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Independent in all things.
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VOLUME XXIIl-NO; 3.
ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1872.
WHOLE NUMBER 1150.
TRim OP SUH HIPTICH t
Two Dalian per annum naldstrlctlvlti advnnrS.
Clergymen will be supplied wllh the pnpvr for f 1 a
. .Twelra lines or lou of Nonpareil make square.
One square 1 wenk.a 7fl
Onssqnsre tlrth.' I' Ml
fl'wo squares Smos.f g nf
rwn squares n mos. n IN)
Twnsqiiarosl year, IU nil
Foursquares l'ycar 15 (Kl
Half column t year, art no
ouasquare I mns. . s IKI
Onesquaro A mns.. 5 1V)
One square 1 year, . 8 (HI
i not over live lines nor year (Ml
yninsrv niaiwi-not or general Interest hair ratoa.
Local Notices Tun Cents alhi8 for each insertion.
of very description attended to on rail, and dono In t
miwt tastcfnl manner.
WILL, HUWDI AN, prnprlotnrof Livery Stable.
New Horses. Carriagos. Robes Ac. Hows kent by
the day or week. Omnibus t aud from all trains.
Stable opposite Flak House, Ashtabula, O. llilX
i PHYSICIANS. '
1I1C1VRY P. FRICKKR, HI. ., residence on
Church Street. North of the South Park. Office In
Bmlth'a New Block, opposite the Fisk Honsa. HW
DR. K. I.. KINO, Physician and Hnrgcon. office
orer llendrr & King's store, resldcuce near Sl.Peter'a
Church. Ashtahnla.. O KM
O. B. MO), It. H., Homoeopathic Phvslrinn and
Surgeon. Successor to On. ;V AN NORMAN. I .'Office
aamaaa.fnr.morly.,Vo. t Main strict. Ashtabula, Ohio.
Office hours from 7 to H A. M : 1to 2 P. M., and eve n
Ing. May he found at the office BUnlght, 1 137
BR. K imEl, would Inform hit friends, and the
pub'tc generally that he may be found at his residence
or Park Street, ready to attend to all professional
calls. Office hour from 13 to a P. M. Ashtabula O.
ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS.
JT. H. RIIODKa, Attorney and Counsellor at
Law, Jill Superior Street, Cleveland. Ohio. M
RIIKRITIAN, HAM., Ac SIIFRJIA1, Attor
neys and Counselors at L aw, Ashtabula, Ohio, will
practice In the Courts of Ashtabula. Lake and Ooauga.
LaBAN 3. SUKRXAM, THEODORE II AI T..
j. 11. SnrinMAW. 1048
CI. I. ROCKWKI.Ii Attorney at Law, Klngsvilie,
(Fhlo. Q: fl. an 4 t. J. Rockwkm,. Oeneral Insurance
Agency, Klnirsvilie, O. Loseos adjusted and prompt
ly paid. 1048.
WARD If. PITCH. Attorney and Counsellor
at Law, Notary Public. A-hlabuls. Ohio. Special at
tention given to the Settlement of Rotates. and to Con-
Barter the llankrnpi Law.
I. O, FI)HKR, Jnsilee of the Peace and Agent for
the Hartford. Sun, & Franklin Fire Insurance Compa
nies. Office In the store of Crosby A Wotherwax. on
.1 Main Street. Opposite the Fisk llonse, Ashtabula,
Ohio. ' 111!
HRNRV FASSKTT, Agcm Home Insnranee Com
nany, of New York iCapltal. 4,nm.imm. and of Charter
oak Life Insurance Company, of Hartford, Ct. Also,
attends to writing of Deeds, Wills, Jtc. 1048
JT. R. COOK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Notary Public, also Ileal Estate Agent. Main street,
oyer Morrison Tlcknor's store. Ashtabula, ). HID
CII ARL15S BOOTH, Attorney and Counsellor at
Law, Aahtahnla. Ohio. . KHB
FISK HODRK, Ashtabula. Ohio. A. Field. Propri
etor, Ap Omnibus running to and from every train of
cars. Also, a (rood lirery-stable kept In connection
with this ouso, to convey passengers to any
ASHTABULA MOITSI5 R. C. W vnsnNOTOW.
Prop Main St, Aahtahnla, Ohio. Larue Public Hall,
(rood Livery, and Omnibus to and from thodepot. 1043
THOMPSON'S HOTEL J.
tor, Jefferson, Ohio.
C. Thompson, Propri
GROnr.lt HAM,, Dealer in Piano-Fortes, and Mo
lodeons, Piano toots, Covers, Instruction Dooks. etc.
Depot W Public Square, Cleveland. Ohio. 1048
TITLKIt 4 CAKI.ISI.K, Dealers In Fancy and
pie Dry Goods. Family Orocerlus, Crockery, South
ore, Clarendon Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. 10M5
E. II. GILKEY, Dialer in Dry-Goods, ttroccrle.
curies. Crockery dud . Ulase-Ware, next door north of
Flsk Honse, Malu street. A-hlnhiila Ohio. 1048
J. ITI. VaVLKNEH & SON, dealers In C.ro r
les. Provisions. Flour, Feed, Foreign and Dunn i Ic
Fruits, Salt, Fish, Plaster, Water Lime, Seeds. c,
Main Street. Ashtabula, Ohio. 1 1
IT. RKDIIK.in, Dealer in Flour, Pork, lliims,l.;ird,
and all kinds of Fish. Also, all kinds of Fnmll Gro
ceries, Frultt and Confectionery, Ale and Doirislic
JT. I'. UOBIiltTSOV cV Son, Dealer in'ovory de
acrlptlon of Hoots, Shoes, lints Cap. Also, on hand
a stock of choice Family Groceries, Malu street,
tier of Centre, Ashtabula, O. Wilt
D. AT. IIAKKIC1.I., Comer Spring and Main
streets, Ashtabula, Onto, Dealers iu Dry-Goods, Gro
ceries, Crockery, &c, Jtc.
