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' Warren, Wednesday, July 4.
13th of July People's State Convention.
V. To tc F&ir?tM or Yeekdox is Oico:
t Atanertfug of the Kipul licjn State Central Com-.
mitt M.;tilI l.v iLe A - WI raxLa P.mvfntmn
which assefnidtd in Co lam) as on the 13th of July,
- a 1854, it was rffolved in committee with the public
oire, twt Republican Fui Conreniior. to I e com
posed of Delegates chosen l.jr the iiidet-etirient Ami
Kehraska Yoters of Olno, who partieij uted in the plori
.ens triuinph of last year, and fuck oih.rs as may sym---athice
with tlirm, t e, -. .. to tw-ft in tlie city of
Columbus, an Friday, the 13ih of July. IfaS, for Uie
crfae of nominating candidates for the following
offices, to wR: tovernor, LicutensjitCaYernor, Auditor
of State. Treasurer of State. Secretary or Stale. Attorney
Genera). Meralr of the tfoard f I'uMie Works, urnl
two Judges of the Swprea.e Court. I
In compliance with ti.e usu.il rule of represent -.lion ;
adopted iu ttate Convention, it wms resolved that ttie ;
ratio of representation in the Convention to assemMr :
-"T w thf fSrtf-tw" July nert, tnwill be owe delegate fr
eveiy five hundred votes cast in each county at the
last election f.r 4udj;e of the Supreme Court, ar.d also .
one additional Delegate fur ever fractional vote so
cast exceeding two hundred and tiftr.
- "7 By the apportionment of the Committee, the Con- .
Tent ion vill eorsirt of 371 dvlccates. and T rural u 11 :
County will he entitled to 6 Delegates.
It la recottmeridcd hy tlie Committee Ih.tt the Ke-
publican friends of Freedom in eneh County meet at
the osnal ptece of holding C.-unty Convei tlons. on :
"" asr.rdny, the "th of July, fr.tr the purpose of choosing i
- Delepites, according to the above apirtionn.fiit, to :
represent them in the State Convention to be he Id ou
,the 13ih. . i
When it is considered that, in addition to the officers j
for the Executive Dt-parUneni of the State lioverumeut. :
.u - there i to b chosen a General Asst nil ly, pn whi.h j
will devolve the duty of selecting a U. S Senator, to
fill the pface of Hon. B. F Wade, whose term expires I
in 'ST. and 1-efnre whicnwiM c me many jneapures of ;
Reform in the domestic policy of our tate, the impor
tance of the approaching election will he comprehended :
, by our reflecting fellow-citiiens. ;
If the outracfipon the rieUs of the Free States hy i
the repeal of the Missouri restriction, made it a dnty
last year to lur all minor diRerences in a united effort
, to arrest toe progress of the Mave pou er.
stronrer hs that duty become by the more l
nr. how rencii
i and the Pol-
: nit i ob of fraud and violence at the Knnzas elections,
HiiO inc uri.iai in me riiii ui tuiiJii' aiiu j"- j
senkin of property to free ciiiiens of 3Ii?souri and ,
Kansas? The day of "compromises" has gone hy. j
. We tbcrcfore appeal lo onr fclion-citizers to I e active
r and vigil ant. Send up a delegation to the 13th of July f
Convention liVe that which a?semMed last year, im- '
, pressed with tlie mairii'tnde of their mission. rerescnt- t
inir the dignity of the State and the will of their consti
tuents, and assuredly success will a fain crown our
A P. STON E, Chairmat . ;
L. 0. VAN SLTKE, Secretary.
Mass County Convention.
' The Republicans of Trumbull county
are tcreby called upon to assemble in
Convention at Empire Hall, in Warren,
"an Wednesday the Foirth of Ji lv, at
tiro o'clock, P. M. to nominate delegates
" to the State Convention to be held at
Columbus on the 1 3th of July, for the
purpose of putting in nominatiou a State
Republican Ticket. The hour of the
County Convention is fixed at 2 o'clock,
so as not interfere with general cclebra
tion of the anniversary of Independence,
"which will occupy "the earlier part of the
day. Let every freeman come full of
zeal to enter upon a campaign which
shall more than lepe-at the glorious tgorlc
(1 854. J. D. Cox.
Josiah Robbixs, jr., B. F. Chase,
Wm. H. Howk, : B. F. Hoffman,
Jobk Campbell, Samuel Hike,
The Ltmocrot is sorely exercised con- j
earning the celebration, and has lost coni
' mand of temper.
.' Mi. Cox has requested us to make no
- - reply to the tirade of abuse which the last
- . Democrat vomited forth against him.
,- The reference to him, was coarse and
ungeutlcmatily. . Mr. C. is quite able to
. defend himself, when argument is need,
ed, but in, this case, ks in many others
- before,; when beaten by the facts, the
Democrat has had recourse to scurrillity.
- We shall enter into no competition with
. the Democrat, in that line.
The preparations for the celebration
are going forward rapidly. The money
- hat leen raised, Jtrr-trorts hare htcn pro
v. cured, powder purchased, good speakers
engaged, and every provison made toj
. jender the occasion an attractive, as well
as profitable one. . Notwithstanding the
.-. labored altenpta to give currccy to the
., irepoit' that the whole thing had fizzled!
Aout. We can assure .the public that;
; - every thing has been doue to render the
celebration, all tliat could be desired, and
. . we can al assure gtrUlemen (? ) who;
- have taken so -. much tiains to male it a'
.-.fczle, that they have labored in vain.
" " '' When the first committee em celebra-
tion of the 4tb, resolved to. drop the af
- lair, a number of handbills were ptinted
" notifying the public of their action.
- - These handbills' are dated June 22nd, j
but were detained by the Democratic'
members until (he 28th. After another i
committee bad taken the matter in hand, j
: and had raised the necessary means,)
r made every preparation for a celebra- j
- tion, and issued new handbills, the pro-:
: - slavery party, by their obedient postj
- master, sent out their bills, with the in-j
tentiona of indncinrr the irublic to believe .
that nff celebration would be bad in War-:
The intention was to deceive, and
the petty meanness is worthy the source
"whence it emanated. -
We do not wonder that the poor fel l
lows were anxious that nothing should
- be said respecting the contrast tetweenj
the free doctrines of the declaration ofi
Independence, and the present pro-slaTe-
rj action of Pierce, Douglass fe Co. j
The" milk in that cocoanut. is easily ac-1
counted for. They might as well take ,
" it. cool. - It ; will make little difference '
with the Locofoco party in Ohio, wheth-;
er 4th of Juiy: 1856, comes at all,
- ; Sister Rose, is a new work by Dick-'
ens. It is quite enough that it is from
r,bis pen, to render it certain to be a read-
able book. . .
Miriam, ok the Avt.uEii ; by Mrs.
South worth, is on our table. We no
. ticed this work in a former No. as being
in press. It fully maintains the firmer
high reputation of its authorship. Mrs. '
Southworth never tears passion to tat
ters, but is true lo nature, and her sto
ries bear an impress of reality which is
rarely found iu fictions of the present
. day. Both of these books are published
and for sale by T. B. Peter, en, No. 102
Vino ima and Magdalen", also by
Mrs. Southworth. In both these tales
the scenes are Iail in the Sou lb. and the :
fair side of the slavery picture is held up
to the view. This last n-.Imed book is
for sale at Adams Bookstore.
A vouso mac named J. R. Ranch,
' who had been spending some weeks'-.it a
Watei -Care establishment at Berlin, died
Hin tlie cars, at Elyriti, un the ICiIi inst.
lie reside! iu Ci'Itiiii'biaiiri Co., and !in !
f::':'ig had started lenue.
Condition and Prospects of the Cleveland
& Mahoning Rail Road.
W.li ....... I n;.viil9r ;a.
Ki-cd bv the Present of the & MJ
Jlail Road, givinj; an exhibit cf i:s pres-1
ent state, and future prospects, which
cannot fail to bo liihlv erratifyinq: to all
r . o J a
who ftel any" inleren in the completion of!
this important woik.
& Mahoning Rail Road. CLEVELAND, June 25, 1855.
