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ASHTAIll'i.A.. - ; ' OHIO
l'rlilny Miirtiiiitr, A riT , 1 880
Nineteenth Congressional District.
A Hcpuliliraii Delegate Convention ot
the Nineteenth Congressional District of
Ohio, will, be hold in the city of Warren
on Thum hiy, tlie 22nd diiy of April, 1KH0,
Ht 11 o'clock of that day, to elect two dele
gates mid two alternates to represent said
DiMriet ili the National Kemililti-au Vim-
voniinn hi ChiiiMiro un the third day of
The lisi of representation in Mid Con
vention shall he one delegate for every 125
votes east for Charles Foster for Governor
ill 18711, in eaeh conntrof the District, and
one delegate for eyery final fraction ul 0-1
or more, to be apportioned among the
eral lowrishins ly the County Commit
tees. I'pon the lais established, the counties
will tic entitled to the number of delegates
Triiutt'iiit - IH
1'riiiooies will lie held in the several
townships of the counties named on Satur
day. April Kill, 1HH, between the hours
of tl an.l S o'clock, p. m., for the election
of deb giitea to said Convention.
WaHKKS I'. Sl E.VCEB,
.1. C. Ut:TTT.
.1. (. ( ONVEim,
(1. II. Komi.
K. T. C. Aldrk ii,
In pursuatice of the fnri'Kninpf call, the
ltcpuhlicau electors ot Ashtabula county
will meet in their respective townships, at
the usual place of holding elections, nn
Saturday, April Kth, bet ween the hours
of 0 and 4 o'clock p. in., aud proceed to
elect 50 delegate to represent thetn In
the Convention to bo held at Warren ttt
he time staled and for the purrtnrseaal'iiro'
said. Vie recommend t lint the choice of
delegates be made by ballot. An the basis
of representation i-ataulishul, I ha several
townships of Ashtabula county will bo en
Illicit to the. number of delegate following
Aptilntiule . . ..
.tettersoM.,.. . .
New Lyme .
l'orset . ......
Wauiikv P. Si'knckr, (
. I Triiinhu.l ....
. .2, Wnyne
. 1 . ( 'ol ebpook ....
..1 cherrv Vslley
. I lllll'lt-irnive...
I Coin, for AsliUibula
The Wninelxioin has swept Iowa aa clean
It is proposed to supply Alaska with
Secretary Sherman's receptions amnnR
his old friend and iiaighlxirB was very en
lilaino has captured Kansas. A test
vote in the Convention stood, Blaine 184 to
1:10 for Grant. ,
Cleopatra's Needle will lie placed on
lighter at Alexandria, Kgypt, within a few
days, ami started to New York.
The Luke Shoro railroad Is lighting up
it passenger coaches with a coat of yellow
paint, and dark pannels or ornaments,
Hailstones twelve inches In circumfer
ence fell for thirty minutes at Murysvillo,
Mil, mi Friday night fainting much de-
hI ruction of property. '
The 24th annual report of the aommil.
I oner for the reform schools, for the year,
1870, has been received by the courtesy and
atlentionof sonator Hitchcock.
If a itf legate, lo Chicago should be
taken from Ashtulmla county, Die name of
Dr. llurrows of Oenova, lias been suggest
ed as 0110 worthy of consideration.
Cetawayo has three daughters who have
been on exhibition In London,. They havo
the barbaric love of ornaments, and salute
visitors according to the custom o! Zulu
The execution of Stone the wife rour
i' in Washington, on the id inet. was
' ' tlio horror of his head boing Jerk
ily and both failing to the
in the le7ee opposite
. 2d, Several planta-
and travel- on the
en sitsjvnded, the
r miles. .
f , I
A by 0 Ore
ut of 100,000
Ji .Hl building!
id baen put
tir at rt burn-
', (I. iiU il liefivf.ne
i. ut. Tlie
d will) tlie
, tor tlis
Clerk of Supreme Court.
Mr. Dwighl Crowell of Ashtabula
county,1 was nominated by tho Republiean
Convention of 1877 for the office of Clerk
of the Supreme Court of Ohio. He re
ceived at the election nearly 8,000 more
votes than the candidate for Governor,
but. the adverse "tidal wave" of that year
swept the whole ticket under.
