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A. It. TIIUKItKR & COMPANY.
White Wash Kmshes
Swift's Drug Store
A t ) M I N I ST It A TolFs SALK OK ItKAL
TTN pursuance ol an nnh-r of the Court of
X tuiiiinin I'len tin1 urnli'rliiiHHl iMt-rn
tur ntil(, tit private H.ito, tlircti tract r land
In KtnifKville, Ashtabula county, Ohio, iiml
oiu prising the real estate ol' i'hlneiiK Morse,
deceased, not Hct oil to litu wlilow, to-wlt :
One ttuet of thirty. six acres und i-HH) on the
South Itldye roiul, iinil being n sirt of the
lloiiMHtt'iid fiiriii. Oiip tract of tlitrtv-nne
and fo-itm acres In lot 31 nml i, und one lim l
nf rtlty-olulil iicres in mild lot SI.
Teiiii-ol nale, one. third cash in hand und
tin- Imi inner In one or two years, with Inter
est, itnd to he secured by inorttfaj-e on the
land so Hold,
Apply to the undersigned m Klimsvllle,
Ohio, or to Northway & Klti-h. .letlerson,
Ohio. A IA'1 N KoX.
Kxectitor of I'lilnt'UH Moc.
October IK, 1NH0. 07-WI.
LKOAL NOT UK.
NORMAN Robinson of Ki le, in the conn
ty ol Krle, and HtatR of Pennsylvania,
Is hereby notified that Id.r.te ltoMnsmi did
on the IHth day of October A. Iv.iwo, file her
petition In the olllee ol the Clerk ot the
Court of Common l'lean, within nod for
the county of Ashtabula, and State of Ohio,
charging the Paid Norman Robinson Willi
halil tual drunkenness for the three years last
past. and of gnaw neglect ul duty, and asking
that she nitty be divorced from the said Nor.
limn Robinson, which petition will nIuihI for
hearlnc at any time after six week from the
datum thin notice. LIZ.1K ROHINsON.
October in, lnw. IMalntltr.
"17"H KltKAs, The laws of thin State make
T V it unlawful lor any pert-on within this
Htate to sell, barter or give away any spiritu
ous, vinous, or malt liquors on the tiny of any
election held within this Htate, under Die
Constitution or Laws thereof, under penalty
of line and Imprisonment :
Now. therefore, I, K. L. Kim.'. Mayor of The
Incorporated Vil lage of Ashtabula. O., do Is
sue thin, my proclamation, to each and all
persnns who are authorized under or by the
laws of this SMto, or the municipal regula
tions of said Vil Hije. to tell, barter, or give
nv.iiy any spirituous, vinous, ormnlt liquoiH,
Io close their respective houses and estab
lishments for sued business as aforesaid, on
Tuesday the id day of NovcmbiT, 1HH-, the
Hume bein n the day of an election to be held
under t lie laws or the State of Ohio.
The Marshal and Poi ice OftlcerH are hereby
directed to close all such houses und estab
lishments violating tne provisions hereof or
the law regulatlngniul prohlblliuKsuch busl
Hess its aiuresaid on said dtty, and to report
forthwith till such violations aforesaid to this
tilven under my hand and seal, the 14th day
of October, A. D. ItWU. E. L. Kiim.
In Bankruptcy. J
IN the District Court of the United StnteR,
Jir the Northern District of Ohio: In
the mutter of Gilbert Harmon, bankrupt.
To whom It may concern : The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment as
assUruee o the estate of Gilbert Harmon, of
Ashtabula, lu the county of Ashtabula, and
State ol Ohio, within said district, who has
been adjudged n bankrupt upon creditors
petition by the district court of said district.
KDWAUU C. WAllK,
Dated at Jefferson, Ohio, the stM day of
October, . D. IBO. 8-10
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BAMCUUPTCY
IN the District Court of the United Htatcfi,
for the Northern District of Ohio: In
the matter of Gilbert Harmon, bankrupt
The undersigned, assignee, will otter for sale
upon the premises of said bankrupt, about
one mile east of Ashtabula Harbor, In the
county ol Ashtabula, in said district, on
Wednesday, November lOih, IKStl, betwoen
the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and tl o'clock p.
in., the following described personal prop
Twenty-one dairy cows, one bull, two year
ling hei tern, four yearling steers, three horses,
twenty-live sheep, four hogs, one mowing
machine and reaper combined, one plow, one
drag, two two-horse wagonn, one wheel rake,
one buggy, one drag, one cultivator, twenty
five acres of wheat, eighteen aoren of nuts
and six acres of corn, amounting In all to
more than 1 ')( bushels, alt-o the straw and
Htocks Irom said grain and corn, also a lot of
tin pHiis, hand rakes and forks, tubs, pulls,
barrels, and numerous small ur tides used nn
and about a farm, and about twenty-live
tons of hay.
Hald wheat, corn and oats may be Hold at
private sale. All other property to be sold at
Hale ttt commence promptly at 11 o'clock
a. in. of nald day.
Terimt ol sale, cash In hand.
