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SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE.
Every one who requires the use of Medicines should exercise great care in purchasing none hut Pure, Fresh and First-Class articles, and none hut competent Drug gists should he allowed to fill prescriptions. We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these. "WV have none but new and reliable goods, and a mf.n thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Eecipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. "We guarantee satisfaction in every case. We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, will procure the game on short notice and at rea by on r,-quiite of to A. R. THURBER & CO., Ashtabula House Block. NEW AEEIVAL O B, WEBB & SON'S FOE. THo iTetUL in.3L Winter Tnx&et. AND AS NEAT AND NEW A STOCK OF CLOTHING AS 1 1 I 1 I If IN ASHTABULA COUNTY. : We would say to our patrons and others that we take pride in saying that we do not misrepresent our goods for the sake of trade, you like. We would thank you for past patronage and invite a contmnance or tne same. We are not selfish enough to expect all the trade, but are willing to divide with neighbors. Call and see us and we will show through our stock with pleasure, anil pleasure to yourself, we trust. - Main Street, Ashtabula, Ohio. i II Gray Eair to its original oolor. It is entirely harmless, and free from the cheap and impure ingredients that render many other preparations injurioos. It is exquisitely perfumed, and so perfectly and elegantly prepared as to make it a toilet luxury, indispensable to those 'who have onoe nsed it- It removes Tan druff and stops the wt filling. It renders the Eair vigorous and beautiful It preserve its luxuriance when abundant, and restores its Color and Life when Qray, harsh and decaying. Bold by Druggists and Coalers generally. but a fair honest statement and then do as Is the Best and cleanest prepa ration ever mads for Eastoring ,2 all F. -nccessfullv TVrM lm71 n n a ' in the ttt a mm T" !TI " CTTTNT VY ii li XlX V T BE INSURANCE COMPANY, ' Watertown, N. Y. ' Cash Capital.. - ?no.W? Cart fiurpiiu ,07a 6S Tetal Assets. 894,075 St HOT EXPOSED BY HAZARDOU8.PROPBBTT. The Pioneer Dwelling ffoxise Insurance Company. With large Assets, considering the safety of its risks,. No company can be founded on ? safer basis; its Risks are absolutely safer ban oompauies doing a general business. It . 4nsures nothing more hazardous than - RB J3 I 3D:Hjr0-iO3EJJS.'. It has a large surplus lor policy holders as sets Ui,UiO US. Zoeset Promptly SettletT-andPaid. Ft pays losses from IAghtning, "whether Are 1 ensues or not. No company can be on a sounder basis, and few if any more prosper ous. Its large Re-lnsnranee Reserve, with Its capita l set aside lor tne protection 01 lupot icy holders ."makes tbeni;aoubly secure. 7 J20. N. GREEN, Agent.Ashtsbula, O. efflce Main street, in rear of Dr. H. H. Bartett's Office. Office (day sf onSaturday of eaon weeK. . nSee theJAgent of theLWatertownbefore . you insure. Reference J .B. Tombes, A Co- Grocers, Vmont W I ii Ir Unwh.nt JVI AnMlll for. mer, loaanso Tyler President iLoanssoeia- uon. to Eliln-drxed, All Fine jioor FOB $1.75 to $1.25 THK Subscriber, being con vinoed pt the necessity of a low priced door, has made r rangMBents to furnish them at the above Astonishing Low Prices, Ard all other roods in his line in the same ratio, foi cash, and cash only. Small Profits. & Large Sale Is my mo tto in the future. Alareeetoekof Rash. Blinds, and Doors constantly on hand. Over ' One Hundred different varieties - of Moulding. Scroll Sawing done on short notice, snd WAR&AKTED TO GIVB 8ATISFAC ". ' . TiON. A Large Stock of Jlichigan Pine on hand. , . Alto a .arg stock of Siding, Ceiling and XOORX33-Ga-1 " . kh. ALWAYS ON HAND. Call and see before yon buy, as I tm determined tomske it an object for the people to hoy of me. .iv8! Mi" ""PO'ite Chnreh Psik. Main t Abtabula.Q. . 67 j. C. CTIXEY. SI 0." da7 home, Asrents wanted Ont IZfltana terms free. TSCE tZc ly..l8?i WILLIAM SMITH, IHPoana of SCOTCH GRANITE .MON.UBNTS, . And every description of Polished and Cut Work In red, blue or white granite. Manufacturer of Anertean Granite, Marble t Stone Work. 1iT.i0?J!nUned ln tne best manner. Of-1 Wm iinnZ- i . 