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WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. Knlrrd nt thn Pout Office fct AnliUlmln m Heeond CIkm Mitttr, I AM lis KKi:i & HON, 1'itlil ImImtm. ixikim4nkxt in all things. 1MUCE, 2 IX AOVANCK. Vi XXXI, No. :w. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1880. WlIOLK NlJMUEtt 1599. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MKUCIIANTS. TIION. . HOO Tll, ileitnntl 1'fiii- r 111 ivy iJ'mmIh, lrm'rlrn, CrorltMt-y mill (JIiihm- lH ItllUlH lllltl HIUM'M, Itt'ltlty-MlllUt CJuth- tiikt I lilt h ii ml CiipN, T'iImhu'oh iintl (Muitm, hihI cvt-ryt liln h fiuntly nceiU to eiit or wt-iir. Kurth Main Hroot, AhIiIuIuijii. 1H(I '' O ii I II F. S V I 1 t ' K W It 1. 1. 7( A ;- Tn mlies and L. I'l. Rockwell,) WIioIpkhIp hikI Ko tiill IHmUmh li) UrneorlfM ami PrnvlHlnnn, Ki lutH ami Ornln ; AkpiiI for American ami Union Kxprenn (!oiiiiniiilH uuil Olcvcliiml lli'inlil, -lu In Ntret't, AHhtuhulii, O. vm A. II , Ar li. wTsA VAKKruiiit'rVniuh-i' h'ti in 1 1 y urix'cricHiunl I'rovlHioitri; iiIko, mire IJonriH'llcnet y, mid the (Itiettt bruuUti m To Immi ami CiKurH. 12(11 H, II. WKtliM, Produce am. CnmintxHlon Merdmiit ftr the pureiniwflHTKl nit In of Wext rni Itehnrve l(utter.(,'lmeHOniiil Dried Krulln, Muln Mtimit, AHhtumiln, Jhlr. j , ,M , Wit' I KN KH"NON, lieiili'rV In tJriK orlt'R, I'rovlriUniH, Klour, KHrt. KnreiK" nml liomrMtle Frill tu, Htitt, FNh, I'hiMcr, Wuter-lilme, Heedri, Ac, Mln struct, AkIi i;ihnla, Ohio. W. UKniIKAo7T)eiilor inKiiulr"Pork. Hums, Ijinl, Hinl nil klmlft of Klsh ; hIko.hII ktndM of Family irocerlnn, KtiiHk ami ('on fertlonery, Ale ami Ioi.ieNtlu WincH. II." l7"mo it llYsofl.Kior In I ryVHl, (Jrocorlt'H, Hoot and HIiooh, Hutu, (.In pit, Hardware. Crockery, Hook, Pal u tit, OIIh, Ac, Ashtuhulii, Ohio. 1 taftl DRUGGISTS. If I A KTI N NICWIIIiltltV, t)ruirtfint ami Apothecary, and General Dealer In Urn km McdlcineH, Wine und Honors fur inetlleal purposes, Fancy and Toilet (ioodn Main nl reet , corner ol Ccn tre, Aahtabula, O. M AN UFACTU UKliS, f lVLi.icW"""ffi AN?T FHTco., Mannmrturertt of I, nth, HMIng, MouldliiirH, Cheque Itoxew, Ac., I'lunhiK, Matching, mid Hirrowl SawhiK done on short notice. Shop on .Main tit reel, opposite Sout h Park, Ashtabula, Ohio. ATTORNEYS AND AtiKNTS. II. II. liKHKIID, Attorney lit Law A No. tary Public. Otllce Hedbend lM'k AMUdlmln. Vm !H. I K'K, Attorney and Couimellor at Law and Notary Public, Afthtabula Har bor over pout office. WM1 Holdlerw, Atteulliin! All clatiitM for pen ftloiiHand additional bounty inimt be tiled before July, 1MS0, V. K. PKTTIBONK, Atlorncy : and Coun sellor at Law, ami Notary Public, opposite Fisk House, AHhtabula. J ittlX iC. XV. "rALVIN7"Attoiney ami ('tun itelor nl Law, and Notarle Public. Wil lard'shloek. lolU VI. fl. KAHIIiJ, Jll., Attorney f nd Counsellor at Law, and Notary public. Of fleo Willi Hall liro'B, AMhiubulaO UVO JOHN 'I. svitONMAttorney and Uotin Hellor at fiiiw, and Notary Public. Olllcc In AHhtabula Loan Association building. ri'liULlCM B O TIl7 A tto r 11 eyaii d Coui7 ttfihii- al Ijiw, Ashtabula, Ohio. ltflio li. Il7r ICO IN ABO, Attorney atLaw, Jell'er fcitn.Ohlo. Oillce iiUhe wnmneyBlockLi:iij2 UARDWAHK, Ac. iit.it. C, 111 lill Alt l A ., UealerH In Hard ward, lion, Steel and NhIIh, Stoves, Tin J'ln i.-.Sheet Iron, t 'opper and Zinc, and Mnn uiUiaurersoiTln.shoet Iron and Copper ware, Fihk'H Hlock, Ashtabula, Oiiio. PHYSICIANS. Dr.N.U .HtITIPHKK V ,M iirim-LIc H utile r. AHhtabula, t. KuMlduuce oil Luke Shore. DH. "k.ffl OltSE7Kciectic"l,hysicra"iii;""or flee and residence fid story Mrs. ProsKcr'n Iti lck hlock. Proprietor of Therapeutic Hath, l 'Hire hours 2 to P. M. Out busl 11 ens forenoons. IStM-lf ". IC. lit KINO, PliyHTcluu unci BiirKeon; tilHcc over Gee A Holers', i have a com piete set of Dr. Hadfluld'a Equalizers, with the exclusive rlht of AHhtabula county. Physicians are respectfully Invited to cull and examine the Instruments. Oillce hours iruin 10 a. 111. tol p. m. Hesidence south ol St. Peter's church. 1-120 FOUNDRIES. I' II OH MX IHON.WOHK8 COMMan'f'rs ol HtoveH, Plows and Columns, Window Cups ami sills, Mill Castings, Kettles, Sinks, Keigh Shoes, &e.