KDWAUD C. WADK,
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, WALL PA
PER and MILLINKItY. L Ltok, Conneaut, O.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS 1
The Oyster Reason haa fully opened, and I
uin prepured to furnish the
ihl Jteliable and Celebrated
"NEW YORK COUNTS."
You will always And the Best Brandt) of
A. J. Bieder's Bakery,
twin ABiiTAnuu -v..
Hubbard & Strader,
WIIOI.R8AI.K & KETAIL
Balled Hay and Straw
I'l'iiln.V Morning, Oct. lp, 1HHO.
There will he h regular inxctlng of the
Council next Wednesday evening at ?;I!0
lion. Judge Sherman amis. A. North-
way were the "peaker at lh harbenie at
Oirard on the 27lh itist.
i. M, Ooshy reached homo Inst, Hat
urday, for th enoti, very much to lh
Krai lllciil ion of his numerous friend.
The annual inccllnn of Hit' Ashtabula
Co. C. T. V. will b! held nt tht; M. K.
Clmrcli, in Snylirook, 'I'uewlay, Nvi inht r
unii, at lo u. 111. .
A iiwictin of the Aluinui association
of (leiieva Normal, on Tuesday evening
N'ov. 0, in the Normal thaiel. All the
Alumni rtio invited.
The hex sotit rpcetit.Iy hy the Lndic
Home Mission Society, of the Pre-diyterian
church, to a missionary's family, wa valu
ed at $ 1 !)(), in Kiins.
W. I). Howell. Jr.. of Jefferson met
with an aceidi tit one day last week in
being thrown from a whhi by the drop
ping of the tongue. Injuries not severe.
One of the conioditie of (he Hancock
monument in (he tilandard is competency I
Thist looks as ifour friond Djiu is disposed
to be u little sarcastic even with his
trie ml sf,
The assessed value of real properly in
A.shtiiliulii Village U $M,3l2,of personal
property tmil.202. Total 1,;I75,41 i. An
entimaied lull vuhiatiiut 'would probably
increase tlii.i huih to "J, 750,828.
Jiiicius H. Pae, a well known em
ploye of the Luke Shore road, died in Buf
falo on Thursday week, and the remains
were brought to this place for burial. He
was the brother of Jlrs. Dr. Nelson, of
Messrs Hamilton & Norton, of Buf
falo, have leased a lot on Superior street,
of ('apt. Humphry, ami put up a building
and machinery for drying apples. They
began work last Monday and are drying
125 bmdiels of apples a day.
The Jcllcrsnn Gazette has rcru'hed its
fourth anniversary, and Mr. Lee lias sold
his interest to lib partner, Mr. Norton,
who continues its publication. The Ga
zette, takes its place umong the best papers
of the county, there being nine of them.
Aoplcsare plenty und fine this a.on,
A couple of barrels of the King and Hal
dwin were put into our cellar for a dollar
a barrel. Mr. U. At water of Savbrook has
a splendid young orchard, and it might be
well for any one in want of superior fruit
to enquire of him.
There has not been much progress
during the past week in the erection of the
buildings for the Ashtabula Holt and Shaft
Company, owing to the wet and stormy
weather. However the foundations are
all laid and the mason work on the fir?t
story well under way.
A Inter has been received from the
Freedman's Relief association of St. Louis,
acknowledging the receipt of two barrels
of clothing, sent by the Presbyterian and
Baptist churches of this place, and giving
assurance that many hearts have already
been made glad by them.
We dropped in on our old friend
Mansfield of Cleveland, last week, and
found him busy as usual and everything
indicating wholesome trade and prosperity.
In our culls we seldom fail to meet some
Ashtabula friends, showing that he 1ms
not outgrown the recollection of his old
The return of Miss Sophia Hull of
this village, is spoken of very highly by
the Titusvillc World, as the musician of
the Venungo Teachers' Institute. Her
singing is said to have been one of the
most attractive features of the convention,
and added new honors to her already en
viable reputation as a vocalist.
The synod of Cleveland opened its
session at Salem on the eve'ng of the lUtii.
The sermon was pre.iched by Moderator
Anson Smyth. There were about 800 in
attendance. The exercises attract large
audiences. Elder Kobinson was elected
delegate from the Presbyterian church of
this place, and with the pastor is in at
tendance. John I). L'Hommedieu was arrested by
the Sheriff lat Saturday and taken before
Judge Betts, the Grand Jury having found
two indictments against him. One was
for carrying concealed weapons and the
other for shooting at Forgo with intent to
kill. Bail was fixed at $200 for the first
charge, and $2,000 on the second, which
was promptly furnished.
The scow Iosco, Captain Lent, of Con
neaut, while attempting to enter this har
bor during the storm of lust Friday night
struck the west pier, but succeeded in enter
ing the harbor. She filled rapidly with
water and by the time she reached a point
opposite Haskell's dock she sank in about
sixteen feet of water, and diagonally across
the river. Navigation was obstructed for
a couple of days.
