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JCROSBY & WETHER WAX,
.H.AVE been adding largely to thei
atock, and now present a very complete variety
goods io their line, such as
IRON, NAILS. SHELF GOODS, & CTTLEIiY
. COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
virions paterae Eastern and Western mates
AXELS, SPRINGS, HUBS, rurLX-c
ntko, r1rin'c Trimmiuirs,
FARMING & GARDEN UTENSILS ALL KINDS
Faints, Oils 6? Varnishes,
Paint and Whitewash a variety.
GLASS GLASSWARE, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS I
Also, a full stock ol
TIN TV A It K.
Having an experienced workman, special attcn
tion is paia to
m us.. T?iwfl fitt Smoke Piue
rnTring o7aS ksat the shop, or
outside", in mattcra of Pumps, Pipes, &c.
Prompt attention to orders, with as ood I work
and as tavoraoie pri.c - --j
A shtabnla. April. 1671. Opposite Fisk House
THE BLISS GARDEN FOR SALE.
TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT &
J. eood nume, just fuqunc mo FvK.
. . 1 unrl l,.lr flip PtllirKHlfHIH
tebniaana mi - , t ,
, i, f I ir. ht., miliar 111, 1
splenaia garueu o . -
cultivation and full of the choicest truit, witn good
, i n uiiikHititrs in iMtri reiiair: alsu. well.
ouu .,u......... - ' '
cistern, and spring of never failing water, with
three eood pumps. The sprius is ei;;ut leet square
wall laid in cement, ana 1T0 rods of tile drain on
the place. It has tafcen the hret premium for
eicht or ten years, without exception, and will be
raid verycheap, withtlOOUrunwngoneyear.if de-
aired Aiso, ft-- - -
household goods. Situated a little southwest of
the borough limits on the uouna neaa roaa
known as the Bliss property.
Ashtabula, Jan. 1 1813- 12"
TTrTfNG CARDS equal to the
V Conner Piste, and on the finest Bristol
Board Cards, at the TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Splendid Country Residence
rpHE residence of the late Rev.
I r D.,u .tnnlpll in SllvhrOOlC. OD the
H d UU-" xj.i, j - -
North Ridge road, one mile from the Depot of
Churches and School house. It embraces thirty
five acres of choice land.
The buildings are new and in complete repair
laree and elegantly noisued house surrounded by
beautiful grounds, plentifully supplied with orna
mental trees and shrubbery ; line uarn with cellar
stable: young orchard of three acres of choice
'nKia 7- vmi-v riesirable Droaertv. and will
fee sold very low to settle the estate. Enquire of
Gm-KTTK, at D. W. Haskell's, Ashtabula, o.
To Whom It May Concern :
X TAKE this opportunity of saying
my patrons and friends that having left Ashta
bula, A aesire a spceuj ,cincuKiui vv...,
and to invite all to call npon 1. O. Fisher, Esq.,
who has in his hands all my books of account, and
will give due attention to the business. Express
ing the hope that the same promptness and atten
tion that has characterized your deal with me in
the past may be continued, I am as ever,
238 Yours, O. B. MOSS.
Manufacturer's Loan Asxoclation.
n HE AN N UAL MEiL i'iJS G of the
J- Stockholders of this Association .for the
election of officers, will be held in the Ashtabula
fialional Bank rooms, Monday, January bib, at 1
" J. SUM. bLYTH, Cashier.
Ashtabula, Dec. 4th, ltfi3.- iai
HE STOCKHOLDERS of the
JL ASHTABULA NATIONAL BANK, will hold
their Animal Meeting tor the election ol omcerstt
their Kunfring otnee, xuesoay, dan. id, at i r . a.
J. SUM. BLYTH, Cashier.
Ashtabula, Dec. 4th, 1ST8 lata
THE Stockholders of the SILAS C,
X SMITH IRON MINING CO. will hold their
annual meeting at their ofhee at Sharpsville, Mer
cer County, Pa., on the hrst Monaay ol January,
1874, beiug the 5th day of the month, at 11 o'clock,
a. M., for the purpose of electing Directors for the
enBuing year, and for thetransaction of other bus
iness. JAMES PIERCE, Pres.
