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BY JAMKS KKKI1.
Two Dollars ff In varlbly In Advance.
Blankaarall kind for mIo at thle orltc.
L. S. & M. S. RAILWAY.
Trains going West—leave Ashtabula !
Upeclal Clilctgo Eipreae. 4:81 a.m. At.at Cler. :.
Toledo Express 11:41 a. m. do :o.
Pacific Kipmi MM p. m. do 7:.
Steamboat Express tMa.tn. do fcw.
Accommodation 4:81 p. m. do 8:(i.
Trains Going East—leave Ashtabula !
Special N. T. Express.
7:00 p. m.
IfcM a. m.
11:14 a. m.
13:IR p, m.
Tombes sfc llrothcr havo Just received a fresh
lot of those choice Fremont llimi. They also keep
constantly on hand thu coluhmti'd brand of 81. Loula
White Wheat Flour, (live them arall. W
Look I 111 new pieces of Calico Juat recelred. From
8c toll cent! per yard. renile's Store.
Smith, the Photographer, hil the cxcluslvo right to
unko the charming Mezzotint. i
Haman Hair Switches at the
Black Watorproofa. Gold M.xed Waterproofs, Orcy
Waterproofs, Ulne Waterproofs, nt TylerA CaiMe's.
Orcy Switches Tor the old Ladles at co;e' Store.
Felt Skirts for Ladles aud Misses, In great variety
at Tyler d) Carlisle's.
Look at the now Ottoman i tripod shawl for at
the' Ptiple's Store, and then eee If yon can bunt It lu any
of the cheap John establli-hmchts.
liave yon read the new advertisement ol the reojile't
All Wool Velorlvs a splendid ifooda for a nice dress,
can be bought cheap at Tyler varlislc't
Empress Clothe end Merinos lu all colora and prices,
low, at Tyler A Carlisle's.
We are soiling Flaunels and all other Woolen Ooodai
at less than last year's prlcca. Tyler A Carlisle.
Look. L'mk at Mix Peace's Slew-' .'.-..n...-i
Uttuinau biiawia, rmia ouawis iu muiu uu buuuiu,
and Mlaaea 8hawla over lUu Juat opened at a great de
cline In price. Tyler A Caiilsle's
We are offering Bargulus lu Black und Colored Cash
Ineres, among which la a nice piece of the new shudit,
Bage Urcon, now very fualilouublj. 'J'ylty A Carlisle.
Tyler at Carlisle have Juat opened one of the largest
stocks of Dry Uoods ever exhibited In Ashtabula,
bought since the recent great decline lu pr.ces and will
be sold at the smallest living profit.
Thekest Waterproof In town, at Oae Dollar. Good
Checked oulrtijot Flannel at Suets. All wool French
3Iertnoa worth 10 shillings at One Dollar, French
"WoveCorteta M bones at 76 eta. .Sice Cotton Hose for
Ladles, 10 cts p- r pair. Economy checked Shirting, the
beet out t eta. Coate's, Chirk 'a, Williinanllc, and
Sterling Spool Cotton White, Black and all Colors at 6
eta., at MoBKiaow's.
Don't fuwi'l tho Savbrook Grant & wilson
Meeting od tUis, Friiluy evening llio IsL
Horace Greeley's wile, who ling been very
sick for some tint", died ou Wednesday niori.
Tfftc Fi8K HousK wan uiiiiorotl on Tuesday
-iglit Inst Willi guests from abroad u very
largo clt'plinnt and two cmnels, of iticnuirerie
lame, ou their wiiy to Girard for wlr.tcriu.
AssTTABCJLA HoC8. Mil. A. J. SMITH, the
new Landlord of the Ashtabula House, is, we
learn, making a. I'aviruble iinprosaion umnng
the gnests of that establishment by his accom
modation and attention, and the cleuiiliuass
and order of its appointments.
Burned at Sea. Tho Atlantic Mail Line
steamship Missouri, on her way Trout New
York to Havana, was burned off Abnco on ihe
22nd ult, and 79 lives lost 12 only were saved.
Ten of the itnssiiigcrs were ladies.
Fon Sale ou Bknt. A well located, lnrgp,
convenient suitl lileasatit dwelling. Inquire ot
I. O. Fished, or A. li. Bixur.
AsliUlmla, Oct. 24ili. 1873.
The Money Order business ol' the office of
this village, is becoming quite considerable.
For the quarter ending with Si-pteinhei, the
receipts were $5,158 71, and the amount of
orders paid wna 13,833 74.
Notice was given last Sabbath, that K"v.
J. N. M'GtFFKltT, of thu Presbyterian church,
would probably bo able to supply his owu
desk, which for three Subbnllis he has, by con
tinued sickness, been unable to do. '
Fit. We regret to learn, says tho last J!e
fortcr, that Mr. D. C Ailen, whose health had
been quite poor during thu past season, wna
ciZ'-d, an Monday morning, with a sort of
epileptic nt- At this writing lie is doing as
well as could be expected.
j ISknd in tub ItETUitNs. We hope the Re
publicans iu each township of the county will
seui in the result of the election as soon after
the close of the polls on Tuesday evening as
possible. Give the full vote for Grant and
. Greeley, as we desire to givo ti.e whole vote
of the county iu osr. next issue.
Unitarian. By a notioe in our advertising
columns, it will be seen that our Unitarian
Mentis are about to organize a church and so
' clely, and that all favorable to this pmuusiou
and this measure, are Invited to be present at
Templar's Hall on Bun day morning uext. The
Rev. M- Die Lakob, who ministers to the spir
itual wants of this order, is a geiitli't'iiuii of
intelligence, and of heart as well as head cul
ture. Ir you fkel dull, despondent, drowsy, de
bilitated, have frcqueut headache, mouth lasteg
badly, poor appetite, and totiKUu coated, you
'sire suffering from torpid liver or "biliousness."
Nothing will euro you so epeedily and per-
mently as Dr. Pierce's Golden Discovery. 000.
ATTBNTtK, VlOILANCS CoHMdTaSIC. Y(HI
are hereby requested to iuch: at the office of J.
