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C. A. ADAMS. 0. X. if AFtvOOO EPII0I1S. WASHES. WSDSESDAY. 1 AY 5. The Lecompton Swindle. Again Slavery has triumphed over Freedom, and onca more have Northern democrats proved traitor to their con liCkoeiiU, and traitors to the lilit. Exe joativc brities, and patronage, anil party (threat have accomplished the end de signed, and the report cf the Kansas Committee rf Conference, (English's bill) 4ias been passed by boih Houses r-f Con- press; in the Senate by Yeas 31, Nays! e by Yeas 112, Nays 103. I '22: House by Y Tlin cause of this result "is the defec- lion of the Anti Lecomptnn Democrats. )f the twenty-two, who opposed the orig jnal Lecompion bill, foi:r:oen only stood firm. The Washington correspondent cf the Cincinnati Gazette says: Thev are Davis of Indiana; Harris. Worris, Shaw, Smith, and Marshall, of Illinois; - !ioiitrorn-ry, Hickman., and Chapman, of Pennsylvania; Clark and JTaskins, of New York; end "cKibhon, of California. The recusants ore, Pen dleton, Groesbeck, Cox, Lawrence, Cook erill and Hall, of Ohio; Iviiilish and Fo . ley, of Indiana; Owen Junes, of PYnu' sylvunia, and Adrian, of New JV rsev. Ohio enjoys the bad rniiiiere of fiir jiishin the largest ilefeciion, but of her defaulting members Mr. Groib?ck alone! commands any paldic respects. Pendle ton's wavcriiigan J tin.-eii.iMu curse. l.ng s:pee settled liis status here, end Hall's .treachery has all a!on bren nt only suspected but .known. C.K.-kcrilFs con version is nseriba I to a li!;e c iuse, as like .causes produce li!;e effects. The bill which has now become a law is not essential!' different from the vil . iianous Lccompio.i, i'self. If there is - aoy difference i:i rascality, the F.ngliih bill certainly must bear the palm. It precludes any popular vote on the Contitu:iop,.l)Ut submits the Land dodge, offering to the people of Kansas a bribe of some twentv-fu'e millions tf acres of .public lands, if they will accept the Le compton Constitution, but admits Ktnsis into the Union only upon that condition It is simply a biifw cllered to lhe people .of Kansas, to induce them to sanction iio Lecompton Constitution, and come into the Union as a Slave State. The people of Kansas arc to be allowed to vole j .fpr or against certain o-dinanees specified in the bill. If they vote fjr th-m, Kan fas is to be admitted into the Union, forth ..with with the -Lecompton C .iisliuiiiori; if they vote agr-.inst them, than Kansas can .jiot be admitted upon any conditions, at present, nor until it shall ha ascertained ;by a census duly and legally 'aken that .the population equals or exceeds the ra'io of .representation requited for enc mem ber ef.tjje Federal House of Unrcscnta lives; but no proviaisn is ma le in this case for the grant cf public lands. Jt is of a pice with the Lecompton juggle, and is an insult to the people of Kansas s::d to lhe consiion sense of the citizens of the:Uahcd States. It does no: ubmit.the Ccnstiiulion to a vole of the jaople; .they arc not to h.ivf the right to .jsay yea or nay to it, if they uould bi ad mitted into-ihe Union. Tiicy can be ad .ruined into the Union at once, no matter J-hat may be the ppulutiju cf lhe terri tory; tjiey pan liave the grant of twenty- .five millions o?" acres of !at;ds, if tiiey j will only accept the Lecompton Consli- j .tution; bin if they, vote against tho landj grant, then they eanno! come in at al! u:i- j .til a new census shall b; ordered, unJ it! .is ascertained that Kansas contains a pep-j. ulalicn of Dinc'.v-tliree llinusaud. Tin .literal meaning cf all this, is tha a-Jminis- j '. c., ' ! can come in as abiive oiaie, or you can-; not come in at all. r, . r Come. in as a falave f State and you can have the land grant; ! come IP as a S.ave State wan fortv-five! i f c . ' but .tuousand, as a r rce State urn vou have i i r . i ."i j Per a population of ninety-three thousand,;1 and not till then. ly a in be a ! in j pel . The Sub-Treasury Law. Among the many foolish and worse' than fochsh enactments of the last Lrgis- lalurc ot this titiite. li:e Jaw c!i listened to establish the Indf pei-deiil 1 if lhe State of Ohio," publish- ... ,.an act to -Treasury of on tec fourth page cf lilts paper, holds a mji Ulliiiiciii I'uaoiuu. t xr. .,... . t , , . . . . , , " made against emuezziemcfil of lhe iiub-' . , , uie he moneys, but economy as well as sense ; .characlenzo the enuctm.nt.- jof While the act bristks al! ovt-r wiih pains: and penalties, u should not furnish fltcili-1 -. ' . .',-!. r. r . - ' wun me people s money. i - In Ve shall not speak of lb oil! in de Jail, tut eouCue ourselves to soma its , prominent features, trus.io that our read- ers wi l "jive it a carufjl porusJ.' , j Tbc bill provides that ths money of the i . .,. I,-. i-.n :,. ,i... ,T...f .i. Treasurer of o ato ia vault ani safes to 1 i.- : i:-.i.. : .1 ,i.. . t ,..n..u-u.-.., ...-,1 w miuiupasioiiows: at tun piiuiw csnens.-; au i tne iipmicv col-: feach Treasurer, givis:.' him the l e.-.t af moans, an 1 tcinptin" l;is cuprdiiv, to Vake pcojd.'s uovy and run u'wov ! . ; with iu Another feature o ti.is oia J.'i.tt Mn.;es us as atrocious and iittpt.eitfn: ui h ail : i ' ,!.;.. I r t!. Tr.n rr r 1 .......... - 1 " - - : vf ibis rr any other Comity, through few a LurJurs, firo or failure of any banks: ...... nxtxrxx ki ii'irwi KMiiirii at- v. lccted in each -County siwii te kept in .the office of the Treasur.-r iu f.re pro.f ' i .vhuIi or suffs, to he ini.nediaicl v provi- , , ... ri ' oed lor tiiat putiiose.at ilic tiix-nse ot llie .County, tbui. involving an itnuiedirftc out-; of )aV of over $2;VU0 to the per.ple of -e public funds u.ider tna i.iiiiK-di-.o control 000 lixiA, Cr t;. hU p ir.. i-c o. saving : in? same !o ihe puWjc, ni I u ithou; a cent : tal. of profit or iutendod nrr.Ct to hiius -lf, t!ii act on hU Pirt i.- dce.u-.d eo.-z.ii.rnf, , i aod upon conviction, he U T.ffnced ti lhe Peiuler.iary fr -.ot less ta o.n; .of tiure than twenty-oun ycaf. cad Jo pay. H fin of douhli! the amount so d. j1ie(J. '. k more inconsistent, incongruous and in-' provision than this wan n- wir . i 1 , ! ... ous w "'e a on, j '", . ia Uiiian maJe- E'lilxzzleirien: Las a! ways been another's money io our own use, when it is hel l as a tru-.t. Ai'J yet in lids c. se. it is i.nt necessary lit. t rny such act should bo intended in ecoinuii'.ted; i! in))' be an honest pmpese to protect the public inony, yet these severe penalties are visile ! opor him. There is another and specious provis ion in tiifs bill, which it seems it is not in tended the people shall understand. It is provided that all payments out of the ISlafe Treasury of $20 or under afier July 4th, 1853, shall be made in gold and sil ver, and so grading i that in the year 1?G5 all payments made from the State -f,5 all payment, Treasury shall be mane in cold and .