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O. A. ADAMS,
G.N.HAPOOOD
EDITORS.
WAJLREN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19.
The Oberlin Rescue Case.
Daring the wtek pas', the trial of one
of the 37 eiiixena of Oberlin for rescuing
' fugitive slave who Lad been trapped
ioto die hands of the Kentucky slave
catchers, has been in progress in Cleve
1 land. r
The organ' Uion of the Federal Courts
has often been the subject of comment,
' bat never has such Bitterness been felt on
1 the suhj-ct as now, when it is seen that
for the trial of political officers, juries
are systematically packed so as to ex
cluie any but partigms of the adminis
tration from the jury box.
j. tc The indictment in the ease tried, was
bared upon the supposed fact that the
man Jennings from Kentucky bad taken
possession of the fugitive by virtue of Lis
agency for the owner.. the proof on the
other hand showed that he was taken by
virtue of a warrant issued by the U. S.
Commissioner for the Southern Distiict
of Ohio, and they showed that warrant to
the rescuers as their authority.
That warrant was of course no better
than a mere blank paper in the Xorihern
District of Ohio where the fugative was
caught, and this fact as well as the vari
ance between the proof and the indict
ment produced a conviction over the
whole country that an acquittal was cer
tain. , Under these circumstances the
verdict of "guilty" was in itself regarded
'.' as a gross outrage open the forms of a
judicial trial, and in itself a wicked act
cf political tyranny ; but in the conclu
ding scene after tie rendering cf the rer
' diet, the Court and the U. S. District
"Attorney so completely eclipse the jury
in their servility to the slave power, and
in a villainous disregard of the lights of
irecmen, that the public indignation cen
ters npon these criminals in high places.
Ve give the whole in an extract from
' ;the Cleveland Leader of the 19th. We
are since informed that Judge Willson has
' become sensible that he has gone too far
in the refusal of a new jary to the ac
" cued, and has ordered a new panel to be
made.
Taii Acknowledgement of eror, only
'" proves the tyrannical injustice of the set
which he retacts from, and it is too late to ,
prevent thetpread throughout the Stateofi
,r.'Kn.f m;nrUA i,o.r .,t !
for the action of Federal Courts, on po
litical .questions at least all such at
' tempts to enforce a hated and unconslitn
tioel law among the people of Ohio, and
then to add insult to ir jury, will rebound
wpuii thefoead of the party which makes
them, and upon the accused pro-slavery
Seance which is at the bottom of them all.
Oberlin Rescue Case!
"Verdict or -Gvixrr Bcsoskll Cos
" evicted Tdk Rescuer is Jail.
'The Court convened yesterday af er
Vnoon at 2 o'clock, and a verdict having
been agreed upon by the Jury, they
came in and tock their seats. The pris
oner being present the question was put
ty the (Jourt
Gentlemen of the Jury, have you I
dj ' w u ma w v a u sis u
fc W have, your Honor." "
.., '-What i your verdict, Mr. Foreman?"
The room was filled with rpectalors,
-who heard and received the verdict with
qaiethets. It had been expected until
iud last moment, but when the Judge
charged the Jury in the forenoon, at th j
ct-q est of Mr. Backus, that it was nec
essary lo find it proven by the prosecu
tion that the boy John was taken and
held by virtue of the power of attorney I
mod not by the warrant then some hope
was entertained that the decision would '
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W IVI LUt UCKUtC MJU IUC UCCU 19 UUUC
and the fiat Las gone forth that Bushnell
mast snbmii to the penalties of the Fugt
tive Slave Act.
This case Laving been disposed of the
D" strict - Attorney called the name of
James Lngston as the next case. The
defence remarked that they were ready
in none ol the other cases except that of
Prof. Peck. The Attorney insisting up
j'ntha.of Mr. Langstoc, Mr. Spalding
rhought they might be ready with that
aae by the time the new Jury was ready
to proceed. :
: Judge Willson said the present Jury
- suiac struck and selected for the tetm,
and it was proper that they should try
all tbe eases.
2 Mr. Backus remarked that he was as
loniebed to bear his Honor intimate that
this Jury, who Lave sat through and
upon this case heard all the testimony.
and who have now in the presence of the
Court f. ndered a verdict, in which their
oiint'a are made up and fix. d upon all
' the important points in the case, are to
e be Id competent to try another ease
aaltnoet t-aaclly similar. Tbe ownership
' of hn whether be owed service to
Ben whether he was the same John
whether he was legally or, illegally,
rreted by Jennings and whether he
was .held by virtae of the power of attor-mi-f
or by the warrant all these points
b! been heard and determined by these
tnen.' and could it be pretended that they
would eome to Mother trial with no opin
JtMis -termed in their own minds ? Why
it was an unheard of and a most villain
ems emu age on the sense of justice of the
- eivilix ?d world, and no one of the'deft-nd-aai
would so staliify himself as to at
Jtmpt a defence before such a jury, lie
had ' never known or heard of such a
Moefcery of that jastice which should
tira-va-lin every Court. It was a terri
Ade, ant to say a monstrous proceeding,
iius like of which had never been known
-akree eoarts were firt in existence.
' The Ccnrt remarked that the Jury
.would decide' eaeh: ease upon the ev
idr-Bce eJTered m that particular ease,
euul there ua occasion for exitemen'
.or intemperate xeav uie exhibited, as
tbe rule would . be enforced.
JVdge Spaulding then anounced that
if a Jary who bad settled upon a decis
ion Jipoa every important point except
identity, -were expected to . try every
ease, then the District Attorney could
.call the accii-ed up as fast as he pleased
and try diem, for neither would hey
call any witnesses for tbe defence nor
appear. by Aitorpey before such a jury.
Very w.ell, then.' replied Judge
SelieB, "then I A"k the Court to order
these men 11 into the custody of the
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flhe .Court then ordered the Marsha!
td take the jJiisoners intoatody, when
Judge Spaalding requested that their
feeogoizaaceeiziifiht besctd. '.
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Court now adjourned to Mocday mor
ning at 10 o'clock, the counsel for the
defence giving notice that they should
consider it their duty to challenge the
Jury at that time.
Immediately after the adjournment
the room was cleared of all save the fol
lowing persons, who had been called up
by the Marshal as the accused, (a few
had previously gone to Oberlin, on per
mission of the District Attorney,) their
counsel and the Marshal.
James Langston, Wilson Evans,
John Watson, David Watson,
Simeon Bushneil, Eli Boyce,
Lorin Wadswortb, James Bartlett,
Robert Windsor, Matthew Gillett,
Jacob B. Shipherd, O. S. B. Wall,
John H. Scott, Daniel Williams,
Ansel W. Lj man, Henry E. Peck,
W. E. Lincoln, James M. Fitch,
Henry Wilson, Ralph Plumb.
