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A. It. T1IURBKK COMPANY.
White Wash Brushes
Friday Morning, Hept, 24, 1880.
Next Tueulay is the tiny.
Are you going to Warren 1
The health ot Mrs. Lorenzo Tyler is
We acknowledge the receipt of aundry
public document! of interest from Gen.
Fickinger's Kentucky Hotter has been
sold to Cleveland parties consideration
Mr. . A. Hitchcock has been sick
with typhoid fever tor about a week pant,
but is slowly recovering.
The Ives Chatfield farm in Plymouth
has been sold to N. S. Taylor, of Dakota,
for Ills own use and occupancy.
Several matters of interest have been
either defcrvd, or pruned down. Among
the former, "The galaxy of Heaven."
James Savage, eldest son of Linus
Savage, lies dangerously sick at the house
of his parents with disease of the kidneys.
A straw was taken on the excursion
train to Pitts burgh last Tuesday morning
which stood 70 for Garfield, 4(1 for Han.
cock and 8 for Weaver.
It is now understood that the donor of
the large sum of $500,000 to the Western
Reserve College in view of removal to
Cleveland, is Mr. A mass Stone.
The Warren Chronicle states that with
in two weeks nearly thirty head of cattle
have died in that vicinity of a disease gen
erally pronounced to be "Texas Fever."
Mr. Bert Wilcox of Rock Creek is
now traveling agent for the F. B. Case to
bacco house, he has a fiue turnout and the
quality ot his cigars and tobacco is un
surpassed. Thayer's market at the Harbor has
iK'eu removed from the O'Neill sloro to
the Kain block. Seth now has as con
venient and neat a market as any one in
The Cullry Manufacturing Company
is again extending its accommodations for
increasing business by lifting the roof of
its main bnihlinir, and virtually adding a
Wood the photographer, has a flue
life sized photo, on exhibition of A. A.
Strong, Esq., and it Is no discredit to the
artist when it is mistaken for a likeness of
840 feet of docks have been built at
the Harbor during the past season. The
Ashtabula Loan Association built 380 feet ;
the Farmers' National Bank 140; Fisk &
Morrison SO; B. C. Humphrey 65; Has
The McKenzie Brothers arc preparing
to build the even cribs for the extension
of the east tiler, during the coining win
ter. Each crib is to be forty feet long.
The work is to be completed by the first
of July, 1881.
A fellow from Hock Creek, whose
name we did not get, was detected, one day
last week in pocketing a handkerchief at
L'Homedieu'a store, and was called to ac
count. He delivered up, and was permit
ted to go his gait.
No Republican in Ohio should be
way from home on the day of the October
Election. Republicans of Ashtabula, bear
this in mind, and remember the import
ance of that election , and govern your
We think the Sentinel is in error In
saying the John C. Hutchings, nominat
ed by the Democracy of Cleveland for
Congress is the same who succeeded J. R.
Giddings. He is a son, but equally Dem
ocratic with his father.
The D. K. Clint, drawing fifteen feet
of water went to her dock the other day
without touching the'bottom. Our Cleve
land neighbors continue to complain of
vessels drawing only fourteen feet ground
ing In the noble Cuyahoga.
Slanderous stories are afloat as to the
course of His Honor-the Mayor with re
gard to some of the hoodlum demonstra
tions upon our streets, whioh with his jet-
ousy of the reputation of the village for
peace and good order call for attention
Extracts from the St. Louis Christian,
the St. Louis Poet Dispatch and endorsed
by the Cincinnati Christian Standard,
exposing a swindling operation in collect
ing fun. Is for the victims of an assorted
(amine In Norton county Kansas, have
been sent us, In which tie Kev. S. S. Bart
lett is made to bear a prominent part,
very much to his prejudice as one of the
cloth. We do not care to go into this
matter, further than to notice It as we
have done as a matter of current news.
A friend at our dhow liujiiirca
whiro wi re Hut police anil iniir-luilH al
the time the hoodlum, were pi lling the
'Ti ll lljrln priHi'sxIiin with iitoiicn, i-trt
The polltlral aaperl of the mailer proba
bly made It a rather light place for thfie
olllccrH to act in.
