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O. A. ADAMS, I O.X.HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WARREN, WEDNESDAY. KOV. 4 Paying Debts, just at tts juncture, it would be wen it someof the clt-rjy wott!d preach from .. the text, "Agree witk thine adversary - quietly, whilst thou art in thewsr wiih him." It wt ulJ be particularly appro pfiale, in ibis riciniiy. . - " There is Urge class of men, who, lfnnnfrll lBwin(r imnU mAani at Inair a 1 - 1 . . j ii e .i - mnm m u 1111 I w Durn n 1 1 ! u r n I I ti ! v i n . 4ebtedness, take advantage of aa occa sion like the prerent, io stare oT all ; tmall debts by pleading hard titxu a, scar ' city of money, dee., tlus forcing the me chanic tradesman, and the laborer to wait for ' fib. 1 sums which to them are of great importance alway particu larly so now, and preventing them from paying to their creditors, and they in ' turu urinble to pay those whom they owe, and thus causing embarrassment and distress through a larg circle of com munity. This practice is not only sa premely selfish and illiberal, but it is in oa t dishonest. It deprives the laborer and trader, of the use of that which is hia rightfui due, at a time when he most Seeds it, and thus actually robs him of a part of its value. And for what, is it done? Sometimes for the nu-re pleas ore of carrying the money in one's own pocket, but oftener (we are sorry to say,) for the purpose of loaning the very mon ey which they are thus withholding, at exborbitant rales to ihe very men to whom it might have come in the ordina ry course of business, had it been paid out when it should have been. There is another class who owe a few large sums and many small ones. They will stra o every nerve to psy one large debt on the day it is due, but pay no attention whatever to the many small ones. This loo, is wrong. Of course it is right that one large debt should be paid, but it is -not right, if in order to pay it many smaller creditors should be distressed. .'There is another class, who tale no thought fur the morrow, but spend free If, buying whatever appetite may crave or fancy dictate, not really intending to be positively dishonest, bat having an unshaken faith in Mr. Micawber's doc- .a . .! it ice, pattenuy patting tor something to turn up, running in ueoi wnerever iney . ... i-. j can ooiain ereau, ana never areaming that their expenditures may exceed their income, until tht-y are wound up with a round ttlra by a sudden refusal of credit. This class is gem-rally short lived, and reach the end of their career before they can do much damage. V. " It r - . t . u is win tor men not to De wise aoove " what is written, but to take heed to texts, and old saws, homely thcugh they be. 'If every man in the community were faithfully to endeavor to wipe out as mcch of Lis indebtedness as possible, pec?ally his small debts, at the earli . fn . . i est. poss;oie time, me re mi which would 'be felt' woald be astonishing. There -are very few men who could not if they ebose,. do much towaids this desirable end. If . they have not money, they ihave piope.-ty, other men's notes, . or - stocks of various kinds. No man knows until hi tries how much can be done, with other things than mon y, to pay debts, and no man knows how many debts five-dollars may pay in the course of a single week, by passing from man to man. We conclude with the following aJ vice. Pay all your debt, if you can, but pay the small ones, at all events. Financial. Within the last two weeks $2,500,000 i.ii r J . vr v i e in goia nas arrivea ai iew ioik irom California, and over 81,000,000 from England. T : , e, t: (. . a lie till ptuv cruciii. iu t-icmug iii3 m New York has thus far had no effect upon the market here, as the bills can still be purchased at 90, or a discount of ten per cent. ' In our own market to-day the price of Uold keeps down to ctrly par in ex change for currency. The brokers are occasional buyers at 100100, and sellers at lC0jI01. The Asia carried back 8100,000 in Gold. The amount Bent by the Black Warrior to New Or leans 9353,000. A good part of the receiols bv the Persia will ro in the si me direction unless New York ex change improves rapidly. The latest transactit us wei e at 96 J 9 , short sight. Some further sales' bills on London were made early in the day at 10G10, Canada drawn for the mail by the Aria. Mosey grows easier at bank, and prime sV.ort paper is wanted by three of the large banks, which are well supplied ' svith currency. -V. Y. Timet ' New Orleans, Oct. 3. The money market kr rntinup without am relief. i and the eiisis is worse than at any former period of the city's history. . St.. Loots. The lightness in the money market sti:l continues. The money pressure serms not to be eocficcd to the United States, but to have spread over a great part of Europe. The Bank of England has raised its rale of interest to 7 per cent, and the Bank cf France to 6 per cent. At Vienna the rale of discount in the street is from 10 la 18 rr es-nL. and at llm'.rr it in 9 percent. Blackwood's Maoazike: Terms 3 v.r" Rlrrriit an I uv fin rf rw J V the Reviews 85. The four lie views and Blackwood 810. Published by Leonard Scott t Co., 79 Fulton street, N. Y. . ' The October numbrr contains the fol lowing, What wi.I lie do with It, 1 art . 4; New Sea Side 8:udiee. No 5. Mod era. Light-Literature-S;ciety; Oar Ila- gWogy; Scenes of Clerical Life, No. 3; Janets Repentance,' Part 4; Belochee Traits; Teaching -and Traiuing; The Haunting Face; From India; The Syrian '. Route to (he Em. Mr. Thomas Crawfoid, the dulin-l guUhed American sculptor, who has' been at the point of death for so many! months ..died io London on the I0;U in lit-, mi 4.1 years of age.' ;.j The Republican Pyramid. Here is the record of Free States that have gone Republican in 1857. Look at it: OHIO. IOWA. MAIN K. VGMP.ONT. MINNESOTA. CONNECTICUT. RHODE ISLAND. NEW HAMPSHIRE. And here is the Democratic Pyramid. P E N NS Y L V A N I A. The base is not very broad, and the' apex is not very high; but the structure i Inn lit lliRl .itilt hj Knitt nnilir lliA circumstances. Some how, the people don t vote any more k as to allow qi the builJing of Democratic pyramids, and it is necessary to make the most of the material thev can raise. Cleveland Lea der. j PxjfssrLHAstA Official We have now the entire officii vnie of this State at the l-tte election. We compare the vote for Governor with that for Presi bent, last vear a follow: Prtadrnt, 