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iey believe thi worlJ ,m eremkd la vjayat We Mk "why in yon not take the Bib lical history f creation a It reads Thvy Yr"bcuM Irrefutable evidence ta given n S-nrn nature eK eie thai em w not God method of crratioit- W Urfrr lk it In a ttAevwi eae.M Mow ihit la to aubatanca U thai wa are polity .f, via., ftrln liberal Interpretation lo ucli pwae;e of Bcrtptur cannot otherwise racoadleJ to reason Af -oviillWMVA. " ' - - '' ' - '- Why U It awra Infamoqa for n to attach Rbfcra! eonstmtton ta certain other portlnn of Boriptiftr that cannot otherwise belacee tyr, tana for the orthodot to Sender IM boa or Genesis conformable to the iwtj aaentof onr nllgatehd'Bfref " '"' Again, let It be asserted, that W onr loatrpee Stiou af the "Bible differ iron (he ortbyddi, ao altt do thtir ,iitirprti.ion difflt mmg tkommloo. Why may thoy uot on tlte aaine (round that tbey brand ut with lofldeiity, charge tbe rrt upon ab other f It will be remembered at one of the recent mtwtlnira. the euhicct of women' kwilug l lence la tbe churcliee, was diacusaed. And whttvjl the conclusion was It In lavor of a Usiral alfniflcatlon t No. And what waa worae, there waa no uninu0 opinion npon any one interpretation augg-eaiod. How oaa they deny at the right to our Intt-pretallona, When they not only depart from tua literal reading of a leit, but vary am mg thamaeWea le their understanding or tual text Ilia further aaid that "w -reject CbrUt" Again we insist that we do not reject Bim, and mure, that in the light 'ew ieu and bit mission upon earth, He la far mor a Baviuur taaa-tkaobe aould poaaibly be If viewed in tbe orthodba, or any other light. la every vital tense do wa believe in Christ, and to every- purpote which Cliritt Iliinaeir mentioned ae most requisite to salvation, do wa accept bim. Did not Christ constantly la bor by parable, precept and example, to teach mm a higher gospel of truth; love and duty, than tbey had ever known ! and thia noble work la Hut one Chriat especially declares at the oca & mat tent in thi mill qf Ui Father to So. That we fully believe in thit ftlorioui work of the Saviour, and would niak e it our highest light and example, who of our ortho Wx friend will deny of us f and If aot,tuen where la our disbelief T When will the orthodox world caaae to cavil with ua fee not placing the savlnic grace of Cltrttt' death and atonement Wore that of Hi-lifer la not Uie life of a man more Ira portaut than bit- death r Wherein mny we hooc for salvation through Chritt't WA, II we mar not be allowed to Hod it through his In the Rev. Mr. Wells' recent sermon deliv red upon the "Fountain of Bulvatlim," the AtU or several lolly plutlorm on which the spectators were seated to view the unveiling of of the fountain, was made uae of at an Illus tration of the fall oi' religous pi atfuf uaa at the Judgmcat Day. We were denumiaated among tbe unhnppy pfattorms that went down 1 The Rev. speaker was on the platform that didu't go down because he had previously pur chased a "ticket" which secured for him a toft platform I I hope no Icseverenee will be charged to us for expressing the few thoughts suggested to ut (or imparted to ut either) by this discourse. I believe the first thougut that tuuud itself out of the shock and debris of thit chaotic picture wi, that tbe Rev. genihnutn should tie snMlk obliged, for aueh a convenient accident to help advvrthw those special "Salvation tick cu" which Orthodoxy out Christianity eenil to have an estvluntt paint aw Our second thought waa that Mr. Well and not Qod had alter all made a gnat mis. take, for certainly bad aii outraged Jehovah wished to punish ua so implaoably, He would not tend ut all down at a denomination In such delightful company together. We would htt too happy. At God U my witness I declare that no sac rilege forms any part of the above written thoughts, neither disrespect for Mr. Wells nor the cause be advocates. But U it r nmnber ed that ho hat endcavortd to delauie our religion, and shall we Us earnestly defend it it teems to me that Mr. Wells may talk a oat "Christ'" plan of salvation until the lust trump sounds, be it nevetUu-U-a talking about something that Christ never talked about t Theeloglant may try to explain It, but Christ never tried to. He did say.