Newspaper Page Text
JAMES JtKKD A HON, Fl'llMNIIKIM. T w Itollwro Yfmr Invarllilr In Alvmiri, TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Ashtabula. Youngstown & Pittsburgh Railroad. Leave Alilabn1a,-.4tip. m.,T:l3u. m. Arrive et Aahtabula,;i:i p, m fcjn p. m. Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R. Winer-leave Ashtabula, X.-68A. ., M a. ., ll:) . a., (VU4 p, a, EAsT-leave Ashtabula, fcmt a. at., -.w r. a 4t.KI p. a., litio a. a, Ashtabula. Jamestown & Franklin R. R. Leto Aahtabnla. ftsn a. B:H) r. r. Arrive t Ashtabula, KiSOa. a., 4:15 P.. Ashtabula. Jamestown & Franklin R. R. —Youngstown Division. Ashtabula, MO p. . Arrive IMS a. a Local & Miscellaneous. I'UKSS FOB SAI.B. A NO. 4. WttBllillRtllli ilmid Press upon wlilch tlie TKLKonAPit In now printed, Is offered for sulo Hi n low figure A largo copper roller mould, two rolluru tiod Ink distriblillng; machine gu Willi the dicsb. ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted Nov. 3d. 1872. IiULLMAN'S test Drawing-room nntl Sleeping Coaches, combining all modern lm- grovemcnte, are run through on nil trains from llufl'uln, aaaenalon Bridge. Nlmrara Falls. Cleveland nnrt ('hi. rltiumt to New York, nnikltig direct connection with all lines of foreign and coastwise Ptcniner. anil also with Hon Sreamers and rnllwny lines for Boston and otnernew imriiiihi cities. No. I 18, .No. 8. Kxpreci. STATIONS. Day I,lRhtn'g express, express '(TbI i 't. IM" I II 1ft Dunkirk .L'vc. Balantaniea. " chiton " Suap, Bridge ' Niagara Fall.. " Buffalo"! " Attica " Piwtago ' llornellevllle " Aridisrm " Itochceter ' Avon Hath 4 4(1 4 HI 4 55 if 3(7 a m to 9T15 if 45 II 811 P H AO " fl 58 II BO " II 40 " 7 45 " t (HI " 10 0(1 " 4 111 ft ID 1 1 03 " 1 08 a m 1 ! " rl no " 7 (l " tii as 40 5 Wi 0 ( ' H (MJ i" bi 4 no 4 4n 1 or. 11 87 T a Coming i M " 8 94 p. a 4 115 4 15 a. a 5 3J " II (II ' 10 20 " 7 lo " 7 4 Klmira Wavcrly Owego Blnguamton . lruat Bend. ... Busittchau'a.. Deposit Hancock I,ackaw'xcn. .. lloneadale... . ii mi " . as i'i (hi p:iem J, IS 411 " 1 1(11.3 1 18 1 S3 " 111 j:i Ili2-A.a S Hi " t M " h m ' iTiKT- 1 00 " Part Jervis Middletown Closhen... 8 48 4 51' III IB 11 08 . 11 37 , 1'atteraou. Newark... (140 7 8(1 " 7 40 8 ll'T I 8 lift p Ml 5 Oo "p a Jersey City. NevYork... Ztoeion 1 40 l r.5 ft 00 P. M, tl SOP.a Dally. Weal Stations- A A for ticket hv way ol Erie linllway. For Sale at allllhe iirlnriiml 'I'lrket (Ulleex. Jno. N. Abbott. (Jen. 1'af. Auent. Buy tlie J'iiie Tur Candy, only 10 cents a toll, for your conitli, nt Swift'h. Union Thnnksgivina sci vici s will lie held nt the Methodist chinch, tini! Huv 8. D. Pkf.t will preach the scrinon. The Glycerine Talili lspr. puied by Wriffhts, Perfumers in Philadelphia, is said lo he a sure remedy for chapped hands and all irritations of the skin, is finely scented, and Is for sale at Swift's drug store. Powers & Wick give mniee by hills printed at this eflice, that they will deliver any where ia the village the coals (if tlie Powers Coal Co., the Wick & Wells Co., and Pittsburgh coal, by the car load or ton. ' A thief snatched tlie p leket-book of C. F.il lingor, an Ohio cattle drover, o'l the 20 insl., from the counter of the Murine II ink, Unlfalo. containing . check drawn by L. L. CrooUi r for 6,0U0, and Valuable papeM, No house is completely l'urnicliecl unless it Is adorned with a copy of the lit lie newsboy picture, entitled "Touch dim if you dure," uml nil it costs is the purchase of a bull' pound o'l good tea lor a small amount of money, at the sign of the Golden Mortar, The person who exchanged Unhivllna with me at Su Peter's Church on the iiibt of the confirmation, will please leliiru mine to Mr. Gilkey's store where he will find his own. As mine has my name umi ku l un the inside I preler to have it. K. I. Tit a v mi. Dban & BitADES.of Hoe.k Creek, announce to the world by posters printed at this otllce, their determination to run elf their lure stock f goods at greatly reduced prices, in antici pation of a chauge of firm on ihe first of Feb ruary next J The pleasure as well as the novelty ot wor shipping by gas lilit, at tlio Presbyterian church, ou Sunday evcuin.tr last, wa.t not, ns expected, experienced. It was found impossi ble to complete the connections. As the even ing; was stormy, and but few out. (ho disap pointment was not very serious. A Dew time table came into use on the N. Y. & Erie, Nov. 3rd, and its changes, which a,r considerable, b ive been duly aud accurate ly copied into our table, to be found upon the inside of this number. LadiKs' Hbmep tiociKTY. There will bo a masting of the Ladies' Relief Society at the Presbyterian chapel ou Friday, Dec. 5lh, at two o'clock, P. m. By order Pres't. MISS FARRINGTON. Sec'y. M'Imttbb' 8 Sun Pictures of the Holy Land, that were, according to the bills, to have been exhibited in this place on Friday and Saturday evening last, failed of an appearunce, ami the printers' bills are unpaid. Our Painesville co temporaries have our lively sympathies. We learn that the company, not having a paying hiuse, "burst up" at Willoughby. Oyster Supper. The ladies of the M. E. church will give an Oyster Supper the first of the season on Tuesday evening, Dec. 2nd at their rooms in the church. They invite the public, one and all, to come and enjoy one of the best social time that can be had In Ashta bula. All pains will be taken to make it so for every one. Supper from 7 o'clock to 10. Ruffianism has showu Itself very boldly a. our streets of late lit assaulting and Insult ing aaprotected females. Some half a dozen respectable ladles havo thus been attacked, an) been obliged to flee and call for help. These successive outrages have roused a stroug feeling of Indignation, so much so, that It would not be well for the perpetrators of these assaults t be caught. They