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EOITRD BT it W. SIMS,
Rayw-onk, O., to whom all communications
for publication In this de partment may fce
A HINT TO DRINKERS.
Some one asks how tho Imr rooms ran
lie closed. Bar room ro not kept for
amusement. There is not a man in the
state who would keep tar if there wns no
hope for a profit. Let every man who has
brains enough to ittenil to his own bnsi
nesa determine not to drink at a bur, and
the business will soon be closed. Men who
are ashamed of their hRbils of drinking,
and who must have a screen to hide them,
will not often have an opportunity to drink
olsewhnre, and one great step in the tyni.
perance reform will have been tnken.
Bar keepers In the city pay on an aver
age, two dollars a gallon for whisky. One
gallon contains an average of sixty five
drinks, and at ten cents a drink, the poor
man pays $0.50 per gallon for his whisky.
In other words, he pays 3 for the whisky
and f 4.50 to a man for handing it over a
bar. While it would be best for all not to
drink, some men will have whisky, and my
advice, to them is this: Make your wife
your Imr keeper. Lend her (3 to bny a
gallon of whisky to begin with, and every
time you want a drink go to her and pay
ten cents for it. by tho time you have
drank a gallon she will have 0.50, or
enough money to refund the 2 borrowed
of you, to pay for anotheJ gallon of wlns
kv, and have a ballauce of f 2.50, -She
will be able to conduct future operation!
on her own capital, and when you become
.an inebriate, unable to support yourself,
and shunned and despised by respectable
people, your wife will hare, enough money
to kcop you until you get ready to fill a
drunkard's grave. But had you paid all
this money to a bar keeper, he would not
have given a cent to bury you, or a crust
of bread to keep your children form star
vation. Few people ever stop to calculate the
cost of dram drinking. At ten cents per
drink, one drink per day will cost $1)11,50
per voar; two drinks per day will cost $7:1,
three drinks $100,50 and four drinks $140
A man came to me tho other day to pay
the interest on a note for $100, that I hold
against him. Said he: I only receive
$000 a year, and with a family to support,
I am not able to pay my debts. I asked
him to take a pencil to make a alight cal
culation for me. and then a-ked him how
often he drauk at a bar. His average was
throe drinks per day, which by his own
calculation amounted to $100.50, or snfll
nient to have naid both principal and In
teres! of the note, and have $1.50 left.
lie wild astonished at this discovery, and
is now determined to never drink at a bar
J. C. Campbell's Lecture.
CLIPPINGS FROM THE "PAPER
Paper blankets possess a great ailvnnlsgc
over woolen and cotton bed coverings for
use in hospitals and in regions where ye I
low fever or other virulent epidemics may
be raging. Tha only way to get rid of in
fecleii woolen or cotton bed clothes, which
if not dostroyed, may be the means of
spreading certain diseases to a terrible ex
tent, is to burn them neither an oasy nor
an agreeable thing to do. But, in tho oase
of nanor blankets, it is only necessary
dip them in water and expose them lo the
How of a hydrant fur a tew minutes, and
the desired disintegration is effected.
We have endeavored in the following llg
urestogivaa close analysis of the new
paper press of the United States as It ex
isled at the close of the year 1H70. Flist
among our figures comes the total number
of newspaiers and periodicals published in
the thirty-eight states, nine territories and
ill Ills UlSiriCl Ol IUIUIIllJin, W1IIUII IUOL III
the grand total of 9,19(1. These are divid
ed according to their periods of publica
tion as follows : .
The adaptability of paper to numerous
Important and Widely -varied uses is won
dprriil. What other substance call satis
factorily be substituted for wood, iron, and
uuh common materials to the extent that
paper can be? It is impossible to flud any
thing else, which, like paper, may oo si
differently and dextrously prepared, as re
gards flexibility, thinness, strength, dura
bility, linperviousuess to fire and water,
etc.. that it can be readily made into
pails, washbowls, dishes, bricks, napkins.
blankets, barrels, houses, stoves, wearing
apparel, curtains, bonnets,, newspaper and
wnlting sheets, wrappers, carpets, coat
I nir for iron ships, flower-pots, boxes, cov
erings for the leads of pencils, jowelry, Ian
terns, car-wheels, dies forstamping, uppers
of shoes, rooting, and many other things
It is this tendency on the part of paper
to taka the place or everything else, to oe
come a universal sunstitute, so to spoua,
which leads to the conclusion that the fu
ture has a grand development in store for
It, and that In tne years to come its man.
ufuoture will hold 'a magnificent iwaition
among the great industrial interests of the
THE COLOR OF THE SEA.
