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b I r , . i it. niL-i vnuinu iiltii'V TKI.KOHAPH OFFICE ASHTAMTL Steam Engine Works! FRINK & WIRE, Proprietors. PHOvMX BLOCK, rrfTtHMi or Stationary & Portable Engines, MIAPT1NO, PULLEYS, MILL OK VRINu. Ar. CIDIiH AM) CIIKKSK PHKSS J.VCh SCKiiWS OK ALL S1ZK. Alt kind of Machlncre Repairing nrotnptly attended to, A specalty of ateam and Oae Fittings. I? 1211 HARNESS, Ac ilttxj o. roriD, XT AS on- hand a (rood nssnrtutctit of flartiesaof varlnn kindr Heavy and Light. Slngf and fiouhle. of the best workmanship and materia), lie In preparer! to Mil all order for work of any d-jeeriiitl.-,,-, in hie line. SADDLES. I(U)l:;0 BIMW.E'. W f!TS, HALTERS, TrJ.ASRKTfl. f Tl Iim Jnt lull. lr. t nre mppl of Inrvi rind m-Mf m .,, frrvpfmr rnink". Tin-y . of uiriniit ftiinlilivN and viilti.r, mtrl ntrnrrlfd tit IflTopihlc uicr(, TiivAWMtrucoi iff ultoPtnn the IfliM'M nf miy In ihp r;itn. Tie IntvoHne pu!li me t n f I tu lmU mor this Mirk, nf ih.-y ran liurdly in 1 1 to flnrt mnc,hlnn lo thflr mind. I. . 1MMCU. Afiiuimm. s Tf. 8-. if-:, utivn?. New I)ni Store ! -rnEsunseiMM:i:s having .n-ci A received an assortm-tnt of I'nro li:n . Meitlciite. Perfnmee. Soaps, H'ln-hws, Ac j also. Mtp. Uam-otis and School Books, Photograph All. ems, SluOJoi.ely, Feus, ate, tVT Would' respectfull solicit a sl-tire of public patronage. Kl.nW hll A MMTI-XtN. Main Street, Aslltuliula, f. w. a. ruiwan, d. f). n. MATTr.M)". If, B. Physician's prescript ons rarclttlly componnd d. iaK)iua THAIRON Only 50 Cents per Bottle. It promotes the f-ItOVTIIt mrJEIlVTS . tlQ. COLO II, mid Incroanc th Virgo ad muACTT of tho IIAIIt. . tm TitfRTT Tni ago I.ton'o KATTTArntVf ton The Haih wnfl hmt pttuxd in tho nvtiknt by l'rofvnmt K. Ttttno Lyun, a fniwliinto of J'r.nrotnn 'ol Thnmn .rlrivd frrm tlio Onckt " K.thbo,"ih tit(lKfT U9 cltaru, ! y rt'utxmrlV, or f(frt. 'J hd fnvur ithftjirTreivea(nd tlio Hpiiltixity itlioioblnlnetl, U unj.rvfle(intol nnl iruirt-idlle. ft inrrcuwn Oifl 0owTBand UrAHTY nf tlm If air, ?l U n. .llifrhtftil dnmrittir, it eradiMn i)an trutr. It pi'.vm.ta llii lUur from tiirniitK Rny. 6 lio the li'ml crxd, nr d rtrii Out Imir rich, mft, ploy npiHrinro. It ii tho AMB lU IJDAMT1TT find UOAl.ll f B.ll WllH ttVKT H lllUK 9Bltof ftClMTIIRT A0, n.1 i-.tM.ll I. yilll lU lltmilHlHI'i Country Stuiwutuuly l iny Ceuts cr liuttle. "1 Woman's Glory 13 Her Hair. LYON'S liV.ATHHIRON IS rOBKl.T A VKllETAnLB rnFPABATIOH, enn. IwWdlnipljoJv.cll kuownROOTS, HERBS o4 FRUITS) combluad villi otliar propaitlx, vhleh in llialr uatuia ara CatluutLi, Aparlaut, K'u anuooa. IHuratlo, Allerauva au.l AuilHillioiia. Thai aotala Waanred IB a aufflilrat iuaullly of aplila arna tba HUall CANlii w kg UivU is any aaiaaaaa wbU4kloaaaatlM OLANTATION Bitters naf Ika moai daatrabia Tonlra ! Cathato alnUtawuriO. iluj ara UiUmiM atrictlf aa a Tcmpcroiico Bitters . aaal anrhnt tt tha laaUa aa daMlb latad. laar aa apno a Oiaaaaad Uru. and aUuulaM wta i Aiim allay acUoa la at uuoa kaomcat about Aa moadj lo ubich Wma ra aapaaialij (nbjaet U la auparaadtua Man mint ttanUaul 111 Bpriaaj aa4 kaaaaaarTaal Utmf kaia bo aquai. law ara a mud and aaaula -urgUM aa wail aa Tgcuo. thay lulfy iha Laadu TkajansiBiaadld Appatiaa. IhayniakalkamaaM (arose- tbay puhlf and iovlauraia, la Waii.ka, OoaaiipaUoa and UaaUacba. tkofastM atiouiaa laallaoaiilaaor diaotxUra vnloa aadanala ImJity MiiiaaA a. ik-.vim. Mjn-in, . eptt, 63 Park PUce, KowTork.. ' HpltMdtd t'otintrif. Jietdenee XOXl. AXal3. 'flIlS rtukJeure of tt tlio Itex, JllK X Bur altuatrit In Wayl.ruok. n the North KUWe nd. una uiiiv i,,,,u ia4 l.put of tha L. at. a N. a. II H . uae l. unk niila Itom 1'i-ei tilUn, Churchea and i huui Uuua, It (ul-rmii Uilriy iva aeroa of cucWn land. '! nullrfiiif tu a ! In complete repair-larpe ua elaaoy nf.l.ed Uuiia- earioaatli-d by kvaaufiil ground', plriitlluti) aiipi.lUe' a lib uaaienlal Imtmid aliruobcry ; Ana barn w Ilk at-lias .labia i iMiig i-relianl il ttiiawacrra of ruolea liult. 'ill . U vary aoalrable Liouarty. aua wili be oH vary 1... u a. ul ilia. ..uia. Ib-uire uf uial tiiUHIft. at h. M , ttaakall'a, A.hlav kW.Ohia, . I'aitttf. Aa ' g 2 r Plantation 3 in i aM i ii w hi i i if 1 1 1 i mriiall - 1 FUUN1TUUK ! FURNITURE ! "Small Profits and Quick Sales." joiin ducho would call attention lo hit large and SI'LIOIDID STOCK OF CAJJIMKT FURNITURE, Tba raralt of hit enlarged and lneraanad facllltlaa to boalnawa. i ' HeisPreparedto&i8t3eJUBg Ciwiper Than any nthar aafaMUhment ft tkaklnd In theconntr or city. I mvan what 1 My. aud would Invite the pnb llt In aeni-ral to ace for ta.iM ! tiafwe baflaff elaa whero. I am mnkinir lo ohjeob for any one l-o frlva tne a call, and II will pay Ihvni well for coming to teak larne atnek loaclect from, whp h la aa larReae any In any city. HnvliiK flitren yeam experience In hnalnera ana buying- all my onx k direct from the mannfantnrera Raat, ami viirtnct)iiir my own hnalneaa enable me to aell hm er lln any competitor In rtie reason. My work la a It alnnva h beenthe heat, I a I -o have on hand a larire etock of Kaftern work, whirh I veil rer.v low j anioiiK which will be found llllxle Ioihil"-'. bed lotinireB, carpet and rep lounjree. Mprlnir Mi.ttresaea, at ureally reduced prlcet of my own iiinke. In. n t fornrt the plae a fw diwraeonth of Flak, SUM mm A- t'o'a rionrand Feed Wtore. Alro paitl nlar attention paid tocarpct lovlne. t'nrtaln