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Office ' Main Street.
Friday Morning, March A, 18KO.
The infirm Israelites, of Cleveland, are
to be provided wilh a home.
Genuine diamonds have been manufac
tured again, and perpetual motion hasliecn
once more discovered.
Another I'te delegation passed through
Chicago the other evening, en rotie to Wash
ington. In the party are throe of the Meeker
It is estimated that the total Income of
the Government for the year ending in
June will be about f.'iOO,000,000, and that
the total expenditures will be $275,000,
000. Orrin A. Hlckok offers to opon the trot
ting season with the horse St. Julien, rec
ord 2:12?&, at Dotroit, Mich., the consider
ation to be 1,500 net.
The fatality of the foggy weather in
London since the opening of February, is
contrasted by some of the Knglish pnpors
with the lute cholera season.
Grunt's majority over Maine at Ulica,
was 37, which lends an aspect to the rela
tions between the Presidential candidates,
which the friends of Blaine affect to be
Mr. II. Nottingham madoatradc in New
York some five weeks ago in which he part
ed with his fast horse "Tempest" and be
came the owner of a faster and younger
iron-gray named "Moses."
The now jury law just enacted by the
Ohio legislature provides that all struck
juries are bereaftor to be selected by the
judge of the court without consultation
with anybody. This is presumed to be fa
tal to fixed up juries.
The faithful in Armagh, Ireland, have
recently sent to Rome some four or five
thousand dollars as a contributions to the
support of the Vatican. Meantime Ireland
holds out her hands to the Nations for the
means to support her starving thousands
until the next harvest.
Emperor William made a long oall on
Saturday last, upon his prime minister,
Bismarck confined to liis bed wilh rheu
matism he himself i baying rocovercd
from fulling down stairs somotwc or three
weeks ago. The great men of Germany
arc fulling into their decrepitude.
llinton Rnwen Helper, who created such
a sensation with his book on "The Irre
pressibe Conflict," more than twenty years
ago, has now a side speculation on hand
for building a railroad from Behring's
Straits to Cape Horn, and has deposited
f 5,000 in a St. Louis bank to lie awarded
as prizes for poems and essays on that stib
jcot. Inquires as to the prvparuions being
made at Cincinnatti for the Democratic
National Convention develop the fact that
Mr. Tiltlon's friends have Iieen exceedingly
activa in securing the most conspicuous
and comodious accommodations. He has
taken only abuut a hundred of the best
rooms at the Grand Hotel, and fifty each
at the Burnet and Gibson. ,
The itcpublican Htute Central Commit
tee are to meet at Columbus on the 11th
Inst., to fix the time and placo for holding
thu next Republican blubs Convention.
The usuul uiuctiug of of Republicans for
consultation will be hold in the Hull of
the I louse of Representatives, on the even
ing of the same day, find a full attendance
and Home booming is expected.
A English Ritualist Arthur Wagner
of Brighton, a miirrled limn, hua been re
ceived into .the Itoimin priesthood by ro
orililmtion, uud allowed to usslut priestly
minlHlrulioiiK in mini and preaching, but
not in confession. A door hue been open
ed uud liiude wide enough to urcomniodiitc
all those high church tendencies that seek
the current drifting Homeward, without
The Lovcnworth Afptal a copy of
which has boon eont us asserts that,
MTherson oounty which has a local inter
est here because of its having swallowed up
King City and entered into its labors, at
an election on the fid u)t, the Greenbaekers
carried the day. ' Nine townships elected
the entiro Greenback tlckot and in others
the Republican majorities wore much re
duced. From. J. W, Hill's account of
that locality, we supposed it was abreast of
the times In business energy and political
sagacity. , ' ,
It is Uncle Peter Hitchcock who seems
to be getting the Congrcssloniil boom down
in tli Nineteenth IMstrlct now.' The
Asliiubulu TtUgraph having suidofhim,
"We have probably no man in the district
who is better posted in the politics of the
"Or bi tter posted in all matters iu which
the people of this district are Interested."
Senator Hitchcock seems to lie running bis
ciiinpuign by Ttlrgrafih-Luultr lid.
He la In the hands of his friends.
The town and city elections In Maine
have remitted In gruat Republican gulus.
It Is evident that Die people, at tills first
election since the exposure of the Onrco
len conspiracy, have taken the opportuni
ty to manifest their Indignation for the
party which la nwpouslblu for oue of the
most shameful political plots of modern
times. In an almost unbroken serine of
Republican victories, It is noticeable that
the cities and towns defranchlsed by the
Garcelon gang have given largely increas
ed Republican majorities. In Portland,
fer example, where the oouibiued Demo
crats and Grrenbackera bad a majority of
40, In a total r,H44, lust year, the Republi
cans have a niujorlly of 1,2:14, In a total
vote of 5,1170, this year. The same result
has Wa riacliuij in Bulb, another U f ran
ch lued city, many Democrats Joining to
give the emphasis to the rebuke thus ad
ministered to their dishonest leaders. Be
side this It Is shown that while Garcelon
pronounced Republican wturn."futully de
fective" tli at returns uiade In a similar
manner by democrat were either aent
back to the Democratic officials for cor
rection according to Instructions, or cor
reeled at Augusta, and out and out frauds
and forgeries wese freely c. muiltled In
order to count out the Republican. 1
The Canvas The chances bl settling
wilh any degree of unanimity upon a pres
idential candidate before the sitting of the
National Convention, seems to be becoming
more dubious. The relations between
Sherman and Blaine are antagonizing as
the earnestness of the two candidates in
creases. This, we suppose is to be expect
ed, and If General Grant gets along with
out sharing in a liko feeling, be may thank
his stars. The ex-President, however,
does not occupy the same posture as the
other two gentlemen named, as he is not
taking the rough and tumble of the can
vass, and yot he will not escape any un
friendly or disadvantageous influences
that may be used tq lessen his hold upon
the public confidence. What may not be
done by direct sortie, may sometimes lie
accomplished by indirect altiuk. The
multiplication of candidates will hare its
effect in dividing attention and frittering
away self confidence and weekening our
prospects for the struggle. Besides the
threo prominent candidates, other names
are brought out and urged for possible
chances. Thus Senator Garfield, who
has not been in the field, and has given his
voice for Sherman, Is spoken of with more
intent and meaning as the centos', pro
gresses. Edmonds name has also been an
nounced by his friends, and the political
cauldron begins to bubble. Gun. Giant's
prospects will hold in abeyance others
who are understood to be contingent.
