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application Is simple only to anoint slightly the affected surface. No
internal remedies are necessary. It Is sold by all druggist. 0Oo. per
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Mb. Pmup 15. Thorp. Thnnon, N. J., writest I oonntdnr ITplskelVs Tetter Ointment worth
Its weight In gold. I had Tetuir on my faoe so bad, mid liad tried bo many remedies without
avail, that I began to think the dlBeatw Incurable. lUit I am happy to nay that three boxes of
UehtkeU's Toller Ointment elleoted a com pie to euro, ibr which 1 ain truly grateful."
Mr. O. T). Bnam'S, Nashville, Tmn,, writes: ff elnkelVn Tetter Ointment hu cured me of a
' very troublesome skin dle8 that the doctors railed Kezeina, Tetter, or something, that nt Vested
me for some eighteen mouths. During the time 1 tried veni1 doctors ami twenty-five dltU-rcnt
medioim without avail. 1 then used only two boxes of Helste-H's Tetter Ointment, whlcil '
effectually cured me. U should be known in every town and village in the country.
HOOFLAnO'S GERMAN BITTERS Xona
A FEW FACTSI
I am selling Furniture Cheaper than any house
in Northern Ohio.
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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
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tlon. Huitaff sostud. Iiargs boxes, cmitalulliir W
pills, S6 cunts. Kur salu y all diuvulrls.
ware- of all conn ter frits snd Imllaiicns. The
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Real -Estate Agency.
have some dexlral)e houses and lots
y fr wale and tornnt, both In twu Hiul
id to miit, both In town and
Aud the following farm for
at the siaj-uor.
A fftrrn of 100 fu-roa with fnlr farm bultdliis
atuMii b milt from AnIi!iuIu In the town of
folit me'd. C'netip aud Uaruia hum v.
A fiu in of i;io si-i'n. (J.xkI bulldlmiK and
everyihlng In the licut onitr, HlUmttd on
the iJontrr road between Conneaul and Fler
lMnt, 1'rU-e 4.0u.
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A liinu oi i acrm with good farm liutldlugii
J mllo t.-.tiit of Afhtiiholu on Hnuttj HhV'.
Alto -t veiitl sLore rouiiH for rctit. i'ur luf-
tUcr jiUj iH-ulrtm entiuiro of.
TH K FA sjf.
Gknbral Howard htu been
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Smith's trs Htme. where can always b
found s NKW and WKLL bKUCCTEO STOCK ol
Forslf u ate XOKKasstlo
Caslmeres and Vestlngs.
Alio a Full and Complete Lne of
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sua low price
gut rau teed.
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Ilss Just received s beauttlul line of
Spring and Summer
of the vsry latest styles, wulcb I eau aiska np to
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UuutlemaD wanting spring suits would do well
to call sud examine my goods buluie buying
elaewhera, aalUfjictiuu guarauteed in cutting
Slid making. 1Mli-lf
FARM FOR SALE.
180 Arum op noon i,ANi-Jto
ana of goml tleiher. tit-.od kiiuarbu.ih, good
fiuli Aiil aaicr. N'umrrou bullillimi lu guud
ri'i'rtir Ml lu'ed in Plymouth, ui litis Iroiu
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Kendalls Spavin Cure.
The most snccespful remedy ever dlicnvered, as
U Is certain In Its eflVrts ana dess not blister,
READ PROOF BitLUW.
REV. P. N. GRANGER,
Presiilfng Elder ot the Bt.' AUmus District.
Ht. Albans, Vt., Jsn. 30th. '80.
Dr, J. B. Kendall it Co., Uunts:ln reply to your
letter I will say that my experience with Ken
dall's Spavin Cure has basa very asilsfactory In
deed. Three or four years ago I procured a but
lie of your agent, snd wltb It, cured 4 bnrse of
oflamenesa caused by a spavin. Last season
sty horae iHtcame very lame and 1 turned biiu
oat Cor a few weeks when he becsme better,
but wben I put him on the road he grew worse,
wben 1 discovnrod that a ringbone wan forming
I procured a bottle ol Kendall's 8psvln Cure sud
with leas tbafl a bottle cured htm so that he is
sot lame, neither sau the bunch be f on ml.
Respect ful ly j our-, P. N . O K A N U G It,
Perseverance will Tell.
Btoughtoa, Hats., Msrj 1A, 1FK0,
B. J. Vsadsll A Co., Ueuts ln Justice (.o yon
and my ) If, 1 thfuk I ought to let yea know tnai
I have removwd two bone spavins with KenclaU's
Spavin Cure, oneury lar-e one, don't know how
long the apavluihad bwu there. 1 have owned
the horse olght months, it took me four months
to take the large one off aid two for the mall
one. 1 bave used 1U bottles. The fcorae Is en
tirely Wt:(l.)int stllT, snd no bunch to he seen
or felt. This is a wonderful null Inc. it Li a
uuw thing here, bat It does for all what it has
done fur tue. The m1 yil he great.
