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H. G. mite, T. B. ConnlagkMB,
xpitoks axd nontixTo&-
MiiiEESBUKO, O. : :Mabch 12, 1874.
moving atong pretty
Gladstone has settled
'comfortaWrn thefront Opposi-
tion bench inParliament,and mat-
much as though Disraeli or any
other man was there. In truth,
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cbanre of Ministry will immedi
ately produce wonderfu
ling events in London.
isiry wm iimuc-
ately produce wonderful or start-
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DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT FILLMORE.
Ex-President Mfllard Fillmore
t a it.- ; Bnffjin
died at his residence in Buffalo,
at ten minutes past eleven Sun-
dav night. He was conscious up
t the last. At 8 o'clocK. m:re-
totneiasr. .0 ciock, m re-
ply to a question by his physician
hesaid that the nourishment was
words. His death was painless,
palatable. These were Ais last
The proposition to establish
postal, savings depositories was
debated by the Committee on
Banks and Banking for a week er
so. and finally rejected.. . The re
commendation of an extension of
li. m. ilaliiTiiw crctam ic mAt. I
rather by a curtailment 01 me
ctrotom tiprQRsrv economv
mandine-it. and generally where
the President and Department
rouw wiuuuncc iuuu
The pre valing impression made
by General Garfield's speech in
answer to iaws is mam was a
t t it
great success. In Eepubbcan
circles it is considered unanswer-
able. The Democrats concede
i,:i; a io.,.-i.;i: tu
v-t i fui x a Tn
"Liberals" and "Independents"
pose of Democratic Congressmen
to reply to it, declaring their be-
lief that the bundling attacks of
the Democrats will but add to
the popular belief in the invul-
nerabiUty of Garfield's statement
The Constitutional Convention
DroDOses to take a cood look in-
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io uie Buujeuu oi cugu ocuooih.
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ji. resoiuuon oieviuence asio me
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number of such schools, charac-
ter of studies, and results in the
size of graduating classes. There
are a srood many neoDle vet who
doubt the propriety of such
schools forming part of the free
educational system, and there
are others who would not cavil
at their maintainanco if they
could he convinced ot the benefit
with the cost. It is well to have
the statistics sought for, whether
tbey tell for of'against the ?HTgh
Afloonnr? Vinootc nf -lior onilitvl
to heat back anv daring foe that
11 rm. i t
may assail her. The late report
other Adtutant uenemi snows
her warlike property to he, in-
dod. formidable. Sh has SS
Enfield rifles, 32 Austrian mus
Vota. KSnnitAd States miiRkp.ts.
carnage ana caissons, a o pouna
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guns?2 Woodruff howitzers, 3-
000 cartridee boxes. 61
ooWc anri i hn.n TiJotnl Thic
mriTil i r trntrrr Trrrsl 1 tirafa it
thatin most cases the ammuni
i:v r.v r.s.s
sue naa 4Z,uw cartnages oi can-
her 72 with which to load the
Austrian muskets of caliber
and, 17,000 elongated hall catridges'
of caliber 54 with which
load' 1,000 muskets of caliber 58.
j yj i,uuu uiusqqvo uMuuvi
How can the invaders he moved
down either with G pound guns
when they must be charged, if
all with 12-nound shells? It
nainfnllv pvidflnt. that the Gads-
hillrohhersarein no immediate
danger from the war power
PRESERVATION OF FOREST TREES.
A message from the President
has brought before Congress an
imnortant measure for the ureser-
vation fir5arfbrests. At the
PortlandJAeting;"of the Ameri
can Association for the Advance
ment of Science, that body em-
powered a committee to memori-
rt xi.r. t. r l
alize Congress on this subject.
The memorial recommends the
appointment of some man of ap
proved and practical acquaint
ance with the subject as a Com
missioner of Forestry. His du
ties will ba to investigate the
consumption,imporlation and ex
portation of timber,the means for
its preservation and renewal, the
influence of forests upon climate,
and. the experience of foreign
can he no doubt that prompt ac-
tion is needed to save our forests
lands from denudation. The ex
pense of measures having this, in
view would probably be soon re-
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imbursedby the increase of yalu-
w t,-mr.- fi,
the use of what still remains.
Even if a Forest Commission
does little else than enforce exis
ting laws,so as to check the prod
igal waste by axe and fire that
is now taking place, great good
will be accomplished.
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This is better reading than an
account of an Indian massacre:
The Cherokee nation now nam- to
bers60 000. Its Superintendent
in SeSSlOa Ulllo
eluding geometry, rneionc, eit;
the schools are
months annually, and that all the
Enriish branches are taught, in-
w - - .la
,Tmf there are 44 native teachers
an 22 pale.faces; that they have
tritVi 90 in-
UUO Ul UUUUU
mates, one lemaie mgu buxuu., -
pressed over by a teacher from
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Mf Tlnlvnke. Mass..and oneMor- L
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avian missionary school. These
.Ann1 l.ava been sunncrted by
the United States tor miny-nve
wnnimisi or since their lorma-
years past, or since xneir ior
tion,and about &u,uuu is now ap-
propriated by Congress annually
I. a r i.lm Tim vnnonn. I
to susiam iulu.
tendent thinks that the nation
will in time support me scnoais
wiuumt any a.u u.
