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WEEKLY TELEGRAPH WEEKLY TELEGRAPH COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.-The following FOURTH OF JULY. CAMPAIGN OF- [...] YOU ALL WEEKLY TELEGRAPH ASHTABULA, OniO. Saturday Horning, June 6, 1868 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT. For Vice President, SCHUYLER COLFAX? REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Judge of Supreme Court, WILLIAM "WHITE. . - Secretary of State. I. R. SHERWOOD. School C'ommimoncr. J- E. NORMS. Cleric of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS. Board of Public Work. JA3IES 3IOORE. BxrtmucAN Nomikatiko Comjiittbb. There will be a Delegate Convention of the Cnion Republican Voters of the 19th Congressional District of Ohio, composed of the Counties of Ashtabula, Geauga, Motioning, Portage and Tnunbnll, to be held in the Village of Garrettsville, Portage Co, upon Wednesday, Jane S4th, 18K8, at 11 o'clock A. to nominate a candidate for Congress and to choose a Presidential Elector for said district. The basis of representation in said Convention Hill be (1) One Delegate for eaco (126) One Hundred and twenty five votes oast for Cov. Hayes, in Oct., 1SC7, giving the said Counties of the District the follow in; nnmber of Delegates each : Ashtabula, 40 Delegates, Mahoning. S3 Delegates; Ge auga, 21 Delegates, Portage, 26 Delegates, Trumbull, 36 Delegates, to be elected by several Townships compris ing said counties, each township to be entitled to one Delegate, and the balance to be apportioned among the' townships givi the largest fraction over ;aid ra tio. It is receommended that the futon Republican Voters of each township meet at the nsnsl place of holding elections, on Saturday Evening June 0, 1868, at 7 o'clock for the purpose of choosing the number of Delegates to which each may be entitled. E. B. TATLGR, I Committee for ORLANDO MORGAN, f Trumbull Co. F. G. SERVT9, I Committee for V. E. SMALLET ) Mahoning County. A. R. W. HALL, I Committee for. B. 8. HOPKINS, I Portage County. D. CAD WELL, I Committee for - E. H. FITCH, f Ashtabula County M. C. CANFIELD, 1 Committee for 1. O. CONVERSE, ( Geauga County. In accordance with the above call, the Republican Voters of the several townships of this County will as semble at the usual place of holding elections, at seven o'clock, it the evening of Saturday June 20th, and elect by ballot, Delegates to represent the same as follows t . Ashtabula, S, Conn, ant, 4. Geneva. 8. JciTcrson, i, Kingsrille, 8, Monroe, 3, Morgan, 8, An-tinburg, 4, and one from each of the other Townships. By order of the County Rcpuplican Ccn. Com. W. C. HOWELLS. Chairman. PEN AND PASTE BREVITIES. CTlie American Express Company have declared a dividend of $10 per share. C2F"Ten thousand head of cattle are said to be en route from Kansas City to Southern Il linois for pasturage. : CSThe Union Pacific Railroad has been completed qjid opened to business six hundred miles West from Omaha. - ' tIn Gloucester, JIass., they have an oys ter -which weighs 231 pounds ! Think of a "dozen." tThe first new wheat or the season, grown in Mississippi, and sold at St Louis, Monday, at seven dollars a husheL CSF'The Fremont Journal says two seventy- five pound sturgeon were caught iu the Ban- dusky river recently, at one drag of the seine. 3The Germans of San Francisco have re ceived an acknowledgment of 0,000 in gold, to be forwarded to Berlin, for the relief of suf ferers. C The Pennsylvania Central and the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne fc Chicago roads are to be consolidated. The contract has ulready been made. EThe Mormons at Salt Lake .City are fighting the grasshoppers. ' They turn out en masse, headed by their Bishops, catch and burn them. tW The N. T. Tribune in speaking of Mr. Wade at thS Chicago Convention, well and ad mirably says : "Mr. Wade deserved the great and nearly successful support he received." EST Two members of the Louisiana Legis lature have been assassinated recently by the KtrKlux Klan. The object of the assassina tion was to prevent a Union majority in the Legislature. It is announced from Washington that the Senators who voted for Mr. Johnson's ac quittal are already moving to control the ap pointment of a Minister to England. They certainly are losing no time in demanding an equivalent for their services. tSThc Supreme Conn of Ohio has declar ed unconstitutional the act of the last Legisla ture excluding all persons who had any "visi ble admixture" of African blood from voting, and also the act restricting the right of students fa school and colleges, to vote. ESPWhen Gen. Grant was asked whether he could receive two Committees in oue day, sent by two different Conventions to inform him of his nomination to the Presidency, he aid that his speeches were so exhaustive that he couldn't make two of them on the same da7- . " dT"Mrs Bowsher.who was arrested at Upper Sandusky, Ohio, some months ago for poison ing her son and two daughters, has been tried and acquitted on an indicment for the murder of her son. She was remanded to prison to await trial on an indicment for poisoning her daughters. ESA gay and festive female who has been masquerading in pantaloons, high-top boots, and other masculine paraphernalia, for four years past, and inciting the jealously of all the beaux in the particular circle, has just been dis covered in New York, where she was engaged to be married to a young lady in Madison ave nue. tSThe large yield of lumber from the Johnson ash tree, last week, calls out a men tion of lumber sawed from'a pine tree cut near