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TINKER GREGORY,
i, iUl i - PB0PBIBT0E3 Ot
PHOENIX IRONWORKS
i manufacturers of
ferKAJt engines,' '
- , . . BHArrlTO,' DANGERS. '
PULarfiS, MILL QEAH1NO.
ui General Bbcftlne cawtfn-
1 ' sUnuisctnrers of
Plows and other I arming
Implements.
W. koep instantly elf"11" Ufferent
dies oi
Bound Iron !
FROM 1 TO S INCHES D1AXETER.
GAS PIPE!
OF ALUSI2B3 UP TO THSEB INCHES DI--,
, AUSTKB.
Brass and Ilalleable Steam
i. . Fittings,
lor same, of ail varieties. We also hire torn
plete set of GAS PlfB TOOLS, so that
enabled to do all kinds of Bteam Fittings t the
Lowest Kates. . .
We also have s complete stock of PLOWS, both
8teelaM Cast Mold bosids. Point; and other re
pairs lor all the leading plow used In this section
constantly on hand.
All parties wanting Casting or work done to or
der will please call at our Works near Centre &
Crossing, Ashtabula, Ohio. - '
r we hare for sale Cheap, one Eight Horse
Power-flTEAM ENGINE, which we now have in
m. Will give sossoselon of the same at ones.
57tf ' " TINKER ORBOOBT.
SOMETHING NEW!
Startling but True !
A Mloe Present for Christmas for Everybody
of the troublo and worry of hooting for something
suitable" and at a moderate price, can be found
among the . -
Holiday Stock of New Goods
Just received.
EASY CHAIRS,..
. ' . ."
' 'fUVP TIT ATI'S
, r FOOT. RESTS, i-
. OTTOMANS,. .
. ? r ? .. ." HAT RACKS,
1 4nd other pools In cndloea variety, at
i
Prices that Defy Competition.
Remember that these goods are specialty for
the Holidays, and it yon wish to secure bargains
, . "COMB EARLY AND OFTEN,' - -No
eharve for showine foods' and no one Insist
ed upon to boy. If you wish to profit by the of-
ier,cauat . - -
on Main Street, Ashtabula, and be convinced that
'Sseiag Is believing.' . - 18M
JI MANSFIELD & COMPANY
ANNOUNCE the; fact this early,
that although our stock of MEN, BOYS
CLOTHING,
are both Immensely Large and Vei y Fine, yet ct
every dollar's worth will be sold In Its sea
son regardless of cost or value, and the
sxiAua:
has already beenn. We sever shall earrr one dol
lara worth of goods from one season to another J
Many goods are now selling for
LESS THAN ONE-HALF
. - their value. Out -- 'r
" ,'.. ... ' .
Overcoat Department
coaptlftGB mor tb&n Odo nnadrcd Varieties, all
sues tutu qtutuues.
Qeaffs Iirafernr!g' Goods!
are a tasaJtam In oat stock an xnnst be red "
- t Elegant ikBftortaMtit of , , t
DRESSING CrONS,--" ' " '
SCARFS, TIES,
' ' y GLOVES & MITTENS
?' Also ' ndlees variety of
UNDERGARMENTS!)
- i
Qood Dollar Wrappers and Drawers and selling
' for 25 cui to be found only at
UM
i. MANSFIELD A CO.S,
Ko.s 81 snd 54 Public Square, Cleveland. O.
Carriages, ; .
" VV "Er SLVe. ifro largest stock of
One wrf Tn w.ovuia. One and Two Seat Basket
and 8uks Post PnsHonsv Trotttug tMnrgies,
keya. Family Carriages, Ac, in the.west. All of
oar own aiafce la cvry siyie. ceuu ivr imwim
tton, prioee, Ac. WecaEnotbe uhdursold for nrt
class work. NEW YOJtK C'OACU MANUFAC
TURISG CO., Cleveland, Ohio. Repository So.
n. we use the Brewster -crone
spring" on side spar. 8ml818
Beckwith, Sterling & ., Co's
MAMMOTH
AND
Establishment, V ,
(The largest in the world on the ground 0oort.
No. 6 Euclid: Avenue,
HAS OPENED with en entire NEW STOCK o
Carpets & Curtains,
Comprising ALL THE NOVELTIES In colorings
nd designs, arooug which are some very choice
phlterus of our own direet Importation, which are
not to be obtained elsewhere.-
All are Invited to visit this establishment.