4 M. H. Depot, and yna. Humphrey s tor. 1SS2 For Sale. A THREK STORY Brick Block - on Main Street, well located for hn.i. neas. Will take house and lot In part civ pent, on a part of consideration money For full particulars, inquire of U4Q2 EDGAR HALL, AshtahnU.Q. JTeii? Goods! Step in and examine the New CHARLES FROM NKW TOEK AND Brushes, Pocket Books, , HAND FORTHEHOl.iA.YS. Sign of the "Golden Mortci." I I j Goods jnst received by E3. S 7-137.7 CLKVELAND. All kinds of Port Monaies, Perfumes, icei, : A.t.u. 'o Ohio. Ul W c3 r i o - m . r-H 0 a a O .5 o r Oi ' C3 o M o o H CO u CM S o u CO o o Eh cn W O, PS o S3 to .s GO " 0 0 0 u s H-3 e? o o 43 1 O i SO 0 c3 a H ! H ' 'd 5- 'CS-3 3 c ei o rH 43 Hydro Carbon Blacking is the Best Article for LeatLer ever made. It 1 Warranted TO SOFTEN, PRESERVE, BLACK, POLISH MAKE PLIABLE AND WATBIlPnOOP. all kinds of Leather-needing any or all of S-For sale by all reliable dealers.7 ' SMITH A STRONG, Proprietors and Manufacturers. Ashtabula. P., March, 16th. 1878. ia67tf Singer Sewing Machine t. -n 'ft The nvopoi,. ..i . - vea.ra Wh .u . Kncu Jear ror tne last four rtori.al,tb,a SIP i" hiebestoompet- sewlng Mschine with thDy one want"H a . B 1 Ilt;, with the on t v m, W"AOUt. R. L. GROVkR Airflrit . Kingsvllle, Ohio. Farm for Sale! A FARM of 97 icres, elieib!y lo- ZT . . Pn,lne Jenerson road, three miles . ur u.n. a, b. ftauroad and about equi-dlstaot between the A J 4 F. and A Y. P. roads, in good condition a to soil, fence, water, woodland, and orchard for sale on favorable terms.- Inqolre'of ' AshUbola. Oct. 12, 1K7B. tf JAMES REED Jw Goods! mm a it Is is ! j Is llOn i-hlekena. MEDICAL. VEW ART OF PRESERVINii HEALTH; er self-rreservaiioB. Written the Chief Connltiog Pnreician of the old IM penfanr, eetsiifhed tverfortT years. tiealiM all direase vbich fl-h is fceir o Five pei-s illnftmed A-kmiwleik-ed bj the pre. and crit ics the nwt wonilerin! boos erer pnbl shed, tv cry lamily vnoald have a copy. Dr. Fleming eonlrihulion to;,tbe ever-impor Unt I heme will commund more than ordinary al-t-Titioii. fhiladfiphui jHouirer. The bonk treat ipecinclly of .11 diseases to bichnerhl. neirto.-Miiay 7aMrritrf. It rt nh the particular uature of ail tine for the life of mail. AVeniitff Star. ill that tends to the preservation 01 health l cliarared. and thai with delicacy aud correct nti. Philadelphia Age. Of all book ou h.a'lh and the proper means of prolonirin? life to. eood old tee that it ha been oar province to read, we confess to have met with very few that lia cia:med oar attention as the .tio've. Guary't Latin's Book. Dr. Fleming. . practicing and able physician of thie cilv. Kite, in hi admirable book, hundreds valuable hint that are really important to man if he wonld eujoy health and comfort. Cf Item. The work is a most excellent one. sua worthy tbeetndv .nd cootider&tion of those who desire to ne the best mean to preserve health snd strength an advanced asc Mitufoj Time. It is honestly intended to teach peap'.e how to take care of themselves. Henry Ward Bercher. It is worth ten times it price. It tends to good anti only food. Hev. Andrew Manship. The sutbor can he consulted on all disease re quiring skill, secrecy and experience. Address lilt. D. L. FLEMMI.NG, Physician in charpe. No. il9 X. 6th St. Agents wanted to canvass. Drt. D. L. FLEMM1NG. havine been resident fhvsician of one of the largest hospital in thc n'ited State, and havine ma.le special tnrlv of disease of a delicate and secret nalnre. Chief Consulting Phvsician at Ir. N. B. Leidy's Dispen sary for the last nine years, would respeclliilly invite the nnlortunale, young or old. single or married, to call. Delay not. Nearly five thons iind were treated last yeir. And it should he re membered that nearly .11 his patients are such as cannot obtain help Irom any other source. Dr. invites thoae laboring nniier any form of dis ease, such .9 scrofula, nicer, tumors, neart dis ease, liver complaint, pain of the bone, joints, hack, rbenmai ism. .rising from the use 01 mer cury, lost manhood, self abuse, for'etfulness, Eenersl debility, blood, kidneys, nrinary organs, etc. Medieine furnished in all cases. Dr. F.'s diplomas and . meritorious certificate . warded him for hospii.l serv-ce. alwavs hanging in his office, with many other attestations ol merit, wiil salely dUtininrit-h him from ijmoran quack doc tors. Call or address DR. D. L. FLEM ilINO. N'o. Sl N. Sixth Su, opposite Franklin Square. Office hours. H to 1 r. ., 8 to 6 and 6 to 8. FEMALB EEGIXATISG MEDICINES Two third of the bodily suffering