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C. A. ADAMS,
O. N. IIAPGOOD, S
WABBIK. "WEDNESDAY., PEC 5-
Cleveland & Mahoning Rail Road
There never has been a doubt in the
minds cf those in this vieini y, who fully
understood the connections to be made
by (hit road, and who appreciated the
capacity of the country through which
it passes, to furnish freight and way
travel ; of the importance of the roid
itself, or of the ultimate value of its
tcck and bonds. We give an extract
below from the Ne York Courier and
Enquirer, which shows the estimation in
which it is beginning to be held avroad :
!OnPTjf The roost important change
in the Western roads, is the contempla
ted connection between the Cleveland
"tnd Toledo Railroad, with the Cleveland
and Mahon:ng Railroad, leading thriuifh
Ohio to the N. W. corner of Pennsylva
nia, and with the Wabash Valley Rail
road, thus making, erelong, (with other
leading lines.) a complete trunk line from
Philadelphia to St. Louis jind Chicago,
viS'MeYfcland and Toledo.
5"iThe cars from the Michigan Southern
Railroad and Wabash Valley will run
soon, we learn, through to Cleveland,
which facilitates business coming or
going. over the Cleveland and Toledo
Jlailioad, the stock of which has been
ur.wsrrantably depressed of late, when
Ve l'Kk at the position cf it. If we look
t the connections of the road at Cleve
land East, we notice they not only have
the Lake Shore Road to Buffa'o, but the
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Road, now
giving them a large business. But the
most important addition to their busi
ness will come from the Cleveland and
Mahcning Road and its connections.
The Mahoning Road will be open in
Jnur.ry, and runs into the depot of the
Northern I 'ivision of the Cleveland and
Toledo Road, forming a part of a line
through ' Pennsylvania to New York
about 100 miles shorter than the roads
through the State of New York, and will
not on'y bring to it a large local business,
but"soon add largely for through busi
"The track is now laid from this place j
to Mantua. Portage County, a distance
ofsome 25 or 30 miles. ' How far it hasi
been laid from Cleveland, we are not
informed, but it is progressing steadily
fowards Mantua. The i on work of the
Iron Bridge acioss the Mahoning, at this
pTace.'is just completed. The grading
between here and Youngstov n, is going
forward." 'Of the work below Youngs
townVthe New'Cast'e Journal says :
"We understand that the construction
of the Mahoning Va'ley Railroad, from
Youngstown to New Castle has been let
U) Mr. Chamberlain, well known to the
pnhKc a a competent and energetic j
rail road builder, and that it le to be
finished about one year from this.
When finished, there will be an immense
amount of business done on it between
New Castle and Cleveland, and the
travel will astonish the most sanguine j
mends ot the road.
'-The Democrat of the 17th inst, in an
article on improvements in the town, af
ter speaking of the Engine House, which
it in process of const! uction on the bank
ofthe livery says :
"By the way, why could not the ground
between this building and the old bridge,
be: leased out by the corr oration to per
sons who would agTee to erec thereon
good substantial buildings. It is prob
able that upwurds of 200 feet of ground
there might be made a source of income
to" the town, amounting to one or two
thousand dollar annually, by leasing on
fair and accommat ng terms. A fine
brick block at the point mentioned would
be a grand improvement, and help the!
appearance of the town materially.
Who seconds the morion V
''Wf dorjot, for one. The publicsqnnre,
with the bend of the liver in front, are
the only really beauiirul objects of which
Warren can boa-1. In the summer, with
the water for a foreground, the thirk ver
dtire of the trees upon the island, and
the hill farther on, with the houses popp
ing' through the trpes, form a beautiful
picture', marred only by the unsightly,
old, de'apitated buildings on the bank
ot, the., river, opposite, which we hope
wDl disappear before the march of im
provement.. The day is no far ditant.'when the
old bridge mustrome .down. Time and
the; action of the water, are making mil
havoc with, its foundation ; and the rick
etty. anperstrucre. by its Tci!lations
when a beavy team is passing, gives
eigna of weakness and old age. Whn
a pew one ja built, it. should cross tre
river at the foot of Market Street . Thi
would, add much to the beauty of the
town, and. to the convenience of travel-j
Instead of builiing along the bank of
the river, we hope to see it entirely pen.
The'. Engine House is enough, quite.
The argument that the ground, if ren'ed,
would be a source of income to the town,
wohld. .apply equally as well to tenting
the public square, and who wants to see
buildings upon that ? There is one con
solation, however, that is. that the pup
lie "square, including the river bank, was
given by the late Mr. Quinby, to be used
for" County purposes, the town has no
control over it. If used for other than
County purposes, it reverts back to the
heirs of Mr. Quinby. In the ease ofthe
Engine House, they consented to its
erection, ; That was well enough, but
we hope they will concede no more priv.
lieges of the kind,
The Ohio Farmer.
We puWjsh , in another, column, the
prospectus of this paper. We have
once before taken occasion to express
our op:nkH concerning it. As an agri
euUuraJ paper, -cwiuiuing praetir. .l infoi
soaos, adapted o the wanis of farmers
on the Western Reserve, it ha no supe
rior. Ia its news department, it contains
fif;A, condensed in a very small space,
and" if few words.- Its li'erary selection
are'i'iellerit, its editorials well written,
and 'ib "morals it inculcates are vure-i
Wennil fay more. '
Border Rvffuin, is the tsme of a pa-
perVbout to be published in the florish-'
jng Wirof EiflfSWd, Claj county. Mis-
Ashtabula & New Lisbon Rail Road
We are glad to r.o;e the persevering
spirit which is manifested by the projec
tors of this road, and hope that the day
is not far distant when their labors will
be crowned with success. There cer
tainly cannot be a mere favorable loca
tion for a railroad, in point of economy
of construction, than that of this road,
from Ashtabula to Warren. The whole
route is of exceedingly light grade, and
limber for cross-ties is abundant, and
cheap. The towns through which it
passes, are thickly peopled by enter
prising and weahhy farrr-ers, as also
are the townships adjoining. There
ought to be no difficulty in raising the
stock along the line. It is true that
Warren has not subscribed largely
to this road, but it must be borne in
mind that our citizens have entered
largeir into the construction ot the
Cleveland fc Mahoning road, which
is yet uncompleted ; that the energies of
several of our best men are now severe
ly taxed by this undertaking, and there
is a general unwillingness, on the part
of our citizens to enter into new liabili
ties, until the o'd are rancelled. We
know that we speak the sentiment of a
large majority of our citizens, when we
say that the completion of the Ash tabu
la fe New Lisbon Road is warmly desir
ed, and will have whatever material aid
that can reasonably be asked of lhm, as
soon as the pr sent burden is disposed
We extract the following from the Ash
tabula Telegraph :
"Our means since the last annnal
meeting have inn eased enough to make
up los's. bj failure of slock ubscribe.s.
' Deducting collections, expended
principally in purchase of the right of
way and wirk on the load, there remains
of subscriptions payiible principally in
cash and ties and deducting those sup
posed bad. about 8125,000
Lands, Bonds and Mortgages,
and securities for sale, of land
after deducting all collections
and incumbianccs, about 55,00 -
Total, SI 80.000
"This is exclusive of subscriptions,
south of Warren
The above securities for raising mon
ey are applicable to construction of the
47 miles of road, from the Harbor to
Warren. Former statements made, have
had specia' reference to the 36 miles north
of Bristol Centre, the only portion of the
line yet put under contract foi giading.
It wou'd be very extiaordinary, if
with suitable exeF.ionson 'he part of all
interested, an increas of stock, on the
three ranges alone, between Warren and
Ashtabula could not during the nex'
three months be increased fifty thousand
dollars. With such an addition of home
sucscriptions. any B aid ofDirectors, to
be elected next January, would feel em
boldenpdso to airange for the next sura
mer's operations, and to be in readiness
for the ir n rails next fall..
"Notwithstanding the extreme d facul
ty of doing much work on -he mad, ow
ing to the character of the weather, and
the difficulty of procuring laborers, the
wort has already commenced on sever
al of the heavy grades in this county,
and a beginning ordered at Bloomfield,
" in Trumbull county. We are also en
gaged in further preliminary examina
tions and surveys, as are necessary to a
definite and final location of the route
from Niles to the neighborhood of Aus
tintown, and conemplate so soon ns such
I cation can be made to open books for
subscription of stock along that portion
of the line.
