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nn 0 Indooendcnt in nil things. AsTlTABULArOH S2 in AJvoiue . illy JAMES ItEISD. WHOLE NUMBER 1118. VOLUME XXII1-N0. 1. WEEKLY .. TRRTM OF SVBSCatPTIOKl Twrt D Marl nef Mnhm-mld strtftlj-'ln sdynnrS., Ctsr-ryrnsn wUl be supplied wllh the paper for-ll yer. AniTRBTIfllPin RtTMl ..Twelve Hum nr less of Nonpareil make Sqnare. Oaseqnare 1 week,) 7BI Two squares I) mos., 6 M .Oneequsrel wks, On sausre S mo, 1 IW J 00 00 8 00 Twoeqnarcs S mo. "00 Twosnuarosl year. It 00 On square ( me. ; Four squares t year IS no One smisre 1 that.. Illf column 1 year, IW 00 .... an fin B islnnsal lards not ovor five lines per year, OMtitarv NotlrO tint of t-cnSml Interest half rates. Local Notices fn Cents 4 line fof each Insertion, g "job piiiktino Sf eeery description attended Won call, and done In t i i - most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IK 'I- BIlffAP LIVEIIY STABLES. WILL,. HftWniiN, proprietor of Llvcfy Biatlio. New Horses, Carrtases. Hobes Ac. Horses kept by the day or week. Omnibus to and from all trains. Stable opposite Pink House, Ashtabula, O, 1I0S PHYSICIANS IIRNRV P. eynlrKltlt, ITf. ri-sldcct! nn Church Street. North of the South Park. Ofllro In Smith's New Block, opposite- the Fisk Hon--. lift0 wR. R. Ei. KIM), Physician and Surgeon, office ever rionarv King a store, restaence near oi.reTcr a rihnrr.h. Ashtabula.. O , KM 6. It. TrfAV1vl.n..Hnrnn'nnathl? Physician and ; Surgeon. Successor tnlln, VAN NORMAN. Office ' HmfliH formerly Nn. 1 Main Strict. Ashtabuls. Ohio tlfaee hoots from 1 to A. M : 1to; P. M., and even in if. jMjiy pa. round at tne pmce at mum., "9T R.,tAnS4 would. tntoAn'tur. friend, and tlio fcub'lc generally that he mar be fonnd at hie residence tit Park Street, ready to attend to all professional alla. Office hours, from 1 to S P. M. Ashtabula O. SV XI. 1HTiN. . ATTOittNEYS I AND jAGKNTS.' J. H. RHODES, Attorney and Counsellor at bw. 1 snpertor ntreet, cicvemnn, unio. us HERMAN. II A LI, A KIlKRIUAlV. Attor neys and Counselors nt I. aw, Ashtabula, Ohio, will practlcelo the Courts of sAshtabula. lAkeend Oeanga. L.ia b. BHcnaxN, i BiODonc ham.. , J, H. Snr.nii ai. tt)48 CI. . ROCKWKLIi Attorney at Law. Klngsvilio, Ohio. C. 1. and H. J. Rockwkll. General Insurance ' . Aifency, Klnirsvlllo, O. Losses adjusted and prompt . IIWIRD II. FITCH, Attorney and Connsellnr at Law. Notary Public. Ashtabula. Ohlh. Huctlnl at tention srlven to the Settlement of Estates. ami toConj. vanelneahd Collectlntf. ' Also to all matters arMruj i nana nipt uaw. i - iw I. O, FIHI?rt, Jnstlee of the Peace and Aeent fur the Hartford. Sun, A Franklin Fire Insnranee Com pa lites. Office In the store of Crosby A Wetherwax. on Mala Street. Opposite the Flak UotwOAahtabnla. Chto.' " 1111 RRNAY FASSKTr, Aircni Home Insnranee Com Sany, of New York (Capital, IS.Ono.OOm. and of Charter ak Life Insnranee Company, of Hartford, Ct. Also, attends to writing of Deeds. iV'llls. Ac. 104H I. R. COOK. Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Notary Public, also Real Estate A?ent, Main street. nor Morrison A Tloknor's strvAslitahula, O. B40 CII4HLF.S BOOTH. Attorney and Counsellor at Ijiw. Ashtabula, Ohio. . WHS HOTELS. FI!K HOITRE, Ashtabnla, Ohio. A. Field. Proprl ; ctor. An Omnibus nnliiing to and from every train of cars. Also, a eod llrcry-stable kept In connection with thla ouee, to convey psssenyors to -sny point. inns AXHTARt'LA HOUSE R. C. WAnxinoTot. Prop Main St. Ashtabnla, Ohio, targe Public llnll. J?ood Livery, and Omnibus to and from the depot. 1043 T HO ft PSONS HOTEL, J. C. Thompson, Proprl tor, Jefferson, Ohio. ' ' l(l!IS MERCHANTS. GKOKGF. HALL. Dcalur in Piano-Fortes, and Me lodeons. Piano tools. Covers, Instruction Books, etc. Depot VS Pnbllo Siisre, Cleveland, tHilo. I04D ,'tVi s.Si-Ba ja. eim.iui.u nMiM. t vnrv iitiri aula Dry Goods. Family Groceries. A Crockery, South ,i aore, Clarendon Block, Ashtabula, Ohio, lfllW K. . OILKEV, Dialer in Dry-Goods, Grocer!. 1 t eorles. Crockery and Glaes-Ware, next door north of V; j Flsk Honsa, Main street. AshMhuln Ohio. UMS J. If. FAVLKNICH Sc SON, dealers In Grncor i .' les, Provisions. Flour, Feed, Foreign and Domestic ';'! Frnlts, Salt, Fish, Plaster, Water Lime, Seeds, Ac., ,, ' Main Street. Ashtabnla, Ohio. 1111 '," '. W. HRDIIEAI, Dealer In Flour, Pork, Hams.Ijird, , and all kinds of Fish. Also, all kinds of Family Uro ! ceries, Fruits and Confectionery, Ala and Domestic . i Wines. 104S ' JT. P. ROBERTSON & Hon, Dealer in every d , acrlptlon of rkM.ts, Shots, Hats Caps. Also, on hand .. a stoek of Choice Family Groceries, Main street, cor. ner of Centre, Ashtabula, O. WW O. W. HASKELL. Corner Spring and Main ' ' streets, Ashtabnla, Olilo, Dualors in Dry-Goods, Uro v ' eerles, Crockery, Ac, Ac 7 JOBS D. Vf. HASKELL. WELLS c BOOTH, Wholesale and Retail Dealers j In Western Reserve Butler and Cheese, Dried t'rult, Flonr, and Groceries. Orders respectfully solicited, , tilled at the lowest c sh cost. Ashtabnla. Ohio. 10115 ' H. L. HIOHKISON, Dealer. In Dry-Goods, Uroce ' les. Boots, Shoes, iluls.Caps, Hardware, Crockery, Books, Paints, oils, Ac, Asntsbiila, O. 800 DRUGGISTS. UtARTIN nCWaK8Rr, Drngglsr. and Apothe- ary, an nd Llq uors for Medical purposes. Fancy and Toilet , ineuicincs, w -Goods. Ms In Street, ooruer of Centre, Ashtabnla. ClkAKLEM E. SWIFT Ashtabula, Ohio, Denlei i in irn i Fancy T Paint. in vrags ana Mcaiciues, uroceries, ferrumery and r Articles, superior Teas,., unites, Sues, Flavor xtracts, Patent Medicines of every description, s. Dyes. Varnishes. Brushes. Fancv Sosos. Hair HesUiratlves. Hair Oils. Ac. all of which will he sold at the lowest prices., Prsacrtpttons prepared with suit able care. lutiA H. A. HENDRY, Main streets. Ashtabula, Ohio. Dealer la Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Ols. Brushes, Varnishes, Dye Stmts, Ac, Choice Faiuilj i : ... ; . 