try. Oftoni linos tne ti.imr. lifivo fiulccl
away into the unknown while the deeds
wrought 1 1 a v a been preserved l'roin the
nearly all devouring ravipi of time.
Far lens!iQlvr would it be could we
asanmle the name with the deed.
' Thero nted be no Icar that tha noble
deeds of our ln;ave soldier will ever be
forgotten while there shall be country
men 10 write uiiir History, or memories
to cheritih thorn. To-day yon generous-
iy uraicBip, in enuuriHjr iorni, ana 1 nojm
lor centuries, that which shall preserve
the names of on'o hundred ftnd twenty,
OT more, heroes eut from this township
to beat back the waves ol n merciless
and wrongful revolution. You inscribe
these names, that ii. alter years other gen
erations rimy read, and in reading re
member, who it was that helped to pur
chase, at so much sacrifice, those great
national blessings which I trust may
prow brighter as time shall grow older.
Many of those whose tunics appear are
yet with m, but before many years they
will have passed away, leaving their his
tory in the hands of posterity. Some
whose naii.es nnnear hero fell unoii the
Held of battle and consecrated their li.Vs
work heroically by the shedding of blood.
Others no less bravely met death in hos
pitals or on the march. J!;it whether
alive ami active, or djing amid tho roar
and 6moke of battle, or languishing out
bravo lives ou beds of sickness, or on
llieir mother earth, wo yet can say of all,
they did their duty well, and millions ol
people will eiihliiino their memory in
millions of loyal hearts.
Then, in the w.imc of the living, we
here to-day, standing as free men and
women in that broader liberty in which
urcotititiy has so recently been bap
tized, dedicate this monument, to the
memory of the living as well as of the
dead. Slay it, so long as it may be
looked upon, remind you of your duties
to your country and those w ho, bv their
labors made it possible for us in a lasting
peace to hero ijcdicuic it to-dny.
Here, in the presence of the living
and above tho tx-posa ot tho dead, let
upeaker and listener renew his allegiance
to his country, and liiro vow that by
no word or act of ours shall it ever be
made possible tor our land to be again
drenched in blood or torn by internal
Btritc. And taking wkh us to-day that
memory which binds every battle field
and patriot's grave all over this broad
land of ours to our living hearts, let ns
go forth to the performance ot all those
duties which have been cast upon us,
and in the performance of which we and
ur country am blesseil. And when, in
futuro years, other general ions shall come
to look upon pour work of to-day, ami
hero read the names of these heroes,
may they be enabled to believe that
"O'l fame's eternal cunping (round
Your silent tents are Kprenil,
While jrlory gaunt willi sacicd round
The liivoac of I he dcuil."
Saturday Morn in tr, Sept. 2T, 1872.
1IF.PI III. K AN TKKliT,
Fur Pr-ld.'nt-1 lye H. ;rat.
For Ylcc-I'resldcul-llcnrjr WIUou,
J6r llf.H AN VI'ATU Tl KliT.
For Merri'tary of mule- A. T. W J koll'. ,
For Knjir.'ine .lii'k'i'-Joliii l Hell.
lot 1)um i,l of Public Win U- It. It. Porter.
rk-nal.vUI Elector. J lJj,
For fonress-Jamea A. ;ui'flolil.
ItliPl III.H Al Ol MTV TICKET.
For Clerk Court ('oiiiuiun IMrnn Ahm Lumb,
Fur.l'robuU' Jiict,- J. Itrlla,
VojjC'oiiiily 1'oMiiiiU-loixT-ll. I.. WorrlNon.
Fur Innriii'irvllli tnr- Naltinnlel Foiled.
tlTTlio full returns of tho Vermont election
M given by tho Worltl tlvu Converse UH.tJO!)
CTTTlio Illinois " Stalls Zeltuiitf " says that
(.'ail Sctiurz i a swindler, ami that the reform
party arc " Peter Punks."
C1T"Geiieral Hlierinan sitys the Germans are
tho best diilled troops ever miii'chcd, and that
Germany will wield u controlling liillueiicu in
fJtrTIm Gnvorimr has Issued a proclamation
for an election on the rljililli of October to fill
llin vacancy canned by the ileaih of lb-present,
ativo Lelirnerof l-'aiilli-ld eoiiuly.
RT" Carrying coals to Newoawio" Is now
a latL The sleainship Great Eastern lias lam
i hiiltereil to land a cable, at St. Johns, New
Urunswlck, and take back, a load of 2(1,(11)0
tous of coal to Knyluud.
tlTKifty thousand soldiers assembled at
Pittsburg on the 17th, and a motion whs unani
mously adopted to send greeting to Gen. Grant,
Willi the assurance that they will jjlre liliu
their unanimous vole In November.
CjTTlio Htato Fair aenoimts Iiuvj not yet
been Anally madu up, but it U tpiltc certain tho
board have cleared expenses ami have a small
llijlu. The aides of tickets amount to 13,
73:'.50. The numU-r of tli keis were eltjhiy
11 ve greater lima the number sold lust year.
tyPijice March, tho following Stales have
given ISepublieau majoillles : New Hiimiv
hire, C icelieiil, Oregon, North Carolina,
eruiont aud M due. West V irgliil:i lias elect
cd Governor opposed to tho Greeley eoinbl
ualion, but not a klintle Htato has yet been
pronounced la favor of the coalition.
nfThe confederates la Maryland have se
cured au order lima the htato government to
remove tho buttle ttnn deposited in tho rSlate
wipllol at AnnaMU after tho rcbclliun. by the
IB on soiiturs or that Ntiito. Tho reason is
that the reminiscence brought up by their
lgui are very uupleiwuni. Uiitllencnrrcd fn
ion flags are a great uuUauco to Greek v aud
bis followers just now.
fiTTfie "old-lime AlsdillonlsttortUo West
rn itcserre" w ill lake notice that Mr. Gree
ley confined his sympathies, in hi Cleveland
sptKub, to white robe!. Ho diniinidi-d that
Jeflmon DvU have the right lo re niter tho
United til&W Bcuute, luit he had not a word
Ju behalf of thu colored man harrieii aud mal
treated by the Ku-lilux aUmUcra of Jefferson
IVTbe New York Herald U f the opinion
that Grant will even get lha liouthem Bliiles.