WEILS ic BOOTH, Wholesale and Uetall Dealers
In Western Unserve Butter and Cheese, Dried Fruit,
. Vlolir. and Groceries. Order rM4,.f.triillv U.,H-U..,1
filled at the lowest ctsheost. Aslitabula.GliIo. 1005
II. I.. ITI O lilt I. NO , Dealer in Dry-Goods, Groce-
US. BootS. NllOMM- ll)tlH.(?rtOS Hr.l U'UPii i'r,utirv
Hooks, Paints, Oils, Ac, Asht ibula, (). MOO
M ARTIN N IS W II K It It Y, Drugelst, and Apothe
cary. audireuer.il dualur iu Drug's, Medicines, Wines
and Liquors for Medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet
Goods, Malu Street, comer of Centre, Aalitubula.-
rilAHMi H. SVlfT-Alilabula. Ohio, Denier
In Drills and Medicines, Groceries, Perfumery and
Fancy Articles, superior Teas, Coll'ue, Spices, Flavor
Ina hfxtracts. Patent Medicines of every description,
Paints, Dyes, Varnishes, Brushes, Fancy Soups, Hair
Kostoratlves, Huir Oils, &e. all of which will be sold
at the lowest prices. Proscriptions prepared with suit
able care. 1U05
I. A. HKNDHY, Main streets, Ashtabula, Ohio.
Dealer in Druirs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints. Ills,
Brushes, Varulshes, Dye Stud's, &c. Choice Family
7 Modioiuos. Tare Wines and Liquors for Medicinal pur
" " poses. PUysleian's presciiliouscarorullyaiidprouipt
Ir attf nded to. Hu.s
GBOHtiB WILLAItn. Dealer iu Dry-Goods, (Iro
ceriea. Hats, Caps, Boots, shoes, Crockery, Glass-Ware.
Also, Wholesale and Kefail Dealer iu Hardware, Sad
dlery, Nulls, Iron, Steel, Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dyestuft's, AcMalntreet, Ashtabula. 10M5
W. II. WIHUJIWV, Saddler and llarnoss Ma
. ker, opposite Fisk Block, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio,
baa on hand, and makes to order, lu the bust manner,
everything in his Hue. loiia
P. C. FORD, Manufacturers and Dealer in Sad
dles, Harness, 11 Mlus. Collars, Trunks, Whips,
Ac, opiKMlte Fisk llouso, Ashtabula. Ohio. 1015
-Q. C. CUM, ICY, Manufaetureroruth, Siding, Mould
ings. Cheese Boxes, Ac. Planing, Matching, and Scrowl
alawtug, done on the shortest notice. Shop cm Main
street, opposite the UppejPark, Ashubula. Ohio. 440
IR1MOUH, UIDDINMS V C O., Manufacturers
of Doors, SssU, Ullu Is, Bov,l Siding, Flooring, Feuc
lug. Moldings, Scroll Work; Turning, 4c. Also, Job
bers and Builders, Dualeis iu Lumuer, Ith and Shin
gles, at the Planing Mill, corner of Maiu street aud
Union alley. Ashubula, Ohio,
WM. SBYMOtJIi..., - - A. C. OIDDINGS.
P.M. 8TBONQ. niiH-tr
0. IEILB V KKO., Manufacturers and Dealers la
all kiads of Leather lu general demand iu this market
Highest cash price paid for Hides aud Skins.
WITH F- .HUNCH, yaaufacUrnrs and Deal eTa
.() It ktda Luatkor laisiaaad in this, market,
t Und Shoemakera Fiudinga. He Is also engaged iu the
manufacture of Harnesses, of the light aud tasteful, aa
well as the more substantial kinds, opposite Phoenix
Foundry, Ashtabula, 870
CIIOSBY& WETHKK WAX, dealers lu Stovoa
Tin ware. Hollow V)'fo, shelf llardward, Glass Ware,
Lamps and Lamp-Trimuiiugs, Petroleum Ac, Ac.
opposite the Fisk House Ashtabula. 1)1)1
Also, a bill stock uf Paiul, OU, .Yantuhta, Brushes,
Itc. -' . 1111
fQKOHGK C. HI BKAIIO, I)ealer In Hardware:
iron. Steel aud Nulls, Stoves, Tin Plate, Sheet Ifon,
Cooper and Zinc, and Manufacturer of Tin, Sheet Iron
and Copier Ware, Fisk a Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. 10IIJ
p. W. DIClKIWkjaN, Jeweler. Reiring or all
' kinds bf W atchea. Clocks, and Jewelry. Btore in Ash
tabula House Block. Ashtabula, Ohio- .
a TTTr , -. -n Y 1
JT. . ABIIOTT. Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewel f
ry, etc. Engraving Mending and Repairing dune to
qrder. Shop on Malu arniet, Oonuuaut, Ohio, 888
JAIIKI K. RTRBBINS, Dealer In Watches,
r Clocks. Jewelry, Silver aud Plated Ware, Ac. He
pairing of al kinds done well, and all orders promptly
fSWutMk). - nlsof, Aabubula, O, )UvS
JOHN Itl'CIIO, Manufai Hirer of, and Dealer In
Fnrnltnreof the bi-st descriptions, aud every variety.
Also General Undertaker, and Manufacturer of Coffinf
to order. Main street, North ol South Public Square,
J. tt. HHACII, Mannlactnrer and Dealer in First
Class Furnltrue. Also, General Undertaker. 1IJW
P. K. II A 1,1., Dentist. Ashtabula, O. Office
Center street, bctwern Main and Park. 1048
. IV. NELSON, Dentist, Ashtabula. O
I VislflH l! 'fltlllial.ll AA'uiliis-atHjW ttttfl Til II -f lft t
W. T. WALLAC'K, D. D. . Klnisviiie.o.ls pre
pared to attend to all operations in h's profession.
Ho makes a speciality of "Oral Surgery' and saving
Uie natural teeth. lion
KIM. AH HALL, Fire and I.I re Insurance and Ileal
Kstato Agent, Also, Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Office over Sherman and IlnH'a Law GfHce, Ashtabu
la, Ohio. 1I4
ED W A R D CJ. PIKIirK Dealers In Clothing, Hats,
Caps, and Genta' Furnishing Goods, Ashtabula, O. 884
1VAIIK MILL, Wholesale and Hetsll
Dealers in R)-ady Made Clothing, Furaisbing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Ac. Ashtabnla. two
SEYMOUR, STHONCi ; SPKRHV, Mnnnfnc
turers Stoves, Plows and Coltiiriir, WimlowCans and
Sills. Mill Castings. Kettles, Sinks, Sleigh Shors. Ac,
Plinnlx Fonndrv, Ashtabula. Ohio. mlL
WBI. S. J KSSUP, Malleable and c.rey Iron Found
er, and mannfoctnrer of Trunk Hardware. 75. 77. 7fl
and 81 Central Avenue, (Formerly Nesbit Street,)
.' Newark. N.J. 11 '.'1
FUED. W. BLAKI'.SI CIC, Photographer an
dealer In Pictures. KiiL'rnvIr s, Chromos, Ac. having
a large supply of Mouldings jf various descriptions, is
prepared to frame any t lit ,g In the picture line, at
short notice and fn the best slvle. Second floor of the
Hall atore. Snd door Komhof Bank Maun street. 1004
. TRAPPLER, (From Paris.) No. 76 Sixth Ave
ntie, bet. 17th and 18th St.. New York. All articles
for Ladles' Toilet and In Hair, manufactured after the
latest Paris patterns. Specialities in Ladies' Coif
GRAND RIVER INSTITUTE, at Anstinburg,
Ashjahnla Co., Ohio. J. Tnrkerman. A. M.. Princi
pal. Winter Term beglne Dec 6th. Bend for l ata-
riMIE symptom of Liv-
. , JL er Complaint are un pa ni
nes a and puln iu t tut side. Home-QTTFr-kTlTCJ)
times the puln ! In the shoulder,
O J.lVLiVlJil O Hd is iiiltfinkcii Tor rheumotirim.
