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WILLUat KTIKI, Bdhar asl Prsjristar.
On last Thnradiy the town of Mlchl
gamtna, Uarqnatt county, Michigan,
w" deatroyad by flra ; oyer twa hun-
drad building bains boned mod eight
live lost. 1
; large flren were reported a few day
ago as raging In the country north of
Toronto, Oanada, covering aizty miles.
Foreeta, lenoaa, crape, honaee and barna
were burned. The reason there hat been
very dry. ...
The annul meeting of the Ohio
elation of School Superintendents will
be held at Pnt-ln Bay. on Tuesday.
July 1st. The Joint convention of Ohio
and Michigan teachers will be held the
One Jack Carter, who had been con
fined in Sing Sing for nearly thirty years.
on his release, Saturday, sat down on a
tone and wept ' He won't find much
trouble in getting back, unless he steals
something excessively large.
The gas well near Fairview, Butler
- county. Pa., pays the company that owns
it about three hundred dollars dot dav.
Pipes are laid to Fairview, Petrolla,
Kama City and Argyle, and these towns
light their houses and heat their stoves
with the gas.
June 19th, at Horins. Canada. Mrs.
Workman, who was tried and eonricv
' ed, and sentenced to death for the nur-
, derof her husband, last winter.
; hung at 3 : 15 A. x. Herneok was bro
;." ken, and she died Instantly. But few
persons were present
The cholera is rspldiy spreading in
European and American . citien. In
- KaahvOle, on Friday last, the number
' or deaths was SO. On the same day in
; Memphis, there 20 interments. Several
' cases are reported hi Cincinnati, one in
Washington city, and one in afilwaukie.
The announcement of a National Con
yention of Irish-born cititena, to be held
- at Cleveland, July 15th, has been made.
As therein stated, this movement is de-
. signed as an offset for the German TJn
ka, the members being pledged to anp--'
port one another in preference to per
sons or another nationality, without dis
tinction to sect or parties.
The eommiUee appointed by the State
.... Coastitatioaal Convention to report on
the invitation to adjourn to Cleveland,
. on Friday last unanimously reported in
, xsvor OX accepting the Invitation. The
. report was made the special order for
next Friday. It is said that the conven
tion is sboat equally divided on the sub-
' Ject, and the debate will be lively.
. A correspondent of the Cincinnati
- Gazette, over thesignatureof' Lawyer,1
makes a suggestion to the State Consti
tutional Convention, to-wlt : -
That the Constitutional Convention
codify the various propositions that
fesve been submitted to it, those inelu-
- ding every cooeeiTsble subject of or-
- ganie State law, abolish the Legislature
sue nraaj years, ana tnea Sajotirn."
Bonce F. Clark, President of the
Lake Shore and Union Pacific R. K.
Coa, diedlnKew Torkvon the 1Mb. lnst
of rheumatism in the heart.' He
' aged fifty-eight years. He was In the
. XXXTth and IXXVIth Congresses,
: and since then has been one of the lead-
r ing railroad men of the oountry. Mr.
r Clark was son in-law of Commodore
. It seems to be an assumed fact that the
A.4Q.W, B.B is a&ain to be leased
to the Erie Railway Company, making
it a through line from Cincinnati to New
Tork, instead of the break at Salaman-
, ca. Both Mda will probably be reduced
to the eotomon gauge. It is expected
Mr. Devereeux will be made Ties Pres
ident, at the election soon to take place,
' In place of Hodgskin. , . 1
A man in Steuben villa, O., had a pait
of a keg of powder stored In a cupboard,
' npstaira, in his boaae.' One day last
week, while his wile wss absent, their
low little children, it Is supposed, got
to the powder for the purpose of playing
( with it., At all events a terrific explo
sion occurred, tearing the - house to
pieces, killing two of the children al
most instantly, and inflicting fatal in
Juries to the others.
. Senator John Sherman, in a letter to
. last Saturday's Cincinnati Gaeette, says
' that a correspondent of that paper con
veys a false impression in the statement
classifying him with (he Senators who
" hare not returned their back pay."
, He adds that the reason why be never
. returned it was because ha had never
received iu He says he has not and will
not receive any portion of the H, 138.40
allowed him by the salary bill as back
Harry Sweetser, lata Superintendent
of the A. ft O. W. Railroad, has brought
a libel suit against Jsmes B. Hodgskin,
Vice President and Treasurer of said
company, Isying damages at $200,000.'
Hodgakia was arrested iu Meadville on
a capiat, and compelled to give bail In
f 100,000. He may discover that those
epistles of his about Sweetaer, published
in the New York World, are costly ex
periments in literature. Douglass ft
McCoy, of Meadville, are attorneys for
the plaintiff. v
- The fourth annual convection of the
Ohio Stat Sabbath -school TJnlon, com-
posed of the several Christian denomi
nations, met in Akron on Wednesday,
the 11th inst, la the Sabbath-school
rooms of the Methodist Episcopal
Church. The convention was undoubt
edly the largest ever held since the or
ganization of the Union, and the inter
est manifest was very aooouraglng to all
Sab bath -school workenr. . Nearly three
hundred delegates were present
The following officers were elected for
the ensuing yesr i
: President Issae C Aston, Columbus.
; Recording Secretary Key. ' I F.
Drake, West Lancaster, Fayette county.
Corresponding Secretary Cot R.
Treasurer Wm, H. Reed. Bucyrua.
The next Convention will be held la
Tifiln, the first week In June. "
' The July number of the Phrenolog
ical Journal opens volume 67 certainly
a venerable magazine in a most credit
able manner. Readers must ' find the
following among the specially interest
ing papers, which impart a high value
to the Dumber. Calmon P. Chase, with
Portrait; The Problem of Government,
which every politician should read care
fully j Sketches from Dally Life, illus
trated ; Creating en Atmosphere ; Gen
las and Talent s How to Use Pbrenolo
gy. Illustrated ; How I gained it The
Ehaksr ProbUm, a defence ; James L.
Orr, with Portrait l Integrity f Where
will yso Summer ; Compulsory Attend
ance, a powerful diacossioa of the Edu
cation Question. ' ' ': ;
Terms, $3.00 a year, or six moia&s oa
trial, for f L60. Address S. It Well.
S60 Broadway, M. T.
The Boston Journal sums up In aa
erUel on TbreaHfJeat Butler's can
didacy CtfGoveroorahlpax Massachu
setts as ibtlowa ; " He vlU fall of a
nomination simply because tk greftt
mass of the Republicans do in he
lieve in him, do not wast Jii, aptf
do not mean to haveiiita." ,
There seems to be but little excite
ment among either buyers or sellers
concerning this year's dip of wool. The
demand east is not sufficient to stimu
late the buyers and the prodnoers gen
erally decline to selt Some Ohio wool
has been sold In Ksw Tork within the
week on private sale. In Philadelphia
there la but little movement, and prioce
are without material change. A few
sales have been reported within the
past week including Ohio, Pennsylva
nia and West Virginia XX and above at
5253o ; medium half blood 5253c;
coarse oommon snd quarter blood 45c ;
Indiana, Illinois, Michigsn, W lsoonsin
and western fine50S2c ; medium 52 Q
54c ; coarse 43 45c
The New Tor Bulletin thinks the in
creased demand for heavy weight wool
en goods hss tended to make manufac
turers more willing to purchase the raw
material, though there is no disposition
shown to anticipate future wants to any
extent, and prices hsve to be low to
meet buyers' views. The wool clip that
has been sent East this yesr is in god
condition, end the staple is belter than
for several years past There la some
foreign wool being sold at auction un
der claims for damage in transit but the
damsge is very slight, and the prices
realised are generally well up to regu
lar prices. Some sales of the Ohio clip
have been made in New York st 50c
TakiriB the Boston Advertiser ss author
ity we should say that there are hopes
of an improved market, as there has
been more inquiry for domestic fleeces
within the past week than for sometime
before. Concerning sales made at Bos
ton and the prospective market the Ad'
vertiser has the following :
Small sales of choice Ohio of the new
clip have been made at 62c., and un
washed has been sold at 47c. but this
an extreme price obtained for choice eta
pie. The demand for California has
been sctive, snd the receipts hsve been
taken at grade prices on arrival. Car
pet wooia have been more sought for.
but prices hsve ruled in buyers' favor.
