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WEEKLY TELEGRAM A8HTABVLA OHIO. Saturday Morning, April 7. 1873. tW One million f dollar baa been ppr . priated by fb Pennsylvania Leglalatura- tut ;h Centennial Celebration. All lhe gold effV-red by lit Govern Meat on the 25th la Nw York, l ,800,000, M IxMighl by Jay Cuok at Mm IHplr Igure tsT A fctrnser OonOnfrfinw Cfcnvral', Senator Gordon, of Qeoryin, presMoil ver tlie Senate on the 85th, in tbc atecne of , Vice-President Wilson. " . taTSHBol-rra rmen pockets," which is nly brief way of saving tliut we brought Holbinf Into this wnrld, and It f certain we ta carry nMhlng eut. ... ,, , . ' t3T Congressman Sprague, of Ohio, who Toted against the salary steal, uES-r to return the-money to the Treasury, or Mil lor the elifllothe taxpayer of hi district. ClTTweed has profited by CalJwell' exam ple, and resigns his scat in the New York Senate pending the Investigation of bis case. The Committee In charge of I ho examination hare been discharged. " The Hon. James Dixon, who represented Comtcticni In the Senate from 1827 to 1809, And'aompromised and killed himself by an eflbrt to-spread himself over Joluisoiiisin,. died at Hartford a few days siucc. MT tfcnaiorBiujry's-case did not seem to the Committee to whom h wm referred, to present facta enough to call for any Investiga tion, and it- has been summarily dismissed from consideration by the Senate. ' tySMAToa Murphy, Director of the Ess; Itivef Bridge Company, says twelve mil lion will be required to complete the entire work, nine Bullions for the bridge proper, and the remainder for land damages in con structing approaches. . As effort ha beeu made by Wliiltivr the poet, by way of a petition to the Legislature to recall the vole of censure upon Sumner's ob ivlon resolution, but both Houses of the Mums. smbly very properly aud rl.'litfoiuly reject the thin;. OT A German fleet lift been ordered into Spanish waters. No intimation is given of the . ulterior uriose ot this movement, or, whether it has auy significance in cou nection With the reCasiU. or '.he Courts ol Berlin, Bt. Petersburg, aud Viuuna to recognize the Re public. fjf Those, members of Congress w ho have declinded to take the extra i-oinpcntmlioii have done a good thing, and deserve full cred it for it. But will Ihey give us the assurance that they have uot only refused, the grab, but they have fixed It where they can't reucu it hereafter. tST The Rjmau Catholic Binh ip at Cleve land, Ouio, ha imuod a vtry ill-advised Lun- ton pastoral to his uiochh, in which hu boldly proclaims that Catholic must bo ('Uk otic first aud 0U'ia?;u afterward ; Unit nation ality must be made sutiordiuatu to religion ; that tuo Ck ircli is nlxivd the Si it ; and that Cathollo citizens must di-tn ind their share of the public school money, and must sustain separate schools of their own etc. 17" A bill taking upon the Bute the bur den or defense of the parties in the trespass suits brought by the railroads has paused to a third reading in the House of the Illinois Leg islature. This looks as If tlio railroad com panies' of that State were starling up a piwer that ihoy -may find It difficult to manage, and baslde, the example they have set, may have its luCuence iu other States, and possibly ex cite a general raid upon railroad moralities. tF Judge Sherman's career as a lobby 'at for the New York Stock Exchange has exci ted deep disgust among the members of I ho Cleveland bar, and inuuv of them havu de clared their unwillingness to practice in his court , At meeting or the-Cleveluud Bar As sociation on the gfliu a resolution was consid ered calling for bis resiguaiiou, but action up on it is delayed to hear what the Judge lias to ay for himself. tr There was an nINoar who went through nearly an the battel of the Mexican war with out a scratch, and was killed by the kick of a mule on bis way ho:ow ird hitiora lie reached tb circle of admiring fin-mis who were preparing to give him an ovation. Ills name was Garfield, but there is a Uencral of that name whose experience has been sonicwhal similar. After elormliiifthu height of Credit