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i vfi i i vrr lJijLJiiijitAm. i:iiti-iel nt the t'iMt lirTlee nt AshlHbnla an Mi-rond .'laa. Mnllrr. JAM KH UKKD At HON, I'ubllHlicrH. INIi:ii:lKNT IN AM.. TIIIMJH. ritlCK, 2 IN AOVAM'K. ASIITAHl'LA, OHIO, Fill DAY, AUGUST 13 1880. Vol. XXXI, No. 33. WlIOLK XuMltF.ll 1.197. weekly BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .MKKCHANTS. TH. N. BOOTH, '"nil llciiier ill Dry UikhU, tlrncerlea, Crin-kcy mul UlHaa wnre, llool nnd li. mjii, Heady-Made Clolh IliK Hutu mt Caps 'tobacoia mill cigars, anil .vervthliig a family nwli to eat or wear. North Main street, ABliUibula. M" TO n it I'M i HO( HWKIi l,A. C. Tiirnbea anil 1.. K. llnukwell.) Wholcaale anil Ke tiill Healers hi Uroc.erles ana Provlaloua rrlulaaiiillirnln; Agenta for American am Union Kxprcaa Uoiiipanlca and Cleveland llcmld, Mulll atreet, ANhUiuulB,0. I 1WM i, H. i; kTivThA VAIIK. iValer. liiChnlce KiuiillvlimeerleaHnil Provlaloua; aim, pure (xinfeu'tlaiiery, and the Unest branda or Jo. bncco anil Clgora. g BrW Kl VS. Produoo anil Commission Merchant n,r llii purchase and aule or West-i-rn Reserve Holler I'hneaennd llrled r .ilnlll utro .t, Ashtabula, llliln. j. .if VAI LKKKII HOW, IIMiicm In ,:.,riM PwivUliuiN. t-'lour. Feed, r orelgn and lioin'eatlc Fruits, Hull, Fish, Plnatcr, Water-l.line, KeedB, Ac, Main atreet, Ash tabula, Ohio. W. HKOIIKtll, flcnicr In Flour, Pork, Ilitma, l.nr.l, anil ull kln.lBor Fish: nlso all kluda or Family Ornncrlea, Fruit, and ton. lectlnncry, Ale and IHinmatlc Wines, (lid Il.' t". niOMHINONiinalur In iry Ooods, l.riHit-rlt'a. Hoots and Hhoea, Ilata, ap, Hardware. Crockery, Hooka, mint, Illla, Ac, Ashtabula, Ohio. Mil DKlHHilSTS. ntllTIN WKWRKHK, llriUKlat and Apothecary, anu ueuerui wc,u, '".-, Medicines, wlnea and l.lnuora lor medical I a IT BIHl I'Mii-v m r or i Centre, Aahuibula, O. MANUFACTUKEUS. LLKV M A N t) FCJ CO., Manufacturer. or latll, Hldlim, Mouldings, Cheeae lloxns, ftc. Pinning, Matching, mid Sorowl Hawing doliPon short notice, wimp on iwiuii sircei opposite Mouth Park, AalitaiuJii,JJMo. ATTORN KYS AND AGENTS. H. H. HICK A HD, Attorney nt Law 4 No tary I'uhllo. omce Redhead Ul k AaliUbull C, H ICiC, Attorney and Counsellor at I,aw anu woutry a uuiic, a.inwuui bor over post olllce. KH-u u. i.iu Atimn..nt All clutma Tor pen alima and 'additional bounty ruuat be filed berore July, ltwo. vtivTTlailNR. Attornev and Cottll ., ll,.r alljiw.and Notary Public, oppoalte Klk Houae, Aahutbula: l67rt. w'-7' V1RJ. Attftmpv and l?oun a'elnr at Iiw. and Nolarlo Public. Wll. lard'aHlock. WSl. . KAMKM, JU., Attorney mil ( ounaellor at Law, anil Notary Public or- t-nd rice Willi Hull bro'i, AhUbul, O. JOikN X. NIHONU, Alio nit'y and Couti nellor ut Iaw, nnd NoLnry Public. Otttue hi AHtituDula Loan ABRoclatlon buMiHiiK. 1 (IH AIILIN BOOTH, Attorney and Couu MuDor ivt Uw, Awlitubula, Ohlo lifc H. II. IKONAHD, Attorney ut "law, JeiTer M.ii.UhUt. Oitluv In Uie rtiimlley Wock Jliii HAKDYVAKE. ifce. CtliO. III HHAHU O., iu-alerri in ilurdwurd, Ivon.HU'el and Nulls, HUven,Tln 1 irttf.HbPet Iroii,('opPerH,,tlzl,U!H,lJ ufiwtureritof Tin .Hbeet Iron audCoppurwure, FlHk'B HUnrk, AnhUibula. Ohio. PHYSICIANS. nr.. W.H II NPHHKY, Magnetic Uenler. Aaiilauula, O. Heaiucnue on luue nuoru UK. K. KIOUSIl, Eclectic Phyalclan, or lice and realuAlice Sd atory Mra. Proaaer'a Hrlok Uliwk. Prourietor or Therapeutic Hath, omce bourn ii U) 6 P. M. Out btial rorenoolia. !9Ht! . li. L. KINIi. Phyalolau and MurKeou; ..uii over lice ilt Koaera', 1 luive it uoln plete et or llr. Huilrteld'. Eolialluira, with the exolualye rlglil. or AahlHlmla county, l'hyali iiiua are reapsL'trully Invllcd to mill and examine the luatrumenui. Olliee hour iroin HI a. ni. to 1 p. in. Kealdeuce aouth ol ct. Peter'a church. H&r FOUNDKIKS. PHOKMX IHON WOHKSCO.,Man'r'ra ol HUtVV. Plow, and Column., Window 'paau4jllla, Mill Caatlmia. Kettlea, Mlnka, Mlclgll Slwmt, o Pltceulx r ouuary, CABIN KT WAKE. JOHN UIICKO, Ma4iAw(4ttarorand Deal 81 In r'urilllure ol the beat daiirlul,U(, au durv vurlv. alan. tietidral LIhiliirUirt. .....i if.,.uforar or Cortina to ordr: Main alroet, north ui ttl Publbj Bijuara, A)- (..liiila. Ohio. Ml JEWELKUS, amianicK Jc H1HH1I will duii all klllda ol iiuixin'iiirf ot Watidiea. cl(Hka and id Jewelry, at U17 Main Hlreet, la room with Carlisle A lyier. .i.'ii w. mrar I NN4IN. Jeweler: Henalr. jK ol all kluda or Watchua. Clocka and JMWtlry , more in ahuluuiiim ouuh uiin., A.lilJjUla, Ohl0. l'UOTOGKAPlIEHS. BI.AKIiNi.itat it, MOOBB, PhoUiKrapli era and Uonlera la J'icturea, Kligravlnga I'hnnno., Ac; havlni a larke aupply ol Mouldilnca ol varloua dea.rlljtlona(are pt uwai w iraiiie unyuiiiiH in .uw -11.101 o uX ahorl notice and lnthe beat atyia. HARNESS MAKEll. fOKO 4t HHOTHKR. Manulacturera and Dealer, lu Haddlea, Brldlea, Collar., Xruuka, Whlpa. oppoalU) Flak Houie, Aahtabula, Ohio. 10l JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. K)H,U