-.il- vr; ti'd H payments made from the jCouniy Treasury after July 4th, 1853, of! live dollars and under shall be made in golJ and silver; and the aclul so provides that in the year ISfi.l on I thereafter, all payments made from the County Treasu ry shall be made in gold and silver. It will b? readily observed that if the State and County Treasurers are obliged to pay nut such an amount of gold and silver, they must in turn exact a like a mount from tax payers in gold and silver. The covert object and intention of this provision is to ultimately exact the pay-1 mont of all taxes in cold and silver. H.-iw will taxpayers relish this prevision? Are they prepared to submit to this? or do they think that a payment which is good as to an individual, and in money which the paoplp are bound to use in their business transactions is good enough for the government they support? The Warren Bar. ' ,. finding that publishing a country ;ia-! . J 1 brought him more curses than C'p - c 4 publican. In the last r remont campaign i .., , . ,, ,, did coJ service 0:1 the slump. He; a,way8 bee a zeaIous a(!vuc,tt; ih(j um MIlce causc. SM:iiiU y A,. j . . , rn " "?hy ff Wa" of hearted, geiierou--, atlaldj and accomnio-i Ia.v L. Fcm.es Is a man (we should think) about forty years of age; in stat ure uboul five feet eight inches, straight and well proportioned,-has a light com plexion, regular features and light hair which is begining to whiten, has a face and style of features that is pleasing, al so an easy, gentlemanly address. !s a Buckeye by birth, was born in Vicuna in this county. He studied law in lhe office of Hon. David Tod. I5y industry, econ omy and a fair degree t.f talent, without the aid cf outside pressure, he has made a good living and worked himself into a good practice. He was the 'irst Probate JaJge in this County, i:i which capacity he guve much satisfaction to others, and discharged his duties in such a manner to be a credit and an honor to himself. Since laying nsiJa the robes of oilice, he has been engaged more particularly in tha financiering part of the profession buying paper, &c, in which it is said he has few equals, and no superior. Social the Judge is a genial, kind hearted man, wi.h good conversational powers. Is public spirited, and tries i;i everything (but poiiiics) to keep up with the times, always advocates the interests of educa tion, social progress and improvement of every khid is an administration Demo em', which makes my exception to his keeping up with the liws hold good. J. F. Asrna Is about 33 'vears of; large chest. He is well fitted to be a Member of Congress, in these days, as the Congressional bull-ring, he would a match for any of those law making gentry wha are so fond cf the exercise la Tom. Ilyer, as he could give and take any quantity of knocks, lie is of sanguine temperament, bodily and men- tally, having a strong and abiding foith ; the justies of the cause cf his client, and of his own ability to do justice to his (client's cause. He possesses nosr.all share of industry, energv, an 1 parsever- - ' ' ' ance, auu oi iiiji uoneiui ie:npcrarnei;i . - wlncii never anticipates cicteat. lie was editor of the Cltardon Free Democrat in i ism r.n 1 1. I , e, r.., t .... c, u J ten uie uusuic!. 11 m:i vt n 1111c ; term .j-!it:ikW. rs JiKiin.i nf tli I'i aen ! , . ., . . ,. ! two vears, in tins tow nsniii. i ' 1 air. iVsnrr l-i?rvoK flic rennt.-ilioii rI . ,, , . , !.heing w-cil read in the law. Li a suit i uatriy iriea neiore me. unueu . .o i i t .. i .Court, at Sanduskv, he acquitted 4 welL latrlv tried before the. United States if I iiim-ivix : ! well- In politics he was al ways a warm Anti-! oiaver - v n,an' an j ls oow a waunca uo . . . , r. dating to his tneiins, always rea'lv to lend , , - , , . .. , , . I. lr. in. r .l.itlll t-l !hn nfn-Av r.r In if,-, I 1;s! clare fir thi! public good. ae, bar the physique tf an Aj-ix, stand- ing about six feet one inch ia his stock- , , , , ,, , . I mgs, has broad shoulders, long arms, and : j a 'of i-Mr, a "; i' ! rf j'1 .i-iai.iioi.-, " OUTSIDER. Cities in Ohio. -in cacnoi ine.e pen-, 'c.lc " w"l"ni lua" "l ,itr : ' la ?ePl hel iE53' ! it 57, when loledo increased 3oo per, ;.imuin from 3 to 14 wo .1 J Jyhlnff ,rorn J-a-d I llie Htrald savs lhat the population1 some of the principle cities of tlie;n a 9 fc!Sws;rt t?'?"4"""' T"" ; Zineiville, 12,00.0 ; Steuben-, itle, di(! wll;Jt. tJie rest ate in the hospi j There is a small steamer which ruins across lhe bay once every day with j t-ixvELAKD a.vo Toledo. Ihe Oieve-.; nd Herald in romparinS the present! growth of that city with other cities in I ,:. cta. fl. nllKf t, f urns . , ... , , i me perceniage oi increase nas oeen , 10,0ii0; Chiliicoihe, 1U,(X)0; Sandua ; ) 0.000 ; Sprin-Celd. 8.00(X. No! J re than 5 COO. It is claimed by our citiZ'Ds, that lo ledo now has a pooulaiion nearer 13 0U0 ! laiion nearer 13 0U0 - i tiian 14,000, and an increase is coi.fi I n increase ,s c.n.ti e prseiit year that l-11 on to 20,000. ucnily locked fir the "'I approximate we Td;do , j eliow fever at llio Jtneiro is very ; '"- avo .ui. oniiui.1 va i - A ler says there are vessels ,o harhor with no one on hoard, some hnv- ic.. in-n mn . ici on uaru vessel the tin" is st t in the main; and tl,,Birl,r eo es ftong EnJ ,akea him lt is twni to $ce fniro thirtT forty vee!s with their flas thus dis I at rlM t-d. There are ahout 3D'J sick' men My lP'tai, latcn Jrcm ti.e tlupping the rort. , ;.,, . le let l -grates in Spirit of Washington Letter. uw York Times' letter savs: i Spirit of Washington Letter. WASHINGTON, April 30. 1 nn friends of the administration ure exultii-" with i-v over tlie dniUlc siiue. - . - iauh.i iiiijiyuHrinLi.'ii.wsiiu of PrtiSing the Kans.tS and tiiC Hi ll':ltP"V bills on Use same day, and some po-. ', r has beeu burned in c uise i-ieiice. The passage of the Kansas hnl was managed to have a dramatic etlt'ct, by making it pass Lo:i Houses nearly simultaneously, mid by the same majority nine. Both Houses immediately adjourned, and a gen eral scene of congratulation f illowed. The bills are already signed by the Pres ident cf the S.ma'.e and the S.ieckr of lhe House. The Hi-publicans ere not at all depress ed, but s y that it is only a Bunker Hill defeat, to he followej like that by upris ing of the cauniry. I have linaHy arrived ut the trutb ol the rumor relative to Governor Walker's course on the Conference bill. He did write the Idler on lhe evening I first tcl- egrapiicd you, advising the acceptance of the bill, which ielterhnla dcier.iiinin influence onthe course of Cox and Law rence, it was not, however, inteiidid fir publication. The apiHiintments for iho whole S:ate of Ohio will be made immediately, I lie President having only waited for lhe d:s position of the Kansas bill. The Slat is clieadymada up of the Pugh wing of lhe Democracy. Thn probable exception is Gray, the Cleveland l'o.