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PiMlXIRONWORKS oi . - matafaetarera of " .aTirri so. hangers, - - - "POIXEI S, MILL GKARINd 'j - 'i " a4CBnd MaehlM Ctlnt- - - Manufaetnrera of Mowi and other 2 arming Implements. Wa kwp coasUaUv on band U dlSi sixes of ound Iron ! TKOH 1 TO 8 ETCHES DIAMETEE. GAS PIPE! OF AIL SIZE SUP TO THREE INCHES DI AXKTEB. Bran and Malleable Steam Jiiltings, cauBc.ol all varieties. We alao hare a com ate hi of GAS PIPE TOOi.8, o that we are enabled to do all kinds of Steam Fittings at the lowest Rates. . ,, We also hare a complete stock of rUWS, V? Steel sad Cast Moldboalds. Points ndu ,oUie5'" pairs for all the leading plows used in this section constantly on hand. . , , All partiea wantinir Cast me or work done to or der will please e&ll at ear W orks near Centre Su Crosine. Ashtabula. Ohio. W-We have for sale Cheap, one Eight Horse Power STEAM ENGINE, wnich we now have in sa Will eive possession of the same at once. lTtf TINKER GREGORY. SOMETHING NEW! Startling but True ! A KUa Present for Christmas for Everybody trouble and worry of hunting for something o liable" and at a moderate price, can be found aanen the Holiday Stock of New Goods Justjreceived. &ASY CHAIRS, CAMP CHAIRS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, HAT RACKS, and other goods In endless variety, at Fricci that Defy Competition. fenember that these goods are a specialty for aha Holidays, andil you wish to secure bargains "COMB EAP-Y AND OFTEN," Be charge for showing goods' and no one insist ed upon to buy. If you wish to profit by the or Mr.oaUat fOHN OHO'8, a Main Street,AehUbul a.idbe convinced I that seeiag is believing.1 1SM CHOICE FAMLLT Groceries & Provisions at! the Grocery House of A. H. &E.W-SAVAGE, Goods sold as low as ANY OTHER HOUSE IN ASHTABULA. umf 100,000 EIIVELOPES ! We have the largest stock of Envelopes in Ashtabula Co JAMES REED & SON. 18C4. 187Q HARDWARE. . (Established In 18M.) G. C. HUBB ARD & CO. offer the largest .'and most complata'stock of HARDWARE, STOVES, House Purniliing Goods, etc. to he found in Ashtabula County. In addition . . toafullllneof SHELF AND HEAVY GOODS we keep constantly on hand a full stock of LEATHER ' fc RUBBER BELT- LNU, V GAS PIPE, BRASS GOODS. a ' . .' '-tnd : FITTINGS FOR STEAM, WATER AJNJJ UA3, -' - Also a fall line of XII L, DRAG, CROSSCUT, CIRCULAR V SAWS. CARRIAGE & "WAGON MATE RIAL, and fifty different styles of .STOVES, of the Latest Improved Pattern ASHTABULA, OHIO. JVr Out At home. Tonni free ) Vd'.roM.O STin onAOo., Porf- Charles E. Swift, , 1 OCALSa IN I I D rngs AMediclnes, I I Family Groceries I i. ' . . Bosp.Brushei I -I Fancy Toilet Articles I ' ASHTABULA, O. V ; REMOVAL ! THE undersigned take pleasure in announcing to his fnends an-1 customers and the pnblic in general, that he iu removed frym his late quarters, to his store in hi New Brick Block, on Main street, where, with improved fa cilities for handling goods and a kreely increased stock, is now prepared to offer Goods for CASH, as low as they can be purchased anywhere be tween Buffalo and Cleveland. Tbs Drug department is fitted np with a view of making it convenient, and aa perfect as possibie, and it shall be a First Class Drug Store I In connection with this department will be kept a full stock of foreign & Domestic "WINES AND LIQUORS, OF THE PUREST QUALITY FOB MEDICINAL PURPOSES. PAINTS, OILS, VARISHES, DYE-STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, &c. Another andjextenfve branch of my business will be devoted 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 juy next, 1 will oner my presant biock oi Dry Goods & Hardware, without regard to cost and At Less than Auction Prices, for the next three months. A large lot of SADDLERY HARDWARE, also lor sale on tne same advantageous lenns. fy My book accounts cloBed on the 30th, oi January, 1875, and are due now. All persons hav ing unsettled accounts will please attend to then at their earliest convenience. Very Respectfully. Ac, 180B GEO. WILLARD. HARNESS, &g 3P-A.TXXj O. FORD, Has on hand a good assortment ot Harness of various kinds. Heavy and Light, Sin gle and'Double, of the best workmanship and ma terial. He is prepared to nil all orders for work of any description in his line. SADDLES, BIDING BRIDLES, WHIPS, HALTERS, BLANKETS. 