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A 8 II T ABU LA, OHIO. S&tpraay Morning, July 27, 1872. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Frjr President-t lyeae If. Grant, tor. Ytoe-Prwldent-Ilesir- M'tleoai, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of Bute A . T. r V Hot)'. For Supreme Jurtcc John Welch. Fwr Board of TuMlc Works-H.' H. Porter. Senatorial Elector. 1 i '' i""" I ffipn. Hart, In 'ortuce. Republican Congressional Startling Convention. Veatlou. There wlll.be WotepUa Convention nf the RepnMI. can role-e of the XlXtli tVongrta-lonsI Dtstrlrt of Ohio, rnmpemelnr Hie comities of A'tUnhttla, Lake, Oeaoira. Portage a Trumbull, at (lie City of Warren, an Weilnee! "..J?"1. '' " 11 "v,"rk' til noniiiiiiie a candidate Mcmboi ; of Congress, and alio fur Presl dential Elector r..r Mid District. etMei.of nyitvtcniallno In raid Convention will f one delegate foreign one hundred end fifty votoe east for Gov. Noyce In October. in, B,t ajt additional del -gat. to eaeh To.-n.hlp or Ward having . Bnal ZV- ir 1rSrile!'hr 'ilttf. w1 Pard. Knelt Township nr Ward In the District to ho entitled In at least one k county the following number of Aehtabala. lake Geauga gortaaa trbuii,.,. ; ..,83 HI ...17 , ! 8S : B. Pruning, Triinibnll County, Johk Marako, Portngo o 'V. GHINNIL, ' J. O. Cdxvkbss, Genugx G. IL Fom. . ' Aaho tt ii.rru, L),o (. CUHtKT, ' " Wat. Bahnki,. M'. U. Iiiafuav. Ashtubttla " w . 1'. llon-LANU, Congressional Committee. The raid Delet-ntce .11) bo cboseu In Ashtabula Ci. ? k'SJIj , 8! 'c'"cl on Saturday eveiilliL'. .fill v Jitn. INT4, one hy use It t mii-hlp. wltu. and adtlitimial ?r. 'I "e "'""'It" i Ashtabula, tuiuK-aul, Ueuera, Jetteraon uud klugsviU ... . nnpu. Republican County Convention. JQ? ?cP'lb,,c"B Tn,er nf A.Miibiil.i fnmitv ure re. '.'i,TBt ""n.iml !" of .fine eke. Arum. i!T Jo-ir0011, "W'"''I " SATrnnAT, ITm i? .i -J lu Anni"'l Nominating Convention, to be Riil j ,h.e r""rt """"' '" Jetr.Teon, on Monday, tl.u 2 !L 1 P'.tas"j:i ntJ"' ruimlwite cantlldntcs fur. election 0 ihe oftlcc. of the f.'lerk or the Court tfC'om- liJ ?rlLm"lJ roh" J'li'e, Cuuutv CuuimiMlouer nnd Wi fir aw rr (Hl-ec4or. . iS "'i0" ; thin ConvenHna .III ho ehn.cn on t.t r.?L""tl1ri'K, 'ltJ !' ".r a fraction I,., ', 'iv''n fl""E- .N- for Onvernor. in uctolMT, ion. unci w-ii; apportioned anions the Athubiiln Aaubw-r Aji.tinhnrc liherry Valler Volebrook C'onncaut llcnmark lrut tleneva Harper. fleM Ua rtnjrniva Jcflwriuin Klniravilla fl Monroe B 4 Morran 4 4 New l.yma a a (lrw. ll j Pierpont 0 IMvinoiiih 3 I 'WiatuuHiH t 1 ltotno f V Hay brook 4 i Miclleld t t 1 rum hull 4 7 Waviie a n Wlulamoflcld R l.ebox IM. 9. . ! 1 ' I III 1 1 H Wlndeor n uitp. rr miw i .. .. ...111 i... . . K Suiliuia, " l,alfl"l- Toe Convel.tloo W. P. tli.writ.a, "v t'. 8. KllloM)., , H. A. NoiiTiL At, MT"on. W, P. ilowl.ANU. J JAMES REED, Ashtabula, SAMUEL HAYWARD, W. P. SPENCER, Geneva. County Committee. ITEMS. tpr Utee ley, to a ninn. tWVnn Vrhec9 (root fm Cifn try Itccntmc he hates Iho RfpuliUcitii.pnrly mid not bicuiise lie loves Grtxilcy. WTlie French lmntl hnve hnd their h ave r leDce extended, mid ufler wnkitig Cliicu RO froDi the nslieg tlicy will ;lve cimii rla In Cincinnati, rittslttirh nnd i'lirfadi hthln. tyjosla Manaed, who was at Suroltuja tW Ike 2d to tetll In thu Karad buiwach mcnt trial, wan refused admittance to the Grand Union anil Congress Un. tJTOrceley Is liard at work on an rncyclo. pedla, that will bo published soon. He U cer tainly perseveres, when we think that his literary production will be ll death of hint In t'ib;coniingcm(lai,'n. ISTln rcsponso to nuinerotis empilrles, the rostofflcc Depnrtmenl stulo that the new pos tal Qrds aulhorlzud by CoujiKas at its Inut aesslon, will-not bo issued lur n month yel. They will b a firut couvvuleucu lo busluei,s Uicq.. tarTho World nbuk.es the Tiibuni sharply for pretending to bo uubody's polliietil iran, ny more. It snys very truly tlmt the Tsibune clevotes lis whole strength llio election of Oretley.and that If not u parly, it is cmtiiiily a lrsounl orj;ntu. The dirccloH or the Erlo Ituilwsy have concluded to change the annuo from si. 6-ci Vp four feel nine. Inches. This will be done gradually by placing on n third ruil and usinj; both trucks until the old rolling stock Is worn out. CeTA correpondeul wrilliur to tho Albany Joumul rrtint ludiann, Kays, "You hear terri hla reports about OreeleyiMin in various places; bittgo ttpuu-tho titoiind audit Is like milk sickness just over in the tv-xt county. It nil vanishes us you proceed," tlTSaja t!iu Albany Jourim),. 