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xsnTABuiu, onio. aMaasaafjsasBaaBM S Saturday Bftrnin?, Deo, 3D, 1871. ITEMS. t-fTJaeeto Bkrker, a brokerr well known In " insnclal circle throHtJivtit the United State, died t PhMtdclpUiw on Turadny, aged ninety' tbrce. tVA negro In the Ohio PenttentUr has aonfbaaed to hT been the murderer of Mrs. Ormiby, near Springfield, in, Will State, a year aid a half ago. ty In the Senate, Jta Sumner, has. offered an amendment to Hre Constitution, con tin inn the President to owe term, to taka cfflrcl March .aitk. 1873. CTThe Olillppilattrre trifl assemble on New Year's dayv On Monday, January 8lh, .GoTernor Nov will be inniigurMcil, and the United Slates Senator will bo chosen next day, Jan. 9th. IVThe President lias nominated and the Senate confirmed ex-Senator Williams, of Or egon, as Attorney General, to succeed Mr. Akcnnan, whose resignation- wUltaLc effect Jan. 10th. CffThe-uysterlous wild man wlio-lins been tile subject of sensation for some years, was recently shot desd by a citizen residing near Llrermore Ps, CnlKbrnin, whom he attempt ed to kill. He was simply a dangerous luna tic whose name nud uativily was not ascer tained. . The president has been asked to issue a proclanrntibu declaring martial law In Arkan sas, Florida and Georgia, where the recent disturbances haro come to the knowledge of the authorities. The President will hold the matter under advisement, nd w ilt not net hastily. tS"The Washington ChrenieTc says Gen. Scuenck, our Minister, to England, having ac complished, his purposo with reference to the Ttwwty. of, Washington, and regarding his per sonal' ibfeiest here as imperative, has request ed the President to name a successor and call him home. Cy A positive denial is given to the report that the Spanish man-of-war Vasco de Nunez fired blank cartridge at the steamer Florida when shu was leaving St. Thomas. The Con tarcia, ft Havana newspaper, says orders had previously been Issued to the vessels of the Spanish squadron to oease annoying the Flori da, and ta. retire- from rhcvicinity. t&Tfce Ku Klux of Sahne county, Mo., on ChrtMnsas day, indulged tlierr Inst fnr blood by a ferocious slaughter of negroes. The dis patch' does not pretend to give h number of victimson witness having seen five bodies. A csowdi o aimed men started ont swearing that they would clear out every uetcro in the county. tJfChicago Postal matters are Increasing. On the 22d instnnt the largest amount of mail matter ever received in that city in a single day came to hand. Postmaster was compelled to leave more than forty tons outside, It being utterly Impossible to get it Inside the post efllce building. jyTho American steumcr Florida, started frotn St. Thomas for New York, on the Hill Inst., when the Spanish nuiir-of-war Yutcv tie Yu vi immediately folliwn). and firing a Uunk cartridge after her, overhauled and ex amined her papers, which were found to be correct, aud the Florida proceeded1 on her Toyage. tJ"A teamster in charge or a wagon loaded with barrels of benzine, near Tltusvillc, last week, emptied bis lighted pipe upon one of the barrels. A terrible explosion and con flagration was the result. The driver escaped with Hirie injury, and the frightened horses kicked IkomsclYcs free. The wagon aiut load were consumed. tffOne short year ago Peter Cooper, Moses Taylor and John Jacob Astor certified tha1 the Comptroller's accounts wcro accurately .and correctly kept and that he was an honest man. Connoly is now lying in Ludlow street jail for robbing the Treasury, and the New York Timet wants those three to show their confidence In that honest but unfortunate, man, by becoming sureties upon his bail-bnd. nfSenator Kdmunds, of Vermont, lias in troduced ft bill li the Senate, for tho regula tion of tho civil service. It provides that ap pointments to all offices except postmasters, and such as are required by law to bo made by the President with tha consent of the Sen ore; shall depend irpon open competitive ex aminations. To that end, a Board of Com missioners Is to be appointed for five years, tialose sooner removed by the President. fJ"A resolution, Introduced by Mr. Sumner, was adopted in the Senate, inquiring whether ny money had been paid on account of any ftssertcd lease of the Hay of Sumaua to the United Btittus, and, if so, by whom, oulof wsat (hud, and to. what amount i also, if such moneys