H, JlliATII, Juatlca or the l'MJB. Uluoeovw AahUlbula BUire, Aahtabula. AECHITECTS. n. van al.AAIV. t'lvil Engineer and Hur veyor. Architectural and Mechaulcul liraualitaniau. offlce lu piorca mul Hcu head'a Block. Aalitebula, Uhlo. Hi" ' DENTISTS. na P. K. KKLlTliV, D. 1). B., Newber trYTry'a Block, cor. Main and Centre Hta. Kuuaftaon Centre Htreet. Omce boura, o II a. 1. t to 6 p. in. r. K. HALL, Deutlat, Aahtabula rtrrff Ohio. OIBoe Centra atreet, between Main and Park. l'Hj. MISCELLANEOUS, P. VOtlD, Wholcaaie and Retail Davley lo all kluda of Coal, and Lumber. Hewer 1106 or all .Isea. ome. aud yard al Center ,iUt railroad oroaaliikT, Aahtabula. Hall'a AilMUiaaapeclalty. Pine lumber ahlnitlea, wii.ot all kluda. In any quantity, at loweat prloea, and delivered 011 cara or anywhere lit Aalilabula. Ordera letl at tore o. B. Croaby A Hon., will reelve nroiunt attention. 1520 mum. RI.VTH. Airentftir the Liverpool Loudo 4 Ulobe InauranceCo, Caah Aaaeta aver J.OIIO.UOO Quid. Iu the II. a. 44,l"i.'HMI. ne .MJldera alao peraonally llubl. Il'ita lav at. inlTH. Imtuirtiff ofHcnth Pollahed 44raiiu Monumeuta, and Manutacturer Aui1au Uranlte. Marbleand HUine Work. All yor rimaiiea ill tue ncai mauai. ilmreaii4 Work, near L. H. At M M. uepot, Aahtabula, Ohio. 15NU 1KKNNII8 Ar KViill. niachlnlata .team titter.. Faruteraand Mill Machinery repaired, aud every deaerlpuon or pipe iJna: done to order at reaaouaol. brlcea, Hliup at tli Harbor. 4Hjf.f ...nu ' . 1,1, IH u.ar.iHrlli l.dA UUbl oa IM.IUl sf U. ' .V a far ill IM lor ,lu, Vu.Ua. Uiap. r.c.iv.da.aV .aali. AuaaTS WAarau. 0a L-.rrr aaa dar'a O.ukx la ruur poakatj Hala. ,).1J l ,1, par Ur. Our al-pMt tllti.lrajai OataUuia latjl ihroavoa. Jawalrf. Noa.tii... 8allunj' u. im a. aa a. fai i arf .ipii n. a fll L,EGAIa BEA1TK8. I.Al.UE and complete itotik a PATCH "0 flslKut iku4iAala7BrM. Oopp.r. L..4 i PalaUiiwat aul ,r .ulii.rlai lrua. Amy U4 .il" J .b!4 ..a auj .IU) It. Will a.ad ua.MupI.I O-fUt, brku.lMviOi 4lr..b. thai will ,, Ln U anka tor .ale at 1110 TfcLKUKAPH 01CE. ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R, Y CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th, 1880 (trilnicHoillll. (iolTlff Kx. I Ac'm Htntlona. tx. lAe'tn am. p Ml a an Harbor 1 hv a :l ,. I H, A M.H. CroaaliiK I Jll H V, AahUlbula I 41 ft 4 Mllnaon Hill.... ! 16 H M Auatlllhtirirll .. Ill W Ul ):aKlevllle 1 M II II Hock Creek.. .. It Kl til Home 19 4:1 9 a New Lyme . II 411 H wi Inland 12 " V 4 HltMilnrleld 12 ll rw I ink II. Id Ill 12 10 l HrlaUilville 12 OK It) 1H ....Champion II .V It) 117 am A. A O. W. 11. H. Cr. 1144 pin. 10 M 7 ll Warren II i H 1)0 III 47 7 11 Nllea II t 7 47 III W 7 il (Ilraid I In 1 Hi 11 Hi 7 1 Brier HIM . .. II In 7 27 II 117 7 l ...KaKle Kurnaee... II 117 7S II l.'i 7 4il VouiikU.wii .... II li 71 '1 HI M VI Allegheny 8 l 4:1ft 1 li 111 IH PlttaburKll It N 4 ii p in am a in p ni All tralna daily except Hundaya. K. H. MYKHM, Gen. Phkr, uim! Ticket AK'nt. LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. R. OOtNO WKsT. Mlrh. KxproxR IfHveK ituttulo nt 8 Jl p. in. Krle 11:15 a. m., i:oinumut 12:HI a.m.. AmIiih buia lr'iT h. in.. tJeneva 1:1ft a, in., 1'uIih'h vllle 1:47 a. in.. Cleveland 'Z;Mn. nt. KpetilHl Chlcatfo KxpreHU leuven llniralo at 12::to a. m.. Krle H.W a. m., AHlitubula 4:-j), l'alniHvlller::H, and arrive at Cleveland at H:3 a. Conneaut Aoctniinmlatlon leaven Conneaut atK:ii( a. in., Ainiu.y wu, KtnuHvnie imi, ahii tttbnla ti.:it, Kiiybnxik 0:43, (Ifiievw Pal lien vllle 7:, and arrtveH at 'luvelund H:Mt a. in. Toledo Kxnremt leaven Huiruloat :(.' a. in., Krle licuft, Conneaut UK-ill. K.liiHVllle 11:11 AHhtiibula 11:4 Kavbronk 11: Oenevu II: IK, a. in., Patncftvtlle 1 2: 1 H, and arrive at lMtve and at l:i i. in. Hpeeial Ht. I.otilK Kxprenn leaven HuftUIn pitlueiiville and arrive at Cleveland' 1:40. p. in. Fast .Mall leaved Bunulo nt frifV a. i Krle a. in., Conneaut lAli p. in., AkIiu- bula 19:81 p, m., Geneva 1:45 p. in., Palneti vllle Um p. in., Cleveland l:V p in. Erie8:5i, Alitubulu fcV2. PalneHvllle 6:UI,aii(( arrlveii at Cluvelund at :thi p. in. UU1NU KAHT. Limited F'.xprexR lea vet. Cleveland 9:o a. m.. I'h ittMv e TA1 a. ni . oeneva .1:1 ;i m . Hayttrook 8:W a. m., ANbtabula in.. Conneaut 3:M) a. m.. Ki te 4:-w a. ni., anu ur- rlvuiiat lliiilalo at 7:2ft . m. Atlantle KxpreKi leu vn Cleveland 7:30 a. in.. Pt ih'mvI e K:-2tl. AKhtuhu a ti:. uunueauitf:. Erie lt):ai, and arrive at Hutlalo ut 1:10 p. 111. Toledo and Buffalo Accommodation Leave Cleveland at 11:15 a. m., PaiueHvllle l'Z: V, (ie- nPVK 1-tl n. 111.. Hnvbrook 1:'M. AHllUiOllla 1:3: KliiKHVlUe 1:4ft, Amboy . Conneaut Urie 1:10. Hurta 0 7:00 D. III. rhinitim mid Ht. IhiIh KxnreKH leaven Cleve IilikI H.t2:.Vi u. m.. PalneHville 3:41. Ashtabula i:'2A, Krle 5:30, and arrive at Hultalo attt:i0 p. iu. Conneaut Accommodation lejiveH Cleveland ftt4;."0 u. m.. PalneHvllle(l:im.UenevaO:l(Hn brook fl:.r5, Anhtabnla7:04, KliiKnvilk'7:l.'i, A111 