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C. A. ADAMS, -
O. X. HAl-tiOOD, )
Warren, "Wednesday, April 25.
"rVhen ft.c proprietorship of a public
print passe into ne hands, it is due to
its patrons that the course which it will
take in the future, shall be distinctly
marked out. It is hardly necessary to
aay that the Chronicle will continue to
advocate the cause of the Republican
parij. Nor does it seem neces:ary to
ay anything with regard to those parties
.which once formed the two wings of the
Republican party in this county, as they
are now otter; harmonious and linifed,
marching forward, shoulder to shoulder,
Wiring along with them the prestige of
past, itfed the aiturancc of future success,
andt.be positive certainty of being on the
tS5c55of the right. But in order that we
cannot be misunderstood, we will define
! to fel that slavery is an evil : sd
klly, morally and politi ally evil, and
only eril continually ; a foul blot upon
Our country's escutcheon, a firebrand in
oar national councils, a corroding cancer
upon the) body politic that the question
of the increase or decrease of its area, its
jtoww and influence, is the question
which involves the most momentous con-
sequences," and in importance overshad
owi tftl others now before the American
people ; if to advocate the cause of the
oppressed, whatever may be his lineage
or ekic; to urge the repeal of the Fugitive
Slave Law ; to denounce the Kansas and
Nebraska infamy ; to oppose the admis
sion of another slave State into this
Ucion ; the blighting of one foot of free
territory) by the Upas-shade of this tree
of tyranny ; to hope that slave represent
tation in jCongress may be abolished ; if
Ibis is Free Soilism, then will the Chron
ide be Free Soil, dyed in the wool.
. If to be in favor of a Taritf for the pro
tection of Home Industry, and Home
Manufactures ; in favor of retaining at
heme and paying to our own citizens,
that large portion of our capital which is
ye rly sent abroad to purchase that
which we can bettci produce and manu
facture at home ; in favor of a sound cur
rency of Uiat kind which is best adapted
to the wants of (he community ; to op.
pos all violations of contracts between
our state governments and foreign pow
ers. other States, chartered companies. 01
individuals ; if this is Whiggery, then
ar6 w rery Whiggish in our sentiments.
In our editorial intercourse with our
brethren of the quill, we shall endeavor
sot to be wanting in courtesy, and shall
never permit our sheet to be the vehicle
of blackguardism. As to (he mechanical
portion of our business, we shall endeav
or to issue our paper promptly and regularly.-
Having secured, in the practical
department of our office, the assistance
of iMr. Dumabs, the former popular
editor and proprietor of the IF. R.
Trantcript, we think we can confidently
promise that the typographical appear
ance'ef the paper, and the neatness and
gojed taste ol ihe job work, shall be such
to give complete satisfaction to all our
yc trons in both departments.
-A the name of the " Western Reserve
Chronicle and Transcript of the Times'r
seems to be a somewhat cumbrous title,
and 6inee the reasons for preserving the
double name are not so cogent as ihey
were a year ago, we shall in future drop
the latter part, retaining only that time
bqcored one. Western Reserve Chronicle.
Upon the literary and editorial depart
ment, we shall expend much care and
attention, striving to keep our readers
thoroughly posted in the latest news at !
home and abroad, and at the same time
endeavor to give such an abundance of
chast and well-selected reading matter,
that. eve ty member of our subscribers'
families, of both sexes, shall find the
CkronLde so pleasant a home companion !
that it shall become indispensable to
them; iThe attempt thus to combine the
useul 'with the agreeable, politics with
literature, the latest news and agricultu-
f al hints with sound moral instruction, to 1
cair to a cultivated taste, fp please the ;
strong intellect) and to s disfy the busi- t
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iri-oa au, maao U;UCI IflblU IIOl lO
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out patrons will jud-'e leniently our first i
in;uii, cumra uouu , uuk we nope
efforts and at least do us the justice to
believe, that wha'tevir there may be of
error or failure, that the fault is that of
the lead and not of (he heart, Our read
ers must ot expect that we can supply
the place o our predecessor Mr. Howard,
as a -writer io $pme departments of litera
ture, and we are sensible of our inability
to rival many of the productions cf his
pen; but by our combined efforts we hope
give satisfaction to the mass of our
patrons. We heartily wish him, as he
retires from the editorial chair, th.e abun
dant success which he is well qualified
to honorably earn in a field of letters
more, congenial to his tate than that of
editing a countiy newspaper.
' C. A. Adams,
Ci. X. Hapgood.
Painesville and Hudson Railroad.
According fo the report of the Presi
dent and Directors of this road, recently
published, there lias been collected :
.. 25.S5T i-ri
Leaving a balance ou hand of S3i,36j (19
The report furtherstates.that thestock
holders have mel their responsibilities
wirii promptness. A contract has been
entered ir.to wiih Messrs. CallenJer,
arker, lMiapin, and Kittridge, fox the
oiitruction of the entile line.
Mrs Oksa, w:f; oft! e American ?.!in-!
UiiT at It me. xviioKC! deatli w.is recently!
ni n-'iiuexi, tt'.-ii, pieviru ( m.-.j-.ia?". 1
M'-ssiilr L-i !:um, of Nv Yirk, and:
w.s h it vO y-a's of ae hr-r' d -alli.
.'tl1'. v 'w iBirii'd i:liiii ih yer.rj
pn"C-'i, 'in I ilrtsCuUricf SSVR Llrs. C. :
-.;s-o o i t (,'- . ::. -s? jtira jtjye f-t I !-:,i;. '
THE LATEST KANSAS SWINDLE.
Missouri Mobocracy at the Kansas Polls!
The Southern press is rejoiouigovir a
vietory in the Kansaselcction lately held.
They report that only two or three Anti-
Slavery men are t Uetcd to the territorial
Legislature, and inereupoa u.ij
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merry and get up a jolliticatiou.
'the end is not yet.' for unless we who! -
ly mistake the spirit of all American
freemen, the scandalous details of the
election which we give below, will do
much tfiu anln fiistnr.imT in their iuinds
the conviction that Slavery must cease
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to exist or the doom of Lepubhca. .;m
in this country is sealed, i'ropagandists
of Slavery may exult over their victory
.now, bux beLre. long they will look upon
it, as upon the passage of the Nebraska
bill a victory which is worse for them
than a defeat. Retribu'ion will reaeh
them bye and bye, for it has been prov
ed that evtn doughfaces are not reliable
tools when the people r.re roused.
Look first unon the facts as uiven by
Slaveholders themselves, and by indis
The Missouri compatriots in Kansas
of Douglas and Atchison thus telegraph
to the Si- Louis Ri-j.uLlican the results of
their labors :
"Ixdkpekdesce, (Mo.) March 31, 9
P. M. Several hundred returning emi
grants from Kansas have just entered
our city. They were preceded by the
Westport and Independence Brass Bands.
They came iu at the west side of the pub
lic squ.ii e, and proceeded entirely around
it, the bands cheering us with line mu
sic, and the emigrants with good news.
ImmeiMately following the band were
about two hundred horsemen, in regular
order ; following these were one hundred
and fifty wagons, curiages, A:c. Tin y
gave repeated cheers for Kansas and
Missouri. They report that not an Anti-Slavery
man will be in the Legislature
of Kansas. We have have made a clean
The election in Kansas took place on
the 3i)th, and on the 31st "sccerul hun
dred returning imhj raids from Kansas''
marched into the Missouri frontier city
of Ind. per-.dence, and similar cohorts, of
course, int:s other Missouri towns on the
Kansas frontier. They were "returning
emigrants," you see, on the 31st of March
just the season when most emigrants
are hastening to their future homes ; but
these were then returning from their
pretended homes in Kansas to their real
hom-s in Missouri. And the following
dispatch gives the fruits of their labors
at the ballot-boxes of a part of the new
"Kansas. March 31, 9 P. M. Pro-
Sluvery ticket tiiumpl ant as far as heard
from, total vote
Lawrence, 778 to
zoo; lecurasen, 20b to .54 ; jJouglas,
to b ; JJompliiin, 20 to 2o ; Miaw
nee Mission, 40 to 16; Leavenworth,
C99 to 60 ; Hickory Point, 233 to 6.
E.ection passed off quietly, and with ve
ry little disturbance. "
Here nre 3,212 votes polled at only
seven precincbs more than there were
legal voters in the entire Territory, as
ascertained by an official census four
weeks previous. And the "voters" pa
rade Missouri openly next morning iu
lriumoli.il nro:ession. with bands of inu-
K-.r K.nnor nn n!,H,nn. iW r.,.r !
to their homes in that Slave State. j
Look now at a few facts selected from
the mass of testimony upon the subject
cf Bowie-Knife rule at the ballot box,
given by the (Kansas.) Herald of Free
The Votiso at Tecumseu. After it
was satisfactorily ascertained that the
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rence, from Missouri, was greater than
the occasion di mnndud, a company of j
200 was detached from the main body,
and took up Iheir line of march for Te
nmcch u-iih tl'.o vim i,f .i-..fK.Jli.A,nr.
the large number of free voters in thatfe11
district, a majority of w hom are located
Topeka. They arrived at their des- j
tmatiou in time to participate in the fraud
their practiced upon the ballot box.