1?5S. Governor, 1E57. Hnchanan.D 2W.500 Packer. D Fmnont, It 147.447jWilmot. R 146.147 Fillmore, A 62529 ' Hal lehurat, A 28,160 .1 Total tote 460,176! Total vote 36J.197 Decrease in the total ote, 96 979 Decrease in the Democratic vote. 41.610 Decrease in the Republican vote, 1.300 D. cren8e in the American vote, 54.069. Pitt. Gazette. The Yankee Colony in Virginia. Ely Thayer has located his Yankee Colony about twelve miles above Iron ton, but on the Virginia side of the Ohio, where the new town of Ceredo is being laid out. A correspondent of the Cin cinnati Gazette says: "As I approachrd, a busy scene pre sen'ed itself on the oppsite shore. Work men and learns were engaged in digging down the high bank, and opening a high way from, the river to the town that U to be. The grade will be carried far back, so as to be of the easiest and gentlest slope to be found perhaps anywhere on the Ohio. After reaching the top cf lhe bank, some uf the advantages of the lo cation were spparent at a glance. One of the widest bottoms on the whole river stretches away for miles above and be low. The coil is sandy, eminently favo rable lo dry cellars and basements. There is a sufficient slope everywhere, to carry nff all surface water. An excel lent quality of building stone is close at hand and in great abundance. This is also the natural and most feasible termi nus, we understand, ol the great Central Virginia Railway, now being constructed from Norfolk to the Ohio River, and which .is already completed as fir as Covington, between the Blue Ridge and Alleghanies. The season was so far ad vanced when eperationn were commenc ed, that there can be little show of build ings this winter. However, quite a num ber of cellars are already dug, and foun dation walls laid up. Forty thousand dollars worth of steam engines, now Uing at Parkershurg. will be floated down this week, and set in operation as soon as j suitable shelter can be provided;'' and when spring opens, the work will go vig orously forward." Twenty Five Miles Trotting. The trotting match between the Tay lor and Dalton horses, (the same which trotted 100 miles a few months since.) came off at Bridgeport, Conn., on Fri day last, and was won by the Dalton horse in.1 hour 32 minutes. Their first halt mile was made in 1:45; while the least time was 1:39, and' the longest 2:01. Mr. Dalton stopped his horse three times for rest, but the other kept on the track from the start to the close. About 1,000 people, among them many ladies, were on the grounds. The authorities of Bridgeport, as a con dition ol allowing the race, obliged Messrs. Dalton and Taylor to make oath that they had not and would not bet on the result. Tremendous Explosion and Loss of One Thousand Lives. The Slndian of August 16 h has the following translation of a Persian letter, received from Joudp re: "On the night of the 20:h of August, between twelve and two. heavy rain fell, accompanied with heavy peals of thun der and vivid flashes of lightning. A few minutes after the scene was repeat ed with tenfold violence. In the fort belongiug to the rajah, situated on a hill constructed of s'ones of various sizes, and containing a passage subterra neous, the magazine of the rajali had been kept. This was struck with light oing, and so.xe thousands of maunds of powder were exploded. "The shock was so great that the walls of the !irt and a temple and four ponderous gates were blown up in the air into a' thousand pieces, destroying 500 houses and all the people living therein. Up to the time of writing, the remnants of the inhabitants were engaged in re moving the dead bodies found under these ruins. It was gleaned from the Kotwal of the place that upwards cf one thousand had already been taken out, and that others were also b-ing remov ed. The domestic servants of the ra jah, ns well as some sepoys who were kept to guard the plice. wtre all killed." Such a dreadful occurence was never known in JouJpore before. The mxjor ity of the people were destroyed and otherwise injured. A stone weighing a maund was picked up at Soorsnnugger Talao four miles from Joudpore. An other large stjne fell at Chowpassauey, six miles away, where falling on a housa it killed three peop'e. The News from Utah. latest intelligence fiom the Mor mon country is of startling significance. There is no longer any attempt at con cealment, on the part of the leaders, of tlie-.r intention to resist with force the United States troops on their way to the Territory. It is boldly proclaimed that such resistance will be made; the people are openly called upon to get together stores cf provisions and munitions of war, and even women and children are inform ed that they must arm themselves for eon Gist. "We are the Kingdom of God and the State." says ileber Kimball in his recent discourse, "aiid we will have Brighara Young for our Governor just so lorg as he lives." B.righam himself has also delivered another highly inflamma tory speech, telling the people dial the Government of the United States must be resisted to the extremity. Meantime, the newly -appointed Gov ernor Cumminge, ig on his way to the Territory. The troops accompanying him are but a handful compared with the i infatuated hosts which Brigbsm can ral ly; though the discipline of the Gover nor's soldiers will give tbem an immense advantage ever the Mormon mob. Sanduttg Rtgltte't. , . - The Result in Minnesota. We are indebted to Mr. Jas. S. Abel, of Mecca, who has just returned from Minneso a. for the following as publish ed by the St. Pauls Times of the 28ih ult. Official returns from all the Counties are received, with the exception of 14 Counties, which are not officia'. electing Ramsey. Republican, for Governor, by 885 majority. The following are the footings: Ramsey's vote 18 110 Sibley's 17.225 Ramsey's majority 885 Scbxk i the Car A fine looking and fashionably dressed man, apparent ly about 25 years ol 1 was attacked with the delirium tremens, on a last night train going from this ciiy lo Lafayette. He was accompanied by his wife, a young and exceedingly beautiful woman. A friend of ours, who sat in a seal im- mediately in front of the couple, wa9 awHsened from a slight doze by a quick, shrill cry "help!"' He turned and saw lhe woman clinging to her hu-b ind with all her might, while he. raving wilJIy the while, was endeavoring to break away from her. Her fare was white with terror; and in attempting to cry once more fur assistance, she fainted en tirely