The changes in the color of the sea hav
at traded the attention of seafaring men
from the earliest limes. They struck with
wonder ilio I'hainiciahS when first they
ventured out of the Mediterranean Into
the Alantio; They excited tha astonish
moiit of Columbus and terrified his com
nauitma while ill search of the far-fumui
Indies; and they are no less a surprise to
the modern navigator, to whom the march
of discovery has left few uuuxplored regions
lu store. one of the most remarkable aim
most widely distributed contrasts ot color
is that which Is known to exist between
tho intensely blue seas situated between
the troiiics and the green seas of higher hit
iludes. It appvara as the result of ricsnt
observations, anu mora especially oi a a
rios of experiments made uu board the Her
man frigate Uatelle that mere is an inn.
male relation between tho color of sen wa
ter and tin proportion of salt held in sold
tion by Ihe latter. On comparing the spe
oiflu gravity ot green water to that of blue
water. It was found that the latter is al
ways heavier than the former, and, there.
fore, al tha same time more salt, the two
differently colored waters being supposed
to have the same teintieralure. In other
words, tho greater or lesser Intensity of
the blue color ol sea water may be taken its
a direct index of lis saltuess and ot its spe.
cillo gravity, so that when we observe the
color of the water successively change
from deep blue to a bluish urccu and
dark green, we may conclude that the wa
ter has become al the same lime less sauy
The difference of colors between the blue
and the green, In the ocean, way be owlug
to greater or less proportion ot nail
but our Information gained from nuking
two or three Irips along the Atlantic coast,
Is to the effect, that the color of the water
depends upon lis depth. On soundings
a every old salt will toll you the water Is
green, but the deep tea is blue. The water
most strongly impregnated with salt, Is
supposed to tv In the neighborhood of
Turk's Island, shore (lie stroiige.t salt Is
uiaile by solar evaporation. Alionl the
VVest India Islands and the Bohuma Banks
the water is shoal, and the bottom of
light colored sand Is easily to be seen
from the surface. The impregnation,
therefore, has nothing to do with the color
of tha water in this region, and probably
THE COMING PAGEANT.
FOREPAUGH'S GREATEST OF ALL SHOWS IN
Huuh an attraction will be witnessed ty
those who delight in arenicand curious en
tertainments as has seldom if ever been
seen hvrc, on tl.eoccasion of thestreet par
ade of tho (heal Koreiiaugh Hhow. The
great show is coming and ihe magnificent
'icessiiui w)i ik, (u.yn on moniiugoi snow
Isv. It is free to all, it will itav to sue it,
and it is wortli miles of travel to behold.
The thli-kenlliR thunder of the wheels Is
Upon their IiIiikcs moving
'Hi mts then the Intmpof troops,
Anil lo! Ihe gorgeous piigcntil like the sun.
lures on their startled eyes.
Imagine Ihe oriental magnificence and
pleiiilor of the pageant. Sixteen har
assed elephants, half a million dollars in
sumptuous sun-bright chariots, "licaulilul
various dyes, richer than than the oiien-
ing dawn;'' living lions loose in the street
200 peerless prancing steeds: two great
martial bands. The grand march is led by
rof. Kusseil's Military Orchestra, Boated
the jeweled and resplendent classical
uridine .Miishh, adorned with artistic
statuary repiescntai.iiins of Clio, Melpom.
ene, Terji-nchore Polyhymnia, Thalia,
rania, huterpe, hrato and t ulliope, bil
lowed by the Commander of the l''uilhul,
accompanied by his Sultana slaves, jew.
elod warrior, and a royal rctinuo of rich
ly-robed processionists, droves of black
and white Camels and the gorgeous Car
of India. Next comes the magnificent
golden chariot representing the mystic
riles or urama, isniiu anu Binrs.
Hirst's .Maiiue Batid, seated in the ( ar
f tho Seasons, drawn by seven white
steeds, followed by the superb mechanical
masterpiece, the 100 horae-iwwor electric
ongine, mounted on wheels and drawn by
coal-black horses. In front of it is visible
the lightning. producing illuminators,
which are daily to be seen in operation be.
neat !i the mammoth pavilions. Then fi
nally appear tho colossal chariot of Olym-
ue and the musinut steam orciicsinon.
J'he parade will start from the show
grounds between the hours of ti and 10 a
in. on tho morning ol Saturday, August
WILLIAM H. EVARTS.
