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JAMBS REKD 80N, Proprietor.
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' Petitions are ia circulation Tor a tri
weekly mail between Rock Creek and
Ellsleb's Dramatic Troupe, from the
Academy of Music, Cleveland, are soon to
appear at the Opera House.
Messrs. Bortreb & Babkes, the new
grocers, express iheir satisfaction with the
way that trade is opening with Qiera.
The Congregational church was lighted
with gas on Sunday evening last, very
much to the satisfaction of the icoogrega-
two. . . ... .
Dissolved. The firm of Tinker &
Sperrt is dissolved Mr. Tinker pur
chasing Atf. Sperry's half interest for
The Reporter comes down very hand'
somely, as well as amnetagly on the circa
lation question. For other favors extend
d, we are duly mindful.
- Mnot is sent from this place to Pitts
burgh via. the A... Y. & P. Messrs. Far
go & Bro., put up a couple of cans daily
for Messrs. Smith & Case, Alegheny City.
The new Chagrin Falls Exponent, now
on our table, is a very well printed and
attractive creditable seven-columned pa
per to which, we wish abundant erjeour
agement and success.
Picked np in the village, on Monday
last, a lady's portmonaie, containing
small amount, which the owner can have
by applying to George Russell, and
paylag foi this advertisement.
That car-load of fine beeves shipped by
Austin Smith, last week, failed to find
remunerative market at Buffalo slid were
taken on to Albany, where they were sold
at fair rates, for the Brighton market.
Mr. 8. H. Turrut, or Lenox, who upon
his own confession was sentenced to the
Stales prison, in March last, for forgery,
has been pardoned by Governor Noyes,
as one of his last official acts. Mr. T. is
now at home. Sentinel.
Moore & Brother are offering employ
ment to choppers on their Dorset timber
tract They design to bring both the tiro
ber and wood into market as rapidly as
possible. From the course taken, they
cannot fail to realize handsomely on their
Castle baa just completed another en
gine house at Andover, in place of the one
recently destroyed by lire. It is of the
same size as the old one. With a turn ta
ble and engine bouse Andover aspirations
will have tome thing to feed upon for
while, at least
Our oeigbbcr-in-law, over the way,
Informed us not long since, that he was a
victim of dyspepsia, from which he never
expected to recover. As we have never
doubted the truth of that assertion, we
see no occasion for a labored weekly con
firmation of it
Waite & Sill it will be seen by adv
have taken the cash cost fever for selling
out and threaten to make things fly if the
community are a mind to take a hand in.
Their stock is full and varied and their
overtures are worthy of those having pur
chases to make.
New Mail Route. Orders have been
received says the Sentinel, to discontinue
the route from Jefferson to Geneva, and
establish a route from Jefferson to Eagle
ville twice a day. The route will be run
so as to accommodate passengers and
mails for all trains each way.
H. H. Hall was one of the crowd at
Columbus to witness the inauguration cer
emonies. The trip was not a bootless one,
as 157 acres of fine timber land wittiin
some 8 or 10 miles of Columbus, were ad
ded to the territorial possessions of Mr.
and Mrs. Hall.by the generosity of friends.
Mr. Azel Dellin, of Newton, says the
Warren Chronicle, has a heifer calf, that
when thirty days old, weighed one hun
dred and ninety-six pounds ; when sixty
days old weighed three hundred lbs ;
and when six months old weiged six hun
dred and twelve lbs. It was of the short
Social Mrs. J. B. . Crosby and Mrs.
R. F. Moore, ill give a social at the
Rooms of the M. E. Church on Wednes
day evening next 28. All are cordially
invited. These ladies will endeavor to
make it as pleasant as possible for their
friends, and all who may favor them
with their presence.
Dissolution and Settlement It
will oe seen by reference to our advertis
ing columns that the firm of Case &
Pierce of Morgan, has been dissolved.
This step involves another-that ofsettling
up or squaring accounts with the world.
Those, theretoir, indebted, will be ad
monished by the necessities of the case, to
put tbeir liuuse in order.
Mr. Burlinghame, master of the Austin
burg section of the A. Y. & P, road, was
injured a Tew days since, as we learn from
the Cleveland Leader, by falling in front of
a band car in motion, which passed over
him. He was cut about the head, and las
ce rated by the cog-wheels. He was taken
to his residence neur by, and hopes are en
tertained that his injuries may not prove
Cash Balk. Capt Pierce, it will be
seen, is conscious that rude winter Is upon
ns, and that the time has arrived for run
ning off his winter stock. Rather than
carry it over, he proposes for the next 80
days, to put a large proportion of this
class of goods at prime cost for cash. Of
course, then, this is the time to buy, and
the prudent will not fail to take advan
tage of the proffer. 8-e adv.
The banks ot this village, have all held
tboir annual elections and chosen their
board of directors for the ensuing year
It Is a source of pleasure to be able to re
cord the fact that all have paaavrl through
the ordeal of the late panic without any
degree impairing their financial standing
aad credit. We are authorized we think
in asserting th it tbey are all on a reliable
basis and worthy the confidence which
the public has uniformity nposed in
L. Muhkon's Truss, advertised in this
number, ia admitted on all hands to be the
best article of the kind yet invented.
Wherever its merits are known, tin-re it
takes the precedence of all others. While
we call attention to the advertisement,
special attention is called to the fact, that
Mr. M. will spend the 10th and 11th ot
February at the Orwell House, Orwell
where be will supply those in want of the
article, and fit it for comfortable wear and
Mr. & Mrs. O. A. AmsDen contemplate
a trip to California, about tue middle of
February, with the object of testing tne
climate on the health f Mrs. A. If, upon
trial, it shall prove favorable, a continued
residence may follow.