These pentlemen beinj gathered to-
cather were requested by the Marshal
to enter their recognizance for their ap
pearance no Monday morning. This
being objected to, he, on his own author
ity and responsibility, offered to let them
go home, it they would give him their
parole of honor that they would return
on Monday morning, with the exception
of Mr. Bushnell, whom he would be
obliged to retain. Through Prof. Peck
as their spokesmen, and according to the
advice of their counsel, they passed sev
eral resolution, by which they agieed
after due consultation to inform the
Marshal that inasmuch as the District
Attorney had placed them in his custody
tbey would remain there until reltived
by due course of law. They would
give no bail, enter no recognisance, and
make no promises to return to the Court.
Tbey said this with hearty thanks to
the Marshal fcr his courtesy ia his treat
ment of his prisoners.
This decision having been made
known, the Mtrshal informed them of
the necessity of placing them in confine
ment, to which they made no objection
All this lime the outside passage and
halls (the doors bavins benn kept lock
ed) were crowded with an eager crowd
watching and waiting for an insight in
to the Temple of Justice, and wailing for
the exodus of the prisoners. At length
the door opened and the Marshal, arm
inrrm with the venerable and white
haired Mr. Gillett, headed the procesion.
while after them came the culprits two
by two, with their shawls, carpet bags
and valises, all arrived and equipped tor
a few daya visit to V ightman s iJastle.
Distributed through the procession
walked the Deputy Marshals, conse
quently handling their stout canes and
marching with solomn tread as guar
dians of the peace and security of this
Oellorious Union."
On arriving at the j til they were kept
waiting for some time in the rain, while
Sheriff Wighlman called upon the Coun
ty CJmnrssioners to receive orders as to
opening the doors of his residence to
each a delegation of the citizens of Lo-
rain County. When he returntd he an
swered that he cculd not take the men
as prisoners, but would open his sitting
room to them and make them as eomloi
table as be could. He was unwilling to
teke men as prisoners for doing just what
he would have done in like circumstan
ces. They were accordingly taken into
the silling room where they were as well
taken care of as the case would admit.
Tbey ocenpy the upper rooms of the
jiilor's apartment and are not thrust in
to the cells. Sheriff Wighlman did all
in his power to provide beds for the
guests, and we presume tbey passed the
night ccm for tally. We happened to
call in upon them last night near the
hour of retiring, and found them just at
tending evening devotion. Prof. Peck
read from the Bible a chsp'er especially
addressed to those in bonds and sfflio-
tion, and after a social hymn, offered an
eloquent prayer for their support and en
couragement. Such men do not often
flinch. They are sternly for the right,
and will uphold it to the end. Another
such an honorable, conscientious, intelli
gent and good looking set of "criminals"
never was confined in that, or perhaps
any other tail
We incidentally learned last night that
parlv of yonng ladies of thirty or forty
or more, proposed visiting these prisoners
Ibis afternoon. JSo doubt it would be
highly gratifying to them to welcome a
large number of fair visitors to their ntw
quarters.
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Union School Election.
The Election for two members of the
Board of Education of the Warren Union
School is to take place on Saturday uext.
We trust no voter in the Village will
forget to vote at mis election, i ne sue-
veao 01 ou r aciiovia uuot to iuici est c ci j
citizen, and it should he regarded as a
sacred duty to take part in the selection
school officers, and to feel a personal
responsibility to secure the right men fir
the position.
The people are satisfied with the Union
School plan, and are both willing and
anxious to have it made as thorough as
is capable of being. No opposition to
the system, as such, has the remotest
chance of nieces, and our only fear is
that apathy and carelessness on the part
the friends tf the schools may throw
management of them into the hands
those who would cripple their useful
nes without daring openly to avow en
mity to the schools themselves. -- '
The management should be at once
economical and liberal, for the two tlurgs
not inconsistent, and the members ol
hoard of Education should be men
who will understand how to uuilethe two.
The report of the Board which was
presented at the meeting in Empire Hall
f w weeks ago, will he found in anoth
er part of the paper, and we hope it w ill
carefully read. Much mere gossip
and misstatement has already been laid
rest by the presentation of it, and we
confident that its publication in print
ed form will be of general interest to the
community.
It will be remembered that at the
ineeilcg we have n ferred to, the general
satisfaction felt with the repirt of the
BjarJ, as well as the tact that the present
Members are still, personally responsible,
for past of the fund borrowed to complete
the school buildings induced the unaui
tnius passage of a resolution that Messrs
H. B Perkins a::d I. L. Fuller be the
Candidates of the friends of the schroU,
reelection.
We heve not heard of any (;pj)osi:ion
ticket, but we hope the vo:e wi I be as
as if a closely contested L) lection
were expected, when a singl ballot
might determine the result. - We want
ruly an election, but an expression
the feeling of ihe people.
Remember that the polls will bo held
the Treasurer's office in ihe Court
House, opening aXien o'clock A M. and
c'osing n four P. M. "
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Fair Grounds.
Last fall the County agricultural so
ciety determined to purchase fair grounds
and fit them up in such order that our
County Fair nvght be greatly improved
in character and usefulness. The man
agers of the society set about the woik of
obtaining subscriptions on a plan which
'ooked to a repayment within ten years
cf the money subscribed and a lien uj on
'he grounds themselves meanwhile, as
security. Inasmuch as the society had
resolved that the location should be in
the vicinity 'of the County seat, it
was determined to see what could be
done in Warren and Howland before so
liciting subscriptions in the county at
1-rge.
Six thousand dollars it was thought,
wonld be needed to purchase and fit up
grounds cf sufficient sizs for a first class
fair, and in a very short time, consider
ably over half that amount was raised in
the two townships we hive named.
It seemed certain that w hen two town
ships had done so liberality, the remain
der of the needed sum would be raised
without trouble in the twenty three town
hips which had not been canvassed, and
the Board entered into preliminary nrgo
tiations for the purclmsd of a most desira
ble tract of fifty acres near the northern
line of the incorporation f Warren, in
tending to use about thirty acres for fair
grounds, and sell the bulaiice in small
out'ots to help defary the cast of build
ings Sccuron the first part.
This was the state of things at the
beginning of the year, and no one doubt
ed that the coniirg summer would find
the Trumbull agricultural society in pos
session of one of the most extensive and
thoroughl."- fitted fairgrounds in the Slate.
The merchants, lawyers, and doctors, me
chanics, tradesmen, and business men had
subscribed liberally, and it could not
bo imagined that the farmers, for whose
special benefit fairs arc held, could lack
the intelligence to appreciate or the lib
erality to carry out a plan in which they
above all others were interested..
But precisely here, when everything
was regarded certain, ihe managers met
with the most chilling disappointment.
Wealthy farmers in every township were
solicited for subscriptions, but the offi
cers met with nothing but evasions or
downright refusals, and the whole num
ber of individuals outside of the two
towns of Warren and lowland who could
be induced to subscribe has been so
small that the total amount subscribed in
the twenty three towns does not equal one
sixth of the sum pledged by the tico
towns alone !
