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POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE ON THE LAKE SHORE ! WW THE CL.OTHIERI Who will take a shaving off the Lowest Trices of any dealer .elsewhere. Such Bargains in CLOTHING X S- ci? 'Ashtabula before ! My Stock is iarg&..aiid consists of Botfs together HATS,; CAPS, & FURNISHING GOODS Great care has been given to the Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Clothing 1 now oner, ana witn tne lacmuua s . - I confidentially Bay ore second to none in this respectJ&2in regard to price. . . - , Having some time before opening jny , NEW ' S'T.OIH I ordered a large portion of my Clothing made np ftom the pieec, as to have my Worsteds, Beavers, and Cassimeres, thoronghly 'i' sponged and shrunk, which I always Warrant to Give Satisfaction. Returning thanks to my customers for past favors, I would solicit a continuance of their patronage, assuring them that I shall continue to use every effort to give satisfaction in all Respectfully, J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU, Collins' Block, 8ml379 here or have Never been offered in Youth- and Wear, with -fcft f OS respects. - Main St., opposite Farmers' Nat. Bank, ASHTABULA, OHIO i V- - -Chapped T.1ATTER OF POPULAR INTEREST. We tODfetaefram the Lehigh Register the substance of a onveraation about Oak Hall, In Fhiladehi&AVanamaker & Brown's " Largest Clothing 'tfiae in America." A viritox and bit-ndact the sneakers : " , ' -Vmuot. " Wont comer is the Banding on r JttsxdanL "Sooth-East corner of toxtk and Karket. Flease not the SIXTH, for some strangers seeking Oat hay been misled by designing persons." .-"'O "tiare feet-SS on Varied and ISO odd on Sixth, six stories high, has ovet J.iLf flooSS and covers space onee 5PT,A5ao twenty dlfiereat busi- ,. Y-.Doyoousetteara-powerr r,f?K. jL1 young engine fannehes power EfciW PerelCTaaidtoe t 'TwiSi? yantaie with gocdsr thence en the tu.yv uunwrs,ana taken r wiu iuu tcf s loom on ml , XtZZ?? te laapeo- , y. atMpeoaii unS"OT)eriMBn-, tneasnred In the plTth-n inKJi doth Basse over rottS. SIS. fcS? lirhL aud two mrn .it a strong behind the goods, watching wiS P? bawk for HQS k-ast pin-hole Imnertecttm? J markine everr flaw, so that tha and avoid it when he come to cut the sir. snents." . V. " Too must ejnpl-y an trrfj of cuttersT" A. "Come to our filth fioc and seel W pep TO hands all the tiis cyfung op the clou Into garments, beside- it machines that ua SPotMn's work earn-.; a stroke." ggjo yon munufsctiire ail your own rmaii Inspect every stitch and sewn, and Store SfSKJ" eweUluadS reVnmeiri?" . v. -1 w save yon a gTtat A. " In Kwm m A1M .- and economy we uractlr Rii'iii "vstess. that enables us to put our rJf.'i people as we do." ""own to tha A, "Before K goes into Btock it to Hdutot IVery single gannen has Its numbaTand onset poina noa on it so that its entire hiik Jja be traced wiihout fca, cpon our Y" iX? """ !lT OT salesmetsf rJT ,ir' on huty days you majiee M0 SSS.IfS?nV,oom ""i "ites off rooms, eUing to the throngs of customers." """" kxZr " '&Jbr man. 4i.Y7reat, A4J over the country. Our' perfect system sd rules of Belf-measnrement make itnoaaibie to please people 2,000 miles away Jfff vwlectly aa if they warn here in person.' - . . . , v. -1 suppose yon hives least half a dozen ' different departments?" A. "My dearsirl we have more than twenty, each charged with ita own business, and each thoronghly organized, a necessary wheel with in the ereat wheeL" "rJ wuewwuu Y-1 Si1!0'? name aoEen or so of them V A. "With pleasure. The Custom Depart . Tnent, fcr thosewha prefer custom-made to ready-mada. Tks Furnishing; Department, with its fZyytaia stock of all underwear The Shirt fcsctory, with its busy machines, making oar own first-c)aBfl shirts. The Trim ming Department itself as big as many a regu lar store. The Garment Stock Room. The Receiving Boom. The Order Department, named before. The Special Uniforms Depart ment. The Delivery Department, witn itl core of messengers. The" V. " Hold, hold I sir, enough V a. i m not nair tnronsni The AdverHsinff Department, with ita bilLend sign distributors, eating and pubUshlBe business and popular amah circuleHcg AO OTflrymlM mnnthlv JeU all your fri jjfo send for lt The Men's "men, wumra m any rooms. The Boys SElri .""v lonins- department The Children s rpartment. w;th its special entrance for ladies. The Teleeranh Dcnart- ffwv viir'r JP1? Department, with )iBiwuaj, x. Other offifM r.t JWnking, planning, ex. aU blMV Kim 'ting, burins', rnnk. , SHV? theiTforce. .sciiUlogoULSeUII people throng here. kj5PrinjSu we depISd en low prices and immeisales." V. "What are (bo 'yoLaaum' I hear so mnch about r " A. "Our system of besineat dealing 1. One price, no deviation ; 2. Cash for everything; 8. A guarantee protecting the purchaser: .The poney returned if the buyer can't otherwise be suited." oWBg could be lilrer." A-.Eotog- And the people see It" tte'ntl on' ' 1 tiUtuk you- lQr your PUU .iVoTpIna: tood riS2.a, IshaU fiW to don VWUIta AT:irunBnLhl Of retail sales on some sini) e" f? " s-ul the bonse to-bny cheap and sec1Sl1S1le : I ' MEDICAL. Centaur The lame can be healed and the wounded made whole. We now know Just what the Centaur Liniments will da They will not mend brolf en bones or cure Cancer bnt they will extract soreness, allay pain, cure Rheu matism and a larger range of flesh, bone and muscle ailments than any article ever before discovered. t Scientific skill cannot go beyond the effects of these wonderful preparations. 