A professional ei-ribe has been making
a personal sketch lor a Western newspa
per ol William 11. i'.vnris, M-creinry 01
Slate: Notwithstanding Mr. Kvarts re
markable thinness, he is said to haye ex.
traordinary vigor and endurance. No
member ot Ins prolcssion is capable ot
greater and more continuous work. Ho
seems to lie composed ot will and steel; he
is never ill; he never shows signs of fa
tigue; mid yet the ami.unt of labor daily
perroriiieil by In in is proillgious. An 111-
stunco of this is given at tho Bcecher trial
which lasted for mouths, ami wore out all
the lawyers and judges except Kvarts, who
atlemleil court every day, and at the close
f the eelebriileil case addressed the lury
for eight days without appearing any the
worse for il. The secret of his health and
elaslicity lies in his calmness and coolings.
lie does not waste hiniscii; he understands
the science of adapting means to ends; he
does not fret or fuss, lie lakes oxcellent
care of himself. Whon ho works he works
and when ho rests he rosts. lie enjoys the
pleasures of tho table, and lays a solid bar
of sleep between the days.
llesiiles being a lawyer mm statesman,
he has it rare talent for society, being dis
tinguished as a host. His conversation is
oauy and brilliant, full of humor, geniali
ty, wit, sentiment, and line touches ot an
that shine like nature. His house. in town
is old-fashioned, spacious, comfortable,
abounding iu pictures, engravings, booKH,
bronzes, brlc-n-brac, and Ins country seat
at Windsor, Vt., if delightful with its
200 acres oi highly improved grounds and
ample facilities for Lho entertainment of
many guests. As ail aller-dlnner sneaker,
Kvarts has few equals even in this laud of
natural orators. Ho is wise, witly, learned
and eloquent by turns, much of his charm
depending on his variety. Professor Tyn
dall and other Kuglishineii who have been
at table with him have expressed their ad
miration of talent comparatively rare in
their own country. Kvarts' professional
income is estimated at from 7o,000 to
I tuO, OIK) 11 year it has been na great
lo0,00-lut ho is not in Jew
York sense, rich, owing to his liberal mode
of living and his large family, consisting
of twelve or thirteen children. Ho is the
head of the noted firm of Kvarts, South
mayd & Cheat, of Wall street, New York,
consisting ot ten or eleven partners, and
many of tho most prominent bunkers anil
merchants of the city are among his cli
ents. His fees are among the largest in
the country, 25,O00 to liO.OO not being
unusual. Ho is now about sixty-two years
old, though he does not appear above fifty
and ho is as alert as lie wus al forty.
WILLIAM H. EVARTS. FIFTY-THREE DAYS WITHOUT
The fasting of Hr. Taunur in New York
has reminded one of the correspondents of
the Albany Armn of tho case of Ken ben
Kelt)', repurted by the late Dr. James
McNaughton, of that city, as follows: Kel
sev. on the 2d of July, lrtiil, declined to
eat anything, assigning as a reason for fust-
lug inai wneu 11 was me win 01 iiiu Al
mighty that ho should eat ho would bo
furnished with an appetite. For tha first
six weeks he went regularly to the well in
morning atid washed his head and face,
and took a bowl ot water into tha house.
With this he occasionally rinsed his mouth
and drank somo of it. His parents wero
of opinion that he did notilrluK more than
pint of water In twenty-lour hours.
Compulsory means to make him take food
were found unavailing, till one occasion
he wont three days without taking even
water, but on the fourth morning he was
observed lo go to the well and to drink co
piously and greedily. On the eleventh day
of his fust he slated to bis friends thai ho
had not felt so well and strong in two
years as at that moment, and consequently
denied the necessity of taking food. Kor
ihe Brst six weeks (forty-two days) lie
walked out every day, and sometimes spent
the greater part ot the Hay in the woods,
lie walked steadily and firmly, and his
friends remarked that his Btep was unu
sually elastic. He shaved himself until
about a week before his death, and was
able to ait up ill bed to the last day. His
mental faculties did not seem to become
mnalred as his general strength declined,
but on the contrary, hit miud was calm
and collected to theend. Hit voice toward
the last became feeble and low. but contin
ued distinct. Toward the ulose ot his life
ho did not go into the fields, nor during
the last week even to the well, but still lie
was able lo sil up and go about his room.
During? the Hist three weeks ot his abstl
neneeTi fell away very rapidly, but after
ward he did not seem to waste so sensi
bly. His color was blue snd toward the
lal blackish. His general appearance was
to ghastly that children were frightened at
the sight of him. He died on the twenty-
(ouilb uf August, 1H2U having lived tlfty
thne days without food. At the time of
his death Kelsey was twenty-seven years
ot age. '
This case was perfectly authenticated
The post-mortem proved the man died of
larval ion, and that proved tha sincerity
of his deliuiou.
