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C. A. ADAMS, G. X. HAlliOOD, EDITORS. v; albeit, wrrTsrAY, oct. 10. Republican State Ticket. FOR GOVKKNOIt. SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LirCTESANT GQTKRVOR, THOMAS II. FORD, of Richland. FOE ACDITOK OF STATE, FRANCIS M. -WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TKKASI KEK OF STATE, WILLIAM II. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOli JLIMjES OF eLtKEME COCKT, (ros the rn.b tkrm.) JACOB BRINKERIIOFF, of Richland. (FOR THE VaVCAXCT.) CHAP. C. CONVEKS, of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY EXERAL, F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. , FOR MEMBER OF BOAKO OF I't'BLIC WORKS. ALEXANDER G. CONOVEK ...Miami County eputlicii licket. FOR SENATOR, ROLERT W. TAYLER. .FOR REPRESENTATIVES, Ji ALl'H 1 LUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEND. FOR S"EUIFF, ELMAN R. HARMON. FOR TREASCRER, . JOHN RKEVES. FOR RECOKDEK, S. M. CARTER, FOR l'ROSLClTINC ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. FOR CC'MM'SSICKKR, EDWARD D. KING. EOR 6URVEVOR, J. K. BURN HAM. FOR DIRECTOR COCKTY IXFIRMART, HENRY L. RUTAN. FOR COKOKKR. JOHN W. MXLEERY. To the Republican Voters of Trumbull To the Republican Voters of Trumbull County. We issue our piper two days in ad vanct of its dale, in i;e hoj.e it may reach some of vou before Ihe eleciioii, and if it shah cai:e one single man to deposite Lis Lalicl t'er the eause of freedom, who might oiixrw'ue have siaid at home, or fail to vote, we shall fetl amply re- warded. We appeal to you now, to remember the duty which you owe, to the glorious cau;e in which we are cgaged, the cause of fieidrm. We do not you to vote righliy, ft rof that we 1 ave iio f ar ; (il yoa vnie at all,) but we you to vote; to disregard all priva'.e busiues, a-1 per sonal consideiations and to exercise that dearest right of freemen, the right to ex press your opinions through the ballot box. Remrrcber, if you fail to vote, you fail to give your protest against ihe passage of the Nebraska 73ill, and all its atten dant infamy. ' If you fail to vote, yon irtually en dorse the Mi ouri ruffians, who with armed hands drive freemen frtm the bal lot box ; .-who pass laws, which making it a penal crime to utter or write one word in favor of making Kansas a free StPte. If you fail to vote, you endorse the . Fugitive Slave Law. , - : If yoa fail to vote, you fail (o give moral support to the Republican mem bers of Congress, who were elected by your votes, last fall, - If you fail 10 vote, you virtually aid in continuing the burdeu of taxation, which is lirinixinfl' this Slate in thf Aunt Remember that ihe issue between the Republican and Democratic parties, is fairly auU i'u;iy made: extension ol slave ry, ou, the one hand, and its limitation on th.t otht r. 'There is no longer a doubt cn this subject. Read the following from the Irouten limes, a full blooded. Demo cratic paper, ol Southern Ohio, speaking of thedoughfaced Shannon's avowed . slavery sentiment. , i "Does not the heart of every true Democrat in the State of Ohio sink with in him lo hear this dastardly man, Wil son Shannon, proclaim his avidity to ex ecute the decrees of the infamous van'' of "Missouri Regulators" that has con trol of aCairs i i Kansas. This manifes to of Governor Shannon, will loo c the Democia.ic cause thousands o! votes at the coming election in this State. Pres ident Pierce, from the day that he sold himself to slavery propagandist.'-, until this last step of degradation and perfidy, has been continually going from bad to worse. Every step seems lo be a blun- . der. Until there is a general repudia tion by' the Democracy of the conduct cf the Nat.onsl Administration in this Kan sas business we shall find ourselves . weighed down and powerless to do good. Remember, that Passmore Williamson, a free man, in l!ie free Slate of Pennsyl vania, is this day incarcerated in a prison, for daiing to tell a teaman that in a free fetate, sin- was free. Remember', that ;i triumph for Medill, will be a triumph foi Slave Propagan dists that a defeat of Salmon P. Chase, wouid be hailed with shou's by Southern Slave Drivers, ami Missouri cut throats, as the decision of Ohio iu favor of Sla veiy. Remember,' that if a pro slavery house cf Representatives is elected in th s Stat-, there will be another doughface Senator like Pugh, to m srcpreseul us in the Se :aie of the Untie I Stales, j If every" voter in this Sia'e faithfully performs his duty, a glo iou ; victory wiil crown their efforts, and our Representative- in 'he next Congress c.ta aland in its hul's wrii the proud consciousness, that they me sustained by their State. Go Early. G.i enrly to the poll. S:e thm your Vote is dj,..).':rtl iu lis btllut IjX. ive i e-y voter ia the io-vnsh:p is at tiu- j J. i. Biiug uul yoar carriages to co ney ;h;; oil. the fteb'e and.the sick. Giv?: one i.sy to your couutry.- a Crow Away. Tiit 1 cmii-rnl of Si'arffiy, conspicu ! ) ' - Siiaiiglud. This is v.e i .-I.. -. -or fellows know that their crovvi:: J us w:;I ioor. be over," and it is w !! fir tlieiii t- enjoy thi-msclves now, lor ;.". r 'i'u.-.'s.'ay i:exi, their crowers will be hard to La I j Beware. Bew:re of false tickets, beaded Repub lican, with the name of Trimble, in tead of Chase, for Governor. Beware of tickets, with the name of Salmon P. Chase for Governor, and the rest of the ticket Democratic. Beware of offers lo swap votes on par ticular Candidates. "The Last Rally." The Democrat knowing the hopeless ness of its cause, and feeling, that after Tuesday next, there will be nothing in this State for them to rally upon, uiges the unterriried to a 'last rally.' A gen tleman who happened in our sanctum when the Danocnt was lying on the ta ble, rtmaiked that, he -'hoped that paper for once had spoken the truth, and in deed, it would te the last ra'ly of the slaeiy faction of the North." So mote it be. High Taxes—What Becomes of the Money. Those of our readers who heard th speech .f Gov. Medill, in this town, will remember his labored attempt to prove that his Administration had been the most economical, that any state in this Union had ever been bles:-ed with. We give below an aitiole fiom the Buckeye State, which shows very clearly the kind of eccaemy with which we have been favored. The mistake of the Gov ernor, (lo call it by a charitable name,) was, that he staled the amount of taxes levied, the last year; and not the umount of nutnty expended : "The total amount levied in the State ; upon the grand duplicate for 1854 was d9.t-92.339 50, of which according to Auditor Morgan's report there was lev ied for all purposes exclusive