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Kntorcd Ht the Pn.l om' al A.htal.ula as Hecnrid IMftM. Matter.
JAM KM HICKI Jk HON, PuI.1ImI.oi h.
inii:ikii:nt in aix tiiimjh.
I " 1 1 H ' F, i IN AHVAMI:.
Wllnl.K Xl MIIKIt
Vol. XXXI, No. 32.
ASIITAIJIILA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUCJUST 1880.
ThonMnrli Irerywhara Flocking lo hi ihn wniin.rrul A wn-lniplrcng, Mirvelnni, Oran and
15 TRAINED ELEPHAIITS !
, AND M1RAULR OF THK IWh CKNTUHr, A HUMAN BEING
SHOT FROM A MONSTER CANNON !
But no Change of owoenhlpl No change tnlhe
fVIAtb Annual Tour of the World-Famed, Tima-trlw., and nnlTenaUy admitted
LARGEST EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD,
Great Forepaugh Show,
Will rev l eft ard exhibit aftt.ri.oon and evening, at Awhtabnla,
Saturday, August 7th, 1880,
A Matodonlc rnnKolldAtloti of90 dlnllnct cxhlhltlnna ownpd hy mo during the pant id
yuam, and now mretl Into one f'otoasal (.UinlwIerHiluo, Hi-prftatmiliiif a
1 Iiiveaiment of Tw .viliiirtn Dollars all lor Nlugle
Holiday, 4b e Itluii
flllXBX7XXSZJ'XOT7S WIIjX) 13 13 -A. ST SHOW
IN THE WORLD. THK ONLY
Q-ireat Oirous In Two Rings!
KVBU ORUANIZED, WITH
ftjliliill more startling and novel featnrep, Zoololcnl novelties, tip reads more cnnva?, owna more
putv. hurK,aid more avarvihlufr, and te the ulduut Indlvldoally owned tented exhibition In the
lf"flf. Uf( pny 'eht(mpn IU. eer pwned and Introduced
I I) V.,
? 'I .
s --? ,
In addition to I.TtOOwlldhftanta; Birds, Raptlles,
jauuaier KUioocero. ea ktoba.reriorminfl;
rigeoua, tiucipiiueu Koo.a, ureal troupe or
50 TRAINED ARABIAN HORSES
, And in Plrtt and Only Performing Giraffe
cqe, in aauitiun iu au waia idii renimv rmr; w rnioiH Acroitn
tdMl tlowua, faiitoutiuttvu and feeler; TmiatMl
uatt4 wtiU powUer, am
verywnre, iqin, n,(iinr ana uoueuime
i-Wl vnlrHftfr ihroKt iiac
pn the forty traptwu,
Thl WMDder luuvlpy h it li.
humap cannon ball." iri appc-arauue q1 Uu only Kuaialc aiondtn, tfMje (fllla fliilla, wbg proeMee
the bttfh wire, ttl) feet above the hpU of the auuleucu, . bUadfolde4 au4 Willi hef feot ttpcaaad in
nrrvlrff maa ai.n tier bak. Tl'eaefamnua
UH(of lUIr oixjijirf, iitnxl n Kirtip fur the
Rta. (hilv Ttxhihltlfiii u'li'.' (Iib tu ana wumu rfiij itR sn i litiii u a , r-
Mttlrlnj a M h'w htu oraure itf ne 1 prfMl( thf name MHmraoth pivUI(tt liolflhig in
niouMiid uwowiora. T frnllrw br ranporti-d on nv own Tbreu irreiit HHwny trnltif. Rh
hold lh momittir fH-e for all TH fcff PKO KatNiUfK, Bv ibl v w that (be Orwai
rorepfintf Hhw ) the Oreatem t(f all Or.iat Shgw. It mart IroiD the thow k round i very exhlhl
lt'n Kay, barweas tba niurs of t ai4 10 ocUKik a m Adiql'tloo &U cenU; (bll(run undar 9 yeara
t ottulr. Two eahtbltUioa aery day, Aral at eoond t t s p. m.. pBvlhona ouep one hiiur urevl
oa, Kxcoraion Train- and r4tlurt-(f rHle m. nl raHroadaott the tin v of BvhibHlou. Bee email 6lll
ordUah. Will a4w atUlbllat fAfNKVILLB1MtNUAV,AUU'lBTUih.
ADAM FOltEFAUGli, Hole Pruprletop,
nnalrurmble adheranca ol the Proprietor alwaya to
and Marine Wonder. Levi itlian
Liima. iif-era, Kovinea. Bison,
ever aeeo on tht Continent, tii the Golo-aal dr
H UR MIIO vuiiiiiirut, III MIC WUIUIHI Jlf
:rolMtit; 30 OUtliiuiiUtieU Uyuiuaatti 15
Ivunplnif through Piru; Living WpnuBa
mau Bttntrttrcd fruni a Moniker iJanpog
auubt bv a. ladv banviut? Quad down man
- rui iiicd at each exlilmiloii livTkluiii. tuval. the
4k Ht IKM;
araltvtf pour appear for thh flfft tim before the
Ureal fnu-mavh Hnow.nt a nlaw nf IJ. iMt par
M KUC HANTS.