4c. He has Inst laid in a laree suddIv of laree and medium sized Traveling Trunks. They are of va rious qualities and values, and afforded at favor able prices. The assortment Is altogether the largest of any in the region. The traveling public are invited to look over this stock, as they can hardly fail to and something totheir mind. a. j. rvHu. Ashtabula. Sept 43. 1873. HlSOtf. HUMPHREY& BALDWIN'S New Grocery Store ! at the HiIME KILN, near the . Z. S. & M. S. DEPOT, is the place to hay CHEAP GROCERIES ! rgfComeand See. 1316 THE Elastic Spring Bed Bottom ! has now pro red itself The Best in Use. For COMFORT, DURABILITY. CHEAPNESS. and for a COOL BED for hot weather, they have no equal. They make NO NOISE, 17 Price Reduced to Orders promptly supplied at my factory on Elm Street. L. X. CEOSBT. Ashtabula, June 5, 1875. 1337 TALCOTT'S DEPOSIT BANK HENRY TALCOTT, Bankxb, . A. B. HOUGHTO., Cabhteb, Responsibility $50,000 oo. OFFICE IN TALCOTT'S BRICK BLOCK, JEFFERSON, O. COMMENCED BUSINESS MA Fl, 1874. 7 per cent interest paid on time deposits fori year or more. 6 percent, interest paid on time deposits from six months to one year. 5 per cent, interest paid Gn time deposits from one month to six months. 5 percent, interest paid on call deposits that re main in Dana six mooins or longer. 4 per cent, interest paid on call deposits for thir ty days to six months. 5 per cent, annual interest paid on daily balances of all running accounts and Credited up once a year, December 81st. NO ISTKBIST ALLOWZD VOR LZSS TlKK THAI? 80 DATS. No SDeclal contract reanired to secure the above rates of interest. Provided your money remains in the bank, yon will be paid in accordance with this advertisement on demand. H hy hazard your life or tbe lives of youz friends by keeping idle money in your possession f Wonld it not be better to place it in the Bank for safe keeping, and also have it earning yon something f This Banking Bouse will he open evenings un til 8 o'clock to accomodate all who wish to attend to snch business after tbe regular duties of the day. Ana l nope ny ClOBe attention to my own business, and faithful and liberal dealing with you. to seenre yonr iavoraoie consideration ana Justly merit your patronage. atsaiTAiiUUiT, Banker. THE ACME Printing Press. Tho BEMT Crllnder Preaa for tbe Country Printer. ' Call at the TtigaphoOs and see the press n operation, or address, JAS. REED, Jr., Agt., W WT 1 ILLIAMSON & WATROUS respectfully ai aounce to the citizens of Ashtabul and surrounding country that they are prepared a all times to make to order . , ALL KINDS OF HARNESS, and keep constantly on hand a good assortmen of goods In tbeir line, all made of the Beat material. and put together in the BEST STYLE of workman ship. Those wishing anything in onr line will do well to give ub a call. U e think that wo can ast- sfyln style ana price, tioping by strict atten tion to businessand fair honest dealing with all, to merit a share of your patronage, we remain reepeetufllly rours, ,. W. ti. W II.LISMSOW, - 1 W,A, TTATSODI. lS4Stf SXT ANTED AGENTS. I want T pood bnslness Ladles and Gentlemen to act as agents to sell Mrs. K. G: Caweboh's Pearl Cream, for the CumDlcxion. For terms, addrpss 8. w. Cameron. nuiniif:irtiiror. Alit.ihnls. ".. orBi-ntnn. Mvi'if C.lliH. -Id. Wliulnasle Jmtqtls. W- ( .p . H. H. HALL, J Boott Jt Shot. I MEDICAL. CENTAUR Liniments. So nearly perfect are tbe recipes of these wonder nl painoothing and healing Centaur Liniments, that we cn confidently say they will alleviate any pains arising from flesh, bone or mnscle derangements. We do pot pretend that they will mend a broken leg. or exterminate bolls, but even in such cases they reduce the inflammation snd stop the pain. Nor can we guarantee the the proper results where the body is poisoned by Kh laker. Temperance is as necessary to a proper ohyslcal, as mental condition. The White Centaur Liniment is par ticnlarly adapted to all cases of Rheumatism, Lumbago. Neuralgia, Erysipelas, Itch, Sprains, Chilblains, cuts. Bruises Stings, Poisons, Scalds Sciatica, Weak Back, Pains in Bide. Wounds. Weeping Sinews, Barns, Frosted Feet, Palsy, Ear-ache, Tooth ache, Headache, Ulcers, Old Sores, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Sore Throat. Croup, Diphtheria, etc. The most of these complaints the Centaur Liniment will cure ; all of them it w ill benefit. It will extract the poison from bites and stings, and will enre barns and scalds withont a scar. The following Is bnt a sample of a thousand similar testimonials : "Antioch, III., Dec. 1. 