The centennial ceieorauon, ur
at least the plan proposed by the
m . 1 -a.
IFennSVIVanianS 10 maKe 11 U JLU- M-"'
7 fuJrLfl.ifion does not
ternationa. lixposition, aoes noti,'
rnPi with much favor in the Sen-1
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iavorea 01 a nauuuai "-",,
n wnlcn lne general guiuCuu
should invite the several states
nfthe Union to narticiDate. When
on International Exposition was
held it should be in JNew lorK,
i. ..ih i jv nn v wr I
siiuuiu uo in j.-,
and he thought that 1880 would
he soon enough for it There is
ti,of xl- , :
doubt that the manner in
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any rnuaueipma iouujrib,
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been pushing the project, has
created a bad impression as to
the character of the enterprise,
r offnrte t innlr canital
out of the Centennial these indis-
I injured the prespectsof a meri
Sirls from one of the
schools in Kttsburg were out for
a walk on Tuesday, last week,go-
ing along two by two,when turn-
ing into a street on which saloons
do much abound.all atoncethere
I .n imiwawnl
w a 3 u,-
jsirr 1 1 1
leu-ue-joie oi Biuaix arms, rautcu
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by the sudden clapping to of the
window shutters ot all the sa-
loons. The supposition was that
the women temperance move
ment was inaugurated, and in five
minutes not a saloon hut was
closed and ready for prayer and
praise. When the innocent girls
had passed by, the saloon keep-
ers. one by one peeped out to sur-
vflv the sifnatfon. and confidence
was restored, the doors Unlocked
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ana tne tramc went on. -i-ne
wicked flee when no man pursu-
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
says that "in the way of stealing
t ti. T?,.io:a o,t aK tho
the Kepublican party wears me
norns.- oust so. it js iuuso
horns.' Just so. It is those
identical "horns" which dishon-
est Democrats dislike and dread
so much; they have gored so ma-
2 nv corruDtions. antt exnosea so
When the Ke-
3 j i nn il T
many bcuuuurcis. vo aw-
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publican party discovers corrup-
cavalrvltion, it unmasks and punishes
Hip, jriiilfv: while, on the other
o ' .
fV.o TioTnn.i-ifc oTsrl them,
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selves to tUe utmost to slneia ana
protect their thieves, as not to
n;i,. Jr,I.toc1-0 onfn.i-ont.
nuu.unv T". Z .
ny iJuraucu iu uuu .uuu, au
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32 our own State.
The CentennialCelehration hill
was defeated in the Senate Sat-
rday and the prospect for go v-
ernment aid to that project
at slim- I-steadcfan internation-
tional exhibition will he held
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islai exP0Sluon M luat ume u "a
which the government will invite
of the several states to contribute.
This will he a disappoint to the
Philadelphians who wanted
World's Fair in 1876, hut the cel
ebration can still be made
grand affair, and the invitations
to the several states should meet
with hearty response
There has been fearful weath-
rr on tnfi Atlnntir. for tlifi nriRt
foptninL Nearl a.i tl.e -e!m.
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lar' steamers starting from the
continent have been obliged
put in at Queenstown for repairs,
and much anxiety is fel t concern-
The British army has overpow
tli a Ashan-
tees, King Koffee isa prisoner
ing some that are overdue and
not heard irom. And yet ship-
owners will not try the southern
T,n.irfl tlirnnrrh Ihe winter
takes a little more
and the British lion is satisfied.
It is time for a new deal
Spain. TheCarlists are sweep
ing things before them ana
SerranaJovernment at Madrid
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weaker and more helpless than
nnv.of its xiredBcssors. Don Car-
j .A... .nn-.
the way of business
till j v a. Abu (4wuv -.vaa .- J ww
los promises to he crowned King
when he enters JJUboa.
Our Democratic legislators de
clare they are too busy to
bothered with prayer meetings,
although what they are doing
able to tell.
AMENDING THE ADAIR LAW.
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nng to the proposed amendment
the Adair Liquor Lar, which
provides tnat belore a wile, or
t i i . i i ii i
uia&ca uei iiu&uuuu, miuci ui duu
mvrauugunu mc picscuuo
drunk, she must first have given f
that saloon keeper notice eitner
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witnesses to desist from such sale
"This amendment, as applied
I I M --Aa-l-l -A-.as. w nil
. , keepers not
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on i;n,. in i,o hnnVarl Vo.
U BCU UUUUi 111. I uu0vauA fcv I
fore the Adair law would secure
ouiu ouic -------
her any protection. It must be I
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oWP Trirot and rlanirbtprs in this
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such an amendment wouId utter.
