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O. A.ADAMS. B.N.HAPGOOn IDITOES. WARREN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. Republican State Convention. In purr-nance of ihe authority vested in them, the undersigned announce that a delegation Dominating Convention will assemble in the City of Columbus on Thursday, the Second day of June next, lor the purpose of nominating a Candida' e for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Auditor. Secretary and Treasurer . State. Supreme Co irt Judge, member ilie Board of Public vorts, and Com misMoner of Common Schools. ? Weearnesily hope that all, of what ever party. Republican-). Americans, and Democrats, and of whatever birth, foreign or native, who are prepared join tn a common effort to deliver our .National Government from the control n arrogant sertioaal interest j to arrest the spread of Shvery beyond the S.ates in which it exists ; to orevent the re pening of the foreign Slave trade; to maintain the rights of freemen, and the interests of free labor ; to rebuke the spiiit of ex iavagance, corruption and misrule, which characterises the existing National Administration, sod lo briDir back the Govercmen to the control of the principles avowed in the Declaration of Independence, and te-alBrmed in the Federal Constitution, will unite in attend ance upon the Cuunty Conventions, and in the selection of delegates, and through (hem in the nomination by the Stale Con yention of candidates, worthy of the sup port of honest and patriotic voters. The ratio of representation wl!l be one delegate to each five hundred vo'es for Judge Peck at the election ot 1353, i h an additional delegate for each fraction over to hundred and fifty votes. In accordance with this rule ibe following will be the number f delegates from each of the counties of the S.ate : Adams..... ........... ttoraa -- 3 Alien rLoriu 6 " Ashland .............. ?'i.ncas ...... ...... .... 4 Ashtabula :;Mdison ..... S A ihen K.... ............ 4 Mannniug. ...... 5 Auglaize ............ '. Marian ............... 3 bvltBont 5. Medina ..... 4 brou . StUeips ................ 4 buUer SiMticrr 1 C&rroll.... ........... - unit . ..... ..... 6 Champaign ........... "Alunroe ............... 2 Claw. ...... .......... 4 Munlfromrry 9 Cterniont ........ ..... Morgan... 4 Ciiuton .. ............ Morrov ............... 4 Colombian .......... tJu-k.Dfara ........... 7 Cashoctoa ............ ;Nolle ...... .......... 3 Crawford .... . :-j):to.-l ....... ..... 1 Cyahjra H '."aulding I lrke eiPerry ........ ......... 3 lwtUnee. j t; Pickaway 4 -Jre 4 Pike Erie ............ ..... 4Vort2ge r:rneid '.. ............ Ti'PreMe ................ ' ' Fayette '.' I'D'nam -I Franklin Uichland..... 5 e'oltou lluta 5 Jiallia. .... ........ .... r andusky ... ......... " Q4art 8.-ioto . tireea. ......... ...... senera...... .... ttiKrnwf..... 4iihelby 3 Hamilton..... ......... 3lj--uirk ...... Hancock sUnmmit ...... " Hardin.. '. Irrumlmll - - Harrison.............. j fuscaeawas ...... ..... 1 1 rites ... ........ I'Coion 4 Highland.. ;"... ....... 4 Vanwert .... . tiocku ......... fi Viittoa lolwtes ........... .... - ".irren . .. ..... llnrnn.. ........... ... . V. Washington .......... Jarkson. ....... ....... '. w aye ........... JrUrroa-. .... . Stt'ulisms. ...... ....... - Knox. ........ 5 tVood ............ ..... ' Like 3 IVjaudctt 3 Ltfwreiice.'.. ........... 3t 1 lacking -.r. CI Total... The several county Committees ill call their county meetings for the selec tion of delegates at such limes and places s they think desirable, ' but we suggest Saturday, the 21st of May, as the most sui'aUe day. . Sufficient lime should -elapjeto give all the dellegates ample , notice of their selection. Crnl'l r-ztcnltrt Ctmnittcc?. A. JUtxxo, Toledo. VI a. liu. Jr.. a Uiuss. lnlliuorc'. Colombo J. EuBfKT. Lettnnnn. I.Tnrif Rrrri.ca, J. b. Hubbkll. Deiavare. W. T . B . II. L. Ni'Kee. Tifiia B N. B.e. J Siltct. Cliillicothe. N.H Stk. V. S. Bitt. Lancatr. J U Cort.TCk. J.C.THnMrwi.BloonasId Or M. Paxi. J. F. Icwlv, Norvaik. F0rtk State mt LorpeJ. W.aiTB. Ashland. J. R- Gmnmo!. Jefferson W. il. Srr. Mt. Vrruon. tor eZk c.?r,u1j.c.i)oroL.caa.i.riuge Dtttnef. K. W. Uxtnnca-. Aicrop. -T. C-DvT' Cincinnati. J. C. (kksis, CeveUnd f inri Jnni.C(i)cir.nat:0. K. lit nr. WarrD Wit bin kitt. Ilmnilisa- . R. iklct, Cariolltoa Olo I. Bix Tror. COLUMBUS, OHIO, April 20, 1859. County Convention. The Republicans of Trumbull County are invited .to meet in Mass. Convention, at Empire Hall, in Warren, on Suurday ihe 21st of May, at one o'clock p u , to nominate six delegates to the Republican State Convention, to be held at Colum bia. Thuisday the 2d of June next. By older of Central Committee. C. R. HUNT, CHAIRMAN. Warren, May, 10th 1859. A New Paper. 'We lave received the first cumber of 4he Warren JEgle, published at Indian Aila, Iowa, by I. R. Sherwood, Esq., late .editor of the Williams County Gazitte. The Eagle advocates Republican prin ciples, and jn the hands of Mr. Sherwood will be a valuable assistant to the good cause, in Iowa. We wish our friend Sherwood abundant sucess, politically .financially, snd personally. . Letter from Nebraska. .Jfstfrt. Ed'dott; liiegold roints cf Nebraska are at tracting thousands upon thousands, lo ,thaV vicinity; there is a steady grjng out nf Emigraiits from this place and in fact ;tom every point on the Missouri River ,lt .is eqjbl to ihe excitement , of 1800 for California, and reports from the mines arc j lite favorable, as they are making from Five to Ten dollars per day and it is no II imbug at all. Wi'h such assurance! as lt.ese,I would have no hesitfcl on in say. ing 'fc.niy friends that it would do to risk. that all who have a desire to visit the mines and can make up their minds lo go .tn work .and work hard, they will and a good chance lo make money, hut it takes work and hard work too, lo make ,money even i;i the mines; very many go .out snd become dU-cayraged because ihey" cannot just pick it up without any elfori on their part, and such men as these had better tuy at home, for in this western country they will ba obliged lo work. As to the toute to the niiurs.eeck pciuton the River claims .the fr route to be the mt practicable, .shortest and best, there fore I claim t!it -the best route lo the mines is f ro n Nebraska City end I thiiifc Jean prove to an c.ca.iy uC .si " . n i i .! i. act. This Lad 1 ways been the Govern- ' rri ;nt Rd to the Forts in the interior auI there is hut one small stream to crosseJ on ihe route; and ihe sup plies can he. brought here cheaper than ny other poirytoo the river; Co n is dull at 35 cents per bushel while at St. x.:T. I mher'noints below it is worth k.TV H ...... from 75 to 83 cents, U ten neing eDouti venty dollars pe-r yoke, Mules, from j whtT-LM to one hundred dullars, and j - e - ... ,- I ..II o,l.,r arncles m proportion. j JTsb-aska City, is ei;uat d nipin the I wrsiiiiiic oi ui: iM.s-outi K vur, :hesite of old Ft. iv-aniy; it vds laid just four vears ago, at that time Oloe In!jins aiilflived upon the to si;e. Now it is covered with fia Build ings and contains a population of -four thousand inhabitants, with a Hue farm i.ig country around, and the settlers an industrious and happy people, as majority of them are fion Ohio, which would l assurance enough that prosper ity would fjllow. JAMES W STULL. NABRASKA City, April 27th, 1859. One of the Jeffrey's Court Officials. 