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ASHTABULA. . HtO. Saturday Morning, July 6,' 1872. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President 1 I ro 8. Grant. Tot. Vic President Henry .Wilson, ' REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of Stale A, T. Wfkll ForSupnim Jndiso John Welch. For Board of PuhllcjWork-)... K..orier. fcSTAJury having 'jeeo. at length made up la the Siokcs murder oe, Hie trial of that In dividual Is proceeding, aud aom interest elic ited. ' tfTflio Empiens Eugenie It 111. nnd It U tliou'ld she" will have to utidcriro a surcicul oDeraiion suih naxtiil iermnncutly disilum hec fuAX GFTue Toctlpts of Barnum'S show tit Co txnubus, on Fildiy last, were nbout ? 12,000 for three purrornuncs. tSTTue Nov York S n:Ue, on Turslay last, votf'd tho ruiiovtil of Judge llcCiniu, by a unanimous- vole. tST'A.mt'Hliijz, of tho lumber majiufhcrnrcrs of the Sughmw Vitlley was Imld lit lUy City oik,. Tuesday lust to consult rcgnriUng the pending strike of tho woikmeu. Alter a full discussion, It was unanimously resolved Unit Hie mill owners will not bubmit to nny reduc tion of the hours of labor nor nny Increase of asp Hint they will stand by Hie resolu tion, even if lucy have to slop the mills. A majority of. Uio mill will undoubtedly he shut down. Ta fcsTKHNAL HEVKSUE HliVUIPTS Of till Congressional District for the year cliiaing with June, 1372, are a, follows: Aatilrtbulii County.., $ a.I!.e0 It Mabonins aj.Stt 17 't'ruinbuli, ... 20,S70 2.1 Portage, , . 7,WJ 7t) Geauga lii Total,. .f 72,201 37 GtttbM.EY AND Tllli Gol.DF.N A0I3 Tlt.TOX lias entered the Held for Greeley,' and the . fr'rflifett Aye gives out its nolo of wurninj;, Unit fits support is to be. a ''nm;inn"' one. Cam paign documents from the rtfUc; of thn Aye nnd the pcu of the e.litor, so formidable and pretentions with such an air of confident us- umption, that something Is now to be done, that one cannot but enillo as he glances 'ul them, and estimates the credulity nud folly that stimulates so much assurance, und the prodigality of s.i much physical energy. Til Uiu, like Greeley, has ability, hot like hlui, is sadly deficient lu balance aud common sense. The dcsperutencss of a ennse Li no bnpediuient to its hearty espousal. Tho old stagers asso ciated with Greeley in tho iiiatigur'.lion of the liberal movement were enabled to estimate its propnblu fate from the i.luiufr. of the couven tiou, aud adroitly put the honors of the nom ination, which nothing could have induced them to bear, upon Ihu j;oiid nalor.cd nud lie. ronimodutitig back of Greeley ,.niul notwith standing tho liberal cause hui become more, dediwrale each week since tho adjournment we find Tiltou with a blindness w hich Iris no parallel, but la hi Inverness, espousing the lost causo and attempting to galvanize it Into life,- Ono would think ihat one who embraces on shjh. so many chimeras, would profit some what, alter a while, by experience, nnd be taught a lesson of caution. But such is nut niton'a way. Since his left the Independent, where a decent respect for a siipiilor kept his head tolerably levl, he has been rather aeJu lousTy chasing jack-o-lantrrns, reckless, as i' vould axeiuol' the effect upon his poHltiou and power hi Hie w oil d. lie, has shown him aclf S3 much of a luilr-bralncd enthusiast that lie lias already settled considerably hi low tho level1 of reputation villi which he left tho edi torial chair or Ihu Jadcpeiuhnt, At that time, he was looked upon ns u vising man ; now, ns one who compromises hlinsell at alio lit every new departure. This Greeley question, with Us Inevitable failure, will probably put him ef fectually upon his latter cud. With no locon bidurikblCr iiMidilluation, iu his case we may close with the quotation that with the talents of an angel, a man may be a fool. Greeley, while Identified with tho Tribune, was a pow er that com iiaudod respect. N nv he is cast aside as no