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Wtxu Txtsnk Cbrcnidt.
C. A. ADAMS,
O. N. HAPOOOD,
Warren, "Wednesday, June 6.
13th of July People's State Convention.
To tbc Fkkxm of Fkekdok in Ohio:
At a meetin of the Uepo'.lican State Central Com
mittee, anointed 1 the Ai.ti-Jielr.iskl Convention
which assembled in Columbus on the 13th of July,
1864. it a resolved in committee with the public
voire, that a Republican State Convention, to be com
posed of Delegates chosen by the independent Ami
Nebraska voters of Ohio, who particited in the glori
innnh of taut tear, and snch others as may sym-
palhiae with them, e calletl, to meet in the city of
Columbus, on Friday, the I3lh of July, IMS, for the
lHirpoae of nominating candidates for the following
offices, to wit Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Auditor
of State, Treasurer of State, Secretary of State, Attorney
General. 31eniler of the board of Public IVorks, and
two Judges of the Supreme Court.
In compliance willi the usual rule of representation
adopted in Stale Convention, it was resolved that the
r ra'io of representation in the Convention lo assemble
OB the 13th of July next, should be one delegate for
eveiy five hundred votes cast in each county at the
last election for Jutlj-e of the Supreme Court, and also
one additional Delegate for every fractional TOte so
cast exceeding two hundred and fifty. .
By the apportionment of the Committee, the Con
vention will consist of 371 delegates, and Trumbull
County will be entitled to 6 Delegates.
It is recommended by the Committee that the Re
publican friends of Freedom in each County meet at
the usual place of holding County Conventions, on
Saturday, the 7th of July, for the purpose of choosing
Delegates, according to the above apportionment, to
represent Loom in the State Convention to be held on
When it is considered that, in addition to the officers
for the Executive Departments of the State Itovernment.
there is to be chosen a General Assembly, upon whi:h
will devolve the duty of selecting a U. S Senator, to
fill the place of Hon. B. F. M ist, whose term expires
in '57, and before which will come many measures of
Reform in the domestic policy of our Suite, the impor
tance of the approaching election will be comprehended
by ourreuccting fellow -citizens.
If the outraee niion the richts of the Free States hi
the repeal of the Missouri restriction, made it a duty
last year to bnrj all minor ntcerences in a unitea enorc
to arrest the progress of the Slave power, how much
stronger has that duty become by the more recent exhi
bition of fraud and violence at the Kansas elections,
and the denial of the rights of citizenship and the pos
session of property to free eilitew. of Missouri and
Kansas ? The day of compromises" has gone by.
Tk thewfor. anneal to our fellow-citizens to be active
and vigilant. Send up a delegation to the 13th of July
Convention like mat wnicn tnonnieu ivi yr-.n , im
pressed with the magnitude of their mission. represent
ing the dignity of the State and the will of their consti
tuents, and assuredly success will again crowu our
A P. 8T0SE, Chairman.
L. 6. TAX SLYCK, Secretary.
It is encouraging to sec the unanim
ity with which the large majority of the
opposition papers of this State express
their opinions with regard to the organ
ization of the Republican Party, and the
feeling in favor of uniting again, all the
forces, to do battle with the rro-slavery
hunker Democracy. Those too who have
been most ultra in their attachment to
the different branches of the new paity,
are giving day by day stronger indica
tions of their willingness to cast aside
all minor issues, questions, and prefer
ences for men, and to give their hearty
assistance in rolling up the largest ma
jority ever given in any state in this
Union, and add another to the rebukes
administered by the North, to an Ad
ministration which has proved so trait
orous. -The whole country is looking
upon the action of Ohio with the deepest
interest, and if there ever was a time
when men were called upon to sacrifice
personal predelictions and preferences,
and to consider themselves members of
one great party, acting for one great
common end, that time is now. This we
are happy to say is the almost universal
sentiment. To (hose papers out of our
State who have gratuitously offered their
advice upon matters which it is utterly
impossible they can understand, we have
no thanks to render, but ask, so far as
our State is concerned, only one favor ;
and that is, in the language of the Cleve
land Herald, that-tbey let us alcne. ;
We give below an article from the
Ashtabula Sentinel, which clearly points
out the course that should be pursued,
and which, knowing the influence that
papers exerts, we have read with no lit
tle pleasure: :
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lAULrtAUAAl 1bauinaiiu a aui l .
The Rational Era has an elaborate arti
cle advocating the " re-organization of
the Independent Democracy." We firii!
its sentiments endorsed by the Columbi
an, also with a general recommendation
of the matter for consideration, to the
members of that party. Conceding all
the importance of the reasons by which
this project is is backed up, we are un
conscious of either the necessity or pro
priety of any such move, especially in
Ohio. . -
The Free Soilers of Ohio, lastyear.had
the good fortune to meet, upon tieir cum
platform, the greatest majority of voters
ever known in Ohio, making a clean
sweep of the State upon the issue that,
of all others, they would have preferred
to conduct a campaign "A covenant
VOW, tO RESIST THE SPREAD OF SLAVERY, I
under whatever shape or color it may be
attempted.". (See 2d resolution, Re-J
publican Convention July 13th, 1854.)
An organization was then formed, into
whicli we entered with full faith and
affection, with an hundred thousand oth
ers, from the old Whig and Democratic
That new party thus foimed, seemed
to us as completely answering every dc- j
i i? 01 i i j.. i
eigu vi uiu uwu i ree outt or luuepcaucDi
Democratic organization ; and we still
so view it. We therefore see no sort of
necessity for reorganizing our old party;
but we see in such an attempt danger of
great-mischief to say nothing of justly
exposing ourselves to the ridicule of sen
sible men. We bear the same relation
now to the Republicans, that the old.
Liberty men did to the Free Soil party,
in 1843. - They remained in it, and
stuck by it, to do the pood it afforded j
the means of doing. We should puisue
the same wise course now ; and- vie know
the Free Soilers of litis part of Ohio
think of nothing else. We consider our
selves of the Republican party, intend to
act with it and useevery effort inourpo-
.r to preserve it in its present position of
honor and usefulness. w e will not le ivc
it, and those of our opponents who count
on our parting company with the Repub
licans are woefully mistaken. With all
respect for our friends of the Era and
Columbian, we think, for Ohio, our best
course is that which wc adopted last
year. In a National point -of view, it
might be otherwise, though we do not
see it so.
Thecause of Freedom imperative-y de
mands of every man whose heart is in
that he should unite his efforts with all
that he can, to secure the success of the
rigitt. We should compromise no prin
cip.'es, but yield any noa-essential. For
our own part, we are not to be driven
out of the Republican party. We have
eniisled for the war ; and wc shall be
found fighting tiil the li.-t stronghold ot
tyranny is taken. We want to go into
the field this year on the same isue :i;
last : and we shall not ask a man from
what party he came, whereiie was born,
or care whether he shouts "Liberty,"
. T 'l ' ft .1... r i
or "j'reiueu, tu turn, ii cumes Hum i,.s
heart, a.nd he has the soul to act his
Fiee. Levis' Hotel at the, centre of
Nelson, Portag county, was burned one
week ago last Saay- The fire was
caused by accident, (rom a pail of ashes.
The Democratic Party.
The New York Herald supported this ;
party, and the election of Mr. Pierce in
152. As raU desert a sinking ship, il
las abandoned the sinking party, and;
tells some truths which may not be quite ,
palatable to some people hereabouts.
It thus defines the position of the inoin
tible Democratic party :
' And what of thegreat national Dem
ocratic party ? Coming into power with
(ren. Pierce, as, with a whirlwind, upon
the Union sentiment of the country,
where ia it now ? It is a myth and a
n ockery. There is no such thing as a
national Democratic party. It is de
funct. The Administration which was
to have perpetuated its ascendency, lias
brought it lo tuddeu destruction. Dis-oro-auzied
and broken up, where are the
fragments of this mighty party I We
find the Pierce Van Bim-n Free Soil
faction of the North tending to an al
liance with the Seward coalition , while
here and there in the Souih the remnant
of the great army of 1852 keeps up but
a feeble show of an organization upon
the basis of the public plunder, while the
"nationals" of the party have been frit
tered awaj. There can be no re-organization
of the national Democracy,
then, short of the total abandonment o!
this treacherous ami ruinous Administra
tion, and as there is no prospect of a
general movement to this end while the
spoils hold out at Washington, we must
look elsewhere for a great national Uni
on party lor 156."
To Our Contributors.
We are daily in the receipt of articles
for publication. Now we are thankful
to our friends who thus kindly relieve us
of a portion of our labor, and will gladly
insert in the Chronicle any and ull pro
ductions which in our judgment will in
terest its readers, but we must be ex
cused from boring them, and ourselves,
with long prosy articles upon subjects in
which the public can feel little interest,
and which only serve to vent the spleen
of the writers.
The articles must be short, and to the
purpose, and the writer's name ginve.
A communication entitled 'Agitation,'
will appear in our next.
Proper Verdict. Miss Mary Iled
rick has recovered a verdict of 87,000
in the Supreme Court at Cincinnati, for
the breach of a marriage contract. The
proof showed a long intimacy sought by
the defendant, to the exclusion of all oth
er visitors at his own instance, and the
desertion of his victim after her health
was broken down and her fair name dis
honored. The state of facts warranted
the jury in finding an implied marriage
contract, and the damages assessed are
none too exemplary. We trust Mr.
Henry Protzman has the ability, and
will be made to fool the bill.
