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A S II TAJ1 0 LA.,. 0 H ll. SJiturdny MbrnuiP, June 28, 1873. t J Four dcnllig from cinder were report ed at tbe Health Office, in.Cineinnall. Gy Grnshoppers In Immonw" nnmliera have ftttaoked the growing wheat and corn of Kos autti, areola, fVBrrn, anrtdny Counties, In Vw and bare desxdsted the fields. fffBy a nnlseb-aa crista iV.e Spanish Minis try formed last h k waa cllwilvi d on Sunday. Prralrirnl Margall la looking nlioul foe a new CaMnet. IIPTlie llThea of Ernrwmr Wlllinm la said to be an serious aa to'liireafen hla withdrawn! from the throne fn which case the Crowu Prince will.lie tuadOiRfguiit. tW A proposed amendment to thfl lhin Conatitnllon, forhldtllnir the Lejrislntnre to pes any iisnry law, has hern linh-flnrlery poatp-med by the Oliro-Cunsiilutiiuial Conven tion. t"H ia prnpr.apd Mist all the Spanish American Republic unite In a manifesto call fne on Spain to concede Cnha her Independ ence. Colombia leada In the movement and baa been Joined by Coatn Rica. tSTTMe memory of Lew in Tttppan, who died'on Tueadwy In New York, will always W blended with that of Ma brother Arthur. The two were among the moat earn at and Iisnonthle nfri early AlxlilpiHis. t3T A jury la now belne Impaneled In New York Tor the trial of Mr. Wooilhiill and her a later ftir publishing nlct ne paper. An at tempt was made to secure delay on the plea ot Mrs. WoodluU't lllues, but the Court would not allow It. tST Tiny say the w ay liny denf with, the Indian qui ttion in ebri.hka, N la In allow nil Indiana to ride, on railroad Irnina upon whii a. they can Jump while the latter are In morion ! "This U a ikad-ai ".,) Mi m with uevi ttreiiu Intf. tjjTOne draw buc k to the raoynient of a EnroiM-nii trip In the "commission business." Erery Tom, Dick and Harry, and Alary and June of your ncqiniliitnece Ima a ri -epical for wverar1 dnscM of gloves, unlimited scurfs, and vniilrillns without number, nud in no cage do tin y advance tlie moury to pay for tin in. Forest fire are raging fl. rcely in Northern Mieblgsn, and fear art expressed tlml llin ter rible txperiincesol October, l8Tl,inny I re- pouted. VFIroa aiu also binning in the woods in Cen'rul rcniif-j lvMiiiii, mid Noillurn New York, and already many thousand ucrea of valuable, limber havebt-cn iketroyud. C37A rat ran up the Interior of mi elephant's (rank in Purls. 1 he th pliant made frantic ef forts to relieve himself of hia unwelcome, vis itor, but in vain. Suddenly be pnusid and seemfd to refl ct '; theu.be went In hia bahin lilted lit trunk with water and amid gnat ex- ilununt of the kinkirs-oii, i-jecied tliu wnb r and be unfortuuult. Bit with ouo sublime cf tort. tSTTlio Japanese Embassy continue their European truveli.aud are everywhere received with bij;h honera uud accorded the moat die tinguiahtd toiitkli-nilioii. At lust uccouuta tbey wire in Brussels, vi h- ie u scries of mag nificent ft tea hud been given to their lionor. Oen. G. D. Wlilknus, Special Commissioner Irum Jupan, but bciu liuviling uiib lliu Em bnaty. 2TJohn Frai klin, a farmer ol New York, deliberately threw a taUntlih) plowshare bilo the river on account of bia Vt'tlu'a incessant ai-oldlng. 11 r. Frunkllii, it might bu well to add, Via nlludiid to Hie weight by n rope; couscquenlly Mi. F. lias lost u hublmnd, a pbw-rliarc, nnd thne feet of good inpe, Just thrnugli c liionic piup, iibliv, to wng her InUjjuc. i tiM-.sckiri not been to aucccsaful its Prursiu In repri taiuK the dibluibuucea coiiht qjent lipnli the expuUiuu of tin) Jeaulta. In Orizaba the PioUalnnt Bishop baa Ih-cii com pelled to flee for bis lilo Ironi the iiifm iulud Cathohca. lu auoiher town a riot bus ociured uud throughout the country Hid l'l'oteatuut elercy are in a coudilloii ao preciirlou lliul the pr aent Alluiatiy la luinmiiui d liy the prim id take iiK-aaiire fur tlicir proteclioii or to re lire In fayor of ouv (but w ill do ao. FIT Fourteen others who were put' nude ladxtiuml In Uoclieiiiti r ul the aainu lime Willi Sliaall Ii. fur illegal Voting,. Blld Vi in) w lib Ibeir leader have bten loohiinc forward w ith p leaned antielpuliou to immolation in the court lu tliu cuubu of woiiiiiu'a rii;hu are doomed to disappoiiilniunt. TliL-Oovuriituenl epparutly content with hiiying aettled the prluclplo involved, by the cmniuilim of llm leader, ha declim d to proMteulv III' in unci tliey have been Ingluriouaiy net fiee. t3TTbe Miiyaville Egle relate that "the Ut ltev. It II. Ilrecklnihliie.Sr., remark ed t abort time