Newspaper Page Text
f ' imii ji 1 1 jun w i in ,
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH u. iMTABULl, OHIO, -Batardaj Morninp, Dao. 2d, 1871. ITEMS. UTAfltorriltg to a ruinate rxnminllon of ins recrs 07 ma utaetrr, Liocionull lust year tfbVuraef f 4,600,500 for Infer beer. i.trroapct Park, N. Y., on the ITtti, the borM KtogMoa tad rnste beat Honest Allen and male, tht boit time being- 2.-17J tbessme m Dcittr's rst time purse 3,000. OTTbe English cnpitn,lit vlaitlng Cali fornia, propot a examining the Tulo lands In Sacramento, Sao Joaquin and Valltjo, with a ricw of entering on a lnr.se reclamation pro ject Thy report favorably aud will atari for Landon via New York. tiTTUe Philadelphia, programme for Alexis Includes millitary review next Monday, a tiall to League Island and the Navy, Yard, nd winding tip w ith a grand ball In tlio eve Bins. lie leave s ou Tundny. Tho officers of the Russian fleet will alto be invited to become the city' gdcst CTThe oul of British Free Trade wag in the utterance of Lord Brougham in Parlia ment in 1815 "Englund can afford to incur eooie logs on the export of English. Roods, fjr the purpose of destroying foreign nmnufne turcs in their cradle." Dcstauelibn Ii the honest word. l3Mondy of last week will long be re membered by the printers of New York. On that Cay the venerable Joseph Bradley com pleted bia ninety-sixth year. Mr. Bradley Is Ihe oldest liviug printer in the United Slutes, ff not in Hie world. lit atill works at the case In the Hun ofUce, and for correstness and speed cau put to UuiU many who ore stores ol years his juniors. t3TA late order from army- headquarters directed tUal the conviction of any soldinrof felony should be followed by his dismissal frnra the British army. Tht soldiers com menced stealing whatever they could luy their bands on, to secure their conviction and dis missal from the ranks, and to prevent the serious depletion of the regiments tho ordtr bad to be modified. 13TTL arrest of. Controller Connolly of las New York King, is something of a sur prise, as it was understood that he was.to lie let file in- return, for having turned Btate's evidence. But it seeim theru Is to be no let up on that account. "What mikes Connolly's case harder is that the friends of the King w ill not become bail for him, because he had turn ed against them, whilst among the honest por tion of the community there are now very few disposed to give any kind of countenance to ring member, much less heeome surety lor him. And yet we can't readily see why Dr. Greeley mifiht not Just as properly niter hail for him as Jeff. Davis. The one stole tho city's pelf, the other robbed the government and spread carnage, Jutreavcmcnt and mouruing tuiough the laiid. IThe Ca:ettt, published at Worcester, Missachusetls, says : "Within tho past few days several singular looking birds have bun found In this vicinity, and reports from other locations Indicate that they are scattered over tht eastern portion of tho Stale. They are from eight to ten inches in length, bright black on tUe head and back, and w hile on the under part of the body, web looteilwitli tlireu toes, And with the legs placed so far back on the body as to compel the bird to stand perpendi cularly. They are Identified us specimens of o the Little Auk of tliu Arctic region,, and their restncv herein an Imlicaliou of.severily, in tho upper regions, of the rucent storm. Borne peopW acci.pt it as an indication of an unusually cold season to come." OTTho finances of Ohio are In good condi tion. Ohio it a sound und reliable Republi can State, and the policy of the parly hue been to manage tliu uffaira of the Slate econo mically. The New York Herald says of our (stale debt : "The great Statu of Ohio, the third in the republic in population, is In a happy financial coudilion. Tho debt is a little Was than nlue millions of dollars a bin nil ono for Ohio which places that Stato in a very favorable light compared with other large Slates. Though the debt U small com paratively it was decreased last year seven hundred and thirty-iivo thousand dollars. Ilert is an example for the city and Stato ol New York und tbuJnciJ governments of other States which have large debts and arc aug menting them greatly and inconsiderately. Work Before Congress. CongrcFs will.nitt on Monday next. According to tlio Washington Patriot, it will iiiul 011 the culetulnra of both Houses 750 bills which wero introduced at I ho tiief spring session. Of thin number, 319 belong to tliu Senate, and 440 to thu House. The former have, all bwen referred to tlia committees when appointed. Most ot these billa luilvd in tlio Forty-Cut and other Cuiigivsos, and are simply 10 introduced, and in many cases uiu duplicates of each oilier. There are seven bill lor thu repeal ol the income tax, w hich expires by limita tion in 1872, aud a doieii bills removing all disabilities iinposvd by the Fourteenth Auiuiidiueut. There aiu Iviv or twelve bills fur legislation for Ihe revival of American rhip-bnilding, which-yioposu to grant subsidies, to take oil' the duly on all article! that enter into khip-biiild-in;;, to construct