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fc could effVcltkir release. Wo yield-
d to Lis firmncsa, aeal and persistence,
and hn jlan were plaasible: but treah.
ry defeated liim bcCoro his well-laid
schemes were developed. Having noih
inH 4e on hand, Cnloncl Martin ex-
tressed k wish to organize a corps to
urn New York City. He was allowed
to do o, and a most daring attempt has
been made to fire that city; but their
Kjli&iHie on Greek fire ban proved A mis
fortune ; it cannot be depended oti as au
ksrent iu such work. I have uo faith
whatever in it, and no attempt ahull
hawatter bo made, uiwler my directions,
with any sucla.UMueriuK I knew noth
ing whatever cf the raid on St. Albans
Until after it transpired. Desiring to
llave ft on ".hone captain and crew
Tjeliauoe could be plueed, and on board of
which arms could be sent to convenient
point for arming such vessel ns- could
be seined lor operations ou the lr.ke, I
aided Dr. James T. Uaters. tf Kentucky,
an old steamboiv. captain,, in the, pur
chase of the steamer Ueor;i.iiK She lutd
acarcelv been lr:iiiKfirrvi1 wlion iliu itnn
went abroad that she bad peen purehasvd
and armed for tho purpose ol sinking
tlie Michigan, re'onsing the prisoner! on
Tohnsou's Wain,, and destroying tl.o
hipping on the lakes and the uiiitv.i ou
their margin. The wildest consternation
prevailed in all tho border cities. At
Buffalo two tugs hud cannon placed on
board ; four regiments of swldiers were
cut there, two of them represented to
fcave been drawn from the Army of Vir
ginia. Bells were rung at Detroit, and
churches broken up ou Sunday. Tho
whole lake shore wan a scene of wild tx
niteuietit. B.iats were sent out which
boarded the Georgian, aod found nothing
contraband on board; but still the people
The-bane and curse of carrying out
anything in this country is thu surveil
lance uodlr which we act. Detectives
vr those ready to give information, stand
at every street corner. Two or three
cannot interchange ideas without a repor
ter. The Presidential elec'.iou has so de
moralised the leaders of tho order of the
Sons of Liberty" that a new organiza
tion under new leaders has become an ab
aoluto necessity. This is now going for
ward with great vigor and success. The
new ekr 18 styled the Order of the
Star." There is a general expectation
tjiat there will soon be a new draft, and
tho members swear resistance to another
draft. It is purely military, wholy in
dependent of politicians. It is given
out among the mciulers that Stonewall
Jacksou is the founder of the order, and
aawu has its significance from thu stars
on the collars .of Southern ollices. There
is no ground to doubt that the musses to
a ttwff extent of the North, ate brave
and true, and believe Lincoln a tyrant
and usurper. During my slay in Cana
da, a great amount of property has been
destroyed by burning. Tho inhumation
brought me us to the perpetrators is ho
conflicting and contradictory, that I um
salaried that nothing can "be certainly
known,. Should claims be presented at
the war Office for pavmeni for this kind
of work, not one dollar should be ad
vanced on any proof adduced until all
tjie parlies aoucerued may lmvu an op
portunity for making out and presenting
proof. Several parlies claim to have
done tho work at St. Louis. New Or.
leaus Louisville, Brooklyn, Philadelphia
and at Cairo. Within the l ist, few days,
VXr. K. S. Stewart, of Virginiu, has
reached this place, and mysteriously in
forms me thai he has a plan for the ex
ecution of something which has received
the sanction of the President, lie is in
want of money, and states to me that
you gave him a draft on me lor (20,000
ii gold, which has been lost on the w ay.
lje has sent back to llichmoiid for a re
newal, lie has rented a large house uud
moved bis family into it. I cannot
doubt his word, bill of course I do not
fuel authorized to advance him money
without your authority or that of the
Jresidunt.. I have, however, been con
Etralucd to advunco him fcouo, in gold,
on his wrillun statement that unless the
money was in hand, the lives and Iberties
of high Coufederulu officers would be
Owing to tho health of Mr, Clay, we
cparated.at llulilux ; and since then we
have not lived together, though we have
been in consulting dinlauuc. As the
money was all in my imuiw,. which I sup
posed to be controlled by us jointly, und
us lie desired to have u sum placed in
his hands, at all times subject to liW per
sonal control, I transferred to him fcyil,
014, for which I hold his receipts, and
fvf which lie promises to uccount to the
proper authorities at hum". Including
the money turned over to Mr. Clay, und
not yet expended tio expenditures are
pout I:i00,00(). I still hold three
UjraiU of llOO.OOiX each, which linvo not
been collected. Should you think il
best for me to reutm, I would be glad to
know lu whit way you think I had best
return with the funds remaining ou hand.
I infer from your personal n in tho New
York Neirt that il is your wish 1 should
tomaiu here for the present, und I shull
obey your orders. Indued, I have so
many papers in my possession, which, iu
toe bauds of the enemy, would utterly
rtiin and destroy very many of the uromi-
i. cut men in the North, that a due sense
of my obligation to them will force on
me the extremes! caution in my move
ments. For. the future, discarding all depend
anofl ou l he organisations in the North
erq.States, our efforts, in my judgment,
tbaudd be directed to inducing thoso who
are couscripied in the North, and who
VHerly ref use to Join tic army to fight
gainst the Confederate Kiates, to make
their way South to jo'm our service.
