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WAEBEN, "WEDNESDAY. APEII 6-
The County Infirmary.
A few days since in company w
Harmrtn, (the Infirmary Physician) we
iited thin Institution. Though the care
of its Superintendent, Mr. Wilson, and his
Lady, and assistants, it is kept as neatly
as such an ill arranged and dilapttated
buildhg, can be kept wi;h tuch a class of
inmates. However sufficient it might have
beeanrvrly twenty years ago, (it was buili
we believe, in 1840) for the purpose for
which it ws designed, it is certainly ol
together inadequate for the accommoda
lion of the number of pauper, and idiots
wh are now dependdnt upon the public
charity or this County. Within those twenty
year not only baa the population of the
county tiearly doubled, and consequently
nearly doubled the number of paupers,
(ut the siatfstics of the older states of the
(Juioa &lo how that with the increase of
population and the consequent relative
tiecrcaae of the number of agriculturists,
anH the growth of towns and villages,
that the proportion of paupers is largely
increased. The proportion of paupers
in Ohio is much less than in some of the
older and more densly populated states.
Massachusetts has one pauper to evvry
45 of its population New York one to
very 20 while Ohio has one to every
It will be seen therefore, lhat unless
oine great change shall take place in
iciety by which the causes of pauper
ism shall be deminished or removed, that
each succeeding year as Ohio shall be
come more thickly populated and the
relative number of her ci:izens engaged
in agriculture shill be less, and a larger
number be eng-.ged in manufacturing
and congregated in cities, towns and
villages, that the number of paupers
must still more largely increase.
lo this age of the world, , and in Chris
tian communities, humauiiy will not per
mit this class to suffer for the want of
suitable shelter and food, and the conse
quence is, that where the present poor
houses are sufficient, new buildings must
be provided or the old ones enlarged
however burden-ronifl to ibe tax payers,
it may be.
The Infirmary of this County, is built
of brick, the main budding 40 by $5 feet.
le glories iu Jiight. This is occupied
wholly by the paupers. The wing, (built
of wood) occupied by the f im.il y of the
Superintendent, and his assistants, origi
nally had too rooms on the lower floor,
one of which was a bed room about 10
by 10 foet, acd tha other, 15 by '29, was
lined for kitchen, parlor, and living room.
A. bout a yea since, a -kitchen was taken
1JF front the woodhouse, which has added
jrreally to the comfort of the family. On
lb upper fljor are three bedrooms.
The average number of paupers in the
institution, -thelast three years., has been
6't, during the winters, and some 8 or 10
leas during the summers.
. At the time of our visi', every sleeping
room in the house was .filled io repleli on,
four of lite-rooms had four beds, each, two
persona in a bed. Three of these rooms
were 14 by 15 feet, and the fourth a few
feet larger. Most of the single rooms
are about .6 by 10 feet, r.nd each one
Jim a window directly in the mi idle of
.the outside wall, so that it is impossible
io place the bed in any position lhat -the
door can be opened, and not have the
head of the Led directly in front of the
window. The windows open -only by
raising up the sashes, and consequently
any attempt to ventilate the room of a
ick person, throws a current of cold air
directly upon Lis head and the bed.
There are no windows over the doors
opening into the hall, and therefore dur
'log this winter, the patient must either
fi-eiz., or ! wholly deprived of fresh
air. Now let rur readers fancy what
kind oi an effluvia salutes the ncstriU,
when a door of one of these rooms is
opened, which has been closed for a few
hours, -wh?n the room is occupied by
people in all stages of all kinds of diseases,
some afflicted with loathsome ulcers,
avMRO drivelling idiots who have not suffi
cient aense 10 take care of their persons,
uuie-iueane who seem to-de'ight in the
utmost extremity of filthiness, and others
iu the l.it stage of old age, more helpless
in. their second .childhood thai, io their
, We are glad to learn lhat the County
Commissioners have decided to build an
sylum.for the incurably insane of this
County. This has now become an ur-g-ut
necessity. The State Insane Asy
lums ere built for the curt of the Insane.
When those who are received into those
institutions have remained there a cer
tain length of lime, without any visible
impiovement, they are pronounced incu
rable, and returned to the counties from
. which ihey cime, and they must be cared
for by the citizsns of those counties.
A very large proportion of the insane
reronfi rejja.u.pcrs., M. M.'nsGeldj the
Conviiiiooer of .S'atisiics of Oiiii, in
his report fjr the year 1 So 3, says lhat
four.fiihs fS ihe insane in this S:ute are
.paupers. This bing the case, f jr fifth
tf them must bpeome a public chirge.
-? If it were not unjust to the same in
mates of the Infirmary -to confine them in
the same rooms with iho iusaue, as v.ell
a unsafe, ilia fact thut that btiildiog is
already full lo ove ill .wing, is a suffic e it
roa by iane cannot to kept
4hM. Pveoisely the same may he said
ofllwjail -itii lhs "Jt,eJ fact tl,al.it is
inhuman to coitfins any unfortunate iu
such a place.
" " Wo sinoorelr li ope lho commissioners
' will at once proceed to provide a suitable
, Vsuiiding for ihis class of iofortunate per
'his, and aUoto proviae accommodations
"fjT tie paupers and thus perform an im
perative rjutv, which true economy and
"liumaniiy alike demands.
A fire occurred at Julltt, III., on the
fifi h. destroyin? S25.CCO lo 30.000
orth of roper? j.
At the election which look place
this township on Monday the Republican
Ticket was elected in full, as follows
JOSIAII SODLE, Sen.
R. A. A. BALDWIN',
J. O. BUTLER.
C. A. HARMON,
J. W. BROOKS.
At the Borough Election on Monday,
the following ticket was eltted,
JOHN M. STULL.
0. X. HAPOOOD.
C. R. HUNT,
R. W. RATLIFF.
ALBERT VAN GORDER,
J. C. JOHNSON.
J. W: BROOKS.
W. S. WESTON.
Of these, all were the Republican can
didates. 6axe one Mr. J. C. Johnson.
While we have no objection to Mr. John
son as an individual, think he will make a
good officer, and know of no Democrat
we should prefer to him for the post, we
still think it is a disgrace to the Repub
licans of this borough, that when they
had nominated a capital ticket, they
should permit one ofibeir best candidates
to be defeated, when one hour's work
of a single earnest citizen, could have
got out enough Republican voters lo
have insured the election of the whole
ticket. - The whole number of votes pol
led. was 237, of these, the highest vcte
given for a Republican Candidate was
160. The voters in the borough number
between four and five hundred, and the
Republicans ought to have given more
votes than the whole number polled
at the election.
This is a lesson on a small scO. on
which me Kepuoucans may ponaer. u
men will, by their leziness and careless
ness, suffer an election ia go by default.
in whole or in part, they may thank
themstlvts for the consequences.
Elder Pardee Butler.
This gentleman, who was lied upon a
raft and sent down the Missouri River,
last year, and otherwise brutally ill treat
ed, by the border ruffians has been lec
turing in this county daring this week,
in behalf of the missionaries io Kansas.
