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Saturday Morning, Oct, 17, 1874.
The election in tbis'Jffn
affair. There was
last was ratlier a lame
. no onraniiation, we tUick, of either party.
and about all the interest that cemervu
in it was upon the vote for member of
Cougress. There was however, a rally
made by the Democracy, both wet and
dry, to secure the election of William H.
'Hubbard to the office of Justice of the
.Peace, and be succeeded by running ahead
of his ticket, lien, wrarneiu a oio was
well up to what was expected by his
friends.' His gain was nearly equal 10 nis
Jos3, so that he fell but seven below the
fullRepoMicari TOte" Thi8, considcriDS
i he effort that had been made all around
ns, embracing tSe flooding of every door
yard in town with Bun extras, is not very
The vote was as joiiuws:
Abel tfronw.'.; ......... -206
J. D. Bugbee, . . 334
PEOPLE'S OR DEMOCRATIC.
W. H. Hubbard,. . ....... ...
Kelson Watrous, - io
It is to be regretted that Mr. Krum was
defeated, as he is one of oar very best aud
most substantial men, ad nis acquaint
ance with legislation, bis clearness of
mind, and rigid integrity, fitted him in
an eminent manner for the. office. : We
however congratulate our Harbor friends
npon securiae a Justice for their locality.
They will be enabled to have their neigh
borhood unpleasantnesses and settle them
, up among themselves without their neigh
bors knowing it .
Te vote for member of Congress stood
"Woods Democratic,. '""a
The full vote cast was 586-the plurali
ty 142 while last year, the whole vote
- was 366 and the majority 90 : '
The result of tbe election in this State
js anything but pleasant The Republ
rns are beaten, and tbe State completely
I revolutionized. The vote has been light,
of course, or such a thing could not have
otherwise happened. The Republicans
had comparatively little stomach for rot"
- ing under the burdens that some of their
leaders had placed upon their shoulders.
The Dhenomena is presented of a great
' Darty. whose patriotic deeds furnish the
- brightest page in our political history,
and the freshness of which is scarcely
yet dimmed by time, giving way and suf.
: ferine an utter route by a broken, dis
; trusted and demoralized enemy, which
" has been for years on the ragged edge of
diesolution-bankrupt in hope and repu.
tation showing the truth of the maxim
that prosperity enervates, and that change
and revolution is as inevitable, if not as
needful, in the political as la the natural
world. But moralizing aside, the Democ
. racy have got us under, and we have
. nothing to do but to subn.it, tor the pres
ent, but never gi ve up. Let ns pick our
flints and try again.
. Iowa, faithful Iowa, administers ;a balm
' to the wounded spirits of Ohio Republi
, cans. She rolls up her forty thousand as
it nothing bad happened in the other
' States that went into the fight on Tues
day with her.
Four Republican Congressmen are all,
we are told, that are left us in Indiana.
The demos have made a gain of six mem
bers, and the State has been carried by
1 some twelve or fifteen thousand majority.
-.Advices from Mahnninir nnnntv mn1za
Woodworlh's majority in the district
about three hundred.
' The following is the official count for
Ashtabula County for Secretary of Sti te
- and V- S. Representatives :
'IK'llKB. U. . BKPRE8KNT.
. f ' . '
. ' -g "5 g: 5.. o. -fi-TJ
w m o ta P p.
Andover, . 166 18 11 101 67 6 11
Ashtabula, 8M 2S 6 857 SO S06 6
Austinburg. US St I 153 ' 60 8 -1
Cherry Valley, 108 19 : 4 79 44 S 8
Golebrook, - 115 H S - 102 IS 27 8
Conneaut, . 858 9 7 S57 98 9i 4
Denmark, ' 84 18 8 25 15 10
Dorset, ... 69 21 1 . 47 85 7 1
Geneva, 448 76 21 416 95 14 9
. Harperefleld, 179 23 1 140 65 6 1
H&rtaCTOva, ji 42 15 68 42 87 8
Jefferson, 273 66 25 168 189 1 2
gingRTtUe, 178 71 6 166 15 66 6
mox, 108 20 11 92 42 5
onroe, ' - 115 24 16 " 97 20 24 9
Morgan, . 186 88 30 135 103 4-8
New Lyme, 99 88 8 91 8 87 8
Orwell, 108 49 10 90 84 85 87
Pierpont, 161 14 6 99 69 6 1
Plymouth, 78 84 65 7 84 .