Corry, Pa., the first cut of which made 1,700 feet; second 1,572: the third 1,400; the fourth 1,143; the fifth 980, and the sixth 600, making a total of 7,609 feet ET"The Philadelphia Pre- estimates that along the line of the Deleware Railroad there are 1.047,025 peach trees likely to be in bear ing this season, from which will be gathered exactly 1,101,040 baskets of fruit. The calcu lation is a nice one, and no one Will complain should it prove correct to a basket C"Th New York -World is enthusiastic coout tnc "irreproachable character" of Chief J usttce Chase just now. jjow long is it since the World was abusing Mr. Chase for "drag ging the judicial ermine in the mire" hy al leged electioneering among the southern blacks? OThe term of the seven Republican Sena tors voting "not guilty" on the 11th article of Impeachment, expire as follows ; Fessenden, of Mauie, lS71; Fowlek, of Tennessee, 1871; Gklmes, of lows, 137-1 Hkxderson, of Miss ouri 1809; Ross, of ITansus, 1871; Trumbull, of Illinois, 1873; Van Winkle, of West Virgin it, LSOt No one of them will be returned, uii'ess in the meantime the Lcgislsturcs of iiw-'ir respective Ft.it a becomes c pperheads. . SfecnETAJtY Stanton The ljetirement of Mr. fctautori from the War Department is tne signal for an attack upon him from copper-H heads ami peace democrat y' TUecopperniyuls never did like him. He saved the nation from the cowardice and treachery of Buchanan, and then, again, when Mr. Lincoln tendered him the War Bureau, he accepted it and prosecuted the war to crush reln llion with so much vigor that he naturally excited the hostility of the anti-AVar Democracy, which it is evident has not yet died put, This fet liugof malice and hate seeks gratification now in a fire in the rear as he retires from the responsibilities and duties that he has discharged With a pat riotic devotion rarely known to 'official trust This might have been txpectcd. In deed, without it the play would not have been perfect Copperheadism would not have per formed its legitimate part if it did not carp sit and malign Mr. Stanton. .Kow It is all right Mr. Stanton leaves office under the fire of the enemies of the government, and he should not ask a better endorsement of his loyalty and patriotism." :' v Gex, Grant's Aoceptaxce given be low is so characteristic-of the man-simple concife, short, sharp, 'direct, 'that it com mands our hearty respect aiid approval. lie considers that the proceedings of the Convention were marked with wis dom, moderation, and patriotism, and he believes they express the feelings of the reat mass of those ; who .sustained the country thorough its p-eevnt trials, lie endorses the resolutions of the Conven tion, and if elected will -endeavor to ad minister all the laws in good faith, with economy, and with the vie'. of giving peace, quiet, and protection every where, lie frankly states thirt in times like the present it is impossible, or at least emi nently improper, to lay down a policy to be adhered to, right or wrong through an administration of . four veal's. Ashe very justly remarks, " the views of the public on thejpiesiioiis of government and. expediency, are subject to change, and a purely administrative officer, like j the President should always be left free to execute the will of the people: Em phatically he adds, "I always have re spected that will, ; ana 1 always shall,' How like the man ! :In conclusion he de clares it will be his great aim, if elected, to restore peace to the country,' satisfied that in its train will follow general pros perity and happiness. That such., a re sult will follow from an toncst effort to carry out the loyal sentiincut, "'of the country, there can be little doubt. Ef ort in this , direction pursued with steadiness and but tolerable i ardor, would have done for the country,1 in a great measure, what the General propo ses now to bring about by that line of policy. Peace aud prosperity are not to be looked for in any other way, and he is no friend to that state of things, who ex tends encouragement and support to any shade of disloyalty and treason. General Grant's Letter of Acceptance. The following is Gea. Grant's reply to the nomination of the Chicago Convention : WASHINGTON, D. C. May 29. 1868. To Gen. Joseph n. ITaiclcif, rn.iteul National Union fiejH'lliran (4nTeittion.r In formally accepting the nomination ot the Lnion Republican Convention of 2 1 st of May inst., It. seems proper that somo statement . of.-views beyond the mere acceptance ot the nomination should be expressed. ' The proceedings of the Convention were marked with wisdom moderation and patriotism, aud I believe express the feelings of the great mass ol those who sustained the country through its recent trials: I endorse their' resolu tions... If elected to the . office of Presi dent of the United States, it . will be my endeavor to administer all the laws in good faith, with economy, and : with the view ot giving peace, quiet and pro tection everywhere. In. times like the present, it is impossible, or at least em inently improper, to lay dowu a poli cy to be adhered to, right or wron". through an administration of four years. New political issues, not foreseen, are constantly arising; the views of the pub lic on old ones are constantly diangin and a purely administrative officer should always belelt free to execute the will of the people. I always have respected that will and always shall. Peaccy and universal prosperity, its c'onsequense with economy of administration ' will lighten the burden of taxation while it constantly reduces the national debt, Let