might not have any stomach for a repetition of them, if tho threats we have heard, were carried into exe cution. . Further confirmation of the belter aspects of the case i Minister Sickles bag Authorized a denial of tbe reports that he had a slormy Interview With the Spanish Foreign Minister. Ills rela tions wltb the member of the Government are nnchaneed. He pronounces equally un true tbe report that he had expressed the opln janthat war is Inevitable, and says he has ut Xcred up opinion hi to the result of the pend- question. These denials by Minister es corroborate the cumplaiuts of the -b press that tbe (llsnutelies sunt to the ''tales are intentionally unjust and bos t, . Mil. J a men HmiiiI mill Ms moilier.lell lor New Ymk on Tmsduy morning luat, for a winter's ri siileiice, Tho new slore Unit has siarted off with such aucoeas, under lliR (Inn of L. W. Hmllh A Bun, III be minuted by Mr. ,. W. Smith and bin liiiilher iii law, Mr. (lllmore. About nine o'clock on the tvenlnir of Halur dny, tho V2d, a severe shock of eiirllifpiuke was felt nt Trekn, California, and boiled 1ft seconds. A shock wns also felt al Grove Creek, Oregon, 100 miles north of Yreka, and was the severest ever experienced In that pari of the country. Accidknt. Mr. Kit ink. of the firm of Frlnk As Wire, machinists, of t'lurnlx Foun dry, while pausing through the Hoot alley, on Tuesday evening, slipped and fell, breaking his 1t-ll leg Just nliovo the ankle. He was soon found by Mr. M. II. Haskell and helped lo his boarding house near by Capt. Kioliui dson's. Tiianksoivino. In oider to give our em ployees, and the whole working force of the Tiii.umtArii ofllcc, an opnrltiniiy to go to church, end devoutly olTer their grateful ac knowledgments of Divine iroodneKS, and whh mind free from the exactions of n printing of fice, and a stomach yearning for the annual banquet, to sit down to the enjoyment oflheir turkey and pumpkin pic. Wc have been obliged to observe less order in the matter nnd make up of Ihe paper, titan usual our omnium gath erum having been allowed less consid' ration and deliberation. The object being not only to I'osler grateful hearts, hut to cherish our patriolisih in cheerful aud unshackled obe dience, to commands of mithorily, 'which we in lc. id that neither panics, nor the cry ol hard tinn s shall drive from our doors. It is n,ot improbable that among our Increasing readers, there ore mutiy, who in years cone by, have annually gathered mound Ihe thanksgiving table ol home, who on Ibis re currence will only meet tin re in Imngtnaiion. Hardly a year rolls around, w iihoiit bringing separaiioiiH. An amhiiioiis son, Willi I' mini eye, perhaps, hut a stout and manly heart beating under bis vest, turns lii back upon tlie col where lie wiis born, and his face to the soiling sun. l'ro; pi rity may have smiled up on him, or its rainbow lints may have faded out with failure and disappointment, but Willi the approach of this blessed day, imagination will hardly fail to curry him buck to bis pa ternal hearth stone and the circle of past years, of loved faces and loved ones. Or it may be n daughter has been wooed nnd won, and transplanted to the golden shores of the Piuilic, and who will turn her thoughts back at the recurrence of thanksgiving, to the dear ones al home : and while thankful tor the itoodncss ol it kind Providence towards Ik r and hers, offer a sib nt orison for those she knows ait; gathered around the ciiecrlul fire, and Ihe crealurecoiulorls I hat always welcome the day. Blessings on t lie day and all lis sweetening and hallowed Intl icnces. Ii brings friends together, cements friendships and fami ly lies, and throws a halo across the dark pathway of tlie weary wanderer from the fold. All are nulled under the warming and bcnL'ii Influence of this puritan observance. The youth looks with Jiy at iis approach, and the aged father or mother wipe their spectacles, ind wonder nt Ihe wide nnd impassable gulf that lies between sixty nnd sixleen I There is, however, iinol her view lo lie taken. There are those who should out be shut out, and left without a taste of the comforts with w hich the occasion is Iratight. Winter, witli nil ils rigors is upon us, and what is of sombre interest, found many unprepared and unprovided to meet its pinching demands. Tbe laborer who lives I runt hand to mouth upon the avails of his daily toil, is suddenly deprived of his means of support and the abil- (y to conlribulu to Ihe comlbrls of a depend ant lumilv. Tlie poor and enfeebled we have always with us. In Ihe midst, then.ol antici pated comfort, let us distribute of whatever abundance, we have in our "basket and store" been blessed, Unit a common enjoyment of the day may liu diffused as far and wide us our ability nnd influence may affect it. Gas lias been let inlo the mains, and the conneclions bavin:: been made with many places of business as well us residences, it is expeeled, by Thursday evening, I ho lighting will begin. In tlie meanliine, Ihe work of searching out leaks has been carried on for several days. Like the lost bit of silver, it is searched for Willi not a candle, exactly, but Willi n Siinl-lamp. I hose who have seen the flame, speak of it in Ihe highest praise for ils clear and biilliunt light. The posts, we be lieve, are dow n, and tbe lumps are expected. Let our iinpalb ncp, therefore, be curbed, as the suspense will be brief. ; A Jury suit cniuo off on Saturday lust, in which Lucihn Rockwku. was plaintiff, and 1. R. Him. defendant. It was brought upon n nolo for some $70 given by Mie defendant to J. W. Mock well, in payment for a pair of horses, which nolo had been b .tight by plaintiff. The case occupied the alternoon aud evening, by J. II. BiiisHstAN and W. H. Hubbard, Esq., for defendant, nnd Chas. Booth, Esq., for tbe do fence. The