The Managers are there-fire forced to
conclude that the farmers of Trumbull
County have not interest enough in a
county air to invtst anything to make it
n honor to the county, and are now con
sidering the propriety of abandoning all
attempt to complete the work so well be
gun. A few weeks must decide the ques
tion. Either the fanners of the different
townships must themselves take hdd, i
and not suffer the shame of being entire
belii-d the age ia sagacity and liberal
ity, or the society will have to announce
Ihe State that the rich agricultural
County cf Trumbull, for the improve
ment of whose stock and farming imple
ments, fair have done more than for al
most any county in the country, has,
(except in two township) lost all public
spirit, and cannot have a fair unless the
capital lo buy and improve the grounds
given them, and the burden which be
longs to the whole is borne by two towns
alone !
Farmers of this County, shall this be
so, or shall the Managers receive sub
scriptions within ten days which will
prove that you Mly need to be aroused
complete the work w ith a zeal and
spirit which is everyw here expected of
you ? D.
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[For the Chronicle.]
Important to Women
I noticed in your paper a few weeks
ago, several deaths occurring from the
garments of women and children taking
fire.
This has induced me to call the atten
lion of the public through your paper, to
simple, but effectual remedy, which
never should be forgotten. Tbe mother
should in all cases rinse the children's
cotton dresses in alum water, say one
ounce to the last water used, and they
will be nearly incombustible. This sim-
and cheap precaution will prevent the
clothes from flaming, and thereby save!
seriom accidents to children. j
But when discovering that your clothes
on fire, do not run, but immediately
throw yourself down and roll to smother
flames. This is so easy, that it can
performed by all, from the rmallest
child to the most decrepit old women.
any one doubts my theory, let them
take a strip of cotton fabric, and hold it
with one end downward, set fire to the
lower end, and see how quickly it will be
consumed. Then take another strip of
same, place it upon the floor, set fire
this, and you will see it will be dilfi
cult ;o burn it up.
This simple remedy ought tobe impres
upon the mind of every person, and
ought to be taught by every mother to
daughter in early life, that they may
wise in time.
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ORWELL, April, 12th 1859.
E. L. GIBBS.
Estill asu Kline takes to tue Pss-
itexturv Attemfteo Scicide As
Sheriff Hosteller was getting ready on
Tuesday last to take Jason Estill, con
victed at tbe recent term of our court for j
burglary and Henry Kline for grand iar
ceuy, to the Penitentiary, he fiund Kline,
oneniKirlhe cell where he was confined. 1
lite act o! cutting his left arm with a !
razor. He succeeded in making a pretty J
deep gash, though not a very serious one, !
was not considered sufficiently dan-'
gerous M cause any detention in his re- j
moval. Kiine has said repeatedly that I
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would never go to the a?etiiietUur-v-
The Buck, ye State.
Alle'jhcst CoLLtas aj MtEtoriLE,
An eJTort is now being made to
increase the endowment .of this jnstita-1
tion,' which will probably be successful. !
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The Oberlin Rescue Case.
Oberlin, April 15th, 1859.
Messrs. Editor $:
Fulling a victim of the popular excite
ment of Oberlin, wc took the 8.30 train
Monday morning for Cleveland, which
landed us safe (not exactly sound,) al
the foot of Superior Street. All Cleve'
land to us, was entered in U. S. Court
Room. From our landing place we
made tracks for the Custom House. Our
cramped limbs longed to extend them
selves, and our willing feet kept time to
our fast beating pulse. Sxn the Co-rt
room was retched, that is the door, where
a compact mass, opposed further progress,
However, your Correspondent, (being
rather slim and an Oberliniie) finely got
within seeing distance of ih s Judge, Jury
and Speaker; while pressing through the
crowd, we heard the high and vehement
tones of the speaker, Mr. RidJlc. His
appearance indicate a quick anJ active
mind. He is shoit, straight and well
made, bespeaks rapiily an! energetical
ly at times becoming very vehement. "
His gestures do not follow the rules of
elocutionists, but seem to act as pump
handles, to force the ideas from his well
filled brain, words flw from his lips in
uninterrupted streams. We did not re
mark one hesitation in his speec'i, of
which we l:s ened to above three hours.
Hit part of the labor was to review the
testimony, and show wherein it was in
sufficient to convict the prisoner, Mr.
Bushnell, he bring the first one arraigned.
He abounded in eloquence; we never so
fully f -It the power of eloquence, as when
he, with upturned eyes and clenched
hands, said. "I would not goto Kentucky
to decoy negroes, would not interfere
with such property there, but if a pant
ing fugitive came to my rosf fjr shelter,
and clothing, and food, in the name of
the Great God he should have it." A
thrill rf admiration and pleasuie shot
through the whole audience, and burst
forth in long continued applause. His
examination of the testimony was lucid
and searching, some of the absurdities in
it he wittily showed up, we can truly Ray,
he completely RidJle-cd it. After him
came Mr. Spalding, whose duty it was
to enlighten the jury, (and perhaps the
judge) on the law. His first points were
upon the constitutionality of Slavery.
In the opening of his argument he read
from newspaper scraps, some resolu
tions upon the. Fugitive slave la, which
were passed at a meeting in Cleveland.
They were drafted by a commilte of five
or six, among whom was Judge Wilson.
They are as follow:
1. ResAeed, That the passage of the
Fugiiive Law was an act unauthorized
by the constitution, hostile lo every prin
ciple of justice and humanity, and if per
severed in, fatal to Human Freedom.
2. Resolved, that that law rtrikes
down some of the dearest principles upon
which our fathers predicated their right
to assert end maintain their independence,
and its chai acidized bv the most tvran
nical exercise of power; and that n can-
not be sustained without repudiating the
doctrincs of the Dtdaration e.f Indepen
dence, and the principles upon w hich all
fieo governments rest.
3. fiesoleed, That tyranny consists in
the wilfully violating, by those in power,
of man's natural rilit to the personal
sveurity, personal liberty, und private
property; and it maters not whether
the act is exercised by one man or a
million of men, it is equally unjust, un
righteous, and destructive of ihe ends of
all just jjovernmen's.
4. Resolved, That regarding some
portions of the Fugitive Law as uncon
stitutional, and the whole of it as oppres
sive, ui'inst and unrbhteous, we deem it
the duty oft v. ry good citizen todenounce,
oppose and resist, by all proper means.
Ihd execution of said laws, and that we
demand its immediate and unconditional
repeal, and will not cease to agitate the
question, and use all our pjwers to ecure
that object, until r. is accomplished. -
5. Iteso!vedr That we recommend
that a meeting of the citizens of this
be held at Cleveland on the 2G.h
day of October instant, t consider said
law, and take such action thereon as
may be be-emed expedient.
Quite a sensation was produced among
the spectators. All eyes were turned to
the Judge, who, evideutly, was somewhat
embarrassed. We could not hear but
two hours of his speech, as the train
started for Oberlin before the time of
adjourning Court, yet judging from what
w e heard of it, and Mr. Riddle's, we could
not see how any jury, partial cr impartial,
could convict Bushnell for violating any
law of these United States. Wa did not
arrive in time to hear Judge Bliss argu-
ment, nor remain long enough for Judge
Bcldeu's, we have since heard that nust
his (BdldeuV) time was taken up
with ranting about thingi said by his
opponents, mostly personalities.