betore bia death Ihutlho reun ion of Uie Prctbylerlaii would take place alter the Lord tnkvt ine to lieuven mid aenda Mr. Stuart - Kobluaon back to Ireland." ThU propbety la iienrly fullllled. Mr. Iii'tckiuridgu luta gone to the tplrit land, and )r. Hohliiaon ha left or Ih'mIioiii leaving fur Ireland, and I ie uiUuD of the Uiurche aieuia to be not far libliini," tSTThe moat pluiiblhle defetiae of Frank AVal worth, tay the New York lomiimtvil Adtrtiur, ban ila oiiglu lu the l iieiiiiiht inee of bia having been u law aludenl. Tliu tortu ous w lulling cunt niditlou and i-iulleaa tecli niUllea ol Ihia li ijeaiicaclcuce gr.iduiilly tin i riuiin-d bia young lulelleet i and two day b for' bavin Saratoga, whiln endeavoring In conipirhi nd an opinion of llm Court of .pMiil, hl mind utterly gave way nnd bu be eiuie a hoptlta lunatic, (if - htoke' little plan of celebrating bU vte t"ry i.'.et the Supreme Court by getting ball I r tbr auuimer, and golnjf to Europe In have . Inlley time," ha been vetoed by the coilll a l." They fnreiw-e better thin their Indiacrcet 4'lltnt, whutlbu i-lfect of kticU juukeltin ; by man under indictment tor murder, with the gpllow, poaalbly, l fore him, would have on publia opinion. The new trial doea not come on till October, and' the liin rvi Ling month tftokc mukt apend lu hb luxuilout citl lu tho twtub. LUt of PalMl iMUed Umm lU Pullwt Ottl naiMt Oltt: lu U na lumuur. fur lira wvt-h und Iuk Jaus I"1, and art bcarlair llil ill. Kar lil.hwilkU ppr by Uux Una, HulidhMs ul I'tu-ul m ttuutvM. a. o. . . Jiutloo-Hola CulUr-Wm C. McCUl, Cin cinnati!. Machine for Tapping PlpeFlttlngs JoUbI. ope, Cleveland. Um Burnt- Daniel Ran Cincinnati. - C'iiwt lor Meat and Vegalable Martin L. Edwards, Salem. Method of Adjusting Circular l.ws San ford W. CJemiueua. Cleveland. - Car 8111 Krauc4Kitrrell, Cincinnati; H arret larWm. K. Miller, Canton. - CorwUintd Step Cover aud wheel I'eudcl Vrancla H. Slicmann, Cineiunati, r bkat Weadcll-SUarrTavUirvllle;' liangiug MU fltoi-AleX W. WUial) C'to- IokwL. - - ' - . ' Tsinn ,.....'.., -'! 'Tala trlli-SiiJialB Enbn, Pay wn.. . Mlchlgnmme, a mining aettlement ol 800 In ltnbHiwita on the shore of le Superior, took Are Thursday of last week, from the homing wood which aitrrounrb d It, and was destroy ed. The people t aavo tlieif Hires aotiirht refuge In the) lake,, but n number Were over taken by the Sanies; eight bodies, have, been fuun-jand mora arc known to have perished To add to tliu sorrowful plight of the people, tbey were cut off from communication by mil and tclc&raph, as tu trreal heat had warped the rail nnd bnrned down (ho wire tUPTlie public achool H Clnciunntl have long been tronbH-rl hy the qmesthm wrVdller the PennMntf of the Wible, or nr.y other fornvof fellgions inslruction, could legally bo made compulsory. The matter niter fierce dispute was curried to the courts. The Supreme Court lias just decided that the Constitution ol the Stale lins no Inuring on the question one way or the other. The various Hoard of Kilucn tarn and of Tnihteea tire given Hill discretion ry the Legislature (n Hie nviinngeiaent t the schools. They nwy oHow or prohibit rellgi gious inatriierUin, nnd the courts have no ground for Interference wiih their action. President NtrgnM has asked the SpanUh Cortes to give him lime to lorni a new Miuis try in place of that which resigned Hie other day. Its motto he says, will be Liberty, Or der and Justice, a policy which mijke Its diir-ilion rerliiln lo be as brief n that of the Cabinils which have preceded it Hi liW appar ently linpeh'S tusk of linroduchwr Hu ge un known elenielils into Spanish politics. Minis terial difficulties like these, are, IntwrTcr, ol lit. tie moment wb n cmppnil with the litinncial ruin which menaces Iho Hepnb'ic. It bears n a debt of no less tliim $,050 ,0(10.000 ; nud tho Coiles have rejected the achenve of the Fi nance Dcpiirtment Ibr reducing tin; princpul nnd Interist. TwKhuAU in London. The roh r of Per sia had n gorgeous nrcpiion lu England on Weib nsilay lasl ; w iih reeeivi d by llm royal dukes, iscorled lo London and lodged in one of (lie Queen's palaces specially fitted up for hvm. The ban in was h ll behind at Moscow, or n nl buck in a huff to Teheran. A Loinlou Journal says: "The truth, the whole Irtith, of our nnxu ly about the ftlmh ties in the East ern ttuebtinn." Jle has been received wiih niHrveloiih ill luonstrii lions of splendor in Una mm, willed aspin a to be I lie rival of England in the ens!,iiiul it is conlenileil that lie must