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A8HT ABCLA. rT10. Saturday MjciAkp, Earoh 22., 1873. Republican Convention. Toe RrrtTjOUwn voters of AstitarttiH Owel ty are rtMjuwM. n rort at Jlii-tr nerval pbr nf knitting tk-tiliwts In the etVirtt tewntuiiMV a mm o'clock P. M., m . . . and clJoosc liylicsfrViv', heJRinftd and Nine Dvlrirnlr tn tinmlnatlnir pinrwntlon to lie heWIn Jeffrrin,Vm Mrmrtny,' Matrh 81, al It o'clock A. M. lo nominate candidal fr Delegate to Ibe Coaailtuiloonl Onarntion, lo 1 trfeeted oil the etenth - fqr f Apr ee-rf. TOweMtjrati-s will lie itwa fn the tnwntlilpe mi a Wit of one for etr-ry BOjr trotre given for Secratery t awetw fn October Inst, or a ractkva UHrnif of S8 and over, a follow Adbr-r Ashtabula. . . . Anatmbni. . . .'hrrry Valley Colebrook..'.. Conoeant.'.. . Denmark. '. . . I Iloml '..4 .'.8 IlnrpprstVld. . . ...4 ...J ...6 lisrtig,roTe Jrff.noo... Kingsvillc. . Lenox Monroe ... . ..3 . ..n Morgan. Ni-rr Lyme. ...2 Geneva.., Vewn-H. . . FV-rpoat: Orwell... Pli-fiVId TruMrtall "Waewc. .... . ... WHtlnmsfitl-., Windsor.. , ...8 ...8 . ..4 . e-8 . .8 .4 . . .8 S Plymouth.'., Richmond.. Home.... . . Bay brook Br order t tba RcpuliTican Central. Com W. C. Howells, Chairman. IN BRIEF. ty-Tbe Constitutional Convention of New York refused to interfere with licences for the liquor trade. . . tST Premier Gladstone tine been defeated in the House of Comaaowa. by the rejection ol lila Inaji Land Bin by a m-ijorfty of three Or A petition, signed by 7,000 women o fH. Louis, baa baca presented to the Missouri legislature, asking for the repeal of the Social Evil law ofitttal elty. ' ar th answer to the demand of the Brit Ish Govertrmenl noon Mexico fur reparation f.r British FVindnras, the MmJcnns prom1 to do bettoi In. future, but refuse to pay any damages, tW A Southern publisher complains be ranae some of hi subsrriliers understood the printed words "reeelved payment" on the dunning Mils be sent them, as an rntrmatfon that be forgave them their debts. $y rresfdent" Grunt's Inaugural address Is ridiculed by tire newspapers of Germany, which question whether monsjnr.biraJ coun tries ought to maintain diplomatic relations with a country whose cltief, rhu In ults tbem. tW Piirtiiguesfl poperatiol lonir ajo hasten ed with alacrity to aver t lint there ' no Republican movement In their country. Tliey now admit that attempts are being madn to establish a Republican party in Portugal with vigor uncarallelod In its history. The Illinois ITnitaa-ofl Ri-pn-sentallves on the 13th, by a vote of 108 to- 4, adVrrfed resolution severely censuring the Illinois Con pressmen who voted. to- increase their- salaries at the end'ofthe late tevnvof Congresa. IW The Rev, Dr. lTiiHtnn- of Baltimore, baa been. found guilty, by the Annual' Confer- nee of bis Church, of the crime charged against him, and has been expelled. An ap peal will bo taken, by bis counsel, to the Gen eral C.-mforence of the Methodist Church. EST In pasting the H.iuse resolution oansare-agaibap members of Congress who voted 'lb Increase tiieir pay, the Ohio Senate added an. amendment, ex-landhig the censure to I boss who voted against Mte e&tra pay and then accepted it. ' l3TTh Tlaeonln Legislature ft fortunate in being able to vary the monotony of the res nlutlons of censure which other (Mate Legisla tures' are directing ngnlnut Ibelr Congresnmen, by adopting a resolution of roinmendntlon lis Congressmen who did not vote for the ml myiteall. IVFrance Is lo pny the fifth and Inst mill' an of Ibe war Indemnity to Germany by In stallments. If France is punctual In her pay ments, the germans, on July I, will evacuate all French poataaacapt Terdan, and they will leave Verdan and withdraw, the last German soldier from French soil Sept., 5, when the final Installment It paid. tW The loan of $20,000,000 whleh was au thorized by the Massachusetts LeglallUiiae for tba benefit of sufferers by the Boston- tea now declared by the Supreme Court of rhal But to be unconstitutional, on the grouasl that IVwaafor private and not public- and not' therefore within the sphere of legislation. . , HT At Is nsual whan II hat given an' ImtKiiUot: vote adverse to the Ministry, the House of Commons bat adjourned lo await the action of the Crown. Mr. Gladstone bat been la eonftreoor Willi fa Queeni and it expected will give up luo Premiership . , r With tba atplrntion of the franking privilege after next Jooe, no mall matter will Lu carred free by the Pusl-Ofltce. Tim law will require the psymaut of postage on news p iper axchanges and on newnpapers distribn-t-d wMhin the counties wars they are pub lished, both of which have UUlu rto been free. TUis bUb ardualng ordinary kUct Mstaga two oettta foia-rt MS sui. Of" Sectarian appropriations, which Uave a- bing been a source of sectarian controvassy aMbpublla tonndsl in Ntw York State, going ioto , disfavor. A preposition In lb Mate Hamate, When the Acadeotl'-a bill undo diaauaston. lo farbid any atieh apprapri aiUoa, wsa t by una vote. This rolkias close apnn the adoption, by lb UmslilutloB- 1 Convention, of aprobibUlua of slmiUr port tlT It U elated that the last railroad victory eceufed la tk Kw Jersey LeuUlaiure coat ttnanetisft asllloa of dollars, and then Jlwas won by at We majority of uue vote. If lists true, It affcads an encouraging nullook on failure of jaUsnad- pans er over tbt State Leg alatviwa,. Tba price baa beeoins Iwi blgb. If It Ukes a qa artt-r of a pilirbM to buy a majority of one, tba Investment wUlbe targaaadtba'reaullt too nocerisfen to- freqtivnl r''petltloSv , It will be a . ehesaerto run rsllroadsa tlitir mwki sailboat iegUativa a! Ji : Tba Vietbertioad' of EhgrBena) raon