It matters but little what the testimony,
arguments or law nrty he, the U. S.
Court and an administration jury decide
ihe case. Reporters are in attendance
for the N. Y. Tribune, the Kentucky
Free South, and other papers. Tlie case
will be remarked upon through the whole
length and bre.'dih of the land. As we
write, a telegram comes that Judge Wil
son has given the charge to the jury and
has returned its verdict, Guilty.
No more than was expected, the deci
sion might as well been given at once
without tettimony or law, for the verdici
contrary to. both. What the next
move will be we cannot tell, until court
commences next Monday. Great indig
nation is felt here. All feel that a great
outrage has been committed upon their
rights; this court and jury have rendered
verdict which, in coming years, will be
referred lo as the .famous Stamp Act.
That court will be remembered oi.Iy as
mold is 'to-day. While those m?n,
who so nobly rescued a fellow man, will
ever live in memory of their children
bright lights for them to emulate,
FRESH.
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Several instants have occurred in
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uitlereiit parts of the country, where
children have died rom tlie effects of poi-
4iri titlran Ititst, f nrla rrt lav a iafilTMt!nre
the new nickel ceut. As this coin is
Ismail and easily swaUowed, there is
gieat danger in allowing younjcUildi-n
Lave them in their possession.
To Council of the Incorporated Village
of Warren, Ohio.
Upon retiring from the Mayoralty, a
position Which through the partiality of
i. ii -. .
friends, 1 have Occupied for the past three
- . .
years, it ncms proper mat 1 submit llie
following
REPORT.
During the past year as an Ineorpora -
ion, we have had no special excitement
to disturb us, except the efforts made by
a few, to resist some of our Village Or-
dinances. This resistance was carried
even to the District Court ; and the law,
as well as the practice under it, has been
completely sustained by the Common
Pleas, and by the District Court without
qualification. This is an important mat
ter to the Vil'age, and very satisfactory
to me.
Since my last Report, at the close of
last year's term of service, complnints on
oath have been filed in the Mtyor's of
fice, nga nst only 49 individuals, mostly
for disturbing the peace, whilst intoxica
ted. Eighteen of the persons complain
ed against have piid fines, amounting to
the sum of sixty fivo dollars, which has
been paid into tbe Treasury.
For Licenses granted I have received
the sum of seventy -eight dollars and fifty
cents, all which has been paid into the
Village Treasury, as evidenced by the
Treasurer's Receipis on u!e.
The printed Book of Ordinances, left
on sale at the Village Borjk Stores, re
main una Id. Porter St Sjo report no
s des. George Adams reports a single
copy sold to C. W. Smith, Attorney at
Law, and both houses agree that in their
judgement the books will never be sold.
In this state of aaairs, 1 wo-jid respect
fully suggest that the whole edition, ex
cept fifty enppies to be reserved for use
of new officers, be given away to those
who want them free of charge. - Better to
have them in the hands of those that will
read them, than to have them stowed
awav in tbe Bjk S'.ores and unread.
This arrangement I think would be
quite satisfactory to the lax payers, and
1 hope it will meet the approbation of
Council.
In handing over to our successors the
muncepal affairs of our Incorporation, it
is with pleasure I lefer to the condition
of the same in alt their various ramifica
tions.
The Fire Department is in rend'ness
for any emergency which is likely toarise.
Two fine Engines and an ample supply of
Hose, and each c.ozine .manned by a
company of capital fireman, than whom
none better can be found ; with such fa
cilities our citiaens may enjoy compara
tive security in this direction.
In immediate connection with this I am
happy in refering to the Fire Warden's
report, by which it will be seen, that his
department is also in a condition, far
ahead of what is usual.
The fact that we have been saved from
disastrous fires, during the entire period
of onr encumbaney is, no doubt, partly
attributable lo tbe care given in this De
partment. The side walks and street crossing) of
tbe Villiage we leave, as a whole, in a
'superior condition.
The Public Grounds have been much
improved, and a vast amount of labor ex
pended thereon, yet there is much re
maining for our successors to do in regard
thereto.
I regret that the inclemency an 1 un
certainty of the weather for the Uit two
months have been such as to prevent the
Committee on that subject from proceed
ing with and completing the work they
had intended lo do. It is earnestly recom
mended to our successors, hoping ii will
be pushed forward to early completion.
We leave tl. em tho matters with which
we Lave been charged, in good condition,
handing them ever lo onr chosen succes
sors with flourishing and peaceful pios
peets.
The Village on the high way to great
ness; its credit unblemished and our
constituents in the enjiyment of peace
and quiet and unwanted prosperity ; all
which blesings, we have nc doubt, tbe in
coming Council wil) seek to perpetuate.
Bi lore retiring, gentlemen of tbe Coun
cii, I thank you individually and collec
tively for your earnest and i fficeint aid
rendered during the year. Ever ready,
ever willing to discharge your duty; ever
urbane and pleasant, in Conncil our inter
course has been agreeable and I trust our
doings advantageous to our common con
stituency. All which is respectfully submitted.
THOMAS J. McLAIN,
MAYOR.
Ashtobula and Xeio Lisbon Railroad.
the Board of Directors of this road
were in session here on Wednesday.
We learn that they determined to re
sume the prosecution of the work from
this place to tho P. Ft. W. & C. Ii. R.
immediately, and finish the grading and
have the road bed ready lor the iron by
fall ; and to have it ironed and in run
ning order as soon thereafter as it can
be done. A resolution was passed to
apply all the stock subscribed in Canfield
and Green townships to accomplish this
grading, and there is probably enough
subscription to do it, if it shall all be
promptly paid up. There has been a
hesitancy and backwardness oa the part
of many about paying their subscrip
tions ; giving as a reason their fear that
the road will not be made. This reason,
we think, is groundloss now, if indeed
there ever was a foundation (or it. Tbe
road will be built. The mineral resources
alone the line, now being rapidly devel
oped, will ultimtely effect it, and It is a
mere question of lime. The solution cf
that question, however, lies with the
people along the line, who are to reap
the direct and imraedia'e benefit. They
have the power to solve it at an early
day. The pecuniary ability to complete
the road exists within thm without a
pLI EU I VW1UI . AW IA-IIIUU Ul 'tO
is now all that is needed to place us in
immediate connection with the rest of
mankind, and to make available that vast
mineral wealth which a kind providence,
ages ago, deposited nnder our soil, only
awaiting the energy and enterprise of its
future occupants to develop and render
valuble. iue time tor that has come,
and if we would gain the treasure we
have but to make tne proper exertion.