-tuiaster, whosr late misfortune will secure his retention. Ihe;cw oxi Unbune s letter says: Washington, April Alter the vole was declared, Mr. Krilt, and other prominent Southern mencrowd e.d around E lglish, shaking h ill Is w ith him and congratulating hiiii. There was no other drmi)ii.;ra!i':ns in the Ha'l, the Speaker, bi-forc the vote r.;-.s declared, having piven a warning to the audience. The U' publicans a."-; btiovant P.nd tx ultati!, in spite of their scemi'ig Jcfta-. Thf y regard the overthrow of ;!i2 Lrcomp t-n Democracy as already decreed, and desire no better weapon f r future poll1 i cal cor:flic's than the r c ,rd of the ling lis!) swindle. Gi. Mings was in the House to-day, a'ld voted on nil questions that arosft. This, his third attack, of disease of the heart, was slighter than former ones. He is, however, s:i!l feeble. 1 ' j The Recent Elections. opposition choose a nvijoii y cf ihe a'der rae"; anJ, c1' ha :!'e futstantial vi-oies. laking the. Io;:il t-lections as a whole, . ,;oriai administration has been The town elections in Michigan give a total of 313 Republican towns to HI Democratic. Even the Detroit Press. Cass's home organ, owns up that is a substantial Republican tiiumph, and charges it to Lecompton. In Wisconsin the cities of Ricine, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Li Crosse and Dcloit, choose Republican mayors as such, and Willum A. I rentiss, chosen mayor of the Democratic cily of Mil waukie on a people's Anti Lecompton ticket, is an outspoken Republican. Only Kenosha nad Portage City elect Democratic maj ors, but in Kenosha the result turned on the persoral populaiity of the candidates, the republicans choos ing nine of the twelve aldermen. The city elections in Xcw Jersey are not so unfavorable to the Republicans as the telegrapic announcement would seem to indicate. Ine Democratic mayors of Trenton and Patterson were chosen by small pluralities ordy, in the fojruer pUce Joseph Wood, Liooinp'on, having 1116; Tucker, Republican union, 10C9; und Rogeis, Anti Lecompton Democrat, 210; v:hile in Patterson, Peregrine Sinford, L?corcr)ton. had 906. Brown, 11; publican, 934, and Joi ns n, American 4 JO. In both these cities the worsttd, and there is every reason to hope for a complete triumph next fall, wheu congressmen nnd a legislator to choose a U. S. Senator are to be elected. Republicans in the Legislature. Thaedi'cr of lhe Pair.esviile Telegraph, worthy member of lhe legislature, nays a just and handsome tribute to some the able champions on the Republican .de, in ilia Hous3. He savs: Wo caiiii'.it allude to the services cf ihrs!" pentlemeii, however briefly, wiih ont doiiig h jiistice to a !:ot of others, who, peiuap"; C'-Ciipi' d less time en the but were evtr V. s'chful and vigilant for the i itrresls if the prop!,-, t:d true t'.e needle to the pole" for ll:n caus.e o! ivepuj!icainm. liiere v.r.s lownsenJ i l u u. uu i, n.iii.i .uri.n,., ..u..'.ii.. iCi.yalio 'a. Hitchcock of G- :u:g, an '. ,:., ,, . !i . r t .; -o Pi ir io;ersot Alliens, 1 I n. ts .-it alei-s, Llair MiiskhiTptn A:e . whose u filne-s a- j'"'-''-''1. "y""1. u ""l s a i.i uit i u. onuj-ui i.uh any other. Til? focli ius and nor- !iz ;n soiivl v h:c:i marked almost everv ' ,. , , , . - measure of imp :; t ine-', uiiil me overhear exercised thron -hout liie entire session, as not at all calculated to bring out tbe talent and eneri-ies of tne Uepub.ican . , , , , side: but which was often acfcnow It iiL'tti, . .! ,.i ,. i ..: ,l.,.; ccratic coinprns. a Accident to Charlotte Cushman. ye Scene in Micleth. The Ivash .bc . TT . ... ville (Tennessei) Union savs: "A lit incident occurred during the perform jshould ance of M-cbeih. on Wednesday night. which, but for tne. wondeiful presetice min i of Miss Cu.l.man. would have eriously marred the in'trest of the oc- kind. So promoilv and fearlessly was done. a'd so inueh was it ia keeping -,i. ,i. v .,-.., .i, -.-r i;. 1 l"e di-iacior she wa Ujinj, not withstanding the diaunciiy audible i.,.r r ,i, i.,,i actua!ly believed it i,Le a part of performance. Ii certainly war. if - - casiou. In the sleeinn scene in the j fifth act, r.s Lady Macbeth approaches from her chamber, lump in hand, the j !i,rhl lace veil witu wuich iiiss Oa-ili- man's head and shouMrrs ere covered, caught fire and blazed like tinder, iliss -limau without rehirini; a mnscle of R.tA r ...... c .win? bv env I .;.. ,!,.. !..., srommr;. i cani.Ut ibe'blazinfi robe in Iter irraD and - . .,, rT-irrenist:,.,! it. without raijietiittifiy ,urni Ler eyts ci.hcr rfl Cr left, or betravjrj,, .'le JeJlst f emotion of asy ! t t S-eamtr . I of A National Result. )er cen" 'i,, ihi.'time the voth.ff 'popu the lation iucreaed 10 per ci ot. The op posiiiou vote iu the free States in IQ52 A very natural, peaceful nnd !t-,-i ,nd of the P.o Shivery party of . ;Iorrh. is woikmg; itst.lt out oily ti ,-ira- of the to a natural ci-r.cIiiMnn. Let us not dei-rvi. . , natural ci-r.cliisinn. Let us not dei-rviir J us r.ot lay oojv n cur arm, am. into inaction, lhe loic cf events js : biinoinc this party of slaves and Esaus j us r.ot lay doxvn cur arms and sink t. eir We fifJil jn Tu porllani Alfrert!st,r lhe MUv:re jjures which are very consolatory : i in i it iiinrrMi'f vn; l r. i.ttj iri in 1852 was 1.150 51.3. in i i na i tv ;..... o r.n 017 ,,r C. was 1 130,442, it ICoG it wa 1.731 200 increase 553, 7CG, or 50 per cent. The opposition majority in 1852 was 23 933, iu 1856 it was 509,45-!. In 1G60, the same rate of process the majori against the Pro Slavery Democracy the frt-e States will be over a niil lion." Pill. Uszetlc. ..A r his to NEWS ITEMS. A correspondent of the LmJon Times i.rln,i .let il,n Imnnp nf lU Pl.l.nrn Iiit. nrirs It is true thai they indulge in ' . . - ' , ral. and are open to the soft impreach - , '. ... """5- 'ieid rats caught and dried after harvest, and the dogs haw been carefully fed upon rice and meal. Jlr. Calhoun of North Carolina, Sec retary of Legation, and Mr. Brevort, of New York, fought a duel three wetks asro in Paris, conflicting admiration for n f ii.o r,.;- cT ., na nf a " T. , ,, , dispute, then a blow from Mr. Brevort, and the challenge from Mr. Calhoun. They fired bat once, after which the secotids interfered, very much to the re - lief, doubtless, of the combatants. Lientenant De Mercy, of the French army, belonging by birth to a noble f im;ly. and son in lawof the Marchioness , . de Cautaher, has b"eu condemned to be shot for the assassination of a brother officer, a lieutenant in the same regiment. He invited the lieutenant to his room aud then killed him with his sabre. His defence was that he killed him in a duel fought without witness. s. The Washington St :r learns that the Chief of the Bureau of Construction, the Engineer-in-Chief and Cemtnander Dahlgreen, have been selected by the Secretary of the Navy to confer n'uh the Turkish Admiral as to the preliminaries for the three decker to b built by the Ottoman Porte in the United States. Two meetings have been had, and thu result will be reported to the Secretary in a day cr two. In the five months Congress has been in sjSiion, but ten public an! eleven