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f - '. T -' ' " ASHTABULA T " . 7 - --f . ': Bafnrday, Morning,. McVSO, 1887. Ashtabula and its Harbor. . U JU article appcar4 ia the Ci nctnmui :Wtromaf7 ref eently, that we. clipped with the intention of copying! ttAia Ui) object of wMcfa me Wctft contempt upon Ashtabnla Harbor br mlsreprwuting arid-riiHmHMg bosiaces importance, and Indirectly to censuxe Congress ft wfrplfotloi of the puiltc'innda bdt fa. poj coa, . idcMUitnfwe concluded Its Cippiet rfcMciiTe and tcur ryUf. and Us. grow ignore- aoe secklcssnes. of truth, wonld hardly warrant sch a oe of our space As, how ever,'etteiiUua raw been drawa to that tTIrection, It Is perhaps 'well enough to Tyfer to f es, and give such a tat anient of the bcinrts-of the harbor, past and present, a 1U show .to every fair and -honest Bifno', that the eorafneree of this, as wcH as other lake harbors, is enti tled to the fostering caro of the government. ; If the Com 'mirdaf, the Sandu? ky fjrfcfrr, and our oriental aeigh or Ifccl any oftpositioii to t.-eat the subject with candor Jfesy can hawUj refuse to give the following article', pre pared' by a-gentleman for many years a' Tesident at (he .Barber, largely interested in its' commerce,' and' fully eopTorscnt with the whole siibjoct npori which he write, place fa taoi'r-respective. column,. . .. '!., 1. J.- . - h' " - ",..MR-I?iiiD -Iu consequence of the comments : ffHke , Cincinnati Cbmmerciataf the 12th inst., 4he Sandusky Register aaI (be Conneatit Rc- Jtorieri I nave takea the liberty to " address a CommunicatkJtt to your paper," with a statement of the bosinessTif this harbor last year in order to ecrject asy mHWppreherjsion the public may" entektaia iaf elation to the "loose, habit of Con- ffess in voting away-' greenbacks' from the U. Treasury." l Q this let "an im partial public jB?e ; but one thing is patent that - our Got? irnmfent havtf in yeara agone been guilty of the nel&V or" a great and growing interest in the tfniiseibn' or failure to innke appropriations for the improvement of oar lake harbors ; the. cau ses of which I heed not here comment uppn ; . and I cannot see why local interests and . mutu al Jeaiotlsies should at this early" period of the introduction of a'new and better era attempt to - sin'oUjer this foster child of the GoTcrnment, le citimle in its inception, under th;; administra tion, of Gen. Jackson and no w rcsusciUted under ihew,aud encouraging auspices Now.in relation Jo" the appropriation tor tbisimrbor: Ithinkthat When an impartial puLlie.aro acquainted; with ha facts of the case,; theywill . commend the ' wiadom of the engineer in charge of the works, whose estimates are based upon facts and which I believe CongrJ3adoptcd in making the grant of fuftds to carry out those plans and estimates. I do not propose at this time to deal in gener alities, -but confine toy remarks mostly ta the ' business present and prospective of this harborv Tout readers can see by reference to tlie annex ed statement what the auioUnf of the business is and the amount of tonnage owned here. It c eould hardly- be f ipected VSleepy oxen and worn bur roadsters," could perform 'l tie car-. - rj-ing business over cow-paths that lead thr'o .t "pied meadows" to this harbor. "As the crow . flies" we Lave a plank-road leading ' into, the . country '25 iniles, 'over which the hauling is -- done, and is kep in repair principally from the business connected with" this.harbor. In look , ing over the article referred to in thc Cincinnati, Commercial, I. find but one. statement that tears the impress of truth, and that is that two ;-. r and aiialf miles inland one comes to a pretty smart and thrifty village ; but, fhe statement. ' that it has no more affinity for the harbor, and is no more dependent' upon tt for its prosperity than though it were in the. heart of the Andes is like his.other statements untrue. Before the . Railroad era the harbar was the only ' "medium - of communication with the outer world." Since that bias. been . allowed ,io fall to decay, niuch f. the legitimate business of the harbor has been . forced, npon the railroad,- as'the large steamers which do most of the carrying of merchandise1 on these lakes could not enter' and the business here has since been mostly done "by that cheaper mode of transit the sail vessel. ' The truth is' that uracil of the proppeiity of the village is, and always has been dependent upon the trade and business of the harbor. One word more in re lation tothe Cincinnati Commercial: I do not. - know, why its editor should "pitch into."" ; this place for the purpose of vsnting his 6pleen a gaihst members of Ongrees for not voting more, mbneyl'or the Ohio river. . I do not say as John Randolph did, that it was .dry tne half ; of the year and fj-pztn over the other -t nor will I make, any false statements slicwiEg my ignorance of the. subject I am treating upon, . but one thing I will say, that if engineering skill has devised , any .means further tbaa, the , removal . of the snags-aud sawyers, of improving the navigation of the Ohio at low water, I, am ignorant of. it. " The editor of the Commercial might pcrhflps be induced to try the pknof 'Prof. Epy of " getting np a shower on his own account if Con ' 'gress were foolish enough to furnish the funds. I wish now to say-something in relation to the prospective importance of this point. . For a valuable consideration in the right of way, de pot ground and water stations, the Cleveland, Painesville and Ashtabula Railroad Co. have agreed to build a Railroad from hereto Jauies- town, Mercer County Pa, connecting at that place wiia the JameBtown and Franklin R. R. now about going into pijeration. This road vrillepen a road by rail' from Ashtabula 'harbor to Franklin, a distance of 75 miles. Frai klin it athe head of navigation , on the Alieghany river, and the entrepot of most of the business of the oil region of Pa. By this road we reach the extensive coal and Iron mines of llercer and Venango Counties, Pa., t a distance of 55 miles ;Bhorter by about SO miles than any oth er route connecting, any of the lake harbors, with the mines of Western Pa. or Eastern Ohio. Some $ 30Q.0U0 have already been expended by the Lake Shore Company ami no. doubt is en tertained that this branch rocd wiil be complet ed as soon as the harbor is put in good repair. Uiis is not all I shocld say in