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Carefully Coiii)uiiik1mI from the
If you are nick niwl will linve
PATKNT MKIHCINKM ratlier
than your family doctor, we have
uioHt everything In that line you
can auk for.
W have Hold prepared MUT
TER COLOK for three years,
and It Ih the beitt there la) In the
DYICH and DYE STUFFS oi
the Iwst qnnllty.
A large nsMortinniit STATION
ERY bought before the advance.
A. It. THUKUER & CO.,
134 Malu tit., AMhtabula Ohio.
White Wash. Brushes
i.i. - ii i
Swift's Drug- Store
Friday Morning. Aug, fl, 1880.
FurepMigh' Cirous to-morruw.
Evsry furnace in the Mahoning Vol-'
ley ia In full blast.
Mr. John Culley ia in town, stopping a
few daya under the paternal roof. "
(Jonneauts vs. Ashtabulas at the Base
Ball Park, Saturday, at 4 p. m. sharp.
Coiiiienut ia looking for a party of
Canucks, on a risit to ber driving park.
Explaining a joke, ia very much like
explaining to an old absent friend who
The days are growing shorter and we
begin to realize the fact and feel that sum.
mi-r Is approaching ita end.
An old fisherman, at the Harbor, says
there will be excellent black baaa Ashing
in the lake during next week.
ll;v. E. H. Ylngllng will preach in
the Union Church, in the East Village,
next Sunday at 4 o'clock p. M.
Mr. John S. Johnson, one of Madl.
eon s most esteemed citizen, died at hie
residence in that village, ou Sunday even
Mr. Ed. Large, recently with Mr. W.
E. Reeves, bt the Central News Room,
started tor Little Rock, Ark., last Thurs
day, hia future homo.
Misa Mary Till hill, of Kalamazoo, ia
apending a few Jays among Ashtabula
friend, on ber way to Chatauqua. Hor
health is well reatoted.
Mrs. Dr. T. B. Gunning, of New York
City, aud Miss Emma L. Heed, of Phila
dolphia, are expected to reach Ashtabula
Uwlny, for a summer sojourn.
That Garfield pole at at Jefferson, ia
one of the tallest that baa been raised
I'a height la 158 feet. The flag wMlch la
to float from It Is 80 foet long,
Thostora of Tbos. N. Booth waa brok
en into last week Thursday night, and
abui JJ w irlh of clothing and groceries
at. ileu. No clue to the thieves.
Judge Pursons started for Eaino, Pa,
on Wednesday last, to avail himself of
its 2,000 ft. altitude for awhile. We trust he
will carry a level caput at this olevatlou.
Judge Lee seems to have stepped
aside from hia usual course, and made a
stump speech at the club meeting of our
democratic Men Is on Saturday evening
The lumber from Watson's flat, is
passing our window in considerable quan.
titles muck beyond what was suppose) to
I HK-'F"! ' lS l?H pi-pbajpd. by" the'
A thirteen year old aon of John Kirny
ol Paiqesvllle, In jumping upon a morning
train, ou the 87th, failed, and suffered a
fraoturs of one bone of the forearm, aud a
dislocation of the wrist.
The Ashtabula base ball elub waa de
feated last Tuesday, at Geneva, by ihe Ge
nevas, owing to the wild throwing of the
members of the Ashtabulas. Score 10 to
In the match game of ball between the
East and West sides of Main street, last
Wednesday afternoon, the East side waa
defeated by the score of 17 to 26.' Another
game will soon be announced.
Mr. J. A. Mennelley, of Rochester, N.
Itfotfierof. W. MnnelV, of. 4s)fa-
tffik Is-hiw" Ill's vr!rt ta 'liia y!:
f'W'W: Whjelr, 'Mf- lW,lf Will
fit nut profectiqn boys, wn t)aif new
-We Bolipe thai the watering trough,
oo will hill, ia agaja dry, while a stream
of water runs from th.e Wolln' ut, Tito pub.
IIP m bruly Jq williPMf M Yr(erng
finw awHIie CiiuHf il should .took lm
These timet of plentiful harvests bo
gin to have their effect upon the excheq
uor ol the printer. . Old subscribers have
the means U pay up, while new one take
the . adraulage uf generous and ready
means to enter their namea upon our
list. t ; ; ; ' ,
- Ullle Dorset organized a. Garfield
club, last week, with RS members. She
MV fl:8W Wl". Uf t"6 personal
prupefty of (iijbert Uurmoq, was attached.
t)iHqg preaent weelf upon clalma of
S"1, (tf VL.'Tyer, and '4(K3 of Will,
geoville. Tl'ie pfpneVty cqnsfilivd. WwUy
doea not eeetn to be much affected by aaj
Xho IntlrfpendeA -'nol nrutra -orgari,
AnuinUrof our cllixeus and their
famulus, are twinping out at Kd Brook,
and ao large are the liuuibrrs that visit
Ihis increasingly popular apit, that 8'K)
lay ia not a very rare piimiiIkt In be aran
filling Ihe grovss, playing upon the Uaeh,
We rnn-lved, last Saturday, a call of
both oourlesy and builnrsn, from Mr. M.
II. Iillaa, of Omaha, Nebraska formerly
of Ashtabula. He la doing a ateady and
aucoessful liiisinaa, in that place. On hia
regular annual visit to the Easl, we are
favored with a pleasant call.