longer of any account. So with Tiltoti. lie has been tl'iunderinj nbout with tho Woodhulls, gleadily uuninoriiijr, himself from every priuclplu Barred nnd revered in hi better days, nnd dropping from his standard until now hu Is taken with Greeleylsm, with "Which, probably, his- bobbin will bo about srsuud up, nn I ho w ill bu ready llko bis pa Uon, liJ i'iiIiiiIiiiiIl1 and retire. "fu-i! Government has recently sddlwoof the h.iti'Wu't r-'VdU'.in cult.Ts built b.U a short lime since- for the lake serviiv. The John Stena t.t wu 'iU at Clev ;l.n 1. lit action, a few day Bjjo, lor uearly half her value, while the JuAa A, JiU, was sold in tho same way at JMroU, briuins b it iJ,H'J. It U evidently tho lutenllou of the Uovernmeut to do away w lilt tlto Krcttl np iue of the revenue service of our lu'.ornal water. What l Intended to be dono, further than tho general Idea of eoon limy by IohbciiIih the umuhi r of vessels in the kervlce, U not known. This movement, how rver, so fur ns lis (lesion U seen, U ouo worthy Xf an cconomioul aduiiniktralliui. Letter From Ben Wade. Ttm C.ll.wlnir letter from n-Brantor YVndo was aiUlreascd to the C'oinmilti o of Arianjtu-. mtnla oftlio Giant nail WlUou latiiiciiiioii meeting In Washington. WASHINGTON, JUNE 24, 1872. William A. Cook, Joiq , nd Geutlemeu the Committee of ArruiiffCineuU i I very much t egret that I "hall W obliged to leave the city loi'ore your lati iictUion meeting takes place, nnd there . fore must decline your kind ami compli mentary imitation. It would Jiavo af forded, tue great pleasure U hav) been present to testify in person to I ho true aud intelligent IU publicans of Wa.liLng toit my unwavering devotion to tun principles of tho Republican party, and U.drrJro. huw heartily I approve the no tion of theirgrwilConveutioii at l'hiladel yhia. We do not expect the Duiooratie party, or the rooro Hellish, disappointed bangvM-ou of. I lie Republican party approve th action of that Convention. Jti as natural. Lr that paj ty to hate Itetterul Grant as it is for nil true Repub licans to bouor aud a J mire Lim, aud why ahoulJ not that party hate liim abovo a WK.n, yea, aud car liim, too ?. Did. not the Republican party, under his leailer- ihin in tho field, meet, overthrow- aud mtrtv LalaoT that art )arty organization with ih ooJy. priweipfe it ever had that is, to lord it over and trample down the weak and tlut-opprussud, aud to extend the curso of. human blatery over the entire continent, aud lima l erect an fcdious oligarchy on the. ruins Cur freo andtgloriouaji public?, N-i wondur. they bate the nan and tbo nartv . through whom-, their, nclarioua IiopJaVere rubed... Tbe civil Adnata beneficial and (ntcoewfnl as his military career was fflicicn ami decisive. W'Irii was tbo oountry more prosreveus in cvorj iWpartmeia than now I Look at the induction of U'le ta.vea and jiuplio dit nt the camo tihie, and then tell hip, grumbler, of. what you hnve to coinplaiu. WiiBim m .lie man since Wasliington w lio bna rendered "renter or better fcrvico to tho Heptiblio lhaa General Grunt? Name liim if ho is to be found, and 1 will help to make him President, lint it no fmcli man is to bo found, then 1 am for Gi ant against tho world. As to the scuoud man on tlio ticket, Henry "Wilson, hu jg w ell Known to us all., lie is ail oM Foldidor iu tho cause of lli'publicanisni. Ho nerved it fiiitli- itilly ami tHioienlK from us organisation. He is l!ie very iticiu nation of. the uenitis of Aimiicii. In no oilier til uuder heaven could such a plant take root and Uomili. Born and nurtured in poveitv. ..I.. .: i i . !. .