It say concerning tho blaek votei "We
. may fsirly conclude that the dndJiUtratiou
. will also secure the Southern Btutes In, which
the colored voters predominate, or form a
large percentag of tha population, Such as
Bouth Carolina, MltuMppi, Louisiana, Texas,
Florida, Georgia. Alabama sod Virginia, thut
leaving thu battle to be fought pithily in the
Middle aad Western BuUes." Which makes
ft tie more Important for Republicans of the
'! Uddl sod" Wettero ntes, tpcUUy in. Oct
ober, to do fheir best. .
Orff.i.bt said at Indianapolis the other day,
that tli two, walotiworris of the present cam
paign were "reconciliation" and "purity."
This Is, then, Lis stock In trnilo cuddll.iff
kindness to his enemies, and the foes of the
government, and bad fallli soil perfidy towards
his lile-lonR friends, sad tlioso whose stead
fast patriotism have sustained both him and
(lie government. Tho fellows with whom
Urecley proposes a reconciliation, do not ask
for a reconciliation except upon their own
terms. Vuless they can dictate terms, they
care no more about him or his watchwords,
than does tho fellow w ho pulled the IMiiloso-
pher's nose upon the steps of the Capitol some
years ago. Tbey, like tho author of the
watchword, are willing to uso It, if It Is to he
the means of pulling them into power. These
cluips, too, are tho fellows whose exemplifica
tion ol purity is such that we are to go to them
hs examples. The inhumanity and Infamy
with which many of them are covered, is no
bar in Mr. Greeley's mind since their adoption
by him Into btdfellowsliip. Ho must bear
with ns if we are a little obdurate, and Insist
upon cxamplara or a different character, and
teachers somewhat more dUcrlminatlua than
our Philosopher friend. Indeed, our former
rcat respect for tho honesty of tho Tribune
and its editor, in so sudden and wonderful a
change, is a little, shaken, and it Is not a little
difficult to clear the mind or the suspicbu that
is not wholly disinterested, alter all. We
are lead to doubt appearances, and the conclu
sion Is well nlnh Inevitable that there is some
thing or either the knave or tho fool Bbut the
man. This proffered liati4-sliakIng-rccoiic.il In
tion over d irk and bloody chasms, is not a rel
ishable entertainment, and our preference is to
stand buck stand by tlioso w ho present no
such disabilities and objections. Those whose
friendships and efforts for the country show
such incongruities unci whose record is
that of true men lovers and defenders or the
country. The two watchwords, therefore, thut
Mr. Greeley lias put Into the mouths or Ins
followers, are but the merest catch-words, put
forth to decieve, and worthy iu their applica
tion the man and tho cause which have adopt
Osk of the priuctp.il watchwords of Horace
Greeley ivliilj swinging around the circle, wns
purification, lie proposes to purily the jjov
ernmtut if the people w ill only elect him
President. Peoplo would have more confi
dence in his sincerity if lie were not so prone
to associate Uimsjlf with tho liiipnro and cor
rupt men ol both parties, and so notoriously
profane himself. They do not forget that Fen
ton and Uochraue, and men of like character,
are his chief advisets ; that Tammany, with
all its monstrous and abominable corruption,
his main dependence j that his nomination
at Cincinnati wns accomplished by the most
disgusting trickery, and that if eleeled. his
advisers and subordinates must come from tho
same class of people who foisted liiui upon
Hie Cincinnati convention, or from ex-Conl'ed-urate
soldiers. Whul imritlculiou could bu ex.
pitted from such a source I
Ik the managers of Horace could cork him
up as tff.ctually on all subjects as they have
on the subject of Protective Tariff, they
migiii save thousands of votes. For many
years Greeley could not oien his month to
speak but something would come out iu fuvor
of a tariff. Now ho linds time to swing
around the circle Just before tho elections in
V ermont and Maine, and then In Pennsylva
nia, Ohio and Indiana ; to abuse soldiers and
sailors; to repeat the oft exploded falsehoods
about disfranchised southerners and Credit
Mobilier; to adyoeato secession, immediutc
lesuniplioii of-specie puymenls, ami then lake
It all back mid buinbly beg lor voles; but not
a word not a lisp in favor of protection to
American industry. If he ever had au honest
couviclion ou any subject to which he adher
ed over night, it was on this subject of tariff.
hy cm t his keepers shut off his disgusting
twaddle on other subjects as well as on this.
GliKKt.KV, In lib speech at Cleveland, claim
ed that the Democratic party bad been con
verted from its former errors, that li has
"abandoned all hostility to eipial rights lor
men of every color." Home people have a cu-
rlosiiy to know when that conversion took
place. Was it at tho time of Greeley's nomi
nation at Cincinnati, or w as it when bo was
nominated at Baltimore ? It must have been
a case of almost instantaneous conversion at
all events. Tho next ipiery that comes up is,
how much more quickly will thu party go
buck to its toriuer condition after gelling into
(itiKKI.KY has swung around the circle about
alter Hie fashion of Andy Johnson, allowing
the sumo childish garrulity, exhibiting much
the same spile and venom, with much more
falsehood and much less im brlety. His abuse
of tho soldiers and sailors was (mitu like
Johnson's abuse of Congress, and will react
upon him Just about a favorably. Uls most
senseless falsehood, however, was in regard lo
thu disfranchisement of soutborirebeU Ev
ery school boy knows that thero aro muio dis
franchised at present, but Greeley says that in
Arkansas alone 6,001) aro still disfranchised.
