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ASHTABULA, OHIO. Rtturdaj Morning, May 25th, 1872. lyFurlltcr intelligence lina bi-cu received from Dr. Livingstone. ISfTIre Cmlist Insurrection. In Spain U l.ilxildVri?, oror four ttiousantl men biwlug vol nut (telly surrendered. . tIFA recent fire In YecWi Jnpnn, during ft sctcre Rale, burned over a snce of Iwo miles wide by three miles long,. Mid. rundurtJ thirty thousand people lionuless. Tho Tariff nnd Tax liilr, was p.issid' ou Mondfiy Inst, oud tlic nsolulioii In adjourn on the Mih last, has been coucjnvj ij by both Iioubcs. C2TA resolution was Inlrrul'.iocJ in the S'jii alo on tbe 2olh, Tor (lie expulsion of tho Assn clntcd Tress reporter, who corrected1 Mr. Conkling's mUsUtenuiut. ly vroiiuuiuiuir llicB unrrue. tSTTUe landing of it boat's crew find n How ilzcr from U. S. steamer, fr.r turret prnc tico In Hay tl, lint caused some rxcitoiiKP.t, and tbnt Government bas demanded repara tion for the Insult. t"The City of New Haven ou WWns day uioilo the State of Connecticut the oH.r tit a million dollars, to be expended in build lug State Ilousa tvlilcu wifl bs a iesetit from tbu city of New Haven to the Statu. taJ-It Is said' that Concrcsmau Kerr, of If tli nun, ngrces with Mr. Yoorlicen, that the tWmncratic party cannot, w ilhout dishonor to Itself and grent Injury to the country, accept Mr. Greeley as its caueidutc for President. A. W. Fairbanks, Eq., uf the Cleveland Herald, aud lady, left on Monday last for C'nli furnio. They go n nu-mb.-rs of a party of tourist, chiefly from, the east aud will be ab scut sis or Unlit weeks. 2?Tuo Greeky party had ft ratiSration meeting in Bud. do ou Monday. Mr. V.'illiam Porsbeimer, a f'-fe-loiijr five trader, nnide the principal speech. Tim e was some tntliip-iasni for Greeley and Urown, but It was not Mann ing. C3rThc President liru, signed the 1,111 to re move political dUalii'iities iu'.piiscd py the fourteenth article of rtmi-ixliwnl to the Con blilution. The exceptions ill, it U supposed, cover less than two hundred cases, Including Jeflerson Davis aud John C. llrecUim idc. tyTlte Commissioner of Internal ltevruuo will order., the. Collector at Albany to seize properly of the Central and Hudson P.iver ltailrood tor the scrip dividend tax, under the provisions of the consili Juliou net of t!iu As sembly, of IcSUO, bidding the new company re sponsible fur uil liabillim of the oIJ coipora tion. tyTwen'y-s; Ftat'-s have chosen dele gates to the Philadelphia Convention, and S3 of tbeui have given ii.slructiumt for Graut. Tliree-lourtli.T- uf the whole number of dele gates to the Conveiiti.n have been chosen, and nearly the whole of them tire ins'.rueled for Grant. The Convention will thtre'.ore be but a ratification meeting. C3FThc New York W contains a rpeeial from Washington, giving a few individual opinions concerning the Cincinnati ticket : "Henry Wilson enyu it cannot stcuro one clectorial voto or obtalu a popular vole of u hundred and flfly thousand.. Senator Logan Mates that it U a radical defeat of the free traders, who began the movement. Mr. Sum ner Is understood to liitvu said that he designs to maintain a reserve until the poKsiliilily of a change iu the Philadelphia nominations be comes mero plainly apparent. Judge Davis has stated that tho Convention but proved it elt to be a gigantic farce. Mr. TruinliuH ap pears somew hat nervous uud dejected." Tub Nkw Soi nitus' Uountv Law. TIic lollowiug bill relating to bounties has Just ue tonw a lvv,.vlz:. Ax Act in relation to Ho-anlles. He it ( naclcd by the Semite, and House of llepretx-nliillvs il the lulled Males ol A inert ct, In Congress nswiubleil, Thai every voliui leer, noii-eoinuiittoloui d t llieer, private, liuud clan and arlitleer who enllled Into the milita ry service of the .l ulled Hates pilor to July 'it, 1801, undiT the proclamation of the l'rinf- ileutot the Lulled hliites o n-.iy a, INW, ami tho orders of llfo JViir Depariin'eiil in pur.HU mice thereof, aud actually mustered b iiotu August Oih, l!ul; Into any regiment, com pany or battery, which was iieia-pled by the War Department under Kueh ii"t luiii.tlimi and orders., shuli be paid tho lull bounty of ono hundred dollars, under and by Irlue. i.t miid pnclainatiou uiul orders of ll.'e Wur De partment, iu force ul the lime of such enlist ment, nud prior to July I0l : I'roitil.il, That the same hm not ufi eu.'v been aid. ApprovtiJ April SJiid, lbfi. A Washington correspondent having Mid that Mr. buwanl and his ti b uds will not sup port liranl. the New York t'ttiitmcrtiit Adrey titer tells a 111 lie story of a dinner fix months ago, at which Mr. Howard and ex-Collector OihtuclL were preacut. MrCrmucll, suiatting muter the Indignity of bis nnioval from olllee, aiJ "Grant could under no circumstances be renominated and c lecled." Tho venerable Secretary mildly tuggcaled that he uud bis ol.l friend looked ul tU- ol sl'on Iroin u