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EDITED BY J. W. SIMS.
Rayhrook, 0., to tohonr nit cs.mniunlcn1.lona
In this department nifty be
Kiln. Tel: At the present limo the pub
lic attention is to etifiroeseil in tho jioliitcnl
issues nf the presant oaitiiaij;n,llial it. in ex
tremely clinically lo bring their mi ml a to
bear upon the subject of tcrnporanco, n il h
the assurance that they will oo benefited by
their attention being again directed to that
important tneinc. Reform will, of neces
sity, therefore move slowly. For over
1800 years the gospel has been seeking to
elnrate the human race, and yot millions
of intelligent beings, upon whom God has
set his seal of immortality, lie buried in
sin and shame. But the final victory of
every good cause, however slow and tardy
it may move at first, is only a question of
time as to its final success. For many
years a few advocates of reform, in this
direction, have been struggling to crush
intemperance, apparently without success
and yet, fired by a noble patriotism, have
never faltered and are still laboring for the
elevation of the human race. The enemy
iins uu menus wen mie, anu 111 some in
stances the number of grog-shoos have in
creased, and the quantity of liquors manu
factured In this country, and consumed by
the American people, has inoteased 150
per cent, within the last 20 years. This
rnpm increase or the rum trade has not
lieen because thero was no opposition, but
Decniiso tne temperance people have in
many instance ueon powerless. It is not
lor want ot zeal upon Die part of its advo
cates uui arises out ot tne Inadequate
nirniin uui,ioyeu 10 euecL me ucsireu end
many nave tnnngnt mat moral suasion
was tne only plan that would conquer in
temperance. Hut its virtues have often
iieen tesieu ana found to be insulueicnt.
and as often as it has been tried it has re
sulted in the same signal defeat. No re
flection can be cast upon its advocates for
not giving it a thorough trial.
It is now understood, what ought to have
been understood years ago, that men that
are lost to all numan leelingsare poor sub
jects of moral suasion. The next thing
hoped for by the lovers of temperance was
legislation. This also failed to accomplish
the desired result. Our prayers have not
been heard, and if they had been answered,
unaided by Divine Ornce, would have ut
terly failed in the redemption of the hu
A GOOD REPORTER.
A good reporter is always first cousin to
a nccromanco, and can introduce himself
to you in such a genial way that, for the
time being he soems like your long lost
brother, who is anxious to show you the
strawberry mark on his left arm in proof
of his identity. You tulk with him about
the inner secruts of your life in a profuse
sort of a way, give him your opinion about
the resumption of specie payment, and,
as the conversation flows, froely unfold
yourself on various othor mattors. lie sits
a silent and admiring listener, oucourHging
you by a nod when you aro hunting or
the right word, or possibly supplying It
himself, and gives you the impresbion that
ho wouldn't disclose what you have told
him no, not for worlds on worlds. The
next day you take up the paper Mid while
fiirclcssly looking oyerits columns see your
own name In capitals which Boom to your
astonished gaze as long as Hunker Hill
Monument. Every word you havo said Is
there. The man with thoslrawberry mark
on his arm was tho small end of a shaking
inimmii mrougn which you unconsciously
told tlie whole world about yourself. Ho had
no pencil or paper, and did not evince any
uuHiru io write in suortnana. iin. no; that
is the clumsy way in which beginners work.
His skill is not in his finger-tips, but iu his
memory, tie memorised every word you
sain aim reiiroilltueil it WI1D peCTect nticll
racy. J he accomplished reporter is
nearly ubiquitous as a merely human be
iug ever becomes, and is beginning to be
regarded as a moral restraint in many m-
nih-i'is superior io me irecaiogue. a man
in Die olden tiino might possibly break the
necaiogue anu niue tno pieces, but nowa
days the moment law is broken the quick
ear of the reporter catches the sound and
Iiib persuasive lips compel you to tell him
all about it. He Is an animated interrogn
tion paint; a human corkscrew, who gets
a ueeper noia on your secret every tune he
turns round, ins mission is summed up
in me soon, out lerrtnie sentence. ' I
you do it, I'll tell," What reliirion can
do the fear of the reporter will accomplish
The Printer's Miscellany.
