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WEEKLY TELEGRAPH
ASHTABULA. OUIO.
Saturday Mornin?, lUj 11th, 1872.
The Republican Vttrict Convention at
Warren, on Wedi'Dada of lsl week, appoint
ed F. O. 8crvlsv Esq., of Mahoning, nnd Dt.
Wat. M. Eaves, of Aslitnbuln, as tlolegnlc- lo
the Philadelphia Convention,
t3yThe Democratic 'a iounl Convention
alrabarteld at ibe ojly.of DeltUi.i'r.c on the 9l!i
f 4n'j wlrr or frit oil Gtcclcy will have a
fearer notion ot the eotplhirss of liberalism
and a Uner appreciation of til Inability to
topt with those vho make politics h triulo.
U"A kiperam from Bombay brings laUW
fcence of disastrous floods In Urn southern part
of Bvtiah India. The town of VcOUrc, resi
dency of Madras, sufTi red terribly from the
drowning of its inhabitant numbering the,
lyet by the tboustind. L.nrije uumhrrs loft all
luey possessed, tlieir licusis having been wash
ed away.
Adjocrkmehtvf Tub LuniKt.ATvni?. The
lgW.itureof this State nrijouviijed on Monday
last, to meet agala the first rctk la January,
1873. The session wms one bundled tvij
Vcnty diys in durr.don. Ia this time one
lHjdrcd and forty-one pcncr.il,. ntrl one
kvmdrcdand Uiirty-nlm lur.il laws were passed,
and seventy Joint resciu.tk-ns. It ban earned
the name and is cnlM-k'dto Uie credit of l.nving
been a working body.
Toe Tr&une g.iy the Vr.ite Ifciiso is In a
broad laKb ovtr the Cincimmil mii.mutions.
From the President down to the Door Kseper,
according to this authority, all uro actually
Jolly over it," and their belief Is, that in n
month not a man will be t'nind who would
admit that be had attended tho Convention.
Well, Grant, we are told is no statesman, but
who will dan to deny that he is a philoso
pher? lie has a tolerable Just appreciation of
men, and sees about as Nearly into t!ic politi
cal affairs of the day, as those w ho :-tnnd forth
In the robes of statesmanship, and versed, in
the trickery and chicanery of party maneuver
log i on J if the allegations of the Tribune are
teuehe probably was nev r nearer the truth
than now, in relation to the I'm ale of the Cin
cinnati Convention. It did not take a l,ir,;e
mount or foresight to understand the Judi
cious caro of the bolting senatois, not to al
low themselves to become personally r ntram
meled with the movemeut. They were quite
Willing. n wait and sou what shnpo it would
tke,.amr whether they would be warranted in
feltber being pcescnt, or in taking any pari in
Its proceedings. They soon discovered, after
organizing, that It would bo just as well to
tand a little in the hniti, and lit nil linzards
to prevent a nomination fulling upon cither of
them. There was not tho lenst blmdotr ol a
arrant for a general movement, and a failure
would serve, if they wire nominated, to con
sign them to political oblivion, Hut they
were tho instigators and promoters of the
movement, and credulous men villi itching
palms, or on ill-feeling to gratify, have been
Induced to follow their lead. 1'roininrntly
among these, was our Philosopher liiend of
the Tribune. No violence must be done to his
feelings or vanities. A show of luiili must bo
kept, up, and nothing would have so balmy an
effect, ft a show of preponderating populuiity
nd strength, as to allow the Doctor to carry
off the nomination. The plot was carried out
after becoming druggie, and Uhkeley, prob
ably without suspicion, bad the honors of the
convention thrust upon liltn. Whether be has
yet awaMl-aed to, any adequate Idea ot the
(ame is a matter of dtmbt. Rut that mortifi
cation cannot bo long kept from bim ; wheth
er, a month will, or not, bring It home to Litii,
Is to be sees, If that Is tho llmo set, at the
White House, we would not re-arrango the
programme. Such a result is apparautly in
evitable, and a week or two, more or less, is of
no consequence. Tho climax U passed, lirce
ley bus culminated. His history henceforth
will not oast much effulgence upou bis clos
ing liro. Waning years, disappointment, a
consciousness of having been dwarfed and
eowptoinlsed by tho moie slippery and lalth
less, will no doubt cap tho foundations of bis
manhood Bud usefulness, and his well-earned
standing achieved through tho Tribune, will,
probably, never appear in so fair it light as be
fore he gave way to the infatuation and mad
ness of this Liberal Republican fiasco. J lis
credulity and honesty has made him nn easy
victim of tho wily, mid If the lesson comes
too late to.be of any use to bim, It may serve
to show to others that In playing for heavy
strokes like, that of tho presidency the
schooling of tho tripod stands but a poor mid
Unequal cbancu with that which goes with
the world as statesmanship. Cirant was out
(it 4be line, to be sure, but nlmvo this power
by his bold upon tho hearts or the, pe.iplu, but
It is the intensity of this power which bus
wade common cause with (irceley to destroy
Grant. We shall see, now, w hi ro the destruc
tion falls whether the aliernco of statesman
ship and the will of the people do not carry
the day .again,, ami retain Grant iu tlio White
Uouse.. ,
Tai Ohio Dki.koati:. The Ohio Delegahs
10 lb Liberal. Convention held a meetiin;
at Cincinnati, to consider tho action
of the Convention, Mr John 11. Deshler said
lie " cam out ot the Convention very much
like a ptrsou that bad taken a pill that Tddn't
operate.'' Blill, be wouldn't go back on tho
candidates. JudgcHpuuldlng w us not satisfied,
liul woul J support Giecl.y. E. A. P.irrotl,
rmlllng remark of the Philosophic', was In
faros of taking the platform, but spitting on
the cundldjjte, Judge Iloudley mid no power
could. Igduee bim to vote for U reeky and
llrowpt. Sir. Nowbergcr would rather vote
fur Gravy's while hat than Ui'ant. Judge
Jlilukcrhoa would votu Itr neither, and it was
rtobody's buisacsa if li dldu't voto at ail.