It is believed, by many that at least a
number autttcieut to make up a division
may be secured in thja way fur our ser
vice before spring, cwpfeially if our
army opens up a road to the Ohio,. Some
Ma aw on their way to Corinth, wlwch
ai present is the point oi rendeivous.
AVo to opesata on their railroads, and
lorce-Uie enenij to keep up a guard ou
all th roads, whick will require a Lrgo
Undina army at kome, and to burn
wbereves- it it practicable, and thus
make tbe men o( properly, feel ihtir in
security and-tire them out with tha war.
The attempt on New Yoik,ha produced,
a great. panic, which will not subtiidu at
their bidding. This letter, though long,
4oea pot, J am aware, report many
tUingao( minor.-importance which have
occurred during my sojourn in Canada
bat I shall omit them at prsent.
t'l r.flapeaully,yot obedient servant,
"Talk ajboui the Jbws oi death."
exclaimed a man, wJio was living, with
bU third scolding wife:? tell' yon.
IferyVa no touch to the jaws ot life
' ASHT.ABULA, 6lIlO.
Saturday Mornin.ff. Aug. 10, 1872.
For President t'lyauara a. iiraa
For Vlco-Proeidcut-IIetirir Wllaon,
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
Tot HccKtary of Btale-A. T. M ykofl'.
Por Supreme Juriira John Welch, '
For Board of Public Workn-H. II. Porter.
Senatorial Elector .ffiffljfffc,,..,.
Nohtu Carolina. -Tlie exlravsKanl clnhns
or the DeuMtcrscy ns lliu flrl reports dime in,
k'd us to say little, bollvvinx tlnil the Associate
Press dispstches would improve with age. So
U lias proved. TUo 10,000 tlvmocrAiic majori
ty announced, Uiu day lifter Hie election have
boon duy by dny, prowlnn snmlli r by degrees
and bcsntlfnlly lesi, until now we sre pretty
well assured Hint the mnjortty, such as it limy
prove when the few remaining counties slmll
come In, will bo upon the otliif sido. Thomas
detlle, liic Chairman of the Philadelphia con
vention, telegraphs President Grant from
Knlii'gli nn the Ttli , that the cntlro nepiihlicnn
State ticket lias been elected bv majorities
ran'iiijr from 1,300 to 2 CO. The Legislature,
so far ns heard from, stands Senate 31 Demo
crats, 19 Republicans; Lower House 03 Dem
ocrats, S7 Republicans. Congressmen five
Democrats, three Republicans. The Stato
may therclore bo set down ns for Grant and
Wilson, beyond a peradrenture, in November.
Those Greeleyltts who huvo blown awny
powder and breiith over the inflations of the
first telegrams, will now begin to see their fol
ly, and reullzt) where Litierulism is likely. to
land them. Those who huvo gone out from
umong us the grumblers, the dissutisliud and
unensy, and tho whole retinue of sore-heads,
will find themselves iu tho fold of the Democ
racy, nshnuied of their itpnstucy, andasbnmcd
of the company they have chosen, whil they
will not fan to he reminded by their new
friends that they have no claim to their re
spect or confidence. Their siluulion will be
anything but agreeable. Their best way Is to
make haste back, show works meet for repent
ance, work for the ascendancy of RcpiiUican
loyul principles until election, and seal thu
sincerity of their repentance by s voto for
Grant and Wilson. To go on, or to hesitate, is
little less than madness.
Cold Facts, correspondent ol the Livingston
ItepuUiean, thus tells the trnduccrs of Uon.
Grant what he has done for the country : "In
the first place he saved It from disruption and
utter ruin ; at tho end of his first term us Pres
ident, (hero will have been nearly five hun
dred millions of the debt paid oil'. Taxes re
duced nearly one hundred and fifty millions ;
every stale represented in the national coun
cils, every commercial, industrial and money
ed enterprise of the country, floating along in
au uubrukeu tide of prosperity, every kind of
labor reuuuiurnled beyond precedent, pence
reigning at home and nurosd, nnd contidence
filling the hearts of all. Can you afford to
distrust tills harmony of Interests? endanger
the Uow of this tide of universal prosperity,
just for the sake of having your revenger or
helping some one else to his revenge f It your
head uches a liltle, bear il ; remember il is a
christian virtue to suhVr, and it seems so good
when you get over It."
When the New York Jivening J'ott utters its
convictions In such strong but just expressions
as the following, should not the ehclors who
are so deeply Interested in (he national welfare
heed its warning ? Listen to its testimony :
"Should Horace Greeley ever be President
of the Unili d Slates, we firmly believe that
ine corruption and cijmu oi an ailmiiitsirn-
lion with a man
nt its h
ad so weak in princi
ple, us he, so I n firm ol purpose us he, so Im
becile of character as be, so surrounded by
sueh a crowd of adventurer and cormorants
and knaves us would surround him thai 1 lie
corruption and crime of sued an Administra
tion would reach proportions that would put
their perpetrators beyond Hie cognizance of
oidinary courts of law, and thai would call
for und compel other correction limn ordinary
penitentiaries can nfford. Where the rebellious
eleuieiil und thu corrupt element of the coun
try are combined to gain possession of the
Government, and on a tulsu pretence, we may
prepare ourselves for any calamity that lu the
course of human events can possibly befall
uuy people in 1'ieir political relations with
each other and the world."
