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Shoulder Braces, Abdominal Supporters Specialties In Toilet Goods. A. R. Thurber &Co. Call at SWIFT'S Drug Store. and See the Assortment of Perfumery , Brashes, Soaps and Toilet Goods display ed. THE TELEGRAPH FKLDAY. NOV. 1st, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. Mayor Morrison is in New York. Wood wanted on subucripticm withmi delay. The Council meets next Wednesday evening. Mrs. Dr. Hall and family left for S;ijri naw on Thursday morning last. W. S. Deming of New Lyme is re ported not to be in sound health. Capt. Stiles made our sanctum a call last Tuesday, in a very comfortable happy state of mind. Thursday morning Mr. E. H. Gilkey shot a wild duck on the creek at the Harbor that weighed five pounds. The rear room of the second floor of the Loan Association building is to be oc cupied by Mr. John T. Strong, ' attorney. Remember the poor in forecasting Thanksgiving. The village editor could dispose of say a ten or twelve pound tur key. Miss West of Kingsville has been chos- " en to fill the place made vacant by the res ignation of Misf Sullivan, in the C. Gram mar school. A retinue of circus wagons, horses, tent poles, &c., halted for the night here on Monday last, on its way to Girard, for Win ter quarters. Officer Scoville thinks he knows who it was that made a raid upon the house of Rev. Mr. McGiffert, on Sunday night and has been on trail since. The Reporter says a letter in cypher wasjfound on the premises of Lee Loomis. Buglars and petty thieves do not commonly resort to this vehicle of secrecy. Mr. L. G. Hanna, who formerly had charge of the coal and iron ore business of L. Hanna & Co., at this harbor, is now treasurer at the Opera House, Cleveland. -r-Snow on Monday moming ws appa- rnt hereabouts, an4 at porset an-, neighr bqrhood, we hear that it lay to tLt depth of three inches. Snow also covered the earth in Cleveland, - Mr. A. W. Fairbanks, formerly pub lisher of the Cleveland JLerali and since engaged in the job printing business in that city, made an assignment to Mr. Sam Bnggs, for the benefit of his creditors last Wednesday. At the Teachers' Examination at Or well last Tuesday, there were 41 applicants; 13 ladies and 28 gentlemen. Of the appli- cants at the Conneaut examination, 20 have received certificates. The next examina tion will be at Andover, on Tuesday, the 5th iost. The oyster shnckers at Baltimore went on a strike last Monday, aud at this writing are still out. The result is there are few oysters to be had here and other towns that depend pp Baltimore for their, supply fare the same. It is expected the strike will soon end. , Mr. Levi B. Hoffmau, of Plymouth, 13 suffering from a lame and crippled arm and shoulder, the effect of a fall some week ago, from the head of a barrel, upon which he was riding over uneven ground, near his cider mill. The escape without broken bones is fortunate. rrThe Sch'r JL Capron was alive with mice when she reached Conneaut Harbor for winter quarters. Fumagating brought the little varments out to draw around the fires,, and The Reporter says that two bush els of them were gathered up. Does any body question that statement? Mush and milk is the refreshment of fered at the festival of the Literary Society of Kingsville, on the evening of the first prox, If we can give it something of the pharapter of a rarity or luxury, perhaps we shall take to it the more readily,' when the times close up a little tighter, and require it. Gaius W. St. John, late of the Rock Creek House, who has been filling the place of laudlord of the Exchanga Hotel, Austin burg, died on Monday of last week, of bow el disease contracted in the army, having served as a member of the 29th, O. V. I. The remains were taken to Rock Creek for burial. T-Geu. W. H. Gibsou, of Tiffin, O., wilj deliver a temperance lecture at Smith's op era house, Monday evening, Nov. 4th. Gen. Gibson is well known as one of tl e finest speakers in the county, and it is hoped that he will be greeted with a full house. Admission free, and a cordial invitation is extended to all. The new arrangement for ordering goods from other towns through the Amer ican Express Co., is proving a great accoin inodation to the public, and is liberally patronized at the Ashtabuja office. Good's ordered Irbm Cleveland in the morniitg are, received here the same day, when the order is promptly filled by tho house addressed. The great viaduct that unites Cleve land with its western suburb, with its four teen arohes, its extent of a half mile and iu pst of pear 2,25Q,0OQ. approaches com pletion, and before the new year comes in, will be in the full enjoyment of the people of our northern metropolis an enduring monument of their undaunted energy and intripidily. The Peach Blow potatoes must be considered a failure, and no longer to be relied upon in this vicinity. For several aeaaona they have rotted so badly as to shako. t&e laith ' of those who planted them. Tne present. season has confirmed the worst opinions, and the crop to a considerable extent has been a total failure. Some new variety must be introduced. Mr. C. G. Griffey of the Negaunee Herald, was, at a Republican Convention i.fihe First DiMrict of Marqnett County unanimously nominated to represent that DUtru-t in tho legislature of Michigan. Clint, will no doubt prove a competent legislator equal to any trust or duty that mav fall nnon him. It is lather pleasing to see onr Ashtabula boys thus making a place and position for themselves in their respective places of adoption. The close of the year is drawing near, and the time is at hind for reminding our customers that we would like to close up all opeu accounts, and begin to receive new names for the new year, foere is uo need of waiting ami! the arrival of the New Year,' as new subscribers will only be charged f 3 for the Telegrbph from this time diiuI Jm. HSO. Tim-e who have agreed to pay iu wikkL c.tiiiiot du le't-r than to hasten up the deliy,-ry of t tie wood while the roads afforl good traveling. On Mondav nilit. between twelve aud one, the house of George Russell was en tered by raising a window of the parlor. Mrs. Rus!!l ws disturbed, and suspect ing that burglars were about, made noise by coughing, to warn iht-in of the fact that they wcr