It. Cook, iu Afcbubw!, on Saturday, the Oik
of Novcawbcr, svt nse o'clock, p. m., for tho
purpose t orgaaicing said committee and
Jectiawr a (sfficors. A punctual attention Is
rraptetfaJU requested. Silas Cook.
AsaUbola,Oct. 20th 1873. '
'- TnAT .Ltnip Post In the Park, w hich from s
lieneficcnt feature of tho villiuge, has become
nuisance, particularly on duik niuht, has
heen Illuminated, In purl, by some neophyte of
the brush, with while paint to make its pies
enco s little more palpable. If he had been
More prodigal, and gone over H without ex
pense to the corporation he might lave earn
ed A place In Ihe cnlendor of canonized saiuts.
Business ok Asulabula Station. The
freight vamo of our Lake Shore road la
much heavier Item of revenue st this station,
fjisn Ihe passenger truffle, as will be seen by
- - the figures taken front the hooka of the Station
Agent The) amount collected for the month
of September, ou 5,100,037 pounds of freight
received, waa $11,219 87, while the receipts
for tickets told, for the same period, was f !),
OoNqBBOATioMAL Cuuucn Madison.
The troubles which have so long vexed this
Church and had almost rent It la twain are at
laat happily removed. At s mooting of the
Churoh on Saturday last, after along, full, and
ree discussion of matters which had occasion
ed ths differences, mutual concession were
made, s plan of reconciliation approved and
VHaniu&uely adopted, and the Church la now
happily united In the support of Rev. Mr,
iaua,ti iw pastor.
' Bat nrtonx Mrktinu. On account of the
very unfavorable Mate of tho weather ou Tut a
day evening taut, the Grant and Wilson gath
ering was postponed until Friday evening of
this week Nov. 1st, when Mr. Noiithwat
promises lo bo on hand, whatever the weather
may be, and llio Wide-awake or ailjncont
towns will make things light and cheerful. A
full turnout, and a rousing lime, may be expected.
Lamp akd Oil DrcroT. We have failed lo
mention the fact that our old Mend I). W.
Gaht, has succeeded to the L imp, Oil, Tobac
co and Notion business of J. C. Ctil.VKit, and
his a full stock of these articles. 1 1' you want
an elegnnl lamp, here you tuny find It. If you
want tho best of oil, hero it U to bu hud. If
you are fond of the fragrant weed, hero the
choicest may bo found, and If you want mils
and confectionary for thu children, hero they
are in all their ficshncss and variety. So you
see Gary is the man after all.
The !tx t:r, iu speaking of itself, as an ad
vertising medium for business meu lu this sec
tion of the county, says, it has no superior. lis
subscription lists in the townships of Conneaut,
KlngHville, Monroe, Pierpont, and Springliuld,
Pa., Is larger than that ol any oilier paper, and
larger than It had ever been before. Business
men please bear it in mind.
Wo would add, that our coteinporary Is
well sustaining its editorial department, and
by Its slendy industry and adherence to prin
ciples, commends itself to ihe support of all
true Republicans of its journululiu parUh.
Anotiikh Entkiu'iiisk. Now thnt the
Pressed Brick Works are an established fact
wo are pleased to learn that parlies were in
town l.isi week, Inspecting our facilities, water
power, and means of shipment, with a view to
end a Inctory for the muiiulacluie of Baby
Carriages. We learn that Ihey were very
favorably impressed with Ihe advantages we
possess lor that kind of business, and the pros
pi ct is considered lo bu the most littering lor
the establishment of this new industry. ltep.
Siiekifk Stii.ks would be greatly obliged
to thu Trustees of Ihe various townships, if
they will see to having Ihe Poll-Books brought
lo Jell, i son previous to I'l o'clock on Wednes
day, so that lie c.tu slurt to Columbus In ihe
ul'ieriioou of Hint day with Ihe books. Let Ihe
vole bo marked iu tigures ou tho envelope.
Rallt Oncb Again I We trust no llepub
licun of Ashtabula county, no man in favor of
Ihe re-election of President Grant, will fail of
beiug at the polls on Tuesday next The only
hopes that the Confederates htive of electing
Geeley, is through the apathy and ovi r-cotifl-
deitcu of the Republicans. Sou to it, Repub
licans, that you are not caught napping, ou
the 5ili of November.- The overwhelming tri
umph of our glorious- cause U assured if we
but do our whole duty.
Notice to SI.vhineiis. Notice has been re
ceived that- on and itl'lcr the night of Wedns-
d.ty, the 30th day of October, 1872, a llxed red
light will bo exhibited from au open frame
work structure, recently erected at the outer
end of tho north pier, harbor of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. Thu apparatus is a Fresnel lens
oftliefl.lt order, illuuiinatiiu 270 decrees of
the horizon. The local piano is elevated '35
feet above the lake level. Tlie lihl should bu
seen from the deck of a vessel, lu clear weath
er, for a distance of about twelve statute miles.
La.ndi.ohu II. Field, has leased the Park
House, Oberlin, the only Hotel in that orderly
burg, to take possession on the iirst of Novem
ber. Ho expects to place himself and family
In these new quarters preliy soon ufier that
lime. With his inveterate hatred of rum mid
rowdyism, no little pleasure is felt by him
n going into a t'ommuniiy w here w hisky
and beer saloons lire unknown, and w here
the people are determined that the faculties
with which they have been endowed ahull not
bu perverted or abused. We commend the
Landlord to his new ueighbors and friends as a
straight-forward, true man, and both himself
aid lady adapted to the bos in ess it is their in
tention to follow. The l'irk Haute, under our
friend Field, will be uo discredit to the luce
either iu a gastronomic point of view, or that
of order and neatness.
East Cleveland is to bo annexed to Cleve
land. Tho Councils of the two cities have
taken favorable action upon the measure, but
thu D mociaey have opposed it with the ut
most vehemence. As, however, they have
been foiled a: about every step, little doubt re
mains to the perfecting of the arrangement.
