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ASHTABULA, OlltO. Saturday Morning, Aug, 6, 1872, . ' RKPI BLICAN "TICKE'1 For President-l lyaaee S. firnnt. -rot VlcProjIdent-llrnrr tvilnon, ttrrjiLic.iN minTHKcc For Secretary of State A. T. YlrkoO. ' For Supreme Jurtiro John AVelrli. . For Board of Pnbllc Worke-H. II. Porter.. tVhatar at leoton 1 r; ,-.r', Tinf . I Alpll. Hart. I'nrtKCO. Republican County Convention. Tbe ftepeblt. an voter of A.htnbnta Crnintrjir" ti qeeated tomeit at flu- u.nnl pieces of holding cUc tin la their respective township on HATrnnA v ArrT Srd. 1ST', to elect fine Hundred unit sixty ' I ,5"? 'f" ' ,h Ad"I Nominating Convention, to ho held lii'the Court llnnne In JemT.nn.onMiimlsy.tlie .ft ay of AntTi.t next, to nominal caiidldeto fur lection to the voire of Urn Met of the Court of Com. i r".,m,e Jurtfc'8. County Commissioner mid innrmary Pirector. 2Z?ME I-irtM t thl Convention will he en on WPiforuneDeleinfto each 4n vote., or a rrsrtloii ri-r f"""?: KlT'"" f"r K- K- Nnvc for Uovcrnor. in oe:nhT.,.un",l!w',, ""'"i .BUUK Aehtahnla Andover Aoptlnhnrff Cherry Valley Colehrook Conncaut henmark IWrset Venera Ilarperolletd Hartinrrove JcfTcron Klnrsviile Mon roe Moivsn New Jina nmeil t'li'i pout 1'i.vnii'iuh Itu-limnuil Kir.e Hflvhrock ' MiiH.lil Tiumluilt IVk pe Wllllnmsflcld l.ebfa , o v nu eor Trim P.Im., r. . . . v iiuleor rlerk. p. xr. and 4 i kMirn.m . ..... . ------ - .kmhit m (-( iiiil'p v. i I tit: nreniyM UlluteUilK.il r--.- v.., W. O. l!0WKI.I.!t. C H. SrxoM. ( , K. A. Nortiiwat, i Jwunon. W. P.JInLAND. ) Ja'- Kri.n, Ai.hlM:i!it. AlKt.llAtItUI, Couneaut, W. P. ErcNCEB ' County Commltfec. ITEMS. tyTJio Democratic TiTillnrial t'mivtnlion of Utah, nut nt Pnlt Lake City nml nomina ted lis delegate to Coup-ess, Geo. E. Cunton, n piotuinei t polyp aniLu yStnnv M itllicvra. one- of li.e origina tor ol Hie "Liberal " m-.vi'nient, is to spctik in CincimiHlI on Friilny prisnit wctk wl-cn liu mill expluln tlic reasons of his iulciuUng to Toto for Grunt ami Wilson. arTlic Rcpnlilicr.n niPcling htl.l nt Lin clin, Nclirskii,8aliinliiyiiilit,w ns the largest eVerlicld in that Blnto. Gcncni! Lojjitn nr lTcd at Omnha rrom Salt Lnkc City Saturday rvenlnjr, anil spoko for three hour. Fully five thousanil people were present. General Logan wag to opeak ut Nebraska City the next niht. HfThe f.ilmhood that (ho Administration irere putllujr $200,000 into North Ciirolmn to carry the Kepnhllcan ticket there, U totally disproved by showiii)? that the whole amount something over $200,00014 called for by the expenses of Iho UnileJ Stales Court in tbet State, already taxed,, mostly in the Ku Klux trials. ITEMS. Review of Greeley. Tlic speech of Si.natou C'onki.iso Is so masterly, comlse, foieiMu and cmvinein, that we rannot forbear inukin cinoiher ex tract or two from It. - It puts every subjeet treated in antK n nul.shell thapu tluit the ivad r takes in the whole mailer at a glance. It is one of the best campaign docuineiitB of the tintti. Greeley's liniess for the poHilion to which lie aspires is ilispiised oil nhow lnir that Lis very talents unlit him for the officii of President : The ltppiililican party litis boon lilamrd lor not gratifying Ciiceli-y'ij miibiuon for fiflice,.biu. the tniiMH of ihu Jiiirty, thoiiyjli npproeiatinLt cecenliiv ireiiiiit, bu- lieveil him erratic itinl not, MisseMHi'il of the practical wisdom, inoilt'r.iiioii, or busineHu eapacii y to mako n iiselul or nafo oflicial. J lis con iho in the. coiiititii tional convention v im a M'iicn of peeviKli Attempts tJ il everything, nml resnheil in his prematurely leuving hin post, niter onring upon 1 lie liicliiliein volleys ot oaths. Uih nfiiliations with men has bbown lii m to bo a poor jmlge of human nature. The woiht lin n have si in k to liitu like barnaeli s, nml his maiiagement of every buttiness, exet pt i ilil irg u news piiper, has sliown him uantinc in husi iicks ciipneity. Ah nil editor lie luekeil n balance wheel wills which to keep him from inconsistency. 