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. ASHTABULA. OHIO.
Saturday Morning, May SO, 1874;
Lenient treatment hag been meted out
to the crusading women in Cincinnati.
They have been told to go home and take
care that they are never seen in a police
A picture by youug English lady who
is not vet 88 years old, is specially com-
manHMi among the irorks of art inthia
year's exhibition of the Royal Academy.
The picture is styled, fCalling the Roll
after aa Engagement m the Crime's." -.
The ocean steamer Idaho, from Liver
pool to. New York, went ashore at Fire
Island, off the Long Island coast a Uay or
two ago. The passengers came ashore on
the beach all right Atlautic ocean steam
ers have a heap or bad lock this season.
Rochfort, the banished disturber of Pa
ris, having escaped to this
landed at San Francisco, hat .left the Pa
cific Coast-over land-for New York,
where he will no doubt find kindred spir
its enough to surround him with a halo
of glory. -
Within the past ten years the screw has
entirely replaced the paddle in transatlan
tic navigation, the weight ot marine en
gines hag decreased one-half, the steam
pressure has quadrupled and the consump-
tion of coal has diminished two-thirds.
These facts we glean from Frank Leslie's.
The New York Evening Pott takes occa
sion, in a well written article, to point to
Judge Scofleld, Mr. Dawes and General
Garfield and says they have never been
surpassed in ability and integrity, as the
heads of their, respective committees
since the organization of the Government
The trial of Prof. Swing, pastor of th
Fourth Church, Chicago, for heresy, bas
terminated in the acquittal of that gentle
man. The trial has resulted ia the deter.
ruination of Prof. Swing to dissolve his
connection with the ecclesiastical order
with which he has been connected the
The Cnnnard steamship Company
whose steamers have been making regular
trina across the Atlantic since 184034
years, it is estimated have not lost a sin
gle Hie or letter through the earlessness
of their emplcflres, or misfortune to their
ships. In all these 84 years the company
lost only "two; vessels the Columbia and
Tripoli neither wreck being accompanied
by loss of life.
The marriage at the White House, the
other day, was understood to have been
an unostentatious and modest affair. In
carrying out this idea, it was understood
that the Jenkinses of the Press were ex
eluded. It, however, turns out that there
was either a discrimination, or some of
the guests played the surreptitious, for it
will be seen from our columns that a pret
ty full report has found its way into print
This week." says the Chicago Tribune t
will propably be a bad one for railroad
companies in : Wisconsin. Gov. Taylor
has about finished with his inscrutable
proclamations, and has gathered his sub
ordinates well in hand-for. serious work.
He means mischief. Four suits were be.
gun against ageuts of the road on the 23df
and these are merely the first of a myriad
which the State officials are preparing to
Mr. Tb ;arman spoke in the senate on
the Civil Rights bill. He said it was on
the programme that the bill should pass,
bnt he believed that if Senators should
vote without regard to outside pressure,
it would be rejected by an overwhelming
majority. .But the colored vote was not
to be contemned. Mr. Tburman had some
reasons to urge against the passage of
the bill which deserve respectful consid
eration. Good Catholics will find little to com
mend in the remarks of Senators Edmunds
and Sargent in the Oivil Rights debate,
concerning the altitude of the Church to
ward the common schools. Sargent al
leged that the Church was attempting to
break down the common school system,
and Edmunds feebly parried by saying
that the Church never discriminated be
tween black and white men in her mis
Nineteen praying women of Cincinnati,
were a match for a gathering of 500 daunt
less bruisers of that city, and if the Mayor
had not come to their relief, and after ar
rest and -admonition, prohibited1 and for
bidden such Ian , array of women from
gathering upon (he streets, there is do
knowing what would have become of the
gallant five hundred. Such a set of wor
thies ought to be artistically grouped
with the mayor as the central figure, and
handed over to posterity by an act of can
onization. It is rumored that Germany has a greed
to make common cause with Italy against
any enemy who may attack her. France
and Austria are the only countries which
would be likely to quarrel with Italy, and
Germany would not object to giving
either a small thrashing. In this way
Germany strengthenesitseir, securing the
good will of Italy, and enables the latter
country to dispense with a standing army
of any great dimensions, and of course,
with the expense attending the mainte
nance of such an army;
A sensible step has been taken by the
Northern Presbyterian Assembly In vot
ing to strike from the official record of its
proceedings all honorary titles, academic
or otherwise. Dr. Howard CrOBby, Chan
cellor of the University at New York,
who bas himself a string of titles as long
as that appertaining to any other member
of the Assembly, deserves the credit of
having introduced several years ago the
measure which he has just pushed to a,
successful conclusion. His argument is
that all ministers of the Church Milium
are officers of equal grade, and the ones
most honored by civil and literary socie
ties are often the least distinguished ser
vants ot God.
