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Friday Morning, Oft. 2, 18HO.
Republican National Ticket.
Election Tuesday. November 2, 1880.
OK.V. JAJII'iM A. OAIU'IKLO
ji:n. i iii;sti:u A. aktiil'k,
OK NKW VOHK.
J.ct every voter ilcpnait his vote on Tuts
tl:iy next. I,-t not a vole lx lot.
The ninj'or of Nile." Wm. Davis life
long DfinoeiAt is tiinong the fiVpper.-,
wlio are go'wff for GurnVM.
IJe at liome on election tlay, vole early
anil then work for the caitae. Let no one
he overlooked or forlten.
Key. S. W. Dickinson and M. 0. Dick are
delegates to the National t'ounail to be
held at SI. Louis in Nuvemher. Sentinel.
.lohn riherinan'8 autib of Wade Iiamp
ton and his hint at pistols and coll'eo for
two, must havo chagrined the Columbia
Let the charge he general all along the
lines, on Tuesday next. The solid South
has been fecotehed. Let the wriling tail
have its quietus in the next Htrtiiftjle..
needier says that decent people, can
have very little respect for a party that
goes about employing dirty fellows to
get down on their bellies to write. 329 up
on the side walk..
The N. V. Tribune giyes the clue
"President Garfield," and says he will
carry 2!!1 of the DCD Electoral votes which
mettles a suld North, nmugre Wudu Ilninj
ton's 1!)H from the solid South.
Let the !J2U literature share tli. same
grave with Morey and the author of th
Lynn letter. No tissue ballots aee nyces
sary to bring this about. An honest ballot
from every Republican will do the work.
II ANI'OI K FOR (iAHKIKI.nl A little tOTIl
in Delaware Counly, N. V., casting (100
Voles gives a miijorily fortho Ifepublican
Oiiuse, and expects to beat their majority
of 1(1, last fall. So, Hancock will go for
General llaneock'H status upon the tar
iir reminds us of the young school master,
who in his examination was asked wheth.
er the world was round or flat, replied that
he was prepared to tench either way. to
suit the parents.
When Hancock was nominated the New
York Sun urgently advised him to throw
his pen away and keep his mouth shut.
lie did not lake the advice, and tlio Sun
now frantically calls upon him to "return
his goose-quill to the. original goose."
The results of the October election nro
not reassuring for ultimate victory, and
English's purse strings relax slowly and
tilings languish in the Ilooslcr Slate.
Having taken the wolf by the ears it Is
about as dangerous to let go as to hold on,
so go lu, mil.
The last rally of the campaign in Con
neaut was on iiiu evening of the 20lh, and
was add rased by Hun. S. A. Norlhway up
on which occasion Ihe speaker is saiil t.i
have mot the expectation of his hearers,
and the dvmamls of his own fame. Con-
neaut will no doubt bo heard from.
The voters of the country often being
taunted by such blatherskites as Wade
Hampton with the changes wrung upon
the "Solid South," have deliberately come
to the conclusion of pitting lor the see
time a solid north against a solid south.
Tho result of the first Btrife can hardly he
orgutten, and that of the second is not
likely to bu much less deeisivo.
Hon. (leu. K. Kdmonds, lias been re
elected to ihe LI. S. Senate from Vermont.
Perhaps no member in that body hat done
o much in the fifteen years of his connec
tion witli it to give its proceedings a savor
Of justice, wisdom and efficiency, ills
profound Irarning, his untiring Industry,
his courage aeeuman, wit and genuine elo
quence, have won the respect and admira
tion of the world.
What the Democratic party will do after
the Niivemlwr elections, is a problem,
which the wisest and shrewdest politicians
of the South are uniible satisfactorially,
to dispose of. Tho parly will in all proba
bility have lo get along without tho solid
vote of the Solid South. It cannot be sup
posed that 1IIH Electoral votes will be
mortgaged to a party continually led on
to defeat and disaster.
That bullwhip and shotgun practice
may have done something for Indiana ami
shown seecsh something of the error of
his ways. When the poor negro could not
help himself but yielded his back to the
bastinado, there were no bowels of com
passion for him, but new that his vote
counts in Indiana the Solid South is
reached in a vulnerable place mid the ne
gro is a man in spite of halo and malig
Enterprise might find a profitable field
In buying up hickory poles for what they
are worth for campaign purposes and sell
ing them for their value as stove wood.
