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O.A.ADAMS. G,N.HAKM)OT) B DITOXI. VISILES, WEDNESDAY, TUJTE 29 KEPCBLICAK STATE TICKET. FOaV GOVERNOR. TOLLIAM DEXXISOX. of Frenkun CwiMy. FOE UCTTBSSf OOTKilNOR, ROBERT C. KIRK, of Knot County. FOB AUDITOR OF STATE. ROBERT TV, TA VLR. of lUluming County. tOC EECRXTART Of SI IT. ADDISOX P. RUSSELL, of Cliutoo Couitty JrOB TRRATRXR OP STATE. ALFRED P. STOKE, of Franklin County, rot ECTEEMr JTDCE. WILLIAM Y.GHOLSOX.of Hamilton Cooqty. FOB MtMBEB BOARD PrBLIC WORKS, JOHX B. GREPOEV. of Scioto County TOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, AXSOX Sif.? TH. of Lncas County. Bringing the Matter Home. "We karu from T. E. Webb, Esq., Post Master at this place, that notice Las been received from jtfie Post Office Department, thai after the 1st of July, the mail routes pw Warren to Kinsman, and from War. Ten to Salem, via. Lordstown, North Jack- con, &&, rill be discontinued : those from Warren to Jefferson, via. North Bloomficld; from Warren to Jefferson, via. Eazetta, Girensburgh, dro; and from Warren to FarmiggyMj, iriuch are now tri-wcekly, will fce changed to semi-weekly ; and the mail from Wriwp to Salem, via. Canfield, which U bow mail, will be a tri-wcekly. This lessening of mail facilities will prove a serious inconvenience to the citizens along (these routes, and at the terminus. Espe jrjally will .the citizens of the north and west part of the county, and of this town, foci he effect of reducing the mail service on he Salem route (via. Canfield) one-half, and .thus .depriving them entirely of a daily mail from the cast, via. Pittsburgh. All the matter from Pittsburgh, Philadel phia, Baltimore, and New York comes over this joste. To die post effico in this town comes all the mail matter destined for the western and northern portion of this county, andthe-eouthern portion of Ashtabula coun ty. For the last fprty years there has been a dajly Sundays excepted) may communi Oitiqn between this place and Pittsburgh, andtQojFT jvhen the population has quadru pled, and the business increased twenty-fold, Jhis.exoaedinglj economical Democratic Ad ministration cuts down tho mail facilities .onchtlf- If Ohio had been a Slave State, no such resnlt would have followed. The Postage paid by .the Free States of this Union is nKro;than four times as much as is paid by jthe -SlaTe States, The receipts from the TKft.offices ia (he Free States have always, jfrom:the first formation of the government, nwre than paid all the expenses of the mails in those States, while the receipts from the SUve States have never paid .expenses, but the surplus paid by the Free States has teqa required, in whole, or in part, to make ipp-the "efidesoy. I3. 185o, tthe statistics jpf tthe Post Office Department showed tha,t tha-WTOfitof th PostOffidpa in th. Frw ' ' ""1 5600,2S5 99. Although since the reduc tion of the postage on letters ,to the uniform irate ef three cents, (except to California,) &he profits on the Cost Offices of jthe Free States have been lessened, still the prcpor--tion between the Post Offices of the f ree and Slave States remain .nearly the same, or 'have only changed still more in favor of the Free States. It is well that the screws have been tight ened in a part of the political machinery twhere the- pressure will be felt at home, .right here, in our own county, and in the .private business of nearly every individual. RThen our ci(i!cns are waitijig or letters nd paper whici. are deyed.oiie, two, and 4hree days by these new arrangements, let jthem recollect that mail facilities in the .Free States, jrhcre rite postal arrangements MrTjporjt themselves, are cut off in order to furnish them in Slave States where they do ,not and that Trumbull County has its share jot the burden. .We presume that Mr. Buchanan, like one .cfrhis predecessors, will say "the Free States .cap Afford to be magnanimous." .States were S3.4SI.607 15, while the loss Post Offices in the Slave States was 1 -be The Wheat Crop. :From the statements of farmers from all , parts of this County, we are forced to con .dude there will not be as much .wheat har .Vfsted this year, as was sown last falL jt .is probable that no county in the state juts suffered more severely from the frost, Jthan this. X&Jh neighborhood of Toledo, and in j& the Maumee Valley, the damage is very flight, also in Franklin, Clinton, and Highland, and in the extreme southern part of the State, there is an abundant .crop; in Mahoning, Columbiana, Stark, (Portage, Summit, Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, jLickjng, .Franklin, Tuscarawas, Wayne, ftlarion, Knox, Morrow, Crawford and -Wyandotte, the injury is severe. The Cleveland Leader says: Whcst was considerably injured in Wcs . .asra Virginia, and also in Western PennsyL rinia. In Indiana and Central Illinois, the wheat crop is generally good, and Southern Illinois and Kentucky not only good, but harvested. The crop in Tennes ce, Georgia, to. a fojl average; and secured jn good order. Winter wheat but little injured in Michigan, and the large spring wheat fields of northern Illinois, Wiscon nn, Iowa and Minnesota give fair promise. Some complaint of damage to winter wheat In Western New York by frost bat not much in Canada. I of he The Wheat Crop. A Question of Veracity. Tke Toungrtown R'f of let reek;nnnu. tea toDgly, that our aeeountof the)-qrd sM Uowlaud 6pring'wM overdrawn. lC.p cool, Colon ei ; told th. troth, and .euld toll zeere. c. ivminn. Thomas I. Bono, t A IpTsnder. was drowned in the branch of the Nimishillen. Stark eonn-. Jt. on Monday evening- "8M?,nf":i M the water to bathe, and accidental got( in bTond his depth, and waa drowpedba- MaWA9cod! him. - tf He him The Harmonious Democracy. Our neighbor of the Democrat has been much exercised of late, on account of