874. My wife has for a long time, been a terrible sul ferer from Rheumatism. She has tried many phy sicians and manv remedies. The only thine that has given her relief is Centaur Liniment. I am rejoiced to say this has cored her. W. H. RING. Postmaster." It is an indisputable fact that the Centanr Lini ments are performing cares never before effected by any preparation in existence like chronic rheumatism of thirty years' standing straightening fingers and joints which have been standing for six years, taking the soreness from trams, Ac. One dollar, or even fifty cents invested in Cen tanr Liniment, will be in reach when an accident occurs, and will do more good than any amount of money paid for medical attendance. When phy sicians are called they frequently use this Lini ment, and of course they charge several prices for it. ; THE YELLOW CENTAUR LINIMENT is adapted to the tough skin, muscles and flesh o the animal creation. Its effect on severe cases of Spavin. Sweeny, Wind Gall, Big-Head and Poll Evil, are little less than marvelous. Messrs. J. McCIuie & Co., Cor. Elm and Fron Sis., Cincinnati, Ohio., say : In our neighborhood a number of teamsters are using the Centaur Liniment. They pronounce it sunerior to anvthin? thev have ever used. We sell as high as fonr to five dozen bottles per month to owners or norses and mules. We have volumes of testimonials describing .nres of sprains, kicks, galls, poll-evil, big-bead Mid even founders, which are little less than mar vels. No owner of an annimal can afford to be witbont a bottle of Centaur Liniment, which may prove worth twenty lines its coEt. Sold everywhere, bnt prepared only at the Labor atory of J. B. ROSE & CO.. 13tl310 4fi Dcy St.. New York. j BVff ... aH? . . . ..AkfcSStL .... u Lawson's Curative HAS been in use some fifteen years, for the permanent and positive cure of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, and inflammatory diseases. Externally aDDli ed it gives immediate relief from pain. Then one or two bottles taken internally remove every taint of the disease. We have cured Rheumatism of FIFTEEN YEARS' STANDING, where all other remedies have failed. We have seen those worn out with suffering from NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, NERVOUS AND SICK HEADACHE, relieved from pain in a few hours, then perma nently currd. so in after years the disease has never returned. The Curative destroys the poison in the blood that produces the disease. DIPHTHERIA is robbed of its terrors, with a bottle of Curative at hand, as it destroys the virus and prevents the formation of the poisonous patches. It cures DYsrKrsiA, as it prevents acia zermentauon ox the food and promotes digestion; cores that mor bid aDDetito which seeks relief in Bum drinking. The Curative does not coxtats any alcohol OR STIMULANTS. SPONGY OR INFLAMED GClttS are cured by a few applications. Those who have used it haVe told its merits in stronger terms than we have ever used. Price ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. If not for sale by your Druggists, send us One Dollar, and we will send, you a dolus uy express, prepaid. LAWSQK CHE1LTCAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. C R fl ft fl OFFERED FOR ANY CERTIFICATE Q) 0 U J J we publish which is not genuine. The following needs no comment: Clxvxlaitd, O. .Dec. 8, 1874. Dear Sir, My wife has been afflicted with catarrh for thirty years. I have had her nse all remedies that were advertis ed, and spenta great deal of money with physi cians, and'all to no purpose. I never found any thing to do one particle of good nntil she nsed BOWEN'S CATARRH CUBE. Anything that will enre her will cure anybody. I have perfect faith in its merit, and cheerfully recommend it. Very trnly, A. W. BLANN, 462 Euclie Avenue. This preparation will cure Catarrh In twenty days. Hay fever in three days. Cold in the head in ten hours. Sore throat in three