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in m:u;rr hi it Filtered nt the t'ec.1 (Inlcti III Ashtabula .a Heeontl Claa. Matter. lNIH-.rKMi:T IN AM- TI1INUS. icn r.-ri.-in.j "-T1 1MUCK, i IV ADVANCK, JAMES HI'.KD A SON, riilillMli.TH. ASHTAWrLA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY :$ 1880. Vol. XXXI, No. 31. m WEEKLY Thousands Kyprywherp Flocklnir to aee 0m wonderful 15 TRAINED ELEPHANTS ! AND MlItACLK OP TIIII l(Mh CENTUKV, A HUMAN 1IKINO SHOT FROM A MONSTER CANNON I Majtiaiic -A.1NT But no Change of ownership! No (.hangs In tho iinalrurablo cllieranec ol the Proprietor always to H3CIZII3IT AIjU XXX ADVERTISES ps-lOth Annnal Tour of the World -Fumed, Time-tried, anil universally admitted LARGEST EXHIBITION TIIU Great Forepaugh Show, Will revisit ard exhibit afternoou tod evening, at Ashtabula, Saturday, August 7th, 1880, A Mastodonic Consolidation of 30 distinct ex hi hi lion owned by me during the past 18 years and now roasted Into one ('olnpml Cutili-clrmtlcin, Koiircseiuiii!; a Cash liivualoieul of Two nltll in Dollar all lor a Htutcle Holiday, Ilia float aTTTFEKrUOTTS riX.XD BEAST SHOW IN TUB WOKLU. Great Oirous In Two RiagB ! EVER ORGANIZED, WITH OKR-ET ACTORS! lOO KxtilMu more sUrtllnirand novel featnras, Zolo'lcal novelties, spreads more canvat owns more earn, trorecs. sod nui-u wvervtlilnif, and la the oldest individually uwuud. tented exhibition In the world. T'tf only nxhlbtUoii thai ttver owned anil Performing ELEPHANTS In addition to 1.NX) wi)dbata; Birds. Bftptllen, JUonalef luiiooceron, ea uunm, ronorniuin uioum, iiit, itovinu. imnit rnur Pluoui, UiBclpllucd Moobo. Great uoiiiu of 50 TRAINED ARABIAN HORSE38 And th Flrat and Only Performing GlralTcB evr seon on ihU Coutluent, In the Cu1ona"Plr in xl.litinn to 4ll mala and femal r Id urn: HA Ptunoua Acroharn: a.) l)lrt.nL'uiHlied (ivninnstti: II I dual UIowiim, Pautomtmteta and J oaten; Tralund lloraoa Leaplni; tl.roujfii Fire; Living Wonder from everywhere, Indiana, KalHri and Uottegtota t A 11 mini n Bi'Iiik Urud troin a Monntur Cannon loadttd with powder, and aeut whirlliiK throuvh apnew and c iiitiht by a lady hanuic head downward on the lofty irapea. Thl wonder moving fat performtid at eich exhloltlon hy Motia. Loyal, the -hii man cannon halt." Kirat appuarance of the only Fuuialo Blondln, M'Ue Klla Zuila, who croatna the hitihwlro, tiO feet above Uie head of the audience, blindfolded aud with her (cut uucaaud In rack, and crosaei it carrrli'K A man uix.D tier hark Tbeaefamona piii'l f lliir. cmniirv eninnifd In Europe for tne a. v. .i.(.i.. lulu . tliA rii'tv im oil I" I 1- II. 'ft v -v - . . ...i.i. . ... ..u ,na lit ItriMlllRM tliv Bainw I m lit nil ilfl IiariUtlllH hold I lllf Ion ti,niitirt -miMlora. Tbe nltre hnw raiw.iorh'd on my own Three t'reat Hill) way train. Io-i hol.i th ino.i-ier free Tor all aTHKKT l'HO( ;nhON. By ibl we prtftetbat Hie r.-ai VorepaiiKh Hhnw ia the Greater, of all Or.t Hhows. It mart from the ahow jrnmnd every exbim lion dy, b'rween the hour or U and 10 o'clock a in A.iml-alou 60 cenU; Children uudur 0 yer V6 ceuia. Two exblblliona everv duy, llrst at v.) etrond at 8 p. m , puvlhona open oii hour prevj one Kxrureion Train and reduced inu-f ox nil rHilioiideon lh davof Kyliibillou. Hee email bill urdelaila. Will also axhtbit at PAINKSV ILLK, MONDAV, AUOT8T Oth. ADAM roitEPAUUil, Sole Proprietor. A w-lDB)lrit)((, Marvelous, Grand and IISW SHOW IN THE WORLD, THE ONLY lOO Introduced and Marine Wonders, Lev) i than Hippotamoua areslfata now appear for the :flrnl tlmf before the tlieat Farvimii.'li S'mw.fiT a uniary oi per (1 rl 1 1 K 4 1 1 Ut k N I. SC ' I II at IJliO I. r- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. mtH. fi. MOO I II. itiM-ril iicHinr m try (ifiiMla, ttrtfvvrUw, i'rwktiry anil UImi-h- w-ri ll'HilM iiimI Kiiocm, K-miy-Maiif 1 lorn. Illtf (fHlH IDllI ('Him. ' TMMHM'flH HIKl IKTK, mid Kvmyihlnn u fniiilly n-'! 1' " ;r wenr. .Main nti t'l, Anfiwniiin. ii 1 lj. I",, KlM-kW!ll,f V lIUM'HtllH ItllU IVtT- Lull H.-uh-iH In tlroccrh'H mim! rrovlHlona KrtulHuiHl (iiiiln; Ak'lh Itir Aiinri.-4in hiki Ihilnti I'.xprt'NH t'oinptuilt-a ni ( lfv.'lnd K.