He will lecture this (Wednesday) even-
Dg in Bozelta ; Friday in Mecca, Sat
urday in Green; and on Sunday the 10th
A long and spicy, corespondence be
tween Elder Butler and Elder Isaac
Errelt, is published in Christian Lumina
ry, one of the organs of the Disciple
Church, Dublished at Cincinnati!.
' Mr. Errelt is Corresponding Secretary,
of the American Christian Missionary
Society. Mr. Butler made application to
him lor eid to enable him to preach as a
missionary in Kansas.
To this request Mr. Eirett replies,
favorably, but with two conditions im
plied in the following words:
It man be distinctly understood, that
if we embark in a missionary enterprise
in Kansas, this question of Slavery and
anti-slavery must be ignored ; and our
missionaries must not be ensnared into
such utterances as the North Westein
Christian Magazine can publish to the
world, to add fuel to the flame already
burning in our churches on this ques
tion." To llis Mr. Boiler replies sharply and
strong'y. The editor of the Luminary
also takes up the cudgel, and gives Mr.
Enett some hard knocks. Mr. Errett
answers fully and ably, utterly denying
any pro-slavery cCniues and tendencies,
and insists lhat in attaching tbe condition
quoted shove, that he was acting as the
officer of the Scciety, and not as an in
dividual. In our next paper we will give eome
extracts from these letters.
J. S. rienicb, Eq, who has for many
years been cce of the editors of the Por
tage County Democrat, (which, by the
way, h as good a county paper as is pub
lished in Ohio,) has retired. Judging
from the manner in which the Democrat
has been eonlueteJ while hn has been
-connected with it, Ms. II. deserves the
best wishes of hii contemporaries. In
his valedictory, he gives the following
good advice to his Portage County
t t? r: 1 r
i-epumicn .rKDU.. wrw nmnng rom
to sy a word upon a Etilject that may
Seem trivial, but which, in my judgment,
h ol vital im poi lance to the existence and
life of the Republican party ? Ia the
Portage County Democrat you have an
organ lhat is worthy of your support,
it belongs to you it is your mouth piece
tn the people. Protect it as your own
Work for its ioteres-s, increase its patron
age, continually make glad the hearts of
its proprietors, ty your confidence, and
substantial proofs lhat you will suslnio
them by your counsel and influence.
No one but an Editor and Publisher
knows the trials, vexitions and doubts
that continually fill his mind. If you
stand by your puper, you will be strength
ened, your party will prosper, your
causa will advance, the people will be
with you, you will triumph. The best
index of a ucessful parly, 13 the sup
port its fiicnds give its organ.
w 1 r " . : 1
e nave oeen ai sums consiueraoie
pains (0 get information relative tothe far
ming prospects in this County, for the en
suing season. The farmers are in good
spirits, encouraged by the favorable
spring, and the active demand which now
exista for all kinds of produce. Tbe
dairy men, who form a large and impor
tant class, are increasing their stock
cows, anl making preparations lo cn
large the product of cheese.
The number of acres sown lo wheat
larger than last year, and the prospect
for a large yield, up to this lime, is very
Spring plowing is already commenced,
and it is probable that a largce quantity
of corn and oats will be put into the
ground, than is usutl. The high price
which cheese, butter and wool are now
bringing, have created an active demand
for cows and sheep, while the prices
cattle of all kinds, and hogs, ate well
The repeal of the ten per cent law,
has not been without its effect, and well
to do farmers who have formerly been in
duced by the high rates of interest to cur
tail their farming business, for the sake
of loaning their money, are now applying
their surplus capital in the wisest way,
viz. in increasing their grazing stock,
and adding to the productiveness of their
The prospects now are that the agri
cultuial products of Trumbull County for
1859, will be largely in the increase over
any subsequent year.
Atlantic and Great Western Rail Road
The bill authorising the Franklin and
Warien Rail Road Company to increase
their capital Stock, and to change the
Line of the road, which was defeated in
the House of Representatives, was recon
sideied on Thursday last, and passed.
Things and Doings at the Capital.
COLUMBUS, April 1st, 1859.
Things are getting into a good deal of
a snarl here, especially among the De
This party, so famous for union in days
gme by, seems now to have lost all its
adhesive qualities, and in the legislature,
frequently flies asunder, and for this
mauilest syinptonof dissolution, the Stales-
mm and Cinci initi Enquirer, are with
out mercy castigating 1 ha unfaithful, but
instead cf curing the disease, it only
aggravates it, the leaders throw down
their weapons in despair, and give up
that Ohio has passed from Democratic
rule, now and hereaf er; so mote it b.
The bill authorizing the Atlantic and
Great Western Railroad Company to run
around Warren was defeated in th?
louse on Fii lay last, by a large vote,
but a motio.i lo recon -side r was laid on
the table, and Judge Cirtlcy and Marvin
Kent sent for immediately. They ar
rived as soon as steam could fetch them,
and then began a plan of lobbying such
as 1 have never seeu bcfre. These
worthies would take iheir station in the
hall, and Members of the Hjusc who
had vot d against ihe bill were led out
to them to be iiistruote-J, advised, coased.
and all means used lo nuke them thiol;
he people of Warren had ni rights fiat
ought to be respected. To prejudice
the members against Warren, was the
string they played upon, and were suc
cessful, for the vote ai reconsidered an I
the bill passed by a large majority on
Wednesday. Dr. Howe opposed tha bill
by a very able speech, ohowing its un
c institutionally, and strmly defended
the people of Warren agains' the- charge
of meanness lavishly used by the
stockholders ' and their agents on the
floor of the IIius.
The personal liibility clause as, pro
vided by the Constitution, was voted down
and the bill only changed so lhat the io
crease of stock to eight millions of dollars
as contempla'ed iu ih-i first place, was
A bill to repeal the Uw for the protec
tionof fih passed the II.use but was lost
in the Senate.
A bill has been passed and is now a
law, requiring township Clerks to give
The hay law has also passed the Sen
ate. Brooke's bill that was ii.tendd lo d ive
foreign insurance Cjmpnnics out of the
state, was indefinitely postponed.
M'. Canfield's bill that passed the sen
ate providing f r a Geological survey of
the Slate was in the House postponed liil
the first Monday in January nest.
Mr. Hitchcock's bill to provide for tax
ing dos was defeated in the 11 usp.
A resolution passed the House nn
Mnday requiring treasurers and collec
tors, to receive the notes or certificates
for notes of the Canal Bank of Cleveland,
and of th Seneca County Bank, in pay
ment i f dues or tex 's to the state.