ami ( noil, e hnnitmi;. all of which will be doue wll readincea and dlenatLO. TJnca.or'tlsLlii.s- 1 nl-o kirg roiinttintly on hand 1tc rtmnt ol rcn'lv Mtmlr 4'oil)i, ttn'w tVotwl imltaliun. lilnck NVrIimiI Hurl tinititlnti tif BlH k Wnlniii. all of which I ran trim In two Ijikii' tint ico. In anv My) reqnontefi, equal to any riiv. nl-o hnvu a nplcntifd llcarnelu rcadiueet wheu tHHcd for. flKArr CiAYTHr.n.A now feature ti an rw ptj tl y r?v ful ih'd to thin lurnit'ir? pctn4tttfmu ? racier tfttlie I n di'rtnkrr dutrnMinrnt it mt that ran not tat) to com - mond lh-W Ni ihv coiiiintitilty, and will lOimv tho dlopo ration of tlm proprtotor to make hin eMuhlinhmtMit af rorrrt no intiy In. It will c ft-r to n'kk'vv the wmtU m4 uttlr. Incidental to, and io repn"iTnt In i-ea-onn of h ravMi,eiif, of prtfpiiTititf the rein a inn of the ii)trtel lor burinl. Thio ronx.titu in kenplng on eand, and rea'V for ltnniiMtintMimt, a itork of irravo rli-tltav A rarlffy m t-hrond1, 0 hoth mule and frmnte. innde up with ruitrk tfinte and appiiiiiiaterit-w, mrft fa prtm. aurf Nrh oitv'k and while mnt.iiM. A f-'ne order for a coftln mnr, OmtMoip, rmhrnce the hnl I limt'iitn of the dead, nnd thiin neve th frii-nds of the .1 ,iaed. In the mliNt of tfrlef fn n niirh that weenm arllrtil.irly dionfrueahlu anil Iik-o Kmou In tho wny of preiNiriw''u for the crave. lonv orcifo. A'htnhnlfl. Ohfn. .Tan 1t, T73. -f 13 i i nukiwi EAT ALtEHATITE AND BLOOD rUKIHtB. notAoaarknottrnm. The Ingredient nre publtahed on each bottle of medicine. Itlinsedand recommended by Pbyiiciana whcrcrerlt hni been introduced. It will positively cure SCROFULA and kindrel dittaiu, RHEUMA TISM, WllITB SWELLING, GOUT. OUITRE, ItliONCHI T1S, NEHV0U3 DEBILITY, INCIfIE. T CONSUMPTION and all diseasei ariiing- from an Impuro condition, of tba Blood, Bend for oar RofUDAiis Amimao, in wUich you will find certiricatea from rcliablo and trust-worthy Physicians, Ministers of the (ios pel, and others. Or. II. Wllaon Carr, of Baltl. more, lays ha ha used it In caacanf Scrornla and other diaeaaea with much ollsraction. ' Dr. T. V. PtJRh, of Baltimore, re. eommenda It to all peranne autrerinf with diaeaaad Blood, aftytna it la nipe- o tlor to any preparation ne naitaver u.ea Iter-. uaoiiev Mail, 01 tne nam mure M. . . Coufereni-o South, aaya been ao much benefitted by he has ltiue,thatheclieerlully reenmmenda it to al I h ii frionda and ai'"iint'cca, ( raven Co.,lrurKitK,at Gor ann.uin V, . ..v it fiuvtr haa failed IV,,! to Rive autlsfactlon. l.w bnm'l U. HicKadden, Mnrfreen. Efw B horo'.TcnneBaoe, aaltcuri-U hluluf Ukeunutlam wUao all als lulled. TUrUlUJADALtSIM CONNECTION WITH OtJtt will cure l UIHa and ever, Liver Complaint, uy pepila, etc. We euarantea BnaaDaLta auperlor to all other Blond Purluera. Seud lor SeaorluUT Circular or Alroatiac. Addreai, CLEMENTS k CO., 5 S. Commerce St., Ca'liwun, JfJ. Itemember to aik your Drugglit for HoiiDlLia. S'I'KA.M Suw IVX ill for Sale, rontainutf? Miller Paw, Lath Wjiv, aud onoof llnll'n Patent -inmp- iiinii. iiv rfUUN Bliil., I'.a-t Aehtal-nla. tig Tlio Confusions of an Invalid, r'l-nt.n-lirn am a WAnNIXM and Snr tha lienefll of Voi'Mn Mi V anii iiTiiiikk who eiiffer fnim NKHVOI'H IlKIIII.I IV, llSA ' MAN 111 Kin. etc.,1 a'lpiilyltur 'If mt'inf nf '-ran-. Written hyoue Him cnml lilin 1 1 n 1 1 1 t i' ii; v' nn-m-'riinie quackery, anil aim 'i n ie..vi,... n el ptiol illriTleil envi-fupu. Siiir- i'i-i hi o invltril to ii.lili-i-i tho anthnr. N A I'll NIKL MAVKMII, l-.'.l.il-n llc.x l.vt, llimiklvn, N. Y. Il'i'nff"" " hud. racking, Hose, Clothing, I, are Leather and Jfiyt's Leather Iteltttiff. W. ri. II. I'KCK, I'l Water '., iii.ill f'l.hVULANrt. Oll'fl. No I'eraau ran lalta llteaa HHfera aecAirilinir toiliivciiun, ami remain lonit uiiwell, pruvltted their I-jiii'1 nre not ili atroveil liy iiilueral niiiaon or oilier meaiia, uu, tul oikuiui wiiatcU Ueyoinl Hie point of tviailr. leurila or Iiiillse.llon, Ileadacltp, Pain In the KiiouiiierH, CoukIi., ritthuu-Mi of the Cheat, MixIneHa, hour Krui iaitona of tho bioniuili, Itaii 'l.i.l-lu tlm lli'iil Ii, Itiiiuna Atiati,, I'aieltailon of -the Uetiri, ImlnniniaUva of the l.ulil'ulu Ik Hie i ieskia iV Ui- Kul ueya. lui.l a kuaUnil uttuir ftalalal i t..uofUiinM, aro tne) einirhiKN f limpeiwia. duo Imitlu will prove a lietter iiuaraule of Ha uieill Ih n a i-ni(tliy uUvertlaeinenl. r'ar KeuiNla tmiilalMta, lit younii or eld, Miirrieil or ainiile, at tlio ilawu ol womanhood, or 1 tne turn of IiIh, thcao Toulo Intiera dlapmy au ' ileeided uu liiiluciiio that tiupruvauieut la aooa pereeplllile. , r'or lultaiuiiialnry and Chraule TAhaaM iiiaitani ami tiuut, lulloua, Keuilueiii and lul.r mauiai r'vvitre, inmmt t of tba Hlootl, Urr, kUliwva ami UU.l.l.r, Iheae Hitler have no equal, kucla In.eiuM-a are cuuai-d tiy VlHateU lllood. I tier ara a Kenlla Pnriradve aa well aa . aloule, iKjai-iti tue merit of acting aa a power lul aid ui In reiivvtuii C'ouifeatloa or itifluuiuiatuia of the Liver nud Vwceml Urguiut, aud lu atuioua l'lueaM-N. kor ktktn IHaeaaaa, KnipMona, Tetter, RalU Rheuiil, ItloU Uea. hoola. 