Our overture is still goml for a considera
ble quantity. The musters might be coop,
ed up and put ill order for another cam
paign. The three square tailed Irish chap
that surmounts the corner Drug store
might bring a premium, if there aro any
Irish Democrats left at that time.
Another Railroad project Is up. It is
proposed to huild a road from Pittsburg to
Chicago, via Ymingstnwn and Akron to be
called the Pittsburgh, Y'oungslown and
Chicago road. Wm. H. MC'reery, well
known as having been connected with the
A. Y. & P. project is to bo one of the lead
ing projectors of this enterprise. The
route proposed is down tho Ohio Valley,
up the Reaver and Mahoning past Youngs
town, Warren and Akron anil on to Chlca-
I'ltlLir Hinki.e, Dead. Cincinnati has
lost a valuable citizen ill the death of Mr.
Philip IIinkle,Oct.2flth. Mr. Ilinklowas
a liberal friend of education and his ef
forts, Influence and purse wero ready for
the advancement of every good cause.
He was intimately identified with the
Bethel charity, and was an officer and fast
friend of the Western Female Seminary at
Oxford, Butler county an itiHtitutio'n that
carries light and the principles of the
cross to Ihe ends of the earth.
These are most adverse times for our
Democratic friends. No phase of forgery
or fraud helps them invention fails.
Tne consistence of that slough of despond
that they have been floundering ill only
lets (hem in a littlo deeper at every expedi
ent. Their chief comfort now is in blus
tering predictions. Of this no Democrat
was ever deprived. Warpaint and feath
ers will no doubt be the next resort, and if
this fails there is nothing left but to go
under in hopeless vexation and despair.
Fricker should see that his braves aro put
in the best trim for the last struggle.
Ut'stNKss. Among those who stand com
mitted of forging the Lynn letter impugn
ing Garfield's record, is one Win. Dickson,
who asserted that he could produce a let
ter post-marked like the facsimile of the
envelope said to have contained the al
leged Chinese letter. In answer to the
assertion, the following card from the
Washiigton Post-master was published on
the 20th inst:
"If Mr. William Dickson will produce a
letter hearing the postmark ofthe Washing
postofflce of a date in January, WHO, that
is identical with that on tho alleged Oar
field Chinese letter, I will pay him $ 100
for liis trouble. Ijet us have an end to the
nonsense and come down to business.
D. B. AINGER.
What can have become of all those Re
publicans who were just going over In
squads and processions to the Democrats
before election? Such a storm of "Hop.
pern" made somo of us almost tremble at
the thought that there would hardly be a
corporal's guard left to sustain Republican
principles when the 12th day of October
should arrive. Did they vote? If so, how
arc we to account for the falling ofT of
Democratic numbers? Our friends of tho
Standard must have been greatly deceived
or drawn the long bow for effect. If Dan
in no more of a seer in the Democratic
Israel, he cannot sot himself up as an ora
cle of the party, If the party is to be be
lieved. Tim Fokubr Under Arhkht. Evidence
sulucient for an arrest for the forging of
tho Lynn, Chinese letter, was secured on
the 27th, against one Kouward Philp of
Brooklyn. He was taken to polico head
quarters and partially examined, and the
letter submitted to several exports, by
whom the charge was sustained. The
prisoner was put under bonds for $3,000,
anil an adjournment had until 11 a. m.,
Ihursday last. Joseph h. Paine, expert
of hand-writing for thirty years; Albert F.
Soulhworthexpert for more than twenty
years; and Daniel T. Ames, export for
twonly-llvo years, all testified that, after a
careful examination, in their belief the
letter was unquestionably a forgery, and
that it was written and signed by Ken-
While our friends the Democracy of
the South have established their reputa
tion for the practice of every species of
violence uud fraud for carrying the solid
South, the party at tho North not daring
to defy the civilization of tho section, in
bloodletting, resort to forgery and false-
hood to accomplish their ends. The forg
ing of the Lynn letter, shows what might
be expected il the morals of tho North
would tolcrato the extreme practices of
the Solid South. No sitc.lt person as II.
