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"VOLUM XXIIl-NO. 115.
Iniloporulcint ill nil things.
AsilTAlVULA, OlltO, SAT UJIDAY, 0CT01EI1 20, 1872.
S3 in .Advance.
WHOLE NUMBER 1100
TKIl.H Ol' ftUIWItllirTIOM I
.Two Dollars pur annum pnlil strictly In advance.
Clorxymon will bu atiiiHtiil Willi tho pnpur Tor f 1 .
TirnWo linos nr toss (f Nonpareil inaku a iiinrtt.
f)na .aii'iro I wonk. 75
Twosiunres H mus f 5 011
Twiwiiimri'i II mos. s (1(1
Twnsiimri'S 1 yvnr, H (Ill
Kan r itisres 1 yeiir 1.1 im
Half column I year, H" (Ml
Onusiinsriril wks., 1 Til)
f)nn sijunri! a mos, . 3 011
Onnsiinaro M inns., fi on
Oiifsiinsrc t viwr,. H (HI
II nlmisslNrils nut ovur (Ivull in- -dit year a (Ml
Oiltimrv Voiliv. not nf iriwral liitrri'.t -tial'mle.
Local Notices Tun Cents a line for each liistiitlon.
of evory description ntlemti'il to nnVnll, and done In t '
most tHstcful manner.
' LI VEI I V ST A 15 r esT
Wll, I,. HO X) l!V, proprietor of l.lvirv s'tiililn
Niiiv Hows, I'.irii lai-s. Ho'x's Ac. llnr-in l:epl lijf
t!ie day or we.-k. Oinnlhn to ami from nl. tinin.
KtiiMo opposite Kisk Hultsti, Aslitiililihl. O. llllS
lll-MST !, I ItK Ul Ul. D rr.(1r-n''n on
Church. Strcnf. North nf tin; Snutli liirk. onWIii
H.nith'a Nmv U!'ck. nim.tn tin? Kik llmic, llriti
DU, I?, I. KIV13, Phynlcliin aiifl Hnrircon. office
ovi;r ll'-'n-lrv & Iviu r't tororunidi'iiec near tSt.ri t'TV
Church. AnhtaWuln.. O HH'l
O. 11. HIOSS, !H. D., llnmnwithto plivlnut niifl
Hnrifcon. Swi'cwMnr to !. VAN NOItMAN. Ouicu
Minn in fnnm-rlv. No. t Main Htr.'ct, A-hiulnilii. Ohio,
Office hniirn from 7 to tt A. M 1 to 8 1 M., mid even
liitr. May bo found nt thu olMcc ot ntiht. 1187
DIC. HAtlK, would Inform hu friend, and the
pub'tc iron iraily that tin may he found at his renideueiT
oi: Park Hirect, rwh to iiitt-nd 1o nil nrofi'tanionul
culN. Ofltcc hours, fro:n l'i to a P. M. Anhtalmla ().
May 31. iStiH 1043
ATTOKXKVS AND AOKXTS.
OltVIIiMS A 11 1 t'K W KJjIi, Notary VnhV.c
Airi'M tor tlio kjiIo and purc't'iHi nf If- nl K-tato. .'mii
v!V incfr and Culluctor. Ol!kx at residi'iic. K lnrt.
vi lit-, Ohio. 1IS1I
MlIKItnN, II AIiIM A: Mil 5 M A , Atton;
)iuv nti(H'oiiiiri'lorH nr lja .', Ashtabula, Oliio, '
liractlcn hi tlio C'o'irt uf Arthtabuln. Laknnd Cciiuija.
Labam S. SiiEiiMAy, TiiKouon II m i..
J. H. Biikiiman. io ia
XSDWAICI1 II. 1'ITfH, Attorn. v uud ronnscllor
at f.aw, Ntary Puhlio, Ahiabula. Ohio, Spi-cinl at
tuntlon !ivon to thoSnl.tlumiMit of Ktati'H.atid to Con
voyancinir anil (Jollrtlij'jf, AN o to all matUnMirNini
under the Hunknipf ,aw, UUA
I. O. FISIIFU, JiiHilci! of th Pcarofliul Al-iu f.ir
the Elartford, Sun, & Franklin Fire rniurRire Compi
1iIhi. OlMcu In th store of Crosby .t Wollnrrwax, on
Main Street, Onnotfltu the Fifk House. AHhtalmla.
II EN II Y PASSKTT, Aifonillomo lumiranep Com
pany, of Now York (Capital. $'2,00(i.01Hh. and of Charti-r
Oak Life liminince Company, of Hartford, Ct. AIho,
Bttend to writing of Deed. Willi, die. HH8
Jf ll fOOKf Attorney and Couni'llor at Law and
Notary Public, nUo Heal l-Matc Au'i-nt, Main street.
Over Morrison & TUknorV store. Afbta! uln, O. U4(
CMAKLKS 1TII, Attirney and
Law, Ashtabula, Olno.
FINK MIHIS:. Aslitalxiia.Olilo. A. Field. Proiirl
o or. An Onuilbiiii running to and Prnin every train oT
cr. Also, a y:od litery-wtame kept in eoniuK'tion
Willi tlila llone, to convey puiieiievs to any
ASIITAIH I.A ll(U'SH-K. C. Waiivimiton
l'rop Main St. A'iit.ibnla, Ohio. I.aru'e I'nlilie Hall.
Kood Livery, and Omnibus to and from thudepot. 1(111
CABIN KT WAHK.
JOHN U17CKO, Manufacturer r, and Dealer In
Furniture of the htst deseripiion.. and every variety.
Also lienors) Undertaker, iiud Manufacturer of (.'oflins
to order. Main street. North ol South Public Siiiiiie.
J. tt. BHAC1I, M innlacturer and Dca'cr in Flrt
Class Furnitrue. Also, treiieral I'lideitaker. ll:i:l
V. K. II A.I., Denlist. Asbtnhnla. O. Oftleo
(;eutcr street, between Main and Park. Klin
SHfT visits Conneaiit, Wednesday and Tlm fday of
W. NKI.NO'V. Dentist. AsliMbula. O
oaon week. lieu
W. T. WIIiliafK, I. ITt. S. Ktnirsville. o.is pre
pared to attend to nil op'i-at'on In Ills urol'ession.
lie makes a speciality of "Ural Surgery" and savina
tne naturaJ teem. llii'l
SKVaitlCK, STHfJ A- SlK""tlt Y. "Mnnuftie
tnrers fHtoves, Plows and ('niuniif. Window l 'a'is and
Kills. Mill Casllng. Hetties, Sinks, Heifc'll Slines. c.
1'hiHliix Foundrv, Aslitabiilil, Oliio. llllll
WOT. S. J KStri Malleable and ftrev Iron Found
wr. and nunufaeturer of Trunk H'TdiMiri. 7S. 71. 7d
slid 81 Central Avcuno, (Formerly Nesbit Street.)
isewark. N. .1. 1 p.'
