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ASHTABULAr OHIO. Friday Morning, June 25th, 1875. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Cincinnati Commercial stylea the Columbus platform "A declaration of war upon the national credit" ... The National Convention of the De mocracy, in 1878, will have a hard time in agreeing on a financial programme. The Pope Buffers much from lumbago. He is not confined to bis bed and holds ano-fences , a. usual, yet anxiety prevail. During the past two years over 100. 000 worth of English pointer and setter dogs hare been imported into this conn try. : ; ' Beach's cenumdrura is thus neatly transposed by the New York Commercial Advertiser "Cm the jury ignore the test o' tuoney I" t Is is said that while Robert Bonner re fuses to publish any more of Beecher's articles in the Ledger, he continues to pay Mm for them. ' " ' Notwilhstanding the fact that the grass hoppers have worms, their appetite and digestion are good, and their work is ' thorouhly done. TheBaltimoreand Ohio and Pennsyl vania Cos. have put up trieghts from 6 to 50 per cent above the cut rates pre vailing during war. .... Rates on live stock were adopted at Buffalo on the 21st, as follows: From Buffalo to Albany 81 cts ; to New York, 89 cts per hundred ; from Chicago through to-New York, 55 cents. Germany and Belgium have shake n tiandsover their little differences, the former power expressing satisfaction at the friendly spirit evinced in the commu nications of Belgium, . , . -' Dr. Sager, Dean of the Medical Faculty " of the University of Michigan, has re signed his position, owing to ill healtU. and the combination of the homcepathic and alopathic schools of medicine. - The man who wrote to the New York lime to tbreateffHhat paper with-a loss of 25,000 circulation if it did not take up the cudgels for Beecher is Mr." Joyce, whi is recommended to try the Sun instead. The Brooklyn Argu gays that the crowds in the Brooklyn Court-room make one think that public sentiment has been bottled up, and that Beach was im mortalized aa the man who drew the cork. ' It is a pity Gerard Anthoine of Paris, is dead. Wishing to commit suicide and not daring to do so, he induced his little boy to fire a piston at his forehead in play, and died making the little innocent a parricide. The Chicago ' Tribune states It neatly thus, regarding the Democratic patch work at Columbus : "In Tact the best part of the platform is Republican, and the rest are so constructed as to be all things to all men." ' The Sultan to the New American Min ister : . , "Now, Horace, you must keep away from the harem and. attend to your international affairs. - We don't know anything about true inwardness and mor al Niagaras here."- . . Victor Emmanuul is a keen sportsman , and 1ha sjJarrows, robins and blue-birds of Italy have not the ghost of a chance. He takes fn an occasional boar, and now and then a stag or two, but bis game-bag is not built for such heavy game. In Dublin, Ireland, they haye a better whisky, even, than our iorty-rod, for at a Am m Ka Aaninf IhA 1QlH inct tllfuo HI I. lu WG &IGU1U " IUW xwu iuuh lu persons who partook of it, died outright, while seventeen others were taken to the hospitals on account of similar indul gence. ; A young lady who had Just recovered from a severe indisposition, was visited by a gentleman friend, who found her re clining on a sofa in the parlor. After some little conversation, she remarked "I have deen laying long enough, and shall sit awhile." . It Is now regarded as certain that Sec retary Bristow will be disappointed in bis expectation of a surplus of about f 5.- 000. 000 at the close of the fiscal year July 1, and that there will be a deficiency ot at least $5,600,000, the amount of falling - off in custom receipts as compared with the estimates. ' - ' The Jewels which the Khedive sent ostensibly to Minnie Sherman Fitch, last winter, are to be divided between her and her two sisters ;' they were really designed Tor a family present, to Gen. Sherman, but the occasion of Minnie's wedding was selected to offer them nom inally to her.. They are now said to be worth not quite one hundrea .thousand jn uuumv. ..; :. r. -v - Van Yoorhes Road Scraper and grader has been experimented with in Cleve land, and a certificate