( Puumlx Fouudry, Ashta-l-ta,Ohio. 1091 CABINET WARE. JOHN lIICKO, Manufacturerofand Deal er In Furniture of the best descriptions, ana every variety; also, Ueneral UndoriaitHi and .Manut'acLurur of Collins to order; Main street, north of .South Public Square, Ash Uibuhi, Ohio. 4il JEWELERS. A.TIKDUN A lUllUIN will doall klndsof ilcpulrliu ol Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, at r7 Mum Street, iu room with Carlisle A Tyler. J usy fiKO. IV. DICKINSON, Jeweler; Uepalr hm ol ail kinds of Watches, Clocks and Knvelty; Store In Ashtabula House Hlock, Ashtabula, Ohio. PHOTOGRAPHERS. lll.AKKNLKi: & tflOOItK, Photograph. ei-H and Dealers In Pictures, Engravings, chromoH, &o.; having a large supply 01 .l aildlngH of various descriptions, are nre ptred to frame auy thing In the Picture line at thnrt-notlce and in the best style. Harness makerT" FOiti) A: II UOTHHII, Manufacturers and I tillers In Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Trunks, Whips. Ac.., opposite Flsk House, Ashinbula, Ohio. ltjlo JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. IVI1I.O ii. lIKATtl. Justice of the Peace. Oillce over Ashtabula titore, Ashtabula. irB4 ARCHITECTS. JVIO NI.OAN, Civil Knglneer and Sur veyor, Architectural and Mechanical Draughtsman. Oillce In Pierce and Red head's Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. t4W DENTISTS. l. K. HII.LKY, IX U.K., Newber WTfry's Hlock, cor. Muln ami Centre Hts. Entrance on Centre Street. Oillce hours, 0 o Ua. 111. 1 to S Pnj ; i-rw pl4H A L I., Dentist, Ashtabula Ohh. Oillce Centre street, between Main and Park. HM . " MISCELLANEOUS. P. F. OOOI), Wholesale and Hfjull Deuler In all kinds of Coal, and Lumber. Hewer Pipe ol all sizes. Office and yard at Center fttreet railroad crossing, Ashtabula, Hall's Mhingles a specialty. Pine lumber .shingles, lath, of all kinds. In any quantity, at the lowest prices, and delivered on cars or any where i Ashtabula. Orders left at the store ofJ, li. Crosby A Sons, will receive prom vi t attention. 1526 J. Nil HI. IILYTIf, Agent for the Liverpool, Loudo A Globe InsuranceCo. Cash Assets over 4 J.UOO.UN) Gold. In the IT. H. fll,tVK),iHNI, Sloe' .adders also personally liable V2VA W rl . T B :l I T Iff 7 1 rii porter o f coUdrpoTl s 1 icd lit unite Monuinents, and Manufacturer of American Granite, MarbleandHtone Work. All work Finished In the Hest Manner. Oil! en and Works near L. S. A M H. Depot, Ashlabula, Ohhi. PM IfIK'RNNON&: EVANS, niachlnlsts and steam fitters. Farmers and Mill Machinery repaired, and every description of pipe fit ting done to order at reasonable prints. Shop at the Harbor. VUtf P? PATCH III Ifnr '1 It-... n, without cla or aoliiuriut Iruo. Anj lnJy 01 M child cu ueud with it. Will end ou ininpU LLplkU brtuiall (with dlracUoni) th&l will ut altn outfuurth Inch patchei. on recti pt of via; fur 11 N) tor )0. ToiMft itauipi roir40 uitah. AiiKMTi Wasted. Can urry out ly' Ojituuk In juur iiouktJ Hklai yitld fa to $l par Our upti lllutrud CaUliu olM o; 1 IDS ULh fit. PbiliLdalniiiA. Fft.iH rNflMlUilapftiar. 11 I.KOAli HLANKS. LAKOK nnd coniilote stock of l'Kiil lilankH fur Mule at the Tlil.KOHAl'il UI'Ht'K. A ASHTABULA & PITTSBURGH R'Y. CONDENSED TIME TABLE—May 16th, 1880. (lol!i HiMith. UulriK North, Kx. I Ar'in Hlattf.DM, Kx. IAi-'iii a in p m I -ill . . , Ilnrhnr I :iv H Mil ., I H. A M. H, (T'illiK 9 H :t-"i ....AMhlabiiln I 211 (t 411 Mini... ii Hill,... ! 15 H "il . .. AiiHlltiliuruli .. Ill Dill Kiikli-vllln I "Z II II Iloi k c 'ret'lc , , . . lit M "21 Home II II II New l.ymo. . 19 41 91 Inland 12 HI 4ll IlliHinilli-lil 12 III II Nl IHlkMi'liI I'i 12 III (Nl HrlNljilvillu 12 IIS Ill 111 rhalniilon II f", I" r am A. & U. W. II. It. (Jr. 1144 pin. 10 H4 7 (HI Warren 11 In Him 10 17 7 II N 1 1 c-h 11 2" 7 47 Ml .Hi 7 a Olranl 'I III 7 w 1 1 (I'i 7 :l(l Ilrlir Hill . . II 111 7 27 11 07 7 H ....Kniflp Kuriiiirt'... II 117 7 25 II !" 7 H) VumiuHtown .... 11 Ol 7 II" 2 ail .VI Alli'Khmy l Am 2 .'W HI IB I'lttnliurnh t 211 4 2". p in a ni a m p in All train dally except Hundayw. r. It. MYKltK, Gen. 1'hhh. and Ticket Agent. I.AKE SIIOKK mi llljAN NOI TH-KHN II II. GOINU WKHT. Mich. Kxpre.R leaven liiifliiln at 8.20 p. m. Krie 11:35 a. m., C'mineaut 12::ll a. in., AKlita hula 12:ii7 u. m., Geneva 1:15 a. in., l'alnei vllle 1:47 a. m., Cleveland 2:511 a. m. Hpeclal Chlcatro Kxprenit leave. HnfTalo al 12:.lo a. in., Krle :4II a. m., AKhtahtila lifto, ralneHvlllei::l4, and arrlven at Cleveland at D::V a. " . ( 'nnncniit Aceommodatlnn leaven Connuit at (i:n', n. in., Anilaiy 11:11, KIiiehvIIIc 11:21, AhIi tuliula (f:;u, tsaybnjiik 0:4:i, Geneva (l:."l, I'alneH vllle 7:25, and arrlvex at ('levelund 8:4(1 a. lit. Tulcdo KxpreHM leaven llllllalnat b:4oa. 111., Krle 111:116, t:iiniieant lll:'V, Klnj,"vllle 11:11 AHhtahiilu 11:2:1- Haybriaik ll::i:( Ueneva 1 1 : i:i, a. in., I'alncHvllle 12:18, and arrlvo. at Cleveland at l:2n p. in, Hpeelal HI.. 1.ou1k KxprenN leaven Hufralo 8:111 a. in.. Krlo 1(1:57, Anhlabulu 12:02 p. in j'uJniutvlll6 li:4ii, and arrive, al Cleveland 1:411. p. m. Fait, Mall leaven Buflaln at 9;i5 a, m., Krle 11:H1 a. m., Ciinneant 12:1a p. in., Axlila hula 12:.HI p, in., 4eneva 12:15 p. m., l'aiiieH vllla 1:U8 p. m., Cleveland 1:55 