'Whenever, dtiriiir the war, Hie rebels i maged, to attack Gruul, they began their inarch to,Ue luno of 'Dixie.' They did thti smtu tliliiK at lfeilir inoro. AlXer tho attack liny Invariably re treated without music. Ii will bo so In Xo Yenber." tJTtipme time since Ilnraco Gretley wrote aslollo.ws, "May it be written on my grave that I never was a follower of the Democratic rarty, aid lived and died iu nothing its debt vr." A change seems to havy,. "conic over the plrlt of his dream."- lie seems to be thankful lor small favors from the "D. mocrucy," and larger ones In proportion. IJTTuo humane wll bo BUd to leant that the Cuba Government hme j;lven to tho Chi ce peons on Ui ILtndperniiwtiou to return to their natlv.c land. The Clibiesu have l-eu kept lu Cuba, as lUu Isrut iijc were held in Sgypt, on one pretext and anolher, tiitti) they Veglu to bo regarded as the sJuves of vell!, plsnlera. tlTTho wife of Dan nice lias gone over to the enemy byJolcluK Hackenxtou's opposilion circus, ll'ith circuses were in Ihessme vicinity the other tlay, Illco at Dubu'tiuo aud Iho other at Mcyicgoj, At tle liikiUjuiou or Ihe wile lf i:ic a, parly nr IJackeiikloea covipany made a raid upon the other pnriv. for, awhile there was a scene of riot thai bt (rgars ik-wrip. slonkand would have rnded In the loaa o( Hie Had not the aulhorlth-s or McOrrgor Intotfured nd put a atop, lo.U. Aa It was, broken, boms. Wakened eyes, an J.twuJIfUnAputlnabouuded" (D both sides. fiTTbe time lor. the. election, m Nmth Car t)Hpa. if last approaching, and both sides are ardaj,Q,r)c flgurlug ouUio chances. Tke tote of the Kbiti U) estimated at mImmiI 00.0l0, t which about forty.ft.vo per. cenU la colored. Titer Is no serious iiiesti., oC tjis, fjt that the colored vote will be cast solidly Tor, the. ftHpUrbJIcan candidates, and there is Uils 4'UM thea a,re ntore than enough, while Ilo pujjlicau to, make. up. (be required number for majority.; TU.B wjvuje problem turns on the . point whether a lu u rujrtkjii of. te colored voto oo be fiiglilened, a.wuy fijom the Poll, smdbus leave the wtlU publipao Ir mlavrfty. The Deniocrais count oji thla.a.b dae of Ike c.qipred, vole, and Ague v probft ) majority o(,aVKut 8,Bpo for, th.clr,tli;ke, wblUt the lU'puUUcana. estliusie Uieut, ojvn majoritx at from 7.00Q to 1,000. The election kot.plac4 on the first, of August, and there Is do queslloA of ita Importance as luflpeacing ufe nbr result ta lite ku lb. -. i- T What II. O. knows about Oprtcic-aRRKiita Pomticiars. "Incrediblo as It might seem, the fact la but too apparent, that there are men who aspire to be called Statesmen, whose love of country nnd regard for Justice and truth are subordinate to their desire for political promotion and tho loaves and fishes' of of fice, and who do not scruple, to put in Jeopar dy the Peaco of the World, if they thereby promote their selfish and personal emR" Tribune, March 10, 1846. GnEF.i.KT's Honesty. We are among those who have been the Doolur'e llrmest and stead iest supporters, and ri feature or his charac ter has been more freely admitted and earnest ly defended than bis honestly. Whalcver might bo said about his credulity and conse quent exposure to tho traps or the crafty nnd unscrupulous which he himself has admitted as broadly as any ono aud w hatever charges have been laid at his door or Htilicullsm, Foutierism and Frce-lovcUm, and tho chusing ol Jack-o-lanterns generally, this was a bul wark that could not, wo wor j happy to think, be carried by cannonading or leveled by cal umny. When, therefore, he spoke of hlmscll ns having no hank-rings for olUce, nnd was unwilling tu accept any, we saw In his course of manly support nod defence of Iti-publican principles, a patriotism that was ns pure as it was ardent. Imagine, the ifX-'ct of a perusal or his private letters published in n campaign document upon our table, one especially writ ten to Gov. Seward and bitterly upbraiding lum fr ingratitude nnd neglect In not, during Ids gubernatorial term, bjitowin upon him soino oDlce within his gin, nud allowing his earnest and obsequious aspirations for place both for lis honor and its emolument. Then) too, looking Ironi our- present stand point, in what light is this tliiif.n-ler for. honesty to bit vlcwec", when with such hot nnd indecent haste, with no other ostensible object than amnesty nnd conciliation, he sets oil' to be come ono of the sureties of lliu arclt-rebel, Jeff Davis and loo, his gentleness and sweet. ness to nil rebeldom since, and din ing his me morable tour of lite Houlh AY us his object and tiitu so disinterested free from sinister motive as he would then have Ihe world suppose ? Stnipic-heiii led and Itee from craft as we were then disposed to view him, will any one now doubt the connection of these things with his present position? Are