us have peace. ( Vt ltli rrcat respect, your ob t. servant U. S. GRANT. For the Telegraph. Arkansas. she would be restored to the confidence and fellowship of her north em sisters, and she invites them to acquaint themselves with her and appreciate what she has to bring to the common country. We will not now speak of the gold recent ly discovered in her south western counties, nor her magnetic iron ore, her oil stoue, her roofing slate nor other valuable minerals. We will not describe her numerous water courses. her varied scenery of hill and dale, her un- land timber, nor her lowlaud cotton and sugar yiauuiuous, Dut only tU one wonderful locali ty known as the Ut Springs. Fifty four thermit fountains Issuing from one of her hills, give to it the name of Hot Spring Mountain, which name also designates the Creek flowiug at its base, and the valley In which a village is located. These Springs have an average temperature of 134 deg.of Fahrenheit The amount of waters discharged by them col lectively is estimated at JJ17 galls, per. miuute. These flowing into Hot Spring creek meet the colder streams and flow side by side for a con siderable distance before iutermiugl ing. Nu merous fish play in the cooler strata, and are often seen beneath hot water currents, in which, they could not live. During the hot dry season of mid-summer fish disappear altogether from the stream. Hot Spring Valley lies between Hot Spring 5It. on the East and Cold ML on the West, which mountains rise almost perpendicularly to a hight of 500 feet above the valley, and be ing crowned with a luxurious growth of trees, present a very romantic appearance. The Val ley is about 100 vdi u-i.lo vin,im tctu and South 800 yards, when it deflects to the est Alon? this vallev. on j-rmi-lr. nurmnr b'.reet the village is located. , pEKTiSfiST.rr-Tlve New York Tribute sums up the conspiracy and corruption of impeachment very concisely, by th following suggestion : "The country has reason to believe, however, that Andrew Johnson, whom a single shot from one traitor placed in the President:! chair. remains there bv the sino-lo vote of an j j other. Elected by . assassination j'afi oonfirmed bv bribery. What a constnu eKicy TmhWa'TivsTcftnt n"-"-' The 30th inst, was? almost universally im proved, s the day for decorating the graves, of fallen braves: but of no celebration do w read with more interest than that appertain into the Arlington cemetery near. Washing ton. A "rand procession of children wit baskets of flowers paraded the occasion, with ladies, soldiers and officials ; pryers were had at the monument of the unknown 2,111 whose bones lie beneath, Preidenls 'Lincoln's addr. at Gettysburg was read ; dirgesweic played by the band, and the children .ornamented the graves profusely with' flowers. ' It was an ini pressivc, solemn and instructive scene. i iy thousand persons" participated,., The cemetery contains sixteen -thousand graves, and thou sands sleep at the Soldier's Home, .and Alex andria, Virginia. ' lion. James A. Garfield was the orator of the day. '...., , Items from the Cleveland Herald. VitBESTEb. Eugene Stow, of Geneva, one of the railroad men recently . arretted for al leged express .robberies on the Lake Shore railway and who obtained his release from custody by turning State's evidence against his comrades in arrest, has been arrested again this time for an alleged burglary and roblery that took place at Geneva, in the month of Oc tober, 1805. The arrest was fnade' In Cleve land, Monday, June 1st, by Constable Bartho lomew, of Geneva, upon the warrent of Den nis Thorp, J. P. of the same place, issued at instance of David Camion, victim of the ' al leged roblM-ry. Cannon is a colored man, resident of Gencva.and claims to have lost about $140. It appears tliat Snow counted the money for him a few days before' the robbery. and certain remarks made by the accused iin Mediately' after the circums'bmces became known, will also be brought in as circumstan tial evidence in the case. Snow, of course, says he is innocent; that he can prove aa alibi by good witnesses, and that this is a case "put up" on hini by the men who arc now in jail through his turnning State's evidence. James Joiner, lined and imprisoned in the county jail for 15 days, for purloining -express goods on thc.Lake Shore Railway, was releas ed .Monday, haying served out his time, but was immedittely arrested on another charge and will be brought before Justice Kolbe at 11 o'clock to-day (Tuesday.) ,; Clevetuiid has a force of 4!) men employed .hi receiving aud transmitting telegraph des patches. . - .A train of cars, thoroughly over-hauled, re painted, and iu every way made to look aud ride as good as new, was put upon the Lake Shore Line Monday. .- . EST wo thieves in Pittsburgh met a gefctle man walking the streets late at- night with, a bos under his arm, and undertook, to -show him a hotel. ;Thty . relieved liim of the box and ra,u off with it.: The gentleman was a nat uralist, and the box contained four rattle snake.