heird. AfterJ a few minutes, i-he became satisfied that there was go.! ground for tier suspicions, and nw:tk-i:rd Mr. Russell. The noise made by his getting up started the marauders, aud they esc-aed through the front door that they had opened for facilitating es cape. Our citizens should have an arsenal of arms at band so thai they could wing their game aud bring it within reach. The excellent series of papers that have appearedjn Scribner's Monthly, by Mrs. Burnett "That Lsso" LowrieV having been brought to a close, are at Hie same time brought together into one volume, and the publishers have been so kind as tc favor us with a copy. As the reading in numbers of most any work, usually fails to come up to the full measure of saiisfac tiou, we feel grateful for the work in it: entire continuity, that it mav be read and enjoyed without loss una interruption Those who have tried to read it in the nuru bers, as well as all those who refuse to be Vexed ill that way. will be pleased to get it in the engrossed from, as a work of such absorbing interest should be. The steamer Metropolis will arrive in Cleveland the LA of this week and be laid up at once, thus bringing to an end for the season the series oi trial trips which she made to see it there was any chance for a new line of steamers between that port and Bay City. It is understood that she was well enough patronized to make that que, tion no loneer an open one with her own ers, and with the opening of next season travel another steamer will be put on as a sister boat, the Metropolis was thorough ly overhauled not long ago, and is in fine tnm, but during the winter ber machinery will be changed so as to increase her rate of speed very materially. As mentioned in the f ree f ress some time ago, she is now owned by llarmon & Crowl, of Cleveland, who are quite able to keep in existence any line that they see nt to start. t ree stress. The old established newspapers of the countv are brushing up and improving wonderfully of late, i he Ashtabula lele- graph, one of the very best of our ex changes, comes to hand creatlv enlarged and improved. It was a first class paper belore enlarging, and now it is better than ever, success to it. Conneaut Lxpress. We have always appreciated generous feel ing and reciprocity among cotemooraries, when practible, and are not, therefore, in sensible of such evidence of it as the above. Indeed, we are not above a little weakness in these matters, for we sometimes feel that a clever expression like this, makes all out milk of human kindness come down at once. We always knew that Bro. Davidson had a warm heart and graceful pen, and the Express only confirms and exemplifies that opinion. Like the soul of old John Brown, may he alwavs be found inarching pn. burglars visited the house of Rev. Mr. McGiffert on Sunday evening last, entering through the kitchen window in the rear. They passed through the dining room leav ing the door open into the sleeping apart ment of Mr. McQiffeFt, taking his watch a gold one and two suits of clothes belong- ng to that gentleman, and a box of jewel ry of Mrs. McGiffert's, and an overcoat be longing to their son Arthur. The suit of clothes worn by Mr. Arthur McGiffert on the Sabbath, which had been hung up in his room on the second floor, on retiring, were found upon the floor, evidence that is room had also been visited. The room f Miss Sophia McGiffert, occupied by her self and Miss Grace Hall, also on the second floor, was entered and a pair of valuable bracelets, the property of Miss Hall, taken. The purse of Mrs. McGiffert lying quite handy, and the portmonnaie of Mr. M. in an overcoat pocket, hanging near the over coat taken, yere pot molested. "The value f the property taken is estimated at about $125, and embraced Mr. McGiffert's best suits. Several other minor articles of clothing were also taken. The family re tired about 10 o'clock and did not know that the house hail been so familiarly and uncermoniously visited until rising in the morning, apd finding the window and doors open. The success of the burglar in thus enter ing three rooms that were occupied, is pret ty good evidence that professjohal'skill had something to do with the transaeiton. Mrs. Ball, the mother of Mrs. Dr. Hall, who was stopping'with the family before their departure for Saginaw, says she heard some one. moving about the house about 2 o'clock, but supposed it was some mem ber of the family. A special to the Cleveland Herald from Conneaut, under dale of gjth, says the res idence of Calvin Pool, of that place, was burglanously entered on Friday night last. and a watch and $80 taken from beneath Mr. P's pillow. The house of Dr. Merriam was also entered but in passing to the room of one of the family the burglar was met ty a watch-dog. A hasty retreat followed. Two Conneaut young men were suspected and tracked to Ashtabula Harbor, where they were arrested, examined and released. Mr. Brown, a farmer living four mile? west of Connoaut, discovered that his barn had been entered Saturday night and twenty- five bushels of wheat taken. The thieves were traced by their wagon to the house of one Loomis, where the brothers lived. An officer searched the premises and found some of the wheat, also produce of various kinds, groceries, silverware, tools, and many articles which had been stolen from time to time in Conneaut some of it from Hollis' hardware store. On Tuesday morning a gentleman by the name of Scott, from Conneaut, secured the services of Officer Scoville of Ashtabula, and searched the house of a Mrs. Smith, the mother of the brothers. R n,l l Loomis, on a street between the village and the L. S. station, where they found seven bags ot wheat the balance of that stolen from Mr. Brown of Conneaut. It was boxed up and deposited in an out-house. fcmpty bags, with Mr. Brown's name upon them, were found in another box, covered with shavings. A. singlo bag was also found, bearing the name of Dr. Hubbard, carrying the idea that the Doctor had suf fered from similar depredations. Four large cheese were also found. One of these was secreted in the bed, upon - which Mrs. Smith, sat while Officer Seville was pur suing the seaieh. The three others were packed in a barrel so tightly, that to get'at them it was nec -ssary to beat in the head. These