is given in the Herald, which claims for it the perfection of street grading, with'a facility and economy not ' xeaced by ten times the amount, of- iorce applied in any other way.. Perhaps it would be worth while for our street . committee to enquire into this matter. It has frequently been' said that both Susan B. Anthony and Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton knew of Beecher' relations with Mrs. Tilton directly from the lips of that lady herself. . As long ago as when Mrs. Stanton' visited . this place,! her knowledge and convictions were indeli bly fixed in the minds of some of those with whom she was brought la contact, of our own citizens. Cable dispatches report that the British Government has declared.- zaiust Burmab., The report c?' fBr&J ble excitemoit,"' espeolarsj utss circles.. The same ;disp.w the Chinese Government . is concentrating troop in . consequence cf 'the Anglo Burmese quarrel. A formi dable Chinese army is available for service at any mo ment on the frontier. . A dispatch from French Creek--BIack Hills-confirms Castan's account that-gold Is found in paying quantities and that some of the miners are at work as well aj some of the soldiers panning cot dust of a rich quality, The diggings are said to be extended along the ereek for some seven ' miles. Prof. Jenny's expedition had arrived and tormed a permanent camp at Harney's Peak. Talk about fog horns and oaliopes in comparison with Uncle Bill Allen's voice they are absolutely nowhere, and we are assured by delegate to the Demo cratic convention, who had a conference with him, that that voice has nothing to compare with It in this world, but, perad venture, the thunders of heaven. His age and maturity is attested by a brand upon the thigh frequently seen by the raithrul "B.C." Sherman in his Memoirs bean testimo ny to Grant's habits, which it will do well enough to notice, as a matter of jus tice to the great General, and as a refuta tion of the lies that find their way into circulation in the heat of campaigns. He says that "Grant was never drunk on the battle field," " and that "he showed the nicest forethought at the fcattle et Bhil loh," where his maligners assert with ve hemence, he was in a very bad condition pom over-indulgence. . ( LitfUt breaks in upon .us from every quarter. The Republican sktes are brigUl and the bow of promise spans the zenith. This is the way. the Chicago Tribune takes in ouraituntion : Disaffection and gloom pejvade the ranks of the Democracy of Northern Ohio on account of the wrenched absurd ity perpetrated by the recent convention on the . finance question..... The leading German daily makes a bolt outright, and tells its readers that the "muckerism" (temperance procliviU&) of the Repub licans is harmless and inconsequential compared with the "paper swindle" ad vocated in the Democratic platform. Prominent and influential Democrats, both' American and German, take the same stand on the subject of rag money, and the Republicans are jubilant oyer the DrosDcct that their opponents will hwfi the entire German vote in the State. Special Commissioner, EL W. Elliott, has reported on the Territory of Alaska. His conclusion is that owing to th e unfa vorable climatic conditions which prevail I on the coast in the intenor, the gloom y fogs and dampness of the former and the intense protracted severity of the winters characteristic'of the latter, the Territory is unfit for the' proper support of any considerable civilization. Those whom circumstances may call there from favor ed localities may exist, as such have ex isted, by drawing supplies from other places, but when they leave, the country will be as desolate as when they came. Where hay cannot be cured, grain wil 1 not ripen, and stock cannot exist with out being kept for several months on im ported feed, it is useless to expeet civili zation will obtain firm fooling. Risen p William Allen was unanimous ly nominated for Governor of Ohio on the 17th. But if Hayes should beat him on the second Tuesday in October, he will be Sitdown William Allen for ever and ever and ever. . Memphis Avalanche. ' 8 am Carry, the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant-Governor, in Ohio, once del ivered a speech in Troy, and then purcu ased a gold beaded cane, which