M Gill ill's retail establishment is the
place for every Ashtabulian to call. It is
a mamoth concern, and husmore novel fea
tures in connection with its dry fcoods
trade thau any concern in this section of
the West. Almost every thing is to be
found there even t"u a lunch when hungry,
The four or five stories are easily mastered
by two elevators, and clerks and uslieis
meet you at every hand.
The funcrul of Captain William T.
Wat ro u& took place at his Into residence
on Tuesday last, his death being caused
by epilepsy. For many years past he has
been a luke cuptaiu, and as such haa had
a wide acquaintance among those con
njeted with the lake marine. lie has
commanded the schooners Case, Bradley,
Oneida, Plow Boy, York State and many
others, and was a man who always receiv
ed the respect and friendship of all his
acquaintances. Since business has com
menccd in the shops of the Ashtabula
Tool Company he has been employed as a
watchman and was engaged as such when
he was attacked by the disease that re
Hilled In his death.
LOCAL NEWS. JUDGE SHERMAN.
The last campaign speech in
Ashtabula is to be delivered by
Judge L., S. Sherman, at Haskell's
Hall, on Monday evening.
November 1st. Let every citizen
of Ashtabuia be present.
On Momliiy riiorniiiK In.t nn overrent
wh Molun from the yunl of I,. H. Mhi-rninii,
K?q., thu iriipi-rly of Kiii k Kricknuii,
imliilcr, whii w.i at woik nlout lln: ijlnru.
Maia'm! Tlinrjn' not fli'il, and knntin
lit; Imil luriit'd Untnv it irmi from liiti l"-'k
up hIhiiii i lint Hint', l n--1 1 1 n t-l a Hwiridi fur
the xniil vnxmiil. At l lit. I;. H. & M. H. !
"t tip li'iiriiRil a Irmiip utKu.rintf In di
uiiplitin lind kiih rn!, Tclt-grnpliitiK lu
KiiikxtiIIp, a reply uunii' thai Hib trmnp
lind juM pnwl Hint .11111011. .Mmi.IihI
Tlmrp ordi-rc-d hi iirri'Sl, NlHt'l-d for Km"'
vil le mid bronchi t he fi'llow and hi siok-n
OTi-runnt Iwck to Aililiilmlii. At his trial
hrfnra Justice Ileal li n jitvc Inn name. a.
James IInKKerly: 1 50 mid eoaia werr pined
to Ins case, in default of which he was sent
COAL STEALERS ARRESTED.
ley were on trial before Justice Heath last
Tuesday on the charge of stealing coal
from the docks and cars of the A. & I.
Kv. C..nj.iiy at the ll nlior. All were
guilty and thn line and costs of Con
don amounted to flS.Xi, Itcim (14.35,
and Gunley !.;)5 TheJ last named
person is l.u t a mere child,
and he testified Hint his father compelled
linn to stcitl so many buckets of coal 'ier
day, or shm 1 a thrashing. Thia coal steal
ing business has been going on at the Har
bor for some time past, and the officers of
the A. & I. Co. now proposes to put a stop
to it. Other coal stealers are known,
among whom are several women, and un
less they desist there is trouble in store for
Mr. H. F. Cook ol' Windsor died sud
denly at the Fisli House lust Tuesday af
ternoon of pneumonia. He lias been here
frequently during the past summer, re
ceiving nn dicul treatment for consump
tion. He was a single man, 1)4 years of
ngc and a son of Mr. E. Cook of Windsor.
He was a drummer in tho Windsor com
pany, and was present at the encampment
of the Tenth Regiment at Ashtabula lust
September. The father arrived here lust
Wednesday morning and removed the re
ui iins to Windsor for burial.
Tho Republican voters of Ashtabula
township, are hereby requested to meet in
Caucus in Haskeli's Hall, on Friday eve
ning, Oct. 29th, WHO, al half past seven,
ttharp, for the purpose of placing in nom
ination two candidates for the oilice of
Justice of the peace, for the ensuing three
F. A. PETTIBONE.
Ashtabula, O. Oct. 2Hth. 18H0.
A Prize Flao. The Republican Slate
Central Committee are authorized by Mrs.
Gov. Deuuisoii and other prominent ladies
of Columbus, to offer a (100 silk banner to
the county that shows the largest increas
ed Republican vote, in proportion to the
Republican vote polled between the Octo
ber and November election. The vote for
Judge Mcllvaiuo will be taken as the stand
ard. It Ashtabula County should secure
this prize, no doubt but the township mak
ing the greatest increase in (lie county
would got the Banner, bet each township
trv to win it.
A Card. Our thanks are tendered to
our many Ashtabula friends both in our
own and other churches, and the communi
ty, for the many kindnesses received, dur
ing our stay of six years among them.
Not least among which was the beautiful
China tea set, by which we were surprised,
as a parting gift, on the evening of Tues
day l'lh. msl, at t lie cordial receiption
given to the new Pastor, and Pri siding El
der, At tho M. K. Church in this place. The
many kindnesses received by us, from the
people of Ashtabula, have endeaied them
to us, so that we shall remember them
L. W. DAY.
Mrs. E. V. DAY.