Richmond, - 69 84 13 40 49 8 9
Rome, 'MS 18 2 86 10 18 1
Saybrook, 182 85 . . 104 89 21
Sheffield, 67 18 5 , 3 17 6 8
Trumbull, 151 82 4 128 25 " 29 2
158- 12 8 105 25 JO 2
Wllliamsfleld, 104 17 U 98 6 17 11
Windsor, . 157 27 4 106 21 87 8
' 4275 1168 228 8478 1273 755 143
Onlv three counties in fipnmio ,oa
returned Republican majorities. The en
tire , Congressional delegation will be
buiuvinuH ... J..
violence and intimidation may effect.
Take, for instance, Richmond county.
that in which Augusta is situated. In
1872, 2,827 votes were cast for Grant, and
while at. the late election the whole num
ber of Republican yotes cast was but
' 2001 It is supposed a similar allowing
fill De made in nearly every county in
" the State, and the Legislature will be Ku
' Klux by over200 majority on joint ballot.
CoHQBltsa.-Accordins to the latiat
; figures, says the Eerald. the Ohio rielB.
, , gf.tion in the Forty-fourth Congres will
rniu t . .. r
.unuH.uuvnn! iwpaDUcans in italics.
' 1. Hilton Savler-
Henry B. Banning.
John L. Sayage.
John A. JIcMahon.
Americus V. Rice.
Frank H. Hurd.
Lawrence T. Neal.
Early F. Pormleton. "
10. Charles Foster.
11. John L. Vance. .
12. Ansel T. .Walling.
- 13. Milton I. Southard.
14. John PXJowan.
15. Nelton H. Van Vorhtt.
'' 16 Lorenzo Danford.
17. Laurin Dr woodxeorth.
. 18. Jame Menroe.
19. Jamet A. Garfield.
26. Henry B. Pavne.
Pemocrats, 13; Republicans, 7.
Complete returns from Hamilton Co.
- Show a DrtSocratlc majority of 4,694 Jbr
Bell over Wikoff, for Secretary of State.
This, however, is a littlo abovo the aver
Fostr, Republican nominee for Con
gross, in the Norwalk district, is jelicved
ty his friends to be elected, though tbe
contest is go close that the official vote
only will decide.
The Democrats, however, claim the
'' election of fourteen members of Congress
to our six Republicans this, of course,
Including Seney in; the 10th Foster's
.; district, i;;.....
Next Jo the political revolution in
Trnmbull Jsonnty.the change in the 11th
district has most surprised tbe Republi-
- cans. Every county in the listrict is re
ported DemocraSc, and ttundy defeated
by two thousand majority, a Democratic
gain on bis vota two .years ago, of four
'thousand. . -
PayBe, in the Cleveland district, where
the canvass has been most tierce and eajn.
est, is elected over Parsons by nearly 8,-
000 majority. Parsons"1 Uint of jobbing,
deprives him of the sympathy of many of
his party friends.
The new Republican daily in New
York, the "The Republic," is a hand
somely printed journal of "the regulation
size, well edited, full of news, and $2.oo
per year cheaper than the other morning
papers. - -
President Grant and suite has been
down into the Indian territory, among the
Choctaws,- and created quite a ripple
among those simple-minded, but civiliz
ed, aborigines. He was welcomed with a
very sensible and clever speech, which
was answered in the President's brief
Style. Since, the party have been to
Springfield and Chicairo. 111., extending
their trip to Fond dn Lac, Wisconsin.
- A commission was lately appointed by
President Grant to ascettain whether the
tJnion Pacific Railroad had been com
pleted within the meauin of Hie biw pro
viding for its construction. The report
Arn,;a Vmm u on is now reauy iu ue
- . 1 . . V
Jl 1 11 1 0 vv"
submitted. Its purport is not known
Upon its charater depends the issuing of
patents ior the enormous land grant to
the Company, which is still retained un
der Gover nment title.