Prfcss as low ss New York or Boston, and low
pi tlsjyi any other bouse in Cleveland. ,
j!JECKWITn, STERLING & CO.
fc'O. EUCLID AVENUE.
.mtLLa Cornea. Pnblle Snar.
twThB Trad supplied as usual t manutae
tver's pjlces, emiaitf
REMOVAL !
THE undersigned take pleasure in
nnnnnelmr to his friends and customers and
P'.it i Main street, where, with imoroved nv
cllittes for handling goods and a largely increased
.uu- is bow prepared to offer Goods for CASH.
as low as they can be purchased anywhere be
tween Buffalo aud Cleveland.
The Drue department is fitted up with a view of
makuur it convenient, and as nexfeet as noeslble.
First Class Drug Store !
la connection with this department will be kept
a full etocs: oi
Foreign & Domestic
WINES AND LIQUOKS,;
OF TEB PUREST QUALITY FOS MEDICINAL
PDBPOSKS.
PAINTS, .
OILS,
VARISnES,
DYE-STUFFS,
WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, &o.
Another and extensive branch of my business will
oeoevoiea to .
Choice Family Groceries!
PROVISIONS & PRODUCE !
This department will be arranged and perfected
as soon as possible.
As I expect to make a change In my business In
jaay next, 1 win oner my prctuuit woes, w -
Dry .Goods & Ilardware,
without regard to eoet and
At Less than Auction Prices,
tor the next three months."
A large lot of SADDLERY HARDWARE, also
for sale on the same advantageous terms,
v ....
i & JV u 1 1. n ,1,- Ak nl
January, 4875, and are doe now. All person s hav
ing unsettled accounu win please auena to mom
tt taeir earueu convenience,
Very Kespoetfully, Ac,
GEO. WILLARD.
ISO
Corner Drug Store !
! . UOCn. CKKlin., VUIV.
OB. LATIMER, having euo-
ceeded to the business of BrettclT A Lati
mer, has stocked so the establishment and unt
il in the best running order. Ilia stock of- .
T3RXJC3-S -
is opto the demand of the locality, and not sur
passed in the place. - Prescriptions s specialty, and
put up with promptness and cace.
! GROCERIES,
are choice, and Uis trails sull Iriilly active to keep
ttie stock fresh and the range of prices even with
the market tow though that may be. In
! . HARD WARE
our shelves are supplied with every variety of finer
and better kinds of good in all their variety, and
the heavier articles are in stock such as to
meet the demands of the country trade. Besides
these classes of goodr our customers win find a
good stock of
I . , iSUUXa CS Bi.iU.Li3,
cjf the best manu&cture.
; Paints & Oils,
and a constant supply of
SASH, DOORS, Ac.,
all of which are sold at a narrow margin of profit,
and with due regard to good faith and fairness in
deal. -
j . ,0. B. LATIMER.
' Brick Corner Store.
Morgan, Oct, 14, 1974. 1S92
HARNESS, &c.
FATJIi O. 101103,
Has on band a good assortment ot
Harness of various kinds. Heavy and Light, Sin
gle and Double, of the best workmanship and ma
terial. . Be is prepared to fill ail orders for work
of any description in his line.
! - HTYrT.TJ . .
RIDING BRIDLES,
; ' WHIPS,
HALTERS,
BLANKETS. Ac.
T?3FLT7TT:E..S !
, Jle has Just laid in a large supplyof large and
medium sized Traveling Trunks. They are of va
rious qualities and values, and afforded at favor
able prices. The cssortment is altogether the
l&Vgeet of any in the region. The traveling public
kre invited to look over this stock, as they tcan
hardly rail to unci something totneirmina.
, . P. C. FORD.
Ashtabula, Sept. n. I8TO.
losotr.
QUICK LIME!
THE Kiln of Wm. Humphrey, near
the L. S. Station, having been taken by the
subscriber, and the fires started for the season, the
public will be accommodated in quantities to suit
their wants, on application at the Kiln, or at the
NIGHT AND DAY STORK
nearly opposite. Prices will range as low as at
any other establishment in town or elsewhere.
i,--.. w. a. nutrnKe.x.
Ashtabula. April 90th. 1S74- limit
The : Greatest Novelty
-IN-
Cottage Organs.