Sharpsville, Pa., Nov. Ti "i3. D. asmew, Sec'y
Williamson & watrous
respectfully announce to the citizens of Ashtabula
and surrounding country that they are prepared at
ail times to make to order
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS,
and keep constantly on hand a good assortment
of goods in their line, all made ol the
and put together in the BEST STYLE of workman
ship. Those wishing anything in our line will do
well to give us a call. We think that we can sat
afy in si.yieaudpr.ee. Hoping by strict atten
tion to busiuessand fair honest dealing with all,
to merit a share of your patronage, we remain
W. H. WnxiAasoN, W. K. Watbocs.
.A.LL persons are hereby warned
against taking or removing any Sand or Gravel
from the premises of the Subscriber, from and
af cer thi& date, without first payiDg for the same.
H. HLiBliARD & CO.
Ashtabula. June 6, 1873. lifitt.tf
Cheap Night and Day
ThE Subscriber has just opened a
Store at the Station, in the new building erected
on the Rogers' Corner, where may be found at all
times, a supply of Grain Corn, Oats. Meal, te.
Also, a stock of
Embracing all needful supplies for family nse, of
the choicest and best qualities, and and all new
frAlso a Stock of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
It is the intention of the subscriber to be up
with the times in the excellence of his goods, and
the low figure at which they will be offered to the
Ashtabula, Feb. 18; 1206 N. S. HUMPHREY.
Aaalcnces' Notice of Appointment.
In the District Court of the Uni
ted States for the Northwestern District of Ohio
in the matter of Horace F. Giuiiings. Bankrupt
TO whom U may concern: The undersiirned
heregy gives notice of his appoint rueut is Atiiliee
ot Horace F. GiddingHOf AHhtabula. in the Coun
ty of Ashtabula and State of Ohio, within said dis
trict, who has been adjudged a Bankrupton credit
or's petition by the District Court of aid District.
Dated this 2uth day of December. 1K73.
J. SUM. BLYTH, Assignee.
Sherman & Hall, Att'ys- StlK
DRUGS, Patent Medicines, Per
fumes Soaps, Wines and Liquors for medicinal pur
poses. Fancy and Toilet Goods,, stationery,
Tarnishes, Brushes, &c, at
D. D. MATTESON'S
Opposite Ashtabula House, Ashtabula, O. 1-44
EXCHANGE. The subscriber has
acouple o' Crosby's Fawnwo Mills that he wish
as to dispose of, and would take either monev,
wood, or building lumber. Those in want of" a
Ma thin eonld maka a favorabja arrer?erant,
IHBJM, 19, 'W, HiJ . $. WWW.
Commences the present year
Enlarged and Improved
We have spared no expense or labor to make it
THE LARGEST AND
IN THE STATE,
The TELEGRAPH has now the
of any papei in Ashtabula Co. which renders it
The Best Advertising Medium.
NEW POWEPw PRESS
AND NEW MATERIAL
the Mechanical Department.! greatly improved
Department still beara Is former reputation a
being the BEST and CHEAPEST place
in Ashtabula County.
FINE WORK and LOW PRICES
WIN THE DAY.
JAS. REED & SON,
Cor. mala A ftprlDg; St., Ashtabula,
B : g i
Great Reduction !
Florence sewing Machine
v S4S.OO cash :
For particulars call on or address
12431 f Park St., near Centre St., Aehtabula, O
The Ever Reliable Siniier
Sold on the most accommodating term:, by
uona co. u.
Sawing, Planing & Matclitng,
THE undersigned having purchased
t he machinery formerly used by E. A Hitch
cock, can be found at the old stand, at Centre St.
R. K. croBsini;.
ALL KINDS OF PLANING, MATCH
ING, SAWING, ETC., '
will be doue with promptness, and at fair living
rates. ir.ttii n. l,. n cnn.
Jf .XTXj o. ford,
XlAS on hand a good assortment ot
Harness of various kinds. Heavy and Light, Sin
gle aDd Double, of the best workmausniu and ma
terial. He is prepared to nil ail orders for work
of any description in nis line.
He has lust laid in a large supply of large and
meuiuin sized Traveling lrunKtt. 1 uey are 01 va
rious Qualities and values, and afforded at iavor
able prices. Tne vasortment is altogether the
largest of any in the region. Tte traveling public
are invited to look over tuis biock, as tncy .can
hardly laii to Hud someuune totneirmma.