- . . ' ouseiliuy mill lil'SUl III Mill, lXHTICIK'lll" in Ina own person nil the Lur-Jsliips and liivraions incident to such a condition, lie known well how to Kyinpsithizo with tho laboring portion ot the people, nud to his eternal honor be it said that in tho days of his prosperity he has never fur u moment foi'ifoiieii his associates in poverty or censed to labor for their el evation and proyperity. When we reflect upon what the Repub lican party has accomplished since Us organu.it ion we may. well bo proud. No other body of men within tho range of history has done so mijch to advance to welluiu of mankind, to establish the great principles of justice, liberty aud eipinlily. "Yet their mission is by no nieaii! accomplished. There arc many important government ipiestioiis yet to ho settled, :ilid no other so competent to the task. To doubt tho sucess of filch a party, when pitted against the broken cohorts of the old slavery party, is an insult to the intelligence uud virtue of tho American people. When a great political parly has be come -so coiicpicuoiislv depraved that they feel therti in no hope of reform, suicide may, perhaps, iu such a euse be a virtue, and such seems to bo the cotxli lion ol the Democratic party at this lime. Hy adoiitiu ' Mr. Gieelev as tbeir standard bearer they dclibol ally admit (it they are hones') that tho poorest, week est, most vacillating and unci Wain Re publican is an improvement on anything to be found iu their own party. But let us stand by our own noble candidate as faithfully as they have stood by the prin ciples of Republicanism, and ur triumph B. F. WADE. It is intimated that th stockholders will make a change iu the cditorul man agement of the New Yolk Tribune, and that, iu that event, "Schuyler Collax will bo-thu coming man. The position of editor if the Tribune, restored to its old legitimate track, as it must be or die, is a more important one than that of Vice Prtsidcul of the L'uiled State. Three Good Reasonos. There are three jiromiiieut reasons for believing that Gen. Grant will be reelect ed this i all by a larger uiajorly than in lb' 08. First, tho business men of the country, who cue more about the stability of the Government and their two financial prosperity than they do about tho man who may bu elected l'resident, will not favor a change in the administration which has given them thrco years of unexampled prosprily. iSecond, Gen. Grat.t is a military chief lain of world-renowned celebrity ; and thousands ot men will vote for him be cause lie, has not only led our armies to victory in a holy cause, but has shown himself equally able to guide the civil affairs ot ihu nation in a safe and pros perous channel. Third, his chief opponent is Horace Greeley, whose fickle-miiidedness it sus ceptibility to seduction is acktiowledgi d to be his leading trait ; nud the people are unwilling to trust the affairs of the nation iu tloi hands ot one so certain to overturn the present w ell established business relations of the country. there ure ntimeroits other reasons thnt might be given, but the sequel will show lll.it thesu three will cover siiflleiciU ground. Grant is more popular with the mass of the people to-day, than before he showed his ability to conduct civil as w ell as military nll.iirs with firmness and success. Jiriit Democrat. LETTERS FROM ABROAD. NAPLES, ITALY, April 1872. of to J Such a drive ns we have had this iil'teinoon lu vir was equalled lu 'my little experience, lively drives by pretty lakes, tapid, rocky livers, or through Icililu country 1 have had in America up the sleep passfs of Ruxon Switzerland, ot ulon;; grand nvcmies and tlirouh parks hut never the Hay of Xaplri has enlivened thu scene before. For miles nlon tho coast there w as the blue water, with the panorama of Its muroiuidiiiKS constantly chanjjliia before us. Kapha spreads for miles ulona the shore, Vesuvius ou" to our left, Ca pri to the s mill, standing sih ut and lonely in the misty distance- now we are farther around the curve, more to the west, and thu remain der of the cily that Is built alonj. Hie seunnd concave curve Is entirely visible i San Martina rises up on the peuk that separates the two parts; wo can see farther around Visuvius, acuity to thu place w here l'limpcti lies. W leave thu shore gradually by an nseendlni; road till we pas "Villa Caprice" and wind down (he LIU njjnln on the othersldo of the point of land. - llcie Is au Maud with a iirison on us uiuuuii, nun uear to I lie shore a wee spot ol ground Just hir.'e enough to hold convent. 