Having finished their Job eo well on
the Plymouth aide of the rnilf, the Makes
Ire boys hrfve been awarded Ihe Job of cut
ting off "Tony's nose," the projecting
rock from tho cemetery grounds, aome
half way up the acclivity on this side,
we, ihercfore, have the promise of a good
The large four masted schooner, Rich
ard YVinslow arrived hare last Sunday
night with 1502 tons of ore, the largest
cargo evor brought here by a vessel. She
was drawing fifteen feet of water, and
experienced no trouble in entering to
her doc!:. She will uke out a cargo of
IMS tons of coal, equal to lAi oir loads.
The corn crop, which generally looks
so vigorous and promising. Is not a little
deceptive as to the forming and filling of
the ears in our patch of aweet corn.
There Is a good deal of the broken tooth
and foot out of Joint about it. Mr. Jen
nings, the florist and gardener, fa over
taken with similar disappointment about
his market crop.
Mr. Stephen Wells' new refrigerator
building is about done, and some 25, or
DO, tons of Ico will be placed In It Imme
diately. This Is an Important Institution
for our town, as wc can always find good
butter and cheese here provided, of
course, il was good when stored. Wc
trust that it may make a good return up
on the investment. '
No. 8 of the Madison Index comes to
hand. It s gotttn up with sufficient tact
and ability to be entitled to a support.
Sufficient effort aud endurance, will no
doubt secure this, probably, but, if by any
means it should fail, it will only be the re
suit of an experiment which the several
four corners of the county should have
the sand to make auccpsaful.
II. II. Hunt, the old and reliable mail
and express agent on the Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern railroad, has returned
to his duties after a six weeks' visit to the
copper mines of Michigan, where he look
unto himself, a wife. Oil City Derrick.
The Oil City Derrick ought to be giod an
thority on this subject and we would like
to believe what it asserts. Such an event
is due to the fullness of the years of II. II.
II. to his respectability and standing in
society. Besides, it should suffice that
hitherto he has been scattering his wild
oats, and wrought the deeds of the flesh,
but we don't believe there is any wife in
the business. We are of the opinion that
he is still the same fraud upon society,
that he has been still cheating somebody
out of her Just rights upon him. We
further fear that ha will go on In the
same course resolving and re-resolving,
aud then die the ssme.atlast.
Travel over the creek at the Harbor is
now intern pled owing to the improve
ments under way at that place. The
awing bridge has been towed up creek,
where Mr. Frank MuKonzie is lenirtlirninir
it out 40 foet, The dredge is still at wprk
widening the channel, end it waa expected
that the excavation of ihe 40 foot strip
across Bailee street would be comnletwl
yesterday evening. There is enough clean
ing up work for the dredge to keep her
busy the rest of the week, after the com
pletion of which Ihe municipal jeb of
widening, slraliihtsnine. deerjeninir and
improving; Ashtabula Harbor, tnitv lie noli.
sidered finished. Mr. Smith, the contract
or for the dredging has done his work in a
thorough and very satisfactory manner, as
well as at a much lower rate than it was
expected il could be done. It is expected
the bridge w'li be in place again by to
The advertising agent of Forepaugh's
hqw, forwards q us a C(jlHuiri advertise
tynh'jUWMi WP WfKi also focal jjo:
tinea pi aliqut a pplmun, fuf same tim-'.
I'ur which be offers to pay our rfuorpash,
mm give Ml Ave tickets to the show I The
proposition amount! to )tle esa titan an
Insult, A proposition similar aud on no
better terns, probably, has Iwen offered
other papers in the county, and we are aor
ry to note that aome have accepted it.
Well, so long as the country press permits
others to dictate such terms of advertis
ing to it as these, so long wiH the country
press be a despised thing, crippled in in
fluence, hard up fbrmouey, and a Constant
prey to every species of quackery aud
fraud. Better throw all such propositions
in the waste-basket assert your rights
like men, or, if needs be, go down with fly
The same agent, we suppose, visited the
Tki.egbaph office, at a lime when both
the proprietors happened to be out., ant t
very far an( joioralp fon(r'ac( was
nulling m ftfiinniin pf: sfiiiig w
slfPHtpoinpljiiierUafiea, but that that
Blatter wquld. he left jq qa.
Qur notice of M. fioptor's garden, ant
comparison of (he two proprietors, and
the result of their labors, have hrpuglit out
a letter from Wm. JJIiss .the fuqnrtcr of
that garden, These is evidenpe of a Hute
aharpneaa in the spirit f the letter, as if
the noiioe was Intended to be a little in
dlous, and uolquite complimentary to Mr.
B. This was not intended. The -only
ground taken, In which Mr. Proctor had
any advantage ef our old friend, waa in
hia marketing arrangements, growing out
of the location o bia aon at Oil City, to
look after these matters. So onr friend
Bliss will not be disturbed by the notice.
Ills la the credit of showing the practic
ability oHarge 'returns Iron? siali arrears!
ft; 'giajer'energjr, ntusjjy, and e'rj(gh(:
eticd economy couli li:irclly be giycq tq
spy business', andjt j'j gratifying (o arn,
thai i(r. B. is applying, and. getting the
avis Qt the application, of lue snmc qual
ities ia bin new home., -
Thie waa intended jo, bayo fesd, aplac
With the Bliss jcttcr of an Issue or two
back, but was misplaced.