A similar resolution passe i the llmse
last winter, but failed in the Senate, and
such may he the fate of this. Tin Sn-
ate indefinitely postjioueJ the bill proliib-j
itinjr nfJiiibsrs cf liia general assembly
an.l jtiJgc, from r&xWmg pjLe o",,
A hill was passed and is now a law,
emending the seni-iunnual Tax la , u hicli
provides fjr two settlement between
Cou. ... j S,a)e T.Has,ircr aI1J al!owr
ing tho un? per centage on each settle
ment. P. Cliuse'ti Liil Diiiii-,l.iiifr with se
vere. nr....-,!tif.- .,o nrt,, f ,r v,.i;.,., I,a
, ,,. r
has any African blood ... h.s ve.us, pas-ed
The bill by Mr. CJson, repealing the
iinprisoninent clause of the liquor law J
was defeated in the House a lew da.s
" -"; "Vr " .
;ourt tne oiscreuon 10 line or iinpri.iii,
parsed the (luse, amended so as not to
imprison the intbiiate, in which amend
ment the Sonata will most likely concur.
The House has passed a bill that re.
peals all laws for carrying on the work
on ihe State-house except the law of last
w inter, that has been by the Supreme
Court pronounced unconstitutional;
Is known as ths "Three Governor law.
A bill is also before lie IIo :se to repeal
all laws for the government of the Peni
tentiary except the unconstitutional one
of last winter. The object is to oblige
a resort to those laws, but the Senate I
presume will not seriously consider these
If ihey should be passed.the only effect
would be to suspend all operations on the
stale house, and to throw open the doors
of the penitentiary and turn lo se on so
ciety its inmates.
But such is tiie folly of some? here that
they will run all this risk fr the pu po-e
of gi tting the few paltry offices connect
ed tlierei;h into the hands of panizans
The S-nate refused to pas the bill to per
mit road-districts to elect their own super
viorj. The hill that had passed the Senate in
therarlv pall of the ses-ion, to authorize
'he elrciion of an additional Judin in
the subdivision of the ninth Judicinl Dis
trict comprising the counties of Ashta
bula Lakn, and Geauga, was di f -af?d in
the House yesterday.
A bill tlia: had formerly pa-sed tie
S -nat(. pissed the House y S erday grant,
iug privilege to the C)initiisio!iers oi
Cflmont County 10 h-i.d a sum iif money
now iu the trrasury of dial 10 1 iiy.
Thus e see ihut ven iIih s-.i! irea-tirv
law can he uncoustilutionoly violate! in
some instaiicis, ululst s i.;ies 11 i
deemed fur mure sacred than the Cns i
tulion in elf.
Hr. French, of Lake county, intrndiic
ed a p'-l'tion a few Hays a;jo, signd br
some 25 cit'z 'n cf that count v, rrq-n-st-
ing the Legislature to expel any inemlx-i
of either Houso or Senate wh n ri
Irunk the greater part nf the tim-.
The waggish member from M,-ig Mr.
Pla-ts, moved i's refrrenceto a c mi
m'ttee of three, ith instructi ns to m
quire whether ihe rule Mriuily enforced,
would not J;'ave the Legislature without
A lirtl" gentleman from Hamilton who
seemed to "try on" the garment, became
very ind:gnant, and moved the rejection
of the peti'ion, the motion was ag-eed 10,
and the Painvi!lians ruled out of order
and out of the House; served them rijjht,
ihey no business to step 011 the corns ul
Sessions are now long and late, the
appropriation bills have passed theS.-nale
and are being considered.
COLUMBUS, April 1st, 1859. Yours. T
The Trial of Doy and Son
The triafof the Doys on a charge of
enticing slaves from Missouri commenced
at ot. joepn on me io n an. t he
counsel for ihe defence were A. C Da
vis. Attorney General of Kansas, Ex
Gov. Shannon of L-comptnn, anil James
Spratt of Platte county. Mo Tne de
fendants were indicted runUy, and tried
Separately, the cae of the father comin"
jon first. Th jurymnn were all citizens
of St. Joseph and vicinity, and said lo
be fair men.
The jury in the case of Dr. Doy aftr
being out 21 hours, failed to a;ree, and
were discharged by the Judge. Dr
Doy was held to hail in 5.000 for trial
at the next term of Court. Charles Doy
The appean-nce of the prioners in
Court, is described as follows:
The D.wtor (John Doy) is a bright
eyed, slimlv built man. with a thin fate
and heavy dark beard and whiskers
He is apparently about forty. five year
old, is very quiet in his demeanor, and
takes note ot ihe ca e as it proceeds.
Cnailcs Doy, somewhat heavier than
bis father, i a young mn of twenty-two,
with long, fl in hair nt.d a ihm mous
tache and whir-kers. L ke his f.ilher. he
is unobtiu-ive in deportment, listening
quietly, and apparently without excite
The jury stood 1 1 for .vq-iistal to one
for conviction; Though Dr. D.y is
held to bail, after this result, ii is harJly
probable his case will come up for trial
Murder at Columbus.
Paulus Iluprecht, a German painter
aed 23, was shot dead in Culumhus
about midnight ot Thursday, ry Mrs.
Frances Miller, aed 40. Ruprtcht in
company with two other young mt-n
Went from the thea'er io the house of ill
fame kepi by Mrs. Miller, were dent d
admittance, and threatened to kick opeii
the door. Tliey were about staiiio
away, and when ten feet from the door a
cap snapped on a pistol. Kupreclit, who
was somewhat iniox'ca'ed, turned back,
advanced to the door, when an arm was
Ibrusl out, a pistol exploded, Ruprech.
s agifered a few steps and fell dead
The ball entered .his rihl side and pen
etraied the luns. Wiien arresied, Mrs.
Miller admitted that she fired the fatal
shot. An eximiualion was held, and
ibe murderess was commuted for trial
for murder in the first degree. Clers
.linos Lldt r Gre jfives notice that the
fo-rih rdJ of Q:iarter, met,
jD,s jor ,je preseut Conference year.
will be held iu Rivenna District as fol-
Hudson and Xorthamp'on, April 16.
k.!"; Tallmadge. 23. 24; Franklin. 30,
' Penitentiary at Columbus than there are
itjcells. The hospital is us3d as bleeping
places for this excess.
Pbeparino for Wa-hisgton Society
It seems lhat Dr K cuinond. of Jeller
son, encouraged by ihe fUtlenn mc
cess, CoOressward, which he met last
fall has been biting himstll tor lashion-
able society in Washington, when he
shall have been elected Representative.
Rumors we.e prevalent that he had
made improper overtures to a young
lady of respectability tn his neighbor
hood. When the riend3 of the young
lady heard these rumjr, it may b pre
eumtd lhat they fi-lt rather SUkUak.
for they determined it once lo ibQ.rtj
summary punishment npon his catnal
Accordingly one ntght Jast wets
he was decoyed, seiz -d aod strippeJ ot
In clothes, hd a v. ry large inroni a
plas -r" applied to his person IJesid,-s
lie waa umriwirc ll'U-.li unouivu
sand was thrown into liis eyefefhow "til
ty Le trust Lve fell ). his head ungenily
punched, and vil lous unfriendly kicks
bestowed at random upon person.
UonMiieraoie excitement i wu'j 10
about Jefferson in regard to the miller.
