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THE ERIE STORE
lew 'Goods AT THE Erie Store ! NOTHING LIKE IT Was Ever Seen Sprihg Goods AT THE Erie Store! in Ashtabula. DRESS GOODS. Spring Plaids ; Spring Plaids Spring Plaids Spring Plaids 8c 10c 12jc 15C VeryGood Crash 8c Table Einen ....20c up Good Fringed Towels 8c .SPREAD S. Quilts at t .75 Quilts at 1-00 Quilts at 1-25 Quilts at I-65 Quilts at all prices. Woolen Cloths! i We bre opened the LAEGEST AXD FINEST STOCK MEN & BOY'S WEAR Ever Seen In Ashtabula. You trill be aatonithed at lhe Low Prices. HOSIERY, SPRESTG GLOVES, RUCHES, CORSETS. Dress Goods 200 PIECES Elegant Style Drees Goods Ajt 25o. per Yard.. EVERYTHING TOU CAN THINK OF IN DRESS GOODS. BLACK CASHMERES. Pieces worth 75c 65c Pieces " 87c Pieces " $1-00 -.a Pieces " 1-2 1-00 We Warrant the above lot to be the best made d 25 Per rent. Leaa than ever sold. Gloves. The Beat Lot of One Dollar Gloves in America. ALL TEE FEW SHADES. EMBROIDERIES Just Received and CHEAP AS DIET. RIBBONS, LACES, TIES, COLLARS. OUR STOCK in every Department, and "We G-tia-rftrLtee Prices. ESfPTlease call and see us. 1413 If You Have Any Painting to Do AND CARE FOR s? Durability, Economy USE THE . Sherwin.Williams & Co. Pure Colored Paints. SOLD BY CROSBY & WETHERWA2, . ASHTABULA, O. Sy-CaIl at Crosby &VrrHEWAX's for you can ask for in regard to the PROCLAMATION SECOND. Whereas To the citizens of Ashtabula and vicinity, we would call your special attention to our Spring and Summer Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. . We would invite those goods, to examine our stock and be convinced that we are to be excelled by none, and that we will make just as good of goods as any Merchant Tailor, for one-third less money. Come and'try us and economise inese nam times. "A word to the wise is sufficient. 109 Main St., Ashtabula, 0. IS COMPLETE KEPLER CO., ERIE STORE. and Beauty Combined! " samples, and all the information and evidence Superiority of tnese Faints. Styles of Ready-made in need of the above fits and as good quality save your money and -aa- GREEN HOUSE, Budding & Vegetable Plants ! TJAVD5G Enlarged and in every bu TI! J J,rn,Pr?ved m Green House, Hot ?rtintl Cold frameg. I take pleasure In ex- Wrth-Vii.' my Plant will compare UblUhnfBrwiUlU-0rf "d larger ee- Mv I,T'.""J to varieiTi.u?ran.1wn I very fall both aame of f uT",W"'y, and I may sy the v inea for Baikal!' . v '0" " "Be mull and ' tS ,?4 Ee lot'h.-l? , Prloeafbr be had elsewhere, uu be aa low aa can itesiaenoe, loutta Main outh Main Street, a JlftT?BS5. ?? on 11 n Division of the where I shall alwa Lke .uoT. R." ! where i ahail always be baopy to in want of anything KA v. ... -1 m, 1 1 1 u- Byiuin in my lfus. any one DiS"i'i 'li1 prompt attention oraer Jon. to order. Vr'Jtf "V.W 'UPP' LU1 f IQWHIl arirl k li.sn I f,v,i Pif..,.u.PP'ied Aah tabula. O.. AnriT llmr r' :9 EST . . ADVRTISEMSXT la Nice Gooda at Low Prices ! My Store la new, therefore I am compelled 10 gire extra inducement to get customers. My prices on every article are marked in plain flgurea and at so Iowa price that it win be a surprise to yon that have been dealing wun oia established nooses. I am trying to do a big business. My plan Is nice, new and latest out. Men's, Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes at less price than they can be bought at any other houae In the city. Goods not satisfactory I oheerfully refund the money on their return In a reasonable time In good condition. DON'T FORGE T J WebSJIppersSSo, Bg. Slippers, aoo. Kid Slip. S,'10'1' Ur a-ood. at eoually low ohe ,th Very be" 'rench Kid to the pet grain leather, 2,,,, C W. CHAMBERLIN. , A. in tory uf FOR PI KK Rve! Bourbon Whiskies Kl'MS, GINS. BRANDIES 4 WINES, also good brands of Totoco