AshUbnia. Sept. 22. lf72. Ji30tf.
G. E. HUTCHINSON,
144 Bapnlor Bk, CbraUad, O.
Newspaper Advertising Agent
JOHNSON'S PRINTING INK8,M
BraaM aa Priatsn fmallal Mis esrsU,
NO SHODDY !
COTTON, or WASTE I
Woolen .Cassimeres, .
FLANNELS & YARNS
ironrsr tt aydemi
Port Byron, Cayuga Co., N. Y.
For Sale by
D. W. HASKELL,
October 2lBt 1813. 6mo. 1242
CALL AND SEE
FINE STOCK OF FPRNITURE.
"CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD."
HAVING a complete outfit for
carrying on this branch pf the business,
w fopl cnntident that we can ?ive satisfaction to
those having need of the services of an Undertak
er, if tuey wui entrusus wiiu tneir uusiuuss.
J. S. BEACH. P. D. DOTY.
Ashtabula.ilarch 30. 1872. 1160
LIVERPOOL & LONDON &
GLOBE INS. 00.
Total Asset, Gou, 120,000,000,
Aooot In the United States, held bv
the Directors in New York 3.940.000.00
All Shareholders personally responsible lor tne
engagements or tne uompany.
Xtiii J. bt'M. BLTTH. Aehtabula,
Kiln-dried, All Pine Doors
$1.75 to $3.25
J. HE Subscriber, being convinced of
the necessity of a low priced door, has made ar
rangements to furnish them at the above
Astonishing Low Prices,
And all other goods in his line in the same ratio.
Small Profits & Large Sales
Is mv motto in the future. A laree stock of Sash,
Hand, and Doort cnntanuy ou nana, over
One Iliiurirud diliureut varieties
of MouliliiiL's. Scroll Sawing done on short
notice, and WAKKANTED TO 01 VK SATISFAC
TION. A Large Stork of
Michigan Pine on hand.
Also large stock of Siding, Ceiling and
FLO ODFtinxro ,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Call and see before yon buy, as I am dclotmind
to make It an object for the people to buy of me.
Office and Mill opposite Chnrrh Park. Main St.
Ashlabula. l Q. C. CULLKV.
MRS. WM.GILJIAN, o.os!tetli(;
Pi.lc flnnxe. Aflilnbiila O., would ro.pect-
rully annouuee to the Indies of this vicinity, that
i- . .....,, ,...,1 ti, .In in rim hi'iit Htvlc. all klndx
of work In hair. "h ns IIKAIDINU. CU1U.INU,
iMAKINO SWITCH 1-.S. 4C, c.
LADIES' I1A1H WANTED,
for which the highest prlc. will be paid V-7 , . lit
will compare well with any city work Ur
ptieei tr far hi...
Coward Coward. and Cowherd.
Tit .iii:'.nvl et-,i S. S. Cox an
Cieii. iiawiev, iifthe 1 louse, on Fri
day, recalls the notable quarrel be
tween Brutus ami Cussius, in the
tent of the former, lmitus had been
acousiiir; Cassins of bribery, and
bein eni;ajed, likeTted, m sellin
offices fur cold to undeservers. At
last the two grow very irascible, am:
the following Dointed ronversation
Jirutus You say yon are a better
soldier. Let it apiear so; make your
vaunting true, and it shall please me
well. For mv own part, i shall be
srlad to learn of noble men.
Cactus lou wrong me in everv
way von wrong me Brutus.
said an elder soldier, not a better.
Did I say better?
Urutus If vou did I care not.
Cassius W hen Caesar lived, he
durst not thus have moved me.
Brutus Peace, peace; vou durst
not so have tempted him.
Cassiu I durst not?
Cassius "What? Durst not tempt
Urutus For vou r life vou durst
Cassius Do not presume to nine
upon my love. I may do that I shall
be sorry for.