boy 7:24, and ar riven at Conneaut at 7:30 p. in, Hpeeial New York KxpreHit leaven Cleveland at ll):3fip. m.,I'alneHvllfe li:'J4, AKlitabula l:07 a.m.. Krle IriOand arrive at UuiTulo at 3:56 a. in. Train run by ColumbuK time. R. R. L. S. & M. S. — FRANKLIN DIVISION From and after Dec. 14th, 1870. Traiint will run us iomowh: UOINU WKST. No. l. V. Ft. DOING KAHT. HTATIONM. No.ilW. Kl. A M 7 40 7 44 7 4a 7 5a 8 00 8 IS 8 an P M I FX. I 05 t 00 1 57 20 I 40 4 Oil 1 44 3 47 I 88 8 85 I 28 2 07 I 18 I 50 I 07 1 82 19 58 1 00 12 5.1 II 4 12 15 11 87 12 01 11 14 II A3 10 Ml II 80 10 211 11 80 10 11 14 9 II 05 9 10 67 9 III H 8 10 28 7 10 18 7 10 03 6 9 56 9 47 6 9 37 9 35 6 '"" am' Oil City Kaat.. 1 J unction.. .. Oil City Weal Heno tun 00 8 20 a x H 45 8 05 1 Fr Frallkllu Huminlt . K 27 8 m 8 ft 8 .V, IH V 1 9 20 9 m 8 XI 9 48 9 57 10 04 10 M 10 28 10 118 lo r2 10 50 11 07 11 15 11 17 'am 8 17 9 07 9 Kl HI i 10 49 11 14 a as 12 18 12 27 12 50 I 95 1 40 3 10 8 UJ 3 X7 4 V7 "i'87 "i '66 r u I Polk. 1 llU....lll..V.l rtandy ijtke ... tHtoneboro Ilmiiohi Clark IHaUKy Halem Amaaa tjauieatown... Turner Hlmon 1 Andover I Leon Poraet t Jetteraon (ircKua Plymouth Centre Ktreet.. f Aahtabula .... Ptttaburgli tTalatrraoh Station. ptfiitiugfir fare the rate of 3 cent per mllo U) way ataUgn counted In even half dlmen. ERIE RAILWAY. Now Known as The New York, Lake Erie & Western R. R. Abstract of Time Table adopted June 21. 1880. 9 the liUL.LMAN'8 best Drawing-room J. and HleeptnK Coaches, eoinblnlitK all Hinder 11 Imurovement. are ruimlnK throiiKh without chitnKfl from Buffalo, Huxnenttton BrhiK, NiaKHra Fall, Cincinnati, Chicago to New York, matting direct conueutlon with all line of foreign and ooaHtwiae a team era, andilHO with Bound stoamera and railway line for Hoaton and New England cities. Uutel Ulnlns Car from Cbloa,o to New York. No. 8. N.Y. Expreaa No. 12 No. 4 H7ATIUN8. Atlantic NlKht .X. Dunkirk !., 1 06 P.M. MM " 1 46 " 9 00 " (I6 " JS0" 4 10 " IK " ttulamanca.. I'lirton Huap. UrldKe Niagara Fall. Uutlulo 7 06 7 15 ' 7 90 ' 7 0j p.m. 7 10 716 9 20 8J5 9 28 Attloa " 'oruiffC lornellavllle " Addlaou.. " Hocliuatcr... " Avon " Bath " 10 20 11 0 " Jll Ml ' II10A.M. 12 31 .00 1 07 8 00A 1 9 48 " 400 4 40 0 4 8 15 8 55 9 80 101-.: 7 29 11 82 " II 50 Cornlntf rjilP.M. 1 9HA.M. M. Ull 1 I'll tL;L 1 68 9 83 8113 844 4 19 430 600 VVttVerly.... I 62 9 18 9 61 3 18 840 4 12 4 41 :inw 0x8 745" 10 10 tiweKo.. iveiti likln amton 1100 Wis" UreatUend. Huaiiuehanna uepoait llancoik.... Narrowaburg Lackuwaxen IS 311 A. X 109 199 530 . 12 Honeailale.. Arr 11 26 816 Port Jervla.. L've 7(18 ' 8 48 " 4 40 " l8r 7 0 " 109 " 1 25 A. X 9 01 Mlddletown. Ooahen 9 15 1032 Pltteraon . Newark. ' 1307 P.M. Jeraey City.. Arr. 9 56 ' 10 OOP M U 10 A M 1 new york.... " 11 96 I Express Trains Leave New York. or and nt 9.00 A.m. P.xureaa. Drawing Koom uoucnea 10 ui- r.iliiMmt ttiianenaloii Krlihre. 1,00 P,, liolly. Fust HL Louis Expreaa, arriving at tiuuaio boo jv. m., coiiiiecima with faat tralna to the Weat. North weat and Houthweat. Pullman', beat Drawing ltooin kit jit.nl iitr Ciutche to Hultalo. .IV, II, llally. Pnclllc Expreaa. Hleep-liigCoaclieaHiiair'l'-'! pinlngi'ars through to Clilcaifo without ulmuio. 7.00 P. M. Emigrant train fur Ml West, liacy. .M...I alatlnna. for I4,ANA IUI lll'a.l. iw, .. -j , al.. 1,17 nil nrliiclnal ntnoea. tNin N AbuoiT. lien. Paas. Aat.. Now York. . 8. Babtlitt, Oen. Hor. Paaa. Agent. Buffalo, I (if aar.r. CDREI FOR il.OOdla- fix 8 AN I H'n) Hi I'rlnary Orgaiia La nnaaiilaaiina.'lnllln lilura Jliies not taiut all. urMUl. or uc.raiy im , or amee in u:v manner, (treat uieut local). Hold by all Dniftirlatx, or Bent by mail 00 receipt of price BendJor oanmlilet. Frf. BPANWllilEClljlNE CO., Box 107, Buffalo. N. Y. Note Books. 4 r Rail a will buv a note book, oon- 'ill minimi lou nicely printed notes at TKI-KUltA OFKICK. 5 10 20 05 3i 48 all 55 13 00 1 MRS. LYDIA E. ?mm. OF LYNN, MAS3. Iiim.uVEitr.a or LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETAEIB C0MT0TJND. Thf Pn.lttvf Cure For all Female Complaints. TTiii TirrmniHrtti, Mitt) nnmm iritrnllcti. rontU of Yuftllu I'roiK-i tlmi lUiit r li.trti l. m lo tlx- iiKMt dil icmUi invavllit. t'i'ii one trial tlio merit of ttiii Com utul will Imj n-cft:nilx'l, aort'lK-f I" ImnirdlrUn , and when 1U undn enntimird, In nlnrty nlnec1- In ruin. dnHJ,p,nnaiM,nt(unti(olTcttw,Mii)ijin(li will Wv tlfy. On aWTimnt of lb prortn merit-. It ! tt-Mi rt iimuiitlctl and prttttcrltxxi by tbtt UmI pbyikluia to tltf country. It will cure tntlrelr tho worrt form of f11iii(i of the utiTUR, Uucorrhn-, Irregular and painful truatl(n.nllOKiiai)Trnilli-a, liilUmmatlou and Ulceration, Kioodintra, all IHnploa-vmctm and lliu con m4uent apiiial wtakneu. and la en,-" il)y adapted to tlit'Clirinifor.f TJfe. It will diwu'lvv and fijwl tumora from the uU'rnln an wirly atmrc of djTct')pnn'nt Dib tendency lo c-oi-eraua buinun thore 1 c