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Works ef Nat arc. In a state of health the in tMaoal canal maybe sofrJpared to artter whose waters flow over thcidjdining land, through the Channels nature or art has ttads, aa Improve their qualities so long as It runs on smoothly the Channels are kept pare and healthy; If the course of the river is stopped, then the water in the csnnalis no longer pore, bat soon becomes stagnant. There la bat one law of circulation in nature. When there is a' superabundance of humorial fluid in (belniefitioal lubes, nndcostveness takes place, it flows back into the bloo 1 vessels, and infiltrates itself into the circulation. To establish the free coarse of the riv- el" Nat are. In a state of health tr remote" thr pbetrucaons which stop, its free coarse, and those of its tributary streams. ' With xuv ooay, rouow we nine iHuupiB remove tne "obstructions, from 'the bowels with. BRANDRETH'S ILLS which never injure, but are always effectual for Jhe perfect elesnang of the system from an Impurities kfiA disease, r Remember, never suffer a drop of blood to W nvkea front yea. Evacuate the humors as often and as long as they art deranged, or as long as you are. sick. Seeitiat B. BEASDRETHia in white letters in the Cy l ament stamp. Sold by all Droggeots. 903 Helmbold's Extract Tinchn and Improved Hose Wash Cures secret and delicate disorders '. n all their stages, at little expense, little or no change o" diet, o Inconvenience and no exposure. It is pleasant in taste and odor. Immediate in its action, and free from all inju- jrtoasproperUee. ; . . v; Ferneh China, Middle of the Block Cooper In stitute, New York Eadley is constantly receiving large tarafoeft French China, of New and beautiful shape, at owe-half the nsokl selling prices. - ' . .. . White French China Dinner Sets, 130 pieces, (30.00 - gt - eta . oo 'I Ha. n m do do do' Dinner plates ier doz 100 )i ,, do Tea 44 " " 1,50 do do do Caps and sanccra, 84 pieces, 9,00 French Cut Goblets, per dozen, - 2,50 Also Fancy goods in China, Dinner, Tea, Toilet Sets, White Parisian stone Ware, Cut and pressed Glassware, Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac, at equally low prices. Goods packed to go all over the world, by ex press or otherwise. House furnishing goods in large va ster JBcnMuber , ' HADLEVS, Middle of the Block. tySend;for Catalogue. No connection with corner stores. , . . &U-m3 The Glory of Man. is Strength. Therefore the-nervon aad-debfltatedbould immediately use Helm bold's Sxtbact Bdchd. - Manhood and Youthful Vigor are regained by Helmbold's Extract Bitchc. " Blades Eapfcenlal Lubricators. The People's Most .Sure and Effectual Remedy for Coughs, Coughs, Colds, Croort, Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Diph theria," aad all Polmonary Diseases. The Lubricator is a. medicinal preparation in the form of a Lozenge, which of all modes is the most pleasant and convenient. They contain no deleterious Ingredient, and are XVarran ted to be always safe evea for the weakest and most sen sitive stomach. In Crmp they give immediate relief. For Coughs and Colds they are invaluable. For Catarrh, Atthina and Bronchitis they have no equal In the market, (vide Certificates accompanying each box.) JHptheria', that dreaded and desolating disease, they con trol wonderfully and almost immediately. No Public Speaker, Singer or Teacher, should be with out them, as they remove hoarseness and strengthen and clear the voice. ' . : fcSr-Always use them in time, and if the symptoms are' rere nse very freely. J. EL BLADES CO., Prop's, i,-. : FJmira,N.Y. STRONG & ARMSTRONG, Wholesale Agwits, Cleveland, Ohio. For aale by H. A. HENDRY, Ashtabula, Ohio. TO-y m ', i t - - . J. ' Shattered Constitutions Restored by the use of IIblm hold's Ectract Bccuu. ! ' Hall'a Hair Reaewer. Is the most perfect preparation for the hair ever of fered to the pablie It is vegetable compound, and con tains no injarioasingrcdients. It wiH : restore gray hair to its eriginal color will prevent the hair failing out and will promote its growth. It is a splendid hair dresa-iqg-clonsiag the scalp and making the hair soft, lust rous and silken. R. P. Bail A Co., Nashua, X. II., Pro prietors. For sale by all Druggists. June. Permanent and wide-spread success Is the best evi dence of the goodness of Brandreth'r Pills. They shonid be in every family, ready for nse on the first symtoms of disease ocenrring. This method will often save life. Remember, the Cholera must be treated as a Poison, and your safety demands It should be got rid of without de lay. Colds, rheumatism, asthma, pleurisy, diarrhoea, colics, in fact, all sickness is the consequence of active imparities in the Blood. These being removed, the health is restored at once. Jukk.' It is pleasant to recommend a really mcritons article, hence we ask those suffering from Dyspepsia, Nervous ness of Debility, to try Dr. Strickland's Tonic Dr. E. M. Sams ordered $4 worth for J. C. Hays, Decatur, Ala. T. Hart, New York City, saya "it cured ine; where can I get it far my friends t Thus they write from all quar ters. 908-ml To Coaanmptlroa. the advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple rem edy, after having suffered for several years with a severe long affection, and that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of core. , , To all who desire it, he will send a copy or the pre scription nsed (free of charge), with directions for pre paring and asing the same, which they will find a sure cube for Ooneamptioar Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and all throat and lung affections. The only ob ject of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which he cfcostolcihvalhable, ajid hi hopes every prflbrer, wlB tiy bis remedy, aa.it, wll cost.lhem nothing, and mayravc a blessing. Parties wibliing the prescription, rKc,ly return mail, will ph'jue address -'i '. J"-, - BEY1 EDWAED A. WILSON: ' W6-J1 " i Williamsburg, Kings Co. N. Y. , -' i . i - INS, SCHENCK'S PULMCIVIC SVBUP. This great medicine cured Dr. J. n. Schenck, the Pro- prietorxf Pulmonary Consumption, when It had