away. The m in sprang from hi seat, and rushed to the door. Our friend immediately rushed alter him. and ar rived at the platfoim just in time to pre vent toe unfortunate young m-n from jumping off ihs train, which was goin.' at lightning speed. Our friend led the man back to his seat, and succeeded in quieting him. The woman was with seme difficulty restored to consciousness, and at Loganeport the couple alighted. The fearfu' scenu created no little ex-ite ment among the passengers. Furl Wayne Com. A Commercial i'anic has broken out, not only in Great Britain, but through out the continent. It has evidently been brought about by local causes, and was spreading rapidly and disastrously. At all the great money centers the rates of interest have advanced and shipments of considerable amounts of specie from England to Ipdia, the Cape of Good Hope and other paints have lakeu place. There were Iwo failures in London, by the B-tl'ic's advices, sixteen to twenty in the silk trede at Manchester and neigh borbood, ten to twelve in Paris, one in Marseilles, and two in Vienna. It is also stated that, as respects commercial losses, very heavy amounts have fallen on Lyons and Havre. A Vienna paper states that scarceld a day elapsed that some bankrupt speculator lid not com mil suicide in that city. Some of the London journals affected to believe that the financial difficulties would be of short duration. They had not, however received lhe news of the suspension of the New Yoik banks, nor of the many commercial failures that have occured during ihe past month. The flow of specie to America has commenced. The Baltic brought 363.000. and S2 000. 000 are now on the way in the Persia and Canada. Sad Incident or the Latk Ch cxoo Firk. The Cleveland Review, ol Thurs day evening, relates the following sail incident of the late terrible conflagration in Chicago: A lady passed through Ihe city last evening from Chicago to her home, in the vicinity of New York, now desolate by the sudden loss of her husband. They were at the Tremont House in Chi cago, the night of the fire, and he. from curiosi y. went lo it, and when there, was crushed under a falling wall. So mutilated was he, that it was only by some remnants of his clothing thai the agonized wile could recognize him, who but a moment before was in the full vig or of manhood. Their money was with him, and was, we understand, des'royed. The widow, almost heart broken, meets with active kindness from all. The rail road men pass her free, and others are also attentive. She came from Toledo on Conductor Ames' train and one Mrs. Whitaker, wife of a merchant of Toledo, interesting herself in her lehlf. went through the cars with the kind Conduct or, and obtained ouer 820 for her. The corps is lo be' forwarded by the Express companies. The WavIt was Done is Kansas Tt ?s related that in Marshall county. Ksnsas, the judges and clerks sat in the second ttvry of the houe, and received tickets through a hole intkt fijor just large enough for a man's hand to pass through! Of course the judges could not see the person offering to vole, and one man could vote fifty times if he choose! By this plan the judges and clerks couM tireur that they did not tee any illoyal voting- Marshall is a back couuty on the Nebraska line, where a she riff, who was recently ordered to summon thirty rix freeholders as grand jurors, reported that there were not thirty six inhabitants in the county! Yet a Democratic majority of four hun dred was returned from this county. The vote was thrown out. Pittsburgh Gazelle. A Toccu CusToMia It is reported that a man supped into one of the mills at Brandy wine, a few days ag, and ask ed for some flour. He was told by the gentleman in charge that he was cot the owner of any. The man replied you have plenty of it stacked up here. That is true, rejoined the other, but it belcnus to o:her parties. The reply to this was, I am out of work, you will give us no barrels to make, I am out of mon ey, and it will not do to let my wife and children starve, abd I will take som of thai flour at any rate. Suiting the action to the word, he threw a large bag on his shoulder, aud was suffered to march out of Ihe store unmolested. Wilmintf.on Republican. A Qceeb Mixture A correspondent of the Rochester Union, writing from the West says: '-Anecdotes of Western life are somewhat etale, yet I will ven ture lo mention a real occurence which took place the other day on board a steamer as I came up from Prairie du Chien. In the long saloon of the boat a singular scene was presented. At one end, a clergyman was preaching to a small crowd gathered around. In the middle, gambling was in busy piogress; at the other extremity of the saloon music and dancing! A practical exem plification of Western freedom. Between the several parties thu variously en gaged, the most perfect civility prevail ed. A Ccrious Will. The laty Rufus W. GrWwold, a somewhat celebrated eritic, died on the 12 h of August Ust, leaving several children and two widows, one of whom is said to hare been de.vorced His will is a curious proluction, as nei ther f lhe widows nor either of ihe chil dren is mentioned in it. The will was on Monday offered in the Surrogate's Court for probate. The two widows were rep resented by counsel. . The case jras fin ally adjourned till the 21st, so as. to give -the widows an opportunity to look into the t wai. . . - ' i a A Domestic Tragedy. The family of Mr. Philander Stevens, residing in New Fairfield, has recently been, and what is left of it still is, the scene of ihe deepest sorrow and affliction. A few weeks since the wife ami ihe only son of Mr. Stevens visited the West, and on iheir return stopped in New York lity. During their stay there, the boy. with some of his acquaintances, visited a place of amusement, where it is sup posed that he contracted the smallpox, as that disease developed itself in him about two weeks after he reached home. Soon after the nature of the disease was discovered, it look a violent and fatal form, terminating in his death on Sun day evening last. On Monday Mr S e vens, assisted by his hired man. buried his son on his own premises. On Tues day the mother of the boy, her daugh ler, niece, and in all probability, Mr. Stevens himself, wtre attacked by the varioloid. During the evening of ihe same day Mr. S., overcome by ihe dis ease and the melancholy circumstances by which he was surrounded, fainter1 and fell to the floor. Recovering from