4'uunlua, I'utlulra, Holla, , tarliumlea, iluiu-wonua, Kf.l.l-Hea.l, bh Kvaa, t.rynlpelaa, It. li. Hcutfa. liiaooloralloiM of Ilia la, - lluiuora aud Umeaava of the akla of whatever liauie or uaiure, are UU-rally uu up aud Harried out of . the ayatein lu a ahorl Uiue by the use uf tlwae Uiu.ra. (iaaleful Tnoaaauda yroclauu Vikaoaa Urr- t-HKa. tha. uiqat woudvriul tavkyurain t'ul eaaf 1 aiiaUAUWcltheaialtiuit ayau-inv at. 11. McWumAI.D r. - Drngvtata and tiaa. Agu., bau krauciace, y a 1 ewe. oi Waaaittgtoa aud CiiarltuB kuv. k. 1. ' XX tl Ai MHQOttW 4) DIAlJtfiaV ifiu'U tl Xi.J I .ii ilul A, I. U J. teeaiaika. , 0 8 to o H O o o H w o a H O W U a s o e r1 H H Ol Q O O o f5 o eJ u :b o o H w w 4 r-i o o 03 H (w 0 a 0 ft, O a v. & o o C 73 m i to w 0 u w K O tl H a u o as hi H (0 H Eh H a 1 hi H H b H r 10 C5 0 $ Z 5 H O i-4 O w a m H O t 0 a w o M ttt en n o K 14 o o H K M B. o o o Ee o H O 0 e4 u 03 0 PS ce o o o M u e kaCA Q O H W kvaaa H H 0 a 0 t H 'CHANGE O F F 1 J M . Strceter, Giddinga tt Co., ( Stirceeanr to Seyinosr, (IIiIiIIiik'b A Co..) 4 RH "now inin it'll witli greatly in- -- V creni-eil fucllltlea for all kluila ol Jobbing and Building, And will make tliln branch of our htiHlneaa a apeclalty. Wo are alao ninniifiictiirlni! all klnda of Builders' Ivlaterials Ii. our lli.e. at ii (HlOl) PIIDVIT. holh lo onraelvea and rwr CuttiHifr. HTKKKTKK, UIUDINUM At Co. Ai-hliibnl. Auetiot 31, 1871. nm jiAiti) ir Am. CROS11Y & WET1IKRWAX, 1 1 AVK ln'i'ii milling largely to ilitiic tocK. and now hroauut a verv oninult tu .arietv of irooil. lu lliuir line, .mil aa IKON. NAILS, Hlim.r MOODS, i, Cl'TI.KltV, COOK A NO lAKLOK ISTOV1-S, varluna paterae luixlurn aud We.leiu auakea AXKl.tt, Wl'UISIlS, Ill'IVS, Hl'OKKS, ami oilier f intake Trlmmluija, PaKMINU 4 tlAKDKN UTSNHIL8, OK ALL MM) ruiitts, Oils Jb VarnfMfun, B K V H II K S , Piitntand Whltewa.h-i variety. tll.ASS, ULAhHWAUIt, I.AMPA, VlltSI.SI.Y8 AND LAMP KlXTUItKS. ksa toll xlock ol TIN tV A II IC. Ilariin; aa nprrieaeed workiunn, apvclal nieiilliiti l paid lo , , JOB WORK, Hwli aa Pva Tmavliluu. Ittt..niijf. Hmoka ftp . am! He uniruitf ol H a uu. , ili. r nt Hie .nop, ur oin.kle. lu llkiller. of I'uio,.., I'lpo., Ae, Proiiini atti uiiiNi l onl. i., with aa muid work and aa fU.iimW.- tirU eaaeauy la 1 1-1 r.-,.t. A .hire of iialniu ael auHi-iHnl. liaasltY WKTIIRIIWAX, Aaktarfiula, AprIT, IHTI. till OpMialte n.k lloa.o. , I'LKVMLAkD. OUIO. BUSINESS CARDS, ' belter anj sneauaa Ikaa aaa k.rUM .. .v. ' f4''''ft;,('i'i ' ::,T: ' i Ever and Ever. Etof and erer the world goen rotitl, Ucirlne lu burdens and crosses t Eyer aticT ever Hie yenra roll on, With their tide of sorrow and losses. Ever and ever t ho book of life Bears upon Its psges Tbe weary weary Inys of tbe heart, bung through all the ages. Ever ..dd ever with outstretched hands. We Riasp for a goUldi morrow Ever and ever tlio oillnws of time Are Irelghled with blitcr sorrow. Ever and ever lite lips smile on, Tlmt the world muy walk In blindness Utile they know of the heart's wild woe. When the face rooks but with kindness. Ever and vpr the shadows full Over the golden msscs Ever a gleam from I'urailise LiifhluM otir cares and crosses Evt-r and ever the nwniinjr tluwns On hopes I bit l are lircallicil in gludncss t Evir and ever the niifltt brings in Its tide of bitter sndness. Ever and ever the eye ot God Looked) daw n on us with lty. Ami ever the light is shown lo us That fleams from tlio O olden Cily. La Mountain's Death. Mail reports give the interesting de tails of the fatal accident to the aero naut Ln Mountain, at Ionia, last Friday. His bnlloon wa what is known as a hot air one, nnd not gas. The canvas had somewhat of a worn appearance, as if the worse for being filled with heated air too often. At the summit, .where the canvas was sewn together, a block some ten or twelve inches in diameter, was fastened and through a hole in this six-guy ropes were secured, hanging down over the sides of the baloon, being at the bottom some seventeen feet npart and these were tied to the basket by the Professor himself. Tlrere were no ropes running around the baloon hori zontally to keep the gny-ropes from slipping or to prevent the whole thing from sliding out between the ropes, with a gust of wind. At 3:55 p. m. the Professor stepped into the basket, nnd the baloon took a shoot up almost per pendicularly, with the Professor swing ing his hat to the crowd, nil apparently eniovintr the si"ht. In n few moncnts more, however, the mouth of the baloon was observed to wave about two or three times, then to pass between the ropes, careening over on the side; when the rope broke out from their fastening at the top, and the full commences. La Mountain was noticed to be apparently making some effort to get the basket above him, and if possible to break the fall, but after the lirst struggle he fell so rapidly that nothing could be distin guihhed but the falling body, his hat coming after him, about one hundred feet or more behind, tho old canvas, near- collapsed, falling down gradually. 