Ravessa Distkict Quarterly Meet
'May l;Uivenua.C. C; I'winaburgh. 14
Charleston and Windham. 21. 22 ;
Lrceville, 23. 29; Akron. June 4, 5;
Cuyahoga Falls. 11. 15; CanGeld and
Ellsworth. 18. ID; Deerfield, 25. 6" ;
Edinburgh and liootstown, July, 2, 3.
There are thirty more convicts in the
Wolves are still finrue and ravenous in
some of the wilds of Michigan. It is stat
ed lhat recently in Salinac county, a
wolf sprung upon a man who was chop
ping near his cn dwelling, seizintr his
victim by the throat. Hi wife ran 10
his rescue, and kl e-l lh uv.lf .;,!, n
axe but the man soon bled to death.
The cost of the present short session
f Congress, of only three months dura
tion, f'Kjts up with ihe enormous sum o'
Tvo Millions Eleven ThoiH.ind.-i Djllars.
Si says the appropriation B.ll.
Piecolomoni replied to a serenade at
Troy: Shfiitleini n; I am veer mooch
iblljree for dl coompleinen'z I mil
veer poore sneak Angluh, unt I f els
, , ,,
An A rlpc:an tv..ll I..
Siirin-'fi- Id. III., to the d-pth of 94"i f.-i-t
1 1 '
u illinut obtaining wa'er. Tin? au"er is
tiownassing through a hard, rrritt v lime-
' r J
A piper s.iys that l!ie h-nly of a vagrant
was found in C.inloii i-oimiv V V
, I dge of rocks where i. a lar.r , d. . f
rulilesnakes, iitnl thai thi-sp stufcr-s had
Haten the fl -sii fro:n the boned of the dead
A Scrpkiss Our readt-rn r-memVr
ilie deuli of Jude Sam Hrt, Cny S-
lirilor nf f!lninnuti lif, Aa.A (t.wy -
ries rec.ive. hy an ..cridnt on the Li -
1 r r -i a 1
lie 01 null Kxllrnad. It Was at first MID
d that his wif.- an l childrt-n hnil
been left in de-limte rirrnmsianri s. but
n WVdm-Rdav. Mr II u was waited on
hv J...,n W. Il,,l.. .he Cim innari
Inurnc- Company and of a Li'e Inu
rancr C-.mp-iny . ol Newark N- w J-i-ev.
with .he mformatiun I,.. Mr H,rf.,fc
was in.ur-d bv him f-r tf 10 OUO which
sum he paid her. Mrs. Hari had no'
knowledge of the fact Ilia" J -it Hurl's
life was tliu- inU'ed. ." tuteuiaa
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t' ya are sick, aud require a ibediciue, try these
These Bitters are prepared and sold by Pr. C. M
Jackson. No. 41(4 Arch Strtet. Fi.iUitelihia. fa . aad
b dni)C?tits and storev eepers in every ton aud vil;ae
iu the LuiUrd titates Caitadas. U et Irnlies, anl touth
America, at j cts per boule. See that the signature
of C M. Jackson is ou the wraPerof each hoitle.-u,r3J
C lltO TO LA U ICS.
M. Piii-u'i "Usryisu" Pills. The Importers
this reliable aud safe remedy for Female Complaints
wuald respectfullj call the attention vf American la-
dies to it, a infaliialoe in removing ol.stnicllotis and
irrcirutarities ol tfce mt-nses. prtmttlf restoring I hem
ail cases. The ttpprtMMtmm socommou. is speedily
relicTetl. and there ft ill be no rtcmrrcnet of the comp
laintif Uiis rrmcity is Used ace. riling to d:rccuous,
wliich xecoiapaoy each box and package.
Ltdiet .vcvnrTK. sr tmpttm thtmselret sw, ere
cattitued titif! aajf them, as mirmg wmmtd
eases. Lmditt ictiring mm imeretit tffamili th.tld
fmrtf Ikeir ass mtirelm.mm atw piilt sass auaf
mm mmr tm mrtotml prcftmrntm.
Proprietors, importers, or a-ents aa be in no wise
responsible after thi' admonition. Alih uith certain
in effect, they are so mild as never to produce injury
to the health.
jmf jm f f, PJSCKJtQES.
narlne the appearance of an ord.nary letter. (Price
Sl.uu) are sold only l. our eeneral aeents who will
them hy ma I. post piid.on receipt of pric-.
Boxes S1.2J; Half Boxes 73 cents. Slessr-. V. . AL-
BEX fc Co.. Cleveland. 0.. are oar fen.ralaj.-eat..
All orders will he pron-ptly filled hy them.
Sold l.v VfttD? dr P8W. Wholesale Aitents. and
A. SMITH i CO.. Harreo. and by Druerisf rene-
rally. June a", y-iy-j
NEWS ITEMS. Marriages.
" -- - -
III Gti-itttvus Mareli 21, at the Parsonage, l.y
r, e imr.a ,, , i.T
K. V. 111 balll soli, i C. J A 11 Lr5 & ..ict A I. 1 -
vpV ... m;. tl PI?IFT C JIinX I...II. ..f
ZLl.lo iliss UAl.lUi-l liultl tI
Uie game 'laca. Pill tilt.. Iiy U'V. Wm.
S inuv ftlnriT t X - ,
:ni.n. JOHN MIOCLT of Vcrnun. to jliss
ilELLISSA KYLE of Kinmnn.
At the rvsi.lence of tlie liri.l ' father, in War
ren. Tu-s.!uy. iViicli antli, l.y UVv J. TriKl-y.
Mr. TlLGUM AN IN- UO-jBI aOvJ MiS
In Fowler, vo the 2nd inst , Mr. All ASA
BALL, aged 63 years.
In Warren, on the 30th of March. ESTLLA.
daughter of Sam ml and Caroline Sidcl, aged 9
moiiths and 9 days.
In HuVs hnil. Murcu 1-Ln.or Conaumptton,
Mr SIMEON DRAKE, a-ed 60 year,, 9 months !
. iii-i t3;
Wr Ur,ib was a -rortiy liusbanil, a kind
atid ttisfL-ctioimte jMirviit, utii much rpcU.sJ na a
Otrilitur Ue Kit a titiiiily. ttiid a circle .
of Irieiid. tu tiiouru hia-lcatb; he hnd lur uiany
year Urn a Uleuiber of the Uist-ij 1 Cliiltdi,
where tie live-J a aevoted follower of the un-ek
and lowly Laiiih, havint; his bo Wt'll jjroun-
ded in the HVtiit! otri-eurrwtioti Iroiu the grave,
ana oi eternal uie witu tne riuieou-s.
"Where she w-cked cease from iruUblixig,
AuJ the weary are at rest.1 j
At his residence, in Thompso", Ccaua Co.,
on the Sllb tilt . of Inflatumalion of the Lungs,
Dr. M1LLIA.U LtLlt. aged 44 a:S
Dr Leslie was a .raclicing physieiuu in this
place, and had many liK-u.lo wh galliere.i '
around hun in his last sickness, and r ndt n J
all Uie assistance jihle His ills- ase was nt !
tld and av vere.aiid lie suiTred much during his ;
sickness, which cutitinued only one wk. His
biutlKT. Dr. Alex Lsslie.of Andovcr, Ashtahu-i
la couiily, arrived here a tew hours before his
leath, but too late lo render af-y medical aid
r i . ,. .