When they had accomplished the object
cf their mission they returned iu a body
to tneir encampment near .Law
i:iiL.auiLiuiuiii ucdl lawience,
where they remained till Saturday mom-
;n.r iLhen tl.ev tn.V il.;r ft.,1.1 ,1,..,.,...,..-..
for Missouri. !
Mr. Burgers, one of the Judges ap-'
pointed by ti e Governor, was violently
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snapped iu his lace, a club flourished
over his head, till finally he was compel
,ed 10 P'Iaim the election adjourned,
e mob th" tcd a new Board.
Wltu two drunken Secretaries, who took
Peion of the ballot-box. aud allowed j
uu peou to anproacu n unless lie wa
no Lflson to anr.roac
riiiht cn the ''Goose fiuestiou," a slan -A
phrase used amotij the ilissounans, im
plying they were in favor of extending
the institution ol slavery over Kansas.
Xo questions were asked the voter as!
to his citizenship or place of residence ;
no oath was administered, or other lest
required, save an assurance xif suppoit to
the Pro-Slavery tickel.
The Votixg at Lawkesce. In this
district, where the late census report in
dicates but 3G9 voters, the election shows
there were 1;039 votes polled, nearly
three times as great a number as legiii
ruately belonged hcie ; and yet a large
number of oui actual residents, and par
ticularly those from a distance, did not
exercise their right to the elective fran
chise, as thej fou i d they could not do
so without endangering iheir lives. The
Free-State strength in this district is full
five to one, and v t the Pro-Si iverr ticket
has a majori y of more than three to one.
Mr. i.dwiu Uoncl, who went to vote iu
the moruing, was forcibly ejected from
the ground, and pursued by an ar.ry
crowd along the bank of the river vitli
curses and tliivateningi of destruction,
and compelled to jump down the decliv
ity, when a revolver was discharged a!
him, and a ball n..rrowly escaped his
head. He run along the beach, and
finally escaped unscathed.
Under th-se circumstances there is
reason for grave doubts whether the l iw
less desperadoes may not succeed iu forc
ing on an organization of a pro-slavery
State Government in the same manner
aii they have tlone this shameless ini-1
The only hope is that the immigration !
rr, i ." i r . .
urm.determnipil frermpn in'., il... . I
lory during Ihe summer wiil be s.i ix-.-it
tn overpower the gan r f Miss, uri :
cut-throats the next time llu-y attempt !
tacha f-iiay. This failing it thvn reninins;
us tit apply a practical Wihnot Pro !
lo the ease when Kansas s! :iil knik
jr a hiiis.-ii.iii to il.e Uui'
n U hriiiu4 or do II
The Xushville brings dates to March'
29ih. There hits been a series of tierce
ft,,rtulu bi;twCl.n ,he Hu,.
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to ,WV(s b(.en c(juH, cn bi!l sjJt.s
tho RttS!ft ri.!aamin,, , possession of
; (, - , - ., Ci.nnonaJlJ was ,eavv.
! tpt yy . . P . " .
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, Aue Russians receivcu a reuuvieenieiii
SAILING OF THE BALTIC FLEET.
Mot of tho ships of the English fleet
for the C.ihic sailed fiom Spithead wn
i the afternoon o the 4th. The followin
ships steamers sailed : Duke of'
" euiiiioii, iih-si in oi .lumuai iuh-
k . Exmou.,w XjiJ
M;)jc: ,Jc .us.ir j.l)t.s Watts, Col.osus,
t'rey, llogue. Ajas, Blenheim, EJin-
Wellington, ling-ship of Admiral Uun-
burU, Magicienne, Vulture. Dragon,
Bulldog, Gorgoii, and Basilik l.loCj
Eleven bhips yet remaiu at Spit-
THE BALTIC ASD ITS COASTS.
The En- lish steam squadron, under
Capt. Watson, had arrived at llelsin .-
The Russians have established two
foriilied camps, ach of 30,000 men, the
one between Mittan and Riga, and the
other betwein Revel and Narva, to de
fend the Bullic provinces. The harbors
'of A ho, llelsingi'or.s. and all others from
Wyhorg to Toruta are being blocked by
sunken ships, so as to obstruct the entry
ot hostile Uueis.
A terrible riot occurred in Chiccgo on
the 21st, crowing out of the enforce
ment of the new liquor law, which in
flicts heavy penalties on its violatois. A
large number of men were injured
man- severely, some fatal . Fire arms
were freeiy used by the rioters-, and sev
eral policemen wounded, two probably
mortally. - Forty or fifty arrests have
been made. Law and order finally pre
vailed, and the liquor dealers were com
pelled to succumb. The retailers hai e
started a campaign paper called the Free
Whiskey and Cocktail Advocate, of which
they circulate 20,000 copies gratuitously.
Conviction of Haynes.
The Ashtabula pajicis ot List week are
full of the n port of the recent trial ol
ll.ivius i;r the murder of Sutlid. The
Cjiuuuut Reporter says : "The trial con
sumed the most part of two weeks, and
the verdict accords with the judgnieut o!
the great in is. o! ckizens who listened
to the evidence as it was elicited from day
t j day." lie was convicted of murder in
the second degree, and si-uteiiced to ihe
jieiiiteutiary for life. 'The murdertd man
was au iiioif-nsive, eccentric lariuer, who
lived a sort of hermit life in a little cabin
upon a Clearing in the woods, and it is
hard to conceive what motive, whether of
avarice or hate, could have induced his
.pur,j,.rer ,0 cnunit the horrid ci ime
Terrible Explosion on the Lake.
under illL' lril,n' w,lch lrad ,,l,n
somc twenty feet, cutting him all to pie
at ens. He leaves a wife and three children
The propeller Oregon was blow n upon
the 20th inst., about seven miles hv-Iow
Detroit. The blame is attached to the)
Engineei, Mr. Chnpmin, who suffered
the water to get too low in the boiler.
Both engineers, the cook, and five of the
crew were lost, besides three of the crrw
of another vesd, the Flying Cloud, w ho
were 0:1 hoard. It is even said that the
number of ill c destroyed may reach as
high as 10 or 17, bf-si les several more
who were severely injured. The propel
ler is m.idi! a total wreck.
Fatal Accident. On Wednesday
afternoon hist, Mr. James Ritchie, brakes
man on a freight train of the Ohio :.nd
Pennsylvania Railroad, was killed at
r. o. .- u .1 .
Enon alley btation, by the tram run-
nino vtr llim" TIuT were swiicliing
trains, and lie was on a car that had no
platform ladder, ii
!c,,uvl dtnvn to ,
r,. 1.,I,T. - ..r.,1 In nliom..hii t..
111 U LJI11q IO
pu 1 out the bolster pin
in Allegheny city.
North British Review. The Spring
number of this able quarterly contains its
111 c ' l .
iisiiul siliunonnr fit intireslinr timfter
Among the aiticles we notice a most
able resume on the State of Europe ; j
another upon the Temperance Reform,
anj the Maine Law; a very interesting
essay upon fashion in Dress and Diet;
J 1 -mi
one upon ine i.ieciiiu leic'rapn, in
which full justice is done to the Ameri- j
can inventor. Prof". Morse. The four Ke-;
views and Dlackwool arc re-published j
Scott & 1ft w York.!
3 Per ani,uln -'ac'
Amsr:cax Law Hkuisteji fok April. i
Tlie last number of this abli Jo .riial!
contains a veiy interesting article u;;ou
ihe d suse of j'nios in civil c;:ses, with a
number of late deci-ions1 upon mooted)
points of la.v, tl.e principal of which are:
1, a deci io:i of the Supreme Court U.
on the Eiui y nwers of the Court in
cae of testamen'ary tiusts ; 2, Sjprea.e
Cturt of Ohio, en liability of Hail Koads
injuries don? to ca'ile on th ir 1 ne ;
New Jersey Court of Chancery upon j
matters relative lo mill-dam- upon navi
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ism and liberality with a vc-'ieaiico.
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Th Sal in, 0.. Democrat has boi-r.
disc-oiitiiii.e I, an f its snbs-ri'.i n I st ha
been tiaisfirrnl . ;he Homestead Jour
nal 'I lii -.-. a wisr? arrangement, :
they wrr b itli anti-s!:tv. ry in their tone,
au.l th. :o w.ts evidently not a'nmai
em.u ;ii t sir.io.i Inth as ii ey shoiild b.
