Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Ashtabula weekly telegraph. (Ashtabula, Ohio) 1880-1886, October 15, 1880, Image 5',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
'. n.' rvuoutiN' ' '
A. R. TIIURBKU & COMPANY.
White Wash Brushes
Swift's Drug Store
Fridny Morninu, Oct. 15, 1880.
The Krpuiiiiciui majority in Ashulm
la will bo 250 la November.
X. X. from Gregg's Corners reached
us a little too lute for Insertion.
Cummins of Couneaut is now at work
tanning flfty tons of pumpkins.
Mrs. Henry Sheldon of Brooklyn. N.
Y., Is expected here next week on a visit.
Tlio young men of Ashtabula put
their shoulders to the wheel last Tuesday.
Her many friends In Ashtabula will
regert to learn of the serious illness of
Miss Annie Oorlou at her home in Chi
cago. The Ashtabula fishermen who have
been at Erie for eouie months past were
on hand last Tuesday to cast their Repub
Gen. Garfield can hardly ask more
from his friendB in Ashtabula county.
We are inclined to look upon their treat
ment as very fair usage.
Any party wishing to exchange hick
ory wood for the Tki.eoraI'II will be ac
commodated on application. Brush tops
and rotten buts are not wanted.
The ladles of the Presbyterian church
h.tve just finished the packing and ship
ping ul a barrel of valuable comforts, for
a western home missionary.
Dr. Tilden of Lenox the, Qazette says,
has removed to the Hub, Having bought
a place in this lowuahip, we bad hoped to
hove the Doctor 6eltle among us.
On Saturday night last, a straw stack
belonging to Asa Case of Colebrook, was
struck by lightening which together with
a barn, was totally destroyed. . About $250
insuranue od the.
.Mr. M. Y.Groliui,foriiierly of Ashta
bula and for several years American Ex
press Mi'SBf ner on the L. S. &. M. 3. Ry,,
has been transferred to the Buffalo office
on account of his health.
The Democrats are pleased over one
thing, and that is that Morrison stopped
where hid milking Weaver speeches, for
if it had not been so there would not have
an omnibus load left in the county.
The New York star dramatic company,
with Fred II. Wren, will give two enter
tainments Friday and Saturday evenings
ot this week Hip Van Winkle and Uncle
Tom's cabin will be brought out with good
effect, at the Opera House.
The Ashtabula Newt claims to be in
dependent in politics. Perhaps it is, but
the publisher might just as well announce
his paper to be Demouratio, and claim hit
share of the county advertising. The
Newt in any other state would be called
Where is Frickerr Can any one help
Pricker out of trouble? Have you heard
from Vermont, from Maine, from Ohio,
from Indiana, and rout the Little Town
Meetings, of Connecticut? Oh Frickerl
Fricker! where is that long line of states
men and patriots ?"
There is a commendable degree
sympathy felt for some of our representa
tive Democrats, over the turn that things
political have takcu. One of our well-to-do
Republicans proposes to send lor a barl
soothing syrup with which to uwlify their
bruised and larcerated feelings.
The Youngslown Register and Trib
une comes to us enlarged to an eighUcol
umn sheet called the Youngslown Daily
Register. It has passes into Dew hands,
financially speaking, but remains under
the same editorial and busluess manage,
ment. It wears a metropolitan air and
a credit to its managers.
The Psinesville Advertiser notices
return of Mr. Homer E. Nellis from Pio,ua,
where be has a manufactory, employing
hands not one ot whom will vote
Deiuocratio .ticket. Among them is
German Democrat, who says be had
wages In in Germany, ' and don't want
them here, , i -- '
This and to-morrow evenings the New
York Star Compaiiy, will .appear at
Opera House, in Rip Van Winkle'
Uncle To'"'' Cabin. The troupe is a
one and cornea well recomuwuded.
compuny embraces sevoral stars, and
entertainment is expected to be of
than common interest. ,. , .v .
Good for 6ri(Bn! He hangs his banner
on the outer wall, and hit patron saint
Neil Dow and prohibition. . If the
could tie induced t. give up twaddling
ter two or three ptrtiei, and put
square upon the prohibition platform,
would nid materially to its stock of stand
inn and resoeutability. The Junior's
The Women's Foreign Missionary Ae-
stwiaUuii, Olitu branch, wet at I'auicsUllc,
in Wedni'.ilay, in the lecture looms of the
('ongrcgiitlonal Church. About .VH) Indict
were In attendance. Rev. ('. T. Collins of
Cleveland delivered an address. Com
mittees were appointed and officer elect
nd. Mrs. A. I). Strong and Mrs. J. H
lllylh were delegates from thu Congnga.
tional Church of Ashtabula.
F. H. Pierce and Harmon Tnttle of
Aiistinburg were among the crowd at War.
ren who were taken In an done for the
Mint for 6, and the oilier for (.100. We
suppose that they would say with our
Dr. Hail, they are Indebted to some Demo
crat for that kind of attention. Not that
every Democrat is a pick-pocket, but as
Philosopher Greely put. It, every pick
pocket or horse thief is a Democrat,
Councilman Haskell has completed (he
job of trimming up the north park, and
made a very good job of it. though the
idiosyncraey of friend Hubbard about
orotches, has not been very much respect
ed, or the distress of his sensibilities in
'any measure assuaged. The ground lis
been raked over, dragged and seeded.