- : . .. . EST" As an illustration of the', tremendous public feeling On impeachment m C'hicligo. the Chicago Itepvblietiu gained twelve' hundred new subscribers in a single day last week. Tiicy were principally seceders from the TrUi- une. The HrpitbUant condemned the bolter aud the TrVm'nt excused them. dpThc Emperor of Austria has at length given his assent to the public school and civil marriage bills recently passed by both Houses of the Rriclixrutli. So the hope of the -con servative party that the seven remonstrances of the Pope,-and 'of all tire 1 Austrian bishops agatnst these important .reform bills, -would induce the Emperor to withhold his sanction has not been fulfilled. - ' CSA petition numerously signed by the owners: of the vessels at Buffalo, Detroit- aud Chicago, has been presented to. the Minister of Public Works, ..representing the necessity of stationing a lightship on Clay ..Banks, olf Bar Point, Ljike Erie. It is said that this is one of the most -dangerous points in the navigation of the lakes, and being in Britsu waters the Canadian Government is asked to provide for the protection of navigation. . .' I ' : : . CThc asscmbli!igpt the Senate as a Court of Impeachment and the: meeting of the; . Canal Board at Albany, N. Y. have called together a number of prominent Democrats.. The movement for Judge Chase for tlie Presidency u the general topic of conversation, and Gov. Seymour has indicated that he is in favor of givmg it a respectlul consideration. His views arc seconed by many influential Democrats. The New-York delegrntion are to be called together about the 10th of June for consulta tion. - . ''.": GTThe new fifteen cent notes have just been turned out by the printing division of the Treasury. The notes are of the same width, but somewhat shorter than the twenty-five cent notes. On the right side of the face is an ex- ctUeut vignette of General Grant, and on the left a vignette of General Sherman. Between the vignetts. are ; the words, "Fifteen Cents," prominently displayed, and immediately be neath the figures"15." The back is similar in appearance to that of the twenty-five cent notes, witu tne denomination on each end. ... CSThe Chicago Time says that the rail way train that left Cheyenne for Omaha on the 9th day of May, was stopped by a snow-drift five miles from its starting point.. An effect was made tore turn ; but a snow-drift rnrWo,t it impossible. An engine was sent to the res cue, which failed to reach the place, on ac couut of a snow-drift Two other and larger engines were sent out, both of which stuck fast ia the snow-drift Night enmeon, finding the distance of five miles east of Cheyenne pretty thickly sprinkled with locomotives railway trains and show-drifts on the 9th of May. - ' ot ot Tns PosiTtox op Sexatou Ross. We pub lished some time since the following note from Senator Ross : oi WASHINGTON May 16, 1868. To D. li. Anthony aiut others : ' - GENTLEMEN. T 1i nnt mwrniia mnr ,-;,ri,t to demand that 1 slmll Trot?, citlier tiiror against con viction. I have taken on oath, to do impartial justic, according to the Constitu tion and laws, and trust that I shall have the courage and honest- to vote according to the dictates of my judgment and for the lightest good of my country. for to E. G .ROSS. The answer was as follows : LEAVENWORTH, Kan, May 16, 1868. Hon. K G. Hon. U.-y. Senator. Wax!, n r . Your telegram received. Your vote is dic tated by Tom Ewinjr, not by your oath.. . Your motives arc Indian contracts and Greenbacks. Kansas repudiates you as she does alll pre- D. R. ANTHONY AND OTHERS. Co4$j:Essio$AuVN9Mn.-ATiox. It will lie seen thit the jcall'bf the yeial county: cora mittecsjeompesinj M committee of I ha cou grcssiclttiil djgictffiir koldiogthj; convention, is inserted in our columns to' day", fixing the time for holding that convention on the 24th inst. and Garretsville, the place. The chair mint of .oub iconnty committee has also fixed the time for the appointment of delegates iu the sweral .townships. The time pf holding die coijvaiittoh Is put at asuruewuut earlier day than uayiajj InUwe know of no ground of ob jection on that account.lnTleecI we Tire'ratTi er gratified with an early disposition of the question, fori if there is to be any infusion of heaf'and earnestness into .the campaign, the sooner our minils are suffered to become-.-quiet, the better. -...I, . i . -. - .- - r. ; - - . The primary meetings should be well attend ed, and as full and fair an expression ot pref erences enjoyed its may be. . The meeting it will be observed is on the evening of Saturday the 20th. Bear timt in mind. '...: ' ' - " t'oi.u.Mnus' Delano Admitted. The House Committee on elections reported that Columbus Delano is entitled to the seat held by George W. Morgan from the loth Ohio District'' On Wednesday afternoon, by a vote of 80 to 38, the report Was adopted and Mr.' Delano took? his'seat : - - - While it is sedulously proposed in some quarters that the stout,, slashing, defiant, un terrified old Democratic party, should change its nature aud -settle dpw)i into inanity and c .nscrvatism, the more vital elements of the Democracy seem to be resolved, on 'maintain ing its early character aud its ancient renown. In this sense the Shite ami Union, one of the most outspoken journals of New England, jeers at the notion of a Conservative Democra cy, as follows : .. ....... It is solid consolation to be conservative. It is an anejior to the nil both sure and stead fast, and will anchor it iu heaven, perhaps, but more likely in the other place, because con servatives never climb, but gravitate. It is against their principles to move up or move on. That is aggressive. They liiust be con servatives or they are nothing. Conservatives are not offensive. They' never tread on any body's corns. They are a very modest, moody, solemn class of bre'thern,- who believe in let ting the world wag. Why shouldn't it wag ? it was made to wag, and lettcr let it wag. We are called upon to unite, harmonize, frater nize, bed, board, andjfyA witlt- conservatives but we dont see where they come in. There's no fight in them, anil we are for putting them back in the rear