The Cleveland and Mahoning llail
lload Comjjany are encrare I in the con
Ptniction of a Railway from Cleveland,
Ohio, to Xew Castle, Pennsylvania,
where it will connect with, the North
Western Ra:l Road, now in Mtccessful
ro-ress to Dlairswlle, on the Pa. Cen-
tial R. R., thus forming an unbioken
bain of continuous gunge from Cleve
land to Philadelphia, which its friends
believe will occupy the veiy first rank
nmong the Railway thoroughfares from
the Lakes to the Atlantic. It will furn
ish the shortest line for pissenger travel
from Cleveland and all the Lake ports
west cf Cleveland, including Chicago, to
either Baltimore, Philadelphia or New
York, anil in connection with propeller
or vessel lines from Philadelphia, will af
ford the cheapest rail way freight route
from Cleveland to New York and Bos
ton. The engineering characteristics of the
line as follows : The maximum grade
coming West is twenty-one feet per mile
the maximum grade going East with
one exception at the point of leavin the
Lake Shore is twentv-six feet per mile.
lnerc is a large per cer.tage of straight
lmo ont llin ir.ininmm -o,l;,, . . f
"" ....v. ..... iimiujuiit muiuyj curva
ture is nineteen hundred feel. The
Company possess very extensive and
valuable grounds on the harbor at Cleve
land, abundant for the handling and
shipping of any amount of freight
ground which wc believe superior for
the purpose indicated to any other in the
harbor imdequal to any on the Lake. The
line of the road can be so adjusted at
any desirable height above the waters
of the harbor as to enable coal or other
heavy freight to be delivered from
into vessels lying safely inside the piers
without handling, upon any scale requi-
ed by the future development of the
The Cleveland and Mahoning Rail
Road Company will e.pen their road,
seventy miles, to Youngstown the pres
ent year. The iron is purchased ; about
two thousand tons hate already been
delivered on the line, and tlie track lay
ing is just commenced. The Company
have closed negotiations for the sale of
an issue of first mortgage bonds, to sup
ply the iron and equipment fci the line.
The profitable character of the road,
when the entire line of which it is a par!
shall be completed, and it beccmes a
principal avenue between the commerce
of the Lakes tnd that of the Atlantic,
needs no demolish aiion.
( submit an estimate of profits when
completed to Youngstown, as it will be
the present year, based onits local traffic
Cost of Koad to Ywuupstown. for nhich the means are
pro n. led, is estimated, by the Chief Engineer for de
tails see Kepurt at 81r3,63i3
Add for excess of caution to corer all cootin-
gencies, say 41G.3G2
LOCAL TRADE AND RESOURCES.
lst. Passenaers. The ropulatien of
Ohio, by census of 1S50, averaged, (in
cluding cities) a little less than 50 per
square mile. The lownshps through
w hich this road will run. average (exclud
ing Cleveland, theonly city) 64 persquare
mile, and the road commands undoubted
ly, a larger town and village population
than any road leading into Cleveland,
embracing a number of prosperous tra
ding and manufacturing towns, and a well
cultivated agricultural country.
2d. Freight Trojfic. From the Maho
ning valley has been sent the past year,
an aggregate tonnage of about 2-30, COO
tons, embracing coal, iron, flour, cheese
and large quantities of grain, lumber and
miscellaneous Agricultural articles. The
coal trade is increasing at a very rapid
rate, the production in being 750,000
bushels, and in 1554, 4,200,000 bushels.
The iron trade is increasing at nearly an
equally rapid rate the production in
1652 being about 20,000 tons and in 16o4
o er 4U,wu ions.
The importation of the rich ores of
Lake superior and Champlain is becom-)
ing a large item of business, running up
iu lne last four ytars fr"' i.500 ,0 abouI
15,000 tons. The heavy trade in this
class of articles (cool, and iron) is des
tined to immense increase, the power t
production being unlimited except by the
un ount of labor at command, and tlie
market being almost uulimited, also, em
bracing every port on' a Lake coast cf
more than 3;000 miles.
The location of Ihe load is such that it
cannot be superceded in this description
of business, running as it does from the
city of Cleveland the principal city on
the south side of Lake Erie, exactly at I
nght angles to the boundary of the Alle-
fthnntf Tin l tinlrf mirl mnolr-itinrr it in
rnnnortinn u li, ii, 'nnl, Woci..,,, I? no. I !
J ' " I c- '
a distance of more than one hundrrd miles!
a . . 4
y "Y easy and iavorable line.
CANAL OWNED BT THE RAIL ROAD COMPANY.
The heavy trade referred to has been
created bv the Pennsylvania and Ohio
Canal, a w ork w hich was completed in
1341 and furnishes the present route for
the traffic. It was not al first successful
as a paj ing enterprise, tlie country at
the period of its construction being unde
tffli.fr1 -hill it hn rrrnrlii.itt v frr.n!.-.l Irto
above trade which" has redeemed its fi-
nancial condition. It is now entirely I
out of debt and in a good condition of re-!
end rapidly increasb g in business. !
1 Ins work is now controlled bv the
ltail Road Company, they having lately
purchased and now holding over 8550,.
000 (being a voting majority) of its stock,
hich has cost about 8220,000 of the
The Rail Road Conmrny has made the
l-tir'liflck I nnf Il'ithclinilimr 1hr,ir ri Ii I
ilence that she road could transport, under
n state of close competition, cheaper ihan
hr. canal) in order to secure a harmo
nious inanuiicmtnt of the two uotks. ,-i:it!
'"'v. '"--v- ir"iui.)iuiiiiiii- lilt ii .-Vn a 1 1
l.eliving that the development if the trade
will furnish full eim.lovmenl lo liotii. I
SUMMARY AND ESTIMATE OF THE BUSINESS OF
Vithll.. se explanations, I Mihuiit ,ui
sluiiale ol Hit; l'usmcss of the rouJ fin.
ithci to Voun?st.nvn.
ESTIMATE PER AVERAGE DAY.
I assci-ger travel e'luivalent tu Wit passing
whole route eacli way, aj $C each
jigricuiuirai aun nii(?ceiiatjnou(t treipnts, im
riU'tinr iron.) K4 tns at S'i per ttm,.
nal. 4w tons at SlUpertuu,
aumiitin for tlu
I menses, say 46 1,'
ear of :I3 d;iy, to
t cent. cost.
Tiie data fur this estimate me
i;i our immediate nt.sr rvation and hum !
SRf.-,for inste id of exceedinir, ihey an- i
I.t:tlv within the present siserit.iiuei! ;
;.ii.ouuto! Ihr traffic of the Mahoning v..l i
The Ctnnpsny e;)'tt t place i! e Lai j
of, "'c r":,,-ff"" Vomigstowi,
.ew Lhs;i-. H iniies iiiiiI.t toiitracl
- ,i- . 1 - 1 1
1 tirn; this hcavm, to he liiu!n d mi
M-ring. I suUtiit iK.esii.i.aiit.f "ihe Lust.;2'
: ss ' f tlie roaJ then il is imiivly v 111:-
U ; . i . 1 "
rtnm CimUai , Xew Vork- SM mi;,.,t vii Sf,
ji'". 6,1 ",.l".,,ri,,-,k ir amis.
'cund t j'hiiadeiph.a. 47i miles against
iW miles vta Alliance and I'ltts'.ur-rn. lif. i'3 miles.)
'r"m r-drmore u.ihs, againft sii
i miles vi.i Allmnre. W hteliu? knd - l. i: mif
I. t O.-r ,
iillllt I I.I.I! uli i Ih l'a.
o Nn! l!i Wi stern is per
a Ktl.Ii' of distal. c"s as
i I:nl Unail, v:t l!
i fi i tf.l, hot irivf
t .1 .. ...i i- . i . . .i
Kr..m liieapo to New Yi, H?9 miles, againft
mil"- via Aiica. Centril. C.tnada and N. . Central.
:iif. '2 milef.)
Kr.iu t hieaf.i to Philadelphia, miles, against K2
miitrs via Kort Wayne. Creuline aud PittsWurg. (Iif.
rivin Cleveland to Pittst-nrgh, vii It-aver, 130 miles,
aain-t HO mile via A liance. (Uif. 10 mile-.)
