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REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
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IX Oorarnoc-AUHOHM Hakt.
Supreme Jnd Tnuix Whits, long
Bupmit Jodgt WA1TSA T. BTOSS, short
Treasurer Isaac Wnra.
Attorney General J oh Lirii.
Comptroller of Treasury l T. WlIAOK.
Board of Pabllo Works P. Elllixa
Toledo ha got the mad flog few, and
there Isn't so ranch standing at the gar
den gate as there used to be.
Hiram Garretson, of (3 ere land, has
been appointed chief American Commls
loner of the Vienna Exposition.
A Cincinnati gentleman was waiting
lor a share, a flash of lightning jost then
relieved him of bis moustache and
The Tenerable General Patterson, of
Philadelphia, is the owner of thirteen
eonon mtiis, ana employs oyer ,uw
An Ohio man who was riding to pay
his taxes was track by lightning the
ottier day and killed. Is not there a
moral in this T
The coronation of Oscar and Sophia, as
king and queen of IT orway, took plaoe,
July 18, at Drontbeim, the ancient cap
ital of the Norwegian kings.
The Nursery, for August, is foil of plo-
tures, rhymer, and stories for "young
est readers." Published in Boston, by
J. I Shorey. Prioe $1,50 a year ; single
copy 15 cents.
1 db ways Missouri xarmer Became a
Nebraakian is reported as follows : The
Missouri river made a cut across the
country of four miles transferring about
1500 acres of land to Nebraska.
Friday evening, near Lilly Chapel,
Madison county, a farmer by the name
of Jackson was thrown tn front of his
reaper. Onearju was cut off and he was
so badly cut in the side that he died In a
The Ohie State Journal suggests that
an the Democratic party in this State Is
dead, it would be altogether appropriate
a to nominate Yallandigham for Governor
He hasn't been dead very long not any
longer than the party itself.
Bishop Glpssbrenner, of the United
Brethren In Christ, declines the D. D'a
conferred on him by Otterbein Univer
sity and Lebanon Valley College. He
says that he is not egotistic enough to
accept a title which he feels disqualified
Queen Victoria has written a letter in
reply to an address of the House of
Commons, in which she takes ad
vance ground in favor of arbitration for
the settlement of international disputes.
Thus the Idea put In practice at Geneva '
continues to expand and leaven the na
tions by its benign influence.
"Kate Stoddard" is an alias of the wo
men who confesses having murdered
Goodrich In Brooklyn, her real name be
ing Lizzie King. It appears that she
had once been sn Inmate of a lunatic asy
lum, which gives rise to the belief that
in the late tragedy she was insane. '.
Ninety-fire million gallons of water
-are daily consumed in the city of New
York.' On account of the severe drought
which up till Friday last bad prevailed
east, a water famine was feared in the
city. The Croton region was rapidly
drying up. The rains since Friday have
increased the supply.
Seven ear loads of Mormon recruits
from Europe are now on their way west
ward for Utah. The first lot of several
thousands of new dupes that Brlgham
Young's missionaries have picked up
In the Old World during the past year,
and who are to be transferred to the
Imaginary Eden west of the Rocky
Mountains this summer.
Sixty-four Granges of Patrons of Hus
bandry are reported as organized in
Is to fight monopolies and railroad com
panies. To do this effectually It is deem
ed necessary to unite the farming inter
est for a common object, that of demand
ing of national and state law-makers
protection against exhor bitant exactions.
Charles Robinson, a colored waiter at
the Neil House, Columbus, O., entered
the hotel the other eraning to draw hia
wages, and finding certain charges
against him, got :nto a dispute as to their
being correct with Stephen Douthard,
chief clerk of the house, and ended the
discussion by drawing a razor and cut
ting a fearful but not fetal gash in Dou
thard' a throat. The wound extends
from the lobe of the ear to the windpipe.
Robinson has not been arrested.
In the Karonna lYess 01 last week we
find the following complimentary re
ference to a distinguished and worthy
citizen of this county :
"Some of the farmers of this rep ion
are bringing forward the name of Hon.
John F. Beaver, of Newton Falls, Trum
bull county, as the Farmer's candidate
for Governor. Although Mr. Bearer has
alwaya been opposed to cs in politics,
we take pleasure in acknowledging him
as a gentleman of integrity ana ability
and one who would do honor tothechief
executive office of the third State of the
The annual Commencement of Mount
Union College takes place on Thursday,
24th Inst. In the evening of same day
the Conjoint Performances of the Liter
ary Societies. On Wednesday evening,
23d inL, the Triennial Meeting of the
Alumni Association the Alumni ad
dress by Bev. J. M. Carr, A. M. The
Reunion of former students on Wednes
day. On Commencement Day, In addi
tion to the Senior Address and the Bac
calaureate by Pres. Hartshorn, short ad
dresses are promised by Got. Noyea,
State School Commissioner Henry .Hon.
J. H. Klippart and others. .
In New York they nave what they
call the "Civil Damage Law," which
makes liquor sellers responsible for the
acts or loss ef time of drunkards to
whom they may sell liquor. The first
case under this law, which - was passed
at the last Legislature, has just been re
ported from Oswego. A woman notified
a tavemkeeper thot she would prosecute
mm lor damages ior me laea 01 urns 01
her husband whilst drunk, and also for
' the recovery of a fine which bad been
imposed for drunkenness. The issue,
however, was avoided by the tavern
keeper, who promptly paid the fine, and
managed in this way to compromise the
nit,-. . ;..:: '
It is stated by the press that the grave
of Thorns Corwin, one of Ohio's most
eminent sobs, in the oemetry at Leba
non, 'Warren county, this State, .has not
so much as a plain marble slab to mark
the spot where iae ashes -of the great
sarstor rest.- Lack of pecuniary ability
a the part of hia Immediate relatives is
givea la excuse for the neglect on their
part, fine town of Lebanon, or the
county r Warren, has not patriotism
and public spirit ' sufficient to erect a
monument worth? the memory Thomas
Corwin, the people aC the State at large
should be appealed to far the requisite
funds, which no doubt could be readily
A Berlin correspondent of the New
York World, has Just furnished that pa
per with fc remarkable article purporting
to be an expression of the politico-religious
sentiments of Prinoe Bismarck
of Germany, whose bold sssaulta on
Jesuitism during the past two years hsd
gained him considerable popularity with
the protectant world. It would seem
however that hia moUre for assaulting
the Catholics wss not the outgrowth of
any love for protestantism, but because
he hates Christianity in any form. If
he is oorrectty reported he Is a deists,
atheist, and materialist of the broadest
type. He appears to think the mission
of Germany now is to war against the
church, and says that although that
country is engaged In such a conflict but
few realize the fact not even' the Em
perer or Crown Prince understanding
the true nature of the contest going on.
He would make men State worshipers
instead of God worshipers, and make the
State, as In Pagan Rome, all in all. It la
about time that Bismarck was vacating
the German Premiership, and superced
ed by some one whom political success
has not made absurdly wise In his
own conceit. When his vanity leads
him to believe that the great Empire he
has aided in erecting is more worthy
than the Almighty Creator of the supreme
worship of the people, and that the idea
of God should be eradicated xrom tne
mind and heart of the nation, he after all
his victories in council and diplomacy
tails to realise the essentials of national
permanence, progress ana prosperity.
He is farther reported ss saying:
"Nnthimr has amused me mere than
the praises which I have received from
the Protestant christians of England and
America, I have wished to crush Rome
that I might crush Christianity. They
praise me for my services in the cause of
what thv call reformed Christianity. If
any thing could console me for the cha
grin I foresee I am to enaure for some
time to come, it would be to witness the
amazement of these good friends of mine
when they understand tne train, nut
understand It they never will."
