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OHIO. A8UT ABULA, Saturday MorniDr, October 22, 1870. t-Bolssons liM aurrendtrid.. tTIe Archbishop of Quebec tft deml. IHiiderpest is aprr-ading b Europe. (g-Wibon, tho Connecticut murderer, linn rvtumi-.t hi food 0 fitstlng nine dnya. ...iThe Trlnce lajHrtnl of Jnpnn litis nrilvfd in Bnn Franclec. tfTTlie Fenian prisoner at Auburn; were released on Saturday. (jyThc corrrrnnjid of tho Frrnrii army of tho North has bi ti ven to Gen. LWurbtikl. In a Urrihre lniiirivane In Cuba, 2,000 lives were lost, and Immense damage was done. ty If Grant lias no olive brnnch for his enc inlrs he bns Lonn Rranch for himself. t"Tlio official language In Alsace hereafter ill be German. tlfTultrd States detectives hav ginc to Texas looking for $5,000,000 of Confederate States money. t3"Gcn. Schenck Is now wwntroned as Mot ley's successor at the fcnuid of Bt. James, in case Senator Morton, aecUncs-Uiiit uoaijion. taTSecrctary C n I,ie H,illL,i nnJ Commissioner, Delano.! exacted to succeed him. A skf f&w doWn ,R"'' inhlt1 "l'on a kalf-prk admission to the circus because he had but one eye. tlTThe CC4MUS gives VanM City 83,286 an increase since I860 of 27,815. Kansas City tas now 11,021 more than Leavenworth. GTH Is asssrted that Napoleon has ton mil lions of Iranes secured o aeaj estate, Ihroiih the agency ai Brown Uiolhers of New York. tfTTho net profits ol Western Union Telegraph for the month of Auust nro put down bt $218,014. t2TSt. Cloud Is a total ruin. All the pic- Vnrea and tapestry were destroved by the fire from the forts. Bo savs a Prusniun dispatch. t2TThe oraclal returns of Nebraska show that the State legislature stands tliuHy-gU Re publicans, nine Democrats, and uino people's candidates. tSTThe suit of the Erie Railway Company against Heath, Raphael & Co., roprcsntail.ycs of the English bondholder,, lias Umb. trana- fbrned.faamllM 9 to Fedbral-courts. tynmmodoro Vandcrbilt, who until re cently had not entered a church for over forty years, has several times attended worship In the temple given by him to Rev Mr. Deems. tlTTwo Iron steamships are about being hull) at Belfast, Ireland' IVr service between Liverpool and Biillllnoro oud Ohio Railroad. Company. tyN.ijr.thiAtbunsMass., now manufactures aHli0f, tii9.ccs,oli shoes per month. Of these Sampson's cclestlah) turn out 800, and tr,lkjpj; Qrj'-plus; Qo-optiiaitivj) -i'Diiitjiwiy fjf" "Brick" Pomeroy has sold'ouHlia. Inter est In tho New York Daily Democrat,, but re serves sole interest In tho weekly. Mr. T. H. Lambert succeeds Mr. Pomeroy us proprietor and editor of the daily. tyThe refusal or Chler Justice McKean of Utah to nutralizo two person's, for the reason that they believe In the doctrine of polygamy, aUfceugh, not practicing it, is creating consid erable ng'4a,Un thero. GJTa-VWW"i Y '' Melz, which has witnessed the ntpsj blfiody battles of tho pres ent war, Is tho 4IK whestbe Romish priests, in l,fl6A.uin Uip muitu of tho Huguenots. It took tiwetoe bpui l,consuno the pile. Of A force u cat; r.rpaireca. to accom pany the New York L'HfhtuUR foxuscsjl trains on the; Lake Bhore Railroad, and watel). the viiccla and engine machinery, has lately 1mii;1) pulon.the route between ChiciiKo and Toledo, rWllaon. the condeiiined murderer of Varica WlilurJ, se. ins . lutein on starving lilmseltn .(t'Jh, According to the report of the prison , oJD.qliiU., he has not lasted food since tho day, I. kl& seiitencf, uow over a week. lITThe Bishop of .QaKtHtn lias been visit ing Duruiah, but failed lo obtain, an interview With the King, becauao Ula Majesty Insisted that the right reverend geuXkmnn. should mist cross-legged on a piece of, r.uiri(itl.. IgTTlie Masonic Grand Lodge of Ui Sfute of fceutucky la In nesion at Liittiavilb,-. Qvcn three li mi, J red subordinate lodges aru rcpru.-. bcnlcd. m dedication ceiTinoiiles of a Ma,-., sonic Widows. uud Orphans Homo was piT-v formed by the Ur,iud Lodge. tarThe Detroit Fre J'ltm says that the ex clteraeul "along shoru'' in relation to the alleg ed outUm or certain partes hoisting the Kt gllsh Hag over the rit. Cluijr Flats Canal Im provement Works I HljjiiHii;tt.nt of the desire of the people ou both sides o( tjio Hue tor an nexation. rarPostmahlr General Cm"WveU declines to withdraw his refusal to allw the foreign mails to go In the North OeriiHUh steamers. Re thinks the link or capture mid delay U W gnal- The rtrst steamer r tho new En gisline will be hero In Defender, wln,lliey ill begin to carry the malls regularly. drUUwark's propoauU for peace, lliroui;!, D irnslde. w.r uuynient uf an ludemnlty