goods wore taken to the engine house on Center street, and are held by Officer Scoville for identification. Women's Temperance Union 17th District. The Women's Christian Temperance Union of the 19th Congressional District met iu Convention at Ashtabula, Oct. 16, soon after 2 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Wood- bridge, presiding. Mrs. Bateham of Painesville led the de- I votional meeting.continuing until 8 o'clock, A business session then began. J. Secretary of the former meeting being ab sent no report of the proceedings was pre sented. Mrs. J. G. Fraser of Madison, was chosen Secretary. Bv request the Secretary read the Con sritiiiinn recommended for the use of Dis trict Unions. Mrs. Phinney of Geneva moved that this Constitution be adopted article by article. It was so adopted with some changes nnc: additions. Mrs. Brown of Trumbull Co.. Mrs. Hick son and Mrs. Woodard of Lake Co., Mrs. Eames and Mrs, Phinney of Ashtabula Co. were chosen a committee on nomination aud requested to report the day following. The Cha-ir appointed Mrs. Phinney, ol Geneva. Mis. Bateham, of Painesville, and Mrs. Brown, of Warren, a Committee on Resolutions. Wednesday Evening. The Convention opened with a few moments spent in d votional exercises conducted by Mrs. Smith of Madison. Mrs. Eaines, of Ashtabula, theu gave few appropriate words of welcome in be half of the ladies of Ashtabula, who we are sorrv to say. were not present except in very small numbers. Mrs. Brown, of Warren, responded, pre senting many reasons for encouragement particularly in view oT the certainty that the Lord of Hosts is our helper. Would that more had been preseut to hear these helpful words. Mrs. Bateham, of Painesville, followed with an affectionate tribute of memorial to the late Mrs. Young, of Puinesville, and Mrs. McLain. of Warren, both most faiih ful temperance workers in this district. Mrs. Woodbridge spoke a few words on the various needs of the Temperance cause iu this State, after which the meeting closed. Thursday Morning. The session opened with the reading of the 37tb Psalm, by the President, aud prayer by Mrs. Hickson Mrs. Phinney, of Geneva, presented the advantages of auxiliaries. She made prominent the idea that the few who stand by this temperance work would often be come discouraged and give up, were it not for the help and encouragement of similar and higher organizations. These auxil iaries seem essential to persistenr "effort, Several ladies followed, all ginncr the line testimony. Reports of county business then followed. Miss Coons, of Tongalnn, Miss., gave a brief account of effects of the temperance work among the Freedman, among whom she is laboring. Tlmrtday P. M. This session was open ed with praver, offered by Mr. Phinney of Geneva. Mrs. J. C. Bateham gave an address on Temperance in the Sunday school and Week Day school, which was very practical and suggestive. She thought there was great. hope for the Temperance caiise if we can hold the children under good Temperance training. Intemperance seems to be the basis of so many other sins. The whole address was full of helpful suggestions. Mrs. Brown, of Warren, told us of Tem perance work in one Sunday School in Warren which was exceedingly interesting. Mrs. Hickson spoke on Juvenile Societies, giving her experience in organizing and carrying them on. Mrs. Woodbridge brought to the atten tion of the Convention, a variety of Tem perance literature, especially the paper 'Our Union." The Committee on Resolutions reported: 1st That we thank our Divine Master for success attending work for Temperance iu our State and country, and recognize the value of organized self-denying labor of women, and be j ne sensible that our sup- cess depends upon our prayers, we recon)-: mend the observance of the 25th of Oc to iler as a day of special prayer for the na tional organization. 2nd That while we nray most earnestly and beseechingly for the success of the Temperance cause, we will not withhold the means required for the successful ex ecution of the work in town, county, dis trict, State and nation. 3d that the education and training of the young in temperance principles is sec ond to no other branch of the Temperance work, and we urge the introduction of Temperance, at stated periods, into all our Sunday and week day schools. 4th that total abstinence and prohibi tion should be our watchwords, and that to further these two objects we scatter Tem perance literature as widely ns possible, nd secure an increased circulation of Our Union." 5th That we deeply deplore the loss of our District President, Mrs. M. A. Wood- bridge, whose presence and efforts anion" us have been a constant inspiration, anil abiding help, and who has so materially aided the work not only in this District, but in this and other States. The officers for the ensuing year were Mrs. Geo. Phinney, of Geneva, President, and Mrs. J G. Fraser, of Madison, Secre tary and Treasurer. Mrs. Phinney was chosen delegate to the National Convention to be. held" at Baltj. more, in November. Singing closed th! p. m. session. A mass meeting was held at the Opera House in the evening, addressed by Mrs. M, A. Woodbridge. George Weatherwax, a brakeman upon the L. S. & M. S. road, and Mrs. Alice Phelps, both having seperate codju- gal relations, but both families occupying partments in the same house, in this vil lage, conceived an illegitemate regard for one another, and went to Cleveland, and to one of its bagnios, on Monday night la S for its indulgence. Unfortunately, the husband of Mrs. Phelps found it needful to go to Cleveland also, at the same time, and employing police aid, sh idowed the gay Lothario as he left his train. Soon the parties meet in the park, aud together made for, and entered No. 11, Lake Street. Phelps and tho officers soon entered and arrested the pair and they were led to po lice quarters. Here they were detained until Tuesday afternoon, when they were exam ined. The officer, Mr. Phelps, and the landlady of the house at which the parties put up, were witnesses. Weatherwax tes- fied that he paid the woman's fare to Cleveland from Painesville, and that they had met two or three times since she left her home on Thursday last, on one occa sion taking breakfast together at a coffee house. Both