1 I; 5i 5. 4'. ! . 6. &j 6' 5! I' j 51 51 Cj ; 3j ! The SprinyfieM Republican, after no ticing that U. S. District Attoinet Belden in the trial of the rtsrue case departed trnm the record like Jellrey in order it.Uict petscmal abuse on the accused ! and quoting liberally from both, presents the lollowir. portrait of a modern Dis 'rict Attorne. in connection with ceriain District Attornies about 1300 years ago. Says the Republic: Geortre W. Belden, commonly -called Judge .Ueluen. now prosecuting the res cue cases at Cleveland, under the odious Fugitive Slave Law, was, up to the ol Ills appointment as District Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, always considered a pretty good abolitionist; least, a strong oli slaverv man. lie voted for Van Buren in 1043. standing upon the Free Soil Buffalo Platform, and turned up his nose in utter disgus IS59, upon the passage of the "Infa mous" Fugitive Slave Laty. The Bp i ointment of District Attorney was ten dered to him at the suggestion of Mr S enton of Pensylvaui. on the resigna tion of h:s predecessor. Many of the leading Democrats in the district opposed the appointnent at the time it was pen ding, upon the ground of his free soil proclivities, but before his appointment came to the United Slates Senate. Judge Belden got new light on the subject human bondage, and declared in a pub lic meeting, that the condition of the Afiican was very much improved by bringing him to America and keeping him iu jierpetuil bondage. His sympathies for the white man were all merged into sympathy for the poor Afiican who was o much benefited by the kindly and benevolent institution of slavery. His appointment was con firmed by a Senate of the same way thinking of courfe it was and now the trial at Cleveland, of these men who are chnrged with aiding the escape of bondman, he sneers at the"IIigherLaw," which is revered by the freedom of ihe Christian Gospel and the prcfessoisof Oberlin College, acd calls it "the Devil Law." His conduct reminds us of certain District Attornies about 1823 ; ears ago. who told Jesus that he cast out devils through Beelz-biib the piince of devils. It was estimated that his office of Dis- each. One Judas Icariot got thirty pieces of silver for btlravins his master with a kiss, and when he ul his money and looked back upon his dirty work, he sneaked olt ana a"v iiiiostlf. and his blood money was used for the purchase of a potters field. We shall be curious to know what Judas Belden will do with bis thirty pieces of silver, and whethe; he will dispose of himstlt in the manner cf Lis great prototype. We'll keep an eye on hiia. Farming in Texas. George Wilkins K-ndll, formerly, of the New Orleans Picayune, writes un der date of April lOih, from his shepp farm, about thirty milts from Xe Braumfels, Texas, writes glowingly to tried I have now about five thousand sheep, and all fine stock ; have realized over seventy five per cent, profit per an num on the investment since I have been here, which will do for hard times. F ocksnow are in healthier and finer con dition than ever. My good luck has, now lasted thiee y ars without interrais f-ion. If I can go on for three years more, with a continuance of the same success, you'll hear the bells all the way to Boston ; it will beat all. I went to New Oileans last Christmas lim-', with my wife and eldest giil ; wag gone tix weeks, which was quite long enough. I would't live in a city if you would give me one I am in theerjoy-. ment ol the very best possible health, and am now ten years younger than was ten years ago and twenty years gained in ihe life of a man past the mid dle age is something worth the while. No such country as this for children is on the face of the earth. Il is never hot here never cold ; always pleasant. What more do jou want? ' . I trust that I am duly thankful to a kind Providence which first directed my steps hither. I have a set of good neighbors, and (hall soon have the best kind of society around me-" A Retcrsed Gold Seeker's Opinion. Mr. E. C. Ichern, of Dodgeville, Wis eonsin, has been relating his Pike's Peak experience to the editor of the Illinois State Journal : lie walked in from the Mines, (.-o cal led) to Leavenworth City in twenty one days. He is an old miner and bis evi dence of the small value of that connlry for ir.ining purposes, goes the full length of our fears. He pronounces it a hum bug, elmost if not quite equal to that of Frszier River. lie worked much and dil'igently, but the most he ever made in one day al mining vac titenttf Jive centi. He says further, that many he b&w were actually crying for something to eat. He met an immense emigration grng th ther, cn whom his discouraging story had no other apparent fleet than to urge ihem forward. Large quantities of pro vUions were on the way: but Mr. Ichern says the people in the mines have noth ing to buy with when they get there, snd thinks they will be found so maddened with hunger. as to lake possession of them by fcrce. Chancellor Bibb, who recently died in Washing on, at the advanced oge of eigh y five, was an f xtraordinnry man. lit iore a wonderful liker e s in person to Ci i f Justice Marshal, and was a man '"the siw.e clas. and the same physical conformntion. To ihe last he wrre Wir, h!.m!r a- 1 1c ftlnntiprra. kneA iiiicT.'!e anrl white cravat and ruffl-s, and Ionr queue. . " - - ' Rut what is more remarkable, he never lost his passion f r his violin, and would take it row and then in hio study for amusement. His habits of life presented a model ot mo jeration IdVtfttt-as Death. On lat Saturday, a workman in the guan1) mills al Balti more, while wheeling bark to a hopper, was can or ht in the machinery, and lifer. sjjy ,orn an(j crus,eii to pieces. One leg vras torn completely r.ff. and the other hung only by shreds : and his body was mangled, and all Lis ribs Qf fae A Slave Question Decided. ou the are the to TVt Judge presiding at the Sickles trial, and who holds efface under federal law, has given a side decision which, considering whence it emanates where it is pronounced, ought to com mand general attention. We quote from the report of the above named trial: Counsel then refeired to the case the State against John, 8 Iredell. was much surprised that the counsel had admonished him the other day not introduce Slavery into this ma'ter, undertaken to denounce the decision it was made for slaves and wives of slaves, not for freemen. Tbey knew that no distinction was made in rules of evidence as between slaves freemen. Mr. Stanton In that cae, how Flora, the wife, come to be examined Mr. Carlisle did not deny that there were some peculiar laws in the States where Slavery existed. In .North Caro lina i he wife of a slave might be exam ined against her husband. Judge It must be so, bceause Slavtt cannot cmlracl m marriopt. Mr. Stanton Precisely ; that is point. Death of the Kentucky Giant. at in of Mr. Jas. I). Porter, widely known the Kentucky Giant, died in Portland, the 24;h ult, in ihe fi'tieth vear of aifr. Mr. P. had been in delica'n health, but his last illness was of short clura'ioii, his disease being an efloct:on of thnhfart Few men says the Louisville Courier, have been more widely known than Mr, Porter. lis extraordinary height, b-ing aho'it seven feet nine niches, ranked hi.i as the talleat man in the world, il seemed lo labor under theNconeiousne.