1'....,. f....r n.. . .wivbiivr, .... iimi.if, .car, vuurv., otv., 1 M L 11 Medicines, Pnre VViues and Liquors for Medicinal pur poses, rnytumaii a prsuirioue careimiyaua prompt. - ly attended lo. ' low BKOUUK WIIiLAKH. Dealer In Dry-Goods, Gro series, lists, CaM, tloois, shoes, Crockery, Glass. Ware Also, wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hardware. Sad dlery, Nails, Iron, Steel, Drugs Medicines, Paluts. Oils, PycstutTs, Ac. Main street, Ashtabula. IbW HARNESS MAKER. W. II. WILLIAItlMON, Saddlerand Harness Ma ker. oppoaito Fisk Block. Main street, Ashtabnla. Ohio. has on hand, and makes to order, III the best manner. evervmiuir in ins line. lUlia P. C WORD. Mannfacturers and Dealers In Sad dlea,' Harnuss, Bridies. Collars. Trunks, Whips, sc4 uppquir isk itoiisa, Asuiunuia, uao. . :. llllA MANUFACTURERS. 1. C. C U I. L K Y, Manufacturer of Lath, Siding. Mould in?e. Cheese Boxes. Ac. Plaiilnu'. Matvhiuir. and Scrowt bawing, dona on the shortest notice. Shop on 4' street, opposite the Upper Park, Ashtabula. Ohio, BYIKOVK, GIDDINCSS tfc CO., Manufacturers of Doors, Hash, Bill, is, Bevt.1 Siding, Flooriug, Fencing, Moldings, Scroll Work; Turning, Ac Also, Job bers and Builders, Delicti in Luinoer, Lath and Shin gles, at the Planing Mill, corner of Main atreet union aney. Asntauuu, Uulo, WM. BKVMOL'U. A. C. QIDDINGS ... J1.M. STRONG. . WHt-tf B. ZEILK BRO., Mauiifaeturers a ad Dealers sll kinds of Leather Iu geueral demand In this market. uignesicatn price psia lor niuesauu Skina. KITH F HKCH, Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of Leather In deuuud lu this market, and Shoeiasker's Findings. Us Is also engaged in manufacture of Haraesiws, of tlie light snsftastuful, wmi us more sirusiantiat aiiius, opposite raumix Vossdry, AsiiUlHila. HARDWARE, Ac. OUOSB Y tc WtcrU Kit WAX. dealers In Stoves tin ware, Hollow ware, she! Hard ward. Glass Ware, uimps sua idiup-rnuiailugs, fetroleata, Ac, Onpositethe Fisk louse Asiitjihiila. ftlll Altu, CuU stock of Paints, oils, Varnishes, Urn sties, M.e. - , , ,, IsKOHUB C, HI BBtHU, Dealer In Hardware Iron, Sleel and Nulls. Stoves. Tin Plate. Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc and Manufacturer of Tin. Hheat uil Uopper Wais. Fisk a Block, Ashtabula, Ohio, JEWELERS. U. W. BICKINSON, Jeweler. Repairing of kiwis or aiciu. uiocks, aim Jewelry, ture U) saouia uoase mocs, Asiuannia. onio. V S. ABBOTT. Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewel ,r, etc bUufiaving. Meadlngaud Repalrluir done orilar, 8bou un Mm lrtMt, CVnatiuit, Ohio, '.initw sv. si kohmi. ueaier irt watcnes VKks. ewiry. iver an-i I'laieu war, etc. sirig or all kinds doneweti, ana all orriers promntiy nam BtTet.Asniaimia,u.. iiau CABINET WARE. JOIIM DUC HO, Manufacturer of, and Dealer In rurilliiireiil ine ocsr neacnpiiim, inu . Also Oeneral Undertaker, and Mannfsctnrer of tornhs to order. Main street, North ot couth Public Square), Ashtabula.. 1 a. . BRACH, Mannlartnrer and Di-a'ef In First Pnrnltrne. Also, Ueneral t ndertskef. IMS Class 1)KNTISTS. Dentist. Ashtahnla, O. Oftlee Center street, between Main ana ram 104S en)U, IV. NRLNOsf, Dentist, Ashtabnla, O.. BhY lslta Conneaut, Wednesday and Tmvrday of each week. U Dlt7"V. T. W A LlTACfe, harrn)rr''tnrned from an attendance upon the rvjinlnf cnlleirt! ennrseat the Den. tsl Collcje of Cincinnati, will be fi.nnd at his office, In Klnirsvllle. prepared for any demands In the line of his Drofesslon. HO CLOTHIERS. EDWARDO, PII5BCK Dealers In Clothlns;, Hats, Caps. andUonts' Furtilshllig Goods, Ashtabnla, O. 884 V A I T K ek n f I. I., Wholessle and Retail Dealers In Ready Made Clothing, Furnishing Uoods, Huts, Caps, Ac, Ashtabnla. WW FOUNDRIES. SKVinoVR, KTRONO V aPGRRf, Msnnfac turorsStoves, Plows ahd Colnn-ns, WlndowCais and Hills. Mill Castlnirs, RRtllcs, Minks, tflelgh Shoes. Ac. Phn-Bl Fonwlfy. Ashtabnla. Ohio. 10W1 WJIt. . JFIIIP, Malleable and Orey Iron Vonnd cr, and nmnnnictnrer of Trunk llrrdware. 75.77.71) and M Central Avenue, (Formerly Neiblt Street.) Newark. N.J. PHOTOGRAPHERS. srnsrn- tr. m.AKRSMIK. Photocrsnhff sh dealer In Pictures. Kneravlnes. Chromos, e. bavins: a larite snpplv of Mouldlnes of tsrlous descriptions. Is prepared to'frome any thinir In the picture llbe. at short notice and In the best stvle. Second floor of the Mall store. Slid door South or jmiik Jna mi street. nn MISCELLANEOUS. U. TB A PPLFlt. (fftiln Paris.VNo. TTO sixth Aye Hire. 1 et. 17th and lHth St., New York. All articles for LadloV Toilet ami In Hair, manufactured after the inn at rans pntieius rjiwi.tiuco l-nri fun s. ORAHD RIVKR IMHTITIJTK.at Austlnbtiri?. Ashtabnla Co.. Ohio. J. Tuckerman. A. M.. Prlncl- pal. 1 1(1' HI' Winter Term bcglks Dec, ftth. Bond for Cat i- rpilKnymntornwot Liv- JL er CompUlnt aro uneati- ftess and nslu irLthe side. Hnme- CITHArTtArri IVTCJI' times ine pamis in me siionioer, SI M 1VI 1 1 1M and Is mlstakeh for rheumatism, The stomach Is alrected with loss , of appetite and sickness, bowels In general costive, someiunes al ternating with lax. The head Is troubled with pain, and dull, heavy sensation, consider, able loss of memory, accompanied with painful eensa Hon ofhavltur left undone some thing which ought to have been clone. oi(cn conipiainingoi weaa- ness. nent itv ana hiw sniriis. LIVER Sometimes many of the above symptoms attend the disease, and at oiner rimes very tew oi mem i but the liver Is generally Hie or guu most Involved. Cure the Liv t'r with. Dtt. NIMJlONS' LIVER REGULATOR, A preparation n' roots and herlsv warranted to be strict- lv vi.,r,,lnhli. und cim fin no iulnrv til unv line. It lis, been Hsfd bv biinilreils. still known for the last in vinrs as one of the most reliable, efficacious and harmless preparations ever offered to the suffering. If taken regularly ana persistently, u is sure io cure oi'tisia. headache, iillllidli e. cost iveness. slck-heuduched, chronic .. diarrhoea. alTeclloiis of the bladder camp dysentery, ant-ctlons or the kldnvs,fever,neriousness. chills, diseases of the skin, impurity ol the bhwd, melancholy, or deprem slon of spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains In the bowels, pain in the head, fever and ol-uii. dropsy. Regulator. bolls, pain In the hack, Ac. prepared only by J. II. ZK1 l.l.N A CO.. Drueirls.s. Macon. Ga.. and IW0 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by Mart. Newberry, Asluabnln, O., at wholesale by Strong A Armstrong. Cleveland. oxim ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted November 13, 71. ... 