1 1 e II m-e of H- pri entite-- cf M -ss-1.
e'uisi lis tins .;.,s; (l ii bill pro'ii!ii;iii ihr
excliis'oi nl'c 1 t e I child rt n from t'n
coina o i sehoois i f lhat State. It w:.
proiiahly puss th,. S-r a'e.
Tiie C.iiueii oi Cleti land, by a
moiii v.i: ,-, i r.leie.l the . ivctioii ol a mw I
h r.l !i.,ii c hi t:,;,t c'vy. It will c-o.ij
rcuders u ill ivtm inb-.T tlie Hois?'
cviiti (I .1 short ti.-:if Kince ill New Vt.rk
bv thu nu.rJer of !.!.. lUa i,ri fi...t..r.
in n ilrnnlidi brawl. Mis dect-as.t hus
been loM'iwtd by cnii'jiies an I orations,
which would in.iko h;ni a pure and holv
uiui ly r ibr the cause of ll.;litoa a:fl liis
t'.):i;:!ry. Among tli fuls j-iu' jir.il.ses of
eli:.r;ic:fr, the risoluiloris of iho Mmjiire
Club of llaliiin re are fsp.-cially rich, and
the full )wi!i ir:'iiniiile i ludicrous in rx
eess. Il will !:j i:o'.iei.-d tiiul tim "snid
di t:!," and "his tjfcinn oil'." :r:-raimiia-tifiilly
r. l.-rreii Ui "tii! Supreme Rttlei"
menu :u-.i m
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"vi ;rrt vs .'. tins ;.e-is.-i! :: f;inn
lluo i of tlie ( !-m rs- I i rcntuiv ti'un n
our tVitvi I !.n I aequ:si:it:-n-e, Win. ..!f
of X;-- York C';;v: i.u I n ci'i.ir. i u
! r.i-M i us, and ni:r:i vatc I c;reunisi.ii:ce
j under which amid thrd w i.j eornii;i;!i 1.
, C:iil !l)o:i us i I ! :ii s no! to !i uu';- lie 1.
j t. -x:irv$s our ahh.irn-nef and i!et..si:uUI
I ilio lii.iuuer o! In l iking oil, iVc.
Napoleon and Wife.
l i.-oiTesp of '.he New.
ark Adrerther Livts a di sersniiou of 'he
iiraiid butcher's fete of .Mardi (Jr.is, or
fat Tuesday. Tlw festival Leaii on
Suuiia', an. I on the hist day tlie grotesque
pr. c ssion wHi the f.;l ox m ;iiiited 141 11
car, festooned n ith gai lands, moved into
llis Ci urt Yard of ihe Tuilleries. Their
Miij'-stics came out the halconv, and the
Napoleon ill , at the distance of fifty
vards presents to the observer l.'m appear
ance of a rt sp 't-t.ible inid.Ilc a'ed man
beliiud a distinguished moustache and a
voluminous gnatee, li'.e pattern, fir die
honce, of the hairy si'eniors of the Pali-dun
bucks. Aild a plain dress without
gold lace or star, and voil'i tout, li s
ui;i- (what a vulgar term!) is a swi et
pretty woman, raiher pale, and of an in
teresting c.isi of features, and is douhdess
worthy of the i.lF-ction which her sul jec.s
manifest. Si.e was el id in plain black,
with few or -io ornuaicn's. The Military
i ii I civil dignataries who made up the
tiain. were lor the 1110M part, splemlidly
cor.luined usiftosel in more striking re Pel
the simplicity of the imperial taMe. The
hhiijieror lifted his hat mid the Empress
boutd in return for the hearty Hreetina
liny rcccivid, re-n.ii kiuix, .-ipparei-t! v, on
soiufi fi-alures of tin- show, pointing out to
each other some ohj"C!s in it, lo.d after a
few minutes retired, to return .vfon and go
through with the same ceremonial.
As Immense Bkeakwater. Tbc Chi
cago fe Rock Island Railroad Company,
besides the erection of a vast bridge
across the Mississippi, at Itock Island,
are pieparing to build an immense break
water in-the Mississippi, just above and
adjoiningthe great center on which
will swing the draw on the Railroad
This breakwater will require about
oOO.OOO feet of lumber and 13,000 yards
of rock for its construction. It is intend
ed for the great draw to rest upon when
swung around ; the upper end cf it for
,ie Uraw keeper to reside in, and for an
icibreaker and breakwater. Irs hu-'e
dimensions will defy the storm and
It is said the leading Hotels in Xew
Vork will soon raise their prices to three
dollars per day. This is done cn the
plea that the temperance law compels
them to close their bars, where they
have heretofore made large profits. It
is our individual opinion thatthes; "first
class houses" will lose money by 'his
operation, as travelers and sojourners
will take the European plan, hire a room
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111 ini 111 a ui liun ivi ab mil trills
per day. and live where they please, at
the cost of the big Hotels.
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Uaklike.-I he Bost .ni?ee says lhat
an extensive ship builder at Bedford, j
Mass., has received orders to build, at '
the earliest momint live vessels, of:
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about uve hundred tons each, upon the
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most improved clipper modii. vtiu-m
completed for sea, they are to carry j
light guns four on a side, and are to be j
expressly tor privateering, or simi
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rvice. What and who are thev
Foil the Widow to Deciui: The
C-iiiiniissiiaier of Pensions has decided
that in cas of a woman inarmng twice,
m;d surviving i.oth husbands, each of
whom is eniiih d to one Bounty land, she
is entitled to one B.iunlv old v, but then,
liiis privilege is I. ft here ; she c:in show I
which she loved h. st, by making her sc -
Ucion under .i.l.er husband. " j
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UI1I0 STATE t Alt! AND KAIL UO.YDS. j
The -Cleveland and Columbus; the
Cleveland and Erie : the Cleveland and
Pittsburgh; the Pennsylvania- ;:nd 0!iio
Rail Koads, have resolved ! carry
eiglitrM, and passengers at halj price
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" -""".y o.ner ru,iu m pruoau.y
as lormexly other roads will probably
uo tne samr. ills is as u sliouu De
and is no more than right and jus:.
JIauv A. Smith has just recovered a
judgment of 5,0D'J against the Ohio
and Pennsylvania It. II. Co., in Slark
County, damages for a coinpouud dis-
location of I he light ankle caused by a
conductor of the train not stopping tlie
cars long enough to give the woman
reasonable time lo get olf in safety.
No "War. " lor.," the Washington
correspondent of the D?.itimore Sun, says
there will be no war with Spain none I
at 'resent none undt r this administra
tion. He think-; w; could take Cuba
and Porto Kico just as east' as France
and England have taken .Sevastopol and
St.u'.c. 'tn'a4 tluujUt, to I'll a h.irc,
WouM wade tln.lr?li saiok-.-ai;d firj
it .t:uis howeVr, b riuc a'ai hut
Oten l-jji-iljr to liuy tier.
ltut th tt 'air is'.v .-.till cliii;' 10 Siain,
Aii-l ..f Iter we ui ist ta-e l.-r.
So C:e ir 1 'lR'e is sent, wtu .-. up
T? any .lodne tJ e-.-iie her.
This Toronto Globe says that K'O.OOu
bushels of wheat are stored in that city
and rea ly to be shipped to ihe United
States Market. I'uh it along.
WksT I'ol.Vr AND A.MKKICAX I'niTA
run'. I in; colii's;; ..t t d Ha i'in ;il Wis!
I'.iint is to lie !e giheiii-il t.u! from fji:; t..
I'wc yai !.
T .' Kno.v N .thi.r.'s of M:!ssiie!nise'.t
are i.kmt !o pul.iisii pin e.;d.iiidliii:i ufjif
ijlj-ets aid "hus id' !is orgi'ii';: .li'-.ti.
A Sublime Bridal—the Atlantic and Pacific
Sjuio uevVu ini!!i.jh t f d jilars have
r cu vXT '
ll'Ji'ls iifmir P:i!-i!ln I tin. in.
calculable treasures of the distant Orient,
mo uesunea to How 111 unremitting
The stupendous enterprise of uniting
the twoOoe.ins whi :h enibiace the great
erpoitiouof the globe, we are proud to
say, was conceived and executed by our
oivn citizens, in the frowning face of obsta
cles lhat none but Americans could have
overcome. The swamps, the mountains
and miasmas of the lsthmusdrove all the
tin: engineers of Europe home in di.-pair
who oontcRiphited the gigantic underta
king, and the Herculean work was left to
the hands, an I hearts of men in wle
vocabulary "there is no such word as
fad." The Engiiiee: s of England and
Fiancepronoui.ei d the project utterly im
practicable. To the late lamented John
L. Stevens and his associates, Aspinwall,
Chauuey, Coii, Whileright, and others,
tne world is indebted for the completion
ot this oueat uo.nd this coiiimerciiil
linking ol the hemispheres. An enter
pri.tc so full of poetic sublimity, and so
iraugnt wki. interest co-extensive with
the whole earth, may well command the
admiration of the world.
but as .he lruiu thereof will soJa show, j
, ' -veu inr ey wen iiivcsieil. Aeros.
uw oi ia isliai.u. tue goi-ien pro-
.nevmg this union; j
Small Potatoes for Seed.