assum- edtfateMMbrmidable aspect, and. when speedy death appeared to be inevitable.. . His physicians pronounced bis case incurable, when he commenced the nse of this ' simple but powerful remedy. His health was restored in a very short nine, and no return of this disease has beea apprehended, for all the symptoms quickly disap- j peared, and his present weight is more than two hun dred pounds. ' Since hie recovery, he has devoted his attention ex clusively to the cure of Consumption, and the diseases which are usually complicated with it, and the cures effected by bis medicines have been very numerous and truly wonderful.' Da. Schenck' s makes professional visits to several of the larger cities weekly, where he has a large concourse of patients, and it is trucly aston ishing fJ see poor consumptives that have to be lifted oat f -their caniagoa, and in a few months healthy, ro bast persons, D. 6CHENCKT5 PULMONIC. SYRUP, SEA-WEED TONIC, and MANDRAKE PILLS are gene rally all required ia curing Consumption; Full directions accompany each, eo that any one can take them without eeeirg Da. Schinck, but when it is convenient it is best to see him. He gives advice free, but for a thorough ex amination, with his Respirometerhis fee is three dollars Please observe, when purchasing, that the two like neseea of the Doctor one when in'the last stage of Con euapfion, and the other as he now is, in perfect health are on the Government stamp.. ', Sold by all Draggists and Dealers. Price fl 60 per tattle, or $7 60 the half dozen. Letters for advice should always be directed to vr. acncncK 6 mncipai umcc, -o. 15 Kortkth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. . General Wholesale Agents : Dcmas Barnes & Co., N. S. Qance. Baltimore, Md.; John D. Park, Cincin nati, Otto; Walker t Taylor, Chicago, 111.; Collins Bros., SCLooJa,X, ' No. 3.1y-79 Tito American Commercial A rltUmeilc ji pew work of 36pagea, for Business Colleges, Schools aad Academics, compiled sUk a view to the practical oataUJrS tffkusiBcsa rule?, fiiviiig practical business examples of a kind not la Arithmetics now in ufte, In volving Gold and National Cnrrcney. The laws for col lectkm of dtbts, damages on protected fcUls, and legal rate of interest for every State, given. Akar rules and tables for Cental fiyeteitt. Erery teacher, library and basiness ma requites one. To be had of bookstUers If not. addcesa, enclosing 1,75, : lm!)08 MUSGROYE & WRIGHT. Cleveland, Ohio.' Maaleal. The Normal Academy of Music, at Palnes vBle, Onio, commences its next session J uly 2d 18C7. , A largecorps of eminent instructors has been engaged, aad as paiaa are being spared to make it the Leading )tMe BAaotqf Out West. To teacher and all music stu dents an usual advantages are offarod. For circulars, ad ess N.COE STEWART, Clcvejaufi Ohio. 908ml VrrarsafTatKla. A GcnUcman who . suffered for yean from nervous debility.' premature decay, aad all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who' need it, the re cipe Wd directions ibt making the simple remedy by which be was eorsd. Suftxra-a wishing to profit by the advertisers experience, caode so by addressing, la per fotCConlldence, , , ,' JOHN B. OGDEN, ......... . HX-jl - ... ! 48 Cedar Street, New York.' YAJ.U able Advice fob the Aftwctkd. Dr Strickland i uiiuiuuuB MiniwiwHa pur lance, wisnes to Inform those who ate afflicted, that the may consult him on all Aeateer Chronic Diseases by letter, stating the age, symptoms. fcc with a fee of two dollars enclosed. Dr. 8. has obtained great notoriety as an experienced Physician; both in Europe and America, especially in the treatment of chronic complaints, after other Doctors have foiled to effect a cure. Those suffering should im mediately send for a prescription, by addrct&ing Dr. A. Strickland, Cincinnati, Ohio. ' . 687-yl .. . . . '- ' : : WEEKLY TELEGRAPH BY JAMTSS- - REED. Two Dollar a Year Invariably In Advance. Local & Miscellaneous. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. tRooms for Rent- t3rNew Goods just opened Smith & Gilkey. "Mineral Waters, Soda Water Ac Geo. Willard. Fruit Jars at Hcrrick's. , ; Fstitai.atKiiio8villk. The young ladies aid So ciety of Kingsville will hold a Fair and Festival at the Academy Hall, on Thursday evening, June 27th, for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church in that place. STBAWBEBKy Festival. The Ladies of tha M.;E, Church and Congregation will give a Strawberry Fes tival, on Friday evening, June 28th, at the basement of the M. E. Church. The 21 st Annal Fair of ihe Ashtabula O bunty Agricultural Society, will be held at Jefferson on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday ; Oct, 9th 10th and 11th. In the case of Coats vs. Wm ralmer. we cave tb judgment of 100. It should have been $1. Delegates to the State Convention from this County were as follows : N. A. Reeves, N. L. Chaffee, W. M. Eames, S Ilayward. A. Krum, S. A. Northway, E. IT, Fitch, J. A.' Prentice, L. Reeves, and II. J Covell. G. W. Nelson, Dentist for the peoplo, makes all kinds of Dental work, in the best manner, and at the lowest rates, at his eld established office in the Fisk Block. Teeth extracted with out pain by several new methods, which arc safe and pleasant. . . ? 