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9. HOWARD, ; : rEnrroa. aers PaerxirToa.
t. D. fiOX. rr : h s : (iawun tame.
Warrea, Wednesday," Feb 14.
Good News from the Empire State-
Seward Elected by a Sweeping majority
—What it means.
"i"' ISxwaks was elected U. S. senator on
lis lth Vr tht legislators of New York
by a majority of 18 in the Senate and
40 in the House. The New York Leg
islature Las spoken out upon the great
question of the political age, and its
yo.c3b slerT noble and 1nspiring.The
peculiar situation of New York politics,
maier th1ruTt,o)'oVs:rable-in "itself
at any time, peculiarly significant, and
pregnant with promise at "the present
time. JVe, have .known all ong that
the heart of the magnificent' Empire
Statwuxijht..WeJieliejred hex pulse l
beat strong and true in opposition to
pro-slavery oppression, and. executive
rascality it the same time it has been
evident thatjlie faetionaljgcal divisions
which-4isU-acted ihe community, .seri
ously etood m the way -ef any fair .and
just expression of the real sentiments of
the'pebple through ' the TiaTfot'Tjc-x.
Srik jiTrmey argjr oa not wrong in say-
ti mr efP- Wmm not tbe' election of Ol-AKB
last faTrTipoffe" great Republican fssne-
a glorious expression of the sentiment
of the'State ? 5 Yes," that was -unquestionably
an "expression of the sentiment
of th people, but not a just one! Had
it not" teen fop the distracting" causes
above mentioned, Mr. Class, instead cf
being elected by1 a meagre majority,
would lave been elected by the largest"
vote.1 evef received by abernatorial
candidate in the State.1 We say we look
at "the triumphant election of Wm. H. '
Seward of tht present time, as" peculiarly1
cheering'to ' the lovers of Liberty and
theireoinitry. Out" reasons exist in the
following facts. "Mr. Seward, as a mem-'"
bef bT the last Congress took decided'
anf nnflinching 'ground during the no-'
tofibnS Nebraska straggle, against that
nefarious 'scheme,' the consummation "of
Which'will: be" an eternal stain upon our
checkered 'annals.' -In "that 'hour, so
fraught wfth honor for a noble few, and
infamy'for a treacherous majority;' the
Senator from New York was found nran
uHy'dobg' battle with the Macedonian
oand, who, byj their heroic" efforts je
deemed the Senate of 1854 from unmiti
gated disgrace. While'daring'" and nn"
acropulons demagogues plied all the nn
atkrwed weapons of deception, bribery'',
and ratimidafioni and weak or "ambitions
ejeophsntij'waveied from -the;path of
Muty and' trampled :npon their strangled
"eoivrctioris--whilV traitors violated the
-saefed' -trnst foT their outraged constit
uents, and pledges, solenmly given upon
'the eTeciidneering rostrum- were broken
'amid the indignant execrations of the
"'men' they had deceivecV-then and there
the eyes of the lovers of Liberty and the
foes of oppression iwlid watched the strug '
K'nsuo0 n"4 painful interest,
"turned with noble pride:and approba
on 1& ""New York's gifted Senator,
"there where - Chase Wade and' Sumsei
"-stood a' Northern man 'could" look, and
'feel ntf blush 6f sliame mantle his' burn
'ftg"" DI6w Vi3 cj i,kr o.' ,'H.--r-Tf.'' r-i
The supporters of 1he' Nebraska -' Bjll
and the Admistratien, felt that in "Mr.
Seware? frdm'TN. T tteyad clearly a
e powerful! and 5riecrtptible foe. And1 a
tf'Vow' as pledged, deep and bitter in their
'riniMg heart, tor drive hfm from the
Senate at the next election - Means not
ieretofore' used -were instituted for that
tadLT The pro-slavery influence was ral
. -fied said combined, nd e very means, e
?efet ir well "a4 - public Vu brought to
beauty the slaveocrats, to accomplish
the one end-the defeat of Mr, Seward.
e They all failed, and die result places the
State in something like its true position.
It is an Unmistakable endorsement of the
eoorseAsf ' Mr. Seward in the'. last Con- '
' gres it is s stern and merited rebuke '
l he attempt, to; dragootf the State "
-Tnl6" support of the Nebraskaite.T Had '
Seward 'ben defeated, the leadingad-'
"ministrationtsts, Vith the whole tribe of
pro-shvery "curt, -yelping at their heels
Awould lave gone : off' in - full cry, pro- j
Claiming 'that -tie NfY. Legislature
condemed' the former in the course, '
Tand endorsed the shameful acts of Is si '
winter. As it is the indication is eqaal-Ij-as
plijn thi a&er !oy ,This is one'
more cheencg result added" to tne bril
"liant list of repub! icaif triumphs in the
eieQtJon which have taken place since the"
"assageof the Nebraska Bill, and bearing '
J ngf' directly upon the course of policy
which; 'created,' advocated -and corisu-fi
mated that master piece of -pro-slavery"
.iniquity.. ' r
t c; ' r-J ''' '; - . . f :
, It makes us clad to think of the cbeei
,which these triumphs of Freedom carry' "
the heart which were sickened by; the
discouraging events . ' of last", year '
.h .h.n I.. tl. - t . . ( . '
re"have'"askeraf .the jiead of this ar-
ticlewhat do these latter events mean? 1
We." are triad to answer, that nupAtinn "
: .' ; - -r -..7. ;
!They .mean that the" last' crowning act ef
theslave power have opened" "the eyes of
the opponents ot slavery in the j orth and i
,n mtirui aft'tlipv npTpr nnpnAfT !--'
, . . ., -
.hre- that the old ties of party are snap- '
P'nff like pack thread in the. fire of a nni-'
jKversal sentiment which is fusing togeth-
r the noble andT the' 'true of all " parties '
.and sects, and thai the anti-slavery mass
n es are- rapidly forming pio a great and
eonsistt-nt JNational Party which ' shall
aween with'a iu ample bounds, from all
parts i of the' union, the true friend of Lib
" erty'and ItepubficanUiri. A : meaning",
heart-cheering and sublime.'5 ' ' ''"
sn?a Ti people cf Ciicgo.are apprehen
tfiiU ske iof .great .amagp Jq tjte property
JtoAe, Of., that city, if, the frsp fccavy j
snow on the ground shall uss p'l witha
ran," as wai tbe'fas'e in j'-tjn
mu. i -."J ': "iJi
A Dtii. mill lew buuw. i m - uiwiftu .
. , , , . j
by ram, and tle accumulation tsused
the des'iuctjon ui property to the amount
looking over the last number or the for-
tage VenoTal to find some very grave
charges laid at-or door. We re accus
ed of "mendacious and wholesale calumny"-
haying "deliberately borne false
witness" and utU ivd,'nnmtt!ga'ed falsc
hool"i, And for what ? Whyi the ed
itor quotes from the W. R.1 Chronicle an
article making strictures upon the course
of certain editor, who, bavin.; bookstores,
advertised Ida May as lh work of Mrs.
Stow, and mentioning the Por'agt Den
ocrat as an instance, and says that no
adrertatmeut of the kind indicated ever
appeared in the Democrat and therefore
we are called oil those hard names. We
hare simply to say that the article quo
ted never appeared in the Ckronide, an J
was writen by no person having any con
nection with our paper. Mt appeare
in the local column of the Mahoning
Free"Dom6crat nnrler the" name nf Ar J .
Underwood, local .editor of-that paper.
Our Ravenna friend.has Staked up the
wrong passenger, but "we are toe good-
natured tt "quarrel, so we simply reft r
him to Mr Underwood, with the friendly
warning not to shoot again quite so much
at random, especially, when his piece is
charged with such eoarte shot. . ;
We were not a little astonished in
an(f mructive to discover what are the
icon fictions, the. doctrines and the teach
bcary of tl.j numerous Jesuit schools io
rour" own coijntry; to what extent iiiey
Pstvatb advices from St Petersburgh
to the 11 tb represent the tone of public
feelings to be decidedly pacific. A peace,
it is said," will be acceptable to the bust
ness men of that city. . u , . ,
: Pro. M apm says the' Peach is the
lineal, - though much improved decen
dant, of a bitter almond, in which the
ancient Persians used to diptheir arrows
to make them poisonous.