p. in. l'aclllc Kxpl CMH leaven Milllaln 12:15 p. m., Krle :l:")2, AsliUibnla 5:12, I'lilnenvllle U:Dl,and arrlvon ut Cleveland at 7:05 p. in. GUINQ KA8T. Limited Kxnrenn leaven Cleveland S:0q a. in., Palnenvllle 2:47 a. m., Oeneva 8:1:1 u. in., Haybrimk :i0 a, m., Anhtnbula 8:2H a m., Conneaut :l:50 a. in., Krle 4:40 a. in,, and ar liven at llullalo at 7:25 a. m. Atlantic Kxprenn leaven Cleveland 7:S0a. in., Palnenvllle 8:20, AnliUibula :0."i, Coiiiieaiit0:2H, Krle 10:20, and an iven at lltillaln ut 1:10 p. in. Toledo and llull'tilo Accommodation leaven Cleveland at 11:15 u. in., I'alnenvlllo 12::l5, Ue lleva 1:11 p. in., Haybrook 1:20. AHhtabula l::t2, KliiKnvllle l:4.i, Amboy . Conueaut 2:02, Krle .1:1(1, llnltalo 7:IHI p. m. Chicago and Ht. Louln Kxnrenn leaven Cleve land at 2:55 p. in., i'alnenville :i:4l, Anhlahiila 4:2:1, Erie 5:.'fo, and arrive, at llurlulo at8:U0 p. m. Conneaut Accommodation leaven Cleveland at 4:50 p. in,, l'nincNvllletlMIO. Ueneva (J:45,Hay brook 11:55, Anhtabula7:01, KliiKnville7:15, Am boy 7:24, and arrlven at Conneaut at 7:110 p. in. Hpeclal New York Kxprenn leaven Cleveland at 10:85 p. in., Palnenvllle 11:24, AnhUtbula 13:07 a. m., Krle 1:20 and arrlven at bullalo at 8:55 a. in. ,TrninH run by Coluinbtin time. L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION Krom and nl'ler llec. llth, 187y, FanneuKer Tralun will run an follown: OOINI WE-ST. No. l.lW.Kt. (IOINO EAHT. No. 2. W. Kl. STATIONS. AM A If 7 40 7 45 7 48 6 00 7 58 (I 211 8 III) 6 85 8 06 0 45 8 SO 8 05 8 27 8 17 8 87 07 8 59 ia 8 55 10 06 08 10 40 e 19 ii 14 it 20 11 86 9 32 12 18 87 12 27 9 48 12 50 9 57 1 35 10 04 1 40 10 20 2 10 10 28 3 05 10 88 8 87 10 62 4 07 II) 59 11 07 4 87 11 15 11 17 6 00 AM iii' rM PH. 3 0." 9 00 1 57 4 20 1 49 4 00 1 44 3 47 1 88 3 85 1 28 2 07 1 18 I 50 1 07 1 .82 19 58 1 00 12 60 11 45 12 15 11 87 12 01 11 14 11 53 10 6(1 U 88 10 26 11 80 10 10 11 14 9 48 11 05 9 20 10 67 9 05 10 89 8 35 10 28 7 4(1 10 18 7 911 10 03 8 65 9 66 9 47 a 93 9 87 9 35 a 00 A ii A it Oil City Kant.. IJunetlon. . .. ion City Went I Keno Hun 1 Kriinkllii Huminlt ll'olk iltnymllton Handy Lake.... IStoneboro llraiich Clark 1 Hadley Halem Amana IJamentown... Turner Hlinon 1 Andover i Leon Dornet t Jeflernon OreKijn Plymouth Centre Htreet.. 1 Anh tabula .... Plttnburgh 1 Toleirrnpll Station.. PanneiiKer fare at the rate of 8 cent, per mile to way ntatlonn counted in evuu hall dlnien. ERIE RAILWAY, Now known as The New York, Lake Erie & Western R. The New York, Lake Erie & Western R. Abstract of Time Table adopted June 21, 1880. 1LTLLMAN'S best Drawing-room and Hleeplnjr Coachen, combining al) modern Improvementn, are running through without change from llullalo, Hunpeunlun Mrldge, Niagara Kalln, Cincinnati, Chicago to New York, making direct connection with all linen of foreign and coantwlne nteaniern, and also with Sound nteaniern and railway linen for Honton and New Kngland oltlen. Hotel Dining; Cam from Chicago to JVew York No. 8. No. 12 No. 4 Stations. N. Y. Atlantic Night Kxprena Kx. hx. liunkirk L've" 1 06 p.ir 7.... Haiainanea.. " 9.15.M. 8 36 " Clllloh " 7 05 '" T " 7 00 pTlT Hunp. llrldge " 7 15 ' 9 00 " 7 10 ' Niagara Kal In " 7 90 ' 9 06 " Jt 16 ' Uullalo " '8 35 " 3 50 " B 80 " Attica 9 28 ' 4 10 " 10 20 " Portage " ..." Hornellnvllle " 11180" t" 60 " 19 10 a.m. Addlnon " 121 7 60 " 1 07 " llocbonter... " 9 00AM. 4 00 BIOp.m. Avon " 9 43 ' 4 40 ' 7 29 " Until 1182 " J140' 1160 " Coining...."; iaS9f.ll. 815 " iWA. Klmlra " tl 31 " 8 55 1 68 " Waverly.... 152 " 9 30 ' 8 38 " Owcgo " 918 " 10 10 " 8 03 " Uingdamton " 964 " 1100 " 844 " Urealllend. " 8 18 " 4 18 " Hunquehanna " 8 10" 1165 " 4 30 " Depunlt " 4 12" 19 30A.M 6 011 " Hancock " 4 41 " 1 IIU ' 6 80 ' Narrownburif ' (0 08 ' 3 29 " 7 12 " Laekawaxeu " 0 38 " 7 88 " Honendale.. Arr 7 45 ' il 25 " Port Jorvli.. L've 7 08 " "8 48 815 " Middletown. " 4 40 ' 901 " Ounllcn " 915 ' Paterniiii " 9 16 " 6 93 " 10 83 ' Newark " 10 07 ' 7 80 " 1307p.m. Jersey City.. Arr. 9 55 ' 7 06 11 10 A M New York.... " 10 001'. M. 7 36a.m. 11 95 ' Exdium. Train. Leave Nnw York 9.00 A.M. Cincinnati and Chicago Day Kxprenn. Drawing Hoom Coaohen to Buf falo and Sunpciinlon Hrtdge. 