MlK.Aili.lle l'ulnc's New York Dra
malic Alliance playeil at the Opera llmiau
on last Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
ovening. to small houses. The troupe Is
an excellent one and entitled to better
patronage than It received here. It plays
in Warren on the evening of tho 28th InHl.
Messrs. Hemingway & Hayes, the
contractors for extending the pant pier,
have sunk, two forty font cribs and have
two more ready to put in place when the
stone arrives. One mora erlh is being
constructed which, when put In place will
complete their contract for the 200 feet ex
tension. Mr. W. T. Bull, of Solon, formerly of
Klnesvllle under dale of the 20th Inst,
"The Solon Garfield & Arthur Clulirals
ed a pole Saturday September IHtli., one
hundred and elglity seven feet' high I If
any town in the state, can heal that, show
up, and let us know through the Tki.k-
A new feature of the campaign taeits
have been introduced in tho village by
some of the disorderly and baser sorts, by
the pelting of peaceable and orderly citi
zens with stones and foul mixs'ils while
parading our streets with torches. How
dues this afreet the sensibilities of the
iVetrs man and the reputation of the vil
A white, lady grape a seedling of
the Concord with large clusters fine and
remarkably compact, sweet in flavor, ex
celling many of those raised under glass,
hardy and vigorous growers have been
raised by Messrs. Seymour & Downs, nurs
ery men, ofSouth Norwalk, Ct. The Ga
zette thinks the fruit worthy of general
The new road connecting tho ridges
between the old Rogor Grlswold place
and that of J. H. Woodman has just had
the benefit of the expenditure of a f 25 ap
propriation from tho Trustees. The get
ting down from Bunker Kill hB been
made somewhat easier and safer, but
furhcr outlays are needed to put it in
The trimming up of the parks was
begun on Wednesday of last week by
Councilman Haskell, assisted by Prof.
Trimmer. The job is a much needed ono,
but it strikes us that if it had been begun
In the spring it would have been better.
The work has been well begun, and our
trust is that the discretion and judgment of
Councilman H. will control him to the end.
The Standard seems a little jealous
over the assertion of the preponderating
decency and respectability of the Repub
lican, as compared with the Democratic
party. The ratio of virtue was fixed "pre
ponderatinRly" in the comparison, as used
by President Hinsdale. There is no firmer
position than that, and we are sorry to see
our neighbor show a captious disposition
in s matter so well sottled.
The rock cutting at the Gulf under
the contract of the Blakcslce brothers
was brought to a close on Baturday last.
The rock has been removed and used for
widening the track below and in filling a
portion of the Irack. The material is
pretty rough for a traveled path, lor pres
ent use, but there it hope for slacking in
due tim.e, we suppose. From the cutting,
too near the bridge, there is a large amount
of ballasting to be done, which no douU
should be done county-wise.
The season of advertising is upoo ns,
and the drafts upon our space are hard to
meet. This of course is temporary, but
while it lasts it is imperious and exacting.
To admit ol a variety we aro compelled to
restrict rather regully, the several depart
ments of the paper. The temperance de
parment under theso circumstances, can
not bo allowed more than a half column.
and wo would bo obliged to our frieu Is in
terested in that department to confine them
selves to articles of no greater length
Let your articles then, frieuds, not exceed
the limit half column.
The gathering to listen to the fare
well sermon of Rev. Mr. Yincllnn- on
Sunday ' evening filled the Methodist
cuurcn to its lull capacity, and the clergy
took possession of tho nlatform. Tho r.
tiring pastor gave an essay Tho lessons
oi me a commendable ettort that com
manded the attention of the audience,
though It was evident that the speaker was
two much overcome by his feelings to do
justice to himself or subject. He was as
sisted in tho exercises by Messrs. Bafford,
HI union ana ieeman. The teelinir be.
twecn pastor and family and people, is
reciprocally warm and eenerous. A
A further expression was given on Mon.
day evening by a sociable and donation
lull in attendance and generous and liber
al iii spirit and endowment.
