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A. U. THL'ItUKU A COM TAN Y,
White Wash Brushes
Swift's Drug Store
Friday Morning, Oct. Oth, 1880.
Mr. Omiir Gillette of the Krie Store is
on t lie sick list.
There was uo meeting of the Council
last Wednesday evening.
Mr. John Hubbard Is at Fargo, D.
T., with a hardware jobbingtlrm..
The renting or the seats at the M. E
Church will take place on Tuesday next,
Col. J. F. Wade who is visiting friends
in this neighborhood, is about to take
leave for the Western frontier.
Don't allow yourself to be eaught
away from home on election day. Voting
should be the first consideration.
A straw was taken on the exposition
train last Tuesday that stood, Garfield 87,
Hancock 83, Weaver 2 and Dow 3.
A key found by one of our citizens has
been left at this office, which may be had
by culling and paying twenty five cents
jfor this adv.
A change of landlords in the Heck,
w ith J louse at Jefferson, has just been
made. Mr. J. W. Tate of Cleveland has
assumed the management.
lilutnc's speech at Jefferson Is very
highly spoken of, and though the weather
was not first-rate for an out-door meeting
yet the numbers were large.
The new? of the death of the Rev. I.
O. Fuller of Kendallville, Intl., formerly
pastor f the Baptist church of Ashtabula,
was received here yesterday.
A couple of la.t year's apples from the
cellar of Mr. J. V. Rockwall, of Plymouth,
were left upon our desk on Tuesday last as
samples of their keeping qualities.
A petition bearing many signatures
will )e prcM-ntcd at the next meeting of
the Council, praying for the extension of
Camp street through to Nathan street.
The Qarfield Cavalry will parade to
morrow evening at seven o'clock, acooin
I'uiiied by the Plymouth and Kingsville
ii.nnpaiiies and the Tenth Regiment Band.
Cards are out and we acknowledge
the receipt of an invitation for the mar
riage of Charles F. Hickok -an Ashtabula
b..y to Miss. II. E. Hessin, of Kew Lis
bon. Tlwra will lie a debate held at the U.
B. church in Wllliapisfteld, on the 11th
Inst., between C, Braden, Republican, and
Win. Miller, Greenback, to which a full at
tendance is solicited,
Judge P. C. Wade of Montana, will
Address tha people of Suybrook and vicinity
at t he Town 11a); on Monday evening next
the evening before election. Turn out
juid give him a hearing.
Fred Bietler a hand in the Pheenix
shops hud the end of the large finger of
hi right hand taken off the other day, re
quiring amputation, by being eaught in
some of the machinery,
Theodore Hall Esq., has gone into
tliccuiupaign and mounted the slump,
and is doing somo effective work. Ho ad
dresses the citizens of Rock Creek on
Monday evening the lllh.
A man working in one of the brewer
ies of Ashtabula died, on Monday, of de
lirium tremens. A advertisement
for the firm. Reporter.
How many breweries do you count up
John T. Strong will address the peo.
pic of East Plymouth this, Friday, even
ing, nt the center. Mr. Strong has not
done much speaking, but lit; does well
whatever lie undertakes. Give him a
The Sunday Sun is the name of a new
three cent paper to appear in Cleveland
W. Scott Robinson is the publisher and
Sunday, October lOtli is day announced
for its first issue. For sale at the Central
Mr. W. T. Bull lias gone Into the
mercantile . business at Solon, having
bought out the drug and grocery business
of S. Hale & Co. The citizens of Solon
will find Mr. Bull an active and enter
prising business man.
Mr. James L. Smith and mother
reached home on Wednesday morning af
ter their long absence on the Pacific
coast. With l)ie exception pf a cold
taken on the road by Mr. S. the party is
is in very good health aud spirits.
Diphtheria is again among us and
several children have become its victims
four out of one neighborhood, beside
others in other localities, Its prevelauce
is not confined to tills town.. Mr. and
Mrs. K. J. Plnney of Jefferson lost a son
last week. ,
Q The Ashtabula Garfield Cavalry com
pany now hint nearly fifty members and
has made two street piiraili'S this week.
The followingolllccrH have been temporal
ly appointed : Captain, George (J. My
iriitt , Kirnt Lieutenant, Frank K. Wntrnus;
Second Lieutenant, .Tinned Hccd,.Tr.
W, II, Landfill Ihim a half breed Lan
cashire mow which gave birth to an even
sci-re of living pii:s the niher day, nlreil by
Hiehxril Stevens' full-blo'fl leittca-ihirf
boar. Such a litter Is of very unusual oc
currence. Mr. Stevens has a pair of Vic
toria shoals now which he is hroctliuif from.
