal with me In the past may be continued, I am
as ever, 1380 - Youra, O. B. MOKB.
THE BLISS QARDEN FOR SALE.
TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT AND
X .good home, Jnft pnqmre of the people In Ashtabula
and stop nver and look for yourself at a splendid garden
Of nearly three acres, under high cultivation and full of
the choicest fruit, with good house and out buildings in
rood repair; also, well, cistern, and spring of never
railing water, with Ihree good pumps. Tbe spring is
eight leet square, wall laiuTin cement, an. 1 170 rods of
tile drain ou the place. It has taken the first premium
for elifht or ten years, wlthont exception, and will be
sold very cheap, with (1000 running one year, If desired
Also, a horae, wagon, garden tools, and household
goods, SituatedalHtlesotUhWeatorthe borough llinltt
on the Round Head road, known as the Diiee property
Ashtabula. Jan 1 1873. 1DO0
tnslTING CAKDS e-qual to the bes-
I Copoer Plate, and on the finest Bristol Roar
Cards, at the TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Best Time Terms !
About QO Lots.
- t 0-0
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE !
READ! READ! READ!
The Haskell, Crosby A Durman Plat, lying east and
south of tbe Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Round
houao. City of Ashtabula, Is now offered for sale in
. buiLdinu Lort,
On tbe Lowest and Most Convenient Terms
Ever offered Id Ashtabula I
NOW'B THE TIME TO SECURE HOMES !
These Lot art tht Largett Ever Offered in
AthtabulOt being each Sixty feet
front, or over, and 800
Tbe Plat iron li easts on West street. Has
kell Avenue, 60 feet wide runs through
tbe centre of Die Plat from West
Street tu the Griswold line. A
street 60 tVet wide runs
from the end of Has .
tell Avenue to tbe p ,-' '
.ki i.Nort "
,n i)d(1,i' i'
Making the most desirable Lots of
any in, the City.
For Terms sud Purtii'iilnra inquire of
T. A. Dorman.
At D. W. Haskicll's Slora Main Street,
O o m In e..
MOTIONS, TOT8,ALBUMS, '
Toy Books, Perfumes in Shell Bas-
., i --v"i in.
kets for Holiday Presents. ,
'..;. . .
I do not sell my goods so high that I eaa afford to
eve cash premiums, but every Surer may be eare of
a euouey a worla. ' , SUS
' . ' ' . . .
eonplc oi ' r,.(M ' Knfi lHu,ti h'i lo
i,Ii-m t,,. vii, mi "t fit In -iti, r I.;.. ymt4 r
Awhtjibnta Why 10, i ivr.tr T. V. KWfU.,
Florenco Sowing iMacliinui-l
Ashtabula and vicinity, tbt plie haf secnrcrl ths Agrtirf .
of the sbnvn Hewing Machine, This nai-hlns Isji t
IINIVKKHAI, KAVOI'I'i h, ami evev person whs run- IJ'
templates unrehaslnir a loaehlna shoolil call at lit
Dress-niakiug rooms of
Main Hreel, AshtkCnta
It A lij W A li K
" ."y";r. aw it,
AVE been adding largely to tlie.'o"
stock, and now present a very complete varioty of wJL
In their line, such ae V
IKON, NAILS, SHELF GOODS, Al CUTLERY, Vv
COOK AND PARLOlt STOVES,
various pa terns Eastern and Wostern' makes
AXELS, SPRlNOo, BUBS, SPOKES
n(J other Carriage Trimmings,
FARMTNQ A GARDEN UTENSILS, OT ALL KIND
Paints, Otis & Yarnlnhes,
Paint and Whitewash a Tarloty,
GLASS, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS AND
Also, a full stock or
TIN TV ABB.
Having an experienced workman, special attention is
paid to i
Such as Eve Tronghlng, Roofing, Smoke Pip. end Re
pairing oral! kinds, e'ther at the shop, or outside, in
matters ot Pumps, Pipes, Ac.
Prompt attention to orders, with ae good work and as
favorable prices as any In the trade. A share of patron
age is solicited. CROSBY WETHER WAX.