flghtJulJlIloqAMtrllng, AUace and Lorraine be puualitriU'V..''o' yv,ir ,,,1, ,1,un decide by,a.rdebWcltUtii their future status, Prussians lo.enter lirl and sign a peace there. The Pruselaus IndJgr.wUly refuse lh"o terms. t2T8ignal liien,.b).U ciuployed ou thelakis under the new syslui. uf.wuttJiIng the of storms aud rewrtis g by U'l' grsph and signal, Tor the bencMl at wumicrce, gous to their stations, and tue 'Utfitui will Commenced as soon as the arrungtiuiUcau Ve pf kuled. UTThe Chinese In Calirornla hare a Usrgr leg, nla(4 In mn Krsnclsco, whero tbi-y twtcj a ytsi to uiatnuute Hmhi upon trie gravis v( thelf, deoeaa rriends, and throw pieces charmed, papers o Hie wind, with a view Morclslnjf evl) sptriW., Hosrly J500 Celestials rtovntly participated (n, a oeremouy of Uud- UTA Mre- WilHil of PwrVuttmufo, WcM,hA aul agsinjU Willis Culhounka liquor JicJsr.for two luuulxed and fitly dollars Jor selling fe-r hwslisiid. liquor, thus causlag bim to neglect h is. UiUii siwides lh law last winter holding Hi scooter, IMUo (r damages that may be dou tg Mifi ntiraon rkom llqnor Is sold, and a Jury lviil iter verdict for 1173. flTThe Ooelogy of tho Utah Mounlutaia have been undergoing a slxwceks examination by Ihe Yl Oullcge Biieoilno party. country between the Urtto and Whlto ya, filasttd, 1, the explorations. This rum uruved of much WWUlflo Interest. aavi'i WK? Vi" lar divecd outaluiug great number of remains of eUct ciftcoUlle, turne(rrsiUwnithw M-iiiy of rhlnorr nd other trojttl nim ' post of which are new ti science. tyTho bombsntment of Paris Is snid to have begun on Friday last, but as only three shots were ffrcd tho damage to the city cannot have been scrloua. Ex-Gov. Mom.rxAi Bauti.kt (lied nt his residence, In Mansfield, O. on Monday last, in tho eighty fourth year o hUngc. Uc was n hatrve of Fayette county Pa. In 1811 he was elected Governor of Ohio,, over the late Gov. Tod, by a small mflfcirity. Ho declined a sec ond tetiu. During his later years his health has been fpiilo Infirm. of Tub Indiana Elkction Is not yet settled (is lo the fate or tho State ticket. Both parties claim the election, and ttio vote Is so close, that 500 voles will probably turn the scale. The State Senate Is ns close os the State ticket, and the Republican Journals o the State sa.y Hint the strength of parties cannot be worse than a tic. -with probabilities favoring a major ity of one or two. Tho control of the Lower House will de pend upon tlio course pursued by "Reform Uenublicans" elected by Democratic aid. Tlie (leU'gtili'ii In Congress 0 Republicans n,i r. Democrats a Deuiocialic caln of one member. Ohio. Oui majority on the State ticket in Ohio wlW be something over 15,000, about as first stated, and tho delegation in Congress stands the tame os at present. Schekck's Defeat is attributed by the Daton papers, to be due to the effort of Val lundighnm in bringing to tumr upon the Infirm and crippled soldiers or the Soldiers' Home at that yhecvtli tactics or the 6th Ward In the city or New York. The polls were surround ed by ruffians, and intimidation violence was made effectual In driving them away from the ballot box. Campbell's majority Is put at sAutliiiBg- less than one hundred, and as the number of tho old soldiers for whom Vul. has such a mortal hatred number some three hundred, this singlo manauvere brought detent lo one of our truest and ablest representatives. ut. to lo the p vrosch have be Ohio Conokessional Dkmsoa.tws.t-Below is given a list of Congressmen (ducted by district The dj;U.'galliHiJ U Holitical om plcx.tou, la. no changed, the gains. Juirt bahiuc ing the losses. The almost criminal apathy of the friends or Bciiknck, In Iho third dis trict, .after persuading Hlwt his own choice jtoiijiojvlng himself Vo be a candidate, Is any thing but anwieabh;.. The members or the 'Brcsen Congress are designated by au asterisk : I Dlst. A. F. Perry, Rep. (gain.; II. J. E. Stevenson Rep. relected. 