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Fernando wood announces himself a
civndidato for Congress in the 9th N. Y. district. MARRIED. Tn Imax, on the mh nit., by M. . Jewctt, Kan., Mr. Flflney A. Jones, of Parkman, Geauga County, Ohio, to Miss Maoy Ann Burt, of Horn. Tn Cherry Valley, on the 1Mb. nit., hy Tter. R. If. ITud Wt, Mr. Orvill Phelpa, of Chery Valley, to Mini Flora Sweet, of the same ploce. tn Oeneva, on the Kith nlt.j by Rev. A. t,. Barber, Mr. Arthur A.Oaylord, to Mist Phyann 0. Wilder, both of Geneva, tn Saybronk, on the 1 Jth nit., hyRer. J. Wrlgloswnrth, Mr. Ocorg A. Wmalow, of Uartegrev, to Miss Julia B. Hubbard, of Saybrook. In Morgan, on the Pith nit., by Hot. If. I). Cn1e, Mr. Wallace W. Winnie, of Trumbull, to M1h Emmie U,nlck, of Morgan. tn Morgan, at the M. K. Church, Bent SMh, by Her. Tt. o. Cole, Mr. Albert O. Champion, to Mia Uenrglauna H., ' daughter of Oeorge W. Lewura, both of Morgan. In Icfforson.Bt the American House, on the Bth nit., tiy Iter, R. C Farley, Mr. ltcubcn Hponlcr, of Vernon, Ohio, to Miss Jan McMichael, of Willlamsnold, Ohio. In Home, on the Md nit , by Her. H. T. Cole, Mr. I.yn dns Tinker, to Miss Abigail Allen, all of the above place. At the residence of the bride's father, Pent. ?7th, by Rv.E.D. Tavlor, Mr. Abba B. Martin, of Wihsor, to Mlaa Asella WsterB, of Mlddlelleld. In rinrperslleld. on the Hh nit., by Edward Woodruff, it., ii., Mr. Henry a. i nuson, 01 JTumuiui, to i Miss Claris- a Bronsan, of Morgan. In Madison, Sept. nth, by Rev. S. Robinson, Mr. ITonry C. Hood, to Mlfa Arialaide K. Andrews, both of Jefferson - to Cold Water, Michigan, Sept 33d. by Rev. Mr. Tav- lor, nr. i'. v. manicy, 1). Wright of that pla. of Aahtabala, Ohio, to Mlaa Olive DIED. Annmincment freo ; Commendatory Notices, half rate. In Jefferson, October 8tl, Znrvlah, wife of Ilczeklah Beager, aged 84 yonra. SPECIAL NOTICES. EllltOItS OP YOUTH. A Gentleman who suf fered for year from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, -and all the- effect of youthful Indiscretion, will, for the ' rake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need It, the recite and directions for making tlio etmple remedy by which he waa cured. Sufferers winning to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing JOIIN. B. OGDEN, G8S-ly No. IS Chambera St., New York. STRANGE, BUT THtE.-Kvery young lady and gentleman In the t'nltrd States can hear something Very much to their advantago by return mall, (free ef charge,) by addressing the undersigned. Those having fears of being humbugged will oblige by not noticing this card. All others will please address their obedient aer Tant, T1IOS. F. CHAPMAN, fflo-yt . ' Kit Broadway, Now York. - All HFFKCTBAL W'OHJI ITIRDICINEm. ubown's vnniniFroB comfits, or . pnM I.OIENGU. Much sickness, undoubted ly, with children and adults, attributed fo other cause; la occajmed by worms. . The " Vxrmttuui Comhts," although etiv toal In destroying worm a, can do no possi ble Injury to the most delicate child. This valuable oom , ' Wnatton has been successfully Bled by physicians,' and ' b and to be Sara and aura tn eradicating worms, so hurt. All to children. CHILDREN UAVTNO VT0RM3 require Immediate at, . tuition, as neglect of the trouble often cause prolonged !-: eictnasfc. . SYMPTOMS OF WORMS TN CHILDREN are often Overlooked. Worms In the stomach and bowels cause Ir ritation which can be removed only by the nse of a surd remedy. The combination of Ingredients need In making Bbowh's Ykrjciteok ConriTs," is such as to give the best possible effect with safety. CURTIS A BROWN, Proprietors, Now York. Sold by all Dealers In Medicines at 25 eta. a box. StiS-ly """DON'T BK POOLIMI !-You can make Six Dollars from Fifty Cents. Call and examine an invention urgently needed by everybody. Or a sample sent free by mall for GO cent, that retails easily for (0, by R. L. WOL UOTT, 170 Chatham Square, New York. ylam-827-JOx BLACK AS A CHOW, few year since, was many a splendid head that la now grey or grizzled. Why Dot restore to the yet unwrkikled brow Ita raven honors f Five minute effects the splendid transformation. In loaa time than a rifleman wonld take to Load and Fire three times, the greyest head may be made darker than theJfonm' Winy. No matter of, what undesirable tint the hair or whiskers or beard may be, the change to a su perb and perfectly natural black or brown la accom pli shed by one application of Crlatadoro'a Hair Dye, without atUnlng the akin or Injuring the filaments. Man ufactured by J. CIUSTADORO, 6 Astor Hunse, New . York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Drea ter. 8B9 TO CONSUMPTIVES.-The advertiser, having been restored to health In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for several years with a se vere lung affection, and that dread disease. Consump tion Is anxious to make known to his fellow-snffers the means of cure. To all who doslrelt, he will send a copy' of the pre scription Used (free of charge) with the directions for sing the same, which they will find aauna curk for Consuxftion, Aaron A, Bronchitis, Couohs, Colds, . and all Throat and Lung Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which he conceives to be Invaluable, and he hnpea every sufferer will try his remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. , Partiea wishing , the prescription, ran, by return mail, will please address Ukv. EDWARD A. WTLBON, BBSyl VilllaniBburgh, Kings Co., New York. THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF AN IN VALID. Published forthe benefit and aa CAUTION TO YOTJNQ MEN and othors, who Buffer : from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood, Ac, supplying at the same time Tna Mains or Selt Cuni, By one who has cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery." By enclosing a post-paid ad dressed envelope, single copies, free of charge, may be had of the author. NATHANIEL MA YF AIR, Esq., 8T0-ca