Cigars, Call at MARTIN'S LIQUOR STORE, SmW-i No. 3. Centre Street. VULCAN IRON WORKS manufacturers ol PORTABLE, STATIONARY MARINE ENGINES also SHAFTING, PULLETS, HANGERS, &c Cas Pipe & Fittings on hand and got to order .J Also BRASS & MALLEABLE IRON TEAM FIT TINGS, Engine, Boiler and Miil Gearing, and Castings of Every Dlscription Wood-toawing, and for general Wealso mannfacture UPRIGHT & CIRCULAR SAW MILLS to order Also. Cider Mills. Cheese and Jack Screws on hand and made to onter. Brass and iron Lunugo uiaue w utuvi. Those wishing anything in our line, would do ell to call and see ns before purchasing elsewhere Office and work corner Nathan and Camp sis.. Ashtabula, O. L. B. McNCTT & BROTHER. 1855 Proprietors. Lots of Lots for Sale ! 12 X-4. .A-cres, Near L. S. & M. S. Rotind Honsc, Street. HOUSE & LOT nfFnt Street and Bank Alley. And other desirable property in the Village and at the Harbor Apply to 131 ltf r.uv a tu ii. rnui CHAN RICHARDSON, may be foand at his opposite Farmers'"National Bank, MAIN ST. - ASHTABULA, OHIO. A Fresh Stock of Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices etc.. wuicii arc IAJ l5 MU U nc iubwi Cash prices. Also a lull line ol . Cigars, and the Best French Candies 3, Sole Agent for the BOSS oct, SMOKi.ll. MINCE MEAT A SPECIALTY. Cash oricemid for Country produce. Good Butter wauted ut all times. Call and see me, and remember the sign, CHAN'S PLACE WASH-BOARDS! I have now improved my DOUBLE-FACED VICTOR WASH-BO AED! Three times. The second improvement was in changing tde rounds rrom airueeircie to an anfrle, so that now the surface of the board Is similar to tnat oi a zinc ooara. -me msi imnrovement is in filline the pores of the wood with a preparation that makes them impervious to water ana penecny smooia, so mat now it is THE VERY BEST BOARD IN THE "WORLD. EVERT BOARD IB WARRANTED GIVE SATISI'ACTIOZ: TO If it does not it can be returned to the seller, anil the money will be reiuuueu. LET EYERY HOUSEKEEPER TRY ONE. J. M. FAULKNER & SON are my authorized Agents to Country Mer- cnaiiis. L. M. CROSBY. Ashtabula, Ohio. UlTtf I WILL SELL lfY RESIDENCE ON GARY 1TJ- ST., near South Park, five minutes walk irom tne r. u. woufe new, containing ten rooms well finished: laree cii-tern : cood well of water. At il.ouii less than cost to build one year ago. Terms easy. rTOTJSE ON ELM ST., near M. E. Church. Ten roomsconvemently ar ranged for two families, good well, cistern. Ac., at $500 less than cost one year ago. and on terms so easy that rent win make the pay ments. Also Four good Lots on vyilcox Sreet, near Boutn 1'arK. Three Splendid Lots on Lock wood St., near rrospect si. One Lot on Hall Avenue. On terms that cannot fail to suit, with ex tra inducements to those whodesire to build. tH41S GEO. H. FASSKTT. Lawson's Curative CURES RHEUMATISM. Lawson's Curative CURES NEURALGIA, liaisons W a n jl CURES ERYSIPELAS. Lawson's Curative CURES DYSPEPSIA. Lawson's Curative CURES HEADACHE. Lawson's Curative CURES LAME BACK OR SIDE. Lawson's Curative CURES TIC DOULOUREUX. Lawson's Curative CURES CHILBLAINS. Lawson's Curative CURES SORE THROAT. Lawson's Cn-rniirr CURES DIPHTHERIA. UUiiLa JSUAX3 AND SCALDS. Lawson's Curative IS COOLING AND HEALING. Lawson's Curative ALLAYS INFLAMMATION. PRICE ONE DOLLAR. Prepared bytheLawson Chemical Ccmtsay CI..EYEI,A!VD, OHIO. SOLD ALL rlTnr--- It. THUKHKK & Co., Agt's, Ashtabula, O A'iKHTS 0Cri.n nrr ttt inmTT watki. duulu iuu r.Ej.K, muss in A New, Clenr and Connlne UNIVERSAL HISTORY March 1x77. 3 vol limes of the WorM h (ireat, Grand History In ,,i, Aiw-ii.it Middle Aire, ami ifl .J.,., i . ..,, .UUlJIIUIMUIJlf Willi 111(4 I'flPll.iut 1 .. of Centennial Exjiosltl,,,!, linum-mullon President Hayes, and Turkish illlli.