days. Pain in the head is relieved the offensive breath Is cor rected, and thesense of smell and taste are restor ed after a fewaplicatlons. Sold by dealers in medicines at f 1. lylS40 . STRONG, COBB, & CO., Sole Agents, 11 & 114 Superior St., Cleveland. O. CrZX.ES' ummn ODB DE O P AM TAOU I A Cures Neuralgia, Face Ache, Rheumatism, Gont r rostea leet. Chilblains, sore Throat, KrysipeJas, Bruises or Wounds of everv kind in man and ani maL AtBarnnm's Hippodrome; Dr. Wood, Yctrina ry Surgeon ; Colonel McDaniels, owner of Harry BasBet: Dr. Ogle, of 830 W. 25th et,, pronounce Giles' Liniment Iodide or Ammonia the only rem edy that can be relied upon to enre lameness in horses. Sold by all druggists. Depot No. 451 Sixth Av enue , New York. Only 60c and $1 per bottle. (40 Kiln-dried, All Pine Doors 0B $1.75 to 2.25 TlIE Subscriber, being convinced of the necessity of a low nriced door, has made ar rangements to furnish them at the above Astonishing Low Prices, And all other goods in hit line In the same ratio, . for cash, and cash only. - Small Profits & Large Sale Is my motto in the future. A large stock of Sash, i Blinds, and Doors constantly on hand. Over ' One Hundred different varieties ' of Mouldings. Scroll Sawing done on short notice, and WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIBFAC , . TION. ; . A Large Stock of Michigan Pine on hand. Alio a large stock of Siding, Ceiling and ALWAYS ON HAND. Call and see before yon buy, as I am determined tomake It an object for the people to buy of me. Office and Mill opposite Church Paik. Main st ahtabula.o. 61 i. O.JUULLKY. HORSES CURED of nil kinds of Ijimtness causid hy CORNS. QUAR TER CRACKH. Contraction of the Hoof. Scratch es, Forging. Interfering and such diseases as may be caused y unskillful horse sliocrs. ; faf Give me s call and Judge for yonrself. V84D PATRICK CONDRY, Ashtabnla.O. Benham's Blacksmith Shop. EMPLOYMENT.- rJrrT...TTi.. nu,l Our Bx bsve just what you need. Onr Hill Mounted Chromos oiiisen KujtuiuK persons writes : "I struck out ysstorday and by working eany four hours, cleared 7. A lady has Just reported her profits for the forenoon 5: ye terdsy up to 8 o'clock she cleared 7.S0. Wo can prove beyond qnestlon that one agent ordered MOO of these cbromos in 11 working days. We have the largest snd finest suMirtments in the Uni ted States : hundreds of choice suhjects from . . . . t . li -.. ...in mnnA i.ii mn awwtM 1 1 HI of the best selling 00 the receipt ef 6.00. Sand is yonr orders or give as a can. oauiuv j w cents, or 1 for f 1,00. . . J LATnAM & CO., . ' 411 Wnj-Jilnii-n t., Boston. Mass. P . .Inx :rt. Onil.'Mt From the Kansas City Journal. A SOLDIER'S STORY. It was in the winter of 1865, short ly before the collapse of the rebel ion, that Gen. Shaler, commanding at De all s Bluff, Ark., sent a de tachment of cavalry up into the Cache River country to interc?pt some contraband eoods tuat were being smuggled through the lines to the enemy. That country was an al most iiilerminahle wilderness of swamps and forests of cypress and gum tree at that time, and was the last place in America that anyone wonld be supposed to choose a home. There were occasional spots, however, of a few hundred acres each, a little higher than the sur rounding country, that by much ex pense had been converted iuto hand some and valuable estites,with large and pretentious residences for the wealthy owners, who, thoncfh iso lated from the busy world,were con tent to forego some of iis pleasures for the peace and quiet seclusion af forded. Once each year, when the cotton was ready for shipment, and tne little river was swollen Dy tne winter rains, a steamer would come up to the plantations and take the season's product and the planter's family to New Orleans, where the cotton would be disposed of and a year's supplies purchased. Then, after a few weeks spent iu the soci ety of the metropolis, they would be carried safely back to the landing at home. Thus the years were spent until the children, who had been un der instructors at home, were far enough advancedto be sent abroad to finish their education. It was at one of these plantations that the squadron was halted and dismounted about daylight, with in structions to surround.the house and allow no one