Fit KM. V. UlAKIMJ i:, Plioto'ritirhcriin
dealer in Piclurcn. i:nL')iiviu-. 'bronn'F, Ac. having
A lartjo supply of Moulding ol various dcscriplioiis. is
prepared to frame tiny tinner in the picture line at
nhort notice and In the best ft vie. Second Ibmr nf'tho
Hall store, and door Mouth of Jtank Muitn btrcet. lt-i' l
UDIiAR II A 1. 1., Fire and Life Insiuanre and Ileal
jlisrato Aizenr. Also, woinry t-uniie anu i onveyiineer
Ottlce over Sherman and Hull's Law Olllcu, Asltliibii
J, oiiiu. inn
CillAND IIIVKTt INSTITI'TH. nt AiisllnlnirL'.
Ashtabula Co.. Ohio. J. I uckcrneiii. A. M.. rituei
p-il. Ktirlni; Term begins Tuesday Match Olth. Send
for Catalogue. ll l::if
J. E. V AT II OI1S, rainier, Glazier, and Paper
Jiuutfcr. All work uuuu wun neatness aim ucspatcn
1 1 IS! I
T11R ASIIT I III L l LOAN ASXOrl TIO
CAPITAL Km.mio Olllee Jlttiu Street, next Uoor
ioutuof Flsk Housedoes
ClKNKKAl. ItANKINO TttrsiNPSH.
llnvs and sells Foreign and Kastern Kxebane, Gold
Silver, and all kinds of 1'. S. Securities.
Collodion? promptlv attended to and remitted for on
day ol payment, at current rales ut uxtliungo.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
P. Rllllman, Goo. C". Hubbard, Lorenzo Tyler,
J. B. Sheiiard. J. w. Ha'kell, 11. L. Morrison
S. 11. Farriiiu'lon. r it
F. 81LLIMAN, Prttt. A. A. SOVTIIWICK, Ctuhh r.
(ItOSH V & AV U til Kit W A X, de llers I u Stoves,
Tin-Waru, liotltivy-Wa, Shell llanlvvare, iilrtss-
Ware, L-imps and Lauili-Trimiilinir, Petroleum, Ac
apposite the Fisk House, Atitiihula. Wl
Also, a full stock of I'uiuts. oils, A arnisii
Brushes, &c. 1111
OROHGK V. IIVHIIAIID, Dealer in Hardware,
Irou. Steel and Nails, Stoves, Tin Plate. SI. e it Iron,
Cn.pn.er and Ktnu, and maniiriietiirer of Tin Sheet
Iron aud Copper Ware, Firk's lllock, Ashtah ila,
UKO. W. UII KIV.IIV, Jeweler. Itepahinj
all kinds of Wai bees, Cloeds and Jewelry. Moiulu
Asntanuia iiouse iiiock, Asiumuiia. imiio.
JABiKH K. 8TKUIIINS Dealer lu Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and I'luled Ware, Ac. lie.
iJMiriiuso all kinds dono well, and all orders prompt
ly attended to. Main Street, Ashtabula. O. Iikia
J. ft. ABHOTT. Dealer In Clocks. Watches. Jewe
ry, a to, Kujrravint;, Mendpii; and lleualrinj; doiio to
order. Shou on Main, street, Coiinuiul, Ohio. teis
W. II. WILLI IJ1SUN, Saddler aud Harness
Maker, opissiie Fisk lliock, Muiu .treet, AshiubiOi,
Ohio, has ou baud, ami uiukes to order, lu lite I
manner, uverytlniii; In his line. lO'l)
9. C. FOH Is, Manulaciurer and lieulcr in Saddles,
IIuumss. Bridles, Collurs. Trunks. NS'uiiis, &c.. oppo
site Flsk House. Aslitabula, Ohio. llii'l
"ty AN UFACi'L'ltEUS.
THKIiT'KU, OlDIM Vti! & CO., Jobbers and
' llullders, also nutuiifaclurers of Doors, Sash, H'lmis,
.iaiUr, riuorlDir, aim nuuucra Aiaiermn. Keneinny.
' Bspoclal attoutiou fiveu tv Olazed Windows, Hcroll
UWIUU, MOUMUIIirs OX.
"it f STHKn'KH ' A. C. MDDING8.
' J. A.KNAI'P 1IR8
U. C. CHLLIiV, Mauufucturer of Lath. ShKne
'VouldluKs, Cheese Boxes, &c. I'lunlnc, slati hluu
and bcrowl hawtuif douo cm the shorn sfc notice,
Sbon on Main street. OiieosUe. tUt I w:er Fiul.. Ash
t. ZKH.lt A: II1IO,, Manufacturers and Il.-alers
Ul ail Kiuus ui i.uaiuer tu oemuu in mis luuiaui,
Uluhust cash price paid for Hides and Skins.
FlltKctt lUWI' lHLKt M nef.e urers a Deale
in all kinds of Leuihur In deinaud in Ibis market op-
Isjspji i'uuiulx luuuuery, A.uutuuut.
yi 111 IN M; II ICItll V, Iiitt'::it nnl An
iiijy. iniil win nil ili'.ili-r In llniifH, Mi illi ini's, W
I Lianas l'r iiK-dii iil pntpoi"'.
nils, Miiliii! sirei'l. riimiT i'f :!
Fati' y and Toilet
CIAKI.ICM 1C. NVIFT, Aiht ibuln. Ohio, licaler
in lruu and Medicines, Orocerli'S, pet lurni-ry and
ran' v Article", up'Tlor Tea, Cotlce, hpices, Hii-
rinu' FxtnictR. Patent Medicine- ,f every desciip-
thm. Paints, liyes, Vai,nt-vh',s, Hi u-!h", Fancy roap-,
1) ilr Ke-toriitlves. lialr Oils, Ac., all f.f wlii' h will
be sold at the lowest prices. Prescription pre( ated
with siihnble care. Pen,
Mo It 4; l U Ifsl, Vria, ( ii. r In Orv-tio-Ml-,
iil'ieeries. Hats, ( Hits, Hmils, Mioes, Ciockury, til-iss.
Ware. Also, wiiuli snle and retail dealer in Hard
ware. Saddlery, NU. Inmitcitl, Drink's, Medicines,
J'atuts, Oil-, .(ye-tulli. Ac. Main st. Aolilabuta. Hr.n.
i;OI;: II AI.IM Dealer In I'itinu r.Hl.-, ai d
Mido full.-', I'inini rtiutiH, t.'ovtriK, ln.-lnn ii(in Hunk-,
tic. Ih-u -t '4-1 I'ub.lr Niiu:v. i limlHiitl, Olno. 10;.
l,i;U i H I.IXf.l-:. n.-alrrr. in Fancy and
M.tjHi-iMy Omul. Ftiinily liriKi'i u rt, Hiirl t iiM kcry,
MMiin Mon, i. laruiifinn iimick, Miianuia, uino. im..
II, ;i l,Ki: . r.itT in Dry (iouds, OmciM-H',
t'roi-kciy nun itnri me, lu-xl iluor norili uf Vlk
Hoii.-h', .Main Mr -t. Ah : ubuht, Ohio. l"):t.
iTl. FAtMiM.K A SO, 1 ...: i h iii (:n.