Mounter, and breasting the deadly coulentt of Oakea Anns' memorandum-book, to be killed by the 1 3,300 salarygrah la worj than being kicked, to death by a Jackass. aVWiiiN McDonnell, Hie liauk of England Tger, was braught np before the United Bute Commissioner in New York, Sergeant f the-London police force was ou band w lib the warrant of lbs Lord .Mayor for hi arrest uader the extradition treaty. How thorougliJy mai. skillfully the KnglUh Uitetlive have dene their work la shown by their brluglng oneof McDuunelJ's female Irleuil Into cowl yesterdu to Identify him. Hliu was scorched out and arrested In lime to l on her. way to this couutry by. the steamer that followed lh Thuringia. ; ,, tWO . th 871U lbs firmer of Peoria County met at Peorlaj and formed a porwa neut organization (or the dolenwi ot their in Ureal agaiuul the encrwachiaeiiU itf Hie rail road cmuu&ui. Their rtwokiilous pledged their voles, regardh ss ( party,, tu future to rrprnsvhUlivM of llit-ae iulenuis ;. deny the railroad doctrine of vested rinbu mid viu-iup-tion for lrgtslaijv coutrol t call lor Congt:s tonal regulation ot" through IrutUui waru the Lcgis.atur not to adjourn without having a thieved some adequate r-iilroad legislation, ad rebuke any use of 0rcO by the ral'.routl compauisa to eompi tUo payini'ul of illegal fare. Several Congressmen are now announce J as having invested their extra pay in bonds of the United States, and destroyed the UoUiU ; but v ir true, does uot restore lite money to the Treasury uuiess iUj f ji hat be. n made to ppear on the boki o. Hu Djpariiueat. Such bonds, "datioyed" without proof or know! d,' of the Treasury, will couiinu to be csr ried ludsfiuitely as a part of lb public debt, Wjiu an acvumulaiiiug uUiri scooiwii. Ouly twa'Jlcpreaeniative hive iskiioibi kue and hoaasl course of puiliug the money back into the TrwMurj. .. , t .Postal. Postmaster General Crsssacll sks th AUonuiy-Oenral wbrther the Ooy. rMMut has nit U right to protect Hie pos Uliatoresu or the cvuniry galut tbo course Thrctad by lb railroads, who, although, ihsy have yUitaed fur the moment, may renew tarir menace in th future. JU put six quest ions U the Attorney Oeaeral, the substance of which Is, whether th- Government nsy not postal -cars ijf Its own, when the railroads ftiM to do so aud", if not, what tha Post CBce au do In such t crisis to ssv th iut-, iwnse postal luterests of thi' counny from ru iuous couTuslont ' ' ' " " . ,: of to a . 1 Judoi O. M. Tatiff, of Warm, Is th dele gate to the constitutional convention, from that county. Judge Tuttle Is learned In the law, aad ss common pleas judge and practi cing attorney has had wide and valuabl legal experience. We nolle that assessor Harrington, was among th candidates. The following resolution was passed at the conven tion, which met at Warren- oo the CtVulf. Retolmt, That James A. Garfield, by kjs voting for the mroacttv salary bill, bas ror fvlted the confidence or his constituents, and therefore, we, representatives of Hi Republic an parly ol Trumbull county, in Convention assembled, ask hira to resign, forthwith, bis ofllces our Representative In Congress. Gold In Wall Street, mi Monday last show ed considerable volatility, and reached an al titude that has not been touched for some thing over two years. Bales were made at 118J, a premium It bas not Commanded since Aug. 0,1870. The money market seems to grow tighter as gold goes up, and loans were made at the rate or 289 pr cent. year, and there were rumors el transaction at th ruinous rates ot 1 per cent a day, 883 percent. year. The purchase of million ami blf or gold, a few days since by Jay Gould Se Co., must have proved somewhat profitable Investment. This movement opens field for theory and speculation ss to the cause of this sudden advance in the value of the basis of the circulating medium, and the consequent effect upon that medium generally. Or th flint, muner tu easier and Gold dorpped down lu 117V The Resolution of censure passed by the Constitutional Convention, upon our Repre sentative In Congress, nn doubt spoke the scnlimcnUf a large proportion of the Repub licans