-I am tbe light and the way." We believe It. lie did tay -JTollow ran." We try to obey. And only by these merita da we expect to And that glorious reward which I promised only to the falihinl that it "HUrnal jy" Although wa have understood this hearen-appoluted Instrument . himself Mr. Well to aay that "God's Spirit tuundert through him," we hardly think ha can "thuu tier" Ibis "reward" away from us. It it a comfort to ut at least, that ' ire do uot feel compelled as yt by Di vine Authority, or Mr. Wells, to reign our tweet abiding fountain of spiritual life and hope. Our trust la indeed to simple si com pared with the one au tnarvelonaly elucidated ia hi discourse, that I bar we suould never kuo the reason of our hope in Mr. Well' louiiuln," without aome special Influx or 8u- p-rnatnral vision to help as comprehend it My Utter 1 already long, and yet too short to contain an ad -quale daft use of our faith. 1 liar only endeavored in so bumble way renovt by a few argnnienU the charge of Iu 411' y agalDel.ttt, add thut ex pre our Just rebellion, against the dreadful doom wt have lately heard no much about. L ma beg that no Ind-renoa be drawn either from thit letter, or our position as Uuitaiians, that w are op posed to revival of religion now staking he produced ia oar plana. Jf souls can .wakened to higher perception of tutrtr rela tion God, and in preaenl at well at futur life, wa say gladly, let the good work be dona. Va believe that revival of true Chriatlau eeatiawat are a requisite a prl of Ood't of mvarament. a are the atorm and unrri- ana. La the pbytioal world to purge the feotaAaiTc Wa womld Uka to lola with yon In tbia vary otbit Ohrlulaa work but wa ak Jtladaeas, if U U not bettor while we eoina work together, to do to in mutnal love aympatby, Uavlug the oual Judgm$nU autfh ce-oparailv faith and labor, with Inioite Creator! Ilia n4 pteataat to front a mHl companion in a comotoa cause, tbo Lias of dainnatlott ao fVn In our ear. oaaider that aay other "ticket to salvation than that boughs through- ChrtsMam loot later la loo thaap V satisfy , tad if aaanranot from no other aonroa tan be vouchsafed to tbuwaara huihling npuo the "Bock," wo blv hope the If owr wort be good,' titer aaDDoa a faith that must also be whole, at. a?aiMax bar "coma V f rliif.,r grvBCrt riu4is4rsaadrUi sniavates ....Vl'.-,,"n BsHmaA A Attn nboul 000 .piknWtW'-i0!!! onlor, rprenttlvjs, jud. lobbrttsj.w rhclr faramfevPjrjaia. tjlark MM, vlix fpe. nji'fjmvM. ;,.i i-- 5BR WEEKLY TELEGRAPH - ASHTABULA.1 OffTO. BUnrflay Mominsr, March 29j 1873. Republican Convention. The Republican voter oi Ashtabula Coun ty are Tfcjtieav to. tape at tnrar oas P af hMdin election tn tit aeverBi towdbuii--, at seven a clock F. M., on 8atu.td, Mortal, 183, - ami ehooM hj ballot, One Hundred and Nine IfcW-e to a namlroitlnif convention to be hel la Jeffi-rn, on Monday, March 81, at l o'clock A. M.t o nomlnar a randldatoifnr Delegate to the Couatltuilonnl Convention, to be elecWd on the teventh dip of April wf. Tha delicate will be eoen In the township en a butl ol one lor every flOr voir given for rVcratery or Stiile In October lt, or a Traction Iherooi 01 ra ana ott, b umiuwi: AndoVer... Harpersfleld Ashtabnl. ..8 Hnrtaffrore , Anstinhtirg... Cherry Valley Colebrook. . . . Connraut.... Denmark. . . . Dor"t Geneva Orwell , Pierpont Plymouth. :. Richmond. . . Rome ...S ..8 ...8 ... ....I ...1 ... ...9 ..A ..2 ...8 ...a 3rftennn Klniisville lenox Monroe Morgan , New Lyme Orwell 8h ffkild Trumbnll Wayne. ........ WltlmmsfUld... Windsor Bay brook 8 Bt orcUf ot the R pablfean Central Com- Republican Convention. W. C. Howells. Chairman. SRlstmn Caldwell, of Kama, hat brought the debate npon Ins case to a close, and spared blmaelf the pains of expulsion. It Is grati fying to get well rid of him, and that this re alt i bmuEht about without any further dcWr. la no alloy to Ibat gratification. This result, too, ba another pleasant aspect to us Uiat-ficnalor ferry from Connecticut, Is entit led to some credit for an effort . in bringing It about. The resignation was occasioned by the knowledge that manyRepubllcan Senator nuld vote for Ferry' resolution of expulsion. Though It i net certain the necessary two thirds vole joulJ hvj been secured thereror, it Is believed a minority might have been ob tained. Caldwell did not desire to remain In tbe Bonnie with tven a minority vote for ex pulsion, but preferred to resign ami refer the whole rn itter to the people of Kausut. Mh. Furry of Connecticut, in explaining his reason lor bavins