Notwithstanding the recent advance in the Eastern markets, we
ar still selling Brown and Bleached
A yard wide, fcrown, at -A
fair yd. vide, brown, at . . -A
food yd. wide, brown, at - .
An extra yd. wide, brown, at - -Tbe
very best fine or heavy at
Bleached at the same low price.
, . , : . which is saying a
to 2K to 30 Ter cent, less than last Tear.
popular prices, from cheapest to best. Our Black Cashmeres are
bought in connection with a very large house, and we can offer some
puial prices only look and be satisfied.
Buy these goods now and save money. We have placed some
drives in lots to close out that will be appreciated Odd Lots leftover
from last Winter.
Has had a great many additions and is
fail to look
We have a large stock at
now simplv immense. Do not
HuUte.7 recclTed from New York - ;
Stock of Good, compruinc
general Stock of ,
DRUGS & MEDICINES
PAINTS, OILS AND DYE
and Urge Hock of '
Crushed, Powdered & Granulated
A. B. C. COFFEB 8TJGABS,
POfiTO EICO BROWS SUGARS.
PORTO BICO A NEW OELKAN3 MOLASSES
COFFEES of All Grades.
Raw. Burned and Ground.
Pure Spices, whole or ground
and Warranted Pore, each ae
GINGER, SAGE. SUMMER SAVORY.
Etc, Etc, Etc
SOAPS of Every Description.
OSWEGO In Bulk
Silver Gloss in jb papers
" Corn Starch in in
DUKYEA'8 Batln Gloss In lfc "
Canned Fruits & Vegetables
Codfisn, WMtefish, Mackerel,
Fork and Hams.
and almost everything In tbe Grocery Line,
LOWEST BOTTOM PRICE FOB CASH.
Ashtabula, Jan. 1877.
imporxea uranay, nuiu, oijj
c 1. Tl -1 in. II . ., . -K. , .1 ii t tiva Whifl.
n ii i;i i jr tt nit:, viu jj. j u i 1.1 u uu
kles; also all tbe popular Grape Wines. 1410
J7 A. LEHM ANN, Solicitor of
A. American and Foreien Fatents. warn-
Inirtnn T. f! All business connected with
patents, whether before the Patent Office or
the Cou-ts. promptly attended to. Nocharges
made uUess a Patent is secured. Bend for a
circular - woti
SOMETHING NEW !
Startling but True I
k. Nice Present for Christmas for Everybody
of the trouble and worry of hnnting for something
sal table" ana at a moderate price, caa oe iuuuu
Holiday Stock of New Goods
and other goods in endless variety, at
Prices that Defy Competition.
Remember that these (roods are a specialty fo
the Holidays, and 11 yon wish to secare bargains
"COMB EAF Y AND OFTEN,"
No shlnre for ahnwinfr (roods' and no one insist'
ednpontobny. If yon wish to profit by tbe of-
ir, can at
on Main Street, Aehtabulo a.id be convinced tha
"seeljg If-believing." 185
And every description o!
Polished and Cut Work
In red, blue or white granite.
American Granite, Marble 4 Stone Work,
Allon.Ir flnlohteT In thA tlASt mAnDftT, Of
fice and works near L. 8. M. 8. Depot, and
wm. Humphrey's tore!
n. 12. THoiYirso.vs
Liver and Kidney Cure.
A RENEW CR, RE6ENFRA TOR A NO REGULATOR
OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. -
PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE.
ALIO PROPRIETOR OT
SLEEPEfi? COirOL'ND AEMCA LISIIEST
Cures Neuralgia, Fheumatiim, Colds,
Bnrrp Sore Throat. &c fl:c.
60c. and $100 a battle,
VRKPARKn AT TI TI'S f I t.I.K. ,. '
TOB lALZ IV DSUSGISTS.
Tbe bouaolteeper (Iveth a cheerful hop.
And w baar U musics! fllppety-flop
Of Ms snotstj, nUMy, maiVlanlng soop.