Ihesu facts not sufllcieul to attest Ihe fuel lU.ul itv till bis surface Indications, he litis been currying n lie in his right baud T If this is a true sample of tho honesty of the man, lu one direction, how is litis peiildy to uliVct his character in others! Can it be doubted, that it was hU cool, deliherutti intention to worm himself Into the confidence ol his numerous It publican readers, and after entrenching hiurself lit their respect and admiration, then aeeit-tly It) plot Willi the most shameless and li.l'amous robhers of tho New York treasury, and under the gulso of promoting peace and harmony hi the Fedecul huuscludd, to securo Iho favor of their Southern allies, shows a degree of perlldy that could hardly be beat in the annals of po litical profligacy. We trust that tins honest Iago will find that the numerous Uepubliean leaders of the Tribune ere not to be sold out to democracy at so cheap a rote. Thul Dr. Greeley's duplicity, so far from dragging them after him In his aposlacy, only has the tiled to lend litem to pity ami dispise him, aud his cleverness as a political mountebank and jug- glert4)r whose vaunted honesty they havu inn more respect than for that of Bill Tweed or his liiiltjuiu.entt Mayor Hall. Tub campaign seeins to be upcnlru with some ett'ect, aud Interest. Shur has been tnak Inu a speech in St. Louis, repeating many of the slanders ngtiinst President (Irani, ami muk. lug a new point or two, stuiiniug, anil If sub stantiated, witli diimngbig. filed upon Ihe object of his concentrated hate and enmity. It Is to tho following ellcct When tho San Doininrro seliemo was pending, two gentlemen, in S"inuwliitt ii, tiutate relations with the YVUitu IIoumc, ciuiio to tiu', vault tun' sqwtr.au-l.y, soliei.-ilip- my support ol iho project, nml tolliiig ititi Ibal 1 could have till the p;itron:io I wanicd it I would aid tho I'visitKnC In January last, having been Hl.nnleicl ,y tlm Administration press and taunted oil llio ltoor nf th u Senate oouvfi-iiuig. thu motives ol' my opposition, I" iiifjuiu-d or' ono of tlioso geiiilfincii whether his re marks couccruing tho Sim Doiuinijo sohemo and tho patrotkigo were nnthor iswd by t lio Vicsideiit. 1 quoto tits lan guage (if tho reply it-telling to thin sub. ji-cl : " IJegarding ihe con vi rsiuioti yim icier lo in your note, I remciubvr it was with the knowledge nnd ooiisftit, nnd ul'lcr I had had n ciiiixersatiiiii with ihe l'l'i'sidi'iil that I culled upon you and hail the conversation you pi-cakoof. My itn messioii nt this lime is that the lWidciu iVhiKil -your Btip.iiort lot 1U Sat, lloiuiii. go Kolu'tuf, and wished lo be ou audi terms with you tKiU your support could ho obltiim-d. I do :iot now lenieiuber any ji:trticiilar laiigii;ig , m my in. U'Uviow wiih tko rrridtif, nud would not ItiiiUil doing him nn injustice by at tcuijalng to (iiotv fuoui weuiorv; hut tho iiiiiiicsmoii intitlo upon iuy iiiiod by t l.o interview was fixed nnd disiind.w The etaliun iit seems to iiulivule tVat 1 had n good chance fun uiutti pntroouge than I wanted, had I coni-lmbxi to serve tho IVesiileut ut the exK'iico ol my con victions of duty. If iio of us was in the market it wits not I. Pn side nt (I 'iiaX-tlnqualilledly pronounces Iho whole slntenii nl, so fur as it reflects on him, absolutely unrounded lu fact. No one was i)Ulbori.ed, lu any way, to ofTer Helium or any oilier Senator tho bribu ol patronage ns an Inducement lo support the Administration m llio Sail )oinJogo oi any oihvl Mlk-y. Tho President iMiieslly deslnea that Hchuu will publish Iho letter he utters V), that the "gentleman" who proposed to speak. fu the Plesldent, or lit least to have an lui.pies.Hjoiv that the President nuthoiized hitsi to Npetik, may be compelled lo speak out, or m proMit- 'y exiifHed as nn liuiiposior. Swiatvr Stli in must now give the name ot bis Informant If hu would clear bis own n pu- Ullou. Sns.tor, Cookria. kaaalso MouAtcCb tb stumu and made ono of tho most telling speeches iu Hie charges against Grant that has yet been miiUe.meellg the thovisand-aud-one slanderers, arul riTsiuuc, tUrm with atieh, ckHiies and convincing forte, that it really looks. as if ilia IVvIl and Carl BhoM.wUl flod U iMiet'ssary to. onsldo thu nuitler- and prepare llui way ro wigi4i outer ami newer capital Into the firm. Here Is a Mingle of lU vuiv lu.whu.h ll. Senator goes for Mm us. lu. the mattes of dlstrl-J uuiiiiK govi-ruuieultil putrenag wuoog tela 1IUUI I i Since President Orant cams in. W uiue persons in all, connected in Uie re motest decree with him or hit wile hava liW poVuttsaJ otjjcci under the United Slates. Of tho niw? Ctlaiives or connec tjoim in ofHce, tvsa vi,r appointed by Andrew Johnson, :: tha Vreaidenta