be received wiih equal magnificence in England. One. J -mil suggesla Hint he has sent hia lime wives divme Ironi Russia In order Unit he may nriivc sooner in He iatund where there nre not n few womuiwho would marry the Grand Turk if lie would propose, in due form. This is not very complimentary to the coun try women f Jl writer, lint it may bu excused on account ol the nlisorliing anxiety lo propi tiate tin; Shah, who has pi ninthly never had as great n sense of his own Importance as since li! has found ltsin, Prussia nnd England c intending for bis sinil. s, and whose senti ments might be conveyed in the expressive vernacular ol Sum Wi lier "Vol u tUing It lu to be so rough I ni ter." Tits Maink Kki-uulicak Maine liepub Henna enter heartily nud in the proper spirit upon the political campaign of the year. At the Stale Convention betd on Thursday oflast week, id Bangor, Hon. Nelson W, lingley, n imiof good public record, was nominated for Governor, ami (lie resolutions weru direct and aiitlHUiclory upou tliu leading Issues. The na olutionnu tliu buck pnv job is us follows: ViMoii'Tliat Hie Republicans ol' Maine d n on lice tliu recent aciiou ol Congress, known as Hie "alary erab," iuereiisiug (,u Hiilariea ol itsmembeiN, and especl.illv ilB retroactive fea ture, by which in inly ifa.OOO were voted lo each member for seniuts iilrendy paid for, as n gross violation ol lliu pledgia ol the lute Nuilonal Coiiveullon, ami deiniinil I hi, Imme diate nud uucondilioiml rejieal of mi net ho ilisgiueeliil to Congicss and odious lo Hi - peo ple. Mr. Pr.v", nierolw ol Congress from Maine, miule i speech to Hie Convention m which he pbiilCid Hie entire delvgiitiou Ironi Hie Btute lo vote lor the repeal of the salary hill. Making. Fools of Tiiimski.vks. The sa loou Uei pels of Chicago sei Ul lo be a lively set of ignoriiuiiiBcs. Not liking Hie- new liquor law w hich compells them toahiil their places on Sunday, they have utleuipled to brow-bent the Ligislaiuru Inlo a repeal of the iiieasme by openly violating It. As ulrenily announced IJicy Hied a few weeks no, and ulterward iiiuuxiii ueuer oi h, aim icbcinueu tlicir rcso- union or tl, Dunce. JNow lliey npjK.-iu- lo have lost Hieir h ads again, lor u few ilnys ago, they again passed Hieoriglnul resolution. When one ot llio law-lir. nU is was biouglit belore thf Conn, he tleuuiiidcd a Jury liiaL The re quest wus grunted, mi entire Jury was impnii iieled from the clerks of n lawo dry -goods house, uud a verdict ol guiliy wus rendered. This so cnriigeiCthu cHeuders Una they met again und culled iiion nil Genitalis lo refuse to trade with the employers ol tlie clerks, liy these unlawful uud uncalled for nets the sa loon keepeis huve lost whill liieuds Ihey hud ninong ihcutpeiiplcrituil have roused the. in dignalion ol the whole city to such a pitch Hint nil hope of the repeal ol the luw is ubiiii-doited. Mis AstiioNv will probably mil recdve any cunsideriiblu degree of yiuaiuy in her pr est iu imuiyrdom, outside ul her own panic ular clique ut iidininrs und lollowew. A le former who deliberately sets her.cll ngali.sl law and older and ordinary cuusiblciicy, m.d rushes inlo a lireucli without tudirmcni or sense, larely excites comuiisseittii.iu wW n she comes to grief. This bus Ueu especially Uue ofMI-a Aiilhony since hi r urrest lor Illegal voting. Almost the intire liutuuity and ..- rosls of nil ouiilii-of wuiii.n' ill.la, ticlinjj tlnil she was lu a ridiculous place, have lea her lo fight out. her own battle uluiie, uud she uus come out vunqtUsucil. The decision of judge Hunt Is it sensible one, aud his treat ment of llm case, w,u dignilied. Ilia Klusal lo send the ease to tho Jury was proper, and there wera no imesllonii ol fuel to by decided, If wu except that uf sex, aud tlial Waa gener ously admitted. It was cU-urly euoili a violu tiouofllieslutoslatiuis, mid thai the Stale statutes were sutlleleiilly bruud lo coyer the case bad already bccui declared by other du- GiMiius oi lue uniieu Blatea. The Judge com manded her to pay a flue of 100, uud liaateu ed to add Hint the usual rule requiring prlsou ers lo be comuiillud until their tines Were paid weuiu nut Uo enforced aitlust her. ! Tint Canada Pactllo ltallroaiLsulu to hang tire. Almost liisiirniounluble olwia ules are couslaully uprlagUig up Ul Its way, miiu in projector ueglu to Ocapalr. Tlie do UlUot Hie road are not yet worked out. The traek I but half explnwd, and the agent who are conlrollbig It ftnauclul proapect lu Eng land seen to U unable to