L. Morey lives now, or baa lived in Lynn
lor tun years, and no such organization as
the Employers Union has ever had un ex
istence in tho sumo place, so far as is
known to the oldest Inhabitant. Tho forg.
cry has no basis.
The Democracy are proverbial for their
blundering and that, too, when they are on
the eve of success. Wade Hampton should
be credited with furnishing his opponents
with somo of the best campaign thunder
that has been fulminated since itBopening.
That speech at Staunton on the 20th of
July, has been used with stunning effect
Remember how Leo and Stonewall Jack-
son would have voted, &o. Then the
empty bragadocia about the 1.18 votes of
the Solid South has sunk deeply into the
mind of every patriotio voter of the North
and these two bits of tomfoolery have had
their full offect in making many a vote in
the North more solid fused and cemented
by sucli inconsiderate folly from tho
inoiitns of such empty vaporers as these
Hampton, Hills, &o.
Johngee Thompson, as he Is called, is In
about the situation slutuwisothut our lead
ing representative Democrat Is townwlso.
With ull their preteiislon and declaration
and dancing about there is no correspond
ing evidence of success. Everything is
going awry. Democracy Is going under
Assumption and confidence don't amount
to anything, and the foundation of the
party is shifting sand. Thore is every in
dication that the party will, in November,
ho whipped out of Its boots, and failing In
this coining election there is little hope
for regaining power for years to come
The wind sits in the wrong quurter, and
all the blood and violence that has gather
ed upon the head ot the party is inevitably
going for nothing; power is receding,
anil hopeless despair and disappointment
is Ihe only inheritance of the poor, old
hulk. Tho moral of the whole Uiiug is
too much "Solid South."
Catholicism is about to make itself felt
in tho city of New York. The nominee
for Mayor is a Catholic a friend of .lohn
Kelley and IJishop McCloskcy. The large
disbursement of $1,000,000, which nro an
nually spent upon the common schools of
the city, aro disbursed by the Roard of Es
timate and Apportionment, consisting f
the Mayor, Controller, the President of
the Hoard of Alderaian and President of
tho Board of taxes and assessments. Kel
ley is to bo continued as controller, under
previous bargain. With nomine Grace and
Kelley both Catholics, and tho President
of the Board of Aldermen will almost in.
evitably he a Catholic, which will make
three members of this faith out of the
four. This is attracting attention and
ssine little apprehension, and the Prosiest
ant clergy of the city aro giving discours
es upon tho subject, and the daily journals
are writing up the matter. In his lette
of acceptance, nominee Grace savs, "I be
lievc that the common schools, established
by tho people and esteemed by tlicm as
their richest inheritance, should be main.
tamed inviolate, and I shall approve lib
eral appropriations for their support."
Now its Louisiana that hus her back up
and shaking her fist in the face of
of the National authorities. The law
plainly declares that the registration of
voters shall ceiwe ten days before election
in ordet to give lime for revising the list
THE CENSUS AND APPORTIONMENTS.
The Census llurcau is making rapid
progress in summarizing the results of
the work done by the over thirty thousand
enumerators employed last summer. Dela
ware is the first State to be completed, but
several others lack only a few districts,
and their totals will soon be announced.
Geiicrnl Walker says that he hopes to have
tables showing tho whole population of
me country ready to transmit to emigres
when it meets in December. This will be
months earlier than the results of any
previous census were made up, and will
render It possible for the present Congress
to make a reapportionment of Represen
tatives for the next ten years. Heretofore
it has been so long after the census was
taken before returns were completed that
the work of reapportionment necessarily
went over to the next Congress after the
one that was in existence when the enum
eration was made. If the Republicans
should elect a majority of the next House.
the Democratic majority ill the present
House might think they could gain some
party advantage by making the reappor
tionment themselves. There would be
really, however, little that they could gain
except Hint they might make the fractions
which are generally left over after divid
ing the population of u Stato by the basis
of representation count in faver of Demo
cratic rather than Republican Slates.
The arranging of districts to correspond
with tho new apportionment is made by
the State Legislatures, and from the pres
ent indications tho Legislature of every
Northern Slate will have a Republican
majority and thus prevent the Democratic
schemes of gerrymandering.
NATIONAL COMMITTEE'S ADDRESS.