' Th bombardment of Graytown will
Drove an expensive lob, and one which
, - .
should sink the present administration
The English, German and French claims
upon "our Government ' already amount
to a million and a naif of dollars.
IwSxASOJtlThefrigate Sabine, whicb
has been on the stocks at Brooklyn navy
yard thirty years, and whose keel(ac
cording to tb New York Timet) once
rotted away,, was launched on Saturday
last, . H t ,
Cofcosd, Fsb. 5th. Rev. 'John Moore
pastor of the Universalis! Society of this
city, and lately K. N. nominee for Gov-
emor, dropped dead in the street this
morning probrbly from affection of the
heart. ,fr .,:,i '-.t
v Cape Island, Feb. 1. .A man cutting
down an old tree near Cape May Court
House, discovered the remains of a man,
which are; supposed, to be those of Mr.
Smith,, who mysteriously disappeared
about. 16..yearswgo. , The overcoat,
boots, Ac;, are with the skeleton.
Tbk golden tiara presented to the Pope
by Isabella of Spain, is more magnificent
than anything of .the kind in the Vatican
It is encrusted with . eighteen thousand
brilliants, so set as to throw off rays at
all points, and to form around the. holy
father's head a halo of light like the glo
ry "ef a saint.
" A strong prohibitory liquor bill passed
the "Illinois House of Representatives by
a vote of 4! 'to ttl The Chicago Tri
bune says it is remarkable met that eve
ry "Republican and every Whig voted
forth'e bill,"and "every Nebraskaite with
four honorable exceptions, voted against
it. 'Nebraska and Whisky go together
in" Illinois.1 ' X ; t- .: ui rjz-i
Thk suit of ' the executors of Daniel
Webster and G. B. Duncan, against the
city'New Orleans ' for 850,000 for pro
fessional" services in the case of Mrs Myra
Clark Ganes against the city of N. Or
leans and -'Borne three hundred other de
fendants, was recently tried in New O;
leans. The jury" did not Agree upon a
verdict and were discharged. .' The case
is to be tried over ajjain. - I'-j
Tbk Artesian well in" Charleston has
been,' bored though another layer of rock
and has now reached the depth of twelve
hundred and twenty-five feet.' The wa
ter,' which is of fair quality, gushes out
at the rate of .twenty -five gallons' per
minute," and the Xcvt says that an elder
ly gentleman who drank of it daily for
three successive weeks gained in health,
in appetite, and seven pounds in weight.
.Accruing: to private accounts', of a
completely, reliable character, lrom bt.
Petersburgh, great distress is experienc
ed in that city, and much dissatisfaction
prevails at the hardships imposed by the
war. It is mentioned that in all church
es prayers are offered forpaace." 'As re
ligious services in Russia are subject to
direct control .of the "Government this
statement is somewhat remarkable. '
Death of , a.;(Kiho. Karaehameha,
the third King of Sandwich Islands, died
at the Royal residence on the 15th of
December..- He. was 41 years of age.
His son, Kamehamcha IY, immediately
ascended the thronev and issued his pro
clamation ,to the people.. Probably the
world will wag on, verymuch as it did
before , this . event was known" to the
rest of mankind. : t , , .
j;. Timks Oct Wist. A eorrespon den
writing from K Lafayette Co.., Wisconsin,
says' the hard times which are pressing
so heavi'y upon us here are not fuit
there f. The .winter has- been cold and
-dry with little snow. , Wheat sells at 85
cents oats 20 ceuts hay ?3, per ton
and other things in the provender line in
proportion..,. YYe certainly think there
are some advantages at present in being
out wesL? ; t -. . . . .
. : JtsoiT Schools . ia ; Amibica. We
have published at length the addrevt of
the Jesuits to ,the King of Naples. One
of il paragraphs tys that "Jesuits are,
by maxim and education, devoted to ab
solute : monarchy,- in which Catholicum
can alone have secure defence and pros
perity." The Tribune, ia reference to
this avowal, savs, "'it would be curious
. .-. , i r a
instil poison into the minds of. American
. ' . wh-iher thev coutra.lict the !
prolessioi of faith of their European !d
For the Chronicle and Transcript.
Messrs '. Editors : So long, ns man is
a creature of wants, which, as relate to
his, corporeal system, must be supplied
from the fruits of his labor, so long the
subject of finance in some shape and to
some extent must inerest our race,
whether wehave reference to individuals,
communities or nations.
This said withou- attempting to draw
fcom the almost inexhaustable volumes,
developihg the theories and practices of
past ages, or of the present nations euf
fice to say, that aJl goes to demonstrate
one fact, that there has ever been a con
test "bet weeiTcapltal and labor (in diver
shapes rfpd policies truly,) amongst all
civilized nations. J- :- , .'i; ';. U: U:
However desirable and necessary for.
1,. nk!i?. ; i... k- A
rinthat 'interests so ' necessarily t dependent;
upon each other should"? well together in
peace, rd - harmoniously . co-opera' a to. .
promote each others interests, we must
have shut our eyes not to have seen ,: that
all along down to the present day, wheth-'
er we have reference (to say nothing of
others, ) sither to our own of our mother -country,
we have been still reminded
of. the truth of a poetical sentiment, - - -
"Thoogh Capital an Law forever are at itrife, '
Thar oa aacfe oUmt depend aa ouch aa aia a and wife
It is notnecessary to- recur particularly
to any portion of the varied .ways and
meansby wliich'theeontroversy with all--its
varied appliance and - mental nd
moral friction 'has been carried on and
come down to ns unsettled and unabated. -It
is seen at a single glance at the sub
ject, and suffice it to say that the contest,
though the same in prinniple, is of ne
cessity carried on by ways and means '
differing htre very widely from those
most common, for - instance in England.
There the feesimple cf all the. terra
firm a is in the hands 'of the few. Here
the wise and continued policy of ;our
philanthropists,' statesmen and patriots
has ever been to encourage the greatest
possible number to be freeholders and .
freemen. Having a home of. their ovm,
they would as per consequence, have and
feel mi interest -in our government, and.
all connected with our national prosper-
ity in peace or in war that would other. ,
wise be impossible. . : -.. , .
'It is scarcely necessary to say that in
England the contest goes oh in exactions
of exorbitant rents, that studies to leave
the laborer the merest fraction of the:
fruits ofjheir toil that will sustain Jhem
in being to continue to cultivate the soil
or pay the laborer in manufacturing
establishments, the most trifling wages
that can sustain them, as the avaricious
wretch will feed his teams certainly,' but
sparingly, only what is indispensible to
keep them in strength to perform theit
hard and daily labor.' .' L,t ' iT ' 1
. - Leases and rents from tenants we hare
heard of rather than known much about
as alse of wages and strikes of the
employed ia manufactories Ac." "J"",.
The sum total of both in this country
make but a small, fraction of our popu
lation and their uses or abuses tell but
lightly upon the town or interests of so
ciety or policy of pur governments either
state or national. -. . , ,
It is not in relation to these certainly
in Ohio of the Western Slates that cap
ital is brought to bear upon and contend
with labor to any considerable' extent
The contest here sounds in dollars and
cents.. Capitalists have their wealth
manageable in money, and the strife is
not about low wages and high rents, but
high per ds.' y Jl large proportion of
Western wealth is in eash capital (wheth
er owned in or out of the State,) in char
tered and unchartered banks, in' the
hands of brokers and those of - numerous
individuals, 'the chief business of whom,
of all, but banks limited and restricted
by law, is spider' like continually to spin
and weave their webs to catch and de
vour their prey." They delight in 'no
song but the miser's low chuckle, in no
feast so much as at the sight of a broth-.
er whose needs afford them opportuni.
ties of granting relief at a rate of vil-.
lanous extortion ever proportioned to the
ascertained magnitude of his necessities.