-nllli ii,, in mi mum interest anil universal ed. Hells luster tlinn nnv iithi. r i Illustrallons, Low Price. Otilrk Sales kim eniis, circulars Free. Address J. MeOI Kliy w,,., i mum. t a , i llH-lmiutl, i ., ( Ii. Ito, III., St. Louis, Mo. .linlllV I . to ny the to a and the lhe rojiii Nuggets From Senator Morton's Recent Letter. REBEL WAR CLAIMS. Tlie large body of white people who ensaged in the rebellion are firmly united in favor of several things, and they will etaud by the party that favors them and oppose to the bitter end the party that op poses thein. Among them is the payment fur rebel property taken or destroyed by our armies. When Mr. Tildt n wrote his letter, just be fore the election, against these claims he lost his hold upon the South and was made to feel it in the late struirsrle in Congress. No Dem ocratic 'candidate will repeat . his b'under Although Southern Dem ocrats voted for him after he wrote the letter it froze the current ot their sympathies and had more to do in retaining them from fillibuster inr to prevent the counting of the voTe than any other cause; it greatly reconciled them to the loss of Til deii. ' I the late House the dividing line between rebel and loyal claims was ignored, and in a single Deiuo craticTadministration would be ob literated. When this comes to pass about claims the distinction in rebel and Union debt will be obliterated and lost. Slaves will be treated as other property sacrificed by our gov ernment. It will not all be done or avowed at once.'but step by step, al ready more rapid, until the public mind lias become more demoralized. The rebellion has ceased to be a crime, scarcely to be a mistake. The complete restoration of the Ira ternily will demand the abolition of all di.-'tiuclio'ns iu law between loy alty ami treason. EQUAL EIGHTS IX THE SOUTH. In Georgia, lesas, .Mississippi, Alabama, Arkausas, a part of 51 is- souri and middle and western ien ner-see, free suffrage exists chiefly in name. Georgia, in which there is not a difference of 8,000 votes be tween the parlies, gave Tilden a nia- iontv of 81,000. In six counties not a liepuiihcan vote was polled. Jiis sissippi, with a Republican majority of 30,000,was made to return alJem ocratic maioritv of 00,000. In four counties, containing 50,000 Iiepubli can votes, seven lvepublican votes were polled, which were admitted l'ust to show that Republicans could vote. Alabama, witn a clear lkepuo lican majority of 10,000, was made to return a Democratic maioritv of 3,500. In Tennessee, Arkansas, and Texas approximate results are pro duced by like processes. It is folly to allege that in these States there were liberty, protection and equal richts. J he voluminous testimony taken by the Senate committee es tablishes the fact that the liberty enioyed by the Republicans, both white and uiacK, was dui nominal They were outcasts from society, oppressed in business, hunted like criminals and denied tne protection of the laws. 1 eace and commercial prosperity based upon such condi tions are hollow and worthless, and are but another form of barter of rights for gold. The quiet was that of strangulation arid paralysis, and audacious falsehood at last grew weary that such results were any thing but crimes. If South Caroli na, with a Republican majority of 25,000, and Louisiana, with a like majority of 15,000, are to be concili ated and pacified in the same way, the hope and promises held out to President Hayes will have been broken in every part. If, on the contrary, Republicans in those Stales whites and black shall be pro tected in person, property and free dom of speech, action and occupa tion, I shall be the first to acknowl edge the grand result. I will ignore the past; let by-gones be by-gones, accept the new conditions with joy, and believe that Ihe rebellion was not surpressed in vain. It is to this happy condition that President Hayes aspires, and all should earn estly pray for the full realization ot his hopes. Brought in By a Smile. A London minister said to a friend one Monday morning: 'Seven persons were received into my church yesterday, and they were all brought in by a smile. 