dllli-ieiit klaiid-poinl, and advised hiiu to pul away his private grids, that liranl would be noiui'ialed "and ehcled. The stars have SAld It, Mows, ' and the sooner you make up your mind lo the coming event iho sooner j. iu will have " coiiil'urt and corsidatlon." D. W. Yvouiirks of Indiuuu, Is disposed to luske hi prououueement against the Cinclii ball Convention candidate unmistakable and clear, fcluco his speech, of which wo gave an abstract, lis has been writing out his views iu a short h-tter lo a brother D;-moi:rat, which has soma of Iho tamo ring in It w hich made that little rpeccb. sn enjoyable. Vi e cannot V llhlioldlt. It is as follows t WASHINGTON, D. C., May 17, 1872. Dear fir: Your favor U ul hand. Tho Idea I hat I would under any (Irciiiustimc.s uppoit Grant, S"ins too it Ihu'ous firs rious ouklderation. The ktaleineuls to that im cl are utalieliusly aud ah-airdly fuUc. Tho nisoa liy I w'ill not support (irce)ey h that lie U no boiler uuu Iban liranl in any n npiet, itud on some poinlt he is woise. This w as my Meaning when speaking in tho House. So honest sud. Inteltitf mil )i-inoerat can spport itber Graut or Uivekv w ithout lirsl ubaudon lag bis prlnclphs. i'ito and water could mingle more easily and more consistently than 1 could become an adherent J cither ol iheni. 1 shall stand by my slucero and lilu-long principles. If I did otherwise I would be a tlishouest inau. unworthy of my own espect fcr the respect of anybojy else. If lot ihU cours I am to b coudcumetl I am entirely content. 1 w ould mil UU any other for all . the honors the world has to give. J cuotldent ly believe, however, that the great national Ieuiocrtic party will m,t commit a dUgroco. ril luleidual Jlultlmore on tlie Hlh or July. 1 believe It will bo guhU-d by principle aud liooor, and present csiuliJul... (.. u lmm 11. o lUN aud li-mesl musses of Die Democracy can Vote with self-respect.- shall hibor n bring nbnut such a result i ollwu sru labostug lo nominate Ureeley, the nun odious whu to the Doniocrallo parly in tno lulled btiU. ) am willing that the public may Judgo bolwceq them and me and determine uo has beeu true to himself, to his party and lo his eon- D. W. VOORHERS. A dead man be'ng found at La Crosse, Wis.. lib seven iab in kit back, tho coroner jury brought lo verdict of 'probable jBurder." Tu Situation, ft t prcsentaa to- tJio tffoct of llio Ciuciiitinniitl Cotivciilion upon tho l'resiileiitinl quvstfoii, mny not bu posiliycly told, ami yci the cvlilenccH presage n ecconJ edition of llio Dread anil Hitltcr Convouilon of the past. There Is a belief, renl or pretended, indulged in by Greeley nnd Lis friend). that the signs of the times aro itromblb. Tliii,of course. U made irom their stand point, anditheir iden uwy be, and doubt less aro, materially Magnified by their hate lor Gen. Grant. 1'roin Botne local i ik'S it would seem that cerium Der.io cratij leaders favor making no nomina tions at Baltimore; in other dibtikts, particularly iu the Sjtuli, there seems tc ba a determined opposition to- the Cin einnati ticket. Among the ktter may be cited Gen. J. fi. Mosby, of Virginia, nnd in the wtsf, oorhees, of Indiniia Tho former des not seruple to aver that m ease no Democratic nomination is made, nnd Oram nnd Greeley arc the two principal cuuidutes that he shall vole for Grant.. Alexander II. .Steven, .ol Georgi:ir does not like Greeley aud be lieves Grant us friendly to thu South us he. Ife says Greeley did u magnanimous act for Daviu in bailing him, but in this he acted a art iiv mote magnanimous man viiaut, when lie notmed Mauloii at Wushingtoa that he bhould resign in case General Leo w as arrested and elosea his letter by tayiny, "to your leiit, O, linrael; cow co to thine own house, Dawd." Of course there are many Republicans that will sustain Greeley provided tho Democrats uccept him that will desert him if they do not; but his drciigth, if Htrenglh it shall prove to oe, lies in i uc ucmocr.'iiio ruiilw, and lie has many influential men in the South as well as North. The Philadelphia Con vention will do much to give things there true shape and bearing, and enable us to settle down ttpou more certain conclusions. Mr. Greeley's Re-nomination of President Grant. The record of Mr. Dreeley's most remark able Inconsistencies would he Incomplete w ith 'out IncludiDg the fact, to which his present position gives peculiar significance, that he was one of the first, if not Ihu very first, to publicly suggest tho propriety of re-electing I'lvsid.'iit Grant. This lie did on the Oth of January, 171, in an address to the Uepuhlican lieiuuil Committee of New York, of which be had been chosen chairman. We quote from bis remains, as published in the Ttilunt at Ilic time: 'Aslollm Administration of Oeii. Grant, 1 recogulu no om; as a licmibllcnn w ho li not grateful lor Its Judicious, energetic and success- tut citorts to procure thu ratitiealioa ol the lo h