-'Having arrived with' as much truth
as brevity to the subject of -usury or ex- '
tortion if indeed there be ' any longer
such subjects, if the terms be not obso
lete Ipropose in my next briefly to give
those subjects ' a passing notice which
will of course be regarded as relating to
existing realities or to those of antiquity
according to the views entertained in re
lation thereto. ' - -' - - ".
", I may,' ' without forestalling appriso '.
my readers that our interest law lying in
my course will 'claira and shall receive
some attention its professed 'objects,
its Operations, direct tendencies and ef
fects, moral and financial. . ,.
. -- .' . !. .An Observes,
. There really seems to be some pros-
pect of peace. The recent arrivals hare'
not brought any more fighting news,
but on the contrary the diplomatists ap-
eartohave agreed upon a basis of peace.
here is as yet no confidence that Rus
sia is in earnest in her offers, but a short
time will tell.1 - : ": :-":-.r 1
' -The F6o 'Powisv The four points
to which Russia is said to have at length
agreed, as the basis of new negotiations, '
are the following: "- ' '
i; The abolition of the- Protectorate
of Russia over Danubian Princip -.lities,
and the privileges cf those provinces
placed under the guarantee of the con
tracting powers. -. , ;
. i 2. The free navigation of the mouths
of the Danube secured according to the :
principles established by the Congress of
Vienua.' ' ' '';' '" " " -:- ' '
-3. Theaevi-ion of the treaty of I3ih
July, 1842, -in ihe interest in the bal
ance of power in Europe.
4 The. abandonment by Russia of
her claim to exercise an official prolec
torage over the Christian subjects of the
Porte (io whatever rite .hey might be
long.) in consideration of - the powers
giving their mutual assistance -to obtain
lrom the Sultan a confirmation and ob-
srvance of the religious privileges of all
For the Chronicle.
For the Chronicle. WHITE SERMONS ON A BLACK SUBJECT.
—NO. IX. BY A LAYMAN.
"Kefuc profueaod old win fbl." 1. Tim. IV. 7.
It has long been the prevailing opinion
among professing Christians everywhere,
that Novel reading" "has a pernicious
effi-ct, especially upon the minds of the
young. Thero are some works of fiction
which are lcs objectionalile than others.
Sune pious writers have, heretofore, re
soned to fiction in the hope of doing good;
but.it has always proved a failure. It
wouldVseem unreasonable to expect iha'
ny man con a Ivance the cause cf truth
by telling ttut.-there Js achss pi
fables or ro nance which should, without
the least hesitation, be" rrjreted by all
who make tl e le ist pretensions to piety
thexJlaai mentioned in tne text
" Profane ami ota juwc , uisun
puished, you perceive, first by being pro
tin-, and secondly by rising Mewnt
ten bv women. Of this class, themosl
abominable work that has ever been pub
lished is that profane fable written by that
old wife of Rev. C. E. Stowe. Of its
profanity there can be no question. The
Rev. editor of the JYeio Tori Observer
pronounces it decidedly Anti-Christian
He says it contains numerous passage
where pure and unde filed Religion is rid
iculed. .We need no better evidence of
its Anti-Christian character than the tes
timony of Mr. Morse. And yet, strange
as it seems, that intense hatred of our
free institutions, always felt, and often
manifested by titl-jd .Englishmen,, and
even by ministers of the gospel in Eng
land and Scotland, has predominated over
every' other; consideration,; and induced
them, contrary to their better judgment
and the dictates of their own consciences,
to speak, in terms of high enconium, of
the Christian character of that abominable
book.- At a meeting in Liverpool, con-
vened for the purpose of welcoming .that
" slanderer of her country" to the shores
of England, the Rev. Dr, M'Neile, speak
ing of " Uocle. Tom's Cabin," said, "i
contains what will never be lost sight of
the genuine application to the several
branches of the subject of the sacred
Word of God. ' By no part of this won'
aertut worn has my own . mind oeen so
permanently impressed as by the thorough
legitimacy of the application of Scrip
ture." Just as if he were speaking of
some - elaborate and profound theological
work written by some eminent Divine !
At Glasgow, the. Rev.- Dr. . Wardlaw
spoke of that. "Profane Fable" as follows;
"A .work of humble name, but of high ex
cellence, and world-wide .celebrity; t
work the felicity of whose conception is
more than equalled by the admirable tact
of its execution, and the Christian beuev
pie nee of its design, by its exquisite adap
tation to its accomplishment ; distinguish
ed by -he singular variety and consistent
discrimination of its characters ; by the
purity of its moral and religious principles;
by.its racy humor, and its touching pa
thos, and its affectively powerful appeals
io the conscience, the judgement, and the
heart. . The man who has
read that little volume without the melt
ingsof pity, the thrillingsof horror, and
the kindlings of indignation, would sup
ply a far, better argument for a distinct
race than a negro.: He must have a hu
manity peculiarly his own. ; And he who
can read it without -the breathings 'of de
votion must, if he calls himself a Christ.
ian, have a Christianity as unique And
questionable as his humanity." What
an insult is here offered to the Rev. editor
of the yitts York Observer who reads
that book, not "with the breathings of de
votion," but with , the kindlings of holy
indignation at its daring impiety.
At Dundee, Mr. Gilfillan, speaking of
the old wife and her fable, said, "It is the
work of an evangelical Christian ; and
the piety of the book has greatly contrib
uted to its power. I look, indeed, on Mrs.
Stowe's volume, not only as a noble con
tribution to the cause of emancipation,
but to the general cause of Christianity.
At a meeting of the " Congregational
Union'! in London, the Rev. John Angel
James (a name once venerated here as
well as in England) expressed Ins admi
ration of this pernicious work as follows :
"For my own part,- it is not merely an ex.
position of the evils of slavery that makes
me hail, that wondrous volume to our
country and to the world ; but it is the
living exposition of the principles of the
Gospel that it contains. . ;' . ' I
maintain that Uncle Tom is one' of the
most beautiful embodiments of the Christ
ian religion that was ever presented in
this world." - I am glad to learn that one
of the leading religious journals" of the
South has warned Mr. Carter against
sending any more of Mr. James works
there : and I presume that such as have
been received there will be burned.
They will have no further use "for the
printed hypocrisy of a man who, instead
of refusing a profane old wile's fable,
speaks of it in terms of high commenda
tion. . ; t ,.: j, , . .r . .
But while so many thousands at home
and abroad are strangely misled and de
ceived .on the subject of slavery by that
pernicious publication, it is cheering to
the true patriot and philanthropist to see,
now and then, a great and gxd man at
the North rising up, and taking a decided
stand against the fanaticism with which
he is surrounded. Such a man is Rev.
Kehemiah Adams,, of Boston. He had,
very imprudently, allowed himself to read
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," and the effect up.
on his mind was very alarming : but a
three months visit to the South entirely
undeceived him. His " South-side view
of Slavery" is a work which I can cord,
ially recommend to the perusal of very
true hearted American. Whoever reads
it will perceive at once that " Truth is
stranger thmnflct:om." '
Miss Louisa BaABLsr, of Philadel
nhia. made a balloon ascension from
: ... 4
Easton. She ascended to a great height j
when her balloon burst and shV came j
down very fas'. The excitement was
until word came tmv she was nn-r
Correspondence of the Mahoning Free
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 15, 1855.
bkll win piease accept inu ,ur Fuu..
.documents.-!.. We'intenl publish jhe
capital" speech'of the - old war-horse," as -intense
well as that of Mr. Ca.npbell as soon as
Editor Mahioinf Free Oeewerat. Toangetowo, Ohio.
