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T JAHKt RKtti. flyr Tmf InvarlMy in tlV' Local & Miscellaneous. UiMfll fog vT a. m. No. Vl frark Row. I), t.. and cwuw qMf-' , No. 40 Atfc Row, N. Arc duly amji'ulfd fren,W To? He Telegraph, la that oily, i4 arf fully empowered tod prepar 4 to contract fog Inserting adrarttscrneuts, for us at flf lowaa oash rata. Advarlsera In thai elly, there for, tMklnc country advertising, will Bnd their fayor promptly, honorably and corneily amended to (f elt With altuar u( tb eboT kouse. Full Pocket ( t bo snuccil jr tie Coin, pisn Pcm Cpurf of Uii CfiiQty, en Monnyt the88rdpst. Tl)B Clp?spf JJnsrd pf;vtucii)a has su perceded Uio 8penperl,n; wrltlm hooks by lhoe (jf Mrwsrs. Thoiipbow ft Bowlbb. Tub Report of Ue Directors of t6 County iutrmary flnJ I'lspe in tl'l Rsuer as liitl pitted Itat week. Tlie erlilliltlou s a very sat isfactory and creditable one. Ttys Iurnnp, pu Ilia rjboo-fly Bar, gf the Mississippi sUauier M'Giix, on tlie night of he 14th, carried to their graves by fire, frost find drowning, abflu, j0 pursons. Consolidation. The ,qrk of cflpsolida ling Internal Rereoue pjatricU has begun in New York, Pennsylvania and Qlilo. ye may not expect tha) the work will (top until ft is Pnisbed. 7 Snm,etji,pg of a mammoth swipe was raised ud slaughtered, by fr. L. Gkoybr, of Wind, or, In thUcuupty, which wejhed SI? pounds, at the age or 1 years. It was of the Chester White breed. Mrs. J5. M. Picrikboic, of the east part of he towf, is gettiug up a club for tlni Christian 'Union flee.cber's paper and will be glad to gather up whataubsoijptiou she can fur send ing In without delay."' ' Oun Fbiep Pkatt, who we Jearn, has .been enriching the columns of the Jtffereo. rian for a lew yrt,cjj: past, jtaj, as he inlormed us it was his expectation, gone la Toledo to enlist his pen upon the Cotnniercuit. Strong Scqvillk. We have failed to .call atjtfotjon to the dvertlaemcn.t of this Arm, wUo jiave opened a shop' In If ulbert Jllock, wbecey will give prompt and skill ful attention to gunsnhing and jobbing and Repairing generally. ' ' Business CnANow. By announcement in another place, it will be, seen that the old Firm u Lesars. kHT ;r, l?ry .Goods Dealers, will be dissolved ma the 1st of M irch jiexl. The &to,cjk pu hand i to be dosed out at cost, if possible by that date. The Livery business a Messrs. SiloiCRAFT ,& Carney, has passed .by purchase into the lianda of Mr. Wit. Bowman, who .can Jake in ai a glance e good points ,of a linfse jiud handle tbe Vvus a? well as the n,ext man. " 'T ie business will uM suf er under bs adaiin is ratiou. Church Organ. The Presbyterian church this village have ordered a $1,500 o'riran, which, it, is exacted, will ba in readiness not far from the first of May next. The expense is mainly f be defrayed bjr jfods collected by the la,dieatof tbe .congregation at their social gatheitings. If you use, the JLestlier Preservative to leop yor fet dry, Breakfast and Dinner .Cefee or 8wec,t ChocaltC .ory,9ir beyijrage ,in ,tbe morning, (Carbolic Soap or .Camphor Ice for ynur.cbtppcd hands, all of .which you can get at Swift's, you will be prepared to bresl .therjns of winter and presept a healthy .appearance. " IlBALTn Ihviooratohs. A good broom, 'if .daily used, is a capital lliinif to expand the .chest and givegqnil tne to tie health. If In jits use one does np.t .fiver-task their strenztli ; jto js aso f.ne.gf Qv'j few yVushing Ma ,cbine.s, whjeh dias been tried In our laundry and found pfaing fn this particular. Read the adverliscnjeut.ip another column and see ,all the other advantages claimed for these An Austinb irg correspondent of the Sentint', ,aays- "In digging up bodies for removal, from te t d Vyebb,burylng ground, Mj 8axbt took up a few days ago, a petrified body. It hadhe appearance of lime tbe flesh being all chapged to this material. of apparent petri ,flcaiion, )Ze bad beepuiied over fifty .yearn. Th cofllp was WjhOjie, .though full of water, in ,a gri.Te ab.out .seva feet.de.ep.jjp.filay.soil." "A Tamc of Sin." We have received trom .the publishers, L. R. Hameisly & Co., Phila delphia, a copy of a fascinating and well writ ten stfliry pf JCoiiljsh.life, by jJopNx Lupiow, a celebrated London Magazine wiiteri entitled ."A Talk or 8in," but as the author remarks, (t is mprs s.tale of suffprlng tha,p.pr.sin. -The ttok :1s a satire on that Epglish' .society which for bids noblemen from marrying the daughters of those who are held (o be lelpw them in lite. It is embellished with a well executed engrav ing of Mart Latnb, tbe untortunate heroine of the story. The price is S3 cents, to be bad of the jrhjuUejt;- ' ' r' ' ' The reader will perhaps reccqllect (he flo .BRi.nJiueriln a publje jitrtit,in ew York .citr.Mi.ly fin aeemb;r morning of 1,868. and lheroitelry,tb,at,hia hung about it and its perpetrator, That ."murder will .nut," has been forcibly shown, in tbe slngt)r discfiry ,of tbe murderer of Mr. Nathans a short time since, and now that of Mr. RoojtRs. In the presept case, ths nmrdems a jppvict in Au ,burn prison, paiped jFrapqis .Piptew. ;IIis toarfpgt apd,t)ie.shrewdness of the keeper led (lo the discovery and. a. confession of tbe crime. The prison' o$eials say that Jils disclqatirts are lis every reapept conclusive of his guilt. He is refusing food at present, declaring that ha will yet clear the gallows by starvation. Uhclb Gsobqb. JJp one who has ever vis jited our county Jnflrmarj wl fprget tbe yen .rable grayead, apd.tpe uleaaaRt and happy manner ol the old colored man. commonly kniwn bs'Unclb Obobob.?' ,His age ad eialtn tpava been the servant of" his illustrl ,u namesake Otoaoa Was'hi'woton added 1 !U .,nW!ftS,V? iR? disposition, made .lm . KV.