The market generally is unchanged
from last week, and the condition of the
goods market is such as to imparts feel
ing of con fidsnoe to manufacturers that
at present rates were will oe s good con
snmption of wooL Our sd vices from
the wool growing sections estimate the
clip or last year's figures, but there is a
stronger disposition to sell st short time.
We hear of some choice clips being; ta
ken in Ohio at 45c, but they could not
be sold in this market at any margin
over cost and whoever buya at that
price will run some risk, ss the lar ere
quantity of California wool coming to
tne iastern seaoora win tend very
mucn to cnecK mgn prices.
We have given the latest information
we could obtain on this aubjeot, and
those Interested must judge whether it
is best to sell or hold.
The following horrible confession
of an American Lucretla Borgia
comes from Decatur, Illinois, dated
Last September a Mr. A. W. Drake,
an honest farmer living near Moam-
qua, died suddenly, aud under cir
cumstances indicative of foul play.
His mother-in-law, Mrs. York, was
keeping bouse for him. A few days
since she was taken violently ill at
the residence of her son in .Kansas, to
whither she bad gone soon after the
death of her son-in-law. Mr. Drake's
physician insantly detected poison
and told her she could survive but a
few hours. Facing death, she made
a most itaruingooniession. brie con
fessed to having poisoned her nusDana
In lSoo, Airs. A. w. JJrase, her own
daughter, two children of Mr. A. W.
Drake, ber grandchildren, the wife
of ii it. urate, formerly or this city
and last September Mr. A. W. Diake.
She then went to her son's, in Kansas,
and a short time ago made a mixture
of poison to administer to him on the
nrst opportunity, reeling unwell a
day or two afterwards, she went after
some medicine to the cupboard, ana
bv mistake took the fatal dose n re-
pared for Ber son, wolcn resulted in
her own death. Thus passed from
life by her own band a husband, two
daughters, a son-in-law, two grand
children and herself, while she at
tempted to poison ber own son, who
bad offered ber a borne' for the re
mainder of ber life.
Kansas City. June 21. A special
to the Times from Chill icotbe. Mis
souri, gives an account of an attempt
to rob tne feopie's iiank or that city,
last night it appears tnat Smith
Kambo, a wealthy larmer, but a
notoriously bad character, living in
the southern part of the county.
arranged a plan with some conreder
ates to seize tbe cashier of the bank,
hold him as nostage ana compel his
wife to open tne nana and the vault
A pretended confederate named
Brook, disclosed the design, and when
Ram bo went to the cashier's bouse,
about 10:30 last: night, to carry out
the plan, be was confronted by a
party of citizens, and after some
parley, instantly killed, being riddled
with bullets. Two of his confederates
named Monso and Monroe were cap-
. 1 .1-2 - I "
tureu uiis morning auu are now iu
(JXAHA, JSEB., J une 21. Yesterday
two men, a negro and a white man.
entered the house of Mrs. O'Douuel.
about twelve miles west of Svdnev
Station, Nebraska, robbed the house
and shot Mrs. U Donnel. seriously
wounding ber. A party started in
pursuit of the robbers, found them
near Pollin Station and killed both
of them. The name of the white man
is given as Phillip, and the negro is
supposed to be h. .Berry.
Franklin. Mo.. June 22. -A young
girl was ravished this morning by a
negro, named ueorge f ields, rrom
Augusta, Missouri, about ten miles
from this place, r ields was followed
by the sheriff and other officers. He
was arrested near Labadio, taken
back to Augusta and bung by a mob.
Everything Is quiet now. The negro
la still banging.
New Yore. June 22. Stokes new
trial will not occur during the present
term or ineuyerana Terminer, which
throws it over to October. His counsel
has decided to make no effort to bail
the prisoner. It is said the defence
will rely upon the medical testimony.
so effective on the first trial, and will
raise the plea of self defence.
James Simmons, an oycterman. was
beaten so that hi life was endangered,
last evenirjz. in Newark Bay. bv two
8s ten Island oystermen, named Lucas
and White. A negro who endeavored
to derend bimmons, was knocked
sverboard aud nearly drowned.
Wheeling, June 22. Isaac Freeze,
a resident of the Figbtb Ward of this
city, was shot by his wife on Friday
night She first attacked him with a
poker, and then with a fire shovel.
He took them away from her. She
then drew a revolver and fired four
shots, one of the bails striking him in
the breast, inflicting a dangerous
wound. Family difficulties were the
. Baltimore, June 21 During an
altercation this morning, on North
Holiday street, between George Ash
ton and Thomas Sorrell, both colored,
Ash ton fired four shots at Sorrell,
wounding him in the head, left arm
and thigh. . Ash ton was arrested.
Fobteess Monroe, June 22. Wm.
Herseh, a soldier from the garrison,
was murdered last night at Mill
Creek, about a mile west of the fort
He was struck on the bead with a
siung shot, by an unknown party,
and died in a few minutes. A man
named Davis has been arrested on
EyAKsriLLB, Iso., June 22. Pal
mer Davis, formerly of New Albany,
shot and killed tatrk Foley, an
iron puddler, at the rolling mill, with
out any apparent cause, on Saturday 1
night Davis escaped before word
could be conveyed to the police. A
man named John Byan, alias Leonard
atao a rolling mill band, was shot by
Davis at iha fame time, but was not
riousiv hurt. "
"Constituent" to "L."
Ed. Chronicle i In your paper of
the 11th lnst, I find a letter purporting
to be upon the "Congressional Salary
Increase," in which the writer has la
bored through two and one-half columns
for our edification, and" forgotten to tell
us, or to say naything from which the
most careful reader may know, whether
be is in favor of, or opposed to, the sub
ject upon which ho writes. He appears
to have totally forgotten that subject in
his exasperated attempts to eulogize
General Garfield, whose course seem
ingly immaterial to him whether right
or wrong be so profoundly defended.
His communication is slimed "L" I
do not know whether that "L" is in
tended for an abreviation of Lickspittle
or not and I shall not demean myself
by applying the name to him , but a pe
rusal of his article cannot fail to remove
all doubts as to the possible existence of
those ancient parasites, snd of the possi
bility of one of their descendants having
found his way down to the present gen
eration. Mr. L. says that the cause of
his master was prospering until "a con
stituent" wrote something for the
Chbomicle in May. But he is of the
opinion that "Constituent" doas not
know much, to whiuh "Constituent"
perhaps ought to plead guilty, he never
baying read the noyels referred to by
"L" except the one entitled "Ohio In
the War," which ofjtseir is sufficient to
disgust any man with ficticious wri
tings who is st all conversant with the
facta. This letter ot L, bore the impress
of a learned man's hand. Greatness wss
evidently swelling up within him ; wis
dom was radiating, and knowledge was
oozing as he wrote.