convbic the Eng lish capitalists that there is any sure foundu Hon to the project or any wtll-dettiied, aoiuca of iwviuue, and, lu addiiUinr bave to luhor against Hi lerloui disadvantage that EnglUU 0 ipltal IsJust Bow seeking luvestmeut lu ib Asiatic line wblcb arc lo conneet lndl i,u Europe.' Beside this, lk whole iufluence of inerna ruDK itiiu na ovb iuoogh4 to bear against It. Commenting upon tbe discour aging prospects of the scheme, tho Mtnituba says i "A railroad line of some aort la neces sary to us, nnd wo want it at once. To bav been forbidden, to builit our wn Pem bina Roud ; tho Pacific Is lo tedious (mi nlli for its lo wttU for; W want Hue GbTermncnt or the CouHany,or whosoever may he respon sible for interfering with our own freo action, to begin a road of some kind, w ilbou; dc-Ins.- Amhrtcan Ikon m Ehoi.an. Tlio Loi dm 2Yneof June 8rd remarka that whlkj America posesses almost unlimited stores of Iron ore nud fuel, its works are cousmctod on the most approved acieiitiQe principle. Me chanical ptiibtlbtg for rxinifc', Iwxl been Ihor ouglily Introdiicetl Into tlx) American Iron mills before Me invcnliun bad been generally iihhVi known in lids country ; nnd in other matters truttsatbiiitic cute prise mid ingenuity had done much to compensate fix I tie higher value of labor hitherto prevailing In America as cnmpHi'cd with this country. Now tbe En glish wages bare been so nearly approximated to the American standard, our rivals huve Knitted a sudden and substantial advantage, which Hicy will not fail to turn to piod ac count, nd) Ueoce. Ihe American Iron In our market. Whatever the Credit Mobilier Company miy have taken from Hie Union Pacific Rail road, the two in ess of that corporation Is unim paired. Tlie last time the rotnl was inspected it was reported as not completed) according to reqiiirementa of the law, and one-half Its lands were reserved imtil tho law should he complied wllli. Tlie company asked thai they lie Byethe fundi enst il' the Roeky Moun tains, and Hint llm Government "go West," Tor Its security. The Government declines this proposition, and thinks lis interest will bo served by keeping hob) ol one hair of the lands Indicated by Hie company ns most valuable ; so It Is reserving- iillcrnnuc sections of nil land located. Mennwhilu the Government idlers to make another Inspection, but the mil road company does not seem rendy for another. Nbw Yons ExponiTioK. Or vernorDix, of New York, has signed the New York Indus trial Exhibition bill. When the Industrial Ex hibition bill was originally introduced, the Governor notified Its friends Hint be could nev er sign it if passed in Hie shape it was. It was then amended to meet his suggest kins, which was that the Mayor nnd Common Council of New York city would be authorized to loan lliecompuny $ I ,?C,000, so soon ns the p. round on which the building was lo he erected was purchased, and paid for, nnd entirely clenr of incumbrance, und the company gave the city a first mortgage ; then that the city should hum $.50,000 more ns soon as the builiding wnt erected, giving n mortgage on that. This makes the city tolerably secure. AllOMTIO.N Of TflK i'UANWIN PllITlI.EeK. A prominent uflicial in Washington has made mi estniKite of tin; cost of abolishing (ho frunk- iug privilege on Hie 1st ol next month, w hich demonstrates tliu fact thai between seven bun drcd thousand nnd u million dollars will be expended In supplying Federal official with scales on which lo weigh mnil mutter, and lor printing circulars of instruction, and engrav Ing, priming anil forwarding, postage stamps Oic, to the olllcvr at distant points. It Is cal culated Hint ut most the ubiisu of the franking privilege involved un expenditure by the Gov ernment ol not exceeding Hiree hundred thou snnd dollars per year, und that nfter supplying the wants of the various Federal departments and sticn individuals n may bo entitled lo postage stamps ul Government expense, ll will be found that there w ill be uo saving to the Government by the abolition of the privilege. On the other hnnd, lliere will lie n loss, cspe daily during lliu first year, of Iron four hun dred thousand to seven hundred thousand Hollars. Great stress w ill be laid upon the above facts at the next session of Congress, when mi elloit to revive the franking privilege is to be ma tie. That; Mabachk -Hy Mr. Meachani's ac cotiul the massacre of Gun. Canby and Rev. Dr. Thomas by Hie Modocs was due lo Hie unwisdom of Dr. Thomas. When Mcucham represented the