-9tV rVPonlf P ppfnjrtipjto, and xw,., ujuim nun a piace in toe memo jfiei r ipaoy w'pp b'.ail seep him or enjoyed ,b's acqtaidlanoe. How well authenticated his elalm mtyba amon; tbe many similar piaims, we Bnow not, or whether bis knowl m&!t or the great ep ch of his blrt, 9 i there t?! 1 lPu8peayears,;is well founded, we bay no means ofVknowlng.'but bis guile leasttass of charACtair forbids 'a doubt o Dn'cle OeV'yeraelty, and we Ve.iva bis claho in both case, of age and beln of the bpusehclld fOf tbe sage of Mt. Vernon, were pretty geoer ally eratllksd. Uit age, by his f wn computa lUn, was 118 years. JTull of years he was orely ad If poi of bonoV be was at least booarad aid tateemed by all who knew ,lm. - , '. - s . A Rat U V1T. recently came off in Cham pion, Mahoning Couifty, that results In the tbe destb o il77 tiidents.. ' Coob A CixAQon, ififyiiii&, are tbe paiuters. -of the Smith Opera scenery, that U sHrs9Uug so much attention a,na com mendation. Tb,e W9rk now ebou floUbvd, and tha e a ct is very ftue, s riaing me mmu pi tbe beholder wilh dmrsvP, ?( the order and arrangemeptf the cppws.pU an dtness of parts." siie cleyerness.p.f eotnbjnanon (or producing be best effect, as the whole was portrayed in the mind of p artist. Tie Haj with Its. (pnimodlousneas, accommoda tion and range ot appartments, Is creilllahjo as a,p ccesalan, to onr vill ige pistltutloQs. and ppepaily credlttilile to. the liberality and, taste of ts proprietor, who is expending bis means with a generous frcedum for the welfare and advancement of our locality. "WoMBN'a Hiouts and Mkn's rTohts," by Jrs. Whitman, t Al'llvl M"'1, 00 Wednesday eyenjug, fied ti( brjp put a house, and the jupturer bad but llttje to call forth her enthuslnfip) and power. Showjng lier disappiil'nl'pjent on taking (he stand, she however detern)neJ tq njake Vlift jicat 'of It, and proceeded to give her lecture, which was really worthy of a full hpuse. Iter views up qn lie different branches of tbe subject, were those at good sense and souni(judi;eirep(, and her Instructions and advice to those in the con- fugn af nte and those cpntemplatipg an en ranee into it, were wholesome snt wrl cal- culatccj to turn attentiqn In tbe right direc tions. Being of flue personal appearance and manner gaud, tbe impression upon her hear ers it pi pleasure apd approval. Tub Wbkb of Puatbr. Tltne bas elftuscd since the closing of this season, for reports I'ronf foreign, climes and the programme is re ported (9 have bjsen strictly Carried qut. The bond (hat pan thus cause millions of people to act as oi)e man mum, indeed, be a ' st'roug one, and Ibo though carrjes wjtfj 1 sonfetjifiig 'of grandeur, that challenges our admiration. If High Heaven leuda a listening car to suppli cation, aud there la the unlimited power and efficacy In prayer which the Sou of Man lis tened aniljiiiculcated,and of the truth of w hich rcvelaliop, In the past, and olrsei vulinn, and tbe history of our times, furniub so many no ted confirmations, with what i'ee'lings must we contemplate the fact of the whole 'Christian world bowing in devout supplication at the sunte time lor the same ooimuon objects. Is it singular that juhnuid, as we ur told the late observances bave done, .excited wjnd,er and admiration f MGSj)HS. II. D. knoall & boN.ofCleveUmt, 9bliglngly gave us, the oilier duy, an accouni of liicir glove trade, which seemed of sufil cieqt interest and importance to .warrant a passing notice.' this branch of trado is now enlisting some little interest wiib wearers, and more especially with dealers. The disordered Slate of things ju France, whence come the tine kids, lias largely cat oil' supplies, aud the prices ol the slocks on bund have been corres pondingly enhanced. Kroju f 2 .25 to 'i a pair is Hie range at retail,' We 'are credibly informed that the latter is the ruling price at Steward's mammoth concern, N. Y. The in yestmeut, theretnre, where ,thc trade is large',' is much bcyyiid any previous conception of ours. As the hrm alluded to mujie .this branch a rather prominent one of their trade, their re tail stock is usually from $5,000 to $0,Qo6, and all of tyie nigher raiige" of qualities. The umount of llieir annual trade W(J1 uo.t.fnU .be low i'33.