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AISTABU1A, OntO. ffaturdajMorainpy Jone 22, 1872. KJA lady fn Clinton, low, gave burglar very rer flbicginfr wllb adustbmu the ther night She Mid alia wouldn't llve done It if be htdn't been under tha impression tbat ii WM hep kuaband jintfgettiD"; home. tWOt svteen-Vice Presidents bnt four Have been- re-elected John Adsrts, George Cllnttm,D. D. Tompkins and John C. Calhoun. Ot our Presidents, Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jackson and Llncolu bare been rechoeen. tV." I do not say that the Democratic yaity h composed of horse thieves, but you will find that all the horse thieves are Demo crat." Such was the language of II or ace Gree ley,. Jonjr aioe,. and to dna- be h asking the Dkmocrats to vote for hfin for the Presi dency, and tbo part seams to be over half Inclined, to-do so.' tVTennie Claflln failed to step Into Jim Flsfc'i stirrups, but baa finally been elected ' Colonel of the 85th Regiment (colored) N. Y. A Rational Guard. She promised the boys a new suit of clothes, it is said, if they would lect her colonel, and also promise to weiir Utk spur when mounted for inspection or parade. tVOregon, wLich two years ago was car ried by the Democrats, on Monday of last week returned to the Republican fold. For over a year past the Republican party has been win king succession of brilliant victories, losing ota single Bute, but rcgoltiingCalifornlrt, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Oregon. This shows that the popular confidence is un shaken In General Grant's administration. tar A dispatch lrom Louisville, Ky, of the 15Ui Inst, says a mad dog raged through the aet end of that city, biting some twenty per. sons, some of them little children. Only n few days since a most terrible death by hy drophobia occurred in Lnutsville,and recect'y another in Detroit, and hardly a day passes but brings the tidings of ono or more deaths omewhere from the bite of mad dogs. BffTbe recent Democratic Conventions hold in Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Vermont, Jftw Ekmoshire, New Tork and Pennsylvania, to appoint delegates to Baltimore, all gave anmlatakabla evidenee, la the character or their proceedings, tbat the- Greeley element was too powerful for the Bourbons of the par- Tn. English Grenadier Rand passed tfrougm Norwalk says the Gazette on their way to take part in the Ronton Jubilee, on Sunday evening last. The train that evening was composed of twenty-two cars with two locomotive, and was followed by an extra About half as long. Crowds are polng to the- JilUlce. The appearance and1 performance of this band, created a wild excitement on the earad day of the Jubilee, and the national aiaa of the two countries were alternated by tha respective representatives ef thu two Gov- ents. Prolific We have in nomination for the Presidency, the following gentlemen, on the platferms named:; Laor Reform David Davis, of Illinois. Taaaperance Jas. Black, of Pennsylvania. Woman Suffrage Victoria C. WoodbulL, of Kew Tork. Liberal Republicans Horaco Greeley, of xiew tent. AnuVflecret Societies Charles Francis Ad ams, of Massachusetts, i, Working-men U. S. Grant, of Illinois. Republican For President, U. S. Grant i for Vice-President, Henry Wilson, of Mnm-chiuetU. The following article, as will! he seen, lias a Democratic- paternity, but la not very strongly objectionable on that account. Imfced, though addressed to the household of fnllli, it commend Itself as being very well put, and therefore it fa having no particular preference to gratify, as to the couwe the Detuocrulic party may take, and nothing to loto or guia we give it a place: H. G. and the Democracy. Kditor Telegraph ; In looking at the records Of U. S. Grant and II. Greeley, I caucot dis cover what Democrats find so odious In the former that In the lUttun is commendable. It Grant Is too rcilceut, Is not Greeley too garrulous f If Oraut is too radical, is Greeley mow conservative f 1 Grant Interferes in lo aislectlons, does Greeley oppose the bayonet lection. Uuvt. If Grant is too partlul too friends in giving them, patronage, la not Gree ley too partial