of the ex penses of the Slate goverment the sum of !58,485,4i8 52, widen would leave for the snppoii of the State Government the sum ot $6t6,80 C8. Now iu addition to the monies raised by laxs, the State de rives i. n h come of 6933,26 1 &d,from.oth: r sources, such as delinquent taxes of 1852 and foi ;e"uur s 69,720 02 ; proceeds ol the labor of Ohio Penitentiary 833,522 40 ; Canal tolls, ic., $474,264 26 ; and other items w hich wiil be found et umer ated on page 15 of Auditor Morgan's re port for lt54. Besides this, ihe Stale had in the Treasury S762.C30 57, of surplus, and at the Treasurer's settle , meni made November 15th, 1853, there was but 6584,680 99, remainiug. Add these different items logttlier and deduct out tlit amount remaining in the treas ury, and it "ill be found that the sum of 10 203,751 -1, was expended for all purposes last year, being 31,1 1 1.41 1 71, more than the amount of the monies raised by taxes. Now, add to this the amount levied for State Government pur poses, i.nd deduct out the cost of keep ing the public works in repair. fcc, and the balance will be the amount of the monies actually expended lor carrying on the State Government thus : i'alance of monies expended over taxes, 1,11141171 Amount raised by taxes, 606,850 98 ... Total, Sl,718,2iil 69 Frtm which deduct the amount for keeping the public works in re pair, fcc, 8339,347 99 Leves 1,378,913 70 or its support, instead of 8606, 85J 98, being over double that amount." But for the sake of augument, admit that Gov. Medill sia'ed the truth, and th whole truth ; and let us rake up some o!d figures, and see where the Slaveocra- cy party stand with only 606,850 98, in 1855. Amount expended for general revenue jmrposei in ls'45, $2M7 97 1SI0, I!0,2-J3 5 ls-l?, 211:9 33 " IMit, 3H7.16S 41 " 1S)0, 3!!,1-6 4S " lttl, 4.V.4JjGU " lr53, 513 "15 Hi " lc54, only 6Wi 40 9S . These are the liguies, (and figures never lie) taken from the State Auditor's reports of the different years. The whole amount of State tax, in 1852, was 1,776,536 63, in 1853, was 3,026,323 98. Theie is the economy of Medill's Administration, showing an increase, iu one single year, of the taxes, of 1,249 787 24, which is more than the entire Sute tax of le46, when the State was governed by a Whig Adminis trauon. Did local taxes, increase the Siate tax one and a quarter million of dollars iu one year? Did local taxes increase the expenses of the S.ale, from 193,233 56, in 1846, lo 606,850 93, in the year 1854 ? We leave this ques tion for the lax payers, to answer at the j.ol!s. It needs no comment. in on the Speech of Hon L. D. Campbell. This gentleman, so v. ell and favorably known personally lo many, and by repu tion to most of cur readers, as one cf the back! one members in the last Congress ; as one vho nobly stood at his post, defy ing and resisting ihe encroachments of slavery; never receding one single inch, either to persecutions or threats ; ad- r .. , I bill re.ss.ed our citizens on the evening of 1 -i . . . . cil lie 5 th, at Empire Hall. to an omission on the part of I d th part of the Sttue Central Committee, no notice of his coming had been given lo any one in the town, and it was not until his ar rival here in the afternoon, that we were aware of ihe pleasure in store for us. Owing to the lateness of the hour, and the shortness of the notice, the fact of his arrival could not be genera Vly circulated. Nevertheless, quite a respectable audi ence was soon gathered, who listened with deep interest to his masterly exp.) si'ioti (r the bister wrongs perpetrated by this doomed Administration ; the wide an l grasping encroachments of the sl-ive power. lie fully exposed the hollowness of the Squatter Sovereignty doctrine. We regret sincerely, that we have nei ther time ncr space lo give a full detail of hi.; spei-ch. He will always mtet with warm welcome here. in he if ti for too to pro-slavery ihe is Salem Horse Show. This iV.ir comtsoff ou the 10th, J 1th and 12lh of this mouth. There is no doubt lut what lh admirers of that no ble ai.;m-ii, ihe horse, will find mush to interest ihtm, in the many fine specimens which w.H be on exhibition. Such was our experience last year. - Our thanks are due ro th-j managers, fr :h complimentary admission ticket. We wiil be o:i hand. and the and long you the the Kansas and the Know Nothings. The Democratic papers, and their speakers on the stump, all over the coun try, and particularly on the Western Re serve, where the spirit of freedom is strong, have proclaimed that Atchison, Stringfellow, and their band of ruffians, were Know Nothings, and not Demo crats ; that the vile wrongs perpetrated in Kansas, were the acts of Know Noth ings, and not chargeable to the Demo cratic party or Administration. This is decidedly the coolest specimen of impu dence, and unblushing effrontry, that has yet come within our sphere of obser vation. To make false assertions, and statements, where it is difficult to ascer tain and piove the real trutli, is nothing new for leaders of the Democratic parly. But to so presume upon the ignorance of the people of this Western Reserve, as lo make so reckless an assertion as this ; one, which not only they who speak it, and " rite it, kw-w to be fa's', but every man of ordinary information, the coun try over knows to be utterly dislitule of truth, is a height!, of impudence, which we did not suppose, even pro-slavery Democrats had reached. Whose vo'.es elected David R. Atchi son to the Senate of the United Slates ? Those of Democrats. Who elected him Speaker of that body ? Democrats. Who susiained him, and his band of cowardly abettors, in their ruffianly outrages upjn the people of Kansas ? Franklin 1'ierce and his Cabinet at Washington. What papers refuse to publish accounts of these outrages now I Democratic. Y ho re moved Gov. Reeder, because lie attemp ted to maintain the lights of freemen and the puriiy of the hallot.box ? The Dem ocratic Administration. And Wilson Sh"nnon, the man who is appointed to succeed Gov. Reeder, and who says he is in favor of slavery in Kansas, to what parly dots he belong? The Democrat ic. Who appointed this dirl-eatiug dem agouge to till Gov. Reeder's place ? The Democratic Administration. Not Dem ocratic ? Every one of these men are Democrats; dyed-in -the-wool, pro-slavery Democrats ; and every act, through the whole series ol outrages, was the act of Democrats. They are sustained by ihe whole power of the Democratic Ad ministration, at Washington. Every in telligent nran in the Unhcd States knows this io true. Trimble Meeting. The mountain has labored, and brought forth a mouse. Alter a week of manic ver.ng ou the part of the disinte:esled