(k6'. "This department is presided over by a young lady who seems to be piaster of tbe situutioii, ' and coiulucis it with the same quiet courtesy and attention that charac terizes the buaiuess of the estublisbmeut, and renders it so popular a resort'. Tub Concert of Ptnup tuiLLips, at the M. . church ou Friday evening of last week, was very well amended, aud of a character quite pulque ,in he.liue of public entertain ments. Every 'piece performed was' of a de- volipual and decidedly religious tendency, auu 11 was Ipe evuleut object ol tjie rierformer to reach ihe hearts of his audienco. ' This ten dency aud object bad 'their effect. The audi euce felt their best tecljng's stirred, and their attention was fixed aud earnest, "jhe selec tions wero of tilts mist si.nple c.i x racier Sun-day-sobool Uym u. as hec.illed theiu, amt tlie sentiment was rcndl-ru'd In his well' modulated Cadences, with all the distinctness of eiiuucia tionol good rea'.ltug, witu a vuipu Well trained and ol considerable compass, and' capable of falling to the soflojigs aiijl sweetness of a whis per, with ap instrumental apcoinpau'iipent of equ il range, touched witha master's hand the effect of ihe purformaiice upon the au.licucd in ly be imiued. Tuey sat an hour aud a ti ll", and when th last piuce w is aiuWincud, sue.ned still anxious to remain. V11en we beard of Phillips' sinui so lis into the bet ter world, wa wero rituer disp sjJ to loin it au ex ig isratipu, put when we came 'to list, n to hi. n, and sou au J feel his powr, there wus no room left for doubt or skeoticism. Our peaisou u UjJ olesi Pjillips and his mU- sion. It may be added, that the sweet toned in strument that Mr. Phillips brought witu him wis purchased by the church. A.- Y. & P. Railroad, The Warren ,Vhron(cie, informs ua that engineer Babbitt, the jsngiueer uf the Company, who was for two or ,tbree weeks engaged in riipning the lines n liher aide of the Harbor, which are ip bouud.the possessions of the Cp'iupaiiy iu that vicinity, bas since been occupied for some weeks past iu running trial Hues Irom the graded purl of the road,' In IjfUtol, viaililes. to Younstpwp. ,'9n'e line from jiles pass s up the Mesquito creek valley and over tbe ridge, crpssiug the A. & G. W. Ry. near Jacob Ewalto, in Bazettr. By this route they find a good line to that point, but there encounter a continuous grade of 64 feet Jo tbe njile for nearly two miles, and making an' expensive liue- TJf.S'l'V in (jrojfi liiles Is via Warren. Tina continues on the south side of the'M'i honing oad ,tu a point about one apd a half miles south or Warren, wh'e're'lt crosses the Mahonipgwad, and.skirtiug the east part ol the town, crosses the A. fc ti. W. Railway, 800 feet east ol the freight depot ; then by a very direct and straight line west side of Red jtua It finds its way to Bristol. This Hue Is found ta be very favorable for grades and pop struction. Irst, along the Mahoning road where tbe maximum "grade on .that road Is put .tweoty-pue feet tp the mile j' froip'ifa crossing 01 tnat yoaa the largest hair or the line is of a tevel grade, encountering at .the Champion summit the maxiinuufor one and a bait' mlles,"a tblrty-tree"feet grade, which by a slight change Of the 'line can ' be reduced . less ihso thirty feet. ' Tbia line la abimt forty rods' longtjr 'han lie Qtr, or J3aie't'ta line, being made so mainly by a divergence at Warien, to' accommodate that location. A atralgljUine.rrpm the proasing 9 the Mahon ing road to Bristol would civa an cmmli fair line and reduce the dUtance toj or below tbe Basettaline. This will perhapa afford an answer, to tome extent at least, to tbe occaakn Inquiry-why ,.J,.",wo negna, ana what U tba reason for oslay. Bundat Cbbbsb Mabiro. Mr. L. D. Bad qbr, 61 Llndenvllle, bas Ix-en running a cheese focl'ury, as U well known to many or our citizens,, and Mug a man whose life Is regulated by principle rather than etpedleucy, he bad, on the start, to meet the question oi ruuulug lis aclory on tbe Sabbath a ques tion that bas excited no little attention and discussion, ills experience, as we have It Iroin, his. own lips, may be r Interest on this mooted subject.' The factory was siarted with the determination 'of observing ' the babb'atb. The experiment was au untried oae to bitn, and Ihe weight of testimony drawn from the experience and practice of others, did not la Vur bis uecisiou." UlUer, 'neighboring lacui ries, looked ou( and in a rather Jeering spirit, iuadu ihe inquiry bow stands your Sunday factory t I'alrons were opposed, and doubled tue course even threatened to withhold their business favors. But none ot these tbiugs moved Mr! Baookii, or cbauged bis course, aud as It was souu seeu that there was no vail ableness wlili blm, patrons' began to cast about, for the best mode oi'adaptiug themselves and luulr dairy management to the existing stale of things. The course takeu was, to use tue Sunday morulug's milk f-r butter making, raising of calves, c. Most of tbein lound this a valuable disposition ol that part of the ujairy products, as ' la seme cases the butter was' wanted lu the family, and lu none was it attended will) a comparative amount of sacri tce or loss worthy of c'oubideratioq,' This single milking was al, about which there was any question or difficulty, as that' of the eve ning otood, until Monday morning, and was then turned Jn with the new u.ilk of the morn ing, and all went to tbe luciory together. Tiioso w ho bad been opposed became satisfied wjlh the course, and every thing became as pleasant aud sulislactory, as if' the common Course of buuday labor had been entered upon aud lullowed, as was at first thought best.