he caused to be presented to himself as a to ken of the high esteem in which his ora torical effort was held. Troy Time. As a distinguished Aldermanic leader of the Democracy said duwn in Kentucky in objecting to a proposition to hold a Democratic barbacue on Friday, "the hift of the Democracy don't ate mate on Fri day." "So the hilt of the Democracy" be long to the "Short hair" crowd. Albany Journal. The Cincinnati Commercial thinks the Columbus Journal did not get that story of Sam Cary's temperance speech in Eng land quite exact It says : He did say, though, that lager beer was well named, lor it laid the sots that par took of it upon their bfers. He further pledged himself to the last day of his strength to make ceaseless war upon the "infernal traffic," and told how he grew "wolfish about the neck" thinking of the manufacturers and dealers in death and I desolation. Sam pledged his right hand I and his outstretched arm to the annihila tion of the diabolical scoundrels who poisoned their fellow-men. and blasted the fair face of Nature with their damna ble decoction. - He wanted the law to lay noia oi mo aruuKara maters with iron hand and strangle them -' There' is further trouble in New Or leans. The collection of taxes is where the thing comes in now. The State, it is asserted, had firmness enough to distrain and enforce its collection, but the munici pal taxes of the city of New Orleans hang by the eyelids, and are resisted by an or ganization called the Property Holders' Union. -The Picayune, commenting on the subject, and comparing the financial condition of the State and city, says ''The point of contrast consists in the fact that whereas the Repnblicau State Government is rapidly returning to a sound, healthy financial condition, the Democratic city government is as rapid ly sinking into a. condition of financial imbecility.". ; . After having passed through the vi cissitudes ot infancy and reached the ma ture age of a - thousand years, Iceland finds that her trouble have only just bo- gun. The venerable island: away off to ward the frozen; regions has had a terrible touch of the other extreme, and what with a general outbreak ot volcanoes sup, posed to have subsided " centuries ago, earthquakes andfurous storms of ashes and cinders, the unfortunate Icelanders have suffered a disaster tuts equal of which is unknown in history! ' About one-fifth of the entire population have been rendered homeless aud dcstitute.and several hundred persons are reported to have perished. We have heard of soma pretty toug h fish stories in our day, and treated them with as much deference and . credence as could be reasonably required, but they rather pale and dwarf before soma of the hopper stories that come to us-well attested, of course from Nebraska and Missouri. A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune; tells of a swarm of locusts from 30 lb 75 miles' wide, half a mile deep. passing through the air at a speed of fifteen miles an hour for sixty hours continuously, and driving people in doors for fear of being smothered to death. It don't mean anything, of course, yet it makes an interesting item : The chairman of the -Democratic Convention is a pleasant gentleman who figures largely in tne local fressas a Catholic lay controverisal writer; The Secretary oi . we convention a Catholic ; the chairman of all the committees, we be lieve, are either Catholics ornon-relio-ion. ists under Catholic influence ; four out of the peven delegates to the State Conven tion are Catholics or of the same class as as last mentioned, and the rest are safe to Uelena tuechuroh aeamst tha raven. ing Protestant wolf. It don't mean s, nv thing and we don't any more than 'it" does. Yet, this is an interesting item, as wo auiu oeioro. uoiumout journal. An embarrassing case which might have stumped the sagacious Solomon if he bad lived till these troublesome days, has arisen for adjudication . in Wells Co., Indiana. Margaret Yont loved William Hannlcut, a married man, not wisely, but too well. There was ajprospect ot trouble, Which William temporarily dispelled by giving a promissory note for - $50, and also contracting to take and provieo for an expected baby since then Margaret hag been brought, to a bed of twins, and the exact amount of William's