Democratic friends of Trimble, a new batch of hand bills piinted at the Demo crat office, headed "Whig Meeting," aud most affec Lnalo exhortations from the leaders of the Slaveocracy party this town, both to the Old Whigs, and the Old Free Soilers, individually, the appoiuted evening came. We at tended, and t 8 o'clock i-ounted the number present, caielully. There were nine Democrats, ten Republicans, one man who says he will neither vote for Chase, or Medill. and one man, of whose pohtjcal faith, we are ignorant, twenty one, in all. Mass meeting, Oh, Ca;ser. And the speakers, where were they Echo anwers where. They were not there, certainly. So the large audience dispersed. In the emphatic language of the recording editor ol ihe Democrat, (on another occasion,) it was "as prttty a fizzle as ever you see." Who are the Know Nothings? open, lying on the table, with a peu- - 1 - . . in your nand, m the proper place and . . .... i position to li 1 them out ? hen you at Oning -!... i....;.fJ......;i .. The last Democrat calls upon its con federates to meet at the " Council Fires, Monday night, in order lo devise means to secure as laige a vote as possi ble. Of course, no trick will be lelt un tried by ihese "dark lanterned, fourth- storv. midniirht conspirators." Who would have thought, after the repeated hard names the Yicmucrat has called K. N.'s, that it would thus boldly come out and call a meeting of the order. Surely its zeal has got the better of its judgment. Gov. Medill and his valet, Taylor, pre- ambulate the State crj ing Know Noth ing, Know Nothing, while these same men are uotoiiously members of the Sag Niehts, n sf ril pro slavery society. The Governor himself, being one of the High Priests of the order, aud having travelled in different counties in this Stale, organizing new lodges. For the Clionicle Messrs. Editors : In the last Demo crat, P. M. Kiubkh is out in an article, which, for the purpose of making for eigners believe he is not a Know Nothing, charges me with lying. Now 1. M. you did not ti l out the bills, why was you, as you admit, standing, with (he swer that satisfactorily, we may believe you innocent. Oh ! John, " honesty is e best policy. ' This electioneering one man, and voting for another, is simple and transparent, ihe eais stick out, none but a truck and dicker politi cian, who has yielded his principles and manhood, for a. I'ost Office, and the right be lackey for the Pie.ce ai.d Medill, legency, would be guilty of such conduct. P.M., belter try again, before you get rid of the charge of K. N. a I C. W. SMITH. Democratic. The Ohio Stales nan. in speaking cf an!i slavery character of the next House of Representatives, utters the fol lowing jubilant shout. "They can pass no laws, nor re eal any, ior the Senate of the United States out of their reach for years.'' There is modern -Democracy for you ! The peo; le demand the repeal of the -ka swindle ; but the Senate 1 oks down with contempt upon their wishes, the Democracy are thereby saved m'-ititication of having tile r mischief remedied. It took seven years for Ihe American people to "reach''' (ieorge 111, if needs be, they will work that again. But wi. en they akk "reach ed,'' won't they tumble, though ! By the way Coi. Medary, we thought believed "'the voice of ihe people is voice ef God :,: Ciicuinstaiices alter j case, do ihev not ? Lima Press. ' of Jerradier Parsley, Esq's Visit to the Trumbull County Fair. TRi wrti. Coi stt Fair, ) Warren, Sept. -7, IKio.i Mister Editors : Dear Sirs, We are - here on the Affair Ground, all well and hearlsome, close to the Double Acting Cheese Press on ore side,' and the Talent Hen's Nest and improved Baby J':mper cn t'other, with wimmen gigglin', chick ens ciowin', babies cry in', martials cus sin. all round us hopin' jou enjoy the same blessin'. As the 'bus was goin out yesterday, Mr. Dunbar, the gentlemanly lanlord at the Johnston Station, saw us, and very periitely stopped the 'bus till we got in. While the feller was lixin' our baggage, I tried to gel some gingerbread for Jeems; but just as I handed over my quarter, the 'bus started, aud I saw nothiu' more of the quarter or the gingerbread. I periitely asked the little spider-legged driver if he wouidn't stop and let me "rectify;" but he on:y went the faster, sayin' hi: guessed as how I had been takin' a little too much of the "rectified" already. Mister Editors, my blood biled, ai.d if it hadn't been that the spidel legged s.irpint had to do all the manag:n' of ihe whole concern, I'd a knocked him off the masheen. Sully and Sofier was both afraid Id bieak the :bus, or tear my clothes. At Ltroy they stopped to eat a bite and change bosses, and I hadn't got down more than three or four cups, when I seed a man at t'other end of the table eaiin' ihe upper story of a lurkey. So, thinks I, that's the souperintendant, and he's the man to tell of cor.cernin' the spider-legged cuss. While the wimmen got inio the 'bus, and tin: ciowd bussled, 1 slipped up to the turkey man and told l.im how I'd bin treated. He seemed! like a clever feller, and the more I said, and the madder I got, the belter he seemed to leel. Says he, it shall all be right, and says he, "Let's drink." We'd just turned round to the bar, and lifted the glasses, heu, just as I said "Here's luck to the plank road," some one hol lered out, "All aboard !" and away went the 'larnal concern swi'"ter than a hungry hound goes lo dinner. "All aboard !" sez I; "if they're not all aboard, Mr. Jerradier Parsley is badly perforated any how." I know'd it was a plan of lite spider-legged villain to leave me, and I detei mined, if long legs and a willin' disposition would do any good, to over- , , . . ... . , take him. His steam was up, and so r' was my dandei, and I giv chase as tho' l uau a lucumoutt; iu encn leg ui my pantaloons. I ran, I leaped, scratched gravel, elongated and extenuated ; I d;s sipated space, I eloped, till nature slid by me like a panorama painted on Iightnin'. But all wouldn't do. I've seen the day when I could have passed him without t i i i : i- l . e half tryin', but since I had an attack of the rumatiz, my jinls are a little stiff. Sarah, Jeems and Sotier waved their hankerchers, and hollered, " Come on, Jed, come on !" But I laid down, rolled over, and sweat and swore more than Eonypart a! St. Helena. The last thing 1 seed was the spider-legs fadin' in th distance, until they looked" like mere threads. Mister Editors. I was so sizzin' hot, if I'd bin dipt into the Mahoning river, I'd a taken the chill off the water from Warren to Pittsburgh. The very planks smoked where I touched 'em, aud my pule beat like a tilt-hammer iu a rolling-mil!. But the one o'clock express took me ou, aud I found the rest of the Parsley family at the American House. They said the clerk told 'em that the rooms were all full ; so we had to pile ourselves on the floor for the night. We've seen all sorts of sights, and hern all kinds of ;ounds. I'd like lo tell you hall, but between drinkin' beer, and congress water, and lemonade, and soda, and pop, and eatin' cakes, and herrin', aud crackers, and apples, and peaches, and paw-paws, my head's worse complicated th in a crazy monkey's, and my ideas spin round like fioth in a glass of ginger pop. I took Solier round to the patent dou-! ble aclin water ram, and was goin' to show her where, if you'd turn one spigot, the water would fly out, and if you'd turn another it wouldn't; but iu the bus- rel I lurnea me wrong tigger. 