The Ktoniach In aftVcUfl wllh loes
ofappfllte and Hicknen, howcli
In tfuiiurul on h live, pomittlmo al
ternating with lax The h ad in
tronnlod with pntn. and dull, heavy nni'-HHon, r(tntider
oble 1ob of memory, aecompttniiMl vlth pnlnfitl nen)a
tlon of havinj; hi ft mulonu pome
thin'; which oiiifhl to have heen
dono. Ollcn coiupliiiiiiny of weak-
nes-H, noniniy una low ppinii.
tSomcttm3 many of the uhovt
pymptonm nttend'the dlca!e, and
oi owier tim"g very lew 01 iriein :
bnt the Hver lw cenenilly tho nr
gan most Involved. Cure the Liv
A preparation o' roots and herlm, win-runted to be strict
ly vegetable, and can do uo tnj'iry to any one.
It ha been used by hundreds, and known for the )aft
40 years a one of the most reliahlw, crrlearloiiH and
harnilcHB preparatlonn ever offered to the eiiflorii.tf. If
tnkeu regularly audperiiitent1y. It i- suro to cure Dys
pepnla, headache, jniindti e, cost
IvenesH, Hick headached, chronic
diarrhcra, affections of the bladder
camp dysentery, amctlnns of I ho
T? onnilT fnti kiduev8,t'ever,iiervou-ri,esH, chills,
IXuLllctLUIi diseases or the skUi. impurity of
u the blood, melancholy, or deprcs
si cm of spirits, heart hum, colic,
or paint) In tho bowels, palu iu
the head, fever and acne, dropuy,
boils, piln tn thf back, Ac. Prepared onlv by
J. n. ZKIi.lN A CO., Orudis,, Macon, Go.,
and 89 Arch Ht., Philadelphia, Pa. For sale bv Mart.
Nu wherry, Ashtabula, O.. ut wholesale by Stronsr t
Armstrong", Cleveland. b'il
Abstract of Time Table Adopted November 13, 71.
EW nnrl improved Drawing-Ronm
nuu bleeping roaches, coinoitiing all modern iin-
nrovemeiiis. are run through on all trains from Buffalo,
.Mugarti halls, Llevelnnd and l liu-tnnsll to ew orK.
making direct connection with all lines of Foreign and
Coastwise steamers, nnd ulso with Sound Steuuiers and
Hallway Hues for Boston and New England cities.
I No. i.
; Ex press.
No. 14 j No. 4. I No. 8.
Llghtngl Night Clncin.
Express Express. lExpress
Dunkirk L ve.
I 8 10 1
! T40 '
1 45 '
1 54 '
I ft 50
7 00 "
8 00 "
in mi "
45 " II 45 " " "l l 40 "
855 " H IW" " TTWa h
SIR! " II -J5 " S15 "
tilS " 11145 " 8 80 "
Hi " 1151 41 "
4IKI " 6 50 "
4 48 " l 55 "
11 45 " 10 48
7 85 " 14 vll A. u. 4 55 "
8 (Ml " 14 55 " 5 82 "
JU7 1 37 " flll8 "
7 .15 A M 5 85 p.m. 8 15p M
"wTtiTm. i 1 ISaTjiT n44ATsi
10 U " 8 00 " 7 82 "
8 85 " 7 52 "
10 57 " 8 58 " 8 10 "
11 84 " 4 811 " 1100 "
1S0SA.JI. 5 10 " 1188 "
.jj... 11 40 "
Jj-Z 8 00 ""
"B-1" 7 M h 05 "
58 " 8 4ft " 14 53 "
." "81 " 1 80a. a
ft M' U (K) H. iW'
J 00 40 PM 5 15rr
H f " 11 88 " " 8 48 "
11' Z- l 00 Ji "
"ftOBp.u. 11 40P.M. 6 80a. M
Bingnanitoii . "
Great Bend. " '
Deposit .... "
liuticoek ... "
Bo. ton ...
Arrangement of Drawlna-Boom and
No. 1. Sleeping Coaches from Cincinnrtl to Ilnrnelisvllle,
and DrawiiiK Hoom Coaches from Suspension
Bridge, Niagara Falls aud UuUalo to New
No. 19. Sleeping Coaches from Cincinnati, Snspenslon
Bridge, Niagara Falls, Buffalo aud Hornellsvllie to
Now York; also from Hornelsville to Albany,
Na. 4. Sleeping Coaches from Snspenslon Bridge, Ni
agura Falht aud Buffalo to New York.
No. 8. Sleeping Coaches from Cleveland. Suspension
Bridge, Niagara Falls and Hulialo to Susquehanna,
and Drawing Hoom Coaches from ttusquuuauu to
Ask for Tickets Via Erie Railway.
Which can be obtained at all principal Ticket Offices
on malu and connecting
L. D. Kuckku Oen. Sunt
Wm. H. Bahh
Gen. rat. Aai
LAKE SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD.
LAKE SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD. ERIE DIVISION-TIME TABLE.
To take effect Sunday, Jan. 14, 1872.
St. Bt Xz-
Con, Am.teS5SK358?K!S" "
N. Y. Ks.l;gSSeSSSSSSSS
i. c.is'3 s S s ens
MS S 5
S SSS83 tl
c fi & Cat
Trains do not (lop at siations where the time u omitted
.a.. in tne above unie.