of the County- It cannot be denied that there is an outspoken and settled feeling of disapproval of the salary vote, in its re troacliuu feature. The step was no doubt a painful one in view or the strong feeling of respect that baa beeu so unilormly felt for the Genes), by bis constituents, In this county. They felt, however, that all the pretentions of the party for honesty of profi suion had been compromised, and that, too.by the prominent, acknowledged leaders ol the puny. Deliber ation and delay was dungerous, if not fatal. It wus, therefore, iliftlcuft to let the occasion pass without a decided expression ofdlsiip provnl. They had withstood the Credit Mo bilier developments, and had begun to lift their heads from the sliume tliut bowed them so low, when this salary grub was precipita ted upon them. The couveullon cffVied the first opportunity of washing their hand in inoceiicy. Though there were in the Conven tion calmer counsellors than the majority ap peared to be, their influence wa impotent. So out of the fullness or llie heart the mouth guvc iitlcuinco. It would, uo doubt, have been better lo uttk for an explanation and de fense, and It is to be re,TeleJ that that course whs not pursued and upon that (o have regula ted this expression. Now, the explanation will have to couie alter the action- of thu Conven tion Iiiis has been, lakeiv and the Rttpubiiuiui. electors or the CouiHy have Uikuu their po sition. Alcohol as a Mkdiunk. i. Benin, In. the Sc-l.-ntlflc and Sanilary Dopurtincrtl oi tint Chrutiun Union, advises the use of alcohol iu cases or prospective or severe fever, aud also, advises Its use m a slimiilent by old people. Itisasubject worthy of gruvo consideration, whether there i not danger to be apprehend ed fnlm advice of thi kind, coming I mm such authority. Case are not rare of men addict ed to their cups, who trace tlthur the forma tion ol thu taste, or their lapse from reforma tory roioluilouj, to tha me of stimulants rec ommended by their physicians, and wo occa siouly hear of a phviciaii having an appetite for liquor, taking advantage ol the provision nittijp for his patient, to Indulge th a nppellte t thu bad side of such patient. II there Is danger In sueh cuses, and' iippetilesare in dulged, awakened or strengthened, U U more than questionable whethrr a physician doe right in recommending such stimulants In his practice. We know tliut the propriety or impropriety or ueu a course, turn upon the decision of the question, whether or not those medicines may not he substituted by others as cflluaclous and at the same lime free from tha objuctlou hlulcd at. Upon this quest ion, there is a diirorenco ol opiuiou.some of our ablest practitioner holding to tltelr use, while another equally able uud probably a more nu merous proportion have yUdded to the ad vanced idoaa'id ab-inJonudthuLr uso. Ojtilde tof the medical fraternity, we appreheud, a much larger ratio of opposition is, to-be found. This though ol' soiim weight iu- the discussion of tuo subject, the Ductus will uo- doubt tell us that his opinion, backed by experience will out weigh a score ot such wltiiesaus. Tho reply naturally present Itself to , thi posltiou, that every ino Is qulitlod to- judge ot th effect of alcoholic aiiinuiauts In hi own case, as is perhaps, his medical advisers, Ws are lUereloro, eucouragud lo as -rt our individual opinion, that this class of medl ciues are In most cases, poruioious, rather than beneficial, as a rumediulageut, wltlltuit ref erence to the other obj.