females are heir 10 ran be removed by Old DR. LEIDY'S Remedies in a few days, and in most cases, in one day. Mother, danghters, delay noi. Thousands are treated and cured. It should be borne in mine that nearly all ol our patients are snch a cauuot obtain help from any other source. Office etrictly privat6, with special apanments for ladies. DR. D. L. FLEMMIN'li, Phvsician in Charge, No. 219 N. 6th St., opposite Franklin Pqi'.re iviasi is tken internally, and POSITIVKLV ITKK-S Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralgia and I.nnibugo piy-Md by Wholesale snd Retail Druggists everywhere. Send for circular to HELPHEXSTINE RKXTLEY, lyl.195 DruggistB, VVashington, D. C. O fBOn Ppr ,aT at home. Sample Ok) f- ipU worth tl, free. Stixso 4 Co Portland. Maine. Iyimi2. Among the many remedies whicU tve brought to the notice of the Publ-, no one li. attracted so much attention from the ttou V-: ful cures it has performed as LA WSON'S ti ii : I1TK. Itwas discovered byacelebratedchc-mi' of New England while at work in his l.iuor.itj and used by himself and friends and amonsrth. afflicted poor of his neighborhood for many yea before it was put op for sale. It bs stood h test of years with a constantly gro.i '.aft reorr tion until it has become a household nece s V here ver i t is once used in a family that luu. ii will never be without it. From a knowledge of its effects it is re-v.r. -mended by eminent physicians, and by our lcii" LAVSON'S in eitizens, (we refer to onr pamphlet which accompanies each bottle and to be had of c druggists), who cheerfully Kttest to its virtue. . When this Remedy is applied according to d: Tactions, the proprietors do nothesita'e to war rant perfect satisfaction. It aDays laiu sn lnflsnnmsioa from whatever c.iuse. Fo NeitrUpia.ndR"hieuniaciiiiu it has 1" r subjected to the severest tests where medic. . skill and science has utterly failed, ur.d aim been successful. For Lameiiackorni and Pleurisy a few applications hui ahv: . worked a complete core. Krysipl&K,'I ic IJoulonren-: nnd Sc! nal Diaesaea in the most aggravn led for:: have been cured in a short time. In citsos c Itervous or Sick Headache and Ijftj. ache the relief is often almost instantaneo'j.: . CURATIVE. Bnrsa, Scalds, Vonnda, Cuts n-u' Asruiaea are healed with wonderful rapid it: by frequent applications of the CUB ITIVK. I': sore Throat and Uipntberia, Swo len or Stiff Joints and CnllblaiitK, 1: remedy was ever found which would so sprr-. . ly cure by a simple outward application. " Dyspepsia or Acidity of tne Stoma etc., it is taken internally, with a certainty relief. "We ask all who are afflicted with trfe on--. plaints above mentioned to give the CLilAI 1.. fair trial, following the directions faithfn'l and perseveringly, for we do know that it c::rc with singular success. PRICE ONE DOLLAR. Prepared ly the lawaon Chemical Cncp: - CLEVELAND, OHIO. BOLT) S"5T DHUG- A. -H. THURBER A Co., Agt's, Ashtabuln, O Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Far Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such as Cgnghs, Colds, Whooping . COUgh, BrOnChltlB, Awthnr, and Consumption. Among the great discoveries of modem ience, few are of more real value to mankind than this ef- f I V fectual remedv for all 1 i diseases of the Throat A ' A I W1U UUUB. A VOBV trial of its virtues, throughout this and other countries, has shown that it does surely and effectually control them. The testimony of our best citi zens, of all classes, establishes the fact, that Cherrt Pectoral will and does relieve and cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Organs yield to its power; and cases of Consumption, .cured by this preparation, are publicly known, so remarkable as hardly to be believed,, were they not proven beyond dispute. As a remedy, is adequate, on which the public may rely for full protection. By curing Conghs, the 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, tvery family should keep it on hand as a protection against the early and unperceived attack of Pulmonary Affec tions, whjch are easily met at first, but which become incurable, and too often fatal, if neg lected. Tender lungs need this defence; and it unwise to be without It. As a safeguard to children, amid the distressing diseases which beset the Throat and Chest of childhood, Cherrt Pectorai is Invaluable; for, by Its timely use, multitudes are rescued from premature graves, and saved to the love and affection centred on them. It acts speedily and surely against ordi nary colds, securing sound and health-restoring sleep, No one will suffer troublesome Infliw enza and painful Bronchitis, when they know how easilv they can be cured. Originally the produot of long, laborlons, and successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil spared In making every bottle in the utmost possible perfection. . It may be confidently relied npon as possessing all the virtues it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing cures as memorable as the greatest it has ever effected. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical sad Analytical Chemists. SOLD BT ALL OBUOOISTS EVERYWHERE. nit"M inirg.iol S Hi Hlll A FINE STOCK STATIONERY! CONFECTIONERY & CIGARS, can always be found at the Central News Room. All the Leading Papers and Magazines. My stock is laree ' of the best 'aunllrv. and fresh. ltj C. M. HKXDKRKOX. NOTIONS. Millinry, Wall P.ipers, WINuOW tJLASS, BfBY CAEHIAGES, BIRD ;auus. Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Mncar.lncp, Krme. Pictures, riclnre LEAXDER LY N. , 1 fonneant. O. Something Hvory Poultry Hnlarr Need.. Oowrtpy do's Infallible cure and prevoh- Ol Chlll.-ru 1 ,u.lt. ..n.l . I., Try n buttle, price 7. centH. sent tfinny HddrCMH. I.ll.r .flsrount to I he trade. .,irenf.H u-iintM,! it....... !i,-, 1.-1,1 . i Thllndplphla. . . ; j . - ' "Lord! Won't They be Surprised." The following story was told by General Slneum in a siieech to. the Independent Deinocra'.ie t'ommittee in Brooklyn, X. J., just after the late election: "A few month after I was sent West, during the late war, 1 met one of the most accomplished generals who have ever worn the American uniform I refer to General McPherson. We had been at West Point together, and this was our first meeting since we had left the academy. In talking of the scenes thmngta which we had passed since we parted at West Point our'conver sation turned upon the battle 'of Pittsburg Landing, where McPherson acted as Chief of Staff to General Grant. McPherson de scribed to mehe disasters of the first day cf that great battle of how he had been compelled from hour to hour during the whole day to be the bearer of bad news to his chief. It was a succession of reverses from morning to night. When night came on and it was becoming too dark for the en emy to continue the fight, McPherson rode up to Grant, who coolly said to him, 'Well, Mac, how do things look? 'Bad enough, General. We have lost, I think, about one-half our artillery and at least a third of the infantry. Our line is broken in sev eral places, and we are pushed bactt as you see. pretty near the bank of the nver.' Grant made no reply, and McPherson be coming a little impatient, finally said to him, 'Well, General, under these circum stances, what do you intend to do? Do! Why, 1 shall reform the lines and attack them at daybreak. Lord! won't they be surprised.' Grant executed his plan to the letter, and before 9 'clock next ruormng the enemy was flying in every' direction. Whatever may be a man's occupation, if he meet ith disaster. I know of no better motto for him to adopt than the words of General Grant: 'Keform the lines and at tack them at daybreak.'" , To all those of our Democratic friends who thought the Post-office within their grasp and whose famished condition sug geits the figure ot the hungry dogs looking through the fence into the bone yard, with the drool of expectation dripping from their elongated lips, we would recommend for their consolation, a calm reading of the following chapter from their disappointed fellow patriot and sufferer, Xasby: Nasby is bowed down with despair. He writes to The Toledo Blade that the hearts of the citizens of the Corners are nearly broken, adding : "The iron hez entered all our soles. A nigger will be coutinnered in the post-offis, and I, wich am entitled to the place, will hev to'live in a desultory manner all the remainder uv ray life. I shel never be postmaster. Four more veers out uf place will kill me. Before another elecks'ien ther will be an unmarked grave at the Corners, and ef, perchance, there shel be a pine slab set into it, the inscrip tion will be: 'Died uv a broken heart and unwarmed bowels.' " War was proposed with this result; "The war sperit lifted up the face uv every man in the room with a demoniac glare. I never saw sich yoo nanimity nor sich a self-sacrificing sperit. 