1 he hotly struck the ground a half doen teet trom the north west corner or th jail building. It struck with such a ter rible thud that it jarred the ground for fifty rods around, and made an inden tion in the solid ground eight inches depth. . There was scarcely it bone in the whole body not broken into fragments. It was as liinpsy as a rug. There were few fractures f if he skin, except the right loot, tne hone ot tne right leg liemg driven through the bottom of the foot. H-l 111". i i ne ootty lay upon a coiicn, a circle was formed, and the procession of all who wished to view the remains passed arounil. J lie I ro lessor is a brother of the celebrated aeronaut who died two or t hree years ago. This one's name was Kdward Ln- Mountain, lie was a jeweler by trade, and lived at I'rooklyn, in this State. He hail Haul just beloru lie went tin that he wished to take the train for home ns soon as possible after coming down, as his wife was very sick, lie himself had not had his clothes off for ten days. There were trom 10,000 to 12,000 peo ple who witnessed this horrible tragedy, lie was seen by people for four miles from the city, at an angle of thirty-five degrees. The best estimates make the heigthfroin which he fell P 100 tn 1,500 feet. Those who were on the hill back of the town said the strangest sight was to witness tbe j eople swaying back and torward like a held of wheat moved by the wind. The Stitlement of Ohio by Indians. Mr. Mansfield in his late letter to the Gazette, says the Wvandots were the earliest inhabitants of Ohio, and asks: "W ho were they, and where did they come from?" They came immediately from their home about Detroit. They were for merly n powerful tribe, called Ilurons by the French nnd lived in the country between Lake Huron anil l.nko Ontario, until about tlio year 1050, when they w ere routed by the Five Nati ns of Xew York (afterward six Nations) nud driv en to the shores of Lake Superior. About the year 1055 the Five Na tions annihilated the Fries, called by the French "Cat Nation," w ho inhabited the southern shore of Lako Frio. For many years Ohio was uninhabited, and visited only by the hunting parties of tho Five Nations ami their war parties passing into the west to attack too Miami and Illinois. Hut thoWyandots, or Ilurons, having settled meanwhile about Detroit, made a treaty with the Five Nations in 1604, nnd gradually" extended into Northern Ohio; afterwards the Dela ware moved in from the east, nnd the Mianiis from the wes', ami tlio Shaw nee) from the south. Tlio Miugoe of Ohio wr ea fra'rinont of the Six Nations. Ileckeweldor al ways call the Six Nations Mengwe. lie says they were called Mengwe by the i ni awn res, unit .Aimgoes lv tho whites. lut the name Mingo was habitually ao- plied tuilv to the colony that lived in Ohio. Cor. Ciiii iinuiti Gazette. A Vcl'ilciitll itri-rinnini ufnti.a tlrof t Philadelphia surgeon was culled the other day to a house, ui-tovn to ainnu. late the leg of a wotu in. Ilu is it near sighted man, ami he got into the wrong room, nnd cainlv siwed off tho limb of the servant girV who 'was a (ieriuan nnd come o tr!.. two ' days before, and who thought it wus one of the customs of tha country.' A merchant on beincr asked how larere an advertisement be wunted in the Kj- chany replied that they might "put him in about three pint of type." A prominent journalist in New York. .1. V. a. Me ' who is peneetiy Data, nns onerea a re ward of $1,000 for a story that will make hig hair stand on end. "V ESTER N RESERVE COLLEGE ' ' and Preparatory School, Bideoa O. luatrao- ? 7 ' permanvBt profeeeore. Fur catakwaes " a, auaeeee ia rMMa( fmV Legal. Sheriff as Bpeclal Master Commissioner. Bute of Xand and Tenements. Athtabula Common ritm, Junt 7Vrm, 1878, George n. Tower 1 Agalnat Order of Sale. Joseph Anaer, et nl. ) By rlrtne of an Order ot Sale daly ln.ned from eatd Court In the above caae to me directed, 1 will offer for ante by way of public anctton, at the door of tbe Court Hnaac hi aVaVri-nn, Aahtabnla County. Ohlre, oa Satar day the Isth day of Autrant, A. D. 1STS, between the honra of ltland II o'clock A. M. of aald day. the allow ing dearrt bed Landa and Tenementa to wit: rllnated lu therlllaire of A.htabnla. In aald County of Aahta bnla and Slate of Ohio, and know aa beln Lot No. Thlrty-cla-htas)ln Frederic Kln.man'e town plat In aaldvilae; an In lot front, on Park Street one chain, and la two rhalna and Sfty llnka deep, eiceptlng aad rerervInK twenty-two () feed ftoai ike aonth purl of the above described Int. It hem the aarne nnd dearie to aald Savannah Anier by Peter Rice, November sth, Into, he the rnme more or leaa, but ru'iject to all legal highways. Appraiaed at $ Term., cm-h. A. W. STICKS, Sheriff aa Bpeetel Ma.let Coaualaakmar. It. H. FITOII. Attorney fhr-Platntlfr. . ftfcertrre Office. Jaly lolh, 1818. 10 61198 Assignee's Notice. N OTICE ig hereby sriven that the un- aV-rahtned haa bean duly appointed and qualified as the Axaivnuue of Strev-ter, oidilinira A Co. All perrnna In debted to aald Arm muat make Immediate payment to tia. nnd all pi-ranna holrtinir claima ordemanda ai?aint eatd firm ol Strneter. Gld'tlnga A Co., muat preeent the Mttie lo aa, duly rerlaVU, for aettlement, accurdlnir lo iw. ABEL KKUM, WILLIAM SKYMOl'R, Assignees. Athtatiula, July 14th, 1878. vm. HheritTss Special Master Cninmiseioner. Bnlo of Lund and Tenements. Anhtabuln Common Pleat, March Term, 1872. . TJarW Caldwell I Agalnat VPIurles Order of Sale, Leonard W Baker. ) By virtue of PTitriea Orlor of Sole duly leaner! from said Court In the eho'ecaec, to me directed, I will offer foriwln byway of public auction at the door nf the Court House in Jeffcreon, Aahtabula County, Ohio, on Saturday, the 16A day of Augutt, A. D. 1873, between the hours of 10 and 1! o'clock A.M. of aald day. the followltiit ilucrfhed Lannr and Tenementa, to wit : Situated lu tbe town.HIp of Hlitrfflelil. County of Aekrahnla. and known ar hetiiir the went part of lot No. 31), bounded on the Norih by i he highway, on the East by the we.t line of lands deeded to Timothy and