At a recent mooting of the National Re
publican Committee in New York, the fol
lowing address was issued. It is a uood
resume of the work done just Tuesday in
vmii hihi jiiuiaua.
To the Republican voters of the Union:
The elections of Tuesdav. last f I I'll r I v
show tbut with continued anil sy.sUmatic
t'lionB, me iU'puhiican triumph in Novum,
ber will ho comnlcle nnd ovrviiilmhn.
Our plurality in Ohio is about 22,000, tt
iiitfa gain 01 o.uuuover the exeeptimmlly
large plurality of 1879. while thn doi-titm
of fifteen or twenty Congressmen pives us
" Kin 01 six niemuors. uur plurality in
Imliana reaches about 7.000. heinc a eain
of 21.000 upon the Democratic plurality of
1H78. In tho Lcgisluture we have a ma
jority of fourteen, in contrast with tho
imocratio majority of 20 in the last
IjeislHturo, thus ffainiiiK a United States
Senator. Of thirteen Congressional Dis
tricts nino have ben carried, making a
Ki oi in roe memoers.
The result in each state and especially
in Ohio, is a conclusive answer of (he twn-
ple to the fulne and malignant assaults up
on the personal character of nr candidate
for President, which has thus far been the
principle weapon of our opponents and
has been indecently and shainclesHly re
peated in an addrens this day published by
their stunned and demoralized National
Committee. Both these victories . are the
result of a spontaneous uprising ofthe peo
ple in favor of patriotic principles, en
lightened legislation and goud government.
That is Indiana has been won in sniin or
the lavish expenditures of money by the
uomocraiio canumate lor Vice I resident,
who was nominated solely for that pur
pose, and by eastern emissaries, who in
IH7U vainly attempted to purchase the
Presidency, and have recently traverstd
that state, shouting against, and yet at iie
same time perpotratring frauds mad nos-
sible by the loosest election laws 'jxisling
in any state in the Union, and which wero
purposely retained in force by Democratic
It is apparront from these results, that
if the Republicans would relax no exer
tions, every Northern state will ohooo Re
publican Presidential electors, while it
is not improbable thut some of the South
ern states will give their vote for Garfield
and Arthur. Of the seventeen members
necessary to muke tho next House of Rep
resentatiTos Republican, eleven are al
roady gained in Indiana, Ohio, Oregon,
Vermont, and the full result is reasonably
certaiu to give a majority. Six Senators
are necensaiy to make the Senate with tin-
V ico rresiUunt, Kepubltcan. These will
probably be received froia the states
of Ohio and Indiana (already gained) and
from Pennsylvania, New York, New Jer
sey and Connecticut yet to elect. Thus
with the inauguration ot uartieiii and Ar
thur all branches of the government are
likely to become Reuubliu&u once more.
The Republicans however, need to be
reminded of the growing danger. The
disappointed Democratic leaders will not
shrink irom desperate acts to prevent lull
Republican successes. Thuy have majori
ties in both Houses of Congress, claim
full power over tho Anal President ial
oouut, and have stoadily refused to give
peacetiu anu oniony decisions or doubt
ful results. Let no possible effort be
'pared to make the Republican ma
jority in the Electoral vote so largo as to
avert the penis of a disputed count; the
majority in the next House ot Uepresenta
tives so decisive thut thoir can be no con
flict in its organization. Bv unn'initiiug
exertions such as have secured tho bril
liant achievements in Ohio and Indiana,
the Republican party can defeat the pur
poses of the reactionists, who. in order to
gain political power and patronage, are
wiiuug to unsettle the result of the war
for the Union, cliaiie the linancial and
vetiuo pulley t-f tlm ( -overrun. 'lit, derange
the Nn I if n ul currency and j''p ndize the
thriving Imsine injeivsir tit ihe cumin.
Republican nucces will, 1 1 it Ihe nlner hand
tiiuily establish thmught the country a
free and honest ballot, protection to life
ami property, well paid nnd contented
labor, aetivily in alt agricultural, munn
fticturiug, meclismciil and commercial
pursuits and will make the. inmates of our
Union prosperous and powerful beyond
those or any oi her nation.
lly order of the Committee.
MARSHALL JEWELL. Chairman.
MARSHALL JEWELL. Chairman. THE NEXT CONGRESS.