'ill. L. D. Campbell, Dun. (gain.) IV. J. F. MeKlnney. Dcm. (guln.) V. C. N. Laniison, lK m. VI. John A. Smith, Rep. VII. Samuel Shallttbarer, Rep. VIII. John A. Beattey, Rep. IX. Charles FoBtcr, Rep. (guln.) X. Erasmus D. Peck Rep. XI. John K. Wilson Rep. XII. Philadcjph Van Trump !?rm,. XIII. Geo. W. Morgan Uem. XIV. James Monroe, Re.. XV. Win, P. Hpragiie. Rep.. XVI. J no. A. Bingham Rep XVH. Jacob A. Ambler Ri p. XVIII. Win. II. Upson Hep. XIX. James A. Oartleld , Rep. The. most dcstw.ctlvo epidemic that ever vjslted this country, Is tho census or 1870. It has swept off. 1.75,000 Inhabitants Irom CUlca- go alonc,,niiil. the losses. of the democratic par ly Iq so we r the ward of. the city ol rew ork, fill that nary wlUt. eonstewatipn and dismay; Xlcw.ipg this calamity In connection with the anticipated effects or some (r the re cent laws or Congress In clmckjng production,. it Is filling tho great Wtrld with aoiH of ma lignant frenzy, that Is spreading amou& Uie sachems or old Tammany, to such an extent. that It will be hard to say what the condition or the-pr!y will be on the 8th day orNovcm her next.. Tub New Organs. Picayune or Sunday last, savs : "A cargo or coolies wa.toved up yes terday to a plar4atln, about fifteen, miles above the city, wlmre preparations rfne bebig made for their pussago oii.tbo Ofieluusiia. RaiJ road, to be transported,) tho vicinity or tho plantations for which they have beeu imported. Tl,l 1 tlie second ol of coolies tliat lias been brought by ship direct from China bufc t)io i.mlinlMlif to. liiat. thov aro only tho uvairt eourrurt of mini more to come. Tiih PnoiiiniTioK TwKJt fails to ninko ncli a show as Is either aetcvame, or caicu luted to afford encoiirngLMiiiriit-fori-tlie Uillitlng mi niul atrriiL'tlionlmr of the cnum'. HowoviT good a coimo mny be, iinu liowevfri'iitrenciifu In our rcHtu'Ct, Hcnn Bcunvly hold lieqiouiiion, wlnalty lUo IndlHrrctloni of i Biii-sltd irk'tulu, wu nro cgntralnfd to Inko proiind Against it, I'vi'ii Wlifid U U only to disumiiiU'iiiuici) nml Imli-sx'mjiihiia. While nii'Hllire U limt to.tlio qitHHd ly Mich coiiKlrulned dtitiid, on tlio quo linnd, it also loiw hy tho coolness th,U tdlows dlHnpiioijittnpiH on tho olhur. Biu h It, nnd W tliluk, must bo Win effect of the polltlcRl. ii)OV(!iiiLuV nt, tho ltf ulectlon. When llb wicit Hint nil but IZ8, of llw voti-m of HiU county Unno iliown tltelr dlmioviil of ueh ctoiik tho causo Itself will mitljf ft cheek nnd b thrown buck,. Tl frW'iul prohibition, wo iecl will reply, to this, thnt reforms never no. go Bteniitty nun. uiuiorniiy forward, which cnnjvt but Ik Bt'jiUe.n gen ernlly true, but In mutters of pcwonid rlhts, tha leiult ney of the ngo U toward lilM-riillly nnd freedom of opinion,, TJlie lnfl.iiencQ lnw la yluldinx to Hint of onrjilon uud Idcna. It la hero wo think our ohiblilon Irleuda mlslitko the alans of the tliDiH, nnA nrfl work hiaalnal Hie current. TUiaa ta. If tjieso vlewa.nre admitted, rvnaon to litlhjue thu) the ninrcli of a whrdcaomo publiq aentVpinqt tho aul'lcut of tuinncrnnco, will fn aom time tocoino, fell, the obatuclea Hint nivve uceu thrown In ltwax nd which will only auriuountcd by delay atul cotiae.qiienU Irttk purpose, for muue llmo ttf.cmuWLaud tula effect will bo Iu the ratio of the wirtU,l wenkucaa nnd Biimmaa ol thb Ulo dcii.oiuitml.iit, nt polls. f of or this Ohio, retail of any to fc'lveu . Tiitc cciiaua ahowa tlmt there ro tho United Stittea tifieou citic of inott lluali 100,000 tnlinounilia encu, via . aiw tlxKJ'liilatloliiUiu, Brooklyn, Bultitnoie, CUWhjjk.o.. Loul, Uoaton, CncintittVi, w Orltana,. Waahiiiglon, iiunuio, Newark, S Kioioo,. Louivill, illiburgh. TUfw- w onijn i nns nacartn fV"" of one hundred tlioua-1 laliauuania, vli : the Enat InJiei, will 2 Oraat Britain with 1. n"l Ctli 18, Other r.alioin aland m the follow orde U U.U reaped s Turkey 10, i 8. Italy , lluaaia 5, Belgmui a ni'io ach 4 Autrli 8, and llolluna 'i. The rivers re At wni s The jicoide ol StiNVVtf gcni atiafied with the now rrt,ur of thing. French acntiinciit. ban tiol anowu ii..lf nttKiiaive v atuoo tke uautiuiauon. - ., Tlir liitva been ono or iwa luaiaiicca aoldier patrolitic city, from the windowa of liouaca. fiuloiita were ImmedinUdy apprehetided an. I t,r,.lirrliL to lllHlioO.. With tlU9 tation of ull cluaara of ciff n. For the Telegraph. The American Board and the Presbyterian Church. Two Important facts iravc an especial Inter est to the late meeting of the American lloavd For. I jit Misiinis In Brooklyn. fliu first was tint Sir well t the tmiNtwleli Island Mission. It was the beml -Centenary f the i-r-tablishmenl of that MisJen ; and the preehxis fruits of fLfly years had ripened Into an Independent ( hrwlain nation and cliurcli. The work was complete.- The daughter of Missions is herself uyvi n mother of Misalous, oc giving of what God has given to her to the islands beyond j no longer dependent upon a Missionary Society iu America, but sustaining her own Missionary Society to propagate the Gospel iu the Micronesian group. Tlie other fact was the formal separation from Iho U'inrd of Its Presbyterian members. This- separation was the prominent topic of the meeting, continually recurring in the nitd.