4ronle BbenmaUsua of many years'' standing Neuralgia, Weak Back, Fever Bores, Weep lasr Sin Hi, Sciatica, Caked Breasts, Dis torted Joints and Sprained Limbs of the wont kind, are cured by the White Centaur Liniment It will destroy the pain and beat without a Scar all ordldary burns and scalds. It will extract the poison from bites and stings, and the frost from frozen limbs. It Is very effica cious for earache, toothache, itch and cutane ous eruptions. Mr. Josiah Westlake, of Marysville, Oho, writes: "For years my Rheumatism has been so bad that I have been unable to Btir from the house. The first three bottles of Centaur Lin iment enabled me to walk without my crutches. I am mending rapidly. I think your Liniment simply a marvel." C. H. Bennet, Druggist, Rock Prairie, says : "Centaur Liniment isells better and gives the best satisfaction of anything in the mar ket" What the Centaur Liniment has done for others it will do for you. It is handy, it is re lable, and it is cheap. v The Yellow Centaur Liniment is worth Its weight in gold to owners of horses and mules. This Liniment has cured more Sprained, S ween led. Ring-boned and Calleil Borsea in three years than have all the Farriers in the country in an age. Its effects are simply wonderful. We have thousands upon thousands of cer tificates as strong as the following : " My horse was lame for a year with a fet lock wrench, all remedies utterly foiled to cure, ana i consiaerea mm worthless until t commenced to use Centaur Liniment which rapidly cured him. I heartily recommend it REV. GEO W. FERRIS, Manorville. Schoharie Co., N. V. Dear &n .- I have nsed your Centuar Lin iment and find It to be of great value. Please send me two dollars worth, one for the mules and horses. RILEY sicalljijs. Falls Station, Wyoming Co Pa.' It makes very little difference what the case is. whether it be wrench, sprain, pollevll Ringbone, scratches, or lameness of" any kind, the are they same. Liverymen, stage proprietors, farmers, &c should never be without Centaur Liniment It is sold every where, and warranted in its effect Laboratory Pfr' BJ RsLC0T-'-4a TBDey at. ew York. -13TKSI MARK THESE FACTS - The Tettimohy p the Whole World ! Holloway's Ointment Bad Legs. Bad Breasts. Soies and Ulcers. AU descriptions of sores are remedied by tbe proper use ok wis lneeumaoie preparation. 10 attemnt to care bad lees br nlasterins' the edires of the wound together is a folly ; for should the skin unite, a boggy, diseased condition remains nnoerneatn to oreaa out witn tenioia lory in s few days. The only rational and successful treat ment as indicated bv nature, is to reduce tbe in Ssmntion in and about the woo nd and to soothe the neighboring parts by rubbing in plenty of the Ointment as salt Is lorced into meat This will cause the malignant humors to be drained off rrom tne hard, swollen and discolored parts round tbe wound, sore, or ulcer, and when these humors are removed, the wounds them selves will soon heal. Warm bread and water ponltices applied to the affected parts after tbe uintment nas neen tnorougniy ruDDed in. will soothe and soften the same, and greatly assiBt the cure. There is a description of nicer, sore ana swelling, waicn neea not oe named nere, at tendant unon the follies of vouth. and for which this Ointment is urgently recommended as a sov ereign remedy. In curing snch poisonous sores, it never fails to restore tbe system to a healthy state ii toe fins oe taacn according to tne print ed instructions. Dlplitberla, Ulcerated Wore Tbroat, acmici uu uiQvr a e fers Any of the above diseases may be cured by well rubbing the ointment three times a day into the chest, throat and neck of the patient. It will soon penetrate and give immediate relief. Medi. ciaeB taken by the mouth must operate upon the wuoie system, ere its innaence can oe ieit in an 1 iui ii 1 ii'lint ... . ih. nlntinMl will An I . . at once. Whoever tries the nnguent in theabove manner for the diseases named, or any similar disorders affecting the chest and throat, will find themselves relieved as by a charm. All sufferers from these complaints should envelope the throat at bedtime in a large bread and water poultice after the ointment has been well rubbed in ; it will greatly assist the enre of the throat and chest, To allay the lever and lessen tbe inflammation eight or ten pills should be taken night and morn ing. Tbe ointmept will produce "perspiration, the grand essential in an cases pr revere, sore throat or where there might be oppression of the cnest, eitner xrora sBtnma or otner causes. Plies, Flatnlas, Strictures. The above class of complaints will be removed by nightly fomenting the parts with warm water, anu lueu ujr iuubi ciieciuauv ruuutuir in tne oint ment. Persons suffering from these direful com plaints should looBe not a moment In arresting toeir prugro&s. ft puuum ue uuuerstooa tnat 11 IB not sufficient meruly to smear the Ointment on the affected parts, but it m st be well rubbed in for a considerable