The Coming Harvest. So flattering
is the prospect so heavy and thick, with
its deep dark green, stands the wheat
so fully covered are the fruit trees with
odorous blossoms and the rich grass
stands up so proudly that the veriest
croaker in the land has to keep his mouth
shut. There never was before in Lick
ing county a more glorious prospect of a
mott abundant harvest, Xewark Times.
Our exchanges from all parts of this
State, tell but one tale. The prospect
for crops of all kinds of grain, were nev
A Deserved Compliment. The Ohio
State Board of Agriculture, at its late
session, adopted a resolution, authoriz
ing the distribution of 200 copies each
of the Ohio Cultivator and Ohio Farmer,
among those who draw premiums at the
next State Fair This is a deserved com
pliment to two of the best Agricultural
papers of the West.
Crops ix Indiana. Crops are un
usually promising in that Stale, quite for
ward, and the weather delightful. They
have had no frosts this spring to injure
vegetation in the least. There,, as in all
'other sections of the West, there is far
more than the average quantity of grain
Bask at New Castle, Pa. The New
Castle Gazette says that a large amount
has been subscribed to the capital stock
of the Bank, since the opening of the
books by the commissioners. It will be
found a safe depository for surplus funds
and will yield a good dividend.
The Reign op Art. In this wonder
ful age, Art lays her master touches on
almost every thing. The ceilings over
us and the carpets we trf ad on. are hal.
lowed by Art. Art winds the railway i
. , , .' I
through the mounu ns and the mud ,
makes her machines of wood and iron to
act as if with knowledge, and annihilates 1
space with lightning tamed down io the I
tutelar of a bov. Nothing is too Inf.v i
for her touch and nothing too humble.
w 0 J
A new proof of this old conviction, has;
just fallen under our notice, in the shape
of a Cathartic Pill, from the Labo:a-
lory of that world renowned Chemist, Dr.
. . j: ver.
If we understand the subject, he has
carried that article to the farthest p-i fee-
w.... vaptu.c. ..asieau ol
employing Drugs in its crmposhion, as !
we Jiaa alway thought the necessary ;
and only way, he has with consummate
skill extracted the virtues of the inedi-1
eilH'S tit hf m nlnvpil anil 4nm)iliii1 tti,.,., 1
idone in their purity together. The
composite is men mixed and rolled by j
machinery and steam power, into a spe-!
ro,d pill, which u wrapped in an envelop !
of gelatine, for protection from the ef-:
lec.s ct weather or time, and then thick-1
.j w..c. to ervc as us pass-
port -over the palate. Notwithstanding
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1 .,! .:.!. . : I
ui una lauoieu peneeuou lliev are Oiler-
ed lo the public at less than one cen! :
each. However humble the department, '
we think this may be safely character".- '
, , . . .
zed as the consummation of Art inr.s hue. .
Morning Xcics, Bali. ',
Bishop of Buffalo, after adopting all sorts
of arguments and threats against the St.
a llireais against Hie St.
hurch in that city, even
. ,. , , ,
munication, to force the
Louis Catholic CI
conveyance of the property to himself,
has finally relented, and has withdrawn'
curse. A preacher has been assign- j
td them, and they are gnin in commu-;
But he did not get the deed.
The "Administration Man."
In one of our exchanges we find the
portrait of one of this genus. As the
tribe Js decreasing rapidly, and will
soon be extinct, this will be valuable to'
some future Gibbon or Hume when gath-
eiing material for a history of the "Lo t
Tribes." We copy :
" The 'Administration Man" is pt-rma
nenily and thoiciighly a p;irty man.
He believes thai he can iu no way so
well serve his country as by serving his
party. No doabl he thinks there is
somewhat of real patriotism in being
ever true and loyal to the favoiite po
litical Sect ot one's adoption. So he goes
with his party, right or wrong, lie says
he belitves in Democracy that is to
say, the 'Democracy' of our countiy.
Vet why he is it 'Democrat he cannot
explain. Probably, however, he became
so by the law of hereditary descent.
Should you enquire of him, and he
should answer honestly, as men some
times jIo, his syllogism very likely would
run ihus : 'My grandfather was a demo
crat, my father was a democrat, and
consequently, I a :i a democrat. Or for
another reason equally as good anil rea
sonable, because he finds by personal
experiment that it pays the best. But
no matter, he is now a democrat he is
tiic administiation man. Whither it
leads him, he follows. If he understands
that any doctriue or dogma, has been
conceived or is endorsed by the Admin
istration, he puts on the most acquies
cent b.-havior, asks no questions, and
forthwith 'goes it. Does he believe in
slavery extension ? It is an Adminis
tration measure he does. Does he be
lieve the fugitive slave bill is correct 1
The Administration favors it he does.
Does he think we need Cuba to render
better security to our domtstic institu
ions? The Administration thinks so
he does. Does he believe in opening the
! free leriitorics to the forcible sovereignty
of slaveholders feuch is the party
policy, and he will not dissent. And
then, of course, he thinks our last war ex
isted by the set of Mexico that the in
solent settlement of Grey town was beau
tifully disposed of that the South will
up and 'dissolve the Union' unless it can
have its own way in short, he believes
all the necessary nonsense calculated to
make him and distinguish him a good
' Adminstratiou man.' One way, we
confess, we rather like the man. You
always know just where to tiud him
there is no guessing or querying about it.
He is so firm and unwavering whatever
question is certainly and sufficiently ad
ministrationish, upon that question he is
certainly and sufficiently sound.
" As an editor, he is most preciously
conservative. In our opinion, a slight
morsel of pity is due him. He has to be
doggedly submissive to his rubers. They
lead him into all manner of errors, cm
barrassmetiLi, blunders, and contradic
tions. He can assert no sound s. If-original
truth to day, lest he be called to deny
it to morrow. At the top of his column
he sports the name of the parly nominees,
il matters little who they are or where
they come from. Forsooth, he may at
heart be a temperance mac; but if the
leaders and regular candidates are consu
late rummies, he must graciously over
look it, and lay his temperance inclina
tions on the shelf. If, perchance, the
Administration would send hi in on a negro-hunting
excursion, as, presuming
upon his readiness for such business, by
his position and principles, it might well
do he must forthwith drop his pen,
throw down his paper, and put off with
hypocritical alacrity and zeal in the dis
charge of his constitutional (?) duties.
He sometimes glorifies Jefferson and Jef
fersonian democracy To the topmost
clouds; but when he undertakes to insti
tute a comparison between them and
Pierce and latttr day democracy, he
often lo-es his balance, becomes delicious
iy bewildered, und quits in a wretched
state of excitement. In his sober mo
ments, he sits down and wonders if there
really is such a difference. But he re
members his vocation, and soon is a real
'old fogy' again."
Serving in the Penitentiary by Deputy.
Wc have once or twice alluded to the
case of Muir, the rich ratcal of Ripley
county, who was lately sentenced lo the
Penitentiary for forgery. We find the
following anecdote of him in the Law
Old Mr. Muir, who was sentenced to
the Penitentiary from Jennings county
lately, is a pietty hard case. He has
long went unwhipt of justice. We be
lieve the Riplty folks had about given
up trying to convict the old man.
t-'iiue his convict' on, a good one is told
on the old man, exhibiting his dogged
stubbornesr. It runs thus : A friend of
Muir, after his conviction, asked him how
it happened, as he had certainly extri
cate I himself from several much harder
cases than this one. "Oh!" said the old
man, " my witnesses thought they could
extort ten dollars a piece for swearing
me out of the scrape, when I never, in
all of my life, paid ever S5, and have
fquently only paid 62,5(1 for the best
kind of swearing, rive dollars is all it
fa worth It u ,ibel.a, price. t io1J
them I would see them in Tophet before
1 would pay over 5. I am determined
to Iet suuU villians know that they can
not .practice their vile extortion i upon
Why, don't you think a fellow asked
rae 20 "per month to serve my time ou
in the Penitentiary. 1 told liim 1 would
U'ive uirn 15 and not one cent more,
f"r is B" k ',s wurlh: - TI,B l lbor nul,J
not be so hard as making staves or g:rJ-
j n igjj ,reL.s jjy property came too
hard lo be paid out at such rates."
Slave Case at Columbus.
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ra;.j to jiay the costs t.f the proceed
wj fav tha( twQ
fc u before Juj,,e
of tl)c g e Co(1,.( Monday
,,; ,, by a w-ril of habeas corpus, to
- - . .1 e .1 .,n ,i
inquire into the cause of their alleged
1t . d,,k.nllim bv tlll. masU.r a
F , f v " 0rieans en route
for Ellr.,jc. TIle iris when interroga-!
lcJ ; tw resseiI a i&ire to go!
wi(h llidr masU.r auJ ,Loy
K.d ((J d) juj,re S. remarked that!
,!C , .!)is wou J be Jeci;
I t: of the
an j a wou, j Hc)llliesce.
Tu. ,vj fur ,c writ nJ
I J 11. 3
. G,:E" 1SpE"IJf TI.o Sag-
maw, Mich., bnterprize ot lne 1 ill, says
..KJ(,y fiet tll!l(reJ forty-wen
rvvi tlf boards three-fourths of them one
'inch in thickness and the bahuice li- in
Lxcommuxication ci.es were 'saned yesterday at li,c"j;cw
mill ef John A. Westei velt Co., at
tlrely supersede the upright, doing the
work much smoother nnd lar more rap
Ids iJ!y th:.n by the old method."
Bit er are domestic sweets which are
CanoUon, in fify Jive turn le-). by the
v-anoi.ou, ia jij y jive imu to, .) me j
circular saw put up by F. H. Pel mont of j
Saiuaw City. There is hardly a doubt
lh - Jje cir S;IW is t
preserved in family jars.
