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7 KDITRD BY I. W. nil,
Rylmvl,0.,-towhm mi pommiiiilrtHlniis
for publication In this department maybe
Tune "Scots' wha ha'e," etc. '
nmiM ye at tlie Tempersnce Tall,
Holme, ye qulrkly, one and all,
House and Unlit Kin Alcohol,
Fight till victory.
Pome and Join our TVinpornnr-o Hard,
Here we pledge our heart ami lutiid,
Hero nulled we wllliKltinil,
Hum anil misery.
Here ye not the snflprer's cry?
Can ye pa., their sorrow. ny7
B.c ye not the danger nlitli
llangcr at thy door f
'ow Ihe tyrant brooks control,
din the body and the sonl;
tel Death Is In the howl,
'ove yon fear the right
hate for wrong and bllirltt,
elKn the pledge to-nlKht;
fledge, and llrmly stand.
' -naldpnu. hoar the call,
, both groat, and small,
iine, welcome, all;
uine to uur Hand!
hen at Hint!
the honor and shfiina of prc
notcworlliy picture. One
..r name down to posterity with
, other witli shamo.
sesc pictures is a school house,
saloon. The first picture is
itu flowers; 4h second with
Happy faces smile from the out
.ed faces scowl from the other,
is, in imagination, you hear happy
jlondiliR in praise and sonjr; from
der, the liar?li words of anger, the
words of wrath, the foul words of
ry and vulgarity. Over the door of
is written in large letters. "Public
' ;" oyer the other, Vice and Ignor-
whoncecsmo these? From the
j state, going forth nnder the
. holy sanction of the constitution,
g that all governments are created
appiness and well being of the
rnishes these two institutions,
reates the sdhool and licenses
s. The laws and the courts pro
as they do the other. The Btate
one develop, foster, and main
and intelligence among the
virtually says to the other,
.oxter and maintain ignorance,
me, and pauperism among the
In a word, it says to one, pre
the other destroy; to one bless all
t on t .... ; to the other, curse all you oan.
To the one it says, I will furnish you near
two millions of dollars annually; to the
other, the people will furnish you several
millions, and several hundred lives thrown
Dear reader, voter, look on this picture
and rejoice; on that, and shudder. Then
in the depths. of yonr heart, and before
God, make the resolve, namely; I hereby
rcsove, that 1 will forever labor against
one and for the other. God help me.
Let the doors of the one stand wido open
day and night; and the doors of the other
be closed forever.
I said above, one of these will hand the
name of Indiana down to posterity with
honor, Ihe othor with shatuo. So they
will. When the historian of a hundred
?ears hence writes the history of Indiana,
10 will look upon the licensed saloon as
we now look upon the slave auction block
of fifty years ago. We say amnr.ing, as we
see the church on one side of the street,
and the auction block on tlie other; and
mote amazing when on the archway of
freedom, spanning the street botween, we
read the nowe wows, "ah men wore
created free and equal." So the historian
will exclaim amaied as he sees the school
house and the saloon sido by sido, and
over both the banner of the constitution,
with the glorious words, Governments are
instituted for the peace, safety and well
being of the people. Surely Bays he honor
and shiime dwelt sine by sine!
Prof. Hoss. In W. C. Advocate.
PROHIBITION A FAILURE.
In 1875 an association of brewers met in
Cincinnati. They declared that "prohibi
tion has failed and will ever fail. Tho
ofllcial report of the association showed a
reduction in the number of breweries dur
ing the vearof "nearly thirty per cent.
It also showed a decrease ill the amount
manufactured of U0.1D4 barrels.