y aestroy the Adair law as a re- L
straining statute. Of the drunt-
qrn'e ttu'DC nrfi f
cify t one teuW0ulddare to
k frjm matinK i,er husband
or fatner a beast man wno
neeus 7"' . "f w,
nioe !i rriir-whn wniitn Tint he SI-oa
laic iw li union. 11 Am 1
h nws. anv sucn intenerence wiin
his appitite for drink. It is to
1.1 J A. r l. ,J tkn I
lino prmiir. ni wfiniiiii k i ijii
evry lew of them' even thon8h
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1 ii 1 ifrii 111 mii n.1 trt Liicii uuiiiv ri lui 1
ir,j ij - co.hn
il 111 UUniUUl T 6. V 1UIU M I
worbid man behind the bar
from making her husband or fa-was
r ,1rntlc Aq tu. i nw
standg it ig hard enough forfami-
Ies to protect themselves against
the shocking brutaliues vmicn
grow out of habitua' drunkenness
iiY(jrttho Arinir law down 'nrn
, 0.vatn omondmenf. andthe
Lrnnfeard ;n Cleveland would
urf, 1.30O chances aeainst the
ni u:a nntmo-Ad familv The
one ot his outragea lamuy. me
Legislature need not Hatter ltseit
that the law-abimg people of
L,iBfl tn wi,-r,-. nin
The one simple.direct
0f the proposed amendment
would be to kill tee only temper
ancelaw which has ever been
copied with such valuable results
Illinois, Michigan, Rhode Is-
jaUUtllVII -a. J-" nuu vayuwA. uvwwwa
vv iui uu uwu
Uorn ;,i0f nn thin f -which thp
Ihere is just one tmng wmcn ine
Legislature should do with tne
Adair law that is, let it alone."
THE OHIO GAME LAW.
At the meeting of the Ohio
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State .agncuuura. v,ouveii., ncru
Columbus recently, composed
of delegates representing nearly
nil r tho nrmnrr a cmpiiTrrtrai nn
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I ntAfine f 1 fa r-mrrii f ton
cnfcmirteri th fnllnwino- rs
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olution as a part of their report
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ATcpnt that nt the end of
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tached providing that the prose-
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cutor was to u,e uwu
land trespassed upon. The res
Resolved, That the Legislature
I of Ohio be resnectfull v urired to
amend the game laws of Ohio, so
as lo seenre'to the owner or oc-l
cupier of lands all game thereon;
in mntfi all persons who shall
of ar.other liable to the
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uwiici u. ULbumn wi ottiv ittim
. .i .i ...-a ma j
lor tne Value OI said game, anu
fr0m all other damages resulting
irom said, catcning or Killing oy
sald trespassers; and that it be a
penal offence, punishable by fine
imprisonment, for any per-
nn to 0 UDOn the nremises of
snn n n 1T.nn the nremises of
another for the purposes of hunt-
ing or killing as aloresaid.
llariiTA In a rlnnA a rrnnrl thinr.
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ueing uounug leas man uie pre-
A member of the Ohio
. i ,i A !,;
satuic nun uuuc a. cuuu iuii
sentation of a bill to strangle the
"emotional insanisv dodce," so
ereat a favorite with the murder-
" .... . . m..
er oi uie penuu. me uui pio-
1 1vniPQtnnr. what, insanirvis -nlfian-
,qafaOQ rt n ni4inSni
Wf,A. fi,n Hsnnor shall ha ex-
UliaiCC OUaU UO CA
s"ji.' :-i a.j
lr a v B" ' 1 ""J
sa auuuu w cauc, jv. "
I .--.- -.1- - Inila l "k tm O I TifA
course tails, anQ tue trial pr?-feet
e'eeds. If really insane, he
sent to a lunatic asylum and kept
there until cured, when the trial
is tn Tie resnmed.
l lp t f 1 1 rl rI fll P . HI V 71 Y7 . Ill ;1 K
is have no doubt that the shortest
way to resumption w.ould be
red million more greenbacks.lhat
Ixl 1. ll. r . 1 .1
imrougiiuio issue m iu.u uuuu-
would make creenhacks worth
about four dollars a cord,and the
n,-.D nr.iA i,m -.:n.
UldUIICia HUU1U411U UICJU 1VALU
their corn and burn them for fuel
then we should have specie pay-
any plan ot resumption."
An "honest man" is around the
purchasing farms and
: c. 11 t
W'-S "'Luu"" l"
bargain. He then requests the
n-nfo Io -ama n
vendor to write his name on
niece of naner so that he will not
forcet it and the next dav the
nnmfi annrars at. tliR hank at the
bottom of a note for several hund-
Within the corporate limits
Ashland there are ninety-five men
who have passed the age of sixty;
fourteen are. over seven
will ifour Z
one over eighty, Mr. Francis Gra
ham. There is one who refuses
to give his age, put as he is con
len piaung maraage,
on his part will not excite serious
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cuuiiuuiu. xxio aSc, u-vci,uas
hppn set down at sixtv-five
Philadelphia IS alter UIO onn-
day Imuor business. A petition
been presented to Mayor Stoke-
r. . .. . i
lov nEirin- Tim fininrremeni.
the law.and that official promises
to execute any ordinances that
i-ua-ute aujr waum-u---
is may Dy me couris.
I rm l i r
ine ci-uu 01 anximy seums
last lilted Irom tho Ashantoe war.
n tirii -.1,-i.oo- fi-I,f.
:- .cn.i,. ft.- .inotli n-
iut uvumij m, -
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Pcrg., aP1i-ai lu i.-u
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Florida naners state that a rat-
tlesnake has been killed on Lake
Gen Volseley,who has been fight-
Okeechobee with fifty-four rat-
ties. The charming tale should
ties. The charming
be sent to Barnum.
Deth of Millard Filmore.
Oar dispatches this morning,
iSnta?rnu FiImore. which
occurred at a late hour last night, at
n:s nome in isunaio.
