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qutpre tli-four U bnd j and by. Uvl , ttvla arid sferBrtc of the aajarrafc. If tfaeawtUikg at all satlf.cJory,. iXtty "win pMmatr and ar all ai m admitted within tha ltcl. circl no farther qne tfAM.MktdwrCMwcfeao' Saka. It U Aoe ad m4 bwiT1, tttalth and net wr(A that tnakes Ibamnir What a standard 1 What a than I What a barlraqne ! Kay t It la . considered by many aa a trim to be poor! "Dime mi dollar, dollar and dimes, Aa mpty.Dor 1 th khm of crime." VERITAS. "WEEKLY TELEGRAPH ! ASHTABULA , OU t". Sitard&y Morning Feb. 11, 1871. EaTTbe locaaaolltre-has been raised at New Hamburx,.lrwt, the engineer's body waa not found.. The FmsalkM are imposing forced contri butions on.Uia Freuch cities now occupied.. There are one or two departments iaa Trance that refute to accept the arruistier. In which hostilities are continued. Ant arrangement has been made with the Bpannish Government for the settlement of the claims of Americans In Cuba. UTThe Gulon steamship Wyoming and the Cuaard tteamer Morrocco collided in the Mersey. The latter waa to much damaged that the waa run ashore to atop the leak. ty But a little more than Ave reara remain before we reach the Fourth of July, 1878, the centennial anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence. WGen. Sickles bos concluded at Madrid negotiations for a mixed CommiseUm to settle the claims of American cltlaens foe Injuries to persona and property in Cuba.. tSTTbe Ptuteian government hat (tiered upon the pleasing duty of calculating the oost C the war which Fraiwe Is- expected to re fund. tW The Logaa Ktpulli&in estimates that f 1 ,000 ba been sent bast front that place, for counterfeit money, to bogus Ormt which send back scrap-iron, pine chips aud pas -board. IThc Liverpool Courrter of tho 11th says that a French transport, with twelve hundred and fifty persons on board, hat foun dered off Cape La Hegue, and that, all on board ware lost. tySome nanghly boy In L'eon VaD, the other day, ornamented an old, Gothic-framed horse, hitched ta an awnlug post, with a stolen card sign which read r-. "Oats wanted ;. inquire within." ty Commissioner ricaaonlon does not seem la have nioch. faith that the income tax will be repealed, tar ha gava orders for the print ing ef the Income blanks. The assessments are to be made next uuirab. tSTThere is really no grouud for any rise In the price of kid gloves on account of the war. None are made in Rouen or Orleans ; while Grenoble and the district round It, where they are made, has-not been Interfered with. tyThe Prussian. government has declared that Roman Catbolio Bishops have no right, within its dominions, to. remove and deprive of their salaries such Romanist ptofessora of Theology at repudiate the new doctrine of Papal Infallblllty. tSThe trial oi Andrew J. Bauder. for the murder of his wife in April lust, which hud been In progress at Toledo, for two weeks, was concluded on Thursday of last week, with a verdict of manslauKbter. The sentence was ten yean' impruionnient In the Penitentiary. tSTR. Lyle White, for a number, or years connected with the Meadville llepubliean, hav ing recently dissolved canneotloni with that paper, has purchased an Interest, in. tho Erie OautU, and is soon to taku charge of. that pa per. QTThe number of Germans In Paris before the outbreak of the war aud the decree of ex pulsion, waa about 168,000. The number eta ted to be there at preteul Is about 700 who are almost exclusively invalids, old men and ejildren. UTTlie Painevilla . Telegraph "says that Hon. U. P. Slearuu,, recently elected to the I'. 8. Senate from Minnesota, was raised In iUj south part of Madison towiiMliip. lie Is a Urulher of Mrs. Jan. Raplee, of North Madi a:i, and also, we believe, of Mrs. Albert Mix er, of Unionville. :yRuasU llixtiavs, tie present United Stales Marshall, for. the Northern district of Ohio, haa been renominated by the President, ui d his name tent to tho SenaUt for - oonOruia- -.. Mr. Hastings has been an excellent oflt tir, aad we have heard no complaint against !'( from any source. tSTTTna encouraglnu report that the Prus -.-Frencb Armistice bat been extended until '.in end of the month, though unconfirmed, It i r.iliaely true and affosde another assurance the elections have been a genera) oxpres ' . of a desire for peace, and Wiat the Awem i., u 111 accept tho terms wbiuh tho Germans . iu i-.ady to exteud.. iTThe tleeplag oar on a Rutland, Ver usout, train ran off the track the other day uul scooted down a fllteeo-foot embankment - .1 .?veral rods out mk a fluid without up the wheels ruunlng freely on the fro i. .. round. None of lit paaacaxert were te i . -!y injured , but they wondered what was :g next ' iThe reporUxl number of paupers In L .-n at the end of the first week In Jan i r- waa 180,378 j or whom 88.438 were "in i-.r," and 118,020 "out door." Thlt wet a 'vie of 4,008 aa- omtipared with the cor- - tiling period of W10 1 aa Increase of w.-i jver J809, and a decrease or 4,047 from. . Blague, aayt a Brest Dispatch of the bat appeared among the immense drovet t aUa intended for the relief of Paris, aud h. m4.in eereVvn hat been established around iu animals whieh have become lulecte. The ih . Cs are so nuiuerout that it It lmtsvlble itury the carcases; they are, therefore, . 