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Knlcre.l t Hie l"i.t littlce Hi Atlilnbiila as Mv-on1 Class Miitler.
J AM ICS KHHI SON, PhI.IIhImtn.
iniu:im:mh;nt iv am, tiiinoh.
imcick, $a in advanck
Voi,. XXXI, No. :$).
ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SKITKMHHU 21, 1880.
Whole Number 1G03.
TilM. N" BOOTH, "(liMinriifin-iilcr In
liry UikmIh, Groitur.im, Crorkcry iiml HIumh
w..r, UiHtU mid MIhh'h, Ht'iiiy-Mnd( Cloth.
uiK llntM mill ('lipH, Tolmifo hikI (Miotrii,
iintl pvurythtnit a fumily iner in eat or
wr. Noil.. Muln KirtfMt, Arthiubulu. Lisb"
TO it HKRAIIOOHW V. VA.'v. Tmnhn
mid li. K. HockwHll.) Wlioh'HtilH und He
tall Di'.tlcru tit WronerU'n nml l'rnv.Klnrit,
iW.i.Muii.UirK.n; AkmiiIh for Ainfrtctui ami
Union KxpreHU (7niLtii k'M and (Jwtjvi'liwnl
Unruld, Main Htrctit, AHhtahulu, (. l.m
A, II. A li7 IVTS A V A 1i K, IoiiUirH Urt'lioft'e
r'uinliy 1 1 rnfcrli'Miuiil I'rovtulftntf; R,HO,(ure
('oiifttetlcimry, and the tin out tiramlttoi To
biunro mid t'lmir.
H. II. U KjiM, I'roduco nnd .'oiiinllon
.M vi i'liiuit for thf jHin-liunH und Kale of Vi'l
crn ltrsorve Hutler.t 'tu'eie ami lirU-d Fruit.
Main utre'-t, Anhtaoulrt, Oblo. VIZi
J , Tf. FAI LKNKH St NOK7 IX-HlrH In
lit iwrieK, 1'rovlftoiiM, Klour, Feed, Fort-lKn
und loiiiflir KrnllH, Mall, Huh, Planter,
W'uter-I.tme, HeetlM, Ac, Main street, Atih-
W. HHDHKAO'DeulPr iiri-'lour, Pork
HiiiiiK, Lard, and nil kind of Kluh; aim, all
klndH of Family (JroocrleH, Fruit and ( on
leetlonery, Ale and Dome t la Wlneti 11251
H. li. nOHIliNONhenfrln i f ry(l(md,
(irtHterles, Hon to and Hihmn, Hats, CupH,
Hardware, Crockery, Hooka, I'alnU, Oiln,
&-., Ashuibulu, Ohio. lil
MA TI,V" NK W II Kit K w7,",Kht( " will
Apotheenry, and Umwriil Iertler In DriiK.
MedlelneK, Wlnen ami Motion for nu'dicul
piirposuH, Fancy uml Toilet OooiIh Mull)
Htreet, corner or Centre, Ashtabula, O.
M AN UFACTUiiKim
l I I.I.KV I AM FH4 rii.t MniuifHeturKni
of Lath, Hiding, Motjldiiiun, Chew Huxt'H,
Ac, 1'lHiilntr, MatehliiK, h1 Sirowl SawliiK
done on tthort notice. Nhou on Main street,
opiortlteHoiith Piirk, AfhtHl)tilu, ohlo
ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS.
H H. KM' KA HD, Attorney at Law A No
tary Puhlio. Ottlce Hetlhetid HI k Awhtahula.
C. .fl. HirK,Atrorney and Counsellor nt
i,nw and Notary l'uhllu, Anhtubula Mar
bor over pot.t otttee. it-1 1
V. K. PKITIBONE, Attorney and Coun
sellor at Iaw, and Notary Puhllc, opposite
Kink Uuuae, Ashtabula. 167.1.
Attoiuey and Coun
selor at Iaw, and Noiariu I'ublla. Wll
V'I. MI. KAIVIUM, J I., Attorney I'lid
CouiiHellor at Law, and Notary 1'uhliu. Of
floe with Hull Hro'8, ANhUibulA. O. HW
JOHN TrTHONfi7 Attorney and Coun-muIIoi-
at Imw, and Nolitry Pub I to. Olliee In
Ashtabula loan AMHoetatlnn hulldliiK. H'A
C'llAULI8 BOOTH, Attorney und Conn'.