It will be observed that the quar
rel in this case turned upon the use
of a word. In the case of Cassius
Cox and Brutus Hawley, a single let
ter caused all the trouble and filled
the House with the warlike diu of
the combatauts. Cassius Cox ha
charsred Connecticut men with hav
ino- cowered before Spain. Brutus
H.iwlev. beinp- a Connecticuter, mi
derstood Cassins Cox to say he was
coward. In vain Cassius Cox insist
ed that it was cowered with an "e
Brutus Hawlev would have it toward
with an"a:" and neither would ac
cept 'the conciliatory offer of Mr. Gar-
Tield to nave it cowiien it"
Brutus Hawley was all- fight; Cas
sius Cox wouldn't ficht at all. Bru
tns TlWlcv was ready to spill his
blood for an "a;" Cassius Cox would
not lose a drop for an "e." At la;
Brutus Ilawlev's noble rage cooled
down when he became convinced it
was not an "a," and the two fuming
and fussy warriors became friends.
We confess, however, that we are
unable to apprciate the nice meta
physical distinction upon which they
settled their trnevance. eDsier ae
fines coward with an "a," as follows
Coward 1. A person who lacks
couras-e io meet danger; a timid or
pusillanimous man: a poltroon.
2 (her). A lion borne to escutch
eon witn nis tail uouoiea oeiweeu
... , . , I 1 1 J 1. A
ihe same author dehnes cowered
with an "e," as follows:
Cower. To sink by bending the
knee; to crouch; to squat; to bend
down through fear.
Now, we submit that to sink by
bending the knee before bpam; to
crouch before Spain; to squat before
Spain; to bend down through tears
before Spain is iust as bad as to be
a lion with his tail doubled between
his legs, or a pusillanimous man, or
a poltroon. In fact, the two words
are intimately related. When a dog
cowers, with an "e, he always puts
his tail between his legs, like the
coward with an "a," lion. The
dictionary, therefore, leaves us in a
quandary as to the exact manner in
which the combatants settled their
grievances, w e can readily unuer
stand how iirutas and Uassius could
get by the ears over two words hav
ing ditiereut meanings, and settle
and embrace each other when the
mistake was explained; but how
these two bloodless heroes could
squabble over two letters and be
come reconciled to each other, when
the difference between two letter
was only the difference between a
dog and a lion with their tails be
tween their legs, is a conundrum
which we give up at once.
The "Good Old Times."
From the Cincinnati GAZETTE.
We learn from the Pall Mall Ga
zette that an agreeable relic of "the
good old times has lately been dis
covered by a German paper in the
shape of a bill of charges submitted by
an executioner at iionn to the au
thorities of Cologne in 1688. The
following are a few of the items con
templated in his estimate:
"io quartering by means ot tour
horses, 8 thalers.
"To beheading and burning, 8
"To strangling and burning, 6
"To breaking on the wheel alive,
"To burning alive, 6 thalers.
"To beheading and fastening the
body to the wheel, 6 thalers.
"To beheading, 4
after cutting off
the hand, 5 thalers.
"Io cutting off a hand or two fin
gers, 1 thaler.
"1 earing with red hot pincers to
be paid tor at so much a gripe.
"Drowning or burying alive not be
ing usual in these parts, the execu
tioner will, in the event of such ex
ecution being required, ask as much
as tor beheading and fastening to
the wheel, namely, 6 .halcrs.
io iasieniug iite screws on me
thumbs and legs, and drivng the
same, 6 thalers for the first quarter
of an hour; and for every subsequent
hour, 1 thaler.
'The executioner reserves the
ht of afterward receiving what
may be fairly due to him for his
trouble in setting limbs to rights
TUc colored orator's ungloved Initialing
ol tuu ConlfderatB eifrYicp Prfsiilent in
dubale in the Houne, lust week, aptl his
snuffing out of the Virginia member Mr,
Harris attracts so much attention and in
terest, that we are induced to give the re
port of the proceeiliiif,', embracing that
scene, us a little more satisfactory than the
abstract we made of it last week. It is as
Mr. Elliott, (colored) addressed
the House in advocacy of the Sup
plementary Civil nights bill, read
ing his speech from manuscript, with
a very lino delivery.
lie referred to the services of tho
men of his race on the battle fields
of the country in the late war and
the war of 1812. lie reminded the
gentleman from Kentucky (Beck),
who was always so active against
the negro, that in 1HU1 the negro,
true to that patriotism and love of
ountry whlh 1ad. pver character;
icd and marked his hiwtory on this
ontint'iit, came to tho aid of the
lovcrnnicnt in its efforts to main
tain the Constitution. To that Gov-
rnuieut the negro now appealed,
nd that Constitution he now in
voked for protection against the out-
ageoiis unit unjust prejudice tound-
1 on caste. Keplytiig to tho argu
ment of Mr. Stephens, of Georgia,
.Mr. Elliott contended that Congress
had tuidur the fourteenth gndDlf-
tion complete power to pass th
law and to protect all citizens of the
country m all their rights. He uis
cussed the doctrine of the decision
of the Supreme Court in the New
Orleans slaughter cases, and asked
the gentleman from Georgia, Mr.