refusal to pay was based upon the allegation that the horses were not worth the price demanded, and that, therefore, the sale was fraudulent. The case was argued with considerable ability, and tlie young barristers, for the pluiulllf, acquitted themselyes with much credit, and gained their case, the verdict belug for the plaintiff. V$T is a rather remarkable, coincidence (hut just about the time that Mr. Arch sails back to England to return, bringing w ith him the first organized immigration of agricultural laborers, we should hear of operatives out of i mployment taking passage for Europe. t35lSan Francisco is joyous over her pro posed Australian line or steamships. The first steamer will leave Sydney lor San Francisco about the middle of December. t3T What a scene will bo presented when Tweed, the ex-prince of politics, proprietor ol palaces ami diamonds, at one time in com mand of 10,000 retainers, is placed in a felon's cell at Black well's Island. a9-Unitcd Slates Judge Charles Sherman, of the Xnortlicrn Ohio District, promises to re sign bis office before Congress meets. It were well that 'twere doue quickly. (3J"Vermont Is a small Slate, yet it is tho seventh collection district In Ihe Uuloa in tho magnitude of lis Imports, coming next to New Orleans. Its imports for the last fiscal year wero 110,677,000, ' i , ' s . , Mat or Patent lued h-ora Ilia United States Patent Oltlca lo Ohio luveutora, for the week end ing Nov 4th 1878, and each bearing that dule, fur nished UiW pa pur by Cox A Cox, Solicitor ot Patafcta Wastilnulon, JJ, C. Hoisting Engine P. F. Murgatroyd, Cleve land. . Cultivating Plow W. Begnell, Otsego. Cooking Stove J. McMuster Dayton. . Blackboard J. Ueber, Nebraska. Cur Coupling J. M. Wells, Painesville. Eaves Trojgh Hanger G. T. Williams, Akron. Device for Retaining Firo iu Stoves E. T, Robins, Cincinnati. Turbine Water Wheel I Shack, Fremont. Steam Boiler J. U. Worswick aud E. Lewis, Cleveland. Nou-Conducting Filling for the walls of Dinner Pails O. M. Bplller, Cleveland. Farm Gale J- C. Uohrcr, Corner. FROM ROCK CHEEK. I'd. Telrtfftph l Vrot. Barber, ot Minim 'i1 lege, formerly principal of our school, U here on a visit, L. B. Woolever Iihj expend : some sixtcdi hundred dollars In repairing hli grist mill, mid now has It In Ihe most complete running or (ler and la already dolnif a largo business. Messrs. Wilcox and Phillip expect to repre sent the Innnint; and leulher Interest at Ihe Tanners' Convclllloil, Ibis week, at Warren. Our treasurer elect Is at Jefferson, assisting III colliding faxes, Ouf teachers report thai the Teachers' Insti tute, whs very Interi sling, and Unit much val uable Instruction Was given. Our iheese factory has turned Into a broom factory, for the w inter. Merchants nro paying 00 cents for butler, M. Rock Creek Nov. 26.1873. MARINE. The Oswego Tiint.t of (ho 21st, says the scbr. West Hide, Capt, Hweatlund, laden whh w heal, while being towed inlo purl las', night by Hieing Morey. flipped r line, and ihe vessel drilled mil and went ashore. The night w as dark and (told, and h heavy sea w as run ning. A Government life-boat' was launched and look oil' the crew. The scbr. was after wards gotten into p.iri with but little dumaee. The steamer Ballanline which met with (lis nsterut the Lime Kiln crossing, has been got up nnd taken to Ihe Detroit drv dock. A con- sider.ilile porli f h-r cargo has been light ered, and n is probable Ihe whole w ill have In lie taken out beloru her repairs can be com pleted. The schr. Enterprise, with barley for Oswe go, is us tore nt Poplar Point, b liking badly. The schr. S.nilb it Post, Olive Branch, ioel several otliei t rails, w hich contracted lo t ike grain cargoes to Oswego, have abandoned I ltd i- chart is and are laying up at Detroit. The schr. Minncn lti, which went iiIi ire on the point north of 'I wo Rivers dining the storm of lust Tuesday, has compl lelv broken up, and her cargo, which coiisistid nf lumber, lalli and pickets, Iks strewn along (ho beach ior several miles. Tbe cnnliituiicv ol'llio lJoiiiuit Citllio- lic Aiv!iliislio ol I'oseii continues, mm, the conliscutioii it Ins entire personal ii-(iii'it y is following, ns n matter of course. J litre are tliutv or lorlv cliarires niinst Mr. Leilocliowski of (ifiiioiutinir priest without tiotil vinj; tlie Cliiol I resident ot the province, lis re quired by tlie eeclesiiiNtical laws. On each charge he is summoned to a wejia nite trial beforo tho nearest 1'olice court, railing to appear, as ho liivnria-, hie does, ho is fined from 200 to 1,6 d t balers.- Of course, a refusal to pay the line is a necessary part of his .policy of resistance. Then "the proper olliccr of the District Court of l'osen proceeds to tlie Archiepiseiipal palace, and levies (in whatever lie can lay hold ot." A few w eeks ity-o, it wtisthe Archbishop's state carriage and horses; now, according to a cable telegram, it is his furniture. Next, tve presume, the oflieer will seize his ecclesiastical wardrobe, and then. when the Archbishop, Count I.edoch- owski, has suffered martyrdom by being reduced to a strictly apostolic state of poverty, the Prussian Diet will probably rind it necessary to pass a. liny depri ving him of his otliee, and providing for his expulsion from the country. Tut: UoosAf! Tunnki.. A letter from Mr. Walter Shanley, under date of the 18lh instant, states'that tlie Iloosac Tun nel will probably be opened through on the 2Sth instant. The Shauleys have until September 4, 1K7-1, to complete tlie enlargement and grading of the tunnel, and the laying through it of one line of track, and the removal of till material, tfrc. It is probal.le, however, that the tunnel will be opened for travel on tho -ftli of July next, th it being Governor Wash burn's desire. Todotliis.it will lie ne cessary to timber tlie tunnel at