6.00 P.M. llally. Fant Ht. Ixiuls Exprenn, arriving at Bullalo 8 00 A. M., connecting with flint tratnn to the West, North went and Houlhwent. Puliman'B bent Drawing Uoom Hleeplng ( !oachen tu Bullalo. J.1J r.BI. llally. Paelllc Kxprenn. Sleep ing Coachenaud Hotel Dining Cam through to Chicago without change. ' 7.00 P. M. Kuilgraut train for the Went, Dul!y. tMeal ntatlons. a.Ank for Tickets via Erie Railway; for sale by all principal oftloen. JNO. N. ABBOTT, Oen. Pans. Agt., Now York. J. 8. Bartlktt, Qen. Nor. Ftl... Agent. Butfalo. Ti rrfcrT-) cvntt FORti.ooais- IVllANIU JeftBeaof the Urinary Organs .jZaiMaiWlav in 3 to 4 day., lions not mint p',Jgrl rl il the breath, or betray its prea 4T l y -'itenee in ai:y manner, (treat-lii-SaMKflf nicut local). Hold by all Druiorists. or sent bv mail on receipt of price. Heud for pan for pamphlet, free, bl'Ambll Ol&uiciau Box lt)7,Uun-alo.N. Y, Note Books. A ( ORNTI will buy a note book, con tv talnlng 100 nicely printed notes at TKLKUltAPU OKJ1CE. BOOTS &. I urn now offering SHOES AT 10 PER A Good Kll lt.nllon,$I.K), hoI.1 A Ooml K1 l.ow Itiiltiin nml Monv jinn nikm-h, $1.25, ift i nien'M Pine Ifaiul Srwvd (hiiiiio A jol) lot (li'llK'll iiip liootM No. 8, anil (Ii'm urc shop worn, IN. S. SMITH, 145 C. A. IIASTINU'H MRS. LYCIA E. PINKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS. UHCOVEItEH OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VE5ETAELS COMPOUND, For all Female Complaints. This preparation, u itf lum tlprninot. comltU of Tirtitablo PropertlM that are Imrink hs iu tho moat del lct Invalid. Upon ono trial tho uierlU of thli Com pound will tie roconmlnKl, Mrvllef la Immedltue ; and when Ittt tiMili continued, In ninety-nine canei In a bun. dred, apt riiuuioiitcuroiaenTvcldASthooflanda will tot tify. On K'l'ount of It provrfn mrlU. It ito-dar n rominrndcd and vreacrlbed bj tbe bet pbyttlcliuic la tlie country. It will cure enttely th womt form of fUlnf of the ateruj, Loaoorrhata, Irreerular and painful MriiNtruatlon.ollUvarlan Trouble, Intlammatlon and Ulceration, Floodlnvs, all Uluplocemcntt and the con f oqutmt kplnal weakneim, and li eapeclallj atapud to tho Change of Llf u. It will dlfoiolTe and eigml tumor from tho ulrudinnn early nto; of dvoloiincnt. The tendency to c'ncervUM humor thre 1 chockinl vtiry jHtodlly hy Hh . In Uet H ha proTM) to be the (rm.fr est and best remedy that hat ever been discover ed. It permeate every portion of the tyxtem, and giv-t nww llfeand vigor. It remove falntneiu, flatulency . de troyaallcravInK foratUnulanU.and relieve weaknc of tlio atomacb It cures Bloating, ITcadarhoa, Ncrvon Prostration. Ovnerol Debility sleeplesane, Depreasion and Indl KOBtion. That feetlug of bearing- down, oauslng pain, weight and backache, la alwaya permanently cured by Iteuw. ltwlllataUtlme,4U.dunderull circumstan ces, ftct in harmony with tbe law that govern the female system. For Kidney Complaint of either eez this eompound is unsurpassed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is prepared nt 233 and MO Western Acnue, Lynn, Has. Price tl.00. Six bottle for $5.00. Sent by mail Iu the form of pills, also in the form or Loaeugea, on receipt of price, 1.00, per box, for either. Mrs. FDfKHAM freely answer all letter of Inquiry, Send for pam phlet Addrean a above Mention thi$ paper. No family should lie without LYDIA E, P1NKHAM' UVEHlJILLa They cure Constlpatloa, fiUiousnes auu Torpidity of the liver. V evnU pr bos. Stronji, Cobb A Co., GenM Agents. Clevelond, O Bold by A. H. Tburber A Co., A ah tabu la, O. A Compound Tlnotur of the most vnlu nbl remedies known to the medical profession, prepared upon strictly pharmaceutical principles Aa experience of twcntr-fiVe year prove it to be tho RrunUwt Antidote to Mularia and ail other Aue nilt'.ouccs known to the world. The only aUtolut cur for all Affection of tlio Itli'.neyn. In I.lvcr C'oniplnint DyMuepMlu, nil Uiisoi'ilertt of the Itnwcla, nnd alT AlU'f tio:iH ol tlio Throut and LunKH It t equally rllcnclou; while as a rumody for complaint peculiat $ to Urn fouKile Hex it hits no SKjnaL J2 NOT A BEVERACE fi Hut nn nl.l relinblo llonscliold KomeiIy tb -roughly uJapUid to assliit mituru. 5 It sTippUoa tone to the atoniacb, reinviRYvatea tho1) dl;;itive organs, stimulates Die secret ion a, and pr mot lug a rouular action of tho bownts. enables every or":m of tho body to perform it allotted work regu larly and without interruption. Its hicheHt commendatmna oome from those who bare uwid it loiiKent and known it beL Nowhere so popular aa In Lancaster, Pa., where It has been In use for mora than a quarter of a ot utury. llltflily coiniueudi'd as) a teneral Tuufo Olid Appvtiv-or Bold by Drugginta every hurt THS ME88ENOEN OF HEALTH A large sited psper descriptive of disease. Its origin and cure, will be wailed fro to any ad drew oa application to THE MI6HLEH HERB BITTERS CO. . . Uanoaster, Pa I Jf" We strongly recommend to mother Prel Piirker) IMciutoiit Worm Hyrup. It cte fgils, is easy to tako, and do aiLer-piiysio U require 'tloe, couta . FACTS WORTH KNOWING. atmww. Varho. Maadrak. KtllllBgls end 'many other of the bent medicine, knowu are go' gkillf uily combined in Pabkbr's Ginoeb Tonic! M to mace l tue KrenLai diooo runner