to enemies iu giving them ball r 'or Democrats to follow the cry "Any body to beat Grant," is the softest kind of sim plicity. If that permanent candidate for the PreeWeney George Francis Train could se cure votes enough to beat Grant, the absurdity ot that cry would b fitly demonstrated; and yet. Train Is only a flubbed copy of Greeley. It is only necessary for Democrats to reflect moment to see that to be guided by that cry li to assist the most radical Republicans In the movement to advance their chief to a position for which he has no more fllnws than the man they aas trying to dtifcat. Broaose Sumner, Trumbull, Greeley and Bchunt shout down with Grant, will Demo crats abandon tbelr own statesmen and shout, "up with Greeley ?" Who more than these four Republican leaders bavo openly disregarded tba fundamental principles or our system or government and fastened upon us thoir detest able measures of centralization, and now, alter they bare fully, consummated the ruin, cry, "Down with Grant I" ("slop thief I") to divert Urn attention of the people from them elves the real offenders. It would be Juat as sensible for the Buhl snore Convention to endorse the PiiiladephU candidates to beat Oreelev, as to endorse the Cincinnati candidates to beat Grant Because Greeley has for four or five months opposed Grant, does that opposition constitute hliu a friend and qualified standard-bearer of that party, which for more than a quart tr of a cen tury a hM reproached 1 When the Democratic party take p a Re publican to glre strength to their ticket, let it a Republican who has not labored all bis lift to place them In that destitute condition. H. A. The Rook and Ladder company of this vil tags, which, after so brIUiaat a career, broke tip and disbanded ia a mill at the Cy. Fuller Are,, baa been reorganised, wllb 14 members, looting A. C. Town, Foreman, B. IL Sinclair, Assistant, W. J. Carpenter,. Secretary and Jus. Thorpe, Treasurer. We hope this useful and ' Important adjunct of the fire department, will have tbe philosophy to meet the little veia tfoa of lib with something of tbe tact and . fortitude with, which Uwy dispose of the hear Ut inlafortao tlt raging and destructive a I- meets with which, a geueroue response of duty lead liuwx to coo tend and master. Fobs ant Tpwae baa sv coulhead on him. which will jsotbt wiflwnrlM laflueooe Jaholdlaf Borne of the Journalistic quartette who pre cipitated tbe Cincinnati Conventionas for lostaaav, the Springfield Republic, are rata fcig the question of inducing Greeley to stand asldo as a political deatfbeat, and turning their nttcntlon again, though despairingly, to Adams. This Is- a virtual giving up of the case and admitting that the eyes of the Liber al Rcpublicnn- nominee are sot Thlsls lint we have eipccteA, and if the Philosopher does not iRnonilnlously withdraw from the Arid, our prediction will full. The talk about Adums is the sheerest folly. Ho lias once turned the cold shoulder to Mr. Sumner's im potent movement, when blind amblllon might have encouraged a thought of possible suc cess and he is not, probably, less clear In bis vision, or strength of stomach, now, when there is no difficulty for thu wayfaring innii, though a fool, in rending the hund-wrillng upon the wall. The dnye of mortification fur tir worthy friend are at hand. CtiAPHAquA Wisdom mnd Consistency. The approaches to the Presidency aro strewn with disappointments, bankrupt ambitions-mul wrecks of human greatness. Reputations garnered by years of care, foresight and appli cation, aro wasted by the Hll-abjorbln;r Idea of becoming President. Men of unquestioned ability sacrifice the true honors of their lives to the Insane idea. The diauaso Is inveterate and incurable-, and when it gets hold of a mem. It never leaves him. From the moment of tbe attack, he grows more and more reck less and unprincipled, repudiates his former most cherished sentiments, turns his back on old and tried Men :1s, and forms alliances with those who bud always detested him. But who ever supposed that the Philosopher of the Tri bune, who has so forcibly noted the folly and madness of others, should himself fall