177th O. V. I. held their reunion on
the 25th ult. Capt. L. C. Reeve presided
Aiier prayer Dy uev. Hicuardson, a
thoughtful and well digested address of
welcome was delivered In the name of the
people of Lenox, and to the soldiers of
the late war waa presented, a beauti
fuljflag Maj. S'. 8. Burrows responded,
He was followed by Col. Fitch and
also by F. A. Pettibone of the 105th.
A free and bountiful dinner was given by
fue citizens. The history of the regiment
was given by Mr. James Braden, and nu
merous other short addresses followed
from different persona. Present of the
regiment 102. Officers for the coming
year were cnosen as follows: President,
L. C. Reeve; Vice President, Stock
ing ; Secretary and Treasurer, M. J. Sloan
executive Committee, L. C. Reeve,
Stocking, M. J. Sloan, L. O. Billington
and D. Alexander; Custodian of the flag,
T, B. Wire. Thanks were tendered the citl
zens of Lenox far their bounty, and the
glee clu1) for their music. Cunip broke
up on the 27th.
White's Fall Stock of Boots and Shoes
is complete. Tradcis booming at White's.
White leads the orowd in Montreal kid and
calf Boots the boss boot of Ashtabula,
GRAND MASS MEETING.
A li aiii'iiii'iitN are atmul complex '1 loi
Hie It nt til ic m ii M:h Mii' lini? to lie In Id
Warren on Tuesday, rieptiinbcr 2lh
General I'. H. Grant Is to pre.lde anil Si n.
ntnr Cuiiklin, General John A. l-oirun,
Hon. Kinory A. Worm, lion W. ). Ilmil
ley, Governor Foster, General Giliwm,
Hon. Stanley Mathews, lion. K. B. Tay
lor, and General K. H. Meyerarc among the
eminent speakeis of national reputation
who will address the Ihoinmndii that w ill
lie present on that day.
The Ashtabula t Pittsburg Hallway Co.
has engaged 125 coach km Ui carry pion..'n
gers to ami from Warren, ami four special
trains will be run from this end of the
One will Icrve Inland at 8 o'clock a. m.
stopping at all intermediate stations, and
arriving at Warren at 11:20; another will
leave Kagleville at 8 a. in., mid slop at all
intermediate stations to Inland, when it
will run as a through train, arriving at
AVarren at 0:40; the third train will start
from Ashtabula at 8 :15 a. m. and run as,
way train to Eugleville, when it will run
as a through train to Warren, where it
w ill arrive at 10 o'clock ; the fourth train
will leave Ashtabula at S -Mii stopping at
all stations and arriving at Warren at
10 :H0 a. in. Fare for the round trip will
be the same as is usually charged for a
passage one way, which w ill make the
fare from Ashtabula to Warren and return,
$1.11.1 Trains will leavo Warren for the
north at 5 ::!(, fi:.1() and l)::iO p. m.' South
at ,1:110. and H;;I0 p. m. Let ihe Kcpuljli
cons of old Ashtabula turn out on that
occasion to a man.
(1 EX. (WANT,
General Arthur, Senator Conklin and par
ty are to start from Mentor on the morn
ing of this day by a special train on the
L. S. & M. 8. Ry. and will re.nch Ashtabu
la about 0 o'clock a. m. A special train
of the Ashtabula & Pittsburgh Ry consist
ing of a locomotive and the directors car
of the Penna. Ry. will meet the parly at
the Ij. S. & M. K. ynrd and con rcy them
to Warien. No Hbipa will lie made by
this train between Ashtabula and Warren,
and all persons desiring to see General
Grant and hear Sunator C'onklln must go
Chairmen of Republican Com mlttees
throughout the County are reiiuested to send
announcements of meetings lor Insertion in
Rock Creek, Sept. 24lh, V. A. Pettilmne.
Ashlabula, Sept. 20th, If. A. Pettibone,
at Haskell's Hall.
Monroe Com re, Saturday evening Sept.