-s that Iip was an ohji-ct of universal curiosi ty, and shunned, rather than - soaght the prh'.ip gaze, lie was modest and retir ing, lh very soul cf honor and honesty. His social feelings were elevated and re fined, his affections strong and marked. He was a gentleman of intelligence, and wielded a considerahle influence among his neighbors and (riends. His coffin was nir.e feet one inidi in length, and two feet across the breast. It was covered with black cloth, and lined with white satin. It is the largest coffin ever made in Louisville, and attracted more atten tion than anything of thi ki.id that ever enclosed the lifeless remains of one of citizens. The Ill-Fated Steamer St. Nicholas. a s The St. Nicholas was a large St. Lcuis and New Orleans passenger packet, and was a few months over four years old. She was owned by Capt. Ambrose Rea der and Capt. Ben. V. Glime, ihe latter of whom was her clerk. She was valued at about 825.000. and was, we presume, fully inured. The lateness of the hour at which the dispatch was received, last evening, prevented us from learning any thing definite relative to insurance. The St. Nicholas left this port for New Orleans last Thursday eveuing, with partial car?o and about thirty cabin pas sengers. She doub'less look a large amount of freight and passengers below. We have no information as to the prob able cause of the explosion. The boat was descending the river, with a load, and consequently could not have been carrying more steam than allowed, for there could have been no motive in so doing. She was a boat of very ordinary speed, and it is very unlikely, under the circumstances, that she was racing. During her last stay in this part, she was pamted and repaired, and we understand that ber boilers were tested. We al.o 1-arn that her machinery and boilers were new when placed in tae boa;. The causes which led to the accideot may be hereafter explained, but at present they cannot even be gupsscd. Steamers Burned. Pittsburgh, May 7. At a quarter past twelve a fire broke on the steamer lienry Graff, which quickly communicated 10 adjoining boats, and in less than five minutes len sU amers were enveloped in (Luces and Eoon proved a total loss. The following boats were destroyed Henry Graff, Panola. Jenny Gray, Coun cil B.uff, J imes Wood, J. II. Conn. Po tomac, Belmtnt, Cremona, nnd Com merce. The flames spread with teriific rapidity. The heat was great and fears were entertained for the safely of ware houses on Water street. The exertions of firtmen were principally devoted to them. The amount of freight on the boa's was not large, some little on the wharf was destroyed. The Pennsylvania Railroad wi.h her usual good luck escaped almost "Scot free." Her shipments of merchandize were on board the Economy and South America which escaped entirely. The latter fortunately having steamed up, was the means of saving all the other boats (some thirty now here from total destina tion.) She took a fleet of four boats nearest (bose on fire and towed them away and left a gap which made it pos sible to save the rest. Bors is Japan. Whoever va!ks ';rouh the streets of ajipan wn C villa"-, will be surprised lo notice th nun. ber of books exposed for sale in al mist every shop. Oi looking insii'e he w ill protably find one or more of ihe at tendants, if otherwise disedgage), bus !y r.adii.g, or listening lo something b ine read by one of ihe company. I-i walking Ihiough the outskirts of - ihe town, il 13 not unlikely ha will come sud denly on a knot of children, spated in a snug corner out of ihe sun, all intently .engaged in looking through some story hook or other they have just bought at a neighboring stall, an I laughing right heartily at the comical pictures which a lorn the narrative. The conviction ii thus liroti"hl home lo a man's mind that Vtf Jjpn-se are a leaning perple. London Sews. Death of a Pionhes Died, on the 2 1st inst., in Lebanon, Mr. Euos Wil liams, at an advanced age. The deceased was one of ih"? early pioneers of ihe Miami Valley. II came lo this vicinity about ihe first cf April, 179?', end has been within the limiis of the same neighborhood ever since. He laughi ihe first school within the; lown of Lebanon, which he continued from atKU. Isil2 to l-05. He then kept the county land records for many years; was Justice of Peace fcr some twenty years coiitin- ously, and served in many other public capac ties. .In his earlv vrars he was ' . .. . . - - . .. .i a man ui active liauit3, and canaiit.i diharing a great amount of business uiiti faciii'y and correctness. Cune tweniy years ajo how-eve r, he received an injury to his brain by a fall from his horse, which ever afterward seriously a.T.-uied his mind. Lebanon Star. Prinier'a) errors ar sometimes lauIia-Uc-. A young clergyman printed a ser mon, the subject cf which vs the neces sity fur .moderate and rational recrea tion, in w.hich occurred the jUfsa'e, 'Men sl.ould work and play too." The want of a stroke ruint d il, and tie r l pious world was tcanduUzed by reeding, "Men hould wort and play loo." NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD. and of He who to had be cause the the and did ? the Jail. On the nigt of the- 2ilth inst., as Sheriff Axteil went into 1 hp first recess or hall of the Jail proper, and whilst turning to shut the door of this re cess he was caught around ihe body by one of the prisoner, a large stout fellow, and whirled, in the twinkling of an eye, into the innermost hall, and the door closed upon him. Two of the three pris oners in ihe fi'st hull then rushed into the outter hull, whose cuts:de door opens in to ihe sireel the door being locked, but the key was in the door, the precaution lo take it out not being observed for the reason that the outer hall connects with the kitchen of ihe dwelling part of ihe building. The Sheriff, gathering him self up immediately, caught one of ihem in the outer hall, and w as dragged by him into the street, where hi.i hold was broken, and two prisoners escaped. The Sheriff had nothing but slirper on his ket at the time, and in the scuffle thai look place, his feet were badly bruised. The n mies of the two runaways are Al fred Elwell (who was awaiting his trial fjr burglary) and O. R. Chandler (who was awaiting his trial for horse stealing) A reward of S30 is offerpd for :h? two. or S J-j for cither one. Paiiieivdle Til graph. as on his a : II'KSB Stolen Mr. Ranney Goddard of Orwell, had a mare stolen fiom his stable on Fiiday night last. Sii is ol middling mz', of dark hav color, with a scar o.r4 inches long on ihe left shoulder. Ilie Ihic-f I'iok a black saddle and a blind bridle al t'ls sauie lime- IL' o!fl-rs S'25 for the mar.