have buen pnld by private person, then to report tlx name of such person, with their business, aud the Inducement to this outlay. . A man of cultivation) refinement and tulaiit capable of writing and speaking with ft power that few possess It seems almost Inex plicable how TliBonnnn Tii.ton ran reave the legitimate paths it which so much of honor and fame might bo gathered, to tread the course wherein is naught but an nneuvlahle notoriety. At ft lecture recently delivered at West Chester, Pennsylvania, his utterances were so offensive and the doctrines advocated so opposed to all of purity and goodness, thirt at the close of the lecture bo was publicly de nounced by ft distinguished gentleman pres ent The most charitable excuse which tan be offered, is that upon the subject of Free Love and Woman's Itights, he nas become monomaniac, and thus Is an object of pity ratbtr than of any harsher feeling.' The Puritan prejudWe against Christ mas day hat, aaya the T)ihunet not yet been entirely abated j but iWoWrvanco of th'u chief of holiday haa now be come so general tliat one newaaorr m nearly Puritan at any- jiMiiiil can be it tMa year ef our Lord, prorosei thai Cnristma saall be kept at a festival, but not aa religion festival eemmemora live of tl SaVier't birth kear ki fuetr like) New Year'a day, Thanksgiving day, or, we tuppoae, the Fourth, of July or the Seventeenth of June. It ls rather too late to make a change like tWtv Ver pearly nineteen hundred years Christrmse bat treat! dedicated to a tpeoino rcinem braocf, an J, ttxeul at the univertary vliich it professes- to be, It would be hfd to aisign any rnon for keepiug it t ail. It bit been- abneeslyWid aoXaa the SaLbatli :: but tliia it no atitEcieat reason. fbriirnoriuor it Central idea. It rnav L touudtd tiuon Jnytb, but, bar itig gathered about it a thousand poetical Msoviationa, perhaps it will do no harm, iu this prosato world, t3 go on believing in it to the cud. ' The triennial report of the Attorney General ot Ohio,, eaya the Herald, wat filed wka the (Governor on the 80th, in regan the Morgan Jlald Claims. Af- !tr reviewing , the action of the court, the Attorney General tat s wTln claims sehetWed by the. Cununissioners under the act of W6s Militia claims have by my oLvioe been paid. . The claims sched uled as Union, ul.tinn and damages by the rbeL forces. cajiiKi,.nndeXi tho above decision of the Supreme Court, be paid without further legislation, and warrants therefore have beun relused when applied for. It Would seem reasonable- and just that these damage sustained by a com mon enemy and incured for the common defcuso should be equally borne by the commonwealth and that lite better judg ment of our people will JtiimUuly un dergo Uie payment of these cluims. I uui tatisrW that quite a largo portion ot the Union cluims ate of the same char acter as ihoaejsclicdulud as Militia claims, and have been for sonio reason or other, erroneously classed as Union claims. If such is tho case it is not ouly inequitable but illogical not to provido tor their pay ment and I would rcspeuttully suggest the appointment of a commission to re examine these claims and put them in such a siluulMMr that they may be paid." The Attorney General urges the ne cessity of u thorough revision of all law relative to incorporated companies. Re garding railroad corporations the rtporl says : "Tho viuw of my predecessor in his last report touching railroads de serves, as I think, the euruest attteuliuu of the Geuciiil Assembly. These mam moth corporations in other States are gradually but surely seizing upon and making their own all the thoroughfares ot this character in the Statin, either by purchase or leave, and if they are allow ed to do this, ceaseless vigilauuo will be required to prevent them from levying such tax upon the commerce and nidus try of the State as will be disastrous to its best interests. So often as it is prac licable to "oust" these companion, form ed under the old Constitution, cf the special privilege granted by ita iucorpor ling them, it should be done, and all these roeda brought nnder the control of gcnoral legislation as just aud equal to tlieiu as to tho business interests of the State. In the opinion ot the At torncy Gene ral that the commissioner of railroads, if sutliuient power be (given liiio, can be made a powerful agent in protecting the interests of all concerned. A Washington