An Ashtabula correspondent
name, nomenclature or nn d pintte Com
plains of the penicibus character or the lit
erature ibid by certain unprincipled deal
ers. It is supposed to be a drive at some of
ur own dealer. As we have no knowledge
of the evils complained of, we can hardly
be expected to yield to the evident wish
of the writer and assume t4e responsibil
ity of openlrig upon the evil, in the dark.
The writer is a poor reformer, if he can
not stand the dust of his own kicking up.
Ret. Mb. Peet, of the Congregational
church will lecture at Orwell, in the ball
of the school building, on the evening of
the 28th inst The subject at the time of
this writing, is not flilly decided upon.
The Pastor Of the Congregational church
is much of a student, and his extensive
reading and literary attainments, prepare
him for acquitting himself creditably and
satisfactory upon the platform. We learn,
that in bis leWure honrf, lie has written
out some three or four lectures, which we
are glad to find he is willing to give the
public the benefit of. j
The Geauoa Republican has been
materially enlarged and taken the form of
a quarto. This step oceaMons no surprise
as an . evidence of prosperity r"Tor' the
Republican has afforded all along, the best
of evidence of decided ability and well-
earned success. Bro. Converse has tact
and perseverance, and a thoughtful head.
and wields a vigorous and graceful pen
and these things Beldoth fail to bring a
fair return. We do not, however, admire
the form he has adopted, nor do we see
the necessity of foreign aid in making up
one side of his sheet, but of that he is per
haps, the best judge.
A harmless but somewhat mortifying
aecident occurred on Main street on
Thursday afternoon last. Our friend Gary
was driving one of the finest looking
horses to be found in the village, and a
good stepper withall. While enjoying the
pleasure of drawing the ribbons over such
steed, unconscious of danger or mishap
the king-bolt broke, letting the front of
the buggy suddenly down and throwing
Mr. Gary into the mud. Grit, as every
one knows Gary to be, he held on to the
lines, and was drawn some rods through
the deep mud, until he successfully stopped
the steed. His habilaments, and especial
ly that plug hat, suffered. He was a liter
exemplification of a free soiler.
Equine. We were invited the other
day to take a look of Wyman's Hunter
colt, of Saybrook, and cheerfully accep
ted the pleasure, as the fame of that colt
bad made him ah object of interest. He
was but two years old last spring, and has
already attained full size, weighing, 1160,
and standing probably 16 hands high.
is symmetrical in form, faultless in
limb, mostly black, and shading off to
brown about the legs, and lower parts of
the body. His stock is good for speed,
and he has good points of promise for
trotting. He is by all odds the first colt
that has been raised in this region. He
to be kept as a stallion. Mr. Wyman
informs us that he has been offered $600
the colt, but does not care to part with
Grand Fair The Ladies of Ashtabu
are to hold a Grand Fair in Smith's
Hall on Wednesday and Thursday, 11th
12th of February next proceeds to
expended in improving the Cemetery
First evening, admmission 10 cents,
supper 50 cents. Tickets are to be had
Second evening entertainment, to con
of fine Tablaux. Admission 2o cts.
Per Order of Executive Committee.
Jan. 20, '74 Mrs. J. H. Bugbee, Sec,
Anything for the improvement of the
Cemetery grounds. Nature has done ber
in arranging the topography of
spot and if the hand of art is duly
vigilant, its attractions cannot be easily
surpassed. If one half of the forest
trees could be removed with care and
taste, and the remainder trimmed up, it
would help matters very much.
Acknowledgement. Of course, such
generous attentions, as the following, of'
fered us by our cotemporaries, cannot be
treated in return with boorish silence or
disregnrd. They are so full of the milk
human kiokness, and beget in us such
pleasurable emotions, that our acknowl-
dgement is due, and the best return we
make, is perhaps to give them a fit
place in our coluins, and assure the
writers that these seeds of kindness have
been sown by the way side, or upo n
stony ground, and that every evidence
prosperity and success that may fall in
their paths, will raise no other than a
Enterprising. the Ashtabula Tele
graph comes to us in a new dress, and is
handsome as a spring bonnet Good
the Deacon PainesvUle Advertiser.
The Ashtabula Telegraph comes to
hand much enlarged and otherwise im
proved in appearance, and we rejoice in
prosperity of our neighbors.
The Ashtabula Telegraph begins the
year in an enlarged form and with
general improvement in its appearance.
congratulate its proprietors upon
success and general prosperity.
We note with pleasure the improvement
our valued co temporary, the Ashtabula
Telegraph, which coim-s to us considera
ble enlarged, and admirably printed on a
power press. May it receive the pat
ronage it so richly merits.
The Ashtabula Telegraph appears in a
dregs and improved shape. It is
now, without exemption, the best printed
Northern Ohio ; and in ability,
amount of matter, it "leads all Hie
resL" Jamestown Sun.
The Ashtabula Tclegruuli has been con
siderable enlarged in size and materially
improved in mecliauical appearance.
proprietors have added a new cylin
der press to their printing facilities, and
evidences are clear that the Tele
graph is in a sound and flourishing con
dition. Warren Chronicle.
The Ashtabula Telegnpli Published by
James Reed & Sou, comes to ns enlarged,
wearing a new dr ss. It looks neat,
w ell edited, and deserving of the gen
erous patronage of the advertising and
rending public. We wish you a success
ful and new
Tue Ashtabula Telegraph has come to
hand enlarged to an eibt column paper
bearing evidence of being printed on
new press with new material. The
Telegraph has always been a good local
paper and we are glad lo see its efforts
la-half of its own town and county have
so far appreciated as lo have gained
sncceas of w hich thia latest improve
ment is the proof. fiutesville Journal.
The Ashtabula Telegraph comes lo us
mi enlarged form, ami wonderfully im
proved in making up. It has a clean
mid a new suit of clothe. Brollxr
Reed, the times are too hard lo bu so ven
lurctsome. However, we congratulate
proprietors on the general appearence
i he old Telegraph and hope it will re
ceive Hie geueral support of the people o!