Pleasure seekers did not turn out in their
usual numbers yesterday morning o take
advantage of the lilieral iuiliie.inrfits offer
ed by the comtnitffe of the roiigreKntiotml
church, for a ride on the steamer IVarl to
Cleveland and return.
The sunnier left the pieis'at 11:110 A.
with about 400 excursionists and Hcoville's
cornet band aboard. She was gaily deck
ed with flags, and the weather was all that
could have been desired for an occasion of
Let every lipublican be present at the
primary meeting, on Saturday afternoon
at 8 o'clock.
THE EXCURSION. RE-UNION 177TH, O. V. I.
The committee have fixed iiii August
2Hh, 2(Hh and 27th, 1MHO, as Ihe lime of
for the reunion of the I77ih, O. V. I. It is
In lie held at Tishe's grove, mile south
of Hay's Corners, Lenox, Ashtabula Co.,
All members of the regiment with their
wives, will receive free transportation to
and from I he 'stations at Hock Creek and
Jefferson. While quarters and rations for
a large number will iw furnished, yet it is
best lor all comrades, who can, to bring
tools, us we may have a large all endnote,
our own luueh baskets may lucome con
venient. Bring your blankets.
We exiect to obey dinner call in camp,
at 2 r. m., August 25th. Olllcers call at 4
o'clock, when all previous unpointed com
mittees will meet. Roll cell al 8, after
which each is to act as a com mi l lee of the
whole to make his comrades happy and
himself comfortable. Tuloo al U, and
lights out at 10.
August 2Uth. Ilnville and artillery sal
ute at 5 A. M. ; roll call al 0; breakfast at
0:30;al 10 o'clock, citizens address of wel
come, aud response by the regiment and
dinner al 1, at 3, history of the regiment
and brief incidents of ihe war; dress pa
race and reading of orders at 5, after
which every comrade commands his aw.
kard squad to the amusement of all; la loo
at 0, and lights out at 10. First class
bands and a glee club will furnish good
We cordially Invite the 14th Ohio Hat
lory to join in this reunion, and extend
an invitation to U. A. It. Posts, and sol
diers In general will lie welcome.
We are requested to say thntou the2()lh
the citizens of Lenox will give a grand pic
nic, in which they invite their fellow cit
i.ensiu the vicinity to Join.
L. C. REEVE, President.
M. J. SLOAN, Secretary.
Let every Republican be present Bt flic
primary meeting, on Saturday nfterniHin
at 3 o'clock,
July 29. Prop. Vienna, ore from Mar.
queue; silir. Delaware, ore from Eociui
aba. July 30. Schr. Maple Leaf, light from
St. Thomas; schr. . Clural Youcll, ore
July 81, Schr. Genoa, ore from Mar
quette ; schr. F. L. King, ore from Escun
aba. August 8. Prop. II. B. Tullle, ore from
Marquette) achr. Richard Wittslow, ore
from Escanaba; schr. Angus Hitilth, ore
from Escuniiba, prop. Forest City, ore
from Escanaba ; schr. M. K. Warner, ore
from Escanaba; schr. Snow Drop, light
from Port Dover.
August 4. Prop. Raleigh, ore from Ea
csnabu; prop. A. J. Ilncket, ore from
Escanaba; schr. Win. McGregor, ore
from Escanaba ; schr. Lucerne, ore from
Escanaba; prop. 8. E. Sheldon, ore from
Marquette; prop. Fred. Kelly, ore from
Schr. Reindeer, pou for Clit
pago;' prop. ApOii, igj,t f(,r Chit-afro.;'
JwlyiiQ, Se.hr, p, 0', King, light for
Escanaba i aohr. E. Harmon, po for
Buffaloi prop. Vienna, light fur Mar
queltc, July 81. Schr. Delaware, light for Chi
cago; Schr. Clara Youcll, light for Tole
do i schr. Maple Leaf, coal for Port Do
ver. August 3. 8chr. M. U. Wainur, light
for Escanuba; prop. U. B. Tullle, light
for Marquette; prop. Forest City, light
August 4. Schr. F. J. King, coal for
Milwaukee; schr. Snow Drop, coal for
Port Dover; schr. Genoa, light for Mur
quelte; schr. Lucerne, light for Chicago;
prep. 8. E. Sheldon, light for Maiquette;
prop. Fred. Kclley, light for Escanaba;
prop- lapigh, light fpr fepunnhfi.
Let every Republican be present at the
primary meeting, on Safuruay afternoon at
The occasion of the dedication of the
Soldiers' monument at Geneva on Tuesday
last, drew together a large crowd and the
program was oarried out to the satisfaction
of all present. General Grant had aome
business in Colorado and failed to appear
as was' "expected." General Garfield ar
rived on Ihe noon train, delivered one of
bis eloquent addresses, and then departed
on the 4 o'clock train for the East. Hon.
8. A. Norlhway waa the orator of the day,
and as a matter of course his remarks were
well suited to the oocjisjpn,, and enthusias
tically jeyelH far fr, litHHaana.