Oilier delegates eipreise d their opluloni, and
ob the whole the Ohio Liberals seemed to be
ia a very unasulublu frame of mind. CWuwiim
FosivniNo.-Bcverul (r the leading "Demo
crats" of the country, such as tit huonl, Ikn
4rif ks, Pendloton aud others or the sutue kill
nry.weM Id Cloclnunll during tb sittings ef
tU Son-bead Convention. They wire not
eWjle aot by any means. They were
net Ut attendance upon the convention, but It
IllltIO lb at not aa Important inoveruent
Was asadf without first tutisultiog lUeut 8ucU
t4tt conflrjn the oplulon moreur less geikaml.
Ij fotcttained. that thcro has Iccu all along,
an stAikptUwdUg between the leaders of the
liberal mruept and those of the Democra
cy, for bringing about success to their schemes
forth defeat of GraU. Having fuilvd in
thresh the Republican parly, bj tho fleldj, and
VPS the coverntnent, this baa be aa t ffort
Hlvi J,e 4 conquer. This effort Is also a. fail
m, asd. OraPl, tN ilt oflJoliand counter-
plots, bi bound lo win.
ff'lln WtrlS London special savs a ma-
J
ortty of the ii wllwsy stockholders have
C0KitjJui. lor niaJrjntf. ipnv. kUxitl DiesidenL
Scott and the American ii"K4 Uava been la
fummuuioatioa wUU tb kreige aliawtiojtlfw
fnd i he coiqltiaaiioo it exiejjerd, wll pi((U.
Tub pEori.n Fob Grant, Tlv Boston
Daily News Is a very candid Journal, with
"I,l!wrr.l" proclivltiqa, but sees no, prospect of
beneficial result fom the Cincinnati Conven
tion, hence it la disposed, to sUnd by Grant.
It says:.
It is evident that Gen. (rni 1.4 the choice) of
th.e people for another rs!leiititil term, mid
Uiere seems to bo no Round reason why be
should not be nominated. If hu has inndu
mistakes, who has not f At any ralo no one
really questions his honesty, anil It must bo
conceded that his administration has been I
highly suecei'sful in many respects. Ho Is In
favor of reform, and bus shown his readiness
to carry it out. lie is entitled, we think, to
the jrratitudo of tho peoplo lor what ho has
done, and should have a tlinnee to work out
bis plans. That reform i;i tho Republican
party is needed, no one defies, but wo nro
satislled that the Clncinruti movement cannot
effect it, and we sli.i'.'.-, tlierelore, suppoit the
renominntion of Ccu. Gi:mt.
LETTERS FROM ABROAD.
FLORENCE, ITALY, March 1872.
Id otic of our sljlil-seelng tours of late, vc
visited the fauirua Chapel of tho Princes in
tho church of San Lorenzo. It Is a lurtgnli'.
cent building indeed, and oiuht to be, with
f 4,-100,000 spent upon It. The octagon room
Is covered with a dome, In which Is fine fres
coes, comparatively modern, by Hcuvcunutl. j
Tho nulla nro of different colored marbles, so
highly polished that by lookiir; into them we
(Mil see tie pictures Minos t tis plainly as when
luoUi.i:; directly above us. Armorial hearings
of sixteen Tuscan towns are set into the walls,
thnli- ti-urcs in mosaic work of half precious
slones, I. c. lapis lur.ili, verdo antlco, m an
tico. Vix liuiro sarcophagi contain the hbIics
of bix ot the Medici, above which nru large
8lll,lu's 'f them set lit great niches; eucli ol
these occupies onu of tho eight sides; of the
others, ono is covered by a curtain of tapestry,
the other Is a small empty chapel. On these
marble sarcophagi rests marble cushions, set
with precious stones, a-id a crown of gold
alxivo each of tliosix. But tho Xcw Sacristy
close by, though plain Indeed, Is of more in
terest, in conlai.iing the rhrf (t autre of Mich
ael Angelo, They are three tombs of the Me
dici family. That of Uiulintio de,' Medici has
two figures reclining upon the sarcophagi, the
male figure (unfinished,) Is "Day," aud the fe
male, "Night," n pii ce that is greatly admired.