Ijouis Sohade, a special agent of the
Hrewers Congress, In Washington, anil
editor of the Washington Sentinel, deliv
ered an address before the convention, in
which ha explained the cause of the de
crease. This empbatlo testimony is not the mere
rant of temperance fanatics, but comes
from our opponents. You may say that
we are actuated by "headlonf zeal," but
what will you do with Mr. Schude's strong
Mr. Schade said:
"Very severe is the Injury whioh the
brewers have sustained lit the to-called
temperance States. The local-option law
in Pennsylvania reduced the number of
breweries In that Htato from 600 in 1873,
to 1110 in 1874, thus destroying 1S4 brewer
ies in one year. In Michigan it Is oven
worse: for of 202 breweries in 1873, only
08 remained in 1874. In Ohio Ihe crusa
ders destroyed 88 out of 2U0. In Indiana
the llaxter law stopped 00 out of 108. In
Maryland the breweries were reduced irnm
74 to 15, some few of those stopped, lying
in those counties in which they havo a
local option law. We sincerely hope that
the Maryland Democracy, which had
yielded too much to the women crusaders,
will take an early opportunity to eradicate
that unjust law which permits the people
of a portion of the Stato to be put under
tyranny and desKitism of those fanatics."
Mr. Schade then refers to the decrease
of 110,685 barrels, in Massachusetts, and
says that it is "in consequence of tha pro
hibitory law." '
There is no doubt that tho temperance
agitation and prohibitory laws are the
thiol causes ol the decrease compared with
the proceeding year. Had our friends in
Massachusetts been free to carry on their
business, and had not the Stateauthorities
constantly Intcrferred with the latter, there
is no doubt that instead of showing a de
crease of 110,585 barrels in one year, they
would have increased at the Bame rule, as
they did the prcceeding year."
After listening lo this address of their
chosen ofllcer is it any wonder they de
clared prohibition a failure, and proceeded
to resolve; "That where restriction and
prohibitory enactments exist, every Kwsi
ble measure be tskon to oppose, resist, ami
repeal them; and it is further
Jietohtd, That politicians favoring
prohibitory enactments, who offer them
selves as candidates for ollloe. be every
where strenuously opposed, and the more
so if it be found that their personal habits
do not conform with their pubho profes
And all this wailing, simply because
"prohibition has failed, and ever will fail."
Kans. Temp Palladium.
What everybody says must be true.
therefore it is proof positive that Kendall's
snavin cure will cure spavins, splints,
ourhs and all unnatural etilargments and
will remove Ihe bunco without blistering
Read their advertisement, for the remedy
is having unprecedented sale which is en
tirely on its merits. It is now sold by
nearly if not all druggists. Remember
the name is Kendall's Spavin cure.
WHAT WILL THE WINTER BE?
Kilt. lel.TUt currents of the oreans,
owing lo the peculiar lay of the continents
the ai-at of the Sun and relation of the
Knrth, are forced In a direction from the
Polar regions, to the Equatorial and back
again, mingling and interchanging, equal
ising their extreuies of heat and cold tend
ing to tnolify the sharpness of weather
over the face of Ihe earth.
Tho winds, without obstruction to their
mobility, move over tho earth In a differ
ent manner, with a direction at the polls
from west toesst with a spirit! inclination
in direction of the Equator, and on the
Equator from east to we9t, with a spiral
inclihation to the poles. These general
motions are supposed to he canned by the
heat nf the Sun, the form and rotation of
the Earth upon its axis. The warm trade
winds of the South meeting the cold under
tow of the North, in the general direction
of South-wost and North-east, at this lati
tude, develop storms in the aot of equaliza
tion, and the nearer the Equator, as a gen
eral rule, the greater tho storm, butalwavs
subject more or less to the moke of locali
ties. In the Polar regions, or at any other
point of locality in cold weather, electricity
is more evenly diffused and lightning and
thunder can not exist, but as the Kquntor
is approached or in hot weather at any
point, thunder storms are develop! in pro
portion to the extremes of the olements nt
that point. And as extremes rotate in op
position and are more or less subject to
habit ill a given time, we must expect a
hard wiuterto follow a summer of heat and
storm, and as this summer, so far,hasheen
one of unusual heat and electrical disturb
ance, we had better make up our iaindi
that the coming wilder will be a hard one.
and prepare accordingly.