'f HON. N. HOOTII. (d'n.Trtl lfnlitr In
w trf. iiooia hiio nriMa, itcfuiy-Mnup i ioih
tiikf ilMta and i'nvn. TohtuHvia rikI t'lirHra.
untl ttverytlilitK fninlly Ui tmt or
wear. i(rin Main niri, AMiutuiua.
TOtlHKN V HOCRWKLL, (A, C. Tombfa
aim ij, r,. iukkwiii,) wiiokiihih nnu u
tall lfHlera In (irrwflrlea and Provlelon
Krlutannil (imln: AiceiiU fur Amtrtettii and
1'tilon Kxpri'NM tViiiiunnlfit ttnd (,'levi'lfiml
ricrniti, Mum Mtnwt, aulhiui, it. im
A. II. Sc K. U.AVA(JK, ItHiilern In Cltnlre
r1 i in 1 1 UnwerloMiin.l rrovlMtnna; n)M,inire
Conre'll(iiicry, iu( the lliifHt bminjn of 'l'i-
OIMI'O lilMI I IKIlfN. I JIM
B. H. VHi,LN. Prixlnce him) ('iiiiiiiiIhmIoii
.Morclmnt for tin purcluiNM Hint mil of Wnt
ern i(?M?rve iiiiHcr,( ium-hdu uriei r ruito,
Muln ir.' -t, AKliiiibuln, Uhlti. 11
J. tVI. PADLKNKH NON, PrnliTN In
OnHMTloA, I'nivUloiiN, 'bnir, Kl, Krp(n
Hni iNtiiPMiH rruira, twii, nun, r ibcht,
VVHtPT-IJiiifl, Hwta, c.t Min atrwt, Ath
WW nnuiinii if, jtuir r mi , i in n.
HiniiH, Liinl.Hiitl l kltulH of Klli ; hImo nil
kiihim or KHiiiuy itrotMTif. r runa Him mi
ret-tlonVti-y, Al nttd Innntmllc Wliiea. llSil
II. L.. moilKIHON, ncjilnr In I'ry (I.hmU,
tinn-erleH, HooLm mid HI n tea, IIiiCh, 'iiih,
Hnrtlwure, 4'rofkTy, Hookw, 1'hIiiIw, of In,
C.t AHIiUililllN, Ohio. lH
HI . KTIN NKU'HKIIHV, DnifTKlat nnil
ApothcfHry, mid OoiterHl lNnlerln lrtiK.
AhnllclneH, Wintu mid Lloixirs lor Jiicdli-ul
pnrpoMiM, t'liiM-y iino joint (lofHlH Main
atrufjt, corner of Ontro, AHiiUibnia, i).
M A N U FACT V KEUS.
( I'LLRV M4NI P'J lr.f Munufnrf iipt
of IjhIIi, Hldhitr, MoijIiIIiikh, 'lo'em-Hoxe.
IMiinlnu, Mh icli intf, mid Hcrowl Hnwlnfc
done on abort notlri. Shop on Main atreet.
nppoMiifnouin ritrK, AKiiuinuin, nio.
A'ri'OKNKYS AND AUKNTS.
B. H. HK'K AHD. Attorney Ht l.w tin
tar; Public. Ultlcti KmllieiKl II I k AnliUbulK.
C. .fi. H ICK. AIUmt'V mwl ('omir-pllfir nt
Lmw Kitd Notary i'ubllc. AHlitubul Hr
liur over bokt ottlct. NM1
H( lllen( A ttrnthm ( All claim far oen
Hion, anil iiijilltu.nal bou.il' Blunt be illU
r . K7 PK'II IHMi.AiuirirBViicl Ociun
Hcllor at Ijiw, hiiU Notary PubU. uopoHlle
Klsk Houiw, A.lilnbula. 157.1.
H. W. ALVIK. " AtCoi.icy and" Coi.n'-
neior hi iiw, a.tu flotar.e i'uu.lu. Wll
WU. tl. ttJI.ia, J.I., AtUirnry hii.I
Miuu.eiiordi ..aw, uau inijir uo.iu.