the nomination of Judge Cholson as candidate for Supreme Judge, by the Republicans of Ohio, and he has shod any quantity of croc- odile tears over Judge Swan, Following in the lead of the Cincinnati Enquirer, he was in favor of having Judge Whitman, the iJemocratic nominee, withdraw, and of the substitution of the came of Judge Swan, on the Democratic ticket, or of his running as independent candidate. Jt seems that Judge Whitman has no idea of being made a tool, and he writes to the Enquirer as follows: LANCASTER, O., June 16, 1859. To the Editor of the Enquirer: I have been very much astonished at the article in your issue of tin day, in which you ray, in substance, that I am willing and desire to withdraw from the State ticket as a candidate for Supreme Judge, and to "yield the track' to Judge Swan. You have been grossly imposed on if such views have been given yon as mine. J. have had no inten tion whatever of withdrawing from the tick et, and shall remain there as the Democratic candidate You will please publish this in your next jssue. lours, respectfully. H. C. WHITMAN. made a chattel mortgage of the whole con jit&e - H now avers that said officials, not This note the Enquirer suppressed for a week, or more, but was forced by the indig nant writer, to publish it at last In Cleveland, the publisher of the Bu chanan organ, Tlie National Democrat, has got into a fuss with the Post Master and other leading Administration men, and has Sued the Tost Master, the U. S. Marshall. and Collector of Customs. The Herald, says It was agreed that said three officials were to have absolute control of the editarial columns, and that said Democrat was to support Mr. Buchan an, without a why or a wherefore, and also support the nominee of the Charleston Con vention. ' Said officials also bound them selves to furnish two thousand weekly sub scribers, and from three to five hundred daily subscribers. As if Mr. Pinkerton was a little suspicious as to the kind of subscribers these officials might furnsh, it was agreed that said weekly subscribers should be of the pay-in-advanee kind and the daily subscribers "to be as good and reliable as the average subscribers to the present daily Cleveland newspapers. The plaintiff further asserts that other "flattering inducements were held out to him by these officials, to wit that"he should realize immense profits from the publication itself as the whole patronage of Qie govern ment should be exerted in behalf of the National Democrat Office, and the nature of that patronage was expressed by the de fendants to plaintiff to consist:" 1st In giving to the establishment the printing of the laws, and the advertisements appertaining to the i edcral Government 2d. The printing of blanks for the census of JSQO. 3d. The increase of subscribers to the National Democrat until the number should reach six thousand by means of the canvass ing of the United States Deputy Marshals while taking the census, and the exerions.of the employees in the Post Office." Mr. Pinkerton says that in view of these 'flattering prospects thus artfully placed before his mind" he undertook the job of printing the Democrat. As part of this arrangement Harrington. Johnson and Parks advanced 81,500 to said Pinkerton for the repayment of which, he, Pinkerton, having the fear of God before their eyes, ani instigated thereto by J as. Bu. we mean the Devil, have failed to fulfill their promises so made as aforesaid, and have turned him, the said Pinkerton, neck and heels, out of said office; all of which doings, he, the said Pinkerton, printer, as aforesaid, considers a hard case, in manner and form as aforesaid, that cannot he just i ed, and therefore he asks that said officials locled up in damages to the amount of five thousand dollars for so violating their agreement so made as aforesaid and because their conduct tends to a breach of the peace and is against the dignity of the State of Ohio, and may God have mercy on their souls. Whether the defendents will enter a plea of noli contendere and hand over the 85.000 or get the case removed to the Federal Court and fight it out we do not know. The Leader says: As if to emulate Ohio Democrats in this behalf, they of the Wolverine State have undertaken to get up a case equal, if not superior, in richness, to those of Toledo and Cleveland- The main features are similar to ours, but in some re spects wo must confess the Michigandcrs have the advantage. Disregarding the slight disguise employed by the Ohio spoils men, the Michigan folk 3 seem to have come at once to the gist of the matter by pledg ing all (he profits of Federal pap; whereas in Ohio, there was only a portion of the. spoils stipulated, and that in an indirect manner. It appears that the publisher of the! Grand Kaji Is Enquirer and Herald has a suit in the County Court with the Post Master, at that place, the particulars of which are thus stated by that paper: "The fact is this He (Yale) was ap pointed Postmaster of this city, with the understanding that the profits of the insti tution should be giren to the Enquirer and Herald. This we can prove by the Hon. Charles E. Stuart, late U. a Senator, whom our citizens may expect to see upon the witness stand at the next October term of the Kent Co. Circuit Court. Yet not withstanding this we have never received one cent of the Post office profits! On the contrary, the last quarter's account for advertising the List of Letters, was paid I firly an order to charge ths acenmt to 1 H. P. Tale! This last was violation I an act of Covqress which explicitly com- mand all payments to be made in gold and : silver. At various times and occasions, formely Mr. Yale stated that he would give up the Post Office, if we desired the same. Lat terly, .upon us making that request of him, evaded to comply; and at last point blank refused. Had we been in possession from the time of his first appointment to present date, we would easily have re alized the sum of two thousand dollars which amount we shall always consider ourselvs as wronged out of by Mr. Tale. Had he credited us, on account tor the prof its which should have accrued from the Post Office, ye would have been satisfied; he not only refused to do this, but held for tho payment of certain sums ad vanced by him to cany out his own de r'gns, most of it over two years sinoe.