Ue has left a wife aud Jour children to tuouru
their li4- 1'tTl Sl'UVINE.
Thomoion. March 25, ltoi.
per bid 6 5tl(T7l)5
,t --l li,tll-MI
It j OUdU 1 ""IS1 -"
Timothy " .
Efisrs. doz. ... .
1UU (d ISO
Butler V u
D.-ied Apples f) 11. VVi -
oai;ar unraw f uj -
" Jlanie " l-'i
Molasses Manle V eal. - .jglim
" (Vienna .0
Flax dressed u Gtfi7
Port Si.le salt lb 10
Hun smokej " . KID
Whole IW " 41,016
PISKOI.UTIO.V OK IAKTXEKIUP.
'PHE FIRM of J & A. C McCON
I MKLL. havinr this day disolved partnership,
they desire thst all whonithej have accounts, or u.rr
ajs.nst. to call and settle immri'.ely at either the
Old Stand. So. 30; where J. MeC0N.KI.L will remain
extensively eniraged lo the Ucot it nnor hasti ess, or
at Million's Blocs . where A. O McCON'N K1.L will he
hap'tv ta see ut old fritrnds in tbe leather and finding
business, J. 4 A. C. McJO.'.NELL.
Wiitien by himself, and continued by
- his grandson and others, wilh his social epis
totary eorr.eOndeuce, ph i'.osopicsl, political, moral
letters and etdajrs, sAd his diplomatic traosactions as
Aentat s.ti.-'on, at:d sliuister 1'lenipt.lentiary at
Versailles , with fiioch ether matter uot contaiucd in
any other tvo:k. Iu io lr iye octavo volumes: price
5i.W, at ADAili' liOlM; ICUii.
w Tm? ro f v
ULU0 & AJ U IUt A A 8 -Cel V I
trstimouy Their Pprinjr Gonds. The newest and best styles
Iimtks of ererv pattern, for curtains,
Curtain tiimps. Lwops aud Fringes, Cords ajid Cas
io, sels in an rndlc-s varie'j
' Window shades of every ilescriplic-a.
Corna-es and CarUin llnUUra.
' Ban llnlUnd of all width.
i Curia n Fixtures and Oil Clohn: stpo manafactiarers
of ih-namnral Gilt tVo-k; couisiiug of French Pier
and kn.l!e fliase-f.
Portrait aud I icture Frames.
Pictures or Parlois: Mnu- of the hest that are pnMish
mmmtd ' Europe and America.
. C"tanUv on haa-1. a Ure stock of Oval Frames for
r' Mac uf Halissrany Framed Looking gUsses,
rleaj er than can n houjjtu el-ewhere.
Fraihtr Dusters, of alt sxes. for Psrlorjt
loui-P'S and Chi drrna Carriage.
V e ll.u k that ai; our Ineudsdc Cmloram hiij l.et
end trr t-x-imine our lock Lefore hoyir,K elsewhere All
res,cluliy wliciiert and promptly attended le.
Keni-ml.er the nu and number.
! April.B n ...l
: 1 VTI' DITI YC 'I'll I ' i f ) 1 1 1 1 I ) C
j J i 1 1'. h L 1 1 W IU 1' KjI t IlO
I erertcl a laree and xnsivee-lalishmen of his own
Ihis eitv. wh. ie he is rx:enieiy en.-aei m mil
,,f,''r ' ooiu biirvest. this vifnvle llr
ve.ter. The mi.-l.il e as it is now i.inn I o- It. is r..t
"P t"'1 'l'H':t strtefrem martinis of th-same
tinrt hert..f..re soi.l; matins it to rtn ir.aei li.-hler
: fnr lne tr9m' IO he more eailv t an.1 hy
! the operator. It h.-ts alro one ot tie v-t R airt; Al
At ' tachmems in th w.-rtd Now th- lac are -iuinly
Ille; it nu wat't to st. this seasrto. either a sinele
Mv., ran,a, w,!lt
co, ,i. i. I.O r
ZE0P0L1TAX. SILK. TCSCAX AXD
Casual Advertisements must be paid for
when handed in.
AfAUONING PLANK ROAD.
l'l NORTH END.
FIS4XCIAL COSPITIOH OF SAID EOAO.
Cash In Trvmsntt Mrth ifl. IP.8 9
: "V1 ' UtfrT J'nl t Loi andfor
I V) no
C-h n-cired of tugeCo. for balance due
for I --57
AnTi receive-! on original snhscription for
tnrk or J. F.arl.AVcfowd
Cl rcceiTrri for toll at Wrrra rat
Cath receircd for lolli at Obltuo gjie
PiM wtr tfndf ri t 0
Po.llorPUi.li 317 w
Pai.l or ln .irn in 1P57 40 00
P.iiil n'ilsnn. (Wre. tor) fur work pl 1
tv him from March iti, 'Jp1 to March
98. '59 IPO i
Paid off bond giren to W. R Bmk 667 3i 1 304 44
5' Ur"' ,n Trerarr VarchOfi. S1
from St.irf Compa' ict March SB, '59
1n' f,,r,n" Tiiaiii
at on original subscription, available
Amoort oinr 11. R. Ttamnn f.iram't
pail hy him f,.r Itl.oreiinariali 9114 e
' "win tar 'huik n
TuM.OIil fv tMp
Vi" T- cmtyU 67 w
' ""r "wtnir .t :l Company ft .1 3j
1 Dr.lnct fnn.H aTailxMv ! 33
In.Ict.tniiieM of aaid Co. Slar.SS "59 99
banker and Insurance Agent;
Ag nt for the lo'lowing l.'i'rapinies.
'l'"" Company ha complied wi-h the
Ua or Ohio, and i inf nonTidund healthy
bmin.-M an I if vou wnl .fe n.l r-.-liai.l innur-oce
loa.r p'-'" "'1 in "n'1 'H :
TTTTmiT Pni? TrpnUW flTSTV
BuiUUH W ISSllilli lUtM.
TNJ r y Q
n t n . 1 -i
Ca,h CH ,al. ,, h K 000 00
' "' J Ul' ,859' y 30 061 U
I Fny liability of any
I r J
i X kind lavceulett.
Irvicg; Fire Insurance Co.,
CASK (JAl'lTAL, SiOO.Ono.
Tnsures B'iiltlini;s. M rnhmi'lUe , Fur
t itorp od e-hr irorrty afrioL lots or damage
b' K'Te on ,h mon f''0"'he ti rm.
(atlaud see the autemeziU for the aove Cftroa-
n. T. J. jicLAlN.
THE EMPIRE STORE
are now rafy for exhibiUon at la.