hot It u J very iwedlly by Ita t e. t H haa jirrtTd in be the rreat nt and beat rrmpdy that tiaa evrr tuvn dlncorer ed. It pcrmcatea every portion of the iytcm, uid gv n w llfuand vigor It rraiurra f idnttien". flatulency, de nt roy all craving for atlinulanta, and relk-VL-a wcakneaa of the itonittch It cure ItlootUiK, Ilcadachea, Norvnnt Prnatratlon. Gneml liability Blwplt muicxj, Ix prt aaloa a no 1ml I- (cation. Tliat feeling of bearing down, causing pftin, wrlght and backiu h, la always permanently cured by Ita uae. Jt will at all times, and under all clrrumntaii cea. act In harmony with the law that goTerna titm female lyatem. For Kidney Complainta of either aex this compound la unaurpaaaed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com poind ! prepared at KOajid 33ft Weatrn Avenue, T,ynn, Ma-). frtce 11.00, Six botttoa for $5.00, Sent by mail Ui tlia form of pill, alao In tha form of Uiaenget. on receipt of price, $1.00, per box, for either. Mr PLNKRAal freely anawera ail K-ttera of Inquiry. Bend for pom phk-t. AddreM aa above MenUnn tht pajtrr No family anould be without LTU1A E. P1NK1IAJI' UR PILLS. Tbay cure Constipation, BUlouaneam aod Torpidity of tho Liver. veata per Utx. Htronir. Cobb A On., O.-n'l Aiieiitf. Ck-vi l.nil, O Sold by A. K. Thurber A C.. Alilrilnilrt. U. DR. SLEE, Superior atreet, opponlle Cane Hull, (.'level unci Ohio, Careo Spliilltf. (iiii.iirrlHer. (ileet, Strb-r- ure, lleruiH. Hll prtviile diieei anil Nervon- De billty, caiiHhm lot-of rem. atnnnrv. nijritt nnd coiiauutpnon. In left lime Until any oilier imivm clau lu lite city. NO CUKE, NO I AY ! Sore throat, imina In the hone- all kldnev and hladder diieate cured for lire. A exuerieiaju with uicH t HiicceKi If the world h In e'tuahle erf- terlan of abilhy. thin havlnif been nliniiied In duct: the Doctor to thcee lernin. PERMANENTLY CURES KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, Constipatioi and Pilos. IIR. H. II. CT.ATIK, ir . ercVt., aaya, "laaawcaofKIDMA' T110;TI;LE Ittal aeted llko aoharin. It haar irod many very badeaaariILEf, and br.aaevca. fhUcd to aetllkilea(lr.'J wmm v.j.M. -aaia-firtiiiiitf.i i'lMVrt f -nr IJ NELKON PAIBOtni.l. mtt. Albaaa, Tt., Mja, "ItUoriii-lcPlcavaiue. airt hiictb rea ol l.K-t auCorla Irom l-llea ,i Uvc '9aaltMavlut,lji ?.ii.nl .t. O. . HOttAIION, oril rkablra, aaya, "aae fMaakatrohnaaon. womlara for tae lu eoaa pletelj aurbas a Hi.K Liver and ItliLaer GampUlat." WON DEUlWIIY J POWER. wL&vul BKCADMR IT ACTS ON TIIE LIVGU.THR BOWEI.8 AND Kll- NBViS AT THRSA.1IB TUIE. Beoauaa It oloonaea the system of the poleonous huniora that doveiope In Kidney and urinary aitwaeea. tuane Jnundloe, Constipation, (Uw. or if Rhftumtlem Heurolfcjla and Femnledleoran K1UNEY-WOKT I m dry veretabU BMsatdv4 fee sent by aani: prvptUtl. One porltaire nlll makfl !x i.ts ft meillclae. TKY IT IWO-W I Bay It aft the PraaxUta. Price, $1.00. WELLS, alCHAEMOH k CO.. FroprUton. 3 Bnrllngtoa Ti, rUTT'S PiLaLS! SYii'PTCi.iS OF A TORPID LIVER. ria. of Appetite. Nausea, bowela costive. ill 1.1. e iimu, wun u uu., r !'r niulit. iiiuhiv colored Uruie. D? THESE WAEN1NQ3 ABE tTHHEEDEH SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TUTT'JPiLLS ureeapeclnllyndnpled suck ci.l. (im. lln-ie f li:c;.aurh chaiM() ffeelln. urn lonNiiinUli Hm aiifO-rmr, A Noted Divine says: IVr TUTT -Daar Sir : For tan !- I hT. . marur to Draper-".. Oonatipatiun and Plla- I-art BpriuXTHirI'i"'i)ir,,ot-IIlul',IldHl; J u"ra ttiam. 1 .11, nnw a wan man. -" a -ej. -j Darfeet, mden8ab.'rh-.yarMworilituBirWHilitli,aold hKy R 1, HIMt'sn lMUiviUt,Ks. lortf !oud Virnt laureaai: the Appeiltc, and ennae body to Take on J-lesli, Hid tlio "f atera aoarlaked, and by UirlrTouIe Actlou on Ulaeallva Oisaaa, KeaiuUr Hlool. ro Prlcnvrici'liln. tip Itllirrilv Wt., N. tutt'shairdye; r.aAV Haib OB WHiaxaaa cliniiaed lo a Gl-oeaT lircx l a aloal. applaialion ol tliiallva. It trii-.-"", or acot by .xpraaaoii . ocaipl M Oftic, 35 Murray St., New York, fraKaaaaaTaaahl I J I I) cTiiii'.utp o .-ii tlo.iol'butly or m'iKirii of" U;:n"n:r- Low hjiiriU. I.ona avmia Ait, ae.'irinrsii, Dizmciia, Fl-.itiiir tug at th'u Il"iirt, VnU bulorti tlio ejuaT VJIn-.ir rl'.Iii. I'oViViche. Ilc:tlflaei;e8ll GLIMPSE AT THE UNIVERSE—1880. AV.'7W. The Norih Star Polaris Hiplieacoti liht lo ItU-rtv for many a oor lave, i a alar of the thin) niagiiittnle and Ma eMiinale. dlxlHiiie ii a little nver one hu ml red and flfly-eight trillion rnilea a diatafice o reat (hat if 01 r earth ahould he hurled from its orbit and move over tliist ilium-use track at the rale of a million milea a day, it would rvquire four hundred and thirty. three ihouHnnd yearn to eccom plisli the journey to that distant dome in the Northern ky. When seen under a two thousand magnifying power, we (iis covertwo vaal $1111$ staudiug ai$rt more than five hundred billions miles, and each cofiihotieni iimiiy timcit larger than our i-ti ti4 The iar MiKar the elhow star