4.d ea eoademned war ships, towed out ' at a and sunk. .Tbe friends ef Minister Bancroft have i.itcowred that If the hill prepared by the -e Foreign Affairs Committee to appejnt i. ...alater te tha German Baaplre la neat d, .i, la other words Hie Berlin mission It r .:cd to a flrst-claaa mission, It will legislate uul or efflce. Boeretary Fish, aat Assist ir Secretary Davit, who la Mr. .Bancroft '4 , .cw, art at work to bar.) him, the preset t , . ,ter, retained at Berlin. tViioward University at Washington, D, i JU graduaUd its first claaa oft colored . vera, tea la nuiuber. Each of the gysdu read aaaaya, and the school was addressed l ia.Ujni lumnr mJ Shamian, Attorney '- Atrpuu ajtd Oeaeral Howard. The ... .rib waa crowdaJ.an.lUa occasion, General . ' .rinan, Henry Wlion Hoae Maynard, i .colored member of Congress, MAlmany j a distinguished men, occupying the plkt f ,. There are about sixty students In Ihj i ,,iuyttr classes. ' is of a Taim or mm Tfcwtaai., and toe Bah Dtmntoo. Commimiokhh, Like Mahomed's coffin, thlt. Maaoar haa for tout day bvtn hanging In mm public mlud btww wind and' water The authorities,. However, Inks no discouraging lw f ilia affair, and think ttoM wrirliftrirtg the Commissioners In safety to thtir deatinatlon, and disappoint tome of our democratic friends ef the anticipated pleasure of writing the epataph of "Old Ben Wade." Ills mission, with tUem, Is not yet fulfilled, and they may as well make up thtto minds to hear from him again. The GovaRHORsnir. Our usually ludl elout friend of the Geaii strtiek out for a candidate for Governor, and nts Tiewe, at set rorth in the following article, wJll be read with respectful attention at least, tl not with deolded approval. Lt. Got. Lee, It at unexceptionable a candidate at can be named, and we tee no impropriety in turning public attention la Wat channel : In October next, the people of Ohio ftre t efcet n Governor ; and, as the election will bo not only important in it self, but may have a bearing upon the Presidential contest of 1872, too much wisdom or caution cannot be exercised in selecting the candidate of the Repub lican party. The question is already at tracting unnsal attention in all parts of the State. Who shall be our standard bearer? Fortunately, there is plenty oi good material from which to select, and we have little fear that a poor selection will be made. Gov. Hays is not named aa anion; tho probable candidate. Having served the people acceptably for two terms, we prosunve he does not de sire another re-election, nor would he tinder all the circumstances, provo the nvost available candidate. Gen. Garfield, who has been urged in various quarters to accept the nomination, may also be regarded as out of the question. In ac cordance with the wishes of his constit uents and bis own judgment, Gen. Gar 6cld will remain at his post in Congress, and whatever servico he can render the Republicans of the State in the canvass during the adjournment, will be as effect ive as if Le were himself the candidate. Several other gentlemen have been men tioned by their friends as suitable candi dates, but, without dinparagemeut to any, we think the one most suitable is our present distinguished Lieutenant Governor, Gen. Jonx C. Lkb. It seems to us that he possesses more of the ele ments of a strong candidate than any vther, and we believe the Republicans of Ohio will consult the best interests of the party and State by placing him in nomination. IIo is in the true line of promotion. His tor vice as Lt. Governor has made li:m well known throughout the State, without in the least impairing the enviable reputation he had acquired as a good soldier,, and an able and elo quent champion of the Republican cause. As a popular orator. Gen. Lee haa few equals in the State. No man could cairy the Republican staudard in the coming campaign mote worthily or more successfully. He is, moreover a genial and exemplary gentleman, whose promotion to the highest office in the gift of the people of the Stale, would bo a recognition of his private as well as public worth. What say our breth ren of the Republican press to Gen. Leo for Governor The Ai-aiiama Claims. The IVibune Waahiugtou oorrcspnd't-l 4th-telegraphs that there ie-Uie very best authority for the announcement that the Alabama claims and the fishery troubles are to bo immediately entiled ; that Minister Schenck, in conversation last evening, remarked that the public will know within twenty-four hours why he is de tained, and the inference drawn from this aud other hints dropped in official circles is that a commissioner will bo in Washington to-day, with power to f ' I I negoliate a treaty, and that Minister Schenck is to have charge of tha matter on the part of the United Slate. It is known that a proporilioii for a partial settlement has already beon made by au thority of the British Government, but that, the terms being unsatisfactory to the United mates, the negotiations were postponed. It iu supposed that the agent, who is ezpeoted at once, will have more extended power. Mr. Sumner says there no grouud for the statement by a New York journal that he stands in the way a settlement with England, urging that no arbitration can be complete which does not include the question of a permaucnt recognition of beligerent lights. Since the above wna written, the Pres ident has appointed at commission on the part of the United States, Secretary rish, Minister Schenck, Justice Nelson, K. 1C Hoar and Senator Williams. The British Government has also appointed commission. The commissioners will meet in Washington immediately, and all questions between the Governments will be referred to them for settlement. The Senate aaa confirmed the Commis sioners on the part of th United Slates. The session of the Alabama Commis sion, it is beliervedv will be truw-t, aud in deed merely formal, tor lt ia intimated that the negotiations are really, conclud ed, and thai lbs Comnissioa is oaly to arrauge details Titers