New and Elegant Styles of Cases, Beautiful Solo
i. mops, wun
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
the art of Organ Building are' to bo found In
.. .: me
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGAN.
iWA Beautiful CATALOGUE sent free on ap
plication to
F.C. FASSETT,-
Ashtabula, Ohio.
hlUMPHREY& BALDWIN'S
cw Grocery 'V Store !
j . - at thei-
; LIME KILN,
f j . . . car the ' , '. j
L. 8. A M. 8. DEPOT.
M-o i '.i
. . , 1 the place to buy
. CHE AP GROCERIES ' j .'
- IV,. : , .. - V ' . .
f3yComo and See. isjg
Ob
ce'mbre attend I !
HATS A CAPS. " '
1
. "SHIRTS iSOCKS.-.
.- , . , SQABFS TIKS
OLOVEH A MITTBNH, 1 - .
j ' WKArruns a diiaweks. ' '' '
:i I .COLLARS & UANDKEBCaiBFS
UMBRELLAS A VALISES,
I v , , ' ' .",'
i FUENISIIINQ OOODS GENERALLY
j :mw i ' -a' i- - ' '
I All yery cheap, at :.,
ABO. Wi WAITE'S,
Storoedjolnlog Poet Odloo, Ashtabula, 0. 1
FACTO
Worth Ilcmeiiiberiiig.!
That
LIGHT EXPENSES MEAN SB MALL PROFITS
while Largo Expenses necessitate Large profits.
.Having no rent to pay and very light ex
penses, enable me to sell at the very
LOWEST POSSIBLE MARGIN!
of Profit. While I do not claim to have bought
out a New York Jobbing Stock, nor any pecu
liar advantages by the purchase of job lots
and lag ends, I claim that money will buy
Good CSrOOcia
as cheap as the next man.
TlLANKFUL for the patronage so
liberally given me in years that are past, I have
endeavored in all honorable ways to advance the
material interests of Ashtabula, snd to increase
ts growth and prosperity, and soj reciprocate as
far as poeeiblc;thc favors I ha o ro cived.
I do not propose to offer premiums to draw
trade, but to rely upon the good sense of aidlscrim
natlng and generous public, snd upon stralght
orward, fair and liberal dealing.
I Intend always to keep a fnll.assortment of
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
NOTIONS,
CARPETS,
... OILCLOTHS,
- MATTINGS,
BOOTS & SHOES,, j
CROCKERY &
GLASSWARE.
-AlSO
STAPLE GROCERIES
bought with CABh, avatlinff myself of the largest
;esw.1- ' 1 At.. t.u a rpnt? sTiTTk
STAOT, where I have sold goods for ThirtyYear
J 1 1 iln o vi4 . sr-AAVt aWstn TiOaVl
. . j i : tWA A nKfahnla
H.L.MOERI80N.
1807
Jan. 96th, 1675.
HARDWARE!
CROSBY & WETHERWAX,
dealers In
Stoves, Shelf Hardware,
and
PAINTS, OILS AND BRUSHES.
Tinware.
y Job work done to order.
lylS54
: it.
LAVJSOiTS CURATIVE
the only remedy ever discovered that will -XosBi
lxrly Owe
i -BECBALGU, SCIATICA,
AN1: :
DHEUIIATISn,
Oammon forma of the disease have seldom re
quired the use of more than one bottle.
OSS BOTTTTR rtsonlly less CCJiES
i BYSPKIIA, KlJKTTllISx",
I EBlfSlPKLAfk
One or two apolira lions eitrea CITI1
BUm. CHAFED FEET, TIC DO
' I MIBElllX, rTEKTOVs) TOfrTH '
1 ACHK, KICK KTBAJDACKXB.
Orse bottle t a, sue Core for
KKKVOP8 HEADACHE, tABIE HACK
BUTHKBH, or BOBJ3 TUBOAT.
. rioo, One XJolXtw.
. " I( you nre afQictod, send to your druggist
fe'tJrticle; he will get it for you, or send
ONE DOLT, A R BY MTT to us audit will ba
seat prepaid. - T
LAWSOM CHEMICAL CO.'
t CXJJVRLAJTD, OHia
0LB 111 Cmr AND COUNTRY BY ALL 0RUG8I5TI.
At .rhoiesale, 1iy all 'V71ioIe8als Druggists" In
toIdi! ClnoOnaU, - Chicago, UsUoit and
SSft BUPESI0H STREET,
1J90 , CLEVELAND. OHIO
LOOK!. A.OA.HST I
MENS' OVERCOATS, : : .'