to escape. The Lieu tenant then directed a Sergeant and six men to go through the house and seize any goods that might be con traband of war. Ihe detail was made and the men proceeded to their work Entering the house, the Ser geant made the inmates acquainted with the nature of his erraud, and assured them that all private prop erty should be respected. When the party ascended the stairs lead ing to the second story, one of the men, a young Prussian, who had landed in this country just in time lo enlist, remained below, and passed into the parlor. Perhaps the single occupant of the room, a beautiful girl, mav have attracted him, and perhaps he didn't just like this un ceremonious style or ransacking; a gentleman's house, war or no war. Anyhow, the squad got along with out him. and came down, and con; tinned their search. All the rooms had been visited except one, and in to this went the entire party, young lady and all. 1 here were four large trunks there, all of the same pattern and entirely new. The suspicions of the soldiers were aroused still more when the young lady asked the privilege of opening and displaying the contents of them herself. The request was granted, but each man scanned the articles as they were taken out, expecting the long-looked for bolts of Confederate cloth would be brought to light. They were disj appoiuted, however; there was noth' iner but what was evidently intend ed for the household, and the last trunk had been emptied of its con tents not quite, for the Sergeant noticed that the drawer in the lid had not been opened and called the girl's attention to it. With a slight tremor of her voice, she replied that there was nothing there but private property, and she did not wish to remove it. This attracted the atten tion of the men, who gathered around, when the Sergeant again de manded that the search be made. Still the girl, who was kneeling by the trunk, with her hand resting on the lid, made no movement, but look ed imploringly into the faces of the soldiers, she was a beautirul crea ture, scarcely seventeen, yet with all the grace and bearing of an accom plished lady. Before the Sergeant could repeat the order or execute it himself, the Prussian, with a touch of the hat and a polite bow to the superior officer, said: "If the lady gives you her word of honor that there is nothing there we seek, you should be satisfied." "Word of hon or!" repeated the Sergeant, con temptuously; "honor among rebels, indeed!" There was a free fight in an in stant, for the Prussian dealt him a terrible blow in the face, which staggered him back among his com rades, who took sides about evenly for and against the "Dutchman," leaving it uncertain which would be victorious, when the Lieutenant, hearing the row, rushed in and quell ed it. In the excitement which fol lowed the trunk was forgotten, and the party left the premises and re sumed their march. When the war was over the troops were disbanded at St. Louis, and the Prussian was lost sight of for several years, until the railroad from Memphis to Little Rock was revived, when he turned up a civil engineer, and assisted in locating the route. His name was mentioned frequently in the papers at. the time, bnt when the road was finished he disappeared; I saw nor heard nothing of him until the other day I met a lady and gentleman in the cars, whose faces seemed familiar, and which proved to be my Prussian comrade and his wife, the planter's dauchter. whom he protected in the war. Then followed a long story of how the railroad was located across the plantation, and how they met again a case of love at first sight and were married, and had made a tour of the lakes, and revisited the seminary, at Cincinnati where she was educated; and were on their way to California. "Well," said I, "you haven't told me what was in that trunk." "It was a pitcher full of gold and silver coin," said the happy Dutch man, "but I didn't know it till we were married." However that may be, Its value was of no comparison to his treasure of a wife, BLA CKSM1TJI12TG, A.LL kinds of Blacksraithjng done in workmanlike manner and at reasonable rates Spring Street. 