GlIEKI.KV AND TUB Ta.MM AS Y RlXO. An
effort has been made on tho part of the Didly
Vurden press, to pass by und Ignore the fact
thut the Tammany Ring is fiercely in favor of
Greeley. Willi the odium that attaches to
that King, we do not wnuder that they desire
to slide oyer the fact ns ciudly nud quietly us
possible. We usk for light ; the people ask
for light, and tho moro so since the recent
llhighuiiiton expose 1 Wo desire to Know
how it happens thai we Had Tammany, the
Copperhesii party und almost the eutire rebel
element supporting Horace Greeley lor the
Presidency t The New York Keening J'ott,
which has not been considered a Grant paper,
takes the fullukvUig tcarchluj; lew of tho
If Mr. Greeley never made, or neliody ever
made lor him u corrupt barium Willi Tamma
ny Di inocruts, he is nevertheless, the candi
date of that party. If ins iiouiluivtum at Cin
cinnati Whs not a preconcerted thing, It never
theless was bailed with delight by tliu worst
rebel eU-muul that had galliered there from
I lie South, uud which will uceept unvlliiug
thut promises disoider and disorgunlKAtloli; II
was accepted Milh loalhihg uud disgust by the
very fun mistaken reformers who could bring
lliumselves to tolerate It ; uud It was rejected
with scorn by iiuurly all . those who meant
what lliey said when tin y linked for rulnrm. If
Mr. Un clef's iiuhtiiess lur the posltlou be cov
ets cannot la' proved by showing what h
promise to pay fuf II, bis unfitness 1 never
theless msuilest, uud is not denied thut we
kuow of by a single respecluble Journal and
hardly by a single sensible man lu I lie coun
try. Alter all that can lie said, or cannot be
said, this fact remains this damning, uuiuls
tukahlc, ami, so far ns then Is any dunger of
Mr. Gneley's election, this nlaruiiug lael that
he Is Iho Crtiidldutu lor thut itsrtv which, hi
the aduihiislruiiou, of looal governments, aud
the administration of the general government,
has reached, within the lost quarter of a cen
tury, lo au assumption of uespullo power,
ana to lis corrupt use, wuicti bus cost us ui
ready one w ur ot lour years t which is a coa-
siur.t menace of civil suarchy : 1 a cunsiuui
ri'proacli to the cause of popular government,
suil Is a uultiTiu. 11 nut an unanswerable, sr
guiii-ui all over the world egaiusi republics
sua iu luvor ot sjiarcby. Those who see will
lug to risk the retiiun of such a parly to pow
tt, may vole lor Urueley, because of smius per
soual uud scltUU end they see Iw gain by tills
elicllou but any n-o.u of comiuou sense aud
common houesty wuo has nothing to gabl by
It, nnd yet advocates his election, seems to. us
to be under a delusion the most luiueutublc,
or au inuiuMiiou niuu suon oi lusajiuy.
Rkmioks fob Rkbkl Sol wans. Clrecky'1
rcccut southern tour dully guius more t more
significance.. The La Crosse JtepuUunm call
lu. ntUid how, lu his speech at V ieksbuig, he
said bs hoped tha time would come When the
soldiers wIiq Couf lit with Lee and Johnatou
would occupy as proud a position lo. the heart
or tt American people as tbe soldier wuo
fought uuder Grant and Sherman. . Then Lee,
Johnson and Jeft Davis should be revered,
honored aud trustsd. as rancUa Generals
Sherman, Hancock or any of the efltocrt n ho
fought to save the country thry songhl to de
stroy. The sentiment he expressed at Ylcks
burg was Mint lit op by the rebels everywhere.
Since kh nomination these rebels declare their
dctlrminsttoft lu ask for pensions for the rebel
soldiers, the same as now gren to the Union
soldiers, snd they use this as one of the argu
ments to Induce confederate soldiers to vote
for Greeley. Greeley's letter to Curmichael
should be remembered in this connection.
Dhckk. The couduct of Mr. Brown, can
didate for ViceTiesidcnt on the Greeley tick
et, at New Haven on the occasion of the Yule
Commencement, Is animadverted upon with
conshleruble severity by the papers, including
the Springfield JtepuUiain, a Greeley journal.
That ho was shamelessly drunk there remains
hot a question. The testimony of Governor
English, and of thu clerk of tho New Haven
House, who sold him tho liquor, seem to put
the thing beyond dispute. The lltpnUiean
thinks it Is good ground lor demanding his
withdrawal from the ticket.
OTTbe trial of Judge Barnard before tbe
New York Senate, has ulready developed In
iquity enough ou the part of that queer Judi
cial specimen to ensure his impeaehimnt.
Among other witnesses that have been exam
ined are Miss Mansfield, Mrs. Williams, Win.
II. Morgan and Charles ICobinsoo.
HTSlnto Senator Jason B. Brown, a leading
Democrat of Southern Iudiami, at a meeting
in Medota, Indiana, denounced tnu trencher
ous action of thu leaders who procured the
nomination of Greeley and Brown at Balti
more; declared Democrats absolved from all
allegiance to the parly by which thut nomina
tion was destroyed.
t5?Thc Chicago Journal says that Judge
Davis, of tho United Slates Supreme Court,
who was a leading candidate before the Cin
cinnati Convention, is very frank and un
measured lu the opinion that the election of
Greeley would be detrimental to the business
iuterests of the country, nud that for this rea
son he prefers Grant. Judge Davis has very
many devoted friends in Illinois, as was
shown in the Cincinnati Convention, and his
opinions will probably have influence with
them ulthough he does not propose taking
purl iu the campaign.
Republican County Convention.
