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ASHTABULA, OHIO. ' ' Saturday Morning, July 31, 1869. Pen and Paste Brevities. STATE TICKET. .Jlorcruor- Hutberford B. Hayes. Mentcnant-Oovcrnor John C lee. Supreme Court Lather Day. Treasurer of State Sidney J. Warner. A ttornrv-floneral Francis H. Pond. Board Public Works-IUch. A. Porter. C5T25,0O0 copies of Mm. Sto e' "OTdtown Folks" bare Iteen sold. tSTYonng ladies tvho piny croquet nre known as "maiden, all for Inivn." , tSTEx-Preiidcnt JoIinsn Iim lately been cpcrnU'd upon for a cancer upon the temple. taThe first fruit car left San Francisco for the East, 8,1(1. t was loaded with plums and peart for Chicago, ) gnipes for X. York. tlTLettcrs from Europe, state that Hotit well's insnagement of the. Treasury Depart ment has done mncli to strengthen the credit of or Oovcrnmrnt nhroad. tynon. M'm. A. Gnlliroitli, of Erie, Pn., Tins declined the eliulrninnship of the Demo cratic Stato Central Committee of Pennsyl ranla. t3r",The Cleveland IhniJd sujg velocipedes have almost disappeared from our city, being as much of n rarity now ns they were when first lutro.lucrd. , VJT Califoniians are beginning to find that the Pacific llnilway is not an unmixed hlcss Jng. Chicago is now selling butter their San ..Francisco boarding houses. .: ErFIt is stated that Gov. ITnyes w ill open the cauvass on the part of the Republicans, In speech nl 'Wilmington, Clinton county, on Hie 12U day of August. tSTAn exchange considers that It was nn act of refined cruelty on the pnrt of Congress to remove tlic portniit of Chief Justice Cliasu 1 from tb natlonal currcncy.. 1 tyTSccrctary Boric hns Issued a circular giving Instructions for the organization of a torpedo corps In Connection with the Navy Department. tSTThe threatened inquiry Into the income, returns of New York City, has Wne fruit. ' The gentlemen Who suddenly find that they have taxable incomes, are numbered by thou , sands. , C7It is now stated In jniligalloii of Ilia carelessness w hich caused tbe Erie di.sa.stcr, that Engineer Griflln had been deprived of sleep for forty hours previous lo the Muni Hope horror. tSTProf. Goldn in Smith arrived In Cleve land on Tuesday, and is stopping at the Ken nard. He will remain during this week, and on Saturday evening will speak ut Case Hall, CSr"Two new passenger engines, named "Franklin" and "Newto.i," built nt Hclicnce tady, New York, have just been added to the rolling stock of tlio Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Itailroad. fJTThc ecclesiastical court convened at Chi cago, for the trial of Rev. Mr. Cheney, tins been ndjonmed by Bishop Wliitelmtian to the 20th, to nwalt ftirthcr action of the civil court con cerning the Injunction granted by Judge Ad amson: C3T"Weak lyo made from good wood ashes, about as strong as common ten, put in bottles, and about half a wlno glass full drank after each meal will be a couipfete preventive ngulnst cholera, cholera iiioiliti or dyspspsln. An infant may take it without injury. tSTln. one of Iter addresses, Miss rjiisnrt I). , Anthony says she does not wish to bo called . Huso Anthony, nor Susan Anthony, butdesircs the middle appelutirc used in every reference to her. Tills is very proper, in view of the , fact that ull the muTis fu the world huvu con cluded to let Susan II. Anthony.. IJTA terrible accident hns nt'cnrrcd on the Memphis and Louisville railroad, eight miles from C'larksville, Tenii.T by wt.wli three- per sons were killed, eleven sriimitfr wnunded, and cighteeu slightly injured, milking a total of thirty-two who were victims of the dis aster. tlPThe recent aununl publication, in most of our large cities, of the Income tax returns, lias led to some renewal of discussion upon the expediency of the tax. The New York JlenUtt and Tribune cull for Its repeal, or rath er (since It expires by Us own limitation In 1H70) they insist t hat it should not be continued. ISTTlio strongest opposition to the Intro rtiirticm of ('unite teltor Into the South Is likely to come from the negroes themselves. They fear competition and lower prices for labor. It would be curious If In the enso of the Chinese the negro should miiiiH'i st the same kind of hatred which the laboring Irish classes for u long time displayed for the ucirto. : tfTTlie statement that Secretary Fish bad given tho French Cuble Company authority to bind their cable at Duxbury was w llhonl t'oiiu dalion In fact, lie does not consider himself authorized to grunt such permission, and slm ' rjly announced his opinion that, with the con cessions the company propose, Congress would uiturpose do obstacle In their way. . JUf The shore end of the French cable w as landed on the uibl of tho '.'lid, and hauled into the telegraph lions on House's Hummock, "The eabU) Is said to be In good working condl Mmr. Tlio wires from Kingston station to Duxbury are nearly all up, but there Is as yet no communication from House a Hummock. CITTbe publicity given In the lucome re turns in New York, und the consentient con: pbilnts of people w ho have paid against people who hare not paid, has attracted me sUearUm of the authorities In that city, and an mititry will be Instituted forthwith Into tho correct ' ness of the complaints. Fernando Wood 1. among those, complulucd of.. ' ''' The Rey. Mr. Cheney, tho Episcopal clergy nan on trial In Chicago for a violations of the aanons of his Church, has resorted to an ln Junction Issuing from a civil court, fur protoc tlon against the proceedings of thu ccclilutf 1 1 tribunal. It Is a qncsllon' dim nit to tin 'iUnitand, how civil court has jurlsdlethin In matters purely ecclesiastical In a government ' where church and stute ai-e supposed to be so widely separate and ulsMitet. If any of. oti 'Chicago or other cotcmporarles undei-stmi the beating of the case, and will give the pub lie something like an explanation how th thing is brought about, a favor w ill bo con. ' (erred, and mneh tbirkneaa removed. ' ' Trouble thkrken, a It would seem, iiion the UumUof JiUhop WlliTF.MorsK.as wo nolle ' that AsfUtant Hlnlioir Cumnifiit", f Keiilueky ' Las given thu Bishop of Illinois lunstuVaft'ene by