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ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO
Frlilny Morning, An. O, ISHO.
tIAMKS A. AHP1KM
V.KS. CHKHTEK A. AltTlIllt,
OK KKW YORK.
Klecllon Tuesday, October 12, ltWO.
Kor Secretary of Slate,
CHAllt.KH H. TOWNHKNI1, of Alliens.
.IuiIkc of Supreme Court,
OKI). W. McII-VAINi:, of Tuscarawas,
Clerk of Supremo Court,
liWKlHT l'H(l Kl.l., of Ashlabula.
Member lloanl ruhllr Works,
H. 11. IIOBMKH, of Muskingum.
D. K. DkWOLF, of Buminlt.
A Uepubliciin l)elef;aU) Convention of
e Nineteenth Congressional Dislriolof
io. composed of the counties of Ashta
bula, (leauna, Luke, l'ortiiije and Truni
will lie held in Ihc City Hall in Warren
on Thursday the 12th day of August, 18M0,
at 11 :!(0 A. M., for the purpose of noniin
atinjr one member of Congress and one
Presidential Elector for said District; the
basis of reprcseiilatoin ill said Convention
to lie one for every K'fi voles cast for
Charles Foster for Governor In 1871), in
cuch township of the said counties, and
one additional delegate for each llnal
fraction of IK) or more, to be apportioned
umonir the several township by the Comi
ty Central Committees each township or
ward beiiij; entltleil to at least one
Upon the basis established, the rutin
ties will be entitled to the number of del
egales following, viz:
Primaries w ill be held In the several
townships of llie counties named, on Sal
urday, August "111, 188(1, between the
hours of i): and 8:00 o'clock P. M., for the
election of delegates to said Convention
the election to be by ballot, and the polls
to remain open until 8 o'clock
MUSHY 1-ASSKTT, I Ashtabula.
J. F. HcnoKIRl.il. Itnkn
K.T.C. ALliHlill. ,'lul-
J. 0. Hkattv,
III pursuance of the foregoing call, Ihc
ltepublican electors of Ashtabula comity
will meet in their respective township
at the usual place of holding elections, on
Saturday, August 7th, 18H0, between the
hours ofjl) and 8 o'clock P. M., and pro
ceed lo elect BO delegates to represent
them In the (.'(invention to be held at War
ren ut the time slated und for the purpose
aforesaid. We recommend that the choic
of delegates be madu by balloll. On the
basis of represent at ion established, tho
several townships of Ashtabula county
will lie entitled to the number of (1
gales follow ing :
('berry Valley.. ,.
WAHHKN 1'. Hl'K
i om. tor
COUNTY NOMINATING CONVENTION.
The Republican voters of Ashtabula
Counly, am hereby rcqucslod to meet at
the usual places of holding elections ill
their respective townships, on Haturday,
August 7lh, 18HH, between tho hour ol il
o'clock and 8 o'clock P. M., ami then and
Du re elect by ballot, one. bundled and
thirty one Delegates to lliu Ashtabula
County Republican Convention, to be held
at the Court House in Jellcrson, on Alon
day, August tub, 18.mii, commencing at
11 :;ill o'clock A.M., of said day, mid ut
w hich time and place the following coun
ty olllcers will be placed III nomination,
1M COUM 1HSIOK Kit.
(INK l.SKIUUAUY DlltKCTOII.
The delegates to said Convention will
lie chosen on the basis of one delegate for
every 48 Republican voles or fractions of
25 or over, cast for Charles Foster for
Governor of Ohio, In Ashtabula county in
The several townships am entitled lo
delegates, us follows:
Ashtabula 12 Monroe d
Andover -V Morgan A
Auslinbiirg .5 New Lyme B
Cherry Valley.... II Orwell 4
Colebrisik H l'lerpollt S
Vonucaut 11 Plymouth 2
Denmark 2 Richmond H
Dorset 2 Rome 8
Geneva 12 Savhrook 4
Hnrperstleld 4 ShVmeld 8
Hurtsgmve 2 Trumbull 4
Jetferson 8 Wayne 4
Kingsvllle II WillianiHfleld ... 8
Jauiox 8 Windsor 4
In addition to the delegates, the Repub
licans of each township will elect a nioui
Is r ol the Com ty Republican Ctiiuniillee,
and rcart his name lo the Convention
with the credentials ol delegate.
At the nriinorv meetinifs in the several
tewushlpa for the election of delegates,
the noils are to Ikj onened bctw. ru the
hours of 8 and 4 o'chs k P. M , and in uo
case to be closed until 0 I'. At., and
there are to be delegates selected at the
same lime and places, to attend the Judi
cial and Congressional Couvcutions,
trust the Republicans of thu county will
till o to the poll uud jiui Ik ijudc in the
Imnnrtant rmln nf ac-lwMlne; rli lie-t'
fully and fairly represent our party at
the several Itcptililican Convention to ue
held. K. 11. l.KllNAIII),
W. P. Sl'KNCKH,
W. V. Hahkkm.,
A. II. HllWI.KY,
epublican Kxculivc Coininillee, Ahla
hula I onnty.
Jefferson, Ohio, July 14, 1880.
Announcements under tills heiul will be
charged fa, and cash. In all eases, should
accompany llio order.
The name of Cspt. E. F. Masnn is an
nounced as a candidate for the office of
.'onnly Kecordcr, subject to thedecision of
the Republican County Nominal ing Con
vention. The name of A. U. Houghton w ill lie
-esented to the coming ltepublican Coun.
ty Convention, as a candidate for Hecord-
Annoi'Xckmknt, The friends of 15. H
Piff.r, of Hock Creek, believing him to be
eminently fitted for filling the place of
County Recorder, authorize us to announce
his name as a candidate for that office,
iihjcct to the aelir.n of the Republican
Rock Creek, July 26, 1880.
