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ASHTABULA, OHIO S&turdaj MorniHg, ffot. 27, 1869. Pen and Paste Brevities. tlfVVfitn Is a top? r' dom not t note. Vr'hcn il is a little rtddi$h. tf Wht enormous logs firemen muut hare, as often bear of their using Ion y feet in k-nfth. IJFRobert Lincoln is flawing In Chicago politics, and finds bitter palitioal enemies in the Jtpblit'T and Tnbun of tlint city. tMTMarW Twain sys tlint the Sumlwlcli Is land dish of plain dug "la. only on cherished Americas, saumgc wftk the mystery removed." t5PAt a remit prayer meeting in Troy, an rnthnsnMic brother prayed that the meeting tuijht be anointed with the ' Isle of Pntmos." fJfSecretary Beutwv'll nnnounoes thctteatli cf Robert J. Walker, and Hint business will be suspended in the Treasury Deparluivul on tbc day of the funerul. tylnquiries are being made at Washington in regard to the whereabouts of a I'nnil, given by Oeorgo Peabody, for eslaMi.hUig a luililic library in Georgetown. t3"A "Worcester justipe fined a fi'llovf 20 for beating a goal with a brick to induce the Mili um 1 to stand tiuiet when milked. He.ippeiiied, because it was "more tlmu the botheriu' com waa worth." tyMr. Henry Cluy Beecher, son of the Hev. Henry Ward Beecher, hu.-i married1 Miss Frances Gertrude Snow, dxughtcr 'if the late Mr. George M. Snow, once the commercial editor of the Tribune. CJTEx-SecrBtury Robert .T. W11pi-'. re riiaius were interred to U;ik Hill Cemetery, Georgetown, D. C, ou Suturiliiy, under a di iv ui suow-eloriii. Mr. Grunt mid Col. Dent represented tbc I'icsidcnt'a't'aiiiily. tjyA rich old man who lives near Rio Ja neiro is said to keep a large onneonila on li is premises to frighten olT ladies mid liiifwluiiuriis, who are constantly soliciting donations for charitable and religious purposes in that city. ILtTA lady having fainted at a ball, some benevolent person beifun bathing Iter temples and bead with Tinaiptr, upon which she sturted up and exclaimed, "Von heaven's sake, put nothing on thut will change the color of my JiairT C2TSecretary Robeson sCnt a diVpnfcu ly cable to Admiral Itudlbrd, coinmanding the European fleet, directing liim to detail a war Teie! to convey the reimiiiiK of the late George I'eatiody freiii London to thh country. JSTlio Cincinnati Bible war attracts gen eral attention throughout the country, and the action of the majority of the Cincinnati Board of Education in prohibiting every thing of a re ligious character in the schools, if pretty gen erally condemned. C3f The longshoremen of C'.lnrlnon have struck because one ot their number, a nei;ro, waa discharged from a vessel tur being tr Re publican. When we see these things iu South Carolina longshoremen, what can a Boston Abolitionist do but cut his straps and go to glory. C3TA citizen of Richmond drives a wagon ot;c bundled year.H old, the exact longevity of the memorable "one-horse shay" of which the poet discoursed. Willi a little, tying up at the axles and abstinence from sneezing on the part of the driver, it is suld still to be a sale and hurviceuble vehicle. CjTToledo is contemplating another rail road, a uirert' line In l'ittburgh. The Balti more and Ohio Railroad Company having i.e curtd its Connell.vill lino to-Pittsburgh, is now lookiug for rut extension te) Ohio, Lines have been projected, so furrmrlh and west as Lexiugton and Mansfield, and Toledo wants to push a line down to meet it at that point. t3".V grave in one of the New Orleans cemeteries was strangely decked; on All Haiiila' Day, with a chignon of unburn hair, studded with teeth in the place of beads, and surround ed by blonde rouleau. A kud-vWagcd man, standing- nsnr, explained that they were me mentoes of his wile uud child. 2Tll is slated that hince the withdrawul of IV re llyaclntho from the order to which he belonged, It is forbidden to the barefooted Carmelites to preach in public. A member of the confraternity who had been summoned to preach in Lyons, the other day, was compelled to excuse himself ou the ground of this pro hibition. CSPA stranger visiting the navy yard in Brooklyn, conversing with some seamen who had beau ungaged in the nary during the war, r.skcd- one of them if they bad received any prize money. "Ocli, iudadu, yer honor, yis, a little; it was sifted through a liulder, mid all that fell through wiut to the officer, all that Muck to the step was lift' to the men." C3TA. couple presented tirmselve to the tleik at Dsvenpert, Iowa, the otbsr day, lor a marriage license. It was tound that the youag man wai under nge, and without parents or KUurdlan. A guardian must be appointed, and i lie ywiug lady's name waa suggested. Il was found that au waa over vighleen and vligibia. Mid so ahe waa appointed guardian, and gra ciously gava her waul permission to jnurry her. tJA farmer In Gardener, !., the other day, bitched bis horse to a platform ear stand ing on a aide track. He waa mirprW.il on looking around, a levy moments afterward, to ne that the traju, had started, and the horse waa doing bis "level best to keep up with the locomotive, and was fast approaebing lb time of the famed Dexter. Fortunately for the horse, the engineer discovered the state of af fair and slapped the train. X3TJk specimen of the wonderful plant "the Flower of lb Uolr Gho.l" baa been success fully raised iu Norwich, Coon. Tha llewer is creamy white cup, marly as larr;e as half an egg and extremely beautiful, ami lis wonder as a natural floral growth, le In the fact thai In tbi flower la lilll pur wltlle dove, with pink bill and eyes, and Iu bnid turned as if looking aver lia tack. Its wiugs, feut, bill etc. are as absolutely perfect as those of tlx living dove.whoM counterpart Ibis wander