The nominating convention assembled
pursuant to the published call, the dele'
gallons being Dearly all full ; and was
called to order by the chairman of the
Central Committee; when S. A. North
way was elected President ; James lteed
Vice President ; and II. A. Andrews and
Omar Gillelt Secretaries.
On motion II. L. Jones, E. II. Filch,
J. P. Uieg, T. S. Winship and II. N.
Johnson were appointed a committee on
On motion the names of candidates for nom
ination were announced, to wit: For Clerk f
Court Asa Lamb of Geneva, Samuel Picket of
Andover, M. Brown of Trumbull, R. L. Jones
ot Wavue, and D. L. Lindsey of Jefferson ;
For Probatt Judj6 E. J. Belts of Jefferson j
For Connniuioner. Josiah Hicks of Monroe,
E. O. 1'eek of Richmond, II. L. Morrison and
Abel Krum of Ashlabulu, ami W. T. Slmonds
of Suybrook j For Infirmary Director, Nathan
iel Follett of Pieipont, Harvey Newton unj
Edward Hammond of Kliigsville.
On motion, Horace MordortT, M. B. Garey
and D. R. Rogers wure appuluted committee
Adjourned until 1 o'clock p. it.
I : p. M. The committee on crideatluls made
their report which was adopted.
Mr. Wiushlp moved that the Convention
then proceed to ballot for candidates, begin
lug with the lowest office on the list as pub
lislieil In thu cull. The latter part of this
motion ufter some discussion, was lost, and the
tirst clause adopted, when 11. B. Monger und
S. II. Cook were appointed tellers, and the
Convention poicecded to bullot with the fol
For Vttrk f the Court.
The vote for Mr. Lnmb was mnile unanlinons.
On motinn E. J. Kelts was umuiuated hv ac-
chiimitlim lor I'mliate Juiluc.
For Ckrk of the Court.
Blillnts tHt 2,1 Sd
AlnrrUou 88 4i fid
Uicks 18 lu
ek 84 41 4S
bimomls 13 8
The nomluutlou of Mr. M irrison was maJo
For Infirmary Director
BulloU lHt Sil
ll.iliiuioud 4'J 1)7
Fulled 111 Ai
Mewlou VJ 0
Thu nominatiou of Mr. Follett was marie
Ou motion of II. U. Johnson the present
Central Committee was couliuued fur the com
The Committee on Itesoln lions thru reported
the fillowiu which were nUootcd without
The Uepuhlicans of Aahlahula County, be-
liuveliiK that the thu general welf'ure ' and
prosperity of thu country will be Lest pro
moted by rontlDulntf In power, the army,
wisunm anil firinnc thntsaved tbe Uuiou from
dukuuctlon, aud have so w isi ly handled iho
iiiebtlona tirowinyoutof the Murof tho rebell
llemiml that they will work to malntuln its
orfrauUiiiinn, anil to promote the great prin
ciples upon whicn It is formed, to thu end that
perfect equality before the law, be guaranteed
to all meet of men.
Jietohed also that the administration of the
laws by President Ournt stands approved,
and thut we point with proud satisfaction, to
the Financial Progress of that administration
lo the gradual reduction ot the Taxation aud
tho fiallounl Dipt and the consequent lm
provment of the Natomil Credit.
Rewired that wo view the un-natural and dan
gerous coalition between a faction of pro
fessed Itopubllouns, the Democratic purty
with ahtrin, is fraught with danger to the
fluanclal snd political condition of the country.
Mr. Whisblp offered the following which
was adopted unanimously. .
JitAted, That the Republicans of Ashtabula
Couuly have marked with pslu and mortlflca
tloa the course of our Representative In the
Senate of Ohio, snd that be no longer repre
sents the psity who elected him, aod that he
be reojiiesltd ta resign.
With three eheer for Grant and Wilson the
S. A. NORTHWAY, President.
OXAK QlLLBTT, I
li. A. AaDttKws, ( BeeretarlfS.
GniiKiuioa o Obati xxt GnuLXT.
tlaving beasd lutlinatlous of a two. hours hi
terview betwee Got. B. Grata Rkwav and
Ibiraee Greeley lies Chicago. Inter-Ooean sup
pose, the Inlcoductitu of Uss onversUkoa
nay hsvt been tornethkif like th t ..
Mrt Snbaollint slastnsa, hail I t am
Grati Brown. I am that "third-rate politician"
you wrote aliout two or three years sgo. I am
"that 1 red-headed Grata Brown," lo
whom voo so felicitously referred a short time
CrVy Oh, yesf You're "the chivalrous
nnd justly esteemed gentleman w hoso name I
thank your convention for associating with
Tabfemi The two clasp hands across the
Campaiok Notes. The Zanesvillc City
Tine$ liidependeut has come out Air Gruut
Cleveland formed her Grnnt Campaign Club
of 1,000 young men on Tuesday night of lust
In Chicago, 150 "Democrats" have formed a
Grant Club. Their numbers wilt be largely
Jesse D. Bright says that he tins "suffered
loo much in attempting to maintain the integ
rity nnd dignity of the Democratic party, to
unite In transferring it at this day lo its most
unrelenting, maligunnt and vituperative ene
The Tiuflitlo Commercial Advertiser
pointedly says : "The only reason why
the South is willing lo accept Mr. Gree
ley is because they know him to be errat
ic and irresoln'e, nud always weak-kneed
in n great political crisis. They think
they nouhl use him as they ned Pierce
and Buchanan. They can then carry
out the programme of driving out the
"Goths and Vandals." They know that
Grant will stand by the whole country:
that with him there will be no 'favored
section.' Another rebellion will not bo
allowed to hatch iu his Cabinet. It is
for that reason that the Southern Demo
crats are willing to do 'anything . to beat
Grant,' 'anything for revenge.' "
A plan for making cats earn their
livii.g in I he carden lias been but. in
operation in England. A wire is fixed
ai two posts, one at each end of a straw
berry bed, and stretched between the
rows in the middle of the lied; to litis
wire a cut is attached by menus of a
ring in a' collar. When birds depredate
the fruit, I he cat can traverse tbe length
of the bed from end to end, and cither
catch or drive them away. A cat ac
companied by several kittens is recom
mended. Some one suggests tho followhig
places as eligible to tho holding of mon
ster Grant meetings in the Smith :
Corinth, Vicksburg, Atlanta, Petersburg,
Itichinond, Appomattox. And in the
same connection observes that Greeley's
friends may find il soothing to gather at
Chicknhomiiiy, Bell Isle, Audersonville,
JL-jJUM-u 1 I win tie given to a
fcwGiioil Muchaiilc. on railroad work.br apnliotllon
ei AriiiHuum or ahciovlt, 10 li. u. CAaTLc..