At the Army of Ilia Cumberland rn-unlon
ni lute, a discussion arsso as to tho next
IiicutiiiK place. Nasuvilla ami C'liattnnco-
ga were roK)sou orijat!(ion was maile on
tlio ruasonabln KrouuU that, like gallant
nifii, mo aurvivurs 01 inab army iiiiiti i
want to appear to be crowing oror their iln-
Ti'Aini antagonists, uui one speaker, I ol.
lliinUr Ilroolc, of Cincinnati, gave what
in ino norm seems a uiiiiiie reason, when
lie saiil, aoconlingto Ihv press reports:
iiiai ne was sure it would lie embarrass
ing to he down thero, because tho last lime
ho was thoro, snmt time ago, there was a
warrant Issued for him for something he
nmi none uuriug me uiiiuaainniness, anil
he understood there wore endless numbers
or processes out for oUloers unci men of the
I ' n ion army, for things they had done
winch ilul not suit tho cit .ens. The so.
ciety would all bo in danger of being jugg-
Union soldiers and . othor Union men
have been, and are Mill, Imprisoned since
its Democracy regained power, in the
stales that were In rebellion. Everyone
current with the passing news will remem
ber the ex-soldier who is now in the West
Virginia I'euitentlary under sentence for
killing a rebel oilincn during the "late un
pleiissntiiess." W in tho North and of
loyal faith aro so sectional that we recog
nize red-handed violators nf tho laws of
war, like Chalmers, of Mississippi, who
ordered and executed the massacre of our
colored troops at Kort 1'illow, as Congress,
man, and even treat them as gentlemen.
There is a Congressman from Arkansas
who, as a reliel brigade commander, one
day held the rear of Price's army In 1H04,
when it whs retreating from Kausas City
to the south. On that day that army en
tered the state of Kansas. In the few
hours it was allowed bv il Kn. -..,!
Missouri soldiery to remain there, the rear
guard oimiuiitted a nuinbor of brutal mur
dcrs on ncn-combataiits, burning houses,
robbing, insulting and stripping women of
clothing, and otherwise degrading the
name of a soldier. Their oomiuaiider know
all this, lie his never been threatened
with arrest, but on the ooutrary, sits in the
House of llepresentatives as a legislator
over the people he so barbarously treated.
Funny people, there Southern lleiuoorats.
Still morn singular is our "Northern sect
ionalism." Il S
Willi Every boat r Uanli
a I'lcasant, reliable mediolne that never
does anr harm, anil prevents and cures
disease fy ksnpiiiKtba sUimaull in perfeot
order, th tjowels rvfrnlar, and Ilia kidnevs
and liver uctivo. . ueh a inediuiiia is Tari
el's Oingor Totilc. Jt relievos every eui,
and we have seen slacks of letters iroin
thousands who. bay botmanved Qdr cured
it. Hot uUii't culuuiu. Trtiwu. frtf .
tfSS. I.YC7A E. TOT AM
OF LYNN, MASS.
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LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tip Phmrfr Cnre
For all Female Complaints.
ThUpraTMrfttfcm, M lta Ame ripnliW cnnalaU of
rRriuw rrutn-i um mitt uro harmluM to Uh rmt dl
tmtinvjir!. Uikmi one trial Ilia mr.l of tl.l fnm
ptmaa win be rpotrtrntieil.turVlW la lmmsxJI.ua , and
wnati iu use ll rontinucrt, tn nttM7-nlncw In bun.
dm, Kp)rmM.nfntriiroltielTe'tdalhouniiita will te
tiff, un aruunt of It proven mrlU, It la to-day r
fx.rnrrw n.lwd and prescribed by tht boat physiviaaa la
It will cure entirely the worn form of fulling
n- nurrrifl, ia arrrtui-, irrt-wtilnr and painful
irrnrtnuu.oii.llovaffenTrmbfe li.tlsuaaiatloB and
uirirattoti, noodlnn, all I'Uplarontonta and the con
iKntntpliiaJ woaJuMva.Aiid la cMvhiliy ailaum! o
theChnnBTof Ufe. (I will diMolve and exW tuiaort
irom iuv uu nm.rir.fi riy trtotra ofdTinfiitifnt. the
wjimriuy to. ncfmuhnmor there, Ij ubeukud ery
pipiimiv 1.7 it e,
In fart It lie proved In be the
et And Im-h rented that lia artr txien dlapovnr
rd. It iwnuMiUia ore ry portion of the ayatm, and give
new tlfeaiid rltf.ir. It rraoit faint neia,ilatulen-y. dv
atroya nil i-raring for admittance, and rrtireea weekm-ea
or tne Htomarh
IteuroaHhiallnc. lleeAwihea. Nrnoa Pro rat I.,
uv.wra. iwmmy Kk-aim, ItapimaioB nn l.,l.
