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Olficr I3 Main fOrrrt. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday MornlnR, April 2, 1880 The New Tork Herald Irish famine fund exceeds three hundred thousand dollars. Sonaloi Brierman left-Afr asl i ijiff toa on Wednesday for brief time In Ohio, 1 ook Ing aflor farm, funds &c. The appropriation for the Ohio State University of t!5,500 has been reduced In the house to 11,000. Texas will send a solid Grant delegation to Chiongo, according to information at Washington. A white man at Spartansburg, S. C. has been sentenced to doath for killing a negro. All the jurymen were white. The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill to strike from the general statute the qual ifying word " white." The world mores. The Rhode Island Senate has rejected the proposed Constitutional amendment granting to woman the right of school suf frage. The Democratic determination to steal the seats of Senator Kcllopgand Repreacn tatircs Washburn and Orth, seem to bc conclusive. The nation will note the out rage. - Th e Jessie Raymond who is making a doleful row in Washington, in pursuit of Senator Dili, is not of good reputation in Georgia. The people of that State on a visit to Cincinnati furnish testimony on that point. Cin, Comm. Those papers and persons who continu ally charge General Garfield with being a free trailer, have bad the wind knocked out of their talk by the General's gallant fight for protection in the House, during the past week. An Intimate friend of Elaine says that the senator Is not responsible for the so called Blaine movement in Ohio; that ho has nothing to do with it, has not encour aged or discouraged it, and Uiat the move ment is the spontaneous offering ot his friends. That f ulmination against the Women's Temperance Union, and the 45 saloons, in the Aetcj, was responded to by a commu nication in the same paper, calm intone, but in a well sustained manner, without a whimper, and all that was so stoutly berat e d, was virtually admitted and endorsed. The ordinance forbidding San Francisco corporations from employing Chinese has been declared unconstitutional by Judge Hoffman, of the United States Court in that city. It is said the case will be taken to the Supreme Court, and Ben. Butler will appear as champion for the people. The sudden appropriation by the House of 10O,OOO for public printing, will save the Government printing office from sus pension of work. Reports, resolutions, speeches, &o., will oontinue to roll on, an intermlnble flood of printed matter which very few people care even to look at. General Grant made a narrow escape after all. The City of Mexloo, after dis charging hcrcargo at Galveston, was com pcllc d to go on the docks for repairs, hav ing been so terribly wrenched during the gale as to render her unseaworthy. It is reported the condition of the vessol was known to the officers before her arrival. . '. - If the Cincinnati Convention abolishes the two-thirds rule, It will require but 869 votes to nominate instead of 401, as now. The New York Tribune hits the nail on the bead in the suggestion that under the simple majority rule, New York, whioh means Tilden, and the solid South will control the nomination. During the debate in the Senate on the 20th on the Geneva award bill, Senator Thuriuan was taken ill by a rush of blood to the head, and waa taken home and medical altcndanco called. The physl clan says there is no occasion for his peedy recovery. The discussion was be tween Thurmau and Blaine. It was brought to a sudden termination. The New York Graphic speculates thus ,'Mr. Tilden is rich. The Democratic party is poor. A Presidential campaign costs money. Rich Democrats are not liberal. Mr. Tilden will spend money if he is a candidate. Be will not spend a cent if he Is not. And besides all this, there is a shrewd suspicion that If Mr. Til den is not the Cincinnati nominee, his friends in New York will 'knife' the per- son that is. Mr. Tilden's position is a pe culiar one. Ho may be beaten in the Dem ocratic National Convention, but his oppo nents should not ignore his strength." A Washington correspondent of the Tilts burg Telegraph, says: "The other day when Ilorr was making his argument before the Ways and Moans Committee against the proposition to put salt on the free list, he Incidentally spoke of the strait to whlcn the South was reduoed for a sup ply of salt during the war. ne appealed to General Gibson, of Ixniislana, a mem ber of the Committee, to bear out his as sertion. 