By a communication which we pub
lish in this Issue, reporting the proceed
ings of a "Meeting of Workingmen" at
Church Hill, in this county, it will be
observed that independent political ac
tion is talked oC This meeting, we pre-
aume, was composed principally of coal
miners, who as a class desire some spec
ial legislation affecting the management
of coal mines, and claiming that thsy
have not been able thus far to obtain
such legal enactments .as shall be satis
factory to them. We also understand
that the miners have formed secret po
litical societies, the members of which
are solemnly obligated to support no
one for office who is not unequivocally
pledged to their interest. This looks.
like a revival of Know Nothlngism In a
strange quarter, among men nearly all
of whom are foreigners. We think the
miners are mistaken in resorting to this
mode of procedure. If they are numer
ically strong enough st the polls to se
cure the election of a candidate especial
ly pledged to them or if they can com
bine with the Democrats, Liberals or
what nots, and secure their ends, it Is
their right and privilege to do so. But
we are of opinion that there are a great
many working men, who are not mi
ners, and other citizens, representing va
rious other industrial interests, mann-
factuiing, agricultural, ebh, who will
doubtless have something to say in the
matter of selecting a Representative to
the Legislature. We think the people
of this section of the State have had, for
a while at least, to much of miners' un
ions and strikes and threatsnings, to
feel much disposed to allow them to
dictate the nominations of any party In
Another diabolical murder occurred
in Cleveland, out toward Newburgh, on
last Thursday morning. The murderer
is a negro named Stephen Hood, and the
victim an adopted son of Hood, sged
about 13 years. . About S o'clock in the
morning he started out with the son and
a nephew aged 18 years, on pretense of
hunting and fishing. . After leading
them several miles over a devious route,
evidently endeavering to so confuse
them that they could not tell where they
were, be dispatched the nephew to a gro
cery some distance off for whisky. On
returning the nephew missed the other
boy, and was told by his uncle that the
son had gone off with another man.
Not believing the story the nephew gave
Information on returning to the city,
which lead to the arrest of Hood, and
the subsequent discovery of the body of
the murdered boy buried a few inches
In the ground and covered with a stump
and some brush. The murderer is de
scribed aa a hardened whiskey sot of
the lowest class. Unless hanging Is
"played out," In Cleveland, Hood should
swing for this most inhuman crime.
The evidence before the coroner seemed
to leave no doubt of his guilt, and toe
only reason apparent for the brutal act
was that the man was tired of keeping
the child, and thought killing was the
easiest wsy to get dear of him. It ap
pears in the evidence that he hsd first
stupified the boy with liquor, then by
a blow with a dub broke hia akulL
The State Teachers' Association of Vir
ginia, recently In session at Alexandria,
characterized its proceedings by a step
in the line of prograaa. Hitherto the As
sociation has been composed solely of
presidents and professors of the differ
ent colleges and private Institutions of
learning in the State. At the late meet
ing a resolution was adopted inviting
the teachers of the publio schools of the
State to join with them. The free school
system is of comparatively recent date
in the Old Dominion. The days of edu
cation for the exclusive benefit of the
rich, however, . have passed with the
changed order or things, and the poor
white trash of the State, in earlier days
so much looked down upon and despis
ed by the chiralry, will have an oppor
tunity of indulging In the blessings and
advantages of common schools. . During
the session General Eaton, the Commis
sioner of Education, paid the Association
a visit. He was invited to a seat in the
embly, and also wss requested to join
in the pending discussion. He made a
few remarks which created a Brood im
pression. The presence of General Eaton
gave particular satis taction, and severs1
vary laudatory speeches were exchang
ed on thesubjecL It was accepted as sn
official recognition from the United
States, or rather the educational branch
of it, and gave rise to considerable en
A Washington telegram says that Hon
Caleb Cushrng ha entered suit against
Thomas Kelly, claiming $1,000 damages
for the wilful keeping of dog which
barks Incessantly, day and night, and
gives the plaintiff no peace to attend to
business during the day and prevents his
sleep at night. The result of the suit Is
looked for with much interest, as in the
event of its being gained by Mr. Curbing,
numerous other suits will be entered by
parties similarly aggrieved.
They have a way of bringing thieve
to their senses In Green Bay, Wisoonein,
which was put In operatien on . test
Thursday night as follows : a yigilanee
committee of sixty took" the robbers
from the Sheriff, and strung them up by
the neck to the limbs of an adjacent tree,
until tivsyonfossed to the crime of hav
ing robbed a fins, and also told where
Ivthe stolen goods were. There was no '
red tape in that hemp being preiarad.
. The 12th of July, Cragsmen's day,
was celebrated, by their societies, this
year, ta the principal cities, without
being distarbed by interference on the
part of catholics. In New York the pro
cession wss under the protection of
Urge number of policemen. The day
is commemorated in honor of a protec
tant victory over the Catholics, In the
daya of William of Orange and King
James. Some of the newspspers are
condemning the observance of occasions
of foreign origin In sectarian strife, as
holidays In America.' It would proba
bly be better If foreigners professing to
be Americanised would limit their cele
brations to our distinctive holidays,
rather than seek to perpetuate the mem
ory of events In the commemoration of
which Impartial Americans can not con
latently take part ; but it will probably
be years before an Ulsterman will not
feel proud of the 12th of July, or a son
of the South of Ireland forget to honor
St. Patrick's day,
The centennial celebration to come
off In Philadelphia, la 1876, is already
being prepared for on a grand scale,
and the great progress the United
Btates has made la one hundred years
in art, science and education will be
shown on a magnificent and Imposing
scale. The commissioner of Ed oca
tion will shortly send out circulars to
the various educational Institutions of
the country, from the - university
down to the township free school
asking a history of each, with draw
tags and models illustrative of. the
foundation and growth of the Institu
tion of the school. . This will give
most complete view of the develop
ment of education from the primitive
schools established by the various
Colonization companies down to the
present time. - The Bureau of Educa
tion will collate, digest and classify
the most important features of these
special histories, so as to give a gener
al idea of progress.
The New York Herald and some
other journals are making a great ado
about a pretended discovery of a poll
tical ring Job to secure Gen. Grant a
nomination for a third term for the
Presidency. There is not much use
of these journal! wasting their wind
In homilies on "Csssarlsm," for the
country won't scare worth a cent at
such melancholy bugaboos. . It does
not matter whether Grant wants the
office a third term or not he can't
get it. There are a half million good
Republicans who would not vote for
him or any other man for a third term
In the Presidential chair. The fact
that lie was not equal to the task of
grappling with and strangling the
salary steal is enough for the people.
A Church Centennial.
From the Pittsburgh Telegraph, .
The Methodist Episcopal Chorohee of
.Philadeipcia, ana its vicinity, commeao
ed on .Sanday last, and will, conclude
to-day, commemoration services celebra
ting the meeting of the first annual
Conference of Methodist preachers in
America, held in Philadelphia, one hun
dred years ago, in St George's church,
which is still standing. The anniversa
ry' services comprise special sermoni
sod historical addresses delivered at 8t,
George's and other churches, and will
conclude this evening with a grand jo-
btlee meeting at tne Academy of Music
The Eneliah Methodists in 1S36 celebra
ted their church oentennial, as founded
by John and Charles Wesley, snd twenty
seven years later, in 1866, the Ameri
can Methodists celebrated with fitting
services and a magnincent contribution
of eisht millions of dollars to church
and educational purposes, the centennial
of Methodism as founded in Ameriealby
Phillip Embury and Thomas Webb.
The Ceatennial Conference celebration.
now in progress, is one that enmmemor
a tea the first step towards that effective
church organization that has produced
such wonderful results. The church aa
it now stands was not perfected in its
organisation until the close of the revo
lutionary war, in 1784, when Francis
Asbury wss ordained Bishop, and
when there were less than fifteen thous
and members, and about eighty preach
ers in America.
The new blast furnao at Akron
will go into operation in August
A bis camtt meeting is to be' held
at or near Urbana, commencing July
30th. V ;
The Republicans of ..Lorain will
hold their . nominating , convention
August 9th. ,. ,;
Lake county expects to send a few
potatoes to market this season in
spite of the bugs.
Chagrin Falls has a fire extinguish
er worked by the water of a grist
mill- . , . .; .
William Sellers, of Youngstowa,
has an eight years' old girl who
weighs one hundred pounds- .
. A bov in Findley tumbled out
second story window last week. His
pants were badly fractured nothing
The last Dumber of the Ashtabula
Sentinel completed the present edl
tor's twenty-one- years' connection
with the paper. .
One farmer near Urbana lost, In one
of the recent storms, two bundled
large sugar maple trees.