AvuH.in. Tna feclinit of hearing .iowo, rati,.... pain.
wriniivni nu-Kiu iH, MaiwayBDermanrntlf cured by
ltat.ae. Itwlllatelltlmea, andanderall f-lrcuinMtan
at In harnonr with toe law that f "Tenia the
For KtdnpyCoroplalnte of either tez thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable CompouK)
ia iirriMiriHi aim arm TO Western Atfnue. Lynn, Ma a
1 nit.ii.iw. bit bottle fur $:.0O. rVnt l.y iitail iu Hie
fnrrn of pllla. alanln tlio rorm of Lotentrea. on receipt
ui iniL-i.. Vi.uu, iwr ooi. ror either. Mr PtNKHA It
rriM'lyaniweraaJllHUrof Intiulry B nd for jwim
.iiiev. Auiironnilaiiori MfHlxm ihl ptiprr
No fnmilyaliould he without LYDIA t IMNKilam'
UVKIl i'lLLH, ITiey cure Conxtlpatlun, UUlouio.t-ej
Strona:, Cobb C., OcnT AdGtiti. Clevelond, O
ninu nj u. 1 imrour a, to., ahiiuduis, U.
FACTG VO;iTH KNOWING.
' Glntrer. Turtiu. kaaiiikc rtllliticla ai
mmiv oltiorof tbulML int.ieiii b I i.ow n aro i
Hkillful!y conibiiiixl In 1 ai..;k u (iinolu loxit j
um i iii'iKo it mo (freuifHi t-tooo runiit r and
Tha Ueat Health mid SUcdkIU liealurer
f.vttr t tu.
Ro nrtoct la tho connxihitinn nf Pinirn'n
UINORH 1UNFO U1UG IIO UlWUSi. VIXTl H'lltf fllMtJ
wnoro ib im hw'ii, ii Y u nuvi- uy.pcpiia, neaa-J
ache. Hh"umjltm. Ncuralaia. bowct. KidrtcvJ
nr Lir umoninr, or it vim mm n iiiuu nil mi
ulant, or Aptwtlutr, the Tonio in jnut tho mwl 1
iclne for you, as it is hlirbly curative aud lu-J
vjeoratirjir but never Intoxh-atinif.
If you are alow I y waating nwity with Con-1
StekDCKH. It voti tinvn n Pamful
1 allRER H UINOtB 'J OHK I
aumntion or anv fliel
Couoh or a bfui Cold.
will aiirely htln you. U k'vm nw life and
viffor to the feoltle and npwl. and iri a certauiil
ure for Kheumattam aua Cholera Infanium.
It II M 8aro. Jlnndrrda of Llvei It Bar J
mil luwra a
If yon am foeltng ralfierablo don't wait until 1
Square nown mcif, Dtn uho tnu 'JOnic uxiay J
o matter wlmtyourUlBMawurayoiptoniaiiia'
be tt will eivo uromnl relief. J
lienu-Tnnor 1 Paukeh's Omocn Tonio It not
a rum drink but tho Bait and Pureat Family!
Med t etna uver male. mniundtHl bv a new!
procoaa, aird entirely diff.nrnt from Blttera.j
Knfftir pivparaf lona and all other Tonics. Try
u uuu, uoiuu. x mix uruKK1"" uui auppiy you.
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM
The Beit aod Most Econonlesl HaJrDrtsilsf
exquisitely perfumed and perfectly harmless.
Will Alwsrs Hsston driv r Padid Hslr
to III orisinarynuOifiil color and ippeirance, end il
warranted lo atop iu biting, auut iu growth sad
A few annliuationa of the Balsam will aafli-n th.
hair, cieanaa all dandruff anil euro itching and hu-
A Compound Tlnotur of th moat valu-
uui ramaaraa Known to th medioaj
profeaalon, pre) pa rod upon aUrlotly
An ernarlflnoe of twiinlv-llve yeara profee It to he
j1" f.i"-w-ov mil iutii ii aiaiirta ana a
ii ulliur Aue
l i iT..,. - f i J , iirviiwn m ine
all Dleordnrii or llm I(twrU. and alt
id all A N it-
J I .Ji.rdir.r Km IIuvm-L, mid
li nn of il,,, Tlii-out niid I.un, It
"" ssu it juvi no WiiiaL
NOT A BEVFRArp
But aii KI rlliillu HonsHiuld Uuiuedy.