Thus LSivjnjj us iho aIv;ii;l;ti;:i in tli-fjinco
as ng.tiusl nny oilit-r line i iiiu-r pro:KsiI
... . i " i ....... . i - i- . i
It is fin-tin i to lit- ii iiiaikni, lli.it liv
t!iisli:!r as is tin- .;. vii!i no oilier i
enptiimoiis p a-je hik! an m.lirnkrn rail
uiii lie i ctircd f.-om the M;sisiiii llivcr
r Chicoo, to Xew Voik, I'liiladeljiliia
and Il iltiiiiore.
Inasmuch s the cpinioii lias been uni-
teisul and to a n at t-xteht still prevails,
that the Nr" York lontes ini:?.t continue,
as they have heretofore (lone, to monopo
lize tlie businrss cf the Lakes, -and as
fi om the magnitude and rapid increase of
the Lakn commerce, the question is of
vrry greal importance, I.siihinil somewhat
in detail, lli.it upon the. completion f this
line, it will fiin:ih i;i connection with
watei lines from Philadelphia, the cheap
esl express or tail way mute for merchan
dise and produce fn.in Cleveland and a'l
the Luke ports west of Cleveland lo New
ork and Boston.
ROUTE COMPARED WITH LAKE SHORE AND NEW
YORK AND ERIE.
The ditftnuoe from Cleveland W riiiladelphia I y this
route. 471 miles.
The distanec from Dunkirk to the Hudson River ria
New York and Erie is ..4till miles.
The equation for grades and curvatures
notwithstanding one heavy grade on the
Pennsylvania Central, from Altoona to the
Summit tunnel, i-: in fivor of this route.
We assume however that the rail way
lines from Cleveland o Philadelphia and
from Dunkirk, to New York are equiva
lent to e:eh oilier.
To complete the New York and Erie
line from Cleveland to N. Y., there re
ma'iis the Lake navigation from Cleve
land to Dunkirk, open say seven months
of the year, or the Luke Shore rail way,
142 miles," between the same points.
To complete our line from Cleveland
to New Ycik there remains the water
line from Philadelphia lo Nsw York,
open the entire year, and costing say one
or two dollars per ton as cheap r.s the
Lake line from Cleveland to Dunkirk,
when the Lake is open, and about 2
per ton cheaper than the Lake Shore rail
way roule between the same points.
The transhipment at Philadelphia will
be balanced by tlie transhipment at Pier
tnont or Jersey City. The transhipment
nt Dunkirk, either from vessels cr be
tween the cars, will b avoided.
ROUTE COMPARED WITH OGDENSBURH LINE
FROM CLEVELAND TO BOSTON.
The competing line with this route via
Philadelphia and thence by water to Bos
ton, will be the route via the Welland
canal and Lake Ontario to Ogdcnsburgh
and thence via Rail Road to Boston.
The comparison is as follows: The
Rail Road distance from Ogdcnsburgh to
Boston is 425 miles Tlie f'istauce from
Cleveland to Philadelphia is 471 miles,
I showing a small distance in favor of the
Ogdensburgh route, but the increased
length of the watei line from Cleveland
to Ogdensburgh ns compared with the
water line from Philadelphia to Boston,
added to the delays and tolls incident to
a passage through the Welland Canal,
more than counterbalances this difference
and will make ours the cheapest line in
summer. In winter it will of course con
trol the trade, the Ogdensburgh route
being, entirely impracticable when the
Lakes are closed.
If these views are correct and 1 sub
mit them i:i detail to invite scrutiny the
Mahoning road in connection with the
North Western is rot only certain to be
come a great thoroughfare, but must
prove the leading tiibutaiy cf the Penn
sylvania R. R., and give Philadelphia an
important share in the commerce of the
Lakes a commerce rapidly overshadow.
ing al! the other lines of interior traffic in j
the country, and heretofore literally and ;
entirely controlled bv the mules leadinr:
directly to the Citv of New York.
CLEVELAND & MAHONING R. CO. EXHIBIT.
Estimated cost of Koad miles from Cleve
land to Xe- Catle. (See last Report of
Engineer for detailed statement.). SLSjii.l.'iO
Cost of Canal to R. U. Company SID.Ceii
Totalcost of Railroad and Canal.
Stock subscribed (including slock due con
tractors and moscription of Lawrence Co.
$T-;i.l4fipaidnp.) $1,21 l.t TCI
nrst jiortr:ise Knndi (?'ien.w: soil.)
Second Mortrare Rendu , j:Ha),Ml sold,).
Canal Dividends of W5i and Irii say Sj.IKMI
Ore.' it from l'a. R. R. Comranv 40.ROO
Credit from C. C A C. It. It. Compiijy 84,000
Excess of mcai.s to cover contingencies, in- j
terest and discounts, $475,617
President C. & M. R. R. Co.
Western Reserve College Commencement
—Order of Exercises.
AI um'"'. nesy, P. M. 3 oclock. i
4. Prize Declamations bj members,
of the several classes, Wednesday eve
pair, ning at 7 o'clock. i
U The Baccalaureate and farewell
J! A? IV. 1 . -1 1 t
uour 01 1 resioeni 1 letee, will De i
delivered Sabbath, P. M., July 8th, at '
3 o'clock, at the chapel. i
2. Hon. Samuel Galloway, of Columbus
will address the Literary Society, Wed-!
netday, July llih, at 11 o'clock, A. M. j
3. Prof. It. M. Walker, of Westerville i
jns(;,utej wpj adj,. ti,e SoCjety 0f;
5. Coramencementexerciscs oiations
by the members of the graduating class, !
and degrees conferred, Thursday A. M.f
July 12th, al 9 o'clock.
C. Tbe Inauguration and Inaugural
jj, r i.M -,, , rpf
day P. M. Notice of tbe hour will be
given at the close of the morning exer-,
Concert of music, Thursday eve
, und r the direction of Mr. E. A.
PaV11 of Cleveland.
The exercises of Thursday, will be in
lhe co1 ,e tcntj sloulJ thc weather bc
r i i .
favurablc, good music is expected.
The society of Alumni, are requested
meet al lie haptl, Wednesdav. A.
Al., at iu o clock".
,n minutes 44 seconds. .Spangle km;
Dut 6 6econdj in the rear. '.
r"E t-loveland, Paintsville and Ash
I tabula Railroad Company have declared
a dividend of live per cent, to Its stock
s'!!Ce t..i,oUCTS for tlc hX molll!ls ,.llJin,r t, '
, , , , , 0 .
30th of June, u t., and pavable on l ie
I m "
cfJal.v :U tliL' 'iicc of thc Trcasur.-r
in ClevelanJ. ,
A twentt-mile lace, in harness, bi-
A , , m
tween two horses, named Trustee and
, - . .
cpnngle, came off on I men Course on
Mondiy. and resulted in the victory of
the former, who performed thc distance
. . '
" Si'ssmit CorxTr paid the expenses
in the case of Parks the murderer to Uie
amount of 1,247 58, and will have
about an equal amount of expenses for
his trial, keeping and execution in Cuy-
Tiie Spiingfield (Mass.) IiepuWcan
says : .lames Hurton, late master ar
morer in the national armoi v at Harper's
Fiy. Va.. but for some months past
a resident of that city, has received from
the PiitMi Government the appointment
of engineer of the Brhish national ar
mory at Enfield, near London.
The Anti-Dog Law in Cleveland, and
the manner in which ii is enforced, pro
duces some excitement in that city.
Jcdoe Samcel S. Wilde, for many
years a Judge of the Supreme Court of
Massachusetts died last Friday, aged 85
The jail in Ashtabula county is now
empty, and has been without boarders
for some weeks. This speaks well for
that land of steady habits.
Tuk Ohio Observer, a Religious paper,
published at Hudson, O., for the last 15
years, has been merged into the New
York Evangelist and "the Observer's
subscribers will be supplied with that
O.v the 13th inst., a stranger came lo
S. Shears, tavern, at L'nionvillc, Lake
Co., O., apparently well. Shortly after,
he leaned his head tin the stove, and in
that position was found dead. His name
' is supposed to be E. Courtney had
some clothing and 2 50 in money.
The Savannah Georgian, June 8, says
corn is backward it has only just begun
to t-issal. Wheat harvest is over, and
the crop is a good one.
A man named Bachelor, from Illinois,
wno nan doiu oi nis legs broken in a
collision on the Canada railroad, has re
covered a v.rdict against it of 821,000.
