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Township Cacoev-A MKET1NQ of. the Union.'
eeOfAftae-owieni T AhUbala,Wl b held at xTremen's Hall, n Saturday Evening March 80, to put in: aimlMtioTAioaTfctoWMiporteda(theKcc-: . tion oe Vondav. AdiH lit. II. C. TOMBES. ) . O I II O . U TSftcjiHT r AfeStfT. J-Comm March 18, 19fTC. - . H. L. MORRISON'. ) ators of the Village of AsbtAbula,will bo b&W at Fitfz- ntxk'KaaJ on Batardar Ewnlnif .' March 80, to put In ''fctoafniltioa Union Ticket to. be supported at the ele6- tlon oa Monday April 1st. H. C. TOMBES, H. FASSETT. . '. VCOI Comm. ; March 18. 1867. " ' - II. L. MORRISON, 10 Reward. IV P"bablj near the Depot, March Kth, a LADY'S GOLD WATCH.- The above re- ward will be paid on leaving it at tMa office. Scle-1 KxhlfcKln," An Exhibition of the Union Schools of Ashtabula,' w ill be given at Clarendon Ball, on Friday evening March29Ui, the "benefits to be applied to securing, for the use-of the Schools, such little articles of convenlenec,and tarteM they need, and for which the chool'tuudinikcs no provision. J. B.'cokt, Supt. Admittance fee K Cents half price for children. , Card' Pfcotograahst-NEW STYLE. The new style ef Cabinet-Photographs are now taken at Albert's Gallery. He is StUing Off at prime cost, his Photograph ; Album andMouldtng Frame.- A word to-the wise, tc. ' A young woman, of suitable qualifica tion, desirous of learning to set type, may find a place at thls'dfflce.' j . Clock's Excelsior Hair Eestorer. 1 onTy Hair Restorer in the market . JLwhioh possesses all the merit claimed for it . . " t Clock's Excelsior Hair Restorer. The colkief&Ctlf3frBeet6rer' and- Hair Creasing com- Clock's JceUiot Hair Bestorer. - The enly Hair Restorer known where, the proprietor re ...... lands the money if it fail to give - ... ."-perfect aatibflicUon. r.rCfcckVExceisioj Hair Restorer. fcaed and recommended by the Clergy and the Faculty. Mt- ,ir Clock's Excelsior Hair Restorer. ' Warranted to restore gray hair to its original cojor. Stop hair from falling oil and restore hair on bald ' " heads where the disease is not " ' " , Clock's Excelsior Hair Restorer. Win not stain the nicest linen or the finest bonnet St -T?7-r. svyp. 7 ock's Excelsior Hair Restorer. ' , Stand far abort all other preparations tor the hair. : ?. i U . i ' ' i - : . i i i - f '-- tjioci'a Excelsior Hair Restorer. ' ; A ainea: trial convinces the most skeptical of its value, i , jCjock's.ExceUior Hair Restorer. Once nee it and yott will always nse it. ' -' Qock's Excelsior Hair Restorer.. ' Is sold everywhere by Drnggieta, at.fl, per battle, or . f - 5BotUe for$5." Call for " ' Clock's Excelsior Hair Restorer. it ' and take no other. ."' s ;r. B. Clock, Proprfetor; ' ' Manchester, s. H. IT. A. ITcndrr Agent, Ashtabula. Aabtabula, March 16, IST7. Sm89S SPECIAL NOTICES. Helmbold's Extract Bucbu-. and Improved Rose Wash cares secret and delicate disorders :n all their atagea, at little expease, littl or no change o diet,, ao inconvenience -and no exnos are; It is pleaxaut in taste and odor. Immediate in its action, and free from all iuju-- none properties. - . - Fernch China. Middle of the Block Cooper In-j etltflte, JJew York. Iladley is conbtafllly receiving large Invoices ef French China, of New and beautiful shape, at one-half the ueiul selling prices. " . White French China Dinner Sets, 138 pieces, $30,001 do do "-f -do"; Tea . 44" .- 7,00 do do do Dinner plates per dov 2.C0 do do do Tea 44 14 1,50 r'. io . - , do ?t5. do Caps -and cancers, S4 pieces 2,00 -J French Cat Goblets, per dozen, " 2,50 i Also Fancy goods in China, Dinner, Tea, Toilet Sets, 1 White Parisian stone Ware, Cot and pressed. Glassware, Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, c, Ac, at equally low prices.' ; Goods packed to go all over the world, by ex press or otherwise. House furnishing goods in large va riety. Remember "-" ..:- - ' - ' . . HADLETS, Middle of the Block. tVSendJ for Cataene9T Vo eonnectkm with corner" st ores." v 899-m3 Tbe Glory of -Man is StrentU-Therefore the nervon and debntatedhbuld immediately use Hruf tou'a Sxtkact BrcHU. . . " ' .CrsxrRPASSEO ETraanttsE. It baa been a subject o rbnder among hose engagcd'.in' businesa.'education, and indeed amons business men generally, how and why the business colleges at Oberlln, 0 lio and Hinsdale, MIchlganJ, meet with eo unexpected eucceesa The truth is and we conimend their example to ur advertisure the energetic and justly popular proprietors of these In stitutions do all they advertise, They dont believe that blowing an4 ieoeptiea pay- This accounts for their access unparalleled in the history of Business Colleges. We advise our young friendi to attend the institute at QberQn, and thna get a Diploma which signifies some thlng with boslaeas men. - I. - r. ; 8-886 . . : ".i R. SCltEXCK.S PVLBICKIC SYRUP. This great mediclnecured Dr. J. II. Schenck, the Pro prietor of Pattnonary Consamptaou'-wnen it had itftjpm edlu moat formidable- aspect,, aaut when speedy .jleath npcaredto be .inevitable. His physcianspcouoanced I4acaeci&carab)e,when he commenced the n?e of this implebnf powerful remedy., QIs health waOestFjrcd in a very short time, and np return of this disease has befingncehended, for all the symptonss quickly Idisa p paaredy and bis present weight la more than'fvro tran- dred pounds. vr v'i ''.-, '-it -r. -'lt'.- ' Since his recovery, he has devoted ' his attention ex clusively to the core rf -Consnntptjon, .and the diseases which are usually complicated with it, and the cures Affected by his medicines have been very namerous and truly wonderful. Ira. ScHesck's makes professional Tlslts to several of the K.'ger cities weekly, where he has a large concourse of patients, and it is truely aston- , iabintoeepoor coneumptivee that have to be lifted out of their carriages, and in a few months healthy ro bust persons. Da. SCHEN'CK'8 PULMONIC SYRUP, SEA-WEED TO MC, and MANDRAKE PILLSare gt ne rally all required in caring Consumption. Full directions accompany each, so that any one can take them -without eelngDn. ScHEscEbut when it is convenient It in best toeee him. Be gives advice free, but for a thorough ex- - amraarinn, with his Resplrometerhls feels three dollars. Please observe, when purchasing, that the two like aesaesf the Doctor one when inthe last etage of Con sumption, and the other as he now Is, in .perfect health -are on, the Government stamp; ; . .. . " . . -''Sold by all Drusgista and Dealers. : Price fl CO per Dottle; or f7 SO the half dozen. Letters for advice should always be directed to Dr. Schenck's Principal Office Ku' U Sttrih 6th Street Philadelphia,. Pa.. 