8ail-boats, row-boats nnd ships are gliding over thu water t we drive along the coisl further on aud pass a nuiuiifaciury, dl recti In front of whU-li men are loading bouts with kljs of petroleum, apparently there, bidding a'lleu to the Kiy. our rapid pony tikUes us at a 'hilling pecu along a ehutmlng road Hint extends as far as we can see in straight Hue, lined with plane trees, half cloth td lu ftvMi green foliage'; stone plues.or "Jan luuluins," ru ulso very fr.'queut here a tluu contrast In their ihirk, tombr leaves. Now in toUr a grotto of hall's uilNi lu length UUed with ens, through which the brette rusUua so fiercely that an extia shawl ia great toiuforl, even oa this warm day. V! gil e tomb JUts nt UiS egress, but wo have no lime to see M t- ur coaebuisn rushes as Tara-O 6hautr himself, for if we take hlui on a bargain he does not care to- spend mors than two boo, so lie keeps his whip crack ing, and his horse oa a steady trot, rua or gal lop and 'at four o'clock we are back, by- lusk lug a short cuU. Tbe Easteru carve of the city Jls Inhabited by. the Neapolitan them selves; the quay is called fcSanU I.ucl aud the western quay, only tujoken of as the "Chi ja" (qtisy), Is the fliujst parkof Ike city. It a beautiful broad street, ana lying before the Vftkr are the public gaMeus," Wearltta trees nnd shnutw, statues, restaurant, and rubor. The dy was -too tine to spend In a hotel, So oft we drove, or Meed, tealn to the Cainno Santl, nround the custom part of thu bay. The roads are remarkably hard uud good here In thu suburbs, and the city pavements nro hko those of Florence, Urgn and flat. The ceme tery nt tho end of thu drive, wns well worth n visit. Tho garden at the entrance wns one mas of fragrant roses ; a large square back of this Is surrounded, by one hundred chapels for thu dead, In thu rear of a chapel of some Fraternity a house ns large ns a church. A flight of steps leuds to the open part of the grounds, wheiH! largo chapels nvu Matured about, some of which for private families can contain as many ns sixty remains. In the midst of all this is the old cemetery, where tin re are only three hundred and sixty-six graves, one of which is opened every day of the year, and all the poor that have died du riug tlui day are thrown Uilo the pit. On our drive thither we see more of l.w llnliar. lit than heretofore ; such dirt, filth, rags and lazi ness no Northern Countries could endure, but here one censes to bu deeply aifecti d by p'ily for these poor creatures because of their nbso lute ludolunc.!. They do nit seem to feil their apparent wielchedness ; beggary there is no end to, und to have a deformed child, I really believe, Is considered a blessing to help Bupport the family. All the common people live out of doors these sunny days, w ith their vegetables or goixls for sale ubiiut them, or en linked with their various occupations, if not begging; but all seem to spend more time resting, lying down in Hie street to broil in the sun, or sloping tog am at passers by. UnrrrntoOU ! of all lovely, romantic places, of delicious breezes and sweet odors, of glo rious views, nnd In short, of till places for bod ily uud spiritual enjoyment, here we are at the best and Just us I write these words a party of English people about me nre speak ing of "Agnes of Sorrento," uud. one startles me by thu quiet remark "The author is dead, I hear." This casts a gloom over the joyous picture, but thera is no American to shed n sympathizing tear with me. (This was gener ally believed ill E.irnpo for a lime after thu accident met by .Mrs. Stowe last whiter.) After luavinir thu train at Castellamare, nn hour's ride from Naples towards