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V Ayer's j Hair Vigor, FOB RESTORING GSAY HAIR TO ITS j NATURAL VITALITY AND C0L0& j It is - most agreeable dressing, Thick j it at once harmless and effectual, for pre- j erring the hair. It restores, with the j glosi and freshness of youth, faded or gray, . light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep i black, as may be desired. By its use thin' j hair is thickened, and baldness often I though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immediately, and causes a new ' growth in all cases where the glands are not decayed; while to trashy, weak, or otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality and strength, and renders it pliable. The Vigor cleanses the scalp, cures and prevents the formation of dandruff; and, by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing properties, it heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and soft, tinder which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair are impossible. ' As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair, The Vigor is incomparable. It is color less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will 1 not soil white cambria It imparts an j agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an j article lor tiie toilet it is economical ana unsurpassed in its excellence. rUPABSD ST Dr. J. C. IYER & CO., LotteH, Kass.. Practical and Analytical Chemlata. 0 LD BY T,T. DEUGGIHT3 EVEBTWHEEB. For sale by C. E. Swift, Ashtabula, Ohio. t A MONTH Rnrntced. ! a dmjr at home made by the i t idoxtrtooR. Capital not re j quired ; we will tart yon Men, women, buya and eirla PPREI II make mooev faner t worn kaV V? Jt for us tban at any tbin? else. Tbe woik is lii?ht and pleas ant, and such as any one can iro light at. Thoee who are wii-e bo see tbi notice will send as their addresses at once and see for themselves. Costly outfit and terms free. Now is the time. Those already at work are laving np large snms f money. Address TRUE & CO., Aoirncta, Maine. 1537-88 I i s The Qnfr Remedy THAT ACTS AT THi tAHi " THE LIVES, -THE BOYiTLS, and the KIDNEYS Thit combined action, give it won derful power to cure all cuseata. Why Are We jStcKT BecavM vx aZUno thae great organs to beeomt cloned or torpid, and ooitonoxukvmortare there fort farced Sinio the blood that thould be erpeUed naturally. 1 BH.IOISaS, PIUS, COSTl PATIOS, M Kin(F.T COlPL-alSTS, IRISABI JlEJLSF.S, FEMA1E WKAk D1S0UUEKK, ! l .'nn fine action of these ernant j and ratoring their jxnoer to throw oft ! disease. WbT Saffpr Billow pIm u. achu I WhjUtrm,te4 vita Piles. CatipUa! 11 y aaJara aerroaa vr un ttwiciau kj km sieeplaM atighU I Vtt KIDNEY WORT and rejoice in ! Health. Jtisa dry, vegetable compound and vackacawOI Bite tx otaof UnUdae. Get it of yow Drugo'-t, he ir'J order it jar you. 1 1 xxj. TEL13, KTTZZS ft CO., Tmsdeteri Rowers, Beautiful Flowers ! Plants and Vegetables! 1 nave mc dwi vua ui . i ....... ...... dine Plants I have ever before had, whether con- as lnnsl in,nlllV fir nildilfV. Mt , . ... I . . U . U..n.c unA Rod- stuck of Fnchfias and Jeraninm is very large and of great variety, and especially nne plants. Ol Foliage and Basket Plant. I have an excel lent stock to select from, embracing Begonias. Colin. Achyranihns. :euianrea (DuMy Miller) iM ..a Uv Prinifa Vrhenas. Heliotrope. Cnphea. Pileas, Salvias, Ivies, Rosef, Lycopo diurcs. FevenVw. Cinarar'.a, Pelnias, (Double 1 G.n.lal II : Vk, :i j Plant lltrll H I Ifl h ' i RI . Gladiolus. Caucea, Calladium, Ttberoees all ol tliem verr tlae. I can farni-h Froit and Orna mental Treca. Hedge Plants. Blooming and Fo liage Shrnbs, Strawberry Plants in variety. Rasp berry Plants, Asparagus and Pie-Plant Roots, all kinds or Vegetable Plant in theii season, and many kinds of Annual Bloonrug Plauts all of wniCD 1 oner si price cuubiuci.j - . . , . I am enn- given in me nuuieivua v' " ' - sutntlyreceiviDg. n 1 shall be prepared to furnish Cat Flowers ant riorai &imcm-a, puvi. i""i,v .... isfactftry terms : aisoeanynu eciwiituic tables and Small Fruits, in small or large qcan linen. . . Flower Pots of four sir.es, SVf. S, $X and 4 Inch at ic. lc, 4ie and sue per dozen. Correspondence solicited, and a cordial and earnest invitation given to all, in want of any thing in my I'ne. to see my stock and get my pru es venire uuruuuint;. . Mvtireen lionse ana grounai are -"'' street, Ashtabula, near the Franklin Division of me a, o. at. o. xv. n. JAMES P. JENNINGS EVERY Come 1 n Oa-r2rlnsos. Come In Wagons, Come on Cars, Come on Foot. It Will Cost Tou Nothing ! To look at Goods and get Price", Be snre and get my prices befote yon bay even one Dollar's worth of Goods. I have everything one can wish for from tbe veiy plainest to tbe most elaborate which I am selling at prices never before heard of. Furniture manufacturers, all over the Country, are