'vv v ... .. General Wholesale Agents r Demas Barne? 4 Co., Jf. ti 8. S. HaUce,Baltimorej Md John D Park, Clncin. Mtl. Ohio; Wflker & Tay lor, Chicago, 111.; Collins Bros., Bt. bonis. Mo.'"' ' - ": ' '- ' " ' :. .yo. 8.-lyT9 n Idstrrtas; and -Celibacy An Essay of Warn ing and lnstruLtion for Youug, Men.'. A1eo Diseases and Abuses which .prostrate Ui vital powers, vrith SMre means of relief. Sent free of charge in sealed letter 'BTclopeaA Addrcos, Dk J. SKlLLI2i EOUGUTOK, ; " ' 855-y . -' Howard Asociation, Philadelphia, Pa. IJlanhood and .Tbuthfol ' Vigor are regained by UsxKBOLD'a Extract Brctir. ; r - - - - Blades Euplaoulal . Lubricator. The people's Moat Sure and Effectual Remedy for Coughs, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Catirrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Diph thcria, ana all Pulmonary Diseases.; "The iMbricatoe H a inedlclhal preparaUon- in the form of t .Zozenge which of, all modes ia the moat pluasaiit and convenient. ' They contain no deleterious ingredient, and are' Warrati ltd to be always safe even for the weakest and most een sltlv stomachy In Croup they give immediate teluf. Tor Coughs and Colds they are invaluable. , . f! For, Catarrh, Atthmd and Bronchitis they have no equal' In the market. (videCertiflcates accompanying each box.) JHptheria, that dreaded and desolating disease, they con trol wonderfully and almost Immediately. .... ; - i No Public Speaker, Singer or Teach'er, should be with-' flt them, as they remove hoarseness and strengthen and dear the voice. ; ". "",'"' , j ... ,J jtyAlways use them in timcTand If the symptoms are. severe use very freely. - J. IL BLADES 4 CO., Prop's,"! . . .. . . . . . . -' Elmira, N. Y. 8TROXG 4 ARMSTRONG, Wholesale Agents, . . . . - Cleveland, Ohio. For saU bv H. A. HEXDRY, Ashtabula. Ohio. KO-y Pf" SWEET OPOPONAX FltOM MEXICO f New, ery rare,' rich and fashionable perfume. The finest eve import ad or manufactured in the 1" tiled tatc. Try Hand becoaviaced.-- .-- ..,- r. " Shattered Constitutions Restored by the Use - ct EELXBOLD'a Ettbact BucHtr. This is the seaeon forcouch-and coldt those nffer lag with such, or anv affection of the throat or luncs, wfll find Dr. Strickland's 'Mellifluous Oongh Balsam" n xeaUent remedy ; in fact, all his medicines are worthy the coB&dence of our reaaers.-r-&ee advertisement. '. . s Card Pbotarrapba only. S3 per dozen. 100 dif ferent tryrw ef Picture' Trames at New York Prices, at - ' A". ALBE'TALLEET. ot " BY; JAMES : EEED. Cv. Tws Dollar a Year invariably In Advance. Local & Miscellaneous. Paatoral Vlalt The friends of Rev. G. M. Terr hill will make him a Farewell Pastoral Visit, at his re eidence, on Monday Eyeoing, AprU Jat, to which all are President Llrcrmore ofirieadTllle College will occupy the desk of the Congregational Church in this village, on Sunday, the ?th t April,, morning and afternoon, 'at tne" nenal'b6nr8J6f worship " 2t ; Satbbook Poet Office, has by the resignation of L. Motsoh, gone into the hands of Mr. B. Bates, at the corners, whs has received hja appointment.-, Ko reference to politics. ', u, ' . We acknowledge the receipt of a copy of thb Land Of fice report for 1SGU, from Senator Ferry, and Riots in New, Orleans, the same year, and the Message and Documents' for 18(567, from Gen. Garfield. . . . . v -? The Farewell Sermon of the Rev. G. M. Tcthill, will be delivered in the Congregational Chureh on Sun day Morning, next. The Rev.tMr; M'Giffert will supply the desk in the evenin?. bv u-av of xchaDe. With the Sabbath's services closes- the pastoral relations between- r. l utnni ana tne congregational cnarcn anaroocieiy. Tbongh his connection with'this people has been of short duration, the influence of bin 5rlcYity and christian devo tion, will not be without enduring results. ,- , : 1 Bcrolart. The store of Messrs. Tyler A Carlisle was entered dnrine the night of Saturday the 16th by means of false keys, and as near as can be estimated, property of the lighter and more valuable kinds, to the amount ef some $o0 taken. A basket readv for removal, and a bundle ia the same statt of readiness, were found npon the counters, and the door open, encouraging the conclu sion of SURPRISE. Our erood friends. Mr. and Mm. Mansfield, were slight;, and wettnaine, pleasantly, surprised last Fri day eveninz. Tlie member of thp. Prnsbvterian Church and congregation, apj reciating their long and faithful services in lealing and sastaining the praises of the eanct nary, felt a natural desire, in some wav, to testify this ' appreciation. ' Air. M. and family were invited- to spend the evening: at a neighbor's house, and as tliey were beginning to won der whether said neighbors had forgotten that they had physical wants, a call at the door summoned them home to see somebody who-was in most pressing baste. So, with a promise to return as soon as possible and enjoy ' the long delayed snpper, tbey sallied honier They found their home forcibly taken possession or. by a compnuy that, evidently, had no fear of the law before their eyes, and but little resnect lor the sacred risrhts of DroDertv. They were hurried into the parlor, and were proceeding wj ntaiie umiuf s goou-naiureoiy as was practical unaer euch asrravatinz circumstances with their self-invited guests, when they were snddenlv called to order by our friend, J. P. Robertson, who forthwith delivered them an appropriate address, briefly detailing their.many ser vices, and exDressinffthc ohliVntinDs tTthecoraoeBV. At Its close, the erowd in one corner of the room separating, two eiegant easy-cnairs were pushed rorwara, ana pre sented to them by Mr. Robertson, in the name of a grate ful con ere?a tion. The rest nart of the nrosrramme was. an addret-s by Mr. Vansfield ; bnt this was not forthcotr.