A very hanilHoint! India Ink likeness
of General Garfield and his Mentor home,
stead, is being laid before our citizens, for
their approval and purchase, by Mrs. II.
W. Fobes. It Is a very faithful, and most
attractive picture, nnd hardly a Democrat
would hesilatc to possess it at a cost of 51)
Enterprise and good stock mark the
course of our friend Kred Wilcox of Itnek
Creek. Besides his Clydesdale propaga
tor, he has just secured an imported Hoi
stein bull, He is said to lie a beauty, and
weighs 1,400 pounds. This is new stock
for tills region, hut it is generally popular
The Ashtabula & Pittsburgh Railway,
has, for one so new, a road-bed that is
equaled by few road in the country. It
is balnsted with broken slag, and the road
Is smooth, free from dust and as firm as
a mountain. Great credit is due to .Mr.
W. II. Linton the company's road master,
lor the line condition of this road.
The new firm of Hubbard & Ntrnder
have extended their business by adding
corn, oats and mill feed to their stock
which they are prepared to furnish at
wholesale or retail. Their baled hay and
straw are put up in small, firm bundles
weighing little over one hundred pounds
and are free from dust and weeds.
The Warren Tribune hits a rebel Hag
prepared to give elicet to its account of
the Hancock celebration at Hot Springs,
Ark. which It generously oilers to lend
to any Democratic friends that may wish
to give eclat to any of their gatherings
about home. We name this for the bene
fit and accommodation of Hancock friends.
The night of the Democratic speech
was made vocal as one of our neighbors
inform us with drunken bowlings and
disturbances. Then the sidewalks were
made filthy by the insubordination of sun
dry abused stomachs, Our informant sttys
that relief was found in one instance, at
least, by thejthrowing oft tif a bolognasati
sage some ten or twelve inches long.
-A man whose name was Thomas
Connor, aud supposed to be a sailor and
a resident of Toledo, was found early last
fuesduy morning at the Lake street cross
ing of the L. S. fc, M, 8, Ry., with both
legs cut of. lie was taken to the depot
and afterwards removed to the Union
House where he soon died. It is suppos
ed he attempted to jump the midnight
train and fell under the wheels. He wus
about 35 years ot age. The remains were
cared for by the Township Trustee. s
The Council has procured from Mr,
Carso Crane of New York, a deed convey
ing to tho Village the water privilege of
the Spring on Mill Hill, and the right to
ditch across that property. This land was
formerly owned by Mr. Crane who reserv
ed these privileges when he sold to Mr.
Seth Wells, has kindly turned them over
to the village lor a noiuiua) sun), and Mr.
Wells has, by direction of the Council,
been notified to return the water to its
original channel. The Council is now
prepared to give the public the benefit of
this spring wafer ami it proposes to do so.
-The meeting ait hastily palled for
Wednesday evening for Messrs. Law
rence and Syphcr, on account of indisposi
tion was sustained by Judge Lawrence,
who showed himself equal to the task.
His speech combined more clear, concen
trated, searching telling points, than any
thing that has gone before it in this cam
paign. The absorbing intercut and atten
tion in the arguments put the house either
in a rousing enthusiasm, or n breathless
silence, r. Fricker, the representative
Democrat, chaffed under the arraign
ment of his party, nnd asked fpi privilege
to put an entangling question. It wus
kindly granted nnd civilly answered.
The speaker then took the liberty, in turn,
to put a question to the interrogator. But
tho doctor failed to answer, arid after
bearing a few jibes, dodged, his tormeutcr
in a perfect storm pf applause. The
meeting was one of the 'jest.
Novelty. A novel affajr ji the form of
an elegant oar, 89 feet long, H ff"?f Vde
and 15 feet high, filled with the products
of Minnesota, Dakota,Montanaaiid Wash
ington, was drawn up to the L. S. station
on exhibition, on Monday evening, and re
mained over until Tuesday at 1 a, in.
Nothing could be mora iufly arranged
than the numerous eominoditlea op exhibi
tion. Nearly 1,000 little sheaves of wheat,
oats, barley, rye, &o., were grouped in
beautiful and graceful designs and effect
over the whole surface of the ceiling.
Grasses 23 varieties and grains showing
the length of stalks poverod the sides, and
grain in berry filled a pyramid of glass
jars, with numerous and monstrous yege
Ubles.llllpd lliii 0"!ne aud the floor along
the sides, Woods in all their variety of
fiber and grain, were compactly plsced,
with minerals from Montana aud the
Black Hills of Dakota. Curiosities, also
petrifications and iterosoopio views of the
Yellow Stone region Blftd" Hp the oomple.
meit. This novel fair goes through the
Ka.t to St. Albans,Vt., to Montreal.