1 M'EW anil itr)irovtnl Drawinr Room LA and Sleeping Coaches, combining all modern Im provements, are run through mi all trams trom utinnio. Niagara Falls, Cleveland and cinciiinaiito rw lora. niHklnir ilirect connection with all lines of Forclirn and Coastwise Steamers, and also with Sound Steamers and Railway lines for Boston and ew Kngiaiui cities. No. 1. I No. 1 ! No. 4. I No. 8 STATIONS. Day iLiehtn'g! Night 1 clncln Dunkirk L.ve. 1 iSr.M 10 IHI1-.M U15A.M Salamanca.. ' 7 00 A.M. I 8 10 " liiitou 11 4 40 4 4.1 ! 140 ' I 1M ' 5411 P.. 110(111 1 S AK 'lOIA ' Susp.Bildgo " niaicani r is 4JW " 8W1 " 1108 " 10115 " 5 Ml ' 10 It " iinifiiio., .... ; AttlrS Portage .... 1 Hornellsv'let 1 Addison .... ' I a 41) " itso" 045 1140"" "ttWA.a t)5 8 811 " 4 81) " 5 lit " (118 " 7 It " 4 0(1 " 4 48 " H43 " 10 45 U51 5 50 K55 10 4.1 UPS " itochestur . , Avcn t ' Bath ' 71R." 8 INI " 1U " Coming.... " 1180 " itiii r x JS41 " It 40 A.M. 4M " B8t " 8 I .')!. M H44A.M ft " 7 5 " 810 " 0(10 " 088 " 11 til " Kiinira Arr. 8 OH " It 55 waverly.... " 847 l.'V. Phlladelp'la " Owego in DO " 110 " 151 t8S " 8111 " 848 " 6 at " 7 UX " 0 18 " 7X5a u 5 .We.. n i'.e.u. t i5a.ii Blnghamtnn Great Bend. 1011 " 8110 ...... .1 . 10 57 " 11 84 " lt08A.lt. Susq'ehau'a t " 858 4 811 5 10 Mepusit .... Hancock ... " Lackaw'xen " Honesdale.. PorTjorVlB. " Middletown " 8(D) ' 7 50 845 04 1184 It 05 ' It 58'' 855 Goshen Turners T... 11 8411 1 80a.ii itivr NewbUrgh.. " It 111 P.M. I Patierson . . " 550 YlHf" Tsaf " 505P.II, it'iiOAjf. t05 Pil lT '88 It 00 M Newark .... Tf 48 " fersev ClLV. Hlo New York.. 840 " II tOP.MjjyvaiM Uodou as r Arrangement of Drwlntr-Hooil , Hleeuluir Coai liea. ' Nq. I. Sleeping Coaches from Clnclnnrtl to Homelis- yiita. ano uriu-nu vu.. ....... --r - sloa Bridge, Magara Falls aud Buffalo l New No. W. Sleeping Coaches from Cincinnati, Suspension Bridge. lagara reus, nun, . - -- New York ; also from Hornelsville to Albany. No. 4. Sleeping Coaches from Slispcnsion rJnago, Ni agara rails ana iiunaiu vu iiw N. 8 Sleeping Coaches from Cleelano, Buspension . r p w.ii. ....I U..ri'dl.. tn t,.,iiilistllia. and Drawlug Room Coaches from Susquehanna to New lorn. . , ., Ask for Ticket Via Erie Railway, Which can be obUlned at all principal Ticket Office! on main and connect liur lines. 1011 i.' n TtucKK. tfsn. Suut W. K. Babb. Om. Pat.Aat LAKE SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD. ERIE DIVISION—TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY,Nov. 12th, 1871. aud la the as c. Iron lueo all to tew Special I3 ChitgoBx.Ji,B 18 S JiV s r 5g c Toledo Ex, 8 sli'a M- t- .a a. ""c?T paclBc Ex. a s. ss vis "8 "8 St. Bt. Ex (" cjn. acc -Msstststssmir z, o ( rl 40 co. Aocm.wssssessesiyssii's cT.i?f Iji-iTj'B k-0 Sills? tff I Special S S $ 1 N. Y. BlJcuS S ' S Atlantic Ex'SS 8 J3 :!: J ? ?S DayExre.s8 3 8 8.-S5S8'' -!3 Sa ,-22- ' C1 Expresses"" S- S S"l9 Tralas do not atop ai stations' where the time w omitted in ine aourr uinio, CHARLES F. HATCH. y.a.rs m u p 'i. s leyrts r y ite OR SALE. One Cutter, one pair of one norea Bona ana aas mm norse. wstron. I4f T- A. MObHER. SELECT POETRY. Mischief. Who dally (dildlet nil Imut," Turn lopsov-tnrvry, Innlde onl, All moveable (he house throughout f M itchicf. Who in Ihe u.e-pn ilropprd hl time, Then Imifhed lo we cnik Biddy tw, You liiile rogue, we knew 'twa you Mltchfuf. Who ciiittrtit poor puasy with nootcf Who broke Hie fgf of nlttltifr Kooacf Who was It turned old Billy loose T Mischief". Who wm It let the chlckent out Upon the garden just Inld out. And cheered the 'HcrtchrV with A shout f Mischief. Who nipt M'a 'pnalet' In the btid'f Who liluckt hU .lion with yellow miidf Who nude the bath-room all one flood? Mischief. Who was It, to explore the well, Once sounded It with dinner-bell? How many more things, who can tell t Mischief. Who now-ttca sleeping on the floor, Willi cherry Hps and pinafore And face besmeared with cherry gore ? Mischief. LETTERS FROM ABROAD. MUNICH, Oct. 9th, '71. When Nnrembnrg wa in its riinc ohoul tliree liundrod years ago when Albert Duicr and Hans Sachs, the Mei tcr Singer, were two of its worthy fit i- eeiis, when immenau wealth and power lay within these walla, it was then that the municipal Authorities considered it their right and privilege to hold for years their prisoners of war within these dungeon, and to punish the people re gardless of humane rights, with these wretched torturing instruments. I have read recently concerning this Very Free Tower, which contains the Iron Virgin, that in those times a certain Baron Von Stein wa incarcerated and held for ma ny years for gome merely political rea son. Through the aid of his noble son he escnpes, but while planning this the son unwillingly beholds the secret hor rors connected with the Iron Virgin. Underneath this tower is a monastery ; one of iia monks being an old friend of the family, is willing to assist in the bold project of the rescue of the liaron at the risk of his own life, and accordingly lecieves the son at midnight in order to give him an opportunity to see his fath er's cell. At 12 o'clock he is promptly there ; the old priest throws over him monk's gown fur a disguise, and stealth ily they let themselves down through a trap door and creeping along the gloomy, dump passage they come to niche in the wall where the monk places his com panion while he returns to his cell. Fill ed with a sense ot the awfuluess of the place, chilled and shivering w ith the cold and dampness, and thinking of his poor father growing grey within these walls, ho impatiently keeps his cramped posi tion tor some minutes, seemingly hours, till at 1-ngili a low, distant chant with the noise ot nvmy slow