responsi blll,r yet remains to be determined-. The steamer Plymouth, Copt. Russell has been ordered to the north of the Rio Grande; whence the crew will proceed in armed launches to points where their ser vices' will be required. The command on the border is entrusted to General Ord. There Is also talk of troops -being sect down to act upon the land, and some lit tle appichenslon is felt that there may be difficulty with Mexico. The irritating raids that have been so persistently car ried on of late, would seem to adord provocation enough for decisive and summary measures. Th Cincinnati VolksblaU says of the Democratic candidate for Lt. Governor- t'uuruUUed .rmerly ne of the most dia- laiid, but has "mperanco nnoail fti. latterly Joined any movo ment which bag nromot on. Hn h.o i.- t nu Republican, Andy Jobn8onitCkiun1iC, men Agitator, and finally DernVnt A" such, ho has devoted himself with fannti cal zeal to the greenback queslion Ho believes that the millenium will be iuau. guratcd upon earth oy simply printing greenbacks enough so that every one can have all he wants. Tha East Sairinaw Driving Park A&so ciation opened on the28d. The best time made on that day was 2 : 24. A on uuj T Mastodon for Yale College. Professor Marsh has secured, for the Peabody Museum of Yale College, the skeleton of a large mastodon, exhumed by Mr. A. Mitchell on his grounds at Ot isville, seventy five miles from New York and within a mile and a half of the Erie railroad. The bone s were found on and in clay beneath a deep bed of muck, and are in -an excellent state, of preservation This Otisville mastodon is the sixth that has been found in the swamps of Orange county, N. Y. Old Fog Horn Allen, is the uncle of I Senator Thurman. Both of them are anxious candidates for President. Old Fog-Horn has always been a. hard mon- cy uiou uu iu quilt? micijr. iic una burn ed a summerset to cut under Pendleton, aud no wis a loud mouthed brawler for shinplaster inflation. He has quite over awed his nephew, Thurman, to whom he says, with a wave of his long arm : Stand aside, young man, and give your uncle a chance I Among the most marked sensations in the course of the Beecher trial wa s that produced on Monday by the protest of two of the jurors against Mr. Beach's fre quent intimations that the jury had been approached by parties in the Beecher In terest. The protests were made while Mr. Beach was speaking, and in reply he stated distinctly what he had only hint ed at previously that he was in posses sion of evidence, which he would submit whenever the Court should desire it, to prove that attempts had been made to bribe the jury. . This statement at least, was made in sober earnest, and with a full knowledge of its serious character, and it is certain that we have not heard the last of it. Judge Neilsoa indicated the closing of the case as the time when such evidence would be received, and the offending parties punished. Bro. Shear man volunteered a statement neither log ical nor conclusive ia its bearing on the point at issue, when he said that the en tire expense of the defense was borne by Mr. Beecher and himself. This is inter esting if true, but it is perfectly cons "st ent with Mr. Beach's allegation concern ing the attempts to bribe the jury. A dispatch from Wilkesbarre, Pa., of the 22d says the greatest harmony pre vails among miners and that the end has come. All the collieries were to have started on the 23d. The whisky siezures are still going on in the city of St. Louis. And now Lafayette county, Missouri, is afflicted mthload. There are millions of them. The centennial of Bunker Hill came off last week 17th. The bands played, the military, in all the pomp and circum stance of glorious war, marched, the ora tor lifted up his voice like a trumpet, thousands upon thousands of visitors crowded the streets of the Athens of America, and everybody became weary and glad whe n the whole thing was over. Effulgent patriotism makes hot work,and draws. heavily upon the endurance, but the effect is sanitary and wholesome, and the body politic and corporate is all the better for it. Judge Alfonso Taft, of .Cincinnati, who has lately come into prominence in Ohio politics, was .the freshman tutor of Chief Justice Waite, in Yale College, and be tween the two most