advancing their nrices 10 to 15 per ceut., but having purchased a laige lock previous to tbe advance, I propose to give my customers tbe benefit of it. Now is your only opportunity to avail yourselves of the LOW PRICES, at JOHN DUCRO'S MAMMOTH IFURMTURE WAREROOMS, 161 MAIS' STREET, -AT U i"i M TO all parties who "buy for CASH (as we will sell to no others) it will pay to visit the Ashtabula Store 4k "O" ANY KIND OF E O TIONS , OR FANC Y GOODS s of any Description, as we have the largest and most varied fctock of Goods in the County. They may not be as cheap or as well bougut, as our facilities may not be as good as we are not in league with any other store but prefer to paddle' our own cape and if our goods are not as well bought, and- sold as cheap as any establishment this side of SUN RISE, we will beach our frail bark and leave the. stream to others. ALL we ask is for the Customers to be the Judges and as soon as we get time we will fill this space with a list of prices in advance of all competition, which will need no pow erful logic to tell you where to purchase to make yourself rif-h or at least SAVE MONEY. Many an experienced eye will scan these lines, and in so doing do not forget the place and B 4 U buy C3r I "V JH US J. O-A.I.I.. Most Respectfully, L.W. Smith & Son, ASHTABULA ASHTABULA, OHIO. TIIE loners BODY ! Ingersoll on Labor. wmp time since, thns expressed bimself on tlie labor question : tverv man ougnt to uc muur w ynj he pets. He oueht to desire to give full valne received. Tlie man who wants f 2 worm oi worK ior i is no non est man. The man who wants others to work to such an extent that their lives are burdens, is utterly heartless. The toil of the world should continually de crease. Of what use are your inventions if no burdens are lifted from industry if no additional comforts nnd tneir way to the home of labor? Why should labor fill the world with wealth and live in want? Every labor-saving machine snouia help the whole world. Every one should tend to shorten the hours of labor. Reasonable latcis a source of joy. To work for wife and child, to toil for those yon love, is happiness, provided you can mnlra ,arv, Kartrtvr l?lll in nrrtrir lllfA ft Ul.& luvui 111 " v - ' slave to see your wife and children in a . . .1, l e l : . rags to git. at a uuie uere iuuu 10 cmuoc and scarce, to rise at lour m tne morning to work all day and throw your bones on a miserable bed at night to live with out leisure, without rest, without making those you love comfortable and happy this is not living it is dying, a slow lin gering crucifixion. The hoursof laborshould be shortened. With the vast and wonderful! improve ments of the nineteenth century, there should be not only the necessaries of life for those who toil, but comforts and lux uries as well. What is a reasonable price for labor ? I answer: Such a price as will enable a Mn 1, of th mmfrirts of life! uiaii fcu - , w -1,1 - - 1 to lay by something for his declining years; so that he can have his own home, his own fireside so that he can have the feelings of a man. I evmpathize with every honest effort made by the children of labor to improve 1.,,;- .1 ;t That ia a nnnrlv Pt)v- erned country in which those who do the most nave tne least, inere in euiue n -(r n-lton mpn rinve to beer for leave to toil. We are not yet a civilized people. When we are, pauperism ana crime will vanish from our land. There is one thing, however, of which T onI nrnnrl nnd that is. that M. CVXJU nuu J " ' , , society in our country is not petrified : i, t,A rwir orp nnt nlw-nvn nnfir. The lUAIt ... l r. . - - I children of the poor of this generation IJCAl. X"V ''"J vm. r- eration may be the poor of the next; sc after all, tne ncn iear ana me poor iiojrc. It is the glory of the United States .Lor Ya iwr mon mav tfllrp his RATI nn iiiat tuv jaui j his knee and say, "My son, all the aven ues of distinction are open to you. i ou can ni-e. aucic 10 uu oi,. , . v . uu ... 1 I. : . .1. ..a.., wott nnt QCnl ro TtlP rmtr. tu Willi 11 jvu nn'l mjv j' I ' erty of your father will be no millstone wCr,.i ,rr,i riopV T h e Titiblic sclitxilf are open to you. For you there are edu: cation, honor, fame and piwpenty These thoughts render holy every drop of sweat that rolls down the face of honest toil. I sympathize with the wanderer, with rnmmf nnl nf OTllTllAVmpnt with the bllC , v'i V ........ , .. sad and weary men who are seeking for v.,, - - f work. V lien l see one oi inese men, . .1 rinnHuco n mntfpr Iinnr lin 1 K M 1 1 111111 iiiciiuw ' he is, I think that somebody loved him 1,0 Iia wan nnop hpld in the arms of a mother that he slept beneath her loving eyes and wakened in the light of her smile. 1 see mm in tne crauie, lis tening to lullabies, sung sott ana low, , i - 'niii. r. : .1 : , lrl no ti,,,,,!! ana ins uiue iauc id uiiuyicu I'miis" , . T,. A ,1 I. T uy me rosy uugcin m m, think of the strange and winding paths -nrnv iwirla thnt. Vie hns t.ravplerl L11C Yttrtlj ' ........ from that mother's arms tovagrancy and W There should be labor and food for all. VtTrt inronf Wa falrA ftll Tfl n til (Tft Of the lit; xuium . , ... . , forces of nature. We enslave the winds and waves. We put shackles upon the unseen powers, luese umves mwuiu lease from bondage all the children re- of The Long-Lived Man. It is nasy to sketch him. He frzs a well proportioned stature, without how ever, being too tall. He is rather of the middle size and somewhat thick set His complexion is not too florid at any rate, too much ruddiness in youth is sel dom a sign or longevity. Hair, ap proaches rather to the fair than to the black : his skin is strong but not rough. His head is not too big. He has large veins at extremities, and his shoulders aie rather round than flat; his neck is not too long his belly does not project, and his hands are large, but not too deeply cieft. His foot is rather thick than lone, and his legs are firm and round. He has a broad chest, and strong voice, and the faculty of retaining his breath for a long time without difficulty. His nerves are never out of order ; his pulse is slow and regular. His appetite is good, and his digestion easy, lie has not too much thirst, which is always a sign of rapid self-consumption. His passions never become too violent or de structive. It he gives way to anger he experiences a elow of warmth without an overflowing of the gall. He likes employment, particularly calm medita tion and agreeable speculation is an optimist, a friend to nature and domes tic felicity has no thirst after either honor or riches, and Danishes au thought of to-morrow. Chinese Leprosy. In that slum-hole of the Chinese quarter, says the San Francisco Chronicle, if any special designation of filthiness be applicable to the gigantic nuisance in the aggregate known as Bull Run alley, is located the leper hospital, an institu tion the existence of which is-little known to the outside world. The alley in question has a depth of about 100 yards. It is lined on either side with dirt-begrimmed rookeries of antique arch itecture, representing early San Fran cisco in that advanced stage of putrid decay which might correspond with the rottenness of the Egyptian catacombs. In all the utter hlthiness of Chinatown, the Stygian retreat excels In its multi plicity of sickening odors, each in itself too rank and ponderous to combine, ex cept through, some powerful amalgamat ing process, in row ot low wooden buildings at the northern extremity of the alley is situated the supreme horror of the place, the leper hospital. That such a dangerous abomination should be permitted to exist in the very heart of a populous city m America is one ot th mysteries of this stupendous exhalation San Francisco. In exploring this retreat. a reporter discovered in dinerent apart ments on tne lower noor no less than eighteen wretehed victims of leprosy In the various stages ot horrible distor tion peculiar to the loathsome disease described in Holy Writ as the prime curse of humanity. Ihe subjects were stretched on rude forms, covered with mats, and writhing and groaning with pain. A portion of the cases examined Dresented the peculiar symptoms of the scaly leprosy, the flesh of the body and limbs being covered with white scales, While at the extremities the flesh was in a state of rottenness, the fingers 6eeming liable to drop off. Other cases of the type were known as elephantiasis, the enectoi which are even more norriDiy repulsive than those previously de scribed. In this form of the disease the limbs swell to an enormous size, and the flesh of the face is distorted in great protuberances out of all resemblance to the human countenance. The rooms of this horrible retreat were dark and black with the smoke from a number of fur naces, at which cooking was going on after the filthy style in vogue with the Chinese. This place is only resorted to bv the lexers after the disease is so far advanced as to prevent them from longei obtaining a livelihood at cigar making and other industries: and the collection of other helpless lepers here described represents only a fraction of the number that might be discovered by a thorough search of the Chinese quarter. The reiiixinder of Bull Run alley, contiguous to the leper hospital, is inhabited by Chinese vegetable peddlers and others engaged in the lower pursuits. Fashionable Preacuino. As he was Ascending the pulpit steps one of the el ders button-holed hiiu to whisper au ad d: .onal caution. "The liquor dealer has just come into the church, and he gives us a lift, some times. 