To the billingsgate part of his letter I
shall pay no attention. It is worthy of
the cause which he tries to defend, and
probably the master in whose service it
is employed will appreciate it and suit
ably reward him for its use. But to
such part of his letter as takes issue with
"Constituent" upon the salary fraud or
Mr. Garfield's connection therewith I
will briefly reply. His first complaint
is that "Constituent" gave only portions
of Mr. Garfield's letter and salary histo
ry. Did he expect the whole letter of
three columns and history of eight more
would be repeated in those comments,
and was anything withheld from the
reader to to the detriment of Mr. Gar
field whose letter snd history had been
circulated by thousands through the
district, and were in the bands of every
reader of the Chronicle, and it was to
that letter and history alone, that the
readers attention was called?
The next charge, which is the only
thing that has induced me to pay any
attention to Mr. "L'a" communication is,
that "Constituent" has purposely mis
represented the spirit gf Mr. Garfield's
statement by interpolating the word
"many" in the last sentence of the quo
tations made by him as follows :
"If these salsries are to remain raised.
there is a certain inequality in allowing
others to remain where they are. I do
not know whether this particular amend'
ment ought to pass or not"
"If these salaries are to remain raised,
then there are a large number of persons
in the employ meat of this House, whose
salaries should also ne raiseo."
"I insist that we should do one of two
thines: we mUBt either level them all
uo. or else leave them where they were.
We caimot justly raise the salaries lfAicA
have already oeen raised wunoui raising
themd now proposed, and many others.
The quotstions were probably made
partly from memory. Is the spirit of
Mr. Garfield's remarks changed if the
word "many" was inadvertently put
in T Let us see. Without the word
many" It would read "and others,"
and might mean a few others, many oth
ers, or all others. - Which did Mr. Gar
field mean? If we look at the proceed
ing quotation we find the same senti
ment expressed in different words. "If
these salaries are to remain raised then
there are a large number of persons In
the employment of the House whose
salaries should also be raised." . Will
the learned gentleman please explain
the aHflference between 'a large number
and 'many V Will he get his Noah Web
ster and his computation tables, snd in
his wisdom cypher it out The position
of "Constituent" was, that Mr. Garfield
did oppose the increase of salaries of
these laborers, but that he opposed that
increase saying, that he did not know
whether they ought to be Increased or
not ; and If these salsries remained In
creased there should be an Increase of
The next charge is, that "Constituent"
erred in saying the $7,500 amendment
was lost in the House by a vote of 121 to
69, which was the lsat vote npon that
amendment taken in the Mouse before
the meeting of the Conference, Commit
tee. - Mr. "L" says there were two more
votes taken in the House npon this very
amendment, as ary one acquainted with
parliamentary proceedings will readily
perceive. No one will doubt Mr. L's"
extensive knowledge npon parliaments
ry proceedings or upon any other sub
ject, and be is so far in advance of all
other mortals that be can perhaps read
ily perceive what be claims but to or
dinary men it is difficult to perceive
how a vote can be taken upon any
amendment before that amendment
comes before the House. And Mr. Gar
field's history tells us that immediately
upon the salary amendment coming
again before the House, Mr. Seargent
moved to strike out the $7,500 and insert
$6,500, vhich was adopted without a divis
ion. We therefore leave Mr. "L" but
ting his learned head against Mr. Gar
field's history, which he will probably
demolish from "stem to stern."
The next point npon whli-h he takes
Constituent" to task Is npon Mr. Gar
field's assertion that in most cases the
increase is proper and onght to be made.
The learned gentlemen says "the salary
Increase amendment upon which at thl
"time the debate was being had, covered
"the administrative and judiciary
"branches of the government together
with their atttacbees as well as the Leg'
lslative ; that the most cases spplied to
"that Increase otAer than congressmen
"snd that Mr. Garfield was not advoca
ting a bill for his colleagues excluslve-
ay." Now while "Constituent" and
himself may be slightly at variance on
the question for whose benefit Mr. Gar
field was advocating this bill, there is
fortunately one point on which they
agree, and which by the concurrence of
the learned gentlemen is forever put at
rest And that is, that Mr. Garfield did
advocate the bill for the benefit or some
body. And while the. extraordinary
learning of the gentleman may enable
him to see how the term "most ' cases"
pplied to that increase only as to others
than congressmen, it is impossible for
ordinary men to see it in that light,
when in the ssme breath Mr. Garfield
says, "it Is not plunder unless gentle
men here, (that is in Congress) cocsidsr
themselves not deserving of the pro
posed pay." The learned gentleman has
also discovered that contract and eleotion
are not convertable terms. I did not
suppose any one ever thought they
were. There is a position to be filled
for which the compensation is a fixed
sum. mere are a aoaen applicants for
titf petition all knowing the compensa
tion and all oom petes. to tf II the place.
We select one and send the rest away.
the fixed compensation the contract
price, or not? And is not the man who
thus takes the position whioh all other
competitors were willing to take at that
price, both morally and legally bound
by that price T We do not dispute the
power of legislators to make laws. They
can make unjust and dishonest laws if
thsy see fit ; they can make laws to in
crease their own compensation to 10,
000, $50,000 or f 100,000 per year if they
see fit But doe that make it right to t4
dot The learned gentleman has forgot
ten to say anything upon that point
while it was because Mr. Garfield ro ted
for and advocated that increase in total
disregard of right and in shameful
abuse of the power that was delegated
to him, and then cowardly endeavored
to deny and hide himself from bis own
sots, that he failed to meet the approba
tion or . UXK OF HIS UONSTITUESTS,
Ed. Chronicle: Work in the
mines goes on daily, and the traces
of the Tate strike appear almost ob
Two of our prominent townsmen,
Dr. Walker aud W. B. Leslie, have
been very sics: for several weeks. The
Doctor is mending slowly and we no
tice with pleasure Ills appearance on
tne street, supported on his cane. Air.
Leslie is yet quite low, and bis recov
ery is considered doubtlul. His dis
ease is supposed to be cancer of the
The Good Templars of Church Hill
held an open meeting Saturday night
which was attended by the whole vil
lage. - Songs, recitations and speeches
were the order of the evening. The
meeting was graced by two young la
dies from Pittsburgh, Misses Green
and Davis, whose songs and instru
mental performances added greatly
to the attractions of the evening.
Several new buildings are iu course
of erection, and tbe village grows
large and beautiful. Mr. Zen as Kline
contemplates the erection of a mag
nificent temperance hotel in the near
Mr. Robert Patterson, a teacher at
the Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Co
lumbus, whose parents reside at
Church Hill, hss returned home after
vacation, and is enjoying bunseif in
the " rural districts " after the long
confinement in Co'umbus. Mr. Pat
terson is a young man of line attain
ments. He lost bis bearing when be
was eisbt years of age, when bis par
ents, wno.aiinougn poor rulneia. sent
him to tbe Deaf and Dumb Institute
at Washington, D. C. where be grad
uated with high honors aud secured
tbe appointment of teacher at Colum
The workingmen are beginning to
agitate the question of presenting one
of their number as a proper per.tou to
represent Trumbull county at coium
bus next winter, and they will proba
bly bold a large convention soon to
consider the propriety of urging tbe
republicans to take up a representa
tive working man at the County Con
Among tbe things ssved by those of
the Polaris expedition who were rescued
from the ice, was the writing detk of
Capt Hall, whiuh has been delivered to
the Secretary of the Navy. It was found
to contain a dispatch from Capt Hall to
tbe Secretary, written on Oct 20, in lati
tude 82 degrees 2 seconds north, aud Ion
gttude 61 degrees, 20 seconds west In
regard to the climate, the dispatch says;
We find this a much warmer country
than we expected. From Cape Alexan
der the mountains on either side of
Esnnedy channel and Robinson strait
were found entirely bare of snow, and
with tbe exception of a glacier that we
saw, commencing in latitude 80 degrees
20 minutes north, on the east side of the
strait and extending in a north-east di
rection as fur as can be seen from the
mountains by Polaris bay, . wo. ibund
that the country abounds with live seals,
game, geese auu uuca, miun came, rao
bits, wolves, foxes, bears, natridires
lennings, etc." Our sailors, have shot
two teals in the open waters. 'While at
this encampment, our long Arctic night
commenced, October 13th, having only
at the upper limb of the sun above the
glazier at meridian. v -j.