25lh, Theodore Hall, Esq., of Ashtabtrla
and A. M. Cox, Ksii., of t'onueaut.
Orwell, Saturday evening, Oct. 1st, J,
B. Burrows, Esq., and E. L. Lamp-ton, Esij.
BASE BALL ITEMS.
A game of ball was played last Sut
nrday on the base ball park between nines
from Culley and Crosby's shops, which re
sulted in a score of 40 to 24 in favor of
the latter nine. Hero is the talc.
Culley 1 2 4 0 0 2 8 7 024
Crosby 1 la 1 4 2 4 3 12 40
The base ball season is about over.
The Orwolls defeated the Bloomflelds
last Saturday by a score of 16 to 0.
Has any person heard or seen any
thing of the Ashtabula Base Ball Club
since, the Akrons were here?
ONE OF MANY.
Eds. 3V; I have taken the News from
its start, and paid for it in advance. The
time has comu when it would be more
pleasant to read the Standard, a we know
where to find it. For the balance of the
time for which it is paid it may lie sent to
some Democratic fi ieud. I do not want
it any longer. Many others here will stop
when their times are out. Please enter
my name upon your list. This is nearly
a true copy of a notice sent to the News.
Publish if you wish. QkohoeW. Mouse.
Kingsville, Sept. 21.
Articles of incorjxmition have been filed
with the Secretary of State for the Ashta-
tabula Bolt and Shaft Company, with cap,
ilal stock $50,000. The incorporators are
Henry E. Parsons. Lewis W. Smith, Henry
H. Hall, A. A. Southwiek, George A. East
man and J. II. Bugbee. The erection of a
buildings will be begun iniinediately.dimen
nsions 70 x 330. Location not yet decided
The schooner Oriental, ol) this shore for
square timber, got caught iu tho heuvy
squall of last week, slipped her cable and
made otf the shore, leaving her anchor.
She returned next day with some canvas
uiown away. A rait ol lllnuer on tne way
to iter trom tho blioro was carried down
ui.:.. f... , i. u .
Best and cheapest line iu the City. Call
H. J. Topky & Co.
0. C. Fairbanks, the Dyer, has returned
to Ashtabula, to remain a month, and
would request all persons having Coloring,
Cleaning or Repairing to be done, to bring
it right away. Satisfaction guaranteed
Wo have a very complete assortment of
all sorts of foot wear, and can suit you
Call in. C. W. Chambcrliu. 2-3
A Treatise on tho Horse and his disc a
cs, by Dr. B. J. Kendall. A cheap, coin
prchensive and needful book for every oue
keeping a horse. Price 25 cents. Sold
by Parshal, Kingsville Thurber oo Co.,
and C. E. Swift, Ashtabula. tf
The very largo increase iu our sales
surely Indicate that people liko our style
of doing business. Try us. C. W. Chain
Go to White's if you want to buy goods
for what they aro, and no misrepresentation,
Rubber boots mended and warranted as
good as new, at Whites. 8-0
Dyspepsia in its worst forms will yield to
the use of Carter's Little Liver Pills. They
not only relieve present distress but
strengthen the stomach and digestive appa
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
Miss Mabel Walker Is attending w hool
at the Lake Krie Female Seminary at
Mis Ktniiia Barber is vi.-iting friends in
Rev. Gcorgii J. Itliss, preached his lust
sermon of this conference year yesterday
and last niht preached ti the Sunday
School scholars and young people. We
would like to have him return to Say.
brook another year.
W. B. Chapman of Erie, and S. A. North
way spoke at the town House lat Satur
day night. A good per ccutage ol the
audience were ladies, with a sprinkling of
Democrat. We never yet had a poor
speech from Stephen, and this one was
no exception to the rest. The few Demo,
crats that were present, paid marked at
tention to the speech throughout, and
heard some historical truths and authentic
statements of the antecedents of the two
parties, .that wc fear are not found inevery
issue of the Standard or the A'e'. I do
not want to be understood as saying that
Mr. Chapman's speech was not good, for
it was. but I am a little partial to Mr.