piivate ac'.s, and six joint resolutions hive passed both Houses. Kansas, like Aron's rod, his swallowed all the small fry. There are about fiy? hundred bills unacted on, which have been re norted from Committees, and over a thousand bills and poiiiions yet in Com mittee rooms. Tiie Columbus Fuel understands that the Acting State House Commissioner has discharged all the hands at woik about the building, alleging as a reson that if thev continued to work he could not assure thera that they would get their piy, the Legislature having passed an act appointing a new Board of State House Commissioners, and repealing former acts on the same subject. On Sunday last the wife of Ur. John Lo.'an, of Bloomingdale, J.,) met with a very sudden death. Mr. Logan left the house for a fow moments, and on his return he found her standing on the on'sii'e of the house with her head in ihe window, and the sash resting on the back of Lcr neck. She was dead. Dr. Rhodes, the young English sur geon who so nobly volunteered to attend the sick on board the Susquthunnit when the medical officer of that vessel was laid low nub. the yellow fever, was this mowing tendered the privilege of the floor of the Serrate. The Vice Presi dnt rose and respecifully received him. Wash. Stoles "Zi. The King of I'tusr-ii is hopelessly mad. He occasionallj believes that he is a private soldier who La1: just received hii commision of ensign but ha? since lost the parchment, and therefore he anxiously seeks it in all the hidden cor ners of the place and nooks of the gar den. He dislikes to be watched by his aid decamp whom he believes to tea commanding cfiieer. The Sou;h -Side D mocrat, in an arti cle on American Literature, says that in every pallor, boudoir and reading room the "last new novel" by Sylvanus Cobb, or En ma Southworth, may be seen, 'Jone" in immicul ite stylj of bindery and typographical execution. It U stated thai the wife cf Gen.i ,. . . , . - , IJona.'a-i, late President of eccz tel.l, ! hns -5430,000 a year pin money. It is j also asserted that the Monica family have, duiinu a few years, remitted five ! millions of dj'Jaw to Eaivnu lor safe ia- . I vestin.nt, and ns jtovimou agnmst rev- j olutiunarv contingencies Tiiree pianos hive been raids f. om the wo;id of the Charter 0k. It lakes hib'h polish, and the instruciments j which tlie wood encloses are of the bvst i description. Yankee Doodle is fcuii i i .,UPd Well Oil them. rr,, t i . : ... :, l el X 11 AJ.CkV .j.-- - J Open. l ilts VyieVtlSuil rtftlltl savs ure , Micliyan which ariivei Tucf- J , . . ,i o. 'f .. i s. i , rr it .1... (lay trom iuacinac, ri-poris me oi. " j River blockaded with ise, andthefeiUe gUperior s: ,, . earners were lyio-j al Detroit. Mud Lake had not been bro ken The new Azof gren of th- Paris spring fashions is dyed with such pois- j ....?....:. ,t.. o.ir.. wtlrt! 0"uu " . . . ' Prick thelT hnS",s S '""the the wse of their hands, and latJiet t. . nl...:. Ill f., ir.or t uc!i(m ift 2KW yurk ca FriJay . j for 445. I he glory ot bavin-,' belong-, ... .1. 1 it., nrctTunl .li.l nnt K.-rirt (o - w . -v. . add to thtir market value. j a-,.. ..i r, v...,i,n nrrti.riHS- i a iiieciiiiji.ii. - - says that Irving oration in h- ; lgton; '-rtdled Fpou(an-i.u-ly from lips j tha', in eaily infancy, received the sweet embrace and nestling touches cf lhe I At'.ic Bets. . , closed j 1 UEACUING. r.ev. lur. r uiuL-r ciusvu ; l, ii. rr: labor in this city last week. He has j ' I rplnrnpd In Oherlin. A Durse ol over a iin I 1 - ' thoaSlld dollari Was m:iie Up and given . , , ., him and ilrs. i ir.ney, Deiore mey , left. JJwtoii Journal. bnve u-.-eti ici.cii luicuui nmu nv,... , J . . I ing shawls of this color. 1 he tint is very brilliant. The Hon. Samuel Adams, a nmnber ! , , , ,, e, , c i i,.i : the Maisachuactts biate benate, Imu . . : aconiie prescribed as an cxlernal appli-1 cation for rheumatism, a few days .igo. ' three spoonfuls internally, which killed l.iiu in a few hours, nhbougli. antidotes were pr.'.mpily and freely givt u ' j The .pan of horses which Gen Pierce's ...--. i-ir i . friends in Boston gave liitn before ui maturation, and which cost 1500, were ! ; j ; : i j ' I : j j I t .1 V. - it.. The Simese Twins Nowhere. A correspondent of the Louisville ojinw. w;'in,r fr.nn T f ( 1 1 1 rMn Tir glves Uie luilowmg account ot : "lucus naturie" in that place, that surpasses all f , , ' - ,, ,: Ireaks or timt occasionally wlillDSIC.il la.iy, jjmJ atpre, tual was ever hearJ of: i iiBve jam reiurneu nom a vifii to one of the most extraordinaiy cuiiositis .... ever known in the history of the human race. A negro woman belonging to Mr. Samuel Stiles of this place, gave birth, eight days ago, to four living children, The boy are connected al the shoulder, nd fl0n the ' 'P o 'lie knee joint, kav joined together by pairs in a still more Jpart;culi raanne.-UlFan lhe Sim,S(; twins. : ihe lower joint of the leg and the feet perfectly free. The sjirls are joined at llie shoulder, with this difference from he hoJ' .lhat tl,ey jw but one issuing from tlie junction oi their shoulder?. They are joined from the l.ip Cown to the feet '.he two legs ending in one foot. In regard to color of the children, na (ure seems to ba (tuite as eccentric as in . ... v " , V i their foima'ion; one of the boys being black, ami Ihe other p.s white as me child of a white woman, nnd so with the gills. They all seem to bo perfectly healthy, and the mother is doing uncommonly well. Col. Benton and Gen. Cass. bejor.ti Uitee score years ana ten. ,Mr. IJuules prcs2rved hw health and 1v,.,. t ,!.:,., toinufeu na:mu!it.s announcing inai iney C..i-,l.,v t a.i, ; jaw bone, sep.ratin v r - .1 Balb Eaglus Shot Iu Pans, on the y u jns( Du.it, Fishl.rf ; corn,,;,ny with Wiliiam Phillips, bhot two L'aid Engles. The wings measured from lip live lei-l Cve inches. They are believed .....,,; i to be young, and not to have attained lheir juj, rowl,. -phe iippearaiiee in il,is rcuiun of such birds is iiuiie a rar lletook ily. lltvcnnu Dein. They Lada yotmg eaithq-nke in Cotineaut a fnw days since, l he R. jjjuj porter says buildings tottered, the ;iound heaved aud trembl-d, a:.d the trees swayed. J In contrasting the conduct of these old public servants, the Ciitcinati Gazelle re maiks: Benton died poor. Cass is a million aire. Th former was a man who never suffered from and imputation upon his intcgnty, as a servant of the. people. Ti-.e bitter niav bqve nlwavs Lent within , ,, c ft I , I 1 . r . tne letter of the law, but who has .or rotttn hi- tnormOUS items of 'eXira' ... . ... .