It a nillif f.ne U th atimiaclt, nitiTtjioniUa tho
difl.'itlTMdrgaiia.BtirniiLatf'a Ilia f-niilitn, and m.
iHOllTlir aV nulll ar a.illnT nf K.. k,..l. .... i. .r.
H" 11 b'WLwt id kiitmn It bl.
f thti tMKtr t perforin lta aJloUwd work mwi.
r win wiUwiit intamptkm.
a htatliti-a imtnwntliititina oomf tram tam who
NOWIIUM sUI IMH...I.S... In i . V..
h l;ii In uaci won than a.qunrOvr of c iitiiry
I Hull It rofiimeuilrji ua ii.-rij Tonio
THf MESSENGER OF HEALTH
A lanr mawl paper rtM,rirtl of dlfoaan, lta ivrlsla
and rum, will be nuuied firee to aur ftddrvaa o
III) lira inn o
THI MIBHLEPt HERB BITTERS CO.
' Lanoiistr, Pn
KnrkrrH IMrnauC Worm NyrBn. It nm
1 a. la Aau ft tivkak. alt.rl m . rt.ru. (7a.-r, ...i-ST
Vi-Lii Ujii ' i-lva. aa. HuusV
Itire CSrfl far anavtn ' .ohn. ..n
liraini, aweiiniiri, ualla, Ismoneai and all un.
laritomonti of tbi joints or llinlii. It will coin,
ulolily remove a bone aoavln with,,,, hti.t.ri
Can.liii a inn In. .1. ..
. i . . . . " irouu ror uian as
..,..u i. llni run iireiurtii, at all times
year, wiui perlect safely. A cure wblch
are kmiwlnj o. , a pu wril ,nlTfrK(l it
n.,u u,ii-joiiii lameiie.i and was- peima
' i, J a Willi Kcndall'i Bvlu
lire. Itoinemner wn r aim Ir win
W'laterl'i'i'1 co,"l'''""l, winova Ui buneb witbout
moment jKuio Uudor Ontli.
In whom It may (;oii(oni:-lii lh year IS76 I
treated with Kendall's Bp.vl,, t'r , ,p,y
...... K..,nvu. unn; iianai lareo I
beii a ty, aud oomiiletely itoreil tbu lame I
.M,. iniuufuu im uniiriiiimuut. l have I
worked Uie horse ever iluca very bard, and bs
lias beun llame, nor could f ever lee any
dltTerenre In the ilae or the hock lolnli ilnra f I
BneauLutl SI'AVin I'I'ltl
hlni wlih K
Bnoaburth F.H., vt , reb. ty'im.1'
""'"" snnarrlbeil to befers mo this Ulh
v. -. mbiv, n. it, irrni.
JOHN tl. JBNNB, Juitlos of the Pesce.
Offlce U. H. Manbal, Weitera Ulat. of Mich.
j. K.,n.u,i S".':!' !?;'"!!!
"""'X"! !''" eoltlai of your spavin curs
nifiitua lied Air. Iu thr "
u.li. it. UttM.vlu waa miiry removvd aud
valuable horae i-valored tou6Cfuloia.
vwy truly yuura, JUUN t'AltKER.
H..n4 r... .11..... . .
Blpo.lllv. pK,f of l,r" rtn... "n!
remedy I,.. .,, ,u;t with lu.h uno.uallo'd luc
P.i'.'i"r kl'?w;',,. 'l V..II aa man.
Prlrr 1 pur li.nUe, or Six buttlm for .1.
j"". "r ii
ittoauv asSrea. on rnc.ii.i ....J ...
oro.irlun,. l.u .ui.. 1"."."'
-, wm. v. v. n.n..uAUM tJit.,
Bold b,svUJnfeUu,l?U1'1' V""ou'"-
At Cost ! At Cost ! At Cost !
A $13,000 STOCK!
Caps and Furnishing
To Close Business Goim? Out of Business
For the next
I shall offer areat inducements to buvers
who wish to purchase their Clothinjr for Fall
and Winter at a great sacrifice
Large stock of first class underwear nt cost.
A heavy line of Colored and White Shirts
at cost. Hats and Winter Caps at cost.