Aiueiidiiieul, tliat keystuneol' our political arch, whereby the fruits of our great triumph over iieueiiioti nnu osuvery arc assured -iiul perpetuated. " Thai the President has made some mistakes in appointments is obvious it would be Blranire, indeed, if one so Inexperienced in Iho conduct of political utl'airs hail w holly escaped them. Whatever bliunu may Justly utlach to this falls rightfully on us, who took him from Ihu head of thu Army, und mudu him civil Chief Magistrate, fully aware that he had never voted a Uepuhlican ticket, II, indeed, hu nan voieu at all. "While asserting the rk'hlof every Ilepubli cm lo liU mitruminclfd choice of n camlkl.Hj lor next iTesident until a nomination is made, 1 venture lo suggest that lieu. Oram will he f ir belter qualitied for lhat momentous trust In Jt.Uiaii hu was in 1MG8. Such, eentle men, are the ideas and convictions which have impelled me to lake my place aumni; vou, nud accept thu responsibility you havu. imposed upon me. J.ei us take care lo act wlllis'iu slauiial e.nuiiimily, and with such evident moderation und fairness that our friends throughout thu .Slates and the Cm ion shall see i. nd fuel that we aru doing our utmost to unite and hlienglhen the Jd-puhllcin parly, and animate it Willi weii-grouiiueu ami sanguine lioju-s ol mture triumphs. it la possible that later events have Induced Mr. (ireeley to change his opinion of Gen. Gram's fitness for the Prcsld'aicy, but how, lets than one year end a half ago, hu could rconeile the above utu-raucc wilh his well- kuon u and long-cherished One-Term I'rinci pie, w lileh would debar General Grant from a le-election, w ht iher lit or unlit, Is u mystery, GutcKl.uv's rutlremeiit from the Tribune tit tracts ceneral uitentlen nud remark, mid as ho a id ll form Ihu center and pivot of specula tion at this lime, we shall no doubt be pardon- cl for telling lhat our own thoughts, also, run In that channel. Mr.,GreeIey's reasons for this retirement, us set forth In bis card, are not wanting in force, mid are alluded to by our cotcmporary id the Geauga J!c)iub:ican very truthfully nud Justly, and hi so much llie spir it and lone of our own heretofore expressed ies of thu i ll'ect of the step, that we are disposed to glvu them lo our readers: Doubtless, a 1 'residential candidate wilh liny hope of success, should be free from editorial embarrassment, and so, if ho is bound to run, ho should turn his back upon the Tribune. Hut we fear it is too hastily taken, and will prove a source of disappointment to him in the end. It is leaving the field of which hu is marler, uud where all the glory of his lilo has been won, fur another, w here tho contest U ul least doubtful, and victory cm add no laurels to bis brow. In the position of tho. Kditor of the Triftmte, w hich he has held from the date of its establishment, hu is peerless; but not so us thu Liberal Republican candidate for the Presidency. Iu hisuuloliionrnphy.ho beautifully nud truly says : "t'uuiu is it vapor; popularity an accident ; riches lake wings; the only tuiliily certainly Is oblivion no man can loreseu what u day mar bring forth, ami those who cheer to-day w ill often curse lo-morrow j aud yet 1 cherish the bono that the Journal 1 havo nrolecled and established will live and flourish long af ter 1 have nioldered into forgotten dust, being guided by a larger w isdom, tt luoro unerring sagacity to discern (he rkdit, Ihouifh not by u more uuiaitcring reuuiucss io cnioracc unu de fend ll at whatever personal cost, and Iho stone which covers my ashes may bear lo fit lure eves ine sun midiigiiuo Inscription 'Founder ot the Nkw Yoiik Tiiini'Nii.' " What is tbe 7'rilmne without Horace Greeley, oud what Horace Greeley with out the Trilunt Any victory of ouo at tho expensed the o bet would bo too iearlv bought. Lly tho close ol ib'm Presidential campaign, il not before, Mr. Greeley may bo more than ever Impress ed with the truth of hi words above quoted, and return to bis- lUb-long work a sadder if oot a wiser roan. tVAs Ohio Is entitled to two more dele gates at large to Hie Philadelphia Couvtntlon tbaa wets appointed by the Bute Convention, Ex-Got. Hayes and T. F. Sanderson, of Ma boning Count, have been appointed by the Republican Elate Csotral Committee. ' Mr. Greeley's Acceptance. The formal acceptance of Ms nomination by Horace Greeley, was promulgated on Monday last. AVe give It below, excepting that portion Of It which reviews the platform upon w hich he stands. As tho liberal platform has been widely published and generally read and com. fnentcd upon, there Is little reason lb J givuig this rehash of It. The balance of the letter of acceptance Is as follows : - NEW YORK, May 20, 1872. Gkntlkmex: 1 have chosen not to aoknowlediro your letter of the 3d inst, until I could learn how tho work of your Contention was received in all pai ls of our great, country, nnd judge whether that work was npproved and ratified by