1348 GEORGE SAVAGE CVSTOM BUTCHERING. I WISH to return thanks for past favors and to ssy to those Interested that I am better prepared than ever to batcher Cattie and Hogs. The Slaughter House having been enlarg ed and ntted op more convenient for this business I guarantee to give satisfaction to my patrons, both in price and work, wblch will be done at short notice. rWCash paid for hides and rough tallow. A good supply of Extra Tallow Candles Constantly on hand at prices to suit the hard times. mllMS R. STEPHENS, Ashtabula. O. Principals of Commercial Colleges, Oberlln 'and Elyrla, O. Tuition, Board and all other expensos w lowr than at any other first class Uusines Col lege Send stamp for ni-ernMiry Information. KLIN'K HOWI.AND. itin'.'Stn (llii rlln nml Klyrlu, O. LEGAL. JohnB. Vaa iklo's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the nniimiffnMi k hmn dnlv annotated Exec u tor of th last will and testament of John D. Van Akin, late of Plymouth, Ashtabula County, Ohio deceased. HENKI riI' l. Ashtabula, Nov. 8th, 1875. 8U-H9 To All Wain it !TIy Concern. VTOTICE is hereby given that the 1. v 'undersigned hs been appointed Assignee of Veritas S. Keck ley and is dniy qnslised and acting a such. All p -re having claims airsinf t the said Veritas S. Keckley are herebv rtqnired to present the same to the undersigned for allow ance. RICnARD C. WILCOX. 3tl319 Assignee. Road Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that a Petition will he presented to the Commis sioners of Ashtahola Couuty lOr laying one and establishing a County Road, commencing at the South road (so called) in Rome township, nearly opposite the residence of Reuben Stnrdevanl, and running north on the line between lands owned hy said Reuben Srnrdevnnt and Francis Beckwith. to lands owned hv J. H Decker, thence east aboat fonr r ds to lands owned hy J. R- Reeve, thence north on linn between lands of J. R. Reeve snd J. H. Decker to ljnds owned by Wm. Munger. thence throogh lands owned by Wm. Munger to the Cen ter road in Rome township. 4tl349 " Admlnlatrator'sIVotice. JN OTICE is herebv given that the undersigned has been appointed Administrator of the estate of Darius Smith, late of Ashtabula County, deceased. SHSM W. B. SMITn. Saybrook, Nov. 1, 1375 Administrator. Teacher's Examination. 'I'HE Examinations for the Teach- 1. ers of Common Schools will be held the pres ent quarter, at the following times and nlaces : Andover, Nov. SOth. Examination will begin at 9 o'clock A. M.. anl close at P. M. After October 20th the Examiners will not date back any certificate. By order of Board of Examiners L. H. MEANS, "1339 Clerk of Board. Grand River Institute, AUSTIN BURG, O. J. TUCKERMAN, A. M. Principal, WINTER TERM BEGINS TUESDAY, N0Y VEMBEB SWA. Lady graduates are getting from $420 to (650 per year for teaching. Gentlemen graduates are getting from $600 to $1,000 per year. Expenses need not exceed $45 to $50 per term. prRooms for self-boarding can be iound In the 4U9 SEND FOR A CATALOGUE. LIVE AGENTS WANTED To sell Dr. Chase's Recipes, or Iu formation for Everybody, in every county in the United States and Canadas. Enlarged by the pnblisher to 648 pages. It contains over 2.000 nonsenoid recipes, and is suited to all classes and conditions of society. A wonderful bookand a household necessity. It sells at si?ht. Greatest inducement ever offered to book agents. Sam ple copies sent by mail, postpaid, for $2. Exclu sive territory given. Agents more than double tneir money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam rrint- mg nouse. Ann ArDOr. Jiicnigan. muw R ICIIARD ALLEN, Auctioneer. All who need the services rf an Anctioneet would do well to call on the undersigned, as he nas been m tne business for ten years, and can give good satisfaction. Terms low. ior lntor mstion call at H. C. Tombes'. 130 RICHARD ALLEN QUICKLIME! THE Kiln of Wm. Humphrey, near the L. S. Station, having been taken by the subscriber, and the fires Btarted for the season, the pnblic will be accommodated in quantities to snit their wants, on application at the Kiln, or at the NIGHT AND DAT STORE nearly opposite. Prices will range as low as at any other estaDiisnment in town or elsewhere. N. 8. HUMPHREY. Ashtabula. April 30th 1874- 1269tf HEADQUARTERS FOR Custom Made Boots and Shoes. A SIDE from mv larce and com- plete stock of Boots and Shoes, I make a spectally of Fine'CustomWork for Ladies, Gents and Children's wear. I nse the Best Stock the Market affords, and my prices are as low as can be found for first CALL AND SEE.J 1324 WILLIAM NUTTAL. HARDWARE! CROSBY & WETHER WAX, dealers In Stoves, Shelf Hardware, and PAINTS, OILS AND BRUSHES. Tinware. E&Job work done to order. It 1854 239 SUPERIOR STREET, CLEVELAND. OHIO. 1290 OYSTERS ! CHAS. BURRILL has been ap pointed Agent in Ashtabula for C- S. MALTBY'S celebrated brands of "C.S.M.," "H.