lloe with Hall Uro'n, Anhtabula, O. I IKS
JO it IV TTTMOBm7 A ttoruoy u7m Pnnii
ellor at Iaw. and Nolitrv Fublln. OMim in
Axtitabula 1j4iii. AHHoolutlou building. 1
Cil AKLKS BOOTH, Altorncy and 0.1111
HclloruL Imw, Axbtubula. ul.lu. . lilthj
K. II. LKONA U D, AlliiriH j iil l,uw. Jellfr
Koli(objo. Otttci-t.i the Sinull.-y lllo.kUIW
OKU, '. IICBU tltO A O., Di'alcrx In
ilanlward, lron.Htm'l and NallM, HUivUH.TIn
Platu.Hl.btjt Iron, L'oppar and Zl ttti.aud Mau
uriutlirurnolTlli,HbfeUronaitd(.:outmrwur0. Kink', liliK'k, AiiliUbiilu, Ohio. Inii
Dr. n. W. II I' in P.I Hli V.MiiKiu.llr llculci,
AHhtabula, U. Kenldeuue on Lake Hl.ore
Dll. If. nOHHK, Kultttlu 1'liy.klKM. or.
flue and reh.UeucH td ulury m.h. 4'rohtiv.-'H
Hrlck liliK'k. i'rop. lutor or 'i'l.crapcutic
Itatli. Ottiue hou.-H 'i Ujd V. M. Out bind
ueM fiirauooii,. . TiH4-tr
Dll. B. L. K Nrhyclan Xnd Murgwin ;
office ovr Ui'e A HouerK'. 1 li.ivu a ixmu
pleteHetorbr. lladlletd', KquallKurH, will,
the exclUNlv. rlKl.t of Afihtiibnla I'om.tv.
rnyniulaMH are rapwtrully Invited turall
and axauiluc'tlieltiabru.unnUv Olllue bouin
iron, lunvm tt. r p.-.n. "HiKritnitf toi.il. oi
Mt.Vetpy'iiyimrcn.' '" ' '"hji.
PHOKNI IRON WOMKS'0.,Man'r'rs
ot Mtuviai, Pluwi ami CuIuiuiik, Window
CapBitni) .ta ptsfjMK.. Kl"B.l.'k,
JOHN I.IK BI., MithulHctuivruTahd ni
er In Kurtilturs ul tlia Ueat i m'rlu.ill,a.i .
every varlolyi alw, Odium I l'ncari;ui
and Maii.irauluier ur I'olllna U. uniari nl
truot, norll. uiMouil. 1'ubllc Suuaru, AhI.
AltlNDKK 4c HAHHIHwIlldoallklndiior
Hrpalr11.1t ol Wattdiva, Ciuvka and Jewelry,
M tii Una. Htreut, lu room with Uarlliilu A
GKO. W. DIOKI.ON,.I,,weler; Repalr
l.ill ol all kind, or VVauiliea, Clock, and
Jewelry ; HWre In AahUtubU House Block,
pared to trau.e any tl.ll.a- In fl.e Picture line
J!i "i!'.Ti huHub ajiu iji tue l.e,t style,
VOHD HKUTIIKU. Manuliuilurera
and ticnlora In Hndi',, l)riic. ( uli.,
Trunk", WI.Ii.u .,o.iuoiil.e ijoune,
Anutabula, Ulilu, lili.i
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
niLOV, IIKATII, Ji.Ntlce or the I'oaue.
uillue over AKbUibitla tiVtae, AtMiiabula.
DAVID r A S',"C 1 v1EiK l)BeT?n4 Hur
veyor, ArulilMMiml aui Hechaulcul
J.raUKhtal.tnu, .' t.Qlue lit Pierce and Red
head', llliHk, AtfhtiUiula, Ohio. - u-211
"D. K, KlitLKV.U.D.B., Newber
"WTrTVry', illiwk, . uor, iMulu unl Centre Hta.
Entranavq.) (lentia Htreet. Office hour,, 9
o Ma. li). I HH U- Ml-
f. !. HH., PuilMSf ,'7A,sHHh.la
Vff ijlilu. Uillue Muitfu tirvt., uetaeen
Main ami 1'i.rk. , i6iq
1 all kliHla off (h mi I. and l.uinher. Ht-wer
lipe ufallaUfa, tMloe and ytu'd at Center
atretit rHlnpn pntaaliiir, AnhUbla. ijall'a
ahlnglpn a speplplty. rltjo liJ,i.i,lt!r.ijhliiglen,
iiiHItMl Klliua. ii apy nuHiiLiy, 11 me
luwpa Uf t!tia.an( dplPrpU M PtVK r aiY
Wire in A8)Ubua. Ortlpva IpU V the
atorp ofj. H. t)roupy ABonti, ill receive
prmPf attpntlon.j jSW
J. k m. H f. Wll, AtfOilt fur the LUerpool,
T Lqpdu A QhiltM littturmiuetJH. Oiuth AwMeU
over t j,lRKVk)u (J.)IU, In tlio U. H. W.nw.imu.
HUkW .tolilere also peraoimlty lahle
W EllTi WITH iTrnportprof sootc.h PoT.wlied
Granite Mnnumeiita, an it Manufaoturr of
Aiiierlioun UrwnUo, Marble aiHlHtone Work.