danger, and told Dr. Thomas :if Hie w amine; he had received from friendly Indians, and besecclied Gen. Can by nnd Dr. Thomas not to go. to that council, Dr. Thomas replied : "God will rail me nt his proper lime. II he dishes me to oiler my I flu lu this man ner, I shall not withhold it." Oi course Dr. 1 bourns was a good taan, but he racked snuud sense when, he expected the Almighty would work n miracle in order lo sive him lioni Modoc treachery. If Dr. Tuonnis hud hesitated, Gen. Can by would nol have braved the danger. Hut so long a either of the civilians insisted upon, going, soldiers must not hesilat". The Almlirhir permitted Tliomas lo go and be murdered, not Hint be desired il, bill becauae hu allow us to work on! a kl'a iis on human judgment, nud good Judgment wiMild luive kept Dr. Tiiomus Irom thus throwing uwuy bis life. Cleveland Herald. Tkansfhioh. Tlie followinir rnrv bit it irom the Satordau A'reuina 7W: We wluill never forget tluit evening we spent nt Mngriuler'a n yenrngo. V e ail mireil Miss- Mtsgrutler, und we went lounil to aee her. It was Miiiimer tune, iiuiDiiliglit, und alio ant upmitlin jiinzui. Tlie eiiipenter IiihI been there thut day, glueing up the rustic chairs on tlie porch so w took a sent wi tlie step in front if -M'ish Jlngruder, where we could gaze in to her luce and drink in livrKtuilea. It sceniH piiilmliln thitt the earpentet: uiuel have upset his glue-pot, on the Hpot where we ant, i'oi niter enjoying Jiiss -Mngiuder's remarka for a couple of hours, nud drinking soveralof her smiles we tried to rwe for the- purposu of going home, but fiMind thut we were immova bly fixed to the ntoi. Then Miss Mug ruder said: "Dout be in a hurry," and we-tidd her we believed we wmildn't. The conversation had u widilcr tone af ter that, and wo sat there thinking whether it would In better to- nsk Alias Magrttder to withilraw while we dssrobed and went home in llighhmil eoNtuine, or whether we should urge her to warm up the poker, or whether we should giv ojia territie wrvueU aud then ratnliU down the yard buckwiiitL bout Uiidiiiirht Miss Mairnuler vnwneil and said sh believed she would eo to bed. Then we suddenly asked her if she thought her father would huv auy ob I....: . i ,i t ; . . . jveium lo loutiuig uu iioiu steals a lew days, because he wanted to tuka them home for a pattern. We, think Miss Ma grudur must have entertained iLoobts of aaiiityfor she rushed in, ulieil he fa ther and screumeiL Magruder came with a double-barrel gun. Then we ex plained the situation in a whisper, uud he procured a saw and cut out tlie piece of step la which wt wer attached Then, we went home weariug the paoth, and before two o'clock crushed out our young love for Miss Magruder. We uevex culled agaiq and she .threw ; her self away oaa dry-good aau.,'Thre is a melancholy satisfaction in i-ecalling tfceae memories ot yenth, and reflecting upon the influence of glue upon the emotions of tlie human heart. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. yyooL WANTED At the Kingsvillc Woolen Mills. This old and reliable cstnblisbmeat Is now running oi full Uiuo and nuiking large quan tities o4' VASSlMEKBSv 1TTLLKI CLOTHS, FLANNELS AND YARN. These goods we are p-tepared to exchange for wool, allowing the very likhcat market price fot wnol. We are also prepnn-d to man nlacttire cloths to iHrder, nnd do all kinds of spinning nt imr usually low rule. tT Give us a call. i. cnowniEn ro. atairsvllla, Java 1. Sral9S THE MODOC WAR In ended Mid v-araa tell Snipe ,TaptnM Silk at SS coni, line a sold ! hei a 46 eta. Japanese Silk at 3X ct. Bald elrewlieta for 55 and to cents. Victoria Lawns freai IStls., to60cte.,lhn bet tHWtmi-nl cveropcaad In tuns. Beautiful ratterns .! Grenadines ; prices lower thaa ever. Corsets worth $1.00, at IS scats. The Largest Stock of Ladie's Kids In Anktabala. Look ot onr Two Button Black Kids at $100; Kerr Invoice Parasols &c FTcne can and examine oar new stock MORRISON & SNEDEKOR. CITY LOTS! Rare Opportunity LOWEST PKICESI Best Time Terms ! .About O Lots. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE I HEAD! J112AT! It HAD I T rfnkfll, Cronhy & flormtin ITat. lylnj rant and nadi ! tlie bnkn Mim & Mlolilt.in SiaillieiB Koaud buuse, Cit ul Aihubula, Is uow uiftrcj fur saia lu BVILDIMO LOTS, On the Lowest and Most Convenient Terms Ever ollered in Ashtabula I NOW8 THE TIME TO SECURE BOMESI Thtm Lott art tha Lurgttl Jivtr Of, red in AtliUbuln, being each Miff m( , f iiint, or itter, und 200 feet deep. 9 Tle Plat front! easts on West street. II ki ll Avenue, 00 leel wide runs threugh the centre of Han Hal from Weal street In the Urlswobt line. A j treet. (10 feet wide run ' ' Irom the cud of ! ; kvlt Avenue to lhr t . , Worth Hldgt : . lUiad, . .., . ' I ',...:.: Mating the most desirable Lots of any in the City. For Te and Full Prtioulr fnquirt 0f ., - ... . . i . . T. A. Dorman, ; At D. TT, IlAMCLo't - 8tor Main tret, -ABiUlwbk.