&M.&"STAR" Oysters, Wholesale and Retail at CLEVELAND PRICES! Bulk Oysters In their season. 8ml839 CHAS. BURRILL. Groceries & Provisions. LOOK IN and see the Improvement that W. REDHEAD has made In his old store. Having bnllt over and added on to his old store, and replenished his BtocK wiin a large assortment oi New Goods of Every Descrip tion, usually fonnd in a First Class Grocery Store. He invites his old friends and customers, and the pub lic in general, to call and examine bis goods and compare quality and prices beforo purchasing else where. His Goods are new and fresh, and will be sold for Cash aa low aa a Ilka onalitv of goods ean he sold by any bonis In town. He has a full 11 ue of Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, also a fall assortment of Fruits, Nuts and Con feotionery, togeth er with the Choicest Brands of TOBACCO AND CIGARS. CANNED GOODS A SPECIALTY I Cove Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines, Peaches, Toma toes, Green Corn, Lima Beans, &c. A full supply of FRESH GARDEN SAUCE, PLANTS & VEGETABLES. RECEIVED FROM TflR GARDENS EVERT DAY. Also Agent for the celebatod Buffalo Cream Ales & Porter, (from the old Moffatt Brewery) which be keops on l IV. . I 1 1 ,.irh..,.,l and i. -t ... . .1 on draft to suit cntotners, not to oe drank on the premises. Rcttsll deslers will find It to thulr advantage to htiv of him. and am dmysiju. J I'SWf W. ffBDIlKNH NOTIONS. Millinery, Wall Paper, WINuOW GLASS, BABY CARRIAGES, BIRD nii1 rd Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Magazines, Pictures, Picture LEANDEB LYON. 1344 Conneaut. O. Boots & Shoes & RUBBER GOODS. Opening of Fall and Winter Goods, AT HASTING'S NEW SHOE STORE, we have the Largest Line of Boots Shoes, ana Kubber Goods, ever offered in Ashtabula. Bought direct of the manufacturer. Weare selling goods at Lowest Possible Prices. We carry the CANDEE RUBBER BOOTS. Warranted to be the Best Boot made. ood Whole Stock KipIBoota only $3. Measures taken for Ladies Fine Kid IShoes, and oraers promptly nned. PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AXD SKIVES. 3cl216 C. A. HASTINGS. BLACK CASHMERES are to he higher, owing to a ten per cent. dntv. We ask attention to a line of these goods at $1.10 ana l.o. Very Cheap ! New Laces and Trimmings I Just Opened. See them. Hosiery! Hosiery! 85 DOZ. HOSE selling at 10 cents a pair LADIES' PLAIN FANCY BALBKIGAN 8TOCKINUS, Also a line of IRON FRAMES 10 B In all sizes. Gents' Half Hose. MISSES & CHILDREN'S STRIPED HOSE. White Shetland Shawls, at $1.50. $3.50, $3.75. $4.50, and $5 50. NEW LOT OF HAMBURG EDGINGS, WHITE QUILTS, NAPKINS, & TOWELS. 10 pee CHEVIOT SHIRTING, a Job Lot. VEST CHEAP. Zephyr Worsteds & German town Yarns, JAVA CANVASS. HONEYCOMB CANVASS, CARD BOARD, &c We have Inst given a large order for Worsteds. and shall keep a full line of everything pertain ing to to tne traae at tne Lowell Poaslble Price. BELTS. JET CLASPS, CORSETS, FANCY PERFUMERY, PEARL BUTTONS. FANCY BUTTONS, BL'K CROTCHET BUTTONS, and ALarge Stock of Notions generally BLACK ALPACAS & MOHAIRS, AUSTRALIAN T AMISS CRAPES, For ZXotxx'X3.1xLS. G1LKEY PERRY Ashtabula, Aug. 10. 1396 A BIG STOCK of FALL A WHITER. CLOTHING ! and Gents' Funushing Goods. Hats, Caps.&c. I have now In stook the Largest and moat Com plete stock of the above named good) to be fonnd In this section of the State, which are being sold lower than ever before. I can convince all that yon can SAVE MONEY ! by buying your Clothing, Ac, of me. RTfsll and examine whether you wiib to nwj or noaa E. G. PIERCE. SIC SEMPER I'M SICK, SEXD Sick of Hidi Prices ! Sick of Combinations & Monopolies Sick of Misrepresentation & Unfair Dealing. and tlie remedy for all can be found at tit Ist.