Axxorsi i.MKNT. Relieving that II. II.
Grover, of Ilartsgrove, Is well adapted to
fill, with credit to himself and the Coun
ty. the office of Recorder, you are
hereby authorized to announce his
name to the voters or the County as
landidate for that office, subject to the
action of the Republican Counly Conven
Hartsgrove, July 26, 1880.
The name of W. II. Crowell will lie pre
sented to the Republican County Conven
lion as a candidate for re election to tho
otllcc of County Auditor.
Gen. Ben Ilutlcr, it is announced, will
make another dash for the Gubernatorial
office of the Ray State in the coming cam
Coiincclicut is a big state for a little
one. Jlurshiil Jewell IB cnairiniiii oi um
Republican, and Mr. Hishop of the Demo-
eiutic National Committees.
In f.iutiittr abooi for ihc oblect of Dr.
Tanner, in his foity days fast, an exchange
thinks it may have something to do with
a project for shilling a country newspa-
per. That is undoubtedly the case.
Hkithucas PitiMAiii'liS next Saturday
evening. Let no llcpuuncan lau 10 ruai
his volo between r!, and 8 o'clock. Let
tho delegations be the choice of a full ex
prcssion of tho voters of the respective
Dr. Tanner dies it should be one of
the consolations onus (icaui oco, """ I
. . . i .i i.i 11...1
man, shall have his body for permanent
embalmment, to be looked upon will! ad
miring wonder all along the ages.
The letters of accentoncc of the Demo.
cialic candidates arc about what might
have been expected. Gen. Hancock's con.
sisls chiefly of a few unmeaning plati
tudes, while Mr. English's Is Ilia coarse
cll'usion of a dved-in -the-wool Democrat
of the old Pro-Slavery times.
"It Is sttya Gen. Hancock "n vital
I.. ...... U.. (Lot m.ltlwrlYnlld
...... ... "... "..". ....
nor lorce must be niioweii m suoven u.e
rights of the people."
And yet we have reason to believe that
Gen. Hancock will get some forty elector
al voles by means of fraud and force, In
those stales w here the dcmociacyof num
bers is in the hands of tin: colored vot
Gen. Garfield and suite, embracing Mar
shal Jewell and various nieniljers of Con
gress, took a special train from Geneva, on
Tuesday afternoon last, for New lork,
where a grand demonstration was to lie
made ill I lie way of a reception. All the
clubs of tho city were expected to meet nud
greet him, and the old veterans arranged
for a serenade, and Gilinorc's Hand was to
pi ii vide the music
The New York h is evidently getting
anxious and repudiates Hie democratic no
tion of General Hancocks peculiar avail
ability usii candidate,!))' protesting against
anv "military nonsense ill tho campaign,"
and by informing the democratic leaders
Ihut they must make up their differences
ut once or loan Iho election. It says that
Ihey "may possibly eluct Hancock if they
are thoroughly united. Hut all llie super
fluous strength they have lo thruw away
could lie contained ill a lady s thimble.
As the delegates to
II thu Republican
Conventions for which calls are Issued are
to be elected next Saturday evening, and
the delegates to the Congressional uud Ju-
dicial Conventions before tho delegate to
the County Convention, we would urge up-
on all Republicans in tho County tho im-
nortance of attending early. The emigres-
sional and Judicial deleiratci are to be
elected between the hours of S and 8, and
the County delegates at 8 r. u. The meat-
imra should all be orcanized by 7 r, .,aiid
as much earlier as may be desirable.
The writers ,.n a non lmrtlzan llewsna
per have uo show. While the organ! of
the dilferent parlies may be fllled Willi
mil Hi. ill mud. tho Independent impel
must give only llie news. Theru is, how.
ever, onewmsoling thought. There are no
political editor! ill licaveu. Derrick,
We have always inpposcd that the poi-
lllvo prevailed In the belter world that
ueutrul editor! were cluaaed with thing!
neither hot nor cold ejected from tlm
slomuch, spumed, uuked up uud thrown
oft", with disgust and abhorrence Yet
wo never thouirht of our ftieud of the
Derrick In that category.
All lliu illiilmniuy Hint lissbwiilmiunlit
lo bear ujuin Turkey liy tliu powi'i'H of Ku.
rope, stiuiu lu Unvu liL'en tlirowu swuy. All
llie ovt-rtures Hint were sulmiilU'il by tlio
Inilf ilo.cn iinwiiis, anil which, it was run.
('Unlet!, li ixl hruiiirlit lliu Eastern nilMillim
to uu arriuigcmi'iit with the Porto, Turkuy
now nfuses to revogniKC Thu On-ik
kounilary seems to bu the (Kiiut of illlU-
cully. The Bulliin cannot accept their
nieillaiion, as It involves a surrciulry,
Which Hi i-V litivo uo lluht to ik'iniuiil.
ivply of Ilia I'ortn la ilrrlant, anil it
In' not a I ill lo HiiiKiilnr II tliti powers
allow tlir nisdvi's to hp put inl"
a posture liy a bankrupt Korornmenl.