dispatch ot the 10th says ; "The Boston branch ot the wo man sufThigo advocates concluded a short aud quiet convention here, last evening. It did uot create much excitement among the sisterhood here, because they nearly all accept Mrs. Woodhull for leader and president, and march with Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Woodhull herself came down, however, aud unused copies of herweekly to be extensively flung around, and says she frightened the hold ers ot the convention, lest she should try to invado their ranks and counsels. This she magnanimously declined to do, but contented herself with making a few sarcastic remarks about the meeting, and promised that she would bIiow a conven tion iu January, tlutl would bo lively. She says that all tlvotto who seek the suf frage lor women must finally advance to her platform. . By the new apportionment bill that passed tho House a few duys since, the six New England States suffer a net loss of oue member ; tho three Middle States New Yolk, New Jersey and Pennsyl vania guiu tivo ; the border and lute Slavo States, omitting Missouri, gain thirteen ; and the Western States and Missouri gain twenty-three. Tho pro portionate representation in the new Congress until this arrangement will be as follows : New England 0.2 percent., a loss ot 1.0 per cent. ; Middle States 123.0 per cent., a Toss of 1.7 per cent. ; Southern States 31.4 pur cunt., a guiu of 0.2 per cent. ; Western Stales at). 4 per cunt., a gum ot 3.4 per cunt. 1 ho west a majority ot twelve over the com bined Eastern and Middle States. ti:KMCtf' ltiC'iliiiN was noticed lust week, but further limn tho lact, and that iu obedl- oucu to instruction, nothing w unknown. A later dUpalth says that the object of the Ueii- eral's luluiou will nut bn disclosed at present but It U understood thai ho comes homo to confer about matters connected with Cuba and our relations vlll Bpuln, w hich he deemed too Lmporluul to be stated In dinpalchcs. It is be llevedtliat Spain has modified her Ideas In the mutter of the sale of Cubu, owing to the stub born eontlmuuce and expeuso of tho, civil strifes upon the Ulaml, and the cvudltlon of tho nallou t exchequer. Wo ahull probably soon know more about the mutter. List or I'atknts Issued from the United Hlutes Patent Office, to Uhlo Inventors, for tho week ending Deo. 10thr "XI, and each bearing that dale, furnished this paper by Cox Cox, Solicitors of I'aleuts, Washington, D. C Head block, T. Douglass, Waricav t'kuues rack, D. Miller, Marietta, Whip socket, M. U. l'uters, Culumbw. iir p u p..i..r- M.r.uii. Manufaeturo of cutlers for liarbsd nails, K. UlicyrUk!VUDa. Steam buikr. rasioir and furuaee. W. P. IU1I rifiua. l'oalal card. W. J. Ludlhw. Cleveland. UgWnlng- Uud, M. IV. ltielps, Brlstolvllle Fire vface rsate. D. Panirle.BwUttoul. Conneeting carriage spring, J-A Topllff, and u. It. r.ly, Wyrla. lfcs-lUverJ. TrilR New Richmond. Pump pitonrX Van Tassel, Toledo. Coxdkniku Tktu rThe editor of Harper1! Weekly putt grtat deal in few words, at tollowt : "A naj-t v whioh. while defoneRvMt and ttenoing humam sUvery, caUeof Itself JJemocrattd, wu". vni part of tho country, ana pC'Wr i the other, trying to overthrow the Govern- a.eul, calling ittclf Cootervative, may also, when foiled in the attempt to de stroy the Constitution,, solemnly oall itself Constitutional. The motly host called the- Demoorntio party, is quite as Constitutional a it is democratio, and as Conservative as il constitutional." A Chat with the Editor. NUMBER TWO. Mk. ltar.n Just drop your scissors while we discuss the topics left unsettled at our sit ting the other day. A call for "copy" broke abruptly the thread of our- reasoning over the proposition of Mr. Trumbull to make the reso lution' of Investigation before tho U. 8. Senate more searching and more general and compre hensive. It was Martin Van Bnrcn who con soled himself in his political defeat in the pres idential rate by declaring thatlhe"aobcr second thought of the people," would put things to bis liking again. And though Mr. Trumbull's anwrnbsMMit was defeated, tho second sober thought of senators reconciled, them to Incor porate in the pending resolution, the gist of Trumbull's propositiou for a thorough over hauling in tha governmental departments, whlhcput our republican. legishitoss at Wash ington in a favorable mood for the holidays. Dou't you think the world moves ? But