At a great sale of imported Dm ham
stock by Col. Sherwood, at Auburn, N.
Y., Mr. J. F. Osborne, of Ohio, pur
chased the bull La Fayette, at 8350 ;
and the cows Eed Rose, at S250 ; Lady
Brown, at 8200 ; Style, 8220 ; Lady,
8310; and Flower, at 8260. The pro
ceedsof the sale of cattle, sheep and
swine, foot up over 88,000.
Ox Monday morning Timothy Hurley,
baggage master and freight agent, while
standing on the top of the cars, as the
train was approaching the bridge over
the creek at Hudson, was struck bv the
bridge and knocked off. His injuries
were so serious as to caused his death at
five o'clock of the same day. He was
a resident of Akron.
The Massachusetts liquor law sub
jects a m an who makes a barrel of cider
to a fine of 850 and from three to six
months' imprisonment for the first of
fense, 8 100 and six months for the sec
ond offence, and 8200 and twelve
months for the third offence. There
can't be any more hard cider campaigns
in that State, no how.
. Robert J. Hurt, a boy of Chicago,
found $300 in bills, and took pains to find
the owner, A. J. Daniels. The Press
says Mr. D. selected a handsome gold
watch, key and seal, ordered them en
graved with the lad's name inscribed
" Reward of Merit," and prese nted them
A movement hrs recently been com
menced in North Carolina, to lender le
Kal the institution of marriage anions
the slaves ; to preserve sacred the rela
tions between parents and their younj
children ; and to repeal the laws prohib
iting the education of slaves. These
propositions are soon to be submitted lo
the Legislature of the Stale.
The Milage Record says ; counter
feit gold half eagles are now in circula
tion pretty extensively in Chester coun
ty. One of our West Chester merchants
detected one last week, and another was
exhibited in this oflice. They are well
executed, somewhat thicker than the
genuine, and of rather brighter color.
People should be on their guard. There
is also a fancy article, resembling a half
eagle, call a California gold piece, hav
ing a rrold elhruer on one side aud Lib
crty on ihe other. They are worthless,
but may pass in the dark.
The Price of Beef Must Come
Down. The Chicago Democrat says
that an immense number of cattle and
hogs are now being shipped from that
city for eastern markets. The cattle ;
been brought from Texas and win- j
tered in Illinois, and are now being sent J
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forward over the Michigan Central and
ureal v estern nauroad. a tiay or iwo
since one train left Chicago with 418 cat
tle and 1165 hogs.
Mr Yor ATT of Kn-'land. in ease of
persons bitten by mad dogs, lias healed
, 3 .
more than four hundred cases with ma-
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nate of rilver, and notone had anvsyrop-
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toms of hydrophobia. A writer in the
N. Y. Tribune states that lobelia and ;
steam have cured several cases of hv
A Makkiagk in liiijli life ttok place on'
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ITlllllUdY IIIVI .llfllll, al If AMilHlilUIl l .
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Mr. (i. De Boilleau, Secretary to the
French Legation, led to the altar Miss
Susan, youngest daughter of Colonel i
Thomas Hart Ben'on, of Missouri. A ,
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sph-ndid entertainment was given to the
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oriaai party, at toe resiuence 01 01. o.
C. Fremont. j
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A shrewd boy in v cnhington lately j
attached a contrivance, comprising a
hammer, wires, spring, Ac, to the floor;
undernL-ath the schoel marm's desk, i
1 I'll ..i-i , 1 a e .
with which he, while seated 2J feet or.
more distant, by means of n cord, start-
i d the school iu general, and the leach-
ir in particular, with an exhibition of
Mc. II. Collixs, of llnvenna, sold a
;'an of greys last week, to Mr. Uordon,
t.f Cleveland, for SI 1JJ. They are said
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The Ohio Observer.
A correspondent at Ilui'son writes us, '
j that the Olro O'tervrr has gone to rest,
j So the paj i r that could withstand the
j power of a s ledge hammer wielded bv
judicial arms, has sunk, weighed down j
j by the nightmare of the hoary nnti-dehi-
' vi ,n JHilicy. And now since the body
ui uie voserrer is gathered lo its rest.
ess its spirit with its stiff cravat
) iluJ swallow coat tail, is cutting a dandy
j fBrt' "'""ng Hi.! ''elite ' of the nrpcr j
'!"'""" in Etyxiitm. Few papers of its
I class have been belter conducted saveone I
I sin of omission, viz: ih.it of not taking j
sidfson Hie college (im s:i,m. 1
been a strong advocate of goo.1 morals.
As the organ of the Congregational and
Pre-bylerian Churches of northern Ohio,
it possessed much influence. Reqitiaail
Fighting with Austrians in the Principalities.
A private letter gives an account of :
the trouble in Jvrajova, already announ
ced by telegraph.
An Austrian officer, on, the 11th of
March, saw at a window a lady, whose
beauty attracted him, and he "forthwith
entered the house and demanded ad
mittance to her appartment. The ladv
called for assistance to expel the intru
der. Her husband came and addressed
the Austrian, but too civilly: "What
do you want here ? 1 do not know yo't.
You arc not billeted in my house, ami
the lady you aie insulting is my wife."
Without a worJ, the Austrian drew his
sword, and stabbed ihe husband to the
heart. Much excitement ensued. Some
of the bystanders went to lodge a formal
complaint with the police others sent
intelligence to the Turkish Command
ment at Kalafat, who lost no time in sen
ding to Krajova a battalion of infantry,
and a squadron of cavalry and artillery.
A crowd proceeded lo the Austrian Gen
eral to demand the arrest of the offender.
The General's reply was brief but to the
point: " Go to the devil 1 I won't punish
my soldiers, for such fellows as you !"
This brutal reply roused the indignation
of the people. AH the stores were clo sed,
and the citizens assembled in the
streets, crying "death to the Austrians !
they aie but one against four ! Wc won't
submit to be slaughtered like the people
of Bucharest !"
A general riot ensued, and the citizens,
armed with sticks, iron bars and axes,
attacked and put to death every Austrian
Ihey met. The Austrians, on their side
turned out and attacked the people, kil
ling forty persons in the first charge.
At this juncture the national gens d'arm
es, and the Roman soldiers attacked the
Austrians, and, after a fierce fight, drove
them at the point of the bayonet out of
the city, where they yet remain encam
ped in the fields. Official statements
return 217 killed, on both sides. The
exchement continues, and the citizens
have not reopened their stores. They
demanded justice, and are about to send
a deputation to Constantinople to seek it
from the Sulian.
Horace Greely in Prison.
Mr. Greely has met with a chapter in
bis foreign travels hardly anticipated by
him, and not quite agreeable. lie has
had an inside view of the debtor's prison
in Paris, and indeed was furnished quar
ters there for two days. He gives a long
amusing account of the affair in the Tri
The Albany Argus gives the following
explanation of the affair :
A sculptor, who had sent ioine arti
cles for exhibition to the New York
Crystal Palace, which had been injured
or not returned, finding nut that Mr. G.
wan one of the Directors of the Crystal
Palace Association, sued him, laving
his claim at 82,01)0. Mr. G. proposed
to give bail for his appearance, and of
fered as his surety the United States
Secretary of Legaticu. but he was, after
a parley, refused. It being Saturday af
ternoon, he was unable to get a hearing
until Mondaj, when, having employed
two French lawyers to present his case,
the suit was dismissed, aud he came forth
Mr. G. gives an amusing account of his
ptison experience. He thought the quar
ters safer than any hotel in Paris. Be
ing surrounded with a wall, guarded by
armed sentinels, and the window iron
grated, he saw no danger from thieves
The whole affair was a very pretty ad
venture ; and the account of it will make
cne of the most interesting chapters iu
Mr. Greeley's "Europe revisited.''
one. Mr. L. by prompt exertions suc
bave ceeded in extinguishing the fire which
Last Friday evening, Mr. Lewis, of!
this village, soon after retiring for the
night, heard a groan or exclamation, as
from one in distress. He at first Ihouirht '
it was made by some one in the stret.