ful mimic vegetable bird U. C3TA cUrgymsu In a town'ln Maine had Just finished the preaching of an tmlneiMlty practical discourse, In which be stated tbafj persons afflicted with dyspepsia were guilty or tba violation of tha laws of God ana nalura, and deserved to be punished la this Ufa and that which la to came. A lank, dyspeptic- looking specimen of humanity arose tn one of the allpa, bis face flush in auger, and laid that that he bad no doubt, the speaker referred to Mm, "aa ba bappeued to be tba only person present who waa troubled with tbadyapepalat?, He thought tba preacher bad ha rlgU to maka sue personal allusions, and tba next naaa ha undertook to preach, would thank him' to-sc- laet soma ather Individual ttatha feandaUma U bla rnnarka. Sticwso in Partt One ol tho remark able things In this world Is the adherence to fmrty, and the devotion that grows out f it. A man will do that for Ills party which ba will not for his family, and still less for hit church I. c.r tfrnp hunnlf. In tho time uC a campaign ym wtfl see him giving tVme, roony, labnr, wnl and all with the grentest cheerful ness. He will leave important personal Intel -csls to button-hole an nnfarfunntc nrcpialnt anco on tk corner, or to argue with a waver ing opponent Yet, ask him why he is so eagaged, and for tha life of firm lie enn't tell you. He has na ax to grind In the event of the erection of bis candidate; possibly he does not know bis candidato even by sight ; there nrc no vital points at Issua that may Involve National disaster In tho event of the defeat of bis candidate; and be could tell you of no reason why be shouU ie so Interested only that tho candidate. ) kit candidate of bis party. Krotu lids ulonc hrmseif unable to point yeu to nny other reason lor it he is ready to whip off hftonl and do battle, either through Uglit or work, for the election of ins party man. There are men who will scrimp the contfitaiiion-box for the Lord to swell the amount for party purposes; and some will rob the time of the Lord's service on n week night (possibly on a Sunday) for the pushing of a party measure. Lven "benighted Ashtabula" has Hashed open her wit wide enough to detect such acts and facts within the radius of bur name. But the most remarkable thing is, that, ns earnest as a man may be for a parly measures, h will arguo up to parly, no mutter bow the parly may veer. Iu the second election of Lincoln the rallying-ery of the D.-mocracy wm " nigger I" Now that the Eilleeiith .mcmimcni oios lair to pans anil become a law of the land, the Dcmociatic cry bids fair to be the same, but from an opposite stand point. In tho one case, it was a cry against negro equality ; in the oilier, it is an acknowl edgment of the equality of the; ballot. Vet, even the glorious work of the Freed mnn's Bureau and Missionary Societies huvc not yet transformed the negro race into another Lraee tiinn it was. Three years ago, on tho C, C. and C. R. R., we met n man who labored for an hour to convince us that tho strength of his party (the Dcmocrutlc) lay in the holding of the negro as nenr as possible to his "normal condition" that of servitude. Quile recently the same man look a seat with us In a ear on the L. 8. and 31. 9. R. R., and with the same face, same gestuies, sflino earnestness, strove to show us that the polity of the Democratic party bud been to prepare the: freedinen for the ballot, and thnt tho safety o,"lhe party lay in securing the ballot to him. We called up tho history of late campaigns, and of lata legislative cnacln enls ; and then called up tho story of the ornirr who cried (after a speech): "Ladies and gcntlei, en, them's my rcnlitncnts, dyed iu the wool, ni,veil in from infiintcy, and froze to me like t lie lu. nard to his spots, bill cf they don't suit, they can he changed:" In thu absence of the Editor from his chair, it would bo unseemly for (be Irresponsible local incumbent to discuss doctrines in politics which might rcquiro n retraction on (lie part of tho Editor; but, ns Peleg Doreiuus would sayVJust to fling out an idee, inoughtn't hurt uobodY.'.' The Mariuace ok Assi miii iks. Tha hos pitality of the city of Pittsburg is n thing by itself. It is a marvel. Nfi sooner 'are the tables cleared, after the adjournment of the American Board, than they areset ogniii for the Old and Uew School Assemblies of the Pres byterian Church, and this time they are set for n marriage feust. Among thu patches of soot, garlands must appear. The grime of the city of furnaces must lie a buck-ground for things that gleam. It must bo the black velvet lliul is to set idf the diamonds of a bridal Iraumwiiii. Tho two Assemblies met separately for two days, that they might settle up all their affairs and make full nrrnngemeiils for the ecclesias tical wedding which was to come off on Fri day, the 12th Inst. Of these preliminary meet ings we have not space for a description. But on Hint eventful day came the grand scene which is to make us forget the words Old nod New In connection with this noble nld Chiirrh, aad which shall lead men hcrcnl'lr to speak of the people of that Church ns Presbyterians. The union came in this way : Tha Oi 8. body met in tho 1st church, and, after proyer, received a deputation from the N. 8. body, who made n statement of tliu ncl'uin of Presbyteries iu answer to overtures for re union. A basis of union w as then read, and declured to lie of binding force. Then this Assembly (with- a prayer uud d ixology) w as dissolved. Meanwhile, the PT. 8. body, leaving the Hd church, marched, w ith its Moderator mid clerks at its lieud, to tho 1st church, nnd formed In Hue nn the sidewnlk. The O. 8. body marched out nnd formed another line, parallel