FIRE IN SAYBROOK.
On Thursday, Sept. 23d, while Mr. Geo.
Seamens and wife of Baybrook, wore at
the County f air, ft a corn nam Wok tiro,
probably from a passlpg train, it being
near the track, anil burned up, together
with the contents, consisting ot wneat,
com. cornshcller and carpenter's tool.
Mia. Forties, a neighbqr. discovered the
fire and gave the alarm, bijt top late to
save the building. The dwelling house
was in dtuger. Mfing f IPS a the porn
barn, and the ueiahhoia whu bad itathured
in the mean tjme worked vvith desperate
energy to save the house, To each and
all of them Mr. ant) Seamens tender warpi
tlianks. Tne loss on nam ana coiiicnis,
amounting to something like fttOU, is a
PETTIBONE SATURDAY EVENING.
Frank A. Peltibona. It., will address
the cil menu of Ashtabula and vicinity at
Haskell's Hull, on Saturday evening Octo
ber flih. Let every Voter be present.
There was it special meeting of the
Council on last week Thursday evening;
all nu mbers were present except Messrs.
Call mill Hancock. A resolution was duly
adopted providing for the collection ot
delinquent sidewalk bills.
The Clerk was directed to notily .Mr.
Seth Wells to returu the spring water on
Mill Hill to lis proper channel, as the Vil
lage now has a deed of the water privilege
and right to ditch through the adjoining
The Clerk wanlircctetl toilntw an order
loro in favor of Carso (.'rune, in pay
ment of the alxivc named water privilege.
The Marshal wus directed to see that
the lumber on the north side of Sherman
street is promptly removed.
Tho excursion to the I'itlsl.urghKxposi
tion over the Ashtabula & Pittsburg Ky.
on Tuesday last was a most enjoyable oc
citssion. Tne train entered Allegheny
about 11 o'clock, and was com.
posed of seven cars well filled with ex -cursionists
and drawn by liKM.mntivo No.
32(, Alex Galloway engineer, the same
that drew the Grant special so rapidly
from Warren to Ashtabula. The excur
sionists enjoyed themselves visiting the
great Pittsburg Exposition and oilier
places of interest 111 anil about Pittsburgh
and Allegheny and started on the return
trip at 10:30 p. in. rea hing Ashtabula
about 3:30 a. ui. The Kxposiliou closes
All members of the Ashtabula Garfield
Mounted Torch Light Company are here
by ordered to meet at the Spring street
Armory, mounted and in full uniform on
Saturday evening. October ltl, nt 7
o'clock sharp. Let every iiii'inber be
prescut, and any persons wishing to Join
the company can do so at this time.
The Plymouth and Kiugsyille compan
ies tiro expected to join tho parade.
11. C. Krn.ier, a young man employed at
llulburt& Paige's Foundry, met with it
terrible accident on Saturday foienoon, of
last week, lie was running a planing t!!'t
cliiue aud had stepped up to ttie witiiinw
at one end of the planer, and was looking
nut, and while in this position was caught
between the planing bar end the wall, nnd
terribly crushed, the bar catching liiiu iust
above t lie hips. Painescitle Telegraph.
Mr. E. II. Finzier of Ashtabula, his
brother, received a telegram last Wednes
day evening from Paincsville slating the
injured man was likely to die at any imm
inent. He took the first train for Paines-
On Friday morning an accident oc
curred at thd farm of J. Ij. VMuYi near
North Center, which came near resulting
in the death of our well-known citizen,
M. B. Heath, who was engajred at the
time in baliug hay at the barn. It appears
that Mr. Heath after going to the engine,
which was in the yard, aud looking to the
fire, returned to the barn and proceeded
to oil the press, it being then in motion.
Putting his left arm in where he desired
to put the pi, tlo pogspaught in the sleeve
of his blouse and drew his arm, in, further
antl further with each revolution, the cogs
grinding the flesh from his arm at a point
just above the elbow at every turn. As
ins arm was drawn In lus bead was
brought in contact w ith the balance wheel
of J,he press, which ground of Ilia spalp
as it revolved till (he skul was IniiJ bare.