- says that there are no profits in the Post office! This may be so, if he is a man of veracity; yet it will be difficult for t convince the community that ths second office in the State is so unprofita ble." . Comment would ozly obscure the losson bj aboye shameful facta. n Lamb, who drowned his wife fi riw in Jmbc, IS-'T, , LouU on rriJay. at ic tv ,is has to go, on go Refreshing. "We hold that the people of a Territory, those of a Stale, shall decide for them an i eer slavery shall or shall not exist A wordy quarrell has been ia progress between the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Louisville Courier, both Democratic papers, and both of whose editors are officeholders appointed by President Buchanan. The Courier calls upon the Enquirer to define its position npen the question of slavery in ( the territories, whereupon that paper an- swers thus. vtiLiitu uictr iiiniia. To this the Courier replies as follows "The Editor of the Enquirer, in tlte above paragraph has made hi own plat- form and we autre him with all frankness, tua on tt cannot be earned a swale county in any Southern State. His position is in direct conflict with Drcd Scott decision and the Cincinnati platform, and we do not see how any one holding it can pretend to na tionality of sentiment. It is squatter sov ereignty in its most obnoxious form. Hold- in such sentiments, the Enquirer has the effrontery to intermeddle with Kentucky politics, and seek to dictate to Kentucky Democrats. Whereupon, the Enquirer rejoins "What the Courier is pleased to term the platform of the Lnquvrer is an extract from the letter of President Buchanan, in which he accepted the Democratic nomina tion for President in 13 j6. 0 0 We set the trap expressly for the Courier, knowing that it would be fool enough to mil into it" This is not the first time by a long odds. that the memory of Democratic editors have been too short Dr. Gamaliel Bailey. The sudden decease of his champion of the oppressed will be a cause of grief to the Friends of Freedom everywhere. through his slight constitution had been much impaired under his incessant applica tion to editorial duties in Washington City, he was not supposed to be dangerously ill when he left New York on the 23th of May, to seek renewed health in the Old World. He intended to visit the seat of war, and the readers of the National Era anticipated much from the able pen, drop ped, forever, in mid ocean. Dr. Bailey was born at Mount Holies, N. J. in 1S07, studied medicine in Phila delphia, and took his degree in 1623.- After serving as ship's physician on a trip to China, he commenced his career in jour nalism in Baltimore as the Editor of The Methodist Protestant Subsequently, in 1831, he removed to Cincinnati, where he was appointed physician to the Cholera hospital during the prevalence of that epidemic. In 183G he joined the late James G. Birney in the publication of The Philanthropist, a Liberty paper, at Cincin nati. His paper met the usual fate ot all Anti-Slavery journals in those times, his press and printing office being several times destroyed by mobs. Mr. Bimey withdrew from the paper in 1337, and was supported by the The Philanthropist for the Presi dency 1840. Mr. Bailey continued the publication of his paper till 1847, when it was merged in The National Era, an Anti-Slavery paper published at Washing ton by the American and Foreign Anti slavery Society, of which Dr. B. was cho sen Jditor. In 1848, he purchased the paper from the Society, and continued hs publication on his own account As an editor, though by no means violent, he was quite too plain-spoken to suit the meridian of Washington, and the mob decided to destroy his press. His office was besieged for two' or three days, but he was not driven from his post In 1 856, Dr. Bailey supported Fremont and has since acted with the Republican party. His paper has maintained alhigh literary character, and first gave Mrs. stowe s story of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" to the world. Dr. Bailey was a gentlemen of amiable disposition and of decided opinions, and was a writer of considerable vigor and ability. Dr. Bailey was a man of much refinement and culture, and drew around him persons of kindred tendencies. The hospitality of himself and his accomplished wife, formed one of the most ajrrceable attractions of Washington society, and his Saturday eve ning reunious were more attended by men of distinction in literary and political cir cles than even the ambitions receptions of the President and the Cabinet Dr. Bailey leaves a wife and five chil dren. Largs Clips. Some of the papers in this section are making statements of large chips of wooL To show them that Craw ford is the wool county, we would state that Judge Leith, west of Bucyrus sold his clip, 4,200 lbs., for 82,000. Kobert Carr, Dal las tp., sold bio, 12,000 lbs., for something over $5,000 James Kecr, about the same, and we might mention dozens upon dozens whose clip will amomnt to $1,000 and 81,500. And we excel not only in quan tity, but in quality. Our farmers have paid a great deal of attention to wool, and have the best varieties of sheep, and their wool commands the highest price. Bucy rus Journal. Ths Atlasio Monthly. The July number contains Thomas Paine 's Second Appearance in the Unied States; Of Books and the Beading thereof; After tho Ball; Bock, Fire, and Man; Percival; Zelma's Now; Shakespere; The Minister's Wooing; The Professor at the Breakfast Table ; Art ; Ecviews and Notices. The Professor's talk is as rich as ever which is saying enough: We advLe our friends who want some thing worth reading to subscribe for the Atlantic, Published by Philip Sampson & Co. 13 Water Street Boston, Mass. Price 25 eta per number. 