tho mass of t.nr ivllow citizens. Their response has from day to day reached1 me through telegrams, letters and com ments ol journalists independent ot oflieial pa! ron.igo, and indifferent to tho smiles or frowns ol power, the number unu character of these unconstrained, un purchased, unsolicited utterances satisfy 20 that the movement which found ex pression lit Cincinnati has rccieved the stamp of public npproval, and been hailed by a niiiioiitv of our ccnntrvnien as tho harbinger ol a belter clay Mr the Republic. I do not tuibhitcrprct this approval as especially complimentary to myself, iiur evi n to the chivalrous nud justly esteemed "eullemnii with whose name I lhauk you convention lor associat ing mine. 1 receive and welcome it as a spontaneous and deserved tribute to thai admirable platform of principles wherein your convention so tersely, so lucidlv, so forcibly set forth the convict ions w hich guided its course a platform which, easting behind it the wreck nnd rubbish of worn out contentions and bygone feuds, embodies iu fit nnd few wolds the needs ami nstirulions of to day. Though thousands stand ready to condemn your every act, hardly a svl lable of crilkism or cavil has been aimed at your iil.uloim. Its uronosilious. have already Used thu ntlenltouauu command 4,d the respect of a lar'o majority of our countrymen, who joyfully adopt tin iu, as 1 ilo, as I bo basis id a true, beiioitieciit national reconstruction, of a new departure, from jenlousiicss, t-t riles und bates, w Inch have no loiii'er adequate motive or even plausible pretest, into un atmosphere of peace, fraternity and mutual good wilt. In vain do thu drill sergeants of decaying organizations flourish their truncheons, und angrily insist lhat (he files shall be closed a'ld straightened. In vain do the whippers in of parlies onco vital, because rooted in the vital needs of llio hour, protest against straying and bolting, deiiotin men nowise their inferiors as traitors iind renegades, and threaten them wilh infamy aud mill. I am confident that the American people have already made your cause their own, fully resolved that their brave beans and strong arms shall bear it on to triumph. In this faith, and wnu thodtsttncl understanding that, it elected, I shall be Prcsidmt not of r. party, but of the w hole people, I accept your nomination, in tho conlident trust that tho masses of our country men, North und Hoiuh, are eager to clasp hands across tho bloody chasm that has loo long divided them, forgetiing that they have buen enemies iu tho joyful con sciousness that they are and must hence lorlh rcm.-.in brethren. HORACE GREELEY. There ere newspapeis which mny find themselves In cnibariMSjIng positions In a cer tain contingency. They have declared Ihe Democratic parly to be dead, and lhat tin y caunot support Grant because of his unconsti tutional usurpation?. They are warm, on Mr. Greeley. Hut bupposu Mr. Greeley should withdraw from thu canvass, r.s hu has threat ened lo do if the Democrats refuse to adopt blm, what would these newspapers do? Their candidate has been Uuo.vu lo leave bis friends In about ns awkward asiluation before. Tln Tribune says tli dry bones of llie Kn it lux LiU wire luken out and rallleil lustily to llii' uccoiiipunliiK'iit of tli u t'locjtii'iico of Ail lulnislraticjii Senators, on Monday luat, to in forcu llio raising of o bloody s;ii clru for cum imijjii exigencies. It la not Hiirprisiii); to livar men writi! Iliiniiit1y uion B'.itiJectH Hair iniiuls run upon ami Hay urn mobt familial with, r-etnilorial Kpeclre lamliij lias been ono ol the Irmliiij; feutures of tlie session, and no one ierlniis lots wutdied the i-H't-ct with greater iileitstiro Ihiiii the iviiriii;4 editor of tho Tri bune, uiul no Ijmly is likely to bo so sadly be fooled hy the f liettactilar 6liov,ns the Doctor. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SI rayed or Stolen, IMIOM J. A. iSliopenift.'H pasture, tionr Mineral Kprlna, ou Huuduv, Mny latli. 1M1, a Thre year out lllack Itonn Mure Coll, with a while aiar lu the hirebead. Any lul'ormailon left at M. Vcwhciry'e Druu Hloro or J. A. bhoociufl'a resldoi.ee w ill bo tilt, rally re warded. j. NKWUKHUV. Aililnhida, Miv SI 1H74. AN ORDINANCE I.tiylng Taxtt fcr Hit Year IK J. 1K it ordained ly llio Council of llio . Iticoriuioile.l vlJnik't f A-blalnila. that a lax ir len mills hoop each dollar valuation, ho and tho aamo is hcretvy levied and at-ncspod lor eclicral nnrnosea unon all taxable real and personal properly within Ihe limits uf s lid villain. This Ordinance shall laVa efV.iAl ft-oiii and aft. r lhA ftlii day of Juno, A, 11. IH7I. I'a.i-ed May Sist. IST-J. K. 1,, K1J.U, Mayor. Atlest: A. II. TVI.KH.fMerk. 8t(,S EUR E K A ! ! 