"Thi takes us about 57 miles from the
Harbor into the mineral regions of coal.
iron and lime.
From Utah Territory.
We gather from the St. Louis Republi
eatt the following interesting items from
the Citx of the Saints :
The mail from Salt L'ke C ty has ar
rived at Independarce. and bring news
up to the 2'Jih of September.
The Mormon emigrating companies
had all arrived from the Sta'es. One or
two of the divisions had suffered severe
ly from chol ra at the start, but after
wards good health prevailed. Accor
ding to the reports of the several compa
nies, they numbered two t ousand and
forty six persons, three hundred and for
ty four wagons and carriages, nineteen
hundred and sixty seven oxen, three hun
dred and forty-one cows and young
stock, ninety five .horses and mules,
twenty four dogs, four hundred and thir
ty guns and pi tols, and fourteen hun
dred and sixu pounds of ammunition.
The grasshoppers still continue their
ravages. The Xewt of the 3i of Sep
tember, says :
On Touisday last a few thousand mil
lions of grasshoppers descended in the
settlements in the north of Utah county.
destroying every green thing in their
way ; the last prospects, therefore, for
bread in that region is suddenly snapped
Bishop Kvans, on Sunday informed
us that they were continuing their rav
ages when he left Lehi the evening pie-
Hon. Ezra T. Benson informs us that
t!ie county of Tooele is also vi-itrd by a
similar plgu, cutting of the last ray of
hope for the fanners, as about forty grass
hoppers were t work on every stalk of
corn ; they destroy the silk first, which
prevents the ear fiom filling, and entire
ly destroy the crop, even if they remain
on the patch but a short lime.
Ohio Without Generals.
The Statesman of this mrrning con
tains an order from Gov. Medill to Quar
tei master General S. W Andrews, com
municating the fai't that all the military
officers in Ohio, alicve the rank of Cap
tain, that have received their appoint
ment since the adoption of the new con
stitution, are null and void. The old
laws for their election or appointment, it
bus bee decidrd by the Attorney Geu
eral, are revoked by the adoption of that
instrument, and the Legislature lias thus
far neglected to provide a new mode bj
which they may he appointed. So our
eniire military orgairzaiion, above the
captains of companies, is disbanded at a
blow. Hie liovernor, lliere.'ore. directs
the Qu rterm:rster to retain the arms of
the S.ate in Ms possession, and only give
ihero out on the application of captains
of companies, upon their giving suffic
ient bonds fol their sale keeping and de
livery. All the arms heictotore gnen
out 10 these defunct generals, ic, are
ditected to be returned with as little de
lav as practicable, to the slate arsenal in
This a queerca'e of affairs. There ia
nothing -like kee. ing the new Constitu
tion ntbe hand tf i fri- cd. 0. S.
Mas Moodie's New Book, Geoffrey!
Monctou ; or the Faith ess Guardian.!
Those who have been so fortunate as;
to have rea'd Roughing it in the Bash, j
will give a warm greeting to a new bu-k
from the pen of Mrs. Mooilie. Those!
erterpiising publishers, DeWiu k Dav.j
enport, New York, have just published
this book. A cotemporary speaking of j
it, says :
The brilliant author of "Roughing itj
in the Bush," has produced a woiki
worthy of her genius, and cn! which j
will make her sii 1 better known and up- j
predated in eveiy family cf intelligence j
throughout the land. Good as a I ht r
other stories are, this far eiceeds them i
all in beauty of conception, and the tin il j
ling interest which is excited for the un
fortunate victim of an uncle s treachery.
The heroine of the story, the sweet
Margan t. is a beautiful creation of all
that is lovely and feminine in woman,
such a ( ne as we may imagine the au
thor to have been herelf in her jomh,
ere bar ships and trials had dimmed her
eve and furrowed her brow, but it is ev
ident that all this has neil! er chilled her
Heart nor rendered her insensible to any
thing thai is beautiful ia nature -t art.
There is a ch um about In r writings that ;
carries us along like m;tgic, till reaching
iLe end we uneoncisously exel Mm " is :
tt is all?" and willi re. let e lay aside!
a volume which h.s held us entranced,
from title page to finis. By- a liberal ',
arrangement on the part of the Publish
ers, the work w ill be printed first in this
country, the author receiving a copy
right, and the proof sheets sent to Benl
ly, of London, to be Issued simultaneous
ly with its appearance here.
It can be had at Adam's Book Store,
iu this town.
Putnam's Magazine : Terms $3.00
per year. Putnam's Monthly and
Household Words, to one address
85,00. PuMished bv Dix & Ed wards
No. 10 Park Place X. Y.
The December number is receiv
ed, and like those which have pre
ceded it, is full, overflowing with valua
ble reading matter. One of its articles, j
the Aimiesof Euiope, contains in form a
tion, which at this period, to all who
feel an interest in the affairs of Europe,
and who have any curiosity to know the
military strengh of its different nations,
is alone worth the price of a year's sub
scription. Among the contents of this
number are, : The Virginia Springs : j
Longfellow's Song of Hiawatha ; Low j
Life in the Sahara ; Living in the coun j
try (continued); Thackeray, as a Poet;;
The Green Lakes of Onandaga, kc, a I j
of which are exceedingly interesting. j
Olnet 'g School Geography A new
edition, this standard work das been pub- j
lished by Farmer Bra e fe Co., of New j
York. The prestnt issue, is the ninety
second edition, and is revised and en- j
Urged. It is accompanied by a large ;
Atlas, including maps, charts and val
uable statistical tables, a phyrical map
of the woild, and a chronological table j
of modern discoveries. No school Geog-j
raphy has been more generaly used i
through the Lnited States, than this,
and its wide circulation, and the length
of time which it has maintained its posi
tion as a standard book in schools is suf
ficient evidence of i s character.
It is sold by E. E. Hoyt & Co., in this
Blackwood's Edikbcrg Magazine : Re
publication of L. Scott & Co., Gold
bl., N. Y. S3 per annum.
The Novembei number of this valua
monthly is before us. The fallowing is
its interesting table of contents : 1. East
ern Shores of the Black Sea. 2. Zaidee.
3. The last works of Professor Johnston.
4. Traveller's tales. 5. Old Coniribj
tor at the Sea Side. 6. Paris Exhibi
tion. 7. Story of the Campaign. 8.
Poliiics what are we fighting for ?
IIoc6ebuld Words In our notice,
last week of the December number ol
this valuable periodical, we neglected to
mention the terms which are $3,00 per
year, for Household Words, and Put
ntm's to one address $5,00. Published
by Dix k Edwards, No. 10 Park Place
Trouble in Kansas.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 30.
Independence dates to day state that
three armed free slate men attempted to
drive Coleman, a pro-shivery settler,
Irom his claim, near Hickory Point.
Coleman killed one of them, after which
a mob gathered and drove him and other
settlers off and burned their houses. Tie
ringleader was arrested and taken to
Lecompto". Gov. Shannon has 'c tiled
out the militia. Many citizens liom In
dependence and Western St. Joseph
have gon. forward and offered their ser
vices ' ov. Lawrence is in arms and
lias five pieces of artillery. A number
of bouses have been burnt in Douglas
county and several families have been
driven to Missouri and taken refuge.
The law and order people of the Teirito
ry have ra lied in large numbers to assist
the Sheriff in eiecu'.ing the laws Six
teen houses were buint at Hickory Point
and several citiseiis are missing.
The above is a te egrapic dispatch,
taken from the Cleveland leader. It is
from a slave stae, and without doubt,
colored by pro-shivery men, so, as far
as it is possible, to throw the blame up
on the free state men. But, the result
shows plainly where Gov. Shannon
stands, let the blame of commencing the
affray, fall where it may. When mobs
of Missouri:tns committed outrages on
free setlleis, 110 militia were called out,
t;o aid was given by the authorities.
But now, when slavery is driven to the
wall, Gov. Shannon can call out the
U. S. troops and the militia to preserve
the (?) jKHce !-.
