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suing, Feb. 20, 1880.
tnAct and pwty left Havana on
13 lb, for Vera Crux.
Mrs. Wm. M. Tweed, died in Paris
ca Friday of last week.
Gen. Grant inherit 1 10,000 by
tbe will of tbe late Secretary Borie
Tuesday was the day set for tbe
opening of the Buchbola trial, at
Ladgeport, Ct. : .
It is asserted from Washington,
tlat lion. E. B. Washbnrne is not a
candidate for the White House, but
is for Grant first, last and all the
The Warren Tribune defines its
position on the Presidential question
jti faTor of Senator Blaine
tni on the Congressional matter in
Lvor of Judge Taylor, of Warren.
Three of the twelve Ute renegades
brought into the Los Pinos
Agency by Jack. They are Chief
Docglaas, Jim Johnson and Thomas.
The other nine will be taken, it is
thought, in a little time. j
Thirty-one miles of track was lift
ed and removed from the Pittsburgh,
Tituaville & Buffalo road, on Sun
day morning last, beginning about
o'clock. The weight was 81 ton,
and estimated value 1 100,000. ; It
was done without noise or notice. It
consisted of the third or broad gague
rail; and the trick was to secure an
advantage of the Atlantic fc Great
Western Co., from whom'an injunc
tion was apprehended.
Telegrams of Monday last bring
information that the missing county
returns of the last September Maine
election, were found on that day, in
the chamber recently occupied by
Governor Garcelon, and with other
papers are in the possession of the
Investigating Committee, who will
give them special attention. They
implicate several persons in Kenne-
beck, Androscoggin, Oxford, Frank
hn and Washington counties, in
changing and substituting returns.'
Our friend of the Sentinel while
he corrects one mistake about the
birds, incontinently falls into anoth
er. He speaks of the "red breasted
thrush or robin." as if they were
identical. Robin redbreast, accord
ing to oar ornithology, has no con
section with the thrush family, nor
are we advised that there
such a bird as the red breasted
thrush. " A little more accuracy
friend How ells will save us the
trouble of looking after you so fre
Senator Atkinson seem to be go
ing for Lieut. Gov. Hickenlooper,
for. as is reported, that he is not
found more generally in his seat in
the Senate. He offered the follow
ing preamble and resolution in the
Senate on Monday last:
Whekeas, We entertain the highest ap
preciation of tbe business ability, high mor
al and social worth of His Excellency Ad-
drew Hickenlooper, .Lieutenant Uovernor
therefore be it
Resolved, That we tender him the com'
plimenU of the Senate, and tbat be i here
by requested to visit tbe Senate some time
at bis convenience.
It was referred to the Committee
on Fish Culture, and Game.
What could be the object of such
straggle for the delegation of the
District of Columbia to the Chicago
convention r lney nave seats in
the convention, to-be-sure, but no
TOte. . It represents no voting
.strength. By courtesy, the dele
gates from the territories and the
District, have been given seats in
these conventions, and have been
appointed on committees, but have
not been allowed to participate in
the proceedings. All the advantage,
.herefore, that they can have, or the
.nflaence they can exert, is only that
There seems to be little doubt that
Onkling will accomplish in New
t ork and Grant's name will accom-
lish in Illinois, what Senator Came'
on has accomplished in the Key'
tone State, and that the entire deleg
ations from these three States will
o for Grant in the National Con-
ention. - This will give him a total
'-te of 150 out of the six hundred
d four delegates. The booming
siness among the candidates and
eir friends appears to be quite live-
That Grant does not refuse to
his name be used, is tolerable
od evidence that he intends to
'.ad the racket and take things as
y come. Blaine is throwing much
i pr into his canvass conducted
I it is by himself, and Sherman is
insensible to the condition of
sgs about him, or the necessity ox
Hence and activity. Ohio, in natur
J his vantage ground from which
prestige must be taken. Colum-i-2ifeady
spoken for him with
sry good send off, and Garfield
declared for him in a manly and
rous letter, and we hear of his
mentsin portion of the South.
is now to follow in a deroon
j -. aan in Ohio at Columbus and
' : ;in of preparation indicates that
..to be an earnest one a compet
ne and therefore, one in which
tone will be left untamed t0
it more imposing than Sher
! leader. It will be watched
ome interest as indicating the
ncies of tbe opening campaign.
el Rails. In reference to
roposed duty on steel rails.
irSeld made a rather signifi
not produce a ton oa
1867, and the price of U
$166 per ton, last year
over 600,000 tons for ab
ton, and this year have a
produce a million and on
The second was that th
turer had taken enormous conir,
at - low - prices, wnica-wouia keep
them running most of the year in
many cases an actual loss, so if their
work for the rest of the year was to be
in competition with England, because
of a lowered rate of duly, it would
break them down entirely. The
third and strongest was the showing
which would be made that more
railroads wished the present duty
retained than those who wanted it
Ixtie-Stat Railway Teaffic.