1 1 in invcriHiicnU cf money, his ventures with Tweed, and lending his nnmo to men unworthy of trust, irvitiucd unsound judgment. The epithets and libels ivilli which ho pursues those Lo bates or envies, tdiows u strau p'ly nnclirislian mi l unbridled nature, i'ruthliil history w ill never record that Jloracc Greeley owed the ltej iiblieau party nothing, but tin' verdict will bo that he spoke liku n Ncbcinin ingrate, htt lie said; " 1 tun perfeetly willing tn pass receipts with tho liepuhlieau jarty,.Hiid ay our nteoiinis mo now net Uii aiJ elosi il." Orceley'i record wi ll sustains Iho nssertion of the reviewers, that liU deeds arc t be found In Ills words : txtfnots from the 7Vi&vnt filu r the first election and prior to Ihu inaugura tion of lmcoln, ere read to show thai ha incited seccus'ion by expressing his willingness to let tho 'South leave the Union peneenbly, ns wero also i xtracts from speeches by tL'neruh Hlair in the Henato in 1871, making the sump eliaie. Ths "On to Richmond" articles of tho Tribune were also iinit d s th? incar nation of conceit and lolly, which drove tho nrmy headlong to Uull J dm, liefoi e that bailie, Hi id I'oliklilig, (irueby iui puled treason to General Scott, iirdalur the deleat h cuddled up to Scotf, ivliPUi ho tric) to dishonor less than four weeks previously. Greeley, early In Lincoln's administration, became his enemy. This is iiotUeable in the Niagara Tulls pence Affair. Greeley had been for seeesidon when secession might have Wn avoided. 1U bad been fur baiilo when the lima hd not come. Ilo hud bcn in turn lor war and peace, when each was impossibU', aud early in t(JU4, when the Hebelliou wa about to collapse, and w hen every thing depended on perceiving the North erect, with a united and undoubted front, Greeley fell luto a swoon of despondency, and Uamed our authorities for not trying to make peace. The details ot his ne gotiation at Niagara were given, to show, said Conkliiig, undoubtedly that' Greeley wm gulled by a shallow swindle. Second that he not only bit at the bait, but pressed the matter upon Lincoln in manner shewing his intention to carp at tiim unless be yielded to lis views. Third, that Unsold punctured the fraud at a glance, and yet Greeley did not see it. t'oorlh, that Greeley bungled the whole affair at Niagara, or else purpose ly violated the repeated inairneiiune- ot the President.' Filb, that he tamely submitted to the most unleashing effron tery ad imposition from the rebels. Bixth, that he expressly admitted and st a tea that AJiicpin nau ieen uckte or untruthful, when he knew he bad not And finally, that when Lincoln nought to jdic-aoe biuuilf by making the truth known, Greeley sa'irfled the truth by threatening, if it was told, to publish matters having fi benrinix on the case, but. which would deeply wound the nubliO interest. Who, ' said . Conk ling, ' can wonder that Stunton' pro p6sed the arrest of Greeley for holding unauthorized find injurious interconise Willi the enemy? Greeley's financial policy, first opposing the legal tender act, then favoring it ; now opposing and then ndvocating the resumption of specie payment ; next nrguing for taxation to pay the debt in ten years ; first favoring and then denouncing the income tax, were alluded to, mid tho conclusion drawn that one who changes his mind so often could nol be trusted to rtn a cider mill and financier for it. Eccentricity and fickleness nru his traits. II lias bolted and advised bolting. He has rp posed the nomination or election of every President w ho has been chosen for thirty years. lie has quarreled with every nd minst ration. He has tissailcd he diame ter of ihosu hu differed with, wantonly and savagely ' imputed corrnplioii to others, merely for not voting or thinking as he dtil. lie sotigLt by intrigue the detent of Lincoln, nficrhe had been nom inated the second time, and wrote secret letters, which have hi nee come to lijiht, lo concert measures to prevent Lincoln's election. IIu Ktrove to posiou President Grant against capable nnd honest He publicans, and ad vised him to exclude from his councils men trained in public ail airs. He has recommended unlit men for office, and insisted on their appoint ment. After endorsing and applauding everything involving a principle, he I ins struck nt the President on account of patronage, and bolted the parly niter manoenvei iug more t han a year to get its nomination. He apologized for the Tammany robbers. He sought for two years before his open desertion, to divide and destroy the Republican party, nnd liually in signing l!iu call for the Cincin nati convention, which adopted the free trade Missouri, platform, he turned bis back on the only politicul principle or idea prominent for l lie last ten years of which he has not before been on both sides. Yet in the blind stackers of lac- lion, the American people are challenged t.o scan anil tlecule upon this record Alien a coalition ami sueli nomination, means, chaos and disorder. The issue stands before you. On one side is safe, tried and stable government, peace with all nations and prosperity at home, with business thriving and the debt and taxes melting away. On the other side is a hybreiJ conglomeration undo up ol crotchets, distempers, and personal aims of restless nml di-appointed me. AVhat ills might come of committing to them the alfairs ot the nation, no judgment can fathom, no prophecy, can foretell. The result is very sale, because it rests w ith iho. same gt iieralion which w as given by l'rovidi iiec to see ilirugh the darkness of the rebellion, and that gen eral ion cannot be blind n w. I.i:TTnt kiiom Sknatok Fkuhy. We are .permitted, says the Nonvulk, (t,l.) Vazetfc,t publish the lollowin : Noiiwai.k, July 20th 1872. Dic.iu Sin: you il mere is any hiiiitlcuiicu hi my absence from the ralitlention ineetini' at N. w llavi u the oile r day. Ol course, not. Yon know that I am set-king the more perfect rc-csUblislunciit ol my health by absolute, rest and quid during thi! Hummer monihs. I was iiiun-du -ck beforehand, by li -li-graph, lo speak at New Haven. 