A loyal soldier boy, during the late in"
tcstine unpleasantness, tell Into the hands
of the Confederates and was thrust into
Libby Prison. The violence and suffering
here endured was much of it inflicted by
one. Mat. Cadv. and it made a vivid and
lasting impression upon his mind. Th
other day, the prisoner met Cady in Mon
roe, and reminded him of his Inhuman
treatment, telling him that now the time
had come to square accounts, and im
mediately proceeded to do that very thing.
He gave Cady a terrible threshing, which
may, very likely, have the effect to put off
the full establishment or those amicable
relations that gome ot us are so anxious to
The House Committee of Ways and
Means by a vote of eight to two, have
expressed themselves opposed to the re
storation of the 10 per cent, token off the
rate of duty on certain articles in the sec
ond section of the Tariff act of June 6,
1872. These articles are manufactures of
cotton, wool, iron, and steel, metals and
manntactures of metals, paper, all . de
tcriptions of glass and glassware, leather
and all manufactures of skins, bone,
Ivory and leather.. The Committee are op
posed to ipcreasingthe duty on the above
articles. The restoration of ten per cent
would ipcrease the revenue about $3,000,
000 annually., the Increase of ten per
cent on iron was strongly urged by the
Lumber Trade of the Saginaw Valley.
Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.
. East Saginaw, May 21st. The latest
reports from the lumbering streams tribu
tary to the Saginaw, and emptying into
the bay and lake above, indicate lbatat
least there is to be clean sweep ot the
logs cut in all quarters. The late rains
have swelled these streams In some in
stances to a higher stage than has bten
reached for some years, and still Hie rainy
spell seems to be not over. It has been a
common remark among the lumbermen
for the last day or two, that there would
not be a log left back. Some remarkable
feats in log running have been accomplish
ed, and the whole business hr-.g progressed
to the entire satisfaction of the interested
parties. According to estimates prepared
from carefully collected figures, if all the
logs now cut are delivered at the mills this
summer, there will be still a large short
age in the supply necessary to keep all
the machinery employed to its full capac
ity. The mills on the river have a ca
pacity ot 880,000,000, and a liberal esti
mate of logs, old and new, on the streams,
the production of which comes to these
mills, would be several hundred millions
below that. The highest estimate put up
on the quantity that could come to the
mill, counting on all sorts of good luck
from late spring freshets, have been from
430,000,00010 450,000,000. At least six
mills on the river will not run this season
on account or not having a supply or logs,
ani other mills will run only a portion of
the season from the same cause.
James Watson Webb, late U. S. Min
ister to Brazil, seems to have been over
taken bv the fever for peculation, i ind
ing his diplomatic salary unequal to his
demands, conspired witn me master oi a
vessel to cheat the Brazilian Uovernmtn
oot of some eighty thousand dollars,
which, by suborning witnesses and other
dishonest methods of procedure, the two
succeeded in doinz- The U. S. govern
ment thought its Minister was seeking
indemnity for a wrong inflicted by Bra
zil, and when Webb remitted twenty five
thousand dollars to Washington to be
paid to the American sailor who conspir
ed with him, his operation was regarded
as a nattering success, lue suspicions
of the Brazilian authorities we re aroused
however, and they at last ferretred out
the plot and informed the S'ate Depart
ment at Washington, which now discov
ers that the remaining fifty five thousand
dollars have been used by our Minister
without sending any account thereof.