-' ing. He looked what he felt. The pastor of . theichurch, in a few words. exDressed the hone that Mr. M. and his good lady would accept the gift more for the feeling mai prorapiea it, tunu ror its inherent value; mat tor many years to come, the ieopie mightenjoy the privele-e of being'lcd in their nraiees to God, by those voices long so famillier and eo dear. The ladies, as usnnl. were thonohtrhl of the wants of. physical "nature; and the snpper, which had' been so nnnccoiintablv delayed, was in due time, forthcoming. It will not be out of place to add, by way of comment, that seldom has a gift of the kind been as worthily westowed. Tenfold such a "ift would not express the obligations of the etmprezatitSi for errices. in every gd word and work, which thev could notattempt to rcay. Xew Goons-. Smith & Gilket, arc alreadv' n hand with Fresh Spring : GoodsPrints and various other ladies poods, that we can only allude to in . Ibis brief way this week, hoklinsr. their adv. over lor our next number. A cull in the mean time, will, "We snp'pose, be in order. Lake Shore Ministerial Association will meet dh Tuesday, -the 2d of April, in Collamer, at Rev. Jlr. Sharp's - - The Spring Elections. The 'Spring' Elections in Ohio,, for township' village end city officers lake place on the 'first Monday,' which this year happens to fall on Ihe first dny of April. t ' rv- J . ;.; " We trust' oar Colon friends, -will h3t in the least relax tlieir customary efibrts, as they may be assnr'd that every 'cop' will be at the polls arm-, ed and equipped with ft simon-pure 'democratic', ticket Ie.t no true XTnion man stay away from the poJIs thinking that it is 'only, a. local matter and will all come out right, , Let us keep our majorities", intact, andthereby afford no aid. or comTort to the party in sympathy with the ene- mies of the nation and of human progress and human n?hts. .-1. - ' . t ; . v ' ' - Painesville.—From the Telegraph. SL Grees, Pastor of the First Church last SabbathSaiptized sixteen persons, immersed two others, and received thenrtauo the church. VLnst Sabbath morniu? the- Ffrst'" Church. Pamcsville, held a communion service. The ' house was crowded 5 seats in; the-ailaes.. were 1 needed to accommodate'the large numbers pres- 3 cnt.. 'There was no sermon, the reception of members taking the place thereof. , Sixty-seven persons had bepn previously propounded for ad mission; on profession of their-'falthi These were all present, excrpt a very few who were prevented by sickness and providential causes. Paper Colla rs. Ingenuity seems not to have exhausted Uselfja its rapge of application of pa per to dress and personal adornment- A beauti ful article of embossed 'collars for ladies have been sprung upon the market. 'and ' from" his varied stock, Dick .has added quite a feature to the comeliness, and loveliness of the editorial household, '' . " - 5Iatchk$. J. . L. iiEK, At the . Depot, -. is making a very good article of .friction matches wi'h w'hich he is desirous of supplying the home demarid, and as every thirg tltat' goes to build up, ncourrge. or sustain domestic industry among us, contributes to local wealth, com for and happiness, our cilizens will not henitatQ, we persume, to give him their patronage and cn-couragement- ,"- .. We are pleased to notice that Pierce & Hall keep withthe times in their iine "of . business, We were through this establishment lapt week, where Ve saw Just opened a choice and beauti ful selection of Spring Clothing o every variety and fashion 'adapted to men and 0033 wear. They have also just received a large and full stock xf cloths, which for neatness nad beauty of style, they claim- to be' ahead of anything they have ever before opened. ' Our. young friends seeniTtdbe qualified for the business they are engaged in, and seem determined to rank as high as any in their trade! 1 We are al ways pleased to encourage worthy, endeavors and therefore say success be with them ! Adv. nest .week. . . ..- . 6, 'in Sarx. It is safe to say that no better saleratus can be. made than D. B. Deland Co'a Dent Chemicdt. Besides Is full weight, and that is more than can be said of other Salt rAtus. - " . . - , . -, ' ; .Bcsixess is Clevplaxd. The past week has shown a decided improvement in the trade of Cleveland.: : The large retail -House of1 1. P. Sherw-ood is now doing a very active. trade. Sherwood has been receiving an immense stock of Spriug Goods, which is offered at 'extreme .ly low prices. The woolen departmant of the House is the largest and the finest.; Sherwood is -offering deeided bargains in Cloths and r Cas 6imeres.'.. The'.Cassiiiicrcs .which.' he retails at $1,00 and )!l,25 are worth $1,75 and $2,00. He is making a special sale of-Domestic and house keeping goods, and is retailing Madder. Prints at 12"c. .- - . .. A Lakgk Pckchase. I." P., Sherwood has purchased from the agents of Messrs. Odin RovK maia & Co.,! the balance of their stock pf yard wide Frenc h Pints, and is retailing them i.fc25 cents, the price has been 60c v "'.- .-;-. ; 4; -.; Still Lower Prices ! Notwithstanding the in creased duty on wool and woolens,- I.-P; Sherwood, ef Cleveland, has opened the Spring with Sdll LowerPrices. lie is offering splendid Mohair Dress Goods at 31 cents. One year ago they were c!!ingut 60. cents. "He is selling Heavy gray twilled Flannels at SI cents. - At the pres ent prices of wool they would cost 6Q cents to man ufacture. Sherwood is making a Bpcclal sale of Gros, Odin, Eomaln & Co s 4-4 French Pruils at 23 cents a yard. One year ago these celebrated goods were retail lngat60c. ' . i : '-'- - -',...., .V -y - -v . . . Ecclealastleal Coniicll. ' ; - 1 Pursarnt to a call of the' First Conreeation al Church of Ashtabula,- Rev, Geo.; M. Tuthiil, pastor,. concurring, . an Ecclesiastical Council convened within said Cbnrcb, March 25th, 1867, 2 o'clock, r. m. - 1 '" '-";''' . ; ' ; 11. 4 - Is -tS!" ' ' ' The foilbwIngCongT C&ufches werefepre i'MaM.m?'&zr. C'W.-.Tdrrr.pastor,- C. W. Cleveland Plvmouth Church Ira Lewis." Painesvftte'-iTirBt j RevII:' C; Hayden, pastor, Hon Reuben Hitchcock, del. Geneva .-r-Rev.JL D. Barber, pastor. Samu el Webster, del. Sctybrook:--Rev. J. M. Frazerpastor, C. L. Johnson, deL "7 - ,Conneaut Rev. R. N.-Keyes. Pastor. - The Couneil was called to order by . Rev A. LV Barber." ' Hon. Reuben Hitchcock was cho sen Moderator, and Rev. H. C. Havden Scribe. Prayer was offered by Rev. C--W. Tony. The records of the chureh were laid before the coun cil aqd statements were made by Dr. Wm. . M. Earnes and Brol' Henry Fassett, in behalf of the Church and by the pastor. Bro. James .Reed, at the suggestion of (he pastor, was requested by the .Council to make additionaf statements in behalf of the Church. Having heard Bro. Reed and ha vine elicited such information as was deemed needful, the council voted to invite the Church to come at 7 o'clock to hear the result of theirv deliberations,: .-. . ' ' . ;. . -1 "After consultation it wa3 found but oneopin- ion prevailed in the body, and that in favor of a dissolution of the pastoral relation. Rev.'H. C.: Hayden and A. D. 