The difficulty was
erions at ursc, anu fen
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ue.was luaaiui: ,uov
gress toward recovery unaer ens
treatment of his valued friend and n0
, - -p-,.f Tomnc P White. -.I
ii aiLiau ivi j uiuwu -- 1 i niii
wnen ne . espeneutcu -j.
, ician prof. james P.. "White,
stroke The paralysis a'ly ex- the
it;. ,ipoth.' therefore.
. a. J TkMnnlmnt HQ II
- n9sess;on of
his mental faculties, and bore his
-.It f1 - w,,i - I
tended toward his lower extremities
until at last he wasunable to move. ner
"snfferinffs with cheerfulness and for
"NT . "
e wa . -3 ana
1.. jan. (. xouu, nuu bm mc..w.- lw0
Past. sevn .at ? ime. " 5
.wi.son frido ?ind it was dnrinz i-
Jeatn. in iota ms latuur icmu.--
Conntv. where he cultivated WP
Bm.ii farm. Millard was sent to
Livingstone county to learn the Q
Uhe intenals of'work at wool card-
ing that he laid the foundation for
After four years 01
hn nrno to L'On I II III i 4
a"; WooTof Cayn
county, who saw in him abilities
w . ...
At for a higher station. ne.e u
4.arriif fithnn nr i wfi 1
1.0 rp- -
d to"BunaIo, from which place
1.. :n 1 uuu -. mn mi rn inn i
ub was. iu 10-, 'tmiuv,u w .w
General Assembly. At that timeL-ere
, htu: ij 0r,ti,-l.
in ivriK :l 1 k ill", uuu uuiibu uvub
nnncitinn Tn 1832 hn was elect-kvfnff-
u wuvujmvui m I
ea to uea cauu.uaw .u.
. MQ nnm!nntPIi in-the
WM to be Governor of New York,
elected Controller of the State in
1R17 'rii nevt. vparne waseiec
Vice-President of the United btates,
and by the death of Gen. Zackaiii
Taylor m July, 18a0, came uncx-
pecieuiy lnio lue prcaiuciitj. "
j j r
from Uc .. f and hag gince
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P""1 lu "u"?lu-. . t,.A-"lKV"m
it was uunng ins prcsiaencv tuatirou
effectUr"A7v f,mo,,, mmiic res-fnoTr,.r
Llutions were passed. They had
Deen previously discussed in the
Senate while Mr. Fillmore was pre-
siding over that body, and he had
already signified his appro.-al of
tnose compromise uiensincs .100
tion of 1852 he was
... n ir. -rvi t 1 .
lugltive Slave Ulll. jIIT. xmuune o
of ms party. At tue w n.g :wmu
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1 wnnmmnt.inn. anti a iuouu iu uui-1
ic the fu2itive slave Jaw includsd,
" ".J , . 007 tnl
was approveu u a
60, he could not command 20 votes
from the free States.
i i n mi i.nt: iic.l: utattoi i
Tr, Fillmore was one of our acci-
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Pmoirinntc m r
LffoHir nm! pmuini
integrity and capacity, but had
make a man a perpetual candidate,
.L tr. .mat. for the White House.
His course as the Chief Executive
disappointed mauyoi tue w nigs,
i anu. uc reureu nuui mo umvo i
W15 fl mfttl
w - I
Hone OI UlUaC oUlUUlg uaiim-a V"-"
attract the general attention, and
out general regret. He was a pure
Usn-sni was a sood and useful
THE JEFF. DAVIS CASE.
At the besinnins of this Terra
Lvamination of those chareed with
t.hp lvnehino-of JeffDavis in Hascrs-
ville' last summer. John Shank I
one of the parties who has been in
0;ati. trm nfnnrt. wnsl"c
discharged, the grand jury, deeming
theeviaence lnsuuicieni 10 warrant
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an indictment, me uoiy enucuix
AOTtnA nrPSf.nt.ed asrainst
him berore tho folrmer grarjd0 jury
. rtu Urt. thnt blood was found I
npon his coat. It is now under-
st00(i that this coat was worn by
one of the other parties on that
nicht. The other three parties were
nirrht. The other three parties were
re-indicted formurder in the first
degree, anu me vr.a.v. ouci
been set for Wednesday, jjiarcu ll.
it is not probable, however, that the
case will be reaencu Deiore tne 101-
ir.l. . t-- rri.
lowing jjionuay. x.iu icasuu
re exnminins these cases Dy tne
re examin.ug iucac tiaco
present grand jury is an alleged do
feet in the former indictments.
Two thousand school children
Lp a-fii,i i,n B;moii tlio
Loudonville is to have a new
town hall this snring, 45 by To
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Van Wert county is maingan
effort to organize an insurance
company of its own.
H I 1 111 1 1 U43 UUbUllc avail. w,
the Star say 500 could he let
as fast as they are built.
More than two women cannot
without being taken for "crusa-
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now walK together on tne streets
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A Columbus physician asKs
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that the tolling of church hells
pe Qisconunueu urniK sa.uu..
A New York Central Kailroad
tram made eighty miles in eign-
ii- t i . i:
everyuiuig, anu i ..a. c s...
lent hands on the person of Ins
a I A 1 It,,. l,;nir -
Matters continue VCrV lively in
Cuba, and even a cable control-
led by the Spaniards finds it diffi
cult to mention any. success of
the Government troops.