time two or three times a dav. that it may be taken into the system, whence it will remove any hidden sore or wound as effectu ally as though palpable to the eye. There again bread and water poultices, after rubbing in of the ointment will do great service . This is the only sure treatment for females, cases of cancer in the stomach, or whero there may be a general oeannguown. Indiscretions of Youth ; Sores and Ulcers. Blotches, as also swellings, can, with certainty. oe radically cared ii tne uintment oe ased ireeiy, m,A .ha 111b to Iran nlrrhr Mnrl mimilnn an aaann. mended in the printed instructions. When treat ed in any otner wny tuey only or place to break ont in ancthpr i Ointment will remove the humor from the system and leave the patient a healthy and vigorous being. It will require time with the use of the Pills to insure a lasting cure. Dropsical Swelling-, Paralysis and sun joints. Although tbe above complaints differ widely in their origin and nature, yet they all require local treatment. Many of toe worst cases ol such diseases will yield in a comparatively short space of time when this Ointment is dil rubbed into tne parts affected, even after everr other means have failed. In all serious maladies tbe Pills -should be taken acording to the printed airecuons acompanyipg eacft pox, Both the Ointment and Pill thotild beated in the joiwunng cases: Bad Lesrs. I Cancers. Scalds. Bad Breasts Corns (Soft) Skin diseases. Sore Throats, Sore Nipples, Bams. Contracted 4 Bunions, Elephantiasis, Bite of Mosche- Fismlas. Dcarvy, Sore Heads, Tumors, Ulcers. Wounds, Taws. toes and Sand Gout Flies. Glandolar ' Coco-bay, Swellings, Chiego-foot. LumbacK. Chilblains, Piles, bands, 1 Rheumatism, Caution. None are Pennine nnlenn th .w. nature of J . Hatdock, as Agent for the United States, surrounds each box of Pills and Oint ment. A handsome reward will ha .iri-n in Ana 1 .-- - 1. , , O . T J vuc iuuwiug pu,.u luiuiuiauuii as may lean to the detection of any party or parties counterfeit ing the medicines or vending- the ume. b no win them to be spurious. Sold st the llannfactory of Professor Hol lowat A Co., New York, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, thong hoot ue civuiseu wunu. in nots at 20 cents. HX cents. and 1. each. t37There is considerable saving by takln g the mriiu p.acs. . N. a. Direction for guidanc eof patients In very disorder ar e affixed to each pot. lylSTOeow IIUMPIIREY& BALDWIN'S New Grocery Store at the ."LIME KILN, .near the L. S. ct- M S. DEPOT, (a the place to buy CHEAP GROCERIES! tyCome and See. 1316 'HdNIX IRONWORKS IRON & BRASS 3POXT2VT X3E3nt3, General Machinists and manufacturers of FARMING IMPLEMENTS . &C.,.&c. Office and Works at Centre street Crowing, Ashtabula, Ohio. n. n, 1JJ71. ' Avoiding Hen Lice. These parasites breed and multiply in the filth and dirt in and about hen quarters. The manure should not be allowed to accumulate nnuer the roosts and on the floors of the hous es. It should be deodorized with dry earth or sifted coal ashes, or muck or plaster or other absorbent, and removed at least once a week, and deposited where fowls cannot gain access to it. This, when prop erly attended to, will be fouud to ren der the task of keeping down the lice much easier. The quarters in cluding roosts, nests, walls, . floors, and ntensils of ererv kind, shonld be thoroughly whitewashed say m April, July, September and Novem ber, lhe wasli should have some sulphur or kerosene incorporates with it, and if it be put on hot it wi be all the better. It should be at plied to every crack and cranny, no point oeing missc'i. a uc ui poit: or perches should be removed, an all the bearings or points of contact should be especially treated, for it is in these places that the " mites" are most at home.- After a thorough an plication of the lime wash, the roosts should be well smeared with a mix ture of lard and kerosene. The hen's natural resort to rid herself of lice is the dust bath. Where fowls are not at liberty to seek a suitable bath, it should alwavs be furnished them m a sunny part of their house. It may consist of chip dirt, drv earth, sifted coal ashes wood ashes, or a mixture of all of them together, with a little sulphur or l'ersian powder nnxei with it. Even where fowls have their liberty it will be found benefi cial to give them a dusting place, to which they will be sure to resort. It will never be necessary to catch and apply oil or grease of any kind to fowls to destroy lice, if tne fore going suggestions are put into prac tice. But where, from neglect carelessness, the poultry are infested, it may be advisable-in order to do stroy as soon as possible all traces of vermin to apply some unguent poison to the bodies of the fowls For this purpose we would adv ise mixture of lard and coal oil, heated together until thoroughly mixed, as! l.a. -.1 -J a A uiu ciieiiuesu anu must, convenient article to use. If thought best a lit tle sulphur may be mixed into a com pound, lo apply it, catch the fowl at night, and with the finger smear fittfe6i the preperatioh on the top of the hea(j an(J un(Jer th(J jowef. mandible: then put a small quantity under each wing, and rub it in so that it will reach the skin; repeat the same operation between the body