The number of deaths In Ashland
county, in the year ending April 1st.
was 205; number of births &; mar
riage licenses zui. -
Robert Lusk was arrested In Ash
land, and held for trial, for falsely
representing himself as an insurance
agent, ana pocxeung tne premium,
The semi-annual Convention of the
Grand Army of the Republic, .De
partment of Ohio, will be held at
Put-in Bay on the 25th last.
Tbo Ncw-Departurists of Allen
nnnl Arm template startlnir a natter
at Lima, to advocate .their peculiar
ooctruies.s . i;
The heaviest damage done in Mi
ami county by the recent storms was
to the timber. ' A large number of
valuable trees were ruined, and many
sugar camps destroyed. -
Toledo has been supporting eighteen
exclusively German schools out of its
eommon school fund, and the citizens
begin to think there ought to be a
change, n - . . . . ; !..
John E. Pfringer, a citisen of Stow
township, summit county, on Sun
day last, was married at the German
Lutheran cnurcn, m Akron, 10 a wid
ow from Suffield. Portage county. In
the afternoon he returned with, his
bride to guffleld. . He retired at nine
o'clock and at ten he was a corpse.
The Delaware Gazette says that N.
and J. W. Money, of Thompson Tp..
the present season sold two thousand
at sheep, sheared thirty-three hund
red, and their elip weighs thirteen
thousand pounds. ...... . ,,, .,
The suspicion obtsininc that the
house of widow Mary - Turner, of
Mavfiels. Cuyahoga county, wss of
bad character, a number of citizens
smashed in its windows during a
midnight raid. Eleven arrests have
been mads.- Three of the prisoners
were held tor trial, -
A young tallow in Upper Bandus
kv. the other dsy. had to grease the
wheels of his buggy befons he started
n it out into the country to court his
rirL He was much annoyed for!
some time after he started at the
queer inclinations of the vehicle, and
upon Investigation, found he had put
the two hind" wheels on one side and
the two fore on the other. Love will
twist a young fellow's brains some
times. ;; J. . 1
Meeting of Workingmen.
Pursuant to call, a meeting of' work
ingmen was held in the Town Ball,
Monday evening, July 14, Mr. Andrew
Roy In the chair. Mr. Roy made a brief
speech stating the object of the meeting,
vis : to take proper steps to plaoe a
workingman In nomination to represent
Trumbull County In the Legislature.
Mr. Boy said that the workingmen were
In a great majority, and should be rep
resented in the Legislature. Fully half
the population of the county were em
ployed In and around the mines, mlll9
and furnaces alone, yet no man repre
senting the wishes of this people hsd ev
er been seen upon the floor of the Hall
of Representatives. Trumbull Co. wss
the first mining county in the State.
He spoke against sending delegates as
lobbyists ; they must have a man upon
the floor if they ever accomplish any
thing in legislation. He suggested that
the proper steps should be to urge a rep
resentative workingman in the repub
lican nominating Convention, aa the re
publican party was a party of progress.
and claimed ti be the special champion
of the Interests of labor.
Mr. William Owen spoke of the duties
of workingmen. A man did not deserve
freedom who would not maintain his
rights in a free country. Are we, as
workmen, duly represented in the Leg
islature 7 No. Have we made proper
efforts heretofore to be represented T
We have not. Can any man represent
us as well as we could represent oar-
selves Assuredly not. He wanted in
dependent political action.
Mr. Weof. Morris ssid the salvation of
workingmen in a political point of view,
was representation by men of their own
stamp in the Legislature. The history
of the past three years showed whst
would be gained by entrusting our in
terests to the politlcisns. He would fa
vor alliance with any party which would
take up the man of our choice.
The following resolutions were passed
Eaolved. That it is the duty of the
workingmen of Trumbull County, to
call a convention of workingmen to
plaoe a representative workingman in
nomination for representative of Trum-
Beaolvtd. That the workincmeo of
this Township hold another pa the meet
ing on Saturday next, Jnly 19, and that
the question of the Track System as
practiced at several of the mines be
brought Defore tne meeting.
Resolved. That the Secretary of this
meeting send for publication to the Mi
ner and Manufacturer, Miles Independ
ent, Warren ChbonIcxe and Warren
Cbnsatution, the minutes of this meet
ing. Tho'b. Philips, See'y.
CHURCH HILL, July 15, 1873.
Editor Chbokiclk: In your is
sue of Wednesday last, my attention
was attracted to an 'article written by
"Patey Jane," in which she sayi.
"It seems the highest expectations of
the Woman Suffragists is about being
realized in all save the Ballot ; " and
as we are proud 10 class ourselves
with those who believe suffrage be
longs to Women, would like to ask
that lady what she means when she
says ''our expectations are about being
realised 7" They must be something
emanating from her own brain, if not
we would aavise ner to post nerseir
before she proceeds farther on this
The Ballet is bur hope for woman ;
there are no "expectations" about the
matter that I am aware of. She says:
"We bring strong arguments in favor
of our position (why do you not re-
rule them ;) ana seem 10 do met dv
our opponents, eqnnny as strong.'
Seeming is not a reality, we have liv
ed louir etionen to learn tnis iact.
"Most or us are better reDreseDtea
than taxed." Patsy Jane may be,
while there are ten thousand others
who are not : and though she might
not wish to ebange th laws and
'seems" satisfied with them as they
now exist, we would advise her to re
main in and enjoy her position to her
utmost capacity, or as long as it is en
joyable. For our own part, we are
not s&usueu wiw laws mat msae we
mother of the race a mere cypher and
give her no recognition as a citizen.
awarding this privilege to the black
est negro and the most illiterate for
We cry aloud against this great In
usuoe. ana snau never cease tin our
voice is beard and met. which will
not be many years hence, for some of
the first minos in tne nation already
give us a listening ear, ana uieir num
ber is gaining every aay.
xou wouia Jixe to nave otner taxes
respectfully considered. Ab! you
nave your muscles taxed iy an end
less continuity of labor: you are a wo
man and don't care to change the
laws which govern yon! Perhaps
you would like to cnange places with
vour husband (if you have one) when
T 1 Ll. I I 1 1 1
ue cornea ju irvui aim uuaiutms 1U toe
pleasant evening-time, dons his dress
ing gown and slippers and takes his
eauy chair with a sigh of relief that
rett has come ; while it seldom if ever
comes to the wife and mother with
her endless continuity of woman's
ceaseless tasks. As he unfolds his
evening paper, some startling crime
is the first to attract his eye, aad he
reads aloud or a snooting an ray, or
murder committed by the fire fiend,
whiskey, in human shape perhaps
by a father with a wife whose heart is
already strung to its utmost tension.
and a family or Helpless little ones
who owe their loveless lives to him
And as be must suffer the penalty of
the law, so must they and their poor
mother suffer a life-long disgrace
when he pays the penalty of his great
Sympathy methinka (though sweet
In trial -time) gives place to an nn-
warcDnoan in your woman's heart, as
von say give us more stringent laws
to suppress this soul-destroying traffic
of liquor selling ana liquor annking.
If vour twelve year 01a "sonnie"
remonstrated at the idea of woman's
voting and declared he would never
go to the polls in case suffrage was
granted woman, we can only say we
think the nation would be the gainer
thereby. In conclusion she asks our
lawmakers to respectfully consider
and favor us all in their power and
after all, closes in a maze of webs or
cobwebs which our dull brain fails to
penetrate. We do not go moping to
Congress or the Legislature whining
for favors. We ask for that which be
longs to ns by a natural right, know
ing that all men who have looked In
to nackneyed subject, free from bias
or predutioe, wui, alter giving it
candid investigation, act in our be
half and decide in our favor.
We were much pleased on readlnsr
the oration delivered on "the 4th by
J. McLain, Jr. The effort was an
able one, and it is truly encouraging
to know mat among ail tne cor
ruption at the Capital of this nation,
and amid all this Mohilior grabbing.
and Salary stealing, there are those
who stand firm to honor and duty:
men who will guard the Ship of State
safely tnrougn tne tempestuous watets
of political strife. Me truly remarked :
"witntne mowers 01 tne republic
rests the futuie of this nation." To
me this was the most pleasing feature
of the whole speech. Make mothers
what they should be, elevate woman.
free her from all the oppressions by
which the is surrounded, let her busy
brain, soaring beyond the confines of
domestic lire, nave run, tree scope :
educate her, make her divinely free
In ail the e lory -of ber womanhood.
and you shall indeed behold a future
divinely appointed, brilliant and glo
rious, with no foul blot on our nation's
fair escutcheon, moving on to a high
er destiny, conquering and to oonr
CHURCH HILL, July 15, 1873. MERCIA BOYNTON LANE.