'War ! war ! agin the yoosurper !' wuz the cry uv every wun uv em, and ez if by one impulse they marched out uv Bascom's to the meetin-house and organized a mettin. 'No eouipennise ! Xo yeeldin I' shouted the entire uieetin; 'we wUl die rite here, or anywhere, in defense of our rites.' "Gen tlemen," sed I, in my capassity uv perpet yooal cheerman,'is it yoor purpus to march to wunst onto Washington, and lay down ver lives ther, or will yoo devastate the al lishn parts uv Ingeany and Ohio, till sich time ez the Dimocrisy uv the other Suites sheljineus? 'To Washington,' shouUd Issaker; 'the Treasury is there I' Injeany aud Ohio !' said McPelter; 'them States is rich in hosses and sich I' 'Aud in the suthern part uv em ther is distilleries !' seu Deekin Pogram, quietly but determinedly. Jist at this critkle moment Joe Bigler ap peered at the door, and whispered to Square. McGrath that hostilities mite commence to wuust, and a glorious beginnin mite be had, for a Yoonited States Marshel, wich wuz in the visinnity looking after some crookid whiskey, hed heerd uv the proseecl ins, and wuz on his way ther to arrest the entire metin fortreasonable proseedins, and in a niinnit the intelligence wuz all over the house. The Avengers put their revol vers in their pokkits, and a distressin still nis pervaded the meetin. Silence wuz bio ken by Issaker Gavitt. 'Parson,' sed he, 'woodent it be well enuff to destroy that roll?' I diil. it promptly. My presence uv mind don't often forsake me." The New York Herald is not a Republi can paper has little, if any, sympathy with the party. It gave its support to Tilden during the campaign, although it regarded Gov. Hayes with admiration. Alter elec tion it claimed a victory for Mr. Tilden, but, seeing the crisis into which the coun try is being drawn by the "Democratic' leaders, it calls a halt. The following sol id, substantial talk is condensed from a re cent leading article in that paper: "If President Grant has violated the Con stitution, as some of the Democratic lead ers so confidently charge, we say, let him be impeached. "If, in sending the troops to New Or leans, to Columbia, to laliahassee, he has broken a law or a Constitutional provieion let min De nnpeaenea. "If, in what he has said and done with in a few days past, he has attacked the lib erties of the country, or has broken his offi cial, oath, or set at naught any Constitution al safe-guard whatever, we repeat, let him be impeached. "If, in his order to General Sherman the other day, he broke a law of the land, let him be impeached. "If, in his order to Gen. Ruger to see to it that the lawful custodians of the ballots should be protected in Florida in a peace- iui count, me rresiueni vioiaiea tne uon stitution, let him be impeached. "If, in his order to Gen. Hunt in. Soqth Carolina, to the same effect, he has broken his oath to maintain and defend the Con stitution, let him be impeached-. "If it is asserted or insinuated that he has given or sent to these officers any secret instructions violating the Constitution, let him be impeached, and let these officers, who are men of honor, soldiers of hifrh re pute, who have offered their Kves for their country-let them be summoned to the bar of tne House to bear witness. They will tell the truth. 'Thi3is not a time to be playing with fire; but, if the Democratic leaders mean to do so, we warn them that they will get their own fingers burned. It will not do for the Democratic politicians to let it be understood that they do not mean to abide bv any just or lawful verdict which the peo ple may give, it will not no ior them now, when nothing is decided, to hint or thrust- en about what they will do if the issue goes against them. The people of this coun try have not forgotten 1861, and they do not mean to be dragged into another war by a set ol men the burden of whose blun ders and wicked ambitions wa are still bear ing. It is a good time for child's play, and it is a very bad time for incendiary asser tions and insinuations. If the Democratic leaders are statesmen, if they are anything higher then unscrupulous demagogues. tney must see that this is a time conspicu onsly for moderate speech, for mutual eon ciliation, conservative language aud con duct, for instructing their people in the ways oi peace ana nonor. His Pathetic Article. On the Bay City train coming down yes terday was a passenger whose strange ac