1 Too sreen Lager, An individual de- sirous of testing how much lager he could hold, tried the experiment thi other day Evansville,.Ind.r d after getting down ! n,t, fi i,coo- ii?! TTia f-.fn ! i . , , r tw I friends, who during the summer months 1 ; r r e,-m;iarfif! : tv r. who can hold more than forty glasses. Toledo Times. Imi-orta!i to Yj&cso Mes Our New York correspondent informs us that he has IemVAsnV WilVOLAIUUVUV BA4n,VSA till) JJ UI sVAV known Dr. ISeLaney twhose advertisement in cur paper of this week.) for several years, and that his rcpreseotaiions may be relied on. He is an old jraotttiancr, who made this department of medicine a frpeciali and who has met with ths confi dence ail success he deserves. Xosth has gone to Italy, lie wiy doubtless be heard from, by and by, and Austria may yet feel his powert, Several hundred Hungarians have left this country follow their noble leader, The steamer Grape Shot, with a full ear- from Cincinnati, bound to Fort Smith, sunk on Saturday, whw near Van Buren, the Arkarsa8 river. The l-tf an! .-ear- art a .tctl )oia no by by r- the an the as -commissioned that Peae . j this I fi, ed in Pike's Peak. Horace Greeley. A. D. Richardson, aud 11 a w mm . T 1 M M 1 1.11 w A AH IIA . & xicurjr ,uiu,i,i! oinicu kiicts irom Gregory's Diggings, near Clear Creek, in the Rocky Mountains, with date of Junefith,) ia wnica uiey couunn many 01 1 ue glowing repuns 01 gum uiawvenea at iiie s reaK. At the same time they discourage precipi- tate emigration, which cannot fail to result as uisaairvusij, s lue ww: Bunupeue. i here is plenty of gold at the mines, but there is nothing to eat Supplies of every kind 1 il.1-i.l . m must be hauled by teams trom the Missouri river, some 700 miles distant over roads which arc mere trails, crossing countless unbriged water courses, always steep bank-1 ed and often miry, and at times so swollen by rains as to be utterly impassable wagons. Part of this distance is a desert, vieldin J grass, wood and water only at intervals of t i f several miles, and then very scantily. To attempt to cross this desert on foot is mad ness, suicide, murder. To cross it in mid summer, when the water courses are mainly dry and the grass eaten up, is possible only to those whojknow just where to look for grass and water, and where water must be carried along to preserve life. A few months hence probably by the middle of October this whole Alpine region will be snowed under and frozen up, so to put a stop to the working of sluices, if not mining altogether. There then, for at least 6ix months, will be neither employment food, nor shelter within five hundred miles for the thousands press ing hither under the deluson that cold may be picked up here like pebbles on the sea shore, and that when they arrive here, even though without provisions or money, their fortunes arc made, ureat disappointment great suffering are inevitable ; few can escape the latter, who arrive in Denver City after September without ample means to support them in a very dear country, at least through a long winter. Latest from the Seat of "War. The latest intelligence from the scat of war is that the Austrains have evacuated Placenza, Pavia, Lodi, Bologna and An- cona. the citadel and fortification at Placenza were first blown up. l nc acatn ot l nnce -Uctternich is an nounced. Austrains left provisions, amunition and cannon behind in .evacuating flacenza. They quitted Bologna on the 11th for Modena. uarioaiai occupied xscrganio, and re pulsed 1,500 Austrian who were march ing against him from Brascia. The French had passed the Adda river without striking a blow. The Austrains have evacuated all the States of the Church, including Ferrara. Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine. Price S3, per year. Blackwood and any one of the four Reviews So. The four Reviews and Blackwood, $10. The Contents of the June number, are. Fleets and Navies France Part 1st; Lord Macauley and Marlborough; The Luck of Ladysmede: V ar Speculation ; The Siege of Plymouth ; The New Parliament and the Work; Review of a Review; Our Relations with the Continent Sales or Stock. We notice in the Man' on Republican a statement of a sale of stock by one of the Cattle men of that county. amounting to some $9,000. This will do for Marion, but in Crawford would not be considered extraordinary. John Monnett Esq., of this township, sold last week, to Stevens & Co., of ew lork, one hundred and fifty head of cattle from his farm for the 6nug sum or 5 1 Z, 000. Mr. IT., is one of our most successful stock raisers, and turns out as fine cattle as Ohio can boost as will be cvidenxd by the figures they sell for Bucyrus Journal. o Thr mysterious lady who challenged Paul Morphy to' a private game of Chess, which she played with such wonderful spirit and perseverance, is now, says the New 1 art Leader, discovered to be the wife of a very celebrated financier and philanthropist do ing business in the vicinity of the Mer chants' Exchange. The husband is said to be very angry about it and exhibits all the symptoms of frenzy if any allusion is made to his "Queen s being in danger. The crops never looked better in this section of the State than they do at present Everything has been favorable to the grow ing crops thus far, and if it continue so for the next thirty days, the yield of wheat and other