-ciloii that of effect upon.tUe appetite. Giving credeucu then, to the mor or less common opinion entertained by th (rstenlty, that there are substitutes enough lo be found to- eutlrely supply th pi to of these llmulntt, aud the two objections, to their use directly huut'ul and pernicious effects upou some, aud the stimulating ot the spjielitceol others, aud w lltluk the weight opinion isjln favor of their disuse and aban donment, as au element of th uialerla me- dlcn. From lb Chicago Trlbane. Chicago detectives have the honor of having dealt, years auo, with tit gang now known fainu a the Bank of Eiglanj( forgers, and of having routed them out of a swindle which was sobbing the farmers aud mere haul of thi Slate of .luuulred vfthousaud of dollar. Tue chief liv the late stupendous fraud began business lu, this city In 1863, consisting of b tying produce uf all kind in the Interior ou credit, which wa never houoreJ, and of sell lug, always for cash, which was .Invariably pocketed Ot course, Hi profit of such a on sided business were heavy one of lb trio uiadu $100,000 In a rear mouth. , The nest was broken up, aud on or the gang arrested. He broke Jail, aud be aud bis com rail sought wider fluid, . fur their genius in tha Old World. . . 0. l-.ks can due Laki Fkkiout. There I now In store In Chiuago, wailing for the opening of lake navi gation, any th Chicago 'riuit, th follow ing dock of grain: Wheat buh I. ........ 1,478,04(1 Corn .-..w.-..-i-.8,l80,6W) ' Oat M47.06I Rye.. , uoa.KiMj Barley. , ..lUo.Wi ToUl i M0.81J,l7a! This grain bas been put In stor here express ly for lake transportation, , TI'S corn cannot be moved in auy other way, Behind Ibis stock tilers are millions of bushel of oa aad wheat th crib nd Station warehouses 11 over the Vest ' The rata demanded forMiraaa-' ; portatkm from Chtcago to Buffalo ar 10 cents per bushel lor corn, and w ar Informed that It Is proposed to advance these on future char ters to 18 cent per bushel. Corn can be mov td at present only by watsr, and the lake car riers ar dependent upon the corn crpp for their profits. Th Atlantic, of th Whit 8 ar lis oeeaa ieaniers, wbil on her passage iron iiverpooi to new Yjrk with about enethona. and persons on board, nine hundred being emigrants, fifty cabin passenger and th re mainder officers and crew was lost; Runnln sborot coal the ws headed for Halifax. the-night she struck a rock and sank, drown ing about soven hundred and fkfljr ool of tk thousand, not on Mtb women or children oeiog saved, me lortwar CQiament this tragedy until th facts are more lull known. There Is a terrlblo respooslbiUlj somewhere, a tblsorah wa. it If said that th Stock ol the Western Uniou Telegraph Co i - 1 .i .... an wrcu sum oui oy me present managers, i aooui m cents, ana purchased by the Van aeroitt party, who have run It us lo 83 an upwards. This has precipitated a determlna Moo oo the part of these managers to with draw from the W. TJ. Co. and to combine and consolidate aU the opposUlon lines. If their management shall be undertaken by Mr. Or- ton and the experienced managers of the W U. the result will be a lasting and formidable competition. The public are luYVefor, to be congratulated on this condition or things, If It be true. The result will be sctlye competi tion, lower ratea for mosssges, and a wider ex tension or telegraph facilities. Oca Republican friends at Jefferson in con stiiuitonal convention assembled showed anot her phase of party demoralisation, by forgetting the claims of good manners, and behaving like a bevy or Democrats. Even Father Howells lost bis self-possession and oore Himself like any common sinner. He hardly observed the injunction, "be angry an sin not, and we deem it our duty to bestow upon him thi bit of admonition. We feel al so like extending it to the chairman, but as be is not of our persuasion or parish, the obll gallon is less Irresistable. CTGkkat Revival at Dbrvkh. A great religious revival which has been In progress at Denver Col., for some two or three weaks. un der the direction or the Rev. E. P. Hammond, continues with increased interest. Sev eral hundred conversions have been made. At the request of a prominent sporting man, 200 ucacia were distributed, on the 20th, among gamblers, suloon-keepers, and prostitute. Many attended the meeting, occupying rt-serv e! seat, five or six of tins class arose for prayers. A committee are visiting all tbe sa loons, bouses or prostitution, etc. .praying with the inmates, Inviiiug them to meetings, snd sre received with respectful attention. Six prisoners in the Jail are said lo be under deep convicuou. rrnyer meetings are held in the Jail every morning. The iufliiencu of the meetings is extending among professional and business men. o """ Issued from the United Ststes vMuto iu uinu iiivemurt, mr tna week end- hid Mrcu. H, IH73, and ech bearing that data. Kur il. TV v f: ' vu toi "oiiciims orrstouts. Vttunuia-lun,.Zl. V, Hand Rat. J. Retford. Cildwell. Plow. N. Burcli.No. Fairfield. treadle lor Sewing M ichiue. C. J. F. Krofft, iieveianu. Gas Healer. C. II. Prentiss. Cleveland. combined Ironing Table Lap Board, and oiep Lsviuer. It. U. Mnl li. Cleveland. Bpllce tor Railroad RaiU. U. P. Adams. vieveiunu. Drill Teeth. 