ana The lit neaitn ana KireaKiQ nemorer Kver lived. On w.pfnfc Am th nnmnoaitJnn of Pari: alt's i Qixokr Tonio that no iXianam can long exist' w here it ia uaed. If you have Dyspepsia, Head-; ache, Rheumatitm, Neuralgia). Bowel, Kidney. or Liver uitoraer, or ii y uecu m uiuu suiu- ulant, or appotiztir, the Tonic 1b just the med Iclne for you, aa It ia highly curative and In vigorating but never lntoxicatiug. ir m rn alnwlv WAHiiiiir awav with Con-' sumption or any Blckneaa, if you have a Pcinful! will Burely help you. It gives new life and vigor to the fueble and agtxl. and Ib a certain; rigor t ure fc cure for Hheumatiam ana Cholera infantum. It Has Bared Hundred! of Uveal It safe itiun. ! If you are feeling miserable dont wait until' you are down sir.ic, but use the Tonio to-day.; No matter w hat your ditteaue or aymptoma may . be it will give prompt relief. i He member t PaKKUt'e Gihoik Tonio Is not; a rum drUik but the Bert and Purest Family, Medtoine ever made, compounded by a new. unkhuu and entirtilv dliTurbnt from Bltteri,' 'finger pmparatioua and all other Tonio, Try; eOUC UUiUO. wu vu ueiau w i ' PARKER'S HAIR BAL8AM The Beit and Host Eeosomleal HairDreiaiaf exquisitely perfumed and perfectly harrnkss. Will Alwaji lie a to re flray or Faded Hair to tu original youthful color and appearance, and la warranted to atop its hilling, Attut its growth and prevent baldness. ..... A few application of the Balsam will soften the fcvair, cleanse all dandruff and cure itching and hu BWiraoithcKalp. &oUbyaUdiuggiUiU0Hysort1(a SHOES ! my Spring line of CENT. DISCOUNT! at $U.OO. Tin, Hold nt$1.2. $1.80, 2.00. n licut CiiHtoin work) $t worth O O, 10, 11, for $2, cont a.ii5 but a good wearing Hoot. MAIN STREET, OLD 8TANI. AN ESPIODE OF THE CENSUS. ProbaWy the nipimunt pit-co of cold blooded duci'ption ever practic ed on a woman occurcd out iu WeHt ern Addition tlie otlmr day. It eeiiiA t li ut the belle of that import ant Biilmrb of our municipality in a Slisn SiiRau Smiffey, and whom a vigorous rumor, kept in circulation by her Ichh favored siHtcihood, cred ited with being n deBperata little flirt in fact what Billy Hice, the minstrel, URed to call a false hearted croky. At nil events her affections wcro of suflicicntly indefinate a qual ity to cause her two most favored visitors to look upon each other with the most vindicitive feelings common to hated rivals. These gentlemen who were respectively a city hall clerk, with cyo glasses and freckles, named Pliff, and a red headed dry goods manipulator named Uiggs occupied the intervals devoted to gloomily sitting each other out three evenings a week to fruitless attempts lo discover which of the two was really the coming man in the matri monial race, so to speak Last Thursday morninc Miss Smiffey, iu response to a business like ring, admitted a middle-aged party with a black beard, and wear blue goggles and a long ulster. "I am taking the census, mum," he said, opening the flat book on the piano and getting out some blanks. "just look sharp, please, and auswer the necessary questions." Miss hmittey trembeled a little, as women always do when talking to a government officer, and said shed woudl try. "Lom'nie seo your name's Smif fey, I believe first name?" "Susan." "Middle name?" "Havn't got any, sir." "Come, now, young woman, no prevarication. Are you suro you haven't got a middle name some where, and you are trying to con ceal it?" "No, sir, indeed I haven't," said tho young Indy, turning very pale "I wouldn't deceive you." "You'd bettor not, mum. The penalty is twenty-five years at hard labor. "Gracious me!" "Fact, mum. Now, then, let's see what'l next. Ah! yes how often married" "Not once yet." "Ahum! Going to be, I s'pose? Been asked, eh?" "Oh, yes, sir; several times." "Call it six times," said the census man, making an entry. "What's next? Ah, yes is your back hair false?" "M m must I answer that?" "Of course you must. Don't trifle with the United States Gov ernment, mum. Come now " "Well, it's sorter; that is kinder." "That'll do; we'll call it mixed. Teeth sound. "Don't get excited. Let's see I'll putyour ago down as twenty five. The United States never al lows us to lake a woman's age on oath. They will lie; can't help it, I gUOBS." "I'm just eighteen. I don't care whether the government likes it or not," said the citizeness snappishly- "Of course, of course; they all say that. Pay attention please. What size corset?" "Eh?" "Must answer, mum. Remember the penalty. How many inches around the waist?" "Well, if you must know, sixteen, but I think it's just shame " "No remarks, please. Ahem! We'll call it nineteen. They gen erally throw off about throe inches, I find. Size of shoe?" "Two but I