This is but tire beginring of the end.
Ohio in the Field.
It is astonishing how many great meu
we have in the Stale ? Our Slave De
mocrary are trotting out their nags foi
the great race to come off at Cincinnati
i nexi summer. rr instance, the Ash
j land Union huists the name of Wm. A I
j h-n for President. Thereupon, the Sen
r.ica Advervter fvs, if Ohio is to have
jthe man, Governor Medill, bv his h ren
te n labors during the laie campaign,
has iht preference. The Mahoning Sen
tinel, not wishing to be behind, copies
thi; above 1 u-r nations, and savs the man
for President is Col. Dave Tod ! Well,
why not ? Are not ny of the e men ful
!y iju,il ;o Pieice ? So long as fifth rate
on 11 ar selected, why may not our Lo
cet'ocos furnish a doieu or so of eandi
The grand jury of Pittsbngh has pre-
st n ted female equestrianism at Agricul-'
lural Faiis as a nuisance.
Ols Bill's twelve hundred dollar dia-
nionj pin, a present fro:i: the Queen ot
. . , . , . i I - v
ou ll, Hlltl Willi ll l in a.- -
ioik oy one ilopptr, some moiui: "s".
. . 1 i l l. i ,i(-fi,.
bas been restored to Lim by order of the
Tux Postmaster General has . ended
tt.it a pen ma.k made over or oppose
an article in a n"-rr - v
, . .1.. i
object ot camn .iie.u.nu me nn.e.e.
will not sur-j-ci me paper.io letter poM-
ashixgtok, ov. 20. According to
the present ileti rmifcation, no copies of
tie President s Message will be si nt out
for newspapers, as heretofore, in advance
of its delivery in Congre s.
The Bii-lgt-port, (Conn.) Farmer, says
that Mr. Adolphus Beeis, while fishing
one d iy in a brook at Stratford, discov
ered and has in his possession what pur
ports to be a diamond of the best water.
He is offii red two hundred dollars for his
At a land sale at W noni, Wis
consin, a stranger -jnder'.ook to overbid a
settle-, when the crowd leized him with
th: design of drowning him in the liver.
He dn w a revolvtr and thot three of
them, though not fatally.
The little iown of S Ion, Ohio, with a
poj ulation of only 1035, manufactuies
two hundred and fif'y tons of cheese per
Gloves. Belgium is the great glove
mai.ufaciory of the woild. Ii is stated
that from one establishment last year,
400 000 dozen pairs were exported to
England and America. There are thiee
thousand hands employed.
The Chicago J urnul says the follow
ing Indiana banks have been wound up,
and their securities sold. The bills aie
worth, according to the sum realized, the
following figures : Bank of Cornersville,
87 cents; Wabah Valley Bank, 63 cts.;
Green County Bank, 81 cents ; Mer
chant's Bank. Lafayette, 90 cents ; Lau
rel Bank, 62 cents : Government Slock
Bank' 80 cents.
Thomas Francis Veaghkr was mar
ried in New York on Wednesday, to Miss
Townsand. It is rumored that her fath
er has cut her off wiih "a shilling' in
Rare .-port. If the Newport Xetrt
may be relied upon, the citizens of Cov
ington indulged in very novel amuse
ments That paper of the l?ih sys:
"We understand thst a lady, for a
wager of 20, walked one square and
back, on Saturday night, haled, without
detection; in the event of which she was
to have the money. The feat was pre
formed on Main street, Covington, be-
tweeen Fourth and Fifth street;, at no
later than a quarter after ten. The night
was very dark."
Massachusetts. Dr. Chaffee, the
new K. N. Member of Congress from this
Slate, is said to be an old-fashioned Ab
olitionist. At any rate, he has long been
known as a determined Free Soiler, and
voted the Republican Slate Ticket at the
late election, though himself running on
the other side. We count his v.te sale
for a freedoc-loving organ.zaiion of the
House, for Reeder and Free Kansas all
the way through, and for the impeach
ment of K-ine, should the House find
time to w.iste on game ol that size.
Tint Mflt plication Table. Many
persons are not aware that this ingenious
table was invented by the Greek Phil
osopher Pythagoras, 53-t yea's before
Christ, and is consequently 2393 yetus
old. Scholars as they wade through the
intricate muzes of "twice one are two,
will please ponder upon this intereting
The Southern Stotet i an, published at
Prattville, Alabama, urges the "appro
priaiion of evert, d'dlar in the State Trea
sury," if necessary, for the purpose of
forcing slavery into Kansas! It urges the
culling ol (bounty and State Conventions!
for the purpose of organizing Southern
"Kua.t Aid Societies."
A project has been staited in Louisi
ana to connect the Mississippi River wi;h
L ike Bnrne by a canal, cut from a point
eliven miles below New Or eaus, to an
in ersection at Bayou Phillipou. It is
believed thai by the construction of this
work up country produce conld bt- landed
at Mobile, and other places of consump
tion along the sea lo rd, at ne-half the
cost of freight charges, and vice versa, by
the avoidan- e of the re-Mhipmeiits anu
expense of consignment al New Orleans.
The proposed canal will be less than
four miles in length, and w 11 cost ahout
$600,000. Il will contain a single lock
and will carry vessels drawing eight (eel
ot water. Tin projeel seems to find favor
among the people of New Orleans.
Last evening, in Baltimore, while
poliiicul club of Americaus w. rt-passing
long the streets, il was fin-u upon from
a hou:e inhabited by Germans, iwo
the balls kilhug one of the city Walcli-
men. The Americans immediately at-
tacked the hoii,e and fired over 10U balls
into ir, bombarded il with stoues, aud
completely rid'lled il. The inmates made
their escape. The profession proceeded,
but wer-j attacked soon after from anoth-(
er house, but the interference ofthe po-
lice pievenled furiher mischief by arrest-!
ing the inmates.
There is a statute in Iadinnti which
prevents the tesiimony of a nrgro from
being recti vt din the courts. The dis-jqu.-st
ability, just now, gives the negroes lhe!
monopoly ofthe carrying tride in liquor
in thai State. As th-y cann t be m ule
witnesses the liquor deah is are not afraid
to sell to them, and they are very gen-
employed to effect the exchange
between-the seller and consumer of the
In North Corolina South Cimlin i,
Go .riria and Alal.ama, -S6'J 0J0 have
been subscribed for the purchase of
For the Chronicle.
A Short Chronicle
me yrviyi'- iti -- - ...
a! sit in lhe kji);,s ni t!e people did
! -. lo hj(n Now, when Esther
i gaw lhat w,i.spering and vain convert-1
ofllion jncreil!,ed among ihem she said II
win enier,he presence ofthe King, which
- bM according to the law and present s
: pe(Uiorl 8n j i I p,.rish, I perish. Now,
; it came to pass lhat Ks.ler put on her:
! royai a parel and flood in the presence)
J 0f j,e King. And it was so that when
t,e King saw Esther standing in thej
j court she found favor in his sight, andj
j)e sft;(j un;0 her ; what wilt thou, queen
j Est,er and what is thy lequest, and it!
1 shall be grauVed thee. Then answered
' Ethtr, andtaid, my p.-iition and my re-
is: If I have found favor in the'
sight of the King and if it please lhe
King to grant my petilion, and perform
my re-quest, let there be a journal kept
in which may l;e written the sayings and
doings of the sons and daughters uf Mo
erally ! ses, and Aaron, even of all those that
i daily assemble in the presence of thej
King. Now there are among them lhe
: grand daughters of Dorcas, who wa
I full of good woiks, and alms deeds, and
Mi..alo Olive, lhe daughter of Karen Hap
Vro. rtooli4 --nd emopg all th. dUsihkr fl
Now it c.-.me Jo pass in the third year
of the reign of President Pierce, that the
' n. stt f.f T.i-mv. Ami mil tho rnnntra
, , . . ,
round about, communed one with anoth-
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t r. and said : let us bring together of our
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substance, and build a house that our
, . . .
"on ""d our daughters may be instruct-
,. , .
ed in the manners and customs of the
w'Fe' nJ great ' their generation.