wkatt ot republicanism abroad? Did you not observe the lively discussion at the movinir of the waters in Kuuhind when it was heralded over the wires that Victoria was de clining in htullli and her unpromising scion likely to become the rnliivg monarch ? and how Sir Titos Dilkc charged upon monarchy its excessive evils und burden, and conse quently, the alurni expressed in hih official, circles ! The rapid recovery of the Queen and tho depressing illness of Prium Albert may have no cvivuccllou with tli agitation that Sir DiVke wits promoting, but somehow the cuicidcnco is worthy of note. But what led roe to draw my seat closer to your editorial stool, at the risk of violating the rules of the "sanctum," was to congratulate you and the readers of the Tcltqrirph over tho passage in congress of Mr. Hoar's bill touching the question of capital and labor a theme fraught with so much importance to the "bone and sinew" of the country. Not so much that the commission will unfold fully all tlic wrini! which ufttict society, or diseoy er an immediate remedy b all our social evils, ' but that tlio interests of the Wboring classes, andkibor itself is- civlfctting public uttcntiou and becoming mutters for the grave and seri ous conitldoration of the statesmen and schol ars of the land. It cannot fait to do good, and. Ibe country will kail with gladiumtlia law for for the appointment of .the cwnmlsalon. And then, ngakr, has not Senator Sunnier sot the pot boiling, by the introduction of bin- long promised muasuru lor curtailing presi dential aspirations beyond1 a single term 1 Ba ting tho personality supposed U lurk under the proposition, has he not arrayed the facts and testimony in a form Hreststable ? Iu the good old days, Mr. Editor, it was sound republican preaching, aud why not press the issue bow f I sec by the shrugging nf your shoulders, and a glance at the scissors aud paste, that you aru disposed to fall back upon editorial dignity and .real t as a "reserve ipiestiuu" in the house of your friend. It has lis strong points, I ad mit, but nevertheless should be met In a spirit of conciliation, and wklb Uturmony. It is high time that the President should be spared the necessity of devoting his energies, and of mak ing Ills appointments so as to secure his re, c lection. Every olllce-holder sees the matter In a different light, no doubt, and even Fred. Douglass a worthy scion of the Filteenth A meudment becomes the champion. So much for San Domingo I Recurring to Uie topics wo have been con sidering, do they not indicate that the holidays have presented more than the usual record of deeds thus far In tho opening of the session of congress? Like the peculiar privileges at the bub i f our country the oue mainly political yet none thu less deserving In our weekly chat. How Is that for "whei-r.yH MARRIED. Al ThumiHon'n llnlul, JctTorxMi, IK-c. Sl, liy l'rof. II. I . .loliiixia, Mr. I iiaiii.ks . iuxsktt, ui iiuvi'iuua, to Sllu Mahv IUiiv nl AeUlaiiuli. Iu JuffuMuu, U.:c. '-list, ly W. II. HuiKlm, Kq.. Mr. Cai.vim Kick iu Hiii Lucia ukaku, bum ui oenum. DIED. AuimimcniiMitn frco:C'u:ii.ucii:Utiirv Notlro. half ram At Ki'iit. I'orln 'u Co.. Ih-c. 'ill. Mr. Alskict Matih. Ki"l Ml yearn, lonuurly u rutUluul uf Wayn luwiniliip ANlllUlllllA ClllltllV. Iii c'uuiiuaiii, Ojc. ami. ukxjanin ririei.u, aou s yt'ara. Mi', r . waa uliuulllie iiluiiucrri ul thu luvvil. Uavliitf ruiut;(i uii-ru lor uuuarun 01 imu a cuniury. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. g XTOTICK. To whom it may concern. ll W, Srni. and nr lihtivliliiali., bavo tliln day n ncfi III I n- lunula in 1. li. planer. .1. r.uu aicuuina NnUia, a;r. (luu 11a auil pHlilea Ui'i hui-elty mil HU-tl Hull a rolllH arlllviueiii 1 tiK'vii'(i. luur I'any uimuiiuu Iu lula call WIU i;ri'nliy uIiiikii mm, 11. 11. r.. . a .1 iMj11.11.iA. THE New York Tribune-1872. TKKMS OF '11 IK Tlftlll'NK. Daily Triscnk. Mull Subirrlhrr. 10 hit annum. haMi-WsSHi.v 'ritiHUNK, Mull HuutvrtlK'ni, f l ptr an- mini, r m enpti'M iir nvvr, f 1'acii ; an uxii'a cupy will buaciit for ivry ctuh or Irn aeiil rur at unu tlmu ; r, II prcforml, a t'iiiy uf liucullticttuna ul a ou.y 1.111', ny .nr. iiri'i'iov. TEKMS OF 1'IIK W'KKKl.Y TlttllL'.NK. To Mall HiiIki rllmra. Ono Ciipy, onu your, rWlouua $9. Flvii Cuitu, unu yuar, Si Isnuea u. To Onc Aunas.a, 1T0 Nakw or Stisat HuiKna, all ut una nuai-ulHco. all at una uoat-onico. Wtimle. SI. 