"This dispatch to the Secretary of tbe
ravy I finish at this moment, 8:23 P,
having written it in ink, ui our snow
hut: thermometer outside minus 7
Yesterday the thermometer wss in i mis
20 to 30, that is 20 minus to 23 minus
fahrenhtit. .A copy of this dispatch
was Disced in a niilar at Breevoort cane.
October zi, il , -
Mr. J. M. Osbbrn. General Freitrlit
Agent, announces that tbe A. & G. V.
will nerealter run ensese cars on tueir
fast trains, to connect at Salamanca
with the cheese express trains on tbe
Erie Hallway. The large and rapidly
increasing dairy interests of this
county, and ebewbere along tbe
A. & G. W.-wIll appreciate this con
venience. Cheese shippers are re
quested to notify tbe statiuu agent
twenty-fours in advance of their
intention to ship, that no delays may
occur. Jamestown (iT. T.) Journal. .
The grasshoppers are slo wlyy work
ing their way noth ward from Texas.
Many of them are so fat now that
they can neither fly nor walk long at
a time, and are compelled to take the
cars at frequent intervals. .' . , .. .. ;
I wonld announce that I will be a candi
date for the office of County Treasurer, sub
ject to a decision of the dominating Con
vention. That I served in the army during
the war of tbe Bebellion for over our ytart;
two years and eight months of that time as
a private toUUer 1 n "K." Co. of the 6th O. V.
Cavalry; then, on an examination before
Gen. Casey's Board, was promoted toa Cap
lain in the 100th V. S. C. Troops. That I
shall stay at home and attend to ray busi
ness, spending no time In caavasslng the
county. Rally to the support of tbe veteran.
Capt. C. r-. LYMAN.
Mesopotamia, 0 JanelO, 1873-t. e.
Ed. Chroniclk r Please announce the
same of K. W. BOS WORTH, as a candidate
for tha otfioe ot County Treasurer, and
oblige Mast Votes.
June 18, 1873-t r.
Chubch Hill, (X, June U, 1873.
Ed. CHROlfina: You will please an
nounce tbe name of T. W. CASE, Esq., of
Liberty.as a candidate for nomination for
County Treasurer, subject to tbe action or
the Republican Convention to be called for
nomination of county olhoers, and obi lge his
many friends. Voter.
Marriage Notices inserted Gratis.
In Cleveland, on Wednesday evenlngjnne
llitb, by the Rev. Dr. McLaren, Rector of
Trinity church, JESSE P. PANCOAST.to
ANNIE H. SMITH, both of that city.
On the 22d of May, by the Rev. Mr. Shorts,
Mr. JAMEs MKAD, of Nlles, Ohio, to Miss
MAGGIE C. HERST, of Bracevllle.
In Champion, on the 19th lnst. by Edward
Pierce, Mr. DAVID MOOR, or Dearneld,
Portage County, Ohio, to Miss SUSAN
H0Z.M3, of tbe former place.
In Colebrook. on the 17th -lnst., by Elder E.
Wakefield, Mr. THEODOKK W. PERRY,
-and Miss HENRIETTA 8. THOMPSON. .
On the 22d of June, 1873, by Eld. N. N. Bart-
jeit, ai nis resiuence in itues, uuio,
Mr. THOMPSON. O. 8TEIGLEMAN. and
Miss ALICE R. McELROY, all of NUus,
Ohio. ; : : : ... -. ,
In Glrard, O.. June Uth.by Rev.Tbos.Guy,
Mr, WILLIAM F. ALLISON and Miss
MARGARET A. BIXLER, all of Glrard.
T 1ST OF LETTERS
Ij Unclaimed, remaining in the Warren
Post Office, Tuesday, June 21, 1873. '
Bysecker P 3 ' ' Garno Wm A.
Baker Mrs Betsey - Hamilton Mrs Jane
ueii juiss mary ,- uurst aiiss Cornells
BeemanMiss Ann EJonea Prof B. T
Booth by N Co ' James Mrs NJ
Boone Miss Jennie Miller Andrew '
Bowen Miss Villa Moore W H
Burns Mrs Mary R MrKinzle Miss Mary
Blackburn B T Pluney Mrs Geo
Corbett P B Sieaeraves Henry
Curtis Miss Jennie Stevens WmJ
Doyle Nicholas Schandell Geo! j
Gardner Jas (barbcr)Smitb Mrs C II
Those marked with a star are foreign. -Persons
wlshlnir to obtain the above, will
plW to coifc W adsuitUtia iiivtei.
If not called for In is) days wiU ba sent to
dead letter office.
Office noors. 7-80 A M., to 7-30 P.- M.
a- Money sent witbouldanger or lasa.
Rates of commissions charged for money
On orders not exeedlcgliu..U9 tU..
Overl 10 and not exceeding so " , nmu
Over t'JO aud not exceeding , r, , , I els.
Over and not exceeding .-frv , . 'Vl cts.
Over40 and not exceeding 60 ...25 cU. :
AS single aruer wsuea lOTmore man sou,
. , E, R..-WLSE, P. M..
ESTATE ofEbenezeVR. BcovilTe,
de j-d; "The nn?ers!sned has been duly
tuauuiM ui r.jsomn on
tbe esiate of I
1 lieutiu-r H. fccoviiitt, dix'd
late of Trumbull Co.. uhlo.
11 A RKI ET n. SCOVILLE.
Batetta, June 1873. Sw'
GREAT .. ' . ,
TEN !d AY SALE
GOODS TO BE SOLD.
Extraordinary Bargains !
ON OR ABOUT JULY 1st, 1873,
J I propose to Remove from my present
'o. 45 Federal SU, Pain's Sew Store,
NEAR THE POST OFFICE.
Wishing to reduce my stock aa much as
possiuie Defnre removal, I will oner lor
the next 10 days the balance of my
Elegant Stock, of
SILKS. LACES, RIBBONS,
Ladies Ready Made Suits,
250OYard8 Fine Madder Printswhole pieces
Kb uc? worut kc iy uie rase.
3XK) Yards Elogant Style Prints. 7c; worth
10c. by the rase.
3uuu Yards Best Prints made, at lie.; worth
10,txe Yardi Blenched and Brown Sheetings
at iuc, ana Lie., worm 1::;4 aua ibc.
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas,
Bleached A Brown Cottons, Ac, Ac , at New
York coat, whioh will allord customers an
opportunity of supplying tbeir wants with
the class of goods named , at prices that wil
AVERAGE FROM 25 te 40 PER CT.
less than they can bny tbe same qualities
of any other dealer or dealers la this Sec
tion of tbe Country. Those Interested wilt
do weU to call as early as possible and make
ineir selections lor I lie assort l-lenl is now
belter loan It will be a few days benee.