All tuts was tne worn oi put a tew mo.
ments. George Heath, a son, shut off the
steam and aide I by Austin Shaw, one of
the hands, shoved off the belt from the
balance wheel of the press, and Mr. Heath
was released. The flesh was not only
ground from his arm nearly to the bone,
but an artery was also severed, and he was
in immediate dagger, qf Ijluctling to death.
Mr. Wilcox, witli feaily presence of mind,
put a strap around the un() above' tle
wound, twisted it tightly and thus stayed
the flow of blood. A physician was cajled
in haste, who put the wounded man in the
best shape pnsftihjo, and ho yn$ reiipivctj
to his home. ' A young man by tiu inline
of William Bul)Coci was on the hay iijow
when Mr. Ileittli was first caught in- the
cogs, and jumped down to render assist
ancc. lie staggered against the balance
wheel ns he struck, arid W'lS thrown $Y
eral fuof by tho tticdiuij u e w(ecl,' ant(
suffered an qgly scap yound. He was
knocked insensible and lay jn such A con
dition for more titan one hour, The young
man is about again and wi be all right
after due time, Mr, Heath was yesturday
as comfortable as vould be expected, anil
thaugh terribly injured will, it is thought,
George Paju(i, fo.riior!y ut this
place, whn has heH with lliuuhant & Co,,
Cleyplaud, since Aug. 1st, 1873,, haBrooeni.
ly estaliljsliL'd, himself pi business in Ash
tabula, with Stiles Dodge, of New Lyme, in
that county. The firm, Dodge & Paine,
have purchased the stock of the late firm
of George C. Hubbard & Co., and have
leased the old aland, 139 Main street, on
cupyed by that f)rir (of nearly half a, pout,
ury, W copgraiulals the people of Ash
tabula cm the acpegaiaus of Ar, Paine to
their business and social community.
They will find him a very social gentleman,
a prompt business man, anil in all respects
a valuable acquisition to their growing city
Have You -Kver
Known any person to be seriously ill with
out a weak stomach orinactive liverof kid
neys? and when these organs irt in good
condition do yoi nut fjud their possessor
enjoying god iiealthr Parker's Ginger
Tonic always regulates these important or
gans, and never falls to make the blood
rich and pure, and to strengthen every
part of the system. It hascured hundreds
of despairing invalids. Ask your neighbor
about it. See other column,
Thousands of iffoimin Imve been entirely
oured Qf the most stubborn eases of female
weakness by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkhain, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets. 4-5
Blakeslee fc Moore's display of pic
tures kept a large crqiyd ttxuiptd, ut the
fair all tjjP Wl)il.
P-ainl yquj hmues with ij. Y. Knautcl
paint. Call a,nd see samples at
II. J. Topky & Co.
Do not forget to go to Blakeslee &
Moore for yur photographs, as the best
it) Ulis part of the country are made there,
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
Ifev. (I. .1. Bliss has liecn returned here
by Coiifeieiic-e, aii'l will also supply North
Geneva every Sunday P. M,
Miss. AiiKctiiie Branch is visiting friends
in Licking County, Ohio.
The annual inieiing of the Ashtabula
Co. C. T. l.'nioii will be held at Snybr'sik
on Tuesday, Nov. IOi ti.
Tile second qnarlMi'.y meeting lor the
current year of the W.C. T. Union of Ash
tabula Co will lie held at Ssybrook on Wed
nesday, Nov. Kill. This eratitfeluelil of
the Intel ings by the 'residents of Ilia two
societies had two objects 111 view: the hold
ing of boi h meetings during the full moon,
to insure a good attendance st ths evenliiK
sessions, and also to accommodate friends
from adjoining towns giving them a chance
lo attend both by slaying over from the
first meeting. Due uoiiee will bn given by
the priqier ollleers of the two societies.
We look for good delegations Irom Ashta
bula and Geneva at those meetings.
A good many Garfield and Hiiiiock poles
have been raised in this township by young
Americans, and political matters have
reached fever heat among the children of
a larger growth, and llie indications are
that a full vote will be the I2ih,
Oct. 4th. 1880. J. J.
A trip to Orwell on Saturday lust
brought us into the society of the editor
of the Senlinel and Hon. J. B. Burrows,
of Paincsville. Both these gentlemen be
ing bound for the same place with us
Mr. llowells was on business connected
witli the lay out of campaign work, while
Mr. Burrows was billed for a speech at
Orwell, in the evening. There w as a tacit
agreement lo make Stone's Hotel head,
quarters. The leading Republicans of
the town called and paid their respects to
the speuker of the evening. Landlord
Stone was In his best mood and made his
distinguished guests as coinforable as pos
sible. While dinner was being made ready
we took a turn about town, and found
the chief attraction after taking due.
thought for the evening speech seemed
lo be the pew town hull, the walls of
which were about being made ready for
the roof, under contract with Drake &.