T,)e rf fhe more
u m SHiJ pr(.a,,ventnri.t we maJ bar.
m f(,r ,he u , N
,l,(.reCrCf ,ley say unlo Enos, the son 0f
SamUl.,t W t will thou that we give
; thee for the lot, and house thereof. And
he answered, and said, verily I say unto
thee for an hundred and three set. re and
six shekels of silver thou shall have the
lot and house thereof, for a possession to
thy sons and thy daughters even unto
the third and fourth generation of them
that love wisdom and seek after knowl
edge. Now they gathered themselves
together, and said, let u send from
nmong us three to go into the country
round about, and ask of the people to
give of their abundance for this great
work, even that thi waste building may
be repaired. They then chose William
called Kenned v, and Paniil, the son of
Alden, and Amos whose surname is Lar
nard. And the people did give of their
silver and gold, of wood, for the things
that be of wood, and iron, for the things
that be of iron, and lass, for the th'ng
that be of glass, and paint, for the beau
tifying of the seats and dsks thereof.
Now the length of the building was
twenty cubits, and the breadth eeve'i
cubi's. Now. when they had all brought
together of their 'ubstance which they
gave willingly, they found Henry the son
of Mansnr a man running in every de
vice in bu lding to oversee the workman
ship thereof. Now Henry, who is cal
led Post, began to repair the house for
the school at Leroy on the sixth day of
of the ninth month of the third year of
the reign of President Pierce. And
Hervy chose Levi, and Moses, and eve
ry wise hearted man. even every one
wh se heart stirred him up to come unto
the work to do it. And he commanded
them say:ng. see that thou makest nil
things according 'o the pattern, which I
have shown thee. Then Thomas and
Benjamin planed and nailed the boards!
thereof, and Daniel and Aaron were sot1
to e bearers of mortar. And they went
unto the great city of Warren to a roan
called Gibson, and said unto him we will
give the twenty piece of silver if thou
wilt overlay wiih plaster the walls there-'
of. And Lucius, whose surname is
Peck, did paint the seats and blackboard
thereof; and he said let us stripe the
edges of the desks with blue that tiny:
may be exceedingly beautiful to look
upon. And Hervy. did look upon all:
the work and behold they had done it'
as he had commanded, even so had they
done it. Now when the time had fully
come that their son and their daughters'
should be gathered together to recei e
instructions, they said among themselves'
where shall we find a roan endowed!
with wisdom and understanding capable
for this so great a work. They then sent
Dan el a roan uprght in hi art to Ver-'
non, in the east coentry , even nn to John
the King and said unto him ; get thee'
out from among thine own people and
come hence, and dwell with us and rule!
over our sons and daughters. And lie
straightway arose, and turned his face:
westward, and journeyed unto the cityj
of Leroy ; and said unto Herraon whose
surname is Piersons, I am a si ranger and
a sojourner in the land ; allow me I be-'
seech thee, to stay with thee for a sea-
son. Then answt red Hermonrnd said;
thou art a mighty prince and the choice
of our rooms shall not be withholden
thee. T en Clarrisa, the wife of Her-
man, a woman, noted for her deeds of
kindness and hospitality, made haste and
prepared a small upr room lacing the
southern gates of the city and said this
will we give unto thee fur a dwelling'
place, so long as'hou sbalt reign among
as. Now it came to pass on the tenth
day of the ni ah month that John, the
King began to reign. And his excellent
majesty swayed the royal sceptre two
score and fifteen days ; and lie omposed
in whatever he taught so that before him
there had been none like im among all
l In. teachers of Leroy. And, there was
a great gathering together of the youths
of the land they came from the E.ist!
and the West the North aud the South
that they might sit in bis presence, and
be taught by him in all thosn things which
aie written for their instruction. And
John the King is a man of luthoritr f r
he saith unto Nancy go and she goeih,
and to another, come, and hecomeih.
Now Abratu the son of William left his
fathers house, anil his kindred and pich-
ed hi- lent over northward of the city
. . i e .i
and lie lounil great litvor iu me eyes oi
'.l... on. I u-a miarti fur fli limp in'.
the land there is none to f.iir a- K m :
Happnch, the daughter of Job. And of
thoe who dai y meet with them is one
called Polly, the daughter of Hannah,
and the grand daughter of Levi, who
dwelt about a Sabbath days jouracj
sou.hward ofthe city ; and she walked
not iu the co mandmenls of the King
blameless, because she did not make
haste and repair to the city early in the
morning to enter his royal presence at
the appointed hour, at will be seen in
the book of records, in which are written
me needs thai they did. and toe sins
that they sinned. Now the rest of the
acts of Ji hn the King, first and last, are
they not wrinenin the book of Esther
the Journalist. A Stcdent.
BAZETTA, November, 22d, 1855.
It is singular that the names used
above, should be, in every instance but
one, the rctual names of persons in Le
roy, and still coincide so pel fec;ly with
the scrip ural names; lu' such, is we are
credibly informed, the fact. En.
We coin mi nd I he careful reading of
the following shoilbut pungent article
from the .V. Y. Courier dc Enquirer, to
the organs and apologists of the Slave
Democracy in the free North.
"Sectionalism, that is the word. Sound
it, shout it, hallo it to the four winds of
heaven. Ring it out right roundly. If
il w II do nothing else il will scare crows
and overpower gulls iihal."
Bui wnal is this sectionalism ? It is
not mere winged breath. Il has a mean
ing a meaning dehberaiely, foimail; ,
and authoritatively reso'ved upon.
Result ed by the General Assembly of
the Slate of Georgia fliat opposition to
the j rinciplci ot the Nebraska bill, in re
lation to the subject of Slavery, is re
garded by the people of Georgia as hos
tility to ihe people of the South, and that
air persons who partake in such opnosi
tion are unfit to be recognized as compn
nenl parts of any party or organization
not hitile to the Sou.h."
This resolution was passed unanimous,
ly by both branches of ihe lasi Legisla
ture of Georgia. The North aie told,
and tvery parly n the North is told, that
il is a sectional thing, it thing hostile 10
the people of the South, to oppose the
principle of the Netnaska bill. Jeffel
son. 'he prime supporter of the ordinance
of 1737, as opposed to that principle ;
lie w therefore, a sectional man. Clay,
the abettor and eulogist of the Compro
mise ol 182J, was, Inerefore, a section.. 1
man. Webster, whose doctrine to the
day of his death was that no slave-holding
territory should be admitted into this
Union, was, therefore, a sectional ma.i.
The brightest names all down through
our political annals from the first day ol
til- Republic, are henceforth to be held
in dishonor as belonging to sectional men.
Now do the South really believe thai
the North are to be dragooned into any
such abjuration ol principle any su-li
renunciation of the men and the memo
ries of the past ? Is there to be a new
order of things, and musl every North
ern man purge hiniell from hostility to
the Soutn by taking oath to support, not
the Constitution ol the United S.aies in
its old established acceptation, but this
new-tangled Nebraska Bill, this yestei
born principle of squatter sovereignty ?
Do these 6ouiheru C'aoes really imagine
they are going to dress the Common
wealth, and turn it, aud set a new. nap
upon it?" Are there any at the North
weak enough to suppose this lobe a real
w.-ik of Union Saving ? Is il not palpa
bly the most presump:ious ct rll section
al pre-nnipiiuns ? A piece of secuonai
arbitrariness 10 be frowned upon and re
pelled by all tiuly national men, not beut
under, or in any way encouraged ?
TTETF.RT READER will please notice th ailrrr
Hfemti.t lic.cJ -TO itKioNS Ol'T Of E 31 PLOY
31ET, nl ?inl rur. dtscrij-tiTe Catalogue o" .11
our I.lustrated Hcrlc .
Tu the nmtiatcd in the jrrtrat art or selling hooks, we
would say that we present a scheme for moiiey making
which is rar ttetler than al. the gold mines of California
Any fMrrsou wihin to embark in the enterrise,will
risk liule l.y seudiug to he Publisher, f.5. for hu-b
he will receire aamp.e euiea cf the Tarious works, (at
wholesale i-rices) carefully loxed. and Uirectcu. anor
dine a Tr literal per ccolage to the Agent for bis
troui-le. With these he will soon le ai-le to ascert-iin
tll moAt saicai'le, and onler accur-lin ;ly. Address
(post pild.) KOI-T. i-EAK.-. Pu .li.her.