The Lorain County Agricultur
al Society has decided to hold its
, seventy ninth annual fair on the
o-rnnnris in Klvria nn thfi 30
of September and 1st and 2d
stalks with lengthen-
ing steps over India. There is
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llV.n1 . -Innli. .,,,1 f ,, I too.to
'".p"vi t j" ii J I
to distnbute it. India would not
hfi a rrood rdace for a Conirress
1.(1... ... n r. .1 ...nn nnn . n
Hillill i. uiauicu uiAu nuca iu
roost on an ash barrel under the
. . ... ...
01 srnnn trnm nnn o'cincir A. nr. nnti
bavbreak. instead of seeking his
own comfortable bed, there is
uw.. .uu.iuausu. cu, ts.o
naruiy a uouui 01 u e lac mat
H. 1 KfliTlUlIlIIlir IK LI1B 111ULLC1 Wll 11 Ills
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n , i -.i i .i
M nnmn. ir Riiniiiiaieu wiin mien uu-1
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nouncements as tins: a negro
. " 1. 1 1 5 i I
plowman wmie piow ing on iu.
plantation of Miss Carrie Groce,
of Hale county, found an
chest containing $90,000 in
I and silver bars."
MR. LINCOLN'S DREAM.
In the life of Dickens, written by
For.ter, occurs the following,
T. ,.,-. Foster,
violation of the rule of avoiding pri
Dickens Irom "Washington) is giv-
jts anecdote- of -"resident an
after his return, anu i am unuer
necessity to withhold from it the
. t f- Cnmnor'u TlfimP
rif lrii.v 1 1 i in. wu4u" - i
iam going io morrow -""-Imen
Prcsuient, w ho has sent to me
ri. 1..M.. hi. own Secre-
v. Stanton is a man with a very
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tw:ft t iiined with Charles bum-
Sunday, against my rule; h
:ls x izinj. ouui"- r j '
SecreUry Stanton was the only
remnrkahle memorv. and extraorui-
- , - j.
nairly familiar with my books, tie
, y, ":V. firo .
anmoer b - --
nuonc men at uicuius
dent'? !,edsld?J ?n4 havAns,r??a ?f.
.,,,i .Ucrrpnancies about de-
-"-- v ",.,.
witn mm until ue ureatueu u
Ml into a verv interesting con-
vprsfltion after dinner, when, each
them giving his narrative separte
iIsof tim0'wereobsen-able. Then
Mr. Stanton told me a curious little
story wh.ch will form tne remainaer
xUI Inflnv I in II1I 9 I I.Pf- I
nLn f the dav on whic ihe Pres-
ident was ,hotr tberc was a Cabinet
. . I
CounciI,at wb.cl. ne presioeu. "
i,n;nnr f tim tiTnf 1 ;nm
r Tnrii.Am tmnns
tuat were concentrated about here,
. T .1
: i ah into nnvn i nn v
amveu ramw ,. ,
waiting for him, and, on en-
Tprinir 1,1 h iuuiua buv -
in Rnmethin? he was sav-
UIVA x O
mgnity m i vu, u-Lr .
,.T " o, i.i. i.rl.Mii custom was
and that instead of telling irrevel-
grave and calm, and quite a differ
the council with the Attorney Oen-
Lral, said to him: "That is the most
satisfactory Cabinet meeting i nave
auenueu ior mauj a '""S "y
.vtmordinanr chanee in
M Lincoin r xbe Attorney Gener-
, .. , u r ti.f hpfnm
came in. v uue we were wmu-
,. h uld. with his chin
down on his breast, " Gentlemen,
sometaing very extraordinary is go-
jns to happen, anil tliat very soon.
To which the Attorney General had
observed, 'something good, sir, I
eu very gravcij, i uuu u iu.. ,
;t will hinnen. and shortly, too.' As
. ;m..g.d b- his maD.
. .111 1 ui Aai
lt Will liappen.uuu suu ii), i.
ner, tne Awornev gene.a. u.
upagaln. -na J . ,r i.,
" . :.
ininrmaiion. sir. uuu cu uwwuaw
to us?" Xo answered the Presi-
J T l..n Itnrl n llraatn Ot,.!
1 nave now nau me same uicam
three times. Once on the night
luicc sjiujt. rauw r
Drecediii2 the battle of Bull Run;
fc w. . i , -i i
another (naming a 1
Attorney-General. '"Well,' replied
the fresiaent, witnous mung ...
ucau u- ..urtiiuiQ ,....,
nnfa tllP TIllTht nrPPPflintr SUCa
uuvv " n r- a
r .l,r. VHU TTia nli.n
Uunk on his breast again, znd ho sat
renectinsr. "Jiignt one asK ire us-
w . . . ....
turn r,f tins rire.im. sir? " saiU rne
am on a great broad, rolling river,
and I am in a boat and I drift and
I drift-but this is not. business,'
suddenly raising i s fa? and look-
inrr nrniincl the table as Air. Stanton
entered. 'Let ub proceed to business,
gentlemen. Mr. Stantonand the
Attorney-General said, as they walk
, f .y'...": Z IJa i.
. u..'i. on..ri
and tfj fl notiue
' ,,. ,.. niut
Looking up the Agricultural College
. ., . . . c
under tne resolution oi vougrcsa
Lt,ln tho nf Vnhrnnrv. Hon.