April, nth, y.
s. . mms,
Ko. 143, Superior St.,
WHOLESALE AXD KCTAIL DLALI R
e followiuir House Faniliin
French. Lnslish and Aurrins Watt and Window Pa
uer. bor.lcr and Ivcurarions of eeer dcscrii-liva.
17 BALL'S O 10 MOWER s W
Js laid ea the shelf; neither is it to be sun-reed-
i J laid ea the shelf; neuh is it tu he sun-reed'
j ed hy efArr meekimet ftirelm. The Iiivtrnlur and
' ra enife or tins aiacioue. narin fii.poscl or bit in
! trre-it in the lat-- firm of Ball, Aultiiwn & Co . lias
ftubrucirif tiitf ne imftroveroiit. a hrf Httr nt
rontractror nHchit.e. mwtil worn tie whtthi i'.rf
0i"- Mover loo:. ile mow I hie n.jH.nrf I Wil-
lia:u B I'trtrr. of i..ivt.r ih. ,shnninc Coa.itT. a
nv srn-rul Afi t fr tliw Vesf-ra k.Mcr. n.-vni in
or l roauciei in the part cr it. anl Colum-'
hiani Ciiantjr .Mr. 8pirpr ia a pntrtiotl farmer. ar i
; aa,i fc ri.Uainn ia lii'-e intmnt)i ihe not imjtlic
it cor.fl.cuce can h nlic4'!. Thoe wirhiar to nre- I
curt one of tit- macNies. aoI a ! r-si.le within the
hfOit'l ol his Perritnry. cn applv tn him iiirn r. ami
he no loattt will h- fk-a-trtl to ne any furth-rr tn'or
Buation lhat may ilcar-l. K. liALL-
rTif..fi. "a.ri! 6 h. l-"!i 3-r
L YELL'S PRINCIPLES CF GEOL
CGY. Ten epics just resd at
Also the Gt'otoTieat works of Hugh Hiller.
'PHE REASON WHY. Twenty more
X copi ,f ihi pofroUr took; alan another lot of
.nqnirr w ithin; and lne !ociaile or'Unethoa
Uome Awu3enti.u.M jut rrc-iTr.l at
a dams bookstore
CTKI'IIEN'S- TRAVFLS. In E,.Tpt,
Arat'ia. Peiria. a"d the IIaIj L?nr. Also'Lir-
in-rtoii'a Travels ia Ait.cj. w a.Ws nch: jnt re-
ceived at AD tMa BOOK 3 TOE E.
f -r iota nip t rvniT PTC- ..i,,. . ,n
I I " ... ,
II KanAiMn Rittiati art at ml 1 1 ntnvir swtai tot-raa
r,,ertinir the erl-hi.n.rv of America. This work
will ie wondtrtuilj cuj'-xcd r the sclmUr'j tn't.d: to
l-e had at ADA-VIa' BOuh.sT"UK.
(jfJXIS P. SHELDON'S ESTATE,
"VToiipe is liert-liv i;iv n. that the Mib-
it scriher II
as l.ren appoii.ti d an I onati d Ailmin
trator d.-honis non. with the v ill annexed, on the
Ksuie of Curtis r. &heldoa. late of Cl'tarn. Ohio,
dee.-a-.l- S. C. SiiELB iN.
A Iw liorftf EztUiir will be at
i 1 pce in Johnston, until the first or BUv
p!ace in Johnston, until the first of Slav, after
which, he will te in tta'icn the 'ft thre. dys of
eawh.e.k. J-lilLO TUOHSOS.
John-oil, April. 6th. 'jS-Cw
T EGAL OTICfc.
On the 9th dav of May 1'59. at ene o'clock in
the atternoon. on the prj-aii
of Green, in the County of 1
to h,gUnt hid,it,, the f
s the i.ropeitT of J' hn
on me piruii.c, m """ "
rumhull will be HU
followiutl real estate.
amn-oB. rte'Hi d
to wit: bituated in ureen, in sni.i e ouaiT sein-i-s
as p.irt ef Lot N'o 7. in said Township and hourded an
the nnrtn lV lar..is ssnr.1 ny oa'iu aim -u-.ri.e sic-.
e-t hy theeal hire of the lr.t. south hy lands H y
hvlandowredl.yr.liW Kinney, suppased to he aho.it
Sl acres or land. Appraised at 3 Ter. ol sale.
one ,lrf iu aad.on-thirl io one year, one turd in
said J '.hn ll-irrinrton to ..s.'.ua iiarrineion. aoo sr.i
, ..... (iFI.K'.h W.tlARKINtiTON
; Alas'r of Juhn liaricjton. dee'd.
i Anril C. Il-.IB w
j. ADIKS ATTEND.
RS. C W MF-SER. having just
.TA i-wiamtrl from New York, will hT
or evry description; aud evcrj thing in the Milli
nery liue. on
APltlL 12th, 1830,
At MPS. C W. JIESSER. Aoest.
JV. 7 Faa Omrdtr't Bloer. Mmrket S'..
All trm rtuprctfall las'si tt mtttmi. Mar 30
D. II. WAUIiDN'S
Hoot and shoe Store,
To Main Street. 3 do-rs South or the Post Cfltce, in
tae room formerly occupied hy U-irtlcU 4c
Browu, as a Cluthiuf Store.
SEW SPUINU. U.OODS.
THE undt-rsitrned lakes pleasure in
announcing to Ms cnstoniers. that he has jnst
received aa extensive assor ment of Boots, baucs.fec.
f.r the Spring and Summer Tra-ie.
"His atoclt consist of Lailiea Contrress Oalters. Plain
aud Foard; Ornls' Patent Leather. Calf and Coairess
Ositers, Slips. Ties and Buskins. Wehster Ties. Oxford
Ties. rlips. oic; Mrn's. Uoy's and Yoath's Calf, Kip
tinn.tnni-tUer with erervthinff usual
and Slog. Bouts, un.l.irea . enoes o. every e-r.p-
Shoe Storr. which will be sold as low as at any other
house in this section.
All kinds of work tns.le to order oa short notice, of
ty Kept in s dm. w
the best material and workmanship.
Mv old customers ate luvi'.cd to ear at try new
,Und. V- li ttAUliiS. ,
arrcn, SU.-ca 33, J?j3-lf. I
SPUING & SUMMER TRADE.
H. D. Kendall & Co.
A RE now reretving their stock of
to which ihPT tnvite the attention or narrhaiert.
Oar stock b (.ind the LaHRKfT in Hit
eitjr. Ilavini mi.iei.t inijf r in Nw York, we re
enahlrd to or injucemtnle SUI'EKlOtt to aty
In grea' variety,
U -usdin Detains,
Rich printed Finridiennes,
Robes, in all the newest styles.
Printed B i'zorene.1,
plentia astortmnt in fanet ami black, tbe richest
and beat aborted atovk in the West.
Rubes. Poult de Sjie,
D-oible Sk rt".
Farcy Poult de Soie,
in j;reat variety of styles.