Parks the Murderer.
L'ive below txtracU from the;
Cleveland pap n of May 31st anljam-;
2J. describing the list scenes in the life j
of Parks, who was tried and convicted of j
murder of Boalson at Cuyahoga!
Falls, some two years since: ,
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Attempted biiciDE ok 1 auks !-Just j
bel,.ro one o clock, and immediately at -
tertue lurnkey had left the cell 01
Parks a cry as of su lden pain was !
heard from it 1 he 1 urnkev lu.r.e,!, i
and tound that Parks had cut his throat.
Dr. Nrong was sent for, an i upon exam-.
maiion tound that a deep gash haJ been j
cut in the rigni side of ihe ..ec . t arks,
with v.olenceand curs.ng. resisled every
eiWl ot the Doctor to staunch the flow
of blood anJ w,.h hwuwn hands en i
to tear wider the wound. Al
last lie was overco i.e an I Ins hands
, . . - . it . . . .
chained behind h.m Weakness soon
followed the loss of b!o..d, and he be !
uni.t.i -iimi-i r.in Tin int.ni il.i .iii. 17,u '
Execution of Parks. The eventful
career of this remarkable man term in a
ted yesterday allernoon at pre . isely four
minutes after one o'clock. Some f.iiuL
hopes weie entertained by the more hu
mane portion of community, that his
wound would prove fatal, and that he
would be found dead in the morning ;
but fate seemed to have decieed that he
should be hanged. During most of the
niirht he slept soundly, and in the morn
ing he seemed more than usually chjcr
ful. He spoke of his approaching fate
with great calmness, and expressed a
readiness to undergo his terrible punish
ment. About fifty persous were present at his
execution, including the sheriff and offi
cers of the jail, his counsel at his late
trial, reporters for the press and citizens
who had been invited. There was a
strange seriousness in every countenance,
and a mysterious silence in every cull ;
for all the prisoners were carefully lock
ed up. Parks lay on a p diet in the cor
ridor, securely handcuffed and mana
cled, presenting a ghastly picture to the
spectators, who beheld before them the
pale face and the rigid limbs of the man
who had for more than two years furn
ished the people of Norheni Ohio with an
ever new subject of conversation, with a
never fading image of all that is cold,
calculating, and f.-arless. And there he
lay, with scarcely the power to harm un
insect a picture, tvh ch, if it had belong
ed to a belter man, might have moved a
heart of stone to pit) .
At ten minutes lifter eleven o'clock, the
sheriff asked him whether he was leady.
He replied in the affirmative, and his
limbs were unbound.
At fifteen minutes before twelve, he
finished his cigar, swallowed a mouthful
of brandy and water, and told the sheriff
that he was ready. He mounted the
scaffold with a f eble step, but with an
undaunted air, and after resting a few
minute called for some brandy and wa
ter, and made a speech to the spectators,
which, though desultory in its character,
contained some exquisite touches of pa
thos and tloquence. The following is
the closing paragraph.
It is a sad thing to be cut off in the
prime of life, from a wife who has done
so much for me, and from my child that
I love so tenderly ; for I have some ten
der feelings left. And my aged parents,
nearly eighty years of age; oh, never
let them know the fate of their son. I
thought I should have been able to keep
from them the news of my ignominious
fate. (Here his utterance was choked
by sobs, and some time elapsed before
he was able to proceed.) It was for the
sake of these dear ones I hat I attempted,
yesterday, to put an end to my lite. 1
wish now that I had succeeded, and that
I had been found a corpse this morning.
But oh, spare my poor old father and
mother the news of my fate. I have
read the Bible thoroughly, and had I
conformed to the precepts of Jesus Christ
I should not now be here ; but we can
not undo what has been done. Would
to God that I could ; but I am not guil
ty of this murder. (Starting suddenly
from his seat and stepping on the drop.)
I am ready to meet my God. I am not
guilty of murder, either premeditated or
He sat down, wiped the cold sweat off
his lace, and his limbs were pinioned ;
he then rose up and the rope was adjust
ed round his neck. He requested the
sheriff to permit him to give the signal,
and a bankerchief was handed lohim.
Just before the white cap was drawn
down over his face, he exclaimed, in an
audible voice, "I die an innocent men."
He gave the signal, and at precisely four
minutes past one o'clock, the drop fell,
precipitating him about six feet, and
breaking his neck at the first joint.
Thus died James Parks died as he
had lived a stranger to lear, a mischief
lo himself, an incomprehensible mystery
to others, a contradiction to the laws of
Disastrous State of Affairs.
The extract from a letter dressed
lo the Cincinnati Commercial,
dated upper Red River, Claiborne Par
ish, La., April 23d, 1855, contains start-
ling intelligence :
"Such a state of things never existed ,
before. As yet Ihe Red River has j
not been navigable, and not a bale of
Uotton has been shipped. Ihousands
ar.d tens of thousands of biles are on !
h.inU ,,r ti,o TTrtrvo,. I?., .1 IN....- ..A I
iiw uuiinJ wa tnv J- JV A V- IA Jtll VI iUU(
its tributaries, awaiting a rise. Not i
only have the people tailed to get their ,
Colon off, but as a neeessarv con-t-.
no supplies have reached us of
any kind. We have no railioad com-'
munication, and the pc pie. wealthy 1
though manv of ihem are, are in an alarm-i
ing state of destitution. Flour
!9J per barrel, and not to be had with
in ninety miles ; Corn is commanding c2
per bushel, and other things in propor
tion. Sad Events. Daring a recent pic-nie
excursion 'f t"e Second Universalis!
Church in Cincinnati, three of the vouiv
men crossed the- Ohio in a b jit. On re
turning, the skiff was capsized and John
Wesley Darant was drowned, the others
escaping on a rifi. Durant v:ts a voting
man of much promise, the principal sup
port of a widowed mother.
Two young la. lies, daughters of Mr.
Samuel Osgood and E. G. Burling, were
drowned at Eaitcln ster, near New Yoik,
on Wednesday. They were out hunting
wild flowers, came to a small stream,
went in to bathe, and were fo-.in I below
a little waterfall ia .1 deen iiiki!. Hnlli
ihe young ladies were the idols of their
families, and were forineilv residents f
iev 1 ork.
Killed. Las', week Monday, Mr. John
L. Mills, of Wadsworih, in this county,
was killed, by bt in thrown from a wai-
ihe Lor.H-s iook I114111 aud ran.
ll.iowm- him out an-l injuring .,ni s .
ecverely that he survive 1 but ha f ;;n
hour. Mr. Mills was a young man who
was much respected by all who knew
him. lie wasabcmt24year$o!t!, and un-j
married. Medina Gazette. j
From the New York Tribune.
ANOTHER OUTRAGE IN KANSAS.
A Citizen Kidnapped.
LEAVENWORTH, Kansas, May 18, 1855.
Yesterday ant ther outrage was mflict
the ted upou our devoted territory by the
Missouri brigands. Fourteen of these
ru"i:ins crossed the river and seizing Mr.
Wm p,,;,, lle of ar most h.telhgent,
!tnt. r fl!lJ respectable citizens. caTricd
.,,,, ack wi ,, lbvm I;lnJej mM
oa ,,le , .,c of t)e )efore
t,,e ,u of lhtf ,..ce ,;aJ cok.cWi to.
0 (1,.u.rmil,1(. whiU lo j anJ lllL.n
; was ,ou f(K u of .m Ilknown
numl)lr ruffi .,,, ,):inlits le
,(.r ; m i;ivi lullKli!1(.i, ou lhe
MlM(Uri h;,,c f lhe Jlivi.r. T)US poor
vm W ls u tU.. , (lf a
it.sa ..U, who took him sevral miles in
dcavored to (llilt a,curjuJ lanJ of t.,,ains and SI a-
,. ,,. ., i , ... ..- i
,erv, an I there, having o.herwiso insul-
Cll-,linlf shilVu;1 OU(. hi,,0 of ,lis head,
l:i j il his cIott.es off and tarred and
fcaUlt.ro. huu. Then they rode him on
a rail 1 miles and back, and put him up
at auction and soli him for one dollar as
an insult to such as oppose the pur. base
and sale of Slaves. The mau who pur
chased him took him home with him and
he has not been heard ofsince. Mr. Phil
lips is a young married man lately of Mas
sachusetts, a lawyer of seme considerable
wtalth, and his only offense was that of
contesting the election in his District
(XVIih) which was cast aside and a new
eleciion ordered. His life was then
threatened, together with Mr. McCrea's,
who, having learned the fact, informed
Phillips ar.d advised him to arm, which
he neglected even after the attack upon
McCrea and his killing Clark after being
struck by hi.n with ;i deadly weapon and
shot at. Phillips still persisted in main
taining thalno uumberof persons could be
found to attack him fur the mere exercise of
the rights of every American citizen ; and
thus he was taken yesterday without the
means of selt-defense and perhaps mar
McCrea's offense was that of putting
the eleciion in the Xth District in eou
lest aud securing certificates to two Free
S:ate mt.n. He might, however, have
escaped till after the attack upon Mr-
Phillips, had he not presented himself at
a mixed meeting where. one of the lead
ers of those brigands was present, and
sought a chance to attack him, as Mc
Crea was well known to be well-armed
and disposed to self-uefense. He was
set upon by Clark and four other ruffians,
receiving a glancing blow from Clark
and a shot through the arm by another
before killing Clark. Hie others net),
aud a general fight was about to ensue
when McCrea advised a friend to go and
get out a warrant for himself, and thus
they ( McCrea's friends) might fight un
der the shadow of the law. But the
Missouri bandits having lost their leader
backed out and became conservators of
the peace, and McCrea was given up to
the officers at Fort Leavenworth, where
he now remains of his own free will
Ha 1 he been at large the kidnappers of
Phillips might have had a hot time of it.