North Kingsville, July 26. INDEX.
A SHOW WORTH SEEING.
On Saturday, August 7th, Forepaugh's
famous combination, pronounced the larg
est ever organized, is to exhibit here aftor
nooti and evening. Mr. Forepaugb, in
starting out upon his sixteenth annual
tour, has succeeded in placing before the
public the greatest of all his efforts in the
circus line, and proudly points to the fact
inai eacn succeeding year his snow has in
creased its wonders, until now it stands at
the head of all its competitors. Among
the latest novelties Introduced this season
by Mr. Korepaugh are the following: The
great Eleclrio Light with all its wonderful
machinery ousting 120,000, which will
light the tented city afternoon and even
ing: "'The Human Cannon Ball" George
Loyal, who is blown from the mouth of a
Gannon loaded with powder, across the
arena and is raught by M'lle Zuila who is
hanging head downward from a trapeze.
An exchange speaks as follows of this act:
"ine cannon exploit came last. nine
prepared herself; Monsieur jumped into
the cannon s month; silence became nm
versal; female hearts began to flutter; the
word wasiriven to nre. bang! and tho dar
ing gymnast was shot through the air, and
was oaught in tho arms of the pendant
woman. Thero whs, of course, a storm of
applause" M'lle Ella Zuila, tho queen of
tho velocipede, who rides that vehicio over
a wire suspended sixty feet above the heads
or tlie audience, Is a r rencli woman, and
is noted for her daring, and is called th
only legitimate rival of Illoudin. These
are but a few of the novelties of the ring,
The menagerie contains living wonders
enough to satisfy the most ardent student
ol zoology. Ilesides the monster Hip
popotamus, nix-ton Khlnocorons, ulralres,
Sea Lions, mid a herd of Elephants, Mr,
Foreiiaiigh has (enently purchased tho en
tire 0. W. Rico's Famous London and Mer
lin Menagerie, and thus makes his nicuiig
eric one or tho largest on the road.
The truth the Whole truth and Noth
iuk out (he l rum.
If yon aro rtiQoring from poor health or
languishing on a bed oi sickiichs, Ink
cheer, for Hamilton!) German Hitlers will
cure you. !!' you feel woak and dispirited
wiinoni cieariy Knowing wny, uerman uit
ters will revive you. ir you reel that you
system needs cleansing, toning or strength
nine, Uerman bitters is what yon need. 1 If
you are old and your pulse is feeble, yon
norves unsteady and your faculties wauiui
Hamilton's German Hitters will give you
now mo aim vigor. I'rice ouo per uotlio,
Sold by Swift and E. A. Willard, Ashta
bula, and Parshull, Kingsvillo. July.
Prohibition agitation Is active In Alaba
Ornlia M. Hodge, of Ilaltle Creek Mich
writes: 1 upset a tea ketllo of boiling hot
water on my hand, inflicting a very sovore
scald. I applied I)r Thomas' oolectric
oil, and take great pleasure in announcing
to you that the ellect was lo allay pain am
prevent blistorlng. I was cured in three
days. We prize it very highly as a family
The Local option law has closed Honor
saloons in tour hundred towns in Ken
Mrs. A. F. Frank. 107 W. Tunner street,
IlulTalo, N. Y., says she has used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrio oi! for severe toothacho
and neuralgia of the head and thinks it is
!. v - ...r. i. 1 ... M i; :
wiu ueni wuiik. sue kiiowb oi lor relieving
bain of any kind. She keens it constantly
n me house as a nouscnoiu remedy.
50 Years He fore the .Public.
Pronounced bj U to be tlii moat Puuiakt
nd Emcsvriout remedy now In ute, for the
CVRU Ol OOtiaHl, OOLDB, CltOCr, HOAMIITVM,
tickling ion Hon, of the tbrot, whooping
cough, etc Ovm a milliom bottlii solo with
ih tub la it riw TiADi, It gWei relief wherever
Bird, and ha the power to Impart benefit, that
oaunot be hid from ue cough luixiuru now In
u. Hold by el) Druxglita at 90 cunta per bottle.