The vole of East Cleveland is not such us thu
democracy would care lo havo merired with
(hut of Cleveland. The democracy of num
bers is "very good" they say "but to be
riyliily uuderstood, should uo'cr bu misap
plied." The November uumln r of ikrtbner''t Monthly
U one. of unusual interest. Tho opening arti
cle on Northen Russia and St. Petersburg, by
Dean ProcUtr, with i:s admirable illustrations.
gives one a better idea of (lie Russians and
their ways, than is found in whole volumes of
statistics and generalities. It is followed by a
most graphic account of thu cart'.iquaku of
Arica; ulso finely illustrated, "Kate l'a knian's
Wedding Day," an excellent story, has some
remarkable ssages. Without slopping to
enlarge upon the other articles, we can assure
our readers that the whole number is of supe
rior excellence. Now is tho time to subscribe,
and we are quite sure Unit any one w ho reads
this best of Magazines ouo year will need uo
urging to continue his suliecription so long as
it maintains its present high standrrd. Ad
dress BcuiBNKU ib Co., 054, Broadway, N. Y.
Uerry'i Museum, for October. Contents :
"Saved by a Fiddle." Sir Laeccllcs Wraxall.
"The Fog-bell." A Sca-shoru story. Chus.
The Fuiry Bird." Louisa M. Alcott.
"Tho Ilauuled House." A Truo Story.
Anna M. L. Moseley.
"Breathing Spaces." J. E. McC.
"Rhoda." Mary E. Pratt
"Gruudmother's Childhood." Ellis Gray.
"In Peril." C. II. E.
"Garbon." Caroline M. Ilewins.
"An old-fashioned Fairy Talu." Knave and
Fool. J. II. Ewlng.
"The Story of s Street Urchin." J. F. 0.
"Declamation " . "Puzzle-Drawer."
"Monthly Chat." Terms, $1,50 s year,
ttoaucs B. Kullsk,
14 ttlooinnuld st, Boston,
, The Hon. Francis Gillette,, in .snawer to
several letters from temperance men, asking
his opinion" as to tho duly of prohibl lonisls
lu the presidential canvass, says he will vote
fur Grant The fact that Mr. Greeley Is s self
made man is to Mr. Gillette's mind "a fact ad
verse rather than favorable lo hia pretentions.
Self-made men are too often spoiled in the
making, the work is done so bunglingly, and
turn out to bo miserable abortions, or at best,
magulflr.eut bolches, Andrew Johnson was s
self-made mau uf Ihe most undoubted mold.
The country onght to be satisfied with one
such self-made specimen, of humanity In the
presidential chair, for s generation or two."
Republicans of Aahlabuln, trunt nothliig lo
any apparent apathy of tho Confederates, but
work as though Ihe result of the slritggH de
pended upon your Individual Ifort, and nil
will bo well. This much our friends In other
pnrls of Ihi country expert of u. And W
feel confident that, ns men fu!ly jniprinseit
with the grandness of our cause, and the im
portance of the work suggested, you will not
be found wanting.
CllKKitiwo. The Slalo Republican Execu
tive Commillee at Columbus, have immt cheer
ing advices from nenrly all parts of Ohio. All
the reports show that Di mocralic sgenls are
abroad In strong Democratic counties, doing
tin Ir turnout to gel out their fuil vote. In
somu counties preparations for extensive irreg
ularitiea are reported, but plans have been
perfected for Iheoverihrow oflticse fraudulent
- . -
Tub Iioitsii Diskasu U having an alarming
run iu many portions of thu cust, starling
from Buffalo ami extending lo tho cities of
New York and Brooklyn, and mill further
east to Boston and even II ilil'ax. Wherever
11 has appeared It has spread like a prairie
fire hundreds and thousands' of cases oecur
rlng in a few hours, disabling und untllting
lor service every hoive attacked. The per
centage of death, though heavy, has not been
us heavy as the virulence of ihe distemper
would seem jo warrant. Btifiuess iu.the cities
has been very much. 'crippled and ' impeded.
Broadway, N. Y., generally ulivo with omni
buses, nearly cleared o I' III esc important means
of conveyance, and all sorts ofshills have
been resorted to, to keep business moving by
the delivery of goods at Ihe various depots of
thu city. Oxeu havo been pressed Into the
service, and even men have been compelled lo
luke tho plaou of horses. The disease has
not traveled much in a westerly direction.
Cleveland, It seems to lie reluctantly adaiitlfd,
has been visited, but not iu such a way us lo
creute any considerable alarm. This is thu
nearest point ol approach to us, and this ex
emption of the scotirgo encourages the hope
(hut we may etc ipe. The distemper, more or
less prevalent among horses here ulluded to
last week may or may not bu a mild type of
the disease ; some uf the symptoms are similar
such us running somewhat at thu noso and
coughiug, but they are not stiflicienlly marked
to justify the conclusion that they are Ihe
While (ray Antnmn (.'lids the fruit and leaf.
And (Imll her fairest leptal utirniulits wear
Lo! U'nno. all noWelee, lu hia niig-Uly ahi-af,
liiude up the year 1
' "Tho Sere and Yellow Leaf Business" is
very active and all'eciing about these days,
and our North Park is especially indicalivu of
the revolving seasons of the vernal spring
so recent, and the fulling and gathering au
tumuso forcibly present of summer aud
winter a reminder that gathering days aud
the stealthy strengthening frosts of ago are
carrying us along toward the fulfilment of our
probationary allotment und the rest of the
weary and heavy laden. Happy will it be if
wo come dowu like the shock fully ripe, and
Unit privy conspiracy and rebellion has
brought no spot upon our record, and that
the tomfoolery of Greeleyisin has bad uo pow
er to lead us Irom tho paths of rcc:iiu Jc, right
and loyulty. -
BY T. J. SECOR.
Can as good butter bo made in Ohio as In
New York, or any other Staler Our answer
is, of course there can, if t lie peoplu will ad
here lo a few common sense principles, as
follows: First of all, care should bu taken
that the cows havo good feed and puru w ater.
Secondly, that they should never bo allowed
to ovirheut the blood before milking, and
should be milked regularly and clean. The
milk should tc then set in a place where tho
animal heat will soonest bu exhausted. Not
placing it win re the air has a free circulation
abovu it, as that has a tendency to dry the
cream as it comes to the surface and to the
edges of tho pans, producing white caps or
dried cream, which contains butler thnt can not
bu extracted by any churn I have ever known.