cereals will be enormous. From estimates made by those who are posted in the matter, at the lowest calcu lation there will be shipped from this point the coming Fall, by way of the river 400, 000 bushels of wheat 1 There is evidently good time coming for our farming com munity. Iowa Herald. Now that full examinations of the wheat crop have been made, especially since the warm rains and extremely favorable weath er, the accounts, as collated, analizcd and finally summed up, lead us to the conclu sion that there will be, at least a two-thirds crop in Franklin county this season, should further calamity befall it CoL Jour nal 20M. The gates of lock No. 25 of the Welland canal, near Theorald, were carried away ths schooner Quebec on Thursday. The rush of water caused the embankment to give way, and the country around was sub merged to the depth of several feet Great damage was done to the grain fields. Bars Bcrxed. The barn of Mr. A. Reed, in Deerficld, Portage county, was struck by lightning during the storm on Tuesday and consumed. It contained 1 8 tons of old hay, S200 worth of wooL farm ing tools, to Partially insured, except wool. The second barn burned in Deerfield lightning the present season. Portage Dent. J ey ana a. u. ihrasn- '4 ltt Geaug CJ Court 9, 20 for their services as counsel in trial of Cole for murder. Two doctors ho experimented with strychnine upon numerous dogs, brought in a bill of 8300 which the court ruled out as services not nocessaniy renuereo. j awsvuie jiavern ser. Spcskt. The Yazee ( Miss. ) Democrat, Administration paper, says "The only . m P111 means f Ptnating Africans. aids-"If SouAUlievesherneoc sides demand more labor, and she has not courage to procure that labor at any hazard, then let her perish as ignominiously she deserves." A wealthy gentleman of Philadelphia has the two eminent artists of place, Rembrandt Tealeand Thomas Sulky to paint each other's portrait. Mr. has recently entered upon lis eighty- secoci year, and Mr. Sulley is seventy-six month. The Classical Institute at Galena, Illinois, together with its contents, has been destroy - m i-t? J. by fire. The hbrary was partly saved. a rltirnriftrf fr-mdlfcon. X.Oatt I.OUO. to ' i be S Or by of Jnst be els aad and era this dies In ia to SI. send ! v Cincinnati Grape Crop. ' .m,, 01 8 P1 Yfe T ? byW nPt a. kettle of boiling fc brh' ?f,.was diull7 5,. ,h,u? f?,lllDS uP?n hcr ' head, face The late frost must have touched the . . - Cincinnati vinyards but lightly for the! Gazette of the 10th says ', - f "We are informed by an extensive grape ! cultivator near the city, that the prospect oi an abundant crop was never better He ' promised a few of his friends, some' years ago. to eive thorn & Kill i. I..i I - " .. .uwv. wuuw o.wu gallons of wine from hi3 vineyard, 'and he has given them notice to prepare their dancing shoes." Distressing Casualty. A little danh- L T 1 . 11-1 ., . ... ,uu ana ouer portions of the body. The child is in a precarious situation, and its recovery Patriot. is doubtful New Lisbon The Davenport (Iowa) Democrat says, that an official letter from Kossuth to a Hungarian exile at that place has been re ceived, requesting him to take immediate steps toward embarking for Hungary. From the tenor of the letter, it would ap pear, that Kossuth was engaged in raising an army. Crops. There is now a full promise of good crop in this region. Probably more wheat will be raised than any year since the weevil appeared. Corn is small, but if we have warm weather for CO days, it will do welL We have had fine rains, and grass will be good. Fremont Journal. New York, June 23. The Tcr. At the second race between Princess and Flora Temple, which came off to-day, Princess wa3 the victor, winning two straight two-mile heati Time, first heat 5 minutes. 15 seconds; second heat 5 minutes. 25 seconds. Crops and Prospects is EcaorE. The N. T. Tribune of Saturday says We have trustworthy advices to the effect that there is promise of excellent crops in Europe; and that in spite of the war, there will be no unusual demand for American bread-stuffs in that part of the world. The Pope desires the monks of Austria to lend the Emperor a million of florins. These gentlemen must find religion a money-making business, if they can lend such sums of money to aid in the murderous work of war. Poor Austria! she is in a very ne cessitous condition. The last bit of romance wc hare heard is the reported marriage of Mr. Heenan. the I'Benicia Boy," to a beautiful young lady of Cincinnati. The fair admirer of the champion of the ring is said to be an au thoress of some local repute in the W estern mear-ropolis. The Cincinnati Commercial says A large portion of the barley crop on the line of the Little Ahanii Railway, from Xenia down to this city, is harvested. the crop is very heavy. The corn and wheat crops in that rich valley look su perbly. When Suwarrow was defeated in Switzer land, some person told the Kins of Prussia of. the bombastic proclamation which that general had issued. "Bah," said the king. "Suwarrow resembles a drum ; he makes no noise until he is beaten." The Duke of Modena "cut and run"' with 80O,000f. belonging to the public treasury. according to an Italian paper. He proba bly thought he should want to try Baden Baden bank this summer. Among the passensera from Boston in the American on AVeduestlay were the Hon. Robert C Winthrop and Prot Agassiz, with their families. Mr. Choate was not well enough to leave home. Indefinitely Postposed. The strin gent Personal Liberty bill introduced in the New Hampshire Legislature, has been in definitely postponed in the House of Repre sentatives, by a vote of 2 7 to 1. More Gold. The Moses Tayler arriv ed at New York on the 2Cth, with Califor oia passengers, and $2,011,000. Tbe value of nhecp killed and injured bv