-t f the other business. Nearly all the address es allu. led to It, and of many of them It was the absorbing theme. It was an eacasiua of sadness. It was the separation of long tcied friends; tho breaking gyjsfo partnership In which there had been not a single juror disa greement of feeling as lo the necessity of the separation. Both parties were satisfied that the time had come j. God's lijiic i that the act was of Providence, which had brought lbs churches to o position where a division of la bor was a necessity. The position of Iho Pres. bylerian church, heretolore, In connection with the Board, had come, through the Re union of the church, Uito connection with a Missionary Board of itaowo,, lor whose sup port and. culorgdinent it was. responsible. Tho church could not afford to carry on tho work of Missions with n divided heart, and a scattering hand.; uud tho' the parting seemed liktt the break lug uy of a fainily.lt was of God, ami luiiunn. attachments could not forbid it.. Mx. Ucechcr eloquently compared the scp- urjilbin to, that of the family when a child goes out. to set up for himself; and said that though the parents might weep at parting, the occa. sion was actually one of joy. They should bid the child God-speed, and both parties go forward with their sharo of the work, cherish ing the old household love. And sure we are that the old household love will bq cherjghed. Tho men and women who, have stood, so long side by side will not forget eqeb. other, when working in sepaiatc fields. Tho American Board will always be dear to the Presbyterian church, and, the members of that. church will be always ready U, Qoiue to the aid of tint old Society, whenever any emergency shall ren der their help Important. ! By this separation the mission to Syria and the Holy Lund, the mission in Western Africa, and the majority of the missions to the Indians in our own country are transferred to tho Presbyterian Board, It is expected also that the Ncstor.ian amj Persian mUsipus will be transferred ; but the matter, is kilt to Iho choice of tlie missionaries, and their decisiuH has not yet been rue. I veil. A largo number of Presbyterian mission- Vies will, for. the piettiit, Kiiinin ccu- uecled with Iho American Board ;; as it was deeuw-'d. by. neither party wise policy lo divide existing missions. The separation has been niauo without any disagreement us to the arangena'ut of the Mis sions.the relation of the Missionaries, o th division of property. Tho vote on every mat tr, involved wus unanimous. There can bo Hi I' doubt that a new interest In the advance ment or the common work will be aroused in the constituency or both. Boards, and that an uuliM-gcjiicnt of missionary spliit and labor will result. Thn flcld,.wljteb Is tho world, Is opening constantly before tho church ; and tho Lcuder of the Church, Is disposing hU ar mies for tho conllict of the Latter Day, tn The Wah News, present little oC intcrKM, ns no general cnyaeinenta nro cxpecletli whlla tho aiego of l'nria nnd JIclz nro in progrcas. ojulsiicccss aeetna only lo need n little time. NV o linv.o occtisioniilly French rumors of mi nor. ciigiiijeiot-n.ts, "l'iiys uttended with victo ry : but i'reuch ensconndu hns come to be pvoperly iiiipieclitcj,,uud.n dlMpnlch nnnoun dug Bucwss. to be genefully held In nbcynnco fr I'urllier, titlinga. It is almost surprising, liow I'lill'ereiilly tlio l'mashm ilipnUUcij are received, nnd how gcnernlly they nro bus tnlued and corroboruted by atibseipient newSj Tlio Tribune hns. tlii) following ij;nitlcnut nnd Important iirtlclo on. tho subject of tho war, mid the prospect for, France. Evidences of the illsorginiljeiiiion In France nccumulutu it ml prestige tlio early siilijectiun of Iho whole country. Tlio law leanness of the clt- ixena in tlio ilepiirtuiriits. unoccupied by the, (leriimn troous litis comiiulleU Uie local tui- tlioritlea to nsk uld troui Iho Ueucrul Uovern incut, llow v ni n tlm uemiiiul is. .nil know ho errors ol tho (lovciiimi'iit nt, lours, tlie bud conduct of tlja trooi.s at Oiieuns mill of the cilUens of Pirln,. Mtirseilles nnd Lyons, uud tliesu newly reported disorders in tho provinces clearly indicate Hint llieio la neither Bircngllt or lusposiiion iu, j;iueu in eoiuiuue the ainiKirle. Willi tlio mil of 1,'nrlt Franco cnpllulales, nnd (Jermiiny tlicUlii) her ternis.. BUFFALO, Sept. 28th, 1870. of on Uo of Win in, tnd ' tn.'fr ranee rnlly oi the The tTfrOt Editor TtU-gnwf.ln your paper ol the 2 llli bist., 1 noticed mi ivrllclo ou Iho dlscrimlr nutiou utudu betweeu local uud throiitjh frellits to the prejudice of tho business inter est of tlio peoplo of Aslitubiilit and other local shipping