And lo, the maddening horrors rash
Athwart oar souls at tbe soapy goah
Of Um slippery , atimy scrubblnc Bmah.
From early morn till evening gloom '
We hear the scratching In hall and mom
Of the boisterous, bosUr-cobbinc broom.
And now there comeOj a woesome wan.
That aogurs a generally gusty gale
From a maa with a leg In the scrubbing pall
-He stood on Afrlrt burning sanda.
And smiled on Hottentot and Kaffir.
H said. rm saTe.-" and robbed bis hands.
When, to I mere stood aparagracberi
mi r T :r. wna vorvkntlv vritlAn
X Hiuuv uig J
and sent by a distinguished clergyman
to nis motner. a
From sweet Isaiab'a sacred song, ehaptef, versa
First a words please take, ana tna auiowing amaj
n4.,hatuhmn 17th. no mors:
rromuu - '
Then add verse of Kings, book M. chapter :
The last two veraes, chapter 1 1st book of Ham-net.
And learn what on thla day your loving aoa befSU.
Words of Wisdom.
Terr fpw dLseasea ore so mortal as thf
fear of death.
All ham an virtues increase and
strengthen by the experience of them.
Kelations always tae ine greatest
liberties, and frequently give the least
Avoid tedious circumlocution in lan
guage, Vords. like cannon-balls, Bhouid
gO cliaiglili LU uieir uim
TT fwMiKlo lif v trio aota Af rlpfltrt.
and death by the care of life ; the one
torments, me omer irignts us.
Modern education too often covers the
fintrpra with rintvn. nnrl fit the name tima
cuts the sinews of the wrists.
The remembrance of a beloved mother
Iwnnipn tha Rhadnw of all our actions :
it either goes before or follows.
Our own hands are heaven's favorite
inctramAnla fnr fmnnlvinor tin with the
i r ; a
necessaries and luxuries of life.
All men lnnV in harirjiness in the
future. To every eye heaven and earth
seem to embrace in the distance.
There are stone bridges in China three
and four miles long, and an arch of the
incredible span of six hundred feet.
The law should be to the sword what
the handle is to the hatchet ; it should di
rect the stroke and temper the force.
Talk of fame and romance all the
glory and adventure in the world are
not worth one Hour oi aomesuc dubs.
Tt is Aanaemnn fnr nnfi to climb hlS
family-tree too high, for he is very apt
to get among dead and decayed branches.
tJoliia tha fripnrlshm of him who
stands by you in the storm : swarms of
x fll J : tfiAimnakina
lnseClS Will SUXIUUIIU UU HI Dimn
TCa TiatA tn BAA A VkTlV wth thA mftll-
ners.of an old man: we hate worse to
see an old rnan with the manners oi a
hoy. . ..
Love cannot fully admit the reeling
that the beloved object may die; all
passions feel their object to be as eternal
The man who violently hates or
ardently loves, cannot avoid being in
anmn Wree a slave to the cerson de
tested or adored.
Dogs on Errands of Mercy.
The sueeestion of the TlWir Zeilung is
that a race of does should be attached to
armies in their campaigns, or at least to
the corps of ambulance service attending
upon them, and that after every battle
the dogs in question should be sent forth
to range over the field of battle in search
of those wretched wounded soldiers who
have not been killed outright, but who
have hidden themselves in some refuge,
and, after figuring in the list of "miss
ing" men, too often perish miserably
before any relief can find them out It
seems that the idea of employing dogs in
this way is ny no means a new one, Dut
was brought forward two years ago at
Dresden, where some dogs qualified for
this purpose were shown in an exhibi
tion. Since that time experiments have
been made by means of crossing the St
Bernard with other races with a view to
obtaining the most suitable breed, and a
very satisfactory result is said to have
been arrived at by the German fanciers.