Children's Cloth ins:: I carry in this Line the
largest stock that is carried in the county to be
sold at cost As I am going out of trade en
tirely. A heavy line of Kailroaders' Buck
Mittens and Gloves at cost. Men's Suits, Boys'
Suits, Children's Suits. A store full of first
class goods to be closed out at a Great Sacri
My Stock is complete in all its
from men's to children's sizes.
goods Warranted as represented.
Store will be for rent December
Store fixtures for sale.
Remember the L'llommedieu
House is closing out with a heavy loss to close
Th osf inflfhto1 fi-i .T R T.TT "a 1 TVs at"l i rt a a wrJl 1
.srw vv. VVJ ij. L A JX i 1 i 1 1 Z W 1 U U Will
PIease cal1 at the store and obligc. As I am
going ouc oi traae ana request an early settle
N. B. All
ment. Kesnect u v.
J. E. X'lIOMMEDlEIJ.
Ashtabula, 0., Sept. 1, 1880.
Dr. K. C. WetV Nerve And HrIn Trt'nlmi'Tii
ft iwrlfli'. Tor liy-tiTiii, I i nttM, Cfinvulflot)
Nt-rvniia lt)'AtUu:ln Mt'iital DcprepHioti. Iaixk
Mt'inorv. HiitirnuHurrlui'a. Iintxtti'iii v. Ii.vi.hin,
Iftry Kiiiiaiiloiifl, J'rt ninture Old Ayu, canned
wiiirri ifBdn In mlattrv, uumv and (luath. ()nv box
will euro recent cant1 a. hue h box contains one
monin a ireai intuit, one UoMar ft hox. or
Itoxua for ItvH doliara ; iint hy mall pri'iialrl
Ipt ot print. W c uuaranltMt alx boxvi in cur
anr caae. W hh och nrdtr received by ti foralx
iHtxeK. ftrcnmiiauieil with five dollar, un will
end th pnrehner our, written ffuarautuu to
Mini me money n me ireiuiueiu doea 0"t ehect
rnru. (tuaranfite n laaiied hv Chan, K. Hwifi. an
tliorlned a ye iu tor Aflilaiula. Oliln. .lohn
Weet St La.. Sole I'roprh t.ora. 1H1 V. Mndl
con 8t.. ClilrhL'o. til. Hlronir & t'ohh Viml..-l.,
n O o
I.IOKI) f JtnuTIIKR have on hard ft Kon(1 b.
J forinuiiit ol llarnepB of variona kinda,
vy and liyhl, f nule and double, of the bent
rkniari-bli. and inatenal. 1 h-v are nrnnan d
nil an iminn on wiiik ill liy uinr ri ptT OU in till
lino, nuudiea, muiijf; tJHOlee, Whlpp, tlalterc,
They have Jnat laid 'n a lar((e aupply ol I a rye
ana medinni rl,ed t rave liner trnnka. They arcof
variona nuAiitleH ami vaiHH, and atrnrded at fa
vorable p-iceB. Tlio anaortinent la altor(tner
the larjfeat or any in the reRlon. The traveling
public are Invited to look ovur this Block, a?
they can hardly fail to tlnd somethinic to their
UI I ll'l,
FORD & BRO.
To NervouB SulTerersThe Great Euro
pean Remedy Dr J. V, Simpson's
It la poaltlve cure for Hp)!nntorrhea, flt-ml
nl Wakna, lniotcrt.:y. aiut all U en r.
nlrin frnm fcll'-niiiim-. hh Mental Anxiuly. Loca
I 'a Ina tn Hark
or Side, and dfa
i-naiin that lead
Innantty and an
any erav. 'i'ti.
ine fa bcln
iced with won-
di-riiil Hiirrcaa. I'tuiijililKli sent free to ail.
Write for them and irut rut J pirtlcnlari. Price,
Spt'ciflc. $ per puckace, or fix packnca for $5.
44ddrcaa all ordera to. I. B. Kisn'rioN Muntr inb 'Jo
Noa. UM and KM Main Hi., Hnifrtlo, N. Y.
Sold in Afhtahula bjr C. E. Lw and aU drujr-"lnt-
I). W. MiKENZIE,
n8 MAIN STREET,
Ilai Just rccolvud a bouutllul line or
Spring and Summer
of llm very latest slyln, which I can make up to
nnltir for very Utile advance on last yoar'i prlcei.