There seems to be progress in the
matter of regulating inter-state rail
way traffic and that in the right way
and at the right quarter. Congress
is taking hold of the subject, and if
it shall hold its wind, the glory of
Representative Thorp may be dimmed
The Committee on Commerce of the
House, ha apparently reached some
definite conclusions on the subject,
and hare taken pains to compare
two bills that have been submitted,
and adopted that of Mr. Henderson,
over that of Mr. Reagan. By the
new bill, reasonable and equal
charges are required upon all rail
ways conveying property from one
state or territory to another. It im
poses a penalty for violation of this
requirement, of not less than $1,000
for each offense, and a liability of
suit for extortion, by parties injured
by discrimination. A commission
clothed with considerable range of
power, is a part of tbe machinery .or
securing the enforcement of its pro
visions. The powers with which the
commissioners are clothed, are: To
investigate complaints; to summon
witness and compel by legal process
the production of books and papers
to require reports, according to fixed
and' uniform forms covering uniform
periods, from the railway companies
to make general and detailed report
to the Secretary of the Interior; to
notify companies of the remedies
deemed proper for abuses which, in
the judgment of the Commissioners,
exist; on failure of the companies to
apply such remedies, to notify th
Attorney-General, that legal prose
cution may be commenced; and the
Commissioners are in general requir
ed to furnish such information as
shall aid in the enactment of an in
telligent system of national legisla
tion regulating inter-state railroad
commerce, and allaying the con
staut irritation and absolute preju
dice wrought upon small towns by
the system of freight discrimination
so largely in practice.
Congress is wrestling with a bill
for the reduction of the duty on
paper aua - toe paper maters are
wrestling with Congress to prevent
reduction. Ihe present outrageous
price of paper is not Caused by either
a rise in the materials entering into
its manufacture, or an increase in
the price of labor, but by a specula
tive oombiuation of paper makers.
ana it tnere is not a break soon in
the combination, the newspapers of
the land will force Congress to ad
mit paper duly free. Perhaps this
boom in paper, if permitted to last
for a time, might serve to weed out
the country cross-roads and village
newspapers of the fungus stripe, and
if so, the country could well afford
to stand for a season an infliction of
high prices. It costs something to
run one of these establishments, even
with paper stock doubled up all
round. When people are required
to pay high prices for newspapers,
they will take fewer of them, and
take the best, and this will in the
end release a goodly number who
are not playing printer and editor,
and thus swell the ranks of tbe hoe
and shovel brigade. Geneva Time.
.Notwithstanding Keller's bolt in. tbe
last campaign, Tilden probably controls
the Democratic cohorts in the State of
New York, and as it is necessary, to be car
ried by any successful candidate, Mr. Til
den being the only one, he will, no doubt,
be able to carry the Empire State when
once he puts forth an efiort to do so.
Senator Bayard's name is only used aa a
feint, to cover tbe manoeuveritigs of the
plotters. Among these is Butler and his
friends. Tbe green backers are probably
neither dead or discouraged, although
many papers especially tbe eastern hold
out that idea. It is understood to be the
plan to put Butler on tbe course, by a
third party, and then if the election could
be thrown into the House, a combination
of tbe Oreenbackers, the Greenback Repub
licans and .Democrats, might perhaps not
be wholly without hope of possible suc-
, if the course of two great parties
were such as to leave tbe bars down. In
deed the attempt to put such a program in
to execution, will require favorable con
ditions, which only the carelessness and
mismanagement of the t wo great factors
who hold the power for manipulating par
ties, can arrange. Those who hare fears
of Cejarism. will do well to watch the sin
uosities of the hero of Hew Orleans.
Since Garfield boomed for Sherman, Gov.
Foster has been following suit. He made
a telling speech at the Columbus meeting
on the 12th. Various other speakers were
beard, and among them, Representative
Thorp, who spoke as follows, as reported
by the Cincinnati Commercial. His little
speeches always have a snap to them:
"1 would say that I am here tn-nichr n
say what th sentiments of the people of
mv couuly are upon this question upon
which we are consulting to-night. There
Will be before the next Chicaco Con
tion the names of three distinguished cit
izens of the United States, for tbe Presi
dency of the United Slates, John Sher
man, James G. Blaine and General Grant ,
All of these men in the largest degree have
the respect and confidence of the people of
the United S:atea, and we are called upon
to make a choice between the best men
that nave ever been presented to any con
vention in this country. (Applause.)
