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ASHTAnULA. - - OHIO Friday Morning-, July HO, I8HO, Republican Nominations. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GAKFIEl.O For Vice-President, CHESTER A. AltTIIt'K, or NCW YORK. luy, October 12, .ry of State, WNHK.Nl), of Athens. Supreme Court, VAINF., of Tuscurawns, t Huaireme Court, JWKI.I., of Ashtabula. lonrd Public Works, rIKIt, of Muskingum. jl Commlsatonar, JkWOI.F, of Summit. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. NINETEENTH DISTRICT. publican Delcprttc Convention of .leUiontH Conjrrt'HHionnl District of imposed of tlic counties of Aslittt .uuga, J.ukc, Portage and Trum lidiJ in tlie City Hall in Warren, Wythe 12th day of August, 1880, "f., for the purpose of nomin 4'mlier of Congress and one Elector for said District, the 'resentatoin in said Convention -r every 125 votes cast for for Governor in 1870, in .if the said counties, and delegate for each final ir more, to be apportioned -ml townships by the Coun jmniittees each township or entitled to at leant one dele- the basis established, the roun I. rflll be entitled to the number of del' egales following, viz: Ashtabula. Oettogn I.alte I'ortHKO Truuitiull.... ..91 ...60 Primaries will be held in the several townships of the counlics named, on Bat urday, August 7lh, 1880, between tho hours of 8: and 8:00 o'clock P. M., for the election of delegates to said Convention ; the election to be by ballot, and the polls to remain open until 8 o'clock. HinT Fahhktt, I Ak,,,.hi W.iiua 1'. Hi'knceh. ( ""''tabula, T f fnaviruuii I l. 11. Kohij J. F. HcnoKiKi.D, K. T. C Alduilji, Lake. J. C. Hkatty FHKDEllH'K KlHSMAM, t Triimlu.il Mammon Aubtim. I Trumbull. Dirtricl Committee, In pursuance of the foregoing call, the Republican electors of Ashtabula county will meet in their respective townships, at the usual place of holding elections, on Saturday, August 7th, 1880, betweeu the hours of.3 and 8 o'clock P. 31., and pro ceed to elect 50 delegates to represent them in the Convention to be held at War rcn at the tlmo stated and for the puriHiso aforesaid. We recommend that the choice of delegates be mado by ballot t. On the basis of representation established, the several townships of Ashtabula county will be entitled to the number of dele gates following: Anhtntnila Home Cnnncuut Shcllleld Trumbull Wlllliimanukl.. Wayne Windsor Hftybrook ...... Orwell Colebrook Auallhhurg .... Amlovor lieu mark tleueva linrpcrBrleld.... Jeiliiranii Klhgavlllu l.cnox New 1.V1UO Monroe 2 ('berry Valley 1 Richmond t Morgan 9 ilOlUfl 1 Plorpotit 'i riymntith 1 Uurtagrove 1 Wabhhii 1. HeKNCMii, f Ashtabula Co. II KM ht r ahhiti , loin. ror COUNTY NOMINATION CONVENTION. TION. The Rcpubllran voters of Ashtabula County, are hereby requested to meet ut the usual places of holding elections hi their respective townships, on Haturdav, August 7th, 1880, between the hours ol'il o'cliH'k anil 8 o'clock P. M., and then and there elect by ballot, ono hundred and thirty one Dulegulcs to Uie Ashtabula County Republican Convention, to be held at the Court House In Jeirurson, on Mon day, August Dili, 1880, commencing at 11:110 o'clock A. M , of said day, and at which time and place the following coun ty olllc.cn will be placed In nomination, vi.: (NK HllKUIKK. nk auiiitoh. (Ink Heihiiidkii. (ink Comuihsionrii. (Ink Huhvicyoh. (Ink Inkiumahy Diuectoii. (Ink Coiiiinkh. The delegates to said Convention will Imi chosen on the basis of one delegate for every 48 Republican votes or fractions of 25 or over, cast for Charles Foster for Governor of Ohio, in Ashtabula couuly in 1871). The several towushlns are entitled to delegates, as follows : Ashtabula 13 Monroe 0 Amlover 5;Morgan 5 Austiubiirg o,New Lyme 8 Cherry Valley.,.. 3 Orwell 4 Colchrook U Pierponl 5 Cunncaul 11 Plyuiouih 2 Denmark 2 Richmond II Dorset 2 Rome 8 Geneva 12 Kayhrook 4 Harperslleld 4 Hhellleld 8 Hartsgrove 2 Trumbull 4 Jelleraon 8 Wayne 4 Kingsville 0i Williamsneld ... H Lenox 8 Windsor 4 In addition to the delegates, the Repub licans of each township will elect a meni ltrr ol the Com ty Republican Committee, and report his name to the I'imventieii with thecrelentials ol delegutes. At the primary meetings in the several tewnships for the election of delegates, the polls are to be opened betweru tho hours of 8 and 4 o'clock P. M., and in no case to be closed until 8 P. M., and as there are to be dulegales selected at the same time aud places, to attend the Judi cial and Congressional Conventions, we trust the Republicans of the county will all go to the polls and participate, In the Important business of selecting delegates to fully anil fairly represent uur party l the several Republican Conventions to be uem. ji. ji; j.f oNARn, 1 W. P. Hl'KM'KK, W. C. Haskki.i., A. H. Rowi.ky. Republican Excutivc Committee, Aslitn- ouia couniv. Jefferson, Ohio, July 14, 1880. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Announcements under this lieail will bo charged W( and enah, In all eases, should accompany the order. FOR RECORDER. The name of Capt. E. K. Mason is an nounced as a candidate for the offleo of County Recorder, subject to the decision of the Republican County Nominating Con-' vent ion. The name of A. It. Houghton will be presented to the coming Republican Conn ty Convention, as a candidate for Record, er. Announcement. The friends of E. II Piker, of Rock Creek, believing him to be eminently fitted for filling the place of County Recorder, authorizo us to announce his name as a candidate for that office, subject to the action of the Republican County ( nnvcnticn. ASHTABULA COUNTY. Rock Creek, July 26, 1880. Announcement. Relieving that II. II. Grover, of Hartsgrove, is well adapted to fill, with credit to himself and tho Coun ty, the office of Recorder, you are hereby authorized to announce his name to the voters of the County as a candidate for that ofllce, subject to tho action of the Republican County Conven MANY VOTERS. Hartsgrove, July 26, 1880. COUNTY AUDITOR. Tho name of W. II. Crowell will be pre sented to the Republican County Conven tion as a candidate for re election to the office of County Auditor. General Grant, it is asserted, has been chosen President of a mining company in New Mexico. Secretary Evarts is announced for an active part in the Presidential campaign, to make his first seecli in the city of New York. Our next President will be a heavy man Garfield Is six feet high and weighs 210 pounds. Hancock measures six feet two inches and tips the beam at 280. When nominated to the Vice Presidency Mr. Colfux was a widower. So were Henry Wilson and Mr. Wheelor. Both Mr. En glish anil Mr. Arthur aro widowers. An accident has befallen the Hudson River tunnel, by collapse, and 20 persons were buried and drowned. The securing of tho bodies deponds upon the building of a coffer dam, which will require some three or four weeks. We have the note in advance from our Democratic friends, that they aro going tomakoa lively campaign in this State, We aro glad to have this announcement made full aud unresorved, as after elec tlon we do not care to havo it claimed, that they nover expected to carry the Buckeye State Garfield's own State 1 The three candidates for President this year are none of them very rich men. Gen. Garfield is said to be worth about f 30,000, Gen. Hancock perhaps twice as much, while Gen. Weavor is not worth over five thousand. The candidates for Vice-Presi dent are all wealthy, William II. English being tho only millionaire among them. In Cinnlnnati coal is sold by the bushel, and so firmly is this practice fixed, that the people will buy in no other way. The State law fixes the weight of a bushel at 80 pounds, but the dealer gives only 72 pounds. This arises from the inability of the dealer to make a saving business by buying by weight and selling by measure at 80 pounds to the bushel. General Hancock, In one of his letters, says "It's principle not men." It would be kind of tho General to slate what are tho principles of tho Democracy. Except lug "State rights," aud such other rights and principles as grow out of these the shot gun principles, and bull-do.lng prln clples. We haven't any derlnito Idea what they are. The list of Judgo Sherman's namo in Con nection with the Congressional canvass, although well enough known, perhaps, to be informal and unauthorized, Is we may say from personal information not to his lasto, or in accordance with his wishes. His preference is to be In no way mixed up or identified with it. However kindly the motives thai may have prompted it, his feelings would be consulted more fully, if his name were in no way mentioned in this connection. General Garfield, the Republican candi dal for President, is an elder and local preacher iu what is known as ths Campbel- ite churoh. General Weaver, the Nation al Greenback candidate for the samo of fice, is a prominent member of the Metho dist church. He is one of the swoet sing ers of Israel, having a rich and highly cul tured voice. Gen, Hancock, the Democratic Presidential candidate, is not charged with having any religion to speak of, though his leanings are said to he toward the Epis copal church. Some of the newspapers mention James Reed, Sr., the able editor of the Ashtabula Telegraph, as possibly one of the 'Mark horses" in the coming Congressional con vention. What foundation there is for this rumor we cannot say, but we do know Mr. Reud as a superior editor, a sound Re publican and most estimable gentleman, who would do honor to the Distriot iu Con gress, or in any other public capacity, Geauga Leader. It has beeu for tome time a little unac countable, that the essential fact here em bodied by