Above, is the Duke, In u sittiug posture. The
figure of Lorenzo, tho grandson of Lorenzo
the MagniUccni, Is very fine ; be sits resting
bis head upon his hand.lu deep thought. Tho
tomb of Ferdinand III. had a beautiful Ma
donna and child, unfinished.
Back of tho Pittl Palace arc the Sovereign's
private grounds called the Boboll Gardens,
open now to tbo public only on Sundays be
fore 8, p. in., and ulso Thursdays, to those
who lake the trouble to get n pirmit ; a pity,
iudced, that t'uey cannot bo enjoyed by every
body nil the week, they nro so tcldom used by
the King anil would make the peoplo so hap
py. Such exquisite views, and long, narrow
vistas, through carefully trimmed evergreens,
revealing a bit of blue (ky and a mountain
side at the end ; sti.iu'.ing on the same spot,
looking along uiiolln r s'rutgbl path, is a foun
tain ul the toot of the hill ; climbing to the
top of thu hill, ut Iho cxlremu end of the
grounds, Is a fort and from the pretty flower
garden below, Is an uninterrupted view of
Florence nr.d the olive-covered slopes on the
south, with lino villas scattered hero and
there, or tho mountains further on, Florence
looks largo" and extensive from this point und,
as always, beautiful. Leaving the garden, wo
walked up n few steps to the Museum of Xut
urul Sciences nn extensive collection of ani
mals, aeipuitics, minerals, nnd several rooms
devoted to anatomical specimens of human
bodies In wax a good place to study physi
ology. Our wealhcr has suddenly changed, so that
I could nut take my sunset view Irom our
house-top to-night. When (Inc weather,
Monto Ollvcto looms up betwciii the sun und
my standing point, and (lie cypress trees Hint
crown the top, nro most beautiful on the rich,
golden back-ground. Tho mount Is so called
from Its resemblance to tho olive covered
slopo near Jeresalem. This Is a country of
olives and cypresses, and from n full and win
ter observation, theso seem decidedly to pre
dominate, a the leaves of the olive keep their
gay grcenciis tdl through the cold season, and
Iho tall, graceful evergreens, their slender tops,
swaying with every breeze, refresh the eye
when no other green thing is to be seen. But
there is a tingu of sadness about them, as they
are always found in burial places and on lone,
ly convent heights, Near Alouto Olivcto,
south-west of the city, btands Hello Squardo
the billon which Aurora J.jleli lived. Mrs.
Ilrowuing's bouse, I um sorry to say, is no
more, but over thu door of the house i reeled
on thu same tile, near (ho Pittl palace, Is a
mail, lo with thu Inscription in Italian: "Here
w rote, und died Lli.abelh Barrett Browning,
that In a w oman's heart united tho know ledge
of u u,ii( and the genius of n poet, and form
ed a golden link between Kngland mid Italy.
Cratclul Florence places hero this memorial,
M. H. T.
I.nrnr I'ATBNTa Iviuril friiiu lliu rnltid Stutri Put.
cut 4ll)i-u lo !li!o Inveliliiis fir lliu week fllilll-.tf
April '.Hi, fir.', unit enc.li luurli, Hint il ite. KnrnUlieil
IUI ,:oT liy i'Uk A LUX.folidtur.uO'iucnti., Wuxb
lnKi' ". i- e
Handel for Cross Cut Saws, Alex. C. Martin,
Cltieiiiii'ill
Vent 1'luir, F.dward Mill and Albert S.
Wctinori', I'U veland.
TliraHhtng M.icliine, bolomon li, Oviult,
West Itii'litield.
Boiler Flue yeraper, Allen Way, Pul'icsvlile.
Baud Cuttlug Folk, David Arnold, Wist
Lodl.
Hand Corn Hunker, Alex. W. Bilnkerhotf,
Upper Sandusky.
Compound lor Curd of Colic and Bolts In
Horses, John Burns, Jefferson Co.
Apparatus for trepanning und Collecting
Ytusl from the Froth of lernteutlng Tanks,
Cbas. FtelscbuiHU, Cinclnuatl.
Breeching 6luy for Haiueks.Wui.It.KuowUs,
Coluuibluua.
l uttaku Fixture, Thus. Lnvell, Cincinnati.
Coupling lor Tumbling ttlmiis, Win. Cllch,
Clarke Couuty.