Stephens, whether they gave color
even to the claim that Congress can
not legislate against the plain dis
crimination made by State laws an
State customs against that very race
for whose complete freedom aud pro
tection those great amendments to
the Constitution were elaborated
and adopted? It could not be pre
teuded that the evils of which the
colored people complained, their ex
clusion from the public iun, from the
sleeping car on the railroad and
from the right of sepulture, were the
exercises of the police powers of th
State. These things are a denial of
the equal protection of the law:
which those Constitutional amend
ments were formed to guard against
He shared the teehngsot high per
sonal regard which pervaded the
House in respect to the gentleman
from Georgia (Stephens), but when
that gentleman lent his voice and in
fluence to defeat this measure, h
(Elliott) would not shrink from say
ing that it was not from him, (Ste
phens) that an American House of
.Representatives would take lessons
in matteas touching human right:
No consideration should restrain him
from saving that that gentlema
now offered to the Governmen
which he had doue his utmost to de
Stroy, a very poor return for its mag
nanimity in coming here ana seesin
to continue, by assertion of doctrines
obnoxious to the true principals of
government, burdens of opj ression
which rested on those who had nev
er failed to pray for the success of
the Government which that gentle
man had sought to blot out from the
galaxy of nations. Applause from
the floors and m the galanes, which
were filled with colored people.
It was scarcely twelve years since
that gentleman had shocked the civ
ilized world by announcing as th
highest form of government the one
that rested on human slavery. The
progress of time had swept away
that pseudo government aud the race
which he (Stephens) ruthless
spumed and trampled upon, was
here now to meet him m discussion
to demand that the rights enjoyed
by its former oppressors should be
accorded to those, who, even in the
darkness of slavery, had kept their
allegiance true to freedom aud un
ion. That gentleman had learned
much since 18(51, but ne was sua a
learner. He (Stephens) should put
away entirely, those false and fatal
theories which have marred his oth
erwise enviable record. He should
accept in its fullness, the great doc
trine that American citizenship car
ries with it every civil and political
right that manhood can conter. He
should lend his influence and his
masterly ability to complete the pro
found structure of legislation which
made the nation worthy of the great
declaration which heralded its birth
Let him do that and he would have
done that which would most certain
ly redeem his reputation, in the
world, and best vindicate the wis
dom of that policy which had per
mitted him to return to his seat in
As to. the gentlemen from Virgin
ia (Harris) yesterday transcended
decency and propriety, he (Eliott)
should have no words with him,
He would let the gentleman feel
that a negro was not only too mag
nanimous to smite him in his weak
ness, but was even charitable enough
to grant him the mercy ol his si
lence. Applause and Laughter.
The Holy Scriptures told of an hum
ble handmaiden who had long and
faithfully gleaned in the rich fields
of her wealthy kinsman, and that at
last in spite ot her humble antece
dents she found complete favor in
his sight. So with his race; it had
for two centuries reaped down their
fields; theories and woes which they
had uttered had entered into the
ears of the Lord God of the Sabbath
and they were at last politically free,
1 he last vesture, civil rights only
11 T T 1 .1
was needed. Having gainea mai
they might with hearts overflowing
with gratitude and thanktm that
their prayer had been granted, re
peat the prayer of Iiuth, "Entreat
me not to leave thee, or to turn
from following after thee, for whith
er thou goest 1 will go and where
thou lodgest 1 will lodge, my peo
pie 6halt be my people and thy God
my God. Where thou diest I will
die. and there will i be bunea. ine
Lord do so to me and more also if
ought, but death part thee and
The speech was listened to with
marked interest and attention bv
the members on both sides of the
House, and by crowded galleries,
and at its close was very generally
and loudly applauded. JVlany
members congratulated the colored
orator warmly, and General Slier
man, who was present in the hall,
joined in those congratulations.