The pans should not bu filled above three in
ches, thu cream should be taken from the
milk as soon as the acid is perceptible, which
will be indicated by a small w hite speck on
tho top. It should be kept iu a cool place
uot exceeding thirty-six hours In Summer, or
forty-eight hours in Winter, and should bu
placed at a temperature of from fifty-eight to
sixty degrees in Summer, and from sixty lo
sixty-six iu Winter, betore churning. It should
then be put in a churn, having a current of
air forced through thu cream, that all thu foul
and rancid g asses may be blowup out. All
who have kept butter iu cellars where tin re
wero any kiuds of decayed vegetables will
testify that butter is very sensitive, and will
take to itself the foul odors that stirr niiul il.
Thu butter should bo washed before removing
from the churn, until the water taken from it
is clear. It should bu known that a brine
made from puru salt and water w ill keep it
butter than one made from buttermilk and salt,
iu spite of the few who still cling to tho old
notion that butler should not bo washed at all.
Now the query is, What churn is best udapt
ed lo the wauls of the farmers and dairymen
ot America ? My answer is thu Eureka, as all
the labor is performed by it. To keep butter
sweet, pack iu a cleau crock or bucket aud af
ter filling it w ithin two inches of the top,
make a brine of four purls of pure water and
ouo purl of salt, pour ou the top and cover
wiih a fine linen cloth that the air may bu ex
eluded. Put la a rool placo. If this method
bu adopted, uo fear need bu entertained but
that as good butler can be made and kept in
Ohio as In Orange couuty, N. Y. orauy other
List or Patents Issued from the United States Pat
ent Office to Ohio Inventors for the week fading
Oct. 1st, 1H7, and bearing that dale. Furnished this
piper y COX & COX, Solicitors of Patuuts, Waaiiiug
ton, D. C.
Cora Planter. William Ulekok. Pharis
burg. CarriHge-curtuiu Fastener. William C. Ship
Whiflloirce Stub. William C. SUiplicrd.
Check Hook-guard for ILiruuss. William C.
Oil Well Pump. Nathan Wcnre. Marietta.
Pruning Shears. Samuel I. Beigh. Repub
Dredge Box. Holmes M. Clark. Toledo.
Machine for Drilling Rock. George B. Phil
Razor Slroo. Henry Croft Springfield.
Rotary Steam Eugiue. J. A. Lauuerl et ttl.
Clcvelaud. . .
Chair. C. M. O'Haro. Hillsborough.
Door and Gule Spring. 8. D. Tullle. Ea
ton. - - ' .
Greeley lint, at last a cliftnue to do,
. . i . a a - :.. i.i :a..
Boiiieiiiinjf. jy iiinii uuwii in i' luriua 01-
lei to sell him an orange orchard, to be
paid for when he is President of the
United Status. ' Tbvte aro jneciaely the
terma on which Greeley's iouihoin
friuiids'issued their bonds Payablo six
months utter the ratification of a trcnty
ot peace with the United Stales, and the
ncknowldgment of the independence of
the southern confoderacy." The philos
opher should accept.. Uo south, Iloraco ;
go south. .
Grant vs. Greeley.
Grant vs. Greeley. "Speech to silver, but silence is golden."—OLD PROVERB.
Orant Is silent !" as a sneer
From tho Liberal crew we hear,
. . While their vaunted Greeley mill
Right ami left praies with a will j
" Bui the till l Iroin nfl aides prove
Deeds, not woMh. the peoplu movo.
If speech be silver, as Ihey v,
. Is uol silence golden, pray X
Onco our Grant at Dom-lson
Mleliried iiiiiny a reliel (run.
Silenced w in Uinf.irtr. e'en then j
Greeley, irji, vt ills longue and pen,
Ciu-k led I hen among the jiccw,
"Lei the wnywnrd o ill peace "
If speech lie silver, ns luey any,
Is not silence golden, pray f
Greeley's tones full oft' swelled high
"On lo Richmond !" Has his cry ;
' .Hut his speech, lo fr-uzy wiought,
Willi iliseomtllure was fraught.
Mule ol lnngiie, but linn of linnd,
Grant with hileiice saved the land.
Il' eh be silver, ns they say,
Is not silence gold..-n, pray 1
Now, while purly plrife runs high,
Which sliall gain tin: victory f
. Grant is silent to explain,
Orci-ley halls i-aeh r.olwny train.
'I'lius each btale declares ilseli . 1
"Put the babbler on the shell !" ' .
If speech be oilver, ns they siy,
Is liol silencj golden, pray f
Ashtabula Market Nov. 1. 1872.
. Dealers tiay fie following I'liccs.
Wiieat-XoI, White (I f
uo-No. 1 lie d 1 es
Conx Shelled M
Do-In the ear S3
Oats, old 40
Oais, new,. 33 to 33
Hi-ttkb ! In a
DtUKI) AiVLKS 5 to 0
l'iiTiToi:r, new 4.-, to 5)
finvn...:. . ..8KI.M1U Paica
Coiin Mkai. per ton WOO
Ciioi'i'rjD Kkko Corn ami onta sn no
Ilollonnv'a Olntmetilnnd l'llle. After nil
other H(ilie.itionatfa'.l, llolloMay'a Oiiitnient ia liar-anii-eil
tti h -al aff'iild'ratuil h-'or any running coro
wtlltont I'.lill or tlniii-ttr. ' In dvpeiiu the P.lla are a
po-ilivo epei-iflc. hold IS .Maiden Lane. N. V. I'rlie
tn cent per pot or hux. Atk for new style J tLe old la
Have Von Keen Iter T A lady who fm the lni-t
five years has buen a lender of fahiun in Near York,
and- who may ho suen twice a week In her cU-gnnt
calvcbe driving a pair of superb ponies in Central Park,
has recently ktatcd. lu the select circle lo which she
belong, that the only article In existence which Im
parts beauty and lustre to the complexion without ul
timately Impairing the tcxtare of tl e skin and causing
it lo collapse and wrinkle, is Uauan's Maoxolia Bai.h.