1 guess it was a countryman's cider barrel, and I didn't see the mistake till the poor girl was n ar drowned. We passed on toward the trotting ring, but just as we neared it, a nigger upsel barrel of apple sass on Sotier and me. cussed the nigger, and Sotier said that clapped her ciimax. I know'd nothin 'bout her climax, but I know'd it kept n:e from meetin' with the committee on poik and beans. The swings attracted considerable at tention ; also ihe great panlicural ner vous cordial, intended for persons afllict ed with the simples and oilier head dis eases. Quite a number of premiums were awarded. A pair of leather specs', warranted not to break or cut in the eye, tht! patent hen's nest, au 1 a patent bain jumpei, all drew first premiums, and many others loo numerous to mention. Yours, ike , i i JERRADIER PARSLEY, ESQ. Ohio. We have many subscribers in Ohio, and to-day's edition of our weekly paper u;e last mat will reacli them belore the elec'.icn. The canvass in their S ale has been exciting, and well conducted so far as ihe friends of freedom are concern ed. There is therefore little reason to doubt that they are ready for an effect ual rally on Tuesday next, and lhat no exhortation from u'. is needed to rliinu lite their zeal. If there be any, howev er, who have not been sufficiently roused, or a ho have been lulled into a feeling of security by th apparent cer tainty of success, lei us urgu iheni to be up and doing. A very determined el fort is making to -efeal Mr. Chase for Governor; anil we much fear there is some concealed treachery hatching against him. It behooves every friend his lo be on hand on the day of elec tion, and if they but serve lo swell au enoimous majority, even that it is of iisi men sit service, at die j rcscn lime. Pittsburgh. Gazette. I Post office Robberies. For some time past there have been complaints made by the Post Office De partment at Washington of the large number of letters, with money in them, lost in transmission through Ohio, and which is said to far excee I that of any other State. In consequence of these complaints, the United States Marshal has been unremitting in his efforts to fer ret out and bring to justice the d preda lors, in which, with the assistance of Messrs. W J. Brown and T. P. Shall cross, the mail agents, he has beeen so far successlul as to arrest, within the past five months, no less than eleven post mas- ters, charged with this system of specula tion, an oi wr.om nave Deen examined before the United States Commissioner, and several held to bail to stand their tri al at the October t-i rm of the United Slates Circuit Court. There is no grea ter evil than dishonest post mas'ers, and in many instances the suffering they cre ate is almost incalculable, an instance which came under our observation a few years since at St. Louis. The head ol a family, consisting of a wile and hve children, having some busi ness to transact in Texas left lor that place, and when thert, discovering lhat he naght employ himself lor a time in a very profitable mrnntr, he wrote to his wile in St. Louis, informing her of the prospect of his lengthened absence, and at the same time sending a remittance to enable her to defray her expenses, for they were comparatively poor, and ex pecting lo return in a short time, he had lelt her but little money. Time passed, and, having finished his business in! lous- ton, he went to Austin where he was rof liably employed for two months longer, when he returned lo Houston lo find letter which had been in the postoffice there for some time, from his wile, in vvl ich she bitterly upbraided him for leav ing her destitute and stated that she was about being turned out of her abode consequence ol not being able lo pay the rent. He immediately went into the posiof Gee to ascertain if his letter, which con tained ihe money he had sent (150 up on one of ihe jNew Orleans banks! had been forwarded. He was assurtd that it h. d and with a heavy heart he sailed for New Orleans, on hi way home, from which he had been gone nearly six months. The sorrowful sequel is soon told : Arrived at St. Louis, be found that his unfortunate wife, who had failed receiving the le'ter containing tho raon ey, which was lost between Texas and that city, and who was in consequence reduced to the bitter shifts, for thev were comparatively strangeis in St. Louis, turned out of her once happy home, and l ean broken in the belie! lha' the bus band other heart and laiherof herchildren had basely deserted her had 6 weeks previously taken her youngest child, an iiiKtii. ui nine iiiuimis iiiu. . - , desperation, upon a dar nillt 1Hj CiUSt wri( a inlant of nine months eld, and in a fit of k and stoimy and it into the Mississippi, the lurb.d waters of which soou stil.ed in death the unquiet th rob bings of r.er madened brain. The motherless children were, in the meantime, taken care of by public char ity. Ihe wretched husband, who, du ring his absence, had beguiled the wea ry working hours of day with happy thoughts of a blessed re-union with loved ones, when he should return successful. anil whose visions at nighl waft him off again within the blissful circle of all he held dear, might well envy the peaceful slumbering of her who lay in a suicide's grave for the body had been found the day after she had committed the rash act, washed ashore on Bloody Island but he lived for hU ch'ldn-n, although a broken spiri ed ai-d joyless mau. Cincinnati Enquirer. Poisoning a Family—Suicide of the Husband. We related yesterday the strange death, in Prince George, of Mrs. Wil liam Gill and infant, and ihe sickness of another child, ail under very suspicious circumstances, on account of the sudden disappearance of the husband, William Gill. All created much excitement in the above vicinity, and many suspected that Mrs. Gill had' died from violence. We learn from the Petersburg Express that search was mad.