Jonn T. Strong, Esq., is to speak at Len
ox to-night; at Leon, Saturday night and
at Trumbull on Jlonduy night November
The election returns will be received at
Haskell's hall on Tuesday evening Dext.
Admission to hall tun cents.
Mr. G. II. Crosby, of Rome, has a
patent for a wire wagon. wheel, in which
bracing wires take tho place of wooden
spokes which he is going into the manu
facture of for general use.
C. C. Williams is coming again to hold
a Musical Institute of ten days dura
tion. The first sossion will be held in
Armory Hall, Monday evening, Nov. 1st.
A full attendance is desired the first even
ing. There will be two sossions each day.
in the afternoon elementary work read
ing by note will receive careful attention.
The evenings will be devoted to glee and
chorus practice. Music, furnished free.
Tuition one dollar. It.
Latest news from Marion O., Dr. Thom
as' Ecleetric Oil triumphant, Mrs. Seig
fried used it for. severe cold and pain in
side, relieved in a fuw minutes.
Geo. Miitchler, an old citizen says it
beats everything he has ever tried for
D.iu'1 Huffman, farmer, a little south of
Mai ion, says it cured him of a sore thi-oal
of 8 years standing.
Al. Runyan says he has been a great suf
ferer from Rheumatism and has tried
scores of remedies but all to no purpose,
one bottle of lr. Thomas' Ecleetric Oil
has cured him entirely.
L. I. Follett has used it for Burns, and
says it's the Uuss Remedy.
There was a sweot girl named Corinua,
And day after uay she got thinner.
The reason was plain,
She'd Neuralgia again.
But Eulectrio Oil cured th sweet girl
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
A'oV Til. Since our taut, consiib-rabli
p ililieal excitement ha. prevailed in our
township. Mr. Strong, of Ashtabuln, gave
ii s a rousing speeeeh upon the present is
sue, which was listened to by a large and
Last Thursday evening Her. ('lark lire,
din spoke upon the subject of politics, and,
being well posted, and himself a I'nl'in
soldier, who bad endured the hardships of
camp life, rendered the rrmalks of double
interest tnhis atlentive audience, He show,
ed conclusively that the side Issuin that
divide the American people wakening the
Republican parly, and that It was the
duty of American cil izetis to unite in se
securing our nation from the control! of
The Baptist Sabbath school are oonfeni-
platingau excursion to Ashtabula Har
bor. The first quarterly meeting of the M. E.
church was held at Padanarain last Sat
urday and Sunday.
We have nt heard the Maine election
mentioned by any of our Democratic
friends since the election lu Indiana.
The boys of this locality have erected a
pole and m em to exhibit more patriotism
than thos of riper years. A streamer is
floating in the breeze.
Miss Hiit' ie Morse has just completed a
baby quilt containing 810 pieces, which
she intends to present to her sister, Mrs.
Collins of Espyville.
The aecrage of wheat sown this fall was
never so large in this section, and extra
pains were taken in preparing the soil, but
the present outlook seems to indicate that
the yield will not be very large.
John Hamilton was very seriously hurt
by the kick of a horse yesterday evening.
EJh. Tel. When we look back along
the vista of time and view the many Tem
perance reforms and consider, there is
much that calls for our sympathy. Some
that challenges our admiration and much
to cheer us on in our path of duty; the past
seems like a vast battle '.Held whose war
riors have been battling against a common
foe surging to and fro. The question ar.
rises, why havo they not conquered? But
few arc aware of tho strength of this great
enemy of the human race, or the inability
of this noble band to compote with so for-
mable a foe. I fear before it is conquered
we will have somo hard-fought battles,
some tiresom marches, and perhaps, some
strategic points to make. But it is ceitain
that wo can never conquer the enemy, nev
er drive it from the strongholds, never
banish thisluul curse from our native soil
by inactivity. We must not only watch
and pray, but put sliolder to the car of
salvation that the glorious work be
speedily accomplished. While I am firmly
in the belief that our success is only a
question of time, I am also aware that it
will require earnest, patient, persevering
toil to accomtilish the desired und. If we
are true to the sacred cause which God
has placed in our hands, if we are true to
our race, if true to ourselves, in due time,
tne last uauie win oe over and the victory
won. What a glorious thought that the
time will come when not a wave :of nure
air, upon t he mountain top or hill side, in
city or plain, shall be tainted with the pes-
iiieuiiai oiior oi aiconoi, mat nay will sure
ly come. True healthy people are at work.
and are anuoiiitiug t heir work with tears.
God is just, and will surely heed their
struggles. Never had men and women a
better opportunity for action, never had
inleligent beings a holier cause, never was
a band of workers banded together by a
holier tie. If intemperance was no inore,
if in a moment of time it could be said "it
is finished" what u shout would go up from
the civilized world. Every nation and
Kingdom fioiu shore to shore would swell
ttie anthem, and "Peace tuioii earth and
good will to men" would vibrate from the
rivers to the ends of the earth. All the
inhabitants- of eanh would cattfh the triad
sound, and Heaven would know that a vile
cursu had been annihilated from earth.
lour readers are aware that effort after ef
fort has been made to secure legislation that
would check the tide of intemperance, this
has resulted in disappointment till hone is
crushed, and success in that direction, if
it over comes, seems to be in the far future.
lu this sad hour of disappointment we
turn to the great source of success in times
of darkness and danger and devoutly pray
Oct. 25th. 1880.