'Mi'. riou-li;lic. I lull r. FvfiL l-ttri-ii jiimI limiM'fi
tic Imiiiic. Sail, i irh, 1'la-tt r, atr-l.nuu, hutdrt,
lVC, .n.iin ftii'cl, A.xlitiibula, Ohio.
V. ltB;iBJi;r lv-aU-r hi Flour. Po k. llanm.
Lara, un i all kiml of i'lflx. AlfO, nil kind nl Fami
ly ..i i tn .-t riuas una Coiik'cuuiicrj, Al ami lo-
1'. HOltl.KTSON At SO. DL-tiltTri in cvitrv
ilcacrlniuit oi liuoli, htiu!. ll.iln and Oap-i. Alu,
ou baud u ."tuck nl choicu Family Omciiici, JVlain
W II AKSi lilj l C'oriRT SininL'aiid Main attt..
Arliiahulu, Ullio, iJuucCa ill lli-Uuuti, iilucul'Ui,
ci(R'k-i. tVt.-., Ac. loiti.
. 11. LCOa SI, ulmlcNik' and Jtofail lKixh-r in
-n'iii it-:-.M' iuni-i and t iMictt 1-iuii.
Flour iiini lirofLiii'f. Onit is ici.i'Cii.itly ro.ic:i' (l,
and lilicil ai tnu nil '.uii cum. Amii.ukiUi, K. IC.i,).
EI. Ii. .liOISU t -.ON, iHulvr in Dry-Oooilc. Om-
ct'rii's, it.)if i.inl hno -ft Hum, t ap., Iliiiiwau
t loikci v, Undt.-i, Pa in i r, oiU vc , AbiiiabuiUt O. ud.
IIH',1 It.) ii. Vi ICIt ii DeaK'is in t'l.ilhniL-. Hms
t'aps. MllKiellls, Kui iiuliiu tiotius, Aslaubiila, O. Ni4
A 1 '1 Ii A' Si I I. I.. W I,
denile nnd Itelal
, runilsliiu ( de
i)alei in lteady .Mmle i lidbil.;
liais. Caps, .Vi.. A-ntabiita
JOU SALE liKAL ESTATE 1
The following described Vil ne and Farm Property for
33 Cl CS 3L Hall,
Main Street, Ashtabula, O.
TTOl'SE AND LOT mi IVos-i.ct St
JLJL located lht place north or (ico. NeiuctonV
sidence. Jjit tiO 1'iet front by ad rod deep: Huiifc.
in perfect lenair -i.'io 1 burn, well of sl'i water, dry
ll.ir. and cvervtlui.'' ubuiit the in;;ce in ' mil order.
Price t i y low ft leim-ol ::icn . ceeilii In i'o.aule.
Uol'SK AND LOT on comer Fl: k ami Kim Sircl.
Larrju lot, well iVtiilcd; l iVD-Muiy hini.-e auo win all
in fit m d repair, tiuod will of waicr. Pru-u low, anil
i nis ol payinciti made lo accututnodiile purcliupei.
70 FAUM lu Plvimr.Uh. '2 mile-ftom Ashtabula.
" acres woodland, tn fiere vino ard. acres tjrciiard.iwt
of wiiich is lio-l .alt -d lrn . i . lluiidin-f roii, lar-'t
cistern. Farm well watered h living li i nr-. Price low.
HOl'SK A LOT ill liast A-lnabiila, l'y mllcH from
Vet Side. Lot one acre ; iUii-dtii L'ood, my cellar
fSO barrel cistern, all varieties ot Imii mi p.ace. As
I'i-i.aiilc a place lor Hie pneo u- tau be fm.i.d lu the
cuiinty. l erius -0011.
70 ACKK FARM on Plank road in Plymouth tow nship.
10 acres tiiubei : tine vouiiup orchard. Hinld:iiLr L-otid.
two barns in medium repair, lanu welt watt. red, foil
black muck and Wain. Puce f i.'XKl oiie-intll down and
balance on loin: time il uY.-m 0.
f8 ACHL FA li M in lkiiu"viile.i!ciirtlie villiu't. One
acre linibci'. 1 itt cla-?s builditiL's, nil kinds of fruit.
liTliiL water in abuudanu- , and cvur,)tn;ri; itesivuhlelo
make a pleasant Home, nice low.
27ii ACltli of Timber Land in likhmomt township, on
the iiiicol the tlainc-tow-ii U.K. hi acres cleared ; with
in of mile nl liepoi ; twoMeam nw mills oiiediall
mile of the land. All kinds ot timber ivprefcnted
tieaui:lul rolling Itnui, aim ncn soli well wuleieu. i'llce
exceedingly low, and teim- lavorable.
tt:i ACKK FA KM in Suylirook, 0:1 the Turnpike road
on the line of the A. Y. A P. Uailroad. Fair htiiidlio
lare orchard, ail. 1 yatleiy of other fill it. 1. mile Irom
eood school, ran dairy tarm. and near to Lite bei-i
lieese laclory in 1:10 cotiniy. 1 rice reu-fonubiu ami
OLD BliKWKItY nulMiuir and Luton Hank St. W
acre lot', bniMin ilttetl up as a brewery, with double
cellars, Ac, Ala be Urea lu: u;ot any purpose, i'lice
IIOL'SIJ & LOT 011 the north sarie of 7-ake street.
known us the LlmiM place. Halt acre lot, coyen d with
all varieties ot hint. i,aive rooiny Koine in oerlcct re
dr; iood barn. wdl. cellar ami cistern. J his place
ia" every con vi olence 10 inuKe it a very tiesirunie reii
Uence. J rice iuw and lei ins lavoraljle 10 Mirchaser.
Hol'SK A. LOT at Ashtabula liaibor. on tbo west
side, km. wn as the Cant. Hubert Pmce. La life lot, ex
iruiiiui; 10 oeiteii i uiu luiu. hiiii tin niinit wi hum
House in oerlcct repair, and iilted un with every ion
veniei'ce dry water lime cellar, unod well and cistern.
One of uuisi desirable liltlu plucce at the haiuor, l iice
W) ACltli FA KM III Hartsjzrove, uiileiJ from Kail
road Tow n, yil acres timber, all Idaek and w hile Ash
and soil Maple. HttihliiiL's ood. lit joini apple trci
in bearing cohditiou; ud ottici YiirittL-tf ol l.nit in
iibiindiiuce. line living sprn' ou .ani. Pi ice 5.1.100.
1 lie nest barium 111 tarm p.opei ty mat 1 nave tiMiiier
HOTKL STAND am! Furniture, known as the Nation
ul Hotel, located nt Ashtabula Depot. Very lar-'c.
roomy building', in (he best ol repair. 40 xU) foot bin 11.
Two rooms on tlrM llotir occupied u stores. A pa vim,'
cu-tum alrttdy csiablis bed. owm-r lioirc to s Il on
account of ill heiillh. Pi ice veiy low. A small pay
ment (tow n, ami ine uuiauce oti easy lime, itiis la Hie
most desirable property 01 the kluu in the county.