Jaes Monroc as Chairman ot the
pnmn,;n nn F.rW.ation and Labor.
has scnt to the officers of all agri-
cultural and other colleges which
received grants from the United
states Government under the act
States Government under the act
juiy o, 18C2, and the subsequent
enactments s ...p.ui,. u.ctu,-u
elaborate and careiuuy arranged se-
ries 0f questions making inquiries
concern nsr the investment anci se-
.. ... 1 i-. 1
'"'icuntvoi tae iudus di wusu iusuiu
tions. This is the beginning 01
uons. mis is we ucgmumg ui
thorough and long needed investi
p-ation of the condition f the Me
chanicaland Agricultural Colleges
r-..J.,l !. lil,.l!(.
a well defined
susnicion that many of these in sti
tutions are m a sickly and unprom
I. . .... . i . a.
isms condition, me resuu, oi laini
Ugant and incompetent management
As a principle, the Agricultural uoi
I . .
lege idea has proved the most con-
Unicuous failure in the educational
... tbig countr.. itistime
that the Government should look
;nto the matter and see how
bounties have been used. Prof.
chairman of his present committee,
has accordingly submitted to
three questions concerning tue.
t . i ?
managers onuesu iubliiuuuusiuiij-
dowments. present resources, pros-
pects, and conditions or each or
eoiwCs and schools subiectto
I -0 ... .....
qlUry. The blank upon which these
questions are ira
. if tho rpsnnnd in cnod
faitn tho resulfc wiu oe a mass ofin-
formation of timely and important
value to tue country, ijonsiaermg
. . .
I ,ul "" -o
tnral rrliiMt nn t he. resu ts are
nriSingly small. Mr. .Jlonroe
forthcoming report will probably
show where the trouble is. Cleve
Message from the President.
The following was issued
Washington, March 9, 1874."f
It is with deep regret that
President announces to tho people
nf tfin TTnitnl States the death
Millard Fillmore, one of bis honor
ed predecessors, who died ntBuffa-
I, i . : .ni.
I lr 'nnr Vn.L- loot nVOIIltlO' I
i ' i n..iT.,j
long continued public services
eminent purity of character of
deceased CX-Prcsidcnt Will bo
membcred beyond tho days
I . . . h . . .. .l...l, .fin H.Tinn
iuuuuimn iu tiiuuu fc". . "
be thrown by the event which
I.i .. i s ,nrl- r
uu. uuuuuutcu, v..
8Pect lo hi5 memory it
that the Executive Mansion
th vei ,lenartments be draped
, mourni the close of -the
I ... I .1 . r 1 1 ... 1 1 ...
j u ran iuii d..i
P'ace, anuuiai uusiness t.e s.,s,,u.u,
ml on the dav or the fu ncral. It
, .. , . ,1,. -rn.
furthermore ordered ihnt the
... , .
anil JMavv uenarimcnis cause aiiuiv
,-,.. Iinnor9 to i)e ,)aili
,.. OP(.naion. to the memorv of
eminent citizen whoso life is-now
U. S. GRANT.
The Liquor War.
Xew York, March 7. The ladies
who have been meeting in private
nr.i nravinsr for the success of'the
no.,.;j( BO-nint. linnor collected for
the first time in mass meeting yes-
tenlav and considered the best
church members who lease
tat iie wants to be put where he
;u j0 the most good in the fight
ennn to nrtmn in phtiikmi ni'i t.. ii u-
h . hts Brooklvn yesterday.
lu," ,r.V ' a r-rnnTra.
Bandof 8ix women each are to b
- - . , r
.iIlt:nt,a w winntrl favoriner dai-
an(j weekiy temperance prayer
meetings in uunsreui patus
city andthe circulation of pledges
.; t , limit.orl mimherof sa
loons quietly t0 TiS,t and try to per-
suaUe tue dealers to . give up
mass meetins is csncu
RnrrrRns. O.. Ifarch 8. Saturday
ni?ht the saloon keepers and their
friends held a meeting. About one
hundred and nrty were present,
Thr ml1 tolnokontall WO-
They reso! veil to 1 owi wo-
men who m,8h' P 5
."nrT" :wiV for no
I J MW VUW uu.un
candidate who favored this temper.
ance movement a oeiens.
CO AAA was nlorlrrpH Tins
was filled to its utmost capity.
I hn r I fJTfTTT Till IS. if. 1 11111111
a. 1112 iuuu4 vt& 1 uV v
. rtf iirnAaf., TTn!vraitr'
B. Dayw. of Wooster Unnersity,
Judire William A. Jacfeson and ex
1 - j
Chief Justice bcott all maueearnesi,
A dfifnnae fund of
a nmon temnerance meeiins was
held at the Lntheran Church which
,S,W in Pach
furnace, but the attempt to annoy
was a conspicuous failure.
hoon-kaepers surrendered this morn-
Fisdlat, O., March 7. Three sa-
Several barrels of
nnlir(,,i into the cutter in
ence 0fnearly a thousand people
haif past twelve o'clocK to-aay.
solemn and impressive BBiTiucs ncic
L.u tt in hnnorof the
event by the ladies. It is thought
, ' -n ..i,
7 mani i"c
close next weeK. rne women are
,T, IL, nvor the re-
Lmt 0f tue work thus far. Temper-
ancc sermons will be preached
au tlie churches to-morrow
ing and ,
he!d in tt
two mass meetings will
the evening, conducted
March 8. The wo
a-inrdnv afternaon call-
e forth nvcr two hundred and fifty
, . .