Har vey Smith ; on tho South by the pouth line of raid lot M; on the Weit by the oaM line of the Townehip of Plymculb. containing One Hundred and Thrco acrea of laud, more or lee. ; beliu; anine Inmla deeded by Amml Baker to aaid L W. Bnlier.lth or October, 1SIR. record ed Ii. Vol. SI, Papo. lis US. Arhtahula County He eordK. A I ho tho following tract of land, eliuated in raid Township. elnr a part of aald lot No. St. being Fifty acr-a, and hounded aa follow : North by Ike center of the South. F.art and Went road ; on the ait hyaline coinmuuiiiig at the center or raid road and the center of Outlet Creek; running Ihenre up aaid creek to whom aald creek cnwi a Hie ea.tlinenf lot No. !; thence South along aald line to the rojth-caet corner of .aid lot No. 3D: on the Sout h hv the aonth lino of aald lol No. 2W ; and on the West hj a line at rrnii eniriee won uie rain pouia line, ann tar ennugn inim aain e::.t line to mnnrre nr y acrea or land, being eninc land, deeded bv Sttniuel W ard and wife to aaiu , eonard v. Maker, Pen. Kl. ihih uecoided vol. Si. pniret 4M and 4ii, In Aalibihiila County Keconla. Apnrnnied ui f ;i,&M5i uu. 'rerinacst-n A. vv . s ril.ES, Bherill'. aa Special Maetcr Comnilaaiont-r, AMKL KHl'M. Aaent for Plaintiff, nberitl a QiHcp. -Iirly nth, lt71! tl(k 13 y00L WANTED At the Kingsvillc Woolen Mills. This old nml relmhfe estnlilislimonl Is now runnlnif on full lime tuul milking large qttun- oiii-a ui CASSIMERES, FULLED CLOTHS, FLANNELS AND YARN. These (noils we nre prc-pured to exchnnce for wool, nlliiu itiLr i h c very liiilesl ntitrkel price lor wool. We tire nlso' nremiri tl In until- nhif'liire elolhs In onli-r, anil ilo till kinds of spiiiniin; in our tistmlly low rales. 3? Give us n cull. I (iiowriiiiit & ro. Klniri-vllle. Jane It. auilV.'S 10,000 2rIJP'A.5B. $500,000 On TCESDAY. JULY. Sih. 18TS. the Tiintn OtiAiin OirT t'liNl-KltT. lllldfcr the nuiniliri-inelit of Kx i;overmir Too-. E. Itriiulette ami niitniirir.etl by .p -cial act of int i.t-i-iiiinre, ior ine neiii.-ui i t tne i-titinc L.inrury of Ketitu ky, iiiMltively mid uneiiilvocally come, ort' in I'nhlli- Lilii-iiry Hull, Loui.vllie. Ky.. when III.IMHI Oltta, all ca.h. amoniitlng to S'ldO.UOO, will be diatrlhu te,l by lot uiiioug the tieker-holilera. The money in pay all theau gin In full ia already in h:ink and set aside for that purpose, a following certificate proves : Omcioi Farmhiw' and DnoveRa' Bank. i LoeiMVll.r.K. Ky.. Anrll 7. IH7ff i Thla I to eerllly that there ia In the FAimsns' and Diuivstia' Hank, to the credit of the Third Urauri oift Cmiitert mr the henellt of the Puhllc Ibrarv of Ky., r ivn uuNoiiKii i iioi'.ano iii,LAi:a, wntcti haa neen set apart by tho MnnaL'ers to t av'he ullta In full, and will be held by tliu bank ami paid out for this purpose Oil IV. (Signed.) B. S. VF.KCII, Cashier. Only a few tickets remain unsold, and they will be fiirninlietl to tho drat aiipllcants at the following prices: Whole ItcKeta. (111; hulvea, $5 ; quartern. fJMI: n wholes forfliHI; SS for c.Ki; US lor Jit.utiO, and B7ft for $n,(MiO. For tickets and full Information, apply to TUOd. K. lilt A .vti.rc i i K 8mltilS. Louisville. Ky. Klln-drietl, All Pine Doors for $1.75 to $2.25 PlIK Subscrilwr, beinrj onvineetl of tho necessity of a low priced door, has inado arrangements to furnish tliuin at the above Astonishing Low Prices, And all other goods In hi line in the same ratio, foi ii. an. and (-.mi ontw . - . j . "Small Profits and Large Sales" a my mono in tho future. A large stock of Sash, . Blinds, and Doors constantly on hand. Over Olio Hundred dllfttrent varieties Of touhffllUW. Scroll Mawillf. dime on short notice, and WAltltANTb'D TO Ui VE SATISFACTION. A Large Stock of MICHIGAN PINE On hard. Alao a lartre stock of SMInir.Ceillnv and PLiOORIKTCv . ALWAYS ON HAND. Call and see before roa bar. as I am determined to make It aa ohjuct for the people lo bay of nio. Otttce aud Mill oupoalle Church Park. Street Mai.. Ashtaiiula. A7 U.l). IULLKI. KTl'KU HEADS printed in the i neat-i-J eat styles of tha art, at the TKLEOR.'.PIt OPFICK. TUB BKSTIIOOK IN TUB MARK KT BF.ST TKRM8 r.v aniir r r.iKi A i i k.m 1 ion aokvts sk.nu Foil CIUCCLAKs OK licit NEW w OKK, lNUKU HULL'S LIFK ANDTlMKaOF HORACE GREELEY ! TIIB MOST POI'lLAtt BIOCRAIIIY EXTANT ne. aiiieir on M OO rol l I t HISIIIHV CA.NlluK. Ft l.LNKss. Tltl'TU, 1MPAHTI A I.ITY A II i)lt K.XI THK IB iPI-K-A HOoK Folt TUB I.AhVMIINt. MA.V-A HOOK FOB SATKSM KN, HCIIOL tits A TUINKKIts A BOOK KOU KVKMV AMKltlCAN FAMILY. No bloirranhlcal work of snrh Ii lere.i to ih hnl. people lias lie line appeared in American literature. It la a full, c iinplel... Honest acc, uat of the lire of the most laborious ami luUnemlal of our cuaulry's reform era. t lie nrl journalist of bis sue, aud the busiust tuaa who ever lived. 