The House, bas appropriated that amount
of money which will be refunded to Bra-
zil, as the twenty five thousand -dollars
has ilready been, lie says that tbe
claim was prosecuted on the understand
ing that all oyer $25,000 recovered should
go to tbe persons making the collection
from the Brazilian Government; and he
divided the award between the claimant
and the attorneys according to this
Thb New Fkench Premier. Marc
Thomas Eugene Goulard, wbo baa been
called by President MacMahon to form a
Ministry, was born in Versailles in 1808,
and joined the Paris bar in 1830. He was
member of tbe Legislative Chamber
from 1846 to 1848. In 1871 he was elect
ed in the Hautes Pyrenees to the Nation
Assembly convened to settle the terms
of peace, and was at tbe same time se
lected to represent the canton d'Arreau
the Council General for that district
After representing France at the Frank
fort Conference, he was. appointed Minis
ter to Italy ; but before entering on his
duties President Thiers made him Minis
of Commerce. He held that post until
March, 1873, when he succeeded M. Pou-
yer:Querter, as Minister or France. M.
Goulard was instrumental as such in
negotiating the loan of $600,000,000
needed to pay off the German idemuity
and also displayed ability during the de
bates on taxation. He retired from of
fice with M. Thiers. He has acted in
National Assembly with the Conserva
tive KepuDlioans, ana being a protec
tionist favored abrogating the commercial
treaties with Great Britain and other na
tions. Meeting op Bishops: The semi -an-
nual meeting' of the Methodist Episcd-
Bishops of the United States,
convened in Columbus, Ohio, on Mon
day. The following Bishops are pros"
; Simpson.' of Pennsylvania: Xanes.
New York, Scott, of Delaware, Am"s,
Maryland ; Bowman of Missouri ; Fos
ter, of Ohio', Morrill, or Minnesota ; An
drews, of Iowa ; Peck, of California ; and
Haven, of Georgia. The absentees are
Morris, of Ohio, infirm; Wiley, of Illi
nois, sick, and Hams, of Illinois, who is
Europe. The business brought before
body will be of interest to the entire
Methodist Episcopal Church, tbe princi
part ot which will be the assignment
Bishops to preside over all the various
Conference Districts of the United States ;
receive communications and act upon
them, and render decisons upon questions
Five sixths of the population of New
Mexico cannot read nor write, and a very
large proportion do. not understand the
English language. The vote in the
House upon the bill will be a surprise to
country, and tbe surprise will be
greatly increased if the Senate shall reach
similer conclusion. Or all the Territo
ries, New Mexico is, perhaps, least fitted
the character or its population tor ad
mission, and the general interests- of the
country demand that it shall be kept in
present condition until that character
very materially changed.
Witchcraft. Two sorcerers have been
burned by the Alcalde of Jacobo, in the
Sinaloa, Mexico, aud more are under Slate
surveilance. The evidence upon which
guilty persons were convicted was or
most crushing character. A man said
have been bewitched was treated to
three swallows or holy water, whereupon
vomited blankets and bunches of hair
great profusion. This was enough for
Alcalde. He roasted the accused
without stopping to connect them with
blankets, and hair in the stomach of
bewitched. Mexican theology and
logic, after all, are not very much inferior
such as have recently been exhibited
more enlightened ltnris.
Ut of Patents Issued from the C States
Patent Office to Ohio Inventor, for the week end
Mey 6th. 1874. and each bearing that date
furnished this paper by Cox & Cox, Solicitor!
Patent. Wa shlnrton, D. C.
Fireman's Ladder P. P. Carnes, Cleve
land. Air Distributing Pipe for Furnaces A.
Axle for Vehicles' R. Gat.-s, Clevland.
Boat Detatching Hook. F. E. Harmon,
Felly Plate for Vehicle Wheels P. F.
Mole Trap E. M. Reed. Williams,
Washing Machine T. Stumm, Ada.
Grain Drill J. C. Bake Mecbanicsburg.
Till Alarm B.C. Frink, and E. O.
Car Coupling E. N. Grifford, Cleve
land. Treadle Attachment for Sewing Ma
chines W. Haslup, Sidney.
Middling Purifier II. Jones Cuyaho
Elevator H. 8. Reedy. Cincinnati.
Machine Brake F.L. Sanderson, Port
William. Magazine Stove C. Truesdale, Cincin
nati. Bread Sllcer E. Trump, Springfield.