The precise mode of employing the ani
mals on their beneficent mission is de
scribed in the Vienna paper, which
explains that the dog is furnished with a
leather collar ana Diate, navine maraed
upon it his number and the division of
the army to wmcii ne is attacneu, ana
the Geneva cross. To this collar is sus
pended a long leather bag, containing
Dencil and slip of paper, and even a little
lantern in case of his being sent out at
night The wounded man, ppon being
found, opens the bag and writes his
name, if he can, upon the paper, together
with the nature of his injuries, and on
the return of the animal to the ambu
lance, assistance is sent under its guidance
to the spot where the sunerer is concealed.
Concerning Wedding Ceremonies.
How many people there are who in
fine clothes and with smiling feoei "as
sist" at a modern wedding, yet in their
heart think the profuse outlay and the
general festive arrangements usuaj on
the occasion, a piece of tiresome folly i
Few, however, like to make a dead set
against time-honored customs unless
Strong personal feelings or personal in
terests are concerned. --
Marriage may certainly lay claim to
being the most important' event in life,
and as such there must ever be solem
nity associated with it Of course it is
right that there should be a certain pub
licity attached to every marriage cere
mony, and probably in this fact origi
nated (he custom of inviting friends to
be present n the occasion, till by de
grees wedding parties have become
more and more crowded, and how it is a
common thing for a vast assembly to
congregate at them. Of course where
there is great wealth, and people love
this sort of display, and bride and bride
groom have nerve for it, and are, more
Over, happy in possessing "troops of
friends," twre is no reason why money
should not circujae the confectioner
revels in clief cCauvreB, the florist real
izes a week's ordinary income in bou
quet, and the milliner mates her mint
of money by rich toilettes. But a vice of
the humbler class is to ape the rank
above it, and I confess it has often to me
seemed Ditiable to know at what a cost
of after self-dpnial a showy wedding has
The Old World akd the Pvew. Alex
andria is so little of an Eastern city that
it is difficult sometimes to believe that it
is one of the capitals of a Mahomedan
country and one of the chief cities of the
Ottoman Empire. As one walks round
the great square and notices the broad
Savements, the frequpp; gas-lamps, the
fty houses, the spacious, shops, the
crowd of carriages, the Frank costumes,
one feels quits Western.' But you turn a
comer and straightway stumble against
a camel with his noiseless tread, and
man in a blue gown offers to sell y,
sherbet in the name of Allah ; and yju
see a narrow little opening in the wall
and men going in and out with their shoes
in their hand, and you pass in and see
a Droaa space covered with matting,
where neoDle are prostrate in oraver. and
up above is a little minaret, where an old
man in white cotton quavers- out ine in
vitation, and tells you there is no God
but Allah, and that prayer is better than
sleea As vou eo on you see monev-
phaneers in the street, letter-writers
doing the correspondence of a dozen,
cross egged sefioplmasters teaching theii
children to recite the Fatwah, the chap
ter of the Koran that all must know as
we know the Lord's Praver : you turn
into a police court and listen to a long
robed Cadi administering justice to half
a dozen screaming men ana women ; and
then suddenly you come upon big ware
bouses full of goods, stores piled with
oouop. steam presses turning out huh
draw pf boles per day, a great market
Where English, Italian, and Greek are
almost the only languages you iear, and
a port crowded with shipping of every
A ,114111 it nu llttB ft
home of his own need ever be idle.
There is always something to be done
to promote the convpnpnce and comfort
A T 1 1! i v-1 Ti D Vi, ntan mrhn .
OI the I1UIUO, nuscuill ut
Work giving money muuucmuuu. uiHK-
Ing the home more pleasant and com
fortable is the best paying ob which
any man can undertake. It is a sign of
Bhiftlessness, if not worse, to tee men
idle while a day's work might be well
- Vinfr Aninfy lrmra Anil vlmlnva
against winter's rude blasts, or in pro-
! 1 : .i in ii eimnlA nfn VAT1 1 PTIPAB Inn (T
Y1U1IIK DUU1 uimi"v . . i .in . n
lighten her work. Industry always finds
Wit and Humer.