I'm now offering
SHOES AT 10 PER
Oood Kid I tut ton, $ 1. 8(), sold
Oood Kid Low ltiitton and
Mrii'H IsiiiT HlincH, 1. '., IM..'5,
INon'si Fine Hand Sewed (sumo
joli lot of men Kip boots No. 8,
anil these are Hliop Morn,
IN. S. SMITH, 145!
C. A. IIASTIJN'O'S '
my Spring li no of
CENT. DISCOUNT !
Tie, $1.15, Hold lit 1. 125.
nss bent Custom work) 5 worth O
1, 10, II, for 2, cost $2.25
but It (food weiu ing; Hoot.
FOURTH ANNUAL' GRAND 1880.
PITTSBURGH EXPOSITION SOCIETY,
d u.:.'( 1 1 d-wrw
Will open TIiiirNriiiy, Sept., lind. anil remain ojmmi lay and
Kvenlng, Sunday cxcoptol( until Oct. Otli.
ANEW MACHINERf HALL h breit cr.-rht. tnkltis (ho plco or Olil I'nw. Hall, whirh tint
hiitjii rt'inuTO'l, and the opacu coil vert til into a beautiful Lawn, with Flower Bcdn and Poua-
An Annox lis bnn addrd to Floral Tlnll which, whirh will he fitrcopn trt with (rmwinif plants
of every variety, la which will be finu dinplaji of cut tlowur, $ium iu purnilums being ofl'ured for
Tim (tlrt Bolldliiu" hnvlitu been rrpftlntwi and npHlrM, pn'urntp ft Pfrikittr uppraraaco. Fif
teen arrvp havo Iweu vl'jt'd to the prminU, Im rcHHli L' the area to twn ty-flvn orn-N.
A perfect half-nitlf irultlntf cinrie hat linen rimntrnrted. on which trial of ppi-cil will ho had
hud by bo I no of the I1 ih;pI Httxk In Ihe country. U-1IMI helm? "flei e d In prr-mium- in I th'p'l.
lif U.UINl.H and OllolNDS will be thoroubly IlliiiiiuiitU-d with (he lllil'SH El.Ki'TKIC
Throuirh lha rn-onerntlon or ntir MamiTrintiirera
PiltMnirgh and Allei
L'tx ny i;ny win ne on exiDiiition.
Floral Hall aud Annul, to chargu of our prominent Florlmf, will iurpj.nn all prt-vloui effort! In
HTNKW FEATURK. jn
In order to Intercut the fiirronndinfl Conntlen. an Atrrlciiltunil KnTr hu n hetm added to the Rx
pofMllnn. and onr Fanner, Froducim and Breedem of Fine Htock, Hornen, Cow. Hlierp, Hwlne,
Ac, and all iiewrlpltoin of Farm Prodnetx, will bu awarded Premium) nnioiiuiin to YHMMI.
rONt'KUTS i-vtpry afternoon and t'Vcnlnp by the (Jreat WeHieru Kijjhteeulh Reimcni Hand,
MuhIc on thu (Irand Or una daily. Kxcumtou ltaitm on all the Hiillnmdr. at u'reut ly r (winced rat en.
$ !),()( (t
Tlie Dining Department will he omler tue
iiiviiiH iuriii0ui'U Bl uiuuuraiu firicvB.
Children, under la yenrn of ntfe, 1 " tlentH.
Bend lor Proppcctui conlalnliig Premium List and Qcnurnl Rules nud Hei;uliittiiiis.
K. 1'. YOUNG, General Mnnnger. J. C. I'ATTKliSOX, Secretary.
JOHN D. HAIIjEY, Ass't Jlanager & fii.-hier. 3
a thorough reproaentiilion of th' Products of
IN FAIR I K 1 "A I tTM liNT
IN HI'KKO do
IN VVV FJA)Wi:it do
suiervlnlon Ufa coiniL-tent lintel KecliiT.
If you wo a man of buriint im, wi fti,t iittl l.v ttao aUuiiiof
M jour (IuUhh, Kvuid HtitiinlMit mill u ta M
lloa am a man of hvttsn, Vfilnr crmr ymir irildnlijhl
work to ruMore brain m-rvft ami wiuito, vm
If ymi ar ynung and ulTotinir from any lndisK'n.t1oa
or dlswi potion If yon tvro murrtt d or ttlntdi?, old or
?jOUlig,auirer1fi4r from jtovr health or buiguitth-
ta(tonN.t of irl . kni'", retyon
W fVQ OYTTC CCJ
WtUMvorroa ar, wherT foa M.whfnurreryou taml
UMvor yoa arc, '
that jour nrn
liuu jour wnwiii nmn cicAiibuiir wimitK or
iiuiuifuiutf, wiinuut inrojuuf inp, uulo
Bars yoa dyptptttt, kidney or urinary complaint, di
fwwoI Ut aom'tra, boivt!, blwd, lH-rr,QtUrif
Yuu will bo cured If yon DM
If (mralmplrwakand towtpirltfd.tryttl llujlt
It mj mti fHf Ufa, It haa kdrU.