D. S. WELD,
Buscessor to Weld Mnrtln. Great Broad
way 8t ore, Corner Federal Kt, and Pnblic
aimare. . . xuuriosiy uuio.
Phllo Metcham and Tlenry L. Bnrn
Luiu. late partners. plfTW. vs. JoseDh Clarev
deiu Before Charles Fitch, J. P., Kinsman
Townsblp. Trumbull County.
Un the 13th day of June, lsT3 said Justice
issued an order oi attachment in tne above
entitled case for tbe sum of sixty-two aud
40-luo dollars, tsaid cause Is set for bearing
on tne ven aay oi August i7. at 1 o'clock.
p. m., oi mat u ay. 1-milu M bAUMA M.
Kinsman, June 25, 1STS-31
PaBKEB, Attorney at Law,
Office over Kirk A Chrlstv's store.
June 25, 157S-mo
Western Reserve College
A ND PREPARATORY SCHOOL
XxHodsoo. O. Instruction wholly by per-
uiueuh rroiewun. for miaiogues or !
lormauon. aauress tne rresidenu
June ai, loTi-i mo.
T EGAL NOTICE.
LjHsuDRh McKlbben, who resides In the
butie oi lows, Maria J. Dull, Cornelia J.
Dull, children of Casper Dull, who reside
in inuiana, moan mill, William w. Harri
ett, Daniel, John, Sarah E. Mary J. and
Dora Dull, children of Noah Dull, who re
side in Crawford County, Penua.. Calvin
II ii r ..iti fW 1 1 Tni.nn L'l I 1 1 .. .
McDowell and Emily, his wife, children of
zucuara n. xiutaon, ueceasea. Auren Liut-
soa, ary Ann ruiaand her Husband. Au
gusta R. Hutson. Avers Hulson and Lorin.
da Butson, children of Jobn Hutson, de
ceased, and Jana Miller, whose place of res-
luencu is nnsnown: . ,
Will take notice that T. I. GlUmer aa
mlnistrator with the will annexed of Ta
mer i.inn, deceased, on tbe 3th day of
Jane. A. D. itfli. Hied bis petition ta the
Probate Court wlibln and for the County of
i luiuijuu -iiu niwic ii win.., alleging tnat
ut wciwuai t- l u i oi saiu ueceasea is In
sufficient to pay the debts and legacies ni
the charges of administering her estate.
That she died seized In fee simple of tbe
juiiowiog aeserioea real estate situate la
said couuly to wit : Bounded on tha west
uy me centre oi tue west orancn or tne Ma
honing River, on the south by land of Geo.
Scbwllley. Horace and Marvin Allen, md
Henry Taylor-, on the east by the centre of
toe uiguway .leading irom new ton rails to
Kale Creek, snd on Ihe north by Quarry
street, and contains about seventy (7u;acre
of land, be the same more or less.
Also, tbe following lots sltnate in the vil
lage of Newton Falls. Couulv and kii
aforesaid, and known as sub-divisions I, 2.
. .u-i i Aisua .1 1.UK U1.J pieOB. All OI
saiu ious in great lot sixty-tnree (ii; and
contains about one-fourth of an acre eaoh.
For a more particular descrlDtion of uid
lots as to size aud position, jee mapof New
ton Falls, recorded June it. us;.
Ihe prayer of said petition is for a sale of
uu premises lor tne mvment or debt
legacies and charges aforesaid. Said peti
tion will be for heariua-on the 28th dav or
July, A. Ii. 1X78, or as soon thereafter as
leave ean be obtained.
1 HOMAH I. OILLMER, Adm'r
witu toe win annexed or weiusiateof Ta
mer i.inn, uec o.
Newton Falls. June 19. 1873. 4w.
' A TTACHMEXT.
JXSheldon O. Morford. Plt'n. vs. Joseph
ciarey, uei h. jsejore manes riien, j. f.
Kinsman township. Ttumbull county. O.
On I he eleventh dav of June: UTS. said
Justice Issued an order of attachment In
ililsactton for the sum of tbrrty-elgbt and
82-1UJ dollars; and said cause Is set for bear.
lng? on the second day of August,' 1873, at
ten o ciuc in tue iorenoon oi turn aay.
HULL LHJ K. 310ttr01lD.
Kinsman, O., June 25. 187VSI
Aaron Hlbler. vs. Robert Plater.
lie lore Alexander King, Justice of the
Peace. Iu and tor Hubbard Townshln.Trum
bull county, and State of Ohio. On the'JBth
day of May, A. D. 18:3, aald Justice Issued
an -order of Attachment for S&.2s. said
action lsset for hearing on the lakh day of
.juiy, a. u. Laa, at v o ciuck. a. m.
. AARON HIBLER.
June 25, 1873 3t
JLO. T. Hobert. T. a Hobert. and D.
Ili.oert. PUlTa. vs. Joseoh Olnrv. Heft-
Before E. A. Reed, J. P. of Vernon town
ship, Trumbull county. Ohio.
On the httb day of Juue, A. D. 1S78, said
Justice issued an order of attachment In
the above action for tbe sum of one hun
dred and lwentv-one 23-luv dollars. Bald
Attachment and snmmuns was returnable
June 17th at ten O'clock, a. m. Cause con
tinued till 28lh July, 1873. at :u o'clock. a.m.
u. i. iiuhi-.ki, and otnera.
N. G. Hyde, Atfy for Plt'tU. , ;
June 25, 1872-31
-FRIXCE ALTIIA, LTO
BREEDERS OF SHOUT fiOESS,
PLEASE NOTICE. '
PURCHASED RECENTLY" BY
J. F. King, of Howland, o.. and now on
bis farm. The following pedigree is from
the American Herd book :
Red. Bred bv CoL W. 8. Klne. of Mln
nea polls, Minn. Calved Jan. 18, 1871; got by
lim iiuKe oi 'i nornaate, ooit.
1st Dam. Maid of Altha, by Prior 7175
Dam, Maid of Altha, by Prior,
do Lira Losaa, by Capllna
2d do Lisa Losaa.by C'apllns(ll2IO)
do By Duke or Wellluxton... . (3o.il)
do Countesa nth, by booaparte273
do Couuless lM. by Leopold . Jfi
do Countess 1st, by son of Comet (l&)
Princess by fancaster . (:1no
Golden Pippin, by Nafta ttaro4
by Favorite. , ,., , (Ii!)
by Favorite )
by ' Favorli e . (2S.-)
by Hubuack .,81H)
Duka of Thorndala, 6611, bred b;
Samuel Thorn (a pure Duke)
1 Thorn la Dure Dukel ac
Duke of Thorndale, out at 3d Duchess of
Thorndale- bv Duke of Gkaster flltti).
MAID OF ALTHA. was one of the herd
which won the ' Prince of Wales Prize, " at
the Provincial Show at Hamilton. Ontario,
September, lx and the "Gold Medal for
the total Herd." at tbe New York State
Fair, held at Rochester, 181-and in ber nrst
Class in Montreal, aua at itocae-ter won
second Dnze Rosendsle wlnnlne the nrt:
and was ene of the Prlae Herd at St. Loals,
Prior got by TheTrlest, CM, dam, Fanny,
Captain, got by Lamartlne. (11660) dam,
Clara, by M ulch less ().
TOTICE. : ' ' ' :
Xl The State of Ohio, Ev. Rel. Att'y Gen.,
VS. rpuasyiysuia auu umu vuuai tu.