All work Klii(tlted In (bo Hl Manner,
omoeand Woi Ra near L. H. M H. p pot,
Anlitabula, t(llM. 4u
ateant ntteri faripttra apj Mil.
renal rod. and every iieHcrlttlon or pinu fit
tliiK done u order a$ reasonable prlcea.
Hbop at the i.Hf-lwr. vttf
mthr "in. Brni Copper. Li 01 Irom
without (iii w ol4naj Irua. aay tady
a oL ltd Oku uitud frith It, Will satid uatfluituUl
pia( brfcutU (with dirtfltiaaa) tS it will cut
N OBBfuurLh lout niLuhaa e.m mimt tt. . .taw
f tot tit ion fur aift. Toauti atampi racUdaa9
h. .AQivra WirH. JB oarir oMdaap
Qjp. Ur ',lf, lliuauaul Oatal'woiaaal
Pu, , jwftrMWMt.ifn
A,LA1(UE anil I'.upiplol Kti.uk of
Ltiaal lilauk. rur .ale at the
MRS. LYD1A E. PINXKAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Thla prwparatlrm, aa Hi nam alirnin. orvndata of
Vftai.ie HropertlM th.u arc )jannlM l, iho tno d
kal Invalid. Upon on? trial tbe mtriU of tlila Our
p.rund will ba rric rnlay1. aa rvliff la 1mmdlat . and
whn lta uttrla rontlnurd. In nlnrty-nlna raaea In a ban.
ilred, annnancntrun-iai'ffiTUid.aaib'niMnfla win tea
tlfy. on vitun of It- prnTtm marlU. It la to-day r
rommf ndd and pmctiUed ty tbo boat phyatctaaa la
It will cure entliYly lh ofi form of falltnf
of th otnia, Learon-ntm, Irregular and painful
Mnatraatlon,all()varlanTroaMt?, Intlainmattoa and
Ulcarattoa, rlooillnm, all Indian-men tt and th eon-M-quant
aplnal wmkntaa. and la raporlaliy adapted to
" thv Chansa of Ur. It will diaaotve and aipcl tumora
from lhdtruiinan earty ataira of dTelonwDt. fha
lendanry ton-mtrroui honjora there la cbockod very
upeedlly by (tat m,
in fart It haa prorrd to (j tba ffreat
aat and bant rrmedjr that baa aver bean dJaopTer
wl. It mrroMtea arrry portion of thaayatem, and alvaa
m w life and 1rof ft rrmovei falntnaM.flaUitency, de-Mr-y
all era vlna; for atpnujanta, and relierea weakauaa
of tba itomarti
ItcurMBloatltiH'. IToadacbea, erou Proatratloa.
CiVnmLl IrbUlty Bloepk-auteaa, prpraaaien and indJ
ft atlon Tliat fwllng of brartna; down, oaualtuj palp,
Wflrhtatid barkacbv, la alwaya permanently cvrr-d l.y
Itauw. it wtllataUUraca.andunderaU clmunaUa
new. 1 In barmon with tba law Uiat cuverua Um
for IlidneyCoinplaiiitaofflltbar aai thk oompoand
Lydia E. Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound
la ptvpaml at 233 and c Weator Arn, Lyno, um
Crlea 11.00, Nix bottles f or 96,00. Sent by mall tn tha
forroorpiJU.aiMiintba forta of Locaiiffot, on ractlpl
of prico. $IM, per box, for altber. Mr. PINKHAH
froflyanawaraaillt-ttcnof Inquiry. Band for pam
phlMt. Addnaaa abort Mention tAi paper.
No family i-liQuld without LYDIA E. PINK HAM
UVKUI'lJJA Tbey enra Co natl patios, BUlouaneaa
awUTDrpiJltyof lbUar. uu ar ua.
Btrons. Cobb A Co., Oi-n'! Acenta, Cleveland, 0
ISold by A. It. TJiurbtT & Co,, AaliLibula, O,
-25 Hupt-rlar itroet, nppoplte Caae Hall, Clevelnnd
Oil io. Onrra Hyplilllln. (innnrrhcpi Gleet, Hlriet
ur. Hernia, all private difen-ef and Nervon lie
blllty, causing lon of ruu memory, aljrhl and
conaumptlou, Jn Iukh ilmu than any otlior physi
cian lu the city.
NO CTItE, NO PAY !
Bore throat, paint la thn bone all kldnoy and
hladder lleHBu curttl for llfu. A lonjr cTiiertenre
with real micce lo the world s In!wsbl0 orK
terlaauf abllMy, tula b"rtii butn aialuwi 1b-
The Only Remedy
and the KIDNEYS
This combined action trim ft uml.
derfut power to cure all disease
Why Are We Sick?
JUemm v allow Hut great orgqnt
la beannt donned or, iorviii. iind
tijtoMfnouihwnortart. tiirrcfort forced
K1- -" " - K.fcirV , M
IMI.IOIIKNKKH; PH,K, OONSHfATIUlI.
l ii.ul'ii I'iiaui nvaii iiii k i ti v
L.. A... Jl. ... ...