- pay : juv iy uonariuai couta uesiuu- ly abstracted fr m the public treasury he has been ready to take. Thtre may be many who, in their last hour, who prrftr to look back upon a "success" l:ke ilia: of Cas, but a wise man would pre for ihe career of Benton. "A good name is raiher to be chosen than great riches." The fame w hich follows true gri at less no friend need hold up, and no enemy can keep ti.iw n. Prayer Bakkels. The Budhists have a queer moile of facilitating devotional exercise. A thick ooiirtl is maje, com posed of innumerable sheets of paper pasta together, i:nJ upon which are written in Thibeiian characters the most reputed prayers. This board is pl tced in a barrel and turns as an axle. Those devotes who Lave nut the zeal or the taste to pay vocal I v, have recourse to the simple and expeditious medium of the prayer barrel. All tney Have to Jo i to set the barrel in motion: it then turns of -,,, i . .i i . i i itself for a Ion; time, the devotees drink - injr, tatinjf .cr sleeping, while the com-i pla;ent mechanism is griudipg out prayers for them. Of course the can pray by water or stream. An Outrage. Mr. Rtmsey, the Collcctrr of toll at the Bridewater Bridge, was severely injured on tSund ly last, in an effort to enforce payment (rom a couple of individuals passing through the bridge iu a buggy. Being intent upon avoiding, payment of lhe usual toll, Mr. II. seized hold the reins, but the lash being applied, the horse sprang fiom his giasp, and the whet's passing over him, the cap of his knee was wrenched from its socket. I: will be the means, in all probability, of maiming him for life. Tin prepetrators of the outrage deserve the severest pun ishment which the law can h.flbt. Bea ver Argus. A Nkgko Slayk Sht ey his Clesovman T!ii: New Orleans Picay nne of the 13.ii contains the following paragraph: Rev. Dr. Taylor, who recnily nrtr ried the widow of the late S. W. D r-vin, shot, a few days since, says the Ou ichita La ) Peyixler, one ol his wife's negroes. Tim negro killed was one note i fur bis insubordination, having previously bleu shot two or three tunes. Dr laylor attempted to correct him, when he drew a kinle, attacked the overseer; arid de tied his master, who shot him on the Obituary. Benoni Buttle, Esq.. of this ciiy. w!'o died on Wednesday after tuon, wus born on the 23:h of Decem ber, 1773, nnd consequently had reach ed the advanced age of ol years and months, contrary to the scrip ural mention of those whose days are prolong' j y' to iha ifist," itn 1 tcrflain-lted IU j p..ace and yenileness, liis fltjreca oi l The Funerr.1 Services look aj. Piace jeslerday r.fttmoon at lhe rei - Felice of Ju lv Butclc.v sou . f the de- ce;i,eJW Ijic, Ciiy. A SwisoLua Ap.rested. At I'hce nixville, I' a., a youn rascal was arrest- j ..! .nH l,i,l,Tf..l in iAl ..n Sniur.hiv. reps'jnud himeli s of the Hutchinson F . t . i Hie eillJ ani J 'dinily, ai)J ills rl- j tl l.-i, . i """'"S, ' - Li3' . 3 , a. , , , e - i I ln:e X ttt-r trtt I m .e n KoTte,. In II ipiir : VI.'-Ill, d jJUlftVl lllll VI UllliW, l, vii i .i i ucai uicu iu uccaia, uui tuc tiiisn.a au- f bewir an importer, and had hi.a arrested while he was matins' o;T through one cf the by-s'.rttts to the rail i oad Exchange. DitsADFCL AcctDKsr. On th night 22J, Mr. Adam Turner, Shaion, this coun'y, whieh asbistmir 1-lr. Myron L. Hills iu doctoring a sick horse, at Troy Corner.--, was kicked several times in the breast and le'; also just bc!o the mouth, the toe cork . passiotr lhrouih the alveul r processes a'uWi'itt Oazctt e j , i j j i I WARREN MARKET. Hour, ,vr ;M.I vi?0;3? hcut jJ l.usli bikini l)J Cor, 5J Outs F1l!IS(cj .. clover " rinwti.y " , ,i,l i 1 tt . IVm,, lotatot - s OlJ JjjJ, li 14 a Of 7 .:i(liii Oil -.5 Cheese " JjV1, Ap(llc! y"' Ci)H - - a 12.'.: (Hi Siisnr Orleans p It. -"" 1" .'. Jlnplc " l-2'. iy M..W - . Maple f s-tl -lr' Orli-ans -U .1.,...) n. 7iV?m . 1 C Oil ! "', l"'.1? ? ' in' lork Stile Silt r- U : - " I Tlnnls flllok(.j t HVIiole Ih.g 4,ia!f5 I (IU I 0!l(,i.-JII3 .oUiyj,. . .. I j ; j t I card to i.adiits. I"1'! runerifiiiiy rull i.tlrt.on or American Uiliet to it. ties r the menses. j-i.fjrM(.r,. , in nca TiK-Pj,rM..::i.Iuon i.niy rcii;-Te.i, theremi be Dorrrof tiieeomr.Uintii tb reuwly it unlace .nli:i to direciious, iucUccoin- Vmii i, , xoticb. Ladies E!r:lKTi:. or supcclmj th themseire . mrm cautioned msaintt msiitc them. tuicarrit!?e ttuM . .rtiAri.iiM . .! I '"'- " ''.' j' : I would ob uf tm mreeeol orenmameo. would ke sure to wrreemt pregnanes. l'roprit-tora importer, or a-uu run He In no i?e rrapon.itile after tiii admonition. Allh.-nli certain in eilect. ib-y are so miM as never to produce iniury to the linltli. Mail rackaff-s, living tbc appearnce or an onl'narr letter. (Pnc SI.) are sola only hy oar jrenerel a-'ei.ti. who willen-l them ly mt-l. post piiil. on r:re:pt of pric. Ituxes $l-i-i; Half Uoxes 73 centt. ! -y.r.. V. li.ALOKN ic Co.,CIerel.inl,0..are onr t'em r.il u.:i.-t.i. All 'irilera will he vromplly filled by the.n. Sol I !.y B. A. SMITil C0..an.l SPKISQ iTUIIX ER. Warren. ant I-y Iirnista general ly. FIT S ! FITS! ! FITSTT ! DR. HA.VCK'S VUlJETABLE EXTRACT EPILEPTIC FILLS, Forthe cure ', $patn. Cramps and aZAVrr Persons who are Uhortne nn.lt r this ditris.n!r mnl a.Iy willliud DK.UANCE'si VKGCTAULK KPILKl'TIC to he the ni!y rfioctly erer discovered lor car iu j lijiioisy or Fa!i:n t'itt. lln'se pills posses .i f)HacttIc action on the nervous system; ami, alihi.uit tiny are r"-rel espectaliy fur ! th' t':n,e r cur"i-' ''. they riii i-e foun t or e?pe- cU! '""' tM persons a:i::t-te! with weak nerves. or r.'io--c ucrvr.us system h.. hee:i penetrated or sl::it- tere-l from ai:y cnuje uu.itever. in chronie tvim Liiut. or diseases uf Ion? rtt;thtlin., eunerinUtlreJ lj uervousncs. they are excee.linly i,netici:il. Price $3 er Ijox. or two boxes fur )$ Persons rot of the city. eocloMi.g A remittance, will have the pills sent them through the mail, free of vostie. K-.,r sate hy SKTII S. IIAXCti. So. I1M BA1.T1MOKK STRKKT. I!;ittiiaore. Md., to whom orders fru all parts of the Union mast he a.iiiresseil, post paiil." June SM. V.T-y. Till; LAST C! A 11.!! Those knowing Ihemselres intK-i-leil to K. Sprio y Xote cr Biok Hfcount, or the firms of Spbiso .c KKki. uti'l Sir. i no tV Ti tiNKR.irill tak notice thtt I hive lolt my uotc. and nccount. and the hooks of the above firms with II. L. Bcpsktt. Kt.t for aetthinont and coli ctin. nittl un!s the sai'l creditors cull aud settle lorthwith. they will c sued froii the word jrn. The and viets irill nit he fuun J at I.uriiett oiace. I Jut east of the I'o'irt lloau. L. til iUNti. I Warren May 5, l-i.--tf. Tl WltrtfSE llor.SRS. Dr.Tonn.' Vr.sen. a.KK i,!NlME.. iu vivl t.tlle3. ,,ricp only 50 c.,., j, warrar.te.l cIi-.ijht mid snverior than any article in the market, f..r the cure of Cuts, Or.lls. l.-.sieness of all mm try me strt CO.. Nilc, aud others throughout the county. ,ia ia - r. ,o : . v. a bottle: it will ak for itself. None are eei.o v , u.v. in-, i.i ii" uu.ii-u-- afkiv.c i't. NeT York. SoM l. Willing V pew tTirn.ii' J iVJ? w i iin a Marriages. In HarifoiJ, on the 22 1 ult., by Rev. Wra.. Sampson, Mr. ALANSON L. IIANDLIX. of Connecticut, to Mis CYUESA J. BARTHOLOMEW, of ; Hertford In Bristol, on the 29ih ult., by Wil liam W. Ayr. s. .