A Young Pompeii in California
California boasts a Pompeii on a
small scale. It is the town of Mead
ow Lake, on the Sierra Nevada range
8,000 feet above the level of th sea
The spot on which it is situated is
full of gold, anq m 1865 there was a
great rush thither, 1,200,000 feet of
and being taken up in the summer of
that year. By spring, the next year,
the Californians had become perfectly
wild over the golden prospect of the
region, and during May aud June not
jess mun 4,uuu people rouna their
way up there, and roal estate went
up like'a kit4 siity by 'eighty lots
bringing from $1,000 to $2,500. A
stock board was formed, and the
bulls and boars matlo tho wilderness
hideous with the bidding for the va
nous companies. Over $3,000,000
was siient on those rocks, which nev
er yielded more than $100,000 though
they were full of gold, and a town of
000 houses was built. Ihe trouble
was with the ore, in which there was
some substance that would not yield
to the usual process, aud in addition
the snow w:ls not uiifmiiicntly 25
et deep on a level, terrible storms
icing common as late as June. -All
once tlit pnoplo siuv that nature
tad played an awful practical joke
in them, and they abandoned
he town so precipitately that a recent
lsitor there walking on snow-shoes
through the streets on a level with
the second stories, looking into will
ows, saw the furniture standing just
is the occupants last used it.
Liquid Gi.ve, If one part of su
gar is dissolved in throo parts of
water digested with one fourth part
calcium hydrate, the resulting
niid will readily dissolve glue
and the solution vvill remain fluid on
ooling without having lost any of
its adhesive properties.
A Parlor Match PoPDlnor
1 5 OCT., Double Meed, 5 Stop Or
ean nrariv nca and In fine order. Cost, $226. will
be told for 150 t at in cash and balance in small
montnir p-mm-nti. F. C. r ASSETS.
Seromt-lund pianos for rent, inonire of
lawtr f. c. fassett.
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PROSPECTUS FOR 1874.
The comins vear promises to be the most event-
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engrossed and divided the public mind during tbe
paot incuif yeurs, are rapiuiy passing away, ana
we una growing up in amerent parts of the coun
try a party called by various names in California
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JW MANlf AOiATlOji OF .PUBLIC SENTI-
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1st. That old party organizations are et sentiallv
corrupt and fraudalent. Having no longer any
principles io carry into enact, tney nave become
mere business enterprises, making a show of op
position to each other, but really sbaring in the
proceeds of profligate and dishonest legislation.
To suppose that any healthful reform can flow from
the pretended erTorts of these worn-out anrt dnmnr-
aiized partnerships is altogether vain and illusory.
Slid. That the tariff system now in vogue is
cunning device to rob the many for the benefit of
the few. aud that its enect is to cause farm nrod-
nets to exchange for about one half the auantitr
ui iureiu ur pruieciea gooas tney would other
3d. That railroads cannot exact mora than a fair
rate of interest on the capital actually invested
in mem, ana mat wnen in aaditon to tola, tney
claim dividends on watered stock and fraudulent
bonds, the State may rightfully interfere for the
protection of tbe people ; that nnjaat! discrimina
lions between different localities are in violation
ot law and should be prohibited.
4th. That subsidies or bounties of monev. land
or public credit to railway, steamshin. or other
corporations, are flagrant abuses of the powers of
guvCTuuieui, icaugui. w i ui uie gravest aangers to
tne people, ana tending to promote corruption,
extravagance, speculation, ana financial disaster.
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1453 Chicago, 111.
Are a modern stove Are better, because
polish far better than ().'' they give a liner gloss
any other lu existence than auy other poiisn
C O M F O It T
Yield a brilliant, silvery sheen, with less than hall
the labor reuuired when otuer pousnes are used.
C R U M li S
Arc a i) oat and cleanly IVhu be used evin in
article, mukimno dirt (J V the parlor iihout the
nor dtiAt whtMi nmHl - trouble of reuiovinv
C O M F O RT
furniture or camets.
Has no dlsagreable sulphurous or strong acid smell
when prepared fur use, but are pleasant harmless
C R U M US
Are pnt up in neat style
In each box are 19
Rtlcke : 1 -tick It tuil-
and in a form more OP
couvenient for uee than flcirnt for any Move,
any other politth. thus all wate la saved.