to take care of the baggage and provisions, and bury tiie dead. They are honest, and will make good undertakers. But kept back in the rear, and brave men. fi 'htimr men.: Democratic metal, and muscle to the front. Get back, Conservatives, you are right in the way." . ... It will be diflicult to bring the exuberant spirits of tliesa positive and aggressive men to the policy of nominating Judge Chase in stead of their favorite Pexdleton ; but yet it can be done. The story of the man digging for'thewrtodchuck illustrates the whole situa tion. . "Yes, sirree ! I must have hini ! We're o-ii of meet." X. T. Sun. ' Death of Kit Causon. A letter, received from Fort Lynn Colorado, says that the: re nowned Kit Carson died at that post on the 23d tilt, of a rupture of an artery in the neck. Kit Carson was one of the most noted of that interpid race of mountaineers, trappers, and guides that have ever been the pianeers of civ ilization iu its advancement westward across the Western continent C3F"Gen. Sickles, at the close , of his Grant speech at Milwaukee, very appropriately quo ted from Tennyson on the Duke of Wellington as follows; "lie is our greatest, yet with least pretence Great in council, great in war, The greatest captain of his time, Rich in saving, common sense. Biographical. The Ohio State Journal is publisliino; short IJiogriiiic:il sketches of'some of the WeiMiblican members ot the Senate and House ot lu-presentatives from wihci: we select tlie followinr in referece to our own Representatives. . . , EAMES, OF ASHTABULA. Hon. William 3f. Earnest a member of the House ot Uepfesentativcs from Ashtabula county, was born in Be shire county, Massachusetts, January 1.1, 1827. tie first pursuer! a course of study at tne Classical r?cnooi at JtasthamptoH Mass., and was afterwards educated for the profession of medicine at the Medical College at I'ittsiieM in his native Slate. an.i at .Jciierson Aiemcai tjollerje, Philadelphia. ' l)r. Eamcscan.c to Ohio in 1S50, and has since been devoting himself exclusively to the duties of his profession, having prat-tied medicine tor six years in Portage county, w here - he first settled, and for the past ten years n the county ot Ashtabula, where he uow results, In May 1SG1, Dr. Eanies was commis sioned as a medical officer, with rank of Major, in the 27st Keg O. V. M., and on the expiration of the term of enlistment of that regiment, was appointed Surp-eon of the 2lst Keg. -O. V. I., and served with that regiment, under Gen. Xelson n Kentucky, and under Gen. Mitchell is leiinessee. as lor five months in charge of the Mtirfreesboro General Hospital. as twice captured by the rebels. In October, 1862, in consequence exposure ana overwork, his health failed him and he was obliged to resign ins commission, ouc on ins restoration to 'lealtli, which was speedy, he immedi atily returned to the service as Surgeon the otlh regiment V. N. G. As a member of the Legislature, to vli:cu he was elected in the fall of 1867, Mr. Eanies has established a character for fidelity in the discharge of his public duties ana tor a iamiiui adherence to the distinctive principles of the Republican party, tie lias not spoken often but has poken well bis speech on the Jewett iesolutions is the only one, we believe, hat has been published. But by his modesty of demeanor and affability of manners, he has won warm friends who will rejoice at his success, . whether in professional or in pubic life. It may be added to tho above that r. Eames has originated'-six different bills during the past session mostly on subjects of special interest to the County isuiauuia an -oi wuicu passed the House and four -of them the Senate, are 11 now on the Statute book as laws. The other twoare still pending jn the Senate. "Wells, the express man. has done a ood thing, which, we hope, h won't be sorry tor. lie has founded a seminary young ladies at Aurora, Xow York, be named after him. The seminary uilding, erected and furnished by his berality, "is believed to be uneciualled beauty and situation, architectural elegence, commdious arrangements, and completeness of equipnientr" Why don't somebody found a seminary or some- ung better lor the old ladies ? or are there none such ? We object to giving everything to the young, who have never merited anything, and passing by the who have earned recognition. and le to the ' a i t5f'I0,tt'r Palmer, the Cluigo millionaire, drives a four-in-hand leant with two colored foutnien behind. A rural visitor, who s:vw the equpagf, returning home relateiKth'aX he had seen "two niggers in the city riding round in great style with a white man to drive em." Cleveland Wholesale Market. Wednesday, June 3. Floub. Market dull 'and unchanged. Wa quote s follow : XX sprin?, city made. Site? 11,50 : do. eoun trVSfr MOfSW.aiL; .XX citv made amber $13. ; iJc? 10,1 I2ild '. $K3ttQ4I3 ; XX red, country made, fligfli. U'knt-IimMnrM bojm u Uk nark and Ttn transactions are reported. No. 1 red hUd liominalr at $-i;K(ijJi,37. y ?T T,, . Cobs. Spo parcels arc dull and nominal at SWyiTc fair tnqniry for future delivery atWc seller Juue'JCc eeller Juty. . . . ,i , ... ,y , . . v0AT8-Lwcr : sales of Xo.i State ki rifmftore; the demand is light. " ilAMs-The dc-mandis Mcady. and prices firm : sales liiiJO lhsi -snpir eured at ic fttr canvassed. Bl'TTEK The market isquiot taud unchannl- de mand fair at ttatic for Western Ki-serre; at)Q-3i ror Central. : ;. .