, The office is again to be filled this year
and the undersigned slnoercly hope the
Republican nominees may be elected, In
stead of receiving the empty honor of be
ing defeated ; and we most cordially rec
ommend Mr. Crowell to the favorable eon
sideialion of the Republicans of the Stale,
flrmly believing that the Kc ublicans of
Ashtabula county end. the whole Wueleru
Riwervel will again earnestly support him
for the, position. '
E. It. l.KOXARU,
"Chairman Ashtabnl Co. Reputilican
. . " W. I'. Sl'ENl'KB.
Wm. C. Hahkki.l,
I A. 11. KOWLKY,
Ex. Com. Ashlabula Co. Republican
Clerk of Supreme Court. Jefferson. O. March 3. 1880.
The hand of the sage of Gramcrcy Park
i with satisfactory clearness lo be accn in
llie Minnrstita ejectment ai hcnie of Wnsli-
Ijtini and the a-uling of Donnelly, and
the aid of in ibery the agency to w hich
Suni'l J. has such ready ruaon, has becu
sought, but as In other previous, inatnuccs,
l'uilcd, mill iiutoi Uiiiatcly left its tracks ex
posed. Mr. Springer of 111. is accused ot
having agreed lo vole for Donnelly, and
the bribery vyus nltcniptcd lo be brought
to bear trpon him 'through his. wife first
by an unoiiynious letter and afterwards, by
another in the' same hand froin a Minneao
ta Democrat named Kin Icy, who is
know' tb have been an active agent of Til
den, In 1870. . This bribist, pretends that
he is 00 Intimate terms with the leaders
of his party in Ttcw Yrk and pleads witli
Mr. Springer Chairman of the Commit
tee on .Elections lluit the control of the
representatives of Mlnnoaotii should bo
given' n the Democrats by the substitu
tion jif Donnelly for Washburn. The
committee do pot rcccoinmcud the send"
Ing the eloctlon back to the people, for the
rcuhou that the 8,000 and over majority
might 1 be doubled up for Washburn.
The i)nt is a most nefarious one and in
cliurui tcr witli the Oregon bribery affair in
the previous oumpaign, and such a plot as
no one us yet has attained a reputation lor
perpetrating, but lliu self same Sain J.
Tihlen. lie may keep himself out of the
way of direct testimony, hut the machin
ery is of the self same character and the
principal feature of all is a money consid
eration, which Tilden lias made Use of
more boldly and frequently than any
oilier aspirant for the Presidency. If his
schemes, however, do not pan out any bet
ter than they havo thus tar done, the au
thor of them is likely to leave the world
with a heavy burden of disappointment
The cost of the Sues canal is put down
at 51 ,000,000 more than the contractor's
estimate. If the same engineer takes the
job of1 constructing the Isthmus canal
what boundaries shall wo put to the cost of
Among the prominent names mentioned
as GAiididutcs for Secretary of State, we
notice thnt of ex-Senator KukenbrotJ, edi'
tor of Cho Kalera Republican. He Is igon
tlcinan well suhoulud In the politics ot the
Shito, having sorvod sointf throe or four
yours In the Ijegiulature. a thoro'-tfoing
buatnesH man and a staunch Kcpublican
He will make it lively for the other candi
dates in the field.
. The Columbians are indignant st the
Idea of s protectorate or oeimorsliip over the
proponeil isthmus oanal, mil hint that the
United Stales should miml her own busi
ness anil let those of her neighbors alone.
The Secretary of Htate of the Qovei'iuuent
of Piimimn feels called upon to nslt for an
explanation of the two United States war
ships li Its rivers, and has addressed
letter of Inquiry lo our Cousul at Panama.
The Philadelphia Preiu says of Secreta
ry Sherman's speech at Mansfield, that
n- : .
"Contains a frank snd manly avowal
his candidacy for the Republican nomina
tion for the Presidency which, accompan
ied by his emphatic statement that unless
he is supported with prsotioal unanimity
by his Sisle, his name will not be present
ed to the National Convention, Is credita
ble alike to hlsoandorand his pride. There
is no ambiiruity at least lit the statement
of Mr, Sherman's position.
Large meeting have been held in New
York, looking to the establishment of
Americsn Iudeiendent Cathullo Church,
"at which addresses ware made by He
Fathers Qtihin, Wood, Bodcrlck and oth
era, formerly Roman Catholic, priests. .
was stated that many priests were at pres
ent eugsged in that work, and that Father
Quid president of the organisation, was dal
ly In rocelpt of communications from priests
who wete prepsring to abandon Romsnisra
and who were anxious to labor for the ben
efit of poor people iu the extension of th
Lrnu piluoiploa and proctloes of Christiani
ty. A move In this direotiou may prove
of benulit to ,,niothor church" and th
Given up by Doctors.