1 replied, by li-lfr.ipli also, thai 1 cjiulrt nol. Ily Home mislaUe, imtvcvcr, I was uuiioiinced lo speak, and hence (he disap pointment. Isuppoit Hie liniiit and Wilson ticket. Heloru il was ma .e i had expensed my opinion of .Mr. (ireehy as it e imlidale. 1 have nol ehamjed it. Ily ;N'o eiutier II will be lounil that the opinion of ihu country has set tled In tin- same direction. Make your mind easy ulimil Connecticut. The Statu Will nlve lo General Grunt, tindi r pfis nl circumstances, u larger miijoriiy in.ni a c.hl lour years aso. O. S. FERRY. Washington Letter WASHINGTON, D. C., July 23, 1872. Never has Washington been nmru lively thun now 1 1 the improvement and ornamen tation of its streets. Thousands of meii lire employed, ami il would set in Unit Ihu entire city is being rcgrailed, paved uiul sewered. Our new government has Just entered unon its second year, and bi fore its t tosu Washing ton, Ihu Capital of Iho great United Stales, will have inlirely emerged trnm ita old-timu li-lhiiiL'V, nml will appear lo the visitor Ihu grand clly he expects to behold. Thu calcu lation Is lo make Vashlii''lon the most lovely, the most noble and grand plueu to look upon, as will as lo live in, in the world. GEN. HOWARD'S RETURN from Arizona Is fraught with every hope of a peaceable setlelmeiil wilh the Indian of the fur West, tl is anticipated that Ihruugli bis mild nml ualiirally-phil.iulhrophic nuture, a tn aly may bo cnuuuiualcil with' them Unit will be lastimr, and Ihu nliitr.es and causes of the outbreaks of p.-isl years t tfeclually remedied and rnntoved. The 1'rcstdcui has great con lldenee in lilui, and will probably consider favorably utiy suvirestloii Iruiii hii loiikhi!- lo their piriiiiiiienl Inline peace and happiness. THE POLITICAL POT has again enimi need to hull with all Ihu fury attending presidential campaigns. Hi lore nml bince the li.diitnorc Coiiveiition, thu more In--lelligent of the Deiiioerary here, those who luaku firluciplu thu guldu ol their polilienl aelloll. keep aloof from the Greeley movement j but the polltieaus nru out in lull loree, nnd are using every iiiraus in their power lo tiring thu Democracy unitedly Into lino for Greeley. TJi'ts lar they have tailed I John II. 11KVHKKS, thut political fraud, w ho In 112, rnimi from Indiana politically ami lluiuicilly u bankrupt, U thu chief uinoiig thu Greeleyiies lu this section, nnd Is endeavoring to lone down thu hotheaded Lrethreu ot the copperhead frater nity, and get them to awnlluw the '.' Anything-to-U'itt Grant" pill. His training tnny he suc cessful, but It i alow work thus far. They can't go Gsucley. They preler a successful, honorable foe, to a wovn-oiit political turncoat nndh'kksUr. lie is a sorclx-ad, and stands high in the IWIorui party. Milieu the adjournment of the Dtdlbuosu Convention, a very at ronff reactionary move ment lins tskrn plneu hi I'enusylvanla and In .Maryland. A gentleman Just returned from Pennsylvania says that thu Demoorata in some parts of that (Slats sse bnlihig the nnmlna lion of (Jreeley cn mmm sad Joliilog Democratic Grant and Wilson clubs. Another gentleman from Srarylnnd anys they ore doing. Ilia an me thing In-that 9tate,.nntVlf Ike reaction contln- uea as it baa begun, there Is more than an even chance that Maryland, "My Maryland," so long peering-out of the darkness iu which she has been grouping, w ill' give her electoral-vote lo Grant and WiTson. The ao-callud Libera) Republicans are now stjsibilnut as they were before the Baltimore convcation. They see thst, Mr. Gret-by has not beta able to sell and deliver lite Rcbub- Ucan parHy as rasll j aa tht-j bad calculated upon ; and that, after all, it mny prove true as to their cindida'o what King Henry V. said of the French herald, that ' The man who ne,e tA sell the Han't Ktn, While I lie beaet lived, a killed In hnntlug hlm.r Mr. Sumner still remains in town, nnd say lint Hltle n9 to what he intends to do in this campaign. He is nol for Grant , nnd, accor ding to n )ntc issue of a Cincinnati paper, ha is made to gny, by