teLticn to the prospecti'we.'impoitancc of this point: It is the northern' tern:nwW f the Ashtabula .ard. Jfew : Lisbon Rail Road line and intended, to furnish a-canction between the harbor' and the 'ex-tensiy- Coal -fields of Mahoning arid Columbiana counties in this- 6tate. Thwlsa Bhorter line than any other connecting these coal r.nd iron mines - with any other port on Lake Erie. From War rcnto Lake Erie,. i 7 miles, for favorable grades ; and alinement it is equafied onlyby the prair ie of the Wert. In all probability, the South- ern Dlvisfcra fom New Lisbon to NDes ' will be completed by theTCew Lisbon' Railway Com pany this year,' leaving the distance from War ren to this "harbor : to be completed. On this portion of the line nearly $20d,50 has been ex- -pended in grading,. &c,' the right f way has fceeo aearlyjall secured for thirty-five miles of; the entire distance from Ashtabula harbor to Warren. It is the opinion of men who arc acr quafnted with the wants of that mineral region that another railroad will soon be a prime ne cessity, which will, be' Qynished by the comple tion of the AshUbula and New Lisjbon road. I I will now ask the grumblers and fault finders if they can see no relation between the coal mines of Western Pa and Eastern Ohio and the . Iroa re of Lake Superior I Is it not as cer . tain as anything in the future that the Iron ore - f Superior must meet the coal upon the south shore of the Lake to be either worked into shape there or, taken by railroad to. the ceal mines to be manipulated 1 . This process ia bow going on at Cleveland and Erie, where coal is . itSvered by Railroad and. Canal Who-ia pre pared to say that Congress has not acted wise ly hi fosteringesmpirjrtarrt so trees 6"fwealth and prosperity ? Mr. Editor, ! will not further encrpach upon your tiine-ancl atteatlon, but will Jhinex a statement of the Vreseat tusicess of this harbor and! that pf the. Tallroaf station of this- plaie for the information of trhom'tt ma EXPORTS AND IMPORTS OF ASHTABULA HARBOR FOR THE YEAR 1866. ABTirUS EXTOKTtD. . inV TOTAL AKT, T.TS7.8M feetLanJbr,.7;C7S1466 J.rvc 15S.S42 SUrea, 6,078 02. 46,407 foet Oars 1,784 43. " 613 Barrels Lime 1,008 00. Merchandise .VfrTsfT. -JSXJ 1,000 DOT $222,663 60. ;:' TOTAXAXT. -: i.A : . .... i V" " "J articles ufostes. 818,048 feet Pine Lmnbef, Deck--plank and 8pHrs. i'..:...'..v. . 153,000 Pine Shingles..';;.'.-... t9,9T78R.' I 70S' 00 42 00 2JKXT00., 83' SO..' 600 318 Cords Lime-stcfne. , , 8,200 husheis of Corn.!.-. barrels Salt.. .... 'Water-Lime.:', TV' Merchandise, Iron, ' tope and - !i:-V- 6,640 98- f 2S.174 84. Total amount of Exports and Imports. $250,788 84. BUSINESS OF THE CLEVELAND, PAINESVILLE AND ASHTABULA R. R., AT THE ASHTABULA STATION. 13.133 paseengers taken on board at Ashtabula, a j ;i : 28,824 ,..'. .Jell at V. : . t- .'! 4 :'ui-lilvJ 9,60501 lbs. freight forwardedfrom: - do..,r-j-;, j 15,520,709 lb, do. roccived at' .:''d9.1." : N..3.' Itjs presumed thfs" docs not Include the num ber of the passengers ho paid fjre on the ears." J " VESSELS AND STEAMERS OWNED AT ASHTABULA, OHIO. T- KAME3. .!:""; -- - Sark Naomi. .....J.X.i i-i:...,.'4,00aflft. do Sam. Ward ,.400....... , WMO 00. Scb'rs.-Vhisholm.. .'.'.'. 1 . vi . . . . . i ". . ; . . .- R.J J- . Vnrt Kut : .S7S . 1 .v:.i- 17.000 UU. do Jessie ...:...:;:2i8.rt 'do 'do" -o : do '. do ' do ' do - do ' .;dO; ". do. do ' "do - do do ! via, Mrra'M. 80;.. 8 now Prop (ne).'.973. ..' .......... ,UW IM- 17.00006. , New Lisbon. .. .37, 10,000 00. , Julia Willird .. Oneida . . 32........ .21,5000 . ..8.000 00. 14.000 00. 'it,oodooL 21,000 00; . 12.000.00. 20,000 oa , 10,000 oa , . 1,800 00. ; 2,200 00. ' 200 00. ,176.....;,. r,-r ' - B. F. Wadev" SjO. Transport : .-. . . Yankee, v.jii:. , Eliza Xogan;,. Wm. Young.. .General Scigcl. Elm city . .SM.-. liaoO..: -rSao .i400.. ..230.f ..iio.: ?Lone- Star Scow'.vSO."'. Nebra5ka '; do' Industry j .do I 131.',.,.... 75. ,4 j 100 00: 3 how vessels building- . T . , . . . 80,000 00. r;Hooo 00. $32700 00. Iron Tog, Dexter,'. . .'. 720.V. :, ' 24 Vessels. . : 6,225 Tons. r Ashtabula, Mar. 22. 1867, H. ;. France jrrot only retires;! ignominioas ly from Mexico. btirtr 'forced, through ab solute fear of .Pi'ussia,-' suddenly And wonderful y asrs:randised,' to tsect alliances for mutual acfencja.with Holland, Belgium and Switzerland ; and Belgium, at ' leastj has rejected the overtures. " Meanwhile Prussia has 'made - a 'closa- alliance, with Wurtemburg. - Prussia an"now put in to the field a much. larger,, piilitary (fort than France can command. " A hew -:arv biter of European destiny has arisen. ; : Another Veto. The President on Sat urday. vetoed; the Supplementary Recon struction bill ; . but immediately repassed iti without debate the House by 114 Teas to 28 Naysj the Senate by 40 Yeas to 7 Naysand it is now the' law of the land.- We believe these vetoes are more decided tfia'ii these by Which any, former veto of any President were ever over ruled. Some oue who has; kept count saya thi3 is the! twelfth eto overruled within the last, fiflecn months ; and it is fitcetiously euggestecl that she Constitu- tion be so amended as to read that every, act-iOf ongress when . vetoed t by the President shall be the law of the iand.-j As the vetoed bills arc eo easily repassed, this change would seem needless. , r ...'.The gist bl Mr. Johnsons objections is this : The Military : Commanders ap pointed by himself, responsible ' directly to him, and not' allowed' to' inflict or al low to "be inflicted any extreme penalty without his , express , permission, may: treat the Southern people unjustly and harshly. : 'J ' ; ;"' : :":'. ' ' ..;.' A Cornx . ASD Pistol, are the ; pictorial ac companiments of a demand made by the miners of Schuylkill Co. ; Pa. , for an increase of wages, atd the tenor of the demand is quite significant of the use of these articles. . . . Higher , wages, or death to the . employers wno refuse seems to be the alternative. - .Four Superintendents pf mines have been personally warned to leave ; under penalty of xleath for noncompliance. Several murders have been committed, and a number of houses robbed.1 '"A hundred murders in that same county, says the Pittsburg Gazette, have been committed, during the last few years for which the miscreants have never been brought to punishment Gov. Geabt has been - appealed to for aid, and the suggestion has been made that the