bcretolore oil, rea an amendment lo the Committee's resolution, pro. posing the expuMuii ol'Caldwell, atild that in elamltilnif nil the evidence, he wa unablo to avoid the conclusion, that the election In Jan tiary,' 1871, wh i fleeted by bribery, in the In tcresU of Caldwell, the purchase money having been paid by Cildwell himself. Having ar rived at thin conclusion or fact, It seems to be essential, nut .imply lo tho dignity and honor the Semite and the stain of puhllo feeling ol Ihe country, but for the preservatlua of the IrwtUitlionn unil. r tvlituli we live, that Ihe Sen nte should, lit tome wny.emphalic'tlly express Its condemuatlou of the trnusaction. Accord log to common law and usage, " running lbroni;b all Ibu English decUlona until now, bribed vote la no voto, and if It bo found that bribed voles effecleil an election, voided. When charge were made, thut a Senatorial election wilt procured by bribery it was tho bounden inty of the Stnate, under the const! tutional clause that made Ihe ben nte the (udjje of t-lect l'n qualiflcatious, to Inquire lutu the ro. i t I to 10 be plan in and in and and upon our hear W and ut A drtfeated Premier is at the hen 1 of the Enplif h Ministry and this anamaloua position of alTalrs l lite to tho an-tinnloiis refns.il of tho Opposition In no the victory they htd won Disraeli, who was sought tn form a ' caliinet. explained In ihe Ilouso of CommoiH, the oth er dav, the renmns that elond In the way satining lite position. II said that he could not tisve (ro a Ministry Into working- order. before next Kastcr, and that when It did np penr lieforn Parllnnient It would have lo on tho bnnU of the financial estimate of lit pre dncor. Not only would this subject It the dinner of being antvot'-d bnl II would hav to deal with question, far more import ant than the Irish University ' bill, such the Central Asian question, ' or the 1 Geneva award, on which hi party wnnld have had no time to mature a policy, and might suffer Immediate defeat. Bote a of tho parties concerned in the Cali fornia diamond swindle re paying heavily for their pari of Ihe frand. A suit wa begun aome time o, tn a Kentucky court, against two of these persons, for f 8.10,000 damages, and they consented Ihe other day to pay f 1 00,000 to gel lid of Ihe prosecution. ' For throe year the reading-room of New York Toung Men' Christian Associa tion, on Fourth avenue, has hern opened Sunday, secular hooks and paper being put away and plenty of rellglou reading, placed at the dlipossl of those who are present. This room I described a busy place on the Lord' Dsy. It I ordinarily crowded with young men, who greatly prlxe the convenience and ooatforts which it afford them. At o'clock' P. M , an Immense Blblo clas fathers under the instruction of Rev. Dr. Thompson. At six o'clock a ' plain tea I served in parlor to those who with it, csrds of . admit Ion having been previously obtained. Then, follows a short prayer-meeting, and after ad- ournment to the great ball, a ervice or ong, an address by soma city pastor, and then an other prsyer-meetlng, the latter closing half past nln. W ar not sure says the Con gregatlonalial but that tuch a building uch a work, come a near fulfilling the New Testament idea of a church and it service anything. ------ - - Ehik JVETtOATin. Pe'liti) it it generally known lo our reader, tbat an inves tigation bss been going on or late into lbs fair of lbs Erl Railroad Company before Leiilslalure of Nw York. Jy Gould among other lit beta upon In stand. Tb testi mony of tbe a;torn7 of tU Comptny, Mr. L. M.Barbw.lifU lb vail a Utiles and makes snnt rstht-r funny disclosure. The closure d-prive Geo. Sickles' sgeocy in "ralorm" ol tbu Erie Directory of mucb ortuat moral ubllinltv whlcb was claimed for It tit time. TU prlo of the reform was nearly 1000,000. Of tUI. about 1300,000 was paid th Rrdirmrn, who wanted to get into directory, tn th rogue who wr In, a inducement to tbm kgt wy to mor hon est mD. , Tas aillurni directors received sums varying from $30,000 to (CoOO'lnr rlgoatioa. r Tbey bad st first put their figur a hlgb as a million ana a hair, nut ua. le beat tbem down W tUOO.WKI. Uls rawarl was Ui oonolounau of having achieved great reform and a le of $73,000, Aaotbar oi thM Erl reformers was Marshal Sharp wbo pockated $100 tuva. prt- st. TlwJ over wers U EBrBIvry to pria Rleo ha been ad by lis unantmou voto of tb Spanhth public Tb