poiii.Uj alum; tho lino J I the M. S. uiid u d. n. it, The removal, vf Vho Gii.i.ktt Urog. to this city, ns a more favorable locution for shipping and procuring tlieapes mnnsportntton lor their uuirchaiuUse, U noted, as the result of such policy ou the part of. tho It, H. Co, Tho complaint ot urn air discrimination Rtilnst local uud in lavor. of "through" ship- in rs la undoubtedly a rensonuliU) one. You aay : "These things, His anld, Iiav.o been laid be- lore tho Compauios, and relief sought liom what seemed to bo nit unfriendly uud. uutulr discriiulr.atlon; but these, represcittullotis liny uilstu lo remove tlio evils) eoniplitliied ol. Peoplo Hying along the line of tho IV. 8. L, t). It li, or any other through route east west In Ohio,, will leniu and they should bate leavmid! Uik Uiut lalaylusconiplalnU boforv tho "Coiupaulps of yrcivancoa such tho one mentioned, Usvarj) sJinply, waslluK their ilnio. A more unfair dlacrlailuatlon, aftd eos affect all person who have to lravl ahori. dlstaucea by rail In the Bute of Ohio, W made In tho rata of passenger travel. Ho the good people of Aahtabula, When they have occasion lo go to Cleveland, cutpilre .why they have to pay tl 80 for a ticket, fithtr pusseiigeulu Uo aatue train and proba- blyiu better iaca,..6oliur thiotii.h ftoiu YorlcorJlutrulo to Chicago, only, pnyhftlf much for. Roluij the. sumo lU'ty. fiyo tulUaf Ilnye the over, luld compjuiiua bv fairs Companies, auiLbavo. they bought tbelr auy cheaper nuoa LuakiutUo unuulalutslf. Your . comadoudent would suggest compluluU iustoad of U-ug addressed, to Conipanlea ahould bo eldresaca to me lattir of tho State, by all who feel uiemauve aublect to an unfair illacrluiiuatlou In the ter or. freight or fare. It 1 aaid o most Lrglslaturee that lhy are "owned by tike U. Couinunlea." Whether that la Uuo of LrgMaturo of Ohio, I do not know. Perhaps Hon. Member from Ashtabula can enlight your readers on that p lnt. I think It will lie denied that the Legislature oi uie Stale have Iho right to prevent the "unfair dis crimination" in the large difference betw een through and local freight, and passenger ta riffs. If the Legislature has tho right to regu late these matters, tho peoplo should ileum ml that they exercise it. If the demand Is not piled, the nconlo have two courses from , . - , i which to choic submit to Uie discrimination-r against them, or select ft Legislature Hint, will S. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AtTKNTION SINGERS. The Anh- linln County Muxlcnl Apneliitlon wlllmt In ronvt-n-linn nt New Lyme, os Tiud.Y, OkIoImit Itotb, 1870. ClohiK Willi roiirt-rt nn 1 lmv"'iiY evening. J'rot. 0. A. UENThKY. Conihif tor. N. h. PAKKEIt, 8oc't. Tut order.of tho Proldont. Sw-85 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 1 OTICE is liurtby piven t'-nt tlio iiik (lcrKlirnml hiwhi-rn itntynppninti it ami minllBi'it s Ad nilnlHtratnrK on tho atm uf Janu s Klllln, dicinncd, lull: of KlUOTvillOv Aslltsbuls Cull my. Ohio. M.VKY KltXIJf. RIHfl CLAItA K1LLIN. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. TICK is liprcby triven thnt the tin (nii;aed jn he n duly npiinlnli d nnd qiinllfli'd an Kx rcnlor b Hie t'Pliilo of Alcxfuidi-r Mi K In noli deci'B'vd, lam of Aslilnliiila, AIHslula Count v, Ohio. St.'KI 0. 11. IU l.nt.lir. FOR SALE. Portable and Stationary Rtoanij Engines and I3oilors, T? ' I1 ROM 5 to 20 Horse Tower fw ite enmptetn rnnntnir ordnr. 8nltllo for 8nw nnil Orn- mhip, mtPCP, factories, e.. jraniHt avairoua v tavlnif M pur cent, call or addri'. VuifH Iron, Works, JlitSfi Koimevlllo, Ps. NOTICE TO COTRACTOCS. OKALEI) Propsals will be rooeived by Ihc tnconioiT.lcn IIijik of Aehtannla. t tho office ol i'liei-flori- Hull, liurk of mid HWL'e,. until twulvo o cm the Tlu it r.0011 of Monday, tlio Hih day ohNov;rnt''r,. A. I). '7(1, for the luyinu down or a Huwjur on Park, mniii mm nco- ville Hirvvtn In nald Vlllatru, a by the lcrin ofanoriUu-, auce paord by Council, Oct. Kith, A. 1., 187(1. Tho bids l.uaibracu the dllni;, laying and covering of raid fewer by the rod. The pipe will bo fnrliMicd. Blila will aUo be reculved lor ninklni; the nennry Wella for ilrnwlnv off ttie mirfaco water, and for the nrlce per rod. for htylni; House Connections. The Sewer Pipe lo be. i or 18 InchcH. Thb bids to contain tho full name of every Denaeo In terested In, the Mrtmt. and to. be accompanied tiy a mffl. cieiit guaranty of aoiiittdlHlnirrfirtted a'crson, that If the. bid Is accepted, a contract will be entered Into and the perforntoare of It proiierly secured. Plana and specifi cation! una be seen at theolltce of the Clerk. The L'enucll reserve! the rifht to reject all bld. , .KQ,.WTIAAIW. J. P. ROBEltTttON, O. W. D1CKIN80N. AhWluta, Oct. 11th, 1870. blr.et Comm. Sum LOITI A BUFFALO 110111?