Ashtabula, a it jusily deserves.
The Ashtabula Telegraph reaches us
with borders greatly enlarged, in n
type, re-set, and improved in appearance
throughout. It is, apparently, a sheet
in keeping with the live, growing
town of Ashatahula, and fitted to be its
The paper indicates prosperous days for
Telegraph, and the measure of suc
cess to which Btother Reed is entitled.
The council met on Monday evening-
present, mayor, clerk, and couucilmen Gi
key, Faulkner, Goeppinger, and Apthorp.
Minutes read and approved.
Coram; on Sidewalks; by Ur. Apthorp,
repotted a petition from citizens living on
Lake Street, for privilege of laying out
and working a sidewalk from L. S. & M-
8. crossing. On account of indefiuiteness as
to the width -f the road, nothing could be
done with it It was therefore laid over.
Comm. on Fire and Water, by Mr. Goep
pinger, submitted a paper from the chie
and assistant engineers, asking for pay
ment of firemen $1.50 for each meetiug.
and 30 cent per hour when on duty ; or
if uot approved, recommending the pur
chase of a steam fire engine. Referred to
comm. on Fire and Water.
Police coulul., by Mr. Apthorp, brough
up the matter ot intoxication of officer
Rennick. This officer being present, de
nied tut charge, point blank. Mr. Ap
thorp substantiated the charge by the de
duration of two or three witnesses. Mar
shal Thorpe stated that he had seen the
accused several times during the evening
in question, but did not observe anything
unusual in his bearing. It was voted to
pass the thing over for the present, with
the admonition that a second offense-
guilty .would cause his name to be dropped
from the forte;
Voted that the proposition for supply of
gas and the care of the street lamps ac
. cepted for the last month, be continued for
the present .month.
A discussion, of the propriety of paying
bills for publishing, Ordinances in the in
terest of the Gas Co. and A-Y. & P. Co
arose, in which Mr. Luce, representing the
Gas Co. took part The opinion of the
board was, that the corporation should not
be held liable, while Mr. Luce took the
ground that the course of the touncil was
unusual. The bill was ordered to be plac
ed in the hands of the solicitor for collec
tion, if legal. Other bills of the street
commissioner for putting the streets in ord
er where left otherwise, after the sinking
of the mains, were directed to be collec-
ed by the clerk.
A remonstrance was submitted from
citizens of Sycamore Street against tap.
ptug sewer of that street for the benefit of
parlies not living on that street. Referred
The 10 o'clock closing ordinance of
of billiard rooms, was read a third time
and lost Gilkey and Apthorp voting
against it The object ot this ordinance
was to place billiard saloons on the same
ground with the liquor saloons closing
at 10 o'clock. Its loss leaves the liqucr
saloons to close at 10, and the billiard
saloons at 9 o'clock. The greater license
to the greater evil, was apparent, but the
idea was to shorten in rather than extend.
The ordinance permitting the increase
of the pay of policemen from $50 to $60
a montn, was lead the third time and
The sewer tax assessed upon the tannery
of W. W. Smith, after discussion, was
Five more lamp posts for the village, to
be located as directed by Gas comm., were
A receipt from the treasurer for $2.75
presented by the clerk.
The following bills were presented and
ordered paid :
Geo. C. Hubbard, $ 3.
Wm. Rennick police
Wm. Sivers care fire engine
Strong & Manning coal 8.70
A. Squires police 28 50
Luce, Bardwell & Co. lamp
Fisk. Silliman & Co
Robert Fuller commissioner. .
J. M. Faulkner & Son
J. M. Nettleton 10.
Mayor King salary 25.
Geo. Brake, et. al. town dock.
Clerk salary, etc 13.15
Solicitor salary 12.50
Voted that the solicitor be authorized to
engage assistant council in the annexation
Case. The opponents of annexation, it
was shown, had employed a bevy of law
yers for conducting the defense.
The matter of breaking up and grubbing
Potter's Field, after having been referred
and reported upon ad versely.caine up again
and was referred to special comm., Goep
pinger and Pierce. Adjourned.
Free of Postage. We have encour
aged our 8ubscrilers to believe the postage
on local papers iu the countv where print
ed, would be repealed. All that we have
had of the sentiment of congress on the
subject this sessiou, has given strength to
this opinion, and the manifest justice of
such a provision J went far to confirm the
belief. Instead of hampering and burden
ing the weekly local papers, they are en
titled to the fostering care of the country.
There Is no defense for the law now in
force imposing a postage tax on a paper
distributed in its own county, within from
to 10 miles of its publication office at the
same rate as a daily brought 500 miles
from the city of New York. If the hope
and glory of the country are in the gener
al diffusion of intelligence, that glory is
due in a greater degree to the provincial
press than to the metropolitan dailies.
Their circulation is much more among the
common people and the spars-ly settled
sections of the country, where rigid econo
my is a necessity. If there is any point.
therefore, where the fostering of the gov
ernment is due, it is just here. The coun
paper, is the paper identified with its
locality and with the interests and prefer
ances ofthe people. Beside, their patron
age is necessarily small, and Ibry are illy
able to be brought into competition with
city weeklies nude up from daily forms,
an equal rate of postage. The fact of
such weeklies, thus made up Irom matter
that costs nothing for the setting, having
been doubly paid for by use in a daily
form, enables the publishers to put them
a merely nominal rate of subscription
Then, if tho government gives them an
equal chance with the little weeklies, not
withstanding the distance carried in the
mails, it is easy to see that the people are
tempted by cheapness and underbidding
abandon their own paper, The compe
tition with a governm-nt discrimination
their favor, becomes an unequal one,
and the county weeklies are left to lan
guish. Every consideration of justice and
fairness, demands that the present law
should be repealed, and the people relieved
of postage upon their home county paper.