Governor Jewel of Connecticut say of that
When he mado that statement, which was
false, hu said Unit which lie knew was false,
which his hearers knew was false, which his
hearers knew be knew was false, and w hich he
kimui kitbettrert knew fie knete tttu fuine.
(Ireuley, says thu Cleveland JfcraU,
vaitdy attempted to take baok his Pitts
burg secession declaration, but lie has
mado uo pretence of Withdrawing his
Pittsburg hlander of the veteran defend
era of the Union. (Iu thu contrary he
indulged in another fling in bis Newport
speech when be asked, Why should we
call together multitudes of auldicrs ex
ulting over the victories of the last stnig
glc, ami then rake up all the evil it has
douu iu that Mrugglo ns though they
were characteristic of the people."
Greeley's present masters vented I heir
pile against the soldier at every oppor
tunity, Greeley lakes lo their ways nat
urally, Tho veterans will remember this.
Queen Victoria is about lo, tor the sec
ond time, step over tho bounds of English
royally, and give licr only reiruiuing
duuuhier, I'linocss Denlriot in nurriago
lo tho Marquis of Stafford. lWalrice
wants to. become a wilo, and as thero are
no princes handy who are desirous c-i
taking bcr for belter or for worse, U bus
been deemed advisable to let bur marry
just wliom. she pleases. One ot two
things is patent lo the English people
either Victoria was too pruliuo in daugh
ters, or Uie neighboring kingsanJ queens
too- barren of sons, and bene tliey don't
seen tcare so mucU about ibis last vio
lation of tha Medes-aud-lVrsion rule,
whioh baa obtained to long in, tbe royal
GnKKLKT and most of his fuglemen are now
riding the hobby of reeoncUitiion. They coin
phrfn bitterly because a few peijtired old reb
els are not permitted to take teats in Congress
and luxuriate in other places of ptotlt and
honor, at in former days, but they have noth
ing to say of tho thousands of Union men who
have been scourged and murdered by Kii-Klux,
merely because they were Uepubllcans. This
perambulating candidate and his follower
do not iufurin their bearers that ruoro aud
better men than this whole butch of perjured
rebels have been killed In a single mouth by
Greeley's follower at the south.
EXCITKMEKT A MONO TUB Oil. PRODCCEn9
is showing Itself ill largo meetings, the pass
age of resolutions, and a general determina
tion to shut down on tho production. One of
these large and significant meetings was held
at Oil City ou Monday morning last. The ob-
jecl is to prevent-the opeuing uf nev wells,
aud the Increase ol supply. About 4U0 wells,
including all but twenty in the Tidioute and
Fray n u ibis district, have been shut down lor
thirty days. Tuo Chairman stated at ;his
meeting, Unit the oil regions were eight mil
lions In debt and are sinking over hair a mil
lion a mouth. If such a course goes ou, wo
w ill all be bankrupts.''
Tho following resolution was fully and
earnestly discussed aud unanimously passed
Jiesolved, 1 hat in the hciisu of the
producers of Oil Creek and surround
ings, here assembled, it will be to the
interests of this region that all pumping
and drilling be suspended froui this
Monday evening, at six o'clock, lo No
vember first, una that, we recommend
that no more wells be commenced before
the first ot March next, and that we
will do all iu our power to carry out this
Other meetings were also held and a similar
spirit munitested. Committees were also ap
pointed Iu visit tho dillereut sections aud take
die pledges of the producers to fidelity in car
rying out the objects of the movement aud the
orgauiz ition springing therefrom. In conse
quence of this movement, the oil marlicl is a
shale tinner. Small sabs of Oil City, on the
spot, were made at $:1.00 to U.00. Lower Creek
nominal at $2 85 lo 3. .10.
San Jca.n Islands. Li acoov of the Pmrei
Sound JUxpitteh, published ul Seattle, Wash-
tutlion territory, muter date of thu 'JOin ult.,
wo find thu following correspondence, which,
as it makes allusion to our young townsman,
Lieutenant Huuuaud, his localiuu and occu
pation, we think it will uol ho without luterest
to our readers :
Sail Juan Island being a place of'somo note
belvveeutiio Coiled Slales mid Great Ikilniu,
it may be ul some inn nut to your renders lo
bear of something coiiceruina it. To inosu
now living ou I lie Island it will make no ma
terial ilillereiicu which nation gels it ; but
huving been mere, u lew days since, I may add
tlialsiiould it be given to inc iirin,ii, many
Americans will uol remain long on the In
land. l'or sheep raising, it Is wuiiuul douni
one of tho best sections ot country on huh
coast. Several sellers nave madu lueir pile iu
wool and ulicep raising alone. The soil is good
lor ail tunning ,urpos s, and the laud is more
easily cieaieu liiauou many ol lliu neighbor
It is understood that all tlio troops now sta
lionid tlieie will ho removed iu October, ll
uol befoie. Tim American garrison is umler
in u m'miiiikiiu ui ui. ji, j). jinouarn, ol the
Sid U. S. Artilery, and uuliKcscvcrnl wlio com
mauded lliero oelore, Iris ilealiugs Willi thu
citizens have beou So lair unit iiouorahle. as lo
command Uie conudcuce and respect ol all Hie
citizens ol the Island. Allhougli lie is in vi sl
ed wiiii almost unlimited power, yet hu uses it
willi such even-handed justice at does honor
tc his country iu Uie estimation of every K.i
glislimun upon the Island.