defendants denied that any criminal intimacy had ever existed between them, either in Ashtabula or in Cleveland, ati 4 t'lat they retired in the same room be cause the room was cold. Weatherwax lso testified that he had loaned Mrs Phelps some money since her arrival Cleveland. Judge Updegraff reserved is decision until Wednesday, and fixed the bail in the case of Mrs. Phelps at $200. Security wa afterward furnUf ed and the women released. Weatherwax obtained bail during Ihe morning. DISCHARGED. The case of The Suite of Ohio vs. Geortre Weatherwax and Mrs. Alice Phelps, for ornicalion, was culled Wednesday aft er loon. The Jiidire noi by any means bt-en umde out bv the btMie in a inamirr to pom ute, and the prisoners were discharged. Ihe "injured"; husband forfeited all re' """l !' iiiy oi the ollk-crs, and proved a plainly us'such a 'thing1 eo,ild i(e done, that he was guiltily in ihe blame for his wife s shame. The talk which he indulged to all who would listen wax not only brutally shameless in in vulgarity, bu. in many instances entirely unc.all,-,! for. It is a sail affair all around. Leader. he a X meeting of the Rolling Mill Com pany was held one evening last week, the office of Haskell & Son. the object which was to consider the subject of bid ding in the property of the company when offered at auction, as now advestised. was decided that in case the bond holders should consent and rign a contract to that effect, the property would be bid in at sum Dot exceeding $36,000, the amount the bonds. Of course, if this proposition is not adopted, the property takes the chances of ale. Floral. We are indebted to Mr. J. P. Jennings, Florist, for a large and gorgeous bouquet of cut flowers from his unsheltered premises. They show no signs of injury from frost, and his plan is to do give the plants which bore them, a place of protec tion among his boose plants, to enable him to supply his customers with a variety of flowers through the winter. His collection is large and of varied beauty and attrac tiveness. Celeb r. The increased and - increasing amount of celery raised in this place and finding a market here and along the lines of our railroads, mav be seen from the follow ing data, gathered from the producers in this vicinity. The largest of the producers, is Roger Griswold, who has the present season raised 70,000 plants; Frank Luce comes next, with about 30,000: Charley Bliss next, 12.000; George W. Silvius.10,- 000, and say 5,000 among other producers 120,Q;K) total. Notwithstanding this ap parently large amount, we are informed that the demand far exceeds the supply. FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Orwell Welcome. Willie, son of Thomas Addicott, while chopping corn with an axe last Saturday, cut off the end of the fore-finder aud thumb ou his left baud. R, E. Stone & Sun nave moved the post of fice and drug store to Eaipire block where they will remain until the new building is finished. Ashtabula Sentinel. OctolierSth, Sarah Jane Clark of Ply mouth, and Octooer 17, Warren Kimbell of . Pierpont, were ail indued insane, and Judge Betts ordered they be sent to Cleve land uospiiai for the Insane, (formerly .Aewuurg Asvluiu.) .between 7 and 8 o clock on Wednesday eveuiug, uenry Jacobs, who lives in the west part of Pierpont. went to his barn to do the chores, carrvine an ordinary coal and when he attempted to put the light out i ne tamp exploded, setting tne barn on nre. tie succeeded jn getting out two cows, but three were burned with the barn, ten tons of hay and a lot of farming tools, insured lor $JoO in the Ohio Farm ers. QUKur: Why will men smoke common tobacco, when they can buy Marburg Epos. fieal of North Carolina? at the same price?" A Card. Considering the disturbance among the jewelers of this city, which I have inno- ceutly caused, I give to the public the fol lowing statement: On or about the st pf July last, think ing that war prices hal reigned long enough, and considering the welfare of my customers, asked the leading jeweler tor a reduced price list. He. I thought, was the proper person to lead off in the reduction. After wailing, and hearing nothing from him, I did on the 1st of September reduce my prices and shall continue to do good work iu the best manner and at the lowest prices tor god work. Thanking my patrons for their favors in the past, and asking a continuance of the same with the new firm, I am Truly Yours, A. O. AMSDEN. Our friend A. L. Bunnell, a former resi dent of this place but for the past year a denizen of the Hub, has succeeded in leas? ing the Allen nouse, of Geneva, for a se ries of ears, and is to take immediate po- session, r roui our acquaintance witn mine host of the Allen and his estimable lady we predict the guests of the house, as well as the good citizens of geneva will be well pleased with the "uew man." Call and see !Retu when you visit the beautiful village, apd he will welcome joa with a smile and feed you to repletion. Summer cured George's Bank Codfish, 6c. : No. 1 Whltefish, 4c. ; Trout, 4c. ; No. Mackerel, 8c per lb., at Riddell's Store. "Alas poor Yorick! I knew him Horatio: a fellow of infinite jest of most excellent fancy." He gave me a worsted Overcoat which he bought at B. Webb's. 03-5 The best Red Wheat Flour $1.25 per sack at Riddell's Store. Buckwheat Flour in Sacks or Bulk at the Ohio Mills. Win. Sevmonr & Son. . 03,4 New Turkish Prunes, lOe per lb., at Rid dell's Store. I was born free a Caesar. So were you. We both have fed as well, and we can both endure the. winter colds as well as he," if we have one of Webb's Ulster Coats. 03-5 A splendid Ground Japan Tea, 25c. per lb., at Riddell's Store. Subscriptions for all the leading maga zines and papers, will be receiv und tlp orders supplied, by. Miss Iklia Orooxer. Postmaster Sexton hfs kindly consented to receive the orders for Miss Crooker when most desirable and convenient. Anyone, therefore, who may wish to arrange for next year's reading may do so through this channel, and feel that they have bestowed favor where afflicted humanity may be blessed thereby. 