2v Saratoga Wateks seem to be appreciated, judging from the gatherings around the spring at Williards Store, before breakfast, and the beneficial eficcts in regulating functions of life, are freely admitted by all who imbibe. ; LiurM Ohxatum. One of these very rare plants from the nurseries of Emory Luce, in full blocru, has been on exhibition for" a day or two past at the store of Tombes & Bro., and has attracted much attention and commanded the admiration ofall beholders. It is seldom we meet with anything in the floral kingdom so mu nificicnt in chaste elegance and beauty as well as in delicate, delicious fragrance. Accidext at Kixgsvilte. "While the carpen ters were engaged fn Tuesday last in putting up the frame of N .Parish's store, it fell in, crush ing Mr. Thomas Ransom in such a manner as to render it quite uncertain whether he will sur vive. A lad named Richmond, playing about the premises had his leg broken. Two men engaged in putting up the rafters, narrowly, and somewhat miracuously escaped. New Wheat from s.vai3 of tha Bouthcrn and middle States is reaching market, and the com mon verdict from vcry direction is jjiat the crop was never better. Of course, wilh such surroundings flour tumbles in price and approx imates to a living standard. Of conrse, too, peculators will find their bottom dropping out with the hearty good wishes of all who have bellies to fill and inadequate purses to meet the exhorbant price of 20 a barrel. ITrm. llunvphcry vs. I). M. Strong. A case with this title came oJT on Tuesday, before Esquire Hall, in which much interest was felt among a portion of our farmers who had bought shares in a Patent Pitchfork company, reprc sented by a couple of worthies passing through the State last year, with a splendid establish ment, deceiving and swindling every honest far mer that was credulous enough to listen to their story and give their notes. Five share cost 850 and an additional amount of $18 entitled the shareholder to a fork. Many gave their notes for five shares, which notes were sold at a shave, and the swindlers departed: Wm. Ilumphery bought $300 of these notes, for which he paid $2o0. Among them was one against 3Ir. Strong. TheBuit was brought for the ncoveiy upon the note. The shaving of tLc notes was some five days after the making of them, when none of the parties had become acquainted wilh the character of the transaction. The decision was in favor of the paj'tnentrof the note. Other suits are to follow and the question fully tested whether our swindled farmers must", or niay avoid these notes: : f .i -; r.VALTMBLB WoBK.--An illustrated histofyof the Bible by Rev. Dr. Kitto, author of "Cyclo pedia of Biblical Literature," J'Uu-tory of ; Pal cstine, &c, is offered to the citizens, of this county by the agent, R. B. Richmond. The work is a connected history'' of the remarkable events,' and distinguished character of the old and new Testaments, and in Jewish history du ring the four hundred years intervening be tween Malachi and the birth of the Savior, with a life of Christ and the Apostica, the whole embracing a period of four thousand years, with note, critical, topographical and explana tory. The work is edited by Alvia Boud, D. D. formerly Professor of Biblical Literature" in the Theological Seminary of Bangor Me., and for more than twenty years Pastor of the Second Congregational Church, Norwich, Cosn. Com plete in one royal octavo volume of. over 700 pages, mbelished and Illustrated with- over 100 full page engravings and colorcdtoaps. It isgratifyhig that a work so valuable, com ing from so competent hands, is so well appre ciated and promptly subscribed forty the peo ple. The agent showed us his list of subscri bers, embracing 137 in the township of Say brook, 102 in Austinburg, 97 in Morgan, 58 in Rome and G7 in Orwell. , The'-, price 'ranges from $4,25 to 5,75. Published by Henry Bill, Norwich, Conn. No Bible student will con sent to be without the work. a The Herri t ks have just received .by express,' an other Cnc assortment of those nice Organdies, beautiful patterns of Lawns, Swtes 3Hulls, Marsaillcs.'&c. togeth er with a large line of Parasols and Fans. Get What You Pat Fob. In buying Salcratus, as other things, see that you get what you pay for, viz : 1C ounces when you pay for a pound. Hyou .always buy D. B. DeLand & Co's. Best Chemical galeratns you will never be deceived, but always get full weight and the best goods. - '-' ' ' "When President Lincoln was assassin ated the democrats, north and 6outh, c- ry generally rejoiced at his taking oS. Many said so plainly. Mr. Davis was of that mimuer. Hero and there wiser & cooler ones among them instantly percei ved that the assassination was botii a crime aud a blunder and they condemned it. Among the multitude of their party these constitute an insignificant minor ity. A few dajs ago an expatriated Pole, Paris, made, an attempt upon the life at of the. .Emperor of Russia. The Polish residents of the French Capital hastened to testify their horror" at "tne i'actL At Moscow the inhabitants assembled, and sent a deputation tot Paris to express their detestation of the crime." These two cacs arc especially instruc tive when contemplated in conjunction with each other. " . '. ' ' ; . County Sheep Fair. The Ashtabula County Wool Grower.s Asso ciatioaj held their Second Annual Pnblic Sheep Shearing Fair in Jefferson, June 4lh 18C7. The cold, backward spring weather, and the gloomy prospect for farmers ever being able to get in their spring crops made it a forgone con clusion, that not a very large attendance could possibly be expected. Some splendid shearers were on hand, and did the work nicely, and all weia well worthy of premiums, --but the funds would not hold out to pass it all around. Ta, . It is to be regretted that with as fine flocks of Leicesters, riCbttswold - and South Down Sheep as we have in this viciuity, that they can not be induced to come out and show their hands, and let the public know the true merit of their work. But perhaps they will give us a show next ' STATEMENT. 05 2 -a a t : 3 o o ' ' " a s " o o i : S ' . 3. , 380 C3 8 V i 8" 1 3S0 1 Ctt 9 13 3 3S0 0!) 8 9 2 380 . 50 7 15 ?4 ' 880 00 8 10 4 380 70 11 13 . 4 . 380 64 8 iX 3 3S0 7 14 3 380 48 y .''I ftk 49 ' 7 4 ..." 3 3l 70 11 1 63 IV 4 375 13-i 13 12 3 S8J 02 7 13 1 ' 81 13 ' 3 380 00 8 13 3 3!) 72 9 8 V 2 &S0 84 15 2 V 8 3S0 !)5 1G 8V 380 121 21 4 3 3H0 92 13 8 2 . 3S0 118 10 13 . 8 380 1 22 3 " 375 120 2IS 15 1 W id 3 3 3S0 00 8 10 3 380 63 8 0 1 51 9 13 3 3S0 B 7 9 3 380 (X) 8 2 1 47 fi 14 1 j. 40 7 5 8 " 375 111 15 9 8 380 3 7 8 OWKEBS. Talcott & Pritchard E do . do E do do E T. L. Bnilcv E Tuk-ott b Pritchard E do do E do do K D. L. Bailey........ E , do E TaIcottrSi Pritchard E ' do do E Caleb Hazen E Eber San ford 'e Talcott & Pritchard E Thomas Gibson.... it " Talcott & Pritchard E do -r0 E D. L. Bney K do R Tiilcott & Pritchard R D. L. Bailev li do li Daniels & Gibson., li Eber Sanford R Calofo Hazen R Talcott & Pritchard E do Co E D. L. rniley........ It Caleb Hazeu .: E ' do E do.-. E Thomas Gibson .. E Eber Sauford . . .. . . . R Caleb Hazen. E The mott of these fheep were shorn at the-last years so mere can oe no tiount ol tin- ot the fleece. HENRY TALCOTT Sec'y. STATEMENT OF CLEANSING. OFFICE OF THE ROCK CREEK WOOLEN FACTORY, Morgan, Ohio, June 9, 1867. To II. Talcott, Esq. : ' Snbioinetl voh have the weight often fleeces of Wool. after cleaiicin and drying tlieni, suitably for ninnufuct- tiring iniocioin. 'ine operation Has oeen couiltirtea un der my own supervision, without redard to owuershin tir i-uiiujiKiim, oilier iiiiiii lueuciuui biiriiiKage. Nos. 1 2 3 4 a n 7 8 ft ' 10 Weight 5, 5:13. 4. C: 13. 4.8. fi:4. 4:5 3:15. 4:3. 3 Any further informntioii a to the relative vslne iifi-afh fleuce, can be ascertained by examining them in their present condition. THOMAS BUTCHER. A Dwelling House "Buried Alive." The Pittsbusg Commercial gives the fol lowing account of the singular sinking of a dwelling house, and the fortunate es cape cfall the inmates, near Hahouoy Ci ty, fceiiuyikill count v l a: It seems that at that point a "breast" of the Boston and Mahonoy coal compa ny's colliery had been worked to within about 20 feet of the sarface of the earth and that located just above it stood a two-story frame house, ."occupied by Mr. Thomas T. Myers, a breaker boss at the colliery, and his family, lie had a num ber 'or-boarders, whose clothing, &c. were in the house. About three o'clock on Friday afternoon, as Mrs. Morris Kob inson of this borough, wife of the super intendent of the colliery, was on a visit to the house, and Mrs. Myers M erc in the vitclien, tnev lelt the house movirg, and rushed with haste into the open air. Two minutes had hardly elapsed after they left the house before it sank with a surging, swaying motion into a huge cnasm, to the depth of about eighty feet. Large masses of earth and rock from the sides of the chasm immediately closed in upon the house, burying it almost com pletely from view. The crash was tre mendous. The complete entombment of the dwelling, which was thirty-five feet long, may be imagined, says the Miner's Journal, when, we state that the chasm formed by the sinking of the mine would readily have admittted a building over one hundred feet in length. The" house coutained seven beds and bedding, four stoves bureaus and other furniture, be sides a considerable quant ity of clothing Sunday school library and some money. There was fire in several of the stoves and shortly after the occurrence smoke was seen iiwuhig vtfrora the; :cart h which covered the. rootV rendering it almost cer- tain that the -house had been set on fire. Streams of water were directed into the chasm, and it was hoped that: the house would not bo entirely destroyed. For tunately the startling occurrence was not attended by the loss of human life. Had taken place at night ten lives might have beeu IostT But. it took place at an hourvWhen some of Mr. Myer's children had-jgohe t64fechooi, while, the others were playingujfsvlevj v ,Jur C";-. MiLLiS-Rt- fc Fakct Goods. Miss Wnionx & Biio. ar filling ujp their, store-" again- with a very desirable and ,chcicc selection of Spring Millinery, coafeigtinj: as fol- Sows Ladies and Msm.Btrawrand fancy Braid Bonnets. Hats of all the. prcyailin3,ttylee, and, poyelUcs of the season. - vr s v ft " Jlourniiis Bonnets, Veils & Collars. Ladies Caps. In fant5Cap& Boniiete.' ' ElegSiit '8at,'Floer, Lacee, Ribbons,Straw tiniiiWng! OrnamantSjclloopSkirts, Cor fets. Stamped Y6V, Sfct BjraidA. f rartiQiiUir attralion paiiLin making Old. LaUies', Bin ncta hv Bonncte lA IlatB drci4ed over in thtf latest ftylc. IneoiMiectioii with onr store, a first elaas; Dress Hakcr can bc"fouud. Pattorus undDroes tdmihTpgs for pale. Don't fbrjet-the placej 2 doors South of the Fisk House. . We also have the agency of Durw & Co's extensive Dy ing Establishment. Ladks r Gents 'Wishing anything in that line, will please leave their goods at our store, and have them sent and returned free of cliarije.' :.,:.: Mies WnisHT & Bno. ' Ashtabula, April 1, ISfiT. .. ... . . . . IK)1 Some "of oiir cbtcmporaries seem to think that the tri umph of their cause depended, Skc the late of Jericho, upon the amount of noise made in these days of refine ment and luxury, an article of real intrinsic merit is soon appreciated ; hence the -unbounded aud unparalleled success of PLANTATION BITTERS. Tlifc fehiody has ever and always been found reliable. As a gentle stimulcnt and tonic appetizer it cannot.be excelled. It is no doubt a sovereign remedy for stom acluc disorders for dyfepsia, liver complaint, and.' in stimulating a healthy appetite. .- ' ;-.- ; JtX(rNfetH'ATEii. A delightful toilet articlc-itfpce-ior to ;iHo7,'ne and at half the price. -' 2tll LOCAL NOTICES. Helmbold's Fluid Extract S -a- QcMta'ni, Cure for Diseases-, of? the Bladder; " Kidneys, " Gravel, Dropsy, ' 'Organic weaknesses, Female Complaints, gen'ral Debility and' all diteases of the " ' - Urinary Organs, whetherexistinguw r:,-.'," '7 -i ' ' " r . . o ..? - ' Male or; Female, from whatever cause originating and no matter of - :!.,". - . How long standing. Diseases'bf these organs require the use of diuretics.' ; If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or In sanity imay-ua sue.: Our Flesh and Blood are supported from theeq eonnjes, and. tto -.. .j n v. . v HEALTH AND II.APpiNELS, v and that'bf posterity," depends npon prompt use of a relia ble remedy. - . . LTelmbo'M's Extract uchu, . - , established upwards of 1 rears'. rrenred br " - - 1L T. HELM BOLD, Druggist, A . ' : ' S94 Broadway, New York, " wm gireei, rniiaaeipnia, ra. pjo ! Aetrx, Chills, or Intermtttbnt Fever cured, oi the money refunded. Db. Witt s Ague Pills are entirely a new medicine, and having been tried in over 1200 of the very worst and obstinate cases of Chills and Fever, and not failed even in one case to effect a speedy cure, the proprietor gutrantees them to cure every case, even after all other medicines fail. Those suffering should imme- Oiateir givexncm n irm. lueyare warranted ta cure. For sale by druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of the price, $1. Address Db. Witt, Box 611, Cincinnati, Ducro & Bro., sell a good' Sea-Grasa matress, at $4. Ducro & Bro., fell Spring-Seat Lounges, at $10. This isthescason for coughs and colds! those suffer- ng with sucta, or any anection of the throat or lungs, will find Dr. Strickland's "Mellifluous Conph'Rn1sam',an excellent remedy; in lact, all his medicines are worthy the confidence or our reauers. see advertisement. Dr. Eaton's Anodyne Corc'al irill always be found at tt nuwnova nprn hthdv j . 