Brooklyn, Kings Co., T.Y. BLADES' ECPHONIAL LUBRICATORS -The People's Mbst Sure and Effectual. Remedy for . Cougha, Colds, Croup, Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Diph theria, aud all Pulmonary Disease, The Lubricator Is a merflclnal preparation In the form of a Loung, Which of all Inode is the most pleasant and convenient. . They contain no deleterious Ingredient, and are Warran ted tabs alwaya aafe even for the weakest and most sen ' sltlve stomach. In Croup they give immediau retitf. Tor Coughs and Colds they are invaluable. , For Catarrh, Atthma and Bronchitis they have no equal In tha market, (vide Certificates accompanying each box.) , Diptheria, that dreaded and desolating disease, they con krol wonderfully and almost Immediately. ' y No Public Speaker, Singer or Teacher, should be with out them, as they remove hoarseness and strengthen and leer the voice. - ::. ' tarAlway nse them in time, and If the symptoms are vera nse very freely. 1, II. BLADES A (O., Prop's, Elinlra, N. Y. BTBOrtG A ARMSTRONG, Wholeeale Agents, Cleveland, Ohio. ' for sale by fl. A. HENDRY. Ashtabula. Ohio. 8TO-y MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,-An Essay . Of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Also, Dis ' eases and Abuse which prostrate the vital powers, with ante means of relief. Sent free of charge In sealed letter envelope. Address, Da. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, 86-y Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. ESPECIALLY TO THE SICK. ' DR. E. JOLLIE MATTOCKS, LATE of New York. For thirty years Dr. Mattocks haa -. devoted his whole attention to the cure of chronic dis eases of every name and nature, and has effected remurk aUilecure In lingering diseases. True medical science is Ttur foundation ; oar practice differs Xroiu all others ; we know the disease aud also the remedy. No experimen ting, no deception, no humbug. Do not give poison. aise entirely vegetable medicines, good to take, act mild with nature, w egme candid opinion, and enett per manent cures. We ask a trial before abandoning hopes. Hundreds have been cured aftergiven up todie. No mat ter what your disease Is ; examine fur yourselves ; will ost nothing, tot consultation is free. . . . , "it. E. JfA.I.IE MATTOCKS can be consulted at his 'uUowi fcr tUB J l! ou W every eight "1 June Ang. bet: Dee, t T , i M ' it it in m n -to' au m m 80 1 M M Sept i ir :m " iv, ... warn, PV, A.'MarUn'f HoM. Mondaya.... t- ; . :9 kaouL. oririionyii'xi,:! Artubojiot,F'lskaoWe iA!!:.'Aui!Lv..,,.- PaUieavOU, O, Pannly lloiuiaVFrt Smittene,' 0'vdnnV'i6i Aond iL bi-v TIIE StJliSCRIBEU WOTJli ItE. SPKOTFULLY announce t tho cltiSi AsbU bula and aurrouuding country JLas he luW opCaed a ne . . BAKERY AND RKSTAUHAJJf; opposite the realdenae of Collertor Psssett Mala It. when h will keep eonstautJy on haul, .. '. , . BREAD, CAKES, RUSKS, PIK8, Ac., o.' ' ', Ha will also keep a good assortment of '"' ' j CONFKCTIONKUy.- . ! 1 tlT H also has an ICS CRKAM PARLOR for tha ac rommodatiua of Ladle and GeuUoiuea, wai a will fiunisk Uteia with . , . ICECREAM AND RUMMER BKYKRAGES; I Partiea furalshad I ca -Cream and nkea at raa. pnabl rale. J, U. BtNCLAlH. AUuXO.,iu6-Hl MS WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. By J am eta Fleed., . Two Dollar a Ttmr Invariably In Aane. Local & Miscellaneous. fW Moulding Frames win b Sold for M djn it AL BERT'S Oallery, at cost. A word to ths wis Is uffl clent, Ac, Ae. t t . 7t Tba ngagemenU of the paat week hive been mor Impcrlont hnd fjresnln than 1j for year past, and beal'Ju this, we hare from aickne aod other causey been eortalled ot two kands of ear working force. la eonkrqueoce oTlbts we are day behind iq the time of going to to prow, Dd the Telegraph ! withoot tariety or any olber qualification, exeept. perhaps, upon the Judgeship quest foff, to commend It to the approval of of either oorself or oar reader. Aa we are only mortal In mental and physical powera, we can't octroi these Tlsitatlons of fortune. "' '' '' Mirn Wright & Uro. wilt baro nn opening at their Store on Tuesday next, Oet. 91U. Hie SenUntl. has often declared that many tK the law yers have given up tholr opposition to Jude Chaffee be cause of nil having obtained the nomination. It has of ten been asked to nam one or two of the many, but has not done so. The fact Is tliat there are no respectable ones that have dne so; that game wont win, Mr. Stntntt. Bragging In that way Is like whistling to keep tue.cour agcup. Turnout YotertncSt Tuesday t Lend a hand to swell the great Union nnjority In tho Slate and elect an up right Jvdgt. . Beware otRorebackt on the Judge qvtrtfon I Bhic writing the aliove,Jt llttlo Clrculnr o l.-d tlio Ocanira Democrat Extra ho come Into townfay way of BIIK'hrp nsn which bears unmistakable evidence of be luga Roreback a lame and false attempt to clear up Jndgo Chaffee'a character In thcQodley case. Beware of all such on the eri of MecHotit Oivono heedlotliem. Still Later! A rntnesvillo Telegraph Extra, received af ter getting t6 press on Friday evening, printed after the appearance of the Geauga Democrat Extra, allows that a!l the statements contained therein, Including fjhe nrllclo of -Judgo CUaflue, are fulse and fuundationlcsa. This proves what we have all along seen and believed, that there is nothing too unfair and base fur the friends of Judge Chaffee to resort to," If thereby they can secure success, and shows lu a still sir nger tlio an worthiness of .the man who Is willing to avail himself of such disreputable means to obtain an object. - - . .. . . la the article "Our-owp Case" the Editor of the Senlintt aiys," "llift advocates of Judge Hitubcock's election most bare supposed the Editor of thia paper ninst have had the dispo a il of all the-votes cast Tor Mr, Chaffee.' You do not tbisk that is supposing too much, do you Mr. Editor? If you do, we feel like en couraging you oo your flattering prospects of