Let eyefy'Hc'u,u(;fipan be u,reeiit t the
primary meeting, on Saturday afternoon at
Inansyerto many inquiries as to the
authorship flf the "Rajax. Letters," we
think it best ta ssy that they have never
emanated frorn Jefferson, and that the
writer does not, 'nor has he for three years
or more, been resident of Jefferson,
Let evsry Republican be present at the
primary meeting, Saturday afternoon at 8
Tub N. E. Mutual Aid Association
challenges the confidence of the public,
and is making decided progress in the
favor of our citizens. The basis of its or
ganization excludes doubt and misgiving,
and the belter we become acquainted with
It, the better are we satisfied 6f (Is, at(apta-
!pi riv'h 'h ptvHttW mi tetefti
f p,ur identification with it as, a home
Institution. It deserves, mid, is entitled to
pur encpiiragenent audi support..
Let oyery KepHblicah p resent at the
primary meeting, Saturday afternoon, at 8
The IJart Handle, factory a up and 'u
close'd. The building is 40x80 I'cet in size
and shows off well to the incoming
Jefferson Gazette. A WORD TO REPUBLICANS.
Ib piihllcaiia of Ashlabulii. You are
called to the responsible duty of selecting
candidate to All Ihe seal of Garfield, In
Hie next Congress. On Saturday, of this
week, that duly must be performed or
the opportunity will b lost. Who will
best represent this honored district in the
National councils 7
We present to your onsldcration the
name of Hon. S. A. Norlhway, who, if
elected, will do honor to the position, and
valuable service to hia constituents and
hia county. Hia record la brilliant and
honorable, and hia eloquence baa thrilled
the hearts of many. No dishonest deeds
have ever tarnished his record.
Wc only ask your support for a self r".
spelling, dignified, atrong and honeat
mini. A Republican, a patriot, and a
leader among men. For twenty-two yeara
this county has had no candidate in Con
gress, nnd if all will put forth a strong ef
fort for Mr. Norlhway, at the primary
meetings on Saturday afternoon, hia elec
tion will crown their efforta.
Fellow citizens, w ill you not devote
yourselves to this work and thus advance
the interests of our county and nation.
Lirt every Republican la; present at the
Primary Meeting, ou Saturday afternoon
Edi. Til: The Republican voters ot
Aih tabula county will soon be called upon
to dec ide respecting the claima of Mr. II.
A. Walling, of Colebrook, who is a candi
date for tho office of Recorder. You will
please allow a word from one thoroughly
posted in his history and fitness for
office.. He is upon the honorable roll of
patriotic men w ho look their lives in their
hands to save the Union and government
by putting down Ihe great rebellion, He
entered the service in the Oth Ohio Caval
ry, in Oct. lWil, and served faithfully till
the last of the rebel army laid down its
iiruia nnd submitted to the authority of
the Federal government. He was seri
ously wounded in one of the battles be
fore Richmond, so that ho ia now unfit for
heavy inaiiuel labor.
Respecting private character, and com
petency for office, he needa no endorse
ment among hia acquaintances. Now our
whole country has long ago, even from
revolutionary times, act the precedent of
rewarding men for military services, by
giving the preference for civil office.
Even this is a small recompense for the
sncrafices and suffering of our patriotic
soldiers in suppressing the great slave
Jiow f Mr. Walling has not a claim for
office, then po man hasi and we are con.
vinced that the intelligent voters of this
county, when the facts arc fairly under
stood, will endorse that claim.
JEFFERSON, Aug. 8, B.
Let evury Republican bo present at the
priumry meeting, on Saturday afternoon
al 3 o'clock.
Died, July 31, at thu residence uf her
sou Will. Mungcr, Mrs. Munger, aged 80
years. The remains were tuken out of
town for interment.
Our cheese factory paid $7.02 per 1000
This township turned out very largely
uttend the dedication u( Geneva, yester
day. T!ie.y wcrp wpl pleased wth the ex
ercises, particularly the polished remarks
of Mr. Norlhway, The remarks of Oar
flcld were brief, but full of earneatnosg
nnd characteristic uf Ihe man. Speech
es of others were necessarily short and
one abruptly terminated by the arrival of
the iruin. The elements seemed to take
in the situation aud kiudly threw a veil
over the face of an August sun,
Political matters are engaging the at
tention of all, aud very earnestly, if we
may Judge from words. Wc must remem
ber that w hile election of member of Con
gress may not come till October, the real
battle cemcs off this week. The impor
tance of action can not be too strongly
urged. It is through our l(cprescn.lutiYel
aud hiui only, that 'ti pPPpi Pf dis
trict flpiy be heard before the committees
pf Congress, and. it is in these committees
that the real work of substantial legisla.
lion is perfuruied,
The work that should come uefure
this Congress Is of vital imporlunce to the
agricultural classes. Emigrutioa must
be regulated from tho Wast as well as from
the East. Civil service to be established
on a firmer fooling. Transportation
across vast domain classified and graded.
The bulls and bears of the gambling pro
duce exchanges, which are now seeking to
unsettle the market value of our products,
must be ringed and muzzled. In short,
giant monopolies of every kind are to b.e.
met aud bridled in our nctt gVHHtl epoch.