iu 1 he dipper handle i inoru splendid even lliaii Pularm, the coinpwiieuL not more lhan a third the distance apart, but their that mice from us i so immeasurably great that a parallax has tint bten found lu eati mate it. yiriutf, coiuiuonly known a- the dg star, is known to have a Urge planeta ry body keeping him company, in later mettyurmenl made by Dr. Wolaton aided by the photometer, is ealiumted to be (if ty-rteveii thllioim miles distant, and four teen lime hirgt r that) our sun. A good three. Inch refractor rightly man aged can be made to mnguity twothouiaml I i m iv., Minicientl) distinct for outline star gazing puipOces, ami when directed fito the thicker poition ot the atari, as into the I'lciade.t, it is wonderful to behold their miiiilt-ri, increased to hundreds of tliuu iK, uiid in place so compacted that on- ly here and there a crevice can be found to admit a view inlothe dark and unfathom able region be) oml where their outline gradually fade a l he distance is increaied till they entirely disappear in the dark im meiiiiy of fptiie. The iinisi carele obstrver in lontein- plating the mighty magnitude of the Solar M-Htein, iu ranging from world to world surveying the distance to the great Jupi ter, from thence to Saturn aud Lraiius, and finally to theexireiuw verge where the planet N' ptuue wheels it course, is Htlll uiisnf islied aud ask, what U beyond these liiuils in the unfaihomable distance? On the wings of observation and thought, li passes the limits of the planetary system, crnnsinii the abyssof pace into the far ".'in taut regions Wyond, to behold innutuera hle Mius whoe distances have puzzled a ti-oumerf and in all probility will contin lie lo puzzle them forever, liut one thing we are certain of, they are located at prodigious distance. A distance which stnggeis all belief and under which the imagination reels. And from analogy we can reasonably infer that llmse millions of distant sum are surrounded by iunumera hie families of revolving worlds, in all probahilily inhabited by untold trillions of iulelligeticies, wheeling their course the depths of space, keeping exact time and step to the harmony and music of the universe. Their circling and inter-cir- clings controlled by the all prevuding law of alliuity or the force of gravitation, which there can be no mistake, no jar, no dinonler hut what that law will eventually cure. By aid of the telescope the Held of obser vation is wonderfully enlarged and every increase of powers came us onward in space, to behold new suns and systems of world enterely beyond our natural vision Theconclt)siun is Uat material yte,mn are a unlimited a space, that Iheie i no imit beyond which there is no exleut. kt by J. on of INDEX. Six thousand million dollars ia the offi cial atateiiienl ol the t08t, to the National Government, of tlm late war. liut that ainiiiint, aiUeinlous as it ia bevoml any man a power to form any distinct couceU' tinn ot it, il"u only begin to measure the whole cost or the war to tue country Vice-President Alexander Stephens- of the Confederacy, and its historian, declares Unit the war cost the South alone oyer eleven thousand millions. lhat iimk the cost of the Kebelliun over 17, 000, UOO.OUu, The Demucratiu pariy, which Ims iiomiimluJ fur Ihe l'rcsiiloiicy lie" llaiiciick, is mainly composed of those who liroiittiil on that rebellion and that war. Tinny of the forty-two Democratic Senators are iroin the southern states, Southern The Democratic party in Congresa is ruled bv the Demucratiu caucus; anu 111 that tue Stilid South has an overwhelming majority. What, then, is there in the history and the avowed principles and tendencies of this oartv and of these men, which sugiresl. a piitriutjv reason why we nhpujil now chooxe tn aiirrendur the lutal control ill the Na tional Government inlo their hands? As Senator Kdmuiids the olhur day put III case: "It you would prefer I lie kind of Government they desire, the best way in which you can help them toward it is to vote the Democratic ticket. I. bn the la il jTi'ly at nt Tint New Plan of the Krie. Kmierant. enroute or Ihe West have long -nlfereil lo a treat extent, by failure to reo , pio tier food at Hie slopiiing places, llie coiuracn for furnishing tliem meals have in tpsny cases been id lu rtislHurmil liftipers, and ihe reaull has been very unsatisfactory. To remove all cause for complaint in this matter, Ihe Erie Railway Company has decided to take into Us own hands the .ceiling 01 tue eui grau a u..e . .. roau. ii avaieuiiaii-- piio iu, ... 3 at "... .18.104.22.168.... 