1-1 William Street. New York.
" 'UK. rillBS1 AI POINTJIENTS are to l.e KE
SOIED in MAKI H nrxt.and eoutinanl as hereto'ore.
They will not be supplied l-y any one else during bit
A Won. to Fkmles. Do yoa feel a distress, crea'
beat, and a sinking sensation at the stomach? Has il
atlccted yur amietitc. tour hefl, and weakenetl the
whole nervous systrmf Then if yon are seekiiig relief
we call yiHlr cec;al attention to Dr. 3. A. Weaver's
Canker and Salt Kbeum 6 nip, which Is advertised in
another column. lse it and i-e cured, for it will surely
do what no other medicine will do.
Tl" fhe prevalence of incorrect notion upon the
ti'iject or metliciiie 11 a creat cauie or misery. McHt
eil practice should l-e jroverue-i hy principle cautious
ly (lciuced from the contributions of long exerieuce
and close o'serT:ition. Ilow iuiHrtant, then, that no
metlicttie houtil le token 1-v inrHlils.nnies it ema
nates from the hands of men of tilent, ju-ljnnent a d
the strictest probity IIiotlar.ds German Bitters, pre
pared ly Or. C. M. Jacksn Ph Udelphia, is prepar
tinn emanating from one o the mot re lei 'rated prac
titioners of tnn-tera times, and one of the jti eatet met
ical writers lermany erer prolace-t. This article il
now in ade ham Is. aa ertdettc th:U the article is pre
pared carefully and skillully. it is proftarinr. the e fleet
Uie orijtmaJ inTentorintende. It iael l-y many of
the lead ins; pract'tioners of Philadelphia in eases of
dewtity of the d t great ive nrtratts, and lunar) apparmus.
and tne diseases urisin; th-refrom- We therefore re
commend this medicine to sttHering inralids. See aJ
ertisemeut. Vr ir vou can paint Are with chrrcoal, liyht with
ehlk, and make colors lire and l reathe. then yon can
with word rite a fa'id. idea of the excellence and ma
vie etTects of Perry Davis Vepeia' le Pain Killer. K
repntation is of world-wide rnorn: Us mtrotluction is
received with great favor in turcica lands.
In Warrca, on the 39th alt., hj R?s. O -u W. M lit -j ,
Mr. Owrn.cn Curm to Miss Mar rali., both of
In II irtfor l. on the S3 I alt. j II. C. Collins, Esq.,
Mr. William II. BrsnjtELL to Miss Elizamtw VaKNKa
both of llartrord.
Stmpt 0eemts,frUis; motiee jefi.iiynsrf
At the residence of her ton in-law. iu East Ashfor-1,
Cataraaifns Co N Y.. on thn 13th of Nov.. Mn. Er
irK W.tUNo, (formerl of tais pUce.) in the 73rd
year of her age.
Iu Niles, 'ry suddenly, on Thursday. Nov. M,Mrs.
XLUta Kfiirxi. age l a'wut years.
Cusaal AdvertiMmeiilt must be paid tot
wlitn hiiuiltii in.
DR. C. M. FITCH, of NEW YORK,
rill lecture in Cleveland, oo I'ec ?th, where he
aiil reuiaiiii until Dec. aud ahere be may he c-
suittrd dail. (wmd excepted,) at his rooms at the
Wedd 11 Uuuse, (ruin the hours of U t 5, for fulmo na
ry Uonsuiuptioit, Astluna. ad all other diseases of the
Cuen, in the treatment of which System of Mechanical
Appliances, M digital I ntial.it it n, and Internal Ken.
elie. ena ks hi in to ail'T-1 relief ;u ail cases ah-re
the disease is not so far advanced as lo !e ieyond the
reach of remedies; and lr. K.U-h ully believes lliat ta
ail cases here his ul-in of treatment tles not succeed.
no other cu allord rel.er. Ur. ttch may also b con
suite I for Catarrh. Itronciiius. Uysteps:a, tVmale
tl-4upkiii:ts. and all other diseases connected with ur
re4i,iHtnic to C'nsunjttn, for the successful treat
m-nt of which be has earned so extensive a rr- .tatioli.
Patients consulting him on the present occasion, may
cniitioue V corretiond with hun in New York without
ftirther expense lut he wtatld r'.icularly rtM-uet
those wistun-c his advice, to call at as early a day as
M4iile, as he rrtruuently nod. it impossible to rive
liie u-riurr Ueittion to all who ero.d iitmu him de-
nni the last fi-w .lays of his apoit.u..ent.
Pera.ins resid ua -rt a dist u.ee, drsiriuz to consnX
I nt analile to vis t lr. Fitch, may do so l.y sendiLf a
roll written statement ol their sjnn f-ms, nan.ii.K a.s
tii ireatuieut liiet ha-.e ' een pursuil k'. tt heu it is
nossihle. however, personal intervi.w .nd ex.mina-
Dll. S. D. 1IARDMAN, Physician for
to the il:ia Lunir lt.it Lutr.
Will i :U ins rou.u-. LiojkiU Hoaie, Warren, Stor-
recti !:, We!neLvr. IKc- -4.
Awruii. fc:o;trf Hiu e. TharIav lKc.il.
i::i!;!e P.., ic. 1,
ltichwr, iK-c. i2.
Ci.t.i,. icC. 3.
iMilon, live. 4.
" ooAkr, lc 5.
MiUersi.urgb, Ih-c. 5 an1 ?.
Je;ferou, Aoincsn liuaM, Jn. I.
ur. iiriiuu treat C-usu:ntira, Drfneh!tU. Ath
wrjnr:in.ai(( an iise;iae ni the tnrout anl lunpa
hy MRDti ATtr InHLATion. lately ul in the Uroa.p f
ton II.sp:tal. Londou. The rrtat point ia the irrM J
mem of a:l human DUkU.lics. ii to fet mt the disease its ;
maiuc. i io (tei at the di.eae its ,
AM mMtru,m are etinuited i tlteir j
orin re-iuirii' reiir' 1 U.s is tne j
un which .( l kftse... Ktlie
m uirrci uutuuirr, .111
a ti'n Uoii the or
nuportar.t fct uiMn 1
tumach is .ii j-t, we Uke aieb.inea diretly i::ts j
hiic :ip rs dirretiy into the luuf. Me li
cine re U:e aiilil'tes to disease. 4Tid sbintid W ap
pliedtothe vrje;itofd!enr. ;4 theap
ptimttoii of this principle t the trrntmetit of dLsus
f the nus. for it Rives us direct access to those n
tric.itewtr eclis and tubes mhich lie uif reach of eve
ry otner means uf administering me.licines. The ra
sod why c-M3uu.piion, and oilier diseases of the lunys,
have hereiufttre r.-3ited all trr itmei l,ha h-en oee uuc
Uiej have nev-r leen appro.tehe) in a direct manner
Hy medicine- Th-y cre ictendel ta act ujon the
lunzs, and yd were applied tn the stum ich! Tketrae
inlrndrd to he lscal, and ve. they were so ad-
miuis'ered tUtt they could only act Cunstitut onally,
expeudinx their principal and immediate action apoa
the uiioireuding stomach. whi)5t the foul ulcers within
ue tans were unmolested! Inhalntion hrinirs the
medicine in direct enr tact with the disease, without the
dislvanLifte of any vioterit action. In applicaiior is
so simph-. thnt it tan rmpluyed !y the yuan zest in
fant, or fee ht invnbd. It does not derange the sto
mach, or interfere in the smilleirt defcree, with the
snrenjriu. rumior; ir business nf the pat.ent. The re
port of the B mmt Hon Hospital. London. hows a recov
of fmnr-fif'k of casrs treated lie Iulialation. ir
properly cm ployed . there is no caae so low, it will not
J7 rThe Inhalations are compounded from the or!
gisal formulas used in the Hromptoa 11 us pita I, London.
No charge fir consultation.
C cf Mr. Btwtk mew mf Kaa T" timing f
VntRWA. Trum'mll Co O. Nov. 16, 1P35.