Dumping 'Car, John Dlstcnlkk, Kelly's
y.wu.
(.bum, John L Harrison, Mlddlutown.
Furnace (irate, CIims. Kugler, UsrnmtiHe.
I'trmutatlou Lock, Huniuel Miller, Gratis.
Farrier's Clinching Tool, Kiduey Ogden,
Blcllv.
iJiwn Mower, lieorge wm. rischet.Drtylon.
PUuter aud C'uliivutor, Asa Li'.llc, James-
town.
Letter Box, CdwarJ Mill aud btephen L-
Chubbuck Cleveland.
tviroicum Corga or uiow j-ipe, jierrman p.
Saronl, Ciucinnatl.
Fence. Jjiiues 1L Van Doin. Akron.
Bute Pliitu for AriidcUl Tuetli, Julut A.
Bl:lcll,ToUdo.
Thill Coupling, Saunders ILibbell, r.h West
Baluiu.
Fire Kindle, Wim Altlck, Daytoii;
Plauter aud Fertlilter, Matthew Barbour,
Oxford.
Combined Planter ami Cultivator. Tkotua
M. nnu ouu uroom, vineiunalt.
-Wuguu Hound, John Fishbaugh, Tlftlu.
Furnaae Grate, Uolurl V Untws, Uirnesvllle.
Hailwsy hwilch, Wm. . Lewis, ClevulauiL
Fluur-Bolt Kuotkir, -Kdmoud B. Lowe,
Bcllufunlalne.
Cheese Vat. Win. II. Obltls, Llyrla.
Chair, Charles MelsomO'ilsra, llills borough.
Machine for, Uivldiug Plate Metal aloug
curved or straight liuu, Ktdtem.lu.U Waterman
and Alfred T. l'erkiusTuledu,
KouTUEAJt Pacific Baii.roab..Ws las
takes frequent oocasiona during the past yeai
aHiak u tt'NM of ial&a of the iw fnk
prlsfl of building the Noithcrn Pacific KniV
road, Wo, have referred to Its Importance
Cominerclallv, lo its paying prospects, mid to
the broad acris and vast wealth it will unlock
to civilisation, nud to the complete security
offered to Investors In lis first mortgage laud
grnut bonds.
We are now pnepaned to. say that our favor
able predictions arc to bo amply verified. Tho
progress of construction has been so satisfac
tory as to convlnoo the most skeptical Hint Iho
road will be speedily built. The sate of bonds
has been, nbovo tbo most Bangulno expecta
tions of Its fiscal agents amounting to many
millions of dollars during the vear. Settle
ments along the line go hand In hand with
construction, aud are greatly stimulate! by
the richness of the soil and tho general adapt
ability of the country to nmuneratc labor.
This, the greatest enterprise of tho da y. Is
being prosecuted and managed In all its phases
upou the highest principle, ol wisdom, luteg
tily and economy, and wtll prove to be Hie
greatest snecess among modern II. II. schemes.
Marlnk Notick. The intention of masters
nnd ow ners of boats mid vessels is called lo
tbo following sections of the law regulating
the coasliug trade:
1. Vessels of SO tons and upward, must be
enrollct and licensed j If under 20 tons, li
censed only.
0. License for only one year must bo renew
ed within three days ufter expiration, under
penalty of 50.
I). New enrollment nnd license to be obtain
ed on every alteration of vessel, and cverv
sale of any interest. Penally tor any neglect,
forfeiture of the vessel, or interest sold.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. SHEPAKD, GINSMITH.
O IFLKS AND SlioTfiUNS mnile to
lv nrJer Itppnfriiiif of all ttab dune ou Hhort notice.
Shop In ilurlluirt Illnek. Muin U'eU
Aslitnliula, Mny s, Is7-J. 4iC
for sale.
ONE-SIXTII interest in ns pooil a farm
u there is in Anilnliula i'eimti. AI'O. IS Lcli In
Unlmh. .Minn. Over 4.000 InluibitsiiM. 'I'ermlnns ef
the L. S. A- M. it. It., ut. n UiiNocihero raciflctiiiUruad.
Lots well lucutcd ami lllle tjerfcet.
J. E. WATRfit'S.
Aalilnhnla, Alay R, 1ST?. VPid
StcriJf' as Special Master Vvinmissiotier.
BALK OF LANDS AND TENEMENS.
AthtubuUt Common Plcan, March Term, 1872.
David W. Itnikcll Si Co., 1
le-'oln.t OltDElt OF SALE.
Johu W.Hiarkev.