'XI taih lUrunlva tl Ml each JU come 1 eauli! cnin. I !IA tank uO cuulua 1 UU eatli a) cuulaa 1 10 aavb. Auu uua extra copy lu aacl vnu unu uxira enpy id cava iuii. 1 mm. Pomona euililud l an uiira rimy cun, If prufiinsrl. luive rliltur of iliu fi.ll jwliu liMik. piiauma iirriiuiU -. I'ulllleai j.ruiiiiuty, ny uorucH tirveicy ; yvnr 1 uiuua lor 1'rolll, by I. T. ytiluu ; tin) Kii'inuala or Aifrlcul liiro, by Ouu. E. Wnui(. Auverlisin liatcs : Daily TniuiNt. HHc,4iH:, 6k-, 15c anil (1 par line. KKSi-Vt'kXHLV Tuucnh. S& and Ml ccnl pur Una. V khklv 'Vutsi'sK, ti, $.1 ami fj pur llua. Accunlinu 10 Miailliii lu llio paper. In maklnz remtitanca always unM-iirv a draft on Nuw Yurk, or s buat onUse hvumi imlir. II tHiafibla. Wbera uelthrr of knvat ran hi urucuit'd, ai.nu Ilia moiHvv, bill always lu a il'riyfllttlr. Tha rctfWtra. tUm lou bua buuu rrducwd to Urtoua vuiila. and tl brua. vut rrlatratlun ayateiu Ima Ihm'u fuiiud by tba poatal aiitburllloa Ui Iw liwarlv sn ftlaniluto iMatainla satnat jai'a by mull. AU poaiuiaawra am obli-id tu nUlur in lira wnan rwnauia lu . 1 ertua, caiin in au tsut'a. Adurvaa 'Ihk lutsTNB, Maw lurk. 1 a J WKI'OllT ofthe condition ol tle Fann- ara' Nillloiial llauk uf Aahtabnls, al III riuM of buUia Ouo.iutb, IMl. . KKHOl IICK8. IT H. llonrtk t Secure circulatlun,. ,ina.,ono 00 ()Yr IliaUa U. 8. IWmda to aucurs lltfpoalla V. Honda . s.ist si . MUkl WO UO Diw from Uiiduiuu AjhMii, lluu flmaiutbar Naiuiuaj hanka,. .. HIS 11 . 1.lt Iua frum HUM laaiika and Uaukara, . Haukinii llooaa aiMl Fa'ultura . ,UtM 00 turrvnt Kaaa. 6110 t . U.lkll UU . l.ttW 14 im lauunra ITnH'tbiual Carrenc and Ntclaals... Caati Itataa .-. . l.i vl Hllla.v' Kaikna4 Hanks... Luana r .. 11.14 UO ,.m,m to tlAWUTIKS. rapturttorit , , . Surplua Kuud , lntrat , , : I'livulailon ...,.. ....... Individual rtepoalu V. . Douoalt Dopoalla of V. 8. Ulabunlnt Ontoera.... IHia-luNar. Hauka., 77... Itliu loSlafcaWka., bitla payable .fim.sno on . sn.ussi .ibt Mr . to.nno oa ,, n.n to 1.1WS is S.I.W44 skS trt . . I5.0U0 UU iStS.sM T Stats or Ouio, ffiiMiiitv Af Aabtahnla. t Tba aboM atatauaut is trua. lo the baar of my It n owl' mlr a ad kclUS A. V. UUHHA III). Caahlar. I Pacatnbar, urn. Huhacribod and swons to bn- ma. auu una dar Kuwaana 11. rm , n. T. j CouMT-'AH'( OBO.vi u, 1. a iv... ? t. D, Ul'LbBUJ.l or Holiday Goods I TYLER & CARLISLE'S. Special bargttims offend for tie Holidays. Buy tomednuf mriful at waff a Ikautiful. Ilargnin in Drift Good fnr Mr JwfiVfay. Bargain in Vhatingt for th UollitTayK lhtrgaiiit in jihaitUfor the ILjUtlty. llnrgaim in Shirt for the Holiday. ILtrgnin in Ytlrttttn for th Holiday. Ilargaimin Blanket for the JloOday. Bargain in Cauimereifor th UMiiny. Bargain in Draittr and Wrayer for the UiA- idayK Btirgaim in FUinntlifir the Beiiday. Bargain in lace Cottar, linen Cellar, linen Handkerchief, Lie llmdTeerthief, Uem Stiteh nandkerchitfi, Xwbia, lagging, Kid Glcret, Kayl-int, Merino Searf, Knit Muff m4 7Vjji7, llutk TorU, Irmmie, Pock- Jlob, Cleft Bxt, Handkerchief D, Knit Searft, gust Joeke, JUtr Brykm, Comb. C UTTERS t CUTTICRSt AT II. F. Ci't.vKit Si CoV Carrinfjo Fartorr. Main St.. Ajitahuta. (larv'a old ataud. Call and oxamlna befn'o f un lianlng alarwhara. S. ALVORIVS KSTATK. I'ulilio notlcala hercbT irivan Uial Marv lr. Mancbanlnr. HarnbO. Alvnrd and Kmnia a. Alvnrd, bavs benn ilalv appulnll eniTimir of Ibe last will auu tcitlmciit of Kllpbaa H. Alvnrd, doceam.d. Aantauuia, lice, autn, iiu. imo Again the Far 17?. VyANTED. Any amount ot l?aw v V Fara, for which the hlirheft market prlro 111 caah will be paid, at onr boot tortory uvarlv oppualtu the revenue office, Aabtabula. Ohio. The following prtnntuma will be given h thoan whit brlnn ui the moat furs by tha- trat day of May next : 1(,-A (rood palrnf Calf Boota, d. A sood palrnf Rip Hoot. Sd. A k'mmI pair ol Slnfa Hoola. 4th. A giiod pair of Supcndvra. 6th. A ffood Jack Knlfu. 0th A Box C'ollnra. 