MiaaoorilforrDeM Rollraaif had a strike fttberday, brcaoee tKe Copipaaw refused discharge oar of its engrueera who declined tfcoo rnlng. member of the orMliaYbaMidY cousMAftbe strikers hi been anything ihaKii'M it even f manly on.e, They edei ,ti tap Uie wsler tanks, to ati)kl asner'y luw'thc J,rHroAl'o( tUs ootmotlvea,-aad pf-MMvAmg aen to Hie ktogiu oi ueapmg tWs u;;rtiiil)e traeh'4o !S -boye ot ,wrtkg i .A.J.raU .laft. .WtiMimlii ' Tuesday ttelX'M&Pit 4tVli4 tk ihmS tbtt iMXtne' was kitted waa not ina tf00 s'rikfr, .. . a of of Is Tub New CaartiKT. The rsesteVnt bat reappointed all tba mrmlxsa of Ma Cabinet, except MiHrmtwrll, war? ha been elected to- the sua.!. Fur the Treasury be baa siili-cted Mt. Will) ant A. Wc.hanlaon,of Jtsnnachiisr-tts, who-list bevn Assistant Secretary-,, for aeveriil yeara, under Mr. Boot well. The complete Cabinet h eotnpoaetl aft Hamilton Fish, sJecremry of Hafv. .William W. Btlknap. Secretary ol War. George it. Robeson. Secivisry of (lie Navy. Columbus Dclaoo, Bee. of the Interfer. Wm. A- Rlrbardsoo, Per. of the Treasury. Jno. A.J. Oeswell, P; M. (fc-irerni. -Geo. It. WflKarn. Attorney-General. ' Those who have expected a change Iff tire CnMnet, and. Indirectly therefrom. a change or modification of the policy of the Inte four year, will 'x iiwappoiari. The appoint ment of Mr. Klcbaruium m the successor of Mr. Bontwcll, It h have any significance at all, means that In policy rf the Into Secreta ry l to be con tinu rd. CtnarY)n eommorce shows the stlmtilstlee eftVcis of confederation, which in the flrt five years of Dominion doubled Its trade. During the last fiscal year, the Imports have rlaen lo 1107.709.118. an Increase of $30,791,784 over the year before i Its exports are $82,839 608, which Is $8,408,044 more than those.of 1871. Of Hut trade S3 p T cent cornea to this conulry The public debt Is $128,400,129. The revenne la $30 714,818, and the expenses $17,!580,48 The property of lh1r ship-yards is seen In the number of Vessels built last year, ft being 414. Senator Tburnian deems the evidence con elusive fastening the tbnrtre of aorniptinn on Siaator Caldwell. He does not share the dou bts of some of bis colleagues concern ing the right of the Senate to declare the election void. All the power the Senate needs is cnnlerred by the clanse of the election and qualification of its inemliers. With the exception of Mr Fernando Wood no member of Congress from New York City voted la favor of tbo salary steal, and two of Its Representatives, Clurkson N. Potter and Rolierls, refuse to receive the money. The action ot the Mesenchneetrs Congressmen is somewhat different. That State flirnfshed all the New Enaland votes that were given for the measure, and, while one of fit rerm'senta lives. Mr. Hoar who did not vote in its favor refnsea, like Messrs. Potter and Roberts, to receive the addtlion-il pay, ha does not, like them, return It t'MH Tntury, but assumes to give it to local charity . Most of the Senators who spoke on Mondav on the Caldwell ense favored expufsfotr, the objection to declaring hU election invalid seeming insuperable. Senator Sherman pra posed that the subject should Ixi closed by Wednesday but uo act'.ou wastuken ou the mo tion. Fott PATIKNT AND SKIM.Kl t. VtU.AIST.tllO friends on the Bank of England, of which Lon don pnners clvc some scanty details, have perhaps never la-en surpassed. Tho gang counterfeited the commercial paper of several leading banks, and their preparations covered not only the mannlnclnre of different kinds of bank-note paper, whli peculiar watermarks, and the forgery on some of the notes ofhulf-a dozen names, but also a course of legitimate transactions for months with Ihc bank In or der to gain a footine. They evldentally meant lo make a great haul, and nothing but so little a tliinir as the omission of a date prevented tlioir iiclilevciiiff a calnmitntis succcm. . As is they got $400,(100, of which $287,000 was in United States hondk A similar, but much leaf extensive series of ftjrgsrfc, was detected In New York, on Monday lust, by wlikvll $38, OIK) were obtained on counterfei't nomts oftlie Wahnsli and the P t Wayna Itundk These ftM'ircrlea were discovered in t!io omf-nfoo tlin words "and Co." In ah indorsement. The dispute between Omaha and Council Bluffs for the honor afiicing the lormlnus the Union Plieffla Railroad baa received Judicial solution. 'IMmt I'm nanny bos sought to prevent Secretary Boutwcll firon withhold ing one-hull of the tolls charged uvon Govrrn ment freight passing over the Omaha bridge pleading that the road did not begin on the east side of the river, and Mist the receiptv the Bridge Company were, therefore not the reoclpts of the Tnlnn Pacific, and not liable to public dues. Iu answer to-tWsy the Attorney-General rules that rl rood1 dw-e be gin on the east sido. This decision, besfcles sustaining tbo right of the Government to one hall oftlie charges on Its freight passing oyer the bridge, gives an Incidental sanction to the claims of Council Bluffs over Omaha as terminal point. ' COLFAX DECLARED INNOCENT BY A DEMOCRATIC PAPER. Is to Dlsraclf. to aas was The Loiilsvlllo Courim- Jtitrnal, ono of the ablest Dcinocratio papers in the aouutry, has .Ueoonie fully pursuadud that Mr. Colfal did uoililiig wrong In the Credit Mobiller natter. In Its Issue a day or two ago, It contained the following d-juble-leaded editorial t "We have taken ilia trouble to review care fully the eaae of hit. Colts, hs recorded In ibe Uongreasloaal investigation, ana compare It with the elaborate, uelense delivered by Hit) law viue-rrusiueot at Boom Ot aa, mat Bui urday. The result of our rswanrlies la that he has given a