1 kera are also eit.nded aerlres of very many of Mit. GREELEY'S COTEMPOR ARIES Wliether In )onrnall. in .r general politics, so that the "'"" a lamer nut. ju.t auu r. initio reprvsviilallou . .oNniRii pontics mr a peiuia Ol it ri) years. Here you will learn of the rl.eaud tall uf rarllea - of the IrMroub. aud dekiai o polilic. ; uf the livta aud .Hii.vii-ir w. ..MANY EMINENT MEN. UttS WOrk la. In Short. Iha irreat M.,'.r,.hl..n.t.lMf a.. leal work of the Iluiea. It Is l he gnat literary aucces or Hie tliaua. Kvery intellluuut naau and woman will have It Onlera are ooioiuar la lu such a way aa to show ibey will soon beg-iu to ptinr. Mecbviulcally. it is the handsomest hook pnbHshrd, being rwofu ely and Kl.KU VNTLY lt.Ll'bTUA'1'KU with about FOR I Y outiravlngs, tucliidiug portraits, also a aieel enuravtng of Mr. Urevley. whick ia the ii.iuiiu uaium oi any y puniished out lug a volume of over 600 royal octavo panes. AGENTS VANTED, To whom the beat terms ate offered. A ire a is ara aieel- Imwllb unperslM.d sBeres.. The gieat popeurliy of tile hiMik u.ares tu heiriiinura Kl'l-Ivl-KM I'o .ei-are lininedlata territory rend Si. 14 for Ike kmdttml rroepmu syau erer Aaif , or Sa.aO fur saatuie copy, library style, aad Proep, tas, either of which will ke pent Hm)iaiu, , . Address ' VNION PFBLISHBNO CO. ee W.B..H AVBHUB. t'BICA.O, 1T We Poarth St. Ciudnnatl, O.. or New York CI ly w uicaerer mar oe aeareal to roar aiac ei resiueuv, ENVELOPES.-.IIavinir dded a Urgs stock of Varelepes we ara 'prepared so famish uasa BrUMaav at a seat tas same snu 9 it i .'i .j i.wrtiUi'a Mil ma. D. W. HASKELL B Is now receiving daily his Immense Purchases af DRY GOOD 8. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, AND CrocKcry, for the Spring trade and I caa say with eatlrtictioTi to my old frlenite and tke eitliens of Asbtabala Coanty Hat ft nerer waa snore complete or better. To tTif-tepeopre seeking a plae lo trade, I weald say that that I pride myself tu selling GOOD OOOTJS, , dculiug justly and selling st low prices. REMEMBER TO CALL ON X- "W. Ildtislioll BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES. Ashtabula, April 80, 1873. 1817 THE BLISS GARDEN FOR SUE. TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT AND 1 good home, Just enquire of the pcoah) in Ashtahuls Slid stop over audltHik for ynursell at a snlendld vnrrieii ol nearly three acrea. uuder hi;;k ciilllviiiioti and lull of on- cnmccei rrnu, won goou notlso anu out IHIII'llngs In ood repair; also, well, cistern, and spring of never lallliiL' water, with three irood nniiiDS. The snrinu t. eight Teet ntinr. wall laid in cement, an i nil ro'e of tne (train on tne place, it has taken the first premium for eluhi or ten years, without exception, and will be sold very cheap, w llh tlHK) i uniting one year, I r desired Alxo, a hor-e. whl-or, gardes tools, and household Bonds. Situated a little southwest of the borough li.niti oti the Hound lleud road, known as the Bliss propeity. Ashlnbulu. Jan. 1. 1S73. lauo JUST OPENED. Cheap Night and Day CASH STORE. 1 HE Subscriber has just, opened a Store st the Station, In the new handing erected on the lingers' Corner, where muy he found at all times, a sup ply of Uruin t'orn.Ouis. Meal. Ac. Also, a stock of GROCERIES, Embracing all needful supplies for family nse. of the choicest and best qualities, and aud all new Oesh. Al.o a Stock of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE. It Is the Intention or tho subscriber to be no with te times In the excellence of his goods, and the low flgii ri al which they will he offered to the public. A share o patronage la solicited. N. S. HUMPHREY. Ashtahnln, Feh. IS, 1873. ) FOR SALE I Seven N Acres of Land, with crood bttlldlnirs and choice fruit. Situated two miles west ol Ashtabula Village on South Ridge. This isa very deslr stile property to any one seeking a home near tku town. Price AtLUOO. I.. M. CROSBY, Sltf T. C. CltoSHY. Execntore of the Estate of Z Crosby. LEATHER AND FINDINGS. FRENCH A WEIMLEN Manufactur ers Daelunr in LK A Till-: II Ac KIN DINfiS In the I'nl'nw. opposite l'hanix Foundry, Mulu street, Ash ti hula, Ohio, CASH PAID FOR HIDES. PELTS AND CALF t-KINS Just rocelreil. and now for sale as eood an aaanrna stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS aa can ho found lu any Western Market, and which wll bo sold on tlie inoat rcueoiiahle terme. I hone lo make ti an object for Boot and Shoo, and Harness Manulncturerr in tbe vlclulty. to fuvorme with their palrouagu, fueling satisAed that I caa aell thorn everything aevded lu theii business aa cheap as ran be found lu Cleveland, or even the Kaateru Markets, thereby saving freight and traveling expenses, and loss of time. All arc cordially Invited to call and examine mr atocL before purchasing elsewhere. Confident that I can ntakt It for your Interest to buy in this market. I .hall take pleasure In see lag my old friends and the public, and showing them aiy stock. Below, I give a partial list ol nicies : Spanish and slaughter, sole, u liner and hameae Leather apauish nnd slaughter kip; French call aud kip; oak aiu1 hemlock caif anil kip ; collar leather and home hides men's and women's morocco ; band and laciug leather liultige, bindings, toppltu and rnssrta. riAUIMts, Ijtsta. pegs, thread, wehh. Packard's Ink. Iron and aim nulla, round head tacks, bristles, awls, hammers, pincers, send stones, nispa, knives Iimim slxe atieka, auu straps, boot trees, shoe lacef., punches lasting Irons, eyelets, eve let sets, stitch-wheels. stitch-HMirkeni, hevl ahavea, eitgi lanes, strip awls, well knives, elastic, heel ball, stitch mr cord, laatinc lacks, heel and toe plates, hoot hlacking. hoot brushes, nameee oila, and all kinds of flnlshlug Irons, etc. etc. FRENCH d WEIBLEN. Aahtabnla 17t. I1S.1 Inanr. Vosr Ilwrlllnira andi Farm Prop rly ! the Watcrtown Fire Insur. Co., OF WATBRTOWN. N. Y. ' Capital ami 8urjlus over 325,000 RATES 10 to 20 per cent, lower than chargei by companies doing a general business and In sures nothing more haxardoue than dwellings and their enntente. No hn.inese property taken. I nsarea against all loss or damage by Are or lightnli-g. and s company can he on a saler basis, and bat few more prosperous thaa the Wntertown. It Is not subject to .weeping Area 01 heavy losses. It did not loose a dollar In the Chicago rlre or lu those of Michigan or Wisconsin. Haa eaven fbeownersiH dwelling and larra nrooerlv over 100, IMS) lii New York State In the last four years, by Its rea sonable rates. 