4toMay C. K. FOX WON. New Store I New Goods USD ISTo-w JPrixi. ! AN the New Ilrick Block of It. F. Moore, on tho weat aide of Main Street, ncarlr nnnostle the rel- dunce of Henry Favtf. and 0110 door North of Doctor U. B. an Noruiau a Ofllcc, may be round tua firm of MOORE & BRO. With a complttn- a I oak of OliOCERIES, D0MEH7W'J)HY GOODS r., afT.a conalaltne of s larger variety of artl cloa auchae la uauallay kijit m a first claia atoreof thia kind. All of ivhk-b an otfer tu the public at tha loweal poaamie ratca lor OU RKADV PAY. We only ask s call, feeling ssanrcd that nnna will go sway without uurchatiu. MOOHK DKiU. 1. far N. II. All k nda of Produce taken in cxcliaira gooda. bftf NEW ARRANGEMENT i Ashtabula Marble Woiks. T. HE Subarriher respectfullv nnnourrees to the citizen of Aehtohuln County, that havin? pnrchaaed the Intercut of 4. I.. Heevea and Co., In the Mnrblu Hual ncii. and having rcplcnlahcd with s Inrirc nlock of both Marble and Hand Stone, b pri-pared to SI all order, for Moiiumenla, Head Stonea. Toinbn. Vault, Curbiutrand all Ccmrtury Work, alo, Cap and Sill. Waier Table, Chimney Tups, Ac, and all kind of BuildinK stone; FlHgfihiK cut aud lalu down 011 abort notice, ana a low fluircaa any oilier etablihmunt in the Stale. W aliall keep the bcHt of material, and with itmMf work men a can be found, cannot bo urpued anx own work for tyle and nniali. I'leaac ifive 11 a rail and aee for vourselvo. Khop 011 CVntre btreut. our door weal of J. V. Kobertaon'a Shoo atore. II. t'OT. Jh. 1 takepleAHiire In rocommeudlnK Mr. V'dy to the peo ple of Aahtahula and oanecially thoav wantrn Cemetery work. Monument Ac, and having niigcd niy aervfcua, would be plcftaad to aee ail my oldrntomar whare is want of work, and niauyncw one al the old etaod. Sept. 10, 18GSI itecneciiuiiy. eic. tsr.tr J. L.UE ,.UEKVK9. Insure lour Dwelling and Farm Proa erly In the Watertown Fire Insur. Co., OF WATKRTOWN, N. Y. Capital and jSirryrfwi over $325,000 HaTES 10 to 20 per cent, lower than charged hy enmpnirfm rtMnif ir pmcm! htiMlncfi und In ture nothing more hnziinlouit llinn dwelHiiut aiitt ilulr enntent. ISo bnlnett property ttketi. Inr-tirvn aaiiirt vI1 long or damagd by Arc or litrhtnlrjf, ami noroinptny can bn on a ratr banin. and but few mora rmpt'rti then- the Watertown. It In nnt iubjtHt to rw.itifiiif Brei k heavy loiMteft. It did not loom a dollar fn tho Chlrao Fire or In thone of Mtcltlaa or WicontiK IKaa tavt-d the owner ol dwHlinj.'s and tnnu properly nft;r (ttM), fWO In Now Yurk Htatc fn tho int fnnr ynvn. by Its rea ooable ratva. You caa iavi inoncv by caiihiff oa KlXiAK frAf.r.. Aifiit. 1145 Aahtnbula, Ohio, THE ELIAS HOWE 8EWIJG MACHIXJ2, TIIK BEST IN V8E. BOLD BY O. A. STREET Ett, iiffroMt Baak. 804f AvhUbiila, Ohio. CHRISTMAS. SELEC T !Q j ! i ! . SjYour Presents i i in1 H it FROM ICQ D D. W. Haskell's Stock. P NEW YEAKB. be f of Tr 1 NEW rilOTOQRArillO ItUOMSv Smith's Gallery of Art. TliIE Bnlmerilu'r wonlil rmpectfuTly in- Irirm the citlaenwaf Aahtnbula and vicinity that he haa N'aaiHl for a term of year, the third floor of Tyler a new brick block, and la now flulng them fur Firnt Class Pliottrgrnpliic Gallery. The Improvement and flxlurea are now In forward atniu of pronre, and In flftm.n or twenty dav the (la), lery w ill he open to the I'ulillc, of which duo notice will' ifiven through the colnmii. Kvory elVort U belnit maila to aecnro the luteal tm. pmrementa both In thct'hemlcal and Mi'idiaJilcal I)e pnrtmeni. The Kkv llflit la elevated beyond Hie In flui'iiru of adjacent hullillncr, and la ennlructed iac cordini; to the lite.t dicoveriea In photographic on Ilea ; i nmde don hie and in lx movable panela, o a to be entirely under thu control ofthe uamwi h) any weather. The ttMtnunrtHar Department, provided with a full l!be ofCniiMiraa and Lenw. air eiiiK-rliir qimlltv, maklnir pictures from lucKut to double niamoulh (IM to it luetic) rlr.u. The Flnlahliur Drpartmcnt, provided with nn ahiiudant aupply of water and w ter pipe nnd flxlure hnve been placed lo as to secure every pu.ilile convenience. The liemlrnl Drpnrlinent, atiH-ked with pure chemical, all of which arc either manufactured or purillud by the proprietor himself. Al.fc Nr.Ti ATI VICS 1IETUI.C IIKD, Wtlbont extra charge, except In i pedal cases. All kind of flrl-cla wont will receive nltenHon such ns Uumi tig, Enlarging, Ink, Pastal and Life Situ In. Oil, Card Photographs $3 per Dozen, 1 reiipiHilfiilly" Invite the pitroniipe and support of Hiokh w ho appruchitu a flue plniiocraph aud ahull spare no pain kIvo perfect aiMhifacttoii. I'HKFUl. HIXTS.