Into the sumo weakness f But so it is, not only, but ho presents, perhaps, tho most sti iking and most lamentable victim of tho malady. Before he became a victim he hud quite a no tion of tho Presidential disease, was well ac quainted with its symptoms, and had a clear perception of its intractable and Incurable character. At a banquet given in Montreal, In 1808, Mr. Greeley, in speaking "I Daniel Webster, made use of tho following language: "Mr. Webster was not only u gentle man, but ho had tho tluiuenm of moral greatness; and he bad faults .is well, lie failed only in one respect, ami in this respect I differ from him be wanted to be President, and I don't. But tor that one tnislorliino lio would bavo been the greatest man America ever produced. Wo bavo pecn our greatest man, Mr. Chase, making the eiiiiin blunder. I have seen men who had thu disease- early, and died of it at a very old age. Gen eral Ltiwitt Cass died at about eighty-two, and tip to the day of liis death ho wanted to bo President. No one ever escapes who ome catches tho dineafe; nud he lives and dies in llio delusion. Being a reader and un observer at an early ago, I saw bow it poisoned and paraly.ud tho very best of our public men, and I have carefully avoided it." Two years, only have elapsed sluco llils ut terance, and already may Mr. Greeley bu ad dressed in tho words of I lie Rmuiiit satirist 'Change but tiui name of lliee the talo is told.' Although, always errutiu and vis ionary, alwavs wedueU to cpeuious lai- laciea, always abounding in contradict-. ions, , yit he has now involved himself in a mesh ot amazonisms wmen are woi ah of antagonisms which derl'ul in comparison with his former position. ' If there was any one thing more than another to which ho professed an unalterable attachment, it was thu principle of protection, or as ho exprssed it, " protection to American Industry." Tef, In order to purchase free trade voles, ho threw overboard tho child of his af fection, leaving it to find favor or countenance as it could. Kuowine; that ho has no posalhle chance of getting so much us one electoral vole, unless ho U nominated at Baltimore, next July, by tbo Democrats, ho is employing every measure auu every urtneu In tils poucr to bring ubotit such a consummation, lie is iublllanco with the Tummam Ring, as has been charged homo to hiui, and has not heen denied by himself or Tho Tribune. A lato number of tho 2f. Y. Cmmercial Adeer(it!er publishes tho following suggestive paragraph : We have tho lion and t!iu lamb lying down to gether free trader and ru-otcctioucst cros sing their legs under tho aamu mahogany Jew and Christian IVatcrni.ing lu a motil ex emplary maimer. Tho files of thu Log Cabin, and of The Tribune would furnish volumes of scurrility and ahuso which lloruco Greeley poured out on tho Loco Focus, Freo Traders, Rum Pury, Democrats, as he called them, ur.d to whom ho now cuddles and to whom he sac rifices the opinions upon which ho used to prldo himself most, ilere Is a specimen of the compliments that formerly ruined from his pen. "Point wherever you please to an elec tion district which you will pronounce morally rotten given up in groat part to debauchery and vice and that dis trict will bo found at nearly or every election to give a large nrtjorty lor that which styles itself thu Demon lie party." " lake all tho haunts ot debauchery n the laud and you will find nine-tenths of their master spirits active participants ot that sumo Democracy." . " May it bo written on my crave that I never was its follower, and tved and died in nothing its debtoi." It lias beca given out lu certain quarters that the Greeley and Brown ticket would get tho Irish vote. Hear is what tho New York Irish American has to say : " We can tell our t ensors that we op pose Mr. Cirecley on principle, alono; aud there is so little ot the " partisan about us that it front the motives of expedi ency which seems to be the only argu ments oLUreil to justitv audi treachery the Ilaliiniore Convention should attempt to foist tho Cincinnati ticket ou the American Democracy, so tar from being bound to support it, we should oppose. tbe unnatural