'Barber were appointed a committee to report the action of the council. The minutes were read and appro ved, and the scribe instructed to complete the record. Council adjourned until a quarter be fore 7 o'clock. ;,'- ', ". ; ' , : ' The following "result" was, after prayer by A. D. Barber, unanimously adopted, and read at the evening session iu the presence 01 the Church and people assembled : . Wliercas. It aoDears bv the records of this church and the statements made before this ec clesiastical council,1 that -the harmonious rela tion once existing between Rev. Geo. M. .Tut-, hill and this Church, has been so far disturbed atfto forbid, on the part. of the pastor, reasona ble, expectation of a happy"and useful continu ance of his ministry here, and on the part of the church and society a desirable unanimity in sus taining hint, this council reluctantly,, out wiui entire unanimity advise that tne pastoral rela tion ; ejistinj? between Rev. Geo. M. Tuthul and the 1st Com! Church of Ashtabula, be dissolved. ; - - . - .The counfcil desire to express their unqualified eonfidence m Kev: Geo. 5L Tuthiil as a minis tcr of Clirlst and a brother beloved, whose'abil ity arid faithfulaess as a preacher and pastor finds abundant declaration 111 the fruits of his 1 .bor, and in the testimony of competenlj wit- ne ses, and to commend him to the churches as i I iound and earnest preacher,' a laborious pas tor and a christian gentleman. ' The council, also, as representingjheighbdting churches in fellowship with this, would record their sympathy with this people now to be left without a pastor, and beg leave to counsel j the greatest chanty m leeung, the utmost unammi ty of action, and the heartiest consecration t Christ ahiong the entire , membership of this churchy that personal opiuions and preferences may be held 111 abeyance to the interest ot the cause of our Lord and Master, and ''the ;tinity oCthc spirit in the bonds of peace" may be kept f r all time to come. And while prayinir that the great head 'of the Church mav soon bless this people with an able and faithful minister of the Gospel, we commend a more hrm and con sistent adherence to the principles of our Con gregationa! polity in ah' church transactions, and a more sound maintainance of the pastoral relation.- ' . - ' --.. ' Addresses followed : by the. Moderator, and Rev. Messrs. C. W. Torrv, A. D. Barber, and 111 C. Hayden, oil expressing profonndest " in terest in the welfare and prosperity of this Church, and counseling fraternal feeling and unanimity of action. After prayer by Rev. H C. Hayden, Council adjourned. :- Attest: 11. C HAYDEN, Scribe. AshiabulaOhio. M;irch 25th. tstJL - . - Church voted to accept the act ion of the Coun cil.. ' . Coatlnsaand Cloaklns. I. P. Sherwood, of Cleveland, has just opened an immense stock of Wool ens. Lie has-purchased the entire stock of the Hamilton Woolen Company's Cassimereg which he retails at $1.' Tliey aro worth 2. " '1 -J ' C : " Jcffcraou. From tlie Sentinel. Sometime since Judge Chaffee purchased a tract of about 1000 acres of land in the vicinity ef Manhattan,"" Kansas, which is said to be one of the finest farms In that fine State. Last week his son, Henry, accompanied by a younger broth er, Gaius, left to tpke charge of this farm. The Judge sent out, to stock this place, about $., OOO worth of blooded stock, including his im ported bull Clarendon, and twenty-five other shorthorns, " together with very fine sheep, natives, and Imported. . In this way Kansas will recieve a very valuable addition to im prove its breeds of stock. Judge C. has de voted a great deal of labor, and pains to this department of farm business, .and the result has.been greatly, advantageous .to this county and State. ' The transfer of his field of operation to Kansas will be an acquisition to that new country, of more than usual importance. ' " : " 'SnooTisa Accident. Mr. Sumner Stoughton,' of Windsor, met with a serious accident a few days ago, which is one more " added to the thousand warnings of theneccsMty of caution with fire-arms. He was cleaning a revolver when one of the loads was .accidentally dis charged the ball passing through his hand and into his side. Thelnjuryts a very severe one but it is bojped that he will recover. ' N LOCAL NOTICES. A Casvas8 or the Union proves that the most, suc- ceskful candidate for general favor ever placed before the people, is that pure and salubrious vegetuble beautiflcr -rVcHKISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, FariKtwIdc, throughout the restored republic, in defi-ance-'of rinlry and cou.petUion, it appeals Totite Poll of alJL who design to. clothe the samer.with -the jnanih cent blatk-of brown hue's whicli nature has denied, or age stolen away?. Manufactured by JT. CIIIUSTADOKO, Ast or Bouse, New York." . Sold by Druggists. 'Applied bv all Hair Dressers.;1 , - " :;--f Valcable Advice rou tub Afflicted. Dr Strickland reply to numerbns applications for advice, wishes to lniorip inose wnoareimiicieu, tuanuuy nuty consult uiui on all Acute or Chronk-. Diseases by letter," stating the ae. vinptoms. Ac. with a fee of two collars-- enclosed. l)r Sr ha- oblHined great notoriety as an experienced Physician, both in Europe and America, especially iu the" treatment of clirocic conipiamts, after other Doctors have failed to efft-et a core.- -'1 hose 'suffering shonld im mudiatuly aenditf a. prescription, by .addruseiug Dr. A. StrickJaiid,tAnciunativOhku c, ' ,.1 . taJT-yi n . '. : " r: r: ; i f Hall's yEorarAnLEStcrLrAK HAmREirtwEBrdtiews the hair. Hall's Tegef able : Sicilian Hair lienewer' restores gray hair to its original color. Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair fenewer prevents the hair' from, falling off. ; Haifa vegetable Sicilian hair renewer'tnakes the hair foTt aiid glossy, r Hall's vegetable balrrcnewer-docs not stain the skiiw-. Hall's vegetable.hair reuewer haa proved. Uic best preparation' for the hair ever prescnted to the public. For sklilu' all dfugaidt.j. price $1,00 Jl.fi. HALL & .CO., Nassau N. H.,Proprictora. . Dr. Eaton's Anodyne Cordial will always -be found at A. HENDRY'S DRUG STORE. . , , .. ,. t3T"STOP THIEF f STOP; THIEF-1 ! and cure yonr courhs and colds with .Hamilton's Congh Caudy made from-extracts prepared in Vacuo a certain and effective remedy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, .Sore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption.1 Its .great popu larity and immense sales is a guaranty of it great value. adry ally- ta-m3 SWEET OPOPONAX! New Peirnme from.Mcxi- . ... . , . ' . .. 1 .. .1 .