tions drew the attention of every one in the car. He had a newspaper in one hand and a handkerchief in the other, and he would read for a minute or two and then turn away and weep. After this action had con tinued for some time-one of his fellow pas- sengers approacneo mm auir venueny re- markea: "My frjend, yon seem to feel sorrow ful." - ' "So I do," was the choked reply. "Have you had some great bereave ment?" "Not very lately. I was reading a pa- tnetic article is tins paper, ana it calls up ota recollections. "Let me see it," asked the gentleman. and taking the paper he found that the ar ticle commenced .with. "All persons are hereby forbidden to trust my wife after tins date, as she has leu my bed and board," and so forth. He didn't know what to say in reply, and as he handed the paper back without a word, the grief -stricken man remarked: "1 haven't been so affected in fifteen years!" "Why, what has this to do with you?" was the surprised query. "Th-there's a fond wife turned out on on the. world." replied the weeper; "no home, no cash, no credit. Poverty drives her to sleep in a barn. During tho night she rolls off the hay-mow, strikes on the famiing-tuill, breaks her neck, aud is found dead the next day I the husband and seven children gather around the body, and and but can ynu imagine that ace no and not weep? Lenil me some of that, tobacco and leave me iilcnie wilh my grief. I feel like ti -spring break-up, mull know it's b.-: ler for the system than quinine." Tnevs'uxid back and let him grieve, and lie didn't seem U get over it a bit until he saw a dog-fight on the platform at n ta-tion.- That entered his soul like a r.iy of sunshine, and as the train moved on he stood up and said: 'TU bet any cadaver in this car $5 that the wall-eyed dog gets licked !" Detroit Free Press. LEGAL. Notice of Filing Petitio' J. L. CHAFIN, an.1 Marv R Chapin, of Crawford County. Pa. I. W. ChHpiii, of Dover in the State of New Harooshire; Nathaniel Bonnell. KlizHiKth Bonn ell. and Ezra N. Bonnell. whose phH-en of residence are unkown, will take notice that Georire Cireen of the County of Aehtabuln. in the State of Ohio, did on the 9th day of No vember, A. I- WTti. file his petition in tho Conrt of Common Pleas, within and for the Countv of Ashtabula, Ohio, aeainst the ;'d J. L.MaryD., and D. W. ''hapin, and Na thamel, Elizabeth, and Ezra N. Bonnell, and Harvey N. Clark, defendants, settinff forth that said Nathaniel and Elizabeth Bonnell on the 24th day of July. eave their two certain mortajres on fifty-seven and seven ty eieht one hundredths acres of land in the middle part of lot i, section 1. in the -township of Sheffield in said County, one to said Exra Bonnell to secure the payment of l ,-, and to one the said Harvey N- Clark to secure the payment of X.'2l, acctirdtne to 2 certain notes referred to in said morteases, rind both, of which said notes and mortsrasres are now owned by said plaintiff and since the eivins of said mortSHffes the other defendants eiim some interest in said premises: and praying that said Nathaniel Bonnell may pay the sums now claimed to be due on paid nutes and mortffaees. amounting to Si, 075.35, with interest on 1.(HH) thereof from July 2Jth. A I. I"W?t and on 75 35 thereof from September 24th, A. P. payable annually, ot that, said premises be sold to pay the same; and the said deienants are notified that they are each required to-tppear and answer said pe tition on or before the third Saturday after the lttth day of December nxt EDW AUD H. FITH, , Attorney for Plaintiff Dated Ashtabula, Nov. 9th. l7ti. ti ioi. GRAND RIVER INSTITUTE, AcsnxBmG, omo. J. TUCKERMAIT, PL D., Principal trvThe place to get a GOOD BUSINESS EDUCATION. f,The place to PREPARE FOR TEACH ING. B-The place to PREPARE FOR COLLEor. Winter Term llealns Tuesday De HllMii rrnibrr 51 h. Contraction or Inflation ! Gold or Greenbacks. This is The Great Question ! of the Politicians, bnt in these hard times the question of greatest momeut to many is How Can Money be Saved ? AND EXPENSES REDUCED? While my good neighbors were making their t re in en don purchase?, buying all the Bankrupt Stocks in New York, I succeeded in securing some rial bargains, taking only THE BEST GOODS, eolicited personally, aided by greenbacks ana .Jong experience. These goods ara now arriving daily and are on . . exhibition AT THE OLD STAND, BOTH ON THE OUTSIDE AND INSIDE, as the quality of the goods will stand the test ol daylight. It is true that oods are very cheap, hat lome goods are d.r even when i"V:i33rz.A."w-.A.