vessels lh.it will suit the merchant aervice in time of peace, and lb naval am ice in war etc. Jt it Hated that the 1'rt aident and Secretary of the Treasury, in their annual messa ges, will make an earnest appeal to Con urv for legislation to revue our ship building; iuterestt. There aro lhm bills to grant aid to tub-maiine cable toiupa idea, between- America and Asia, fifteen bill to grant subsidies ot land to rail road in Caliloruia, 'iYxas, Utab.Wy. omiug and other Territories. There is alto-a bill pending in eaoh House to en abb aoldiera- aud their widow and or phan, to acquire- homestead on the pub lic Und, and also bill to provide for the apportionment ot representation un der 'the ll.eiiu!i,.to amend- the civil righu bill, to form a new Hut out ot New Mexico, to amend the bankrupt law, to reduce tho rale of correspond-tnt-a by telegraph, aud to eonueoi the elegrapb wirii the postal service l a bill to more fully enforce the 14th Amend ruenj, a bill to . incorporate the Aerial Telt'prapb Compauy, a bill to relieve ol Uler from tbe disability of desertion, to reptahtba tax on matches, to create the 'J'erritorv of f eiubina, to promote com lntrco between- tbe States and cheapen mail transportation, to rpeal the duly on salt and ootLand mauv others famil iar to the pnblio, and no rure likely to be acted ou at tht tooting aeiMon than J (i prertot4 pne. mmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmy . . Tu Dbwmact Is generally in a much difficulty Just now about bringing: forward Cel. Scott a a candidate fof the presidency, at Ikr-y once were over the nomination of Chase, and as they were In Mis Bute slur tht nomination of M'Cook. They wish to take the wind out nf-tlte tails of Grsnt and the Republican paMy by the selection of a quasi RepubllcanUut they are met by the opposi tion of those who prefer to havt political fu vors distributed to the faithful and true to friends rather than political opponents. While tbe one class is running in one direction, the other is quite as earnest In the other. Thus cross purposes leave no common ground for tho party to stand upon. Col. Scott I undci- stood to be a Republican, and those papers wuicu enuorso him, of courso speak of him In terms of approval, and sny somo verv sweet and pretty thinrjs of him, with the risk before them Hut. priniitole may prompt bim, lu due lime, to defiuu his posilAu,.iui plac himself fair aud square upon his political record. Should thU be tbe case, w hero, oh, where, will these Journals tako reiiigo, nnd hide their blushes, aiul how ventilate thir hatred of Re publicanism T These new departures ufter both men and principle, that the Democracy art making in these latter dtys, arc losing for it all respect in its own eyes, and simply ren der it recliculous in tho eyes of others. Ii is showing its bankrupt condition. In courage, confidence and hope, lor the future. The old adage, that rats dest rt a binking ship, is being excmpliliud in thu experience of this coufused aud demented party. The departure most to bs feared while the present equivocal and du bious state of things continue, will bo the swift decimation aud frittering away of the parly iisejf. Never xi Its hUlory was the Dem ocialic party so entirely aud hopelessly de inoralizvd, so despondent of the ruture, and so much at a loss ns to w hat It must de to be saved. From every Slate in the Union, on ev ery wind Hint blows, aomes the dispairing wail of despondent presses and leaders, From these piteous Lines it is plain thai the shatter ed aud dwhearicned. reinuants of Ihe parly have no hope of success In the contest of 1S72. Tuakesuivino. Thursday, throughout this broad fitnrt, was recognised sj-lue occasion tor paying tribute lo the venerated custom of our New England Fathers a grateful and devout acknowledgment of Ihe existence, und our re lation to, the Supreme Giver oP. all 8oxl. The fact that a great people halt In their eager pur suit of business and wealth for such an object, is a significant a sublime one. The blending of the raligious, genial and patriotic emotions, and the stirring into active life, and develop ment some of the best feelings of humanity, makes us hail the return of this season w iih more than ordinary happiness and satisfac tion. Il Is indeid,.a happy Bounding of the golden year thi culminating season of man towards his Maker. Joy, peace auJ plentv fill Ihe heart with as true a thankluluesa ns it is cajiable of". The films that obstruct the vis ion and bound the eye of faith are measurably cleared away, and man catches a glimpse of me object of his nlleglanco and" destiny. Hearthstones long deserted, glow with the haypy Impulses that spring from reunion and the memories and ties of consanguinity : eliil- dm n and friends, long and widely separated, come together and hover about the ancestral hoard ; filial nnd parental affections kindle nnd arc conseeraled unew. The day Is a proud one, und worthy of its Nnw England origin, anil as lu the pust, so in the future may it find a deeper and more venerated place Jn tverv American heart. But while the children of fortune and plenty are filled wiUi Joy