father, postmaster at, Covimrton. Kv.. and M. brot-pr-ljj.layrr, lUv.. JVtr. Crmerv Consul at Leipsio. Deducting. . Jeess Grant and M. J. Cramer, appointed by Johnson, seven instances of relatives in political offices remain, and ol these'hut two were, in truth and in fact, Appoin ted by the President. Orlando II. Hoss, a cousin of tlit President, holds a clerk ship under the third auditor of the Treas ury. He was a soldier in ihe war, nnd Gen. Logan, as he stated in tho Senate, procured his nppoititmont nt tho Trent nay Department, without the knowledge of the President, who in fact never heard of it till ho read it in a newspaper. This leaves six, and ot these four hold, local oflicos, viz: James W. Dent, appraiser at San Francisco ; James F. CiiFey, collector at New Orleans; one brother of another brolher-in-hiw of Mrs. Grant.Peter Casey, postmaster at Viuksburg, Mississippi; "a brother-in-law ol Mrs. Grant, George B. Johnson, assessor of tho Third District of Ohio, who mni-ricd a third cousin of the President ; Alexander Sharp, a con nection of Mrs. Grant, appointed mitrshnl ot tho District of Columbia, and Silas Hudson, a cousin of the President, mil isler to Guatemala. The Natigatuck Sentinel (Greeley) remon strates with tho Democracy for keeping up their old organization nnd holding fast to their old nuno. We italicise n reference to Ihe record uf that party which must seem n trifle unkind lo an old line Democrat : " The fact is, Greeley will prove formid able among republicans, iu proportion as the democrat io party loses lis idenlily in the great upheaval that has taken place. fr what further Uite i thert of a party which hu pnblich, none hack on its in ylorious record for the lunt score of years t It now looks ns il love fur tlm name nud orgaiiixution on the part of the demo cracy is to bo the rock on which the liberal republican ship is- lo be strnned. How Stands hie IJino ? Honest .Tustiee is to-ilny watching with scorn the position of Horace Greeley. The members of the Tammaiiy Hinir nre dinging to bis skirls tor salvation as a drowniuar man would cling to n straw. If fleeted, lie would become their crea ture, their tool. They would prey upon nun as "ey nave preyed upon the Treas ury of the City ol New-York. The shrewd, sharp seoimdrcls would set one of their number lo watch his movements, while the balance would rob the Govern ment ot every dollar it has on earth. Cropped bullet-heads, dull, leaden eyes, thick necks, maimed noses, nnd clip'ped ears would be in the majority in the halls ol Congress, ns they wire in the halls of our Stale Legislature during the palmy days of the New-York King. Prosti tutes and thieves would promenade side by side in the eoiridors oi Washington hotels, n.i l the air would bu thick with vice in every form, .Government green-, backs stolen fiom tho United States Treasury would be stacked in piles on the gaming tables in drawing-room cars pet ween New-York and Washington, the same as stoleii New-York City money was slacked on gaming tables in drawing room ears on the Hudson River lJailrond. IVixr-light'ers, farobank dealers, pimps, and blackguards would stand in the Congress lobbies and insolently demand (Jovt'inmenl money, nnd get it. Instead of an Americas Club, there would be a United States Club, and every prominent thief in the country -would join it. Poughkeepsic Eagle. Wiik.v an individual finds his affairs iu n crisis, and appoints an nssiguee to wind up his concerns, the people t crv out that something lias gone wrong, anil Ihe fabric of bis prosperity ami position is shattered. Now il seeins that the Democracy neenpy just this posilion. They are ut ibis tu imenl in tho not of ap pointing nn assignee ta-close out the concerns of their bankrupt house. Hor ace Gieeley is the person chosen to do the job. He is the assignee of the Deino ' prill its parly, and, evidently, he is the wil ling agent of (he concern that is no longer capable of sustaining its existence. It will not it tjnfre a great period of time for the assignee to perform his f'nnulions, and it is n matter of small -concern whether this assignee cm make the as sets put in hrs hands net thirty or fifty percent. The estimate in which he has hitherto held the goods ant) chattele now plaeed at his command, certaiily does not betoken any approximation to a successful issue. BtftiNiNo NoitrttKttN Citiks Col. Pickett, formerly iu lh employ of the Hebel Govern ment, litis sold to tho United States Govern ment Ihe rebel archives, intludiutr nil Ihe pa per f the Slate Department. CoJ. Vitkelt piiblNhes his reiisnns lor s ikdng.and snys Hit re Is among the papers one thai wilt cause nn unpleasant feeling In the bosoms of Juroh 