success ful and satisfactory ex- plaiiallon ot t lie eutlra matter. It will rectulre closer analyata than that which we have made, or, era capable of ma- kiug, to alter our uyiulou, thai In the business Mr. Colfax baa beea very much abnsed and wrouxed. and are iba readier to allow this since we bava been templed and could not be Induced to surinve ibe private character of any man lo partkMB luleseet or prejudices. mi tioing wuai wa uetieva teM an acioi just Ice, we desire to be lull, explicit and ungrudg ing, and therefore we shall aat shadow con gnstulatbina which we have lo o r oosplcu- aus ooltllcal ael venules, ny any or those ml noe tusparagenienis wuicti might be sanction vd by s b ts generous crlllcisw." inv- a J the bare loo wsa tant mod aod the the to Tba buV pro p WW n tW Tba abatget tkal Tow HaAi bought Ibe mabirty wbkb defeaaed the Jtuliodal Rail- rosd bill. In tba New Jersey Legislature, bava been repeated oa every side with such ikOni tenese and perslslenoe. that that body bat ap pouiltdrd t spectat cuwmlttea t tnvesligate these "rutwurfc . .let Paltski mt swat Iks Vmttt Kteia rsu-ni ua 10 vino uimmi, iu Ika wk anil lu Pahrnsrr SO, ltr(, tut eart basrlai IK dta. fur. VI ..bins-lull. It. I'. Wsgoa-fkat. J, G. Arnistong at al Beneea Couuty, . Hallroad Switch. II Black. L,ewlourg. Trammel for Lining Jacks. . II. Ilsie CaaaWM.. . Ued Botum. P. O. Hard. Wadsworth. ' Machine foe Puinuia Mureolvoa Plalea. II Hard. Clnetoaatli Kcroll-Bsw.. U. Blciaird. Gtnalunatl. Washing Maoblna. U. R.-Daala Noblevllle ' Meobanlam for Feeding NJJ Plktasv, R C GrtnL , MUldlrpoM- Safe Doar Hihe. X L. IlaK ClneiMtm. ' Poser Uaiurr. J, M. Long. YlmHi , Qraln Brill. C. fi. Pairie. iNftag$ed . , HaliUag Maobitkt NeadlavO. IL Platret al Norwalk.- .. , ,. '.. IXUWHtM Oataetv It Oi JUad-atal. i Fpd- vlolasiek4on Wllllard Lla-ht -XT. fa Wartia. IrinoiiiBttri JIus Xirr.lf. ft. A. Dsv. OUmIJii It tt of a We Copy from tlno Cletithntf lhrald tha appended article esplaneteiry of Gen.Onrfleld'a part In the salary bill. ! We ask for it an Im partial reading. Wa believe It U lie fair statentenl of tits,tnt4 as to wbellicr of not, the facts given afford suftllclent Jusllflcatltra, tho reader may Judge. Our own feeling la that of regret that the enursc of otrr Representative slimild have been such lu connection w llb thU business to call for defence or extenuation. It would haye been better we think, Ifbs Itad persist ently refused bis support to the appropriation bill wllb rack a rider, or If that could not be, to have refused to touch Ibe money by such meant brought within hie reach. Tho Herald says l It Is well known by our readers that Gen. G'irtlelt voted for I he Appropriation bill wbicn incluried llie so-called Oalnry bill, tun while Gen. Uarnt-IU on the nnal pusaaxe ol Ibe ap- nroprlation bill voted for it, e intainlng as it did the retroactive feature of the salary bill, that gentleman, through all the stages of the matter, opposed the lealure by voice and vote. Not only In Its inception as an independent measure but as au amendment to the appro priation bill, was Gen. Garfield continually and prcsieienuy opposed to reiruacttve pny Increase. It Is not riitht, therefore lo connect Gen Garfield with those Congressmen who supported that objectionable feature of the bill. It is rlcbt also, besides making this who- sale statement relieving Gen. Garfleld from the odium thai resit upon ibote members who favored that feature, to give a short history of Die matter explanatory ol mat gentleman t course. Ant we do this Heartily, believing thai uen. uarneM would nemier do nor tbtnk a wrong act as Itcpresentative, and that no dollar and cent consideration could even Jostle that gentleman irom the direct line ol unselDsli recilude. The personal aud uolliicul career of Gen. Gnrfleld, as a scholar, us a legislator, as a Soulier, as a ltepresenlnlive tins been so bril liant. Is Such maiu-r ol lust pride to ills fellow citizens ot all parties, that hu is entitled to the benent ot every explanation connected wttu tiiat bill. And, liesides that, there are features of the bill as finally passed which have lieen entirely misconceived and misunderstood by the nublic: features inai maierutiiy relieve the bill from some of its darkest taints and for the engrailing of which Gun. G trtk-ld is enti tled to the credit. Originally Butler attempted the salary bill ns-iv distinct mensure. But that shrewd man know the chances lor the salary increase were belter lacked on to the appropriation bill than as a distinct measure. The result bat proved the sagacity or lliat setnsli unsafe man. But ler Introduced a resolution instructing the Committee on appropriation of which, Gen Garfield was chairman to add as an amend menl in the appropriation bill the Increase of the ralury bill. On the resolution Gen Gar- tleld made two or three powerful speeches, op posiug the Increase l salaries, voting against thw resolution and detesting it. Whenever the proposition came up, either as a distinct measure or as an amendment, either in Com miitee ot the Whole or in the House, opposed it by b l speeches, by bis personal influence and by bia voles, ilia vole in the. House, wuoru only lue yeas and nays c.in up pear, was casl airainal tliu udoption ol the feature at an amendment to the appronriatiou bill. Hut despite bis cxerllous tlio llousu adopted the am. ndment. 