Is very little doubt that the- English Commissioners some instriioted,, te arrange the embar rassing and threatening questions on al most any reasosabU tcrs iThs Arnisticsj amo its Violations. By Ihe terms of the French sad German armis tice the ceuten Jlng armies In the field were to retain their relative petitions la whieh lbs hour of aooa oa January 81 fouod then. It so happened that, at that moment, Bourueki'i army wat la such disorderly antfdemorallxed flight toward Bwiiaerland that it could act he haltedVaitd Gen. Maateufful was left no other alternative tha t usue, which he did with something or the vigor which bad character ized German movements from the beginning of the war. This pursuit was keM un for twa ar three days after the tuking effect or the armli Mce, and in the face of the remonstrance of half the republic the Bordeaux half aud' l defiance of the rage of Minister Gambetra. Gen. Manteuul would seem to bo a strict construction, but the ludicrousness of this construction docs not appear to upset its llter alneee and correctness. Rrpvblicar Aspirations in France had a sort of wet blanket visitation, In the elections held upon the 8th. Among the 620 delegates elected, Republicanism counts but 130 friends. Imperialism makes even a still poorer snow- but 20 all told, and the Legitimists are but little more formidahIe-50-whiletheOrleanlst, who favor a monarchical form of government, take the balance 400. This teems to point to the family of Louis Philllpe as In the Kne of succession. The leading prince of that line now living, is the Count do Paris, the eldest son of Frederick, Duke of Orleans, and the grandson of Louis Philllpe; hi age la about tmtriy-clglit years. His father bavin lost hw life in 1843, Albert was loft the leadinc trrince of this family, and on tho 24th of February, 1848, be was nominated to the succession by his grand-father, Louit Phillipe, whom ad verse fortunei had forced to abdicate. Albert wat then underage, and his family was in tucu flavor that the Chamber of Deputies re luted to ratify the nomination, and since then Louit Phillipe Albert hat been simply the n . . - ouni uc t'nris. tW The Oberlin Xeir of the 0th, Inst., says Wllbcr F. McCormick, a student at the Tele- grapn institute, In company with a party of leiiow students, went to Fremont on Monday iternoon for n spree. On Tuesday, when uomcwaril bound, they stopped off at Monroe ville, and there McCormick drank to much liquor that he became perfectly wild. While the parly were waiting at the Mouroeville de pot for the eastorn train, the train on the Bal timore A Ohio road arrived, and on its ap proach to the depot, McCormick, In his drunken foolithness, got on the track, as he said to stop It. Before his friends could rescuu him from his dangerous position, or the engineer could check his train, the locomotive went over Mc Cermick, cutting off his left leg at the knee and mangling the toes on the right foot. At latest accounts lt was thought ho would die. tW Somebody has been diceim! up all the cold winters since history In Europe ; begin ning with A. D. 401, when the Black Sea was frozen over entirely. To come down to the last century, the winter of 1700 was fearful ; all tho rivers and lakes being frozen over, and even the seas, to the distance of miles from the shore. The frost penetrated three yards into the ground. Many beasts aud birds were frozen to death, and men perished by thou sands. The less hardy shrubs and veirctnliliMi were killed In England, and wheat doubled its price. The Adriatic Sea was frozen entirely over.and even the Med itei roncnn about Genoa. There were very hard winters at various times along down to 1740 when snow loy eight or ten feet deep over Spain and Portugal. All tho lakes in England froze, and a whole ox was loastcd on the Thames. The same thine was done In the winter of 1814. The Rjjai. Cavse of the War. Was not the HohunzoUerii Spanitih throne eaudidature. This was otilv made the ostensible plea for war, in tho hope of not only avenging Hmlowa, but, above all, of estranging the princes and people of Southern Germany more and more from Prussia. The object waa thus to push off and totally prevent the effects of the spirit of conciliation and friend ship, which had already begun to em brocate the chafed spott on the political corpu of the South German govern ments, and was bidding fair to soon heal up the old sore and make of the whole nation a healthy strong, united, invinci ble people under the leader-ship of Prus sia. Had Fiance not been afraid .that the North German confederation would eventually result in a complete union of bermany, the present terrible war which has reduced bur to a Becond-rate power, never would have been commenced. The idle hope of preventing a united, inde pendent German empire, led Napoleon, counseled and impelled by his light-headed cabinet and pretended friends, to ap peal to the terrible decisions of a san guine battle, and unmistakable has been the verdict. Ihe ritrhteoue iudi?inoiiLa of heaven have been visited in awful rapidity upon the sins of court and cot tage, prince and pes san t. while the blood of innocent thousands is still crviuir through tho mouths of siiflvring, aturv- , nl diui i- ,nB widows and orphans all over the' land, from the Rhine to the Seine, for justice quick, retributive justice upon me blood guiltiness oi those now repre senting her political and military power; and yet they seem to fail to comprehend the sturdy foroe of the old adaire 'hon- esty is the bist of policy." IJTWe learn that a plan is en fool for creat ing a great educational establishment, (whose tcope Is not yet extotly fixed) In connection with the city of Cincinnati. Certain funds which have been accumulating lor educational purposes, have by an act ot the Legislature been to combined and appropriated, aru ucu pewers conferred, that an Income of from 150.