"Y f-ewr arfrrw vn i
I Wi BafrVatllUaapalMaadMfcoal
Wby toriurutt d rrltbl'lleii.Conatlpatianl
Why rrl(rbtenedoverdlaoroerd Kidneyi
by bata aieaplaaa aigbu I
fi Hf Vaa tMi 1 e1 MadMa.
Ton lAOii. iPrirM at 11.
1T5LU, UCltAZSZOtr a CO., froprtitcrf
tWUaaadjMtpaMQ Barltwtaa)v V.
' wwaaaw, Mn-'-ma' UMiaan.
iul Mm:.. ii( rr ntn.:i;. with a t.:,ii.
a:ily-ori,,,,.,.r MiuK u, . ul
IF TffESS WAHNIN 08 ABE UNHIKDXIl
ER0US DISEASE W(LL$00N 9EDbVCVUPEl
TpTTB PLLT.8 are r-anrrUlly adapt e4 1
anr h raae( qnedoae etfaciaaurb, achUitfi
A NotirTSvSfl says:
r.TUTT:-paarBir; For ten yoara Ihara bowi
a raartyr to PyHppeia,OonstipatKm aad P'. Xaal
Bpnus youf filla wrarvoiiiiiiDudpd ; I um4 iim
lam nowawalltcaii. bav uod aiipellU, daaM,ai
parfeot, rarult aUryla, ptlM id ba4iaatu4
They larveaau tLp Appvtut;. an caana tla
budy to TaHe an FU'ab, tbtta tii ayatean la
oMrlabrd and by tlit'ir Tonic Action oil thtt
jUlareadvo Orarana, liearnlar Molaaro pro-
dn-ed. I'rtro'Jri-nln. 3ft Murray Ht. N V.
Quay Uib OB VtHjihaKiia chaiutadUi a Guwa
Bt.4(b( b' a aiuala applrjation of tiila Dt. itiin.
warU a t4a( UuW avta laatnaol Ho
b lruamia. or atat byKprisaoiiraipt6f 91,
OtHoe, 35 Murray St., New York.
A SWEDISH POEM.
It matter, little where I wa. torn.
or If my itaren.e were rich r pir;
whether they ahrat.k at the cwjlfl worlil'
r.r walked In the prhleor wealth leeure;
But whether I live an hfiitent man.
And hold my Integrity firm In uir clutch,
I tell you hmther. plain a. J am,
It matter, much.
It matter, little how Ion, I ,Uy
In a world or aorrow, aln. and rare;
Whether In youth I'm railed away.
Or live till my honee and pale are hare;
But whether I do the hel ran
'i aotten the weltf ht or ad ver.lty , touch
On the laded eheek or my fellow man,
II matter, n.ueh.
It matter, little where he my grave".
On the fand uron the aea;
Ity pujllint brook, or uxath .lormy wave.
It matter, little i,r naiikht to me;
,n. n,n feaiii eome. aowfl.
And mark, my h row with Iji, lov iok touch
A. on ll.u. II . , 1... ..i ... ?. .
...... ..,.,, . itiirr . 14JUCI.
It matter, much
THE REPUBLICANS START CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
—A PROPHETIC HORROR THAT
MAY NOT BE REALIZED—PEN PICTURES OF
DEMOCRATIC OFFICE SEEKERS.
From our Regular Correspondent.
1 he Kepuhlicaiia have made a splenilitl
start lu the preiiilet.lial race, and were
..ever uetore javore.. with a, manj
UK).ice of ,ucceM. Campaign contribu
tions are pouring m from all anurces with
a prodigality never before equaled. Your
correspondent has opwrl unities for know.
liiK lliis lo be a (acl, and If he could but
appropriate tl.ej reoeipts nf the money
order offico for the Itepubliean Campaign
cotntuittte for thre days he would retire
fmui the hot and thorny field of journal
ism, snd goto Coney Uland or lo Paris.
Besides the great advantage ot iniutu e
in this campaign, important in every spe
cies of couflict, the Iiepubhcans begin to
realize that their candidate has many ad
vantages over the padded military form
that has been set up against him, and
they are furthermore encouraged by the
unity and harmony which is becoming
conspicuous in all their rank aud Sle,
When chieftains so antagonistic aa Conk
ling and Jewell or Logan aud Shurz, bend
their energies in a common cause, what
may not be eipected from their united ef
forts. Nothing, not even a foreign war, would
be more calamitous than the accession of
the Democrats to power. In the train of
lli.ucuck would follow at loaat half a mil
lion of the hungriest most wolfish office
seekers that famine, ignorance and indo
lence ever brought forth. The thousands
of places rilled by experience,! men and
women would be turned over to this matt
rauding horde, and to all the coufusion of
Babel would be added tha wild ruin of a
looted public treasury. Said the Demo
cratic editor of one of the best paner of
the south, after he liJ yei.il the attyiuany
crowd, the lale' Cincinnati Convention;
if 1 lived, in iw Yorlj I would be a He-publican.