our Burton contemporary, have not before found expression, W have never had any doubt of capacity enough fur an average member of Congress, but the embarrassment of an iuats modesty has always stood in the way of asserting it and stepping into the arena. It this jus tice and foresight of the Leader should re sult in a nominal ion aud election, the Leader establishment may apply with im plicit oonfidence for any ollloial favor with iu our gilt. JAMES A GARFIELD. IS HE THE MAN FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES—WHAT ARE THE PROBABILITIES OF HIS ELECTION? As pastor In Chester, Geauga County, O., when ho waa a student there, Bud lie. ing familiar with (ho region ho has so ably represented these many years, I feel impelled, although not a politician, to notico the above Inquiries. 1st. Then James A. Garfield is honest In his youth and early manhood he was noted for his sincerity and trustwortlii ness, considered incapable of a sordid nclion. Such he continued to lie as ho ad vanced in years andcamo Into public life As a teacher in the common school, Pres. blent of Hiram College, Mcmlur of the Ohio Ijgisliilure, an otllcer of Iho army, and as a Congressman, he has proved him. self of inflexible integrity. ' 2nd. He is capable. Endowed by na ture with an intellect of high order, and drilled In the curriculum of William's College, he is a scholar, a mini of liberal education and extra culture. ..Fond of in vestigation and devoted to books tbess for ty years, his stores of knowledge nre diver sified and extensive. The laws of human progress, the history of nations, the rjse anil full of empires, and the nlluirg of gov. eminent have lieen his study. A close rcasouer, his range of thought and com. parison is wide and comprehensive. 8d. He is an earnest patriot. When our country was in danger and the cry for help struck his car, he was ready to respond. His eloquence and energy aroused multitudes. President of Hiram College, he left the balls of Minerva for the Camp of Mars, at the head of the 42d regiment of Ohio volunteers, marching to the front. In council und in baltle he showed sagacity and courage. When oth ers flinched he ventured to pilot a frail boat through storms and torrents, for thir ty six hours, bearing supplies to his starv ing soldiers. When invited home he re plied : "My place is on the tented field. Nominated without his consent unci elect ed to Congress, he continued with the army some fifteen months, then reluctant ly hastened to tuke his seat on duty at Washington. 4th. He Is a statesman. Iu the legis lature of Ohio, in 1800 and 1801, and In Congress from 1803 to 1880, he has had great opportunities for observation, and turned them to grand account. Chairman on military affairs, and on ways and moans his ability was conceded by nil. An orator, his logic and eloquence are at command ; a gentleman and philanthro pist, his very presence is a benediction. 5th. He loves the American Union, and his rebukes of fic'cesslon and treason, have been us keen as a Damascus blade, and yet in such graceful terms that the most captious can hardly be offended. 0th. He is a born leader. In his boy hood and early manhood many followed him, as by iutuition. It was tho control which a true and noble mind ulways ex erts. In bis Congressional d istrict of great prestige Bnd very jealous of its honor, he was the worthy successor of Joshua It. Oid.l Ing and with a constituency unsur passed in the land, has been elected nine times over Democrats, and Liberals and Grcenhuckcrs, standing by genuine excel lence, sound to the core, no artifice, no jobbery. His sincerity and ability, pat riotism and wisdom, triumphing by real forco of character, he is now senator from March '81, hut for his call to s still higher seat. 7th. He Is a pattern of fidelity, as we have seen. As a student, with his own hands working his way up, be mastered his way from the First Reader to Butler's Analogy, from the multiplication table to conic sections, from tho simplest rehears al to the creations of Demosthenes. There was no superficial work In his foun dation and there is none In the superstrue lure. Hlacareer iu the public service haa been in tlie siime transparent line, every duty conscientiously and faithfully per formed. 