dogs, in Ashtabula County, last year, b over one thousand douari Mexico, since its establishment a a Republic, which i thirty-seven years ago, has had uUy-six rresidenis an average of one and a hall f residents annually. ! to HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. THET JHE EJtTlRELT rZGETJBLE. ta rasa raoa Aixonouc SnartasT, us all ibjc- aiora laoaKBiaaTa; And pleasant in lasts and smelt, mild in their opera tion, will expel all morbid secretions from the body, give bloom to the pallid cheek, and health and vigor the frame. Tktw w.ltcmrt DYSPEPSIA. Taee mill care NERVOUS DBBILTTT. Ties mill car LIVKR COMPLAINT. T') will cars J AUS DICK Try milt cars DISEASE OF THE EJD3ET3. rsy if ear COSSTIl'ATIOS. Tkrj wit car PILES. r will car 11 K A RTBFR5 7'A milt car. 8W1MMINU OF THIS tTEAD. TAf mill car FLUTTERING OF TUB HEART. They ara prepared by Ds. C. M. Jkihih, 18 Arch Stn.ee, Philadelphia, Pa , and sold by drurgists aad storekeepers ia every town and village in tbe United States, Can Silas, West Indies, and South America, at ota. per bottle. Juuat-Sw. WHY WILL YOU DELAY 1 Why will jott neglect that disease which is taking such deep root aad which gves you warning by thst hacking coagh. that yow are last ripening for eternity? Why encourage that pain in the std-. the raising of blood, those night sweats, or that dilScalt breathing, which silently wbisper in yonr ear that something must done to save yon from the grare of the eonsomntiTr? Why act so carelessly t permitting that disease to destroy yonr health, and hasten yon to the toasu from whence no trsTeler erer yet returned I XL FACE THAT DHEADH L COUGH! death mast carry yon to yonr silent grave. Why detar while there fa yet hone ? Consumption is caused impure humors of the blood being deposited in the cells of the lungs. Hence, the lungs arc like a spring water, when -iled np by the dirt or mod, if clear water constantly flows through the springs, impurities so with the blood when kent In a clean or nu're ! waaaasl mar. II ka onas ja.1 ...mar ta thm aaaaa-da a..w ' kept In a clean ar purs state; as it constantly flows through the lungs, it er nes sway all corrupt matter, and perfect health will tha result. " From two to four Pill taken every night or every other night, or enough to keep the bow regular, wl n a reasonable time core consump tion. The reason thxss pills are used more than all others. Is because Uiev ara made of purifying vegeta bles, snd cleanse the body from all corrupt matter, drive out disease of every description, quicker in a milder way than any other 1'illa. Da. Mouse's Ipdian Root Pills ar sold by all deal In Medicines. June I, '59-1 in . CARD TO LADIES. U. Pram's "Uarnisa" ,P.iiis. The Importers of reliable and safe remedy f.r Female Complaints would respectfally call the attention of Aaierican la to it, asiofalliable is removing obstructions and irregularities of th messes, arma rwimir tars ! ail cases. Tbesuaarsrieaaocommon.is speedily relieved, anf! there a i II. be n. rMsmsci of the comp aiuii, wiis remcuy i. sku arc jfgiag 10 uirocuous. which accompany each box and package. BPRClAb NOTIOK. Lm&ita BBCBinra. mr amtftcling tamfve sa, sr. ! VJI ssarisais sataar asiay- tScm.'s misrrrag' aaa ! nisi. Lndic dutVi.. aa imaii af ftmilt tkmuli ' ersy faatr nra eartrrfg, a mtm ptllw aaca amaaia . rpri7..K h. in a. -Is. ! responsible after tkisadmonition. Although certain effect, they ara so mild as sever to produce injury - th health. j Having ths sppntraaef of an' rdSant'letter. fPrlee ! 1)0) ar said only by oar rcneral agenu. who will : there by ma-i.post paid, oa receiptor pnee. tu.Sl Ot- tl.'f ffAY,i?&Mnu. M.ssra. V. H. AI c- oiersian,!. a. ar. w general ag.nt.-. (Allordarswillbeproiapllyfliledbylhem. : e,M uy wood i fa vr. whoiais ag.nts. sad . T."f- , and by Drnv,st. gat ef he ths Ir-io. 9iU an 13 Xii to ths Br days. May mv r line. at T JJ era. bsc, T Jj V I Like Mills, WU., t the n-siJenee of his oo-in-lw. Henry Bronson, on tho 13th int.. Mr- DEXRT HARSH, in the 73J year of hi Mr. Harsh settled in this place, in 1302, and after remaining here about fifty years, moved to Wisconsin. He was an industrious man, a ! faithful friend, and a good citizen. ' The ranks of the old pioneers are yearly becoming thinned, and en long they will lire only in the memory of those who came after them. WARREN MARKET. Flour, per btl 8 00 Wheat f bush - 1 4' uorn, " ... ...... bo Oats 5i Flaxseed " 150 Clover " 6 00(36!. Timothy " 2 003 UU R-ans " 100(3150 Potatoes . 100(3125 Eirw, 1? do. 10 BuUt-r V & 12 Cheese ' . 6a7 Dried Apples P lb (S10 Coffee " 1-2,1(315 Sugar Orleans & lb . Flax dressed y 9 6(37 Hay per ton ... a6 00 Pork 3ide salt f h 10 Hums smoke J " 10012 Wl,le Hog . 4m6 Wool. 3045 Casual Advertisement most be paid for irnen banded in. 'rilE UNDERSIGNED respectfully -A- announce that they have, this day. forased a co partnership for tho atactica of Law in Tromball and adjoining counties, ander the name FOKRIaT cc bVR- P.KTT. W.O. roaaur also iractiera in the I nlted States Courts, and in the Worth era District of Ohio. They hope, by careful attention to all the business in trusted to Iheir care, to merit aad reeeiva a share of public confidence and rstrooagc. By permission they refer to lias. R. P. Ki-cKiT. Cleveland. 0. Messrs. 8. F V. I. Psistibs. Ally's. Cleveland Hon. VI. L. rcasias, Painesville. ohio. Mestra. Cairns dt Wooasrar. JeHtrsoa. IJoa. lltasa Wilobb. Cooneauu - D.via dt Too. Brier UilU " B. F. liorrats. Warren. M R. 11 iti htoi k. Cleveland M M SvTurr. Columbus. M Ciiiui UiTBut, Cleveland. Cuts. L. Rbodbs, Office on East side of Public Square, (formerly occa pied by Uoa. It. g. Hood man.) V, arren, Trumbull l;a. Ol.lo. W. O. FOHKIST. J une2fl,J9 19. UBS BY L. BC B S ETT. Clereland & Mahonioj Rail Road, wiTsnrT 4th JUL.Y, 1S59. TICKETS good for the 4th and 5:h a. will be sold si all Statlona to any other etatioa. snd rerara at one rare for tlie round trip. CIIA3. L. RHODES, Sup't. 8rrcsiaTBKnss-Ts Orrira-I Cleveland, Juoeihi. '59. ) JnneWth-lw. Instrumental and Vocal Tnition. PROF. CHAS. DONMALL. 