his swoon, and returning io conscious ness. he retired, but arose again at 2 o' clock on Wednesday morning and left the house. . About 4 o clock his body was discovered su-pended by a rope from hi neck, under lhe cow house in his barnyard. All signs of life had de parted. It has never been our duty to chronicle a case pres n in j more sadden ing details. Danbury Tmes. Failure or the Pot a toe Crop in Enulasd. The London St irof October 6th rays that the anticipations which bad up to that time prevailed of a plentl ful crop of pola'oes in that country bad been suddenly dispelled. The Star rsavs: Within the Iat lew week', however, the rot has manifested itself in the most extraordinary manner. Hundreds ol acres will not pay for the digging, as the potatoes ahhough looking Very well when first taken out of the grou d. in 24 hour are unfit for use. Unfortu nately this sudden manifestation of dis ease is not confined to any paiticulardis trict, but seems very trenen I. ihis is very sad intelligence for the poor, as it will practically put this valuable esculent beyond their reach, fortunately, how ever, we have had a plen iful harvest. No Foreign Troops to be Emploted. The rumor having become curent that the British Government were enlisting men of other nations in the Indian ser vice, Lord Napier has caused a contia- dictory statement to be published. He is daily receiving hundreds of applica tions from American citizens. a!l asking mploymentin the British army in India, but refuses (hem, and stales that his government has resolved to employ no loretgn trorps whatever in India, but lo quell the insurrection by the foice of her own arms. Lord Napier also denies the report that he had issued orders for the arrest of filibusters by the British squad ron in the Gulf of Mexico. He says he has no authority for issuing any such der, nor if he had ihe power had he dooe so Sandutly Rrgitter. Tub Effect A correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, writing Iri.m Quinda ro, (Kansas,) on the 2 1 si, says oi Wlk er's proclamation setting aside lhe Iraud ulent returns of Oxf rJ precin -t: I wish I could give you s. me idea of the excitement produced in Qnndaro by this proclamation. The fintncial panic, the specula'ion in town lots, and in claims on the Indin rei-erves, are all no where. The nervous grasp of the hand, the bright countenance wiih which every man greets his neighbor as he says: "Triumphed at last we are all right now," wou'd almost inJuce .a stranger to believe that these shrewd speculators never did really care about anything but the freedom of Kansas. Send it Over The Boston Journal says a correspondent of the Springfield Republican has been writing from Stock holm, Sweden, telling of a kind of Swe dish stove, which he thinks of sending home. The same form has been u-ed one hundred and fifty years, without ma terial change. Sayt the wri'.er: "Only one fire a day i-t made in them and then only a small quantity of birch wood is used. One of common size is capable of heating a room about 30 feel square, as warm as you would desre it, even in this cold climate. The amount of wood burned in each stove in their eight nvnihs of winter, is only one cord Sweedish, which is a little less than out cord." Cuicaoo Morals A few days since very pretty urirl, some-fifteen years old, whose parents resided on Wabash Ave nue. Chicago, visited some Iriends, and left their house about dusk. That is the last that is known, of her whereabouts by her friends. The same nfternoon. a irirl of corresponding description ws forcibly inken to a house of ill repute by two men. and her pleadings to be allowed to go home were heard by other inmates in the house. The next day the girl was not in the house, and no further trace of her could be found, although energetic meas ures are on foot to dUcover the perpelra tors of the foul wrong. Tux Altar and the Grave The Newaik (Wayne County) Courier pub lishes, under the head' of marriages and deaths, the names of Chapnun and Brownell. Mr. Chapman was married to Miss Brownell at five o'clock on Mon day evening, and at eleven o'clock he died. He has been for some weeks con fined to his bed by illness. Knowing that he could live but a few hours, and having been engaged to the young Udy for some time, he desired to have the marriage ceremony perfoimed, and his wishes were complied wkh six Louis be fore he died. We invite oar reader to the permal of Dr. Ayer's advertisements which ap pear in the columns of out paer. They deserve attention as treating of wha" in terests us all. and from a source which all have long respected. The Doctor is well known as one of the leading Chem ists of this country, who devotes his great acquirements lo lhe discovery and manufaciure of remedies for. popular use. The unparalel'ed success which has followed his labors is too well known in this community lo need eny cluciJa lion from our pen. Washington Co. Observer. The Johnstown Echo says lhat on Tuesday moiniug. the 20th ult., the hills around Johnstown, were covered with snow. The Echo says the mountain, are fu'l of Bears. Instances of them being (rapped and shot have occured almost daily for the last month. ' A lar ger number of ihi m have been killed this fall than was ever before known They are very bold, and in many instan ras have seized hogs within sight of dwellings x.nd carried the an off. This is a world of queer ups and downs. John Thompson, the late banker, is super intending a candle manufactory. It is to be hoped that some of them will throw light on lis lite banking operation. News of the Neighborhood. Sharon Steel Case. In the case of Joel B. Curtis vs. the Sharon Iron Company and George II. Smith, being a bill in Equity, praying for an injunc tion lo restrain the defendants Irom man ufacturing steel. Judge McCalmonl. at an adjourned Court in Mercer, on Fri day ihe 9ih inst., read his opinion. The opinion decides the following points; 1st. That the manufacture of tleel is included in the word iron as used in ihe General Manufacturing Law of 1819. and that uch was the int-nticn of the Legisla ture. 2d. That the wcrd iron in the certificate filed by the stockholders at the lime of their organization, does not include the manufacture of tteel. that the words canting and nails in the cer lilicale create ambiguity and render lhe meaning of ihe word ion doubtful if not ; restricted. 31. 