The Presbyterian social at Mr. Ransom's
on last Wednesday evening, was well en
joyed by the goodly number who were
there. Miles and his wife have a way of
making people feel at home with them,
and their house is large and convenient
for such a gathering. The proceeds are
we understand to be applied towards the
payment of the new church organ.
Sume of our voters, who have been away
from home, are returning to cast their
votes on the 2d of November. Among
them we notice Goo. Curtis, who has been
traveling iu Europe. Adsn Mr. Raymond
Brown, who has been visiting his brother
Miss Hunter of Hartford Conn., is here
on a visit to hor sister, Mrs. F. Lefflng.
Miss Kate Mullott returned this woek
from Audover, where she has been visiting
and is expected to take chaise of the
"Busy Bee" society, which place has been
recently vacated by Miss Fickingor.
We presume that Kiunear and Curtis
intend to make it warm for some of the
people about here, judging by the stock of
stoves they have just received.
Quite a number of our young voters
went to Mentor and had a good time de
spite the rain.
Our wide Awakes were to have made a
pilgrimage to the same place on the 23d,
but were stopped by a telegram stating
an adjournment, just as they were going
to the depot. We have not seen the faces
of our Democratic friends present so
cheerful an expression since the 12th, as
they did when they witnessed our disap
We are anticipating a good timo here on
the evening of the 2lUh, ami hope to see
all the torch bearers in the county present.
Supper will be served at about six o'ulock,
or as soon after as possible, after which
comes the parade.
We have to announce the death of Mrs.
Stanton, daughter ol Mri. Jerome King of
llii" place, and wifeof Louis Stanton, who
has Ism working for Mr. l iilly of Ashia
boU, Mr. Hlaiiton we learn -is, him
self quite sii k, ai his Miliars In the south
part of town. The disease in both case is
io persons aitout to purchase a new
'looking t"V'. wo would recommend, that
they look in at II. J. Topkyi (V hard
ware establishment arid see, as well as buy,
the I own laik, which in the editorial cot
tage ha become a marvel of excellence
(when favorably situated for draught) for
the exprdiiiou. and satisfactory manner In
which baking, broiling, with various other
kinds of o .king together with heating:
of water all going nn al the same time.
while the heat Is undercompletc control of
the cook, and regulated by dampers. It is
a Ic'S expensive stove than many of tl
high priced ones on the market, with a
their comely appearances and advantagei
Dobbin's Soap shaved ready for use at
08 Oil J. M. Faulkner Ic Son's.
IJ. Webb haa a line line of trunks.
Get yourself a Look Faucet for your ci
der barrel. H. J. Topkyi Co. sell them.
Millinery (Joisls, just received a Fall
stock of rare beauty and attractiveness.
Call early and take your choice.
5 8 Irs. V. M. Pierce.
Go to U. Webb's for your w inter cloth.
it'S- 08 10
TryJ a package of Kaoka at J. M. Faulk
ner & Son's. 08-09
Something new in tin: stove line. The
Paris Royal, call and see for your self.
2t- II. .1. Topky k Co.
Nkw MiMiim .Mrj. F. M. Pierce has just
received a Fall Stock of Millinery Goods,
which it will be of interest for the ladies
to see, as the styles are very rich and
A fine line of Buck Gloves at B. Webb's.
If you want the best, get the Radiant
Home Base Burner. Tliconly one having
the Duplex Grate. 11. J. Topky & Co.
Dobbin's Soap shaved ready for use at
08-00 J. J. Faulkner & Son's.
Gossamer Rubber C'outa ut H,
Cash Paid for Timothy Hay Delivered
in Ashtabula after Oct. 10th.
04lf. Hubbard & Strader.
Agents and Canvassers make from (25
to (50 per week soiling goods for E. G.
Ribeout & Co., 10 Barclay St., New York.
Send for catalogue and terms. 52i04
Rubber Lcggins ut 15. Webb's. 08-10
All kind of Cook and Heating Stoves to
be found at II. J. Topky & Go's. 2t.
A competent girl to do general house
work in a family of twe. Address box
:i:!0, Ashtabula. O. 11
Try a package of Kaoka at .1. M. Faulk
ner & Son'B. 08 0!)
A Treatise on tiie Horse and his discu
cs, by Dr. B.J. Kendall. A cheap, com
prehensive and needful book for every one
keeping a horse. Price 25 rents. Sold
by Parshal, Klngsville Tliurbcr ii Co.,
and C. E. Swift, Ashtabula. if
The finest line of Wool and Cotton Un
derwear nt B. Webb's. 08-10.