'No,' said Gibson; 'we had plon tyof toff in Louisiana; the trouble with us was that the tallpetn gave out.' This smart repartee convulsed the room with laughter, and old Uorr's capacious sides shook with delight." No Dt'KL. There has been a great deal of loose talk about the Capitol that Sena tor Hill would challenge Senator Kellogg to mortal combat on account of the severe flagellation he gave him the other day on ' the occasion of the malignant rejiort he made against the Louisiana Senator. The people need not get exulted over this mat ter, for though Kellogg is the soul of bravery, there is no danger ot bloodshed, for the other chap is rather frugal as a hero. If Kellogg should take Jessie Ray mond's baby in his arms and go for Hill, be would drive him ont of town. Ben is evidently very much afraid of that baby. The likeness is too faithful to represent an aocldent, at leant to says the Washington Republican. No difference in opinion about candl dates to come before the Chicago Conven tion will be Biilfond wc trust to prevent n solid vote for secretary Slrermnn tin the first ballot. We have not heard the first voice rained against such a vote, as one eminently due as a proper recognition ;of the distinguished services of the secretary of the Treasury, in pnltlng the country on Its present substantial, financial basis. Wc should be a unit aa well lor the con sideration named as for the Integrity of of the Republican party, and the success of the cause. General Garfield made a short speech in the House, on the 17th Inst., upon the De ficiency Bill, which commanded marked attention from both Republicans, and Democrats, as all of bis speeches do. Taking for his text the rcniarkablo declara tion of Mr. McMahon, who, In opening the debate on the bill, said that the Dem ocratic party cared nothing for the "eight by seven" decision ot tho Supreme Court: that the election laws are constitutional, and that the Democratic party did not in tend to make any appropriation for the performance of these laws. He declared that McMahon and bis party associates had placed themselves in the attitude of men who declared that they would not obey the law; and that their course would encourage law-breakers all over the land- A Disorderly nousi.-The present House of Representatives, the Washington Rep ublican says, will outrank any of Its pre decessors in the amount of noise and cop fusion which prevails during its ordinary business session. Outsiders nave been more rigidly excluded during the present session than ever before, but it has only served to show that they wore not rcsaon sible for the disorder which has never to such an extent as now, prevailed. Whenever a debate occurs, members leave their seat in the rear and crowd up near the Speaker's desk to bear the debate and when nothing to attract special atten tion is gcing on, members gather in groupes all about, and engage in loud and often boisterous conversations, making it impossible for the member addressing the House to be beard. Last year the Demooratio leaders in Con gress attempted to starve the Government. This year they stab at the very oitidel of law and order by denouncing the Supreme Court and declaring that it is Inferior to the Confederate Caucus. If these leaders succeed in making popular the hatred and contempt with which they regard the high est judicial authority, law and order will be no more in this country. They de nounce the Supreme court as a "packed, partisian, demoralized" body, because it does not nphold the extreme State sove reignty views of Jeff. Davis and his party. When S. S. Cox used these words