251) ACUF.S of Farm land in Shellield suitable for
divitliiii' into two fjirms, with tiinldin's ou each, r im
dairy lurui-plenty ol timber and living water. Will
sell the w hole or a part, as flemieu. 1'rice f 'SAt per acre
on pion lerius ui pa.meiii.
8 ACiEK FAUM ou Ike shore, went of Harbor, Fair
house and barn, j-ood ft nit snuu, little place. Puce
if MM, ou id Icnao o, pKymeut.
1X1 Ai'lI,' WAlfM A mil., nasi nf 1 iwl I i.l.u r. VI lla.r..
The very best ol hiuldiiit!, one barn 4oxk), in perfect
repair. Dry water lime cdlar, irood well ot water, hirirc
ci-itei ii, yottnu orchard. acres oi timber. This is one
ot ine nest tanns in ine counivnes near licnot 01 a,
Y. A P. Lull road. Price excei-ditedy law. Anout one-
third down. buUince ou teu jean- time fi debited.
VACANT LOT on north side of Ct uUe Stteet.east of
Kailroad Crofslns. A very desirable lot lor biiiiiesi
purposes. Price jStjU, on ood lermr.
lilt'K UOl'Sli and one acre Lot ou rrosnect street
House built in modern civic viih all eon venieucc. Dry
cellar, welt soft water. i:ootl barn. All kinds ot Halt ou
tho lot. Very desirably located; House finished
thiouubout. Price and ten ns fuvoiable to purchaser.
IHM'SK LOT on Lake strcet-'; acre lot. Hon
In perfect repair, (iood dry cellar; yood well, cistern
ami naruaii varieties: ot ituiton place. House dm
olf in the bet style, i'rice low and navmeuiH easy.
&)ACltMof i imber land in I'hmouih. on hue of
Jamestown if. . it. u acres i h-arcii ami sinnil housid
thereon. Will cut 50 cords ol goou vvuuif to thu acre
IIOt'KK & LOT on Division Street. House built in
modern style aud in perfect n p .r. (iood barn, well
suit water, plenty ui irtitt. A Ueoitablo litileplucu. an
or saie very cucap.
HOUSK A LOT on 1 ton ml Head road. One-half acre
lot a kinds of fruit. House in t.ci feci reuair. with
ciuivunlences. Good ham cistern ami well, and ice
house, v of sale verv cheap, aud lime L'iven il desired
140 Ai HE FA KM Vi Ausiiubutir. east of tliu Yf!lu'c
Good buildintrs, all kinds of fruit, la rue surar bush, liv
tm; water, one or the nest dairy fuiuis in the county.
Price veiy low, nnd payments tu sti.il the luiyer.
HOI SK & LOT ou east side tJ' Chestnut s treet rn )
half acre lot. New house, in uod repair, yood well of
water, rowing Irutt ou place. Lot in such shape that
a pai t can bu uold oil lu ood a Jvunta'e. l'i ice exceed
7 ACKM of Land ou South Kldn. liitle over a mile
from the Village. Uood buiidh s, all kind of fruit,
liviujx water. A very tteslraulu lalle place, aud lot is.ilu
17U ACRK FA KM lu Austluburh, jut east of the
YlllaL'e. Oood htiildiu;; in f.dr repair, plenty of fruit,
lare piece of timber. A first cUsb dairy hum aud near
a cheese factory. Price very luw and tenuaot i ytnent
JIOUSK & BAKN and tt flcres uf land on Hunker Hill,
about. IV miles from the Village. All kinds of fitiit,
tfood llviuif water sumlv oil. One of the most deslta
hle little place- iu thu low nship. Price fVJVO, on i;oud
terms ul payuwiii.
HuFsiC Jc LOT at Ashtabula Harbor, on west side,
know ii aa Capt. ituhert hmwu plaCe. Lartro lot, run
niiii? to beach or tb Lake. All vai ietieB of iruit.
Hotueln thu uioat iwilect repair, fitted uy. uUhcvety
convenience; large eisimn, ury water lime cellar, tfood
well.-MMl hatua,ud evwi jiUiuy iu tbe bet ahaou mid
condition. For sale cheap.
VACANT LOT mi Fisk itreet. jtf acre without
streets. Well fenced tud lu uood thapu to bui'.U on.
Very dvslrahbj lut
IPO ACltlC FAKM V Aukkibuxp, cttt of vUtairo.
Lanre hew honse, piod barns, yuuiitf orvhard In boar ill
condltioii. Farm well watered, fine ytinut; uar hush.
A fliet claa dairy farm, hot naJv cuwap, and wu good
terms of payment.
A lare iiuiubcK of vacant Lot located lu every part
of the villau at very low prices, aud ou tUne o suit
customer. Alsu Uuusca aud lots not spcuiUd ubove
for want of space. All persona desiring lu purchase
propc ly lu Ashtabula, w ill do well to tail aud examine
that which I have fir Kile, before binding themselve
to oilier narties. Ollb over shei man t liull'a Law
Olllco. Alain btigut. Aahtuuulu. Oldo.
N. II. Par;le havhii' Keal Ustatt willed liny desire
told, will ulwaya Hud ine ready to do their busiuco
promptly, aud for reat-unable couiuilttvluiia.
Atfhlubultt, Ohio, Sept. 13, IbVi. 11H4 t
Abstract of Time Table Adopted July 15. 1872.
TKWnnd improvpi. Drawii't; Uootn
1 1 and Sleeplnir Ci.bi lies, combining all modern im
irovetneni', are running' ii nniiiti on un inuus iinn
liiill'alo. Nla-'Jira Fall. Ch velrind and Iim iutiuU to
New Voik. makluff direct connection with all I i it of
Forclifii and ('itastwise. Hleamers. and also with Ho-ind
Hteaincis and Jtailway lines for llotion d New i.ui;
.No. If.' No. 4. I No. H.
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Arruiicmriitw of Hraivliiu-Koum nnd
No. 2. Sleepinir Coaches (rotn Cleveland toDoimlls-
vilie. aud Drawim;-foom l'mcues from Sii-pcn-sioii
Hridxe, Niitora Faili und Hull'alo to Nuw
No. 12. -Sleeping Coaches from Cinnlnnntt, Suspension
Uridi'i', Ni.iLrm:i Fabs.HatruliMiiid Hornelbvf do to
New York; also from Ilorm Itsville lo Albany
No, L Sleeping Coaches from Supcndoti Ih hle, Ni
agara rails ami ifnluio to ew link.
No. 8. Sleeping (aehei from Cleveland. SuspenHbm
Uride, Niagara Falls and lliidalo to Sii-tiuehauua
and Draw ing Uouin Coaches irom Snsu,uel.'uuna
to New York.
Ask for tickets Via Erie ll'iilway.
For Sale at nil ii inciplu Ticket Ofllcca.
Jno. N. Auhott, Gen. Pm. Afrnt.