certain points where demoralized rock was en- coun'ered in boring, us a temporary ex pedient, leaving the pcrinanent brick arching of those places to bo done af er the opening. It is the choice of the en gineers to delay the opening until this permanent arching is completed, but it is uncertain which course will be adop Boston Journal. Jay Cooke & Co. do not vet open their doors, and it begins to look as if they would lie compelled by it part of men- creditors to go inrougn nanKrupTcy proceedings. If so they cannot pay over 50 or 00 cents on the dollar. The First National Ilank, which was principally owned by Jay Cooke & Co.', and which whs jilaced in the hands of a receiver, lias paid a HO per cent dividend to its creditors, including depositors. Ex-President Johnson gets nearly 5, 000 by this dividend. The prospects for more depends on the ability of the Cookes to pay their debt to the bank. Jay Cooke drew out $760,000 before the sus pension nnd used it iu Philadelphia-: It probably went into the Northern Pacific road. ' ; i. FAi.uxd off is Expokts. We havo been importing much less this yenrthan lust ; that everybody concedes. It is in teresting to know in what lines tlie re duction lias been made, and to what ex tent in each. Tlie statistics -of - British exports iu this country for tho first ten months of this year nnd of lust, show these points to Home extent. The great est falling off has been in the manufac tures of iron. 5ar, bolt, nnd rod iron has fallen 02 per cent.; railroad iron, 00 jiercent.; and hoop, sheet, and boiler iron, 38 per cent.; pig-iron lias fallen off 45 per cent.; and steel, 10 per cent. Of silks, we have taken only half as many; of cotton goods, 23 per cent, less; of lin en goods, 10 per cent. less; of woolens, only 0 per. cent. lens. Wool, on the other hand, lias fallen off 00 per cent., and mixed goods in the sumo proportion. No F KJUTixo Emtok Kkqcikeii. A Western editor has put in practice, a plan which will enable all papers to dis pense with tho usual fighting member of the stall. One morning lie wns-waited on by the biggest kind of a fellow, armed with a terrific cudgel, with several and sundry protuberances sticking out all around, marvelously resembling Colts, Derringer's and Howies, who sainted him with, "Where's that scoundrel, tho editor?" Our friend said, "lie is not about, but please take a seat and amyise yourself with a paper; he will bo in in a tew minutes," and hurried down stairs, at tho foot of which ho met another man still more profane and fierce, who asked the same question in the same 'language. "Oh," said the retreating editor, "go up stairs, you will find liiui reading the pa lter." Accordingly, up he went, like a high-pressure steam engine, letting off steam nt every .step.;:"' Our frTund'wjuteJ a minute, and such a crash slam, bang, oath, curse, whjurgation as if all pan demonium was let loose. What the re sult was, was never known, as our friend didn't wait, GETTING CLOTHES. When n 'Woman but nn i.rliclo rf wearing nppiin I, it is nil right.' Mio i not oiinei.. to back becntiae of I his or Hint defect. Hie ignores man's knowledge iu the mat ler, mid ho is only loo glad to escape hi make tiny protrst. I'm when be uphoNfeis himself in any pMilieular, she gie Ihe iirliclea the most critical t xniniinitioii, nnd in nine cases out of ten hurries him right buck with ft., Iletwcen that man's regard f'ir his wife and fear of the. iiiercliaiit, he loses a olvnt ileal that is plensaiit In (his world. II is also a little singular what a wonder ful effect the store w here you have made Ihe purchase lias upon the lil of (he ar ticle. I have know ii a mini to go back three limes with a coal. The first time it pinched htm ti little tinder the arms. The dealer had him try 'if on; theii pull ed it down m the buck, stood off and squinted lit it, and then said: "How dot's llmt feel now!1" Tht! man, peiv'piring nt every .pore, and feeling that he was guilty, m tome Way, of taking unfair advantage of n trusting fellow-mortal, confessed it wm much better, and went off. The next day lie appeared, witli the impression that there was no wool in the cloth; his wife said so. The salesman gave him such a pitying glance, and whipped the coat over from one side to the other so rapidly, and talked ho fast about texture and wool, that the miser able wretch was glad to get the garment hack, ami get out of Ihe store. Two days later, he sneaked iu ngain with the coat under his arm. This time il piiiclie'l across the len k. Tho tailor' had him try it mi again, and then rub Led it across the back and pulled if a i ' the front mid said he never saw anything fit like that, in his life: and tlie man'! went off with a similar belief, lie didn't go back any more; but lie stoo l in front of that store, when no one was looking, and shook his list through the window nt the tailor and think up the things lie wanted to do to .him, but which "there appeaie.l no immediate prospect of do- Danbury News. latest wildcat, or polar bear en-1 terpriso in Canada, is the building of tho eastern portion of the Canada "Pacific through the Hudson's Day region. A party of engineers, who 'have been ex ploring the country, have -discovered several new facts which ought to appear upon the maps. The dangerous (juinze river, so called becansy it is supposed to have fifteen rapids, has only fourteen. It empties into Lake Teniiscatniiigiie. The party also made a careful cxamina tion of the region lying around Lake de Qtiinze, Lake Abikobaj Lake Aposatika, Lake Expanse, the Ottawa river beyond the Dear Chutes, and the Abitibec river. Thev saw no white men after leaving Lake Teiniscamingue, with the excep tion of those located at the different Hudson's Hay posts. Indians roam at will over the vast territory. The chief of the Abitibee Indians