-ruhl, Mi.iii ntrft, Ahlitiihul. . II. A K. W. H VAI.P., Iti iilcra In Clutlcc Kumlly itriM-crlfHuinl I'nivl-lonM; nlw, iniro il'i'ci It; nory , iinu the Hih-"U Dnunmor 1 MTrlinii1. (or 1 1 if lirciuiMf khU- nl W t- 1 Ili'M'i ve liulh'i ,( tn-fsi' it n (i in kmi r run, Mitlu ft 11 4, Ahlilnliulu, (fliui. lil iM. Vtl I.KNKIt & NON ix-iih-ra In (inwi-ri'-N, I'l'ovlxIdiiH. Flour, l-il, l fircinti lunl -nii"Ktlf KrultN, H:iM, Mn, riimuT, WntiT-hlmo. Hoi'da. Ac, .Main ftim'i., An- tnhiiln, Mi in. HiiUIIICAi.""lMHrr In Flour, I'ork. 11.1 U.K. 1j, .L Hll.l nil klnlH of Hull : HlM, mi kin-Is of Family l ir.x -Tlf Fr iil himMm- ll. liny. Alt- ami li.int;a. ttinw. I,. TIOIIIIKON. h.iilcr In !ry iiHKl, ) IrocorlpH, llontH niul Mln Hat. Hard warp. 1 'rofkrry, Hi"k 1'alnts, , Ashliiliula, Ohio. J)UUGG1STS. ,TI A1I I I NFU III Kit V. Iruiiifit and Ap'HhiMiiiry.tiinl (ifiitiul luaii'i in Jriif. ,Mi'(Uvlnt.N, w 1 lift anil l.ltiuoit nr ntvtin-u puriMisfH, Fumry and loih-t (kmim Mnin Mlnx'l, uoriior of Ci-ntre, AnhUibnlu, U. MANUFACirUKKS. 1 1LKV M INI F f'O., Maiinrnctnrorii of IjiIIi, HldiiiK, .MouldlnL'H, rhecNf Hoxea, Ac, IMnnltiK. Mt'li-hintr. mid Mcrnwl Knwlnii dmipnti short nolh-c Hlmp on Main "tiri'Ct, (ippiiNltf ttmilh Fnrk, Ashtahulrt, Ohio. ATTORN KYS AND A(iKNTS, . II. HICK AKli. Attorney nt Uiv A N tin y I'ublku. OllUt- lied It end ltl"k AwliUhulu, , Tl , tt II ' F, A Miirni y and CounmM lor fit I,nw nnd Notar I'uhllc, Anhtiibulii Unr lior over post (iltUte. Ktl-U K lilUr. Aiii'Titlmi! All rhdmit for pon- Innn and nddltlonnl bounty in uat he 11 led fore .Inly, ikmi. I'. IS. ri TIIKOM;, Attorney und (.'ouii- m llor uLiaw, 1111U ulury 1'Uhiu:, oppomie FlsU IIdum.1, Ahuih(u, ''it- It W. I ALVIN, Attorney nnd toun- Helor at l.iiw, and NoLurie runnc n-iHi-dVlilm-k. V I. itl. t.tlU "i, JH., Altoriify i iki t'ouiiRt'llor Hi Law, ami Mimry ihihuu "i tlee with Hall llro k, AnhLuhula, O. 1 Jiw JOHN T. KTItON", Aitornuy and Conn Mtdlor at Ijiw, and iNotitry rurjiic. irnee .- Ashtahula loau AHHif:iutlon hiilldtliK. I: ll.ltlLICN IIOOTII, Attoi-my ami I'oiin-n-llor ut Irfiw, AMlilabulu, Ohio. l'i K. It. l,i:of A HI), Atlorucy pI l,nw .u rifr- fon.Ohlo. Ollk'' In thefMimflry nitn-K j i w- TI.UlinVAKK, Ac. ;i. i III IIIIAItO A CO., DeaUih 111 11 aid ward, inm.SUJel ana iaiii(wuvuH, 1 hi IMatf, Sheet lion.t oppei and liu-.aiid Mau-utacturiM'.sori'ln.HhL-et lumahUlJoopei hbi. KIsk'H Itloi-k, A.Hlitahnlii. Ohio, W.k 1'HVblCiANb. Dr. 9. W.ll I HP lilt m. V ..Man.-llc Hualoi, Aalitabula, U. Hesluonce 011 luke hliore Dll. K. illOIINK, Ko!tctic Pliysli-lnn, of- n;e and rfMiience !i aioiy irn. t'ronser h llrlok Hlok. 1'rojirletor of Therupeutlc llath. Oinee liouia 2 to G P. M. Out bual neaa ftirenoona. 1681-tf Dlt. E. L. KINO, i'hyHlolun and isurxeon; olllce tiver Oee Ai ll4Htra'. 1 liave a com plete Met of Dr. lliullleld'M Kiiali.orH, with the exelualve rlglit of Anlitiibum et unity. PhyalolanH are renpeoLfully iiivlieti toi-Hil and examine the iuatrumenlN. oHIol- bourn .ruin 10 u. 111. to 1 p. nt. IteHldunce aoutli oi 1st. Peter a ohuioli. U'M F0CJN1MMES. I'llOUNIX IKON WOhRH f'MMan'r'rH ol hlovuh, I'lowa ami uoiuiuuh, umiow Cap and slllw, Mill Caslins, Kettlt'S, HinkH, HIuIkIi HhoeH. ito., IMiumiIx Foundry, ABhta bula, Ohio. linil CABINET WAKK. IOII IV DUrilO, Manufactuierof and Deal er 111 r Ul 111 LIU B Ol tlie ueMi, o. hufi utionn, uu j every vmlt;ty ; uIho, Ut'nenil Underi,iH ' aud Miuiufacaurer d tJiXltliN to order: -nUll street, nortli ol Houth Publiu Hquure, AhIi tnbulu, Ohio. 41 JEWtifiKUS. AlTlNDI Ac It A HK1N will do nil kind of Repairing ol W ntchea, Cloc'kH and Jewelry, ttt lii7 Main (Street, In room with Carlisle A Tyler. 145-Vly Ul.it. UK KlSON, Jeweler; Itepulr- ing ol all kiudH of W ate hen. Clock h and jn, 1 -v tv r uiivi k House lilock, jeweiry; nioro in ahuuiuui. Aahtabula, Ohio. rilOTOUUAPlIEliS. ULAklhl.i;i; & MOOKK, Phouraph- era mid leaieia Ul l'li,Lurua( UKruvtiiK', ChroiaoH, xe.; ImviitK u lurKe anpply ot uldinKM ol variouw deauriptions, are pn pared lo frame niiyiiiiiitf In the pieture line at aliort nntieu and In the beat style. HARNESS MAKEtt. POliO tc HIIO'l'llKH, Miinulucturera UIIU Di'Hlera la HuUilk'K, llrlilli-K, tlulllil-il, TrtinkH, Whips. Ac.., oppoHlte FUk Htuiee, Aalaultuln, tlllo. J015 JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. ITIII. Oil. Ill ATM, Justice or thu I'euce. onlcuover Aanuiuulu utoro, ahuuiuuiu. ARCHITECTS. D Will SLOAN, Civil KiiKluuer and Hur- veyi', Arenueeiurui tiiui Meentuiinu