T. 1SG0 X. '
HIS wondprfttl vorrpfaMo rostorativo
is tlie sheet-anchor of the fecnle and debllliatec!. Asti
tonic and cordial tor the aed and lunt'uid It has no
euat aunniLr stoaiacntcs. Asa remem lor ti.e tmrvous
weakness to which women are especially subject. It is
superseding every oi her st i mutant, lu all climates,
tropical, temperate or frigid, it acts as a specillc In eve
ry species oi ij iso titer w men iimiermii.es i lie noutiy
ireiiyiu aim oreuKa uuwu tnu annual spirua. lav
For Prcwcrvlna: mil l?oniitll lnsr the Kit-
man hlalr. i irrvviit lit 1'alllutf
Out uad iuruiii; Oiu),
A well-preserved Head of flair. In a pcreon of middle
lire, at once bespeaks refinement, elegance, health and
beauty, it may be truly called Worn. inn Crowning Olo
while men nr not insensible toils advantages and
charms. Few things are more disustin:; than lliln,
frizzly, harsh, untamed Hair, with head aud coat cover
w ith dandruff. Visit a barber and you feel aud look
like a new man. This is what Lyon's Kath rion will
do .11 the Hmo, The charm which lies In wed placed
Hal;-. Olotisy Curls Luxuriant Tresses, and a Clean
lend, is noticable aud irreMslible.
Hold by all Dniista and Country Stures.
Win) wiims us ol' the (Mii)tiii Ktorit),
Anil liiiitit ol I'liiTi-iilH cold uiul warm,
Wliicli limy ullVct thu In; m nil Ibi m V
Who Iclla Iho furiner when to sow,
To I i m 1 1 , (o plant, to reap, lu ni'nv,
Thul iiktily limy hct jjills In slow Y
Wht'ti nu n go on the sen in tOiips,
Wholt llcih uilli pt'iipliclii' lips
Thu time tu slafl upon their lriis?
II' I'vcr litnnnn foresight fails,
And ninlicu til Ih I Ik; cirpi'i's sails,
Who lurla thu chill, uuWL'looniu unit's ?
Willi charily for others' fault,
Why .should wu nmUu unkind nssaiilt,
It sliui'l ol truth suUiL'liinrK should Irilt
If knowledge coin 's with laiiso if years,
Wlij' pparu g notour lliiipaul hiiouis,
Aud for the future liuve uo tenis
Why took our gratulMtres, ns it cnine,
Weaiher and wind of every unmet
Uecuuse then uniiu unknown to tamo
w ire rrouuuiuiieg.
K'en now tho jwoplo of Japan,
Or.uiiielar mid Uludosian,
Musi lay their plans its bcsl they can
I'- ttulit of good Is seen to fl v,
l'l'oin knowing how thu wind shall blow.
Why not Kt all the widu worlil know
E'en yet beyond tho range of tiirlh,
Where m w-lmni sptiil lind their biiih,
Wc hopu e'er Ions tbere'll he no dearth
BtikV sH, "Prny tell ine.if you can.
Why men so bashlul tirut
They lull iu love, nnd dream, aud slgU,
Aud worship us afu;
But wUuu they slrive lo tell tbo tide,
They stutter. Lesitutu uud fail I
We ladies like a man, you know,
One uot Hit aid lo speak
And here I tliouuht a blush appeared
Upou the maiden's cheek.
Then to myself, 1 said,"! set)
'This uittldeu'a heart belongs lo inc."
Then out I spake : "Oh, lady fair,
JWy heart, uiy life Is thine I
And since 1 boldly speak my love,
l'ray will iliou uol be luiuu r"
"No, hirl" Said she, W illi w omlui ui' slaro.
"btrunu bow ruotimiii souui meu. uru I."
BY LUCY LARCOM.
A titnyerls in my tliouhts to-nlht,
I baldly dare lo say :
'lird, put my w lilies nil lo fliibt,
Nor let me have my w ay !''
I dan! not say it, L'ir.l, for fear
My heart I may mistake j
Bo many enithlv Ihiiij! ate dear,
l'eiliaps lor inr li s own sake.
Nor ran I think Hi t! Thou art ijJnl
In lite ih spolh tl of bloom,
binee lor all Joy the worlds have had
Thyself ba.it opt m d room.
And yet the loi-o:i -plan', so fair,
So like the wlinl'-soine ;nn;
To pluck toy II v is I will 'nt dure,
Hal trust His liaul who kn iwi.
And this, inili'i il, is lile's besl thin;
To t ike hweel lliin .'s Irom Thee.
1: Iliou siime ilai k, s -ah d hud should jI brhiif
It HUM hold liht tot' Inc.
In Pinlness I withhclil my prayer,
Hid under treiiihlint; tear ;
In praise it blossoms, unaware,
lkc.uisu the sun is near.
My heart Tlion w ilt not crush or chill,
"Lead into Thine own way!
Thidtuh nil my wishes lireathu Thy will !"
This juayer to-niuht 1 say.
Amid these shades can man be said to licet
What kind of life, what living call yon this?
No life, hut di ath ; a shade that lite d.)lh give,
For perfect life by death obtained is.
Why then do Christian people goe amiss",
Why love they this 1 iff, and why death .litest
W hich sets Ham lieu from ill, and briiueth
Robert Rocke. 1599.
Life's Success and Joy.
Life is no fancy jiicturu. It i.s not ti
litilil ilieain, w liii li il islics ucross the
liimuiiiiilion, nor n fl uting bubble, cist
tiniii tliu ocean of tiinu to tellect for tm
hour W illi brilliant. t luiiduis l lie shuol
iio' ntulieaitis and then vanish foivver :
Iiul u is it t-lcui ii nml ubiditig reality,
which ceases uol willi lime. Sov has
uuy iniiii, w halevei genius, risen lo emin
ence in any iirol'ession, except by un
wearied toil ami iialicnt labor. Do you
wish to live in llie grateful remembrance
of coining geiiciulioiic, you must do
something. You must make yourself
know it by at least onu noble work in
life. You must curve out your earthly
immorality by your own chisel, driven by
the vigorous tiokes ot youi" own aim.
.Many a man has failed to accomplish
anything, because hu has tried lo do
everything. A man dividing his slieiiglh
remains a pigmy, while the same man,
concent rating Ins powers, becomes a
giant. Tin; man w ho can do one tiling
well, inscribes his namu upon the bcioll
of woitliy honor ; while he w ho can do a
thousand things bill ordinarily, is never
heard ot beyond llie circle ol his ow n
It is having the l;fo inspired willi one
mighty thought, the whole nature cry.
ing out, as did the distinguished Oernian
scholar Herder, upon bis dying bed,
''Give mo a great thought that I may
quicken myself with it." it is concent
raiion ofpurpose and effort and will, that
constitutes 1 1 no greatness and w ins the
reputation of genius. Il genius is any
thing, it is knowing how to husband the
powers that God litis given us, nnd to
apply t l,em iu ihe diteciioii which nature
seems to indicate.
lint life is not only n scene of labor,
conflicts and victories, but also ol enjoy
ment. Many are the sources of enjoy
ment, iunocint and blessed, to break
life's monotony, aud rentier it gladsome.