general gov ernment be solicited to make Potttsville a regu lar military post.' As the case stands the "Mi ners Union' has complete and fearful jurisdic- tioh'. ;:; ' ' ' ' ' i ; H ! Tjie. Eexiax Movement ix Ireland., -f Informations through vaious chauels warrant the conclusions that we have suspected, but which we have .not been able to reach from the meageress ot; the news sent to this country immediately subsequent to the out .break that the movements in wiveral of its features, was of rather a grave and dangerous characr ter. There wa9 no. lack of men, no. lack of ammunition, and in particular, no lack of sympathy, : But. unfortunately for the suceess of the undertaking, there waslin doubtedly a great lack of leadership. Coucentrationa of Fenians in Cork,Tip perary, .Watcrford, and Limerick, Coun ties continued after the backbone of the insurrection had been: broken, , Ko firm footing was gained, bat in spite ot mis management, the sympathy of .the Irish people with the Fenian movement stood. out more conspicuously than on any other occasion.; i - .-. - -J? ; : t'--- .' Congress-seems unwilling to leave thcr President alone in .Washington during the Summer. - A concurrent resolution providiajr that Congress: shall ; adjourn on the 2Sth, to reassemble in -May; June September, and No vembeV, .unless the presiding officers- shall by joint proclama tion postpone its 'meeting, was adopted by the House on Monday by a vote if 8 to 32. Tins resolution, whiehthe Senate will probaWy passr is. due' to the sugges tion of Gen,' Grant, who, as .Washing ton' dispatches say, has- informed leading members . of Congress tfi at. he expects trouble in enforcing hie Reconstruction law. ' ' '"" """''" CJ-The meeting in Columbia, S. C, at which Wade ITamptoB and pegro orators spate-fro the 8atre platform on -th same . side," is ; tfow declared to have beaq a "farce, the few negroef taking part lnit6ein 'corrpirtaadi.s -V. 1 . Ashtabula, Mar. 22. 1867, H. PEN AND PASTE BREVITIES. T.- ; . 7. - TTcll iThe!KefnrIt Tribune is about td erect k.nitL' '. 1 - t s . new uuuqiDC aiA COS1 OI 2aU.w.-. .:. 4 IKSovferpor Gekry , of Pa., has signed the bill Hiyriag ;me railways 01 ias bmb w j passegrli!w4thedtay distinction oicoior.- S-Dana is said to have raised $ 200,000 and Kill ark's TV trn iAti with his new. Daner. which fS-Tbe Massachusetts State SenatehaTe!at length ordered Bluiion8 relating te the amena ment to the Constiturron.to, a thifd3?cadgy t vote of 37 to 5. Tbctouseof.epresenlativek had lakeaA-aimilat action kstweek- l&rX rebel paper says.: "Bennie sounds pret-. ty wel) for a little nrchin;iut when he becomes a man we , give t nun fiie ioh Jiuej jeojiimaii. 'Thus) IninfaVlyaoftoegrfat rebellion, thaebels.wor jeallei.. Je!lujnies,? now we -'Oall them Johnson "men"."-'? t iM t HTFor iflere&atf'lwo'' 'awarkening'pfuQUs'at'p linterest.has been, progressing iq the iCitics of Pittsburgh and Allegbanyi ' -Ilx -commenced during the week of prayer, eary ia Japuary,' and baa been, acquir ing breadth arid intensity everince... .7; . , , ( v '. ExrGovernor ibennison, of , 'Qhio,' , has again published a card, stating thaV hia. business ea gagemeuts and private affairs will ,not. permit his being a.candidateJ.ferKubernatorial honors at the coming election.; Thej popplo,: w trust will not be so wanting -in courtesy, aa to .insist iipon his acceptance, !-.. jr .''ini i ;3"Judge.L. Qi.lurner jddgs iAdvocate of the War Department,' who.. (died. recently, ; was CO years of agfej Jiesides . holdiufi: 4 number of judical 'offices,'.- Mr Turner was.-during hia Jife connected at diffetant times with the .Cleveland Ileraldtl&w York. TVt&tmey-and CincincaU Gdstftel'hi'i -.,'..!..-! I'-- .-v'wi .4: Ilarper 'a Monthly for March-has ia its table of contents rTbe Dodge Club ; or Italy in 185 Personal Recollections of the : War"? - If I were Rich yTwo Hundred Thousand Spiders; illns1 tfatedj: Ouf Ekpected Guests- A; Brace of Boys; Rnm Creturs is Women 'v The Virginians, in TeXaH- How We Getr our News; "Alex. T.'Stew art, &c. .v-:-Al teci t-yr u-j i.'.-- y ".' - -irMore blood was shid In one street in New Yorkn SL Patriclt's day than hai been expen-. ded during all' the Feniar insurectron oT which any account has yet 'reached, us. "Superintend dent Kennedy reports 83 of his : poBece, force wounded,1 many of themith sword ffbd saber cuts, and In the most cruel and shameful way. ' ' iea-Th tff.irfs tt "Rfp.rp.na"' flftd 1 Butler have V " " " - . - . , thev:thourht the' evidence taken" would 'war rant it. It U belie.ved that he can be impeached and .removed.1 la ' three weekslTbcre'is ' no prospect of the Prcsidcuf removing' 'hiiri of his resigning. ,),, , :i.' ..t : . ' t-ilr. Steven's new ;C6ulicalIon. scheme has one section that '. should. be regarded with favor, and that relsicV'tos tha diyisiou of the. lands belonging to the .governments, ot Uio sp; ceding States among tha emancipated, blacks, fa' small parcels, . and-to.be. inalienahle. fora period" of .ten years. -No better desposition could be made of these, rlauds.,, The vr.elfare of the whites aud black,.of the local goyeruments and of the people, would be' promoted by ;thw measure.-'., y';U- v.i'-U' -CSrGenl;Steedm3n of; this, State,; has been nominated as Oiilector of Internal Revenue , at New-Orleans.; lAnd the; nomination is said to haverccjeyed- the approval of the ;. Finance, CcnVhfiUee "(as a weuk jcoriccssion to the .appeal of Mr. Sherman, who happens to be a personal friend of Steedoian,) tlie- Senate, it i3 hoped will reject it... .They cannot confirm Gen. Steed-: man without . becoming responsible for all the misrepresentation and ; mischief he .did in his tour of inquisition- y:- -i ; ' - ', C3ThO; Trustees of the Pcabody Educational fund have jcsolyed that the promotion of Pri mary orCoipihou School Education should" be the object. of 'their plan and that in aid of It nofmat 8cnoois snouiu oe estaDiisnea m. ue soumern and South -Western StateV. The Rev.' Dn Sears has been chosen" the General Aceni. " and ''. in trusted with thoVhole charge of executing the plan, under the'; direction, of the . Trustees. Executive Committee iof five gentlemen" has been appointed '. and .the' distribution, of the fund will be f peedly begun. , 'Messrs.; Appleton & Co. b?jve donated to t'nej Board 100,000 school . i"The New Orleansicc2M5ic ; publishes a rich morsel for, its Southern' readers in the. de tails