emanelpallon Is immediate, the fieaduea are Invented with iH - the ecJ tigbta nf ether Ppwolah ettlsen. , On tbe clauses In ths act af easaoelpntlea give nialn bint to Cubs, la ths statement that na SnaaUls j RapaWlla Tah to t.r rtainiw lni." 1.,'v a JCcmricBKT. People are sometime gener ous. tr vGw of death, and when la n Mr an thvitauleway ot being resiled, but, munhV cent gift sometimes are bestowed in the midst of full life, and where the eapaoltlea for Itt en- Jfiysienta, are in lull play and unimpaired. ttocb easel deserve notice and commendation. A Instance of thi hind, reference Is had to Mr, J. B. Hopkins of Baltimore who has deed ed to trustee a tract of thirteen seres In that city for the erection of a hospital for Indigent sick and orohan. and t3.000.000 worth of property further at a fund for the maintenance ol the Institution. ' v ' "v ' ' "Commodore TsederMlt gave half a million dollars, a few davs ago, for the endowment of a Southern university, and now follow an other liberal charity of half a million dollars fot tbe erection of a female seminary on Slit- en Island, to be managed on the. plan of the seminary at Hew Batbjohem, in Pennsylva nia. Of tbieaordonrt, and In this con nection, should not be forgo itoo, the name and those.., munificent benefaction of Mr. George Pea body, during hi life time. Baw of -Knolakd BwiNDLn.-The meshes of tbe law appear to have closed rather sud denly, around the ring of forger wbo so skill fully swindled the Bank of England. The number of conspirator la believed to be three A. B. Bldwell, alia F. A. Warren i Georgs Bidwell, and Georgs McDonnell, alia Wilson Tbe person tald to be the latter, baa been ar rested in New York City; another said to be Uidwell, sllaa Warren, has been arretted in Havtna ; and George Bidwell It tbe only one of the alleged conspirators not in the, hands of the police. Assuming that tha. London de tectives are on the right acent, one is forced lo conclude that they manage three things bet ter in England. , ' Some of tbe English Police have arrived In land these persons. George MacDonnell or .. ..... j ,, . iscuoneii was luenitnea a a wen anown twlndlar who attempted, some two years sgo, to obtain by fraud $143,000 from Jay Cooke ft Co., sud I believed to be Wsrren, the chief of the gang, engaged In the Bank of England fraud. -" ; -' 1 Gbard Jubv.V8Ti. The Legielattire of Illinois I moving la tbe matter of abolishing Tn that State, the Grand Jory System. A pe tition to that effect has been referred by tbe Henate, to a select Committee and this ' Com mittee has unanimously reported a bill to abolish the System. They object to what they call a secret lnqutsltson, whereby any one may be scented, indicted, arrested, and injur ed In tbe loss of liberty and character upon nnfounded pretense. They contend that no one should be held for trial" on an ox-parU ex- amlnatlon, and that every man accused I en titled to have both tide of tbe case, heard, before he is deprived, even temporarily, or hie liberty. They hold that Grand Jurlea delay, and defeat justice that they prevent the speedy and certain administration of Justice, which can alone deter and properly punish crime. They recommend In their Mil, that all person accused ot crime. Instead of bring committed tn await the action of a Grand Ju ry, ar now, hall be examined by a Judge of a court of record, or by three Justice of the Peace, who shall hear all tbe evidence, and who may discbarge or commit the prisoner for trial. lit BB1IEP. of act to the at and as not af 8. die lb at by lb an their tVMr. G. L. Beach, of tbe Senior Clas in Tain Remlnary, accept a call to RnnUtown, Ohio; Mr. T. D. Child, to Chagrin Falls. MTWhm the freed mm In New Orlean enter a Roman Catholic church, they are quiet ly shown tn good ent among the white In the body of the house. The effect i easily calculated. ., ... Congratulation of Mr. Bout well. Mr, Sumner called on lnm tad said, "I congratu late Ihe country, I congratulate the State, and congratulate myself In having yon as my col league." A memorial tablet of the late Bishop East burn I to b erected In th Church of the Ascension, New York, nf which he wss foun dcr and flrat rector. Bishop Bedell will write the Inscrlp tlon. Tub Insolence of Ben Butler, Is shown rath er conspicuously in a reply reported to have been made by bim to a complaining conslllu nt about the eslary grab, that hi chare of the extra tax that