to this, on tiie other sidewnlk. Now camu the glorious one, which even thu smoke af Pittsburg could hot prevent the angcht I'soin seeing w ith pleasure. At n given signal the two lines ad vanced lo the middle of Hie street, where they met the Moderators slinking humhi ami lock ing anna, and clerks and commissioner fol lowing su'tl so thnt "'hry liruin mni ou1." Thus they nmrthed to Hie 3d church. Aa they entered tbc church thv choir auug the byrun "0lo jt tUt lrnipr, blow I" Old Dr. Elliott, who was Moderator at the time the Church divided, In 1H!1H, sal upon the platform, and waa tho Uiosl cousplcumia per son present. They all joined In singing "A II hull His power pi Ju' nsinu ;" and then, alter prayer nnd the reading Of Scripture, all shook hands, and sang "I'ralM God, rtnss whoui all blMhitft flow." Then Dr. Jacobus said "If uny one bus any good aud su flic too I reason-why Ihcse Churches shauld l Im united, iel IlieiM stato them, or hereafter hold their peace." Of course nobody was fool ennugb to statu any. Then Dr. Jacobus tumd to Br. Elliott, and said i "Our venerable fatlnr, you were Moder ator Iu Philadelphia when tbeae bodiea were separated. Do yon know any reason why they should not be reuuiled?" Dr. Elliott rose and said : "I do net, sir !" Then somebody shouted, "Whit God hath Joined logetber kt no man put asunder;" and fruro the "aniens" that came, one would hava uppoeed bUnself In camp-meeting. New came Jubilee speeches and pynyeri, and tba whole of tba splendid and glorious service closed'wllk the sacrament of tba Lord's 6upper. Bo was consummated the grandest ecclesias tical event our couutry liar seen. God grant It may ba tba forerunner of yet other religious reunlous in our country. i il a V' MuxuoTt Election. The seturns In Mia ncaota on the tote for Oovernor, aa far as yet given, era Republican, 20,031; DetaooraUe, 86,830. Tbs EccMRntCit, Council. The religious world Is Just now In ft state of expectancy, which hardly amounts to excitement, In regard the great Council of the Roman Catholic ChnrcU, Which is to convene at 81. Tciei a In Rome, on tho 8th proximo. This Ecumenical Council in no sens ecumenical tins been called by Pins IX, for the purpose of estab lishing certain matters In connection Willi the ecclesiastical (and probably temporal) affairs af that Church. Wlint particular toi(cs arc to come heforo this body for discussion, or what will be the result of that discussion, is no I known ; but much agitation lias come in the Church on account of the cull issued; and no ono doubts that that agitation will be greater, whatever tho decisions of the Council may Ik-. The call to this Council embraced the vari ous churches and faitlts, as the last gieat Council (Treat) did not. Bui the Patriarchs and lesser Papes of Armenia, of Constanti nople, of Russia in fact, of the entire' East have refused to come, and us to the Protestant or non-Cutholin chun-hcs. Dr. dimming, of tiie Kirk of Scotland, tapped tho balloon by which the hope of the world In Papal liber ality was expected to rise, and let out the gas. We are informed tlttrt Plo Nino stands ready to lead the CalliwHn! Church in welcoming back to its arms, ft penance nnd its forgive ness, all heretic churches and people who come in penitence for forgiveness. This makes of the boasted Ecumenical Council only n Catholic Nyivod, not even rep resenting tlve whore. Papa) Church ; and so there is left an crrrrig for unlimited troubles yet to conic of its decision, whatever, they may bo. Ecumenical Is a Greek word, which menus the civilized world Christendom and hence the present Council eiin not lay claim to the name. For the uccommodation of Ibis Council a portion of St. Peter's has been very elaborately fitted up. Galleries hnvc been provided for those who nre permitted to witness the usscm- kbling of the august body. The greatest pomp and show nro to accompany its inauguration, nnd to this na expense is t lie sp; red. But w hile the world at large is on the out look for this beginning of the Council, thought ful people w ill be looking auxiouslv for its ending. The masses ot the world nre becom ing educated beyond the Catholic Church ns it has been. The liberal tendencies of tho nge, though they nre uot getting beyond nil enlight ened Christianity, nro overstepping bounds. If this Council is to build a higher fence about the Pupal Church nnd creed, so thnt Peres Hyncinthc can not Jump out, il w ill have put up n structure simply that it may be knocked down : und it will not fall alone. Woman's Kiohts vs. Men's Wihmis. The enso of tin) brutal conduct of the students of Hie Philadelphia Medical School toward twenty-five young women who came to attend clinic, w hen it was opened to them, will do much tow ard setting a stronger drift to the questions now before the people in regard to woman's position mid woman's work, fio far from being u stronger argument to the position Uiken by conservative Harvard, as shndowed by the inaugural of I'rident Eliot, eyes are direc.'id by il to the system of Oberlin. It n pi ears that n young man with a broken iIiIl'Ii was brought for treatment into the mom w here were be tweniy-flvc young women nnd some Ihreo Im. dred young men students. On his being iindr scd the young ladies were treated lo hooli, eh.'ers and hisses, and, after the clinic was ovel, ihey were followed w ith insult into the street. But not of the brutu'ify of this do wo w ant to speak- that having ho. 1 freely discussed by the daily press but of lb question of right nnd wrong in the mutter ot female education w hich requires attendance at ,'ticli places ns are commonly termed objectiouno' '. In Cleveland, becnuso of Just such u mani festation