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FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
One third of the voters only voted yes
terday, 00 for Taylor, 10 for Adam.
Miss. Mary Bliss of Ashtabula, is giving
good satisfaction bs assistant teacher in
A telegram announced the death of II.
R. Latimer in Toledo, on Sunday last of
typhoid pneumonia: the remains will bo
broiigh here for interment on Friday.
Iter. T. F. Chaffer will deliver the
first lecture in the winter course of lec
tures, in the Town Hall on Friday eve.,
The thanksgiving supper at E. Itniley's
netted thirteen dollars; proceeds for the
benefit of the Congregational Church.
Dec. 1, 1880.
Kiln. Tel. Thanksgiving ha come and
gone. In the genial company oM'iiends
I ate my till of turkey on that day, and
enjoyed a fine sleighride on the splendid
sleighing, which is rather unusual at this
season of-the year. I record the fact that
it is now nearly two weeks since winter
set in, and right snug winter weather it is
too. Many of the farmers were caught
Willi their vegetables out, and will miller
the loss of them by the frost. There is
also much corn in the shock, which ol
course the Held vermin will accept with
grateful appetites. There aie some farm
ers who make no hustle in the fall to
harvest and tako care of their cropB, no
matter how long or propitious the weath
er may lie, and as a consequence they do
not meot with that success which the en.
ergetic frugal farmer enjoys. I claim that
it requires brains and forethought toman
age a farm successfully, as much as any
other business. Everything produced,
must be husbanded, and marketed to the
best possible advantage, anil an eye of econ
omy looking after all thu details of the
same, should keep vigilant watch over
everything pertaining to its management.
Tho epizootic horse complaint is subsid
ing gradually and leaving Hie animals in
good spirits again.
There is a rumor current in the Bend
of an nnnimal having been Been in the
Pine Swamp lately, looking much like,
ami thought to be a lynx, and several dogs
in that vicinity are reported badly used up
In consequence ol an attack on said ani
mal. I understand parties are arranging
to try and capture the beast.
I would bo pleased if your Rochester
correspondent would visit Powers block
In Unit city, and write a description of the
same, and ot the art gallery connected
therewith. I intended to havo done so
two years ago, but my time was such that
I could give it but a casual observation.
My impression Is that it is by far tho
grandest building In the city and one of
the most interesting to visit.
There is something affecting the chil
dren of tho neighborhood like the itch
and by many called that. What ever it
is, it does not yield kindly to any treat
ment so far as have learned. It is quite
laughable to witness the conflict between
the parasite and the ono alfected and I
think the battle is only ended hy the lat
ter having his eyes scratched out.
Thanksgiving services were held here at
the Congregational church, Hcv. Q. J.
Bliss preaching the senium. A Thanks
giving sermon was preuehed III the church
at Rose's Corners in Austiuburg, by Dr.
Fouls, meeting In evening addressed by
Kuvs. Fonts, Shaffer and llliss. Sermon
on Saturday at this place by Dr. Fouts fal
lowed by the administration ot tho Sacra
ment of Ijord'i Supper, to large numbers;
many of whom recoived it for the first
time. Sermon in the evening by Uev. S.
M. Booth. Religious meetings have been
hold here in the evening for some lime
and have resulted in awakening a deep re
ligious Interest in tke community, and 18
persona have professed faith In the Lord
Jesus Christ, and many others are think
ing seriously of their Soul's salvation,
The Sunday School hero which has an en'
rolled membership of 72 persons, has
voted to keep on through the winter. Tho
hour of the session is 2 110 P. M., every
body cordially invited. J. J
Nov. 20, 1880.
Those of our citizens who attended the
Union Services, held at the Presbyterian
church on Thanksgiving, were well enter
taiuod by the instructive discourse of Rev,
Mr. Dudley, Pastor ot the Baptist church,
The singing of the combined choirs was
good, and the attendance all that Could
have been expected owing to the liielem
ency of tho weather,
It was reported on Saturday, by some
hunters in the eastorn part of tho town,
that a solitary turkey had escaped the
general destruction, and had been heaid
gobbling in the woods, but it is now gen
erally believed to have been a small boy,
who had received an over done, and was
attacked with symptoms of turkeyphobia.