1 wish you would not be partic ular to allude to the whisky business or the temperance question." The young minister, getting frightened to see the moral ground thus steadily narrowing before him inquired: "Whom or what shall I preach against, then? The elder's reply came like an air of triumph. "Preach against the Mormons; they haven't got a friend in town." An Easy One Tlit-re is a twtlve-year o!J young--ttr livinu on 1 t-trcet who never lads in aiiswt ri:ir any ciiicst n-ii i.nt linn. the ii'lir -lav his i -titer lii d t. "-'.iiii!j him wilh thi prob lem: "Mv sou sumiosc von had a kiiclieu in the northwest corner of your house and a st:ililein the south east '.'iiriicr ot vour van!, so that when the wind blew from the north west there was a stronsr smell of corn ed beef and cabbage in the huiise lid when the winu came from the -mitheast there was a i-lronij horse dor about the pren.ises, how would vim net. 1o lirHVnt. the corned beef odor frum permeating the kitchen. and the horses o(i(rtroni pcrmc-atms the kitchen?" "Why" replied the lad, "IM keep my horses in the kit chen and conk my corned beef in the stable." Virginia (Xev.) Chronicle. The Interior of Newfoundland. The interior of the island is at present almost wholly uninhabited. Traces of deer fences, thirty and forty miles long, only remain to tell of the sports and labors of the Bocothicks, the aboriginal Red Iudian tribe, long ago exterminated or driven away. The shortsighted policy of the whites' in killing the goose that lays tlie golden egg, led to the destruc tion of the unfortunate Bocothices, fur the sake of the valuable furs of fox, otter, etc., which they alone could pro cure. With them, of course, died out the fur trade. After they had been wan tonly persecuted for over two hundred years, the local government in the be ginning of the present century, woke up to the idea of protecting a tribe that no longer existed ! As a step towards showing a jrood will, an Indian woman was forcibly taken from her home, bronght to St John's, kindly treutcr!, loaded with presents, aud returned hertrile. The incidents attending the abduction of this woman and the deai !i of her only child, so suddenly deprive- s of its mother's care, roused the ire of the Bocothicks, who at once resolved to kill any of their number who should afterwards be captured and returned. Ihe result of this was- that three more women, who were similarly treated, re fused to return to their homes. Two soon died. The third, a fine handsome woman, named Shanandithit, lived for two years with her captors and became quite civilized. After learning to speak English, she explained the reason of her refusal to return to her companions, saving she should surely have been killed. Since her death in 1825, not an Indian has been seen. The skeleton of "Marv March," who returned to her tribe "in 1S19, has been found dressed in white muslin adorned with trinkets known to have been hers. But though the Indian has been exterminated, the white man has not taken his place ; the country lying desolate. Over regions that should yield rich harvests to the farmer's hand, now Haunt the golden lily and the purple iris; tangled vines of cranberry, partridge-berry, and deli cate capillaire carpet the ground with iliirk-est LTeen fiashinz with fruit of scarlet and white: and thickets of blue berry, raspberry, and bakeapple in their season clothe in blue and crimson ana amber the wasting plains. Great forest: declare that beneath them lies a rich sub-soil that should furnish food lot thousands: and no man is found to till this great lone land, which is the secure homes of wolves, deer, biacK bears, hares, foxes, and all manner of ver min. Osprey and owl, raven, crow, and oiue jay, wooapecKer anu room, martin, wren, thrush, titmouse, blackcap, fly catcher, erosbenk. snowbird, and spar row, all abound in the woods : plover, bittern, snipe, whimbrel and sandpiper haunt the wilds and marshes. Part ridges abound everywhere. Water-fowl of "many speeies are found in the lakes and ponds, while gulls, cormorants, eider-ducks, goosanders, loons and put- fins abound on the sea coast, and are to be had for the shooting. Penguins were once plentiful, but have been almost ex terminated, and, almost within the memory of man, that now extinct bird,' the great auk, found a breeding place on the adjacent islands. Trout and salmon abound in the rivers and streams, but, thouch well protected by law, are wan tonly destroyed in districts where law is practically without effect, from the want oi an efficient staff of water bailiffs; The Sword-Fish. at London, or other of our fishing ports have no doubt noticed that at the end of the bowsprit of the large-sized fishing boats there is often an iron cage or frame, so made as to be sate tor a man to stand on it. This is the place from which the fisherman throws the harpoon to capture the sword-fish, and the sword-fish is just now the subject of considerable discus sion. Its ways have at least as much mystery as those ot the shad, salmon herring or any other unaccountables that we have. Prolessorij. K. uoode