nn interviewing reporlei, ' Hint he cannot support Mr. Greeley w ithout deserting life colored wards ; Hint the I) mo crude parly will control Greeley's admlnislra ton, ntul ns tho lenders- of that pnrty, have already refused l support his civil rights hill, thero is nothing to be expected of tUem should they c 'imo inlo power but thu proscription of the negro." Talking t ilh I tic editor of the lendiuj Demo cratic paper of Florida to-night, who was n delegate lo the liiillimore convention, ho said ; "Our Stale will go for Greeley If we enn bring inlo liist the colored vole. The colon d men of Florida are tired of carpel-bug rule, and If funnier would only endorse the action of the Baltimore Convention, we could carry every colored vole of the .Statu." But Sumner does not Intend to rrsfc n life long reputation on the success of n pnrty or class ol men whose antecedents are known to be antagonistic to n liberal form of Govern ment, nnd whose aim v.m design Is to degrade and disfranchise the colored man. S. T. B. As the campaign opens, we begin to witnesa s iiiiu tf the results that have been predicted. While Greeley, or Liberalism, is rinding its lovol, Republicanism, pure and simple, begins to assert lis predominating influence ami ener gy. Thooe who had assembled nt Columbus on Tuesday last lo ultend the Greeley matfs meeting on the next day, were treated to a most singular reception, that was surprising if not pb-nssng lo them. Much to the surprise of nit bttt the parlr-s themselves, about eight o'clock, a delegation of about one hundred Democratic working men, employed nt Gill's car shops, formed in a procession preceded by a band of music and huge banner on which was inscribed, "What we know nlnml voting for Grant nnd Wilson," "We prefer n man of deeds rather than a man of words," "Gill's Car Shops, Grant Tanners," and marched lo the rooms of Hmj Grant Club where ll'iey nsk cd permission to ioin the Grant Club. Per mission being granted they signed the consti tution. In a few moments a long line of color ed men, in procession, marched to Ihu club rooms and. enrolled their names, us did many Republicans. As Ihu club rooms were jammed to overflowing, the crowd adjourned to the Stale House, but on motion relonncd mid marched down ISlalc street lo Gov Noyes' res i lence, many citizens showing their approval by illuminating their houses. Gov. Noyes re ceived the vast assemblage, iu a neat anil np priate sncech. Thu campaign commenced, says the Cleve- 1 ind Herald, with thu three German papers of Cleveland oil thu sidu of .3recley. The yln teitje.r has become n Grant nnd Wilson advo. cite; tho Uermunia proclaims hostility to Greeley nnd Urown; nu t only the Wiwehtrr professes adhesion to the Chtlppatpiack pnrty. How long it will continue on its present oursu is uncertain, for it is no secret Unit the Greeley und Urown dish made Ihu Wuicht-'i't fcorge iisu when lirst set before it. WaBhlugton Cori-ewpondeuffe Bunion Advertiser. Senatoii Sc.mnku's Position. Ex-Senator James A. Shields of Missouri, has been trying lo persuade Mr. Sumnir to adopt lint course which lending Liberals have urged upon him, namely, to speak upon the issues of Ihu hour in Huston and then go through Ihu West and South. After hearing Ihu various arguments which Shields presented, Mr. Sumner replied that, while he had strong sympathy wilh the Greeley u.ovemenl, there was line thing Unit caused him to hesitate, and'that was Ihu prob able treatment of his Colored wards by the de mocracy. For these hu had nothing to hope nt thu hands of that parly, and for himself he had no Intention of deserling them. Hu could not teu his way clear to co-opi rale ac tively wilh Ihu parly Ihal would never accept thu principles of his civil ri-Ius bill. Last winter, when hu nnd somu of his nssociales were buttling wilh the Administration, ami his civil rights bill was pending, he went over lo thu Democratic sidu of Ihu Senate chamber mid appealed to them there to vote wilh him so us to giyu him a clniuce to go with Ihu new movement, so thai hu could support it con sistently, feeling that thu rights of thu colored race would bu sale with thu new parly. But lu spile of his appeals and reasons, no one of Ihu dcmucrnliu senators would vole wilh hi in. Now his only dilllcully in joining nvtively in the effort to elect Greeley was the refusal of his democratic friends to give hlin thu least assurance that the rights of the colored men would be 'respected. Shields, in reply, nrgued that theso senators belonged to thu dead past and did not represent lliu democracy of Ihu pri sent, but Mr. Sumner ended ns hu began, by reasserting his doubts whether ho could depend upon the new party to do justice to