having at some time, lu the futore, a reputation for modesty. ' We as an advocate of Judge Hitchcocks election, certainly supposed that you did ceneidrr that you had the disposal of enongh votes to elect Judge Chuffee. We supposes! so beeaose of your reiterated asser tiuna that nine ti nibs of the votes would be for Chaffee, and that the voters were going to to see to it, that the lawyers were pot down; and also from the further fud that you were dealing out only such doiea of readiug matter as you thought the people could safely ttke, and this as though. In your superior judgment, the voters had not sufficient intelligence r to judge for themselves. Ton did this with such coolbess aod assurance, that it could not but carry conviction to the mind, that you had oo idea bat that you had the right, aod waa in the very act of doing a kindness to these unfortu nate voters, among w!iona you bad so fortu nately been sent as their political parent aod teacher. What could they do without youT Aa you say. where would Mr. Unsign bave been without your aid, in bia coolest with Mr. Kellogg for tha clerkship? How condescend ing in yoe to say to the voters iu this county that they could not stand the address of the elceutlve committee to them, that th?y were too feeble in intellect and understanding. How will they survive if yon ret ire from your dictatorship and allow the people to think for themselves and vote lor the man they consid er the best fitted for the position. Judge Chaffee saya, that "Old Mr. Paige and his wife, the father and motlier-iii-law of the defendant, (Godley) in Court requested that the defendant should not be sent to the Penitentia ry, but be fully punished in the county jail. Mr. Paige aaya over bis own signature, as fol lows: ' "' ." I never, on the trial, stated that I would bo satisfied to have him punished by imprisonment in the Jail only; but I then thought, and do yet, that he should have been sent to the Peni tentiary for the offense. I Was not present (neither waa my wife) in the Court when God ley withdrew his plea of not guilty of grand larceny and plead guilty of petit lurceuy. I knew nothing of it at the time ; never heard of it until after It was done." Judge Chaffee says i ,. " As his, Oodtoy's wifo, was Palgo and wife's only child, and she had two small children, and she and one of her children thon were sick." Mr. Paige says i i " That at the time of the trial, conviction and sentence, his wife nor children, or either of them were sick." . Judge C. sftys: ' " " I then sentenced the defendant to the ex tent of the law aa punished for Petit larceny. t t . t- The sentence was thirty days (I thinkJ on bread and water in the dungeon of the jail, fine $ 1 50 and cost, which was (were) nearly as much nioro." The certified record of Lake County Court of Common Pleas signed by Judge Cluiffoc jour nal G, Page 20 says: " And it is the sentence of the Court that the defendant. William M Oivll i. in.ns i . ..njf mo iiiqnuuucu in the lad of this county for the period of twenty daya, from aud including the present day, and lea on Dread and water only, and pay a flne of fifty dollara and costs of this prosecution, for which Judgment Is rendered, The reeords of the Court show that the coats were only $43,70 . Messbs. PitBca amd IIaia, at their New Store in Clarendon Block, are now opening a full and complete Stock of Fall and Winter Goods. Comprising everything desirable In the way of Clothing, llata, Caps, and gentlemen's furnish ing goods! All who are contemplating pur chaaea In their line, would do well to give them call,;, .They .are young men fit enterprise and strict integrity, and well deserving of support and patronage.' i ' ' I 1 71 fS,, "Whereas It has pleased the Almighty In his Inlnita wisdom to remove from among us one of our esteemed nieuibers, brut her Jame GiLauaa, therefore be U - itasoiiMalo'lliatwhlUw deeply lamoBtthia sad amis. Hon, aud lunaru Um loaa of our deceased brotkes. yet we mwk suualaaloa to the will of ."Jitut who doeth KewtvedVhmi n his deathW are 'deprived of a re. meted nuaubes, noele awl true friend, aad a worthy aud honored associau in every good Work. n . , AWtfi-That we deeply sympathise with the relative and frieuds of Uie aixmUci iu this I heir sad burcavment, and commend them to seek consolation from Uiia who hath bereft them. ATasnhvuf That th emblems of oar order be draped In !?T?U! thirty days, and Uiea proceeding be pub lished in the village paper, and a copy attested by the seal ofUie Loug sent to th surviving children of the dsoeaa- nl??!!t??7'rh oar hnks sr doe to those brethrea of Sif who kl,,ay le, tbe1' hines aud bosi SSIJJrf" 'Per'orinlns th last aad rile to the r Bialnsofoar brother. . II. L. Mohrisom, . ' H. C. Tonans, To tjie Members of Western Bflaerve Lodge, 6 No. 69, L 0. 0. F. Ashtabula, Ohiot It pleased Ood to remove from ns by death, our dearly beloved Father, tba Her. issnm On.wona, wb died la the rlty of Kris, Pa. nn the 7th of Kept. 1HSM, and who remains were brought bnr and barled oa tb SMB. We wish to acknowledge with deepest gratitude the service yoo. rendered as b mwtlnf as at tha Depot and taking from na the trouble snd care of seeing to the re mains of our departed Father, and kindly attending to their burial, w shall ever remember this art of gener ous kindness on the part of the brothers of your Ltirifre ; also, those of UieUenova Lodge, who rendered yoa their aasistance. We sincerely Wish for the order, of which your lodge is so worthy a branch, a eontlnnal prosperity. May yoa rontlnas to assist In dueatin ths orphan, relieving the distressed and burying the deed, whlrh we believe are among the many noble motto of your bonevelent Insti tution. With renewed thinks, w will continue your friends, and ths friends of the order. L. W. "stint, A. P. Oii.a-oa. , M. A. Smith, . K. H. BaiTi. Abtantta, Ot. 1st, I sis). pTsrrrTic Pkrsoms would vovaacTmaDofthls dread ful disease, and all others