Druutflitsiimn. (.lllttte In IMeroe and Ited. heud'a Ulook, Aalituliuln, Ohio. HJO DENTISTS. l7K 7 K K t li li V . l5ri 7fC7 New b p Imrv'i llloek.tmr. Main and Centre Hta Kntram'e on CpiiM o Htreet. Oltleu hmirn, 9 o U a. in. 1 to ft p. ni . r"1 P. K. HILL, DentlNt, AHhtabllla vlftftT Ohio. OJllue Centre atreet, between Mulii and I'ark. nu t MISCELLANEOUS. , F. GOOD, WholeKule and Heutll Dealer in an uimiH 01 i;oai. ana l.uniner, rwwer Pipe of all alxoa. OtTlue and yard at Center Htreet ralirimd uroHsiittf, Aahrabula. Hull H Khluiflea HHiieolalty. l'lne lumber.Hhliiifloa, lath, of all klnda. In any quantity, at the loweat orlcus. and delivered on cars or any where in AHlitubula. Orders left at the store ofj. B. Croaby dr. Hour, will receive prompt aitoniiou. la.'n JTSU JHLn I. VTII, Atrent for theldverpool IjOiido A Olobe InauraneoCo, Caah AsHt'U over I -j.uiio.wiu (lold. In the U. H. Hvi.uoo.uifU. HtocK .lomera aiao personally uaoie I Lio vni. M.tii'l'lt. Imnorter ofxeolfh Pollhhed O ran He Monumenta. and Manufacturer of Amerleau (iranlto. Marble anil Htone Worn. All work Finished In the ItPKt Manner. Office and worka near L. H. 4 M H. O'-p1 Aahtabula, Ohio. 1.V4 lh'KKNNON cV BVANH, niaehlnlata and steam fitters. Farmers and Mill Machinery repaired, nnu every ueacripiion 01 pipe ni tliiK tlone to order ut reasonable price Shop at the Harbor. MUU K PATCH -a 11""' unnoini 11a, nrui i,opiiir, baJ ur iroa,. a, ahlld a an mnd with lt trunuuv aoia or auiuaruif iro II nlila krhiiail (with dirLiAat tl.aa alll ..t for tit loti for tiO, Toitaiti itaiupi raualvedaia Wok Id jti r ioettJ Mulet vleld ta to til oaf LJ?' Our H-pti llluttraud Catalogue olSBS it. JfWMlrj. Nnvetti-i. Mutionerv. ata. 108 a. em ot, FmudaipiuaC Fa ff Haatlon Uda papar. I'l ; jLEOALirLANKS. ALAIUtE and complete utock (if Legal lllankK for sale at the TKLiiiti HA I'll OFf lCU. MRS. LYDIA E. PINXKAM. OF LYNN, MASS. Si:t Si j fiiH-ovrnr.n of LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEGSTAELB COTOTOP. The Po'ttiTe Turn For all Female Complaints. Thta rrrffpanllnn, aa U nam t-ltmliV-. vmMi tt VogetAlilv (YitpnrtiM tlial nn aVLrmlMi lo th rmm del trataflBTallil. Vpna oa trll ttis nirfta of thli 0n pointtl wlJl he nv;riiR O, aw it lief la InimedlaAa, and when It- ukIj rnnftrmr A, n ninotj nlac catt in a bua. dn1,itpiriTinm-iil(Mind'(-fTullth'MiMDil will tes tify, tin awaat or IU provL-n menu. It In tolny re romincniliflaiul Kw;rlbe4 f tbm beat phyalclmDa to I tic country. It will rum entirely tlie rond form Of filling of the nleru), I-nrorrlin. trrctfUJar aual painful MbnMm-itlon.nll OtarUnTniublca, JnAamiafttluii and ITlfcrntfon, F)HMllnir, all Ilia?einfnta and th ten wquiint H'lal weaJtntM. and ia ejilly MlapUMl to tho t'tinniic if Ufe. It will dliaKilve and eipM tuniora from the uteru-ln an oarly ataffe of flerrlopmrnt. Itw U-nil'-wy l" c-rVf rou humori thrre U check ud very ittf (llly by IN In fnrt It haa proved to be the (Treat rt and b'rt nim-dy that Iim ever been diaeuver i d. It uerTiipjitcacvtry (wrtkm of the ayxteni, and glTe new fanitri(ro' Jr-mrt f afntne-, I1atmenry.de rtriyiitcraTintf f'inttlraulanta.and rellvvea weakoeaa ot the lUiinacti Itrurua UlnaUnjr. Hendachec. Warrooai froatratloh. OfUtriU lability hk-uleuiiaa. pepreaaion and JikII K'"tU.n. Tliat tefllnu of buariiifcT down, caualna; pain, wpljrht and harkarhe, la aiwsya utTnumemly cured la Itauae. It wHUtatltimea. andnnderall rlmimataa r. ait In harmony with tbe law that ffoveroa tba f enuUf ayrtem. For Kidney Complaint of either aes thla oompoand In unurpaaK-d. Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound l i prea arwl at 0 aod tU Western Avenue. Lynn. HaM. Prktl fU. HIi Utkfpr ts.OQ. bent by nail tain li.rm i f iillr.. aUt)tu tbe form t?f Uaenea. qn receipt nt price. fi.OO, per box. for cither, lira. 11.kCUAal freely AnHweraaJl letter of Inqnlry Bend for pam hkt. Addrev-aaabova Mentntn ihii paper So family ohould im without LTD1A E, P1NKHAM' UVKU PI I.I A They cur ConaUpatbra. Buiuuaneaa, vi ul Torpidity rf the Llrer. V wnta per boa. Slnirnr. Cohb .t Co.. n. n'l Aireuta. Clevi lond, O Hold by A. K Thnrher 4 Co., Afhtabiila. O. DR. SLEE, 3-.f ttiipeiin alruet, opposite Cane Hall. Cleveland Ohio, i'lirt-c Sphlllif. U-inorrhu-H, Uleet, 8tritt nn Heniia.all private dlaetfra and Nervona De hill ty, canxhiK