--Further thau this, Mr. Badger bad the testi mony of some ol those among bis patrons who had no religious scruples, that his course was perhaps the better uue. ft was found, that 'ihe Sunday evening's milk could be kept over ujgbf, aud ju no instance was there a batch ol cheese iujured or spoiled that could be fairly traced to tue ailoptkm of the Sunday plan. This is sufficiently attested to by ' tbe ' 'uuiloriiiily of the price's at' which lite cheese was sold. Tu'us we have the testimony of this establishment, to the practicability of con ducting the cheese lactoiy business ou the principle of the observance ol the Snboatb, and iu ubedieuce to the law that iueulcatcs it. We have thought that this statement aud the experience upuii which it is based, plight not be without it's influence in this day of cheese factories, and when public sentiment seems about to settle down upon the conclusion that cheese making for tbe whole seven days of the week, is a uecessity, acid therefore allowa ble and Justifiable Jn our code of morality. Athiubuia Wholttale Market Jan. 19, 1871 As soiie of our readers belonging' to the liiriuitig irte'reht have asked us to give the rupge at wholesale, of some of the leading ar ticles, in llieir line, in this place, we have ob tained from tlie most reliable sources, the prices of the fullowlng articles so far as there wus a standard on tlie day qf the'dute given. Of csurac, the market is subject to daily flue uutiuns, und in dsiry products butter and cheese there .is but little doing, and, there fore, price's are not aa well defined' as when the market is more active. We shall continue to give'tbis list I'roin week to week, with perhaps some adiliilon, & tliey will be found as accurate anil reliable as they 'cau be made by consulta ,u'w'lih biif .largest dealers: .WasAT Nol, ijybite $ 1.40. vio 'Urn. 1, Red!.'! 1.80. Corn bbelled ; ,.. 60. Do In tno ear...'.. 83. o'ATi.r. ..!'.;.: . CoM Mial per Ion ... . $38.00 Cnoprau Kibd Coru and oati... au.UO. Burrsa .' ss. tf.y 13 LM bikd" Appls 5x, Conneaut Items—Froth the Reporter. An examination of the .books of the "Con1 neuitLoari and Savings Iustftutioii'" shows .there is still s6tiii;thi'ng in 'the pelgliborhood of fifteen thousand dollars of the capital stock to be subscribed. HiejC.iiiiieaiH Paper ,Cpmpany are making Hrrangements lo clean out and eularge the gas well at the foot of Main street. To this end they hajvc given tlie' job to James Ackerlt, a man of experience In tlje. business. ' H' '' We Jearn thai a hundred barrel well was struck'oii the J. S. McCrat farm. Oil Creek, bujt week in which our townsmen H. A.JBLoop, K. B. BLoou, C. Blood and P. Randolph are interested. A .large pje of wood eqide the track, a short distance lielo'w the bridge at this place, apd belpnjr.g to the Railroad Company, 'was burned on Thursday last, supposed to have taken from a passing locomotive. Mjr, (C. Cook, an estimabre farmer living on the Lake Shore, in this township, recently broke his shoulder' by' being thrown from a load of wood. 'The fractured part was prompt ly 4tte,nikd to, anil to now Improving as fast as can be expected. Extensive preparations are beipg made ta .carry op the 1 ljsbiug ' business at fl'ur' harbor during the coming season. Large ice houses axe being constructed and filled, and all tbe popessary arrangements perfected. We learn .that some tltteen or twenty companies are to operate. beijs. ' ' We further learn from tbe Reporter that Conneaut glories in a tonsorial expert in pommon paslanc(i,aBaj;bcr who oy the way is good looking a fact which ihe editor nien (jons. WU.il considerable gusto.' ' Peteriton'i Magazine . far February, is thus early received. ,U Is rich In reading matter and' embellishments a splendid number. Price ft 00 year clubs at Tavorable fates. Addess;, Cuas. J.;Pk't,erbon, PliiJ.Pa. Qhio EJuetiioiuU Monthly, A Wetter School frurnal. This is one of the best, perhaps tbe very best, publications of the kind which we. receive. It is specially for tbe benefit of teach ers. E. E. White, Editor and Publisher, Co lumbua,Q. $160 a year, ' Tbe time honored OoDEy's Lady't Book, for February, to also before ut with its many at tractions, among which to the poyal illustra tion or reoeiyjpg .fashions from Paws by way of balloon. It various enjbellisbraepts, to gether with good literary contents and' the in formation to be gathered from is garner of recelpta and p'a( tiros, make it a yaluable ac quisition to ' any household. By clubbing with th,e TtUgrafh, the two will be furnished 'for f Off. TheAldine an Illustrated monthly Jonrnal of 18 pages, la one of the handsomest papers we have seen, displaying great artistic skill in Its 'autirul .Illustrations. ,Ws are confident that an appreciative publlo will encourage an erterpri'sso porwerful ss this must be, in da yeloplng and cultivating among tha' people a correct tafta, and a lova for tbe true' and ,tht beautiful In literature and art. Terms, par year, with oil ohromo prmlumv$3 60. Ad dress JaM ScttonA Ca .Pub., 93 Liberty t., New York. " Report of Public Schools for the Term Ending Dec. 23d, 1870. (Jentlemen of ih DontA of Education though your regulations do not reo, lire mi to make a report, except at the close or the year, I bave thought It would b for tbe Intn-st of the school to prasent for your Consideration, tbe following statements s The total enrolment for the term was 3,34; number withdrawn during the term,'87 with drawn au.l re enroll-til, 41; total i iy preMiil, ;828it days absent, UWVs ; alisent from sick ness, 59tLf ; iioexcused, 871 ; cstes or truancy, II j esses of corporlal punishment, 48; aver age number belonging, 71 ; average dailyst t'pdance,253; dally absence, 15; percent, or attendance, 93.8; punctuality. 97.5.' Average or pupils In 1st Hi iinary, 7 ; 2nd Primary. 