Revpuctfullyyouis, DIAd, K, PARKRR.
Kendall's Hpavln Cure Is su.a In Ue effects,
mild la lu action as It does not bluUr, yet It Is
puuetratUig and powerful to reach eve.y deep
sNlt)d pain or to remove any bony growtb or
other enlargement, wuca as spaTins, splints,
curbs, callous, ipratu. swellings, any lameness
and sit ilarueiueiiis of Um Joiiits or Itraha, or
rheiitustlftn in man and for any pnrpuau for
which s liniment la ued for msu or isst. It is
now kaowu to he tho beat 11 in meet for mat ever
nud, acting mild aud yet curtain In Its effects,
Heud siltiro for illOBtrstbd Circular which we
think wives poaltive proof of its vlituvs. No
rsiuudy has ever met witb such unqualified suc
css to oar knowledge, Ar b'ast as well as man.
Price il. pair boitle, six bottles for -. All
druggliti have it or isa get It Tor you, or It will
b sent to any a Jib. v tin receipt of price by tbe
proprietors. 1H. B. J. KM,4j L it Co.. Knoa
burgh JTsUs, Yeruumt. tloJs fVf fff prUK
UH. , ,
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE—Nov. 7th, 1880.
Ex. jAu'm . tMiLiitfutj Ux. lAc'ai
a us I
L. 8. A M.H.CrosBjng
.... .JioJi Croi'ii.
. v mi
, , ilUN.liilKiltt. ,,,,
. 4 U. W . H. H. IT. li I" P in
Warren It 1" K Ul
, ... .Nllnn 11 Ml 7 "
iiimril tl i t sn
10 Hi 7
III SI: 7 m
Jl Ull! 7 H
Wit u iw 7 m
..Kh.Ik Kurri.ui... 11 87 7
...Yuuiitftowii ...A II kot 7 )
a H) in Ml 1'liui.uiKii It a Ml J
All tralua Uully vcupt huiii1b a.
wouaJcd ill tbe temple, for which
wm trepanned, manifetea n
propensity lr tIitift.yWfJh.wa.
Kihi Tel: We ore glad to ste, through
your columns, that the cause of ti)inpcrniicc
Is ytt nlive and Imltling for I ho good of
the human race, but Imve snnictiuica
thought that tt'tuptiriince wtirk. r.s in tht-ir
eagerness to grasp at once the whole hu
mull family, have oflen overlooked the fact
that all around us are human beings that
demand our immediate atteulion'and eon
sidorutlon; and who, if timely influenced,
can be aaved from the curse of akuholic
liipiore). The poorer classes are suhjt'cled
to ma.iy privation) and discouragements
that are peculiar to their lot, and often
from sheer neglect upon the part of chris
tian paople oflen lose their self respect,
and feeling that "no one cures for their
souls," resort alcoholic stimulauts to
drown trouble. They live in the inidsi of
Innumerable indulgences aud gratifications
which are placed beyond their reach, but
enjoyed bv their more fortunate competi
tors in life's journey. Thuir connection
with tliem, though not cl'Ja enough for
spiritual communication, is near enough
to influence appetites, desires and wants,
which can neyer be satisfied. From their
cheerless rooms thev look out upon the
abodes of luxury. While surrounding the
scanty board they are reminded of the fact
that their more fortunate neighbors have
"bread enough and to spare,'' and twrhaps
their tables are crowiuvl with sparkling
wines and fragrant with the delicacies of
every clime. Fainting with toil, they of
ten meet others seemingly unburdened
with care or toil, and they think that all
of life's prizes have fallen to them. Very
seldom does a distinct authentic voice f
wisdom come to them from the high
places of society, telling them that riches
are not happiness, and that a felicity
which riches cannot buy is within the
reach of al. The uueducated poor, with
out resource in books in their families, and
piessed down with disappointment, debt,
dispondence and toil are driven by an im
pulse, dreadfully strong, to the haunts of
intemperance, and there they plunge into
a misery surer than all of the tortures in
vented by human skill. They quench the
light of reason, blot out God's image as
far as they have power and take their place
among the brute creation. The poor are
peculiarly exposed to discouraging views
of themselves, of human nature and hu
man life. Their faith In God's goodness,
in virtue, in immortality, is sometimes ob
scured by the darkness of their present
lot. We often shut our eyes to the fact
that in very large cities dwells multitudes
of human beinirs fallen into extreme
degredation, living in dark, filthy houses,
uu ventilated cellars, where the child is
trained amidst coarte manners, impure
words and the fumes of intemperance, and
from thence sent forth into a wide world
to live, perhaps, the life of a beggar. I
do not mean that all of the poor are such
as I bave described. For among them are
"the salt of the earth," "the lights of the
world, "the elect of God;" yt poverty
has tendencies to moral depredation, and
it is the solemn duty of ail true lovers of
the human race to assist, not only in their
puzzling wants, but also assist in that
moral and religious culture which is the
greatest blessing that can possibly oe De
stowed upon the poor. Spiritual culture
is the most effectual service We can send
him. and let all lovers of the human be
stow it to the extent of our power. I have
often thought of the language of our
Savior "The poor ye have always with
Richmond, Dec. 14, 1880.