8. Black. W.t Alexandria. rurnace lor Keheaiiug Metals. &e. 11. Chls holm Clevelund. " Means lor Operating Steamboat Chimuey. J. t'liristy. C'lucinimll. Vent Bung. W. F. Class. Cleveland. Lining Roiary Puddliug Furnacea. . Dank, Ctnciunnli. Wheels for Vehicles. J.L. Dora. Hamilton couuiy Lite Jers-rvlug Float. T. Uosnier. San aiiHKy. Bureau or Wardrobe Bedstead. C. Mv. rin vimiiraii. n . Hub for Vehicles. T. Rodger et al, uatl. Cinqln- Electro Maenotlc Annunciator, G. W Shawk etal, Cleveland. Pumptfozzle. CO. Wilson. (lolnnibla Spiral Spring lor Furuilure. H. J." Hard Ak ron. Sink. R. C. Schenck, Jr. Dayton. Medical Compound for kra Disesses. A. B oimpson. camden. Machine for Slaves. N. J. Templeton. Cln clnuali. Sulky Harrow. O. W. Van. Gorder. Warren L.ami. 1.11. WUIIe el al Cleveland. Tea Kettle. C. D. Woodruff Tl,.rt,. Swing Jolut ror Pipes. J. It Worswlck et al vieveiaiia. ' Hillsoad Rail. A. McKenney. Maumee City. at uuuiug isevioc lor itauoau null Jolut A. McKenney. Maumee City. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A Card from II. Co well & Go., Jewelers. XJESIDES keeping our regular stock of Fin Jawelir, rrsaca Clocks, Ae., w an auklng a pocUhy nf tb bsst Amsiieab and foreign brands of waicnss, in asavy, atoai easos aiads sspticlsllr ror onr irnes. aoapioa ror MRaant,CIrks, lloohanlos. Fsnn. srs, snd sll wko waal momiMu( piaoitosl aud ssaslbls with no fcncj prloss. Wtlh svery Wstca eomss a ter. tldcais of warrant which ws will sead with lbs Wstch, O. D., with lbs privlWf aamluattoa btftirs yoa It. - Onr rsftirsncvs ars ibis pspsr, lbs Clsvslsad Humid, Uader, and Plata Ovalar, bldsa thoounds who carry our witf hss. Head fur clrcalar of prtcss. id .urn irm bj nan. smarms or est M M. OOWKLL CO., "tl W Bsnb St., Clsvthutd, O. m 1 HE undersigned wouM , respectfully Inform th. elilnns of A.htabsl aad nrroandtnc lc tilt tlwt w. am .1)11 balding- (Urth al lbs old aland sad with lo ys few word. In rard to our bs.ln..s. Ws fml .ry n.aiful fur ih. hbrsl palruns huw tl on a. durluf lb. uut thras jmn and hot la ai.rll II.. ..m. In h. lulur,. W. h. bwaV. sonvlacMl by put .xp.ri.uM thai lbs sndtt vtutm Is sol on I ji li,jrfc... u lb. lh.tll.r, bultl.oluth.hurtil s.tb. .lli niu.l rliarg. s largor proli ta ordor to euv.r lou.a whn li mu.l nvwrl)y ocar. W. hsv. Ih.rarors dcldU lo cIum out book, va lbs lOlbol ADrU and Mil vxclu.lv.ljt fur r Cauh or Ready Poty, altar that rial. W. .ball wdaea our hall Ndaes and soil at a lbs ami Imi llitn proSt. ur pric lo ta. T.rr ONE FKiCK ONLY. roat. and .lull Mil low.r tluia lbs Mm. oud. him .m. h.. told la Aablsbuta. Our sUMb la largo, auibntcluaa FULL LINE OF OR00ERIES, DOMBSTIO DRT UOOM, BOOTS ARD BflOU, CROCKIRT, CLASS WARS, . Ws a.k thoss wtohhw to pwetwM lo eat snd sm ourn.w ll.lui prt0M,uw. ImI oavlaMd Uatl ws do you itood. Ws ant dlli K In lotKMt and mut bine of fr. aud will p lbs blgbwi awkM pvt, la aaab or trsuo MOOKE A BRO. Aibubula, April 1st, ltn. stitta VA1MTINO NT1ISW HE undersigned v would reaocotfiillr snnouiK to 'ba paopT of A.hUbula aad .lelnlt that K," pranxl lo do patatiua; la all tt various braucaaa, aaatalv I . PLA-IH AKD OBJTAMENTAL CARltlAGE PAINTING JBANINO OLAXING, PAPER AMaiMA. WALL ARI CRTUNO DKOOUATIN, FLAG, BAH- MBE, AUD CURTAIN. FAIMTINO. As. Mixed FsImU aad Varalab of H klada. Ibr sal la . ; v. o, how nr.' will ; ia-t y 'i,'! Wl,TT, Aat fw tlM UwTnnl. t Sln fi,9h? Insarjnc Co. 0.h e.r SS0.OU. 000 Gold. p.rwpiiHytl.hl.. " in u. a. (S.W0.0U0. Stocbboldsra bIm mi CIPLKVJ ROK ITSM. INGHAM, CLARKE & COMFY, Cleveland, Ohio, OFFER Books in Lltcrator and BoddI all departments of BookMll.r ane Ltbrarv rommlttws .lihrr for Public Prtrstc. SanaSt Uraani. Mfdlcal or U Llbrarira. Tb.lrai.la nlrtmoai, ITS in ,uK.n, wimaq wi'B .T.rr nrMHai atooka and Stationary. Wsmpmcnt EVERY BRANCH o LITERATURE Law, Mnllcsl. TholotTal. Mlw.tl.Mons, ntlAe, Dabbath School, inrtmlhi. Blank, A and atairtcal Bank, (ttatlonprv and Bchool Material. Drn.Hon oT Ih. Amarlcan BIM. Hoel.tr and th A! Kgioat and Sabbath School Publlihln Sncl.tl. Anr Book adrarti.nl in anv papw oa anr aabjset Milwt tt oa ncelpt of prtos. INGHAM, CLARK A COMPANY, MT BUFKHIOB T., CLITXLAND, O. Smltlt B. II. STAIR Jo CO., Late ). SrAia A Ho, ' Wbolasal and Rstell Dealers la Seeds, Plants, Bulbs, Fruits, &o., IIS ONTARIO ST., CLIVRXAND, O. dtltlf CLEVELAND WINDOW GLASS COMPANY Dealers In Xna-lish, French, Anwrleaa, Parts, Orna ibmiui, car, cnacb, Plctnra, Floor ' and Rooflni C S J3 p LOOKING GLASS PLATES. ISO 1S1 CHAMPLAIN ST., R. W. FAUisa, Sec'y. CLEVELAND, O. feWNext door to John Worlej.s Wholesale Ptpr smixis LEFFIN G WELL Jk COMPANY, iaroBTsnt or French Plate Glass ! Flat .old at New Tork prices. WHOLES A L AMD BSTAIL DIALIBS IR FRENCH AND AMERICAN WINDOW AND PICT URB GLASS. v Omtmental Ulam. rcolonwl tm.u n j r.-. snd EmhoMed.) " """"""" Rough snd Flnted Plate Ol..., snd Olaslers' Bepplles. Diamond., Putty, Point., Ac. LOOKING GLASS PLATKS wo. n7Mt. Clair m.. fl lVIt m nim animate, snd samples ntrnlehed on application. irtIS NEW FIRM rPIIE nnderiiienpfi wnnld respectfullv M. sin(kaanjt It,. .1.1. a a - tv . ' ... Ulli Willi A LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK OF Ws hop by low prices snd hlr dealing to merit a share of publto patronage. A. II. & E. W. SAVAGE. 11 o An an v m t ITHIEL STONE, (Late Bton. Co&Tn,) A TB Largest Stock of CARPETS! IN TBI STATE I No Bhopwora Goods, bat .Tarythlnt; sntlraly a.w, al 215 SUPEBIOE' STEEET, CLETELAND, O. SnltlS ENVELOPES. Having a.lded s Urge I stock or InvalMi.. mm ... A.f-t. then prlatad. al about lbs asm. pnee a plain. JBORAPH OFFICI. TKL" GOOD WORK! GOOD PAY I : . i s : I ;, WSBBSaaBB ' ) NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO. ASSETS, 121,000,000 CASH. ' PAID POLICY HOLDERS $20,000,000 Jhl! .r,Tir7. JI RFFICIRNT AOKNT fur inof hi. nil! lima and tal.ni.lo in. diTuiTof its b oATpnd. Addrcaa. with rer.iwneea. .A. HkMNKTT.SAoai) 4tttt a a , a Hub ftsi. 11 hloeifu, Hi; iutXM.Vi CARDS, better aad muwrnvrnw inu bsArM t hi - - TXfJtOBAra OFFICI. Carpets and Curtains ! Beckwith, Sterling, it Co. Bar th largest and Baadsoaiast Slock of Axmtnster, Brutaeli, Tapestry, JinreejL'iy. ingrain and ... j , LOW-PRICED - v , :, CARPETINCS,: OH Cloths. Matting, Ac. Kvs Bkowa la Mortasra Ohl,' ' " ' " Cornices, : Lacoi Curtains, LAMBREQUINS, V A SPEC tALIT X. . " A rtU, LIRB OF TJTKOLSTRT OOOD8. BICXWITU, 8TKBLIICO A Co.', ' '. - 8 Superior 611- Vt . CIVlt. ). j VLs( OAUDS Kiual to the best ' fVS4 a tha line Wt Rnacsl , (sa,Al.t7 TALRuRAFU OfflCK. Carpet and Oil Clotht. D. W. HASKELL Iteta laav W sav to Ik etthaa of AMabnta and vMnlty, that ba bas added lo bis Dry Goods aad tToea rf Stock a Carpet Room, wklck U bow la ptoM laimceasal aad rapalr. JUST RECEIVED I EIGHT PIECES OF CARPETI1T0 PRICI SO, to ft.) FRR TARO. I shall Sdd v.rv natartalto ta, m (Vnut auw l . fcw dare, sad la bet ptopos to kMp Ik best etock la Aahtabula Cvantv. NEW & BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS Jast rectvd of IN 4-4, C-4, 6-4 AND 8-4. Abot to ba sold cheap for cask, I am recetTiag Goods vary weak. Lata arrivals Include BROWN AUD BLRACHBD COTTONS, PRINTS, HOOP SKIRT, 8MADAM FOT'B SORSRTB, CARP XT WARP, Ac., Jfe, Remember Haskell is not to be undersold D. W. HASKELL, Comer Spring aad Mala St.. Ill March, 1973. DonH Read This. CLOSING OUT SALE I We beg to notify the citisena ofAahUbala aad vactaltjr that kavtag eoa- 1 ' ' - , . clodod I kmv AabUbala, w wlU sail oar KRW STOCK OF DBT GOODS FANCY - OOOOS, NOTIONS, CARFRTB AND OIL CLOTHS, together wllk aU Plxtaraa, at 25 Per Cent BELOW COST ! Ws offar tk. abora )sdtKnta M lh .lock . vast be doeaf oat whbla slstjr dajr kmm "" ' Sal. TbesboT. stock eoatprte .Tarything soal)7 t be foaad la a Srst rlass Vty ' -. Goods stor. As lb. earing t'tberr Wrd eauk the Brat worm." W would adTle aU to call aarlr aad , -tocar baraalaa. First ooma, trat samd. . UB, Fargwl th pu. . ' PEOPLES' STORE. ' . V. B.Abj oa desiring stor Ft mures, sack ss Show Oaaaa, Uasa, Ckain, A-, woald da wvll to aaH t I nil. " ' ttie " FROPLXS' STORR. DR. P. E. II ALL M cats 1 ' NITROUS - OXIDE, m paiuMe waawctM of Taetb. aaoa tk. lauet latum' pua. I be sabaai aad bMt tbluy Hr thai pur. Ilaonnnd. If oa have a Irouklanm. inat poa. tot al - . .i . -to , ibal joa waal to aal rid aad as kaoa- UMiriuk. jm oiaooiTa tbe ga. XjMt laall. 