arising from the ase of oonrmon Baleratna f Alsa, bare light and bealtby Bread and Bit. enitt Do not fall to procure a paper of flerrlck Allen's Oold Medal Saloratns, after which yoo will never ase any other. It la the best in the world Try It Call on yoar Grocer for It. At wholesale by all Dealers. Kkw Oootm t Nw Goon I Messrs Morrison Tick no r, George Wlllard, tlerrlek aV Bro., Mrs. Merrtam, Miss Wright a Brother, M . G. Dick, . W. Haskell a Co., Ty lcr 4 Carlisle, are all laying In new goods and all wish to bo considered candidates for public favor. Purchaser will not b at a loss for moans of supplying their wants. Biu-iano Saloon The subscribers hav opened a Bil liard Buloon under the Clarendon Tlonse and made It one of the best and most genteel establishments of the kind In town.' Their tables are nneqnnlud, and propriety and order are the characteristic of th establishment, ' 1 :: ' 'MoodtA RienaoKn tWTiiK nxi lady, Ann Tna ooon nous ami-En, will find the J. Monroe Taylor Gold Modal Poap, one of the most useful aud beneficial articles nsnd lu the household. It is an article tliat beanttflc everything It comes In con tact with, and, In Jnstlce to the manufacturer, we take pleasure lu saying, that wehavo never. In aslnjls In stance, found him to depart from all bo promised the public, when first Introducing his valuable and Indispen sable Soap. f If Asmodeus should nnraof all the houses In New York, as the story saya he unroofed those of Madrid, In the dressing-rooms of nine-tenths of the beau monde would bo seen Phalon's " Night Blooming Cereus." Sold everywhere. 871-lt t t7" Oval Rosewood Frames all fitted, only 75 cent each. ' All other kinds of Frames at equally low prices. Also Picture lass, Cord, Tassela, &c., Jfcc, at A. AL- urcirrs. ' eia XiSm Daguerrotypes, Ambrotypea, and all kinds of Sun Pictures, copied and enlarged to any size, and painted In Oil, Water Colors and India lult, at A. ALBKBT'S Gal lory. . .. 868 t fT Rosewood Oral Frames, all fitted, only 75 cents. All kinds of Ticturcs framed at New York prices. Also) a lot of picture for framing, and card pictures, to be sold rcnrdlees of price at A. ALBERT'S Gallery., i . 8TT PSTIANO AND MELODEOS INSTRUCTION BOOKS Musical Curicnlnm, Richardson' New Method, Bcrtlul's New Method, Johnson's thorough Bass, ti, at GEO. IIALL'9 Depot, Park stroot, AshUbula. Having recently made a "llnodred Purchase" of lho popular works, from the publishers, we are prepared to furnish Dealers, Teachers, at the lowest rates of dis count, arm geo. hall. 1ST THE MASON HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS, Forty different styles, adapted to sacred aud secular music, for $H0 to JK each. FIFTY-ONE OOLD or SIL VER MEDALS, or other first premiums awarded them. Illustrated Catalogues freo. Address, MASON & HAM LIN, BOSTON, or MASON BROTHERS, NEW YORK. : sltl-y tV A Nbw PATTanN of those Cklkbiiatsd Patent Frlit Jars, glazed with flint glass, rendering them im penetrable by any acid, Just received at Hicmtic a. & Ban's. This Jar proves to be, in all respects the most perfect, aa well aa economical fruit preserver. DIlY GOODSt CHEAP POII CASH At SMITII & GILKEY'S, rpiIEIR FALL STOCK IS IMMENSE -L and adapted to meet the wants of tho Trod, Buyers will please examine STOCK AND PRICES. 1(M Wool Blankets. $7. Heavy Dorn. Flannels, Heavy Shaker do Iloavv 6-4 all Wool Flannul. All Finer aud Light Unulo Flannels, BLEACHED COTTONS. Anbnrnselle, Bay Mills, , ' New York Mills, Chapman, Mystic Lake and Allandalelu-4, Pillow Case B-a. PRINTS. - Cochoco t 2 ' ' Parlfle, ' ' Bi,rmii, . . Amerlean, French, .English ltoblUlt,eto, 10 Pieces French MerihOs; All Color. " Empress, Clothe Gold Brows A Gomet. .' 64 Black Qdeen's Cloths Black Alpaccas Very Cheap. ' ' ' Table Linens. - Brewn aud Bleacbed Damasks, IIocEih . Napkina, D'Oylie's. Irish Linens, Bosoms. Son Cambrics, Long Cloth, Lonsdale Cambric. Percale Skirting. ' Ladle' Cambric Handkerchief Hemstitched, Tuck' ed. Plain and Embroidered Lace in Mattes, Cluny and Glnpare, Thread Edging and Inserting. Cainb and Swiss Edging and Insertlngs, Hand wrought. Hamburg Edgtaga and Flouncing, ' II OOP SKIRTS. DOWN'S & JJASsBTT, , Birmingham, Connecticut The neat Skirt In the market. THE LADIES ALL LIKE TIIEKi All Biae from 8 to SO Springs, Corsets, Corsets, Corset, Corsets Balmoral Skirts, . Carpets and Oil Cloth, HASSOCKS DtRGOETTS, Ac, ., c. WINDOW SHADES ' ' '' ' ' I - . it ; , In Muslin, Paper and Holland. Flltorot ... -1 I , j . I i , - . -,: ) tie- l- ... s ,i- ' and TatsMHis, EEPnYR WORSTEDd . "' i.; ' .... t, , "WOKSTKD OOODB . ; BHKTTtAND AND" BAKER t A H N 6, c . ', ,;L ' ... "' , j i 1 MIDDLESEX CLOAK3NGS, - All Color. . To the above we respectfully inwtte the attention Of the public. miTu v eii.KBr AituWa, BapUfflW tn, le&dj rtt Rer Cbaunccr Moore Williams has been consecrate Bishop for Chins and Japan for the Episcopal Church, The Grand Trunk Railway hut tnade an experiment of tisinj pete for fuel and haa been successful In tho Marrlnnd Circuit Court. Jndze Alexander decided that Cofigreaa had no right to declare government tiot-s ft legal tender. The case troca to the Court of Appeals. A considerable Htniffation haa beer! Ife aled in mechanic circlet by the dincovery that sheet iron will serve for belting in place of rubber or leather. '. f HAtKELL't COLUMN. SEE HER E i D. W. HASKFLL tO. ARU OPENINQ The largest and moat entnplute Stock of DRY GOODS, ' !'-: OBOOEBIEI '' i j . .'. t 't. . ' 'j ... . . 'ti.'. ',- n t-.n , , . MVJTTi -Jn i . ) J.Jr, r.'; . OROKEliY Sror bronghl Id Ashtabula Obuurjs. rP II K RELIABLE REPUTATION -A- of our House for Fair Dealing and Low Prices w mean shsll be increased, and an examination of our pre sent Stock will convince th most Skeptical that w deserve It alL WE DEFY COMPETITION. 