will, tliPirfnre, probably, be n
for review ami perhaps lo recede
buck ilown, unit's Turkey shall cotne
the conclusion that an agreement on
port of the power may not be
The Democratic Slate Convention, hehl
Cleveland, last Thursday, nominated a
sure to be knocked endwise next
as follows: For Secretary of
William Lmg, of Seneca; for Judge
Supreme courl, Martin Follet of Viash
inglon; tor Clerk of Supreme court, Rich
ard J. Fanning, of Franklin; for Memlier
board of public works, William J. Jack
sou, of Miami; for Commissioner of Public
schools. James J. Hums, of Belmont: for
Ecleclorsat. larire. Kufus P. Ranney, of
CiiYahoea, and John F. Follet of Ilumil
Hancock is engaged in an unprosperoiis
litigation. He is suing a hotel keeper.
for a stolen corset but for jewels of
ho was robbed while boarding. He
estimates ho whole loss at about fifteen
thousand dollars. Ilia share of diamonds
gulden trimmings was abiut twelve
dollars, Ins wife's less than three
hia daughter's in the neighborhood of
hundred and fifty. Hancock the super)
deserves more jeweled adornments than
feminine appendages. We venture to
that his corset is more expensive and
elaborately embroidered than theirs,
supposing of course that corsets are em-
Dr. Tanskr iM'gan the llfltli day of his
at noon on Monday, Aug. 2d, and as
began the last live duys of his fast, he
xpressed himself as pcrfi ctly confident of
succeeding In his task. He complains of
weakness, and says his stomach is in a
very bad condition. Ho takes filtered
Croton, in small quantities of an ounce or
two, and sometimes mixes it with carbonic
acid water. He is occasionally taken
with slight nausea and retching, and
small portions of mucus aro thrown off.
rides lor a couple of hours twice a day
the nark, walks un stairs to his room
sleeps for a half hour or an hour at
time peacefully. His head and hands lire
frequently tmllieti. irruaoiiiij seems ...
grow upon mm, an.i nis wa.cners ... .r ...
ircqueimy oe aomo,s,.u .. cm....
llieir whisperings and other disturban
General Hosecrans was well acquainted
with General Gartlcld. and in inmeral
dors No. 281, dated at Chattanooga, Icu
nessee. October 10. lHlllI. ho said
Hriiradlcr-Genellll J. A. Garllclcl lias
been chosen by his fellow citizens to retire,
sent thcin in Ihc councils of the nation
His hi nil intel ligence, spotless Integrity
business capacity, and inorougn ncquaiui
r 1 K 1 L ( n iiiinui nil- iinui, nin l
9l,rvi(.eH, if r,)a!ii,0, ,oro valuable
,,0 country in Congress than with us.
Reluctantly yielding to this consideration
the mineral commanding relieves mm
from duly us chief of slalf. In doing
returns his thanks to General Garfield
tor the invaluable assistance he lias ren
dered him by wise counsels and assiduous
labors, us well as for his irallantry, good
liidL'incnt and elllcieucy ill the battle of
Gen. Roaecrans thus accounts, for the
resignation of Gen. Garfield of his post
In the Held for one in the House. Ho
had been chosen by Ills fellow citizens lo
renrcsent them III tho councils of the
, ,.. ,i,, I, ,,,,,1 ImllitM Mil
imuou - -
for the welfare of lilts country, than per,
haps anyone else, while that in tho Held
light he by some one not thu equal of
Garfield as a ttatcsinan. lie obeyed the
wishes of his constituents, and his course
was approved by his country at large
Tho Invectives, therefore, cast upon bun
by a county contemporary, go for noth
ing, but the gratification ol u wayward
Goou rnk 2!i,000. There seems lo he
pretty st rung uoiifidcnc among well-ill
formed Republicans, that Ohio will roll ii
majority for Garfield and Arthur of hot
less than 25,000. An interview by a Jirr
aid reporter, willi (Jen, Keifer of the ih
District is to litis effect! Tliu Ueneral is
well oosled, and his recent, nomination
has giyon freedom lo his range of thought,
He arivod In Washington on Tuesday last,
and delivered himself on thiswise:
Qurlleld'a majority would exceed Fos
ter's, for the reason that hwing was
hard man lo beat, for (he reason that he
had the Oreonhackors at Ins hack, which
had It not been for the Issue raised by the
extra session, might have oleeleu him.
That issue will be again raised, for we
cayn.it let the Democracy off without aub-
milting the same question involved in
that issue, thu declaration that they
would wipe out the Just vestige of the war
legislation and Ihroatuiuu), Ihut unluM
they ware allowed to do this, tlioy would
block the wheels of (toverumeut by Uuiiy
hie appropriation! for lis expanses, That
position was found to bo llulu rank bd
high toned, t be tolerated, aim iicuus
their efforts lo take 1 back track. Out it
was too lulu. The mischief had been done
and Its effect! could not be escaped. '
As to Indiana, il was admitted to Im
close slate, but this wai ill ite favor,
When times were hard and the farmon
apprehended further dlstrcai from re.
auiuption, objections to the policy of the
administration were raised, although fal
lacious, Hie effect was not to bo denied.
What wo fealw! to be a curso, turned out
to be a blessing. Tho stringency that was
feared only gave place lo tlnanelnl ease
and plenty- THe Democrats made war up
oil National banks, and how do they aland
by tlinir pniitions? Thoy have placed upon
the tail of lhulr uk;ut, one who is nearly
the bruins of It, Sir. tyiglkl of Indiana,
who is a type of .National bank ueu i4
ruuresents an idea that tho people vera
launlit at lliat time, was evil and fruuglil
wilh danger, Will that be forgotten r
These tilings will lata their !fe4 ill I"
disna as elsewhere, and leave tlm Indiana
Democrats in vury muoh of a muddle,
On the other hand the Icpiiblu:as aro in
tliu host ponitloii po asihlo fur entering lulo
the caiupuign. The uuforlmiMl l'lne t
the tliluv is tht the aamliiUles Hut
siie.li as to In ing any enthusiasm lo War to
meet Ihf. ilifllculiies among which they
tlul thoiusclvca placed.