Roofing Tile J.jT. Weybrecht. Alli
Hot Air Furnace L. S.
THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF OHIO.
Will be voted upon by the people at
the October election. The old Constitu
tion is substantially re-enacted, the prin
cipal changes or amendments being the
Juries in inferior tribunals in civil cases
n.vmnaist of six oersons. Leeal notice
or judicial proceedings by publication
only will not be sufficient nniess the Court
is satisfied that the residence or address
or the parties is unknown. The time
for holding the elections for legisla
tive and State officers is changed from
October to November ; and all the officers
are to be elected biennially.
No person interested in a contract with
the State to be eligible to the Legis lature.
All joint resolutions to be passed only by
the recorded vote or a majority of the
members of each branch ot the Legisla
ture -and1 the vote ordering bills to first
and second reading to be taken by - yeas
and nays. The Governor is for tbe first
time to have the veto power, which, how
ever, can be overruled by a three-fifths
vote of both Houses, He is also authori
zed to veto any items in an appropriation
bilL The yeas and nays are to be re
corded at each item of an appropriation
bill, and, unless such items receive the
vote of a majority of all the members
elect, it shall be rejected. The "Salary
Grab" law induced the necessity for such
a provision as this. Tbe Legislature
shall vote no extra compensa'Jon to any
officer, public agent, or contractor.
The terms of office or the Supreme
Court Judges is increased to ten years, and
tbe salary is not to be less than $5,000
a year. At the first election or these
Judges, no person is to vote for more
than three of the five. Judges to be elected.
Tbe present Courts or Common Pleas
are continued. Drunkenness or a judicial
officer during his term or court or when
officially engaged, works a forfeiture
of office. Probate Judges and Clerks or
Courts are to be paid salaries, and all
Tees are to be paid into1 tha public trea
Women are made eligible to any office
under the school laws. The officers or
Commissioners of the Board of Public
Works are abolished and a Superintend
ent of Public Works is to be elected. Com
mittees and townships are lor the first time
made bodies corporate, to enable them to
sue and be sued, etc. County officers to be
paid salaries, and fees to go into the
The Legislature is authorized to divide
the municipal corporations in the State
into six classes, and to define the pow
ers of each class as to .taxation,
mtnts, loans, and debts. No taxation in
in any corporation exceeding 10 per
cent, of tbe taxable value of the property
therein shall be ley ied in any one year,
nor more than fifty per cent in any ten
years. The indebtedness of any muuioi
pal corporation shall never exceed o per
cent, of the taxable value of the property
within its limits without the consent
three-fourths of the voters.
The amendments relating to private
corporations authorize cumulative voting
in the election or Directors. No office
or agent or any company owning, or op
erating, or using a railroad in Ohio shall
be interested by himself or with others in
terested by himself or with others in the
receipts, contracts, or earnings or such
company otherwise than as an ordinary
shipper or passenger, or a stockholder,
creditor, or employe , nor in any arauge
ment which shall afford more advantage
ous terms than are offered and awarded
to the public ; all contracts in violation
ol this section to be void. Consolidation
ot parallel or competing railroads is pro
hibited. The issue of stock or bonds ex
cept for money or property actually re
ceived or for labor done, is prohibited.
Persons and property transported on any
railroad shall be carried to any station at
charges not exceeding, in gross, the
charges for tbe same class and amount of
transportation to any more distant sta
The rule of taxing all real and personal
property is changed so as to tax the same
upon its assessed money value at a uni
form rate. Franchises and incomes de
rived from investments are to be taxed
when Ihe property itseir, like United
States bonds, cannot be reached. Banks
are to be taxed by a scale based upon
capital and the amount of business done.
No matenal change is made in the ap
pointment of representatives in the Le
gislature, except that the Senate is to
consist oi si ana the tiouse or 1U5 mem
bers. No member of the General Assem
bly shall accept a pass from any railroad
or transportation company.
In addition to thes there are several
articles to be voted upon separately by tbe
people. One of these is, "For License"
or "Against License." irthe former car
ry, then the sale or liquor may be licensed
in Ohio ; irthe latter carry, then no such
license will be issued. Another is. pro
hibiting municipal corporations subscri
bing in aid or any railroad.