Ihe bill occasioned 8 cents should be returned to bim. Theoretically, Porto RIcan slavery ceases at once; but, In fact, the fravdmen most remain on the Island and in service for three year, Their political rights a Spanish cillsen tip not become vetted until Ave year have clap ed. Tnaun Is considerable force In the remark, that those congressmen who took Increased psy for past service, are not lets guilty than tho who voted for th grab, while they will b looked npon by their constituency and the orld, as altogether lee manly. ' Tb appointment of Gen. J. D. Tfebatar Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Chicago is, perhaps, says tbe Tribuni, the beat appointment tbst Gen. Grant has mads since hie econd Inauguration. Gen. Weltr 1 sn excellent representative of Civil-Service Reform.' . ;i , A man wa arrested In New York, on tha sOtb Inst, on landing from tb English steamer, who Is believed to be Warren, tha principal In th forgeriee an tb Bank af England. A large amount of cash waa (bund on bim. He had no bonds with Mm, but papers were seised whlcb It Is said reveal Ibe whole plot, and criminate men of high position In New Nork. Tna "spirit" ofThodor Parker has lately 'enmmnnlcatrd through a Boston clrclo" tbat married people, instsad of thinking ef dlvorc whenever a slight unpUatantness arise, thould makt allowance for each other little temper, and study to eompoat rstber than i aggravate diOcullles. .Which is truer than wa com hi preaching while ha wa yet in tha flesh, Why cannot tha spirits communicate thus ea Ibly oltanert s . s . -.1 . . ' crTnn seventeen locomotives thst were st tach d by th Government for tbe tax sgalntt thsN. Y. Central Company, were sold st Al bany on ths ttd. and brought ao sven 91,000 a piece. Tbey were bought by an officer th company. Tber Is still four hundred and forty -flv lhound dollar du. The Company's attorney previously protested sgalut th al a Illegal. It is suppoad ths aw depot bull ding will next be selaed to sppy la llqulda- tlon of tb tax. R and polity nf th Dn tV Trespass snlui by th railroad In .1111- noUsgaiast pssaeagcrs who delay train by r iMing ta pay snore than three cents a mil erenow matched by suits again! tb railroads tor auH and battery, la case where they have attempted to srlot auctv troubletoow out- tomera.. Ten ooUar damage wer awarded Ibe oth day, at Sswaaee, again! a eondnctor of tb Cbloaga, Burtlagton A Quney Road who, nited by two eftb traia-offioiaSs, attemptea, dm -nneeafully . to nut I ths train a nn wao refused to. par more than t'-t C Ue tegai tare. woman of ArnVterst, Maa4 Itaa devbeA a contrivanea for the encouraging of eelibac fa tha shape of n.aelf faatentuir button. It need no bat ton-hole, , never nerds tewing on, and will go far toward making a wife nnne- cetaarT. All aplnttera who bare hitherto hai hopes will regard tbia woman at a malelaotor of her set. Republican Convention. W. C. Howells. Chairman. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . of of had off lTvclamat Ion. i ImosmaiTiB Tumi ) OF AllTlMU, V MiToa Omea. i PROCLAMATION J berebr made to th tahtbtunt of tt Inmrnoiatad Tlllair of AaMtabola. thmi h Ttrta of a ct of Uaral AmaiblT of ih hum r oaie.H I aaUwral r mny botm wltk tn thit Btala to Mil. barter, or ( w Dtritoaa. Tin. on, of mlt llqaora. IK oar of any- otacttoa hl wttbta said 8tat.aad that H U thdatrafTMnoa korpinf n plan tur tho lrrrr or tall or piriinaaa, Tlnnat, or SUM Hqnora, ta lo tktr aaublUhnMaw oa Mid Jy, ander Mnaltj of $100 $at aaa impriaon- nt in IM ennntv All Dmona ara heron aotlSsd and wamod of tha prortalunaof Mid at and that all Ttolsttoo of tho him will ooSJft tho offondsr to prompt and apeodf punlahmoht. , Tho Manhal and hi, aMUWat r -ro- anlrod and commanded to clrM all hon toand vto- Utlar th, prortalon of this aot on toe 1th day of April. A. U. lira, sad report forthwith) all violation Unrtof to Tho Mayor. dob tats nt eaj of Marts, a. d. im - g, ti. ami,, loyor. Proclamation. broomroavrav Vnxsaa of AaaeLA. MiToa'a Omca, nIIE otralifled electors of aaid Income- J rated Vlllaa, ar herehf aotlled aad rcqovatea to aaemoie at rrotoctwn nan.oa Booaar. ia Mrmi IT) dr of April, A. U. ISIS, to oled tha ibllowlBg om ears, to-wlt i una ooiiciTor ror two reora. One StraotOommlMlooor for two years. Three CoaneUmea for two Teare each. 1 WltDOM nr haad and seaL this 7th dnr of March. A. u. leia. ' . itivii . n. i.. Kino, narer it NEW FIRM I TIE nndertlKned IX snnoaac to the ettls onld" reapectfnny seas or aanraooia oaa Ttcin Itr that they aaay ba found at the old aund of B, 3. weue, wita A LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK or Wa hop by tow prices and Stir dealing to saertt a sbart - , of public patronac. A.' II. A E. W, SAVAGE. ttit T ETTEK HEADS printed in the neat M.