Hop Coaifh CnrUthiwMUtt,if-tnrl btit, Aik fhlldran.'
Ttw Hop 'rt forfltamsKh, LWar Md KU1mji,Ii nparlttr to U
oUnrh Cun trv abturpUoB. lllttHrftcl. Ask dru,'i.U,
D. . C. liMUilBUuiillrfUUbUcBlof dnuikrtiiii, mf
BpqjB opium, tobsvro ot ntri-otirt. KWtfl
50 YeiirH Iteforo tho riibllt.
rroiiounrvd by all to be tho mont Pliahant
and BrFioAcinvi ntnudy now lu uio, for the
CUHl Ol t'oUlillH, Coi.HH, cnot'P, lIOAHtsKNKHrt,
tickling cnnnUon, uf tho thrnat, whtioiln
couh. etc. Ovkk a miujon B0TTt.a aut.n witu
in the iAiT raw YCAna, It jvet relief wbvruvur
used, and Ima lho power to Impart bouefit. that
cannot be had from tno congh mlxtiiroa now In
lino. Hold by nil DrntwIolH 20 wnit lr holtlo.
HKLI.KIts' I.tVKR I'lLU are alsii highly rue
ouinicnilcd Inr cutIiik Liver (omplstnt, constl
patfoti, Blek-hiisdiiclies, Fever and Airne, and all
dlsuiisesof tho Stonitichand Liver. Hold by all
DruificlHts at 2ft runts per bin, NI-OI
R. K. Hellora & Co., 1'HtHbiirgli, I'b.
I). W. MlKENZIE,
..8 MAIN STREET, . '
Hai Ju-t ruculvoil a bcaulUul lino of
Spring and Summer
of the very latest stjles, which I can mako lip to
order ltr very iltlle I . value on last year's prices.
Qtintleman wanlliiK aprlni suits would do well
to call and examine my goods hclore buying
elsewhere. Hiitlafactlon guaraiiteud In cuuliig
snd making. l.wl-tf
THE BEST GUN
niadu In the Hailed Stales tor the money Is Ihe
ICNO STAMSi fB CWOUlASl
Warrsntt'd In every partlcolar.
A. C. TOWNE, AGENT,
ASHTABULA, IIAUIIOIl, 0
J. E. DORAN,
IjA k k stri:i:t,
t orim t TiTTr nitn
nnd Manufacturer of Kino HreiH'h Loinl
intr Shot (Juns. Also ugetit for
OHAS. DALY'S GUNS.
Price Lists neut on Ailiculion,
Am or Iran niftint for .lohn W.ti-nrk Co..
Gun MfUiufiK turiT ; Ayvtit for W. W . (Irecner'a
Mttiiiiutjrh'tta Ouim Ajiont for t'ha. Daly flim
UHinaHcua tin nit
U a turu rura for apavln, viillnt, curb, rail on
t.raln, Hwtlllia.r, H-, laiiM iicct and all en
larnemuiiU of lho Juluta or llioh. Il will com-
pU-Hly n-movu m bont epavln wlihout blistering:
or caiin iiiK rt noru. li ! uio t uooo nir mmn
for tK-tti-t and In umd tnli atreuuth, at all tliuoa
tr thHt-ar, with uork-ut taU-ty. A cure whirh
wu art knuwluu to U a iu-ron who auft'erpd
ytiurH witu hip-jonu iHinuiit .a and vti peima
ot'tttly rtirml two yuan mro with Kt iid.-iir. Bpavln
t'uro. lt'iiicuibr wo rltilm tt will cute a bone
ivtn and coiuplutuly rumovH ihubmtch without
StuU'inciit Ilalc vikUt Outli.
To whom It may ronciTii: In Ihtt y
trnti'il with Kt-uditU'a HimvIu (Jure a fx
In Ihtf year
tu of aavaral inoniha tfrowih. nearly hall aa lartfu
aa a nun uk'k. ana cnniiftrtiy nioi'iu-u me lantu
iiuhm and ruiuowd tho ttnliirKfiuvni. I have
woi ki'U tnu hore evvr allien vry hurtl, ant)
ni'Vvr baa tiut'ii imnu, nor mum I ever Hit an
difft-ri'iica tu thu or thu hoi kloluta alnr
iruatuii him with KN1MULLS' HPAVIN Cl'UU,
It. A. (i A INKS
ICnohurih Kalla. Vt.. Fttb. 2.V IrtTU.