McMillan of Ashtabula. These gentle
men had taken the contract for the com
pletion of both masonry and wood work.
The woodwork had been relet to Mr. E.
I'aine of Orwell. General satisfaction
with the material and workmanship of
the walls was expressed. The roof would
be in place the present week, and Mr.
J'aine espects to push along the work to
have no delay about t tie plastering, li) the
hope of finishing the building by the first
of December. The hall causes no disap
pointment to the just pride of the citizens.
Landlord Stone has planted a set of hay
scales in front of his house and put up a
new sign of commendable tuste, and giv
ing guod elTect to the surroundings.
Dcvoe'a bic and enterprise is seen in
the trade which he has built up and re
tains. His business qualities are of more
than a cunimon range. The only compe
tition that Mr. Devoc has is that of Myers
& Poloky, who seem to be enjoying their
full share of trade.
Mr. H. W. Stone has a very pleasant
and neat establishment for the accommo
dation of his drug business and the post
office. His attention and competency in
these departments is well rewarded, and
Ward is the favorite of the copup, unity,
anil never haggles ut, extcudiug to all the
We are indebted, to Mr. Olds, of the
hack line for attention. He keeps a good
feam and seems to hayu a very adequate
idea of the importance pf i'.ii(orii and
stipiijt tipeultevs.- i. ei(rt aws beats
on the right side.
Several new houses arc either going up
or just fini9liedtgiving evidence of growth.
Among thu manufactures of Orwell we
noticed that the freight house was stowed
with axe helves, of the best mal:o, direct;
ed over a wido extent qf country mainly
to Michigan, where, the supplies, of suit
able timber must be lquch more numerous
Orwell has a good dnas pf citizens, A
goot anj), n,u,d, iijunvs. qnmis.takcalde signs
If.after rending K's. letter in the lust week's
Issue of tle .Afcifs, any ane oan tell to what
politipul party he belongs, that one must
repieve credit for having a bettor insight
into human nature, than usually falls to
the common lot of man.
During the warof the rebellion K served
with distinction on the repiihliHllt side of
the fence; but when i niukcs such stute
meuls as tlwae alluded to, we must take
issue with him. Hesaysthat "republicans
will not sjiend a oent for democratic pa
pers." Now that is a misstatement. For
every democrat he will find in this town
who takes a republican paper, we will find
two republicans who take democratic pa
pers; not counting the -iV'cmj whiolt is here
considered dt monistic, AfKrstuting that
he proposes tu add two subscribers to the
,Yt!t, for everyone that stops it on account
of its politics, and after telling about re
publicans being fed on "partisan pap," and
other things in the same strain, he goes ou
to praise the speech of Geo. Groot, Esq.,
of Cleveland. Now, how any one can
praise that speech, and still uphold the
parly that is comiuiliiig the ouli ges that
arc euunieratd in that speauh, is m iv than
the average republican of this town can
Messrs. Editors: Refreshing ruins have
come at length, and wheat hegins to take
on a living green and to glvo early prom
ise for tUe future harvest.
Jacob Bash the champion stone breaker,
made a break at Stewart's quarry the other
day. The dimensions of the stone, were
155 feet in length, 10 feet wide and 20 in
Our Diabolus thinks that a big one '.
e. a big stone EJ.l
Tbis quarry is a place of curiosity so
many men at work and the ponderous
engine running two derticks which lift the
heavy 'tone? from their beds and place
them upon the wagons, or piling them up
for future use. The too sheet, or laver. so
far as has been stripped, is as smool h as if it
had been Bcoureu otr ami rubbed down,
Straight parallel lines run throiinh it in a
north and south course.. The lines of some
process of this description nre plain. The
iiuarry is a place ui biasness, aim atewari-
viIU is bound Um tie a plsee of sornp con
sequence. Slcwurt tillli-elf is a power. NS
lie puts his shoulder to llie wheel, and he
never fails lo fetch I hem.
Alonso Ollu is quite sick, aud under the
cure of llr. I'omrny He hss seen sorrow
slid a IT icl ion ale I i enf il led to the sympa.
ihy and the sweet eharilies of life.