-, and ten more for the thief. Ashtabula Sentintl. Gne. Dr. Richmond, f itind Jefferson u litt'e to hot for any to'orab'e shan ol the enjoy mei.ti of I if?. I5 twien Sunda and Mtiinlay last he took a western sU'je leaving his country, as other patriots have done before him, fjr his country ' good. For this ect, Ihe deniz-Mis of Jef. t'ersoj), will remember him with emotions of lingering gra'.innie. HeporUr. A .Mam GnnED tiv a Bcll On Fri- dcy las!, Walier Morgan, of !his township, son-in law-of Thomas Aston, was severe ly gored by a bull. lie had taken Ihe animal out of the stable, anil while al tenipiiii!; lo get him back again, the snap attached to a ring in his oo.se slipped out and liueiatcd him. The instam that he discovered he was at liberty, he made a plunge at Mr. Morgan and cauriil him with one of his horns in th ririt arm, and tossed him some distance. He then became rjui'e furious, and male several attempts lo gore Mr. M. while iymg on the ground, and succeeded in breaking ix of his ribs, and otherwise severely injuring him, and v.-ould have soon killed him had he not been nssisted bv a young man ah.-uit eighteen tars old, named farmer, who went into th yard, atid after lighting t!i animal sme time, suc ceeded in getting hold of ihe ring hi his uo-e, and held him until h was secured and luken back to Hie stable. We are informed that Mr. Morgan is iuiprovin" slowly, ami lli't lhore is a pocs bility of his recovery. Elyrin ( Ohio) Eagle. Twextt o.k Counterfeit Bank Note Plates and a Five Dollar Coin Die Foukd Last week Mr. Davis C Davi.N a resiJent of Palmyra, found secrewd amot'g some rnck.s in the northern portion of the township, iweniy-one counterfeit bank. Tiote plates, and a counterfeit die fC the manufacture of bogus five dollar gold pieces. The plates were used and hidden by Daniel Price and his confeder ates, nnd go very far to show ihe cMen sive operations of the gang- The plates wero taken to Cleveland to the United States authorities, we under stand. Portage Democrat. Blackwood's Magazine for April This sterling old periodical "still holds ihe even tenor of i:s way'" always in teresting, never du!l. Jiot a number of its long series is ever taken in hand and throw aside for want of sullicient interest t.) detain the reader a rare merit, cer tainly, in a periodical, and o'to we are quite sure can be claimed for Eluckieood alone. Tlio present rium'ier contains a eontin nation of "A Cruise in Japanese Waters." which in'.-raod in i'it-rest. "The Lulc of Ladyismede, Part 11." which promise; In be one of thrse charming tals or nov elette': for which Blackwood is o famous. "A Winter Journey," livelv and sportive "The Turls in Kulafat. Part II., " Chris- I a idly in India," an able rvviewof Ktye late work umter that title, bsm a history of the intioduetion and progress of Chris tianity in lnia, from the sixth century down to the presen" time, with sketches of ilia early missionaries, and of the English Bishops Middleton, Ileber, and Wilson, &C. Published bv Leonard S;.-ott & Co , "4 Gold St reel. N; Y., at $'i a veur, who also publish the four leadii g British Re views al S3 Blackwood and the fjur R-.' views, li). Authorship of the Atlantic Articles The authorship of the principal arti cles in the May number of the Atlantic Jilottt'Jv is as follows; "The Gymna sium," Dr. David W. Cheiver ; "In the Pit.es." W. S . F. M;rs: "The Last B'rd." Mrs. J'llia Ward Howe ; "The U'h Expedition." (continued.) Albert G. Brown ; "Bulls and Bears." (con tinued.) F. H. Und-rwood ; "A Trip to Cuba," Mrs. Julia Ward Howe : "In s-nption for an Alms Uat made ot Cimphor Wood." Dr. T. W. Parsons; The Walker of the Snow," Mr. Stanley, a Canadian ouiser. Ihe Literary lv! views are written by Messr. U!irk, Fitz James O Brim. Holmes. TUomas Hill, Slillman, Whipple, Lowell, and Norton Pa LrDAL Miasm The Chemists have long been laboring to detect this subtile poison, and determine what it is. Doct. Ayer, of Lowell. has at length sucpedt d. He finus it to be an etl:eri.l exhalation of vegetable decay, which is evolved only in the presence and by the! as-is-tance of waiter. Its abso'ption through the luncrs into the blood is the sule caue of the billiary derangement which r s-j't in the Intermittent levers, so afflicting and to prevalent in our climate. An antidote fur this insidious venom, is one of the great desitera'a' in medicine, and the Doctor feels sure that he has found one wLich not only neutral zs but ex pels it completely from the system. It is put up iu a convenient forrc, called a i r.. I .i..nf. .. 3 . .. r ,- , . than other remedies fcr this comnlaint: which last fact is by no means an uniro 1 poriant one, in lliese tiipes.- Democrat, Wocdiioci, III The Port Clinton Democrat says Mrs. Peter Perry, whose husband was drown ed, as wo noticed, last week, has since died from thft effect of the loss of ber husband. Fiom the monspnt she re ceived the intelligence of his loss, up to the hour of her deV.b, a few dtys ato, she never exhibi'ed siijns of sanity, be ing perfectly wild and delirious. Ft ur small children are thus left orplians in the wide, cold world, having been ren-i j 1 r. ii 1. ..j ii, ...).. :ii,a! H.'rsil fallirrleesi sind motKeili-ge in tLs tltreu idiueriea auu aoiaeiu.as iu tutt pace Of tn daj. 1 my Inn . fu A "Mournful" Evest. Yesterday. as V were parsing along Summit Street we noticed that the Shoe store not far from the corner of Jefferson Street, oc- cupied by an Irishman named H-nry Morris, was closed, and that crape was attached to the door knob. Many of his countrymen who knew Lim made rZiTJ ' r r' V WhHt, be, reavemenl had befallen the merchant, hnf ,: r.,:,. u j but received no satisfaction beyond a vague rumor that a brother of bis had died. Morris was not to be seen. Tt dau. Imw.r strong f. rloln the crape was still waving from the Shoemaker's door and no signs of life were visible about the establishment. Suspicion was perhaps started by the noticeable fact that a very small portion of crape was allowed for his brotherly mourning demonstration, coupled with the report that certain friends of his were "severally bound"' by certain in struments of writing, much to their pe cuniary disadvantage in case of any "accident" and an examination of the premises was resolved on. 'Twas said 'twas done, and lo!" a beggarly account of empty boxes, and a stock of boots and shoes non etf proved to be the only remains for which the crape did duty. .The enterprising mer chant and his goods were gone! Wiieth -er his creditors will each attach a piece of that "weed" by which to remember iheir bereaved friend, or not, we won't pretend lo say, but we do think that this mourning dodge will pass muster among the sharpest tilcks of the day. Toledo Blade Snow from Eighteen Inches to two Feet Deep. A seiitlen'ian who ief II unesville on Sunday i v ninjr i.,fiui. us mat a sevore snow storm set in al iru: placfi on S tturd ly morning. 