The escape of the
from death in the
bouse, which was struck by lightning
net long since, was remarkable. Some
were stunned, but none seriously in
Prohibition County Nominating Convention.
—School matters—I. O. O. F.
Editor Chronicle : The Prohi
bition County Nominating Conven
tion called for the 19th Inst at this
place, has come and gone. As the
Secretary of the Convention was in
structed to furnish you with a report
of the proceedings, I have nothing
to do but note an item or two that
will not be likely to appear in that re
port. There was but little that was
unusual or remarkable in the general
proceedings. One thing, however.
struck me as at leat-t rather odd :
was the manner in which the nomi
nations were made. This was the
coolest .thinir we have seen during the
past fonr weeks. A committee
thieeon nominations was appointed
by the chair, who prepared the entire
ticket, and while the committee on
resolutions was out, the nominating
committee reported and their report
was accepted without a remark
scarcely an emotion this acceptance
being considered a domination ; while
on the report of the committee on res
olutions, a vote was considered nec
essary in order to receive it, another
oh each resolution, and a third on the
resolutions as a whole. During the
consideration of the resolutions two
questions were spruug, in the discus
sion of which we were very much in
terested. The first was on a motion
to amend the first resolution which
reads somewhat as follows ;
f'Heolved, that we demand that
the importation, manufacture and
sale of intoxicating liquors, as a bev
erage, be prohibited by law." The
motion was, in effect, to strike out
the words "as a beverage." This dis
cussion wai spirited, and many things
were said pro and con worthy of some
consideration. The motion to amend
however, was lost. This was their
first weakness. They will have la
bored to little purpose if they should
accomplish all tliey now proposeTin
the temperance question while they
leave the gates open to alcohol as
medicine. Hundreds of men. called
men of respectability, are going to
hell on "Medical purposes." It mat
ters very little whst you say it shall
be sold for : so long as it u told it will
be used as a beverage. Make laws as
Ptrong as you will, as unchangable as
those of the Medes and Persians, and
attach the death-penalty, and what
will you accomplish ? J ust what you
express in the law. It will not he
sold "as a beverage" but it tviU be sold
as a medicine aud used as a beverage
really and in as great quantities as
now. But few men who drink bave
any regard for their word when asked
what they wish the liquor for. I
have known places where not a single
drop of liquor could be bought as a
beverage, and yet any man, woman,
or child who wanted a fearful drunk
could have it. They bought it for
medicinal uses, of course; and per
haps upon an order from a physician.
Nor will it help matters much to say
that nothing shall be made but alco
hol. I have known men who prefer
ed alcohol to whiskey or brandy, and
who habitually drank it rather than
any other intoxicating drink. I
want to say that this grout cry of
"Medical purposes" is an unmitigated
The next question which Interested
cs was the woman question. In fact
this always has interested us. When
the resolution adopting the national
platform which calls for universal
suffrage, was under considerotion, a
motion was made to so amend as to
except the female plank. This mo
tion was also lost. We are compelled
to regard this aa their second weak
ness. Much of their platform oommends
itself to every conscientious, right-i
tblnklng citizen, indeed, with the
exceptions named I can find but little
to condemn. And so surely as that
the great parties in power do not
leave off some of their infernal trick'
ery and abandon their movements of
compromising expediency, and ao
here more thoroughly to principle,
the sceptre shall depart from them
and these or some others will possess
tne government. Altogether, with
the attendance, and the spirit aud
aDiuty manifested, we ware lavorabiy
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Academy held here on the 13th
Inst., Aaron Davis, J. H. Post, and
Moses Bacon were elected Trustees to
fill the vacancies occasioned by the
death of Mr. Craft and Mr. Tew, and
the expiration of Mr. Davis' former
term. W. B. Kennedy and Dr. S. H.
Spencer are the other trustee. The
High School will commence some
time during the latter part of August.
The day is not yet fixed. It has not
yet been fully determined who will
conduct the school the coming year,
but those who contemplate coming
here may rest assured that the best
talent that can be procured will be
There is to be an institution of a
Lodge of I. O. O. F. and an installa
tion of officers here on the 29th, com
mencing at 2 o'clock, p. m. A com
modious hall is being fitted up over
the hardware store of Camp & Barnes.
In my last letter there are two er
rors which should be corrected. I
spoke of Mr. Ellis' factory as being a
nail-keg factory, whereas, I intended
to have written paint-keg. There is
a vast difference in manufacturing
the two kinds of keg. I should also
have said three run of stone in the
flouring mill instead of two, although
but two run are used at any one time.
We also unintentionally failed to
mention the stave factory of Mr. G.
N. Coats, on Broadway. He makes
a specidUty of oil barrel staves, man
ufacturing, when running all the
time, 1,500,000 staves yearly.
July 1, 1873. I. R. A.
The Cincinnati Times thinks the
approaching convention of the Liber
al Republican "party" in Ohio will
prove to be its funeral, and concludes
an article on the subject with this
touching oration pronounced over the
remains of some local hero. The
preacher said: "He was a ornery
ouss. If be was good for anything I
don't know it. He was allers roys
terin' around. He never worked,
never did! notbin'. He kep' cocks
and fit 'em. He kep' bosses and run
em. He kep' dogs and worried 'em;
but the do say he was occasionally
useful at fires. Let the mourners car
ry off the corpse."
A Democratic organ in Alabama,
called the Limestone A'eicf.feels com
pelled to say "that if it can do any
better, it fights no more under the
Democratic flag." It further adds:
"There is not scraps of the old Demo
cratic banner left big enough to darn
a bole In the seat of a pair of breech
es;" and furthermore, "One bad as
well sing hymns to a dead inula as
undertake to reconcile the animosi
ties engendered by last year's felly."
Vioe President Wilton's late attack
of paralysis Is of a much more serious
character than at first reported. The
stroke deprived him of the useorcon
trol of the muscles of one side of his
face, and has considerably disfigured
bim. besides afiecting his speech. In
bis present state it is doubtful wheth
er be will be able to take hit seat in
the Senate n?xt session.
The Mormon immigration contin
ues unabated, and every week large
numbers of these misguided people
arrive in New York, whence they
are shipped to Salt Lake City. Over
thousand, all new converts, arrived
at New York on Wednesday. Anoth
er company, equally large, ia .expect
ed by the steamer "Nevada,"
We see it stated that Bernard Kline
has. sold his brick block, in Clyde. O..
Messrs. Reed and Ford, for &23.QUO
$5,000 cash, balance in fourteen
years, at eight per cent, annual inter
est, with the provision that if be
should not be living at that time, the
debt remaining shall be cancelled.
On the evening of the 9th Inst, as Mr.
Harlow Chapin, Secretary Of the Len
ox, ABhtabula 00., cheese factory, wai
returning from Jefferson, where he bad
gone to get a check cashed at the Second
National Bank, he was met about dark
by a highwayman, disguised with a
hood over his hesd, a mask over his
face, and a water proof cloak around
him. The highwayman did not speak,
but stepped forward and fired a pistol,
causing the horse to spring forward so
violently as to nearly throw Mr. Chap
In out of the sulky. On examination
Mr. ;C. discovered that the ball had cut
through hia coat and vest in front, so
that he barely escaped death. He offers
toOO reward for the arrest and conviction
of the party who assailed him.
The following remarkable tragedy oc
curred in Cambridge, Gnernsev county,
this State last Monday : Mrs. Dade had
whipped her oldest boy. aired ten years.
early Monday morning, and wben she
lett tne house this boy went into a bed
room used by the men who boarded at
the bouse, opened one of their valises,
and took from thence a revolver. He
told his other brother snd sister to go
ont of the room, for he wss going to
shoot Asbury. lie fired the pistol st his
young brother, sged two years, the bail
passing in at the left eye and lodging
in the brain. lie then took the child in
hia arms, sitting; down upon the door
step, and waited until his mother came.
lie did not con less until Tuesday that
he shot the child; and then threatened
to kill one of the other children for
telling on him.