HvAoriiaud mihm'rllu'tt lo Uufur uiu thla Sith
xlny ol fuhviiHry, A. H. 1H7U.
JOHN (J. JKNNK, JuatUie or tho l'uace.
, tmeia V. H. Marihal, Wtinlfin l)hl. ofMirh.
Kitlmiiaxoo. Anrll IS. 1m7U.
11. J. KrnduJl, Uuoaltiirtrii K-.lU. Vt. li-ar Hr
I rt'Ct-tvcd tint two tun i Ion if your apovlu turw
fitrtvanlfd ty oenrutta hi lanu.oy la-t. 1 am hap
y lo tuU thai It purroriuctl all your advcrllne-mi-Hi
cnllt'd lor, lu lhrij wt-t-k- liHu r 1 ciuiiuu'iic
m( u-lttti ii. th tavln wan vodruly roiuovufl anil
a valuable boro rvflortd tounilm't.
Wny truly yourm. JOHN PAKKKIt.
Hnd itihlri itii for llltitrati'fl clrvtila r, which
think uivt positive proof of ha vlrtin:.
nHtdy b.na t-vrr met with mrli uag,imhAn( iuo
Cf. lo our know !t?(ht', for ht'KHt tot Hull tu num.
I'rlcofl pi-r hiiltlu, or ix hutth for tf5,
druttvl! lmvu ti or ran ut II fr von. or It will
bo mut to auy art)rw on rocflitt of price by
propri'Hora. uu. i u. imv.i'ai.u a k-kk.
Kuol r;h KalU, Vonnont
Hold by all Dtnifta
CLOSING OUT SALE
For thirty days we will
from .Tunc prices, especially anything in the
SUMMER GOODS !
We will not
This week we offer Five Cases of
DRESS GOODS !
at 20 cents, which are very much
And will well
KEPLER & CO.
Ashtabula, July 13th.
Cottons, from - .OB to .12
Prhitrt, lpnt, - - .OHJf
SlihtliiKH, - - .12ito .HI
CriiNliRN, - - -.07 to .14
IieNt Oiiiiflimn, - .11
TABLE CLOTH I
Kivo humlrcil vnnls Spool Cotton, Co.; lliimlkfroliiofs, 5 to 25o
enibroiikireO low; Lacos cheap. All
at bottom prices.
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY,
For anything go to
IvIAUST ST. t ASHTABULA, O
Iam 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
lars worth of goods anywhere.
Kit MAIN STREET.
sell everything at an
stand for cost.
11 oho, r ,10 to ,RO
Socks, - . .05 to .SO
C'lill.lron'H IIo.so, - .OH to .20
SliirtH, ... .25 to .75
SiiMiteiuIer, - - .10 to .35
kimls of Dry Goods and Notions
Cheaper than any house
by any dealer in the
m the County.
before you buy a dol
To Nervous Sufferers The Great Euro
pean Remedy Br J. Y, Simpson's
It In uuilLlve auru for bpwriuitprrhea, Hml
tml WtjttktKM, Imputi'iicy, ami hi) itrnmie ra
r m ii in o r y i
1'atn In It&ck
r Htde.aud iU-
a that Ifntl
(ntanuy ana in
t-arly rve. Tlij
pec I lie Medi
cine m bciii2
uuriul ui.rft, i'duijiliicL uul irtMf to mil.
WrliA fur ihpm tttiti arot lull t.-i rilou Uri. Prtra.
1 Ari.lH.aa alt nriLrs li. .1 U MiunauaM Uktlaii IMM ! !ia
Nna. KM aitd UW M.lu Hi.. UuITdlo, N . Y.
So 14 In AfhUtmta by t'. B. Lw and all ilni
It. -. - L
BUY A HC" IH FICKISAN.
t5 TO lO PER ACRZI
sllrofqr Statlat Oosaal ItaltroaKl
ahrauaSi IMM aa sail HltliF
Oliuala. swaisMls aual an-asis. las.
leiiisviU 'HMiiaiHa. !
HIOHEtT RIWARD TO rARMf .
Thime Unito are ln rtlaunca Kaaat f Hit
MiMiiiil Hivr. l.uruv amount mvil lu
tmvvl min tr.iiaporutWm ofcniu lMt.Yl
llv u.iinijlili.4 111 fciiKllfli anil Ouniiftii.
A'lilri'tH w.w. lll'imH,
I'uuiiiitaiiluliar, OrMiitl H.ti.l MIl-IiIku.