9l( ; 1st Iulermediale, 10; 2nd Intermedial, Viyt j Orammer, Ll; Iigb school, 15 f IS pupils were neither absent or tardy during the e'nllra erm, viz: Augnatus Dorirjan, Alljert Perrigo, John Crosby, Estella Harrow, Lizzie Amsden, Jeannlo R.imae, Dora Shears', M'iry Webb, E Idle Tmith, Clara Auer. Elitb Dirrow, 'Nel lie Kctchum, Mary llumplirey. jeannie Gal pin, Frank Varnilngten, Ella Cpiillu; Lottie Kline, Stellt ' 8lioecraft. ' 69 were not absct.t while mcnilers of tie school, tlmurfh tardy; li)2 were not tardy, though absent; 97 were absent 2 days or less; io'j were sljsent more than 2 and ess than 8 days; 143 were tardy 8 tunes or less. A little over one-half the en lire absence was occasion, d by 08 pupils, as Tollows: Will Eame's.e'i daysf Hattie tyells, ejftVLewis'Hall, 13,4, Scth Leonard, 9, Mai comb Ross, 12, George Zile,'7X, Fannie Dickinson, 6Vi', Katie Fox, 7, EllaMuhsfleld. 7,'Jennie Richards, Lizzie Scoville, 9, Lllie Shears, 'I9f Alice Seoville, lOJ, Victo ria Mitchell, II, Iva Parker, 8f Alice Ross 9, Mimile Steckwell 23, 'Samuel Lockwood 8, Gieorge McKenzie 0V, Charles Savsge 8, Wil Jiaiu ISoly 0, Emma Bcnham 16), Ellen Dickinson 8, Carrie Ducre 8, Emma Fayun das 1, Ella Ljce 7, Fraukie Mitchell 6J, Addie fattenon 8, Clara Wutrous 10f, Mary Fay ner i. Li bbie Ziele 7, MatUew Gallagher 13, Chark-S Graham 8, Lewis Amsden C, Fred Collins 7, Eddie Capendale 9, Fred Ron eris 6, Sar ih Costlu 2i)i, Annie' Ducro 9, Rose Laskey 10, Jessie Hons 13)4, Annie Ross I'D, Lillis Ross 8, Jennie Slockwell 1 ulia Savage 1, Jusiju Abbey 12, Warreil Aptborp 10, Charles Dorman' JJ, George Dormau 14, Eddie Elmer 0, Frank Edwards 5, Charles fox 5, John Faulkner 0, Eddie Hall 8, Sher man Hill 8, Mortie Seoville 14, James Williams 8, Clinton Smith 12, Orville Berry 15,' Joseph ine Finch lljf, Sarah Hiicllcock 'bj, Edith Ruukle 0, Atlie Hirgeut'7, Eva Waruer, I0J, Mary huart tyt, Emma Shuart 6, Ida Seo ville 8i. Mare than one-half of all the tardiiitrt was occasioned by 47 pupils, viz: Will Eauics 6 limes, Morrison Swi.tl-i, Carrie Kiu 5, Liz zie Sutherland 10, Hattie Wells 6, Nellie Eusigu 10, Henry Fasselt 9, Lewis Hall 10, Mnlcoiub Rass 11, Carrie Dacro 10, Katie Fox 23, Em ma Hall 13, Arthur Luce G, Seth Leonard 6, Eila Fox 9, Rose Gilbruith 7, Allicu Ross 10, Albert Crosby 7, Charley Eusigu 8, William F.ix 14, James Fox 7, Thomas Hubbard 6, Willie King 12, Willie Morrison 8, Arthur Moore II, Nathan Sinilh 5, Willie Cdy 8, Al ice Layejoy S, Mary Taylor 5, Alvah Eanis 5, Mathew Gallagher 11, Samuel Humphrey 12, Charlie Brigham 19, Fred Crosby 5, Fred Collins 8, Willie Gates Vi Frank Gilbraith 0, Cornelia Berry 7, Annie Ducro 14, Jessie Ross 10, Annie Ross 9, Alice Strong 7, Charley Fox 5, Sherman Hill 8, Mortie btoville-tj, Eva Warner 8. ' The total enrollment, the average number beluiiging and ' the average daily "attenduuee bave inci eased somewhat over the correspend ing term of last year, while tbe per cent, of attendance and punctuality bave diminished. From the above statements it w ill be seen that as usual, most of the absence aud tardi ness wss occasioned by a fesv pupils. Absence and tardiness are two of the ac- knowedged evils of our school system. It is a common observation that pupils rarely stu dy when away from ' school, aud beucu they lose the lessons their classes have learned du ring their' absence. This loss is sometimes made up, but not ofteu. Two evils result from this; either the deliuqueut pupil labors' at a disadvantage, being falhn bemud his class, and tbtrlore does all bis work imoeil ct.y, ac quilts a distaste for study, 'l.,o-es' his 'posit o.i In bis cliiss, aou pe.n.aneuily witburans Ireui school beloie be baa ucquiieu even the merest ruUiineuts of au eilucatlou ; or the class must be required to lose valuable time, waiting lor the deliuqueut to rcgaiu his stnuding. 1 his would be unjust to the class, though it might Uejust to the deliuqueut, if the abseuce' wits unavoidable on bis own part. Ii, however, Ihe pupil was absent of bis own choice", eveu though :;b'y permission of his pareuls," the de tention ol the class would be 'manifestly un just lo both the class, In that it is deprived of what belougs lo U without consideration to the delinquent, iu that it indulges aud encour ages liiW in a ruinous habit. If the absence was occasioned by sickness, the class might in justice be detained a reasonable length of lime iu cousideratiou of encouraging and helping the unfortunate. It; however the ab sence was occasioued by the parent, it suems quite unjust that either the class or the pupil should suffer. Tho parent, therefore, should be held responsible to the State and society in ireneral, for evil resulting from this cause. He ,1a, indeed, to some degree held, responsible, but is not tue only one to suffer the sad conse quences. Am I stating the case too strongly when I say, that most of the crime and mis chit) occasioned in every community haa its origin in the irregularity or entire nou-atteud-ttuce on the mesne of education "No fact to better 'established than that the' disturbers "of the peace" are almost or entirely uneducated. Our own community has evidence of this fact. Moreover, school "records every where show that irregularity in attendance at school plays an iinporiaut part In the formation of cuarac tor, which exhibits' itselt in the