I have only to say in addition that the
people of the Free S:ates know but little
of our condition here, and as little of the
proper mode of securing the freedom of
Kansas, which ts lo fight. A battle or
two must be fought, a regultr pitched
general battle. Unless that is done,
more death and misery will be the ne
cessary consequence. If you want to
help us who have exposed our lives and
fortunes here lor the cause of freedom.
send us revolvers and other weapons.
I should not forget to call your atten
tion to McUrea s condition. He is poor
and needs counsel. Everything will be
done lo convict him by money, perjury,
and every other raeans within the reach
of the Missourians He has for some
eleven months been an evesore to them
His quar:el was purely that of Freedom
and his. action was purely self-defense.
A Freeman in Kansas.
The Granite State is pretty effectually
revolutionized politically, at last. The
Democrats have loit the legislature, Gov
ernor. Members of Conresi, and both
U. S. Senators.
The Legislature will assemble on the
6th of June, and the two U. S. Senators,
will have to be chosen. Messrs. uale
and Bell will probably be elected. The
official canvass of Members of Congress
has been declared, as follows : In the
first Congressional district, Mr. Kilt
rede, (Dem.) had 9,799, and Mr
Pike, (K. N.) 13,011. In the second
district, Mr. Morrison (Dem.) had 8,950,
and Mr. Tappan (K. N. ) 12,129. In
the third district, Mr. Wheeler (Dem.)
had 8,640, and Mr. Ciagn (K. N.) 11,
K'6. The aggregate mnjority of the op
position candidates over those ot the Ad
ministration is 10,177. the majority
against the Democratic candidate for
Rtilioad Commissioner1 is 9,870. In
eleven out of the twelve Senatorial dis
tricts the Democratic candidates wt re
defeated. Cleveland Ilera'd.
phia. Mr. Isaac Craig, a resident of Al
here legheny city, was maried some years
ago to a daughter of Mr. McKibben, but
a uuucuiiy arising oeiween tnem a lew
weeks since, relative loan affair, the na
H,.. tun- ci( uliieli we ilo not deem it Diudci.t
Saturday, jjr. jeremiau uco.ioocu met
Mr. Craig on St. Clair strtet. near Lib
quence, erly, and alter a short conversation about
the affair referred to, drew a revolver
from his pocket, and snapped it at Mr.
A desperate attempt to take the life of
one of our citizens was made on balur
day, by Mr. Jeremiah McKibben, son of
Mr. Chambers McKibben, formerly Post
Master of this city, and present proprie-
tor of the Merchants Hotel, in Philadel-
'o disclose, the parlies separated. V"
raig s breast, the cap CM not ex
plode, and Mr.
fearinjr that Mc-
Kibb , n intended to murder him ran up
Market street, and took refuge in Smeriz'
Shoe Ston-. Thither McKibben pur
sued him, but Craig eluded his assailant
bv passing out of the back door on Lib
erty street. McKibben hurried after
him. he again di.-charged the revolver.
but. as before, without effect. Crai
then ran into Il.trj's Hotel, where he
was secreted until McKibben was secu
red, and then tent across the rivtr to his
home. The affair caused ihe most in-tens-
cxcilemeir, and ended iu McKib
beli's being held to bail by Alderman
Steel for assault an I battery with intent
to kill. Pittsburgh Dirpa ch.
Fatal Accident in i'Kuar, Lake Co.
Mr. Morris Kilter left home on tlu
motning of the -19th, to finish a pitce cf
w.rk in the woods. Nol returning home
at the usual hour in the evening, his wile
became alarmed, moused the neighbor
'ng men, and having made a search,
found his lifeless bodv near I wo fallen
trees. The external injury done lo his
boJy w,s imperceptible. His body hav
ing been carried home, he was buried
on the following Sabbath. He was for
murimr,.ii ui.nhnla Knnni. I.
esU.cmed by all who knew him. Htr
cf, a wife an 1 chill to mourn hU lo.
ja;HW;uc Tt era,J.
Ornamental Fket-work. The eyes
of your beloved after she has been crying.
An Incident Faxon, of the Ca ro
Times, relates ihe following among ti.e
incidents of the late tire in that place,
and is personally responsible for tl em:
During the hea1 of the tire on shore,
a man was met com ng out of Arter's
store wi ll his arms full of cannisters of
niilf.ler ll stnrviu.il i.t iVio .l.wir ;n.l '
ver" coolly remarked. " Here, d n it,
somebody Take this powder and throw it
into ihe liver, my hat's on lire!" and
.... ll-l. i i t i
Sure enough his ll.lt was burning brtsttly.
Oce more Jim skirted trim the tire
.YBC . : ,, , . ,
Willi pretty gOOj Sl..ed box, wlllrh he
supDoseJ contained drv "ooJs. V ben '
lie W,1S lolvl 11 Waf pOWUer, IllS hair raised I
,,. . .,
e!r-i;.rl.r ..r. - ... . I tl... 1...,. ...i ,
down and spread his coat-tail ove! it. and
Commenced yellin-r lustily for a b'deket
- .( o J . .
Ol Water. lie iroi It aiid poured It on the
boX. assurill'' the bv St-lisli-rs lint it was
more man nan ouined up, ana it me
water had arrived a mcment later,
rnn'tlnt hmt - amwl L'.i t,t If t
OLD OUK, I LCKrtS, and all eniKioin auU ii-aea-
aritiiitc from imtfurc or denrare 1 Liie of tlie 1iIm1.
Srt tue cxir.firJiuarv cure of Wot. i. IftirivrxxL & hi-h-
Stwiiisti Mixture. He haJ ulci.ru ami -..r.- ..f th- rt
1 ra.iU-ljlili oitivfli isf Ki,-htii....,l V .. 1.-
dc5crition, and finally got so l.a.l, lie was unaMe to
waiit exvei'i on crwenes. a le itrttk-s ot Carter
as it hi cure! huntrfl of others who hare suJt-red
a-.iiisii ji.ahiic, nrepir urincr, cureti nitu.
with rheum ttisin. brai eUecUof mercury. anl j-ams and
ulcers of the boues aud joints, fiee ailvertisetueut.
WEAK, nerrous. depresel in spirits, and a prey to
innumerable menu I as aetlas physical rviU. the vic
tim to dyspepsia it inde.l an o'-ject of commiseration.
Vet it is a surd for him Ut dt-.i.air. We care hot low
low. weak, nerrnu and irrit iiile he may he. the eor-
dial properties of Kooll inds ti-rmau Hiiters, prep;ircd
hy lr. C. l. Jackson. Philadelphia, are stronger than
the many hea ted monster which is preying upou his
bo-iy and mlml ; and if he chooses to try jhem, we will
insure a speedy cure. See advertisement, jun. 6-lu,
I WILL N KVEU BE WITIIOIT THEM" "
SitTFotit. Vermilion Co., IK., May 3f 150.
Mr. SEi.t.r.is: llavin x us-il yiur Liver Fills, Couh
Pynip and Vrmifure iu my family for more thau three
years. 1 .telive I am iut;fid in sayinx to the utlie.
that they ari decid.illy ihe '-est family mt-dtcttit: now
in ue. I will never he without theia unless th-y can
not he had at anv cost. In this section of tlie country
they have saved hundreds of dollars in doctors iilis.
1 would recommend the Liver I'll) in preference to
anvihiug else, for an enlargement uf the splueu.
James ash more.
To TITE PraLlC The rijiimal. mm if trut amd gemmime
Liver Pills are ureiKired by II- K. Sellers, and have his
name In miuck ksx upou the lid of each box, and his
signature on the outside wrappers sll omitKS ake
co KTttuM. or UAK IMlT.rio.
Prepared and sold by R. . SELLERS & Co., Pitts
l.ur'h. Pa. j 1 lm
Shooting Affair. The Markets.
..2 00 Frtthers. P 11...... 50
.....V. Tallow, liS
Wheat, P Imliel..
Corn, in ear "
- Bhelle.1, "
Dried Apples ..
..1 (K il.ird....
. " SI
ti 7 1
, 2 ii
r Wool,.. - .
l-2,'i;rheese, ' .
3.' a I Is Candles, .
2 i",3l Hotter. .
Bacon Shoulders, f B . -f.-.i.t, f barrel,.
Sides, ' O'.H.jur,
Su rar Cured Hams,
12'.j t'.lgi, P dozen,.,
lijlliy, (i tun,
AN O 11 D I X A N 0 E,
EntitleJ au onlinauce to keep tu repair the S de-Walks
within the Incoii-orate-i tillage of Uarren, aud to
kecu them free fruiu uaiig.T.
Be it mrti'iined Ay (A Ceci f the Intmrpmrmtti
Vtiig of Harrem ;
Se . 1 i'hat all side waits in said VilLijce, heretofore
ret U i red to te matte by the s.Teral owucrs of lots
aajuiuiug said side-walks, areuaidj to the sereral by
Iisfs or ordinances heretofore passed, ami all si le-walks
that may henceforth le onlered to be made in like man
ner, h iii heiicefortli be re wired and kej4 in rejiair,
from tiuie to time, by said several owners, at their ex
pense, to be charged ami held as a lien on their sereral
lots so ailj iiniiis -id side-walks as aforesaid.