"Is it iKissible that Mr. Godfrey is
and at woik and cured by so simple a rem
edy r ,
"I assure Ton it is true that he is entire
ly well, and with nothing but Hop Hitters;
suit only ten days ago his doctors guve him
up and said lie must uie.
"Well a day! That is remarkable!
will go this day and get some for my poor
(Icorge I always knew hops were very
Dr. Warner's Health Corset: Dr. War
ner's Flexible flip Corset with 180 bones,
for 1.00 at Carlisle & Tyler's. 78-81
A H3 guitar for -'U at Central News
of all deseriptii.n are relieved at once, and
speedily cured by Kidney- Wort It seems
intended by nature to cure all diseases
the Kidneys caused by weukueas and debility.-
Its grunt touio powers are espcoially
din" led In the removal ot this clnas of dis
eases, '1'ry it, ,
1'rcrctit Crooked boots and bllstorud hinds
rlir 'wearing Lvon's l,&t ... .r Yi,lie ll..,,l
The Greatest Blessing.
cures every time, and prevents disease by
keeping tlie otoou pure, aiomacn regular,
kidneys and liver active, is the greatest
blessing ever conferred upon 'man. Hop
Hilters is that remedy, and Ha proprietors
are being blessed by thousands that have
been oured by It? Will you try it f See
Inn't forffflt It 1 You
will ce domvlhlnir new to
thlt ipice rerjf ek.
TRAliS MARK. t
TTnvc j'n et a hlrfl t Wehdrejnt recetTert i
Oil lot f rwn. Wlro mr'o from M eU. to $8;
Brn cnu from $1.00 to $ 70.
Wx hftvw noi irt m mny nll of W)l Pnpr i
we hid th o.ht-r rtny. but tber l lot left and
chwipaiM. U. Dick's,
Cry for Pitcher's Canlortni. They like
it because it is not t Mathers like
Castoria bcoansa it 1H kealtk to
th child and Phy.lotans, baoanaa
H oomtains no morphine or mineral.
I n At n re's remedy for aaalmilatlnit
th food. It cores Wind Colic, tho
raising of Sour Curd and DiarrhoB..
(hilars Feveriahne and Kill
Worrna. Thus tho Child has health
and tho Mother obtains rest. Pleas
ant, Cheap, and Reliable.
The most effooitre Paln-ralfeving "
MAN and BEAST
' th world has ever known.
Over 1,000,000 Bottles sold last jeart
The reasons for this unprecedented popa-
larilr, are evident i the Cantaar Idnl'
menta are mads to dasarra oonfldenoa
tbor are absorbed into the structure; lbT
always oars and never dieappoint
No psrson need lonser suffer wtto
PAIN in the BACK,
Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, for the
Liniments will snraly axtarminat)
tho pain. There is no Strain, Sprain,
Out, Scald, Burn, Brnlie, Sting, Gall
r Lameness to which Mankind or
Dnmb Brntae are enhjeet, that does
not respond to this Soothing balm,
net onlr relieve pain, but they incite
health action, snhdns inflasasaatton,
and oar, whether the symptoms proceed
from wounds of the flash, or Neuralgia of
the Nerve t from eenUaeted Cards or a
scalded hand t from a sprained anhlo
oi a gashed foot whether from dtst arttn
PIMPLES on a LADY'S TACE
or a strained Joint en a Horss's Leg.
The aironr pnxluoed br Burn or Boald;
snortifloation from Frost-bitest Swell'
lnp;s from Strains ; the tort ares of Rhon
matismt Crippled for life, by some
aoslected accident i a valuable horse) or
a Doctor's Bill mar all be saved from
One Bottle of Cantaur Liniment.
No Ilouiekeepsr, Farmer, Plsntor, Toamiter,
or Liveryman, can afford to be without
these wonderful Liniinente. They can
be prooured le any part of tho globe for
AO ete. and tl.00 a bottle. Trial bottles
Spurts of disguetinjs; muooue from
the noitrlls or upon ins Tonsue, it aierr cm,
Bnumes, Ilunlnt la the Kers, Deafness,
Cracltliu sensations In the Itesd, Inltrmll-
lent Pains over the Eras, Foetid Breath,
Nsial Twani, Scabs In the Nostrils, snd Tlek-
lim la the Throst are
SIGNS of CATARRH.