V. T. Bull and wife were in town to eat
their thanksgiving dinner, and were
joyfully greeted by their numerous
friends here, though it was a little hard on
Dr. Parshall, who had to furnish the ra
tions. Mr. Jan. Fickinger, principal of the
North Kiugsville school, is giving his stu
dents a weeks vacation, after which the
school will again commenced and wild re
Mr. II. F. Thompson and wife of C'orry,
Pa. are expected to become a part of the
corps of le.ichers.
We arc sorry to hear of the illness of
Mrs. Styles, in consequence of a sorain of
the ancle, Hie result of springing from a
buggy a few weeks since.
Through the kindness of Marshall
Wright, we are enabled to give the follow
ing statistics of the township:
Number of farms in the town. - 128
" ' acres of wheat harvested in
1880. . 1,100
Number of acres winter killed. - 411
' bushels thrashed. - 22,0"
Average yield of bushclls per acre. - 20
Number of acres sown for 1881. - 1,211
Prof. Algier is again in his ncciitomed
place, teaching the "young idea how to
shoot," and the clang of the school bell
sounds as though we had heard it bofore.
The happiest looking man wo have sc:n
In Kiugsville, for many a day, was IJcury
Barton, on Friday morning last. He
seemed absent minded and, for a wonder,
totally unfit for business. When one of
his customers inquired the price of butler,
he leplicd. "Yes, sir, its a boy; a very
choice article, and warranted not to fade."
We understand that Hen Ristmau, pro
prietor af the central meat market is also
happy. The trouble in his ease being also
The Presbyterian social this week is to
be held at the house of Mr. Henry Steph
ens, of Sheffield. If the weather and
roatls remain good, their friends from hero
can combine t lie pleasure of a drive with
the pleasant time they will be sure to have
Eda. Tel: Thanksgiving passed off very
quietly bore and was not observed by any
Our winter schools at tho Center, com
menced last Tuesday and hitherto a good
interext was manifested.
A meeting is In progress at Padanaram,
at the M. E. church, under the labors of
Curtis Biirlinghain has ruturnod fcom
the West where he removed some years
ago, with Intent of making his permanent
rosidence. Ho reports a fine country, and
only returned because the country was not
congenial to his health.
C. B. IiSmphoar has returned from Mich
igan, lie reports plenty of deer but
M. Brown, an aged gentleman, has just
returned from Yonngstown, where he has
been treated for disease of the eye. One
eye was oporated upon for the purpose of
removing a cataract, but proved a failure
resulting in a total loss of the eye; he in
tends having the other operated upon as
soon as the other will pel m it.
O. II. Powers fell from a scaffold on til
22d and was seriously hurt.
Samuel Johnson was seriously hurt on
the 24th iust., by being caught under a
log while at work cutting logs; one rib is
reported broken anil also Internal injuries,
but under caroful treatment he will prob
A little son ot Anson Maiviu was quite
seriously hurt on tho 24th i list, j he was
striking upon a log with an ax and it
bounded hitting him in the fuce and cut
ting a gash nearly two inches long upon
James Leonard lost his only horse on
the 20th inst. ; the beast dropped dead ill
Mrs. Anna Turner and Nina Peck have
returned from Michigan.
McOuffey'a new Series of Books have
boon Introduced In our common schools.
Nov. 29th 1880.
From Wit? Ihmner, we gather that there
are changes among the old habitues: Mr.
Iligg has moved to Trumbull. Mr. Lit.
tie has gone to Bloomfleld to live. Mr. F.
Crc aser has moved to New Lvme and Mr.
N. King, of Rome has come to Orwell to
Mrs. C. A, B. Pralt has returned home
from Castile, N. Y.
The I'resbvlerian Society have enuatfod
Rev, Mr. Vance, of Hudson, as pastur for
Mr. Stone has completed his work on the
Opera room. It has been greatly improved.
Miss. Nellie Kile had a pleasant birth
day party last week, receiving a number
of fine presents.