loan of reat. memory, ulifht and cmipiiiiiptiun, in lute time thau auy other phyai cian In the city. no cum;, o pay i Bore throat, pains In the bone at) kidney ind bladder dlceape cured for life. A lone experience with great auecuas is Iho world's ineimable crl terlan of ablllry, this bavtnK been attuiued In duces tbe Doctor to thesd term. K-apwwewam THEONLY MEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time on THE LIVER, THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. ThM trreat onrana are tho natural cleans ers of the syntctn. If t hoy work well, health will m perfect: If tbef benome eloRged, arcadful diauasus are sure to follow with . TERRIBLE SUFFERING. BlllMiiiwr, lleadtrk", IrjBpfp,!., Jaon die, CoiMtlpatioa ami PIlM, r Kid Bey ComriloInU, llr.t.l, DlalMlM, . rioJiif nt la th. DrlBK, Hilar .or Itopr Urine or Baca atailc Palna and Infcea, r. deTPloprd bovauae tlie tilood 1, polaoned wit ii tlie limiinni Ulat atlould Uavtl Imicd ux.llud niuut.lly. KIDNEY-WORT Till irrtore tlie bcalthr action and all th w trtAlntx evil, will t banlsht'd ( netjl.ct .li. iu t.:iil ynu will II vo but 10 . 1 'litriuu'l li v f been cured. Try ltand yon wlllitiid one mora to tlia number. Take It and ileal Ui wi l loiioo more, gladden your heart. Wh auffeT longor from the torment of an aohins; bnok ? Wn boar uch metraw from Cort atlnntlon and PMa? Why be to fearful baoauM of dle oraeraaurina? KnwKT-WOFT will cure you. Try pack as. at tinm ii id heantiined. Jtua tli tl vnitutibl compound and Oa.PaekapiinalnalEq.arUofSodlela.. Your Dmyriu hat u, or kiu gtt a or ou. 7hul wi liartng . Jl. tJ. -Willi HCBAS150H K: PwjrUtora, u I (v.'Liiiirtr,i- UurllaftM. a PILLS! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVEil!. JrTTlY " I ..I.I . ivirlTVllll Ulldurtl.tl j tullmiuj ult'.x enuua, v.itli a di.-ui' Liiitiontocxt;rUoa' 1 baUy oruiiiiilj In l TO wishali- J I II tVlllU lit 'i i i.i II v. tnti atTh" "ll' ilt, h.itabi Irtrtr. V.- HUT M liiiiltt. b:uiy colored Uruie. TV THF.RE WARNINGS ARE TJNHEEDET1 SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED TOrf'S PILLS ttreeapectally adopted t uuvh cu-, oiiedoe ellectaiaueli chaum ol leeUutf h to nw etiUlMjijiuilgrair A Noted Divine says: Dr TUTT:-IearBlr: Fortn year, ilbam baa amtrr toD).p.li..Oontipiiti.in uidl'il 1 Iprtnyoar Pill.w-ro ncooiui.nded ;I tb.ra. liiu Siwawellm.n.liav. ood auplU. duw"oq ;"(oet,reul.r.(.i(i. pile, .tjia.and h..ea.in n.uri.kcd. and by tli. irToaio Ac tion oa tb ll,Be.ll o (lrRii, liU aiilur Stool. .re pro. ilureil. 1'rlrf WCflilH. .i.i Jinrr.T i., n. , TUTT'S HAIR DYE, Oiiat Haib on WmBKtna di .lutad lo iit l.v aainxta Dimlionl oii ft thin h :iuttd to a GLoaat mi lont oil 't till im. iy ini; ututa a Natural Dolor, acia InoUntaneouiily. Huid Otftoe, 35 Murray St., New York, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. THE RED CUP. rtipra n a rtip, all rttby rH. J bat aoHrklca with a fonmr wav! It la III 1'ihU l of Ihfdidd - A current sweeping wj th frave, Molina: trnnaparrntty arlKht, wr color n lore man roartt ic inooTn; '11 a bat ft phoaphorfai-Piil Itffit Of itna from blood within tbe totnb. (ih looh not, thn, upon that cop. iiii-w i mm toy up ir ixnaoii innf ; rotn IlK'dnrk drftca there aprlnift'th up The iw-rpc nt'a bite, the adder a at lug. Tbaladitcr'a allnK.ttmt serpent's bit. I nriiuuli the lix (iruiikani a aoiti will i in: Who dr Ink a that cup lo seek delight Hhall find at laat a ruined tieart. Rev. C. W. Denison. WASHINGTON. CA'fia. Ttt. Tli? nlnl. arf on their "hon- uwr ' tin. cannmiitn. ISO I moo aol- (liir or deputy Diaraliall will inu-rfirre Hi, or prevent aiiuthero bull-unert from brcakiitk: up rtU:puhlit:aD tFntlierintrs or ititimiflating TolfM. Already Ihe inut teriiiRa ol Uih on-couiinft; reign ot Urror ur U'-ard in tue breaking up ol Oartleld nititlcnlion ui'Ttincs, in vritju plucea in the aoulli. At HajHlMville, Mil., not six mile, from Ihe Capital, at a tinrrlH'l nnd rtmir (lole raisinir, the same utaturmng npiril whh uiiwiili-at upon the part ol the llHW-ot'k UeniocriwT. rne hiww.