Mellor ui Iaw, Ashtabula, Ohio. Mfi
K. ilTLKirN A HII"Attorney at Luw.JerTer.
jon, Ohio. OJIlce njUie Hmalley Uloek IHtl'J
VKO, 1. Ill HliAHI A CO., Deah-rn In
ilanlward, Iron.Hleel and Nails, MtoveH, Tin
Plate, Hbeet Iron, Copper and Zinc, and Man
utketurerMorrin.heei Iron andL'opperware,
FUk'K Block, AHhtabula.Ohlu.
,T1. n. 4tA Jl t.H, 111. D., PhyHielau and
MiiK'fii, Afhlubula, Ohio. OlUed hours
from it to Sand UiP. M. 02-61
Dit. k! L. KI Nli, Phynlclun and HurKeon ;
oltleu ovnr Uee A HoKerh'. 1 have a com
plet t of Dr. Hndlield'H Equalliers, with
the exeiuHlve rlbt of A Hh tabu la county.
PhyHiciami are renpeetfully Invited to call
.uid xmln the luntruuientN. Ofllu hours
iruiu lua, m to 1 p. m. Uushleuue south oi
.St. Peter's church. HA)
DH V. fflOHJiK, Eclectic Physician," of
flee and reHidenee id story Mrx. Printer's
Hrlek Klm'k. Proprietor of Therapeutic
Bath. Ofliie tiuiim toU P. M, Out hut
Puhs rinepootif. loW-tf
Ir. . U fltlJMFriKhV.MMunetlaHealtJi.
Axbtubulu, O. Itesldenuo on Juke Hhore.
V llofelV I K I HON WOH kSTo.jMan'f 'r
ot Htuves, Plows and Columns, Window
' 'apn and Sills, Mill ChUiikh. Kettles, Minks,
;iM)ith (Shoes, &c, 1'hueulx Foundry, Aahta
i la.ohio. 10U1
J.Ul 1I ( HO, Mitnuractuierorand Deal
- er In Furniture ot the best descriptions, aiu
every variety; also, General OnderutK'
und Munulaoturer of Cottlns to order; Main
street, north or Mouth Public Hquure, Asli
tabula, Ohio. 4U1
JEW ELK Its.
AnsOlvN tic MAMHIHwllldoallklndsor
KepulntiK ol W ate ties, C'lm-ks und Jewelry,
at 1-7 .Mam Hlreet, iu room with CurlUle A
OKU. U . DICK 1 SON, Jeweler; Kepuir
in ot all kinds or Watehes. Clocks and
.lreliy; 8 tore la Ashtabula House Block,
BLAKISLKK Sc. .UOOKlt, Photogrupli
ers and JJealers In Pictures, Engraving;.
CUromos, Ac; IiuvIuk a larva supply of
m midiDK" ul various descriptions, are nre
p.tred to name anything In the Picture line
at dirt notice and In the best style.
COKii 4c HHOIIIFIt,' MaiiulactureiR
and Itiulers In Saddles, Kridles, Collars,
Ti u.iks, Whips. o,., opposite. Fisk House,
Ashlnbula, Ohio. 1015
JUSTICE OK THE PEACE.
miLOU. HUATII, Justice or the Peace.
OJIlceover Ashtabula Htore, Ashtabula.
DIVIU SLOAN, Civil Knulneer and Hur
veyor, Arch ttect oral and Mechanical
DiuuKlitsnuiU. (J Bice In pierce aud Red
head' Block. ARhtubula, Ohio, U2t
ipr"o7K. K KLLKY, D. D. 8., NewBer
ry's Block, oor. Main anil Centre Hts.
Entrance ou centre Htreet, Oltlou huuri, U
u li u. in. I to 6 p. iu.
'r prK. "HALL. Deuttst, AshUhqla
Ohio, Olllee Centre street, between
M ii In and Pa rk. HM.
P. K. GOOD, Wholesaleand Heall Dealer
lit all kinds of Coal, aud Lumber, Hewer
IMpe of all slacH. tUIlce and yard at Center
street ratlmud crniNliitf, AshUihula. Hall's
shtiiKltis specialty. Pine inmher. still. aMf.
lath, of all kinds. In any mitnllty, at the
lowest prices, and delivered on ears or any
where in Ashtabula. Orders left at the
store ofJ. B. Crosby d Bon will rwteive
prompt attention. I'i20
J. si) tn. KL VTII, Anent for the Liverpool,
Ijoudu A Ulobe InsuranoeCo. ('ash AssetK
over i j,O00,tN)0 Oold. In the IT. H. W,tHMMMi.
(Stoe1 inldars also personally liuhle 11213
W n, flllTl7 importer orHeTPnTlFdwl
Orantte Monumetits. and Manufacturer of
A me r lean Granite, Marble and Htotie Work.