"Lite is but a winter's day, a valu of
teats," is the sad and solemn refrain ot
many, whose lives should be beaiililtl
and joyous ou account of the sunshine
overhcaik, aud of the flowers beuealh the
feet. How many go through life under
the ever blackening clouds, instead of
galhering every where the golden beams,
llow many drink ol file's marshes malari
ous ami deadly, instead of its gurgling
tnuntaiiis, joy-inspiring and life-giving.
We have no sympathy with the old stoic
notion that picly demands an elongated
countenance, and a sad uud solemn brow ;
us il beholding Providence with a frown
ing face aud no golden glow beyond.
God designed that we should be happy ;
anil it is no sin lo give vent to this feel
ing iu merry laughter. It is indicative
of un uuviiialed nature of a heart that
lias something of humanity in it.
An Editor of Two Papers.
An ftiitiquati-d writer in the Memphis
AjijK'itl has dug up out of his memory
the following rich story. The young
lawyer referred to is still flourishing in
Memphis: "There was never greater lo
cal excitement than that which grew out
ol the uavy-jard business. Halt the peo
ple were iu lavor ol accept ing iho prop
erty, and half or more oppose 1 to it, the
latter, thinking that tlio Government
might be induced even yet to make lib
eral appropriations and perfect thu navy-
yard and build ships and steamers here.
There were two newspapers published
here one a morning publication, edited
by a gentleman of no ordinary .ability
named liaukheau, who was tragically and
mysteriously assassinated some six yearn
ago. There was another, an afternoon
paper, called the JVtcs, (I believe that
was its name), edited by a man named
lancey. These editors opposed each
other on tho navy-yard question, mid
their discussion had begotten a good deal
ol excitement, when both went uway lor
tho summer, and each, without llio oth
er's knowledge, employed the sauiu man,
tin young lawyer, to conduct his paper
iu his absence. Tho young limb of the
law naturally enough look to both 6ides
.... . ' .'i i.i
oi ino qucsuon. no niauo tnu contro
versy between thu two papers grow hot
ter and hotter ou each successive day
Crowds gathered each afternoon about
thu Attc omce, and soacboby expected
that the two furious editors would shed
Mood. Tho coming duel in Arkansas
was confidently anticipated, aud thu ferou
ity of the two papers was marvelous,
Popular excitement was intense when
LSuiikhcud tamo hurrying home from
Virginia, -and Yancey Irom Alabama,
each thinking that the other was about
lo murder his own substitute. Such was
the fervor of popular feeling and cxaspc
ration that the stwry was necessarily kept
quiet. If thu mischievous lruud upon
thu public liassion had boeu ixposcd lit
the lime, thu cor umore editor would
Lave, becti hauled to a lamn post."
Why some Always Take Cold.
Ii the supply of air which tin- human
luti need evciy hour to feed ami cleanse I
iln.ni i i,i,t,,ii.. ,,i- i,,,i.i ,.i ;.i.,.,l l.u r... '
ncated use. or bv vai.ois arisiiiT from !
collection of decomposing matleis upon
every side, iu com i-vanN, ui reels aud
alleys, llie lunos ami blood must partake
ol this impurity tmd ofihi-t impoverish
ment. With i.np'ro ami impovi i ishc d
blood no on.: can long mainta'pi his
heallh!ulness. The slight! st ii regularit y
of li'!ii;iiT.i! me, or llm sligu'esl ih via'iou
from t be :u it iji-ih i !y iin l i egal it he.bits,
will give li i; lo detaiig. nu iit. Tin re
af: few' w ho have not t ;perieii- d, w hen
not j ii;e as will as usual, t lie extreme
readiness with which slight quuciiiig
chills tin; produced. To bi.t.nr the
weat her iusl i ad : I he s! at ol 1 1 e sy.s! cm
foi thisevtteme sttsccpt ihihl y, is contra
ry to all the ruh id soirid reasoning.
Iiul iris precisely what is e.i"iiiionly
done. Headaches', roughs, fevers, pain.-,
are nine st iiniicisal y nlti ibuled lo ta
king cold, as it. is lei ui"d. Ill he blood
w ere pure, such tin i If ct could not oc
cur, bat iu an impure state no degiee of
care can prevent it. Noeau;wi!l prevent
the coin-uiiipl ive taking c d I, simply be
cause the blood is in Mich a state licit the
w eight of a h lir, so to speak, niHbv to
derange the ha' mouimis action of the
vital allinilies. Nicli sick ones and their
Iriemls talk mil seem to think I hat if the
liking of colds could only be prevented, :
they might gel well. Ii is a great delu
sion. As well think of one sick with
hydrophobia gelling well by keeping
from Imn i very ilieji of water, as for the
v, iii.s imp'.ive lo recover by pruvintiug
t'le slightest risj ami fail of heat or cold.
Tne cause of each is iu the body, in tin-
blood ; once get rid of this, and a drink
of water or ex pi s ire to a nipping wind,
would only give rise to feelit.gsol health
ful exhilaral ion. Healthy person, or
persons with strong, pine blood, do not
lake colds, simply because they cannot;
they cannot be blown over bv every pull
of wind, but the weakly or impure are at
the nit of current.
Lowe of Health.
Sleep on Your Cares.
Men of business, believe ine, there is
now and then a profitable, venture iu do
ing nothing at ad. Iu the pow er to put
business aside, and abiding now and then
iu a pL't lecl quiet, things souielinies solve
themselves, when we give l belli that ad
vantage, which refuse lo come clear lot
all our trying. We tdl know how, by
simply taking some pcrplt xiiy into llie
deepest silence this side ol death a good
night's sleep we can do beiur fccine
tiines ihau il we sat up and wrought at
our task all nighi. When Matthew Mur
ray, of Leeds, wanted to see his way
through some son- perplexity in his in
ventions, and ali oilier iflbrl was of no
use, he rested day and night from all
noise, and all ilforlsavc the rll'irt, an ac
tive man has to keep himself quiet ;aud
I hen the thing ho wanted would sleal iu
aud look at him, and light on him, ami
stay, as4irds used lo light on llie old
hermits, uo more afraid of lliein than of
thu trees under which they sat. And
mothers, you in ty cato and toil incessant
ly for your laile ones, never resting a
moment iu your devotion, a: nl tl.eii, be
cause, you never do quit, but enter into
your very closet wiiha little frock to
mend. You shall never be finite able to
take thu whole sunlight and sum of your
motherhood into your heart. You will
be so full of care about the bread thai
perishes aslo miss the bread that comci.li
Jo wn from heaven. Ao person in the
world needs so much, now and then, to
bu still, and open her soul only lo the
silence as an earnest, ciicigtlic, whole
hearted mother. This eternal activity is
almost sure to run at la: t in shallows.
Golden Rules of Life.
All the air and exercise in the universe
and the most liberal table, but poorly
su llice to maintain human stamina, if w e
neglect other co-operatives, ramely, obi-
lieiieu to the livvs of abstinence, and
thoso of ordinary graiiliciil on. We r se
with a headache and set about puzzling
ourselves with the cause. We ihcn re
collect that we had si hard dav's big,
or that we feasted ovci-bounti ously, or
that we staid up very late; al all events,
we incline to lind otu the fault, and then
call ourselves fojls for falling into il.