'Brought in by a smile! what do you meaur 1 will explain, freyeral months ago, as I passed a certain house on my way to church, I saw, held in the arms of its nurs,e, a beautiful infant, and as it fixed its large eyes on me smiled, and the sweet child return ed the smile, lhe next Sabbath the babe was again before the window. and again 1 gave it a smile, and as before it gave an answering smile, The third Sabbath as I passed by 1 . i 1 T il .1 1- . , tne winnow j. inrew me little one a kiss; instautly its hand was extend ed and a kiss thrown back to me. And so it came to pass that I leared to watch for the baby on my way to church, and, as the weeks went by 1 noticed that the nurse and baby were not alone; other members of the household pressed to the window to see the gentleman who always nad a smue lor the household pet. "Un aubath as 1 passed, two chil dren, a boy and a girl, stood at the window beside the baby. That morning the father and mother had said to those children, 'Make you selves ready for church, for we think that the gentleman . who always smiles to the baby is a minister, and when he passes you may follow him ana see where ue preaches. "lhe children were quite willing follow the suggestion of their parents, and, after I had oassed. the uoor opeueu, ana me children step ped upon the pavement aud kept near me from street to street until I entered my own church, where they louoweu me, auu seats were given them. "When they reached home, they sought their parents, and exclaimed eagerly, 'lie is a minister, and we nave louna ins church, and he preached a beautiful sermon this morning; you must go and hear him next Sabbath.' To persuade the parents was not diflicult. and L'uided meir children they found their way to church. They. too. were pleased, and other members of the household were induced to come to house of God. God blessed to them my ministry, and seven mem bers of this household have been led give their hearts to Jesus, and unite with the people of God, aud 1 repeat what 1 belore said to vou. 'they were all brought iu by a smile.' "No one is too poor, too full of labor and care, to give a smile and kind word. lhe loving Savior makes ue of the means so simple to bring souls into his kingdom." A on A Slight Mistake. The brakeman opened the door shouted out "OUoveltown, as train drew up at a country sta tion. The only passenger who step ped down and out was an elderly fe male, who, lhe moment she struck pi: t! (.mi, -tailed nil' f,.r up lhe m a si vie which inlmiateJ that put-ntv lhe ln r..-1-ni.i..l she knew where she was anyhow. She hadn't got more than twenty steps off, however, be fore a voting msn, who occupied seat directly behind the one she had just vacated, houm-i-d to his feet, as if a bombshell had hit Inn, seized rust v-looking black valise from tin rack above his head, shot for the door like a rocket-stick, jumped down on the platform, ami vocifer ously veiled, "Say. madam, you've left Vour bag." The elderly female turned around to look, but just then the train started, and the young man, dropping the valise like a hoi potato, jumped aboard again and re sumed his seat. I'resentiy there came in from tl smoking-car ahead, a snuffy-looking old man in a homespun suit and spec tacles. "Now-" said he. "1 wonder what's become of my valise?"' lie young man felt lid get v, atn was suddenly attricted by the rare beauty of the landscane