Dr. G. C. Douglas, Uie Post Surgeon, is a
most estimable gentleman, and although but a
lew weeks there, ho has madu uu exc llelit
reiiut.iiiou for skill in Lis
1 liu crops on the Island are over an average
notwithstanding lliu bile dry season.
There, are at present about one hundred
families ou the lsiaiid, and as a class lliey are
about us nappy a peeplu as can be touiiu any
w here. Tiiey pay no taxes, nor duties on any
goods for llieir own use, aud sell what they
raise at llio Highest market prices.
As Uiu steamer is coining, 1 have not lime
to eive what 1 Nlar iil In i., .1...
scnpiion of the l.dauil, but hi' I do so some
Ex-Senator John l. II.ilo has written
a long, forcible, and in cverv respect
very ubld letter to Mr J. P. Halo Jenkins
of Xorrislown, Pa., iu which ho endorses
Grant to tho fullest extent, nod shows
the vacillation ami treachery' of Greeley
from thu beginning, lie ((Holes from
Greeley's History of tbe Ameiioaii Con
flict, pages 358 ami .'loO, first volume, to
show that Greeley was a secessionist be
fore secession was attempted, and pledged
the iniliionuu of the New York TriLtuie
to prcvtiet coercion, lie attributes lie
course of Sunnier to egotism nnd olToud-
d vanity. -
Notice our liuuivusu wtv or Hill's 4-4 lilueeli Colloa
tt 15 emu, m lu as sold sUowliere at M rent per yard,
bliico our uilviu tUeinunt last wui'k wu suit) ovur TOO yils.
tfwa. it AVXii-ZVoyrfM' Aim:
A Woman's Opinion of Greeley.
Mrs. Paulina W. Davis now in Paris writes
to thu Providence Journal thus :
When I first heard of 1. Greeley's
tiomiiinu ju in Cincinnati, I regarded it
as a joke, a burlesque too ridiculous lo
im) meant us serious, 1ml the Italtimoro
Convention put uuollicr luce upon the
A man who is iiroverbiallv the dune
of knaves and swiinllers, whose abound
ing vanity lives uu tbe sweet confection
of Ids flatterers, w hoau ready utterance
witiioui consideration lias oil en Urottglii
our country into trouble, should never
bold tin highest otlice iu tho gilt ot the
people. 1 cannot forget Ins cry ot "On
lo Richmond," and llieu the w eak, falter
ing course alterwards. 1 cannot forgot
that when it cost rcpututiou be was cow
ardly on tho slavery question, and it is
not so long ago when the 'Jlitet was
staking its tile upon the exposure of the
Tammany ring, that we do not all re
member bow quiet the Trilmu was.
I imve always regarded him as a Dim
mer, and I see only in prospective, if he
is elected, tho weakest and most vacil
lating administration we liavw ever had.
I have uo faith in his judgment j his
wayward impulses may bo good, they
sometimes arc, but I should prefer u cool
er bead and warmer heart, it such is to
be found among uieit,
Do not luuuiudcrsland mo. President
Grant is by no means my Ilea. He per
mits abuses at the South, ot which I uin
personally cognisant, that aro a disgrace
to civilization; but 1 do not believe
that, these are as great as lltey will
be with a much weaker nvan at the
beltik Should II. O. bo eleolod I Miev
a new rebellion will be Inaugurated, aud,
with the wily artfulness of llw old poli
tb 'tuna and. their garuered experience, it
will be ona much mora diffioult to man
; aga than the pact ooe.
Keep Straight Aiipin Pou nn nt
tetiliou to slanderers or gossip monger.
Keep straight on in your course, ami let
heir backbiting die the death of neglect.
What is the use of lying awake nights
brooding over the remark of some false
friend that runs through your brain like
forked lightning f What j the use ol
getting into a worry ami f rot over a gos
sip that has been act afloat to your dis
advantage by some meddlesome busy
body who has more time than charactet.
These things cannot possibly injure you
unless indeed, you take iio'iioe ot them
aud iu combatting give thetn character
and standing. If what is said about
you is true, set yourself right nt once
false, let it go for what it wil fetch.
u bee stings you, would you go to the
hive and destroy it 1 Would not a thou
sand uouie upon you? Ii is best to say
little lespeeling the injuries you have
received. We are generally the losers
the end if we stop to refute all back
biting and gossiping wu ,,uv j,,..
They ure annoying, it is true, but not
dangerous so long as we do not expostu
late nnd scold. Our chuiacteis are
formed and sustained by ourselves, and
by our own actions nnd purposes, and
not by others. Let us bear iu mind
that " caluiisniaiions may usually bt
trusted to time nml thu ul..ur l,t
justice of public opinion."
This, from the Dan bury JVeiM, is
worth a smile or two: " Two Squabble
Hill men have been devoting themselves
one girl. Uetwcen the two she hardly
knew who to choose, an.) I..,i ..
, . . '-"u yew
Uiity skipping from one banner to the
,.,!... l.'..:.l . r . -
i'liuiiy ingui io. t nppeai til in
brand-new pair of pains that had the
most gorgeous plaid ever seen. The
young lady caved at once, t hrew herself
upon his breast, and faintly articulated
"Oh, ain't they bully?" This of course
solved the difficulty as to tlw m,.,;.i....'-
choice, nnd there was evidently iioihiur
more to do than to fix 'the day. lim
alas! for human t-.-ili-iihiiion K,..i....
night No. 2 appeared on the scene with
nniii, i mib cpeneii Helmut. 1 bey are
be married next Thursday. No. 1 has
retired to the solitude of u lart-bark mill
PuiI,08'ilIHll GlIUKLBV hat) been swimrinv
around the circlo out west oa ii sorl of star
ring expedition, and crowds of the faithful
and curious cam .- out to meet him wherever be
made a halt. He passed through this place
train oa Wednesday morning last, In a
P.ihico car provided for hiin, and though
quite a number assembUil at the station to see
him, and were gr.ililh-d, the meeliag was pain
fully grave anJ proper "uo dog barked or aea
Ainheistburgh, Dominion, on
tho 24th ult., scow Perry White, W. L. Uakeii,
Capl., w ith 40,000 feet Lliu Lumber, consign
ed to E. H. Williams, and a package of w his
k"y to unnamed parlies.