ulliautie as firmly as we do now, und denounce it ns un act ot pom cal suicide, which no hiug in the cireunv ai&uuea of the party could lustily or pal- I' t. i- . : . . i :.. i . naic Jcieai in a kuuu cuunb is iucicih blo to the abandonment cf principle." The Springfield llepvbliean, which baa of late bceu so much quoted by Iho Democracy as authority lor Umui's unpopularity, and us a means or dividing tbe Republican parly, bus at length fell Uiu tolly o Its own scia. lis curses, like young chickens, have come home to roost. Those constituting the firm with Mr. Howies have hud a gruud tlare-up ou account (J the erratic aud lnuunsiunt course of the paper, the result ot v. hicli Is a division of the. establishment and tbe founding ot a new Sprlogtkld Republican, which la lo be pure aud tiueontanUnaled, a consistent advo cate or true Republican measures, end not an envenomed maligner of reliable Ropubllcau men. Tbe Republicans of Springfield have long relt scandalised aud outraged with tlie. course of Mr. Bowles, aud ate now svjololng at the rebel they are promised from his mis representation. It would be well for other Independent Republican papers to study this result as s lesson showing tbe disaster to , which each foilln Inevitably lead. Somb men move through life as a band of music moves down the street, flinging out pleasure on every side, fo all, far and near, who can listen. Borne men fill tho air with their presence and sweetness, as orchards, In October days, fill tho air with the perfume of ripe fruit. Borne women cling to their own house like the honey-suckle over tho door, yet like if, fill nil the region with the sublllo fra grance of their fidelity, love and goodness.. I.it or Patents tatued from the United States Pat ent Offlca to Ohio Inventors for the wvok endlr.g Junii 11, 1S71, and bearlngthat dat. Furntxhed this paper by COX A COX, Bollclti-ra or Patents, Kablii ton, D. C. Flour Bolt Feeder, Jacob Bochm, Peru. Padlock, Uurden L Clinmlierlin, Marietta. Street Lamp. John 8. Fish, Cleveland. . Cool Sitter, Lewis T. Newell, Geneva. Blacksmith's But'.eris, Johu II. Kbomy, Findley. Well Boring Machine, Jacob F. Rupp, Archbolu. Vapor Burner, Samuel Rust, Jr, Cincinnati. Buggy Top, Wm. Tauncr. and Wm. Sliimaiiuur, Findley. Medical Compound for Treating Piles, John W. Ward, Lowell. Bed Lounge, Henry Clostermnn, Cincinnati. Water Elevator, Eli Denver,. Rokeby. Rotary Cultivator, Maximo Decello, New buri;. Fence Post, Henry X. Dunbur, Mentor. Railway Gate, George A. Kristic and Samuel Ilord, Fort Seneca. Carriage Curtain Fastener, Timothy D. Marsh, jerscv. Combined Button Hole Cutter, Eyelet Punch and Scissors Sharpcuer, Wm. C. McGill, Cin cinnati). Bridge, Reuben L. rarlrldgc, Marysville. Medical Compound and Disinfectant Joseph Walton, Newark. Wheel for Vehicles, Simeon Atha, West Liberty. Shoo Fastening, James R. Cluxton, Hills borough. i Finn in I'i.ymovtii No Insurance Loss KEAii $25,000. Levi Graham's new Steam Saw Mill. On Sunday morning, June 10th, obout half past one o'clock, A. M., Mr. Gra ham was alarmed by tho cry of fire by Mr. Perry Mann and wife, who lived near by. When ha reached tho mill he found the roof enveloped in flames, which boon fell in, thus rendering it Impossible to save any part of tho machinery or tools. The mill was new, and had nil tho modern improvements, with Lath Machine, attntched. This fulls very heavily upon Mr. Graham at this time, as ho has, with in tho last year, at great expeuse, completed this mill, and built a private railroad, one mile and a half in length, to what is known as tho Big Woods, where he has a fine-tract of lim ber and a great quautity of logs, ready for sawing. He has his own engine and trucks for handling these lou's, thus giving hi in the advantage of handling them ut any season of the year. Mr. Gruhum has the sympathy of his many friends, and ull will he glad to leuvn that ho Is not discouraged, but that he has already commenced rebuilding, and with his usual energy and perseverance hu will have Hie mill running again within thirty days, and ho prepared to fill all orders. As to the origin of the tire, U Is impossible to Account