, T0UTH, BOY CHILDRESS' OVERCOATS
j. .1
. j ' ' '" In great variety, at ' ' -
I 1 ' GEO. W. WAITE'S :
'Ashtabula Lime Company
' W1U keep constantly on band a supply of too
best i
hLh KKM',Y ISLAMD WHITE LIMB,
which they will always soli at the lowest market
price.
, -Llmo shipped by raU on short notice. .
- ASHTABULA LIMB rv.
' Ashtahlll. Tin ALI.
! UVf, VUIO.
January 7th, 187B. 1w)(t
! Note Books.
JtrE' have- now on hand a largo
T enpply of Noto Books, nicely printed, wo
bound and for sale cheap.
Jamis Kbbd , Boh.
Hlntn H..l .. t.. - . .....
s2, hn.hf: "ld w"nied. Having boon in the
t'ofth
Xttip. IN . ,08 Ctoi,?,!, SSSMaS-O.
I . ..
A Backwoodsman Story.
A correspondent of the Ohio State
Jovmal tells an astonishing story, as
related to him fifty years ago by an
old Majno hunter, who used to go to
on long trapping expeditions far up
the Kennebec river: . .
"One night," said he, "after I had
retired to rest in my - bed, composed
of blankets and furs of animals, and
surrounded by trees and thick brush,
1 happened to look overhead at the
branches of the trees which formed a
BOrt of roof to my rough sleeping
place.' I discovered a large panther
secreted among the thick branches
and eyeing me very, narrowly, as. if
to say, , "As 60on as it gets dark
enough I will make shoit work of
you." - Then, thinks I this is not so
food a place as I thought it was. So
carefully slipped from under my
covering and went into the woods a
short distance and cut a dozen stakes
and made them sharp at both ends,
and returning to my bed drove them
down in the ground, with one sharp
end pointing upward, and covered
them with the blankcts,then careful
ly slipped away to await result. Sit
ting down by a tree I soon fell asleep
and did not wake till morning. - I
then got up and went back where I
left things the night before, and
found the panther with several stakes
driven through his body, and quite
dead. He had made the unlucky leap
npon what he supposed was me, but
found out his mistake too late."
Title Hunting Americans. A
correspondent of one of the Western
papers, writing from Europc,and de
sirous, probably, of making a telling
narrative, rehashes the old story of
the "title hunting" of American girls
abroad. The writer is living in bax
ony, at Dresden, and the case he
mentions may be authentic, but they
sound very much as if they were in
tended "for Cowes and a market." In
other words, as if they were apocrv-
phal. Doubtless young Saxon offi
cers have many a flirtation with the
young ladies of the American colony
in Dresden, as other exquisites may
in London, or Paris,or elsewhere; for
when a gallant lieutenant, or Cap
tain or Colonel, meets ono of our fair
countrvwomen, whoso freedom and
ease of manner are new to him, there
is about her a wonderful fascination.
A German, however, "whether Saxon
or other, is kept, in the matter of
marriage, very much under Govern
ment surveilance. Before the wed
ding-day he must deposit with the
War Office about four thousand dol
lars, the interest of which goes to ed
ucate the " children, and in case of
death, the principal reverts to the
Widow' . Even if he bo a Von some
thing or other, he often finds the con
dition onerous. As a general thing,
German officers, especially those be-
lonenngto the minor principalities,
are good material to flirt with, but
not for marriage.
The Spibitualists. It is not gen
erally known that Mrs Woodhull as
pires to be a leader of the spiritual
ists. She .is making elaborate ex
planations each week, m ner journal,
of phenomena hitherto inexplicable
as the riddle of the Sphinx, and we
presume that her utterances are re
garded as those of an oracle by a
large number of persons, at least she
i . i.t fit i
Claims mat sucn is tne case, one nas
a splendid opinion of herself, says
the Washington Chronicle, and it
would not surprise the world very
much if she took it into her precious
head to help rule the roost, she will
do so as surely as she did in the Wo
man s Kight busmess. Kespectable
people may kick against her resump
tion of authority as they did in that
instance, but she will carry her point
unless she is squelched at the word
go. The only way to stop her career
will be to have the spirit world re
fuse to inspire her further, so that
she cannot go on in her apostolic la
bors. , Not very long since the wife of
the Professor, Mrs. Agassiz, rose one
morning and proceeded, according
to custom, to put on her stockings
and shoes. At a certain stage of
this process a little scream attracted
Mr. Agassiz's attention, and not
having yet risen he leaned anxiously
upon his elbow, inquiring what was
tne matter. "Why Professor, a
little snake has just crawled out of
my boot," said she. "Only one, my
dear?" returned the Professor, calm
ly lying down again; "there should
have been three."" He had put
them there to keep warm. Pleasant
man to have in the house, particular
ly in one's sleeping room.