Warranty and Unit Claim Deeds, Real
Estate and Chattel Mortgages, Leases,
Land Contracts and a full supply of Jus.
ttoes and Notary Blanks kept at the Tele
graph office. tf
We have a stock of printed milk tickets,
pints and quarts; just the thing for small
dealers. Price 25c a hundred.
James Reed & Son.
Fools Errand, Invisublu Empire, and
Bricks w ithout Straws, at M. G. Dick's.
A BAD CASE-CURED.
A BAD CASE-CURED. FREDONIA, N. Y., June 7, 1873.
Dr. M. M. FENNER. FREDONIA. N. Y.,
Uear sir: 1 had been sick about elirhi
srs with un HltectioD niv nhvsicians caIIim!
Herofuls. My throat was a nmtteratiuif sore. Uy
imittir nuu eeeu emeu uui, my ueeK luce ana lor
lieiul hud dlschsryiiiK sores. My body and llmtis
had duett estiitL' ulcers exlendlnir nusriv to ihe
bone, 1 whs reduc-d In llestt to a mero skeleton.
1 was la tills (Ireailltll condition wlieu 1 liesn the
asc nr vuur UIoihI slid Liver Ht-medv and Nerve
Tonic tu lsiiil. 1 took tt nearly a year, tliuu'ti to
all apnearunces whs well tu three mouths alter
tiecunnnL; It. 1 led as wetland strong now us 1
Mae ANNA ADAMS.
and Nerve Tonic may well be called ''The
conquering heto" of the times. Whoever
has "the utiles shoutii taRe it, (or it regu
lates and restores the disored system that
gives rise to them. It always cures Bilious
ness and Laver Complaint, Jaundice, iys
pepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Fever and
Aifiio. Spleen Enlargements, Scrofula. Ery
sipelas, Pimples, Blotches, and all skin
eruptions and Blood Disorders, Swelled
Litmus anil 1'ropsy, sleeplessness, Impaired
Nerves and Nervous Debility; 'restores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures Female
v cuKtiess aim i. tironic itneumaiism, ana
relieves Chronic- Bronchitis, and all lung
and throat difticulties. It does these things
by striking at the root of disease and re
moving its cuuses.
Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Coney
will relieve any cough in one hour. Try
sample bottle at ten cents.
Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief cures any
ftnin, as Toothache, Neuralgia, Colic or
ieadache, in 3 to 30 minutes, and readily
relieves Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint,
Diarrhoea, ete. Try a sample bottle at 10
Dr. Fenner's Vegetable Blood and Liver
Pills, ihe best family physic known.
For sale by Swift. At wholesale by Strong,
Cobb & Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
We have Found What the People
We have Found What the People Want.
Something to cleanse their blood and
drive out all the vile blood. Something to
give them an appetite. Somothing to give
them new life, now health and vigor.
Parnieleu's Great Blood Purifier, will do it.
No disease can exist where this remedy is
used, so complcteare its operations. Price
(1 per bottle; sample buttles 15 cents.
Sold Swift and E. A. Ashtabu
"Truth is Life."
There is nothing that tends to relieve
the human frame from the toils and tu
mults of every day life more than quiet
rest and sleep at night. Parmelee's Dys
pepsia Compound will make you sleep as
sweetly as you could desire, for the most
freuuent cause of sleeplessness is dyspepsia,
and by Ihe ue of this compound the liver
is stimulated to iieafiliy action, ami you
"feel like a new nian"and sleepas vnu have
never slept tiefore. Sample bottles 15
cents; large size fl. &OIU uy swttt biiu hj.
A. Willard, Ashtabula, Parsba!!, Klngs
Why don't yon try Carter's Little Liver
Pill- 't They are s, positive cure for si k
headache and all Ihe ills produced bv ills
Ordered liver. Oolv one pill n .tn.f, HI I
Is racing among horses in dillerent purls
of the country, and every man owning a
horse should be prepared to treat the diss
ease, "A Treatise on the Horse, "isotieortli
iH'St books published, having pages and
over 50 illustrations giving receipts Tor
the cure of epizootic ami fifty other dis
eases. J-.very fanner should have one
Don't fail in send at once to N. T. Icc,
Box 1.1, Cleveland. Ohio 07-Hp"
n neii you neen a coiign remciy, ho as
sured Denig's Cough Balsam will give you
perfect satisfaction. It is the best thing
of its kind. An unfailing remedy for all
throat and lung alT.itiotis. 25c, a bottle
at all drug stores. sj.9
write 10 Mrs. Lydia K. Plnkham, No
2.'i:i Western Avenue, Lynn, Mu., for
paiupuieis relative to the curative proper
ies of her Vegetable Compound 111 all fe
If you are troubled with rheumati-m u-e
Keti'lall s .spavin dire.' See stfvt.
a - ever.
to our Knowledge, dad any occassion Tor
using Kendall's Mpavin Cure, but it has
been used on thousands of spavined hor-e
won most W'TI'ITI'II MIC -e.,, HM'l It IS n"W
irig lls, wilh the very Is-t of sa,,.far.
lion for every kilol of a bleuii-h or lai
ness on beast or Ill-ill. As it does not b;s.