Senators Dorsey and Clayton have been
requested by the Arkansas Legislature to
resign. IT the attempted revolution in
Arkansas bad been successful, they would
have bad the right to profit by the result ;
since it has miserably failed, they cannot
hope to avoid the penalty of failure.
New Mexico will probably be admitted
a State at the present Session of Con
gress. A bill with this end in view pass- -
the House on the 31st by a vote of 160
The Potato Bugs have left their win
ter quarters in tbe ground, and sd-
peared in force upon the surface, and every
potato plant that makes its appearanee, is
once cut down. The indications are
that to fight them successfully this season,
will be found something more than holi,
day sport. Their disappaintment and
discouragement at finding the Editorial
potato patch turned into a strawberry
bed, is not a little amusing, in view of the
fact that in accordance with the arranged
programme, we were to be the victims
and sufferer. The scarcity of old potatoes
and the uncertainty ot the new crop, bave
run the price ot the stock on hand to
$1.50 to 1.60.
The time table of tbe Erie road, has not,
it should have bi-pn, revised, this week.
The unusual demand upon the labor of
the offiee for doing our job Work, some
needful repairs upon our Press, together
with some misfortune in the breaking
down of matter, have cobspired to push
our publication, this week, over to Saturday.
IN PRICE OF COAL !
rI"0 meet the demands and neces-
seUCoAUor' Ume,'-we- 1.l.ncd,w.
the following prices per ton (screened) at our
yard near L. 8. & M. 8. depot :
BRIAB HILL, Lump, .".....$4.75
WICK ft WELLS' Lamp 4.
ANTHRACITE COAL. Stove and Egg.. 8.40
" " Chestnut 7.90
Delivery ...... ......j.... v 60
All orders left with TOM BBS BROTHER
'two rrnxwe bianninv
If now better supplied with
than EVER before, and is prepared to torn oot
A KinUS Of JOb rnntinS:
with rapidity and unsurpassed neatness.
Providing for the construction and keeping
tn repair of sidewalks on Station street.
CEC. I. Be it ordained by the
kJCouncil of the Incorporated Village of Ashta.
bnla. that there shall be constructed and kept in
repair, as provided bylaw, a good sidewalK, not
icbb limit luur leet wiuc, uu wis vu
the East side of Station street, from Division
street to Depot street, with suitable crossings, and
that the expense thereof be assessed upon the
lanas ana lots npon nom siaesoi ia street.
ec- II. That said sidewalk and crossings shall
k. nna.m.aA nt nl.nb 1M ..mbS-Wifl fir f
brick, ander the supervision of the Sidewalk Com-
mlttu M .n.k . u ahftil lw established
under the direction cf the Council.
Sac. III. That in case the owner or owners or
the lots or lands abutting on said street shall fail
for sixty days after receiving notice as provided by
law. to construct, or cause to be constructed, said
sidewalk and crossings, then the same shall be
constructed bv direction of tne Council, at the ex
pense of such owner or owners, and the expense
shall be aa a lien and be collected as provided by
Passed Mav 25th. 1864. E. H. GILKEY,
Attest, A. H. TYLER, Cl'k. PresU pro tern.
ON THE PREMISES AT
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8d 1874. at 1 o'clock P. M
A Spkcial Traix will leave Yonngstown at 7
o'clock A. M. on the day of sale, stopping at all
stations and retnruing the same day carrying pas
sengers at Half- Fabk. Excursion rates, also from
pittsnurgh on Morning Train.
A FREE LUNCH SERVED ON THE GROUNDS.
Has abundant depth of water for the largest ves
sels, and amDle dock room : with the imorove-
ments now going on, and the amount of coal and
ore Ibat is now being shipped at this point, must
convince all who may visit tbe harbor, it that will
soon compare with any port on Lake Erie, for a
Commercial point. Ail who read this should at
tend the Sale, and be convinced that at A'htabula
Harbor is the place to invest in real estate.