Arhtulmia, Auguel . lislj.
Heal Eat ate for Sale,
rPIIE Subscriber will sell his House and
JL Lot, contalnlni; three cru. In Iho Kotrern' neigh
borhood, luyuthcr with trow ncrne on citation rtrei-i, if
dualred. 01 toe two pnrwle U' bo eulil .' irul-ly. Thu
houne t a comfortttolo one, wtih barn aud oilier fut
builllHK, fiuli, ice. Vli-asantly itiintuil hut a abort
ditilaute went ot the depot. Kor turme, appljr to
Cnpt. N. . UL&U'llllF.Y.
Anhtnbnla, Aouit A, Mi. IUU.
TUB STATU OF OHIO, I Ed:nund Burnett, It I'd.
Aehtahiila Coiltily, I Vft.
Tuwulil of Aahiaiiula.a. ) Koburt Allcock, Duf't.
Beloru I. O. Fhhih, a Juntice of t ;o I'cuce.
'piIEsnid Defendant ia hereby notilied
1 teat on the 7tli day of July, 187i, the raid Phil. -tiff
commenced au adieu agalnm liim, beforo Iho laid
Junice clHlniiiiir r.; and an Onler of Ailaclimt-nt
irurd iu Hie name, and that raid action Is ael for
trial, at thu olMce of raid Justice, on the 1'lhiUyof
oe)Jii;uiuer, laid, Ul w o imiick a. ai.
KIMUN1 BURNETT, Plaintiff.
Dateq AniiKt 10, Ihli. 711 8
TUK STATE OP OHIO, 1 llinry II. Hull, I'll n",
Alitnlmlit 'f)iinty, v vh.
Township or Anhlahula, . ) Robert Allcock, Deft.
' Ilofore I. O. Kmum, a Juatlcu of thu Peace.
IHE said Deleiidaut is In n by notilied
. thai on the let day of Auirut, ltd. the eiild Plain
tiff commenced au aciinii at.'4liiil him before the raid
Jil-tice, cluliuiiu; S'lj.ao: and an Order of Atinchmniit
wtt lriiied iu the anuui. and thu said action U Met fur
trlil. at ike ullice of raid Juiilco. ou the 17(h day of
DUI.UIMUBI, in,., m I I IF LIIM K, A. Ol.
Puled uitfui't 111. 1.S7S. 711-8 IIAIIKY II. HALL.
"M'OTICE Taken up and impounded,
X 1 by ttie M:irilial of tho village of Arthinluilti. m
MiuBiiii nay oimiy,(wo iwo-yiHiroid iiiierit color,
red. If not redeemed before Iho exniralton if len ilava.
they will he aold a the law direct" lor thu imvinenl of
cxpencue. J AMK3 TUOUl'E. Mjr.leil.
AiilualHiia, July SI, IS7a. 7.
E WISH to say to our (Yitm1 nnd
ettttomera that we tet every barrel of thin Ot! before
wnoltuMl for aale. We will unurnnt.tu all oil of ikU
kind weeell to lnnd 111) degree of heut Kalirenhelt
j in nrKaon-iciiKen oy mi tjieiniMe ro Do pertecllv
you want for euft'ly, give n a cull,
uiorii'u. It vou HiKh to Ih pure of iretiluu the Oil
TOMiios & nito.
Kehnairv A, 1879.
TRY TIX 33'
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT.
ALL COLOR HIXID
JIT KA T)Y rOR 1M M EDI. I TE IS XI
After flmr veara exnerlenrn with IliU Paint, we ehAMi.
fully rocuuiinuud It. Wo arc prepared toio
ALL KINDS Of I'AI!STIN
with nnatneM and deanatch, with either the "Avaiiin"
Pali.1 or the beat of Lead and fill.
SKV.MOI It, GIDDINQ8 CO.
Ashtabula, O., March ll. 1H1S. ll.'.-if
ItrpopilObPlllTKa tif I.IHK and Ann. I rttrtMl hv all
PhyBlelau. Medical biH'iullua aud the Pulillc thnniL-h-
oul the civ lined world a the Uranrieal Medical Ilia
etivery of the lUlh Ccnlnry. Tl ele la un dlaeaae what
ever wlili h depende upon au Impure. dleeaed and
Imuoverlahcd coudlllou of I he llluod lliat gi'oat Htver
of I. lie, hut what thU culchruled Itemudy le au infallible
cure, elicit aa hcrorula, t'luiplev, Kruptlona, llumerv.