- for Gill, and on Sunday last his body was discovered in the woods about three quarters of a mile from his residence. It was very much disfigured, aud the -yes and nose had been eaten out by the buzzards, and it would not have been recognized enly for the clothing. No maiks of iolence were perceptible on the body, but from ihe strange fact of the deaths taking placo almost simultaneously, it is sup posed that the husband had administer ed poison lo his family, and finally him self. The little son of Gill is in a dying condition also. An inquest was held, and the body of Gill was buried in the woods where fouud. The whole matter has caused intense excitement in the neighborhood, and all are of opinion tnat it was he who was (heauthorof so terrible a tragedy. Gil! was about thirty years of age, had a few acres of land in culti vation but for some time back become half crazy from inordina e indulgence in intoxicating drinks. Mrs. Gill some time ago drew a trifle of money by a lottery ticket, which was now neiily, if not all, spent, i.nd on account of the husband's drunken habits, they were fast becoming the prey of vretehedness and vice. Thus ends the career of his family. Richmond Enquirer, September VJih. Horrible Attempt at Murder. The Rev. George Tucker, on Sunder week, with his son an I daughter, were going tocnurch in llavton, Connecticut In passing the house ot Captain llarvev, this man fired deliberately, first al Mis Tucker, and as Mr 1 ucker turned to see the cause of t .c firing he received the contents ot a secoud barrel of a shot-gun iu his lace. It would appear that in turning arouud, he fortunately escaped (he bulk ot the charge, which struck against the wall on the opposite Mde of the s'.reel. Miss Tucker's escape amounts almost to a miracle, as the assassin must have fired point blank at her head. The ciiarge entered the poll of her bonnet, making a bole about the size of an orange, carried away the comti in her hair, and lodged in the wall on the op posite side ; and not a shot touched her. Hopes are entertained of Mr. Tucker's rtcovery. No cause whatever has been assigned for the outnge. Harvey was arrested. A Nebraska Election. Purple, who. is "ihe gtntleman froLi Burt County," just at this time gives tl e following account of the mode of electing member, of the Legislature in Nebraska, lie said : " Cummings, ihe Secretary said to me one morning, 'Purple, we want a member from Burt County' So harnessed up mIhI took nine tellows with me, and we started for ihe woods, and when we thought we had got about far enough for Burt county, we unpack ed our ballot-box and held an tlect'on, canvass d the vote, and it was astonish ing to observe how great was the unan miiy at the first election ever held in Bu:t county. Purple had every ixte ! So Purp'e "was declared duly elected, I 19 hi I K 1" A Smart Editor. Portsmouth. Ohio, is certainly a great place remarkable for a great many great productions, among which may be mentioned fast boats and fast horses, in dependent tipplers poor whisky, and last, but not least, smart editors. They have one specimen of the latter article down there lhat Baniuin could make a fortune on, and we think it ihe duty of the citi zens to inform the shopman of the exist ence in their midst, of this rare specimen. Baby shows and Feejee meimaids would be cast entirely in the shade. At the recenl Republican meeting in that place, the editor of the Daily Her aid, who had just that morning run up the name oi tumble as his candi late for Governor, thought he must do something to distinguish himself and prove his de votion to the great cause he had just is poused. He accordingly jumped up on a meat block and announced that " he had a question to put to Mr. Chase. Mr. Chase took a deliberate squint to ward the individual afoiesaid, and said he would risk a reply. Cries of "go on, go on!" And the man seeking knowledge un der difficulties, "went on" as follows : "Mr. Chase, are you in favor of the restoration of ihe Missouri CompromiseZ" Mr. Chase look breath, and said he would first ask his friend "what he meant by the Missouri Compromise?" "How, sir?" . Mr. Chafe "Tell us what you mean by the Missouri Compromise." A painful and fluttering pause. Then laughter, and cries of "he can't do it!" "he don't know what it Is himself!' "The Missouri Compromise," said the individual, "is ah it is " Laughter, and cries of "go on, go on! "The Missouri Compromise is thecom promise we give Missouri in eighteen hundred in eighteen hundred and twen ty for which our fathers fought aud fought and bled, when we got Mi-souri." Here some one tore his pants on a meat hcok, and swore some. Mr Chase laughing 1 perceive my friend does not know what the Mis souri Compromise is. If he means lo ask if I am io f ivor of restoring what is left of the Missouri Compromise.. I reply there is nothing left but the Prohibition, and I am in favor of the restoration of that. I concede tc the slaveholder all their rights and privileges, and wc uld not interfere with one of them ; but 1 oppose ttie extension ot s a very over anv ot the new lerrilory north or south of 36, 30. mere was a small commotion again on the meat block, the crowd upou it separated, and Ihe man who had been hungering and thirsting about the Com promise," got down, passed ou', and "compromised" his feelings by quench ing his "thirst" with a gin cock-tail. Scifta Gazette. Inhuman conduct—Shocking to a Negro in Tennessee. We find the following in ihe New York Times, from a correspondent whose let ter is dated at Franklin, Tennessee, Sep tember 20W : A most sickening tragedy oocurred three miles from this place on Monday and Tuesdfy last, which throws the fic- tiiious performances in " Uncle Tom's Cabin entirtly in the shade. A nolo rious woman nmed Ellen Bordon, hav ing had hei jealousy aroused, on Mon day last, by th.; conduct of her husband toward a negro woman employed in her bouse, begrn on Alonday to whip and torture the woman, and persevered in her cruelty uniil some lime next day. when the negro died. When the fact of her death became known, a Coroner's inquest was held, anl a warrant issued for ihe arrest of the murderess. The preliminary trial is now going on, aud from testimony elicited upon it, there t-ems to be no doubt that the negro was made to endure the most a ful tortures lor nearly two days before she was killed outright. fc-he was first tied and whipped, boil ing water was poured over the abdomen and legs until the skin was all scalded off and the fatty tissue cooked, leaving the muscles bare ; she was then t ken into a smoke house and locked up. and probably on the next day the