though less brutal a Femaie Medi cal College has Iscn established. But in the several schools, how of clinics? Shall only main patients be allowed lit thu miilu school, and only female lit the female school ? The Doctor is for tho family, and w hether it be a male or female physician, the know ledge is lo lie alike general. If men are to be the confi dants of tho family, for both sexes, why (cus tom aside) is It less indelicate than thnt u wo man should he n confidant for lxvh sexes. If n I'emnle patient may be brought into the room lor operation lielore a class of students, w hy should women be jeered' when a male patient is brought into the room (or operation T The time draws on and is helped on by just such disgraceful scenes as this in Phila delphia when the dlll'erence between' advant ages olfered to male or female students will bo obliterated, and possibly no may live to sec them together ill the law, medical, scientific, and perhaps theological schools, on an equal fooling. Ini-idki. Convkntion. At u recent conven tion or Atheists, held at Philadelphia, there were present seventeen persons in all, its an swer to a tall uxtonoVil for dek'gnles from all States in Hie I'nion to a Mass Convention. The show numerically was certainly not very cheering to the advocates of this wretched cause. The remarks of the secular press ou such u convention are looked for wfth Interest. We take thu following from thu Cincinnati Cvmmert-itil : "Ono of them a special repiesentativo' of societies In Illinois, Wisconsin anil Missouri frankly iidmilled thai there is not so much in terest in the cause out West aa (hero might he; and the President of the convention declared that 'the clevleul power is on the increase,' and, alluding lo the lavish expenditures for Hie erection of new churches, thinks 'It is about time thnt we lilerals should try to cot some of tills material support for our cuuse. Ho it is a money qaeslion, niter all. The iinplrasant im pression thnt hitidi llly l spreading among tho American people, is disproved by the slender aticadimce at this Infidel Convention, und by its manifest Isck ol money. The mure 'gen teel' professors of modern bi&delitv turn no lliclr noses at Tom Paine, notwithstanding nil i acknowledged services to the Whigs or the American Revolution hi particular, and to the cause human liberty lu ucneral. They avow Ihcmsclvi '' disciples of suck profound philoso phers as Iih.'H, Hegel, Comie or Spencer, und some of the weaker minded among them have lately formed a 'Ca"lyl and Emvmen Associa tion,' which evinces rather a blind admiration of 'the sHvagu piiilosopucr of Chelsea, ami the mild aud mystical snire of Concord, thau a clear understanding or Iho peculiar views of either one or the other. Pplrlluiilisin, more over, wUk Hie millions of converts claimed for by Judge Edmonds, has largely diminished Ihe'numbcr of the old-fash ioued materialists." CKr.KnKATKn. Tho Pastor of tho Presby terian Church of Poutf.ic, Michigan, lias struck lead of celebrity by some passing stricture on Henry Ward Beeches aad Hwe Inthpeiukut, which, on being reported to the Ialler,.drew sparks from Tllton. See how nncertnla are tka Issues on wbkdr bang the sueevsses of a man's life. To have Soma noodle pull the kalr trigger of one's rifle so that ft will go off Just hi lime to- briuir down a ftnely-aatkred bnckf Ta happen ha say something wken a goaslpplng booby sat In the bouse who1 had some time written to a man who drove a goose-quill I Uw wonderful are tby mutations, O Porluue I- We congratulate the Pastor of Poptlnc on his celebrity and its eanse and oar congratu lations go through lila hratber of this place. An Important question lias recently been de cided by Judge Storcr, In Cincinnati. A gen tleman died, leaving a will In which be gave his wife, aftsr bis death, the use of all his real and personal property so long as ahe remained his widow. If ahe remarried, Hie property was to go to bis children. She did remarry. and legal proceedings were taken todeternilno the effect of the marriage. The court sustained Hie will, and gave the properly to the children, holding thai the restruction against a second marriage wns a valid one, and not, ns was at tempted to be manifested, contrary to public policy. Judge Storcr, who delivered Hie opin ion, says: "The husband lifts an- interest ir the w idow hoed of bin wife, w hich, it has been well remarked, gives liim the liDial ri;ht to annex litnitivtious to his bequests when bIih is mad the recipient ol his bounty. lie may well be supposed anx ious tor her Imppiuess, and by placing n, second marrKijze as a bar to his wife's subsequent enjoyment of thu estate de vised, prevent an ill-sorted or unhappy union. He cannot bo supposed willing to lavish hit) generosity on those ho never knew, and certainly his children, who, during their mother's widowhood, lie might confidently hope would retain th memory ot their fiither'a counsels ought not to he subjected to the control or ex ample of one w liosc only motive in mar riage may have been to obtain control of the testator a property. More than al:, the property, which was ;lie result of his toil, lie may, without any reflection on ilia conjugal duties, be unwilling should be appropriated lo the children of a sec ond marriage. No obligation rests upon hia estato to maintain any other family than 1 1 is own. A Ciruas Ukder tuk 6ii e-urt v'e Hammer By order of the Common Pleas Court, Sheriff Webber, acting as receiver, sold tho entire effects of Dr. James L. Thnyer's circus, in cluding horses, wagons, wild animals, &c, At 2 o'clock P. M. a crow d of two or three hundred persons had assembled, and the Sheriff commenced bis work. Ten performing