The park presents a more cmily appear
ance toan r.-r years. I lie work of trim
ming bus been carried to the streets, and
the south park, is, wo uinh-rsinnd, to be
treated in the same way.
('apt. Belknap was sent down to
Grvggs Corners the other night to talk
Democracy to the Demos, fit that wortiiy
neighborhood. When he entered the place
of meeting, he look a tit-liberate survey
the company assembled, and remarked
no doubt very discreetly that it needed
temperance lecture more than a Demo,
cratic stump speech, mid therefore started
off with a lecture on the subject that lies
so near his heart, and gave his new made
friends some very wholesome advice by
which to govern their lives political
well ns moral.
A Visit to Pittsbi'Ruh the first since
the opening of railroad connection wit
that mart of industry has satisfied
that Ashtabula has no grounds of iuisgiv
nig upon me scale or commercial impor
tance and business energy and thrift
of her lothor-end-of-the-route neighbor
Next to its murky atmosphere and the
struggle of the sun to make itself sensible
through the perennial showers of lamp
black, the stranger is struck with surprise
at the hurrying crowds along her sidewalks,
and the threading ol the numerous heavy
teams that seem ready to close and block
up her narrow streets. The dii: of the
city reminds us of that of the thorough-
tares of tlie great cilyof New York. The
closing up of the Exposition, of course,avu
an extra crowd and rush to the sidewalks
of the Fifth Avenue. The city seemed.
however, full; for at no place could
crowd be avoided. The Exposition was
grand success never before equalled eith
er in Die number of its entries, the tact
its arrangement, the variety and superiority
of its display, and the whelesoineness
its receipts. The great hall was admirably
designed, commodious and extensive, oc
cupying a second story, with ample grounds
and a supreb track for the indulgence
of the taste of those of equine ten
dency. The oity is a manufacturing cen
tre, and though its products of home in
dustry were numerous, yet we thought that
the principle object of its pride, the manu
factures of iron, were not iu the abund
ance that might have been expected. Tht
receipts were sufficiently generous to bring
encouragement and comfortable reflection
to the management. They are said to lead
ot 8h of both Cincinnati and Chicago,
This matter settled the question of its con
tinuance and annual regularity.
The buildings for trade and truffle
an index of wealth and the results
business. These were elegant, extensive
and imposing. Its Union Depot is upon
a scale of liberalty and cultured taste.
Though deficient in post office accommo
dations, provision is being made for
upon an extensive scale. Buildings have
been removed, and the debris is in the
clearing up, on a block of 250 feet front
on Smithfleld street, and 425 on the
and third avenues. The architectural
style has not yet been agreed upon, but
scale of the enterprise, and the demands
the city and taste of its citizens are a
ficient guarantee that its appropriation!
and ttyle will be equal to the wants of
giant young city.
We can only speak of Pittsburgh as
fell under our eye, while attending In
own business in its central portions of
river commerce, or its manufactories,
its several suspension and trussle bridges,
of the beauty and richness of its suburbs
devoted to residences, except the portion
of which we caught a birdseye view
the line of approach, we are unable
speak. From its elements of present
portance and the foundations already
deep and broad for its future growth
greatness, we may repeal Ashtabula
have no hesitation in admitting Pittsburgh
upon her platform, and take her into
full sympathies and reciprocities of
and business amenities. Already
along the line of the A. & P. is in that
rectiou, and she therefore becomes the
petitor of Cleveland and Buffalo.
business intercourse will grow and increase
with acquaintance. There are certain
classes of manufactures which may be
on better terms at Pittsburgh than at
er city named east or west of us
this our merchants are finding out.
withstanding Cleveland our most natural
market it within two hours of ns,
Pittsburgh with ils imperfect connections
aud needless dslays is more than
times that, Cleveland may do well to
to her laurels, for the evidences ot a
connection between the northern
southern termtuus are already apparent,
and year by year will doubtless
more so. .-
' We were indebted to Messrs. Reed &
advertising agents, for personal
which we shall hope to reciprocate
ootiortuulty offers. We may not
similar attention from Messrs. J.
& Co.,' also in the same business.
Ti... al,tat,ln nomnr-rntJi think
Fricker aa a campaign ptauagur la a
STONED AND EGGED!
'Tlie Ashtabula OarftVM Cavalry were
warned not to parade at the Harbor on
Monday evening last, but It turned out a
company nfahout forty men, headed by
the Tenth Regimental Rand slid marched
through the ptincipal sirens at the L. H. It
M. H. depot and thu Harlair, tho Democrat
ic paradise of Ashtabula. In passing
Doohnn and Tinley's places no less than
litres missels were hurled at the torch bear
ers by the cowardly sneaks who were
among the ballatant crowds that lined the
street. Fortunately only one man was
struck, and he not seriously injured, A
brick bat, Isrger than an Irishman's flst,
was thrown from Terry Tinley's premises
and lauded on the opposite side of the
street. The writer has the name of the
young- man who stood in front of Doohan's
place and threw a missel, and he will soon
have an opisirtunity to answer to the charge
of assault and haltery.