-non't ome to he photographed when yon are tint and weary, or feel fatigued,, or from ny i-iiue Hi'iinwHi in spirits, nor wnvii yon are in a iii-rv Kim imve 1,01 linn; wovn inillirll pontlie tbtnk omefhmirele. All comr and blue evea can he nc. sfnllv photographed. but not lent do not ask see tne nerativu; yon cannot tell w hat It will be after i retouched. The public lrcncrnltv are Invited to visit Sealtk'a At uunery, w nciiier iney wisn ifrsiaar not. Kcpoctruliv, 1118. J. rtI)WAHD9 8MITI1, Artist. JiltlGGS A' BROTHERS CATALOGUE OF Flower fc Vegetable Seeds, and Summer Flowering Bulbftr 1872 VOW ready. Cotiaistin of orer F30 i-f nniro.. on nfOtiT.ttl Danrr. with unwarda of 4kk rirparaic cuik, anu ?ix i'niuniu i.'oioron riareiM . orcr. oiMHiiuui (itvi'.'ii. in coiwrs. i xv ncmtT caiaiojTiic ey r nubltHhL'd. Hi-nd 2ft cvntB ft p- Coov. not one-half the afnc of thecolorcd plaUs. latthe nrt ordir, amount- to not ic t nu it fi, tne price or vataiotfuc, itic., be riil'muU'd In oetrdi. New cnntomun olaced on ht'r'uiiu' fool in ir with old. Fms to old cntonnr8. Quality of Hut'(U, iize of packets, price and premiums ottered, niaku It to tho advantage of all to ptircham neulof HM. Sue Crttaloiriie for extraordinary induco mittiU. Voir will iulri it if you do uot see our catalogue beroro order! ni act ds. B.uuiT oi our two I'liromofi roc ihtv, nir.o ihxv4 onca uwr nlatcof I ulboua Planta, couait-ttnu of Lille. Ac. iteotncroi rn-iiiiiai tua rurvuiiiak rmuit. iruaran- (ccd thu ItlOST ELEGANT F I.OB A I, CHRO.nOS vr iffuwl ln tlib country. A vnverh parlor ornamcnr ; mailed puxt pl(i, on ructtipi tJ TV.; iIpo free on condi tion' .()' i n-M in caiaioguov AAirvs nuidd ec into. iniuotttneaiwii.) Kocii(ttur, ?. i. CASH FOIi WtODUCE. OTRKVEU it BUAYTOX, Prondnce kJ C'omtnixHlon MerrUajit, 7! Barclnv Street. Ne- ork. Tl u hiifhettt uriec obtained for Hut ter. i'heese. Kl'K. Poultry, (iinic. tttit Uuaus, and aU produce. rwnpi ruturnn reiuierea. FREE TO IJOOK AGENTS. We w ill fend a Iwudixitne Propncctna of our New Ulna nted Family Bible, containing ovur K0l fine picture II i trm ion" to nnv Ivok iiireiii, tree of charec. AddrMa atlonal mbllehiutz Co.. Chicuiro. 1 1.. Cincinnati. Obio or oi. 1,0110, .no. WILL. M. CARLTON, Author of Betsey and X em.ro Out," Kdita ami writes for the DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE, The Best Kuinily Newi-pupwr in the Country. $2. a year cnjnu mr epucimeu copy unu cumcimriiir. AftmieM. Profitable linsiness. X7 ba tjiven one or wa pcrumis, of cither aex. la i All il t ii IM linn At litiniiifT Itiu'im. Iiv u hlfh thstv n.nv t. liz.' In m i:m to u year, with hut HUlu Inter fur- nru wltD orti nary occuputioa, in tvinn UOVHE1KII.D ARTICLES, f real merit and univurenl uso. If the wliofe Ifmo fa tlvmrevf a much larger airm may he realized. Circular ret pivhig ctMwpleie Urt of article hii1 coinmtnioua MOWeil. I . 3. I lW l tX K KJ llOnOKCD, IV rl A GENTS W A N TED. A Rents make V more money atf work fur us than at any thlnif elae.. IliiHimsKi lipht nnd permanent. Purticulura free. G. minmn x Co. l ino Ai t Publisher., Portluuu Maloe S42 V"TW tt Exprnsra pabl. II. I). Sliaw, Alfred, Me. tirusCtirrdar Hloisey ItefinidVd. St'nd l vi . 1 . iiuiuiitoii in., vi noU'HHie iirur!.st, t.incin mll.olilo for onu bottle FKVEIl AND AGL'K TUNW. 8tut prtMktitu for ft. Var tl Kldnrva and I.lr--rc Itamillon'a IU ( III' A XII DANDICI.Io.N. .1 11 -1 what your pbysiiiun wrwribM. hi-nl iiri'tuiitl lor fi pur txr.tic, Df w. c, lllllilllllll Cl . IP., V IBl IllUllfl, Vflll.. TIIIKTY TKAIW EXPKKIKNCE IX TUE THKATMKNT OP CHRONIC & SEXUAL DISEASES. A I'UYSlOI.OdlCAL VlEWOCMAItltlAOE. IIIE clifapt'st b.mk evr )itbliflii'cl mnt.finlnrr iwarlv tbri'S htiibdrcd imire. and ono hundred and lliiriy (nv pliitcsand vncmvinirsof the an atomy or tilt' Human ori;iis ma siaiuni nt'iuiu uuuuis paso.'uith a treata on vurlv urrors. Its deplorable con. ai'iinvncc upon iiih nnnu ami oouy, wuu mu asuiur a plan ol iri'uinieni iu oniy raiionai auu soueuKsiui modi, of mru. as shown bv a report of casus treated. A Irmlifiil adviser to the nrarrlrd and those contcaupliitina; miirriHi.a. nli.1 elilellnin doubt of their iihvlral condl- tlou. Hunt fruo of noinie to ajr.y adilriws, on receipt ot nre. In ihuiiis or p -stal eurreiiey, by artdresslnx Dr. LA 1'IUHX. Su. 31 niuidun Lane Albany. N. . '1 lie aullinr ninv be consulted upon any or the ttiseusea upon wiuen his book treats, i nner personally or uy man, sua uieai dues Bent to any part or tnu wuria. NEW TAILOR SHOP. II HNRY KONTHIl la receiving frequent additions to his Stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, CLOTHS. Cassimeres, Trimmings, &c, A NI) litis ii'st cot in a Lftro mid Sea . V itiiwhii. siimilv