8BLLEI.lV MVKIt I' ILLS are alao highly rec
ommended lor curing Liver Complaint, confttl
nation, Slck-beaditchee, Favor and Auue, and all
dlaeuaoi of the Stomach and Liver. Bold by all
DrujfgUti at 31 ceuta per box, 63-(H
It. E, Hellers k Co. IMltaburgli, Ia.
D. W. McKENZIE,
n8 MAIN STREET,
llai jmt received a beautiful line of
Spring and Summer
or Ihe very latutt atytat, which ! can make op to
ordur for vury llt'.ltt advance on laat yoar'i prlcea.
Ovutlumau wanting aprlng aulta would do wll
to call it ltd I'xumlne my good be (ore buying
elBUwhtTf. UutUfactlou guaranteed In cutting
and waking. ItoiMf
1 nm now offering
SHOES AT 10 PER
Good Kid liiilton, 1 .80, sold
Good Kid biiw Button niicl
Men's J tu IV Sliot'K, $1.35,
Men's Fluo Hand Sowed (unine
job lot of men Kip boots No. 8,
and $3 thcKC are shop worn,
N. S. SMITH, 145
C. A. HASTIXG'S
Spring and Summer,
Caps, Neckwear, Shirts.
J. E. DORAN,
and Manufacturer of Fino Breech Load
ing Shot Onus. Also agont for
OHAS. DALY'S GUNS.
Double llroeclt Louder, $10 up,
Single Ilreech LoiulcrH, $0.50 up
Price Lists sunt on Application.
American ntrnnt for John Woiwlock A Co,
Oun Mniiurecturure i Atront for W, V. Uruuncr'
Hftinmurluiti (lium : Auuut fur Chaa. Daly't flue
(A Modlcln uot m lrlnk
HOPS, II t' CI IT. MAN0UAHK.
AH? TO PtTBJMT AJTD Ban MKDICUI. QUALITIM 0
TII33Y O XT IX 33
AU DlMua of the Btomuh, Dowels, Blood, liver.
KJdn7s, and UrloMT Orgi Hurroqanw, giaap
ittMneae aitd nayiii lilljf Ivnuue OompUuila.
tlOOO IN GOLD
v Ul be paid for a eaaa they win not sure er Kh,or
tor aUiTUUna Imimre or Injurious found In thaiB.
Ask your druinclsl 'or Hop Dittara and try Itua
Uefure you sUsp. Taka 4MIS
llor Cuuun Coma is tha awaatcat, ascsst and asst.
Tha Q or Psvn for Btotnach, Livsr sad Kidnaj la p
rtar to all uUsa. Cures by sJjaorption, Ask druarts.
D.LClss (Uaiotate and irradsUbU oors for drank
AtMintal J by drvffUH. Hap BHWrt MrR.Ca, Rochsutar.N.Y
THE BEST OUN
mid. ta the Uailed sutus fur tho money is
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
Warranted In every particular.
A. C.TOWNE, AGENT
ASHTABULA, HARHOIt, O
THE HARRIS REMEDY CO.
uiKiuurf rnur. nnnu radiau ntmtuitj.
a I tot Mm lrubt4 vllh SprialiThM u4
1 1 ltu(MJtin-)f. rrshlliDf Iroai rihai:itd fHalllf,
J I I Mtf.M lbUtVi feHwisa U Yi'rfsl
IHaiphlee SeMribiaf shl rt 11mm 4SMwm am 4 ta. mat ef wsrtv
sal I.ale4 js .'lMHja HieM uili)cU at. lUari-uii.lj w active I, au4
M ehhlsslU sk4 ss 4iHSWJ In MUM Uves hWieMMsS lsSMISejS
y Spring lino of
Tic, $1.1 9, Hold lit
an brut Custom work) $ft worth O
o, io, li, for $2, cont ma.an
but a good wearing Hoot.