horses were first offered, and sold nt prices averaging about 1150 each. MY. Adam Forepaugh be enmo the purchaser of the trick pony Doctor, paying for him the lmndsomc sum of $!)30. An elephnnt, small In size, but dignified in ap pearance, was next led forth, and Immediately became the observed of all observers. Bidders seeitrcd' to be very shy abaut making offers, however, and fimdly his diminutive majesty was knocked down to Mr. Forepaugh for $1275. An edd showman, who wus present in the crowd, remarked "that there little animule ought to have fetched (5000 " and walked off, indignant at the sacrifice. Four fiery and untamed lions were next off? red, nnd after some lively Wilding, were awarded lo Oscar H. Norman, at $8000. The "kings of tho forest" did not seem to be much nll'ected at tho novel process of being knocked dow n lo tho highest bidder, of course and blinked lazily at the crowd through Hie iron bars of their cage. A few timid persons in quired whether the cage was perfectly secure, and looked fearfully upon tho tawny beasts, w hose massive jaws aud powerful limbs seemed waiting only fef llro opNirtuniiy to burst forth, wild with resistless rage aud fury. Sir. Fore paugh nnd Mr. Norman were the principal purchasers, the former investing if lliOO and the hitter fUlV).;. Tho sales will foot up to about $15,000. Jtiiffulo Er-irtit. TlUt M.UlDK.NIMt Mlil 1IAMSM OK TllOrilHT. Our brains are seventy-year clocks. TlieAugcl of Ijlc winds them up once lor all ; then clo ses the cusu and gives the key into the hand of the Angel of tho Resurrection. Tie nc, tic tae, go the wheels of thought ; they cannot slop themselves; sleep citunol iMill them; mudntss only makes them go faster ; dculh alone can break into the ease ami sciie the ever-swinging penduhiiil, which we call the be, lit, silence si last Hie licking of Hie ter rible escapement Ihivc carried so long bc ueatli tho wrinkled foreheads. If we could only get ul them as we lie on our pillow ami c.Hinl the death bsnts of thought ufier thought, and image utter Image jarring through the ovei 'ired organ I I Will no body block those w heels, uncouple that pinion, cut the string Hint lioi.ta those weights, blow up the internal machine v-'ith guiipowder V What a passion conies over ' sometimes for silence and rest ; that this drea 'fuHucchanisni, unwinding the endless tapestry i'l time, embroidered with speclral figures of life and death, could have bul one brief lif liday. Who can wonder Unit men can swing thcinsclvcsoll' from beams in hempen lassoes y Thut they Jump oil iulo Hie sw ill and gurgling waters is neaih That they lake counsel of the grim friend w ho bus Iml to ulter his one peremptory monosyllable, and Hie restless machine is slivered as a vase thai is dashed iiNin a marble floor t I'niler that building which we pass every day there are strong dungeons, where neither book, nor bur, nor bed-cord, nor drinking vessel from whicb a shurp fragment may be shattered, shall by any chance bo seen. 'There is noth ing lor it, w hen tho brain is on tiro with the whirling of its wheels, but to spring against the stone walls, and silence them w ith one crash. Ah, llieyl remember that, the kind city fathers, and the walls nre nicely padded so 'that one can take such exercise ns ho likes without banning himself. If any body would really contrive soup- kind of n lever that ono could thrust it among thu works of this horrid initomailoii and check them, or alter their rate of going, what would Hie world give lor Hie discovery y Men ore very apt lo try nnd get at tho machiuu by some indirect syblem of lev erage or oilier. They clap on Iho brakes by means ol opium, they change tho maddening monotony of the rytlim by means of Icrmcnl ed liqtiois, ll is because the brain is locked up aud wv caunot touch its movements direct ly, thnt we thrust these coarse tools In through any crevice by which Hiey may reach tho in terior, alter its rule of going fur a while, uud at his I spoil the machine. Oliver Wendell Holmes. A Wobd kor Justick. It li pretty general ly admitted that American jistice winks at crime among the wealthy. In nine cases out af ten, a thief or murderer wko baa wealthy and influential connections will not receive his due. If money cannot buy the judge and Jury, it will buy the Governor of the Slate. If Hie former will sentence bin to tho prison or gallows, the latter will pnrd n him. We admire British justice. It is no respect er of pel sons. It will fend a iwuuller U her fiennl Colony, although ll be the wealthiest milker In the kingdom. A lab Lord Chancel lor was expelled from office nd from decent society, lor siaiply eannittng it; bribery. The ptoudest uolilemau in the renin w ill bis hung, if he commits murder. Tho whole, bank of England cannot buy his pardon. A good au thority declares that "the way if the transgres sor is bard." And the people, or nation that atteiupta to make ll easy will have to suffer for IL The penalties ol tho law are saored. We may pity the criminal aud do our utmost lo reform him. But woe lo Hi man, or to the Court, or lo any magistrate whatsoever, who, for sympathy or for money, slpa In betweeu the law and itspeuairy. (Vr. He. Jltoeenger Tnic Onscqcits or Oh, John E. Wool. The remains of Major General John Fs Waol were deposited la Oakwaod Cemetery, near Troy, on the 18th. MaJor-Geoerat Gworge G. Meada and Gov. Hoffman were In the proces sion. Goa. Wool leaves about fdSO-.aOOV The bulk of tha property is bequeathed to ala nephewa and nelees. lie added a cudicl) ta kls will a few days before bis death, appropri ating $50,000 far a monument to himself and lira. Wool. Among bis benefactions Is a gift of $15,000 to the Rensselaer