We are glad lo see that the recommenda
tion r the p. M. General is in favor of free
circulation. If it i right, as it thus ap
pears, is it not expedient that the matter
should receive the attention of our repre
sentatives in congress at once, and that be
fore the present quarter closes, the people
will feel that a wrong girp hns been re
traced. The postage upon exchanges,
should also le removed. With two bur
dens upon the country weeklies thus re
moved, metropolitan weeklys will lose
some of the vantage ground now occupied
by them, in waging a war f competition
upon their lesspretentious cotemporaries.
Several Chinamen have arrived in Cleve
land says the Herald, and the prospect
warrants the expectation of quite an influx.
Ashtabula Plow Handle Works.
The effort to form a stock company last
week, for the purpose of carrying on the
Handle b-isiness at Ellis's factory, was
not a sneces. Various propositions were
submitted and considered, but there was
not sufficient harmony of opinion upon any
one, for securing its adoption. This result
if final which we hope is not is unforlu
nate in every point of view, but particu
larly, as it defers andpostpones the pre
cedent and inauguration of these institu
tions In our village for manufacturing pur
poses. The permanent establishment
prosperity and growth depends upon the
founding and encouragement of such es
tablishments in our midst. Railroads of
course, are necessary, but they are only
the hand maids of industral establish
ments the one is a necessary dependance,
and the other a concomitant If our aspir
ations and dreams of growth are to be ful
iy realized, manufacturing must be found
ed and fostered among us. Mr. Ellis has
done well in building up a business of the
class alluded to, and but for misfortune,
would undoubtedly have made it an im
portant and profitable concern, but adver
sity and want of capital are heavy weights
to swim withon the sea of bnsiuess. He,
however, counts bnt one, while scores of
the like of him, are wanted to lift the tall
smoke stacks over the different portions of
the village. Ashtabula can preseutas many
advantages for building and carrying on
manufactories, in the supply of cheap fuel
and shipping facilities, as any other local
ity, and we are not true to our own inter
ests if we do hot use energy and effort to
have them improved.
On Wednesday, L. S. & M. S. stock fell
Another fall in coal. Strong and Man
ning have put their Brior Hill at $4,75.
Things-are. finding the hard-pan level.
A Stalk of corn raised by ElLTarbell, is
on exhibition at Newberry's drug--store,
which bears four large ears, rather "Hub--
Officer Rennick's Hotel still holds its
popularity among pedestrian travelers, the
number of patrons rather increasing than
The Rev. Marcus Newton, ofthe M. E.
Church committed suicide on Saturday
the 17th by hanging, at Richfield, Sum
mit County. He had lost his balance of
Another Coal Yard. Mr. Martin
Rogers, of Niles, is starting a yard for
the supply of our citizens with bltumen-
ous coal. He claims to have a superior
article of Briar Hill, which, is believed
to take rank with the best Ohio coal.
An ice gorge in the Cuyahoga river on
Wednesday morning caused an inundation
of the flats, and threatened to sweep away
oil tanks and storage buildings. By tbe
precaution of filling the tanks, they were
made to resist the force of tbe current and
hold their positions. The body ot water,
that extended for miles, became too pow
erful for resistance, and the gorge gave
wayt carrying out several scows and any
quantity of debris.
Prof McAleodar, who has been drawing
from the pockets of the citizens ot Conne
aut, Girard and other places east, through
their credulity and gullibility, made a raid
upon Ashtabula on Tuesday evening, but
his success was nothing to brxg of. His
hotel bill couldn't be escaped, as landlord
Field, seized bis over-coat and then there
was no other way but to point. Tears
plentifully shed, had no more effect upon
him than water upon a duck's back.
Capt Sam. Whiting's lecture on the
Arctic Expedition for the rescue of Dr.
Kane, on Wednesday evening at Haskell's
Hall, waa a very satisfactory and pleasant
affair. The audience, though not large,
might be considered good for the evening.
Those who were present, inform us that
they were amply paid for their attendance.
The Captain has, we understand, a couple
of other lectures one discribing his obser
vation in the straights of Magellan, and
the other the early days of California.
Tbe Captain claims the honor of having
been the first emegrant who struck a pick
in Southern California.
The February dividend fs a matter of
some interest with the holders of L. S. &
S. stock. The fears that have been felt,
ave now given place to settled fact, and
though the decision of the question brings
no consolation, the trembling expectant is
relieved from vexatious suspense. The
directors have determined to skip this div
idend. Of course this action has bad its
effect upon the price of the stock, and
within a day or two it has settled to a very
discouraging point, to those holding it.
This stock since the management has been
taken to Wall street, has lost much of its
steadiness and reliability, and is therefore.
less desirable for a permanent investment
The stock on Wednesday, the time of this
writing, is quoted at 80, some three or four
Editor Telegraph .- With the sleighing
of last week, the woodmen of Sheffield,
Denmark, &c, have contributed not a lit
tle to the growth of our wood piles Our
merchants A. B. Luce, Geo. Campbell
and E. F. Brown, we notice, are prepared
to take care of tbe unfortunate ones who
have reason to apprehend that by the
spring break up, their last stick will have
been committed to the flames.
Last Saturday afternoon, while on the
way from North Eingsville, we overtook
couple of chaps from the South towns.
who evidently had been visiting some
striped-pig establishment, and taken t-0
much benzine aboard. Tbey were trying
the experiment of driving tbeir teams on
both sides of the road at the same time
That usually sober and well regulated
community, it is to be feared, is not with
out its snares and pilholes, where the ap
petites of the depraved find indulgence,
where reputation and happiness are de
stroyed and families made to mourn, and
this fir a few paltry dimes ! We are loth
to believe that either in North Kingsville,
or in this village, liquor is to be found for
sale as a beverage, but the evidence of the
resence of such elements among us, is
urd to question. The reproach, at any
rate, we shall have to bear if these things
are but occasionally to lie seen upon our
reels, and there is reason lo expect that
the moral reniime it of the community,
thus abused, will not patiently and meek
ly bear the repetition of such exhibitions.
there are any means within reach for
the correction of the evil.