The name of the distinguished member of the bean
mondu who made this declaration cannot with propriety
be 1,'ivcn, hut It may bo mentioned en paeeanl that she
has spent several years of her life in Europe and Is
familiar with all the arts and preparations employed by
the court beauties of the old world to enhance their
The CoiifenIon of ah In valid. PulilMied
ss a warning aud for the benefit of young men and olh
em. who suffer from Nervous Debility, Lo?s of Man
hood, etc., supplying
TUE JIEANS OF SELF-CURE.
Written bv one who hat enred himt-elf. and sent free
ou receiving a post paid directed envelope.
UUle8, AAlllA.MhL .11 A V F A I It.
Slit?! , - . Brooklyn. N. Y.
To C'oiiMiim ptlYCN. The advertiser, having ht-co
pcnnauently cuicd of that dread disease, C msuirptlon,
by a simple remedy. Is anxious to mike known o his
fellow sufferers tiio means of cure. To all who desire
It, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of
charge,) with the dlrecttuns for preparing and using the
some, which thoy will find a sure Cure for Consumption,
At'hma, Bronchitis, Ac. ;
Parties wishing tho prescription will plcac address
llSW-y Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
1011 Penn Street, Williamsbttrgh. N. Y.
Alllt YOLT KOItVli UHSTI-tl.,. 1.1-,.,
advice, und purchase your Tickets over the old reliable
anu popular ivimaonrl I'uellle ICallroud, which
U innTivEur. the only Line that runs three Dally Kx-
,'t m iibiiib iioiu nt. iHim iu ivau.as vny una me
West I Slid Is. fositivkly. Ihe onlv line wllleli rnoa
PulltiiHli's Palace h!eeoer und Fine llnv I
(eniieriuUn for wrfi) equipped with Miller's Stifrly
ivuform miu tnu -i-ateut Ditam JtraKe, f rom si.
Louis to KiiLsns Clly, Fo.-t Scott, Parsons, Lawrence,
Leavenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph, Nebraska City,
Council Ulnfls, and Umaha without change. For Infor
mation In regard to Timo Tables, rates, tc, to any
point iu .Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas
or California, call upon or address 8. II. Thompson.
Agent, Missouri Pucitlc Railroad, Columbus, Ohio ; or,
E. A. Foui), General Passenger Aguut, St. Loula, Mo.
Aro trouliU to answer Question!
In Phruiouth. Oct. 80th. hv Rev. N. P. fTlmrlnf Mi-
Oiiiiin 1. Bi of Sheltlcld. and Hiss Phldib A.
Im.ij(oI En-t l'ljmoulli.
Ill JerTersnn Oct. 21th. bv Rev. K. C. I": rl r Vr K
E. Wilcox and alias JtNNia L. 1'utu.U's, bo'ih of Gj-
In Austin!)!!-''. Oct. 5!st ' V Rev. 8. W Hi meter llr
Ahtiiuk l. Ta sk aud .M.a iliiiT E. Skinnku, both of
Ill Rum . Oc 21st. bv 1,'ct. F. Miii'lnnnla Mr It n
KKTeiiAM of &1UU so u. aud Misa LaI'ha K-Arnold.
ill Savbrook. rCt. 4th. 1:V Ti. V. Wm Fonte Mr fii.rt
II. OI.asTKU ofCIev laud, and Mlsa Ella L. Kmi.tr.
Annonnements free : Comiuendatorv Notices, half rate
In llartsgrove, O t. S-Ird, L. E. Youjiu, ag d (i7 year
Extraordinary Inducement, to i Bnbcribcr !
500 rages Tor $1.00 i &t r.
Tin1 Publishers ot Scrib iter's Monthlu In their Prr.
Iteci us just irsued, protntse for the ensuing year a more
iiilliuut array of contributors, and au increase in be
vanety auu 111-aiiiv 01 lis 11 ustralloiis. a reailv rnue.l.
ed by the critics 10 be finer Uuu any wuck haveJMa
erto utipr.ared in any other Atnericua mtoaxine."
11. jivu.Anu, mo omiur, win wnie ine serial story ol
the year, which will Uo auiograpiilcul in form, and will
bu illusirated by Miss llnllock. Jt ia eutitled Arthur
lidniacuslle, aud will duti wilk some of iteiuost ilif
calt prolaVana of Amerleau Llle. It will be couiuieucc 1
111 ttw iuteiuner n uuiiicr.
There will bu a new story by Saxi Holm. The One
Iluiir Uahik,Am writer short stories liriw,
will contrihue a characteristic siih v. -iiiJii ti,. A ,;.
of Fullblown, w liich will be Illustrated iu haennanl.
'' wot .., m imicn w, vtitettatuing
papers nlimit Authtirs, titter Jtursunul VhuracUrletio!
Uonu Lfe, families, friends, Wieim, -anti Ways. A
series 01 Puru aits ( sUiing Americsm Writers, U also
CLAttKNci Ooo will write about furniture, and the
Decoration America Uotnes, These papula will lw
eminently practical as well as artiatic, and will be 11.
lusiratod with desigus aui eu-hea by numerous art
ists In addillou tw ihoso mhlch the, writer himself will
Among those who HI contribute are :
Hans AuUerssn, iirmmt, Jlushmlt. fqtjleslon, frotlus,
lliijijintton. Jlltiluip Hantinytm, Bret flarte, John Hay
11. 11. JtatlJtmal't. MtlchM, Miss I'ieliie, Ntedtiian. Slock
tin, SftMurd, Ctlt riiaxttr, Warner, Wilkinson. Airs.
II Itilnty besides a host ol others.
'i he editorial control aud direction or Ihe Magazine
will rcaiiiiu iu the hands of Dr. Holland, who will con
tinue to write "Ths lUqiice of Hi Tims," which Ihe
A. 1. ' jieiulsnt says are more uridely qvutsd than
any slmUar ptipsrs in any America mugatlne,"
Watson l.'iLDt.n wilt write "The Old Cabinet;" as
hitherto, Prol. John (.'. Urappii couducts the Depart
ments or "A'ature and Scirnce." The departments of
"Horns unit. Society" aud ' Cut tare of Proyree." will en
ai;o the contributions of moru than a score of pens on
bulh sldus of the Atlantic. Tho Watchman dtui Ueflecl
or snv "Sirihiicr'e Moiilbly or Heptrinber Is butler
than usual, which indicates a needle. waste of editor
ial braina and publisher's money, for the Magazine was
good enough bcfoie i"
$4.tK) a year, with special rates to Clergymen, Teach
ors. and Post masters.