A common and rather Insldiinii mode
approach to a political opponent Is the
position "we want a change. Vt here a
has been in power for some lime, it
force to this mode of approach. In
npinlnni of these reasonera, the Rep
ublicans have held the reins of Government
enough, and should now make way
the other fide. Such change may be
desirable where an improvement is promis
ed and prohablo. Hut in applying this
to tho present oampaign, is there
anything in the record of the Democratic
that warrants the assumption or an
impiovement in the administration of pub
lic affairs? If wo reason from the pasl,
we hope for the future? In a radical
change of administration, such as would
follow llie election of Hancock and En
glish, would I he elTuet on business and
business men be such as any Republican
wish for and desire! Pulling
all merely political considerations,'
should we not thoughtfully ask ourselves,
whether it would be lo our interests to as
sist in bringing about such a change?
Well informed men do not need to be
that there is a great difference between
Democratic and Republican parlies,
tliis: the Democratic party end its rep
resentatives in congress, have no fixed fi
nancial polity. Il has drifted about with
every wind of doctrine, on this subject,
the last ten or fifteen years. The only
steadfastness or consistency it has shown
been the steadiness of lis opposition to
measures adopted by the pnrly in pow
er, subseiiucnlly aiinrovintr what there
no chance longer to oppose.
There is perhaps, no fact better known,
than this, that when the Issue of green
backs was forced upon the government by
exigencies of the war a Democratic
necessity I fiat issue was met by llie Ims.
tilitv of the Democratic party, on the
ground so often taken, of unconstitution
ality. That was supposed lo be the
stronnest objection that could be urged.
took, however but a few years, (or the
parly to get rnu nd to the position, that
there was nothing so desirable and o'
course so constitutional as this very same
unconstitutional money, and they clam
ored fur it! issue in the time of peace.
Hard money candidates were nominated
soft money platforms, uud Iho same
ticket presented men of diametrically dif
ferent views. The policy was hard money
the cast and soft money in llie west,
and the financial phases of the party show
ed as many colors as that provurbtal coat
the favorite son.
While it pretended to be in favor of
resumption, it brought all its opposition to
bear UL'ninf t the act for fixing a dale for
resumption to take effect. The failure of
resumption, like tho fuiluro of the green
back during tho war, were prophesied with
certainty that-was next to inevitable,
While the government was usi.ig every
means in it! power to prepare for rusnnip.
tion on tho day fixed by law, it was obse
quiously courting the alliance and support
of a faction of wild theorists, whose ideas
reduced lo practice, would hare made
resumption impractable, flooded the coun
try with a depreciated, and constantly de
predating paper money, which ill tho end
would have ushered in repudiation and its
concomitant national dishonor.
Resumption, was therefore, a success.
and the concentration of Democratic op
position went for nothing. The accom
plished tact was accepted, accepted as were
uuuepttd lio amendments of the consul u
lion, the aljolilion of slavery, utp,
It proposes now to unihiluto national
hanks, and as a means lo that end it has
selected llie heud of a uiflional banker for
fllliinr llie caudal portion of its ticket.
Thus we are enabled to track the party
which since the war has had Uo financial
policy. Il has none now.
la there anything lu the record of such
a party that promises improvement with
a change of administration. The Repub
lican party on llie oilier hand has followed
a steady and consislant financial policy,
The government was taken by them from
thu hands of the ilciMourulii: parly, when
its credit "U so low that it could not
make a small loan ul a lusa discount than
loinc twelve perecnl, WVtlwv Is t''
range of ilsurcdit? J he nuances havu been
managed even with an enormous public
debt, willi its principal and interest ua
count to take care of, that Its four per oent
bonds are at high premium, und sought
for at that, ami millions of privutu funds
go into them as an investment.
Al no lime tin vu the revenues ol the
government been soiiiioiicinlnillly oulleoted
and at so small a pirueiitag.i of bias, Tile
public service is efllcient and heulthy III
all il! departments, and the system upou
which it. is uilminislereil, is as near per
fect as it is possible for such affatrs to be.
This, then, is the government which
we af e U)ge4 IP change for ono which has
judicata.! up nau,Ul fi'dicy, and the de
parture of which can oply )jis fragffo and
uncertain prejudicial tq the jqtereifts
and wwlfurp of the country.
When we take into M.'oui)t ilpit ll the
dcpuituiriilsof the n epd untried gny
rriiiuent will be HIM with horde l hun
gry spoils-men, the oiiestjun pulurally
uriws, is lint such a change surrounded
Willi perils such ss no viviliicd people will
be wise in experimenting with?
Mr. TlUleil, nolwislinlii tlia liiiiiiiim.
tion has been carried of liy another, sarins
to be the man of the day Ihe ohnloe of
the Democracy of Xow York. The ' ratirl
untiou meeting the oilier nihl, proved
that lluiiunck had outlived his lioiim, and
things were settling back upon the man
with the burl. The ratification meeting
was all anti-Tammany deinointratii'ii an
answer to the delimit course of tho Kelley
fun! oii a glorification of Tilden. A stran
ger U)ighf have uometo the conclusion lha
Tilden ws tle nniuinrj; qf i)o paft T. ' Thp.
ffew Vrk J'il'IfH )-:-4''nv ' WMi'
vis was mentioned, ali) (lie few ii)ciil.ciilu
alHiims lo Ifaiionck war pnlUly recefvei).