,1C. preM.nt sac Jrs. Severance has pro
half vided for the entire indebtedness of Mr.
S. to the Canal Bank, amounting to five
jorsix thous.luJ jollans aIli,0U1 thL.ro
was no legal claim against hei or her
property for the debt. We take the lib-
'rty "it-ntioiiin. thiit tlie facts are ex-
cctdiiiidv creditable to Mr. and Mrs.
., 0 - . , , ,,
Severance. Cleveland JJeruld.
Mr. C. T. Alvord, of Wilmington,
Vermont, says: "Someeighlyearssir.ce.
at the t-me of planting my potatoes, I
came shore of seed to plant. Previous
to this lime I had used large whole po
tatoes, or the seed ends cut off for see I,
and supposed that no othurs would an
swti. 1 resolved to try the exDcrinu-nt
of planting small potatoes, the largist
being about the size of common plumbs,
but the most of them bein" smaller. I
carried several bushels of these little
things to the field, and commenced plant,
ing them, putting from two to four in a
"The potatoes in the different parts of
me new came up m. the same time, but
the vines from the small potatoes were
not as large and as thriity as those from
the large ones. At the first hoeing,
there was some difference in the tops,
but after lhat the tops from the small
potatoes looked as well as any -of the
ueld, and continued so through the sea
son. AVhen I came to dig iheni I found
the potatoes where the small setd was
planted to be as irood, iu every respect.
as those where the large potatoes were
planted. I here w ere as n.any in a hill,
and the potatoes were as larjic, and with
as few small cues, as tho.e from the
"M;tny of the farmers in this vicinity,
altei seeing the experiment fairly tried
are using small potatoes for seed. This
winter 1 have had several applications
Horn potato dealers lor small potatoes
for seed, who inform me lhat the farmeis
whom they j urchase fiom have general
ly adopted the way 'of using small pota
toes for seed. Country Gentleman.
Sale of the Severance Place. A
sale is concluded, by w hich Gorman C.
L.ildwuv becomes the owner of the ele
gant residence of M s. C. M. Severance,
upon Euclid street ; the consideration,
823,000. This is one of the most' com
plete houses in Ihe State, and the richly
slocked and carefully laid out grounds,
have a value far beyond the mere dol
lars and cents which they cost.
The peculiar circumstances under
which Mr. Severance has been placed by
the failure of the Canal Bank, will jus
tify the saying of a word or two in rela
tion to private matters. This place, now
isojd, belonged legally and morally to
.Mrs. b., having been purchased bv the
late Mr. Sibley, of Canadaigua, former
guardian ot Mrs. b., with money of his
ward. Or, to be more precise, the
Prospect s reel property was so purchas
ed, and the r.ucl:d street
mi; ulULLflia III 111'- lu.-pcci Slice'.. lb
,1... ...1 . ..e .1. . i . . . . 1.
i , . i . . e
has come to our knowledge that out of
Mrs. Severance has rendered herself
somewhat celebrated by her public lec
tures. Vvllietl r.re snM In tim-i. vini.il i
, . . . . ,
high order ui talent,
Uivottre ok Ri:v. tlEomiK Sheloj.
tlis Sl'si-ensiox ruo.'i tii;: Mixistkv. At
its b.te .-es.i.n iu Windham, tlu IVesby
ter- of Portage look tin. '.I action in the
case of lleV. tiKliKtiE SllKt.POX, :ig lillst
whom a clutrge was i ing !k fore Prosby.
!ery for drs-.-rting his wife with. mt g'vd
reason. He had been summoned to a n etir
il, fir..- I Iiu
I'reihv i. t V and
"!ie nse w as lo
J. I. TV I
- ard ..f tin- nr. : t::; .f ii:e Ve
iM rf. M xU i,T!.t of Mr
Sni.f.i ,v :t u:, i-n.f, ..ip.I iiil il.:-, ,.ii.,
.i,.,-. ., .j e uihxV.A Mr. SliELIOM
Iud procured a lull of tli ore.? tiom his
" Tho bill was r,t:it.-d l.y the Cj in
in While coiinlv. l.i li.in.i, liere he hail
tl u-.r a c.Miside raMe. li:n. 'i'his
eircu.iist iiice preseiued tlu; business in u
s,.llt. !r t,..Vl
tilt ittlilii I
lom us heasd i:i viiii!ici.i Ion o!
ih- C'.!ir.s !
he had pursue.1. Aft r i
llie fnll'ivviii:; resiiliiti. il w:
fill Hi. . i ring, I
s adopted, viz:
Resolved, That tt-.V. George Sin Idon, i
fjr liuviii.r i.bs.iiiK-.l n t'ivoreo 1 rem his!
ite. with n i all- LMtiono! the one cause lor
uhieh Christ allows divorce, liis hroi-hi
such a stMii.iiil iijHiii i:if minis!. ri:il an I
Cliristi.in (.li.iii.ut! r. ns n quires lhat ho
.should he istisjit l. I. il IVoiii tlieeosj il mil),
istr', until lie i; r.-ci.oi!-l to Ids wiie,
in. til it Ii : m i l.- lo al'iiear tn.it .such
.11 .''li'iii, h- is not account-
ul.h- lor tl.e I'jiiiire. 'I her. tore,
Resolve I, That he Ijl- s-i s::spen:le.l.
Portage County Democrat.
t. L i: is. Atr l 20. The ouice of
the Luminary, at. Parkville, suspected
Free Soilisin, was attacked, on S:ttur
day, by '2M cilizeus of I'laM eountt
and desiroyed. '! he piers wjis tiiiown
i'ito the .jissoun river, it.e editors
aba nee saved them fn in a coat of tar
and feathers. Resolutions were jiassed,
declarin 'die papers! iiuisunce, denoun-
cmr th ' editors, a d threatening their
lives, and the ivts ot other Free Soilers.
melhoJi.-t pn ncher will be allowed to
preach in the enmity, under a penalty of
coal ol tar ami lea'.nerj lor I lie liisl of
fence, and haninj; for the second.
Fist Fi;.ht is liiuii LiFi-. A tele
gnijihic dispatch from Washrngton to a
Jiapir, dated April 20. says:
Lieut. Deal.!, formerly Indian Agent
California, and whose accounts li.ive
been idlowcd l.y the Treasury Dt
paiiineiit, inllic'.ed a seveie cistigation
his lists, on a Colonel Mannypemiy,
Commissioner of lir.Ii.iti atlairs at
nrd's Uo'-tl, ll is afternoon. Mr.
attributes the temporary disallow
aaee of his accounts, tj the hostility of
Manny j innv. i
Beauties of the New Constitution.
t-vi!8 wo i,o;v sulF r. l-v rc-,s:n. ' f !, j ,.-
ri-g machinery of our New C.!;-:-.i:k-h.
!. , seem limt i!,..
Vetii:-t t!:ut men if all p;.rtirsw id
i-ji::oii !o remedy, ut toe t ur-
convention had the vanity to sui-pos thai
,, . I i " - , 1 '.
Hie concentrated ixioni ot Ihe &iaN; ex-
iti d in iheir body, and tint so much wis-
it iiii c-'ind never ; gain b." a:l ered
lb lite t
hdiors d lhat troneeit. '! ass. m-
hlagc of it:en were directed to the lying
ep of !ht hands of the LegisSatu-e, ami
bioeking out for all future time the woik
of Slate gi.veruin. m. The grti.t evil of
lht old constitution was mad,, greater iu
the new c institution. Undei tiie t'oruit r,
l.ititude w is n it given fi;r ihe cxjians: jii
of !.eSiit'-; uiiifer th" Litter litis ui.-al
coi'Miioiiwc.d.ii is fore, d . ii.u a conv.iiu-
ti iii.il mould regar.lies.of die wants i f the
fc.:it -, a ; I n ;;.rn s- of tlie , .u niieg v- ice
f e.p. i i -nei-.