Fort Klamath Jnly II, via Asn
T.AXD, Orbooh. Miller's Charley and
Jack's father-in-law, who surrendered
ou the 3d, were sent for by Captain Uas
bronck to-day. Intelligence was re
ceived here yesterdsy from Ysinox.
which state that Long Jim and his fath
er had been captured by Chas. Kiddle
and an Indian of that place, and that
they would be brought here to day un
der cnarge 01 tne 01a cniei scnoncain, 1
brotnor of Schonschin who is now coo
fined with Jack. When these Indiags
arrive, all the Mod oca belonging to Cap
tain Jack a band wui nave been op
Salt Lake, July 16. Great seisa
tion was eraafad here to-dav bv an an
nooncement bv the Journal that Ann
Eliza Webb Young, seventeenth wile of
iirieham Young, had forever left bim.
carrying off furniture and personal
effects. Brighsm will endeavor to re
plevin the goods. Mrs. Young it at the
walker nouse, sna tnrougn a leading
lawyer will institute a snit for divorce
and alimony for a large sum Great
revelations sre expected concerning the
inner domestic me or the I'ropbeU M rs.
1 oune is eniovinz the srnmathr of Gen
tile ladies, and polygamous Xormons
are a good a eat disturbed.
"What's in a Kami ?" On the
strength of his capture of Captain Jack
rant of the Indiana papers are begin
nlng to talk of General Jeff. C. Davis as
an available military chieftain for the
democrats to nominate for tie Presiden
cy. The idea appears to be that many
old line democrats who may still hsve
lingering weakness on State rights for
Jeff Davis will be spt to ftll Into line on
Jeff C Davis, and the idea is utterly
absurd. jr. Y. Herald.
In excavating for tie foundation of
the new Masonic Hall in Reading, Fa.
many human bones bare been turned
up. These, It Is explained, are the re
mains of Hessian prisoners who died in
that place In the winter of 1776-7,- there
having been great mortality among
them. They were Interred in what was
then known ss Potter's Field, with snl
cides and unknown persons whose
friends could not be ascertained.
The town of Mt Vernon, Indiana, has
been fearfully scourged daring the past
few weeks with cholera. All basin
hss been suspended snd the citizens
hsve left in suchnumbers thst the town
is nearly depopulated. The cause of the
severe visitation is not known, aa the
place is generally healthy.
On Monday last Albert W. Chamber'
lain, who only three weeks ago entered
the Penitentiary at Columbus forlife, for
killing the old man MConaughy at Solon
last winter, ditd of cholera. His Is the
fourth death )f life convicts there, of
Ohio newspapers and periodicals
number 411, witn au average circula
tion of fromow to 6,148, and an ag
gregate anmal circulation of w,50u,
44S, or 35 fo.' each inhabitant. There
are 300 weeklies, 63 monthlies, 25
dailies, 10 emi-monthlles,9 trl-week-
lies, 6 aeml-weesues, J. bi-nioutnlies,
and 1 quarterly.
Marriage Notices inserted Gratis.
On Snndav. June 22d. at the M. E. Darson
age. In Rchwood, Vnlon county. Ohio, by
Rer. 8. tjndsey, Mr. DICKINSON A.
HAHSHU AN and alias SUSAN DYSERT.
"Side bfilde mar ther stand
Like tw young trees, whose boughs In
Screen the weak saplings of the rising
And bare the storm together."
Jnly I5tl, In Liberty, by Rev. Thos. Gny,
Air. U1.A9 jujus. oiLeQoz, ana Airs.
ELIZABETH BEACH, of Liberty. No
Id thlaclty, July 16th. by Mayor Dawson,
Mr. ROGER B. PEEKJN.1. and Miss
M AEY P. BLOOD, all of tiustavos. Tram'
Wedissday erenlne. July 4th. at the rest'
den--eof Mr. U E. Bnshnell. In Tloltvar. by
Rev George Mitchell, Mr. J. B. Bklsky,
of tie banking firm of Tolfree. Dnnneean
A Cov. and Miss HATTIE FKAZIEU, of
In Champion, on the 19th InsU, by Edward
fVrce. SAT. KyfAK Wf.MLl oi tfazeiia,
ard Mlsa MART FORWARD, of Morgan,
Ainiasma Co., on 10,
Notice of death free—Obituary five cents per line
AS aiuiiu,u,,iuj 1.1, ,010, ui wuhiuiJ'uuui
tuwin 1.1 i.ii, agea w years ana a
Thus In the prime of life hath disease
done ita work, and another one la added to
toe "chnreh triumphant." J. o. C
Warren. July 19. 1873, GEORGIE, Infant
son or J. L. and (J. u. smith, aged 1 year,
7 moa. ana a aaya,
(Cleveland papers please copy J
Enrroa Chroicicls : You will meet the
wishes or many KepoDiicacs oy annoan
elng Thos. J. McLaiit, Js as a candidate
for Rbhbksjcttativk. subject ta the decis
slon of the Republican J.omlnU us Con
vention. 1 my to-- a
Gkkbnx, O., June 25, 1878.
Republican of Trwmbull Comty . Ws would
respeetlully oner the name of Capt. K. C
RICE, for County Auditor, subject to the
action or the nominating uosveouon,
hoping that his record aa a soldier and eitl-
aen may meet w 1 111 your wvunwiv vwuiu
eratlon. Citizens of Greene.
A. J. Vauqhs, N. a Smith,
W. Larrm, Daniel. Smith,
G. W. HABKlSGTOir.
I wonld announce that I will be a candi
date for the offlee of County Treasurer, sub
ject to a decision of the Nominating Con
vention. That I served In the army during
the war of the Rebellion for over our yeart;
two years and eight months of that time aa
-. TriiYil mttltttrr 111 t. uo. OI me DID (J. V.
Cavalry; then, on an examination before
Gen. Casey's Board, was promoted tea Cap
tain In the lOOtn U. H. C. Troops. That I
shaU atay at home and attend to my busi
ness, spending no time in caavaaslng the
county. Rally to the support of the veteran.
Cait. C. r. LYMAN.
Mesopotamia, O., Jane 10, lWi-t. e.
En, CHROXICT.B 's Please announce the
name of E. W. BOS WORTH, as a candidate
for ths omoe 01 County Treasurer, and
oollge ilAST V'OTaaa.
Chubcr Hnx, 0M June 14, 1973.
Ed. Chiokicui-Yon will please an
nounce the name of T. W. CASE, Ksq, of
Liberty ,aa a candidate for nomination for
County Treasurer, subject to the action of
the Republican Convention to be called for
nomination of county oihoers,and oblige his
man; friends. Votsk.
Edttob Ciraoirrci.B i Please announce
that the friends of W. H. FOX, of Warren
township, will present his name at the Re
publican county Convention aa a proper
person to receive the nomination for the
offlee of County Recorder. Mr. Fox served
as a soldier In Co. H 7th Ohio RegU, Vi
Sears, and until he lost his right arm at
le battle of ChaneellorsvlUe.
Usury CosjcBcnecT. The usury
law of Connecticut, passed a few weeks
ago, forbids ths charging, directly or in
directly, more than seven per cent, per
annum, for loans of money, and imposes,
as a penalty, the for lei tu re of the princi
pal to any person who shall, within one
year thereafter, sue for the same. By a
section of an old law, still kept in force,
no contract shall be deemed usurious by
reasons of borrowers psying or agreeing
to psy the taxes assessed and paid noon
the sum loaned or the insurance upon
the estate mortgaged to secure the samo.
This law of J873 is especially objectiona
ble in giving permission to any person
to Investigate transactions involving the
payment of a higher rate of interest than
ia allowed, and to recover the amount
loaned. This system will, saya the
Philadelphia Ledaer. undoubtedlv
breed a class of Informers who will make
a living either by bringing suit or by
T 1ST OF LETTERS
JLiUnelalmed, remaining in the Warreu
Fot Office, Tu-dy, July 21. lt73.