treading feet fulls upon his ear, and soon the light of their one dim taper reveals to him a proces- sioii ot monks. u nperceiveu ne joins their ranks and follows them, winding through the long pussnges, through six consecutive doors, just large enough to admit a mini, and so thick that no sound o.iuld possibly cscnpe to the corridors from the small chamber beyond the last lour, In which they now stop. The at osphere is stifling, for through no opening can fresh sir be admitted into these underground prisons. In one cor ner is a box in which the criminal is al lowed to sleep his last earthly sleep, with arras and leet iu the stock. By it stands the Virgin, a kind expression on her face, but alas! though her looks are winniiis her heart is ot iron, One last op portunity is given to the victim to re tract his heretical sayings; but at his re fusal, the priest bids him "go to the em brace ol the Holy Mother", and saying is, he opens the two duors which form her irnTnile, and thrusts him in and closes the doom, which are eilVoiiially forced back to their proper position by means of a screw fastened to Uie wall which pushes a wooden bai.d close around the figure, till the iron spikea within are driven through tho body, and two through the eyes of the wretched victim. The vital flame being thus quickly ex tinguished, the body is let down through a trap door into a canal beneath, and heard ot no more. It was with a shud der and with a feeling of thankfulness that those days are paBt, that I lull tint horrible room, and hurried up to the light of day again. It is many ' years since these barbarities ceased, and now all these instruments ot tortnre are pre served as curiosities. .... i Ir Our next visit was to the church St. Lawrence; a magnificent go' hio edi fice, built from the 13th to the 15 centu ry. - The facade ts elaborately oyered with carved work in stone. Inside, the receptacle for the host is very beautiful, built before the church became a Pro testant one. This la a very chaste build ing, and the , gothio architecture is a contrast to the solid, nnartistio churches of Dresden. After wandering abont to see the shops and some of Jrwooden toys "tor. which : N nremburg noted, I took a charming walk alone around the wall ou Ibe ' outside l .,.-1 1 . 4r, , ... ... v. wall Is only two or three feet alwte the ground, but the moat Is 30 or 40 feet be low, so the walls on each side am im passible. I passed the statue of Durer, which stands before his house. At 4 o'clock, P m , we took the train for Munich a six hours ride. Hero wi took the omnibus fur the Four Hessons Hat el, which is very elegant, even lo the 4th etage, where they put tis, they being very full on account of the yearly festival this week, which is something like our great fairs in America, and also owing to tho Roman Cutholiu Assembly in session. The next day we strolled through the rain to get an idea of some ot tho prin cipal streets. The Opera House, the Post Office, the Palace, the University and Court church were the noticible buildings. In an open hall, or piazza, near the palace, each day is given fine orchestral music, followed by the parade of a few soldiers through tho Court gar dens. Wm came up in time to enjoy both of these, aud then went on to the Knglish garden, (he park of the city. Friday, before breakfast, which comes usually at 10 o'clock on the Continent, we weut to the Marrien Plata- where is the statue of Marie, on n monument erected to her honor after a victory. On the four corners of the pedestal are Ge nii killing a viper, basilisk, lion and dragon, (plague, war, famine and here sy.) The market women and school girls nil stopped iu passing to count their beads before it or say their prayers as last as possible, looking here aud there during their devotions. During! the day we visited the old part of the palate the resilience of the royal family being iu the new part, and not open to visitors. Tlit rooms we saw were two reception-rooms, bull room, two rooms for the grandfather's collection of por traits ot bcnu ilul ladies, a room for paintings of war scenes, t hue for fres coes, an old throne room, a beautiful lit tle p'irlor, bed room, mirror room, liou- dt ir with little porrclaine paintings all over the walls, also the preseiit throne room, iu which are gill statues ol the family ancenters; nud still this is but a small part of the palace. King Louis spends most ot his time in the country, 8.8 he is very fond of hunting and Mu nich is excessively dull. The opera hero is excellent, the picture galleries very fine, and the city built up beauti fully, with numerous splendid public buildings, streets wide, shops large, so that as a whole it is a lieauliful modern place, and yet the climate is so bad that strangers merely make short visits r.uiie wishing to remain. Sunday at Si. Mieheal's church we heard fine music, uud later in '.he day we found English service in the Odeon a concert house, I took dinner at the French and German table with no Eng lish toiigUH to respond to mine, in order that. I might have my favorite sunset hour lor a walk. And a charming walk I had along the bunks ot "Iser rolling rapidly" with the sunset clouds beyond and the city lying bet ween. The Iser is a beautiful st renin, iu some places divid ing into four branches, then two of them join and pass under the beautiful bridge at the foot of Maximilian srteet. Monday we visited the "Glyptothek," a gallery of antiqu pieces of sculpt ure. most excellent, and also looked into tine Basilica, which, by the way, is an oblong church without, steeple, with one or two side aisles looks like an ark on ou the outside. To-inorrow we take the M. H. T. The Young in Great Cities. is of re freshing is Very seldom have wo seen I lie sol inn truths connected wllh the slmme nnU lolly or dissi pated lives, espiciully In cities, put Into more earnest, aud forcible aud truthful language than in the following article from the pen Dr. J. G. Holland, editor of Seribner'i Month ly.