1504-7 If you want fresh and pure Coffees, and Spices go to RJd,d,V.ll'! Spire,, She is bound to come. Six inchts of snow in Canada lust week. Thermometer a zero at Mount Washington on Monday. Buy your Overcoats at B. Webb's 03-5 Buckwheat Flour at Wholesale and Re tail Strictly Pure and Fresh. Wm. Sey mour & Son. 03-4 New English Currants, 8c. per lb., at Riddell's Store. . I have. ben laboring more or less for Ihe last year to purchase Broadway N. York. Not succeeding in this, have selected the finest Stock of Clothing ever offered in this Market. B. Webb. 03-5 The number or boxes that B. Webb has received within a tew days is evidence that ha has the inside track iu the Clothing Trade. 03-5 B. Webb is making them all Sick in the Clothing Business. 03-5 A Good Brown Sugar. . A Choice Yellow Sugar. a cnoice lellow tjugar. An Etra Choice White Sugar. .... .9 A Standard Coffee Sugar 9f A Standard Granulated Sugar 1U At Riddell's Store. B. Webb pays Cash for every dollars worth of Goods he buys and will not be undersold under any circumstances but will not misrepresent tho quality of Goods to make Sales. Every article warranted to be as represented or money refunded. 03 5 West's Liver lulu rure Sick Hett'lache. A very Choice Ground Coffee. 20c. per lb. at Riddell's Store. Beautiful Library Lamp and Lamps of all descriptions cheap nt A. C. Boutea, "Dont you forget it." That New Buck wheat Flour at the Oliio Mills is splendid. Try a sack. Wm! Seymour & Son. 03-4 Overcoats I Overcoats 1 Overcouts! We have over 400,000 to select from. In New York and Boston. B. Webb. 03-5 "Wanted" Every body to try a Sack of that Fnh, New Buckwheat Flour. Wm. Seymeur & Son. 03-4 at of It a of Re-Oyealng a Thoraoghfiar. ... In order to Fnard agrftnst results utterly fab- meratTeof heallk, it ii abtolntcly naential th&t the ermod tboroosrhfare or avenne of the system, the bowel, thoold be re-opened as speedily aa ioie wnen tney become ob traded, ii inej are Dot. the bile U misdirected into the blood;ttt uer oecomee torpid; viscid billon matter got u macn, ana produces indigestion; neaa aehes ensoe, and other symptom are produced, which a prolongation of the excitintr cause only tend toagsnrste. The aperient properties of noMMBri stomach Bitter constitute a most useful agnt in overcoming- constriction of the bowels, nd promoting regular hbit of body. It is Infinitely superior to the drastic cathartic frequently used for the purpose, since it does not like them, act violently, but produce a natural, painless effect, which does not impair the tone of the evacnatory organs, which it lnyigorates in stead of weakening. The elomach and liver also, indeed the enLir system is strengthened and reg ulated bv it. . 1504-7 The Finest and Most Natural. The finest, purest, and best flavors for cakes, puddings, pastry, &c.,are Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts. Iu th.s age of adulteration, it is gratifying to find one to suck by the old path of honesty, and consumers owe it to themselves to patron ize such efforts. Nothing to be Desired. Every odor made by Dr. Price has tho peculiar sweetness characteristic of the flower from which it is obtained, and are so chaste and delioate that their use really leayes nothing to be desired. Dr. Price's handkerchief perfumes delight all who use them. A new lease of life has been obtained in the case of all who suffer from disordered digestion, nervousness, liver and lung dis ease, tc., by using Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic, and Couch Honey. Not Surprised. When we consider the little attention paid to the laws of health, we are not sur prised at the indifference manifested in re lation to purity of daily food. If all arti cles were like Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, this indifference might answer; their perfect wholesomeness would insure us against all evil consequences. Special Invitation. our eet a trial bot tle of Dr. King's New Discovery, frea of cuarjre, u you are sunenng wttn a cough, Cold. Asthma. Bronchitis. Consumption. loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any affection of the Throat or Lungs. This is the great remedy that is causing so much excitement by its many wonderful cures, curing thousand of hopeless cases. Over one million bottles of Dr. Kin?'s New Dis covery have been used within the last year, and have given perfect satisfaction in fivery instance. ye can unhesitatingly ay that this is really the only sure cure for throat aHd lung affections, and can cheerfully rec ommend it to all. Call and get a trial bot tle free of charge, or a regular size for $1. Cbas. E. Swift, Ashtabula, O. LADY BE.tllTIFIKKS. Ladies, you cannot make fair- skin, rosy cheeks and sparkling pyes'witfi all the 00s. fnetjes ef Fr-auoe, n beautiflers of the world, while in poor health, and nothing will give you such good health, strength and beauly as Hop Bitters. A trial is cer tain proof. See another column. 4-7 We Challenge the Wprlg. When we say we brieve, we have evi. denee to prove that Shiloh's Consumption' Cure is decidedly the best Lung Medicine made, in as much as it will sure a common or Chronic Cough in one half the time and relia veAsthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup, and show more cases of Con sumption cured than all others, it will cure where they fail, it is pleasant to take, narmiess to tne youngest child, and we guarantee what we say. Price 10 cents, 50 ueiitii and $1. If your Lungs are sore, Chest or Back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold bv A. R. Thurlwr & Co. D lea Urlleve It. That in this town there are scores of per son passing our store every day whose lives are made miserable by" Indigpstion, uyspepsia, sour and distressed Stomach, Liver Cemplaint. Constipation, when for 75 ct. we will sell them Shiioh's Vitalizor. guaranteed to cure them. Sold by A, B. Thurber & Co. ' The most popular and fragrant Perfume of the day, "HACKMETACK," try it. Sold by A. R. Thurber & Co. 1503-28 . WK BELIEVE That if every one would use Hop Bitters freely there would be much less sickness and misery in the world, and people are finding this out, whole families keeping we'l at a trifling oost by Its use. We ad vise all to try it. V. & A., Rochester!?. Y. A modern Miracle. It ha Ions been stated as a scientific proposition by medical men that a third stroke ol paralysis ia necessarily fa tal What then shall be said ol John Appell, of North Banford. Conn., who had twelve, and who Is to-day a strong