can wear one and a" "I'll return you as a number 4. That's about what a 'throer' always says. Any beaux?" W w what?" "I say any beaux? and be very careful nbont your answer, mum. The Washington authorities are yery particular on this point. Has every thing to do with the next cen sus, you see. Now, how many sweethearts?" "Well of course there are some gentlemen coming here and " "Of course there are; I've got you down in the 'good looks' space as 'A. A. I. I. handsome.' So of course you have plenty of admirers. All the government i-qnircs, however, is the principal one.." "Will," said the young bdy, somewhat molilicil, "thi-re is Jimmy Pliff and Tom Diggs, and" "Hold np.rigbt there. Which of 'em do you intend lo many?" said the enumerator of thn pupubitioii, earnestly. "Oh, neither of them. There's ahem! there s a splendid g.-ntlo- man named Seudbcny Charlie Scudberry perhaps you know him? lie has lug lirown whiskers and beautiful curly hair, and" "And do these these oilier gen tlemen Pliff and Dig!" know of this this fellow, Scudberry?" " "Oh, no! I'm to smart for that. I just tag them along to buy ice cream and caramels, a.nl take me to the theatre. It's the biggest fun! Charlie knows all about it, you sec, and calls himself the the oh, yes, the dark horse! 'Oh, he does.does he?" roared the census man, jerking of his wig and guggles and revealing the enraged features of Mr. Thomas Diggs. "I wish him joy of his bargain, and I'll give him just six months to get a divorce from the n.ost two faced lit tle cat on the pacific coast!" And he banged the door like a pile driver behind him as he stalked nut. BOARD BY WHOLESALE. Yesterday afternoon, shortly after the arrival of the train a man en tered a hotel in this city and asked the clerk, who stood busvinir him self with a patent blotter, the terms upon which ho could engago board. "Uwing to the location of your room, sir. Big demand for our rooms. Feed well." "I don't care so much about the eatin' part," replied the man. "I'm forty odd year old, and have .been eatin' about all my life. It's gitlin' to be an old thing to me. Well, say, give me a respectable room how much'll you charge?" "J ust yourself, sir? ' "Well, in a manner." "Twenty-five dollars a month, in case your are alone." "ou see, it's about like this: My wife will be with me, but as times are pretty tight, I concluded to arrange it this way: I'll take breakfast, my wife will take dinner, and we'll throw up wet or dry for supper. I reckon I'm a little the best manager you ever seed." "l clon t understand that sort of arithmetic." "Both together we'd only eat the meals allowed for one person. It don't hurt a bed airy more for two people to sleep on it than for one. I ve got a bed out in the country that was presented to my wife when we got married, an' I'll be dinged if it ain't just about as good as new. It's one of those old-fashioned beds, with high, yaller posts and knobs on the top as big as young pumpkins. I'll furnish the room with this bed an one chair. My wife- can set on the floor. I have lived in the coun try all my life, and bavin' made a little money last year, I concludod to come to town and splurge a little. Tha's a woman down in the country that has all the timo been buckin, agin my wife, and to git away with her we have concluded to board at a hotel." "Fifty dollars per month is our lowest rates." "How much by tho year ? I'm goin' in this business right ?" "Seven hundred dollars." "This is a wholesale business with me. How much for ten years ?" "Six thousand dollars." "That's gettiu' down to it. How much for twenty years ?" "Ten thousand dollars." "All right. Murk me down for a snack right now, and check it off for twenty yeras." "See that card ?" said the clerk, pointing to the hotel maxim of per sons without baggage are required to pay in advance. "Oh, I've got the baggage," said tho man, lifting up a carpet bag. "That won't go." "Won't you take this as security?" "No get out of here !" "But I want lo board here twenty years." "Go on your way." "I'll leave your hotel, sir, hut first lot me show you." He lifted up the carpet-hag, opened it and displayed 150,000 government bonds. "You can stay, sir." "No, I believe not. It takes too much money to put up at this hotel. Guess I'll go round and put up at a wagon yard." Ever since Cain gave Abel a clip over the head, people have lost money by not observing the laws of politeness. The Fact ol tlie bn.lne Is, that in Hamilton's ginger tonic the people have found a most effectual miiody for colic, diarreah, disentnry, crumps, cholera morbus, sour stomach, etc., ever offered to the public. This remedy is wnrrunteil to possess in a concentrated form nil 1 he properties of