No other eooh loathsome, treacherous
snd undrmlntnt malady earses mankind.
Ons-flah ot our Children die of dlteatea
ssoerated by its Infections Poison, and
one fourth of llvins men and women drat out
miserable exitteesee from ethe same eaosa
While asleep, th Impurities In the
nostrils are necessarily awsdlowad Into
th stomach asd inhaled into th
lunare to noison every part of the system,
Dr. Wei Da Meyer'e Catarrh Cur
absorbs the purulent vires and hills th
sede of poison la the fartbeat parte o(
tbe system. It will not only relieve, but
certainly our Uelarra el any staajo
It is the only remedy wnlut In oar juus
eient, has ever yet raaily eurad a ease of
Cured! Cured I Cured I Cured I
U O. Pesssuar, Prip. West Knd Hotel, Lons
limnca, cureu oi su yeeia uunmn. isimiu.
S. IlKssnioT, Ja , Jeweler, wrr ltrosrlwsy, N. Y.
.uiuiut). ot Jiiin'y) Cured ot CUronkc t'aUrrli.
K. II HncwN, S ID Onnsl at., N. ., Cured u(
years Chronic Cutairh.
J. I). McDoKAi.ii, Ti" llfoailway, N. T ISI.Icr-
tu-Lswi C'untd of -to years Chronic Calami.
Mrs. Jniia DonnHTT. ri'liWIII, N. Y., Cored
h years CUrouic Catarrh.
Mrs .lAUia awaTS. Jn., am Wsrren Si . Jcry
cly. Cured of 18 yesrs Chronic 1'eu.rik.
A. Tl Tiliina. IrM Monlaitue St., Brooklyn, (sett
and sum Cured of Cuurih.
Sev. Wm. ANisHne. Fonlham. N. Y-, Cured
, visirs Crole Cslairu.
Mu.s Aiuna. Opera Prima Conna.I" have rs-
I'Oiveu very yrt'Sl orauui iium i..
A. Vti'KlHNKV, K K mt .m Broe-i St ,K Y
- My fanuiy sApirleaui'd luioiedUU) relisl.
-ic.. c, C , so., o.
Wei Do Meyer's Catarrh Cur
th moat important medleat diaoovary
since vaccination. It Is sold by all Drur
elsls. i.r dalivared by D. B. Dswsv . On,
ta buy Kl.. N. X at lJ(t a aaraasr.
ilubi. six i.auksos for 1 60. Dr. Woi
IJo More.-'s Ti-oais Is sent free
The New York Tribun in it murknt re
port, f xpUintM, why aoint buttir n noU for
mnoh low price. In ("peaking of hnttnr It
Mud. "Liht colored goods are hard to dis
pose of, and nevwul lot wer thoiht well
old nt. 8 lo 10 cent." If biftter maker?
would get the top price, they hnuld xw
the Terfectwl Uutter Color, mndebv Well
UichnnUon & Co.. Burlinirton Vt. It
Rivca pure dandelion color anil is never
rail, or rnnom, uui tenus to improve unu
preserve the butter.
OF THR Rerplptp mill Pt nhnrpempnl of the
Fund of th Vlllntrc of Anhubula. for the
junrendiug Mircti 18, itw,
Blneeon bsnd 1R4.2S
Received from Coonty TreannrerlHOOOI
Total raoeloU aws-il
Amount paid lww.74
Balance on hand
UKIIIC HAL ptrxn.
Balanre on hand JW7.JW
Hecetved from County Trcaiuror..7a.M
roiire atustice ohm
Total recciDts iwn
Amount paid fttdOH
Balance on hand
Balnnco on Imitil friKflS
ReceWd from t'ountv 'IVraxurer-aiiiT IK1
8. aodi). Fund.... IH HO
Balance on hand
MAN IT ART fTMD,
Balance on hand 1 W
Amount paid U1.U8
tiaiauce on nana
HIWII ANU DR1IN rUNII.
Balnnre on hand M 19
Uvculviid from tret fund Hii.OH
Total recolved HH XI
Amount paid M.
iiaiance on nana
Ft HIS AND WATER Fl'NH.
Balnnre on hand 7.W71
Hvcuived from County Treasurer 10U7.SH
. itwrs 10
Balanre on hand BM.5S
LIOHT1NO STSSBTS ri'NII.