(lilt Ultla tiiiiiisin Wa lown in any
part of tlio pfiwdingi, ascopp fur Til
lieu, A more filling rvceutK')) h( UW
ili litial saiididat al a lanflcaliun iii'i'ii)g
Wh lieyer Ultre willitaaril. 'f mroail
even fuiv.it lo cheer fur Hanoixk in llieir
desire to ff;e upon tie juftiatei) candidate
lu thin his first uppLumucc slnc'n the uaji,
187U, where he ppared in the bal
conies of the same theater, at a non-political
Kill hering. There is nolhlng In Han
cock I o rouse a Democraliu cheer. The
aveiaire democrat does not care for a Union
General, however brave he may have been
twenty years sgn. The parsding of one of
Hancock's old military orders, falls to
arouse emotion ; ami when tho iiiqus.it i ve
lemocratlc voter finds what it was al)
almut, he complains that he Is not interest
ed in what happened in Louisiana In 187U.
Therefore, they said Let us hurrah for
Ilut;Tildeu has his triumph. He has
appeared from Hie. mismanagement of his
friends in the convention and he has been
welcomed with vast applause. He has
appealed from the insolence of Tammany,
llie leaders of old Tammany sulk,
bss another triumph in store for him,
when in November Ihe Democrats fold
their defeated banners and Tilden will
"I told you so."
A few days since, Dr. L. A. Baldwin, of
Montville, was thrown from bis horse,
fracturing his collar Wone. The fracture
was successfully reduced by l)rs. r S.
Mr. O. li. Canfield bad the misfortune,
Monday evening lust, to be kicked by
horse, "while backing a wheelbarrow
load of glass inlo his barn. Both bones
one leg were broken below the knee,
one of them In Iwo places. The fractures
were reduced by Dr. O. Pomeroy.
Judge Sherman was greeted by a crowd
ed audience at the Opera House, last Hun
day evening, and, an usual with him,
made a most eloquent address, taking
strong and radical ground in favor of the
abolishment, by legal, as well as moral
means, of the 'liquor-trufflc. Tho audi
ence testified their appreciation by chaw
attention and frequent applause, and by
vote of thanks at llie close.
LArinoN-TnNw York City, .Inly 1t. Rev. 8py-
im.nr I.hiiiIdii. aued thour K1 llie iteceaatm
nitin uucli; to Wm. II. Lanriun.oi Kdt Ach-
Little Nerve Pills,
MEN AfSD WOMEN.
Tery nervoH prrnn should try Cutter Little
Nerve I wliitli are nude specially (or tliie
who sul.tr (n..i Hi rviU'.nctis., bk coldness,
Nervous nnd Sick 1 1 caliche, We;.k Str.in;idi,
lJyii-.A.'P'.Ki. I..(H;:cstlr)-,; c. They may be u cd
alimc! or In cumtiiniilion with (,:iricr LitUe
Liver l'illi. and In cither cmc Mf II r.ve nnwt
prompt and grateful relief. Pyrpt, a maltca
you Nervous, and Nervousncsn M'1' i-'-peptic
; eilUcr one renders you uiaeraUi:, aud
tin chttlo pillcure Imth.
l'ria, 15 LWia, bald by Druggliti of sent by
CARTER MEDlglNECO., New York
NEW HORSE BOOK.
A Treat Iho on the Home ft ml
About 0,000 )mve already betn told la a fhort
time, at tlm low pricu ofliS cenW, or flv copies,
$1. And every one who ices It prononnces It
thu beet book ever published for the price, and
ninny Claim ll lo ne worm innjiuau uuum un
u li u li ilitv Iihvi' iiaid MJt ami Aid.
Send 'J r.'nta In n tarn na or currency to the
THLKf.HAPli, AtfhUhii.a, O., for a copy. It
ultfc ttio best treat nienl rpr an untpUHUi: niiw
fine eiiiravinifH. n how inn noeltlona airHtirtied by
uitk hor-uH bettor than cn be Uucht in any
other wavi a talde fhowinu domett oral( lu priu
elpul inedieiiuw uned for tho homo, aa well aa
their em-cti. ana antldolcf wnen a poieoni a iari;i
cnllofltton at VAIA1AULK KKCKIPT8. rulua to
tfllluif the aa or a homp, with an eiiKruvinir
HhouTnir teeth of unr.h vear. and a Mrim amoirit
of niher valuable hnrae Information. Hiindreda
of horuemen Itnvo uronouiieed It worth more than
hookcoiln,i ASttud Alu. The fact thai SIUO.OUO
Hold In about one year, uhuwa the hearty approv
al with which the nook nieuta. u.
Hold by Thlirbor Jt Co., ftlld O. 'R. 8wlft.
AhIiIuuuIu, und 1'uiHUHll, KlllKVlUo.