for it, as it seemed to break out all over the roof simul taneously, (which was some fifty feet in length), aud nil fell lu ut one lime. Mr. Gra ham, with nil the prudence und euro a man could exercise, had his men thoroughly water out the fire ut six o'clock, and at nine oclock ho examined ull around tho mill to bo doubly sure that all was safe. By many il is supposed to ho the dark midnight work of an Incendiary, but Mr. Graham Is unwilling In believe, thul this is thu cuse, as he has nut a known enemy in tho world, and cauuot believe that any per son, without cause or provocation, could bo found so low aud depraved, as to commit such K. K. Dr. Eamkb li'is returned from his attendance upon tho Philadelphia Convention, und a subsequent jaunt to the scenes of his early life at the oust, und is again ready for attention to business. Tub Closing Exercises or tho Spring Term of tho Klngsvlllo Academy was a pleasant success, and it added to tho credit or teacher and pupil, und to tho happiness of all. Prof. ISknti.ky Is to remain ns Principal. If you desire rosy cheeks, und complexion fair nud freo from Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions, purify your blood by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Il has no equal for this purpose. This Is no intoxicating beverage or doctored liquor, to lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,- hut it strictly medical preparation made from roots und herbs, suitable to any age or condition. As a family remedy, Sim mons' Liver regulator Is pronounced un unex ceptional medicine. Tho Cleveland Herald' Ashtabula corres pondent wroto that paper (hero wvre 100 cases on the Doeket for second trlul at Ibis term of Court ; on the 11th he sends a 'correction, aud says ho should have said UOO. If ho will refer to a copy of the Sentinel for Juno 0th, he will tlud the number plululy prluted and il Is Just ten! Sentinel. Lead vs. Ociirk. The buildings of tbo Catholic glebe are undergoing a change of color, very much, wo think, for the better. After all tho straining after effect In the uso of sober, odd and sometimes villainous colors for village houses, nothing has been found so neat and beautiful as plain white. No house, in tho country, certainly, unless It bo that of some boor, should be without shade trees, a few shrttbiraiid a nicely shorn lawn, all or a living green, for' which nothing hut white forms a titling coulrast aud accompaniment The care and tusto shown about the grounds In question, and tho growth and size of tho well selected and located trees, cull lor the change now making, and urgo the adoption or tho Improvement and the tasteful mingling of white and green. Tna Fourth at Jkkkeuson is to o an af fair worthy of allentlon. The scale of ar rangements Is worthy of the capital corpora, lion and peoplo. Our Fire Department have, we understand, accepted iuvitations to be on band, anl Ihe authorities aro revolving the propriety of permitting tho machines to leave, In tho race or ao ordinance. In case or a fire, the absence of both men aud machines might be calamitous. Dexter. Ricaten. At the Mystic Park Races, Boston, on the I7th Inst., OMmitA Maid In a contest with Lucy, mllo beats three In five to harness, made one heat In 2:161. which beats Perttr his best time being 9:17J, 1 he first beat was 8:31, aud tbe third 8:10 "The Btroiifircst nroneusitv in a wn. man's nature." sava a careful atuili.nt. the sex, "is to want to know what is en- ing ou ami toe next is to boss ttio job." A Chines doctor, named Ah-Tshew, is attracting considerable attention in San Francisco. Iris practice, in spile ol , ia net ie De sneeiea at. There are sixteen post-mistresses in i eniiay ivanut, wwh salaries ranging jrorn sn.uuu io ea.&oo. pretty good wages for. that labor of love baqdliuu .la.. , lev moire. Where once tbe prairio was trackless, save for tbe Indian trail, it now bears tracks of T-rnilj which shows what a difference a little daah will make. MARRIED. Id Auatlnharsv Jnna lflih, by Hoy. J. B. tlatnmend, Mr. W. K. MAMNaiiAa aud MU Matilda Alszandxii, both of Trumbull. DIED. Annnnncnienla rrceiCoinmundalorT NottcM. half rati June 7th. at hla rcaldoace In Madleon, Uekrt R Fbibbik, aged ST rears. In Jrfforson, on Friday, Jnna 14th, Ida Allik, vrlra of O. M. Multby. a.