The choice of the people is for John Slier
man. (Great applause.) John Sherman
has done more than any man in the coun
try to bring about the present financial
prosperity, and his election is the best
means to further promote the prosperity
of the country."
v An official statement made to the Sec
etary of the Treasury, shows that the
alat; of petroleum and petroleum pro
' "Ma exported for the six months ending
' .Tiber 81, 1879, was' $22,480,089 over
N 0 less thanihe year before.
which is to be presented to the House as
the bill of tbe committee. This seemed
tbe only way out of the dilemma, and tbe
prospects for an early reorganization where
it is mostly needed, are very good. The
committee are now ready to present their
bill as soon as tbe Asylum Committee make
A bill was introduced last week by Dr.
Scott, of Warren, to prevent the misuse of
public money in the State. Tbe bill will
prevent tbe various State Boards which are
in the habit of making purchases, contracts,
and large expenditures of money, which
are not provided for by law, and the pay
ing out of funds appropriated for a particu
lar purpose for claims that an not author
ized by law. It will be noticed in the re
port of expenditures of the various institu
tions tbat ibe expenditures are much larger
than the appropriations. For example, the
expenditures of the Athens asylum for the
past year were $122,284.13, which exceed
ed tbe appropriation for that institution
some $26,000. This bill when it becomes
a law, and I don't think there will be much
opposition, will prevent the large amount
of deficiencies in the various Stale Boards,
and the deficiencies tbat may arise that
could not be forseea shall be reported to
the Governor, Auditor of State and Attorney-General,
who may in such case, au
thorize such expenditures.
One of tbe best bills introduced for the
benefit of the capilal city is that of Repre
sentative Groom s of Franklin county, pro
viding for the return of discharged con
victs from the penitentiary to the counties
from which they were sent. Columbus has,
since tbe opening of the penitentiary, been
infested with the ex -convict out of the
prison, and large amount of depredations
have been committed by this class of men.
Frequently men discharged out of prison
in the morning have committed some un
lawful act before evening that will cause
them to be imprisoned again, and a large
number of criminals sent to the peniten
tiary from this county are ex-convicts, who
on being released, and not having suffic
ient money or courage to return to the
county from which they were sent, make
this their headquarters. It will be for tbe
good of the public that this bill be passed.
The bill will come np in tbe House for pas
sage to-morrow. . . .
There are a large number of bills in the
House for consideration of tbe Insurance
Committee, and quite an extensive lobby
are lying in wait for the bills to be brought
forth. Tbe committee met to-day for con
sideration of such bills.
Dr. Scott and the Representative from
Madison "locked horns, as it were, last
Satnrday,and the venerable Representative
from Warren gave the "man from Madi
son' a verv curt piece of advice. The "war
of words" was brought on over the contest
on tbe deficiency bill. Representative
Locke thought the gentleman from War
ren about a hundred years behind the times,
and his views and measures were not adapt
ed to the wants of the present age. Dr.
Scott's reply kept tbe House in a roar for
nearly an hour.
Senator Harper, of Knox county, who is
editor of tbe Alt. Vernon Banner, intro
duced a joint resolution last week tbat will
be of interest to all newspaper publishers
who are now compelled to pay such enor
mous prices lor printing paper. Tbe reso
lution requests that Ohio's Senators and
Representatives in Congress vote in favor
ol tbe passage or tbe bill now pending in
Congress to remove the duty from paper
imported into tnis country, to oe usea in
printing books, newspapers, etc. Tbe bill
introduced in Congress is known as tbe
Fort Bill. As paper has advanced in price
about 40 per cent, caused by a combination
of paper dealers, the poor editor, for whose
benefit very few measures are passed, will
have the satisfaction of knowing that he at
least is entitled to have his wants made
known and remedied if possible.
Petitions for local measures still come in
quite rapidly, and not a day passes by that
me ouis ior local meausu res do not far ex
ceed all other bills. The Local Option peti
tions Keep pouring in. Last Friday one of
the members presented a petition on this
subject 43 feet in length. Tbe petition
was stretched down the main aisle of tbe
House by the pages, and was decorated at
the Head by several small nags. One bu
morous member, after taking a view of it,
saia tnat it should be referred to tbe Com
mittee on Turnpikes.