Not being fullv satisfied, bethought he
would search for the cause. He went
directly to the door of the chamber oc
cupied by Miss , living in his fam
ily, lie knocked, it was fastened
but on calling her, she unlocked the
door, and rushed out, followed by such
a volume of smoke, as to nearly stifle
in a lew moments would have been be-
rAiul fin t 1 1 Tat. a v 1 nri mail onil f.tnurJ
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lilt: i ii 1 1 1 tr i lit ii . r l i aw i j i ii miiii i n ti 1 1 i
aoom one-nan consumeu uie . ..uio -stick
on the bed, unioldeied, and a.bocl
there. It seems that the girl had in-!
dulired herself in the common rractice'
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ituuiu- Ii 1 . 1 1 ii. - , nil... ji ... irtiii. ii
askep, with a burning candle on the led !
il moment more, ana tier lite would ;
have paid the forfeit for this dangerous
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practice. As it whs, she escaped, with j
ony a sligIll brn on tIie w).ist to the cI. ,
b iw. but she felt as though she would '
fall before she could unlock the door.
We publish this as a caution. Ashtabu
! la Tdearoph.
The Caloric Motor.
nearly completed a new engine, claimed !
to be far superior to any of its prede- j
cessors, aud that it is expected to be in'
rea(jinoss for inclion in two or three I
'weeks. About eighteen men are con-j
stantly at work on it, at the foundry of,
M?s.sr"s. Birbeck, Furm.intk Co., in North;
'Moore street, lis power will be equal;
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to that ot forty horses. Ihe machine, I
comparej wuh .lt.rs already exhibited, :
is greatly simplified, and cumbrous parts
dispensed with not only avoiding fric-!
l'on ani diminisl ing expense, but effect-'
ing a great saving in space. Formerly'
their were four cylinders, with duplicates
placed aboved them as pumps. The Iat-
tcr are llone away witl' un.r l,)L' ni vr ,
arrangement, and other essential imdili-;
T -' T , t
Jheri. I. Journal of Commerce says'
that many have supposed that the caler-;
ic engiue was a failure, beyond all ques-!
tion, but it seems that Mr. Kricwon is as '
sanguine as ever, and is laboring inccs-
sautlv to bring his invention to asatisfac-
We k.arn t))at , ,1M
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cations introduced. Mr. h. is aided
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iiis eiiterjiiiic l-v ;t well known
Mass Convention at Painesville.
The Mas i C.'iiveiilien of the Republi-
cans of Luke County, In M in this town '
on Saturday last, was most nobly c.ttend-
ed. It was estimated that two thousand
of the intelligent right-hef rted yeoman- j
of the county were in attendance. j
c-ucn an nuemiance, at tins busy season
misunderstood, the depth of the indigna
. :,, , .,i;u,i:ir "'"""'"ocui
tion I hat the Kansas .Nebraska swiudle
has aroused. The PeoPLB were lure !
The truth is, the people of the Free
States were never more deeply moved on
political affairs than at this very moment.
There is not the surface excitement of
some previous occasions but there is
more of strong, deep, determined, united
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thai in Ohio, there is nol enou"h of Xe-
l,r.,l e .. .. t.... .
nmil.-"!!! I UI it Ull'liei 3 tf ill V I" ell ULI-
on. And so thron-jh the land, m the!
great Presidential contest of next year,
the Repcblicax Backuo.ne Pariv is to
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bweep every Irt-e Mate, and triumphant-
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I. tll.iei :l l.lvm.r I-iii in tin I'r.wi. Ii'tl-
teil n. I. f,:
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luture event is more clear! v cast, tioid
, ,- , , ,n
men and trut tr.ends ol God and I In -
manity, and the best interests of your
Country now stand together, and be
of good heart, for the Morning Break
" Lo ! Itit w.ikin- of the nations
From Slavery's f.inl sle.-ii:
The luurmur of :i universe.
Deep c:i!lin unto ileep !"
Our Convention was addi essed at length
by Frank, and Edward Wade, and (.id
dings. This great meeting Unanimously and
with an earnestness that could uot be en
hanced, commended to the 13th July
Convention, the name of Salmon P.
Chase, as a nominatiou for the Chief
Magistracy of Ohio, at this time most
eminently fit. Painesiille Telegraph.
Duel between Cumming and McDuffie.
A correspondent of the Charleston Mer
cury gives an account of the duel be
tween these distinguished rcen, and men
tions the circumstances heretolore un
published, that a reconciliation took place
between tliero :
They first fought in " Sister's Ferry,"
in Georgia, where McDuffie was shot in
the hip, and afterwards met on the North
Carolina line, where they adjourned
without 'fighting, on account of a misun
derstanding between the seconds. The
third and last time they met at Camp
bell on the Savannah river, whereMcDuf
fie was shot in the small of his back and
had his left arm broken, leaving him in
a wretched state ol infirmity, which kept
him a lingering invalid all the rest, of his
days. Some time afterwards they were
in Augusta, Georgia, at the same time,
when McDufhVs intense sufferings were
about to be relieved by the dying out of
life's flickering lamp, nnd where he had
gone to die. Through the instrumental
ity of John Bones, Esq., Cumming was
induced to visit McDutlie, who was in
Bones' house. He told him of McDufhVs
presence within it, and of his situation,
and frankly said lo him, " Go up by
yourself and be reconciled. I know
that jou harboi no malice, and that he
has no single feeling of hostility towards
you in his bosom." The suggestion was
as frankly adopted and acted upon. The
parties met as if they never had been
enemies. Cumming sat an hour with
his prostrate rival, left him with the most
amicable interchange of feeling, and the
tear was in his eye, as he said to Bones
on his departure : ' What would I not
give to relieve him from his cruel suffer
ing 1" It was one which his own hand
had inflicted, and he bitterly regretted
Sentence of Henrietta Robinson.
TROY, Tuesday June 19.
The notorious" Henrietta Robinson,
convicted in the Rensselaer County Court
of the murder of Timothy Lanigan,
was this afternoon sentenced by Judge
Ilairis to be hung on the 3d of August
next. At the conclusion of her sentence,
when the Judge commended her soul to
God's mercy, she tcld him he had better
pray for his own soul, declaring she was
the victim of a political conspiracy,
which was calculated (o crush a man.
She was about to speak further, when
her counsel desired her to remain quiet.
When about to leave the Court room,
she turned, aud pointing her finger to
ward Judge Harris, solemnly exclaimed,
"Judge Harris, may the Judge of Judg
es be your Judge." Considerable ex
citement was manifested by the specta
tors during the time occupied in the pas
sing ol the sentence.
Another Matt Ward Affair.
Wc Irnrn fnnii n t'Pnlleman who w as
an eye witness, ihe following jiarilculars
of a mot hoi rihlc an. I tragical ;i fl'ii r that
occurred at Pontotoc, Miss., on Monday
last. It appears that Mr. lirown, the
principal of the male academy at IViro
toc, hnJ punished one of his pupils ahout
a week since. A brother of th j hoy that
was whipped, hv the name of Wrav,
made thri ais against Mr. Drown for the
aiort !,;ti. ui.iMiim-ii!, to n intwi out iiiuu
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MU'ntlOII was pnul. Ull AlOIUIilV. VOUll"!
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n Mi, a yuuiu in viiiiu M.iii!en ui
ciglilecn year.T olJ, look a fsition where
Mr, Brown would pass on his way Koine
iYoiii scluK)!, nnd uaito.'l until he came
along, when vVray nttackeil him.
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...u.m.x.,1, wiij.i.i ..i.ijr
III S:ll-UCICnI0, and tllOSe WllO S;tW It ,
,i . . i.t in t . i
luuuiu 11 imiv io Uv.- it &UU1II" "Ht.t
tin in, until they saw Rrown f.ill down
lifeless. Wliilo they were clinched,
Wray had iiiflicted to wounds unon
Drown, with a hire bowie k:iifi", whicli !
kilie.1 him al iio,l ii'Stantlv. The vouim!"l",oor-'7f
Illilll Was arrested Ut OliCe. 'Ir. Iirowil '
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Mas a mail lllllch respected, ail I leaves
a V0I1I1T W ill. )W. to W :o:il he had been i
married but a few ni n'hs, 1.1 nioiirn iiis
early ami untimety end. lins is one
of I lie most hoirihle. co!d-b! o Ifd niur-
ders wc have noticed in some- lime, and
it is a deeper outrage than thc M.m Ward
A" ifti t. ioit
v-oac. usuvHie !'.', ouite 11.