and gladness, thu lesson is Imposed of ministering lo the wauls of tho needy nnd destitute. Gaunt poverty ahows its shriveled forms all about usj on the great billows of huiuan lile, ever ebbing, 'ever flowing, aro wail's of thu desti tute poor, bearing the same Imptesa of the Deity as ourselves, nnd for whom Ihe Saviour feels a deep and tender concern, and who will measure our virtues by thu standard of our thoughtful, uctive charity und benevolence. At th time, let us not forget thut we uie all children of the same Inheriteuce. II there he any such home, where want crouches about Hie empty Ibe-place, or cold peuelrates tbe broken pauc j w here age is made guriowlul and youlU untimely old by privation, let us make a generous bestowal of some of that bounty which has been so liberally entrusted to some of us. "The poor." s.tltli the M,,i,.r yu have altenyt with you. und when yu will. ye may do. them good." Let this lesson bu remi inhered und practically exemplified, not only upon each recurring Thwiksglviug day, out inrougliout the season so especially com fortless to cheeiless and destitute Hit-sides. 'Tbat man limy Ut but nevjr liven, Vt uuiaat.b rucvirm, but ikhit fiv-, W liuui i. mi. tau Mum, whom muia tun ttisuk. Cruuiuu blvl, ui'Mliou'. blank." Tub Ukion Seuvicks at the I'rcsbytcrlnn church, was fully uttcuuVd, Tht pulpit was occupied by thu- I'ublora of the JdethodisI, Uuptist and Presbyterian churches. Tliu cholr was ntiulu up from thu several cliurchesund Ihe music uutler Air Tooley was decidedly eood. The instrumental music by Mr. Smith, of course was nil dial could hu wised. Tlie ser mon wus an extempore eir.irt by Rev. Dr. Clauk ol ihu M. E. Church, and ubly ire . ted of the grounds ul'ihuikl'uliieai found in a linn. steady, Jusluiul Impalial government, rispccl ed ul home and abroad, calm and diiruilled mid Iriilliiphelilly vimlieiited over open domestic enemies as well us leagued, disguised ussaslus working In darkness. Dem Hiding respect, too from festering Impurity and vilenaas lu It dis tant borders. Its Lvcu ol law und Christiani ty piovin.( cijoal tutlui breaking up of metro politan rings and bringing Mgrlef und luerlled punishment pubdc aud political thieves und robbers, la addition to these causes of uratl lude and thanksgiving, the church w as In the enjoyment of peuce aud prosperity. Tliu dis course had the merit of touching tht most vi tal and Impoitunt points rieli and live topics of the day such as stand out in U4d relief as subjects lor mogultinn on. suth ail occasion. The manner of the speaker and bis well select id and forcible language together with his roauly indi-peudruce, produced a good effect. South Caroliua presents tome ugly fault relative to the fiuancial condition of that State, a complete statement of Its present indebtedness, tevvalt a state of tacts wliioh- oould only have been brought about by cither the grossest stupidity or downright rascality.. Most propW will think that tho Mealing; rather than tho blunder,, has been immense. The debt has lieeu repeatedly published at 17,005,980, but a minute investigation slow that it ia over tlaOOOyOOOf Here i a discrepanoy which can be explained on no apparent theory sava one that shall implioate the GovernorS'.M fin ancial agent, and others, Bknator Ferht, as we are pleased to resrn from tht Korwslk Vault, left (or Washington on FrtUy. with bealta and vigor greatly re-stored. r ,- , j Tbb MoBKowa, notwithstanding: tho tnngiblo preence ot law and its power ful uplifted hand, talk out with unsub due'd r-pirit. Elder Orson Pratt ia the Tabernacle, on Sunday last, presetted witb great earnestness in favor of polyg amy, lie My, polygma wn one of the chief tenenu of the Mormon ' religion. Il that waa. taken away, the religion would be destroyed. The proposal to. give p polygamy for the sake of a State organization or for any other purpose would never receive tho consent t the Mormon people. In fact the Mormon would not gut render polygamy or any ptirt ot their religion for any t;ovrn nietit. Theso remarks were received with loud cheers all over the house and shouts of "ihtu'a so we wou't." Tho weathor In western Kansas and upon the plains, has of l.ito been sevcro beyond recent precedent. Snow fell to an unusual depihv and-. nany lives havt been lost frcin tl.e intense cold. This U true of. the neighborhood ol Salt Lake.. Tbacueiu' LvsaniTii. On Monday-even ing of last week, about eighty teachera-and a large number of citizens conveuvd lu Ashtabu la II ill Tor thu first suiion of tho Teachcra' Inslitulu of this county. Rev J. M. Mi'Uif keiit delivered an interesting address, touch ing muJters of instruction. Several points w ere, however, coiisLlecvd far from orthodox by some of tnc teachers present. The daily sessions' have been held in High. School llall. Regular instruction has been given by M. F. Cowubrt, of Sandusky, J, TucKKRMAN, of Ausliuburg, und II. U. John bos of Orwell. Graniiner, Arithmetic, Rend ing and School Management have been thu principal topics under consideration. On Tuesday evening Mr. Cowoicny address ed a very largo audience on the auhj'-ct of Compulsory