of an extraordinary elopement . case.5 Cut ting a very long story short, two 'young ladies of Baton Rouge . of pleas'mg appearance, good education aud. respecta.b) connection, fell In love with ebony servants employed about their- homes and eloped.. In order to avoid delec-tion-the girls dpnned male attiru and, with their black suitors, succeeded in -escaping to New Orleans, where, a telegram : orttcring the arrest of the purty." had. preceded them.. -The girls admitted long criminal intimacy with ; their colored escorts, and each declared her resolve to marry the roan of lici choice,: detpitc of the; opposition of their anti-miscegenation friends. -'i . -H : , In the House on the 21st inst. the Com mitee intrusted .with the investigation of the Custom House frauds reported that test imouy.. taken aparently inculpted one or more members of the Senate, rid of fered a resolution that, in courtesy; to the Senate, thc-testiniouy should be sent to it for action. After debate the resolution wasNad opted. . . . , : ' : 1 A ; After having '"been"1 compelled td.make. important concessions to: the English Re-, torm. movement, , the: Tories hate 1 at length declared their readiness to take first step toward redressing. the grievan ces of Ireland. 13Ir. , Disraeli has ahnoun ceil" in Parliament that the Government intends to. bring ia a liberal Irish' Reform bilk -...-t,. ...!.' -ji .i-'i ';' . :' f? carried rthe iiouse upon the question olimpcacu ihgSmj the and7ihstrucHihg the 'ilulburd 'Com mittee 16 prepare" articles' of fmera!hrcent,:; if , take--TTh6 PfinesvilieraVsays: Our r City Fathers, are . receiving a lot. of fine stone blocks from Cleveland to , by. used for cross-walks. -Durinff, the re-, viyai in rinis piace seventy-one. persons have been admitted t.o membership in tlie AC E. Churcji, by, let ter and on profession of j Ath.'--7-Tuceday ! afternoon ; a, fine ypung 'Ijorse, belonging tQ;MJ..."VV"AK xer, was being exercised; under a, firm bit,- and ,ai.,the boy. was leading him along the s,treet,r the orse fell over back-: wards, breaking .liis neck and killing hiinself . insantly.-- The Painesville Carriage;! Com papy is .beginning to ..put itself in notion, w Mr,, Frank Bakee, , of New Yorknvho Ujio have charge of the manufactory, is on the . ground .prepar ing the.! buildinor and makine: other .'ar rangements. : -The Company, ha,ve pur: chased "what, is known as, the "steam MilL" a large brick buildinsr. corner of State and High streets. , ...... ' The gWnie of selling: (can. we add drinks ing ?) intoxicating liquors in the: .oo.nn try's, Capitol is nowdefinimly prohibit-' edby a joint resolution, which has pass ed the Seriate and the.' House. . .Congress has thus shown - its selfrespect,; and .it willvse lkpe fartlier njanifest itstone'sty bytractly appTyXng tirritffclV Deductions from Income. Exetajpt tyiaw $ Jjoporf . f V National, Sttteeoun,inuncpaii iaei paid with in he year. V H i - it 2L .'".s, rT. -i . . f:-A 1. ii'i -.. 1 hjvu',ip ovvuauY :.s Ria Tina, iiunnr irw? yeaWrtte firerhilwreck, l&rrirrld in .tTade ancL not . already .deducted in as certaing"prb$til:':' " "" ti.JbQases na-eaitestatd-niircnad sinrR December ir.-i863.r.i.'f:- t fAmoTmtmakirrihirr.i;l l5il-or-.tTriiM;. Vate laud AmlWhitlrincoine is derived. niararrrlt .sised(wUhinitheyearJ.i:firr ro-' Amount actually paid for rent bfhdme- sfeadfl: .vur.iw ' i':.!' :::- il ."'t i''i":!'-tt'i i-i't v ;:.! - Amount paid for usual or ordinary re- pwrs, excluding j)aynjenjts fo.r.new,;builii-; 1 wWo- - nnim n iVrJnf T.U am H . A. ; termentS.-!! r- fHr.vf v-?'M .ifq.v ' .Interest paid' but Tbr ifallins 'aue .within m ..' r;;;: 1 rivil-Ax :am :-ti , i Salary ;or.pay as ail piBicer Or employee of.the United States:from which a tax has been withheld; .'';f-7- ci 4f'?J-'i;''? : Taxable income (, liable at- the, 'uniform ratetof eiperceat.j-' .;.' Deductions from Income. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JL C. FORl, has jtisti:received a very hnadsfime assortment of large and juedinm sized Travel ing Tnmlk, some of elegant finUh, which will be sold at reasauable prices, n Call and- see them. --ri 000 ,1. fj; TT"'" 'FILING PETITION: M. Thorapsorr, of Erie, in the State 01 rennpyivani, will tafce nonce, tnat rvuiiam Han-born of tlie County of Ashtabula. In the State. f Ohio, did on the 13th dav March. A.D; 1867. File his Petition in the Court of Common Ph-ak, 4i-;Uiif) and for the County of AsntaDuiain said stataoC Ohio, against v . n. lSomp ion. dcfcndaut. setting forth that there was due sakl Wil liam. Sanborn from. tu said V.JIj Thompson, as iudorser on two promisory-riotes, the euni.of Five Thousand Dol lars, with interest ou TwoThousand Dollars.tui reof from January 5, 1S67, and on Three TUoiisand Dollars thereof trom aiarcnw, asc, lorMiMcnine saia wiuiani nanoDrn asks judgment againet tbp said Y. 31,' Thompson, which said prermsorv iiotes.were made1 by James Kennedy & Company. paible to the order of eaid V. M. Thompson. one of which, is' iisted Erie, Pa. December 5th l.s(iT, for wo 'iiujtisana lMman, payable in .ai dftys trom aate, at the 2d National Bank. Erii Pa. and the other dated Erie, Ta. January '3th 1863, for ThreeThou?and DoHars, paya ble in 60 days from date, At the Ocean National Bank Sew York, ' aid both indorsed bv yon, that on said 13th day of March, a. J. lB6J. theaki"Rlinani Sanboni caused an order of attachment to. bo issued in- said action, anV that ment tlieShranff of feaid Cottnty attached. as the pronirty of said Y. M. ThoiODson. the- following described faudx hud tehntnent; to wft : -eltuafe tn tile tOwnhip-of Dorset Asnianaiai'ount'and State of otinx ana known as parts ot ists nnmoers lorty-one, (411 lorty-nmc, t-;i) ana utty, (50) iu said.tmessbip of Dorset and bonndeiland describ ed as foUows, te wit :on the. North, bv lands of . J.; Hill. the Plank ffoad, and the original lotJiues ot Vaid lot (431 forty-one, Jaijt JV the lot hues of -said lot number 43 ; and laxms 01 j. . I'oiiins, on tfic sontn ay lanfl orJ. . Collins and the East and WestCvntre Rod in iaid town ship of Dorset. and.W.sthy lot luiesof lot 41 and 50. and ,. V.. .. T 11:11 . 1 ...... T ., : vji'i ......... r . vy lauuo vi axiii, uijit i aillllj .m bus in .idling more or .kJss, valued at. J6JB0O, and that voir are req'nii eu to answer said petition. uii of before the'2Sd dny of Majv A1D.18U7. ; -r -;c;.! ' ' ' SHERMAN A FITCH, y ;r .. . .. . .. ... r.