- 00 to $100,000 per annum ean be realized fur tills purpose. A Uonrd of Trustees has already Iweu appointed, aud they arc seeking lul'ormu linn before determining what the charactei of the institution shall he. TllC Italian CorfrnillCUt has declared Ilia Lihrury and Pictures In tho Vatican to be Na tional property. MARRIED. In Erie. Pa.. Feb. 8th at tha rl. nr u ur Rood. K.u., hy Kv J F Huauldinir. Mr. 1'mumab Cmu.i te Mlaa Hannah Harhinutun, both of Krto. In Aalilabula. at SI. Puter'a Chnn-h Wah link t,. n... Jamea Uonnar, Kowahii M. Nkttlstun, of Maabaltan. Kauaaa, to Mlaa Mart A. llUKaLtK,of Haybrook. In Whanli..alll. V.kutl. V.- 1. .. . M. Aauaawa, of llariieraSeld, to Mia Loia i.vN, of Auatluburg. Ill (lenera. FobUth. be Roy Franela lUwk B...... Cuuu,o( Uanava. to Liuia Kaa of Uonera. Near Ureenvllle, Pa., on th Uth lnt Mr. W. 8. Boid to Mlaa Vina Pmslt, both of Wllllanufleld. la Ike euv ot Unox Lmlire. oa th atk tnet.. by Ke. Mr Vouuk. Mr. Ll M. bairn, of New Loiua, lo Mr. HoraiA bTavaaa i4 Cluc!nuatl. DIED Annouormauta freaiOouHaendatorT Nolle, half rata In PlvroonL oa tha Tth and luth tnata.. intknt twin aoaa of Jamb and W P I'aaa. la Richmond, on tha Tth. tuat.. A C Jobduh. auad 9B ara la Ibl Iowa, on th IMh of Deoatuber laat, Aauaa i'lan.. aged Hi yuan. la Falrvlil New Vork, on the Stb lnt., Saacu, !u,ou, aged Si yaarv. I.ad waa Ihe parent ef Mr. Mary A. MoCulra, ninnerbof Aohtabula. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WHAT THE PKES8 BAYS. TlIE KEADING (l'a.,) DISPATCH Pi?? ! "TS W",t kUOL.W" "rWlnrlty of Mtabler' Hart ttkiar will efeaaa m Um uaoaalty of aaylua auylhluv at leufth ia fttrur at thla mawtial Toule aud Stliiiuhtuf; Wbararer till HI tiara U baM luiuwu. It aieeu wlik aa aituulihluu aala. Tula la tu caa ta our aKllou ol tha oautry. There are eaaaa In Hit ciy where, the muat railtuiii euraa hava baeii edaetvd lu uhruaio dlieaava curaa wuicb tka beat hyait:iaua ouM not effuct, aud w auow of aaurea of nuiiillo (uu awu amoiif the number) w bo avoid not be wliboat a uleaiitlfnl uuile of thla Ureal lluuaehold Ketuvdy for any eoualdaratloa. Let very u icily i taa taad kp oa baad." bold by all ritabl diugMiaia. ,'ika uu dallar ( buttle. JLIVKRY STABLES. will. Rowrntn. i pmnrietor t,t i,ivrv muni. Wi Ujr or wwk. OmnaUt to and 'from all imlnt. etabla oppo.lt, risk Umaa, Aihubnla, O. AUDITOR OF' STATE'S CHRTIFICATB, Aa to tha fttmhieta an4 affair of tha Buffalo City Fire Ins. Co., Armran or Stati's Omre, 1 Department of taanranca, V CoLimaua, fehoarjr I at, 1871. i T IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED, that thaBMrlo City Flra In.nranee Com pa ay, loratad. at Huflatn, In Ihe Sute of New York, haa compile In all r-n-pnri, wnn ine lawa or tin. mate relating to Hire uwnranc Com pan I e.. for tha enrrent rear, and haa filed l thla onlce a (worn Statement, hjr the proper OBlrere .vTOi.i, vnuwinit lie ennamon ami cnetneaa at me aale ui iivu .uHemeni, uecemueraisi, itroi,! 10 M aa rut Iowa : Amount of actual paid tip Capital aano.flne On ""K'K"!" aiminni oi arai amie Aaaeia diU,WM OH 'KlCrKN,' vinonm oi i,iartmiee, excepting raplUL Inclndlng re-Uanranca W,S8S IS Ampnnt of Income for the preceding rear In ceh Ml, 610 Amonut of Expi'ndltnrea fur tha preceding year In caah SBl.Wt St In wilneaa whereof, Iluve herennto anhecrlbed my name, and canted the Heal of roj Ofltcl to b affixed wie nj aim jearanova written. L"Ah.) JAMES H. OODMAN, II Auditor of State. E. W. RU'HRDS, Aprnti, Aehtatrala, O. 1VT i OTICE is hereby given that tho Un- deralened haa been duljr appointed and qualified aa Aa elgnee of R. P. Brown and 1. R. Brawn, partner doing mialnce under the name of K. P. brown A Co. of KIiik- Credltor are requeated to preeent their claim to the uuuvreiKueu kit allowance. M. W. WRIQUT, Aealgnee. Ktugerllle, Feb. lath, 1871 tS NOTICE is hereby Riven, that the Un doralipied baa been doljr appointed and qn.illDvd ae As- iKiirt; i.i d. ince, oi ningiTine, Aenuiouia to., o. Creditor, are reiinented to present their claim to th me unuereignoa lur allowance ... M.W.WKIOIIT. Assignee. Klngavllle, Fen. 13th, 1H71. st3 WILL. BOWMAN, Proprietor of Livory &xzx!o1g. IL AVIXG added raanv fine Horses. and Elegant Carriage, with new Hnhea and Carriage Illankeia, to Ihe former atiek, be can now furni.h To pleaanre partlea and buelnuaa mvu Just aucli "turu outs'' aa mar be warned. Leave Order at the Flak Itouio for Omnibus which runs to and from each Train. Special Kates to Parties. Ilnntera, Fnnercla 4c. UU!f. Ileal Estate lyor Sale. A FINE FARM, situated on Plvm- mnh Rldite, x mllea from Afthtnbtila Vllla"c, conialn- 'K aeroa ui encelleut imid. Well watered and un der euiierliir cultivation; a nirea Vineyard, over 71HI fruit bearliiK Treea, 1 arro vinail Krulta, a aupply of Wood, Bw .lu.iuiiiKa anu ail ivrj UUl'ag, An eTcollent Stock Farm on the old Turnpike, BW mlleaf.oinArktibulacoiitiliiinel.1A acreaof flue laud for KrailnifHhd t il lu ao; escellenl Wood lot, Uulldiuea amplo aud uoud. A valaable farm on Nrlb Rldi;e Itoad, 1J( mlloa Kant of Ai-llluliulii VllUtte. 1"0 ai re, tfood biiltilme and eon venli'iitlv ariaiigid; also, a huuao and w acru ol land lu East Vlllat'i'. Many other fur ma In different locnlltlu, and aitua to suit purchaaura. A clieap and very derlrablu properly froiitlni; on the Wet Park In Aaliiaula Villain: aluo, a Home mid Lot on Proapect Htreet near above Park. Bcaldee. Ilouaea and Lota lii all parti of l ho Villnifo. A Mum' In Kinua vlllu; Wuaturn Land! aud city Lota lu Uulutli. Licjulro of C. K. BRUCE, Real Eatate and Ina. Agt. Aaktabula, Ol, Feb, 15th, 1NT1. 