Education. The speaker took strong grounds in favor of thu mens. ire. Tliis led to no animated discussion, participated in by Messrs. Tuckerman and Cowdery, John son aud II. A. Andrews, of Couueaut, I'resL dent of the Institute. Thursday uight a lecture was delivered by Re. Mr. Towj.k, "Tho Aim nnd Method of the Instructor," being tho theme. The sub ject was eloquently aud impressively haudled. After Ihu leelur.1, the Institute closed by passing resolutions expressive of thanks lo thu pauple of Ashtabula for thu hospitable enter taimuenl of its members,, which wero appro priately responded lo by Messrs. Frrcn, Fas- sett, A. F. ilunnAituiiud Clcml.ns. The Institute has been au entire success, and the teachers over 1.10 leave for their win ter's work, feeling that they havu been greatly benefited by thu extreises of the week. Officers for the disusing year wero- elected as fo flows : Pnsiedeut, Prof. I. M. Clemens, Ashtabula. Vice-President, Miss Anna Giddings.Jcfiurson.. Si-creliiry, Mr. W. F. Peters, Mourou.. Trcus. L. II. Means, Morgan. Executive Committee, Prof. It. A. Andrews, Conuennl. II. U. Johnson, nnd Mr. C. A. Ilibbard. JITerson. Instituta adjourned on Thursday evening ro hold ils annual session Nov 11th. 1872 E J. GRAVES. Sec'y. W'intku. Tho rough rost-loHxl streuis give tlio rumble ot tlio carriage wliceia a i;iiificant ilistiiietnesa, and the click of tUe iron-cliul hoofs, aro liko liainmvrs hpitefully struck upon tho rock. Wo look tip to tlio lowering lieavcna dark and forbidding, but the goes of day is not there, nnd his chariot wheels are ho uiuUled nnd his pavilion ot murky cloud so dense thai we are left to suspect that ho may bo oil' duty tiu iinting audi a wo poudcr, exclaim ten liourn, is wnknowu to usj w e exclaim, d.i. ..i -ii. ... mo weamev in iiaru, out lair. livery- body who believes in- tlm dignitjr ol man ought to be gratefrtl lor such weather us this. It gives us the conditions which make dignity a possible thing. In mid summer, ns wo recollect, tho lie&l ia such that 'we "get sweaty," and it any man can tell us how human dignity can be illustrated with a willed shirt collar, and a lot of flies or inorquilocs around, bothering and biting a fellow, ho would cuuler a ,reat fay r. Il is just as bad wlkeu tho aidew alkn are slippery . Wliut van wo do in the dignity line, when we carry with us thu couciouHtieHS thai our heels may be twice as high as our head the next minute ? Uainy weather is just us bad. How can a man bo dittni- tied with. Iiiji head under un umbrella, and the black diij dripping about his coat-tail ? Mow, humanity has a fair chance. Everybody's, back is straight, hat brindicd, noso in tho air, overcoat on, and tlio clean corner of a handkerchief protruding trumth breast pocket. It is in a i04iditiou aud in weather like this, that man "asserts his supremacy over tho brute creation," and does- several things that are not to- be snceted at by superior intelligotiets. A Word to Fakueiu. Ol all tae dreury places, deliver us lroin the dreary uwui nouses wmoo so many call Home. lVnrt for a front gate ; chickens wallow inji before tho door ; pig-peus elbowing the house iu the rear ; scraggy trees never cared tirr or no trees at all 't no cheering shrubs ; no neatness ; no trim nets. And yet a kwn, und trees, aud neat walk, and plcataul ieuce areuud il, don't cost a Kieat deal. They cau be so cured little by liitle, at odd times, and the expense hardly Wit, Aad it the liino comes when it is best to sell the farm, fifty dollars to invested will vtleu bring back tivo hundred. For a mania a brtito who will not insensibly yield a higher prioe for such a farm, wbeu he thiuks of tho pleusant surroundings it offers lo his wile and childreu. Fanners beautify and adorn your farms ; set vut orchard, ah ubbery, shade trees ;. lay off lawns ;. build good loncet ; put up go.d gates, and paint or while wash youx out houses and fences. The grape erop of the Lake Erie is lands this year Is estimated at 10,000 tons, worth, at (he lowest prioss, o00, tKKi. 'rpa ar ealtivated is 9,000 acres. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' Offli of Tat Smith Miitino Co. AilUabula, ., A(. MM. 1871. jJOTl-Gls fa hereby eiven, that tho An- , I"1 He "f th ("iloclinWers f Ml Pllin C, Knilih Iron Minniu C-ompany i.f Lnltm Nnun-lor, Mtrh., will b hulil mi Iho oftlr f MliiromiwinTln tbe lllrnrn of Atitobiila In the Hlnie of Ohio, on Momtay. Ihe Ut flr of .Innnnry nett.si rlrron o'rlork i. , iotbns::d there elect IHreclnre of esld Coinpsny for Ihe vneulng yearl and tat the trenUu ot oihor bn.ln... IIRRT f A98KTT, Seeretsrr. 61U lSTIt AY.-Came upon the J. 11. W.tt- Z" b1 frn " Mrtay mnplnj No. tr.th.a nelrof MULES. Tbe owner can have the mine br nnivlntf properry and prl" chri;ce. O. E. HKTTLKTON. 