Thus Senator Colliding will nut be heard
of as an announced candidate, if the
ex-President is able to hold the even tenor
of his way.but in case he is crowded off the
track, Senator Coukling, It is expected,
will tako his place among the foremost.
As wo begin to approach the time fixed for
the Convention, we may expect that things
will change in their relations and aspects,
or the canvass will begin to assume a some
what likely type.
The Lesseps Canal. The change of pro
gram In meeting the French proposition of
opening a highway across the Isthmus of
Panama, looks very much as if we were not
moving by well-defined and well-settled
ideas. It will lie recollected that when the
Paris Congress adopted M. de Lessep's
plan, the impression was not Vory general
that it was practicable, and therefore, did
not warrant any thought of opposition from
the friends ol the so-called Monroo doc
trine. After a visit to tho locality by the
engineer, in company with a number of
others of admitted ability, and all question
was removed about the practicability of the
measure by a common agreement, that not
only Is a sea-lovol canal practicable, but
that Its construction at a cost that will
make it a paying enterprise is asserted. It
was further asserted that as to the difficul
ty of the work, the Sues canal was the
more difficult undertaking of the two.
These conclusions havo nearly silenced cav
el and opposition In this direction, but its
opponents seem to bo compelled to fall
back upon the "Monroe doctrine," or hos
tility to foreign interference upon this con
tinent. The resort now Is to making pro
tests and such forms of grumbling as may,
perhaps, it is hopod, deter ami stave off the
work. Tho New York Time Is of the
opinion that no beating of gongs or mere
forbidding tho construction, will likely be
effective in preventing the construction.
If the engineers and workmen are driven
off it will most likoly be force meeting foroe.
The moment such aotion is taken, tho
French Government will be compelled to
protect Its subjects from unlawful attack
by a foreign power, for although wo may
plead that we are acting In accordance with
the "Monroe doctrine," that doctrine does
not form part of any reoogniaed code of
international law. A Froneh fleet will be
sout to the isthmus, and we shall either
have to humbly apologize or to fight. The
rulative condition of the two Government
for a struggle may bo readily appieuiated.
While France has an efiloient navy a
heavy armament nf iron clods this govern
uioul is singularly deficient and without
anything worthy of the nainu of an arm a
Tho (amino prevalent in Ireland Is large
ly owing now, as In the past, to the failure
of tho potato crop, on which that: unhappy
land has so uniformly depended for food.
It is singular that our common potato
should be called Irish because the bulk of
the lower orders of the Irish are accustom
d at home to use it as the chief article of
diet. While it is hard to decide where the
potato is really liideginous, and . where it
has spread since it cultivation by man, it
is a native ol mountainous districts ot
Ironical and subtropical America, proba.
bly from Chill to Mexico. It has been as
serted that the first vegitable of the kind
known to civilization was discovered in
Patagonia; but the assertion has never
been corroborated. Hiimbnlt doubted if
it had cvor been found truly wild; but
later travelers of high scientific reputa
tion, are satisneU on tins point. The wild
plant, except that the tuners are smaller,
nirror very Utile from the cultivated plant
The potato has been raised on this conti
nent and its tubers eaten from times long
preoeding the discovery of uie western
world, It seems to have been first taken
to Europe in the beginning u( the sixteenth
century, by the Spaniards from the vicini
ty of (juito. It extends!! from Spam to
the Netherlands, Fiance and Italy, hut
ouly as a curiosity, being oonfliied to a
lew gardens. 11 long imro tne same name
as the batata or sweet potato, which is the
tuber meant by most Old World writers
down to the middle of the seventeenth
century. It appears to hare been carried
to Ireland from Viririnla (15(111) by Haw
kins, a slave-trader, and to England 30
years later by Sir f rauds limks, without
attracting much attention, until it was a
third time exported from this eouutry
by the expedition sent out by Sir Walter
Kaleigri. mm, a King lime paused ueiore
the potato began to be widely cultivated.
Not before the end of the eigheenth cen
tury was it generally introduced into
Prance and Germany. Darwin noted the
potato In tho humid forests of the Chonos
Archipelago, and among the Central Chil
ian Mountains. It is closely related to
the mandrake and deadly night-shade, and
from its stems and leave a potent uar-
ootio may be extracted. The eating of
potatoes was for awhile forbidden In Bur
gundy, as they were thought to be poison
ous, and tnt common people oi rviigiaud
long cherished a ureiudiee against them.
They are now used aliuosi universally, and
iney and corn are oonsmored two o tne
greatest gifts which this continent has
furnished to the Old World. The potato
really is and should be designated as the
American potato. The Irish have de
pended altogether too much and too long
upon the uulalo: but they are not and
never have been the kind of people to
prctlt by their own experience or that of
Psck. In ttlchmnnrt, Mth ntt., a ton to James
W. ana Bnnigune Peck. .,
CaosisY In A.htatrnla.fnd Inst., a daughter to
Snmnel W. at.il Addle It. Cm. by, ,
Hcovtt.t.a. In A.ht.biila. 27th nit., a daughter to
Mr. and Mr. H. W. Hcovlllo. ,
CoortR, In Donmitrli, lut Inst., a dattghtor to
Friink and Ianra 'Jooeur.
Croft. - Id A.htannla. onRstnritsy nlirht laar,
a ilnnctiter to Mr. and Mrs. John 'Croft,
Kn'R-HKARiMUtT. In Wivne, Wilh Tit,, bv Bev.
H. W. Ntrctel. Mr. .fi.ltn IImhm. nt u...n
Trnmhnll Co.. to Mies Bmlly L. Beani.ley, of
tieiNiiv. Ill Aplnahnlft, Sit Inst., of diphtheria,
Clnii-lc. tuhiby, gruiKlxun ot Mr. I II, Cm.by,
ages six jtsarrt.
Seovn.T.R. In A.htahiila. 9d Inst , of luiuemo-
nln, Mrs. K. W. ticorille. aged all years.
Clark -In Ashiahnla, tlth Inst., W. B. Clark,
sued ai Tears.
Fitch. In Jt-nVrson. 9"lh nit., of diphtheria.