on the floor of Congress the other day, and de clared that he would not accept the decis ion of the Supreme Court, he was heartilv applauded by ail his Demooratio associates. And there is not a Democratic journal in the country which does not approve these disgraceful attacks on the Inchest and purest judicial authority. There are those who behove the Demooratio t.artv is dvinsr. If so, its ruling passion treason is strong Warren Tribune. An Ohio exchange says parties are trav eling through the country contracting with farmers for their season's make of butter, at large figures, and are finding plenty of customers. The oontract turns out to be a nioo note or promise to pay, which some of them have already been called upon to settle. It does seem as if our farmers had been warned sufficiently against doing business with strangers, but the willing. ness to believe that their home dealers are not to be relied upon, when told by one of these professional sharps leads them easily into the web. To the olass who are willing to soli their products for a fair price, and read enough to know when they get It, there is but little danger, but to the grasping and ignorant, warning must be constantly harped, and it seems to have as lasting an effect as ponrlng water on a goose. Some of those Chaps, in the House of Representatives who have had the advan tage of domocratio culture and training, made their bringing-np rather oonspicuous in the set to the other day. Speaker Randall had a ticket of leave from his party ten dered him, with the good will of the party thrown in. Blackburn of Kentucky the "infected rag man, we take it and Cof frath of Pennsylvania, hardly satisfied with the vernaculer of the party and its range of approbrious names were very much inclined to have a N. Y. "sixth ward" knock-down, but being shut off by their friends from this enjoyment, they found relief in twitting one another of being traitors to their country I Bless us what an ideal A party that has gloried in its red-handed rebellion, and resorted to every mode of upturning the foundations of the government, now as members of the party, devoted to this enterprise, bandy ing about as an approbrium, the term, traitorl This reminds us more than any. thing else, of those dissentions that are rep resented as taking place in the world of darkness, whore the dwellers upbraid one another with the dopthsoftheir degradations practiced on this side of river Styx the bouudry of time. Remember 1 The only perfect proprieta ry medicine as "Blood Searcher" is that bearing the name or "Dr. Limlscy, aud which may bo had from druggists. Many ladies misinterpret their suffer ings. Try a box of "Sellers' Liver Pills." 80 cents a box. For sale by all druggists. Consumption Cured. physician, retired from practice. having had placed in his bands by an Kast India missionary the formula of a simple vegitable remedy for the siieedy and permanent cure lor uonsumpilon, Iiron chilis, CaUrrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung Aifeotions, also a positive aud radical cure for Nervous Debility aud all nervous complaints, after having tested its wonderful ourative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it kuown to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve hu man suffering, I will send, free of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, with full directions for preparing and uslug, in German, French or Kuglish. Seut by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this patter. W. W. Shxrae, 149 Power's Block, Rochester, N. Y, 13t57eow Kidney-Wort is nature's remedy for Kid ney and Liver diseases. Piles and consti pation. asfona Millions of Mothers express their de light over Caafnria. It in nature's remedy for assimilating the food. I'nhk. Cas tor Oil, It Is plM.ut to take, and unlike Morphine) Syrups, It Is harmless. Cnatoria regulates the Bowels, destroys Worms, Cures . ' . Sour Curd nd Wind Colic, and allays Fevorlshness. What sires hftalth to the Child, promotes rest for the Mother. Children Cry for Pitch er's Castoria. It Is