preaching against ritualism, and the offeiut- ' ing Ilishnp having been Invited to nil a-pulp 1 In Chicago,. Bishop Whitehouso protests a n I list It, and forbids Iho offending brother ku.hup froui pis uehliig ill his Duicese. Republican County Convention . The iRr-uiiblleans of Ashtabula Count? arc riqurstej to moot In convention, iy their Itele gat ik, In tlio Court House In Jefferson, on Monday, August 23, 1869. find nominate rnmliilutee for cirri ion to the following office : Two Representatives. Treasurer, Sheriff, Clerk of tho Court. Probate Judge, Prosecu- ting Attorney, Cninmissirmer. Infirmary EH- s , ' ' rector and Coroner. . Republican voters will therefore assemble in primary meetings, nt their usual places of hold- ing elections In the several townshipsand elect ballot one hundred and two delegates to snid (Snnvcntlon, on a basis of one Delegate to every sixty votes given for Grant, In ovem- J J o bcr last, and one for every fraction of that ra- tio of thirty or more. These primary meetings may be organized at three o'clock In the after- noon. If thought advisable) but the balloting should not be closed or n choice of delegates declared 11 I five o 'clock. I he delegation W'lll uniurLu, mi a be apportioned among the several tow nships as follows i , Ailithiila AnKtinhiirg AllilnViT C'nlinraill I.'olrhrook Cherry Valloy.... liriunsrk Ilorsiit. . . . .. (irilcvs llsriwmlcM Monrsa... 4 Monrou it 5 XT 1 ' ' ' Ni'W I.yrnc., urwcii l'k'rpont. .. ..... Plymouth Home It Win uind..... Hhrffli'lrt Hflybrmk...i;'. Trumbull Wayne . . . . . WlnlumMlcld.. WlmliMir llnrlvyruTtf., ...... .li'ffrn. hinifHlc. ....... Lvims At the same timo and place there will be chosen forty-one Delegates to represent tho county m the Senatorial Convention, to bo tieui si .iiuuisou, on mu uuy oi ivugusi, next, of whom three will be chosen from each of tho townships of Ashtabula, Conneaut and Geneva, two from each of the townships of Ausilnburg, UurpersQcld, Jefferson, Kings- ville, Monroe, Morgan and Plcrpont, and one from each of the other townships In the coun-1 W. C. HOWELLS, C. S. SIMONDS, S. A. NORTHWAY, W. P. HOWLAND, JAMES REED, S. HAYWARD, W. P. SPENCER. TnE Fkkkxii Cabi.f. notwlihstnndihg the obstacles said to be hi the way Of Its being landed baa been landed, and the' messages of courtesy and congratulation have passed be. tween NAroi.Kot and Presldcnf GiiANT. and from the telegraph company to tho, people f the United States. -The thing, therefore, Is' In working order and ready for business, and will no doubt prove a wholesome competition to the old line, and bring tho rates of comniunl- cation down too lair and more practically useful Hiiuiuani. me inuucncc oi cneiip umi easy communication thus established between gov- rnments ana peoples separated uy tne great voters, w ill be felt for good, iu the knitting of bonds of sympathy and In fostering tlio senli- incut of a common brotherhood. Official Inco.mk Tax-Patkri1. Tho ntten- on of the government hns been culled to an evident blunder In tho system ot collecting in come tax from government employees, bo ill iu llio civil una military service, liy wlucii tlio 1 uner nave uiKiounieiiiy imiu lino me l reasury nl li.nal ,.,!III.,J ,l,,ll.., !..,. .1... niissinroof the iucomo-lax act. more than tliev sro. required lo do by tiie ruvenuu laws. It is xpiuincu uiui ino muiHier is oecusioneu. uy li'iluetiiiL' the income tux froni iiiniv ami nuvv m.iru ..7..1 f.l.rll . .1 I . ui.iin iiii.i Livii i-iiii'iuy i- 111 lliu I1IIIU Ul liiu tinvnwnt of llielf n.onlhlv ,lil,.,.,l giving them the opportunities winch oilier iu- uomu tux-payers have ot making deductions vi liiu, iuiii, jurarn in iiumiiuss, KU. IS r..-ii..... ..I..! I .(.....I ... , l. nn inrr cuiiiiiirii iiiiil me sysieill is WTOlllT. uc- cause, as lias irequeniiy iiuppcned tins year, government employees diselinrged before coin- piuiing ayuHi's work, and Ik lore, receiving Hie tliousund dollms excnniicd by law. are iiuuble ;;ri;HC ;S,Z 'r i nioiithlr. when In fact thcvi.ro not. under the aw, retpnreii 10 pay any lax whatever. It is Iso claimed that montlily eolleelious ot taxes ul u'oriif.eu oy me uiw, wuicii proyiues i.r lugiuiii iikhusiiiuiiia ny UIIIV liupouiieu us- UduuAru ' s Wushlng.on correspond- ' JhraU brings attention The above, from the lit of thn I'le velum! IF, io glaring wrong, uesuies Hie luci glunccu t Hint ii,.. ,i..,i r. i... n "' """ v'"""""w"' employee wiiuoui reicrenee to Ills losses, rents, taxes, interest, iVe., lie Is not allowed the ex- emptiou of tho 1,000 that others enjoy. His I. Ill I.... .1... , a mii.mu .mm iibiiiu mu viovcruiiiem may uoi amount to .0 a month $000 n year and yet ho pays out of that Ji.'iO tho live per cent, on Iho excess, above the rule per day of $1,000 a year. although his 000 may bo his entire corn- lugs for the year. This is grossly unjust; and now that attention has been culled to It, It is to bo hoped a reform will be brought about. Thk litiKit Ciii itcii Hi 1,1.1-A London dispatch of the 2nd says the coninomiso on tl c Irish Church Hill was tho result of fear on tho part of tho Peers of the consequences threatened by a collision of tho two houses of Parliament. Ihe Tory Lords held a large meeting, , and resolved to repudiate tho Marouis of Salisbury, nnd put themselves under the It T . .... . . f.f I II. 1 l,iltna ; 'II. n 1... .n. h.h. v '- ,,v "- ""o authorized to make peace with tho Min- istry, and express the willingness of the Peers to yield. Lord Cairns sought an interview with Lord Granville, and gave in tho Hibmission of the Peers, where upon tho Cabinet agreed to the compro mise announced. Iho prompt and loud xprrSNions ot publiu indignation terri- H.. I .1. . T .. 1- i.i i i ed ho Lord, and thus has been poet, p.M.ed lor a wlnlo the tkreatened ngita- Hon. Tho "comiiroinlse" of the Lords consists hi taking back all they said and did in opposition to iho Common and ., i i . ii. i tho people, and ngreeinjr to do every thing the Lower llpiiso wants them to, It wut audi a "eompronitHo," as a man innkes when'a yVbi'r oUl a pUtoI bis head, and demands i"his money or hit lifo.M He eompromisea for his life.1 The Lords yielded because hty couldn't help .1 1.,... " ''' ' .l''1!!' I".' .r r.iiviii.t.1 T t r. i m. .'r. .. ......... -. 