C O M FORT
Are tho cheapest polish In the market, because one
box at 10 cents will polinh as much surfice as as
cent's worth of tho old polishes.
V R U M 1J S
Have Inst taken the In competition with
prenk at the Indl- OF several of the best of
uapoiis expusiiiou. - mo uiu siove pousnus
C O M F O RT
Buy Crumbs of Comfort of yonr store keener.
ho liasthcm, or will procure them for you ; if ut
1 us ona dollar, your name, arid tho name of
your nearest express station, and we will scntl you
but es, and samples of llarlluu's Ulacklng.and
i'eiirl Blueing, fret- of cost.
Crumbs or Comfoht ran he had of all Wholesale
Oroct-rs and dealurs In the United Stales, and Re
tail thorn the moat profitable, from the fact that
they are lbs fastest selling artlch-s In market.
H. A. BlRTLETT A CO..
118 JfotiA fYon! St, WatMrAM,
RENCII & WEIULEN Mannf.ie-
tnrersft Dealers in I. MATIIIiB te. FI.MIV
ltaSin the Hollow, opposite PhoMiix Fonndry,
Main street, Ashtaluila. Ohio.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES. PELTS & CAI.P
Just received, and now for -Oc as good an s-Miri.--
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
as can be found in any Western Market, and
whicii widbe sold on the most reasonable terms.
I hope to make nan object for Hoot and Shoe, ami
Harness Maimlacturers in the vicinity, to favur ine
with their patronage, fcaliug satisfied that I can
sell them everything needed in their business as
cheap as can be found in Cleveland, or eveu the
Eastern Markets, thereby saving freight and travel
ing expenses, and lose of time.
All are cordiallv invited to call and examine my
siuc before purchasing elsewhere. Confident tliat
I can maki it for your interest to buy in this
market I shall take pleasure in seeing my old
friends and the public, and showing them my
stock. Below, I give j p inial list of articles :
Spanish and slaughter, sole, upper and harness
Leather: Spanish aud slaughter kip; French call
and kip ; oak aiir ui-niiiKk caif aud kip: collar
leather and horse hiiles men's and women's mo
rocco ; band and lathi- leather linings, bindings,
topping and russets.
Lasts, pegs, thread, webb. Packard's Ink, iron and
aim nails, round head tucks, bristles, awls, ham
mers, pincers, sund stones, rasps, knives ioats,
size sticks, and strap-, boot trees, shoe laces,
punches lasting irons, eyelets, eyelet sets, stitcb
wheels. stitch-markers, iteel shaves, edgt" planes,
strip awls, welt knives, eristic, heel ball, stitciiing
cord, lasting tacks, heel and toe plates, boot black
ing, boot brushes, han.ess oils, and all kinds of
finishing Irons, etc. etc.
Ashtabula 1H71. ntl
Business Men Ladies shopping and
EVERY ONE VISITING CLEVE
LAND will flna it to their advantage to
TAKE TniEB DINNER OR A LUNCn AT
Numsen & ..Whitney's
LADIES DIN INO ROOMS.
Neat, quiet, tlit-clu8 and the
MOST CONVENIENT PLACE IN THE CITY.
A Splendid Bill order what yon lite, pay for
185 SUPERIOR ST.
2ml 245. Few door above Wedriell Honne.
Steam Engine Works
FRLNK & WIRE, Proprietors.
r u rrf X" i d r ffTr
Mail Street, - ASUTAItULA, OHIO.
XANUV ACT USERS OP
Stationary & Portable Engines
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, MILL GEARING, 4c
CIDER AND CHEESE PRESS JACK
SCREWS OF ALL SIZES.
All kinds of Machinery Repairinff promntlv at
tended to. A specalty of Steam and Gas Fittings.
114 Water St., CLEVELAND, OHIO
L. D. HUNT. I
H. S. HUNT, f
. HI INT. I
This house is centrally located and the best of
accommodations aie offered. rjxa
HHE rUULIC are undoubtedly
J awae of the necessity, that every Tanner and
Hide Buver has lona felt, lor a radical i-mixok in
the method of buying hides ; aud belisving.
with other similar Associations now oeing or
ganised thninchont the entire West.) the time
now come for inmcuiaTS actios, in reirard tothis
much needed reform, the undersigned Tanners
and Buyers met at Warren, O., Nov. frith, 1STS,
UdSOOpiCU IHC iumiiii; imes wuieu it buuiuii-
ed for viuir consideration and ainrvval. aud if
found to accord with your views, you will please
siirn Ihe "Cerlitlcale ol Approval" below, and
send by return mail, to the "Secretary of Tan
ners and Hide Buyers." Warren, O.. that your
name and influence may be added to the Asaecia
tion. in an addresa to the Farmers and liulch
ersthroughout this section of the country.