(,'ltAUI.Ktl V. HAIt H,
Vel"l ujt, OertlantJ
BY JOHN CLARKE.
Y', n "trniiip," tlioiijrli I relish flic name of It
No lii llcr, pi rlmps, ibnn would you,
And somclinicH 1 hlusli fur Hie bIihmic of It,
lint tvhnt can n poor ft' Hew Uo 1
There aitrcly Is little (Mijnytncnt
In Irurlring lima clay after dny,
While aeekimf in vain for cmploymenl,
Ami bej;iitf !'r hreutl by llio way.
My trade, do you ask f I'm a printer,
And boitst of some knowledge and skill,
But I'vo aenree get a type since last winter,
Though not for tho want of a will.
To lnbor I've ever been ready,
When I have had labor to do ;
But peril nps I've been rather unslcaily
I'm sorry to ow n It Is true.
For Ihouifli a lonjr time I've been thinking,
And makinir reaolvea In my mind,
To break oil' this hniiit of drinking,
It isn't an sy, I find j
For I vo had my altar of life's trouble
And I have been fond of my fun,
And with this provocative double
To foolish excesses I've run.
And thus I have lost reputation,
And iujiired my health and my purse,
And forfeited each situation
I've held ; yot lliank God it's no worso.
Fr spilled milk it's no use to sorrow,
My penance, I trust, will be brief,
And then, on some happv to-morrow,
I'll really turn down a new leaf.
Do I look pretty roujrh r Yes, I know It.
I'm tattered, and soiled, and all that j
I've had a hind time, und I show it
From my shoes to the crown of my hat.
For months I have earned not a dollar,
And so, if you please, you'll excuse
My want of a new paper collar
And the holes iu '.ho toes of my shoes.
Five States have I Journiyed through, seeking
For work, but no work can I find,
It la only tho truth I am speaking.
And, though some employers were kind,
There were o.hers who looked with suspicion
Upon me and said, with a sneer,
"How came you in such a condition
I gtiens you'vs bivn prosaic;; your beer,"
At night I have slept in tho forest
Or lodged la a barn or a shed,
And sometimes, when hunger was sorest,
Have asked for a morsel of bread,
Which often a man would refuse me
In InnjiruHire insultiii"; and vile,
And in turbulent spirit abuse mo
For tiav'iing iu bugytirly style.
There nre men whoso miserly features
Contract with a sneer or a frown
V licne'er they sec one of God's creatures
That's golteu liv poverty down.
And clinrily is not iu fashion
'Along Ctiristimis of ltttter-dny school,
AY lien he to wtint shows compassion,
Is classed us a good-hettrlud foul.
And so, because ono man in twenty
Would turn me with Iii3alt away,
I walked through the middle of plenty
And faslujtl for many a day.
And often, when hungry and weary,
I, stippcrless, sought my rude bed.
The world seemed all dismal and dreary,
Wilhout ono bright star overhead.
Near used up ? Yes, I am ; you cia sse that,
And I have been sick lately, too ;
It is not very slrangu I should be 1 li at,
Lying out in the rain and the dew.
My stomach has hud nothing iu it
Next lo nothing, at least, lor three days,
And I've no idea this minute,
When next a square meal I can raise.
How long will it last f I don't know, sir,
I think there will soon be a turn ;
All I want is some sort of a show, sir,
A moderate living to earn,
And though now I'm homeless and friendless
Aud living on puddings of air,
I know that this thing can't be endless,
At leuct I will never despair.
Yes, some ot the boys have been good to me,
And fed me, und treated nm well,
While others, again, have been rude to lne,
And kicked ut me after I fell.
The former, ns true men and brothers,
I'll cherish so long as I live,
But I don'l cure a tig for the others,
Though I can forget and forgive.
And the brains that I have In my noddle
1 11 use Willi discretion and cue,
And become unto lypos a model
Ul virlue nnd temperance rare;
Aud I'll slick with due zeal to my cases,
And carefully save up my Blamps,
And I hen when 1 choose to change places
I suull not bo lound with the trumps.
And one day an office I'll purchase,
And a house, nnd some laud, and a wife
I will marry join one o' the churches,
And be happy the rest of my life.
And when a poor trump comes iu my way,
Undone by llio troubles that throu
So thickly on his rugged pathway,
lie suull not pass hungry along.
X sit? Sir, I thank you. I thought bo,
When I saw the kiud look in your eye;
You've been there yourself is it not so T
And know how it is. Well I'll try
To show you that I can be grateful
for kindness upon mc beslowed,
And if you should liud me deceitful,
J ust put mc again on the road.
From the New York Times.
The President and his Accusers.
A few days ago the Brooklyn Eagle brought
together into one article the accusations against
Clou. Grant which tho ,Sun, the llwrW, and
other papeis bitterly opposed to llio President,
are constantly repealing. Tho President's dc
fumcrs have echoed tbeir complaints so often
that at last they probably almost believe in
their justice. To prevent others falling into
the same error, we undertook to reply to the
h'aglt't article as soon as we had time to in
quire Into tho facls. We now proc-cd to do so
1 he .ajle says : "Gen. Grant went
into office poor, and is notoriously a mil
lionaire already : and he cannot have
made his million out of his official salary,
er Lis legitimate receipts in publio ser
vice." If one part of tho duty of tho
President of the United States was to
answer every question addressed to him
about his private, circumstances, aad
empty his pocket-book lo every visitor
to show how much money he had about
hi in, ihe?dignity ot the office would not
be much increased aud, perhaps, the
people would not consult their own in
terests by subjecting their chief ofliuer
to such ill-usage, lue I'rcsident consid
ers his own relf respect, and we believe
ho also considers tho wishes ot the poo
pie, and never replis to any attack made
upon him. We have uo authority to
speak for lmu but careful inquiries
have nssured us that outside ot his otn
cial salary, his income does not exceed
six thousand dollars a year. Uis prinoi
pat property is bis farm ot six or seven
hundred acres, near St. Louis, part of
winch was inherited by Mrs. Grant.
Ilia remainder was boutrbt by Gen,
Grut Iron, tbo other heirs, ou. of the
ono hundred thousand dollar given to
him by the citi,t rm of New Vork biure
he became Tron'ideM. One of the rharffes
against tho .'resident is that this St.
Louis farm was a present to him. The
rest of the on hundred thousand dollars
referred lo wna tisetj in paying oft" the
mortgage on his house in I street, Wash
ingtcin, now owned by Oen. Sherman,
ami in pin chasing ami furnishing his
house ul Long Uiaticli, which histltarg
ed with receiving as a present from Mr.