Ut and is certain in its e(Teels. it i,l,,.eom
ing the ino-t popular liniment ever used
for horse or human flesh. Read the adver
tisement in another column.
Her eyes were red, her no-e was blue,
"Sweet subject for embracing";
Her breath was anything but sweet,
And all through her tight lacing.
She wi-ely took a friends advice,
And soon Spring Blossom tried;
Left off tight lacing, her braatn, now is
And she is sati-fisd.
There are inaov bums of nervous debility
men that yield to ihe u-e of Carters Iron
Pills. Those who are troubled with nerv
ous weakness, night sweat-. A-e. .1
try them. (;,.t.
What 1 ;VFr)P.ay 11 an la
a pleasant, reliab'e medi'-ine that never
does any harm, and prevents and enr..s
disease by keeping the stomach in perfect
order, the boweis regular, and the kidneys
and liver active. Such a medicine is Park
ers Ginger Tonic. Ii relieve- everv ease,
and we have seen slacks of letters Irom
thousands who have been saved and cured
by it. See other column. Tribune. 0-0
Does it Injure the Skin?
It does not? Hamilton's Orientiul Balm
entirely free from nnvlhino-
injure the skin or health. It is dbci-ledlv
the i-Jtt limit; in the mark'-t. It removci
tan, piinilfs, freckles, iwth nU:Ur9, black
worms or tfruh-t anl k-ar-s the skin cl.ar
hikJ transparent. Price 50 cents per hot-tli-.
Sold y Swift nud E. A. WilUrd,
A Vital Question Answered.
Thoustm-lt of dvi.c-ptic ami bilimw suf
ferers who have exausterl the li-t of nfTiciHl'
remedies in vuin, are akinr if thre i anv
remedy for their rmst-rv. Tlipre in. Ilnm.
illou's Jamaica (iinut'r Tonic will pive
them imiuedintu r.'lief anil eventually re
store them to perfect health. It a stom
achic, an alterative and a cencral diuretic
combined in one delicious and refrehinjr
unuiL'tii. Itisal-oa valuable, tonic and
produces none of the prostrating effects
ure to iuilow the u.se oi Honors. Price
cents per bottle: samples 2.i cents.
Trv 'Kendall's Spavin Cure.' a sure rem-
edy for Spavin?, Curbs Kmpbones, or any
enlargement of the joints. See ad vt.
Women need it! It retrulates the female
functions, relieves painful mentration and
sickness, and can never do any harm.
Prepared 4y E. K. Thompson, Titus
vlle, Pa. For sale bv Swift. 7-8
Inventor enuiloylnn atmrnfeH ranilltnr
ji met tee In the Patent uttlce, roroiy full
securtnn patents. Kx pert e nee ensures hue
res In lroticutiiijf contested entries und
Mineral Lamlelalinstx ioretlieGenenil Land
Ofllce. Loiik practice gives nuccebt in secur.
l'resbrey 4 fJrepn, Attornes'", fventh
utret-i, Washington, D. c. have had lone ex
perience in all hruuche oj' practiev be f. ire
Parties having business shon.d address
theuUenclosinK -tuinp for Information. Hi.
The Greatest Remedy Known.
Dr. Kine'n New HUcoverv for Connimnilnn
certainly the greatest medfea1 remedy ever
placed within the reach of wintering human
ity. Thousuuds of onee hopeless sufferers,
now loudly proclaim their praise lor this
wonderful Ldhcuvery to which they owe their
lives. No; only does It positively cure I'on.
sumption, but Couuha. Colds. Asthma. liron.
chilis. Hay Fever, iloHnseness and all n flec
tion of the Throat, Chest and Lunn yield at
once to its wonderful curative powers as if
mitt; i c. w e u not hkk you io ouy a larire
buttle until you know whut you aie Keltinn.
We therefore earnestly requeM you to call on
your drutrlsta. (iee A Kouers.and tret a trial
bottle for ten rents, which will convince the
most, skeptical of tin wonderful merits, and
how you what a renuhir one dollar size bot
tle will do. For sale by liee it ltogers.
to business tmd cure u coujrh or cold in the
bead, t;et Ur. Fenner's Improved Cough Hon
ev It will relieve anv cube lu oue hour.
Try a sample bottle ut luc.
Buckleu'a Arnica halve.
The best salve In the world for Cuts Bruis
Sores. Fleers, suit Rheum. Fever Sores.
Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns,
and all kind- of skin Krupiions. 1 his salve
guaranteed to Kive nerteel SutUfaetiou In
nvery case or money refunded, l'rice 5 elm
per box. For sale by (Jew & Rogers. 6i-u"
We are Informed that the "Kendall's Snav-
Cure" Is now sold by all of the leading
wno io sale druggists una a urea number oi
promluent retail druggists.
Spencbr.- In Cherry Valley. S2d lust., a son to
ur. ana nr . r . u. opeiicer.
Kino. In Geneva, 34th lnat.,a daughter to Clark
ana aiary tving.