Ily virtue ot an Ucdor ut Sale, duly lncd from Slid
Court in tho nbuvc rain to mo ilireetod. 1 will oiler for
sle by wiy of Hahllc Ae4in, at tli dor ol the Court
llouee In JetToraon. Anlitabula Couuly. Oblo, on Satur
day, tho ISth day of June, A. II. Ih7i, lietweon tlie hours
or 1 and S o'clock P. M.. of auld day, the followlnu
described Laud and Tenemeuti, lo-wtt : HUualo In tbo
VIIIa"oof AKhtHlailn, County of Anhlnbuln, aud Stalo
of Ohio, and known aa Lola No. Two Hundred and
dxly-llirec (.!) nnd Two Hundred nnd aljIy fmircJW)
of l. W.linry'a Him, Mid being elyht S) rodii rront on
Ibe htreel kuown tot Uuuiphrev "treet, und eilit roda
in Ibe rear, and alo about ef'lit (H) rod deep, lo the
uaxt line of onu Mailirr, nnd cnuinieiicea at the Norih
cn.t corner of (1. I'. WnlNiii'a lot in Hald plat, aud U on
tlie W M KUleof tnld Illimphrey tttreet.coutaluluirubont
'I'wo-tifi lis- tZut of an acra of laml. Aiiprniced at
tl.SOU.UU. '1'ucuia, Civil. A. W. h'I'li.liS,
SlieillT aa Special Master t'oinmiaa'r.
John H. Siieuman, I'ltlt a Aify.
M' Mierin' Office, M;iy 7, 18TO.
Iec ! Ice ! !
V K Imvo on imnd a largo fiipply of
Kxccllent Ice, which wa will deliver to customers
four tlmua a week, at tbe old price, uuceiita per hundred.
Orders left at H. O. Drawer No. 84, (at oar eipeiireo or
at lliu U. U. Depot, will be attended to.
Ahjll l 41H LA ICE CO.
Aalitnhiila Depot, May 7, 178, 8'i-tf
Itlil'OUT ol'llio condition tle Farm
era' Nntinual Mank of Aahtabula.atllwcluaaobiulucaa
April l!Hli, Wi.
ItKSOL'IM'KS.
Loans and Discounted ,
Ovir Drarta
U- U. Honda to aecuru Circulation
11, H. Ilond to fucuru U. H. Depoaila,.,.
J. M. lloudi- held by tlila Hnuk.
Nurilieiu I'ueillc Itallroad llondu
Due lYom Hedi:euiliitf A);elil in N. V....
Duvfioin oilier Nailouul Ikinks
Due fruin Mate IlaukiuK Avuocialioua,.
HaukliiK HuiiHu and 1' iiruituru
m.f)W IS
071 S3
. 1D0.IHHI UU
. utl.lKIU 00
l.60 U0
100 00
. 1(1.1(0 74
I.VX5 IS
4.84S 6i
4.IHMJ OJ
S,I4 U9
t,444 74
i,im on
vu 111
14,1)48 10
Ml 60
taiO.m 48
(loo.oiio m
l,l 10 III
S,'M IIS
laj.imo oo
7i,i;iu t,o
W.5M 1H
SIS 04
1.7U IS
r.xpfUHu and raea
i'l-einiuiua
Clink Ileum. 8tnmpa, Ac
nanonui raiik riotea, ,
fractional and Ccllla
Leunl Tuuder Notui
Spuciu ,
UAI11MTIES.
Cupltnl fitoek jiald In
Hiirplua I'-anil.
Intereat and Premiums
Circulation
Individual Depiwlti
P. H. Depoalt
Uuu to Nut, llilllkv
Dau tu utlier Dunks
, , i , .. .1IH.m 4S
I do aoloninly awenr that the above atatanieul la true
lo tho beat of uiy kiiowledKe ai-l belief.
A. K. IICUHAIU). C'a.hler.
Hworn to aud f libaerlheil tbl nth ,tv .,r f,. wr
beloru mo.
r, , , Vt lluoaa my liuiul and Notarial 8oal. .
1 ' 4 Kiiw iaii II. KiTeit, Notary Public.
CoiiHKCT- Atteat t
-., ii. i i ii.il, i
II. K.PAItsoks, Dimeter.
J. D. HLLIIKKT. I
Ol1 INTEREST TO ALL I
CLOTHING-.
J. MANSE1EL1 Jt CO.,
52 PUBLIC v vA ft
CL1CVELANI), OHIO.
"V-OTWITILSTANDIXO tlio ndvanre
X In material wa am happy lo av wa aha II lie able to
auuply our customers will out malarial chaufra of uric.
Oiiralock la larijer than ever before, and wa ars lual
innweiptof tlto LATKbT HHKINU bTVLES, botu as
rejiardi lha cut a ad atylu of material.
SPUING OVERCOATS.
We tUMfrall r(tra-awveril new htvlot.and (he tllei
OOATS.
The Njw Miirktit I'ont. tha Knirllvh Wl Win ral nrt
mo nvrvj arv mu ivtuu aiyit't lur uuineii.