Ashtabula, April, 1871. nil Opposite Flsk House.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS?
r RENCH fc WEIBLEN Manufactur
ers Daeiere in LRATHER Sc FINDINGS in the
moiiow, opposite rnaraix foundry, Main street, Ash
CASH PAID FOR HIDES, PELTS AND CALV HKIN8
Just received, and now for sVe as good en assorted
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
as can be found In any Western Market, and which wll
be sold on the most reasonable terms. I hope to make It
an object for Boot and Shoe, and Harness Manufacturers
in the vicinity, to favor me with their patronage, feeling
satisfied that I can eell them everything needed in their
ousiness as cneap ae can oe louna in CHrreland, or even
the Eastern Markets, therebv saving freight and Imaiins
expensea, and loss of time.
All are cordially invited to call and examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere. Confident that I can make
It for yonr Interest to buy In this market. I shall take
pleasure in eeelng my old friends and the public, and
showing them my stock. Below, I give a partial list of
Spanish and slaughter, sole, npper and harness Leather:
Spanish and slaughter kip ; French calf and kip ; oak and
hemlock calf and kip ; collar leather and horse hides
men's and women's morocco band and lacing leather
linings, bindings, topping and russets.
FINDINGS. , . '
Lasts, pegs, thread, wobb, Packard's Ink, Iron and sine
nails, round bead tacks, bristles, awls, hammer, placers,
sand stones, rasps, knives loan site sticks, ana straps,
hoot trees, shoe laces, punches lasting Irons, eyelets, eve
let sets, stitch-wheels, etitch-markere, heel shaves, edgl
planes, strip awls, welt knives, elastic, heel ball, stitch
Ing cord, lasting tacka, heel and toe plates, boot blacking,
hoot brushes, harness oils, and all kinds of finishing
Irons, eto. etc. FRENCH ft WEIBLEN. v
Insure your Dwellings ana farm Irtof
ertr In the ' - ".
Watertown Fire Insur . Co.,
OF WATERTOWS, N. Y. '
Capital and Surplus over (825,000
Rates 10 to 20 per cent, lower than
ehergei by oompaules doings general boslneas and In
sures nothing more hazardous than dwellings and their
contents. No business property taken. Insures against
all loss or damage by tire or lightning, and no company
can be on a safer basis, and bat few mors proaporoa
than the Watertown. It Is not subject to sweeping fires
or heavy losses. It did not loose adoltarlntboCbieago
Fire or in those of Michigan or Wisconsin. Has saved
the ownere ot dwellings and farm property ovor $100.
000 in New York State in the last four years, by Ita ree V
tonable rates. You van save money by calling on
auuaa hali,, Agent,
, Foa &uli sx
SHO. 4. HUBBARD.
Ashtabula, June, 187S
LIVERPOOL & LONDON &
0L0BE INS. CO.
OTAL Aasete, Gold, .20.000,000,00
it in the United States, held by
the Direetprs n Wew Vprk.,,., M.W ,oup.o
All Shareholders personally responsible for llieeu.
gagemenla of the Company.
UM. BI.YTH, Ashtabula.
Kiln-dried, All Pine Doors for .
$1.75 to $3.25 ; -
JTlIE Subscriber, being onvinoed of tho
selty or a low priced door, has made ejiangeaients
to furnish them al the above
Jstonishin 1 Low Prices,;'
'' i i ' . r i .i ,
And all other goods In his line In the asms ratio, for
cash, aud caea only.
M f 'i ' .. I
"Small Profits and Large Sales' ;
Is my motto in the future. A large stock of Bash,
' BltuJs. and Doors constantly oo band. Over ,
One Hundred dittereat varieties ,
of Mouldings. Scroll Hawing done on short -notice,
and WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
.. .:A Large Stock of . -
. . . - t- ' r .
Oq has. AIM ft Urg sivock of 8ttUng,eflliir pf "
. :, ALWAYS ON HAND. l
. Call and see before yon buy, sal sm determined to
mako-it a object fur the aeople to boy of me, . , , i.
Ofllee and Mill opposite Chare a. Park, Vam Brreet .'
A. C. ClvJUa-alir.