A li t a ly o-:r (iiurts .-no f.ifeed to dwlge
lin- iiiipraeticah!.. !( atili ea of the n.-.v c ii-
st.ii. lion, hv arhitrory .! cis'om hich vi..
i .. .i . i - .1
i.ue me pi..::.-.-,! language. Vt-.r in-tance,
i.ic co.istit.itn-ii provides, thai t-v.-rv le--i.-lative
hill shail U- fully ai.d dis h.cJv
reuil mi three d:j: retd tl.i'vs, ludt ss threi"-
I lurlhs, dispense with the rule
our su -
premti Com!, in its hite Inpjor law do
cisiou, said lhat il i.s not uncoiisti: ul ii.ntd
ur uie legisiaiure on tlie thud leaillii" to;
....... ull4 except inert IV
the enacting clauic and insert and pass
iiisUiiler another ;;ct as an aiiieudni- i.t.
If that is not Judicial whipping ih devil
around the .stump, we ;,re ignjrjul of I he
term. But the Court, seeing the utter im-practic-abitiiy
f.f legislating under such a
r ..... ,1. I ;-i
rule, h ive thus set it aside, without even
hringing lo Hit ir aid a legal quihble.
Again, biennial sessions of the legisla
ture, are an uui!iiiig.,iL-d vi!, and ctomol
In. rn.tii rod 'I'lu. in.. I. . .-... . ..........
. ' ' ."
imj; u.u ui ti.is i.-.nuie oi our poia-y mam-
l:,st possible inona-u,. tin. tuuiiv frrirvnni
ftst litems.-. v es daiiy. Hail vte a leila-
lure this winter, SJUie of the huithellS of
taxation could he remedied, and OUT UII-
VI ieldy, ridiculous, antl il-liiltillg eitV Ves-
lure iniol.t he overhauled, ana midc to
a little mori snugly. The enti.e i.-
propriatioiis front I lie general government
lor Custom Ih.u.-es mid l'ost thl'iecs
Ohi i. will lie over i4n:iri loll fir
a I welveincitit'i or more, awaiting the s: s-
sion of a Legislature t: convey o "I'ncle
.Sam" jurisdiction over the silts for these
t'stahlishmeuts. A initial, slsort sessions
of the Legislature are more tcunmiical.
ulld more Uelit iieil to i!k Slate.
The most grivous evil we havp no
ticed, growing out of this worse than blun
der, e.vists in Hamilton Count v. It seems
lhat in the repeal of the Ciimiilal Court
of Cincinnati, its jurisdiction was not con
1 i , . ,! t
(erred upon any oilier court, fence a
o..a. ... ..., ;,eimcis are tuiliei. loose
wilftcut hindrance, 11. d the judge f f one
of ihe courts in Cincinnati, Upon dlscharg-
iilL' persons I o Were arrested OI1 a chu rye
riot, said that liiere had U ell UO It- is-
I I : " r I .
P..-nr... i .;r...i ii
v, e-"" "J",?ult,m,la"" maM
mgues tuus! run ut !.ir lor tiic v c.iu:iit
be brought l trial utit.l .here is so-i.e
niiioiuinitiit to criniiuu! cmle. Cleve.
A Fearful Tragedy.
The London Times lavs before its rea
(lers the particmhirs of il Iiorrible all'uir
Wllich recently OCCUrred near the Dutch!0"-
ecUX-nit-nt Of Transvaal, at the Cape of
( . i . i i 1
Good Hope, and which, we think,
Ollly he paralleled in atrocity aolOllJJ the
achievements of modem times bv the
exploit of Marshall St. Arnaud in
Algiers, when he smoked and burned to
death thousands of his barbarian oppo
nents who had sought refuge in a deep
and spacious cave. Jn the case of .he
Cape of (iood Hope, the Cafree Indians
had murdered, in October last, under
circumstances of great barbarity, ten or
twelve men and women of the Dutch
settlement. Immediately General Pre
torius raised an army of five hundred
men, and accompanied by Commander
General Potgreter, proceeded on an ex
pedition to revenge the blood of their
viciimj. After au absence of several
weeks they reached some remarkable
subterranean caverns, half a mile in
lenJ'h, aild fl'Oill three to five hundred
feut 111 Wlilih. w belt! tire Cafrers lilld imi-
I .1 1.. 1r i - ,
111-ui.inu imriiiMi.i.5. i wn iii iinnai
. . . i. - .
atllUSMKlt. Ocneral 1 retljriUS alttlUDled
. . .. ' .
io oihm uie roeus auove uie caverns, and
, , , ...
thus crush the savages beneath the ruins.
Tiie ptculiar character of the stone,
however, rendered this scheme imprac-
ticabl , ai.d lie tuen stationed his men
arolin I Uie niOUtll Ol the CaVt-S, antl bUllt
up walls in front of them. After a few
days, many of the women and children
were driven by hunger and thirst from
their hiding places, and were aliowtd to
escape ; but every mm who came forth
was shot dead with tl eir rides.
On the 17th of November, al 'he close
of a siege of thrte weeks, the besiegeis,
seeing nt. signs of life, entered the cav
erns, and tl.e .-ileuce within, together
with the horrible o.ior arising from lli-2
bodies of the dead, told how eileclually
their object had been accomplished.
M..... .., o ui (-'..i,....,. i,...i ,
.UUIC I 1. 1 1 1 . .1. 1 1.'.. J ...... Ul-l.il 3I.U.
ter upon them a population :o effect sec
tioual purposes, the impression here is,
tin y uould tventualiy h.:ve b come In e
territory. As it is, however, the seal of
shiveiy is lixed upon Kansas, and tie.- Ne
braska portion of the Administration is
in hi.'h "he at the result. Quite a re
joic n:' came olf at the White House on
the day tiie news reached us, und the!
toast, tile SOH ' and the wine, were the
down at the niouihs of the caverns, and
. . . , - . , .
a much greater unmber had perished bv j
.low c!ree.s, suilci in- all the hoi rorsol j
bUtrvaliuH 111 thegUMJiny reCCSScS WliUa.
PKESIIJEMIAL KEJOIf'iNi;. II:itl llie
. . , . " , . ' . I
DC W lenr.orieS been left to ItblUC tUtir
vviflioiil nnr i.r..mrt tn fin- ur
UIUL, UllliOUl anjaianipilOlOlxeor IO-
. j .. ,... .... :, , V..,i l- , ,1,.,,
Jt T Ol lite evening. lOU know tliat
uiir worthy Chief Magistrate, once on'
e-... . i'. .I ..f .. .1 . !
a lime, n as It nd of a glas ot good
oraiuy ana water, aj man- otuer gen
tlenien are. 1 dou'l say that he evtr in
dulges now a-days, but I do know that
he frequently visia the height i of
.Georgetown fjr his health, and the day
succeeding ihe festivities incident upon
ihe result of t:ie Kansas election, it be
came iiecssary for hini to pay anolhei
vi it. Washington Cor. St L. u s Re
puUican. Twenty Tons of Hay rta Ache. It
was stated by Mr. Cird, at an agricul
tural dinner given by Mr. Mechi in Eng
land, recently, that 20 tons of hay had
been raised olfa tingle acre, in Scotland,
last season. It was Italian rye gr:tfs,
which grow; to a great height in the hu
mid climate of Scotland, and he cut from
7 to 1 0 times from March to December.
In the instance named, it was cut 10
times, but after each cutting anJ abund
ant application of liquid in. 1 1. ure was
Iticucsr .Man in hie Imh.i.na I'uniten
riARY. The Itij-elv Circuit Court, last
week, sentenced .Mr. Muirto the peni'i-ii-tiarv
tin" t'o years, liir tiriii'i a in!- of
Mr. .Muir is prooibiy the riuliesi j
1.1 ll'i'h V C'.l.tliV, I'll!. It i S it'll' -S
its pio,-r v is vii.rth near iod.fiiio.
; .: l.i t n I ii s'rif.- t ) l! lieii, ami no-.
it ill have tin- honor of ! r vvjrin "I lis
tlie rich, st nun in t:is p it;-- HI ary.
,i'l !':;.! ! s nil tiling of uhic'l Ik
, i 1lnt'nM Sentinel.
York, and kept Ur tin r, a ye .r learning .
the duties of houeke ring. The woman
; hu fr... 'h j .. n-turnwl t..
wo-i iiu froia I tror.-t.er. sent her to New
s A Novct Slavs Case. Tlu Mayor
of liichiri-iiJ, Va., h:s got a i ovel lave
cas : beinre Ii:m. A t.r.,on bought lui
Richmond, she v. a ; r es!ed by tlie po-
1- .ii , . - I- .
hce otacers u der the act hrbldmg lree
'g-oes from another state the privilege
of coming into Viriri i'. The Mayor,
h cmiug the uuestion somewh t e myli
: cated, said he vv uld render his decision
-in a few days.