All work Finished In the Best Manner.
Onlncand Work near h- H. A M H. Jepot,
Ashtabula, Ohio. lftwo
lhK KNNON iVN1" machinists and
steam ll Iters, Farniemand Mill Machinery
repaired, and every description of pipe nt-
tlOK done to order At reiutuuHble prices.
Hiop at w naruur. sun
DfttchM. rteaiDl of tie: aw
00 Tor 10. Tu Im itiniM f elTdj Js
LaiKrl Watq. I!mi rarrv naa Ji.'i
wok tp ;u pockalj Hti ylld St to tit pr
Olmy. Our M-pui IlluitrftUd CtloM o(
Cbranoi. Jawalrj. NoTaitl-l. 8utiuurr. U.
ina a nh nt vh
mi j Ella IJfPH,
AI.'KNTR AND rANVASNKKI
MAKK trolo t-iti tn A VI per wnult .vlllnfe tfOiidt
tur B. O. HlDKiHIT A CO., 10 Biircliiy t
Uvw Yurk, Buud for uuluuu aud tiriu. jjc :4U
f PATCH T3
1 1 trot bd4Im 1 1, tin. Coppar, or Iron
- "IM SQarouUi In ah
ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y
CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th. 1880
(JoliiKHoutli. (iohK North,
Kx. Au'm HUitlonn. k,x. Ae'm
I.. H, it M. H. OohkIiik
... Muiimill lllll ...
. . . A utlnlmrKi
KiM'k Cnifk.. ..
. .Nrw l,yme.
... . IllmiMiflpld
I Ink Meld
A. 4 O. W. II. II. Cr.
..Ilrh'r lllll .
I'jti: Kuriiiii'p. . .
..A lli'if heny
.. ritiMituiKh I
H u.v 7 :ut
II I '.
-J :hll III tt
II III R III
t " 2111
All IruliiH ilully exrppt Wtiniliiyw.
(Jen. rani, and Vidua Agent.
LAKESHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. R.
N It. li.
Mich. KxprrHK h-tivcw Hulhilo at 8.20 p. m.
V:rle ll:-15 a. mM :iMiniiiut 12::ll a. m., AhIiIr.
Iiula 12:."i7 a. iu.. oi!t-va l:lft a. m., I'aliui.
villi' 1:47 u. tn,, .'li'vuliind 2:5llH. in.
Hpcciill ( 'hlniKo Kxpri'KH lnven lllltlfild nt,
12:: a. in., Krle 8:40 a. in., AHliUtlmln 4:.rl,
riilnuHvllluj:4, and arrlveii at Cltwiilanil ul
Il::t5 a. . .
t.'on non nt AiMMitiitiitKtiitliMi lea vpm CminpiHit
alll:ll;'i a. in., A III hoy 11:11, K ItiKHvillP lt:21, AhIi
talmla ll::i.l, Sa liriNik ll:4:l, UvuuvrO:.', 1'alnoH
vllle 7:2.1, und urrtviH at Clevelmul H:lli a. ni.
Toledo KxpriHH leaveH Hulfaloat rt:loa. m.,
Mi; 111:116, L'onnoaut IICOD, Klnnvllle 11:11
Aslituliulii 11:214 HiiybrcDk U:3 Oi'lli'Vu
11:4.1, a. in., PalnoHVlll. 12:lt4, and arrlvew
at Cleveland at l:2fi p. in.
Hpeulnl Ht. I.ouln Kxprens leaves Huiraln
R:lll a. in.. Krle lll:r7, Ahlitiiliula 12:112 p. in..
ralneHvllle V2:m, and arrive, at Cleveland
l:4i, p. in.
Kiitl. Mall leaven hitlta'o at 0;lS a, tn.,
Krle 11:31 a. m., Coiineiiiit 12:18 p. in., Axlita
bula M:M p, m., Orneva 12:1.1 p. ni., ralnt-M.
vllle 1:08 p. in , Cleveland 1:.V, p ni.
Paeltlc KxpreHK leaven lUitliilo 12:15 p. m.,
Krle :o2, Ashtnliiilii ":12, l'lilneitvlMe li:lll,nnd
arrtvoH at Cleveland at 7:6 p. in.
Limited Kxpresn leaves Cleveland S:IIQ a
ni., I'alneMvllle 2:47 a. ni., tleneva 3:l;l n.
In.. Haylirook a-4tl a. in., Aslitubula 8:2X m.,
Coiincuiit :i:.Ml a. in., Krle 4:41' a. m.. and ar
rlvenat Mntliiln at 7:25 a. in.