!l. i llle BWfi 'U present our
clajiue, guard, our righla, and meet oppres
sion in every form. Some one inexperi
enced aud unschooled, or one whom years
of political lil'u has thoroughly tilted n'r
the piace ? One who hw uec already fo
yqrably mVHtioHwl to All our highest
Slate office, and even to grace l..c Senate
chamber ? Ho, the champion of the work
ing men, aud in himself the very ideal of
the honoruhle, Irugul, Industrious Ameri
can citizen? Que who lu uur lcglslHlure
has met threat ur bribe aud suorued them
down? He who has seen our dangers be
fore we were aware of them ourselves, and
promptly raised the alarm t When rail
road contractors could slide off with the
fruits of our labors aud leave ua with an
empty lurder, he saw the wrong, discerned
the right, and made the laborer worthy of
his hire. Again, when, after we had col
lected aud rescued frojii $ flanges, qur
Mf Vhfl PhiWVM,"! While yet bowed.
ilHWH KM W!tieiy ""J 8f. We asked for
that poof compensation w hich hud been
eoartl'qlly hed out to us and for which
we had ao Weil paid the insurance com.
psny. We were told, to take their terms
or meet them in the IhW, there waa no al.
lyn,a.((ve. lsupp,oiiHiuept and half com
pensation fur our money, our reward. He
t waa who framed ihe bill to correct this
wrong, aud his indomitable will andcour.
age aecured Ihe law that now gives us that
for which we contract and pay.
And all this for what? Ilerauw he
thought and knew it waa bis duty, and
fTlo any man the farmers and mechanics
eftbe lvth District, and even the whole
Slate, owe a debtof gratitude il is to tills
noble defender of their interests Ihe
Hon. W. P. Ilnwland.
Ti.ketimeon Saturday Augusl7. He
member the safety and blessings wc enjoy
through hia k,IIiIcI works, and through
gratitude, for past duties done, the strong
est lemd and guarantee for future action.
Exercise the prlvlllge and duties r.f an
American citizen, and advance him whose
every act has made him a fitting auctes
aor lo a Olddings, Wade or Garfield.
Aug. 4th. M.
Let every Republican be present at the
primary meeting, on Saturday afternoon
at 8 o'clock.
Ed: Tel. Our wheat, hay, and oats
are now nearly all harvested aud the heavi
est crop for many years past. The wheat
crop will average over thirty bushels to
the acre. In many cases it goes largely
above this figure. It has laken ii,ny years
for our fanners to learn that Ibis county is
Ihe besi in Ohio for wh.-t; but It i, and
still we find all about us hundreds of acrea
of our richest and best wheat lands unre
claimed, which would require no manure
or phosphates to give us a yield of thirty
to forty bushsla to the acre.
The corn crop ja good. Potatoea are
giving us a plentiful yield; while moat
kinds of fruit are in good supply.
The Lebanon Valley Cheese Factory, of
New Lyme, is working the milk of about
700 cows. April milk netted Ihe pat rone
ninemillsi May milk, seven mills; June
cheese sold and the money is in Ihe bank;
July cheese is mostly shipped.
Old Mrs. Bancroft, now living with her
daughter, Mrs. Petrle, at Colebrook Center,
fell downstairs last night, broke both arms
and bruised bar bead in a most shocking
manner. She is eighty-three years old,
and will not be likely to survive the shiaik.
She is the mother of Henry Bancroft, for
merly of Jefferson.
Thanks to the lady who told us in a lale
Cleveland Utrali, that unruly cream,
when It got on a rampage could be brought
to terms by the tempting offer of a small
silver coin. Raring a small batch that
had become so thoroughly demoraliseu
tha Aunt Timothy had dispaired of ever
making butter of it; when a silver quarter
thrown into it gave us nice butter inside of
five minutes. Thanks to resumption for
this uioe lump of yellow butter,
Aug. 4th, 1880. UNCLE TIM.
Let every Republicau be present al lbs
primary meeting, on Saturday afternoon
at 8 o'clock.
Prof, Star has left town and "all is again
quiet on the Potoiuao." His lectures drew
sminense crowd-, and gave very general
satisfaction. A fight was started in the
back part of the house, by two young men
during one of his entertainments, but Con
stable Miller was promptly on hand and il
resulted in nothing serious.
Webster Post of the G. A. R., of this
piece, mustered in five new recruits at
their last meeting. The members are all
very much interested in maintaining and
extending the order, and the Post is in a
prosperous condition generally.
vm oaturuay evening the mounted W ide
Awakes, from North Kingsville, paid us a
visit, and went through some evolutions
on our streets, Capt. McCrary under
stands his business, and the company will
be heard from during I he campaign.
The Wide-Awakes, in this place, are or
ganizing and will soon be ready for active
It is needless to say thai the Presbyter
ian Social, ou Wednesday evening, was an
enjoyable affair, being held, as it was, at
the house of Mr Blair, on the Ashtubula
road. His pleasant grouuds were well
lighted, and every thing passed off pleas
antly. Mr. Hetiry Eastman, of Oil City, was in
town Saturday, PU ft visit to bis many
Wend here, '
Jerome King and wife are visiting
friends in Minnesota. Whilo gone, he ex
pects to call on some of his old comrades.
who wore with him in the California mines
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
A Kingsville correspondent of the
Ashtabula Telkorapii known as "Index,"
figures out a cold winter to come next,
aud advises people lo prepare for it. It
is strongly suspected "Index" cither has
wood to sell, or is running a coal yard.