1. 1st of Patents tg'ned from the U. Bute
Patent Office to Ohio Inventors, for the week end
ing Sept. 28th, 1874, and each bearing that date,
furnished this paper, by Cox & Cox, Solicitor
ol Patents, Washington. D. C.
Fences- S. It Huil,
Worthingtou. .' -- - : '
. Wheel Cultivators E. Kissell and J5i
' Table Leaf Hinsres J. C.
'""pinin. TTnok E. E. Siedman.
'Tetsuring Wheels-R. Way, Sprin-
fieBreech Loading Fire Arms H. Upde
Coal Stoves' G. Willhouse, Akron
Combined Clasps and Braces. for Vehi
cles H. 8ayler, St Paris.
A8HTABDLA, TODMGBTOWS PITTSBURGH E. B.
Leave Ash tabula, 7:14 a. m.,2:12p. m.
Vrrive at Ashtabula, 12:31 p.m., 8:S18 p. m.
. AKK BHOIZE A K1CH1QA2I SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
West Jeave Ashtabula, 6:05 P. lt:23 A. M.,
6:40 A. ., 6:02 A, 2:55 a. m.
East leave Ashtabula, 9:00 a. h., 1:81 P. ,
J:p. 7:10 f . I"
--IANK1JK DrVIBION L. 8. A M. S. BY.
' Leave httbula fq Oil City,9:15 A. for Jef
fere iiBp.K. '
Arrivsa at Ashtabula from Jefferson. 6:85, from
Oil City 11:10 A. . '
TOUHQSTOWN DIVISION L. S. M. S.
Leave Ashtabula, 4:30 a. k. 9:15 A. . Arrive
11:10 a.m. 9:30 r. .
THERE will be Teachers' Exami
tions at the following times and places :
Geneva, Oct. 24th, - '
Conneant, Nov. 2d,
- Jefferson, Dec. 14,
Rock Creek, at the .Teachers' Institute.
By order of the Board of Examiners.
1293 L. H, MEANS, Clerk of Board.
SnerlffaJi Special TIatcr fomminlon-
. er sale ot jLanas ana ivuemeuu
ASHTABULA COMMON PLEAS, June Term, "!4
Charles M. Traver,
aainst Order of Sale.
David H. Da Bo is, et. al. I
DY virtue of an Order of Sale
-U ly issued from said Court in the -shove case
to me directed, I will offer for sale by way of pub
lic auction at the door of the Court House in Jef
ferson. Ashtabula Connty. Ohio, on Monday, the
16th day of November, 1874, between the.hours of
11 o clock. A. M ana iz m., oi raia aay, me ioi-
lnwinc described Lands and Tenements, to wit : .
Parcel No. 1. situate in the township of Plym
outh, in township 12, range 8 in the Connecticut
Western Reserve, in the State of Ohio, and in the
County of Ashtabula, and is known as being Fifty
acres or una on rrom toe uorcaensi comer ui im
No. eleven in said township of Plymouth, and
which is bounded east by land of Peter Fuller,
north by land of William B. Johnson, and also by
land owned by Oliver and M. B. Gary, west by
land formerly owned by Charles T. Fobes, and
lands formerly owned by Thomas Canfield, and on
the south by land formerly owned by the said
Thomas Canfield. and being the same land con
veyed to David Dn Bots by Norman Seymour and
wife, bv deed dated March 3, 1854, and to the said
David H.Da Bois by the heirs of the said David
Parcel No. 2, situate in the township of Plym
outh, Co, of Ashtabula and State of O., known
as 100 acres the Wells BlakeBlee Farm, so called, be
ing the west part of lot No. 16 in baid township,
and bounded on the west by lot 5, south by part o f
lot No. 11, west by lands owned and occnoied bv
one Johnson, and on the north by the Plymouth
township line. t
Parcel No. 3, situate in the township of Plym
outh, County of Ashtabula, State of Ohio, being a
part of lot No. 6, rn said township, and is a trian
gular piece of land bounded as follows : on the
north oythe centre of the highway, on the east by
lands of Peter Fullar, and on the south and west
by lands formerly owned by David Dn Bois, and
contains one-half acre of land, be the same more
or lees, subject to the highway thereon.