remaining injuries were inflicted, which put an end to her misery. The last injuries were the hanging of the negro by a rope attached to a jo ce in the smoke house, and a severe blow on the temple with some pointed instrument which pieiced and fractured ihe skull. On a post mortem examination the neck was found to be broken, the back part of the head badly bruised and two other gashes with the same sharp instru nient on Ihe head. The back was also found to be considerably scalded, though not so badly as the front part of the body The woman Borden, made no attempt to escape, and exhibits perfect indiffer ence aboul the affair. The excitement in the towu is very great. Tod and Victory. Dave Tod was iu Coluirbus a few days since to make a speech. '1'be St ite Journal says of the fizzle, that Locofo coism musl be on its last legs in this ciiy. The poor, miserable, wretched remnant of a broken down party, had the meau ness to interfere with the iSoap man's rniwi) last evening on the Stale House Square. The soap man iu disposing of his wares had drawn quite a crowd around him d t i l- was picking np a num er ol dimes, when ihe "Rats in the Row" iu hopes of .. . . . . . i - . 111 iking a III tie political Capital OUt Ot the I tfoap man's ciowd, ran over lo ihe Amer-1 lCail Hit IT Dave lOU, ami boriOWIIl a ; couple of tallow candles, they pl up the s'lL'klv li'ht On top of a rough Stand, and ", ,n i . i i i j seated lod and Victory behind ., and pressed the German Baud into ihe i ,r . . . I StTVlCe, in hopes Ot drowning the Voice j ..f Sim man Rut tlie Soan m in ' ot tne ojap man. rui me ooap man Continued to Speak ill praise of his Soap, . and ihe music of ihe Band couldn't be-l gill to drown the Voice of the Soap man. o ' , Tl.... ..An. ... ........ I... ..t....4 m.i.V LfttVC 1UU Srtw ai uui.c lie nimu a yjyn chance with his rival, and whispering to Ins deluuea menus mat lie couia not speak in the open air, he fled inglorious h from the stand, and left the .Sta'.e House square in possession of the Soap man. So Tod and Victory, an I the Rats, and a few others, retired to the Citv j 11.11. half a mile off, where Dave rod . . 1 i made Ins speech to a Jew victims, who, came very near being roa.-ted ior t u ir , fully in Slavin" to llelir hilll. fillllk of j Hon. Dave "Toil, Tod and Victory, Ex Minister Tod, Tad without tne little Ik1s who ihiiiceJ willi the Empress of Brazil, slealin' the crowd from a oap man to make a speech. Ala.-, pioi- Tod ! 1 , I I I ! : , And yet they Come. We hear ot quite a number of l) nio cralsin this couuly, who have renouuetd I'ierco Douglass and Co , and uuiltd with the iepublicans, finoe the removal of Gov. Reeder, among- them three of the most talented young Deinocrats in the county. There are others who ought to go and do likewise. Why any young man with gene;ous imputes, slinuld cling to ihe support of slavery, we can not i'ues. Il ni.ty dolor "uM tossils 11J to ies," bin net for the young and yro nes.iv. Medina (jazt.te. Hard the Rascals. whole power of the present con . 1 i . . , J """"'" " ". uiou'iu io near upon the election soon to crnne olt in the free States. ;ind particularly iu New Yolk, Pennsylva- ma, and Ohio. Its tools find their way into the Caucuses and Conventions of the ' Democratic" party, where they do all the wire-pulling ; for which very patri on.; sendees, they are paid from the Na tional treasury. V have some of these uisinerested patriots amon-r . A, among us. As a specimen, we tefer to E. M. Stone, Esq., who made a speech at the Sa ' Xhrht Con vention wh.ch assembled in'thiAown on Thursday last ; who fi,runJ at the cau cus or t to appoint deVrau.., from this lornslup to that Convention, and who has endeavor, d to make himself ally useful in forwarding ihe interests of me pro-siaverv taction ot this county. We understand that Mr. S. ii!l c y.i. ,,0. 01 ulmiU otates Uonsul to Malaga, an office which. :w n.- told, pays from S3,o00 to 84,000 per annum to the incumbent. If this be so, why is he not attending lo the duties for which he is receivim; pay from the peo ple, instead of endeavoring to uphold weak, pro slavery Administration by do ing its small, dirty work ? Has he been ordered here on this duty by his masters? Has he been called home to help "crush out" the free spirit of the North ? These are matters about which l lie people have a right to enquire. We do not beleive Uiey care to pay so high a salary for lhat kind of service. When th s couutry was unuer colonial goverment and partially dependent upon uugianti ior jier iaws, Kings and Cabin ets sent their tmissaries among the peo pie, to teach them obedience. The felave power, through the Administration and its minions, are doing the same thin" nov7. We tt-H Mr. Stone he is engageuT in poor business, though he may be obey nig Ihe orders of his pro slavery employ ers. Xoru-ulk Reflector. Drugged and Robbed. A man named Wm. Bergen, whose family resides in Cleveland, was robbed yesierday on board the Ocean after hav ri i. .i i w-w ""Hiu uruggeo liquor. tie came ironi MuskegRn. Wis., by way of Grand Ilivtn and Kalamazoo, arrivim here Sunday morn ng, in company with two men naraeu vv ni. handler and George A. Clarke. Ho paid all their bids from iscousin here, they having no money. Yesterday he went with them to the boat and bou ht tickets foi them and himself lo Cleveland. Chandler then goi Bergen to drink some liquor with him who vtry soon after went to sleep. When he came to his senses again he found him eif robbed ol 59 in bills, $40 in gold, and a note for 252,07, given by the " Illinois Union Co.," a lumber ing corporation having mills above Mus kegan. Chandler has acknowledged his base ingratitude and guill ; Clarke pro tests his innocence of being an accessory. Part of the money has been recovered, and the note. Chandler has been com mitted over to the Circuit. Detro t Dem ocrat. Political Crippledom. The Ripley Bee noticing the combined txertions of our neighbors of the Times and Enquirer to aid Medill by put! ing '1 rim ble, and build up Trimble by iiifla ing Medill, ex claims, " Go it ye cripplts." We are not much in favor of slang phrases, but the application of the ttrm "cripple"' to such a pair of worthies and their per formances, is so vividly true as to rendei the impiession classical. It i" a melan- cholly attempt to make one pair of .'egs walk out of two that cannot stand. The whole tiling is preposterous. You might as well try lo gi t up a race with the fore legs of a saw-boise, and the hind legti of a clothes-horse. There is no congruity in the thing It is the marrying of the gout to the rheumatism an essay to make a mermaid out of a monkey and a u ackerel. " Go it v e crij pies," indeed. Cincinnati Com. Girard Market. GIRARD, Oct. 1, 1855. science. Mil in me tuatiei 'i ujsiptm -" chronic feature ai.uut it, allien very often defy aU ' , "" J1' "'that thuuui:-i: suiitr for r;tr, .iras!i hutii in hoily and j'j. l. Jai-:.son. are truly a most valuable pn-uaratiol.. It is a tonic medicine, tfivinje a healthy action to the i!oul.K.,. allll wat i.efouuu hi.