-. .1 .1 r ..I. . CO.--TheCHIy lasnionaoie penumc buu juuieo uriiin.- t3f-SVEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! The most elegant and essential "personal requisite for a lady, Extract of Sweet Opoponax." . .. ' E:T. SMITH-& CO.,' New Tcrk. r" SWEET OPOPONAX 1 Is the sweetest Extract madi " Supercedes all others,! Tr it ohcc'j will Use ho other. : - - . XST. A NEW PERFUME V Called 'Sweet Opoponax fromMciico, manufactured by E. T. SMITH it CO. New York, is making a sensation wherever it is known. Very delicate, and its fragrance remains on the hand kcrchief for days. Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia. SWEET OPOPONAX! LadieSj in their morn ing calls, carry joy and gladness, when perfumed with Sweet Opoponax. . ... ; .. . . . ; - .- VST" SWEET OPOPONAX U The ohly elegant Per fume. Is found b u all toilets, and nerer stainrlhc hand kerchiefs. ; Ducro Bro., sell good Sea-Grass inatress, at J 4. pacro Sk Bro., sell Ppriflg-fieat Loungas, at $19. v. -f . Aqpa M Maoxolia. The prettiest thing, the? sweet est thing,"" and tha most of it, for the least money. At overcome the odor of perspiration ; softens and adds del cacy to the skin ; delightful perfume ; allays head-! ache and inflomaaon, and Is a necessary companion in the sick room, In the nursery,, and upon tha toilet side-: board. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. ' v : :':;;;. Saratoga Spring Water sold by all Druggists';. " ' S." T. lS60X:-7-The amount or Plantation Bitters sold in one; year is somewhat - startling. 5 They would fill Broadway six feet high, from the . Bark to 4th street -Drake's manufactory Is one of the Institutions of New Xork... It is said that Drake painted all the rocks In the' Eastern States with his cabalistic "S. T. 1880,-h-X," and then- got the old granny legislators t6pa8alaTr;Mpre- venting aisnguraig ue mce ot iuiure, wmcu gives him,- a monopoly. We do not know how this is, but we do know the plantation Bitters sell as no other article ever did. Tbey are used by all classes of the community, and are death on Dyspepsia certain.. They are very invigor ating when languid aod weak, and a great appetizer. ' .Saratoga'Spring. Water sold by all Druggists... - In lifting the kettle from the fire I scalded mvself vcrr scverelv one hand almost to a crisD. The torture was intolerable. 0 , The Mexican Mustang Liniment - relieved the pain almost immediately.. It healed raoidlv. and left very little scar. Chas. Fostek, ... , -. r u rroaa ocreei, i-niianeipnia. . This ia merely a sample of what the Mustang Liniment will do. It is Invaluable in all cases of wounds, Bwel- j tings, sprains, cms, uiuisca, puviu, vicn eiuer. upon man or beast.,' . , ;, " .; "' Beware of counterfeits; None is genuine unless wrapped in fine stcpl-plate eugravhigs, bearing the signature of G. W.. Westbrook, Chemist, and thejw-fcote stamp of Dk- mas Barkes & Co., New York. ' .. : i . ; Saratoga Spring Water sold by all Druggists. . r All who value a beautiful head of hair, and its perscrva tion from premature baldness and turning gray, will not fail to use Lvons'. celebrated Kathariou. . It makes tht hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dandruff, and causes we nnir 10 grow w iu iiiAunnui uL-miiy. n is soiu every' where. . x r-.. E. THOMAS LYON, Chemist, N. Y. '' Saratoga'Spring Water sold by all Druggists. . ' . ' What Did It t A young lady returning to her country home after a few mouths sojourn in New York was hard ly recognized by her friends. In place of a rustic, flushed face, she had a soft, ruby complexion, of almost marble smoothness ; and instead of 22, she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Hagan's Magnolia Balm, and would not be without it. - Any lady can improve her personal appearance very much by using this article. It can be ordered of any druggist for only 60 cents. . Saratoga Spring Water sold by all Druggists. " Helmsttvt-t's inimitable Hair Coloring has been steadi ly growing in favor for over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents nt the roots of the hair, and changes it to its original color iy degrees. All instantaneous uye neaoea ana injure tne nair. eimtreet a u not a aye, bnt is certain in its results, promotes its growth, and is aTHssntifm Haih Dressing. Price, 50 cents and 5 1.00. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga tyring Water sold by ail Dtugjista; GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANOS, MELO DEONS, ORGANS, &c.t c. , How to Buy a Good Reliable Instrument ' ; : cnEAP. "r ";' GEORGE HALL ' Begs lsave t0 9ay that having completed our . " GREAT SAMPLE ROOM, ': ' .-. ,. .... - , , .. ;..:-; -IN ;1' . ... ;, ; CLEVELAND, OniO,' - ' : At No. 22, Public " Square, He is prepared with much greater facilities than ever be- . fore to fornibh his patrons with PIANOS, , : , MELODEONS, ORGANS, , STOOLS, COVERS, INSTRUCTION - ' " ' BOOKS, &c, &c. r ' ' of the most desirable kind,! ' " ' . ' SOLD AT, THB VERY ." LOWEST LIVING RATES. To the wise and considerate It is needless to say that a large proportion of instruments now sold, especially by traveling men, are very inferior io quality, and well cal culated to deceive the Inexperienced the best qualities being sold by large and influential dealers. Wc be? leave to call the attention of the musical peo ple to the following considerations : - . 1st. Wc have now the largest and most complete as sortment in any western city. . ... ' . '. 2ndJ Our prices shall always be as low or lower as those of any dealer in the west. .- .. .... HA n nrrann run haw anv facilities Wc are not in possession of; pertaining to the trade. .. ;,, 4th. A nlain statement of facts will be given fn all cases pertaining to the different grades of Pianos, .c. Kth There is nothins in the tnrchae of which a per son is so likely to be deceived as pianos, melodeons, or others of that class, j ..- .: - ' 6th. Parties frequently bur inferior Instruments for good,. and use them for years and not know the differ ence. - ' " - - . .".", ' 'i i 7th. The rtiano is next to the children in tha hearts of the household, Hence the importance of deciding aright. 8th. Never be In a hurry in buying when applied to by traveling men. There are plenty of instruments in mar ket. : . ' '.- v ., ; .;;..; . . ; Itth. Invest a postage stamp and write us at Cleve larid, before deciding, and we will agree to saV you trom 1WJ to i,lw times mat amount- anu peruapa mure. All of w hich is respectfully submitted. - ; - ; : GEORGE HALL'S "- ; ; ; .. ' GREAT' WESTERN PIANO R003IS, 8)3 ' 22 VubUtBvtmre. Ciertlaitd, Okie. P MARRIED. In Eagle ville, on the 22d day of Feb. by Elder . A, vj uarieiv win,""-' -"a"' to-imss AnrustaA A IK in ootn 01 me Buine pi ace. In Trumbull, on the . 