varieties of crime every where a'o abuudant. The following statements illustrate the gen eral subject. "Out of the 2J3.544 persons com mitted for crime In England and Wales, du ring a series' of years, 229,300. or more than 90 percent., are reported as uneducated, either ouiirely unable to read or write, or able to do so very imperfectly; 23,159 could read and write, but not fluently; and only 1085 Ut than one-half of one per cent, of the uhoU were what ' we call educated persona." In 1845, in England, but of a total of 89,128 per sona taken into custody, 15,283 could neither read nor write, add $9 059 could barely read, and could write very imperfectly." "In the (our best taught counties ii England, the number ot schools being one for every 700 inhabitant, tha number of criminal convic tions was one a year for every 1108 inhabi tant. Ip tha four worst taught counties', the number of schools being "one far every 1501 inhabitants, the number of convictions was one a year for every .550 inhabitant. That to, la on set of counties, the people ware about twioa as well educated a in the other, and ona-balf ai much addicted to crime. In other word. In proportion aa tbe people were educ tad, were tbey free from crime." Continued next week. MARRIED. In tM Hh. by I, R J.rr.,, Pif Was. . ,-"aia Hm, nl Ai.d.nw. Ma. of WliliHutl. N t. to Am.ts MASUR.oiW wi DIED. ADBoniH-sient frM: Comi'-ailator Notlc. kslf rata la Aahtabala. Jbd lSUa Bni.ta an rf J..k. ..a 9T-a Cs-n-y.acllTiani ' in uwami, 4aa ltn, aats Qftaais. Iu, srsd 67 LOCAL NOTICES. . j - . . . . l Vtt ycarv from Navova Ii9i4il'y. J'rcinitora tfwM, and all it :( oryouihfol Itxla-xraltoff, HI. for llic nkx or tat rlnir nuiDnuliy, ao'id tm ft all h nrd It the rwrlut and dln lion t"t maklna- th- Impla remedy y. wnu.i, he wae r.nr4 fluftt rem v,ltiter pri.fli hy 1 aMt!rtl4r'ii ef uerlerica ttn An n he ad ft Maiuir. In Verf'tt ruaftd..-uce, JOHN" B. UODKN. 4f (raar street . T. To Caneumtlvra Tbe edTetllarr. heelnr hnma permaiieuiajr tur-e at that rlr. ad dlxaw. tuneuuiittna, by a Minr rrmrdy. I, analona lo ojnke luieera l.i till follow alTrera the of rur. To all who de-Ire II he will fend S CODT vt tkm lirMM-rlr.liui uH tft t.t eliarire). wllh ih.- direr lion. f.,t ur-nr.i.e Mid mm the amnn. wtil- h they will And a tare cure for Ouneomution. Ailhmv Broi.clillla, Ac. Tartiee wlabina; Ihe prex-rlpfon wttl pleaae artdraaa, Hsv. Kliw iltl) A. WII.I-ON. -lyTf lS Ho. Hoiwnil Wllllameriara-ri. S. T. '" numn. npon Which charlatan hare liarued no nine!.. I- not a mere oitt.wor4j t A de lnl'o. The mrurueeiive Ihowe that Mltiwm es lt like para-tiee irrowili npon the jricbulna uf the klood and It I furttrAr known that ome nl.tlle ot)iia'-, delioynrrp;l Itjein. The eatraianee have been eoj biiied to loakn Ara sanaparllla. whlrhAoe ef footnally eap the disorder llmt brd aud "mikte In UK Mood, lo tot ost, at It war, rh maeWneT ,f nraa. Attentiop Ashtabula Co., WIN'O to the Inrtr" 'nlea ma'Jein tl.is Connly during Ihe tat rammer a; -f general hl fiction eipreed br pnrebeer, u. employar T B. Tle A Co.. proprietor ol the - BRlyi'Tp KCRSERIE8 ROCHESTER, " ' N. T. bar returned m to tbla county airaln to Uk order for SPRING DELIVERY. I am sow eltlng tbe pennie of Arhtahula Co.. ao op porloultr to foiki their selection -(or prtiig from tha LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK erer before offered ma confining of all earielles of FRUIT AND, (r.:,-.VMENTAL TREES. Urapee fur ontdoor and hot boa.e culture and also for rrowlng ai.di-r k1""' wlilioSt heat all kind- ot email frnlte-. Orriami-ti'el ehrnhherv. bonier pl.mt, roee Animal', Itolbue Kfwt. lledire PI nt-, Decidooue ai.d ErcriTt-.i. Aleo all kind or Fl'.wer and Wu-ukie 8i-ed-. Ac. Ac. Ac Ac. In fc it. y thing thut uan be ralHii w .N'nraorle irrounrla. I hall irivc Ton all a call before epulis rj if ynmin need olai Ih'inc wait tin. til I come round, aud you will And my I aialogae em brace a irreal mane new and desirable kinda uf Pnit-a and OrnlmcDtal etaff. For n fi-r'tnca tnnira of thoae to whom 1 delivered atock tbt fall. 15 L. B. bcontLo. Airt. DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. Tbe Partnership of SMfTH & GILKEY, WIU JMasoHe Tlmrcb lat, 1871, and lu ordtr to reduce our Mock of of GOODS, to the lowcat point by thai time, wa stall offer our Entire Stock for Cash, tip to that time. A 8 OUB Business .Is mainlv Drv Goods we have a large Hue o! dcairable goods to offer. ' Please take notice thi I nohnmbne. bat call and look at tbe new rcale of price, marked lu In Blue Ink. - PLEASE NOTICE. All persona having account with on are rrciKtied lo callaind tattle the earn with out delay , eating bs much trouble. 