-5r : for every sensible person knows that XXX Sn pertiae Klonr can't be bought in any market fur me price oi oran, ana wnen nran price is paid, I is preuy sure 10 ne nrau, anq poor i tnat. My Stock is Full and Complete in .r STAPLE & FANCY " DRV GOODS DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, j NOTIONS. KNIT GOODS, '. BOOTS, SHOES - AND RUBBERS A Comparison of Quality and I Price is Solicited. B. L. MORRISON. ' Oct. 14, 1878. '.'"OYSTERS. Si MALT BY' S Old Reliable Brands Received Daily by Express And for Bale by O. Burrell, At Stall's Shoe Store, Opposite Express Office, JVIala St., Ashtabula, O. ftml.lKt 3 0 tr ims WANTED. I will 1'uy the HIGHEST CAUJI PRICKS for all klniln of 1 XJ 3Ft !3 . at my place, opposite the Express Office, Main st Ashtabula. ImMlH C. nt RlUI.U CD Notice. AND HAULERS will take notice Minl the road to the beach, formerly own ,i iw l Itnril. Is now in the tuiKMMMliii uf the undersigned. Those In want of sand, may inlv in ins resilience ior tne Key. - 11. It. WMJKKH. Ashtabula Harbor, Nov. 4, K17H. I ml. Charles E. Swift, DEALER IN Drags & Medicines, I Family Groceries I Sojp, Brushes I Fancy Toilet Articles! VULCAN IRON WORKS manufacturers ol PORTABLE, STATIONARY A HARINft ENGINES! al?o SHAFTING, PULLEYS, HANGERS, &c. Cas Pipe & Fittings on hand and got to order.? Also BRASS A MALLEABLE IRON ISTEAM KIT TINGS, Engine, Boiler anrt Mill Gearing, and Castings of Every Description VFp would call attention to onr New Stvle or FARM ENGINBard BOILER for Tlireshiuir and Wood-Sawing, and for general farm work etc. We also manufacture UPRIGHT & CIRCULAR SAW MILLS to older. Also. Cider Mills, Cheese and Jack Screws on hnnd and made to order. Brass and iron Castings made to order. Those wishing anvthine in our line, wonld do veil to call and see na before purchasing elsewhere Office and works corner Nathan and Camp sts., Ashtabula, O. L. B. McNUTT A BROTHER. 135S Proprietors. Heal F.Male, iDftnranre, Loan and Collection Agency, at Ashtabula, Ohio. HKNHT FiSSETT respectfully an nounces that he will hereafter give his atten tion to a General Agency business. A Choice Farm of 45 acres In Plymouth, with good buildings, fruit and living springs, t all on Zadock Mann on premises, or at this agency. Real Estate purchased, sold, and rented. Fire and Life Tnsnrance Policies issued in the best of American aud European Com panies. Loan Negotiated Parties having mon ty to lend can do so through this Agency to eheir advantage. Collections. Prompt attention given to collecting and securing claims in any part ot Northern Ohio. Deeds, Contracts, Wills, and other writings made without delay. FOR SkLE at above Agency an 86 acre farm in Plymouth a very desirable home. A good dairy farm of 2W acres in Sheffield onlyo miles from Ashtabula. Dwelling Houses in the village of Ashtabu la. Building Lots in the village and on North Ridge I'M). Groceries & Provisions. look; in and eee the improvement that W. REDHEAD has made in his old store. Having built over and added on to his old store, and replenished his stock with a large assortment of New Goods of Every Descrip tion, usually fonnd in a First Claee Grocery Store. He invitee hie old friend and customer, and the pub lic in genera 1 1 to call and examine bis goods and compare quality and prices before purchasing else pbere His Goods are new and fresh, and will be sold for Cash as low as a like quality of goods can be sold bv any house in town. He has a mil line of Sugars, Teas, Coffee3, Spices, also a full assortment of Fruits, Nuts and Con fectionery, togeth er with the Choicest Srands of TOBACCO AND CIGAES CA33ED GOODS A SPECIALTY ! Cove Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines, Peaches, Toma toes, Green Corn, Lima Beans, &c. A full supply of FRESH GARDEN SAUCE. PLANTS A VEGETABLES. RECEIVED FROM. THE GARDENS EVERY DAY. Also A?ent for the celehated Buffalo Cream Ales & Porter, from the oH MoiTatt Brewery) which he keeps on hand by the barrel, half barrel, and quarter, and on draft, to suit customers, not to tie drauk on the premises. Retail dealers will And it to their advantage to buy of him, and save drayage. 