Anderson Wm Lloyd E A
Burka James Mcurezor James
vuiiier NrtN A Morse J w
tioates Mrs bllwbethM.orgmHn Henry
lalph Mrs Elizabeth Murphy Mix Marv
Fnrmaa Thoa B Laly Thomaa
Goarevneur Nlchol'a Whyte John
Justice David P Wilcox Mrs
Jonea H 0 Williams Gecrue
Thos marked with a stab are Ibmigu.
Persona wishing to obtain the above, will
pleas to call fur advertised letters.
If not called for In 30 daya will be sent to
aead letter offica.
Offlee noura, 7-30 A. M to 7-30 P. M.
Money sent without danger of loss.
Bates of commissions charged for money
On orders not exceeding tin ns ct.
Ovr 10 and not exceeding J0 locts.
Over 30 and not exceeding o 1- cw.
Owr 130 and not exceeding t4) . -i ct
Orer HO and not exceeding $.so a cu.
No alngleorder Issued for mora than 134
E. E. WidS. P. M.
Working Ken's County ConTcntion-
A CONVENTION OF WORK
INUMEN of Tram ball county is hereby
tnea to meet In the city of Nlles, on
Saturday. August 23, lws, at 10 o'clock, a.
m., to nouitnsie a candidate for Represen
tative to the Legislature. Each townsnip
and voting precincts Is requested to send
three delegates. ROUT. R E r; D.
, . . LANE S. JENKINS.
July 23, 1873-lt Ex. Committee.
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF
the Treasurer of the Board of Educa
tion of the city of Warren, for year amiins;
To Ml lostall'mt for 1S71 9, S5o el
To 1st Install. r isra , 12,712 w
" Tuition lor the year, do. mU)
IV A! 1)0
Br amt dneTrpnmV
Paid J. C. Barney. Supt
uo airs, uarney, leachlna.
do 8 D Harmon
do Ellen Darling
do E C Learnard
Emma Min Young
Mary E Bascom
M R Black
D F Churchill
' Haggle Clark
O K Fox
, Addle Parish
M V Brett
. 793 00
. 347 tO
. 705 54
Fuel, freight, cartage, Ac
Incidentals, repairs, Ac
un ist noma.
On North Hoase
On south school building, via:
Contractors, Sldela. WUklna-Downe V
Co.. part ,j T.SS375
For ,, , 640 M0
Plans, grading, drainage, furnace Ac 313 31
For superintending contractors -1 80
Balance la Treasury 27 0
1 hereby certify that the above statement
of account is correct.
T. J. McLAIN, Jr.
Treaa. Of the Board of EiliiCMtlnn nf the
City of Warren. July 23.
I WILL, SELL on SATURDAY,
August 9. 1S73. at 10 o'clock, a. m.. atmv
residence on Bazetta Bt., the following
CARPETS, BURBA US,
CBA IBS, BEDSTEA DS,
COOK & PARLOR STO TKS,
OXB WIIEELKR Jt WILSOX
A PIANO. PICTURES.
BEDDING, CROCKERY. Ac
TWO GOOD HORSES,
ONE BUGGY, HARNESS,
HAY In the bam, and COltS ft OATS In the
R. n. BAESCX.
July 23, 1373.
17 STATE of William Miteoell
I idee'd. The nLdersiirned has been dulv
appointed and qualified as Administrate -
on the estate of William Milcbell, dee d.
vww 1IUU1UUU cuuoijr, u:uu.
Hartford, July 16, 1S73-31'
T7"E WOULD RESPECTFULLY
f T inform the citizens of Warren ami
vicinity, tnat we have now commenced
Semi -Annual Closing out Bala of the bal
ance of our
SPRING & SUMMER
Gents', Youth's, and Boys'
GREATLY EEDUCED PRICES,
For the next sixty-days in order to make
room ior our large and extensive
WHICH WS INTEND LAY ISO IN.
Call snd see for yourselves. '
A. L FRANK,
BUFFALO CLOTHING HOUSE,
River Blocx. Main Street,
"CSTATE of Noah Stanley, deo'd
XVrha undersigned haa been duly- ap
pointed and aualined aa Executrix on the
estate of Noan Stanley, dee'd. late of Trnm-
DUll Onunty, ODIO. SAKAH BTAJLLl!
Lordstown, July 23. lS7i-3i
State of Ohio, Trumbull county, ss.
si uses nutson. riin. vs. Auran nut-
son. Deft. In the Court of Common Plena
of said connty.
Auren E. nutson. wno is supposed to re-
aide In the State of California, will take
notice that Moses Hutson. of the eountv of
Trumbull in the State of Ohio, did on the
241 day of July, lSi t, nie nis petition in the
Court of Common Pleas with! n anu for the
county of Trumbull, In said State of Ohio.
againsi me saiu Auren ju. nutson, ueien
dant In attachment, to secure ths payment
of 3170,48 aud interest from the iith day of
April, lK6,acoording to a certain Judgment
ontainea in saia loun against saia ueiena
anl.and pray lng that said Auren E. Hutson.
may pay said sum now claimed to be dne
with Interest amounting to &13. And the
said Auren E. Hutson Is Dfltiiled that be la
reauired to appearand answer said petition
on or before the 4th day of October next.
By T. L Glllmer. his Atfy.
lAt a meeting ofthe Council of the city
arren. Ohio, held July 18. 1873. there
1 nassed the following resolution, to-wlt:
Resolved by the Council of the city of War
ren, two-thirdsof all the members concur
ring It la necessary to construct a branch
sewer In sewer district No. 1. on Cheslnut
Street from Market 8L to the center of F.
WUhelm'a lot on said street, and that the
City Clerk be and he la hereby Instructed
give tne necessary notice, r-iaus, pro
files and estlmaleaareonnleat the Mayor's
office and are open for the Inspection of all
whom It may concern. All persons having
objectiona to or claiming damages by reas
on of the construction of the same, are
hereby notified to Hie the same with the
City Clerk on or before the 22d day of Au
gust, A. D. 173, or be forever thereafter de
barred. 4. P. un r. r...
lily llors, pro. tern.
July ft 1S7S-21. . :
SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION";''
The qnailfled electors of ths Union
wcnool District composed of the city of
Warren and territory attached thereto, for
school Dnrooses. are heron nniirlMi tht
an election for twoil)memlerso( the School
coaru 01 saiu aisuici, earn to serve Hires
(3) years, will Be held at tne Court Hons.
between the hoars of 10 a. rnand 6 o'clock.
ii. iu. ou w eusesuay, jnly 'Li, 1A73.
By orderof the Board of Education.
Warren, o, July 18. la7J-lt
Western - S. - S. Line.
Most direct and cbeap?t route to and from
the went of KnglADd and Sooth Wale
Kor paamtre to or from Bristol, apply to
WM. K. bstUTH, i08 Superior au, Cleveland,
VUIO. AO, i&gmo.
"CSTATE of Jas. W. Heaton. deo'd.
XjNotlce Is hereby given that the nnder-
kiuueu nas oeen appointed ana quaiinea ai
Administrator 011 the estate of Jemea W.
11 at, ton, deed. All persons lnoebted 10 same
will please make payment, and all persons
"""i! claims agHinst saia estate most pre
sent them properly authenticated, within
the time prescribed by law, for adjustment
uinirownorj. JU11.1 M. Mr OOUO.
July lli, lvi 3.
ESTATE of Eliza M. Heaton, dee'd.
Notice Is hereby given that th n uds.
siued baa been appointed and qualified as
.nuuiiniHiraior on Li) a esutte of Eliza M.
Heaton. dee d. All persons Indebted will
f 1 lease make payment, and ail persons hav
ng claims against said estate, must presenl
tnem within the tune required by Taw for
July 18. 175-3t
Notice Is hereby given, that ths Com.
nilttee to whom was referred the matter of
assessing the expense of the sewers on
Thome and Elm streets, have made their
report, which la now on file at the Mayor's
oihce. All Demons having objectiona to
nrge against said report, or either of them,
are hereby notified to file the same with the
undersigned. In writing, on or before the
ota day of August, 1473, or be forever there
after debarred. The report above mention
ed, will eoaie before tne Council lor eon-
nrmaunn, onsaxtsih day of Augnss, ltcs,
at which lime those objecting to the sam
as above, may be heard in support of such
uujCT-iiuiii. w. moi r, city cien
(STATE of Aaron Lyman, dee'd.