vigorous man? Tbe phenome na is ascribed by Mr. Appell to hie constant ap plication of Giles1 Liniment Iodide Ammonia. Trial bottle 25 cents. Sold by all druggists. Send for pamplet. GILES. It 4M Sixth Avenue, N. Y. A Queer Head-Pantryman. Toe Jesse Hovt, a famnua New York Steamboat, used to have for head pautryman a bent and crippled dar key, whose face was a lull of humor as his form was of kinks and knob.' His name was Robert' Smith, s.nd his malady- was chronic rheumatism. He tried Giles' Linimrnt Iodide Ammonia for a week of the resent winter and next season in tends to ast.joift1 hi old acquain'auces on the Hovfby his appearance as a sound man. Trial alia. 45 cents. Sold by all dnggists. Send for pamphlet.. - DR. GILKS, I50 431 Sixth Avenue, N. Y. A Wonderful DlacoweryV Dr. King's California Goldetl Compound,' and what is still more wonderful it costs nothing to give this great remedy a trial. It will positively and speedily cure Dyspepsia. Coustipation, 8ick Headache, Coming up of Food, Jaundice, Liver Complaint, Bilious ness, General Debility, Drowsiness and Low Spirits. This wonderful remedy will posi tively cure, ani that where every other rem edy has failed To prove that it will do all we cihim for it yottare presented with a trial bottle by youTdHiHgl&t free of cost, by which you wirrirtUiy perceive its woDderful cura tive ouairiic, and - which will show you whl a regular one dollar size bottle will do. For sale by C. E. Swift, Ashtabula. Hxau This Twice. Five to thlr.y drops of Thoeas Eciectbic On. will cure common 8ore Throat. It never fall ii Croup It will cure a Congh or Cold in SI to 48 hours. One bottle has enred Bronchitis of 8 years standing; recent case are enred In 3 to 0 diiy. It has restored the voice where the person had not pok -n aho.ye whisper in 5 years. A an outward application in all cases of pain or lameness, pothtng like it has ever been known, Pee bcltle will cure any case of lame fW, or crlok in the back. For diseases of the Spine aud Contraction of the Muscles it has no equal. In Rheumatic and any other pain the first application does yon good. It stopa Ear Ache and the pain of a Bum in three minutes, and ia altogether the best and cheapest medicine ever offered to tbe people the cheapest, because it take so little to do you good. It is composed of six of the best oil known, and nothing but oil. I worth its weight in gold. Why not try it to day J A. B. Des Rochere, a,sstaot postmaster Arthabai-kavllle, P. writes: Thirteen years go I wp seized with a severe attack of ihcama tism In ihe head, from which I have nearly con stantly suffered. After having used "Thomas' Kclectric Oil" for nine day, bathing the forehead. 1 have been completely enred, and have only ned hair a bottle. This I can certify arder oath if jou wish. Rev. J. Mil lory, of Wyoming. N. Y.,write "Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil" cured me of Bronchi tis In ono week. Dealers all over tbe country say: "We have never sold a medicine that has given sncb complete satisfaction as this." Sold by Geo. Willard, and C. E. Swilt. Ashtabu la. Trial bottle 35 cents, 60 cents and ti.00. Prepared only by FOSTER, MILBURN A CO, Buffhlo. N. Y., Successor to S. N. THOMAS. Pbelp. N. Y. Note KJeeirM Selected 'nd Electrized. 1500-1508 Bnehlen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve In the world for Cuts. Brnlses, Sores.Ubers, fait Klx-um.Telter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, aud all kinds of Skin Erup tion. This Salve Ib guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction In every case, or monvy n-funded Price 3.1 cents per box. For sale by C. E. Sxilu Ashtabula. 1MQ . a , . i J. E. DORAM, . Importer, Manufacturer and Dealer in BREECH AND XrZZLE LOADING JS13.0T G-JSLX3JEi. Double Breech Loaders - $18 to $50. Price List sent onapplication. Office at Ii. S. & 31. S. Depot. Ashtabula, O. 1469-1507 THE NEW FHEXCfl COMBINATION Microscopa and Floroscope. FOR examining Animal Life in Water. Flowers, f., Hn8' Seeds. Ac I io a perfect Linen (jiass, and Coonterfeit Detector. Ai?enl wanted - - """oiii: territory irev. $10 to $15 a Day Cull be made by good agents. Sample and instinct one sent by mail on receipt Aftl rli r ! DTrtMa fl A fl ' This Is the simplest Microscope ever Invented and will accomplish anything obtained bv a Microacope, and U free lrom inclined lenses or C. C. PROCTOR 6c CO.. 14931505 679 Broadway, New York CATARRH. A COUGH OP TWEXTY-FIVE YEARS' STANDING CURED. Catarrh with Droppings In the Throat,CariB- mg eelmg8 of Strangling, Dimness, Pains in Side, and 'Weakness of Kidneys, Immediately Relieved, System Seemine- 1 ir , --r , a ly .aae wer new Dy use of One Bottle. If Ef bbs. LiTTurrrKLD 4 Co.: nnjr jcarc iu uvubiuwu, atxHii i wo miles from nere. 4 ns, year Old. 1 nave batf Catarrh for queen yearv.ana a oaa conra lor twenty-five year especially Spring and Fall. Good deal of tbe time' I nave bad dizziness in tne Dead. During the 16 years I have had dropping from the head npoa the lnngs. Ailing my throat wHh phlegm, aasing muk:iiik iu me uiruat. aou waenever 1 was aowa with fever, creating a feeling of snlfucatlne and strangling. People have thought I had the con sumption, t was ooctoreo for mat. l nave con sulted a grvat many physician, bnt never gnt more than temporary relief. Abont two montha ago I had a dizzy spell, fell down and was Insens ible for some time, and did not know my own folks for over six hours. My brother told me of your longiHuiioiuu uatarra Kemedy, and advised me to buy a bottle. He had catarrh. and took this and it left I got a bottle and in ten day eared me catarrn. removed tne pmetrrq, tickliuj in the throat, and Ihe congh, and I was able 10 saw fonr cords ol wood, working six hour a day. I never saw thymine nut it. it seemed to make me all oyer new. 1 now have none of the old troubles unless I got cold, and then a teaspoonful of the Constitutional Catarrh Remedy removes every thing. I wonld not be without it as long as I couiu get mouey to ooy it wun. My grandson and his wife have had catarrh, and they are trying ii kuu null iiuiuetusie renei. 