8th "by DanieL Webb Addisou Murphy to Miss Diana M. Sanders all of the 8ameplaeer; y t "r ' '5n ty AttbAiame ifme -arid place J.'Sanderti to Miss Minnie Murphey. , . , ' t. ' In Mortran on the 12th. by Her. E. Latimejr; John U Chapel 6f : Mesopotamia, to Misa'; Jane Xj vatson .01 Morgan. In Austinburc. on the 20th day of -March, by Edward Woodruff, JJenjamfcn H. Johnson of Harpersfield to Miss Emma M. Chapman of AustinDurg. vr;w In Cqlebrook. on the13lh day of March, by nevu. xi. uatcu ulosepu. Hague, -of Shaffer, x-a. 10 Miba mury jane uase, 01 uoieDrooK. In West .Springfield,- Feb, the 24th,. by C. Lindsley. Loren Kennan, of Conneaut to Miss Ellen C. House, of Kingsville: : DIED. Announcments free; Commendatory Notices, half rates In Jefferson, on the, 17th Inst, Mary Lindsev. relict of Abraham McNutt, in the 78 year of her age. T".1-- -;;--'.'"'':jf' In Jefferson, March 13tht"Willie H. only son ofLoren and Elizabeth Coon, aged 7 months and 28 days. ' In Ceresco Calhoun Co, March 23 d, of Lung iever juts aienssa ciarn iormeiy or oay Droo aged 25 years witeotE. D. Claris. In this village on the 22d inst, J. H. Thomas aired 58 vears. - - ' - DTL. SEYERT'S m$Mn est o r a ti ye, TiiFOR THE SPEEDY CURE of Dyfceutery, ;.T'i Cbolera, -'- - Cholera "rlorbn 9) Blarrboea, ' Chronle Diarrhoea, And all" forms of Bowel Complaints of children and acuiu. - The best preparation extant for. Children Testhing. Mothers should srive It a trial. . A sure remedy for Kidney complaints, no matter of UOW 1UUI PIB11U1II. An infalible cure for all Delicate Disorders peculiar to Females. V ;. Purely vccetablo. contains no opium. Indispensable in every family. - - PRICE 75 CENTS PER BOTTLE. DR. E, R. ENIGHTS, Proprietor, - - MkXROSE, MASS. '800 Sold ty n. A.lIENDRY,' Ashtabula, Ohio. D. RANSOM & CO., Wholesale Agents, Buffalo N. Y, ": -4 ' " ': "' Jft''5p:ft-t: 81 "mi -a' I i5 v JEvergixcns ! Evergreens "A thing of beauty is Joy forever." IT is admitted by all good ; Judges who hare visited HTistonr Nurseries and who have not forgotten that PATNESYILLE has a Nursery, that thera is nownere to De lounu - " So Fine &n Assortment , , ' .- . of ; y - ' ' . ' ; -. Symmetrical, Well-trained Evergreens, -. 'I , '.-': "- ' as at the latter place, their homes bv All that are desirous of Beautiylng Planting Evergreens should not fail to visit the and Shrubbery ;..'; FAINESVILLE NURSERIES, : ' before purchasing elsewhere..- . .K. ".. Palnesville, March 8, 1867. - ' . -V- 8tS97 rP Teacher's Examinations: JL EE Board of Esaminers for Ashtabula County will hold examinations as follows, to wit ;' . u ;1 At Kingsville... ,.. .Saturday, April 0, 1867 April 8, . April 15, "-i' April 80, " AprU 84, May ll, June 17. ' At JeCereon , , r. .Monday,. ....Monday, '.I.. Saturday, . . . .Mond,iy, . ....Saturday, .."..Monday, - At Austinburg. ....... At West Andovej.; . . .-. At Orwell At Jcffaraon,..".... At Jefferson......; j... All applicants must appear in person before the board at a regular meeting, since private examination are ilk-sal and in no rase can be riven. . Per order of Board, - - . - - -.- 4US9S E. C. WADE, Clerk. GEEAT CL0SIHG OUT SALE ! - Ready-made Clothiny C- Cloths A: the Cppartricrship of, the firm of JIANSFIELD KUUCn will expire, by limitation on the 1st day of February next; the Whole of their Large Stock of . - Clothing, 'Famishing Goods, Cloths, fcc. ' - ' . ' Is offered for sale for V ';. Cash, without reference to cost !, j; All. therefore. In want of Clothln?, or anvthing else in this line, will du well to call, as a rarechance is new offer ed to buv cheat).. -. . .- - Good Cassiinere Suits for from $13,50 to $23, Cheaper than can now be bought at wholesale, aud other things in like proportion. , j .. Country Dealers, also. Will find it for their advantage to call and examine this stock. Great .Bargains ! A Rare Chance J Come one, come all ! Now is your time for CHEAP CLOTHING ! - . Ashtabula, Dec! 27, 1SG8. MANSFIELD & BRUCE. CHEAP CASH STORE. rphe subsenbers having rented thebuild- JL- Ing recently erected at' tha Depot, known as Ba r's Block, are prepared to furcish th.- ' CITIZENS OF; ASllTABtTLA '" ' And surrounding Townships with GROCERIES & DOMESTIC DAY GOODS -, AT FAIR PRICES AND SMALL PBOJITS. r. . ;;T ' ; "' -' Among our seock may always be found : SUGARS, teas: -; ; CdFFEES, : . spices, STRUi'S. ; -.-.: ., prints, ...... , . :: delaines, ' r. ' . : ' - CASSBIERES, BRQWN & BLEACtlEI) COTTONS, &c.,T PLEASJ CtYB US A CALL BEFORE lTJRimsrNa v SARGENT, 'SMTTII & CO., AitUhli, Dse. n isee. I HASKELL'S COLUMN. pOTTON , TARN, Batts, ' &c The -J subscribers -hart Jast received a supply-of these articles, that so many of their customers have been so long waiting and. wishing for. Cheap and of rood qual ty. P. W. flA.SSELL A CO. - ... Ashtabula, March 80, 1SC7- : -- - - ; Great Reduction in Prices E Take pleasure in Dlacin before at. . Ia f at. i . . - . W ui vc AsauouiA ana Ticuutj, oar Entire Stock of Dry Goods at greatly Redused Prices. ' Empress Cloths, French Merinos, Scotch Plaids, Wool Delaines,, - Alpaceaa, Poplins, Mohairs, Melanges. Delaiaea, binguams, P flats, Jic 3tc Ac Flannels,- Shawls, ; BlankeUi, Checks, Stripes, Uemms, 'lieklngs, Jondaeys, Jtc. dtc. Our stock of Domestics never was better, and Drices are very much reduced. We cannot avoid calling atten tion to our Complete Stock of COTTONS bleached and unbleached. Bleached and unbleached LONG CLOTHS. Bleached llllow Case Cotton, &c. tc. Jif calling on us and prlclor a-oods. von will assuredly buv. aud Mud yon mr well nam jia w mr AtennnA t,i reduce our stock by tha 1st of January lStlT. "We hav Reduced the Price f WHITE GRANITE CROCKERY ac least 25 per cent. We rlatm to nave tha Larrest and Bent Selection of CROCKERY iu town, aod w have- put tha pries down, down ! down ! and it must be sold. GROCERIES, !' are our particular delight, and we endeavor to obtain tha freshest and purest the market affords. Our stork is now complete in this department, and we can offer you vTca, ', - Sugar, . Coifee, Rice,.. Molasses, Syrups, Vinegar, Coal Oil, Tobacco Nutmegs Indigo, Pepper, Spices, SaleralOB, ' -Soda, ' .. , Cinnamon, Mace, &e. Ac and a general assortment of these goods, as extensive as anv in the market, at a small advance from cost. We es pecially wish to call attention to our teas, a trial or which will convince you of their purity and flavor. - . We have also the WHITE STRUT", end votf w!tl Unit at our store, too. a good article of FAMILY FLUL'R. at all limes. . , - - . t i Dont foreet the claca etmier Sprine and Mala Street, opposite the Clarendon Hotel. , DRIED APPLES; PTTTXR'and IQGS, quantity sulScitof Greenbanck, Wanted. Aslttt'nla,DeV.lS,f889. D. W.KAKEZLL Co. I T .