- It Is worthy thu thoughtful persual every young person who it tempted to poUon both present and future life by feeding upon the apples of Sodom : " The world learns its lessons- slowly. Much of the world does not learn lessons at all. The young are" every where growing' up amid the ruins other lives, apparently without inquiring or caring tor tne reasons of the disas e.s to life, fortune, and reHita) ion that are happening, or have happened, every where around them. One man, with great trusts of money iu hi hands, be trays the confidence ot the public, be ts iuics a hopeless defaulter, and'" blows bis brains out. Another, led ou by love ot power and place, is degraded at last to a poor demagogue, without, character or influence. Another, through a sur render ot himself to sensuality, becomes a disgusting beast with heart and brain more foul lhaii the nests of unclean birds. Another, by tasting, and tasting, ami tastiug ot the wine cup becomes a drunk ard at last, and dies in horrible delirium, or lives to be a curse to. wife, children and friends. There is an - army of these poor wretches iu every large city in laud dying daily, and daily reinforced, A young girL loving "not, wisely, too welb, plds herself to a seducer who mi a, and then forsakes her to a of shame and a death of despair. Not one gin, mil inousapda ot girls yeariv, so that, though a great oompany of those whose robes are soiled beyond cleansing, hide themselves in the grave every year, auother great upmpairy of the pure drop to their places and keep tilled to re Hon the ranks of prostitution. Again nud again iu iustauves bvyoiui countings are these tragedies repeated in the full presence of the rising generation, and yet it seems to grow no ier. Nothing has tieen more fully demonstrated than that the first steps of folly and sin are fiaught with peril. Nothing has been better proven than that temperate drink ing is always dantrcroiis, and that exces- I sitfi drinking is always ruinous. Noth ing is belli r It'iowii than that ft man cannot consort with lewd women sn hour without receiving a taint that a whole Mletime of repentance cannot Wholly eradicate. Since time began have worn'Mi been led astray by the same promises, the same pledges, the same empty rewards. If young mon and wo men could learn wisdom it would seem as if they might in it in a single day, by simply using their eyes and thinking upon what they see. Vet in the great city if New York, aud in all the great cities of the country, young men and young women are all the time r peating the mistake of those around them who are wrecked in character and fortune. The young man keeps his wine bottle, and seeks sports where deceived and ruined women lie in wait for prey, know ing perfectly well, if he knows anything, or has evtr used fairly the reason with which Heaven has endowed him, that he is in the braJ road to perdition that there is before lit in a lite ot disgust and a death ot horror. When the result of certain courses of conduct and certain indulgences are so well known ss these to which we allude, it seems strange that any can enter upon them. Every young man knows that if he never tastes a glass of alcoholic drink he will never become or stand in danger of bi coining a di uukard. Every young man knows that if he preserves a chaste youlh, sIiuiim the s ciely of the lewd, he can carry to the woman whom he lutes a self-respect which is invaluable, a past freely open to her qui allotting gaze, and the pure physical vitality which shall be the wealth of auother generati"ii. He knows that the lewaids of chaslilv are ten thousand times greater than those of criminal indulgence. He knows that nothing is lust ami everything is gaund bv a lite ot manly sobcrity and sell-ile-dlal. He knows all this, if he had h id his eyes open, and has exercised his rea son iu even a small degree : and 'el he joins the in iituii.ed miiltiluile and goes straight to the ilcvi1. We know I lint we do not exauueialu when we say that New York has thousands of young men, with guuu molhir aud pure nisiera, who, if their lives sLould be uncovered, could never look those inotlieis and sifters in the face again. They are full ot fears of exposure and conscious of irrepara ble Iocs. Their lives are masked iu h thousand ways. They live a daily lie. They are the victims and slaves of vices which are jusl us certain to cripple oi kill them, unless at once ai.d forever for saken, as liny live. There are thousands of others who, now pure mid yood, will follow evil exampie unwarned by whui they see, ami w luno'ii year will be walk ing iu thai road thai buds evtrmort Jowii ward. One tires of talking lo fools, aud falls back iu sorioxv thai hell and destruction are never lull iu sorrow thai men can not or will not, learn thai there bill one path to an honorable, pn s;ierous life, and all others lead more or 1 ss di rectly to ruin. Burning of Warwick Castle. a of ot' its of Warwick Castle, I be splendid ances tral seat ot the Earls oi Wnrwick, how irrepuruble iijmy by fire is n ported b cable telegrams, was well known ti travelers and historical students general ly. It wus mil only orient the mos inH"iiifloenl feudal fortresses ot England, bui also the only remaining one of th greal baronial strongholds which was ii an excellent stale of preservui ion, srii used with comfort as a lamilv residence. The building was sitaaled between t ! town of Warwick aud Ihe river Avon It towered ou a su-i p acclivity, aud ihn commanded Ihe uinlel lying country loi miles. liHdlii"ii and History goloeluiv th.-.l Witrwii k L'asilc wa loiinded h, Elheltiedii, l:.u-iiU-r of King Altrm Itr strong.-st toers were named tiny' uu.l Cfesar's tower, resp ctively. Tin. noble Wurwick vae, which was toiim iu a lake mar Tivoil, was kiit 'iilli. castle giotui Is, Inch " ure an pie am laid out, ou both sides of the Av.., will great taste after a very large outlay o money, Ihe caxile contained a hue coi lection ot paintings, some ol them an works of great magnificence. The mint oi many monasteries are to lie seen around thu town ot Warwick, the bat tered and blackened frsgint ills of tin walls of tlw.le seats of education and ri- liirion appearing almost in view ot-tl e dwelling of the Earl. The earldom 1 1 Warwick was representee by Hie tamoi s Guy de Deauchump in the year . 