The Sherman meetiner last Thursday
night was a big affair despite published re
ports to the contrary. The best of feeling
prevailed, and ine speecbes on tbe occasion
were to the point. The Blaine men have
been working hard for many days back to
nave a meeting to tbrow tbe Sherman
"boom far in the shades. Just how well
they will succeed will be learned on Thurs
day night, the date of their first public
F. L. C.
The Superintendent of the Census an
nounces tbat he is aware of no reasons ex
isting in law for regarding women as in
eligible for appointment as enumerators.
The municipal law, so long In vogue
forbidding smoking in tbe streets of Bos
ton is about to be repealed, and no remon
strance goes up for its inviolability and
protection from that Athens of America.
On the morning of Wednesday last
house was blown down, in Cincinnati, on
the heads of a family, while they were get
ting up and the infant member of the
household, was found crushed to death,
upon removal of the debris.
The Mormons are turning their eyes
towards Mexico for a next resting place.
The negotiations have proceeded far
enough as is gathered from that quarter,
that tbe government will tolerate and pro
tect the Mormons in their religion, but
not m the polygamy feature of it
The telegraph brings the news of an
explosion of a mine in the palace, under tbe
dining room of the Emperor of Russia
the intention of which was to destroy tbe
Imperial family. Accidental delay saved
their lives. This, with the blowing up of
a train in tbe environs of Moscow, looks as
if there was a determined disposition to de
stroy this family.
Some of our Legislators atCoInmbns
have not forgotten college tricks and
amusements. A few evenings since a
number of them conoluded to have some
fun at tbe expense of Representative
Thorp of Ashtabula, who is slightly af
fected with enlarged cranium, and invited
him to give some select readings in Repre
sentative Hall. A select orchestra of
claquers was organized and Thorp was
made to believe that Murdock was anti
quated. One old gentleman in the audi
ence who did not see the "ioak" was dulv.
notified by a page that he must applaud
or vacate, and soon ne was doing his level
uesi wim me oiner noys.
Mt. Vernon Republican.
The Irish famine fund started with a
contribution by tbe New York Herald, of
$100,000, is gaining accretions from other
sources, anil is likely to gather considera
ble proportions. This astounding muni
ficence from so unexpected quarter, has
brought the world to a bait, and the ap
peal for the relief of the starving Irish is
taking a deep Bold upon the public mind.
The Herald beside its donation, is publish
ing statistics ot the extent and seriousness
of the suffering, showing tbat the number
in actual distress for want of food or fuel.
or both, makes a fourth of a million. ami
the numbers are nntjml !.... i
As soon as American generosity is fairly
aroused, the forwarding of supplies, will
no doubt be gone into with great earnest
ness. A national yessel is already at the
service of the committee.
Fees of Doctors.
The foe of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in just at pres
ent. We believe the schedule for visits is
$3 00, which would tax a man confined to
his bed for a year, and in need of a daily
visit, over a $1,000 a year for medical at
tendace alone. And'one siqgle bottle of
Hop Bitters taken in time would Bave the
$1000 and all the year's sickness. Ed.
fbVaxn express their de-
It v aitus'i remedy
ng Ike food. Unlike C
it is pleasamt to take, and
tafi Morphine 8yrops it is harmless.
Csstoria regulate the Bowels, destroys
Sour Curd md Wind Colic,
sad allays XVrerishneea. What tive
health te tbe Child, promotes rest for
the Mother. Children Cry for Pitch
r'a Cestoriau It is the most reliable,
effective and popular article dispensed by
Einea Healiac remedies aave beea nsed by
has there bero known lack absolute Faia.'
relieving ageauias the
They soothe, keel, snd cure. Tier
HKAL Cats, Wounds. Galls, Old-Seres, Bro
ken-breasts and Bora Nipples ;
CUKE Pais in tbe Back. Rheumatism. Scia
tica, Lunbs-o, Nearalfia. Ear-Acbe,
Tetter, Pimples. Itch. Salt Ehsam, and
all Flesh, Bone and Hassle ailments ef
STJBDCB Inflammation and Hvellinrs;
RELIK VE Bails, Feloni.Uleers, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy ;
BXTKACT-Pain from Barns. Scalds, Stint,
Frost-bites, Sprains aad Braises. -Tbe
experience of eentaries has made tbe
Liniments, tbe most speedy and efieetiTe
curative agents for
MAN and BEAST
the world has sver known. The Centaur
bare relieved more oed-rlddea Crip
plea headed more frightful wonnds,
and aavTed more veinmble than
all other liniments, ointments, oils, extracts,
plasters and so-called "pain killers' and
"skin cares' combined.