-u anil free ballot would be ilcaih to all hopes of Di'iiiocralic suet'eas. Advti:ea from south ern atntt'S aHHiire the coinmilUe that ft' left to the lionexty of the rebels, no ltepubli cau Memlier of Cougreas, however large is niiijiinlv may be, will be certined as let'ted. Already their journals are open ly declaring Unit they give the norlb due olice unit they iro)uie lo rule tlie south at least, and lo do It In their own way, Hnd that now and for ever the negro shall not vote. These are not idle words. Men of the north hear and act, remembering the agony, tears and blood of those long bitter years, when men rallied at country's call In numbers like the leaves in Ihe for est. ' Oo bravely as of yore your duty or all is lost. "Eternal vigilence is the price of liberty." ihe model campaign speecit 01 tue sea son was that made by tlie greatest soldier nil purest smleMnmi. L lyases o. Urant when lie said 'I can say without hesita tion that I will givo Oartleld my hearty upport. 1 Here is no reason wny any tte- .tublican should not vote for Garfield. I now him to be a man of talent, thorough ly accomplished, and an upright man. I have nothing against General Hancock, but Garfield is the man forthe office." The Democrats here at the Capital arc not happy over the disclosures made in Acw lorkby senator Wallace s commit tee. I lie machine it is alleged Is gnud- ngont first class Kcpublican campaign thunder. DavcDixnt shows that while Ku kluxing and murder did ha Moody work to defeat Republicans in the aou;h, the Democrats were doing the same thing n -New iork, In the more humane way ol issuing through the courts fraudulent naturalization papers. In 1WW only 7(1,- 0110 bogus voters were made by Judges llarnnrd and Mctunn. 1 lie evidence shows that Ihey were turned out by this machine at the rate of 500 per hour. Oo the 12th of October 1808 the numlier reach ed the enormous sum of 4020. Even this method was not sufficient to defeat the Republicans, and 20,000 bogus naturaliza tion papers were issued In blank without any application. For the nasi 25 years these frauds have exiBled, and these thous ands of bogus voters have repeated the raud everv vear tlicv Have voted. 1 lie Democratic committees with Tweed, Til- den and others were notoriously connect ed with these frauds, Fernando Wood and others have here in Congress tried to manufacture some machine that would stop the mouth of Davenport, by impeach ment or otherwise and thus silence the damning evidence that he had and which a very lortunalely lust at mis juncture given to tlie public. The reports mane to tue national vom- inlin e here at the Capitul show that the lteoublican party was never in its history so thoroughly united at at the present lime. J lie worn Ol me cauvaaa linen is thoroughly in hand aud all parts of the country are in close sympathy with the committee In mnturine the pluns. J'llty the sorrows ol tlie poor oiu man ol inner alley, tie wanteu to oe rresiueni but his parly, on account of faithful ser vices In tlie past invited Uhu to preside at the Democratic Jubilation over tiancocK who secured the nomination at Cincinnati which Tilden was so much desired. After November's batlle with the ballot, Hancock will be reported as politically dead, and both these worthies will then be embalmed and laid away on history's shelf Willi ;Valandinuam, Liee nu olliers wuo were false to country and her sacred mem- les in that time ol her sorest need. The Irank, manly and patriotic letter of General Arthur accepting the nomination meets with universal approval. He dis cusses the question that now confront Re publicans in a way mat salisnes every one that he is fully competent to till the high Eosition to which his party will elevate im in November. The Democratic committee are disturb ed at the condition of things in Virginia. It is by no means all quiet across uie ro. tcmiai! and uuless they are able to recon cile discordant party elements that are now Bitterly opposing eacn oiner, tue voie of the stale will be cast for GarQeldcAud Arthur. The Kcpublican committee are on the alert and laying plans for a thorouuh canvass of the old dominion by some of our most eloquent stump speak ers. The state associations which were dis solved a few years since, are now being reorganized nnn put in snape ior active campaign work. Tliese organizations have In years past renuereu great service by writing letters lo the press from the capital and mailing documents and as sisting in sending to their respective vot ing places ail voters uouu lieu in me dis trict. Never before was there as