Terms, Cash. Parcel No. 1 appraised at $
parcel No. 2 appraised at ,t Parcel No. 3
appraised at at $
E. J. THOMPSON,
Coroner, acting Sheriff, as Special Master Com
Sheriff's Office. Oct 14, 1874.
. . Simonds & Wade, Plaintiffs Att'y. 6tl293
Corner Drug Store !
ROCK CREEK, OHIO.
H. LtATlMEK. bavin e suc
ceeded to the business of BrettelT Lati
mer, has stocked ap the establishment and put
it in the best running order. His stock of
is opto the demand of the locality, and not sur
passed in the place. Prescriptions a specialty, and
pot ap wiui promptness ana care.
are choice, and the trade sufficiently active to keep
the stock fresh and the range of prices even witn
the market low though that may be. In
our shelves are sunnlied with eveiv varietv nf finer
and better kinds of goode in all their variety, and
the heavier articles are in stock such as to
meet the demands of the country trade. Besides
these classes of goods, our customers will find a
good stock of
JsUUTS & SHOES,- -of
the best manufacture.
w . Paints Oils,
and a constant supply of
SASH, UOOBS, dec,
,11.of which are sold at a narrow margin of profit,
l01"1 4o regard to good faith and fairness in
O. B. LATIMER,
.. ' Brick Corner Store.
Morgan, Oct. 14, 1974. , 1292
Family Groceries. -
AT ROCK REEK.
SJ-PTTERFIELD, who took
the store formerly occumed hv ttia t
lice some four months Bince, has filled it nn with
a complete stock of P with
Groceries, Canned Goods,
and is about to introduce an additional branch
Boots & Shoes.
This.wtll make his establishment ono of the
fnp"t plete and best furnished of any in the
ItJ 1 ,U?k U " fresn nd th best qual
or h?. ,.?.c':,, ran-'e favorably with the hest
denMoTZT.-, Hi rnn of "de is an e
aence of appreciative customers in both matters,
TRICE & OUALITV.
tending his trade, an earnest ivi. . 5
ed to all to drop in and I see to, VhiU'Jn l8,eItcd
thing is done. . or themBelves how th
S. J. NETTERFIELD,
Mortran Or ia txu t aoor to IloteU
439 SUPERIOB STREET,
TAKE NOTICE !
XF VOU dpHirA t.n nuv'finaa Uinlinn
iii,w.!l"oc,'l',a. ani oa reasonable terms, or if
Kin , ,"J "oa; Estate to sell, call upon Edgar
tiall.Keal fi.tate Agent, Haskell's Block, Ashta
bula, Ohio. .
Land Surveying and Platting done promptly on
.Iv.a i EDGAR UALL.
Ashtrhula. May lst, 1874.
1 HE co-partnership licrotofore ex
isting between Oeo. W. Walte and Theodom hiii
lsthfs day dissolved by mutual consent AnL'i
coun s due the firm of Waited Sill will he mm .
fh8.0" wh0 wI oontinne the butin?'. at
theoldsund.. . , ,KO. W. WA1TK,
Aibtftboia, Sept. 16th, 1874,TUJ- 8IU3U3tj
JOSEPH WILKINSON who re
sides at DeWitt, Carrol Connty MlBSonri, ia
hereby notified that on the 6th day of October, A.