Polytechnic In stitute, and another of $S,000 to, tba Orphan Asylnm. Asbtabcla Co. oi ma Tbipoii. The Oct an Tim of Tentwater, Mich,, comes to us with a salutatory by Amos Dresser, Jr., son of Rev. Amos Dresser, of Pent water, aad former ly of Williantseld, In tills County. Mr. Dres ser disclaims ability as an editor, and then lays before us K spicy pnperfrom which we arc glad lo secure news. Those w ho knew Mr. I)., In this county will like to seo a glimpse of bis opening article the virgin pen-dips s Our paper will eontinne to be Identified with tbc Republican party, yet we shall endeavor to trent with courtesy those who differ from lis politically, nnd shall hope by nn honorable, upright and manly course to win Hie esteem of those whose co-operation we cannot expect. Believing that true morality is the only sure foundation of good societv. we ahull tend nn cnrnesl support lo everything that tends lo elevntc and Improve, and fearlessly condemn whatever wo bellcvo tends to corrupt and vl- unic. Wlillo we shall endeavor lo keen cb 'nr from sectarian dogmas, we should feel that we were recreant lo the trust committed lo us, should we not do all in our power lo nkl Im the diffu sion of the fundamental doctrines of Christl- unity. We ask Hie sympathy nnd co-operntion of every christian, of whnte'ver name or de nomination. To our brothers of the press, wo extend tho right linnd of fellowship, nnd hope thnt our fu ture acquaintance may be mutually agreeable. Rev. Amos Dresser has just resigned his pas toral charge of the Congregational Church of l'cnl water, and was to preach his farewell ser mon on the 14th Inst. New Advertisements. Grand Clearing Sale OF CARPETS, A T BECK WITH, STERLING & CO'S. now is THE Time to Purchase Carpets. LOOK AT miCES! Axmtiit''rCsrpet8 worth S Oft st. on 4 mi to 4 so u IK) . a 75 a 2.1 . 1 40 to i so . i mi tu l ta . i ta . 1 no . ll'JKi to T5 KkviiI W Hum 5 mi at... 8 IK) at . . a 7! nt... T.v.rX im) at I ml at... '2 Hi) at... 1 .Ml st... l m... 1 U0 ul... It-l Velvet 8-4 " Itoriy 11n8sW Tiqs-ptrv Thren Vy liiemiii Carpets made and put down anywhere in the tStrtte at short Xulicc. niif litl ITII, STICKLING Si CO., 1 DO Superior Street, liiDWIN TEMPI .ETON, PlnintilT, against ItirliHi-d J. llorton. Dill'ciulunt, before I. O. Klclicr, J. 1. ol At-Mulinl Township Aphtihuls Counlv, Ohio. On the IHih ilav of November, A. 11. IsM). naiil JuMire te fliiMl nn oriier of nltiu-liinent III the shove action for tiie sum of eleven dollars, wllirh ciiue will atatul ftr trial at tiie otllee of tmid .Invitee iu said Tuwubiu ou the stn day of .liiniiarv. A. I. IsQI. at u .rdock A. M. KDWIX 7EMPI.KTON. I!j .1. K. COOK, UL) Alt'jr. Ahtnbnlii, Nov. S3d, 1SMW. Swl03 Sheriff as Spocial Master CommiBBloucra Sale of Laud aud Tenements.. AMabula Common Pita, Slny Term, lkttlO. U 11 H 11 in Willurd, AL'ltlllHt. Order of 8ulc Joel brig, ft. ul. J V virtu? of an order of sale duly fcmieri from wild Court, In the uhnvo lti to nu tllrvclwl, 1 will oflT tor full! by wny of publU auction ut thirfluoruf thu Court Uounu, In JrtVcrxon, Aclitalti.la County, Ohlo.ou Satunhiyjitefir! tlay of January t A. D, 1870 htttwrrh the hour of 10 mid 19 o'clock A. 3. of td tin v, the litUowiiiL driMTilx'd liimlimd tuncinpntn, lo-wit; HiiMttn towhrlii of Plymouth, In Buld Ctmnty of AfUittmirt hiiu Mtnc ui i n i o. iiiui Known it pan or lot iiiimiImt fortv rH'Vrii ( li) a ml 7M in mid rivnioiith, uud li th. vuint lu ltd dt't'di'd by paid WHIiitm Wlllartl and hi wife to i-aid loci lirli, ou tliu t.'fili day of tVhmury, Inst., lo which deed reference Ih httd for a more pnrtlcu lat (Wfvriiitinn of Hild pre mitfc! contuiitiu eility-livv I HA, ni'i'CM of land more or lep. A No tvenl live c acre of limit lit Mfrf town whir of Plymouth, and idjolnliit; the above rtwueriWnl Hihiy-flre CH5 acre on t!o went nmY, deeded by WIHIhiu Ilum I ili ivy and wlftj to mild Joel Hrlirift. on tho Vtih diiv of October, A. J. lNff, to which deed refer unco it here' had for a deMTllrtioir of inld preinleri. II. J. COYKLU Hh ffft H pedal Mast. Com. KIW. II. FITCH. IT AM. November lll.. twlffiOT GEORGE W. DICKINSON IE.LEK IX GOLD and SILVER GOOTrSf CA8TEHS, CAKE BASKETS, CAM) KECEIVEKS, TKA SETS, Porrrlaln I.lnrd loe PKrhpra, Trt m Tele f.t, llerry Ilhrs. Npuon Holder, Hlriip ll, Jobln, fni(a, IfrklK Manda, Huller lllnhn, Yae. KTHA . AI.T SFTS, t.ADI.KS. KNIVES, Mt'STATtn Oi l's. 11 K KNIVES, CAKK KNIVES. NAI'KIN IIINU8, CAM. HKI.I.S. TEA HKI.L!, TOlMtT BETS. AMERICAN AND SWISS, FINE CHAINS, KEYS AND CHARMS ! I'ISS, KAR rttNGK, SLEEVE BUTTONS, FI LL 8KT8 OF DEAl'TIFl'I. DESIGNS, NECK CHAINS, OOLD RIN09 AND THIMBLES, c. GOLD IE3Tfif With PUtn or Itichl)- Clutd Holik-ra ; unit o on through il eudlvM vsrluly of ulccly aelocted articlu. A.hlnbuU, Nor. 18, Mil. 1038 AN OUDINANCE. Bi E IT ORDAINED by (he Council of tho lm'oiuonilad VIILvvof A.hilul, thai Hiwot alxlv ftwt Ida be. and l lie aam la koreb; laid Ml aad a.ub lltlird aa fullowa, to wil I Commencluir al a pulul In lh north Una at m North Rl.tire KtHid io called) two eUaina aud Stty St link, ( SW.we.1 rrwn tha veal Uua of tha A.hlabala New LUbon Kail Ho.il, theuca north 81 diy. Ml wo.t, 4t ts cltakM-loa polirt la the aouih Una of ln.t Street two iNu avvuuleen aud ona-li.K Una.. (4 tin) weal from lira wM Hue of .aid A. A N. L. H. K.. aaid Hue above Meiitlnaed being tha ea.t lina or aaid alreat, and tha weat Hue ol aaid atroet bttug parallel with and lxt Irel weaterly there from. Aad the owner, of tha land oier whica aaid nrwl pa.aea having granted aud dedi cated the wine for that purpoMi. the ranie la hereby .c eeurd and Mid atraet ordered to na otenHl and worked M atnar .treat, of aaid village. i'.Med Uab IS, loos. Atteal, Tano. II. ll. Clerk, - SwinM . B. Gilkct, Kaj-or. AVPLESt APPLES! t VNV parson or pfmons. wUlilnir lo Iiiit Snort winter frnll. ran hiiTe Ihem by . iiiilvlnn to the nn er.lirnetl. who ha. a ori nnrin,i,l ., in. Mi. hin fpplo.on hand. Al.o. Apple Bultrr for ule, by Ihr fiar rel or Rnllon. StlOTO JAMKS I'llll.Lll'H. UOUSK TO LET. A COMFOUTA ni.R llwi'lllns, near Smith Turk, all In Bond re pair, will be ri'iiti'il for l moiiiha or for a longer term. imi ror fiirlhor particular, call upon longer n. urnruitn. JIOOK AOETXS WAXTEI ron stucgolks and triitmpiis of AVllITTEN HY 1IIMSKLP. IN ONE I. a hue Octavo Vm.ms Nbaiii.t KK) Paok rmNTiin li Knoi.iixh anii Orhhan. 