880. New Hats and
Nobby Suits a speci
Main St, near P. O.
Is mure runt fur snAvln. snllnt. curb, callous
sprain a, ewciiniK, hmh, mintniups nnu nu n-
laririmicnis in iiiu hiiiilh iir iiinma, n win vtnn
pltcly remove a bone Nvln without hllaturlug
or causing a sore. It Is also as good fur men as
for beast and In uiiod (nil strt tiif th. at all firm's
of.tlie yoar, with perlect aafety. A cure which
wo aru KiiDWiiiK i" pvrnoii wnu uiicivu iu
yean with hip-Joint lamenetia and was pet ma
nunlly cured two yean apo with Kendall'a HpHVln
Cure. KtMiicmbi-r we claim It will coto a bone
spavin and completely remove thu bunch without
Statement Made Under Oatb.
To whom It mar Concern:
-In the year 1876 I
treated with Kendall's Hnavln C
L'ure a none spav-
In of several months growth, nearly hnlfaa lanre
as a hen's eir, and completely stopped the lame
ness and removed thu enlargement, i nave
worked the hone evor alnce very hard, and he
never has been lurno, nor could I ever see any
dttTurunro IntheslKuof the hork Joints since I
treated him with KUNDADLLH' SPAVIN (Ml KB.
H. A. UALMiS..
Kmtshurgh Falls, VtM Fob. B, IH79.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 85th
day of February, A. D. ltfTO.
Offlcu U. 8. Marshal, WeteruDlar. or Mich.
KaUiiifl.oo, April IS, 1871).
I). J. Kendall. Buosbumh Fulls. Vt.-Dear 8lr :
I received the two bottle f your apnvln cure
forwarded by express in Januniy Inst. I ain hap
py lo state that It performed all your advertlne
ment called for. Iu three week after I rommeitc
ed nlntr it, the spavin was entirely removed and
a valuable horse restored to usefulness,
Very truly yours, juiin rAiiKKit.
Send address for Illustrated circular, which we
think gives positive proof of Its virtues. No
remedy lias vver met with such unqualified auc
cens. to our knowledge, for beast us well as man.
Price $1 per bottle, or alx bAttlea for $3. all
drurclHtii have It or can got It for you. or It will
be aunt to any address on receipt of price by the
proprietors. 11. J. H KKNIJALL CO,,
tinosuurgn sans, veimoui.
Sold by all DnigirlBtii
OF KVKRY DKBOHIPTION KXBCUTRD AT
Book & Job
126 Main St., ASHTABULA
AT THE 811UKTU8T NOTK'B AND AT TUB
Lowest Cash Prices!
We possess unvqu.llod facllUU'S fur U.
prtiDiiit exucutloa of
CAUD9, Cllti;lII.AK. NOTK9,
BANK CUKCKS, KKCH1PTS
PKOdHAMMB TU'KKTH, TAU8,
hTATKMBNTS, UH1KKM, c,
AS WSU. AS
Law Blanks of all Descriptions
James Heed & Son,
-T"""""?? ' ' '" " " """v
CLOSING OUT SALE
For thirty days we will sell everything at an
from June prices, especially anything in the
SUMMER GOODS !
We will not
This week we offer Five Cases of
DRESS GOODS !
at 20 cents, which arc very much
IB e low V silme!
And will well
KEPLER & CO.
Ashtabula, July 13th.
Cottons from .05 to .12
I'rints, best, - - .OH
Shlrtiiigs, - - .12to .IO
t!rnlioH, - - -.07 to .14
IlcHt Olngliaiu, - .11
TABLE CLOTH I
Fiva litin Jrod varda Suool Cotton. 5o.: Hiinilkerchiefs, 5 to 25o,
ombroidui'eil low; LacDs choftp. All
at bottom prices.