of everv desirable nattern and price, mmlne from 1 to T, whleh he asks hla Wands and fellow eitlaens to call aud examine. Allorrisrs left lor cannenla or uniform sulfa, will bentletl who proajps- neaa and lu the moat msuiouauie etyia. I have recently aditt to my business a.large stoek of lir:iui':il.t un i j.ui itinu. Ashtabula, March 11th. ml. FOUTZ'S CELEUEATCD Hotsb aatl Cattle Powers. Tills ihviu. ration, luna and favorable ikaowa, wall Uiorouably re-luvlgorate ' brokin down and uar aplrllra' horses, by sti-ensthvtiiiig and cleansing the stonisch anil iutestliiea. II is a sure preventive or ail atseaees Inrlcli nl lo Uili animal, such aa LL'.NIa r t V b K . lil.A .Mif.KM. vr.i.i.nn WATKH, HKAVKS, CufCIIS, HIS TKMfKR, fKYV.HA FOt'N PUB, i.oastr ArrKTiTK and vital KNKKllV, o. Ita una luiirovea Ibe wind, Increaaaa the appetite mi .M s isnnlh Bnal mU9M9 ak I n and transforaas the Miserable skeleton Jf-) law a aua-tooiung ana suirttea none. To keepers ef Cow this prepare. Uon la Invaluable. It ta aura pre. ventlve against Klnderpeet, nonow I Bom, etc It Baa oeeo an "7 I aetual einerisseDt to Increase the ' quantity ef aallk and ereaaa twenty per cent, and make Uie butter Araa nil sweet. In fattening cauls, II glees theaa an appeiila, loosens their hide, aud aukea them thrive aaucb taster. In all diseases of BwId, such aa Coughs, Clears la Uie Lungs, Liver, He, tin. article acta aa a spnuAe. By putting tuna uue balf a paiwr U a paer iu a barrel af awill lheahovediSMi.ee will beeradi mOmI er entirely pr vented. If give la tlase, a eertalu nmveutlvs and sun lot the Ueg Chelan. DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,' BALTIMORE, Mel, nr mmXm he Ttrnsalsts and Hlorekeeners Ihrauiheut mm tW r HI nd ITt UFF.ItIOR HTHKItT,. (. I.KV WtAMl. BBItl, B L. nanseai SaprUag. Traaw. rPIIE SuliBoriber wuthes to bring before JL the Dubllc kla patent DOl'Bt.lt AND 8INOLK Bl'PPORTINO THUS, recently Invented that la found to answer the end of! ucn lin llisiruiueni more completely man anyinniic icretofore kabrwlu:ed. Itlsheasuly auniniunded by phy--icians, to their patients altteeled with hernia or rupture., 'here la but onu opinion of It wherever tried and has the aurance that It will be fouud a blasaiuK to tliosu aulleriiitf from tliiacoinplalut. From anions; bis friends who have used bia truss, be haa been Aivurad. un tho moal cheer nil and unqjiannea tesllmolilais. Aii.1niurovemeui.to nrevent rust baa been adopted. bv icnlvaiiiauig Hie niuulU: porllona ot tha truss, and a rjfu supply lias liiaL naan received oy lua aaanuiaciur-. era. Thu afflicted, therefore, may And the art lale by ap plying to the subscriber, at ba.)iiok, or at ibesiora- mko. WH.LAI1U, Asntanuia.. i. Lr.rMiiV. Havbrook, Oct., IK71. 8mT. ?xtka' inducements; Art offered to Cash Buyers, at E.. H. GILKEY'S, DURING THE HOLIDAYS. An entire Jfoir Stock of Print,. A ne-M line of Ladief Vet and Jn ADDITIONS to , our Zt-nhyr atock making tt the most complete la town. Als6 Haxouy and (aersaaaosavD Wool. One dot .pit eel Bepp. Albaaass Jnst the thing for eheap. Dresses, nt UlLKEI'bj Another Invoice LACE COLLARS, Bew Shapes.. Say lb Beak Tlie Q-raund. Duoliess, Alpaca. ftentltllien. ThV vnll wish tn IK'la nrthn hnaa. wearinga smile that la "rhlldllbe and b'and," then, make 1 er a present of a dox. Double iatia Oamaalt. Nopklna, out of Uilkuy'a Mammouth block. Vatcrproofa, Yelets, Table Linens, Jto. E. IL G1LKET. GUIPURE LACES", RIBB0W8, Notions, Trlinmintrs. Ac., at OILKBT'I UT YOLK FtAaL3 AT Be has a Buamtoatk stook and sett akeap tt saskv "; Star; body should look at ska Large Stock of Dry Goods AT GILKEYS, mltVs Bloek, next deer to Flsk Heasey ' ' KIGflT YARDS GOOD CRASIf.u Far Oa BolUr, al eUtXirSV THE BEST TVATEK PltOOF ia towa far O&e Dollar, at CILKIT ' iHEAVY BED BIIEETINGS. At It I t seam at . M. wILKKT HEAVY COTTGX FLANNEL At t eeats, aa. Tlsksaga M aeata, . M. U. UU.11TT CASSIMERES FOR MKIf 4 BOTS. Ckeaaat wILXTTaV. , GERMANTOWN A SAXONT TARN 3 ' fcphyr, Worsted, Canvass, Needles Aa." tUlxaraV A FINE STOCK OF ROB ROT rfcAIDS aa all Wool, lot Cklldrea, Ctiaap aar Ce.sk. fULJltX MEN fa BOYS' BHIRT3 A DRAWERS, , Ladles Vests ana Drawees, Ladles. Ml sees aad Child ren's Hoelerv, Ueute' UalfUoae, Llueu and Paper Col. Lars, Keck Ties and Handkerchief, al VlLKtSY', BLACK AlPACCS, f CRE 0jlAIRa,, Rinnrsst ('Ifllhl, frlana, l.aiters a ad all Mia atwAad rerablavt1iTeU lJasaatjDA IWLKVT'b .