'flint it is comnetent for the Directors of the Company by a vote oi the stockholders to extend the business to the munufuc.iure of steel, by following ihe requirements of the I9ih and 2Jih sections of the G. neral Manu fnclurin Liw. 4ih. That the Direc tors of the company had full power to estxhlish an offije at Erie. i. beini an important point for the operations of the company, is not its principal place of hu-iness, without first taking a vote of the stockholders, and that they have the right to kep theOrignal Transfer Book at that office, .' ih. That it was within the power of the Directors of the eorop nv ro enter into the contract with George II. Smith. The Court issued a decree injoining the defendants from applying the funds of the company to the pay ment of lUbillities incurred in lhe manu facture of steel, until a vote he had to ex end the business of that company to that business, and awarding a writ of in junction lo issue on special issue. It was ordered 'hat each prty shall pay his own costs. P.tt. Dispatch. Robbert. 0b Saturday r renin?, the 1 7ih of last month, the house of Robert Hodge, near Claiksville. was entered hy thieves, and his Bureau taken from lhe room where he was wis sleeping, and carried about twenty roX. robbe 1 of ever $500 in money, and a note on Ciias Koonre, for about 400. wiih other notes to the amount of 830. Two war rants were issued for four men, who were snspected. nimes not known. Two of (hem were arrested here on the 2 1st., by officer Brooks and others; lhe other Iwo left on suspicson. and were pursued by R. Love, cf Claiksville. and J. A. Leech, and others, of ibis place. After running about a mile or more the thieves were compelled to swim the Creek, and thus escaped. Those arrested were found to be well armed, and those mak ing their escape swam with th-ir pistols in iheir hands. West Qreenvill: Times. Attempted Robbert. About the first of September, an attempt was made to rob the Mansion House in this place, by four villains, wh't had taken lodging fur the night. At 1 o'clock they lit a candle and came down stairs into the bar room, where the hostler wa sleep ing; one of th-.-in clutched him by ti e throat, and the noise made by the fra cas, awoke Mr. Holler, who came out just in time to save his life, he being nearly stra.ig'ed to death by this lime. Officers were sent for and shortly a pos se of eight men arrived lo arrest the scamps, who had decamped to the room again On consultation, it was thought advis able not to attempt an arrest in the room, for fear i hey might be well armed and would resist. Daring the consultation lhe fellows sloped through a window. The affair was kept quit!, hoping lo find out who they were, Tiie two men arrested for robbing Mr. Hodge, are of lhe same party and it is hoped ih? others may be apprehended. West Greenville Timet. Thieves About. On Tuesday night last, the Shoe Shop of Charles Schuyler, in the second s'ory of the building ad joining the Union House, was entered through the window by means or a lad der, a silvtr wa'ch and some half dozen pairs of fine boots, were carried off, amounting in all to lhe value of fifty dol lars. On the srae night, the cellar of the dwelling-house occupyed by M. D. San derson, on Federal street, was entered, and sundry articles of provisions such as meat, bultcr, miik. itc, taken away. We advise people to look to the fasten ings of thiir dwellings and shops. Ma honing Reg:ster. Store Enteked. The store of Mr. Di nioud was entered by some bad char acters on Sunday night last. They reached through a window, and remov ing the fastening uf ihe hnck door, when they had free access to the s-tore. There was nothing laken except some bottles of choice liquor put up for medical pur poses. It appewrs they were judges of good liquor. Si to dst'e Journal. The Republicans of Portage celebra ted the election Ol Gov. Chase and 'hi omie uc&ct uj a rvbiivni m Aiaveiiun uu Friday evening, A Urue number of la- dies graced the entertainment by their presence, a number of the townships were represented by ladies and gentle men, a salute was fired, and a determi nation was manifested lo fight on and fi-ht ever in the :"od cause. CosTor American TkavelinEuropk. Tne drainage of treasure from this country lo meet the expense ot American travel in Europe, is enormous. The amount tXM-ndt.d annually is es'im tted at S 10,000.000. The amount next year will be reduced tens of thousands. The hard times have ruined thousands, who, when they left for Europe, consid ered themselves independently rich. Banks of Pkxkstlvama wnicu pat Specie The Bnk of Pittsburgh. Pitts burgh; Allegheny City B ink, Allegheny;! Mouongahala Bank. Washington; Wy-T oroiog Hank. Y ilkesbarre; Catasque Bank, Calasqua; Honesdale Bnk. Kit laniiiug Bank, Kittanning; Bank of Pol: s town, Pottttown: and Farmers' and Dioveis Bnk, Waynesburg. During the last qusrer, S12.G5 was received h about 2200 letters at the dead letter office. Not quite $50,000 a year is generally thus received in about ten thousHud letters, or about, on an av erage, five dollars a letter. Cf this it is calculated lhat nine tenths aie re urned lo the sender. ' The Mont we Democrat a flaming prc- slavery locofoco sheeet says some cf Wilmot s friends are claiming the in creased majority for him in lhat borough as evidences of Ins popularity, Republi can gain. kc, but the fact was owing to the vote east by those connected with the S'ormal School. Tub SoRGtiLat Seed Poisosous. The Mcqile Mercury cautions lhe public in re gard to feeding stock with the Chinese Sugar Cane. It says the blade and stalks are good forage, but that ihe seeds aro deadly poison. A fine horse died near Mobil a few days since from eating them. j j News Items. Last year "only one person in 16,168. 