E. L. Gibbs is takiug the Held in good
arnest as a lecturer. Having disposed of
Romanism, he has thrown down the
glove to the liquor dealers. His lecture
on temperance drew a full house on Mon-
Our people Are enjoying a harvest of
icturers. Prof. Davenport on elocution
on TtiHilny evening, mid Mrs. Brinker
hoff on Woman's Rights on Wednesday
evening, and Rev. Mr. Peel's lecture on
A shooting match comes off at Un
fair ground on the 29ih, where prize are
to bo won a doubled barreled shot gun, a
sporting rifle and cash.
An accident occurred to Mrs. Stephen
Ray, an old lady ol Home 70 years, by'
fall through a floor, breaking un arm nn
Books, Magazines, etc.
The Nursery for Februorj, with
profusion of illustrations and tasteful
attractions is at hand, and will no doubt
prove a welcome visitor to its numerous
little Gentlemen and Lady readers.
We are in n ceipt of tbe Public Ledger
Almanac for 1874 published by Georg
W. Child. Phila.. Pa. This is an excelleu
publication, and speaks well for that pap
from which it takes its name. The alma
nac is furnished lree to all subscribers
the Public Ledger.
A New Storx. The Christian Un
ion is now publishing . Edward Eg
gleslon's new story (which he himself
considers to be bis best). "The Circuit
Rider: A Tale of Heroric Age." Mr.
Egglestou is one of our freshest and most
vivid story writers, and his sketches of
Western life and character are superior
to anvthini we have. The Unton show s
as much tact and enterprise as any daily
journal in the country. It has a corps
of the best contributors of all shades of
recognized Christian opinion, and gets the
best thought out of all of them. By some
principle of natural selection, it attracts
every writers gold. Its contents are Va
ried, and selected with taste and judg
ment. And then it is pervaded with :
spirit that is thoroughly kind. It aims to
say the best things about everybody and
everything. It never says a smart thing
that can possible make anybody smart
It advocates unity in a spirit of concilia
tion rather than of dogmatism, and seeks
to draw by fairness when it could not
drive by pugnacity. In this respect it is
a model Christian paper, and its temper
and spirit are a beautiful illustration ot
tbe ripened character and mellowed ex
perience ot its editor. Its pages give
ample evidence that Mr. Beecher's hear
and hand are thoroughly enlisted in the
great work the Christian Union is destin
ed to fulfill.
The choice Cbromea thai are- pn-seuted
to eyery siibscriberr-genuinely beautiful
Pans printed otegraphs are really ar
tistic pictures, and quite as pleasing to
refined taste as they are to the popular
eye and the hearts of the children.
Tub Revival Meetings still continue
in the Congregational church in this
village. Mr. Atwood has called Rev. D.
YVooit worth of Wifiiamsbeld to assist
him this week. Revs. Mr. Gibbs and
Tait of Wayne has also been invited
and are expected. Andover Ent.
The Star Saloon sign waa the cause of
considerable merriment on Wednesday
morning by all who had occasion to pass
the school buildings. It occupied a con
spicuous place in one of the maples, direct
ly over the walk. The work of some wag
Tbe Shakers have taken advantage of
the crisis to pnt forth the following re
markable advertisement :
Wanted. Men, women, and children
can find a comfortable home for life.
where want never comes, with the Shak
ers by embracing the true faithjand living
pure lives. Particulars can be learned by
writing to the Shakers. Mount Lebanon.
Within fonr days after its puclication
they received 185 letters in answer.
Two-thirds of them came from young
men. Each applicant has received a cir
cular with the rules of the Society. An
influx of converts is expected.
they sell Coat's Spool Cotton at 6 cents
at Morrison & Snedekor's.
Charles E Swift. Is the agent in Ash
tabula for Ayer's medicines, and a -fresh
supply of his almauacs, English, French,
Spanish, and Dutch, have just been re
ceived for distribution.
Just received, those new Collars and
Cuffs at Morrison & Snedekor's.
A few more pairs of those warm lined
Shoes at Morrison & Snedekor's.
In Dlcksonbore. Crawford Co.. Pa Jan. IT. by
Wm. H. Beattv. J. P.. Ma. W. A. Root, to Mas.
Jani A. Grit, both of Cherry Valley. Ohio.
In Wilhamsfield. on the 18th dav of Jannarv. br
Rev. P. W. iBh. Mb. Charlie Wattxbs. of Ando
ver, to Miss Dora I. Belnap, of WilliamaSeld.
In New Lyme, at the residence of B. L. Dodge,
on the 18th day of January, by Rev. G. H. Chap-
el. Mr. HsnrtJ. Dodos, to Miss Alici R. Swot,
Dth of New Lyme.
In Geneva. Jannarv 15. bv Rev. G. W. Phinnev.
Ma. Byron W. Goodskll, of Cleveland. Ohio, and
Hias Isabella Scbunb, of Geneva, Ohio.
In Jefferson, on the 14th of January, by Rev. S.
Wilkinson. Mb. A. W. Gmrrn. of New Lyme, to
Miss Ellen L. Brown, of Trumbull.
Announcements free: Commendatory .Noucea,
In Ashtabula Jan. 15th. 1874 of Consumption.
sarah H. wife of ltxan p. Banna. Ag:d 45 years.
months and 6 days.
In denmark, Jan. 6th. of typhoid fever, pbancib
, wife of lewis harvky, aged 18 years.