An honest man is the most lonesome
work of the Creator.
He who goes throueh life continually
asking questions, generally becomes a
Why-sir man in the end.
Why is the fly one of the tallest of in
sects? Because he stands over six feet
without shoes and stockings.
Tbe fool seeketh to pluck a fly from a
mule's hind leg; the wise man ietteth
the job out to the lowest bidder.
Kothlns. nerhftna. strikes the ear more
rtlenMnUy than a pretty woman's charm
ing volcr except, perhaps, her charming
"I think." l1 a centleman to his foot
man, "i fiftvt Hwn a moderate good
nmatof w , John." "Very moderate,
air," frfitd Jnlitt.
"Ctiililfert wouldn't cross their parents
so ofion wlirii grown up, if they were to
croits thflr jwrftiU' knees a little oftener
when thuy are utile.
"I have one request to make of vou.
my duar Mr. Grant" "My dear widow,
I will grant anything you say." "Well,
sir, I want to be Granted myself."
Lonirer trains are the fashion in
ladles' full dreas, and the advice to
awkward-footed gentlemen is, "Look out
for the train when me belle comes."
He appeared to lie almost gone. Boll-
ine nis eyes toward the partner of his
bottom, he pulped : "Bury me 'neath the
w eeping willow, and plant a single white
rose above my head.'' "0, it's no use !"
she snapped out. "Your nose would
scorch the roots 1 lie got welt
The senne! to that beautiful sone by
Eugene Field, "Grease the Griddle,
Birdie, Darling," is just out We have
onrv room for one stanza :
"Scratch my back, oh brown-eyed If abel,
.- Throw tt buckwheat sour away,
Scratch as long-a yon are able.
Harder ; stronger : that's toe way.
Boms what higher- llttielower;
Closer to tbe shoulder blade:
Pfft! Good heavens 1 co It slower
Alurderl Thunder 1 that's
An express agent in the Columbus
Enquirer says: "Don't put preserves in
same box with a silk dress it spoils the
preserves ana suxs won't wash, if
you must send eggs boil 'em they
stand the jar better. Don't mark a box
for Mrs. , care of her husband, unless
so ordered. And don't mark a box for
the husband to care of the wife-it is
sure to cause trouble. Men have ordered
silk dresses for their sisters or their
mother-in-law and careless markinsr
has caused the goods to go astray ! If
marked to 'care of anybody,' it will be
delivered to them only be particular to
put junior or 'senior' if same name.
Last year a gentleman ordered a box of
turkeys sent him. He was going to give '
one to his father. The father got the
box and sent the son one. The old
gentleman imagines to this day they
were ail tor mm. many a man nas tele
graphed 'goods sent this dav,' and forgot
all about it until next day. This causes
the disappointed to express their feel
ings, if yon Bend a band-box by ex
press box it up 1 A band-box is more
difficult to manage than an anchor."
A Millionaire's Miseries.
habits, being evidently afraid of vio
lence. He was assaulted last summer
by Selover, (one of his victims), who,
had it not been for fear of the law,
would have shot him. Being prevented
from this, he pitched him down an area
and let him crawl out as best he could.
The fact that Gould's former confederate,
"Jim Fisk," was murdered by one of
his victims shows the former what des
perate men may do, and must impress
him with a sense of his own danger.
Gould is in ill-heatlh, and, though fie
has made an immense fortune, he is
unhappy. He knows how easily such
money may be lost He cannot retire,
for that would be greater misery. No,
he must remain and fight it out to the
tost Then he knows that he is not safe
in the street, and it is useless to appeal
to the courts of law for protection. Jim
Fisk had bought up the courts, but that
did not protect him from the assassin.
It is a question how many millions are
necessary to make a man happy in such
An Interesting Puzzle.