-d est stries oi to art, aiine XI. 30 V ITHILE STONE (Lata Stone Coffin,) Largest Stock of CARPETS IN THE STATE t No Bhopwora floods, bat eYorythlng entirely now, st 215 SUPEEIOR STREET, CLEVELAND, O. SmltlS ENVELOPES. Having add a larce stock of Knvelepee we are prepared to furnlab tbea printed, at aboat tb sane price sa rlslB. 1K1.KOHAPH OFriCK.- GOOD WORK I GOOD PAY! NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO. ASSETS, $21,000,000 CASH. PAID POLICY HOLDERS 20,000,000 Deetres ths Berries of so XFPICIEKT AOBNT tli'a place and vacln'ty. To s anlteble pereon wbo will derote hie full time and latent to the dutlee of suency, deeirable terms, and a fevorable opportoallr wiu do onvrea. Amrc, wnn remrencee, J. as. SISSflNJB'rT, Woai'l (., 4111 Boa it, Chicago, til. TJUSINESS CARDS, better and cheaper tbaa ever before, at tn TKLKOHAPR OFFICK. Carpets . and Curtains ! i ,. ... . . Beckwith, Sterling, &r Co. - Bar th Largest sad Baadsomaat Block of Axminster, Brussels, Tapestry Three Ply, Ingrain and ,' ; low-priced '. ;;s , CARPETINGS, Otl Cloths, Matting, Jtc' ' i i 'Mrm Bhowa I Hortkera Okie. .-j- 1-, , ; - - , . I ComiJesj: Lace ' Curtains, . v ' - aaa .-. ' uy TiAMBREQUINS, ' A SPECIALITY, A TWL UR Of trHOLSTBT GOODS, BECKWITH. STERLING A C; ' ' . u 198 Superior Street,"' IS , I ; . CleealakMl. VISITING CARDS equal to tb best Vopoet rist. ssd oa tne flseet nnatol noar Ca'de, suae TELWOHAPU Omc. National Fire & Marine Ins. Co. , STAT! OF OHIO I . iUBaneue, JfatxASSEA, ISIS. TXT HERE AS, National Finn las. W N - Bkll.4uKk4. . k . . ra., aas aie ia uua oncesawora eiaiemeoi, or DtoDer OSlcer laereof. eaowlaa its conditio sad (ueae, sud ha compiled with Ihe Uwe uT thl. SteU, latiiMi to rtr inauma coaipaat laoorporatea other Butee of Ute Halted Slelaa. Cftmrch, SuperlBteadeBt ol lBeoraao nw th Bute ynio, aoBereoi oeritrjr laat eel corny 7 la call laed to traueaot its spprourUM battaeee of rtr Iaaa- ranee la thi. Slats, Is Bconedanee wtih law, during earretit year. The coadltioa sad bseineee of eetd Cobv pBrtkhdtof saoh ttaleatast (Dec 1, into vawwB ea raiiowe I Aaioanl of ectaaj paid ap Cast al. . ...... ' $00.00 Aaxretjate SBoanl of avetleble Aaeot.... i Amrreireie auaoent of Uanilttlee lesoep . cepiul). Including le tnauranoe ISCSM Aeauaal of iaoeaae a Ihe BtwModtag er.- laoeA S5AIS Auoeut of Ispeadllare ter the preooeAlBg Kar.iaeaeh - S.tSS wltaaea whereof; I ha hervoBto eahecrbed Baate. aad oaaeed tjae eeej t ee otee Jaaak) BaaaUed, the dajr aad jea v, t f. r, . enrc9,: f , .utnetu, a er eevvr-er iaiuk. . u. Sir its ins re- of tha i St IS eef to wttt- ' Carpets and Otl Cloths D. W. HASKELL T sSPtt?t!,aa6a! trinity 7 ., ,;.,..). - t .... t ..o Carpet Room, which Is sow ta pronss or arraaceaients aad repair. JUST RECEIVED I EIGHT PIECES OP CARPETIHG PRICK 40c. to l. rxa TAKO. T ahall edd eerr materially ta BT Carpet Stork In few days, end la feet propose to keep the beet stock i Aantaouia vounij. NEW- A BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS Jntt received of i J- CLOTHS,! IN' 4-4," 5-4, 6-4 AND 8-4. Abate to be sold cheap for each, I sat recelTlBf SxrlxiK Goods every week. Late srrlrala Include BROWN A5D BLI ACHED COTTONS, PRINT, HOOP SEIBT, BMADAM FOY'S CORSETS, CARPET WARP, c. c, Remomber Haskell is not to be undersold D. VT. HASKELIj, Corner Spring at d Main JSts. 1814 March, IS!. Don I Head This. CLOSING OUT SALE! W E beg to notify the citizens of AehtabnU and vadnJty that havlnf con cloded t tear Aehtatmla, w will sell oar J -1 i, '. N1W STOCK OF Wt GOODS FANCT - .1 , -....:.- GOODS, MOTIONS, CABPBTS AND OIL , , . ... ' : : .: CLOTHS, together with U Future, at ,.,,(, , ,. . ; : j,. if. 1 -i 1.- -.-nt : -i 25 Per Cent BELOW COST J ' . : , , i ' I - I 1 We otvr the shore ladaceoeata u tbe etoek mast he closed oat wlthla sixty days from dat. The .bore a tock comprises everythlag .!-' 1 - 1 1 1 anally to he fonnd la a Int class Dry . t I.I 1 , Good, stare. i the savin le "the early ' ' , , - , , . v- i 'v ,f,i - 1 ' ''' ' ! J bird catches the trt worm." i.'i : - ,,. . . 1 -..i-,. ii .