Havinj a desre to he-r what kind of.
gospel we,' the people, are1 paying eight
dollars per nay lor, 1 went jestardajy la .
the Hall of Representatives (o church,"
and 1 had the good fortune to hear the
Rev. W. H. Wilburn, of the Methodist
Episeepal Church, from Alabama, and
it 1 baa naa tne selection ol all the
elergy in the U. S. before-me, and was
to hear but one of them speak on that
occasion, this gen leman would have been
my choice. The history of this Reverend
gentleman is as follows:
beveral years : since, when quite a
young preaenerie chanced to be trav-,.
elling on steamboat on the Sabbath,
coming "npthe Mississippi-River, -oo-
Dosra wnien there were several Con
gressmen wending their way to Wash
ington, and as is their wont," were drink
ing, swearing, gambling fec. This young
preacher's spirit was stirred within him,
and he felt moved by the Spirit to preach .
to them directly.1 He retired to his
berth, made the matter a subject of
praterrbefcre- hit -Gonr-who triveth-
to all men liberally, and upbraideth
not, returnea and requested the pnv- ;
ilege of preaching to them, which was
granted, and at them he went, and gave
them a most scathing and withering re
bake for the ungodly example they were
setting for the nation, and especially to
the youth of -the rising generation, "he
spake as one having authority, and not
uf the Scribes. 1 hose ungodly dema-.
.iifrn. wpr an nlpasrl witli rtia cflndnr
. -o--- I ,
his boldness, his honesty and integrity,
that they brought him on with bim here,
and had him appointed one of their
Chaplains, in which office he has offi
ciated for years with great credit to him
self, and to the edification of his hearers. '
The floor of the Hall of Representatives
was well filled, not however with Con
gressmen,: few. of them were present,
and I was sorry for it, as his discourse
was particularly framed for their espe
cial benefit and edification. I trust those
few who were present "will read, mark,
and inwardly digest it.", Our worthy .
Chaplain commenced the exercises by
reading a hymn, after the reading, he
requested all present to unite in singing'
He then read the hymn two lines at a '
time in the old Methodistic style, acting .
himself as chorister, he then prayed five
minutes by the clock... I have ouly one
criticism to offer on his prayer. He neg
lected the Apostolic injunction to "Re
member those who are in bonds as bound
with them.'-' No clergyman in his open-
ing prayer on Sunday morning who neg
lects this duty, comes up to my humble
views of orthodoxy, for I most sinterely
believe that, "The effectual fervent
prayer of a righteous man availeth '
much." - And, my views of clerical or,
tliodoxy . do not stop here ; he must not.
only pray for the slave, but he must
preach for him, and in addition to pray-
ing and preaching, he must Vote for
him, anything short of the trinity of du-i
ties, fully and faithfully carried out by.
any man professing to be called and sent
of Goo to preach the Ancient Gospel of
regular Apostolical Succession, accord-'
ingto my standard, is rank heresy.'- MrJ
Wilburn. then said, "Let us attend, to
the reading ef the Scriptures." . Our
first lesson was the 23d Psalm. ' Our
second lesson was in the holy gospel' by"
St.' Matthew 5th chapter, first sixteen
verses. The text is written in the 6th.'
chapter of. Gala turns,' part ,-of the 4th
verse, "But let every man prove hia own
work." . After the reading of this text,
he told an anecdote of the Duke of Wel
lington, a young man appealed to him
to use his influence in his behalf to ob
tain an office, the noble Lord replied to
him,. "Expect little from others, every
thing from yourself."
After" opening up his subject, he al
luded to the Know Nothings, stated that
there were clouds looming up over the
political horizon, that no man could have
anticipated twelve or thirteen months
ago, that many of the members now
holding seats in Congress would be "un
horsed," that they must meet their po
litical doom, that those of them that were
actuated by no higher or patriotic mo
t;ve than the "loaves and fishes," would
be served just as they deserved. But,
those of them who had acted from pure
and patriotic principles, would have the
consciousness of having "proved their
own work." He also alluded to the un
godliness of the citizens of Washington
as well as to the members of Congress,
to use his own language he said they
had in the city of Washington, . The
most infernal infidelity," of any place
he ever was in. - It was true he remarked
that infidelity stalked abroad through
the land, but here, "they had the Con
centrated essence of it."- - Our . worthy
Chaplain closed his - discourse,, which
was 55 minutes in being delivered, by
repeating the Lord's prayer, and the
Apostolical ' benediction. I attended
prayeis in the Senate to-day at IS. I
learned that thus far in the present sen- .
sion they meet for prayers at noon, ad
journed at 3 P. M. and hare had three
hour sessions, five days in the week.
I do' not wonder that our Southern mas
ters want their salaries raised to twelve
dollars per day, those "higb-bjrn. aris
tocrats," cannot afford to devote three
hours of . their precious time and talents
per day for eight dollars. They live
too high and too fast for that. They
spead too much for women and wine and
niggers." . 1 hey ought to have it.
Why not ? The north will have to pay
at least two thirds of it. "Here endeth
the second lesson." ' ' " K.
Tub Pbdgbkss or Midical Sciikcx.
-We have just examined a new and
marked evidence of this caption, in a
compound from the East, prepared by
Dr.J. C. Ayer, of Lowell, Mass. Dr.
Ayer is a deep Chemist, and combines
the constituents of this remedy in strict
accordance with chemical principles.
There is nothing secret about it, but the
whole composition and process is pub
lished and made known to the Medical
Profession. We have the Formula with'
full particulars," in the Doctor's own hand
writing, and must in sincerity say of it
and the medicine, that they show a skill'
and intrinsic merit which is worthy of all
commendation. ' The Medicine has in
diseases of the throat and lungs, been
fully tested by all the Medical Colleges
and most of our eminent Medical men,
and is as far as I know highly applaud
ed by them.
While therefore, I am most heartily
opposed to the recommendation of all se-'
cret remedies, I can cordially and in my
capacity of Physician, properly recom- '
mend the Cherry Pectoral o all. Bo- '
cheslrr Banner.' J -
Messes. Uiddiwos, Chasb a.no CAr-
" ' ' ?i 1 . .i i.- r. ti:..
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 15, 1855. Liftlejohn on Oaths-Debate in the N.
" .The AIb,anv Register, understood to
be a KJL t''gB, accuses members of
the ordcHfatlr having; perjured thsm
selve iul UihlerWi&ward. Mr.
Littlejohn, speaker of the House defends
himself thus : t " " ;
The Speaker went on to say, that
something had been dropped ia the course
of the debate, about a combination be
tween the temperance men engaged in
a treat moral reform and those who on
this question SOUgllt to protect the 1ibelr
ought to protci
- '. i '.
ty of the countr,
ao such combi
bef!n, or could
;eadl ytd rjg-had heard so, and
"The" Speaker STrVthuTrumof is a-Jie
Applause, during .which a voice was
heard "clear the gHeryJ r And, sir,
something was said about party obliga-
eations that men were bound by party
oaths, under the dictation of party lead
ers. Sir, I know no party leader ; and
believe no man cn this floor knows a lead
er, unleis it may be those who them-
elves seek to direct ana dictate. ( Ap
plause.) . Parties there will be as Ions
as our institutions stand and party ob
ligations are the result. To promote
common views and principles, men must
act together and if a majomy on tins
noor are opposed to the extension of sla
vry I say not its abolition and if that
majority choose to place Wm. H. Sew
ard again in the United States Senate, as
the tried guardian of human rigths it
will be from d'Ctatioa of party leaders.
Where is the power numbering its 130-
000 that dictates by oaths to its adher
ents what they should do? depriving
them of conscience, reason and judge
ment? Where is the power:
Mr. Lamport (in his seat) You
know. Have you not taken the oath?
The Speaker : Speaking of. oaths, let
me ask an oath taken to murder another
is that oath to be regarded? An oath
to violate a man's conscience is that to
be kept ? Pile up oath upon oaths, ' ay e,
until they reach high heaven' when
they interfere wuh the dictates of my
conscience, I violate the oath. - No oath
can come . between me and my Maker
No oath can bind me to outrage my
sense of rii;ht and ' duty, here or else
where. I hope I am I have intended to
be a man of principle.-! If in an evil
hour, by intrigue or management, I may
have been betrayed into taking an oath
to take my neighbor's life when reason
returns, the oath is laid aside. "If I have
taken an oath in an unguarded moment,
which is to dictate to me for all time to
come, a political course that violate my
conscience reason tests and scouts its
binding obligation.' I hope those who
have taken these oaths will rise like men
above them, and like men like Amer
ican citizens. Talk about Americanism!