-On Sfindav Evening, Oct,9th,hetwein Jefferson and Ashtabula OTurMdD. Jr. AdanwkKlnBTl1le, Qtjlo. The Under will bo suitably rewarded by lua sing It nt- tnu owners residence in Anlilauuiu. 3mo T. 8. EDWARDS, A GENTS WANTED bv the AMKUIVAN KNITTINO, TON, MASS., or Bt.LOL IS, liy (22,r) ftmontli) i.UACIIlNB CO., HOS- 4wtlS (A A WEEK piiiil n-?oiil V" vt mate, ln. new muiitilcturlnji Ho capital rcipilrcd V Ih, iiiiilu or to rlujf biifliics J honjp Address Novkltv Co., Sac, Me.. IX EG Alt made from 10 hours, without drugs. 41K5 Ciili-r, ttc. in Bend in cents In K. HAKE, Cromwell. Conn. tplUUtUUV Wonderful and mlr. TJscy please uvury. uouy. xicut. a pacaaKe. o pacKuue" aA rteui post paia. dwiiu lor soiuu. v. i.cikc. 4WHO o Asior J lace, new iiira. T FREE TO BOOK AGENTS, It I will send a handsome Prospectus of onr Now Illustrated Family Hiblu, to any book cluirKH. Address, natiohav i -tajs 111., i;iuciliuuil, u. or di. liuuis, nu, AKyt, free of. Address, Nationav ruaMsiiiNq.vo., unicagu, 10? WADE f"r;m 60 Cunts. Some ihhnr nnrentlv needed by everybody. Call ml eittiii u. or samples sent (iKistnire paid) for 60ct. th (t retail foril0. It.L.WouoTT, t)m'liainlej.8t,N.X. GENTS Wuntt'd for our N.cw Book. A "THE EXPOSE, uSonThv i'u,rik sis I'rtt'tt ii ' Full nrntitrtliiH M4ti.liUI.tHLr ri'VUtlUOIlH. Antll'CIf lir-liltftAr a UUln MOIIMONH AND I.M,.r Illus-. tml. ,1 I'aires 476. rrlce H. r llll OI siiirililiK isni. uiiu . . T . . ... " t J.I lll.'l L' W 111 ft III IML ulonliiiiiiif revetitions. Ainue.r ,i-.i.iv.-ii . i.i.i" iluiifoid.l't., or I NION I't H, lyO . I lihi'lio, 1. -ttsO W ANTED Amenta, (20 per iliiwPt y T sell Ihe ueU limli-d I1DMK SHl'TTl.E StiWIN O. MAdlllNK. Hus the underfeed, makes the "link allien iiw. ..n lu.Ui siiles.l uuil is In 1 1 v licensed. 'I lie lust mid cheapest hiinlly sewing munliW In the mtiiket. Ad dri ss, JOHNSON, li.AUK I'D., Huston, Mass., I'ltla burli, 1 1. c nieuo, ii'., or ru. i.ihii. .u. " iijii;-xAiii Young- Hyson-. lAKMKIl'S IlKLl'Kll.-Sliowa bow to 1. douhle tlm prollta of the Kurm and how farmers and their sol a can eueh uiuku ei.00 DXJIJUW l'EU MONTH, ln,Wlnljr. liMJCaplcawlUV mailed rree o ryrniw r. I name aim auuiesa 10 .u-.nj r.n a .v HiMid uume ciiiniili, Ohio. 41 So A LAutiE AKSOlir-tlKM r ot liooil iV. Hervlenhle Second haiid OrannK, from 3H0 to 4I.VI0 for ulu at very low prli-es. 8und for pai-ili-iilars lo K. (ii 11. lli'QK, lllll Tremout HI., lloslnu. Vilss, 4t AOKNT8 WANTKO FO- FBEIE LOVE. i a a e &. oc aa that. aud Kw a the tick els that the lgta mat State R the IT& VOTARIES. Dr. J)lu K. Kllia. Stupondotis revelatlou. and aUrttliiKdUclnswes. Thn whH .iilijeel luld hare and lis hlileousness exposed to niilym Sill eXCC.m.1 Hill. UrtlltH WIS tHrtrw VJ hikmihuh. rirtMliiiluuantl ritfHiC Mot uttv. neuu nirvin-,uwi.M ternis. It. 8. I'libllshlim Co.. N. Y Oincliiimll, 1'hli-a. K,aid8t. liuls. l"" WJSLZS' GARB0LI0, TABLETS. A N ur.failinpf Remedy for all Uronohin. . iittnrnltius,.voujfn.,.i.uiiis..jiiHrsana-, Asiiinia, lllstherta. Uryuasx ot the Tkioal ur Wlli4 flpe and. all Calatrbul dlsrases. The wondernrl Uivwv of I arnol- tc Acid. Is destined 10 nocorae one oi me n-reaim Intis to mankind Iu Its appllcailou lo diseases of the llu nmu Uaeo. and Us ureal curallve himIIIIc lo all affec tions of the eldest, Luuiia auu wwiuacu I)U. WELL'S CAR150LIO TARLITS, beside lhtntltn''rbltA(liI eiintala other In. r...lt..nlM iiiiiwsvMuiiv ri-.ciilullleuded. which rheuilcnuv conblne, ptodnctai! Tablet more hlu-hly medielual aud heller aduplvd for diseases of the human race, than auy preparation ever dvioiu uiuiriai iu m uauuv., r or woitmi w. vtnuREN no more eBlcatloua reoaed can be found; In fact, the Tablets aro a Hpoclllc and iK)ld tw iftvoa for this palu fill .HllVrinir of our Utile one . tu.alt, casua where Klilnev. do not pcrKirm trmtr fnueilons pmpurty they smaiia Be rroeiy umeii, wmu r..!!.. Th... ar., liivMiuahlH as a are veui it lv of all dis eases of a Coutaglous naiura, aud to ssuiily atiutild initial tueiu. Try Well' Caibolio TaWuts. Pr1s aacpexbox. Bent by mall on receipt at John t hat. hi hy V... T Umm. S4 i'UU St., N. Y.,sole ag'l lor Hi.hl h. llrL"lt.. HE INCORPORATED 4 A.hlahuuv. VILLAGE Mato' Orrica. 