KHraheth. (hYMle) daughter ol K. II. suit Alia
I. ri'oh, sited 8 year.
Smith. In tlorsct. 9sih Inst., vary suddenly, Jno,
Mliiith, aired !W years.
Root. In Hock Crsek. 35th ult., of old age, Mrs.
Itarhel Hoot, aged 81 years.
TELEGRAPH OFFIC MARCH. 6th, 1880.
DEALERS PAY THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Apple, ilrli'il, per Eta f .1
Hotter, per tt 2(1 to :
Heans. per Im I.tt) to 1..
i'heese. per lb 11 to .
Corn, shelleil. per Im 4ft to. .1
Knew, per doz .
unl.iM'r In.... i
1 llitF. iter Ihi
1'oUitoen. per lilt yr, to .
Peaches, dried, pertt.
Vlneunr. per gal
( hi'Ktnu!, p.-rhu t..
II lekoryiiutN, per bu
( 'hlekciiH, ilrithard, per prmiil, ,1
Turkeys, " " "
MELLING PRICES AT RETAIL.
Holler, per Iti a, to
Heans, per hu 1.
Bran, per cwt.
Chop Feed per ewt .
Corn Meal perewt 1.
Chei'o, per fl
Kkkm, per iloz '.
Corn, In the enr. per bu. of 70 tt
Flour, Peerless per sack 1
" Mich, white whent 1-
sturprlHo, per suck 2
" Neptune, " " 1.
Itenver Col.W.W.persek 2.
" XXX, W.W I.
XX. per snck 1
" Huckeye, per suck I
' Ohio Mills, A, while .... 1
Ohio Mills. X A Amber.. I
" Ohio Mills, A Ainher .... I
' Ohio Mills, (indium
" New Km, Ohio Mills.... 1
Meal, Ohio Mills, bolted, sack..
MlilUlliiKs, per cwt 1
Potatoes, per hu
I,nnt. per Hi
I'citeucs, ilrleil, per lb
Salt, per bid " I
vinegar, per Kill
Chickens, urusscd, per pound,
Turkeys " " "
KKI.1.1NCI AND PAYJNO PUICKtt AT WHOI.KH
Hran, per loll . $ 14.
MI1I1III11KS, per ton 211.
Corn Meal, per ton 24.
Chop Keeil, per ton 21.
Corn, per bushel, (paying)
Oals, per bo.....
luteruatlonal Dairy Pair.
One of the most important results of this
great fair is tho verdict of tho committoe
of experts that they found the well-known
and always popular Perfected llutter Color
made by Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
ton, Vt superior to all others, and there
fore awarded it tho first and only prize.
Dairymen should remember this aiid insist
on having Ihe best. Sold by all druggists
and grocers. Send for circular.
A irinlhcr'a drier.
pride of 11 Mother, the life iuhI Joy of a
home, are her children, henee tier arlef when
slukness enters and takes them away. Tako
warnliiK then, that you lire running a terrl
blo risk. If Hiey have i a Cough, Croup, or
Whooping Cough, which lead to Consump
tion. If yon do not ntteiid M 1t nt imre. HHI
I.OII's CONSUMI'I'ION CUHK Is guaranteed
In cure them. I'rte 10 els,, Mints., and sl.ot).
Forlniue back, Hlileor Cheat, use Huilon's
Porous Plaster. Prloe IT, eta. Sold by Hwlft
and Thurbor A Co. '
"A Public nnefetor. '
OUtre of Nichols & Htelncr, 48 IM110 St. I
-New York City, Muv. 13, 178. ,,,,'
llu. M. M. Krmkkr, Kredonla, N. Y.
IleurHtr: 1 have been a Hrent sufferer
from biliousness und dyspepsia for years.
My friend, Hon. H. V. Lake, of the New York
Custom House. Induced me to try your Hlood
anil Liver Remedy and NerveTonle, Hy the
use 01 two buttles I have austalned Lb tiioNt
relreahliiu relief. I look upon It as one ot
K''""i mine hits 01 tne uay, anil you us
the compounder ol the saina. as a publlu ben
efactor, Yours truly,
, Wm. H. Hleluer,
Kx-Comrnlssloner of Kxulse for N. Y, City.
Dr. Fenner's Hlood und Liver
and Nerve Tonic may well bo called "Tho
oonqncriiig heto" ot the times. Whoever
has "ihe blues" should take It, for it regu
lates and restores tho disored system that
givosrise to them. It always cures Bilious
ness and Liver (lomphiint, Jauiuliee, Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Headaches, Kever and
Ague, Spleen likilurgouiouts, Surofula, Ery
sipelas, I'lmple, Blotches, and all skin
eruptions and Hlood Disorders, Swelled
Limbs and Dropsy, Sleeplessness, Iui paired
Nerves and Nervous Debility; restores rlesh
and strength when tho system is running
down or going into decline; oures Female
Weakness ami tlhronio Hheumalism, and
relieves Chronlo Ilninchil)s, ami all lung
and throat dilfiuulties. Itdous these things
by striking at the root of disease and re
moving!! s causes.' ' "
Dr. Fufmer'a Improved Cough Uoney
will relieve any cough in one hour. Try
sample bottle at ten cents.
Dr. Fennar'a Golden Iielief ouros aiiy
pain, aa Tootliaohe, Neuralgia, Colic or
Headache, In 8 to 80 minutes, and readily
rolioyea Rheumatism, Kidnoy Complaint,
Diarrhuia, ele. Try a sample bottle at 10
Dr. Fennel's Vegetable TllooiJ anil Uvec
rills. The best family physic known.
For sale by Switt. At wholesale by Strong,
Cobb M'u., Cleveland, Ohio, , , 4
Parties contemplation a trip to Kansas or
any point In the west before buying tickets
will do won to Mil on W. (1. Kcavue, Central
News IUhiiii, Ashubulu, O, , , . j;jt-u
The Heat 1 Kr Knew of, '" !
J. O. HTAUK KY,
prominent and liinuen-
, ii.i, i,uwi,iij,iji; -i uaveliad
the luspepsla. and I.Ivor Complaint lui sev.
era! years, and havo used every Hemedy I
oould liaarof, without any roller whatever.
iiiilii i anw yuur (onion vital issr advartls- -ed
In our paper, and wui persuaded to try It,
1 am haupy to state that It liua entirely Cur
ed me. It la certainly the best Hemedy I
.,,. w, a inn iu luwiw, , civna oy
Hwlft uud Thurbor AUo. . , .