Perhaps some of our readers are not
familiar with the followinz puzzle : A
young man asked an old man for his
daughter in marriage. The answer was,
"Go into the orchard and bring in a par
cel of apples. Give me one-half of the
whole number, and the mother one-half
of the balance and half an apple over,
and the daughter one-half of the re
mainder and nan an appie over, ana
hayp ona left for yourself; without cut
ting the apple, ana then, if she is will
ing, you can nave ner. ne soivea uie
question, and how many did he bring?
Fourteen, as you can easily prove. The
old woman was to have one-half of the
balance, which would be three ana a
half, and half an apple over, which
would make four apples for her. There
would be three apples left, of which the
daughter was to have one-half and half
an apple over, which would giye her
two, and leave the lover his one, "with
out cutting the apple."
TirwTTmiwTi'inr i Mask-. Solnwimtii
ble may the human face become that
.1 - , i i i i
frequently it is dui a mass; wmcii con
ceals the real character. The men and
an mrtat. fflTnnilS for hftflrtlpRS CTOeltV
n viuvu uawww y
have often been celebrated for their
handfiomp ace J writers or iicuon nave
XMJj uux. ua( uu a auuv
is represented as being a handsome man ;
While the uenuau iiwicriucu ujg ui mc
:w,na Arao m pti ' oniiln Hnwn rn npr.
Ducua n v "i "J - " . . j..
dition with their fatal dower of beauty.
,. - j ..i.i i nvnn
bome laces arts uiireaiuiuit;, iuiu ujuh
nothing of. the owner's character. The
merriest men now and then have solemn
faees, end tbe most serious frequently
have cneemu uuca. xremiuuuy wo
..4 liAHilnai fwmftttA 'hna all tn bViy;
UlUBb UCJU i,ui..iiviu J
graces of a girl of sixteen, while the
hearts OI some women woo iook you
lliruugu mm ij i,.. j uMtj
filled with love and tenderness that you
are too buna to aiscover. so we an go
on, wearing guises of different device,
never quite concealing, never revealing,
the life within.
We have heard people talk about
their "sensitiveness" sometimes aa if it
was a peculiarly meritorious quality
something to be proud of, indeed, until
we have longed to undeceive them. Foj
by "sensjtiYpnpss" they only meant that
they "were extremely quick to take
offense, and uncommonly apt to fancv
hidden meanings where none existed.
Such sensitiveness has other names not
quite so flattering to its possessors ; as
touchiness, suspicious temper, and even
self-conceit Few people are more un
comfortable in every-day life than these
sensitive ones, and too often they ex
haust the patience and alienate the love
nf their bast friends. To be always ex
plaining or smoothing over is a weari
Bome task, and when we must stop to
measure our words and adjust our phrases
continually the constraint Decomes irri
tating as well as tiresome.
This must be. an excellent way to
clean a carpet Try it First, have it
thorouehlv dusted and the floor well
cleaned. Then tack down the carpet as
you want it; take a hau pan ot water,
hot as can be Dorne : put in a taDiespoon-
ful of ammonia. Have a still scrubbing
brush and borax soap, and scrub a small
place ; have a second pail of water and
ammonia : rinse off with this, and with
a woolen cloth, wipe as dry as possible,
Renew the water often, until the whole
-nrnot la r.lo&nsed. Then onen the doors
and windows to dry it. This removes
the grease stains and brightens the car
pet Anotiier anu lean wouuiesome way
to clean a carpet is to sprinkle salt
over the surface after it is tacked down,
and thoroughly sweep. But the grease
spots are not removed by this process.