-t.iy s-nicatde at ail sea then " especially iuie .ru pvsiK-piac.u otiy l,e cured I.) jallem llstfvcra:.ce iu one coorse ol treatment ; ai.d to all those suncriujr ntider this sad nialady we aould recommend an andicaliuo to the ile- ( iif ,. KiKrnan Bmer , isu Arch-st ., Phita Pkila. Jiuirtr. Sec advertisement. 32t rry lit xons. There is no meliciue ahich his f Farmers being busy seeding, receipts of wheat are veiy light, and prices have materially advanced, SI 20 to Si I 30 for medium and red, and $1 30 to $1 40 for white, latter price for choice lots. Rye in belt' r demand, at 60 to 65. Oats 25. liran and shorts same as before quoted Wheat common, SI 20S1 25 SI S:5-$1 35 1 30(tf-5l 40 good red, white, J. & II. BALDWIN IxvALi &BLK Rkmeiiih. Here are a fctr simple rem eilie for very prevalent disonlrrs, which we have no ht-aiUiiou in recomibeiitiir. na infallible: ior se dicknesi suy al uutoe. Fur ilranlctMiiieda-ilriiilc coltl water. Kur health tike Ayer'n Pill. or acciilent keep out ol itanr. Tu make niuuey iiilvertise iu the Chronicle. t or coughs aiiil colds take Cherry Jc'eetural. To keep out ot jail pay your lrl.ts. To be happy subscribe for a newspaper. To pkae all uiiiiti Tour own t usioesa. To have a good couscieuce pay the printer. 1TP IxvjsvLiim rrcoreriug from tlx ettects of Fever, bilious diseases, or long continued illness of any kiui. will 3ul Carter s Spanish Jjiiture tu only remedy winch will rfvWe their drooping constitutions, ex p-1 all al humors from the llood. excite the liver to prompt and healthy action, and )y its touic properties, restore the put tent to life and vi;or. We can onl say thy it. A single bottle is worth all the tro-valled Airsanarillas in existence. It con tains no Mercury, Opium, or any other nuxtnua or v" smou4 ttru, and can he given to the youiig-st infant wit .out heitution. i?ec the certrticates of wonderful cures sruiwel the bottles. Store Uian hve bunured irsous in the city of Rjcunio;l, Va cm testify to its ijoo-1 eliectd. see advertisement. 3 Hi scUoiu reciuin.eu.! a manufactured nedteiuw, lielievin - that in tuuit ca-ea. nature herself perfects a than can Eaccom- plishcl ly the ve-eta.lc4 and uiiuirais of medical r-l. Joitively cured, so many caws of Canker, Salt Kiituui. rtrv sn.el.is, scrofula, and all such diseases as . ..... , ,. J . art-e Iron: an mi vr'jel in mnmre stated the cpjoit, as nr. r. a. AND t ALT KilKt . Mai l, wnjeuier accomiiiinci.t. the i. krtb. winen is advertised in another column of rhi paper. Tht-leader ean juiljr; for himself 3 Etkks&l Tigilai.ce Is the price of liberty. Twen ty live cent is the price of a bottle of Perry Davis Pam Kiiier Fr sale by merchants generally. In quire fr the u'W ilre with to tine steel rugraved lar tis on each ottle, if the old style of puU.h up offered. Re sure li is the euuine. 3-U Su r,Vu imiZ ry it 1 i.i 1 .1. iu. - ... ,tue, B1V sUi.u n..i.rs win i e ken. .lum.? the t'aii V; ;v.Vrr:.. 1 ,!,:.!l also Leepoue ou my own lann in B!o..:i flrll. 0..1. I". 1-iJ.-- CI1AKLL3 l;i(W.N. CT.MMiN'GS- WORKS All of IJ them jut recM at ocK) A DA Mii 10KA and the Doctor, at J BALDWINS. MOSHEIJl'S CIIUBCII HISTORY, aud KULIUIOLS ENlYCI.urEI IA. octlli iiLAI:i,ls.- LIFE an in tt. -.t d Time:; of James Cn-runn oea- IIALDW 1X9. IFK OF BLAXXKIIHASSETT, r.n 1 ci ruijt bilc lor j cvuti, :it ADA3.S- I AG- II ,v:ii AG BAG, by X. P. Willis, .1 1 BALUW t. . B KLL SMITH ABROAD, AT BALDWIN'S. SOF THE HEV0LU yJ ti.:;. k-n-ut ivz fir the y. Aj..-. U l p.f. :i n at At ADAM'. Marriages. i In Wam-n, on Uw STth n!' ) Ker. George W. Xanty.Mr.Wiuux emi MULon d.-.. In Baietu, oa th 27th olc, hy n. d. Frr, Eq.. Mr-0tlv Lwrrs.of Bettt. n.t siis. juey wie. of M"Cc. Marriages. Deaths. Simple :inmncewu . gratia ; nmtitts -'3 ct. a y uart. I'ied. at his residence la WertLhersfMiJ, on the 3d iat-, Mr. Davis A. Adimj, in the 7I,t e ir of l.is.n-e. Mr. Adams was hora In- Ltsb'in, Connectient, in tha year 1TP4, and remored to WeatherauViil in VU2. BeiBg ene ot the earliest settlers of this County, ka cheerfully euconmere't all the privations anj hard ships incident to the new settlements. He 9rre-l aa Lieutenant In th Sorth-Western Army in ttte year 1R13. During a lor? lira he has honor.ii.ly and faith fully performed the various iluties of a citizen, a hes hand, a lather, and a Christian ; aad at last, fall nf years, has gont to his rewanl. ITe hore ihe sutTcringa of a long and painful illness, without a amnuur, looking ronranl with the eye of faith to that better land. wher I the weary are at rest J Casual Advertisement must be puid lor when handed in. a a ITAR INSl'RAXCE. COMPANY STJTF..ytrjfT . ike C.rf.f,., . ,,. S0r -r. C.. 0deaWr,JV. r...a Ik. ir.t ii Jif. W- jo. ' 1. Name and locality as specified above.-.. V Lhe t" 150,000 CO 3. The Capital stock w paid op.... I 'ilsh oa hiu"' "u tne hands of a-nts ! T$iZ::Z::Z:Z::V"VZ f. ne assets ot the enmpany are as follows: S,40S 40 none, none. 3. Bonds 4. Detsdue the Company, seenred hy mort paie, beine 8nt lien, dnlv recorded, of which amount more than $M).0.rf) is upon property worth dout.l Oie sua for which the same is murtstaeed .... .. ........... 5. Ile.its otherwise, s- cuied.... ...... ...... fi. lel.ts for Premiums 7. All other securities, being Bills Receiva Me for Preminme. ......... ... .... 5. Amount of tia'dlitk-s due or not due to Banks or ether creditors fi. Losses adjusted ai.d due................ J. uosses adjusted and not due 8. Losses unajnsted. 9. Losses in suspense waiiins further proof 10. No other claims aeainst the Company, except a few .lj items oC expense, over paymeut hy asents, ar re insurance, and one claim of S3.VO, rtristei 11. The greatest amount insured in any one rsk 12. The greatest amount I In-red hv"th" 13J.0O0 00 none. 2.-9 3S 19,469 fit none, none, none, none. 503 08 S.OGO 00 rules of the t'-ompa ny to he in any one city town or village. No rale on the subject. 13. No rule as to the irreatest amount allow, ed to e insnr-Ml in one block 14. The Act of Incorporation is the same as at ihe last report Subscribed anj sworn before me "this'llVh July,lS55. ujah Wiutw, Justice of the Peace. H. O. FOOTE, Secretary. CERTIFICATE OF ATTIIORITY. (TO expire on the 31st day f January, IS3S.) STATE OP OHIO, ) Arnrroa or Ststu's Own. CoLmai's. Sept. 7. 