Rev. Geo. Thomp-on, an eaily student
of G. It. I;, (fsve one of hi lectures on
Africa, here a few days ago. His name b
fauiiiiar to uihiiv. His lectures are inter
esiinir lo .,ld and young, as you no doubt
found at. Asiilslinla. I was a child when
he was here some 10 ycirs no( but have n
keen recollection of the rclity which he
gave everything pertaining lo life in that
Edv. Tel: Our citizens were treated
with some rich truths from the eloquent
hps of our friends, Lamp-on and Burrows,
Saturday evening last. Their arguments
were presented to the people in such man
nar as mode a lasting impression. Our
township will icspnnd to the call, and vote
for the staudard-loiarer of the noble Re
Robl. Crane, of Greene, is expeeted to
address the Garfield and Arthur Club on
Saturday evening of Ihi- week.
Prof. Hamilton of Windsor pss-ed
through here yesterday, on his return
from his summer campaign. Our old vet
eran showman, M. M. Hilliard, iscxpected
the 15th of this month. Will wintei in
The town hall Is looming up, and the ex
ecution of the brick work under the man
agement of Messrs. Brake ti McMillan
show that they are workman, and compe
tent to do all work in that line. The peo.
pie of Orwell have reasons to be proud of
such a structure,
Our friend Dr. F. F. Little has taken a
partner in his business, this time a wife,
Success to him, and, by the way, we are
willinir lo say that ho cannot be excelled as
an operator in his line. He now has full
apparatus for administering vitalized air,
and you can rest in peace w?,ile he is quiet
ly removing tho.o old, troublesome teeth.
Call aud sec him office over post office.
It is but a simple statement of a fact
when I sy that Dr. E. K. Thompson's
Sweet Worm Powder has saved, humanly
speeking, several lives, one of which wus
that of a valuable native preacher.
5-0, Rev. J. E. Clough,
Mission House, Ougola, ilindonstau.
Sold by Swift,
Millinery Goods, just received, a Fall
stock of rare beauty and uttracliveness.
Call early and take your choice.
511 Mrs. L. A. Pierce,
Just one Studebakcr wagon left. Will
sell at cost. H. .1. Topky & Co.
Ladies, when you want a handsome first
class Shoe ill kid or goat, go to White's
store and yoq will find it-
The Hudicnt Home with duplex grille is
the best Hard Coal Stove made. A full
lincnt II. J, Topky & Co,
Nk- (Jomis Mrs. v A, Pieroo has Just
lpoived a Fall Ht(a:k of Jlillitiery Goods
which it will be of interest for tho ladies
to see, as the styles are very rich and
Cash Paid for Timothy Hay- Ilelivored
in Ashtabula, after Oct. IGth.
"4lf. Hubbard & Strader.
Agents and Canvassers make from $2.1
to $ 50 per week selling goods for E. O,
Ribeout & Co., 1Q Barelay st,. New York.
Send fur catalogue and terms, 32t04
4 "TrciHise on the Horso and his disea
cs, by Jlr, a. J. Kendall. A cheap, com
prehensive and needful book for every one
keeping a horse. Price 25 cents. Sold
by Parshal, Kingsville Tliurbor $ Co.,
and C.E. Swift, Ashttibula tf
aim.- si jat ,
WmtAWY and Quit Claim Oeeds, Real
Bstuia and Chattel Mortgages, Leasos,
Land Contracts and a full supply ot Jus.
lice's and Notary Wanks kept at the Tele-uttii-n
We have a stock of printed milk tickets,
pints and (pmrts! just the thing for small
dealers, 1'iKie 25o hundred.
Jn nies Reed & Son.
A Stewakt Stove, improved, No. 0. in
good order, having been in use one year
only, is for sale an reasonable terms. Ap
ply to II. C. Case, Kingsville, Ohio. 4-5
New Dry Goods and Notions The
senior proprietor of the Ashtabula Store is
now in New York, whero he intends to
purchase one of the largest, finest and
most complete assortments of Dry Goods
and notions thut has ever been'placed be
fore the public in Ashtabula County. Ho
also proposes to sell them at prices that
will defy competition. 4-5
Look out for new goods at tho Ashtabu
la Store. 4-5
Wait till you see the immense line of
Dry Goods and notions now arriving daily
at tho Ashtnbula Store B-4-U buy. 4-5
Blakeslee & Moore scooped 'em at the
County Fair; they received four of six first
premiums awarded in their department,
four competing. St.
Hlukeslee& Moore received first premi
um on the best aud largest display of
Photogrnphsat the county fair. 3t
Illakeslceo: Moore's display of childrcns
pictures at the fair, attracted a great deal
of attention and many compliments. Sit
Whips for the people.
Best and cheapest line in the City. Call
at once. II. J. Topky & Co.
Go lo White's if you want to buy goods
for what they are, and no misrepresentation.