TEAS, COFFEES, SHCES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, .
For anything go to
ST. ASHTABULA, O
lam selling Furniture
in Northern Ohio.
I cannot be undersold
I am selling better goods for less money than
any other dealer
I don't want you to believe me, but come and
satisfy yourselves betore you buy a dol
Iars worth of goods anywhere.
161 MAIN STREET.
stand for cost.
Hoso, - - - .IO to .BO
socks, - - .on to .ao
Clilldren'H lloso, - .OH to .20
NhlrtH, - - - .25 to .75
SiiHpcudcr, - .IO to .35
kinds of Dry Hoods and Notions
Cheaper than any house
by any dealer in the
in the County.
To Hervoui Sufferert-The Great Euro
pean Eemfldy Dr. J, V, SimpBon'i
It la a poaltlve cure for Huermatorrhea, Semi
nal VYeakueM, Iruirolvncr, ttutl all ulituaatia r-
ultlnL' from lf ahuKt). a MunU) Anxluty, Loea
I'alni In Bars
Wrtie for thum and irut nil) prttrnlara. Price,
Hptvltlc, 1 pur piicsmife.or elr packita ftir 15.
Aililreuit all order hi J. H. Hihi-muN Mkukink to
Noa. im and Km' Main Mt.. bulUlo, N. Y.
Hold in Ahtaliila by C. K. Lw aitd all dmf
lUU everywhere IGUU-ttU
'Jr . -. H Jf I Hide, and ll-
V'iS C N '' ,bt ,vha
I -srtfflla M 7,1 tolJonauropIlon
'v EL J-feVkeaXV InaauUyand an
Va vi?iyg tZp-rm varly Krave. Tlia
3 3 tJ.jI Mem-
g rtne la bo lug
BUY A HS":,E MICHIGAN.
S5 TO 910 PER ACRE I
mrsNt WolUl Hurm ropl Hallroaal
Hiroaarli cur of Lsnda. MoaUthr
tUlmaUo. arbiMili wli4 Citturcai . Ib
HIGHEST RCW AND TO FARMKM.
'I'hi-se ImikIb nre a long diaianoe aCts of the
Mis4int)pl HlvKr. i-ririfn ttinouia ii.vid In
IrbiVi'i ml Hiiip4irt(.tUni offrt.jui. Decrtp
tivi' iiMinnlileL iu Ji'M.'liKli Hint (I'-niiHii.
Ad-lff-S W.O. 1114-11 BT.
I'uinnilaBlouci, Urttud lUtiijt, MiL-tiltjiui.
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th. 1880.
lulMS H.iulli. Uulna iIi,
X. Ao til Mt.llllHIN. F.S.IAi'lll
:. Iliirl.nr... . .
I.. H. 4 M. H . I'nwullis
. . .. K,lHlt1VlllH. , ... ,
.. .Hix'k ('rmilc. . ..
..Ni-w I,. vine.
. . III.mhiiIW'IiI
. 4 U. W. II. U. VI.
... Hrlir Mill
t 8 20
III ft. Ul
dully exeopt HumlHys.
Oen. I'hrs. Htnl TU'kat Anfit-
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th. 1880. LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
Mich. KxnrenA It'ttvt Huihilo at 8. an p. in.
Erie 11: a. m., I'onnetuit U:Hl a. mM An hi- .
bula V2vl a. in., (Jcneviv 1:16 a. in., Putitea
Hie 1:47 ft. m., ('levelitmf :N. m.
Hiiwlnl ChlrtttKO Kxprusa leaves Munnio ni
VIiVi a. in., Krte 3:40 a. m., AMitwbulii
Pnlneavllle 5::M, and arrives at Cleveland at
tkiift a. in.
t'tmnoaut Accommodation leaven rnnnenui
at'I:lki a. in., Am boy KltiKtvllle (1:21, AkIi-
twnuln Hybro4)k : w, tipni'vadrw, rninna-
le 7:2. anu arrivon hi i ;ievoianii n:n a. ni.