Albty Krvning Jonnutl. The large
nnd almost unexpected guilts of Republican
Congressmen in Ohio and 1 1 id i una show
thai, Willi proper exert ion in oilier S'c
tion.s ot the country, the Republicuns cmi
necuie the control of the -next Ibnine of
R'pn Jentittives. The present Moue n
comp -seil of );il Republicans, 1(0 Deino
era is, 4 Oivenbucli'irs. :J (ireet.bmk Repub
licans 8 Ureeti.i.ick Democmis nnd one in
dependant. Clii.-sifyiinr t hese necoiding
to their votes on Naiioiml issues, ihe pres
ent House may be (airly considered, as
standing; Republican l'-2, D''fnociiis. or
opposition, K8. The majority uniusi ihe
Republicans is nml a train ot only 12
me u i hers i neciLd Insecure ft uuij.riiy in
the Korty-feveuth Congress.
Five Slates lmv ,i!re.idy clio-'en their
represent atl.es IndUim, .Maine. Ohio, Or.
egon and Vermont, At the election in Or
egon in June the Republican elected their
member of Congress, making their first
gain. Maine and Vermont reelected sub
stantially the same delegulinn in Septem
ber, the only change being a Mraiglil R
publican in Ihe Thud Yermo.it lu-trict in.
stead ol a (lieenb'.ck Republic, in. InOhio
both side-, a g I hat IK- d. legation will be
Colllpo-ed of lilieell R, pub! !liis and flee
Democrats, a Ri-pubicaii gain of six. In
ludi.iim ihe Republicans; ; p ear to havt
elected eight members, 'while some claim
one mote. The gain accordingly, will bo
two, with a bare possibility of three. The
it nl Republican gain is, therefore, at leii-l
nine, within three of th nninier uecessat y
to obtain a major it y. Tins fact should
spin every Republican on to redoubled
work bet Ween now and November. Tue
now rcnreenled by republicans
should be retained, while ceiy exertion
should, be made to .ccu:c the douhtful dis
tricts. The elect ion of a it- publican Pres.
idetil and a Republican House of Repre
sentatives seems asured, and nothing hut
shameful indiifereiice can prevent Mich a
The choice of a Republican Legislature
in Imliana is also generally conceded.
This will i.isnie ihe .selection of a Republi
can succcSMtr to Senator McDonald, and
makes the complexion of tho Senate a
mutter ot doubt. That body now stands
thirty-three Republicans forty-three l.-m-ocrats.
The Senators whose terms of office
expire on the Ub of .March next are Cam
eron, oT VWcoiimii ; Hereford, of West
Virginia; Withers, of Virginia: KdinundH,
of Vermont ; Muxey, of Texas; Ihdly of Ten
nessee; lturnside, of Rnode Island; Wal
lace, of Pennsylvania; Thurman, of Ohio;
Kernan, of New York; Randolph, of New
Jersey; Sharon, of Neva. la; 1 adilock, of
Nebraska; Cockiel!, of .Missouri; Rruce of
MisMs-nipi ; McMillan, of Minnesota; Raid
win, o'f Michigan ; Dawvs, ol .Massac!) usct Is ;
Hamlm, of Maine; McDonald, of Indiana;
fines, of Florida ; Da yard, of Delaware ;
Katon, of Connecticut, and Booth, of Cali
fornia. No political changes appear likely
to occur, outMilc oi irdianna, except in
Pennsylvania, Ohio, New orii iSew Jer
sey, Mississippi and Connecticut. Senator
Bruce in Mississippi will undoubtedly lie
succeeded lV a Democrat, ueneral uar
field has been elected Mr. '1'hurui.m's suc
cessor in Ohio, and whichever way the elec
tion goes, the seat will lie occupied by a
Kcpu oilcan, in this Mute we are contldenl
tlial Senator Kernan will be replaced by a
Republican. In tho Senate, which holds
over, the Republicans, have eighteen ma
jority, and it is impossible for the Demo
crats to overcome this in I ho Assembly.
The complexion of the Legislatures of
Pennsylvania and Connecticut last year
gives every roasoti to believe that. Republi
can Senators will be chosen tins winter,
In New Jersey also, tho indications are in
our favor. This would bo a net gain of
Ave Republicans, and would make the
Senate a tie, provided no change takes
place in the body, such as the unseating of
Senator Jveiiogg. i here is a mere possi
bility that ihe Republicans will carry Flor
ida, and gain a Senator in place of .Mr.