1 have bad pains in the small of my ha ok and weaKness ol tne Kidnes fur many years, and though I work hard daily, shoveling this season oi me year, my Kiuneys nave (ound great relief. SH me pains nave greatly diminished. JOSEPH GEORGE. Manchester, N. H.. April 26, 1870. tS"Hnndreds of cases of a similar nature cured wunin uis last year, snnns and Lotions give on- ly temporary relief. The Constitutional Catarrh Kemeay strikes to tne root, builds up toe consti tution, makes it new, and drives away Catarrh and all diseases ot the mucous membranes, aud their attendant pains and aches, pertaining to head, back, moulders, kidneys aud throat. Price tl net bottle. A lamnlet of5i naves. giving a treatise on Catarrh, with innumerable case of :ures, sent free hjr addressing the pro- 15(10-1508 Manchester. N. It. For sale by A. R. Thurber & Co, Ashtabula. Notice to Contractors. T IDS will be received, from Oct. 19th to Nov. JL 9th. lor the building of a Two Story Frame School House. 25 x 43. in District No. 1. Plan and Sp ciScation can be seen at E. W. Fisk'e store, in said District. A. C. TOWSE, 1WI 5 Clfjk, Dis't No. 1. pMPLOYMEriT$8 a Day AGLNT8 WANTED. Warehadqwten for Chro me, novelties, ana Desiemng goods intbeworid. U90-15U3 Agents Wanted ! A ijoua Agfnt V anted In every Township m this County, to sell the PEASE PATENT PORT ABLE WASUSTAND. They sell resdily. No Wash Bowl and Pitchers reqnired. Operate like a Stationary Stand. Agen s are making $35 to $50 per week. No competition, as exclusive territory is given. For terms atinres OHIO P. .V. STAND CO., 1502-05 369 Superior St.. Cleveland, O. 45 Years Before iwe Public. THE CENUiNE DR. C. TJc LANE'S . CELEBRATED LIVER FILLS, FOR THE CURE OF Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA AND SICE HEADACHE. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. PAIN In the right side, under the edge of the ribs, increases on pres sure; sometimes the pain is in the left side: the patient is rarely able to lie on the left side ; sometimes the pain is felt under the shoulder blade, and it frequently extends to the top of the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken for rheumatism" in. the arm. The stomach is affected with loss of appe tite and sickness; the bowels in gen eral are costive, sometimes alternative with, lax; the head is troubled with pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy sensation in the back part There is generally a considerable loss of mem ory, accompanied with a painful sen sation of having left undone some thing which ought to have been done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes an attendant The patient complains of weariness and debility; he is easily startled, his leet are cold or burning, and he complains of a prickly sensa tion oi the skin; his spirits are low; and although he is satisfied that exer cise would be beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely summon up fortitude enough to try it In fact, he distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred where few ot them ex isted, yet examination of the body, after death, has shown the liver to have been extensively deranged. . AGUE AND FEVER. . Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in cases of Ague and Fever, when taken with Quinine, are productive of the most happy results. No better cathartic can be used, preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. We would advise all who are afflicted with this disease to give them a fair trial. For all bilious derangements, and as simple purgative, they are unequaled. BEWARE OF I3IITATIOXS. The genuine are never sucar coated. Every box has a red wax seal on the lid, with the impression Dr. McLane's Liviik Pills. The genuine McLanVs Liver Fills hear the signatures of C. McLank and Fleming Bkos. on the wrappers. Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by Flem ing Iiros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name Jllc Lane, speueu inherently but same pronunciation. 9 MmWmMBMvw s T?'K TPfiTtT- n Eminent Chemists and Physiciaaaa eertify that these trooda are &ee from adulteration, rloher, kh efleotlve. produoe better raaulta wwwio, buu uuaii tay uea TOOTH E H E. a mb m wm mm mm -m r a E. Y1 lJ H Miiiiau tit. murm m Hill, UN STEELE A PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST QEtfS. Iht St I JM-y nop rut World. STEELE & PEICE, Uanf CU'cago, St, Louia & Cincinnati. p TYTR A r.TQ mem in their own lamiues,. MPS bfa Ihn nmfl tf nil fMnrn. An agreeable, healthful Liquid Dentifrice. j, puubluuio a vm vwv A nkii)lilai T atniria .. BOOTS & SHOES ! We are A LARGE STOCK For Fall and Winter Trade, at Drices that can not fail to suit the closest buyers. Our stock of Ladies Fine Shoes is unusually large, and at prices that defy competition. We are sell ing a good Feeble Goat Button, all solid, for $1.75. Side lace Pebble Goat $1.50. Ameri can Kid side lace $1.75. A large line of Men's Calf Boots from $2.50 to $6.00. Men's, Boys' and hard pan prices. Don t fail to call at site Centre, and examine my Goods and Prices. i50otr now ofleriW Youths' Kin Boots at 154 Main street, onno- MARRIAGES. Savage Bbasington. In Ashtabula. Oct. Savage to Miss Maj-y M. Eraaington; all of HlBBARD Cooi.EV Tn Ashtji . - r lsner. air. .Daniel t . Uibbard iu anas .nary uooiey; Dotu or Sheffield. Baldwin Hoskiw In Jefferson. Oct.?. bv Kev. S. W. Dickinson. Mr. Geo. W. Bald win mj .-uisa Alice uosEin; ooth of Jefierson Benbam Briggs In Dnndee, 111., Oct. 81, Mr. A. A. Benbam, lormerly of As Delia BricK, of Elgin. I1L a. nennam, lormerly or Asntabula. O.. to Alias - ' 1 DEATHS. Pbektici! In Newbnnrh. Oct. 18 Mat John A .Prentice, of Ashtabula: aged 70 vaars. Nortos In Kinville- Oct on t p.,i, nr. ton, of Ashtabula; aged 35 years. S cJ(in?In Apt'nbnrg, Oct. 23. Mr. G. W. . uuu; geu a years, Rockwell In Kingsville. Oct. 2B Mr, r. Tt Boekwell; aged ii years. THE WINTER TERM OF THE Kingsville High School Will open Tuesday, November 12th, '78, and close February 16th, '79. Utndents desirin? to rot a irnnH ni.ti.i Anrm. tion. Including a thorough knowledge of the com mon branches, will And snperior advantages at Kingsville. There will be classes tn thebigher branches. Including the Latin and Greek lan guages. The old Phoenix Library is undergoing revision for the benefit of the Btndents. There is also a Literary Society in good running order con nected with the School, with a prospect of in creased success and usefulness. Kingsville is a pleasant community, pleasantly situated, and till receives stndcnts from abroad with her M time boeiltaity- xuusc ucBinug to auena tne coming w inter can make arrangements at anT tim hvrnntrrincr with the Priuc'Dal. Mr. C. W. Loomis. at the Hih School Rooms. 