Physieieaa and Veterinary Snrceons en
dorse tbe CerataMsr Liniments t HH
of men, women and children in all countries
nse them, and Housekeepers, Farmers,
Plsnters. Travelers, Liverymen, Teamsters
and Stock-crooers, are their patrons. They
are eleaa , they are handy, they are cheap,
and they are reliable. There is no ache.
pain, or swelling which they will not alle
viate, subdue, or care, eoia inroucnout
THE HABITABLE GLOBE
for 50 eta. and 11.00 a bottle. Trial
bottles, 25 eta.
Wei De Meyer's Treatise on Ca.
tarrh, explains the following important facts :
1. That Catarrhal Colds become
Tefsonons infection, at first local, and
2. That, being Constitutional, the infection
is beyond the reach of mere local
3. That impurities in the nostrils, are
necessarily swallowea into the stomach
and inhaled into the lungs, thus poison'
ine the Digestive, Respiratory and Genito-
ni inary organs.
1. That Catarrhal virus follows the
mucous membrane and causes Deafness,
Dyspepsia. Chronic Diarrhoea, Bronchitis,
Leucorrbeea, and Consumption.
5. That Smokes, Douches, Inhalations,
and Insoluble Snuffs, cannot possibly
remove infections inflammation from the or
6. That an antidote for Catarrh most
possess an inoculative affinity for, and the
quality f being absorbed by, the purulent
mucous wherever located.
Based upon these plain thecrlee,
Sr. Wei De Meyer s Catarrh Core
bas proved to be infallible. It not only
lieves, it cores Catarrh at any stage.
Home testimony :
Cured! Cured! Cured!
W. D. Woods, 487 Broadway, N. T., Cored of
P. I. Hasutt, 858 Broadway, N.T., 4 y 'rs Catarrh.
G. L. Bausa, 443 Broadway, N.T., 10 j're Catarrh.
S. BxirCDicT, Jr., Jeweler, 697 Broad way, N. T.
(lady friend), cured of Chronic Hay Fever.
Us. Emma C. Howes, 89 W. Washington
Square, N. T., cured of SO years Chronic
Bar. Geo. A. Rns, 169 Jay St., Brooklyn
restored me tomv ministerial labors."
Ext. CBiff. J. Jonxs, New Brighton, 8. L
"Worth ten times the cost."
Rxv. Atxx.FaES,Csiro,N.T. "It has worked
wonders in six cases In my parish.
L. y. NnmAN. SOS Fulton St, Brooklyn, cured
oi 4 years unronic laisrrn.
Has. J. Swam. Ja., 200 Warren St., Jersey
vuy, cured, of IS years unronic uaiarra.
Ac Ac. Aov Ac Ae.
A real cure for this terrible malady, is
the most important discovery for tbe relief of
human suffering, since vaccination. Wei
Be Meyer's Catarrh Care is sold by all
Druggists, or delivered by D. B. Dkwit
k Co.. 46 Bey St, N. T. for tl.50 a package.
To Clubs, six packages for S7.50. Dr.
Wei De Meyer's Treatise, with full
explanations and overwhelming proofs, is
Post-paid aad sent tree to anybody.
Importer of SCOTCH GRANITE MONTI.
lirVrna Un.,nr.. aT
ARERICAN GRANITE, MARBLE or
'Will also fill all orders for Marble.
uramte or sana-stone wora.
Office on Center street. 1466-tf
- Work done in the Bet Manner.
FRANK D. FICKINGEE,
Are lastly celebrated for turning oat the best
and most elegant styles of work in any or al
varieties of thetrade. Tbe rmssT and most
TASTara. of HARNESSES are alsogot
- , ten np at this establishment.
In STOCK,-FANCY CARRIAGES, TRACK
WAGONS and SLEIGHS in their sea
son. Agent for the celebrated
278 Main St., Ashtabula, 0.
obtaloed for new inventions, or for Improvements
in old ones. Caveats aad all pateut buelnees
promptly attended to.
INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN REJECT
ED may still. In most esses, be pstented by us.
Being opioalte the U. 8. Patent Office, and en
gagsd In PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY,
we can secure patents In lesa time than those
who sre remote from Wsabintou and who must
depend upor the malls In all transactions with
the Patent Office.
When Inventors send model or sketch we make
search In tbe Pstent Office snd sdvlse as to Its
patentability rnis or carnal Cornipondence
confidential, prices low, and NO CHARGE UN
LESS PATENT Id OBTAINED.
We refer to Hon. Postmaster General D. M.
Key, Rev. F. D. Power, to officials in the U. 8.
Pstent Office, snd especially to oar clients In
every Stste of the Cuion snd In Canada. For
special reference, terms, advice, Ac, Address
C. A. SNOW& CO.,
Oppobits Patent Owes. Washington, D. C.