WIIIIXIM'HCATAKKH KKMKDV.' A mar.
veilous Cure forCalarrh, Diphtheria, Canker
mouth, and Head Aohe. With uli bottle:
thare Is an litrenloua nasfil Injector fitr Ihw
without extra obarua. PrlcuoUuta. Hold bv
u. A, a w 1 1 . ii - jys.1
- Klaasi DoblMt Worst. "
This IS an uirouf irreut varkt and Cromer.
fill Inventions. Hlcaiu, electricity, wateri
air, all are made lo serve man, hut uniiucs.
tlonalily the greatest Inventions are those
which preserve, man's heullll and prolong
his life, anil among the greatest of these Is iJr,
Klnui Nuw lllkcoverv for ounnuiiiulluii. lta
etfecu uiu truly wondcplul and hundreds are
happy to-day, who once hiokcd toi wurdto
an early grave. For CoUKba, (.'olds, Hiou
chltls 4sluuia, loss of voice,. Itay Fever,
Hoarseness. Croun. or auv altuctlon whuluvcr
of the Throat, chest or I.uiiks, Ur. Kiiis'a
New lllscovery will positively cure. We can
eheetndly raooutinund It to all, and can uii
hewltutlllut V HLV IL la the miLv kum uum fi,r
4IIIIMVL anil i.uug AllCCIIU
ten cents: reaulur slse St.
Far sale by Uee
Hurklen'a Arulca aalne.
The best the world fur Cuts Itruis-
es, Korea, tUcers Salt Kiicuin, Fever Sores,
Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns,
and all kinds of Mklu Kruptluus. This salve
Is glluraliteed to give pcrtcol sutlslactlou Iu
every ease or money refunded, l'rlcu 20 cts.
jer box. For aalu by Uuu A Uogars. 011.07
Cry for Pitcher's Castor). They Ilka
it baoanse it. la sweet 1 Mothers liha
Castoria heoatise it ftives health ta
the child 1 and Phyaiolana, hoeanaa
H Qontaina no morphine or mineral
la Batnrafa remady for asalmilatinaj
the food. It onres Wind Colin, tha
raising; of Sonr Cnrd and Diarrheea,
allaya Fnverishneaa and Kills
Worms. Thna the Child has health
and tha Mother ohtnina rest. Pleas
ant, Cheap, and Reliable.
The must edwtivs Paix-reUeviugj ataai
MAN and BEAST
tha vorld has avar known.
Over 1,000,000 Dnttlea sold last year I
Tho reasons for this unprecedented popu
larity, aro evident; the Centanr Lini"
meats are inmlo to deserve confidence 1
tbey are absorbed intu tho struoture; they
always onre and never disappoint.
No person need longer suffer with
PAIN In the BACK,
Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, for the
Lin amenta will surely exterminate
the pain. T here U no Strain, Sprain,
Cat, Scald, Burn, BrnWe, Sting, Gall
or Lameness to which Mankind or
Dumb Brutes are subject, that does
not respond to this Soothing halm.
not only relieve pain, but they Incite
honlthjr action, subdue Inflammation,
und 'onre whottier tlio symptoms proceed
from wounds of the flesh, or Neuralgia of
the Nerves from eon tr so ted Cords or it
scalded hand t from s sprained ankle
or gashed foot I whtjtbor from dUguatiug
PIMPLES on a LADY'S FACE
or s strained joint on a Horses Leg.'
The agony produced hy a Burn or Bculdt
mortification from Front bit et: Swell
ings fromStrntni; th tortures of Rheu
matism Crippled for life, by eotns
neglected sonidentt a valuable horse or
s Doctor1 Bill m&y sll be saved from
One Bottle of Centaur Liniment.
No Housekeeper, Farmer. Planter, Team iter,
or Liveryman, can afford to be without
these wonderful Liniments. They can
be procured in any part of the globe for
60 ota. and 11.00 ft bottle. Trial bottlei
Spurts of disgusting mucous from
tha uoitrila or upon the tonsils. Watery Kyei,
Snuffles, Bailing la tho an, Deafness,
Crackling enxotioni in the Head. Intermit
tent Paina oror the Kyoa, F ootid Breath,
Nasal Twang, Scabi In the Koitrili, and Tick
ling In the Throat are
SIGNS of CATARRH.
No other such loathsome, treacherous
and undermining malady oursi-i mankind.
One-fifth of our Children die of diauaiea
generated by Its Infeotloue Tolson, and
one-fourth of living men und women drug out
miserable exlitonoes from the same ouuae ,
While asleep, tha impuritios iu the
noftrili are noocsearily swallowod into
the stomach and inhaled iuto the
lungs to poiuon every part of the nuiem.
Dr. Wei De Meyer's Catarrh Cure
absorb! tho purulent virus and kills the
seeds of poison in tho farthest parts of
the system. It will not only relieve, but
certainly cure Catarrh nt any stage.
It U tho only romody wbli-h in our judg
ment, bns ovor yet really cured ft euie of
Cured! Cured! Cured! Cured!
Q, O PnanBimr, Prop. Wort Rod Hotel, Iing
. Jtmncli, Cured ol J yearn Olinmlc l aUrrli.
S. Bknbjuut, J., Jcwcli-r, ' 07 rlroudwiiy, N. Y.
tim nib. of fam'y) Cured nf Ch route Catarrh.'
B. H BftowN, 839 Oirnol At., N. V.,C'urwl of 11
years Chronic Catarrh.-. ;
J. I). Mc1onam. 7 Hi Hrcadwny, X. Y (RULar-
ln-Law) Cured of 40 yearn Chronic Catarrh.
Mrs. Johm Popohtt, Fi-hlall, N. Y., Cured of
, 8 yuan Chronic Catarrh.
Mrs. Jron Swarts, Jn , fW Warren Rt , Jertvf
City, Cure uf l yir Chronic ( 'aUrrta.
A. B TiionN, 1K1 Monlnjrufi ttt , Brooklyn, (self
and uim) Cured of Cuurrh.
Rov. Wm. Andihbon. FonMiam, N. Y-, Cured of
,)H yonr Chronic Catarrh.