EX I'ltAOKDlNAItV INDIJCRMKNTO , nnr at in o.n
Pnhlihuis will send, or any Bookseller or Newsdealer
will .supply, the magasine for one year, and the twelve
numbers ol Vols. Ill aud IV., containing the beginning
of Mrs. Ollnhaut's Herisl. 4'At Ilia ji . t,.r sl-. a,i
thu M ig.ixiuu for ouo year, aud the M tack numbers
from thu beginning'; for f 10 60. the Magaiiae for oue
year, aud the tt back iiuiubere bound (4 vols.) charges
on bound vols. paid. This will giva nearly 6U0u pages
of the choicest res ling. Kkh the finest Illustrations, for
$10.60, or nearly au pages Tor a dollar land will euable
every subscriber in obtain Ihe series hum the first.
. bClllBNKK & CO., .- Broailway, N. Y.
(JUYSTAL DOOR l'LATE CO.,
1 Bote Manu'actares ol tho Celebrated
a,t. Sjlypred Crystal Door Plates;
They never tarulah, need no acourlug, one third
Cheaper I hau tbe Old injetal Plalea.
tf"No.' 15 Third Avenuo, New York.U
aud not Prince St,
N. B. State and County Kiohts for Sale.
OOQU AGENTS THBATED MOST LIHEHBLI.Y.
N unusually select line of Pant Pat
terns juat rocoi ved at 1 iso
WAITE & SILL'-.
tli of AprtUhtiia, Ijikm, Ixmtn mnd Cnv-lio, t whirl,
tnif M vmhik nin nri'imrrd in ttirnfh mr yitm
Hh the imjirtred mud iuum(Mniriljr besiillful
Mezzotint Photographs I
(Mrlnrrtb'a Patent and Improved.)
Prof. Powlnr. author uf Html wnrha on Photograph,
wto I- ai-knowlnL-i-d to b "authority," ,aa spaaka in
the ptllilie Journal :
"Horn of ihs oftt. ronnrivat. and moat eharmlna
plrtnrn are Ijrtsitr lirf.ir us that rati be Imairlnrd.
.Mi-r.iilnia" -a ood nam. hnt It done fot rinlaln
all II d '" MlytHl a word of the aiarhle llkr ap.
IMtiraiioi! which 'UMIng'iUhM litem pMurte ram all other
phtftyrnfthM ! '
Kerliatna of these nost el arming " pictures tan
be eeen at mr (Jallerr.
Thie rtl Cart at VUtei, 3.'I0 per los.; or It iri per
I'hni.irr'pSa ana1 Htyle and qnalltr, 13 00 per dim.;
or f.Vi per hair dozen.
ft.rrilft ART tMLLMtY,
yler'aJlNirk. IMI ' AHIITtBI I.V O.
1KADY Hindi- Caimere Suits, nil
V gradus, at the Clothing llonae of J1HS
WA1TK & BllA j.
S. JJrainard's Sons,
803 Knperlor Rtrert, lerrlanil, OIilo,
UkALKWS in 1'iRiioa, Onriia, Mlo-
il'-olis. Slid Vit'leal MerrMnd'-c of a I Devrrlption.
I...-.,,. , . . """" i'"i-i i,ah, ami (with
one e..itlon) the l..K(;Kr Cit:iloj;ue of Musical
Publication- f any house in Am'-rlra.
1 n-y are also (l.ncrs!
Airenia for tbe i-adlna;
Miisicul liiririimf-nls of
t le World, which are a
uionx tlie lollowiiiK
MASON ft IT AM LIN
and ine t.MTED STATES ORGAN.
The above named Iustnmenta w ill be sold at redwd
Trice, and on the most fuvorahle terms of payment on
Monthly liislallin-iils when desired which mode uf
payment is L'cueriilly ai ceptcdas belli:; the ea.lest for
those in modi-rate cirrniustauccs. All Instrumcnta
sold arc fully varranted.
Mr. J. E. Smlih. orcanl-l or Preshvterlan Church, has
one of ihesc orijans in his photovraph (iallery. which
he fully recommends, ami which can be seen and heard
bv those wishing to purchase.
I h ive always a food selection on hand whlth will be
set up in any p-irt of the colour on application, and a
fair chance tie uivi-n lo try before biivinir.
nanus, organs and Melndeons for Hi u'.
BiriT'iins in Second iiaud instruments.
Pianos Tuned, ( leaned, aud Keoalrarf. alui taken
down, set up. or boxed for shipmjut.
GEO. II. FASSETT, Special Aecnt,
11 SI AsbUbuK, t'hio.
IF you find yourself in a hurry and can't
aV wait to have a suit made to order, yon can be well
suited from our Stick of fine Ready-made Coats, Panis
aud Vista. . n.tn
WAITE & SILL.
JTRO0 & AKMSTKONG'S
IOO 3J I XI. 3EJ TBST I
llS-tf For Sale at
SWIFT'S DKUO STORE.
TOTICE. To whom it inny concern.
i.1 We. as a Arm. and as Individuals, have this dav
placed lu thu hands of I. O Fisher. .1. P. all accounts
iiotes. &c. due us and parties are hereby notified thst a
prompt Fctilemcnt Is expected. Your early attention
to this cull will greatly otiligu
DHM. 11. 11. Si E. V. VAN NORMAN.
"VOUcnn't rretaloiii,' williout wrappers
and drawers, and yon can find
the best article the market affords
In onr Stock. 11H0
WAITE & SILL.
New Store ! Neio Goods !
In the New Brick Block of H. F. Moore, on
the west side of Main Street, nearly onnosite the rest
deuce of Henry Kaseett. aud one door North of Oocti r
u. is. an .orcia u s OlUce, may be found the firm of
With a complete slock of
GROCERIES, D0MEH1IC LUY GOODS
conslstlne of a larser variety of ai
cles such as is usnallay kept in a first class storeor this
kind. All of which we oner to the public at tbe lowest
possible rates Tor
CASH, OU READY PAY.