25 years Teacher of Matie. respectfall y t a forms bit Pupils Dt the prihiiettiu he if prpKre! to fire sacn tnctroe t'oa on the Piano Forte. Melodeon. Gntlar. inriDr, Flute. Violin and Thoronrti Basa. ma will protwhiy, ia Bost caio enab'e kia papiU. after a moderate aumbcr of leuona. to become eiectnailjr their owa teaciMra. iprlivtdually or aaataally. C. Don n. teadiea om moderate terms by the Les ion, aod not by the Qaarter. Pupils sitrnded at thir own residences or at the American Hotel Jrjne?9 "-3 $28 WILL PAY FOR BOARD and Tnition for the Vail Term at the Eclectic ! Instimte, at lltram. A Teachers Class will be formed and conducted with special reference to the preparation of Teachers for their work. Term begius JTnesday. Aor. 9Ji, and enatinnes 13 werks. J. A. OaRKIiuU. Jane M, lf31- Principal- EXECUTORS SALE or keaL estatk. By virtue of an order of sale to me made and direct ed tv the ProUate Court for TrumUull Coaniy. Ohio, f shall expose at puMte sale (on the premises described below.) on SATURDAY tlie 3)K.h day of AUGUST next. between tne boars of I and 4 o Hock r. M., of said day. the following Real Estate.lowit: 8 1 Untie id Weaibeny ft-ld. Trttmlrull Cointy.Ohio, aud known asbe-nn put of Lot . 1. aad bounded as follows: on tne Kxat and North by lot lines, on the South br Ian I of Wiilu McConnell and K O. lUarihall. on the West by a line r nitnc parallel with the east line, to contain thirty- ts and one hi If and seven rods of land; excepting thererrtm the following described land, commencing at the8ooth east corner of said lot No. 18. and running North W rods, thence West far enough to contain four acres of land: Also, excepting therefrom. all ths coal, iron ore. Are clas, limestone, and other valuable min erals that may be on or undr the above describe tract of land, together with full privilege and authority to enter upon said premises, at any and all times hereaf ter, nod make excavations, sink sha'ts, air wells. slopes, and entries, with the right of way upon and throozh said premises for wagon and rail roads, and erecting engine buildings, oiuces, stnitn snops. scaler, pUtorm and yard room, and all ths necessary privl leges lor mining and removing "Aid eoal. iron ore and other minerals therefrom: also, the eight of way en and through siid premises, (incln! ing the above exceptions and, reservations to James Ward Co..) lor the pur pose of mining and removing minerals from said land and anv adjoining property that said Juues Ward dr Co., may desire. Ttans or S-.ut made known on tre day ofnle. Jul II LKW13, Kx'r. of Jons McCxann, drcd Tty F. 15. Jfc XJ. II. IXn-ffTHiKa, his Atty's. arren. June win, TUB SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOUTH AND MATURITY! Just Pubtihed, Gratis, 23th lhoinand ; A FEW WORDS OS THB RATIONAL TREATMENT, without Medieiaa. of Spermatorrhea. ar Local weakness. Nocturnal Kmissii as. ttea-tiai and Nervous Debiliy. Premature Drcay uf the Sysm. Im- potency, and Impediments to Marriage generally. I)X. B. DE LJIXEY, M. D. The Important fact that the many alarming com- pUlnta. originatiag in the imprudence ar.d solitude of youth, may r. easily remot-cd utitboct Mkoicjkb, is ia this small tract clearly demonstrated; and ma en tirely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by ths Author, fully explained, by means of which every ooo is enabled to curs BiasaLr perfectly and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver tised nostrums or the day. Sent ta any address, gratis and post free in a sealed envelope by remitting (ost paid) two postace stamps Da. B. Ds LANBV, es Baal 3 1st Street, New York City. June rratu, if 59-3m. CUSANNA JOHNSON'S ESTATE. k. folic is hereby given, that the subscriber has been sppointed and qualified aa Executor on the Estate Susanna Johnson, lata of Trumbull County. Ohio, deceased. JOS tfU II. v. OLCOTT. Dated Pennington. June 23. 1859. gtf-3w. "IRON mowers. AfESSRS. BALDWIN, DeWITT & 1TX CO.. Clereland, are manafactnrins; Fisher's I Iron Mower. ssTmcrs woo Id do well to examine the I shore Machine before porchasine, as it a new one Jnne bfr-w. 8. L. ABKLL. Seal Rucli- If Vi cat. HORN AND BEANS, at BALDWIN'S. On Mam St.. Warren. Juns 59. 1 USTICES OF THE PEACE can fird f at PORT If R dt SON'S s good assortment of Wsa- aaa'e Blasks. for the use ef Jutuctt, Cttle$ ai d I JUfr. in Civil and Criminal Cases. Also. Waaara's I Ohio Caiaian Law and Fobms. June Ji. 59. 'PRUMBDLL COUNTY, X C0CBT OF COMM0S PLEAS. Rofas H. Parker. l vs. Sraaoss ia Immrr, David T. Oillia.) Th defendant David T. Oillls Is hereby notified that has lieea surd In raid court by Burns H. Parker ths plaintiff, apoa four several promiaory notes made by defendant iayahie to the order of tbe plaintiff. dated mpcctively November x5th. IPS6. December 1st. Fet-rnary 3d; l-57. and april uth. I-5T. for the suma of 3.0 Ml. S 1 1UI.C0. B7IMI.U0 and tiiJUU respect ively. An order of attachment on the around of non reaidence oa the part of said deseadant against his propertr Has aleo been tested. Said defendant la notified to apnesr and answer said petition by ths 90th day of August next, or judgment peflUOn PJ be Ukea recording tn the tenor of said notes, and oroer oi saie oi amcneo property win ee moea h. C.JOKBS. and COX At RAT LI F P. Attorneys for Plaintift. Warren, June !9, 1P59-6W. EMO VED. D. II. Bikhett has re- morel his Plow Sales-room from South Street the west side of Main Street, a few doors Snath af Poit Ouice. Friends invited to call and exuaiss stack, before purchasing elsewhere. D. H..BK3SKTT. Warren, Feh .5, "Sa-tf. .HV KIXODO.n FUlt A HORSE." D AVIil HILL will be kept at the ruble of William Williams la WasasB. oa Tues Wedecsday ai.d Thuradays of each week, from 1st to the lith of July. Balaoe of (he lime at stable ia Bloomfleld. Srs Pnntaa. JAMES M. UIClfBRMAX. MavlKS3-6wJ ' Proprietor. L ASS WARE.