11 . 11 Ij., lH A kJA'A.uva J 1 . 11. . SWEET OPOPONAX! New Perfume from.Mexi- . i . eo. i ne oniy iasuionauio penume and ladies' delight. IS" SWEET OPOPONAX FEOM MEXICO t The moHt elegant and csoential personal requisite for a lady, Kvtrn-t of Sweet OtMinonax." E. T. SMITH A CO.. New York lT- SWEET OPOPONAX I Is the sweetest Extract made. Supercedes all others. Try it once ; wiU uso no omer. . t-A NEW PaKDLJlJSl Called Sweet Opoponox from Mexico, manufactured by E. T. SMITH & CO. New York, is making a sensation wherever it is known. Is very delicate, and its fragrance remains on tho hand' kerchief for days. Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia. tW SWEET OPOPONAX ! Ladies, in ti,..t m ing calls, carry joy and gladness, when perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.. IW. SWEET,' OPOPONAX t " The only eleatnt Pur- fume. Ts found on all tnili't nH n.v... t... , . , . r i 1 U1C UHUU- kerchiefs. . X3T SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO I New. very rare, rich and fashionable perfume;-. The finest ever imported or mannfiictured in the United Slates. Try it and be convinced. MARRIED. At the resilience ot" the Bride's father, Ansel Undell,: in ! Jefferson, ' June 4th, Alfred T. Rund. of Fowler Trumbull Co. O. to Adelaide M. UdelL In Jefferson, on the 17th, of Jnnc by E. J. Betta, Nelson Arnold, of Saj brook Ashtabula Co. to Lucy Alkins, of Tbomp9ou, Geauga Co. O. In Trumbull, on the 12th of June, by Daniel Webb, Frank A. Loomis to Nettie Maltbv al of the same place. Tn Plcrnont. on the 11th of .Tnnp W 1f Tl.it . James Leyntze of Conneaut Pa., to Jerusha Liiiie oi juonroe. u. At the Fisk House, Ashtabula on the ISth. by Rev. J. N. McGiftvrt, Itss Moatgoivier-, of liarpersfield to Sarah Iloskina, of Geneva. DIED. Announcments free; Commendatorv Notices, half rates. Died in Saybrook on the 13lh inst. of Quick ConMimption" Jcne, c!ar;btr of John, and Hannah Daw, of Cornwall, England, aired 19 years and 8 months. She died in true faith of Christ, and her last end was Peace. In Lenox June 2d, of Consumption, Maria E. Gleason nged 17 years, only daughter of Enoch L. Gleason. In Lenox, April 2Gth, Mrs. Eveline, consort of the late Ludiu Groves, aged 82 years. In Windsor, June 1 2th, of Consu mplion John Clapp, son of Earl and Dorothy Clapp,, aged 21 years. ... . LEATHER AND FINDINGS. WW. SIITIT, MAXUFACTUIiEH and Dealer in Leather and Findings, Mail street, (opposite I'hirnix Foundry) Ashtabula, Ohio. CASH PAID FOK HIDES. PELTS AND CALFSKINS. Just received, and now for sale as good an assorted stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS as cau be found in any Western Market, and which will be sold on the tnotit reasonable terms. I hope to make it. n object for Boot and fchoe, and Harness Manufacturers in the vicinity, to favor me witn tneir patronage, reelmsr satisfied that I can sell them everything needed in their business as cheap as can be found in Cleveland, or even the Eastern Markets, thereby saving freight and traveling expenses, and loss of time. All arc cordially invited to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Confident that I can make it for your interest to buy in this market. I shall take pleasure in seeing my old friends and the public, and showing them my stock. Below, I give a partial list of articles : punish and slaughter, sole, upper and harness Leather: Spanish and slanghtcr kip ; French calf and kip ; oak ana hemlock calf and kip; collar leather and horse hides; men's and women's morocco : band aud lacing leather ; linings, bindings, topping and russets. 4 rifluirsui. T.na4x mna tlironrl irnhh liif'L'nrrVa Tnlr I pln find 9in nails, round head tacks, bristles, awls, hammers, pincers, sand stones, rnsps. knives floats size sticks, and straps. lxMit trees, shoe luces, punches lasting irons, eyelets, eve let sets, stitch-wheels, stitch-markers, heel shaves, edge planes, strip awls, welt knives, elastic, heel ball, stitch ing cord, lasting tacks, heel and toe plates, boot blacking, boot brushes, harness oils, and all kinds of finishing irons, etc. etc. W. W. SMITH. Ashtabula, Dec. 1865. 832 TIic Howe Machine Company's . SEWINO MACHINES, , 699 Broadway, New Yorki Tor Tamil ies and t Manufacturers. These Worid-Ilenouned See ing Machines : Were awarded the highest premium at the orld s Fair n London, and six First Premiums at thoJiew -lork State Fair in the Year lSGti, and are Celebrat?d for Doing "the Best Work, using a rswch smaller loedlc for the same ,lhread tliau any oilier machine, arid by the Introduction of the moat approved machinery, we are now enabled to supply the " Very Best Machines in tbe World. ' These machines are' made at onr new and spacious Factdry at : Bridgcport,i Conn4 under the immediate su pervision of the President of the Company," ELIAt HOWE, Jr. the original inventor of the Sewing Machine." Thcv are adapted to all kinds -of Family Sewing, and to he use of the. seamutress. Dress Maker Tailor, Manui facturer of ahirts, collars, sfcirt,: cloaks. Mantillas, cloth ing, nats, caps, corsets, Uoots, snoca, Harness., saauiua, linen goods, umbrellas, parasols. &c. They. work, equal ly wcllnpon silk, linen, woolen and cotton good, wlth s'ilk, cotton or linen thread. They will seam, quilt, gath er, hem, fell,- .cord, braid, bind, and perforin every spe cies of sewing, making a beautiful and perfect stitch, alike on both sides of the articles sewed. . . The stitch invented bv Mr. HOWE, and made on this machine, is the most popular and durable, and all Sew ing Machines are subject to the principle lnveuioa dv him. , ; . . -: t Send for Circular. - - ' THE HOWE MACHINE COMPANY, 8S9 D. M. Soincrvlllc, General Agent. .112 Snpcrlor-St, Cleveland, Ohio. WM. CLOVER, Aoekt, Ashtabula, Ohio. LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. XV. BUADLISY'S Celebrated Pateut DUPLEX ELLIPTIC : (OR DOUBLE SPRING) ' ; S K I B T ! ZIIE wonderful exibility and great comfort aud pleasure to any lady wearing the duplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly in ail crowded assemblies, operas, carriages, railroad carv church pews, arm chair's, for promenade and house dressy as the Skirt cau be folded when in use to oucupy a jmall place as easily aiU conveniently as a silk or muslin dress an invaluable quality in crinoline-not" found in airy Single Spring Skirt... . . . - A lady haviu" enjoyed the pleasure, .comfort, and great convenience. of .wearing the Dui-Lex Elltptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single day will never afterward will-' ingly dispense with their use.. For Children, Mioses and Young Ladies they are superior to all others?.1 ' They will not bend or break like the Single Spring, but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when three or four ordinary Skirts will have been thrown aside as useless. The Hoops are covered with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods are not only double springs, but twice (or double) covered, preventing them from wearing out when dragging. down. stoops, stairs, &c. ' - ' The Duplex Elliptic is a great fovorke with all ladies, and is nmversaUv recommended bv the Fashion Man. sines as the STANDARD SKIRT OF THE FASHION-. A or C iirfTr Tk . . m . -. - : To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in crin oline, viz: Superior quality,: perfect manuiaetBre, fetyl, ish shape and finish, 'flexibility, durability, comfort and economy, inquire for J. W. liBADLET'a'DtrpLxx Ellip tic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure yon get the gen uine article. CAUTION. To guard against IMPOSITIOX. be par ticular to NOTICE that, akirta offered as "DUPLEX." have the red ink stamp, viz : " J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs'' upon the waistband none others are genuine. . Also notice that every Hoop will admit a pin being passed through the centre, thus revealing the two (or double) springs braided -together therein, which is the secret of their flexibility andstrength, and a com bination not to be found in any other Skirt. - r FOR SALE in all stores were flrst-class skirts are Mid throughout the United States and elsewhere. Manufactured by the Sole Owners of the Patent, t WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY;' :1 9C5 ' 97 fy bombers, an 4 9 and 81 Reade fits.,: : ' . . $M P4lp ,. fig , V - For, Hoots and Shoes, GENTS'LADLES' & CHILDREITS WEAR, to;:tlie New Custom Shop, Main VJ street, opposite the North Park, and ot nrirm ARTICLE, custom made, in good style, from the best of stock.- One Pair will Out-Wear Iw Pair T Eastern Slop work, And cost bat little,- if : any more. ' S REPAIRING NEATLY & PROMPTLY DONE. A new process for repairing Eastern tewed work. ALL WORK "WARRANTED. E. A O. H. ADAMS. 800 Ashtabula, May 7, 1367. - 1867. Boots & Shoes. 1867. T HAVE just received my sprino; stock of ) , v; V l i t r, . BOOTS AND ( SHOES, ; Bought for cash, and wiH sell for tbe "stamps " at the lowest figures. Among my stock may be found all the styles of LADIES' AND GENTS' GOODS, ,v.- t. U Consisting of Ladles Glove Kid Balmorals, 1 - , -,, , : Ladles' Goat aad Kid Balmoral, Ladles CalTand Kid Balmorals,' , Ladles Pb. Graln'Balmorals' '"" Ladles' Calf Balmorals. - .:..-. 40 doz. Serge Gaiters and Balmorals. Tipped and Plain Blonehers. French Calf (pegged and Sewed) BOOTS, warranted. A full line of Men's, Boys' and youths' Calf. Grain and PateLt Railroad Ties and Balmorals. Gents' Scrgo GAITERS; Carpet, Plush and Kid SLIP PERS. A great variety of CHILDREN'S SHOES AND CACK.S, all styles. .... Any person in want of cood. honest work, call and ex amine my stock, and I will guarantee pnee and quality lu cult. CLOSING OUT AT COST, A LOT OF HATS AND CAPS, A choice stock of Brown, Crushed, and Coffee SUGARS. Black and Green TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, CANDLES, SOAP; SALERATUS, YANKEE NOTIONS . AM ' ' HOSIER Y. All of which I submit for Inspection. ' JOHN P. ROBERTSON. Ashtabula, May, 18G7. " "9 06 - ''- PRICES FALLING I . r r' i rr - 1 .fv".-. ,;T ; ,"-,., ,.:';... . ?-r..rO '"Til i PRICES FALLING U Vb i . 'v- ; :-! --..- - -vU .i- r 'H i ;, ... f-'G:t ,- -l . '." ,-;: ! : ui ,i; i - .--iii -t '.l' ' i ' .' .:-.' : .': - ' -i .-. -. ' .- . tr . ',.!. .. . ..! ... .. ..!:. ' vn'.i-jf-'' ; K 1 . ' .-.fi :..f.i A FULL STC'K tpFr ; ; ' r i ? r v i"i'T '!' .. . ; . -I'!; - .' ' ' - -r" . fif -lii i h -i'i 'i-r'io-: .y.t fl" ' hj , I .-. T.; -l. i-iv:-.?' .1 - '-.It'. I - . .-A -i-, i.i.- - 'li- ."''i'llT I.t. Ol iMVt t'iW I r-t ' i. it ,1. . ' . . WILL BE SOLD LOW. . i ' ! CALL ANT) SEE! "", . . I CALL AD SE!- . '. - i . I :.. . a ".1 - ' . . . - ! it ' . ! :CALiSEEl':-,. ' , . . f .1 :: ..' I - ' i-.l.'U Ti.)ii""!' MJiUf M j AshtabulaApril 18, XMISIa 003. ) HASKELL'S COLUMN. pOTTON YARN, Batta, Ac The suDscrtDen nave Just received a supply or these articles, that so many of tneir customers have been so long waiting and winning for. Cheap and of good qual ,yi v , B- W. HASKELL & CO. Ashtabula, March 20, 196T. a. 1897. . --". i ." 9 ' U $ m 01 H 0- 0 0 o 0 5) H 4 "V Co," H cl CD M o p. "S K H 0 o o 8- & H- I n O t1, .0 0 .1 ;; i & 55 y- v M Q 0 01 ' - 4.. 7. - -0 "0 . . . lit 3.'Ql 4 "" si- i ,: .