THE CONGRESSIONAL FIGHT.
We are H(iWl 'lie eve id nominating a
candidate for one of the most important
positions within the gift nf the people.
Ami there is perhaps nocongtesslonal dls
district within the stale, or in the United
States to which the Republican party is
looking with more anxiety as to the result
of the choice of the people, than lo the
counties of Ashtabula, Trumbull, Portage,
Lake and Geauga. This district haa long
been represented by men of such superior
abilities, by men of great minds, of exalted
purpo e of honesty aud, lojid, wtirth, by
mi'ii wio haye. uutia tUeMlvej leaders
among the mantra of our National af-
"t're, that becomes a matter of great re
sponsibility tor us to select a successor tn
such men as Qiddiugs, Wadeautl Garfield,
There are many influeiioes brought to bear
upou our winds by friends uf different
candidates, that we are required ti exer
cise the utmost caution that we o'nlv con- J
aider suoh qualities as are essential in the
mind and character of a great statesman.
And the manner in which the campaign
is being conducted in this District and
more especially in Ashtabula Co., makes
it still more difficult fur the people to de
cide honestly and Justly who they will sup
port for this high office ot trust. We will
take for example question asked by a
correspondent, to the Jefferson Oaietlt in
the last week's issue. He says: Does not
tweuty years experience at our oouuly bar
give the people a phanoe lo deeide who
is Hie aUU't luauf I say most decidedly
no, A man', auoees aa a lawyer is nn
measure of what his sueeessas a statesman
would he. The Nojihway men talk a
great deal about his sharpness aud shrewd
ness, I know a merchant in Ashtabula
who is sharp ard shrewd as a tradesman.
know a man in Cleveland who i, sharp
as a detective and am acquainted with
a man in Amluver who displays that same
sharpness and shrewdness as a horse trader.
We have the equal reason for supporting
the lawyer.the merchant and the detective,
aud the horse jockey.
I know of no Just estimate of a mans
ability in a certain calling except lo look
at the work which he furnishes us; except
to look at the record he hits made iu the
business far which we wish tu employ him.
The friends oi Mawland aak the voters of
the 10th District to place I he re cord made
by him, lo lay side by side the work which
he and Nurthway aouoinpllshed during
thoir first term ill uur Htate Legislature,
and then tell ua when estimated as states
men whith is I he more able-of the two
linn. We inn not afford to try vxperi
n.euts iu n. alters of so vast importance as
tliirt. There has not been a man In our
Legislature during the past Ally yeara
who has accomplished so much fur the pro.
lection f the laboring meu of this Htate
as has W. P. UowlanQ, He does not at
tempt to gain inliuei.ee by sending his
hoarde of "petlyfoggere" about the coun
ty, circulating base slanders agsiust bis
opponent,. He only a-k thai Ilio popple
may know the tf nth , and I mil confi li nt
that if the ope of the di-lrii l -hull have
become thoroughly ififornii'd of the l,;.ttl,.
fought and victories wot. l.y him for Hm iii,
that they will go into the Convention at
Warren, on the I2ih of this month, and
say "well done, go higher."
Aug. 2nd. RAJAX.
The Railroad fjmtlle .aw The i. ve
land, I'aif.rsville . A-ht'al.ula li.uli. ad
Company has w- p.r. l ni-nrly all 1 1, riL-lit
of way for an exii-n.ion frnn. iu ,n-, nt
terminus at Becker avenue in Cleveland
west to a point on Wilkon n i ti...
distanoe i, about one mile, and will bring
the road that much nearer to the center of
the city. Plans are under ron-idc ration
for lite extension ea.twiird from the pre
sent lerihii.iii at Euclid on a lit,.- purauel
with the Lake shore road, and .ouih of it
to the I'eniiM'lvatiia line. The cotji,.,nv
has received a proposition from New Voik
parlies (names not given, hut presumably
the New Vork. Ontario and Westerni. who
are said to la- building a line to HurtVo,
for a connection at that point, aud the for.
ination of a new line between New V. and
FOREPAUGH'S FIFTEEN ELEPHANTS.
All introduced and performed t.v Adam
ForetisuL'h. Jr.. a VOUtll otilv ei ...........
Vears of aie. Tlii. i i',nn...i ...,.- "... r. . .1
aud heroic trainer of wild heii-ts in ih
rorld. He cat. he seen al ex,-!, eil.il. oi, ..
Iierforthlhir more c lc i, ion, i il,-,, u...
owned or exhibited by any show on earth.
ineir periormanee presents one of the
most thrillmtr am) m i,u, t, !
animal sagacity ever wit nc- ,. Ttieee
representatives from the land of ISrahma,
Shiva and Vishnu were formerly n-ci in
the aaf'red and r-el .oilur ,1,"
tomsry in that di.tant region, and' w here,
ever they appear never fail to excite the
iiios. unnounuen applause, wonder and
admiration, nf aII l,n u-iir,.. ......... -
velous maneuvers. I'ltilaiblphia Tltnrd.