1 lie Syracuse Journal publishes a table
. . . I
SllOWinirlllelluainitV OI salt mrnutactured
from the Onondaini salt springs from)
a 10 1
1707 to 1354 inclusive. Ill 1797 there I
Were 25,471 bushels made, and during i
the past Vear, 5 C08.C43 bushels Were i
made. 1 he Juil rnal says: ;
It will l.e seen that there has been an ;
increase ia almost evtry succeeding)-ear, j
acu that the only years in which t lie
quantity manufactured reached 5,000,-
.. w r 1 1 1 . 1 - , o r - I
yxnj oi ountis, were loan, ioo.j tu 1
251: the nmonnt in 1851 beiej 393. -I
82:3 bushels more than in 1C53. It is i
thought the production of the present
year will exceed that of the last vear in 1
1 . .1 .- ,1 . r 1 . i
almest the same ratio 11s that of thc last .
year did over the one j r;vious.
News from Sax Francisco ix Eigut
Days. A telegraph ii now being con
structed through Mexico, from Vera
Cruz to San Bias, nearly completed .
J 1 I
thrOULfG the citV of Mexico lO Leon. I
which will be finished in a lew months;
r.nj by way of which news Ironi San
Francisco will be received iu tight days.
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urifuns ;mi ;iu i;ms h cm iic u:ivs'
Irom IS.isi Fiaueiao.
Hon E. Whittlesey.
The venarible Kli-h i Whittl sey. First;
Comptroller of the T.-CT-urcr, returned '
to his post this morning, from hii recer.t
visit to his home in Ohio, where he wasj
called lo attend hi- .-o universally re
ry vered wife in her last sickness" Hei
menu', ill u. en . no knew
meets the sincere sympathy of the large '
Well Ihu m:mvfc virtues anil ( irisUm jit- t
tributes of the partner or his life, whom
l -.1 .i i : I ... ...i. . e !
ii. iicin jjieaseu i lutiueiicu to tahe iiom
him.- - Wash, bt'tr.
Hon. Elisiia Whittles. We see
announced that Mr. Whittlesey' has re
turned to Washington from Ohio, where
he attended ihe last menv-nts of his wife
engaged in this melanchoiy duty :
hu resignation was laid before the
ident, who declined to act upon
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e rs el Air i i' eev iik r. ii,,wi i.,r
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il at a time more suited to reflection. ,
There is no mm in oilice in Washington1
i.i.vi. iviiils i;iil iu n.v L'ii'iii.1 i.i.-;iiffi
..ci, .i. .- e ., ' 1 i . ,
more com re cut to the proper t'ischar'c
- . f o
"i 'tie uuies oi uie i rensurv ueLiiirimeni
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than IS Sir U nnd the know led.ro i f
11 "" ., ana no, fciiowitugc ii.
., una i...- R.e
Ih fct has thus far induced the Presi-
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uent to retain him. He v. ill no doubt
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w neut meie so long as nu can oe in-
duced to remain. Ohio State Journal.
Robkkkt. A very bll and daring!
robbery was committed yerterday morii-j
niir, at a uroiier s omoe, nv a Dov about
sixteen or seventeen years oi ae, who.
robbed an old man of $119. Il'appeais
that the man, who is a Germ-in. arrived j
in ibis city on Saturday las', with his fun-
il v, bound for .Milwaukee, and f.tliiixr in
with the bov, who gave bis na-iic: as Pe-1
ter Smith, went with him to a brokers j
office under the Socket's Harbor liank,!A
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for toe purp--e ef getting some :10'J m
j;old chaugetl. The old man handed a!
part oi the monev t the clerk, and st, p-1
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C(I liHO a DCCK rim Willi I lie boymiltll;
for the puriKlse tf relliovillg his OUlel !
clothing, in order to get at the remainder,
w tin-n was stitclieii into Ins under gar.
meets. S nith ripped open the pi ice
whom the money was secreted, ;:n 1 la.
king it out, proceeded with it to ihe front
office as he pretended, while the old man
was dressing himself but instead cfstop
ping, he passed through the office and
made off. Information wes at once given
at the office of the Chief of Police, but as
yet no trace of the rogue can be obtained.
The theft was a bold cue, and was exe
cuted in a manner that shows the perpe
trator to be, though young in ytars, an
SYPHILIS, SCUOrt'LA AND DISEASED BLOOD.
For thee terrille Uiaeues, Carter'! SaD:3ti Mixture it
the only specilic.
The jToprietors liavr in their possession ott one
buinlreil certiticales of the nodt extraordinary cores ef
fecteil l.y it.
We refer to Uie certificate of Rirhnrii A. Limn. late
niyh Sheriff of Kirhnioml, Va.; Kdain Burton, t'onj
niiuioner of Uie IU;venue for Kichmoml ; Ueneral
Welch, or the M:u-.iuntli Circnt ; Ilr. liuntlU-y, of
ail.inton tity ; Jlr. m. A 3lalhew.anii C. B. Lack.
Kso.. of Kiehmoint. Va.: Mr. P. Bonlen. Exchange Ho
tel, Va.; and a host of other:, who hare seen caes of
the worm ileM-ni'tion cureil ly Carter"! Siutnish Mix
ture. Tbey all certify that it ia the greatest purifier of
Ulr HIUIHI. IDHVII.
In Clerelan.!. on the Sljt olt Mr. W. BxaTon. of
the Junior C'laja of W estern Reserve College, to Misa
L. M. Ill naiiD, of the former place.
In Vienna, on the- 21st oh., by Her. M M. Moore,
IIxxxt E. Surixxs. of Vienna, and Alia! EaDT 1. Ci -Ttsu,
In Bracri June Sih, of Infhuntion of the Brain,
Frajm w Ax lUxr-HKii,a--a i ymrs.
On the 3th nit.', after ao illnesaof G weeks, of Tyvboid
Fercr, at the resilience of his mother, in lirooltuVM,
Trumhuli county. Joint U. W hcklek, in tlie Sd ytr of
hts are. .
The deceased U fx a widowed mother, (who erer re
ganlfil him with that fond and pecnliar affection, felt,
and known, as avthe widoweit mother of an only son,
c in realise.) and a large circle of joaug associates, and
rtlutives, to mourn his nntimcly loss.
II" vas a yonn man of unsullied character, and was
beloved by all, for hs many good qualities. But Ferer
laid hi wither inc ha'td upon him: death claimed anoth
er T;ctim, atid relieved his painful suffering, and the
silent rrare received his lifeless form.
Another flower is cull til and added to near a score
precediiig, from Brook field, ly the futal Ftver, so long
On the lih inst., a weeks after, Cttta O. Wrkbl
ks. the widowed and alBicied mother of Uie aitOTe na
med. . .
IK-r death was the result of a complication of ailment
tin? mot prominent of which, was excessive gr'.ef,
amounting tu near a broken heart, from the sad be
reavement she was I tool-I it to mourn, in the loss of
her only ?on.
The fontlness of creatures love.
How strong it striken tlie sense.
Thither the warm atnurtiftas move.
or can we cull thrm thence."
Her dfath was a! hastened by Typhoid Fever,
which, with the extreme prostration of her impaired
nervous ay stem, she was unaMe to withstand, or con
tend with, rour physicians attended, but it was beyond
their power to heal the broken hearU
The deceased, in eariy life, gure evidence of a change
of heart, and united with a body of Uie church, with a
feeling of hope and confidence in the Savior's love and
She was a kind and sympathising mother, and left an
only daughter, and a large circle of relatives and ac-
f)uainlances to mourn her loss. la the beginning of
her sickness, and at times subsequent, she expressed
entire resignation, and a desire to go, if it was Gods
will, and conversed freely, calmly, and pea-efully. on
the sui-ject of death. Thus mother and son were parted
a few days on earth, to meet in Heaven.
'cl"k ,"V1!, -?,V i t.-.
Toe cousl intly increaiiifr demand lor worlc in hi!
pr-ifemion has i::dneel hiui to devote hi! time rktllf
to thi art. and he u tally prepared to do work on the
,hortMt uo,iCe, in the iuo ue.u and workn-.anl.lte
,w"lnK(;iXIA AND MACiDALKNE
XIclu bbtrtiscmenls. .