2:W u!t, and contii.ued without ahateir.enl until a lale h ur into the succeeding ni lit, and that n .withstanding tiie comparat:vely mi'd slate of weather and the rapidity with which the snow melted, it attained the d p.h cf from one and a half lo two feet The trains oil the Susquehanna an. I Western division ,f the New York and Erio Ilsilroad encountered formidable snow drifts on Saturday night, and were cmsid Tably detained thereby. X. Y. Express. Large ArrivalcstheUnderorocsd Railroad. We learn upon reliable au thoiit y that seventy fugativt slaves arrived in Carady by one train, from the interior of Tennessee. This is probably the largest number that ever escaped in one company. But a week before a compa ny of twelve arrived and are now at the depot near Maiden. Nearly the same lime one of seven and another of five safely lanJed on the free soil of Canada, making ninety four in all, worth at the presKit market piice the bandenme sum of 594.000! The underground Railroad was never before doing so flourishing a busiuess. At the rate these ungrateful fellows are stealing themselves, the mar ket must be seriously affected, unless kept supplied direct from Africa. Recruiting Stopped In pursuance of orders from the War Department, Ihe recruiting service throughout the United Slates was discontinued on the SOih uhi mo. The ranks of the array are now full for the first time in twenty years, but there is a considerable surplus of recruits from which lo fill luture vacancies. The usual prosperity of ihe recruiting busi ness may be attributed partly to the de pressing effect of the financial revulsion. but mainly to the increase of the soldier piy, about four years ago, up to Ihe de cently remunerative standare of eleven dollars for cavalry service. Wintering Bees. The Paincsvillr Aleert'uer states thtt an experiment in wintering B-es, somewhat new prob.iblv, was tried the pist winter by Dr. Stock Ion, af that villagr: In December hist, ho took tvo swarms, and buried them, (in th Itiv.vt,) two feet under the ground leaving no a:r holes, to one of ihe swarms ho allowed honey sufficient for tlu-ir nourishment, and to the other swarm none. Oi takioj tlv hives up a week or so an, he found l.ti swarms alive, nnd also found the hon?y unmolested. B th swarms are now at work apparency in a u'wi condition, ai'd as active as the bif-s wintered in the usual way. New Commissi wf.h of Paiexts. The N. Y. Tribune U.U8 announces the sp roi:tm-n': The H . WiKi.iui D Bishop, rrp-e-senied Ihe F:urth District of Connecticut i l the House of Representatives until his constituents replaced him with a belter man and a sounder patriot, in the person cf Oiris S. Ferry has been appointed Ooitmir CJoitimisiiorif r of Pjw nts hy the Prcs-Heir, ais claims Lein consi'eie I stronger than Hiiy oilier l!::riin ,:l)rn"CT8t. New York. May 4 Tiie ilmtriLMn Pitir W.i.;i.'i v.. ..y l IfU Kr Liverpool, Willi JU DtlS-I -engers and SCG.0UU in specie; .n! Ariel ' for aoQihttrapton and Hvre, tu1i 2 1 3 - I 0 . r, , paweners. including Senator fcsward. ! and 8380.000 in FfKcie A New- Cn.vr.T J ni'es C. Vt-.-.n vrritrs toihft iKtroit Free Press fio n Ann ' ArW, With date Of April 20t'l .hat h-j discovered a rcw cvnitit 01 the ee!.inw!nd i-, t . , J... .-.t n v i , l . -r v ' y j j- U ,isr o.iii IMIKIV IV J X I i'ltlie c-mMellatiun Ivnx A Westebx Paper We hive ro- !:ivel the fust mini her of lne. Dalles Journal a new piper jus: stared, pub. iixlied at 'JJilli's City, Oregon, by A. J Price, Esq., forftRrly cf :hi.s plat:c. I ! I I I ! 1 ; i I l'aual Advertisemrnts must be paid for when handed in. O 'W EET POT ATOE PL AXfs.Lon? iJ aeelinuted in this plaee. f;r sale iv the snscri. ber. Time of setting, fomst"ti nf Uv f, H'tn or June, llENJAMIN SIEVEXS. Warren, May 11. ly-Jw. 1HUMA, rA'HIoN'BLE lAILR. JlVe No U M.siit Stskt. Witsa.O. Partiealar attention (-aid to Cutting, warranted to fit. if properly niaUe op. done exclusively. I all articles Cnstom Work !iy '59-601 "AY KIG0 I'OH A HORSED DAVID HILL will be kept at the! st ible of William Williams in Wanstw. no Tries-! day. VI edncsdays avd Thursdays of eacli week, from Mr.y 1st to the lth of July. B-ilanre of the lime at siaMe in Bioomfield. Pre Pi.fTrit J AVI Ed M. UlCKeRMAI. May 11, 394iw. Proprietor. D URIIAM PULLS. The subscriber has one doxen superior 1nrtini Bulls of Hub backs, get, one and taw years oM lir sale. SFTH A. HL'SnXELL. nartfird, Trumball Ce.. May II, 'iO-4 . Ii. A. WOOD. Dmlcr in H ITS & CAPS, SO. II MARKET ST., WARREN, O. RESPECTFULLY announces .tn the public that he has rereived a lurr and well se lected stosk of llsia and Cars for the !!r.':i trade. consisting of the laust style, and would invite those wishing to huy roods in my line to Five me a call, be- leving i can full yoa in style, price and q ialily. r S. Kepairlng done on siiort notice. May II. Ici9. K. A. WOOD. 'PIIE PILLAR OF FIRE, or Israel a. In Bondsce. v-clne an aeennnt of the wood, rful scenes in the lib of the f on of Phrah's tinnWiter. (Mm') from his youth to the ascent of Sinai, eompris- . " as bv an eve witness. Ins Miraeies bef we I'htroah. Pas.aee of the Re-I tj:a, and reception of the law on Maunt Sinai. iiJ,' d:",,i.B"'' "' f"r ''''. !Ti" dlscrlpilon f this book: SS copies Just received, iriew lS. Way II. Jr. j ' j i l ' ' . . . I t ' I ' Tt ' be by of : TEST OPENED I Jcst opened ti callasdseki call and sxe ti m D0Z HB AND CAP?, " iuu uoz. uats andcaf3 sudoz.palm lkaf ruTSt au do, palm lkaf iiat3 " aVcVitownu Wi.1 bo ,o.d Uha.ru,...;.. price., nndn. SUMMER CLOTniNG will be .oltl at 55 PBR CENT u,an an, other e.u.ii.a.ent m the coantf, at F. P. REED fr CO.'S So. 8 Market street. May II. WARKES. OHIO. WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!! wanted at in j Kinsman Steam Woolen Factory. HHE subscribers would invite the at- i- t-mion or Farmer snd Wool-Growers to their establishment in Kiosuian. wh-re w shall endeavor to be ou hand to meet the rants at all that may faror as with their nutronagi. With oar present arranue ment, w think we can supply the former with Cloths. Flannels, ate., in exchange fr Wool, on as fair terms as he can procure them elsewhrre. We wish it partic ularly understood lb u we now hare Cloths and flan nels on hand that we wish to disnose or. on such terms as will he for your interest in eirinK U4 a call. We have also on hand a ff.wd supply of Stocking Tars of various kinds, most white and colored. Par tiealar attection wi.l he given to Custom Work. Also, Roll Carding and Cloth Dressing done as nsnil. FirTS fc FAHK4ND Ktnsmsn, O., May II. IS',9 3m. THE LA E G E S T STOCK OF SNIIXG iVSD SU3IMER Lf HISiCE Evrr Cronslit toTrambulI Coantj, 13 NOW OPENED AT THE .NEW STAND OF J. GOLDSTEIN'S CLOTH113D HALL, 5IAKKET STREtT. Next door toiloCombs & Suiiths corner. A great variety of Cloth Frock Coats, from S4 to 25 and 30 Be air iful D.rk S itt ; consisting of Cots, Pan's and Vests, at $5 Light "Wot.1 Spring Buiness Coats, in all styles and vaiieiies. Italian Cloth, Drpd'ete and Alpaca Coals. Spanish, Blouse and Grass Linen Coats. Splendid assortment of Marseilles Vests in all colors. All kitds of Panis; Light Summer Pan's at 60c Lined Summer Pants, 75c and upwards. A 'arge variety of Vests, in all grades, as low as 50c. Hats, Caps and a general assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Also, a splendid assortment of Cloths. Cassimeres and Vestiogs for Custom Work. SIT Custom Work .made to order ox SHORT NOTICE. May 11. 