pure Jamaica ginger. It is active and efficient, mid is sure to prove its necessity in every house hold by its high tonic properties. Us hann lessuesii and its prompt efficacy in remov ing all disorders of the stomach and bow. ela. Price 50 cents per bottle; sample bottle 35 cents. Sold by Swift and K. A. Willnrd, Ashtubula, Parshull, Kingsvillo. Aug. 100 Blank Receipts, nicely bound for 30c, at the Tehukacu Office, TO YOUNG MEN. di.owi.sa I'assaoe rito.M (mi! TO YOUNG MEN. GARFIELD'S CAMPAIGN SPEECH LAST YEAR. General Garfield i1eii .:rc1 speech at Cleveland last Oc'nbcr, i the course of which he said: Now, fellow-citizens, a woi I I . fore I leave you on the very ci- . ! the holy day of God a fit mon- i.i lo consecrate ourselves finally to tl great work of next Tuesd ay morn ing. I see in this great audience to night a great many young men, young men who are about to cast their first vote. I want to give yon a word of suggestion and advice. I heard a very brilliant thine said bv a boy the other day up in one of our northwestern counties. He said to me, "General, I have a great mind to vote the Democratic ticket." That was not the brilliant thine-. fLaiih ter. I said to him, "Why?" "Why," sum ne, -my lather is a Kcpubltcan, and my brothers are Republicans, and I am a Republican all over, but I want to be an independent man, and I don't want anybody to say, 'That fellow votes the Republican ticket just because his dad does,' and I have half a mind to vote the Dem ocratic ticket just to prove my inde pendence." I did not like tho thing the boy suggested, but I did admire the spirit of the boy that wanted to havo some independence of his own. ow. 1 tell you, younir man. don't vote the Republican ticket iust be cause your father votes. Don't vote tho Democratic ticket, even if he does vote it. Laughter. But let me give you one word of advice, as your about to pitch your tent in the great political camps. Your life is full and bouyant with hope now, and I beg you, when you pitch your tent, pitch it among the living, ami not among tlie dead. Applaus.J If you are not at all inclined to pitch it among the Democratic people and with the party, let me go with you a moment while we survey the ground where I hope you will not shortly lie. It is a sad place, young man, j for you to put your voung life into. It is to me far more like a graveyard than like a camp for the living. Look at it ! It is billowed all over with the graves of dead issues, of buried opinions, of exploded theories, of lisgraced doctrines. You cannot live in comfort in such a place. Laughter. Why, look here ! Here is a little double mound. I look down on it and I read, "Sacred to the memory of Squatter Sovereignty and the Dred Scott decision." A million and a half of Democrats voted for that, but it has been dead fifteen years died by the hand of Abraham Lincoln, and here it lies. (Applause.) Young man, that is not the place for you. Hut look a little farther. Here is another monument a black tomb and beside it, as our distinguished friend said, there towers to the sky a monument of four millions of pairs of human fetters taken from the arms of slaves, and I read on its headstone this: "Sacred to the memory of human slavery." For forty years of its infamous life the Democratic party taught that it was divine God s institution. They de fended it, they stood around it, they followed it to its grave as a mourn er. But here it lies dead by tho hand of Abraham Lincoln. Applause. Dead by the power of the Republi can party. Applause. Dead by the justice of Almighty God. (Great applause and cheers.) Don't camp there, young man. liut here is another a little prim rose tomb laughter and I read across its yellow face in lurid, bloody lines, these words: "sacred to the memory of State sovereignty and secession." Twelve millions of Dem ocrats mustered around it in arms to keep it alive; but here it lies, shot to death by the million guns of the Republic. (Applause.) Here it lies, its shrine burnt to ashes under the blazing rafters of tbe burning confederacy. (Applause.) It is dead! I would not have you stay in there a minute, even in this balmy night air, to look at such a place. (Applause.) But just before I leave it I discov er a new-made grave, a little mound short. The grass has hardly sprouted over it, and all around it I see torn pieces of paper with the word "fiat' on them laughter and I look down in curiosity, won dering what the little grave is, and I road on it: "Sacred to the memory ot the nag tsayy (laughter) nursed in the brain of all tho fanat- ism of tbe world laughter rocked by I nomas Jiwing, George H. Pendleton, and a few others throughout the land." But it died on the 1st of