1 1 The bill went to the Rebate. A motion lo strike out llnil amendment was miidu and lost, Tints the salary feature was adopted by the House directly and the Semite indirectly. The bill then went to a Committee of Conference Morrill of Maine, Carpenter of Wisconsin and Utiyaro ol Uelaware were senatorial con 1'erees, and Gartield of course, being Chair man of the House Cimimltlee Butler ot Massachusetts and Kundull ol Pennsylvania The conference consumed Sunday In delibera tions, there being over sixty amendments ( tho Semite, lo save lime and labor, having agreed to disagree to nil House amendments, Jinny ol these amendments were ol Immense impor tance, and, as every one conversant with Con gressional proceedings knows, they were all lamiliar only to Geo. Gartield. . We know it lo lie a fuel that for hours Oca Gartield in that Commll'.eo stroye to remove that Itiiture giving increase pay to Congress men, nnd MptoMlg that which gives Increnso pay to the then present Congress. But the Gen. was defeated in all those efforta, not bare ly by a inajoriety of the coofereea, but by retry one of them. 1 hen II was thai he must either, virtually, resign the bill to the keeping ol liuller who was next on tlie House Loin mitlec or agree to the conlerence report un der protest. The latter Gen. Gartield did giving' the Con., Comm., notice that he should protest against Hint feature. On the passage of the bill in the House Gen. Gartield made public protest : nnd voted for the whole bill rather than involve other very serious conse quences, Including Unit ol an extra session. nf a SKwiNO-MAcatNUt. The sulci of towing MAchini'i diiriujc Ibe j oar 1872 amounted lhaextraarilfctary number of 851,730, divided anions twenty-npo companies. Three tbi'to companies alone, the Dinger, IIowo and Wheib r VYIlson,-sold 688,840, proniaiipon which nro simply enormous. Th bluh prices which are charged for tewing machines grows nut of the fact that throe four oftlie loading oompaulea have combined and rtfusctoglvu tha later Inventors the right lo utu the patented feed movement which is essentiul to tliu success of machines, even In cousldvrutlon of tho payment of royal ty, unless they agree to sell al a rate not lest l li mi $00. This account for Ihe fact that. the face of iimiauul competition and with diHemil niucblnt't In the market, It is impossi ble to buy a machine for less Ibau 00, which asily costs about $15 to make. ' Tub Mint andCoinaab Bill which passed both House at the recent session of Congress Is one of more than usual importance, ns completely cuanuea the silver coinage ef the country from and niter Ihe 1st of April next. The uuw dollar or trade dollar, as It la culled, lias no connection with the rest of the Unlleil rjiules coinage, but Is only to tin Issued to tie- iiosllors ol biillioo ott their order. II la to JH-O points fine, lo weltfli 420 gralnt, and will lie Wirll live cents more than the gold dollar, two rents ntnre iimii Hh) silver ilollar, ami one cunt iivure limn tne Mexican (Killur. It will have lu weight and ttui'iiest stamped uion and will be union superior in worknuntliip ine .Mexican uiiiiar. ' rwioiilil it lake I lie laucy of Ibe Cnlin-se, our miners will make an ai vancu ol al least 4 per cent In their silver supplying Hutu with the tradt dolliirs. The new law a so miopia Ihe French slanutra weli; lit for all silver coins less than one dollar. The weight of two iiult'-dollnrs Is Axed twenty-live gi amines, equal to the tlve-frane piece, an mcreasv ot auout unit, per cent. w bicu places our sliver coluage ou a par w thai of lua enrreui all ver-coinage ol France, Bpaln, Italy, bwllsierlnnd, ar.di imwl ot bouHi American tHatea. The eatatillslimenl lha trade dollar baa grown out of tba laul that ma silver dollar liiiUerlo bat lallet to replace tlie Mexican dollar, which la worth two cents more, Willi lue Ibiueae. A recent alteration of the stamp on Ihe Mexican dollar baa disgus ted Ibe I'blnuse with It, ami Concrete- hat stilt ed the opportunity to ruatte a dollar lor them which la worm one cent wore than tba Mexi can dollar. i' Nearly seventeen years have passed since Brooksraaaulttui bainnrr, yet bew facts necled wllb it are every now aud Ibea coming to liKhi. A party oi iccuiieuu n were timing wkili Uou. inmia I On la VYaaltlngton, prWr to bis late departure la bU (oreiun uilseloo. when bo incidentally Mioke of affair. He said be bad beaid of the lotoudwd assault, aad aacaat to have . prevented ll being In the ipeaAle-cbamber eatlaisvetiaaT blow. Uu bis way Ibilber hssUippod la library lolookaia book, which,, not readily found, deulued kirn a lew niloulet longer Ibiia be purpoaod. ausl during the lty lha assault waa nwde. , kWowke souieiaacd Ut bunt belore bis death, that be nevss dm U) beta it to deadly at it wshiteulhsotttjF lo 0isgnus me uenaior wttn Ihe tyiuitt by ftak'iaxUii-eud said baould not believe ltra liaut bsMunea waa really hunt.' Ue further, mat ae was liru ed lire,aad-waatet die. . TUilotofteaa k WOa .wasikiUUtig ty melt every ouucf ami blaxHinuKti 'Ibe (tomb llirust hU) aviiuaintaitae tipoi and it W in imi torritife i)iinjlmr-nt in DEMOCRATIC PAPER. From the Chic State Journal. The Triumph of Patience. A rmvddeable crowd rf curious cltiwtis ntherrd at a point Near Ilia corner of III High wit- id Brnad streets the other evening, lo ess the efforts of a patient countrv-man to lend a mule the distance of ten feet to a hi toll ing post. The spectators were In momentary expectation of an outburst of spasmodic pro lanity, and a violent application of the black snake whip which '-lie proprietor of tbo mole eld In his hand. Uuthewnsa pallent man. or nenrly half an hour he pull- d and hauled, coaxed nnd cajoled,' made pleasant little neeches about oata. etc. and then commenced he pulling operation again, out never striking i blow or utterinir a word that would disturb the equanimity ot a well regulated camp nieel- t. 1 he mule braced himself against tlio Nicholson blocks and refused to budge but steady pull on the bridle destroyed the equi librium of the obstinate animal, and be stum bled by accident to the very noinl where s desirable to hitch him. There upon the patient gentleman fled the bitching snap the post, and turning to the wondering crowd, directed their attention to the wonderful triumph ol mind over matter." The man never sworo once. An extensive hollow-ware slablishnient bat engaged him to put up stove-pipes. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. lo of the or In SI il be it, to In of tl lib Ibe of com Jual ihe by tlio Hi de aat aasdy to hUm l biias bear, AB8i?neo Notice. rp " 1. HE rmdersifrned -hia been appointed Anlimee Inr the auKtuof Plcptim B. wrltt, for benetl! of his creditor, imt hu usUAed as such. -All Ihe credlimf m said Wells are rwineitud to we- sent their claims Immertistelr for s1nmml. an penoim inac-oiea 10 nam are reqnpeia 10 msiie immt (line payment. JUHM A. PRKNT1CK, Teacherg' EiaminatioriB. . rfnESE will occur as follow : ' " Jetri-reon, Batnrday, stares ta. Andover. " April, It. f , tiencra, Monday, April 14. . . Cnnneaut. Satnrnar, April It. Orwell, Monday. April HI . , Autlinburg, Halnrday, Aprfl 9rl. , , H, V. JOHJfSON , Clerk of Board. Orwell, March f Till, ms. MISll ranaain, 11 surssraB tranv, ctTu, J. B. MeCONNt LL. M. D., ' ThMa leltort PKtlrl lnnii t T! fir Mtl' iaUaml an. TIePORT of tlie condition of Tti ASHTABULA NATIONAL BANK, at Aihtabola. ihe Htate ot Ohio, at tba cluee of bualaeaa oa ilia day of rebrnary Ibla. KBSOITBCEH. Loan ant diaconnta U. H. Bonds to secure tircaletlon Uue from approved Medcaialngaod Hesarva T8.6T7 0O,MSJ Airenl.. 4,innt 4X3 ' 11 10 Due from other National Hank , Uue from mate Banks ana Bankers.. Binklni; Hone ; ,tW6 Purultuie anil Ml tore l,Hr Current Kxpenea.,.i .. Taxes paia Premiums paid lo.wn linecKsana oiner cain iiema Hills of tlonal Banks...., tTt a.4-21 Fractional Cnrrenoy.......... ; L.-Hl 'lender flole.,....,,....,.... LIABILITIES " t'splial Stock paid In '' ' wm Itxchange..' , InicreHi Sit) 8,i87 Clrculaliug Notes rco. from Comptroller... B0.H4U Individual Ueponlt Uue lo National Banks )6,vttl 41H tlKl.nHI I. J. Bum Bivih. caanier or The Aantann a National Bank, do aolumuly awear that the above ststemem true, lo tne Det or my knowledge ana nennr. f OU, DUB lUf HWltW. correct. Attest : tissnr risasTT, i P. P. UOOD, J- Directors. J. H. Cnorar. I Slate of Ohfn. Conntv of Ahtbula Hwnrn to and subscribed before ma, this 11th day March, WIS. , usu, u, rwtsii. STATEMENT of the Receipt Kxnanditnras of the Incorporated Village ot Ashtabula lur tne year euuwg. marcu, inn, iota. ft-.itanr l hand nf Tri'Mauror. March toth, Itrta. Ileculved or l ouuiy Treasnrsr see t Borough Fund, $9.4W H Account Hewer lax, HI Uikeili tas. 4H8 SH : 19.1-te wsuis sosacss. Accoant lines. tl 00 no n W 18 1,5011 UD as nt so 01) xx it " l.mnbur. " Tile. , Ikhuts. ' Liceuar " foil us, " Blduwalk, 1,707 Total amount received1, -Amount paid Mayor acc't salary Acaonut tierk's alary, and Ate, Marshal, " Volice, ,,. ' hrinllng " Jtulges of Elsctloa, " TruaHnrer, Mstloiiery and oil, " Park. Hum for Council Hoove;, " Attorney fees, " Marshal and deputy, " Cot on sewer utk, fire liepartmenl, . ' Labor on atruela, . Lmnher, " ClKterns, " Hinklog well and Cms, " atdewalks, ' fuul for police latWa, " A. W. Stilus, boarding pris - $l,S8l 10H 00 T 4S ' 87 a ' SIX 117 101 Ml H Ikl . 101) ls IS 8 e lo xs tu ew 61 ar 111 HO l.nti no isn tw a 7 48 XI t4 ea 17 . rt 7 xs 1U DO 4 aU) I 1 Kit XI oners. Tile. Killing 5 dogs BOc each -Cruelty A Wctherwax, ' . Heyraonr Bperry A Co., Kepalr on Flrumen's Hall, Loan paid, Interest ou loans, Amnnnt paid out, li,41o t , Brlsuce In hauUs of Treasurer, ,7t 54 1111 7 1M1 Amnnnt of outstanding Indebtedness not Interest bearing, 1,144 M Amount In Treasurer's hands above all liabilities. l.Ml 71 E L. KING, Mayon Attest. A. H. TYLER, CTerk. TATRiriENT OP THE ROYAL FIRE INSUR. . , : STATE OF OHIO, I , , Insl-BANCB DarABTHUST, ( tWwnH, Joa. Itat. CTITIIEHEAS, Tlii Kotai, iNSCBAwdn V Vemrnanv, located al Liverpool, In tba Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, a foreign Insurauca Company. I poseo of at leaat tha of capital required of similar eompsalee formad th provisions of the act entitled "An act to iuinraiir Corr.panlea dotngan In.nranre business tha Htata of Ohio," passed April Sill), MTO. and deposited with Ihe Siierlntnlriit of Insurance of Stale of UhK la trast for tha benettand secnrllr iMillcv-lilutra reaidma In tha 8lale of Ohio, a stia let ttiau on hunrirad thousand dollara In stock aocnrllle required and allowed by aald acl.audhaslllad In Ih'a olttr a cerlllled anpy ol Its Charier or Dead Heitlnment, and a detailed statement of Us assets liabilities, and evidence of Investment, and otuerwlee oomplled with all tha requisitions of Ihe said act, areappicaoie to nirein r ire iasaranca voupaniea, parlnerhl and associattnaa I AW, 7Arop, In pursuance ef law, T, Willi CutiHOM, aapurlulendeat of lnsaraaa tbr sba Stat Ohio do heruny certify, that aald Csunpany la authaataad to transact its appropriate onsnieesoi nr insuranea tulebXate. kn acairdanc with taw, miring year. The condition and bualnaae of aid comnauy lh data of aura elalemeul (Juu SSIlt, lS7i,f how, hy latement of Uunsa Gtna sasua) latMa ear. The condition and bualnaa artment, la a louowa x , ,morit of antual casd so Captt..... tst.nnj. AgirresralaAniouuiuf AvalteM Aaaela,.. t.tul,SW.110 Aggregate amount of Llabllltf, (except capita l, luutiKHiig re-niiirane. ........ i,ru,ii.i.a An... i,nt m-mii. f tr tha ,ii-.midlni VMS la CHh !. .. 811,84.1I0 Amount ef Expanditnra fur Ike praca.d' , . ine; year m vaan... vr.ii.ii.i U Wittmbs Wuinsor. 