We vary In any way lo Dlenae onr trade. Rtrlnaa.
nkliiure., ant plauoiiala are worn, but Kino Htriuea are
very alyiiah. In Hue aauta we faavu the larueat aaaort-
nienl lu Cleveluud. aud alww aoiiae eleuaul pallarut.
We ifuaraulea kihkI alyie and perl'eet at.
t tu aiauaatfia inii r la t'art,
Biimmox Vests
Are One uf MaunAtOirt. Hit.ilalllsta mA in hnkk Ik
liuwua auu WlfcaK W MU.il UVe ft IRU lib.
CUNTLNENTAL VESTS,
&k -M ft'M ? -v f v r
W"-a- v
BOVH1 AN! CIMLWIKNH CLOTIIINO.-MotWar.
will Sod It will repay them lo eiauitna our Boya'
a ad Cblklruna Hollies, lu tbla U.uarlmcnl w offer
GENTS' rCUNiaiUXa GOODS
W al waya liavo ou band i Rrat cla.a SMe4t of Ova lie-
lueu 9 rnrni.iiina uuoue. lueluaiuif Hiu-Im., i ml..
moves, c., Ac. - r m
UIKTH of all Grade.. TUa "BW1 wulta akrta la
h uutrkat. laarsov aiTtiaa.
A BtBCl.klTY OT CHKTOT saisr.1.
Of which we have eevaral enU. and ai. aaUln Sfl
uf wu, ima me u.i a.t Ufv..
Oenulua Hcolch tb.vlota,
t su
, S9
a 6
a uo
1 7
1 Vu-
Amerlcaa Cbavlots,
All warnuited flaak solars.
at Hublla Bquara. Claralaud, Olilo,
1 oSer apeelal UdtMem.ata to. ai AaktakulaRoiuty
(rlauda, and aio tvuSdeal 1 csa, uuU It aavlug t4
Iv .'.?" J"10 sMUsa srtlcUi. la aik
a Ula-lo ClMakuiif. aaaSifaa ul m bv .t
1 wal aey Aahtabula liaa lha aaaaeiilkaral dlacoaau
,( ' av!
New Draw Feed,
LOCK STITCH.
There are aome point In a 8ewUig Malilna tBl ladlea
deairliiK to purchase should take into counldoralloa.ytr.
Llfjhlnt't Qf ftvnnl'ff,
Ji'iite of MitnaQtrnciit,
Caj.arity In da CA Wnrl Itetulrtd,
t'rtedom from A'oiet. and
Xon-LMIiln K V'1 if Ordr..
Vi'c clutin that thu Improved llllptie poaaassaa
all theac oinla, and that it ia
tiik vehy nnsi
FAMILY MACHINE
NOW MANUFACTURED,
And we solicit an examination of It. Aircuta uajitcd In
evrrv county, to wuniu we will e1vft the mo-t ilboral
terni'a. IvtTOM HMOS.,
vi ltlFinh Avenue, litlatmrgh l'as
Flovees! Beautiful Flowers t
V7E vinli to pav t lint we l)vo jrrontly
T T KNLAItOET) oitr OHEKN liOl'HK FACIUTIK8,
ani h:ivo recently Irirjrely Incroiiftftl oitr Klocka
that nv we ore prrjinrt-rt to nupply all who ruj Tavor
us villi a call, with a luro vurlcty of
Green IIouu an4HdUtnx Plf
ami nil kind" r VefTPtnliJ Plants In tbetr iwimon.
Wc r.w prcpHruil lo funiUb nny or all tbe var.ul.ee of
Nl'KKllT OR (lUKAMENrAl. Sinil BBKKY, 0 111 llom-C Of
nrlu r -tiuk fitnn tlie very extcnelve Htock of KTUkltS.
IIAKIMSON A I'U.. on wry t-bort notice, and at tbclr
Catiilut-ne Kilter.
We propose sending a vmjon a round town icml
wcekly to Mipply Ciiritouiei't? w 1 L U
FUIiSII GARDEN VEGETABLES
In their n?oii, nnd we will bfliappr to f!l nnd deliver
all olt;r! tor Flower oc i'lanta tlmt any he made.
We Itavoon baud a fine supply ol I'aitfift, Uoa,
Verbuniin, Dabllai, Glsdlohin. tU'iiinfump, and fn fact a
well selected nnd vnricd ttloek of I'LuntH ani Flowern,
embracinj; a larie ftock of cboic AiiMaiilt. We sUoll
bu liuppv to welcome vlnitora at any aad all times.
V-tlitohuluO., April 1. W3m
WANTED,-$7000
"ofa'j Timmvm to ciiarlie."