Mllh. Ainks, Opera rrlmn Tonna,T" havers-'
' I'oirad vary gruat bimrai from it." i i . .
A. McKiiNSr, R K. ., t Broa i 8t , N Y.:
" M faadly ejipi-riencrd luiuu-dlatv ruhof."
Ac, Ac, , A a., Ac, Ac, Ac.
' Wei Da Meyer's Catarrh Cure la
thu most Important welii-ui discovery
siues vaccination , It U lold by all Drug
gUU, or delivered by P. B. Dbwry A Co
48 Dey Bt N. Y.. at S1.50 a pai-kuie. To
elubi, iix paokagei for $7 60. Dr. Wet
De Meyer's Treatise li toot free to
'At ' -
. W. REDHEAD'S STORE.
Yuawli; Iw.ji Ond full iuviiIi afcbolcefnul'lj
(Jroccrics & : Provisions
Which wtlt he totd, ftir CrkIi, s.'tow SI St any
piM;. iu in. vuantr. umii ina mnine my Uooill
nd 1'rlu.i. Wfi.ra uniUUig . sl.uwliuro. , Hjr
Hicuk cuii.l.L tu pari of
Sugars, Teas, Coffees Smces,
, , , Canned Fruits, Fresh .
; Fruits, o.
' ' , , also .
Provender, Bran, Oats & Corn
and various otber articlus too namerous to
Alao Axeut for tha ceterbated
1 Buffalo Cream Alea 4. Porter.
At his old atand, corner of Main and Centre i
No. IIS Hnirinr fl CI.tVRI.ANI), )., has now
In atore an IMMKNrtK 8TUCK of
NEW CARPETS !
The aililiton of orrr 9000 fVt of estra flnr
Wei rcudcrtd nt-cuenary by Inert-Baud bun
tnoirj. and the wholo otore la
COMPLETELY JAMMED !
TUB CHOICEST GOODS,
and LOWEST HtlCESat
215 SUPERIOR ST.
SMITH'S OPERA HOUSE.
SATTRDAY KV'G MARCH 6.
Dr. James Hcadlcy,
Thu Eminent Phynlojrnomlit and Orator. In a
8 Lectures on Physiognomy 8
Or re ad I nir character from the face. Ills Lec
ture! are Illustrated by s
Gallery or Oil Paintings, 800 Iu Number,
Dr. Jnmi'i II t-Ad ley has drawn the largest
houtps in thl plnce that no other cnturtlanineiit
this teairn ha drawn. A perfrct Jam every
evening - WentJltUtN. Y.Mepubliean.
PHICE OK ADJTtlKNIOIV I
Conne ticket, adults, $1 00
" Rhihlrun and students 60
Single admission, Rdnliw, . S6
" " children 16
Tickets for rale at the Hall, at tho Athtahula
(tnre, ana iiy mem hers of tlie Protect tun Fire
Importnr of SCOTCH ORANITE MONU.
MKNTH, find Mumifacturor of
AHKHIOAN flHlNITK, ItltRULE A
S'Uin H-N'J'ON US.
Will also nil nil onlora for Marble,
urumieor tHtinu-Htonu work.
Otrlce on Center street. 1105-tf
Work done In the Rett Manner."
J.A AS on tinnd a good assortment ot
uarneaaor var'.tin. Kind, lluivraml Llirht.HIn
If le Slid Donhle. of the heat wnrbmin.hlii sitri m.
terlal. He la prepared to fill all ordera for work
oiauj aeacnption in nia line.
, . WHIPS.
ir iibb ju( ibiu in imrge sappjy or iarre sna
rrtedtnio sl.ed Traveling Trunks. They are of va-
nuur quniuiuB uq values, anu aoorded at favor
ahle prtcef. The vssortment Is altogether the
lnrirrKt nf Int In tho r-mrinn Thai tr.unlln.. v.11.
ftfH llivltt'fl to lfMib nvnrlhli atitf)r sa t i7n-
I V t l A i ( , , " l i . VJ
POHD 3c BItOTIIKR
A-niHhoia.HDi. v.iwy iiinotr
DRUGS. PAINTS. GLASS. BOOKS WAT T. Pi
PBHsud MILLINKIiY, L, Lyon. Conuuaut, O.
..... , ,i op , .
FRANK D. HOKINGER,
Arejuatl; celebrated for turning out the best
and moat elegant styles of work In any or al
nrletlM of thalrade. Tbe iuir and moat
' TiiTlroiof HARNESSES are also got
ten np at this eetabllahment.
In BTOCK, FANCY CARRIAGES, TRACK
. WAOONS and 8LEIU1IS In their aua
apn. Agent for the celebrated
278 MainSt., Ashtabula, 0.
H THE ONLY MEDICINE
That AeU at the Same Time on
and the KIDNEY8.
ThsM mt organs are Iks natural eluis
rs at the sy-lem. It I htj wurS well, ho lib
will hn prrfiioti If thy Iwcoms cloggsd,
drsaiUul iiaMBa are sure to Ivltow wita
' TERRIBLE SUFFERINQ. "
Rinnan MS, Baadaeka, VyasasaU, Jaaa.
dlea, Caaatlpetlea aad mat, ar KM.
awy CMeMata, Craiel, Dlakataa, .
- Hedlaaaai ta tka I'riaa, Milky
ar Baay Pria or Ukm
atatle Palaa aad Aekaa,
ar demlopf'd beoauaa the blood la polioned
witli tin. hiimota that auould have bean
lltrmtore thfhel'lir srtion andsllthaae
(tltlia AvIlH ltt IMI hnlllftht'd j Bttglcl
...( u you villi LIv hut lusuuur.
'I :,o;itii. Im hie In-on cured. Try Hand you
will ti IS bueliinrs to tli uumhajr. imkn U
aul tiutUUt wllluuuvnwrvslftajuuyour heart.
W hy sufTar longer Trom ths tormsnt
Of nn aolilnn baott 9
Wnfr boar fuondistntM from Oon-st'-):.
Hon und Piles 7
Viiw bs eo fearful boaaus of dl-
KiuMEvWoiiTwill enrs yon, Try a pack'
vga at o:iee and be Mttlitfled.
it t ii dry ffryauts im 4h4
Oits PsrkiMre makcn als vuU of XadUts
Yvur VnufHti ku U, or trOt get n vr
mm, fti4it :tiM, huv'Hj it. h (l.gu.