and thighs and about the root of the tail. One operation, if thoroughly performed, will be sufficient. The complaint that poultry keeping is unprofitable generally comes from the parties who neglect the small de tails ot u.e business, which are so important in the comfort and profit ableness of the flock. If the forego ing directions are put into practice, there will be little to apprehend on the score of lice. Practical Farmer She got even with him, that At lanta widow did, as dashing young widows alwavs do with faithless young gentlemen who attempt to jilt tnem. iie had feasted her on ice cream; at her had talked nonsense in the moonlight; and, finally, had exchanged tiutypes with her, and they twain were to be made one. and He was to be her number two, About this time the other woman be gan to figure in the case. The false, fickle young man feasted her on ice cream, and, strange to say, not with standing the torrid heat at Atlanta, she also yet survived; and in due course of time was also to be resent- cd with the tintype counterfeit pre sentment of the said yonnor man. What with his outl.tys for ice-cream lor both dear charmers, and neckties for himself, at this stage it occured to him to economize. He did. On one of his courting excursions to the widow he managed to steal from her boudoir the tintype ot himself, which hung on the wall just over the foot of her bed, and was the object of her tond gage more hours a dav than aught else in the room, save the look ing-glass. And the fickle, false young man bestowed that stolen tin type on his inamorata No. 2 The widow, of course, discovered his Der- fidy all. She didn't take cold noison. Neither did she sue for breach of promise. Nor yet did she pine away and die. She iust grabbed that tin type from the neck of her rival, had tne young man arrested for stealing it, and, sweetest revenge of all, had nis lady-love JNo. 2 called as a wit ness to trace the stolen property to nis possession. And that young man was held to bail on a charge of lar ceny. And now he solemnly pon ders how true it is that the ways of me transgressor are hard when it s a dashing young widow that is trans gressed against. Tomb of ran Russiax Emperors. The royal mausoleum of Russia is 210 feet long, 98 wide, and 58 high The tombs are all alike-a plain block of marble six feet long, inclosed by a gilded railing,' and bearing an in scription on a sunken golden ulate. Uver one hangs a bunch of keys tak en from the fortresses by the soldier beneath, over another-droops battle flags, while above a third, and spark ling brightly in the glow of the nev er-extinguished lamp, is a closely- studded diamond betrothal ring. A Sudden Rise in Fortune. One of the passengers bound to iiurope on the steamer (Jueen, which left this port last featurday, was a young man named James Shirley, whose sudden rise in fortune is quite an interesting story. Shirley, was re cently a bootblack and had his stand near St. Paul's Church. One day about a month ago ho blacked the boots of Mr. Frank Carrington, of No. 45 East Tenth street. This gen tleman by mistake handed the boy a twenty-dollar gold-piece instead of a silver half-dollar, and told him to keep the change. The boy was so dazed by the gift that before he could recover from his astonishment Mr. Carrington had left. He search ed for him in vain, and that night gave the money into the hands of the Superintendent of the Newsboys' Lodging Home, desiring him to ad vertise for the party and return it to him. The next day Mr. Carrington was discovered, and the gold coin re stored to him. He was so pleased by the occurrence that he instituted in quiries regarding the boy's associa tions and honesty, and was so im pressed by his worthiness that he de termined to adopt him. The boy was onlv too willing to accept the off er, and 'after a few weeks' schooling was called upon to accompany his benefactor upon a trip to Europe. On Saturdaylio distributed a pocket full of nickels to his old bootblack riends and bade . them eood-by. The boys gave three cheers, and few passengers for Europe have depart- d with more affectiouate Uod-speeas than the young man whoso honesty 1..... 1...I 1. . . 1 .1 a a ... iiitii iiiloine pain oi loriune. A on buy Cookery. One of the mysteries of the world is why some nations cook execrably and others delectably. Who c:u ac count for the culinary geiiions of the French? Some have endeavored to ex plain it through the long occupation of Gaul by the Romans'; but the Ro mans occupied every when-, and we know that the cooking is not good everywhere. There would seem to be an innate genious for cooking among the French, just as there is for other arts among the Italians. It will be a great day for this coun try when it is educated in this mat ter. We are greatly improved, and the abominable pie, which brings so hideous a train of horrors in its wake is becoming less and less in request But each summer the ebb of the cul inary art among us is brought vivildy t nil. id and body when we adven ture beyond the very best beaten tracK ot travel. Ae- tuijrluud car ries off the palm of badness, and itgis puzzling to account for tii.s. The meat, to oe paiaiaoio and illgeslible should be tender, is a fact rarely re coguized by Yankee