N. Y. Letter.
: At the funeral of the late Colonel
James Page, of Philadelphia, Rev.
Wilber F. Paddock, D. D., incident
ally referred to a letter written by
the venerable mother of the deceased
to her s m when a law student,
which seems to have made a special
impression on his mind. The letter
was found among the cherished
treasures of the deceased, bearing
the following endorsement in his
own hand, the writing almost effac
ed by time: "Be faithful to your
God, be loyal to your country, be
honest in all your dealings, be af
fectionate to your family, be true to
your friends, and you will stand like
a rock against tne ocean." How
faithfully he adhered" to the advice
inoculated, : all Philadelphia can
testify. Press.
While stopping over night at a
faim house in Missouri, a traveler
was astonished to sec his hostess
walk up to her husband about every
fifteen minutes and box his ears or
giye his hair a pull. -In the morning
the guest, seeing the woman alone,
asjied an explanation of her strange
conduct, and the reply was: "You
see, stranger, me and the old man has
been fightin' for ten years to Bee who
shall boss this ranch, ftnd I have just
got him cowed, but if I should let .up
oq him for a day he would turn, on
mfc ftgain, and my work would all go
fot nothin'.
How to Prevent horses Fal
ling. Mr. Bcrgh, the President of
thp Society for . the : Prevention of
Cruelty to ; Animals, , writes to a
morning - cotemporary in advocacy
of. what are known as "screw corks,
which arc intended to koop horees
from slipping in. frosty weather, and
which may be applied at a moment's
notice. Ho says that a stable using
his arrangoraont, may effectually
rough-shoe its horses in a' few min
utes without removing the shoes. ;
A California paper, having ob
tained a new subscriber, rocords the
startling fact in a half column arti
c lo, headed "Still another! " Our
course is indorsed by the people." ,
Tho Plymouth Church business
has become nauseating. Wo have
deliberately come to tho conclusion
that Henry Ward Be'echcr, with all
his brains, is a first class fraud, and
that it will uHimntoly bo demonstra
ted that ho is a disgrace to Christianity.
Owing to the coldness of the sea
son restaurants are furnishing spring
chickens that were left over from
last year.
The Brooklyn 'Argti&x A man
may occaisonally kiss the wrong wo
man by mistake, but when he makes
a practice ot it, tne ngui woman
finds it out, and that's what bothers
him. -
"Mv dear" said a husband, in
startled tones,' after waking his wife
in the middle of the night, "I have
swallowed a dose of strychnine!"
'Well, then for goodness sake lie
still or it may come np.
List of Patents issued from the U. S. Pat
mit t fflr tn Ohio inventor tor the week ending
Jnne 5th, 1ST5, and each bearing that date. Far-
nisnca mis paper oy unx a uox, douciwi. m -ents,
Washington, D. C. -
. PUuiug wncliiues C. Bcall, Hamilton.
Impalpable Soap J. Bryan, Canton.
Device for Healing. Wagon Tires, S.
Hopkins, Conneaut.
Game and other Bourds C. Morgan,
Cleveland. , .
Advertising Devices C. Reed, Cliag'rin
Falls. '
Butter Coloring Compounds J. Ro
ricfc, Wanscoa.
Stone Extracting Tools N. ClieaJld,
Delta.
Music Lear Turners G. Cohen and G.
Dietz, Cleveland.
Brakes for Hay Wagons W. Harper,
Senacaville.
Governors for Steam Engines A. Kun
dall, Cleveland.
Fire Places J. Merrill, Cincinnati
Fence Posts E. Powell, Delaware.
Til tin K Chairs J. Waters, Cincinnati.
Helical Cone Suction Fans J. White,
Cleveland.
Bed Bottoms W. Wood, Canton.
Fly Trap C. Arandall and W. ltnn
yan, Marathon.
Scaffolds W. Burge, South Tol. do.
Cylinder Cams M. J. Ciuuey. ToIimIh.
Clothes Pounders N. Cnslle, Geneva.
Vehicle Seats W. Cloud aud N. Craig,
Fremont '
Vulcanizing Apparatus for Dentists
ILEtlson, Toledo. .
Thill Couplings-C. Gardner, Spring
field. Permutation Locks E. Grali, Toledo.