Atlantic KxiireH. leaven Cleveland 7:80 a. in.,
!'Hint'Hvlllet:2u, ARlitabula :li"i, ConnealitM:2s,
Krle 10:20, and arriveH at Hiitlalo at 1:10 p. in.
Toledo and Hutt'iilo Aceoiiiinmliitltin leave
Cleveliind at 11:1ft a. m., 1'itiiieKVllle 12:.'lri, l;.
neva 1:11 p. in., Hnytmiok 1:20. Anhlaliulu I::I2,
KIliKKvllle l:lo, Ainlioy . Conneaut 2:02,
Krle 8:10, Hllltiilo 7:00 p. in.
Chicago and St. l,ouln KxpveNK leaven Cleve
land at 2:.A p. in., l'nliieiivllle- 8:11, AHhtahulu
1:2:), Krle o;:lo, and arriveH at Hulltilo at8:iiu
conneaut Accommodation leaven Cleveland
at 4:;"nJ p. in., ratneMvllleil:OlMleiievall:l.",.Say.
hrouk ll:."5, AnhlAlllla7:0l, 1:Iiik.svII1c7:I i, Ani
boy 7:21, and arriveH at Conneaut at 7::to p. in.
Special New York Kxprenn leaven Cleveland
at 10:8Tp. in,, l'alneHVillc 11:24, AHlltabulli I2:ir7
a. in., Krle l:tt)and arriven at Uullalo at :1:56 a.
i-iTraliis run by Columbus time.
L. S. & M. S. —FRANKLIN DIVISION
Kroiu and alter Di'C. nth, 1S7U, rannciiKei
Trains will run as follows:
going w EST,
No. I.IW. Kt.
P M P M.
OH City Kast.. 9 05
IJuucilon.. .. 3 00
f(Jll City West 1 57 4 20
1 Menu I 40 4 00
Hull 1 44 8 47
1 Krankllu I 8H 8 ai
Summit 1 a 2 07
tPolk 1 18 I 50
illaymllton.,.. 1 07 I 82
Hiitidy Lake 19 ig 1 00
JHtoueboro 12 50 II 45
'ranch 12 15 II 87
Clark 12 01 11 14
1 lladloy 11 58 10 68
nalem 11 80 10 20
AlinisH 11 80 10 10
1 Jamestown... 11 14 -0 48
Turner 11 us a 20
Simon 10 67 0 05
lAndover 10 8U 8 85
I Leon 10 28 7 48
Dorset. 10 18 7 so
tJelleraon 10 08 8 65
Ori'uits 8 56
Plymouth...;.. 8 47 6 98
Centre street.. a 87
J Ashtabula .... 8 85 6 00
mile to way
fare at the rate of 3 cents per
stations eouuted In even half
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.
IJULLMAN'S best Drawing-room
ami Sleeping Coaches, combining all
modern improvements, are running through
without change from llull'aio, SuhiicuhIoii
Bridge, Niagara Falls, Cincinnati, Chicago
Ui New York, making direct connection with
all lines of foreign and coastwise steamers,
and also witll Hound steainers and railway
lines lor Boston and New Kugland cities.
Hute! Dining Cars from Chicago to NI3w
I No. 8. No. 12 -No. 4
Station.. N.Y. Atlantic Might
I Express Ex. Ex.
Dunkirk L've. 1 06 "p.m. 77Z.
aalainanca.. " 0.15 a.m. 8 86
cllfion 05 i 46 " "7 0.1 p7m.
Susp. Uridgo " 1 15 ' a 00 " 7 10
Niagara Kails " 7 90 ' 9 06 " J 16
Bullalu " 8 95 " 9 60 "
Attica a 211 4 10 ' 10 20
Poruige " 6 99 "
Horuellsvlllo " 11120" t 60 " 1910a.m.
Addlsou... " 19,11 7 60 ' 1 07 "
Itouliesler... " 8 00a M. 4UI1 " U 10P.M.
Avon " 8 18 " 4 40 ' 7 211 "
llatll " 11 82 ' 0 46 11 11 50'
corning 19 5.1p.m. 8 13 1 91'a.m
Klmlra " tl 91 " 8 65 ' 168
Waverly.... " 152" 0 80 1 88 "
Owego " 9 18 " 10 10 " 8 08 "
Ulnghamton " 9 64 " 1100 " 8 44 "
Ureatllend. 8 18 4 19 '
Suiueliauna 8 40 " 11 66 ' 4.10
Deposit " 4 12" 1980A.M 6011 "
Hancoik.... 4 41 ' 108 6 80 '
Narrowsbui'g ' Iliilrl " 99a " n 12 "
Lackawaxen ' 08 " .... 7 80"
HolicsiUia.. Arr 7 46 " II at'"
Port .lei'vis.. JVvtj 7 08 " 8 48 8 15 "
MlddletoWU. " 4 40 " 8 01 "
Oosiieu ' " h 15
Paterson " a t6 " 98,v ill 82"
Newark " H107 "730 ' IS07TV.