129:. Guy diet in the castle on il e 13ih u August, iu 1315. The earldom was helil by Uiohard Neville, the "King Maker.'- 11 was lortfiieil bv attainder alter tin battle ot IJ irnet ami I he violent deal I ot the "King Maker," but was al'terwardr restored. , the but life Providence Newsboy axo Foot blacks. The second annual dinner wat given to the newsboys and bootblacks ot I'riviueii'je, It. I., by the oung Men s Christian Associai ion, on 1 hunks- giving aiieruoon. rive mines win. ample accommodations for 250 children. bouullluliv loaded wllh all the tradition al luxuries of Thanksgiving, and taste fully ornamented with a profusion ol choice flowers, occupied the center of the ball. Hie pillurs aud naileries wen richly decorated with tlsiis of all nations. On the plat form sal t lie Governor, Mayor JJoyle. ex-Mayor liaratow, the J'resideiit of tho Association, aud a large p umber ot the clergy of the city, lu their rear in trout of ihe great organ, was Khode Island's favorite brass baud. Two thou sand spectators, occupying every avails ble space, ana wnose admission lee piusi have added a very handsome item to the Associat ion's treasury, looked down u poll a scene to he remembered tor a lifetime. At six o'clock, while the organ and ithe band united lu a soul-stirring march, the boys, the .majority td rhcin orphans, tiled in two by two, in perfect order, aud took their places in glad anticipa tion of the coming feast. Many in the vast audience were affect ed to tears a nil reverently nniled wilh the President of Brown University in prayer. Then the feast began, and for nearly fin hour thp dishes rattled to the music of hungry, happy boys. Ti tx- ' governors nud numerous oihrr digni taries carved the luikeys, while fitly ladies did the honors of the table, the band and the organ mein while discours ing lively airs. The interest incf ocension concluded with pleasant addresses by the Governor, Ihe Mayors, several nun. isters, and Professor Lincoln of the Uni versity, the boys, the band, the organ, and the vast assembly united in singing Praise God from whom all blessing, flow. The Calendar Calified. Jaiintry was originally calle'd Ginnary, because taken warm ilbin to counter act cold will o t. February was anciently styled Fibu ary, on account of the lover's perjuries uttered on Valentine's day. March took its iihiiic from I he fact that it drills us into holes with piercing east wind s April owes its denomination to the Saxou words try and rill, because during this mouth il mius cats and dogs and monkey!. May may have been called May main ly becsiise May-day may fall mayhap on the first of the month. June is so named because it comes after the first tire months of ihe year, and is, therefore, Junior to I hem. July is duly denominated July, because vou will see ihe heavy ljew lie ou the grass (luring the moiilh. August is superlatively entitled to this nomenclature, because, though all the other months may possibly be very Aug ( hatever that means.) this is the August of the lot. (This was an aug ward question to Settle.) September was originally written Snp leiiiber, because the evenings begin to draw in about the hour .it which pi ople Indulge in the pleasant but uu wholsoiue meal known as supper. Oct jber is derived from the German, and is so uamid because il is the month in which the English brew beer and the Germans make 'oek. November is, us we know, called No vember ior no reason in particular. December owes to Christmas bills the name it derives ; lioui ihe'"dV in which patei'-laiuilius indulges as the small af co nils file :u. t3S-THB CAUSE AD CURB OF COXBUHB TIOX The primary causa of Consumption la de rangement of the digontlv organs. This defaug ment produces deOcient nutrition and aasimilaUon. By assimilation, I mean that process by which the nu triment of the food la converted Into blood, and Uwnca. Into the solids of the body. Persons with direaUoa thus unpaired, baying the slightest predisposition to pulmonary disease, or If they take cold, will be vary liable to have Consumption of the Longs in some of IU forms ; and I bold that It will be Impossible to core any case of Consumption without first restoring a good digestion and bcalthy asaLrallalioa. The very first thing to be dona ts to cleanse the stomach and bowels from all diseased mncas and slime which 1 clogging these organ to that they cannot perform their functions, and then reuse up and restore the liver to a healthy action. For this purpose, the surest and best remedy Is Schenck's Mandrake Pills. These Pills dean the stomach and bowels of all the dead and morbid clime that, la causing disease and decay In the whole system. They will clear out the liver of all diseased bile that ha accumulated there, and arouse It np to a new and bcalthy action, by which natural and healthy bile Is secreted. - Tho stomach, bowels, and liver Ire thus cleansed by the nse of Schenck's Mandrake Pills ; but there remains in tho stomach an excess of acid, the organ la torpid and the appetite poor. In the bowels, the iaeteals are weak, and requiring strength and support. It Is in a condition like this that Schenck's Seaweed Tonic proves to be the most valuable remedy ever discovered. It is alkaline, and its nse will neutral lie ail excess of acid, making the stomach, sweet and fresh ; it will give permanent tone to this important organ, and create a good, hearty appetite, and prepare the system for tho first process of a good digestion, and ultimately mako good, healthy, living blood. At ter this preparatory treatment, what remains to cure moat cases of Consumption is the free and persever ing nse of Schenck's Pulmonic Srrnp. The Pulmon ic Syrup nourishes the system, pn rifles the blood, aud Is readily absorbed into the circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased Inngs. There it ripens all morbid matters, whethtr in the form of abscesses or tnbercles, and then assists Nature lo expel all the dis eased matter in the form of freo expectoration, when neo It ripens. It hi then, by the great healing and Surlfying properties of Schenck's Pnlmonie Syrup, ist sll ulcers and cavities arc- healed up sonnd, and my patient is cured. Tho essential thing to be done In curing ousnmp. tloo is to get up a good appeilieanda good digestion, so that tho body will grow in flesh and get strong. If a person has diseased lungs, a cavity or abscess there, the cavity cannot heal, the matter cannot ripen, so long as the system Is below par. What Is nccei-aary to cure is a new order of things, a good appetite, a good nutrition, the body to grow in flesh and get tat ; then Nature Is bclped, the cavities will heal, the matter will ripen and be thrown off in large quanti ties and the person regain health and strength. This Is tlio true a lid only plan to care Consampticn. and if person is very had, if the lungs are not entirely de stroyed, or even If one lung is enUrely gone, If there is enough vitality left In the other to heal up, there Is hope. t-i .... . I have seen many persons cured with only one sonnd tang live and onjoy life to a good old age. This is what Schenck's Medicines will do to cure Consump tion. They will clean ont the stomach, sweeten and strengthen it. get up a good digestion, and gtve No tnre the assistance she needs ti clear the system or ail the disease that is iu the longs, whatever the form may be It ts Important that, while nslng Schenck's Medl elnes, care should bo exercised not to take cold : keep tn-doors In cool and damp weather avoid night-air, and take out-dour exercise ouly In a gcuial aud warm, sunshine. I wish It distinctly understood that when I recom mend a patient to be careful in regurd to taking cold while using my medicines, I do so lor a special reu? son, A man who has bnt partially recovered Iron, the efleete of a bad cold Is far more liable to a relapse than ouewbo baa been entirely cured, and it is precisely ths same In regard to Consumption. Ho long as tl lungs are not perfectly healed, Jnst so long is there imminent danger of a mil return of tho disease. Hence It is that I so sireniiouslycttutlon pulmonary patients against exposing themselves lo an atmosphere that Is not genial and pleasant. Condoned Consumptives' iunrs are a mass of sores, which the least change of -,..,,i,. will Inltama. Tliernd secret of my sue- cess with my medicines consists in myability to suh- Inn Inflnmniaiion instead of provoking it, as many of the faculty do. An inttnined lung cannot wun saieiy to the patient be exposed to the biting blasts of win ter or the chillrog winds of spring or autumn. It cannot with safety should be carenuiy snieiueu irom an irriiauug iimi. ences The utmost coutloii should be observed in this particular, as without It a cure under almost any circusiaUDCee is an imiiossibility. The person should lie kept on B wholesome and nulritlone diet, aud sll the medicines continued until ' the body has restored lo il lbs natural quantity of flesh and strength. .... 1 was myself cured by this treatment of the worst kind of Consumption, end hare lived to get fat and nearly these many yeans wllh one lung mostly gone. I have cored thousands siuce, and very many have been cored by this treatment whom I have never seen. About the 1st of October, 1 expect to take poseee tlon of my new building at the north east Corner of bixlh and Arch Streets, where I shali.be pleased to five advice to an woo may require 11. Pull directions accompany all my remedies, so that a person lu any partor tne worm ci I world can be readily canst "'j IL bLHELNCK. M.D I, Philadelphia, , R. 51ACREADT & COMPANY, jr.' E. Corsu-r OlssiM. wl Walnut Sts.'. WbolesaleAgenls. CINCINNATI, O. . , TnE ELIAS HOWE 1 y ' SE wise ma c 111 y Jit Tilt BEST IN I'SE. 80LD BT ' O.. A. SfltFETEIt. Ovpe.ltS Pai. '.' tori i t.htsbels, Ohio, Agency Office. H. FASSETT & SON, WILL give prompt attention to the sal, patrba.e. and rental of Hwit Estate, to Fire stid Mf. Insnranee In Srst ela-s Companies. PitHotisUns? lsins. Wr'inir and Arknowiedgl ( feeds, Menasges. lonlrsrts. w l is, . Ashtabala. O.. lii. 7th, 171 IIOt SK and f.OT on Pump Sr., witA gvod Bars.- v Buildings Dearlf asw. Price very low. . . IIOl'SK and tOT on Prospset StM wtrl good Bera . and choice Krntt, targs Lot, and.very desirable. 1 etas ' Jy reasonable. v m i.l'TII CITY LOTS. -Several deelrable Lola la bulutb can be had at a bargain. !(.'HI?A!C ASD WISCONSIN LANDS -t! Acres , bind near Saginaw Cllr and 400 seres In Hlehlsnd C'a., W.rcmsln. W ill be sold or exchanged for loM la Aab tshals County. ( . BIH.IMNO LOTS, In different pert of the TUlsgs for sale on easy terms, TTIB NF.TTLET05 FARM, the Premium Perm nt the Onuiy. pleasavily situated, only H miles from Ashlshula Village ; contains VM seres, with good ewll4 Ings, choice fruit snd never failing springs of pure we lei. Terms very reasonable. Kuqulrs of tkf. Kettletoa on Ihe premises or at Ibis agency. . GOOD UorPK A LOT. next Soeth of Presbyteries Chaiiel.cn Park St., In Ashishola V illsge. A very de sirable lecetlun aa it la near the business centre. HOf 'SF A fJX)I LOT. on Kertb Side nt Prospect St., short distance W est of Station St., slo Joining same . HOt'KR A LOT. with good barn, both of which will be sold on very reasonable tsrms. . ' NFW IIOCSP. and Pleasan' Lot on Ilm St. ; car be . had f.ir Ihe moderate price of $1,(JU0. with very favora ble terms of payment. PAKM IlorSK wllh new buildings, t miles from tWe Vlllsge on Plank Kosri. v. lib It srresof good Isnd. plea, tv .f good au-r and trull would make a comfortable little tsrm. rt ACRKS OP LAND adjoining fhe back of same. This land will be sdd separate from or iu connection wlin shove named Uoase and IS Acres. IIOl'SK A TWO LOTS, on Tlnmnhrey St. Oood sew beildiu-.'s. enly a skorr walk from V illsge. Will be sold very cheap. J FOR SALE. One of the Vit fanna in the townahlp of ITarpra11e)d, half a mil eM of pr.cornra ; coiiUfningN-ieAra. Two ne re of which ii fpWnfl.dly . timbered ; t rooel nsrar barb ; 11 err of rivr bottom, the beat tattd lat the Mate. i'Hd baiid.Dj. ; at joong orchard ; trood wRir, fcd everything utV'Dt ft i goM conditio, i'rlce. t to.flO tht a'civ. 15. underTJiJii. Karnia adj'rin in-r Im'M at (To. pr itrr'r, and mre not for sale. A elar r title warrant.'