6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. A SILVER. Ilnnllntr f a,, -. Lever Watch. Will be sold ch pan nr will ex change for 16 inch stove wood of best quality. Enquire at AMSDEX'S JEWELRY STORE. A Western paper say that alcohol can be made from beets. There is no doubt abont it, but there is lots more "beats" made by alcohol. New Goods have commenced coming. First arrival is a large lot of Ladies, Work Stands and Baskets. Look out for Novel ties. The newest and best game in market "Go Bang", and others, all new. When oar goods are all in we shall make a Finer Display than ever, at ' 112 Main Street. 1878 SpringGoods1878 wish to announce to my friends and customer that I have just received a large stock of Spring and Summer Goods which have been bought exceedingly Iowt and will be sold accordingly.- : I do not say t willseil cheaper than any other man, lor I have found that, a a general tning. what one man can do, somebody else can if tnev try. .Tl a iTIUlIU 15 Live and Let Live, the train of which will be made apparent to any one upon examiLing my goods and price. I would most respectfully invite tbe public to Call and Look through my stock before purchasing elsewhere. and see if we caunot demonstrate tne iact, mat A. Little Money now, win go as far as a good deal woniaaiew ytar ago. Yours respectfully. A. B. LUCE. ,- Kingsville, onto, Apr. So, 1878. 1478 to NOTICE Advertisement of " Wanted," "f Sale," "Lott," "Found," etc., not exceeding flw lines, will be inserted in tf,U column, tinder ap propriate heads for one week or 45 cents. Each additional line will be charged 5 cents. FOR SALE. A FAMILY CARRIAGE HOB8B, Is sound, gentle and an excellent roadster. Apply to flSOOtf) GEO. B. RASER. THE F.E. HAKTION floaae and Lot in East Village of Ashta'anla. For nartien la ra n qnire of Hoyt & Pettibone. Ashtabqla. (1475tf A LA WW MOWER, in perfect work. Ing order, for sale at a very moderate llg ure, if applied for soon, at thlg office. FIRIKGEBSaw and Wood Work Ing Mill together with dwelling House, Parn Ac. with 3X acres of Land, the Property la well located for several kinds of manufactur ing, substantially built and in runningorder It is well adopted to wood working aa well aa sawing lumber Ac The property will be aold all together or In part, or rented in whole or in part forterm of years. Term very low and most of purchase money on time, would take a small piece of land if located In some good place. Posexslon given Immediately. For farther Information Inquire of J. A. Fickinger. 75 Jacob Ficki.ngkk on Premise. ; Kingsville, April 8, 178. J. M. WILCOX. will hereafter be fonnd in his building opposite Smith1 Opera House, where can always be found a NEW and WELL SELECTED STOCK of Foreign db Domestlo CLOTHS, Casimeres and Vestings. Also a Full and Complete Line of GEJSTS' FUEinSHHTG GOODS, and everything usually kept in a First-cla Merchant Tailoring Establishment. A good fit and low price 14TO guaranteed. PROVERBS. PROVERBS. 'For sinkine spells. '$500 will So Its, dizziness, papita- or a case that Bop-f lon ana low spirits. sitter win not care o; reiy on llop Bitters. iaelp." Read of. procui 'Hop Bitter builds tnd use Hon Bitters. Sap, strengthen anc land you will be strong.! cure continuallv from wealthy and nappy.' 1 , a . , ,. - line oral aoe. "Ladies, if yon want! 'Kidney and Urina-1 so be trone, bealtny !"T complaints of al ind beautirat,tnenas' iciad permanent j ilop Bitters.' cured by Hop Bitter. " The greatest app Fair skin, roi tizer, stomach, bloocj heeks and the weH ;nd liver regulator est breath ia Hop Bit-g iiop Hitters. cer." "Clerevmen. Law un.. anM...i, ctv vers. Editors. Bankers! (Headache and Duxi- nsd Ladies need Hot luess. Hop Bitter cures miters aauy." Iwita a few dose.' "Hon Bitters has r "Take Hod Bittarv stored to sobriety anc '.hree time a day anc wealth, perfect wreck: jvou win nave no aoc irom intemperance. j.ors bill to pay. AgentsWanted for A R ROTT'S Large Type Illustrated "DPI ' 1 NEW TESTAMENT With Explanation Note. Containing, also, Bto erophy. Analysi. History, Harmony and Table. The moat convenient, complete and valuable Tea- ummt 'made. Sells erandlT. Price $1. Bu terms to agents. Address n . o. uuuioraj GOODSP&KD CO., New York or Cincinnati. Tonng Men or Young Woman who wish to go to SCHOOL THIS WINTER Will find tbe very best advantages ana very nw expenses at Oberlin Collego. i...i., Andomieal Departments. Claase in 1 uo leoioeical. Col- all the common branches of higuer matheicatlca, natural sciences, philosophy, hl.wry Latin, Greek, Ac. Total com of room, ooard, fnalhts. wishlnz. books, imtion and incidents ueedaot (-Treed )or 60 for the Winter Teim of IS week Term oFen. Imier 3d. Ureal sent fro. Dy J. B T. Marsh. Secretary, Oberlin, O. The Oberlin Conservatory of Mnsto offer the very best advantage for th tudy of PATENTS. A. C. WHITE. Attornej nt Law and Solicitor of Patents Legal business receives prompt and careful attention. Best possible connection wlta tie Patent Office. 1 Rejected ca a specialty No patents, no pay. I1uire ."JJ11 promptly answered. Jefferson, O. & CHAM BERLIN'S leoTisii WEl"J Pi In great variety for men, women and children. V .Wl rlirpr.tlv with the manufacturers, selecting stock and style to suit our trade, and believe we are showing the best wearing and cheapest goons iu Ashtabula. We Lave tbe exclusive sale celebrated makes of Boots and Edwin C. Burt's women's shoes, E. P. Dodge & Co's wom's and childrens shoes W. II. Goodger & Co's wom's & child's shoes Fearcy & Son's mens wom's and child's shoes, Which will hereafter be known as "OUR OWN BRAND." Erie Boot & Shoe Co's mens kip and calf boots Chamnerlm s Binghampton & Elmira " u " " Amongst our entire new stock we have not a single pair made of tihoddv material. We warrant every bo6t and shoe we sell and stand by our warrant AVe promptly exchange or refund the money on any article returned i will be treated well C. W. CHAaiBEill NEXT TO P. O. im-i&u in Ashtabula of the follovriiig Shoes: ILL 000D8 whether they wish tabuy or not. STREET.