8th. Ho is ready lor any emergency. Not only at Piketon and Chlckauianga could he savo the day, but in the highest commotion of tho Chicago Convention. In that tempest he could nrrest and enm mand attention: by calm suggestions, magnanimous and conciliatory, quieting and harmonizing the suethlug elements. Oth. He Is prompt, even in the midst of Imperative calls. He does not enjoy bus puuso and will not inflict It upon others. This virtue, rare and hardly to bo over rated, we admire In tho oottage and in the mansion. Ho gives twice, who gives promptly. lOih. Hu is a citizen and civilian, with Just military experience enough to round out his education, and know what to do In case of rebellion or Invasion. The country, sick of gun powder, demands a statesmau, u uiau eminent in political knowledgo, learned in science and the laws of nations, in literature and the arts of peace, of sound judgment and compre hensive views, appreciating the claims of Justice and humanity, protecting the white man, and the black man, and the red man, securing for all, as far as In his power, the inalienable rights of life, liber ty and tlie pursuit of happiness. Geuernl Grant said nobly, and tlie people now say, "Let us have peace," and to carry out this peace policy wnwant not a pampered ar istocrat, petted and feasted all his life, at the expense of tho government, but a man emphatically in sympathy with the mass- understanding their circumstances, their needs and their possibilities a man of the people aud for the people, rising and towering by bis own genius and in dustry, challenging the respect, confidence admiration and support of the whole couu try. Such the timely gift of Divine Providence Is James A. Garfield nomi nated In June, to be elected in November and bo March 1881. MEAD HOLMES. ROCKFORD, ILL., July 3d, 1880. The New York and Indiana Democrats are not a unit on the tariff and currency questions. As a consequence of this diver gency of opinion, Hancock aud English are unable to frame letters of acceptance that will match. One of them will have to eat crow. THE WAR A FAILURE. The relic copperhead naionni conven tion which met in Chicago in. 1808 in adopt some method for ending tho war, even if a surrendering to the 3outh was necessary, adopted the following traitorous resolu tion: . "UemUeH, That, after four ymr of jmmrem restore i tie union hy the exper iment of war, during which, under the pre tense of a military necessity ol a war power higher than the constitution I he t'onetitntutn itneif has ben diNgrsced in every pari and ;uWie liberty aiul private right alike trodden down; justice, human ity, lliwri v anil tlie public welfare, demand that iinuiediale effoi is be made for a ces sation of hostilities, etc. This convent ion whs held but a few days after the baltle of Gellyshurg, where Gen iinucncK more signally dlsiingutxhed him self llinu anywhere else during tho war. Iu view of this proposition to back down in less limn Iwo moiiihs after that great aud important victory, the question is nalu rally asked how Genet ul Hancock CBine to bo such a failure In 1804, and such a hero in 1S80? Why should a man who had been conspicuous In "four years of failure when "tho Constitution itself had been disregarded In every part," where "public liberty and private rights alike had been trodden," etc., be elected by the Democ racy of 1880 as the great chicflain to rule over us? The case is peculiar and phe noiuenal. The possibilities in cunucution with the office of Vice President are causing Demo crats of a prudent aud patriotic turn of mind to look with apprehension at one of the names on heir National ticket. The San Francisco daily Bulletin, in a lengthy and very able editorial says: In the present campaign General Han cock has been placed in a position, in politics, into which he never has allowed himself to be forced in war. There can be no question that he is a truly loval man. His services and his wounds settle that point beyond controversy. But behind him stands W. II. English, one of the most obnoxious politicians of the ante-war times. Whatever prominence he fins train ed was tlie bad prominence of a pro-sUvery Democrat. He was distinguished through tlie whole of th Kansas imbroglio, which was the prelude of tlie war, fur his sub- serviency to lliose who were even then conspiring to destroy the Union, ids course was so unpopular and unpatriotic that it consigned linn to oblivion for 20 years. W. 11. English Is. in a sigiiificent sense, a fire intherearof General Hancock. If tlie Democratic ticket should be elected and General' Hancock should die. Mr. En glish would bee o President of the United slates. e think the people would con template with greater serenity Robert Tombs or even Jefferson Davis in that position. Nor can English oe separated oy I he voter from Hancock The one has to go with the other. WOfXb I.IKK BOMK MOKE. Plymouth. Ind, Ocl, 5, 1877. llermaa ft Bnlrher, Oberlln. U. (ientlemeii: When 1 was In Ohio I boiicht some or Ur. Feiinur's Uluod and Liver remedy and Nerve tenle at your slope. I never wok siiyininK mat am m so much irooil n so short s lliuu. 1 woidd like to Eel some more of it i viiiiuui niiu ii neru. win yea let me know what 1 cu gut ono half dozen bottiea for, and oWlBO Mary Mvdrourn. Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic may well be called "The conquering hero" of the times. Whoever has "the blues" should take it, for it regu lates and restores the disored system that gives rise to them. It always cures Bilious ness anil tiiver complaint. Jaundice, Dys pepsia, Constitution. Headaches. Fever and Ague, Spleen Enlargements, Scrofula, Ery sipelas, Pimples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions ana Wood Disorders, Swelled Limbs and Dropsy, Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves and Nervous Debility; restores flesh and strength when the system is running down or going into decline; cures Female Weakness and Chronio Rheumatism, and relieves Chronio Bronchitis, anil all lung and throat difficulties. It does these things by striking at tho root of disease and re moving its causes. Dr. Fenner's Improved Cough Honey will relieve any cough in ono hour. Try samiile boltle at ten cents. Dr. Fenner's Golden Relief enres any pain, as Toothache, Neuralgia, Colio or lleaituclie, in 2 to 110 minutes, and readily relieves Rheumatism. Kidimv Comnhiinr Diarrhu'a, cte. Try a sample bottle at 10 cents. Dr. Fenner's Vegetable Blood and Liver VilU ti... n.. ..I 1- I . ' iiiiiiiiy pnysic Known. For sale by Swift. At wholesale by Strong, Cobb & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. "IIUMlllflBIl lrllki.la 91 When y iu want -o tblim toatteml strict ly to buslnesa uudeui-ea uoukIi or ooltl to the lusiil, net Ur. Keiiuer's iiiipruvuil Couah Hon ey It will relieve any uuau 111 one hour. y iiimu umup ai umi. A Wouderlul Discovery. For the speedy euro for consumption and all discuses thnt ,.ul tu t audi iu stubborn Coughs, neKleeled dolus, Hronobltla, Hoy pa ver. Aatblna. imln In thH al.lu a... I i.uu, .i-.. baekltiKeouah.tlekllnif In the tliroat.llourae nesa, Hore Throat, and all UiiKurlnK diseases of the throat and Iuiiks, r. Klna-'sNuw l)ls- t'ovyij. ni nu tsiiui udu mis esiuiiiiatied lo. llselfa world-wide reputation. Many lend. Ins physicians recommend and use It In tlmli practice. The formula from which It Is pre. pared Is hlfthly recommended by all medical journals. The olerny and the press have complimented It In ths moat kIowIiik terms, llo to your druggist and net a trial bottle nr leu cents, or a ri'Kiilar slsu for SI. Kor sale wi-w n iusrs, Asntanuia. Wanticd, (lata oi corn on anhsrrltitton. TKLHUKAPH officii. BORN. Husi-iihst -In Aahtahnla'July 351 h a ton to Mr. and Mrs, Husawll U. Huinshruy. Wettftil 10. MARRIED. Cool Wiaho. la Hayhrnok. July II, by O.K. .."iiiiiur npq. mr. nm. CU'll In Mla Minute Wiard, both ol 8aybruuk. BACHti.oa-Bi.aMsi.tT.-In Hpringnold, .Inly 11. r.ii,v,.,w.ii,ir,io, nr. .'iiarioa nacueior .lo Mias Ida lllakaaly, both of Cuunaaat. Uicsa-llaKwsTSR.-In Jefferson. July , hy : "V "J. ntiine nrewttsier sua Mr. Lorsn Illi-kf, both of Mourns. DIED. Baii.iv. At IheiesMeuce of Mr. Wm. Stephens, In Arlilaliuls. luili luat ,of conauiiiutlon. Mlaa Pauultt Ballay, age.d iu yagra. I'liNuHSa, la Bryaa, Wllllana Co.. July Had, niu. Piuik'UfH, fuuuurly ol Asutabufs. aged 7H. CBATToa.-In Klagsvllle, lUtta luat, Kdwla, sua Morris Cruylor, BAScoc..-Ia Orwell, on JulT , Mrs. . A, Babcock,an old and ealoemuU clliaoa of that placa. Roath -In Monroe, July It. ofparalvna, Willie, auu of A, K. aud Luis Hoolh, agad IS years. Cot.a. In Couneaut. Erie Co. Pa., July SO. Cordelia A. wile of John Cola, aired IU years. PATENTS obtained fur now InYcntloni, or for Improvement! Iu old uuu. I'tivutut sad tU Mtuut uue.imu uniiiHi.ly Httmultd to. INVkNTIONSTHAT HAVE BKKV TtKJKCT- nuj till. In mom Mftei, be (MimiM, b-m. biluif oplto the II. h 'trl Ortte, imi in KicJ in I'ATKNT Ul'NINKMH KXl'l.l 81 V KLY, we can f tt nre patent hi It hp time ttmn tlie who iro reimtla from Wuctitiivton and who niunt il-pend upor tU turtlU la nil UmutjacUoiil WIU the f I flit OMutj. Whun Inventor hoik) model or ketch we make earth In Mm J'nitmt Ortice titd advlanaa to iu putonUblllty fkkh or CHJ.UUI. CVrrtniMindfure nuindi'iitlal, urtttug luw, and NO C 11 A It UK UN LKSS PATKNT IS OHTAINKD. Wo ruler to Hon. J'onnitirr General 1) U. Ky, Utfv. P. I. I'owcr, to otHciai tu the U. t. PaUmt Office, and onpcctnlly to our client In witt Ntate ol Ui Uiil'to and In C'auudn. Kor vLMClalrulttitiUcei, term, advice., alec., A-dru C. A. KNOW& t O., urroaiTi 1'atkny Ormi, Waujmuton, I). C rj-IKNTH Northern Ohio s FA I It, CLEVELAND, OHIO, September 6th to 10th, 1880 HALF PARK Cur Freight tuul PHMHeriKnr on itll riillroiulN centering In Clevoltuitl. RACES EACH DAY! (OMMl'SCIXO TUESDAY. Dlrcl Avceas to farounda by Hull. TICKUTS, - 50 CENTS, Good for both Fair and Kaces. Kor Information or Catalogues, addresa the Secretary, at Cleveland, Ohio. J. P. KOIIINSON, Treat. CIKO. II. HURT. Hec'y. 4taugt4 CARTER'S KITTLE vr A'jr' CARTER'S Little Nerve Pills, -FOR- riERVOUS and DYSPEPTIC MEN AND WOMEN. r.verynprTOin person nhilJ try Carter's Little Ncivo v, lii- .i ;i:e m-de bixi;dly f;r t'.msc who BtilTvr fro i Ncrvcu--iess, Sl-'cplcss-if-s, Nervcus nnri S.cl; Ilea-! at lie, wenk St' much, iJy.iicpsia, lndici ii(n, tUc, They mny t used alone or In combination with (Srtcr'i Llf-le 1-ivt-r I'llli. and In either case w 11 f .ve most prompt and Kratef"' relief. iJyspeps.a iriikea you Nervous, and Nervousness macs you L)ys jjiicj either one render yuU miserable,, and the c httlc tills cure both. Price, fljcejts. Sold by Druggists or sent by uuil. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. NEW HORSE BOOK. 'A TrcntlMG on the Horde and 111 JHHCUHOH. About 300,000 have already ban sold In a short lime, at the low price of i5 cents, or Ave coules. $1, And every one who sees it pronounces It the bent book ever published for the price, and many claim It to be worth intra than nooks for which they have paid f" and flu. Hnd 4.1 rents In Btamna or enrrenrv to thn TKLttUKAI'H, Axhtabula, O,, for a copy. It jrfve the bent treatment for all diseases; Ims 8ft line engravingf. allowing positions assumod br sick hordes bettor than can be Uuifht in any other wav: a table thuwlnir doses of all th nrtn. ol 111 menlelnes tued for the horse,tas well as their effects, and antidotes when a poison; a Isrito collection of VAMJAULK HKl'KIPTH, rules for ifiiuiK mo ana oi a norse, wun an enmTing how fug teeth of each year, and a iftrge amount of other valuable horse InforinaLlou. IIuihIi-imIh of horsemen have proiifiuuced It worth more than hooks coittiif $5 and $10. The fact that '200,000 sold In about on j year, shows the heart approv al with which tlie book mouts. tf. Hold hy Thurbor dt (Jo., and O. IK. Swift, AaliUibula, and Part hat), Klnjisvllle. -lNOTIX'B to (OI NTItW INVAL1UN "ThkaTIHB OH NKItvni'i Dkrii.itv A wurn. Ing voice to Youth and Manhood aent In plain tea led envelope on receipt ol two 8c stainpa. Gives advice and Inutruclions by which thousand have been restored to health after all other rem edies had Allied. Written especially for those' tuOerluif Nervous aud special diseases resulting rrom enervating habits and indiscretion. Treat ment by correspondence a trt yearn' specialty sui strictly confidential. 6,000 testimonials M refpoufltble nervous. Address, UK. JOUN t'LBU 1K (IT. t-LAI It HT.. CLEVELAND, O. PRINTING OP EVKHY DKSC'ItlPTION RXBCUTSO AT Book & Job ritlNTlSU EST A B1..31I M BN T, 126 Main St., ASHTABULA AT TUB HIIOUTKST NOTICE AND AT TUB Lowest Cash Prices! We pones unegnalUd tacllttlea for ll.e prompt execution of PAMI'llLRTH, POHTKRS, CAUDS, CI1KH 1.A118. NOTES, ULLL-llBAUil, C ATAI.OUI KH, BANK CHECKS, l(K( KIITB BIIOW-CAItnS. I.KTTKlt-IIKAns, I'ltlMlHAMMK TK'KUTH, TAOS, UTATEMKNTH, HHIKKA, 4c, a a mux Aa Law Blanks of all Descriptions James Heed & Son, fBOl'KIKTOIW. m mm 1 EDUCATIONAL. ii-'S.-ji' Hillsdale College. Instruction thnrouih. Oo"d moral and roHplous lntltiiKfs. Kftnsfis vory low. TiiHton In Aroilmnlo Iiiitrtiiint nly l.OO Mrtritt. Morn than fifty vountt innn an' now In nttnulant o whoHn hoard, room-rmit aud incideutula do nos eoHt mon than 74 a year. Fivo Di'imrtments, Ai-fulrmfc. Thmlopirnl, rmiinierrial, Art and Music. In the Aeadeniio lour enurnos, t'lasKicnl, hcientilto, I'hiloRdpln cnl. anl Normal: tii'Riiles F.ltM'Llvi RttKllen ami 1'ritpiirntory Conrnus. Hnmitiful location, bih! fine now huilthiin. Hit teen Inntruetors, Kail i-Tin coinineiKM'H nrnt wouuesilay in HepunulMir, For Catiflofues send to rre. t. W. I'. 1)1 KliU, sr C. t. KILLS, Sm'i. Htllnlale, Mich. ' WESTERN Ml. HOLYOKE PlAN. -oOci- The 3llhyear will open KPTT0 m Terms for srhool year. 170; lor a limited nninher looKinir rorwurtl to rnristian work snd uet-dhiir anslsttncu, a student's fund is available, bond ior cviaiotjue to MISS lIi:i.RN PEABODY. 1)2 1)7 txtorl, ltutU-r Co., O. aitAND nivun. AIlVriNHtmO. O., J. TITCKRRMAN. Ph. B. Principal. FALL TKUM ol IS wguka IiokIil. TUESDAY, AUG. 1G THK PLACK TO PUEPAHK FOR TEACHING, THE PLACE TO PUKPAIIE FOIt COLLEGE, THE PLACE TO PItKPAKK FOIt BfSINESS, THE PLACE TO STUDY M ATIIKMATICH AND NATIONAL SCIENCE. Tho nlace to evcurc a aounil and nracllral iiiluca. Hon In the aborted time and at the leaal pupal. ble expeuae. Henu for a cataloaua. ui-uu is-. !iV-iWjfU PENNSYLVANIA FEMALE COLLEGE. PITTSGURGH.i DpllKhlfnry lrx-atcd on hiRh, extenalva RroiiDdaJ tt"av finm city uoiao a.id anioke. Hupi-rlori Farulty. well fin-ulKtied Laltorafc ry, and Taiuabla1 clli tinn of nilira'a anil lnvurtf bratea for 111 a-! ti atiii -tuily ff Niitiiral Kclrni-o. Koxt term ojua Sept. OUt. I tr c talogue. terina. fee. adrireaa: l.i.LKN Ji. PULLIlTKEAU, fraulmt. BEER. Importer of HUOTOH GRANITE MONU MKM'H, aud Munufaetnrer of AHEHK'AN : II A M i l:. IH A RULE 4 TOUB.IUll. Will alan till all orders for Marbln Ortinite or Hand-utone work. Olllce on Center atreot. HU5-U sr Work done in the Bent Aaiiner."1t GEAT'S SPEOIPIO MEDICINE. Trade mark The urtmTRADE mark edy. An unlall inp core ior Se.n