Notloels hereby given thai the under
signed have been appointed by the Su
preme Court of the SLateof Ohio, Trustees
of the creditors and stockholders of the
Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal Company.
which corporation is now dissolved, and of
all and singular tbe foods, chattels, rights,
credits and enacts, real and personal, of
said com p:iny, aud have duly qnalilled as
such, persons having claims against said
company will present tbe same to tbe un
dersigned within ninety days from tlia datj
harpof. dul cbUiueil, wo all jpvrsons will
be held responsible for any illegal Inter
ference with tbe property or rights of aald
corporation. -. "'
. SAMCF.L QUINBY, Warren.
A. C. VORLS, Akron.
June25, ti4t- " - -Trustees.
Self-Fastening and Adjustable
bed spkings :;
Moke the most perfect spring-bed in use.
to 5 dozen In a set. They are complete In
themselves, and can be applied In a few
rr.oiiionts toany slat Eed-ttetd. FLISlf,
puUui.inid' Viui.uisotumr, tor. H. Water
uud Cnuruplaln Sis.. Cleveland, Ohio.
Eastern Branch 21S S. 2nd St.. Pbiladel phla.
Sealed proposals will be received by
lue Clerk of special school district of Min
eral Ridge, Trumbull eouDty. Ohio, for tbe
building of a two-story brick School House
60 feet by , according to plans and S; ed
ucations wbleh can be seen by calling on
C. F. Whitney, Olerk of said Dla. Each
uiu mnn contain ids name oi everx per
son Interested In tbe same, and accompa
nied by a sufficient guarantee of some dis
interested person that If tbe bid Is accept
ed a contract will be entered into and the
performance of it properly secured. Tbe
bids for both labor and material, each must
be specially stated with the price thereof.-
Tbe board reserve the right of accepting or
rejecting any or all bids. Bids will be re
ceived until 12 o'elosk at noon of July ML
1ST3. By orderof Bchool Boanl.
June 25, 1873. 4t C, F. WHITNEY.
will sell at nrtvate sale, tha en tint
slock of Groceries belonging to the estate
of J. B. Dunlap, dee d. Will slso rent the
store room for a term of years. This Is one
of the best locations for a grocery store In
Ihe county; has an old and well established
trade. B W. RATL1FF,
WRIGHT & RAINKIIV,
MA XUFA CTC&ER3 OF
Portable & Stationary
Saw Mills and Eugines,
HAVING receotly added some first
:lasa machinery to our works, and pos
sessing the advantages of long experience
in tne business, we do not nesitate in war
ranting to all who may patronize our trade,
fl rut-class work, and general satisfaction.
Our Saw-Mills, Carriages and Engines, are
or late improved designs, simple iu struc
ture, very eon venien t and effective In opera
tion. All work In tbe machine Une Intrust
ed to us will receive
Particular attention also given to "
Repairing "and , Job Work.
Works west side of river, opposite Court
House, . . . ; WARREN, OHIO.
May21,lS73-tf . ....
fMTipnn Bkioo AuBVAirroa Is coza
l.UAiillU i posed of Ammonia,. Chloro
form, Spirits of Camphor, Tlnctnre of Ln
puline. Oil of Juniper, and Alcohol. This
compound Is nnequaled In the annals of
medicine for the cure of Nervous or Sick
Headache, Neuralgia, Trembling and
Twitching of the Nerves, and all Nervous
Diseases. It will counteract alt poisons.
uauiau piiiipit3nBour0scaiy eruption, 1KQ
lng, humors, Ac ; it equalizes the circula
tion. Invigorates theeystera. lucres sea the
action of the Jieart, without exciting tbe
brain, cures Heartburn. Palpitation and
Flattering of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Ac
Biiggs' Allevantor absolutely possesses
more curative properties than any other
preparation. Physicians, chemists, and
others are requested to examine and test
tbla remedy, and 1 1 .008 will be paid If luand
uiuereot irora representation.
fniTTI? I Much has been said andwrtt
vULUili) I ten. acd many remedies have
wwn uuerea lor toe reuei ana
cure of throat and lnug diseases; but noth
ing nas oeen so eminently successful, or
obtained sues a wide celebrity, as Briggs'
a mm mhi i.uu sxeaier, -
have been a terror to mankind for
centuries, and almost everv st-
ttimtlt tooDf A UMHn huhMm rnfflMl
Hy unceasing study andexperimentlng.Dr.
Briggs has discovered aa absolute cure for
internal, bleeding, external, and itching
piles. Briggs' Pile Remedies are mildafe,
I The excruciating pain produced
I by Corn, and uuceasing twlng-
ug inxn uunioiia, tne piercing,
distressing pain from Ingrowing Nails, ean
not be desoribea.- Thousands infTttr. - not
knowing there is a cure. Briggs' Corn and
Bunion Remedies are no acid or potash
compounds, but are reliable, soothing, and
effectual, and justly merit thesucrexs tbey
have earned from an appreciative pobllc
The Curative is a healing ointment; Imme
diate relief Is obtained by its application,
and it will positively care tbe worst eases
ui resterea corns, inhumed and Ulcerated
Bunions, and sorest Insten. the I arrest and
severest Blisters, the most extensive Cal
losities on the soles or hee s of the feet, nn-
eqaaiau la thecure of Chilblains or Frosted
reel. The Alleviator for ordinsry corns
and preventing their formation Is abso
lutely unexcelled by any tblugeverknowu.
ask lor criggs' remedies. Take no otber.
Trade supplied by Wm. Hapgood. drug
gist, warren. O. Hold by Mrs. S. C Wilson
Tirueeist. Mineral Rhine, ohf A AvilnlotL
J. A. Kumsey, Obltown; J. H. Fltefc A Co.,
Ausuntown. lainoun nam-iimi. west
Anstintown. H. H. Pierce. Bristol: H. Har
rington. Greensbureb: V. I. Latimer. Rook
Creek, ''Merchants," and dealers generally .
June 23, toil. ..: . , . . .
rpHIS INSTITUTIOX, IN CON-
I necilon with the Commercial and Eng
lish Liepartments. is soon toopeu a Musical
Department where all students can takes
thorough eoorse la vocal and Instrumen
tal music without extra charge. Send for
circular and spscimen of penmanship. Ad
dress. . A. W. SMITH. -.
June 25, 1&7J , .Meadville, Fa.
STATE or Tamor IJnn, dec'd.--The
undersigned hss been appointed
; nnalifled as Administrator, with the
will annexed, of the estata of Tamor Linn
late of Newton Falls. Irumouii county. u
dee'd. T. I. GILLMEK.
Newton Falls, June II, ls3-3t
B. WOR8WICX. itn
8ESD FOB FBICS LIST. .;
WOKSWIOK & LEWIS,
CLEVELAND BRASS&PtPE WORKS.
Cor. Mtrwla sad Center Sts Clerslss. 0..'
Vanumctnrers of and Dealers In ItrouoM
Iron Pipe, Iron FiUtngs and iiross Goods, for
ateam, w ater, uas anu un. vameron eteain
and Eureka Haud Pumps. All kinds el
Steam and Gaa Oiling tools constantly on
han.l in 1. ' . IkTVlw
Tks Xertkeni Psrlsr Bsllrest Cssissnv ksv.
ss seUrsiiars U sitae IIS J:S0 First Bertsc
iU Less at an aggeegate not exceeding
thirty million dollars, and thereafter to
pay no higher rate of Interest than s per
cent, on lurtner issne oi its Donas, w umf-
ted remoindsr of the! 3-10 loan is nf oeutu
aupoird oi tnrongn tne usual agencies.