When the procession reached Bridge
street at the Harbor the sidewalks were
crowded with all classes of citizens, who
followed to Temperance hall, where a halt
was made for a few minutes. The proces
sion then inarclieil hack through ifni'ge
street follow.-tl ty a howling mob, anil
while pus.-ing up the hill the rear of lite
column was showered with stones and egs,
and several men and horses struck. The
officers made several charges on the eow
ards, and saw several Democratic voters in
the crowd, who seemed to lie ihe leaders.
The Democrat party of Ashtabula favors
this slyln of southern bulldozing, or
would publicly condemn it. Not a line
has appeared in their organs on this mat
ter, and yet this is the ihiril lime such as
sau'ts hate been made.
The lurch light companies will parade
the streets of A-shlahuta, and if they can
not be protected by the officers of the law,
they wilt take the law into their own hands.
ATTENTION YOUNG MEN!
Arrangements are being made by the
Republican young men of Ashtabula
pay a short visit to General (turtleld at his
Mentor home, and it is the desire that
every Rt-puhlicuu voter in the county un
der twenty-live years of age join in this
To make this movement asuccess every
Township Committeeman in the county
requested to use bis influence, witli
object in yicw. The day for making
visit has not yet been appointed, but due
announcement will be made. Delegations
from every township are expected, and
the work of organizing should commence
Since writing the above it has been de
cided to have this visit lake place on Fri
day or Saturday of next week, October
2nd or 23d. Conneaut iind Geiu va have
jeen heard from and will send largo dele.
For any further information address
. II. Haskell, Ashtabula.
RALLY AT PLYMOUTH.
be a Kupulilicnn meeting
lymtiuth on Satuidiiy evening, llllli,
hich will be atklrcaaetl by Flunk A. Pet
bone, Esq. The Ashtabula and North
Kingsville cavalry ami Kingsville iintl
Plymouth foot companiet will be present
and muUe a grand street parade. The
members of the Ashtabula Cavalry may
ride over in carriages, taking their uni
forms and saddles with them, or meet
the armory on Spring street at 0 p. in. aud
ride over mounted with such as choose
go that way. Let every member be pres
eut on this occaHlon.
An evening with the mountains
and mines of Arizona and
roducts and peculiarities of
Pacific coast , was very agreeably
ptut in the society of Mr. L. W. Smith
and family on Tuesday veiling last.
Their extensive travels in those regions
have given them opportunities for much
ibservation and familiarity with the vari
ous matters of interest brought
reach in tne course of a couple of
ii those portions of the world. The
merous views in their possession, and
free discriptions accompanying their
and study, fill an evening with
deep interest and entertainment.
least in interest to us was the evidence
tht richness and abundance of the vine
the California coust. the clusters
like the "clusters of Eschol," and the
cellence anil chespness ot the fruit dried
into raisins, five cents a pound were
ciliated to make the mouth water, Noth
iug could exceed the arid harmless
topographical desolation of Arizona,
would be repulsive aud irredeemable
it not for the riches that lie couoettled
locked up in the depths below, Mr. James
Smith brought with him from these
tant and desolate regions, some rare speci
mens of birls and beasts. The homed
toad that we have heard o much about.
may be seen in his possession. 1 hey
verv ureiiy, very huriuless and very
ous being about the thickness of
blade of a case knife. Iu the handling
however they begin to swell and assume
somewhat symmetrical proportions.
have the quality of the'possiiin. They
lika dead when handled, and show
signs of life except when laid upon
back. Beside these, we were shown
specimen or two of the mocking birds
those regions and a cage made by the
ning fingers and mother wit of the
gentleman. A second cage for these
ed warblers, it now ou itB way rrora
coast, made from the red wood of
monster trees of Mariposa. But one
ning amidst so much material for
tainment is but agrlvation, and we
to avail ourself of the courtesy of
family to repeat the visit and devote
or even mora evenings ill traveling
those regions so rich in onriosily and
A new lot of Brass and Wire Cages
rueaivnil. and some at low as 50 cts,
M. G. Dick's.
fail-1 would have bad a clean sweep iu Ashtabu
ura I la." Correct your Honor.
Ex-Mayor Morrison, the mogul of
Ashtabula Greenback party, says to
Ilovt. "If we had made a few
speeches in this vicinity the Itepublicans
A REPUBLICAN GAIN OF 154.
A STINGING REBUKE TO DEMOCRATIC STONE
THROWERS, BULLDOZERS, ETC.
The stale election in old AshLabula was
a hard fought contest, but It resulted In-
bringing out the Urgent vote ever cast
here, and a Republican gain over the
iiajority of last year of 134 totes. The
total vote in 1H7V was 1128 while this year
I2'W Votes were cast, with a Republican
majority of UK). There has been some
hard work to bring out so full a vote with
such handsome gains, but tho Itepublicans
are still wideawake and a still greater
majority will be piled up on November
2nd for our great leader General James A.
The following is the vets for the different
. .0X5. . .
. .4H(j. .
Judge S. C
Clerk S. C
Public Works. . .
Common Pleas (l&J. . .
Mem. S. Board (Ml...
Sheriff TOO 4119.