The DroDertv to be offered is a beautiral level
oughfare to the Harbor, Vest side, and convenient
to the docks and Round House. A., Y. P., and
Harbor Branch or Lake Shore K. JK., ootn com
pleted within the year. The property has been
carefully subdivided into lots of convenient size.
witn wloe avenaes and streets plainly marxea on
the grounds, according to tbe recorded plan, and
will be sold singly or in lots to suit purchasers.
TERMS One.fonrth down, balance In three an
nual payments. l. t. asBUKl, aqci r.
NEW OFFERS! NEW IDEAS!
See the Grand Gifts.
OF OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND TO ITS SUBSCRI
Entirely new and unprecedented, and such aa
will interest every one. Yon miss It if vou don't
send for samples and roll particulars, which are
See the Great Watch Offer !
Oca FiEtaslDl Fars-ND is now in its Fifth Vol-
ume,tboroughly established as a leading family and
story Weekly in the Union, has the largest circn-
h.juu, nuu id vug uwi BUUUlll.CU liriulUUT ftUU pUU- I
lishine establishment in the West. Is larre
eight-page Illustrated and original femlly weekly.
Price $3.00 per year. Every subscriber receives a
magnificent premium and a share in the distribu
tion. snDscrme now!
WE WANT AGENTS.
We Want a renresentative In cverv nelo-nhnr-
hood. Nothine eauals it for apents. male oi fa-1
mate, young or old. Large cash wages and a sn-
pero uu-rriT. exclusive tern lory, wnictt Is rapidly
filling od. Must at, III 7 at once. Snhscrihe h sand
ing $3.00, and receive the paper one year, a xnag- I
uiuwiui premium, a sorae tn ue ulstriDUuon, ana
receive also Free, a comorete outfit, or aenH far
particulars. Name territory desired in writing.
AddresB Waters & Co., Publishers, Chicago 111,
Spring' Bed Bottom,
FOR HEALTM, COMFORT, ELASTICITY.
DURABILITY, CHEAPNESS A CLEAN
LINESS HAS NO EQUAL.
It Saves that (IrpnilM Hnllv taalr nf Mhnlrlnv nn
heavy buds. Neither is there anv Dlace where that
everlasting nest, the bed-bue can hide and breed.
The mOSt inte)llir(.nt anA mllh. rimlllfla nMfn
With a light mattress or snmn nnilta lain over
tUClU, M1CJ UMC BUil B 11(1
Cool Bed for Hot Weather !
THEY MAKE NO NOISE.
This bed is not onlv a luxury to the healthv Dor-
son, bnt it ia especially so to the Invalid, who
Irnm Illness or iunrmlty are more or less confined
thoir beds. One can scarcely realize the relief I
comfort a sick person enjoys in being changed
from a common bed to one ot tncse.
I have Certificates from tne pastors or every
congregation 111 the village, and from our bankers.
physicians, merchants, noiet-aeepers ana outers
reccommendltig this bed in preference to any oth
er In th. mirtiot Heveral that were aslnir the
Tucker Burin? Bed." substituted tnese in meir
place ; some using spring mattresses costing 2H,
substituted these for them. This bed Is consid
ered by all equal, and by some
SUPERIOR to the WIRE WOVEN MATTRE8?,
1 sell tne "Elastic"
than any other, for 17.00.
Order, tor tbese Beds supplied promptlv bv tbe
underslmKd who Is sole owner of thi Patent.!
and manufacturer of them. "tenia.
AautalmApTU,,,,., ' gjgr.
LOW PRICES AND GOOD GOODS!
13 WHAT THB PEOPLE WANT AND THAT 19 WHAT THE
Special Bargains this Week !
20 Piecea Japanese Poplins, worth 37c, for
,T- , .. ..... -
iu jrieces Japanese silks, worm bi$c
10 Pieces Drab and Steel Japanese Silk,
These are a
60 Pieces more of those heavy Scotch
26 Piecea good heavy Ginghams only
100 Pieces British Dress from 20c to
Rich Gros Grain Bibbons,
300 PieeS at half the USUal price.
10 Pieces all wool Cassimeres, for men and boy's wear, worth $1.50 for $1.00
10 Pieces all wool Cassimeres worth 75c for 50c
8 Pieces all wool Cassimeres wor h 87c for 65c
3,000 yds. Remnant Kentucky Jeans,
All wool Ingrain Carpets, worth $1.00,
Good Hemp Carpets for
-A. 3L. r -A-
20 Pieces Black Alpacas, worth 50c,
20 Pieces Black Alpacas, worth 75c,
10 Pieces very fine Brilliantines, beautiful luster, worth $1.00 for 75c
BLEACHED & BRO WN COTTONS
INTe-TO" YorK Prices.