Mr. Frank Bates came homo from
loiingsiown, bringing with him a young
A social is announced at the residence
of Mr. liiinciuiaik, Friday evening of this
When y in want -omcllilnif loiineml strict
Iv In business uml eui ea eoush or cold In the
head, Met I'r. Kenner's ltii)rivetlloiiK)i Hon
ey n win relieve any cuso in one uuur
Try a sample bottle ut 10c.
Last week the Hailiond Company put
down the iron bridge on the abutments
constructed at the t'owh s Creek crossing,
near the Tool Mhoops. 'I'hero isaaeparale
span for each of the tracks, nml in mate
rial and construction they compare well
with the massive stone work which sup
H)rts them. The bridges were constructed
complete, when brouvht, and each one
hois;cd in place, bodily. The span is Ihir-ty-six
feet, mnkiiig an ample channel for
the greatest flow ol water likely ever to
A valuable horse belonging to A. A. Kel
sey, of llarpeislleld, died recently of Hie
Roper, charged wile shunting with intent
to kill, in Willoiigliby, alsmt i.ne year ago,
has had bis trial in tho Common '('leas of
Lake county and been convinced of assault
and battery, only.
The Columbus, Ohio, dinpntrh says our
Dwight Crowell. Clerk-elect of the Su
preme Court, haa selected Mr. Orange
Eraser, of Wilmington, as chief clerk.
Mr. Eraser was in tiie ollice with ex-Cleik
Mr. W. -E. Williams, b Time oftlec
graduate, and tor a long lime a cnuiMisilor
in I he Lender ollice, sailed recently for
Liverpool, Eng. He goes to visit bis many
relatives there and elsewhere in the King,
dipt. Charles Graves, first mate on the
steam barge Fletcher has reached his
home In North Madison. He says the
Fletcher struck on South Fox Island about
two miles from I lie lighthouse, on Sunday
morning, November 21st, at about 0
o'clock. There was a dense snow storm
nt the time. They were trying to
lind Beaver Island, for shelter, and bad
licen knocked aroutul till they were com-
liletcly lost. They did not know on. what
laud they had found a shore till Monday '
morning, when for the first time they saw
the light on the Island. When she struck 1
the stoves were upset, and it was not till
after she tilled with water and got steady i
that they could get a stove In shape and .
start a tire.
Capt A. M. Graves, our townsman, has
been in command of the Fletcher every 1
season since she came out. He has been ,
upon the lakes for the last thirty years,
and his reputation for skill, judgment ami
bravery is second to that of no commander
in the service, in all his sailings he has
never before had a eralt ashore, we believe,
and has been uniformly successful. He .
has always been among the llrst afloat in 1
the spring, and aiming the last to stirrcn-:
der at the close of the season.
Mrs. Oarlield hits refused to let her jiho.
tograph be sold or her likeness engraved. ,
Neal Dow received fewer votes for Pres-1
ideut than the Prohibition candidate of
We would like to C Uat B. Webb's.
Warranty and Unit Claim Deeds, Real
Estate and Chattel Mortgages, Leases,
Land Contracts and a full supply of Jus
tice's and Notary Blanks kept at the Tblk-uKAl'll
Now is the time. Those wishing pic
tures for Holidays should come at once
and have the negatives made so that we
can have them finished by Christmas.
1;M4 Blnkcslec & Moore.
You can save money by patronizing the
reliable Clothing House of B. Webb, Ash
A Good Chance. The stock in trade
and business of II, II. Hall are offered for
sale. Outside demand attention.
H. H. H.
Read, and take advantage. A first-class
photugraph only $2 per dozen, at Blakcs
lee & Moore's. 18-15
V U Wanted at B. Webb's Ihe clothier.
A Treatise on the Horse and his discs
es, by Dr. B. J. Kendall. A cheap, com
prehensive and noedful book for every ono
keeping a horse. Price 23 cents. Bold
by Parshal, Kiugsvlllo Thurbcr & Co.,
and C. E. Swift, Ashtabula. tf
O, Come & C. Our new stock ol Vel
vet, Cabinot and Card frames. They are
hnndsomo and especially for Christmas
presents. Blakoslee & Moore.
B. Webb has a largo line ot Trunks.
We will mako you a better photograph
than you can got elsewhere in tills coun
ty for 2 pur dozen. Illakeslee & Moore.