Jones. In any even), it will be seen thai
the two parlies will be closely matched in
the next Senate, the Democrats not having
more than four majority, if all (heir claims
prove true, while the Republicans under
the most favorable circumstances, may
nope to obtain a majority o( one.
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spi'i-iul Chlt'ituo Kxiprt' leaven llulliiln ut
t'-'::i. a. in., I'.rie :l:li) a. in., ANhlahula l:'n,
I'uiiiehvilio and ariiVuH al Cleveland ut
'!::! n. . .
Con lien u t Aeeotiiinodallon leavef Cuiineuut
at 'i;n."t a. lu., A inhov -1 1, K i iikhv llle H:iil, Ash
Uhiila M t hi ook ti;i l. (ieiirvn it:.Vt, fui nrt
ville 7:-.'i, and :irrt ve at Cirvflaiid H: lu a. in.
I'ol, -do kxpre-- b'U VfH liuliuioiit il; li ii. in.,
rill.- in:",-,, Coiineuut ln:.", Kluvs-vllle 11:11
Ashtabula ll:2-( Hay brook li;.t.t CJeneva
ll:l.t, a. in., I'aineHvillf 1:A1S, and tu rlven
at Clovelaiul al 1:'" p. in.
Nprelal St, lniilK Kxprei biav4M llulbihi
:10h,iii Krle IH:ft7, Ahhtnhula l'-':0J p. m.,
ralues iib; I2:l", and uri ivef at Cleveland
l:li). p. ni.
I'.t-t M ill leaves llilflaln nt ;1S u, m..
Krl" II: ;l a. in., Coiineaiil li.':l'i p. in,. Ahtio
ulil.':l p, in., f K'lirva l'J:in p. in., J aioes
vtilo i;. m p. in., Cli-veltnid l:"i p. m
i'iii-Klc K'xpresH leave HutbtUi !.':(.") p. in.,
Krie :: 2, Asbbilmia :r.Vl, lainenvillo li.Ol.and
urriven al L'leveliuid nt 7:a'i lu.
(KlIMI v, A ST.
KxpreK leavew '?:"(1 a.
in., I'.tinesville :17 a. in . eneva a.
ni , Snyhrook i:H) jt. in , Ashlahiila H:'J a m..
Conneaiit :t:5U a. in., l-.rle 4:ie a. in., and ar
rives at, ilultnio at 7:J5 a. tn.
Al hint If Kxprehi leaves Cleveland 7:"tna. in..
l;iilieM ille htji), Astihibubi n:u"i, f 'onneiiut
Krie in; i, uud ai rl ves at llultalo at bin p. in.
Toledo and Ituttuio Aeeominodulion leave."
Ch-vehintl ut ll:i"i a. in., l'alnesville 12::t."i, 4e
ni'Vii l:M p. in., Snyhrook 1:20. AMlitnhiila l:i.',
KiiiijsviUe l:l."t, Ambov . Conneaut 2tr2,
hrie l:l'l, HutlnioT:!! p. in.
Clitea'o nnd Ht, I.oiiIh Kxiirevs leaves Cleve
land at J:"r p. in., l'alnesville .'f:ll, AHbtnhubi
Krle ::.'!), and arrives at Itniliilo hLH:iii
Coiineuut Aefominodut Ion lenves Clevfrlnnd
nt l:o p. in., I'uiness illen:en.;eneva li; ., Sny
hrook H: .), Asblabula7:o, K Innsvil le 7: 1 , Am
hoy 7:'J1, ind arrives al Conneaut nt 7: .'to p. in,
Speelal New York Kxpress leaves Clevelanu
at ln::trip. in., Painesville I l:.'-l, Asbtiihula lii:U7
a. in., Krie l:M and arrives at liuttalo at a.
U,Trnlns run by Coluinbus time.
L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION
From and after
Trains will run as follows:
fioiNfi W KMT, (J(IS(I F.AMT.
No. Id W. I't. STATIONS. No. 2. W. Ft.
AM A M 1- M PIT .