AltHKN, lllllo. .-MOV. 5MIB. If.a.M
In conformity to the rate adopted by ail
Eastern and Western markets, the undersigned
Tanners and Hide Itiiyers, t hroiihont the Mu-nan-Ifo
and Mahoiiiii? Valleys, will from and artrr Ia
ckmrkk 10, 1S58," accept til eeu II Ides. "TnmaED
ONLT,"l. . FBK FROM HoBNS, SKI'IXS, SINawS,
Tail-bone, and ah. othkb tacheii orrAi..
A deduct on of one Cent ran Poi nd, w ill he
made from all hides broutih io us not trimmed aa
A reduction of one-thiko or the market value
will bo made for cut, waiihueii, or bi ll and.sta
Tilden A Phillips, Hock Creek, O.
Wilcox a Co., " "
Kbkhim IIatsteb Co., t;irard. O.
Wis. Stewart a Son, Coitsville, U.
M. Knoslih-h, New Castle, Pa.
A. G. McNab. Sliarou, I'a.
J. 1. Smith, Llbertv, O.
Wa. H. Kbasimr, l.lbertv. O.
Johnson Groves. HoukiicM. O.
Wn. C. Tittle, Greensluiri;h, O.
L. a C. Hear, Warren,
C. F. GoEmsuEB, Kacnna, U.
M. .Marshal Son, N. Jai-kstm, U.
A. U. Miller, Hacoiisbiirvh. u.
C. a J. GuErTlNoER. N. Falls, U.
Gtnas Mathews. Kinsman. t.
S. K. Chbtst. Wsrren and Niles. O.
J. Van Klekt Son. Yunn,--.u.wi, U.
S. L. Hi nt a Son. Warn n. i.
J. II. ItAHKUELI.. llrlstol ilic, O.
tv G. Hart. Gusiaviis oini.
JKlESTKR a WlCKLlNE, W.-lirell.U.
aioukRMAK, tiki K a i omi. waireu, u.
CEHTiriCATE OP APPROVAL.
This Is to certify that aunrore th
action of th "Tauuers and Hide Buyar s Assoc).
tloa" at a mixting held at w arrao, o Nov, ti.
HATS, O.A.IPS, Sz
THE LARGEST STOCK IN NOKTHERN OHIO.
A SPECIALTY MADE OF FINE CLOTHING.
BOYS' CARDIGAN JACKETS,
tS"At ?asic rRicri.j
In OYERCOATS I have a full line ol Hens',
Tonth and Boys,' of all Styles and Prices.
EDWARD G, PIERCE,
City Lots, Rare Opportunity !
BUST TIME TERMSX
."bout 9Q Lots.
NOW IS YOUli CHANCE !
REA1! REAI)! HEAD!
The Haskell. Croshv Jl Iiormn Plat, lvini: east
and south of ihe Lake Shore X .Mu hij.-au Southern
noumi-nousc, Lity or Ashtatmia. is now onereu
for sale In - .
Bt 1LD!U LOTS,
Oa Ilie Low est ami most convenient Terms
Ever otfcrvil in Asliiabula!
NO K IS TliK TIME TO SKCl'RK HOMES.
'fhte Lot art th Ltiryet A'trr Offrtd in
Amtiioula, Ming tucA fu-'j Jttt
front, or orer, unJ'iOO
Tlic Plat fromsi'iist on West strew. IC-ki-ll
'Avenue, 60 leel wide rtius through
llir centre of the Plat from Wcsl'
street to the Griswolil line. A
irfl 60 feet wale runs
from the etui of H
kcll Avenue to the
Makirg tbe moat desirable lots Id tbt City.
For Terms aud rartieulnra inquire ot
T. A. DORJIAN.
At D. V. Haskell's Store Main St.,
lam ttock af Envalspas w in pnpard to
taral,, .rit4, ae Ua aa (jMff