Arrangements, wa understand r in
o . '
progress, to obtain the iron, and hare it
...rlin.s. a . .t ,. .
iu aUIuv w ovuu iuo h i nu ia to .
finished,
Ktf.irta mill nlan ko msrl.. in
contract the roid north lo Niles as rapid
ly as possibly ; and if these efforts of the
Directors are Seconded, as theV should !
k. ll, r;t'.un. .nu..lln .v.- . I
J ' 6 vuu
nonlinn heturpen tliA P. Vl V A (1 R i
O A O A, t 1 T u j
aw. w,uu ia ' ix. ux. at,, i,, ixiav. uc cum
pleted at no very distant day, lo the
great profit of both those roads as well j
of the eountry generally. CamUldi
Correspondent qf the ReghUr.
f land
The New York Senate has ousted one
of its body, by a vote of Id to 12, on the
ground that he held, at the same time,
the cfiiee of Post Master under the Gen
eral Government, rendering him inclli-
gihle to a seat in the LeKLlalice, under'
.....
the coast'tution of the State, I
i
j
is
1 GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE
i Hn..TNM,ITctp..x.reki7..
ZfStf
"' witnessed their pnl curative proprieties In
inmncn in my own lemur, l aerm it a duty
?" l friends and the public fi Inform them of
i it in thin manner:
, wain lone UmeslllU-ted with the LlTerCom-
sua aei.uiiy or tne y,tem. for vnicn ne bad the
errier of MTeral phireleiant without avail. Finally,
I procured a nettle of the MUere. and ihroorh their
he wa rntlrelr rertored to health. Mr daarftter
! eal
! !?
i-me alter exatbilinjr aymiome el me name die-
wm in retorted to the Bitten. I weald atate,
lr the war. thai she had for a lone time heea uiir.v.
ioffeniire:
j ZZ2ttol
j ine from eerere Neuralria. and her breath ra very
ne aiao Became no extremely weaa that atie
to leare her bed. After commeneine the
Bitten, the improved nnidle. and in ane
wat able to pay a eieit to her friends at Che-taut
nil. ana iood became entirely restored to health.
Uj wife alio neea the Bitten, and thine- there ia no
medicine like them. Whenever aha feela weak or ner
onj, or her stomach appears oat or order, she takes
one or two .lo,-,, which immediately restores her.
Hoping this may prove of service to my friends, I
m loan, respectrally.
CUARLKS 8. KOKEK.
Ask for Ifcftrnft Oermea Bitttrt. and take noth-
S ! J"". I1" PTmred by Dr. C. M. Jackson.
arcn Birtet. mi ladelphia. Pa., and are sold by
drairriitsand storekeepers in every town a ad villa in
ne united statea Caaadas. West indiee. and Sooth
. '' c" Pr bottle. April I3-Sw
Marriages.
In Furming1on,on tbe 13th inst, ty J. H
Woleutt, E.q., Mr. WILLIAM M. SMITH and
MUs LUCY J. SAGE, all of Farmington.
In Warren, April 13th, by Rev. P. P. Pinney,
Mr. HORACE BRIDGES and Mr. RHODA
ASK EDICK. both of Nelson.
Deaths.
In Windsor, on the 29iIT ult.,of consumption,
Mr. JAMES McWRIGUT, aged 53 years.
In Orwell, April 2J,of disease of the stomach.
Mrs SARAH II I LLI A P D, consort of Isaac II il
hard, Eq., ng--d G2 years.
In GustsTos.on Saturday. the 9tb inst., at the
rosiJenee of Dr. S. S Ju.ld, Dr. P. M. JUDD. of
Williamtfi-ld, Ashtabula county, formerly of
Bethel, Cvnn.
Fur him the sun lind no si.lt n.liir; the stars no
Inslre; the wurl.I for which he hal txprs'cd so
much lonilness, hnd now grovn uarfc as if over
ahailowetl by a clou.); the radiant smile of joy
which once lit np his loved countenance, had
given place to one of sadness, and the unquiet
drooping of his eye lids iWetiled the interior,
which seemed changed with unshed tenra, as he
mused on the last farewell of her, the idol of his
pure heart's affection.
The silver chord had been loosed, "which
bonnd him to earth" the gulden liowl broken,
and agnin tlie angel ol mercy called, and has
taken his soul to dwell with her in a happier
and noMer sphere, and as if by magnetic influ
ence, soul to soul is drawn, and must be re uni
ted. As a physician, he wns skilful and sympathi
zing, and much beloved in those families where
he had been their medical adviser, and a fiiend
in time of sickness and aftUtion, and tlie com
munity where be resided, as well as citizens of
Gnstavus, where he formerly )i red. feel that they
bare sustained a great loss, and all join in sym
pathy with the family and friends w ho are call
ed to mourn for one so dear to themselves, as
well as to all who knew hint. One of tke lar
gest concourses of friends and citizens were as
sembled to follow him to his last resting place,
that ever assembled on a similar occasion in the
town, which fully teati6es to the hieh respect
and love with which he was regarded by all.
He died rejoieine, with a confident hone of
"Home in Heaven," where sorrow and puling
are never Known, mere to lie re-united with Jen
nie, who had gone before him. Cum.
aale. xusiiu u. si.iu, uuartt.
By r. H. 11CTtlIi:.,8h1.h:SyUi"'-
April so.
rSTEAM ENGINE & BOILERS
V FOR SALE. A thirty horse power Engine new
eomwletr: alas, two IH teet siagle Sued Boilers
Casoal Advertisements most be paid for
when handed in.
TRUMBULL AGRICULTURAL
SOCI K.'-P V. Aaarat BiraiT or Tm
Tiiuiiiu, B. K.KOBBIXS.
Jan. 1st. IMS.
Cash on hue I.
Memoersbip received at the Fair
Kntrance fees ree'd at th Gate,
Kent of Oroonils received,
Fnmiams of leo7. paid as per
D.
ll 4
S44 I S
m;s
C.
vonchen.
Rent to Estate of J. W. Ptck.
Krpeirs on fair rronnd. lumber ttc aj
Marshal and Assistants.
Secretary and assistants.
Treasurer and Assistants.
Oate keeiiers, Guards and Kifht
Watches.
Printers' hill 9,
Stationery. Postace. Ae..
es is
MICS
3i
ICS
r.3t
Ssim
4IM
49 :i
9
- Expenses of Committee oat oCoanty, W
Premiums of l?5d, paid as per
vouchers, 5l 4
Balai.ce in Treasurers hands. ti7 r3
ami is ami us
$1273
Balance la Treasurer's hands.
Am't in hands of U". 11. Uutchins,
former rrcasurcr.
Total balance.
13: u
We have examined the abore account, and Sod (be
same correct. T. WEIIU.
B. P. JAVKSOS,
April SO. "39. .dad ray Cess.
The Warren Dry-Goods Store.