In Denmark. Jan. 4. addib. b . wife of luman a.
conarc, in the 38th year of her age,
In Jefferson. Jan. 5th, chiloe, wife of aquptub
good alb, of spinal fever, aged 89 years.
In Manchester. Indiana, of tvnhoid fever. Jan.
9th, albbrt hart, aged 23 years and 8 months.
Mr. 11. was formerly a resident of thUcouuty.
We Claim that Miss Sawyer's Salve is en
tirely different from all others.
That there are a great many good Salves offered
sale but none so good as Miss Sawyer's Salve.
That every family should have a box.
That it will do all and even more than it is r-
ecomended to do.
Pnt np in boxes at 50 cents each. Sold by all
symptoms of liver complaint.
A sallow or yellow color of skin, or yellowish
brown spots on face and other parts of body; dull
ness and drowsiness with frequent headache; diz
ziness, bitter or bad taste in mouth, dryness of
throat and internal heat; palpitation ; in many
cases a dry, leasing cough, with sore throat ; un-
teady appetite, raising of ;food,. choaking sensa
tion in throat ; distress, heavine: a, bloated or full
feeling about stomach and sides, pain In sides.
back or breast, and about shoulders ; colic, pain
nd soreness through bowels, with heat ; constipa
tion alternating with diarrhoea; piles, flatulence,
nervonsness, coldness of extremities ; rush' uf
blood to bead, with symptoms of apoplexy, numb
ness of Iimba, especially at night ; cold chills al
ternating with hot flashes, kidney and urinary dif
ficulties; dullness, low spirits, unsociability and
gloomy forebodings. Only a few of above symp
toms likely to be present at one time. All who
oae Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext., or O lden Medical Dis
covery for Liver complaint and its complications
are loud in his praise.
A CURE r LIVER DISEASE.
Rusk. Texas. May Kith itira
Dr. R. V. Pierce :
Dear Sir -My wife last year at this timo waa
confined to her bed with Chronic Liver Disease.
had one of the best doctoia to see her, and he
gave her up to die, when I came apon some of
your medicines. 1 bought one bottle and com
menced giving it. She then weighed R21h, and Is
rohnst and hearty. She has taken eight bottles In
all, so you see I am an advocate for vour Medl
etnes. WM. MKAZKI..
There ia no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will not re
lieve, no swelling it will not
stibdue,and no lauK'iit-ss whtt-b
It will not cure. This is fining
angnage, bnt It is true. It has
produced more cures ol rheu
matism, neuralgia, lock-jaw palsy, sprains, swell
ings, caked-breasts. scalds, burns, slt rheum, ear
ache, 4c, upon the human frame, ami of strains.
spavin, galls, Ac, UHn animals In one year than
aye all other pretended remedies since the world
began. It Is a counter Irritant, un nil healing pain
rellovcr. Cripples throw away their crutches, the
lame walk, poisonous biles are rrudervtl harmless,
and the wounded are healed without a scar. Il Is
humbug. The recipe ts published around each
buttle. It is selling as no article ever before sold,
nd it sells because it does Just wh.it It pretends
do. Thorn who now suffer from rheumatism
pain or swelling deserve to suffer If they will not
art Centaur Liniment. More than I.IHIO certifi
cates of remarkable cures. Including frozen limbs
chronic rheumatism, gout, running tumors, Ac,
have boon received. We send a circular contain-
g rertlflcatus, the recipe, Ac. grails, to any one
ijn-ilnglt. One bottle ofthe yellow wrapper
uUiif Liniment ts worth one hundred dollars
"m -piivlned or sweenled horses or mules, orlfor
flow worm In sheep. Stock owners this lint-
ment la worth your attention. No family should
be without Centaur Liniment. Sold by all Drug
Kista. 50 cents per bottle ; large bottles $1,110. J,
B. Bo Co., 53 Broadway, New York. y133S.
OAstorlsv is more than a substitute
for Castor Oil. It is the or.ly safe article iu eiist
rci which is certain to assimilate the food, regu
late the bowels, core wind-colic, aud produce nat
ural sleep. Itcontains neither minerals, morphine
or alcohol, and is lraspant to lake. Children need
not cry, and mothers may rest. I
ASHTABULA, Jan. 24, 1874.
Dealers pay the following Prices.
Wheat No. 1, White $1 "0
Do No. 1, Red.. ;. 10
Corn Shelled 70
do In the ear 85
Oats, old 40 to 45
Butter 25 to an
Cheese 14 to 13
Dried Apples 7
Hahs 11 to 13
Lard 8 to 10
Potatoes 75 to 10
Corn Meal per ton fl HO
Chopped Feed Cora and oaMj $31 00
Wool 40 to 45
Salt per bhl. at Harbor $1 85
Do i i store $2 00
Groceries & Provisions
at the Grocery House of
A. H. & E. W. SAVAGE,
Goods sold as low as
ANY OTHER HOTJSE
SherifFr Sale of Goods and Chattels.
ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS. Nov. Term 18T3.
P. Van Valkenbnrgh & Co. 1
Benson S. Barrett.
Y virtue of an Order of Sale, lu-
to me directed. 1 will offr for sale by way of pub
lic auction, at the residence of B. S Barrett; Am-
boy. inConneant townshin. Ashtabula Co. O., Ou
Wednesday the 4th day of February. A. D. 1S74.
between the honrs of 2 and S o'clock P. M., of said
day the following described goods and chattels,
tn wit. Dnn tnn hnmrv. one waroD. one cutter.
one single harness, one set of scales, one set of
Ugbt bobB, one bay mare, wnite stripe m tore-
bead. about 8 years old. terms casn.
u. A,. tiAit i , soenu.
James Wade. Jr., attorney for plaintiff.