thu negro. Wki.i.and Ca.nai.. A neighbor of ours, who hasjusl returned from St. Catherines, informs us that it has been determined to cnlargo the Wclland Canal, mid to spend upon it the al most fabulous sum of $0,000,000. The con tracts for tho work nru to bu let tho coming winter. Such n movement as this goes to show the Importance of nil American channel from Lake Erie to Ontario, which tins been so much mooted. If thu expenditure of such n sum Is warranted by thu business ol'tbU canal, the (pit'stlon naturally arises why Is not the American project warranted nnd AuslitleU iu order to ni commodate. American commerce nnd retain thu revenue among our own citi zens T I.it or Patent linmt from llw l utlwt Stales Pat. ml oitloo lo Ohio Invuiiior for llw wuuk cwIIlu luly 111, lens, and lieaitnn lul dam. rurul.li.il Una oap.r by 10 A COX, Sulldler. of Putvuta, Wa.hlug luu, D. C. Sharpener for I!urvcttcr Kuivce. II. Fisher. Cunton. Hleel for Sharpening Knives. A.' E. Lee. Akron, . Thill Coupling. V. Marshall. Adelphla. Automatic Cm oil Stsuiu Engine Governor. J. W. Touipson. Salem. Apparatus lor Pitching Barrels. W. C. Voll mer and It ltosnciinikl. Cuvuhoga Comity. Elastic Bosom llold-i. G. W. Wright. Salem, Mitchluo lor making Metallic- MoUlluge. . M. Cnuipbc Ik Cleveland Saw - grinding Machine. S. W. Clemens. Clevelaliil. Poriutilu rMcniu Kaglno. E. V. Cooper. Mt, Gilead. Com rinnter. W. A. Dean. New Lexington. jl -ivaaer nun iinuier. oaiuu iiivitlor. Portable. Hleam Engine and Boiler. G. Rogers. Mi. Vernon. ttic.Mii Generator. 8. T. Itnss- k 8nrliienelit. ltiUo lor buarpeulag Uarvuaier Cullers. J. It. iniiou. n ut unity. UrueeU-Loailiug Fire-arm. O. IL Eurneat, . BprlugtWId. fhotogniphle Background. P. T. FlucU. luiwnou. Crvastiuj Device for Traces. &o. II. B. Fouat Wltinot. Slaie. W. A. Kenyon, Jr. Lancaster. ' Vilieimr Generator. J. II. Neluiilier sranaflnbl Helrigeraler or Beer Cooler. J. Schmulae. , cmuinnati.. . ,. . . . . , Oniter Bool. J. Schroeder. Cincinnati, Adjustnblo Window Screen. T. M. Worces ter. Cinemnati. Tim Bhiiba SAMytiasii is AsttTAiiut.A Co. From the brief noiico A the Work of the Geological Survey in Ash tabula cnunly, In the last Tutrgritph, the reader would be likely to Infer, that the Keren sand stone wns found only In Windsor, within the county. It In lact crops out in Trumbull township nenr Footville, nm! has theie been quarried In lim iled (pinnlitles for whetstones, nnd thence ex lends northward In n continuous ledge, nver iiclng fifty tosrxiyfi et thldmcss, tliromjh llnrlsgrore nnd Windsor townships, passing Into Messopotatnln In Trumbull county. When not exposed, pg position generally marked by sn clevnttd ildge nnd by the Irag menls of the sand stouu scattered over the sur face. In no place ntong this rblge has II been quarried in eulllch'nt quantities to Ihiwoujrhly lest Its quality. Il is n continuation of the rock quarries at Amhert, IUtcii, Independence Peninsula, Chagrin Falls, Kirlland nnd otjjer places, nnd which yields one ol the very best building stones in the country. In this county it Is firm, strong-, compact, In places In thick layers, and while nt different openings n diif. r cnl quality of slone w ill be obtained, there is every reason to anticipate that in many places nlong the out-crop sirlctly ilrst class stone will be obtained, both for building and for grind stones. The same formation underlies iho greater part of Wayne township, cropping out nlong the easl line of Colebrook nnd In the north part of Wayne, the line of out crop thence turning northward to Trumbull county, nlong the higher lands west of Pymiitiining creek. Here tho rock embraces a larger amount of Iron, nt least .in places, which might give It n tendency to "run" (in the language of the stone masons) or lo become colored by the iron dissolving under the influence of the weather. But it js hero also n strong, durable slone, easily worked, certainly suitable for foundations nnd Ibr bridge building, nnd thorough exploration would probably discov er places w in re slone of thu best quality could be quarried, The citizens of Ashtabula conuly are depen dent entirely upon this formation lor all good building stone to be obtained within the limits of their county, nnd it is ibis fact which prompts ine to take the liberty of making these explanations. Experience has shown that when properly worked, a quarry of good building alone is a soiircc of ns much profit to the owners as a cual bank. Ol course, such a quarry can be worked only for local purposes unless rendered accessible by railroads. But with I he large demand in' your county and nlong Ihu Lake Shore for such stone ns can here bo obtained in unlimited quantities, I pre sume It will not be long before thu enterprise of tho citizens w ill make this source of wealth available. Yours, very truly, M. C. REED. Ri:kd, Editor Tdrijmvh. The Zanesvillo City 7Ye (Independent) lias come out for Grunt and Wilson. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A LECTURE ON TUB CUSTOMS, Manners and Habits of tho Interior or Turkey In Aula ! will he delivered ut AHI1TA III1 1. A li t LI., On Tuesday Evening, August 6th, 1872. l.rcture to commeiict at S o'clock. Ily Mr. AVKIlIS P. MAHlilHOSIAN. mi Artncnlnn.a nnlivuuf Amblr, on I lie It ver Kiiiilnulen. This Lecture on A tunic 'I'm key is lie- ilrt ever writ ten anil delivered by a native. hi the I'lilluil Milieu. Il I IiiltIiIv liitriieiivu und inieivniiiiL'? rnil ni vm.i..iv huh (IuiiiII, mid ciiiiiiiln mail) au.'itrUlu Incident). All .lt-ftlMI S.IIV. Tile Lecilll-er 1. u converted Armentitn. nml hit. -nma to Oil. eiiiiiury looliiuln tl ilioruwgli ediiemlim. In (11111II fr liiin-elf for nila.loiiiuy labor unions Ills coiiiiirwiuni. Ills Ic.tiiniiiiUjH Iroia (jjicthtirir, til., u-hclo lie Im been suidviiiir. and connected u-iih nu l'n..ii.i,ir.n rniircli, nru null us to eoinuiciid hub lo the luvor aud eoiilldi-iice ol the public. 1'UBLIG SALE. 1 HE undersigned w ill offer for sale nt Public Auction, nl ihu lute rei-ldenee of KiitlianU-1 llmiimli, ileeeiiscil, on Snlurnay. thu gllh iliiyiif Auuil.l, ISIS, Hie goods and thilllcU or nda lli-eeusi-il, eoiiMrt lug 111 pa. tuf One row, live Yenrlluus, one hog. .Mov-l"-' Muililiie, I'Iihk, lliiir.iwA. Fiiriaiug I'lousil. Ac. Sale ui riiiiun. iii in nine o'clock. A. St. Terina, All illri-llil- uiiiuieiliir; to lliree dollars or le.-a tJ bu p.iid le cikIi; nhovi. Illlll Mini. IiiiIl-. ui mik limnlli. ulili I.. (rood sureties, will be lukini. . . . C MANN, Educator. Plyinoulli. O., .Tuly SO. ISTJ. is -at XTOl'lUH Taken up nnd impounded, J. byllie M.irslial of the village of Asliiiilinlii, on t ho 471 li duy of July, two two-yein-old Hellers color. n-a ll' ....I... I I... i. I ....I .- i ..... .. ..... ,,,,,, lM v nm u.iiiiuiimiui i eu nayp, they will bu Mold us thu luw ilu-ecla. lor the llll Vllll'llt ill' fxjiuiic.i. JAMES TtlUUHl. Aijrlml. AHliirOmln, July 3, 7i-i GREAT EXCITEMENT IN ASHTABULA ! ! OVETt the inimenso stoik if Goods at the NKW YOHK STORK of Oho. Itk h . Hlnek. coasl.lliii' ol Dry Uoodp, I nUm wear, .Notion. Ac. c. ,iuw every WOMAN can m-t Honda to nutt, nnd nt rcw lo vult. TIiums . K"til tti tt colli -o low tin lo ui-IoiiImIi all. Ttio ohl War lrit linvt Inmn tlnh nvvny wiih-Al'1't ALL KILLED ! ! A. fall assortment of Onlleos, Mnsllns. Victoria LnrVna, Drills, Sheeting- and lloaluiy, at thu Lowest Laics, Alto a large stork of Oents' Furnishing Oooda. THE Good are all freati and new, ami every- CODY inn be nulled. Tba Oooda art told at T 33 11 II I li L Y Low Prices. W are poalilya we cannot b 13 33 AT EN !! Come nne-Onnia all, and nallefy youraclvea ai to Ike triilb of this atalvuiuut. G. RICH A BLACK. JOUbnla, July m, IsTt. 1170 Petroleum Oil! E WISH to say to our friends an.d w eaalomera that wa lest avcry barrel of llila Ol! befot kind we nell lo maud 110 rteifreca of beat Fahrenheit oner ii lor aaie. n t win cuaraniea an oil or tuu . in i. a Hii safe for use. 1 hi. I. acknowledged by all Uuamleta lo he perfveily tr you wi.n to Do euro ol gettiuir lua on )ou waul for afety, give u a call TOMBKS DltO. M-tf Kelirnary , tfnft thy the' AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT. m cot-)n hixid . , keaux run lUM&ntJTE rsei After fmir yrara experience with till. Paint, we ckeer fully racounueud tt. Wa an preparod lo do . AUKINDtrOr rilSTlKfi with naatneta and deanatch. wtlk all her tba "ATaanV t'alul or lbs beat of Lead and O'l. SKY MOIli, OIDDINOS t TO. A.bMkbula, O., Mareb l.i. Wla. , lllsvif Real estate fou sale on avorabl terms. All of Hie Krai KelaSa uf lae kale TUOS. atlTcngLl.fofl'er.-d for.nl. by A. T. III'BHAI(I), J. L. MITCIIkLU, f Kaacatora. AiditabuU, Aprlt to. tr.S. M tf THE OLD-CAULISLK TAN NEK Y PHIS OLD IIUSINKSS STAND HAS J- pHrn purc hnx'fl O. Zt-tlft A Bro. wiw w put ting It to Utuabett iioni"AiitlcutQ In ttw i MANUFACTURE OF THE VARIOUS ' KINDS OF LEATHER. To mpply fhli work thoj are In want of HIDES ami SKINS, for whtrh r ash at th hh;hest market irlces la puld. Their Leather f of tlir bent o,ntility, a fnct thni Sndlereioid Sliee-ninkers H1 reanie o trial, and of all the variomdescrlitionf. FINDINGS. We hare also on hand a full and azeettent ntipt afa thedlnYTnklnrtof BIIOEMAKEH9' FT PINGS, rhWi 111 be old on the moat reasonable terms. Oivensaenll. A-litabslt. 