- -V-I..J. J. i .i.-.; ' '-. u-'f c iv,i-wrr ecrs- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Grand Eeopening!! OP THE PEOPLES' STORE W take plestars la bifurailng asr frlcads, snd the puhlle gencraTIr, that we kare moved onrbalaess two doors below, la tho new and large store known as Karnes A Hail's bsJtdlog, In which- we will open en Raturdrrwiia.aLarirvaid Ilvgant Stock at Dttj.aad faary (loods, and Nittlona A ow ftore (known an the '-People Store, hi known to everybody to he the cheap est, with the BMt enmalotc Stock, we wittier! for tho next 10 daya only, good, at eitraardlnay law prices i Best brand Calicos, at 10c per yard. The best Donble-faced Alpaccss, from 45c, upwards. rr.Caaibrlsat Me; Kngllsh rambrfce at 10c Itcal Jnpne alike at Me; sold every where at TSc. 4 4 DUacbed aid Cnblcaccd Cotton a 19e. Table Lines 40c. Muck and Colored Kid Gloves at tl. Flno Dress floods -great Tarlety, very lu-, low, low. Hair Braids 40e, Switches at 15c. Corsets from 75c to $.9. SHAWLS t SnATVXSr Great Bargnlns. PAHABOLS latest styles. KMBROIDEHIES, MUSLINS and 10SIAS. IAdIES TIES, and HOOr tiKIUTS. and a full line or Hosiery. DIAL 1IAIR SWITCHES FBOMti.SStuf'.O.OO. LADIES HEADT MADE SPITS SPECIALTY. GENTS. GENTS. GENTS. A fnll Hue nf Ovntlemuit's FURNISHING GOODS. rfThoM price wo pretend to keep only forth next 1 0 day nol any lunger. Hnplafc a contlnnancs of the patronage as heretolore, w reniala moat tespect fully yours. 1223 FlvED. KAFKA, J. MANSFIELD & COMPANY, CLOTH I ERS, No. 52 Public. Square, CLEVELAND. -O-O- Ilavo ft to1! ork nf Rprfng and S,t miner 8t vlctt Ol C'b'titO (jUUiU. All lilttllc uf UtlsiUfril SUITS FOR MEN AND UOYS, Ila;mia1 Coats and Vesta nad n 4'Hsilniorii Puitls. ettlill to tiest enc torn niuku. All tlie iioveltie ia EUJiXISUIXG GOODS. SUMMER SUITS for Children. fWE THICK TO ALL. WenftYr special inducements to those livlnir at u dtKtaiiee. In nifiiii'v fiirllctitru II. II, Para, M24 "M"() ffCE is livri'by piven, tlitit tlie nn- rWrsk.'Ued has hern annolntrd adnilnlstriititr with I "-e will anaraedorthe ea;inu of l'elur U. Hsnej, lite of Murgitn, Aslnatilila Counly. v ueu d nne w, iirei, lifJMi A . n. w A l ll?. WILLIAM SAOIN, (Successora Whttnall Snliini. MAMUFAKTUKER, WHOLESALE AND KtVI'AlL DEALMt IN GLOVES, MITTENS AND WHIPS, V .1MC1IIUAN RTREKT, CLEVELAND, OHIO. WALL ACM dc COMPANVm Cream Table Chocolate No lioilnir necessary. A cup of dcttelnna Clmeohito made with II in Iwo minutei. Nu waste. Piu-kud iu pound Jure. Vanilla oiplala. One doH. la Imh. I n. vointlvd as a nNHvctlon fiir luiirh, aiirvad nu eraekor. wltli a irlass or milk at hand lo drink. For making Soda Wnter Syrup or flavoring luu tirun It Is superior to enyl'hix-nlale made; and lor Clmcolate Cuke, untie Inu else will he nat'd wliere this has bmtn Irlid. For aale by J. T. W AKKEN CO.. Clueinuaii, l. MA WANTED uneral and Local Agents, for tNe iriratn hewing- Mnehlne. made at luiilitiry. Conn. Thesilllest, fii-t-si. and easleai Lock Htinh, -nnilulit Needle Machlue la Ihe market. W eivv heller terms liau any oilier com any. AdilrtM . .... IOIIV A.iU.lCVu'l Air't, ltanburr. Cunn. , ss A lirttAT OFFER' ikiiiack wateus a ,rr. tM 1 urrcn" win. 4si n v, n. y.. Will illsntian f.fBlin PlillkK A. JkiKi . . d 1 class niskurs, Including WATE11H, at umnawly lw , .... ... ... ..... . .n.ii, uaimii-e hi iiiiihii BiiwiMy puvmoiila, flew Im-tave ttrsi-claas PIANOS, all modern Iiuiimvi-idvuis. fiir fa7tcssh, llruaiw M5, TOP, (ISd, aad upwarda. V1 1 EU'S CONCERTO P.VlkT.mi nnaivc ,,?r,;.J',,""'!ft,.!,' iye "A I'Orfeol In lone eJi i'!y V"1""- 11 Produced lx a third s.1 irf IiViT.S1, valewl. Ihe KKKKi T i.f wJilch I- MOST 2iV if ,i?JAV--MJl2J,'oll'K Bl'I'KHB.1 Terms lib eral. ILLrsritATKI) CATALIHII'K VAILrl biroue suinn. A Mb..ral tadirceuieiil la Mlnlsi.rs. cWchoe, l-m ' '- ANTt WANTED, Can c ers flennanmitly cured baddntn Dr. W. O. COl'&PIf. "J l JcAoraog Hi , Loulselile, Ky. Copiva of his "nnHH ma oe oniaii en iree wrrbarira, irlvluir of lriiuiai, said a taqca IUI ca.ua cured. I B. Kiviui mode nclie stamp. 