Mail Bag Fasteners ft. Lee, Cincinna
ti. Pivot Chairs J. Lcmman, Cincinnati.
Extension Table Slides G. Lym.m,
Davton.
Rinfflncr Bores A. Mvres. Daytou.
i Feed Gage for Cylinder Printing Press
. H. Burth, Uiuciunau.
Clump C. Fuchs, Sandusky.
Apparatus' for Making Lump Black
P. Nifi. Gambier.
: Sasli Board for Carriages-J. Curtis.Cin
Cinnali. I Straw Cutter T. Hancock. Marietta.
' Buckle W. Himcbaugb & J. Smith,
Franklin Township.
; Lantern C. & A. Baron, Bellaire.
Hand Car J. Gabcrt, Athens.
Stove Leg Fastening A. Bod way, Cin
cinnati. .
Shoe Stretcher C. & P. Miller, Mari
ctta. Smoke Consuming Furnace J. Baura,
Cincinnati.
Saw Handle A. Martin, Hamilton.
' Apparatus for Steaming Gram M. A.
Steele, Cleveland.
Spring Bed Bottom- A. Brown, Texas .
iHames J. Eberhard, Akron.
Whip Socket J. MarkeL Nankin,
j Crank Wheels L. Miller, Akron.
Measuring devices for Knitting Ma
chme J. Reisinser. Ashlaud.
Vehicle Seat Lock D. Argorbright,
Troy.
Magazine Steve W. Baldwin, Cleve
land. Railroad Signal F. Bolton and M. Ad
ams, Cleveland.
Stove Pipe Shelves M. Ben -1, Day
ton.
Sawing Machine G. Bugbee incin-
nati.
Temporary Binder E. Buell olum
bus. Car Coupling L. D. Evans, No rark.
Nut Lock H. Hcaton Lillio Chapel
Printer's Lead and Rule Cutter J.F.
Stanton, Cleveland.
Comb Drier and Bake Oyen J. Zim-
merman, Mansfield. ' : -
18B4.
1870
; HARDWARE.
' (Established in 1854.)
G.C. HUBBARD & CO
offer the largcBt and moBt completeTstock of
HAEDWAKE, STOVES,
House Furnishing Goods, etc
to be found in Ashtabula County. In addition
- to s full line of
SHELF AND HEAVY GOODS
we keep constantly on hand a full stock of
LEATHER & RUBBER BELT
ING, GAS FIFE, BRASS GOODS.
( . - . . ,
: j end .
FITTINGS FOR STEAM, WATER
I AND GAS.
. ! " Also a fun line of
i -
jHILL,-DRAQ, CROSSCUT. CIRCULAR
: S.A.'WiSo
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATE-
! TIT A T
. XVI ft 11,
and llftr dlnercnt styles of - '
STOV-ES,
of the Latest Improved Pattern
ASHTABULA, OfllO.
9c
Cherry Pectoral,
' For Diiease of the Throat and Tjjngs,
'- auoh as Coughs, Colds, Whooping.
and Consumption.
Among the great
discoveries of modern
science, few are of
more roal value to
manauna usn uuser-
diseases of tho Throat
'and Lungs. . A vast
trial of its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, has
shown that it does
surely and cffootusJlv
control them. The testimony of cur ibest citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
Chkrht Pectobai. will and. docs relieve and
euro the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. .The most
dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its powerj and eases of Consumption,
cured by ths preparation, are publicly known,
so remarkable as hardly to be believed, were
they not proven beyond dispute. As a remody,
it h adequoto, on which the publio may roly
for full protection. By curing Coughs, tho
forerunners of more serious disease, it saves un
numbered lives, and an amount of suffering not
to be computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical. Every family should
keep it on hand as a protection against the early
and unperoeived attack of Pulmonary AiTeo
tions", which are easily mot at first, but which
beeome incurable, and too often fatal, if neg
lected. Tender lungs need this dafeaosi and It
Is nnwlse to be without it As a safeguard to
children, amid the distressing diseases which
beset the Throat and Chest of ohllahood,CnRT
Pectobal is invaluable) for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued from premature graves,
and saved to the love and affection centred on
thorn. It acts speedily and surely against ordi
nary colds, securing sound and health-restoring
sleep. No one wilt suffer troublesome Infln.
errza and painful Bronchitis, when tuoy know
how easily they can be curod.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful ohemioal Investigation, no cost or toil
is spared In making every bottle In the utmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently rolled
upon as possessing all the virtues it bus ever
exhibited, and capable of produouig ourM as
memorable as the greatest it has ever effected.
rnasxaiD bt
Dr. J. C. AYER . CO., Lowell, Man.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
. SOU) UX VJt sauoouTt kvuxwusbs.