1 no orinern I acme Krtilroad exnlor tug party started from Si. Cloud. Minn- esoia, by wngoli trnin, on the afternoon orjuiy utn. liiey wiu tiftver about twenty-five or thirty miles per day.' At Fort Abercrombie, rut tho Hed lliver the Nona, they will bo joined by An lu- or July Dtb. tbe) will travel' ftbout . - . . laniry escort ot tinny men. under Com ma nd of Lieutenant Jy 1 1. Kelton, w " vnumuu uiivu wieir ii-uiiM u mo i-iui, which win ue iu auoiii .i . . i , i .-. ... amy uujs, ihhii governor ftiuilhs BUMS lW!&mj 3 ' 1 ' .-.'I. This practicing of Die Hurvurd TTntvoi-slty's . 1.. tti . . . rrew iu mo i nuuiin, w a loin, i,H Mcttca n.uel, admiration, and In their rowhig agulnst " msm (gnw vi n inikri n Ul 1(1(116 day for the trial between these crows has been fixed for August 23, or (Lo first favorable tiu-reancr. bon jlt to( k,dnnhM?rl, ! worked .tinil " ., , ,. . .., ' ' ' cenrrally dealt w itli n so many alnve, ' "nr tl,e nonnnnl cover of ft fystem of contrncl, n itertong stumbling Mock in tbeir way lias been discovered, consist by jng 0f nn Hct of Congrcsn w hicli' ns j .q l8c2 Q extsic'nee of Biicli a ... i ' i ' -, , law rn nnr Bint itA I . rt . i L- i a ,,nai,i,,vl v fo Coon! Tnlrrir. If tie Sonthern gentlemen wlio lmve Intel) moved with so hi noli cfiorjj;)', to orgnnio incnsiires for niiexteiisiep Introduction of OlirnCSp labor iiion the jiltint fit ions, lmve in their mind's eye, ns most, likely tliey liavr, nn old-fnsliiotied Coolio trnde, in which Iho iin,,iss niiinnnien nre lo ho practically " . , f loiiunnip. . t ecures m nuvnnco wnni might lmve Kpecdily oecorto a very tigly question, nnrl nips' in . tfie bud a labor BV8tem out 0f wliieh ttie worst': evils of j ,,. Bl.ivory would bo wire to crop anew. , ! I I I , , . , , , , Ji dob Ciiask 1 freelv cbnrsrod with . ... iji:.i -.,,1 !.;.,.. "K i'iuH'iiL iuoiLivn. nun niitiptiiu; t - ? I .! . iii9 judicial aciior.s ho as io . am . nun in his ambitious desires to reach the . Presi dency, . That official van hardly bo just, trust -worthy or reliable, who lets selfish aims nnd . nmliitiouB . views shape and tingo his official nclioti, regardless of rigrht and justice in the premises. Yeraer, of Mississippi was nrraignud before a military court on a change ot niiiniqr. The friends of the accused. knowlnff the snpplenesa and susceptibility of the Chief j u8i ice WllOII OpproncllCH UV SVlOtie 111- fluenccs eucourarinii to I'renidcutial as- pirations, petitioned him to grant a wiit of habea cotpvi, in order to take Yerger out of the hands of tho military court, and thus secure hit release.; , The Chief Justico graciously . entertained, the pro- position, but adioitly postponed. tiro de cision of the raise, thus giving great sat iafiMitiou to tho friends nf ,Tferger, ,wio now reckon on, his .cntirp .encatie, .,,;A LWashington, sjieciui of July-JOth says: X Ifo. fiends of. tablet, Justice jChiise.. nre busy .viicul.')ling;.a rejior't that I lie post por.emeiit,of tho decision ,on the. pplioa tion of Verger for a w rit of .habeas ieor: pus was effected at .the instatieo ol.tlie i'lesident . and., his. Cabinet,) TThc, .tale bears its own cont radiation, for it is evi dent lhat tiio Ckiluiiet consul'.atitfiip have iiuthiug .tvh nt ever tada with the delib- erntious of the jiulieml 'officers of the M,,,,, . It i serted that YergerVfWwids axa j)0t fiu. .i...:- ni)l,i(.atiim until tliev ln,i previously obtained a virtual prouiiise l0ni J lulge Cluifio for Its favorable con sideration. . Chnse's radical friends (very Jew of that . kind reinain) advised linn that tho promised decision, if rendered at tliis time, would injure his jioliticnl Btatus in tho .North, hence tho postpone' tneiitj find, pending further develop' incuts; tho judicial eutididatc for the next I'lesidcncy flatters himself that while he has trained favor with . his southern friends, lie has not, list; ground with the p. ,:. .:.:.. ,.. ? i . lew lllll l IICI II i iiiiicuib w nu ucuutu in nun wlio. do not believe iu the uncot'slitu- liounlily of the military, power now try ing i erger or hm lite.. . When tho. case .'..., i...c. i. ii i.....i. ,i. viuii.n hi mi'im, IHU., Hill . ui-iiiii iiii.- c, . -II 1 1 I . t Ifill &Upiemv COUlt, lltt .Will bp.uble to fulfill ! promise to release ;Yerger, without as- Sinning tbe sole responsibility o( the not I j -r m- ti . . r. true Jay Gould and Ins trio associates buvu carried their point iwninst t human nsjei B of lint Toledo4 Wabash nnd West- UH:lwny,;nban.IonIng.their..1,roeeed InK" ngi"t llio latter conmany on eon union ui uuing nuuiiiien 11110 us lUircu- torv. i As thoCineiunuti Oozird vemni ks. t,m 0oki like a.bOgiiiing of a railroad ,,. ,- magnitude as iviiruiiMUiiii'ii , v fin UI 4II: lilt 1" ",.HlU'1 l mphM it, or cou.-se, implies the , building of a connection -t thQ Mhmt(S ,, ,..., r.,vn . ;. ,i, m. . v..".1' . I"""" ""'.'" " ledonixl Wabtish, probably at Toh do. Tlis would. ive thu Krio Koa,i a ,, b wny of Lafayette, Imliana, to (iuincy, Illi0ii, on the. Mississippi, nnd another . . . -w 1 1 Dy way j iogaiispoi t to Jtnrlingtoii, .in tho JlissiHsiipi.-. At these jioinls it will come in competition for tho trnde of tho roads further to tho West. Hv this the Krio Uoud will seouro, not exnctlr route to Chicago, but a routo to points whero it will intercept the trade of a large region which has been tributary to Chicago, and will offer it a shorter route to tho East j ,o Advknti'rks of a Mux 8to'k. A fearful accident occurred at Louisville on the 20th. A man win hauling' two im mense mill stones, ono Which weisrhed 2850 pounds. Whllo; passing Blonti tho side of a high hill, tho heaviest otouc rolled iram tho wrgon and icrj down " TO v. ...... c., . l. . .'V. T 111 III, I .... . ... course. T ie louso of a farmer named Darnell, wns situated at tho foot of 'tho I hill. Iho millstono went crushing through .no ienccanu into tne vara ot tne tar- mere noure, where were a number of bee hivea. In the yard were plnvlng a bevv of children. Iho bee hives were upset, and the bees iu their- contusion liu-Med upon the children, stinging ' evcry'ono of them tn a friglitlul mamier. ' 'llie pro I uiviB vi mm uirai mwiio wus noi I lipene f t1)0 lc8t x mUMon wi(h .,eCWef gress oi tne great stone was not nnpedeijl es, Bd went bonnding into a stock past nr beyond the house; It' dashed thronsrh tno e,d 'oalvea and horses killing two " 'V .' " T , k l "i.uern: no irtstaiulyi' -The children nt tho ard had been eomplutdy covercfl xtuh 7tht Wes, nnA' each ' one was slnng by ifiem until their 'persons: were1 ooverV-d tyKh whit swellings. j)ne of jhijin 'dieaa short time atler the terrible occurrence and two others "nro " entirely spct'dliless ... i.i:...i fi.i,.. i n.r , i UMM uiiiim. x ivf J'' "ai'j'yi rvpoyr, of - ho t mortally wounding the Bheriu and two ,nu i ... . - . . ' . . i i. . 