Cleared, ou the SUlli inst.fnr Buffalo, scow,
Perry White, dipt. Bakkh, with U.t.titlO feet ot
lumber, shipped by H. Hubbaad & Co., con
signed to Taylor & Crate, Uullalo.
IIOLLOWAY'S OlNTMKNT. Soro lcT mill all
ulcers, eruptions and Injuries of the flesh heal
Kindly and sailtly under the operation of the
Ointment, and tho Pills, by their gentle aper
ient action, assist the care. Sold 78 Maiden
Lane, New York. Price 23 cents per pot.
Ask for new slyle; the old is counterfeited.
f . t. Bt .L ...
, i-mmu ..in cMin-cnni'r, III hid rerl-
denco. Jam below tin: Mlstlo i, on Monday, lliu !;kl iint
vsiuaiilu Until (iiuird Ulmla.-witli .wivul Key,t-i willi
vny u iiiinitru oi io lor its ro-
cowry, to ue kll Willi lliu uiiilersiKii,.
II. W. Cor.NTKKYMAN,
,.., "' 1 jusi imlow Hid sui on.
Ashtabula, (jnii. Ill, lhlv.s Mi.
JOTICU is hereliy given that the nn-
. ...... r.KII,. ,. , n ppoinmu nnd uieiiund
s hx cuiorsiiii lliu tslalo ol fM,:r M. li,:U, di.cssd.
Islu ol Auslluliurg, AoluaUula I',, v. lli.lt,
Bupt. (Ilh, ISTJ.
AIII11UU 11. I'ir.KCE.
Tho SiilHcrlbor having i.isi.d a preparatory coiir
sillily lor lliu priu iie.i ol his proiiaisioii, oiluis Ins
n:rvl us to lo Ihu eliixuiis ol Asiiislia s, In tnu tnal
nitilil of thu various dlnuusrs lo wlilcli lliu horru - ex
uused. Uu uiuy be lomiil on liiiury hi Hit, Kik Hoi ,u.
Jtstor-jwh. S..t , su AUA.U II I KU.
From llin Kalru-rouud enrloum,. or nr sli.nit tha
Mill a lai'vu Kuan, 'I'lV'O VUAU OLD hl'UKll,
lo Homy Ktalln-sil. 'rii.i Under will bu ru
wanltl by rularuiuu ll lo lUu Suhwrilier.
AslitHhiil.Hi'ut ttl IS7. ns.
JsTlCONG tt AlliLVrnoNtPS
ltss-tr for Sale it
SWIFT'S IHIUQ STOKE.
9 GO()l CAKI'ENTEUS
w Wanted to workol tin. Hoijwn IIOl'MR
A.liisbala. Apply lo II. B. 1 1.H.
Atlilabula, H. pi. 18. H.i. M-ll
Ileal llxttite for Sate.
rPIIE S'lhseriher will sell his House and
l Loi.contaltilna thrmi arrus, to lUo lUafurs' nuli-ti-iHirlHSNl.
liifUn.r Kilh ll rue acres on Hmiloii strut I, If
luKlrvd. 01 llio Iwo parvuls will lHa..ldsus.nilly. The
lioa-u is a iiiinttirlslilu onu, willi Iwru aud olbur mil
IhiiiiIIiiks, r.itn, 4cu. I'itiusanlly sliiialuil but a short
dtaliiucu wual ol' thu dtpol. For tnrias, apply lo
, ,. . . . llipi. , B. IIL'.UI-IIKKY.
Ashlabala, Anyast , Ik'iI. mil.
HOUSE & LOT POll BALE.
I'MIK Villayje House and Lot, pleasantly
located oa l"krlt Hiroul. now occupied byihoNnb
perlWr, Is ott'tirud for sale en ravorsbb- u-ria . Apphea
Htm Hluiald Im nisilu luimedlsiuly lo lliu snbscrlln-r. at
sli simp iiulben's llloek. J. ANZKIt.
n-utuiiaisA.ufiisi sn, inn. H'fir
The roillVasloua of bis vII.I l'iiMUI.,.,1
a wsruliiii and for Ihu bcnolH of young men and oth
ers, who suirer from Nervous Oelilllly, Loss of Msu-
TIU MEANS OP SRI.F-dmK.
Written hv onu who hsa ciim1 hliuselr ana mnt h..
rutulvliiKs post ualddireciud euvelopu.
nuuruas, AAI ll.l.llfiL HA1 r.lllf,
't Urooklyii. N. Y.
Ca, riage Company,
FIRST CLASS CAHUIAGES,
OP EVE It Y DESCUIPTION.
Nm. 90S, 80T 4c 09 kTATU ST It KUT,
1014 rAlNESVIIJ.W, O.
SMITH'S AUT GAT.LEKY,
Triers' Urlrk Hlork, Ashlabala, O.
The Lirtent KtibUhmtnt in the Oiuntu
rholoi;raphs from L1KK to I.OrKKT Slss.
Card Haoionrauas, SH par doa.