is study ing up the matter, preparatory to a re port to the government, isonie ot the interesting features of the fish are these It is found here and there Irom spring to fall in the ocean on our coast, lying asleep, the sailors call it, on the very surface of the water. No body on the American coast, so far as reported, ever saw a little sword-fish. The smallest, re corded bv a correspondent, weighed forty-six pounds. They run up to six hundred pounds. Their only known breeding place is in the Mediterranean. There the same fish are found weighing half a ponnd; from that they go up to very heavy measurement. It is natu rally inferred from this that all our sword-fish are Mediterranean products. H hat mysterious ocean current guides them over here ? Or is it an instinct that teaches them that here they will find the mackerel and menhaden that they feed on? One can almost imagine that the game of flight and pursuit kept up by these two siiecies starts at Gibraltar, and is run to iJlock: island every day. Ihe sword-hsh darts upon a school oi itsprey, and by skillful use of its sword wounds those that it afterwards captures nnd cats. Until this season nobody ever thousiht of catching it except by har poons. This year, however, it has taken tlie baits ot the trawls bottom lines ot the Cape Ann codiishermen, and many sword-fish have been caught in this novel wav. hat they come up and "sleep" tor is one ol the puzzles ot their nature. JLhey come and co as the mackerel and men haden dp, and from that it is naturally concluded that they spend their time chasing these small hsh. What with sharks, sword-fish, porpoises, blue-fish. sea-gulls, eagles and seines, and all the rest ot them, the hsix ot the herring tribe have led such lives of fright and terror that it is no longer a wonder that the movements of any school of them seem always guided by an inherent idiocy. It is less strange of them that they are all the while victims than that beine caucht bv millions yearly, they should steadily increase. There were nevermore menhaden on our coast than this year. Nothing beats lichtning for sneeu. less it be the way a boy jumps out of bed in the mornin-' when, after his mo ther has shouted herselt hoarse, he hears the tread of the old man's boot3 upon the stairway as he stealthily creeps to the top. "Rlirn-lora Trnt-O infn Tift linnon rf a horribly ugly old maid the other night. and just as they approache 1 her couch, the woman, who had been dreaming she was being proposed to by a handsome voung man, rose up in bed and ex claimed, "Yes, love, I will marry you." The frightened burglars sprang thirty feet through the window sash and never Btopped until they were hid under a hay slack fifteen miles away. In a wild part of Scotland a dealer in fish used to drive his cart a considerable r;ay inland. On one occasion, when passing a wild moor, where, although fcere did reside a schoolmaster, the knowledge of the inhabitants of affairs in general was not extensive, ho dropped a lobster. Some children picked it up, and wondering what the strange creature could be, took it to the schoolmaster. dominie put ou his "snarticles," and turning it over and over, examined it carefully. "Wee!," at length Biiid the oracle, "I ken inaiHt o' the wonderful animals o' creation, except just twa, and those twa I never saw. 'l'hev nro nn elephant and a turtle ilove; and so thin must be one o' the twa." The label upon a bottlo of airne-remo- dy, requesting the patient to shake well before using, i Buperilous. ji 5 .1 S iiiUii Cryfor pitcher's Casforia. Thcylito it because it is sweet s Mothers liio Castoria because it gives health to the child; and Physicians, hecanse Vt contains no morphine or mineral. Gas&oria Is nature's remedy for assimilating the food. It cures Wind CoUc, the raising of Sour Card and Diarrhea, allays Peverishness and Kills Worms. Thus the Child has health and the Mother obtains rest, pleas ant. Cheap, and Reliable. Mil JHIMEHl The most effective Pain-relieving ag"a for MAN anl BEAST the -world has ever known. Over 1,000,000 Bottles oll last year ! Tho reasons for this unprecedented popu larity, are evident: the Centanr Lini ments are made to deserve confidence they are ahsorhed into the structure; they always cr.re and never disappoint. No person need longer suffer with PAIN in the EACH, Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, for the CENTAUR Liniments will surely extcr-ni-uate the pain. There is no Strain. Sprain, Cut, Scald, Bum, Bruise. Sting, Gall or Lameness to which. BTanUind or Dumb Brutes ore suuject, that does not respond to this Soothing halm. The Centanr LINIMENTS not onry relieve pain, but they incite healthy action, subdue inflammation, and cure, whether the symptoms proceed from wounds of tho flesh, or Neuralgia of the Nerves t from contracted Cords or a scalded hand ; from a sprained ankle or a gashod