'I'lioinpson, Jeff Davis nnd Judith Benjamin, il Im lug Ihe report of Jacob Thompson on Ihe rebel optmiions on Ihe Iruulk-rs, IneliitUng lh slli nipt lo burn Korlherii cities. Colonel Pickflt My, "I wholly repudiated tfte policy of attempting lo burn northern cities (Turin the war. especially democratic cities, nnd nl wuys Indignantly denied Ihe allegalion uottl 1 srtw Tlioiupstin s miorl" w hlh he but Isle ly recoven-d "so lei thos three worthies wince. tne of "these .three worth U-s" Mr. Gretley was hobnobbing u Ith at NlnirntA when llio on I nines ou Ihe n-.rthern fron tiers were being planned. Anolher was rescued from prison by the oftleloua Intervention ol Itornce fefreeery, Ant imiw soulhern rebel voles are soot.' hi for Horace ttreeh-y on the expiess ground that he vonsortctt at Nlugara wil h Ihe supiTliilentleiit uf plans for plunder ing northern railroads nnd btirniuir northern towns, and that he lu lled the chief rebel at whose Inslhintion Hies villainies were at tempted, t'ok I'll keif, w ho dvchires his litt ler oppwshhin tu Iks Uruut Ailuiinfsliatkm, says lliese papers have "so political tgniH ciiuco whalcver." hul Iho lovul men of the North will probably lake a different view,, at least ol Juke iiompson a report. UtraN, kwror PATtNTI.nued frainlha United Statea Pat nut Ofttee lo Ohio tnveiilort for tha week ending July Ik mi. and bearing that date. Furnl.hed Ihl. paper by VOX I'OXSoliollera of Pateuta, WarbluK ton, D. P. Cultivator, W. p! Frown. Malta. Lap-Board, 8. Mnlsnnk, Cleveland". Ill iivt and Shoo Htreteher, T. C. Majia, Ma rieivu. Tnothi Vtatvulnn far Howe Hay Ifeikesv B. PIckerhiL'. Daylon. Stove-Platform, T. 6Hu sad W. M. Kim bnllvClevlmid. Maekliie fur Crinudti lpe Elbows, C. E. Up II. Greenfli hl. Nut Lock, J. F. Sslger, Sludby, Combined Carpet ltag Culler and Loopcr, Lyman F. Converse, Greenville. Wheel Tor Yehlclea, J. W. IfurdV Tippeca nneClly. Lamp-Cblrnney Cleanerj It R. UowtcU, Fosto IHl. Srove Daniper Guard. t:imet lieo-klsveY; and A..Heurst, Orrviltev Uvlbaues-ktow. M. L. Gibba. FirtlM Asiatic sholera U spreadtns aorosa Hi a MsU-ra provlnea of Bussiaand may soom be In oeaiuiauleabla clUtsnca of tbe United, Stales. Ttis tlseaded dlaeasa appears tu an unusually virulenbruaBAibla aaason;. the pro portion of deaths being tuueh greater than utuali of lata with this Scourge. Cleanlnasa, ) tha. beat prejfirsllpn fur. lt NcaQUon,. . Here, too, la tba way In which he shows tip Senator Sumner, and airs his vlraclly. It would seem to put the ndonis of the Senato upon Iho defense-, and -reciprocate some of the finoy sketches he haa drawn of the President's veracity ! , ' Tho Senator then took up the San Domingo question and said when the treaty was proposed, Grant nsked Sum ner, chairman ot tho Committee of Foreighn Hehuons, il he would support it. General Habcsck and Colonel Forney were present at this interview, nnd all tmderslood that Sumner said that he would support it ; that he could not think ol doing otherwise than supporting the administration in the mutter; and fur ther, that there was no objection to the instrument as a whole. Yet Sumner, hav ing riiennwhije taken offense because his views and wishes in other matters w ere not deferred to, became incensed at Pres ident Grant and Secretary Fish dcnoticcd them, and a'monng other ihings t!:e San Domingo t reaty, and raising llio issue ol veracity with three witnesses, denied he ever intimated ho would give the tnaty his support. Last Wkkk, Gov. Orals Drown was sere nided at tho New Haven House, Ct., nnd made a s'peech. lie complimented the De mocracy on the patriotism or their surrender nt Baltimore. They hnd given up their parly for their country, he claimed. Ho considers Mr. Greeley the ablest man in tho country and Grant nn ambitious despot. He predicted that tho West would tro for thcCincinnati tick et en rnnme, nnd would not be surprised If Gen. Giant failed to carry more than three slates. If fniib will elect Greeley and Brown, the ju nior member of the firm Is abundantly quali fied. The nstouishhn; defection of llio New York Tribune from Republicanism says a colempo- rary Is raising a distrust of Journalism that comes home to us of the newspaper democra cy pretty forcibly when wo gel letters like the following, accompanying a half ycrtr's sub scription : "My subscription expired the 1st of .July. Since I got bit by subscribing lo Hie Tribune lor one year, I dsre not subscribe but six months nt once." NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Plantation Bitters. S. T.