hosts, and that there are stomachs from wind greasy check table cloths take away appetite they do not all comprehend. The traditions of good homely fait seem to have been almost forgotton among them. A foreigner in Ver mont arrivinor at a countrv hotel af ter a long coach journey, was mid, Clipper, oh, certainly you can have supper, and presently found himself in a long dining-room, lit by a single maiodorious petroleum I:tmr, at table bespotted with the dehris of a coarse meal. Presently the hungry wretch was supplied with a ghastly burlesque of a supper in the form of under baked apple pie and dough nuts, to be washed down by a horrid decoction of straw and hot water, which passed by the name of tea, In a French rural town, under such circumstances, he would have had soup, a delicions cutlet, fried pota toes, light claret, and coffee. In England he would have had a good beef-steak, bread and cheese, and un deniable beer. ah exenange remarks that it is wonderful to see how exact a line a man can draw with Ms shovel, on a , , . snowy morning, between his own premises and his next-door neigh bor. , A lankec advertising for a wife says: "It would be well if the lady were possessed of a competency suf- ncicnt to secure her against exces sive grief in case of accident occur ring to her companion." SOMETHING NEW Startling but True ! K Nice Present for Christmas for Everybody i'TLEE of ihc trouble and worry of hunting for something "suitable" and at a moderate price, can bo found amuu me Holiday Stock of New Goods just' received. LASY CHAIRS, CAMP CHAIRS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, HAT RACKS, and other goods in endless variety, at Prices that Defy Competition. Remember that these floods are a SDecialtv for the Holidays, and it yon wish to secure bargains "COME EAr,Y AND OFTEN," No charge for Bhowinewoodsand no one instat ed opon to buy. If you wish to profit by the of fer, call at JOHN DUCHO'S, on Main Street, Ashtabulf -id be convinced that seeug is oeuevlng." 1352 w ILLIAMSON & WATROUS respectfully ot jounce to the citizens of A-htabul and surrounding countrv that they are prepared a all times to make to order ALL KINDS OP tlAENESS, and keep constantly on hand a good aseortmen of goods in their line, all made of the Beat Material, and put together In the BEST STYLE of workman ship. Those wishing anvthicgin our line will do well to give ub a call. We think that we can sat sfyin style and price. Hoping by strict atten tion to businessaud fair honest dealing with all, to merit a share of your patronage, we remain respectufllly yours. U. WILUAXSOlt, . W. B. WATROUS. 1345tf Groceries & Provisions. LOOK IN and see the Improvement that W. REDHEAD has made In his old store. Having built over and added on to bis old store, and replenished his stock with a large assortment of New Goods of Every Descrip tion, naimllv found In a First Class Grocery Store. He Invites his old friendsand customers, and the pub lic in general, to call and examine bis goods and compare quality and prices before purchaaingelie- wnere. HU floods sre new snd frenh. and will be sold for Cash as low as a like qnslitv of goods can be sold bv any house lo town. He has a foil line of Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Spices, also a lull assortment ot " Fruits, Nuts and Con fectionery, togeth er with the Choicest Brands of TOBACCO AND CIGARS CANNED GOODS A SPECIALTY ! Cove Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines, Peaches, Toma toes, Green Corn, Lima Beans, &c. full s'Miply t FREslI flAIWKN SAUCE, EVERY pi.. A.NTS VKUKTAHI.ES. RECEIVED FROM TDK GARDENS DAY. Also Agent for the celelmted Buffalo Cream Ales & Porter, from the old Moffat! Brewery) which ho keeps on hand by the harrnl. hall barrel, and 1111 trior, and draft, to suit customers, not to ue drank on the premises. rtntall dealers will find it to their advantage tn of him, and save dravage. isaitr w. KKUIIKAU Dr t!0n i10' ,lny Bt hmiu. Humpies ipj H HJ&lj worm i, iri'e. ntnson i n. oi-tlaii'l. Maine. lyl'SU- be LEGAL. Dissolution. OTICE is hereby given that the Arm of E. A G. Bailey is; this d:v dis solved by mutual consent. K. BAII.EY, Rock Creek, July lo, 187(i. 14. BAILEY. The business will be conducted by Mr. Geo. Bailey, at the ol.l stand. All accounts will he settled up immediately hy Mr. Bailey. :;t'.6 Sheriff a Speelsl Itlaotrr Comrula-loii-er Sale or u-al Kataie. AslUabula Common Pleas. Ex"rs of William Sanborn,) against James V. Kogers, et al. J 1Y virtue of an Ali.