Owinf to previoU-4 debility. iicurred during the ill
ness of her sistfr. who die. I of pulmonary couumitiou.
Feb. 0, l--ii. Mis. Bartholomew, ahout the first of
March lat. had a danerHi attack of Typhoid Fever,
from which at the end of f-mr weeks, she e?;in t;ralu
ally tn recover (A sjiicht coah. some emaciation,
trausierd. fever, alternately with chills, i;h lassitude
ami prostration, appeared durius; the preceliti( win
ter.) The fever went on the usual ruursr, heeuiuing
coniplic ttetl, however, during its course with inflia
tion of th4 tulmooary tisae. limited a: nrnt 10 the
riirht luiifr. hut finally seriously involving the pleura
of tiie opposite s:de. The usmU r medics were resort-
e-l to. A'KMit the Ust of April, she wasa'de to go a' rout
tne nnusf, nai siiti ienieaiii namsseti witn a patnmi
eouh. d k'ht eats. and with a daily febrile paroxysm
the r s 1 ration at this time was mncn oppresses i, ih
putse freqoeiil, and the emaciation coatii oed slowly
to increase A out the midile of .May the stmptoni
indicated a mtre lav arable issue. The amendment was
f short duration, and the former symptoms returoett.
with increase I and alormin severity. There were ev
idences of a tukertmlmr dtsrvai:tia of the summit
of the nrht lung, and distort ef etlectiug a cure y
the ordinary means of treat ;nj consumption, I Dually
adv:ed Mrs. B. to try the etlect of InttiUtion. Ac
cnrdmply on Uie 3d of July last, ah- saw lr. H irdauin
at H&rren, who present ed a course of treatment adap
ted to an advtuced taze of cousnm) tiuu. I watched
theettectol the itew-remfdies with care and aiixietj.
it 1 'io ot hesitate to :Jte. that to them she is ia-
dbtedfor her preset. t comfortable health. If n4 her
life. Iler recovery was slow, hut stadily progressive.
I know vrrv little of Dr. li trdman personally, or of
his mwle of trtatinc consumption ; lutthis I knww.
t' at he hts hern ecullirly successful in tiie trvatment
of Mrs. uWrthotomew's case. The inefficiency of all
onlinary remedies, and justire tn a new and h-retofcre
untried mode of treatment, impels me to make this vol
A. MOORR M.D.,
dec 5 Vienna, Tram u II Co.. 0.
POLAND OATS. Poland Oats foi
Seed, weighing lb, lo the bushel, for sale I jr
B. II. AI.KKR,
Ohnrchill, Centre of LPerty. Tiom'.nll Co . 0.
S. B A specimen of the Oats can he s-en at this
office. (ilee 5. 1" ji 3m'
FOR SALE. 0:ie large dark bay
MORSE kind, sound an well hroke 6 rran
old. niaireof ( lee 5) 8. T. POMKR0V.
MEL' 'DE0NS. I am jut receiving
a few of Carh rt's anetioalle-1 MefJe.ns. with
several valuable improvement. Call and see ih-m.
dec i S. T. POJifiROV.
C ALE OF REAL ESTATE by OHrr
vlv of Court. n S tnrd iv, the fifth day of January,
lhoft, between the h'-urs of I and 4 o'clock, P. M.. on
the prenises. in the township of Puwter, Tram ull Co.,
O.. will lie sold to the highest bidder the roiioit.g real
estate, as the pioperty of thos. Ilaaley. dee'd, to wit:
S tu-ite in Fowler, ownship N 5 in the 2nd ran- of
townships in the Connecticut Wrstem Reserve in the
S.ate of Oh o, and which is als. it the county of Tram-'
hull, and is known a prt of lot So 46, and boandel
as follows: Wen hy the puMie h shway ; J -uth
lamli fonnerly owned y Josepa H.lavis ; Eat ly the
hifih say. and raunint: North to tha centre of the Bijc
?primc Run. so ca'll. the east and west ends to he
of an eq 'al width, and coniaina fifty acres of land, he
the same more or less. Terms made knon nn the day
of sale. CIIANKLKK HAHLEV,
dec 5. l?55-4t Executor of Thos. 11 aw ley, dec d.
OTICE is hereby iven, iha- ihe
uh?crler h.w been appoititel and qoalifled as
A tministratnx on the Kstate ot Allien L. Morley, late
of Warren, Trumbull Co., O., deceased.
OLIVK L MORLET,
dec 5 3t Admiiiistrairiz.
NNUALS lor the Holidays an)
cominc yeir. in heautifal extra rill and antique
Minding from ft to f30. Those in search of articles
suitable for present. (omMninr leauty, richness, du
rability and che3pass. have only to visit the New
. ork Bookstore, where an entirely new stock is being
receive!, expressly to pl-ase oar old f rends and libe
ral patrons. Drop io and see, at
dec i BALDWIN'S.
GEOGRAPHIES Smith's new and
1 revised edition, hrontrht down to t present
time. Mitchell's School eo iMphy and Atlas. Mitch
ell j Intermedi:ite. Mitchell's Ancient Atlas. Mitch
ell's Outline M ips. Morse's Series of Geosraphiea.
Olnev's ditto. Montieth s first lessons in Ueorraphy.
do Youth's Manual. McXally's System Minnil A
supply at ( lee 5) BALDWIN'S.
rPHE OHIO FARMER FOR 1856.
.L " r 0( farmer" will c immei.ee its Fifth Vo
ume, January 1. If 56. It is now so well and so rene
rally known, that little need he rani in its brhalf.
With the experience vhic we have rained in editing
it, for the past four years, and with the knowledge of
the want: of the a'lic, whirn much travel aud cor
respondence has given as. together with the verj
caiiy a'de c iDlri' otors, which we hare been roKSi-.nt
ly adding to our II reWore Ions list, we feel tVit 7e
Okim Frmtr is nop than ev r worthy or the p ttnn
are of the entire couitry : and w can as Aire all, that
however eicellnt it may have been for the past year,
it will he bettr for the year to come.
The Qhim Firmer will continue to e issued weekly.
nn a I urge folio heet. of clean, white pnper, and on
cleiir type, and illnstrtted with cuts or iXimetie Ani
ma Is. Implements, Tree. House. Ac. Ac. The
Ne and Miscellaneous Department, Market Reports,
Ace, will receive careful attention.
TERMS OF TUB OHIO FARMER.
invariably im aovaacK.J
Single copy, one year... $3 One copy, ix month.
Tkree cop.es. one yfar, 5 Fiveei'ies, six months.
Five copies, one yrr,... H I Ten copies, six months.
Ten copies, one rear 1j.
A elab of five sobscTihers, at t J. will entitle the per
son making it up to a copy for six months ; a. club of
ten. Kt ilJ, to a ropy for one year.
r"ruM subscribers, who wish to renw their suh
srription,can do so at any time, by getting a new
subscriber, and sending a $3, which will pay for both
for one year.
TlTr'Su' scribe wifhont delay.
TII03. UR IWN, Proprietor and Rditor,
dee 5-2t Cleveland, .htty,
pKo. ADAMS HAS JUST RE
v!X cived at his Kook Store over Two Thousand
holts of W.ill Pirr, at prices vrtrying from six eerts
liolt. t one dollar and a httf. The Utter are VLI-VLT
and GOLD aiers. most rich and elegant.
M0XCT0N. OR THE
IILKS OrARUl AN. Mr-. Mm-lr. nothor
of "fiV-uhing it in tire Ba-h "rlora Lyodsay. "Life
in the Clearings s. the Buh." Mirk Hnrletoiie,
dec. kc. One handiotn volume. Frtce. In cloth, fl.
The talented author of Konyhing it in the Bush,
has thrown all her power into this work, whie . ts hy
far the l-et o the niaiiy e-trelh-nt ones that have issued
from iitr I"'. od we think will amkea euatloii iMth
here and in Ensland, s the most hnltiaiit novH of the
day. By special arrangement with 3lrs. Moo-lie. and
WyaliV'ral outlay, this wir is printed fir-t in this
C mntry.aiHl the proor-shcrta tent to Itentley.a d , h-lsh-d
in England simuitanronsly wit' the isoe here.