- . - I 0 We wo14 adrlasall h call sarir and .- ., secure bargalaa. First con, tret eerred, , -tVDwst't rrwt tk rtaa. ,. , . PEOPLES' STORE. , . . . . U. .1 " Jf. B.Aay oa dasuia store Flitsree, saoh hew Case. Lass. Obalra, ., would do wtdl to eaU oaoa. . ' '' ' ' 1 ' PEOPLM" STOBB. DR. P. .E, MALL .-".y1 1 at esiae' ' ' 9 NITEOUS OXIDE, . XaUflxl.BT sOs-eVai For the pslele extraction af Testa, Bpsa tha taiest taiproved pwa. The eeleet and Beet uiw rt.i I oiaa. 1'he eeteet aad beet tbtw Itr that per laoaa vet dleeovered. il yoa have s troubteeosM tooth iuatyoa waal lo get ttd of aad aot kaow U to and tke the gaa. j ardti aavii. 11 v. TAJESa NOTICE, WHOM TP MAT . The aaeMded aeooaau of M. B. n. Vea Moraeaa, Bow ta By heal. Sue eotleellM. If B aetiled by the 1.1 of January, laiS. wl!! &e tu.uer or eutkwaiuei a tha wet of tb Indebted. aad eotVM at vj r tv , iVt Flft to fhr Ihe Md ee I a. ' T. RHUAL JXICT10H KOTIC1. , - The OneHSal Rlaetora of the Tnrniixwo'i-d VllUee M Aafcuhele, end the Plalrtrva aitaehad thrto ihr anmol parpoeea, are nemny nni'nm, inet BnoeilRj; wau pa at tk Kortb School hUina,ea Saturday Evening,' Jffvrvh BfM, 18T3, eject two MeMn of tha Tfoar nraAareHna.toaerre throe yeere eera, to Sit the teceedee peewetooed by eiplrstloa of ue tensie oi aerrice oi -. .j W et. Seyatoar. and to Iraaeaet soek ota tvalnea may be Bweeeery . ntnariwaVSr . JUST OPENED. Cheap 5lgbtftBdD7 CASH STORE. TlIE Subscriber lias just opened a at.r. ih atetlnn. ta tha Bew bnlldlnc erected on the Roiera' tJoraer. where mT be found St all time, tnp- ply of Urala Cora.Osts, Meal. . Also, a stock of " ., ' GEOOEEIES, Bmhraclng sll aeedfal supplies for hmtly bs. of the . . k. . 1 1 a . mA mtnA mil keeaar frash. a i . at x. M rOif'U V JtT ntnrl fll. AHRWARK. kltrv J Dttn-n wi aw m - - it la ths inientlon of the iubecrlber to be op wUn tne times In tbe excellence of hit good.. nd the low flfcvre at whtch they will be offered to tbe public, a inare o Mtronaee U foiicitoa. n, b. nurnnn Ainionia rro. id, ato. . . n.i. .ak 4mV Iff SPJtlNO & SUMMER. xo7a. t - f 1UVeJoetretelfamisof f,, HATS AND CAPS, For the Spring Trad. BILK BATS, FVB HATS, . CLOTS BATS, , YOUTH BOYS' HATS SILK CAPS. BLUB CLOTH CAPS, ' ! .) BOYS' CAPS, etc BXJFFA.3L.O ROBES -Alt! Over Coats. SOLD At COST For the Next 30 Days. ltOT EDW, . PIKBCE. AGENTS WANTED FOR McCLEUAN'l G0LDESI The Sret end only complete the Pecinc Slope: Desorlptiona of Producu, MoualaiBa,Scencry ,VaI Ukn Fomta. Waurfa IU. liave.a ora. too Paaca, ClrculAra Free. Boo lllitilralloas and Map. liluatrated WM. FLINT A CO CiscmtATl, Ohio. FOR BALK I OEVEN Acres of Land, with cood bnlldlnn and choice fruit Situated two mile west Aahiehula Vlllae-eua South Klrtae. This le a very deeir able property to any on seeking a home near the town, Price t.SOO. L. M. CROBHY, - "locators ofthc Beta to of Z. Crotby. IF you find youi-solf in a urry and can't wait (a have, a eutt nada tn order, vua cab be suited frota oar Stock of tne Beady -nude Coats, Pants and vests. . . .'' 1 . WAI' r BiUU. r i .SIS. J. S.OSSSIlli erIvv.i Real Estato For Sale!, SEVERAL Desirable Houses and Lots, Dwelltnn and Vacaat Lots, well located. Tern, sonable. Enquire ol K. S, BflxCM , Ashtabula, Jiaroh TU. isia. tuu ibk biucb. , QUaJbat FTfTTTT aXa'ta LATE ROSE POTATO. ASrW'SKKDLINO. 1TMK011A1.L.KD in paooutrrivsvfEBS. ',1 --- - vflovaramau in xvauj 1. ', ' , PAHFSCTLT H1ALTHT ttaa vteMed t to S barrels to tha Pound. Ctrcalar with Ueilnaoalale a. to yield aud quality free. Price, B suet b. Bi.ou.poei patcu peca, mm nan nan. einei, $10) bairrel, $v. OKO. W. t'AMPBKLu , ,,. 1 , 1 . Delaware, onlo. M. B. BATKRAM will raralah Campbell'a Latl Potatoes, al toweet ailvertleed rateey by bbbU or other- alee, and deliver free of eiueaaeei ralneevlfe. Geneva aud Aahubula. Caaipbeire Circalar lei la all about 1 aeni giane 10 sppucenia. Addreee, M . H. BATKB AM, PalBSSVtUa, O. tar At AoktaBtaila. the rtrmlira ma he oktatned atid a aauaule W Ihe noietoea eeee. el the store ef J. Faulkner Sob, who will eleo reculvaorden aad deliv er th packagee Rtr Mr. Batebam, IflilO WaU Paper ! .Wall Taper : i ' ' t-A t- i ' ' '.' FLOWER A MATTESON'S NEW DRUG STORE : ' !') : May be be found the beat saleeted Stack of Well lu every 7 mi hjh ww ejvew. ----- ara Ohio. Alt penotw vawtuig Fapor Hanging Wiub Shades win Sad It to tbelr latereel to (tre us call btilbre aha ting eleewaera. . , . , . , , , rtewt turret the fAaee. ormette the Aebubele Bo.ee. " JriXWMAMATIamN." A.atanua, etacca jtvb, i"' irnv V hbtory T II theSaona VetV I. v. River. Herb r of well rea I - Bow ll- M. 7 and par- Bone; of TO MOI.RIBON'S f OXXXUeVX ' I ' Closing: "Out '-Sale ... . ; -.'