Pompeii, hut nearer the sea a little farther to the south, we look a carriage lor a ten miles drive to Sor rento, and oh t such scenery t ludeed, it Is said to be one of the Duest drives in the world. Do you weary of my glorying lu the mountains uud descrlldiig them so olten ? I cannot help It I I must write so us to help my self in trying nemr to forget this afierimou. From Cuslillamare we follow the winding road ulong the shore of (lie 11 ly, ul first close to the water at the foot of steep cliffs some hundreds of feet high, thi n madually rise to the level of '.bete. Hull' way up wo enter n deepgoige, across which Is throw a a pictur esque bridge j just niter crossing It, climbing the hill again that brings us back to the sea, w e lurned and looked back at the beautiful val ley. "There 1" 1 exclaim, "is the picture 1 would like to possess painted to be ever with nie, ns 1 cannol have this original again." The range of mountains were all aglow In the sunset light. Hie bare rocks a crimson hue, lower down the forests show fine contrast iu the various similes of green; here nnd there a collection of w hite cottages is seen, a church rises up on higher ground, before us Is the blue sen, beyond, Vesuvius, its smoke changed in tho rosy light, to Hie nirtl tbu hills of Na ples In their purple mantle, and yel crimson, green, blue and purple are so blended that we can hardly tell where each begins. Finishing tho ascent ns we turn to leave the valley, the whole western sky Is one bhijtc of light ; so we drlvo Joyously on, discovering new beau ties nil thu way. At Inst Sorrento Is readied, the last of many villages nn the ivny, nnd here n good table d'hote refreshes us, nnd I lenve M. H. T. Truth in a Small Compass. Upon General Grunt's nrression to the Presidency a prent number of those who had supported his election, with some who had not, sni'shl oflic- nt his hands, he expected him to letov it un asked. He w as unable to gratify their iispraiioiiH. Tlii'irlatmmtarioiiH, mingled with the howls of tho iTisMiiteiI, made up a very doleful disoiiniuv, whereof the only moaning di'ducihlo runs thus ; Gen Grant is found wanting his ad ministration's a failure" " Failure?" how? in what? Have w-enot peace nnd plenty in the land? Is not our flag displayed and respected on every sea? What foreign foe molests or threaten us ? Who fears insurrection at home, or invasion from abroad? Yes ; Gen, Grant has failed to gratify some eager aspirations' and has thereby incurred some intenso hatreds. These do not fail ; and his administration will prove at lcatt equally vital. We shall bear lamentation utter lawientation over his failures from those whose wish is father to the thrni;ht ; but tho American peoplo let them puss unheeded. Their strong arm bore htm triumphantly throngh the war into tho White House, and they still uphold and sustain him; they never will. j ne aoove very sciimoio remarks are from tho pen of Horace Greeley, and were published not, so very long ago in tho Tribune. They are not a whit less true to-day than when tliey were written, although Greeley himsclt now. ranks as au " office-seeker." a if Is Corsrii, met Monday evening. Present- Mayor King, Cl rli end full Itonrd of Conn clhncn. Minutes ot preceding meeting read and approved. On ncommcndatlon of M ir shal Thorpe, Willucd IlaaiUll was sworn la as Deputy. Moved Thnt permission be granted to take Protection engine sad Alert trucks and ladders to Jefferson on the 4th. Passed. iloyoil To authorise Purk Comnvlttee to suptdy North Purk wllk sent. Fussed. C'onnnittea on roads reported tbcm lu good ennclrloii, The apiroao- to tho ihUrood ttoasrng en North Itidgo, fronv the North, hardly, wo think, can kens this commendation. Moved That two new cisterns be eon strti'cteii. xot aeeonaeii, but luslvad, U was the lni"ruial oplutoo of Cooticll, thai the dry and leaky ones bo first put In order, and fitted lor llatTuluCad.. The Street Committee