The Ashtabula Teleorafu couiee to
the aid of Judge Sherman, and says the
use of his name in connection with the
Congressional canvass, is not only unau
thorised, hut not in accordance with his
laa(es or wishes. As we expected, yet the
Republicans of this county, generally, feel
that Judge Sherman would grace the Con
gressional seat wilb dignity aud marked
The Geneva Timtt thinks we are sailing
under false colors by calculating the in.
crease of this village upon the basis of
1870, without . a nota bena. The abate,
mcnt that the TVmss would have us make,
is the number lo the best of our recol
lection, of some 000 or 000 brought in
by exteution of territory. The number is
rather small to make much account of,
but it is due totruthto make the acknowl
edgement for the relief of those who are
watching our progress with so much In
C. W. Turner of Austiuburg, has taken
the place of J. N. Means, Jr., althe Amer
Ralph Plumb, r((,, ol Streeter, III.,
who has been at the head of the Green backs
of thai part ol his stale, for four or five
rears, has seen the light aud declared for
The work of organising Garfield clubs,
is somewhat lively throughout the county.
Not many towns will be left without a
By toJay 98th all the plastering and
much of the woodwork, except sealing, in
the new Town liall will be done. 1 he
walls and ornamentation has been done bv
experienced bauds, and we think Wallers
oan ex.luo.it the. work done on tins
building with a good deal of pride.
Rock Creek Banner.
Weaver club on Friday evening lost, the
Greenback iilatfnrm read by Mr. Peck,
Kaiileville. ( m mm ion it waa decubd
organize a club. After the motion was
carried remarks were lioole on it, A call
was nude for names and Ihirty-aeven re.
aponded, eleven of whom wrre residents
outside of this township, li. inaiks were
made to the effect that bnnkera Were grow
Ing rich by drawing interest on what they
owe, and that Garfield's financial policy is
ruining the country, that leading Itepulili
cans desire an empire, etc. The elub was
officered as follows: Jus. Nevinson, Pres
ident; M. Ilretlelle. Secretarv; Fred -Im-kyl
Al. Secretary and II. II. Austin, Treas
urer. The meeting adjourned to meet
Saturday evening, Aug. 14.
President Nnrinon made us thin over
ture the other day, while at Ihe Creek.
would itibscribe for Ihe Tklkokawi to
amount of t)10, if wo would make it a
good Greenback organ. We are thinking
On Monday twenty one barrels of white
were shipped from this place, by ex
press the largest single day's shipment
Chas. Ingalls has in his stable the fastest
year old in the countrv, Katie Jackson.
She has a record of 2:ir,i, ,m,fl j ,
beauty, and is valued at a nug little sum
money say from 110.000 to (1.1,000.
Dr. Morris ami daughter while driving
from Kellogaville to Amboy on Friday
morning had a serious runaway by which
horse killed. In going up the
Whimn hill near Kingsville, the horse
look fright at an approaching bugiry and
jumped off the declivity, throwing .Vl'r. M.
daughter out, demolishing the buggy
harness and breaking the horse's neck.
The occupants were very fortunate in es
caping with no more Injuries than severe
H. F. MoCarty, wholesale and retail
druggists, Ottawa, Ontario writeai I was
afflicted with chronic bronchi! ia for some
years, but have been com; fetely cured by
use of Dr. Thomas' cclecttic oil, in
dosis of five drops on sugar. I have also
pleasure in recommending it as an embri
cation for external use,
Twenty lop buggies for tale. I will be
the Ashtabula House for Ihe next tliir
ty days with a good Hock of buggies, Em
erson Fisher A Co., makers, of Cincinnati,
Ohio. Now is the lime to buy you a bug.
worth the money, I will sell on six
months' time, on good security. Bug;ica
J. 8. Fuller'a livery atable.
OS C. E. Bhiouen, Mnnagei Agent.
The North Eastern Mutual Aid Asao
elation of Ashtabula, O., is both a life and
accident company. It pays a weekly in
demnity for disability by accident and an
amount equal to one-half the Life Claim,
loss of limb by accident. It furnishes
muro protection for a given investment
than any similar association in this or
other state. Send for circular and
know our plan before insuring elsewhere.
Agents wanted. 04 07
.Til Ik Tickets.
We have a stock of printed milk tickets.
and quarts; just the thing for small
dealers. Price 2'k a hundred.
Jumes Reed & Son.
I have Pure Raw Bone Dust for sale in
quanltly at two dollars per hundred
pounds. J. W. Rockwell,
95-97 East Plymouth.
The Hoiisk. Dr. B. I. Kendall's Treaty
"The Horse and 'Ms diseases,'' one of the
most complete and reliable works of the
kind published. By the aid of this work,
much may be done to relieve many of the
ailments lo which the horse is subject.
Price 25 els. To be had at this office or at
Opposite P. ().
Warranty and Quit Claim Deeds, Real
Estate and Chattel Mortgages, Leases,
Land Contracts and a full supply of Jus.
lice's and Notary Blanks kept at the Tele
graph office, tf
A new stock of blank note books, of our
own popular print, at 40 cents each.
A Treatise on the Horse aud his diseas
by Dr. B. J. Kendall. A cheap, com
prehensive and needful book for every one
keeping a horse. Price 23 cents. Sold
Purshul, Kingsville Thurber & Co.,
C. E. Swift, Ashuibula. tf
A Double barrel fowling piece of excel
quality and in perfect order, for sale
a moderate price. Apply at Telegraph
100 Blank Receipts, nicely bound for 30c.
the Telkoraph Offlje.