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.a i.avy ok .iurri-E. l no rc-ion
; Times pul.lishcs a h ttt r, purporting
i color Pom .Mis. Patterson, llireatcmiig io
jcowhido a::y oe.c who s i s anything ca-
lumiiioiis ;.f i-iiher hrrsi if or Mr. Ili-s.
j'l.e iii'-in'e r nfihf Ni::;!ieiy luvi stig.iting
Loiiinuttei-. li ;t is i.lleged, .n.k Iod;:i:g
fir iiiei--e!l' and a lady, and charged it in
h'.1 l iii agiinst the St-.t", :.s hie for
l.lSo's ';j;i. ( 'one. iil!e-.
Warren, April 25.
W.M,'. - 37 Wht-at. p r.iiht-1,
TiaulLy Se.l, 3 1 (illit'orD. in ears"
F- atiit-r. J- !l. -V'. ito Sh.-il.- !,
. i4 I..t5, " -
2 i53 ll Print Api'le. P --
1 j IU) llrii-.l I'tacbei, " -
- - 12 'j Kl.Kir,
- - It. Uocou ?houMcrs,
- - Hi Si 1-5, -
- !;! Hams.
liny, r um.
I. ir-1. pour.il. - - 1 S.i-r-irt'iire'l illKS.
i .U, f i.arrl, - - Si i Kisb. p l'i - -
New York, Apr. 25.
Hour. 8!0 II j'J Com, $1,13
3Ies Torlt, 31-,J
Cleveland, Apr. 26.
Ilnai. 1U A llMl. Corn, sscti. Oats. Cic. But
Xer Hrt. Ciieese, lllc. Talloa-, 11 z,licls. I'a
tatoe, $ I a.
I iwtti of Warren.
j In ItoalanJ, l.y John Keens, Esq., Mr. Jous C.
. Oaove, and ilis K- .ii. i 0on-e, h.,th of lion-land.
In Imliauapoli, Iud., on the -4th injtby the Est.
' s- T-Ui"rt-Jlr-Lr' r'i'3'S.BLSE,fornieriyofYoung.
sel i J- crnt, .f Indianapolis
1 In Warren, on the -1st ir.t.. hy Rer. Geo. W. Malttiy,
; Mr. Oeo. J. l'ucu, and Mis CaTnawM M. Mokzrt,
Iu Farminon, March 1KU. Elizabeth UraLBtitT,
wife of 3. M. Hudson, aged 38 years.
In Hartford, on the ti'.h inst., of small pox, 3frs. Puts
a Mi'KR&Y. wife of H. W. Murray, aged 33 year. A
circle of friend synijAthize deeply wi;h the aulictetl
I husl.an.l in this severe loss. An affectionate wife, a
kind niother, and a nol.le hearted woman has exchanged
th: sphere for herFatliei bouse in which there are
In WeathersfieM.on the 23d in.it-,51rs. Ma.STJ.nr.-i-tex,
wife ol John A. Hunter, aged 8 years.
, singularly ellkaciou tioi: on the Wood : iu
sirenhrntnca vivifyiug qualities : iu tonic actioo
on tLe liver ; it tendency to drive all humors to the
I aurface, tlierel y cleansins the system according to Ka
of i ,an'i VD l'rc3ril"iaa ' """nUis. and at tl.e same"
-lime extra(rIiury jrooJ eiTccis. ami the numier of
I tiermaa Bitters, which are prepared by Ir. C. M. Jack
In c--13"0' dyspepsia, liver complaint, and de
! JW-it Uiedistireons their many Tirtn
I have lone since been made plainly apparent. The;
! the natural functions, and bring palene to the check,
and suScring to the brow. They lanish tUose clogf
A '-AMrfc. AUUlllOM to oui stock of!
A - M nil uim;.-, a-.ll l.e hire f oun, at ADAM J. 1
mFkIXO AND SUMMKU GOODS
Uj at the NEW YUKK STORE.
The Mibtteritiera" are now recirin? their noal snn-
ily of Siri" u,i tumnjrr uJ are i-reijareii to I
oiler tfreat iiulueeniems tu tliue wiio wi.-h tt liuy gooilj
cbe;tit. Farmers produce taken aj heretofore, for j
wUlch C;ijih;i:ia SisiH tc :
Uiioa.dattlie apr.i.j XtW VOHK STOKE. I
- J -
I Asa SPRlNll and Sl'MMER MEDICINE. Carters
Spanish Mixture stand j.re-emiuent aliore all othera
cures testifieU tu by mauy cf the snurt rwnectal ie citi
sns of Kicbaion!, Va acd eU-,'wht;re, must be cott
t tusive evidcuce that there is no humUu about It.
The trial of a single IxUle will tmlisfy tlie most step
lical of its l etiefiu.
ftre a.irertiicmcnt in another column
It trouM hardly do for any one to tut ve the temerity
now-a-Uys to uaeation the excellence of Dr. llootiand'fj
upon tlie haiiimiesi, restore the 5yittm to hib
health. See a'lTertidement. Apr. 4, 1m.
SELLER'S CaCGIl SY Rl"P,VITllOLtT A RIVAL."
PlTXSBtcH, (.th Ward.) Feb.25, liiO.
Sir. R. E. Sellers : On the IHth utU I caught a
--a? .. M.it Thn niri C.,ll..viii.r I want tn rA
earlier than usual ; yet, uotwithstandVn?, I hail slept
none the meht bfore. niv conirh was o severe that 1
Ciml t not sl-ep, neither could tiiose in the room with
tue. The erton ybrpiny witii ne was so much annoyetl
by my cu irhiii?, that he -rot up and went to adrujr. store
and bou ght a Ixtttle of your t'on-rh Syrup, one dose of
which, to my pre.tt astonishment, stoppeil my couph as
ifbymairic. I weut to work in the morning, and am
now quite well. Yours, dec,
I do hereby certify that I am well actmaintetl with
the above circumstances, and that the statement given
is true. A. JOHNSON.
Prepared and sold by R. E. SELLERS 6c. Co., Pitts
l urh. Pa. Apr. 4. lm.
l N ORDINANCE. riTukinL' aa aPDro-
f - priaiion of money for tlie improvement of tlie;
r .. "- . .v' r. .... , .
i imt i. uni.ti .il i-j i.ic Lin. lui u. n.e .ncu.uu..ucu
Vi n.u,.n ...,. . ... .vi.uuitii .1,. ki.M.
;-- " r "T " 7 ,
dreddolLir lie, and the same l herel.y a..nro..ri:aed
I rr..mtl.e renernl fund. no in th.Tre:vsorv not other-
I ww ..-.i r.., . .... , -.-..JiJ ,h-
. ,. -i-. - -i --" .
liu'dic ground iu suid V lllage.
Thi ordinance to Like eHect from and after it pas
sage. Paaed tn Council Ai.nl 21st. Ija.
Attest, U.U. ItKEVtS, E.-conler.
a;.r ii, lw.
T OST !n Warrm. rai the. e.Vh inst
- a Mortsae Deed aud eipht N.ites.amoantinirto
BI.'aki. uniwu to tne oni.-r ol James Akmcs. t-y t.).ler
luwns. of Urist..!. Uai.1 Heed and Note were wrapped
in a piece tf news-paper. A rea..onaMe rewanl will e
paid tt.e fin.U-r vu their beicr; left at Thompsoo's store,
iu Uristol, or inforiuiitiou of their whereabouts sent to
me. Tit Jefferson. Ashtabula Co., O.
apr.-il JAV'Ei AKISES.
rPHOMAS J. McLAIX, Attorney at
L Law, has several Dwellin Houses fur rent, astcui
1Lf M any one wants Insumnce on Life, or against
Iois by Fire, k-t him cull in, and villain a put icy in some
one of the tuatij gtxnl Cnu'-paDie he represent Com
panies that aliiy p;iy promptly.
V ;trrea, Ajiril 3w
joiis nr r. iri.
I ii U. H. IIL7TCIILXS, Attorneys at
" L.nr. 0-ce on Nurtli Main street, bear th iesi-
. n. Hen mss.
.Itnce of J..hn llutchii.. Warren. O.
ri 1- f I
I I hri A SlUfflr
-y 'j- " j
mm tj ." U'.1tj. Molissea. ;
Riirs Cotlee, for s;ile at Cicintnti prices. I
a Minj freight, at tiie N fcW uTK sTOli:;.
japr .--.. i
lUECES rillXTS all grades!
l)yJs aii-l desrii.tiins, from fmireent t a shil-i
li.ijc er yard.
SBIV VoKK STORK.
rAStllO.N'AULJi ST II AW DO N-
L.r. .l PlrajoN. tlie b.reat rfi.el.- in the l om.tv enn !
v .-t.:i.i..... I? .