We only ask a call, feeling assured that none will go
away w ithout pnrcbasim.'. M00HB u, MHO.
N. It. All kinds of Produce taken lu exchuage for
BUY Gloves, Mittens, Handkerchiefs,
I.'nen and Paper Dickeys. Collars and Cnffs. Ties,
Scrafs. UttinVr. Saspenders. Enameled Cloth and
Leather Valices. I. turn and Woolen Sbirta. In short,
buy everything In the line of
Cloths, Clothing and Gents' Eurnieh
kt the Clothing Ilnnse cf 1188
WAITE & SILL.
rfi.rrx o. roriD,
Has on linnd a sfood nssnrtmont ot
Ifnrncss of varloas kinds. Heavy and Light. Single and
Double, of the best workm inship aiuj material. lie ia
prepared to fill all orders fur work of any description
lu his line,
X" n.TTrsr l m i
Tie has just laid Ir. a lartro supply of large and medi
um sized Tiaveling Trunks. They aro of various
ntmllties and values, and utlordcd at favorable prices.
The assortment is altogellier thu largest of uuy in Ihe
region. Tee traveling public aro invited to look over
this stock, as tliy cixa hardly fail to find something to
thulrmiml. 1. C. fOHO,
Ashtabula, Sept. S. IR7S. ' luSOtf.
THE OLD CARLISLE TANNERY
piIIS OLD BUSINESS STAND HAS
J- Been purchased by O. Zclle Bro. won w pat
ting It to the best possslblo use in tba
MANUFACTURE OF THE VARIOUS
KINDS OF LEATHER..
To supply this work they are tn want of
HIDES and SKINS,
for which cash at the hlirheal market urlces ta paid.
Their Leather Is of the best quality, a fact thai
Sadlersaud Shoe-makers will realise oa trial, and of ai.
the various aescripuous.
We have also on hand a full a excellent supply of all
the diouraut kinds ol
which will be sold 00 the most reasonable terms,
Olve us a call.
lOW Q. ZE1LB BRO.
Ashtabula Marble Works.
JL HE Subscriber respectfully announces to
the citlsens of Ashtobola County, that having purchased
the interest of J. L. Reeves and Co., in the Marble Head
ness. and havlnir reoleuished with a la ree stock uf sastb
Marble aud band hlone, la prepared to fill all ordet. tor
Monuments, Head Htouea, Tombs, Vaults, CttrbUgaaa
all Cemetery Work, also. Caps and bills, Wales Taala,
Chimney Tops, Ac, and all kinds of Huikllsaf IkHii;
Flagging cut and lal down on abort nolle, and aa low
figures as any other establishment talks Bute. We
shall keep the beat of material, aud with nod work
men aa can be fouud, cauuot be surpassed la our own
work tut style and finish. Please giva aa a oall and see
for yourselves, bhop ou Centre cUrve, one door weal
of J. P. Robertson's bhoe atora. II. UDY. Ja.
I take pleasure In recoumendtsur at r. Vdv to ths peo
ple of Ashtabula and especially those wanting Ceiaetesy
work. M onumenta c, aud liaving engaged my services,
would be pleasei to see all asy old customers who are la
want of work, aud many new ones at the old alaai,
Sept. 10, ltttrj. ttbtS i. U EEEV-.
111 ill I
To I Tax Vprs if A ehlabyta Cmmt
Theamonnt of Tsiea rhsrrsd oa Ihe Inplirate of
Falill o..t). tt ih ar lifjs, and I be rale B the dol
lar valaailoa la Mills, la as follows)
Total Stalo and Connty
Hock Creek Village..
I i f if 1 Ju
i.noj .111 .mi 1.(10 dhu a,jii "J",
J .lUi .an 7.ini 10.00 ii.hi 1.4i ,,1
I .40 iiai 11 ni t.httt t,;
il.en .lu ,i 1 iai lu otl 4.ih M
: lii ami na, t.nKi fat
1 !.( l.or 60 t.si li.isu .(Ki (k-,
L 1 ",' ' t.i 11.111 .iw ut
l.60 .iw .rsi 4u Mm iltn M
I .'J J li, no 4 m.(a, u.tt,i
' f'i m.i s.wul a,
,l.fs(i A), ri.Mi 16 un S.iihu! 44
" I hii is. so 4.Htrf: 14
I"1 MHO 6,74rll VI
.5o n.5o ssii 7 4 b.nn' 11
I s ti ."i n.wi 6.0.1 m.iio 4.viri' in
I MI U'.SI 1.7ilj 44
' "i . it.ai a. tor n
I .11; .1 A .H 4m 4.1.i! ns
l ll .III M . SMI IS IW 4.11s,, 7
M l .-si ! .10 S iai IMo ll.llll (A
. . ' . ' 8.00 W ".A rS
1(0 .OB 1 41, S 1 IK lo 4.IM Mi
1 -lb t in 11.00 4. IHm! 51
.'si .BO Xk); tun 11.11 6 .hid (at
leu, ! .Hoi 11 4.tc 41
;i.0j 1.10 .do s.iai iganj s.rit yn
I Wl .an 1.10 iu ii m.km ns
M 1.61, Jin S IH.rul S.-iX is
I "11 .70 .60. Sun It.sii 4.SH0 4
j I-8"' .! ti ll.ro 4.0NI 67
'I'" .10: S.HU IS. Ill; 4.1171 7
;tAl .61) (,.(! x SO, 4.01 7
I"1 ! S.1U U S01 4.S74 M
State Common school
Township. Cemetery and Town nail..
Town. nip Itoad
Special do and Bridge
I'oial iaxes for all pjrpoavs. ... . . ..
.... iH& as
... ,;m 10
And notice Is hereby given that I will attend at tha
Treasurer's office for the receipt of taxes until the nh
of December. 8. T. Fullsr.Oo. Treas.
3D. V. HASKELL.
I take pleasure in informing, my
numerous patrons Hint I am
receiving a very large
at much re
duced Prices, as tliey
were liousUt for CASH sinca
the recent decline. Please examine.