much enthusiasm manifested by the officials and clerks in all the departments. The .lohnnv reus who have slipped into places once held by Union soldiers are being smoked out anu spoiieu. woe io uiciu m tbe coming days. Borne miserable vandal nnccivecl i he itlea of imnrovlntz the uhv- sique of the Democratic candidate, by culling on U1S wnisaey, aim selling uiw up in business with Dr. Tanner. It is per fectly evident, it is alleged that uuless there is a radical change, Hancock can never win the presidential race, carrying such a mass of adipose Democracy, The atmosphere of Governor's Island with the swarms of democratic office seeks and the HimkI of whiskey smashes, if continued will necessitate the building of a hack lin tel to the Presidential chair to enable him to take im aeat, should he by any possi PHAKS. WASHINGTON, D. C., July 26, 1880. Missouri is moving in the Temperance cause. The legislature will probably rec ommend a prohibitory amendment to state constitution. THE SORROWS OF GENIUS. Tlie night Is wanning, and the hush of Inapiration makes the sanctum solemn. The news editor has Just written himself anew lork uiapnlch, Piling all aim, it Ihe sea serpent. The political editor Is Just closing a crusher full of blood and thunder, and winding up with tern lie, cxMure. The proof reader is opening a new case of wncil for tbe purpose of marking all the errors in six lines of proof. Tlie funny man. from the tearful expres sion of his sorrowful countenance, is known to be In the throes of a Joke. The Joke Is born, and this is its name. "A man died in Atcheaon, Kan., hist week from eating diaeased butlalo meat. A clear case ot suicide death from cold bisoo." Knter intelligent compositor ''This Al hesiin item, what is this laat word?" 'I'ci him, the funny man "Iliaou." Intelligent cc iiipcsiUcr ''B-i s-o-n !" Kunny man "Vc-s." The intelligent comiotcitcir demand to lie Informed what it means, and the pains taking funny man, with tears, explains the joke, and with great elalioriition shows fcrrlh how it is played on "cold pison "Oh, yes," says the intelligent composi tor, and retires. Hets it up "colli pison.' Funny man groans, takes the proof, seeks the intelligent compositor and ex plains that he wishes not only to make a play on the word "pison," but also on the word "bison." "And what is that?" aaks the intelligent compositor. Tbe funny man patiently explains that it means "butlalo, "Oh, yes!" shouts the intelligent com positor. "Now 1 understand." Mortified funny man retires, and goes home In traucjuil confidence and growing fame, Taper came out la the morning "cold buffalo." Tableau red Are and slow curtain. Ft. Wayne Gazette. RULES FOR LADIES TRAVELING ALONE. 1. Be sure you know where you want to o before you get on the train. When you purcnase your ticket you will have to pay for it; no use to tell the ticket agent to "charge it and send the bill to your husband." And if h9 says the price of tlie ticket is (2.(14, don't tell him you can get one just like it at tbe other store for 12.30; he won't believe you and he mav laugh at you. 3. S'erer travel without money. It re quires broad views, lilieral education, keen discernment, and profound judgment to travel without money. No one can do this successfully but tranis and editors. 4. Beware of the commercial traveler. 5. Don't give a stranger your ticket and ask him to check your trunk- He will usually be only to glad to do it, and yonr trunk will be so effectually checked that it will never catch lip with you again. And then when the conductor asks for your ticket and you relate to him the pleasing little allegory about the stranger and tbe baggage, he will iook incredulous and smile down upon you from half closed eye, and say that it is a beautiful romance, but he has heard it before. And then you will put up your jewelry or disembark f the next station. 