'Anti-RKITt Waii. Deputy Sheriff fShWl'of ltensselaor rouuty, liow;York.'wltH a tjossii of ... ... I - . . - ' iweniy men.'weni io ino resilience or ft ntrtficr aaroOiV DennUon.in Bast Oreeabnsh, ot the I -,0lD - l9Ty on his goods for non-psymeht of j rent. Tbuy found gathered about tho premUea alMiut thirty men.. Tho Hherlff proceeded' I the discharge of his duty, but was tUstructed hv IliA flU'linr II f tin. iiimnrlt.- 11a lli.n ... I j.., ... . ... ...... " V 1 temoied to iska l)imni.A. iim n,.!. imi 1 thu crowd flid noon the iuuuh. ami it u assist- day , . , V,k.N., July ICrcat excitement wa created last week in Cracow bv the liberation of a nun w ho had been coufiu .1 . I ed tn a convent there for 1 over twentr y(,arf ' A popular demonstration' which I k1 11 ftI aistui tances. i tie military were caJ ?d out to restoro order ami many arrests were made. Brigham Young. RECENT UTTERANCES TO HIS PEOPLE. Tlio l)eseret Actr eonfains full reports of recent disconrses by Ibighnm Y'oung, to his flock, quite after his usunl style. TheMoi tnoil loader apparently recognizes the danger to which his church and com munity nre to bo exposed by the. opening 'of the Pacifi6 rlailnnd, and his discourses are largely devoted to urging Mormons to trnde w ith those of their own faith only, to found Co-operative stosies, to es' tablish manufactures, in sliort to depend upon themselves for everything, and to have as JUtle outsidu intercourse as possi ble.'. I v ..;'i j ..; (. , . ; ' ' The following disquisition of Brigham Young, to the sisters,, is rather interest-' Ing.: .: .. ,.- J ' :i ; ; -n.,r , ; ' 'id' 1 1 ii have thought a great many times I should like to ask the sisters a question upon another aabject entirely that sub ject they are always thinking:: about, namely,, plurality,! of wives. I have thought a thousand times I would ask the femalo portion of our community whether, if it were left to their option, they would retain the practice of this principle in our midst or whether, they would ihavo it obliterated. I want to tell them a little, about it, namely it is a principle that always has existed bikI that always will. Ilave we any reason to assitru lor this ? ' There are many that might be given, ., If from the dav if Adam until novf every mart that has lived on the enrth hud been a I righteous : man lie would have Ituh lied, the .first com mandment, ntid got him a wife and have one bis part toward. jr eplenisliing the artb. and iiilNluing and niakina it tike thn garden of Eden, and ie would have planted the standard lof righteousness in his habitation, u it this Had been tne case, the millions and millions that have been iiled in. battle emi id have tskenlhe.r fair daughters of Eve. : to ;M ifC .j Hot .men avo not been nhtcons, they hayei. been jnst 'ao'(Mit as they are now. Thryi are the kira ot the earth, jue.y wui eto crrl and:gratifj the, lusts iof .ibo.fleelij and tlrey will not lerve od, .ut .frM Tideil it and -oeeH mtierwts we. wviil) not have Imd tW vars ibril ; hnre ltj and all tlic :tino younus imeu thatrsMikt died t lough' thein might have ; lia d ;fun lies, i and- therel iwotdd i.-oot!liiive ;teen mtieli .reason fopany. man ,tO' liaVO; bail molo than one wife,'-Anotbrr.nrgtnntfrit used by men and women agablslpTuraliDy of wives is that there nre about hs many men ns there nre womefit 'Jsupiiose ;thnt o bo so. Acknowlcdiro that proposi tion to bo true and fay ' that there nre no more women than men, and that ev ery man should have a wile; , What of if? Jlen will not be righteous, nnd wo men arc loft to ' desolation und destruc tion. Head the statistics of such matters in our Kastern cities. In New York, for iiRtance, from eleven to fourteen, thou sand young women from sixteen to nine teen years of ugo perish annually in the gutters, on tlio sidewalks, on doorsteps or in hovels around. This is no 'Worse than it is in other places where prostitu tion prevnilesii Many would like to prosti tute the' women ot Utah, but lprny they may never be able to do it. i tio tar ns the mero nnriibcr of wives is (oiicerucd, I do not enro whether I have one, a dozen or forty. "'A great many! ask me . how many wives 1 have; but to ted the hon est' truth I never thought eiioigb about it to stop and think. Hut 1 rill get up the facts in tlio case and tell everybody, so that they may stop asking t .beso ques tions.1' I suppose I have a do-en or tif teen that I am taking onre ot ; perhaps a few more, I do not know, and I cure nothing about iu I try to do good, and try to save the people ; nnd 1 my, do not let a' lady come to destruction. It is grievous tome to think ilia, right in this city, there should bo any necessity for ladies to marry wicked men, rvlnoli they would not do if the "Morn on" elders wc-pdd do their duties. It loks ns if our young men aro indolent nnd tiothfnl, nnd do not understand the-- princples ot hie As an exenso, However, the; will say, My den i' friend nnd ' brothtr JSrighntu, I can not get1 married, -why, if I ir-'t me a Wife, she 1 wants a carriage to ride in, a hired girl to wait npon her, tud piano in tho parlor' to thump npon when she plcnHco, and 1 enu not sustair it." I am sorry lit say ' there is too n oh truth in this. JNow,- young womon, ttil tno young met) you will work and heljltlieni to live, tell thein so that they may narry you. 1 hero are a trreat