5ov.l4,S71. i i"1 o. hktlb nno. Or IXTIUIEST TO ALL ! O Ia O l? 3E I I TXT Gr . J. 31 A XS FT 7? L ) A CO., ' S2 PUBLIC SQUARE. CLEVELAND, OHIO. "jV'DTW ITIISTAN DIN G Die advnnee X i In mrttcrial wo H-rr hfry fo uny trr hnn I nble to fiipply our ciutonmir wit l mil iwiuriul tlmngu of prkv, Oiirslmk Irtrtror thnn pvit hfcrrp. ind w arc Jitft hirw.-ipt ol lliu LATEST KIHtS STYLES, both m Ti-yui'ii tlic cut nut I ntylo or tnuturltil, - SPRING OVERCOATS. We have nil irrflpn ppvcral now fliaflpf. nnd tho etyle are tb very bent. iV.cr very uuxlemtt, COATS. The New Market Cont, lliu Entrllrh Wnlklnff font, and Mte Derby urv Ihc k-uainy; Hiyli'8 iVir biifinuiftf. PANTS. Wa vary In nny ny lo pleaso onr trade. Hlrlrira, mixinres, nnd hinL-oiiuls art! worn, but Fine Htrliea are Terr stylish, la Kine imuts ive have the larireet a.sort- ineut In Cleveland, anil show some elcgnul patieros. e ;uiirniiii i;ooo eiyieiino perieci ni. Cio lo Muiisticld'e for a Jr'inu 1'ui-t, Summer Vests Are one of Mnn.fleld'r Specialties, nnd tn both the double and tii;le breast we shall have a folk lite. CONTINENTAL VESTS. Hf'OTOIl SVITS all Uradea. Ilkw !), I0, 15, (UH.&a. $-.'ll. t-Si. -.'7. HOY!' ANf I'lllLUKRN'S rLOTUIXO.-Mothere will Sod tt wilt reiniy thein to examine our Boys' ntid Chilrlieirs Clotiies. ill tlile depnrnuent we oiler fen-cuti ivi-in. GENTS FUP.NISUING GOODS. We nlwavs hflvii on hnnd a Ilrst elas sioca of flentle- tnenV FiiriiNliiu cood, iticludinx bprin i'nderweur, (;loves. &c, Ac. S11IHTS of nil Grade. Tie finest white ah.rta In the market. I'hitfKcT p'ittino. a wrrALTr uf cheviot shirts. Of which we luivo several crudes, and aie scllliiff Sft per cunt, below lliu murkel price. Oemttne Scotch Cliuvtots, IP CO H US II 50 i INI I 7ft 1 00 Aim rlcnn Cheviots, All warranted fast colors. J. MANSFIELD CO., 6i rubllc Pfiunre. Cleveland, Ohio T offer sneclnl Inducements to mv Anhtnlmta Contite friends, and ma confliliiit I can make It a siivinu; unl economy, besides uivlni; yon a stylish article, to uiaka a Irlpto Clevetnnd, exiiinlne und bay mv i;oik1s. i iiiiiku my AshiHUuut Irude the .nine Itiienil discounts of last season. JOHN MaWHFIKLD. Q f l I ' P Pi H P B 5r n o 3 d Q P 0 H 1 it pi 2 r O 2 J f (D S p Q O 14 H b -8 . ti 0 0 d 0 M CD (D 0) 3 3 n O o 8." &5 O O in S 3 Agency Office. H. FASSETT & SON, ILL pivo prompt attention to the pule, iiurehase. and reiitnl ot Heal Kslalo. tn Fire and Life lii'iuance lu rtielcln-e I'ompanlca. Nei.oltatllis: Louie. t r; iiiu aaa Ackuovt-ivUjfiiur ovvoe, iaoi ig.i-e., Coulrsct.. W l is, Ac. A.blubula. O.. Dec. 7lh, 1S71. Son ACHES TIMUKItKD LAND In Denmark, near th. line of the Jsmestouii branch ItaUnwd. Also, almul 1H uillite from sutd laud, IS acres of land, oa which there is a Saw Mill iu i;ooit order. Will be sold on louff time If desired. 1SI AOIIR FAttM In shcftleld. ona half under pood statu of cultivation. IIiiIIoIiim" new. Rood fruit and liv t.iirwaier. (IihmI OmtMr on purl of farm. Terms low. Enquire at tins otttca or of lieu. W. Uunrain, on prem l.ea. ISO ACKK DAIRY FARM, on Turnpike. Aa.llabnrg, near Vlllsae. Uuod bulldloira. Will be .old oa loon eredit If tlwlrd. Ennsiir at tbl. oflk- or of A. W. llailuy ou premUef, IIOfSE AND LOT of 9 teres near Aehtabala Village, with au out lot of II acres, part timber hall a mile Irora It. A rare chance for a bomusleaU. Kuqulre at Hue of fice or Harvey farri.h ou pnuulsea. llol'KB and LOT on Camp St., wilh good Barn. BulldiUMe nearly new. Price very low. not'SK anu LOT oa Proepeet St., with Rood Barn and choice Fruit, lare Lot, and rcry deatiCblo. Tunas rea.ouable. Dl'Ll'TII CITY LOTS. Sereral desirable Lots la Dublin cau be had at a banjalu. MICillUAN AND M'tSPONSTIf LAND8.-S Acres laud uear Suglunw Clly aud euoaorea la Kb-liland Co., Wlo-ouoiu. Will bu sold or exchanged lur lull la A.b libula Conuly. lll'lLhlNO LOTS, ta dlflereat parti of the VilU- for sale on easy leru., THE KKTTLKTON FARM, Ike Premium Farm of the County, l.-aaily ltuatd, only I ! nillee from Ashtabula Village I eontatiia Snoacrea. wiik Kod build Iuk, clioice frait and eever falllna apruifra of pare wa ter. Term very reaMinable. Knqutre of Mr. Nellleloa ou tbe ptreuilaua or at Ibte e-euy. GOOD HOTSB A LOT. next Sealb of Preebyterlaa Chaoef. en Park St., In Aahiabula YtlUire. A very de slrsuie loeatloa aa II la aear the bu.lue.. centre. UOl'SB GOOD LOT. on North Side of Proeuect St., .bortdknuuce Weal of Station St. FARM HOI'SB wilh new bandings, t miles from thle Vtllaire oa Plank Hoed, with IS aeneuf good laud, plan lUfl'' juudiwu,ru "uUwouM miake a coaJorUble tt ACRI8 OF LAND adjolaina the back afeane. Tbl. laud will be Mdd aeparate from er la coaaectioa with above naiaed Bo-.we mmI It Acree. 