presetiteeV bHrtVora sandfy persons for labor and gravel, whioh were passed, airlounlirig fo $57.30. . The petltlnu, with addlUo.nalnames added sluce lis provipus' presentation, was again brought bet'nrethe Uoard, for the appointment of Phillip Kline as night watchman, whluh waa laid upoo the tuhlw until the next regular mrsUtig. Adjourned. tSA eorrespo idon at Naples, nlludlng to the damage done ' by tbe Isle eruption of Vesuvius, relates some curious Inrls concerning Hie fatal eagerness wldi wlileh the pensanta w ho lied from tho burning lava are reluming again to their vineyards sad olive orchards, almost ns though nothing Lad happened. ' Thk Uolleur of Ntw Jkiiskt. The College of New Jersey has just hold its 125l' aiiiinal Commencement. The oc casion was in many respects a memorable one. It is now four yearssince President Mo Cosh's ad mi 11 ist nation began. The present graduating class entered lk College thettamo year with him, nri is therefore tiro first that has completed its full couise under his auspices. It is also the largest class that kits ever gradu ated from the institution. The occasion has been made lurtlier memorable by two munificent gilt, one if $200,000, from John C. Greou, Espv and one of $-100,000 from Henry G. Marquand,Ksq , bolli of New York City. Ashtabula Market July 6, 1872. pvatcra pay t'ao Colluwlny I'lice. Vt'UKAT-Nol, WlliU! ,. DO No. t Ilud CiN Sliclli'd do Iu tlui car Oats BrTTKS C'KKbK - PniKD Al'PtE) Lard Euos Potatoes F1.0CB Sbiuso Pricks. , Cons Mkal per ton C'iioppsd Ficko Corn nnd ootn.. tl 50 1 40 Cd S3 89 14tol5 9 to 10X 9 IU 14 to as st oo ss oo Ashtabula Market July 6, 1872. LAKE SHORE & M. S. RAIL-ROAD. ERIE DIVISION—TIME TABLE. To take effect Sunday, June 2, 1872. Spucial IS a 3 Toledo Ex. S"S3 S ! Pacific Ex. CI siT A." a st. nt. Exp. i esSS3SS2S"SSS; Acconun. SiO i 91 rS .3 " . -2 o H t Accumm. Snccliil IS- R 2 "Ljjxp.IclS lAllsallcEx s'1' a Dy Exreea S 3 l Cta Express's0 IB. -ft." lrnhni do nirt stop nt Mnttons wlre (lie time is oiultteS in tae anove uiaif!. "3-3 n S I b-c s 1 i I il 5 iS -'&m& l-ll FRANKLIN DIVISION. To take effect Sunday, June 2, 1872. OOINO H'lHT. A. I.TATIONS, 5 S" tofferHon.. . 5 Hi 1 Plymouth. . U ! I AtOitubula,. 8 45 I Clerulan.l, . OOINO r.AST. P. M. 7 SO 1 0 17 15 I 7 10 4 80 4 h erica Paine, lien. Sipt. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TKAYED noon the nremises of the Hucrlher. on the 111th of June. Urlndle Two Vesr Old llvtrer. wlileh I ho owner will pli-nre lili'lillfy, pay rhrpi-ii, and tnkn awy. D. 11. KAltOO. Anhtalmln. Jnly 9, Is?. 71 3t TIIOS. II. HOPKINS, "VoCAL and IxsTitu mental jMi'sjc Tfai'bur, Grand Hirer InrHlotn. AinllBhunr, O. Will derotu a portion or hu vparu lime to Tnlii( I'lano and irivhiu- teciHini elsewhere. ADllulHih, O., Jnuti at), 1873. 117S If Brick Walks. Subscriber is tnkincr orders lor THE -- the Iniliiq nt VIlAGR KIUKWALKS. ul Sjtar FiH-t 111 wlttiu, of brlrk. tltut aru warranted lo slaad the froitla of whiter, at the low rule of 25 CUNTS A LIM: At, FOOT. Thl l the tame an tho first coat, of nlank. and lis one need b told ol' Ihu ditt'eruueo iu lUetr Jurubiltly aud uvennefe. TIIiB nnioK Kept couataally eu hand. GEO. RUSSELT. Achtalitrla. June 5, 1ST'). 70 Sin New lacliine Shop. Fi HE Undersiirnod have entered into Co niii'lni'rhlrt In tho Muchlnerf llmlneia. aud have opened their ttliop lu tho Hoalh llooui of lMux-iilx l'ouudr). WUcre llirr will ho nlmiaed to roculvc call from all neh a. umy u lah for wotk lu Iht-lr line. They aru both rxiiertoni-ed Mnrhlnkat. and have trn In tho uinploy of tlio .elebcutcd Hoomtr Hridfru Workt ofl hlnijio fur a nainlior of year. Tlie will do their woik prom piiy nun lo tue enure kiii it-lurl Inn or their iwirona. 