PETE, BUR WELL V CO.,
VRE now receiving their slock of
SPRING 6c SrXVKR GOODS, uhich. ia rich
sees, variety ard attractiveness, is Iar superior to any
they have ever before broueht to this market. We
have been lead by aur insreasing trade, and the cheer
ing prospect of the 'Vood limes coming," to purchase
largely, and have added t- oar selections s class of
richer goods than have before neea brought to Warrea.
a class of goods which the rnrreasiag wraith an cul
tivated taste of the people of Trumbull Coantr require
We snve tafcea anusaal paiaa ia Ihe seleetiea vf our
goods, and have aimed aot merely at having as good
a stock as can be found in Warren, but at having the
best ever bronchi iato Trumimll County, aae) we feel
warranted in aaymg tnat our stock vui compare m- I
rorably in faianlily, eiality and variety with the
stocks found is) any establishment ia Cleveland or
Pittsburgh, and ve are determined to name prices
that will insure quick s lies.
We respectfully solicit the people of Warrea and
vicinity, to call and examine our goods before pur
chasing elsewhere.
PECK. Br WE LI CO.
SILKS 1 SILKS .! I The largest stock
ever brought to Warren, for sale by
PECK. Bt'RWELl CO.
CLOTHS, BLACK DOESKIN and
Fancy Casslmeres. Kentacky Jeans. Farmers
and Mechanics Cassimere. Catmnade. ace., for sale
at the ' WARREN DRY OJO M STORK.
CARPETS! A large assortment t
reduced prices, for sale by
PECK, BCRWELL Ac CO.
II A W L S ! ! Picolomini. Stella,
Broche. Silk, Cashmere and other varieties.
at the WAKKKN DBY GOODS STORK.
ANTED ! Roll Butter, for which
the highest market pries will be paid, either
ia Cash or Merchandise, by
PECK, BCRWELL dt CO.
Warren, April JO, 159.
JOHN D. KING. Attorney at Law
ft and General Collector: Office over McCombs Jt
Smiths Store, Warren. Ohio. Arpil 'id-y
Cleveland & Mahoning Bail Road.
40TII AXX1VERSAKY, I. O. O. F.
At WARREN, 0., APRIL 26, 1859.
TICKET TO WASHES AXD BACK, good for April
So dt 7 ONLY, will be sold at all Stations at eae
fare fmr tkt reaad trif.
April W-lw. CITA3. L. RHODES. SnpV
PLANTS FOR SALE.
A FTFR THE I Oth OF MAY. I will
1 V have oa hand and for sale at my stand oa Mar
ket St.. a (ne assortment of 8WKRT POTATO AND
TOMATO PLANTS. Those wanting wil) please send
in orders one week ia advance.
April SO. it-iw. At. UellAXra.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
BX ORDER OF PROBATE COURjT.
By virtue of an order or Sale, issued on the 13th day
of April. lejS, by tjie Probata Court for Trumbull
County. Ohio, and to me directed, I shall expose for
premisaa.oa ravaay taeiiK aae .f jr.,.
159, between tne nours of one ann tout o ciock r. ja.
or said day, the following jicai jesute belonging to
'Stephen Ilighee. silu tte in Brookfietd, Township No.
cut Western Krserve. in the State of Ohio, and which
- i- ... Srst ranee of TowasblDS in tne Coaneetl-
part of lot No. sixty-seven, boundeit aa follow: Be.
.i.hi.. .i tba North west corner of said lot Na.slstv.
also ID tne wmnir u . .uw . Ma bhuwo
No. sixty-seven, thirty rods, thence East sixteen rods,
seven, thence South along the We-t line of said lot
No. aixtv-seven. thirty rods, thence Bast sixteen rods.
thence North tairty rods. tnencewcKioxgineiortli
line of said lot sixty -sevtn sixteen rails to (lie place or
beeinnlnc. to contain three acres of land, more or less.
Appraised at S . Taaas rnmlw kspwa pn day af
will be sold cheap and on fair terms, enquire of
,VT. JTACKABp.
Warren. April 13, lPiS-tf.
T
O RENT. Tbe dwelling house of
the subscriber ou tba Basetta Road, fosses-
sioa given 1st
of May. Apply to J. D. Cqx, ElH-i Wae-
ren. or the subscriber at tfrnqxasia.
March JO, 'Sw-tf. ' C. C. D0CT0X.
TVTEVV STYLES of Blacks just ree'd
Milliners supplied, at
mrs. c. w. messr';.
VsrchSOth.H.
Xo T.Tsstlarder's Block
I
a
to
of
he
aT
sty
te
1 (g
t JBROTYPE3 taken at ROBBIXS Le
XV ROT'S Gallery.on Monday, the I Hth, and
scores sent oa their way rejoicing. Plenty of
stoea leit ret. Seats tree, and no charge lur ad
mittance. "
Warren, April 20, 1859.
F. P. UEED&CO.,
it IDI
Boston Clothing Honse,
HAVE just received a large and bean
Ufa! stock of SPRING AXO ettMM CLO.
THINO Also, a suprb stack of II ATS. CAPS, ate
which ia quantity and style cannot be surpassed.
We ara now opening, (aad tkmll ttrp r..ui ,a
teed ) a splendid lot of CLOTHS, CASSIMKKES and
VI3TINUS lot the custom trade direct from Use
Boston market, to which mt call the attention of ow
old customers and the public generally.
We have just completed new arraocementa In a.
Custom Department, and an now prepared to tors ooa
oa exhibition the best class of custom work ever
before the people or TUUMHULL COUNTY, and at
much lower rates than any other house. We shall pay
strict atteni ion to this branch of the trade, aad shall
endeavor to keep Constantly oa hand a fail and com
pleta assortment of nest class foods, such as have
aever before been kept ia town.
All Garments warranted to St. at
V. F REED at CO.8.
Clothing lioase. Ha. Market St.
April SO. -M 1 WAHRKW.OUIO.
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Fine Broad
Cloth frocks, from a.,M to 9 iB.ao. at
f P. HEED m CO .
A FINE LOT FANCY CASSIMERE
FROCKS and SACKS, made t In the best
styles at
w. r. rkko CO'S.
rPHOSE BEAUTIFUL MIXED SUITS
-L at Si.tSar all the rage, and setlint teat at
. V. P. RKBDih CO'3.
MENS GOOD BUSINESS PANTS,
from $1.45 to ,UO, at
F P. KEfI CO'S.
T ARGE STOCK Mens' Silk, Satin and
-RJ Cassimere Testa, at superior style aad manufae-
inre. at r. f , KEEP dl CO S,
LARGE LOT BOYS' CLOTHING,
of e.ery style aad grade, at
. P. P. REED dt CO'S.
yHITE AND FANCY SHIRTS
Patent Tokt, and warranted u (It. at
F. P. REED dt CO'S.
WHITE & FANCY MARSEILLES
8UIKT3. goad styles, at
F. P REKB O S.
A LL KINDS GENT'S COLLARS
s- and NECK TIES, of the best and latest steles,
F. P KBEI A CO'S.
FRENCH FUR HATS, of everyde
scrlpUon, at F. P. REltD it CO'S.
SUPER. WOOL HUNG. & PANA-
MA II AT 3. at P. F. BEEP A: C" 3.
SPRING-STYLE SILK HATS
Cas. Hits, at
F. P. REED fc CP'S.
MORPHY HATS dc CAPS, latest
stvlesat F P. REED at CO'.