Tolcdii Kxurc-iH louvna Uuirnlout Hifcm. m,.
Krle HiM, C'uiinpAUt 10:.VI, KliiK'vllle 11:11
(.htiibula ll:2S Hnybnxk ll::i Geneva
U:W. a. in.. I'rtUieaville l.:l(L and arrives
at Clevelfind at l:ir p. in.
upeeiiu mi, lxnnR n,xpriRa leavrn itniiaiii
111 n m llt-KT S alltlillllla l'J'll'J 111
PalncHville lii;46, and arrive at ClevelmiU
40. p. ni.
Ka-t Mall leaves Hunnio at is a, m.,
rte 11:81 a. m.. Cunneant JattlS p. in., Aftlila-
ula p, m., Oeueva 12:46 p. m., Paluen-
II le l:i8 p. in., Cleveland I:V p. m.
1'arlrin Kxiireim leavea Hult'alo 12:41 v. m..
Frle:t:VJ, Ashtabula Sjia. Palneavllla o:l,un4
rrivea ul ijieveiaiiu ai :uo p. nu ,
Limited Ex pre tn leave Cleveland : a.
raineMvme w a. m., vieneva o:ia a.
Riiybrtxik HvtQ a. in., Anhtabula B.'IM a in..
C'onnraut H:60 a. m., Krle 4:4.' a. in., and ar-
von nt BntltUn at 7: j6 a. m.
Atlantic kxureHM leHvenOlPveland 7:TOa. m..
pjvlm'Kvllle H:'i, Axhtalmla B:''r, ConneawtV:,
rie lira, anu arrivea ai iimiihio ai i:iu p. m.
Toledo and Uull'alo Acoummixlatlon leaven
Cleveland at 11:15 a. in., l'ulnesv llle liW.tio
eva 1:11 o. in..HftvbnHk 1:20. Aahtnhula l:.'tt.
KlnifKVllle, A in boy , Conneuut 'HU.
rle .l:lt), HitMaln 7:iu p. m.
Chleano and Ht. Lou In KxnreftnleavPH Cleve
land at2:.VV p. in., Puliiesville 8:41, AnhUibula
on, lure o:su, anu arrives at uunaio ati kuu
Conneaut Arcoinmo1atlon leaves Cleveland
at 4:50 p. m., Palnenvlllei:0,(.ieneva B: kl, Hay
brook H:."5, Aatitabula7:04, K(nKHVllle7:l.r, Am
boy 7:24, ami arrive at Connaut at 7:iH p. in.
Mpeeiui new xorK hxpreHS leaves cieveiaitu
at fu:HA p. m.,PalneHvllfe 11:24, Awh tabula it-AfT
. til., cs iu i;u nitu Krnvoi duuimu Hi a.mi it.
aTralna runby Columbus time.
R. L. S. & M. S. —FRANKLIN DIVISION
roin anu alter Dee. I4tn, 1K7U, Passenijer
Trains will ruu as full own:
Nil. l.W. 't.
I - 01
Oil City Kast..
ion City Wast
Hftlein ' ..
1 AHlltftbUlM ....
i stations. ' '
fur. at the rate of 8 oents per
mile to way
. unions oouuteu. in even irnii
R. L. S. & M. S. —FRANKLIN DIVISION L. S. & M. S. —YOUNGSTOWN BRANCH
Fr4Ui ttiiU aner JJco. 14lli, 1S79, lassen
KM limn, win run b. immwa.
. 1 47
1 1 15
I)OlllltOll .. ..
t Tyrrell Hill..
t Telegraph Stations. 1
Now Known as
The New York, Lake Erie & Western R.
Abstract of Time Table Adopted June. 21, 1880.