11)11 SALE. One Cutter, one pair ot one boree Bobs aud on one borne. Wntnn. l"tf T. A. MOSUKR. FOUTZ'b CF.I.KDRATKB Horse afli Cattle Pawiers. (ff, Tltl pifpiirflttdii, long nnd furorabty knonn.'mill thotnufrUjr rc-tnrlpoiato U nkt n tl.iwn niinl luw -aptrlitd, lmrfst, Yiy Ktrt'imtlK-nitiK and: cUaf ng tlie Itcntitctt lit. 4 inUtitit f. it I a rnr' vniii of all difmwt z rtl'.flhV- Incid- rt to ttitB tininl, mcii u i-UNl f Itlf, I.LA. HKIH, Y IMJ.ttW W ATI! It. li :.Vi:. roirCilM. I'H TKMl'KK, KKVKm, KOI'N PK It , I.'HSOF AIM'FTi TK AM) VITAL KN'KUOY. Us tt-tc Imprtvci Uie wind, uiciu.tvj the npri-iiu tivfi fimontii ttid Ni' aLtin -ind tr:tnff. m' ihe mirrnhi tual-ion To kfiKT of Cow thli prfparm. tloii i4 inwthmlf. )t iii n fiure nie- v.mlve Bni'.t Iiiidcr-t, Hollow I Horn. He. It tin Th'vo Trov- br rtctitnl fxrwiiirunt to Irterenw the 'utmntiiv nf milk siiid e nm tsrrntv sTlt 'f cent, nnd mnk the butter firm fimi Mill, in MttftnnK cnttip, it i.itmUiriye iuuc!i fufter. Tn ftll rt'i'Mi ;f Rwin. t!c CeugV.i, Tlren la Vie l.t.iii(, i.iv?-,j.,iiii. urtt.jie-u-u i in.; ilo. Ily nut hit r otti one- h.itf fi iwivr to n iivr I i ! ti-ir i'l Hf -.Tit) tlit? !)'! f' tf wil H- -ith c .tt d or rtinn-lv i".-rnt' -1. If iti,wn in tint n f- t iia p vniiv tnJ: cir fu; I. leU( t'httl.-i x DAVID E. F0UTZ, Proprietor, BAiTinar.n, im. FV Pit- hr nni:rtl nuft ?'n".'lc'-p.M t'n'u);lieuk tht l'tii-tl dt:itc, ClDiiila anil UualJ Alucucd. FOn TUB REIT KI X.TT BATS, Wo will fell the VENTILATOR STOVES At dlconnt, beltijf tie Irons-of ecttlni? many Inte usuai poxnlhk' thia whiter- All who expect lgct bow itoye will ilu well tu cell ou or address ASHTABULA STOW COM PAST, snil they will hc.nr eonMthlnif to their edventajre. Thee smree aro no-ortcrcil iivrfuct and cutr.i'Jite beeutirill, durshle Bndtttf'filtltl'ul, ntnimta. oy. -.'.TjI. isvi. 4.1(5 . ATTENTION. A5f now ready to t.-iko ordprs for all kinds nf Ornaments Treo, Sbrube and Hone PUitt; Bleu, ull vuriellue at Fruit Trees, both Stni(tRrr nnd DHSrf. Thenkfu! for the IIIhtbI patronnje heretfre keetow npun mo in thl town, I ehull eiiilcKvor lev tl 11- all enlrra hi realtuc iiitruttud to nie with pmmpnicie.nR(l ecet f'Ue.. I,, n. lirdKIRI.D. i Asit DrljrkMm Nanerre, AoeluMMr, T. T. Oysters! Oysters TUB BMTA CIIE.1PKT IK TOWX. Br the Cq or Cuo, a tm J. M. FAl'tKXU SO'!.. Air FIRM I II. F. CULVER & CO.r Tako p'reeure In annonneliiB lo Ihe pnblle that they nine lcai'il tin- iiriiiiurty lurmiirly occuuli.d by b. W. Oary ma OAREIAGE MANUFAOTO'Y and aro now prepared tn do nil kind nf carrlajrn and Waiiu WKiit. t-ncial aitention will be elveu to all ktlidi of n-tiulrliiL'. TIIK I'AlNTINO wilt he nder tho dlm-tlon of Mr. Ifowi-y. who nu eupi-rlore In thle ilcpartn-i-nt. Mr. fiiln-r will have charu'e of ihu Hiat-kiniililint. To thoue who nnTi! even hl work during the iiaat nmin-r. Ue evda no riHomuii'iidalion. Weliope hr a etrk-t hii lion to hwinr ami and a prompt lulnllim-nt f all -ur cui;u'j'niii, to merit aaii eutqrg a ahareof the pnbHe pftlroiKie 4) A DNINISTUATOU'S N()Tlt'K.-No- J- . Una btliurob kIvu llmt the nndi-nli-iipd haa liien v npiNilnted Adimnl-tialnr, Aom nwi, Willi will annexed, on Miu nalalo of .liiKllen Kohee, lie ceaned. Iiituuf 1'lj luoiitli, AbUnbula i onnty, Ohio. a" aiii:l KKI M. New Rarbcr Shop I I'lITLIP KLIXE, has jnut otirned a tlret claan Shunlni; nmr ITalr PwIb Saloon, over tbe (hue more ol Win. (.'lover, to wuicU lu iuvilve all hl fi U-iiiie lo dull and ace blub. 8m'iU KOTICB. IJUE notice i hereby triven lo all par- tlua owlnv Dra II. H. & K. V. Vm Nuiumii, m a Arm or individually to rail and nettlo with. nil deliiy, aa the booka must be elunud up al the enrllexi povalliiu diite. Dr. O. II. alnea, my euociiaanr, la uuthorlml to rcvltusll nioiilue aud rocelpl Uie aaine. K. V. VAN NOItMAN. M. T). Aahtabula, Nov. Tth, J;m1. em 9 O 0,00 O ACRES EXCELLENT FARMIN'O AND srLENUlI IVIICHIGAN, PINE LANDS, FOR SALE, On M lilch are One Thousand million of au 't'lmbttr, and IncxhaiiallbU QuantllUa jriaplv, lleet h SMau. A all. UriuJork, tak, Ac, ' rpIIK prant of lands to the Grand Rap- 4- and Indiana Itallroad Company, io build thuii ltoad froru Kort Wayue, Indiana, lo 'I'raverae Hay and Mackinaw, Mlrbliran, coinprl.liiK in tin omnium landa every variety of .oil, from Hie rich clay loans to the lluhl aaudy, and tbey aaa found lo that eectloa ut Mich liian, nortli of the ( ity 0T (Iruud Hapida, aud eoinU-a-oua to the weal n ull belt on Hie raaiurn ahoroaof Ijike MirhlKai., now tielu rapidly developed by railroad aud inker euletycleee. Thu rise Ijnn are laaA e tbe nnekeirnn. Mania tee, I'ere Narlultti. While I'hie; 'tamarack, Klat aud Kooire Rivera, and lyinit iweuty inllea nu eltlivr aide of the eurveved Hue of eaid road, and are lu the krart ot pUci'1" fcu,llou' frum hUb t'Uleago la sa largely aup- r.ra.1.. 1 ... ...1.1 ... V --..I ... - - , .-uu....uiuivinuii vciirv prtvveu.il. oue quarter down, balance In veurlv payan-n, hilerett 1 per t ent, Perron dealroue of loeatloua foi fame will. ...vh.huh i mr iMiiru, rn urann uapiila, oe rurulatl- il W ill tl.-k..!. ..... .K ....... II.... . . . er rarea.ka La the event of piirebaxlnv any of the Com pany e ftii-utlew lead, ynr Informailou alMut the lauda. uflce, locaUoa, ae., adoreaa, WM. A. IIUWAKU. .'