See. t. ihu where any of said side-walks h ive here
tofore been, or may hereafter be ordered, to be ma le of
stone or brick parements, in any puticular vjauner,
and of auy particular width, the auie shall lie repaired
an I krjit iu repair with like materials, and in like mau
uer and width, by the several owners of adj iuio lts,
each repairini? and keeping iu rejair the side walks
opposite aud aijotuiug his lud.
Sc. 3. Tliat where any of said side-walks hare here
to fore been, or hereafter ma) Ire ( ermitted by ortliuance
to be constructed of plank, ou sleepers, the same shall
heucefortli be repaired anU kept in repair by the several
owners of adjoining lots, using either plank, stone or
brick, At their option, and when pUnk sliall be used,
the same sliall be spiked down to the sleejwrs and laid
crosswise thereof; provided, that where tlie planks here
tofore laid lengthwise of the walk, are still giMxJ.ueeiliug
but small repair, the same may be repaire i and cantin
a.d as they are, until general dec iy occurs, and thor
ough repairs shall become uecessary.
4. That the constructing aud repairing of all
siile-walks. Ire under the superintendence aud direction
of th Street Commissioner of said village, whose dhty
it shill be to see that all side-walks are kept in good
repair, for the safety and convenience aud comfort of
the inhabitant of village, tic sltail examine
idea.dsis from time to time, and whenever and wher
ever he shad hud the same out of repair and iu anywise
dangerous, he sliall forthwith notify tlie owner of the
lot a ijoibiug said walk, to rej-air the same, and it shall
be the duty of said owner forthw ith to repair said walk
agreeably t a this ordinance, at his or her own proper
expense, lu case the owuer shall be abscut or Don
resident, so that the Commissioner caauut promptly
and conveuien.ly give such notice, then he may uotify
the aent of such owner, or tlie occupier of said lot, to
make said reair forthwith. Iu case the owner, or his
agent, or the occupier of said laud, alter notice as afore
said, shall neglect or rtfuse to proceed forthwith, or in
a reasonable time, to make said repairs, then tt shall
be tlie tluty of said Street Commissioner to provide ma
terials and make said reiiairs, aud keep au accurate
account of ail the expenses of Utor, materials and su
perinteudance attending the- same and chargeable to
said .ot. and present the same to the Councils, and the
aaaie shall be audited and aUntved to him, and paid out
ef the appropriate fund in the Treasury of said village,
by au order on the Treasurer, aud said account, so aud
ited and allowed, shall le a lien and charge upon said
lot, aud tlie owner of said lot shall be bouud to pay the
same, and the same shall le recovered of the owner,
with coats, in a civil action, aud by attachment, if he le
a non-re-ddent. in the name of said village, before the
Mayor, Justice of the Peace, or any Court of competent
jurisdiction, and other remedy to obtain satisfaction of
the same and costs from said laud, sliall be had is
maimer as provided by the statute law in such cases.
Sec- 5. That where any ownei of a lot sh iil neglect to
keep his sid.-waiks in repair, as hereinbefore ru,mred,
aa 1 ia coasequence of such ne-rtect anJ waat of repair,
any arson shall be injured, or sustain damage to his
persoa or property, in anr manner, so that said village
shall lie made liable for siid injury or damage, thB said
owner shall ho bonnd and made liaide to pay all damages
aai costs adjudged against said village, and any other
expense incurred by said village in eoniei-iiei.ee of any
suit iBstituted against the same, on account of said suit
walk as aforesaid, aai all such damages, cots and ex
penses shall be a debt aga.ast said oaaer, sa l shall be
a 1-en an I charge upon said lot, and sliall he recovered
by said village of said owner ia a civil action, aai by
attachment, in case of his being a non resident, in any
Court of competent jurisdiction, in themana-i provided
by statute, and said 1 t shall le subjected to the i-aymeut
thereof t-y petition, as provided by statute.
Skc 6. That it shall be the duty of &I1 owners aaj
occupiers of lots adjoining my side-walk in said vil
la e, to keep the side-waiks opposite their'lot free
from all obstructioas anJ hindrances to tn.ve.ers on the
same, anJ to keep any cellar-doors, or stair ways, or
holei ia said si tie-walks, closed and free from danger to
travelers, aa I iu case of any neglect of this duty, by any
owa?r or occupier, so that said village, oa account
thereof, shall ib any manner be rendered liable, and
shall be made to pay damage. co'.s and expenses, for
injuries to travelers on said side-walL. thttt said own
ers and occupieis of said lots adjoining said side-walks,
where said injuries shall have occurred a aforesaid,
shall he bound aai liable to repay the same to said vil
lane, aai said lots be held and chaiged fr all such
damages, costs aa 1 expenses incurred y said vtil-igeas
aforesaid, an 1 tlie same shall be recovered of said own
ers and occupiers of said lots so subjected, ia any Court
of competent jurisdiction, ia manner as provided by
Srr. 7. That it hjll 1m tl e dutv of the Marshal and
Poiire Officers, to see that this Onliu ibcc shall be ob-
served aa.1 complied with, an I in case of a .sence, sick-
aess or disability of the Street CommissioBer, the Mar-
-hal sh ail perform his riutei.
Ski. P. That this Ordinance snail taxe euect an 1 ne
re. aa.1 all parts of any for
. .nance. 'e ao.l the same are heieiy repealed.
"twS4d iu Council, Juue -till, ItXi.
11. B. REEVES, Recorder..
xt a u i i v 4 v n l
AN OUUli AA UL
To prevent obstructions and uaisances iu streets, alleys
aui public groumis, in ttte v iiiaze 01 w arren, anu
to provide for the removal of the same, and payment
..f expenses aud danism.
1 . , , . r .
ite it mrdatmrJ y tkt CVaacif mf the Jncorpvnitd
Sec. Ut. That tt shall be unlawful for any person to
put. or c iuse to be put. in or upou auy of the streets,
aik-y. sidewalks, or public grounds of said village,
any o'latructiv-u, hiudrance or i.uisaiice, to tlie coiivciu-
oof ort, safety or health of any of the inhabiuuts
siud vdiage, or travellers therein, or to perin.t at:
such obsuTicuon, hindrance or nuimce, so put, to ro-
in and upon any of said p.aces ; and any person
who sliall be found on trial, to have violated the fore-
to said villag-. not less than two Uijliars.nor laoreUtui
ten didl trs, and costs of prosecution, to be recovered
ia a civil action, iu the nuie ul said Incorporated Vil
Use of Warren, el ore the Mayor of s ltd village, or
any Justice of the Peace. Aud such crson viotatntg as
afiresaid. sliall moreover bt, lia'de o pay all daatnc.-t,
u i""s" s' "' !
naaniier. Iifc.iiiie u-jfclcl oil accum vl uia o.istrai;-
tion. h-u.lrai.ee or uuiaauce. or t:w omiliiia!i of tlie
same, to bo recovers! in a civil actiou. I eloro ai.j
court of ouipettiut juri..licUou, iu the name ol saU
go.iis provisions, or au 01 wieui, snan lorie.i auu iay
anr buiiJia?. when tlie siuie. or auy of Oe uml)
St:, si. Titu it sa;vii n3 unlawful Mr any oxner or
thereof. u.iil l-iii or oe utro'.i u uiiua ai:y irv-ei, aiK-y,
snle-.ali or (iumIic RruauU. lo oerm.t the same to re-1
herouil a rcawu-t'ile time lo reui-ive the uae there-
fr.m: ami it .lull be his iluty. at Ins ou expend,
fo.thwiihlo remove said liuillius or mat.rUU from wcto
r3sc. 3-1. That it sh.i'.l n .t I eorni.iercJ au o'.strac-
tion. hii.Jr.nce or nuiaiice. for kuv reJuieiit or pur-
Mi....n in .1 .trett.Allev. Alile-w.iU i.u .1:.- .-r.tj.l.
llepoille 1 lor le;i!jr-iour uours, Ull iue ei.e ui iue .
street, at places couveutent to be removed to his or ber j
i reaiise, nor lor the o.ner or o.uerot any loi or
lot), to ue. in Sool fiith, for tuiMiug purpo, so !
uecejarTf.-eTectiiior r .irinj '..oil-In -it thereon ;
l.. I. that uo more tliau or.e Lull the street, l.-ius
tea ; airl provijcl. tliat au.tcieiit cl -ur rooia shall be (
,.t tle lot or lota, shall ne occnui.-.! for ucl puito-
vi.lerl, tliat such oAiier or owueri shill not occupy sai.l j
tr-et or alleys with materU: for erecting orrepairiu j
bail lines, nor. thin thirty .ilj s l.eiore conuuL.nciu j ,
cupy sai.l I
the huil.lills or r--,Kirs coLtciiinLttcl, an4 he or they '
Ulll procue.1 with reaolia -le illll-euce tlieocel.ir.ard
to erect or reiir ucn ouii.iiujs, aun iree aio reei !
from all o:islructioiis or liluilraLccJ, on account of sanl j
i.. ,i,.i, .ls
i . . ..iT .-v. -...ii i. r .k. j 1-
niuioner. or in 111 J absence or inalillity to atteu.l lo It, !
lien of tis Marshal of saij rillaje, to notify all persous j
i ?iKII t ,m llttnr or ,iU ,fP ?!l.ip a.,cnr. the .
itflSrr.-t Conimis.i-ni-r or .M.ir-lul cf aM i!l-sre; ;
I InvM-J. that it aij cvvut-r ir owner s'iall. v.'nh- '
1 Jist day ol June, icoa, at s e cio.k, r.
ISAAC II CRD.