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y
CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th, 1880.
Oolitic Month, (Jolhg Nirtli,
K. AO 111
. H. A M. H. Cniaalm
... . AahUitiulw.
.. . . I BKlPVlll
. . .Roi-k rrerk., ..
. . lllcM.mlli'lJ
.. A U. W. H. 11. (Jr.
Brli-r Hill.. .
. ..ICairln Knrnnns...
p in .
. 4 IW
7 S 'i
t s mil
All trains itHlly exempt Plundnva.
F. H. MYKMH.
uen. r.as. and Tlcsel Agent.
LAKK ffllOKK A rHICHItiAN ftOUTH-
CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th, 1880. LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
M Inh. Fxoroaa leuvea Hutlulo at B.'JO D. m.
Krle li:HS a. m., Coiuiettul l&:il a.m., Anlitn
buln 'iuu a, m., Uonova 1:15 a. m.( 1'aluea
vIIIp 1:47 a. m., Cleveland 2:5iia. m.
rMH'oiui i niratro h,xuraa leavea nunaio ni
'2M a. m., Krlt .bW a. m.t Attlitahula 4-Mi,
Pftliit'8vllle6;34, aud arrlvoa at OUveland at
. a. o .
('onuenut Acrommmlatlnn leaves Cnnnpaut
at U:(k. a. in., AmtHy 0:11, KliiKvllle AhIi-
luouiH tt:.M, nnyorooK o: m, oenevti o;n-, ran tea
vi He 7:25, and ar riven at tie velum! A:Vt a. in.
loti-tio K.urKM uavea bum. oat o:4oa. m..
Erie lo:Ofl. Connctuil Ht:"-I, Klnifavllle 11:11
Afhtabula l.i HnybriMik li:)M Ueneva
1I:W. a. m.. PiilneHvlUe liklH. and arrlvea
at l 'leveland at l:i" p. in.
npeciai ni. ixoia jLxpreaa leaves nunaio
Fnlneaville 1&45, aud arrlvea at Cleveland
1:40. p. m.
bunt Mall leaves Buffalo at feift a. m..
Krle 11:H1 a. m.. Conneaut 12: It p. ni., Axltta
bula 111 p, m., (luiieva 12:45 p. ni., I ninoa
vllle 1:08 p. in., Cleveland :K p. m.
racinc f.xpreaa loavoa nunaio iko p. m.f
Erie 8:W. Anhtabula 5:12. I'Hhioavllle fcot. and
arrlvea at Cleveland at 7:uo p. m.
Limited Expraa leuvea Cleveland ttUo a.
., Ftilneavllle A1 a. m., (ieneva 8:13 a.
. Hitvbi-(H)k 8:40 a. in.. Ashtabula H:2 a in..
Connenut H:Nj a. m., Krle 4:4" a. ni.. and ar-
riven hi muirimat i:a m. m.
Atlantic Kxiren tea vet Cleveland 7::ka. in..
PaineHvll1eK:iil, AaliUibulatt:a, ConneHtitH:,
Erie lOrai, and arrlvea at Unttalo atl:lUp. in.
Toledo und HulTalo Aocomniolatltn leuvea
Cleveland at ll:lo a. in.. Palneavllle l&tf, Ge
neva 1:11 p. in., tSHybrook 1:21), Aalitubula l:'.i2.
K.inrNviiie i :., AiiifM)y . tuiineaut
Erie :hl0, IHHIkIo 7rtm p. m.
Chicago and HI. LUiuIh ExnreaaleaveH Cleve
land at2:.V p. in., ralneavllle 8:41, Ashtabula
i;t, Kria o:au, aim arrivea at ounaio ats:ou
Conneaut Aoeoinmodatlon leavea Cleveland
al 4:"j) p. in., lnl im'hv 1 1 leti:iW, Ueneva :4.", Hay-
orooK w-v, AHnuii)uia7:(H, KinKavuie t:io, aiu
buy 7:24, and arrlvea at Omneaut at 7::tU p. in.
wueciai new ion h,xureaa leaveauieveiana
at lU;a' n. in., PalneHvllle U:J4, AKhtabula 1S:07
a. iu., Er.le 1:41) and arrlvea at ButlHIoat 3:55 a.
aTralua run by Columbna time.