- u.ioriicj lornaiiuiii. Ash'tabula, March 13, 18GT. : " .. . fit'.K.K) .-. i ' t.. :. ..' .TECS ORIGINAL--; ; , .:. , f HOWE. SEWING MACHINE! ' It is now nbwards f twenty years since "Elias. Ilowe. Jr. completed and put into" practical use the first Sewing time he has spared neithcrnonej: nor labor to perfect his invention, until he has gainer? Hie world wide reputation nf hiinr the best adaut'od to utro of anv machide extant. ' While machines' of othet make are "cither suitable for light or heavy work as they have been constructed the Howe S especially warranted to sew on the finest ma-, terial or heavy cloths or leather in a superior inanacr.i They ara basiiy understood and operated, because thev are simple, contain hut little machinery,- and above all, easily adjusted. .- i! , ' , - . Having along experience with this machine in leather work, and tnewm its good qualities, I have secured the aeuey and aru prepared with a fair assortment to sup- 1 . . t . 1 t i .1. .1 x- 11..: c piy tue PUUIIC, UIIU bisv 1111 x itrrou. .icctuvo, vii, at the shoe store of T. 8 Lay, Fisk Block. . ; - . ." . 1 r.-f v,Wm. CLOVB, Agent. : Ashtabula, March 2(1, 1SC7 Y ; ,:, . Statement of the Condition A OP TII3 North AiiERicAN fire insur ance COMPANY of NEW: YORK, : V ,. -s On the 31st dav of December, I860, raade to the Auditor of Ohio,-pursuant to the statute 'of that State. . fcAprrAf..v.: K' '" ''' 1 ' The amcuntof its Capital Stock, all paid up,is $300,000 00 ft. .. : :-.r .r.SSKTS..' '-. .'-'.: Cash of the Companv'on Jiaud, and in the ; '.-.hands of Agents and other persons.. 61,930 C7 Bonds and stocks owned by the Company,... . 3&T.W U) Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage ' 203,t56J (X) Debts otherwise secured 1 J. .' Sil.SUO Ot) Debts for premiums . , ll.SKfl S!5 All other securitioa..:..;; 63,!K)7 45 Total assets of the Company, : ' ''' ' " ' LIABILITIES. ' .1.....V $753,057 77 Amount xif Liabilities, due- or not due to ' ; ' . banks and other creditors. $25,000 00 Iioiwea adjusted and not, dttc'.V..:'..... ' 11.718 00 Losses unadjusted:. 'JfeUH 31 Losses in supense, awaiting further proof.. . 5,WX) 00 Ail otherclaims against the Company... ' 6,318 18 : 1 -i:-: v .:n Total Liabilities...,......,............. $tt!S0 53 .:t-i.: Mli5ClLLANEOC3. The Greatest omonnt insured in any' risk.'-. ;. '. The greatest amount allowed by the rules to be insured in any one city, town or village and the greatest araous tallowed tobeUii- '-in any one block; .-. - .1 .- ": r -Tim .mniiTrt tfiftii rmittnl fir Mrninfi flenosit- $10,000 0. Xo Kule. , ert in any other state as security for ibssc t - : ' therein.... ,....-V ,.vv...j $35,000 00 Deposite made iu Ohkj as requi red. ' r - ; . - STATE OF XKW -YORK,-' ( .i .-" . Citt and C'ocntt op New York, : -v " James W. 0w, Preiident,'r and John W. -Bi-Encfm, Secreury, of. the North Americau Fire insurance Com-, pany of New York, being severally sworn, deposeand say, that the fbreeoing is a fyll, trne and correct statement of the atfairs ofthe naid Insurance Company, and (hat they are the above described officers thereof. - ,.-i - . . t v; j J; AV. OTIS, -President. V. : p '- r ;. . lw W. ULKClUClv, becrctar. 'Sub9Cribcdand sworn before me, this 12th day of Fcb Sbai.. . ruary, 1867. THO. Lv TUOK.NUilXi -Stasip 1 1 ' - ' Commissioner for Ohio. ; S , OFFICE OF THE AtDlTOK OF STATii, f r. CoLCMBua, Ohio. March 1, laT. C , ' It Is hereiy certified, that the foregoing is a correct copy of the; Statement of tlie Condition of the Norths Aju'erican Fire Insurance Company, of New York, made to and filed inthis ofllec, for the year 1867 ' i stamp. - Witness my hand and seal officially. 8EAI..J v JAJJES. II, GODMAN, Auditor of State. By tfAjutaWu-i-UM, Chief Clerk, - ' . CEIilTFICAT OF. AUTHORITY, ' ,-.. To explr?on the Slst'day of January, 1868. ' : (; i ,-: OrricT op tdVActhtobt op Stats 1 -''' .. '-.,,.,''.' -IkscbXxcb.Depammhjii, ; v. Colujibus, Ohio, February 16, 1S67. J WmtaEAS, The North-American Tha Insurance Cj inpany, located at New York, fh the tate of New? York, has filed in this offi.ee a sworn statement of its condition, as required by thelit sectioBtrf an actTo regulate Insu rance Companies not incorporated by tbaSiate of Ohio," passed April 8, 1850. and amended 'February 9. 1864; and the act to "regulate foreign insurance companies,", passn ed April 5, 18l; and whereas, said company has furnish ed the undersigned fcatisfactory" evidence that iti pos sessed of at least One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dol lars of actual cash capital invested as required by sAid acts; And Whebsas,-said company has- filed in this olQce a written instrument nnder its corporate seal, signed by the President Aud. Secretary thereof, author izing any agent or agents jpf said., Company iu this State to acknowlwdgeserrice-of process for and in behalf of said Company according to the terms of said law. i Now. theeefore. in pursuance of the acts aforesaid. I, James 11: Godman, Auditw of the-State of Ohio, do hereby certity that said No:th American ire.Jnsu, ranee Company, of New Y'ork is authorized to transact the bustaess of Fire Insurance, in. This State until the' thirty-first day of January, in the year f opr Lor4 one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight. In WiTNKys WDERKoy, I have hereunto sdV (scribed my name and caused the seal of my of ' ice to be affixed, the day and year above writ' lea, -" '-- . - -,: I'll-'- --: JAMES n. GODMAN, Auditor of State. i L.S- DfX)" pHOTOQRAPJiy. T h e subscriber JL-1 havinc eneasred the services of 3L- C- Smith, who has had the advantages tf a New York Experience and practice, as an assistant in his gallery, .and flatters him self that his facilities will now enable' him fo take pic tures that will bear comparison with anything in the line;' cither In or out olour large cities., ; ,.fr , r ... . . .. - v . .-!TV- -F.W.BLAKStES:. JUST RECEITELXrFfne fresh, Or'an JrtrtilmMha(lCOcolJnt, ar- -'f-' . " " w nrniivtnii(iiu.''ir npO?ALL WHO ARE, ABOUTr TO A TTILD, Knstic Slate Is what yon want? - Fire proof "1b the fullest wnse. FroM ; cannot cra?! it neither -8nnshJne or water can pcintrute or clii solve It, front the moment it is appUe,--CAn. be pat is any lorm, irom nai, loperpenuicnjar.ji. 1 i l Ope half cheaper tMnShUflale Soon hardens, w as to 'bear nnlnjnred, the weight of a man jumping npon it. Will Mipercede tin roofing that is so expensive and so soon, mated IhrotnitL; Iron Roof ingthat is so costly, and often racks hy its undue weight the structure it covers. Gutta-Percha which always leaks ; Tar and Gravel ditto ; Shingle Hoofing yearly growing more costlv, and is but tinder to evijry ty-ptirk, which at best lime wiH soon destroy.