1871. John A. Wilkinson Ptainttff, led in the
Office of the Clerk of the Coort of Common Pleas
in and Tor tne t omij y
Ohio his petition against Margaret Dawe, Henry
Wiltinson, Joseph Wilkinson, Richard Wilkinson,
Maltha Jane Prindle, and Henry E. Prindle, her
huband, Elizabeth A. Ifatterson and Thomas
Matterson her husband, and William T. Simonds
as administrator of Henry Wilkinson, deceased,
defendants, alleging in substance that Henry Wil
kinson died intestate about the 11th day of March
1870, seized in fee simple of the following describ
ed premises, situate in the township of Saybrook,
county of Ashtabula and State of Ohio, to wit:
Known as lot 8 in tract 1, in said township, and
bounded North by the shore of Lake Erie, East by
lot No. 7, South by part of lot 22, and West by lot
containing 85.79 acres of land more or lees. Al
so one other piece of land in said township, bound
ed and described as follows : Being in the North
eastern part of the Norton tract (socalled.) bound
ed on the North by the centre of the E, & W.
road; on the East by lands of Nathaniel Brown;
on the South by lands of Hubbard A Co., and on
the West by lands of Henry E. Parsons, contain
ing seventy acres of land more or less. That the
premises descended to Margaret Dawe, Elizabeth
Matterson, Henry Wilkinson, Joseph Wilkinson,
Martha Jane Prindle, Richard Wilkinson and
John A. Wilkiason hie only children and heirs.
Ttat daring the life time of said Henry Wilkinson
(deceased.) he made the following advancements
in money and other personal property, to a part ot
hie said children to wit : To Margaret A;w,?,;"
5U0; to Henry Wilkinson 4,0fi0: to Joseph Wiik
iuson $1,400; to Martha Jane Prindle inf
prayer of said petition is that the Court .nay noa
the amounts advanced as aforesaid, that tnerever
alsums so found to have been "Ceslnd
deducted from such resrt!ve shares and an
aquitabte tSeLTTl of Sid
tMy 0? Secern'
said Petition Un m SHERMAN A HALL,
ber, A. D. It... pltff, solicitors.
n.rf Oct. 6th, 1874. 6U292.
OEPORT of the Condition of the
Li ASHTABULA NATIONAL BANK at Ash-
tabula, in the State of Ohio, at the close Of
nets on the 2d day of Oct. 1874.
Loans and Discounts .... (70,957 47
u. s. Bonds to secure cir
pOther stocks, bonds, and
Dne from Reserve Agt.
Due from national tfanks
Dae from State Banks....
Furniture and Fixtures,,.
Current Expenses and
Taxea paid SjSM 09
Premiums paid 12.750 20
Checks & Cash Items... 738 85
Bills of other National Banks 1,170 00
Fractional Currency, etc.. 734 84
Legal Tenders -4,012 00
five per cent, iteaemp-
r.ion Knnn uu
Total $200,507 59
Capital Stock $100,000 00
Surplus Fnnd 4.875 61
Other Undivided Profit.. 8,207 17
Circulating notes received
from Ck mptroller 68,840 00
Individual Deposits 20,989 81
uue to national nanks.. x.bis lu
State of Ohio. County of Ashtabula, ss.
I. J. Scv, Bltth, Cashier of tbe above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true, to the best of my knowledge
3. SUM. BLTTH. Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of
Oct., 1874. UEO. H.i abb ett, notary 1-uDlic.
Henry F asset 1
B. Nellis, Directors.
. P. F. Good, I
H. H. HALL.
H. H. HALL,
Boots & Shoe.
Just received at
E. Q. PIEEOE'S,
HATS & CAPS.
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Aahtabuli, April 9th, 1874.
II TRS. WM. GILMAN, opposite the
, Fisk Honse. Ashteknla O., woold respect
fully announce to the ladies of this vicinity, that
she is prepared to do in the best style, alf kinds
fit wnrb in hat 'hhaIi T . t sK Ann.
making sottchesT u
LADIES' HA'1 WANTED,
for which the highest "rl, w ' Ube paid. Her work
will compare well wltuDy. tjwork, while her
JI1IUD HA y A (A A 1VOE7, .