1 &) O b 1 8 The O.Yi r ciirn.v .v tiik iron, f) ii,. i ..r...n. romhlupa tha air w lib the aiflutlnit process, purrnriiitna the OhaiuU-al aa faat as the Msvhaulcalchanse j extract .i iu imwii uu ivim rnsu, maKinir e purer, coarser irrslnwl Hutter than tan he produced br anr oinei process known. I r CIlCltNH IN r'lloM ltolO MINUTES ! M au Utanut of Ms ar, Il Works the Hutter In one-tonlli the lime, end belter rr.au eu be done by hand. It hae been testod b the M,iTLrAT.?,k "' Club, aad pronounced the Most l-awac-tCuouM Kvaa Imvmti.. vJi.?. "i f 0M Torl end New Lft 12 I V.' i" """'J' V,,UnKlv he ruo.l unquallSsd I? i.i!T ',?r, .lr!''M, "l" amdlca economy wlH 5V..IrTar?.Jrts!r' " of Ibulr exlraor- Thaf ere mannfoctcred at Aahlabnl by ft C.Cl'Lt.FT. All erdars will ba 111 ltd on reasonable notice. litt,i. Tii-Sr i?,L,1i-v ,bl oiiUte oe Heller m m,.w w,u,pvsi io evrycuara. ties I To the Citizens of Ashtabula and1 Vicinity greeting : We wMi to remlnrl yon Hint tli tUce lo-u Clothlh let at thu l! 1 rpiIAT yo may bo assured that our M, Slack Is llu Laruust sad lnnl C omnlete lo b (Oniid in till w OuiuitT, we put upon papvr, for your le-lfiire r.-nill ii sn cniimermiua of a few or llio Mni-a uf guoda lu Oe Jumiil at ear llvaso, v Xst. OLOTIIB, Uero wo can aluiw in unnaually larp end line eaaort mcni. iH-m-TinK wim llio ieii trraili-a of clotlia are luuai Mllarnclorjra: d prnntnble to Hit- cnniiiiii.-r, vvi'li ivf avoided Ihui-liL-aper lliu-a ol ShiIiil-l, Inlon, shoddy and (, oliun Mxed Clotba, in iniikiiiKonrSirlii; purcliiiava, aud buo aiockcd onr clntii Ocpart- " iih-i.I w ild tho bual AmrrUan, Engllth, I'nnrh and Umnml iio4t, In all tho dcMrahla slmdus of lllnc, Drown, Dalilla, liLioko. IJinl), &o.. tc. Our line ot Bruuitclutlia nnd Oounkin contiilna. amonff otliori'. Iho lollowlng biaudv: llllvor llro?, VaL'iT' llm khoi ki-r'i. and Sclmalilo . Wo Imra Slluti ori:NliLISII K.;l(KYS that cannot bo boalon. Oornuii Mruifhl I.iiii-iI Riii I DUiyjuuiU Worn led Coat luf, a Kud a the murhot atrtta. J3cl. OASBIMBnZlS. We aro prcporoil lo ehowr tl:oao who can appreciate Hoed t,"ou, I lie vory bunt American and Foreign Mu a n lac lure. We ark crpoclul aitomlon to onr f'ant ru:lt-n;8Ui lielni; Iho lniibt don ralilu inc-k In ihl Sn-: tin n of country, coiiuiliiltij; ull-llio dovtmbiu lyll iiuti j.iui i-, w-iiiiiui. nun wiuKun atiner-, iiwrruiif Done Mixture. Scotch l.lnen, Ac, 4c. Wc huvo a fow l'dilema of lery Hue nud Ill-lit W or Med, In dark Color, i.ir extreme hot wcuiuer. In the vnrloua Mixtures our iioet la larjfe and cnui'allv aELKC-r. Lid TrLXXVIlVIIlNJC3rS3l Wc Imve tnkell moru than ordinary nalna Ihla anrlnir tin. eloih and lui'i'linerei noiiced ahuvu. and can how tlin bel l-'iirmer'e Sullu, Silcciui, raddin. Italr ClutU Sleeve l.iniuvr. to he found In market. IUUUILI.TU ..iiiibiih . i i.iiiiiiiii-b HIT 111 IllllKlllir llll In the Making if iiunntnlt we nronote to. cmnlot only tin.- h'.t waikjnen. and wo izunrHiitee tht m- t'loiha, Triiaiutiu; and work nhall all be-aacbiaa we timll nut Lo a.-Uanied of, uoroar patrous diaautiallwd wi:n. tth. KHIDV-JtlDIi CLOTHING. M'o have Suits at alt the customary priccn, and go'oda that uru lundo no with more nun oruiittiiv cure. W e ollr l.-.'kH ('tint in llhie nmi lilai-b el..H.. til. r.oualM and llruiiilev; lllmk und llluo Cittidiiierc, boc- i:tu, en-"tor mul Irlcot I'auti, with vcta to inutcb. e oiler a cuutce ndoriinent of Mvlteli Ppiing and b'ln.mtr runtt, und can warrant bmli tho ko.kU and the work. Wo oiler Scotch nnd Ainericnn I.-IirvIhl Unit a piod and clK-ap. nnd Oisilnuro Suita lu (.Meat Vbrlety. and Children's Sulla, and at prices that cannot fall to v uiii p.-ii- i.uiin iioiii u iui ire imiick oi i om iin . uiv.' liRiite iuoii who wiiui tne woriu of their money. cm. XjiXixrjBSJ'fi. Onr Slock contain Sails, Coats, 1'uiiN, and Vu8t, and l)uui in uil the diflV-rout atyka find ood. l.tm lare ied I'o it ami Oua-U-re, ulaii I'.lack una Jlnrk Striped Alpaca l o it. und l ulliied Caetlinvru lilotmee, for "'i'he Ueuted Term." We l:avo Mut-H.IV Vontllifc'a, 111 llie liext KllulUll.Uood W'biW, V.u., l lulil.Rlid Mixed Colors; nio, Keudy undo Aiurneiltea Vct-ls in the lutet alylea. Our Coilonadu l'liutti mid OvuuIN we'rec I'imncnd n tho bet, and the bent mudu, to be louud in llio niarUet. Olll. simii.m; OIHIHOATS. Our asoortmeut la uiiuaunlly und, and well worthy tbe attention of thoae who huvu lo buy. J tli. IIA.TS OAFS. We chow all llio now nud Htnudurd Style, lucludlnff the (lil-ey. Alexia, Reform, I'le-nlc, Doc Kinl. li, Ulue Chilli, Scotch, Silk. Unon, &cH tc. In nil lite leading Lut.dei4 uf calor. It Is our pu rioB j lo huve at all tlniea a fall line of line Silk Hate, ueb aa wo can leooinuieud. 61b. 81' HAW CiOOOS. Our assortment cmlirncea snvoral Kradea of Panama, Mtiluccn, Canton, and oilier hruida ; ulao a tnro variety or I'uiin Leal, Harvest and Willow Hats, for every day w ear. Oili. ZPvurxxlsr Iilxis GrOOda Kid, Uo.klii, nurkuklii, and llerlln Olovo, American und Urillih, fioin Iho llnost llHlhrlnu and l.l.lo Thread, down ihroub all tho Ki-udc of lirjwu aud Mixed, to tlie voiy cheiipet vurietiua. The celehruled lluy Slate hiin nder, one piece of web- 1) i iifj lliron'liout. AImi, La-lies' and Ueuis' Snoulder Bruces. All tho grade of Salrts, I ot-.l uiliiiu; Cullcu, Cotton, rorcalr. Llneti.l'lievlol nod Wiwlca. Linen uud l'a)er Collar. Ilosoinn, nnd t'utV. Valises Leuiher, auil Kunmled Clolh. Valise and Sianwl Stiapa. 