- - k SlffM. 9t?'' INVENTOR. ITEAR ! HEAR Solon Robinson. President of "The Farm?r9,k't1tm,, N'ewYefkT "Aflcifrarral"i:ditor cTlhcT? New Y'ork Tritne, says among other good things he says of it) "Its discover--s jlgrctt Jioon to American Farmers." .--!-- ' " 1 - Tneqnaled as alining for -cisterns, as a "plaster for smoke-houses and oveia.-r T' Siiperior- tO:all Paints. for the preservafion'of. wood from fire or water. Eave guttering, waler tahks, fence posts to which it haa been applied will Jab indefinitely.1 --Lnig known and tried by the inventor, although bat recently patented., , All orders or' inqniric in resrard to PLA STIC LATE,' ior Asntaouta bounty, snenia oeaaaresBearo . ; t BRYANT & DILLEY. Geneva, Ohio. April 4. 1885. " . - ' , , -' , 851. OA AAA Catawba Graje Roos.) The tJ J J v.v subscriber has how for sale - r 30,000 peixy'isladcItaa grape ; . ;'i ROOTS, '-'iy on the most reasonable terms. For particulars enquire at the residence of - LC BREWER. Cohneant,. March 20, 188T. n :-;!, i TEACHERS WANTED. MALE ,or lerfiale',' to engage in the sale of the most popular hook now'jiuDlishcd.' . . V05TEN OF TIIIJ WARi - i Their noble deeds of sacrifice and devotion to tlie, caoe of humanity, a. e here recorded by the bouI' etimng pen of FRANK 'MOORE. ; r ,v. :t One lady received iwxstt-ftts mibscnbers in one Es tablishment: Another agent secured two' hvIdr.d or ders, and delivered the hooks in on month. - Agents write k sells- tbe-eaieet of any book they erersohLSend for circulars and see-our termsand what the press ays ef our work. Address, j - : . NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.. lm8ft 7 ' . ..118 West Foortti-tt.; CinciunaTt, O. TjEMOREST'S -Monthl v Magazine; JL " nhiversally acknowledged the Model Parlor ?,Iago 5-jne.of America ; devoted to Original stories, poems', sketches, -Architecture and -mode cottages, household matters, gems of thought, personal and literary gossip (inclnding special departments on fashlonl; InstrUctioBS on Health, Oymn"tic;-, Eqnrstrian raereUes; mni'ic. Amusements, etc.: all by. the best authors, and profusely and rtisticljr illnstrated with costly' engraviagw (fhll size) usefiil and reliable Patterns', Embroderies. Jewclrj", and a coriotaut succession- of artistic novelties, witlroUi er useAil-and'eotertainint? literature. :j : ! .; "No person of reflnc,uient, .iicenomical housewife, or hdy of taste can afford to do without the Model Monthly. Single enpips 80 -cents; back numbenvas speciniensv'io cents : either mailed free. Yearly, $3, . wkh a. valuable premium : two copies $5.50; three copies, $7,50: five copies, $12, and splendid premiums for clubs at $3 each; with the flrnt . premiums to each subscriber. Address, ,il !: : -' W. JENNINGS DEMORKST, -J' t ,' No 473 Broadway, New Yurie -. Demorest's Monthly and Young'Amcrica, together, $4 with the preminmsforench..'.' rt -i.-viit r- -.vi i,;: The Howe Maclilnc; Company's i i i SEW'IKG 'MACHINE'S, ! 699 BroadwaTi IT eV York; ;-' ! ;- :-v-'. -.t-'L.- - ' - - 1 ?For! Families and Jlamtfacturers.' These .."Vyorld-Itcnouncd" Sowing. 5actilHs Were awarded the highest premium, at the World) Fair m London; and six, First Premiums at the New York State Fair hriba Year ISM,- and in; vt - k : . .Celebrated for Doing v6 Best . Work; ' using a much - smaller needle for the same thread, than any other machine, and by the introduction of the most approved machinery, we are now enabled to 'supply the 1 ": VoryABc6tMacblQe8 in the World. Thesd macliitji-8 aro'imade at our new and spacious Factorv at Bridgeport. Conn, under the immediate su pervision of the' President of -'the -Company-ELlAtf ,1.1,1' 1' , . i . : , ; '. . A '..r.t o : , i . 1 - uun dr. lue uctguiat uiqju.m y vuo quw lug juacuioie. They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sewing, and to the use of the seamstress. Dress Maker Tuilor, Manu facturer of shirts, collars; fkirts, cloaks. JJantillaa, cloth ing, hats, caps, corsets., Boots, shoes, iiarness, saddles, linen goods; umbrelhis, parasolf.&c.- They work etjual ly well Hpon silk, linen, woolen and cotton good. vuh: s'ilk. cotton or linen thread. Thev will seam, auilt, rath er, hem, fell, cord, 1raid. bind, arid perforin very spe cies of sewing, making a Deautilui anu pertect stitcn, alike on both sides 0 the article sewed. '"'"'. f The stitch invented by Mr. IlOWE-. and made on this machine, is Uie most popular and durable, and all Sew- - f . 1 -. 1. : . 1 . .. : 1 t. ing juaeuuies are puujet; iu fcue jru:yipiu imcuim uj him.' : -' ., ' . - . . ., .';.' .- ; i Send for Circular.. : THE HOWE MACHINE COMPANY. , . '. 8M - 699 Broadway, Corner Fonrta Utreet, N. York.' T?GGS ! EGGS. ! The highest; price in 11 Cash paid for fresh eggs by A.S. B1XBY & CO. ,- NOTICE .- :' ' TS hereby given to the qualified electors; -JL nriho lncorjH),atel Village or .A(ntaDuia, ana tne territoryattacbed thereto, for school purposes, that a meetiBLT will be held at Firemen's Hall, in Raid- village.on Satortisy. the sixth day of April, 4W7. at f p. .M., to elect (2) two members ofthe Board of Edik?ation to fill the vacancies occasioned by the expiration-of the terms of service of Q. C. Cullcy and L. M- Crosby, and to trans- Act sncn otner Das-mess as may De necessary. By order of tlie Board. . ;.: Ashtabula, Mar. li '67. " .' S98-W4 . - GEO.W.IlICiaN'SON.Clc'rk. TILLAGE ELECTION. THE o' ali ieil-electors .ofthe Incorpo 'ated Yillaj-of Ashtabula are hereby notified to meet St the M .vor's office in said village on Mondajv the first ci;.y April, a. d. lHti7 that being the first- Monday iu April, between the hours of (9) a. M.and () six o'clock p. - of said nay, and then and there elect by ballot ' One Mayor, One Recorder and. Five . Trustees, to serve for the ensuing vcar - - - ' .Attest: ' ; : II. L. MORRISON, Mayor. . - ED. H. FITCJI, Recorder. ' : :' Ashvibtila, Mar. 12, Y7. - ; ... 80S-w3 JoiIX M. ! I'EN DLETOX, ' Commis- sion Mcrcltant for the Purchase aud Sale of - . . Domestic Fleece and JPuIIed YooI, ..; , ,, Jvo. .43' Broadway.