Toia, aUCaUftssoa ft oe., nirtrt,
htatr ok rtro. ' I
I NHU HA NCR DKI'AR TN KNT, f
iluiiilms, .Inn. m, lKto.
IIKHKAB. th CunneothMit Flro Ir
Hliruiirfl I 'oiiiititu v hmutixi at Ifuri
inni in i lie rtiitin or innir nil iu.m n n It
thin oflien sworn aintmnt, by thn proper
I'MTlMll, HI1MWM1K II OOllllllHtn HIIU
biiHinoMM, And hrtfi compiled in nil rnp''tn,
with the Ihwh of ttila Hiiitp. rolntlnir to Flif
IiiHuritnnc Com pun I ps ItiforpomtnU hy other
"'"f'sin ini' i iiiini nimi'd,
Now, therefur. In mirHimnno of luw
JmRph K. WrlKht, Huporliil.'iuleii t of In
Kur.tncMrtiifSiiitMof Ohio, do hi-n-hy rcrtl
ty. that unlil CorVipuiiy Is suihorlMul to tran
anot lt llproirlllti hllHlllPM! if Urn Inmir
Hiii'e In this Htato. In ncconhinre wilh nw
during the rurrcnt yertr. The condition snd
bnlnf orMhl romimnv t the Uai nf mu-h
aiHtomeiit (Uscoiiihor 4t, lN7y.) la shown ui
AiKrcBiUenmountof RVHlhihle As '
fiKii-nttiu niiiiniiii, ui i iiiiiii in iph,
(i xix'pt 4ii)lUI IneliulliiK re-ln- ' '
Net A hup In . Si on oiin n
Amount of actuHl paid up capital. i(nu.(i0 00
Anion nt of Income for the vcur in
cbsIi $ 4HO.5O470
Amount of Kxpendlturos for the
year In cash 4M.ri0ft.tfl
in wtinesa whoreof. I have horeutito aub-
aorlbcd my name, and canned tho nenl of
my omct to b anixed, tho day snd Tear
uhove written. JOHKl'H K. W KUJH T,
ftHKHUY Fahvktt, Axlltllhulrt, t.
ktatr op Ohio. I
iNHDHANf R UfAHTMRNT.
Columbun. Feb.10 , 18t0.
"irHFKKAM.the Wstertown Fire Insurance
1 T t'ompuiy, locatt-d at Wfitertown In tl
pthtpoi new lorK, I ma filed in thla offloe a
wiirn Htateiticnt. by the proper otneera
iiii'ifiii. nutiH iuir hn coiiuiLion niid diikiiipw
and has enm n led In all r.NtiniiH with tt
lawn of thla Mate rolnttns to Fire Iiixuranr
C'onipanle Inoorporalrd by other a tales of
nit' mint i niaii'H.
Now, therefore, In pnnmnnce ot law,
joHepri r. w riftni, superintendent of Inmir-
aiire oi imp male ol Ulilo.Uo hereby certiry
that Raid eoiimnnv Ih untlior7ed to tniimu i
it h ai)Oroirlal(' biiNlneKH nf Fire ltiNiirHnff In
thla State, In accordance with luw, during
hid uirrt'iityciir, 1MO coiiuiiion niui ouhi
neaaol'Rald f'oniniinv nt tho date of mih
Rtatement(December flst, 1H79.) 1h shown aa
AKffrcRute amount of available Ab-
t!t8 777,598 59
nptKirKitic tilllOUIll OI 1, 1 (I Ol 11 1 1 08,
(except cnuital. i Includlna re-In
IV At. A Bantu k,- uju
Amount of actnai'paVd upcapitai." lluo'.OOO 00
Amount of Income for the year iu
.Hh 51R.332 78
oinvfuiit n ujLpuiiuiiureti lor mo
yuur iu casu, 78
In Witness Whereof. I Iiavh liftrnmiti an I..
scribed my nnne. and en used the Real of
my onice to oe nrtixod, the day and year
huovb wriUCII. JUBt.ru I. VVItHill'l-,
Okkkh A "Willtamm, AneiiUat Athtahula, O
Hta i r of OllfO. I
INHUHANCK IJKI'AKXMKNT. f
('OI.UHUUS, January It), 1HH0.
WTHKUEAH, The Hartford Fire IiiHiirance
TT t'ompnny loeateil at Flortrord, In the
State nf Connecticut, baa tiled in thl-office
a aworii Htutciiient, by tho pnpcr olllcers
uicicin hiiuwiiik con on i on anu numneHfl,
and has compiled In all reNpecta, with the
lawHof thla Ktate, relating to Fire Inaur
ance Companies;! ucorporatcd by other 8 La tea
vi uit) umiCTi niatCH.
Now. Thereforn. In tiiirciiannM nf. . ln r
Jcmeph P. Wright, Superintendent of Insur
nee Of tho State of hlr. do hcrhu ofir-tirv
thai aald Company In authorlfed UitranBact
iu apprupriaie uusineM oi Fire iuauranee Id
thlaHiate, In accordance with law, during
the current year. The condition and bnnl
nen8 of aldComoanvat the date of Niii'h
atatement(Deccmberdlat, l7.) ia shown as
AKrcKute amount of available As-
sets....... ., 83,460,080 10
AKKrcKate amount or inabilities,
(except capital), lncluclns re-in-
suranoe, ; 1.&6.748 ffl
Net Assets .' 8.SU0.72 02
Amount of actual paid up Capital, l,2,j0,000 00
Surplus .. I., 960,278 01!
Amount ot Income for the year io
canh 1,028,706 AO
Amount of Expenditures lor the
In wltneaa whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, and caused the seal of
my office lo be affixed, the dnv and year
Green 4 Williams, Affents at AHhtabula. O.
Mason a Baldwin, " Jetl'erson, O,
a. j. anuui, Atmi al conncaut, O.
E.P. Uaker, ' ' KelionKaville, O.
STATE OF OHIO. , i ! m '
Cof.lTUliim. .Ian. 00 lUTi
WHKFIEA8, The Kentou lusurance
Company. located at Covington, In
the Htate of Kentucky, haa filed In thla of
fice a aworn Htatement, by the proper oftloera
thereof, show Inn Its condition and butdnetui.
and has compiled In all respects with the
laws of thla Stute relating to Fire Insurance
Companies Incorporated ny other b la tea of
inu u n neu nmiea.