7 10 Oil City Mast.. a o.-
7 Ii 1 Jliiietion .... $ m
" is H tci luilCity Wt'l 1 .'7 i 'M
7 ii'A 0 -Hi I Keuo Mi 00
s ito o ;t") Kun 1 -ii 3 17
h 'Tj 1 l-"i ) J Franklin i ;w ;i :t,i
h ill h u"i SuininlL 1 'Z 2 1)7
H -7 S 17 I'olk 1 IK 1 fill
N ;17 0ii7 iUiiVll'ilt'in ... I 117 Al
H ,Vi II RK (Sandy Lako.... 12 ftH 1 00
k .Vi in o-j 1 stone born 1 j "n 11 jr
II "I lu !i llruiieb li! 15 11 .H7
(1 bi II II Chirk 12 IM II It
21 1 II :W t Hndley U .VI 10 Mt
it .Vi VI s Salem II Hit 10 L'K
It :17 12 17 Atnusn 11 :iu H) 111
il IS 12 .0 j.Iuinestown... II II U JK
It "" 1 45 Turner.. II u 9 20
10 i)4 1 10 Million lo ft? 9 Oo
in jo 2 10 t Amlover 10 no 8 3"
lo i'H a o,- i Leon 10 28 7 W
10 :w ;t :rj Horset 10 IK 7 ttti
In W 4 07 fJetlerwon 10 IKl 6 &j
in -.0 Oreuns i m
Jl 07 4 :i" I'lymoutli 9 17 (J 23
11 l- Centre Slreet.. 9 :f7
11 17 5 00 t Ashtuhula .... 0 30 Q 00
AM P M AM AM
J Telegraph Htutloim.
Now Known as
The New York, Lake Erie & Western R.
The New York, Lake Erie & Western R. Abstract of time Table adapted June 21 .1880.
IJULLMAN'S beHt L)rawinj4-rooin
nml Hli'oplnif CoachPH, colnhtntnt? Hll
liKidurii Improvements, lire ruiuiliiK through
ulthiiut rliuni from ItntlUlo. Suxnt'iiHion
llrltlm", Mukhni Fiills. Clnolnnutl, ('lilctiKO
lo.xrw 1 OI'K, 1I1IIK liiir oiri't't COIllU'C'tlOll with
all liluts of lori'lun ttlHl COHStWiHO Htt'tllllGrH.
uiul aiho with Kotintl HtcitincrK nnd ritllwuy
ItiM-H for ItoNton itntl Nttw KtiKlnntl clttps.
lloti'l litnlittf I'ars iiiiu OilL'tiffo to New
No. 8. I No. 12 I No. 4
stations. Is'. Y. Atlutltle Nluht
r.xpress i:x. f.x.
1 oft P.M.
I 4.-S "
a 00 "
4 10 "
4 40 "
II 411 "
8 In "
7 0.". "
7 In "
I M "
II l:i "
II ia "
! i ai'
S IS "
a ih "
4 11 "
4 II "
II VS "
7' 4a " '
7 IW "
7 (M P.M.
11 111 A.M
7 -'0 "
I I M "
1 OS "
a xi " "
a 11 "
4 is "
4 .10 "
5 IKl "
6 .'IU "
10 10 "
11 00 "
la m a. h
1 ou "
s ay "
7 12 "
7 .Ki "
1 1 a "
B 15 '
10 88 "
y t'liy.. Arr.
11 10 A II
Express Trains Leave New York
and t'lileaKO Day
''r'i"". I'lll.lMK lilHIIII vvuuiiu. u. mil.
taloaiul SlisneilMloll ItrlilLra.
O.Dt) .;. Ilallv. Kimt Kt. T.0I1IK R.nrM.
uiiiuiKi.i nuiiaio son a. M.t eonneetliiK
"'hi '. ......IM io tne w ehl, .orthwe.t and
HoulliweHt. I'ulilnan'H hi'Nt Dritwln.. Itiumi
HleeiiliiK lUiaehea lo Hullalo,
7.15 I'. 'I. Hally. l'aeltle Kxpress. Rl.p-
liitfl oaeLewand Hotel DlnliiK 'ur. throtiKh
to I 'hit -aifo wllhotlt ehanie.