1:... i....... .i..v,.l 1.0 Me . Job 11 N. Abbot, General Passenger Agent of the road. When emittrauls reach the various stopping place, lor refreshmenU they have theentire freedom of the coiiipany's depot en,closqres, aiil no outsiders YIII ue per 111 ,1 tn niiirfure with lliuin iu any way The company's utttuials will luruiah them with alillliilance ol such filial as Ihev call for, which is usually Swedish or Rye Bread, i-iiffca. milk. 0l1ee-.11. iHiliurlin sausnge, pic eic. The pnniaions served will be of llie vcrv hcsi uualilv ill every case, and the nfllcinls will Insist Ihai ihe prices charged shall lie sirietly Hilliereil t . ttnj pro dure(l. Y, Ira. 1. Women thai hafe hepii given up by thoir dearest friends as U-ynnil help, have been perinuiienlly cured ley llie use of Lydia PiukliHin's Vegclnlile iiiiiihiiiih1. It is perfect cure tor all female oollainl, Semi to M:. (.y'li'i W- I'inkliaia. Western Ai t iiue, Lynn, Mass., for pamph lets. b7-8. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican County Convention met tuft Court Houae lo JefieraoD, on Mon day, Autr. ft, !8H0,and wax railed to order the Chairman of the Central Commit tee. On motion of M. I). Townaend, of Con. neaut F. A. Pettibona, of Aahtabula, wan eieceaj Chairman, i. A. Howell and Prof. P. Treat, of Ueneta, were elected Hoc retariea. A committee of three were appointed Credential.,., follow. : K M. Norton, M. D. Townaend, of Conneaut. i, 1. Hojt, Mor an On mo Ion of N. K. French it wan voted that the namee of the varlouv candidate. be announced, which wa. done a. follow.: Fob Hiiebikf A. W. Htiles. For Auditor E. H (Jilkev, Aahtabula; W. H. Crowell, Jefferson; H. A. Andrew., Conneaut. For Rrcohdrr II. A. Walling, Cole- brook; A. R. Houghton Jefferson; E. li. Pifer, Rock Creek; H II Grover, Hart.. trove; Marlon Brown, East Trumbull ; E F Mason, Jefferson. Fob Commissioner Calv;n Dodge, New Lyme; Austin Harmon, Andover Elzur Rawdon, Windsor. For Hcrvktor J A Fickinirer, King. ville; Burt Brett.Geneva; W W Hopkins, Cherry Valley; John H Hill, Ashtabula. For Inkirmart Dirrvtor JM Nettle- ton, Ashtabula; Bidney Luce, Klngsville Ezra Metcalf, Ashtabula. For Coroner Noah Iloskin.Jeffenon. After the announcement of the Lame. was completed, a call for Credential, wax made. On motion the chair appointed A O Hoakin. and H B Munger, tellers. Adjourned to 1 MO P. M. K. J VV J AFTERNOON SESSION. a Convention met promptly at 1 :l(0 o'clock and proceeded to business. The committee on Credential, reported delegation, full as follows: Andover D B Morley, Richard Uane, E L Smith, C R Holcomb. John Gregory. AMabula Junes Reed, Jr., V s Bum. ham, F A Pettlbone. F M Pierce, E R Metcalf, E H Gilkey John Castle, Win Ltndon E W Fisk, H J Topky, Geo C Mygatt, F A Dorman. Atutinhirrg I H Welch, J Gibson, R W Payne, N Aos In, L J Parker. Cherry ValltyW C Benjamin, P An drew., J S Sweet. ColebrookVt II Treat, H J Shatto, J Peck. llnrtngrvre H Ayers, Geo Gladding. Pienxmt Natlt. Follett, H Adams, A 0 Hosklna, H Henry, F P Cain. Onnwiuf O L Bustan, J C Graves, M D Townaend, P H Farnham.C Pool, A Scott, H Bleasedal., E A Stone, A K Hay ward, C R Godd.rd, A Durkee. JeffertonS H Cook, V R Joiner, H L gt. John, J A Howells. R M Norton, N E French, J A Hervey, C 8 Ryder. Morgan II J Covell, J J Hoyt, F H Geer, W W Watkins, R W Pettet. Trumbull Henry Goodell.R P Wolcott, Frank Eastman, W F Brown. Kingnille Ira Holden, Lyman Luce, Geo Thompson, Harvey Whitman, J F Blair, Geo. Morse. Rome F E Crosby, Hiram Evans, O B Laskey. Orwell E Crook, A Fen ton, I M Cov ert, CAB Pratt. Lenox W H Frajer, B A French, H S Smith, Plymouth Simon Hoffman, a H Sey mour. Williamtfield E T Smith, Philo Rose, Jesse Hart. Dortet H M Arner, J W Chapin. Rithmond W H Ballard, D B Peck, J T Kile. Saybrook W H Brown, W K Wilkin- son, H Maltble, U a vvalKer. Geneva 3 P Treat, H 8 Monger, D G Palmer ,J B Petty, J Worden.P W Tattle, A C Stevens, T McGovern.W C Maltble, Edwin Treat, D Bartholomew, S 8 Bur row. Bhrffteia.S. 4 Whipple, H H Btevens, Wm. Todd. llarpertfleld Daniel Sumner, Clark Martin, J C Sterrett, A L Custin. Monroe Henry Hayward, A Randall, C O Wiley, W H Gee, J H Brown, C S Barrett. New Lyme Vf H Dodge.S A Woodruff, J S Peck. lkum)i-l) K Palmer, J W Andrews. Windnor M F Roberts, E A Alderman, E Rawdon. O D Bell. Wayne C L Wilcox, Chester Oatman. M F Dean, W F Pelton. On motion of N E French the report was received and adopted. The Convention then proceeded to the nomination of officers in the order in which they had been announced. Sheriff A. there was but one name .nnn.j , .1.1. 0fnM J J Hovt of Mor. nomination of A W " """"" Stile, be made by acclamation, which was done and he was unanimously nominated. Next In order was that of ADDITOB -There being 131 delegates in ConTenlloI1 66 w r6ce9gary for , choice. After the second ballott, the name of H A Andrew, was withdrawn 1st hal. 2d bal 3d Ul, w c,owei jJ (JiJ All 63 81 21 47 53 08 130 130 131 K A Andrew., E II Gilkey, Recoiidrr The contest for this office was uuiie spirited. Six name, were an nounced, and It was only decided on th. qih UUot. U H Grover'. nam. was withdrawn after the Sd ballot, and that of Marion Brown after the 3d ballot: 1st II A Walling, 80 A K Houghton, 10 B H Pifer, 12 11 U Grover, (1 Marion Brown, 18 24 3d 4th Sth 73 . 