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LEGAL.
Election Notice.
"VfOTICE is hereby given that the
i As nasi Meeting of the Ashtabula Rolling
Mill Co., for the election of Ave (5) Diroctors to
serve sriiil the next annual meeting, and until
their successors are elected and qualified ; and for
the transaction of such other hn.iim.s a. may
come before the meeting. Said meeting will bo
held at the Office of tne company in w mam s
Rtiwk in thA vili.o tit Ashtaoula, on Moudav.
July 6th, 1875, at W o'clock, in the forenoon.
oy order of the Directors. -TO 0 ,
A. DIEN8T. Sec'y.
Ashtabula. May Mth, 1975.
Kiln-dr ied, All Pine Doors
$1.75 to $2.25
ThE Subscriber, being convinced of
the necessity of a low priced door, has made ar
rangements to furnish them at the above
Astonishing Low Prices,
And all other goods in his line in the same ratio.
Small Profits & Lare Sale
Is my motto m the future. A large stock of Sash,
Blinds, and Doors constantly on hand. Uvcr
One Hundred different varieties
of Mouldlncs. Scroll Sawine done on short
notice, aud WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFAC-
' A Large Stock of
Michigan Pine on hand.
AIbo a large stock of Siding, Celling and
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Call and see before yonhny, as I amdctermlnd
to make it an obioct for the people to buy of me.
Office and Mill opposite Church Paik. Mnin t
Ashtabula. U. 67 t. V. euiXKi,
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Address 6. Stinson & Co., Port-
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now In Btock. I haye the
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LOWEST EXPENSES
of any
CARPET nOTJSE
In the city, and
WillJTot he Undersold,
Ithiel Stone,
SIS SUTERIORiST.,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
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TALCOTTS DEPOSIT BANE
j . ' HENRY TALCOTT, Bakzxb,
A. B. HOUGHTON. CxsmiB,
Responsibility $50,000 00,
OFFICE :IN- TALC0TT8 BRICK BLOCK,
" JEFFERSON, O. '
COMMENCED BUSINESS MA Y 1, 1874.
7 per cent Interest paid on time deposits lor 1 year
or more.
8 per cent. Interest paid on time deposits from six
months to one year.
5 per cent. Interest paid on time deposits from ono
month to six months.
t percent, interest paid on call deposits that ro-
msia iu Dana six iuvuuib w iuui.
4 per cent, interest paid on call deposits for thir
ty days to six mouths. .
5 per cont, annual Interest paid on dally balances
of aU running accounts and Credited ap once a
fear, December 31st.
No Interest Axiowbd tob Lxss Tiks teak 80
iMTS.
No special contract required to secure the above
rates or interest. Provided vour money remains
in the bank, you will be paid in accordance with
this advertisement on demand.
Why hazard your life or Uie lives of yoni friends
by keeping idle money in your poswession 1 -
Would It not be bettor to place it In the Bank
ror safe keeping, and aiso nave it earning you
something T
I'hia Ainklnir House will bo oncn cvunincs an
til 8 o'clock to accomodate all who wish to attend
to such business after the rcgnlar duties of the
day. And I hope by close attcutlon to niy own
business, and lalthJUI and liberal ueaiing witn ru.
to socure your favorablo consideration and justly
merit your patronage.
1304 HENRY TALCOTT. Banker.
' ILLIAMSON & WATROUS
rff pectfnlly ai aounco to tho citizens of Ashtabula
and snrrouuding country that they are prepared at
all times to make to oruur .
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS,
and keep constautly on hand a good assortment
orgooas in tueir line, an maue oi tne
Be)t material,
and' out toirether in the BEST STYLE of workman
ship. Those wishing anything In our lino will do
wed to give ns a call. Wo think that wo can eat-
srylu style and price. UopliiK-ny strict atten
tion to buslnessand fair honest dealing with all,
to merit a share of your patronage, we remain
rospociuillry yours,
, W. H. WujjaksOM, W. K. WATnmm.
CARPETS.
NEW STYLUS 1W '
CARPETS, CURTAINS,
.Viicl Oil OlOtllJB.