exchanged bear hams for flour and grease. The Indians are nowhere of an ' advanced age, the climate or their habits of life being un favorable to longevity. (lame and fish are. said to be plentiful, and Mr. Chand ler thinks that'll large extent of the ter ritory is adapted for agriculture. Hut alas! how can the road lie built in the present state of the money market. EtPPostmnslcr-Gelicral Civswell has finish ed his r-port to next Congress It is tliider s ood that ho strongly urges his pet schemes lor Postal Saving Banks and a Postal Telegraph. Sr. Nicholas. Christinas comes but once a year, nut m. jMciioi.as, tho beautiful mag azine for Girls and IJ i.vs, Just published by ScuniNKit's & Co. ol New York, comes eveiy month. There arc two Serial Series, "What might have been expected," a Story for Boys already commenced, by Frank A. Stockton, one of Ike b st writers for Children In the counlry. The other is a story for Girls, "Ninpo's Troubles," by Olive Thome (Mrs. Harriet . M. Miller) tobeiriuin January. Indeed you find in its pages something for nil, from Grundpa and Grandma to ihe Baby. Price three dollars a year. For sale I13- all News Dealers and Subscriptions are received by all Booksellers, Post Masters nnd Publish ers of Newspapers, and by SCRIBNER & Co., 654 Broadway. N. Y. Husband (who Ii ad been out West on business, and left his wife some blank checks) "Mary, I find you have consid erably overdrawn at the' bank." Mary "Nonsense, John; how. can that be? I've two of those blank checks left yet." LOCAL NOTICES. Mk0ni.1Iand Shwino Machinus Among tliem the Hon e, Florence, Wheeler Wilson, Jbc, can be had at merely nomlml figures, of R. L. Oaovmi, iijjeut of the Singer I lohlnn, at Klnvllle, for th,3 nest, two weeks. The price paid will be credited at anytime, la ex change lor a new family Singer Machine. Tho name oriXUHAM, CLARKE & CO., or Cleve land, Ohio, la widely known by book lovers. Their Salesroom at C17 Superior street, 170 feet lu length, la crowded with hooka and la the general resort of read lag people, white their wholesule department Is wall supplied with School hooka, Stationery, Albums, Toy books, Ac., for tho Jobbing trade. They do a lare. bus iness la supplying public, private and neighborhood LlUrurlel, aud reading- dull J wltb tbe new books, all eiith lielnjr received as sooq as published. They have ttVHtn volumes of Sunday school bu.oks of the better class, and they carefully avoid the t rashy hooks to com mon In Sunday school libraileB, while abundant pro. vision has been made for Sunday 'school prtscnis and Christniua tree deoonitions, )n illustrated holiday booka, ami ;cholco editions of the standard authors. lhy arxi UuuMialty fall, aud boys aud girls of all ages, will lb. d sevural thousand volumes suited to their tastes. Bucb a collection of books we advise ouf read era to call and examine when they go to tbe city, and ia behalf of the ttrrn, we extend tt welcome to every To Coimuiiliitl von, The udvertlser, having beea permanently cuied of that dread disease, Consuu ptlon by a.almple remedy, ! anxious to make knowu o his fellow auflurers tho means of. cure. To all who desire it, lie wrll send a copy of the prescription uaeit,freu of. charge,) with tlie directions for preparing end unlnc Vh same, which they will find a tur Cure or ContumtHon, A Mhma, BnmeMi t, , . -1 1 . Parties wlsliliig the prescription will please address 1186-y Rev. EDWAHD A. WILSON, ..... 1!HI Penu Stro't, Willlauiaburgh, If, y, AVe riului that Miss Bawveb's Salvb Is entirely dirTereut from all others. I That there are great many good Salve's oS'ered for sulo but uone so good a Miss Sawyer's Salve. That every family should have a but. , That It will do all aud even inoru than It la recomend-ed-todo. Iii". ' '. ' Put up Id boxes at 50 cents each. Bold by all Drng gists. , ! ' " i lylxlO . Oastorla I more tha" substitute for Castor Oil. It la tbe only y article Iu exlstero which Is certain tn assimilate the food, rsgulat the bowels, cure windcolie. aud produce natural si a p. It contains neither minerals, niorphliie or alcohol, nnd Is pleasant to lake. Children need not cry, and mothers may rest. " ., . I il' , Removal. . .'."' I HAVE removed mv larpre st.ick of Boot and Hhoks from Male St. to hnilih's new felocic 6n Center St.. and am now he'.lcr preLared than ever to vtipply my customers with tbe best Custom and Keady made Work iUSO Wit. Ml TALL. nlr Mitl mint:. 'YTf ir'ifMft wM h lit tVn tftiir Unltrifftt ft! tint fcltf, no ; vw-IHi:;' Il tvill 10, M'.iltlf, mid no 1'tm-ti"" wiiirli ntll ti'il nirr b ThUJl" Mnn. tiujunt'i , linf H I Iriif, II (in ('"'il'i" '1 iron- f nr - n r)n 'ittjHi1-m. nrfiralt-in. f k Hw Uv, (rnt;i. m-f'llliifti. inkf hnT,. r-ln, litini. ill rlifurn. iir M'-he. fir.. fi'rt tli Ivimah frniiic, flitfl f lrrilrir, pavln. pnll, '., tijn ftirimnl In ow yp.'tr l!tn lirm oflirr fft"ti'l ft f(Hi'Ur Hive Hip nr;l Imuhii. It I n toutitrr Irrlnu.t. an nil litfijinir pfllii r ll.vff. frlit)!- Tl.rcw n ny th'-lr rrnttlir. hu IfttiM t'.k. fMivnti"fl Mix" arts n im Ict 1 limnli , nti1 111" w miifl'te itrc bruli 'I w I'ltunt a nmr. It l mi litun hvj. ' he ro'if tw jttiMiHM'Jl rnmwl en Hi bo'tlf It ! roiy.wj 14 tin nrll'-'i' i-vi li-f -iti- fold, find II vr hr, MHft It tnpf JuM wlnt II pr ti-ii'lf to ttt, ThOMi ivlin now utT'T from flr-i'n itl-m. piiii or Nwellliitf dcccrvc to "iifl r If their wMl not u- VtitJinr Liniment. Wro than l.tfii c(.riift. . of rmatK i'iIc riir- f. Iiiflndln;? frcz'-ii liinh. cln-mik rlt-niniii-in, (.'nut. f HMiiiirz tu ni'im, $ f hvo hn n f'vjv.Ml. Wi pvw ylmilnr f-iiMtniMn-j rerfflMt . tli" fi-ripe. A, irnii., lo any one ffi,i.