Notice is hereby given that the su'iscriier has
hcra llnJy ,ppoillteu a.iminitrator on the estate of
H uslaer turns, late ol raruuugton, iruiuimu omuiy,
i.H.io. j.v3t BETSKr CIKT13.
i UAKDIAN'S SALE.
Bv order of the Probate Court, the undersigned
wiU sell nt public sale, on the premises, the following
traot of liiiil, siiit:ite in Hartford township, Trumbull
CVuuty, on the 4th di.y of August, A. 1. IcVi, at 1 o'
clock. P. H-, as the property of ELhalimia Kathutui, a
minor, vis : about fifty acres of land, bounded north
,.y i.uu f the ejfcite of Geor Heart, east by the hih
a.v, suulli ly lamll of J. C. Savt-yer, and west by lamls
of David Jonea. Tlie UihI will tie BoM free from iocoJB-
Jover, and on deferre-.l i-.rnienw.
1I.L1.VJI Utt.MA.V ihiarlian.
DENTISTRY Over Adams' Book
Store. l)r. U. W. 1IOLLOVAV, havinl aol.l out
hi interest in tbe I'H.nerrectj'pe i.uiue!, ha tiken
rooui! over Ail.iui!' Houtilnrc. wh-.'ic he can h. foiuitl
maimer, and on the molt reaonai.le wim. Dr. Hut-
lo;iy will aisure hi niimeroui patrons, Uiat his work
sfill itive entire iatif:u;tion, and cootuar. fav.raKly
with jot.4 done l.y the most skilful! even in Uie A: Untie
cities. Don't for-i.'t ihe place over Ailaiu' Bookstore.
Warren. Jttty Ith, lro.. 11. W. HO'.LOWAV.
ECIlVE CHAl'GE! STORMING
OI THK foKT MALARIA AMI .MIASMA!
SI X'CKSSr'l I. KKSI LT
IaTlUBrriso to Aurnni!-Tne hmt protracted
aiee ol the a'tove named r'ort, y tiie combined force
0.i ics-nainy. Homeopathy, Allopathy, and rarioui
other niedieal Iower,w.i a'!deiilv' hroujht to a mc-
eesifnl issue l-y the appearance of one package of
. , ''"V1"1 Vt?,'TIIr?1, ,h
The content of which bem discharged for forty-three
hours under the .iirection of fMam.M lUci.tt IL.mo...
s;eeilil.v l.rotmht the enemy to terms, m holuia for so
lonalim; been "nakinu" deliuice to her foes, and
"ehiiliii-' their rank's emliirors.
The FUAIKIK V'oLATILK is a speciOc Aue Cnre,
(See Oemocmt.) Price. 0:,e Uoltar; f.rwarile.l by mail
lsl laij. Ord r ilirert from the proprietor.
C114KI.KS KKl iiKN 1IAKMON.
coiesurii, tk-urm Co., Iowa.
1b to CoKsiiaroaDisrs roa ti: "ISoitiireit."
A. S. C." Sent on the l-'tll.
ti. O." Tt.fce 11.1ck.12es sent on the l.-llk money
"L. B-D.--Your money came if.
1-nt where do
oil live ?
A. M. Sent tie packages tne ma-win icnu tne
.M.'Vha, ki..l of -ooy ai..JS Roc-n,
paeia - e em any.
'"C. S." Sei.t ye.tenilr the euht packaires to the
rl., ,.!.... oo nanicuiarur re -arj to
ainl.:iic the l.antl.1'.
".1. A " TUe pr.ee of the filly mentioned in lUe
' is one tiioMsainl doll.irs. Sent tiie "Vol.nile''
on the l"th. July j. I-.V.
VATUliALIZATION LAWS of the
1 Iaiiilc.l SLiti-s, also a synopsis of the alien laws
all tlie St-ite. I -eethr with the forms lor uatnrali-
". ii"tnt a.c:ions, remark ra Uit .ui.ject.
ln.roriml. ii-.t nd lireser.t. (C. A.c.,tO whleh 1! a.lited
the Constitution el the I niud Stit.-s, ly a m-ml .-r of
the bar ; soil! at
AIM MS' UiMIKfltiRE.
'O FAKMEIIS ! Heath's t tKbrated
MOWER AM- RKArER.fr tatel yT II. Morley
C. 'I lit; Muchiiiea can rtc wken U.U tlir tit-lii aim
tt-fnre beiirj ,nrflmen. jj 4 tf.
or thc V r
i.-Urt?, l-v Kmmi 1. K. N. S mi!i-
'U'.'iitt Tk ; H;t rf.-ivi-.l
ri.rth. A I t art'l
P P T 4 V linPQTQl
A lX:X " 1 A 11 U ,v lj 0
lTALIAX C AKXIVVI
Aa Act of cbanjti on Horacliack, hj Sis. M. .dorc
gi. chiini wiu iultodur, two mo5t p,,.,,
'niimi h..r..s in .nri.i.
PRINCE AND NAPOLEON.
Iu the coarse tf their c:riuus pTformanct8, one h'rj
wiU pUj an Orn while U.e ulh-r
l're t the preatcn Boy ,uerin m th-
V I It I." I" S . N l
CIGNOR CIIIARIXIS ITALIAN
kJ riltfll'S! Kl CU!iCTI-'i with KtVMn.NOtV C; I
MEN ItahKlK l' WILD ! I ih an Irr une
Ir'ATil.t"!!. A rmiiirm U)otb units tij'y Co Lkpi
Jk'm Jttf frit: H ill plw;.il at
WARREN, JULY IGth, 1355,
roreaM; pours pen'at 3and7 u'ciock, p.s1.
tk, Cim i!l m t,.r i r..-l Pro.It..
ou the morn iue of K -cho-iti,.:,. . jenrt.-.l hv Prof.
XtUbrrs rililailelpliiii liiasi KiiHil,
. a l4Mih Tf.
VWikV J-jzz. v; v,v
drivkn thkochh thk strkkt is a ai-pi-.o.
F..Moni i r the e
irriarr. Ca-es. Kle, li-nt ami Vr.,
'"1i"in" th animals, to the .mammoth pavil
LION rectej for iixhihiiinn.
- . . . . ....
"B i?"IHr ?':enes will he pretnt-
el i-r s . rin.iti.rs Tituri-K aui-ist
eil'.TM. l IIIAKI.M s Tltori'K of AK11STS
A.l THEIR wonheuh llv trained
v tV -. V v -' ."-,
X'!rTM. V 1 '"' 7 -r
if-'IVV'iv L'h?. ' m Vi ' 1
VC;--' " . ; , 4 --V "lJ
world. Le Jctne RriT, whose wonderful ttire back act.
over hurtles, barriers, due, has been Uie astonishment
of all beholders.
4JRAND SPAXrSff NATIONAL DANCES
La fit tan a, hy SiKnohna CH! AKIN I. the most accom
plished Danseusenn llorseh.ick. in the world.
DASCLNu IiOKE, DON JUAN'!
.Vanaire.1 ly Ma. lame CHURIXI.
The Oreat WKSTEkS TRICK CUiWS. JIM Bl'RT,
who in niiriralleil an a .Vit mil Jevtr.
Mr. C. WALTKR.J, thir lUil'BLE SOMEIliKT Thrower,
anil Chumpion VAl'LTER. whu, auma; other f?ats
of Darinr anil Asilit.r, thrown a oaieriet orvr
tha Miinief Kli-jinuit. liueen Ann !
Mi'sar. WALTKKS ami Bl' K'iEj. Ihe AecomplisW
OVMXASTS. whose riassie Posiiis ami Crwipin;
iq La Perehe. and the IHncerous Ladiler, haa
eliciteil tbe unanimous applause of
The performance of the ITALIAN TROrPE will con
clude with an ElilESVKlA.N Bl'RLKTTA, entitled
THC FREXni LORD I. AY ENGLISH
In wh'eh willhv intro'lueeil an innameraHle variety of
Trick ami Carious Exhibitions of Horse Training.
List of Animals and Performances
Elephant Hinnibal, Elephant Ann, anJ
15 Cases or L1UN. TIliER.-, LEOPARDS, Ac.
Together wija Prof. LA.XtiWoRTHV 'S
DEX OF ROYAL' TIGERS!
In which W fearlessly enters.
The ELEPI1AN Ti, PoNk" aud AiONKEV, will take
part in the performances.