1'ARTIQVLAltS SO OX n S X B H DM R T 11 U fiAOE, Ctarner Main and Spring Itreeta. ASHTABULA, OHIO, Boptcthbof JOth, la'A ' HOSIERY AKD GLOVES. Of Every Description for Bale by , Ashtabolai October Sd, lSofti GEOi WILLAED. FUNNELS, &c, &o. A Largs Lot of SsdJValt Blaslnd Grey FLANNELS I ' m-.J . .PKIU cVOTHI Of ALl C0LOIU, rrfca wmra ROSE BLANKETS roa sau at GEO: WlLLABD. 14 AshUbula, October , ISnS. NEW FURNITURE STORE 1 TUST OPENED HY PfiRRIGO & ' Cllll.nS. who most mnectnillv annonnre tn ths Mn. f Ashtabula and surmnndlnf evuutry, tliat they hav avw n iiMiiu a enmee to I 01 FURNITURE, ronslstinjf ot all kinds of Wood, Osne-Reat, and Sofa Bottom Chairs, Mahot-any, Ash and Walnut Hnreaiis. fmn, im- , rnier-1 antes ana an aiitos 01 nroaamsi ano :vtenslon Tahh-a, Bedsteads, and Mattresses, rpet, himask and Knama.1 lmnirea, Al"fl, What-Nota, Brack ets and Hatmcks, AN of which will be sold at tke lowest plies possible. If Please call anel isHm kw tun,ra nr. chasing rlswkrn , , W" Ultt and Knsewood Frames mad (o order In eon aeetlon with th above. IW All klhdsofOrdoredWorksnd Repairing don by Superior Workmen. 1'K.ltUKx) it clllUm, . . . . , . . . ircndon Block, Main Street. Ashtabula, Aug SO, lBO, , g-j WINE AND BRANDY. Ttit subscriber has on hand for Rale, at a verv iuvW. flmre. about ) mllona of (J raits Wintfof laat nui m. age, and SUU gallons of '' PALti nit And i : ! Made front grapes also, and of tho finest and bwt qnallty. Dealera are assured that It will lo fttund In ?ven respect equal to representation, having been made by (he Under- "The1 Brandy will na sold at n-hftlesnln at at) m iu. gollon. t t ii ' ' ' . Also, 4.0f) Isanella and CntAwInf rtrsfte Knots of one years growth, fair thia fall, or next spring. Selling, l'rlm. ftw yvs uivuhiiu. lil-nm r ua.-xli-.b IHU.Miri'i East Ashtabula, Sept. 13, lSfiO. S9 nnnAYEARMADEbYANY vVU one With l&-Stencll Tools. No ex perience necessary. The Presidents, Cashiers, And Trees' urers of I Banks Indorse the rlrruUr. Sent free with samples. Address the AMKR1CAN STENCIL TOOL "UKKS, Springfield, Vermont. fK-8m CLEVELAND of D R A N C II 'MM ONE OF A CHAIN OF FIFTY, LO cnted in all the principle cities of the United States snd Canada. Hcholarships Issued from this College, good In all. This Is the only chain of Colletres, which have a com plete set of Text Books of the various branches raiiL-ht. All other schools nse our books, thereby acknowledL-iug their superiority. ' " COinSE OF INSTIlfJCTION. The conrse of Instruction has seeentlv Iwn nimi.1lv1 and la made very thoniui;h and practical, introducing ac- viibi uuniness ano rennering ine siuuent perfectly lami- llar with all the Hntnilnnrhni.lni.ua nn....,,.. I. in. to enter any house and perform tho duties of uu accouut anU . . The TcIop-aph Department, Is fittod up with offices, and all the blanks nscd tn either Commercial or retail oliir.es, are used here. This De partment is in charge of a practical operator of ten yeare experience. For a list of from twenty-live to fifty names of snch younir men as wonld be benefitted bv attending Coiumer tl.il College, we will send lanre aheul of flonnshliui suit able for framing. . rot run particulars addros BHl'ANT, 8XHATTOW & p En. Ill, BTa-lf . Cleveland, Ohio, T II Ii Kellogg 8 ville Institution, tn Soiling; Good by the Four none Wagon Load. Moro Goods for a Dollar than any other White man In America. $18,000 WOJtTJr, Xa-U.et Bo Sold lXa. tlxo TX33tt tSH.js.t-y JEn.-yta. COME AND SEE THEM. Tho Stock Must bo seen to be Appre ciated, It consist of a largo and general Assortment Of STAPLE AND FAJTCT DRY GOODStt DRUG GOODS, SILKS, llIBCONS, AXD L 7 VO Tl O ff 8,; ) i ) ItATS AND dAPS. OKOCKBT.HABD-WABo, oxjsoa?3tciaiTC3s. InBndlaMVailoty. TUB BE8f Tills side of China, fot $1,80 CENTS Cash paid for BuUdr, - Cheese, ' Eggs, ' ; aud Produoa generally. ' Kelloggsvllia, Chlo, Betttember 7th, 1809. 871 t . ' ' "' at. WINsnip, j. - i i: . ,y , t ; .1 .1 PREMIUM MAGIC METAL POLISH The beat preparation ever discovered fttr cleaning and pollsttiug Tin, Hi aod Brass. Bold by Buyer, Ultlury, Hriltauia, Pis tod War hot II. A. HtiLNitKY, Druggist. TaxaoaAjTnCi Th TeiegraphUe Department of Csl klns, Oriffln Co.'s Union Business Institute, Oberlln( Ohio, Is second U hone In tills toentry. It thoroughly and (tally prepare th Undent to Is Its charge of aa offlcai SsvUsfacUon is guaranteed. Do not sail to addraM them for particular before going lswnera. STRAYEDUI'ON THE PREMISES of the subscribe, (bout the 1st of July last, a RED A WD WRITB BULL CALF, which the owner is request ed to take sway, arW svlnitisftictwrt evldenre ir hi awnershtrt. Aebiakmtaj Bent. 1 lsej uovnua a. i.a ii.aiv.1. feUMt I 61 a -j k - flk I. . l. . wltbla a few minutes' wslk of the fnst (tfflrs. Posses slon wsnted hv Nov. 1st, ImKl, or before, wonld suit bet ter. A reasonable rent will bs promptly paid by v. i jiii.io, ai rsrniors-rtsY. nana, atX74 Ashtabula, Ohio. BLACK SiTllTII') MIOF AMU TOOL). AN OLD ESTABLISHED STAND KKuoi-tsio a noon ni'M or ri torn, ls.von.lily hs-aled In th Villairn of Ashtsbnls. oitpo JIUi the I'lio-nli Foundry, la offered fttr Bale, on favor. We terms. To a man of Imln-trv; wishing to ehi-aim lu "".."H tHM 1 r" 1 N" " Kl N with a eomnttsrinns, well built Shop, Ixn and Tonls, nil In rnnulng order, a better opportunity ronld sesreely he found. Ashtabula, September Jth, Imw. W. T. tER, Rountjr and Pension Laws I'asscd 1 Good Ifews for Soldiers, tliclr Widows and IIelfM A LL SOLDIERS WHO ENLISTED J- a fn the U. H. Armv srt, Anrti nth imn r... u. years, snd who have received but $100 bounty, are entl- The wldowa or heira of snch soldiers, who dM In sor. vice arc also entitled to the (UIO increased bounty. All soldiers who enlisted after th imb of April, iHTl for a period or not lesa than two vinrs wim hv. rJ. celved but ITS) bounty, arc entllled to (-"si In addithm. The widows snd heirs of such soldiers as have tiled in service, are entitled to the same bounty. The pensions of widows have been Increased so as 10 add tia month for each child. under M years old. Send yriur dlshargils snd Spplv In person