Andilor 710 405.
Recorder m3 4M.
'ommissinner OH 1 4tll .
Survevor 4H11 0X2.
Inr. D'tr. clor IWO 4.
Coroner OKI 482.
. . .32
. . .2
. . .82
The Prohibition vole was !8 ranging
fruui 4 to 5 to a candidate.
The Republican majority is thus 1US,
gain of 154 over 1879. While the Ropub
Means have made this handsome gain, our
opponents have fallen off from last year
51 votes. For this assistance we are in
debted not only to business men, but men
also who make a living by the sweat
Ihe brow, but the object of both was the
same to avoid a change of government
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
On Wednesday evening last, the Gar
field Guards of this place, joined in a par
ade, with the mounted company of North
ingsville, at that place, after which they
stened to a telling speech by F. A. Petti-
bone of Ashtabula. Both companies also
k part in the parade at Ashtabula,
atiirdav evening, and were well pleased
illi their reception. K.very thing puesed
If pleasantly as far ns we have heard, and
the bovs all unite in saying that Bieder
nows how to make good coffee.
Miss Nellie Fickenger leaves this week
'or Krie, where she goes to take lessons
ical music, from the celebrated Prof.
eld of that place.
Miss Carrie Case, who has been leadi
ng music in Caro, Michigan, accompanied
y a friend Mrs. Clissey it visiting
father, Mr. Chester Case, on the Couneaut
Elbowing our way between the immense
ry goods boxes that barricaded Luce's
Blore on Saturday, we effected an entrance,
nd beheld a sight that would cause
heart of any husband or father to sink
ilhin him. Dry goods of all discriptions
in calico to silk, ribbons, shawls, cotton,
annel, &c, &c; all lying about promiscu
ously as they had been taken from
boxes, previous to shelving.
Fanners, a word wiih you. If you wish
to save any of that money that the
ave been paymg you for wheat, keep
wives an daughters away f.om Luce's.
Mrs. D. L. Hicok accompanied by
Stephenson of Bellefontaine has gone
attend the annual meeting of the American
Association at Norwich, Con
We of the north east corner, live move
and have a being something like christian
people iu other localities, besides we
aud give in marriage, yet we are
all of us angels, but human. Speaking
of marriage reminds me of a little
in that line one day last week,
high life, where several forms came
pi ing. Last week Wednesduy was
day set for the marriage ceremony
tweeu Mr. Frank Keclcr a reporter
the Cleveland Herald, and Miss Lottie,
daughter of tlie late D. U. Alleu founder
of tho Reporter. The groom was on
as bold as a lion, but alas! was minus
necessary license. Although tho young
man'B father was already to do the Job
wlio by the way is a M. E. Divine
what shall we do, and what is to be
Well, something had got to be done,
that too, pretty soon. The licence
come on the Accommodation train,
again it might not, so it was propoted
load into Stiuc's buss and cross over
ttale line and there perform the ceremony,
after about a half hour drive they brought
up under the branches of a large
nut tree.beside the road in Spriu-iielil
the job was done. Whether Brother
Keeler repeated words that Dean
did the time he joined the couple
neath the ouk iu stormy weather"!
learn. But at any rate, when they
back to the house of Allen, said
had arrived, so they concluded to have
strained over again, to tlie satisfaction
all present. But little or nothing
we have had to Bay were it one in low
But Pope said once : ' Its from high
high characters are drawn" aud ! view
newspaper reporter aa high at non-com
missioned ofHccrs ever get.
Yesterday Mr. Milford Shepard one
our best citizens died rather suddenly
typhoid fever. About every case of
in this vicinity proves fatal this year.
Most of the farmers are turning
attention to stocking their farms with
as they consider a few sheep at the
prioesof mutton and wool are more
table than all cows, or grain
Speaking of sheep reminds me of Mr.
W, Field of Ashtabula couiming into
midst a few days ago and gobbling up his
choice from several fls k of sheep. They
were as chol'je a lot of fat sheep as I ever
w driven out of town. But Mr. Fie'd
seemed to know his business. Than we all
have oonfidence in his word and esteem
him a gentleman, and all O K with the
exception of hit politics.
The great (jiiestiun asked next will be,
Have heard from Ohio?
October 12th. 1880.
Kd. Tel. inr Inst iim sojourn at Oil
Crffk, and the nit jniint of fnt?rtflt to
whir h attention wm given, vm Ti
tiiflTille Fair. Thin was a autrceM
in many rHpfcLa while in others it
was alinont a failure. Floral Hall
prefwnu,l a firm dUpUy. The stock
depart ment was pour ami meaner. I no
ticed a cotawohl nheep, upon exhibition
that watt valued at $150. It was not su
perior to many commonly found at our
county fair. According to the lant census
thin town contained U-n thousand inhahi
itaritA, The building are mostly new and
painted and from the nurrounding hills
make a neat and t finny appearance.
Near the centre is a lare hrirlc building
Idling lip of lTtO feel friifit one of the
finest in th entire city. It is to be occu
pied hp an oil t'lftiMnie.
A point of iuterst was found In the
scene of the late Are. The tank that first
look fmm the lightning, wan situated on
a high hill on the south side of the creek.
while llow were many smaller tanks sur
rounded by a forest of small timber. Not
a green twig or spire of grass remains.