Now, this is an occinrencu I nppeiiing
a! must every day ; uud these uru the
poiiits w hich t un away with tho best
part of our li'e before w e find out which
is for good or evil. Let cny single indi
vidual review his past life; how inslaut
lancously the blush will cover his check
when he thinks of the egregious errors
ho has unknowingly commilled say un
knowingly, because it never occurred lo
him that they were errors until the eiltfts
followed that betrayed thu cause. All
our sickness uud ailments and a brief life
depend upon ourselves. There are thous
ands w ho practice errors day after day,
and whose pervading thought is, thai
everything .w hich is agreeable and pleas
ant cannot be hurtful. The slolblul man
loves his bed; llie lope:' his drink,
because it throw s hnn into an exhilara
tive and cxquisiiivc mood ; the gourmand
makes bis sloinach his god ; and the
sensualist thinks iiis delights imperish
able. So we go of, aud al last we stumble
aud break down. We then begin lo ro
llout, and the liuili stares us in the face,
how much we are lo blame.
DlN.N'klt-TAIilK Tai.Iw "Wo put our
kitchen." said uncle, "in tho darkest and
poorest room ot the bonse; then we en
trust us care to a prsou whose ignor
ance forces her lo put utiwith tho pittance
we pay her; and from her, either by her
own unaided exertions or under the
guidanco of a mistress who is frequently
more incompetent thau she is, wo expect
to obtain food M'epared with skill aud
art, though such preparations is a study
which roouires natural abilities, much
special application, and is afield in which
a higher order of talent, if not genius,
could hud full scope.
A buiocent-uiiuileil lirooklyu girl said to
iientlciuan Uiu other e veiiiinf : "Thu inosuul
lots uru terrihlu. I wish you could seu my
U-iiav ' l Wj- I euulu w uii Uu; tytici seoi,vj
An Old Lady's Advice.
"Now, .Mm, listen to rm-, for I inn
"1'ier than y..u ntc, or I couldn't be your
mother. Never do von marry a young
ouian, John, mil il you havu
lo happen a', the house at least four
limes before breakfast. Yoil should
know how lute she lies in bed in the
morning. Von should take notice il her
complexion is the same in the morning
as iu the evening, or if iho wash-bowl
ami tow t-1 have robbeil her of her even
ing bloom. You hhould take care to fiii
pnse her, so thai von can cec her in her
morning .it, ami observe her occupa
tion when i.ol expecting you. If possi
ble yon should bu w here you can bear the
uioi ning convrful ton between htr and
liio in 'i In r. if she is iil-natured and j
snappish tuber mother, so she will be to
you, di pernl upon it. lint l! you find
her up and maily dressed in thu morn
ing, willi life s nut: countenance, the same
smiles, ncai ly combed hair, tho same
Ita ly and pleasant answer lo her m aiber
which characlei i.'.-d her deportment iu
t he evening, and parlictilui ly it she is
lending a band to get breakfast read)' iu
goo 1 season, she is a good pri.e, John ;
ami tho sooner you secure her ihe. bel
I . 'KANeK IN Uli'iAKD T- X.VTI IMI. i
Ilivioity. few inun know the ditlVrciieo
between the IJiieh nnd the IL.rnbeam, i
tbeCuilew Mid ihe Whimbrel. .Modern j
authors, poets purl icuUrly, wrilu as il
they had lceu brought up iu il dungeon
or a hot house, never breathing the fresh
lir or 1).. -hoi ling plants and birds iu a
state ot nature. "It is a Idol's lite, as
ihey w ill find when they get to the end
of it, if not lj fore." Tho pursuit of
false comforts, tho desire of vain accom
plishments, the sucking of social lollipops,
these are modern vanities. 1 was speak
ing the other day with one of thu best
educated men in England, a party finished
to the linger tips, real in philosophy.
and " iu i'iudar uud poets unrivaled."
He bad never seen an eagle or a red deer;
he coull neither shoot, fish, nor swim;
he was seasick w believer he left dry land;
bo believed tbo "sheets ot a boat to bu
her " sails ;" he knew (as JV'ownii'.g ( x
presses it) "ihe Latin word for Parsley "
but he had never even heaul ot " while"
heather. For this being his university
hud done all it could, and had turned him
out into the world about as ignorant as a
parrot, and as helpless, for till manly in
tents and purposes, as a new-born baby.
What a Dog Knows.
Wo know of no more singular ease of
canine sagacity, says the llai llord Tinier,
than one which was related to us a day
or two since. Tho gentleman w ho ow n
ed the dog lived, at the time the occur
ence happened, in Southinglou. It was
a good while ago. His dog, a fox-hound,
was bitten in the nose by a rod adder.
This is a snake whose venomous quality
is only inferior to that of the rattlesnake.
Il will always kill a man.
The dog, though bitten, continued to
assail the snake, and succeeded iu killing
him. To the surprise of his ow ner, who
had witnessed the combat, the dog thou
turned aud tied at his best speed for
home, the borne being two miles distant.
The people at tbo house saw him coma
l ushing up the road and plunge iulo tho
J here they found linn energetically
pawing up the moist earth of the cellar
ottoin, aud into the hole thus made hu
stuck his nose, and then, holding it there,
iu pawed more dill around his bead, so
is lo bury his face and head out ol sight.
They could not call or coax him away,
and thcie be stayed so far as the family
were observers ollitiu tor two days,
with his head and face buticd iu tho
moist ground in the cellar. Then he
came loith, all well.
How did that dog know that that
singular treatment would save him?
A Western minister hail been in tho
habit of preaching decrees in a way
which his wife, among others, regarded
:S borJir.ngou latalism. Observing one
Saturday, as he was about to leave home
to meet a Ironner missionary engagement
that ho put his lillo in unusually good
older, she rallied him upon his supposed
Inconsistency. ".My dear,' she says,
" why do you take this riflo willi you?
li you are to be killed by an Indian dur
ing this trip, that riflo wouldn't prevent
ii ; and, it you are not to be killed, of
course you do not need it." "Yes," ho
repliid, to be sure, my d'.-ar, that is a
very proper view ; bu1 you see, mppose
1 should meet an Indian w hile 1 am gone
aud his timu had come, and 1 hadn't my
rillo with mo, what would hu do? You
sec, my dear, wo must all contribute our
part toward tbo tullillnicnl ot the decrees
The following is w hat a Democratic
organ thought of Greeley before he was
nominated. Il is from thu Albany Ar-
ts, now supporting. Greeley:
1-ook, then, at Greeley a liuancial
abortionist, tho bitter, vindictive, pro
scriptive partisan who would niaku the
people rich by increasing their taxes, and
improve l heir morals by bunting ihem
into jails. Has Greeley changed, or have
these Journals changed that they should
swallow their words uud play the syco
phant to this incompetent nddlcpate.
lie Hies iu a passion with every ono who
refuses to argue with him or vote for
biuv. lie w ho controllelli his own tem
per is better than ho w ho laketh a city or
carrieth a Stale, lint Greeley can do
neither the one nor the oilier.