1 ToeJaiwiihlo7I' tnhWUrnlfth. lcrpor4d,VJllKiiuf.AshwiiuU, that ky virtue ! ttlawM te ay psisawa wiUilulol. Ulala, U ll, Mraar Hi. dsv iiImi eWfluw hs-lsi shi'kin satd a tale; and ll Is Hi. duty of aersosj x.l'm.anf ptat for I i....u. ..iH t.t f,lrit,.ua. vlnoa oruiallliuliorstocloM Ihelr esUulshmeais on said ;, saxlesiihu "smutty, liml. due and liuprlsoumoiu i wu. v . .. . .1 i.u ....liHuif nkj a.HuJ i.pVT, A II uersoil. are uwipj - - - .. , vlsliisorsaWaci.dlhataU vlolaituua .? Ia wtllalllijoel uie uiimuw i . ..-, .,. inea. 1'h Msrsliall and his assistants are riulnliiBd .wn,iiiiuil..iL 1m iUiism all nouses luimu vioiaiiuu ui S'-"- vUlaus uf I Ida art on the Hih J of iKioler, A. 1). ad l I'oiM.M fin Wiwlih all vlulullou. Ihereuf loth . t d a . k. .1 ... . If A kill A uH A Ik Italia. or. mme una urn t7 v l.' LCi,V,', 7,7 , 111 DM .iis.rnauusi ). Teacher te J!-ca initiation. TlIK BOARD OV EXAMINERS Ashtabula Cuiuty will hold meeitng as folls) I Couet, Nov. ja. On Mondy ev.ulni Nov. 14. a Tewher' Inatltala will b huld Iu itoiinokut nuder the dlrvoilea of I'fuf. bchuilei. and e-Jii'lnuo until ihe 11th. . ' ' II. V. JOUMSON, Clerk of B"rd. Orwell, Bept. tO, WTO. , WltOWl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TYLER & CARLISLE ATIE KOW OPKNINO AN IMMENSE STOCK Olf- Fall & Winter Dry Goods To which they eaJtitka Kipeetal Attealiinvqt CASH UUYERSs RES3J3 QOODS.. In rit(sther enn show .0 A&sQr.tnjtqt Q yinld Alpacn, Tartan Plaids,. All-wool Plaids, Empress CUtli8-s Jlerinos, AlpnccM4, Bilka, Poplinak Imp'al BppK Tycoon Repa, Aj,uus, .Ac o.. siiAWta. Our Stock Is Complete In both dingle and Dttnplo lor LAUle. ailfl.atl.aea. SHAWL 8U1TS something mUr?'7 Ne-!.' WATKR PKOOFH-Black. Oroen mix. Win mix btrlpuaud Ureeu Hlrlpe. CLOKINOS and VELVKTEEN8. l.QB,COLLAH8 In Real and Imitation. TUKEAD EDOING8 and Imitation Imupiinv FJTA1NI1H. UWU afAIiDKEUCniKFS. UK.'tMJiD 8T1TC1IRD, and L. C. UANDKKUCIIIKFB IMJtOK AND rOLOKKD VEUVKT RIBBONS. ' ha HOSIERY & GJtOVESc. 1 Ub nt llnalAPV IHd fll'SMI. Will will fllld all Varieties and Prices, from the CheapMt,to (lie Uealr- ffr both Ladles and unuarea. KID GIi&YE&T-a splendid article for 1 a pair. Ladles and Cent Merjuo Underwear at popular prlees.. FliAEIBO piaaa.SRVWIte, Bias, Gray and and Checked. OPERA rLAN!?El-Wn, 8rjet and PUtd, SllAKEB and WSTOX rUAXNC'. KHtis3fc-Bo(lew4 aaJ'BsJssotali. BLANKET8-WWU WooK-M,.lli MIB W qoarter.. BLANKETS and LAC ItttHB. CLOT1I3 and BEAVERS. WehaTaaukiaajiTerT larx as dt Mob to oar stork riolhs and lisaivars for Me aud Boy Wear. Also, aempleu Ha of TAILQR'S TK!kWWft. the I thai be ol nrAw in , i, J Ono, Jiay- ' i of A, . Onr Motto la a oar price be furs V vuw piwasura. . nick aad email prott look uyluK. war gooo r uiqi ms. VV Vlre4Blok. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. D. W. HASKELL tfl Ol'EHUNO DAILY. ' JJtEW AUT). SEASONABLE DRY GOODS TlIK CWiacna f AsrUabuh ant? Tretbi- Srtcotdlally Invited toeaUand eaamlae STOCK audi FRICES. BeaemtMC-l atlrm no Connottlioa to TJSDBlUHLk saa Im ut Uooda ,protnd hiks(K I sell the BEST BLACK ALPACA MADE,, a 40h 50h 0h 75k tuod 90. cenl v $U t keep Beaver Bracd; 8irk-flnihed, black PUliE. MOIIAUt, cunning U- paiee- trom, 85 cents to ft, &c. lhye BLAQKBiyLLIAIirrUSEcslwhiiayv ant wry nJcA-gpedit,. MBRlN08h A. wjf Larg8tok at LpKErjqB.. KVI-PUESSi eLOTIIS. Stock ComjilcU-ajt Low popular trices.. POaTLINS, PifcAIDBvKEPS, &C. in fact a Fnll Line nt -i-v r I- ijrcss uoous; Thjit v)ll pleas. the. mpt Sstidtons TIUMMIN.G SATIK" UtackVihlte, Blue,. Giaeu, Bh, auO. Bwwn. 8JLK. ATD VELVET' RIUBO, Endless Varitst. BLACK. A1CD BJIO WN VELXETEEN, Very Stylish Goods.. CLOAKINGS, In Beaver, Alfac!sn. Chinchillas, Felts, A WATEU-rROOFS, niek riolil Mixed. Green Nlrod, HlaWc. iAinscll- lug these Goods at low watar mark. SHAWLS, Qpip)an4 Single. A largo Stock. Flannels Blankets. GORED SKIRTS-, IlfcFelt, Cloth and Wunel.. XAIINS, BEBL1 WOOi &c, Ae. EMGRGiDERY PATTERNS, mbroldnry Cajivasa, Embroidery Java WW, W- 04 a aa 1 hav nod IMsNl nai eat ujnerU T. ,tock; r. tluii It was never Bwra full thaa ai in pn. time, and I know 1 am filing tt for.aa smallan vance from cost, M any, of my, nolijhbpra,. CALL AT . W. HABK-EtL-S, 4 nit fjt, joax won' w,rth Terl itm Crockcrr, Cmckcryv Cannot be exeUd In rariaty, quality, and tlx I WANT CA8U, 4b1 f oa't waaUaavf winded ssutfc p.. Wfc HASKELIa, AabtatNila, QcUMhJSQ: U84.. .iil .---' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1MT0. 