or by V'ttcr to the undersleiieil, at Ashtabula or Ueneva, who will collect all soldiers' claims promptly. Fee reasonable, No charge for fees, until money Is received. CAPT. M. B. OAKY. THEOTIOUE HALL, Atty and Claim Ag't, , Atfy at Law and Claim A.ff, tleneva, Ql,, H-A . . Ashtottala, OhitV E. R. GRISWOLD & CO. " 217, Sl tkrioh Stbek, ''.I's CtBTElANB,! SHI,;C. 0 OFFER ESPECIAL INDUCE ments this season to out of town Buvers. In the htw prices of which they are Selling their titttids and the lusiniitude of their Hto k, which t'ompri.m the most do slrehlemukea and laUMt uovclticb lu . . . ( Irish Poplins, French l'opllna, C'htnks. Slittwis, Winsaj-S, Cahtin.', MttrliM, Empress Cloths, Ottoman Cloths, Bnritx Cloths, Norwich Poplins!! Altmcas, t . Itetaincs, Iludertleld Plaids, Flannels, ' ' ' . . . . ' r. Cloths, House Keeping Goods ' Prints, (lloves, , Hosiery, lArea, and the most comploto stock of . DOMESTICS In the Markot, VC Invito I call and elimination of our sttM'k. We receive NEW OOOllS DAII.T, which enable Us to present the latest Stylus to our Customers in DRESS ' GOODS, J? SIIATI, ' . ' &o., Ac, &o., ; . As thoy are L-n ported. E. H. CBISWOLD ft CO.. i 17 Superior Street, : Clevehiiid. Ohio. 873 WONDERFUL BUT TRUE I MADAME REMINGTON, THE World renowned Astroloirlst and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a clairvoyant state, delineates the very feature of the person yon are to marry, aud by the aid of an instrument of intense power, known as the Psyehoraotrope. Guarantees to produce a prf-t and life-like picture of the futnre husband or wife of the ap plicant, With date of marriage, occupation, lttadint; traits of character, c. This is no imposition, as testimonials without nnmber can assert. By stating place of birth, ajre, disposition, color of eves and hair, aud euclosing fifty cents, and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture by return mail, together With desired information. Address in conndeuce, Madame Gertrude Reru Ington, P. O. Box 2D7, V,'cst Troy, New York Aqua d Maoitoua,. The prettiest thing, the " swect est thing," aud the most of It, for the least money. It overcome Uie odor of perspiration; softens and odds del cacy to the skin ; la a delightful perfume ; allays head ache and Itiflamatlon, and Is a necessary companion in the sick room, in the nursery, and upon the toilet side board. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water sold by all Dnujgists. 8. f. I8d0 X. The amount of Plantation Bitter sold lu one year la somewhat startling. They would fill Broadway six leet high, from the Park to 4th street. Drake' manufactory Is one of the institutions of New York. It is said that Drake painted aH the rocks In the Eastern States with his Cabalistic "8. T. 1880. X," aud then got the old granny legislators to pass a law " pre venting disfiguring the fuco of nature," which gives him a monopoly. W do not know bow this Is, but We do know the Plantation Bitter sau. a ho other article ever dldi They ate usod by all classe of the community, aud r death on Dyspepsia certain. They aro very invigor ating when languid and weak, and a great appetizer. Saratoga Sjtrtng Water sold by all Druggistsi " In lifting the kettle (Wim fhc tre t scftttled mvself very severely oue band almost to a crisp. The torture waa intolerable. Tho Mexican Mustang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly, and left very little scar. Cii. Foster, 430 Broad Street, Philadelphia. This Is merely a aample of what the Mustang Llulment Will do. It is invaluable in all casus of wounds, swel ling, sprains, cuu, bruises, spavins, etc., either upon man or beast. Beware of counterfeit; None is genuine edes wrapped In fine steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of Ot W, WasranooK, Chemist, aud Uie private stamp of Da his Barnss A Co., New York. Saratoga Spring Water told by all Drngglsts, . x I All who vaiue a branttfhl head of hair, and Its perse rva tlon from premature baldness and turning eruy, will not .... - .....un v, iiiiiai ivaiiiarioii. u make tn hair rich, soft aad glossy, eradicates djuldniir. aud causes the hair to grow wil h luxuriant lieaitty. It is sold every:, where. K. THOMAS LYON, Chemist, N. Y. Srtratoga Spring Water sold by all Druggists. What Dm It A young lady returning to hot country home after few month sojourn In New York waa hard ly recognUed by her frieada. . In place of a rustic, flushed race, she had a soft, ruby complexion, of almost marble smoothness ; and Instead of SU, she really appeared but 17. She told then) plainly ahe need Uagan'a Magnolia Balm, aud would not be without It. Any lady can lmpruv her peivoual appearance very much by using thia article. It can be ordered of any druggist for only &0 cent; Saratoga Siring Water sold by all Druggist. Ileltnstreei's inimitable Hair Coloring has i9en steadi ly growing In favor for over twenty year, ft act upon the absorbents at the roots of th hair, and changes it to ita original color by degrees. AU Instantaneous dyes deaden and Injur the hair. Belnutreet't ie not m dye, but Is certain In Ita result, promote It growth, and is a beautiful Haib Ditaaaua. Price, BO cent and (1.00. Sold by all dealem Saratoga Sprint Water sold hy all Druggists. Ltob's Extract of Pt a Jamaica Giaatn for Indi gestion, Noose, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Cholera Mor ons, 4c, where a wanning, genial etlmuiant 1 required! it oarerul preparation and entire parity make a thea and reliable artlcl for culinary purpose. Soli tYcrj- Wiisrs at B0 cent par bottle, j ,.