Murphy that being another of the
numberless fabrications set afloat by the
Sun about tbo President, and repeated
eagerly by journals opposed to liiin.
Xut a dollar's worth of property ha been
(iven to (Jen. Grant since he became
During the war the President naved
something out of his pay as Major-General
we are liaif ashamed to refer to
such matters, but since trie Eayle asks
for the facts, it may as well havt them
all and with th'o money so saved he
bought a pait interest in some Chicago
lots, which have appreciated in value,
but hitherto have yielded no interne,
lie ulsu bought a small amount of horse,
railroad stock, which he still owns, and
which pays a moderate dividend. Iin
was git en, while a General in the army,
a house in Philadelphia, which he rents
lor about two thousand dollars a year.
Another stateruont of the Ewjle is
that "the Sun has printe 1 repeatedly,
uncontradicted from any quarter, a list
ot twenty-five or more relatives whom
Grant has appointed lo office under him
self." We hope that the day will come
when honorable journalists will be
ashamed to assert mat anything is true
of (ion. Grant because the Sun says it
is true. The list in questiou ha been
contradicted ; it is falso ia every par
ticular ; and we will print it at the close
of this article, with comments which
prove it to be lalse. The Presidium's r 1
a.ives wl.o do f.old office were chiefly
appointed'by his predecessors ; was he
bound to turn them out when he came
into office himself ? Is it to be tho rule
of public life that when a man accepts a
responsible position he is to begin by
thrusting his kinsfolks out ox any offices
they may happen to hold, and giving up
nil tho property ho may posscbs ? Do
the people expect this ?
A third statement, is that Gen, Grant
received twenty-live thousand dollars
stock in the Seneca Stone Company, as a
gilt, and then appointed Mr. Cooke, the
President of that Company, "Territorial
Governor in Washington, "thereby en
hancing the value of the stock of Messrs.
Cooke, Grant & Co." This is a total
misrep esent itioii of a orv simple trans
action. Mioilly after the organization
of the Seneca Stove Company in 1807,
nearly a year before Gen. Grant was
nominated Pr. s den', he was invited by
Mr. II. D. Cooke aud others to take
twenty thousand dollars' worth of stock
as mi investment. He thought well of it,
and surely no ono will deny that he was
free to invest his money iu any enter
prise ho chose. He had as much right
to use his money at iiis own discretion
as any other citi.eu. He invested ten
thousand dollars iu the purchase of the
stock, and it has never paid him a cent.
He has been anxious tor a long lime lo
sell this sloek ; perhaps some of tho ac
cusers would like to buy it ? Gov.
Cooke was appointed last February
Btock bought hi 1807 : Cooke appointed
1871 and that appointment had about
as much to do wan Seneca stone as it
had with the deposits of the post-tertiary
1 lie charge that President Grant quar
rels with Sumner and is friendly with
Nye Si Co., and that he absents himself
from Washington during summer, we
have people to form their own opinions
about. '1 he accusation that somebody
very near to the Presidential person was
engaged iu tho gold gambling affairs of
I' isk and Gould, is utterly refuted bv
Jay Gould's owu evidence, as published
in the othcial report ot the investigation,
by the Forty-first Congress. The Presi
dent himself gave '.he order to sell gold
on tho infamous "Ul.tck Friday" that
order which brought llio conspiracy to
au end. The only man who ever at
tempted to drag Gen. Grant's name into
the transaction v a James Fisk, Jr.--a
notorious thief aud swindler. Is there
any respectable man or woman in this
counlrv who would sutler his or her esti
mation ot a trieivl's character to be low
ered by anything James Fisk, Jr., might
As to lli3 objections to Gen. Grant s
course on public ail'airs, we do not pro
fess to answer them now ; wo merely re
peat our owu opinion, that iu the main
his policy is a sound, wise, aud beneficial
one. A. man of purer private life than
Gen. Grant never occupied tho Presi
dential chair. Is it just is it worthy of
me rresitient s position, or ot tins great
nation that he should be called to ac
count at any moment by every disapoinl
ed office-seeker who vhooses to invent n
new slander agaiiiBt him ? Wo have re
plied o these charges because, by con
slant repetition, they might hat e imposed
upon c.edulous minds. The more thor
oughly they are sifted, the more shame
fully false aud malicious they will appear.
We believe that the majority ot the peo
ple look upon these calumnies with in
dignation. They have made thousands
ot frisuds tor the Presideut among that
quiet and thoughtful class of the com
munity which rarely busies itselt active
ly in politics, but which admires pluck
and silence in publ o men, which hates
to see injustice done, and which despises
the cowards who try to undermine a
public reputalioti by defaming private
character. Whatever rejected office-
seekers, like the calumoiators of thcA'un,
may do or say, the great majority ol the
American people are lovers of fair play 5
they deiest slanderers and liars ; and
they will Lonor G-eu. Grant all the more
because he goes on steadfastly doing
their work, in disregard ojf the . insults
and taunts of meu who hale him because
he will not yield to their demand.
We now subjoin the so called list of
"the I resident s relatives," published al
most daily by the Sun. It will still be
published, donblless, notwithstanding
the proofs giveu below of its falsity.
Hut at any ra'.e, the man who does so
publish it will stand self convicted be
fore the public as a professional and
I. Jesse Hoot Grant, President's lath
cr,post matter at Covington, Ky.
Appoiulrd to ofll;e by Johnson, re
named by Grant.
II. Hev. M. .1. Cramer. President's
brolher i. .'aw, Minister to I emu irk.
Appointed Consul to Liepsic by John
son ; trnsferred to Denmark by Grant.
I a Methodist minister, a thorough lin
guist, a most competent man, and was
III. Prevet IJilg.Gcn. F. T, Dent,
President's brollu r-in-law, one of the
militray secretaries at the Executive
Army appointment ; holds no position
of emolument at the hands of the Presi
dent. IV. Geo. W. Dent, President's brother-in-law,
Appraiser ot Customs, San
franeisco. Was strongly recommended by Cali
V. John Dent, President's brother-in-law,
exclusive Indian trader for New
Mexico under the Indian liureau ; place
worth $100,000 a year.
Was not appointed by the President;
holds no office under the Indian Bureau ;
profits of the place grossly exaggerated.