-NOTI( Kto CODNTRV INVALIDS
"Thkatinb on Nkkvoih iKBiLiTV.,,--A warn
Inn: voice to Youth and Munhood aeut In philti
tea led envelope on receipt ol two Hp tanipft,
(Uvea advice and Instruction by which thotiMtndt
have beun rentitrud to health after all other rem
edies had failed. W ritten ecneclallv lor thone
iilTf rtnar Nervoua and Kpeclal dipeavea renultlti
from enervatlnif ha tuts and indiscretion, ircav-
Ketll by conupoiideueti a 8M yean specialty and
rlptlyVonjdenilal. 00(- teetlnvmlalP raritri
recponttllde pprtonp. " Ailuretis, "JK ' JtJitN
ti l I Ml
liy JfVUItV PliSUllU'TlUN KXBCUTKD AT
BOQk & Job
AT TUB BHOUTEST mmvH 4tB Af TflB
Lowest Cash Prices J
We potsess aiteqimlM rflllll(i tif ll
proiDit execullea or
I'AMrill.KTH, TOSTKns. "
I'AKIlS. eiHCt'LAIts. NOTES,
. HANK CHECKS, HEOEIPTS
, HBl)(HAMllt Tll'KKTB, TAOS,
. ' ' ' ' Jfi fa '. '. ,
Law Blanks of all PescrlptApnt
' i i ,
James Itcetl & Hqh
TnfttrnrtlonthoToiiBh. Oo d moral and wllirioiti
li)t1in"tion. K.twrm vury lnw. Tuition In tlm
AriultmilR litmrtinMit only 1 .OO iMr Uarm.
Mnrn than tlfty vnuiiR moil nro now fn utttMidftiire
vhiiM board, rnnui-itmt auU Incidental. do not
coit mor' than 74 a year.
Fivo Poiwrtmentft, Arndomln, ThpnlnciPiu,
Cnininroll, Art and Mimic. In the Aoadt'nilo
fniir cnursoH, ('laRKlrnl, Hctpntino, I'hHiwoi'iil
cnl, mid Normal ; U'nidc Kim-tire Htudtri und
;mirMi, nnnuumi incnunu, and
fine nnw butldinua. Huttton lnntniRtnrti. Kail
mi CftnimoiiriH nrnt Wednesday in Bepwwuer.
For Catalogues tend to
Pre. D. H. J. Ill Hull, r C. 1. II US, 8ec'r.
Ml. HOLYOKE PLAN.
The 901a year will open
Term for trliool year. $170; tor a ilmttrd number
looking forward In Chrisi Inn work ind needlnff
.ftinc, a fKuUttiil'i fund ! avallaluiu, Htud
MISS 1IKMZX rKAliODV,
Oxford, llutler Co,, ,
Al'TtNIllIBO. O., .1. TTCKEHMAN. Ph.
l'rlnclpsl. FALL TEUM ol la weeks bun In
TUESDAY, AUG. 16
TUB PLACE TO PKKPAUB FOR TEACHING,
THE PLACE TO PHKPAHE FOR COLLKOE
THE PLACE TO PREPARE FOR BUSINESS,
THE PLACE TO STUDY MATHEMATICS AND
Tl,n nlnp. tn .rilr H (IITIfl Atlll UrSC.tlrHl ,'llllCS
Hull hi lliw HlinrUi.t tltnu anil at lha luasi ihi.I-
bla exptlife. Sand for cstalorua. vt-wn
ZHH$YVtM FIMALH C0LLEQ!. PITTS -URGH.
Iviiclit' -'"y plated en liij'h, eslentdva p round at,
snv J. urn city iurt a-d ttiiioke, buprtorj
J.i. ii'iy, Kf',1 f irnifnetl jt 'rat ry. and vuluabla'
ci'IVetititi m mii- r-i a und Inverp-ln utca forl!l a,
tr attnif 1 tiatv of Nat uml Heir nee. Next tertu n-iiB
hoyto. Utu. t r c laiofjne, f-rnm. Ae. addreaa:
l.LL. i'iiLLEXULAU. iVraukat,
Imnortor of SCOTCH ORANITK MONU
M KNT, nd Manutaoturor of
Alii:iiI4 AN 1.UAM I I!, ilURBLB A
TO HN'l on K.
Will alao till all ordem for Marble
Granite or Hand-atone work.
Office on Center Btrect. UUtl
ir H'orft Ume in th Best Muulr.'kM
GEAY'3 SPEOIFIO MEDICINE.
TRADE MAK The OreatTRADC
udv. Au uniaii- ft
itngcnre tor He. n- 9
iiial Weakneia. 4
all diBuaBUB that
f pi low aa a ae-
verml LflBtltudo, In tliu JUQk Dlmnera of
viion. rruniatiire out aifi anq mntiv otner aie
oatieB that lead to Jnaanlty and (Jonaiimptlon,
and a premature grave. Kail particiilara la oar
pamphlet, u hi uli wo dealre to otnid free to ovory
onu. f"The Hpecillc Medicine In aold by all
drujfKinti at $1 per paekago, or Big paokajfoa for
i-t. or will bo neut iruu bv null on reoeiut of the
money by addruBing, The (irmy JTfedlflue
o.- No. 1(1, MeohanluB' block, Detroit, Mich
-"Hold In Aabtabuta, aud ttvery where by all
drnjf' t at a. 16H1HHJ1
AT W. REDHBAD'H STORE.
You will always Aud a fall supply of choice family
Qrogeries & Provisions
Which will be fojd, for Caah, aa low at apy
place lp the Oqiiiity. Call and uamtin) hiy qojtd
and 1'rlpea befofo pirclmriinK i;r)ewlit:rn. My
Ulrrlr oivnaliit In nsrl Af klin.ira 'l!.,s. ni.r.Ua
ai'jopa, cAimpPFRPiTs. .
OATH AND OOHH,
and yartaita other artlplea tqo nunieroua to men?
llun. Also km for the iwlebratod UuQulo -
Croam Ales & Porter
At bla old stand, corner of Main and Centra fit.'
40 eONSTITUTIQN WATER
CHHKS HKhilt'j'9 I)lSbAbK-INJ(;AKATinN
TOli K IN TIIK III.