-is Orili-r of Sale duly issued from said Court in the above case to me directed, I will otter for mle hy way of public Auction, at the door of the Court House in Jelteron, Ashtabula County, Ohio, on MONDAY, THE 21st DAY Or- AU GUST, A. I). IfiTij, between the hours of lu a m. and 12 m. o'clock of said day, the following described real estate, to-wit ; Situate in the Township of Aahtabula, County of Ashtabula, state of Ohio, known as a water lot on the west side of Ashtabula River at Ashtabula Harbor, and is a part of lot No. Twenty-three vt in block No. Korty three (43) in the village plat at Ashtabula Harbor, and is bounded easterly by Ashtabu la River, southerly by ind of H. Hubbard, J. D. Hulbert and H. E. Parsons, known as Lot No. Twenty-two 22i, westerly by the right-of-way of the Ashtabula. Yomigstown & Pittsburgh Railroad Company, as surveyed and located, and northerly by land of H. Hubbard, known as Lot Twenty-four (21). Appraised at JTilU.OO Terms Cash. T. S. Yui'NG, Sheriff as Special Master Commissioner. Sheriff's Office, Jerterson, O., July 17, 1S70. Edward H. Fircn, Plaintiffs Atty. st'tg SuerifTa- Special Plaster Conimikaloii er Sale of iteal Estate. Ashtabula Common Pleas. Edwin T. Harmon on "I t.al.) asuinst James Inherarity, et BY virtue of an Order of Sale, duly Issued from said Court in the above case to me directed I willofler forsale by way of public Auction, at the door of the Court House in Jefferson, Ashtabula county, Ohio, on MONDAY, THE 21st DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. lSTtf, between the hours of It) n. m. and 12 in. o'clock of said day, the following de scribed real estate, to wit: Lot No. Four (4) of Hubbard's Plat at Ash tabula Harbor. In the township of Ashtabula, county of Ashtabula, state of Ohio. Terms Cash. Appraised at $ T. S. YOUNG, sheriff as Special MasterCommissioner. Sheriff 's Office, Jefferson, O., July 17, 1S70. E. H. Fitch, Attorney. 5tlS5 Contraction or Inflation ! Gold or Greenbacks. This is The - Great Question ! of the Politician;, bnt in these hard times the "qiles'tion of yreuttrlTiiiCTB.iit to man; U How Can Money bs Saved ? AND EXPENSES REDUCED f line my good neighbors were makin? their tre mendous pnrcbases, buying all lhe Bankrupt in iew lorn, 1 succeeded in securiu; euiuu 11KAL bargains. Inking only THE BEST GOODS, !-unuucu personally, sided by greenbacks an lon experience. I hese g-iods aw now arriving daily and are on CAIllUlllOU AT THE OLD STAND, BOTH ON THE OUTSIDE AND INSIDE, as the quality of the soods will stand the test ot daylight. It is true that goods are very cheap, but some goods are der even when for every sensible nerB.in knows that XYT r pertine flour can't be bought in any market for me price oi oran, ana wnen Dran price is paid, Is pretty sure to be bran, and poorat that. My Stock is Full and Complete STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS KNIT GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES AND RUUBERS. A Comparison of Quality and Price is Solicited. H. L. MORRISON. Oct. 14, 1873. lwr UDY & BEER, Dealers In Scotch and American Granite and manufacturers of Marble Monuments ! TOMB-STONES, Mantels $ Grates. Tlicv will also fill all orders for Marble, Granite or Sand-stone work. Olflcc on Center street, nenr the corner of Pink. l:Ni " BjrWork done in the Beat JmmT.-n. GRAND RIVER INSTITUTE! AVSTIXBVIiG, OHIO, i. TUCKKHMAV, Y., Pmni-ipal FALL TEEMS BEGINS AUGUST, 22D. (Jives superior business education. Ulves superior sclontitlc education. S (lives superior classical education, I (llvos superior preparation for teaching. The Primary and Normal classes are tauty,. by graduates who have been trained for l,lc work of teaching, and who are devoted to lr The lady graduates are getting from $ V , flAW per year for teaching. ILianllngand rooms for Kclf-bonnllnn cnir obtained at rensonublo rates. till! j Charles 1! Swift DEALER IN D rngs A Med cines, f Family Groceries I Soep, Brushes I Fancy Toilet Articles I ASHTABULA, Is the Best preparation ever made for Eestcring Grey Hajr to its original color. It removes Dandruff and Btop8 Hair falling. It renders t&e Hair soft, beautiful and vigorous, preserves its Irjjrariance when abun dant, and restores its Color, Vitality, and Life, when dry, harsh, and decaying. r. r A i Ph ilatleljilt in A d cert lumen ts cTlA JIJiEIl LIN CO., MOM AND B0AB1M AGENTS, 711 SANSON STHFET, FHILAU'A. BRANCH OFFICE, 322.) Lancaster Ave, op posite i ennsyivania depot. i?r,nt,trare""Sevpnth St. leaves- A--you but a few steps frolu our office.-. Don 't pfty Erhorltitttjit Hntrl fkilailrlphia ! Mrlce M e have so nrrantred with private families in all the better parts of the citv. that we can furnish you nice Kooms, with good lieds and excellent Hoard, as follows; single Rooms, i to 56 per week. Itooins for two, So to 512 per week. Rooms for more than two equally low. Single LodirinK, 30 cent toM.on per night. Hoard, 4 to rt per week. $1 per day. "Xo Pay for Room until you Get Them -fctrcet cars from all pints of city to ex- niDHlon. rare i cents. Sml.TTB pETENNIAL visitors will find 'most exeel'pntneeommo lntlons with Nic olas Moretz, -HIS. Ciirard avenue, Philadelphia. Send for particulars to Chamberlin Co., 711 hanwim fet., rnllailelpnta, boarding agents. MRS. EMMERTZ, hue of Long Branch, will entertain a limited num ber of Centennial visitors at Girard ave nue, Phila. Send for particulars to Chamber lin & Co , agents, 7il Sansom St., Phila. SMEDLEY HOUSE, HOARD, 82.00 TO Si50 PUS DA Y. 1227 Filbert St., between Market and Arch st-s. alios. S. Webb Prop r, J. Murray Webb, Sup t. UNION HOUSE. BOARD, SS.00 PER DAY. 1:tl I Arch st. Thos..S. Webb, Prop'r, .1. Mur- rny Webb, Sup't. (SmlWl SoirclIilii Every Poultry Kaiser Need. Gowiley A Co's infallible cure and preven tion of cholera in poultry, and gapes in young chickens. Try a bottle, price 75 cents. Sent to any address. Liberal discount to the trade. Agents wanted. Depot 1JU3 Filbert street, riuiaueipnia. lyitfi CJOKf. Reward for an Incurable Case. Dr kDaSUU P. FITI.ER, being sworn says: I graduated in if4, appointed to professor's cuairi.