Spurgeon a happy way tering
rebuke when rebuke is needed. One
day he was annoyed by three young men
who persisted in wearing their bats in
church, lie appeared for a time not to
notice them, but proceeded to tell his au
dience of his yislt to a Jewish synagogue,
"When 1 entered," he said, "I took off my
hat, but was informed that the great mark
of respect was to keep it on. 1 did bo,
though I assure you 1 felt very strange,
wearing my hat in a place of respect to
the synagogue, may 1 ask those Jews in
the gallery to conform equally to our rules
and kindly uncover their heads?" That
was enough. The young men instantly
took off their hats.
Doc k-ache is almost immediately reliev
ed by wearing one f Carter's Smart Weed
and Itclladouna baok-acbe Plasters. Try
one and be free from pain. Price 25
A Modern Poet. .
What is a modern poets fate, to write his
thoughts upon a slate,
The critic spits on what is done, gives
it a wipe and all is gone,
Like Rheumatism from our bodies fly.
When Thomas' Eclcctric Oil we try.
Warren County Pa., Village of Enter,
prise. Personally appeared before uio
Holland Sutlitl", who, being duly (worn
according to law deposes and saya; That
hu resides In tho villaire of Enterprise,
Warren Co., Pa. ; That tor the space of
six weeks or more he was bed. fast, he
endured terrible suflcring from Rheu
matism, and during this time he could
Set no rest or sleep, and was not able to
o any work. He had tried all and every
remedy he could hear of and had a doctor
attending hi ill all this time, and was grow
ing worse all Ike time, until he was recom
mended by a friend U take Wilson's
Llghlning liemedy lor Rlieumiitism. This
medicine nave him immediate relief and
performed a perfect cure in forty-eight
hours, and that he is now perfectly tree
from the disease. H. Butliff. Sworn and
subscribed before me this 22nd day of
June, A. I), ltteo. W. l. nibble, Justice
ot tho i'cace. it
Cholera Morbus may be encouraged by
fretjuent doses of pickled Salmon and un
dressed Cucumbers, it may be increased
by eating unripe plums and may be cured
by taking tr. J'honiaa' Eclectric Oil.
A Uood aalddan-l,
For Nauseous Drugs, no use there soon
For Salts, Magnosla, senna no pretence,
Dispensing CbemUls, all men will agree,'
'i'ti view as things with which they may
But when Dysjiepsia ails us (lien's the
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Spring Blossom best of remedies, the
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Prices: 60c., trial botUes 10c,
'Kendall's Spavin Cure' try It and be
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I)r. L'axpe-' lounmmends 'Kendall's
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LK0 A h NOTICE.
SM Kit IFF fmBprclnl MdHtpr f 'nmrntsslonnf
Hulc of I.Hiuls iitMi rpiit'iiii-nts, Aihtrthii
liirViTiiinoit PImw, .lanuiiry tunn, IS8. Kx's
otTlioinHM Mltcltt'll ftirutiist U, tl Wurtnlnif
toii (H'tlr of sale. Ily vtrtuo of an onhT f
Hivle dulylnmti'd rruin Riild ( 'ourt In the uhove
cast'to ine dli t'cti d.I will oUVt for sale by wny
of poblle miction, nt Mip duor ol Hip court,
honwe. In the vlllnire of JpfTcrson, Ahtnl)u)a
county, Ohio, on Monday the 10th dnynf Jhu
npry.A. I. 1H81, lifl wci'ii 1 Iih hours of 10 a. ni.