'J'runks. Wrappers ft Drawer , all kinds. Sleeve bullous. Stud. Ilosoni Plus. Scar.'-i, Tl.-r, aud Hows. In or iut variety. The beat Sill.-, Mit'-n, nnd cmtou Threads. l;u'tum, Uindln, Ilueklos, t'mlirollis, fee, &c. TliCHu Guotls wc propone to roll n Cheap as they can bo sold for Cash. Vo shall not clvu ton'' credits 1f wo know ll and we tuko this oiportmilly to rocomiaeud to bH.g wiudi-d I'liyors lluit thev buy wliere ttiey villi have to pay 1 r, oriiu tier cent for lii-lr loit-wintledness. We are ratlshed Irom tho stonily lncreue of our business tinco ih year comaieui-ed, that tie- Cash or Equivalent Man is the best for uil carcerned, and we propose to adhere to It more cleseiv than before Willi liaiiiks fir favors nlreidy rerrifed. we wooM assure our li-ieuda Out wo shall strvu to merit contiu uud palro-.mf.-e, by soiling i;oods ut Ihu lowest possible tun-B suiisiniuui wnu u sato ousinosa. AVA1TE & SILT .V. It. Thntt whote accovntt art ovtr-itut aivheitly i o'ir ttt nun n-e nrtu iie twney uitivii.tn our otmiitM, j u .ut n tm Hwtri mutt vtrce an jirrHiraioi y 10 Marino jor cuUmUim all aceounlt not ulUnileit loin a rtiuonmbU mil. . HAl liiJE BILL. Ashtabula, O., Mny SI, 1871. , U J. SHEPARD. (lUSMM II. TIKMJS AND SHOTflUXS mnile to order Itepulrtutr of all kinds doue on short notice. nuop in iiuriouri iiiock. main Direct. Ai-hialnila, May H. n7a. - - 4tAil VOU BALE. ONK-SIXTII inti'i'i'Ht in ns pool a farm ns thine is lu Asninhula Cnuntv. Also, in I. eta in lltilulh. Minn, liver -1,000 lnhabilante. Terminus of llie 1.. H. M. II. It., iiIho l ho Nonborii 1'aclHc llullroad Lots well located and title perfect. i. K WATROl'S. Aliliihula. May fi, is;a. nM Ico ! Ice ! ! K Imvo on linnd a lariro mipjily of ' Kxccllent I, which wo will dcllvorlo rnstnmem flmr times a week, lit the old price. Hlrents per hnudred. tirders h-ft at I. II. lirawer N'o. :M. (at onr expense,) or ui iiiu ii. ii. in-jioi, win oeuiieuoeu lo. ASUTAUfLA ICE CO. Ashlnbula Di pnt. Mny 7, lST'i. Wl tf or lis nut i:st to all t CLOTHING-. J. MANSFIELD CO., 5Z PUBLIC SQUARE. CLEVELAND, OHIO. V-OTWITIISTANDIXG tlie fi.lvf.nee i 1 In material wo aro happy to say wo shall be able to supply our i iistomers will oul material chanj-e of price. Onr atocx Is lartier than over before, and we ere lust In receipt or the LATEST Hl'KINU BTVLKS, both as regards the cut and stylo of material, SPUING OVERCOATS. We have all irrades-several new shades, and the atvlee aru the very best. Vices rtry wtorfsinfe. COATS. ' The New Market Coal, tho Knctlsh Walking-Coal, end Ihe Dolby are llie leading styles for bttslueaa. PANTS. V e vary In auy way lo please onr trade. Mtrlpea, mixtures, and Diagonals era worn, but Pino Htripoa ase very stylish. In b lue pants we havo Ihe largest assort ment In Cleveland, and show some elusaul palterae. M e Kiisrauteo style ami perlert At. (io lo MausUeld . for e Flue 1'ai t. Summer Vests Are one or Mnmalold'e Bpoclaltlea, and In both the double aud tingle breast we shad have e lull Use. CONTINENTAL VKSTS. HOOTCH HI-ITS all Oradoa, Irtcea-0, 110, lt, tt, IIH.OO.S-.'U.liS.firt. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTIUNa.-Mothere will fliiit ll ulll ik.,.m .v.i.tln. nmr .Hnr,' and ihitdreu's Clothes, lu this departnKWl we Oder opvciai iwraiua. CENTS' FURXISIIIKO GOODS. We alwava baea on hand a Srst ebrae aloes; of Gentle men a f uriilshlug Uoods, Including opnug i uuerwsar, uiovea, sec., ac. S1IIKT8 of all Oradrs. The "flneat white ehlrU In tbe market. rawracT Kittiku. A SPECIALTT Of CHSYIOT BB1KTS, Of which we havj several grades, end eie eelltn SO per coiit. ueiow tue auerkel pxloo. Genuine (lentcli Chuvlota, t M SS S so f 00 I T5 1 U) Amerlcen Cbcvlots, All warranted hat colors. J, MAKflVIKLD k CO., Cleveland, Ohio U Public Square. I offer arwclal Indueomenta to mv Ashtabela Coanty friends, end a in ronddcni 1 oaa make It e saving end economy, besides glviiig you e aiyliab ertlcle. le soaks S trip to Cleveland, examine and buy pay goods. I inske my Asblabuui trade the seme Itlwral dlscoente of UsHea.ou. JOttN NsuriEU. mm DRY GOODS! E. H. GIIKEY Hat just opened s new lot of tbe Celebrated Josephine, Seamless Kid Gloves In Spring colors sod black. Doable sod angte button! EVtRV FAIR WARRANTED. Also, tbe Jaqnlllne Corset, IJrlmbte'e Olove flUJilg Csuv1Ioob Skirls end Uuittbia. PAUAgOLS IN THE XEVV STYLES BLACK SILKS- Cheney Bro.'a American end tyon'e Silks AIT quallllea ULACK AND WUITE STRIPE TArFETA SILKS. JAPPANESE SILKS, IX STRIPES A FANCY PATTERNS. A vartrty or Dress Ooods, fn riaultt Siriptt uud Plaia MUturtt. PURE MOHAIR IN COLORS, VERY DESIRABLE FOR SUITS. GUIPURE LACES Ileal and Imitation Laces. Hamburg Edgings. HONITON 33A.3ST) WHITE CORD AND STRIPE Piqi'ES. C ORDED NAINSOOK. 