-135 3 It of in Real Estate-Far m s. J. R. COOK; REAiTeSTATE Agent.: " Eor the Sale and Purcliase, of Real Eatnte. ' OPFICE OVEE,"MORrJSON A TICENOS'S STORE, ' ,Mala Street Aabtabula, Ohio,: j P7 Paoperty old for rComnriseioa or- otherwiae.es agreed opoii, and so aAUs, ;ko qtuaaz lmt - - . slaJ)ifct or Indirect, constitutes a Coromiasjoay Among the many valuable Parms and other property now offered through, thia agency ,1 would rail rrtrtMalar -attention to the following, viz : 13i 1-2 acre In Saybrook, 4 1-8 mCee from Ashtabui village, ro!UB land and Week aaad leeur eoU, largo and commodious hou with two wtngs, 8 zvoi barns and underground stable and sheds, good orchari of 130 trees . peaches, pears, strawberries, graces, c, 3 good wel! of soft water and three living sprtnga, about 40 acres ef splendid timbered Ifind, farm well fenced aad in a high state of cultivation, and everythingon the place n the very best condition ani ia ono of tne very beet farms ia Asbtabuia ccanry. For sale for the low price ef $S5pwacre and terms ofpaymect easy. - 102 2-3 acre la Plymouth. 4 trrilee from Aih tabnlai village t-mall bouse, good 20x49 foot barn wita sheds jgoodyonng orchard wl;jQ trees; par8. peaches, grapedte.; good sugar bcuh of three honured treea ; fana well watered with a never Failin? serins of water: i acres fimTwred. land, btilance improved and In a high state of cultivation. -Price (i5 per acre and term of yBjuisni easy, ? - - v y 69 aere of the verv best timbered land la the ecu ry, 4 miles from Ashtabula at Plymouth Depot, eossiat inof a lare amount of white oak. suitable for eais building: a large amount of whitewood, ash aad cucum ber ; timber has npt bees colled. For sale for $75 per acre. " - -- - . : - 1 9 acres at Plvmouth depot,--u5 table for bu!ldln good barn, for sale for $ti0 per acre. 53 49100 acre Farm In Plymouth. 8f mTk from Ashtabula village, and K mile south of the center of Plymouth, good new two story house with two winn, 3 good wells, a good 30x10 foot barn with :wo eheda, t -orchards of about 100 trees, 12 acres timbered land sita ate within 1-S mile of the depot, a very denirable home stead, for sale at the low price of $5,500. a.id terras giv- en for a portion of the purchase money if desired. . ' .35 acre- Farm in this township, a miles from Aah tabula Village, good new house and barn, S acres ofgoo4 orchardc15 acres timber and within H mile of C. E. R. R., farmweli fenced and in high gtateof cultivation, a very : jdcrsirabla homcstehd and for -sale for the low price of 2,550 and time given for part if desired. 1 " . 67? Acre Farm cn the Lake Shore miles East of Ashtabula Harbor, good house 33 feet eqaare, good 30 by 40 foot barn, good water, 100 good apple trees, cher ries, peach, &c.,- about ten acre timbered, soli black, land gravely nd farm well fenced and in high state eT. cultivation." fgr sale for per acre, and time gtven Ibr a portion of purchase money if desired. ; "" 37 ,12 Acre Farm. 3 miles from this Tfflaee good -house, and Lara, 4 acres of good Orchard, good Water r and farm well fenced and in a hizh state of cultivation, for sale for the low price of $l.Tu), or will throw ia cue acre if wheat, onu Cow, 40 bheep, one . yearling, twe shoats. One iron beam plow, one harrow and. two wag ons, for $l,9u0. M-dt be sold within ninety daya, if it -has to be sacriuccd. . . - . , 64 Acre Fann en North Ride. three-fourths of e mile from Kingsville Depot, with good house, soft water good bam and shed, pood cora-houfo. &c good orchard and about IS acres of ood timber. vT ell fenced and iu a high state of cultivation, with water in every field but one. for sale for the low price of $30 per acre and time ven for a portion. 6f the purchase money-if desired one of the mostdeairable Ridge farms in the eounty - i 10 AtreFarm ia Ashtabula, ore mile from vll-Iage-sood house, barn and orchard, 13 acres timber, bal ance undei cultivation, for sale for $3,000, and possesaoB glveBimediaicly if dssired. . ? .-. - 25 Acree three miles from' Ashtabula vTSage food housejbariiaalater.sooaorchardof 300 treoft-cfterrlea and small fruitaof ali kinds a very desirable homestead, for saieJor lesa than the buildings can now be built fof-r price $2,600.-,...-....:.. - -t , . - 78 3-4 AcreeS.V miles from tho village of Ashtabe- . la small house, good barn and stables, good water, ti grafted young applertrees, good sugw bush, 14 aerea tim ber for sate at the low price of $3,50i, and time given f ' a portion of the purchase money, if desired.- v 25 Acre Farm In this Township two and a half miles from Ashtabula village. Good New House, chioce young orchard of apples, peaches, pears, cherries, &o. tiood soft water, three acres timbered, price, liiJO. - 92 Acre Farm at Kingsville Depot, good house ' fonr good barns, . splendid orchard ot apples, .pcaehe. pairs, cherries, quinces, Ac.- Biack sand loam . . Or.a of the best watered farms in the county, water caa be takes . into any'lot on the farm, six acres timbered, one-cfiLe very best farms in the market and for sale for the low price of vi per acre, and time given for a pcation of pur chaser'i money, if desired. Aku a ten. acre wood lot, connected with the above, seven miles from the saxae ; that will be sold with the above or not, at the. option of the purchaser, on which the timber is worth double the price asked for the same, for- sale for $35 per acre. 1 06 Acre Farm, two miles from the village, good " house bara,. fruit- and- water, full equal to any 01 the Rid?e Farms in the market.- For sale for the low price of $C5 00 per acre. ' ..--. - " . r 63 Acre of Land, 1M miles from the village. Sandy, gravely land, about S acres timbered, on the hue of the C. E. R. R..For cale.. very cheap,: price $58 per acre, er wjll be cut Bp Into lota to-buit purchasers. 94 Acre Faring' on South Ridge, in Ashtabula, 4 miles from the village, goori house and water, 3 barns and she-J, a never failing Spring of water at the barn, two old orchards, one yocng orchard, about Ave acre of heavy timbered, being an old homestead farm and not bt.