VI. Alexander Sliarpe, President's
brother-in-law, Marshal ot tho District
Jrs. Grant's brother-in-law; a first
class man and capital appointment; is a
member of the President's official house
hold, aud the duties are of such a cli.-.r-a:ter
that from time immemorial the
pace has been filled by a relative or
near friend of the Presided.
VII. James F. Casey. President's
biother-iu law, Collector of the Pori of
New Orleans, and electioneering ager.t
lor the renomination of Grant by means
ot United States soldiers and Gatling
Is not President's brother-in-law, but f
JJlrs. U ran Is ; lias proven an excellent
collector, carried out many refroms, piiu
eipa!ly in taking the control of the Cus
tomhouse out of the hands ot politician'.
VIII. James Longstreet, President's
wife's cousin, Surveyor of tho Port of
Is no rcla'ion whatever to either the
President or his wife.
IX. Silas Hudson, President's cousin,
Minister lo Guatamala.
Was strongly recommended by his
friends in Iowa ;' President has but blighl
acquaintance wilh him.
X. X. A. Pulton, President's wife's
cousin, Collector of the Port of Galves
ton. Xo relation. The President docs not
even know h'm.
XI. Orlando II. Ross, President's
cousin, Clerk in tho Third Auditor's Of
Was a gallant soldier ; President nev
er knew of his appointment until he met
Hoss on I he street, w ho told him of it,
and not on his recommendation.
XIL Mr, Addison Dent, President's
wife's third cousin, clerk in ihu Regis
ter's Office, Treasury Department Wash
ton. Kb relation whatever.
XIII. George ii. Johnson, President's
third cousin, Assessor of Internal Reve
nue, Third District of Ohio.
Ko relation, whatever.
XIV. H. L. Winan?, President's cous
in's husband, Postmaster of Newport,
No relation whatever.
XV. A. W. Casey, President's broth-
er-iu-law's brother, Appraiser of Cus
toms, .New -Orleans.
Is no relation either of the President
or Collector Uasey at Xew-Urieans.
President does not know him.
XVI. Peter Casey, President's broth
er-in-law's brother, Postmaster of Vicks
JLr . Grant's brother-in-law's brother ;
was a loyal Southerner. Not appointed
as the President's choice.
XVII. S. T. Lambert, M. D., Presi-
dent's second cousin, Receiver of the
Public Moneys in Oregon ; said to bo a
defaulter, bivt retained in office.
Xo such person 111 ofhee in Oregou
now or at any other time.
XVIII. Reader W. Clarke, President's
cousin, supervisor of Internal Keveuue
for Southern Ohio.
No reluthn ; was formerly a member
of Congress from Ohio.
XIX. C. A. Ford, President's cousin,
Assessor of Internal Revenue, St. Louis.
Is no relation whatever : is Collector
not Assessor, of Internal Revenue. Mr.
Delano says lie is a first-class officer; "if
ever there was an honest man he is one."
XX. Dr. E. II. Grant, President's
third cousin, clerk iu the Internal Reve
nue liureau, Washington.
XXI. E. C. David, President's wife's
cousin's husband ; special Agent ot the
Post-office Department in Illinois and
No relation, President does not know
XXII. Charles F. Baldwin, President's
cousin s liusb md, Slail Ageut 111 Ken
No relation ; President does not know
XXIII. John J. Graut, President's
second cousin. Assessor ot Internal Rev
enue, Twelth District of New York.
No relation ; President does not know
XXIV. Alexander Sharpe, Jr., Presi
dent's nephew, Ctd. t a An ap 1 R
Mrs. Grant's, not the President's neph
ew. XXV. Frederick Dent Grant, Presi
dent's son, Second Lieutenant Fourth
Cavalry ; gone to Europe on an illegal
leave of absenoe granted him by his
Appointed to West Point by Johnson ;
is not on leave of absence, but is on duty
on the staff of the General of the Army.
. Our readers may now see for tbem
selves the willful dishonesty with which
this list has been prepared by the Sun.
What are they to think of auy fresh
charges against the President which may
proceed trout the same quarter;
Thiers is the ablest of Frenchmen, and
one of the ablest men of the ago. Hut
he is not at all a great man. Greatness
is half a moral rpialii y, and 011 this side
M. Thiers is weakest, He has always
been an asttile statesman and 1; narrow
politician. Ilis political creed is selfish,
Iiis statesmanship has not an iota of
generous breadth to ii. It is fortunate
for the world that lis did not come into
power until France was thoroughly crip
pled, and he was old. It is only fortu
nate for Fran.'fi that he came into power
at all, in that his strong hand saved her
from worse master, the Uonnp.irtisls
and the sans culottes of the commune.
The first article of his political creed
has always been to recuro and to main
tain the ascendency of Adolpho Thiers
in France at all hazards, .The second
was to main lain the ascendency of
France, the countiy ol Adolphe Thiers,
among the nations. No statesman so
able and so heartless has risen in France
in a generation. 1 -lore the downfall ot
Napoleon, he more than any one else,
made the public sentiment that rendered
the German war possible. He stung the
government perpetually by his reproach
es. They were permitting Germany to
unit and to breome grea', and the unity
and greatnes ot Germany were fatal to
the supremacy of France. He never
blushed to declare that it was good poli
cy for France to weaken every other na
tion in order to maintain her owu con
trol of the destinii s of Europe. He re
proached Napoleon HI, lor the only
good fruit his foreign policy ever brought
forth, the unity of Italy. To the mili
tary greatness and political supremacy
of France he inhumanly proposed lo
sacrifice the unity, progress, and liberty
ot all neighb 'ling list' ions. The whole
progress of civilization, the advancement
of the human race, was to be sacrificed
to the Moloch of his national ambition.
II , chiefly, goaded the government ot
Napoleou lo the uennan war, adroitly
slipping: out of the le pon.-ibility at the
last moment. And when a peace was lo
ba made, a peace more unpopular than
tha war, he rfued all responsibility for
til it loo. By this cold-blooded maneu
vering in the hour of his country's ca
lamity this veteran Orleauist politician
has attui.ied the head of a republic
which is a republic without liberty ot
self-government. He is the destroyer of
the empire, aud yet is a sort of emperor
iu a republic.
Rut not only is M. Thiers without
conscience. His revengeiulness iu pun
ishing with the most rigorous penalties
young Communists who have scarcely
attained their majority, and men like
Rochefort, whose crimes are purely po
litical, haa proven him also without
heart. lie has almost made Napoleon's
bloody coup (T etat seem less culpable.