1 ou can save monev ntr cainns- oa BDuAJi HALL. Agent. 114H Aahtabula. Ohio. STEWARTS LAKOB OVKN. A1R-TIOIIT SUMMER A WINTER COOK-STOVE WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST T ,r Cooking Store la lb world, requiring less ONaVHALV TBI 7UKL OF TDK COMMON COOK. BTUVaMre "L'sSl MP.?.iviAia a). Jaes, Is) 1875. JOR SALE REAL ESTATE t The foilowlnf dsserlbed Village aad Fans Property fee Sale by UX& TT IldtVll, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Main Street, Ashtabula, O, HOUSE AND LOT cn Trospret St., located Arst plsce north of Oen. B. Nettletnn'a residence. Lot m feet front by ta rods deep ! Boas. In perfect irpalr goiul barn, well of sefl water, dry cellar, sad everything about the place In good older Price very low a terms of payment exceedingly favorable HOl'SK AND LOT on cornet Flsk and Kim Streets. Large lot, well fruited ; two-story honse ana wing an In good repair. Oood wall of water. Price low, and terms ot payment auaa . accommodate parckwei. 70 ACRK FARM ln Plymouth. miles from Ashtahnla. IB seres woodland, aere elaeyard.S aorea eerbard.tw. of which la best grafted frnlt. Buildings good, large cistern. Farm well watered by Bring springs. Fries law. HOUSE a LOT In Bast Ashtahete, 1 miles from WestSide. Lol one acre ; hatldlags good, dry eellsr. St) barrel rVatrrn.all mrtellee af fruit on place. A a doalrehlea place Sir the price as can be foLDd la tha county. Terms good. 70 ACRE FARM an Plsnk rosdln Plymontn township. 10 seres timber ; dne young orchard, Build.1 ngs good, two barns in medlnm repair, farm weH watered, sail Mark nim-k and Imvas. Price fl, 600 one-half dewa and balance on long time If desired. BS ACRK FARM In Klngsrllle. near the village. Ona sere timber. First clsss building, sll kinds of fralt, llriiig aater In abundance, aud everything desirable ta make a pleasant homo. Price low. . v"?. A C1tB of TTmrAr Land fn Richmond township, on the line or the Jamestown R.R. 40 acrea cleared ; with in or mile of Depot ; two steam saw mille one -half mile or the land. All kinds of timber repaeseated beanlifnl rolling land, asdrleh sort went watered, rric. exceedingly low, aad terms favorable. tB ACRE FARM In Sarbrook, on the Turnpike road, on the line of the A. Y. k P. Railread. Fair belldlnga, large orchard, and vaiiety or other Iran, jk xetke final good school. Fslr dairy fcrm, and near to the bee! cheese factory la tke eoanty. Pike seasoaable and lermegood. OLD BREWERY BnlMrng and Lot on Bank 8t. H acre lot, hnllding ailed np aa a brewery, with double cellars. Ae, May be used fot aroet aay poTpose, Price rery low. HOUSE A LOT on the north side of Lake street, known aa the Elmer place. Hair acre lot, covert d with all varieties or frnit. Large roomy honse In perfect re pair; good barn, well, cellar and cistern. Thla plat, has every convenience la make II a very desirable resi dence. Price law aad terms farorakle to uurchaaer. HOUSE A LOT at Ashtabula Harbor, on the west side, known as the Caul. Kefcert Place, large lot, ex tending to benc h of the Lake, with all kinds or fruit. House In perteet repair, and fitted op with every con venience dry water lime cellar, good weB and cistern. One of most desirable little places at the harbor, Price exceedingly low. 60 ACRE FARM fn rfartsgrnre, 4Jf jnftv-B from Jtirf road Town. SO acres timber, all black aud white Ash) and son Maple. Buildings good, 70 young apple trees In bearing condition ; all other varieties of fruit In abundance. Fine living sprng on farm. Price $1300. The best bargain In farm propeity that I have to offer. HOTEL STAND and Furniture, knod-n as the Nation al Hotel, located at Ashtabula Depot. Very large, roomy building, in the best of repair. Aril feet fears. Two rooms on Arst floor ocrapled a stores. A paying custom aln ady established. Owner desires to sell on accoant of ill health. Price very low. A small pay ment down, and the balance on easy time. Thla Is tha most desirable property of the kind In the county, rlSO ACRES of Farm land In Sheffield-suitable for dividing into two farms, with building on each. Fine dairy larin plenty of timber and living water. Wilt sell the whole or a pan. ae desired. Price (9U per acre, on good terms of payment. 8 ACRE FARM on Lake shore, west of Harbor. Fan: house and barn, good fruit a anna little place.' Price taotl, on good terms sf prymetit. 184 ACRE FARM mile east et A ustlliborg Village. The very best of buiUliina-s, one barn 4UxH0, fn pern-ei repair. Dry wa'er lime cellar, good well of water, largo cistern, young orchard, 8U acres of timber. Thla la oua nl the heft luruis in the county lies near Depot or A. Y. A P. Railroad. Price exceedinrly law. A host one third down, balance on ten yeara time if desteed. VACANT LOT on north side of Ccil.