-q.. Mr. HEXRY J WHITE, and Miss MARY J. WOL COTT, both of I"armini(oa. Deaths. ; 0a Tuesday, April 27, at 4 o'clock in ,, . ... ., ,, ti'-e mornin;', at the residence of her son. 1 " 'Iharn Robinson. Mrs MARGARET ROBINSON, wife of Henry Robinson, i aijed 76 years. Hei''F",IlE subwrihers hez l?ave to inform Casual .IvertiscinrS must be paid for v.luii batitleii in. OFFICE corner of Market ami Liberty Street, opposite the Western Unserve tak. Warren, hio. May; w 7110 does not know that Ambro types. Mrilertentypes, Ptioloraplis, Pph-reo- tvpcs.and nil o:ller Tvpes in tiie Photographic Art, are .'lay 5. nsni taysi suzcesnj una. n K'HIBIN3 & I.eR0T3. pii.VYON PHOTOGRAPHS are all the rave, only cts. hy .he dozen. Jut the thins for Gift H.vt'kS. at r.omtixs i.-Riivs. XJEW S1'E(!IMENS OF CITIZENS daily, it rOHnlNS Lell'iVS. palCE3 for che3pne,s aml qil!lI;tlIr 1 onniej, at bobbins & u-roys. nLL YOU? wont vou jut comf- up i ana e K0BUIN5 &. LeROY. BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE TS O 23 3Z T 0 Xo. 8 Van Gordo 's Block. Mtrlel St. B RICH AM & CO., (siru jrssuts to Bartlett it Pr.on-.) TT AVIXG removed our extensive stock LI of Clothinp. and tlent Furuis!iiu Goods to a fine. J:irA anil rnin'iiii.'ion 1e-rn..tn tin Mnrt.'t Jt " would iavitethe former pat ran 4 of Messrs. Bartlelt t nrowo. au! :ne puti c peiifrraity. to eive ns a call. IV c have received' a nice stcit of Fnriiii; Gamls, pur chased Biuce th'i preat depression rt prices East, con- litti'-bmossv Ke:uemoer. ItH LINSEED iunt:y r?e -.re a.-.e to jetve UO1 W UAKMfcA r lot a the place, .No. o .Market OIL! B T T II 1 ine ru'iir I'tai ;nrv win Krpconsraniiy ou nnnu. a prime aVtifle of cold pm$tJ Linseed Oil, mar.ufac- l-y J. -M"er. .r...V Co., l.irr.rd, (with whumthv ,ui: ajsuri.iidi. nuii 11 xnrry untr m mi: it n. am net p,ie. 0.1 uaimhctarej iy their process isacknowi- edtred hy all who hiv siren it m trial, to be sn:xiir j,, ,imnts. ,t cammml from ..rtoaix ..,. n. .. in n..arb., 1. . n .,: I mj.l Iran roasted seal, o i aceounl of iLs'nerer beinf seoreked l or discolored. li. vasn p.ilvl lor r lax eeen on uenverr- C. ts.. M. MOSER. Warren. Ohio, Wx? 3, l5-tf. G' ASll ! CASH!! CASH!!! CASH ! ! ! I CASH!!!!! fi.rliE.'.CON" SKINS. Kii.l De:i?m niua wanted at Hy5. 'j-. J. & A. C. MeC0SNELL"3. rpHE PITT STREET CIIAPEL LEC- J. TlRE3 !t Clor-vmn of fix (..Cerent deDoini D;itinti5. on tin? fol!oin iutti jns: hy I am a Methtnlisi; Why I am a LTnirerealiit; Why lima BipList; Why I am a Cnnr 'aiionalUt: Why I am an Kpisryiwlian; Whv I aui a l-iptarian; a lapcwre oa the inner lif. llicse Croons were tlclireit in Cotnn tlnrlnj; the pr.n winter, by tlttf mtst !en ut-J mcu in N:w tnUud. i'ricu St.,'- Jua. rvceWeU at iUy 5, 'oS. ADIMS' BOOKTORE. . ffHIEXTAL A WESTERN SIBERIA V A narratire of s?ven yeir exittomtions an ailventnr-s in Siticria, Moiiolia, Criitese Tarlary an. Irt of CeiitrT Asia, Tliotnis . Atktinun, wltn a (urge map iin'l u imcruss enifravintc-i. S.W; jnst received at AiAM3 BOiKSrOIiE. rjAUPER & BROTHERS Kreat new I. A. lliM.k, Oriental and Western Liberia, with map , ami en'-ravinei. Prtee S!5.'rfi: iti reeeivtd r.t AliAMS' U'lQKSTCUK. r1 RE AT WORK ON7 Ai-a-..-..-... Rk ON AIKIO'A. lr. Livings. a. Z.i:"x7Jrni ii - ..... j .......-.- i CilERIFF'S SALE. KJ John & Nancy V. Irwin.i , ! T,. in iruinoui i coui. i .ras ; Juhll J. tlnrnin;. ' Ity vlr'.ne of an or.li rofsale. Issued out of the Court of Conmni.i plea of TrunbuII Coituty, Ohio, to me ! . , . , .... ..... l I l..u )..,.! an,! .li.ll I ..o.e to ...ii.! t- s ui'in execution at Uw. at lhe ! door of the Court House in U'arren.in said County, un ..,.,,..!.,.. ih. .ih dllV Of J 11 111'. 15S, Saturday, the oin any o. Jiim, loja, l.etwren the hours of 1" o'clock. A. M.. ik. P M.. of satd day- tha f""-"' Ktm K.-lale.towit: Situate in arren. or To; jn the4.u nan;., j the Coiiueencut tt . ..... i. s,.- f dhio. and which is kn A- "' "a ! descrit.ed ; nir n.i.ii, io. . estern Ke- " : i serve, in the State of Ohio, and which u known as tlie , a hole of nura'-er three in I'easc a Flat ol villise lots , Appraised at S2-5. on .j oi, p...c. A.a lil.UAJ OncriB. i'.-r'1's Office Warren. 3!ayS. lKiC-iw-3,13. "'Jll NOTICE OF ATTACH M ENT. uvu ,. , . . . . Anio, lVci. X T,.f.S Township, Trumbull Co. O. , - t iictiianiin iieary, t'i ....uu...,-, On the nih dsy of April, l'-S. siid Jn'tice Isned an ; order of Aturl.u-.cnt in the aLove action, for the sum of Si fHiaiidc-.U. Al.o (iar.1ishee.l Josiahrrentice. Said ease will be frr h-aril it on the I'.llh day of June, 1K". at Id o'clock A. H. of said day. Slay i. 'iv-Uw. AliOiJ WKIS?. minexownoi iiarr-.-o, - , . ,, , , ' Franklin K. Stowe. surveyor, and recorded in Look of . Mans of the K-corda of Trumbull County, pise 4j. i ' 1 ' ! ' : j I i ' i AT J. GOLDSTEIN'S Ho. 3, River Block, i bit New arrival of a Cloths, Casjimeres, Vestings, Far.cy Linens, and Mar seilles Goods for Custorn Work. A large and splendid stock of Spring and Scmiier Clo tiiixg, of the latest styles, at very low prices. Black Broad Cloth Frock Coats, " - . nt S5,00 All V ool uasstmere Fants, - - . - 3,1)0 Black Satin Vet, " - . .:'" lso Summer Vests,. - - ... . 5q and finer goods- in proportion. 3 A splendid assortment of HATS, CAPS, and Gent's Fur- "5 nishing Goods, of the latest styles at very O low prices. Call and see. , .2 N. B. Goods made up to order, in the best style." sms) o n m Elain St. Warren, 6. splendid Stock of ft 3 o 7? ior:iii: (.uuitiv oi .l.tutiiiD i. t int anovp nimM nuin- !' nvn.l , .rl.tiou ol the I.llow.n Real Estate, to . . . ' ' tne Township of Vyue. in the County of Asttahtlla, I uul state ol Uliio, i.ei r.r a part ot lot so. UJ, besmnins fy'lHE STATE Or OHIO, liuaiouii: tlerr.nit. . . THE STATE OF OHIO, Ashtabula! -1. Comity, ts IS TUB COUKT OF COMMON FLEAS. Cyril Woc.ltrurtti. anil Rachel M.l Woodarortli. l'l..intm. J.J. Fo" . Jlary R Fot.cj. Julia J. I'u'ics. Sally I', i'uitcr. J. Pot- I ter.K.Cox. W.Cnx.C .M. Hoar- IN PARTITION, aril. I.. Hoi.nl. K I'liillips, J. PliilMps, J. A. I'tiillil s. Etilal Pliilhps. Kiut'y Phiilis. tol 1'hittit S. licir of J. l'MI- I Themiiore mii!-,l d-femlanta will take notice that a petitton as file.l gainst 11. m on the 3":h day of Arr.l. IV-. .n t'.e Curt of Common Pleas nithin and at the oa:h w. t corner of i.ti'l tot, ruunin-; thence Ei.t forty -one claius and l. links; thence Norths eh tins; thenca West 41 chains and 15 links; thenc ?ii:th to the pljice of heiniiinic. supposed to contain Ut acres J rot. It an ! 1 rutl of Ltnd; excepting amt re serving theriruui f-.ur seres in the irtti-wet part of 9i 1 ieee a'mve licjcrihed. heretofore conveyed to I'ltileuiu'i itrocku iv. tfl two acres in the Sunth west part of Siii'I lt, heretofore conveyed to Karhet M. Fohes. il.5 Th- ftitlovinjr iece of lantl lying in the Toiii;hi of Gu.-t:iviis, iu the County of I'rumou)!