The itihHbitanta near were obliged to flee
for their lives leaving every thing
the mrcy of the flat in-. As one tank after
another took fire and burnt, the ceue
said to have liven indi ribable. The earth
was a sheet ol flume, rising far
above the surrounding hill tops. A bat
tery of artillery was brought to bear upon
the tanks below, lessening the danger by
letting of their contents. The creek for
about a mile is said to have presented
sheet of flame. Fortunately the wind
was not in the soii(h( or nothing could
linve saved the city from certain destruc
tion. Fire companies were present from
alt the neighboring cities, and through
their united effort d the greater portion
the city was saved. The bed of the
creek yet showed unmistakable evidence
of the fire.
Much of the country lately occupied for
oil has been abandoned, and the lands are
used for farming purposes, aud although
W. October 4, 1880.
Little Lake lias done nobly. The poll
shows a haudsome Republican gain
each township and gives General Garfield
the indorsement of an increased majority
in the county of 209. pull majority 17H3.
VVilloughhy made the largest Republican
gain, ST. Puincsville comes next with
net gain of 54.
Dr. T. U. Wells, of Painesville. has left
for a residence at Miuneapolis, Minn.
The last grand rally of the Itepublicans
of our countv lietnre the October election,
was heltl at Mentor on Saturday night, and
was addressed by Hon. S. A. Northway
with bis usual cll'cct.
A meeting at Fairport was addressed
Hod. J. H. Burrows ou Monday evening.
II. C Frasier, who was injured by
planing macinne atiiuitiuri & raigc s.
account of which we gave last week, died
on Friday morning. He was 2H years
age ami leaves a wile and oue child.
Grand Rivkb Confkrknce held its senii-
anual meeting with tlie Congregational
church at Uock Creek, iuesday and
Wednesday of last week. The number
delegates was not as large as usual, but
the meeting was characterized by a very
tine spirit. Iter. L. A. Uicharuson preach
ed the opening sermon. Rev. E.
Loomis was made moderator, and Rev.
H. Robins, scribe. Interesting papers were
read by Rev. J. K. Nttttiug, Rev. G.
Phinney, Rev. E. R. Loomis, Rev. S.
Dickinson, and Dea.W. W. Hopkins. .The
next meetine- will be held at Wavne. Rev.
S. W. Dickinson and M. G. Dick are gates
to the National Council to be
Lydia E. Pink hain't Vegetable Com
pound has done thousands of woman more
good than the medicines of many doctors.
It is a positive cure tor alt teinale com
plaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham
Get yourself a Lock Faucet for your
der barrel. II. J. Topky & Co. sell them.
Second-hand school books,
Millinery Goods, Just received, a
stock of rnre beauty and attractiveness.
Call eurly and take your choice.
5-6 Mrs. L. M. Pierce.
All kind of Cook and Heating 8tovet
be found at H. J. Topky & Co's. 2t,
Official figures from Ohio show that
Ashtabula Store leads In low prices
lurgust stock. Bee new advertisement.
Blakcslecfe Moore's display f childrens
pictures at the fair, attracted a great
of attention and many compliments. 3t
Bricks without Straw j Fools Errand,
nd Invisible Empire, on sale and in
Circulating- Library, at M. O. Dick's.
Ladies, when you want a handsome
class Jjhoe in kid or goat, go to White
store and vou will find it-
Soinething new in thu stove line.
Paris Royal, call anil see for your self.
21. II. J. Topky Co.
Blukesluc & Moore scooped 'em at
Comity Fair; they received four of six
premiums awarded in tbeir department.
Nkw Goods Mrs. F. M. Pierce has
received a Fall Stock of Millinery
which it will be of interest for the
to see, as the Btyles are very rich
If you want the best, gel the Kadiant
Home Base Burner. The only one
the Duplex Grate. H. J. Topky &
Cash Paid for Timothy Hay Delivered
in Ashtabula after Out. 10th.
04tf. Ilubbard & Strador.
Blakoslee Moore received first
um on the best and largest display
Photographs at the county fair.
Agents and Canvassers make from
to $50 per week selling goods for K.
Ribeout & Co.. 10 Barclay st., New
Send for oatalogue and terms. 52t04
Go to White's if you want to buy
for what they are.and no misrepresentation,
Rubber boots mended aud warranted
good as new, at Whites.
A Treatise on the Horae and his diea
e by Dr. B. J. Kendall. A cheap, com-
prchensiTe and needful iHMikfnr every one
keeping a horae. Price 25 rents. Hold
by rarsbal, Klngsvllle Thurbcr it Co.,
and C. E. Hwlft, Ashtabula. if
Warkajitt and Quit ('latin 1'i-eds, Iteal
I'lnte and (.'battel Mortgages, leases, I
Land Contract and a full supply of Jus
tice's and Notary Jtlanks kept at the Temc-
graph office. tf
We hare a stock of printed milk tickets,
pints and quarts; just the thing for small
dealers. Trice 25c a hundred.
James fted L Son.
It is but a simple statement of a fact
when I sav that ir. E. K. Thompson's
Sweet Worm Powder has saved, humanly
spee king, several lives, one of which was
that of a valuable native preaeher.