Inal Weakness. H p e rmaturrhea. jtnpoiency, ana all dlsvasea that follow as a se Before TakinaAiitisf; at i.ossaa' 'rnVinn' vrsal Lastitudo. I'utn In tho Back, Dimness of vision, rremature om aifv1, ana mnny other dis eases that Ittad to Insanity and Cnnnuinntlnn and a prvmaturc grave. Fu'l iiartlculars In our painpr.MM, wnion we m-sirt' in tana rroo to overy ono. t-TThn Specific Medicine Is sold by all druiftfists at $1 pur packnifu, or six packages for $5, or will he st-nt true hr mall on rtx'tnt of the moouyhy atlilrefsiutr, Tlt Urmy TUedlrlue v.jctu. iu, ialMCIiauiCB IIKX'H, LIUirOK, MICn ftiold In Ashubula, and everywhere by all GROCERIES AT W. ItBDUKADS 6 TO HE. Yon will always And ft full supply of choice family Groceries & Provisions Which will he aold, for Caah, aa low aa at any place in the County. Call and eiamlne my Gooda and Prlcea before piircbaaino; elai'where. My SuckoonalaU In part of Siuiara, Taaa, Coffees, SPICES, CANNED FRUITS. K1IESH ritUlTS, o., alao FIA)UR, COKN1IEAL, ' PUOVENUEU, BltAN, I , OATS AND (JOHN, and varlona other arttclea too numerona to men tion. Alao aiuul for the uolobrated Batfalo Cream Ales & Porter At bla old aland, corner of Main snd Centre St. ASHTABULA. W. REDHEAD, CONSTITUTION WATER ooo DRura op 40 CONSTITUTION WATER THBKB TI.TIIi DAY, CtlRRS BltKIHT'S 1MSEANK. INFLAMATION OK THK K1DNEYM. STONK IN THE HLADD KU. CATAHK1! OPTIIR BLADDKH.fll.KET.DIAIIK TKS. tiHAVKI,, MHICii-DUbTliJiPuKIT.CUILU-HOOO WKAKNKKii. FtB FaM4LB CoMn.AINTa A SpECIlI.TT. For Bale by all I)nij;..ia. Send for Clruular. mOUO AN Ac ALIEN, 9 lobn NI.,N-V. 16o0 eow 811 -A. sh. tabula Real Estate Agency. "VTE hnve aome d.Hlrouhle h mi sea nnd lots yy Air aula aud Uirent. both In uwn nnd at the Harbor. And Mi fiiUowlng frtoafor aulei A fhrm of Km acres with fhlr firm bultdlns about A tut tea mini Ashtabula In the tuwu of blioftlold, i;hiwiu aud term eiisy. A funu of lwl aoros. Gmh1 buildings tind evury thins Intlie bent orilor. Hltnuted on the Cuiiler rood hut wool t'unuouul and Plor U011L J'iru,iW. A furm of mi tnros with khkJ bulldluKt about 3 mlloa fro 1 11 Ashtabula 0)1 tip 1'ly Utotitli HIJko. A farm of lit ftors with Kod farm liol)Uiigs liillu viiHl Of Ahhttihultton 8i)tM ItliiKti. Also sevotal nUiro roonia fur Ft (it- tor fur titr uurtUulura ti)(ijii'o itf. (iltKKN A M'IMtlAMfl. Over WMtt AaauoluUou iia4ikt Female Seinlnary 0 r ft - . X 1 "tB LEGAL, &c. S" Hr:HiKf'' n H.,. Mn.ler Coiiiiii.Mlfitnr llll- (If lllllllH Mill ll'llfllieilta AhIiIi, IiiiIb 1. J ' inn.,. t Hill ll I II lli-aul, luminal Ttiiinuis MrKweu, el., nl. Or dur nf anlo: Hy virtue of nn order or anle duly laaned frurii aniil roiirl In tlie nliove eiiae Ui ma ill. nvtpil, I will offer for anln liy wiiy of pnlillo n net Ion nl. I lie floor of tin Court Hon, in Ilia vlllntrn or.lelteraiin, AHhbihnia County, tlhlo. on Miimlnv the lil liny iirAlisilat, f) IKo. iM.tw.Tn iin hmira ofina. m. nnd V! M. of "Mill iln , I he lol litwlns ileaerilietl In ml. mill tiMii'hii.niN tu-wll: llchiir ainmied In the townalilp nl Aahtiihti In.Coiuity of Aalllahiiln iiii lNlnto ol liii, 11111I known na helnir Imiiteil hi A.I.IhI.iiIh lliirhnr. mill hound, ,1 na lollnwa: On the rlll hyliuiilaiiflliihliiinlnnil IIiiIImi I; on the rna liv InnilBof Mlkn Iliilgor; on I 111' ninth hy l.iilci' Blie.-t, ho enllnil; mid on the wat hv n alriit; an Id irrnilars l.elnj roi ly-one nil feel flout. ' IVnoa. iBh. ApnrnlBeil nil . . HTU.KH, Wierlir, u, ,h A.".7r"'c M"'er (loniinlKBloiier. anerlll a tiflu-o, Jefreraon. Jul v in ikhii. im-sh AN OltlUNANCE nnlhorliin:lli7 l.uo nn.l nle of honda for the Improvement nl ABliliihnln llnrhor. In nntli lpnllon of the geneml tux of Imll. levied lor Hint mmmae' 1 ' hy thecoum il orthe lllime or ABhlnhuln. Hint the Mnyor of anld Ilium- he, mill he la herehy nutliorlreil nnd directed to iNaue the homla of anld Vlllnite to I lie ninouot of Twelve Hundred Dollnr" for the plirnoKO or wlili nlliK.deepenltis.atrulltlit Iiik nnd Improving: the ahlp ehnnnel nt the MitiiKir or Aahtnliulii. in nntlel pntlon or the genenil lux or Issn, levied for Mint purpoae HKf. II. Wild honda ahnll be known and doBltrnnled nB"Hitrhor I niirivenieut ItomU" ahnll expreHH upon their liiee the purpoHe tor which they wi re lamied. mill under w lint or-dltimiei-, Nhiill he alirm-d nod aenled hy the Miijorninl lounleiBlmied hy tliet'lcrk ol anld lllnire. nnd xhiill In- dnti d on the ilny of Ilia iBBue thereor. HKf. III. Knell or tlie anld honda ahnll lie for thejium of one Hundred Iioilma iSlim) or . " ! ", "'i'i "'inn uenr inii-reai at a rnte not exeeeillogjper cent per nliiinm. HKf. IV. A I ofaalil ...... .1 a . , V; . ---.V....IB nil, iiuuie pnynhle Heptember lat, ishi, at the orlke of tho Trenaurer of anld VIIIhko. H'i:VV-..Ali.8l" "f ,Hld bonds ahull be made by the Trenaurer of aald Village In Hie milliner preacrlbed hy law, but In no eaae for lesa than their pnr vnlue. HEC. VI. The Clerk or aald Village ahull "" iwimi oi ine milliner, amouiit. dnteor lasue and maturity of c u ll " Hllliri 11IIB UrillOHOee. Mkc. U. Thnt lor the payment or Hie prliieliHi 1 and Inwreatoraald bonda at inatu- rltv. t.ht 0,111. u,,.l ii. ..r ....... ...... . ...... ..u ..,.,i,ui ml viuaaa are hereby pledged HKf. III. Thlaonllnaneeahall tnkeefTeet and be In roree rrom and after iu paaautce ussed, July JHth, llino. Ai'n'.:i, .