1H70. FALL TRADE. SMITH. & GILKEY, Arc now oponlnn ft ftno Hue of. GrOODSt I) Hub 1UJ8S 0001)3, In glcllltan Clollis, Norwich Pop,. KMPKERS CI.OTII8. Plnlds, Morlnoa, Ac. 11MC. Tumcso fur Montjilna SulU. , ; , : HUSH POPLINS, to hcantlfitl shadca. BLACK and Fanny HHIts, Velvets nn Ribbons, Velve-. teens, irieuktiigs etc. JOB LOT NAPKINS at 1,80 per do. TAI1LE LINENS, Conntcrpancs, Table Covers. CAMIirtlC EDOINOS, Laco Fdgtngs ln. tt.etil and units, tution. LACRCOLLAJIS BLACK OUPPUKB Sdgtnga,. BAJOU'S KID OliOVES, In Orocn nd all destrablo' Bhudcs., BLACK ALPACCAS, wo call especial attention to. 1 Double Face and Flue CoMoIiik. . Cash buyers aro earnestly Invited to call and ezami ,lno for thcuiselvus.. Aehtabu'd 8sj)t.. l7fl. SMITU OILKET. nes 50 Boats and Shoes Cases save one 1 1 E J. i- P. ROBERTSON, &. SON, have- tveelved aLchcincstahlishraent during ttepswt ten day, the above nn ntl'y of Hoods, wtiieh are now open and ready for infection, aud which, they one offering to. those In wnut i f A Good Solid Understanding, r-i I-,.- 1 1. ,. .n,mn niAlltv nfu-nrlr as Mn he fnniid . We alion.inplc tho,- Shodily, Low priced- Boots & ; Shoes from tlto llnb of creation. and have sclented our stork from the best manufheto- rlesat Trov, Elmyra, Btittalo and Uluguaiulon, . I. aud Watcribrd, l'a. Our Stock of 1 .1 AT : ATn.a BKnna H VUilllK ijliasi a uuu iti-u o iuvvn, I ' - TA..11 1 Trfunl !. fall. ,Wa, II .T; l 1 .1,1 wn. . v , . t . . HD A Splendid line of MISSES Calf Polish, Pehblo Gont, Goat, Serge audi Berge i'oxea KThcv can't hfil-bnt sstroar tasteful and dlscrlmlnatlng CUStOIQIk'S. The. best selected and fliieatillnaial SADIES post- nud Scrgo Irutton and Lace Goods rcrat can no ioihm nereos eauwncre. Our Blocker, Elmyra and Waterfnrd Boot,, speak forr fcthemselves, all haurt mide and warranted. We will try and merit a eontlnuance of pasl favors andi llivor II, Willi ineir iMinnwuc. JOHN P. KOUEKT80N A SON. . K 1 IVlo justice lo all who favor m wilh their ialronaRe AtAtabwia, !i;t . !)b, 1W7. EVERY FAMILY SHOULD II AVE IT.. iu. Giiiini:TTii'i Extract of Juniper. ASA Delitioiis Tonic, health z. fill, and nirall se for all dlsease.of.th( tho !lvl ,iivyand Madder, Uiee of ApiMttite, ly ptpsla. Nervous. Debility, &c, it la nnilvall-. oil. I O r emu IDS ll IS esiiee.iiiiijr ivwunipnuuu i'.ii. nil IrriMmlitrllli's of the nielise. and dlsor BixTBAClU icrs peculiar to tholr system, as It can be na-. IjUNiPlal ,-d with rerraet. safiy. In malarious district. lit Is ai-feat preventillw of rover and Apue. UHAS. o. rAULKNEK. iVLOiesaie AV. 8mSil 40 Barclay St., N. Y. Kio!jt Pdiitilleoi mi HURRICANE VATCNT Lantern Company Offiet 40 Barclay Bt., N. Y.,(Vp Slain.) OFEER1S to the jiublio ft Lantern eambtntnir safety and.: economy with eletficce aud useftilness.. It canuoi expioue-i it eives a k""u ok", , tier; ,J ..miMtinies less oil tllBll.anV Oth It is mil utsturiiea oji tte-uiKiiesi wmu, and if tlie glass i broken It ia easily re-. placed by means of Hie screw. They are universally liked where they havo-j been tried. amlooft' " ad ROOK AGENTS Con-nako H09 por month selling TlIK MEDICAL ADVI8ER5 , Y DR. THOMPSON. A stantiaroy household mrdhic. work. As snch it l endorsed. by the most eminent physicians Nortn, Benin Mi ano. Vfest? Its merit aud rVlClHty.ar thu. P'y0" question. No hook orterj K'BirllffiiV Send for circulars with terms c. Ales NA1 IOB- . A L I't.ttHStllWU " f'"'. "'. aOHESTNUT TliKhA- l.iou.oiiti, 4U1-. )V ehestolfeetblirh. "'' T1mue "'"""'rr. CeSrA.klOKItS.I.A 1 00.000 I Si Mouth, can "bo. .i. w . .i,.u,l .n,l snllahla man In a sore, safe boat-. Sess. Xn Investment of J6 will return. , clear -pniiH of 4TB. For partirulere call ou addis Uie NOK1 U AMKU1CAN PU-ltjlU. CO. k,jiiioivv. York, 4184 .N EWSl'Al'EU ADVERTISING. A TtewhookofWpaire. PstCfl u NEW YOItK NEWS CO.. New Vcrk. 4t4- D1 OStand Gr 3E1 XX rLINT Cla.AS LAMP CHIMNEYS Heat better than any otucr made.. t..k ihr Dithrldaa'a. ana Uk no other. Be that ov Mat 1 on every boa. DITI1B1IM31S. SOS. HUi.bnrgh, Pennsylvania. .-a.nd for Brlci Ust. 4w 1084., A DAT!" 40i now anticlca. tpi;- Agentex Bamplesrs. . ai. . - 4W1U9. -I nmm Psisisid- lanrr nosi af ilvasboaae rer for ll VilOTilKJia. ' Isasssrlsdh 5 4wlOSS r Vrmt . a sr . n :va a i TN.vr. RoYAi HAVANA LOTERY.-VrU e cashed and iniormauon iiinnsnou "j . 4UH4 tIEOKUK Ur-HAM,rMvtdenf.R.I. 50 Cent to, $5,P0 pat Etanipg at Eb 7 E ARE rreparod- to furniah protlta. blu employment to Men and Womea at thelf home. One ier.oii Iu eauh liwalti.v to the United Slaw ti tbi. hu.iue.aat itn-l wK. send. i, fulTl-rticnlar. aud valuable wuiple which w 1 1 do to commence work on. Any person seeln "i See, who want profliahle. peruiancul work, should send, asjW .r wllhoutiuy. . 4WI AVOID QUACKS A Wthrt of eai . . ., . i d. h ii ureiruuurv s-ov ly InillftCWllon, causiik mw.4"i- . r---,,,,1 - ciyiav:., ba,Uut tried a vulu 'fcV:Al'fi '.' ha. aitfliiift means areir-.lire.'Htli Mllb'. U kl I.,now-surTrers. AUdresa J. U. lUIit. Naaaaa St., New Vork.