13 PIECES WHITE VICTORIA LAWKS. b 4 ULACK GRENADINES. SILK STRIPE GRENADINES IN COLORS. PATENT LINING FOR GRENADINES Black, White, end Drab Crinolines. Nottingham Laces, Window Shades and Holland Klitures, Cords, Tassels. 4e. 11-4 Whits- Counterpanes. White Quilts, very cheep. Table Linens and Napkins VERY cnEAr. Crashes, Hack end Damask Towels. Roll Poplins, eU bilk end Wool, et tl eu. The Stock of Domestics a&"TTXXj. TICKS, DENIMS, COTTOXADES, STRIPES, CHECKS, 5-4 PILLOW CASE COTTOXS, 0-4 SIIEETIXGS, &c, i All of which will be sold el TBNT CLONIC PMICES tor CASH. E U. GILKEV. nit AetttebeJS, Utf J, ttTs, D. W. HASKELL Xlns lu Sforo a Virjr Lurfro Stoek cf N e w S p r in g G o o d s 1, In ill their variety, end would reaped fully ask A Call from the old. oud your g, riek end poor Every Wy before pn rebating Dry Goods and CrocJce. yr Sent forgei the plaee. rartlculara next week. D.W. II SKULL. Shingles 1 Shingles 1 1 T T. I J A X DA LL, in un ulac t u rcr oi T T e nnd dealer In all kinds of Hhlimles. havli s mane arrangement m jricnmau, is urepareu to mrnisu asiy ainoiini 01 l'ine or other Shingles, on Hie shortest notice. Manufactory at Hitchcock's sboo, Arlltnnuia, vllllo, Wliero lie win m an limes ue junw, readv to attend to all calls In Ida line. AsliiahubnAiey 19, lact liin-am Flowers! Beautiful Flowers! TK wish to My llint woliive trrnntty T KNLAItUKD our HUEKN IIOt'SK FACILITIES, and have recenllv larcelv Increased our slock, so that now wc arc prepared lo supply all wis Ry uivor tut wilh e oaU. with a lare variety ol Cirwu Ifonae and Hoddliig; end all kinds of Vegetable Plants In their season. We are prepared lo luriil-n any or an tue varieuea oi Nt-nsenY or Urn a mkntal BiinuBBERV, Green Mouse or oilier stock from tho very extensive stock of MTOKKrl. 11 AKitlMOM cu., ou very tuen noi.ee, aim ot iueu Crttnloyue linios. Wc propose seudtug A ivacou around town ecml. weekly to supply customers wilh VUKSH O.VHD-EX YKOETArXKi Ll IbAitr seesiui. nnd wo w 111 bo bonny to fill and deliver all orders lor flowers or Plums that may bo made. wo novo on nnnti a nnu supply 01 ratisios, koscs, Ycrbcn s. Dahlias, Gladiolus, Geraniums, and In lad e well selected and verted Hock of Dante and flowers, embracing a lar-o slock of choice Animals. We shall be nappy to welcome visitors at any aim an umcs. V'blabvla, O., April M. 1STS. Ul-Sin . LARGEST CARPET AND CURTAIN HOUSE tJio West. In Bed: with. Sterling A Co. Arc now opfuhig Nw bihT Chntce luttfni8 tn Fine Enlifli Bruelt', Axmliibiur and IMoqiiuttu CarpwtH, with liordtTK'nnd Hvu o match, unlike anything el en lo be louud lu tin citv. AIi. ntw itrlcs uud culuritip ku lnruU.s I hive Flics, Oil Cluth, Ac. Also, haiitlliil lino of Lico Curtalut, Shaded, Tor rlof-, and Lunibrcqulu Pntleiui. Having purchopod our pod before Iho rccont Hd vniK-e. wu uru cnubkU to euil uur gocds at cxtruurdiuary low prices. BECKWITH. STERLING & CO, 1 8 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. To wholcxnlc Ilnycrs we acll at Mauufuctnrers' and New Yo.k Jobbers' prices. t "A lull Hue of Uphulitcrera' Ooods. Wiatn fuuxituui: i runxrruKEt "Small Profits and Quick Sa'es." JOIIX DI'CHO WOULD CALL attention to bis hirge nud SPLEXDID STOCK OF CAIJINET FUIIXITUIIE, The ronuit of bU tn'mruod nnd lncrcAncd fucllitict fur LlltjiUUfH, H9 is Prepared to, & is Selling Cheaper Than any other enlabtl-lnncut of the kind In tlieconntry or city. 1 moan what I cuy, and would invite the pub lic In Kunurul to m;o for thunirt;lvu before buying elt wheru. 1 it in inriklit it un obji-cl for auy one lo give me a call, hiid il will pity them well for com ti iff to eoe a liirtfc Htot-k to (-elect tVom, uhch ittas ltirKeai any Hu any city, ilnvioff clxteen your experience iu biiniiici and bu.vingall my Ktock direct from the manufacturer Kat, and cnntlucliny my own buiiuea eimblei me to sell lower I linn any competitor in the region. My work ia ui tt atway han been the bii-t, 1 titt huve on hand a laro toek of Kaitorn work, uhit h t fL-ll very low ; muou,; which will be found ilu'lo luiin'w, bed bmnt rt, carpet und rep lounge. hpriit'' Muiiet-Bcu, at ureal ly reduced prlcea of my own inakt). Don't iorprt the place a few dooraaoutbof Fink, 811U man Jt I'oV Klotirnnd Feed Store, A let. partttulurHlleittlon paldtocarpct taring. Curtain and C ron ire bani;in. all of which will bo tlouv with readlueab aud dUnatch. TJ231.3.2tfXlSLl33.43:- I also krei conslanlly on band e lare assortment ol lfa,lv maile I'ofliii-. Hose WihmI Imitation, lllack Walnut and liniliilliin of lllack Wnliiut. ull of which I ran trim In two hours notice, in any style requesieo, equal to any citv. al.