Jerscv City.. Arr. 8 55 ' 7 06- ll'io'rii
New York.... " 10 OOP M. 7 95A.M. 1126
Klpre.. Train. I.r.v New Vnrlf
.00 A.M. Clucluiiatl aud Chicago Hay
Express. Drawing Uoom Coaches lo Buf
falo anil Suspension Bridge.
fl.OO P.M. Dully. Kant St. Loul. Express,
arriving at Burfalo 8 00 A. M., connecting
with fast trains to the Went.Northwentand
Soulhwent. Pullman's best Drawing Hoom
'Sleeping Coaches to Buffalo.
MS P.n, Dully. Paclllc Express. Hloep
Ing Coaches and Hotel Dining Curs through
to Chicago without chauge.
7.0U (. m. Emigrant train for the West,
..Ak for Tickets via Erie Hallway; for
sale by all prlnellial ntllces.
JNO, N. AUBU'lT, Oen, rnss. Agt.,
J. 8. Babtlitt, Oen. Nor. Past. AgeuU Bullslo
Mr, Bowen.nf Gun Lake, Mich., savs:
"Tiie people here eannot (In without 'tel
leni' Liver Pills.'" Try litem.
Is il not extraordinary that the first thing
in a bunt is tbe "Issi" and the ursl thing
in the world to cure I)y8peia and biloun
coruplsinis is Stiriiift iilossom.
A. Rochefort, Fayette Mich., writes:
your Kulectrio Oil gives good satisfurlion
in this place, please send me tea dollars
worth by express and oblige.
N. 5. SMITH, 145
Can Hell ISontu ni.il Slioei
1 ItajN nil Ii Ih ;oils for CiihIi.
:t Huh sniiiii i:iiiiHi'H.
SI OIvoh hi ciitlie time to tlio
Joot mill MIkm- 'IVikIc.
7 Jltiy IHrcct from the Miinii
liu'tory. N. S. SMITH,
hoiih why .
C'hi-(i)er It tun any one else:
2 Si-IIh all hlH (Joo.l for ChhIi.
4 Hiiyn morn OixmIh than any
O Has the I.arircut Salen.
135 Oon't TorKi't tho. Place.
145 Main St.
CLOSING OUT SALE
For thirty days we will
from June prices, especially anything in the
We will not stand for cost.
This week we offer Five Cases of
DRESS COODS !
at 20 cents, which arc very much
M e o w Value!
And will well repay inspection.
Ashtabula, July 13th.
i860. Now OPEN ! 1880
.PITTSBURGH FOURTH ANNUAL
Exposition and Fair
AND KKMAIN Ol'KN UNTIL OCTtHJEH tli.
Admitted by all to be the largont and Anostexhlbltfnn ever held in Western Penna,
Trials ol speed on Now Perfect Half Mile Trolling Course.
FAIR NOW IN FULL OPERATION.
Grand couiblnution of ART, 8C1BXVE, MANUFACTURES, HORTICULTURE AND
New Buildings for Machinery, Flowers, Live Stock and
The Bluing Department onder the suptjrvtioii of a coinpeteut ilotul Keeper. BcCreshmenU
fnrnlflied si modorste prices.
Excursions at remarkably low rntcs oil all Itall Roads.
E. P. V0UNG, Ooneral Slanager. J. C. PATTERSON, Secretary.
JOHN D. 1IA1I.KV, Ass't Jluuagcr & CVhier. g -S
sell everything at an
IN FAIlt DEPARTMENT
IN M'KEI) do
IN CUT FiiOAVEIt Uo
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKKAML
OF LYNN, MA8S.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
For all Female Complaints.