-18G0 X. TlIIS womlerfn. vpjtjptaWt1 rrRtorfitive I- the flit-ct-onrhur or the fWo.e (! cMUIlUtrd. At a tonic uud ttinlitil for 1 lie ucrt and lttniniit tt bas no ctiu1 anions niotntit hics. Ana remedy fur thu nurvoiis viikn'rtr lo which woiiiuu r t'lHM-cUlly M.t.jjoei, tt i PiUBurfedinj every oilur niiiuulniit. In nil climate, truhleul, lenipjtwitte or frluiit. Il lit ft a npecttlc In cvi; ry npecluK nf dlitordt-r wiiM. umlermli.c ihtj brdlly mruuiU aud tktoakjt dowu ilus auluuil milriu. lLYON'S KATHARION, Beautiful Woman I nOA'N IH VCJNOa.14 II Yl.ITI eUeato Hie i'iutixiuai liie Srobam or leuili. ItAaaVs Maonolia Hai.m overcomca tbe flushed nn penriiuee caused by ht-Bl. ftillL'uu audi excileinelil. It liuikea the mdy ot Kartv appeur but taieuhy. a4 soiiit ursl anil periect tluit no pewoai cum tb i ti lt apnhta tlon. Ilv it. lieu the rtitiL-lii-rtt .kill la mnilu lo rival ihe pure ruillaiil textut of yoethSil beauty. It reuiore. redne... Ii otche., atMt itiinpU-H. It comalua bwlltku- tliul will injure the akiu hi the leant. Hia.Mi. Yl Id .. -.1 K ll t-..Y.I VI- h..w . per Dottle, and 1 .old by all Drujc-iata tiU ry-rfuiuere. Q & 6 H to 4 (a 1 ft 9 5 0 B " 9 Q V 0 hi Q O O u va a o ui Si; H 0 0 d 3 9 0 0 e- (D 8 a s 5 ta (D B S! CO 8 0 3 s 0 Petroleum Oil T w E WISH to say to our friends and cutlomeralha wa icat every barret of. 01- hefora wnolturlt for naif. We will kwmiiIwi ajl SI of lbl ;,"'" ell to .land 110 deureea of heal Fahrenheit 1 hi. I. aekuowletluvd be all I'heinlM. to ba pernxilv are for u.e. If you wl.b. to b aura of setlinv lb Oil Vita M.lll TlIP ..r..lu n.. . ....!) .v..a-v i, . TOMGS CX as-tf aehruarv (, 1STJ;. New Machine Shop. TlIK lTndersic;nett haw entered fnt n-paiMershlp In the Maclrfnery aalaaav sal Save opeuad U.u bbop lu tba Buulb lluun f PfMsnlx. aTowarrr. Where tr.ee will, b pleased to recelta callt Ironvatt tack, at auai wuta sur wore iu tueir una.. Thar ara botk aiDarianead Maehlnlkk aad kava b.ea til. tha employ of Mie lArlebrated Boomer Bridge Work, oftliluaso Siaa aaniber of yeara. They will datbeir wsirk promptly and to tba entire satisfaction of their pairona. They ara compete!)- to build or repair asir iblngl. Um kna of an Kxgtae, Pleaw (lea them a eail 11TB utmaniUiVa WIBJK. t Aaktakala, Jobs A, tm LEATIIEIl AND FINDINGS. SMITH & FRENCH Manufacturers Daelen la I.KATIII'lt Ac Ft SI I I SI KM, lit tha Hollow, opposite I'bteiilz Koumlry, Mam atruot, Aih Uhula, Ohio. CASn paid Port HIDES, PELTS AND calp skins Just received, and now for aslo at good ta a.torted tock of , LEATHER AND KINolNOS at ran he fonnd In any We.tem Market, sttd whtrh wll be .old on I he- mo.l -n-ottahle tet-m.. 1 hone to make It an nhjeet for Boot and Shoe, and llnrne.. Malinbit-nirera lu the vtrinitv, to favor me with, their pati-oiiaire, feeliiiK Mtl.fled Hint 1 ean sell them eeryihina needed In tlieir bu.lne.. a. eheap a. ran be Smnd In CM-velaiid, or even the Ka.torn Market., thereby aavluy freight aud traveling exneneea, and lo. of lime. All are eonllally Invited t call snd examine my .tock before pure basing elsewhere. Ciuilldeiit that 1 ean nuike It for your Interest to buy In till, nt.rket. I shall take pUsisiire In seeing my old friend, and tbe uililic. aus .linwlng them my atock. Delow, I give a partial list of aitirle. : HpHiil.hsnd .lsnehter,.oto.nppernd heme., betilher; .pnni.h and .lnui;liler kip ; Krrnch ealfand kip; oak and hemlock ealf nittl kip; eollnr lenther and bor.e hitlea men's uud women', morocco ; bond and luclug leatber linings, bindings, topplni; nnd russets. FINDINOS. lasts, pe"., thread, webh, Piuksid't Ink, Iron snd tint nulls, round head tuck., bristle, awl., hummer., pincers, .nnd stone., rn.n., kulver loali .lue .ticks, iiitd simps, boot tree., (hoc fueek, punches la.ting Iron., eyelet., eve. let sets, stltch-whecl., stitch-murker., heel .have., edge plane., strip awls, welt knives, elnsllc, heel bull, .tilth lug ford, InstlitL' tuck., hetd and toe plnte.. boot bliirklng, boot brushes, burliest oils, and all kinds of Siil-lilug Irons, etc. etc. SMITH A FUKNCH. Aebtithnla IH71. n:W THE .OLD aJAKLISLE TAN NEK Y PIUS OLD IiUSINFSS STAND HAS A Been pnrchnsed by it. Zelle A Bro. wno srt put ting It to the best posaeible use lu tha MANUFACTURE OF THE VAKIOUS KINDS OF LEATHEK. To supply this work they ara In want of HIDES and SKINS, Tor which caiOi at tho h.hcot market prlcea In pnM. Their Lenther t of thu heU f)imlity, a fnct thnl HrtdlerfniMl Hluic-mnkerH will rcalUu on trial, aud of all the variouiidwcriptitii. FINDINGS. We hnve nl.o on hand a full and excellent SHppry oft Ihe ditluren' kinds of BHOKMAKEKS' FINDINGS, which wlH he .old on the most reasonable terras, t.ire it. a call. A-htabult. Mov. 14,1871. lWi O. ZEII.E A uno. ro-sr tub AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT. ail tot.ons BtlXED HEADY FOR lUMF.niATE VSKt After fbnr years experience with this Paint, we cbees fally recommend It. We are prepared to do ALL KINDS OP PAINTINU with neatness and de.pnteb. with either the ''Atebix.lm PuU.t or the best of Lend nnd Oil. SKVMOI K. G1DDISQ9 A CO. Ashtabula, O., March 1st, ISIS, ll.'