The question is one slavery or freedom
It is against the encroachments of one
that we desire to erect a barrier by the
election of Mr beward. 1 Talk about that.
compared with this . mater of ' foreign
influence !, 3Tho latter sinks into insig
nificance, in the contrast. . But let us se
lect a man to' represent us in the United
States Senate who has intellect and grasp
enough to take all- these questions, and
whose question is not limited to one. , ;
We think that if .Mr. Speaker; Little
j ohn comes off with much more honor,
than if he had allowed an oath, taken
blindfold or in the dark, to bind him to
an act which would have violated his
sense of right, nd placed him in a false
and revolting position... The- incident
also gives some indication of the des
peration which characterizes the efforts
of the Slaveocrats to defeat Mrr Seward
and shows the triumph in a still stronger
fight.- - t
Thi Ohio Journal of Education, for
February, is promptly issued. The fea
ture of the present nnmber" is, proceed
ings of the annual ' convention of the
teachers of the State, at Cincinnati. - A
view'of the new school Tiousein Dayton
is given. The Journal is eminently wor
th v the attention of the teachers-and
friends of education throughout the West.
- Thb business men of Mansfield held a
meeting on the 9th inst., in regard to the
grievances experienced by them from the
Ohio and Pennsylvania Kailrood tm
oanv. Z: S. Stocking, Esq., presided.
Resolutions were passed complaining, of
.. . . . . ,if-
or Ihe delay in tne shipment ana aeiivery
of produce, to and from said town. ' The
agent of the Company, Dr. Hildreth, is
complained of as the cause' of' the un
friendly feeling existing towards the Road
in Mansfield.- . i ' j .
Y. Legislature. The Markets.
Warren, Feb. 14.
. 2537r."Tieat. bushel. B9 00
,:. '. 4 SS Corn. ",. ..r . SO
- - SU do Shelled, - ' - 1 00
..-....'.. 5Oata, - " ----- SO
. - 1 SO Dried Apples, 9 S
. v 15 ao.DnedPaachaa, - 8
. . lii. Kloar. 10 00
f rather,, lb.
Hay, ton, -Bgg.
IS. Bacon Shoulders, 1
. . 16l Sides, -'!
.'. . lit; I Hams. I
Butter. : "
Tallow, " '
. j. 9 Surar Cured llama. 08
- - Si S3, Fish, ' lb.. - r K
New York Feb. 14.
Flour. B87 9 80. Corn, $1. Mess fork. 10
Cleveland, Feb 14.
Flour, BJ0 90. Corn.SScta. OaU, 40e. Bat
ter IS ) lSets, Cheese, Be. Tallow, 11 ixete. .
: rVoor. no sales. Con. 8 9 SScts,
Butter, Srkin 11c.
Ia Newton Falls, oa Feb. 7th, by Ber. Leonard
Souihaade, Mr. Dcxwis ATW-raa, of Mantua, Is Miss
IIbts sr W. TBCaaDBM. of the fanner place. '
Ia Warren oa the 5th InsU hy Jeffcrsoa Paha, Mr.
Caacsa Fbeobbk-b, to Miss Buittrri Sbxxxls, both
of Niles. '
On the h.y Ihe Bar. Isaac W teams, Mr. Dins
Wuui, s Miss MsjtT KaLLosa, both of Fowler..
lm Bloomlleld an the 8th InsU by Elder K. WakeSeld
Mr. H. D. BcsaLss of llcaopotamia aad Miss A- L.
Fbbbt, sf the former pjaps. ; i''
By the Ber. P, A. Beana, at kis residencs In Bristol.
Feb. 6th, Mr. Tubosobb 8. Wolcott, to Miss Buxa-sa-ru
CcB-na, both of Farmingtoa. r.
-On the Xth last, at the Bostwick house Caansld, hy
the Ber. Ira Noris, Mr. Jabbs catra, of loungswwa,
to Miss BLiEiSSTu Boas, of AuatiBtssra.; c .. .'
On tbe SU itrak,hy Ber.W.8. March, Mr. 4aaat
Cubb. to Mist SxaU A. TaoBK, Both sf Liberty,
Trumbull county, Ohio. r-
Oa the 3d. Inst- in Youngatewa, by Wa U. Moon,
g, Mr. cunn tUsn, to Miss IsajiBa Hi eta, all
of that place.
Ia Warren. at the Gaskill Mouse, en us tn tank, ay
Jeffersoa Palm, Bsq, Mr. Absbsw Kuta, of Hnbbard.
to Miss iBTTtni Mscbbt of Yeonastowa. i ' i
01 ju. jn, by 0. H. Duaacomb BaqMr. Jobs rut
to Mist Mast Ass Cubb.
ly the t - oa the 8th Inst. Mr. Br sax B. ruiaos.
is Miss Cixouxe C. KunssmmlTU, all of whotherfleld.
At Ihe Bagl ttotet ia Mesopotamia, on tba eta mat
hs. W. W. Moon, asq si. attun .
ma 1, Ct., to Miss Caxousx Moos, of 6mrTa. ;
Pittsburgh. Marriages. Deaths.
Ia Lord stows oa Friday rrealng, Feb. 9th. sf croup,
.Wiluau nsisT. son of Joha and Bowline McKea,
ared f months anj 90 days. . .',.!
In WeathersSeld, Feb. 11th of Typhoid ferar Auxab
txa, 8oa of Oorge and PoUy Campbell, agtil IS yesrt
t months sad 12 days.
Wax death la at Um door, the reaMilj vh'.rh voaU I
hare aaTcd life, if adalaiatered la tiaw. coaea Uo hue.
Do aot triSe o-ith dlaeaae. Bely apoa It, that whea the
oUawche win aot difeotfood when ralntaeaaaiid laea.
itade uemdethe ajrauae hr the alee ia dietarbed
the appetite feeble, the Btiad ktharie. (he aerrea annat-aralte-eenaitiea.
aad the baat "eonfnaed role apoa M
that when than ,ymptjmi eeear, Ihe aooaro-ad- rtealitf
xx falll nr. and that, aalest the mischief U roatptli
cheeked, Kfr vill he aharteaed.ae wrll aa rendered -
erable. Ko know that from a a Mi of teat mot j,
greater than waa easr before eecamofated ,in . Cavor oT
one remedy, that Doofland'l Oaraaa Bitter, prepared
by Dr. C. X.Jeekeon, Philadelphia, will immediately
ahate, and. In the end. entirely remove all of these dis
brdenau swrelyai.a mathrawtiral proeeaa will eetre a
DrabMh. The, the, wiltendar the agooj, and the
-ttfe.iyh health and aaretilthia werh
ad Terti taient.
SKLLKRS'MYBB FILLS. Th rery beet pill bow
Kiu Cm bt IToce, Va.. Jan. 4. 1854.
Hr. It- B. BLBiaaa: Dear Sir. I will Mate that it ia
mr4laJin that year Pill ia pernape the rery beat now
la use a Liver PtIL aad ia sorpaaaed hy aonc aa aa
aaai-bilBMia -nil- H ia rery Jiiehly erteemed in ear
eommamty as a family rill, and ia laat anppiaaaBB; aa
othera. 1 now speak from my owa experience, and
from the experience or many of my friends aad ceate-
P. S. I am permitted to show the original letter, hat
1 oar, reepectrally.
not to pablish the writer's aame.
TO TUB PUBLIC.
The orlrlnaL onlr trwo ami aosmino Lirer Pills are
prepared hy E. B. Sellers, and hare hia name ia black
wax upon the lid of each box. and hia sifaatare on Ihe
outside wrapper all o-rasaa abb coca-raaraiTa. or
.and fvraalebr R. !.!!. at Co Pittsburgh, Pa.
TV.. U 1 m" -"
1L x. BKLLBRS m Co- Proprietors
Fob Baoaran-na, Throat Diseases. Hacking; Coasb.
aad Iboeftecte of impradent nee of Mercury- no meoi-
cine has erer been discovered whle Baa cocoes eaca
cores aa Carter's Spaaish Mixture, . .