ATA If If H I) K TFIK lli,AIH(li III KKI'
iMlil lAl'l' l llll.
pop Feuiu (i(mrMiNt) aHpicAi,TT
Vor Brit hv all I)ni jlm. baud for Circular,
Real Estate Agency.
WK havo aim. deslreable home, nod lots
ror sale anil to rent, both In town and
at the Harbor. Aud tho following farms for
a'inatirtrillifc frttm II'M',
t . . inn
I'Tewlth fnlr farm buildings
in IIIHK In ,l.u ini a, of
S'ni.WlelA. ClieHM anil UnMviily'i" I'mM I
''A lar.n of lau aorns. I'lmul uullillnga and
evi'iVtMng In Hie '"'"t oroK HllUiltod' oil
the Ceiilfr Ton hetWtJen t'ohnettiit .nil Plei
pont. I'rU'eM.ilW.' ' ' '
' i funu of HW eros with good hnlldings
about n nillt'a front Aslifaliiilu on file l'l.
Siotilh KW. ' " ' "
A lurin tf 75 acres wlh good hirin hnlldtnge
1 lha ')e.;f ;T Ash'lni oil g.huh (ti.jKe.
'Also ReffTHi Vtiir.. iiwnnW r.5)- iunV Horfur-
jyj.' l,iil J i:)"!)?')! luj
'''-.-J :4:'rf "rt 4 1 ....
"'J.': j 'A' : 5 H r f. 4 j
Sll Kill I V na Hpmdul Mmtir rnmmlHalonor,
toile ol r,tniln tunl Tenement, Aalitn tmln
(iiniiiou f leitM. iMi.y Term. ikm)). ltiriixev n.
Meieulf i.unhiNt h niiicla K. llurnioii, rt hI.
rlor ol Hole Hy vlnue of mi order ufHl.
(Inly IxNUt'd from hhIi) ('(iiirt, In the nlxtvo
vnv U tiui directed, will oiler for vale by way
publlo aiietloti nt the door of lha Court
iH.iine.ini toe viiittKe or jeneron, Aihiaituia
tunny, imiio, on
Monday, the ftA dny nf Brptemhrr, A. . I KM),
between tho hour of ut lit in, and 14 in, nf
ttiilil dny. the lollnwlnic deMenbed IhihIm and
leueim nut, lo wit : Hitimte Iti the vlllaue of
iilahnin. county or AHliinbiila and aUite of
lo. und known AM belli ir linmiileil uml iiin.
cribiHl nn followa, to wit: t'onnnenettiK on Iho
in crmi corner ol to called Coleman lot, now
resided upon by auld KninUira In Runt Villa;
thence norih lll r ; went nlnna tha north
line or land rorniflrly owned by one William
JtHrtrum lour (1) and H Mm ehaloa toiiorth
wewt corner of aald Hnrtrnm'i lit n da : thence
tb U 7' w. lit B, line tiaiallel to Hit. w Hum
oMttmlH do. ded by nald y run torn to Albert
tmrnion, aoout a cnnioa w the aouth line or
land now owned and occupied hy one Mm,
Wilkinson, and nno to n point In aald Wll
klnnon'a aoulli llnr. attimicl four (4 nnd K7-
Itaichalna woul from north went corner of
Kald Albert Mnrmon'e IhiuI ; thence went
aloiiK mid north line of nald Wllklnnon a
land about live i.t cliHlna to a do nt therein
tinted elmina cant trotn enl line of Albert
hihi twei irude tturinon a lioinealead landi ;
thence aouth 0 V weal In a line pHrnlleil to
the aforesaid eaat line of Albert and (lertrude
itarmon a homcnt'ad landa about 81 chatna
the north line of the Klde road ; thence
easterly uIoiik north line of aald road to place
beKlnnlnK- exccptliiK and reaervlni from
wald U we r I bed premlHca of A. O. tilddliiK
and the ho railed Coleman lot, con tain Ing ono
ijiiiKi iw-nw ncrea oi ianu, now rcniaeu upon
y anld a ran torn which nrcmlMea are not In
cluded under thla montage, the balance of
nurvey after the aforetmld rcnervalton coi.
talnlhK about (hi) aixteen ncrea of .and.
icriiia eann. AppriitHeu at .
A. W. HTILKH, HherlfT,
aa Hpeclnl MaHter CotntnlMloiicr.
Hall HroH., IMalntltt'a Attorney.
BherlWa Office. Jctrcraon, Aug. , IkhuT
SH KRI KF aa Hnectal Master C'ommlaaloner,
Hale of IandR and Teneinenta, Abb tabula
Common Fleaa. Janu'y Tern" "KO. Wll-lniu
w. itay airninRi wiiiiam . jivpr. Altua
order of Hal. Hy virtu, .n an order of aale
duly latftied from Kald court In the above cane
to me uireciea, i win ouor lor Rate by way or
nnmc nucLion at ine (iHr oi me court nnnxe
e the Vlllaite of JuiterMm. Aahlubula oountv
Monday, the 6th day of September, A. D. 1HXM.
between the houra of 10 a m. nnd 12 in. of
said day. the following described landa und
lenrnicntft, to wit: Hituate in mud county or
AHKtabuIa, and Htatc of Ohio, to wit : titiK In
the lowmthlpof Andover. and known aa the
eaat half of lot number thirty-one (31), except
llfty ('til) acrca deeded by one KraatUNHtlllmatt
to one H. M. Warren, and excepting thirty
(:tu) acres deeded by said James UUI to one J.