There is but one thing to be said in Ins
favor the Commune was worne. Per
haps tbd only other instance in history
of a nun ot literary taste and culture
proving himself a revengeful tyrant was
Dr. Francia. M. Thiers is uot quite so
bad, but who knows what he might
have been in llio seclusion of Pa:aguay ?
If France were a country one could be
certain of 111 any contingency, M.Thiers's
white locks and advanced age would be
cause for thankfulness. ' But M. Thiers
is better perhaps than M. Bonaparte or
M. Clusir.t or M. Robespierre.
Hearth and Home.
Axhcdote of EriiAx Ai.i.k.v. Ethan
Allen once passed up through ihe Hoo
sac valley and spent the Sabbath with a
friend in Williamstown, attending church
with hiln and his family. The first and
second Presidents of Williams College
weie Fqnareloed in their orthodoxy, hav
ing far more f.iilh in Divine wrath aud
jus'.iro than in His love arid mercy and
1 heir obedience to belief. On this Sab
bath the text of the worthy President
Fitch was, "And it the righteous scarce
ly be Eaved, where shall the ungodly aud
sinner rpprar 7
Firstly Re laid it down as a fa:t be
yond question that not more than otic in
one thousand would be saved.
S.'coii Uy, ihi.dly to twelihlv IIo fa'd
uot one in tiliy thousand could be saved.
Iv.han Allen took his hat and catie and
perpared lo leave. His friend said
'Don't leave now"
Seventeenlhly dropped front I he Pres
ident's lips, who said he had come to the
conclusion that of the countless millions
of men not more than cue in a hundred
thousand would be saved.
The old soldier had bee a growing un
easy under this rapidly sliding scale, iu
which the blanks so muliiplied aud tl e
prizes faded from view. He grasped his
hat and cane, when his friend said lo
him, "Don't go out. lie will be through
shoitlv. lie snow up lo sevenleenlhly.
"Oh, no m .Utcr." said Ethan Allen, "any
ot you are welcome to my chance, if it's
as slim as he tells of!" and left the
c li u rch . Pittujield Sun.
A good story is told of an engineer
who runs a locura itivo on the Western
Division of tho Erie railway. The road
runs through an Indian Reservation iu
Caiiaraiivus county, and the natives are
otten seen at the station through this
section. One day a squaw, holding a
papoose in her arms, was Btanding t n
the depot steps at Salamanca, as the en
gineer was drawing the train up to.lhe
station, observing her, he called cut
"Hallo, have vou got a little Injun
there ?" "No,'4 said she, "it's half Injun
and half injuncer J". .
A lady well known in Washington as
a lobbyist always accosts a stranger wi.h
'"I think I have seen you. somewhere,"
which often leads to a clue tor her f n 1
iug out the history ol the party. One
evening she played off her usual game
ou a gentleman that understood ber
character, and who replied, "Most likely,
madaiue, for I someliit.es go there."
Conceit is said to be a good capital to
start iu life with even better than
money. ' In that case the old Scotchman
was right wheu he prayed : "Lord scod,
us a' a gude conceit ot ourscl's,"
A Fnno of 70acrt's In Plymnth township. I miles from
A.litahalat 15 arrs-tlmt er, 10 arres on-hard flue srsft.
ed fruli, acre Vluevard, whole firm wat.-ri'd hi ttvtuuj
M.rln.;.. Oood building, and ever Ihlnu in irood enter.
A small farm of S arrvs West of llnrW an Ijika
Shore iloacl ; Koori fruit and and fair Itullillua's. A verj
leslrnlils place for any one v ho wants a small bit uf
land and siiuk home, I'riue tmt).
A II lu-esiid Lot on Prnspcl SI. Brltk house 1m III In
(rood style. Inrir, lot. vriMythlnir convnl-iit and lastjt.
A VTy riYslratil place for suyoiie wishing o, liifertbasu a
la.Muhihio ri-'idciK-e. Trriiis ea.sy.
A iiiimtwr of rvant btill!lnj;liits lu Villein, deslrabl
In ati l, at losrprlcts.
A house and lot In the F,i"t Villain : lot 1 acre, 8 roda
front ami x deep ; story and a half houuaud wIiik all
fliil-liH irnod erllr anil Mshld. ilstcrn well frulti'd aud
UY?)thini( essential to make It a good home.' f I30U,
A hone and lot on C'he.fnnt stn-el. sere of land l
wil Imiiwi. (rood well, nirtliurn liuu-e, l'ritp 70U and
a art-al bainin.
A Woolen Mill of four-torlc". ai d B'f acres ,f land l
tni'ctiicr w Ith a In font nee wsii r puv. r : slluati'd in
I'jyinoutb. 1 Ids propi-fty hss lain lute for a lorijr lim",
but i now In tin- insiki t. ( oulil he usi-d for grl.t mill.
pnpr mill, rliulr furlory. Inmli if fn( tory, or any other
purpose (,'.iriij : only a lior: dlftam-e from Asiitsbnla
villas. Trice, '., on easy terms ; a (food bar"iii
for come eneructlt puraou.
A farm af TOaen-s on the P'ank Itoad. 10 seres 1 1 m,
h"r-d. Oood Or' I'.srd. soil hla' k loom. L'ood bnlldinirs.
The owner of this fnoo rli-sin-s lu sell on acrount of
poor health, and will sill nt a barn!!), t erms easy.
A Farm of T! Acres on the South Ridire. about M
miles from Ashiaiiula. flood huildlmrs, all kinds of
fruit, sanilv soil. And a. irood hind a. there Is in the
county. Owner wants to go West and will sell cheap.
Tei nis cany.
Two Farms on the Lake Shore Rood, East Of Harbor.
For sale or exchange.
A llonse and Lot on Centre St.. V acre land, new
bou'u and d .-sirably located. IViru low and terms easy.
For terms and particulars rerdlnir sny of the ahovej
property, tall on tlx-AH HALL. Keal 'Kstnte Agent,
A-liiabula, Ohio. Ofilce over Sherman Si Hull's Law
H. FASSETT & SON,
(YTILL give prompt addition to the
sai.j. purchase, and rental of Ite.nl E-talc, lo Fire
and Life Iri-ursnee in first clas Com panics. .Nevotistiiitf
Loans. Wr'iiur and Ai-know leaving Deeds. MortL'SL-es,
Contracts. V l is. c.