'Ihi-y nro coinpclunt lo hiiild or repair any lhlii!liithe form of on tinjlno. I'li-n-c nlve them a tall Ailiraiiiila, Janr 0, lSTSl. "WORKS. llnlbert C rate, Ft OUXDERS. MACHINISTS. AND Muaafacturciv, No. Si Jacknon St., I'aiueaillle, O. A. I. Tcarhoat, ITIUMvrlcIil V Urifliman. Uanufacturrra of Stationary and Portabl STEAM ENGINES, Tlreular aud I'prlicbt Sw IBllla, MILL MKTS, Multy Saw Ktiitet, Shafting, ruUtyi, C taring, At, te GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.. Teacboai'a Parleirf TURD INK WATER WHEEL. Z.t9XS.t TRIUMPH CORN SIIELLER. RIDER'S PATENT ROAD STEAMER, I'oi Steam Tbreahlne, Blrara Plow tag, Woo4 bawUjf, Ac, DCLBKHT'S PATK5T Doable keaiulua; aud DIIc(Ibs; machtae. CAST1M05OF EVERT KIXB tN IRON AND, BRASS SAllI IU OlIUKK. Jobblua Promptly Alteatded to. PkiM, BraMlnn and Ratlmatea e mi khul mt n J0, i J SimWu. put up and put la operwleai all l he ..., ...fun.,,, lur a br.t caa atui ot any o npttou, aud guarantee our work lu every particular. By mcaua sf apeclal uacUlaety and oahet advaalag xxxibt ouivss worm: AT Title LOWEST PRICES. Palnettllle, 0 April SO, 18?. AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT. lu aoLoaa mizbd After four year experteaa with rhla Paint, w th w.j "vwj w e are prcpaveo to no ALL EINOIorriTM ; aaatnea. andaeanateh. with tlhr Ik "Atusu." raiMt wr uie Deal ol .eail aaa V k Aeblabala, O., Marcs lat, ltna nn tf Haskell's Column. Bargains, Bargains. D. W. HASKELL Offer anaenl MrtlM t M Rnawna Stock of Spring & Summer Goods, At bts Store, corner Maia sad Spring Street. Small Profit, One JPrfce System. I am receiving dally DESIRABLE AND SEASONABLE GOODS sad ask an Inspection of Stock, beTlcring 1 cm please iu Quullly and Price. LOOlt AT Dress Linens, Plain and Stripes, JAPANESE &ILK&, Japanese Cloths & Robes, WHITE PIQUES, Cards anil Stripes, Silk Lustres, Black Silks, BLACK ALPACAS, very full and Cheap, POPLINS, PRINTS, Ac, Ac., Ac. "White O-oods. Tbla irpaitjooat la Complete with deatnhtr ceooa. SHAWLS ! I aell (rood Wool fhawt for S.tjn. aalcl to W the beat coixlii la town fix the nmicy. Ottoman Shawls. Donl fall to aec thrae jtn.wU. The a aad (IS uaVlri: are .elliug rapidly. GLOVES AND HOSIERY. A very tompVle Stuck, at Bach lower artera lhaa I tat aeaauu. Parasols and Umbrellas. tO SKRMTOUL'Y. lllbbons, Collttr and Cuffs, TRIMMING3, HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETSv BALMORAL SKIRTSJ, Yankee Notions. Go to Haskell's for Carpets & Oil Cloths. Go to Haskell's for Crockery, Crockery. XKMRVBXR HI MOTTO 1 XOT TO Ml VXliElSSOLDt I AM SILUMS DOMESTICS . AT OLD PRICES. awaaaaa) 3c. 3c. 3c. 3c 3c. WILL BY A GOOD SPOOL OT MACHINE THREAD 1 WARRANTED 800 YARDS. SO TROUBLE TO S1TOW GOODS. FLUASK CALL AND EXAMINE. D. V. Haskell. .. ,... May . lsn. DRY GOODS! E. H. GILKET, I luat a saw lot ot Dm t'elabrated Josephine Scamlesa Kid Gloves tn Sprla torora and boicfc. Dooblo finale button EVtRY PAIR WARRANTED. Alao, the all!ne Cnrnrt. MriniW' Olor Siting Cweet, U!ikUtaud Uiuile. PARASOLS IN THE NEW STYLES BLACK SILKS. t'heuey Bro.'a Aaaerkan and Lyon' Silke AUatlltk'a BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE TAFFETA SILKS. JAPPANESE SILKS, IN STRirES A FANCY PATTERNS. A variety of Dree Good, ra llaitli. Stripe and Plain Mixture. PURE MOHAIR IN COLORS, VERY DESIRABLE TOR SUITS. GUIPURE LACES. Ileal and Imitation Laces.- Hamburg Edgings. HOisriToisr band. WH1TE CORD AND STRIPE PIQUES. CORDED NAINSOOK. 15 PIECES WHITE VICTORIA LAWNS. 8 4 BLACK GRENADINES. SILK STRIPE GRENADINES IN COLORS. PATENT LINING FOR GRENADINES Rack. While, and Drab CrranDae. Nottlarhem Lacea, n mi'w wnuui auq jiouuiiu a ixiurve, corua, Taeode. Ac. 11-4 Wbltn Counterpaue. W hile quill., ty tawap. Table Linens and Napkins YERY CHEAP. Croak, IT ack a n Daaewk Towela . Roll Ptpliao, all HUH a a Wool, at 1.U. The Stock of Domestics TICKS, DENIMS, COTTONADE9, STRIPES, CHECKS, PILLOW CASE COTTONS, f SHEETINGS, Ae., 6-4 All of which will bo oM at TKHT CLOSB PBICE for CAK.U. E. 1L GILKEY. AahtaWa, May IS, 187. ShiniHeftt Shingles 1 1 WT. RANDALL, niHhticitirr of and denlrr In all klnda of Nhlnvlca. ha.ln madaarraniri-iuiiula Itt Mil liliian, la