-They buy their good, directly from FIRST IIANDS, thereby .vinS LoWPprsof tbe n,lJJ1-men, consequently we can and will give 2nd. They enter into no combination with other dealers to compel iieonla to j.ay their prices or do without. F V P 3rd. They Warrant Goods as represented or refund the money: have but one price, and adverti - "vuu ji Also, Remember they Keep Brine the paper alone- - - " o rfv uc uuuYmceo. JNTosr is tlio "rime I DRY GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE- Times are hard and everyone should -ave all they can, and by buyine of u one dollar in every five can be saved. Look at the List of Prices ! 5,000 yards of Prints, good colors ' 2,000 yards Sprague and Garner Prints 4 to 10 yard t Mem mac and Cocheco. Prints, J ' J 0 Yard-wide Percales ". '5C 1,000 yards Canton Flannel remnants " ' 1q 1,000 yards 40 in cotton, cheap at lo'c, ! C 1,000 yards Brown Cotton, ... . 8.c 1,000 childrens' hemmed handkerchiefs ' 1,000 ladies' linen hemmed handkerchief's f , 500 gents' linen hemmed handkerchiefs "'2i 5OO lbs carpet warp, a5 c l:000 yards 40 inch muslin, 4 to 10 yd pieces 'only, '. .' . '."', " J UNDERWEAR ! Men's heavy shirts and drawers Ladies' heavy underwear . ." M c Childrens' underwear... 80 0 Ladies' Underwear. ... ...".."".'." 35 to 80 o Ladies' fine underwear 60 0 Ladies' superfine underwear," 'worth " 1 25 ' ' '! L c ' 87o Parties wishing any of the above eooclt will A .0n . Ladies and Misses' Felt and Balmoral Skirts. at all prices from 70c (same as others charge $1 for) to $2.25 W mr bpI hng a skirt at $1.25 that we would call special attention to. Cheap a! $n5. CLOAKC In this line of goods we keep the celebrated make of Edson and Churchill whose goods are admitted to be the best style and best made cloaks' in the conntry. Prices, $4.50, $6.50, $8.00, $9, $10, $12, $14, $16, md I $20. We also have an extensive line of Beavers at prices from2 per yard up. Woolen yarn, same as others charge $1 for 55 0 Heavy horse blankets, worth $1.75 !1!".".!!!!!.1.50 Mens' merino socks, "..!!!"!!!!!!" 10 c Mens' shaker knit socks, ""!."!!!"!!!" 25 0 BLACK ALPACAO, 50 pieces of Black Alpacas bought at Wilmerding, Hoguet b Co's Great Sale at ruinous prices. Now is the time! We have always sold Black Alpacas below any other concern, but we havs never had anything before that could compare with our present prices. We invite special at tention to the grade of pure Brilliantines, same as we have been selling at 65c now 50c. BLACK CASHMERES ! at less than New York Prices. We are selling a grade at $1 over a yard and a quarter wide; a good bargain. ach. The most complete lice we have ever had. $1.00, 1.25, $1.65, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, 3.00. BLANKETS, BLANKETS. Bought at manufacturer's sale and sold at less than Xew York price. Blankets worth $4.00 for $3.00 a pair; Blankets worth 4.75 for 4.00 a pair; Blankets worth 6.50 for 5.oO a pair; SHAWLS, SHAWLS ! A aplendid line of these goods, in square and long, at prices ranging for square, $1.23 up, and from $2.50 up for long. ANOTHER DOWNFALLL IN FLANNELS. CLOTHS, CASSIMERE3 AND WATERPROOFS. We cannot go into details in these goods, but can give some splendid bar gains. VELVETS. Velvet! are to be largely used for trimming this year, and we have juit en ed a large assortment in all widtha and qualities. P Hamburg Edgings! At less prioea than ever before; our stock now is the most complete that we have ever offered, Bargains in mena' Snspendflra, mrgains in lames 1114 x L.me uiove, Bargains in Table Linens, Bargains in Corsets Hip Gore 40c, Bargains in Laces, in Tn Frincres fc Trimminsrs. .u.ilm.uw ... I a c inrgiitns in Damns. , 5000 yards of plain and basket wove poplins in all the new fall of seal and nut-brown, navy blue, plumb and steer, at 25o These gooO are We cannot enumerate half the immese stock we have Put u this fal nor rive an idea of the shrinkage in price of all kinds of &'C 1' Dress Goods, but we know we can show you unheard of bargains, and the largest variety we have ever yet shown. IjOCKE & CO. 1TRAN FOR JUcGlXXISl all the Goods thev AdTart,' with ,n otXv J9111- si: Bargain! la Hosiery, Bargain! in Napinn, Bargains in Towels and Cwshee Bargains in White Quilts, Bargain! in Worsted Fringes, Bargains in canton rianuew, EED3 C308E, II i 1. pine .