-d M yuara. In WUI!mfleld, June 8, of consumption, AuiaT D. Rkbi, in Ihe i?th yiar of his ac. Ashtabula Market June 21, 1872. Dealers pay tio following J'ncea. Wkiat Nol, Whtto ft as Bo No. 1 Ited i 71 Cons Shelled M do In th car rj Oats , '. 88 Prrran 10 to IT C'iieksi ll Dried Apples t Lahu ft Kacis 14 Potato k to 115 I'Loca Selling Prices Con Meal per ton Sd 00 Chopped Feed Corn and oats.... '. ' SS 00 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TilOS. II. HOPKINS, Vocal nnrl Instrvmkxial Music Teacher, Orand Hirer InMltnte. Aullnhurir. o. Will devote a portion of his rmn time to Tuning Flauoa and irivtnK lepeuna elewheru. Anliiibiugli. U June XU, IST'J. 1172 If "VTOT1CIC is hereby eiven, that the 1I- -Ll lon-lnp; resolution was adopted by the Council of the Incorponitcd Village of AHttahula, itune 1 1. Ig7-i : "Itttotcttt, That thu Ordinance pucfl Jiily 13. lHit), prohil.llini; does runnltif; nt large without heln; ccuru ly muzzled, hti luiiorcutl from July lit to October l?t. and Hint the Mindm! I hmtructi'd to kill aud diiMxme of nil 1" found running at lurjjo contrary to the pre vliou of said Crdliiuucv. n t Attest : A. II. TYLER, Clerk. llEPOIlToftho condition of the Farm ers' Nittlnnal Dunk ofAshUibula, at the closoofbnslucas June Hull, Ib'i. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $151. 124 01 Over Drafts. 4 sia wr l' S. llonds to sucure Circulution lCu.miu IK) U. S. llomh" held by thin Bunk, v;.u lio Othor Slocks nud Bonds 1.1. TO (.0 Due from Redeeming Acnt tn N. Y 2(1 One fiom oihttr Nnilouul Hituk- 6-HtU 17 Hue from State Hanking Apsutiatlous 1,772 41 Dunking OUlce t,b.HJ Furniture 1,170 4.000 00 Expenses HI 3 K Cash Items 61 00 National Hank Notes, l.lttl 00 Fractional, ttinmpa, &c 2,104 7-1 Leual Tender -Nou-r, ll.OOU 01) Total Assets LIABILITIES. Capital 8trk paid la Surplus Fund Interest und I'rem'ums Circulation, , Iiiitividunl Deposit line to Nat. Hunks Due to olher Hunks . Jit-Mil 43 (lMI.OOO 00 !fj,0&7 2H 1,701 70 M.UUO 00 05,747 8S ' 4,407 till 6.177 0.1 , Total :H4.S19 4S J do solemnly swear liintllie ubuve sutemeut Is true to thu best of my knowledge and belief. A. F. Ill'IihUItn, Cnshlen Sworn-to and subscribed this I'.lih day of June, Mi, before me. ft 1 W'"e" m.v hand and N'otnrinl Peal. l" J KowAiii) II. Fiti-u, Notary Public. ConnECT-Attesl : j.' i aVxkneu. uir,!,:t0- rPE ACII EltS' Examination. There A will be au Examination or Teachers at Jefferson, bnturduy, June tli. Mi. II. U. JOHNSON, B Clerk of Hoard. Shingles ! .Shingles 1 ! T T. KANDALL, nmimtaetiiror ol and dealer In all kinds of Shinplcs, havlnir made arrangements la Mlculuan, is prepared to furnish any amount of 1'tne of other Skintleu. on the shortest notice. Manufactory at Hitchcork'a shop Ashtabula, Ohio, where he will at all tiinea be fooud, readr to attend to all calls lu hla line. Ashlubuln, Sluy 1.1, 1H7M. 1107 9m Grand Opening OF THE Peoples' Store ! NEW FIRM!! New Store, New Goods, New Prices. VlE talco pleasure in announcing to the people of this vicinity, that we have opened a Iari;u and well selected stock ol STAPLE AND FANCY" DUY GOODS, Notlona. Ac. fresh from New York, hnimbi r. pk at the lowest market prices, and wil, he sold for Cash! auuiasn on'y. aii noons as repnannted or money returned. We would respectfully usk a share of vuur Uutrountfe. Ladles, please rill and exnmti.e our lirown and Whacked Cottons, Prints, Stripes, Ticks, Ulnhama, llhiik and Colored Silks. Popllna. Alpacas, Mohairs, Japanese Silk, Yurencines, Thread and Cilfpnru Laces, Lons Hud Square Shawls, Uluvua, Hosiery, Fans, Parasols, &c. We assure rnn ths nrleea will suit. Timi't rnrv h nlace-Pli.4H'I.KV NTOHI2, uext door to M. O. Dlck'a, Ashtabula, Ohio. C. T. 8XEDEKAR, FRED. KAFKA, Late with II. L. Morrison. Ute of New York. Ashtabula. Juno T. I;j7. TO Brick Walks. rPIlE Snbseriber is tnkinn ortlera lor 1- the hying of VILLAGE 81DKVYA1.K8, of fnnr feet In width, or tirlck that are warranted to stand the frosts of winter, at the low rata of 2S CENTS A LINEAL FOOT. Tbla la Ihe aame as the first enat. nf nlank. and no one need be told of tho dllfurouce in their durability and evenness. TIIjII -A.3ST3D BRXOK Kept constantly on hand. GEO. RUSSELL. AthUbnla. Jane S, 1373. 