prrpaiw to furulab. any amount of 1'lna or other Shingle-, on thcahortfiat notice. Mannfnrtory al llluhrock' akns Anhlnbula, tllilo, whera he will at alfe lauuio be fuuuaK realty to a l lend to all roll In bl Hue. Aalibtliul, May In, 1H7S. n 07 Ira SHERWOOD MOWEIt. Geo. E. Nrttlictok, Agent. rpilIS is r iii.'W fniiiliilaip for pnlilia 1 favor. mnniirnrliiTi-d' lir the TIRMINOTON AUUU CI L I I HAI. WOHKS. Iuim. UbhkimkhCo., N. Y, it la ii'iileratoiid. Unit In liitrtxlimlnif any near ma chine Ha nierlla bant arat la be wilralool and ealab llahetl. No oue. thrtefore, 1 eatweti'd r akril to hnr thla MncbJne bi'om It haa iMmn tluirmmkly totted by niniafif. Any peron wllllnn to niiike aura tuit. win n fnrnlh'dwith a ronchlna for trial, whlth he may keep or ri'tnrn. aa It aliall pleaae htm. There were Bold aorno 4(m of tlirin lat ymr. which irnvo entlro aailrracilnn. Al a HtaNi trial Willi intiny of Iho bit twiwpra of tho rtny , In- Mlaueaota, July hut, it wua awarded the OOI. 1 MKOAI,. fecubar rHltm or Iho Rtae-rwood Hlowtra K Ttie frame te made entlri'tv of Iron, and tn on piece, thna preventing wnriitni and aprloitlnir. whllo. Ilia Owirlni; la ao aecurnly boxed aa K keep 11 free from dual and ilirt. S. The Slinftin la all firmly hold by tile Frame, and conacquently miutt alwuy work In liaie. with equal friction on the bi-nrliisa, tin II the Mhchlne ia orn out.. S; The Micliln la acciiraV'fy habuicmt npon Iho-Ti-ivlni? Wheel, ao thnt Hw honea neck are entirely relieved iroon a neaxy weifin. 4. The device for huvirtne and rolflne the Cntlor- bar la very eimple and effectlvi; aao thai for ahanglng- the' anirleef the cutitikir nniiftralna. the driver buluic- abte to effect these chantfoa alnniat Inatantlv. S. Four Bolra only are requlrvd for tha Corer, Cape Seat, Hhaftloir. Oearlnir and Fraioe. o. Tim ami or thoilritntr aners a doubt purpoa aa a Tool box and Went eomhfnetl. T. Tlw Wenrinir of the tHrwooiMowB Uchanred by mean of a b'VHr worked by the tjot of ' the driver thua Waving bla bnnda treo. M. ror annpnciiy or conatrnction, wmcn enanre etrenth nnd clnrnlillity ; for eaae o. draft and manage ment; for heanty of model, and chenpneaa. the Snra-. wood Mowsa l- offered tn the pnhllr aa ona umtvaled iix?i tp vri'Ttmw ...... i Aahtabnla, June B, 1673. TO New Goods RECEIVED THIS WEEK AT TYLER & CARLISLE'S Twenty Ileces Victoria Lawns, at 25, 80, 85, 40, 60 and 00 ceuts per yard SWISS MUSLINS, BISHOP LAWNS, DRESS LINENS-. OTTOMAN SlIiWLS WHITE SHIRTS, STRIPE CIIAMBRAYS. We are o Airing Great Bargains in Marsailles Spreads ! AND LINEN NAPKINS! . ...a- Black Alpacas at last Fall Prices. Great Induction in Price of PARASOLS, AT TYLER Jb CARLISLE'S. Aahtabula, June 15, 1872. HU I have always notittd iliai it requires loss Itrains to find fault wilh wbai s being tlouc, tlmrj nny oilier oecu )vaiioiu That ia why so many are ready to embark in Uio business. BLEACHED COTTONS. FANCY CASSIMKRES, LONG AND SQUARE lUAWLS. OTTOMAN IiEVEJtSIBLE, rOPLINSs. PERCALES. PlftfES, JAPANESE SILKS, LINENS, LAWKK, LACKS. CURTAINS, BRUSSELS, PLY, INGRAIN. AND HEMP CARPETS. KDGINQS, EMBROIDERY, COLLARS, CUFFS. DRESS BCTTONS AND TRIMMINGS, TICKINGS, IRN1.M, CHECKS. CORSETS, IIOSiKHY, GLOVES, PAR.VSOU, SUMMER SUITINGS. Also a full Hue of Ladies' LACE, CONGRESS and BUTTON GAITERS Walking Shoes, Slippers, Cbildn-ns' and Misses' Gaiters, Mens' Call Shoes & Honls, Ladh-s' Goat, Calf aud Morocco Lace Uools, . . Trarclin g Baskets, Salckt-i, UiiibrelUs, CMtoa Yarn, Bsttlnfr, Table Liars). NAi'KLNS, TO WELS, Ac. Ia (act all goods usually found la a first el as store can b bought very cheap for cash, ot II. L. MORIIISOX. AahUbU,QJ.ApfH So, 1871 . EYERY DAY I aat reeelvlBr and oponUg new and dealrable nodav ouht with caiU. U. L. MoltlUbojT IViMILTON 4 BRAY'S Boamlox Coraata the boat la tow Sir Hi aooer. A MORRISON'S. WALL PAPER. A new atock )oat received at MORRISONt. A FULL LINE OF Crockery tad Table Cutlery at MOHRJeOS. .