1 have hernnlo subscribed name, and caused tha owl or say rants U s.l aftlxed, th day aad year aonv writiea. W. K'cHrltltl, auperlnhtndent, II. Vaaeett Sua, Agvni. Ashiabwla. AsMabula, Youngotowa & Pittsburgh ; ;, Bail Eoad pompw. Asarastru. O-, arti Klh, .. - a A SPECIAL Meeiinjr of tha holders of Tha Ashtabula, Youngiowa V Hail Hoad t'umpanv will ha held at th e Company, hi law Vllleaa of Ashtabala, ua office hilk. VI laa. .uT A .M.DIIS. US1 1 l-BUSIJA APItIL si4. IHULalon o'clock, p. a., tor th ectsoa ot Ik aillenslwg kaataa, vl I Ist. Tu appio c raas a euauellhMi lo ft.1 To iLJmr. n. nWI tlCXWillt t Boads to h .aaiirad by a a.rtag ttvoa Ik seoparty td. To atnrw or rctaet pmpoaltl'Jfi, ta leaaw red block. Uj idi of th Kr A , -v W, JOVAJKn-EKH, ProVwt.' t: 1I.UMAN Baeraa.es. ; GENTS WAXVa.i -TWs-B ttt KCftttKAt nrt;l Towe a irfrbt. Noim swed (,uly unless prayerhr roiaiia4- v Aar-stvrjlBKfaip mrTpiy.) . , 'a,., parttiit.-t.vn. ini-s eihlo t.ur.aa t'kava ('.-. 11-0 If tiula TluM. Atataliala.O. ' It lbs In Stun M It 11 61 II at 111 so oa SO 4S as Is of ami 1 SO as 4t 73 n . CO., 187S, ' United I-Ire amount audar regulate In hat th of lis not aud of snd which in F. ef in at aa my va a , Oat. , iBTt, i-s. : Svoek rm.buTvh of tha S. traua- kalld a lSU of prafer- , , '"" ,i 1 Conntv a ..AN ORDINANCE, To craate tlio office of City Solicitor, and lom4 Mr llr st actios s4 smntunsatloa of urn noihrnev, cn. t It ontslnei! hy the ronaoll at h Inenr- noraied VIMe of Ailitshnls, fhsl Ihe tm ra no Knllcltor In aud for Mild vlllsgs be, ana" the sasw Is heroh crested. . . Hsc. II. Thai m Iks Itnt Mrnidaf of April . A. p. ima, and eery ln eara iheroafler, Ihsre shall ha elarted a Olty a.l1rfior of aald Tlllsire ho enll he alacted In the Mim Banner aa olber ofneers of said ill lag are elected. . , Bar. III. Thst sncb oftVer stected nnder M hy Tr tno of thl ordinance, shell hold hi i-Wce for the lar of two ysars and auth kls a (: of I elected and Qualified. - , 8sc. IV. Thai any yarancy oernrrfna; In said ofttcs ahali ha ailed aa ie Draaartoed hy Ihe niinlnelval code. eao. V. Kach omcer po-eiecien.enaH, oeioreenterina nnon tha dntle of hla offlca, Btr aonda In lha nm of and ahall take tha oath Dretcrltied bf aald monklfrat ode. Ken VI aid Rotlcttor ahall acya eatsrrof tfty dohara per annnm, payable quarterly, and ncl aa iba Council may vaiii m.y I laks effect oa and cn reea or aompeneatlon for special semes Bae. Vl't. Thl ordinance tht1 take rtL)Ct oa and after the loth day after In trat ptIWIcation. Paned March IBih. IMT8. Jk U KINO, Mayor. Aet, A. II. TV LRU, Clerk. , ; AN ORDINANCE, To create tlie office of Street Commis- tcmcr. and to prorlde thr tha election of end pTeacrftm thrft,tli nf mnoH (Vinmlialiair. Mac. I. He It urdalned oe the conncil or tne incor porated Village ol Ahlabnla, that tha office ol Htrewt Commltonei, In ai.d for aald Village be, and tha aamu I hi-n-hr created, aao II. That oa the lrt Monday of Anrtl. A.I. ists. and every two year thereanar. there ahall he elect ed a 8t reel CommUeloner of aald lllire, who ahall Iw sleeted in the same manner aa oilier omcer or taia ru I..M .M ItWt. timn III That each nfflcaretected nnderand hvylrtna of thl ordlnMice. shall hold ht oMea for the term of two year, and until nl ucceor snail D alectoa ana ..iini . r-KV. iv. ihi nuy b,.j n.,.u,ii,ia ... Shall he tiled a I preecnoea ny me municipal cone. if. V. That each officer so elected shall before en tering noon the dalle of kl office, give a bond In the nm a! nnm ihrnitllld dollar. COndltToOed I feO tl I Ted hv tec. M of the municipal code, ana take tna hu oi ornce required ny ec. is oi earn cone. Hao. VI. Thst the Street CommUHoner snail per tirm all the duilea reonired by law and anch other do lie aa tne council may oj online oce or rowiniivu pra- scrlhe. . Mm vit That lha Hlreet CnmmlHloner shall ra eeive for hi aervlrea the snm of tiro dollar per oay for each day he shall be necesrlly employed in the discharge ot me dtniea, ana snail renaer to ine council an Itemised account of aervlcea whenever rcuneated, and ahall reed re no other ootnpeaaatlou or salary what. 8o. VITT That aald Btreat CoamlestoneT shall re port fn writing to tne Coanrll onrtrrly, and oft r nor rcqilirea. ail moniea recervno or uinnreo oy aim, ant: ancn orner maiteia pertaining to oia ornce aa ine vuao ell miav reonlre. Htc. IX. This prdlnanr shall taka affect an snd sfter the 10th day after its tret publication. raesr-d msren loin, una. . jt, u siau, jsayor. Attest. A. It. TlLlll, t'lera:. Real Estate For Sale ! OEVEttAL Desirable Honaes snr Tota, Dwalllngs snd Vacant Lots, well located. Terms : eonahle. Knunireof h. fit if. Asbubnla, March 7tn. tela. 4I1U KlskBlotk. DR. J. E. HALL Nrr&ous OXIDE, TJtlUSlllnS sOraMt For the pafntee extraction of Teeth, upon the latest Improved plan. Tba eafest and best thing for tliat pur pose yet discovered. If you have a troublesome toolh lhat yon sn I lo gat rM of and not know It gvand taka tne gae. . aiiv- LATE ROSE POTATO. A NEW 8KKDL1NO, TJNE(UALLBD VX PBODUCTIt aWHS", ; UN8URPA89BD IN QtTALITY. ' PERFECTLY HEALTHY. Has yielded 1 to barrels to the ponnd. Circulars with testimonials as to yield and anal my ty frc. Price. IS MK-; 4 e. SUM), post paid: peck, f; hslfhssh. tA.SOj tiuslial, aio: barrel, axu. , UKU. v. CAMPU1CLL. Delaware, Olilo. ' H. B. BATED AM will fnrnl.h Campbell's Late Rose Potatoes, at lowest a lverllsod rates, by mail or other wise, and deliver free of exoenseat Palneavlle. Geneva and Aahtahula. t'ampbell'a Circular tells all about it sent gistls to spplh-ants. Address, M. U. BATEI1AM, Palneeville, O. tVAt Ashtabola, the etrcnlsrs may be obtained and a