foot; whether from disgusting PIMPLES on a LADY'S PACE or a strained joint on a Horse's Leg;. The agony produced by a Burn or Scald; mortification from Frost-bites; S-well-inirs from Strains; tlie tortures of Hheu- ma.tir.mi Crinkled fjr Hie, by some neg!coU-d accident ; a vliiaole horso or a Doctor's Bill ay ail be saved fioui One Bottle of Ccntaar liniment. Xo Housekeeper, Farmer, Tlantcr. Tenmster. nr T.ivnrcmnn. can aiTord to be w: i bout these -eronderfal Linimonts. They can bo procured in any part of tho glohe for 50 cts. and 81.00 a bottle. Trial bottles 23 cts. Q sj n I ! r a i it rr 4U Epnrts of disgnsting iliticous fiom the nostrils or upon tho tonsils, Watery Eyes, Snaffles, Buzzing in tho Ear?, Bealnesr., Crackling sensations in tho Head. Intermit tent Tains, over tho Eyes, Tcjtid Ereath, Nasal Twang, Scabs in tho Nostrils, and Tick ling in tho Throat are SIGNS of CATARRH, No other snch loathsome, treacherous and undermining malady curses mankind One-fifth of our Children dio of diseases generated by its Infections Foison, and one-fourth of living men and women drag out miserable existences from the same cause While asleep, tho impurities in the nostrils are necessarily BwaLovci into the stomach and inhaled into the InnJis to poison every part of the system Dr. Wei Ee Meyer's Catarrh Ctiro absorbs the purulent virus and hills the seeds of poison in the farthest parts of the system. It will not only relieve, but certainly cure Catarrh at any stago. It ia the only remedy which in our juds- nient, has ever yet really cored a case of Chromo Catarrh. Cured! Cured! Cured! Cured! G. G. Phesbcrt, Prop. Test End Hotel. Lon branch, Cured of 2u j ears Chronic Catariu. S. Benedict. Jr.. Jeweler, ('97 Proadwav. N. T. imemri. of fam'y) Cured of Chronic Catarrh. E. II. Browv, 83 Canal St., If. Y.f Cured of 11 years Llironic cutairu. J. D. McDonald, T10 Brosdway, X. T. SMer- lu-Law) Cureil of 4U years Clirumc Catarrli Mrs. John Doitciitt. Fih!:ill, N. Y., Cured of 8 years Chromic Ca'arrh. 3!rs. Jacob SwAitTZ. Jr., son Warren Pt . Jersey City, Cured ol IS year.- ciironiccaturni. A. B. Thorn, 1-1 Montnrme St., Brooklyn, self .and sonjCur.a oi cuti.rrn. F.ev. Wm. Antikrsoji. Fonll.am. IT. T., Cared i: J.U years Chronic Catarrh. Mli-e. Aimf.k. Opera Prima Dor.nn.T" have re ceived very gTiat ber.eJit from :t." A. IIcKisket, It. R. Tree.. S3 Broa-i Ft .X Y.: Iy family cxp?iienced immediate rei.ef."' &c, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c. "Wei Do Meyer's Catnrrh Cure is tho most important medical discovery since vaccination. It is sold by all Drug gists, or delivered by T. B. Dkutt Cn.. 45 Dey St.. X. Y., at a package. To clubs, six packages f,r 7 50. Er. Wri Ee i'cyer's Treatise is sent fieo to anyuotly. s.L&,Enl.t.i 'TDn. Santoi;d's lilYEB IxYIGOlUTOnJ 4.. -It never I'iVt hi 4 'Debilitates- r'J. t- & i 1 r; 'TRY -'h Pi i (0 6, 0 eA oW t'-ol 5 ' i Tac ii3 w- ft 4 r;a" 0'5 : rtJ", "U 11 a-' lO .,ai9 V 1 a . A 1 .c.V'OtJ i 8 ii U I i p. si,iib:a 4 n lSk Q Br) CV' vt . "' -Li i v e r5 ' an J by tho intblio.f! more tlmn 33 vpnrn ? Wltll m:proceiloiitxi rrsnltu SEND FOR CIRCULAR 3. T. W. SASFOSD, H.O., J. M. WILCOX, will hereafter he found In Ills luillillii; timnitc Hinitirn (ipera Huiise, where can ahvavi le found a NEW aud WKI.L SKI.Kcl El) stuck of Poroisn te ISoiuostio CLOTHS, Casimeres and Vestings. Also a Full ami Complete Line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. and eterythim; nmially kept In a Flrrt-claxa Merchant Tailoring t:i)dirhment. A (rood lit unu low iricea aO OR ,ii8 a Staridaril Family R 'mr ly for .J; exliscasi-s of fie Liver, Stom.wh ."Ti, v. ui(l BoweiB. It is rurolv ' V t ;4 r- .a i tr v. a i I i t '. i-.se 0 I. l U . . It , I. .-vi ii n a opift ol' ft K -A WrM " 7i. "-.2 i i ;i t K v a rd?fj !?tl?V m niy rraetic.i tf lor Uttrmjte.d. HA UXESS, Fonr cs nnoTHEn I I 1 i .S on h;i:ii a jr.iinl ssort nu'iit Imih-? of :.;:- i: 1! si's and L. -til . Sin -le m-'i OuuliK'. "'' T.i- !i -l .rl--n,;,iM .m l t-i-i- ler.-l. He i.-pteja.e.. I . 1.1: all ordel for work hhi v dt-?" iiitinii in his !:r.. SADDLES. lilDING Bi.inLK, "HIP', nALTEFUS, EuAXKl.rS. .Sc. He has xit laid ii. a lame utipply or la: re and ineilinm sttl Traveli.u Trunk. Theyareof vn rionf qnalities and values, and afforded at favor able pric-s. Tht wr-rtinent is ltorettier the larret of any in the rt-jion. T.e tmvelintr public are invited to lonk over this ttock. as they can hardly fail to find someihintr totheir mind. KOiil & UKOTHKK. A-aiinia.Seut. -a. 4"7a. 1H:ti,rf. PATENTS AND TRADE - MARKS U piiK iiru Lei UTa- Patent on Inventions. No Attorney fee in advance in application for pa i ents in "the I'niifd ST-ites. Special attention .iv- n o IntrrttTt-nce Ca?et before the Patent tflitv, ami all iitii.rat:on appertaining to Inven tions or P:itenrs 's aiso procure Pateiiis in (. aiu.d:i and other foreign connrries. Caveat Fi!t-d. CoDyrijh obtained. :rd all otht-r hu-ines transacted before the Patent ortice and the Conr's which demands the ser vice: of experienced Patent Attorneys. We tin vt had ten years experience as Patent Attor- TllK SCIENTIFIC I.ECOKD. AH Patents obtained through our airrcv, are noticed in .the Sjikntific Hecord. a inonttly pa Pr (,r;ai-' cii-p'.ilaiion. pnbtisbeo by ns, anu o voted to Sci.