!" . Land CoiamlMlouer, Tve l ariat. W.a kaaida. Mlek Tea. Tea. Another invoice f that ioiir Tea lu.t received at Bwltt'a, and alMi a real of s picture wblrh roea io eai h purcbaaea dealiing la, t'ao a Siiiah apply uf graua '1'vae from sue pound upward. Cofice. . Coffee. The attention of Ihe lovers of a mod enp of Coffee Is railed to the "Uraoulated t O'clock Break laet CoHva," aald to be Imported from the tnoonlalnoua rt'-toa or eilon, t. of ioe eiiaHiT end-eicellriil Savor, ror eale laDoaadpickafeaaiKwlA'aUiusator. . HI ate AMUSEMENTS ! Smith's Opera HoiisCa Miller's Atheneum. FOaFOUU NIGHTS ONLY t Monday Evening Dec. 4 opens with Mrs. Sonthwnrthti thuiUUig lig- cr Komanct tn titled thu Hidden Hand I Mr. A. O. MIIiLETt, will appear In his y rest iiiiliuiauuniiuu ui "WOOL!" Admission 50 Crnts Children 23 Cents' Itcaerved scuts 75 Cents. Tickets lor title al . II. Gilkkt'S Dry Quods Store. PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT. OR both oiinr' Ladles rwid Gi-nile- men. Not a cent lo be Inveated. and-yon eaa And plea, tv of work iu your own neighborhood. Write and flud out. Addruaa, BOX MK), 41 Aebtalmta. O. THE NEW YUKK Evening Tost for 1872. We will lupply the Evening Poet aa follow DAILY. One year .... r or euorler perlixl WiE Kit. Single Copy year.... . .... . . Five Copiva " " Ten " " Twenty " " $! .(1 per mouth ...tl IW . ... 7 Ul to ...Ml Oil SKMI-WEEKLY. Single Coplc one year S3 00 Five C'oplee ' 14 60 Ten Copiua " no 00 Or we will aend the followini; pcriodicale to eubscrih era. In coniuction wltii (Ue KvenoiK I'uat. at Uie pricee nauiud: With With Weekly r-emi-Wcrkty. Ssenkiir I'oxt. Keutni; I'oat. HnrperTi Weekly fl 50 fu gi) Harper'e Hazar 4 fiO I uu lltirper'e Magazine 4 la) s (Mi Every Na urdav 6 0 t Ml Atlantic Monthly I lit CM Our Younir Folke S 00 4 Ml Ncrioiier a Monthly 4 Jill 00. The (ilys.y 4 H0 t 5lh ihe AKrlculturellat 4 00 Hearth and Home 8 75 6 lift Chrietiun Union a no 6 00 To each anliecrtbere to the Evening Poet aod ChrMlan Union for one year will be eent two exqjtiailu French Oil Chroinoe. entitled "Wide Awake" aud "lfrt A Bleep," wjjich aru worth at retail $10 pet pair. Tar it i trt rrt For It Crnta wo will eend the Weekly Evening Tout from now lo January 1, or for .Ml ( enln we w ill aeud tbe Henil-Weekly Eveaiug I'oat during the earn time. Spcolaaeu. aaaahara rent 0o. Addreea, WM. C. BUY ANT & CO.. ' NEW YOKK. Bargains I Bargains ! 4T WAITE & SILIS. AVE hnvp a few sets of Children's V v Fura which we are bound to clone out at abort notice. Ailba.aeveral grade of Men'a Fur CoUara. BUSINESS I BUSINESS r BUSINESS ! New etyle of Hat and Cape. Jnat opened. We wai t titfliow every buoy a bugaiu we have tootfer ink'uUar. Jnet received. VHIiPAHK VOM W1KTEB t By bujlne your Overcoat of Watte A SDL QO TO WA1TJE 4- SILL'S aa Se wAal the can io Ji Ton ! A VERT scryieaMw Snit for tr, W Ami A SILL'S. Bulf at tK, IIS. $15. $M. ITS. and npwanf, at w aIi k a BILU. An auawtaeo oraU voof Paul, olre' for $. at WAITS A blLk'B. ram the Chean Takla. Bova aa4 TanlB'a Aoata anA Paula, at eati, at Onr motto for the Fall trade la Outct Mm. Umatt tmt Mt and ao Ivng VriU4. W ANTED. A Yonntf Man of Snila ale are aud qnaliflcalloua, aa a tudeDt lu lb oca of the aubacrlber. G. W. KU.SON, Dentl.t. Aahtabula. Sept. 4th, 1OT1. Ilif HOWARD SAMITAKY AID AUOCIATION. FOR the UelrcTirrMl Cure of the Erring and UuflHtauate.oa Principle ol Cbrlatlan Phi lanthropy. r,Htoia BCrra r INII, aatel laia Pallara Aar, tu relation to Mtaiiu and Mocua Kvuj. with aaultary aid lor Ihe a Otic ted. beut free. Healed envelopea. Addreea, IIUWAKU ASSOi'lATION. boa P. Pailaaelpkia, Pa, ir-ion Carriage at Bargains. TlIE Subscriber has a number of first ctaat Llrkt BaKclea, o4 Ike keel enelertal aad workmaa- eblp, which he le detenoined to clear oat for anythiua tkey will bring. No better opuorlualtv oaa be found lrobutuln an article of tola kind, or modern patent at vie and Sulab. than 1 now ofTrred. t. W. OAKY.' Aaneabala, opavatta Aouab Park, ana tUr. Saaf AaarrAivvt, Yovuraarnwa A PiTfuiuaoa,' Kail Koad Compauy, Pflli a of the Secri-nuv. Avhtntiuia. ohkt. A7Mfnjr orA. iim: QUBSCRIUKKS io th Cnidtnt Mouk KJ of the Aahtahnla Yonngptnwn A I'lltabnrith llall Koad Company are hereby Botlflcd thai an ln-lall- ment often (lit) per runt, upon the Capital Slock of raid Company baa been called In, payable on or helnre Ihe IDili day of December neat, at Ihe oillce uf tbe treasurer or Aeeiaiani inamirnr. S14I F. rllLLIMN fecrctary. TpSTRAY 1. Came tifion the prcmipis or rne annacriner, na- amnoaa- tna mm ma. A rather email aired bav mare CHI, T, nme ibree yiara eld, which the owner la r'tyiaeted to oral I and take away, after paying all nrrery evpe n.