.in", auu an ruiaueouv amt'liwue. LMiniee 1 1 ou 111110
know wlut au tiuimrtant Inrtiieiice le exerted through
the HIihkI. Would yvtt btvailfy vonr form and eudupe
your complexion wlita III llellrale Hlootu of Youth
and Hiwlifi ? Purify aud .enrich your Blood by uluit
Convunintire t a word with Ton. Yna know that
Conmiuiuilou ta a terribly fatal dUeaae. Very rarely I
11 cared ay thu ohi explode) remedlea and lueihod of
irwoittiii, 1 in Livor eill never curea a cae oi t.iii
uniptiou. Iron t utterly nelee. It 1 an lunaue
deliKiou u rely upon theaenld ftgy playetl-out nimeilie.
It l a waale of preclona lUue that enn never lieregalued.
Awake I Awake It Opeu your ere to Die lliMit of
Science! U INCIIKHfKH'S HVKiPHMHPUITba I
your beacon light. A complete revolution la the treat
ment of Ihl dlveaae ha been effected by Ikl Life.
Uivlagaud Ufe-aueuluing kteatody. It
Cceiirnnprlno proudly anauraiui.lly. Ilaa.dalM
the la. l elxieeu year, cured more Ihan One Hundred
ThouHSd raw, and H will But Ml you
It will urd
you prompt relief, aud by exerclel il proper care, aud
wiir pmu iiur.11111, roaiore you aim an w
who will iflve
11 a trial 10 perfectly nxiurnd health,
leavlf a no trace of
prwIUpoaud lo I onuoupllou. It 1 an ahaolule prevent-
mv uiaeave, wuue to luoae wnu are toreaieneu wun, or
ive aau uieguara. wuwuKaXKii a w
perfect aalldole to
and haa keen Ik ante mean, under Divine Prnvtdenee,
of aavllnr and rualorimr U Ur.. llaalkl. aid Suanulh.
nivrtail who, but lor it, would have bueu ruiolld to
rooow inrougn tn dark valley mat vaet army wtilt-a ha
boeu ewept out of exleleuee ny Ihl roh-ulloa ottrve.
WlNCIIKMThH'8 HVItiniAriPHITKS eouiea la voa
aaai. Aueel of IWItlk. wilahlauaa ita iim 111..
It vour conlldeuce ami a gwuerou welcome, and apire
elate ou ellorl. xerted in yuar behalf. HK SI'KR AND
ue.l l UK OK.MUI.Nlt. Prto aud
per bottle. Ver
ale by llrujitl.u evervwDere.
Send for aur Circular
oo Cuaeatuiitleu. Autleua.
COLLKGI ATK AND COM M EHCI AL
IMITITVTIt. Rw Hava,raa, Pr
araloay i C-dleue, UiwIbom. aWleaUt achool,V. M.
Mllliary aud Natal Aeaejcailee. Pall aeaaku, ania year.
vr'nt BM-pioiniwr loin, por laiaiogaa, aaureaa uea.
WI1. U, Kl'SttiUuL, PrlnrlpaL,
THE OLD CARLISLE TANNERY
PHIS OLD BUSINESS STAND HAS
A Bern pnrrKsM-d br O. Holls Bro. l M- pat
Ung It to UM bl possible u lu tin
MANUFACTURE Of THE VARIOUS
KINDS OF LEATHER.
To supply litis work ihej sis In wnt of
HIDES nnd SKINS,
Sir wMrti esh st the tilshiwt awkrt prices Is puM.
Their l.vethrr Is or Hie bcM ounlltjr, fket Ihnl
BeilliM-vand Sliw-miikcrs will rosllxs OS trial, sad of sU
We hsre sloo nn hnnd s fall and excellent lupptf a
the diaereut kinds of
which wl lie sold on the mint reasonable terms.
(live n a call.
Ahtabnlt, Nov. 14,1871.
KIM . O. ZK1I.K A nno.
OF INTEREST TO ALL !
J. MANSFIELD C CO.,
V t v V. ft w m. w aw I
"VTOTWITIISTANDING the advance
It In material we are hamty to MVwe phat) be able to
aupply our cntomere will oul material change of price.
Otiretock le larirer Ihan ever before, and wo are lint
In receipt of thu LATKNT M'HINd BTVLES, both a
regard I he cut and style of material. '
W have all trracfcRruTera) new Flmdef.dnd the ttjlct
ore iuu ry uunt, j-nce vrry rrwuerutv.
The New Market Coot, tho Encllh WalklitV Coat. and
the Derby are Iho Icadiug etylce for boalneM.
We vary tn any way to Dloae oar trade. Atrinen.
mtxturvn, and liniriin ar wuni, but Fhto StriM are
very atylUh. Id Fine pan It wuitavu tVw lariftsat aiiort-
mcntin t.'ieveiaun ami hiiow aorau elegant patlorna.
Wo ifuurnntoA trMd atyluand pvrftct fit.
ou 10 AiaueueiU 0 lur a mu i art,
Arc on e of Monfletd'e Bpeclaltiea. and to both the
aouoie auu Kindle oreaet we snail nave a lull line.
HCtm-n Hl'ITS all Oradca. Prlcea S9. flu. tt. CIS.
$IH.B0. t'M, . t-JCl.