IF Fili Kivcr is to flow up stream, its
1'oltvwoL's to die. Its wiilowa to be bunir vrith krolLeti
Jew. burp Hie Harbor moved lo 'ro4toHii, the leuot
to ueliKa coruera, gm-a cover awr eireeta, aueup llu
under I he counter, lieu. Imvo neista in the allow tu.ea,
uiul uwla haunt our bed chumhere,
Who, wlio would live alway
In this desolute iot 1
With only a luiilwuy,
Aud nit-cr a De 1'ot 1
For (ear tlila will or will or will not Uappen, I a in
anxious toacu.ac fricea mat deiy couiueiiilou
a lull line of UUI.LV VAULcJ4 and other
alvlua of prima, litonu aud
BLEACUED COTTONS,
FANCY CA9SIMERES,
LONG ANB SQt'ARE SHAWLS.
OTTOMAN IIF.VEUSIBLE, rOPUNS.
l'EHCALES. l'IiUE9,
JAfA.S'ESK SILKS, UNEXS. LAWNM.
LACES. Cl'KTAIXS,
BKL-HSEL8, 8 PLY, INGUAIN.
AND IIEMI'CARI'ETS.
EDWNUS, EMBItOIIXEKY, COLLARS, C'VKKS,
D It ESS BITTONS AND TlilMMlNdS,
TICKINGS, DENIMS, CIIECKS,
CORSETS, HOSIERY,
GLOVES, PAKAbOLl, SI MMER 8UIT1NU6V
Also n lult tine of LiiJk
LACE, CONGRESS Httil BUTTON GIAITERS
Wiilkliig Sliocs, Hlippfrs,
CLiihlrciis' outl MIhsi-s' Gutters, Mens Cull
Slim s & Ilimts, Lndii-s' Gout,
Cult' unil Moiucco Lnce lloois,
Truvcllni; Biiskets, SalclifU, Uinbrx'tlus, Cottou
Yarn, llultine, Tulile Linen,
N Al'KlNS, TOWELH, oic.
In Inct nil gumls usually Ibuud in a first class,
store cun be bought vt ry cheap for cosh, ot
II. L. JIORItlSOX.
Aahtabula, 0 April S3, 1874 m
EVERY DAY
I am reeetvlng and openlns new ami dealrable Roods,
bought w ith cau. 11. L. MoKUlbON.
HAMILTON & KAY'S
Seamlcaa Coraota tha beat In town for tha money, al
MORRISON'S.
WALL PAPER
A new ttock Jnat received at MOHlilSON'S.
A FULL LINE OF
Crockery and Table Cutlery at MORRISON'S.
IRON WORKS.
Hulbert Paige,
Founders, machinists, and
Mauufactarara, No. ii Jack.on St., Palneavllle, O.
A. P. Trarhool, jnillwrlabt aV DrafUaaaa.
Mauufacliirera of Stalli-uarj and Portable
STEAM ENGINES,
Tlrrnlar and t'prlani Maw imila,
MILL SETS,
JWy Sir SUJet, SAnfling, Futky, Otaitff, 4V., aW-
GU1ST MILL WORK AND GEARING OP
ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Tvacaoara P
TUKBINE -WATER WHEEL.
Patxa,t
TIUI'MPII CORN S1IELLER
RIDER'S PATENT ROAD STEAMER,
Vur Stoat Thnaliki;, Steam Wowlaj, Vfood
Hawing, Ac
BVLBERT-S PATENT
Uoaala Seamlug aad PaflMtlac Macklaa.
CASTlNUtt Ol EVKHY KINU IN IROM AND BRASS
MAUKI'O ORDEtC
fvaMuc rrMtatlr Allaadad la.
Plana, Brawluira and Eatlmataa of any kind f adfl
S . , lurul.u, put up and pat la oueratltw all lha
Machinery requl.ita fu a Si.t ciaaa MIU of any -aripllou,
aud yuarautv aaif work lu aiarr parllcuUi.
By neana of apeelal awchkaanr and other advantage
"a an aualtUd M 4a ,
arxi.aT oxAjBtm wons
AT THS LOWEST TRICK-.
rntaTm,0.,AprHa,lt, UMjr
DRY GOODS!
E. H. GILKEY,
MavVif ntaraad trwat Naa Taak,
Ta nnw artrtninn
From day to day.
A Large
Line of
DRY GOODS,
Bought with
special care
to meet the
wants of all.
Black and Fancy
SILKS,
Poplins,
Black Alpacas,
Ladies' Dress
Trimmings,
Please look
for yourselves.
VfaTJr aftM9J4tfetyl)
E. 1L GILKKY.
114
Aaataaala, Aartl at, ta
'at,. , ,
. -.i : ' i" : -t
TYLEU & CARLISLE
ARE NOW OPENING! AJf IMMIKSK TOCK.OK
Spring and Summer
t'OBvariesac aU tka Istwt aov.ltlaa.
W are artn gyet baaratM aa
JAPANESE SILKS,
JAPANESE POPLIN8,
DRESS LINENS,
STRIPE CH AMBRAYS,
NORWICn LUSTRES.