IU.a nwnAf 1 1 1"1 1H-l.i a H 1 11 1 1 tl 1 IW l)"
very clean and bright
Two objects are to be sought in
church music, religious impression, and
religious expression. It is a crude no
tion that no music is legitimate in church
except that in which the w hole congre
gation may join. The congregation may
V. kAnAfitfuil Kir 1 i ut .nil n rr aa U'nll flfl bV
ITO UVIICUMU UJ iiuiL iiin j ' ' -
singing. But tl.ose who listen rind emo
tions stirring within them which it will
do them good to express for tneme m,
and therefore the congregation ought to
have an opportunity to ixur out its voice
in a grand choral song. And when the
congregation is called on to sing, the
value of the chorus as a leanur is felt
The congregation will sing with a chorus
to lead; ana lea Dy sucn aioroeoi steaU'
ilv-marchinc melody. It hi quite impossl
ble that there should be any 'dragging,
or that the discords should nink.e tlipni-
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Successfully Treated wtttl
SATOD'S RADICAL CURE,
ST CTESS h tho trrt of racrtt. snd mrcess It tha
treatment of Catarrhal Atrcctlona, after to
mnT miserable failure, means undoubted apeclQa
cursors prwpertix'S la tho remedy ascd Dues
Saktoud' Radical Cl'KS for Catarrh pogscsssucli
properties? Tbe evidence. In.tho shape otunsoll.
cited testimonials from the most respectable, pconlo
in all unions of life, must be conclusive on thu
medicines has snch valualil i testimony been of
fered, freely offered. In favorof snrrcmeily than,
that la the sossesslon of tho proprietors of Sax.
r.mD's RADicAi.t;cES. A nd TaTnabionaitl, It does
nit repre"ntathonandthpartoftho recoramend-
llons which nnto-ii.iv offered byfrlentlstoirlenrls
In lis favor, r nolnorwBaUlismlrcllni'menllnall
pirts.ift'iccom'.ry dally admit Itssnperlorltyorcr
any method of core kiioim to tho n iulnr medical
pror-sslon. hut shns tho publicity Incidental to
pabllsh-d statement Honce tho testimonial In
our possession represent bnt a small part ,nt
tl.ose withheld for the reason mentioned. Tho
following; unsolicited testimonial from HIXHT
Vklls, Fj of Wells. Fariro & 00.1 fcrprcss. Is
an on spokea Indorsement of which wo sxe JufaUy
Mc'wra. "WrrKS Pottxtu Wholesale Dm prists,
Boston, Mats-: GeiUUmeiL, IhaveforBomeniontlis
t It U a duly that I owo to uU'erinjr humanity to
urtta you, stating thecrcat bene tit that I U&va lo
rtved ir.ua tlia u o ofi BAsrono's Radical, Crnc
r Cat An nn. or moro than 20 yeurn havabecij
aUllstdd with this very troublesome complaint, I
Iiats tried all t!i remedt' that I could And, bnt
without material r permanent bnciit. Last fall
tho dlseajo had ajrlred at that atata that I muni
liavi rellcfordlo. Tho entire membranous Bystem
bad bee mo eo Inflamed, and the afotnach so elisor
tJ :nd, that It w:i a doabtftil matter whether I
oa!(l zo to the I'actQecoMt,or If I did (TO whether
I fthoatd live to cono back or not, I saw an adver
tieitent of tliis mcdMnr', and nltlvMifrh beinirTcry
li-f-rcdulona about ep rlflea or no irr.ms of any
k:nd, yet In sheer dwtocraiion 1 tried thin, and vai
at once b jneflted bv It. Tho ch intrea of climate,
a chronic dlscano of tha llrer.and my nra over H)
may prevent iny rmlro restoration, but the bene
lit 1 aerlvu Jroa JUdally me 1 to me invafrwble,
a id I an hopliiff to be completely cured, aad at
If this statement of i:iy case can bo crsmT wtt1c
to thoso afntctcd as Ilv.ve been, and enable you to
bring th is remedy into more ceneral use, eypeclally
o i tiie Faclflc coast ( whrc It Is much needed, my
oUjcI In writing this now wt 11 b'i obtained.
VerrtrnlyTonra. IIENT.T "WELLS.
ArsoKA, K. yJuue,lST8, of WcUs, Foruo & Co.