-fore offered for sale for the past thirty years, is now offered for saloon very reasonable terms. One of the " very best Ridge Farms in the market - " - - Ifonee and Lot. on Dlviaioa Street, good fruit and good water. Price $.300. , . ' - . Iloute add Lot of a 71-100 acres, on Proeoect Prrcet, house well Cnisned, good bam, good water, splen- ' j did variety of grapes, cherries, plumb, peaches, rasjj berries, black-berries, straw-berries, etc Considering - quantity cf land, few place equal it. For sale for the low price of $ k?i, and time 10 ven if desired. A' -i Lot and Shanty at Depot, tor sale for 'the low price of $140. , - . A Good House and 9 Lots, in Blocks 7 and i tn Humphrey's Plat, at Ashtabuia Depot. - Situated North, of Rail Road Passenger House, and bonnded South by Kail Road Depot t. rounds, a very desirable business loca tion to be sold in lota to suit purchasers. Price of whole $1,0)0. -IS Acre Farm in this township. 3 miles from this village. Frame house, good water, two acres vineyard, a good young orchard, a good water power, SO acres of dm- -ber, for sale for the lowr price of $-.yV0, and time glv for a portion of the purchase money, if desired Prise I 900 - - . 70 Acre Farm in PlTnouth. "on the Plank Road. - . between Ashtabula and Jefferson, six miles from thJ village, a good house, two barns, a good orchard and water. 10 acres of timber, the balance in hiirh statemto cultivation, for sale for tne low price of f t.oou. and r given forji portion of purchase money. t. ,- 95 Acre Farm ia PlVmonth. two miles from the vil lage, good farming land, lacing two roads, very conve nient to be cut into two farms, for sale for the low price of $4 i per acre, and time given on a part if desired. .- - Five Lots on the corner of Nathan and Main streets. good fruit, one of the most desirable building locations -in town, for sale for the low price of $100 per lot or $704 for the whole. . . . 34 50-1 00 acres, 3 miles from the Village, at can. terof FlyiMOQth. Good house, barn aud corn-house. . -Good orchard oi ZiZ trees. . About e acrea timbered. Price, $iSA). . .:- - .. . A Good Ifottse and Lot on Svcamore street. For sale very cheap. Price, -&3. ' '.' " A rood House and Lot, 40 feet front, with good fruit and water, on Division street, - For sale for the low -price of $1,300-. and time- given for a portion of the pur chase money, if desired. . -, - .J. . Tltat very deIralIr Property on Prospect street owned by Edward A. Hitchcock. ' JLn?e and com- modious new house, with all of the modern improve, meuts. Lot, 80. feet front, containing 3-10 of an acre. -Good fruit and water. ...... Also, connected with the above, and fronting on Cen- ter street, and bounded east by the rail ro,-.d depot grounds, that well known shop of Edward A. Hitchcock, with 1 horse power steam engine, and boiler with all the tools' and impk-mwits for the biiirgy-shaft business, good new plauing machine, and all the necessary tools and machi nery for making dry barrels. A rare chance for aa enter- rising business njan. For sale cheap. Price $10,0U. In quire of tawAiu) A. Hitchcock, on prcmisos, ox of J. R. Cook. . . . f, 98 acre form, four miles from vill:w. Good house and barn, good orchard, good wn tec 30 acres timbered. For sale very cheap, and possession given' immediately if, desired. Price, $,7.-10. acre farm, about 4,V .miles from this vil!ag. Good house, bam. fruit aud water. 20 acres timbered. Price, $4,q00-. Possession given-immediately, and time given for a portion of the purchase tuoucyif "desiredy 91 acre Ridge farm. 2Kf miles from village. Good house, 2 good baras, good water, good orchard. 25 acre timbered, and ne-.ir tile C. and E. It R. One of the muet desirable liidire farms in theiaarkut. Eur sole vsry'cheap, and time given for a portion of the purchase money if oe sired. - - " 156 1 Ol 00 aereaS& miles from vill-!--. good houses, 5 barns, good orchard, good water. 30 acres tim bered. Good sugar bush. Price, $6,'X). : 36 20-100 acre ftrm S miles frcm ttls village. Ouod house, barn, water and orchard, l-.'arrex tiinbeiwt.- For sale very reasonable ansl noscssioo uttii 1 -v-inv- ly, If desired.' 45 1-2 acres on Lr.kc Shore, 1 mile from EingsriEe depot. Good house and baru, and out-boui'es, good wa ter. 'good orchard of 100 trees. 6 acres timbered. Price, $3,000. ,?2.-" i : j:i--uhU vii-y.! lionse and Lot of acre, oe Prospect street. -Good fruit and . water. Oue of the most desirable resl-" dences in town. For sate very cheap. Price, $3,000. . 32 acres, three miles from village. Good Jions ' '' barn, fruit ar.d water, iu acres well timbered, balance ta ' high state of cultivation. For sale very cheap, aud po. session given immediately, if desired. "Price. $isJO. , 81 1-2 acres on I3d:t. 5 uiih-s from viliige,9 Utfoaea, barns, good fruit and water. Price, $7.tt. Also, 30 1-2 acres adjoining the above, 19 acres meadow, well watered, for sale at $4) per acre. 54 acres 3 miles from this villaw. good home, bara - ' and waier. Good orchard. Price, $i,50d, 160 acres In Marathon county, Wisconsin. - For sate cheap. Price $5 per acre or will trade for property here. 52 acres 3f.mib from village. . Good house, barn, orchard and water. Price, $1,000. 116 aerea 3 miles from village. Good house, 14 -rooms, 3 barns and shed. 2 good orchard., good water. acres timbered. Price, $05 per acre, 241 acres 4 miles from village. 5 good houses, 3 barns and good ebeU.v 'good fruit affd water. 40 acres tiuibrcd. Balance In hkrh state of cultivation, i mh. divided into two farms. For sale very cheap, aad term payment easy. 180 acres, the old homestead farm. Smiles from thl village, on Lake Shore, in Ashtabula, furme riy oie nrd hv Aaron Harmon ; good horseand water. 1 barn gr-od pf chard of 125 bearing trees and 125 youn trees. tmo.J sugar ousn, mj b'vs iimoereo, narance r.ntl, T cultivatiori; for sale very reasonable, and terms of pavment easv en. quire of Gilbebt Habxox, on premises, or at abovo ofKc. 23 acree of Timbered Land, within one mile rtf iti'.m village. For sale very cheap. - 43 acres, 9 miles from the T?nc pr.'.tA hnn, Kir' fruit and water; a verv desirable homestead. Prir R3,CwK.EUqairC l B H" iLkKHAJt 00 Prenii or of 4 Also 1 4 acres arltoimnir thi ahora. Srr.a71 tn-u Price $s) per acre. 100 acres In Prrmonth. root hon.o 4 rmnA .m. t good orchards, srooH wafer, 20 acres tlmhoced, ml fariu a high state of cultivation, price," $4,rco. .' , 50 acres of land In Plymouth, small hoOTO, to acres ImproveiL; balance well timbered, goud water. $1,600 6 . Al a nnmbeof Tery dealrable bcrUdfr.a -IQtscfttst Tilias. For sale very cheap. bii -