many singoinen in our midst who ought to nave .vives, and a great many yonng women who ought to to ImVo husbands. There is n radical wrong somewhere. " Jiow. iisters, what shall we do ? Khali wo takt more wives than ono, or shall we not. ' H we do not, it will not help the case witk those who do not take any, they will tot got any because we have only one, aid We should seo hundreds nnd thousands ot our fe males with tto heme, nobody to protect them, nobody that they can mil husband, arid they would wander of. Shall we do this or hot. ' If tho men vill bo right eous, all will be right. l A PROPOSITION. Tliey have said a great ded in Waah- iugtou with regard to our invnnr more wive than one. I have sad io public. aim have writton, that if trey will each one get a wife,, and be true to her' und strictly virtuous, and then vill causa the nation 'td tako the samo ooirse, we will submit to their wishes, nndhave but one wife. " Hre is a bargain, if 6t will have nA more-than one womnn.wo will not. Hill thething ia here, -they fvarit womcMi, bat.no wives. we take rrany wotnon. bbtj wake 'wives' -and motiora of thein nnd they ar not east ofl; aid their cbil dren bav -tn i prunee nt boannir tbe names '-of the' bathers nstad f being 1 east off. i Ail saw aniulvniaemont qot Ion since b! young rnian.hailinr ifrorn the West.'wbo ebiiined tone' soir of certain gentleman' in Conrrosa, but the gentleman advertisoa that bad aoaon of that.nnme:iii th' west. No; he cast kirn off wjoeteeV and refuse to own bint. I say Ood ' will damn' the man and the nation that will act so ; Gol will dnian the nation in'which, women with no arm to shield ami to protect then, ar seduc ed and left to mourn over heir lost, full- en oud degraded condition;'; . .7 vi 1 " .' . .,i Tat steam beaters, says tiitlleraUh are be ing disenrded In tlu Court-hose at Cleveland and grates aro taking their pla t , It ia found that Hie former afford no vontladon, while die latter create a draft which jroath lniprevos the sir In tils' rooms. - i " , i. i m-. . ! Wabohn AVAnKKR, arrestedsouie ays since tn Cletfelund for keeping" Imteol gsmbitng houso, piuV sentenced to six imllia in Jail, Is now serving out that tlmo tn tie society of tho common sinner ot thut estuuislunent. 'M vrnr.t Namrs. Thero Is'somcthlng ejulte flitnri'ri a great many things dnro by women rights women for Instance, In Mlts f nthony's desliYlhnt women should give asVhelr names tlicir maiden names, and not fliftso'of llietr husbands. Hut to call themselves by their maiden naflies w hat Is that? Evidently, to take thoso of their fathers, and they, horrid wretches, wcro men. 'Well, then, why not take their itolhcrs' names? Alost their mothers L I. " ' -'.. I . ... . oero i(ose ot fArtr-Tatners, ana so fliiss An thonywoiild lmve fo go r.lgzag through all past ages. frorii "molber lo" grandfather," Tft hti endless search for indapendenue, and when sho had got brick In tho night of ages, and had found who was tho prlmni cause of her exist ence, she would find that Adatri was In reality tho father as well as. tho. mother of Eve, for sho "was tuken out pf h!iu." .. Why w ill peoplo "tack" absurdities to great principles?. Hon. JohX B.FftENCtr, says tho Painesvllle TeUgraph, was In town last week, on a brief visit to bis mother and. sister. .-His health seems to be wholly restored. TVe tertalnly nevet' snw him looking better.' He'jleft last Saturday for Cinclunatl and, California'.. , New Advertisements. ,li ; .'1 l."',4 J. A, 8HOEOR AFT, XlAVIXO Pmthaoed the Livery Sta- hli- ort.'W, Hmlth. hs's nrtdril to tMe slrnady line atock of llrmiiiit Ctitlsarps; la nrpiirl to meet the wants of Ihu riding public with a nltaiit tiiniouta aa aro to nu mmiihi in auv nni cmas aiainu, wnuu uis prices will be a, lowJ least, a any competitor. r lie alao, mna'lhe Flak itouac Omnibus to the Station, ami will renpord to all brdKra left at th oatco1 of th r ibk Home or tha stsbra jioelto .i jii'iii n Ji ailORCRAFT. Aahtabula. Jntf Kwsr. ,P "IU", -l "l w i. ii-." "i: I c. i.-' 'r nu ii ir.i ' t llf! )-- "-'III.,! ) I $15 .'f-'.-ftet theBifist. 815; .. MIIMH.J1V. mui-uii.t.iilii n.niiiirpnvri TUB 01111111111? rj&fjjpp GOLD ' "WAT0H2S, MPrioVSl) ANT TANt'PA(5TljIED by na are all tho bent make, llwitlnn cat. finclv chaved and beatitiriilly ciinnu'llud, J'utfnl and JMnchtd hettrr, fultJe.Kded, imi every iratch Wflectly M'trulaiedinid ad- jllHirn, aim VIUAHANTKBD BY TI1K I OMPANY, IO ktvp CUT' rea i$ine, anrj u mr ann not larnitn, nut retain an ap-pi-sraiHiotinsi te'rolld aldaa I111191W arorn.' . , ' .TIk-hb celebriiled wntolies we aro ikiw arnitinK out by exprfus, C. O. 1).' amwtiera williln tlio Uiiitwl HMu ami (.uumiiia ai uie reyuitr Wuoiuiiaio prleu. .payable on dellVurr. No ftfoNST M nKolllREl) AuTAttcs a ws prelet lhat all should receive and sue thu goods before payiuu (of them. ' . . . . i . . A SISHtW WATCH TO ANY AnilRKSH, $16. A CLUB OF MX. -WITH AS EXTRA WATCH TO TIIKAUKNT SKNOIXdTIIKC'LIB, .(uu. WAKING Alb S anperh lot of Wost aleimiit OVHd Chalna. iiiu.iuietH nun unisi eoHiiy Hiynm auu yitimiti, lor la dlea and tientlemen'n wear from 1A tn in tiielma In lonth. at prlciw of ti, f4, 6. and Sh aeh ; at wlieu srUerod vrlih watch at (lie reuular wholesale prieea. Deitbibs Tne wAtrn Hkonneo, whtther Ladlt or GentUmaif nil, iifid udilrenrt tout orrivra and ktuw to tUe . OllVlllli WATCH ., lUtr . 118 Fulton Street, N. Y. J ii.. ..: . ) . . . .:.',:;. , , HE Stale of Oldo, Ashtabula t'ounty, ss.' LoviM A. ntvM, Pralntiir, 1 Court of Ommmou Pleaa', ' .. aKHinat , t-einion luf t. Miner B. Davln, Dcforidolit, j ' Dkurcu. ' Miner B. Davla. who ronldea In the Htnto of New Ydrk It notttted thut Lovim A. Durlaflid oil the 'iHlli dav J::)y, A. 1). lHffil. file her pell. Ion Iu thu nlllio ot the cloi k of tlio (Siurt of Common Pleas wlihln and for the Couutv of Aelitauula. nml ljite of Ohio, char'lnt; the Fani .inner ji. unvia with ailllliery, wun one mrrie Weed, and alo with wllllil aluienre and rona neirleet of duty, for more than threo yearn last pant, and, taking Hint rht inay he'riWinred frcini the mill Miner H. lluvla, wkirb uvtiiion will ttnnd for hear tie at the flout term of said Court., LOVINA A. DAVIS, . 