1The nnderslgned has been daly ap
pointed and quaiihed as Execntor on liie
nututo, uiron toyman, aeed. late f Tram
bull county, Ohio. W M. W. LYMAN
Mesopotamia, July 18, 1873-St
riHEAP FOR CA3H
V Wall Papers, Borders, Shades and Cur-
lama, curtain fixtures. Picture CoriL Tas
sels. Drafting faners. Blank Rimk, ct -n
kinds, note and order books; the best dia
mond note, envelopes of all kinds: tracing
cloth, tracinc naDen snDerior In ittai
with square envelopes; choice assortment of
ieaa peuoua, cnaia crayons, Lc, Ac
Call soon while tie assortment la good t
Sflectyonr WALL PAPER, It ia going
on rapidly, becanse we trim It without
charge. PORTER'S Book Store on Main St.
4 my iirtt
Western Reserve Seminary
ll LST t'AKJUSKTOJ, OHIO.
A FIRST CLASS SCHOOL FOR
l Ladies and Gentlemen; F. O. Reeve, A.
E. frinclpaL Board In private families 3
to $4 per week. In clubs, 33 totiO.
A Teacher's class will be lormed for those
intenuing to leacn.
ail 1 erm commences Aug. 19, 1873.
July IS, 1S73.
X 1 The stockholders of the Warren
oasiignt Co., 01 Warren. Ohio, are no
tified 10 meet at the First National Bank
on the evening of August 9, 173, at
o'clock for the purpose of oomnderlnz the
propriety of Increasing the capital stock of
tae company, ana cnanging me number of
Warren Gaslight Co.
July9, 1873-u.: -
ESTATE of Chsuncy Forward,
dee'd. The undersigned haa been duly
appointed and qnailfled aa Administrator
ou the estate of Chauncy Forward, dee'd.
late 01 irumouii counry inio.
CHAUNCY FORWAED, Jr.
Brookfielu. Jnly , lSTJ-St
TJSTAT'R of Wm. TL T.esli. rlncM.
XjThe undersigned have been duly ap
pointed and qualified aa Administrators on
the estate of Wm. R. Leslie, deo'd, late of
inuuuuii county, ume.
WM. B. HAMPSON.
Liberty. July 9, 1873,-3i
T?STATE of Jalla Solinger, dee'd.
A J-Moiice is nereoy given .mat tne under-
signeu nas oen amy appointed and quail
fled as Administrator of the estate of Julia
Kollnger, dee'd, late of Trnmbnll county.
vnio. n. A.u'wut.tti
Bazetta. Ohio, July 18, U73-31
OAS A5D STEaX FITTER. .
Wholesaleand Retail Dealer in all kinds of
PLUBEBV A! 18 FITTER. S1TKBUL8
AND GAS FIXTURES.
No. 105 Beneca Street. 1 . .
July lS-8mo. CLEVELAND, O,
TIMBER LAND FOR SALE
ATINETY ACRES OF GOOD
XI White Oak Timber, situate about half
way between ilea ana AntinLown.and on
the road, aud waa formerly, known aa the
weoDiarm. w iu oe soiu in one traot or m
subdlviaioosof about twenty acres. En
quire of ISAAC UOLFOkD, Agent.
aune 11, ta.j. -un at JMies,
a. w o bswicx.
bEX FOltPRHX LIST, 't y
W O RS WIOK h: LE WIS,
CLEVZmDERJSSS PIPE WORKS,
Cer. Xerwis an Csatrr Stk, Clevalaad. (X.
Manufacturers of and Dealers In ItrouM
Iron no. Iron FUtinat and hratt Good, for
Steam, Water, Gas and OIL Cameron Steam
anu Eureaa liann rumps. Ait Kinds 01
Steam and Uaa fitting tools constantly on
h and fiulv 24. 13721TT.
IIOYT, SPEAU & CO.,
(Successors to Hoy t & Spear.)
No. b Main Street,
PAINTS AND OILS,
CHOICE FAMILY GKOCEKIE3,
1 , .
Also RED-TOP and . '.
The best Assortment of Garden Seeds In
Good Goods! Low Prices! !
SSTCALL AND SEE US!-1
Remember the Place.
noir, SPEAK CO.,
No. 5 Main Street
McBerty & Mcformack
proprietors . the clown town
Annouuce to the public that their new
establisbcmnt la now In operation and
. supplied with the best machinery,
and are prepared to 011 orders for
And also HniMS FnratsMng Materials, such
FLOORING. SIDING, WHIGJLJtjj, pine
and hemlock lumber. 4c Ac
No pains will Im sparea to jTlve onr 0a
tomers entire satis Win.
May 15 T-V(
"-JVJ. JkV 1 j rz
tV.e'ofn, CUrt ' T"o" Con
veTnhnaVS?r''D Newton Falls snd Tta
Kugh.eu.l KoaU Co- Martin Stam-
WwlaraTi1ii.ohn Tod. H.nrr Tod.
Tod r-er liS9 Tod- Totf Raiile
Charles D tSX'"?merL MlchaelMoser,
Joseph F?enflnmV0M'pL- Bnt,t! : "
the afesld YoiinistolVntUC,tTt
?fi!!IUw -ls73. In which pautlon It Is
''r said Rail Road Colony That t
tlii6"7 taoorporated com piny lorHaU
VtJtX",, law of the State
' K necessary for the pur
fSTf construction and opperatlon of
nSJi1 f,"8 and occupy for aaidpur
Kndi hlJL?'1" Qd across eerLin
H.JS paging tothe defendant tcerein
tT Jl ' b- been unable to agre
WtJIt.i P00" upon the amount of
compensation to be paid- that It has the
r?j to ask that .aid land. bS a
hedone. The said owners aad chOmanui
''f tor notified that a heaxmTupon
S th?Ji5!?.uo?TU'1,e uTeToSce
2L,erooaf,.Jad ln WarrenTln said
rD Wn.H,',' $r ot September,
a. d. 1S73 at 10 o'clock, a. m, ou which
mf?n bra- 3 that such 1
further proceedings will then be bad aa an .
authorized by law.
July 18. StYlZ& ,0yES-
uiuv veuiau i.oinnAsk. . . . . - .
T OAD NOTICE.
A vNtice is hereby given that application .
" oemaoeto tne Conunw.
ttheroad known a. ,h. township linf
road, commencing where the east and wmui
center road from the center othnon to
",etr of Mecca crosses the north 5nd
ii?' 'd township. an mnnlng
P"" Una of said township.
M norin on lln f Gustavaa and
Greene to the north end of said road. Said
roadbeing about three miles long, be re
dnced In width to 46 or 60 feet. Also that
the width of the road running west from
the said tow as alp line road, commencing
about one-haif mile south of the ehurcg : ;
andrunnlngtothe nmereaa roads, about
ooe-half mile, be rertaoed to forty-flva or
fifty feet. Also that th.winrh j .u. ,
ship line road between Johnston and Out.
tavus. commencing at the west end of sai4
townshlp.and running east 2 4 mllea to tha
eenwir road leading from Johnston center to
Oust&vua. be reduced to 4i feet. Also to ao
tnortse the establishment of the centers of ,
the first and last named roads.
LEGAL NOTICE ' ' .
Naney R. Green. v John W. Green. '
i ae defendant above named, whoa place
of residence la unknown, will take nouee
that the above Domed plaintiff flied her pe
tition for divorce, on tile 37th day of June.
A. D. 1S73, ln the Court of Common Pleas.
Trnmbnll connty, Ohio, praying that she
be divorced from the defendant. John W
n?,&T tne ea" " custody of thetr
ft, ?i"'a,' lUimm 8- Jane and Cap-
f. - -.vHnfuiMi , wiujBi aoeeoce
or more than three years last past. Defend
ant Is notified to appear and answeraaid pe- '
11 lion on ox before August 14th, A. D. is:!
. , u ' Br 8- B- CRAIG, .