Aebtabala. Oct. 3H I94fitf
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
core of all derange
ments In the stom
ach, liver, and bow
els. They are a mild
aperient, and an
Being purely vege
table, they contain
no mercury or mine
ral whatever. Much
serious sickness and
suffering is prevent-
for fZZF "y 8hould nave o" hand
9tectl1n a""1 relief, when required.
est, surest, and best of all the Pill with which
the market abounds. By their oonnftl nun
the blood ispurifled, thcorru'pKsTf U,8 syt
tem expelled, obstructions removed, and he
whole mac.hinery of life restored to u healthy
activity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Jkyer'm . and
stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease
is changed into health, the value of which change!
when reckoned on the vast xhultitudes who enjoy
it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coating
makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their
virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so
that they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, and operate
without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or
Full directions are given on the. wrapper to
each box, how to use them as a Family Physic,
and for the following complaints, which these
rapidly cure :
For Isyapeipsiai or Indlg-ratloa, NatlMa.
awsi Lannsr and lioa of Appetite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stem
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
tiur "iT' Cosnplalart and its various symp
.J' Blliona UeadiacBe, Sick II !.
fir or tirera SicbneH, mi.
hehTdio?! ,c and Billon. Fevers, they should
diseased a Ltoken for eacn rrect the
cause It or romove obstrncOona which
they ah1!? K7..v,Dd. TroVlcr "welllM,.,
tojprouucc u ? ,?!?T Snd "t dole,
For UnnnrluS ' of dratic purge,
taken, as it uroTi!!" ?e aose should be
patny. - urairea enect uy sym-
AlltHttlu-lMi, . .
promote digestion and? n?hor to
An occasional dow sUmulSffh tomaon- v ,
bowels, restores the appeto? ",Ujn"lca
aystem: ilenoe it is oK aU?12i&0teltne
no serious derangement exlstl ih5fn! wifer8
tolerably well, often nnds that a 0oS? t?HlU
fill makes him feel decidedly betterrSmVl1
cleansing and renovating effect on the diin.A'uf
Dr. J. C. AYEB CO., Practical Chtmittt,
IOWEZZ, MASS., V. 8. JL.
FOB BALE by ALL DEUQOISI8 r8TT79Ba,
Business ! Business ! Business ! !
A nother Big Break in
Buyers in the Market
IT WILL PAT YOU TO VISIT THE
DT BLACK ALPACAS,
500 Pieces from the great Auction Sales las
week at less prices than ever before
seen in this . County.
Good Black Alpacas for only 31 cents.
Black Alpacas worth 45c, at 37c.
Black Alpacas worth 60c, at 45c.
Black Alpacas worth 75 c, at 50c. .
Black Alpacas worth tl.00, at 65c.
Black Brilliantines worth 80c, at 60c.
The above are of a celebrated make,
purchased at any other store in Ashtabula.
We shall also offer 50 pieces ENGLISH MERINO worth 50c, for 30c. ;
Also 50 pieces POPLIN, worth 45c for 25c.
1,000 pieces BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLIN at New York Whole
Cloths for men rand Boys' wear, Waterproofs
all colors, Wme anc colored Flannels,
AT SPECIAL BARGAINS. . .
One Hundred Embroidered Felt Skirts, only $1
25 pieces Black Silks at from 25 to
BLACK SILKS at $1.25, 1.50, 1.75,
i.xj.i a mrae oiiKs io De 'lb to
at any other store. They must
Also Great Bargains in Velveteens,
RIBBONS, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
Ladies' Merino Underwear
at prices 25 per cent Less than the
Those wishing to bay FLANNELS,
uiitKe a great taving Dy ouying oi us. . . ,
Do not fail to loot at our Stock
We will convince you that money can be saved by buying of us.
Prices in New York !
taking advantage of the
BLACK SILKS, AND
Black Brilliantines worth $1.00 at 75c
Black Brilliantines worth $1.12 at 87
Black Brilliantines worth $1.25 at $1.00
and are much lower than they can
50 o per yard less than can be purchased
1.87. 2.00, and 2.50. We WAR-
ooo per yarn less than can be purchased
be seen to be appreciated.
CORSETS, EMBROIDERIES, fcc.
same can be bought at any other store.
Table linens, Prints, Ginghams, &c..
" 1 , '
lefore purchasing Elsewhere.
51 ENS' BTJSIXFSS SUITS.
MENS' DRESS SUITS
TOUTH, BOY & CmLDRENS' SUITS,
Ready-made and made to order, at
GEO. W. WATTE'S.