1103 The Beautiful Flowers. NSW DOVBLE USHAMVilS, MAGNIFICENT GOLDEN AND VELVET CJLEU8, GOLD A SILVER MARGINED GERANIUMS, A tl JCrtra lot of Ikon '( lieaTdrra, MT. OF SNOW, DUO!'. MRS. POLLOCK, e.. VKaiUliNAS. Choice tortt only $1.00 per dozen free by mail.. OTHER TI1INUS) IN PROPORTION. A new Dcacrlptiv Cataloitue of 4t lain free. Addrwe, S't'ORRH. HARRiiiuN CO.. ISIS Paineavllla, Uk Co., O. BHERIKF'8 SALE, Of Qooit and CMtUt, Aihtaiula Common rUat, Ottc otr Ttrm, 1871. Chaa. W. Patteraon, I aKalnal, J. FL F. J. B. Fuller, at. al. f By virtue of a Ft. Fa. duly .leaned from eald Court In the above caaa to ma directed 1 bav Uvlrd upon aud will offer rbr aala hv wav uf uuhlle aHi-il.M. at ii.m l !..- Subla ol i. S. Fuller, lu Aablabula, Aahubula County, Ohio, on Tueadav the Saibdavor Ftduuarv r about 10 o'clock a. at., of aalif day the (ollowtiiu deaerib- Uooda and L'hattlee, to wit : (ft) Hit Work Horace, (I) One Open Biiftfy, (I) One Band HaKiron, (l On Double Cutter, (1) Due ilai k, ill) ble Hlnvl Cutlers, and other aillcWa Uerutofuru levied upon lu tu above caa. A. W. STILES. Sheriff. Hhri6-. Offlce-Feh. 18th. ll. ia, oaerta. Sherman lia.ll I'i'ffa Attoruey. Its AIDI'IXJR OF STATE'S CERTIFICATE A To Tia auaixaaa a aitaim or raa Commercial Insurance Co., Or Cuicaso, For th Year eodlBic Declmber llat 1871. Ai'aiToa or Statib Ornoa, fDi parluieut of luauranra, iVmtia. Jan. 1A, ISTt.' T IS HEREBY (JEKTJFIFD, that Ik Commercial Far Iuaurau Company, located at CMeaxo, In th Htat of lllluoi. haa compiled, In all reaaecla. with lb law of thi Mate, aelaliua to Fir Iu.uraoce Compaaie. Sir th current year, and haa Sled lu thla OAtce a aworn Htalomaut. by Uia pmper OOtcera thereof, ahowlna lu eouditlon and bjatouaa, oa th Slat of Uuieiuber, IS70, to be aa fnUowa I AiiMHiat of aetual aald av Capital $IM),0uu AO Amount of t'upald Caulial li,im) 0U Amcreval Aaioaulof Aaaeta kaVkoS 0 AiwruKai Aaauuat 4 IJabllltlw. eiceptlug eapilal Oueiudi"; r-iaaurauc.t. Ot.tM tl Amount of Income for th precedluar Year... IKiAAt 81 A mouul of Kipeudilurua for tu urateillua Year aw,MS 10 In Wltneea Whereoi, I have kereuuto aabaerlbed my uam and cauae the aoal of aof Cdllv tb Ja am Ma. Vb djur aud year atiov written. J AS. II. uoiiMAN, AadHarafSUI. T, A. MMHHElt, Ak-out. Aahubula, Os L. f. SktlYlt, A Kent, Couueaul, O. Its . HOLIDAY GOODS. At the Millinery of Mrs. O. A. Stuut- aa, will be found a variety of Vasvar 0o4 Halhrlf, CoUara, CBaTh, NsUklaa, Oils ParlViaMa, Aad other Fancy and Sup Ooodi, Vary Cheap, tifoo alia tha Baak, Aabtakuua Ala ei( fur Ua ll.. jaacaiae. . aiv or th In a the are of or IIENRT T. HELMBO-LD'S COMPOUND FLUID Tlxtraei Ctttawba GRAPE PILLS. Component Parts Fluid Ettratt JVhtbari, and Fluid Extract Catawba ttrap Juice, For Liver Compfatnt, Jaundice, IJil- one am-etlnne, Blrk or Nervona Haadacho, Coetlrencae. tc- Purely Veireiable. eeatalnlug no mercury, lnlucrali H Theae Ptlla are tha ninat ,1nll.,lrnll tlje, aupercedinft caalor oil. aalta, ma;ueala, etc. there la uotlilug more acceptable totheetomach. They L'lve tone, and cauae i.elthvr nauaea nor griping palna 1 hey are compoeed of the flneet lngreilenta. After a fey day' una of them, audi an Involution of the entire ayatem take place ae to appear mlraruloue to th weak and enervated, whether arming from imprudence or die eaeo. H. T. tlelmhold'a Compound Fluid Kitract Cn uwna drape Pille are not ni.'ar-coiited.rrora the fact that augar-ciiaied pilia do not dlnolve; but pane IhroiiL'h the atomach without dlaaolviie. miiM'qnently do not pro duce the doeired effect. Tliel'alawbaOrape Pille. being plvaaant in tate and odjr, doe not neceKeitate the be ing aiur -coaled, rrlce any cenU pur box. 1i ITENIIT T. IIELMBOLD'S HIUIILT ConrncTRATED COMPOIKD FLUID EXT1IACT SAKSAPARILLA W 111 radically exterminate from the ayetem Hcroftila, Nyplillla, Fever HnrcB. Clcera. Ho re Kyce, Sore Leira, More Moulh, Horeilvad. Bronchllia, 8klu Uiaeaaea, Mlt .., vnuKcip, niiiiiiiup irom uie luira, nncMwell in, Tumor., Caucernna Affectlona. Nodea, Ricketa. IllHndiiUr HwbII.iii,. u u rri.. ..' mora of ull klnde. Chronic Hlo-nnnili.ni, llyapepla, and II diaeaees that have been eauhllahml in Tears. Betmr Drenarod Trreaalv for tha atwvM.mni-in. i blood purlfylnr pnipertlea are greater than any other preparation of Sareaparilla. It givea the complexion a clear and bealtby color and reatorea th palieut to a atale of health and purity. For purifying tho blood, re- niovillir all chronic cnnatltiitimial .11..... B.l.l..n f an Impure atale of the I lood, and the only reliable and cmjcltve known remedy for Ihe cure of paiua and awellliie the bonea, Ulcerationaof the Tbroat and Lena, Blotch- i in-pit-a on ine lace, r.ryi-lt-1-laa ai.d all hcoly KrilDtllinil Of the Hlflll. and h.uiiillrifln'.hn nm..l..inn Prlectl.G0 per bottle. " M HENRT T. IIELMBOLD'S CO.XCESTRATItU Fluid Extract Bucbu, THE ORE.VT DIURETIC, Haa cured evety caaeof ninhetea In which It haa been iiven. irniannn ot ine Neck or the llladdcrand inflam tliill of tho Kldlll-ya. Ulcerntioa of Ihe Kidneyaaild Hind, der. Retention of trine, dlaeaee of the prostate Oland. Stone In the Bladder. Call-ulna. (Iruvel, ilrk k-l)ut De IMialt, and Mitcotta or Milky lliK luir(r,i,and for enfeebled and delicute Conatitutlona of both aexea, atlended with Hie following aymutoua: Indiapoaition lo Kxor tloa, Loaa of Power, Loaa of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nervea. Trembling, Horror of Meeaee. Wakefiilneaa, Ulmneaa ofVialon, Fain