70 Via New Machine Shop. T. HE Umleraianod have entered Into Co-partnership In the Machinery Business, and have opened their bhop In Ihe South Room of Phoenix Foundry, Where Ihey will he olosard to receive calls from all each as way wish for work tn their line. Thev are hnth evnArieneiut Marhlnlat. and have In Ihe employ of the velebruted Uooinor Bridfre Works of Chicago for a number of yean. The? will do their wora promptly and lo tn entire satisfaction or their luiirous. They are competent to build or repair any ihlnslu the form of an tnirlne. Pleas trite them call 1170 BANDKIWON 4s VVIKK. Ashubnla, June t, 18TO. New Store Neio Goods I AND HMoxrv Firm ! IN the New Brick Block of R. F. Moore, on ths west aid of Mala Street, nearly oppo4l th real nce of Henry Kaeseii. aud on door North of Doctor U. o. Tan Norman's Odlce, asay b found U Ira of MOORE & BR0. With eemplet duck of OltOCSIUES, D0JUS1IC JXT GOODS f 5., to., consisting of Urgev variety ol arti cles anchas la uiiullay kept in Brl class sloreof this klusl. All of which w otfer I th public at th lowssl poMlbl rale for CASH, OR HKADV FA V. i W only ask a aall, fulunf aard that bob will go way without parchaslnr. MOORK es BKO N. K. All kind of Frodae taken In sicbnoy far good. Ttf Haskell's Column. Bargains, Bargains. D. AV. HASKELL Offer unusual attraction! In bit Immens Block of Spring 5s Summer Goods, At hi Store, comer Hals and Spring Stneta. Small rroflt, One Price System. 1 am receiving daily DESIRARLE AND SEASONABLE GOODS and ask an inspection of Stock, lidloving I can please iu Quullty and Price. LOOK AT Dress Linens, Plain and Stripes, JAPANESE SILKS, Japanese Cloths & Robes, WHITE PIQUES, Card aud Slripra, Silk Lustres, Black Silks, BLACK ALPACAS, Ttry full and Cheap, POPLINB, PRINTS, &c, Ac, &c. "White G-oods. This department is Complete with desirable poods. SHAWLS ! I aell good Wool Shawl for f-.r.SO, said to be th best goods In ton-n for the money. Ottoman Shawls. Don't fall lo see these goods. The 8 and $1 qualities re senium rapidly. GLOVES AND HOSIERY. A very Complete Stock, at niach lower price than list season. Parasols and Umbrellas. TO SEE IS TO BUT. lllbbons. Collars and Cuffst TRIMMINGS, HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, BALMORAL SKIRTU, Yankee Notions. Go to Haskell's for Carpets & Oil Cloths. Go to Haskell's for Crockery. Crockery. ft EM CUBES MT MOTTO IS, XOT TO BE UNDERSOLD ! 1 AM SILLING DOMESTICS AT OLD PRICES. 3c. 3c. 3c. 3c. 3c r : WILL DY A GOOD SPOOL OF . MACHINE THREAD 1 WARRANTED 800 YARDS. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE. D. W, Haskell. May, I DRY GOODS! E. H. GILKEY, Da )st opened a w lot of lb Celebrated Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves. la Spring color and black. Doobl and slngl button EVtRY PAIR WARRANTED. Also, tbo Jsqnllln Corset, Brimble's QloT-lttlng Coret, iloop Skirt and Hustles. . PARASOLS IN THE NEW STYLES BLACK SILKS Cheney Bro.'i American and Lyon's Silk All qualities BLACK AND WniTE STRIPE TAFFETA SILKS. JAPPANESE SILKS, IX STRIPES & FANCY PATTERNS. A rariety of Dress Good, In Plaid; Stripe and Plain JSUturt. PURE MOHAIR IN COLORS, VERY DESIRABLE FOR SUITS. GUIPURE LACES. Ileal and Imitation Laces. Hamburg Edgings. hoistitoin- band. WHITE CORD AND STRIPE PIQUES. CORDED NAINSOOK. t5 PIECES WniTE VICTORIA LAWNS. 8 4 BLACK GRENADINES. SILK STRIPE GRENADINES IN COLORS. PATENT LINING FOR GRENADINES. Black. Whit, and Drab Crinolines. Hottlngham Laces, Window Shades and llollsud Fixtures. Cord, Tassels, tie. 11-4 White Counterpanes. Whita Qullta, rj cheap. Table Linens and Napkins VERY CHEAP. Craha, Back and Tlaoiosk Towels. Roll Poplin, all blik u4 Wool, at $1 X. The Stock of Domestics XB 3BT7XjX. TICKS, DENIMS, ' COTTONADES, , STRIPES, " checks, -..