Rubber boots mended aud warranted as
good as new, at Whites. 8-fl
Mrs. Rentier, 7S Delaware Place, Buffalo,
N. Y.. says: I have used Dr. ihomas be-
lectric Oil for Neuralgia and found per
manent relict Irom its use.
Thos. Benson, Lowell Muss., writes:
Your onrmir Hlossom cured me ol suit
Rheum from which I have been a martyr
for over ten years, my hands were almost
useless aim my lace wus irigntiuuy uiisiig
urAil. I Iihvo used the'Snriiia? Blossom ac
cord... if to directions, and now am able to
I work una my lace it quite clear again.
There are many forms of nervous debil
ity in men that yield to the use of Carter's
Iron Pills. Those who are troubled with
nervous weeklies., nii(ht sweats, ttr
should try them. Sr-t.
Inventors employing nltornlea familiar
Willi practice III l,r t'.llenl Oniee rarely fit 1 1
OI . cio I, IB l.lllOll.. Kiereue,. ,.,i,,, , ,.
cc. Ill i,n,eclillii , le.lcl ,.,re ,
Mltieral f,,,el,,,i.l,e,,re,e(l,.,,,.r,, ,,
lilies. I.omt practice (ly,i aueress In aeenr
l'r,.l,reV (lre. it. Attorneys, rritl Hevenll,
trect, Wa.hlriKtoti. It I ', have l.ii.l Ioiik e,
nerleriee In m l,r ,.r '. . ,
the liep,,r, ,;
t'artle, li.ivltur business ah,, , aiMresa
tlieltiletiel.wliu ainmpj for Inforniiitloii. nr.
Th-(.rental Heinrdf Known.
J.'LHl'."? '""""very for l otisumpllon
Is certainly the xrenu-at tncllcii' rctneil ev,.r
place,! within the reach f atirTerlii hibimii.
n. I lionsa nils of once lionelesa si, II...
IIOW I.IIJlllV IiriM-lullo ll.elr .....lu.. .... .. , '
wolMlerrul recovery u, which ihcy owe their
smiiptlori. I.ui l.-ounhs, t.ol.l., AMliiina.'ltn'ml
n J ,y. f,"V"r; """""ne.a ami all atlee.
lions orihe ! hr,sil. he.t ,o,. l.,,,, yit.M t
ny m.ialc. We.lo not ask you lo l,i,y a hirire
We here "r.5""' """X "" """ " '
V. e therefore earnestly re.iiesl you lo call on
iV,ot"u."r,","""- "I'" -".. r
l.otll,. for ten cent,, which will convince in,
l"ost.h,.p,,,,rMs w,,,,.rr, ,,,,..11. , ,Wl
t ."win"!! 1 'lollar !,.. I,l-
lie will do. I-or sale l.y (lee IPsera.
Hu.kl.ii'a Arnica Ki,v.
Th heat aalve the world for ( ills liruls
ea, stores, rim-ra, Mall. H',. ,,,,,. Kcv. r s,,r,"
I 'fer. ( happed Hands. ( 1,1 1 hlal i, s, i-rn,'
and all klief. ol skin Kriiptl.,,,,. ; ,, , ,,".,
la guaranteed to give perl.ct aml.racllo, It,
very man or money ref,.,,.,. .r,J . ,.. "
per box. Kor aule hy n,.,. & Uosera.
.... "Hualneae Prlnelplra."
iu waiit.oinethlniilottil.-nd strict
y to liiislness and cure a cough or cold In the
head get l .r. Kcnner'. Improved Tough H,,.
ey It will relieve any case In one hour.
1 ry a sample la.ttlei.1 l ie.
TVCTao-tn Ashtabula, vi, b alt., a d7gln7r
In J. w . aad Kaunie HujveosoD.
Ksii.Y-ln A;hit,nla, October 4th. a ion to
llr. an.l Mrs. It. K. Kelley. 7H M.
NETTl.KT,-B.-,KIt A.litahqla, dept. h,
I.V the Dev. g, ll,.v, ,...c,vr , H,' p,c.r;
clinrrh M.. Ailier. 1( S.-Ulru,.. a..d Ml.. Edith
r . lia.lM-e. all of A.Mara.la.
'"f'ur-Unnxtr-,, We,, s,,rncli.l. Oct tth
I'f "."V- " """f A Marer to Mil.-
tile A. BouQcy. I.tl. of .:i,,,eM.