59-tf. Woods Pew, WARREN, OHIO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PKALERS IX DRC03. MEKIlISkSPalNTS. OILS. DTK-WOO l3. IYK SXLfKS. CIIBM1CAI.3. PBHFITMKRV. AND EVfcRYTIIl.NG TsUAI.LY K KIT IS A KULU ESTABLISHMENr. A1 RE now receiving direct from the Eastern Cities and from the Mannfactories. the most extensive and best assorted stock of the kind ever hrought to this market, and will sell at prices which cannot fail to suit purchasers. Our assortment of FAMILY MEDICIXE9 in com. plote. emnraeinx everr rarietv of ?7rui. II lirr rills. Alteratives. c. e., oel in the treatment of alloisea'esofaiankin'l. Phvsieians can n.l in oar stork every article njietl in their practice. Terms lair, qnalitv reltaMe, ami warrar.tefl as represented. To Merchants anl Dealers in ceiicrnl, we will sell at prices wbfch most suit, the followtnr articles. f Castile Sap. Win-iow (llass and Ulsss Ware kinds. Pure ah. Carh. S.el. Cream Tartar. Ci wmcn we nave a large sircc: taren. cnemical anl of .ii1 lahria I Tallow Z li ,n i P u n . ... ... . ,, "V. : l?r7v ,,,"?l '" ""!Hna s German Bitter s. Herbolsherman s Stomach Hitlers, and manv other Tonics. Hair Restoratives and Dyes, ahich time an.i since will no: permit us to mention. tit Oils and Varnishes. r.iir wloek is enirn!l em. hncinit SU bbls. Tanners. IU H inter BI-a-ht-,1 TVhsle. in Lird; also Cstur Sweet and all th- e4etHi.i Oi Is- UKTsll KS. The tarrest stock ever brou.l.l w town of '.Vhiie Wn.h. faint, Art'tti. Scrnh snd !li e Binsk en. which will ne sold at wholesale on Ctvorailetr,its. Pui e W inrs anil Liquors for medicinal purposes, at most anv prices n to 8-i per rilnn. Piniel m-rr's l ore Rv? an 1 H hrat Whiskey, for sale in lare or small quantities. hT " pryatdTat o beiuton in atnf that we htve tTio best -electel stck f Pairtssnd Colors, 1 ever hrarht to this market. and we in- v'te all persons wishing to t-nrchie thee articles to c,!l and esmir.e onr stock and prices: and Paints anit Linseed Oil Kein; held at excUs,9el9 ck rates, the far stock embraces Ihe foirowinrbrinds: rahnes- t(v.k., Porei Sew York ax. Xationsl. Clev-!a id. Pa: ciAe. Penn. and Lehieh S:.ow l! White Zinc (the best in : dec. Arc. excellent Teas for retail t low rates. Also, ?i-ice. fnrtrical Inst m-r.-.s. Tooih Bruges. iu.r nstrnrseats. Hental Tnslro- Rruhes. Arnolds and Kiriland's Inks. fnuT and Fine Cut Chewing Tohac- ce. Trasses. S.tpporters, dzo , dee. Slore herralier, mids & rrv. gTATE OF OmCh Trurn; nil County Tll,foow!rKcoLB,of AlminMra'tors.rr.cotor Fr mentors 'luardiaas hariux been filed in this office, it is rdered tnat they l.e alrrtisei jtreeaT to law. acd that thev remain on file lr insjeetiOQ aod exceptions antil tliel dav of Jane next, when thejr will exam ined hy the Cr-art and ordered to record if no excep 4 tions appear thereto, to wit: Calvin Pease, deceased, first settlement of Trustees. John Conkiin nal Administrator I I jL Browtl Jnhn ftewart X"ce Coacs Aaron I'riite Leor.std Klink Invid Beires Hry Leslie M C. Bradlry Eliakiam Hall Ji.hn L La'iieraan Rufuo Meachaut partial Xx colors. Aus in Fettit John C oL .- Baal Eleanor Loomis Ptter Citrlton Iliehel Chancers Kiihu Johnston, Minor Guardian. J.din A. Mott Mary A. Slerherre- et. al Jnlial. M,l;er et. al. Samuel I. Caldwell. Jlinor partial " Geo. M t ushmau et al. jlari. - aret Kaney " Alanson Tavlnretal. John II Kynett et al. " Betiy iteedw.'unatie Attest. Warren. May 1 1. '59-3 OBO. f. BR0WX. Prolate Jodire. I TRUMBULL COUXTY. COt'I&T OF C0MM0X PLEAS. Juhn R. Wornlf . Admr rfe h. n. of tVarrn Uati. cc'& , MaiLtiff T. K-er. John Per. Mirtha Cini. Arnojr . Krep. Abifcail Ke-p, horrt Yon if atd SUrah hi wife. H II Wooi- worth M'l .Vinerra J. ma wiTr. WiHUm Gofat and R?herca Ann I liia wife, Jni.- MrLinnti4 Wrjr his wif. IAfl Thonpi n and Ecnuiss. Betsey bis wile, Dtltu .ants. The defendant above nacei nrm hereby summoned answer a pttitia of John K. WocHi. AilmiQimrator hvnts of Warren Heaon, ilw-ceawtl, in wfairh ntitUm aid plaintiff claim the tram of 8GC4,-iG witJi iiiterest front vth October, lir. as dne apon a taad contract made by th Executors of WarrQ H-jk with Jacob and Charles Keep r'!ruarj HKh. for for the sale to said Jacob atd Charles of let niueie-n (If) in th Villice Plat of Niles in said Cucntj. The 1m In tiff claims the sam so lae to be a ventlois lien on the premises, and a?ks a decree that unless ths amoant viJ.the land ie s IJ t s itify the debt- i? ti'l a-feulant are not: fit-J t annwer sairl petition the seend day of July, I'-Z'-K or d-cree will he t ken oa default. COX RATLI fP. Mty II. l-i'XW; Atty s for Pl'IT. ANN IXG S BRACES For the cure I ef Female r:ease, iti., l.t sale by Dr. Pain, Youn 'town. Ol.io. T1. vZinrm VeselaMe Medirlnes are nnNilinr In ths cure of Typhjid fever, Prirtti X).esrt. e. o 1 PAIXB- Tws,t(owa, Hy , lW-y. - (fen H I fcvs) 4 ! i i ; 1 I ' i ' -M- on a to rials on hand CIIERIFF-S SALE. kj Willi. m Ilicgins vs rhomas M. '.t'o'.f. et. al In Court or Gomroon Fles al Trumball County. j By virtue of an order of sale. Issued out of the Court of Common I'leaa of Trumbull County. Ohio, to me ui reeled and delivered. I have levied upon and shall offer at Paitlic Sale, at the door of the Court llouao in Warren. Truiabul! County, nn Saturday, the 11th day or Jane, 1839, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., an t o'clock P. M..of said day. Jeremiah B. Woli's undivided half of the following drscril.ed Real Estate situate In Hub hard Township. Trumbull County, and is known as being part of let and is hounded as follows: beginning at a post standing on the east side of said 1,1 -- rann-ig south along the road leading from the Centre o( Uubnard to UrookHeld. to the south-east corner oi tot an. a.,: thne west to the south west corner of sod lot SS to a pen; iheneo north on the west line ot m l lot ;j to a post, ai d from thence ea-t parallel to uio soum line or said lot SS to a post, or the place of beginning, containing Sftv acres of mud. Also, another trnet of land in llui.hard, known as pan oi mi .-.o. w. nescrioeu and boundrd eg follows : Beginning at a post standing in the north-west er-er of a lot of laud belonging to John llavwood: th-ne running along the -oad leading from the Centre of! Huhkard to Hrookfield. to a post standing on the line of said ro.d so far north as that a lino running weot at runt angles o said road until it strikes the west line of lot No. -3. and i hence on line to the north. wrt corner of raid John !laiywo. Ual shall in clude within saifl linet xit acres of I vU : B.h, piccea coutininit one hand red aotk ten acr of brnd. The ui. nndiTided half it appraitwd at Twenlj-to Hundred Dollars. Tea Cash. A. B. LYVAX. Sberiir. SherilTf Ofllce. Warren. 31 ay 11. l-aitt-Sw. UIIERIFF'3 SALE. O Jitnei Lace In Cunrt or Cnnraon Plea of - ? TrxunboU County. 