-' sold by all D-- 7 e"5- - '-''-! ' I'S'Bwn tssaaawt.iBi.ai !., i. j iiIJMM 3 It COOK, REAL ESTATE AG'T, For the Bnto and rorclHi nf Ifenl Eat Ate, OFFICE OVER MORItlSO A TK'KNOR'S STOltB 4 I Mla Street, AsliUbula,' 6hlo. ' ' 1 t9 Property sold ft Commlss1.sa or otherwise, a agreed upon, and Ho sai.b. socsinmLal 1 A Bale Direct or Indirect, ooBstitnts a Commission. Among the many vslnsble Farms and other property how onvred thronw-h this agency, I would call particular attention lo the following, vis : lonae and Int, on IXvlslow fitreet, good fralt ami good wauir. Price Sl,Saa. ' llotiBe M n it i.ni re s Tt.tnrt M Stn-et, house wHI lumtnl, ,1 Intra, panel wster, Siles--il Id variety of gtmnes, cherries, pliintlts. peaebea, ntsp bcrrles, hlat'k-brrrltts, straw-benies, t. Conslilevliig qttsitUtrof land, few ulaee rnnnl It. For sale for Ute low price of $4.mt, and Uui glvnu if desired. Lot and flhaatr at Dtoot. fttr a.v ti Ins prl.-e of Si m) , A Cletnsl If nnu mtiA A Lata. In RinrVn aws a in Humphrey's Plat, at Ashiannla liepot. Slinated ffnrth' of IIaU Hnad PaMenger Untse. una bonnded Montn by linn Ktied liepttt (Intuoils, a very desirable business loca tion to b sold in lou lo suit purchasers. Prio of vrhos l''sl, US Acre Farm In this (ownsbip. mile from this Villsi.-e. Frame hovse, gettd waler, two acres vinevard, a gootl yoimg on-hard a good wait r jmwer, ISO eer of lint. Iter, for sals for tha low price of fl.MKI, and time give it for a portion of the purchase money, if desired. - TO Aere Farm In Plymouth, on the Plank Road, bj'tween Ashtabula and Jefferson, aix miles from this village, a good honse, two bams, a good orrhard and water, in acn-a of timber, th balance in Ugh slate of mill val Ion, for sale ft the htW price ef $40U, and time given for pttrllon of purchase money, t A rre Fa na In Plymouth, two atllrtr from the vll Isire, giKHi nirtiilna; land, taeimr two nsxls very eonve nlnnt to be cut tltto two farms, for sale fur the low prlca of 14 ht acre, and time given on a part if desired. v Fi Lot on the comer of Nathan and Main sfreWta, good IrulL one of Uie most desirable building loeatlon In Iowa, for sale fttt tb lew prlc of m pet lot or 709 for the whole. SO acre farm lit ftaybrtfok, smiles from Village. fot"J lions and barn, good orchard. 11 acree timbered, and bulnnre in a I igh state of cultivation. For sal very cheap, and time given for a portion of the purchase mon ey, if desired. Price, ul,0UU, ' 6 1-S arrra a Camp aret, la this Village. A very desirable plat for any perssta seeking tit advanta ges of city and country combined. For sal for ths low price of f,. 1 18 ere(.f landlnNrwsfMtCoflnty, Mlchlpan. For ale very cheep( or will trade for tend or other property hert, -' ' - , , ; 81 SO-IOO arrrs, S mile from th TlHage, at era ler of i- month. Uood house, barn and ears-hooaai (IikhI onltard of itS tnwa. A boat S acre timbered. Price, t-l,MUi). A fiood IIofie hnd l.oi ot Syramor street. For sale very cheap. Price, (MM: - ;86 aeranirm in Geneva, aides a-om Trflag. Most ly a rich, sandy Boll. Sgood honse, good barn. Ootid orchard of 6e treesj pesi-bse, cherries, Ac, t atmndaaee. Uood waterT 8 acres ef good timber. A very desirable homestead; FoT sale at the tery low prle of ,), and Mine given for portion of the pare hate money if desired, and possession given Immediately. , . A Rood Ilonae and Lot, 40 fret front, with good fruit and water, on Division street.- For sale for th low price of $1,MK), and time given for a ponton of the pur chasc money, if desired, 112 arrew Ridge farm 8 mile from vfTlami. t good, laivo dwelling hnnsea, 8 jrood barns and corn barn, t gwa orchards, good water. li acres under raltlvatlof?.- Bal ance good timber. Situate on both aides of the Ridgn lioad, and wilhiu one mile of Kingsvllle depot. One of the numt desirable fWrms HI (he township. For sale very ictifomihlc, and tith" gtVen fttr portion of the purchase money if desired. 1'rier, (10,000. T arr. Situate o (he North ttldpev ,V milee from village. Ootid house and bar).- (too) trchard 8 kerrs timbered, Baianc in high atate of Cultivatioii. For sale very cheap. Price, $ t.OUO. v4 1-1 aere on Ridge, 4 miles from village. Large ami commodious house, 4 good barna. Uood ercluml and good water. Price, $3,5UX 81 1-8 acre on Ridge. X mile front village. Situ ate on both sides of the Bldge Koad. 1 good linuaes, g good Itarns, 1 good orchards, good water. Ten acree tim bered., One or th most desirable farm hi th market. For sate for the low price Of $8,0110. v 60 arte fttrr". tb Plyiaehth; oh Hie Plank Road, S mile from villSL-e. Smalt htinse and young orchard. 14 acre cleared, jaj acrm good timber. Bounded east by the line of the new Iutllnwid. Timbur enough on the land to nav for it. Price, l,7u0. 53 49-100 acrcaof land th Plymouth, mlle from village, and ! mile south of center of Plymouth. Good, new two-etory bouse with two wing. S good wells, good 30 ot 40 foot barn, with 8 sheds, orchards of about 1110 trees. Twelve acres timbered. Situate within U nine m uepot. a very desirable homestead. For sale for the low price of $3,SuO. That Terr dewlrable Pr-cmer-iw em Pmtmsrt street owned by Edward A. liltcbcovk. Large and com modious new house, with all of the modern Improve ments. Lot, flu feet front, containing IMU of au acrBi Uood fruit and water Also, connected with the above, and fronting on On. tor street, and bounded east by the rail road depot grounds, tliat well known shop of Edward A. Hitclieock, with ! "WW iwm steam engine, ana Doner wiin all uie tool ami implements for the buggy-shaft business, good new phut lug macblue, and all Ute necessary tool sand machi nery for nutklng dry barrels. A rare chance for an enter, prising business man. For sale cheap. Prtee tlO.OOO.-. I'. nature of Euwjlku A. HrrcaoucK, on premises, or of J, 9 8 aere farm, four miles from Tillage, .lilt 1. .1 , I, irjA mw.Ii mmI .muuI . . m Good house wu wivii.111, J.UUU nmivr. so nnT. umuerva. timbered. r or sate very cneap, ana possession given immediately if desired. . Price, (2,780. , 1 3S stere farm, utmut 4 mile from thia Tillage. Oood house, barn, fruit and water. 80 acres timbered. Price. (4.6U0. Possession given immediately, aud tinui given for a portion ui the purchase money, if desired. 