- 8-4 PILLOW CASE COTTONS, 0-4 SIIEETINGst&o., An of ueh win b oid at Vbbt ClOII rBICKfarCAH. E. II. GILKEY. AfMaVat. May Is, 1ST. ' U4 SHERWOOD MOWER. Geo. E. Nrtti.rton, Ageut. rpiIIS is n now cii(1iilnif for pulilio 1 furor, msnnfaetnred by the RKMlHOTON AORI CULTURAL WOHKH. ll.lon. Hsnm.KH Co., N. Y. It Is undemloiid. that In inlruriticliiir anr ne ma chine. It merlla have flrsi to be nnderstood and tb- llshed. No one, therefore, 1 eipectrd or asked to nur till Machine beror It ha bee. thmmohly Itittd bf himself. Any person willing to innke sm-n test, will bo furnished with a machine fur trial, which he may kra '. or return, ne if shall please him. liter, wf sold soma 400 of llit-in last year, which kvo entire satisfaction. At a Btste trial with many of Ih. best mower nf th. day. In Minnesota, July last, It wa awarded th 0OlJ MitlML. fee alar Featurra or lUa Bh.rr1 ' fflotver. 1. Th frame 1 made entirely of Iron, end lo ono-a piece, thus preventing warptns; and sprlnelnir. whll. the (lenrlntr la ao ecuruly boaeU a lo keop ft Irua from dust and dirt. t. Th Shafllnn la all firmly hrtd by th. Frame, eoneeqnently must slwny woei In lln. with ejiut frkllon m the bearlnirs, nn II the Machine fa orn out. 8. The Michln is arcitrately hnlancnd npon lh Driving Wheels, so that the horse' nock an entirely relieved from heavy weight. 4. The device for lowerfntt and raising the Cntter bar is very simple and effective; also that for ehaneln the aiiuie of the cutting apparntns, the driver belua; able tn effect these cnan:?ta almiMt Instnntlv. ft. Pour Dolts only are n-qalred for ttns Cover, Cnya, Si-st, Shafting, Gearing nnd Krainn. 6. The seal of the driver answer a double pnrpo. s a Tool hox and Seat combined. 7. Tho Hearing of the Miikhwood Mownn I. changed by means of lever worked by the f.iot of the driver, thus leaving his hsnds free. 8. Kor simplicity of constrtteltotv which ensure . strength nnd (Inrnhillly ; for ense of draft and manage ment; for heiuuy of model, and chenpness. the Biibh. woou Mowan is offered to the public as one amiraled. GEO. E. NETTLETON, Aueiit. Ashtnbnla, Jnne 5. 1871. 70 Cay ucra Chief. FL. IiRANCir. of Snyl.rook, well' known as the A (rent for !l1 excellent and norm lar COllf HHED HliAPIUt AND DIOWKH. being desirous of giving up hi agency, would giv. . notice to fanner In this vtclnitv In want or sncn Machines, that he will dlpose of Wa efock on hand oa Iho Mail FatoraOtt Halt'. lie will make it fur th. interest of Durchaeere to give him a call, as hta enrage- ments r.-qiilru tbeir Immediate dispo), and qnlllinr vf the business. F. h. BRANL'il. . Hsybrook. Jane 5. 1S7-1. 70-tf . New Goods RECEIVED TniS WEEK AT TVTP & n APT .TST T7'a Twenty Pieces Victoria Lawn a, t w 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 ami 00 cunts per yarjj SWISS MUSLINS, BISHOP LAWNS, DItESS LINENS. OTTOMAN SlI AWLS, WHITE SHIRTS, 8TUIPE CIIAMBRAYS. We are oflVring Great Bargains in Marsailles Sjreads AND LINEN NAPKINS! Black Aluaeas at lust Full I'ricoi. Great eduction in Prices of PARASOLS, AT ' r TT r I.tIJ A Ml A - T TCf W TM Ashubnla, June IB, 1ST3. I have always noticed that it requires less brains to find l'uiilt with what is being dune, than any other occu pation. That is why so many aro ready to embark in the business. ' ' " 1 BLEACHED COTTONS, FANCY CA8SIXXKB8, LONQ AND SQUARE 8IIAWLS. . OTTOMAN REVERSIBLE, ronttl, PERCALES. PIQUES, JAPANESE S1L5S, LINENS, LAWlta, LACES. CURTAINS, BRUSSELS, S PLT, . INOHAIW. AND HEMP CARPETS. EDGINGS, EMBROIDERY, COLLARS, CCFTS, DRESS BUTTONS AND TRIMMINGS. TICKINGS, DENIMS, CHECES, CORSETS, HOSIERY, . . GLOVES, PARASOLJ, SUMMER SUTTlNCi, Alao a full line or Ladles LACE, CONGRESS and BUTTON GAITERS Walking Sliocs, Bllppcr., Cbildreni' and Misses' Gulteri, 'Mens' Calt Bliors & Boots, Ladies' Goat, Calf and Morocco Lace Boots, r ' ' Travellut BttskeU.Hatcbt U, Umbrellaa, Uotloa Yarn, Butting, Table Linen, NAPKINS, TOWELS, kc In fact all goods usually found io a first elaat store can be bougbt very cbeap lurcaah, at 7r. l. mormsox!. AahUbala, O., April as, 18T1 EVERY DAY I ant receiving and opaulag new and dotmbl. mt. bought with caut. il. a MOilaUaOjl. nAMILTOV A BRAY'S 6amla Corsets Ui. bet la towa for th mrv, at MOEWbONS. WALL'PAPER A saw stock Just received a KORISO!rS.V A FULL LINE OF Crockery and Tsbl Cntlerr at JtORRISOW.