Great Bargain in Table
We Buy Direct from the Importers & Manufacsurers
therby saving several profits which
WE DIVIDE THIS SAVING
Best Prints only 9 cents.
'1 Goods Warranted as represented, or
ONE PRICE EEIE STORE,
HASKELL'S BLOCK, ASHTABULA
worth $1.00 for
Ginghams worth 20c, for 12-c
3Gc, about half price.
all perfect, only 15c
O Al. S -
in Black Silks.
Carper Warp only 30 cents
other dealers have to pay, and
WITH OUR CUSTOMERS.
A new supply just in.
See Us. "1s3
LOCKE & CO,
SPRING STYLES I
Just received at
E. O. PIERCE'S,
HATS & CAPS.
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
AsbUbulfc. April 9th. 1874.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vrsr
EGA.R Bitters the most wonderful In
vigorant that ever sustained the sinking
No Person can tate these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted, beyond
Bilious. Bemittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of oar great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements or tne Btomacn ana liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartio for the purpose equal to
JJE. J. WALKER'S VDfEGAB HITTERS,
as tney wiu speedily remove tne dart
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
samnlaung the secretions of tne liver,
and generally restoring tne neaitny
functions of the digestive organs.
'Fortify the body against disease
by puriiying all its fluids witn vhtegae
tsiTTERS. No epidemic can tate bold
of a system tnus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head'
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs.
Tightness of the Chest, Pizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in tne Moutn, Bilious Attacks, Palpita-
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
.Lungs, Pain in tne region of the Kid
neys, and a Hundred other painful symn
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
w it merits man a lengtny advertise'
Scrofula, or Kine'a "Evil. White
SwelUuirs. Ulcers. Erraitolaa. Swelled Keck.
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
innammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
bores, Junctions of the Skin. Sore Eves, etc
In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walker's Viseqae Bittkbs have
shown their great curative powers in the
most ousuuate ana lntr&ctarjid cases.
k or Inflammatory and Chronie
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
me Jjiooa, uver, moneys and madder,
these Bitters have no equal Such Diseases
are caused oy v mated iiiooa.
mecnamcai Diseases. Persons en
faged in Paints and Minerals, such as
lumbers. Tvte-setters. Gold-be atom, and
Kiners, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guari
against wis. i&ke dose of wuiii't Tut
soar Bitters oocasionallv.
For SKin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet-
vor, otub-jineum, Bioicnes, spots, impies,
x uBLuiou, com, uaronncies, iung-worms,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Disoolorationa of the Skin, Samara
and Diseases or the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out oi ine system in snort tune oy uu sq
Oi tnese tsitten.
Pin. Tape, and ctner worms,
lurkins in tha srstem of so many thousand.
am arinritnallrdeatrored and remoVed. Ko
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no as
thelminitica will free the system from worms
like these Bitter.
For Female CempIaints.invoun2
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonio
Bitters display so deoided an influence that
uuyiuvsuious ia soon peroepuDie.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when-
Sver yon find its imparities bursting through
tie skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores:
cleanse it when you find It obstructed anq
aluggi&h In the veins ; cleanse (t when it is,
foul ; your feelings wiU tall you when. Keep
the blood pore, aod the haalth of the system
It. H. MeDO-f ALD CO.,
Druggists and Oso. Airta, Saa Franolseo. Califoni.
and oor. of Washlcrtua and Charlton gta, N. Y.
sola oy sm wgg uu q manri,
rwtlin 1 IV At a -s .
'lift suoBonoer oners ior Bale or
A. Trade for personal property
A SPOKE MACHINE,'
for manufacturing wagon spokes, pick handles.
uiuiuor iwuum, oiu. iqq mscuine la
oruoi, ana new, ana wui be sold cheap.
appiy to p.
Ashtabula, 0., Feb. M. 1874.