-ntiflc and Mechanical matters. It coiM-iiii- full lisis of all alloweo Patent n. SnU scrintU.n i Ci nts a yi-ar po-rpaid. Specimen i-opv ir-t. St-nd us vonr address on postal wird. INVENTOES. S-nd ns a descrption of your Invent; n. ctv !ir 'our itlrtt in your own lai i:uai:e. and we will ?iv an opinion as to pJU-ntabil.ty. witii Till in r s nciiors, charL'inT nothina for our advice. Ou: hook. 'liow to preKTTire Patent;," about the Paten! Laws. Patents, Caveats. Trade Marks. tlu-:rcost' &c. sent free on requeue. Address: 11. S. & A. P. LACEY, PATENT ATTOSXETS, No. 604 F Street, "Wasirgon, D. C. Neai !y ip;osi- Pnent t ':nr' Arrears of l ay. Bounty A: 1'easions. W,- have a Rerean in charge of expt rimced !.:v.y -r- .ind clerk-, fur pMr-ecnrion ofai! Sold- i-'r !H, Phv. Bonnty and Pensions. As we cht no fee unless fucco-sful, stamps for re turn p -iae should be sent ns. S. afc A. P. LACEY. nf A V.'i'.RK in your own town, and no I ' capital ril; ii. You can jjive the hu-iiiesi a ;ri ii without --xp'-nse. The III hest opportunity ever ortVreci for tliose III wildiiL'To work. Yon snonld try for J J voiirf -If whit yon can do at ihe busi e i fi'er. No room to exolain h-re. You I'n vtiteail j-onr time or" only your spare to rh-- bu-in.s. and ma!; trreat pay for ee ;our that you work. Womeu ma'se n murii . end for special private term and par- ars. hch we mail free, f ontrtt free. Don t . ;ini Df hard times wtMie von nave micu cr Address U. HALLE TT & CO., Port , .Maine. Trusses! --- Trusses I.r.'cr'-t asortmrnt of TBr8?ra, PuppfHTFRP aptt Siim i-DKit Bkaces in me Vrtt, liicudiuj m:inv bec-kst iju'Rovejiexts not kept eNewhcie. s,.f;.i!-:iUf miartmeni: lor ailiutmen. &"d txt irnar- ai.U't'fl. 1 riiH!e? for very bad cases and Elastic stot kics lur jruose ems m.ide to nrncr. E. M. HESSLER, Manufacturer and Dealer. 1-15 Ontario stree 15J0-5S CLEVELAND, O LEGAL I5LVXKS. A LARGE and complete stock of Lesal ilauks, for Rale at the TELEGRAPH OFp'ICE rnrr n I I r I TO A LL r t C C UlT I : who miter with ItllM'.'I AT1S7T, PIRALY'IS 1VKI ICAI.f. I I,M.KVUS!id SIMAl UN KILITV, General III Ilrallb, wastim Uteav. I riimrv Iiieie8. Kpinal Hl' oai"e, Dywpf pKia9 Kie.9 Ftc, to whom will he sent my Book on Medical Electricity, and Electro (jHlvanic llells, world renonneu for thei s'lrce?? in ?avin? iTinnv v.ihnhlt lives, by CUli- ISO A LI, rUHOHIC DISEASES. Send bymptonid and stamp lor DiHno-qs to 50-ltiOI !. .. AV. FORBES, 174 W. Fourth St.. I'ineiuoail, O. ELI TffiER. Importer of SCOTCH GRANITE MONT MEMS, ana Manuiaciarer oi AKEKICAN CRASITF, KIARBtE & IO.IlB-l. ES. Will also till all orders for Marble, Granite or Sand-stone work. Office on Center street, near the corner ol I'ark. I4tb-U JZS-Work done in the Hesl Manner." SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP 50 Years Before the Public Pronounced hy all to be the most Pleasant and Efficacious remedy now in use, for the CUKE Ol COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, HOARSENESS. licklin? sensation, of the throat, whoop in couirh etc. Over a million bottles sold with in the last few TEAKS. It gives relief wherever used, and has the power to impart benefit, that cannot De had from tne coniih mixtures dot in use. Sold bj all Druists at 25 cents per bottle, SELLERS' LIVER PILLS are also highly rec ommended lor curing Liver Complaint, const! pation, Sick-headaches, Fever and Ague, and all diseases of the Stomach aud Liver. Sold by all Druggists at '25 cents per box, 53-(M K. E. Sellers & Co- Pittsburgh, Ta. 1 W 8 B '815 1 nw v a., -ram m n m INDORSED BY PHYSICIAfiS, CLE3GYKEH AKD Tr!Z AFFL!ST59V??YVr HEEE- TKE EREATtST KE5!3, limS' PMK! Tcr? fc.f. stir Iwl lu I I LLv impeded in comtmi ntv m CURE SICK HEADACriEi;-;,1;;::-' TUTT'S PILLsfeS- CURE DYSPEPSIA. I Thi-ir f.U'r'.rc-t TUTFS FkLLS iSSS CURE CONSTIPATION. fi-sn:laJ2. ilWsy. jietni ii '.mi i h d, and TUTT'S FilLS it cure piles, r;',31 'ri-wr TUTT'S FILLS S-n CURE FEVERAND A&J&joy FUSH . TUTT73 PJLLSSS55KK CUfiE CILIOUS COLIC. 8-,"! 1 ''"''' - E i ' f-j in i ::. i: r I UlT si riil.5;'.V;.;.v:.:. ml n.a -.S !iro.j:c con-i;:v.::.-:i, CURE TORPID LIVES. (iSoUl v.'r-v,! 5 1 rin- TUTT'S PlUSf, V :j lnr- 1MPA3T APrETITju t i VV V A LUA B LE 1 T RUT H S. U J If vnunr'nifTf rintrfmrn Spoor tw?th, or langTiish- I lop iMttev-yj w hi lure ion If rm nrt n mirWtT. 8f!f iiri y.i ir i i out wuh e.in'iriii wi-i k.oi if vou IV. I wfuk aud sin Jmowiii wiiy, n'1 orertn-crd yowy if ''it a; .r 'i-.y n !i '; 1'lilUd, Hltiiuat Cltuiijr Hop ItiitorH irill!.rttor Yon Tf ynu are a inn n of tms-fimiN, wonkoi .