5- Itev. J. K. Clough,
Mission House, Ongola, Hindoostan,
Nolo by Hwirt.
WHAT PIIYHK.'IANH THINK.
Nw Yoaa, Dec. II, mi.
Or.M. V. Flm, frwti.nl.. N. T.
Dr lr. rh.vf no Dilution 'n mj
In that the ertlr-jw-y of your Blood .no l.tvrr Hem
fiy and Nere Ionic In r.lleTtnv nfl cnrlu. Ihe
.rtonn rhrooie di.... yoo nieiitton I. conal"
Ion with it. fr .iiroH..-, Anytliiiig hare ever
Diet wlin or known, drirUi. . twenty yearn' rxten.
Ire practice of medicine. 111. .norjen.fiillr ad
DiftiMered In no large . ntimtief of dl.eM.e. he
rauae It ooerau. hy way of removing the came ol
aiaeaM. uroce triav yield to neceaany.
Youra truly. A. V. JenniDz, M. D.
Dr. FentiT'i Wood ami hirer K melr
ami Nerve Tonic may well lie calleil ''The
comjiieniiK hero" ol the time. Whoever
the blue nhouhl take it. for it rcifti-
Intra am) restores the disored system that
ive?ri to them. It always cure Uilions-
neaa ami Liver OmTaint, Jaundice, Djn
ppsia, Constipation, Headache, Fever and
Ague, hnleen hnlarrerneiiU, Scrofula, hrr
ipelaa. rimple, lilotchen, and all fkin
eruptions and Wood Ihiorders, Swelled
l,uni and Propyt Neeptenesn, Impaired
Nerves and Xervoutt Deoilitv: restore fle?h
ana strength when the system is running
down or Koinjr into decline: cures female
Weiikneft and Chronic KhcumAtism, and
relieves Chronic HmnchitiB, and all lung
n U throat dinieultitM. It does thee thmifs
hy striking at the root of disease and re-
niovini? it CAiine
Dr. renriers Iir.nroved Cout?h Honev
will relieve any couirh in one hour. Trv
sample bottle at ten cents. '
- 1 w- ..... . .
y.. "c f uumn iwriici iuiva mi
lie k ..n .w. m 1 .1 , i n I,.l...r ..
pain, as-toothache, INeuralgia, Colic or
Headache, in 2 to 30 minutes, and readily
,fl10 Phot, mat.., L' ;,!.,. f. i;
. ..wTva ...U...-...U ik'j.icj wiijjjmiiii,
iry m sample DO me at iu
Dr. Fetiner's Vegetable Blood and Liver
fills, ihe best family physic known.
For sale by Swift. At wholesale by Strone.
Cobb & Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Inventors employing; attorn I es familiar
nn practice in tne F.uem ornce. rare v fu
oi HecuruiK paieni. experience ensures UC-
cehs in proHecutinir, con tented entries and
Mineral Landclaimn belore the fteneral fjnd
uince. ionj( practice itives HucceH In secur.
liia pen ul on.
t'restjrev A (ireen. AtUirneva. KA Ucvcnth
mreei, anink'un. u. l. nave nad onar ex
perience In all branches of practice before
ramus uavinif bus ties shon.d addreu
ineuuencioingfatainp) for Information. 4lf.
The Greatest Hemedy Known.
Dr. Klne'a New Dlfcoverv for YnumtiMnn
inw;,i wiLiiin writ oi aiinerine rmman-
ly. i nouaanilH of once hopeleaa aunertfra.
nw loudly proclaim Ihelr uralae fur thla
wonderful Discovery to which they owe their
auruptlon, but CouKha, Colda, A.thliia, brnn
rhtttB, Itay Fever. tfcmrKeneaK and all aflec
tlona ofthe Throtit. fheat and Lunirx vleld at
I'm mil J uoea ii positively cure I on-
once u IU wonderful curative powera aa If
oy inuKic. n e uo not aK yoa to nuy a larire
tjoiiie uuiii you hiiow wnai you are KeilliiK.
We therefore earnestly reuueat von to call on
your druKUlatli. Gee A Jtoeera, and Ket a trial
bottle for ten cent., which will convince the
moat akeptlcul of It. wonderful nierltn, and
allow you what a regular one dollar aire hot-
ue win qo. ror aaje by t.ee dc Hou-era.
Bneklen Arnlcm Salve.
Th beat salve In the world for rnta Rrnla-
ea, Morea, Ulcera, Salt Kbeum. Fever Sore.
Tetter. Chapped Handa, Chilblain.. Coma,
and all klnife ofHkln Kruptlona. Thla salve
la guaranteed to give perleet aatlafactlon In
very case or money refunded, frlce as cm.
per box. For aaie by Uee A Rogers. Stt-(I7
Whenviu wantMiniethiiiir tonLLpnd strict.
ly to bunlneas and cure a cough or cold in the
neaa. ret nr. renner's improved couirh Hon.
ey It will relieve any eaae In one hour.
1 ry a sample Dottle at 10c.
Lrrk Turn KB In New York City. Oct.
Mr. C'harlea B. Leek of Aahtabula. to alias
Armenia Turner oinew York city.