Pslnnce on hsnd 401.117
Kccetvud from County Treasurer 8ltl.:w
Tolsl received. .
Balance on hsnd 148.86
Bslsnceon band 114 81
Uccetved from County Treasurer 871.47
Total received 411
Amount paid SrH.liO
Balance on hsnd lOe.flB
Received from sale of Bonds 800.011
" Collections Sl.cu
Total Received .
Bslance on hand 11.46
PARK AND CBMBTBHT rt'Nn.
Bslsnce on hand 63.87
Received from County Treas
Total received UK? .61
Amount paid ,..,,,'.,. 151.17 ,
Ifalsnce on nsna in
BONn AMD INTBBBST PCNn.
Bslsnre on hand 48.10
Received From County Tress-
Balance on hand
iiarrob iMpaiivaasNT mini.
Rocelved Iroin t'uuuty Truas-
Amount paid auTlj.UI
lisiauce on nana
Totslor balances on hand $ 78.ii5
W. hsrehv cnrtlrV that the above te a correct
statement of the condition of the several fliutla
of said Village.
.1.1. niiu, us, viurn.
A. A. Bouthwick, Treasurer.
tfnTI 'K A tivrn-fUffiirntu of Wantrfi," Fr
Jff"," "-otl'. A'""'. ric tint fierrauKi fivt.
line, fin he tntrrtrtl in thi column, ttntler ttt-
pmttrinti hf ml for nn?Hn-ir nr . rrnt. r,ncn
arltlitinniil fine ( hv churpvti tnntii.
A I ft -lit HI.K IIOl -K ON 51 II
tippt. Within itiin minute' witik of Vtml
Ofllee. Kent Liw. Apply to
MO INK AM H 4 II on Mailon (
A vfry lUwlrnblo pl-o. l'()Hl A I1HOS.
virn PftXATOFS Fiirlr V-rtion
Hnow I'lakc ini'l M hlte IVtwh Hiovth. Ap
ply lo J. A. WQ'wiiiHaU. flMini'Mi'u, 1 1 r
MRRO OAT-For n Whit- Out
fnr h(I it 41 ctn. nvemiiP vfcl'l hwt y.'tir over
o hnphi. an acre rihI Ktill mort' iy wt Ulit,
It WAi-KKit, nnyoroiiK, u.
FOR AAlsR Oil EXril.lNCiK Ft II
Farm in Afthtahiila cmiuty. A Farm of one
humlnH ami thh ty acrea In llnnne rminty'
Kentnckv nine ihIIch from rinolntiall . rrnn h
of til In fiirin In well net n entfm. Winter fta
blltijr for Fnrtv ln-ml uf llorsrn, wlilch nrr
had at (MnclnnHtl or roytnifinn, at nhoiit
TF.N JHlLI.AltH u innlttli H h.'Hil, MtiillH nr
Flrteon Cow, lirlrk mnokr Iioiimo, Ire lion-f.
barnn, earrliiKe Ikiuko. dwrlllnti a rwonhiry
hewed loir with two story frame kltc-hon
Wrhfil. two orrlmril-of well 'lt''t cil fruit,
a half mllr trtilnhiK tii'fk fenced, Mil. farm
id well fenced, imieli of It. with I.oeuHt post!
and pine bourdH. If cxolitinned dlflerenee In
vttlue will he pnld or received on llherttl
time AddroH. or cull upon,
P. W. HTHADKK. Nr. Ahtahuln. O.
Til fnrin Ih well wt(err., for Miiinmor
pasture It In not exeflled. tfc It 1" well known.
A OF NT 'VANTI-D TO MI.I,THI'
('hauiplon Trendlii. Uti muko from two to
five dollnrH rt dny. Call on Mninluy, TueH
dny and V.'e(!nerdav, April 1, HI, 14 at the
store or II. J. Topky A Co., Anhtabula, O. It
OF TUF, HT()V HOMKHTFAO.
I purminner of nn order of the Irohiir
Court, of ANhtnhnta t'tMinty, Ohio, I will
oiTer fir milp iU puliltii aiM'tlon im Mondnv.