CuiLDiiBii lake In falrweaiUer Ikstantlt I
. Wcaailwis mads of ADt'LTS
la 40 SKI ONUS, lu tun Osikusl Waalhsr.
Boo 1'sus, fur 60 cci ts. Card 8ta, I for U ceaU.
Card bls. I ftn 60 ceu.s.
tFTke Jlmt LIOUTU the HtuU ef Ohio. JJ
rT,tt 1ro',',,"w h y tQn rssxt frsro a vt.l I u soma
of Iha loadlnt- Ifsllerlua In lha riUss and has al. tha
latest liupfownnt h motogMphy. Its resissciiully
IV l?J,;,M"rrtoa f w'k n Ut of oiksr Ural
ebisa Oallsrls. a j smith
A.hubla.AusaifflsV.Hfr1-. : tiM
Tlifwlli bo cxflmlnatUuit uf Ttttchort n
ftllmm ! ,
IfttcrMtn. rhirdiT, Ortniirr Mh.
AndoTur, PntiinliiT, Octohrr I 'ilh.
Connraut, Mntxlny. Ocinhft 14th.
A n1 iiHi rtr, Srituiitny, Orttthnr HHft.
ltrk Oi-Hck, Hntittiiii'y, OcttilMT Vtllh.
Orwi'll. Krldny, NnvrtniMT lfiih.
Then. will h a Tfni hciV liiMtttut nt Orirolr, tnm
nrnrlim Momlnr pvi'tilim, N.iv. idIkt lllh, tDtl cloning
TliurrulHjr cvciiliiaT, Ntivnnhfi Hih.
II. t'. JOHNSON, Clerk of Btturrt.
Onvrli, O., Ht'ph-mln r H. 1H7J. M
IOUND Whul every Farmer hIiuuM
What cverv Mi'chftnfc norri.
W.int i-v.tt litMrtlfiif Honi Bhoutd Uo.
What evi-rv Ihrtfl Wniil.
Wlmt Hrikrri hoi rid not bo without.
What evt'rv Knmily ran nnd
Vi'hal evt'py Cook will hnvr I
Apple S!icerand Corer.
Apple fearers sre plenty enourh. bid ths want of an
I nr.i i iimt-ni for MIIi-Iiik and I'orlHK has Ioiik bucu
full, but iiniil now, cur siippllrd, as u now Is by
IVOItTOS'a SLK KIIAWD (OIIICH.
This Marhlns was pntentpd Jannnrr, and Is
capnliluor Nliclnirniid rorlnit from ao lo 40 bui-lnls
per day. and every lin-li. l or ibis fruit Is worth inure a
pound Ilia n when prepared hy any oilier process.
The subscriber lutviinr ohoiiir4 the pxclnslvo rlirbl
to their n'siiiifiulureand sale Tor the Ci.unilcs of Ash
tabula and l.sku. will (lirnlr.li the machines to order.
Oiij- ersia with llil nnrlilnc ran do Ilie
work ol Favu In I lie coinmoa way of c rlnir aud
slielnif apiiles. aud much better lor drvl a. as l lis con
cave r l.ces cannot meet loftolier and rot or turn blin k
iu drying, and are all hirite. the laivot cmniuir on next
lo the cure, linn- bringing an extra j,ree Iu market, ai.d
Tor which the nmltrl:.'iicd will piy a peoi y a pound ex
Ira. over quurturud applus.
. W-tlm , R. n. WFCM.o. Ashtabula.
Ashlabala. Sept. tt. 1S7-1. S. TINKKlt. Kiliif-rille.
30,000 Pnundsof Apjilus pn pared by UUs Machlna
wanted by W. H. U KI.I.S.
CHANGE OF P I U M .
Strcctcr, Gitldings & Co.,
( Sn?cesor to Seymour, Glddlnua Co.,)
VUE now prciprid willi greatly in
cruasud facilities for all kinds ol
Jobbing, and Building,
And will make tills brunch of our business a specialty.
We arc also mamiractiirlnj- all kinds of
In oar lli.c, at a (IOOI1 PROFIT, both to ourselves and
imr V'litomtm. S'lKKKI til, UILDl.Jd Jc l'o.
Ashtabula. Aiunr-t SI. lsi. 1is
j KllAUSS ItT'tPS
Great Furnishing House,
120, 123 & 121 Ontario Street,
linportura and Dealers in
Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings,
Window Similes, Cornice, Lacu and Dania'sli
Also, Miinnfacliircrs and Dealers In oil kinds of
Ijooliin c Glosses.
The only esliiblUlimeiit west of New York where a
coinpli-te i.mlli eau be (.titslucd iu tiirulslilug a ttrt
elils leriileuce, from the altie to I'ellur.
l"All jjoods si Id at luipoiters' and Manufacturers'
Ci LEVEL A XI) WINDOW CiLASS CO.,
30 and 32 Champlain Street,
English nnd Fic-ncli 1'lalc Glass,
English nnd French Window Jlass,
English and French 1'iclurc Glass,
American Window Glass,
Heavy Skylight Glass,
Car, Carriage; and Show Case
Special eetinviUi made for Build rs and Architects.
ODD SIZEd CUT TO ORDER.
Wo aru JiimI rccelvluj; a larye and well assorted stock,
unexcelled tu quality.
E. W. PALMER, Sec'y.
I .trlli visiting Cleveland will find It lo their Interest
tu cull ami uxuiinue Hie aniiiins In l''l' li.MTl lllv sold
al H llilleiille mill detail, III lne NuW Ft llNlTUIlK Hki-ot,
l'l, IH anil l U oiiillanil Avenue, enr' er Kii"le slreet uiid
1!!'ii?J.?l,,rko!: TIXKKH imijH. :u.