WHITE PIQUES,
SCOTCH GINGHAMS,
PLAID POPLINS,
BLACK ALPACAS,
BLACK SILKS.
Wa have tha largeat aad moat eoaaprcte atacc of
WHITE GOODS
ta b found la tha County.
DONT FAII, TO EXAMINE STOCK OF
Parasols & Sun Umbrellas.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS !t
Wa are aelllnf a good all Wool Stripe Shawl for $3 40.
M'ARP SHAWLS FOR tuandtT.
Wa ala hay a la 11a f
OTTOMAN KEVEKSIBUS SHAWLS.
T ar salting
GLOVES and HOSIERY
AT LESS Til AX LAST TEAR'S PRICES.
Frints ! Frints ! !
100 Pitt of tha Bast Bntads aad Keweat Styles.
Cassimercs & Cottonades
AT OLD PRICES.
Oar stock of
DOMESTICS
U teaapleta aad will aot b said at ta adraa.
FraTttla la
RIBBONS,
SCAUt'S AND
TIUMMINGS,
3 A YANKEE NOTIONS,
aaaarla mr Stack, , , (
1 TYLER CARLISLE. ;
Aabtaaala, Maj 14, ISTt, 1N
Haskell's Column.
D. V. HASKELL
Has In Store a V ry Largo Slock of
NcwSpringGoodst
ta aH tbetr varietjr, sal waald rapeclfully ant
A Call
from the old and yoarj, rtch and poor E vary bed t-
before purchasing
Dry Goods and Crocke.ijy
Dou't forget the place. Parllculart aext week..
D.T. HASKELL.
H. & K.
CELEBRATED
STOMACH BITTERS,
TUese Btteea are coa ldered y evury ene who aaes
llieui to be tha
Finest and Rest In the Country,
Aad are prepared by UK. KINO, a phaiclan of long
Handing and practice, who by etodr and, re- . .
acarch la Ceatral America, ha a
brought I hem to the higbeel etaadard of perfectioo., ,
Nous OinvrMa without the eigne tar f Beadrjr A Slltg.
. 9 :
For Sale, Wtioteaale sod RaUtl hj i -
M. NEWBERRY, S
s - x -
fl-Sra ASHTABULA, OHIO. 1
-i -'
CHEAP DOOESa
X:
Klln-tlrtetl, All Pine Doors fot
$1.75 to $2.25
TlIE StibscHlier, Wing ouviiii) of tho
neeeaatty of a low priced door, haa made arrangements
to furnUu theui at ibe above
Astonishing Low Prices,
And all other good In hie tin In the una ratio. He.
i'ah, and cabii oaly,
"Small Profits and Large Sales'
la say motto In the futore. A taree atoek of Saab,
Blluda. and Ioora eon.tantly oa aamt. Over
One Hundred different varielina
of Moitldtnga. Sendl Sawlnff done on ahnrt
notice, and WAHltANTSO TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
A Large Stock of
MICHIGAN PINE
On bard. Alao a large stock of Siding, Celling and'
FLO OrLXJNT
ALWAY8 ON HAND.
(Tall and see before yon buy, aa I am determined ta
make It aa object for tlie people lo bay of aoe.
Office aad Mill oppoail Cbnreh Park. Hlreet. Mala
Aahtahula. 6 k. C. CVLLISV,
A. a HERENDEN & CO.,
MAMMOTH
FUENITURE
WAREROOMS,
1XL 33630l5. St.,
CLEVELAND, O.
Parllca Vlaltlnc rierelaaa
Are cordially Invited to call and ex.
amine our btudaone atook, aud Cue
atom,
Ladlea will And no long etalre lo
climb, a having an "Otia" Steam
Paaaenger Hotel Elevator, that car.
riea cuaiowora lo any floor la tbe
building.
Wo have all lloora. SOxl-W teet.
making the Uiyeit aad flaeat Faral.
ture bouao In the Weal.
We retail all alaeeee of gooda at lb.
loweat whuleaale prlcea, making a
aaving to buyera of from 10 to M pee
cent.
A. S. HEBBNDBN C.
M-emo
O. K. RALPH'8,
NEW CASH STORE.
I WOULD moat respectfully inform
the Inhahltanta of Aehtahnla and amroundlng eoaa
try. that 1 have opened a Store wltb a new and .elect
aaaort ment of
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES, Ac,"
whlck I pronoe lo aell at moderate prieee and readr
nay. One door Soath of Flak, SlUlmaa, A Co'a Fed
Plea gty aa a cbano to akow that I meaa bwala.
O. K. UALPllT
aa.-&SV-S "
Aabubula, Jau.lstb, ltfli. tea
JOHN WOR LEY,
MAMCF ACTCREB A5B JOBBEH OF
PAPER HANGINGS
AT ,
, FACTORY PRICES !
CLEVELAND, O,
.taV3ra .
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