-t.fir,i' h. ttu hotilr ofil.e yi lln vmpiH-r i'ciitniir IJnlnif-iit 1- Konli wiv Imnflrw! ilifjlnrn tT jt' In fl or rnvt n1 (! htvp or mule, or fn prrvw worn In -h cj. Ffxk r,mr hl Ihilim tit i" worth rotir ritl'-rtluii. Ko fam ly Hioiild Ip without (Vntiiur Mnlippfit. w1flU al p-n.fin. rlircntP riottlf; lar:; vMh-n$l 0j. f . H. Hwk A, Vo., M Bf1iflvaf, Ni wT'ii'h, J -J-:i-i, DIED. Mnwinrrnt"iit free: f ''I mi n ni)itfn'iiolief J.hntf role In j,r rtk. vi-n- "'I'Xenly on (lie I.11I1 liift., A.ikh M'Nr,S. iu the Sl'ye.ir of liM S:J.' r In I'atiM'f vilte. on 1 i . i:',ih nt Novrni'irr. r,rv tiC deniy, ,(. Will , Mw.r.. H .- i C! y-etr, fetm-illv lit ni!iiver. A-hii-lmia Co., hither hli remioiii! were l;ikell I'nr lllermeut. THE MARKETS. Ashtabula Market. ASHTABULA. Nov. 26.1873. p -a: 'r (." fie . i it:r i't . - - M. No! I.'V h'l : . 1. l;-d .... Jl r.i 1 I", is, 4 -.----i IU' - I -.. ..: l!l"!TMl, cum:-!:. I'lillKK A 1UM-. . I. et. , . Ki.b- .. I'orvTei tin it-t.f. ; to i li to i; a 1.1 tots Kl to I -J 'l to ;r. - ii't mi --.'7 tx) 4f: I'l I l s.-i 00 :' ) in V SI HI . S .ti;-J ( li .t'l'Kli l- Kl:ri ('cm ;,(! V...,i ; Sait- p' rli'i'. nt Ilarli 'r. n i -ia -t(ir,t Cii'-Tser ill' iieUV NeTS ;.. ...... roci.Tiiv , From the Chicago Tribune. CHICAGO MARKET. The Ch1"i;. p. Kiiu:,, m.i,ket woK f ilrly aetii p on Monday, bat breiidlu!! i xhihitid .ti;-!it fulliui-on. Chiefly ol' jr to tin! pmrp.":t of II 'jiaciiic reltli'inellt Willi Spain. Mess pork t active ai4 lurnOt per hhl. b:;!ier, florin; lit ia.(D ru-h. I.ir.l war active aud nn cliunu'ed, c1okIii at f7 9ti!T.lH ca-h. Meats were quiet aud firm nt "e fur tf-ewn lein--. Like r't:;!itii were dull and strain,'. Die ted h:i- ",efr itiniei! at $150 perHdlMH. Flour uar more nct!ve itt'll ete-tdy. Wlieot wa- (jaiet tiiiil lc Ioer.. -locin llrrna- 1.4.",' carli. nd l.(W,",e feller 111 ccinlier. Corn win Uaily and .'c lower, cIiHul' rln vu r.t 41 sc carli ami 4:",c seller Deccinher. Outr were f!ull mid ?C lower, cloi-lw,' at HPi.t ca-li aud :ilj Heller Decenther. Jtyc itae (jnlet and i-teiirly at liVttV)1'. Ilaricy wa dull and ea"ii-rat $l.'i-l''tJ.'M for No. i tiogr were Relive uud firm until near the clore, wlu n they w eakened ahoet 5c per 100 lbs. Sale at fS.tiKtl.nri.- Tlie rtitlie market wa dull ami lower, with utile.- at $2.0i..u,) for poor to choice. Sheep were undamped. ' CHICAGO MARKET. Chicago Live Stock Market. Monday. Nov. 24th. Extra beve r.i le.l ateor-i. averaL-in 1 , 1(10 lb and upward, $.".lyr, i li I Clioico Ilecves tine, fat, well formed 3 to 5 year old ateer. averatjinir. l.TiO to 1.4.MI. ?4.5j.1."i. Oo.'d beevei? well fattened, finely formed teera, avera'int; !.S Kl to l.a."l lh", ijl.411"! Ili'l, aledintn lrades uteerrf in fiir ttei-h, averaijiii l.VA) to l.Mi lrp I.i5. Btitclier' atock, common to fair ateerr, aud ood to extra cowl, far city alnui-hter, averainp 8t0 to 1,1(10 lt..jJ.6'l8. Stock caule onmmon cat tle iu decent fleali, avc'raslng e) t.i 1,050, $-J.4(ira.4.-i. Inferior lij,'ht and tliin cowa, beifera, ataira, bulla, and aealawair ateeri. $l.".Ve,-i,-.Ti-. Cattle Texua, choice corn-fed. f t.5.Tl..al; T.'.xii, northern wintered, fJ.T.'i i.8.a.-; Texas, tuiwiish droves. fl.OOfta.OO. OOetnO A 'KIl rr.adn with our ankndid ttVJVAJ ill.MltlNA TlOX I'UoSI'K' TI H. It repreaenta aatnple p.-ieer anr'. ftyle or Inudiiiir of 50 iutea"elv interc-nii!' and u-eftil hooka that sell In ev ery fi ml ly. Itect thiutr ever tried by eaavHt-fera, AliKSTS WAN !'i'-l, to make a rsutiANKKT nraiNr-s oa tiieae worka in every 'cniihty. I'l-oHperlua aent poat panl ou reeelpl ni price, yi .Ml v or ctr.anura ana liiienu terma. nihlreaa JOHN K. roi'TEIt 4 CO., l'ublishcra, I'liiladelphiu, l'a. "CUSHING'S MANUAL OF I'Altl.IAMKNTAr.Y 1'KACTICE. Ittilea of iiroceediuit an. I debute ili deliheralive oa aenihliea. An Indi-pen-alile leind-hook for every member of a deliberative body, and the authority in ail tlie Sinua. - The most authoi itative expna'.itter of American par. llumcumry law.' I'leia. Smhaer. I'riee. h.si ceni-. Sent bv mail on receipt of price Addtcaa TIIO.MI'SON, 1IIIOWN &, CO.. lloaton. laaa V "-is j' a b'.rriii v Dn jru mo YOUNG PS0PLE rAA N O THE' --C-5 rrmi COMPANION aims to be a fa- .L vorireln every fiimlly looked for eajrerly by the voimir folks, and rend with Interest by the older. Its purpoae Is to interest while it amuses : to be juiliciolia, practical, sensible; and lo have really permanent worth, while It attracts fur the hour. , . It la hnndsnmely Illustrated, and baa for contribu tors Boine of the moat altrucllvu writers iu the coun try. AitHing these are : EUWAllll EuilLRSTOS, PltOF. JAXUS 1EMI1.1.B,; Louisa M. AitoTT, ; KenRccA II. Davis, C. W. FLANPEKS, . s S. S. IlonBiNs, . Do, 1. 1. Hatks, . LottlaB C. Motri.tox, "SorHta" May," C. A. tiTKruExa, ItVIUI tUESTtariELD. M. A. IlKKKlaOK. " - - ' s ' , I Is reading Is Qdnrjtcil to.f'ic old nnd young. Is very varied ia Its iharucler ; aprii;h4.ly and entertaining. It gives i ... SToniKs of AnvxxTi iiE, . ExnitiEs lis5 Home axo Lkttep.s or Tiiavbl, Scuool LirK, E UTOlllAkS TON l'i unESf ,Tai.ks, P.oetby, , ToHrst.' ' ' ' " - '' ' Skl.icTiONa ron Decla IIistouicai. Anxicwa.r , ,., tiui",- BlOJllAl'lUCAL SKETl UES, ANECDOTES. Fl SiZLES, . RKi.ietous Articles, Facts and Inciuexts. ; St'BSCItlPTION PltlCE, tl 50. Specimen copies sent free. Address . PKRRV, MASON & CO. t- 41 Temple Place. Boston. Masa $20.00 SAVED! To tueui the ur'uiil deiuiiitdtj of Clio timet the FLOHKNCE WKWIN( M VC'IIINK COfttPAKY have ilt'termliiKil In ItEUrCK Pit ICES, and will hereafter sell their1 f(i9 Machine for (IS, and oiner siyiws in proporiion. t THE FLORENCE In tha ONLY Huwlmr Mucliine that feed tito work bark wrtiil ami forward, nr to ihe rtKhl aud lofi, 11 tlie pnr cliatr inty prt!or. i( ban )jeti jrtu(ly li(iliO KlJ anil aiMt'i.ii1 ibu, aua laiar Dettt'i' luau any uiittr ma chine lu thu markft. IT IS NOW THE CHEAPEST. Florence. Muss., Wov-. lit 1K!S. Arei't wanted. RICH ; FARMING, LANDS.' I ruao.ii,a iii tuwiri , THU BlVf INVKVMEVrt ' No Fluctuations I Always luiproviug hi Value I r( It'saWA of 1it Vounlry It nmdt bv the Advanct I NOW IS TUfc.'l'UIEl .... 