cordial personal re lations have existed since their first ac quaintance, forty years ago. Groceries & Provisions. LOOK IN and see the Improvement that has made iaUs old store. Having btiilt over and added on to his old store, and replenished his buck wim a urge assortment oi New Goods of Every Descrip- 'V . tion, ' nsnallv found in a First Class Grocerv Store. ITe invites his old friends and customers, and the pob-1 jrc 111 geaemi, to can ana examine ms gooas ana compare qnaiity and prices;beforepnrchasingclso- wuere. - - - , His Goods are new and fresh, and will be sold for Cash as low as a Bke acalitv of poods can be sold by any house in town. . He has a full line of I Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, also a fall assortment of Fruits, Nuts and Con . fectionery, togeth- er with the Choicest Brands of TOBACCO AND CIGARS. CANNED GOODS A SPECIALTY ! Cove Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines, Peaches, Toma toes, Green Corn, i .Lima Deans, && full supply of FRESH GARDEN SAUCE, RECEIVED FROM THE GARDENS EVERY I Also Agent for the eclebated Buffalo Cream Ales & Porter. (from the old Mofiatt Brewery) which he keeps on hand by the barrel, half barrel, and Quarter. inA draft to suit customers, not to be drank on premises. Retail dealers will "And It In thefr ulnnlm t ui mm, muu Bare orayaae. s 1 .1 . . W. K K II H K A II AWNINGS! for BTOKBS, DWELLINGS, YACHTS, 4c. Plain and xaucy wooa. T 33 IN" T JS of every dcsclptlon. A ITTATn '. wiNo, 'KENCII CROQUET. I -I A 1 1 IT.it n ' i lsq- Flags of all Kinds ! Made to Order and at abort notice Onr PALMETTO LAWN TENT mirrenSf1?':?1-1?. r"t ". roar occaaion cuilUron. 1 " u noapuxi w playground for , All order, promptly attended to. D.PROVOOST&SONS,, 8ml 87 Buffalo. Nt '. iW' w W 01 Harvest Will Soon be Here ! ARE YOU READY HAVE YOU A MACHINE ? Boy the BUCKEYE j0Wer and Reaper ! BEST MACHINE OUT Baa stood the teat for more than SO yean to my knowledge, foil nave sola li uuu uutaj jeare. by ob win be set up and start ed by na, and Warranted to Give Satisfaction ! or no sale. Brine is tootoM machine and trade lt off for a EXTRAS FOR REPAIRS BUCKEYE KNIVES AND SECTIONS. DonH put tfi Buying a Machine until yon- want to use u. We have the OHIO STEEL TOOTH LOCK LEVER Sulky Rake Alio keep the Champion 'KevolTrner Hovse RaVa ! Only needs to be seen to be appreciated. Warrant- to piease, or no aaie. If yon would only try our Favorite Corn Cultivator! yon wonld say 'tis the best Cultivator yon ever eaa. ime ana nay one v i oial, ana u n aoce noi picase you, yon can return it. SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS, GRASS HOOKS Grain Cradles & Hand Rakes - Beady for the Held. Refrigerators Ice Chests and Water coolers : we have the best assortment. MY TITST SHOP Is In running order, and I ant now ready to SPOUT, ROOF, AND WORK. . DO JOB At my Btore you will find a stock of HARDWARE ! BUILDERS' HARDWARE, NAILS, : GLASS, LOCKS, BUTTS, SCREWS. ECKSTEIN, FULLS CO'S pure white lead, I Warranted A No. 1, STRICTLY PUBB OB NO PAT I I have the Agency for Doty's Revolving ' Scraper My Stock of COOKING STOYS! Ia Complete. OILS. LINSEED HAW & BO'lED. cabbow SPOKES, nuns, rKLLOJB, SPRINGS. AXLES' j ' and a lmc vtock of Bar iron. Empire Clot hes Wringer Wft IkA aTLu. Ilk. -1- tfX.1l M www wiin pio nrc uu ua duw wfUo1 nd pre before yoa purchftM. WW tun m how it any one. Don't Forget the pijco1 3WM- . South. Eoom in trm Aaritftrinla Hoosa Block. - Thank frit to fnanw wht 9mnrtJk n. mty. are, I kopi) by faithful attention to id lair dealing to have a continuance baninosa. an. wa aame, Yowa, H. T. T0PKY. scisia M IBT7IE IIU.2 Never since nannas' Town was burnt, Uldest Inhabitant were LUtr BOTTOM FOUND AT LAST ! OPENED 10,000 Worth of Dry Goods, at prices very much lower than ever! 2,000 yds Best yard wide 12 1-2 5,000 yards of best Merrimac, Sprague N. B. These Prints wero boucht at few DRESS 25 pieces Dress goods worth 30c for 180 25 pieces Alpacas, worth 35c for . . . 