1 by J. R, Cook, her Attotnev. Dated this Srtth day of July,, A, 1), Will. . utiuiS Tt TIR 8ta(o of Ohio, Ash'tabuia County, sa. tbvlas'A. bavla; t'lnlntltr, 1 ' "' Court of ' ' hgalnat1 : y i Common I'Uiae. Miner B. Imvif, Dyfendeut, ) . , ToMlner B.Tlavta, yuu sre hereby notified that the a Lnvtaa A. llavte plalutltt' will proceod totnke the deiii tiona of wltueaaea Iu this artiou at tlie cOlce of John Haker. In tho towrtnhlp, of Panains, Chaittauniia t'onn ty, and Statu of Now York, on Uiu 4th tiny of Septem ber, A. 11. IrVI, between Iho liuiira of nl no A.M. und ntno P.' M. with authority to adjonrit from flay to till alt auoh dvpttlDne ahull bsvo Iwuu taken, . LoVtSA A. DAMS, . ny .1. it. cook, her Attorney. -Dated at Aehtabulu 2th of July, A. l).;lmi'.l. 81102) HT: 'MlSS.SOrOT POAVDKR netttnllv cores Cjisoor ami NeroTuluua tllecmea of tho Hkln. Hcnort tu L. I. Metllcitl Sui'lvly. nud eluleineiits of Phy sician In circular, sent froti oh applltntfon to BuillKhl t:UAB. At.UlIIIOiy, O'ineriil Agent, P. O. Bo llifii).., , 181 puarl St., Now York. UK State ot Ohio, Ashtitbnla county, aa. II, B. Van Norman, against Fernando Smith, fendent. before I O, Klsher .lustlee of the Peace of Ash Wlnila Tuwnaliln, Athiabula County, O. On the 19th day of July, A. D. lwiii, said Jtutice lasued sn order attachment In the above, action for the sum of eixty sereu SU-1UU. . Hearing tb lie had Iu th case August A. P. 1WHI at i o'clock A. M. E, II. KITCrl, Att'y fbrPl'n.' ; Jalyta,18(.. - , , SwlKiM Ordiiianeo to prevent the running larrv of dogatami Injuries andannoynncea tharcfroni. dko. 1, Be ItonlultHd by IbeCouucll of the Incorpo rated Village of Ashtabula, that it shall be unlawful 1 the owner, or owners, harborvr or keener of anr doir diiga to permit tbe same to run at large, otf the premises in tne owner unless sain aog or aoga-suau lie aeenrvly pilv-mwr. i i I- . Knelt.' It shall be lawful for any person to kill a', dog or (low round nniniug at Isrga, as afureauld, ualess aanl dm.' i inn at timtiniu ne securely muiuuctt, . hc. III. Any persoiK the owner, hurborer, or keep. er of any dog or emu wlio sliall pi'rmlt.' ander or allow tbe same to run at lartrc. contrary to the nrovlsloua hla o.dlnano, .lisll IbrP ft and pay for eaoh and every day tltat be or thevelMJl ao permit lb earn, ui run Urue a flue of not more than tea dollara, aud-aliall pay the cost of peosMintlin. i .... .1 i bast. IV. Whviievor Ike word dog or dog Ik nacd this ordinance ir shall bo construed to mean any animal of the dog kind. . . . ' - i. Hue. V.. All prosecutions andor this, ordinance shall be by action rini'lit before rb" Mayor In Hie name lor Ihe use of tho luenrporaton IIIslH of Ashuliula summon ahall be served upon thu defundmt as In civil a.,M tunr. Jnstkws fif the IVane.. . ne j-eaor.. . ... nr ham nl Hsoj I. . AU onllnaTloea or rt or ordinance now 1n force and heretofore pnawd prohibiting or rearrala- tug tloir riiunlag at hirg are brwiby ti g tlotrl runnhig at hirg are brwiby Tepualed. . Hko, VII. .This ordinance shall tnko eitcct op and Its pt. ,Paed July l'Jih. ions. ' " ' :, . . u I, .' L L-V- VJ ter I j j I , ' - j.- ;K. II. ilLK((Y, Mayor, ' Afteat THKO. flALL; Clerk. w SwlOtt ral',14 il:i ill J'-rj- !. t : . h 1 titVlltOsVllaaac .prohibit, ;dUordrl on- Aluef and la prorc for tne piiutsiiniciii oi i H'raone dii turning- mr icy " " . y. ' , . t H. rSyrd allied Iw lira i'nuuctL o .agee" f'th Jaonr- Pvratrd Vllag of Ashtabula, lhat It sin Kir aHrwi o enrn s to disturb th huii "be uulawuil gonstordur and ncle.M jsaiu,11. T" ,;w,lH a'1'' ui,.,i.-iivii, ilrunkeiineM. Shllnif, rlolliii;, using obscene or prnntuo taaiKaaK tn tne treaar other pubac plasrs, tthit ufiysutte pf tlsrclllscBa. or otherw ise to violate the nab nr pacey Indecent and dsiorderly condart.ur by. lewd rsiut kisrtvriiaa benaviur,, . ,. , 'found tutttV VmlarlirgthpnitlslMf tills ardlasani ahall lorft wC. JI. i I hat any person or persona aiait mi tlollari rf utta.auT sot lcwi ilwiuiuio .iir mora ittuiu ni'V ra. or ne lioyrlsoueo niu more umu minv u.tb, balk at th rttairailou A? ta Mavoa, d shall pay .in mu of uniseciHloa. And tbe Mavor. may, also onlor Oiat an? person found guilty aa atoroMld, etiall simhI caiumitli to Ihe .tl of. lb chuiIt iy Uui Jlllago lock up, it ii I tl said Sue and costa are p ild, or be be discharg ed ny due oiinssa of taw, i . . . ' . ! " ' ' ' Sao, 111.. That all proeoculloue tt any violation this onllnance shall ho by written cmnplalnt flled with the Mavor of aarid Vlltoagd. whloli aald fouuilalnt shall HC1 ify hrleBv In ordinary aim concise of the chante.a And no pewin or iK-rsoii ahall I uro held In orrtody 'ft a Jrit, ior.i-..K. lluurs, unless wild romplalnt shall be BbJ- . IV. This ordluaneo '' lake icl os aodaf Uirl,. pasaaue. .1'., JH'HAmLkBrY. MH.vor. i i"Att ) mi i HAlJUiClerki . -j .1 i. r SwWtt v. r.t i fr..l 't'jro.TJ'cii. , i ..,.(,.., : Vr M ,t :., ; StrAYKD from the Inelosnre, a lnrse $r r,. I Mare with one white Ami, one blind ejre. ana deaf. Any onKlvu(luftiruitina v( tho same ahall he reivanlrtf? tl CIl'8 0. SMITH. Urlgga Coruori, June 10, lsdii. 1U17 ! , of ltd 11. day Suo ' do of SO, at y of at also In and and sf- i I Of It '" of he , ' duly Air'- 1 N Ordlmiupf to authorise, estnlillsh and m fn "Ttie Alert lloolc ami leader Colnpany No. 1." lie It enaJ.ed tif tin, t'tinntill nf llin lllroi-liiiratpd Vll. lag" of Antiinliiils, . That t hi purlin n-hn liav berrt enrollorl aa meinhera of Alert lliu.k and Ijnisvr fonipany No. 1, and aiieb peri-ona an vliall tien'iiHer jr.ln aueli company, not ra eei dlnjr In niiiuher (14) fourteen, and ahall aln ttie fol loivlnu Arili'ien. im, and ttie SNine are b.reby ciuiMtltu ted ami eiiililllitKl--mt annexed lo Ihe Kirn Diimrt nient of paid liicorporaled Village, to be known aa 'Alert Hunk and ladder Company No. 1," of thelneni inrateil Vlllnire ol Arhlahula, and wild company ahall ava the aare and oonlrol ot Ilia Carrlnuea. I.addera and appnrteiiaurea now belonging to anld Vlllnue and anch aa ahall hrrianerhepiir( lini.,l by anld Vlllairo, unhliH-t howerer to moli regulation! aa,may be preacrlbed