4i i ma EJxoolslor Oils. "aehlae Oils; Carbon and llttfh Te. Hoiulnir imT.. 8,IH, lo mul wt Ihe liiilled aiatesla balfoi barrel package. (hwUl l"lla saaMrtur lo auy betwir placvd oa ihe luarkd Scud y.mr orders, or arnit for Clrvulai anal Price Ll.l' Loral AiccMiawaiiad la eery roaiitr: innMt mi KiViTmft fij!?' S.xcli-aeOM UfckJc'ATlW WbolM AkhU for Ohio ad laetaiiiiA. j . Smith's American Organs, 1 X, Spang Concert Organs. ! T.HSHPH!L APPLIED AT ; HAKCPACTCKKR fUlCLa. CaUluKUe. sent fr. ( P. llAKHta CO.. Columbus. Obtn. fflC i. - chr am a j -r S) U) H6J claaaae of worklD( Mopla, of llhar aex, youK or old, aaaka aaor aiouxy at work tor as In thrlr simra iuohi.uis. Parlk-alar Ire. A4M t. tTMaWJI Jt PMtaaK, Mala. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Tha - Ever Eeliahlo Singer Mntrf rm t)m mna atnAM.iai . . . JERRY COON. "JEWELER" ' ll Superior Street, CLEVELAND, , "Next ilnnr III llio Lions." rtraler la Fine Hold anil Silver Watehoi. Mild RlWer and Plated Ware, Clocks, Ilrunses, Fans, tld and Stud Mpei'tncles, llalihi-t and hUcll Kye (ilns.ee. Watch repairinit a PKClALlTY lni.tea Save Money! 1O.OO0 ROLLS OP WALL PAPER AT COST FOR TWENTY DAYS, AT PLOWBIl t3 LEFFIN G WELL A COMPANY, IKFOSTIRS Or French Plate Glass ! Pinto sold at New York prices. VIIOUSAU A!W RETAIL MUkSBS lit FniiNCII AND AMERICAN WINDOW AND PICT UltE GLASS. Ornamental (Haas, (Colored. Er.aaKle. Gronnd, Cat, and Kmbossed.) Hough and Fluted Plate Ohias, and Glaslers' Sepplies. Diamonds, Putty, Points, etc. LOOKING GLASS TLATES. Ni.79t. Clair St.. CLEVELAND. OHIO. Lutlmatesanrt SMnplesltirneshed on spiittcattan. ! ONE 13 HOUSE POWEH STEAM KNllINB. For rale rr cheap. The engine la la good con- uiiiiiii iu an rerpecis. ror terms uiifinre or IsVIm Q. C. CCLLKV. Ashtabula. O ASK YOUR GROCEJR FOR AMERICAN BONELESS SARDINES. They hare recelTed Dlploma-for their merit where ever exhllittHd. Pronounced by aM. the cheapest lua ary of the aire, valuable, nnd almost necessary to the lafih). to traveller ; or at picnics. Packed la Hie best onve on oi our own iiHporiaiiou. in tin boxes anlslied same ns Immrrted : a:'t are sold at lesa than half the cost of French Sardines. Their dulleions ttavoi, and anitritinns qnnlitius recommend them lo all classes. oom oy nit nrsr etasa erocers. H nolesale by TUB AMERICAN s) AH DINE CO.. H1t 8m ftl Broad Street, N. Y. NOTICE. ATOTICE ia liiTi-liv trivfii.that on tlie 1 19th day of May, ISttl, a petition was filed with Council of tlie Incorporated Vlllase of Ashtabula, pray Ir.( fur the vaeatalon of that portion of Klsk Street lying between the east line of thcTranblln Hrunch of the L. S. A M.S. Railroad Co.. to the west line of the hinds owned by the Ashtnbitla, Ynnnestown ft Pittsburgh R. R. Co, Suld petition will he tor hearing at the first regular meeting oi ins council in .imv, in7M. THOMAS HOLMES, II. L. WKBII. tl5-S ' and other petitioner. A Dutchman's Teanpcr- unce Lecture. "I sail tell you how it vas I dinnk mine la ner; den i put mine ho red on mine head and deru vHsimennln. Den I put mine hand on my body niiuiicie v.is nnfKlor pain. uell I puts my hand on my pocket and dere vas nottlnL'. So I line m'.d lie dempeniiice. Now dera Is uo pain iu my Head, and de pain in lnyhody vas all pine awav. I put mine hand on mine pocket. uud dcre vas dwenty dollars. So 1 kiiiv una de dcmiMirauca bo l.lea." BlTILDEiiS AND DR AUGHTSMEN, I HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF INSTRUMENTS IN SETS. 3VT. O. PIOK. VESTEUN 11ESEHVE COLLEGE ' ana Preparatory School, llndron O. Instrnc tlon wholly hv permaiieut professors. For catalogues or iiiloriliatlon, adilrefa the President. am la-.'S jsoticeT LL jxtsoms are hereby wtirneil nsninat Inkiuiiorremnvinirany Snnd or (iravel from the prem ises of the Subscriber, from aud af.er this dute, with out first paying lor Ihe same. II. IIUDUARD & CO. Ashtabula, June (, 1873. lji.lf NOTICE! 