T.00 . m. Kiiiluriliit train for the West.
ttAnk for '1'lekelH via Krla Ttallwuv. for
sale hy all prlneli.al othees.
JflO. N. AllllUl i', Uun. l'ass. A!t.,
8. IIAHTLJ.TT. Gen. Nor. Tan.. Auut. llntraio
FA KM KOH 8A.E.
130 ArHKN av : l l t V r. j n
or coed Umlier. (lml .iisarhuwh, youi;
fruit snn water. Numeroiii. buiUllii(.'i. In K"al
repair. Hltusti'd In I'lymonrh, av mile, fruui
AHlttalutlu. Torui. of sslu .w.y. Innulra of
C. K. Mann,
am Emit Athtuhnla
AXOTUICIt LOT OP
JUST KIXKIVKO AT
E. A. WILLARD'S,
OPPOSITB TObT OFFICE.
Druffs & Groceries
THE ERIE STORE.
On Momlny Octolu-r istli, we slmll return to our OLD
INCAUTIOUS uliicli luivo 1)ccn cnliiigcd, iniinovcd, rcnovat
ctl and put in tlm best j)osillo hIiiijio for our ;ng(i and con.
stantly incrc.'ising tradf. Kvcrytliing m-at, dean, light. In
antifijintioii of our improved facilities for handling and show
ing goods we have laid iu extra large lines, nnd nhall haveMn
stock fully thousand dollars worth of HeasonaLle gauds.
All the new styles of Dress goods, Novelties, PJnids, Dress
Flannels, Wool Serges, Hlaek and Colored Cashmires. 2000
yards of I'Oct. ilivss goods. All these goods are secured at
lower prices than ever liefore.
Full line Cloaks and Dolmans in all the new styles.
1 rices range fr oni 5 to hetter goods for less money
than last year. Call early while the assortment is complete.
Shawls are cheap, we show all kinds. Paisly nnd fine Cash
meres Shawls are- a speciality with us, and we make you lower
figures than any where else in town. Heavy Black Silks for
Sacks and Dolmans, Black Silks for dresses. All prices from
7,"c. to $2.r0. Our $2 Black Silk is a big drive. Colored
Silks in great variety. Gimps and Fringes, Buttons and Trim
mings, every thing that is wanted. We are headquarters for
Domestics. Brown and Bleached Cottons are selling very low
some kinds aie lower than ever before. A splendid Brown
Cotton for Sets, and the very best is 7 1-2 and 8. Lonsdale
bleached at Oc. or 8 3-4 by the piece. Langdon 10c. You
never bought these goods as low before. Pillow Cotton 0-4
and 10-4 Sheetings. Prints, Ii cases at oc. Prints 6c. best 7c.
Canton Flannels are selling at the lowest last year prices We
are wholesale agents for Clark's Spool Cotton. Shirting Flan
wh 0rny cheeks, blues, all kinds, and cheap underwear. The
best 50c. ladies Vest in the market better ones nt Go, 75, $1,
and all wool at 1.25 to $2. Ladies nnd gents Scarlet Woo
Underwear. We are selling our scarlet goods just 25c under
others. Ilosery and Gloves of every description. 100 doz.
heavy wool Socks at 25c.
Ladies Felt and Flannel Skirts, Braided, Embroidered and
plain. Water-proofs, Bepellants, Ladies Cloths. Finally, the
completest and most attractive stock of Dry Goods ever
opened up in Ashtabula County. They were bought in
large quantities and low, nnd will be sold .at closer profits
than any of the old style stores dare offer. Call ami look nt
our goods and don't buy unless you find every thing as rep
resented and cheap.
KEPLER & CO.
OF MH. SMITH'S TWO WEEK'S VISIT TO NEW YOHK
Is running' over in every
0win to the rush by the people after bar
gains time hasn't been found to make out a
price list of the many drives offered. Until
such is ready we suggest that you bring with
you the price lists published by other firms in
the county or state who have more time, and
wo will duplicate goods and prices, while in
many thing we are able to how
SPECIAL BARGAINS !
That will do you good to see. Bearing this
in mind will save you money 1
Our display of 5 and 10 Cent Goods is
immense. An hundred and one useful house
hold articles, usually sold at several times the
sum wcask.(Call and save money 1
L W.SMITH &SON.