April MHIi, IKHI), fielweeu the tlourta of oiiemid
three i)'i-loek p m of nhl dny, the follow
thir deerlhed real enlnle i free of di.wer, ult
imte In the townshln .f Ahtntmhi. In the
rminty of A-shtn.uiln. nd Mtnte of (h'o, nd
neiim 11 pnri or ormumi 101 ino. 17 in ine hum.
town-dill) of Arthlnlnila. nml houudetl ttorlti
and went, hy the fluht of way 1 l ho Ahta-
huin and f UlNbui'tfh ftalhv.i v Conipuny i
oiinI hy a tmM ol nine nnron of Innd helonir
Init to' Miwim 'I'nylor. anil south hy the Houlll
Hldue road, onu t u Inluu nine uutl :tH-UMi uereti
of hind. A nprnli"l at 11.70 t. Thorn Is a two
story dwelling hotiKe, a koimI barn, and or
ehiird. on the pieinist M.
Hale will tftkeplnreon tlie pretnlne.
Term-, of hi.'e: One-lhlrd tn hiind.one
thtrd In one year, and one-lhltd In t wo yearn
from the day o! sale ; tin- deferred puviiieiilH
U hear Inlerest from the day of Kale, ami
tieciired by morluince.
Administrator of tho i-nlalu of Joseph L.
Stow, deeeiised 7H-7II
AHhtiihula, March il, IHHtr.
liHSoIution of Co-part lUTshlp.
rpilK Arm of K. A. Wtllard A Co.. is dlslv
X ed lv mutual eoni'-nt. All accounts
Will be settled by K A WiMnrd who will con
linne the buslnesH tit, the old stand.
K. A. v IIJ.AHII.
AshuUntla, April l.'Hi) J.H. IIF.KVKS.
Thank Ins our rtistomers for their patron
aire heretoinro, I would ask them lor a con
tinuance of the ruiine, and will keep a fn-eh
stock of DniKS and (JrocertoH iilwayH on
hand, and will veil as tow as the coodsenn he
bought In this market. K. A. WILI.AK1).
TOTK'K Is hereby l ven hut t he mider-
NliMied hns been duly " appol n M'd and
qualified mm Kxeeni.rlx on the en1ate of Cath
arine K. Itoot, det'caNt.'Cl, late of Ashtabula,
Ashtabula County, O.
79-81 SOPHIA It. HOOT.
Tlie uttenlion of the public
OP PLAIN ami FINE FURNI
is called to the
LARGE AND E LEG A NT STOCK
TURK OF THE NKW FIUM OF
Ui'ilheail's Block Main St., Ashtabula, "lilt" is being solil at the LowohI Living
Prt ( s.
ffetoB an Elecant NewHearse
ami are prepared to attend to nndcrtukliiR in all Its branches. 1579lf
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y
CONDENSED TIMETABLE—Nov 6th 1870.
Joint! Hon I h. (IoIiik North.
Kx. Ac in KliitloitN. Fx. lAc'm
iiaroor z in
li. M. A M.M.f roftrdtiK it
.... Ashlahula I 61
... Mnnmin Hill ... l 41
. .. AiiHtinliHiKh .... I :io
Kiiktlevllle I '21
Hock Creek.. .. 1 It
Koine 1 tt.1
. . . New I. vine, 1 (H)
Inland 2 4lt
... . Dl'iomlleUl I'J :IH
'..Onklleld lit 27;
M TlrlstolvlUv 12
fu tHS .... Champion 12 JW
ft U. W. 11. U. Cr. 11 5K p in
Warren II .Vi 8 (
Ml in. 11 37 7
(.Irani 11 iVr 7 H.i
...Ilrlor Mill II 17 7 27
..YountfHlown .... lit 7 20
... 1'lltHhurxh t H 20 4 JA
I am i in
III .VI I
10 M, 7 :m
2 .to io r
in I a m
All trains dally except Kundnyn,
F. R. MYERS.
Gen. Pass and Ticket Agent.
LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
Mich. Fxpress. leaves Kullalo at 9.08 p. m.,
Krle 1:in) a. m., ConnettUl 2:111 a.m., Ashta
bula 2: V. a. in., ticnevH 3:ln m. m., l'allies
vllle t:."i it. m., Cleveland A:H0n. in.
Special ChlcaKo F.xpress Iravos HufTalo at
l:V a. in., Krle :i:(li a. in., Ashtabula
I'alncsvlik- and arrives at Cleveland at
( .'on lien ut Accominodtitlon liavos Conuoaut
at.(l:aj a. in., Amhoy (1:11, Kinusvllle U:2I, Ash
tubuhi tlt.tl, H:iy brook :t-l, Oenova fir.Vl, Tulnes
vllle 7:l'A, and arrlveH at Cleveland K;4U n. m.