1 Millions of ac-es of tlieilnest landa on the Contt. sent, In Eastern Xebhaska. now for sulo-M Uum Mi trliei'oi t in Hit market t yricee .that COJdPETnTON. Five and ten years Credit lvf, wltb Jutertat at Six 1 , Percent. ' .. "...v , ... ....... ' The lauid lira at HoihI. (Ii Company fain, al per stir lmids.- They can now be purcl.a.-ed al a lurge 01 fOUIIt. ' e. .t-i.., i -t 'v ' . .1' i tfffall l'arltiitlara given, new (ialili with' new Maps mailed free, by addreeahig u. F. DAVIS. iatl ConmUsbMtr V. P. H It. '-- ilur gimrnnluil In Apent. Ad1rea n.tV. ( iiikk t in, Ssi. Cant St., liaMliDiro, Mil. PTRFSTTlP W''iV ovk " itt:im.it" ku I I.I -M K A III (Kill, pTolnee Hie 1irjjeM lllit (nr. tic ii.,U n any nl oil lump. ft nle hi all Umoi IJSYI IIO.MANCY or Soul CI -1 linr. ' llo either tnv mi iii- enln ilifViveioiil arm iloin- irf tu iier..,ii the, i ii,,i hi-lioitlr. Tils lmiile m-nial' anintremi'iit all ivtn irmnte mid ,r.w. iiinn, i,,r roil, Manlike h'UU I'lrll'tinA llrr.ele, l.mllei.. A letter lioiik. Vw i levetl er with rlrtama IIIkib Ii, oiteer tionk. v) irm mtu a,i,i..... .1- 1,1 AM I ,. I'niill.hi m. I'hlladi-li'hln. WflMPW MV. fllrl., and lloy. aanlnl to lrt71Vi.JJl9 our Frnrh and Amern-nii .Ictt-clrr. Il.,nli lal le . Oune". Ac-ttl llielr OHH IlK-'lllllea. . lui ruol ded. ( ntat'-fftie. iartn, Ar., ai-m tree-. '.. M' KKMV .. Ai tnta. Maim.. A I)VKInsi-;US' (t7ZKTTK. mo p ie... Sem bv mail for S.V. Addrraa OKO. 1'. IfO'V Kl.l, A ( o.. 41 nrk How. ,Nev V"k. . TIIK N K W -Y O i IK " TI M I JS. 7Ay, Sr I- 11m ., flU'l M'l ilbj. TSIIJ MH-KIKK DAILY TITIl;l la TUB . . . . ONLY ' REPDBLICAff ' JOURNAL J.N TUK I I I V OK NKVY-YOKK. The lilir'i eli irnet. r Hblrhibe Uaii.vTic l a. hnni in lb" i" a rufiif'i'-iit iftiniantee or lla roridm t in Iheliilare. 1 1 III ,, Men lo advorate the fau-e f Ihe public. M ilhi ut leleretice lo the Imereaia or iiull vi'lnala. Nnexpeiire will h? i hii .-H In U,e niainleii anee if li pofiiom aa Ihe for- li:ot of Auietiean jour lial. Ilia il.e beat cnily family t,ei -ptiper in the loaalry. It liaa t he bitel nvwa, the (Ka( li.r.'lii n,r-refponilenei-. and Ihe hliiret atafTof liorne corr, "pond-'in-. All o'l.i'-' tionat'h; i,t wa and i dv rtiaeinenls are rlai'llr i v lieleil. Ti.UHH TO MAIL M BM IIIBKHS. Tlie Umi v Tixsa, fu r oi. nam, lnrlii(ilnK the fcini day tditioii. , f 19 Th! n.ii.i Tiar.a, per aniisin, enlylie or Ihe Huiidy K'tiihai to '1 he Sunday Mitioli' per annum Th e Hem f - Trcech Tim en. The'SKMi-WsKKl.T Tiwaa contain s . very earef.il epititirre of our r.,re n and helm- turreapoln ertce : an inlere-lliar f l-etiou of rnir' ni hterartire from the beat fun tu'li aim (lome.Hi' i,totMii.. . : i iol,r vari iv of iiL-ri' utrtir ii ii.niier. and'ttee vi rv latent l.ewa up lo the boar .r t'.iimr t p:v-. 'I Hint 'I.mi r an, u a. lah r.tl.-f, - l rooeai one Jiai a.VIU: T. Il e p,e-. i lie vear. wi'. ami one i-i,a mij.v fi.e. New tinni.-a mm he a..dei lo i.iuba at at,., lone d.irinu' I i'tf v,r. al claii r lies, . T:IK' m;KbYTIMn8. Tlie Wskki.t Tita ia nniiontKd'y the he-t pipe- I t the l innet, lor tne Mechanic, i mi-for al' ho live in haalitir. Mlneli are e.r,d t.n! by we klv unila. I: 'oui.ilii-. In ad. mil a lo idlioritil ci hintcnt'a on enrrent toptca an excellent cumi, i. .all. n ti the m-i a f the ti.wa or ttie week: ibe taot Itnportani eiel.ta both home and furHi.ii. an-reilcwua at h eetli. and a Li'ire ijuanlily ut aiatitrts iriviai e-p.Ully hecr xln' t tl:e lanner ana uo-eh'tirl':. lta laarkcl teporta are tlie fmle-t and moat aci.nrale iu tbe country. Ti'in, tSt.O'J (.er anittim, Clali ralea of the WKr.m.r -al! to one poat enlc ad dreaa li.e copies p"r nnniini. tTrai:1,u n.ie.,,ir aMiiii.ii. ia.Mi ; Twenty copjea, pet annum, ia : 1 hirtv copiea. per aininni. ('to. and one ealra enpv lo eacfi club, for ev. ry club of riltv, one e pv of ihe Smi Wkkki.t Tixks to the L'ell. r-iipper ol ciuh. When (be names ol tne ati'iambcrs are required to be written iia,n each miier of the rlr.h at one port ofilee ail dress, ti.n cu,ts ior eatb eoj3 additional to the above rates. The Si.m-WKriii.r and Wkkkit mailed one year to Clerermi'll tt the Invert rates. Tln-se prices are Invariable Hemit In drafta nn N, w York, or ro-t ollb e .Moin-y Orders, if posBihie. ai d where licit. icr i f tie -e can be procured send the mon ey In a registered letter. Terma. cash In advaucp. THE NEW-YOKK TIMES, . ' New-tork City, 1ST otions, - Ivlillinery, "Wall Papery Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Magozlnes, Pictures Picture Frames, Cass, Baby Carriages, etc, L. LYON". Conn out,' Ohio. 8iaol2la GEE AT PANIC IX- JDTITST GOODS -AT- CARLISLE & TYLER'S. E iirn now nvieninir one of tlie lar- j(eat STOCK of DUY UOOU8 ever brought Into thla county. Bontrht since flie recent PANIC in the KEW VllKri MAKKr.T. aud will be sold al luwer prices than have been seen since ltsil. Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Ail liie new diisirable shades ia F.MPItESS CLOTHS, MhlilNOS. ALPACAS, SATTKENS. SEHCIES. VEI.orlts. M HAIRS CASHMEnns, PI.AIDS. Ill A(4(N AI.R, SILKS,- lltlSII PpPLINS, &C...AC SHAWLS ! SHAWLS I " Over one hundred new at greatly reduced prices, at CAnt.i-i.is t Tyler's. FLAXyjJLS BLANKETS. Great decline In FLAXXKI.S A BLAXKETS AT CARLISLE Jt LER'S r?-Yon nit mri mmey by examining our Stock, which i the largest 111 town. Waterproofs, Waterproofs. 11 Pieces new Waterproofs in all colors, at SO. per Ceut. less tiiuu last yeal-s prices, ul CARLISLE TYLEU'S. Cloths &j Oassimeres! Men aid Uoy'i CAPBlMEItFS In great variety. Look at our all wool KL'LL CLuTUS at Xiuety Ceuts. IIOSIKUY, OLOVKS FASCt GOODS! In d ess variety of Styles and pricaa, ' w hie we do not ask a fancy pront ou. ' i rilAXIvFlTIj for past favprs confer red upon the old Firm of Tyler and Carlisle, tbe new i Firm uf CARLISLE A f TLER hope to gain a share of tlie Pabllo Patronage, by sellug gool Ooo'ds it Low i ;- . . .u.. . . '.el J . .