Throat diseases pronoeea oy '--,-"
Coach. Bronchial Affecuoos Urer Disease, Neuralgia
and Rheumatism, baring all been reliered aad cared
ia a wonderful manner, by tne great panner oi me oisoo
who doubt. - Call on the Agent and procure a pampoiee
Tbe case of x. 11- aaeiocy aiouv aooora
containing the care waicb will
CONDITION OF THE WESTERN
KJ RESERVE BANK, of Warren. Ohio, on Monday
Cteaing, ren. ath, Ub- . .
' . r-- BBSOCRCBS,
Ohio 6 per cent. Stocks due in 160. depos
ited with the Trees r of state. fl73,lu
setes and Bills of axchanae die-
eoaated,... ...,. 171.S0S Zi?U?U 18
Baakiag Bonsannd Let, . ..i
Deoosits la New York and Phila
delphia subject to Sigtil Draft. Ti.XU u
Gold aad SUrer oa hand. 4 Ml IT
Notes of ether Bank oa band.. . UitSM
AeMutat due from Banaa and f
Bmkers,...-...,.- - 13447 Ml tS
Capital Stock naat In S300jn5 M
Undirided Droits on hand 14,wia 9B
' - '- ' UaBfUTTM. ''"( l":v
Amoaat daa depositors ...$&7JBB9 3i
Notaa ef the Bank ia circulation.
$ 497,1 4
OBO. TATLBB, Cashier.
ARREN fe LAKE ERIE PLANE
Th Annual Meeting of the) Stock holders ethia Oea-
paey for the Blectioa of Officers, was heal Monday, the
Sth lost, and resulted la the alecttea of th asrmer
Board of Directors. The report of the Ti
shows the finances of the Com posy to be ia good eoa-
dition, as will appear oa examination. ...
Julias Dana Treasurer is ape. with the W. ek lv Brie
ruvnk Bead vomgany. .
To Am'teoUes-l : I
ted on Stock, f
sines Feb. ftthi - I
To Interest oot-l
lected on Stk4. 1030
18S4 a Balanc..M.t BH-ti
feb-i Bills PayabU..!lOtM
to Am i res u
BxatHjW. - 1
Thers is In my hands as is shown by tba ekore aao,
$4i4.l8,in addition to this there Is in the hands of tbe
Gats Keepers. 9t. mating the total Cash ssistts
$474.44, from which deduct the unpaid Diridend of Jan
1st lriSS, S340. aad there remains S 134.44. orer aB hay
kilties. The income ef the Bead for the year ending
Feb'ySth is aa follssa, to wtt f ... - - -Asa
Way Niles Gate, tDS.SS
Henry Watsoa 1st Oats oa Baeetta load, - - mtS
Stephen Allen Sad - -.)
Total Tails. :"f''" ' ' s - i-
JUXIUg DAN A, Treasurer.
Warraa Feb-y Sth SS "ML .
READY PAT SYSTEM FOR 1S53.
Messrs. B. L. OIBBS At COare adopting this
system in their business at Windsor. Ashtabals Ce O.
where they are seUiag more goadavand at in wee pilsss
thai any astatolisheaent in their Ticlmty. That is so
coma and try them! They ware war am high aricaa.
They hare bought their goods low, and are seeing how
cbeap'they saa sell thorn and Urav Their motto is
"quick sales and small profile a nimble sixpenc ia
better than a slow shilling." ':.- -
Call aad see them, and they wUI sell you goods lower
thaa you caa buy them elsewhers aad charga aothlag
for their trouble. They are clerer fellows and delight
in showing roods as all fimrs giro them a call. .
Feb'y 14 'Si-ly. " "
BOARDING Persons wishing to te
cure a rood piare to board, with good A bus I
dations and oa reasonable terms, caa da so by applying
at this office. . - 1 r . . , j
WRITING CLASS, Alias Adaumb
- LABB weald respectfaUy aanouaes to her
friends and the public generaly, that she has take
mam at the imakili. House, where aha wilt open a
class in Art of Penaianthlp, Monday Fob. tSth,at tws
o'clock t. M. Terms sjlS par Iftoea lessoBS. bpeo
imens can be seen by calling at the If ew York boolf
stora, where those wishing may hue their Barnes reg
istered for the ooenine class.
N. B. aa srwaing slaas will be'opeoed If found expo
dleau Ji a charges mads unless perfect satisfaction is
glTsn. t in.. ins wer
' "' I S"X A C A: 1 S A A C S' c r
, .- lr,; itvto ualxi v. ;, ..-.
Corner of Snaerior and Union gtreeU Cleveland, Ohio.
This is the utrgest ana aost sugniucens --
i - i CuOZBUKs BBTAEUSHMBirr : v ,
ia the whole Western Country, and to ailed with th
and Best assortment of ' i. ana
Besr-ltt-eeClothiiis;t mast rrnlahlns;
. . . t flenda, -
1 u ni'mn, of our dss M an ufsctaTe, aad which
U warranted, to be Better Out, Better Made, and better
srr ta the wants ot tne touumumr, m -
W110LB3ALB ASH BXlAllr, v; !;, -
ruican thaa any other Clothlns Inths
Strangers rislUag Cmretaad, will Sod It to their ad
raamgetseau- - I3AAC A. ISAACS '
rntsn Han, corner sf wpeitor aad Uniea Btrosta,
Vntonna.1 KiTIII OLaJiTS-int
OTATE OF OHIO Trumbull Connty,
k7 ss. Court of Ci
Jo. 8. f
Patrick Mangaa at Co.,
. , wa.
(IrOTCT dl Co.
C. Moser.atB. B. Boyl m vo. J 2 ' ,
The defendanu Britton, Peek, Ororer at Co.. will
take notice that they are required to appear and aaswer
.i. nkh of March next to a seutioa
Sled thia lOthdayaf February toS, ta amd Crtof
Pnimaa Pleaa. by the puMBtiua retries osu . v.
TSTtltiuks Judgment for riasulnet id
....j?... Ptck. Srorer dt Co.. upon aeon-
tract for work aad labor In constructing seeuoem 47.48
and4ortheClereland,m Mahoning lUilBoud.an
also for an equitable adjustment of the claims ef the de
fendants 8. Ji C. Moser. and B. rHoyt Co, against
.lZ:..-... .a id BYittom.'rwck. Ororer ot Co.
Aa attachment of property is also sought, aad tba
Clereland c Mahoning Ball Bond Company aerred
litieBTT a. COX. Atty't
STATE OF OHIO, TrumbulL Co., ss
Court of Commoa Pleas
TterniVoTneojAmin H-o-wlH tak.'Votlo.
that he la required to appear and .P0",
Sled this 8th day ef February lHS, in said Court of
S.--.. Pb-a7by the rmi- Wamm H-"-.
The petition asks a decree of dironceoa the follow
ing grounds r 1st, habitual drowkeuoss iter man thaa
three years. Sod. groeeweelect of duty. 3d. adultry,
tnree '" "t0III qqX, Ally's tor FuTs.
rcb.HIPM. r ( ,
Sl m' m ijMjs be note or book acceaal to
the lau- &n of B. m 0. Mo.su, are hcry ""''J'
call forthwith and sqaars up. ' 8AMI1BL MOSBB. .
Feb. 14 'Uf. . - f , . T .:
A DMINISTRATOR'S HOTICE.
XV. The undersigned has been appointed Adminlstiw
uj.u.iiuaailsi Batata ot Ajsxnaagr vm,
hue of Newton fownshin, deceaaed. All persons ia-
dehted to said estate are irmeeeted ta amks lamdiats
payment, and those baring claims against said estats
wi n present the same tor paymoot. AAOB ABBLL .
Feb. 14 5S . . .
"f TALENTINKS. .
Y OBOBGB ADAMS has Just recerrsd a second
supply of these accessary article An runny o
prices. Call la and see 'cm. ?
CRABB'S SYNONYMS. , ' . "
Karnes Elements. 1. .
Bryanu Poems, Complete.
Longfstlosrs Poems Completw. -..'