J. M. WILCOX,
found a NEW snd WELL SELECTED STOCK of
Foreign fe Domeatlo
CasLmeres arid Veatings.
Also s Full sua Complete Line of .
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
and everything usually kept In a Flnt-class
A good fit
Kooa ni ana low prices
11 lh U lh Uti
Fees of Doctors. Cheap Advertising.
' NOTICE Adva titt ment of " Waistcd." "For
Sale," "La," Jtmnd." etc., not exceeding fit
line, trill be inserted inthU column, under ap
propruUe headt lor mr wrt fur ta ce-nt. Each
additional line Kill be charged ? cent.
WILL SELL 4R TRAB8 ISU acres
of land near A. A P. Depot, in village of
Rock Creek, Ashtabula Co.. O. Horses and
Burgles taken for part payment. Building
In fair condition : Orchard in good state of
FERD. CUTLER, Rock Creek.
FOR 8ALJ5 OR EXCHANGE FOR A
Farm in Ashtabula county. A Farm of one
hundred and thirty acres in Boone t'ounty'
Kentucky nine miles from t'incinnaU. much
of this farm is well set in grass. Winter sta
bling for Forty head of Horses, which are
bad at Cincinnati or Covington, at about
TEN DOLLARS a month a bead, stalls for
Fifteen Cows, brick smoke house. Ice house,
barns, carriage house, dwelling a two story
hewed log with two story frame kitchen at
tached, two orchards ol well selected fruit,
a half mile training track fenced, this farm
is well fenced, much of it witb Locust posts
and pine boards. If exchanged difference in
value will be paid or received on liberal
time. Address, or call upon,
P. W. STRADER. Sr. Ashtabula, O.
This farm is well wattered, for summer
pasture it is not excelled, A it is well known.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED AT
126 Main St., ASHTABULA,
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT THE
Lowest Cash Prices!
We possess unequalled facilities for Uua
prompt execution of
CARDS, CIRCULARS, NOTES,
BANK CHECKS, RECEIPTS
PROGRAMME TICKETS, TAGS,
STATEMENTS, BRIEFS, ate, A.
AS WKLL AS
Law Blanks of all Descriptions
James Reed & Son,
I bave Just received a Large and Cartrally
selected Stock of Goods, which I invite tbe pub
lic to examine before making their purchases
The Ladies will flad a large assortment of dress
goods. Gloves and Hosiery, ss
CHEAP as the CHEAPEST.
A one line of Hamburg Embrodery and Laces,
PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS.
Also a large Stock of COTTONADES and
CHEVIOT SHIRTING for Men's wear. A fall
BOOTS & SHOES.
I still keep that 60c. Tea which many of my
Customers declare they cannot find equaled
either in Conneaat or Ashtabula.
Thanking 'the public for the very liberal pat
ronage I have received in tbe past, I would most
respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
A. B. LUCE,
May Uth. 1879.
TO fOOOO s year, or $S to $20 a
dsy in your own locality. Nn
risk. Women do a well as
men. Many make more than
tbe amount ststed shove. No
one can fail to make monev
fast. Any one csn do tbe work. You can make
from 5'cts, to $2 an honr by devoting your even
lngs snd spsre time to the buvinest. Nothing
like it for money making ever offered before.
Business plesssnt and strictly honorable. Rea
der, if you want to know all ahoot tbe best pay
ing business before the public, send us your s
dress and we will send you full psrticulsrs snd.
private terms free. Samples worth $5 also free .
Yon can then make np vour mind for yoirself.
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awyara and clerks, for pro,e-atioti or sll aold
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turn postage sbould be sent us.
-DO) M jasawJ 3
5 & CD
S o . ca
n" m H B . W
p. z g J& o
MP 0 P
we will turn our
WITHOUT REGARD TO PROFIT.
can be had inany of our departments, .especi
ally anything in
Heavy Underwear, &c.
These goods will be closed without regard to
cost. Remember this is
FOR THIS MONTH ONLY
as we take stock soon as possible.
NOW IS CONSIDERED THE
MAKE LIVELY TIMES AT THE
ENTERPRISE TEA STORE.
WE have just received a part of our
Consisting of D. W. White & Co's. fine shoes. These goods are the best fitting
and latest style made. Among them are a full line of
FRENCH HEEL AND OPERA TOE SHOE
Made on the B. C. and D. lasts. We offer as a special bargain one case of
Woonsocket light top
RUBBER BOOTS !
AT $2.75 A PAIR.
ARCTICS and ALASKAS at cost at
e9 a. nasTirjis9
HEW CLOTHING STORE!