-.... . K. L. KING, Mayor. JAM KM HEKH, Jk. Clerk. notick! NOTTCR la hereby Riven that my wife Minnie Htewart haa wilfully, and with, out cnuae , left l.iy bedand board, and I here by warn All perxona utt to truat her on my Account, na I refiiae to pay any and all hills "Hier oontraollou. ArtniUH STEWAKT. KO AD PETITION. NOTIC-K Is hereby given that a petition will be preaented to the l ouiluliwloo. era of ABhtiihuln County, at their next sea alon, ikho. praying for the establishment of a pounty rnnd liny (Mi) reel In width on the fol lowing line, lo-wlt: lleglnnlng In the center orprlent street (ao culled) In the village of Kingsville, at the south-east oomer of J K. Alioll'H lund, and running thence In an easterly direction to Inleraect What la known as Htnteatreet in aald village. KlngajMlleJiinejillth, lsnu. W-U7. KX KCUTOlfS NOTICE " NOTICK Is hereby given that the under- signed haa been duly appointed nnd qunllnea aa Executor on the Katate ol Mnry Ann Heeve deceaaed lata of Now Lyme, Aah tabula County, Ohlu. L. C. KKEVK. nume, u. m.otj ASSIGNEE'S SALE. TtlE Millinery Qooda, conslsllng of l eg horn, Straw. Uncn Mrnld.Hllk. Velvet. relt and Satin Hata. Hllibons, Kealhera, I'lumea. Flowers, Lncos, Silks, M tint, Crapes llerriiee.S. t'liluinniM. Ilnnnul I.',...,,. aB .ln of Mrs. Mary. l'roner.; Insolvent, will be no u. puuayo auciion, oy ortler or rrohftte Court. oil Sntllrilav. Auifiiat 91. ihici i 11, a store or Mrs. l'roaaer. In the VI I Inge or Ashta bula. Hale to oouiineiice at 10 o'clock. A. M., and continue Irom day to day until the goods are sold. HENKV FAHHKTT. Terms Cash Aaalgnee. Aahtabula, July :t, 1KM). THE Carriage Shops OP-T FRANK D. FIOKINGEK, Ashtabula, O., Are jnatly celebrated for turning out tho beat aud moat elegant styles of work In any or si - varieties of. the trade. The riMsaT snd most ' tabtspvl of HARNESSES are also got ten up al tills eaUbllabmenK In STOCK, FANCY CAKKIAGES, TRACK WAGONS and SLE10IIK iu their aea soq. Agent for the celebratod allr.HIIHN WkllflN 278 Main St., Ashtabula.J) J. M. WILCOX, will hercaftor be round In bla building opposite Smlth'e Opera Uonee, where can alwaya he found a NEW snd WELL SELECTED STOCK ol ForeJcn Domasitio CLOTHS, Casimeres and VestLnga. ! Also a Full and Complete Line of GENTS' FURNISHINQ GOODS. snd everything aaeally kept Ins Flrat-claai ' Merchant Tailoriner Establishment. A good at and low prices UTU guaranteed. HAEMESSES, &e. IjlORD A BROTUFIt have on Sand s good aa. ' ' aortmeut ol Ilarneaa of varloua kinds, heavy and llgbt, tingle and double, of the beet workinanablp and material. They are prepared to 111) all ordera foriwork or any deacriutlon In thla line. Saddles, Hiding Uildles, Will pa, Uallera, Blankela, Ao. TRUNI3LS ThV hatVM In sis' ltA In ) mat snnnl nt la.. and oiediom aUad travellDH troiitu. Thev are of varioui qualities nd vtUe, nod tlTordtMisit la Torable p lctn. Th assortment tltoffetnar the Urirt of any In thtt rnloa. Th travel tun public ara lnvltud to look over th flock, tta thuv can hardlv full to Hod- utmaihlnir ti thai mind. FORD & BRO. HQTlCKAdvertUemettfM of'WanUtl v Hale" "fViuuiJ," eta, t not exceeding lines, urtll bm inaertmi in thtt eotumn, under ni prottriaie h etuis for ono wielt or emu. A'acA adJitiuntit tine wilt be charuedhcetU. FOB RKNT. A DKKIRAHLE IIOIIISH i.nr rash street. Wlllilii une mlnute'u walk of Post Olnue. Rout Low. Apply to O. P. TERRILL. FOR SAXE, ALAHfiE RLKOANT DRsJK, aalta- ble for baiik.omoeoratore. KuquIraatAalt. tabula NbiIohuI Hank. Hl-tr, FOR BALK OR RXrHANOB FOR 4 Farm In Aalitahula uouuty. A Farm of uua hundred and thirty aurea In Boone County' k unlucky nine mllea from C'lnelnuntl. uiuoh ortlihi farm Is well set In grass, Winter ala blliig rur Forty 1mm) uf floraos, which are SiHi St.f '."f i!'JmU ur S "Vlnalon, at about 1KN lHII.LAhri a month a head, atnlfa for Fifteen Cowa, brick amoke hnuaa, loe house, barna carrliiKO huuae. dwelling a twoakiry hewed log with twoafury frame kllt-hon af tacheil. two oreliarda of Well aeiected frtilt a half mile training track fenuud, thla funu la well f. ii.Hil, niM. liof It with I.iicuat poala and pine boania. If (j(chatiKed dlflerenee in valuo will be paid tu received op liberal tluiu. Adijioaa, qr cnl upun, P. V. Silt Alii: It. ir. Aslitutmln, O. Thla hirm la well wattered, for aiiiaioer paature It Is nut ojtvvlled, A It Is well kuuwu.