In the Rack, Hot Hands, rluahlngor the Body, Uryneaa or the Skin, Krup tinn on til Face. Pallid Countenance, Universal Laaalliide or ihe Muecular Syatem, etc. l!ael by pvranaa from the aea of eighteen to twentr Ave, and rrom thlrty-Ave to fifty Ave or in the decline or change ofllfe, alter confinement or labor palua: bed wetting In children. ' E Ilelmhold' Extract Bncha Wurctlc and Blood Purify Ing. and cure ull diaeaaea artaiug from hahlla ol Diaa'l pailon. and Kxi-eaae and lniprndenceai In Life. Impiirltloa urtlio illood, etc., Stipuicedilig Colialbi lu aftecllnna for which it ia unert, and Sypaliflltlc atTectiona lu Iheaedlaeaaea uaed lu connection with lloluibold'a Itoa Waeh. LADIKS. In man y alfectloii peculiar to F artlen. the Extract Bn cbn ia uneiiia!led by any other remedy aa In Chloroaia Reteuiion.lrreitiilarlty Painfuluea or Niipprearinn of Cuatomary Evacuationa, Ulceraled or Hchlrrua Slate or t'lerna, Leucurrhiea or While., Sterility, and for al) complaint incident lo the aex whether arlalni Irom Indeacretlon or halilta of Uinalpatlon. It ta preacrlhcd extenaivrly by the nio.t eminent phyalclaua and mid wives for Ihe vnfeebled and delicate cnnailtiillona, of both ac-xea, and al) age (attended wlik auy of th abova dieaae or ayiuptona. 0 II. T. HKI.MBOLD'H tVTtlfT Bl rlirl Cl'RKS DISEASES ARISING FRtMt IMPKl'DKNCES, HABITS OF DlIPATWNrKTO. all the atagea, a little expen, little or no change la diet, no Inconvenience, and uo expoanre. It cauaea a Irequent dealr. and (lea strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obalmctloua, PreveniTuu and Curing Strict arc of the Urethra, Allaying Paiuea and luSamatlon. ao frrujienl in thla claaa of diaeaeM, aad expelling all Pel ououa matter. Thouaande who have been th victim of Incompetent peraoaa, and who have paid heavy rove ta be cured In a abort time, have found tliat they have been deceived, that the -I'oleon" haa, by the nae-af "powerful a. IrUigeme," been dried up In tha ayaaeai, lo break out la more apgrlcvod form, and perhlpa alter marrlairo. Uae llelmbold' Extract Huchu lor all Alfeciioua and Dlaeaaea of the Urinary Organa, whether t-xhiatlng In Male ar Fetna!e,from wliateverraaaeoalginating.aiiO no mailer or how loug .landing. Price oua dollar and tfty cent per bottle. IIEXRT T. nELJIBOLD'S IMPROVED KOSE WASn. cannot be urped aa a Far Waah, aad will h found only apt-cine remedy In eeary apei-tea of Cutajieoa Affection. It apeedily radlateplaple Spate, Seorba llcDryueaa ludurationa of tk Culaneoaa Mcaiuiana, tc, diaiel Kednea and Incipient luSamatlon, Hlvoa. Ha.h, Moth Patchea, Dryneaa ot Bcalp or Skia, froat bltea, and all purpoaea for which Salve or Ointment aaed : reatorea the akin to a aute of partly and aolt naaa, aud luaurea continued healthy aatloa la th (la aueuf ita veaaela, on which dependa tbe agreeable clear neaa and vivacity of eotnplexlou ao aiack aought and ad mired. But however valuable aa a remedy tur exhiatinf defectanf Ihe akin, H. T. llelmbold' Rom Waah baa kmg Bualalued lu prluclpal elalm to oubcuaoVd patrou ICe, by poaaeaelug qualities which render at a Toilet Ap vudaii of the moat auperlatlve aud ccngeutal character, ouialning la an elegant Airmula tho promlneat reqnle Rea. aafi'ty aud efilcacy th Invariable accoaipaalment luuaaas a praaarvatlve and liefreaharer tba Canv- ftlexloa. It la an Injection for dtaeaaea of ui Urinary irgana. ariBingmwi liablla of diaaipation, uaed la cau neetloa wltklk Kstract Bucbu, Sareaparilla, and Cataw ba Urap Ptlla ha uch dlaeaae aa ncomioendeo, cajv Bot b aarpaa4. Prl, ouc dollar par bottl. Fall aad xBltcU dfraetloaa accoaipaoy the asadtcliMs. Krldeuca oi Ik aioal reepauatbla and reliable charac ter furulehed oaapplicatlon, with hnndrada of thousand llvlag wltnaea, aad upwanl ofSuaiS aaaoliclted ear-tlAi-atea aud recommendatory letter, oiaay of which ara from the highest aoareee, Inclirdlug mloenl Ityalclane, Clergy men, Suieenieu, elo, Tbe proprietor kaa pever reaorted lo their publication In the new. pu para ; kadoea not do thla from ta lacl that blaarticli-a rauk aa stand ard Prop ration, aud do put aend to bt arvppad ap ay carUllcate. r ' IlaavrF T. Ilelaabolda OaatriUaa Prcaar ratlwaia, Sellvareat to any aiMraaa. Scar froas abaarvatlna. alshllabed upward of tweaty yeara. Sold by Drug glata everywhere. Addraa letter tor lufornutlon, lu euufldauf la Ucary T. Uelmkold, Draggla aud Cbeau '' Onlv Depot -H. T. BlmboM Drag aad Chemical Warekiuea, Na. SH4 Broadway, New York, or ta H. T. IfKLMHoLD'S Medical Depot, 1M Soalk Tetilk Street, PhlladeltJila. Pa. Beware of CMiatarfeaU. Ajk lot Bear t. Hal ai bo Id Take no inker. aaawl JBarkal-Febroary H, 1871. Dealers nay tba wiiiowlng rrlea. WaA-Nl, Whit.., BO-No. I Red Conn Shelled Do la tba ear Oats ........... Bcrraa...,, Chios.. Daiao Amu Laao , Koaa PoTAToaa t 1 SO I SAOl 40 as 41 tt(tt iat4 IS CoBa MiiS-pcr ton Selling Prlc K 00 Caoma Fxan Cora and oata aft 00 SMITH'S OPERA HOUSE. THE APPY CONCERT, Tliurtday Evening, Hfruary, 2Vd, '71. Th Managers take pleasure lo aanmlnctng to th cltl xen of Ashubul and tlblnlty, Only One Grand Concert I when they will preaent the following Artlat : SIR. HENRI APPT, The far-famed and celebrated Violinist miSS FLORENCE A. WISNER, . Th charming American Prima Donna Soprano. HISS FRANCE) WUCOTT, Tbe very accomplished and pleasing Lady Vocalists. NR. JAKES II, ItlONROE, The well known aud fkvorit lyric Tenor. JV1R. ALFRED VON ROCHOW, The celebrated popular yonng Composer and Vocalist MR. C. B. RAYNOI.D8, Pianist Conductor. Tickets of Admission. 