-e 8treetreat ed Railroad Crossings, A rerr desirable lot lor busiuess purposes. Priee'lSOO, on good terms. BRICK HOUSE nnd one acre Lot on Prospect street. Hotise built in modern style with all conveniences. Dry cellar, well soft water, goodkara. All kinds of Irnlt on tho lot. Very desirably located; House finished throughout. Price and terms favorable to purchaser. HOUSE & DOT oa Laks street X sere hit. 11 .as a In perfect repair, tlood dry cellar; good well, cistern and barn all varieties of trait n place. Bouse dona otr In the be-l etvte. Price luw and payments easy. 8(1 ACRES of limber Laud in Plymouth, on line of Jamestown H. U. 0 acres cleared and small house thereon. Will ctrt 60 colds of goad wood to the acre. Price low. HOUSE A LOT on Division Street. IToirse ho lit In modern style and tu perfect rep:tr. Ootid barn, well of soft water, plenty of fruit. A ueslrablu little place, aud for sale very cheap. HOUSE ft LOT on Round Head road. One-half acre lot all kinds of frnlt. Honse In perfect repair, with convenience. Uoori h.irn, cistern and well, and lea house. For sale very cheap, and time given if desired. 14(1 ACRE FARM lu Auelinlmig. east of Ilia Village. Good buildings, all kinds of frnlt, large aai-ar hneh. liv ing water. One of tbe best dsiry ramie lu tbe county. Prieo rery low, and payments ta sail the kayer. HOUSE A LOT on east side of Chestnut street one half acre lot. New house. In good repair, goad well el w ater, growing frnlt on place. Lot lu suck rbsae thai a part can be sold off to good advantage. Price exceed ingly low. 7 ACRES of Land aa Sonth Ridge, little overa mile from the Village. Oood buildings, all kinds of fruit, living water. A rery desirable Mtlle place, aad fot aula chea p. 170 ACRE FARM ta Anstlnburgh. jasl east af Iha Village. Oood buildings ln fair repair, plenty of frail, large piece of timber. A first etnas dairy fa rat and near a cheese factory. Price rery lew aud terms of aymeot ravorahle. HOUSE A BARN and acres of hied an Bnnker Hill, about I V mile from the Village. All klnda of fruit, good living water easily soil. One af Ike most deerra- lile little places In the township. Price $11100, on gaud terms of payment. HOUSE A LOT at Ashtabula Harbor, on west side, known a Capt. Robert Brown place. Large lot, run ning to beach of the Lake. All varieties or irult. House in the most perfect repair, i tied up with eveiy convenience; large deiera, dry water lime cellar, geed well, good bam, and ever) thing la tke best shays aud condition. For sale cheap. VACANT LOT on Flsk slreet. X acre wftkent streets. Well fenced aud la good shape la buljt oa. Very desirable lot. 100 ACRE FARM (n Anstfnbnrg. east of Tillage. Large new hoase, good barns, young orchard in bearing condition. Farm well watered, fine young sugar bush. A first class dairy farm. For sale cheap, aud on geed terms of payment. A large number of vacant Lots located in every part of the village at very low prices, aad oa time to sulk customers. nlsoHon.es and lots n ssectflva above for want of space. All persons desiring to parehasa propurty In Ashtahnla, will do well lo call snd examine that which I have fir sale, before blndlug themselves to other parties. Office over Sherman A Ball's Law Office, Main Street, Ashtabula. Oklo. EDGAR HALL. N. B. Parties having Real Estatt which they deslr. old, will always And ae ready lo do their hnslnesa promptly, ann tor reasonable commissions. Ashtabula, Ohio, Sept. 1 .187. 1184 tr TPTJ IPL TNT I TTJFLET CALL ARD BEX J. S. BEACH'S FINE STOCK OF FURNITURE. "CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD.' HAVING a complete ontfit for carry ing oa thla branch of the ba.laeas. I feet confi dent that 1 can give sailstactiuo to thoaa kavlug need of tbe service of aa Undertaker, 11 they will entrust inu won ineir oBsrnosa. . n. nai'i il. Ashtabula. March SO. 187. I1A0 CRACKERS. Ws kavs this day appointed Merer A,ll.& E. tf . SA VA GE. of Aahtabula, ae asentslorthe saleef ear Criekers ky' he hlil.. orst retail. All who wish a Arst rate ar. tileleot Crackers can find Ikens at Ike above 11 ease, at Clevelsnd prices. (rtiu.WI5.j J. H d A. 8. GORHAM. i i o w una PLANTS and VEGETABLES. I HAVE just added lamely to hit stock thus ni ... VI..-. tl I. i i. "1 , . ... J . . umn'mnti mmn acains rtaniS. aklng a rery fine olsplay. My stock of Rosea, am. W thenar, and llaaglng- basket Plains, Is Oerama large aud greatly varied la kiuda aad af enneitur quality. 1 have several thousand Tomato Plants of best sorts, all of them have beeu re-set. I shall fbrnl h Sweet I'oialo l-lautsgrowu la Jersey; other klnda ar Vegeta ble eianta. sack aa Pepper. BVg pJaat. Cabhage, farly VIJT- "d O'e'yi "I" be ready la. heir season. All kinds of (ierdea Vegetables, aud Berries will ha furnished la their seasons. Statcimsusof my Plants and Vegetable, caa a. seen from time lo time al the Store uf A. U. A . W. Sav age. Orders ol any and ail kinds led tkere will be promptlr filled. Anything from lb vast stork of Storra, Fsrrisoe A) Co., will be ruruisbed lo Cseieaicre here. ilk pi .mat Bess, aud at I heir Catalogue rates. i koue by fair dealing aud reasonable prlcea. ta mar it and receive a abare uf patronage. My Ureeu-bouee and (.ardea caa be aaad on Main street. Bear the bile Felloe Factory ol the (.Itletta Bros. JAMK3 P. JENNINGS. Ashtahnla. May ath, 1878. lailMi (xILT AND ROSEWOOD Pietur . Frame, Cornice, Room and ear ... MOULDINGS. BCBABBB A TBAPF, Manafactnrars,' 1 ' ' 10 Ai) SI ooLvxaea a., eurrnLaao, 1 Liberal tndneamrata to CawsrW ti Jl, id fV.