At tho Now Carpot House,
cC 244 Superior Street,
CLEVELAND, CIHO.
Our expenses being lees, we can sell lowertha n
any other Houso lo Uie city.
HEVETT &- NICHOUO,
EXTRA I
ASHTABULA STORE !
STILL dllEJlD ! !
What Jcxli How to save Time
and Money! !
A SHIRT PARTLY MADE FOR
WILL COST YOU!
B-4-TJ Buy a Shirt or tho material
; and
KEEP'S
" PAaTLY-MADE
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For mon and boys; all sizes. Great variety of the m ost elegant styles
Only one quality the very best. Nothing but Wamsutta Muslin, and
best heavy 2100 Irish Linen being used.
Well made on perfect fitting patterns. They can be finished by any one
competent to sew a straight seam, as it is only necesary to put in the sleeves,
sew on the cuffs, (they are furnished ready-made,) and sew np the side
seams. No possibility of failure; all the work requiring the skill of a shirt
maker being done. Ladies know how extremely difficult it is to make a
Dress Shirt that is satisfactory, even the most skillful seldom succeeding in
making them lit well about the neck," and gentlemen all know that an ill fit
ting shirt is very uncomfortable.
Keep's Partly-Made Dress Shirts fit pefecttly. May pe tried on in any
store in presence of ladies, without impropriety, as it is only necessary to
remove coat vest and collar, put on the shirt and pin np the sides, when the
fit can be seen as as well as if completed. We assure the most inexperi
enced ladies that they can make their husbands elegant Dress Shirta that
will be perfectly satisfactory. For $70-or $1.25 each you can get six
of the very best shirts, saying not less than 100 per cent, and in many in
stances more. It is a positive fact that the material from which these shirts
are made cannot be purchased for less money in New York City than the
rico we sell the half finished articles for.
Cost of material to make a Dress Shirt:
8 yards Wamsutta Mnslin at 15 cts., 45
1 pair Linen Cuffs 25 to 35 cents, say
Keep's Patent Dress Shirts only
and every one wai ranted perfect in
, We invito the people, and especially the ladies, to eqamine these shirts;
thoy will be surprised to see how simple it is to make an elegant Dress
Shirt with tho aid of Keops Patent
. NEW GOODS AEEIVING I
Our Establishment, after having been closed for extensive repairs, is again
open. "
Wo tako pleasure in stating that when completed it will be" the Largest,
most Complete and Lightest Business Room, without
exception, in tho County.
Our Customers Advertise us!
Wo have not coupled any of the unnecessary improvements with our
change, that customers usually have to pay for.
LOOK OUT TOR FUTURE PRICE LIST !
Mr. L. W. Smthi is now in now in New York, the second time this season,
with his resident buyers, securing bargains for this and our other store
ono of tho largest in Illinois that will surprise you, in
SEASONABLE DRESS GOODS,
STAPLE GOODS, ;
CLOTHS, WIIITE GOODS,
I NOTIONS, NOVELTIES,
; ' 1
TRIMMED & UNTRI3DIED HATS,
RIBBONS. FLOWERS, &c, &c
In fact, tho most varied stock to select from in this section.
We Buy and
' Mr. Smith will be absent about three wooks, as it wilt tako about that
cngth of timo to purchaso tho cxtensivo stock required for our trade.
iVc Disappointed Customers
. SOMETHING NOVEL! Wo have' managed to secure tho exclusive
control of an .
Improved Shoulder Brace Corset & Adjustable Sfcirt Supporter
for Ashtabula County. This Corset
ladies aro invited to can ami t.-iuuiiiiu mu saiuu.
i .
Call B4-U Buy!!
This Season wo will introduce the best and most popular
low priced KID GLOVES retailed in New Yorlc
All the desirablo shades, every Glove
j price of $1.04 per pair; ; 3 buttons, ?I.a'.'. ,
One of tho lurcest N. Y. retail houses
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above lilOVO. Having neam many ctwniuainis aDOUl 1110 Clicap glove
that are sold here, wo have decided to sell this, a superior article at a
very small profit - .
L. W. SMITH & SON.
ASHTABULA STORE,
EXTRA I
WHAT THE MATERIAL ALONE
for one, call at tho Ash tj.l nltSto
examine
PATENT
ORESS SHIRTS.
rss
make and fit.
ti.ao
$1J3
Sell for Cash !
possesses so many new merits &
warranted. 2 Buttons at Uie low
controls and makes a specialty of th
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