-. -:; CHEESE Old wairce and firm at ljnlGc for factory now in lair request at a range lfil-l!jc for dairy and fci torv. -,. . . E"liGS-The market h? firm and demand good at 20- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' Attachment; Notice! -Wm. Bard vs. i - 1 ' 1 Plv ner. J- - tt Before Simon Hoffman, 3. P. of yniontli Townsuip. A.htabul Wm. F. Spooner. waniy. unio. OX the 20th day of May, A. D, 136S, Said JllttCA iKrilll'H in HrrlAr Af A lt.phmi.nl in the above action for the om of Devon dollar and fcv- eniy-nve cents, ana twenty dollitrs and probable coats. Hearing to be had July lith. loodat 10 o clock A. M. . Wm. BAUD.. Plymouth, May, 6, lsfiR. :-' -' 3t.a VA11RIA GES FOR SALE!! OxE Second hand, Philadelphia top bug gy, in pood repair, nearly new. : . . . - One finale. Li'-ht (Jh;u Buggy, new. , One Trotting Sulky, new. Ail Curtain Made. Enqnire of, T. S. EDWARDS. Ashtabula, June A, ISfiS. usjtf Spenceriau Institute of Penmamsnip, Geneva, Ohio. T HE Above Ixstitcte will be removed to Cleveland, September 1st liiCS, Where it will be con nected with the UNI0IT BUSINESS COLLEGE. The inWrveneing three month will afford excellent opportunity n all wlio may wlnh to avail themneiivcs of the advautaes of the school at (Jennva. Scholarship holders who may not be able to complete their course at (leneva, will be entitled to equal privileges at Cleve land. . Liberal commutation rates will be made to anv who wih to improve the remainder of the iestdon here by entiTinjr for two or three mouth;, paying in advance. For particulars, addnn PLAIT II. SPECTER, Jr. iienecu, Ohio. Charles L. Lockwood, AND DEALER IX MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 513 Broadway, St. McIioIhk Hotel. N. Y. p c J- Shirts made to ortler. A proper fit iianinleeil. Self uti'aHirciueut sent by nmil ou ap plication, rricc : IS. 21. 30. 42 and 4S Dollars oer dozen. ' :jiu-; SMITH &G1LKEY w T T OULD Call attention to their new stock of Spring & Summer Goods, Comprising nearly everything in the line of DKY GOODS, CONSISTING OF Sheetings, Prints, Ticks, Denims, Cottonadcs, Cassimcres, Yarns, 'Carpet Warp, Batts, Shawls, Suckius, Hoop Skirts, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, TrimniiiiL'S, Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Our White Goods Stock is very full. We hare Plquas, Brilliants, Naiusooke, Plain Dress, Coided Swiss, ' Sburrcd Muslins, In the Una of Dress Goods, Grey Poplins Wash Poplins, Alpaccas, - (A Special Bargain in Black Alpaccas,) . Grey Mixed Poplins, Grenadines, Pine Apple Grenadine, Ginghams, white Organdias, Especial attention is asked to our stock of Figured Mnelins, Black Gro Grain Silks, for Sacks and Dresses. JS3VXITII cfc G-XXjBE1"V". Ashtabula, June, 18G8. 903 BRIDCiK NOTICE! TlIE Ashtabula Central Plank Roa.l Company, will let on Friday the 10th day of June next, nuiuiintror a hridire over .vmii-rceK, near -iir. & ilelL's. Pn.nii.nl. trill lui roeeived for Lattice, lluwe Truss and Iron Bridges. The Coniiany reserve the rifht reftise any bid they may deem not tor tnc interest oi Company to accent. EO. W1LLARD, Pres. IK 111 l.ltLUI, 1 G. C.IU'liBAKD, t Directors. A iitabula. May 30, ls. Zv'Ml its iue b.K-k's bed ful . DISSOLUTIOX. , HFi Co-part trcrsliip- heretofore exist Insbrtwism (J. C. l'ullcyatul ri: 11. llollls. under the firm ot Cully & liolli, i this T:ly ilUsilved by inienal coiieltt. The bokw and Kipera of the lino will be found at the office of il. ('. (.'ulley, where ill purtit's h-iv-inir iinetil.d accounts are requested to csil k:h settle immediately. O. ('. ( I'LLV Ashtabula, May 10, 1S6S. C. 1. IIOLLIS. TIIE Ijusincss will be continued by Q. C. Culley. where will lie found ronstuntlr on hand a full assortment of Sa-h IKors. as cheap ns'can be bon-ht in Cleveland, and warranted of as good qnalitv. blinds made to order at Cleveland prices. 6. c. Cl'Ll.KY Ashtabula, Slay l'J, lrUS. ymtj To LENT. A good iet. oi Itooms to Rent, for a small family. Price not above 0 per vear. Apply t J. 11. .C'OriV. AshiUnla.a May 20. 17l?. '" cuiftif ' BOOK AGENTS WASTED! rV X O solicit orders for Dr. -Wji. Smith's DICTIONARY OP THE BIBLE. Tin! oxi.r mrnox flui.ishto ix America, coshenseb by Jla. Svitii owx uani. Ja one lare octavo vohitae, iUaatraled with over li!5 steel ami wood engravings. Agents and subscribers see that you get the gamine ertitit.n by Dr. Umith. The Sjn-inrjjlrlil Ilrpt'blicvn javs, this edition publish ed by Missrs. Burr 4 Co., is the" genuine thing. The VogrfrjnlhtMlit says, whoever wishes to get. in the cheapest form, the best Dictionary of the Bible should bur tliit. 1 . s We alr.o'want Agents for ELLIOTS new wort. RE MARKABLB f'HARAOTEKS AND MEMORABLE VLAChS OP THE HOLY LAND. Bv Henry Ward IWher. T. I). Woolsev, L. L. 1)., Pres. of Yale Col. Jo simli i ( nuimings. D. D. LI.. D., Pres. of Weslev.in l uiv. Kt. Rev. Ihos. M. Clark, Rishopof K. I., dc.'Jtc. 1 hey are new aud original works br these author, and their subjects are approved hy ck-rj-rmen of all de nominations. Agents are meeting with nnparalleb-d si.ecess. e employ no Oeneial Agent tor either book, and offer extra Inducements to Canvassers. A-ents will .IfSrf?1"!!'-' "' nHne oirectlv with fhe PI B I.IMIKRs. For descriptive circulars with full particu lars and terms, address the Publishers. 4wfl, J- B. BUKR , CO., ITartford, Ct." THE EMPIRE TEA & COFFEE CO. UAVE APPOIXTED .'' ' A. II. TYLER, . AS THEIR AGENT IN ASHTABULA, OHIO. ilND in order to meet the wants of th community, have selected the undermentioned kinds of their stock,-which are to-lie sold at Wholesale Prices. the same as the Comi-anv sell them in New York. W guarantee all goods Sold hy us to give entire satisliict ion. rmcE XjXs i: ''. OOLONG, (Black,) 90 AO. Best $1,00 per 1b. ' MIXED. I'lreeu and Black.) SO 00 Best f 1 per In. YOl'Xd 11YSON. i)c, 1,U1, 1.10, best 1,45 per . OU IIVSON. 