Gontlcmsn wantliiK spring suits would do well
to call and examine my goods belore buying
olsewhere. Butlsutctlon Kimrsutood In cutting
and makluir. jsilo-tf
FOIt SA1.K IIRKYrlllNnD btau a
Farm In Aslitiihula county. A Kurm of one
nuuurrd unl thirty acres In iloone County'
Kcntuekv nine iiiIIuh from i'iiw.it.n..ti
WMll Mt.t. lt
oiiiiKiir i-orty nonu of
Kmss, Winter sui
llorses, which are
.ni!,M,Si.V,."F!,.ln"" or Covlnioon, at about
.'.r-14 Wl-I.AKH a nionlh a head, atolls for
F laeen ( (iwH, brick smoke bouse, leu Uouae
buriiN ofirrhoie house, ilwelllns: a two story
hi'weil loir with twostory frame kllehen at
tHdit'il. two ort'hiirila ol wi'll selected fruit
a liiilfmllr tralulnx truck fenced, this furni
is well fenced, much of It with Locust posts
and pine boards. If exchniiKod dllTerence In
value will be pnld or received on liberal
time. Address, or ejill upon,
... ..'. HTItAUKK. Sr. Ashtabula. O.
nils rurm Is well wintered, for summer
imwtuie u iajllllJilcRUeil. j it is well known
A TTKNTION TKACIIKIiH. Tuacher'a Pn,.
U V liiatlon will be held duriug the Fall Term
Geneva, Hatnriluy, October Hth, 1RH0.
(Jrwell, Moiidsy. October lM'h, IKSO
Plerisnit. Tuesday, Uetoher ililh, lsso.
Anallnhurir. Monday, Novembir 1st, 1KM0,
Andover, Tiiesilay, November Wth. 1HH0
ABiuaiiuia, rHuiurilay, November 9lltli, 1SH0.
iuinonceprorijplly St 8 A.M.
-A. sh. tabula
Ileal Estate Agency.
WE have some iletilrenble homes and lots
. ., ,. r unci to rent, bolli In town aud
Nile- A'"' thB folluwl"II nirmsfor
A farm of 100 acres with fair farm hiill,ll,,.
aliout 6 miles rroin Aahuoula In the town of
v,,,,,), nun terms easy.
A rami or 18(1 aeros. (JimkI bullillnits and
everything In the best order. Hlluated on
tne Center rood Oetweun t.'nniir.,mt a.,,i iiur.
pout. Price 1H.IMK.
A mnn nf inn acres with irooil bnllillnes
inmui, "mViio. -"""... on me i-iy.
A farm of 75 acres with good fnrm bnlldlnn
I in le east . or Ashtiilmln on 8outh Hldue.
Alsoseverul store rooms for reul. r or fur
tuer purtluulara enquire or.
tlHKE.V 4 WILLIAMS.
Over Loan Asaoulution Hunk. 8.
NEW HOUSE BOOK.
A Treat iso on tlio 1 lor ho mid
About xi,ooo have already been lold In a short
time, s t tli e low price orcoiit, or Ove copies.
7i w . . , J Bl,es 11 pronounces it
the bel bunk ever published fur the price, and
which they have Mid ." and Sill
5 . " .ln. "l"'"l'i or currency to the
TKl.hdUAl'll, Ashtabula, O., fur a copy. Ii
lives tha best trealmeul for all dlieasu; has K
i i ""'" "S, .uuwiuk poallluua aasumed by
sick horses belter loan tun be tsuuhl in sny
Olhor way; a table ahowlli doses of all the prlu
clpul medlclnea usml for the burse, as well ai
Ihelr erlecu, aud aulldiilea when a poison; a larL'e
co ecllun of VAI.UAU1.K UUcKIi'ts, ruloa fir
telllnii the aue or a bono, Willi aa eneravhit
how Inn teeth or each year, and a .urie amount
or olhur valuable borne lulormatlon. Ilundreda
oriloraemen havo prououueud II worth more than
buokicosini5aud10. The ract that SUU.UIPO
sold In about one year. .bow. the hearty spprov
wllh which the book rueela. if
Hold l.y Thurher i (o., and C. K. Hwllt
A.I.Uibulu, and l'ursliall, Klunavllle.