YOUTH'S HATS AND CAPS, all
1 styles at !FlP-"KEDcil'-
nUBBER COATS, PANTS. OYER
1 ALI.8 and CAPS a rood assortment constancy
on hand, aad defy competition boatnt direct from
the Alanafactaren, and sekl at the lowest rates at
F. r. REED CO'S.
EVERYTHING comprising a Gent's
Wardrobe rn he found at
F. P. REED & CO'S
Besfea CUtH 1esss, Ha. S. Market Ft.
April to, "53-3m. WARREN, OUIO.
E.
II. SANDS, M. D.,
PATHOGENETIC & URIPATHIC
L PllTSICIAX AND SURGEON.
(Oflklfirm . Cltrt Scads, Jcasrsswa, fe.J
Graduate, ia 1843, of the College of Phvlcians and
Surgeons of the City of New Tore, and fifteen years
experiencein tbe treatment of Acute and Chronic Dis
eases tea years in the City of New Tors. Two years
experience in that immense hospital for the treatmcat
of Diat-ases of every grade and character.
Tils CITY UOfPITAb OF NEW TOKK.
About i.WXi casea of Hodlcal and Harrlral Diseases
eome annually under the treatment of the Physicians
aad Surgeons of this Institntion.
lu SAN US was a rupil ol the mte Dr. Swrtt. Pro
fessor of Diseases of tbe Lanes ts the City Hospital,
and to the University of the City at New York: also.
Student and Assistant Sargeon ua.)er trose great and
successful Surgeons. John Wal on aad A. W. Stevens,
of the City Uoapical of New York.
B- SANDS will sis, every month, the follosrrns
places, where be may be consulted :
PitxroK-r. Hordes 'a Hotel, April 9t
Riibsionp. - "SI
Assovki Cuirras. Keen s House. M M
Wawr Wiluasjm'i. Kinkaid's 11 nose. 3
GrsTavra, Uutavua Hotel. 44 'JZ
Gac. Exchange Uutal, " St
Mssorrrixia, - S7
BaiWTOLVItXB,
Jnuawroa. Duabar's Tfotef. 99
Brao Iltt-a. Western Reserve Uotel. M
HO CUARGK FOR 0OSSCLTATI0N
CnRONIC DISEASES suceeesfony treated, avea
when given np by Ihe most skillful physicians
CONSUMPTION, aad all diarasea of the Luwrs.
Scrofulous Affretions of the Joints. White Swelling,
dee., with all the varied forms of Scrofulous and Scor
butic Diseases, are successfully treated. No where
can Consumptives resort with so certain a prospect
of cure.
The Patient is aot under the absolute Beceaaite of
applying in persoc for treatment. Ihoueh. that is Vi
resr; hut the rase (i vial of urine) with a detail of
symptoms, will enable the Doctor to prescribe suc
cessfully. In tbe treatment e the Diseases of Women. Dr. Sends
follows ia the footsteps of the late distinguished bv.
Vaodeveer, whose successful treatment of those dis
eases can be attested by thousands! females in all
-arts of tbe United States. For Falling of the Womb,
Locorrbeaor Whites, dt?.. a care ss guaranteed. Dr.
Sands' I real stent of chikirea is new and snccessfal. -
8FRGERT aad SurcVa' Diseases can receive that
treatment whirs eeeures a return ta health, without a
resort to that fearful instrument, the knife. Dr 9awds
is a surgeon of the canaerrativc class, awing law kniSr
only as a laet resort.
D. SAMDS will ewre old sores sad all eruptive dis
eases of Ihe skin, a mailer of how long staading.
He makes use of universal BOTASIC remedies; a
Calomel or other deleterious drugs are need. Persons
from a distaae desiring advice aad ssedicine, will
send a geaeral description of the urine, with a correct
statement of Ihe cause and origin f the diaeaae. aad
geaeral history of symptoms, wits. name, age, eta.
All comavanicatioas mast be addressed sa
CLARK at SASD3.
JamestoCa, Mercer Ce-, Pa.
DR- 8. G. CLARK. I'sir-smc Faisirtas Srs
aaot.3emeresra, Mmtr Ca. P-. WW aid respectfully
form the inhabitants of the western part af the State
f Pesmaylvsnia. and of Ohio, that he has associated
with himself Dr. 8sa. ntw of tho CSy of New York,
wheat he can t ecommtad as standi nv, as U3 front rank
ofbisprof.saka. (April SO. 'Ml
PARTITION NOTICE. To Thomas
Knighton, Eunice Celts Knighton. Lemuel En
sign. Austin Rnsign (a minor.) and Elisabeth En.
sign, of wihmaton. Trumbsli Co. v) , smd AmsKa
Ensign, of the Smte af Wiseonsiw.
Ton will take selicmthat wa the 19lb dsry of iwnrll.
A. 9. the wauersiTned Sled petition, in the
Court sf Common Pleas of Trumbull County. Ohio,
where tbe same is new pesdiag. setting forth Hi sab
staecr. that aa the Sth day of October, lettf. on Abut
thaa ffewton. ef Ct.. conveyed to Eunice Ensign, wife
of Joe) Rnsign f Vrty See acres., and her sow N ewte
Ensign thiity-snre acres, to her sow Wa)soa Basigu
twentyseren acres. Is her sob Lester ST acres, and to
her son Lemuel Xasiga 2 acres, being the let of laad
said Hewfrn bought ef Joshua Osborne, ard being ia
Tewaship Ho of the fifth range sf Townships in the
Cownectiew Wealern Reserve, so caned, in Ihe Coon
ty tf T rami, all aad Stale of Ohio being putt sf hot l
in said Towaship, aad described as Mless: Negiu
ning at the east ead ed the above described lot and
runaing west Iwthestnfr read, running from uie souib
Una north wa the state road to sssd Osborne's buxt. to
contain owe hasMfred and SYty acres sf land, fyiaur
jointly in common with each otker whose aaiaenatiovw
described, to hold their Bsmrer-f acres eipmlly gwoet
that afterwards, by concent of parries, the said Leices
ter Rnsign had his laad anancd so him ia she south
east corner of said lot. aad be seid shv same to Jtrtiw
Anna Huffman, which was conveyed by all of aahf
parties, but fur the interest of sahl L-stev, whosoofc tSe
money and investsd the same ia elber hinds; that af
terwaida. two other narcels were seM e by saM par
ties to Jonas lioffmau. en the east side by mete and
bounds, to the smcunt of 37 acres, and 4 acres la the
centra nsar the state road was sold of to Thomas
Knighton, leaving SS acres to be held in common, that
the amount sold oh was to be taken oa af the lee re
maining shares pre rata, leaving ta Eunice 23 eT-swS)
acres. Newton :3 4. list seres, natson 18 r-juu acres,
and Lemuel lo Id-ISO acres. In all W acres of land ;
that Lester intestate died ia 1S4S, leaving Amelia En
sign his only heir; that Rewtaw died Jan'y. S. IcSU,
intestate and without issue, leaving Abigail lionghton,
Emma O. Knighton, Lemuel Ensign. Watson Knsiga
sad Amelia Easign. his only heirs at law; that Eunice
Rnsign 4ied Jan'y. S. lei I. in test ate. leaving Ihe fore
going partifs as her only heirs ia law ; that an the
31st day of Jan'y. lf3. Watsoa Ensign suit claimed
Celia KnJUa all his Interest in said land, which
he had as heir at-lasr of the said Eunice: that on the
Sth day of Jane. lr5J, he conveyed ta Thamsa Kaigh
tua all the iutereat in nji land, except one acre which
he reserved thereof, whlyh. a.ntUie-1 said Knighton lo
hold all the original iaterest of said Wa!soa, and all
he acquired as heir of his brother Newton: that said
Watson died on the - day of Juno, told, leaving
Elisabeth Ensign his widow. aud Austin nsi;n, his
snlwebild .nil heir: that the heir Of said VI atSOB IS
entitled ta hold one acre: said Lemuel 17 l-' IUU sjjns.