NoBQtrtsT Ltrir aorisT. In Aahubnla. Octo
ber II, by Rev. J. N. M'Uiff.rt, Adelph Norqoiat,
to Johanna Ltoeqaiat, both of A.bubola, Ohio.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Oct. 15. 1880.
DRALEBSFAY THE FOLLOWING PRICES '.
Apples, dried, per tt .fw to .01
Butter, per t 2 to .24
Beans, per bu 1.21) to 1.50
Cheese, per t VA. to .11
Corn, shelled, per bu 4o to
Kgga, per dox l. to
t .ard. per B
Oats, per bu
folaloea, per on e w
Peaches, dried, per lb
Vinegar, per gal
Cheatnuts, per bu
Hlckorynuia, per ou
Chickens, dressed, per pound,
Turkeys, " "
SELLING PRICES AT RETAIL.
Apples, dried, per lb
Butter, per lb S5 to
Beans, per ba
Bran, ber cwt
Chop Feed per ewt
Corn Meal perewt to
Cheese, per tb ,
Ebkb, per doc
Corn, lu the ear. per bu. of 70 B
Flour, Peerless per sack
" Mlcb. white wheat
" Hurprlae, per suck
Neptune, M "
" Denver Col. W.W.persck
XX. per sack
" Buckeye, per sack
Ohio Mills, A, wnite ...
Ohio Mills, X A Amber..
Ohio Mills, A Amber ....
" New Km, Ohio Mills....
UmI l,nltil. Rack
Middflngs, per ewt
Potatoes, per bu .... ,
Lard per lb
Peaches, dried, per lb
Halt. per bbl
Vinegar, per gal
Chickens, dressed, per pound,
Turkeys " " '
SELLING AND PAYING PRICES AT WHOLESALE
Bran, per ton -
f 1.1.11 In ira lu, ton 3t.H0
Corn Meal, per ton
i iiod eea. per ton
Corn, per bushel, (uavlugl .
Oats, per bu
The Oyster 8eion haa Ailly ouene
am prepiired to Airulh tin
Old Reliable and Ostebrated
"NEW Y0EK COUNTS."
You will always And the Best Brand
A. J. Bieder's Bakery,
onto ASHTABUIj V.
FAH.M FOli SALE.
ISO ACHFS OP OIn LAND
acres of ihmkI tiuibbr. OoJd BUKSr bmih,
.t. .tH ..t Niimentua buildlnifB la
reunlr. Mltusted In Plyraoutb, s miles
AsUUbultb. Terui oi essy. inqyireui
C. K. Mann.
In Ksst Aibtabala
FOR TWO NIGHTS!
Friday & Saturday Evenings
OF T11IH WKKK.
N. Y. Star Company,
1'rodurlng with RpeHal Reenery, New dm-
lumen and Itmng Canla,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Lars; Cwmpaof mm4 Kverjr Oaa a
WaUih for the Trained
8IHKIUAN IlbOOO IIOVMS
that bike part In "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Admission Vx'ts. ltfrvfHl HraU Kct., to be
lmI at tlie AshUihula Htnre. It
NATIf A V HTHOXO who resident nsrln.
(In. PniTfl ronnty, Iowa. Joseph Htrong
who resides at i knltu, MHhAha county,
f'twit, I'dnlfl Stroiif who rellt, at Vhswht.
Timrola ronnty. Mlrhliran. Anna K. MK-n-il;,KHralitl.
M-Kfiir.it- am I Frank!? Mr ken
who rftld4 at ItidltiUHpollN. Inilmna. are
h hfT'-hy not I n l : That on the 17th nv of
April. A. I.. 1HM". Ahtifr l. Mtrontr and Hen
ry V HHOftt, a admlnintratorii with the will
aiinfxt-d of the eat at ol Huth Htronir, ln-r'-aufd.
flll thdr pe tltion in thf offlre of the
Clrk of the Court of Common Pla of Ah-
tAMila county, Ohio, m-Hinut atd Nathan
Htronic. JoK-ih Ktronit, Inmlel Htronn. Nancy
i rioKr. a rnr i. m runt, the Hoard or
Truntw. of merlin Colhtife Karah H. Hcovllle,
Anna K . MrKenr.te. Alice McKpnxte. K Ira-
bt-th McKenzIr an l Prank in Mr-Knr.le. nald
petition p In Huhntunce that the perftonal ett
tate of Raid I tilth Ptronv amount only to
tlie iuid of 9127 ; that the expenne of admin
istration will exceed !lrf); Unit the dtitM of
naid estate exceed the nam of lit oho ; that the
leicacle provided for hy decedentH will
amount tn fiffV); that (lccedfnt died seized of
the foUowlnirdencrlhed innd nit tinted In paid
county of Ahtatnila. In townthip Noi 1 In
tne m ranire ot wwn"mp in me connerncut
Y, extern Keerve.anl 1 Hart or lot o. 1.
and Ik hounded on the north hy the so nth line
of landu owned ly Uw Riimc, and land
aonveyed to one f fnpktn ; on tho eaut by
landu deeded to Nathan Htronir, Jr.; itoutn
by lot No. It, nd went by the remaining part
ofthenatd lotbeinethe K. W. (irUwold far
excepting the land heretofore aold to Kmory
Luce, and 1 l'J-Um acrei of land known hh the
u n Loifn.