0. If you are going three hundred miles don't try to get oil the train every fifteen minutes under tbe impression that you are there. If you get there in twelve hours you will be doing well. 7. Call the brakeman conductor, he has grown proud since he got his new uniform, and it will flatter him, 8. Put your shawl strap, bundle and two paper parcels in the hat rack, hang your bird cage to the-comer of it so that when it falls oS it will fall into the lap of the old gentleman sitting behind you, stand your four house plants on the window sill, set your lunch basket on the seat be side yon, fold the shawls on top of it, carry yonr pocket book in one hand and your silver mug in the other, put your two valises under the seat and hold your band box and the rest of your thiugs in your lap. Then you will have all your baggage handy, and won't be worried or flustered about it when you have only twenty nine seconds in which to chaugecars. 9. Address the conductor every ten minutes. It pleases him to have you no. tice him. If you can t think of any new Question to ask him ask the same old one every time. Always call him say or mis ter. 10. Pick up all the information you nun clcila iMv.lin. Ilrun I Vi winilnw , and look foward to see how fast the engine is going. Then when you get nume you can tell the children about tne bin cinder vou Dieted ud with your eye. and how nice and warm it was and what it tasted like. 12. Keen an eve an the passenger who calls the day atler oionuay neweaay. He can t be trusted a ear s lengtn. 13. Do not attempt to change a ten dol lar bill for somebody, if you have only su.25 with vou: it can t be done. 14. If you want to take a nap always lie witn your neaa projecting over uie euu of the seat into the aisle. Then every body who goes up or down the aisle will mash your hat, straighten out your frizzes and knock of your back hair. This will keep you from sleeping so sound that you will be carried by your station FOREPAUGH'S FIFTEEN ELEPHANTS. All introduced and performed by Adam Forepaugh, Jr., a youth only eighteen years of age. The youngest, most gifted and heroic trainer of wild beasts in tbe world. He can be seen at each exhibiticn. performing more elephants than ever were owned or exhibited by any show on earth. Their performance presents one of the most thrilling and amusing spectacles of animal sagacity ever witnessed, tliese representatives from the land of Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu were formerly used in the sacred and spectacular displays, cus- tcitnarv in that distant region, and where. ever tbev aiinear never fail to excite the most unbounded annlause, wonder and admiration, of all who witness their mar velous maneuvers. Philadelphia Record. Foreuaiivh will exhibit Ills great sno on Saturday, Aug. 7th. Inventors employing attorneys fauiliur wilh practice in the Patent Office, rarely fail of securing patents. Experience en sures success in prosecuting contested en tries and Mineral Land claims before the General Land Office. Long practice gives success in securing pensions. PmcsniiEY fc Omens, Attorneys, 609 Seventh street, 'Washington, D. C. have had long t xjierience in all branches of practice before the Departments. Par ties having business should address them (enclosing stamp) for information. , The Canada TeuiDuraiice law has been declared constitutional by the Supreme Court of the Dominion. THE EDITOR'S DIARY. The editor of a Texas paper gives the following figures from a statistical mem- oianilcim of his life In answer to the eon tmdrnm in last months Printer Adver tiser: Been asked to drink 11,869 . ii.cwiay ::::::::: u,f i rran a rtentlested to retract. . Diet retract milieu in parties and rec.pt parties fishing for puffs. i ooa uie nun , Didn't Utke ilie hint Threatened to be whinoe Been whipfied. nippeu me oiner Icllow. Didn't come to time. ..... Been nked what's the news Told Didn't know V. Lied about ii '.' Been to church ) Changed politics J Expect to change still Gave to charitv. . Gave for a terrier dug Cash on hand '.'.!ly . Ions KJ PIONEER LIFE IN N. KINGSVILLE Ed: Tel. As I gave in a former i something of a personal discription H first settler of Kingaville the I'amon Ut Eldad Harrington I will now riA couple of his adventures while huntiA the wilderness of this vieinity: At early time he was making his roundt) an important deer !i"r in ihe eastern of Ashtabula Uiwn-liip. :,r , r.c . on the bank of a sm II known as Panther f ree 1 II U ii He, V lycame npon a lar" pan anew tnai me otr.-r hc. came face In tiu'e. ca. i ii. i n ofeuch ether. As t ic; niul "1 him a large well t"uin:; .jn;. r sprang into a leanii r t:"e. o, t possible encounter, but belort timi t .Ul l.lu .