449 who traveled by railways wes killed" from "causes beyond his own control." Wm. L. Cory, a benevolent old gentle man of Huron, Michigan, recently bought a little blue eyed child from her drunken parents, for 3,000. The Post Master's son at Piereeville, Wyoming County, has been held lo bail in the sum of $2,000 to answer the charge of robbing the mail. Discharged. The Philadelphia Zedyer men'iionscerlain manufacturing establish ments in lhat city which usually employ 9.857 hands, ihal have now reduceJ their f jrce to 4 919. The Cleveland Plaindealer has a little glorification article headed ''Payne at Home." We shall not notice it at this lime, further than lo ny lhat since it has been ascertained lhat Gov. Chase is elec ted, the "pain at hois';" ha been most intense. OAi'o State Journal. During the whole of the revulsion in 1837, the number of failures reported in New Yoik was about Gve hundred, but lhe returns under the bankrupt law, in 1844. showed that five thousand took the benefit of lhat act, showing liabilities amounting to aboul fifty million of dol lars. The 6th of October, the day appointed for a National Fast, all the churces in London were opened and collections made for the East India Relief Fund. The Rev. Mr. Spurgeon preached in the Crystal Palace, at Sydeuharo, to n audience of twenty four thousand persons, from whom $2,350 were collected. Short Credits. The wholesale dealers in silk and millinerv good in Boston have come to an agreement no: t- give more than four months' credit. There seems to be a general disposition in trade to shorten credit and gel nearer the cash sys tm, the only safe system for business hit our business men promptly aJopt the same course. Since the re election of Gov. Chase, the Ohio State bonds have advanced in price in New York. One of the lies pro mulgated by lhe Locolocos dnring the canvass was that the ''Black Republi can" administration depreciated the value of our bonds, and that the election of Payne would bring the price up again. One of the Hartford banks has sent an agent west with some $40,000 of sus pended paper, to get his pay in grain or flour, which he is to bring East. A mer canlile house in the same city has done the same. A prominent banking house of New York began this some weeks ago. and undoubtedly finds its account in so doing. Reluming Emigrants. The clipper' ship Dreadnaught sailed from this port on Saturday for Liverpool, wiih three hun dred and forty passengers the largest number ever taken in a sailin? vessel from this country to Europe. Most o' the Boston and New Yoik packtls now tike out a goodly number of emigrants. who, alarmed ai the hard limes, return home. X 11 Tiib. New Carriages, &c. Our frii-nJ Vtra Forut hat keen adding two fine double carringrs and louie single luggiet to hi Livery establishment. Mr. E. SiioiMEBGEa has opened a Livery at the Gaskill House, and h has new hones, (es pecially the roan,) as well as sew vehicles. D. Tubbs Will be at the Hational Hotel, on Wednesday, the 11 ill inst. W 110 WILL BE WITIIOIT ITT (Extract f a let ter. Concord, Sutea Island, N. T.. D . Tniui, Dec. 17. S. Allow me to inform yon. after four years' personal trial on man and neaat that I would not be without ynor Vkkb-tisk Lisoskkt in my house it U. cost was t-t per bottle. I bare never used anything of tin I. in. I to equal it. Vnurs, P 8. WANDLK. Price S3 SOctf. per bottle. Depot 56 Cor landt street New York. Sold hy SPRING TUHNER. War ren, aad JAMES WARD Co.. Nile, and others throueb the coontv. FITS! FITS 1 ! FITS!!! DR. IIANCE'3 VEGETABLE EXTRACT EPILEPTIC PILLS, Fr tkt tun Fit. Stmwu, Crimps mud mil Ari mad Cmmstilutimmmi Vimmt. Perrons who are llnring und r this distressing mnl mlywillflnd KB. IIANCE'S VKUETABLK KP1LKPTIC PILLS to be ttie only remedy ever discovered for cur iiift Epilepsy or railing fits. Tnrse pills possess a SeciAc action on the nervous system: and, although they are prepared e-ecially for the purpose of curins I'll, they will he fouud ofespe cial benefit fol all persons afflicte I with weak nerves, or who-e nerv,ns system has been penetrated or sh:,t tered from any cause whatever. Iu chronie com plaints, or diseases of long standing, superinduced by nervousness, they are exceedingly b ne&cial. Price S3 per box. or two boxes for S Persons oat of the city, enclosing a remiltance. will have the pills sent them through ths mail, free of postage. For sain br SKTH S. IIA.NCE. No. l(M BALTIMORE STRKET, Biltimore. Md., to whom orders from all parts of the Vision must : he addressed, post paid CARD TO LADIES. M. PEXciB's-'tlArBisil Pill. Ths Importer of this reliable and safe remedy fir Female Complaints wou'd respectfully call the attention of American ladies to its as infalliable in removing obstructions and irregulari ties of the menses. frmmpUi rmttmtmg them in all ca ses. The pprt9imm so common, is Seedily relieved, anil there will be no rscarrsacs of the complaint it this reme-ly is used according to directions, which accom pany each box and package. SPECIAL NOTICE. Lmdiu EHrsigTK. r peetinf tkmmtlwim tm. mrt tamtimmtd m?mint using tkem. ms miscsrnmgs wmmld mmmmm. Lmdies desiring mm incrsmst mf fmmtlf skmmld firs? thetr mst smtiretm. ms m Jem puts tmem msmim mamld me smrm tm wrstoemt irc'issrs. Proprietors importer, or a-ents cms be in no wis resiMiiisible after this admonition. AUh.sugh certain in effect, they are so mild as never to produc injury to the health. Hail Packages, having the appesrsnce of an ord:nary letter. Pr.ce ai.OO) are sold only by our general agents, who will send them by ma I. post ptid. on receipt of price, ltoxes Sl.-t Ualf Boxes S cent. Messr.. V. II. ALDEN t Co.. Cleveland. O.. are our general agsnu. All orders will b promptly filled by them. Sold by E A. SMITH A CO.. aad SPRING fc TURN ER. Warrsn. and by Druggists generally. Marriages. In Fannington, on the 24th ult., ly Isaac Lee, J. P.. Mr. ASA P. HALL, of Parkmnn.anJ Miss PHEBE COE. of Fowhr. In Johnston on tli 26th u't, by Rev. Oziat Eells. Mr. EMORY W. liCRRILL, and Mis MARIA P. BOVEE, both of Johnston. In Hartford, on the 23th ult., by Rev. C. W. Reeve. lion. ASA HAYXES, of Vernon, an J Mi NAXCY A. COULD, of the former place. WARREN MARKET. Flour, rerbhl 56 00 Wheat V bush 100812;. Corn. " ? Flaxed " i Clover " V-Vi-? Timothy" Bean " - 1 J0 New Potatoes... V E,'5, f dux 8. Wool " 30a2 Dried Apples ? a, isr-iiiS Coffee - l2kV, Su?ar Olean. ? Ib 101H MapU " 12s Molae Maple ?S1 1 " Orleans -- Flax dressed B - --'8 Hay per ton -' 56W PcAi-side v a. ....Vo-.i2 Hams - " -- 124 " BhrniloVs " ...Vii Casual Advert ie meats mast be paid for wrbea feaoded in. MILLINERY AS1 DRESS MAKING. MRS. C. W. MESSER. Ao't. 70ULD call the attention of the La dle of Warren aad Vicinity, to her anlendid stock of MILLINERY GOODS. which have just been received. lier stock consists, in part, ot Beady Mads Cloaks, Jloanets. Cap. Hcad-Dresses. Kibbon. Edging. feathers, flower. fc . snd all Millinery article usually kept la a first rat establishment all ml waica will b sold at Lbs lowest cash prices. 1HB.S1IAMU bone on th shortest aotice.and in a style that esnnot fail to pleae. London. Paris and New Tork Fashion received monthly. The latest Fashion in Dr PaUerna, con slant. y on hand. COUNTRY MILLINERS upplil with goods at Whnle.