D. W. HASKELL.
Receiving dally ceaaUfal Urn of
In OTTOMAN, LAST WASHINGTON,
Ac, boaght ta tha Auction Boom, at
Price rstr below their Talne,
CANTON FLANNELS, '
&c, etc., Ac,
In great vriely of Qualities and rrices.
ID. AV. HASKELL.
. Received this day
PRINTS, Ac., &e.
Doal fall to aa trass assarts before purchasing. Too
will certainly ad prieas ial ktviut inaa uaaally told
In Ihla otarkei.
D. W. HASKELL.
p Al'S ol all kind, Cloth, Knit, I5ever
riusn, c.t sc., may be round in our mock.
! WAITE & BILL.
NKW UltOt'KKV DTOBKII
W I SUES TO INFORM HIS
Priends and Public generally, that, since pur
chasing te property lately occupied by J. H. Sinclair
he has re tired and fitted it up for a general Grocery
Store, an has ailed It with a choice stock of
And respectfully invites the Pnhlle to rail and aet hia
goods before purchaslngclaewhere.
Be has also on hand tbe largsst and best assortment of
C A X D I E S
4 anywhere in town. TI
this branch of bis baslne
hat em be fonnd anywhere In town. Tie gives partita
lar attention to this branch of bis business, and sells a
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
A CHOICE LOT OP
Cove and Spiced Oysters,
Lobsters and Sardines.
Call and see for yourselves. W. EEDHEAC
Aatitabula. Jan. 4, lb7. mm
New Machine Shop.
TlIE Undcrsifrnpil liave entered into
Co partnership In the Machinery Business, and hava
opened their bhop in the South Koom of
Where they will be pleased to receive calls from all tneb
as may wish for work lu their line.
They are both experienced Machinist, and have been
in the employ of the celebrated Boomer Bridge Worka
of Chicago for a number of veers. Thev will do their
work promptly and lo the entire satisfaction of their
patrons. They are competent tn build or repair any
thing in the form of an E: glue. Please cive them a call
11TU bANDElUJON WIRB.
Ashtabula. Jnne . 187s.
CHEAP Capsitnerea, Medium Priced
Cassimeres. and Fine Casslmerea,
The Best American, English, French,
and German Jlakes,
for the Fall and Winter trade arc on oar Counters await
ing Impectlon. Believing the
t j be the
we hnve pnirhftfted and are well prepared to make ear
tnent, f mm the f(limiu hrandV of Broadclothi aid
Dfrexkins. Hilffer rothL, Wafer's Hockhecker,a
and Kchnahle : aim ieTonthire Kerney and Kdredons
In all the dwirable hd, aa well a German lJUgonai
and raisin Lined Worea-d-, Onr line of
Is very saperior to correspond to the goods enumerated
WAITE & SILL.
TROX CLAD PAINT.
IRON GLAD PAINT CO.,
This Campany Is owner of and aBarmfjctnrcs under
Wm. Ureen's several p items, and is the only company
ia the world that makes uaint front pure, hard Lake Su-
Krior Iron Ore, sadt as ia used tu furnaces for maklug
t"Thsi Host MSirmkil. Moat Fir Proof. Most
Water l'rusf, Mont Durable and most Useful falut
ALL'S PATENT IIUSKINQ GLOVES.
1 hCV Sri! tVl Srv bnt tbtnir lnva.ntr.Jk S ka-
tngCo'rn. They tve uulveraal aatlelaclloH.
a uiHn w uies ii'mu oiie-inra 10 ooe.aau luster wits,
them. They absolutely prevent -ire ut euld bands.
The Half Gloves cover the parts uf the hands which
asiully become sore. Prlco 91, I. The Pall
Ulovesars made of nest uuued mill and buckskia.
Price, S4.S0. Bulb alyles luvo cw alUcbed. and
are made in thru alma, large, medium aad small, fop
both right and bit bsuclwt uckohs. Hem. prepaid, on
receipt of price. Fo,- sal Iv dealer generally. Ad'
drees HALL tlCHlUNU tiLOV- CO., 1 bomb Cllnlon.
Bireet, Cblesgo, tlu
PATENT REVERSIBLE BOQT-ttEELS.
These Heels are designed to entirely counteract tho
exueurive and annoying habit or runuirg ihe HeeU)
dowu. They can be attached to any Bool, or Bhnaia,
new or old, whether worn by men. women 01 ehildrean
By their nae the heels are kept straight, tb auklea ar
str ii''hei.ed, repairs saved, neatness eecared. aad
durability of boots greatly increased. Trv a pair, and
you will never do w ithout them. Manufactured solely
by the KKVKHSIBLK lllX'-IIEKI. CO., of Frovk
dence. R. I., and for sale b 6k Deal r generally.
Caps, Capes A Torches.
Send for Illusirated Circular and,
CUNNINGHAM Jt HILL.
QUUE FOR JNTKMPEUANCJ&
Dr. HENFT HOLLAND'S INEBRIATI FOW
DRRH wlH cure drunkenuewa and all lov or deir fcv
luloxlwttl:iK llguonf. Can h admiitUUred, If necea
Miry, without the knowldy uf Uie perv-oa. In ala.
wuie, ivm, oranr niner Deverage. mp uy rmii or JU-
press, to any part of hi I'nlied States, npou reeelnt of
iirice per box. (1. Prinrlpal depot, S Front St., Mew ,
York, aud fo sale by all Druggists
KJ. VAIB iu.
T)U. FR EASE'S
Water Cure Establishment
For tb treatment of Ctrennt aad Pesaass diseases, la
st MansSeld, Ohio, rWud for Circqlas .
stnAA Aaraata Waattrd.- SsaiaW Nat
isvsvrvr aisll, with uruia lu deaf fro a lo (ISM
day. Two entirely new artistes, salable as (var.
dress N. II. WH1TK. Kewa'h. .
ACKNT Wan teat.-AgeuU -ska Bior aioaey at
work for na tiiaa aa aayiaHssj lae. BnrfBes Mrs
and permanent, fartlcalarsfree. U. oTliioVfl A V.
If- Art iUUlecs, I'or.lsud, Malue.
m F V