- X. Y.: , j Cash Advances made.' : Corlsifnracnts Solicited ; General or yotial larket Reports -furnishtxi . .. !, ..' - at request. , .w . ' ... . ... , --KEKEKKXCKS: , ; ! ) ' ')-., II. F. VAIL, Cah!er Naf Bank of Commerce, N". York.. Messrs. BOOKMAN, JOHNSTON & Co., New York. Messrs; WRDON, McMlLIAN & Co. Cleveland, Ohio. W. P. WESTFALL, Cash; 1st Na.Bk, Minneapolis. Min. TilO : ARTHCR, Cash 1st Nat. Bank; Newton, Indiana. Messrs. FORD, DIXON !fc. Co. t. Louis, Missouri.,-. Awl to anv P-anker throc.out the country - having! 5ew York Correspindents. fitn3;K : QOXSXITUTlbxjBltt '-THE BEST TOXIC - ; - ' . AND STRENGTHENING BITTERS : ; i ... i ... : .. IX USE..,... ' .: . ;. , .... '' ' " - " '" . f,J ' ' ' ' ;klso,ns m6st delightful' ad-pzhiierkiTp ' ' V " ; MEDlOIITAi ' BEVERAGE;; A wine glass full of CONSTITDTION' KTTFRS three "''' ' timeffa day will be the best preventative " ' ' ' "' ' " . " of disease that can be used. ' COXSTITUTlOx ' BITTERS '. '. i , ! ' 'it' CTRH :"! ' V''' '- : ':'"-' ". -; . r 'f ! i i l -. i .1, i. i , :. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and Costiveness, -.Prevenfs Fever and Aguey find all BiHious Diseasea. 1 They are the ; ;:' Stomach Bitters of .the Age! " SoxT-rfci'-' ctj 23oxxt?o3T, ' :' ..-',. DRUGGISTS, BUFFALO, N.' T. '',' ; '. ' 1 They also -prepare the --; '' '' ' ' : '-" " Alisnia for tlie Hair, ; " '"'-'st : which Ib the-Best ' ':-' Hair Kestorerj'Renewer arid Dressing. now in the market. It prevents Baldness.1 freea' the head from Dandruff, and .thoroughly jeradicatee aildi" eases of the scalp. - r . Sold in Ashtabnla. by,.-'J CEO. WllU , cod Vy Dntffgutt geuertlqrr' L 2 1-W3 s mm?; lillif-M Mill 1lll'lllHl I blace; ca P'RAS raspbeekt: .1 . A'TTJEK a tlioron rial e i great va- li Hefr; of sons, we iy conv ncea 3tnr: ior fami 1 v n5 ihis fn the ranr.best lasDbem- tn cultivation- NliSs extremely trdy, r pinc,-avl xcelieut for pies, sauce, drying ana canning. - ... - Abont two dozen plants will produce TipplT of fruit for a common family. Well sorted jhinU $ljjer don. - -'; - . STORRS, HARRISON CO. Painesville, March 15, 1867. 899-4t Doors, Sash. BJinhv iMouldinira. Scroll-work. Turning, or "Builder's Xtateriala,., that they have 'been refitting their ; aad idfllnr New Machinery, at their eld stand, where they have a Urge stock, and are well pre pared with the test af Seasoned Lumber and I'oin Detent Workmen to do anvthinf in Out, gootfas the best, and cheap .asthe, cheapest , t .1 .i Coal.--We are also prepared to furnish a verr urt. or article of semi-Bitumenoas Coal by the ear load or ton : - - - Thankful for' th liheral; patrbnagf of 5 the past, they hope for a continuance of the same. Price Lists furnish ed on application. .... Ashtabula, March 8, lSffT.-1"; 'x ' 5,3 807 SasJi 9 Jilin'ds.and Doors, ' THE . subscriber haying supplied his Establishment, with the . '. " , '. - ""'' .', " ; BEST mACHEXEltT . - ; T .'; In use, and, secured the scr'icca-of some ol . the very - -. VMJest Tleehanlca,. . V . .; and provided hlmseld with a large stock of strporior Thoroughly Seasoned Pine and other Lumber, is prepared to furnish; good quality of ', " Blind", Sa and Doori,;,: as can he found In Cleveland or elsewhere and af Clcre land List rcipes. ,,u . . , , ( .. . . "N; B. ' Constantly on handa fnll stoelc of' bevel ash and door blinds,- made to order, on short notice Forties-wanting the above articles will do well 4 eall be fore bnyinyr elsewhere. '- Planing, scroll and other saw ing done to order. A full assortment of erdwif and oth er moulding on ImiuiL Office and shop opposite- church park. Main street. ,. .i.,. j ...! Ashtabnla, Feb. Iff, rSW. - ' Q. C. CTJLLEY. Con'corct Grape Vines, '-' FEW' TIIOUSAXD PLAXTS. yet left of this healthiest of all Grapes. Kememht that tjUiai the. Grape that took the j' i u'.-j?? f .5. vj .. ?- crIy Prize-' or $100, as the best grape for general cultivation. ": ' No. 1 Strong One .YearTmc 'id per 100. " NcV3 " ; ; One .Year Yines 10 jier ioa .:. . " ''. . . No. 3. ' One Tinea C per igo. V ' Alsoj all other tinds of Tines and anrserr stock." " ' STORKS, UARRISdN & COV Painesville, March 4, lf7. " 4ty9T (jIIEEX.u6uSE;ana Bedding Plania. ' ' st0rrny Harrln & Co y-i y of Painesviila, 'have jiwt from the press,-their Spring Catalogne of New and Old BeddinPlants,1 Roses, &c. which they? will" moll (3 all 'applicants who' ioclcse-a sramp 10 prepav posnpre. y , .- Painesville, March S.IHOT.' ;-' -- ' - - ' 6t897 ? Isabella and Cdtdtoba- ." .' G"RAPE TXESby the 100 or 1,000 ;.. Year Old No.! i TincJ-$10 per 1,000. : .Year OliXo. 2 Viae $30 p'oTl.OOO. ii'? Inquire at the '- PEREW TTNTAHD. tast Ashtahula, March 4, 1887. , .t . - . , , 8SJ7 T . A-MI ! LAMPS.I-rA , XEW-,; VA- -L riety and improved styles,, cheap at our store. r O-PAinXEKSIIIP-I have .this dav associated with me Mr. C C. Sooth ..under the name and stvle of YV'ells & Booth. - " ' Ashtabula, O., Mar. 11, ISU7. S58-W?. 8. B.YVELLS.' E the undersigned having formed' a Co-partnership, nnder the name and stvle of ..l!!4Wells&Bolh, and fcclinar the honorable oosition of the wast firm to have received the - approbation cf Tfs patrons, have only ta say tliut wa trait both t meet- and receive the generous pauonagenerewiore bestowed on the old firm. ... S. B. WELLS, Ashtabula,. Mar. It, 'C7. -' 839-w3 r C. C. BOOTIL r Of JXTEREST TQ EVERY LAPt, Dr. Clark's -Femalb Tosnc will cutb alf Fe male Diseasesj r .A private Circular of vital interest to every Married Lauy, and scut to none but warned ladies. Send ior circular, inclose letter stamp.. . . , .. , . - 3. 6. CLARK, M. IX . . -V1 1 Office No. 121 Ontario street, ' . SPTeom -- Cleveland, Ohio. A QUGAR HOUSE SYRUP A FIXE I quality for sale at SWIFT'S New Drns: store. s UG.UJS AX TEA JUST RECEL vedat - r .- -. : SWIFT'S. 1 LI1TLE MORE OETIIAT QUAL- y1 X V ity of tea said to. be the "best in tlio Uaited King dom,", by one who.has drank of it, for sale at SHIFTS. RAISIXS, CURRAXTS, CITROX, ' Flavorin? Extracts, Crackers, Corn Starch, Soda, Saleiatus, Ginger. Pepper and-Allspice, scorched Java Coffoc and ground Coifees, at ;'- ' v8V'lFT3..i pOXF E C TI O X AR I E S, COUGH Candy, Candied Cardamons, and Fiair Root,- i..:. ........ 1 ' at SWIFTS. qIIIS EXDLESS "WEATHER PRO- A.- dnces coutrhs and colds, and an emllet Tariety of Coni,'h Kemediea can be found at SWIFTa New Drug store. . 