-vw; nave uevoieu years exclusively to Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Gout, Kidney and Liver Diseases. I guarantee Dr. Fitter's Rheumatic Remedy, "Kidney Cordial, and Liver Pills, a permanent cure or will refund money. Pamphlets, references and medical advice sent by mail, gratis. Address Dr. Fit- ler, 45 S. Fourth, Phila. Medicines at Drug gists. 13S5tf J. 17!. WILCOX, Has opened a new and well selectei ck Foreign & Domestic Cloths C'ASIMERES AND TESTINGS. and SnlltTS, COLLARS. TIES, SUSPENDERS, HANDKERCHIEFS and everything nsnally kept In a first class Mer chant Tailoring Establishment. On Main Street, next door to Newberrv's drug store. PRICES BELOW COMPETITION. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere HARN ESS, &c Has on hand a good assortment ol Harness of various kinds. Heavy and Light. Sin gle and Double, of the best workmanship and ma terial. He is prepared to flii all orders for work of any description in his line. ; SADDLES, . '. HIDING BRIDLES. WHIPS, II ALT h-liS, BLANKETS. Ac. TZFLTTJM He has lust laid In a laree snpnly of large and medium sized Traveling Trunks. They are of va rious qualities and values, and afforded at lavor able prices. The assortment is altogether the largest of any in the region. The traveling pnblic are invited to look over this stock, as may can hardly fail to find something totheirmind. I. O. FOR D. Asniabnm. Sent. 89. lwr. Iiutmf. NOTIONS. Millinry, Wall Papers, WINDOW GLASS. BABY CARRIAGES, BIRD CAGES. Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Masazinee, Frames. Pictures, Piclnre LEANDER LTON. Conneant. O. 1 Dear Old "Yankee Doodle." II slngt In tht hearts of tha people ' Bur boys hava whistled it, our girls have sanf and played it, ur sturdy men hae marched to It, and now we hava i in Pamirs a grand ana its sterrr pnxrycuoit t art, by A. M. Wlllard. Tha orlghtaf adorns Mtfltarial Han, at Philadelphia, and Is (ally admired by thous and. The copy Is a Snt chroiao, and safluid asora the walls of aver American home. II not found with your picturs deal or, send your order to the publisher, SIZE 1 S by 24 Inches. PRICE By mail, 13.00; nounted ready lor fraato j STONE SEWER PIPE 'PO County Commissioners, Town O Ct 1. founclls, Supervisors and all in want of Sewer 1'lpe More Durable than Iron we would say that we have Just received The Largest Invoice of Pipe ever brought to this County. ALL SIZES FROM TO 21 INCHES DIAM- ETEK. The Railroad Companies are Using it for nil tlielr sewerlnr, end hnve been doing so lor years. All orders promptly tilled at nuihuftictu- rer's prices. vritoNt; ic MANMSin. - AKlitnbtilti, O., July lst,lS7ti. WILLIAM SMITH, 1MI1IRTKB Or SCOTCH GRANITE MONUMENTS, And every description of Polished and Cut Work j In red, blue or white granite, iiimuiucturer of American Granite, Marble A Stone Work. All work finished In the l.t -manner, fire nnd work ii.wr I.. M. V ni. lluinphrey's stole. Of aiul to. the the Is 0tl t TEV ART OF PRESERVING L HEALTH : or self-rreservation. . Written by lhe Chief Consulting Physician of tie Old Dis pensary, established over forty years. A treatise on all diseases which fleh is heir to. Five pages Illustrated Acknowledged bv lhe press and crit ics the most wobderml book ever published. Ev ery family shonld have a copy. Dr- WemiBjr's contribution to the ever-impor. tant i hi me will conimind more than ordinary tentloti. PhiludelphM Inquirer. ine nooa treats epecincuilv of all diseases to wnicn neso is oeir to. NuthIiiij Transcript. It sets tortta the particular nature or ift requisite for tbe life of man. Evening Star. All that tends to tbe preservation of healrh la discussed, and that with delicacy and correct taste. Philadelphia Age. Of all book on at-aba and tbe proper means of prolonging life to a good old ge that It has been our province to read, we confess to have met with very few that has claimed our attention as the above Godey's Lady's Book, Dr. Fleming, a pr:iciicin and able physician of this citv, gives. In his admirable book, hundreds of valuable hints that are really important to man if he would enjoy health and comfort. City Item. iv, J"rlt ' mn"' excellent one, and worthy the study and consideration ofthoee who desire lo UBe the best means to preserve health and strength to an advanced ac.-aunday Times. It l honestly intended to teach people how lo takecare of themselves.