Forepaugh will exhibit his great show
on Saturday, Aug. 7lh.
BOYS AND TOBACCO.
Physicians are well agreed that the n-e
of tobacco by growing boys is full of dan
ger. Recent investigation, especially in
France, have demonstrated ihut a whole
train of nervous diseases arc to l,e traced
to this practice. f you want lo slop grow
ing, if you want to have a set of nerves
like those of an invalid old ladv, if v. ii
wish to grow feeble and thin, if you wish
to look sallow and punv, I do net know-
any better way than to smoke tobacco. It
will make a drain on your nervous svstem
which will be sure to tell afier awhi'J. Let
us hope that if a thousaud, U..i. read t!,is.
some of them w!l Lc saved from forming
Pltf W'l which most men regret.
CALLED HIS SISTER NAMES.
one comers of Wood
ward avenue, Detroit, at high noon, a
smally boy with a bootblack's kit sat under
the full blaze of a son pouring down for
all it was worth. The bov perspired roa-t-ed,
blistered and almost inched, but he
had stuck there for half an hour when a
lady passing by halted and said:
"Little boy, aren't you afraid of being
"Yes ma'am,'' was the prompt replv.
"Then whydont you get into the shad.".'
"Did any one tell you to wait here?"
"No, mann, but I'm doing it on mv own
hook I'tsauful hot and I'm most dead,
but I've got to stand it,"
She looked to see if he was tied, and was
about to go ami regard him as the son of a
brutal father in a saloon around the com
er, when the lad explained:
"There he is now! That la.v is the chap
I was waiting for, and I had to sit out here
to see him turn the corner. He's the fel
ler that oailtxl my sister a poke-eyed rab
bit, aud I'm going to jump in on him and
lick him most to death! I wish vou'd hold
my box an I can get the bulge cm hi,,, be
Last Sunday night one Jim. Kprague,
hailing from Do.-set, was seen taking oats
from the held of Patrick Murray, on the
Jefferaou road. Spaague was followed a. id
overtuken, but managed lo elude his pur
suers, leaving in their possession a horse
and wagon, which were turned over to con
stable Latimer. Next day a Mr. Wilson
came and claimed the horse and .Spraguc's
brother Joe put in his claim for the wag
on. The article in reference lo John Shafer,
and his fate, from the Banner, elici
ted the following note from the lather of
John Rev. Mr. Shafer, now of Oberliu.
"We received a postal from John on
Friday last, dated Virginia City, saying he
had been there two weeks. He left Alpine
June 24th, so as tlie extract was copied
from a western paper, and as the Denver
paper needed some days for its transit, and
as tbe man found said they left Irwin iif
teen days before, we feel sure it cannot be
A speoial to the Cleyelond Herald of
Tuesday last, says: Two valuable horses,
one belonging-to Mr. S. D. McKin, and
one to Mr. Wbeaton Allen, were struck by
lightening during tbe heavy thunder storm
last night, and instantly killed. They
were lying beneath an old oak stub, aud
it la thought the lightening first struck
that and glanced to the horses.
This is a bad year for Congressional as
pirants. The new fellows are driven from
the track or beaten outright almost every
where, whether the change was desirable
or not. Keitler was re-nominated for the
third terra by acclamation, in his district.
On Thursday, at Urbannu, Tuwusend will
be next week, from the Cleveland district,
llutterworth and Young will be sure to
get their second terms. The Ohio Repub
licans generally have made up their minds
apparently tnstick to tried Representatives
instead uf making changes, which are near
ly always, attended with more or less risk.
The South and New England have bt
enabled to exert a greater influence than
their numerical strength in Congress
would warrraut on the current uf legislu
tion by standing by old uiembcrs, and
Ohio aud the West will do well to keep ti
tbe habit ot following thejr examples.
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
.".. 7W.-H k'.ng-ville proper culling
u.ein in i hey like lobe designated ex
pects lo do imylhing half eijual to thn
North Village it. the m itler of Garfield
wide-awake., either on foot or horseback
whyMoh't tliey fcl ll.einselves about il?