1 JuneC,3l GEOUiifi P. MOtTET. I
I irpTtn oiip 1
lithUO CALL. J
j I. jhc undersigned. Receiver in the case ef Marco ;
j Bsworih aa'amt rreciuau Cardie and James G. Calen
1 uar.wiil, in pursuance of an order trf the Trum mil Com-
niOU i',cas, pr.-ceed x otter at public sale, at Newton ;
' J;i19, tu fruaail County, on Monday, tli-3 sUiUi day of j
j juuc m . v.iriou uotes, accounts and Jud.-nif nts, j
' agonist tuiir.v pcrsei.s iu f..vor ol the lute ttrm of Car- j
1 IB; a. Bosworth. tai-l notes aud a-rcounts ra'ige in I
uiouut foiu twenty-live cents to liity dollirs. and'
Mnr.T. inw of .ictiiu.ilec .1. AU wroiu bayuap oii-l-r-Ti
stle.l Int.iiw.. with kii.I e,-.:ite, are re.,ueile.l U call
riolui.n t!i!.. Or'.i'i.irc-. I:i ti- r. -ict. t remove M
8'ie:i i!.stru,-;i;u. ii. tr.t:ci., itui.mriM or .it-r:.i'..
t i t'. tl.- uj.iy hv.-e nt. wi!tu.i- l -r rmitLe l. t-
ti-r (. pruritic t;s itf th:i r ;.:.. , iii r om
a.i Mro't, at icy. a.-lr-wali or ti-.,ic T"::ui!'. iw .'re
i ; u ... cui - a:h fsrn or periii-. so notiSr l.
flirt H bclt ci or rfuie lu ir;eef!. i-jr;tt itli. in r.-nmvu
stil K;i.':ri o ia:."t :tior. Itiri.ii-iTireH or n;!i:itff,
:n tiie ciS' may he, ti-ti s.i I ,trn- t; t min: I .-' cat-r, or
Jlarjli., cau.se the .r.ii? r Uk ri'wm I ::n! &!n
UrJ. at Lie rxj,,,f 4 l;t: villare. an .h-;ll te-n
areurite arcuuia uf ,Ulh rtixrii
'y oritr on the T.c..iiir.-r : .hi.i m h ic.ciij.s
irance.. n,i,ne:, cr ,;,,, n, afarMaia. to i,e i
rrt-ov.-rc-l in nax of ii,l villau, i.t r.t court of coca-
p..:?;,: jnrilietio. w.t'i et. - anl i I saatrriila or I
"w rem.vt ht ;a Strt l-ouin.w.iow, r !
iMr - tol.for TioVion of .:proi.io.uoft!.n Jr.lt. "
mi. .lull l;e liel.1 ky hira iu cu-t.ly. a st-C'Jrtty frr t
"r".' " I."ln ..V,: "'II
- ""in son on exi-cauon lo iin-iy ry
ju lffnu-ut rcaderv-l for s.n.l rx.irlis.-a, an l
n I for mr '
r-' "":' )" mr unwi.ra
.:r. Tbt li marenaU m.r r.x.in? j
"f - heu- -
;" plitel t:i-re tor luil.hnir Jur;.-e. hn nt ,
ucl fT sm-h iuri'.-. k b rrnivl r). r t'li-m :
1v ti'owi-or r tuneri thwi. v.itl.fn ilrrvtbi
! i.i a:titl :!iirf v Iav. in onJ faith. rR:tHn.iv tuilil-
111 tr nuitirt pairs Willi saui maf'Tiii.. uih! ! nil
cw.iiimie u-i!i trie im? for that Iu," U
ren filial !( uiliirc.icf. then lie or thev haM njt lie
olIi.r(i to r in- r the Miiie. But in ewe ! nfIt'ct
,,r reiu!il, aitt'r ii-iiee a a.'urt-vii.i. to retiHve said
! Hiatal iaN. or to rrr??v"J in uooj taitli. (iilicittlv to j
u-e tlie same f r ;n bu!ldni'' or rt'iainn.r rurpo- ,
theii it iali be the clurvuf the Street 0.miMia-
simier or Man.bol.to reuiove thesame. tirni keef an
arvfiuut ot the expeLises tuere.?. iin-luciti all 1 iIht ,
aiwl supennte Jtucv, anl the fiame shall he atnlifeil
ami pui.l out of the treasury of aiJ rilhi-e. aud the i
amount of said acconrt -.hall be a d-ht a-aiit-t said !
owner or owners, to I recovered of him or them.
-.1. - . .i i -ii
ith cuts. in the name nt Saul viilaL'e.m anr oiurt
if ci mi etent iurisdiitinn. ami saiil materiuU may )
oi; iiciu ai wurat ami l tu av saiil amount anu ;
coti, fii lie rttivereu as aiireri:il. j
Skc. I.fh. Aht liv law or Oniinanoe. i.r pirt3 '
there..f. heret.,., .eJ. ir.couMtetit with tiiii !
g i' i , . . , , j
:',;V.'' he a" J '','e :'n,,, re; h"1' rlL !
lliis OriJmaiu-e ut ta.e erjeft aud be iu turee Irout I
ami after its pas.-afre.
l'assel in CuutK'il. lnne 4lli. l.--t. J
Attest. H. B. HKEVKS, l'eeonirr.
. ' . '
AN ORDINANCE i
To rrovent Sv.iiiern.m rnniiin'jat lar.'e in the Vil- i
la"e t.f Warrtli ' '
. . . . ., ., " , . '
i,e It ord iIMCd Dv tlli Council of tlie lucorjiorated
Village ft" Warren: i
Su'. l.-t. 'i nat. from ami after tlie Lith day of I
June, A. U. tl eiiceti.rwani. it s!iall Le the
duty i.l all residents of said village, uvrnin or hold
hit? swine therein, tu keep the same peniKd up and
restrained trt-ni ninnir. a lare within the limits
of said villa L'e; and it iiiall he uiilauiul.aiui a vto-
latum uf this Ordinance, Vir anv re .ulenr oaner or i
lu-lder t.f swine, within said hums, to suiter or iter I
.;. u .. .
anv swine, lare or stimll, oui:el or held It anv
sauii resident, luund running at Iarije us af Tesaid,
at ajijr time utter said l.ith day ui June, shall lie
d?emed ;md taken to be at Isirire exntfrarr to this i r
dmaiice,aitd the owner t holder of said svrine, be
iu a resident of said Tillage, shall be held and ta
keu Ij have viuiated this Ordinance, and shall be
suhjixt to the j-cnaJtv aud lorfeiture provided in
Si c. ,'d. That anr crsoa who shall violate tlie
tirst serrkn of this Ordinance, shall forfeit and pav.
for each vhdatioii.utd less thau one dollar, nor more
than live dollars, at the discretion of the -Muor, Ju
tice or ;onrt a.?ssin the same, to be recovered
in a civil action, in the uameand for the ueof said
IncortNirated Village of Warren, before the Mavir
of said vitiate. or anr Justice 'f the Veace or other
Court cf Cuuipete.it jurisdiction.
..... , run ai.uirxe us UIUIVU1U, ailO
Skc. -id. That it shall be the dutv of the Marshal
! INdice Orl":cersof said village, to dtstmin anv
aniTwU swine tounu runnri at lare m said villa
the ,Wuio ol tins UnnnarK-c. nJ.
mcTT - in uuiii uwuer
theret-f shall le (rosecuteti for tha f-rleiture afore-
i rL.l.l tl.& .m. :.. ..as...l :i .i
said, and shall pav the same, and all easts and ex -Ieii4es
adjudged against him. or until the same shall
be sold ou execution to satisfy said penaltv. eosts
aud e: lenses, and for distraining swine, as aiore
s.iid, the othcer siiall be allowed, in each case, to
be taxed in the costs, the sum of tilt jr cents. and for
each (Li 's keeping and care of said swine, he shall
lie allowed for each swine, to be taxed in aid costs,
tlie sum of ten ceuts, aud after distraining said
swine, said otlicer shall forthwith cotnmence actio j
against theowuerorholderof said swine, if known,
to rec-fver the enaltv and costs and expenses, as
aforesaid. If the owneror holder shall be unknown,
then said officer shall rive D"ttce of snch di- train
ing, by HMtiu up written notices in rive public pla
ces in the village, describing said swine, and noti
fy in ir the owner to attear. nav char-re- ai H iwnn!.
j tvanJ lake 3W!nc. If, .iter lapse of five til t
uo oue sua 11 appear to pav enairv, and fees aim
expense, said swine htll be sold by said officer,
at publicaoctiou.tothe highest bidder, on ten dav's
writteu notice of time and place of sale, being pot
ted up in five public places in said village. The
pp ceeds of saw swine, after deducting exenses ot
keeping and fees of the officer, shall be paid into
the treasurv of said village, aud after deducting the
lowest tine above provided, the balance shall be
held for the owner w (:en he shall appearand prove
prIertv, aud deuiaud the s.iid bakiuee.
Skc. 4th. That where the resident ownerorhoM
er of anv wtne ruinilnj at lorire hi vK;ititn of this
Onlinauce, 'hall be known, and sliali be deemed bv
the officer g.od and responsible. Ie mav f reo the
distrainin aud keep in jr of said swine, at.d proceed
Co sue and obtain judgment for penalty and costs.
and collect the same ot said owner or holder.