25c 20 pieces Poplin, worth 50c for .37c 10 pieces Plaid Foulards, worth 60c for """!! !40c 50 pieces white Dress Goods al about BLACK' CASHMERES 15 pieces Black Cashmeres at prices Fine Lot of Black Grenadines, at less prices than you can buy anywhere. Hip Gore Corsets, only Genevieve 62 bone Corsets, Madame Foy's Skirt Supporter, BLACK SILKS ! REAL LYONS GOODS 3 pieces at $1.25, worth 3 pieces at $1.37$, worth 3 pieces at $1.65, worth z pieces at $1.75, worth 2 pieces at $2.00, worth 0 Pieces at $2.25, $2.50, and $3.00. A line of Black and White Striped SUMMER SUES, worth worth 11.25 LINEN We have a largo line of these Goods of the latest styles, and made up w a superior manner, xne iiouse manutactnnng these goods has the repu iauiuu 01 uoing me nnesi worK oi ims HAMBURG- We have just openei a new lot of Hamburg Embroideries, at prices from 8c '. per yara to 1.00. Wnito Quilts, Best and Cheapest lino we have ever Parasols and A large line of Pearl, Bone Ivory, Nickel and Ebony Fittings, also a large line ot uambnc Jrarasols. Laces Those wanting Guipure, Yak Laces at our GRASS CLOTHS &LINEN SUITINGS AT VEIIY Cotlon Goods! 1 At New York Wholesale Prices. Cottons from Cjc up. i - j Wo also have a complete lino of LADIES AND GENTS' HOSIERY! LIU EN IIDKFS. . RIEBONS, I TIES, GLOVES, ri0t fail 40 806 th NE STYLE TABLE at prices lees than other dealers hevo CLOTHS AND A full lino for Men and Boys' wear. Also a largo stock of Jeans and Cot tonades. 100 Remnants of Harris and French Cassimors well worth $2.00, for $1.12$ per yard; those goods aro cheap and will not last long Wo cannot enumerate further, but have lots of Goods at very low prices tST Call and Seo LOCKE & t never in the remembranco of the UOOUS selling aa low as nowi THIS WEEK, Percales, been selling at 25 cents now cents. aud Cocheco Prints nt 61-2 cents a creat sacrifice, and will onlv lat. n days. GOODS! half the usual price. from 90c to $1.75. Cheapest lot in Erie. .. 50c ..tl.00 ..$1.00 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 $2.50 for 96 cents. SUITS ! 9 cjass aone in the unitea estates. EIDGrllSra-S. had. Sun Umbrellas ! . Gsrlzx3.xs. and Bugle Gimps, should not fail to look stock. LOW PRICES. Cotton Goods! DRESS MJTTON8, RTJCIIINGS, &c &c.. RUCIIE wo are selling at H cents. LINENS to pay. CASSIMERES. for Yourselves. COMPANY, ERIE STORE, j ' Lahjabulaj Ohio. STOP ! and read this and then fo and tell your neighbors THOS. N. BOOTH has purchased D. W. Haskell's stock of DIi GOODS and added to It a nice line of GROCERIES, BOOTS & SnOES, nATS & CAPS, READY MADE CLOTHING, &c.. &c In Cict yon can find almost every thing except HARDWARE AND DRUOS, I also have a stock of CASPETS, which I will close ont at Cost, and a nice assort ment ol CROCKERY, which I will sell as low aa tho the lowest. ia ew Gooas arriving every day. I have received this week a new stock of HAMBURG EDGES, and have marked them to sell for a small advance a Dove coat. Tours respectfully. T. H. BOOTH. Aehtabala, Ohio. N. B. Look oat for the new advertisement In thi9 Bpace next week. 1327ca NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE C. A. HASTINGS wonld respectfully inform the citzena of Ashtabula and adjoining towns, tnat ne naa opened i tne PIERCE & REDHEAD BLOCK, the largest and moat complete stock of Boots & Shoes ever offered In Ashtabula. FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. Please call and examine goods and prices. UlOtf C. A. HASTINGS. Savo Money ! FURNITURE! Saye JMoney ! We guarantee the LOWB3T PRICKS In Northern UQio. vo not Duy a siuio vuuo v. until yoa cot oar prices. All, Goods IUCTA1LKI) At XX7"Ja.olomtlo Xrlooa. Vincent, Sturm & Co., Great Low Price Furniture 'Warerooma, 116113 Water St.. OIBVELANP, O. ml19e Builders, and others wanting Booing dose, are Informed that wa are putiliiu on flnt-cUwa 8.ia lor leal than tin or Iron, and at ehaao aa ahlnslea. Hlate, Fult, Nails and Tools for aala ; work done in any part ol wo country ana warranted. bt 'oar money ana eau or wnte oeiore contracting, No. 1 Water SI. opposite Union DrooL rWe. land, Ohio. . balsa EDWARD G. PIERCE Baa Jnst received the -of- CLOTHING, Hats & Gaps and Gents' - Furnishing Goods. I make a specialty of FINE CLOTHING, AND KEEP TUB LARGEST STOCK IN THE COUNTY. Sc ' 'f liT Niagara Falls ! CENTENNIAL EXCURSION. Thursday, July 1,1875. mcxB thx uxumn or ram Congregational Building Company, of Conneaut, O. The following time-tahln a-H fan hm. tiimi. . . ranged: Centennial train will leava PameaYille, 4:40 a, m $5 00 Madison 5:19 Unionville .....5.