1 1 TAKE NOTICE, WHOM IT MAY coaoera.. Tb anaattlad aeconnuoTW KAI.V, Vaa i Monuaa, row la my kanrt. rr eollKtloe, If ot ssttled hj tha lei of Jaaaar. ISIS. wlU be ifcaraaiUr la lor aolleciiaa at tb& r.i tj k. ii.t.,j iiMB. - in J a and au. at oaca, s . I. O. FiojaAA. i n JVSVkL ELECTION XOTICE. a tnrorpnrat.d Tlllsn ol Aabubula, and lb IHatrfMe atlaohad th.r.tS fcr icVoof aarpoM. hr,b, notl.d, thai . aawiln. imTi sMJU Tt taadk Nofth lhnA BnllHIs.. Saturday Evtning, March J MA 1879. BJemnw of Ibe Board of Bdoratlon.to.,, I"l 1 BTebSJ VMpa aaawH n Slit Ka I . at . ' . w aari aj TSM-ansacaava. WrCSSIlUPVa Df nJ aivnirtaltaiB faff tKat twa i -A aa . ' "' and to Iraaaeot sock Mbw baalaoas -v v. ... pewrn. GRO. W. DICKINSOIf. JUST OPENED. Chsap Itltkt aad Tj CASH STORE. m 1IIE Subsoriber una mat nnsnail a Stor al the Station, la iba Llui r. . . hmn' ah.r. K. I." Hi ot Oraln-Cora.Oata, ileal; ii. " "" Also, a stock of GROCERIES, Embtaoina sll needful annnllea fhp hmd. .v. "MqiaiiuM, ana ana an a.w rrean. Ahw a Stock of CROC'RRRT and GLARBWARR. It I. the Intention of th. anh.iK ... k. nM ut. .1.. . li k .k ,c.'l,en or bis rood', and the low Simr ---- win -im. vnerou 10 in pamtc. A snare o aantaonia, reo. 1 a, una, mis SPRING D SUMMER. 107a, ' 1 ksv Just recalrad s fhlJ Has of HATS AND CAPS, For 0 Spring Trad. SILK HATS, FUR HATS, CLOTH HATS, YOUTH A BOYS1 HATS BILK CAPS. BLUB CLOTH CAPS, BOYS' CAPS, etc BUFFALO ROBES -AN! Over Coats. at OOST For the Next 30 Days. I BBW, . PIERCE. AGENTS WANTED FOR HeCUUAN. GOLDEN Th. Srat and only com plat. Hi Pacific Slop.; Deacrlptiana of Producta. Mouataiu.ScwMrr.Vid hratoty of thHcaona lervB. Rivera Lakaa, Foreala, Watarfalla. Bay.. A H ao illuauattoaa aad alapa. Illuatratcd CI Wat, FLIRT A OO CntcnvATi, Oaoo. FOR BALI) Si EVEN Acres of Land, witb (rood baildtng snd eholc. fhrit Situated two miles weet of Aahtabula VII lag on Booth Rldsa. Tbla laa ver dealr. sblr property to sny on seeking a home near tk Iowa. Price S,6U0. , CROHBY. liaeator of the Katal. of X. Crosby. IF you 6nd yonraelf in marry and can't wslt to hsv s suit made to order, yoa can be well ailed from oar Stock of an Beady-msds Coata, Pauls an K 5 aa aeaw. Ilea WAITKA8ILL. , 4. SdaOONNgLI.. a.D.,Suraon, ' t wben UaMri ..aelrtaata. ai.Mia wa-r a ia liana) . SaVaaawimiraMaliiailiaiiiaa. Real . Estate For Sale I irvv rbol f " ( Y Ismail at, st's wruws ITBS, CVaTBSAn, . Strvr-r, a - , , ' K V h.11 A L Deal rabU Houses and Lots, I and Vacant Lota,wtl located. Terma rA- mamv. jiaauire or kc . nil h. i Aahtabula, March tin. 1ST. . Slid . , .. Jrlab Ukwk. I CJJmJOdX FSXaXaXa'aa T AITIO TJAOU T)Am I m UiA. A i XVV0i X V7Xi,lV, I A NIW SKBOUNO, :: PN-AJUALLXD IN PltOOCCTITIIlK.S, CNBV8PA88KD IN QCALITT. PEHFECTLT BBALTHT. Rss yielded 1 lo barrel, to tb nnand. rin-!.. wim (caaiBuuiai aa w yieia ana quality me. Price I nasin. Ohio. M. B. BATEHA1I will fbrnl rm.,kM. i ... n.. Potaisv. at kiweat auaertlaed ralaa. b. nail or otbar. ae, an dvllv.r rre of eiornaaat P.lu.ii. (x,.. ! aud Aahtabula. Camptxill's Circular telle all about It- ha rail AM. Painosvlll. O. fFAt Aamtakala, th clrcuUra au snd a aamnl. of tbe poiatona seta, al Ibe Faulkner A Boa. who will aleo rectTon aaay b obtained tor of . at, wb, wuw win aiMi ra th mckaga tur Mr. Baletam. reotTordarsand deltv. U1S1 Wall Paper ! Wall Paper I FLOWER & MATTESON'S ,- i,u.7. mil i ' i- : NEW DRUG STORE, Mar be to foaad Ik tost selected Stack of Wan Panar. aawry eaneiy o. .yi wtww .ami mr aais la worta era Ohio. . All person aaadiug , Paptr Ilanginy. Window Shade audi " r.. . win tad tt to their Inlaraal to at a can balbr par- M ByBWawBBat BwaH fonret tk nlaas. eenaeita tha AaktaKni. rmu I oa-- i . I'- - Tt-OWXB AalATlKKOKr I I AMusua, juks ma, ma. . ,. um9 i '-JUL I i 1 I i - I A IIK SUBSCRIBER eontomplatinff sbang of his basin location, In the Spring la SMlr Owalllnga aj1",,?; ,:'D"Lr rm' .b,i,PS!' Sarbrook i- 1 1 -asar TO MORRIBON'8 Closing Out Sale BARGAINS! . Art daily glT la DRESS GOODS, COTTONS, 1 WOLLEN8, . i a, t I ' BLUWL.3, . . HOSIERY. GLOVES, BOOTS AND SHOES, AND ALLkKINDS OF GOODS. Tb Block was Urge, bat Is going fc.t at low.r . -. . . . . - s prices than rrer beter known In Aahtabula. As he Is ta dead carn.it, and means what be aaja, NOW 18- YOTR CHANCE. Eemember that Delay sare Dangerous. H. L. MORRISON. Ashtabula, March t8th, 18W. Bargains in Dry Goods I With a view to alterinc or rt-huiMincr m; Stor tbe eniulng season, I will for th . Next Sixty Days Offer my Entire Stock of . Dry Goods at Cost, for Cash, either at Whole Sale or Retail. Th Stock Is Lsm snd cmDiacea almoet every rarietj of vi.ri JUS, Cloth, and Cloaking., Ubawla. lioalery, . i . . -, . . Glove, . Yankes Notions, Ac. Mr Stock of Hardware, Iran and Nails, Grjceriea. . . Unars snd Medicine, Will be offered under ennwnt rate, 'for Cash l'r order to m. uiuun aa poaaiDi. lo ins let of April AH persona wishing to stsII themselves of good Bar gain ar respectfully Invited to Improve thi. enportu- alty Al htabala, Jan. IB, lg. j gPECIALITY. "Pi"? Pnrehsed the nclnalT right for the conn A.Etabola, lake, Lorain and Cayabosa, (Inelnd- Liereiana.) I ant prepared to larnfab my patroaa i tkomu)rwl and incomparably beautiful Mezzotint Photographs i , (HrIoerth, P.t7t.t m& Inpnvel, . wto ta acknowle, tbe public lourni rnri.ffuwiBr.imiKiruiNYcniiworuoB rnotOfjrrsphT, Horn of tbe eoneet. monilMt. mnA mm. rfun,!.. pictures sre lying balor u that can ba Imagined. .y0."""1" ood nn. bat It does i,ot explain all It doe. not t.11 you a word of tbe marbio like ap pearauce which dlalingulao tkesa picture from all other BkatDQTVpktl 'f Hpectmena of tl.oe. "moat karmlagn cart are. can be n at my Gallery. .. m Tnia aiyi bartt vm, tMO par Des.( or fS.00 Mr half doawn. ... SMITH'S ART OAliliKJBT. Tyler' Block, ' J18S ' ' ASHTABULA. O.' ' THE BLISS QARDER F08 SALE. TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT AND X good home, taat -nqotro of tb. people la Aahtabula and atop over and look for yonravir at a apleadid garden ?l "t'V lhrM snr, under high caltlvMioa aadfull of u .uuiceat irau, wita good busee and oat building, la good repair) alas, well, clatora, and spring f tarm failing water, wllk tbra good pump. The eprlna I etghtleet square, wall laid In cement, and 110 tod of til draia oa tbe place. It ha takea th Srst premium for .lifbt or ten sears, wit boot .imntlnL mnjf ui w. sold very cheap, witb 100U ranalng one year, If deelred. Alao, a bone, waroa, garden tool a, una boaaebold ooda. BltlMteda lltltaaoalJiiMa. Ath 11 on tk (Round Head road known as tb Bliss property. -Ashtabula. Jan. 1, 1S78. " - .Jgoo " CHANCE FOR BUSINESS. rr ' ' - : ?- - " - vmoiuiwanoaMH a ""wfnie. and th. atore la which he la now aad ha ipw 3ga af IDkT DDtklusFfaal IfiT WSWB f-nt sknal Iha aliwb rmt of goods nodcrata capital, and bualneM tact, tk chance I good one, a tb ac.lnaaa I. eatahllabed. and the parekaMr may kav th aauraae of iu anluteruMed mntlnunm a.a w ltn w uit.u , l , nnn inn. , n mnw rtr. m .,. . a it it ftDppi.ea. th aa.ur.ueo of lu Ifoallly. which la a plnt m, .hows lmprv BBtnt Bin (4 inxsau aa Ian ibiniailai t -Terme will be made eaay. - fJTlTJ.V Baybrook, Febmary 18, l7S. " tflStrl OlIY Glovr-s, Mitten; Handkcrohiols. XJ Linen and Paper Dirkay, Collars and Cng. TtaT A- U .. .u I . es. Leather Vallcea. Linen and Woolaa Bhirta. buy eTetyttlna I th line of , miapeuuer.. Cloth audi la aborV Cloths, Clothing snd Gents' Eurutah ing Goods U tb Clothing Rons of , ' .jM WAITB A BILL. ill0f Choice Village Lots for Sale, rst J. HE Subst-ribvrs oflVr (or sal 25 Vil. laa Lot, sltaaiod ta various parte at tb borooab. ud luua - ai- aa all at 1. rHm. . . W, kl. KAMKB. 9 J907 . -. WvASall.