60c, to be had at Smith ft Ollkty'a atore. Doors opeu it 7, concert cominucoa at 8. XlS GUI! AT BARGAINS I 1 WILL SELL fr the next 20 davs, for CASH, the following named goode at coat: Men and Boy's Over Coats, LADIES' AND GENT'S FURS, BUFFALO ROBES, BUCK GLOVES AND MITTS, MEN'S WINTER CAPS AND SCARFS. EDWARD G. FIERCE. AaJrlatntla, Feb. 1th, 1071. Closing Out I Wishing to dispose of mj Entire Stock of Goods Pram thi date, I will offer bargalna In al! claasea of Goods tome AT COST others MUCH LESS tban COST ! New Style Double Wool Shawls, Both Striped and Plaid at $81 worth $101 1 Knitted Goods Sacques, Hoods, &c. At a Great lied uct ton it HOSE far Ladies and Children. GLOVES Lined, Lisle and Cloth all sixes. Less than Costt GLOVES Ladica and Gents' lined kid Very Cheap! LADIES' CLOAKS a few left-Very Low. Com bbm for youoaelve befora baying elsewhere. JOHN MANSFIELD. ' AehtabaJa, Janaary IT, 1871. 1)00 25 TONS OF GOOD HAY (or Sale by tUubcrlbei. . B. WOODMAN. oil Ashtabula. Feb. 1871. WESTERN FEMALE SEMINARY, - TlIE Second Session of the Mt. Hol- yok Seminary ol Southern Obi, tor tha year 1870 aud '71, will opao V.b.ltkli.ajidclo June 16th. Boaidaud tuition lor aeventeen week tab. Dangh tar of clergymen of II mlted man (u. For circular addrea tk Priiieipal. . KISS UKLKN PKABODT. t)0t Oxlord, O. Closing Business. One IMPORTANT FEATURE id ourcloaluc ap la taaata with m pmrtm haHnf aw ayataaw. Wa there for melt alt seek i a attlmBt Immedi ately I Wa ataat kava Cash ar liatea. W IUI aVr saaay bargalna to DRESS GOODS & DOMESTIC FLANNELS, CRASUK3, CAS8IMBRKS, A. SMITH QOXIT. AakUkola, Fab. I, 170. 1101 VILLAGE PROPERTY I . H OUSE A LOT for Bale, sltuatad at not of Mala Street, near tha Mill. Kuqulr of I, O. ar, at Store ol Uroaby A WaUiarwai. u 41. A. TaLKADWILL. tha Snnt Flakar, Athtakula, Jn. Mth, 1870 a a NEW 7-30 GOLD LOAN. SAFE I rBrrrABI.K I PIMSJANINT I' JAY COOKE s C051PANY.. Offat ahr Sale aaParM-t Aeeraad Thtkmat th Flaws .ISo rt si naje l.mm ClrBitClal oa trs Sbrthern ractfie JZarftrvad Co '"piIESE are secured,; finf fcjt sv First X Mnrtnir aa th Railroad lts.lt la solMiar.atock, and all equipment i mama hy a Flea aanvtamr on Ita entire Laud (irant.heiag more than Twenty VwoTboa rtd Aere ot Load In en eh mils of Sawd The tlonila ar free from United State TaVfBaTiyiii. flpal and liiteraat are payable In Oold the Principal at th end of fairly year, and th Intrroat Seral-ennually,-at tha rate ot Sevan and Three Tenth. Pr CenU par annum. IsSS..? 7o",?ta V,Vr itootv The TrtiMee. under the Mnrtoag ar Meter. Jay Cooke, of Philadelphia, and t. FXer Thompaon. Pr( dent of the Pcnna.vlvanla CmitmiTtallroad Company. Theaa North, rn Par I (I o 7-ntl Honda will at all time before maturity, be receivable at Tea For Cent. Premi um (or 1.10), In eichang for tha Company' land at their lowest cash price-. In and 1 1 ion to their abeotirra aajfety tKea Remd yield, an income larger, wa believe, than any other aval claaa aocurlte, Pciaoua holding United State e-aWe- oaa, tiy converting them Into Northern 1'aelSra-, laaiaiaia their yearly Income one-third, and still have a perwwtfy rail ar able rnveatment. . How to gel them. Tonr nearest Bank or Bank er will anpply ttiene bonds In any desired amount, and' of any needed denomination. Pentona wlvhtnir to ehanite ettHk or other bond for theae,ran dujaofivlth any of our aipnite. who will allow the highest enrrent prlc' for marketable tccnritlee. Those living In localities remote from bank, aiayv end money, or other bonds, directly to na by eiprea,. and will send back No,thi-ru Parftc bnodeat our owa risk, and without cost to Inveetnre. For ritrther Infrinn.. atlon. pamplilote, maps, etc.. call on or address the on- 'iT'i.?"!' w ", r t'e BaBk or Baukars- employed tow J. V. PAINTER, Banter AGT. FOR NORTHERN OHIO. Pr Katie In Aalitabnla Ceaaty ajrj Farmers' National llnnk, Aslilabuln.. First National Bank, Jefferson. Savings and Loan Association, Jefferson?. move aiipcrflniins hnlr In Five Minute, without IdJo ry to the rklu. Kent by mail for fl S6 I'phain'a Aathma rtrrcr Rellevet most violent paroxysm in Klv Minute aadf efl'ecl a apeedy cure, i'riee til hy mall. Japanese Hal (fat Colors the whisker and hair a beaatlfiil Black or Brawn It eonslste or only one pn-parahim-, 7S cenra by-mail. Address 8. C. VI'HAH, HoHUiUno atrre, tl Plflladelpkiat P. Clrcnlara sent free. Sold bf aH Uragglata. AC RD.. A CLERGYMAN,. wSite residing in Bonth America a anrlaelonary, discovered af nd simple remedy for the core or Ncrvoua Weakness.. Early decav. Dlaeaae of the Urinary and Seminal Or-- Kana, and the whole train of disorder brought on by aneful and viciona habits. Gn-rt nnmlwrs hav been, cured by thla noble reme. Prompted v a dealr to lieiit-fil the afflicted and anfortunate, I wHrlaend tbe re celpt for preparing and aslng the medicine.. In a aealed. envelope, to any one w ho needa it, free ofoclarge. Ad dress 4106 JOSEPH T. INMAX. Station D. BibleOIouse, N. X.' Agents Read" THisI Wi E Will Pay Agent s A Salary of 3 per week and expellees, or allow a lame commission, to sell our new andvwomlorAiV lnvnrAHw. Addreaa" tl"1 M. WAB.NBH ell Co. Marehall, Mich. North Missouri Lands; for sale: B1" TWB Hannibal and St. JosepH Ei.B. COMPANY.. ABOUT 125,000 Ac-res o the Firresf. Farmlnf? and Oraalug Land Hi-1 Be- Vrrife State., for sale at low prices and on very casy-terme ; thua ena bling an Initiielrioiis mini with, email cayltal to pay fur bis land w ith nioneyearnciffrom It. Missouri I not- too far west to be at a great ' dteraaca. from inarketa; Ita Hallroad facilities arc peat and cca atantly Increasing ; the climate la splendid, and good crop are almost a certainty ; while the namerona thriv ing tnwna and cities aprinirlng cp.on even kaaoVBMeati bi-vond douht that thk bliitht of slavery has bben oflbcU ttully dissipated, and that liastrn aacn and Eastern cap ut arc doing their perfect work. OUR LANDS DEFY COMPETITION.. BendT ,nr f"" deacrlptlve Circular and Sectional Map. en . URSuct, ana stating wnat paper you saw tula la. tj CUWAKD W1LDRK, laj Land commissioner, Hannibal, Mo. 3 wiO .One Poand v4T a TaosjklBl linonorr rin win mtKe iweivei ot Urdonih Pioft Koan. Ask vau twelve nnrii Ask rturGro-' err for It ond .Try It CKAHflON BttOTUKRSi 84 Fmt Bt. New Ymrkm pSYCI10MANCY.