Go to C. E, Swift, for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Price, 15 cents. 85-3 8
We Tan Aaalst you.
In disposing of that weak stomach, those
bilious complaints, that sick head ache,
coated tongue, bad taste in the mouth,
prostration, dullness that mark the con
firmed dysiiepsia, we can tell vou of a rem
edy, Parmlee'e dyspoysia compound. It is
doubt the most successful cure for
dyspepsia ever known, otherwise we would
not guarantee it. . Price per bottle $J
samples 15 cents. Sold bv Swift and F..
Willard, Ashtabula, Parshall, Kings-
The Pact ol the bnalneaa
le, that in Hamilton's cineer tonic the
people have found a most effectual remedy
cone, amrrean, oisentery, cramps,
cholera morbus, sour stomach, etc., ever
offered to Ihe public. This remedy is
warranted to possess in a concentrated
form all the properties of pure Jamaica
ginger. It is aotivo and efficient, and is
sure to prove Its necessity in every house
hold by its high tonic properties, its harm
lessness and its prompt efficacy in remov
ing all disorders of the stomach and bow
els. Price 50 cents per bottle; sample
bottle 25 cents. Sold by Swift and E. A.
Willard, Ashtabula, Parsball, Kingsville.
Gen. Gramt's Arabian Horeee.
The Sultan of Turkey presented Gen .
Grant with two beautiful Arabian horses
which now grace the soil of America,
where Kendall's spavin euro is found in
almost every store to relieve tho aches and
fains which every animal is affected with,
t is a sure cure for every kind of blemish
lameness to which man or beast is sub
ject to. Bead the advertisement of Ken
dalls spavin cure.
Dr. Oukly of Detroit, says: Sellers li v
pills are admirably calciilatrd for bilious
uess aud headaches.
A polored funeral and a black burying;
party am the earn only different, K ...
limatism ami neuralgia, but thev oan
cored by he same remedy Dr. Thorn,
eelcetric oil .
oiing lad iea in particular are reqnest-
iii io rrau uoa uniesa uielr ace is cov-
With liitiiiili.s mnti 1. 1.1. .1. ..a Mi 1. i.
at a I COtlll lift I VM In lutalll. Ir .. I.
them take spring blossom.
Just heard from Tom Harris of Virginia
City, Nevada. He writes. thal the doctors
had liven up all hope o( aaying him, he
had albuineiiaria in the worst form, was
... .. . .....nn.,,,!, Ilr
bossing 1ms Ramping mill as usual.
u ren v, iry spring II ossom. he ! Hu
If you want to have a good annetlla .ml
y health, take Dr. Lindsey'a blood
I take Dr. Sellers' cough Syrup, and no
one in the city keeps clearer of coughs
and cohls than I. Druggists sell it. Price
Lyons patent Heel stilfimer is tha onlv
invention that will make old boots atraight
as new. Amr.
WOL'LDLIKB BOMB MORS.
Pl.mnnih lta n-t k , .
Merman A hl her, Olierlin. b. ' '
Jftllt'mti' U'i...n f . - - i. nui. .
Ixiaiht some or Dr. Former's Blood and Liver
remedy ami Nerve tunic at your slurs. I never
took snrtliliig lliat did me so nmnh nxid In to
Miort a lime. I would like to ail soma more of
.... .. ..i.iiui linn n n.re win yi.o let ma knew
wlist I cau got one hairdoaea Iniines for, and
'"" Mary Modrourn.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and I.iree HVm,1
and Nerve Tonic may well be called "The
conquering hero" of Ihe timea. Whoever
naa "tne i, lues should take il, for It regu
lates and restores ihe disored svstem that
irivoarise Jo them. It always cures Bilinus-
iima ami uiver i Kimpiaint, Jaundice, Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Hiadachcs, Fever and
Ague, Spleen Knlarirementa. Sfrotnl K.
stpelaa, Pimples, Blotches, and all akin
eruptions and Blood Disordcra, Swelled
Limine and Dropsy, .Sleeplessness, Impaired
Nerves and Nervous Debility; rest-, flh
and strength when the avstem i running
down or going into decline; curea Female
v easness aim i.tironic Rheumatism, and
relieves Chronic Bronchitis ami all tnntr
and Ihroat difficulties. It doea these things
by striking al the root of disease and re
moving its causes.
lr. tenners Improved Cough Honey
ill relieve any couirh in one hour. Trv
sample bottle at ten cents.
Dr. tenners Golden Relief rum .n
pain, as Toothache, Neuralgia, Colic or
Headache, in 2 to .10 minutes, and readily
relieves Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint,
Diarrhcea, ete. Try a sample bottle al 10
Dr. Fenner's Veiretabln Hloo.1 ,..l T.i
Pills. The best family nhvsie known
For sale by Swift. At wholel t.v simn
Cobb & Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Pain in the side, sh fill (! sin I Ibntlr
bitter taste in the mouth, dizziness, smart
ing of the eyoa, brick dust deposits, ner
vous debility, are cured by barosma.
Prepared by E. K. Thompson, Titusville
Pa. For sale by Swift. 95.6
Whetl T'lU Wailt.omPthiliot.utlenrl atriM.
ly to buMineHK and cure a coujcU or cold In the
urnu ei 1 rr. r unnnrn improvtu;ouif h Hon
ey it will relieve any caae In one hour.
rj m wmipic twine at IOC.