ami Thomas Knigblon IS Hi 1W acres of tha original
conveyance out of tbe PS acres remaining: and tnat
oat of tbe residue fC tu-ioa acres tho said Abigail
Houghton is entitled to hold In severalty 2 10. the said
Knniew C. Kaixhtoa 3-10, the said Thomas Knighton
110. the said Lsmuel Rnsign S-lu, and the said As-eaia
Rnsign S itu afd the undersigned d-maods partition
the said premises in the pens and proportions afore
said, or sale of i be saute, with prayer accordingly.
At the acxt term of said Court, an application will
made by. tho andaraigned. for aa order that parti
tion stay be be made as prayed for. of said premises.
ABIGAIL 1I0CGIITO.N,
ALONZO HOUGUTOy.
April 20, "39 S-w. J. F. Asms, Att'y.
WARREN $00K BINDERY!
A ND BOX FACTORY REMOYED
V. To an door north oX McQuiston's .Grocery,
Kaia Street. .
BOOK BIX DIXfl done an short notice and In good
le. at reasonable prices. Blank Books hair aad full
beuod.ofail sues, of my sua mauufaetare', always en
naml. or made to order.
PAPER BOXES. suLhts Band haws, JJat hexes.
Comb-eases. e , got jjd ia good style. Statiowery
kwntaa hand for aaie. Paoee BaasJng lor sale, aad
jiaaering done ia food style. J'ersons having rooms
paper will pieaasfiv me eaii.
Warrea, April SO, 18wS.
1859. 1859.
NEY YOKK STORE.
THIRTEENTH ?
fHE subscribers are now open
ing their stock of SPRINO AND
SUMMER GOODS which, in extent,
variety and beauty, surpasses any here
tofore offered in old Trumbull.
We invite our patrons and the puhlie
generally, to examine our Goods before
purchasing as money is most assuredly
to be saved in so doing.
500 TONS CHEESE WANTED,
Also, Butter and Farm Produce gene
rally for which Cash or Goods will te
paid.
PARKS A WENTZ.
Waaaiw. 0., April If 39.
IHCH CIIENE BAYADERE SILKS,
W SEW YORK STORK.
CIIENE BAYADERE 4 PLAID
SUMMER SILKS. KEW TOKK STORK.
FRENCH ORGANDIE MUSLINS.
NJSW TORJt ITORX.
OAfl A YARDS FAST PRINTS 6
OUvV eta- worth 12i ets.
NEW TOKK STORK.
G
INGHAM ROBES A LEZ.
BKW sOKK STORK.
AYADERE JACONETS LAWNS
HEW I0RK STORK,
PUCHER LACE MANTILLAS
. F0I2IT9 a very rich sad FastuoaahU article.
NEW XORK STORK.
2000
YARDS BLEACHED SHIRT-
1U.N a S cts sosth ia et-
HEW TOKK STORK.
EMBROIDERED LACE CURTAINS
Also. SOLD SUADE3 far ana Dollar--
SEW YORK STORR.
OMBRA PRINTED CH ALLIES.
NEW YORK STORE.
B
ONNETS, RIBBONS. LACES i
EMBiiJIDEalEi.
NEW YORK STOBJt-
CARPETING OF ETERY KIJD
the larfst and dieapest stock.
SEW TORS STORE.
BARAGE ROBES A LEZ Plan and
Figore-l Ranges ha every svdor
HEW YORK STdRB.
FRENCH FLOWERS an J Bridal
Wreaths of surpassing beauty.
REW YORK STORE.
LADIES COTTON HOSE Jt LINEN
UI'KFS.f.'t' ets. SEW YORK UOBK.
SUGARS ds SYRUPS, Wholesale and
Retail a litUe lower tbaa elsewherrt.
BXW YORK 8TORB4.
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, dec large
stock aad very champ. : "
SBW YORK STORE.
CROCKERY dt GLASSWARE 10
per cent, behaw User lowest.
REW YORK STORE.
'PEAS
a. ramted
-75 ct Teas for 50 ets war-
good.
MEW YORK STORK.
OOTS St SHOES. Ladies' Gaiters
SEW YORK STORK.
B
RILLI ANTES, JACONETS,
Checks, Stripe. HEW YORK STORB.
PAPER HANGINGS ic L00KIN&
JL OUA9SES. SEW YORK 81DKR.
B LACE SI LKS BischotT and Bonnai,
the wery best. BRW YORK STORK
BAYADERES A LUSTRES, for Traw
ellmg Dresses. - REW YORK STORE.
W
ATCR SPRING SKIRT3L the besl
XRVT YOBK STORK.
T?ASHI0NABLE HATS Broadway
F Style. REW YORK BIOKB.
M
ORPHY CAPS and LUCKNOW
MAIS.
BKW YORK 8T0RJL.
PAJIASOLS Carved Handes. ." . -KBW
YORK STORM. ,
PUCHEX LACE YEILS.
RW YORK 8T7KT-
FOULARD SILKS BAYADERES.1
B ROCHE LONG SHATLS-5 10,00
Rrwti SaaroShawls-SO.SSX
RW YORK STORK.
10-4
BLEACHED and BROWN
SUZKTIXOSt RW TOM ST01CF-
10-4
LINEN SHEETING tad PIL
LOW CASK USE.
SEW YOKJi STOBhV
SEWING SILK, MITTS. GL0TE3
and Hosiery. HEW YORK 8T0RB.
N EW STYLES DRESS TRIMMINGS
HEW YORK STORK.
STELLA & CRA PE SHAWLS.
NEW YORK STORE.
G
OLD BANDED GII12TATEA SETS
SEW YORK SItfKE- ,
nUMMER CASSIMERES it GRASS
tlXENS.
SEW X0KK STORE.
BROWN SHEETINGS-6 eenla,
HEW YORK 8TOEE
LINEN k MARSEILLES, for Bosom
and Cellars. SEW YORK STORK.

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