Norlhway, always learning from him
someiliing new time I hear him. 0
Sept. 20. 1880. J.
Kjugsvillc was shaken to its founda
tions, on Friday evening last, by the speech
of Judge Tourgee, and the question is, if
he is "one of Ihe fools," where are the wine
men? It was certainly a good speech, by
one who knows how it iskimself ;and while
it gave general satisfaction to the Republi
cans, it caused dissatisfaction and gnash
ing of teeth in the Democratic ranks. Our
glee clubeonsisting of Messrs. Luce, Alger,
Grover, and Wright, came out with a song
which was very appropriate for tho occas
ion. With due regard to his feeling! how
ever, we would like to inquire, "where wss
Amos when tho light went out.' The
North Kingsville mounted Wide Awakes,
and the. Conueaut foot Company Cap't
Townsand joined with our home Com
pany iu a parade, which was executed
peaceably without any of the democratic
arguments which have been used in Ashta
bula on two occasions. Geo. W. Rheutias
remodeled and repainted the house lately
purchased by him, till it is not to be recog
nized as the ssiiie house. Wishing to add
an ornament to his premises that will last
till his great grandchildren are tottering in
to the grave, he has had erect.d about two
hundred feet of the iron fence, manufact
ured by Luce & Hart of this place. It
certainly adds much to the apperance of
me sireer, as well as to nis own lor.
We notice that comrade L. W. Kimball.
has returned from his trip east, looking as
though he was capable of taking his rations
with a reinsti.
Our former citizen, Clinton Barret, who
has of late been residing in Cleveland.
stopped in town a day last week previous
to LaKing nis departure tor Luiusgo, wnicti
place he intends to make his future home.
The Democrats arc looking ouite dispoud-
ent since they lost their Maine elianco of
We are sorry to see comrade Sperry appar
ently getting down on the wrong side of the
fence. Come back A. F., and touch elbows
Eds. Tel: There was a large turnout
last Friday evening at Kingsville to hcur
a speech from J udgc A. W. Tourgee,vhose
father is one of our townspeople. The
speaker was introduced by Mr. J. A.
Fickinger iu a few appropriate remarks,
and none present could say that the Re
publican party was not well and ably rep
resented by Mr. Tourgee. It was eniphnt.
ieally the speech of the season, in Kings
villc. The Gnrticld and Arthur club from
Conneaut were present, numbering over
40, which added to our two companies
made a grand show.
.Mr. Jeremiah Horning ol Shelby, Or
leans county, N. Y., is in town for n stay
of about a week.
Mrs. Allcu Butler who for some time
has been in poor health, was treated to a
little bit ot a surprise party by tier chil
dren and a tew ot tier mends on tuc inn
inst., that being her 72u birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Jennings content
plate leaving this place in about two
weens mid in ueneva. nnan tie
Sept. 21. 1880.
We have a stock of printed milk tickets,
pints and quarts; just the thing for small
dealers. Price 25o a hundred.
James Reed & Son
The Radient Home with duplex grate is
the best Hard Coal Stove made. A full
line at H. J. Topky & Co.
The Horsk. Dr. B. J. Kendall's Treaty
on "The Horse and his 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 ot the
ailments to which the horse is subject,
Price 25 ets. To be had at trris office or at
C. E. Swift's drug store.
Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Com
pound is a remarkable roinedy for all those
painful complaints and weaknesses so com
mon to our nesr iemaie population, nonu
to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
Avenue, iirnn, Mass., lor pamphlets.
Have You Kver
Known any person to be seriously ill with
out a weak stomach orinaotivo liveror kid
neys? and when these orgaus are in good
condition do you not find their psci
enjoying goed health? Parker's Ginger
Tonic always regulates these important or
gans, and never falls to muka the Hood
rich and pure, and to strengthen every
part of the system. It has cured hundreds
of despairing invalids. Ask your neighbor
about it. &ee otner column. z-3.
We have a large amount of sawdust that
may be had for tho carting.
It E. A. Hitchcock.