January, 1879, and the one hundred and forty millions of gold that God made, and not fiat I lower, lie upon its little carcass to ;eep it down forever. Prolonged applause. Oh, young man, come out of that! (Laughter.) That is no place iu which to put your young life. Come out, and como over into this camp of liborty, of order, of law, of justice, of freedom, Amen of all that is glorious under these night stars. Is there any death here in our camp? "Yes! yes! Three hun dred and fifty thousand soldiers, the noblest band that ever trod the earth, died to make this camp a camp of glor- '.i libevfy forever. Trernund ., . luiise. i I., re arc fio dead w sues here. ' b innrt tm under the blue in , J t mitt- it shall sweep the yon feet! It hangs j " , J''11 1 way np on- ' ption we have ' v" twenty five .L'n Repub ' I to liberty, ' r wedding. fih'.'y mar- '''tor on l bug han 1 e-, ..Usals, " l i !y wete ' "f lu- ' 'ii' nky I 'sli-i'l .',, , V..-t V ,-t.ltv.. ? : ne 'i ti. fc'ol at. 1 d. wh , erty ! . aeros- i, word ago! ''.!,' never ei i ! the territ- in i ot Applause.) Is U'j Alive, thai.ii Go'J, Applause. AnJ'n it was the hou- it j.. planse. Thct, ii promise, a purj w, equal with the s n- tory and immortal tn 'l Come down the our banner. T-. r. have made w hc-c . i, i'i Aii. . 1 . .vi th our oiooa ana iir in . . swiig the gronnd and n toccl.c Die an. Come there, yo. ,g uiun, un i nut, in your young life v ht r - ai: is bvii g, and where nothing ib-aJ but Ine heroes that defendec :'. Applause.) I think these young n.t-n will do that. "Of course they will." Gentlemen, we are closing this memorable campaign. We have got our enemies on the run everywhere. (Laughter.) And all yon need to do in this noble old city, this capital of the Western Reserve, is to follow them np and finish it by snowing the rebellion under once more. We stand on an isthmus. This year and next is the narrow isthmus between us and perpetual victory. If yon can win now, and win in 1880, then the very stars in their courses will fight for us. (Applause.) The cen sus will do the work, and will give us tnirty more freemen of the Worth in our Congress that will make up for the rebellion of the South. (Great applause.) We are posted here, and the Greeks were posted at Thermopylae, to meet this one great Xerxes of the isthmus. Stand in your places, men of Ohio. Fight this battle, win this victory, and then one more puts you in safety forever. THE MINISTER. Along in the summer time of the year the congregation is .called to gether in the basement of the church. After Deacon Jones bad offered prayer, Brother Smith rises, crosses his hands and says: Brethren and sisters: During the past year our dearly beloved pastor, Rev. Shadrach Brown, has labored earnestly and devotedly among ns. He has worked five hours every Sunday and has sacrificed his health by attending a service nearly every Friday evening. Poor man, we have exacted much from him. He needs a rest. We shall send him to Eu rope. Do you favor the idea? The subscription list is passed and the Rev. Shadrach is tendered 1,000 and given a three months' leave of absence. It is a great thing to be a minis ter. Miss Smith works in a store and is on her feet from eight o'clock in the morning until nine at night. Miss Jones works in a collar shop and guides a sewing machine until her head swims. The citizens meet and attention is called to these young ladies. Shall we send them on a month's vaca tion to the country or sea-shore? No! It isn't a great thing to have to work for a living. The editor racks his brains and dulls his scissors three hundred and sixty-five days in the year. He has putted Mr. so-and-ao into Congress, has worked Dr. Bluff into a profita- Kla Tii-afilinii anil f 'i 1 1 .1.1 varxautaA at tention to the quality of Mr. Oleo- asked, shall we send the itditor Ul the White Mountains and let hinj catch fish? V No! No! I Send him toMemph' and let him catch the yellow fevy Oh, that we had been made i , imuioii;! . Mow to Gel I sick. and day, eat s; without r Expose yourself night and much without exercise doctor all the time; take all the vile trums advertised ; and then you Willi to know i How to Get W.ll. j Which is words 7 iu flop bitters I See other column. We ran Anlfl You. In disposing of that weak stomach, those uiiious complaints, mac sick oeau acne, coated loncue. bad taste in the mouth, prostration, dullness that mark the con firmed dyspepsia, we can tell you of a rem edy, Pariulee s dyspeysia oompound. It it no doubt the most successful cure for dyspepsia ever known, otherwise we would not miarantoe it. Prioe per bottle tl : samples lflcenls. Sold by Swift and E.J A. Willard, Ashtabula, Parsliall, Kings- ville. August.