As Uiebonds of this Issue are made re
ceivable In payment fur tbe Company'
lands at I 10, tbey aie In constant and in
creasing demand for this purpose, and will
continue to be after tbe loan Is closed
fact which mueh enhances their value and
attractiveness as an Investment.
The Company haa more thaniov mile of
a road ouut ana in operation, nas earned
title to nearly ten million acres of Its land
grant, and sales or land have tbasraraver-as-ed
15 st Der acre. '
All marketable securities are received In
exchange for Northern PaclUcs an most
JAY COOKE & CO.,
Financial Agent Northern Paclflo R. R. Co.
. J. BATE Co., liaukers, Cleveland,
,1 (Successors to J, V, Painter j .
! General Agent for Ohio.. k '
i . - . .,.
, For Sale In Warren, by . , . ,,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.. , . ;
TRUMBLL NATIONAL BANK.
T. J. M'LAIN BON.
June 25, ls73.-3m. a. o. w.
COXPLF.TE BOOK STOKE.
NGHAM, CLARK & CO.,
Several rnoussnu cnoice vommea in
everv branch of literature.
8UNI1AY SCHOOL BOO KH-r
Twenty tnousana voiumea or gooa dooks
ssUcted for As purpose.
MEDICAL BOOKS : -.
A fuU valety. j,, ,;...!
Kvery uiins nsea in oommon practite. ;
MUSIC BOOKS .
For tbe Choir, congregation, T. il. u. A,
and new Church tnaslc
Wa buy editions or all tne new ones.. .
SCHOOL BOOKS p
luvexyinng nseo m Qriperrt uuio. uea
lers supplied at wuulesald rates. -
An extensive assortment.
6TATTONERY : -- - . j- . '
All kinds at wholesale and retail.
Ol every description .. :
j For any Book Published, Address , .v
NGHAM, pLABK , & CQ
217 Superioi bt,: Cleveland, O. .
June IS, ls7S-3mo. -.
NEW SPRING & summER
XHE SUBSCRIBER IS OPEN
ING his nsual stork ofSPS.VG AUD
VMBR GOODS, which comprise a full
Staple St Fancy Dry Goods,
BOOTS ft SHOES,
. JPAPER nASGISGS.
SHADES & SHADE HOLLANDS,
COIR A CANTOS JIATTIXGS,
CARPXTS, LACS CUB TA 1X8, fe, A
t 7 BPECIALTT. - ' -
nie stock has been booeht for cash, since
the decline in prices, and we feel eoofldent
that we ean o tier our patrons attractive and
desirable gooes at prices tbat cannot fall to
pieases country produce taken for cash as
nsual. A. WENTZ.
Warren, O., April 7. 1S7S.
TIMBER LAND FOR SALE
"IVTrNETY acres of ooon
JLN White Oak Timber, situate about half
way between jues and Ausuntown. and on
tbe road, and was formerly known as the
Webb farm. Will be sold In one tract or in
subdivisions of about twenty acres. En
quire Of ISAAC HOLFOKD Agent,
June U, lS73.3m ... . at Nlles, O,
fctXXEE AEJUSCilEJT, XAJ Sg, ISTS.
Atlantic & Great Western
THE GREAT BROAD ilAtGE ROUTE
THE EAST AND THfc WEST,
- TIMK EASTWARD;
STATIONS. Ho. 1 I He. 12.. Ha. t,
Warren ... I(W3 r. X. 8.-S7 a, at. t: A.x
Meadville riloA. it. 11:1S a: . itlOp. a
Corry 2:10 135 r. . 2 S5 "
Jamestown. XII '" 1:30 tuo "
8alamsnca &U0 " S.00 " 4:45
ARRIVE. ' '
HornersvUle 7:5S - &4S
Cornlng :U. x. 7ri "
Elmira 16:10 - 7:M . '
Bingham ton 12KHF. at. 10-(5 p. at.
New York 7: 2S fe a n.
Albany fc &
Blngbam'n 5:50a, a. ' 5:20 r. at.
New York 1:9) P.M. 1;50 : -
STATIONS. Is. I. Ie.1. J 9a. i.
LEAT1V " " Ti
Warren 4:48 A- St. fcl3 r. K. h 17 p. at
LeavltUb'g. 5tC2 - SM " I:3S "
Akron t:I7 - 7:17 '
Msnsflsld HO - 10:2 '
Gallon 10c : " 11,-is , r
Urban a b& p. n, L-5i A. M.
Day loa . 40 " tz-ii "
Clncinnall . 4:55 . " 6:00 .
Iuiavilie. ll.uu - 14'i0 --a ,
bU Louis.. I:4 A.M. KM F. M. u.
Kansas City :5J p.m. 11.-1 A. K. .
Cteveland..- fcJl A.Xj 7:35 p. M. luO P. M.
Toledo lfciO - U:i5 .
CbloageL i a.-s p.m. XMa.m.1 ...
Milwaukee. 12:40 a.m. l toO p, m. :
Ooiaiia-. ItkSJ p. m. fcaS A M. I
Trains No. 8 and hi on mala Una acd
MabooiDK Division ran dally.
- Palace HleeDlne Coaebes on train t from
Cleveland to HornersvUle, and from Clncl-
natl to HornersvUle. Also on train 1 from
Hornersvllia to Cincinnati and Cleveland.
Oa trains i and in Palace-Sleeping Coaches
will barsus batweect-CJneiniiati and New
Train run by Colnmbnatlme. wbleb Is
even mlnutea aisterthan dBcsaail time
and S mlnutea slower than Erie R. It-tlme.
W. B. SHATTUO
Geo'l Passenger and Tacked Agent, Mead
R.E. O'BRIEN Ass'tGeau Bnnt. A Chief
Engineer. Meadville, Pa. ...
H.' Co well & Co.,
Have the agency for the celebrated
WATCH MANS TIME DETECTOR.'
For the parpose of telllsg . whether your
watchman lioes, hht dnty or not. - Our
: v -- ' , movemeht Is the , ' '
and every machine is
t jj;i : . !.... . lb every respect. - ,. , ,
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H- COWELL & CO-
i ". '. ' 127 Bank Street,
Jnnell-t. - CLEVELAND, O.
No. 10 Market St. "Warren,0.,
Having received a full line of goods la his
line would call special attention to the
tARGE , ASSORTMENT :
and good quality oi varioua kinds, at re
''' markable ,
. and if yoo want good bargains.
o.A.XsXa .Tsrxy tauisj
FOE YOURSELVES. '.
May , 1878.
STEWART 873 ST0YS
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FULLER, WARREN & CO.,
. SOBIier Stret,
C EVELAND, OHIO.
Enquire of STOVE DEALERS In Warren.
Bead for circulars. --i -
Drennen & Goist,
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Carriages; Buggies,' Wagons,
.Sleighs & SpopiCfltloa,
Orders for any kind of vehicle respectful
ly sollceled. Painiiug, Trimming and Re
pairing done with Neatness aud Di&palcb.
Jane Is. ISTJ. i .
. Leavenworth, Lawrence
GALVESTON R. R. CO.