17aJson A Ha I son,' Rv irtaof aa Exeeation leaned ont of the Coart of Common Plea of Trnmlmll t'oar.ty. Oh it, to me di rected and delivered. I btrm levied fon and ahall o:Tr at CiMic at the door of the Court iioo in in Weirreu. Trnm ball Coai;ty. on Saturday tLe lltb day of Jim9 1839, hetveen the hoars of 10 o'clock A. M . and 4 o'clock P. M. of a id ay the undivided one-tixtft interest of A arm K. lii.dnn in the following d-scrtHe-I Keal Ka tate. sitnate in Neatnn Tuvnvhtp, Tram -a 11- Cootity, and i iMiaoed eat iy lands of fccott Kice and . Stanley; onth l.y lands of Hiram Allen and V. Me tVwen; wen hy Ai.ram Allan's land, and north hy the Canal snd .Mhtntr kiTer, (woe C.ra recently owned hy Jhn Hudson containing 1J4 acres. The undivided oi.e xih iutTest of ft.e said TTa!.nn sppraisfdat oix liundredand Fifty Tllars. Tbrws Ch A. B. LYMAN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren, May U, l-5U-w S 1 'HERIFFS SALE uhn fhoalT 4c wife In Ctartof Cnmmon Pleas TS. J Mary AlMiht. et al. sJudb pnoaa oc wne of Trumbull County. Py virtue of an order of sale ?snd frrw the Conrt of Common Pleas of Trumbull County. Ohio, to me direetrd. I (hll oflrt Pul-Iie Auction at thi door of the Court lloase in Warren, in said County, on atan!ajr, the 1 1th day of June, 1850, between the hou-n of 10 o'clock A: M. and 4 ?. M.. ths follow ini? deeriled premisfs, sitnae in the Township pf Uuht ard, Trutnlall County, and U part of lot No. Si. and is houn.Wd as follows: Beeinntnicat the north west corner of said lot, and runnia thence southerly along the weft line of said lot fifteen rl to a corner; thence easterly fifteen rods to a career; thence toith eriy fifteen rod to the north lino of said lot thence westerly on said north line ti'toeu rods to the place of heian:tis, and contains one acr aad six:y-flT r0tU of land. Appraised at ftAW. Tna Cash. A. B LYM, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Wirrop. May 11, 159 -w. SHERIFF'S SALE. Thomas J AlcLain I Joseph Lewis s- vs: Mesienger Jk Quinhy. Messenger Warren. Br virtue of two Rxecntior ismed ent of the Court of Common Pleaa of Tnabnll County Ohio, to me di rected and delivered. 1 have levied apon and shall oiw at pah he sale, at the tioor of the Ciirt jouso in Warren, on Saturday, the 11th day of Jane, 1859, between t.e hours of Iu o'clock A. M., and 4 o'ctoek P. M., the Shop now owned and occupied b, Chre MV s--tier U'lh-r with all his iaf-rett in the lot on which sud shop at:tnla. The lot is lot fee deep, 64 wide. sUuited on Qitnhy Hill in Warren, and is hounded uorth and went hy lands of amuei Quinhy, east lr itret. and south by Buckeye Street. Said shop and interest iu said lot upraised at $m3,Ij0. Tst)i Cash. A.W. LYM AN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Warren, My II, IK.vj.iw. CHERIFFS SALE. K 3 Pursuant to the eotrrtand of an order of saTe Is sned from the Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull Counts, at the suit of Administrator of Peth tirerg acainst ll-tnnah Ore?g et- al.. to me directed. I snail nnr at Pnhlic Auction at the door of ths ttonrt liouss i.i Warren, in said county, on Saturday the 11th day of Jane, 1&59, between the hours of 10 o'clock. A. M.. and 4 o'clock P. M-.of snid dT, the following demribed Real K state iiua:o in the Township of Warren, and unded ?n the south sid: by the arkman road so called; on (he wet hy lands owned ty Ju&vph Wilaon: on the north hy the town line between Champion and Warren, ai d on the east y lands of Giles O. tinswold.and supposed to contain aout acres of land Appraised at Slti per acre. TSM-Cah. A B LV MAN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren, Msy 11. IWo SHERIFF'S SALE. Thomas J. McLain f Jostph Lrwis rs. I TS- Mswnger it Quinhj. Messenger A Warrrn. T-y virme of two Executions issorfl out ot th C.art of t'oa.mon Flrssof rrambnil Counts in the altivo rnti 1M caase. I hne levied Uan anil sh:ill aflrr at pu'-lic auction at the shop now owncl an ocrnried bs Charles McsseoKer. on Quinhs Uilt in Warren, on TntMl.iy, the 21th dajr of May, 1959, '.etwrrn tlie h-ars of 2 an! 4 P. X , the f..iiowior Prr- ' r 0rty : I Steam biifme. (six horse power:) Cjrlin.ler Boiler, Is feet lonir: Also, I Inniet s Fla- nint Machine. The propert can he seen st the shop r Jfr. Slesen cer at toy Ulae previous to the sale. Trans Cah. A B LVM t.N. sn-rilT. Sheriff's 03ice. Warren, May II. Ic.W-ew. wax. isvuM. n. inoiaas. IDWARDS & IDDIXGS. Vho'-s,le Grocers and Coromision Merchants, dealers in Sugar. Tea. Colfee, Oils. TMrnl. Wines, Liquors, SJ-'ars. Tea... Colfee, Oils. To..cc-.s. Winw. I.ic,iirs, tiysrs. r!t riu. ace . at ns. Nj Mater, and h and 4 L'mon Sireea. Clsvl.sd. O. my 4-3m. - . ' T"R T G IIORTO Frleptii- Phv I J iivfti v.i eclectic 1 r.y sici: Jin. on and Ohftetririan. Bi-tnl.Trurr- h.ill Co.. Ohio. Charges reasonable. rporn to the eo iirarv n"twiti.-faning. M.irrh -.'3. j-tf 1S3D. 1S59. IViKLFMI AXSU.1L S1LE. THE OLDEST BOOT AND .SHOE bTORE IX THE COUNTY! 6TABLI3UKD IS 1H7. 'PHE subscriber is now rereivin? Lis JL 8prii. stock of Bootsand Shoes, which is ada; t e,l to ffcis market, and is lull and complete. I would also rclurn et thanks to the iuMie for the liberal trorAiae a hi, h 1 bare received :rou VIA TrunhollanJ the atijuiuiiic counties, for the lat twelve year, and aopi'.jc bv strict attention to hasmess, that thty will cuuttune their patronage. I am aao manutaet-iring extensively, nse ths best ftvc the country affords, keep te best workmen, mike tiie hest fit-, do the work on the shortest notice, sbd in short drfy competition. C-me on. oca and all, and examine my stuck before parcbajinjc el.ie erw- Let me know yon hasw tha cash, and you I po aay witnout j-oxchatmr. t ours in naste. jamas au.viLLb. Arri '. ; ;. 10 sill W HO 21 II ElilJ lOUCCrii; II perons having in their pose any Books lielonjrins; to the Township I e-sion J. any Books lielonrine to the Township Lil.rary of Warren Township, are requested to return the same soon. Hereafter, books will onlv be riren ontsnd be retnrrale oa daturiav afternoons or eTeiiings. by order of the Board of iteucation. April 47, li-i!. J. HITLER. Cl-r.. PLANTS FOR SALE. A FTFR THE JOih OF MAY. I X V have on hand and for sale at my stand on Mar ket .. a One asnnent of SWKKT P ITATO AND lOMtT.) PLANTS. Those wanting will please seud in orders one week in advance. April ill. 3-3w. M. McVAXrS. NEW 35 ILL1MEIIY STOIIE. MRS. M. A. KING would respectfully invite the Ladies of Warren and vicinity, to call her new Millin-rv Score on Main lLreet. second door north of Uie fust Oih-.-e. where tbey will and the latest soles ef HONNKTS. HATS, and . general assortment CllOICK MILll.NICKV UOJUS. whica will be sold prices to suit the timea. Uleacliilia' and Trimminr done on short notice. Uarren, March th. lri"J-tf DENTISTRY. DK. A.K.LVMAV, SURGEON DENTIST. Operator in II form of Scirotifle, Melici iai tot- clinxiieal Denliitrf. Nevtn Faib. Ohio. OrtU f.Pi:CIAL EXMI.ATUN OF SCHOOL TEACHERS. rPHEKE will be Special Exmirmiions of School Teachers, at Rmpire Hull, in Warrro. Fridsys. April Island l.tth, MT I3tb. June H.ta. e5i. It is rxi-ected that all Teachers who have not bereufnre attended, and exi-ct to teach samsser schools, will attend some ne of these Kxaminaticus. WUUTLK5KT ADA),-! Cl-rk of Hoard ol llxamiaera. Warrer, March 16lh, II-30-3W. VEW STYLES of Black just ree d JLs Milliners supplied, at JIRS. C. w. 5IES?K . March 30th, !). No. 7 Van Oorder's Bloek . TT X KS 0 WNQUA X T I T I ES o f vJ llorrie Brushes nie with crooked handfse tm Cards. Cnrry-the-mane coms.nd .ami er bUi.keiir.f fortiicsam noble animal , a; P ATt-'ll A PT)YCK VsAKKG.X CITY P LA NIN GMIL L ! DOOR, BLIXD & SASH FACTORY. TIIE firm of E. Spear & Son hTe this day associated with them Mr. LrTact D. C iil. man of well known business abilities, hopine taerely facilitate their promptness tn meetina all business demands. The business will hereafter be conducted ander the Bra or EDWARD SPS Ut te. CO. The new firm now hone by strict attention to tons! ness, and the unexceptional quality of their work, to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended to . I pear 4 Son. They will endeavor te keeon hand all articles in their line, of the best mate and of superior workmanship. Planinr and Sawing of all kinds done to orderand short notice. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flonrln. Lath and Shinrleaoa KUWAKD PKA st CO. Warren. May 96, ISiB Jase l. riUP LASHES b7 An dot. or in- THIP its at about M per eent. lower thn ever sold rtius ss wsi va. at I I I ! ' ' ' E I i Something Yew in dpj gcc:dss ' in PP-CsDTTCG, TIIF. SUBSCRIBERS haying assoc.. ted together la the fneral DRY GOODS, GROCERY AND PRODUCE BUSINESS, Under the Arst of ANDREWS & WEEKS, would auroonee to their FRIFUDS thraaght this and) sdjoiniug COCST1K9. tkat Ihey new an la receist ' their . , SPRING STOCK! We possen ALL TTUr fACILITIIS THAI CAH BR HAD I.N Til TKAber any .e4l,lf Iji! l'OKi'KR and the primcipml and east Jit-king Ummstm mtneKast Uurswtir as stock this spring U very larxe and nnusalj attractiT. ansenuaw a rarietw nnsurpassed lor BEAUTY OF STYLE AND , PERFECTION OF FABlUO, We sX.11 receive d,li-lons h IXfRE frojs iH to time, so , to fce ahlt lo .Her .v.ryih.naew TI their season. m Il will be oar design to keep ever; tains within taa rsa -e of FAMILY WANTS, of the more titflt tmi utrnl, as well as the Fa-cuI c-i Crsiial Fairies. We also keep ..I kimt. .1 aitOCEHIES. and would auu special ntstiM ol our "3? jfV 3, a choice article which we are selling for 50 CEXTS PES LE, Also, we have a very superior stock of Hoots and Shoes 9 At CM'kfCKCKSTKD LOW PJIICfS. It is unnecessary to five more ef a detail, and woal4 renuuk. that you will i& EVERYTHIXG YOU If AY WANT in nor sccck. and ft shall be war aim to twit vow im UUld and FsUL3. 600 TONSCF CHEESE .TINTED. ALSO, Baiter and all Kinds of Produce, for which the highest market price will be paid la Cash aud Goods. Tni PATRONS OP MK.WKKKS are aawared that th. new arrangement will not in the least interfere) with hie former MERCHANT TAILORING! hasiness. bat oa the eootrarv f rove a general ad van -tare, aa we shall keep oa hanii a larger n4 ssarw general tock than heretofore, and will hj a s peraot) al attention, spare no pains to etve entire salislactsoat ia puint of stle of cat and orkssaohif and woi4 call special atienttua to our new stock of CLOTHS AND CASSIUEKES, among which will he fonni anny tainrs now. vhfelk are not kept ia any other estAbiiahsaent la tk's so tioa. A. E. ANDREWS. JOHN L WEEKS. 10 Mai Let St., Warren, ukio. Warren. April i7, 19. F. lUEDvfcCO-, AT THE Boston Clothing House. HAVE just rereived a lrt And bent tiful t'ck of PKI5 AM iT7MMrm CUs. THING Also, a sop-ro stoe-x of H AT. C APS. wlnrh in Ajoarttits anl style canrot . sarpei V are atw o en.Be. (i-d tsr tmnttmwtlf kftmd) aplend.d lot of CLOTHS. Ca?IMHKb s4 VKsnNtirt for the en-turn trarfe direct frees th Boston maraet, to whU-h we call the attention of oar old cost nmers and the paMtc itenerally We have jost completed acw rraoremeata la war Cnstom iVfiartment. and are nw prepared to tarn oat on exhibition the 4et can f cmnoww warh ever before the people or TRUMkULL COL'WTT, nrl at much lower rates than any other booae. We ahaAJ pay tret attention to this branch of the tratle, and shall en teas or to keep constantly oa hand a fall and com plete asrrtment of first c lass goods, such as navp never tefore aen kept in town. Ali tiarments warranted to M. at V. P Rkal at CO.S. Bton Clo;hipg Uonse. Ha. Market t. Apri2. ) WARRteM.QHIQ. BEAUTIFUL LOT of Fine Brod. 1 Cloth Frocks, from ',0 to 9'j.m. at F P. RKKD CO 9. FINE LOT FANCY UAS6IMESQ V FROCK 3 and SACKS. msl an In t heat Sty leu at F. P. KfcKD A CO i. rriI0s5E BEAUTIFUL MIXED XflT$ i. at $-',10 are ail the rage, and senior fan at I. P.KKKUA CO'9. ENS' (iOOD BUSINESS PANTS! urn $!.& to 9'i ou, at r . r it so 4 co's. LARGE STOCK Mtns' Silk. Satin and Cassimere Vests.of superior styTe and mannfac ture. at r. P. KKKD A f. " LARGE LOT BOYS' CLOTHINQ. of s.ery stt la and irrade. at V. P. KEKD&CO'S. V1IITE AND FANCY SHIRTS-r Tf Patect Yoke, and warrantetl io flt.at F. P.KEED 4 CO'S. VUITE A FANCY MARSEILLE II E1IIUI3. good stJles.si I. P BESS CO'S. ILL KINDS GENT'S COLLARS A. and X EC K Tl E3. of the hest and latest s vles. at P. P KKED es CO'. FRENCH FDR II ATS, of every de seriplion. at F. P. KKED CO'S. CUPER. AVOOLHUNG. & PANA- O MA UT3. at P. 9. K8PtCO'S. SPRING STYLE SILK II ATS - - Cass. Hits. t I. P. KEKDscOY. ORPHY stytes af HATS St CAPS, latest p p. sunn civs. YOUTH'S HATS AND CAPS. a!J I styles at P. P. TtBBD es CO. OUBBER COATS, PANTS, OVER- I fc- 9 ad CAPS a food uvortnmk eontDt)y oa hanU. drfy competition bought dirvct rrwask the Manufacturers-, and toUi at the JowrM rate at r. r. acav k tu 9. EVERYTHING comprising Gent'f WarJrohe mo b fonnrl at F. P. REED & CO'S Batttm Ctttiinr lint; Vo. . Market ft. April SO. '5!-3ov. W RKKN.OIUO. The Warren Dry-Goods Store. PECK, ECRAVELI sV CO A1 RE now rerivino' tlieir stock of 2 V SPRING d SUUVKR GOODS, which, to rieb- neea, rariety ard atiractireitesm. is Ikr superior t any they bare ever before broagbt l this aoarket. Wf hare been leal by oar increaat n$ tnule. and tiie cheer io; prospect ef the :ood times coming to parcbas taryeiy. and have added t our selection a elaaaef richer itooletban have before been brooht to Wrrw, a cUm uf jrouda which the inere4inf wealtb aad ewl- tinted taste f the people irumwii voo reeirw. W e bare taken anusual pains in the seleetiee of war jcoohU. aod bare aimed not merely at bavin as Rootl a stock as can e found in Vt rrm. bot at bavins; the best ever rou?ht into Tntmbwll Coanty. end we feel warranted in yi th:U enr stock will compare At vorably in quaniiiy. oality and Tariety wiib lb HtMrks found in any etaJti.hment In Cleveland mr Pitu( ortrh. and we are detern.it.ed le name prices) tint will insure quick ailea. We respecuiiliy soiinit the peonle of Warren at vicinity, to cail and examine aex fotxU before poi chziux elsewhere. PECK. BrnWELt, CO. C ILKS ! SILKS ! I The Urgent slock KJ ever brought vs Warren, for sale by - fKCbl. fil KWEI.L CQ. CLOTHS. BLACK DOESKIN and Paner Cassimeres. Kentucky Jeans. Farmera and Mcchaaics Cassimeres. Cottenades. for sate) attlie WAUKKN Dd JOD3 SJORIt. CARPETS! A lin,'e assortment att reduced price, for sVe by PhCK. BntWBLL ft CO. UHAWLS! ! Picolomini. Stella, O Broehe. Silk. Cashmere and other vv'ti V-lT'-le. 1S HtOKl. W AttlitN 1KT CHX! ; ANTED ! RvH Butter, for -hie the hiehest m,-lret price will be waiiL eithef ia Cash or Meichaadise. by PiXK, BCftlTILt sa CO. Warren. Aprit". gjl. tt'HILE IT JVAS MORNING. f T T?n espies more of that chaste antf eleraa book, jnst ree'd at ADAJld' BOOslSTUUl.' Pennsylvania & Ohio Canal. VOTICE IS HERF.B-Y GIVEN, that i.1 a meeticenr the 4jcliholirs will be had at th. Canal office ia vren, on the Slst day of May next. II o'clock A. M- fjr th purpos lectinf Direc tors of said Company fu the en-tuiog year, tuiabta aJaaitt. rre s. Tarrea. April ST. CREAM TARTAR A SODA Purs Cream Tartar and n. Caib. Soda, for sal be the Barrel, Keg.ar tih.lc aeaka. by UUSTS) SB