The ch aracters io this work are drawn with a most
masterly htn.', evincing a t orocsrh knowMlgt: of the
m;iin-srifigs f human action, and a dee,, insight trto
the controlling pjisios which prompt, ns to rood or to
rvtl. The designing nd wlrkerf laayer. who proved
so false to his truM.and who. like th I athsfme spidt-r,
rove hiwewith sura a' t)eskH around the int
cent oSirc' committal lo hi"ch.ir. nnd.4 h'me!f
foiled at Inst, and rrapa a terrt le h-.rTeH of Mood at
the h inds f his owt. wickM and unfiiit) oprii.g. So
true is it that He who sows the tnnn a ill reap the
irhirlwind. The plot of the wo-k is varied aud strik
ing ; th contra-ds ar vivid and fore V 1-. psrticuliirly
Ketwern rov ln.le. the -vll renius of tl e story, arul
the go-xl Sir Alextnder and hij no le dn 'hier, i h
lovely nd gevtle a eautifnl thirc in woman. " lets
cnncvalrotnt like a worm in the I n I. feed o the dim
k f her chviek. an-l we turn with a shcdler, from
Ml c rtempUtion of this lively rhirate to that of
linah North, that nvr tl.au ftertd in hnnn nh.ipe.aho
.i.ir.il mikM nshluh toth:ik tint nxteh ift!-ters e
the human form. Th rc is a line moral tone pervading
th whole t.4V.k which ear. not f:il to do good.
Ti-entr "fjnies just receirod t
Dec. 5. 1. ADAMS 1I0OK3TORE.
Isaac Mencham 1
xm. Court of Common
Sarin Rjeve. Robert Chirk. I Pleas of Trum uil Co.
Mary lleeve, Iri R-eve. Ohio.
Jute Hardin?, t.forge C. j Civii Action.
Harding. d Jerem:ali j
Mrree-. and Jame !vve J
pOBKRT CLARK. MARY REEVE.
a V Maria Reeve, Jane Harding, and Oeorge C. Ilard-
ing. nonreident drfvnd nts. art' hre'.iy ntifil that
on the third d.tr of rx-cemher. . I., '--ii. the raid
Isaac Mcachara nletl his p -titmn atrain.U th3i in aa:4
court. The object and pmyr of said petition is to sell
twoett;tl undivided s-v--nth part of all the land in
Riiisnmn. in said County, which Jeremiah K"eve
owneti t the time of his death. t-eing one hundred and
. . '. ...u, . .-.i.l UnH is now owned
hy said ueremlant. as nirs or sniu rrm
shares iu said land toucht to be sold, are the ot
Sarah Keve and KVtlrah llwre.dee a.1. wh eh said
two shares were mortsn-re.1 to the plainli" J J;"
and Bethiah OB the St.h rfay or March. A. 0 '"Jto
seenr.- the lavment of tl.ree n.-s of vd Sarah K-eve
of th,t dste : one for t'".i. nne year from dare.
o-ie ror ;isi. uoe two jf. ..-.-- -
t:. three ,e from 'lte with inlerj-.t thereon
",.lv ,Kltv l-cnioid on rotes. 1 nlc.s H
nv'fhn. Vt l-ve. y.ri. Reeve Je llar.1-
for :i. due two ye-rs ir"m '
' iut t).a- C llrr -inc srswer hy ?"th d-iv of
i jjn,(,v. A. H. l-S". plaint If w 11 take 'u lmeat
, ' jtfulj, arordiuy to th ra .-r ' tl r
j ' riT.T' HBTOIIT
j ALBERT V L0M.!a.
irwrTSn.TJaw. n l".-t AH"r Is Plsjinkir.
War:! and Electa L. Cin:trl.t. reieaams; itowi-r there-
'in. Said petition alli.ee that said H'arrt nd Cr-aU-ieht
hive sold mid propertv f said David and Jasaca M.
Cin.preH anJ.jeH to sanl rcri(r;t. The pet tion pray
judgment against it. id Ward aud ConiU ight for the
j awtmnt doe 00 said nrtea- and to leew:e due before
; jadcuent. and also f.r sale ol the mortsHTed premises
to S4tir atid judgment. au the amount to t-reomw
due. and for ja lcment aininst aid Ward nd Comtright
- for any I a la net recuini'tg doe atrr sale. AUo, for
; Injonctton. which was tnr.tr I.
?id John A. Ward, Loeina TW.irl. Wward B
tiou Comtrifht and EWta L. Comtright must answer said
' petition hy the 3th l:iy of Janunrv. A B le6, or said
S-'tb. Ilaj es ind Ri.h i-iuu.k C urt c.-r.,- ..p
- I Pirns cf TroBlaH C.
John A W ird. !..,v!li L. - t.-luu.
Wkril, Eilrurd B.Co3rtrsfiE. Civil uuod.
E:rt L. Cr.m ': ' I
DaTid Cur-toll, kid Jnt I Iojaoetlow.
HE NON -RESIDENT DEFEND-
ml. Job a A U'ml, am Lorii.a L W'm. and
E-ivrtrd IS- Comlritfht and KJvcta L. C Bitrijrht,
right. ar hrrly soiiiiril thxt th pJait'3 an the :!
&J of 0-tocr, A b. i35. fiktl their rrtitin amin
vliein in th Court of Cotrjuon flru of mi roarrty.
t )-tittn alleges that on ;he lMh day of March,
t.e ai-J J.mt, A. Ward and K.Jvar.l k. Cuat-
riff 'it e rented to ttee plaintiff their far notes of hand
for 9M.&, each, pay a tie tiectirfljr in one. two,
three ai.d fvar yur after !aie with annaal interest;
Hast one of aaid r.vtft ttdue with annual intrrtrt n
mil f stud nt-a; Out on the 1Mb dav of MAtxih. lH5d.
another or said nt-a will I !u ;ih antul interrsi
o id ootra. TUe .etit:on f xr h-r al lei.es that on th
due said uotes were gir a Mid Hard and Comtright,
with their wives, the said Lovii a L. Ward and Electa
wttn tfteir wives. Ui Mid Lovii a L. Ward and Electa
L. Coactrtpht, excutnl a wtiirtise to.Lhe nUin irs on,
i artain steam saw u,jn. tuh the apportenaneeo. and
three acre of jrroui.J on h ch the SiB-e ii lucaied.
situate in Vernon in id Co amy, beiti part of ht No.
etition will be taken for conf-sed.
Ct'UIId & BRIGHT.
"Warren, Dnre. 3, 115. 6t Au for Pl'ffa.
A SPARAGCS ROOTS A f-w hurT
i drel thrifty APARAGFS RiiOT?. for sprint
planting, from the Lockport. (3. .) Nursery, are of
fered for sale hy the subscriber, in quantities to snit
pui chafers, at the rate of 913 per hundred. Entmirw
at the Chronicle otEce.
Orru z or tbc AsirrscL dt Niw Ldiai R. R. Co..
A-hUi uU, O , Nv. IVth. IfiS.
Tlve 9tockYolders of said Company aie herehy noti
fied lhat their annual b.-hid; for election of Directors,
and other duties of Stockholders, will be held at the
of&ce of said Comp: ny. in AshtaJrQla, oo Thursday,
the 3d day of January next.
Attest: K. W. GUIS WOLD. Pres't.
II. PkMtTT, See. bot 28 4w
i liertby rien that the
A'lminie.rxtor oo the nut at Eliakim 1U11. Uta of
Wnvn. Xot. 9lh. 3t HARMO AUSTIN.
RD CAfiES A larL'e assortment
receirel. an. I for sale hy "
B. A. SMITH St CO.
V RX OLD'S WRITING
All size, for sale by
B. . SMITn k. CO.
WOMAN'S FRIEND. T l me, money
and lior mtI, I j using fhe German Cheui-
cal Soap, which can b had at
Z. A. SMITH CO.
7 0LF-S AROMATIC Schiedam
V SCHNAPPS a new supply just received, and
for sal bj
no W B. A. SMITH A CO.
G ASKILL HOUSE. Corner Main and
South Streets. Warren, Ohio.
W D. ROW ELL. Proprietor.