--30 "" GeneTa 6:30 '. Savbrook 6-40 Ashtabula 6:50 u Andorer ; 4:80 475 450 4 50 48 400 400 600 600 450 400 600 475 490 450 375' S75) 875 3 75 . 350 Leon 4.-SS 44 Jefferson 4:50 " . Plymouth, 5:10 Orwell, 4:30 " . Bock Creek, 5:06 ... Eagleville, 6:15 " Austinburg 6:35 " Kinffsville 8:10 " Amboy 6.-S0 " Conneaut 6:30 " Springfield, 6:50 " Girard, 7:05 - Arrive at Niagara Falls, 11:50 " .beave n tagara rails at H:3U ; umns; nours and 30 minutes at tha Falls. Everr one should nravide MttAhlpa hf.irA - ing home, as Prospect Park naa been seenred, ; which commands a good Tiew of the Fall, for the exclusive use of the excurslonista to eat their dinners and to leave their baskets. LIST OF AGENTS FOB SALE OF TICKETS. Geneva Stevens A Son, Talcott A Dole and Mo Clintie Gould. Ashtabula Collins A Brother. Kingsville W. H. Lockwood. A. B. Luce and i H. Kinnear. Amboy Samuel Hazeitine. Con. neaut Geo. J. Record, S. J. Smith, Townaend Babbitt and Hiirsings Judson. Jefferson H. Talcott and E. at. Norton. Andorer J. H. Mor ley. Bock Creek B. Wright. Auatinbonr F. A. Barnes. PEOGRAJOtE. The Committee will appear in foil Centennial Dress, representing Washington, Layfayett. Franklin and Lewis Phillippe. . Ladies appear in costume ot Lady Washington and prominent ladies of her day, will pass through the train. Uncle Sam will be on the train in mil dress, aa represented in the Fosters, and ia supposed to own and entertain the whole train load of excursionists. The Yankee Girl also will be on board "aartln." and will give naa few touches of Yankee Boodle, and all are Invited to join. "D" Company. Buffalo City Guards, of Buffalo, will receive the train with military honors at Williams St. depot, accompanied by the Union Cornet Band, of the 74th Bege ment, of Buffalo. Co. D, headed by the band on arriving at Ni agara will lorm and march ahead of the excursion party to Prospect Park were they will (rive a grand dress narade accompanied by music, after which the wonders ot the Falla can rally be enjoyed. "D" Company, Buffalo City Garda, are consider ed one of the best drilled companies in the Union, and tbey are now drilling for the prize offered by tho Centennial Committee, of Philadelphia. Remember, also, Thursday, July 1st ia Do minion Day In Canada. CONG'L BUILDING COiDf Conneaut, Ohio. W. NUTTALL RESPECTFULLY begs to return thanks to his numerous friends and the pub lie genarally for their patronage during; the many years that he baa been in business in Ashtabula, and begs to inform them that he keeps th BEST STOCK OF LEATHER. Ttz American and French Calf, Kid, both w-v niuwauuviVUM, I1BV UW Enerlish. Cordevan. so generally worn by both English ladles and luemen; and tnat neu prepared to execute all ids of tF-XJNru wons of every description of style comprising ladles and gentlemen's wear. He farther begs to say that he keeps a large stock of Heady-Made Boots tc Shoes on hand, of every description, from the best East ern manufacturers, which he will sell cheaper than the same quality of goods eaa be bought in ih county. Please call and examine Stodr and itlfr .our selves. ' ' l Third door south of Flak Boose, Vain st. Ashtabula, May 19th, 1S75. 13tf CR. VATJGN, Practical Archi- tect and Geometrical Stair -Builder, will contract for the construction of Circular and El ii plica! Hand Haiia or any kind of STAIR WORK. Will also furnish Designs for Dwelling's. ot moderate 'pretentions, and contract for the same, having made thia claaa of bnilriinm a n- cialty c. B VAUGHN. 5ml. HI Centre, Steet Ashtabula. J. M. WILCOX, Has opened a new aid well aclectel t:c Foreign & Domestic Cloths CASOtEHESAND TESTINGS. SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, SUSPENDERS, HANDKERCHIEFS and everything usually kept In a first class Mer chant Tailoring Establishment. On Main .Street, next door to Newberry'a drug store. PRICES BELOW COMPETITION. Call and examine before purchasing elaewher trim THE Elastic Sprina: Bed Bottom ! has tow pro rod Itself The Dest In Use. COMFORT, DURABILITY. CHEAPNESS, and tor a COOL BED tor hot weather, the ham no equal. They make No NuUK, Price Reduced to $9.Jti Ordera prompUy snppUed at my factory oa Ba Street. lVatCBOSBT. Charles L Swift, 1 eaaus w I Drugs AMedl clnca, I Family Groceries I I Soap, Brushes I Fancy Toilet Articles! ilBTAXUUa, o. tv AjhUboa, Jonoj, 1S78.