OirroRii Mait'ii-In Conneaut. Rpt. with, hy
Alice Marsh C';,," !,: !, ' ""'"rU 10
JotiasoK-Pnii.i ip.tn falrar.,., Tii.rola ' o ,
B H.aoio.jon to Mips Mary K. I'hill.us, both
fiatnerly of Aal.ut.ola
Htli.trB-C-t TLra-tn Homo, ad Id.i . hy John J.
U''"vJ-,e "illler of Morgan, '
.M:i s.dhe Cutler, of Home,
UccKi.s-Aayiiia-tii Koek ( reek. M In.t.. by
Hev. O. (;. M.John. Mr. .Inl.n W. Hackle of
Cleveland, Ut Mrs. .fane Archer of Rock Creek
SciLL-In Conneaot, Oct. lit, Lizzie Sneil, aal
Ptssrv In Jefferson. Sept. Seth. of diphtheria,
Don O. only son OJ 8. Jay and Mary Finney,
aged 4 years.
M.IAS-In Geneva. Oct. ad. Frerldle P. aon of R.
U. and Mary J, Miil, a-cd I year and 5 months.
IlawN-In Ashtabula, 30th nit., of diphtheria.
...nrr r-iie... oanynier oi Mr. and .nr. ?s. uawn,
uged 10 years.
PoRTiit-In Dover, Cnyahrera Co., O., i tnst..
" - . oner, ml-..,, a year., eldest ni
ter of C. E. Wlltiann of Ssybrook.
Mass: In Ashtabula, 1st Inst., of tyahoid pnen-
her 71 it year. '
Wr.nsTia In Ashtabula, 3d tnst.. Mr. Jamei
W ebster, aged if. years.
Cosson-In Ashtabula, Sth tn.t., killed by 'ho
I", nr. . nomas connor.or uetrolt, agou about
DIED. From the Times.
The Hancock and Knglish Club nr lie.
iteva belli a temperance meeting; Saturday
evening, at their rooms in Milliner's lllot k.
During the heavy bmw last week the
foremast ..r the wrecked .lime Hell Want
over, splitting the prow, and breaking; up
what reiniitned of it preltv etl'eeluy
What there is left t.r the il'f,.e, i n(t t
now iiielcr water, and held fast by the iron
Mr.fothain Williams tlietl at his home
in Kiiuleville, on Saturday, lHth InsL.tiKeil
'i years. He was a broiher in law of I).
I'horp, of ibis village, and caint! to Ash
tabula county nt a very early day, doing;
about bis tirsl work in the country In the
service of the old Ashtabula pioneer,
Mr. C. ('. (rleason hands lis a memento
ol the crazy political campaign of lull),
in the shape of the popular song; book of
the year, called. the l,otr Cabin Sn..r.
ter." It is a irooil reminder of the anno
,r. .u. o c.K.ti.sKin o.Him ol that
memorable campaign, tho like of which
the ( ounlry w ill never see again, and nev
er ought to. The age of passion in gone
by, anil men must henceforth be sway,
ed by reason.
It would lie refreshing to see the Demo,
emtio party swayed by any consideration
Ought a woman to kiss a tobaccn-chew-er?
"Ves if she chews" and no one ought
to choose to be without .Spring Blossom,
to keep their blood in order,
IIIIOKK 1MTO TI V LOM HK
on tin, ..II. In.t.. one Lark It. (I row about
year. oid. 1 he owner Is reoueated to call, pay
charges and take her away.
. , , , , Oso. K Nettlrtosj,
Ashtalnili, Oct. 7th. minus.
BUY A HOME IN MICHIGAN.
5 TO HO PER ACRE!
ftlrotur Mollat antropat MallroBa)
Ihraaab Ostrr of Esanate. HeaUtbr
llmatr. Mrboals anal lHautha. lai
HICHEST REWARD TO FARMERS.
These landa are a long dlatanee Kaasl of the
Mississippi ftiver. Irge aoioiinl aaved la
travel asul tranaportatlurj of crops. Dacrlp
tlve psnipblet la English and t.erman.
Ad'l.ess H. . HI JIIAKT.
Coinmlaaloner, Grand HnpUla, Michigan.
AXOTUEK LOT OF
.JUST RECEIVED AT
E. A. WILLARD'S,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
Drnffs & Groceries
X XJ 3R. X C3-
The Fleeting Moments of time that crowd us
along we must do something toward procur
ing bread and butter, and as we can't eat
and having a Large Stock that will have to be
sold sooner or later the
is bound to sell and not be undersold as long
as they have credit in New York. So bear in
mind all that want Dry Goods and
TVVtl the IshlabuJa Store
J5-4- U Buy.