Our le ys have a company of over thirty
enioii, d, nnd seventeen are fully wjnipad
and well nduinccd iu ,1,111, with fine horses
and a ninilinl band to wake the distant
eel,.,,.., T.'C-V IlCiiie m n o,.,. r.. 1.
seeing and hard lo beat. If aomebodv
could only wake up that lethargic old town
but they can't. She folds her hand, and
see,,,, to -en',, biudi on the comforting idea
that what -. ,1,,,,'t do, ar.mebo.ly else
will. Il l" there i- nn excuse for l.cr at the
pie-cut time, -he. i- now engaged hunting
down Spiriiimli-m. A man l.y the name
of S' ai r, from Indiana, is holding hi, ,.
ance, i the Town Hall and is doing al!
that a Spiritual Milium can do. This, of
cour-e, makes, the Spirittitlists look glum,
but Mie idea p ,s-. sses some that, it is Spir
itualism in di-g'ii-c, after all, and as likely
a.- not, son,,., o'i.cr necromancer will have,
to be called in nnd work out miracles to
settle that i,s,i,,. And so it goes, hip and
thigh, iir-t ot,,- down then t'other. But
the .rofeor goe. off with the money.
It is getting, somewhat warm this wav
over the Congres-ioTial nomination. We
think, however, the more enlightened por-
uon are p,r lioaland.
NORTH KINGSVILLE. July 3. INDEX.
E4. Tel: Haying and harvesting is
about through with and the farmers are
threshing. Wheal is yielding well, and
the oat crop wa, never better in this sec
lion. S. S. Mor-c has n field of in r.
and in my of our farmers have fields of
from 10 to 12 acres, with heavy straw and
generally well filled. The corn crop is
snllering for the want of rain, and will
undoubtedly 1 i.gl.t.
S. M. Jones has gone into ihe r.ic.ura
business at Padaiianam, and is doing well.
ll.o Heath reu'iion wi rrather at the
residence. f J. R. Smith, in Andover,
Russell l'.los.. in Cherry Valley. n.-o 1.,
town d .n.g Iir-t clu-s work iu the thresh.
From the present outlook our nrimarv
meeting will bean interesting occasion in
the history of our township.
The weils are all drying tip iu this vicin
Aug. 2d. W.
li.K k Creek Banner.
apple grape crop along the
Lake Shore road west of Ashtabula is
We are inform-d that 100 has been
raised to repair the church at Rome Sta
tion. If this is so, it is in spite of both rosc-
bugs and mil-dew, as to the grapes. Ed.
Tuesday morning about .3 o'clock two
barns belonging to Mrs. Ellen Foot, who
lives about 2'j miles north-east of the
Tiliage, were struck by lightning aud en
tirely consumed, together with hay, grain,
tool.-, baggy, and one horse. Ins'ured in
the Ohio Fanners, for about $1,200.
Valuable remedy lor a Painful Die
suppositories act promptly
in allaying all intlaiiiutinn of the rectum,
by being ca-ily dlsoived, are readily nle
snrbed into the system, healing the diseas
ed ami irritated condition of those organs.
1 hey arc convenient r..r s.-lf application.
cau-ing no unpleasantness, and affording
such satisiuctorv results, that to any one
atliictcd with that painful disease, the
plies, luey are invaluable, tiy direct ap
plication to the seat ot the disease, ttiey
are the most etlicacious means of
cure to be met, aud are particularly use
ful m cases of ngid contraction of the
sphincter ani. Price .10 cents per box.
Sold by Swift and E. A. Willard Ashtabu
la, Parshall, KingsviIIc. Aug.
TO A BOTTLE.
Tis very strange that you and I
Together cannot pnil;
For you are full when I am dry,
And dry when I um full.
A Remarkable Cure of Kidney Troubles.
Highgate, Vt., Nov. 1.
Gentlemen: It is with grateful heart
that 1 can recommend the Kidney Wort
to any one suffering, as I have been, from
lies and kidney troubles, especially the
gravel. I was taken with these complaints
while in the army in 1hij:1; growing worse
aud finding no relief in the hospital, I was.
discharged from service. 1 sought the
best medical advice; tried various patent
medicines, and spent more than nve hun
dred dollars in the fruitless effort to find
relief. I continued to grow worse, and
for alauit three years no urine passed
from me except by the use of the catheter.
For more than two years I was unable to
walk, and confined to my bed most of the
time. The pain, yea, the agony that I
endured, no pen can describe. Iu this
condition u neighbor urged me to try the
kidney wort, feeling that it it killed me
it would prove a merciful relief from suf
fering, 1 commenced its use. ana strange
as it may seem, after having used about
three packages, I was relieved of all ap
pearance ot tue disease and able to attend
to my usual work. This was a year ago
last June, and since that time I have hail
no return of tlio disease.
Sold under a positive Guarantee
That scrofula, erysipolas, boils, pimples,
ulcers ami all humors of the skin can be
permanently cured by the use of Parmlee's
great blood purifier. " These diseases arise
from an impure state of the blood. If aft
er a fair trial has been given no relief has
been experienced, return the empty bottle
and we w ill refund your uiuncy. Price $1;
per bottle: sample Lotties loc. Sold by
Swift and E. A. Wiihnd, Ashtabula, Par-shall,
Women with pale coloiless faces who
feel weak and discouraged, will receive
both meiiia! and bodily vigor by using
Carter's little iron pills, which are made
for the blood nerves and complexion.