1)9 you want to buy ITS, DRAWERS, LADLES VESTS, Ql.Qtb3, Cassimeres. Gl9.y(es IOSIERYJ)jRESS ROODS, & CROCKERY Ton can boy at met of ns a we want caih. Domes tic Plaunela Ac, all at low price. ' SiUTII & GILKE'f'. AehUbula, Jan. 1870. .1397 CASH!!! CASII!!j CASH EDWARD G. PIEIICE, Bit Just recdred a Large Stock of ,C9T1TING, HATS, .FTJIiNiSHlMG .GOODS, FaJJaAN.P, WINTER Trade, which were h.mght for Caah at tbe very bottom pries of toe market.ktwillbe r SOLD FOR .CASH, & CASH ONLY, At Pfieee Cheaper than known before or since, the JVarf A largs Stock of LADIES' FURS. ' ' BUFFALO R0BE3, LEATHER BAGS, Joit EeoalTad. .FURSJ Sftnk Beta tS to M. Coney ud Rlrar Vtnk Mta. and Children' Fancy Beta, Cheap. Arctic MinkSetaand Coney ana Rlvar Mink Talma, and a fine a. leclioa' of Barfelo BobeA, Waif and Foe Kobe. All to be sold tor caah, and ctaas. call and ax amluaa atock JSD.WARD G. PIERCE. k 1. . AtbtsboU, Bepi. 1Mb, 10T9 A. A G. .8. ETZ, COMMISSION MERCHANTS Airo oaaxMs if BOtTIB, CffiEEBK, IQQB, POCT,TT flAMJ. IPO Buelmy Btroot, ' JiXyT TOBJK. AinsD krs. ' ' kaSB 'osokos le'rrs. ' Kaport of the tarkat Bant aa Application. We will mv Cabh Tor 1,000 Bashtlt Cora la tbs Ear. UvT TOKMS BROTHER. I AoKNTS VANTET-(22r, a month) br lb AMKHICAH tCMTTIN'O MACII1NB CO. rW Tom, mahs. or m. un m, u. 8 O'CLOCK. B SALESMEN WANTED. , CSINESg honoraMa. Kn eompet It ks, l.lberal pvy KlTeti, 8. W. KEN.VKIr, . S J Wl. Phl.snVlpbla. fa. AGENTS MALE it FEMALE tlOOs week, SS per cent, and ar, iX In caah Prlo-s Information free. addp'M, American Rook Co., M Wil liam h., S. J. Sr. TO 420. r day and no risk. Do V. yos want a ituatlon aa a aaleeman st ornear home, to Introovreournew Tt and W hite WlrClnthe l.lue to laet lorever. D'.n t l..l the chance hanipl free. Adlrea llndeon klver Wire Work. Ii Wm ft.X. IS Oorbora at. ;hkano. III. ji'jn AOCMS WASTED. IITS Ailvftiturea in Trniii-nl T, ...... inn.rra.eo. ireah. rscltiatlnr and uahie Ixk. Oood Pay. Addreaa, W. h. Iil.isj Pnblther. Toledo. fhln. 4. 'I 'IHi ia 110 IIutnliUr. .. ' . , B edinT5 Cent with are belifhl. color of eye and heir. y.n wii recclee, he t tarn mall, a correct pktnre of your futnre babnd or wire, with narneand date i.f martin. AnSrae W FOX P. tOrawor Jo. let. KltonTiile, N. t Sins ti nn isxuED JAN.tT, imi. JUU CllOlCri el.fiii,s N. eotiialnltig the heet ne'tblcs'for Iieelamatlna, tterl tellr.a. Ac Brilliant Oratory. tbrilUi.z Hentlment. and fiparkllng Humor. ISO iea. pap"r. 3. r i.i. cloth Ak yoni bookeeller lor it. or aend tri.i 10 p. Uarrett A Co. Phtla. Pa. 1 4'fte, w FJJEE TO BOOK AGENTS. C wttl aenrl a hinitantna PrnetMfna of nee Vaw Illuntrated Family Btlile. to any bodr Atrattt. free ol charire. Addrea. Katioil. PisuefciKO Co., CMcajo, 111.. Cincinnati. O. or ai. l.ule. Mo. 4m ' ANTED AkTcnia, f20 pr 1hv) lo v tl the celebrated HOME BHC1 TtK BE I.vn M ACni.VK Ilea I). ..M.,11 n. .U. . ,i "I.L ..l..' 'alike on botu aide..) and Je fullr llcetieed Tbe beat ana cneapeAt family ewinf macbln In Ihe market. Ad dreae. JOHNSON. CLAkK a CO.. bo-on. Ma., Pitt hur)i, Pa. Chicago, 111., or St. LouU. Mo. SIVS OE1TIXO CP cxtna. GREAT SAVING to Cotisnmera. Partle ennntre bow in get cp Cliba. Oor an wt la aeod fr.r Price-Liat, and dub form will accom pany It with full direction!.- n.akli.a a larne ravluir to coiiaamcra and remuoeraiiee to dab orgsnlzvr. I TheGrcatAmcricanTeaCo.iThe 1 AXD K TESET STREET, P.O. BOX SOW. syet KEWTOP.K AGENTS WANTED FOR IHE Ilieroar or GOD'S C H U E C H Bt Prof E:ocn pD. r- d- Prom Adam to to the preeent day. Llhl bnelneee. For men and ladlee eterv here. OockI pav Send,, for cir cular. Z1EOLEH A ilcCL'KDY Ciui.iiitiaii,0. 4tM AGENTS WANTED FOR Till! ' Contain Fleetwood' "Life of dirteC LII.IIT "Livee of tht Apoel'.ee. Kv. i.e'.ine ai d Of Martrr'a: lloldr1dge' "Evidenrea of Cbrie- TIIK Uautty;" "Hietory of Hie J':wa." Ju.'(ji,o-; WulltD. 'A Hietoryorall Kniirlons DetKimh.attona'' wttb treatinee and tablea rlatli.e. to eTenta connected w ith Bible Hietory, w ltb many fine Er graving, frirmtnij a complete Treaeorr of Chrletlan Knowiertife. W. Flint Co.. No. st. Ill) St. Philadelphia. 6 turfom Uotus Place, Cbicayo, and lTti W. 41b St.. Cincii.uail. ivji rnr wells' CARBOLIC TABLETS. A N ufn:linp- Ri-iukIv t'r nil Brnncliial ' Difflrultlc. Cobifht. Cold. Hoarneneee. Asthma, Dtpthtria, Drynea of tbe Throat or Wind Pipe and all Catarrhal dleeaee. The wonderfnl discovery of ( arbol ic Acid, is defined to become one of the greateet hlea. lngs to mankind In its application to dlei-are of the itn tn.m Race, and ite great turatire qnnlitiee In all affec tion of the Cbeet. Lung and Stomach DR. .WELL'S CARDOLIC TARELT.S, Vendee the great arer.t Carbolic Acid contain other tn tcrcdietit anivereaily recommended, which chemically ennlilne, prndn-lna- a Tablet more lilirhlT medicinal and better adapted for dieeaeee or the tinman race, than acy preparation ever before offered to the public. PAMTIOM B-anre too eel WeU'e Carbolic Tab unu 1 "-"'-We; don't let other gooia be palmed off on yon In their place. 4tfO FOR Cordis AND COLDS. WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS ARE A SI'RE CI PR. TRY ' THEM. 60LD BY DkCGOlSTS - . J. Q. EELLObO. 34 PLAT T ST.. X. Y. SOLE AGENT j I ' j ; Telegraph Job Room, REDUCTION OF TUICES, to con form to . I ' I Itetlucthm of liuUen. (IRIAT BAViaO TO fS'M MKMS fc'f tmutd If CLl . . Bend rnr onr new f rlr Llt Suit a flab tSem eH1 a. ei.mpar.T ll. eea.talnlaa fail dlreeiione makine a aura) ) aevia tiooamr end e.ounerativ to riuh nrvuu -. i sk oiika l a i irn -a.- in iu. P. Koa A. at 4 tl SS Neeey Mt. N. T. FOR BaL 1 .EHTWJ1EHS And for "ale tVholeeala only by tl Gp.EAT All.A.MIC at I'ACiriO 'I'EA' Coji't, P. O. Boa. VJA. ' CIIL'Rt'H DT I T. Bend fur TU. a Nectar Urcolar. . 1 ; StVa Phcenix Poxandry. Tr HE tindtrs'.zned hsvlntr mirtliaa tlis Phos. ' fits Poaudiy and ftxiced a to -paitnarahlp awidsr tbe fcatueof . . ... I SEYMOUR, STRONG SPERRT, ' '. . . 