The combined attractions of Citrus and Menagerie,
with fneh an array of Talent and Novelty as is
here represented, cannot fail to tae the
lead of all other Exhibitions.
Will Exhibit AT WARREN on MONDAY, JULY loth.
FOR ONE DAY ONLY? Open at 2 and 7 o'clock.
This Company will perform at Akron, July 13th ; at
Ravenna, July 14th: at Yow.xtown. July 17th;
and at Salem. Jly lth, lr55. jy4
rPHE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
-L Couaty. In the Probate Court.
John Weiss ind Jeremiah tamlt.-iUL-h, 1
Adm'rs of Jacob Weisa. Ucased,
Jacob Weiss; Mary Authony and Gideno
Anthony, her husband ; Eliza uun
bautrh, wife of PaiCioner; rah iant-
bauu and VV ilium, Lambauh h:r hus- j
band ; ilaanah Herring ton and David I
flerrineton her busltand : Lilir at.un- I
baoh and Jacob skainhau: h her hus y
wau. nuKiine uiLt and Jon a nite
her husband ; Henry Weiss : Rachel
Weiss; aoluinoii Weiss; Jona. Weiss.
AuoTOilon Anthony, a& Guard La u fur
said Solomon, Juuatuan and Krtecca
Weiss, (all hetis. with John Weiss, of
said Jacob Wcis, decM, and David
Tod, Aji-.-ne of ParaJi and William
The above named Defendants are notiftd that petition
is hied iu said Probate CourvjeWajr forth two contracts
made by Jacob Weiss, uee'd; one with James R. Ford,
reni. 10, and one with David Tod, on behalf of
him, Daniel P. Rhodes, ami the Executors of J. R. Ford.
dated Dec Iral. ly virtue of both which, said Jacob
agreed to convey 17 and eU-li acres of land, iu taw
east part of his Drake (Druy) farm, in Lot .No. 1, in
Weatkrrfie)d, and the stone-coal and mining privilege
in all the residue of said farm, aud to convey 11 and
5:Mo0 acres of land, in the east part of his Austintown
farm, in Lot Nn. l.and also all Ihe coal and mining
privileges in Uie balance of his 33 acre piece, iyin
north of Henry Lane's Hud. Tod aud Rhodes, having
complied with said contracts, are entitled to deeds of
sai4 lands, coal and mining privilege?, according to the
terms of said contracts.
The Petitioners pray fvraothorityand order of Court
on behalf of the heirs of the estate, t make deeds ac
cordingly. The Defendants mast appear and make de
fence, or order and decree will he sntered on delault.
Day of heiring is fixed for the first Momlav in August
A.D. Iw. HOFFMAN Ot RATLIFF.
July 4, l?-'55.-3t Au'y fr PeUtioners.
MILL PROPERTY FOR SALE !
The JACKPON 3IILLS, en the Meander Creek,,
in Mahoning County, Ohio, are now offered for sale.
This property consists of a rist Aifll, Saw Mill, two
Dwelling Houses, and forty-three acres of Land.
The tirist Mill Is a lare frame baildiujjf. with one
pair Rurrs, oae pair Chopping Stoues, Corn Crackers,
Smut Machine, and three sett of Bolting Cloths, one
overshot, and one reaction vhenLtW:. The Saw Mili
is nearly new, and is ii, complete running order ; ihe
dam is Uie best on the stream with water sulncient to.
run the mill when no other one on the stream can run.
It is in one of the iet grain roorinr sections on the
Western Reserve, and ia a good neighborhood in every
This property will be soli cheap, and a cowl title
given. For further particulars inqwiie of the subscri
ber, at Niles, Trumbull County, O.
July 4th, lrii.-3m, . J. O. BUTLER.
DR. 1J. TUBBS
19 Dr. U. TUBUS. Analytic Physician, will he at I ia
rooms. Warren, liaakil) lloase, atuniay. Si-tfa July.
UK well, Mr. t;uou s, Jiom.ay afteruoon, jOtL, July.
IUt k!ia, Frentitf lloase. TueJ.v and WetlnesUava.
UVii and -J5tt July.
Those. aiHtcteti with Chroo.c diseues of the liver.
Lun,;9 Kiaeya or spleen Iuflamationa, Itheuwaiisni,,
Aittnia. Minrtiiess or l re at a or dimenlt, of Breathing,.
Dyspepsia Iropsy, Weatceaa or Ncrrnu debility.
ILestlessness, Loss of Appetite. Cnstiitioa, Dvrautce-
meiit mm ine siomaeii, imuiouj Aectiors, uravel
W hice 9we)lics, or any hmg stajitiing dieae. are ia
rited to caii.
HO ( RtRlJI FOK COSSrLTATIOS !
Dr. Tul! neither Heeds nor hlistes, nor fs he a
IXomeopathist; he never ues Mercury. Antimony, Ar
ienic. or any other Miner. la, as meiittut Aleuts; nor ia
be a Thompson ian he neither steams nor iive emetics.
His theory at dise diUVr tpu all others that ha tu
been adupted, riut not more so tJLin de his system of
treatment, lie does notaM sick tm make well, not
tetr dow to build up airain ; nor allay irritation by
patCaiiu- 4 with mmed.
Fitiei:tji !i-ul 1 mark well ttw dates jriven almre.
Our entire titu beiu$ pre-eiipied, aliendance most
accord strictly with published a tiuotiii cements.
An aiirriased opii'ioa as to the pr!aLiti:y of a cur?
is always given suijectinfr the patient to to expense
without a reasoDabte prospect ol success.
TI3TIXOM C0ST1S I'ED.
BaLLtillt, Sandusky Co Ow ctoier, IH.Vl
Dr. Ti m : Knowing the ast amount ff suffer
ing existing ainun: females of the present tl:iy, ami
hai ing tlrauk, to Ute drews, from th hitter cup of af
fliction, I gladly make known what in my caw has
proved the lon soniit remr ly Wy health ha bern
tor for It yenrs, and 10 of that time I spent in hel, s
helpless sml erer, scarcely aMe to sit up long: enough to
h:ie my bed changed.
The misery f those year I ca.mt describe. Prolan
sa L'teri with hMt. weakness auf ain through tlie
smalt of the bark and al-domen, and sharp pains ex
tending d4rn the liuba were momi;' tlie earlier symp
toms. Walking or st-indni? became diLlu:att at tirnt,
and at lenxlh ntterlj lmposU.le. fiuon difestion fatt
en. and tb- entire nervous syst ni seemed anstrunc
ptdf'itatiou of the hetrt. aJ diaziness and otpri:Sjiua.
Uie h.ad, a Uo add. il to Biy su:it'rins. Pfiysieians.
from far aitd ne ir mr- ru.fWo.Tei y one o' vhra I
was salivated aud rendered wrse thiin before. Yisr
first irescriptia was oirtainel in nctover, one year ao.
lDir.iveueut slo at ursl : 1 k ive n't 4ily 1(
able In le,ive the bed. but am itov rlt niost of my
house wwk. and can wjli a mile an, I La;k without in- -convenience.
jy 4 -MR?. .'C Y UROV Kit.
ARM EHS OF OHIO ! Insure vour
nperty ic the "Ofcio rjrin-rs' luiiirance Com
pany. hy T
It. It con tin es its opervtions excluiivwy to Ohio.
?d. It insur-s for six years.
31. It is the only reai Ptirmsrs Company, is tSe
Sta e insures oiily isolate! tlMrelllnn and oiifc t ail 1
insrs no uis, churl.vs. iC. as otlr arorssjtf
irmer - ouipante dK
4th. Tlie entire ch-irerJ tie Oiceersnf tn.e Company,
per -n num. is less tl win tfirre hundred dollars, nnd ia
3 tka kuf the enres v any other Company in tlio
State doin the sn:e iilau:t ol liHitrss.
ith. liiuispiid all losses, sriiuot any asseajxa :t.
and his ii-jt in t!:e Tr- asury altut
U is Uie Coiujauy far -vu kxa nn w?rxif. Wa;
I cMe. E. F. ri'RXIS, Aent,
i";irmjuj;t'a. Jane S", T-iS.- f
1 O N T P. O V E RS V U tween SeniUer
' Arvhv.Nh.ip of New Yirk.