90c. 1.00, 1,10, best 1,S5 per lb. VXCOl.OItEI) JAPAN. I,r. 1.10. best 1.S5 per I) IMPERIAL, -.lc. l.flO 1.10, best 1.25 per lb. KMJL1SU BICKAKKAST, 1.00. l.lu. best 1.40 per ft ENGLISH BK5AKFST C'OEKEE, 43c per lb. EMPIRE JAVA COFFEE, 30c per lb. GROUND COFFEE, SOc. 30c.. best 40c. per pound. Hotels, Saloous, Boarding House Keepers and Families who use laivc qnautities. can etTect a n-at savioir by nstiR?'our tnnsn ana jrc:iKiasi and uumer ( onee. which we will sell at the low price of 45c per ponud. It is particularly recommended, and sure to give perfect S.UIS1UCU011. HmK-iiil attention is invited t the Empire Tea Compa ny's I,0.O AHilI ( HOP of Black Tea with Green Flavor. It has lonsr been the study of Tea Prodnccrs and T ters to priM-urc anions the many varieties too nuiue ous to mention, li'uvk Tea irith Green Flnror. that would suit nearly every taste, anil Ik come a standard article The Empire Tea Company feel convinced they have a length discovered this long sought lor quality in their LONG AIDI CHOP, which ia pnt np in pound papers, and sold at 1.'?5 per ponuu. am'.KiO. AS AIT APERIENT, There no medicine m much in favor with those irho are acqaaiutcd with their action as RobackV Blood Pills they are rafe, plea;ant and mild in their operation, and are purely vegetable : ran be taken hy children as wel a adult ; try them. Ileudry & Kiug. Wholesale and He tail Amenta. Tyli Carlisle cr c HAVE JUST RECEIVED ONE OF TUB FINEST STOCK OF SPBIXG ct SUMMER GOODS Ever offered in this market, anion; which may be lonnd c iiexe roruxs, PLAIN POPLINS ORGANDIES, BUFF PKLNTED PERCALES, STRIPED and FANCY GINGHAMS, ALPACAS. WHITE, BUFF and PRINTED TIQUES, BAREGES, MOHAIRS, GROS GRAINS SILK, CHAIXIES, SILK FRINGE?, TRI3I1IINGS, PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, SHAWLS, SACKINGS, HARSAILLES, HONEY COMB, and ALIIAMBUA QUILTS, MEN and BOYS CASSIMERES, BOYS LINEN GOODS, WINDOW HOLLAND,' WLNDOW SHADES, &c., tc, C, Jfcc, &c, 961 STRAWBERIiY PICKERS! TlIE SUBSCRIBER would contract with some 30 or more hands to pick Strawberries and Rasp berries during their season. ELIJAH BLISS. nDOir Ashtabula, May, 14, 1SA8. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS. As a remedy to soothe all nervous excitement, and in truest sense, a ntreine, there is, perhaps, no medi- extant which is received with so much Civor asRo- Stomach Bitters : a wine glass full on going to is all that is r-.-q.i;'ircti to produce eoaml and health sleep. in Years. PATRONIZE TIIE BEST ! H ATINlT the largest cnnit.il. most exnori- enced buyers, and extensive trade of any concern in the Dollar Sale business, we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in rrtTT In-taic, and aba tiie sehtctfans of. Odofla CTer ftlferKi uc ' ' -. . . - .- . ONE DOLLAR EACH. -Vo other eoneern hat any ihow tehenrer mir Agents are felling. Our motto. "Prompt and KeiiaWe:' Muia ead fi.utaltfageatisinod-iacilyndcoiitrj. I j ( 1 t " " ' 1 - Tiii: t.VDits '--'- ' temTr se!liii-ja k lod'sTf D K Y AN UV AN y'( " Hlb si DRESS PATrKKNt. ,C'OTl'ON;UWH, A-ASTORS! SIL ER PLATED GOODS, WATCHES. Ac (Katab IishedlStM.) Apitrnt pen fonnrain and a check de seribin;ran arlicje to be sold fora.dolIr U) eta ; 40 for 2; 40 for VI: 00 for $8; '100 for ! ; Sent by mail. l:reepreset.tsto Ercrternp.1irorM;Vir tent mm thm ttoe rent by any aeher eot.rern.) mtuetiins to alaeor dob." Send a trial club, or if not do nol (ail to send for a' circular. ' - ". . N. B. Our rale should hot be clamed with New VorlC dolhir jewelnr sales. or bojms "Tea .Cempanree." a It i oihiU!;of the aort. EASTMAN -KKriMLL. -: om - .i. - , (a Hanover St.- BoMeii, Jftt":- " J. MAX SFTELD""' : w Ladiea of Ashtabula aud vicinity, to his large stock of FANCY GOOBS, now oponinj at the tor of Mrs. Merrtam, iTilUner. one door north Fisk Irouse., Alt goods Usually kept ra bit line of trade will be found in Mt . FULL VARIETY AND STYLE," ' " . ej'-iwe tt .j! .? And we expe, to tell them at prices as low as ra be bought in Cleveland; aud of as good qnaltrv. Partku tors hen after. - r . JJJo. JiANSFIEUX Ashtabula, May 50, 1SCS. iwu . .'A'- i '. '. - ,' : ; . r - f FULLER'S MILLDJEIIYt- - -- '. , AND -" Emporium of -Fashion ! ' S.. F C L I.. E it.;T' 'I ' has lost return ed from New York with the nicest, and. beat aeiettcd stock of - - MILLINERY GOODS . . ereroftVred rn Ashtabula, among' whiclr nay. U foaad the Late Styles in . . - - HATS, - ' BO.YA'ETS, ninnoys, rfc besides some 'noteltut in Jt.m . : HATS AND BONNETS, , All of which will be sold at prices that wjjl please, the most particular customers. . . , ' ' 75 ' Particular attention paid to doing oyer STRAW iuto all the late styles, , Call and examine these good before purchasing elsel WhT' u , J4IW- S. EllXKB- Ashtabula, May 14, 180S. . ' it tlMtf" DODGE'S MOWER ODGEISPATDtT Tr ITIS 3IACIIINE hn met with a mast com plete success. Id every pert! on where it ha been intro tincetU it Ijus taken precedence over thwe, machines which have heretofore ranked as first ciasd.r W :bsv endeavored (o fiirnUh the ' BEST BEAPER AND MOWf: IX THE MARKET. With this end in view, we have eccnrod, Dy leane ahdT pH rebate, the control of the desirable and standard patur.tr now in use. This machine embraces a great number of entirely new novel valuable improvements. The foHowia' point of exwJleora taow Uh advitfa gea of Dodge's Reaper and Mower over ail others. TWO DRIYI5G-WHEELS. ' Thi? machhic has tnro driving wkeel whielr Mpport the whole weight of the Fnime, (iearin and lrivw, -piv-in it rcat power and facility of operating toeiher or iiult-Dt iidii.ily. chort turut can be made to the titjht tr Uft tvitiioot. rUtgfjittg or etwfiitfr the'knhv. Tins irro chine operates perfectly at the natural gait of hore or oxen, and can be Ptoppd or started oain in the heavi est grass without clogins- CCTTINO APPARTtU " ? - ! 