the most reliable, effective and popular artlole dispensed by Druggists. Bines Heallnc remedies hare been ised by SUFFERING MAN hss there been known laoh absolute Pain" relieving- stents as the . CENTAt,R I.H'IMENTS. They soothe, heal, and eure. They HEAL. Cats. Wounds. dslls, Old-Bores, Broken-breasts and Bore Nipples i ' CUBE-Psin In the Bank, Rheumatism. Bcla , Ilea, Lumbago, Neuralrla. Ear-Aobe, Tetter, Pimples, Itch, Bait Rheum, and all Flesh, Hone and Mmeole ailments of Animals: BITTHHJE Inflammation and Swelling RELIEVE Boili, Felons.Ulcers.BoreTb.roat, Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy j EXTRACT Pain from Burns. Scalds, 6tlnts, Frost-bitei, Bprains and Bruises. The eiperienoe of centuries has made the CENTAUR Liniment., the most peedy and etTeotlrt caratlv agent! for MAN and BEAST the world has ever known. The Centaur LINIMENTS have relieved more bed-ridden Crip ples i healed more frightful wounds, and saved mora valuable animals' than all other liniments, ointments, oils, extracts, plasters and lo-oalled ''pain killers" and "skin cures" combined. Physician and Veterinary Surgeons en done the Centaur Liniments millions of men, women and children in all countries use them, and Houiekeepe.-s, Farmers, Planters. Travelers, Liverymen, Teamsters and Block-growers, are their patrons. They are clean, they are handy, they are cheap, and they are reliable. There is no ache, pain, or swelling- which they will not alle viate, subdue, or cure. Bold throughout THE HABITABLE GLOBE for 60 cts. and 11.00 a bottle- Trial bottles, 25 cte. Catarrhal Wei De Meyer's Treatise on Ca tarrh, explains the following lmportantfaota t 1. That Catarrhal Colds become a Jolsonoue infection, at lint local, and nally constitutional. 2. That, being Constitutional, the Infection Is beyond the reach of mere local remedies. 8. That Impurities In the nostrils, are necessarily swallowed into the stomach and Inhaled into the lunge, thns poison ing the Digestive, Bespiratory and den I to urinary organs. ....... e. That Catarrhal virus fellows the tnaoous membrane and oauses Deafness, Dyspepsia, Chronio Diarrhoea, Bronchitis, Leneorrhma, and Consumption. . 6. That Smokes, Douches, Inhalations, and Insoluble Snuffs, cannot possibly remove infectious inflammation from the er gons nsmed. That an antidote for Catarrh must possets aa inooulative aOnlty for, and the quality of being absorbed by, the purulent moooui wherever looated. Baaed upon these plain theories, Sr. Wei De Meyer'e Catarrh Cure has proved to be infallible. It not only re lieves. It cures Catarrh at any stage. Home testimony : Cured I Cured I Cured I Cured I W. D. Waom. 4W Brotdwty, N. Y., Cured of Chronic (JeUarrh. T J. Haubtt, Mil Broadtrty , K. Y. , 4 y'rt Catarrh. O. L BHUiu,44a Broadway, N.Y., 10 y'w Catarrh. 8. Bihiiipt, Jr., Jeweler, AO? Broadway. N. Y., (lady fneiul), oured of phrenic Bay Fever. Mite. Buna C. Uowm, 89 W. WaiblnRton Square, N, Y., cured of 80 yeare t'brunto Catarrh. RlT. 0o. A. Hkm, MO .Tar Rt , Brooklyn. "It reatored me to my minlaterlal labor.." Rir. Oha-. J. J rims. New Brighton, fi. I. , "Worth ten Umue the cost." TUt, Ami. Fuem, Cairo. N. Y. " Ityhaa worked wondure lu aix cane lu my pariah.' L. F. NawMArf.800 Pnltnn St., Brooklyn, cured of 4 yeari Chum io Catarrh. Una. J. Bwahtr, Jh., ) Warren St., Jersey City, curtd of 18 yeara Chronic Catarrh, fcc. Ac. cx Ac. Ao. A rl oar for this terrible malady, li tfca moat imporUut diaoovery for the relief of human Huffer.iif, atnoe vaoolnatioa. Wei jD Meyor'a Catarrh Core Is -old by all Prut-gists, or delivered by 1). B. Pivrir k Co., 46 Pey St., N. Y- for 91.50 a paolf ie. To CluU, six paokaa-ea for ?&). Dr. Wei De Moyor'a Treatiae, with full explanations and OYonvhelinlni Drools, la Post-paid and lent free to any Body. Parties conteinnlatlnkf a trtn to KanRiia or any point In tho wim, before buying ticket win uii wen w cui on w . tv neuvua, i t'turu, Nttwa Hooiii, AaliUbula, O. Ut-Uti mm "Hi.Biiieas Principles." WhAnviu wiaiiLomLliliiu tnttttmiri at r Int. ly to biiMlnena and curra crutch or coUl In the h.oul u..t lis (.'