Having now received their Pstentoln full
from the Government, placed In market
400,000 Acres of Magnificent
LA 3NT I S,
granted In aid of their Road by the United
States, a large portion of which baa been
RESERVED FROM PUBLIC SALBaiXCX
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These lands are alreaddy traversed by two
railroads, and tbe even sections bavlog
been settled for many years, numer
ous villages and railroad sta
lions sdord a ready market
for farm prod nets, and the advantages of
churches, schools and sutres. The Com
pany offers Its landaat moderate
ngurea, on long time, and at low
rates of interest.
SALUBRJ0C3 CLIMATE, PCRE WATER
AND FERTILE SOIL,
renders these lands the moat desirable of
any now offering in America.
Two trains dally leave Leavenworth
Lawrence and Kansas city, for all point
oa the .
; LL.& G. R.R. LINE.
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muu ,)utujB wna m piacea on sale
and to parties purchasing lands the cost
of same will be refunded. For further par
ticulars apply to JOHN W. dOon.
uwu voin., manure, nan., or L. 14 U.
R. R. Co. , Lawrence, Ksn.
April 30, W7J-ltw.
Settlements Ordered to be Advertised.
IT 13 ORDERED THAT THE FOLLOW
lng accounts of Executors, Admlnistra
frs and Guardians, which have been hied
In this Court, be advertised for four con
secutive weeks, according to law, and that
they remain on nie for Inspection and ex
ceptions, until the lOih dayof July A. D.
le.3. when tu.y will be 'examined and
?herSol!o-wTr:ra-,rUO ceP"" PP
Chas Board m an. deed, nal aetlem't of ExT
Latber Ive : - no do
Eliza H DeWolf
do - io .
do j :do -do
tie . do
do ' do -sli
Owen Rieo , ;
Jm R Wllm -David
Mary Bowen .
fbllo Tbompson .
do - do
Byiveater Merxians, do part do :
Jacob Powers -do - do-'
Gideon Fuasesmaa. do do
Fred'kLlalt . do do '
Reoecea Hawley do fln'l do
Richard l.l.iiugi do do -
WmJHaigtt do do
Levi Lush man. do
llpsoa Butuei - ' do
Harriet W Walker do
Robert .Kerli.sh do
Wvtrd B nut do
Wm AGUlis do
Luther J Thompson. Uo
Orrln B Seagur
Augustin N Brown do part'l do
1 l ICl
Benjamin A rues
fln'l da .
' do '
Penrose E Uaight . do
Lona King do
Myron D McKorkel,
eu si. do
G W..JS.M EDT.
Geo H Barnes do
Zenas Fusselman do
El aula Leppee - JO
Eliza Mellish ""do
Martin Coleman . tlo.
Catharine Dav ia 1 do . ' uo
BeM Galieecie J SiK.tt4a ti'
James wa.Ker do do
Lucy 9 Golst do do '
Wm r Riker - do parti do "
AJ..CE..4B8. . . .
Honttfr - do ' '
Mary Powell ' do
Amelia Hack do
AEtOH Heint- "
las f K Msckev 1 do-
Justus A Ida Newell, do , ;
ueorge ueit uo
Mary Bowen . . .do .
8 A. ACAJ Raualla.do ' '-
Jno Walters, vt. al. do
Frank A Rate , do
Jas C Patterson do
Frank H Minur do
George Kiog, Luna lie.
EsosHake do fln'l
John Croy. Insane, do
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June If, fS73-4t ' Probate Judge.
Ti TT1T Cgg TtT
EIG11TEEXTI1 YEAR OF THE BUCKEYE Ii1 THIS MESET,
AND IX THIS TIME MORE OF THEM HAVE BEEX SOLO
than all others combined, for which we ean at once furnish any and all Repairs for
auy and all of tHem. from the oldest down, and In tne same time lends iclilns
which have gone up. Companies failed and quK manufacturing. Uie following: Moor
Manna; Mccormioa ; Ketchnm; Kir by; New Yorker; Union; FisUor. Jaj Habbardc
Cayuga Chief; Clipper, Quaker; Tinker Ball; Climax: Pennsylvania Harvester, Acme;
and only Repairs to be found for a very few of tha same: bene ao dluerenee bow goo
y our Mower is, yoo will be compelled to buy a new one in consequenee of Isis. J ,
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Parties buying a Mower of ns will not have to si gn an order, as some man now selling
some other Mowers require, whose Machines ore aa much behind thetlnteaaa
their ear Is behind tbeir Machine, and the only way they ean hold) man
Is to get them to sign an order to try tbe Machine and the same or- . (
der will hold yon for the price of tbe Machine. Wawarnyoa .
therefore not to sign an order, if yoo do not want a begaai - '('
". '' . ' Machine, ' .--
We Warrant Each and Everj.Par, of the Racfceje,
'. ij -.'.'. . " " :.
To be free from any flaw or Imperfections and will any time replace aay pies of thla
kind wiUi a new one. We sell the ' 1
BUCKEYE FOR $110,00,
WITH CUTTINO BAB FEET 5 INCHES.. WITH SEVERAL JIS'A IMrTtOVK"-
. :. : V . - ., MESTS
. We are headquarters on RAKES.: Keep the DAYTON. ALLIANCE? and XsTNTA All
of which w Warrant aa good asany in the market and a low aa any live tmm tmrtHL
o uROAD SCRAPERS. -
We ull all the best makers; MASSZLLOX, MAjrxttELD, and CASTOX. as low aa yoa
- can buy them of the Manufaetarers.
PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS.
We keep Ha LARGEST ASSORTMENT kept In Trumbull County, sad we alwaya aa
low. In short, we keep and sell more Implements than all TxasakoUConntyeasnbtaa
Hay Forks, Rope and Pulleys
ALL THE LATEST PATENTS BEST MAKE3 IN THB COUNTY
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X. All farmer wanting old MvWers repaired, shonM aead than 1s sm one
aa tliey now have 'ittie time enough to get the ui to the shopaaxl baek beiore waolinsr w
nse llieuu Yonrs Truly, ; . '
Waircn, Oldo, May 47, 157S,
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KIRK & CHRISTY.
CUPPER! CLIPPER !
TRIUMPHANT OVER ALL OPPOSITION t
IS STILL KIN G OF THE FIELD.
We are no v receiving acotheT ear load of
CLIPPEES 1 1873
Elrrct from the Factory, and offer this well
known and favorite wiaehloa at old
prices, via: .
IVo. 2 lYcw Clippcrfor 8100
Same slseos Buckeye. Jr.. but arouchMght-
wj. man uiwumr, .on warrantee, not n eioq
in - gmm, or ifym-m the Horses ascAs, and
has Ihe Jt&HT sual ensung apparatus In tbe
NO. 1 MEDIUM, M INCH TTHEEU. II li
NO. 4 LARGE, 38 INCH WHEKL, ttSO.
The Clipper of 1373
Has a greatly Improved DROPPING AT
TACHMENT, which ean be naad with
great success la lodged grass.
Ve keep constantly on band a very large
slock of - ,
CLIPPER REPAIRS !
For all the machine sold by ns. We also
are Agents for
JOHNSON'S SELF RAKE!
A combination with.- the Clipper for '
Side D eliy ery
The greatest success of the age entaiucj all
kinds of grain, lodged or standing. '
Using same Catting Bar as tha Clipper, Ws
' are Headquarters lot , ,"
Ilollinssworth's Rakes '.
The only adjustable SteerTooth Raktrmada.
Each tooth independent of all the others, '
which do not scratch or Injure meadows.
THE PBEim BAKE; jOF . THE
' "WORLD. i
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CALL t EXAMINE FOR YOTJESrELV R.
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CHAPLES, ' ' '' '
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June 181873. ; '