Sheriff's office, Jan. 21, 1874. 21.1355
Sheriffs Sale of Goods and Chatties,
ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS. Nov.Term,1873.
Fisher, Childs and Bowen,
Benson S, Bvrett.
BY virtue of an execution duly is
sued from said Court in the above case to
me directed. I will offer for sale at public auction,
at the residence of B. S. Barrett. Amboy, in Con.
fiMtit tuwnshln. Ashtabula County. Ohio, ot
Wednesday the itW day of February, A. D. 1874,
between the honrs of S and s P. M,t o'clock of
said day, the following described goods ana real
ties, to wit : One top buggy, one wagon, one cut.
ter. one single harness one set of scales, one bay
mare, white strlDe in forehead, about 9 years old.
Terms casn. u. u. daiw. ouwiu.
James Wade, jr., attorney fot plaintiff.
Sheriff's Office, Jan. 21st, 1874. 2tl255
Sheriff as Special Master Commissioner.
SALE OF LANDS AND TENEMENTS. ASH
TABULA COMMON PLEAS, Nov. Term, 1878.
Beoajah H. Harkham, et
BY virtue of an Order of Sale du
ly issued from said Court in the above case
to me directed. I will offer lor sale by way or puo.
11 snptlnn at the rinnr of the Court House in Jeff
erson. Ashtabula County, Onto, on Saturday, tne
S8th day of February, A. D. 1874, between th
hours or n ana lo ceoce oi saiaaay, me iuhuw-
Inr described Lands ant Tenements, to wit:
known as part of Lot No, 6. in Tract No. in
iownsnip tr.trteen, ana oounaea as iuuuws, tu
wit: beginning at the outh west corner of said
Lot No. 6, thence running east on the south line
thereof sixteen chains and ninety-nine liuks to
the southeast corner of said Lot, thence north
on the east line of said lot, twenty-nine and for-
tv.twn 29.44 Hiilta to a etakt. thence west par
allel with the south line sixteen chains and seven
ty-three links to a stake standing in tne west line
of said Lot. thone aooth od tlw wast line, twenty
nine chains and forty-two links, to the place of be
ginning, containing arty acres or lana.
f3p excepting and reserving therefrom five
acres deeded to Orland Markham, and Two acres
deeded to E. Beckwitu. Appraised at 1.72U.
Termscash. 1. L. II AKT, srenir.
as Special Master Comissloner.
C. Booth Attorney for H. C. Tombes,
REPORT ot the Condition of the
Ali ASHTABULA NATIONAL BANK at Ash
tabula, in the State of Ohio, at the close of busi
ness on the 26th day of Dec., 1873.
Loans and Discounts $71,494 40
b. 3. Bonds to secure cir
Due from Redeeming Ag't
Due from National Banks
Due from Slate Banks....
Furniture and Fixtures
Bills or other Nat'l Banks
Fractional Currency, etc.
Total 103.U01 OO
Capital Stock $100.000 00
Surplus Fund 4,3M0 18
Exchange 120 30
Interest 8)i6 48
Circulating Notes 68,840 00
Dividends Unpaid 3 50
Individual Deposits 14,707 50
linn t.i National Banks.. 133 42
Total fla,U61 38
I. J. Son. Bltth. Cashierof The Ashtabula Na
tional Bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true, to the best or my Knowledge
J. SUM. BLYTH. Cashier.
Correct. Attest, P. F.Good, 1
henry assbtt Lureciors.
J. B. Crosby. I
State of Ohio. County of Ashtabnla.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 15th day of
Jan. 1874. ueo. H s assett, JNOtary r-nuiic.
O. L. & X. J. PALMER,
North Kingsville. O.. iu connection with their
SPOON BUSINESS are
Grindiiiff Meal & Feed,
have a good Corn shelter, and Corn Cracker, and
O O 33 TVt Xa
-2-f-GIVE US A TRIAL.
Remember the place. North Kingsville, O.
Jan. 15th, 1874.
J. MANSFIELD & COMPANY
PRICES REDlCEl) GENER
Buvs a good man's Suit, dark well made. Two
' DoParslmvs a good Working Pantaloon.
Ten Dollars buys a Black Beaver
Overcoat. :t.( buys a
Ihrtt th Clothing t 52 PnhMc Square U Warranted
an represented and we are not I'mien-old.
OUU REDUCTION IN PRICE
In ruinnntt, provided it I to conrlnne anv ItMitrth
or time, Itut price uiuwt advnm-u in Mil kitulv f
MttrchMmMiM. an thv are bclnsr uld much IVm
than the cotUof prodm'lion. However we nlmll
cou Untie our
til after the llolUny.
We are below the
on many of our goods.
For 80 and 73 cents, and our ONB ! I.LAR can't
Kor a Wet Day.
ty"rnn't forget to rail at S't Public tiuar.
Cleveland. O , before purchasing. lif.'l
msSOJLTJTIOIf OF COPABTKKR
8HIP. NOTICE is hereby given that the
Copartnership heretofore existing between
Case & l'lerce is tine day dissolved by mutual con
sent. All pit ties having accounts with the under
signed, will please call and settle at once.
CASE A PIERCE.
Morgan. Jan. frind, 1874. :)ua55
JxVMES FRANCIS whose place of
residence is unknown. Is hereby notified that
on the 23d day of January, A. D. 1S74. Sarah Fran
cis filed in the office of Clerkof the Conrt of Com
mon Pleaa. of Ashtabula county and Staie of
Ohio.'her petition charging said James Francis
with extreme cruelty and habitual drunkenness,
and praving that said Sarah Francis be divorced
rom said James Francis, and that she be restored
to her maiden name of Sarah Van Name, and for
alimony, which petition will stand lor hearing al
the February term of Said Court.