A Wonderful DlaeovetT.
For tho UDewlv euro for ennmimnrUin nml
all dlkea-H-H that lead to It, such ft atubbora
CoukI.d. iH'KUcteU Coldn, Hronchltl, Htty Fe-
es, Aniuiiiu, iuiii in ui axie ana cneni, ary
hackliiKOttiKh.Uckllnif In the throat, Hoarte
nest, bore Throat, and all linirorliiur iiifwr.
of the throat and lunifn. Dr. Klim'sNew DU-
;uv':ry hum no equal aou hah ebUthllHlied lot
iuteii u wonu-wme reputation. Many I fad
lii(f iihyBk-ianB r:oruinf nd and ue It in then
practice. The formula from which It ta nr.
pared Ik highly recommended hy all medical
JourniilM. The clergy and the pre have
uj.iiiiiu,tui-u iv in wie niohi kiowiiik terms.
ju wt your uTUifKiH. anu Ret a trial bottle for
ten r-tfiitM., or a regular sire for 11. For aule
hy Gee Kogers, A hh tabula.
SOTlCEr-AdvtnrtUementM of Wanted." "For
Sale," "Loit" "fVmnd," etc,, not exceeding fit
tinea, trill be inserted in this column, under ap
propriote head for one week or ?) cents. Each
additional tine will be charged 5 cent.
A LARGE RLGCAPIT DRK, amia
ble for hank, ortice or Btore. .Enquire at Ash
tabula National Kank. 81 -tf.
FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR A
Farm in Ahlnahula county. A Farm of one
hundred and thirty acres In Boone County'
Kentucky nine mile from Cincinnati, much
of ibH farm is well set Id prasft. Winter sta-
oiiug ior roriy neau of Horses, which are
had at Cincinnati or Covinmon. at about
TK.V DOIXARH a month a head, stalls for
t- ineen low, uric it smoke house. Ice bouse,
barns, carriage house, dwelling a two s lory
hewed lot? with twontory frame kitchen at
tached, two orchards of well selected fruit,
a half mile tralnine track fenced, this farm
In well fenced, much of it with Locust pouts
and pine boards. If exchanged difference In
value will be paid or received ou liberal
time. Addref. or call upon,
P. W. STHADKR. Sr. Ashtabula. O.
This farm Is well wattered, for summer
pasture it is not excelled, A it Is well known.
obtained for new inventions, or for Improvements
lo old ones. Caveats aad all patent business
promptly Attended to.
INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN REJECT
KD may still, in mobt cases, be patented by as.
Being opposite the Lr. H. Patent Office, and en
(faced in PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY,
we can secure patents in less time tlian those
who are remote from Waehincton and who must
depend upoc the nulla In ail transactions with
the Patent Office.
When Inventors send model or sketch we make
search In the Patent Office and advise as toils
patenubllity free or charge. Correspondence
confidential, prices low, and NO CUAHGS UN
LESS PATENT IS OBTAINED.
We refer to linn. Postmaster General D, M.
Key, Re?. P. D. Power, to officials In the U. 8.
Patent Office, and especially to oar clients In
every State of the Union and In Canada. For
special references, terms, advice, Ac., Address
C. A. SNOW& CO.,
Offosits Patent Omca, Washimotoh, D.C.
I" 1 r-nniFF
BEST THRESHER ON WHEELS
In wonder! ullv miui'le aud admirably jierfect in ita
tnratluntr sua arsUnK qiiAJitica. Nsrra all
fhe (ruin, and cleans 11 ready for Market,
Runs eat'ily. ia oountiiictel durably is fliiuhtxl
btiuUfullT, la the mot txxmomlcal. least exen
Bve, and snont imiiitarf ory machine In tbe
Msu-ket. will banillo wet irmu as -U ao dry.
UsMuoeunaJ In thrimbinfr flux aud Uuintliy,ttirajn
tntr and deaninK both mm well and noarly as rjild!y
a whuat, aud rtxi litres no chAUit-e expert thau xieTtrsU
Hum mor yuar jrM qf teparating mui risks in? wr.
ruosi uutit anu aiisr aruirninsj aaa easa mat am
Is Innh o-r- and under -Mant Our
CI.OVHR HI I-I.INU ATTA ll1KNT la
new aud Terr desirable. Ikies the work mors
rapidly and belWr than au exclusively HuUui
M I' ARATDHS of the yarloua miumJUUdor
AfuM or Horn w-r, MM difared.
An Improrpd Pitta Power, an Improvr
Woodhury Power aud the K I ward VuhhJ-
fsweri all mounted on lour wtujei. ai
Uuuiufai'tured by ua, mui r Ml mrpautd fry any
ajsl (Jl4 altar feats'.
We ore also prepared to furnish arst-clajss
Fertable F.nstnt-a with our lfexatur.
For Prtce-Liart and Circulars, address
SEYMOUR, 9ABIM CO.
Salanufaoturwra, 6tlllwtra Minn
THE HARRIS REMEDY CO.
Man a ItiaiMi, Sir. KlllS, MO.
W.'StVJ?- PROF. HARRIS' PUSTULE REMEDIES.
If as. I For Mn trouMM with Sptratatorrbta mm fj
III I IniotriiCT. reiulUnj tVw cilnutud Titillti, X I
llWll '-j n - r
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