Fach parlcijre contilns Pr. FfitfenTi ImnroTed
Inhaluii 'lubi, aud itill directions for oo ta all
cases. Price $t.0U. 3"or Faio by ail "WhoUsnlo and
detail DnieeiHts andJ'nler9throTi(rhontThcUnlted
6tlesand Canadas. Wi-:i- KSPO'TKltL General
AijeuU and TrVholeaalo )r :.'ta, Boston, Mass.
This U to ecrt.fy that I hare been tiPtny yonr
Cou.in Voltaio Plabtkrs for EnltrKraent of
the Spleen and Depression In tbe Stomacb, and
they have given me moro relief than any other
remedy 1 haro ever nsotl. I would ht-rhly recom
mend them to all suStulutf fxom tho eifecta of pain
J. TT. SELLS.
ricxxitnra. Ho., Juno 23, 1S77.
H a Tins' oceanic n to use a rc mod y for a rerv nmtrt
pain In my side 1 tried one cf your Collin ' Vol
taic PieASTSKS, and lu tweatv-fuur hours the pain
was eiiUrcly removed. J. Sam Mis.
Acs't Cashier Firt Nut. Conk.
TTrsOTA, llnm June ID, 1S77.
Collins' Voltaic Plasters Rive tbe best sat!sfat
tlon hero of anything tu tt has beeu tried for
Lameness and Weakness of tbe Back. Pie as p send
more right awav. LEWIS.
UsTAJsT. Jane 1G. 177.
Irloe, 23 Cents.
Do carefwl to obtain CoLT.rcs Voltaic Plas
Tvb, a com bl nut) on of Electric and Voluuc Plates,
with a highly Mealcated Plaster, as m;en in the
above cut. Sold by all Wholesale and Retail Dro
flsta thronghoti. thn Cntted States and Canada,
and by WZiKS & POTTER, Proprietors, Boston,
Should be snpplled at all times with a
remedy of acknowledged merit, for use in
ease of accident, as well as to ease the many
aches and pains all are liable to. No rem
edy has given such perfect satisfaction In
every trial as the Curative. In making this
assertion we know it can be substantiated
by evidence of the most positive character.
The CTItATIYE is a Pana
cea for Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Sciatica, Xervous Head
aches, Diphtheria, Sore
Throat, Cuts, Wounds, Burns,
Scalds, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Toothache, Ear
ache, or wherever there i
pain or inflammation.
The CURATIVE is readily taken by old
and young, and for external use Its sooth
ing Influence makes it the mot desirable
medicine for family use ever produced.
Give it a Trial,
And you will never be without it.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
LAVSON CESXI0A1 CO, Cleveland, 0.
For ten years TiiM' PiII have Uevn the
recogni2ed Mandartt Krtmily Jlnlirliiv
in the Atla stic Statu, fk-arcely a fauiiiy ran
be found (rum Maine to Mexico that docs noi
use theru. It is now proposed to make their
virtues known in the WST.
A Single Trial will Establish
Do They Cure Every Thing?
NO.-They are for Diseases that
result from MALARIAL POISON and
a DERANCED LIVKR, audi as
Dyspepsin, Bilious and Typhoid Fevers
Chills, Colic, Sick-Headache, Chronio
Diarrhoea, Nervousness, Cisziness, Pal
pitation of the Heart, Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Kidney Disease, Chronio Con
stipation, Files, &c
IT-A-TTJRiK VTARITS TTOTJ
That Your LIVER IS DISORDERED
When 70a have m
Doll puis 1m Shoulder; Coatd Tongue;
CmUt Bowels; Weight la the Stomach
after Estlof ; Soar Eructation t Aver
Job to Exertlos of Body or 311nd
BE ADVISED. And AT OME
TAKE TUTT'S PILLS!!
The flnit ilrwe prmliirn an He-t
which oflrn nxtoulxheM the mitlcrer,
antl In a xhorl lime fullowa an Ap
petite, kqo) DiKCHlion,
8QLID FLESH & HARD MUSCLE.