IJUiilyftlAJN'tS best JJrawing.room
ahd HleepliiK Coaches, combluins all
modern Improvements, are running through
without uliange front Bliiralo, busnen.lon
KrlitKe, Niagara Falls, Cincinnati, Chicago
U New York, making direct connection with
all lines of foreign and ooaatwlse steamer.,
andslho with Hound steamer, aud railway
line, itir uosiou anu new .nginnu cities.
Hotol lllnlug Cars from Chicago to Mew
No. 8. 'No. 19 'No. 4 '
Bt.tions. N.Y. Atlantic .Night
Express Ei. . Kx.
Dunkirk L've. 105p.ll
Salamanca... 9.15;. .M. 8 36 ' ..:
Clifton " 70s " iis- iaitT.u.
Simp. Bridge " 715 "' 00 " 7 10 '
Nlngara Falls " 7 20 ' 1 06 " 7 15 "
Bum.lu " 8 25 " 8 50 9 80 "
Attica 9 23 " '0 ' JO 'JO "
Fortuge " IM " '.
lloriiellsvllle tlllO" 50 " 19 10a.it.
Addison " 1131 " 7 50 " 1(17 "
ItiicheiTuir... ?00XiT. 4 00 " 8 10p.m.
Avon 9 43 " 4 40 " 7 29 "
Bath " 11 82 ' JI48 11 50 '
cJming latUp.x. 815T" l tOA.tt.
Klmli a. " tj 1 " 5 J 68 "
Wavirly...; 162 " 9 80 " 188
Owego." " 918 " 10 10 " 8 08 "
Blngliamton " 9 54 " U 00 " 8 44 "
OrealHend. " 8 18 " 4 19 "
Hn.uuehauua " 1 40 11 56 " 4 80
deposit " 4 12" II 89 A. tin "
Hancoik.... " 4 41 1 09 6 88
Narrowsburg t08" 9 89 " t7l9 "
Lackawaxen " 828 " 7 38 "
Honesilale.. Arr 1 " " 26 "
Port Jcrvl... L've T 08 8 48 816
Mlddletown. " 4 40 " 9 01 ;
(jus hen " 9 15 '
Eaterion " 1)18 " 813 " 10 St '
Newark " 10 07 ' 7 80 " VsofrTiT.
Jersev City.. Arr. 935 708 ' illoVif
New York " IOuup.h. 786..V. Ills "
Kioreii Tralna Leaiva New Vorlr
9.00 A.M. Cincinnati und t'hlojigo liny
Kxpruaa. Drftwliig Hoora Coach ea to Buf
falo and 8 ub penal on Bridge.
0.UO P.IUs I'Hlly. KttHtbt. Louie Expreaa.
arrlviiiK at BuITkIo 800 A. M., coni.eellntt;
with faat trains to the Weal, N(.rttiwtt and
Bouihweat. Pullmau'n beat Urawlng Huuia
Hleoptne Coauhea to Buffalo,
T. 15 P.m. Dully. Paoirio Expreaa. ftleep
liig Uuacheaaud HoU'l Dining ('n throuKb
to ChicuKO without change.
7.00 i. M. Emigrant train for the Went,
VABk for Tlcareta via Erie Railway, fur
aalu by all prluciiml ofllues.
JNO. N. ABBU1T, Uon. Paaa. Ast.,
J. 8. Bartlitt, Gen. Nor. Paaa. Atiut. Butlala,
V SAN 1 1 (eaaaa of tha Urinary Orgtuia
LzLlla0i3'm''mm' day- not Uln t
i rai g tn rrath, or net ray iu prea
Z 1 JEL-JL.""'ne 1" ;7 OiaiiBer, Itreat
-r la.CSiir nient InrnY). H)1 hv nil
DnifrKirtB, or aent br mail on rroipt of price.
Seial for pnumhkt, Vie. fcr'ANUiH ilEDlCiMC
CO., Box 107,BuffkUo. N. Y.
t ( CKNTS will buy a nole book, con
laliilns 100 nhu'ly printed imteH at