without, "Anybody seen a valise tiiat I U-ft in this 'ere rack?" continued the man in the homespun, anxiously The youth saw that he'd gone and done it. There was no alternative but to own up. "Why," said h "was that your valise? I thought it belonged to the lady that got out at the last station. She went off and h ft it. I ran after her with it "The d 1 vou did," continued old Homespun, aghast. ' I'm the Kev. Ilc.ekiah llullowav, all the way from Injianny, and that bag' got all my sermons into it. for a minute or two, reader, there was a scene in mat car, vou may de pend upon it. Hut. when they reached the next telegraph station. a dispatch came that the woman didn't own the bag, and "wouldn't own sucn a bag, nohow, and t lie Kev. 11. II. got his sermons in due Puck. Just the Difference. A woman will take the smallest drawer in a bureau, for her private use, and will pack away in it bright bits of boxes of all shapes and sizes, dainty fragments ot ribbon, and scraps of lace, foamy ruffles, velvet things for the neck, lmiiule of .old love letters, pieces of jewelry, hand kerchicts, tans, things that no man knows the name of, all sorts of fresh looking, bright little traps that vou could not catalogue in a column, and any hour of the day or night she can go to that drawer and pick up any article she wants without dis turbing anything else. hereas a man, having the biggest, deepest and widest drawer assigned to him. will chuck into it three socks, a col larbox, an old neck tie, two hand kerchiefs, a pipe and a pair ot sus penders, and to save his soul he can't shut that drawer without leaving more ends of things sticking out than there are things in it, and it al ways looks as though it had been pacKea oy a nyaranuc press. Burlington Hawkeye. LEGAL. Administrator's Notice. VTOTICE is hereby given that the JJ nnilerslsneil has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix with the will annexed, on the estate of William Johnson Bell, deeased, late of Ashtabula. Ashtabula county, unio. .1 .- il. rr.i.ij. Ashtabula, unio, -May list, is, ,. atiMi Election Notice. VTOTICE is hereby given that the L' Annual Meetins of the Ashtabula Rnll- ine Mill Co. for the election of live () direct ors to serve, uiti! the next Annual meeting, and until their successors are elected and qualified : and for the transaction of such other business as may come belore said meet ing, will be held at the ollice of said Company in the village of Ashtabula. O., on Monday. juiy i!U, A. 1. l.SVi. liy oraer ot tne 15oaru 01 i rectors. A. ItlENST, Sec'y. Ashtabula, ilay auu, 177. otl4j Awarded tlie Highest Medal at Yiena, E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 591 Broadway, New fork, (opp. Metropolitan I lotel) Manufacturers, Importers & Dealers in Engravings, Chromos, Frames STEROSCOPES AND VIEWS Albums, Graphoscopes, Photo graphs, and kindred goods Celebrities, Actresses.Ac. PnO TOGRA PUIC MA TEIilA LS, We are Headquarters for everything iu the way 01 Stereopticans and Maaric Lanterns, being Manufacturers of the MICRO-SCIKXTIFIC LANTERN, BTEKKO-PANOPTICAN. UMVKRS1TY STKREOPTICON, ARTOPTICONS, ADVERTISER'S STEREOPTICONS, SCHOOL . AN'l'ERN, FAMILY LANTERN. PEOPLE'S LANTERN Each style being the best of its class in the maritet. Beautiful Photosrraphic Transparencies, of Statuary and Engraving for tlie window. Convex Glass. Manufacturers of Velvet Frame for Minatures and Convex Glass Pic tures. Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with directions for usmg sent on aiuilication. Any enterprisinir mail can uiake monev wim u jiaiu lantern. S A full stock ofVlews of the Exposition uunuings aim tncir contents. (jiul 121 tCutout tills advertisement' for reference. Groceries & Provisions. LOOK IN and see the improvement that W. REDHEAD has made iu hie old s'tore. H.ivmrrhnilt over and added on to hU old store, and re plum tied hit- siock wun a large assortment ol New Goods of Every Descrip tion, nsnally found in a First Class Grocery Store. He invitee his old friendsanU customers, and the pub lic In general, to call aud examine his "lions and compare quality aud prices before purchasing elee- wucre, His Goods are new and fresh. nd will he sold for Cash as low as a like quality of goods can he sold by any hcise in towu. He has a full line of Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, also a lull assortment of Fruits, Nuts and Con fectionery, togeth er with the Choicest Brands of TOBACCO AND CIGARS CANNED GOODS A SPECIALTY ! Cove Oysters, Lobsters and! Sardines, Peaches, Toma toes, Green Corn, Lima Beans, &c. full supply of FltlCslI UVUIIKN SAI"('l-;, l'l.ANTS Ji VKOHI A11I.KS. KKCK1VED FltOM TMK (i.MfOKNS KyEFIY HAY. i Also Agent for the celehated Buffalo Croain Ales & Porter, Irom the oil M n11.il r Krewery! wtiti-h he keens on tmuil Itv the liarrel. Imll Imrrel. aniUqiMrlc r. ami ilrult to suit customers, not to ue drank on the premises. Hi-tail dealers will flml it lo their nilvniitrtn tn ol him, ami suvu drayugu. 1-Wlf W. RRDIIRAP PATENTS. A. LEHM AN N, Solicitor of AtniTicnn and Kon'lixit I'ntculs, WjimIi- hifftmi, l. C All lMliuts o meted uitll uln'lht-r I in tin iiu ut Hlltv or 'on i-is. iomiti.Y nt I rii I'M lo. .N ot-hui ms liurlc mdoNMi Tuli'Iil is seem i tl. Im-ihI loi i 'il'l'llllU' 1 1 -'tt a GREAT ATTRACTIONS! NEW SPRING & SUMMER CARPETS AND NOTIONS, Prices- Lower than Ever, 0 fit!? I is DRESS 0,500 Yards (if Best Prints made in America, at Six aud One- Quarter Cents per yard. - Yard-Wide Dress Cambrics. Ten Cents. Rest Domestic Ginghams, Ten Cents. Splendid line of Alpacas, Mohairs, Miades, at 25 cents per yard. Our Rlack Alpacas at 30, 40 aud 50 cents are the Rest Goods ever shown for the money, lllack Pure Mohairs from 40 cents up. Iiig Bargains in Hlack Cashmeres an 1 Drap d' Etes. All Wool Debeges. Ulack Silks. Colored Trimming Silks One Dollar per yard. Our White Goods Table Damasks from 35 cents up. Napkins, all Linen, for One Dollar per dozen. Lace Curtains, by the yard or pairs. Lace Ribs; Silk Ties; Towels; Hamburgs; Shawls and Skirts. Paisley Shawls Reduced 25 per cent. Shetland Shawls, in White, iilue and V ool Shawls in Jew Styles for Spring Colored Skirts and Skirting. GLOVES. Great Job Lot of Two Button Kid Gloves at 75c per pair. i lk and Lisle Thread Gloves iu great variety. S CORSETS. The Best 80 Bone Corsets ever sold for One Dollar. Good Glove-Fitting Corsets, 40 Bones, only 75 cents. Great Attractions in Hosiery. Ladies' Balbrirans from 15 cents to Full line ot Ladies' Stripe and Plain The best Ten Cent White Hose ever Full, ltegular Made, Iron Frame British Splendid Stock of Children's White and Fancy Stripe Hose. Gents English and American Half Hose, very cheap. Men and Boys' Cassimeres, Cottonades, Kentucky Jeans, and tineviox; at prices th.at Dolman Cloths, with Fringes to Match. Fine White Carpet warp at 25 cents a pound. Colored Carpet Warps. Children's School Bags from 35 cents Headquarters I Carpets AX IMMEXSE New Patterns, GOOD INGItAIX CARPETS, New Large line of Small Figured Patterns for Bedrooms and Halls 29 Pieces of Tapestry Ingrains and Two In Beautiful at lower prices than oyer before known. HALL s STAIR CARPETS TO HATCH WHITE MATTING, 1 1 ESI P CARPETS, yard wide, only 25 STAIR CARPETS; STAIR OIL We have the OF CARPETS EVER SHOWN IX THIS COUNTY. At Prices as Low as can he found West of New York City. AN' EXAMINATION' OF tiOOPS 1 l.'U IN- JjL C-iJi tiL 1 -AT- & GOODS! and Cashmere Debeges, in New Spring Department is Full ! Ribbons. Scarlet. and Summer. $1.00 