4 LL ptiitres hnvincr an unsettled nc- X.V. count with mo. will pica call witliotit delay, at Iohn i'. Stuokv's ttl the olllce of E. II. Filch, aud ad jusi the (Mia, seltliuv by cash or uote. ItU-M o. B. MOSS, M, D. LA PIERRE HOUSE. E 110 AD WAY tfc EIGHTH ST. 2STEW YORK. rPIIIS ia a ileairnblu House tor busineaa A or families, being pihst class, elegant and central. Parties k ho ran apprrchiio a ooau tabls will find Ihe "La 1'ihiiik" 'Hit, House to stop at la New York. noarti ana room (Sperdsy. ltooins l pel day. l.MM C. B OKVIS, PuorwsToa. PLANTS and VEGETABLES. JL HAVE just nJdeil Inrgely to my stock of Flowers, Orecn-house and Rcaing Plants, thus making a very fine alsplay. Aly stork f Ruses, Oeraniiims. Vrrbaas. and HatiL'Inir llaskut Plants. Is larire aad (really vall ta kind aud of superior I have several rlronsaad Toraato Plants of beat sorts, all of them have been re-set. I ahall ftirnt h Mweet Potato Plants trrown lu Jersey: other kinds of Vegeta ble Plants, aurii as Pepper. Ejrtt-plaut. Cabbage, Early and Late, and ivlory, will be rvndy hi ihvlr Maron. All kinds. l Uurdea Vegtablea, aud Berries will he furnished-Ill their seasons. HM!Clmeus of my Plants sad Vegetables can tie seen from time to tlmu at the Store of A. II. E. W. Sav age, orders ol a ay and alt kiada laft there will be promptly filled. Anything fnim tha vast slork of Slorra, Harrlaon A Co., will be famished lo easterners kaiu. w llk piompt ness, and at their Catalogue rates. 1 hope by fair dealing aud reasonable price, to mer it and receive a share of patronage. My Urevu-housa and Garden can ba fnuud on Main street, nvar the lata Felloe Factory ol the lihlette Bros. JAMES p. JENNINOS. AshlabnTa, May ath, 1S7fc SmlSlS Ice! Ice! Ice! Wi E w ill (Jdivcr Ice at tjie following prices par poaud: ' lOandlcssthao Mlb on and leas I ban 1U0 luu aud over 60c t cwt. fine fl cw t. 40C fl CWI. 40c per cwt, at les Uouae W will deliver four dayi ta a week. lml A. A. 1ST BONO CO. XT NOTICK. , : lOTICK ta heifliy jrivp", that on tlie mth day of May. 1S7. a pelltlo waa filed with the Council af the ineorpnraud vitlsite of Ashiabnla, pray ing for the vacaiioa of ao mwch of Sm-ing Mmi aa in lorth side IherooC aval adj..iniu lh brlc atora or J, W. and I). W. tlaakell, as shall ba ueceasary for Ihe purpase ..f creatlag aud aiamiainiiia . J (iMidinf a Inch, wide oa Ihe souib side of said .tor.. H.iAeililor: will he for hearHig at the rat regular OuiuiaU after July bl IS'S I .Oa- Jul. Alh 1 Mays-7, 181a. D. W. HASKELL and other petillaoera. (xiLtf AND ROSEWOOD Picture Frame. Cornier, Room anil ear MOULDINGS. ' BCHABBR TRAPP, Manufacturer, if) aa SI coLraara rr., eutvsLASD, . Liberal tadaeessant ta Country Dealers. lmlKfl CRACKERS. ,, ' W bar thia day appointed Messrs. , A, II. E. h'. SA VA GE, of Ashtabula, asaaentator'the sale of anr Crickersby the bbl , oral retail. All wko wish a first rat ar ticle of Cnckera caa aud tbsai at the abova House, at Cleveland price- , ,, . .-i MintJ , .,-, 4. ,H A . . GOBOAV. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. L'HOMMEDIEU THE CLOTHIER ! and Bee Business.! Jest apead a lew mlastei fa taokfa; tbraagh Hur BT.EOANT STOCK CF MEN'S, BOTS' an ClULDREICaV O.0TH1N8, at LHO'MMED'KC'S SIGN OF THE BIG MAX t Look through their Splendid Stotl of FURNISHING GOODS. The II AT anil CAP Department is Complete. Prieei Below any ether houtt in the trade. IT. B Now bay yon Clothing, Hats arm Caps, and Furnishing Goods of J. K. LHOMXKDIETJ sad you, will save froaa I to 1 oa every snlt, and yoa wH7 get good?, eabstaatlal goods, sad ao shoddy. BRUCE'8 BLOCK, Adjoining Tombes A Bro.'a Grocery Hoaae, ASHTABULA OHIO. J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU". Sign of the Big Hat. 12 Now Opening at . E. H. GILKEY'S SBLtSONABLE SPEING GOODS ! TABLE LI3JEK, N APKIK3, ... COLORED DAMASKS, CRASHES FANCY TOWELS, In great variety, PEyUES, SWISS, MUSLINS, SATIN STRIPES, IIAIK CORD NANISOOKS VICTORIA LAWNS, HAMBURGH EDGINGS SHIRT FRONTS and IRISH LINENS. . SPRING CAS8IMERES and LADIES' CLOTHS, tot Boja Suit. PURE MOHAIRS In stripes for Suits Also, Plain Grey Mixture, Vary Baadaosa (loads la . . , SILK noi WOOL MIXTURES' SILK & WOOL ROLL POPLINS V - t ' . ' Ia new Bliaile. ' BLACK SILKS, , " We aik esicclal alteutlon totliese Good - NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, . :'4v WINDOW SHADES & FIXTURES SHAWLS.-Don'l fail to' look atoarBkaw) Slotk. ' .'' ' SPRING UNDERWEAR, for ladle geulat ' WAMSUTTA WHITE SHIRTS CASHMERE FOR TALMAS and Trimming in great variety BLACK CA8F1MERES for Ta)maa or Sack BLACK SILK FRINGES, AND TRIM MINGS, UUlrTRE LACES, &c .. We are newly stocked with all kinds f DOMESTICS, JEANS, COTTON A DE8, DENIMS, TICKS, FANC1 SHEETINGS., e CARPET WARPS! If too are going; to make Carpet see that yon dou't buy a coara -warp whlcli you never caa use. i . ' BLACK DOTTED LACES VEILS, REAL. M'liovin viiret'lNi'U jfc I l lliu ki '. LACES. HEMSTITCHED .. HANDKERCHIEFS. . ;; . We liave a full stock of CROCKERY whlck with all our atock will be offered at tbe tcit . clososl caslt priota. ., , . t s . raCrockery and bearj bundle delivered if desired. 1 "i - .(. -' J5.,H.:GILKEY. AaLtabnla, ApHl 0, 1878. J .