.. This fa the beat barin in farm prop erty ever ottered. A VooIn Mill of fonr Ptorte. and 3 V acre of land t'other wiili a t ftutt fate m-aier power; nitnau-d In I'lyinoulli. TliU prnjMprtj ba laid idle for a lour tints, hat lnow In the market. Cotild be uiwd forKrit Bill). paper mill, chair factory, tnruii g factory, or auy other pRTi,ow dired ; only A bor; distance from AMitabiii ' viliai?. Frl, f'Mh: nn-euey lerma ; a good bargaiu for Mime energetic pcrton. A how and lot on corner of Hank and EPt atreef. W am- luL. and two ftftrr hoiw with wiue finished timia.rho.it : a wry dirahle place for a bu a in era man ; bfititf located no near the cvntre of Tillaije. Frira 400. oa good tenia. A hnne and lot tn the Caat Village ; lot 1 acre, ft rode . front and deep t atiiry and a half hou? and wnjf all fin in hed good eellarand HOt) bid. cieteru. well fruited and ererjUiinn eenlial t nuUtw It a good home. $ldU0. A hone and lot on Cheat nnt atreet, acre of land: well trailed. ood wall, Dedftun booe. Price $7U0 and a jprvat harvatn. Part lea want lo go weal, mod ftra) wiili tip to iNacritictt. -v For terme and partletjlara regarding nnr of the above) property, call on fclX.AK HALL. Krai Eaute A (font. Ashtabula, Ohio. Ofnou. Office over slienuan A llsll's Lav Real Etate Eor Sale. FAKM f 100 acres of excellent V. Land. .1 tits led no Plymouth Ridge. miles) from Ashtalmla Village: we:l watered, excellent frail orchard in heariug. tood buildu ga and very desirable ' -proeny. For .ale cheap Also, a wood lot of M. aero, near 11. R. U. in Plym ontti. Hi acres cut over; bslsi.ee faearfly wooded. " Terms easy. A small farm of f S arres. All tillable land, with good building and abundance of fruit of ail kind. : situated on South Ridge. US miles west from Ashtabnla Vill ige. A Machine Shop on Vain Ftreet, Ashtabula ; entice, boiler and a good assortment of tools. I IA niagniflri-r t estsie on ihr North Ridge about 4 miles West from Aelilahula, Village. 35 acres ol Ibe tne rtesl lann. a ia''e arn convenient nonse. neany new. a line hern and ont buildii.ifs, also firw. All kinds of fruit, shrubbery and everything desirshie fur e coon try residence. This estate Is offered at s great sacrifice onacrouni of the failing health and the broken np condi tion of Ihe owner's family. A Lot of 4SW acres, one Uftli of v,h!cn is wondlsnd. about one-ball mile from Ashtabula Village, near the Gull. Two Pine Ifesidenrea and Lots of X sc:e eerh nm Clx slnnl st.. auo also two on Camp St. Barns, Frail, good Water and everything convenient to each. Also . rot-,- desirable nmnertv on Vnnh Ride1 Rf-ed near the old Pair llnnliid-. consist iinr of a house nearly new Item, I acre of excellent land well stocked wiiA limit. A desirable residence on Centre St. Also, a House and Lot on Park St.. dinctly la Ihe eeuire of the Village. 2, . , A Benntiful t'oautrv Seat snd 10 acres of excellent nr. den land wun orcliartl a -1 uieyard aud many varied lies of small fruits. Aho,it 1 miles West from Ashta bula Village on ihe North Ride Road. . . A splendid Harden of nearly three acres under hbrk i-iiilivaiou snd Sill of the choicest trnils, u-gelliur Wilh House, Hani slid tuber arpcrlilieueee, lo be sold very cheap. Mtnaied s Rule 8. w. ol ihe Broii-:u limits oa the Hound Head Road, known -vs the Bliss properly. . 1 A Pleasant Residence and Lot on corner of Vine an Prosiect Mrevle. Fine Oardeu aud abundance of Frail. An excellent Stock Farm on the old Turnpike. SX nes irom Ashtabula ciitiUtiilu- 1X& seres of fine land lor eraiinc and tillage: excellent Wood lot. Buildings ample and irood. . s ' Also, tne Thomas xuoin tarn on we jaee ouor.. HO acres. A ralmible fsrm im North Rldee Road. I.V Tniles Ksst of Asbiabnla Village, lisi acres, good hutliiingeendeow-- veuieiitly srrangeu; also, a bouse and a acre ot laun in East mage. " Also, anothi-r mrm In Sheffield. US acres. 49 acre " wnoii land. Known as the L. W. Baker fsim. Siuail rarms nr Pasiuru lauds cheap lb Plj month, and .lesr Ashtahnla Village. Many other farms iu dlfferv.ut localities, snd sixes to suit purchaser. A cheap und very dcsfraMe property near the West Park In Ashlabltia Village) also, m. Bouse and lot n Prospeci Street near alve Park. The Turner Lou , n ( cm re street. Be. Ides. Houses and Lots in all nan if ths Village. Western Lands and city Lou in IuiuU. Inqnire of ' , ' ,' fl. W. TTtTr""' fecal Eatare and las. Aft. -. , sr Ashlahnla. O.. Dee tU.. -.,. .e;s. Icastre your Dtvelllags and Farm Pro-ee erty In (ha . f Watcrtown Firc,Insur. Co. OP VATKHTOWsT, 1. T. ".i 1 i . Capitol anil Swyilu vver $32S,oOT I V.VTES 10 to 20 per Pent, lower ihiin. charge," by companies doing a grHefal business and ton sures uoiliing tnore haxarduu. ihau dwellings and tleir comellts. No business proiM-rtv fskru. In-ures atcsiHsfe sll loss or damage by dr. -r lls-hmleg, and mi rsoipsaw. can lie on a saler basis, and lint Sew tuore -Bperou- thau Ihe Watertrtwn. It is sot snhjeet to wceviim-nt-re or heaw losses. It did not loose a dollsrlu the Swsro Klie or la llu.se rrf Xiehlgan or Wisconsin, tt-i ssl ths owner ol dwellllitrs and term property over H). two In New York Stsle iu lbs lasl ft.nr years, by tiers. 4 sooable rales, tou can save money by ealiin ; 00 suuasi UAU., AgeUI, III) . Asliisliu1' Ohio. A gout, cuTi'fjnsrt A Til. Cl ttF.R .&' Co's. r?i.p, I V Factors. Sale St., Ashtabnla. '-Vt's old suud. Call and exomlns before purchasleir-'jii.wlii.T.. K H. ALVOUD'S IvS TATK. TuL; VJ police Is hereby J,lvi thai MsrvR. M V,,. ,. Sarah C Alvonl and Ksittta. 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