.U lf OIP INTEREST TO ALL ! OLOTKIISTGr J. MANSFIELD tO CO., 52 PUBLIC SQUARE. CLEVELAND, OHIO. "NOTWITHSTANDING the advance In mnterlal we arc hnppy lo sny we .holl he able to supply our ctirtoniere witl out untcrial change of price. Our stock Is klrirer Ihun ever before. w-ai. tti.t In receipt of the LATKhT SPUIXlt STVLKS. bold as rugaras iiwcui uud i)le or wuturiul. SPRING OVERCOATS.- Wo have all cradcH M'vcral new fbnde.itnd tho styles 'COATS. The New Market Cunt, the Enirllt-S, WtillilrgCoat.and Ihe Deiby are lite leading styles lor business. PANTS. We vary In nny way to please our trade. Strlpesi mixtures, and Dlntronuls nru worn, but Flue Strlpea are very stylish. Iu Fine pants we hnve the largest assort meet In Cleveluiitl. ami show some elegant patierus. We guarantee t;oo tylu untl perfect St. Go to MiiuenVUI's tor a Fiuu t'uet. Summer Vests AMnMa ..r Voh-M...!1 W I . '. a.. .1 . double and single tureuet we snail have a full line. CONTINENTAL VESTS. HOOTCH St'lTS all Grades. Price. 1 am 1 S 1-18.61). f ill, -., f . BOYS" AND CIIILDRICN'S OLOTIIING. Mother. will Sml It wIM repay litem to exouilne our Uoya' and l ltiltlren's Cloihea. iu litis department otter Satcliii UnrgtUus. GFJS'TS' FURNTSHINO GOOT3. We always Imvj on hintil a first cIass stork of Gentle- men's Furnishing Oood, iuefuding (Spring Underwear, Gloves. 4c, 4c. . SHIRTS uf all Grndes. Th.'Suoat uhll h.rt I. the market. Pxiirxti FimNts, a si'EiiACTr or vmrtor smitrs. Or wlikh we have .evurat urudus. and aia aelllno- SO pur ceut. below the tiHtrkut price. Genuine Scotch Clio vims, !t 80 - 45 - " W American Cheviots, (HI " - til 1 GO All warranted fast colors. i. MANSFIELD A CO., 61 Public-Sqitnre Clevulaud, Oblo 1 offer special liulncemeni mi AfltUhiiJa Couutat Vlfiidn, and am ronrtdent I can mka It a mtviil and economy. IvenlU uUiiiir vm a stvUfh aitlclov ft tuittt a trip to ClevviHtMt. v-muihWaiwl buy uy tpMnlt. 1 niMr mv Asntabuia truuo the Mine MiVrrip frwennls of Utt iMjaMJU. JkMiN MaUMKIKLD. Agency Office. H. FASSETT & SON, (WILL give prompt Atteti to the ' ' sale, ntirchase.aiidrentiskaf Ileal' Estate. taFlre and Life Insurance lu first ela- Companies. Ket.otlaiina l.ouns, Wrtiug and Acknowledging Deeds. Mortgages. Contract.. W TIs, Ac. Ashtabula, U.. Dec. Tib, 1871. ) ACHES TnlHKKKD LAND lu Ctaiuark. near the line of Ibe Jiinu-siowu branch. Ka'UosU. Ak- about IX tuilua from sold IsiuL IS acre ut laud, ou which there Is a Saw Mill Ita gtiwu aider. Will be sold on long time If desired. ' U ACHR FARM In Sheffield, o.a halt under good state of cultivation. Hulltlliigs uew. good Cull and liv ing water. Good tlmlHtr on purl of furtu. Turuia low. Emiuire at this ortlce or uf Uej. W. llottriua, eu prem ises. ISO ACRE DAIRY FARM, on Turnpike, Ansllnburg, near Village. Gaud, hullitiaest. Will be sold on long eretlit If (WelretL Kaitulre at this otEaia or of A. V . tbUiejl u ucemlses. HOl'SB. AND LOT ol S Mres near Asblabila Vlllara. wlib aa out lot of It acres, past ilaahet hall a aslle from It. A ruaw ekanee fee a biunusi, ad. kiiiaiir. at Ihla ot flea or llarveji Pai aish on pmnilsea. HOUSB and LOT on Camp St., with gpoA Bara Buildluga Bearlv uew. i'rlee very low. linl'SE ami LOT aa. Pnisaaet IU.. with, eoad Barn and ehoue t rust, large Lot, aud, twry deekable. Tsrma roasouanie. DCI.CTtl CITY I.OTS.-Seseral deeirabla LaU la Dulutli ca bauail at aibtvgalB. MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN IANBS, S20 Acre land. o.M baulnaw City aad uu.ar ta Kiobiand Co., Wiacoiisiu. WIU be tuM or eachaugod t latia la Ah tabuia Vuunly. Bl'tLBLNG LOTS. la dlAerant pasta af Ut Vlllaga for sale ou easy leruie, THE NKTTLETON FARM, tba Preatlum Farm of tiisl.iimly, .leasa.ily lioated. ouly l utile from AsliUlaita Vlliairei sua tain, satlaesea. wllbgod build higav choice fruhi and aeser atlliug springs of pure wa ter. Terms Very reasonable. KnitulM f Mr. Neltleloo ou tba premise ot at Ui agenuy. . GOO HOUSB LtT. aext Saolkef Pmbyterlaa Chatiet. en Park St., tu Ashtabula VUlsga. A very de Mrs ble localtoa as It 1 Bear Ike b.stueaa eaatr. HOt'SR At GOO LOT, an Narth 8 Ml of Proapect Bt..AUotdunauo Wt of btatteu St. FARM HOl'SK wllh lew building., I mile from thl TlituMaoa Plaak Road, with IS acreeof good laad, plen ty of good wales aanl frail would uak a auaiAirtabl Utile iana. MAaCRESOF LAND adjolmeg t ba.k of aaaia Thi laud will b sold aeparal froaa ar la aonaecLloa wttA aiv uaoisd Uul( ail It Atraav U-a) ' it . DRY GOODS! E. H. GILKEY, Baa