Capt. N. Baiiti.ett "the good ma
at the wheel" has been rusticatiug in
the city of Cleveland for the past two
weeks, but returned to day, the 20th and
intends pushing the milk biz for one
month. The Captain looks happy and
.says he is soon going Soutli to lecture iu
tho Temperance cause. lt.
Correspondence ou local mailers should
be made concise as possible.
Don't decoive yourselves. "Dr. Sellors
Cough Syrup lor tne cure ot colds and
coughs has no equal. Sold by druggists
Mr.. W. N. Palmer. II!) Morgan Sir i t
Buffalo. N. Y. writes; My child its' fnkon
I'eli. Il will. IIHIIi III 11. "Cvtre-,1. form
nf ui llr. Tliomns' fv-leeiric Oil Iw-hiir the
nilv remedy at hand. 1 l-gan giving it
ordmg to direction, and found II gave im
mediate relief, I gave three (It) dumjs and
tie child rested well I tie remainder of Ihe
night. I have, u-cd it in my family for
some lime with complete .ucccn..
Geo. Meredith. Jersey City, writes: The
-Spring Blossom you sent me has had the
happiest efTeot on my daughter, her head
ache ami Depression of Spirits ha. vanish-
!d. Mie is again able to go to school and
as lively as a cricket. I .hall certainly
recommend it to all my friends.
Female weakness, acidity of stomach, liv
er and kidney di-ca-es, iion-reten-ioii in
tiltdren (or wetting the ts-d) have all been
tired iu a great number of eases by uiinir
Itarowna, Liver and Kidney Cure.
Prepared by E. K. Thompson, Titus
He, Pa. For .ale by Swifl, !..
Just one Studebaker wagon left. Will
sell at cost. H.J. Topky & Co.
C. W. Chamljcrlin haa iqiened a repair
hop in connection with his shoe store;
cobbling of all sorts done w-cll and at rea
sonable prices. 2 3
Ladies, when you want a handsome first
class Shiaj in kid or goat, go to White's
store and you will find it-
Wait! Wait! Walt for the new goods at
the Ashtabula Store B. 4. U. Buy, and
Paint your homes with X. Y. Enamel
paint. Cull and see samples at
II. .1. Topky Jc Co.
Our very large stiwk of fall good now In.
2-8 C. W. Chambcrlin.
Fine shoes and slippers in great variety,
at Chamberlin's. 2-3
Warranty and Quit Claim Deeds, Real
Estate and Chattel Mortgages, Leases,
Land Contracts and a full supply of Jus
tice's and Notary Blanks kept at the Tele-
oRAi'ii office. tf
Opposite P. O. 63tf
Penny Who and Pound Foollah,"
"Pound Foolish" is t he man or woman
who think they can go year in and year out
without taking anv thing to -cleanse their
systems. At last the fell destroyer comes
at a time when they think not, and they
aro prostrated, never to rise. "Penny
wise is the man or woman who thinks it
necessary and conducive to health to take
Pariuelee's Blood Purifier at all timet of
tho year when thoy feel the necessity for it.
t'riee 1 tier oottle; sample bottles
Sold by. Swift and E.A. Willard, Ashta
bula, ramiail, Kingsville. hept.
A Level Head
Sits on the shulders of that man who when
his horso becomes afflicted wite spavins,
rintrbone. galls, spring-holt, founder.
scratches and the like secures a bottle of
Parmelee's Universal Liniment, the best
and most effectuae medicine of its kind.
some of the most remarkable results ever
effected by a healing remedv. have been
produced by this liiiument. Price OUc per
bottle: sample bottle 25c. Sold bv Swift
and E. A. v lllard, Ashtabula, i'arshall,
Beat Worm medicine Known.
Physicians say that almost every child is
troubled more or less by worms. The poor
little ones are pale and naggard, weary ana
listless, and there is a constant flush on
one cheek. The parent should at once se
cure a box of I'armelee s worm candles or
Lozonees. They will destroy the worms
without injury to the child. Price 25 cents
per box. sold by iswitt and r,, a. wil
lard, Ashtabula. Parshall, Kingsville.