-a. K. H. LAl'IIAM. arbrook, Sootti Xlap, Kev. Sid, letl. Si4S THE ELIAS HOWE &EWIAQ MACHINE, TUB BEST IN USE. SOLD UT Q. A. 8TREETEU, Oppoalt Bank. SOIf Anbtubnla, Ohio. II. D. KENDALL & SON, Would call a (teal kin to their alock of FALL & WINTER GOODS, Hoe complete In (very department a DRESS GOOKS, Foreign an A Soaaeetle, we save all the Now Beolrabi) Fabrlca. We Invite Inepectlon of tbe New ahadea fn onr (took of Drap National, Drnp Impedale, Drep d'Ete. Double anil tingle Merinos,. Double and Sin gle Caebmeree, Klnprea Clothe, Baden Cloths, Vel ours and Poplin, Including the celebrated Flat Brother' In Single Demi aud Daublo. OCR STOCK OF VELVETS AND SILKS t by Atr the rargeet we ever had in toreu THE QUALITIES WE KEEP Are-too well known- fn tkle community bo roqulrc ftirtber mcution, ouly adding that PONSGX MAKES NO BFTTEK V ELVET. B0-NNE7 MAKES K" BETTEU SILK, Than can b found (a our Stock. HOSIERY, GLOVES. AN UNDER WARE. To thee Department we (live KSrF.CTAt ATTEN TION, and fee) confident that no better aifcortineiite, lu variety aud qualiljrcau be fouuU. Wi invito attention to the line of TRENCH HOSE, Jaat received" . aietblrg new In ooifer SUSSES AND BOYS. Jnet t thing for kukating and eold weather. II. D. KENDALL tc SON. BLANKETS ! BLANKETS! WE have just reciivcil a fresh Stock of White, and Colored Ulaukcta that will be aold a. cloae prlcea for caak. We are a:lllnga good Qrey Blanket for ii 50 a pair. NUBIAS I NUBIAS I New atylea Jnat opened troan IS cent to ft 50,. SOARFS. SCARFS. SCARFS. Men and Boy' Waolcark. ia great variety, from S3 tenia let. We are offering a great Baqrata la BLACK HEAVER, at H per Yard. 3 Cases Woolen Goods Ooeawd thli week at TYLER & CARLISLE'S. AND VNDBMTAKINta, ee S. It EACH II AS just opened a new Furniture and I'ndertakttta! Hoaea lu Aaktabatn. (orjnawtta the Kevaaae taiUertor' mc,l to whlck he reeutettully In vite all who feel friend I y toward Ihe opealng or a new etakaieameul la Ihe place, Ut give klio a rail. He will keep couataiitly an baud a first eiaaa aaaoruaoat of PARLOR, CUAJiBJCR, DINING-ROOM AKD OPFICK FUKNITURK, and la fact everything la the Una. The tJndertaklng Dopartmttut will be found not only a large tariety of the bed Coffin, and Ca.kete, but Shrowd. Trimaiin e. A suod Uearae aioaya la reecUaea for caLe. . . lOlt SALE. ONE ol thd best Farms In the Town ship of llariier.fleld, conafatlag nf M aerea, t0 acre ol earn tliubervdi Well wabieod and good farm b'lilillnirr, lo Ihi eold by the nil or January, HT. Price SKI yer acre, fiMeaa Uiau actual value. Karma ailjotnluu held al f ill per acre, but rot for aala. Poa particular reueum1 thia tarut mimt be eold. The beat oaraln III leal emute ever onvred. Kor terma. A. euiilreor KDUAH il ALL, Real aetata Aeal,. Aahta bula, Ohio, 41 Oue of the cet farm tn lha town.hlp of tlarperaneld,. hatl a mile eaal of loj;uiacornera t uontaluiugHaacree.. Two aeiea of which is rplendtdly lluibereo ; a rood auijar bu.h i II acres of river bottom, Ike best land ia Ihe r-Utc. Uoiiil liulldlniia ; a young orchard ; irood water, and everything- about ft In good condition.. Price. ft:i6,uu per acre, ajft. uudiirvalue. paruis adjoin ing held at till, per ac r, and are not for sale.' A clear title warranted. Thia ia the beat bargain In farm prop el ty ever oUured. A Woolon Mill of four Url, and H acrea of land toitetlier with a 4(1 fi.ot race waior poHuri eltnatcd la. Plyiuouih. 'Uauaproierty has lain lul lor a long tine,, but Imiow liiWr.' n arkii. Could be und lorgriet mill, paper mill, vliuir laciory, turnli g rectory, or any other purpose Ueeirud ; only a short distance irom Aehlsuula. village. Price, ixi, ou ej.y term ; a good bargain for aouie euuntulic pursou. A hoiue anil lot on corner of Bank and Raat atreet, acre lot. and two alory house with wing, furnished throughout ; a very domraule puiee for a busmeaa man Ueiu Hun tell so ucar Uie centre of village, Prlra S4U0, on good terms. B.V honen and lot In lha Eaat Village lot 1 acre, S rod l.uiil and no deep ; atory anil a bull house and wing all, tliiiehuii good cellar autl 81X1 Ull. cistern, well frulluil aud evcr)liilii caseiiliul to make ltagooa home. t'OO- A house and lot on Cheatnut street, aero of land l' well truiteti, gnod v. ell, medium house. Price tluuaud aitreut baixaiu. Pauice waul tu go weal, aud. ara willing tu mien Ilea. For term and particulars regarding any of tbe above property, call on tDUAit HALi., Heal Katale Atwut, Aiiiiubulu, Ohio, tinlcu over buuriuau ek ilall'a Later OUNDUIIANGO I Bliss, Keene & Co's Flu idExtracta The woudi rful Kemedy for ciNn n, KYPIIILIS, SrilOFt LA. t7i.. t I MS, MALI Mlia. liri alld ALL (ll'UKR (IIIIoMI BLOOU UlShASI S. Dr. P. T. KKENE having jnrt returned from Bcnador and brought with him a o,uautilgr of Ihe genuine C'undu. raugo burk, secured through the odlclal reoommenda lion und amUtauee if Hie Excellently the President ot kcuitUor.and the government of that Republic, we ara Drupaiedto si) order for it to a limited extent, and at a price about nc. quarter of that which the cost of the Urst biiihII supply compelled us to charge. Our Huld Extract i yreparcd from the gtnvtnt C'un duraiigo Bark fna Lnja, Ecuador, secured by as sistance ol the authorities of that country. Sold by alk Druggists in pint hoitles. having on them onr nam, trade mark aud full directions for us. Prle tit Lab ratory No. WJ, Cedar 8t-, New York. BLISS, KEENE A CO. D. W. Bliss, X.. I)., Washington, D.O.: 7.. K. Blisa. tL. P.. Now York ;. P. T. Keene, at. I).. New York. A i-ni ii 1 1 i.i .it t i,. ..i . . . . i i ,i .1 if fctsj ,,rm . .rtr .y thr yrmtHaml brml rj fit h nr. 1 .;. iUS.iSTI t CO., Ilo-lnn. Mnaa. " 1 liv " ' '' ".' ' ,( Chicago Destruction. A full and complete hiatorv of Chloaeo. bee naat. nrea. ent and future. Wrth emnhlo aceuea kaaldenls and fnIL flails or tlia draastcr. by (ito. P. 1' nn. editors of the Chieairo TriH and J. W. Rhea. hieago Trilnim. With over 4U0 ymnw. aim mi iiiusiraiions. ii is now rcaaly ar delivery. AGEr4TS WANTED Sca M tnt o"1" .. MIN 1 ' n rlvolee of terrlto. ry. Union Publishing Co., Chicago. 