Nfiur t li r ( fnr rt In nnllnnAA nflmw .T 1ft
8Kl'li V. WKIUUT. Sunerlntendent of1 In .nr.
ance oi me iate or uno, do hereby cortlfy
that aald Company la authorized to truhuot
lta approprlato biiBlnewa of Fire In an ran co In
iiiih oiHMj, in accoruance witn law, during
tho current year. The condition and Ininl-
netta of aald Comnanv at the dati of inch
stutemenWDecember Slat, 1K70), la shown aa
Airerctfate amount of available As-
el W7H.898 56
AKKrt'KiiLU tu l uu ill oi iiauiiiiies,1
vexceui, capiian. moiuuinic re-m.
auruuee, 66,409 15
""v flfwn," , jiia.ifw) ii
Ain't oi'uetuul paid up capital 90000 00
Amount of luoome for the year In
, 118,188 90
amount or expeuuitures lur.ttie
yearluuut.h 111,629 34
In Witness whereof. T linvn bernuntn Kith.
scribed my name, and miuiied the Real nf
my oinoe to oe atnxed, the day and year
above written. 4UHb.ru F. WH1UUT, .
j, n. iajuan, agt., ui ANniauuia, u. tsupt;
50 Years Before the1 Public
Pronounced by all te be ths tnest Plsaiakt
and Jtrncicioua remedy now In use, for the
CURB Ol OOUeUS, COUM, CBOUP, BOiRHSNKSI,
tickling eeuaatiop, of the throat, whooping
eouKh etc, Ovsn a millkm sottlss sold with
im ths last raw tsabs. It glvet ralltf wherever
used, and baa the power to Impart benefit, thai
cannot be bad from tne cough mix, urea now In
oae. Bold by sll Druggists t 95 cents per bottle.
SELLERS' L1VKR PILLS are slau highly reo-
ommonded tor curing Liver Complslnt, sonitl
pstiOD, Sick-headaches, Per or and Ague, and all
diseases of ths Stomach and Liver, Sold by sll
Drnggtata at 3i osnta per box, , t . r fyH .
C B. Sellers A Co., Plttsbprgh, Pa,
FOB : . .
Investment I Emigration
fONTKMPLATINO a removal Ij Farpo,
J undprvlKned will dtfpote of a nrabajr of
iiTole lots la the uaiitur of builtiM s the Uar
Miuu bhttk with fhtiiicy tiioro which may bu
htil at barj!fni. Anr mi wii-hlntf to co to Par
o In the aprlng ths bt.it wheL ra IiIuk dlntrtct
In th wst way gut ppacUl risles-t-My 9, to
Dtiluth autl $lt to FarKO Irom ClevUitU. De
aeilptloo or the country fltrulihed on appllratloa
Uttihor.FoU.Sa.ltJoO, 7a MILO U WCJfi.
K RKAIj FTATF,. '
TN purniHiien ol hii ordr of ihe Probntn
('ourt of ANhliihula county, Ohio, I will
oiler for wale at puiillr hik i mid, on Hiiiudny,
tlle:td dav of Auiil. 1.H.SO. hill wui Ml thu luuira
oi one ami two o cock in the arte moon, up.
on the premium the followlnif dem rlhi il
real entiile, (free of dowi-r) ulliiute In III Vll
Iftire ot AKhluhula, county of ANhtahuh, in d
Mtnte of Ohio, to-wlt i '
HeHlnniriK at the center or Weal Hl.nllls
Junettou with 1'ronpect Ht. - thence running
norlh IMi'tf., eat rive chaliiN and fifty link;
Iheiiue north f8 Ueg. eaat t chiilna and 75
llnNM ; hence louth 1(4 deg.. pitKt o rlmlna
and W link- thence fioiith M deg., wet S
chaliia and tv- link to t lie plnceot beginning,
conlalnliiK one and tMuo nern or land, more
or 1mm, tul..'ct Uiall leual hlKliwnyn thereon.
ApprnlHcd at M,MU. Tonne of unlet fine
third In hand, one-third In one year, and
one. third in two yearn from thedny of anle;
tho deferred paymeut to bear Interest from
t he day of anlv, secured hy morttliiiie upon
the premiHCM wild. 11KNHY KAHmKTT,
Admlnlntrittor of John A. Prentice, decenu'd.
AMhlabula, Kch'yJi8tl,HS0. 167I-7H
NOTIOK is herey given that the under
Hlened Iuir been dulv nnnolnted uml
j null tied an Administrator on the onlnte nf
John Mnrr. de-eiiMed. Into of Hhnfn.dd . Ah.
tiihuln County, Ohio. FKKKMAN L. MAItlt.
Mhelllcld, P., Keb'y 111, 1KS0. 7-7fl
"heritTaa Special ITIaater Commlnlon
r ftale or Land and Tenements.
Athtabuta Common J'lrtu, Sept. 7'rrrn, 18T9
HoRACK W'ATMOM I
ah a i nmt VOrderof Sale.
JOHNHON UlLI.ETT, et al.
BY virtue of an order of sale, duly inmted
from sn Id Court In the ahovecaae to me
directed, I will oiler for sule by way of pub
lle auction at the door of the Court -House,
In the village of JefTerKou, Ahtnbula Coun
ty, Ohio, on Monday the fiah day of April,
A. 1), iHtw, between the bourn of 10 A. M and
12 M. or auld day, the following deicrllcd
lands and tenements, to-wlt:
Hltuate In the township of Sheffield, coun
ty of Ashtabula and Htate of Ohio, and du
aerlbed aa follows: In lot lot No. UK contain
In 7:) acnn of land. 2'- acres in lot No. at,
and W acres In lot No. :jo. and tHiunded noi lli
and east by the center of the htghway ex
ceptlng aiout one and one half (i) acrei,
on thecaMtowned ly W, A. Norton : south by
lot line, and west ny'lnnds of h. V, Buker.
Terms, cash. Appraised at 32706 no.
R. W. CaI-Vin, A. W. Stii.km Hherltf,
1'1'ttrs Attorneys. As Special MaHter Coin .
Hherlira Office. JefTerson. March 8, 1H8U.