sample of tba potatoes seen, at the alora of J, rauianer mm, wno win also receive oraar ana nciir- er the packagee for Mr. Hatekatn. iiiviu Wall Paper! Wall Paper! t A T - FLOWER & MATTESON'S NEW DRUG STORE, May he be found the best selected Stark of Wall Paper, In every variety of style ever offered for sale hi North- urn unio. All person a.euing Paper Jlanyinys, Window Shades ' j' Fixtures, win find it to their lateroat to give as t call before chs4lng elsewnere. Don't forget the place, orinsslte the Ashtahnla House, House. rLunssaaaiiAtnin, Ashlabala. March ltth, lHDs. IIUIO Don't Read This. CLOSING OUT SALE! We beg to ncrtifj lite eiliwns : ' . ,., it i ' ' '- . '' of Ashubols snd vadnlty that bavtaf av . - i i ; til . :; . aludsd t lease Ashtabula, wa will sn owr . - ....... , KEVT 0TOCK OF BUT GOODS JANCT . .... .1 . ; j C-OODS. tOTIO!W, CARPETS AND OIL '..,' CLOTHS, logefaer with a rtstoiss, st.,( -!. J ! I -'-I ili..! f- !.- U 'II'"' . .- i . i ii'i -it . ' . . . t . ! I. 25 Per dent BELOW COST ' 'W o0r t&s aoer f ad'oecaraila aa His stock "rest V eVoaea eat wlthia slate aay tree. i , . -. v.: ' -' ' ; ' i dale. Tha above stack eomiries rteryfhluf I I. 1 i ; : ( rt,: jiji'l ' i " saaKy t ee teaa) ta a Irat slaas Dry , t; t . .. I .:, r :!', .! " ! (rMraa atere. Aa the stylaf ts "lbs early 1 , ., . " - , . bird la Iral sr" ... - j , V. . ,i . ,.- ' , 7 ., vTewoetd advls aal t call aarlr sad t ' ' . t s . i. ' , ; saeaie bargains,. First some, prat served. 1 ( , ,r , ".',,'. ' 'BtraB FerKct HM rt. ' '':',y .-. u.i : e-.'"! -i i I . ' i ' i-i .i ' ' ' ' ' ' . .. .. .' ... . . ,. i l ' .- li - N. B.-.Vy easirhuj . etosa C'ixlarae.. sac :V ; . k ; ta . . - , (aw Cases, Ustpr, 4lr-AS weutd de wtll te-ealt t en a. () rpirPLKH" STOlsr. I I If 1 M, I and pur- f .' '. t i ' ; ; t,.i. , : ,,: . i. ! 1 ts - NNUAL ELECTION KOTICE, Tha Onaliee Uterlnra of Ih Inconvma'e tlllum of Aehlahnla. aw the District attached theretef rhnol nnrposea, sarehy o(iwi. thai a sweuaa win te held al the Itofta School asllillns, oa Saturday Evening, March 29t7i, 1873, fa-sleet Iwowwmhers of lhF)od of Kdpcatlon,toerra fciT three yeari each. In- tit Ills scnlee qcaatt)iiaTt W he evnlratlnn of tha terma of aerylra nf Ij. M. I'roshy and Wm. Heymonr.and to Uaaaacl lucti tshel bnlnea a hisy ne neeeee.ry ILVtlSTRATED BftAVTlFCL MOW. BEAUTIFUL SNOW. Bcantlfnl fmnw snd other pocssa. New IHnirtcjl lllton. By J 4. W , wstnon. iwimtr ni - in -,. H..SHfHy llllrated. from original deetijaa by Kd. ward L. Henry, Complete lo one large octavo Volssno, In uniform stvla with "The Outcast as aiher Poem," being printed on the tnct tinted papr. and BwiBd Is ,rr mmwn r(,,h wlth ,tu n,c, g trtP,, and beT aled board, frto Two llollars, of honnd In mairrny pr, enq oonna m inn oev msmow morocco cloth, with fn. gilt back, and beveled ( nrlglll alflrs, mil gin enge, id boards, pries Three Dotter, fall .Above boc Is for ear ht all Booksellers, o copies of ft am t sent, post paid, to ant one, per return BPRING & SUMMER, 1078. I hate fori fesclved s fttJJ Tine ef HATS AND CAPS, For Ibe Spring Trade. BILK II ATS, TUB HATS, CLOTH HATS, touth boys' hats SILK CAPS. BLUI CLOTH CAPS, BOYS' CAPS, ete BUFFALO ROBES -A5D- Over Coats. SOLD rvt COST Eor the Next 30 Days. 107 EBV, . riEBCE. Important and Peremptory Closing Out Sale DRY GOODS, BOOTS A5D 8IIOK8, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, TANKEE NOTIONS. CROCKKRT, ORO CERIBS, AND A SMALL STOCK i - OF BAIIDWAKE. UaTIXO resolved to close up n resent naetae. I new oner ass entire elook at nnoea Ear below their real value, la order to eoavmrt Ibetn CASH la IB ho? teat poaslbl tlm. at price whleh wa concern designing to continue la business can or aare u aaii. 'i ma ia ao aaruinnnai e.ow nor prwni- lory to taking etock hambug, bat a bona td delernil- nallhn to ctoee aT my preaont buelaeaa. Now la time lo eeeara baraalr. The stock I all la prime der and of aoed etvrss. To in who lur many years nave give m ineir covraaeoca anu sinMB.. paid promptly, I owe a debt ef gratitude that words III topsy. To thoa who have had as goods on premise, and oa when I have waited pa it ally till tlonoc haa euaaad se ka a vlnae, I would say. my pay aiast have. My stare win b for rent as soon ss I eaa close my lca, wassb 1 hop wl a ay pni aa . B. L. MORBUON, X. B Bala as tor cash sad essb eaJy, , Ahiabuia,b.Kk,lT. AGUIt wAaltU (OR C0LDEU The trs and ynly cosapt aV. Oultc SIomi lcrlaCMs history faaheaaoas rro,4u!wrnr.VJ fA Uys.l Lk. foTMU, Vr swrfi-ai, IWy., A HUoc. jaal aaa luusvatkia aad Maps. Illusuaasd Urcutaf ieya.Kivw Ire. WM. FL1KT A CO, Crura a ati, Onra. FOJB BALK I Seven 1 Acres of Land, with cood tnrtldtinr and ebete fralt. Bttuatad tw mtlea west Aahesbsla Vlllagaoa Bowth hldge. This Isa very propevty le aay ej aeeklug a home aear th I-rlr taO.. . . h. rf. ChKIMhV, Utt '" - t. C. CMoeSV. '' Execaier 4 tfa Evtat ef X. Croaby. IV you Slid yoHraelf in tmrry snd ca wall ta asv a salt msde to order. ya can ' salted fmeautt' BlorVvf tee Heady-aiad Coats, so vevta, WAUE&flM.. A tlcCLEUAnVsV my late no no will i the or eaa their pa; 1 ont . ef of sVualr ahk town. wall Pants North Westorn Normal School nKFIBI.IC. IRNR04 CO. Ths aprinjr Tena emanNmaas April ltt satatsf Term, Inn filth. . . Wadeelratn anamara fbt rn-cfnwreWentad1 tdtaM- aaa l.e anlnved at this Inatllnlloa daring tha seal Iw.i tertwa hy iiw'che and Itioaa delrlng to prepare , leachlna; or hnalaee. Idl a and pentlrmen lll ta4 this Institution mora profllahle than any other la la lha Rule, hecante cfi t. Its taW lion and boarding, t. Iia great ranas of Media aad drill. I. ta live, practical and thorough teacVr. 