Gross de Rhine,
in various styles,
Blark Moire An'ique.
Polka spot Lvons foulards.
Raye dc Bayadere Silk,
in Various q'ltlities.
Square and lona Vienna Broche Shawls,
Patis S ella ShaarN. in rreat var
iety tkf styles. S'lk Worsted
Shawls in the lateot styles.
Shetland Wo-d Shawls,
in plain and
Silk & Marseille Vestings,
Summer S off in
Lines fe Co'ton
of very stvle,
Rich Thread and Wirone- E lging-,
Poinl and II ne'on Laee.
L-nen Shet tin &
' a,!,. nrren' for lh fielehr Ved
S'jles Siiir Oon-tin v on hand.
We invite the aUen'ion to our stock,
all cf which viil le fol I at ihe
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
II D KENDALL & CO
249 .cuperi.r St . and 11 Public Squire.
Wan en. Vareh 31, "iO. 3mo.
W3J. II A ET9
Wholesale and Ktail Dealer ia
All kiusU oi FtiruHiire.
KO Io7 WATER ST.
I liTve now oa Bud a Ure an I complete assort
BLACK WALNUT, and
CHAMBER ?ETS. rrious stjles,
LOUNGES, it nil jric-!;
MATTR ASSES, of Hair, Manilla,
Eirt-N Hntl S'rtiw;
All of which I o7er to tae parch isinf eonmrantty ai
Price to su t ih? Tim-'.
WH. nAttT. Ko. 107 Water St.
THS 0tT ESTABLISHMENT 07 rHBKISDIS
I?IYE STORIES 130 FEET LONG
. devoted eiclus'vrlv io the sals of the auove.
STORY NO 1.
Ts devoted to the ale ef Oil Cloths from I f-t t- H
f-t wide, -a.t R.neaud Ca..ton Matt.ojl. it. 3 4,
4 4. H aud 6 4 wide.
STORY NO 2.
Ta . InnaM, mahi - feet hleh. devnte) to Tw.-
i ..i t,, ub nr,t fi.nn n.i Ta;le Civer.
Mats. Ti .le lil C'l-ths. Stair -Carpets. Stair ftda.
Csruet Saeeoers. . A.
STORY XO 3.
rrf Carvets- Rujs. Body Kras-el. Crps. Lsce and
. jt ... s.... B......I. Tsnestre Tel
lnsl n ('urti.iiia. Ci'tton. orstnt ana mis ".
rn..i. l-.n.ln Iran anrt Man ls. Ports and Tas-
fj.,M I or.lerine and t-ni.ni Sh-td. Bo and
u-,.,, ii.,ii..-.t. . . . si.teri . PuU it tassels C.
STORY NO. 4.
Is devot-4 to lTema .nd Oo-to Tarnrts, Chap
Wool do . Drueeeas. Cranio Cloths. Felt Cloths. Car
net Lmine-i Ka Carpets, List sad Vara Carfets
Dutch V osl do.. Ac. te .
STORY NO 5.
Ii n an rjhfltery nn-l ewinr ro, for th
making of cmrpctk. fitting Sh e nl Cnrnuhes. dec.
NO. 187 di 189 bUPERlOR ST..
CROffiERT & CLiSSWARE !
M tJXi k f3 IJ la
'i i jl? ; ;
3 ? yiji'r,iW "TJi
Fot;, Ecsuortb & Co.,
GLASSVTAKE. GAS rilTCBES. LA To TOB
ciiuKcnss it u ALLS
CUTLERY, LOOKING GLASSES,
Plated and Britannia Ware,
And a treat vaxietj of
U 0i X v AiM X3 JtL tuu v---
Goods earefullyj.tekd sad delivered at ths depot .
free of coarse.
F0G. INSffOBTH 4 Ca.
Comer Superior snd Sctcca ts., Cicrelaiid.
. a:a:ca v, JJ. omo.
.is jil i
; fJ P,
r s v "
"YEW STYLES of Blacka j-H ree'd
KarchaothS". . No 7 Y.3 Oorder s Wert
Cleveland & Maioning .Railroad
TIMK TABLK MO. IS. .
To k effect on and after February 10, 1859.
ItriS I '
7:S 4 4 tl
7:4- 'i S
IV l 5:33
9:37 3: 16
l:IH S ix
II) -57 7
II SI; Mri
i5 Dili H;IW
At Cleveland with Cleveland 4x Toledo. Cleveland. Co
lamhns 4t Cincinnati. Clevelaad dt liria. and Cleve
landA; Pittshurnh Rail Roads.
t Solon, with tl-teks to Charrin Palls. 4c.
" Mantua with Hacks for Kavenna.
Bracevilie with ll.cks for Newton Palls. e
" Warrew with llasks t. Shwroa, Greeovills Head-
- Tonnrstown. with Sures to New Castle. Lowell,
Poland and Knon Valley, and thence hy P. Ft. W.
C. Kail Road t Pittsburgh. .
Teh. 16. WiS. CHAS. L. RIIODKS. Raft.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
MRS. M A. KlXfJ woald rr-speetfully
invite the Ladies oT Wairea and vlcinitv. to call
at her new Millinerr Sfore on Main Street, second door
north or th.- Post ntflce. where they will Ba. the latest
stvles ef HONN KTS. H tT. and a gen-rml assonment
of CIloiCK vill.1 INKttY OODS. which will be sold
at prices to suit the timm.
Blrarhine and Trimmine aen on short notice.
Warren. March 3"th, IKlSvaf
rPO learn the Millinery Businc
Warren. arch ?0, S.
RESS MAK'fi done to order, ia
the moit feshiniiilHtV stvlVa hv
ml RA- M. A. KINO, Mai Street.
Warrtn, Uarth 30, 9-tf.
TIIE GOLD MINES BROUGHT TO
TfOUR OWN DOOR.
THE RKAL PIKE'S PEAK
CAS BE FOUND AT
Xo. 10 Market Street, Warren, 0-
STILL FARTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES.
STOCK 3IC ST BE CI.OSr.D OUT AT
ALL II AZ.UDS,
Bsj April 1st, 1S59.
GREAT SACRIFICE 1 ! !
fPALM. Asignreof J J Stzwaut,
would ioTlle the auen.ton ( the tradiof paUhtr
MERCHANTS IN PARTICULAR,
. t the vpleadij atock sf
YANKKK NOTIONS, HOSIKRY,
CATS OiBRKLLAd JtC- AC. M!.
In!attine; a full ammrtment t ererthtne; l the way
el -Smmli If arc. which will be aula ai pricw ao on
ttrms ntTer lfore bexnl of iu thia ewuulry. ie.e(i
fr : tlmn thr g-oo-ld ei iw twwHifht for im Umw
York. The euntnuvt ill he kb ol Mr. miw&it ren
dera thia cirorsr ioi.eratiTv. m be meat yet out boai
ei aa Mvii a o ccaie oa ait aha wai
to NO 10 MAKT STRJuET aLtl take a look.