?f the leading ana most
laUlCSOl UUfUH, ICaUlHUE 1U
election of the following named la-1
--" m ,..r s
1 i . . i
gat crusaue againss iuo 4'
i npn P
i rian oro ni v nrwrpr. wnimi win uu
U,"'V4'' V ' ' . .. .
I i . II. r nnnnr
WeeKZ XtlrS XLOu-tJUiiu juuo n ccujr
"XTfa Tip A A K TflV
s'XV,fVs tot Jeffries.
i. - . -
i a cDiDr.nr npnrn T' v lit- ileal
Assistant secretary; v.ue ncoi
-- - , ,
dents were appointed irora ncu
.!.:..(... ni....nt.nn inn nn inir T
lua unirau uimiiia,
Horn an uatnouc.
bi"y of the
"D1J tnscussea oj manj "l -"c
- r r
ai t 81gn- nr.i,
I Tho meeting u ittaMMrtho.
UlSb ljJiaUWJIUl VUUIbll ... v. .
was attended ov nearly
ins was attended by nearly
thousand ueople the largest audi
ence ever ammbled in the hunsh.
Dr. L. Firestone, A. jllcOlure,
Esn.. and many other of our lead
ing citizens addressed the large
i . ..
io-uaj Kuiuniiuti; Dcimuua
Mplivorpil in all onr churches. Pub-
lie sentiment begins to run in favor
I nf the ladies' movement, and the
important subject of the day is,
the sale of intoxicating liquors
suppressed, and meetings are to
ot held here in connection witn
of held here in connection with
movement, both afternoon and even
IUr, UUIlllg WUU11MB
The question of woman's suffrage
under motion to strike the word
"male" out of the Franchise section
was discussed in the Constitutional
Convention Friday, in committee
the whole. The main speech in
vor was made by General Voris,
summit, and occupied seveiat nours.
Judge Powell, of Delaware, made
the principal speech in opposition.
For College, For Teaching,
all Branches of Study.
Students rcceired at any time'.
Trof. p. W. SEARCH. Principal.
Mrs. n. W. VAS EVEKA, Assbtant.
na Jvn. parfzeaors. in a
SetlMf lzretoo. cf tlit new
(jferman Jipmerfr- n sp-y- I
' CaugJi MemeiOrtixJliTirau&M.KT.
S Mercantile Education. For'clr-
The oldest and most reiiauio institution
culars write to
. DUFF SONS,
$2500. 'ondtr1"' $2500.
I lb lUIIV 0. 1.1(11.. I'.ft .
iib I .ri.:...ti. Vn i. f nt.ntlnflr.
am. r ast ceiling uuuis. ib
by canvassers. AGENTS WANTED
will miss it if you do not send ror illustrated
Poster and liberal terms; or, send II for
beautiral prospectus (tne only ouini
and secure territory at once. Address
VALLEY l'UULISIIING CO.,
OTATE OF OHIO-Insurance Departnient,
f.n...nl..ta V.hm.rv IS. 1R71.
Whereas, THE RAILWAY rasaiauin
mctrntvrv fnMPAVY lmAteil at
ford, in'tho State of Conncetlcnt, has riled
this office a sworn statement, br the proper
and ncors tncrwr, showing its conaition and
re- companies, incorporated by other States
TITUI 111. m I- I T 1 1 1 1 Mil IIP Tin LB Tin HT1L III lIlSUEAnU
" I ' ... " j: i..W. .a..ir.
is I Snia company is authorized to transact its
nrnnrlate business of Accident Insurance
lil. Hf-ilA. In ni!.ntt!ni,rA with law. dutinflr
current year. The condition and business
said Company at the date of such statement,
(Dee 31st. 1873,) Is shown as follows:
Aggregate amountof Avallablo Assets
Aggregate auionnt of Liabilities ex
cept eapuaij inciuuiuB iv.
Net Assets :s3'!2
Amouut of actual paid up Capital 300,00"
Amount of Income ror year in cash 179
Amount of Expenditures ror year In
in wii.H. wh.rrnf. I have hereunto
scribed lay nauie, and cauieil the
mv omco lo oe auixeu, iuu u.i
above written. W. ClIUBCU,
30wl , Superintendent.
Lancaster and Amoskeag Gingams,
15 cents per yd.
Good Gtagms, 12 cents per yd.
Yard Wide Heavy Sheeting,
Qood 4.4 Bleached Sheeting,
11 cents per yd.
Yard Wide Good. Sheetinff,
1 0 cents per yu.
Hill's 4-4 iileacuea sueeiing-.
1 lo cents per yd.
10 cents per yd,
Good 4-4 Bleached Sheeting,
11 cents per yd
Extra 4 4 Bleached Sheeting,
Shoulder Shawls, 50 and 7o cts.
Paisley Shawls, from $5.00 to 30.00.
Blankets, $4.50 per pair.
12i cents per yd.
lall soon If j-on want Bargains.