-o hare a splendid Henreeln rvediuese when called for. (iiiAVK Clotiiks. A new fealure bas recently been ad ded to this liirniiure estuliliseinent orralher lo the Un tlnrlakcr's departmeiil il it one that cannot fail locum niend Itsell'to tbe ciinuuiinity, and will show Ihe dispo sition of thu proprietor lo ntttke bis establishment as C fried as may be. It u III go fur to relieve the work and ustln. Incidental tn. and so repnirnant In seasons of be reavement, ol' preun-itijf tlie rt-inains of the departed tor burial. This consists in keeping on eand, and reay for Imiiiedlalc use, a stock of crave-clethes. A variety oi shrouds, for bolh mule and female, made np with much laste and appropriateness, varioua In price, end botb black and n lute uiuterinls. A single order for a Co 111 n mav, Ibereroie, emrirneu the hahillimcnts of tbe deed, and thus save tbe friends of the deceased. In the midst of grief,, from much that aceme particularly dlsareeablo and lucoucrnoua In tbe way of preparation for tbe irravc. JOHN 1HCHO. Asbubtila Ohio Jan. 1st.. IrRO. 11163 tf BEAR IN MIND THAT IIAVIi WE TUB t1 0 0 8 (2) .;!i:ki;!!i!:! 4 4 AND ' Retail Furniture at Lower Prices . Then auy other house In Ihe West. A. a HERENDEN & CO., ot-oin IU Bauk St. Cleveland, O. . William Humphrey, having mapped out over Three Hundred lote. with six new streets, between the North Uiilira road aud tbe Depot of the L. B. It. It., proposes to eell them ou Tatar YBAna1 tiiwijhi, To-jether with Three Brick Dwelllnes, several Wood dwelliitifs. Twenty-live Lots North of the Depot, several lots at the Harbor. One Thousand Aerea of Land In Hyuiouth, i n i small place lu Monroe, and Kiirbty eeree In Miuuesoie. Also ou band 1.000 bnshela Qnlek Lime, O0 berrela of t'einent. SU barrels Plaster Paris, 111 Tone Land Plaster, aud e full line ol Goods end a Perpetual Lime Also ,0U0 Id Nolca and Morlpaiies, lo exrhani-e for teb. . . , . , VVM.lll'MI'llliEY. Aelta'.tila, 0., Vb. 1, tSM, yut ff vt yiirpte 1 WltJ JjaMraMeW . '., H. & K, OELKB KATE B STOMACH BITTERS These Bure.ere ci n.lderA Vey every one wke tbitu te be the ess tlnest and Best In the Country V. And ore prepared by tli.. KiXft. e physletae oS ks standing end practice, wbo by study end re eeercb le. Central America, hea brought I here- to the highest standard of Berfeetleev, Koni CruviM without tbesltnatore of Hsndry A Ktk Foi Se, Wholesale ed Xetall bj iir. jrmrjiEitnr Kl-8m ASDTABl'LA, 0U10. WANTED,-$7000: "OVER T11KMVER TO CUARLIE. IF Fish River is to flow iip8troam,it. I'ollywopa lo dle.Ita willows lobe hunt; with broke Jews barns the Harbor uauved to ProKtown, the lepot 4o Junks Comers, L'ru-s coyer ea strU'ls, sbeep lie under tue cuu.iuers, ueus uave nests in mv snow casesh. aad owla haunt our bed chambers, Who, who would llvo alway In this desolate spot I With only a Hallway, And nictr e lie 1'ot I For fear title will or will or will not happen. I eev anxious to sell, ai Ptiws that defy Competition, , alullUneuX DOLLY VAHULN and other ttvlea of prints, Urown aud ULEAC1IF.I) COTTOXS, FAXCY CAHS1KKR1S, LONG AND Slfl'AM 8HAWLV, " OTTOMAN IlEVKUSIDLK, rOPLlNS, rSIll'AtES. MQVE3, JAPANESE SILKS, LINENS, LAWN", LACES. CURTAINS, . BUISSELS. 3 TLY, 1NCRAIX, AND HEMP C'AItrETS. EDttlNOS, KlIDHQIDKTtT, COLLARS, IXfTt, , DRESS BUTTONS AND TItl.MMJNUS, TtCKINOS, DENIMS, CIIKCKV CORSETS, 1I0S1KY, CLOVES, TARASOLJ, SUMMER HUtTINOS, Also n full line of I.aJitV LACE, COXORESSand UUTTON GAITER Vulklitjj bUocs, BUjipers, Cltildrcus' mul Misses' Oullcrs, Mens' CkU &Iih's..& Duots, Lndlft.' Gosf, ' Cult' uud Morocco Lscu Boots, Traveling Baskets, &ttcbi'li, UmbrcIUs, Uottdo Yarn, Ballin:, Tuble Llnrn, luVI'KINS, TOWELS, &c. Ia luct all goods usually round in first cUssv store cau he bought vrry chop for ctsb, ot 11. L. MORICISOX. : Ashtabula, O.. April SS, 1ST M EVERYDAY I IM receiving end opening new aad desirable feosle. bought with cash. 11. L. MORltlkUM. HAMILTON & BRAY'S . Seamless Cornels the beat tn town fir tbe esMsy, at MOKIUSoN'ti. ' WALL PAPER. A new stock Just received at MORRISON.. A FULL LINE OF Crockery and Table Cutlery at - MORRISON'S. I It O 1ST WORKS. Hulbert & Paige, Founders, machinists, and Manufacturers, No. tl Jackson St., Palneevllle, O. A. V. Tcaehodt, millwright eV aVranawaaj, ilanntkcturors of Slatlonaryand Portable STEAM ENGINES, Circular and l arisal taw Klllle, ' MILL BETS, MuUp Saw SUdtt, Shafting, fultty. OriKf, aW GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. e Teachware Pateat TURBINE WATER WHEEL.;. TRIUMPH CORN SHELLER. RIDER'S PATENT ROAD STEAMER, For Steam Threehlns;, Sleara Plowing, Wecet bawiii, . HULBERT'S PATENT Doable Seamlag aa Drclla( K athlete. CASTINGS Of EVERY KINt IN IRO AND BKASS. MADK TO ORDER, ' JJabblag Praaaptlr Attentate! . Plane, Drawlrure and Eallmatee ofeny kind or.snllt work; also, lurnlsh, put up aud pot la operailoa all Ike Madiluery requisite lur a Srst claae Mill of any dee enptlou, aud gtiarautoe oer work la ever aaeilcuuir. By means as special machinery aad we are euabled to do liege AT THE LOWEST rKtCtM Palnesvllle, O., April , 1 ir: n-f?