Trill ririn.ti-,D. m iu fiunm tttrnlfl. eonotrta of
VftfwUlilf 1'rup .tie Hint tru liArmls.-Hai iu lUn nuMt dl
trto InvaiilfL I tun cm' trUJ tlw mr1U of thlg Com
pound will tm 1 Of.irnlzl,ntrehf ii tmrnntilu, nd
when It nw In rotitlntityl. In nliwty-nin nmn in bun.
rtrM, n-rniniitnirUrtTw ilihoaMiiiiB will Um
tiff. On 'f-onnt of It proren nwrlln. It It today re
rfimmi nie and pracribH th beet pliyilcln la
It will rure en tt rely tlte wojt fr,nn of falllnir
of the uterus, LuacorrlKM, IrrctCuUr uvd painful
lIii4tnitlfJii.BjloorlJiTroijbk, lnflunnuU!. ml
l'iriTtton. "lwHlIrijfi, all IMflaopinenU and ttw con
acqrjnt apltial wwkiieR ruul U nirlally adaptjxl to
the CliniiKf of IJfe. It wilt dlwnlve and eit4 tmnor
fn.ni Itie uu-ruoln an early fUure of dcTctopment. fha
lntl'n'T' to cnwroui bumon there Ii etwekftd very
fliwihty l,y Iu . e.
In furl It hu pmri-d to N th (rn
an 1 but rrrm-.tr tliat baa ew lv-n dleoer
rd. It irnK4at-M vrerj portion of tbe rytn, aixl
nw llfeand rigor It remfii faJntnw.ratuk'Dry. da
rt n.ya atti-rarlnif for atlmolanu, and f lier. -a walcnti
of the atomai'h
ltcurwUI(tinir. ntadarhe. Nerrraa Prortratl. a
(h-nrrnl IX-hillty Klw-fl. unum, U-prwwlca i.o Jndl
irrrtton That filing of bearing down, raarin patn.
w ljrht and twvk.vtv. la aJwaya nerrnjitvntly rurt by
lUUsie. ItwlI)atalltlinea,aaduQdTail rlrrnnutwi
v4. tt't In htu-muny with llie taw that gurerus tb
Fur KidJicyCumplaiiita of either trz thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prviHwd at 2ra and 2K Weatern ATi-nue, I,ynn. Slaw
I'rk-4'41.00, Hu txtttlca for $5.00. Btiit by mail in tlie
lonncf t'lllx. bLm In tlie Torra of Loientri, on reci'4t
of pri-, tl.uu, )er Imjk, for either. Mr PLNKUAM
fnxlyaniwiriJftaiKttfniof Iciulry Send for pain
plilft. Addre an alKire 3tent'nn thit jxtprr
No family fboilliUna wllhoot LYDIA E. PIVk'flAM'
L1VKR l'ILL.1. They cure Constlpailoa, BtLuiuuea
JiOTorpliHty nf tlte Livr U venuper ttox.
8trnn', Cn1h A Co., f.tn'l Atrentn. Ck-vrJond, O
Sold by A. K. Tburhi-r A Co., Afhtabiila, O.
A Compound Tlnctur of the most valu
oblo remedies known to the medical
profession, prepared upon strictly
p h a rmaoeutloalj) r I nol p les.
An eTperfenro of twenty-rira yean pro ft bo
t!i i crtaUt Antidote to Malaria and ail oliiv Ajfua
l&.l icni cfl knomi to the world.
Tlio only allif n lor all AflVrtlotlB of the
Jti.Inpyi. In IJvcr Complniul l)Nitcp?iia.
( .1 lihordrm uf tbe Bowclf. and alf A (it c
l.'.iilH of till) Til rout Bud IiUiiKNt it U rsu"':tr
t iriont, -hi)o u a rumwly for complaint peculiar
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Ill 6 4J Thorn Hill
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06 7 17 tUoulburg
1 11 7 Ho lirookllcld
S 17 7 52 iTvrruil lllll..
J 24 8 tm Kowler
11 11 8 Hi Ijitlmor
2 48 8 51 IKlUKiunn
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2.i9 8 : 1W. Wiusf 'Id.
S 10 10 00 J Andover
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10 86 Pittsburg Ii ...
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X Telegraph Stations.
0. W. Weltxirn. M. I).. avs: "I have
founil your llutk and Iron (Nichols & Go's)
useful in aneainio patients, and prescribe
it in convalesenoe from levers. It excites
appetite and vitalizes l lie blood."
Tn all cases of ereuerul debility. Nichols
& Co s Bark and Iron is confidently reoom-
nienucu as s sale ana sullluient remedy.
"Whul's the matter, John?" "0, a big
non.- well, wny don't you take 'Dr.
Lindsoy s Blood txiareher, and be cured 'f'
The chairman of. the Senate Pension
Commilte is a Itebel General.
The amount of lumber and fuel brought
from the Watson flats surprises .very one.
In population, Ohio ranks third in the
lis! of Htates. Illinois is only l.'IV,309 be
Though our importations are on a pretty
free s ale, gold continues to pour into the
country from Kun pe with torrent force.
The contribution to the population of
the country from immigration, during the
month of Anput. vm n.yaxi.
The public debt reduction for August
was 12,000,000. Don't we need a change?