91 Here Ridge farm, tvf miles from Tillage. Oood house, L'ood barns, good a ater, good orchard. S acre timbered; and near Uie !. and B. R. A. One of the moa t desirable Kidge farms in the market. For sale very cheap, and time given for a portion of the purchase money If de sired. lofj lO-IOOaerean), mites from rllittg. t rood houses, 5 bants, good orchard, gootrwater. Macros tim bered. Uood sugar bush. Price, (A,aao. 80 120-100 aere Bum mile from this tillage. Oood house, bttra, water and orchard, li acres timbered. For snle verv reasonable aud posetution given inunediato-1)-, if desired. aerea. Smiles from village. Oood honse, ham and water. Splendid orchard of about W trees. Good cher' lies and small fruits Of all kinds. A verv desirable home stead. For sale for leas than the bullifinga can now be built for. Price, 3,5U0i 8 1 1-3 acres, a miles from the village, nigh, rol ling land, and gravelly soil. Oood new bouse and good barn. Oo'l orchard of 11 trees. Oood sispply of peach trees, plum trees, grapes, Ax., Act. Ac 4 acressimbered, Price, (3,500. 45 1-S aerea on Lake Shore, 1 mile from Kingsvllle depot, timid honse and barn, and otit-bonsea. good wa ter, good orchard of 1C0 trees. 6 acre timbered. Price. (3,000. - llonae and K.ot of V acre, oh Prospect street. wiiiu ii uu attu water, una or uie most ueslrnnle resi dences iu town; For sale very cheap. Price, (3,000. 32 aere, three mile from village. Oood house, barn, fruit and water. ) acres well timbered, balance in high state of rultivatlbtu For sale very cheap, and pos session given Immediately, If desired. Price, (jtiuo. 8 1 1-S atr on Kidge, 8 mile from village, t honse. S barna, good fruit and water. Price, (7,1100. , . Also, ao 1 - acre adjoining the above, U meadow, well watered, for sale at (do par acre. 54 acres I miles from this village good honse, barn and wator; Uood orchard. Price, (300. . 1 60 acre in Marathon county, Wisconsin. For sale cneap. rnce (o per acre or will trad for property here. 52 acre SX miles from village. Good house, barn, orchard aud water. Price, (1,000. 118 aeres a mile from villago. Good honse, 14 ntuftin, mnw aua sneo. a gutat orvuaroa, good a'ater 17 acres timbered. Price, (55 per acre. 241 acres 4 mile from village, t good honse, S barns aud good shed, good fruit and water. 40 acre timbered. Balance in hij-h stale of cultivation. Can be divided into two farms. For sal very eheap and tenna of payment easy. 143 1-3 acree 3 miles from Ashtabula, high, tolling laud and gravelly soil. 117 acre unproved, biaw irouC timbered land, good bouse aud guod water, huge barn U feet long, and sited 70 feet long, well underpinned with stone, good orchard of SfiO bearing tree and IJb youue trees, good sugar hush of t0 trees, never atlllnr at trim's of water that water the whole fitrm. Foraal very cheati i nil I i ni. ..wan A.. u.m ... it.A K i iL' ..... .....w . . .... ,., iiminuvHiB uioney, ir desired. Enquire of Auriuui Hi Tbacv. on premise, ori ofj.lt. Cook, J 180 acres, the old hotnestead farni, mile from thlai village, on Lake Shore In Ashtabula, formerly owned by 1 Aarou Harmon ; good house and water, 7 barna, good or-1 tnalll ttf l! bearing tree and 19 young tree, good sugar bush, 20 aere timbered, balance anour cultivation-, mr sale very reasonable, and tenna of payaient easy ; est-1 quire of Uiuieut Uakmom, ou premise, or at above office. ITS acre farm, 1 miles from-this village, sbraMrlr owuod by Wells Blakeelce, EikJ., higlt, rolling land, and mostly gravelly soil, good house and water, good barna , and shed, terse orchard if of an acre, a vineyard six year old, best sugar-hush tn the emlhty; t.txa) Use oa I acres; alioutSO seres timbered, balanee ander uilivatioa ; haa. the reuutation of being one of the beat farma in theooua-. ty. For sale al a barrtln, and Umrjriven lor portion of the perch money, if dusiradi Enquire of Ouvnaeri Capt. MAflcvs B. OAnr, or of J: B. Cook. a 18 3-1 acres, )- ulTle from this vflla. Rmalf house, good barn aud stables, good wateTt 4i graftni fouitg spple trees, good sugar-bush- 14 acres tlmbereds or aale very cheap. Khquir of Natbajiibi. liuiSA. on premises, or of J. It Cook. ... i TUat well-knews nidge biHi la Ashtabula owned by Jacob aud Ueorge 11. CraHtr, couUtlultig 7u and 10-lHOth acres, t good houses, good harn, good orchard aud water, 10 acres splendid timbered land, lying near th line of the railroaj. For aale very cheap. i tiood llease and Loi on Prospeet rtrset. Fo sale cheap, Iuuulre of i'uiixir Pxaiuuo, oa th nretni ses, or of J. K. Cook. , , i 9 1-4 scrca of land In East Village, good new boms' and bam, and good ore hard and water. For aale very cheap. Enquire of Aceiisres tiwasv. oa Msaiea. or at Coon agency otlioa. . ...... A Oood New lion and Tw Lata St depot For aale vry cheap and possession irlran iuuaadiateb Ii desired. "i 23 aeres of Timbered Land. witMa eoe' mil of thtt village. For sale very cheap, j The Iron FoHndryand tot, W.(t f,rwt an 00 feet Btuk, hi see and coidinouloae buikiing, with ali Ut Itasks aud patleraa, and good steaia engine ell ta goo condition very desirablt lisated on Acwmodalitss Aili in front or tha Ashtabula Hons in the eeutor of this vh btge. For sale very cheap, aud terms ot oayoMnt aasr.-t Kuqulr of J. B. CaoaBT on prentisos, or uf J. it. Cook, j That desirable (arm oa North Rldg ta Asfala hula, owned bt John Sill, eoutalning BO acne, f house, two barns, 16 aeres well tlutlMrwi, xoullent frun aud good water. Price Jm.ouU aoiuuira of Joaia Mux, ot premiss, or at abov office. t 4 1 are, t allies frota the vllutg. good boas, bam fruit and waUir; a very desirable bouiestetul. Ptitu (,tM. iiitn w M-""-f ra pmansiaj.or of J Also 1 4 acre adjoining the above. Small bo--.-' rrui aw per aer. .... 100 acree tn Plvmomh, good hocc, 4 food bas- good ortlwrtis, giwd water, si aere timb ' in high aula ui tutmaUtxt " ' 50 ares e . .'., and fit.-, j rto, (,5u0. , t . .- , u,ni l Frymnulh sni.ll hmt- p, aer, Also a uumbcof very desirable atui: lota in Utu ViUag Ft- sals very cheap.