Aud linn liter ami Ot ivler In
FIRE ARMS. FISHING TACKLE, SKATEP,
rocket Cutlery, Ac,
103 Superior St., flcvolaiid, Ohio.
ltcilritwr Nentty Kseculcd. liKWt
EvERyMaT HIS OWNftaCIAN.
The immense demand for IIOI.I.OWAY8 I'tl LSsud
OlNTMKNT, has ti-mntcd unorinciulcd iMii'tiea to
couulerlelt these valllulilu uieillrines.
Ill order lo iroterl llio imbllc and narsclves. we hsvs
Issued a new Trade Mark." conslstiuir or an Knyinlun
rlrcluof a sornciit. wlib thu letter II in thai eei.tre.
Kvery boa of Lenniiie IIai.lhwav's 1'n.t.s aiitlOiNTXi:NT
will have Hits tradu luurkou It : uouu aru ueaulus with
N. V. Calmest. Co, Pole Proprietors,
7ri Maiden lass. New York.
JonD. Park, Clticlnnatl, Ohio, bole netit for the
N'OTICK. To wlmm it may concern.
Win as a tlriu. and ns IncllvlilimU. h:ivu ihlsday
pluced la the haiuls of I. o fishur. J. H. all ati-oaais
Nott s, Jte. due us and ai ties are hmby ntillllttl l list a
iriHiiit seiileiiieut Is i xisM ttul. Vour early attention
lo this call will M-rcaily uliHiru
LUIS. 11. II. iL V. VAX NOHMAN.
II. F. CULArER & CO.
Taka pleasure In annnunrlngr to lb pahlla that they
have leased Hie property lui uiccls ovcuplua
by.l). W. IMryasa
mid r now prtirfd to do ri ktntU of carrUa and
Wnu'tm Hork. Hp.ittl Mltvmluii w Ul W glwu to 1)
klndK tif ri'iiAlrlmr.
THK PAIN Tl. Nil wiUlvo unrlor direction or Mr.
Ilowt'y, who Im im utipuruio In tlita tlruurlu'vitt. Mr.
Culver will Imvn cliarw ot lh Hist ku tluiur. Tu thor
wbo Iihv mhh hU work duriuic tl ml nimmrr. hv
nt'i'tU no rtt'omiumnliatiou. V btutc lv a wtr.vi atlfo
tton to It it u t wen atitl mtit a prompt Vulrtllaiciit f () otii
ttllUllVftMllVUU. iU Hi Wit Mk.il Uur ft llMTU ul tbtt public
1 M'FBKlOR BTRKltT.
IT ILL BOWMAN,
.Successor lo J, A. Paon nsrT.
ITaVTXO n.l.Lwt IT
. , " . ' " i" n ii i nun iinri"CF,
mlw aTVn ' h"bs and rarrlstrs
niiuikets. in the former stu-k, hs run now furnish to
pleasure- parlies and business men just such "turn outa
as may be wanted, "
Call and aea that Ashtabula can sqnal city stables la
LeaTO Orders at tho risk House for
Omnibus iciich run to and
from each Train.
pecla.1 Ratea to Partlea Hunters, Fnnerels Ac.
S. Brainard's !Sons,
903 Superior Street, Cleveland. Ohio,
UeAT.KMS iii Pianos, Ortraim, Mclo-
deons. and Miislrnl Meri-hiindlse of all Dctcrlptions.
present to the public the MOST I'l-I'l'LA l(, end (with
one exception) the I.AUliKMT Ciinloyuo of Muskal
1'ublicatloi' ' any house In America
1 h-y aro also General
Aeenla for t .0 Vailitifr
Mu.cil Instruments of
tliu World, wlilch are a
luuiig the lo, lowing :
HALLE TT & CVMSTON
MASON A HMUN
1,..,. ...u 1...1TKM STATES OUO AN.
Theahnvii named Instr-unetits will be sold al rtituctil
i;rtw. and oti the most favorable terms of paymenton
Monthly Installments when desired which mode of
payment Is L'euerally accepted as Bella; Hie easiest Tor
tlioo in mislemio clrcum;tunccs. All lasiiumeuts
sold are fullii uumwtmt.
Jtr. .T. K. S111I1I1. organist of Preshyterlitn Chnreh. has
one of lliese lupins in his l'liotoL-rupli Uallery, wliieh
he Hilly riiinnniiuds. 1111,1 which can bu seen aud heard
bv those Istiiiij, to parehiM'.
I h .ve always u vund selection on hnnd which will bo
set tip iii any (ni l or tne counts 011 upplicatiou, and a
luir chance bu j;lven to try before biivliur.
IMuiios. oikhiis and Melodeons fi.r'n, nt.
Iliinfiiias in Second bund laMruiiiems.
l'liiiios Tuned. Cleaned, and Kepuirud, also taken
down, set up. or bcd lor shipment.
GKO. II. FASSETT, Special Arrent,
1181 Aslittibuln, tdilo.
I li ON AVOIUiS.
II albert JD ralye,
FoUNDKIJS, MACHINISTS, AND
Mjuui'ai Hirers, No. tl Jackson St., Paiuusvillc, O.
A. P. Tcacltout, ItlllHvrljtlit & Drallamau.
Slaiiufuclurcrs of Stationary and Portable
Circular nnd Cprlulit Saw HI Ilia,
Multy Sato Sli.hn, S!utfting, l,Utjt, Ctaring, dV., tfe
GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING OF
TUUIilNE WATEll -WHEEL.
TRIUMPH CORN SIIELLER.
RIDER'S PATENT ROAD STEAMER,
For Steam Threshing, Steam Plowlnj;, Wood
Double Seaming aud DeflectlMir niachlue.