Ashubula. O.. Dec. 7th, 1871.
inn ACRE DAIRT FARM, on Turnpike, Anstlnhnrp,
near Village. G'xid btiildiuirs. ii) be sold on Ions;
eredit if desired. Cnquiru ut this oftlou or of A, V ,
bailey on premises.
HOUSE AND LOT of 8 v. res near AsiitabubCVIIIage.
with an out lot of 14 acres, part timber halt a mile Iroin,
it. A rare chance for a bomeetead. Kmiuire at this of
fice or Harvey Parrish ou pnniics.
noUSE and LOT on Tamp St.. with good Cam.
Buildings nearly new. Price very low.
HOUSE aim LOT on Prospect St.. with oood Barn
and choice r'ruil, lari;u Lot, aud.very dusiiable. Term
DUI.UTII CITY J.ors.-Screral desliubl Lots la
Duluth can be had at a baruaiu.
MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN LANDS.-1H0 Acrea
Isuri near Saginaw Cilv slid f w acres iu llichland Co.,
Wisconsin. Will be sold or ejechurged for lota in Ash
BUILDING LOTS. In different parts of tha Village
for sale ou easy terms,
THE NETTLETON FARM, the Premium Farm of
the County, pleasaatly situated, only 1; miles from
Ashubula Village : contains 250 acres, with good build
ings, choice Iran and never falling pru s of pure wa
ter. Terms very reasonable. Knquire of Jdr. etlletua
on the premises or ftt this uency.
GOOD HOUSE & LOT. next South of Presbyterian
Chapel, on Park St., in Ashtabula Villuee. A very de
sirable locution as it is near the business centre.
HOUSE A OiOD LOT. on North Side of Prospect
St., short distance West of station St., also joining same
noVSE A LOT. with (rood lmrn, both of wblsli wUl
be sold on very reusoLable terms.
NEW HOUSE and Pleasant Lot on Kim St. : ran ba
had for the moderate price of $'.,000, with vary favora
ble terms of payment.
FARM HOUSE w ith new btilldlnjs, f miles from this
Village ou Plank Itoad. w ith li acres of good land, plen
ty of iro-Hi water SLd fruit would make a comfortable
ACRES OK LAND adjoining the Vack or same.
Tliisland will be sold separate from or incouneviioa
with above named Ilo-.ise and 12 Acres.
HOUSE i TWO LOTS, ou Humphrey St. Oood new
buildiiiL's. ouly a short wslk from Village. Will be sold
Ileal Estate For Sale.
FARM of 100 acres of excelleut
Land, shunted on Plymouth Ridge, 8 miles
from litalu!a Villain; wei'l watered, excellent fruit
nn liard in I tarlng. t.ond bullcii und lery desirable
property, l-'oi rale chcuu.
AUoa fine Farm of V acres 3 miles East from Ashta
blil.t Village on North lili.'e. Ho. l. IU acres wood laud,
U acres vineyard and 4 of orcharding. 8 houses and i
barn., all i:i good repair. Very cueap.
Alro. a wood lot of si ncris near the R. R. In Plym
outh. 1U acres cut ovt-r ; balui.ee Leaviiy wooded.
A small farm of 2.1 acres. All tillable land, w Ith good
buildings and abundance of fruit of all kinds ; situated
ou South KidLte, miles west from Ashtabula
A Midline shop on Muln Street, Ashtabula; engine,
boiler and a ocd assortment of tools.
'A uiai.Ftijf.cirt estuie on the North Pidge ahont 4
miles W est from Ashtabula Vlilsge. 35 acres of tha
the best land, a huie ai:d rouTcitieut House, nearly
new. a tine bsru and out buildir.L's also new. All kinds
of fruit, shrubbery and t vervihir.g desirable for a coun
try resldeuce. Tlii estate is otfi.red at a lreal sacrifice
oti account of the failiiy liculih aud the brokeu up condi
tion of tile owner's fatuity.
A Lot of K1,' oeres. oue fifth of which is woodland,
about one Lan : mile from Aebtubula Village, mar tha
Two Fine Residences and Lots of acre each on
Chestnut St., and also two ou Camp St. ftarua. Fruit,
good Water aud everything convenient to each.
Also, a very desirable property on North Ridge Road
near the old Fair Urouud. consisting or a house nearly
uew Burn, 1 acre of excellent laud well slocked wiU)
A desirable residence ou Centre St.
Also, a House and Lot ou Park ail., directly lo tha
centre of the Village.
A Beautiful Country Seat and 10 acres of excellent gar
den hind with orchard ar -1 Vineyunl and luauy varlc
ties of small fruits. Alxint 1 S miles West from Ashta
bula V illume on the North Ridge Road.
A splendid Garden of nearly three acrea under blih
ciillivuton slid lull of the choicest fruits, together with
a House, Baru and other appertlncnees, lo be sold very
cheap. Situated a little S. W. of the Horouith liiuila ou
the Round Head Road, know n as the Bliss properly.
A Pleasant Residence and Lot on corner of Vine and
Prospect Si reels. Fine liardeu aud ahuudauce of Fruit.
An excellent Stock Farm on the old Tnrnplke, V
miles rsoui Alilbula containing-!! acrea of Sua laud
for graziiigand tillage; excelleut Wood lot. Buildings
ample and good. .
Also, tiie Tiiouiaa Booth farm oa tha Lake Shore.
A valauble form on North Ridge Road, IV miles Kast
ofAsbiabula Villas. Lsj acres, good buildings and con
veniently arrauged; also, house and acre of land ia
Also, another farm In Sheffield. 1M acres, 40 sere
woodland. Known as the L. W. Baker faun.
Small Kanus or I'asiure lauds cheap iu Plymouth, and
near Ashtabula Village.
Many oilier farms iu different localitlea, and six to
A cheap and very desirable property near th West
Park iu Ashtabula Village: also, a Hons aud Lot
on Prosper! Street near above Park. Tha Turner Lot',
on Centre Street. Bc.ides. House and Lola ta all r.nt
f Uia Village. Westeru Lauds and city Lota l j,
Ashtabula. O.. Dec tlst.ixjl
ATOTICE t hereby given' i TtWAn--
SsVT? . ln t8 II "f Ohio, oil Monday; tha 1st'
i "(jHiTy noxt,i eleven orcluok I. ., toibeaai.4
thsra alect Dirwior of ,aiit fAiinpany for tha aasuiiol
yearf aud. for tha Uanaaetlou of other buelosa. r
S. C. SMITH, Pralf.
Iay TaSSETT, Sow star y. 1 ' Sitt