..miut-'ei I i. nri.ir.ul s ey. it wilt relieve tiny coso lu onu hour. Try a sample buttle at 10c rr : : . Special Notice to lalrynu ii. WE HAVK ITHITALIjY KENT out our uKeiita to pick, up deacon Rklua, but ttils year we hereby exiooJ notice to the tin try men. Unit thoee who bring their dairy aktns to us at the tannery will receive the highest caili pr.w att! lu addition the usual coiiiiniNhlt.il pHUI BKfiiU. As we prului to deal Uirrctly with the dairy mfu. juto-ov A' ti y i ia aia a mm, Kook Creek, O. A fiUranga People. Po von know thut tho re nre atranue neoiil In our oommunlty, we aay strung bconu.se thuv aeciu to u ruler to minor .ml imaa their rtya mlHtiruuIy, uuute no hy DUuop.ia, and ijivur . oinpmiui, inuiauxnon, conNUimuon ami Omicral Mchlllly. whtin HUlLoU'li VlTALiZKlt Is Kuaniuteed to cure Lheiu. fcttulu by bwlll and 'l um ber & Co. CAIll'IiTS! ITH1EL STONE, No. lis Bnnerlor 8t CI.BVItLAND, O., has now In store an IMMENHB STUCK of NEW CARPETS ! The addlton of over 8000 feet of extra floor was rendered necessary by Increased bus iness, and the whole store la COMPLETELY JAMMED 1 . WITH GOOD8. ATTENTIVE SALESMEN, THE CHOICEST GOODS, and L0WK9T PRICES at 215 SUPERIOR ST. 1574.8S HARNESS, &c FORQeo 13 nOTIIHn i -r Has on hand a good assortment ol ale and Dnnhle. of the nest workmanship ana me- tenai. tie le prepared to nil all order, rer work oi aoj aeecnpiioa in me line. SADDLES, RIDINO BRIDLES, WHIPS, HALTERS, BLANKETS, Ao. i n.xjixri3LS lie has Jut laid In a larre auppty of 1are and mtwuum ir,ra iraTeiing i rumen, i ntv are OI va rlont analities and values, and afforded at favnr able prices. The vniortment la altogether the largest of any In the rugioa. The traveling public are Invited to look over this stock, as thoy can aruijie.il w nun norun iiuiif miiii'ir mmn, FOHO V BHOTIIRR Ashtabula. Hem. V.ltrtl KiHOtr Consumption Cured. Cheap Advertising. NOTICB AdvertUttmcntM of" Wanted,'"- Sale" uLaH," ')i.n(l,M etc., not exceeding five txnea, wiu oe xnseriea in rii column, unaer ap prtmriate head for one week for 'i.'i centt. Each aaatiwntu tine wtit oe cfMurgea o cents. FOR RENT. Il6fcK A NO BARN on Mallon at. a very desirable place. t uitu & HHOH, ISBilf FOR SALE. FOR 8 ALU -IB ft W AH TIN BKKA. 7U-77 J. H. BUUHKI. POR H A LE OR KXr'll ANfiK FOR A Farm In AHhtnbula county. A harm of one hundred aud thirty acres In Boone county Kentucky nine mllcH from Cincinnati, much of this farm Is well set In grinta, Winter h ta bling for Forty head of Horses, which are hud at Cincinnati or Oovlngion, at about TKN DOLLARS a month a heud, stulla for Fifteen Cows, brick smokehouse, Ice houe, barns, carriage house, dwelling a two story hewed log with twotory frame kitchen at tached, two orchnrds of well selected fruit, a half mile training-track fenced, this farm Is well fenced, much of It with Locunt posts and plue boards. If exchanged difference in value will he paid or received ou liberal time. Address, orcnll upon. P. W. 8THADKR. 8r. AHhtabula, O. This farm is well wattercd, for summer paature It Is Dot excelled, A It la well kuown. Consumption Cured. Cheap Advertising. LEGAL, &c. Proclamation. Vlt.tAOt Or' AUBTAKm.A, I Ma Yon. Orrn , March 24, IRK. rpHK ATTKNrTON of tho ('ITIXKN f of the 1 Inrornoraled Villain of Ashtabula is hereby called tn the provision of an art of tlm (lener al Assembly of the Hlate of ttlito, paused March 10. tHttt entitled "An act tn suppress ihe sale of splrltons liquors wtllilu tho Htate unou the dav of Klectlon. - ' Section 1, of said read As IhMows! "He U ennrted bv the (leneral Assembly of the Htfite of Ohio, that It shail be unlawful fhr ary person wunin ine wtate to sell, hnrtrr or give away any splrttiionn, vtnotis or malt llnnort on the day or any election held within Ihe Htate nnder the Constitution and laws t..crtor: and It Is hereby made the duty of and each persons who are authorized under or by the lawsof this or the municipal rouMilatlons of any city, town or village in thit Htate, to sell or barter any spirituous vinous or malt llqnora, to close their resnectlve u laces of