111., er. Phlla., Pa. "WIDE AWAKE A&vs. . . , French OH Cbromoa- aubjects Life elxc. exquisite fac-slmllca of original oil painting., givca away to every aubscrlberto HENRY WARD BEECHER'S rreat Literary. Religious, Weekly Newspaper. Agcnta have great auccess. Oue took 1,000 namee in S months; another r72 in 34 days ; auothe 11 In one week ; one 47 In one tiny, aud manv ntkers eoually v. ell, making from t5 and $10 to-1 V) pw day. Take on.i.I..hl I An old agei. who knows, says : "I think it the best business for can. vasserc ever ottered. Sorry I did not engage sooner." Pays better thau any book agency. A rare chance to muku money. LOCAL AGENTS WANTED, rutcll.grnt men and women wanted everywhere. If you wish good terrltoiy. send early for circular and terma. J. B. FORI) CO., S7 Park Place. New York ; It llrnmrl'-ll St., Boatou, Maaa; SH5 Weat Madison 81.. Chicago. UL UNIVERSALIS!. 8nnd fo free sample copy of the CHRISTIAN LEAItKIL, a flsst class weekly journal, published by the New York SlMo Convention of Cnlversallats, and containing the sermons of Dr. E. H. (Cbnpln. Torme 8.50 per year. Address, Publisher Christian Leader, lias Broadway, New York Cliy. BO YJOAXl. NBW YORK OCSERVER $i per Annan, biclmllng Year Book for 18T9. SIDNEY E. MOnSK, JR. Ac COITJLPANT. 87 Pork Row, New York SAMPLE COPIES FREE. WILL. M. CARLTON, Author of Dotsey Axierl I -ro Out,'-' Erifte and wrltps for tlia DEtROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE, The Best Faintly Newspaper In Ihe Country. 1. a year Seud fur spuciuieu copy and club circular. Addreea. TlIE TRIBUNE, Detroit, Mich. WfiflTVQ HOreRIlOLD "lAGAZINk?. TV JJ XJ O Is ottered freo during the coming year to every subscriber of Merry's Museum, the Toledo. Hlmle, t'oineroy's Democrat, etc.. which la au evldenco- Psrton. Theodore Tlltnn, flail lUmlllonT etc., write for' evei uuiitiu r. In eliiTmig. it oilers three tjoab-claaa periiHliesIs lor the price of one of them. A variety af premiums on equally liberal terms. It is an original, nrt elnws mmwlim. Volume X begiua witb Jan. 7S. 'I lin e spiiMiueii enpies free. Adjaesa-H. P. WOOD, ' Newburgh, X. Y. VCOK A A Jtu lll l liorse mrnlshed. Expense paid. 11. B. SHAW, Alfred, Ma. mm OVER ONK HCrNDUEO PACES, Printed In Two Colors, ou superb tinted piper. Four Hundred Ungraviugaof Flowera, Plautaaod VegeUbelr. with Descriptions, audi TWO COLORED VLATES. Directions and plan for making walks,, lawns, gard ens, c. The I annulment and bet floral guide la to world. All lor ten cents, to those who think of bnylug seeds. Not a quarter the cost. 8(10,000 eold ol 1871. Address, JAMES VICE., Rochester, N. Y. PF. T PI P R' Tn Uec' No-l Pric" e- i U A U 1 O place VochI and Iustr'l Piano Muale worth 4 In .heel form. We will mall, two back Nos. for 50c., four for Hoc.. MTTRTfAT.or January, to Dec. '71, for tlSoT IU (J O X UflM regular price, (3). Bound coplea foa- lil, gilt side, aud cilges, t-V TheA niui-le is by Hayes, Thomas, Klnkle.Cal MAN TrTT.'V0",,uodi utc- Address J. L.'Pater A X1JJ I sou Broadway, N. Y. P. O, Box 64SS CASH FOIt PRODUCJB. STREVER .fc BRAYT05T, Proudnct CoimulonioB Merchant, 79 Harcl&x 8treet, Ney V.vrlr T k,i.. I l A .. a-. a. ' K'k, Poultry, (.unie, Uugn, U4vu, ad vli jwoiiuw. ' t-'riinillt rastliriiai liili.raxl 10,000 Agents Wanteda I nmediately. fSOO (an b made tn alxt dav. Every reider i f this, both old and voumr. ahould .mil Si mnL gel sUaampleatunt must aall fo $1. each, with full par-, ticiilars. bend at once, as I in determined to bava 10. UX) AgeuU within the next sixty dsvs. Addaeaa, t. i. uaAuuciuiliaeld, Ohio.. A GENTS WANTED. Afrema aOk XV more monay al work for uatkaa.at any Ukigelse.. Bualnesa lkrht and permanent. Parttculara tree. O. timson A to. Fiue Art Publisbeta, Port lasd. ktalna. NOW READY. New Ponnlar Map of Ohlo.-8le, 8x8 tnrhe. Raflroada, Town, sblpa. Ac. Bells rapidly. Small capital required. Very large proof. Send for circular to K. C. Bildgman. I Uiirelav St.. Naiw v..vlr ' $4.9 A MONTH. Horse furnishtd. TaWtJ Eipeuses paid. H. B. Bnaw, Alfred, Me? t? UNNiEST ihinprs on earth Ireeto alL A. Address aUI in R . r?fl LI at 1 rU.l.win. w- , w..v.. Avoid quacks, a vietiti t tar, ly IndiKretlon. eauslnc aee voaa deblUsv. Draaaalaradw. cay, Ac. having tried iu vain every ail veil W4 reniedv. naaa eunpie mean ol aelt-cure,-winch he will seed fre tii ble Ivtluw-auCvrese. Ataresa J. It. Tl'TTLK, Nassau St., Ne Vorfe. 4tS I FOR 8ALBI oEVEM Aoret of Land, wit It good buildings and choice frait. Situated I waasllas weat of Ashtabula Vlllag.oa Sek Rlilg. This lea very aVslr. able proerty aiu oaa aaeking a boaaa Bear tka taava. ' Price tx.oOU. L. al. fttONBY, lilt ' T. O. CROSBY. ' Kxeaotnra af (ha Kauta af Z. Oroskr. - AahUbala O..Bpi.7ih rPAKE NOTICE. AH persons indt-bt. ' ad to Smith A fltlkey ara argently reouflatad to eallaed eeltla. a Iba kaeiaaea at be tins re on. ' latl B. al. Lr.