amM9 m. ofauld diiy, thn followlngdescrlbtwl
lan (In ano tcncmentti, to-wlt :
Tract I. Situate In the vlllmre of AahtJihu
ln, county of Anhtalnila, and state of Ohio,
and known as being the nor (h part of lot 9,
and a ttinnll part of lot 88. and is hounded as
follows, to-wlt : BeglniilliK h( a atone hurled
in the ground belntt the Kouthwenl corner of
Accomodation alley or Spring street and
rnnnlng thence Houth 410 . west along the
east line of Main atreet eliihty-ntne and a
hair ft'et. or th'real"lH, to the cunt or of the
south hrlt-k wall oT the hulldlng known as
the Ashtabula lIoiiKtt, thence eauterly along
the center ol said wall to the east sldo of
aald building, thence southeast about two
feet ton stone standing In the nrlgtiinl lot
Unas of the lot conveyed by James liny ami
wife to said Warmlnitlnn, thence south 71'o,
east to the went line of hit about t feet wide
now owned by said WarmlnKlon, thence
along said west line to the south line of
Hprlnjf street, thence westerly along fha
south lino of Spring street to the place of
beginning, excepting n part of the northwest,
corner an contracted and conveyed by said
Warming! on to the Manufacturers I,onn As
sociation nd now ow..d by the Ashtabula
National 1 rink, ami as conveyed and sub
ject to all ot the terms, provisions and con
dition of toild conveyance ami ai owned by
said Ashtabula National Hank. Also one
other piece of land In said lots 88 and fl. tn
aald village of Ashtabula, county and state
aforesaid, and bounded as follows: Begin
ning at tbe southeast corner of said Warm
lngton's ; feet lot aforesaid, on the orglnal
south line ol said land conveyed to said
Wannlngton by James Ray anil wife and
running thence south 71lo, east on snM
south line to a cedar post at the top of the
hill, on or Hoar Hprln street, thence along
said Spring street northerly and westerly on
the west and south lines of said Spring street
to the east line of said Wnrmington's Ht feet
lot, thence southerly to the place of beginning
Tract II. A H4 feet lot between the two
above described pieces, situate In said village
of Ashtabula, county and State aforesaid,
and bounded north by spring street, east by
the land above described, and south by the
original south line of said land conveyed to
said Wannlngton by James Hay and wife,
and west by the Ashtabula House, so-called,
nab! east and west lines being parallel to
each other and supposed to be Ht feet apart.
Terms, cash. Appraised at 9
A. W. HTlIiFH, Sheriff,
as special Master Commissioner.
Northwavt Fitch, prtfTs att'ys. 14-18
Hherid s offloe. Jeirorson, Dee. S, 1880.
To Nervous Sufferers The Great Euro
pean Remedy Dr J. Simpson's
It Is a positive cure for (Spermatorrhea, Semi
nal Weakness. Impotency, and all diseases re-
Baiting rrom fcit-annse. as Mental Anxiety, loss
Pains (n Hack
or Hide, and ills-
Vases that lead
InsAnlty and an
early grave. The
cine Is being
used with won-
rnil m t eei. 1'aiii utile in sent free to all.
Write for them and get mil particulars. Price,
Specific. $1 per package, or six psckagee for $.1,
Address sll orders to J. B. Himpson Mkdicinb (Jo
Nos. 104 and im Main Ht., Huttalo, N. Y.
Bold ln Ashtabula by (J. K. Bwir-T and all drug
e'lgts everywhere, IBMO-lHi
Health is Wealth!
Dr. E. O. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment-
a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsions.
nervous lieaiiAcne, Aieniat ueprepsion, IjOsb oi
Memory. Npermatorrhoja, Impotency. Involun
tary Emissions. Premature Old Age. caused by
over eiertlon, self-abuse, or over Indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay snd death. One box
will cure recent cases, fcach box contains one
month's treatment. One dollar a box, or six
boxes for five dollars ; sent by mall prepaid on
receipt ol price. We guarantee six boxes to care
any case, w 1th escb order received by us Tor six
boxes, accompanied with five dollar, we will
send the pnrclisBer our written guarantee to Te
torn the money If the treatment Sues not effect s
cure. Guarantees Issuer hy Chas. B. Swift, au
thorised agent for Ashtabula. Ohio. John u.
West A Co., Hole Proprietors, 181 A IKK W. Madi
son St., Chicago, III. tjtrongtfc Cobb. Wholesale
Agents. Cleveland, Ohio. tw-Bl
imoorter of SCOTCH GRANITE MONU
MENTH, and Manufacturer of
AinERICAN flRANITK, 1UARBLK at
't wiu is-a a v n bus.
Will alno nil all orders tor Marble
Granite or Hand-atone work.
Office on Center street. 1465-tt
W Work done tn the Beit Manner.