33 Ki.euant Ki l l. Pauk ENoitAVino. It einbrnr. FonTT Yraii. Itrroi.i.rt-TioN. of hi. )ii!y Life, a. a Merchant. Munnirer, llanker, Lt'c ttirer. ami Showman, N obook iiblihp(l .o ncci'itahlo to nil Hhmi'. Kvery one wanta It. Airenti. aveniire from 50 lo 1 00 .iibHrrlher. a wevk. Wo offer extra a'rim, and pay fridirht Went. Illii.trated Catalogue and Terms to Agent, .cnt free. Bwliws J. B. UU11R A CO., Tub ., Ilnrtford, Ck WANTED AGENTS For I.oforc the KflftTI Inliw A nni.i4 tv.A ur.rvcu v. 1" .,"A'- Sli. let. Milng. out, pxtilbiting trl vivid color, the mi..w World, aaveenrrnmnhhin nnd wtth Ji,. .rl'"i. lptKf. n" Opwa ; Monnto- ' turned Pi,r to l.ei turer.. Ki V? h " ' ",n. H thugn-nt .enwilon, nnd f .Z t I,, , , i '"'I'" J"' P'K'''. roM tlnteil pnper. Pro- yond'alJ.othcrbo,,k;:7mnrd'To.pTo atfertd free. For c Iron In rn ...i.iif..- -.'," FI'tt'lU8 10 ",UM i AU.Mr.UEK CO.. Cincinnati Ohio. I. wns rnred of (Tcafnrss nnrl Cntnrrh by a Imple remedy and will .end tho receipt free .wl: MltS. M. C. LKOOETT, Hoboken, N. J. Seven Hundred and Fifty Paes pon sx,f3o. I HE BEST READING. Attracttv'b En TenTAiMMi. Asii-kisii. No Mawazinb fob Vovno Peo ri.E Im. attained .0 wide and, r.l (Wterviid rcuutation a. TUB H01IOOXjMA.TE. The author of those popular book., "Ragged Dick." "tame and Fortune." Ac, IIOKATIO ALCiEIt, -Jr., rnmmrmw a New Stobt tn the Jannarv linmher. Fnr wnnl vonr .iiharrlullon.al once Tl... i,.i..h.. her and December number will be .cnt free to nil wlio remit $1.51) for IN7 before Deeember inth. A fine pho tograph ol Mr. Alger will be nre.ented to every .uV.cri- vi. .... ..u. wojm 1. m. rtLIWI, 4wHKIt PlBtlMIBR, BofTOK, FAUlfER'S HELPER Snows now to double the prof its OK THE FARM, anil how fanner, aad IhHr .on. can each make SIOO Irr Ivlontli In Winrnr nimai copie. will be mailed free to farmer.. Send name ani aiiure.. 10 Z.E1ULE1I, MuCLKDY A CO.. wliws Cincinnati, Ohio. FAIUI FOIt SALE, Ti HE Snlmcrilirr ofA-rs for wile his furm of mi ll-liw acre, wilhiw acre, wider Improteiaeut with linu.e. oreharri. nnd vwionn kinrl nf r-it n.l ttnh.tr lying ,n the lown of Plymenth, half a mile we. of llie .learn mill, well-watered-both heiiKc ami firn. Tho price 1. f l.iHPll mm. H. o MWUAS. Plymoiiih. Xhy. 15. imrt. IOWIFT lina n few linlf ponntf psclinffes of 1 cv toii'A.t 1 1 r.A at f i.i per in. Iil don't enm pure this with ill. bttt Tea aa It may uot be quite a. '' 1U30 FIJEE to BOOK AGENTS. il E will bimhI n linntlHomR prosnrotus of onrNKWLY lLM'STKATEll FAMILY ItlBf.E. to nnv hook A'.'i'lit flue ot cnarge. Alldree. .NATIONAL PI U l.lsillMi CO., I'lilludflpliiu, Pu., Chicaso, III.., or St, Louie, .Mo. -IW1038 A Splendid t'hance, An Uxtraordliiai-y On'cr, Den'l Delay, Send at Oui'C. The Leading Agricult'al Journal OF THE COl'NTUY, FREE FOU ONE YEAlt. TlIE Amehicar Stock Jochsai.. A fiist rluea monthly, cnnluriirng s larin- double column page, devoted to Farming awl Slock llreediug, cuulttinilig reg ular department, for the Prarticid Farmer, Dairyman, Stock Breeder. Wool drawer, and Ponltrv Keener, &c, ie.. A, ., llluxlrated with numerou. Hue Engraving, and Imiiiid In hamlKoine timed cover.. Fanner, will Snd llii. a very ertlelenl aid lu all Ihe department, of Kami. Ing uud Stuck Hreetliug. It ha. a Veterinary Deftnrt mi nt under llie churge of one of the allien Priifce.n:. in t lie I'ulWd M'tale.. who flli.wer. tliromrh tiie Joi-hnai. fne 0 rKimr. all rpie.tlon. relaling lo Sick, ln)nred or j'lwnrui iiorrc.. liim,-, pnei'p, nwinv or J ounrv. Tim. every Halnwrltwr ha. a Homo and Cattle Doctor Jrre. 11 ni-e nirw prepuren to otrer tno A mrrican stock loriiNAi. for one ycur. to nil mw nburriien lor rvnrwal.1 to the Tklkohaith who .hall .uhrcrihe Immediately aud mv In advance Sir Thi. I. a rare oiiportuniry which tiie Intelligent people of nnr .ertlon will nodnnhl duly upprijciutc. Hand in yonr aal.criptluii. at once and .uciu-u both paper.. 111:17 V all fi a a "A nEPOSITOHY OF FASHION, PLEASURE, ANII IN8KTUCTION." HARPER'S BAZAR. iV Supplinii'ii t conlnlniiig liumerous full elxed iwtluru. of u.cful artk-l. frccompauie. the paper every loriiiight, and iHX-uelouaily an elegant Colored Fuhiou Piute. Harper'. Hazur contain. IS fuHo pagca of the .Ire of Hnrper . Wcckl), printed ou a .upvruue caJvwdvrud pa per, and publl.hed weekly. CIUTICAL NOTICES OF TUB. FItE. Uaktkr'. Bazar contain., benlni-. pl.tw... pattern!, etc., u vurlety of mailer of cpci-lal n.e mid intere.t to the faintly ; article, on health, drr.. and houiMikeei Ing Im allil. brancliw. ; it. editorial mailer I enpeeially uiapted to llie circle It l Intended lo intereel aad lu etrui'l v and it hue. be.idee gmal .turle aud literary nwlter t4 uaerlt. It 1. not .urpri.iug that the journal, with oca feature., ha. achieved in a .hert tlawaa lut meu.e .mm. ; for .ometh.ng of ll. kind waa 4e.lnd lu Ihonaund. of mmilie.. and il. puhli.hen have SI led thedemaud, Th. young l.dy who buy. a .iuglv num ber ol il.ipef1. kluaar I made a .uhncrlocr fw life. An York A'Mning Uttt. The Baxah la exctHUat. Likeall the periodical, whicb the Harper, publi.ii, t I. almo.t Ideally well edited. and Hie cl... of reader, for whom it i. intended the moth er, aud dniigtitor. 