1327tf W. REDHEAD T RIDDELL'S STORE ! you can save money by purehasng Teas, Coffees, Sugars, PICES, SOAPS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS SXTJFP, POWDER, SHOT, PORK, and everything ln the LARD FISH OIL, Grocery and Provision line andjalso. Gents' Underwear. Scarfs, and Hosiery, and Ladies'! Felt Skirts, Nubias, SCARFS, HOSTKRY, GLOVES AND ,. . NOTIONS. 49-Please call and examine good and prices. Remember the place, A. H. TYLER S riRrrK BLOCK. OPPOSITE n I del oil's Store. Highest Cash Price paid for Produce. l:m K. HIDDRLL. J. M. WILCOX. Baa opened a new and wo eelcctei stock Foreiffn & Domestic Cloths CArilMBRES AND VESTING3. aud SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, SUSPKNDKKS, HANDKERCHIEFS and rvrviliiii(r usnally ki'pt 111 a first class M'r rharn Tsilnrliii; Kslahil-hmi'lit. On Mala .Street, iiuxt door to Newhrry's drug store. " PRICES BFIOW COMPETITION. VHhimI miiie nefore purchasing elsewlier tnr EDW. G. HATS AND CAPS, GENTS' FURIISHING GOODS! 810,000 .IVif? Goods ! FOR FALL & WINTER Having reducer! my old stock from last Spring and winter, lover than it hax leen since 18G5, 1 have now replenished with an entire new Stock of Goods, purchased for Cash, which I propose to SELL FOR CASH! MEVS CLOTHING, YOUTH'S CLOTHING, BOYS' CLOTHING, CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, Mens Over Coats,; Youth's Over Coats, Boys' Over Coats, Children's Over Coats BOYS' UATS, YOUTHS' HATS, MEN'S HATS, CHILDREN'S HATS, MEN AND BOYS' CAPS- Gents' Underwear, Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs' Sleeve Buttons, Studs, kc, Suspenders, a large line of ,Liuen Collars, also DIAMOND SHIRT, Tne Best White Shirt made. Leather Bags, Knit Jackets, Over-Alls, Woolen Shirts, Cotton Hose, Woolen Hose, Kid Gloves, Dog-Skin Gloves, Castor Gloves Buck Gloves, Buffalo Robes, fcc. PIERCE. -AXE STOCK! JVeiv Goods ! THE TRADE OF 1876-7 NEW GOODS I The underslened has lately loceived from New York a Large Stock of Drugs & Medicines, and CHOICE GROCEBIES and has now on sale 10 bbls A. 4 B. COFFEE SUGARS. " 10 bhle extra While C COFFEE SUGARS, S hhds PORTO RICO A N. O. SUGARS. ISO CRUSHED SUGARS. GRANULATED SUGARS. POWDERED SUGARS. Porto Eico Molasses & Choice Syrups. COFFEES OF ALL GRADES Raw, Burnt and Ground. T 313 3 , All Grade, coil prising GUN POWDER, YOUNG HYSON. JAPAX OOLONG. or BLACK. SPICES, Whole or- Ground and warranted Pore. PEPPER, . SPICE, , CINNAMON, CLOVES, NUTMEGS, MACE, GINGER, SAGE, SUMMER SAVORY. Eic, Eic, Etc. RICE, SALERATUS. YEAST CAKES & POWDERS SOAPS 6r Description. STARCH. Oswego Pure. In Bnlk o'ewegotlj ver Gloss, in 1 pound papers. Oswego weiro C Starch In 1 ft papers. Durrea's Satin Gloss In 1 pound paper Canned Fruits & Vegetables SARDINES. CALIFORNIA SALMON, RAISINS & PRUNES JELLIES, TAPIOCA, COCOA, BECKER'S FARINA Codfish, Mackerel, Pork and iiams. WBEAT FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR INDIAN MEAL, WHITE BEANS, DRIED APPLES POTATOES, BUTTER. LARD, - nd almost averylhlne ele In the Grocery line tor saie ww. GSO. WILLARD. a.htabnla. Per. 1. ITi. u SOMETHING NEW I Startling but True I & Nue Present for Christmas for Everybody of the trouble and worry of hunting fur something "suitable" and at a moderate price, can be found amon the Holiday Stock of New Goods Just reteiTed. hA.SY CHAIRS, CAMP CHAIRS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, HAT RACKS, and other goods In endless variety, at Prices that Defy Competition, Remember that these ?ojd are a specUlrr for tar Holiday, and 11 job wish to aecare bargains "COME EAT Y AND OFTEN," Xo charge for ahowln; foods' and no on Insist ed upon to bar. If ron wish tn omnt hr tha at- fer.cUi .' JOHN DTjono'a, . an Main Street, Ashtabols d be eonTlnced that "seel-ig Is belterlng." ISM CARRIAGE WORKS. The subscribers hare taken the shop is The old "Phonix Block," Vhers they are prepared, with the best of work-: men, to do ANT KIND OF WORK, for the supply of the Horn Xarket, such aa CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, AN3 SPR1X3 " . WAGONS,, . Which will be built upon honor, of the BEST UATKRIAL. in both Metal and Wood. of the beat workmanship and In the latest style. HaYing cast their lot amon this people, tkejf hope for a recognition and snare of patronatce. PAINTING Y TRI.nif IS rom Country Shop solicited. THORPB PFAF. AshUbnla. Beewuner ll'h. 1T. Lots of Lots for Sale! 18 3.e& Aorea, r L. 9. A M. 8. 'Minnri Rouse, M vriewold (Street. HOUSE LOT; Corner jnf Eas t Street and Bank Alky. And? hrr d. sirahle" property In the Village and at. Marbor Apply l Mlllt KUH AaU H. PITCH