Imsii.i'H nn n....n .tu. Any person offimdliig against the provisions of avi. "Man Muiinn'i in sny sum noi less tnan five nor more than one hundred dollars, and be Imprisoned In the county Jail for a period not eiceeding ten days for each offence an committed and It shall he Ihe dnty of all Mayors ol cities and Incorporated villages within thlg State, on the days of elections as aforesaid, to Issue a Proclamation warning the inhabitants of such city or village of the provisions of this act, and that all violation or ihesame vlll subject the offenders to prompt and speedy pnnlshtnent and requiring Marshals and public officers under their respective Jurisdictions, to close all honses found violating the provisions of this act and to report forthwith all violations thereof to said Mayor. The citizens of this Village are hereby warned and required, aa well for the observance of law as for the promotion and maintenance of order, to respect and obey the provisions of the above ptatnte Monday, the Rth day of April 1W0. The Marshal aud bis deputies are hereby re-qniri-d to see to it thai all citizens of Ashtabula observe this law on said dav of April Mh. 10 MiveouBuor my nana ana seal tnll 82nd day of March, A. I). 1Ho. H. L. MOItKlHC'N. Mayor. , PROCLAMATION. TIIK Qualified K lectors or the Incorporated Village of Ashtabula, and the territory at tached thereto, for school purposes, and resident within Ihe limit of the Village Hehool DMrlct, are hereby notified to meet at Firemen's Hall, in said Incorporated Village of Ashtabula, the nsual place of holding School Meetings lu id Village School District, on MONDAY, APRIL 0th, A. D. 18N0, between the honra of six (fft o'clock In the morn ing and six (6) o'clock In the afternoon, and then and there choose by hallot two competent and ju dicious persons, ressdents of said village School District, and having the qualification of electors therein to serve as members of the Board of Edu cation of Paid Village School District for the term of three (8) years from the third Monday of April, A.D. 1MH0, or until their successors rre elected and qualified. A. A. SotrmwioK, Clerk or Board of Edntatloa of said Village School District. 4 Klectlon Notice. TIIK qualified elector of the village of Ashtabula, are herohy notified to as sembleat the usual place of holding elec tions, to-wlt: Protection Hall on Monday. April 6, 1880, and then and there to elect, be tween the hours of 6 o'clock a. m., and 6 o'clock p. m., One Mayor In nlaoeof H. T,. Morrison Ono Clerk, in place of Jus. Reed, Jr. One Marshal In place of Jan. Thorpe. One Treasurer, In place of A. A. Bouthwtck. And three Co unci linen for two years In place off, H. Hitchcock, Henry Israel and James A. ManniUsf. WhOfle tlmnH nfnfllfia ainlroln April. ATTEST :- Tf. Tj, MORRISON, JavraRrkd, Jr.. Clerk. Mayor. Atbtebula March 17, im. TREAHURKR'H OFFICP, I Ashta hl'la Village, March 4. '80 f NOTICE Is hereby given that on the 10th dav of Aorll. IKHn hot ih. t.n..ra ol o'clock a. in., and 8 o'clock p. m., and from day to day thereafter between the same honra and at the same plnce, (until all bonds hereafter named are sold) nt mv of fice at the Ashtabula Loan Association llnnk. I will offer for sale, and sell to the highest and best bidders, (provided no bid shall be .mrivBu .ens man tne race value or said bonds.) .twenty Ronds of said village known as . a...,, ux nimiv I1UIIIIS oi me UH- nOIlllnatlon ofSUlOoiinh lionrlnrr Inlaws the rate of six per cent per annum and fall ing due Hept. 1st, IWiO. A. A. SOUTH WICK, 1,0 Treasurer. LEGAL. &c. AAi)iMiNiMTitATnrf4ALiT OK HI-'AI. FHTATK IN tmrananfm of nn order of tlie Prohnte lonrt of Aslitalnila iounty. ithlo. I will oner tor sine at punnc aurtion, on Haturrtav, the M day of April, IHmii, hi-twecn the hours of one and two o cock In tiie afternoon, up on tho premises, the following described real estate, (free of dower) sltinite In the vil lage or Ashtabula, county of Ashtabula ai d Htate orohio, to-wlt : Meglnnlug at the center of West fit , nt Its Junction with Prospect nt ; thence running north