IENCII PRINTS, Cinghams, Lawns,
JL 3:u-iins. Ch-iths, Ban: -es. and other rich dress
L, ,-., ' luril.v, th.
a;.r. -a. " BW V0KK STORE.
?AIIIONABLE HATS. One
1. v:.:ts Hearer Hats, of superior quality, at l
aI,r- - --
1.PUV MI)K (T OTlIIYd A V! I i
Z, . v I r ,r , , ,1
t 11 ATS A9 CAI-S.-W0 h.we o,.ene. a sales-
room de-.-'.t.-d e telusivciy t luis tra-lL-.aud ke.-p as.
iarae a st'srt as can l-e f..und in thecuunty aU'ays i
c.VH.au.l .rr.-.uu-a m-ll made, at fie j
!? N hU 0KK S.T?RE-
1rvr WIITOV Ir - 1 .1 !
JOIAL. IWl.lU.tl, i)ru-,scl-, tliree:tJtltr
ii Ply, Inraia !! Ve:.:t:an Car.etini!, ! Uu.'S, I
Urn-'i.-l"-., MaiW.;:-'. od Cl.ilti. Vl., ttic iarrst st.H-k iu ;
M,,i,:.a,it. " STnSj j
, ', , T" - I n- 1 in - 1 I .L
Li.Vv.1V, 1 i;m, Vii.uu u:on, a lit tl 1
aid Stimuli- r Silks, id greit Tnriety at thp
II-S Ciis-ime's, 5;iiine's a:.J eve
J th:i z in tl.e Ilm: of cuoi-jn poo ?s at jirlct-s t!vit de
fy cw t.liuu. al lit iUV VOi:K TOKU.
PAPER HANGINGS, Window Pa-
per and Oil Shades. a.T: I
r.IKAV Y f UEETINGS AND SIIIKT-
1. Si, six f e)t-til cel.ts, at tht-
E1V lOKh, SiOlii
ROCKERY, G ass-Ware, Looking
..... .- - n l-.v.i. d'm.lr f-.i. 'ar:.r4 l.e Irilllid
.j.r. 1 NtW lOUKSlVKE. j
13 ROC 'HE Silk and Crape Shawl . and i -
.Mantillas, at the NEW iOKh. l.tfc. A
7RKSH TEAtS t i...-n ati l l-taes at
C Slid .t,.. ui S'l "..'H- !t.ir..r. .11 I 1
Tiim' vvii slln l.y, Viekeo mil
F J . 1 J . . . . ' . -' - L
fc,re :.vkn lc.:a S!i.t t!. wst fiiti.1:- 1
r...r ;.t. I . ' I. .v ....... .
Tapioca. Coin S:a.ch,JJro
tu hiKjV" ' sti i-ouk sTOi:::. 1 Kj
V.'tt !. ,he?
';,'-.lc:- :t,,.,i expert 'ffJ
X YORK. BOOT AND SHOE
' sctliff & tcttlk, riaint.ai.
arr. -.5. 3
Ue afternoon, between Uie houn, of one anrt f.mr.apou
K.e premises iu Kri?toi, will he Mhl to the h?-he hirr-
.tei-tlie fullowins real estate, as the pniertj' of Azel
Lovelar.d, Uec, to wit: inety -nine acres of lajl. sub-
ject to the (ow-r of Kniily Lorelmrd. wiiow of said cie
limi cea.-etl ; hein lrt of lot No 11, Utvumn -6. lot
'.iiriion .No.6; M ti. Wvwiou No. 3: iyiuff atl.ni
lircred as .sheriff and lteceirer, I shall "-xuose to pui
Or .c sale as uim exi-rusion at law at the Ware House of
leen ai w.ll.te.1 and tiualified ss Adiniuistrator on Uie
of tnrfs W. Cushneil, hue of Hartford. Trumbull
Cou.,ry. ,1,-ee ,-l. lULl'U PLl ilU.
al-r -'t ".V :.r.
"DE 1'LCMB'S ESTATE.
ill. Morice is here'.y i.-iven that tho subscriber has
f,een a....oii.te.l and .jualilied is Administrator, 0:1 tile
Jerrose.1. tUASClS 31. l'LL HB.
at.r. i'j, 'V. 3-.
:V'0YCE jo ATS' ESTATE.
1 Noiieei-i hereby jriren that the sanseribershavo
t -.,,,.!r,-.t , r. CJ.
SraiNU AND SCUM KB STOCK
J-iNt Iteeeived at the
. ?.'.ia U","'-,'S '-'' e-.t to hi (t-
uri.i l lunr, iuviUtd IDeci. I lie alsJ a I .
tocos? at:i ice f.rthTOiiVe,r,.riie r-isi:oofi'K-.ti.c
"!i .;.uli mm ,l" auy kiuJo'
1' u-chn-iii.t Uia tiH-lc ofilie .VIinafiM-tiirtrj for Cash.
Lt i"r,"Z ,mUcauiu
L ldit-l! voail!cto lure, i.pttv r. .;..- SK. -n.l
I iu r Likn ejjci-il care to pleaae you ti svtoi.c ttu
)- (.uuioua' le, fnarA ami moat gUi9lu fr
In.nc wMr, tha cvnll la fuin,. in Sei Yurt; suail
uui hkr tt.e wiaimital as mrU as iual. mil caU juid
if-m! 1 .'iy, brfure uin elM-n l-r.
CciiU! 1 have tlie i.est a.-jurtjiient foryourne ili
. ... . ....c. ui uiaieriai, a:iu t.le latent rash:oii.ii;;y
1 vinaiul Lnanielleil tukitt-ra.
1'ln-u coiw.amt I imii lit joo, willi auy k.ml or
s.i r Oaitr your lu:e ni:y ii-.t-t.
I..U. w. a ta return tiaak f.,r ii?t ait.l
itti-.t.. .1- C'.'til.tr.irl-e.
. . Bo.rtJni-.ilSiioesxv:e:u or.tcran.1 w-irrnnted
. . , P- U. W AKltitN.
I . S. n.ju-t forset t! !.lsoe. 5 3, JUrkt Strtet.
ue.t l' Siuitiu a."l .VtCom. . -'ti '5",
"VOTlCEis hen by civen, that I' s-.i l!
! t sale on tho premise at pil! Itc remlue
on tit's sJi'i .lay 0f .V,y, IrJi. Letveeu the l...ur, .,f 111
A. i. ai:.l 4 l. 31. ou .leferreU (.ayuieau ot tw year.
tlie fuliowiu Je.crii.eU farm aii't real estate, situate in
tae township of Vernon, TrunjI'Uil county, t'.tio, uu.ier
an or.ler of sale issued louiea Kuarilian of Timctliv K.
Ih'.n.psou, liy the erot ale Court of said Count.
One piece ol land ly ine aiiout half a mile North of
tne center of said t.i.-a.;. and konndeil as follows:
nexinmu al a point on the North ami South center
II' -li iy, in said Veruon, at the South-tast corner of
tin. Is ol Lucius UolcomK and runnii:' thent-e South
alon; said lii.-h.my seveuty rods to the Sort!. -East cor-
uer of lands ..f 1 nomas A. Tlioaipson ; thence VI est
aloie fie North line of said land ol Thomas A. Thorn-
three huudrej and thirty live r-Hl to a stake and
'""" ' tn! "illh-aest corner of said Timolny K.
known a linds of Lite owned l.y Or.ii.eer, and on the
luonioson ian.is;tnence norm on the east l.ue of laud
west line of lands of said Timothy K. rhompson, sev
enty rods to thv south line of lauds formerlr owned l.e
Perry Sheldon, and now helonirinz to said Lucius liol-
t.ndsof llolcou.b3-.il riMi to the place of he"iiinin.
containing a-ithin said liomidarie., one hundred and
forty-three acre and forty-five rods, known a tre
houiest-a.1 farm of said Timothy X. Taoaipson. Said
tract of lan.l aril l,e old entire or in parcels as may
l.estsuit purchasers. AAKON 11. ( LAKK,
UuardiaD of Timothy K. Tlioinnson.
Tc-tti.b. Ally's. apr. ia-l.w
C UARDIAVS SALE.