BOYS' ANII CHILDREN'S CLOTIIINO.-Mothere
will nnd tt will repay them to examine our Hot
and 1'hlldren'e Cloihea. In Ibis department we oiler
OENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
We ahvayi tiATe on hand a flrnt claM atocK of Gentle.
men a rurulihing Goodv, including Spring Underwear,
Olovee. &c.. &.c.
HIllltTN of all Gradea. Tho 'flneet white ablrta In
the market. I'krpkct r ittino.
A SPECIALTY OF CUEYIOT Slim TS,
Of which we have aeveral erotica, aud aie aelllmr SO
pur cent, oeiow tue maraui price.
Uvuuiue Scotch Cheviota, $.1 B0
American Cheviota, . . S (10
" 1 TO
' " 1 00
All warrauled fuat colore. .
J. MANSFIELD A CO.,
M Public Square. Clevclaud, Ohio
I offer apnclal tmtncemrtita to my Avhtahnta County
friondM, and am conlldent I can make tt a Having and
economy. heaUien giving you a ptyllHh article, to make
a trio to Clevemnd, examine and bnv mv troodti.
I neike my Aabiabula trade tbe anme liberal dliicennta
or lusl aoaron. duui MA.irr Ib.LO.
I 1 W
H. FASSETT &. SON.
tXTILL pivit prompt attentinn to the
v T rale, unrchaae. and rental of Heal Etat. to Klre
and Life lunurauce luflrtcla.aCouipautee. Nei.nllatluK
l.iwn, w rllnn and AcauowlexlKliiir leed. Atortgajje.
Dec. Tth, 1H71.
SIW ACHES TlVBEUKn I.ANT) la Denmark, aear tha
Hue of the JaurMown branch Ra(lriaid. Alo, ahoot
ii mile from .aid land, IU acre of Und, on which
there I a Haw MUI in nood order. Will be aold ou long
time If deal red.
11 ACHR FARM In "liaffleld. on half ander eood
tale of culllvaiiou. Bulldiun uow, good flail aud liv.
t'.nr waier. (lood timber 011 part of lurra. 1 erni low.
Kuqulr al thi ottle or of Uua W. Uartraui, vu preui
leea. 1A0 ACItK DAIRY FARM, na Tnrnplk, AaMlnenrfr,
near Vlll.iie. Good balldiuir. VI III lie told na long
credit If ue.lred. eUiituIre at thi office or of A. w"
Bailey ou pre 111 Let.
IIOI'SB AND LOT or t acre aear Aehtahala Vlllaee.
wtlk an nut lot of II acre, 'part Umber hall a mile from
It. A rare chance for a bouieatcad. Kaa,ulr al UUa of
Sea or liarvcy Parrleh ou pn iul.e.
HOVtlK aad LOT oa Camp 8t,, wtlh food Barn.
BuIMIuk nearly taw. Price very low.
SOl'SR ann LOT oa Pro. pert SI., with toad Burn
choice Frail, large Lot, aud very dutiable. Term
Dl'LlTH CITY LOT8.-8everal dealrabl Lot la
Dulutk can be had at a bargain.
VIICIIHIAS AND WleXXINHIIV LANDS. SW Acre
land near eaulnaw Cltv aad uuaerea lu lllchlaiid Co..
Wlncouata. WIU be eoM 0 xkanjred lur lot la Aea
B11LD1NO LOTS, la dlacreal part af the Villas,
for aale uu eaay tariua,
THE NKTTLKTON FARM, lb Premium Farm of
IheConiMy, pleawtally eliaated, only lit aillo front
Adttahul VIMaite l eon lain. MI cava, with fowl bnlld.
Iiijre, choice Irail and never Iklling aprine of pare wa
ter. Temtevery reasonable. Kniulre of Mr. Aetileloa
oa the peeuilae or at Ihl agency.
OOOB nOVSm LOT. next South at Pre.byteriaa
Chapel, ra Park Ml., la Aliiabala VUlair. A very da
tlruoht lauMiua aa II m aear the baalue. eeatro.
tKHma OOOB LOT, on North Bid of Proapect
Btn ahuW dlataaeo Waal fUUeart. .
F AHM HOI SK with Dew baUdlnji, t nlle froaa thi
VlUasvea Plaak Hoad, with in aun a of good land, plea
Iv of ifoed water aad fmH woaid auk a eeenlorlabla
M ACEII OF LAND adjeleinr Ik kaek of a.
TtUland will be old separate from ar la ooaActloa
IU) avova named Uo-ie aod It Acre. lie
E. H. QILKET,
TJa fm Pd a hi lot of the Calibrated
Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
la Sarla eolert aad black. Doejbl and alaaa kwtteo
EVtRY PAIR WARRANTED.
Ahra, tha Jaqnlltne Corael, Brtmbte'a Oktve-Illlnt
t'orael, lloop Skirl and Baatlea.
PARASOLS IN THE NEW STYLES
Cheney Bro.'i A ate ri can aad Lyoo'a Bllka All qnaliUea
BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE
IN STRIPES ft FANCY PATTERNS.
A variety of DrM Good, la
ritrid, Stripet and PUi iluturt.
PURE MOHAIR IN COLORS,
VERY DESIRABLE FOR SUITS.
. Heal and Imitation Lacett.
WHITE CORD AND
. 15 PIECES WI1ITE VICTORIA LAWNS,
8 4 BLACK GRENADINES.
SILK STRIPE GRENADINES
PATENT LINING FOR GRENADINES.