--Aiiy lady or gen- JL tleman can make 1 ftltfl a month aaemrKap mw happlnees and Independence,. by obtaiitlne; Peychoman cy, Faclnation, or Soul Charming. 00 page i cloth. Full instruction to uae the power over men or animal, at will, how to Mesmerize, become Trance or Writing Mediums. Dl violation. Spiritualism, Alchemy, Philosa--phy of Omen and dreams, Brigliam Tueug a Harem, Uuide to Mnrriaire, Ac, all contained la tola book ; 100, . UK) aold ; price by mail, in cloth $1.5( paper covera $1 Noticb. Any person willing to act aa agent will receive sample copy of tbe work free. Aa no capital I re- ?iiired. all deoirous of genteel employment skeaM send or th book, enclosing 10c for postage, to T. W. EVAN S' A CH).. 41 B. 8th St., Philadelphia. 94 1 1 3 33 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3' rVO THE WORKING CLASS. We 1- are now prepared to furnish all classes with eon- atant employment at borne, the whole of th time or for the spare moments.' Bualneaa new, light and profitable.. Persona of-eitfier aex eaailv earn Irom fine, in ba mp evening, and a proportional turn by devoting their whole lime U the business. Boy and girl can earn nearly aamnch aamen. That all who see thla nolle may aeuu irear aureeaPana seat oi Baslnaaai.w make the nnouralleled offer : To each aa are not well aatlsfled we will eud SI to pay for tbe trouble of writing. Full: fartlculars, a valuable sample which will do to com mence work on.and a eouv atTht Ptontt't LIUraro Can. nonaVm one of the largest and beat newapaper vr- iiuifiipueo. ah eeni iree ny man. neauer iryon wants: permanent, proltable work, addresa E. 0. ALLEN, " "w ABguata, Me.. BRIOQS & Bnonimt's Illustrated & Descriptive Catalogue.' OF FLOWERS AND VEGJTAMJI SEEDS And Summer "Flowering Bulbs. WPOB 1871, ILL bo ready for mailine fcr the- middle of January, notwithstanding our great loaa of type, paper, enrrarlnga, etc, by are which deatroyed lb Job-rrratiiig office ot the Rochester JMmobrat ami fironiclt, goto. December, 1H70. It will be printed on a. moat elegant new tinted paper, aad HUwlrated wlta, nearly Vive HandreatOrla-lnaT Kau-raiwtaarai. And two finely executed Colored Plata apeaJmuii fen all of which were grown by aonielve tha past eaon from oo own (lock of Seed. In th originality, execu tion and extent or the engraving It le unlike and 'emi nently superior to auy oilier Catalogue or "Floral tiuld' ' - exiaui. 1 he Catalogue will oonaUt of llfrjaa-ea. awaTaaaawa aa. pnbliahed wlH be aeut free to all who ordered Seed from u by mail the I aat aeaaon. To other a charge of IS ct-nta per cony w ill be made, wblcb la not lb value of the Colored Plates. We arsuneour friends tbat tba, Inducement we offer to nurchaaerof Seedate auallly- and extent of Stock. Kiacaaat and Premium, are un- anrpaaaed. Pleaae Bead order ta atakga wltbuut. delay. Our Colored fronva aor 18M wilt b ready to Bend oat in January. Th Ctl retro wilt rcpreaet Forty-Two Varieties of showy and popn lar tdxe and color. Weldeatua to make It she best Plate- ot Flowers ever leaned. Size, lUxM Incase. The relalk value would be at lea Two Uollar w shall, however furuish It to euatomera at 76 cents per conr. and offer IL a Premium upon ordera for Heedaa. He CtaloirBi wnen oa. Btuuua at wiu., jtocneater, fl. r . UNIVEKSALISM ; What is ut Send tor tk STAUIM TUB WEWT. Ctettnaatf.. A autre S-pam wvekey ; esaabllabed Intl. It oaw aAi ttl want of lb family : -60 per yt, i. ain month. Try tt. Kneclmeii free. Addresa til WILLIAM-ION A CANTWELL. Cincinnati. O. NEW YOUK Safety Steam Power Co. 6Imbi Etttffn. wllh fend without eut-niT iu. BsStawlaal naawh.ll!tw twWaal l AA r... 1 -A . Us ---- vhh awa vuvwajri T Wwfttau it, xt. SK .TO 110 per DAY. Mtn Women J Boy and Girl who ngg ks oar aew bualneaa, mak from 5 to 10 per day theit own locsUtle. Full uartlculara anA laatiaekUina aant fra k mail.' Thoa In need nenaauaat. ajmSlabla work. Bkoud ad.' draaaaaa, bKOkUBStlNSON CO., Fortaaad. Ma, IQOft USE THE "VKOJCTABLK 1 QBA 1 OZO prjuioNART UaLSAM." I O I U Old Standard Hemodv tor Courha, Coals, a Coaaaipt rnn. "Nothtngbiur," CuTLaa Bao. A Co., Boa Ion. 4VO FARM t MACHINE BOOP FOR BALE' a 1 A FARM of 40 acres, pleaoamlr locata ed la Plymoatb townahlp. an th Centra road, 4 mil , from Aahubula, I Bill from b Depot of th AaJiib- la, Jamown Jt Vrauklln llailruad. rta msvW a slat of cultivation, email bona and ba, jNwug Orcb- t id ofMl tree, ekoiv t rull In bearing condition, tta selected Orape Vluee of tbe beatvarletya la hill beating, 600 Doolilil "lack Cap Uaapberry plaou, alao blraw. berriva, Uulneea, feara, reacna cnernaa, eel wall watered, goeat fence aad lsacree rati Tiaabar. Shop Sbxto. two slorlea cauiialnln on H hora pow Eaglne: a full aet of tlerral a Fawnt Lalk Machluea; oue bhlugle Machine, one slave Machine, pue larg Tnrnlng Lath, Sliafting, Belling, cl, a)ugtp and ' Chluery ai In good runnnlug eroar. ' -l' - Preuanlairr to a chaUL-e of hustuoaa th eubacrtber f- rero in aoovp Pfoperty ivw a1 laj reajfiaaoie will axchanuo fox xeaael nruuertv. Voj uartlr. terma, or - drea JAM KB T. HAhjri A, Aahubula, St. or apply to klm aa th pruuia, f ITmouui, eaa. Asua, ten. aM '