13ERFUMED HAIR OIL BY THE -L 'pint or bottle. Brushes A 'splendid assortment' of Hair rPEETH BRUSHES, CLOTH BRUSII- JL- es Hat Brnshps shavln? Brnshe, Lon? Combs, short Combs. Cnarsn Combs, Fine Combs, Ptcket Combs-, uuu v-ircie uiinnt. ior saie - i""" ATEXT 3IEDICIXFS OF EVERY .i description, . ;. - atSWIFTa. PHYS I C I A X S' PKESCKiraOXS carefully compounded by CHAKLE3 E. SWIFT. TT IS BEYOXD DOUBT THATTHE X Morninir (ilory base bnrnlB' parlor or shop coal stoves for economv, style and real comfort excelt and is the best in the market Call and see i,t In operation at wtrstore. ' - - - - 4 A. li. KIXBY & eO." H":: Units Savage . AS ON nAND athisOlil.Stand corner of Mala a Viae8treets.ua . '- - - , Assort merit of Farnltnrc, - consisting of Cane and Wood" Scat Chair, Bedsteads, Bnreans, Centre, Extension aud Quartette Tables, Wash stands, Ae-whk-h he will sell at reduced price to make room for a New Stock, now in progress. ----- ... .Ashtabula, December 23, isUS. - ' M887. TILLAGE PROPERTY. A good ' ' Two Story Honse and Lot for sale, on Sycamore Street. Anv one wishii to purchase .will do well br callin? on K. Fuller, at the Ashtabula Brewery, back of tue tanners' National Bank. Ashtabula uuio. Possession given immediately if wanted. " . 893 PORALE, A- - acre in size,! A house nd lot 1-5 of an ;.-t)loa.iairtW rluatea In the vriJasre of Ashtabnla and well stocked with fruit, such as straw berries, 48 grapevinea of the choicest varieties, just com ingjnto bearing, a variety of apples, peach tnd cherry trees. Apply to the subscriber on the premises. Ashtabula. O., Jan. 1st, 13G7. 88 - J. L. PAINE. COMFORT "AND CURE FOR THE RUPTURED. I -Seat postpaid Sent E 5 I iftPTitVi. mSISStJj ceipt of IP Ajr rrtaia Ir ILR POOTE. ' -ua , . Sent in a sealed envel ope on receipt of 10 cts. Address Dr. E.B, Foote, SEYMOUR TORREY, of Ashtabula, is agent for Dr. Footo'a Sight Sharpeners, for thi ypgg? trMrJe miiT be had j colli" J kft reT Aabtabohr, Janry trlil- - , r Wi DQOLITTLE Cry--tm our eyes mads Jra'Uy-r'-J':-li'-v??'3 - - - ' J i'i- ttSfi&frll ia -ity. without doctor tt BfcWfcTyM Sent postpaid Oil re. fhT ' Dr. a B, FOOTE. -$lZ?7?&Z&;&?zi 11:30 Broadway N.Y. T Wiffl ,; U30 BroadY. ' 1 ' 'J 1 k 1 c bMi cr en a UcoLle g b$X. 'I .OK-iifTKltUJOY .W5 ' ;- -r- ,- . . i PcrraaaenUj Established & Eeauti&lrj Lowt v: ,--.-. :- ji.- " v - - ia' " . r.-f .t -f r :-.-"!; KLXGSVILLE," OHIO, r. is,.. . - r; Mtrox E. Barrett, ; 1 -?-- ---A. J cdson Babbitt; a: k: ( Proprietor. Stephen P. Barrett, a. . ' if K " '.' .- --" i .ir i , . . -! -' ' ''. ;----- . - ; ; tt"--. t--a-i-.u A splendid opportuDity for Yong Mea to mcik th' ' - Right' Kind of Traiaing. " ."'. :' ' ' '.. Vi t- t ,:ra- ' . --':.;:--;..'; y. '' - ji'-: ::: i -..ijfj'i-c""'- --:-.- .- i-:- :- f -.. ii j .? r Great Sttperierityln tbi ArstetnolaitrMttea iUrCJIij .... combining both .l ,117.',7 A MO t il - i - :.. --'..),..--., which gives- to the Stndent a thoroaghiieee and rapidity of improvement which no other piaa caa: impart, eee forming a powerful stimulent to the attainmeat. cuf the other. . - ;.t ; -- t,-.:-j The attention of theyowog sad Middle aged ef keth lexet, and of - -. . - - -7 : . ..t ---i.i- : .-'Vita a j.Ti.ir ''.. m ,-" :'V PARENTS Ajro' cuiRDIsC T . .:-- .T.V.ill i .! throughout the country, is respeetfh;1y -tclidfeX at If fording to young men and. women with the least pcMlele expeneeof .. . ,; j A r.tV.tf.UtA n." 't.:.- ' . .ii-j'fl .1- - ;'.'. L-''. -A .';!f .:'. I -.- ia. : TIME AKD MONET jt : iitr A sound and practical educatloa la '.''s 1 i U .1 -;--;.;f ! SINGLE ,AND; .DOUBLE , ENTB 4BOOJ And Its application to all branches of Vozfaesa. Penmanship,: : :, -f;.:t : Comtaercial Calculations, J ui . Business Correspondence, ' " Business Arithmetie. ' ' ' "ISii--' Modern Language,"; Mercantile law, -'.'--v. . : r.i.W .":.. !-- ! Telegraphj ? :-i.sir:i - '7- -7" : m . And th General L7r tv , ; TRADE AXP COMMERCE. - - -l -..4 :-. .t ,-: ,i: i :' A .'.t,i ..tltH.fi1Z'ymi . ;.-I2M'JH .;' ' ,; .'. -.-;. ' '--'... -f. -;-;.-;' - '. -.-I-.-1 ': THE KLNGSVILLE COJtSRCIAL ? COL LEGE IS ONE OT THE MOST MAGXIFICIEXT BUILDIXG: ... .. .. O. . - On the Western Reserve. Whose epaeionf apartments are elegantly fcrnisbed with Butines Offices, Desks, Tables, Chairs Blackboards and every conceivable -Us- . provement that can promote the comfort- and mcillute the .... ; :- .. -. :.i I :: U .tt PROGRESS OP STUDENTS- Being sufficiently remove I firm the disturbing, tights., sounds and atmosphere of srret life, sad fron ue -vice of our large cities, tt insures those quiet end heel thy conditions necessary to the unimpaired application ana cheerful progress of pupils, presenting U uixct alLth-aW DELIGHTFUL . HOiLE. ' '.' , . v, - ?.f r'-ti i . . - -. . -'-,. '-r'i .- ': . . 1. .-r- . T .. - " .- '.-" . -. . - ,; , u. Jr I.', f.-i i ' '. ... '. : " -'7 -'.-'.-- -.": .'C-.-j---- Yotrngmen end women before expeodiag thel mon ey for a business education should thoroughly Investi gate exilities offend by thedifferealScheols-Vwt.iaTU their potronage. - , "''"". Remember that high sonndiag pretentions an4 great display in themselves amount to nothing. Go where you can obtain the best advantages with the least, ex- ' pensc of time and money. - - ' ; . Come te Kingsvills sad examine the advantages of a ,.iS.u.:.K t:' v 7-s .mi t .win :i;n;i 777, '7-7 HOME INSTITUTION L- . Before goag slsswhrev , ,ftf: , . i .- i . : . r - ' - 1 - SEND US :NAMES. 7-77-:1 inn.u,nMTt,M niHTv written.' the same ef 30 yon n? men or women, lfkely w be ir.wdJ PZl ing a business education, we win forward I by ma l, Wt pa?d,"How1o do Businesses manual orvraUiiI sr fairs, era sheet of OffHandFlonrishingfWm the peftof Professor Barrett. Send as only one nsine from a fami ly, and not ever SO from a iU town or Tillage. . ". :; ," . ," "'.. -. .u." r.rs6 . . " . . '" . ' . -: - -; '-' ; - - ' - - ' ' ,.' - : .'.-v. -J s,7--:; ,.e.JU A 1.UIV .- .' ;"".' f . - - ' "- v;- v":'7l; 7 ; f . . SPECIAL PREMIUSL. ' ' To sot person ia the county, who win atereiit Aenss pelves in our behalf sad introduce a stadeat for tho ttSl coarse, either personally or by letter, w offer aa4 wiil send by mail, postpaid, eae e( Barrett's OnUaa Goid Pens, , ... v, . . ' . - .. . . - , - . "--: -:. ,;';.-;.. :- - 7 i: ' , 1 t J I . T" - Fun partfcnlarecoBeeralnrthe Coeneof Zostractkra, pecimens of Penmanship, Notes, Drafts, Ac, - tue4- la the College, may be obttined by sddreslrg - .'., -.'-' n. E. BARBKTT,.rrlw?rilr 1 .."' ; . -. : -'." AJr.gtrCe.Olilew . v i,'J '