that It lii necenary to neit the whole of wald
land to pay the debt oi said decedent, that
mt. I.I UovaK U Uoi-ivllla ami audi Irmluai it
Oberlip CoHeae earh have mortirKes upon
'- i r v. ..-..
said property ; that It Is for the bent Intercut
f "I1 entateand of those holding lien upon
I said pre ml ite that tne same oe sold at pn
i a.e Mle iD parrel of not lea than one acre,
I and upon deferred payments not exceed In if
l wo year, wun inierum,. i rie prayer oi hhiu
peimon is inai nam nennoiueni oe required
to set forth the amount, date, nature and
priority of their lien, that the amount and
Drlorltle thereof mav be determined, and
aaid pre mine ordered appraised, and ttold at
private ae, in puree i uuu upon ueitrrreu
pay men Ui a aforesaid, and the proceed ap
plied In payment of thecoit of admlniHtra
tlon. debut, liens and Legacies, according to
Said defendants are reoutred to anwer
mm Del lion on or before tneinira nam may
after the 'tn aay or uciooer, a. u., inru.
IM-U7 HALL II BOTHEKS,
Dated. Sept. 16, lWu.
WHFREAH, The laws of this State make
It unlawful for any person within this
State to sell, harur or eive away any Hpiritu-
ous. vlnou. or malt liquors on the day of any
election hHd within this State, under the
Constitution or Ijiwb thereof, under penalty
nf tine and imnrisonment :
Now, inereiore, l, r. i. n inir, mayor oi i iib
Incorporated Village of AfUitaouia. o., an ik-
niAihia mv nrnciamatlon. to each and all
persons wno are auiiiorixeu uiiuer ur uj nm
law of this Htate, or the municipal retiula
ttpn of said VU aire, to sell, barter, or ive
i u u v a n v KiiiriiuouK. vinoim. or 111111 luunta.
to clone their respective houses and estab-itthtiif-nti.
fur hucIi business as aforesaid, on
Tuesday the ad day of November, 1hi, the
ame belna the day of an election to be held
iim iri i nvi or theHLaie oi unio.
The Marshal and Police Ofttcers are hereby
HirootMi tn rrw all mtch houKes and etab-
liHhmenu vlolattnic the provisions hereof or
t he law reffukalinir and prohibitiuKSUch bui-
nenn a aforeaaid on said day, and to report
forthwith all suen violations aioresam w iui
Given under my hand aud seal.the 14th day
of October, A. u. inju. r.. u,
VfJi-tS aj m
REPORT of the condition of the
AWIITUHlIf.A NATIONAL BANK, at Ash
tabula. In the State of Ohio, at the close of
business on tne isi aay oi wwuur, ww,
lAtniinrlHIimnnU . .83.74B9
U.H. Bonds to stscure circulation... 7,.fJU uO
Due from approveu reserve ageuia.. ii.wi m
Due from other National Banks 513 25
Banking House w
Other real estate
Furniture and Fixtures . I, 49
r.nt h rnoouw anil Taxes ttald.. 8W 96
Checks and other cash Items l.laS 07
t ractlonal I'aper-currency , is ic;iea
AnH i'sntll 10 "4
" silver coin
T csnl ijintlpr notes
Kutpinniinn vdquw iuu. o.
nn elrciilatlon 3,442 00
Due from U. . TreaBurer uiiner
than 5 per cent neueinpuoo r uuu;
Total nae.jri 42
r.r A ntLITI EM.
Capital Stock paid In.... sni.ooO 00
Surplus Fund 11.W1 M
Oilier Undivided Profits . 7,270 70
Circulating Notes reed
from comptroller...... oo ow w
Tllvidends unpaid 17 SO
Individual deposits sub-
lect to check ,,uw
Due other National Banks 1.613 M
Total 1198,374 42
t y o. rnjthler or the Ashtabula
National Bank, do'solemnly sweat- that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge aud belief. .,,.
Sworn to and Bitt-scribed before me IbU 11th
day oX October. lhU. t t .
r,UUA iv noiiii,
UseGuenther's Lung Healer
FOB TBS CPU. OT
nnTXRTT P TI O IT ,
Kplttlng of Blood, Bronchitis, Coughs Colds,
Catarrh of Chest, and all diseases of the Pul
monary organs, rrice ou h. uu ";
CCKHTHEII it CO., Pr'opkiktobii,
04-10 m Fifth Ave.. Pittsburgh.
AT W. REDHEAD'S STORK.
Tod will always find a fall inpply of choice family
Groceries & Provisions
Which will b.aold, fcr Cash, as low as at sny
place In th. County. Call aud examine my Uoode
snd Prices befors purchasing elacwhere. My
Buck consists la part of Bugara.Teaa, Coffe.a,
SPICKS, CANNED FRUITS.
FKKSU FRUITS, 4c, also
FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
OATS AND CORN,
and various other srtlclea too namerona to mu-
tluD. Also agent lor
Cream Ales & Porter
At his old stsnd, corner of Main and Centre St.