Stic. oth. That in case anv citizen of the vitiate,
other than said officers, shall enter complaint or
prosecute fur anv violation of this Ordinance, and
judgment shall be rendered against the defendant,
snch citizen shall be entitled to one-half the pen
alty. But in ease of failure, he shall be liable for
the costs, and on entering complaint, he shall enter
into an undertaking to said village to pav costs and
save said village harmless therefrom.
Sep. 0th. That all former Ordinanoe and parts
of Ordinances, mconsUteiit with this Ordiuance.be
and the same are, hereby repealed.
Pa-wed in Council, June 4rh. 1 "".
Attest. II. B. REEVES, Recorder.
BE IT ORDAINED, by the Council of
the I ncorp .rated iliae of Warren :
Skc. 1st. That one mill on the dollar's valuation
of all personal and real property, returned on the
grand levy for State and County purposes, within
tlie incorjiorated HmiU of the Village? of Warren,
for the year be levied for Engine Houe and
other Fire purposes; and that one mil) on the dollar
ou all said pmpertv on tlie ;raud levy, fora general
fund for said Village of Warren, be levied; and the
r , t 4 -. i Jt
levy, to the County Auditor ot Irumbttll County,
t Hiio, to be assessed and placed upon the Tax Du-
plicate of 1SV. for collection.
raised in Council, June 4rh. I8V.
Aest, H. B. BEEVES. Recorder.
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
rPHE Iiighest market price will be paid
JL f.ir lir.d Warrants of all sizps.
Those having vVartantsio dispose of. will please call
on the subscriber, at E. A. Can Hi V Co.'s Drag Store.
Warren, June lfai-y DVAR1 A. SMITU.
00D NEWS FOR EVERYBODY !
T" . , r .
V A rare chance now offers for those In need, to
I uy Groceries cheap-.-r than ever. Our new good are
here, ami more coming. H e have now on hand a good
; mi; -ply of all kinds, consisting In part, as follows:
bale rat us.
have also jut received, and will sell cheap for 1
cash.a lar-e lot of Yankee Notions of all kinds, audi
areprejiarcd to sell to rcerchauts, grocers, landlords,
and tlie people in general,at abolrsaleorreuil, cheap-
er thau the cheapest. Ail we asK, is t. call and exam- j
iue our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are ;
' ouna no: to ie under so ht. KcuifiiiUtr u.e place, .aos.
j 4 and a. Market street. Warren, Oh:o. iri
! J'"ic- DL'XLAP, SI Ew ART ot BXEP.
At lh Jn--I!(. ftf t--- iiur. -n4i ii-or-e .
I Motrrr. two order of at treatment were issued by irauk-
; liti E. Stowe. a Justice of the Peace of Brai-eville town-
. Truml,ull County, en the lMh A rii. laM. against
' luvid Higgle, uefcudant; the claim in favor ot Isoaj ;
1 iir.i i- 4 ' -.4- .h .a- i f.-r,.r .,f i;if..,. IT. M.rv. u I
a. S.ud suits were continue.1 tor heariuj; until the ;
; niouut 111 nil to the 'tm i tiute ;mntlrt a and hve Uul-
1 :irt thirty one cents. All of nhichwill be sold
j se;iar.'Ut to ihe highest i.wUW. ale to cominenc-i al
j hjc1is:k, a M, and continue from ur.v day until all
j 10Id. It IK.VM Al&i IS, Receiver,
Newton Talis, June 6, lr-et
ipRE.-SII CEEF. The t ubscriber in-
ri .... ....
-u eastoincra anil th fuMic general.,
1 '" -a1-' i I'1' tliii uh fn-n heel, u-ullon.
: Vc- ec, I rxv s-n.Uy. at lits
i s nip, iu tli j rear f C. l-eclt s i.u:l.lin,iu ni:iti-i Al-
.!i . 1. . .,;....!. .ill h. t.t..
; " ..v- t -
, procure the Ih-jI animals thecoui-try an ml:
' i r-" -;i
, niniviuil ;
' l" "'" ... n.ia
! r- rrrttm. w. J. antnnT.
I M.irreu.O, ., Ilartlw4. U.
1 f 1 U li TISS it BRIGHT. AitrOfJTH at
J LdX 0,5,.e at B. F. fcrtiis In t'w ol.l Clerk's I
,v,:, i, .., ,., n.j,.- Uarreu.O. Of- I
1 w rt.i, -uuc -, ir-u i
... " u , j o,i .i k,. n-aiil. nee. Krtlonl. O. I
a V Kutice is herc .r clveu that t!w nn lerjisrie.l lias
llt.poiuti-il a lu.
.tratnr on ll:i eauue 01 J.inu Km.
"i.t seuie uie akui-.- nuuuteij.
I llutL LiAK &AU 1 I-. " ? "rC
J i.rere.l to .lo all kin.1. of Circular awin-, such
Hfctia. PatUrwK. Larrtaz orl!. Vc, "bort 1
fS 1 R C
. . . t . .
si-KAIi . SON.
pt-V( : i' VLI Mi Wc KCl'P OD
t ' ' .. ,
- on Mn. a c w.l 'elt of Fence Kilsmrs rva-Iy Tor
til . :, . j em !lc:. -in- T'-iev mite -.he nice,'
feu. e lor the I ail iuoney l!m IS no.
f 1 - very fasa-
iniutklc to.. J'
---1 ... T, .
convenience aud satety of kindling lumoer. .
J1 requires fewer hands to work it. -
It is portable, and can be moved ihree miles at au
expense of forty dollars; thus the mill can be moved r
tim er. It is euualiy applicaolw to hwge nd small
niaehinery. The saw runs horizontally, and in a sash,
u,u giring tlie douMe aivanUi? of the tniick strut t of.
the mcley saw, and the strength of the s;iJ saw.
Thre mills are now in opcratioa in Warren, Treno
euce. Co.. O.. Caiinnshurg, Pa., Colambus, Oi.io, Waih
of ingtou County, Iowa. Srre are now building in Iowa,
tw in Wheeling, Va. The mill iu Warrea will be re
main mVed in a few weeks.
Any communications addressed to the subscribers at
I LAMENESS ! !
hie (jiiur si-scinct
a.l B.7t:al j o.rn
Kin,; Hone. tittiia.
oentral Notice iu ansuer aianj
Sli.cj tur redie.ai in tin Ut. ;thiMt num.
r, i.om rj.jt:al friea.: ami ejsuul ae uaiitaiiees,
come l-i li ilJ.l.s.jl.c.t.iig TOie ul Uie prep.U JL.vU 1 b.iT
fonacrly iua.ie ue at ou oiy u iuc;, fur cur of
Ulat tl-rriL.!. 1-iH.nna M ! it A 1 i .V . . u .-..l-l-IV
- "i - ........ vi 1 1 1 c i v ' r i i . .
J"l I'.au.l tliore otlr !.lciil:s xLi ilia, si'AVlN.
3'VttiiEV. c. a l..r as .ract:ra..lr. I
,'.".',K'U, t'T'lu ut '-i''r ail ai thejr
j"vrux'r,k - tockJui'lj",:''r -
, , .
l ilBt I shall charge One Dollar f..r t)v? pre-
ITj.. . "rJe? ,i,M.lK,,f,,.. . r-
P" ? ,u rr th ! cuel.t
J I ren"r " t" rea-c-jr l knawn
1 tt-84iter tin bmiL"
KoMvJ riitis,au fur htt.inR." cao k mak
oroaiit and uo.it, v-
(J uS? CS2Si V?XnZ
.,,,1 , l? ver3l) prunm. Uealer iu Thira .
Aveuu and Market street Dray, S;ae aud Kama llrcs,
riave.iiiwiii tisiW e If or ami 1-hiLtiirli.hu
laku aiDiohaTcUiii Liniment trie! in Tarioas c:t-e
stck. whose tt-rfiil.ie4 is paralyzed or df3tnvel hj
UitiK Boue, Curb, Sivin. Miraius ot the Hack ....-
aii ut-t must Jilncuitr all to cure 0" fei, its locality
.rccjj ucitrciu.1 ht an ordinary wrver.j tis :
dentin in the Cothii Joint, will tiud iu Lilt KKnt ajad
stretitLioiiur an riticient cure
LTAKK I'AKTlt L LAK XOTIi'E That when the
Ctissit-r Luiimeut is desired for auy of the rftovixitxT
ailmicxts, like Riujr Bone, tviit. ak.c..corresioud!Uts
s this id not an of the thousand and our hnml.uu i
u.n:,ri;uiiy 9iMt it in tftc order encLosintoe money.
'-'V- eit iuJiscriumiatrlj for all cciUent-
"'- uniMFncuii ts oeir to. t nt is a iecine
W,U1 M prescription in bad
jio atntiou will hereafter he paid to fetters orderinz
the RossiUr. unless accotuianie.l bv the cash,
Peisuns who desire to avail themselves ol this enra,
shouhl wnte soon, as next fail 1 will not have time to
attu'1 to ln: biwiuess, Extraeta from many letters
2"aat 1 XT' ""T"?? wf . I
n.t Wiau ta coDfuuoii tin. renwnlr witb Ui aaaur
humi.u .. i.i m,..
surface of the "brlin: art," susiaintil alone .iy real-
mrnie cenmcales of ixnny-a ln.trs; ,ct i: mar uvt !
w of place to cojiy a few lines from a letter r-ceiitljr
P"'"eil ' e ofthe - Kej City "paper, in coiinee-
"V" .T'"' ""', '"l CT , """"""V"? "V?"1
a hint contained in a letter requesting some of the Lin-
imeim where U.e writer ate,l. - if it Vorkl suci. rares
as it diil on the old urel but tor. nu uunht to let
theni kuow ont west ti.rmi.-h the papers, how to gel toe
unrig. 3iyself and neiyh -ors who hare tried it. .oultl
l auy price f.r it." I advertised to furwani the Sol-
ent liy wail, aud th letter almv. referred to, made
-Aniunir yoar adrertising columns, which gireindi-
ul'll"e of staplea. they nevertheless are aide lo eater
to the taste of those who seek tlie delicacies and ele-
guieies of social life. I was pleased to otiserre that
the itouiter Liniment was now opeury before the pob-
lic- uf lni article let me say. that several occasion
where it had been used for K:n Bones and Sweney,
came to my notice, and horse owners can rely on il
betnir a sure care." (Sigued)
'yuiucy. 1IU May 2, If 35. ti. W. C. Morss."