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OM, " 6 00 aodonaOM, " It M 11 00- Six 10 l.J tn . n V I. MU, aMMtlM ! Ih. ..m. I. I . tianple bople. Free Term. $3.50 Per Ananm. fa Advance. 8ud by Check. Pnat-OrHre Order or Hegta tered Letter. BIDXEI , JH CO.. w 101 1PrkrUw,N.wlerk. of he I. -...1 AGENTS WANTED fOR A NEW BOOK. T ' ..Ion and r.11 In Me. to lh; ISl TTm.jbB, "L .V . ........... .., T,iimii. mora w m. CIVIT r." Octavo. 44H n.ir.. ai ft. 11 ..i ' ...ii prire. ' r-w- a 1 nia tajnat Ihe honk fnrlh limes, and ft t relllrg rant, for men like lo read about tha he.t half of tha world, and Iho beat half are they not al.o cnrlon. . ne .iie rommenn. It.eir to that ll.mr.llCl 0- merona cl.a., who Aim, or who Dm tarlMmtrnt Adtlre.a. for 4 pace ( Ircnlar with I'erma and .peclni.n engraving., Howe . Ni b.chiptio. Hook Cimrxnn, "' o. nn west ronrth St., Cincinnati, O.. 0HAELE8 DI0EE53-HAB3 ANDERSEH TIIE RIVEKSIDU MAGAZINE ron yoc!g people. RD ft HOTOHTON " EDITIONS OF DICKENS' viuKKSjiitB S'llK ONLY COMPLETE ONES IN THE MARKMr, T. GLOBE EDITION. In Urn!.., 1mo, rtrntafnlnir tlic lllii.trallrma by Dnrley and Uiliwrt. Si 60 a vol" 11. BIVEKSIOE EDITION. In S8 vol... evn Bva, rnntaltilng all Ihe HltmtruMon. by Dartey and' lleet, and thnea hy the celebrated Engll.h artl.t.. Crnlkthank Phis, etc;, from new ateel plate.. i'i,60 a rolnme. rrf limapifrir n r?rtTtii t. u -..1. ,. miitalnlng all the illu.tration. by Barley and Gilberts - o m volume. 1. They contain matter by Mr. Dickon, that is in trther edition in America. S. They have alao a fnll Index of Characters and their appearance., trade expre.aly for thc.e Edition.. 8. They hare a ll.taf Familiar Mying. from Dickon.. T7 Globe Iklitioit of Dickeni Work it not tompltte in 14 vol. IT I. THE REST CUEA ESLTIOtl ON TUB. MORS. i- The paper V gntwt. Ihe print (leaf, aid typ at a aire thnt will not inhjrc tie eveaight. S. The volume, arc bound In extra tlett, and ara of convenient fire and hpe. 8. It haa all Ihe Illu.tration! by Dartey and Gilbert. !. !helrt:l"i,50for a volume of 1,800 pages. 1)31,00 the tet. r a f?tr Any volnme, or the set, sent free ot expense 00 receipt of price. IlOW TO OBTAIN A TT or (TUnTE Kcmtt WITHOU KXrEHDINO ANT MONET. The Publh-her. of tki. Edition publiah alaa the riv RR.1IR RAKAIINE FOR TntNO FRO el... aa Uluitrateit monthly, '!.T0 a year, having for .peers! cantributor, Han. CimiaTtAN Aniier.en, the mot eminent living Writer for the Y vnng. For the names nf sixteen asw rahwrihers and i.tni. they will mmd free of expense complete Ml of the Globe Dickens. A 3IAOAZINI FOR NOTHING. Any hoy or girl who will send the names of four new tttharrlbcrs with $10 00, shall received a espy for oua year free. Catalognes ot Iturd & Houghton 'a Publication, sank rree o pa.isge 1. any addre... Addre.a lit RD tc nOVliHTON, lylODJ ijt iri'uiurj oirT-Bii, Haskell tfe Brother V lTE receifhiff lliei Fall Stock, which, for varicfji .completene. cannot be adrpiwed in Northerrr Ohio. Wo enn only Infurm our citlxen. In this hurried notice. Hint oar Stock never was belter, nor cheaper, since the war. Our motto atilffa, rearfy. pay,, anrad profit., not to b nmleraold by nny of Mr competitor., ftc, I'.tllTICl'LAKS IIEBEAFTER, Oct. 20. '00. m. A Ban. READ THIS! Lazarus Sc lorris' CELEBRATED" PERFECTED SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES o NE of the firm wilToeal tiie Store Mr. 41 BO, W.DICKINSON, Jeweler, A.alabala, O, One) Dmf mffT Taieaclar, Now; St,' ll9 Tie attends Air the aarpoac of swu'.lfng M. Geo. W lAcKiNnm, in Stthag rke eys nt axali-ail or ann.ual ea see. Thane vaaurUtg from ImSHlawtaf di.ea.cd viator, are reoouimeud.d to avals taeautelvea af thai apportu ally. Orif SPErTACI.KS AND KTIt-OLASSEff ArTfT At KUWUVKI 9t UK. TUK HOST PERFECT' a..i.tanretfftnvaTaafk(iaaedV aaa can atwaya relied BpoaatfirdlngBrVf tarn and tomri srAl ttnngtlumlht oaat prntrwnif I A AV" o.t taarasEhljF We take occatkm to notify the Public tbst we employ no peddlera, and to cau tion them against those-pet ending to liavo our jjoimIs tor sale, 09 ' Attention! Attention M FAB XI MS PBSPARB TO PLOW TOUM OBOUXIf WITH EASE. r - I - KENNEDTS PATENT ADJUSTABLE REVOLVING MOLD BOARD PLOW, now beln' Introduced to lbs farmers of the 8UtfMf . Ohio, by lb Ohio P.leut IU vol ting Mold Board I'nNr Company, and imbWiim three great point, of utility.. I.t, It uvoi from anequarler lo oae-falrd In draft, nd. being attln. tame, you uave a perreci control 01 ins lur row, ad, It leaves the .oil lu far belfat saauliUoa. ., . TESTIMONIALS : . ' T. PVe.tdenf of the Farmer's and Mecbavefca' A.Meia- tlon, or Ashtabula, O., have tested Kennedy'. Patent Adju.uble ICetnlvl.g Mold Board Plow, In barb etubble . .. A..wt mM Ii f i.iiMn. nf Auk. tahula t o., lliai 1 ini.K h rar .uriai.tfe. ine ouinmo. Hold Board Pkrw, hwtk a eaaa of draft and laa ooudi- ' tioo H leave, the soil. H. Bow a an, Pres. Fsravtr's ft Mech. Ag. Aas. Sept. IS, lisfik. We. rarmer. of differ! Barfs of Ashtabula Co , hare' een Kennedy'. Patenf Aii.fu.MnCe Revolving Mold Board llow tinted, and would my tn the Puhltc that It coinbtnea la threa groat prtuctpsea xa tha abovs slate-- OV'llt. W. H. Hilt. Monroe, plow tested n sthbe and greca SOd. Sept. , INbV. II. M.D.wxr, Au.tinborg, plow tested la tbbler Ang. IM. InoH. Cr.rle. FaaBT, BR) bush, alow tested ta green sod, Sept. IS, 1880. . Farmers of Ashtabula Co., whs wth fa sew plawv r to b.ve second hand plows flxed over, apply to - MONTIOLK ft UIL)a A genu, Aabubula, Ohio. . . TOW" COVNTY BIHTS IFSS SaVMiB I O. HALL, See. tt A. DEWEY, Pres.