Even lit tlo Delaware seems lo bo un
accountably aflecied by that iniiaculous
'tidal wave, pi'aino tire,""' white
hat," or "bloody chasm," hypothesis
which was to sweep the greatest of po
litical charlatans triumphantly into tbo
Presidency. In the local election the
other davi i" that nothing if not Demo
cratic little State, iho average Democratic-in-ijoriiy
in the whole Statu was only
eighty-iwo lo'.es. Truly lhal "tidal
wave" was a remarkable, wave in its re
flux. Vhivatfo Times (Dtm.).
"Patience on a monument," has uo ref
etc nca to Wlor's patients. You w ill
fttnf ifieiu under a moiiuiueut,
What a Dog Knows. Hoss Sense.
BY JOSH BILLINGS.
There is nothing that ha, been dis
k ivered yet that t, so ukase as good Hoss
hi use, about .24 boss power.
I don't mean rice hose, nor trotting
boss Hense, that kau run a mile in 1:28,
and then brake down ; nor trot in 2:13,
and good lor limbing afterwards only to
brag on ; but 1 m an the all-day boss
sense, that . good for 8 miles nr. hour,
from rooster crowing in the morning,
until the cows cum home ut night, klean
lew the end ov the road.
I hav seen fast sens , that was like sum
hoses, w ho could git S ) far in ono dav
that il v.'ouid take them two dajs to git
liack, on a iilter. 1 d m I mean this kind
(iood li.inl p in sense z tho thing that
will wash well, wear well, iron out
will, out wrinkling, and take starch with
Meimy people are hunting aflor un
common sense, bui they never find it a
good deal ; uncommon seusu Z ov tho
natur of genius, and ali genius iz the gift
of Go I, an I kan't be had, like hell's eggs,
for the hunting.
Good, old -fashioned common cense iz
onu ov the har lest things in ti e world to
oT-wit, out-argy or b -at in euny way, it
7. :7. honest az a loaf of good domestik
bread, always iu tune, either hot frotll
the oven or a days old.
Common sense kau bu improved upon
by nl ik.i.-hiiu genius kau be too, sum,
but not much.
Kdiik ishuii g uils genius Uku a bad set
Common seifc iz 'ikobiled vittles, it iz
good right from tlu pot, aud it iz good
next day wanned up.
If every man waz a genius, mankind
would be az bad opii a, the heavens
would be, with every star a comet, things
would get hurt badly, and nobody lew
Common sense iz iusuukt, and instinkt
don't make enny blunders mutch, no
more thau a rat duz, in coming tint, or
poing intew a hole, he hits the hole tho
fust time, aud just tills it.
Geu'ns iz always in advanco ov tho
times, and makes sum magniticient bite,
but thu world owes most ov its tributes
to good boss seiise. Ar. Y. Weekly.
Take Cahb ok Youu Habits. Horace B.
Claflin, a prominent ninrchiint in New York,
is as (plaint and humorous as lie is keen-witted
and ticli. T.iey tell the following good story
f him :
On the loth of February, about five o'clock,
Clallin was silting alone in bis private office,
when a youn maii.pale and care-worn,timidly
knocked and entered. "Mr. Cluflin," said lie,
"I have lieen unable to meet certain payments
because certain parlies have not done as they
agreed by me, and I would like to have flO,
000. 1 conic to you because you were a friend
to my father, and midtt be a friend to me."
"Come iu," said Claflin, "come hi and have
a glass of wine." "No," said the young man,
' I don't drink." "Have a ci tr, then." "No,
I never f make." "Well," said tho joker, "I
would like to accommodate you, but I don't
think I can." "Very well," said tho young
man, as he was u'oout to leave Ihe room, "I
thoi'ht perhaps you might. Good day, sir.''
"IIol l on," said Mr. Claflin, "you don't drink f
"No." "Nor smoke, nor gamble, nor nnylhing
of the kind?" "No sir; lam superintendent
of the Sunday school."
"Weil," said Claflin, with tears la hU voice
and his eyes, too, "you shall haye it, and three
limes the amount if you wish. Your lathi r
let ma have $3,090 once, aud asked me tho
same questions. No thanks I owe it to you
for your father's trust."
How to isfcLECT Fi.oi it. 1. Look at its
color; if it is white, with a slightly yellowish
or straw-colored tint, it U a 'good sign. If il is
very white with a bltiisa cist, or with black
pecks in it, the fljnr is not good. 2. Examine
its iiillicsivciK'Ss; wet aiu ktiead a little of it
between the haters, it it works dry unJ clastic
it is good; if it works soli aud sticky it is
poor. Flour made from spring wheat Uapt
to be sticky. 3. Throw a littlu lump of dry
flour against a dry, sni otli, puritoiulicul ;r sur
face; it it adheres in a l imp, tho fl ur Ww life,
it) it j if it falls like pow der, tho flour is bad.
4. tsii'teiZ' some of the fl mr in your hand ; if
it retains the slinpegiven by tliu prisnire, that.
t o, U a gooJ siii. Flour that will stand all
these tea's it is safe to bay. TjCiii modes are
given by old fl mi -dealers.
SworriNo Koit a Testament. -"Say, Mister,
will you swop a Testament for somj sugar T"
said a Utile, lad of a missionary of the Sunday
School Union. "1 ain't got no nrmey, but
here's soma c ikes of m iple sugar. It's nil I've
got to give. They are mighty nice. Will you
swop, sir? Mather wants thu book, and I'd
like aw ful well to get it for her."
The sw op was m ule, nnd turned to so good
an account, by the interest which the story ex
cited, that two hundred littlu ones in those
backwoods were euc'.i mad) richer by the f's
session of a ropy of that same book. Even a
boy's l wo cakes of maple sugar are uol to bo
Cl'lIK Foil A llolliE l'CU.INO AT II VLTKIl.
A year tigo, I had a four year old horse whicht
had contracted tho habit of pulling back
whenever she was fastened, Hhe would bu
sure to break loose, if vvliiit held her could bo
broken by her drawing hi a backvvuid way.
She was cared of the habit by taking a rapo
a few feet long, fastening one cud around her
body just back of her shoulders, nud pstng;
the other end through tho riu jof tho halter
and tying to thu post. She lay hack for her
usual pull a few times when fixed ire this wny,
but soon found she was drawing from her body
instead of her bend, which she did not relish,
and soou gave it up entirely. Sue can now be
kit any where with perfect snfety, as nothing,
will iuJucu iter to pull back when fastened.
Cor. Country Gentlemen.
Tho confederate general, 11. E. Lee,
never crpct rated but one joke in all i is
life, and that was when Popu issued bis
eelebraled order dated "Headquarters in
the Saddle." Leo exclaimed," What can
you expect c.f a general whet puts hit
headquarters where his hiudquartcis
ought to Ik;?" In the presidential caiu
aign Mr. Greeley has just reveri
i'opy's performance, uud seems to lliinW
that a candidate can run cither, eiA lirsl.
Iu consequence ho has put his carl before,
the horse all lb; way through,