by the Vlllaife Ciutirtl, . Aht. 1, The oulrora of the company ahall bo ono Foreman, one AaMatant Foreman, one Secretary and one 1 reaaurnr, who etiall bo elected annually by the memliera of aald (.otnuiiiy by ballot, on ttie flrat Mon day of April, of each year. A majority of all Ihe mem. her pnwont hefiitf neceemry Ibf clioloe, and the pus. eona ao elected shall Hold their offleoor one yeat, nd until their auereniiora an elected and quadAeil, provi ded, however, that the officers now elected, shall hold thrlr respective nnVes antll the neit mitmal Slection, l Akt. II. It ahall he the duty of the Foreman to aoe thnt the Carrlagca and lddera, and en'rvthlnir spper- oiininp tniTeio, ne Kin in gooo orner ami reimvr, ana thnt each man under htm tloee Ills duty, and If any mem he' ahall neglect or refune to cbey all onlera from the fnreumn, or In bla almenee tlio order, of tho hipheat to raak, In coiumaud at the aumpany ba ahall be tinea llf- ly cenia. Art. Tit. The foreman, ami In ease of bta SOfctire, the Bret A.l.tant Foreman ahall have the power to cali extra mecllntra of the comiany, and it ehnll be hla duty to to do, on the written request of four (4 uctuber of iiie comimny. Aht. IV. ' Thp Hoc ro tnry tvhnll record tho dolnift of tho company at their aovorol meetini'-i, call the roll, no ting all ahaent members, and ahall collect ail flues sa-tcni-ed nnd pny the Mima U) Ui treaanrer. Art. V. The t nnnnrer ahafl reielto from th 8vcre tnry all moneye collected hi him. and hold the same nib- Jert to order, and at ench ananul meeting ahall exhibit a pimriiinri 1,1 iiie meat isiHimcu ana approveo auy ine board of ofticera. Art. I. Tho otneers of the romnanr ahall conrl I- tute a hoard of dlrex;tor, wlione duty It ahall be to give tiicir opinion on an qucMiona aafiTnitrefi to them ot itic Commanding Offlcer ; which opinion ahall ho bind ing on tbe company ; to audit all aucounts acafnet the company, and to hear and to doelrte all escnaea offered by the delinquent memheTB ; and ahiirtaemlHirrmiirryon tho third Monday of April and October of each year, make out and report In writing to the chief ensineer of the Sre department of aaid Vlflnge, a Uat of all officers and mcmbura of thu company, und nn accurate mate. ment or tno contniiim or the carrriagea. Lanucrs ana all other property belonging to tbe Village In care of the comiwinv. Akt. VII. Ko pcr.nn ahnn be admitted a mrmeT of the comnanv eaeent hv m thropnarlbe vote. Slid sfrr of the members may be expcUed riy a two-thirria role of the members prnt, at aay regular meeting ef the Art. VIH. The ComnsoT shall meet for excrcleo, once at. leant In each of the montha of Anrll. May. June July. Animat, September nnd October, of each )eav. at !iieh timoa mm the Ouftaainr oaf by tuatr. dv Jaws pre- fonee. r ... . , . art. l.x. u any member aholl be sraent froa any Are. or at any annual, or any regular, or extra meeting of the company, without an exenau eatlnractorr to the Hoard of IMHcun. h ahall lot each atad m-erv time he la rvnupmi ne ii.ru in any ewni noi leaa ,nan rweniy-ave cents nr more than one dollar, aa the company aballhy tholr by-lawrf provide. . -Art.JC. All' "Art.'JC. -.All Snnsawenaod by the- Bonnf offllflccra ahall bo certified by the Fin-cmnn, or In hla sbeence tbe Ktifllcer njxfin rank, who la preaent; and ahatbhe atteat- ho ny tne necromry. ana rvcomea-oy nun in s door pro- ruira lor Tiiei nnrnoae. : Art. XI. Alt flnee nndrtthe prr-rrdlnj arttcta alrall ne recfiveren i: I try nn action m debt la the name of the lucnrnorated I Village of Aaktabnla. for the nee of the pt'ompanv, and brought before tbe Mayor, and the certt- rrcaicoT tne f oreman to any nnea arwtioe neiu ana ta ken as prims facia evidence of the enrrcctnm of aach ftnea. - -Ajit. XII. -.'ttie members of the 'Company atall hare power to enact nymwe lor tne rcgntation amr govern ineat of snld company,. not laconaiatcnt with the prarf aton f this ordinance, Psaecd Jslv prh, lHttS. - - : B. H. WlLKBY, Msvor. , Attest THKO. HALL, Clerk. r SwlO-Jl CHAS. E. SWIFT'S DRUG STORE, NEXT TO HUBBARD'S HARDWARE. . IS TUB PLACE TO BUY YOUK Drugs, Talent Medicines, Pirfumery. Palnta, Vamlnhca, i.iineeu en, iryee, i onei noapa. e lavortng Kxtracte, Oroceiiea, Corn Htarch. Molaaaea, Hynip, rjiunin", Coireea, Ten. Table Salt, 8plcc, Mutitnrd, llnlsina, Cnrranta, Citron, Crackers. Gelatin, Sago, Tapioca, Hire, Boila, BaleiatuK, -' Sic. Cologfies, Bay Rum, Tfatf Rcsforattvea, Ilnfr Drcaafiitrf, vomni. cnnving ponpa, nanuKereiner r.xtracta, llnitiew. ' Hulr Pine, Ilsir Dyes, '' '' Pomadoa, c, Ac. Chnntenl ftonns, Crmmtrated I.ve, Potsak, Htnve Polteh. Bin-king. - Cartimt Oil, Catidloa, Matches. Hlnelntr. Htarch, Mpi'hc'a. Bird Seed, flennrlng Brick, , Cluthea. 1'ina, ' Krult Jura, Bottle Wax, , , 4c. Ac , Ac. Ayer's - Cathartic Pills. the purposes) of a Iiaxativa Per trap no ono medl eine ia ao universally re quired by everybody aa a cathartrc, nor war ever any before ao nuhrersal ly adopted into use, in every country ami ainong all elaaBes, as this mild but efficient purgative JHiil. The obvious rea son la, that it ia a more r liable and far more effec tual remedy than any other. Those who have tried it, know that it eared them ; those who have not, know that It cure their neighbors and friends, ami all know thnt what it does once it does always thut it never fails through any fault or neglect of its composition. We have tliousund upon thou sands of certiilcatoe of their remarkable euro of th following complaints, bnt ench cures are known in every neighborhood, and we need not publish them. Adapted to all age and conditions in all climates ; containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and makes them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable no harm can arise from their use In any quautity. They operate by their powerful influence on the Internal viscera lo purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organ of the body, restoring their irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, auca derange, menu a are the Bret origin of disease. - Minute direction are given In the wrapper oa the box, for tbe following