1S35. Httrtat. The Star Insurance Company, located at Oirdeosl urirh, in the State of New York, has filed in this office a sworn statement of its condition, as required by the first section of the "Act torecutate the Aireneiea of Insurance Companies not incorporated ly the State of Ohio." passed X:,y 1, 1H54 : Jlml wktreiu. Said Company has furnished the un dersigned, satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of at least one hundred thousand dollars of actual capital invested in stocks of at least par value, or in bonds or morteaites of unincumbered rear estate worth doublo the amount forwhich the same is momraared : And wkmmt. Said Company has filed in this office a written instrument, under its corporate.) seal, siicned. by the President and Secretary thereof, nominating and appointing THOMAS J. MrLAIN of Warren, ita Apen: for the transaction of the business of K re In surance, and fully and nnreservedty authorising him to acknowledge service of process for aud on behalf of saidCompaity. consenting that service of process upoa him, the said Agent, shall he taken and held to he aa valid as if served upon the Company, according to tha laws of this State, or of any other State, and waiving all claim of error by reason of such service : Ao, therefort. In pursuance of the first section of the -Act to regulate the Agencies of Insurance Com panies not incorporated by Oie State of Ohio," passed Jiay 1, Isi4, 1, WILLIAM D. MORGAN, Auditor of said State, Do herebv cttTtrv. that the said THOMAS J. M.-LAIX is authorized as an Agent for the said Company, to transact the business of Fire Insurance, in this State, otitil the thirty-nrst day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, so far he may be legally empowered so to do hy his letter of appointment, and the instructions which may be given ta him by the said Company. Ia wit ?i ess WHgRKor. I have hereto subscribed mv name, and caused the seal of my office to be afiixed, this 7th day of September, in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and fifty six. W. U. JlOKCiAN, Auditor. T. J. ilcLAIN, Agent. Warren. Oct. 10, l?ii-3t 'THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. 1- ELEVENTH YEAH. Splendid E(.avtio Prizes. 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Letters should be addressed (port jmid) to ML NX .V CO., 128 Pulton str et. New York. 0Messr3. MU5N A CO., have been, for many years, extensively engaged in procuring patents for new inventions, and will adv se inventors, without chance, in retrird to the novelty of their improvements. October Id, l55-:w V JCRTE M0N AIE LO: T. On Thurs. day forenoon, the 4th in at., on the Plank Road leading from Warren to Leavittslmrgh. nearly opposite the Brick Yard, east of the Toll Gate, a Porte Monaie, eoctainimg ahout Twenty Do Mars, sixteen in goid.and the balance in small bills and c Ita nee. The finder will e re wan ted by giving information of its recovery to the stthsorir. LINUS MESSENGER. Windham, Ohio, Oct. 10, 1H53-It L7OR SALE OR RENT. My Dwell- 1- ing House and Grocery, at Leavittsburgh, threw miles west from Wrtrren.is o lie red for sale or rmu The lot consists of af oot half an acre of land, on which is a good Dwelling, with Grocery Store attached, a new Barn and Ice Hooe, all iu good order. Pos-esion given on the first of JaJioary- For further particulars inquire of the suhficriler, on the premises. Oct. 10, lh;V-3w JOUN A. GEBHART. "VTOTICE. hereas, my. son, Lewis ii (1 eh hart, a ceil 18 years, has left me without any jot cau-e or provocation, this is to waro all persons a? ;unt har'oriL-; or trusting h.m on my aecouLt, as 1 will pay no debts of his contracttDC J'UN A. GEBHART. Leavittshury, Oct 10. 153-3 w V A N T ED A Youns Lad, from 16 I i to Id years of ape, of good business capacity, can procure a situation as Clerk, at the Warren Foun dry, by aprlyii'C soon- Good references requ;red. October it', lKii. 7 BITING- CLASS.-Aiiss AD ALINE friend- ami the r-uMie of W arrcu, tint sliu will oMrn a CLAJtS IX W RITING, on )!..u.liiy ivemnjr. Oct. Mh, at the residence of Mr. Juralhan Duulsip, uu Soml'-Bt. where she U1 l e ltaeil to meet any or all of her oM scholar, villi a Btar7 nrw oues aa may feel disposed to avail themselves of her service!. Wim, Oct, 3, lrii- lt Dii71 ! Ti;iUiSr OCTOBER APPOINTMENTS. Dr. II. Tl'BBS, Aualytie Physician will he at ia routes. Warren, tiatki!) House, Mooi'ay, Oct. M. H ivtsxi, l'rentisa llouse.r riilajr auU Sauirtlay, 19tb aud ioth Ocl"!r. . ratii.t!ls and others vishinff .onsaltation or farthrr treatment. iaaM tall pnmptlm a tkt Itmt miitertisrd aionr, as after Ihm October mpp ointment' none tthcrm will il mode or ottemdtd until March melt. Then they are to be resumed and continue a heretofore. Wooxrrit. Ohio. June. 1.-53. Dr. TI. Trans Dear Sir: Id justice to you 1 cannot refrain eipr.-isiu my j-ratiUule. and at the same tia.o will oiler souetliiiur of my ererieiicc. hopmi. (,f i.uo I'shcl ) it Diuy l-rove i ent lici.il to write huBiai.ity. For the last seven yea" I li ive la- ore.1 mi.li-r a coml.i natior of disease, and suUered to au cjlei.t that ren dered life a liurtun. The best naysiciars or the conn try weie emoloye.l, InU iu va.u ; they gave neither ..;..!.ra;reiuci t or relief. In the fall ol 1-411 my uerv- ous rsiem was coaidetcly roUrate.l I y a course of t.hi 1 f.-ver. From lint time niy lan-sere weak. causing ttiuch ililbcilK ol hrenthilis. cou;b and e.,,,eC. toratiuii. 1 also suHVred extremely with a stinjin pain in uiy ieft siie, near tlie henrt. and Isu-lc to the shoulders. ut stil' more fl ora a violert strujr'-Iin of the heart, aud aa indeacrii r.'se sinking, dvitu fcelins. whicft it seemed impoisH le to survive. These convul sions or throes of the heart would terminate by a rush of blood to the head, producing a feartul s;tiatioii, bordering upon delirium, and leiive nie exhanted. A pain in the l-ack and stomach, with frtU'td vomitin--, added to mv alnictwn. enjrtlvtnd Heab were tinh reduced. I was o' liired to keej uiy 1 ed a jrreattr ait of the tiioe, and friends and D.irUi-ora irave un all hope of my recovery, thiiikiri)? nt sinking with consump tion. In the summer of le-51, when my disease aore its darkest form, a friend nreil me to see Dr. Tu ' s. I have d.ue so: have taken .f no other medicines since, and am happy now to say my bealtn i ioo,l. Disease haw disappeared under trentiuvbt, like dew be fore the ttorriinr sun. and I cn Konr a urkat household adatrs from morning until evenln.-. with no incotivrn ience abate. er.- Yours, tnily. . KKdlXCA A. W1IITK. We give the a'-ove without comment. Those wishing furtiicr iitfoi-uiatiou, can tail oa Jura. 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