11S DRY GOODS! E. H. GILKEY, Km jaat opeaed a M ef the Celobialed Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves In Sarin; eorn-t aad black. Doable aae) single button IVLRT PAIR WAIin ANTED. AAov the Jaqnlttvr rinrsel. BHmMe'a CtoTeHliag Coraet, UovSlrls and Bu.llea. PARASOLS IN THE NKW STYLES 333L.ACK SILKS- Cheney Bro.'s American and Lyon'e Silks All (jualttlei BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE TAFFETA SILKS. JAPPANE3E SILKS, IN STRIPES A FANCY PATTERNS. A variety of Dress Goods, ta Vlaidt, Stripu and riai Miituni. PURE MOHAIR IN COLORS, VERT DESIRABLE FOR SUITS. GUIPURE LACES. Heal and Imitation Laces. Hamburg Edgings. II ONI TON BAND- WHITE CORD AND STRIPE PIQUES. CORDED NAINSOOK. 15 PIECES WniTE VICTORIA LAWNS.' 8-4 BLACK GRENADINES. SILK STRIPE GRENADINES IN COLORS. PATENT LINING FOR GRENADINES. Black, White, and Drab Crinoline.. Nottlnuhaai Laccr, Window Shades and Holland Fixtures, Cords, Taeaele. c. 1 1 -4 White Counterpauce. While guilts, very cheap. Table Linens and Napkins VERY CHEAP. Crashes, Hack and Dazaash Towels. Hon Poplins, ail Silk aud Wool, al 1.DU. The Stock of Domestics xa jcuxai TICKS, DENIMS, COTTONADES, , STRIPES, v CIIECKS, " 5-4 PILLOW CASE COTTONS, a .0-4 SHEETINGS, Ac, All of which will be oh1 at TERT CLOSE MICE fer CASU. E. IL GILKEY. liMabtHr,taa. . ua 1 THOS. II. HOPKINS, OCAL nnrl IsTfiCMf!rAL Mtrairt Teacher, Orand Irtvrv taatltate, Auttlnntir. O. Will devotee portion of bin spsru lime lu Tuuiug riaaoa and iriviiiH Ic.nnne elMwhere. Anillubiuiih, v., Juno HO. ISTt. llU-tf " AVANTED. OH TEAMS ami Filly Men. Stea.ly ' V work, and tbe hlirhe.t (olny waive paid for tea" aud Men. Apply at our oftlce at Kin. man, O., at once. kisLAMAilkllHUOH. CCK,, 9nCTI0PPraCi am) Sewirfs immefli- WVatoty, to help ret ant Timber, tllgheee gonr wajres puid to sood, Chopper lot the eea.oaw Arpll at onr oftlce at Kln.iaau, Trumbull Ceooty. (). llxLAJAlluli BUOS. A CO. Jnly IS, WT?. IS-tt NEW MAP OF OHIO. AGENTS Wanted for a New ami DRAITTIFVl. Ut At OP OlflO, " (1-tng Ratlrnnd', ronnlree. Townships, Cilice and VIltiiKe. Kallroad Hurvev,- Stations. Ac., alotinau , for Counties and Cities for IRTu j the whole handsomely colored and mounted. Price, f-i.MI. l.srce oonimisalou to Airent. Aim, aaipsttu t'liarte, Medal,, gendl for circular. R 8. 6REEN, ' gfls Superior Street. Cxivennp, O. - Shingles! Shingles 11 T T. RANDALL, nuiMtaeturer of and denier Vn all kind orHhhiehw. kavlnr made arrsnuutiieaia rn Micbiuun le prepared to fuxntsbi any ainouat of lhifi or nther Sliinfffe, on the shortest notice. Mannfasloryal Itftcaeock' hop Ahtabulrt. Ohio, where lie-wilt at all liaiee be fonad, tend v to attend to all call in bi line. Ashtabela, May 1A.1KT. - llM Sm EXECUTOR S NOTICE. "VTOTICE'rs herehv piveik that the nn 1-' iters tpif has heea rTrrly nppoftitwl and Ojnaftlled a nTxecotor on tbe eatue of Natiianirl Hakna, deceased, latu of Plymouth, Ashtabula County. Ohio. COLLINS E. MANN. -Jnlyfl. 1BT8, TO-St . . STRAYED upon the premises of the Snbscrlber, on the ISth el Imr. a Bundle Two Y'car Old Heifer, which the owaer will please Identify, pnv charges, nnd takeaway. D. It. 1FAKOO. Ashtabula. Jnly x, lS's. H-t New Goods RECEIVED TniS WEEK AT TYLER & CARLISLE'S Twenty Pieces Victoria Lawns, at 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 and 00 cents per yard SWISS MUSLINS, BISHOP LAWNS, DRESS LINENS, OTTOMAN SHAWLS, WHITE SHIRTS, STRIPE 11 AM BRAY'S. ' We are offering Great Bargains in ', ' MarsaiUes Sjyrcads I . AND LINEN NAPKINS! at Black Alpacas at last Fall Prices. Great Reduction in Price of PARASOLS, AT TI LER Jb CARLISLE'S. Ashlabula, Joce 15, 187. ' lm Pay ns you co then yoa will know when you are. going, how far you ha i;oiie, and when to stop BLEACOED COTTONS, FANCT CASSLMKOS, LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS. OTTOMAN REVERSIBLE, POPLtNS. PERCALES. PIQVIS, JAPANESE SILKS, LINENS, LAWNS, LACES. CtTRTAINS, BRUSSELS, I PLY, INOXAIR, AND HEMP CARPETS. EDGINGS, EMBROIDERT, COLLARS, CUFFS, DRESS BUTTON S AND TRIMMINGS, TICKINGS, DENIMS', CHICKS. CORSETS, HOSiERT, GLOVES, PARASOLJ, SUMMER SUITINOa. Also a full line of Ladies LACE, CONGRESS and BUTTON GAITERS Walking Shoes, Slippers, Childrent' and Misses' Gaiters, ' Hens' Call Shoes A Boots, Ladles' Goat, Calf and Morocco Lace Boots, Traveling Baskets, Satchels, Umbrellas, Cottoa Vara, Bat tine, Table Llnea. NAPKINS, TOWELS, etc. In fact all goods usually found la a flrat alaea tore can be bought very cheap for cash, ! II. L. MORRISOIT. Aahtabula, O., April 18, 167t , H EVERY DAY I am receiving and opentac aav aad seetrakl ana ought wiih caab. U. U MVKRa6o57 I HAMILTON A BRAT'S , BeaailoM Coxae la the beat ta taan lot tha . A MOhatamritv , WALL PAPER. ' ' ;' A aw atook l(t received at MOJUUSONf . A FULL LINE oV "' '' 'Z Crockerr aad Table Cation HXUaUtSO" , .