(! Iir t i Bfi-iim nf your evryil;(Vjp.h:tirH; r it ra t Li tem, to lintf over yuurJiui-Uiihi work. Hup Ithtrrw v ill jlStreuciheu Von. Creliuii, or are 1 ow iuk tx ' tn t. ft u ol u.u Uio , Hup Itinera wlllf ttellevw Van. Tf you nn In the work 5-:hr.p, on the f -rm. rt f tii ' n lirrr, .ilil f-; i:lirit your H'wt. ;,! t-I.M'i ii Ujuiuk ur -Uai -tteUiatuiy withuutv tutuvl- Hop Itlitrrs tNdWbnt Yon Nrctl. If yon .n oM, nml voi:r 3 i f. !.!,, your n i if.-s u. t . ,i.tnl,.v,uxliii.'umttt wninu, Hop llltterft will iu)oa New LUc smJ Vlor. Hof Couaa Cuait i th nwitcst, lafwit and best, i Aak L'tUiatcu. j Onn TTop Pad f.irPtomnoh, Liver nd T.rlnTHHnr-1 rlrto liluIluTi funnily al.ii-';i'IU It 1. JkiIch. i 2X 2. 1 "n rb -uhitnml IrT' ' it. It :r- I"-m vl.iink i CitiifrvS Ust.' wi Op.a.u, till -At uud lUtlOoLu n j Atw-T...l.l t.v drtu-icMt, !lo(. Bitter, MfK. C i. ;.n!ktrr,N, V. : Headquarters for FOlt FALL, HAST J. KTCS-I 145 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. We hnve on Sale the Largest and Bt-st Line of OOTS j. rir X SHC Ever o (Tcied in Ashtabula. Don't fail to call and Examine all purchases. Men's Calf Hoots, -Men's lliiiKl MaUo Kip IJoots, Women's leblle Uuttoii Shoes, Women's Pebble Goat lJutton Shoes, Our Stock of MEX-S, BOY'S and YOUTH'S KIP, CALF and RUBBER BOOTS is the best line of BiK)ts ever offered in Ashtabula. C. A. HASTINS, 15 i7-tf 14S Opera House Blbok feFrom the Factory to the Vearer. 1 : :' 0 Hivirr compltted imnrrairati with one of tti l-tnmt Cottoa FsctoHnta tHe United Stvt for mn ur.liia.trd .ui'ply oi n:ritii ( 'iu -n, f ttretnti v low pri, aDd hma; 1 miy tncTr&MrJ oar tru.;:e for thf m wulfti lur ol nett'ii snd boy hf rt-S in ait itvl. e hve iirciucd to mala n iinpi-rtiitt tirrnrtnre frum lhc.-iiruo.ti:y lopLci t.y ir--Hr eu(jl:hmiit. mini t.iplr Mr. ?!? - il'-f'-ii in i-wtnniinn-li"n w:ih t h eotiMHmvr thov .line fn-irnmti pptit n-quiTd i v riMi(!'emt-ninU fHt!l trade mm raxi. r ia m.tk th f.(i ;.!, i:a-rtcruii;. ! offr l;'S....v.. -r 'u..u, L.-eu i .u: .v. I'rcacb Yktt b,:rt Uve. wjr fc: wear, . " . 4. 3 " A fWint set rolled! poM plated Siecre and CU-r Dnttont preotd to each purch ir of Z, or SiTTij.ie Ph'-t fnUSM r"T"'"', rnet prepaid by nsMl on rxrl-it f fS cotn. Wn Wtir mat tbee bii.ru i- t- pt.c Is- ia fivy iv- .wit. 16 be ftubattitnt'alt r im Host 1 7 t-; and .iu il :n gppf aruiKT, durabllit f And tty 1c to may fctiri ia tint u3rki:Livi.ii two or thris t.i:ift m m.i. j. ! nd r c t o .1 .-r worn, nrre . !ernc of chft d I-tih "f fna Di 1 1.- nf - k n c ... ofciif. Lrrri. uuki :p uric!"?!- :n 11 yn ma vi nil Mlld priB. Iojm rhirtn:nf (."u- ma k.vt. Fotimg bu. or turrrk.y lia- i. j mntf i (wji Iirni V..i3 '-. ft WILL YOU GO! WILL YOU GO! TO THE Files' D11 u. Grocery Store, Wlioro &ood Goods are Sold Cheap GEE&R GGERS, PROPRIETORS, would submit the following list of goods to the people of Ashtabula Count)- it being only a small propor tion of coods in stock and all sold at LOWEST CASH PBICES. No old stock. Call aud see goods and get prices, and we are sure of TT COFFEE. . Old Cost Java. Golden Kio. Green " Uoasted Rio. Java. Java Mixed. TEA. Gunpowder. Young: Hyson. Japan Fine. " Fair. " Good. Black-three grades. We -wont foe undersold on Teas or beat in quality. SUGARS. Granulated. Crushed & Cut Loaf. Powdered Standard A. AVhite Ex C. Yellow C. Brown STARCH. Corn. Silver Gloss. Common learl. MOLASSES. Xew Crop Orleans. Ex. fine Silver Drips CANNED GOODS. Pie Peaches Clb cans Yellow Peaches full weight best brands. Corn, Peas. Beans Plums Peas Apricots California and native eootls sold at old prices. Xo advance. JELLIES. i Currant Peach Orange Our DRUG STOCK IB COMPLETE! We only ask a trial to convince you that we can sell you goods at LOWER PRICES Than you have been paying- We put up our own CONDITION POWDERS ! And wan-ant as good as in Market at 30 CENTS PER POUND J TUTST THBM! DYE STUFFS a Speciality ! Fancy & Toilet Goods into mrvjiD. A large n 0 CUT ii on the way. Perfumes, Patent Medicines, in fact everything in the line. PRESCRIPTIONS! carefully compounded ly COMPETENT MEN. Thanking the public in general for their past support, we hope, ly fair dealing, and hy ever selling goods, that we are not afraid to wai reiit, to continue the same. No bate?, chromos or glass-ware given out to sell our goods but a dollar's wort h for one dollar. - . GEE & AID SHOE, TRADE AT our Goods and Prices before making you $2. a 2.oO 1.25 1.75 T FL A D E. Raspberry Lemon Grape. PICKLES. English in pint bot tles. All kinds. CHOCOLATE. Bakers Premium German Sweet. Flour Oat meal Graham Rice Cracked AVbeat All in bulk and fresh stock. TOBACCO. Here we are at home and don't vou foreet it ! 50 pails Baldy's Choice at 50 cents. Honey Dew, 75c. Gold Leaf, DOc. Plug, all kinds. Cigars & Cigarettes invoice of 6? r 000S I .ROGERS.