Hcsuinption repeal, inflation, or something
else with rromi of relief?
Will not the patriotism of some our
Northern Ivefiublieans lie quickened by the
bluster and threats of the Solid South
tbe Hamptons, the Toombcs, the Lamar's,
Hcv. R. 11. jlurlburt who ran against
Garfield for Congress in 1874, lives in Iowa
and is stumping it for Garfield for the
White House. The State, he says, is good
for 50,000 majority.
Gen. Ben Butler made a speech at Fan
euil Hall the other day. and the Demo.
cratic papers say that 5,000 Democrats
were on the street unable to get in and do
Western butler had been recently re
ceived in New York iu ordinary 50 pound
packages, increased in weight to 50 or 58
pounds by adulteration with powdered
Vermont leads in the September elec
tions most gallantly. The Republican
majority is over 2-5,000. She proposes to
make a solid Xorih without the aid of
bull-whips, shot guns or white line organ
izations. The one hnudred or more commodious
hotels in the city of New York are said to
be crowded just now, as they have not
been since the war. The landlords are
overtaxed and astonished at the pressing
demands upon fhotn.
The bundling elforts of engineering at
the Hudson river tunnel, have thus far ac
complished nothing iu the way of recover
ing the twenty bodies of the workmen
there buried in the mud und silt of the
accident of .Titlv 21r.
The object of Hancock's nomination
was to capture the soldier vote but the
campaign is not taking on that aspect, and
it really seems as if the gentle Hancock
was wasting his opportunity. Is there not
danger that be and his mission may prove
The Democratic party having failed to
repeal resumption in 1870, at the instance
of Gov. Hendricks, our Greenback friends
should see to it, that this important meas
ure shall be deferred no longer. A con
stricted circulating medium is what ails
the body politic.
It really looks, from the reading of some
of the provincial Democratic papers, that
really all the Republicans were turning a
short corner und going over to flaacock,
and all this in the face of the fact that
Uuiicock has never opened his mouth, and
probably could not turn one hair white or
bluck, if he should.
Mr. Norihway was greeted with a tre
mendous meeting at Greensburg, Pa., on
the Hist ult. The court house proved too
limited for the acsommodalion of the
crowd, and an adjournment was had to
the opeu air where 5000 people were en
thused with a ringing speech, which Mr.
X. knows so well how to make.
A project is on foot for a ship canal
through tho peninsula of Cape Cod, for the
purpose of connecting Buzzard Bay and
Barnstable Buy. The channel will be 7?
miles, and tho stuck is $8,000,000 New
York capital. - It will savo 90 miles, or
eight hours between New York and Boston,
and avoid the dangers of crossing Cape
The 6,500,000 acres of French vineyard
are no longer able to supply the home de
mand for wines, und France has actually
become a wine importing country. An in
sect pest liAs so lessened the ciopas almost
to break down this one of the most ex
tensive and profitable industries of that
The Valhy Virginian, located at Staun
ton, the editor of which dared to follow
Wade Hampton iu the faithful report of
his speech on the 20th ot July, who felt
that liis independence would be sustained
in bis section, Is now, we hear, beginning
to suffer the consequences of that inde
pendance, In the efforts of his Democrat
ic neighbors to prejudice his business in
terests. Capt. J. B. Burrows, of Painesville, who
drew up the indictment agaiust Garfield,
some six years ago, is doing yoeman's la
bor upon the stump in the campaign.
His labors in the district are well calcu
lated to undo the influence then brought
to bear against him. While at Chardon
the other day, he met tho queries ot au
anti-Garfield Democrat iu the most em
phatic, way "That in his oonvictipns,
there was nothing in the character or rec
ord of Gen. Garfield unfitting him to be
the leader of the glorious old Republican
party in this canvass. He had not only
outlived the opposition in his own district,
but won tbe confidence in his integrity, of
the leading men of both parties.