4 ft esvrngof time. t. Its rarneet, nthalafM aptrlt of work. S. It freedom from tha ylai-a ad templa- tron ot nrvetoftneara cities. V. Its neartn 1. fsl Hon. S. 11 freedom from political soeaartaa , revnilnt tvrWaSra nmrntinVlm PA tba talmenta or In nnr cnlslocscs and lffrrs. Bend at once for deaartptlv eataroiaes ar a arsenal lav i formation. All Wilt he Sliewrfull furnished T 411) I. FHAfattt MICltAasa, rrtsxelfsas. J VST OPENE D. tV-ap-Might aad ttsf ' ' ' , . CASH STORE. TlIE tfitfiaoriber fm J"t opemefd atare at the Station, In the new hslldltg erected oa tne Kotiera' Corner, where be fVitMvd at all tlmaa, a sup' ply of ral-iarn,Oal, Meal. A. Alee, a stoat ef GROOE EI 13 8, Kmhraclng all needful supplies for family ass, of the choicest and best qualities, aud and all new freeh. .. . Also a Stock of CROCKERY and GLA8HWARK. . It la tire irttesslon of Ihe subscriber to be up with the time in the eaeelleswaof his goods, and tba low tgnrtf at which they will be offered twlse pabltc. " a I patronage l snucitoo. o, avarunni. Antapnra( reo lis, una. - Bargains in Dry Goods! vfetr twalterlfiff or rebuildinof I my Store the ensuing' season1, 1 wfft for tba , , . Next Sixty Da Offer my Entire Stock of Dry Goods at Cost for Cash either at Whole Sale of ffetsfl. The Stock (s Large aad mbraaes almost every variety of Dress Oojde, Cloths and Cloaklnga, i bhawla, Hosiery, lov, Yankee Notiooa, Ac . . My Stock of Hardware, Iron snd Halls, Groceries, : , Drags and Medfdnesv ' - 1 Paints. Oils. etc. I Will bo offered nnder current rates for Cash lr 'order fJ reauce stock aa mucn aa poeeinie to tna ist of Apni . next. All persons wishing to avail themselves of good Bar- gains are respectlully Inrlted to Improve this epporta- is are respcctiuuy inyitt r shtabala, Jan. IB, 1878. niiy A! THE BLISS GARDEN FOR SALE. TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT AND I-a. good home, Jnst enqmre or tne people in ASMesonia and stop over and look for yourself at a splendid garden of nearly three acres, nnder high cultivation and full of X gor the choicest fruit, with u-ood house and ont bulldlnsra in I good repair; also, well, eistera, and spring of never tailing water, witn tnree gooa primps, 'ine epnng iv right lect rqnsre, wall laid In cement, and 17U rods of tile drain on the place. It has taken the tret premium for eight or ten years, without exception, ana will b) ' sold very cheap, with $1000 running one year. If desired. Also, a norse, wagon, garaen toois, ano nousenoHi goods. Situated a little southwest of the boroogb liinlts on tba Hound Head road, knowu as tna miss property. Ashtabula. Jan. 1. Ib78. -isuu CHANCE FOR BUSINESS. TlIE StTBSCRIBEU contemplstirip - change of hi bestnen location. In the Spring Is desir- ou of MlHng or renting his property al Saybroek Btatton. it consists or a aweiiing consmaoiesss ana comlortahle. and the store in which he la now and hae " been doing busiuess lor years, and taw stock or goods with which it Is supplied. To any ewe with a moderate capital, and business tact, the chance la good one, as ' tne oniness is estaoiisnen, arm ie nnrcnaser may nave the assurance of Its anlntcrnttea centlnsnnce aaa the locality, which fs a pleasant ono, show Improve ment and increase In population and Importance. IWTcms will be made easy. i: J, Application may be made to the subscriber In person or by letter. Possession given th first of April. i.T.BVHKK. Saybrook, February 18, 1879. tflHU7 BUY Gloves, Mittens, Handkprehiufa, ' Linen and Paper Dickey. Coflara and1 Cm. Ties. Scrafs, Muffler, Huspundor. Enameled Cloth and Leather vallcea. Linen and woolen ttosna. in snort. buy everything In the Un of Cloths, Clothing and Genu' Eurnieh- 5 ing Goods . at the Clothing Boas of ItSf W AUK gj Bli.ii. Safe Accommodation.' - i ' ' rpHE ample aafe accommodation for- i -M- nisnen try tne nnw run yasi pmcea say aiora enable me to offer, at a trifling coat, a pes fact protec tion against both fir and bnrgfara foe aay valuable which our cl linens may wish to put beyond ordinary accident and lose. Parties wishing ta avail thamsalvea) : " , of this proffer, are lavlted lo examine th tnetitattois alluded to. and yadge of the dvnascv It oaTers ta rpgaee and th devouring element. GEO. W. . DICKIKSCN. Ashtabula, Feb. ltth, 1ST. fU YOU can bny Overcoats of all grades, from a coarse Batfaet to th FINEST DKVON&HIRE KERBET-" , at the Clothing Boaae ef itar , WAITS V 8ILJU Kiln-dried, All Pine Doors for $1.75 to $2.25 TlIE Subscriber, befog onvinoetf of , tho lJ necessity of low priced door, aa auuta arras gjssaeate to fumtsh them at th above t -if.- '.i t t. Low Prices, i j. m -m . I JStOTW8 '111715 And all other goods fn bis fin In tha ratio, tor oaM, ana cash ovry, "Small Profits and Large Sales' err motto in rb More. A tare slack 'of Sash. Blinds, snd Doors constantly oa hand. Ovat One Huadred different Tarlatle ' ' I Ji I c CS? Moukrlne. fVmll Hawtna- doae oa hori notice, snd WAhKASTiD TO Ol VEaATlBFAVTIOX- . mmmm. t:- ii. A Large Stock of MICHIGAN PINE- Oa hard. Also a large stock ef Siding, CsJUag sad if x- o cxisr3r" j : ALWAYS 05 HA5D.V; - n7 Call aad as before yoa bay, sa I aa dtrtila4 las . make It aa object for th peopii pie to bny of sae. ' Offlc tad Jfltl opfmstte Chnrcl Park. Slrest, Van AshtabuU. 61 ... , C. CC !... i A N antiaualljr solect line of Pani TU a- tarns juat reeeiveo at WATT1I A flTLL'ft . mm IuvERS!1: y i" t. yv i r. -v a . v ta - i . i T-iT.-fSLf t TViT CT1J 7a. Choice Tillage Lots for Sale. " XlIE Subscribers offer foi sa'e .M'Vil-' r laga Lola, sltuaiod ta various aarlr of ha boronck.' IVaiia ef Utaia very choice lot. nw pa menu Sua a. , and lung liinkou balauce, aud all al wtt prices. t V at. M EAattS,' m iiViROALL.