Mrs Ueesans - . . - -
All beautifully bound aad slllgantly Illustrated. !tew
S'litione of these works, by tbs Harpers, jast reeeir
edat Feb. 14th ADAMS, .
r0RT FOLIOS, a verr superior
X sortment jnst recelred at : ' BALDWDfg
RUTH HALL, 5th supply at ,
- Fwh-ldJirsS. . Tbaldwisb
POCKET CU TLERY, the very best
Feb. Hth IV BALDWINS.
Y COURTSHIP AND ITS CON.
I RQCBNCI, W mmf
ATE LEAVES, the people are still
Feb. 14th ii
A LL the
New Works of
J. V can as
asaal be fooad at -
VALENTINES. - . w . '
V A superior eol lection from J. W Stress' P. 1.
Csssns Fisher At Brothers, Msnufaetarcrs aad Lmpor
trr. oe.Pri.i-f I ""wili'. Mala ft.
1 peneee. ,... 41
1 llDremUw . rtm
iDfrinendaoc.. 584 iO
S (jllaoee,.. 454,18
YE INVITE ih .!.
V V tentloa "f the PabEe Ulbo
Certineatce apnen-ied llow. m !
berpeak for thrm thatca-xfifl cob
eiderauon wbieh Uteir kooeet
Men ia each statians as aauiy
who Tolaalarilr bear wltnee to 1
jn. emcacy and rahio of Cnssar
TL aT"tn facta, nor orerebtte their eonTletiona.
Jurtxe then, whether this la aot the mcllciae to trust
whea yon mast hare reli-f for the throat or lwns; Ju-lgo
too, whether erery family eavbt act to hare it hy then,
as a safeguard against the erery where prerail-n ene
my, wk-.ca steala with faul frequency apoa almost trery
lock aad carrirs aff the lamb from many a kerne I
' Jkf"- C. tl. Jacksaa. City Ohie-xVth Nor, "3.
Sir The Cnaaaw Pacrosua la much inquired after.
Sereral of our best Fhrstciaae baea ased . three ml
them ia thew owa ease and always witk the banpieat
eneota. The numerous patent medicines always hefere)
them. Man to inerednlilw in u
' -.I'i not wantonly tnel
and it iaoaly after undoubted eevienee of ralne inane
article, that anything like a general coaodeuce caa so
Tba anrl railed excellence ef this combination ef -agents,
(ia the Cmaar PnrronuL) proved beyond earil
by repeated trial under their owa oh serration, has com
pelled medical men to proclaimed abroad it's asefully
aesa. It is beyond all douM the beet general rsmsdy
we have for th Polimiiisi SWuttlgaa nf Una slimaisi mj
at the aame lime acdatire aad ex pact or eat a rare com
bination of properties. - - - . .
Ia too nope that it will prore lt awn- rewarfl, oan-
scribe myself. Buopotrfully year obt-aorrb- r 3
. dAS. u. v. aiusva. v.
Allegan. leh-, 10th Ja-. IMS.
Dear Sir to o-a not ens man womaa. or childl
caa be found to deny that the Caraar racroBal. is ail
tnat h claims to be. There is anch asea in tnia ricinny
although net know until recently. The i inewiaaity
shonid know It's Tiruost . Tours truly. Kj i
J0H5 B. KBLLOuu. M. D.
Let lenllegira ef the Local Profesion mark this case.
Willl&mahure. L. I . - Sen.
Dear Sir Orer applieaUoa for the past three year ha
my duties aa aa advocate brought oa eosse eight moathn
ago a oerere irritation of the heoncal pjhoa. which waa
a canataot anaoyaace to mo. and laat besoming a source)
of great appreheaeion.- Beery remedy tried, nailed to
reliere me, till I ased your -Cuaan-r Pmmeaia . ShieM
hua aot only reHered me, but na I trust, wholly cared
Patent Medicines, and this is at year- aerrlce. I shall
recommend It to membere ef the bar, and ethers whom
I amy meet, laboring aader semiav indispoeitiona.
loura truly, B. F. JON SO.
South Paris, Me.'. Anf. lK. rP5
1 hare no hesitation in saying, that 1 regauuV Area's
CamiBT PnrToaiat.asdsrlriedly tbe kisl rimsily withia
ary knowledge for the cure of chronic bronchitis, congha
and ail diseases of the lungs.
. r - . .". . ; at 4 sre,
Montgomery, AUv, Oct. 4, 1641.
Da. J. C. Atbb, Sir: 1 hare aaed your admfrabls
compcund exUnslrely ia my practice, aad had it to
surpass, by far, aay other iimiily we Jtars for curiof
diseases upoa the htnga. Yonr obt. serrant,
. ...v- jr. j B.JOBBS, JL.O
What yet remains to eonrlaoo Ihe est iastedulsns
thai the Cherry Pectoral Is all that it purports to bo
Tie: aa anequcHed remedial agent for all diseases- of
the Throat and Lungs. Tas experioaca of yaara. has
pro res it to bs sack, and we submit it to the people ba
Bering that it's rhtnes wiU faily aninlsln it's j sputa
Hon. :i - . - -j.-
Prepare by JAMI3 C. AYXX, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by F. trimnjr., ClncfnnaM i B. A. Sam At
' Ce., Warren; 1. CaarasLL, Hewtoa Falls; II. W Cwa
lax, Mesopotomia; and by all daaletw an Medieino
wrerywhere. - - . , .
XO'Bewars oC cniiaterfeiu and worthless prepara
tions attempted to be palmed off antler s similarity ef
1 care Bo thine for the- rewutauon of adrocatiae?
tety is -aay-it j
- DR.' H.; TUBBS'
ARCH APPOINTMENTS. -
Dr. H. TTBBS. Analytic Physician, win Ve at hia
Warrea. GaskiU House. Miiaihu Mast.sv.la.
OBersLt, Mr. Baton's Tuesday afternoon, March 13.
Basbsw a, Prentiss Hsuee. Taewaaaaast WiSnssrisy,
March, tU aad 7th. ..... . .
Those afflicted with Chronic diseases of the Urer.
Longs, Kidneys or spleen Inflamationr, Bheaaeetieea,
Asthma, Shortness sf breath er sUnfeuxay. at- B, amnios.
Dyspepsia. Dropsy. Weakneae or Berroua debility.
Bestlessneaa,Losa of Appetite, fjoastipatsea. Peiaago- -ment
of the Smmtnsll, Billloaa Affections, Orarel.
White Swellings. ay any hw( standing disease, are lav
riled as call ' "
ao caxaei roa corscLTA-rroeT
Dr. Tubbs neither hUeds nor hUstsrs, aoe Is as a
Homeopeutist I he-nerer ases Mercury. Antisaony. Ar-
seaie. er any otiiss aiamsio. as moatiat areata; aor as
he a TlbMapsonian he neither steams nor girss esseties.
Bis theory of disease astern boa ail othera that hare)
beea adopted, but not mors as than does his system ef
treatment. He doss ass- mats saeA temaas msM. aaw
tear deara as saxld sp aipua ; aoc allay irritation by
patching ap with smedsaea. ' (
rauenu snoold mara wwu ido uatea giren aoore. .
Our entire tines seine nrs-engaged, attendance mast
accord strictly with published announcements.
Aa Babiaaea opinion as is the arooabivty or a ear
Is always giren onajsoling the patient to ao expeasa
withoutaiisssamlilssewtpiMof siKcrrss.:r .
SALT EHBUM BAlliCAXXI CCKXO.! Z 1
Mrs. L. Rhnmigh, of Bearer. Pa-, cured ef Salt Bhosas
sf sight er nlns years standing, it was at a ares ease
ful character, cowering; the enure sarfacaof the hands,
and portions of the arms and parssa first called
aearly fear years ago- Ia fiasr me alas the sku brrsms
soft and smoth, reiaaiua eaUreiy free froaa diseas te
this tims. Tbs abore eass ia selected because one of
the flint cured la the West, aad best shows Its aersxa
aeaey. Those who hare boom similarly Affected aad
eared reside ia the riernrty of snarly OTsry appsaal
meat, to whom liferents esn be siresv Bona! sucusss
has attended the treatment sf Warn wbluxoo,
Bcaorcaa, Aacxasua aad Fsrsa SoBaa, some of which,
hare beea aoticedtB she amathly reports- la thateeaa.