-..)f'. . ::: " ... .' T. ' -t' f. ' .tr -,. r ' " .' .7 . ." lu'i'"-.' -f :. . l , I.;' Real Estate-Farms. J. R. COOK, REAL ESTATE Agent. For the Sale and Purchase, of Real Estate, OFFICE OVER MORRISON A TICKSOH'S STORE, Main Street, Ashtabula, Ohio. ' ' V& Property sold for Commission or otherwise, a greed upon, and ho sale, no cumi !J A Sale Direct or Indirect, eesstitates a Commission. CLARENDON HOTEL That flrst class new four-story Brick Block in Ashtabula, known as tbe Clar endon llotek including about 65 rooms and one of the best halls betwera Buffalo and Chicago, 50x80 feet ; three stores, Saloon; Barber Shop, Restaareet, and two-story dwelling house and barns now on the premises, Whol size of block 70x8V fcat. Brick block entirely new and built with all the modern stylo of improTemeats. Whole size of building on ground TVXHO aud 84x44 feet and two stories, and dwelling house 3z45 feet two-story, and barn 44x80 feet. Hotel now doing a large businesa and one of .the best locations on the Western Reserve. T some person favored by riaB the above property oners superior inducements as it is the rery best location In the city of Ashtabula, and la" that superior kind of prop erty In regard to location and buildings, Ac. that due not ordinarily come into the market! and is a, cbnace that may not present itself again la a fife time. To aa enterprising business man the a bore tea rare chance, for sale for fc-'&.OUU and do session riven Immediately. Sub ject to leases. One half down, balance in 1134 and yearn, secured by mortgages on premises. 15 Five A ere Lot within X mile of tbe Depot. For sale tot $1UU per acre. One-half dow n, balance oo time. - House and Lot on Center street. For sale for $1.MU0... - I.oton Elm Street. 4)4 rods front a Terr desirable building tot. , Price $4U0. , ; . Amoa? the many valuable Farms and ether pmnertr now offered through this agency, I would call particular" attention to the foilowimr, viz : 1 02 2-3 acre in Plymouth. 4 miles from Asl tabula village : small honse, good :x40 foot barn wit , sheds; good yoang orchard of 13l)tre; peers, peacbea grapes utc; rood sugar bush of three hundred trees ; arm well watered with a never Failing spring of water; 40 acres timbered land, balance improved and ia a high state of cultivation. Price 43 pur acre and terms of pavment easy. erea of the very best timbered land in the coun ty, 4 miles from Ashtabula at Plymouth l)epot, consist ing of a large amount of white oak. suitable for ship building; a large amount of whitewood, ash and encam ber; timber has not been culled. For sal tot $?& per acre. 1 9 aerea at Plymouth depot, suitable fcr bsiMlng good barn, for sale for $tiu per acre. 53 40-100 atere Farm in Plymouth. tX mile from Ashtabula village, aud mile south of the center or Plymouth, good new two story house with two wings-, 3 good wells, a good foot barn with two sheds. 3 orchards of about 100 trees. 14 acres timbered land situ ate within 1-2 mile of the depot, a verv desirable home stead, for sale at the low pnee of 3,5C0. and terms giv en for a portion of the purchase money if deeired. 3 aere Farm in this township, S miles from Ash tabula Village, good new house and barn, S acres ofsood orchard, li acres timber and within X mile ofC K. R farm well fenced and in high stateof cultivation, a cry desirable homestead and for sale for the low price of $"i,550, and time given for part if desired. 67 V Aere Farm on the Lake She re 3 miles East of Ashtabula Hamur. irood house 28 fe it square, good 30 by 40 foot barn, good water, WO good apple trees, chej ries. peach, Jfce., about ten acre timbered, soil black, land gravely f nd farm well fenced and in high state of cultivation, for sale for$s0per acre, aad time given for a portion of purchase money if desired. 37 1-2 Aere Farm, 3 miles from thie YUlae good house and Bam. 4 acres of good Orchard, good Water, and firm well fenced and in a high state of cultivation, for sale for the low price of $1,700, or will throw in one acre of wheat, one Cow, 40 sheep, one- yearling, two shoars, one iron beam plow, one narrow and two wa? oaa, fnr $1,!M. Must be sold within ninety days, if it has to he gacriaevd. 64 Aere Farm n North Ridge, three-fbarths of a mile from Kingsville D j.jot, with good house, soft water good barn and sheds, good cora-house, Ac. good orehaid and altoat Hiacres of good timber. Well fenced and in a high state of cultivation, with water in every field but onrv-for sale for the low price ef f) per aere and time, given for a portion of the purchase money if desired one of the most desirable Ride farms in the county. 2S Acre three talfee from Ashtabula village good house, barn and water, good orchard of 3U0 trees cherries and small fruits ef all kinds a very desirable homestead, for sale for less than the buildings can cow be built fcr price Itfm. 73 3-4 Aere2V miles from the village of Aahtabn la small house, good barn and stables, good water, 43 grafted young apple trees, good snsarbush, 14 acres tim ber for sale at the low price of $3,500, and time given fo a ....... i..n :J i I 25 Aere Farm in thie Town shin, two and a half miles from Aehtabula villa r, tkxxl New llonse. chioce young orchard of apple, peaches, pears, cherries, Jx. Uood soft water, three acres timbered, price, $2,300. 99 Aere Farm at Kingsville Depot, good bonsa four good barns, splendid orchard of ap4ev, peacnesf pairs, cherries, quince. e. Black sand loam . One o, the best watered firms in the coaaty, water can be taken into any lot on the farm, six acres Umbered, one of tho very best (arms in the market and for sale for the low price of $35 per acre, and time irivea for a rxution of rwtr- chascr's money if desired. Alto a ten acre wood lot. connected wun toe anove, seven miles irom t&e samo that will be sold with the above or not, at the option of tbe purchaser, on which the timber is worth double the price aked for toe same for sale for $35 per acre. . - 1 06 Aere Faroe, two miles from the village, good hoase, barn, fruit aud water, full equal to any of tha Ridge Farms in the market. For aale for the low price of $fi$ 0 per aere 63 Aere of Land, IV tones from tbe vinase. Sandy, graveiy lead, about S acres timbered, on the line of the C. 4 E. K.U. For sale, very cheap, price $58 per acre, or will be etil.np into lots to suit piirchasera. 94 Aere Farm, on Sonth Ridge, in Ashtabula, 4 miles from the viUa, good house and water. 