R. R. L. S. & M. S. —FRANKLIN DIVISION.
l-'luin uliil uaer liec. 14th. IsTS, faaaunger
Trains will run as follows:
No. l. W. ru
7 40 Oil City East.. or,
7 4S IJuiictlon.. .. 00
7 4K SOU ioll City West 1 57 4 20
7 M ) 1 Huno 14V 400
8 HI (I Hun 1 44 8 47
8 IB s 45 t Franklin I ilK s V
81 8 Hi Hunimlt 1 'il ) 07
H W 117 IPolk I 18 I 50
8 .Ti 6 07 (IlliyillllUin.... 107 182
8 6S 6 58 Hamly Ijiko ... 1158 100
8 55 10 06 tMlulii'lHiro..... 11 it' 1145
8 ul 10 W Hrunull M 15 II 87
U II 14 Clark 12 01 II 14
JJ II .US Hmllcy 11 5.1 III 50
8 M rl IS Maleni II Ml lu 'M
U :17 12 27 Alliavil II 30 10 10
0 48 um i.lanii'stown... 11 14 8 48
8 57 I 85 Turner II Irt 8 20
10 04 1 411 Hlmon 10 67 9 05
10 20 2 10 tAmlover Ill :HJ 8 85
10 28 8 ift I iMtm 10 2K 7 48
10 1)8 8 "7 Ilorset 10 IK 7 8
1U 62 4 07 tjellersnn 10 0:1 8 65
1 r OreKKK 8 56
11 07 4 87 l'lyniouth 8 47 6 13
II 15 Centre Htreet.. 87
11 17 5 00 t Ashtabula.... 8 X5 8 00
A at fs A at A at
'lissentier Tare at tha rata of 8 cents car
mile to way stutluns counted In uvea half
dimes. ' "' " ' n' 1
R. R. L. S. & M. S. —FRANKLIN DIVISION. L. S. & M. S. —YOUNGSTOWN BRANCH
Froiu and after Tli!p. Tltli, JS78, l'asaaii-
HO. 8, W. Ft.
(iravel I'll .....
Pittsburgh ... .
Now known as
The New York, Lake Erie & Western R.
The New York, Lake Erie & Western R. Abstract of Time Table Adopted June 21, 1880.
1)ULLMAN'S best lirawing roora
and Hleeplnar Coaohes. oomblnlna all
modern liuproveinenu. are running through
without change from tiutralo, Huspeualuu
Bridge, Niagara Falls, Clnolnnatl, l.hleago
to New York, making direct oouueetlou with
all lines of mreign aud ooastwlae steamers,
aud also with Sound steamer and railway
luies lor isoston anu rtew Kngianu oitiea.
Hotel Utulug Cars from Chleago to New
Fort Jervls.. L're
Jersey city.. Arr.
New York.... "
I 'No. 8. I
1 06 P.M.
9.15.a.ll. 8 86 '
7 05 " 1 46 "
715 " 100
710 " 105 "
8 86 " 160 "
in io" t ;
1181 7 60 '
ttOOAM. 4 011 "
8 48 4 40 "
11 82 " 8 46 "
llUr.a. 8 15 "
11 11 " 8 56 "
t 82 " 90
1 18 " 10 10 '
164 " 11 00 H
8 40 " 1158 "
4 18 " 11 88 A. M
4 41 " 108
jbos " in "
7 46 ........
, 7 0S 148
4 40 "
9 18 " T8"
10 07 70 "
9. 56 ' 7 06 '
10 00P.K. 7 151. .
Expreaa Tralua Laatva New VorK
B.OO A.SJ1. Cliielunatl and 4'hlaago Day
Kxpreaa. Drawing KfMtin Coaohaa to Buf
faloand Busuenalou Bridge.
1,1111 r.N, lially. Faatat. Louis Espress,
arriving at Burtalo 8 00 A. M.. oonneutlllf
with faat Iralus to the West, Northwest and
Houthwest. Vuliuiau'a heat Drawing Hooiu
Kleeplng (Mkehus to Butlulo.
M1P.N, lially.1 Paelne Kaprms. Hleep-
Ing Coachesand Hotel llliilng Cars tlirougll
to Chicago wlthoat oharige.
T.OO P. M. Kuilgraut trulu for til West,
H-Aak for Tickets via Erie Itailwuyi for
sale by all urluolpal ofrleea. -
J NO. N. AllllUiT, lieu. Pass. Agt,,
J. 8. Bahtlitt, Oaa. Nor, lNss, Agttnt, Purfsto
VHANl'l leases ot lha Urinai-y Organs
v n :jln iluI,!.,. lhm mti lulnt
,1111 the breath, or betray tta prea
lenoe In auy nuanner, (treat
aaWitnl local). Mold bp all
lirufrglats, or aent by tuall ou reoelitt or price
Kcnaforpanillil't, tWt, KPANUili HEUIWI.NS
CO., ifox IS, , uunaio. n. T.
A f f'KNT will buy a note book, oon
J lallllllg IIS' nlecly printed notea at