.' eawaa ' '? BARGAINS J !;;' Are dally glvta U . i " DRESS GOODS, -:. .: COTTONS, ,.-)'.r, .. W0LLENS BHAWLS , -I -'.I .-. ' t. H081EBT, OLOVES, , ; BOOTS AND SHOES,5 ' - pi- AND ALL KINDS OT GOODS. The Stock was hrge, pat Is Rolaf fcat tt lower prices tbaa ever before known ia Asbtatato A h I la dead caraeet, and atau what' ka tar, NOW 15 , . i.i ' I it . ft 't TOTR CHANCE. . . . ' tit- W .f Eemember that Delayeire Dangeroui. H. L. HOBBISOR. AsbUbnls, Kirch Mth, 187. Bargains in Dry. Goods ! W' I if . i .. . J" ITII a view to altering or rebuilding my Store the ensuing i ling seseoB, I will fur th Next Sixty Days Offer mj Entire Block of Dry Goods at Cost for Cdshf cither at Whole Bale or Retail. . Th Stock 1 Lara Sad embrace, almoet every variety of lreee uujfli, Cloths and Cloaking, - ' Bbswle, Boelery, ' Olove., - Yankee Notions, e..i - s My Stock of Herd war, Iroa and Nails, ' ' Qroeerlee, ' Urott. snd Medicine, . Palnu. tHIe. A.' " ' Will bo offered nnder current rate, for Caah tr order to rednce .tock much ss possible to the 1st of April nut. - All person, wl.htng to rll thewieelrr . af goodBae- gain, are re.pecUully invited to Improve tbia epportn- olty r uuiaua niiiiinee. .htabula, Jan. 15, 1878. . gPECIALITY. Having porchaped the excloeive right for th eona tie. of Ashtabula, Lake, Lorain sad Cuyahoga, (Includ ing Cleveland.) I am prepared to turniah my be Irons with tbuntp nwed and incomparably beaatifhl I, . ., . . Mezzotint . Photographs Uj. ,' (Metnerth's Patent and Improved,) T -Prof. Fowler, sutbnrof Mveral works on Pbotographv, who 1. acknowledged to be M autbority," thus speak to tne jraoiic " Some of loamele : me or the soneet, roundest, ana most rnannina nlctarae are Irine before us that can be t murine r" Meuotlnt " a good name, but it doe not eiplaia all it doe not tell joa a word of tbe marble like ap pearance which dietingaieea Ute picture from all other photograph t " : .. Hpeclmans or theee - moat unarming - pictaree caa be eeen st my Gallery. .' This style Core) 4 Tatet, 98.08 per Dec; or $AM per half doeen. Phohignphs .nal Style and eoallty, IS.S0 per do.; or Sl.Wper half doien. . . S.VIITH'S Tyler' Block, " ABT 118 OAI.I.EBT, ASHTABULA, O, THE BLISS QA9DEH FOI SALE .A.! np o of nearly three acre., nnder high cultivation and full of the cholceat fruit, with good sous and oat Baumngs in good repair; aleo. well, oi.iern,- and spring of never falling water, with three good pampe. The eprtng is eteht leet square, wall 11 tar cement, and 1HI mat ea tli drain oa th place. It ha taken the Sret premium Sir eight or lea years, without exception, and will he sold very cheap, with $1000 running one year, if deal red. AIM, a hone, wagon, garden tool, and aouaesold good. 8ituted)iltleeoolhwe.tortn borough limit oa th Round Head road, know as ths Bliss propertr. CHANCE FOR BUSINESS, XlIE SUBSCRIBER oontewiplatinff a change of his business location, one or eeiiing or rearing ' o BtuiioB. it coneieu oi a eomtonable. and the store I doing buaiuee. for reare, and Ihe stock of good with which it i eupplled. Tossy on with atodcrato capital, and business tact, the chance Is good mm, aa the business Is eaubll.hed. and the oa rebate may have the aa.nranca of it. nninterupted .coultauanca bb4 the locality, which I. a ploaaaut one: ebowe lmprote- sent and increase In population and tmportaao TTerms will be made eeay. imllratlna mav he nrfa to the SubeCrfber IS BeTMa or by letter. fossasaloB girea tl flret of April - BUY ( Linen I UY Glovea, Mittens, Ilandkernhiels, i sad Paper Dlckeya, Collar aaat CnS. Tiee. ecrat., atumere, r u r ibu aMnivim viuu ua Leather Valioea, Liaea and Wooiea bnl pa, ,im ahtft buy everything In th line of , ,., . ,, Borpeaaere, Enameled Cloth ana Cloths, Clothing and Gents' KurnUh . ing Goods at lh Clothing Hoass of , - , w . . , UK "WAITK A rILlZ 1 ..iiaO , Choice Village Lois fof Sale, I'hE'SuU fibers offer fot lb Vie We Low, ltnUd la varlea. par OC the horhBgh, of them very choice lute. Smal pa meats duMI and Weg Urn oa oMaace, aad allal b wee 11 . ristrt . rfijABUAut 1 the Spring I deslr. neprrrpenv-n pejuraoa; awemng oommoajone ana n which he is now snd has ir?yjii . . VNLf TV. i -w.