3 haras and shed, a never failing Spring of water at .the bam. two old o. caards, one youn orchard, about live acres of heavy timbered, being an old homestead fum and not before offered for sale for the past thirty years, is new offered for sale on very reasonable, terms. One of tha very best Ridge Farms in the market. . Ho ue and Lot, on Division Street, 'good fruit and good water. Price $1,300. Hoaae and " Lot of J 71-100 acres, on Prospect Street, house well flnianeiL, good barn, L'ood water, splen did variety of grapes, cherries, plumbs, peachss, rasp berries, 1 1 ick-ourries, straw-berries, etc. Considering quantity of land, few place equal it. For sale for tho low price of $4,000, and time inven if desired. . ' Lot and Shanty at Depot, for sale for the low price of $140. A Good Honse and 9 Lot, In Blocks 7 and 3, in Humphrey's Plat, at -As4?hala Drpot. Sinrated Korth of IUi I Road Passenger House, and bounded South by Rail Road Depot Grounds, a very desirable business loca tion to be sold ia lots to suit purchasers. Price of whola $1,350. 1 T5 Acre Farm in this township. 3 milea from thie village. Frame bouse, good water, two a era vineyard, a good young orchard, a good water power, SO acres of tim ber, for sale for tbe low price of $2,500, aad time give for a portion al the BBichaae moucy. if desired Prise II. 909 70 Aere Farm hi riymocth, on the Plank Road. between .Ashtabula and Jefferson, six miles from thla village, a raod beasc, twa barns, a good orchard and water. 19 acres, of timber, .the balance in high statemta cultivation, for sale for the low price of $4,500. and i givea forja amtioB Of purchase money. 95 Aero Farm in Plymonth, two miles from tbe-ril-Iage,god forming land, facing two road?, very conve- ntent to be cat into two farms, for sale for tha lnw nrir. of $44 per acre, and time given on a part if desired. Five Lots on the corner of Nathan and Mara streets, ood fruit, one of the most desirable building locations in town, for sale for tha low prion of $150 per lot or $7U0 for the whole.- - . A Good House and Lot on Sycamore streets For sale very cheap. Price. $8.'50. .. , . A eood House and Lot, 40 feet front, with good fruit and water, on Division street. For taiii tor the low price of $1,300. and time given for a portion of the pur. chase money, if desired. ! Tliat very deairable Property on prospect ' street owned by. Edward A. Hitchcock. Large and cona modious iiuw honse, with all of the mo lern :m rove ments. Lot. 80 foot front, contaiiiinj; p-fl) of an' acre. Good fruit and water. , Also, connected with the above, and fronting on Cen ter street, and bounded east by the rail road depot grounds, that well known, shop ef Edward A. nitchcock, with H horse power steam engine, and boiler with all tbe tools and implement for the buggy-shaft business, good new planing machine, and all the necessary tools and mac hi- ' aery for making dry barrels. A rare chance for an enter prising busines&.man. For sale ebeap. Price $10,000. Enquire of Bbvabd A. Hitchcock, on premises, or of J. R. Cook, .. . . . - - i 98 acre form, four miles from village. Good house and barn, good orchard, good water. So acres timbered. For sale very cheap, aud possession given immediately if desired. Price, ,750. . , ... 135 aere farm, about 4 V miles from this Tillage. ' Good house, barn, fruit and water. 25 aere timbered. Price, $1,500. Possession given immediately, and time given fora portion of the purchaso money, if deeired. 91 aere Ridge farm. -1 miles from village. Good bouse, 3 good barns, good water, good orchard. 25 acree timbered, snd near the C. and E. R. R. One of the" most desirable Ridge Lurms in the market. For sale very cheap, aud time givea for a portion of the purchase money if do ' 16 10100 acre 3X miles from village, Sgeod honses,5barna,.goQd orchard, good water. QU acres, tim bered. Vwh sugar hash. Price. 4V). 36 20-100 aere form 3tt miles frum thta tUhoc. Good house, barn, water and orchard. 1 acres timrwrftt. For sale very reasonable and posessioa givva iimuwhimiw ly. If desired. 4 l-S aerea on usu csnoro, j mile rrom KingsvIHo depot. Uood honse and barn, and out houses, good wa ter, good orchard of 130 trees. & acres timbered. Price, Hue and Lot of X acre, on Prospect street- Good fnrit and water. One of the most desirable resi dences in town. For sale very cheap. Price, $3,000. 32 aere. three miles from village-. Good boose. ' barn, fruit and. water. 20 acres well timbered, balance la high state of cultivation. For sale very cheap, and pos session given-iaimediately, if desired. Price $I0. 81 l-2acreoon liidge, 3 miles from village, S nouses, 3 bams, good frait and watur. Price, $7,i50s. . Also, 3 V 1- aereo aujoiuunr uieaoovo, 13 acres meadow, well watered, for sale at $80 per acre. i 54 acres 3 miles from this, village, gnod house, bam and water. Good orchard. Price, $3,500. - ; 52 acres miles from villare. GonA Torn orchard and water. Price, $1,000, -. .- : 116 aerea $ miles from village. Good house, 14 rooms, 3 barns and shed. 9 good orchards, good water 17 acres ti inhered, price. $35 per acre. . -- 24 1 acre 4 miles from village. 9 rood Imuuimi barns and .good sheds, good fruit and water, so seres umocreo. naiance in mgn state oi cuiuvatlttn. Can on divided into two forms. For eale very cheap, and tenna of payment easy. ; 1 8 u aeree, tne om homestead farm. mnes from this ' village, on Lake Shore, in Ashtabula, formerly owned by ; mtob innnim , guuu noura ana war ex, - narQS, good Or- . chard of 125 bearing trees and 125 young trees, good sugar bush, 90 acres timbered, balance under cultivation; for sale very reasonable, and terms of pavment easy : en-. quire of Gn-si rr Hakmok, on premises, or at sbove office, 2 3 aeree of Timbered Land, within one mile of thin " village. For sale very cheap. 4 3 aerea, t miles from the village, good honse, barn fruit and water; a very desirable homestead. Price.. $3,226. Enquire of B. IL Mabbhas on premises, or of 4 R-Cook. .'.v.w--' Also 1 4 aeree adjoining; the above. Small bo-e. Price $H0 per acre. 1 00 aerea in Plymouth, good bouse. 4 good barn, 4 rood orchards, good water, 90 acres timbered, and farm in a high state of cultivation. Price, $4,500. ' 50 aere of land in Plymouth, small house, 30 acres Improved, balance well umbered, good water, $1,500 f. i ' Also a nnmbeeT very desirable bnUd'z lotsinthis VUlaj. ForMlcchcap. .