It is the testimony of the Cincinnati
Commercial, as well as that of the Now
York rrtiune after having tried the ex
periment that it is impossible to be inde
p. tidant in polities. The Commereal says :
"We find the persistent existence of the
Democratic party organization, as th. rally,
ing point of the elements of evil the great
difficulty in the way of independence of
parties in journalism. Th. Democratic,
party eiists without principles that it is
possible to define, and, therefore, it has no
good reason for being. If it could lie put
out of the way and parties organized with
reference to questions of general policy or
details of administration, there would be
room for indeiendent action." Yet the
A'ew-M man Eijwriences no difficulty in
printing such a paper: for one week he
makes taffy for the Republicans and the
Kdn. Tel: As the following proposition
was sent to the Ntirt last week, and failed
to appear, il is sent to the Telegraph,
Ed. Ncirt: That good conscience of
yours which stands so much in the way of
your making money by publishing the acts
of '.he Southern bulldozers is so rare a
commodity in this region we think it would
make an interesting show. If, therefore,
yon will send it along here we will place
it on exhibition, at our own expense, and
divide the profits with you. Pack it in
cotton and send it as soon as con
North Kingsville, Sept. 15, 1880.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
writir.g Angust 4, reports the casualty list
of the Department in collecting the reve
nue in the South as follows:
"During the past four years a well-sustained
effort has been made to suppress the
ellicit manufacture and sale of whisky and
u0acco in a number ot districts in the
Southern States, where, for many years,
these practices had been rife. During that
period thirty-eight hundred and seventy
four illicit stills have been seized, and
seven thousand and seventy-eight persons
arrested for illicit distilling, and, I regret
to add, that twenty-five officers and em
ployes have been killed, and fifty-five
wounded while enforcing the laws in this
This is the nonsense that is to stop when
Hancock is elected. That is to say, it is
assumed in the South that there will bo
no attempt to collect the revenue.
Following is the Greenback County tick
et: For Sheriff, T. W. Jackson of Austin
burg. Auditor, A. Li. Mrongot Asntabula.
Recorder, N. B. Johnson of Geneva.
Co. Surveyor, A. E. Stevens of Trum
Co. Commissioner. James Nevison of
Infirmary Director, J. B, Beach of Mou
roe. Coroner, J. D. Bugbe of Ashtabula.
J. D. nulbert of Ashtabula, Nelson '
Maltby of Geneva, Wm. Nelson of Trum
bull. J. B. Beach f Monroe, M. Brettelle
of Morgan and H. H. Austin of Austin-
Durg, were appointed Central Committee.
Tbe Sentinel has found out that the
Culver House at the L. S. station is one 0
the best houses in the county. No one
questions this who has ever tried it.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
THE MAINE ELECTION—SOME REFLECTIONS ON
OUR UNCIVILIZED MANAGEMENT OF OUR
CIVIL SERVICE—HOW IT WRONGS THE INDIVIDUAL
AND THE NATION.
From our Regular Correspondent.
The news from Maine has created a con
siderable panic among the office-holders in
Washington, and the panic was no doubt
extended to every Federal office-holder in
the country. The number of office hold
ers, of all grades, throughout the Union
may be stated iu round numbers as one
hundred thousand, and, estimating that
each one has dependent upon him for sup
port fire persons, a change in tbe national
administration will throw a half million
ot persons out of house and home, and re
duce the larger number of them to a state
of actual waut. The time will come when
the American people will look back with
horror to their permitting or authorizing
the agony of suspense and anxiety, in
which lens of thousands of persons In their
employ pass tbe six months previous to the
Presidential election. The mere barbarity
of the thing, even if it worked no injury
to the State, ought to condemn it in the
eyes of any christian, or even civilized
people. No government which allows an
efficient aud upnght servant to be tortured
before every election, in order to make the
politician's game more exciting, oucht in
our day to call itself enlightened. But if
the injury to private interests will lie
great the injury to public interests will be
incalcuable. What great house, mercan
tile or manufacturing, could survive the
discharge of all its skilled and tried as.
sistants, and their replacement by those
who are utterly without experience, anil
whohave no natural oreducutional qualifica
tion for the intrinsic work to be performed.
There is no reason why the immense civil
service of th. United iiales should not- be
conducted on plain business principles,
and that tbe tenure of office should be as
stable as in the army and navy. The conn,
try would actually suffer less frotu a com
plete change ot rank and tile in the mili
tary and naval services with every political
change in the administration, than it will
sutler from a change in tho civil service.
Our military and tiiivtil services aro insig
nificant in comparison with our civil ser
vice, and the duties of the former require
no more in the way of special adaptation,
study, and technical skill than the latter.
It is easier, any time, to pick out from the
masses a guod liuiiau lighter than one
qualified mentally, morally and education
ally for the responsible, clerical and semi
judicial work that is required in the land
ofilce; in the patent office; in the customs,
revenue, and pension bureaus; iu the man
agement of forty thousand post offices
in short , throughout au immense service,
affecting, directly or indirectly, the busi
ness interests of fifty millions of the most
progressive people in the world. The
Jacksouian motto in politics to the victors
belong the spoils would long since have
wrecked us had it not been for our won
derful progress in wealth and prosperity,
and, since the immense increase of our
civil service, every change of the adminis
tration must bo attended with daubers
similar to thoso of a revolution.