This new and oonmodioBs Hotel will hefotrnd hythv
travelins; eommnoity to poasesa all the facilities of the
lest eondueted hotels, for the accommodation af ihe
po'dic. The present proprietor baa had it furnished
iu the mist approve I modern style, and availed btni
self of ev-ry applraitc ret,nitt toenaiih the II u use to
merit pui-lic patronajre. Thefurniinreaud fixtuiesar
ait new. Uie feuera! aecommotiatinns ansurpased. and
every attention paid to visitors lhat may be reqcired.
Bills mod-rate. The stage office adjoins.
vrr y tf
CH R 1 ST M AS AND NEW YEARS
COMING AGUN toicther with any nam' er of
elegant Pianos, Mettnleons. Jtc., daily arrivins; at 9. T.
Pooierot Piano Ware Kooin Liberty St., Warren, 0.
1 mut asriin ren,ind nty friends that a food Piatt
Forte is the most snl'Stantial, sei1He. ai.d witluil ac
crptaMe Christmas or New Years rift which can h se
l-cted. If any doa-1 it. I respecifnlly refer them to
Uie intended recipient of the favor for confirmation of
o.y opinion. I always seH a tarre nomer on or near
the holidays, and am glad to aa this year that I am
favored wi:h an minimal siakm? alwd' for lostrtt
ments. Those intending to "go in, will doweU to call
as soon as possible,
nov 28 S. T. POME ROT.
a. j. tha-xl, proprietor. wm. okbth, ag't.
J. TKOXEL, Deafer n all kindj
of Groceries. Profusions, Flour, MeaL Potatoes
ike. k.e. Corner of Market and LiOety screeta. War
".t;li x".. t r u,. i
piessiy for family use. No. 3 and 3 Id hhls. No.
I White fish in hbls and , hbls. No. I Shad. Codnsh
that can't be beat, by A. J. TROXEL.
( 10FFEE, TEA & SUGAR.
V J Rio, Jamaica ami O O Jara Kanubphr, of the best
qaalttirs aail lowe prices
i ll, uiacic aii iin(Mrtai reaa or the best qualitipm.
Brown, Pulverize! at'd Crashed duirars; also Sugar
lloose and PUittatioo MoUssea and Syrai-s. at
JMCE, bj the lb or bbl, at
I'OBACCO a choice lot of plug and
fin cut chewing and smoking tohacco.
A J TKOXEL.
t HANDLES Sperm, Adamantine, Star
; Sierine and Tallow Candles. Also 9pttti OH. and
a srrat rariety or SjMcea. Soaps. Ac. at TKOXEL'3
CEGARS A lanje -nil choice lot of
O Imported Senrs ot the beat brands and finest fla-
RANTED In exchange for Groce-
Corn and Oats, low wh.ch the highest market price will .
i paid. A J TKOXEL.
CTRAYED OR STOLEN.
n,m the saHscriber. In Warren, on the Sflth of
9eptemi-er. a r rtdish lirindle cow. with line back and
wMte face; t beaTj body and short lera. Any ersoo
finding the same, and giving info nuuton where she
can he foand. shall t-e liberally rewarded.
Warren. Nov. l-3t OCoBGK B. KKID.
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
I ''HE highest market price will be paid
for Land Warrants of all sises.
Those h4ving Warrant to riinposenf. will please call
on the su' serier. at K. A. bmith cV Co.'s Drnr Store.
Warren. Jane 2. Ifii-y EDWARD A. SX1TU.
18i5. .NOVLMBLK. JS55.
EDWARD E. HOYT A CO.
Are now receiving a irener.tl assortment of rail
anil w inter Uooda, wnieh tn-y win oner at prices 10
inowre rdy sale. Call and see as at fio.'s J and 3.
River Block. ov7
VJEW AND GOOD. Just received
i. 1 large stock of Rail koad Watches in Odd and
silrrrCaS'S. no-r? KINO . BROTHER.
LARGE A.Si0RTMENT of Gold
Breast Pins and Kar Drops, of every d-critiiot
and price. nov KINO S.
LARD OIL and Ca phene Ltmpt of
all sizes: Toys and and fancy Oooda of every
description and kind, at nov7 KINU'd.
cilveb7l atedandgekm an
O SILVER SPOONS ASD fORK? always on hand.
Pare s leer sioons of every sise made to order.
All goods and work wairanted.
9 W lin street. 7 Kl'! BROTHER.
OSHUA W. Pr.CK'S ESTATE.
ire is here1 veiven that the auhwril er haar ee
apNuitd aud qaalin!l as administratrix on the cstatsr
of J. W. rvrk. luo or Trnm)all County. Ivceased. Da
ted at How laud th.a I'th day of X.vea.fcrr, Irjj
' nor 14-31 JLL1A B. PKCK.
G' i RACE LEE, By Julia Kavana!,'h,
f M ,y. 30. at BALDWIN'S.
ENAMELED Brass Kettles, Blind
Buus and AruoUl's 8.ih Fasteners, can v found
je!3 A. L. 31 0 ii LEY 5.
(O to improve their stock of 31 ue. are Inform 1 Uia
one of my SuiTnlk Hoars will te kpt. during the Kali
and W i, tvr. I y ALULKX VAN 'JOKDKR, at tha Lower
Mill, in W rren.
I shail alM keep oae on my tn farm In Bloowiflekl
Oct. 10- 1-5-2. CIIAULICS BitOWN.
Tt PENSION a U BOUNTY LAND
1 CLAIMAXTj. Bu.!i.esa with the Pension office,
will, d-irin the mlilh of Deceai'tr, take sse to Wash
in,nm City, ll.irr sLorsli. Treutou. Al'-an;, Hartford.
Uiver. Aul.aK.lis. and ern). olhel cities where wull
ta." rectrds may ie found, and person, having Pen
sion or uoni.ty Land cases, will do well to giva me a
call imneil aieiy.
susei..le.l claims will t uken. and if I am not aae
ccsrul. no fee. wiil be charr.-d.
Business with the P.uelit I Mfice. professional ImsiBes.
in thr E:wtrn ci:ies, or utiles, will I e carefully attend
ed to for a reasoiia'-le comiiensatinn. and I will also
nil'rtaiie and prtrtevui chums lefvre the new Coart
of Claiais at Was1iivt.'B City.
1 ahtll start aont th H(h day of Pecemher. and
persons haviat; l-asiiss th. y wish attended to, will do
well to call on me before that t'ipe.
J. F. AsPER. AU'y at La
Over Smiths . McComns' Store, Warren, 0.
Nov. 51. li-i.K-31
ATS, CATS it UMBRELLAS.
cits for sale CHEAP at o. 1 Jl.n v. Strw u
EDWAKI" a.. U.T h. CO.
Warre", !ov. SI, .
LOWKLL MASON 3 new collection or enure n
Jiusic, conui lis npwar isot oaa x." .. P.v.
mus,c.adupfdtoaJ oulo!iinrl'-ioa-rnETi me
tres, and a much larirer variety than ns'ial of Airrliawj
and ol!:.? Set Pieces. The HLfc.MKMS o WIS1C
have neen esiiHy 1-repure.l f..r S.uitini; Classes a
variety of pleasing ex. rcises. fonr-pa t Sonus, and
ro"ls lttee.,-se.l. and there is a.l.lc.1 MI1CAL NO
TATION IN A Nl'TMIELI- al-rief coarse fur schools.
A Hiieciuien copy will I e sent, by mail, postpaid. f.
eximinati.n. to any teacher of music, or leader of c,"''
on receipt of ssvliti rivx rxx-r.. PnMihed by
S3 Park Row. New York.
sef!6 9m San Horn. Carter dt Basin. Bostoa
I "ERRYb AVIS' PAIN KILLErTs
1 irross just received, and for sale at
aag. 2a. E. A. SM'Tfl fc CO.
w v TONS OF CHEEaK WANTED,
r) l ',.rMeh the hifhest market m lee w ill raid.
"'ve-y. ll)llAta t .
CCRAI' IRON WANTED. -Cash pai -
k ' f.w a y -naTitil" of ScjjI'
Ir.u. -t the Steve aud
. .AfctawuJl U.
Clo Warehouse ,