Beent of all such, we rely aaaialy upon iateraae seam
dies that are calculated ta aoatialias tha acrid will am a
cee supporting disss at s. asm hy eaciuag ts heal th ral
actirity the skin and other secretory eegaas, to faros
noxioas ex creese ots H escape by natural channels.
Hence tha euro is radical wisbomi depletion, and aistead
of oadaageriog the Lours ns supeiteial healing of ul
corM -w.H.fln" of bamMsrainweriahlr doOA, it ser
Ttste protect and serenrthen taeee Titai prt- Our
remedies are selected axokssieely from the. Botanical
Kingdom, carefully rejecting nil narcotic and other pot
sons. Tbry can bo bam by Use most delicate aud, fee
ble coBstitutions. aad aerrer increase but usually dimin
ish liabihty to colds. Aa we do aot Butt Situ. To
Maxb Wil.1, otTbabDwws TO Bella or AaAis.patients
amy lemaia at basse aad aavaad ts their ordinary roaa
tions during treatmenu Feb'y 14 H.
D ASHALt.4. Co-'s
WATWAL OIFT- BIfTBBr
PBI8B. Coxscx.-noit Cbbtaib f Basssrw TawSaaJta.
Tm XX-TS ALBBAbT SWL f" ' '- ' 3 f . I
Only m w to be dispewsd ofl distrlhutloaed (tftts
suu ufr without sart, ateree, K. iej. ee seosei. A tha
tickets are all sold. DASIIAL At CO. beg to astorw
their friends that under no otiuoanelsni nswill toe dis
tribution swtTjemcd beyoaaVtha abous measieemd date,
aad they hops, by yoergy-aad the eo-epenuiDa. of ttmir
natrsaa, ts bring the enterprise to a conclusion as set
aarlier asriod. La which sass due aotics wiU be sir.
OFFTCB. 48 BBOABWAT, nbw tobk.
150.000 Preeewts to be irea u the purchaeers ef the
Urgsand alegaiitsngrariag at tha -Jnaujratioa ef
Georgs Washington, President of the "United Statee,"
from the oelehsatsd aanun ot uaria rant inreaa.
' .k for tha nurooae. Is aiSa.Mm, us-lolleers : t
ek. .io. mf the araseata.
A splendid farm oa the Hudson Btesr com-
. pietely stocked, houses, Ac ;.;..S..4B90J0B
Steas front DsrsUins aad Lot aa Itfth Aranue, -
A mic.'ifleeirt gold Tea oorrios. property of the, .
hue . VanDentoa...
Silrer Wine Serrice- . '""
The Bace Horse "Whits Barsn" . . --
Coach. Harness, aad Horeee. s maguifteent as. ; . . - ,
30 Shares Central Bail-road Stock.-....--- . 3,1
WO Fine Watches. $100 each...
10,000 Gold Seals aad Chains. ..-..
10.000 OoM Peas aad Silrer Holders.. .... ..... ,wm
Hal Boxes best Cigars..... ...4......A4.. est.
lOOOoid Onard Chains...
iooee eo w louHet
A Splendid Buggy-
. m. phcatoa... -.-.. ......
A Horse! Harness, and Bar icy, splendid affair.
AaalexaBt dog. Bernard. .
"enmd Vast sailittg latch, -Spirit of" the
mrrsa),a.sase - wm e etmoo o.oaooae.e.o. e .so o oe.
Tb bsJt kvad trim plmtm I-vtcifc, Brtsloc
. Bifd. .-""-""- -A
for 25 yevr.-e
i f (All without iBtera
1 Rosewood Pisno.
A Farm m Ohio
A Farm ia Ksntasky.&
A Para, In Pennsylrania..
A Farm in Mease eh itaellt,
SSfiM Vols. Poems
Q . M ,l -w a.
Asm erer luU.OUS Painuags, statues. Medaia. Charta.
smkinB In ail lS.eu gifts, which wiU be disa-ibuted ay
a committee appointed by the Bhaseheldsrw. asm sr
md Ores af aharra by the Public's obedient aar
lAHALLCO..' r i .1
; - V - . w- - Brcadway. N Turk.
Orders for Kngrarings and Tickets la this wrest a
tersrlss are dailyarnriaf from aU pasts of the L sited
States and Canada, which warrant ue ia pramiaina
- .1. da. low tbs .diimisnliosw . Appasauaaa
Albums, Valuable Boose, ana roruouoaoi Aupwrn,
ahouM be made immediately, aa only a certain Dumber
ef Ticwets eaa be sottt- MHars. wru. sow w--cloaed.
to be pre paid, and the knf raring and TUkst
will be ferwwrded Iras. DA .SHALL a. CO.- -lmbt
Id -5i-'14 , 4t Broadway. Sew Tor.
SHERIFF'S SALE. -,
By Tirtne of aa execution, lasaed eat of tas-Coart
of Common Pleas of Iiumbuil CouMy.Ohlo.to di-
rected and delisered, againm George L. Woodford, la
,uk.i.. J Murnhr and ethers, I aaee.it Tied
on. and shall expose to public Sale, at the door T tha
Court House Id Warren, in said County, en earoMay
thTlTU.y of March, A. D. ISS, between the hours
of 10 "el" k, A. M. sad 4 erclack. F. M. of- mud day.
loHAhui interest of said Woodford, ia and to the
following described tract, er lot of samvmmsss- ta
2&l:S .se inr SVVru-'b
Sdu hy being part sf lot Be. 10, howded a.
Sn " rU Begiirsing at S point ia the north line of
oVneS byB. 8. Gilkk. which I. I h"-
theasv bsuadary Una of the uorth and south Highway
STxZk, thence north M ruds. kOsmtl
S east and west lLghway: thawMtJ rod.
hence sooth 9 rods, throe, cast reds, tlteaeo north B
rods, thence west rods, 7 feet, the-iee eoaih rods.
Ineocereet 18 rods, to Jones' line, thence eeuthl reds
!aoe west 4 rods teet. ta the Use of the Sessioa
a-Tlol thence eontb 27 H rods, th.oce wem W rwd
uTS-.nda. et Highway. 'SZ
Um line cf said Highway rods, thence east N rods, be
pare. - aerianio,. JZl
J7. -od withia said boundarys. e the sasas
.tsrUjestwe a sssrujagw i-ror of Achml
Lore pTymenU of eae Bote of SloS.due April
lToEaor April 1st l5d ando-e ao
., 0. due April let lei:, with ilatwrem after April 1st
SsTseid Bimhh, PP-'SM.
' Sherif OnTce. Wsrrwm. Fsh'y 14 W. .- er
Bot-os Is hereby gieea that s . aadsrsrfned.rsa-
InVmit In Cotebrook. Ashta-wla, Ca.,has been duly ap-
poiuted sdmlnietrater he the aslsassf Lsal -oojr-r.
sue of Oreea TrumboU, Co deceased. All persone in
debted to smd mm. are rswae t. ssm. J -
fsnhwith, and aB those harmg claims sainst all as
tate ts present UemfcwssttltsBSOt . , -feb'y
14 aSltt.,. MBLViy ALLISCy.
There win bs told at Public Vendue, la Bllsstoera
w j Vanal Bridge, aa Ute Sehef March next between
fbeTif S o'fiock A. M. and 4 P, M. th. Wlo-ing
Propy: The Ci Boat, ""-"f
to satisfy two Bxecutlons. one in frr -of Bumeal Hay
maker, and one ia faeor of - ; PmnmtAt.
Feb 14. "N. A- ALL180W, Csnstatie.
Pries of engranng tij vue - , -
sift-Ucket, enUtUng the holder to a shucs !ntha.fs.
lowing list of marnincenl gifts. - f . w t
tI vu. of the araseaej. as sppralsed hy a Commlt-