Wooiintrrr. In Geneva, 9-ld Inat.. a daughter to
11. a. and . C. Woodruff.
IIipple In Jefftereon, ttid Inst., a too to Dr. J'
it. a .d M. A. Uipplo.
Smith Id Jefferson, 25. h luut,,a son to E. T. and
mry i. Miiiin.
Rockwell IIihmon lu Lenox, Oct. 2rt, by the
Kev. V. A. Hie liar ilium. Mr. John W. Hock-
well of Plymouth to Mlt Koilly C. Uaimuu of
Moore Hi.kasdalb In Conneaut, 17th Inst., hy
Kev. U. T w yiuuu, .Mr oeo fc. Moore oi i levy
land. to II in1 Celia L. llleadtile ol Counount.
FonriHE GuT--Tn .Jefferson, With Inst., by Rev.
TliOinse Ouj. at-eli-mri by the Ho v. Yf. M. DmIUs.
Mr. Frank J. Forllillu to Liixle luv.
daughter ol tho McUUng clerymnu. both of
Tti.kk Gii.l In Geneva. 10th Inst.. Mr. A. M.
Tyler to Miss Carrie ulll, both of ueucva .
Cook -In A-htalmla, October tffllli, ft. F. Cook,
of Wiiiasoii, O., uged .U yuan.
Cakwbll In KlehiDoiid. Oct. 2Sih, Polly daugh
ter of r . n. Auaa cauweii, aged e uiutuiit.
Cam! In Harrmnenlo. Cal., Jith Inst ,. of paean-
monia, Mr. i Jianea k. camp, luriucriy oi AsU
tabula, aged 63 years.
Wathoi'M- In Ashtabula, i5th lust., of paralysis,
Mr. Win. T. Witruua.
Stanton In Kingsville, 3-lih ltn-t., at the resl
deuce of her fattier, J. E. King, of spinal fever,
Mate, wile of LolIs HUutou of Aehubuia,
aged 4U years.
Enowleb In Colebrook, 8 id Inst., of diphtherial
Km ma, daughter of Uilbcrt and .Sarah kuowles
aged 9 years.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Oct 20.1880.
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I am Receiving by Express the Beit
I.N CANs OH BULK,
Whice I offer to Customers at the Very
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ltd Main Street, First door soutU Postulliie,
ASHTAKl'I.A, OHIO. mil
In a ture euro for epavin, cpllnt, curh. rrallous,
tpralnc, pwi-llitiL'"'. k'alli, lanu'Dfci and all t-n-lariu'iitei
of the joint or limb. It will com
p!ci .! remove a hone spavin without hlUU-rin;;
orcaurinira inre. It li also a u'H)ti formitnae
for huat and 1 iiierf lull slrt'iilh, at all time
of the ear, with ptrlect afeiy. A core which
we aro knowhiff to is a port-on who BUlTt:rj(l 15
yearn with hfp-Joint lanu'ii.'-m and wan pcima
nently cured two yi-aru ao with KendaH'B Spavin
Cure. hVuiemher we claim it will cuio a boi.e
pipuvin and completely remove the bunch without
Stiitomciit 3Ialo Uinlor O11U1.
1o whom it may t'onrern: in the yearlsvSI
treat et) with KeiKi.-.H's Spavin t'urea bone epav
In of several moinhs irruwth, nearly half an larye
as a hen1 1 et,'u. and coinpletely slopped the lame
neftt and n moved the enlargement. 1 have
worked the horso ever since very hard, and he
nt'vor has been lame, nor could I ever tee any
diflVrenro in the cize ol the h'pckjoiniB lure I
truaied him wilh KtNDAULLS' tSl'AVIN ( I KE.
R. A. UAINES.
Enoshurgh Fallf, Vt., Feb. 25, lST'i.
IS worn und (ntbscvihed to beleru me this 35th
day of February, A. l. fui.
JOHN U. JENNK, Justice of the Peace.
Office U. 8. Marshal, Western DM. of Mich.
Kalamazoo, April IS, 1n7!.
B. J. Kendall, Enoshuri,'li Fulls. l. -Uear tir :
I recelvtd tlie two bottles .f your spavin cure
forwarded by express In lummy la-t. I am hap
py To state that it perform, d all your advertiMe
mentcalltd for. In three wuek- 11 fieri commenc
ed u-iut; it, the spavin was entirely removed and
a valuabh-horwe refrore.l toUHel'ulne-..
Very truly yours, JU11N I'AllhEH.
Send address for illu-lrated circular, which wo
think L'ives pnsiiivtf pn.-.r of its viriues ho
remedy hs t-ver met with such uiupialnleil suc-cer--3.
i- .ur knowledge, for h.a-t as well ar- man.
I'ricr! per bottle, or six In. tiles for f., all
riru"Li-t-havo it or can gel It for you, or 11 w ill
be sent 10 any address on reci iot of price by the
proprietors. 1H. J U. KENiAI-L A CO.,
Enoburh 1'alU, ermout.
Sol J by all Drufttlslii