-alr. Place of hasmoss ia Millikin's Mew Block. Vsia St. Warren. Ohio. aov 4-4 v. $5,H) Bottles sent by Express, upon reception of the price bv wail or otherwise Address BO.VE SOLVSJCT COMPACT, Warren, Trumbull Co.. Obis. CVRBS cured without blistering, by Bone Solvent, which is a positive specific for young Ring Bone, Spa vin. Spleut and Callosity. The 1'hotoix Drag Store has secured a fresh supply ot this remedy, a see a by th following corrspoudei.ca; Warren .Oct. Sd. 'ST. C. It U.SMos. New Tork Dear Sir We kave sold the entire stoc of Solvent, and wish yoa to mak ap a Maud send by Express, as w have freoacnt calls for it. Kllae say oa most sen ! as much aa a grots . a it aelt like hot eake. What is opium w.rth r owT Yours, dec. SPKINO TL'R.SEB. Xstiossl IIoTti , New Tork. Oct. Tlh.T". Messrs. Srtijs A Tessas. -Tours of the d inst. is at hand. Will send yoa some Solvent next Monday, anless I leave for Ohio this week ia which event I will cad at your store and pre,are yoa a fresh supply am perlecting aa arrangement which materially as sists in its pharmaceutical department Opium IS worth t-I.UU tlorphine is high alia. tti-h Respect, C11AS. R. DARMON. SCHOOL BOOKS FOR Ja!e at ihe New York Boofe'tore. Wholesale or Retail. Conntry Merchant. School Teachen aw1 other ia nnt of mm assortment, aro iu Tiled to e-.ll aod examine oar stock. SIcOutTej's and Wetsters 9iellers. McitadeVs Header aol Primer, all kinds Kay's 1st, ihI,3J ant Hither Aritlimetie Thorni'Son's 1st. iod and Higher do Adams. Smith, Oreenlear and Perkins" AritVcS. Coiburu and Mar rib's Intellectual do Pitinoe s. Smith, Greene', Corel, Clark's. WtZls1 and Hart Grammar. ffeniih'. Mitchell'., Olnee, MeXaMr's. Morse's. Mout-eth, Parley sad Colton's ox Pitch Geography. Wright's Orthography : W us on Mind. Mayh-Mrs' Fulton and Jatmans Book Keeping. Pai nam's K locution; Cutter' Pbyaioloty. J ino rayter Physiology; W ha ley's Khetoric and Logic; Kane Elements. laruomis, Kobisosu Paries and Greene's Algebra; Dsr vies Bourdon. Loom is aud Daries Geometry: Andrews and Stod dard St Bullion Latin Grammar and Headers; An- tnons Latm .series. Webster's Inetionarieo; Wilson's Iltstories; Slates f all kiatls. A jrood assortment of School Stationery, and a largo snppljr of Toy Books for school presents. PoRTta It 8UN. Warren, Novembers'. 157. MBROTYPE STOCK & CHEML l V CAL3. AmHroti nists will find at B. A. Smith A Co's-, a fin assortment of goods in their line, sold at eery low prices for cih. Authonj' Iodised Collodion in 1 f and X bottle. COUMtantiy on hand. K. A. s. dc CO, IA BOXES GERMAN CHEMICAL t J SOAP, or Woman s Friend, bv the Sox or har, at K. A. SMITU dc CO'S. CIDER VINEGAR, it prime article, a;tabl for table nse or pieklio. at B. A. SMITH CO'S. 8BBLS LARD OIL. 10 do Extra. Tan ners' Oil, jnst ree'd and for sale by K. A. SMITII cfc CO. B URNING FLUID, wwranted of su perior uaatity, for sale at B. A. SMITII fe CO'S. OECOND HAND PIANO, in eoexi tO order, and will rfoguod serrice for ten years, at th low price of 15U dollars, at ADAMS BOOKSTORI. -THE MIRROU OF FORTUNE, or the JL AnaWfts of Life; designed for the entertainment l dociat Circles. A most intemtinc new hook prce fl.Si, at All A MS" B4JJK-TUltK. rFHE CHRISTIAN VIRTUES. Der- X sonified as a divine familv. an Illustrated all eory. A beautiful new took, r-rice 9,1.00, at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. HOLY LIVING, wiih prayers, con taining the whole duty of a Christian, by Jere my Tr lor. price l. mi. at ADAMS'. IEV7c. II. SPURGEON. Lis lif, and Xi Hicistry, pric 75 cents. Just ree'd at AUaUS' BOOKSTORE. 4 NEW lot of Mu-ical Instruments of J. V, all kinds; also Sheet Mosie. jnt ree'd at ADtHS' MI-SIO STORK. T MIE WAR TRAIL ur the bun! of the Wild Uorse. price I,4S, at APAVS.' CPURG EON'S SERMONS. O at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. NOTICE. STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull County. Sotice is hereby given, that aa application will ie mane to th-? tiovernor of Ohio for the pardon of Rollin A. Leet. who was tried and convictrd at th Uarch term of the Court of Common Plea. IS55. of said Coatity for the crime of Poisoning, and sentenced to the Peuitentiary for th period of afteea years. Nov. 4, l:-3w THE STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull County. In Conrt of Probate la and for said Coanty. Daniel II. Higby. Kxr. on the 1 Xtale of John Cook, dec. I rsnnos to silw v I Laaa. Zaeheriah Long aod others. J To Hul 'a Smith. Henry Smith, who live ia Wlseoa sin. Zaeheriah Couk In Iowa. Bath Bennett and Blish Benuett. Michiran. James Cook id Iowa. Th unknown heirs of Louis Ann Oatman. and the unknown heirs of Binice Sperry. V..O are herel-y informed that on the Snd day of So vetttber. A. D. 1-5". said Bxecutor Sle-.l hi petition ia the Court or Prolate of said couuty. the object and r-jver of which retition is to obtain an rlrr and decree of sai l Court to sell said laa-l or premises of hich the said John Couk died sei -d. aad n which decedent reside., at the timeoi Ins death; aud petition will biforheariuf Dee. Snd. IST. DAN1KL U. IIIOOT, Executor. Nov. 4. '5T-4w. QHEltlFF'S SALE. O Uumphr-y Harsh vs. - HcClsory es Hutchia. By virtu of aa Venditioni Exponas issued sat of the Court of Common Plea of Trumvnll County Ohio, ft. me directed and delivered.) 1 will expose t. Public Sale, at the residence l Joha W. McCleery. ia th. township of Johnston, in said City, oa SATUB DAY, the Mth day of .November, IKS", betwa th a.nrs of 10 . clock A. at and 4 o'clock P at . of said day. th following ..escribed property lo wit: two S hors wsgons: one pair krowa oxea Sve year M; M sheep; one brown horse Bv year old and on buegy. II. R. HARMON. SheriS. Bhsril's OfBc Warran. Nov. 4 'S7-tw l.tO A TTACHMENT NOTICE. 1. Thomas J-SIcLain, ria. !Bil Just of W Before Asor Abell, vs. Isaac Jacob. Deft. Justice of the Pear arrea Township, Trumbull County, Ohio. On ihe KM day o October. A. . 