Next door to Thurder and Dickinson, Ashtabula House Block.
ONE CASE OF
already in stock, and more expected immediately, also 12 doien
NEW SPRING STYLES OF HATS
on the rond which will soon be opened.
Prime Goods arid Fair Dealing
cannot fail to'yleaae. Reapeotfully,
goods into money
an sin nuns
KEPLER & CO.
154 Main St., Opera House Block.
NOTICE la hereby given that the ander
slxaed has rn duly appointi-d and
quallrltfil aa Ailniimslratur with the Will
anrjfxed.on the K;ale of Isaac Sweet, de
caeU, iate of Ashtabula. Ahutijln I'ounty.
Ohio. '70-7 HENKY FA.S3KTT.
SherllTaa Special Maater Coanaulaaloa
r -al rLaads aatsl Teasaaeaia.
Athtabula Common Pleat, Sept. Term, 187
E. M. CuKTias
y Order of Sale.
Georgi Holmes. Jr., et al. )
BY virtue of an order ot sale, duly Issued
from said Court in th ahovecase to ma
directed, I will offer for sale by way of pub
lie auction at the door of the Court House,
In the village of Jeflernon, Ashtabula Coun
ty, Ohio, on Monday tbe first day of March.
A. D. lxsij, between the hours of 10 A. M. and
11 M. of said day, the following described
landsand tenements, to-wit:
Situate In tbe township cf Klngsville,
County of-Asbt&hula. and State of Ohio, said
lands being Dounaeu ana aescrioea aa fol
Known as Dart of lot number forty. (40) and
bounded as follows :
On the west by the township line ; on the
north by four acres of land In said lot No. 40.
owned by Wm. Stewart; on the east by the
center of Ashtabula Creek, and on tbe south
by the township line between Klngsville
and feheifield. It being the same lamis, (ei-
cepi ua iour ( acres belonging to w m.
Stewart that was deeded to said George
Holmes Jr.. by Sarah A, Stewart, dated
March 28, A. D, 186A, which deed la recorded
In Vol. 72, pagea sal and SU In Ashtabula
County Kecords. there beinar fortv-flve and
56-100 acre thereby conveyed.
jeruia, casn. Appraiser at I
A. W. STILES. Sheriff,
As Special Master Commissioner.
Hott Pkttibohe. Pl'tfTs Attorneys.
Sheriff's Office, Jefferson, Jan. 28, 10.
J. Sum Blyth, Agent,
Ststs of Ohio, 1
Ibstsuscb Dip astxxht, j
CotPMBTTS. Feb. 14. 188.
"TYTHTERKAS. the LIVBHPOOL snd LONDOK
TV and GLOBS Insurance Company, lo
cated at Liverpool, En eland. In tbe United
Kingdom of Great Britain aad Ireland, a For
eign Fire Insurance Company, is possess
ed or st least tne amonnt oi actual capital requires
of similar co ir Dailies formed ander the Drovisions
ef the st entitled," Aa Act to regulate Insurance
companies doing insurance business In the State
ofohio," passed April nth, 18T, and the acta
amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto,
and has deposited with the superintendent of In
surance of the State of Ohio, In trust for the ben
efit snd security of its policy holders residing la
the state of Ohio, a sum not leas than oa hun
dred thousand dollars in stocks snd secarites re
quired snd sllowed by said acts, and haa tied la
this office a certified copy of Its Charter or Deed
of Settlement, and a detailed statement of its
assets and liabilities, and evidences of invest
ments, and otherwise comolied with all the re-
Jnisitionsof said acts spplicable to foreign Fir
nsurance Companies, Partnerships and Associa
tions: Now, therefore. In pursuance of Law, I,
Joseph F. Wright, Superintendent of Insur
ance of the State of Onto, do hereby certify
that said company is authorised to transact
Its appropriate business of Fire Insurance la
this .state, in accordance with law, during the
current year. The condition and business of
said company, December 81st, 187s, as shown
by statement of Home Office made to this de
partment, is as follows :
Amount of actual paid up Capital t
Aggregate amount of available As
sets Aggregate amount of Liabilities
(except capital) Including re-insurance,
Amount of Income for the preced
ing year In cash
Amount of Expenditures for the
preceding year in cash
Tbe condition and bnslness ot the United Stste
or American Branch, December 8! at. 1879, Is
shown by statement as follows t
Aggregate amount of available assets
in' tbe United States $4,368,118.36
Agtrregste sitoont ot liabilities In the
United States, Indndlng reinsurance 230.781.45
Amount of income for the preceding
year in cash in the United States.. t,T78,7S4.M
Amount of expenditures for tbe pre
ceding year in cash in the United
In Witness WTiereof.I have hereunto subscrib
ed my name and caused tbe Seal of my of
fice to be affixed, the day and year above
JOSEPH. F. WRIGHT, Superintendent.