-ferj Ward Beeeher. It Is worth ten times Its price. It tend to eocd snd only zaoi.Rev. Andrew Manship. The author can be consulted on all diseases re quiring skill, secrecy and experience. Address D1C D.L. FLEMMI.NG, Physician In charge. No. M N.6ta St. Agents wanted to canvass. DR D. L. FL EM MING, haviuir been r,i,vnt physician of oue of the largest hospitals in the United states, and having made special study of all diseases or a delicate and secret nature. Chief onsnitlng Physician at Dr. N. B. Leidv's Disuen- sary for tbe last nine years, would respectfully invite the unfortunate, young or old, single or married, to call. Delay not. Nearly Ave thous and were treated last yet r. And it should be re membered that nearly all his paiienta are snch as cannot obtam help Iroru auy other source. Dr. F. invites those laboring under any form of dis ease, such as scrofula, ulcers, tumors, heart dis ease, liver complaint, pains of the bones, joints, back, rheumatism, arising from the nee of mer cury, lost manhood, self-abuse, forgetful ness, geueraldebility. blood, kidneys, urinary organs, etc Medicines furnished iu all cases. Dr. F.'s diplomas and a meritorious certificate awarded him for hospital service, alwavs hanging ia his office, with many other attestations ot merit, will sately distinguisa him from ignoran quack doc tors. Call or address DR. D. L. FLEMJ.INO. -No. 319 N. Sixth St., opposite Franklin Square. " umce nours, to l p. v., a to ana to s. FEMALE REGULATING MEDICINES. Two- thirds of the bodily suffering femsles are heir to can be removed by Old DR. LE1DV3 Remedies in a itw days, ana in most cases, ia one day. Mothers, danghters. delav not. Thousands are successfully treated and cured. It should be borne in mine that nearly all ql oar patients are such as cannot obtain hglp froro any other source. Office strictly private, with special apanmeuia oriamea. Kit. 1. u. rLKHMl.NU, Physician in Charge, No .19 N. 6th St., opposite Frauklin Sqiare. . lyi:l Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Tor the relief and enre of all derange ments in tbe stom ach, liver, and bow. els. They are a mild aperient, and aa excellent purgative. Being purely vge ; table, they contain L xm mercury or mine ral whatever, Kuch serious- sickness and : suffering is preven b ed br their tunelv use; and every family sbonid have tnem on Hani) for their protection and relief, when required. Long experience has proved tnem to be tbe saf est, sorest, and best of ail tha PUIS with which the market abounds. By their occasional ise, tha blood is purified, the eotmptkais ot tbe sys. whole Euaotunary of life restored to ita heal thy activity. Internal organs which become -logged ana siugg-tsn are eieansea ny jitter's mis, ana stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease is changed into health, tbe value of which change, when reckoned on tbe vast multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be computed. . Their sugar eoatluf makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their Virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so that they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are mild, and operate without disturoaace to (ha constitution, or qieti 9? occupation. Full directions are siren on the rmw ta each box, how to use tbem as a Family thy sic, and for the following eomplaiata, whtca Luese Pills rapidly cure : For Draateawia or Ta!(a--Xftlm. aUatfleee-' aea, Iarr and Iaae sir" -A (, they should be uuma meilerawly to stimulate- tne stom ach, and restore its healthy tone and acdon. For JLIver Coaaplsaiat and its various symp toms, JBIliewe i-Mivvck, tiick SI . s Buaiie or tptro) nituwaas, tu- Colte and BllieHna ?, tney shonld be judiciously taken for each ease, to oorrect the diseased action or remove the ob-tructionj wfek-9 cause it. . - - - For Dyaemterr or markeBa,bat ae mild dose is generally required. For BSMisstltai, boat, 43ravrI, lail- SltSatioBi t Hears, Xttisi 1st taw tale, Bsek and Iietsaa, they shouid be contin uously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the system. With such change those complaints disappear. For Droaay and Prepalea.1 wentaujre, thgy should be taken in large and frequent doses to produce tne erfect of a ilrjuo purge. For aaie, a large dose should be taken, as it produces the desired effect by sym pathy. As a Dinner Pill, take one or tatv Till to promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels, restores tbe appetite, and invigorates the system, fence it is often advantageous where no serious derangemaot asiua. (jo wao feels tolerably veil, often finds ihat'.a dose of thase puis makes him Sset decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effact on the digestive apparatus. FBKPAXKD BY Dr. J. C. AYES Jt CO., PrueHemt CkepUstt, ZOJTfLf, MASS., V. 8. FOB 8ALR $T ATX DRUGGISTS EVEKrWHJJUE. Lots of Lots for Sale ! XQflXCL Aoresi Near L. S. 4 M. , Round TIonse, an tri.wntd Btnwt. HOUSE C LOT Corner of East Street and Bank Allev. And other desirable' property lo the Village and at Harbor. Apply lo lSlltf EDWARD H. riTCrl Klln-dred, All Pine jioora o $1.75 to Ti . HE Subscriber, being convinced of necessity of s low priced door, has aude ar rangements to furnish them at las above Astonishing Low Prices Ard all other goods la his line la the same ratio, fui cash, and cash only. Small Profits & Large Sale my motto in the future. A large stock of Sash, Hands, ana uwn cudsiuut am hub. vtvf One Hundred different verialina of WnniitinM. Hesoll Sawls dona on short notice, and WAHBAXTBD TO ulVi aATUFAC IMS. A Large Stock of Michigan Pine on hand. Alioi .ary ttock of SaOlaff. Ceil tug tad ALWAYS ON HAKD. nd before you bay, a ! a to dtrmtn4 alc it an ohjrcf htr lh popl to uy of m: Umo aua Mill ohpuaitcl aarcb I'ttk. i ni AhtalmU.O. II 0.1CI'LLY. ,. ., -, l.--.-o'-.-.. CHOICE FAMII.V Groceries k Provisions ' the Urorerv House of A.H. & E.W. SAVAGE, UiHMts sold as low aa ANY 0TB ER HOUSE . - IN ASHTABULA. Aeents wanted Ont- $12llUlHif at home. tei nis free. T. ly.47-. '! '