IIYEKP00L& LONDON &
GLOBE INS. CO.
Total Aaseu. gom. 120,000,000.
Assot tntha United States, nsia "
the Director in "ew York..
H 440.000 fX)
All Shareholders ncrsou-"- oonuble
"jf'jWtttaU Of tympany.
GROCERIES, FAMILY SUPPLIES, Ac
Ilotv You Can Do It?
Save Tour Money!
Don't be Salted any longer !
JL HE old style of Buying and Sell
ing Grocerlea ia Played Out with us. CASH ia
tbe only TBtTK Principle on which to do Bust
neass within the, last few weeks 'we bare work
ed a wonderful and marvelous change. Hundreds
of people a month ago never thought that GBO
CEBIBscdnld be sold at such
Marvelous Low Prices.
nrTire,ri.d.fT,?T? of customers are added to
This la no Advertising Bumbo. The fact Is
patent to all. Common sense tells how we can
afford to undersell.
Wa Sell Only For CASH!
This Is an advantage which KO STORK Cf ASH
TABULA can offer yon. If yoa boy of a credit
store, yon most pay credit prices, yoa mast pay
the bad debts of dishoneet customers, the expen
ses of extra help and book keepers, interest of
long standing debts, and ruinous prices of old
low style of doing business.
WE ARE HERE TO SUSTAIN TH
CASH SYSTEM AND ITS ADVANTA
GES AMONG YOC,
and the aid you extend to us wiU sustain in
your midst competition that will keep prices down
break np extortion and high prices, and sell yoa
good goods for less money than yon have been
accustomed to pay for Inferior articles.
We Mean Business.
and we guarantee to Save yon Voaey. The
reasons must be self-evident to every reasona
ble eitiaea. It is not in keeping with good
sense or economy to waste, money in
these hard times by paying
high prices or buying
WE SELL ONLY FOR CSH !
A7 THE LOWEST PRICES,
and on the broad principle of, alike to an, with,
good goods at email ProSta.
tNo Kxtra Charge, to, the Delivery of good.
9. IS. VA17I.KIIKS MIT,
Vala 8t Ash tabs la, Ohio .
Ieeember 18th, 197.
Singer Sewing Machine.
YyE presume there is no variety
of Sewing Kaehtnea ia the coutry bat haa
friends and admirers, who are prepared to aeeert
and maintain that it la superior to any aad aa
others. Without catering apoa a iH.i usslnn of
the relative merits of any of the different kinds,
we may be permitted to suggest from the sworn
report, that the 8lngec Co., U ia 18TS One Hun
dred and Thirteen Thousand Two Baadred and
Frty-ibar xoaa Machines than any erase-cosnpe,
ny, would aeam ta Indicate that the Singer Ma
chine wae considered to be a boat tha thing. The)
townships of Kingsville, Ceaaeaat. Monroe, 8 kef
Held, etc., are represented by K. L. Gnovsa, Ag
for Singer MannJsctoring Co, NoM Union Square,
Save Your fyes.
Cava Tou tiatr,
Save Tavr Tamper
By nsingCrmtal Spec
tacles. They are Cleert
Brilliant! Perfect! Are
made from Crvstaliaed
Qnarta, and highly pot
lahed. Made Bl Tocai. tbev
enable the wears to
see perfectly at any
i vl enable tne wears to 1 1
SOLD BY DICKIXSOV.
3srA."CTXa O. JTOIUi
Has od hand a good assortment ot
ltn. nrloas kinds. Heavy and Ucht. Sin
aud Double, of Ihe best workmanship and ma
terial Ha Is prepared to Sil all orders to work;
any description tn hie line.
Ho has lust laid In a large supply of larre and
medium slsed Traveling Tranaa. ThsTareof va
rious aoaliuee aad values, and afforded at k7
prioee. The esaoruaeal te altugeiaar the
largest of any la the feirMu, Ts traveling public
invited Ut loo over tais ama, aa incy eaa
hardly (all toladsoasUtifigtotSslr mind.
A ah tabula. Bool M. Igfl.
THE firm of Lrcx BaiDwixi 4 Co,
I. this nay dissolved by ths iwl.f,w-.l etb