oomplalnta, which these filli rnpldly cure t - For Hyapopala er iHsIlR-mtlena, Xitetlesas. ma, aUaBirBr and Lsm mf Appetite, they hould be taken moderately to Uinulate tb stom ach and restore it healthy tone and action. For tLtvetr Casaaplialat and ita varioua symp toms, Jilllaau tSeuaatatcaie. Sticks iltMsrfucsu,, JTuueidlce or jlroiai Mtckaicaa, Miliosia Colle and Bllloaa Jt'evera, thoy should be ju diciously taken for each ease, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause IL For Dyaemiery or lt atrrlacMs, but one mild dose Is a-onerallv required, . For aakaiasKtisna, tJonf, 49 rat vol, Pmlat. tatloa f ska Meiait, fa, I a ia ta s)ll. Bwca sou aanas, uwy anouHi ne eonunnouai taken, as reqiilrotl, to change the diseased aotloa ol Mack ana ajatas, tney should be eonunnonalr or tho system. WiUt such change tbose oomplalnta dl sen near. For IirasMv sod Drapalcal slwalltaira tney should be taken In large and frequent doee to pro duce th effect of draaUe purge. For Sspprmslea a large dose should tie taken as it produce the desired effect by sympathy. A a iinr JH4I, take one er two Mill to pro mete digestion and relieve the etomaeh. . An occasional dose stimulate the a torn sen ana bowels into healthy action, restore the appetite, and inviarorate the system. Heno it la often ad vantageous where no serious derangement exiata. One who feel tolerably welL often finds thatadoae of these tHIlm make him feel deekiedly better, from their clean ting and renovating effect oa too diges tive apparatua. ' , a DB. J, C. ATXM CO., Trutttfl ChtmtUU, "' J.OWMLL. MJA3., XT. . Jt. ;.: ' IIKNTiRY A KINO, Ajrouu. Ashtabula, O.' Iyl015 i . I' .nit 1 if I ,C' 'tJMTCLASS CAJllilA GES, C" OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ; . Noa. 80S, B0T V SOS STATE ITBKET, 1014 I'AlNESVILLtC, O,' " Paint for Farmer. . rrilK SITUSCUIUEU HAS ON HAND I and r sale a oonnla of liarrels of th Granon Mineral Paint, whkh Is admlltwl to be the cheapest and most ilumlile Palut In lire. Two rust, well put nilxitlwlth pure l.lusecd Oil, will last from 10 to year... Price SS per barret. ' Ashtabula. Feb. IS. lHtilt. JAiiKS ItKCD. for aa Madiolne. IS unailino'eye PBESEBVEBS I i , "V OL CKMcnnATKft nUllUiCTEl BPUCTACLliS .o, I V AND EVE GLASSES Auk crninincc steadily nnd ' ecrtainlr a repfttsllon nnaiirrmmnt. The readily saerrtalnetl aspe rlorlty they pwaut ayei lbs ordinary Spectacle Stake them rery fKrpfilir. ' ' ' 1 ''' " ; . . 1 . -., TluH they render Itntmlred algM clear mi dlitlnct I atrengthen and prnervt the eyes l are very ra.y aad leewauK to wear, 4 , , . ' Laaf matt year Wftkotrt rttadce being neceaasry, so that In the end they are the ' 1 Cheapo-Hi', an W-rtI tlie Heat. - NOTIck' 'that ' ' ( X '''' ' 1 v M, GEO. V. DICKINSON, . Wit TCttitA h'KB JXWXiSK, ... la onr Bole Agent la ( ADHTABVIil, OHIO,. , And that ewijifcy no Putin. LAZASU3 k Moejiis, Sfttnufuctufing Opticianittt, (S "' HAKTTTJRC. CONW. New Goods! , . Kew Prices! SPRING 1869 1 ... i t i-, , . . , . IIaskeix ti Brothek IIAVB KT HKTUJfJrED tVoU IftW JV&M,, S il ' I i . 1 ir. 100 Pieces Prints at It s M Price IS. an Piece Prints at tie old price 1JX- ' Ii Pieces rfw liooda from Uc to ewe, 1 yd wide Bleached Cotton at IKe. CARPETS, CARPETS, . CARPETS, ; CARPETS, . BRUSSELS. TAPESTRT, " " . . PLT, ...... . , t n.T, '111- i . i; i ; . i IN'ORAtX . I ,.- i . t , BTAIU CARPKTIXO. : IOtC DBL'OOKTT. . a-4 COCO MATTING, HAiSSOCKr?, ADELAIDES, . OIL CLOTHS, 8-1 4-4 ate. Ac. Ac. GREEN Bfj'FF HOLLARS a.lEM FOK WINDOW SH1DBR,' Ve .1 EVERYTtfWtt THAT A PKIISOU Tf AKTS IS THB iiocse ruiuiisuixn like. Remember the place next door south P. O. Comer Spring & Main Sts, HASKELL & mO. Back in old Quarters ! J. P. llOBEHTSON & SON, Wc OULD say to their fYiends and customers that they have repaired and refitted, and again occupy their old store, where they are prepared lo furnish al most auylhlng called far in tb line of Soots dSs Slioes, and at as Low Prieea for CASH, as can be found In this sectiou. . , ., . ., : . , , ,t Onr stock of Ladles, Mlssos and Chndrea'f Shoes I arge, consisting of .; .' - ; : BUTTONED, PLAIN sad PKBBLB OO AT BOOTEES,- 8ERGK BALL'S and OAITKEB, CALF and -.-.'..-.:' ,' .'. .t i ' . r' f t GRAIN BOOTEES, Ac., . BLOCTJEHS OK NTS CALF BOOT .' ' i . ' i ' ' ., ' ' Cttroen made aud WarranUd. The Klmlm, S. T. KIP BOOTS, NO BETTER MADE. Shoe of all srsdee fbr Men and Bora So turner all of which we pledge ourselves to Mil at the lowaat possible price. . , .. ., .In I ,. , . r r j . ... p ', Thankiul an former fkvors, w solicit a caetlaaaaca of patron agv. -' J. f . BOBEBTBOIf SOU, ' ' Ashtabula. Julys. 18S. ' " " tnor ' .. v j - . i ! i .- ";. ! -I; s,,.j , , - ht t PEREW'S HAMBItETONIAk. .'..ii. ii 1 1 .r ,i. i ,, ., ; ij M , .t .ii'si Perew's vwa$i&$ BstaOFt- jayayM fk aaM if " ' - ' j jj ti PEKKW FARM, ASUTABUIjC O-.-i I' From Jan 1st. lsnt, and will serve bnt thirty (SO) Mara, at$' CAH1I, THE SEASON, OB $ TO IJN8UKB A FOAL. . Mote taken for tbe Insurance money ssbjuct to UM reealt. -. PereW Ilimbletonlan la T year eld Ibis spring very beautiful hay color Sne Sowing black mane and tall, all black points. K band high, with elegant proportions, and in carriage a "fae simile" of hi illustrious aire, Hvsdlrk Hauiblotuuiaa, of Che tor, Orange Co., N, Y., the sire of more trotter and Suo roads tare than anr . . i. . l - u.uur .iiuwu num Kysdlek'a llaiubletonlaa I lb lineal descendant of old It nported oteaeiHiifer. sarougn Abdallah and Menihrl- Hiirer. sarou liyllellroand no. Ilia dam waa hv Hetiroonder. rrand dam bv llemnl.- tmilan. and he by the old imported Messenger. The dam of P.row's llambletontan was th famou trotter , LlatZIB UAVWOOO, . bv American Star, well bred and exceedingly popular atlllM iu Orantfe County, N. Y. Perew'a llainbleiuulan will show for himself, was never trained, shows great speed and action, waa par chased In Sussex County. N.J., by Capt. Frank Percw, at a high flgnre. tormn wfth some Sn man-k ef kls own eelvction. as well aa lodo tbe '-State some service," hydliruslng hla blood thmngh some of the thnnragh bred eiiri s or the Hurkeve State aud Ashtahala Onant l purtlcular, Wllltf I'l.Mtw.