1 for tha purpose of maantaclartnu, STOTW, ... ti-OTtt, L.I. TlA.f . ' WINDOW CAPS St SILLS. .1 mill CASrraoa, 6irfK. ,.7 KETTLES.' ' BLEi'jn sno;:a, Ac, tu.. are now prepared after having rcf lie I tbe whole aeub llebment to furn!-h uythltii;1n our ilu on abort Dottce and aajroud ae the tn.-ei. Try ua. lcail Wa. Jlthole. D. M. araoNO. O. B. Bnanr fYflNScut i.cirt r J. W..k. for tie !e.-tt u.r,i s. tl an any office In the Cotilr. Onr atoel !e the tmi aud bonght mi tin iuaijt;laclute'r Jueet lg I' OR SALE. Handsomely located i miles eit i.f Aahtabnla Depot, a fnrin contalr.lng 40 7'i-.e. cr.;uf land an iter etate of cnluvatlon, prod fruit, at.d we. I wutcrwj, Vailuiue are new and pler.tT-of them. Tiie V e, t to h .0:. within tudave. AlaowltH the tarrn will ie otfer. d icoe. new 2 horee wr,-.,n. new one b..e bnvtrv aud larmii.y Iik.I-. 1rtn narie easy Price. s.-ii. N. S. HI iiPHhKY. Aehtwhnla March IW'tf Sank, lilintls and Doors. rPHE atibseriber having supplied lis X EaUbi'.bbment wltb the .. ., BEST ItiACHIXCnr cud haTlu aocurtd the aervlcca of some of tie vary Beat echanica, tz.i proTided hlmseld with a large atock of superior Thoroughly Str.snned Pine snd ojber Luttber, I prepared to rurntab m good a quality of Blinds, Saab and Door, a can be found in Cleveland or elsewhere, and at CleTt- lani ut i-ricea. . N. B. Conatantly on I'and r fnll stock of here) eish and dwir blir N. mad to cder. on -abort notice Parties wanting the absvt v, terns will do well to callba j fore buyinK eieewnie. Pian'.mr. ecroll and other aaw inffdc e to order A full e,fjrtrnent of erown and otbv er'M.n.ilitiei.n hand. Office arid shop opposite Church Park i'aln arret. Aeiral.ula Febrnary, ier. 1 C. CTLLET. PAINTS FOR FARMERS. 'FITE SUMSCRIKER HAS ON HAND I and for sale a connle of barrels of the Grafton ' Mineral Palnr. Mich ie aumltted to le the cheapest and mo-t desirable PalLt In ne. Two cost, veil put on. mixed wtift ynre Ltnsed Oil, will laet from 10 to It )ear. Prtce. per barrel. Asbtabula, Feb. 16. IstO. JAME9 REED. W ask the especUl attention of all who purchase Clothine tbla Fall to our Stock. ConBdeut that Is Variety, Style Lnd Price, we can please. Oar Stock of Ready Made Clothing, COMPRISES Men' Business Sulta In Great Varieties. Men' Drees Suits In Various Patterns.' Youth and Boy'a Suit in Latest Style. OVERCOATS. We arc this week receiving larre addition to our Stock of Overcoat and are prepared to exhibit Overcoat at f 8. Overcoat at f !0. U. .. j5, 0. " S5. S5. " 88. .Boy' Sack and Cape OTercoata. Xew Style. CLOTHS. We offer tarce vartetv nf the mnt Stvitsh Goods. r ORRIGN CLOTH 3 AND VJASSI MERES. Hitler Brother'a Broadcloth. Wagaer A Son's Broad cloth. Blue and Bla-k. Zamhoni' Brown ' and Dahlia, Granit Coatings. DOESKINS. Tricota, Cators. Chinchilla, Diagonal, Bearer, 4c. AMERICAN .COATING' AND CASSIMERES. In all the popular Styles Silk Velvet, Velveteen, Re pellanta, Tiaunels and Trimmlnga in large variety. " GENT'S UNDERGARMENTS. Wrappers A Drawers M.S0 Wrapper & Drawer to. 75 " " 100 ' " ' " j.br " " t.SO " " t .50 Don't fall of aeaing our Stock of Wrapera and drawer If yon ars IB need. CASH! CASH! E risk tlie attention of Cash Customers, to our Goo will not have long accounts. We do not baliev In makingtash cuatomers O 'tha loasea on Dead Rears Y i.il , . "-"," ni!oin nrm ot ttrure. Amicon at with s Justice fo sollectlou, unless paid within tlw ua TV. ... -n. .,.....-J .. ... .H . . Ashtabula, Nov. 25th, ,1870. .GREAT REDUCTION Fnmture,&pring Beds. Mattreses ,aiid Lookiiig'-Glasses. In order to redooe oar immense Btock of rUil onrriodtor th .nMtSOdaya,atwbaIeaalpru5sa. Ohio, sod srabracM many new snd elegant design tor ths cbarga nothing for packing, jtowla tha tlB.a to boy. A. S. GLOVES. i We rail attention to the following Assortment. Alex .auder Kid. Far lop Kids. Lined and .Pniined, Caal 'mere and Knit Gloves. H-nr W.x.leo Mittens. Sheep filoves a.. it Gauntlets, Buck GioTe and Gauntlets. 'Light and Heavy weight. Mechanics Buck Glove.-, aoft and pliable. Pitted Bucks, such as we sold last aaason ery cheap and jet very en icavie. I HATS AND CAFS. i . . 1 We offer a lnrcre line of TTsta and Capa In Popnlar Mvlea. W e have eele. ted an aenrtmcnt of Ht rr d .Capa. which are placed upon a Cheap Tabl to b aoli at half Price. COLLARS. We sell the Wa-hln?ton Collar Co'a Collars. Ben la Patent C'nllara in several .tvlee : also. Bemis' N. w I . ver-lhle Sprine f'utf a new pattern and the beat flttiLg Luff in the market. Try them. MISCELLANEOUS. I We offer Leather and Enameled Cloth V.H.e. I.,.. ;aseorment. Gent 'a Scarf" and Befver Collars. Woolen land Sock. rardiirans. f vtt..n anil Woolen 6birte. Fin .Shirt- (Royal Fjntle and Imperial Yoke), Linen and Cot. ton Handkerchiefs, Ac. Ac. Butttrict Pattern nf Bny't Onrmtnfu. Thru PntUrn are lnltnriiUt to l.nli'tvhn make tiittr CMUtpi'tCUiihino.FuUdirecUiMt oteach P-trerm. ns to qualify Hoik Ac, te. FURS. We are not aelllntr Fnr this seaenn. evrem intn out etoeic cn band, what tra have will bo sold at bargain. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER, AUD SATUr ACTIOS 8CAKAHTSBD. CASH! )o not want and t on aiow psyments.or accounts srs left . a te. mnetnot bs f-rlad If their tweuty Uy. 4 ",rPn,aa " tnlr waite & ,4urjoy. IN THE PRICE OF Rih and Elegant Furniture, w shall Our Stock ia tbs Hn.st tn snd largeat ta'lsortbsra AU1 snd wtntsr trad. Wa fusrantM ail our soodsssA - ' & COMPANY, 114 AND 118 BANE STREET, OXjDESVJIIIliTNrip. OHIO-.