THE WEST SPEAKS.
"BEST PILL IN EXISTENCE."
Da. Trrrr j-I haw mwl your Pill fbr Drtprpta.Wnk
Atomarh and Nervouinr,,. I nevr had Ativ'.V.ng to do
BM to much rood in the way of medicine. They art at
good ae you represent them. They are the beat Pill tn
Xxiatonoo. and I do all I ran to acquaint other with
their food merit. J. W. Tllibt riS, Dacota, Minn.
Sold hy DrnircUta, or sent by Mail
on receipt of 23 eeriia.
Office, 35 Hurray St Yorlc.
rr, Ersn.rs CATfiRRH
Cures all Ibrius of Catarrh.
hlra CATARRH M
fr. ImA CATARRH Mr
Restores the sense ol !Sin H and Tastft.
WANTED To euro s . :i- of CATARRH ta
each Dri(hl..rL.l, 1S. KaluNSSt
lisusnY.ioiutruduiwH. "ipl. fr
J.C. III.IDS. I'lllbburuh. Ps
tr.LT.:t'i CATARRH Ec:Jr
Ti. V....,.'. I'n I l.il ' 1J E.i
m mm 1 a
tf. n-;.u.: s lh l h I n
btrengtiiLiis me lirttui.
Cure in a Short Time.
1 luthoriie till d'Mcn .ltli.n Dr. K-rvskh'i
Catarrh Rkmeuy, lo enter into a imitive art
ment wtthevb jMin linr, at the litm. the pun ha
la madci, to rvtiittd Um tunittiT mit(, ibonld it fail t
oder iatUtnetion, Ath vmir frnfoi8 for it
Prof. Schem'B IUnstrated History of
THE WAR IN THE EAST,
Or the conflict between Knerla sud Tnrkry, lathe
onlj succvaa of lh ymr. Am-Bta ert-rvwherw ilo
wsll; oneaold 300. No oilirr cnmplnia wor.
Contain, full tattiiuenu of the Kateru quoation
. n.4 MtniiHiiatinn
Ilaa It iam Slid 115 emcrnvl ir" Trle
onlv ti. Biat Urm rvtr ht-snl o'. e' ' Ail
art;. II S. ii.ilNPKKI)AC.,
14U7-lo?9 2u Vorkor Cliiciitusii, O.
I have been laboring, more or less, for the last year
to get an interest in one the most popular, heaviest, im
porting, wholesale Clothing House in the State of New York..
1 have succeeded in doing so, and 1 am now prepared to sell
you Clothing as it should be sold.
The Great Decline !
in Wares, also in Produce, and the hard times generally have
induced me to speak to my patrons through the
Telegraph. I shall after this date retail
CMMm at Wholesale Prices.
1330 Clothing House on the Lake Shore
can Compete with me. I am now deter
mined, with the facilities I have, not to be
My terms when given to the purchaser cannot
be duplicated by any other House in the
I make prices from this
N. B. I am now receiving from New York, the largest,
the Finest, the most Fashionable line of
ever shown in the West, and prices shall be satisfactory.
Over 400 to select from.
Most Stylish Paterns ever brought into this market
Warranted perfectly free from Shoddy or Flocking.
Made from a Fine Quality of Pure Wool.
Something entirely New.
Low ! ' Low ! Low ! Low Prices Tell !
A full Line, well selected, extra patterns of late in the
new Sacks; also, Cutaways and Prince Alberts. No other
House handles this line of goods in Ashtabula. New and
most Nobby Patterns. No other House in Ashtabula can get
this line. All of my goods are manufactured expressly tor
my trade and no one else. My Stock consists of
MEN'S, BOY'S & CHILDREN'S
G LOTHING, HATS AKD CAPS,
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
All Bright and New ; Not an Old Shopworn articie
in the storefand are sold at such low prices as will -tomJi
you. As I have said to you before
LOWPKICES SELL, THE GOODS.
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date below precedent.
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