1 t The most important part of a Mowing Machine Is Its ctittiujr apparatus. Of all the nniurrou experhiieutA and invention!. Open Wroughf-Irvn (ivani feced with l a.'t Sttfi. as us d in this Machine, in the only guard that ha proved pncceftU in allplacua- In taa- ne of tlit tiard. the irrent piiit is to obtain a saiheicut degree of itreii;th to withstand the severe wear aud violet t eou cniou! to which it i iubjectel, tocher with a hard, !harp ctiire for the knife to cnt aiiint. Our uuard ar made of the very bet cbarcnat relined troiv JkvcedJ with cast stkkl, and highly tempered. The dm ft of this Machine, in heavy grae or grain. Is ranch liirhter than ordinary plowine. and does uot ex ceed an 'average of 2K DountU direct draft. A liirht nair of horses can work the Machine b.wlt alf day, iff f kind of "nis or irraia. when the Machine Is property ad- jiu-led and opuvatcd. - . SIDE DRAFT. ' Thi? Machine has positively nostelttfr,artlM 'tttatt ner in which the tongue is arrached cntirolv obviates it. and the weiirht of the tongue Is so exactly balanced by tne (tftjfwaoie seat ror tne.drtviM arm position ni tho jrc.trinj' and cutti.ur apparatus, that there is uo weight upou the horsea' iictki. ' . I .i. TIIE DRAG-BAR. ' . We would atk for particular attention to this Import ant feature in this machine. HHdflrmrv iir phn Km lvr iu coupling to the forward end of the maehine, and eeai ncctiiiirbnicrt with rear stimin box. it reanilr aud easi ly adapts ifelf to the uneven snrfacc of thetrrotmd, ris iuauu failing independent of ire wheel or frame, and by its sled shape, passes over ant-hills and fcotrs, riMt. caily ont of furrows and riitcites, and enables the finger- oar 10 move over cut grass, ana inrns corners ea-iiy. , AS A SELF-RiVKER. 3 i: t fl Tlie new Self Rake applied to this Mn chine has Drov ed a perfect success, lo say that it pleases; is a taint expression of the suntrmenrs everywhere expressed. nnrnuiasric ecnmnm pour in upon us rromvcrv uaar- ter. If &rftt rtrtngth it tithiilicitg it4 reliable tcort place it out of reach of competition-. ; . . It i- a lievolvin; li-ike. and does its own reelinr, sav ing the expense a trouble of a Reel, and yet performing DeMer in all kind of xzafn tlian a Keel arid !laird 'Kko can. Good aud reliable business agents "Nrill b etab-Ush-d in ever town fn AthtahnlaandTrnmbnll counties. GEt. J. RECORD, Uen'l Ant, -: '-.. " ConBut, Ohio Agents already appointed : w . ; ,.," . . .'- D. Mitchell. Ashtabiila, O. E. O. Bailey. MurBin, O. ? i Si t C. C fJibsoa, Couneaut. O. : ' Y. A. Barnes, Austinbunj, O. " ' ' M. II. Panrost. Geneva, O. " - ' ' IV:inies & llayden. MadisontaO. - -- 1 ' ' M. II. Gee, Monroe, Ohio. Kyman Lnru. Kinsville. Ohio. , m Harrison Loomis, Jetterson, Ohio. S5rVm BAD TASTE In the mouth in the morning is one of the'stthptams of a billions condition or disordered state of too liver, and should uot, for a single dar, be neglected, as it is bnt the premonitory symptom of a train of evils and the very seeds of disease. Procure at once Roback's Blood Pills, administer them according to 4h4 sSrertMnaa-a coiupauyiu- each box, and the (flfBcuUy and danjer of disease will at once be removed. Ilendrj A King, whole sale and retail agents. " j. c. g. calkins; Real Estate and General bulnei'Acwjri Terms : 1 to 2,' perct. for Real Estate transactions Hriitiuy tier cent. Hejristerinir Personal Prouert. asdt Couveyanciuir at very accommodating rates. For Rent, a nice store, well located, on Ifaln Street, C. O. Calkins, Agent. . .... t. , For Sale, handsome House and lot, ia Kast Vil lage iiKiiure of V. ti. Cai.sraa, Airent, Asluabula O. . For Sale, a substantia al House, Willi I laTiro. Inf. taWa --t, Ashtabula,. C. G. Ciuw, and dry, on Center Street, Agent. For Sale. SC acres of land, mostlv timbered, has a good h)f house, and lt acres cleared, 1 miles from tho Kiatia roan, a miles irom town. f l per acre, SAW down, alance on Iotiit time, and lot cords of wool, delivered town, taken each veor on the payments. C. ii. ;aL i.-ss, rtui, Asnianaia. unio. For Sale. Farm of sw acres.' rollinrr land, welt watered, with buildinjrs for two homesteads. Thh is flue, productive farm. i?ood for stock, prain or fruit. ai:d can be iliviiled if desired, though all must be sold togeth er, per acre. ' r- Farm for Sale, on the plank road. TR or 119 acres (row! rain or trrass land, yields krty or fifty tons of hay. well watered and has good mninrm;s and t?ooo weiiard injr. and twelve acres excellent timber fflH per acre,' Apply to C. O. Calkins, Heal Estate Agency. 4e. House and lot. on Bank alley, one of the ha t locHt'ous ill ton ii for a bu.-ineps uiju. Inquire at C. G. Calkins, Real Etate Agency. For Sale, two or three very desirable houses and. o:s in this vili.iRe. one with four or live acres of Land. npuira of C. o. Calkins, Keal tstate Auut, ... Forlner Wanted, in a well established manufac irin:? hu.-iness. w uolesome. respectable, nernianent anff proninMe. capital n-otiired, $.1.lM0 to $i,UUU. Enquire IL ERKIC'K' & BROTHER. Notes aBd Ae- counts. A!i note and acconnts of the above firm are ii v h-iiids. f.T .-.!!. -ti..n. C. ti. CAI.KIXS. General Ka sinews Aiienev, at I la- Tub -gtaph I'riniiuOflicc. April Si. 1W, . soar. l,.OO,0O Cutomers Iu Four ii rr m i in iifti n mi . v. .