Black. While, and Drab Crinoline. Nntttng-ham Lace,
eiuuiiw Diwinana rtoiiBiru nature, corua.
jaa.i.atc. i-e n nil vouniei
WUJl QaUu, very ckeap.
Table Linens and Napkins
Craabee, Hack and Daanaek Tovreat. Boll f apllaa,
ail Mia aad Wooa, at fl JO.
Tho Stock of Domestics
-4 PILLOW CASE COTTONS,
6-4 SHEETINGS, Ac,
All of which wtU be (old al TBMT CLASH
nun Hay CASH.
E. IL OILKIT.
AiMvabtJla, aTae) IS, JRC VmS
TIIOS. II. HOPKINS. -
Vocal and LfaTRVMBNrAL Miaio
Teacher, (Irand Klver Inatltule, Aenlaborg, O, Witt
devotee tor I Uia af hla piM.ru ttMa ta Teniae? Plaaoa
and vIvtiiK re eUowhet.
Amiiniiniiin, o., Jun ), 8T. 1171 u
Ofl TEAMS and Fitly Men. Steady
)W work, and the hlirbeet (nine wave paid fee ante
Apply at our otke at Kln.inau, ., at. once.
ifei.AaiAien auv. am kv.
9 fi CHOPPERS and Scorera, iinmiHli-
aWUately, te help ret Oftt Tlmher. Ill(bt ralnc
W4 paid to aood Chopper lor tin- eearou. . Apply ai
a orloe at Kluuiaa, 1 rae.min 1 oauiy, v.
DaLAJtAllLK BKOB. A CO.
Jaly IU, 1B7e.
NEW MAP OK OHIO. AGENTS
Wanted for a New and
BKAVTIFVL RIAP OK IIMr .
Rivtnir Railroad, Coontle. Townablpa, CUIra aW
VillxKre, Kallniad 8urwy. ftatlon. Jrc, alea-Cenena
for Counllea and t itle fur IOTU: the whole handaaely
eolored aud mounted. Price, fl. M), Iiree cniinioa
10 Aiti-nt. Alio, vampalga Chart, Medal, Ac. Bean
. B. . GREEN,
W8 Bnpertor Blrect, Clitxihu, O.
Shingles! Shingles! I ,
W T. KANDALL, mmiufactiirfr ot
To and dealer In all kind of rihlnplea, havlrir
made arranireinenla la Michluau, ia prepared to furalaa
any amount of
11 ne or other Shingle, '
on theabortcat notice. Manufactory at Hitchcock' shop
Anntaouia, unio, wnero newiu ac an time oa -xoana.
ready to attend to all call la hi liue.
AhUbala, May 15, 1K7X. inn-am
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. V.
"VTOTICE is hereby piven that tJ nn-
X 1 deralimed haa been 'dnlv annolnted aad Qualified aa
Rxeeutor on tbe eetate of NATttait in. Haajta. dee and,
late of Plymouth, Atotabula County, Ohio.
vuuiaio tx. axAjta. -Jnly
1871 75- , .
STUAYED npon the premiiips of lbs
Bnhncrther. on the lflth nf June, a Hrtndle Two
Year Old Heifer, which the owner will pteam Identify,.
pay rnarire, ana tane away. it. u. lnnu.
Aanianuin, euiy a, inix, i-.a
RECEIVED THIS WEEK AT
TYLER & CARLISLE'S
Twenty Pieces Victoria Lawns, at :
25, 30, 35, 40, 50 snd 60 cents per yard
DRESS LINENS, "
We are offering Great Bargains ia
Marsailles Spreads ' "
Black Alpacas at last Fall Prioee. ' ' -Or
eat Reduction in Price of
PARASOLS, AT - '
.TI LER A CARLISLE'S, -
Aabiabula, Jus 15, 187. lm .
Pay as yon tro then yon
will know when yon are
going, how far yon hare
"jone, and when to stop.
BLKACUED COTTOX8, TA5CT CA8SIKKX1S,
iONO AND SQCAB1 SDAWLS. ,
OTTOHAI' KEVERS1BLX, POrLIIIS,
Al-AKKSB SILKS, LIHEKS, Uflta,
BKt'HBELS, IPLT, INvHtAlV,
AKD niJCP CARPETS.
EDQIKOS, EMBROIDERY, C0U.AKS, CCTTS.
DRESS BrTTOllS AKD TlUJf ItLHOS,
OLOTXS, PARABOLA, SCMMKK SCITWSaV
Alao a full Hoe of Ladles'
LACE, CONGRESS and BUTTON GAITERS
Walking Shoes, Slippers,
Children.' aDd Misses' Gaiters, Mens' Ceil
Bboes & Boots, LscW Goal,
Calf and Alorooco Lace Boots,
TrsTcHnf Baskets, Satchel, Umbrellas, Cettoa.
. Yarn, Batting, Table Linen,
NAPKINS, TOWELS, aJec,
In lact all goods nsnall found in a first cleat
store can he bought rery cheap fer eeeh, a
jr. i. MORRisbx.
AabUbala, 0, AurJJ (MOT. ',
I am receiving aad opeotag aew aad deetvaaat .ant, t .
ought wlincaatt. U.lMWJkaUlTojl.
nAMlXTON & BRAY'S
fltamlm finiV bail la tows ftr th aveawe, aA ..
A aew stock iv rectal v ad at ' JaOBJUaOJTv. '
' ' ' A FULL LINE 09
Oocaerr sad Table Cutlery at