juat opened saw lot af th Cerebrated - Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves. la Bprlag eolert aad blaek. Double a a slah) battoa EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. . Alio, the Jsqnllin Corset, IrrlmNs'a OloTe lttlDf Corset, liooB Skirts aud Uustlea, PAKASOLS IN THE NEW STYLES a BLACK SILKS- Cheney Bro.' American and Lyon's Silks A)) cjuaHttes liLACK AND WHITE STRIPE TAFFETA SILKS. JAPPAXESE SILKS, IN STRIPES & FANCY PATTERNS. A variety of Dress Goods, In riuide. Stripe and Plain ilixturet. PURE . MOHAIR IN COLORS, YERT DESIRABLE FOR SUITS. GUIPURE LACES. Ileal unit Initiation Lacett. Hamburg Edgings. noisriTOsr band WHITE CORD AITD STRIPE PIQUES. CORDED NAI3TSOOK. 15 PIECES WniTE VICTORIA LAWNS. 8-4 BLACK GRENADINES. SILK STRIPE GRENADINES IN COLORS. PATENT LINING FOR GRENADINES. Black. White, and Brat CrtaeWne.. Notrftig baas laces. "tii'iui, oiiauue aim iionsiia r ixiuroa, t.roa, -I'aeaal. Ac. 11-4 Wblte Couiiterpauea. Wktte (inUu, j caeitp. Table Linens and Napkins VERY CHEAP. Craaksa. II ark an) Dwawsk Tbwe hi. Rett PopHaa, til biife akask Waal, a AMU. The Stock of Domestics IS XTJXjZj. TICKS, ' MINIMS. . OOTTONADES, . , t STRIPESy , ' CHECKS. 8r4 "PILLOW CASE COTTONS, SIIEZTINCSS, A. AD ta kM will b tal at VERT CLOSS rBtCEShwCAfUBI. . K. II. GJLKET. Aahslmk,Mailt,t9TJL ' tXM AVANTED. Of! TEAMS ami Kilt v M.n Slondr work, ann the hitrne frolnif wair paid mr tram ao4Ma. Applatour ollkt m Kltwinatt, ,, at onc. . I I " " . J J UlbntlAI aVn Mil via, m onCIIOPPEKS ami Seorera,linnedr m w aiaty, to kern (ret nut Timber, intae! gataa; wage paM In aoiHt ('hoppers lor the lea.ou. Apply at eat oMce at Kluaaaaa, Triinibnll County, . DabAMAl KH 1I1IUB. iiw. J.ty IS, I8T. 18-te NEW MAP OF OHIO. AGENTS Wanted far a New and IIKAITIFUI. M4P OF OHIO, Giving Railroads. Cmtle. Tawnsblps, Cities and) villages, rtanroaa purveys, ntarinas, c., aio.i:eftsu. eolored a&d aie.tiled. Prlee, il.tst. Lsrve eommlsslon to Agents. Alao, lampalga V earls, MeSals, At. Sena lor circular. B. H. GREEN, tal Bnstaslaa Ml mmm I ' arwart aatn ( Shingles ! Shingles 1 1 . ' - W T. KANDALL, rnaimtacturer ot era and dealer In all kinds of Shlnvbta, kavlnr nade arrangemunla In Mletilawa I. prepares to furnlsk any amount of . Ihie or other Sh infles? on the shortest notice. Manafartory at llltcheock't shop A.nutuitia, iitiHi, wnere ne win ai ail tuuea oa Bound. . reatlT to attead lo all call, la bta liaw. AshtahuFa, May IS, ISIS. llCT Sta EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that the nn rierrlirned has hoen duly appointed and Qualified aa Executor on the estate of Nathanikl Hanna, deceased, late of Plymouth, Ashtabula County. Ohta. Jirty 9. 1S7 TO- STKAYED upon the premises of the Snhsetlker, nn the lilth of June, a llrlndle Two, Year Old Heifer, which the owner will please Identify, pay charges, and take sway. D. II. FAKGO. ASlliauilin. uuiy s, let. I.-,- TIIOS. II. HOPKINS, OCAL and Instrumen tal Mvsio Tenrhor, Grand River Institute. A nttb.r. O. Will devote a portion or his spare time to Tuuing Planoa and giving IcAShns elsewhere. Austlnbtttgh, O., June 80, lSTa. . llTI-tf New Goods RECEIVED THIS WEEK AT TYLER & CARLISLE'S Twenty Pieces Victoria Lawns, at 25, SO, 35, 40, 60 aud GO cents per yard. SWISS MUSLINS, BISHOP LAWNS, DKESS LINENS, OTTOMAN SlUWIV WHITE SIIIKTS, STKIPE CnAMBRAYS. We are offering Great Bargains in Marsailles Spreads I AND LINEN NAPKIN SI Black Alpacas- at last Fall Prrets. Great Induction in JVitrei of ' PARASOLS, AT TYLER & CARLISLE'S. Ashtabula, June IS. 187;L- tm J'bt asyongo tUeu you 1' will know waver, you are going, Low far you hav gone, and when to sttsp. BLEACHED COTTONS, FANCY CASSIXKBJCS. 101VS AND IQCAIUE SIIAWLS, OTTOMAN ISETEKSXX, ' FOPLIKS. percales, ntiris, JAPANESE SILKS. LINENS, LAWNS. LACISv ITF STAINS. BBCoSILS. PLT. ' INttaUCC. AND HEMP CARPETS. EDGINGS, EMBROIDERY, COLLARS, CCrTtr, DRESS BUTTONS AND TEIMMIN08. a TICKINGS, MNXMSy CltECEJS. rnni'Ts rrna , lrrer- GLOVES, PASASOLJ, 8VMXU SVITINGS, Also a fall line of WkV LACE, CONGRESS and BUTTON GAITERS Walknag Shoes, SUppeis, CUlklrena and Hisses' Gutters, Jlraas Cfett ' Shoes 4 Boots, Ijtrtk s' Goal, CuVf aud MoroA-tn Lisee Uajoui, Travclioj Busketa, Satek, Umbrellas, Cottotk V.m. Tut,l ns.t.1.. r t NAPKlNSy TOWELS, Ac! fa (at all goods usually found la a flrst laa store eaa be bought very cbesyToii casbot IL Xsa MORE ISOX. AakUbola, O.. Aprjtj , 1S7 (, EVERY DAT . - 1 T. TlK Ojaalnr new and dealraJMe Mod, ugoi with m U, L., aWJJJ&WC IkVMILTQN BRAY'S Beanleaa Corsets the bast tn toau for tba i atOaUUMtHtV. TTALL PAPEJt A aew stack Jnat raooWodi at OK8IS05'eV A FULL LINE OF Crackarj aa Table Cutlery at - . UBMMlMlT '