'VTOTICK In hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed and
quiillfU'd as Administratrix nn tho estate of
Panlel Heckwlth, deceased, late of AHhtabu
la, Anil tabula County, Ohio.
rH-7t) MAItY L. pKCKWITH.
OF THE HTOW HOME8TEAl.
IN pursuance of an order of the lYobato
Court of Ashtabula County, Ohio. I will
otter for sale at public auction on Monday,
the fifth Inst., between the hours or one and
three o'clock p. in. of said day, the follow
ing described real estate (free or dower), sit
uate In the township or Ashtabula, In tho
county or Ashtabula, and Htate of Oh'o, und
being a part of original lot No. 17 In the said
tow nub In or Ashtabula, and bounded north
and west by the rights of way ot the Anhta
bula and Pittsburgh. Itullwny Company;
east by a tract oi nine acres of land belong
ing to Moses Taylor, and south by the Koutii
Hldge road, containing nine anii;i3-10f acres
or land. Appraised at H.7oj. There Is a two
story dwelling house, a good barn, and or
obanl, on the premises.
Terms of sale: 'One-third In hand, one
third luone year, and one-third In two years
from the day ol sale; the deferred payments
to bear Interest from- Mm dnv nr aula nri
secured by mortgage. '
II KIN If Y JASNrCTT,
Administrator of the utt i .i,.B.iii r.
Stow, deceased, 74-77
AKiiUioula, Marched, lKKu.
NOTICK Advertitemmts of' Wantttlt",Itr
Sale," " LoU," " iVund,M r(o., not exceeding Jiv
linen, wilt be inserted in thit column, under ap
prottriUe head for one week for lucent. Each
additional line will be charged 5 cents.
FOll SA LB OH EXCHANGE VOH A
Farm in Ashtabula county. A Farm of one
hundred and thirty nnrpi In Unnna Cnnntv
Kentucky nine miles from Cincinnati, mueh
of this farm U well set InurnaH, Winter sta-
uiiiigiur rorty neau or norsea, wnicn are
lllld at Cincinnati or l!nvliicnnn nt a tu.i it.
TKN DOLLARS a month a bead, stalls for
riueenuowa, DricR smoke house, Ice house,
barns, carriage house, dwelling a two story
hewed log with two story frame kitchen at
tached, two orchards nf writ BfllAotuf. rVnlt
a hair mile training track fenced, this farm
Is well fenced, much of It with Iocust poats
and pine boats. If exchanged difference in
value will be paid or received on liberal
time. Address, or call upon,
r. w. DiiiAucn. nr.. Ainiauuia, u.
Thla farm Is well watLored. for Binnmflr
pasture It Is not excelled, A It Is well known.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Dredging Ship Channel at Ashtabula
AHHTAllt'J.a Villaok. Wui ell 4th, '80 (
SEAI.KD prcj)osiila will lie received nt the
offlee of the Vlllaxn Clerk, until llio'clock
Apr",7tl1' mo' for dreilKlnij not leas than
Wm, mid not more lliuii su.uio cuhlo yarda
eimt aide of ail ahlp clmnnel at Aahtabula
Hiirhor, beginning at a point opposite the
aouthendof the Rovcruinent pier, and ex-
v." Tnn w,t,e ui tne cnannei ao-
according to plans and specification, on;
ft e In thn nffliwnfu,l.i.i.,t . ,,
exravated to be removed at le'nat y. of a mllo
7.eVi r ' r i,w.u.j i.oiii uiv mount
of the Harbor. , ,
i ne work to be paid for per cnblo yard aa
per eatl mates of engineer In charge. r
. ... u wniuoMuit. uiny i.a aeen anu
all iieceamtry blauka and Information oh-
lf"'11 propoaal mint contain tlie fttll name
----- j v. iu,v,u. in.iiiu vne aanie.
and all persona Interiwtcd therein, and iiuik
beiioconipanleil by a bond of mm with good
and aultlolent surety that If the same la
accepted a oontraot will be entered Into '
The village renervea the right to aooopt
any or rnjeut all bldi. . uuep.
j umyr Ol IUO COUnOll. , ,
Si.. . n. L.MortnisoN, '
JAMK8 REED, Jb Clerk. Mayor.1 '
THKABlTRKn-H OFI'IOE. 1
Ahutahula Vimaqc March 4. '80 f
"VTOTI(;E Is hereby given that on the 10th
X day of April, ltinu, between tho houtu
ol u o'clock a. nt., and 8 o'clock p, rn and
from day to dav thereafter hf,tui.i,i, w.m.
same bonrsand at the same plane, (until all
iieieaucr nuiueu ure void) al my of-i
nee at the Ann. tabula 1 .nun A .,ui. iin ilnnL.
Iwlll otter for aale. anil nam Iji ih hiuhau.'
and beat bidder., (provided no hid shall be ;
ivtpiycu .eaa man tne luce value of aald
Twenty Bond, of said village known aa
llnrbor Iluurovcineiit ItnmU" r ii,a ,i
nomlnatlon of 1 100 each, bearing Interest at
the rtlteofalx Dereent neruniiiiirt n,wl r.lL .
IngdueBept. lt, WW. A. A. 80UTH WICK,' . i
Ashtabultt & l'lttsburirU Rail
rflHE AnnnaJ Meetine- nfUi sitnelthnl.ln.. '
X of the Ashtabula Pittsburgh Hallway
Company, will be held at the oirjce of the
Company in the village of Ashtabula. Ohio,'
m for the purpose (if hulding an eiccUuil
for Tllreotora to aerve for the ensuing year,
and to transact such other bualiieaa as may
properly oonie before the meeting. ,
Yrhi-i KKANK BKMI'LK, Secretary: '
o n n
DKOPR AV 'U' 1
40 CONSTITUTION WATER '
THBRH TIMIfl aa
CVRF8 BRIOHT'U DISK ASK, INPLAMATIOH
vr inn. Muni.i,rvrti in JUUHLA )
Fo FMAl- CoMflINTt A SriCUI.TT '
For tale by nil Drugisti. Hcnd Tor Circular ;'
IIIOUUAN Jc AltN, 0 obn Ht., M-T,
eaaee of the Urinary Orrniia
lliUU4uaa Does not lam,
1 ' rt i ui brtttli, or betray lia lmt.
C rana 'V""' '? "7 njanner, (treat-
Hold by al
raent by Uiail on recliit of prii.L