- t' i Prices, and always m ropieientnlt '' ' : ' .' I' ...:'' .' .ti C V. r ': .i' CARLULB TYLER. "' Ashtabuia Uoutc Block. $18 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DRY ;X50 O DS : ! f AotlTAfllXA, OHIO, lllf K ALPACA!, AND Moll Aint, ''!'' V.f. i.- '! :--rt 1 POVORIM, BUILLIAXT1HM, ' .'( TRIIRRAX t'UlllW Lt'VTKRt ,' . " t ; In U new shades. J f '. . V. CHAT SEIOES, CAMEL , In Xavy blue, and olive green, BLACK SILK", MKKIXoS '- '' '.l; - and EMPIIESS CLOTtIS BLACK CASHMERES, ' -. , ' . , '-, -.' ' v ' i ' ' 'v"'.. 1 .. , , ALL WOOL bkLAijCBS, NAVY IJM E W.UEHPm OF; V- 1'VISLEY : 8(1.1, WIS MTItlt'iiO F.EVEHSIUU, bll.VH'L's, V ' , - " F? I FTT.T HtrifVTa Aim. ... a . . ....... 9 w, f.-.HI, -.iO, VlitAA, nAMIilltO E0(;I5f'.si, ' " f U5.VI, LACES iu VaUjnckiluee and thread, ''---' ' I .., ; t BLACK Oi l HI KE LACKS, . BLACK LACE VEAILS, plain and d-tle4. BLACK CLOAKIJJU VELVETS, BUCK TKIMMINO VELVETS, L Ull KS- 1 nt!VTS rcnenirr t n --'" --- . D.in, BLACK SILK FRINGES, LU)IES MISSES' A CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. CETIXMENP- TTRMsniXfl c.noDS IJf Bit HAMJKfchCllIEFSSOPEXDEUsJtc. ' FINE Conns tv XOTIOXS. roMft ftm'SITES SOAPS PKUPI VRttV..lTJKU,IrTl,vii-!i,l0 OUS'AMEXTS. ANtl rW Y OOOD3 IX OUEAT VAKIKTY. ET'TtVtl U'fUJTmu Irorvtan .. , .. PlLhS in all harift. , .cnuiius T . . i ' i"to Are iM'trcr. riccaoae i '"iu ill-- uiy mvea nnergiose but other In eilsteuee 1 than any other polish C () M V O If T ,- , mn-ii, w i i iesa man nail to .lauair required when oilier polishes are used. C TJ U M 11 S Araane.it and cleanlv Ci.n he nsed even In article, niakice no uirt f) p the parbn-nllhont the nor dual when nset & o.,;.iu ...i.... COM V OUT .uitiiiiii-or viriieia. Hna no flisatrreaiite anl Imnajia or atsrmj acid smell when pr-paretl for use, but are pleusaut and harmless, cnuins-j Are n n !n tint atHe .'..': in' each hn m IS and in a foria nmro ,, slicks : 1 stick ia aul- coavenlent for use than r Aelenr for any stove, any oilier polish. thus all waste is saved c o m r O 11 T Are the cheapest imllab In the market, liecanse one boj at 10 cents' will Hilih auucli suj-fice as St ceul'e - worth of Oh old polishes. ... , i'i. - ' 'i C It U M B S nnVe jnat taken the In competition With 1st premium at the In Q y several of the bea of dijuaplh- exposition, the old stove polishes C O M F O II t Buy Crrmihsc-f Cnmfott of vnnr itofr.-l;eepcr, If he uas tbero.or wP. pna ure ihem for vou i If not, sen! ua one foliar, your name. dn the name or tour nearest express station, and we will send von ten boxes, and s Siiles oi Harriett". Racking and Pearl Blueing, free of cost. . . t'Ri Ror CoxroTvr ran be bad of all Wholesale Oro eels and dealers iu the ( nited Slates, and Ketail dial ers will find tn.-m the mo-i profitable, from the . fact fhat they are tbe fastest aellinir article in the market. II. A. BART LETT & CO., . , . 1" -VorA Front . Philadelphia. 4H Jit oad S., Ilmton . .o rntTiuji o. . ,,SIP 1 lyrC. Burlnese Men Ladles sliepplng and EVERY ONE VlSlTIXG CLEVELAND w ill Una to their advantajTjIo TAKE TIItEB lIXXER OR A LlTXCH AT r ,. Numsen. h . Whitney's LADIES DINING BOOMS. ... ;-' ' . 7. eat, quiet, first-class ml. the.' " ( MOST CONVENIENT TLACK IN TIlS CITT. A A Splendid Bill-order wl at you like, poy for what you get, . .j jjf ,..85 SXTpOIOB ir. i ' ' " y ' Sinl-JlS. Few -iiora alwve Weddell House. " .'THE SUN. VtEhKLY, fSKMI-WEEKLY AND DAILY. THIS EI'.KI.Y St N ia loo idely known to require any extended recom neutiaiion : but the reasons which hate already given it tlliy thousand subscribers, and wiiiee with we hope, give it uiauy tbouaands mere, am P briefly aa follow t It la a ilrsi-rale rewsparieS. All the news of the day ' will be foiiniljiii it. condensed when unimportant, at full k'tiirtb when of moment, and always presented iu a clear, liileliL'ilile. and interesting manner. It la a lirsi mie temily neper, lull uf enloitain Ing and Instructive rending of ever kind, but contain iuir nothing lliu. rau orJ.-nrl the must delicate and sera union laste. ...... . ..t il is a llrai rata aLoty paacr, The beat tale and ro mance or current llleral ure are carellllly selected and legibly printed ill Ma pagea. - ' - II Is a Srsi-imie agricultural raper. The most fresh,, and iuati'uolv. arllcles ou agi-icuimnil tupica regularly ' apjie-ir lu lb, dcpurtinent- . ii is an liitiepeaaeiii poiincai paper neHingmg to net a party aud wumiiiil' no collar. It fbrnia for principle, and, . tile electlou of Ihe bea men to ohlee. It eapecla'ly duVoiea tie energies to thuexposure of the atreei eorras -. tiutia thai uow weaki n and disgrace our country, and.. threaten lo undermine republican institutions alto gether. It nas uo tear ot Kuavus, auu asas no lavora from its sup .niters. It reports tbe fashions for :ba ladies ai,( the market. for ihe men. apseAally the callle-iaakatav lu which It. t Finally, Ii is the cheapuet paper phbltahed. One dol. -lar a year will secure il fur any subscriber. It Is noej neeeasary to gel up a club In order to have TILE W RKK. Li i at tais an sy one woo sauna a sUigiesKA let Will fet the paper rjtmr. . ' - ' . j ttlr We have no travelling agents. ! THE WBBlisiV steMXElAtpjiaTesj, .,, cohuua. Only l.uiayejr. No discouuu fhiuiJ L ! f ',,,-M:e,k ' ' ."tt slae the U vpiiii. aeur. a iiis.ii m IU liepsp,.. . i Tk Baily "liisAlnr fours' I i.f i ea -e.hi coiams.o lHtlji cl , Swa-nle UlOO. All Ihe new. fr lw r- .ll sl JJO. !M cents t month, or Sit.OP budeerlpilon pate. over, a ahount of of to , IS.- i ciuos) or ia sir; lUj AM atla, pt:, Jew j.i.vnj,.