Toledo KxpnsH loaves liullalout H:t,'a. in.,
Kiie:rx), ConneauL ll):."rft, Klntuvllle 11:11
Ashtabula 11:2S a. in., Hnybrook ll:l .!
neva lt:t-t, 1'alnesvllle 12:1H, and arrlvea
Cleveland ut l:2. p. m.
Special St. LouIh Fx press leaven Ruffnlo
M:toa. in., Krle 10:57, Aslitabula 12:rj p. in.,
raluesvllle 12: and arrive at Cleveland
Pacific Fx press leaves Buffalo 12:15 p. in..
FrleiI:,V2, Ashtabula 6: 12, Palnesvllle tt:0l,and
arrives at Cleveland at .:D- p. m.
Atlantic Fxprosti loaves Clevetand 7:!Wa. tn.,
PiiluoHvllle H:20, Ashtjibula tt:a, Connotuittf:2H, .
Krle Hi:-Vt, and arrives ut Hultulo at 1:10 p. m.
Toledo and Huiriilo AucomiiKKlatlon leaves
Cleveland at 11:15 a. m.. Palnesvllle 12:-V, Oe
neva 1:0 a. ni., Say brook l:2t. Ashtabula 1::12,
Klnu'svllle 1:4", Amboy . Coiilit-uut 2:,
Krle;l:2"i, Butl'iilo 7:00 p. m.
Chlcano and St. Louis Kxpress leaves Cleve
land at 2:40 o. ni.. Pulnosvllle .1:20. Ashtabula
4:W, Krle 6:25, aud arrives at Hullalo at7:-0
Conneaut AceommrMlatlon leaves Cleveland
-i.no p. in., PulnesvllleliHW.Oelieva U:, Hny
brook fl.-.w, A8htabula7:Ot, KlnKnvllle.:l., Ain
boy 7:21, and arrtvoK at Conneaut at p. ni.
Special New York Kxpress leave Cleveland
10:80 p. in., Palnorivllle 11:20 AshUbulu 1)1:0.
. m., trie i:jo ana arriven ai uuuaioBatt: .) ti.
iTralns run by Columbus tlme.
L. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION
Krom anil nfter Di-e. 1 4 Mi . IHTtl, PassciiKi-r
Trains win run as ronows:
No. 1.1 W. Kt.
Oil C'ltr Knet..
t .tuni'ttou , , ,.
t Ki-iinklill .
Siimly Luke ...
lol'HOt .. ......
r m psi.
I 07 4
12 SK 4 IS
12 i! 4 I
I 12 47 4 0.1
12 SO 2 mi
12 21 2 22
12 14 t-SII
11 58 1 at
11 50 1 1".
11 45 12 111
11 M 1) VI
II It Xtt
It on lo M7
li ofi in
la 52 9 s
10 tl 9 2 s
10 85 9 IX
III 20 8 40
10 10 7 4a
io no 7 so
II 4 5 e oft
9 28 SB
9 15 e 00
A M AM
1 Teleiininli Htlitlons.
Passenirer fare ut the rnte of It eents per
intle lo way sialtons eounteit tn even half
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
Our Carpet Hoora is now ready for the SPHING TRADE of 1880, with
an Enormous Stock of Carpets in the most
AttractivB Desips ana Colorinis,
At Prices that will compete with any retailers east or west.
THREE PLY CARPETS,
TWO PLY CARPETS,
HALL & STAIR CARPETS,
HEMP CARPETS, and
IJ'LOOR. OIL CLiOTIIS
Buy yourCarpets at tho only Cnrpot Hoom in the County; The only
pluoo where Carpets ars shown under Perfect Light is at
CARLISLE A TYLER'S.
20 PIECES NEW LACE CURTAINS
From 10 cents per yard up; among wliioh are some elegant
Now l'utterna that cannot bo toiind in any
other store inown.
Carlisle it Tyler havo a
of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Crashes
which they are selling at old prices. New
Dress Goods, Cashmeres and Silks at Last
Season's Lowest Prices at
Spring Hosiery and Gloves in attractive styles. Nov
elties in LACE FICHUS, LACE TIES, and SCARFS, MUS
LIN TIES, FRENCH LACES and BRETON LACES, AT
CARLISLE & TYLER'S.