TOUTH, BOY 4 CHILDRENS' OVERCOATS
in great variety, at
GEO. W. WAITE'S
! IRE A.T3 ! I
GERMAN & FRENCH WORSTED,
AMERICAN & ENGLISH CLOTHS,
ALL KINDS OF CASSIMERES,
THE BEST OF TAILORS' TRIMMINUS,
GEO. W. WAITE'S
Once more attend ! !
HATS & CAPS.
SHIRTS 4 SOCKS,
GLOVES & MITTENS,
WRAPPERS & DRAWERS,
COLLARS & HANDKERCHIEFS
UMBRELLAS & VALISES,
FURNISHING GOODS GENERALLY
All very cheap, at
GEO. W. WAITE'S,
Store adjoinin Poet Office, Aehtabnla, O.
Spring Bed Bottom,
i i; ;
IFOR HEALTH, COMFORT, ELASTICITY
. DURABILITY, CHEAPNESS A CLEAN
LINESS HAS NO EQUAL.
It saves that dreaded daily task of shaking np
heavv beds. Neither is there any place where that
wi.atin luat thA ,A1.hno cati hide And breed.
The most intelligent and wealthy families
With a light mattress or some quilts lain
tnem, tney maxe a boil aoa
Cool Bed for Hot Weather
THEY HirK NO NOISE.
This bed is not only a Inxnry to the healthy per
son bnt it is especially bo to the invalid, who
from illness or Infirmity are more or less confined
to their beds. One can scarcely realize the relief
and comfort a sick person enjoys in being changed
from a common bed to one of these.
I have Certificates from the pastors of every
congregation in the village, and from oar bankers,
physicians, merchants, hotel-keepers and others
reccommending this bed in preference to any oth
er in the market. Several that were nsing the
"Tucker Spring Bed," substituted these in their
place ; some using spring mattresses costing $28,
substituted these for them. This bed is consid
ered by all equal, and by some
SUPERIOR to the WIRE WOVEN MATTRESS,
which costs $16. Most every spring bed in the
market, that is of any nse at all is sold at from $10
I sell the "Elastic" which gives
ban any other, for $7.00.
Orders for these Beds supplied promptly by the
undersigned, who is sole owner of the Patents,
and manufacturer of them.
L. M. CROSBY.
Ashtabula, April 80, 1874. UC9tl
White Lime, White Lime,
Always on hand at the
Ashtabula Lime Works,
ASHTABULA HARBOR, east side.
LIME shipped on short notice, eith
ln Barrels or bulk, and
WARRANTED TO GIYE SATISFACTION
as to Quality and Measure.
t3TFaicc always at the Bottom of the Market.
Bnllilsrsand Llmo consumers will find It to
their advantage to call on us before purchasing.
ASHTABULA LIMB CO.
September 9th, 1874. SmlSSS
Williamson & wtrous
.... ... . . , . i A A.K.ahlllA
respectruiiy ai Bounce 10 mo ciuk m -
and surrounding country that thoy are prepared i
all times to make to rdor OJ
.ALL KINDS OF HARNESS,
and keep constantly on hand a good assortment
of goods in their line, ail niado of the
... . .. nirMT STYLE of workman-
uu put Kicuivr iu iuu ""' , .,- Hue Will uu
ship. Those wishing fMi.tStit Tcan st
wefl to give us a call. th'"ki2".wicl atten
sfyln style and prj" llng Hh all,
tlontobulneMud fair aou" " wS remain
to merit a share oi your -
renpectufllly fours, ly. b. WATBort.
W. H. WiiaJAJisoit, UJ6lI
Ladies' Knit Wrappers and Felt Skirts.
Just Opened One Case of
"Which will be sold CHEAP.
WOOL YARN AT $1.00 PER LB.
5 Bales more of that
& French Kid
Men and Boys Boots!
$4.00 to close.
A lot of
FOR OLD LADIES.
will be sold
at 20c per pr.
Lot New Comfortables,
Lot New Carpets,
"We are selling an
Extra Gunpowder Tea for 98 cents per lb.
Also a very
Fine Japan Tea at One Dollar per lb.
18 cent Batting.
Lnt iVew Blankets