DRUGS, PAINTS, OLAS
B00ES, WALL PA
. Lton, Counoaut, O.
PER sad MIU.INKHY.
UseGeunther's Lung Healer
' FOB THB OURS OF
Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Coughs. Colds,
uaiarrn oi iiieai, anu an uiseaaea oi uie pul
monary Organs, friee 00 ois. and ii.U).
adr your iiniggisi ior 11, or Bona vm
Ul liiN I HKH Al CO., Fhofhiktohh.
04-lB W Fifth Ave..Pltt eburgh.
AT W. RED 11 BAD'S BTORB.
Too will always find a full supply ofcholce family
Groceries & Provisions
Which will be sold, for Cash, as low as at any
place tn the County. Call and examine my Goods
and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. My
Sleek ijunsluts In part of ttiiK,Toas, poffees,
SPICES, CANNED FRUIT?.
KHKSH FRUITS, Ac, slso
FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
PROVEN UK R, BRAN,
OATS AND CORN.
and various other articles too numerous to men
tion. A 4o agent for the celebrated Rutlalo
Crpani Ales & Porter
At his old stand, corner of Main and Centre St.
17I0RD BROTH KR have on bsnd a good ss
" aortment oi llarness of varioua kluds.
heavy and light, tlnvle sud double, of the best
workmanship and material. Thryare prepared to
HU an orders iur,worx oi any oesrnuiioa in mis
Tine: HatMii-, HicJIi-n Biidlus. Whips, visiters,
Blankets, 4te. r '
37 N IL O
They bsve lust laid n a large supply oi large
ana muuium siitxi iraveiiug uuuki. in irun
various uualltiea and value, and arfordt-d at fa
VorH 1. 1 1) p-Uuv, The isuorliuent is alluutnvr
the largest of any in ttre regtou. 'i'he traveling
public sre Invited to lok over this slock, as
they oan hardly fail to Hud something to their
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Remittances should be made by money
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Houghton, Mifflin & Co.
NEW HORSE BOOK,
'A Treatise on tbe Horse and
About 800,000 have already been sold ln a short
time, at the low price of Ufi cents, or five copies,
$1. And every one who sees it prou ounces It
the best book ever published for the price, and
many claim It to be worth mare than hooks for
which they have paid and $10,
Send aft ctMits In stamps or currency to the
TELEGRAPH, Ashtabula, O,, for a copy, It
gives the beat treatment for all diseases; hup Utt
tlne engravings, showing positions as?umoii by
sick borttea hotter than cap be taught in any
other way; a table showing doses of all the prin
cipal medicines used for the horse, as well as
collection olVALUAHLE RECEIPTS, rules for
telling the age of a horse, with an engraving
showing teeth of each year, snd a ;arge amount
of other valuable horse iDfoimatton. Hundreds
of horsemen bave pronounced It worth more than
books costiuj; ICaud 10. The fact tbst ttoO.Oou
sold in shout one year, shows the heart approv
al with which the book meets. 'if.
Hold by Thurber 4 t'o., und 0. R. Bwirt.
Asbuibdla, uuj Purtiuall, 1uksy.)10.
FOR SALE OREIOHAKOB FOB A
Farm In Ashtabula county. A Farm of one
tin ud red and thirty acres la Booae County'
Kentucky nine tulles from Cincinnati, much
of thl farm Is well set lu grass, Winter at
bllng for Forty bead of floraes, whloh are
hud at Cincinnati or Covington, at about
TKN DOLL ARM a month a head, sUtlls for
Fifteen Cows, brick smoke house, ice liouie,
barns, carriage bouse, dwelling a two story
hewed log with two story frame kitchen at
tached, two orohurds sl well selee-it'd fruit,
a half uille training (reck fftioial, this tUva'
Is Well femnjU, iilMtih ol H WUU kLoi?-.iH pu1
ahd plrie Irtiards. jff eicchnuM dtfff?rotift'1it
value' will bo -paid 6f received on liber,
time. Address, or call upon, J ' '
P. W. 8THADKK. Sr. Ashtabula, O.
This farm Is well w uttered, for summer
pasture It Is not excelled, It Is woll known.
8'ift Superior stiot, opposite Case nail, Cleveland
lhio.' Cures SyptilMi-. tioiiorrht.u tik-et, filrlt tl
tire. Hernia, all private dioaee and Nervous De
bility, cauxing o(jp br ruid, memory, stgnt and
roi)suaiiMuM. in leva time thau any othm; phys
clan lu the city.
CCitE, NO PAY !
rre throat, pains In the bonei all kidney and
niauii;r diaease uurud tor Hie. A long exuerleuce
I with grea t success is tbe world's Irrelulablu url
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