40 7 13 1 IS 46 3 13 0 10 10 F Mason, M M 5 til AO i: 1:11 m 1:11 m CoMMiasrONRK Three names were an nounced, the only ballot resulted as follow.-. For Commissioner, 1st Calvin Dodge, . 99 Anatin Harmon, S Rawdon !. 130 name, were Coi.ntt Klrvitor Four announced for this office, and two ballot, taken ax follows: 1st 2d A Fickinger, 41 44 W Hnpkina, - 1 H John H Bill, - - 13 Burt Brett, 4Vi 5K 122 117 Infirmaiit Dirvtor The name of Ezra Metcalf was withdrawn before the balloting liegan, and there wax but one ballot. M Nettleton, ... VI Sidney Luce, IM m Coroner But one name having been announced, Noah Hotkin of Jefferson was nominated by a unanimous vote. The spirit of the Convention was most harmonious, and ihe bst of feeling pre vailed throughout. The following UbI of committee, for the various townships were announced : Andover B D Morley Ashtabula F A Petti none Auatinburg Sam McCullough Cherry Valley R M Skeels Colebrook-H A Walling Hartsgrove Erland Morgan Pierpont F P Cain Conneaut 8 J Smith Jefferson J A Howell. Morgan H J Covell Trumbull I S Lewi. Klngsville J II Kinnear Rome E II Stile. Orwell A H Rowley Lenox E B Watson Plymouth G W Johnson Williamsffeld W S Boyd Dorset J .nice Kennedy Richmond W H Bullard Saybrook E Wade Geneva S S Burrow. Sheffle d D C Smith Harpersfleld B F Luther Monr oe W H Gee New Lyme M V Miller Denmark M D Wilaey Windsor Seth Barber Wayne F A Kinnear. - After the adjournment of the Conven tion a call was made for committeemen present to meet in the Court room for the purpose of organising the County Central Committee. Sixteen township, were rep resented. A very hopeful feeling prevail ed among the committee It was their ex pressed purpose to make thi. a working campaign. It will be found that this county will lead the Tan in rousing ma jorities thi. fall. J A Howells was elected chairman of the Central Committee, snd authorized to .elect an executive Co rami tee, which will be reported hereafter. is TENTH REGIMENT ORDERED OUT. NihKS Aug. 7. The following order bae been issued by Col. E. J. Ohl, of the Tenth O.N. G. HEADQUARTERS. TENTH REGT. INFANTRY. O. N. G,. MINERAL RIDGE, O. Aug. 5 1880. General Order No. 3. 1. The annual encampment of the Tenth Regiment of Infantry, as required hv section 3078, revised statutes of Ohio, will be held at Ashtabula, O., commencing Wednesday. Sept. 1st, 18S0. 1. Field and Staff nfheers, company commanders with tiieircommaiids, and the ReL'iinenlal Band will report to Ihe Col onel commanding at the time and place named. 3. Companies will provide themselves with cooking utensils and lilaukeis, also an ax and spade should be brought along. The quartermaster will issue plain army rations anu win also proviue straw auu fuel. He is authorized to contract for the traiisptirtalion of the cum maud to and from camp and will notily the company com mamlers which rouie iney win taae. 4. Companies wear theirregulation unt forms. Field, staff and hue officers will wear their regulation dress uniforms. a. The rules and regulations governing the United St iles army will be strictly eu forced during Ihe eticampiuent. Disc-inline and order must be observed, and any officer or soldier who disgraces himself and comrades, by being intoxicated so as lo ren der him unfit for duty, will forfeit his pa while iu camp and te dishonorably uis charced- U. umcers anu men ot tue coioiuanu ill bear iu mind lhat their presence at this encampment is a special duty required by law, and company onimuaiidera win oe held strictly in account tor every man whose name aptienrs on his rolls, no sub stitule will be allowed; every membe must be iu camp, or satisfactorily account ed for. 7. Commanders of companies are charg ed with nrouiulu:ation oi tins order; tue. ill see lhat it is published once to ihei commands III line, anil that encn meiuoc is informed iudiviiluallv of lis content within one week from the dale of its re, ceipl, so they will be held strictly account- able for ita extM-ulion. 8. I hereby detail Captain E. li. Gilkey and his command to report to first Lieu tenant and CJuariermaster Jesse Bowell, on Ainruat 81st. at 10 o clock A. At., lor tin purpose of putting up tents and getlin the camp reauy to receive tue coiuuiauu, Bv order of E. J. OHL, Commanding Regiment. Hyde Park. Minn. April 23d, 1880. I hav? taken nearly a package of kiffney wort and it made me so much better tha1 I wish tn recommend it to all that may I in need of siii h a remedy. I am sixl years old and have raised a large family ol children. 1 have noi oecu sine to no in housework for inaiiv years, but now I hav sent mv girls ull oil and am doing my wor alone, wiiii-h suprises nil the iwople llml Mrs, P. Morse. COUNTY NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. SAYBROOK. The Sunday School, of Saybrcok hav. Ihe time for their annual nio-nlc. on Wednesday, Aug. 18lh, at Red Brook, or Chautauqua No. 2, .. t . sometime, tailed. It is expected that there will be Oor 7 schools gathered on th. grounds that lay. The young people's Christian Temper nce Union will meet on Friday night, Aug. 13, at the residence of C. W. Bur. dick. Six person, united with the M. E. church yesterday, th. ordinace of baptism being administered to four of them. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges, of Thompson, hare been the guesia of Dr. Fouls, ainte last Friday, ami leave to day for North East Pa. I learn from Mr. Udell, of Jefferson, that there is v,m talk of an old folks' gather ing at Jefferson, during this month. Th. idea, I suppose, is to get as many of the old pioneer, of this county together as poasi ble, and eapecially all those who are 70, end upward, not excluding, however, those who are younger. I would like to see some plan matured and carried out ruc- cessfully. Their numbers are thinning out every year, and the sooner such a meetine held, the greater the number of old set tlers who can attend. Would lileo m l,... hat other, think of the feasibiiilv of such a gathering. Aug. 9. J. J. KINGSVILLE. It is strange what an effect the imagi nation can exert upon the human body. For instance friend "Index'' of North Kingsville, has for some time haroored the idea that two or the planets were pair of helions, or something of that sort, which are to affect the earth in such a way as to poison the air, the water, and even the food we eat He has carried his idea so far as to seriouly contemplate im itating Dr. Tanner, and liye without eat ing. His mind haa dwelt upon this change so much, that his brain has become affected, and the most strange, and absurd hallucinations are chasing each other through hi. capacious cranium. As an example, he imagines that his little North Kingsville toad, is going to swell to the proportions of the Kingsville ox, and eventually assume such vast proportion. " inciune all lake Erie,within it. in corporation. The fact that Kingsville improper has 17 mounted, and equiped wide awakes, does not frighten us in the least. Large bodies move .low, but when once motion their momentum is irresistable. We are organizing a company here, and soon as there is work to do, we shall be ready for it. Saturday was a very warm day her. especially about the polls where our pri mary was being held. You have of course received the names of the delegate. elected. There was nothing uid in regard what road the eongresional delegate. should trav.l on their way to Warren, but is generally understood, that they will go for North way. The classes ot Amos Luce, and Dickson Woodburn of the Baptist S. S., had a pic nic at the lake on Thursday which wa. much enjoyed by all concerned. Mr.. Dr. Webiter, Mrs. C. Robinson, and Mrs. II. Eastman, are enjoying them selves at Chautauqua. Among th. visitors in town, we notice the wife of Mr. George Lowe who ia chief f telegraphic department of Erie. Sh. is visiting her father Mr. J. F. Blair. Also 11. R. Rogers who has lately taken to himself a wife, and with her is stopping at Mr. J. E. Glezen'i. Th. M. E. Sunday School are to have a picnic at the lake on Friday. A man by tne name ot atreet, gave m sort of Bob. Ingersoll speech on the park on Sunday afternoon. Aug. 9. IRON WOOD. Valuable remedy for a painful Disease ease Parmlees pile suppositories act promptly in allaying all inflamatinn of the rectum, by being easily disolved, are readilv ab sorbed into the system, healing the diseas ed and irritated condition of those organs. 1 hey are convenient for self application, causing no unpleasantness, and affording such satisfactory results, that to any one afhicted with that painful disease, the piles, they are invaluable. By direct ap plication to the seat ol tne disease, they are the most efficacious means of cure to be met, and are particularly use ful in cases or ngid contraction or the sphincter ani. Price 50 cents per box. Sold Swift and E. A. Willard Ashtabu- Aug. Since 1872 the annual taxation ol France has been reduced by 397,000.000 franc. The Franco Prussian war entailed on the country a taxation of 518,000,000. Tt i. predicted by the Miuister of Finance that this will be entirely wiped out within three years. The effect of the war upon France was the enforcement of the necessity fcr severe industry and economy which have been a blessing, while the lack of these qualities in Prussia, and the national ten dency to ease and luxury, have brought in their train, degeneracy, demoralization and the loss of publio prosperity. Carter', little liver nills are free from all crude and irritating matter. Concentrated medicine only; very small; very easy to take; no pain; no griping; and no purging. Evans, Col., Jan. 8th, '80. Dear Sirs. The kidney wort 1 got of you is the best medicine I ever used, I shall recommend it to all my friends. I thank you and kind providence for convey ing it to me, it is a great temporal bless- Respectfully. Very Respectfully. Wm. Ellis.