The aiore speaks for itself, and in lien of hnml ur
eertilicates, I herewith make direct reference to Mriana
who fc;4Te U3Ctl the Jtoitsr r teen stvock to which it
hwa, aIMt m . e , ,
J.m.x J kjm, t Rose H:ll StaMes, New York.
Ur. J. ..-I.Mfl f.. hi. -
ferine from Lunz fc-Vver.)
L. liooDiii H. Rochester, N. Y.
Hon. Jous Colu.xs, Mafur l, Delaware.
Col. Jnoi ViLL!t, Kredericks' ur-, Md.
Tatlok Iukan. 435 Market si.. Philadelphia.
J nt Uiuuiiis. Schenectaiiy, N. Y.
(Mr. ti.is owner of the splendid horse, 'Eddy,' a
half brother (in common parlance) of Mr. Felton's mag
nificent Black Hawk eoit, "Kennei-ec.")
Iirect orders, enclosing One Dollar, to my address,
and return post will bring a package of the Kossiter
Xiiiimeut iu its powdered state.
Only Oue Dollar to cure a Km Bone ! ! !
CUAUXE3 E. HAKMOX.
Colesburi:, Delaware Co., Iowa. jeS-3nt
TMIODES' FEVER & AGUE CURE,
JLV OR NATURE'S INPALL1BI.H SPECIFIC. For
the PreTeution aud cure of Intermit lent and Remittent
Pivers, Perer aud Arue, Chills and Fever, Dumb Ague,
General Debility, Nipht Sweats, and ail other forms of
disease which have a common origin ia Malaria or Mi
asma. This suit tie atmospheric poisou which at cer
IZZZL 7 rlJL'TK
. .. 7m' ""-'
.as. or est,--and win every wberv yield to this new-
-y discovered antidote, which is. claimed to be the great-
est discovery ever made.
This spec i he is so harmless that it may be taken by
persons of every age, sex or condition, and it will not
subst'tuts for one disease others still worse, as is too
otten the result iu the treatment bj Quinine, Mercury,
Arsenic, and other poisonous or deleterious drugs, nob
a particle of any of which is admitted into this prepar
ation. The proprietor distinctly claims thesa extraordinary
result from the use of this aarca&j. ajitidotb to mau
aaix. It will entirely protect any rcsitnt or traveller eve a
in the most sickly or swampy localities, from any ague,
or Bdlious disease whatever, or any injury from con
stantly in hailing Malaria or Miasma.
It will instantly check the Ague in persons who have
so tiered for any length of tim, from one day to twenty
years, so that they need never have soother chill, by
continuing it use according to directions.
It will immediately rei.eve all distressing results of
Billions or Aru diseases, such as general debility
night sweats, Oce. The patient at once begins to recov
er appetite and sttengtfk, and eon ti sues uuid a perma
nent and radical cure is effected.
Finally, its use will banish Fever and Ague from
families, aud all clastes. Farmers and all laboring
men by adopting it as a preventive, will be free from
Ague or Billimis attacks ia that season of the year
which, while it is the most sickly, is the most valuable
One or two bottles will answer for ordinary cases
some may require more.
Im recti ocs printed in German, French and Spanish,
accompany each bottle.
s wus uuiui iv:iu uisbuuiua iv i tt ui tira
Trade circulars forwarded on application, and the
article will be consigned on liberal terms to responsi-
bie parties in every section of the country,
JA5. A. BllfDES Proprietor,
Providence, ii. I.
AGENTS Cincinnati, J. D. Park; Columbus, ti. Ro
berts. For sale by Wedieiae dealers generally. je3-y
-JL. One of the many testimonials received almost
daily, in favor ef Kaomts Fcvca d Aeci Ccu, which
ks asver failed! .
Lswisacio, Tnion Co., Pa
May 2. Itoj.
Ma J. A. Rhodls Dear Sir: The box of medic'he
you seta me wwa duly received en the 11th of April,
and I rand you herewith, receipt for tlie same- - -
I have sold about one half of it, and so fax the people
who have used it are satisded Uiat It has cured them.
It has certainly stopped the Ague in every one whw ha
used it, and mis of the caes were of long standing
11 y sister, who has had it for live or six years hack, and
could never get it stopped, except by Quinine, and that
onlv as lone a she would tlcm it. is bow. I think, en
tirely cured by your remedy.
If it thus continues to keep off the Ague, as I think
it will, yon may expect from me large order.
I am, sir, yours, very truly,
jeS-tm C. It. JucGINLY.
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull County,
Pkobatb Ofm-s, Jane 4cb, 1855.
The following accouuta of Executors, Administrator
and Guardians, having been hied in this Court, will re-
fZiX day of June, A u icoj, when they will be examined
tntj ordered to record, unless excepted to.
John Kynett, deceased, final settlement of Executor,
Ann tiriswold, "
Kobert Boys. " partial
i1"?," He' I Z 2
James Armitage, Jr. final
Axel Love land.
Nichotia Appiegntc, '
T'04" K. TlwHBpan.kuatic, settlement of Guardiaa
Aaron Kibler, minor, tUial "
u. u . -
Uamptou Hathaway and ethers, miners, 2d settlement
Sarah Jane Sinclair and others, minors, 3d settlement
Melissa Lawson. minor, 4th settlement of Guardian,
Darthum Van Wye and others, 1st settlement of Gard.
Michael Lay, lunatic. 1st settlement of Guard.
j2-3 GEO. F. BKOW.V, Probate Judge, '
,tiinnnwnr vrv c-nwr.
0 LLMlihKMLN AAD SHIr
JL BCII.PER3. The subscribers are now prepared
to manufacture Balaton's Portable Horizontal Saw
nil,, wit.li. eugine and boiler, all ready to run. and ta
d.iuiose of t rritorialaud individual rights. This val-
able invention being now brought to a high state of
perfection, oilers to purchaser the following important
advantages over all other saw mills :
It cuts more lumber. It makes smoother lumber.
It sjiws each l-oanl entirely oft. awl leaves no stuo-shot,
thus saviug greatly in quautity, aud improves the qual
ity. It pMist-9ses tlie same advantages for sawing long;
tini'-er and ship plank as tne gang-saw. the snw running
horixoufctlly, cuts plank from the top of the Irg. the
- " T. i--
spniirii.g. The machinery, saw and carriage being
on.y a tew incites ano.e tae so nacc m. ts.i
Xewten Palls, Trumoull Co , Ohio, will meet with
I-. B Wb.ts:. t
Wis. II. lUi.uT.l
Juu. 6, laT J -
V"E W STEA M WOOLEN FA CTORV.
ore hilf mile north of Kinsman Store, on the
The !uH:riirs haTin bouat the Wool Canlinr cs
tal li-shaimt lately owneil J II. l'o- fonaerlv Allen.
Ac ro ea. intend carrvinic on MAXt KACTt UIXU ia
its various hrnncnea. WmI aiaiioiicturetl oo th. .hjrea.
or he Ihe vr.l. int. Ii-v-.ltill. t'aS-ioierei, S.ltineltS.
TaeeH Klannela an Kei.mekr Jeiua. - -
i.Biilil .! Kl'INMN'J il'iue on short nnliee.
Also. Wool carlinitanil t. loia im"u-
mto roils at . CobtS n.r lo. vrus '.u.
li'4 cent. . . t
A, ,t are vuttitij id ste.im wort.. those haTin wool
, cTt. by comius early in the diy, eau hare the rol.J
utakehaci with theui.
we are eettin on h lw ' Ernlern Miichlnrrr.
an. I hri- hnj Ion experi.net in the basinf M. we B itler
ourselves a. beinr :-e " -lo as roo.( wort, ana as
' '. . . I .n.-M An
.K.n .a .... rt.l.r Ml-.!-l.limeiif
Tints'1 hlTfni wool to n.RiTi:iinre or -
well lo Rive tu .1 call, as .y strii t attention to busineaa
we hope lo get a share ofthe pn'.lie patrona
1 8 J. IV. t'AHXA.ND CO.
Kinsman, 0 Juue fl. f.-oV-lf
NTIIONV CARTER'S sale of Per-
One T.Mlnj Mare: oue mik-u Cow: one fun; the ru
71 wai"on;,i.l tuniber vairon. plough. ertii..toiie.rate.
ri. an.l diver article, will l e sM to the hiKhcai
bi.i.ler, hy the wi.low or Anthony Carter, ilee tl. at kit
ite reji ietii-e on the Yudinftfown roi l, one mile from
H .rren. on :he liih iy al June, thiX. Sale to i.ecm
at 10 . clock A M. T ,1 a.. cash oo all sum nn.ler j;
over l n.l un.ler $1". Ihree mocths, tiih security;
over It-, six month, with c3
By B. t. Uo;ya). A'.;"; Jane