By Win. F. Hnbbard, Att'y Btli55
I will sell for the
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
the following goods at cost :
MEN, YOUTH & BOYS
WOOLEE SHIRTS A
BUCK, CHINCHILLY A FUH
Gr LOVE S.
WINTER CAPS & SCARFS.
EDWARD C. PIERCE.
Jan. S8rd, 1874.
FOR SALE. Two Wood Stoves,
a large and a email eize, for aale at thia office.
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116 Smlthfleld Street,
1151 Pittsburgh, Pa.
OH SAY I
Have you seen the
, in the "
In SMITH'S NEW BLOCK on Centre Street T
If yon have not called oar advice to one and all.
old i:d joud, ia to do eo at ouce, and invpect ail
of thetw new things.
Observe that ittey keep something yon want and
can't do without.
Aehtabula, Jan 7, ttra l3rf
FURNITURE J FURNITURE !
" Small Profits and Quick Sales."
JOHN DUCRO WOULD" CALL
attention to his large and
SPLENDID STOCK OF CABI
The resnit of his enlarged and increased faciH
ties for business.
He is Prepared to, & is Jelling
heaper than any other establishment of the kind
in the country or city. I oicaa what I say, and
would Invite the publie In general to see tor them'
aelyes before buying elsewhere. I am making it
an object for ary one to give me a call, and it
will pay them well for coming to see a large stock
to select from, which is as larceas any in auycity.
Having sixteen years einerience In business and
buying all my stock direct from the manufacturers
East, and conducting my own business enables
me to sell lower thau any competitor in the re
gion. My work is as it always- hat been tic
I also have on hand a large stock of Eastern
work, which I sell very low : among which will b
found single lounges, bed lounges, carpet and rep
Spring Mc.ttressea, at grtaf ry reduced prices of
mr own make.
Don't forget the place a few doors tenth of Fisla
Silliman & Co's Flonrand Feed Store1
Also partit u!ar attention paid to carpet raying.
Curtain and Cronice hanging, all of w hie In will
be done with readiness and dierj&tck.
I aiso keep constantly on hand a large i
ment ol reaJy made Cofhne. Kose Wood imitation.
Black Walnut and imitation of Black Walnut, alt
of which 1 can trim in two hours notice, in any
atyle requesteo, equal to any eity. also haves'
spiendid Hearse in readiness when called for.
Gravb Clothes. A new feature has recently
been added to this furniture estabiieemeat or
rather to the Undertaker's department of it oh
that cannot tail to commend, ttseu to tnee
ty, and will show the disposition of the proprie
tor to make hie establishment as perfect aa may
be. It will go far to relieve the work and bustle.
incidental to. and so reDuimant in seasons of be
reavement, of preparing the remains of the depart
ed for burial. This consists in keeping on hand
and reac'y for Immediate use, a stock of grave
clethes. A variety oi shrouds, for both mate and
female, made up with much taste aud appropri
ateness, various in price, and both black and
white materials. A single order for a coffla may,
therefore, embrace the batllliments of theldead,
and thus save the friends of the A leased, in tbe
midst ot grief frt u tsach that seem particwkirry
disagreeable anc inco- greuss In the way of prepa
ration for the grave.
Ashtabnla, Ohio, Jan. 1st, 1873. 1068 tf
Saw Gumming. '
JHE subscriber is provided with
the proper machinery for Gumming Saws, and will
attend any orders ia that line, handed to him
about towu, at his residence, on Park atreet,opp
site of the residence of H. C. Tombes. -18
House to lient, and Htirse
HoUSE next east of my dwelling
Four rooms finished ; pump and sink convenient.
woodaonse and spruig nonse: gooa cellar, fasei
month until sDrinir. and longer if desired, on fail
terms to be arei
YOUNG HOUSE, fAst. gentle and sound.
f loo, on credit ir aesirea ana airreea to.
B. W. GRISWOLD.
A-htabula. Nov. 11th, 1873. ltf
E. Jrl. GILKEY
BLACK ALPACAS, AND MOHAIRS,
TEHERAN CLOTHS A LCSTERS
In all new shades,
GRAY SEIGES, CAJLEL
in Navy bine, and olive green,
BLACK SILKS, MEKINOS
and EMPRESS CLOTHS
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
NAVY BLUE WATERPRl OF.
STRIPED REVERSIBLE SHAWLS,
FELT SKIRTS, i 1)0. i75, H.UO,
REAL LACES in Valenciennes aad thread.
BLACK GUIPURE LACES.
BLACK LACE YEA1LS. plain and catted.
BLACK CLOAKING VELVETS.
BLACK TltlMVING VELVETS,
LATHES'. "MISSES Jt CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
GENTLEMEN'S' FURNISHING GOODS
IN SHWLS AND DRAWERS.
TABLE I.INKNS. NAPKINS. WHITE COUN
FINK GOODS IN NOTIONS, fOMBS A RBl'SU
ES. SOAPS PERKUVKRY, JET JEW
ELRY, JET HN VMKNTS, AND
FANCY GIWHW IN
GREAT V ARIETY.
ZKI'tlVK WOltTEDH, CANVASS, PAT
TSKNS. NKKOLF.S, GKKMANTiiWN YARNS.
FILLING SILKS In all shade.
TI('K is heivbv iriven, ih tl all
IH-rwirs Hrefotbl.'. It-n lo h rhor or tnt! t hartea
I. liarv. n etieor wrd, a no -nch debts w II bv
pld or rppon-'ihiHtv irfcnowU dg ri altrr t e date
lieef. bv t!te umter-iirned.
. E. V A'-.N, Goarrt'sa.
Ahiain . .Ian a. VT.t nlJ.vi
FOR SALE. One of Mnrvit'
-mat sired i Ire pitxr Safes. IN1 a Pluck Wal
nut Wrtlng Desk. J. SUM. BI.Y1H.
Ashtabula. Jan e. 174. liUtf