lldeg., west five chains ami fifty links; thence north fta deg. east chains and 76 links ; thence south ItVt. deg., eaM 5 chains and H links i thence auutli nit deg , went 8 conins ami wi uti km to tho place ol beginning, oonlalnlnir onnand .u)-hH) ui.r.,B ,.r m.iF. or lfs, subject to all legal highways thereon. Appraised at t4,(MO. Triiis of sale; One. unru in imnn, one-tnini in one year, and one-third in two years from thodny of sale; the deferred payments to bear Interest ftom the day of sale, secured by mortgngn upon the premises aold. HKNItY KASMKTT, Administrator of John A. Prentice, decnas'd. Ashtabula, Feb'yiiSd, two. 1R74-7H Administrator'! Hale OF THE BTOW HOMKHTEAD. IN pursuance of nn order of the Probate Court of AshtAbula County. Ohio. I will oiler for sale at puhlio auction on Monday. April lth, Ikho, between the hours of oneand three o'clock p. m. of said day, the follow ing described real estate (free of dower), ste llate In the township of Ashtabula, In the county of Ashtabula, and Htate of oho, and being a part ol original lot No. 17 In the said township of Ashtabula, and bounded north and went by the right of way ol the Ashta bula and Pittsburgh Railway Company; euHtby a tract ot nine acres of land belong ing to Mooch Taylor, and south by the Houth Ridge road, containing nine and 33-100 acres of land. Appraised at I1.71U. There Is a two story dwelling house, a good barn, and or chard, on the premises. Hale will takeplaceon the premises. Terms of sale: One-third In hand, one third In one year, and one-third In two years from the day ol aale; the deferred payments to bear Interest from the day of sale and secured by mortgage. HENRY FA8KETT, Administrator of the estate of Joseph L. Stow, deceased. 7H-79 Ashtabula, March 3d, lK8u, SHERIFF'S SALE, her I AT as Special master Commission r -Hale or stands and Tenement. A shtabula Common Plea, Sept. Term, 1879 HORACIC WATOOH 1 aqaihst VOrderof Sale. JoHMSOIf (ilLLBTT, 6t ftl. BY virtue of an order of sale, duly Issued from said Court lu the above case to ms directed, I will oft'er for sale by way of pub lie auction at the door of the Court House, In the village of Jeff erson, Ashtabula Coun ty, Ohio, on Monday the fiaii day of April. A. P. 1880, between the hours of I0A. M. and 12 M. of said day, the following described lands and tenements, to-wlt: HI tn ate In the township of Sheffield, coun ty of Ashtabula and State of Ohio, ami de sorlhed as follows: In lot lot No. 28 contain lug T,K acres of land, 2 acres In lot No. ii9, and ft) acres In lot No. 8o, and bounded north and east by the center of the highway ex cepting about one and one half () acres, on the eoMt owned by 8, A. Norton ; south by lot line, and west by'lands of L. W, Raker, Terms, cash. Appraised at tZ7(fi 00. R. W. Calvin, A. W. Stilus, NhorliT, Pl'tlTs Attorneys. As Special Maater Com. Sheriff's Office. Jefferson, March 8, 1880. LEGAL NOTICE. PURSUANT to an order of the Court ot Common Pleas, In and lr the county of Ashtabula, and Htate of Ohio, In an action wherein Peter F. Good Is plaintiff", and Wil son T. Randall Is defendant, I will sell to the highest bidder, at my ofMceln Ashtabula, on Monday the Md day of March, A. D.. 1880, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in., and '2 o'clock m., all uncollected notes, olulms, ao oounts and demands, In my hands as receiv er of the late firm of Good A Randall. Dated Mpreh fith, IKnO. HENRY FAHHFTT, as Receiver. of Uood Randall. HALL RROM., Solicitors. Ashtabula & Pittsburgh Kail way Company. THE Annual Meeting of the Htockholders of the Ashtabula Plitsburgh Railway Company, will be held at the onlee of the Company In the vlllnge of Ashtabula. Ohio, on Tuesday, A prll 6th, 1880. at S::t0 o'clock , p. m., for the purpose of holding an election for Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. 