Terms uuab. AppraUed nt 9
A. W. HTILKS. ghertff,
aa Special Mauler Commissioner,
('. 1. Alner, I'lalntlrTa attorney. g-g
Hherlfl'a office, Jeftcraon, Auf. 4th, Ihwo.
SI1KHIFF aa HpecUl Maxtor Commalnner,
Hale of lands and tenement a. Ashtabula
Common 1Ihi, May tenn.lHHO. Charlotto
Heard, aKttlntit Thoinaa McKwon, et. al. Or
dcr of aale:
Hy virtue of nn order of aale duly laaued
from said Court In the above case to me di
rected, I will ofl'cr for (tale by way of publlo
auction at the door of the Court Houae. In the
village of Jeircraon, AKhUtbula County, Ohio,
on Monday the tthi day of AugUHt. A. l. iHHO,
between the hour of 10 a. m. and 12 M. of
Raid day. the billowing described lauda and
Itclng situated In tho township nt Ashtabu
la, County of Ashtabula and Ktate of Ohio, '
nnd known aa being located at ARhtabnia
Harbor, and bounded aa followa: On the
North by landa of Hubbnrtl and Hulbert; on the
east by landa of Mike 11 u Igor; on the aouth
by Inke atreet, ao oalleil; aud on the went by
a street; auld pretulaea being forty-one M')
Turma.oaBh. Appralaixl at I .
A. W. HTILKB, Hherllf.
As Special Master ComiuUHloncr.
BherlfTa Uftlce, Jefferaon, July 1M.1HM0.
"VfOTICE la lierehy given that my wife
il Minnie Htewart h
Minnie Htewart baa wllfhll v. and with
out catiRe , left hiy bod and board, and I here
by warn uli purHonw not to truat her on my
account, aa i re nine to pny any and an nnia
oi ner (joniraoiioim
NOTICE In horehy gen that a petition
Will be presented to the CoiuiiiIhhIoii
era of AHlitabula County, at their next ses
sion, 1HH0. p my In jr for the eHUthllfdmient of a
county roud fifty (50) feet In width on the fol
lowing line, to-wit: Hetjlnnlng In the center
of Priest atreet.(so called) lu the village of
KtnKavme, hi tue sounieust oorner orj. k.
A holt1 laud, and running thence hi nn
easterly dlrtMtlon toluterreot wbtU 1b known
i suite street in auiu village.
KlngHvllle, Juneflith, 180. 94-97.
NOTICE la hereby glvt-n that the under
tituued haa been duly appointed and'
uanneu aa fixecutor on the Katate of Mary
n n Ueove deceased late of New Lvma. Ash-
tituuln County, Ohio. L. C. UhKVE.
rtlIB Millinery floodn, copHistliiK of Lejat
1 horn, Htravy. Urwp Hlk, VeivuL
Plt mid M(Vl?HtV'
Flumes, flowers, (.aw, hhhs, n ilnv, Crape
ReriHa-wi. ('Itkifnniia. Jtuuuat Kniu.es. do..
of Mrs. MurW v. Hrosjr., iQHolvent. will be
old Ht public auotlon, by order of Probate
Court, on fctuturday , August lHtta, at the
atorti of Mrs. Pnawor. lu the VIIIhku of AabUt
bula, Rale to ooirinionee at 10 Q'uiouk. A. M.,
and continue from dny to dny until the
go.xlK are sold. - UKNUY fr AKHKIT,
lerius uami, Asaiguee.
Ashtuhula,, July -.j. lHHfl. Vl-m
IJHOP08AL8 will be received until HalnHsy,
the vlst day of Anirtist 1KH0, for retallding tbe
school boaf In District nnmler Three, Lake
Hliore, Ashtabula. Hpecificatlons may be aeet
bj callliiK upon Wllllmn IlrougUton, residing up
ou Lake chore, lu aald Distr t.
A lioKHT POOK.
U. U. WAHIIBUUN.
A hu Im la Anftuat f 1880. District Comm.
Are s(lr fplehwlpa fqr turnlnil QHt th hl
and inoit elegant, (tries of work la an; ai a)
varieties of the.tiane. Tna aiaast and most,
TAsvarvtof IIAHNKaSEH are also sol.
, ten ap at this establishment. .
Ill STOCK.- FANCY OARBIAOBt), TIUCK
. WAQUNh aad 8LKIUUS In lhlr sea
son. Agent for the oelebiated
278 Main St., Ashtabula, 0
J. Ml. WILCOX.
will hereaner be roand In his balldlng oppoelt.
Hmlth'e Opera-Honse, where can always be
found a NKW and WaXL BKLKCTBO BTUC'K ol
Alrp a If ul apa epaipleta Up ftf
GENTS' FOSNISHINa 900PS,
11(1 evofirlUlpg aual; lspl pa pp))-s.ar
. Merobant Tallorlflfif V-
A anod At and
FDRO ft BHOTIIER have on band a good as
sortment el llarnesa of varloua kinds,
heavy and light, tlnKle and doubla, of the beet
workntauidilp and material. They are prepared to
nil all orders for, work of any description In thla
una. nsaajes, maiitg miaiea, waiue, t
H JTL Tt tjT
XJL Q "
gi silpply oiiarca
uukS l Tfcet'aVelf
Tnpv h lnit ntd in a larar
and'aibdluiii slcea tTavertnar truuk1;)
varltiua uaallfleaatid nd alfurd at (
Vorahle p Ices. The aisorHneut is altuyuttisr
the UrKst of any In tire retrlon. Thatravetln
Xvi are ttivHrfd to look over this itock.'aa
fbab bardlv'fall 't6 QihJ 'aouie'tb tfal