30 Says '.
H I KC ll I 1-t n, I
-C UXilXXX UXVil
PROPIUETOK OF THE
itt irivnn A1H nimwimmin
111,1. ni iu.xi n 111 in vi i i nn
rpnE subscriber is prepared to fill orders of
ispatcn. lie xeeps consianuy on uanu
From the chearH"'.??..1"-
i ti rin-ftncr tnan ine smuts arvicte tnu w ww
I a clan.li.l rtic1nf
, uea-ttOOm wwiiuo
.. . .
asy-RErAIUlNU -eauy uono on suor
I Kept constantly on hand.
gpeciaj attention glren lo mo Business 01
reaamess 10 awenu cans
NEW FDK !
(Successors to .1. K. Koch, Jr.,)
Are now offer ins the Largest ami Best Seiect
etlStocLKir Goods Tn the Maiket
At Greiy BeHncerl Trices
OlTIS STOCK OK
Prints, Ginghams, Denims,
Brown and Bleached Muslins.
Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas,
Mohairs, Poplins, Reps,
Merinos, Empress Cloth,
for Black, Brown and Colored Silks,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans,
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c.
Wo have everything In the NOTION
Large stock of
LarseStOCk Of OliOOrlSWarO
targe SIOOKOT urouorios,
Such as Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Syrups, Spices
nice, saieratus, ooap, suuaccu,
that cannot be surpassed.
Bait, Fish, Plaster, Lime,
You can always be supplied by sailing
ffeB-pon't fall to examine our stock
We pay the Highest Market Price, InCASU,
Butter, Errs, Lard, Dried
Green Fruits, Bacon, Wool,
Seeds, Grain, Potatoes,
&c, &c, &c.
Bfis-RememW the place KOCH'S
WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO
MrUsrtburt, AprllX VX
JUST RECEIVED AT
American Cassimeres, for Suitings.
American Cassimeres, for Pantings.
Engnsh Cassimeresjvlatest styles. "
English Cassimeres, lor rantings.
English Cassimeres, for Suitings.
A large invoice of the Tjitest Slye of
Spring Styles In
Ladies Linen Collars.
Ladies' Swiss Collars, Lace Edge.
Ladies' Linen Collars, pleat Jk-pnff.
Ladies' Foulard Embossed Collars.
Ladies' Cuffs, plain linen
Ladies' Cuffs, plcated,lace edge.
g(J ABFS" 3Pla.in.
Black Mohair Double Warp Alpaca.
Black Alpaca, very cheap.
J-Call and See my goods before
Ko.l. Commereial Bloc. MiliersDurjr, umo.
THE FAT0BITE H0XE REMEDY
This unrivalled Southern Kemedy is warran.
ted not to contain a single particle of Keren
tj, or any inlurions mineral substance, but
rontntnlnc thnse Sonltaern ItOOtS aU(l Herbs.
which au all-wie ProTidence has placed
rnnnrrips h..rR r.irer Diseases most Dreralh
It will cure all Diseases caused uj- derange
ment or the uver ana uoweis.
Simmons' Liver Regulator, or Medicine
Ucmlnentlv a Family Medicine; and by being
-cut ready for immediate reMrt will sare
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar
iftMitw Pnrt-Tnan trial it is still re
ceiving the most unqualified testimonials to
virtues from persons of the highest character
and responsibility . minent (injsie.ans com-
mend it as tne most
I 'nnttin.tl(iii If.th P.I n In the Shaul.
I.i . t: V a.... ,n.h hail t.t. In
mouth, billons attacks. Palpitation of
I Heart, Pain in the region or tne -laneys, ae
sponndency. gloom and forebodings or evil,
all of Which are the offspring of a diseased
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion.
I tmKl with this ANTIDOTE, allclimates
changes or water ana 100a may oe iacea wuu
ont fear. As a Remedy In MALARIOUS FE
VKUS. ROWEL COMPLAINTS. RESTLESS
NESS, JAUNDICE, NAUSEA,
It has no Equal.
It I the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family
Aieaicine in tne n onu.
JfoaiaeSiirs- only oy
JON, QA and r,HILAIUJi
Pric tl.00. Sold by aU Druggists .
Has Just received alargstock ;
AMERICAN & SWISS
V In GOLD and SILV'VlItCASES. .5
Gold and Silver Charms In abun
dance. A large assortment
of Studs, Buttons, line ,
liold Bracelets, fine
Charms, Silver Thimbles. Gold :
reus, spectacles Nicaei ami i
Plated Ware, Ae. We
continue to tell Elgin
Watches at fac
Call and See our stock or Gooi's, ;
before purchasing elsewhere. .
IS to 100 per cent, saved
by so doing. W du
as we wish to be
done by. AU
Watches. Chronometers, Clocks, '.
Jewelry, Ac, I
, Repaired on short ;
Look for the Blit Watch :
and spectacle sign
Look ThiBr Way
wavs selling.Boots jAifbCSHOES
Cheaper than the eheapest,ris ,
prepared to sell goods down at
'Bottom Prices. :
He has purchased the inter
est of his partner, and is bound
to sell goods to suit all custom
ers. Uali ana see mm -
1 - , - rt -
He has also secured a good
workman, who will do all kinds .
ofBEPAnuxo and New Work.
Orders promptly filled.-
Leather and Findings- on
hand at all times.
Come and see.
M illor.l.urg, O., Jan .1, 1871.
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