Overcoats, overcoats, a large and well
Selected Stock at B. Webb's. lit.
Those velvet oaacls bow nice for cabi
net and card pictures, at Btukcslco &
No man or woman can do satisfactory
woikwhen the brain is dull, the nerves
unsteady, the system relaxed and they feel
generally wretchod. Why should lawyers,
merchants, clergymen, doctors, mechanics
or mothers often miserably drag through
their work in this condition, when small
amount of Parker's Ginger Tonic will al
ways, at moderate cost, clear the brain and
give them the strength and the will to per
form their duties satisfactorily. We hae
felt its strengthening and bracing effects
and can recomcud it most highly. See
other column Ed. 10-18
Inventor employing Rttornlen fhmlllnr
wiib prut-tlre In tho Pa to nt orrU-e.rHrely full
ol kt-cur.HK patenU, Kxperleiicu miHurcH mi
cokm lu iiriHtouttiiir oonli-aU'd entries ami
Mlncrii. lJUHlclalmsbeltrotc(li'iu'ral lentil
OitU'e. Long practice glvua tmcoot... lu Hut tir.
Preshre v A (Iroen, Attorney, 500 Seventh
Mtreet, Wtuthli.tflmi, 1. U. have hail Ion ex
perlt'iiee hi all b much on of prtioLloo beiuiu
lurt lea having bunt neon shoo'.d addroua
them(ouulosliitf aUtmp) fur ill forum lluu. U.
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500 England, 100,000 For America.
St. iViVWiM, the charming magazine
for boys ami girls, edited by Mrs. Mary
Mnpes Dodge, has increased so much in
size and number of pages during the year
past that the publishers havo been obliged
to issue the yearly volume In two parts,
instead of one as heretofore. As to its
circulation, they report a gain of 10,000
in the average monthly editions of 1880
over 18T0. The announcements for the
coming year include a capital serial story
for boys, full of escil ing aihenl lire, "In
Nature's Wundei laud," or Adventures in
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Art, with many illustrations; "Phaeton
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by Itossiter Johnson ; " Mystery in a Man
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The Agassiz Association, fully explained
n the November number; "Two English
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full of charming tableaux and effects; A
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for Young Folksf beginning with tfie
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Fairy Stories by Frank It. Stockton the
first of which is in the November number;
An Indian Story by "Bright Eyes," the
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The first Part of the now famous serial
by Eugene Schuyler, "The Life of Peter
tho Great," was finished in October. With
November begins Part II. "Peter the
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PiNNBT-ln (leney, Nov. Slitti, s sop foO. C. slid
uraoe rmaey. vvuikui, is pouods.
PAscox-In Oenevs, Nov. 2fJth,l sua to Mr. and
curt. a. u. uuricnx.
Fnt'K Ulakrhlr At South RinVe. Nov. ' iifih.
by Hcv. Hum Clark. Mr. William Frsrk to
miss uarnu jc. uukeaiee, both or fciouth Nidge.
Beach Oillbtte In Wavne Nov. SJlh. bv Hot
Il.O. Warner, Mr. Frank W. Roach ofCiuueut
to Mist Klla U. tMII. Uf of Wyno.
IUi'it-GtTKSLKi In Anhtabula, Nov, JMth, by
aiuo u. iitm ui. j. i'., nr. ucar a. uttwei to
AtiKs. Mary M. Uuiieluy, all ot Aeutabula.
Pikkce Wood At the M. B. Pnrooiirieo.fJeneva,
Nov. IMtli, by Huv W. H. lUhkttll, Mr. W
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Okralti Uahnkh In AahtahuU, Nov. Ulit.b)
iiuv.it, wuu, mr. rn-n j. ueraia 10 AiutJtm
nle K. (Junior, both ot Hay brook.
ltssD--In llaruersArld, Nov. Kid, Bllssbetb, wife
of WUIiaui Heud. aed UU years.
Pskkiss In SHvhronlt, Nov. aotu. Wui. C. Per-
aius, hkuu sume us yuars.
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Yon will always find a fall supply of choice family
Groceries & Provisions
Which will be sold, for Cash, aa low aa at any
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FLOUR, CORN MKAL,
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