CASTINGS OF KVKHY KIND IN IIION AND llltASS
UAlls: 'I'll IllI,L-Il
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Plans. Drawings and Ksliinales of any kind of mill
work ; also, iiirinsli, put up ami pat In opciaiiou all the
Mac lllierv reiiliUtle I'.tr t. rii M.t V1.11 ... -i .
- . " 1 ,,, any til s-
criptloii.aud gauraulue our work in every particular.
Hy nieuns of special machinery and other advantages
we aru cuii'ilud to do
pinaT ozjass woriK
AT TUB LOWEST PRICES.
Paluosvllle, P., April id. ixt-t. um)y
uaura Your Dwelllaga aud Parni Prop
erly In the
Watertown Fire Insur. Co.,
OF WATEIITOWN, N. Y.
Capital ami Surjrtus over 323,000
RATES 10 to 20 per cont. lower tlian
charirei' by companies dohiL'a eeneml hnslncss and In
sures iioihlin: more hsaardou than dwellings aad their
contents. No huotness property iken. Insures anlnri
all loss or damage bv rli or il.-litnli'u. and do eoinpsn
can he on a saler basis, and but lew lours properou
than the YValertown. It is not sahjert to sweeplnir Una
or heavy hisses. It did not loose a dollar lu the Chicago
Fire r In those of Mlehtuan or Wisconsin. Has saved
the owners 01 divelllui;s and lann properly over iluo
imiIii New York State la the last roar years, bv iisrea
souable ralua. Yo van save monev bv celling oa
LUO A It HALL. Aat-nt.
oTKWAIirs LAIKiK OVKN, AIR-TIOHT
SUMMEIl & WINTER COOK-STOVE
yt iS-li I s-
rA KUAN TED TO BE THE BEST
Cooking Biota In tha world, requiring leas
sni i nil
ONK-HALP Till ITTEL OF TUX COMMON COOK
bTOVISS. For sal. by OIO. C. HUBBABI).
Askuhula, June, 1830 iwi
TheLanra ialea of Northern Paelile IJWOold tumU
how their popularity wl'ta Inveslora, aud wa rscoia
mend them lo the public because at their
both as a flrat class Railroad Security and Ileal Mate
Mortgaxo on Lands worth Iwloe the aroouul at tbe
The bond., have thirty years te rim payable. Princi
pal and InUrest, In Hold cienipt fnim l ulled Statei
Tax lo the Holder are a Aral and only mertxeice on the
Road and Its earulnira, and apoe Bftnun.niie ansa el land
mainly agricultural, timbered aud mineral.
Thu Bomla are Issued In the del omlnatlona of fUt la
$10,000 Coupon and Registered, end ere told it par end
Interest In Currency,
The ssml-anaul Interest en the Registered Boadt,
GOLD CHECK 8,
acnt to Ihe Post Office address of tbe holder.
Alt Marketable Securities received In exchange.
Maps, pamphlets, end full Information will be ru ml se
ed nu application to Rinks and Danker, airenta for tbe
Loan, thrauxhout the United States and Canada.
J. COOKE & CO.,
New York, PlillHilclplila and Washington
J. V. Painter, Banker, Cleveland,
General Aj?cnt for Olilo.
For Sale by BANKS and BANKERS generally.
For &ile Anhtubvltt bg the
FARMERS' .NATIONAL BANK,
ASHTABULA LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Real estate for sale on
avornble terms. All of tho Ileal Folate of the late
TUOS. MITCHELL Is onered rorsalebr
A. F. Ill HHAIU), i
J. L. MITCHELL, f Executor.
Ashtabula. April II), 1H7, oa.tr
Getting somt-ihiiiir, for
iiotl)iii- is the most Amusing
trick ever invented. That
is why ho many fools aro
bit iu trying to do it.
BLEACHED COTTONS, FANCY CASSIMERE"
L0NO AND SQUARE SHAWLS,
OTTOMAN KEYKRSIBLl, POPLIH8.
JAPANESE SILKS, LINENS, LA WNM,
BRUSSELS. SPLY, INGRAIN,
AND HEMP CARPETS.
EDGINGS, EMBHOIDERY, COLLARS, CUFFS
DRESS BUTTONS AND TRIMMINGS,
TICKINGS, DENIMS, CHECKS,
GLOVES, PARASOL3, SUMMER SUITINGS.
Also a full line of Ladies'
LACE, COXGRESS and BUTTON GAITERS
Walking SLoes, Slippers,
Cbildrens and Misses' Guilers, Men' Call
Shoes & Boots, Lndii-g' Goat,
Culf aud Morocco Lace Boots,
Traveling Baskets, Sutchc l. Umbrella, Cotton
Yarn, Batlintr, Table Linen,
NAl'lilNS, TOWELS, &c.
Iu fuct till (,'oods usually found in a first class
store cau be bought very cbeup for cash, ot
it. l. Morrison.
Ashtabula, O.. April 28, 187a M
1 am receiving aud openlug new and desirable coeds,
oukhl with cash. II. L. MOlUUbON,
HAMILTON & BRAY'S
Scamlesa Corsets the beat In town for the money, at
A now (lock Just received at MORRISON'S.
A FULL LINE OF
Crockery and Table Cutlery at MORRISON'S.
RECEIVED TniS WEEK AT
TYLER & CARLISLE'S
Twenty Pieces Victoria Lawns, at
25, 30, 35, 40, 50 and 00 cents per yartl
OTTOMAN S1I AWLS,
We are offering Great Bargains in
Marsailles Spreads !
Black Alnaoas at last Fall Prices.
Great deduction in Price qf
'TILER & CARLISLE'S,
Ashtabula, Jane IS, ira. 1TO
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