Not one Agent
oat of 346 appointed since the 1st of Deeembe
HAS FAILED TO MAKE money selling on
Household Necessities. Many are making as
high as $23 FEB SAT.
These Inventions sre new and bave or fTM n
ont sine December 1st. sn are already indors
ed by both Press snd Public as the most valua
ble Patents ever offered housekeepers. It does
not require sn experienced sgent to make a suc
cess of the business, as the goods sell themselves.
By writing us at once yon can have your choice
of Territory, for which we will tarnish a Certifi
cate of Agency without charge. This establish
es you in s plesssnt and profitable business, and
one that you need not be sshsmed of.
Catalogues furnished Agents free with their
nsme ana address printed on cover ss Agent for
the county sssigend them. Write for illurtrat ed
catalogue and Price List to Agents.
L. a BROWN CO
Fourth and Central Avenue,
1M7 Cincinnati, O.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. You can give the
business a trial without expense. Th
best opportunity ever offered for those
willing to wore, ion saoaia try tor
yourself what yoa csn do at the bo si
new we offer. lo room to explain here. Ton
can devote all your time or only your spar
t'me to the business, and maks great pay for ev
ery hoar tbat yon work. Women mska aa mack
as men. Send for special private tanae aad par
ticulars, which we mail free. $5 outfit free. Don't
eomulala of hard times while yoa have seh a
chance. Address B. BLALLKTT CO, Port,
land. Maine. 18SJ-8S
ALBERT RHEanAIT, Attorney and
Counselor at law and Notary publio. Omoa
with R. W. Calvin, WUlard. a Block, Aahta.
bula, Obio I5T1 tf.
REDUCTION IU" BATES !
Between amy OfHce ef this tisrsis
aad fflee of nearly all ee Meet
ing Kxpreeatea Worth, Boats,
Past aaa West.
On Currency and Cold.
over 20 to 940,
" " 40 " 0.
. 80 "
And on la'ger soma charges are proportionately
(Lowest and highest charge governed by distance.)
Packages of I lb, or less. SS ct.
" over 1 lb, to 3 lbs, i "to SO et.
' " lo, to 3 lbs, S "to 45 et.
' " Sib, to 4 lbs, US " to 60 eta.
" " 4ibe to t lbs, S "to 7 acts.
fibs to T lbs, iS "toSl.OO
On Printed Matter.
Book aad other matter wkoly la or tat,
ordared from, or sent to dealers. Ac f karges
repaid and value limited to Tea Dalian:
Package of lib cr less, , .11 eta.
" over Sis to Sib, . SO eta,
' Jlbatoilbs, . . Sicu,
When la excess of these weight, at pranor.
The foregolac ratoe or attest oae
half toraser enarsre. Bays the trajtoa
portauoa taresga to a sat
Low Rate quoted on all kinds of Para
and Dairy Hroaaeta; also, on 31suaaiac
Order for th pa re ha a of goods too re
turned by Express, receive prompt attention,
and Returns made by first Express.
Send your money and parcels by this, the
cheapest, sjalckeat, oosltlvely Hears
and aaost coavaaUcBimode of transportion.
T. J. HUDSOX, Bupt.
Fox information enq.ni re of
TOn BBS ex ROCKWELL, AGE NTH,
W. REDHEAD'S STORE.
Too will alwajs find a full supply of choice family
Groceries & Provisions
Which will be sold, for Cash, as low as at any
place in ths County. Call and examine my Goods
snd Prices bei'ora purchasing elsewhere. My
Buck consists in part ot
Sugars, Teas, Coffees Snices,
Canned Fruits, Fresh
Provender, Bran, Oats & Corn
and various other article too aaatro3t
Also A rent for the oslarhatss)
Buffalo Cream Ales & Porter.
At his old stand, corner of Mala aad Centre 8
DH of or
AO CONSTITUTION WATER
or BRIOHT'9 DTS1A9K, rfLAMAT10St
OF T4JK KlDNEys. S TONS 1M THS BLADD I- H
CATAKKH OK TI1S BJLADDKR, GT.EET, In A baV
THS. O RAVEL. BttlL'S-DtST DEPOSIT.!. fULi
HlMJD KAkNKa.H. r
Fob FsBALe CuatrLanm a ftFtoi.iVT '
Tot sale by all DrnggUt. Send tor Oreu'aW
MJA AlfcK, 69 fob C,k