-.I K.lnM ..u.u v n ui.v mm vion-B cue union spring tlie unerring aim of tlJ hunter laid him stretched f grounu. ite was a very larg uieasuring ten feet from nose til tail. V At another time he wounded a -.J bear and as his custom was, never to move with empty gun commenced reload- inguui nan not time to get the hall down before he had to make use ot the min to punch ofTthe enraged bear. Matters for a time appeared a little desperate, but in the rough and tumble bruin was careless and got the wrong end of Uie gun into his mouth and raising Uyn his hind feet throwing his fore paws over the gun, began chewing tlie muzzle, but the cool and deliberate hunter was at tlie other end priming and the next moment the top of bruins head was among the thiugs INDEX. INDEX. July 27th. 1880. NATURAL HISTORY. "What attroeious looking animal ia that?" That is tbe editor." Indeed ! Are editors very dangerous?" 'Sometimes. Wtua cornered ud ther have been known to be quite combative, and agaiu they have been known to go through a convenient back window. Gen erally they are quite mild and passive." vtnen are tney tne most dangerousr "When intruded udon bv a book a?ent who wants a seventy line local for a forty cent book, or when intruded npon by poet with a few verses about gentle spring. Are euuors cross to eacn otnerr "Only when separated bT several blocks of buildings." "Do they ollen have fearful combats with each other?" "Occasionally when they go out in differ ent directions and meet by chance." "Are editors ever cowbiued?" "Sometimes the little ones are. but the big ones are rarely molested.'' 'Do editors eatf 'They do. It was formerly supposed that they ate at long intervals but it is a authenticated fact that they can eat a good deal wnenever mey can get u. w bat kind of food do they like most? They ate not very particular. While they won't refuse quail on toast, fried crab or roast turkey about Christmas time, they have been known to make a repast on a dish of blue pike caught on Sunday." Do editors go free into shows r Thev do when they give a dollar and a half local tor a twenty five cent ticket. "Are all editors bald. "No, only married ones are bald, but let us pass on, the editor does not like to be stared at." The chaplain ot the British naval vessel Comus thus describes his visit to the C'ro- . zet Islands, a group in the IndiBn Ocean: "The sensation on landing was like mat probably experienced by Robinson Crusoe. The birds and other animals did not dread man, and did not move out of our way. We found three kinds of pen guins the jackass penguin, the kingjnen guin, and the crested penguin. They sulk about in troops like a school or a regiment of soldiers; they pecked at our legs as we walked along, and their tactics quite puzzled our large Spanish dog, who barked at tuem, but gave uiera a wuie berth. It was the moulting season, and most of the old birds looked very disrepu table, with their tattered feathers aud semi-naked bodies. Wild ducks and teal popped up their heads through the long grass, but scarcelv took the trouble to fly awav. Sea hens' and other birds were easily knocked down with a stick; while pretty white birds like rock pigeons, call ed snow-drops, flew to welcome us with a little chirping note, and could be caught by the hand." Invaluable for Piles and Kidney Diseases. eases. Swanton, Vt., Sept. 19th. I suffered greatly for years from piles, and tried various remedies for relief with out success until 1 used Kidney Wort. If the disease shows any symptoms of return ing as has been the case, 1 have never fail ed to check it by the use of this medicine! 1 have a son about eleven years old who had for years uniformly wet his bed nights and all the prescriptions of different phy- Mcians were ineffectual in checking it. I was assured by a physician that Kidney wort was just the medicine to cure him, and sure enough, a trial was completely successtul. I regard the medicine invalu able for piles and kidney diseases. Samual Ballard. Pain in the side, shoulders and back, bitter taste in the mouth, dizziness, smart ing of the eyes, brick dust deposits, ner vous debility, are cured by barosma. Pictured by E. K. Thompson, Titusville fa. For sale by BWiii. 95 0 Why suffer sleepless nights, with a dis tressing cough, while a quarter of a dollar invested in "Sellers' Cough Syrup" will givo inslunt relief.