1574-78 FRANK HEMPLK, fcJooreUry. Ashtabula. O., March 4, 1880. CARPETS! Our Carpet Room ia now ready for tho SPRING TRADE of 1880, with an Enormous Stook of Carpets in tho most Attractive Desips ana Colorinp, At Prices that will compete BRUSSELS CARPETS, THREE PLY CARPETS, TWO PLY CARPETS, INGRAIN CARPETS, HALL & STAIR CARPETS, To Match. HEMP CARPETS, and FLOOR OIL OLoTIIO. Buy your Carpets at the only Carpet Room in the County; The only place where Carpets ars shown under Perfect Light is at ( API TT V 20 PIECES NEW LACE CURTAINS From 16 cents per yard up; among which are some elegant Now Patterns that cannot be found in any other store in town. Carlisle it Tyler have a TREMENDOUS STOCK of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Crashes which they are selling' at old prices. New Dress Goods, Cashmeres and Silks at Last Season's Lowest Prices at OIXX.I3HsIi3 cto TTaTLIUIX'a Spring Hosiery and Gloves in attractive styles. Nov elties in LACE FICHUS, LACE TIES, and SCAEFS, MUS LIN TIES, FRENCH LACES and BBET0N LACES, AT CARLISLE & TYLER'S. CARPETS! with any retailers east or west. Jk - TVT LMJIU notice to contkactouh. Drrd(ld( ahls channsl Ashtakala Harbor. MAVIIK I OFFH'K, I aaiiTiniti, Vh.laue. Mrh 4th, 'HO ( CJEAI.Kh prnpntals will hs roeHvM at tha ofltopnr ihe VlllHsn Clerk, until Utt'vUn-k M., April 7lh, Iiwip. for ilrnlKlna nut luas than I0.INI4I, and not more than sn.lHMl otihlo yarils nf mirth, at th. option of Hie t o-j noil, on tha pi.t s td( of snld ship ohannal at A.hlAhnla IlarLfor, bPKlnnlns at a point oppo.tta tha south end of the government ptr. and ex tnnillns up the east side or the channel ao ancordlns; to plans and peolfloallon. on file In the ofHoe of said olerk . All material excnvAltHl to he removed at least ofa mile onttlde or, and aaatwardly from the mouth of the Harhor. The work to be paid fhr per enbio yard aa par estimates of entilneer In rharae. I'lHuasiid apeelflratlnns may be seen and all necenvary blanks and Inrtirmallon ob tained at the oftlee of said Clerk Biuih propneal inn.t contain the full name of the party or parties maklnpt the same, and all persons Interested therein, and must be accompanied by a bond of SMX) with good and sumolent surety that If the same la accepted a oontract will be entered Into The villas; reserves the right to aoofipt any or reject all bid.. r Hy order of the Council, Attkht : H.I,, MORRISON, JAMK8 REED. J a,, Clerk. Mayor. 1S.-.-78 Dissolution of Co-partuerslilD. THE firm of.E. A. Wlllard 4 Co., Is dlssolv by muu,al consent. All aocounU ... rciut-u uy c. wniara wnowllloon tlnne the bualnese at the old stand. K. A. WITXARD. Ashtabula, April 1,'SO J. 8. HtEVlHt. Thank In i our customers for their patron ate hereUifore, I would ask them lor a con tinuance of the same, and will keep a fre.1, sunk of UriiifS and Orocerles always on hand, and will sell as low aa the i.xhIhchii be bought in this market. E. A. W1LLAKI). 7t-u STATEMENT fY RECEIPTS and disbursements of the VJ Board of Education of the Incorporated Vlllaao of Ashtabula, for the year aiidtua March 15, WHO. RECEIPTS. Balance In bands of Treas. Marab 16th, 1679 t MS as Received from County Treaa. Htate Eund 1.071 SI Received from County Treaa. School Kund a,Mf on Received from account of rent MOO Received from accountoftultlon.... 1M 67 Received from account of loan MO 00 Total receipts Il,641 14 DISBURSEMENTS, Teacher's salaries I 4 Wss 87 Hopeslntendent's salary uwt 97 Muslo it m Janitors. ,uu nti Supplies '.".'."".'."'...'.".'.'. V 68 ""('""" v am 7 Extra labor 160 05. Fuel j78 g& Printing s, m E"'P 8s 6U Books B ji Lumber and ShlnvlM ,n , Treasurers Salary ."..V.V.'.V.V. "."."".. 88 81 wwMMinry 50 00 Enumeration io no RenlofPlauo " no Hull Rem .TiS Amount returned to A.hUbula To. . Te""urer ". 6 SO Shade Trees... g ss Judges ol Election .V.'.I.'.'.".'."" 00 Loans Paid , aan no Interest paid ." ..'.V.."."."'.'. i 86 Total expense 9.887 ,v Balance , 05 tn.ati 14 GEO. E. STEVENS, Treaa. HI LIT V, General III Health, wasting frm.rr aviaeaaea, splaal BJla aJjrapepslsi, me., Ktc, to wbom will be sent my Book oa Medical Klectrlclty, and Blectro Ualvaulc Belts, world renoun.d for their success In saving many valuable lives, by CVR ALT. ruunslc aii.i... Symptoms and stamp for Dlageonl. to G0-1S01 UK. f- U ari.RRira 1T4 W.rourlkvSt., Clnclnnaii.O.