- ant! Stat? of Ohio. I'ciatr a part of lot So- and landed North on toTnshi line: Kast hy the cut line of sni.l lot 'J-; Wet ly lands formerly cnel ly l.oton Fuhes and Solomon W.iters, and extending u far South from said ixrn line as to contaib seventeen acres of land. Aud th :t at the next Terra or ?aid Conrt. the said plaintiffs will ay ply fur an order that partition may be made ol said premises. J. A. GIDTHXt'.S, Atty. for PICs. Tatea this 30th day of April. IW. my T N THE PROBATE COUKT of TiunV- M. ball County, Ohio. - John Jonet, Admr. of Esther rholj-s, tleeeacd, x. Julia Keed a:i l Sau.pson TL Ue l, her huslant. Ataroe K-linor au.l je.. Ichnor heiriof I'tnd nee Ichtior. dec-.. !-ire 11 ittccts, Jliiryrtte ltiL'Iowand t'raiii Martin, heirs if K?th-r Maitin. i!c"d.. Geo. Culiu nnd 3'ary Am, his aile.ar.d ltire J oRts, i:.ter:n:irricd with J .hit Jones, t-te Petitioner. PETITION TO SKI.L LANDS. Y"U are h--re:y informed th it on the 27th day of April. A. i i-'.said Admittistrator Died his petition iu said Court, the object and pntyer of which petition is trt ottaiii r.n order at the Learmg thereof, to he had on the 2 t day of June. I?., or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard in and for thf sate of the follow in? 1'eai Instate, of which the said Esther 1'hclps died seized, to wit: The farm not in the fleet pancy of John Jones, the petitioner, and the am u;on which the said deceased resided at the ttmeol her deceafe, hei:g part of section it u tuber two. in lot num er Que in New loa Township, iu the county aforesaid, containing 31 acres. ALSO The undivided one-half of a certiin other tract or lot of laud adj-ii;iu the aove. of which the decedent died seire-l, exclusive of the buildings aud improvements made ly the petitioner thereon. JOUS JiiXE.-. Admr. of Cither fhelps, dee'd. DateJ April Si?, I?5S. may-5 4. A1 DMIXISTRAT OR'S KOTICE. Notice ii hereltr ciren, that the in!ficr:ber 1:39 been a; pcinteif am! qnalin,! Aitniinistrator de bonis non) on tiie Kt::ite of Moore C. Drauley, late of Johu ton, Truml all Com ly. ileceiiseil P.OBEKT OTIS. PateJ Jo'ii.ffon. A;ril t-t!i. II G3. n;-y 5-3t. OioosnficJii School! 'PI1E School at BloomGeld opened on JL the 10th iu,t . an I continues II weekj, nnder the j r-'-ier:il sni-vrriaion of Key. I. L. Ilieo's. 'iVrms -?3.mj rr Cj-uiioo llmncliej; Sl.l'l for the lliirher ! Uraneh Mlt C. R. 11 LOOK., A -Til '.-i-4T. MRS. E. O. U10OK. Teacher?. CAUTION TO FAK.MEI-:S! r.TAV'IN'Cr Durchased the exclusive JlX ri,:!it of DttLIXOES IXbitPEXPSN'T U0K5B RAKES far 7Veata7f.au Porta Coanlies, auU am the only perii.n in irirrn who lu the rijilu to man- nf.tctureor ell said llxu. I woul.l hereby caution all persoiisfroiuLaviuit Kake.of one V. 11. B-iKTT. who a,Ivertin that be bis Delanoea Bake, fjr Kile. I care n..t how be cums l,r Irs Jt.tej. whether honestly or dislionestlv. Ik- has no riirht t. ell in my territory. ami I sh iil h.d l all persius re.-jujii.le who buy of ;.:::, as I do not hold lum respon-jilile. A word to the wise is eulfieient. CI1AULE5 MESSENGER. Warr;n, Apr!! 2?. 'i?-2x. ' FIIK STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull ! -A t'or.ntr. j Notice i he.vt v irivn.that the fo!Ioin accounts of xeculnrt, Adinini.-trutors, and Guardians liavirij : . .. , , . . J , , J " , ' ordered that they l e . i liert. ied arecahly to la.arid j en-'iio f.r ,t .,.ei;ot, in, eveenlmn. imtil lira 1.-th , day of May uexi' l..a the will be onlered to record ! if no exctiptioi.s are ta!.en thereto, to wit: Jonathan Stevens, fin il settlement of Executor. O. A. A lam, L'l f in Andrew. " Peter Lantermau, partial " Oeor;:- Matthew, " " " Wm. ic;tl. " James Muiitjomery, Ueome I'jund. " " " fenri.e Campbell, .... " Lehbeaa Jieach. - " William Loomis. Abram Van Wye. " .Mary Salith. Unal of Administrator. Curtis V. llahnelt, Horace Jli.b r, - u - Ir.l.n Kerner, " John .Ma!.a;:. " " lieorae Campbell. Fen. " Wajliiii'ion S ilasxa, " " " Samuel Miller. Mary Aiulers-.n. llenjamin Parker. " Robert Watcrlanil, '- " Elly MeComhs, " " David l)i 'a;h!on, " " I zal W. Iloweii. partial " Moore C. Bradley, " " James E. Kobe, Oliver Alien. - .. " V. O. Kat n, " " Amy Uri.-lit. et. al. first Guard fcM.U ,-3uuc' !'"ra Skakspeans, l'liimn Cuw.Iery, et. al. Isaac K.Wi'.Ur, Lester H:bew),et.aI Cliarity V in Wye, Daviti Le:v, Scaf-nry Ptuiih, second t:liA.hficaker,etal. aicae 1 Qtrickent-usfa. t'llet; A-tiriiwo-l.!, tliint Aiex. M.tCartnc.r, ct.nl " Joseph Van Wye. rial. 4th Geo. W. ltrnke. final Jnmes S McCartney .etal" ii-en. X. h iwsoil, H. Scott Andreas, etal. Aitf.t. April irt ItSS-3 CK0. F. BR0WX. Prolate Ja.l;tr. LEGAL KOTICE. Martin JLrehuasc!.) s. TraaiSull Co. Coin. Pleas. UanicI nm.usm, ei. ai. i al.) 5!arJIorehone, minor di!!! or Eli Storehouse Siirf,, d,.l. nd the hrirsof John Moreh.m.e .Ic-ceased, ' residents of the State of lota, are untitled uat a , wti , tion was filed aSain them and tilers on the -j'Ii rl .r : of Ap.ii. iv-, .. .he court .'j.- Fi. , Coun.y of liumi nil. and state or 01.10. uy jianin , .1. mamls rartitioo of the lollowin; Real Entile, to wit. ll'aitsof Lots i and 4 in Oreeue Townshi.. in saal TrUKllnll Coi:ty.id knoan as the 1'alancv. sixty five acres having been cranted out to Wheeler Morehouse u.tii,. .,,,1 is now penioi.it. wneiein sai.i aiar.in i ,,' tl:e eslate of Kli Morehou u follows: aid Mary 3-1": Morehouse 4 r; trt sit d Hn1 xV.v eslate of nil Jlurenouse, ilereaseil. in parcels aj follows: toaid J.a.-y 3 .!-: to the saul neirs ouonn Morel.oui.e41r; trt ia d HnMiard 3 1H; and to said I uJSiT.X may i. mi ;e of said prem s-s aud that at the u.xt tv-rm oi sai.. touri, r an onler that partition j K. li. BAKNKS, Auy far Pet Anril !K"il-tiw. ' mav be mi le o. Saul pretn s-s areor iiniiy. - --'1. Coiinly.ss. , ' Jackson touon, i - v, I IS THE COUKT OF Amh,, Hou-I. M.rjaret llon-cl, ElUvHrth Am. I .-tfi-i.ii.. cm. AUitui u. COMMON PLEA3. KiSi ee. i The said Anthony TIousol. M ir sxral tlonsel. aud Eti.abeih Ann SteM.ius, tre notihed that the said i ......... I1,,.!,., h-i. in mill l!nnrl , tit-tit.t.n lor f,',rt..- j!ire and sal. of the laniij known as part of lot CI. in r'armiiii-toii iu said c.ui.ly, l.eini' one hnn red acres 0 trom the eMl en . main low ny nraie Mn ...i A..nl 1. l.-.Vi made l.y said Anth.p- Mrvarrf llousrl lo secure tile Davmeilt of . . . - . - . ... - . . , note ol that aaie male by salt. Aniuony (.ayaote io sai.. , ..I'tintiir t-ir--t? Tears Iron. unte. Wl.n imeresi a. iru icr i ..--,,... ,-,. ;L,f eor,iini: Tie f;lil ,rrendiits n.u answer said petition hy June .j.ithi Ir.M or judxtutlit will lie entered a jainn them by jiy u iiiii. t .-ii.i.ift , &, I3cV6a. riQ'a. Auys. ! . -aTnTTPR Tft T5UII.OR RlTlLDERS. ! v Il Sea'ed proposals will he received at the Auditors ; 'o.Ece until Tl'uni lay noon, N..v 2.th. for furnish- i tf m.terials . i.uildin an 0aTn.t Bridi? witl, ; Stone Al.ntments, across Mos-iuito Creek, on tha East and West Centre Uoad iu Itoetta. . ''To b.lltt..U , "" . '; ;,u ,V,!!" V,""--'" "T", . can b. seen tV 1 ren illaire." l'i?ns. speciucat.ons. Stccau Desetn ty . Vi'liu-e Ca,in;. 