V I The an lersiyne l .titrdians of Amy Brijrht, El?
a'ith Bright, .M.irarr't UriJit, and James Franklin
Urinht, miaaor cUilart-n of Jutuh Bright, deceased ; io
ptiriuinee of an rdT of snlr tuade by the I'ruliate
t'ourt,of Trum! ull t'onnty. will, oa the "Jtiih day of
3iay. A. J. at ihe premiiHfS hereinafti-r mention
ed, sell at FuMic auction, to the highest iiH-lvr. four
midiri-led srettth part, of th following descritte!
r.ttuiB subject to the life estate tlierein of Amy Bright
idow of said Josiah Briffht, deceased, via : a parcel of
land situ:tcil in Newton in this county, be in a part ui
lot No. 5, in section No. 14, and hounded nouthwestly
partly by U? highway runniug from Warren to Price'
-Willi, in Milton. and south partly by the lot line, aud
west on the original lot line, north by lands owned by
Leonard Mtllt-r. and east by lands of John Miller, sup
posed to contain evemy-eix atrres and a half more or
bss exefpt one acre sold to Geo. Lonen burg her by
J.jsiah UriS.t in his life time.
Also four undivided seventh parts of the following
premises subject to the life estate of said Aniy llri jht,
widow, thrrein.antl also to a life ee or Stephen Bald
win and Uebecc i Kiidwin, in fifteen acres of the parcel
hereinafter duscritted, to wit: situate in said Newton
and bounded on the north by lands of Jese AUrn, and
the highway le:wlinz from Newton Falls to Duck Creek,
on the east by land lately owned by William G timbre.
Bow deceased, on the south by lands of said fJihnorc
deceased, and Israel Coo it deceased, and on the ares&
by laud of John Shearer and Augustus Stevens. Said
interests are appraised at the nam of $)I0 12. Term
of sale made known at the time of the offering afore
said. JOSEPH W.CGOK, r wj
JONATHAN 1). BRlliliT.i
pr. 25, -1 .v.
Court of Common Pleas for Trnaball Co., 0.
'ine President, Directors, fc CoM
of the Western Keserve Bank, I .
vs. fcivil Action.
P. McCorcuick, Jacob Robeson, I
John liattlos and J. Knboi ns, Jr. )
Y. McCurmick. one of the drfend.ii.ts, a non-resident
of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that on the 21i
day of April. A. 1. b"i, the piaintiifs fileil their petition
against the defendant in said Cowrt, al!etnt thai the
defendants are indebuil to them on the Pruuiisory
uoseofsaid P. McCormick, the sad P. McComdck a
1 makvr, and the sa d ILohesou, Battles and Joiah Uob-
iins Jun. as emiyr-rs, in the sum of with inter
est frhni Feb. id, IKi.". Said note dated Nov. 1st, 154,
and jtayaMe at the Exchange Bank. Pittsburgh, Pa-,
ninety days afterdate.
A writ of Attachment was issued in said canse against ,
the poli and eftert of said P. JlcCormick. Tiie
pl:iit:tiiis will fc'ke Jud-jmert, by default, against said
P. 3IcL'orniiek fur the &unt and interest as aforesaid, un
let1 he answers ty the -3d dtv of June. 105.
J. & I. 11. liL TCHlSs, Any' for PlaintilTs.
rr. ?'. '.V 6w.
CTATE OF OHIO, Trumbull County,
KD 33. Court of Common Pleas.
Drayton Andrew ami
Asa Audrew, f
Killeon C. Bnrt and 1
Ahnon Saekett. J
The defemhvTits will tiike notice, that Ihe plaintiffs filed
thir ietition in said Court airainst them ou the 1st dny
of August, It stating that the defendants wereiudehi
ed tu them in the sum of $147, with interest on
from January 5th, 1pj4, and interest on S1.5U from
April lt, lr64, and interest on $63JSO from January
i K'4.' on different promissory ntes mentioned iu
l". -!" j '"a u"rureui ,.oioinijr
A writ of attar brae?: t wa also issued on said claim.
at(ai(i4L the gonds. ehatteia anil etfeet ni suitl defen
ilanis, in said coanty of Trumbull. Tbe ilefeudants are
required to answer by the 3d day of June, If jo, or
Judgmeut will be taken bv defrmlt.
J. & L". U. HlTCIlI-3, Atty for PllTs.
.pr. 23, 35 6w.
, TTACHMEXT. ! "
I . Asa IV. Parker,
vs. S Notic- in Attachment.
Notice i hereby piven that, at tho instance of the
plai i! tiff, a writ in attachment ws issued in this action,
on the JSta day of April, 1K3, by Jetferwn Palm, a
Justice of the Peace, of Warren township, Trumbull
County, Ohio, a gainst the jroods, chattel, stocks or in
terest in stoek, rishts. crcilits. moneys and effect of
the defendant, to recover of him the sum of gj.W) nd
ioterest from March 9th. Ifi3, ahich writ hai be-n
... . . ... . . , . . .
rveil and returned, and trie cae continued to tli l.
day of June, I'-ii, at oas o'clock P. M. fortriit.
1 .. . --l-u ...
J. AoPfcR, Atty. fur PUT.
P'-. - -
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull County,
S3. Court of Cummuti Pleas.
Al ert Lewis, ,
vs. Civil Action, Summoc.
The' ilfiVndatit. Caleb Iarker,a nonr-dtnt of the
Slate ol Ohio, will take notice, that on the id day of
April, Ifii, Albert Lewis the plaiutitf, hied hi petiun
in said Court, askini; for a Ju.i-'iuent against siii de
fendant, fur the sum "f 91t-0. with interest from tiv Hth
day of $epteni1er li3, for balance due on horses sold,
aid defendant is hereby notitie! apiear and an
swer said petition on of fcefoie the -3l day of June
next, ur Judgment will be taken against him 1y de
fault. J.otL . U.1U TC11IN.
apr. 25 135-6t Ally's for iMantiff.
X Milton frmliff) I-efore Jeleiliah Fiteh.
tteo 31. Tuttie. I r.q.. Justice of Peace,
f for Warren. Truml.ull
31i.!iael Ilutier. ) Co., O.. in Attachment.
Tliia suit c.iinnieuceil l.jr altaehmeut iuel April lith.
and returnable April 1 st, lr.V. bj and l-.efure mktd Jus
tice, and was continued to June 4th. lsjj, at 9 ocl..clc.
A. 31. for trial. It Is bruuclit to ree.ver o." the defend
ant. Hu:.r.a promisaory note. for 3lr1,.!aced June'Jyth.
1 r. t1 . ar:.l i:.tere.f tmm il.te. ....1 m. u. uvniiut f.,r nrn
f-.-ssiouaiserTices-aiaoanliue tod-H.with interest from
. . - .
the ea.t iIe of a hue rauntng North aud outh through
... a.:l . .:. .
.k.9. wur-iniru . uiic-imni in quo year ana
ose-tit:ru in two jcars from sale.
Ailiuiiiistrair of Azel Loveland, dec.
apr. j, jw.
1 11 Court of Com mo u Pleas,
Trumbull County, 0.
Serar.u kuttaii, et .)
cause.) issued out of said C-mrt. to me directed ami de-
Ity Tirtiie of an ord.jr of s ie, (in the above entille:!
I. U. T iyL-r, in Warren, in said Count.T. oa S .tur l:i
the ath .lay i.f 3lay A. 1. 1-J , between the hours of Id
o'cl.Mrk, A. 1. and -I o'clock, P. 3L of said day, a oue
horse buiry :.on.
ll.lt. MA R.MOS. Sheriff and Receiver.
Sher:tT 0rt.ee, Warren. A.r. !., w.
t Pirns W RPSHVKLL'S FSTATf
VJ v,ce ;. herrlr siren that the Mil scrit er has
est.il" Vf '.yce Coats, L.W of Tinial ull C.ml;.-, dt
been a pititeit ai-d qiialit.ed as A-.i.i.n.tn.tors, on the
Mecca, r.pr. 2.1, 5 3t. .
Ii RIVAL BY EXPRESS. We aro
itantly receivinf by xp ts. Ihe new latnlka.
ot tie .1 a eiej cou.e "rou luc I'les.-.
".UTOIIESS D. ABRANTi'iS. The
;.Ud f.,"i;K.i.v'tbe a--ov.n-.aaiai.!!.tish ia.iv.
i'r.cs; S i.U0.at
CIIILD:': HAROLD. A new and
J t.eauti:til wlit'oB. ju-,1 1 ublished. fall ei!t. ntth.
tuentj - tivo el .-.-a..t i:.u..li:uions on corner, ii. .
GREAT LONDON WORE- Teg.s-
;.ry of eai..n..lorv, -r liistiricul ai;d sti-
- ai n-isr.-r. t'r'.ra
i i',r. i'M A II 1 .11 V
. j-.it r.-eeiv:-.! at
treat1 e on .as!ne3 or ho to C't, s ue, lc!.
l--od, and Le iu-ata a.-.r.ev, H!i an i:;.fiiry li.na
c'i tiiee- o! succc.-.-. and cniie-. al failure ii. i-u-.in.-rs.
v-.ve I at L I'r- '--'-J Aii.v.'l.- .