J. M. WILCOX,
will hereafter be round In his building- opposite
Hmlth'l Opera House, where ran always be
(ouud a NKW aud WE I.I. ttKI.ECTlIU STOCK ol
3F"ox-i ;xi tab Xoxxxeoitlo
Casimeres and Vestings
Alio a Fall and Complete Line of
GENTS' FUENISHINQ GOODS.
and evorythlnn usually kept ln s Flrst-clsat
A ffood dt and
COTPEIlIOIl to ,hx& QTHTIQt
Larpest and Mot Complete Line WanufactureJ.
ADAPTED FOR BURNING ALL KINDS OF fUELr
EVERY STOVE WARRANTED A SUCCESS.
Nona their "Equal Acknowledged Favorites.
ALWAYS AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM.
C2Buy tho Bcst.aCr
HARDWARE AT COST.
FOll SO DAYS !
We arc going to make a
ncss and now offer our entire
of Hardware at COST !
Nails, Glass, Locks, Knobs, Butts, Screws,
Pure White Lead, Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Saws, Hammers, Hatchets, Augers, Chisels,
Planes, Squares, Rules, Screw Drivers,
Horse Shoes and Nails.
Sale to Commence at Once 1
Terms Cash !
We Mean Business.
Call and See Us !
12G Main Street, Ashtabula, 0.
Cross-Cut Saws, Axes, Shovels, Spades, Forks,
Scythes, (Bush and Grass) Whips, &c.
A FEW FACTS!
i am selling t urniture Cheaper than any house
in Northern Ohio,
I cannot be undersold by any dealer in the
I am selling better goods for less money than
any other dealer in the County.
I don't want you to believe me, but come and
satisfy yourselves before you buy a dol
lars worth of goods anywhere.
101 MAIN STUEET. .
FRANK D. FICKINGER,
arejuiliy celebrated for turnlnn oul the bolt
and moit elegant nylui of wofk tn any or al
varieties of the trade. Tbo finkst and most
TasTsruLof HAftNEHMBS are also cot
tea up at tbis establishment.
In STOCK,- FANCY CAHRIAQKH, TRACK
WAGONfc and BI.K1UIIS In their ioa
ion. Airunt tor the celebrated
278 Main St., Ashtabula, 0
We will pay the sbove rewsrd ror any ease or
i.iver iuiupie.ni, L.yspepaia, Hick lltstdache, lu
diireallon, Ounsllpanon or Cosilvcncsa we cauuol
cure with Wuat Vcifcuble Liver Ptlla, when Hie
direclloni are strictly compiled with. They are
purely vegetable, and never tail to stve satisfac
tion. Btiitar coaled. Large boxua, containing! SO
pllle.Sfjceiite. s-or sale y all diuculsla. H0.
ware ot all co interfile and Imilatioua. The
uuuuine manufactured only by Jutiu I). West A
Co., 'The fill Maker. i," 181 & Isa W. Madl.un
St.. ( blcauo. Free trial seulby uiali prepaid on
recelflola I caul iump. Ss-M.
aV-NOTICBto DOCNTRI INVALID.
"laSATlaa oa Nsavoua Uaun.iTY."A waru
fntf voice to Yputh and Manhood sent in plain
lealed envelope on receipt ol two Jlc stamps
Gives advice and lnatruclliius hy which thonsands
have been restored to health after sll other rem
edies had failed. Written especially for those
siiircrlnv Nervous ind apeclal dlieasea resulting
from enorvallnir hablta aud indiscretion. Treit
ment by correspondence a IS years' specialty and
strictly coiindeiitlHl. 4,000 testimonials from
retinuelhle persons. Address, UK JOHN
8115 Superior street, opposllo Caaenall, Clevelind
Ohio. Lurei Hyphlllls. (lo:,rrli,p. oit Htri-..
ore Hernia all private disease! and Nervoua De
bility, causing loss or real, memory, alt-tit and
cpniumptlon In leal Utut than any other phyil
clan iu the city. r
NO CUKE, NO PAY I
f-Ore thri-Mt ruilna In ,. I it .
r.itilr tliHenei cured for life. A loug experleuca
with grt fucceBa la the world lrrefutabl cri-
luce, me Doctor- to Jhe" wrms.
ImnnrtPr nf HfOTPH iidivitv
MKNTH, and Mauufuuturer ot
A UKHlfllV OHANITK, lflABBLK aV
M m Ui US
Will allO fill 14 II nP,laa
omoe on Ceuter itreet. HtJ5-t
-Work dtrni in tht Bui .Vanncr,-