0:, B. V. .7 iuie,.n, Esip, County Commissioner, or l0. Auditor's Oilice. -b, order, f tkeConnt Com CIIAS. K. nttssroners. Hunt, Auditor. Auditor's On.ee. Trumbull Connty.l Warren. 0 , April 'jS-3w. I j i ! ; I l 1 I j I I i t ! 1 ; t I I I I ' ! i ; ! ;rI-,,, : i j 1 - .n u, aucclotes. ami orZLZ 000. iuht lirciiareu mtr.ot rnr rt.- AP ,.;n. -a .1 . ... , v-r a i . . -riiuin)r x.- 1 1. ir a f e r. K. CIlLr3T PAPER IX TIIE WORLD I THE PITTSB UK a ' WEEKLY DISPA TCI1. To Sipjle Suiscr!lrs, on dollk a te. Only Fifty Cts. a Year IN CLCB3 OF TEX mailed to one Address. ISSCED EVERY SATURDAY JIOKSINO. Tde Weeki.t ttatx-v h is puMlshed erorj S.ttitd.t. OB sshett the size of the burr t.-rf-n Ir Hitl nct 1 ,, 7 . lr,rmranamMU; oel ILT "'u" 'VlU i " "'1 "" 7?., f 11 i ",ern "' V.rgini.. And will be mailed to sn'.aerihers. at one .?nli... p iyable invanaMy in a.lvanee. In order, howerer. to make it PEN s Y W E K K L V. occupy inr the same posi tion in the country, which the daily does in the cities, we will continue to tend it at the following TEBMS: Pinzle Copies, one year in ad ranee 51,1)0 Three do do to one address S.IIO . rire Cope. to one address, one J ear. ...... 3,C Ten do do do 4,t(U ITT In all clubs of firtern or oer, one copy etrm allnae.l. Postage, free in Allegheny comity. In Stat, of P-nnsjlvauia. thirteen ceuta. :bewbere, twenty six ceuts a year. TTf In no risi caa the ae of snttscribert in ci be wrtUeu on the papers. d?-SEXO FOR A SPECIMEV." FOSTER 4c FLEESOS. Pul.li.her.. April a.", HM. Piltshurg, Pa. CABINET WAKE AND CHAIKS A T TUH SEW FI KSITURE ROOJl! Xo. 25. Main Street, n'crreii, Ohio. W S. W00DR0W is now prepared ,.,'" furIlla nT "rho may -riTe him a call, with any iir.d of Cabinet Ware or Chairs at Tery low price, lol rriuiy p-.y. - . i s.. (.'ularu of rarions aiiej, nude to order, or se lect .d troai ltse oa band. W. S. W00DR0W. narreo. AjtiI 5", l-.l-'-lf. House l'urm.iiu Cioods! TT0U can always find the best stock in M- ton of the a! eve mentioned kochIs. at McLi" Horn Krisiiii8 Ctocb. No. 4. Main Street, wher. tbey are openint; a lareje stock of Crockery. Glassware. lAiokins; Glasses, btonewa.e. Table Calleiy. Wooden ware, w illowware. oic. which are offered to the public at a low price for ready pay. April5l, '5d. rjANAL MEETINUTAn" ArTual J Sleeting r.f the Stockhol.lers of the Pennsylvania Ohio Canal Cor-:..ny. will l:e held at the Can.1 08ie. in this place, en Pri.lay. the Slst of Hay rest, far Uw election of Directurs for sai l Company. By order of tit President. Varren. April 21st, 1656 W-3W. yALL PAPER. We are" just open- T f ing nr lecond supply of napar liaogings, anil ean say there is nothing like so full and complete an assortment l n this regiou of the country, and are bound to pi' ase all cusiuiuerj. Call and examnie. at AJiAMSMJOOK STORE. pROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. Oilt band China! White T.-onsione China! Bias Warel Common Warn! tilassware! Looking li lasses ( STOXEWARH In any nuantity, and cicap for Cash, at April 5 - McLAIN'3. TT.-l & i u i i recs. c. TAMES L. WADSWORTH, Dealer tt in tra-t Trees. Crape Vines, Strawbcrriea, Jte., &c. Winuham, PorUge County. Ohio; Keeps a good aj.'nrtnient of Fruit Trees, of tne best ''''' ciiiiaiitly ou hand, f. r sale, cmeistin-r ot 5',p ' tani:ir.i ami an. Uherry. eeacn. ' Aprieol. fcc. Xhcy are all yoonir. thrifty an One.ana for aiae. beauty ami harrtineja. cannot be rpse.l. 6trawterrie lj varieties inclu.littg tb. ?fst l"l"l-r '- olil, at 91 per hiuUrtd. lg furuubed to order. ,. ., ,. JAMB.3 I.. WADSWORTH. Wii"ll'ani. April 14. lfjg-4w. HOME JIAKKET!! COLE LEATHER. The demand for K-J Sole Leather is more active, but pr;ees hav cts; undergone no material change. tfles :t;0 lbs. Buffalo er. cti. urenoco. uiadle wci-hts. S4 over iiht9. 213. Hemlock. tJi-Sifi ets. We nrte -IHO lr9. Baiumcre tounetl aoie sold at Me Cos sell Vat 'U eta. TPPER LEATHER. Upper Leather scarce, and a4 mnch ,!rmina. KIP SKINS. A few doi. on hand at McCohxbli's. but sal? are limitevl. CALF SKINS Calf Skins. Ohio tanned. TSSif'S eti. Philailelidiia Calf Mius ae put at Oiil.lO. much Call Co, l.lilJil.lO MOROCCO SKINS. Morocco Skins we quote at i ircpieo U.i'it X Jl S-'U Mioraa ho Caracoa do -i Call at .V. CONNKL'S aad see the above, Warren, April -I, lo-tf. v: iv f:onns vmt TIIR l.tniKN! J LfeT leceivid at McCOA'NELL'S. 5 doi. pood Waiters, to be 'old at 8"-i: i - silk Warn, Side Lace, J.uo; 5 " Tan Coloied, - l.ti0: i Couxresi Gaiters, nice, at 1.S5; i " liawLco - Congress. 1,50; We will sell the a', ore for CASH. at tha above price. Call soon ani examine, as they are gain fast, at so McCONNr-LL'a. at No. -OklainSt. Warren 21. lc-tf is OLE LEATHER 1 SOUS LEATHER !! SOLE LEATHER!!! SOLS LEATHER!!! SOLil LEATUES!!rr at Sew York prices, transportation added, at J. A. C. McCONNKLL'S. April 1, 155-l-tf. No. Siu. liain St. nNDLN'GS! FINDINGS ! ! riSDIXGS!!! FINDINGS!!?! The l-t and larircst lot of Findings eTer in this aaar ' ket. Call auU exaluine. at J. & A. C. McCONNKLL'S. April 21, ISif-tf. K a. 2 Main STMt MILLINERS and all others wantinfj MilUmry Ooods.xre invited t.'ialt at th tVarren Vrn Goods Store, where they can see erery rariirty of Bouuets. a, t;oo-l st.iclt cf Hi b bona an4 Kuctics. a'.Sto the largest ami most complete assortmea of Frencb an, I American KIowcts erer otTered in this market, all of which will be anM wli..lel or retail at the lowest prices. I'tCK, UUKVVELL CO. April Jl. 1-J.-I. , 1 AD1ES vs. MUD Ladies can fin l J a sure recipe for keeping their carpets tt so clean, by calliiir at PATCU & Ol'DVCKE S. fAAA H)3 BARBOUR'S SnperlatlVC J IW J Shoe Tread 3 cord Thread and Silk t V W a OPDVCRE'S. . . I m l pASU F0Il TALLOW, al the StOT. p. o .r I xlt CfiVlll. JL 8. llayden. A a.it, uv... J. A. TRACT- SACRED MELODEON, by A. large supply jut received at 10KIKR k SOS, Dtc 9. . . T?rrivIVfl A iinprirfr IjOLIiI 15L At KiNU. A superior a .rti-.-lv, at J. a. A. t . .'.Mjii.Mar.1. a. April al, J. so Jlaiu street. I7IXK FRENCH HEELED Congress (laiters, just received at McCONNGLL'S. . yj?f DOZ. OF THOSE FANCY i SOC KS. at M:COSNKLL'S. NICE VELVET SLll'PER. A i at McCONLL A KID HEELED BOOTEE. at J. A- A. C McCONSRLlS. A D MINISTR ATOR'S NOTICE. a V 'Notiee is hereby ieii. that the nnde- sii;neil l.are heen appointed and .jualibed as A.lmlnistrator on ui- r.aie m . nar.e. n...., tlristol. Trumbull County. Ohio. J- " PATTKJI.Vl,!. .a,rii ..--on. JOtl'll ALLK.. .. . . . . . .... . mr. 1 1 IT h IIS .MtAU 'MS IMAil. Xi Notice is here'iy ;iven. that the undersigned has, ,,eon 41,pint,l an-l .pialitted as Administratrix an th tuite .d Ki.ru .llea.-hem. late o. rowier, iruioou.t County. Ohio, .l,-caed. ....fi lll l.llAll II. MEACHEM. " I I I 1 11 I I KlltlKlS lIIUUIi uuun.si. 1 AAA COPIES of the EcleCllC Sdli. j JJ J Books just nceived and for ! T?'S MIM?KR ARlTIIMETIC,"t a ... German Speller, au.l Primers, just ree'd at imuti. a. ov DRESS GOODS ! MANCHESTER D'Lsines, Plain and Fisrared Merinos, fancy Casaiineres, Uroad Ctetusfor Ladies' Cloaks, in eolora. at &. E. llOVT Ca a.