March A. PaLV, Aeaigi.ee.
YOU I tl AND MANHOOD
jt-m --t w Jra-r Pcausoa, the ?iJi Thoaaan't
c . 4 and m illed tn a aeait-d eavelope. te
Lj uin at n-aa. poat pAitA, oa receipt
A mrdical b-av on tiib pRTiCftt ixnAm-
TIO" ANI nU-'AY or Til K FKAVK. CAl fcO BY
- SKLr ABC?.- IfltCTItN. AND TOR W
JVKIOI'S I 0KQCKNCKS Of MRHCUKT. K.
J.CrLVLKHKLt,.M 1 !trHUHKU Of TUJI ECHf
AL C LIEU 14 09 tUK(.E0N. Jtc,
7TTSperinat.rrhoa, or denltal Kmiaaieme. lTer
euna De ili'r Impottncy.lsoaa ol Koeriry. Iepreaaiia
ot Spirit. Tim-tiit-. Uiavaae of the Sexual Orfiai.
and lo.pe.Umvi.ta to Mrri.ge vnoraltj. are prouptly
anil t-dertttriliy rurwl Ivy the Autnor a Bovrlanw aoa
oce aalul tuodr of treatment bw mean of h'eh the
IovaliJ co reiaio piutin health vithoot baviiif re
eaurae tt (Ungerwu dI ezt-eu' Ve medicinre.
F'mbd the i0'ln Lancet. "The beat treaciaeerer
vriUeii on tJ'jc of wital iaportaoee ta welt
worthr the Author xaltH rentatation.
AriJresstbe Mitrir: C. J C Kuxi A Co., lat
Aveuue, er. 19th Street. Poet Box 4. Npw Tork Ci
ty. Marc A 3U tt-3aoa te
UNION SCHOOL ELECTION.
PHE Intral voters of th- Scho. 1 D
i trie! TnrsnosMl of the Iaesrpsirated Tillass tt
Warren and TVrrit.irv attache.! thereto for school aar
ssses. are aotined that the Ai u-al Klectioa 'or ih
iIctinn o: two Members of the Bnard or K.raratioa turn
ami brortet.to erve N.r three years, will he held oa
t"e23d osj of April rest, at the C".utl Treasurer's
Offii-e. tjonia,eneiB( at 111 o'clock A. Maad ussistu
4 o clock r. n.
n B. Pr.KKINS. Secretary.
Warren Ohio. March 3U. IW-3w
0 RENT The rwiliin hou-e of
ion given 1st of May. Apply to i- D- Cox. a so,-. War
reo. or the snl-scriher at Broskoeld.
Man h 3. '5iHf C. C Bf)rTfT.
Civil liugineer and Laud nntjor.
Kesider.ee, l mile Sortheaslof Vxangssowa. Ohio,
Leveling and Surveying i. Coal Mines attended to.
Also, Examinations. xUpsaorf Kssorts sf Collierisns.
ao.1 estimates uf coal mined theretroas. alar 9-j
B.S.KVASW, a sv
sr. a. chi sr. - - woe Las
EVANS. JJORLEY & CHEW,
rsrwardiBg aad Cowmiissioa Msrchaata. Davenport.
Iowa. Western Reserve Cheese, tutucx. aaa in: tea
Frwits sold on Cssaia-ssioa
July Si. I.Sa7-ly- '
- - -. . r m.nvm9.jm.
I)ABC0CK & aURD. Wholesala
IS .to J ..ISS1ST44TAV MKBl'MIASlT'l
and dealers in POHxTXON and IWMRSTIC LIt)CO8.
Also. JlMiafactnrwrs of tae Best Quality of Confection,
aries. Agents for Cincinnati Salive Wines. 1
Water Street. Cleveland. O.
I B. CAN FIELD, Commission nd
I Vorwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer ia
Western Reserve Cheese. Batter, Lard. Porm. 8asssQ.
Pot mad Peari Ashe. Saleratua. Liusewd od Lard Oil.
Dried fruit, and Prodace eaeraliy. Hot. Ml aast Mi
front street. Pittsburgh. Pa fsfcjp
OF SC1100L TEACHERS.
'PI1E11E will be Sjh-cmI Exsromatk
1 of School Teacher., at Empire Uall. ia Wart
Fridays, Ai-ril Is. sJ lite. May 13th. Jaa l'h.
Iri!. It is expeeiea thas all Teaeaers who aavs aoc
heret..(ore .tf-nu.-t. and .-e lo leaah tsaner
schools, will attend "t ' Ulese EsaBtnatioaa.
UirTLESl ADA-wS- Clrt
of Board o( Examiners.
Warren, March 16ta. leiS-3w. .
HENRY WARD BEECHER'3 new
book. -Sotes from the Plym th Pa.ni." Thio
ia ne most popuiar uvok of the sj.ss.in; just Hii.lisheit
and ree'd at APja'aiOK3rOBB.
WHILE IT WAS MORNING.
V Ten e.i lea mors of that ehane and elesai
book, just rel at ADAMS' BOOHSTOBA.
DR T. G. HORTON Eclectic Phy
aician It Sarxeon. B.i..l. Truailull Ca- Oil.
Charges reasoaable. reports to toe contrary aotwita.-
March S3. ,5!
A O A D 13 3T .
'HE S un "er IVrm ot ihis lulltutioi
will commence oa WaJoosJay. April i.a.aaA
continue eievca weeks.
TERMS OF TUITION.
Common Eujrlih Branehet perttim
UigUer trnt;htf, 3.
lesdin less thdkiibatvir term will ebrti for
. .! i i s ( a fnll -
on lerm, more loaui dii wn. - - "
The pleasantness if Ihe plac. nU lh ehraplies
for ahich gvotl board can be olian.d; render it
desirai le vUc for -how wisliai to atttiad U
tclitool from r'il- .
W.U UEXST PIERCE. A. B .Priaeipal.
March S3. Iffi 3
VTO 1 OYSTFRS reee'fed direct frorr
i Baltimore, ia Cans and X Cans: throagh ia
boars from Baltimor. Thos. wishing them to sell
again. and famiLea. caa always so "PPl-eH
fresh oyster, an-, oa re.so... terms 0r oystera
aro Expressed through direct from the Packing Uoaso
to as. Therefore they are always fresh and can ha
. . ii .nrf tr tliem. as Ihe Baltimora Ova-
aeDeBucn - .
tcTLepot. corner of Market aad So.
HIS EATING SALOOL is conTen
ientlyarraBgedforthtsceoauBodatioa of La
dies and Uentlemea, who may wish a nice dish of
oysters, either fried, stewed or law. ho has a cook
who eaanot be excelled in rreparing those dishes; ho
feels esntiJsnt that he caa satisfy the palate ot tho
most fastidious e pi cere who may favor him with a ealL
Us always has on hand, spiced nigs feet, gpiao beof
tongue, pies, cakes, tuts and confertionaries Ladies
and Gentlemen are requested to favor him with a eati.
u pains spared to pieass at x'A131U9.
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