A Big Nnceeaa.
"My wife had been ailinc a longtime with
dyspepsia and nervousness and was in bed
two years wun a complication of disorders
her physicians could not cure, when I was
leu oy reading a circular lett at my door to
try Parker's Ginger Tonic. Having been so
onen deceived uy worthless mixtures noth
ing but my wife's dangerous condition
could naye led us to make any more exper
iments, bui it was a Dig success. Three
bottles cured her, at acost of a dollar and
fifty cents, and she is now as strong as any
woman, and regularly does her household
duties. 11. D., Uutfalo. See other column
Hemedr lor "Hard Time.."
Get more real and substantial thines of
life every way, and especialy stop running
expensive and quack doctors, or using so
in in n oi ine vue uumoug medicines mat
do you no good, but make the proprietors
rien. rut your trust in the greatest ot all
simple, pure remedies, Parmelee's Dyspep
sia Compound. That always effects a cure
at a trilling cost. Try it and see better
limes, ft ice f i per bottle; sample bottles
1 K u!,l 1... sr...tr, V A Wilt-..l
Asiitabuta. l'arsuall, King6ville. oept.
GAINED TWENTY FIVE POUNDS.
North Clymer, N. Y., Dee. 0, 1879.
Dr. M. M. Fenner. Fredoaia, N. Y .
Dear Sir: Abont a year seo my
health was so poor that I was bardly atilo to do
bUMlue.s al all. Uud no appetlto, oould not
sluep niirht., coughud a great deal sod Id fact be
can to cuuumiil.te the nucesettv of breaking dd
oiy business and KOlnjr to a different climate for
iny nuaiiu. i n.u iriuu itmoii everyimuK recom
mended for such cases bat fonud no relief. 1
took five bottles of your Blood and Liver Rem
edy and Nerve Touic, and gained twenty-Aye
puunus in weigui auu leui as wen as ever.
J. C. Newell.
Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonio may well be called "The
conquering hero" of the times. Whoever
has "the blues should take it, lor it regu
lates and restores the disored system that
gives rise to them. It always oures bilious
ness and Liver Complaint. Jaundice. Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Fever and
Ague, bpleen .utargements. bcroiula, ery
sipelas, Pimples, Blotches, and all skin
eruptions and Blood Disorders, Swelled
Limbs and Dropsy, Sleeplessness, Impaired
Nerves and Nervous Debilitv: restores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures Female
Weakness and Chronic Rheumatism, and
relieves Chronic Bronchitis, and all lung
and throat dlfllculties. It does theso things
by striking at the root of disease and re
moving its causes.
Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour. Try
sample bottle at ten cents.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any
pain, as Toothache, Neuralgia, Colio or
Headache, in 2 to 30 minutes, and readily
relieves Rheumatism. Kidney Complaint
Diarrhoja, ete. Try a sample bottle at 10
Dr. Fenner's Vegetable Blood and Liver
fills. The best latnllv niivsio Known
For sale bySwift. At wholesale by Strong,
Cobb & Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
LAHtiE and complete stock of
i.egal uianKH for sate ni me
NEW CASH STORE!
COLLINS & STEVENS,
HAVE JTST Ol'ENEI) A NEW STOCK OF
Desirable Fall & Winter
Which for Style, Durability
mirprwriea in Asnrahula l.ttdies, you will rind 1'ositiv
Bargain at this store! There lias never been pre
sented a more Attractive Stock to select from,
and every thing is New and Fresh. Not
an old thing in stock ! Do not forget
the place. Geo. Willard b Block,
Three Doors South of Post Office.
GEO. E. STEVENS.
DURI 3KT Gr
The Fleeting Moments of time that crowd us
along we must do something toward procur
ing bread and butter, and as we can't eat
and having a Large Stock that will have to be
sold sooner or later the
is bound to sell and not be undersold as long
as they have credit in New York. So bear in
mind all that want Dry Goods and
Visit the Ishtabula Store
this week at
and Cheapness have never Wn
JOHN W. COLLINS.