July S, lS73-t. Atfy for Flf ft
Catharine M. Ward vs. Lorenao D. -Vv
ard. The defendant above named, sup-
pesed to reside In Colebroolr. Aiht&hnU.
County, Ohio, -will take nolle that the. ,
above named plaintiff filed her petition for
divorce in the Ikltirt nf rVimmn pim.
Trumbull Coonty. Ohio, onthe'th day oC '
June. A. D. 1373. praying that she be di-
varced from the rinA.TiRft.nt Timhim ti i -
Ward and restored to her maiden nam "
and for reasonable alimony. Cause, - , t
ieged extreme acta of cruelly.
Defendant must apuear and answer said ' '
petition on or before Anrust M, 1373, or ths .
lacts stated therein will be taken as true. -'
Bv HYDE CRAIG Attv's for Pl'ir
July 2, 1873. 6w.
GRAND RIYER INSTITUTE .
; AUSTIKBURG, OHIO. '
OTHE PLACE TO FIT TOR COL-'
L LEGE to prcvar for Tvacnima, tsamssa ' ,
a tood butinet edaoaHon ln the least time
possible, and at the least expense. Bend
tor a laiaiuguei . a. X u r i &. A. :
July IMt . - . Praaiueul. :,
Maria J. Dull, Cornelia J. Dull, children
oi casper Dull, who realde ln IndlanaJioab. '
Dull. William W. Harnett. Daniel. John. '!
Sarah E Mary J. and Dora Dull, children
of Noah. Duii, who reside ln Crawford,
i-nunty, j-enna.. lama unison, orvllia
Haisot r,n riutsou, McDowell ana
Emiir. hia wife, children of Richard &. Hut
son, dee'd; Auren Hutson, Mary Ann Fulk
and her husband, Augusta R. Hutson, Avers
Hutson. Edmund Hutson and Lorlnda Hut .
son, children of John Hutson, deceased
xmry hxitzeand ner nusband; . A. Hmeo
ley and her husband, who reside in Van.
Wert eountv, Ohio; Tamer Tayler and her -'
husband, who realde ia Burlington, Iowa:
S. J. Wilson and ber husband, who reaKle
ln Texas; also tha heirs of Daniel MeKib
ben, mon of Hannah) whose name and piaoa
of residence are unknown; children andl
grand children of Hannah McKlbben. aiut
Jane Miller, who real da in Sdvlilej. ilay
haskle eoonty.Iowa: . ,
Will take notice that T. L Glllmer. Ad
ministrator with the will annexed of Ta
mer Linn, deceased, on the &IA day of
June, A. D. 173, Hied hia petition In U
Probate Court within and for the County of
Trumbull and Stale of Ohia, alleging mat .
the personal estate of said deceased Is In-
sufficient to pay the debts and legacies ami
the charges of administering her estate.
That she died seized ln fee simple of the
following described real estate situate im
said eoti uly , 10 vit : Bounded on the west
by tne centre of the west branch of the Ma
honing River, on the south by land of Geo.
Schwilley. Horace and Marvin Alien, ami
Henry Tayior, on toe east oy the centre ur .
the highway leading from fcewton Falls frj
Kale Creek, and on the north by Qaarvv
street, and contains about seventy (7 W acres
of laad, be the same more or leas.
Also, the following lots situate In fa vll- -lage
ot Newton Fails, County and State
aforesaid, and known aa sub-dlviaiana 1 3.
11 and 13. Also a triangular piece. Ail of '.
said lots ln great lot sixty-three (G3i and '
contain about one-fourth of au acre each.
For a more particular description or said .
lots as to size and position, see map of Sew- "
ton Falls, recorded June 30, 137. ,
The nrr.verof said Million la for a sale or
said premises for the payment of debts, '.
legacies and charges aforesaid- Bald Detl !
tion will be for bearing oa tha Mm day of
August, A. D. 1S73, or.aa soon therea nrnt aa. -
leave can oecoi&inea.
lhUaA31.lilLi.XEK, Adas' r
with the will annexed of the tstateoi Ta
mer Linn, deo'd.
K ewton Falls, July M.137S.4W.1 1.. ---.
SPECIAL TERM of THE COURT :
OF COMMON FLEAS.
i ae 9ww ot inunwui euvnty. as.
Ta the Clerk of the Court at """""
Pleas ef said county.
I hereby direct tnat a special term muji
Court of Common Fleas be held ln end '.or
said connty, commencing on Aaguat It,
1473. at 10 o'uloca, a. m. for the wpoae ef
transacting the following business. ta wilt
The trial ofthe case of Backus, Williams
A Co., vs. uooert a. Foliar, jteauvar of Uie -A.
A G. W. Railway, Co.
The trial of the case of BamaelrfJnrnev.
et. si. vs. the Atlantic and Great Western
Railway Company, et. at.
The hearing tne application or Kooert B. '
Potter, Receiver of the A. 6c G. W. Railway
Co., to bo discharged from hi datles as
Receiver, and to pay over the money ln hia , ,
hands in accordance with an order nereto
fora made bv the Supreme Court of tha
btate of New Tora.
Von are hereby directed to summons sl
jury to attend said term, to enter this order
on the iournala of said Court, and oubiishi
this notice for lour consecutive weeks in law 1
Western Reserve Chronicle, a caper pao
lished In said county. C. . GlXuDE-N'.
, Warren July 14, 1573. Juthra. .
Tki rVTATa ot Ohio. -
Tbc kbcll Couittt, as. I, M. C. Hart, -Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas ln and
sor said county and 8tat, do hereto certify
the above and foregoing to be a true, correct
aad complete copy ofthe order of the JoUge '
of SHid Court at said time, as appears upon ,
the Journal of said Court.
fT. H witness my offlctal sdgnltureand seal .
of onr said Con rt.tii is 141a day of J ttiy.
A.D. W73. CHART, . ,
July Id, 137-4t, -iti.:. Clersu-
At a meeting of the Council of Ike Ctrw
of Warrea. Ohio, held Juiy 11, k3. thara
waa adopted tne following resolution. U .
wit : "Resolved by the Council of tha city
of Warren. Ohio, two-thirds of the number
concurring, that It Is deemed necessary to
grade, pave, and Improve that part ot afar- ;
ket street, from Elm street to We west aid's i
of taeA-Y. A P. Railroad, according 'u
Slana, profiles, and specifications now oa
ie in tne .Mayor's Office. " All personal) av
lng objectiona, - or claiming aauaseii or .
reason of said grading, paving, and Im
provement, are hereby notified to hie the .
same In writing with the City Clerk, on or -before
the ot a day ef August. 1&73, or be fur- .
ever thereafter debarred. The ground! for
snob, objections, as well as a description ef
the property in question, aad the aiaonai' -
of damages claimed, if anv, should be buiy .
stated. XW. HOYT, '
July is. 1873-R cnyctwrr. ,
LEGAL NOTICE: .
State of Ohio. Trnmbnll connty. is.
111 loon k tvnusva riaw. .vwimic -,
Victor Luxeull, HI'S", vsr Ostaaee I -axe- 1
nil. Deft. The defoliant, whose resilience k .
aaknown, will take aotloe that on tha, -
Hh day of July, 1373, the plalnutr filed hia -petition
ln the Court of Common Plea,. -praying
to be divorced from said tie fen daa -on
the ground of adulterv and. will al as-- ,'
senoe for the period of lb ree years last fasa.
bald cause will be for trial at the next leraa
said Coon, VICTOR LUJt.w 13a,.
By So tn a a Htewari, nis Aityn,
July 14. ls7-t .
Joseph Habn. Pit' is. A. H. Kvans,
Del t. Before Henry Uamiiton, J. P., of
Brookfield townsnip lrumnuu county, ut
1 m the alxtduuiA day of Juue. 173. said
Justice lssoed an order of attachment iu
his action for the sam of sixty-twodoliara, -Said
action 1? set for hearing on tne 1st u.
Augoat, 1873. at ten o'clock, A. M.
July 14. 1S73-31. ,- -., ,
WHILE THE SUN WAS SHI
KING. A very attractive new ball
with splendid aeeompanimeata by FrevV
Kenyan Jonts; at ADAJW ijook Btor