155 aid Jus tics issued an order of Attachment in the above action for the sum of JUS." 3. and that said cause is continued for trial until the l'.th day f December, A. D. 1ST. at 9 o'clock A. M. THOMAS J. McLAIS. Warren. Nov. 4, 57-3w. ' VOTICE IN ATTACHMENT. i.s John Bain.) Before Isaac Lee. a Justice of th v Peace ot the Township of farming- Roheson Henry.) ton. Trumbull Coanty. Obi.. The defendant will take notice, that on the SSth day of October. I57. said Justice issued aa order of Air tactt ment in the above action for the Sam of Iss Hun dred and Eighteea Dollars. Said cause stands contin ue I until Saturday the ISth day of December. IfS. . at one "clock P. M. J0US BAIS, Pitt. November , i -J BARGAINS FOR STOCK GROW IRS The subscriber will sell, at any time, at Private Sale, for cash or credit. at very reduced prices, any oral! ol hi entire stock. consisting of 8 Durham Bulls and 40 Cows. Heifers and heifer calves, li rt rste Jacks and Jennets. A superior lot ot South Down Bucks and Ewes. A few Colts aud young Hor ses, aud I pair Chester white Pirs. H months old. r SLTII A- BL'SHNELL. Hartford. Trumbull Co.. P.. Oct. gi'.'ST-tf. SCHOOL TEACHERS ATTFND. There will be an Examination r School Teach er at Kmp:re Hall, in Warren, oa Friday th 13th, also, on rriday tlieth days of November nexuoom-mencinx- at 10 o'clock A. M. of each day. U. H. lll'TCHISS. Cl'k of Board cf Examiners for Trumbull Co. Warren. 0-l. V. 'jT-Sw. WEaieEXl'ECTlNGEVERx'DAV. T v oor stock of Pianos and Melodeon. which will be sold st th m rrice as they can b bought fa- at the manufactories in Boston aad New Tork. and shall he glad to a thoe wh are musically inclined, at . ADAMS' BOOK at ML SIC STORE. Warrwn.Ohi. rPREATMENT of HORSES Bod other L domestic animals hy Mon. W. Chartoa. ta great Farrier aad Veteriaary lureoa. late proprietor of th Royal Veterinary College at Pali, aad Ex. Vet. Sur geon at th Military Sohool at West Point. Mob. Chartoa has the pleaaorof announcing to thceitiaen of Warren and vicinity, that he will remain in thia town part of the Winter, t one rate oa all diseases appeitaiiiiog to Horses and other domestic animals, no matter what complaint. No hambur. Horse pat up by th subscriber will he guarantied good. Tail Nicking or Pricking eaa be well in three weeks. He will also sell a book fr breaking and tam ing vicia ta horses, eoataining receipts for Ihe cure .f all diseases to which horses as liable. II will! foaad at th Americaa Utl. w.rre. -. - mOJi. r-.CIIARTOX. t?L0UR By the barrel, Mtlf brrel1 L and smarter barrel, at . . ' ' IrWa"i Warra. Oct. '37, STEWARTS COLUUtf. - No. 10 Market Street, WARREN, OHIO. tttqt nv.crF.ivvn irnnxf . 1 1 Tork a targe and varied stack t all srtfele la the way ot Fmntf Of is, which are asw ottmrmm beta as WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Caasisting la part of th Mlwwlaf artislsa: . m nrs rat mocs or LADIES' OCANTLETS, 11 prices, frost Sa t tJ.OS par pair. Also, t sales' aad Childrsa' Wowloa Cloaks, Hoods, Habits de Opera, Victorine. wnitdrcn Jackets, Capes, Comforts, Tippets, &c., Ace. Gents' Buck Gloves, Buck Mitts, do Goaatleta. Kid Uul Tnder Shirt and Drawers, all price. Ladle wad Sent Carpet Bags aad Satchel. Ladioa Rolieal. all price from f 1 .00 to 1 10.U0. Ladies and Gents' Fleecr Lined Cottoa, Merino, Cashmsr aad Wool SMve. Buffle Beads and Bu?Ie Trimming. all sixes and style. 1 o ri PERFUMERY f all th mat, ineludiag LUBIS'S Osaaia Extract for th HaaJkarchief. COLOGNES ' the best kinds, from th geaaiin "Jtmn Mmrim Tm rsaa." dowa U cents per boUl. The Franipanni, (or Eternal PerlLmeJ ia all varieties f Extracts, Toilet Water, Pomades, &c, See., acknowledged t V th host la th World. Rose and Bear's Oil, all prices and qualities, from 1 1.U0 per aaittl d.wa la Sj, mat. Ladies and Gents' Cotton, Wool Sc. Merino Hose and Half Hose; Cheap. Childrens Cotton Ai Merino Gloves. Children's Hose, all kinds; Cap, Letter & Note Paper. and Envelopes of all kinds. PINS, all sizes and qualities, from Kir'iy English Sul Pia,dwa to the commas Oaas Pia. A few Pairs of Genuine "Jet Bracelets," which w offer at mn precedents! ! pritts to els so out ths lot, SMrroas. sasttas. STEEL PENS, including Gillotts. niaeka. Well da Co's. and ths Washington MdUia Pea Also, Pen Holders of all kinds; Bone and Ivory Dress Buttons,, all Colors. The best stock of Colognes in the County. Hoops of all kinds, including Brass, Battaa, Whalebone aad Cord ll.p. J. it P. Coates Genuine Six Cord White an I Color Spool Cottoa. at FOl'K CESTS PKHSfOOL. Linen Threads, Linen Tapes, and Bobbins. Cotton Tapes, all Widths," Chenille Cords, Elastic Head Bands, A New Article, Portemonaies, all prices fiom 121 eats to S3.M each. Calf Wallets, the best assortment ia th Canty. Hair Brushes, all prices from 12 cent to Si.OO eaoh. Elastic Bonnet Combs, Memorandum Books, Pocket Ledgers, Note Books, Copy Books. Umbrellas, a fine assortment from 4 to 50 shillings ach. ' Ladies Dress Belts,, including Silk, Moir Antique, Velvet, Patent Leather, all Sizes and Colors. Fancv Toilet Boxes & Cases, iust tli thing fpr Presents the cost lag Holiday. A good assortment of Ladies and Gent Cott.a 4k Linen Handkerchief. Clrtt Bwt dsrs. Hem Stitched aad Plain, all Tarietie. And in fact everything in our line that cmM bs wished for. aad all w aak la that -TOD will giv as a calL Frimem mhrnil emit. JAMES J. STEWART, 10 Vaa Gordon Block. Wama. 0. P. S. Country Merchants are in formed that owing to the PBESSCBB. they eaa get har gaia hy calling oa at S. IO Market llmL MILLINERY 4c DRESSXAKIXG. ' PHE undersigned has opened a Milli- gun' aew block, Jdaia St.. opposite Porter' Hook stores 1 tie tatties ox wim .v. ..j - "r----Invited to call ael examine the foods kwfor purckaa. it:-a. si..w. a I . i- ugeisewnere. r- ami Headdresses always aa hand. Bonast Bleached r. . , i , . ..1 Bm.M Rtitehinw ax ibsila. lag done for tho wh desir it. with on ( Wheal m Wilson naltut Sewing Machine. U . . M. W-USSSBS Warrea. October IT. IS57.tr.. BAZETTA ACADEMY. -The Winter Term f th Batetta Academy wiU staassss November S3d. and matina tr a term r IB week. TriT.IOS: Common Branches. ..... ... . ...... as.5 Higher - B, Contingeneie.. XI H Tb labacriner weald call th aartlcalar stteaUsn ot ratrons, to th anasual advantage-aruiag from lb length ot tha tvrat. Papil frequently snead several terms in succasaion. ia esassa.n chMl.ia goiBBMap, certaia portion of their text look, never beiag akla toadvaac beyond that point. n aceoaat f th tasri. ness of the term. That difficulty will b bTiatsd by th lenxth of our term. Voaag mdiea falrBwiSf U teach will bare a Teacher Class formed f.r Ibtie ornrn-'. efit. which, with the length ot thd term, will h aa ex. client preparatioa for teaching. th faiWwing HUHff. BOABB aad places for lf haardiag aa pealrlvsly V .blaiacj ia th village ar aaar b;. a aa rsasonable terms as a any scaoat ia ths th caaatry. Then klad frisada wawaaaa lift.' . sj CLARK RADBst.Pr'Bclpai. aaaMta, 04. .- IVyw.