a pair. Colored Hose. sold. Hose, only 25 cents. onirxings, will sell tliem. up. STOCK OP Just Received Patterns, at 30, 40 and 50c per yard and Three Ply Carpets, New Patterns, CHECK MATTING. cents per yard. CLOTHS; FLOOR OIL CLOTHS Largest Stock AND PRICKS SOLICITED. TYLER'S Carlisle Tyler. II. LAUD'S 1SLUCK. GEO. WILLABD, Has Iste.jr received from New York Urjre Stock of Goods, comprising ft general Stock of DRUGS & MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS AND DTE STUFFS, and a large stock of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES! comprising Crushed, Powdered & Granulated SUGARS, A. B. Jt C. COFFEB SUGARS. l'-itfTO RICO A BROWN SUGARS. PORTO RICO & NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES. choice sTrrtTTis. COFFEES of All Grades. Raw. Burned and Ground. TEAS-.11 Grades Comprising gux powder, Young htsox, japan, ooloxg or BLACK. Pure Spices, whole or ground and. Warranted Fore, such aa PEPPER, SPICE, . CINNAMON, CLOVES, NUTMEGS, MACE, GINGER, SAGE, SUMMER SAVORY, Etc., Etc., Etc, RICE, SALERATUS. YEAST CAKES & POWDERS SOAPS of Every Description, s t .a. n. c ii, OSWEGO in Balk Silver Gloss In IBs papers " Corn Starch in lib DUIiYEA'S Satin Gloss in ltt " Canned Fruits & Vegetables SARDINES, CALIFORNIA SALMON, PICED OYSTERS RAISINS, CURRANTS, PRUNES JELLIES, TAPIOCA, COCOA. HECKER'S FAJRLNA. Codfish, Whitefish, MackereL Fork and Hams. WHEAT FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR BOLTED MEAL, WHITE BEANS, DRIED APPLES POTATOES, BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, and almost everything in the Grocery Line, for sale at the LOWEST BOTTOM PRICE FOR CASH. GEO. WILL1UD. Ashtabula. Jan. 1ST7. N. B. Imported Brandy, Ram, Gin and Sherry Wine, Old Bourbon and Rye Whis kies; also all the popular Grape Wines. 1410 Farm for Sale! A FARM of 97 icres, eligibly lo- 1 .V- cated on the Jefierson road, three miles Irom Ashtabula and the L, 8. A M. 8. Railroad and about equi-distant between the A , J. A r-. ana a., i . x r roaas, in goou conaition as to soil, fence, water, woodland, and orchard, for sale on favorable terms, inquire of Ashtabula. Oct. 12. 1S7. tf JAMKS REED. nUMPiniEYJk BALDWIN'S New Grocery Store ! at the LIME KIL1ST, near the L. S. cfc AT. S. DEPOT, Is ihe place to boy CHEAP GROCERIES ! BOome and See. 181 Kiln-dr.edt All Pine jiwrs run $1.75 to $1.25 1 HE Subscriber, being convinced of the necessity of a low priced door, has made ar rangements to furnish them at tlie above Astonishing Low Prices, Ard allother goods In his line in the same ratio, foi cash, and cash only. Small Profits & Large Sale Is my motto m toe future. A lanre stock of Sash, Bliuds. and Doors constantly oa hand. Over One Hundred different varieties of Moaldines. Scroll Sawin? done on short notice, and WARRANTED TO GIVE SATlsFAC. TION. A Large Stock of Michigan Pine on hand. Also a .arge stock of Siding, Ceiling and FXjOOFiIIVG ! , always on hand. Call aud see before you hoy. as I am determined tomake it an object for the people to huy of me. Office and Mill opposite LSnrrn raia. n Mitahnls.O. 67 Vi. O. OI LLEV. A FINE STOCK -of STATIONERY! CONFECTIONERY & CIGARS, can always be (bund at the Central Xews Room. All the Leatiing Paper and Mtigttzintt, My stock Is htrxe. of the best quality, and s fresh. 1.-6S C. M. HENDERSON, A RARE CHANCE TO PfRCHASE A Machine Shop Foundry nod all Tools. Stoek, e connecte.1 with the lvalue. Also my HOl'?K I.OT, contMtnlnff me-hatf acre of land. V ill aell vtieap lor lash or psh1 pnper. All In ctxitt order. Apply at the suop, or auoress L. B. McNVTT, lKKtf Ahtahula, O. 'HQiNIX RON WORKS IKON & HIIASS General JlacJtinists and manuutctureraot FARMING IMPLMENT Otllee and Works at Centre atreet Minic. ANlitai.itla, till.. R. a.