- We are in constant rrealnt of lar.e oa-tntltiea direct from the man- nfactorlea. aad can og-r hargajo.s to customers in this To merchanta and neddlar ws oJcr it by the box BwBwyroi price.. IVERP00L WARE A good aOft- meat af Pie Plates. S tacs Dishes. Bowls, Pitch- Spittoona, Ac. of thia ware, suitabl for commoa and selling very low. OOKING .GLASSES. KoireS and Forks. Spoons. Britunia Castors, Rolling aad cothei Pine. Potato Washer. Ac-, at McLAIS'S. ' ,IT7ANTED ! 1 gutter. V Panar Baea Brnk.o Flint J,mlT,7nl'," toll r,if3B, jva.ro, Glass. OR CASH la Crockery and Olaas- waia,s gjr'-ata - - oa 4t it " " be Co Shoo Pisk i. snd th I PATCH & OPDYCKE, rom tiir sale or thi host iPLisorn asb axplb stock or SADDLERY HARDWARE AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS EVER 8EEX IX WAHBEJT, OHIO. We are now offering- Great Inducements to Cash and Proinpt pay-buyers. ' Our Good arc all Warranted to be just as represented l.MOjrard. all sorts mat tolors, Rumcled CloOis ISO French Ptashea. erlaMoa and ereea- S.ano Taatala for Carrtaaea and r'icLa res. 5 000 feet No. I Bnaiseled Hideo to arrive. -' " wmtMntwrn w mmww. I - riiu SMS.frdto 2im tM 30 l-ar Rubber Cloth, warranted to teat loafer ttaa rakoer lor las r-0 - J.4.T-M. 4-4. S -4.7-1. m Oil Cloths, aoaa ia isv aa osaTTZi i...ia.i 3,31 Setts, all Tsrietie and prieea, Carriag Bands. NONE KEPT IN THIS MARKET OF AS GOOD'MAKE, Der riaiea ana aommoa stamp soinio, oi boom a so fet them op anywhere la the C. S. A. Sll. PI and com. - - - . w - , ... j r - -. - H.guM make theea. a) ATT3 Buirfy and Parlor, ia ianaonae aawaf oar immense stock oi uarnees Trimmings may 4H Fnl. til- sil trlm'd. an J Jap. Oif Trees, of truer a; Bars. HortVs Dsvaistaa's make. " - B. A. Pad Trees. SOU pr. llames. com. to fall ail, all grades b dredraf rmrcs of Blankets, 17 different pattenm and .i.lit 4M loll Hundred of greases of Blankets, 17 130 dot. Bitt, from J eta. to 30 each, many varieties. Trunk Locks, Rivets, 8 pars, SUrepa. eVe 75 groaa Ornaments, from the good for Bothine; to the gen nine silver plated. 1.9UU Martingale Kings, from little or ao thing to something. - - ff-A NEW ARTICLE, JVBT OUT, OF 8UKPAS8IXG BEAtJTf i" groaa Harness lungs, ail sorta. siscs snd prices, at greutly redaerd Sgorea. Rein Web. I" pair assorted Boaens, A eompleta assortment ef Saddlers Tools, warranted slitting goagc. apli:ting kal vea aad roandera; and ia short, everything aoeded for say sort of a nsynoee. aad the -tools to do it with." Oar aaeqaaled faciltiee f..r tho parchass of goods ia oar line, will lasare ererv- . bod; Jost what they want, at the very LOvTBST PRICKS. We print na Jokes, bat sterna waa wo sar rverv time, aad never charge yoa more thaa yea oaght to ray. Before buying, always call oa lfso-tf. mm Jn yards, all nru uj mmlmm. BmaJ bimAi. (amartUl 4 W feat Wo. 1 Fate., Daah tealhaf. SiL Kails. Eaoea and ft -t-- t i.. roreiga saanafastara. They are ram., ik.. . Iteaa, Collars aad ptoa rode; M kTSTLlTL tS," v,r. uenini, waip eocsota. eaaaiN aaantiUea. Shaft sockets, alao en""iu Shaft sockets, alao some ke sow, 1 . Td. so foaad different patterns snd analitiea. ibatwaesu an sues a Thread. Was and Awls. Press Fancy Line Pieces. Snana, toady fraasa. good, bad aad indifferent. rood. land kslm. knj m. us i. OPD.UE, Sain Street, Vim, Obio. CABINET WARE & CHAIRS. IVcw Firm & IVew Goods. A.TRCESDELL. O T.T0WS8BSD. TRUESDELI. V TOW.VSEXD, M taa wZ taewa ttmmi mf A. TacssnaLa.) "AVE entered into a partnership for the snnuractnra aad saleaf CABINET fUE MITCKK and C11AIK8 la all ih.ir various varieties. snd have now on hand sad are receiving a mrfe aaaortmoivt. coasisUag ia part, af Sofas. Bxtensioa Tables, Ceaira Card -lMalnr -Breakfast , Kitchea WriUns; ComBB Trandla Tete a Teles. Mahoray Rockers. em; i nam. Sprinr Seat Chstr. - Cans Seat Chairs, a great variety, Wood-Seat - - - Cottare 1 rronch I Bedsteads What Sou. Bnresus. Book Cases, Desks. Wash- Stands, Picture-frames. Cribs. Cradles. Ac. Ia short, everything usually ket,t or called for at a Furniture establishment, wiil be found ar sianafactured at satis 'Taslery artcee. Orders from a ntstanea promptly nttended. to, anu Parnitors carefully packed aad delivered at Care or Boat. COFFINS. A larre assortment aiwaye on hand, and made to order at all time: A Hearst furnished when required. Kara A.eas aa Jlfaia 8r..aar las JL M. Uif' Warren. O.. May Ir-th. 19. GOOD AND RELIABLE INSURANCE, BT TBI Hartford Fire Insurance Company. Incorporated in 1SI0, witn Perpetual Charter. CASH CAPITAL, 8500.000. A3SETT3. January 1st. 1959. "fAR 23- With an experience of nearly DALg A CBNTTKT, testiag its charscter and capacity, it ia eommeaded to the public as f Ac ssesr safe and reliable eorpotarions ever created to give PKUTECTIOtf AGAINST LOdsV Ka a i mkb Kates and rules ss liberal as solvency aad fair profit permit. Loaaes eonitahiy adjusted sad rausjrTi.i ratv. Applicationa solicited and Volieies leaned. By I. L. FLLLEK. Juns I. "59. JIOF.rt JIT tTJIRKKy. FISST CLASS RCK BT TUB Aetna Company of Hartford, Conn., INCORPORATED IX 1819. with per- a. petnal Charter, calls attention to ths following facta: of its having a Can Cimu ef I .IMO.OUV (abso lute and unimpaired.) with Assets Jannary 1st. If 59. IX7.9-iU UP. has traaaaaeted basinesa suecessraMy 4tf yeara. and paid aggregate lojaea of over teaa iiiea mf sara. This eminent American Corporation, foaading ka claims to pahlie favor on merit alone, affording facil ities and securities ia aaatters of Insurance, Commer cial, Mechanical. Mercantile or Rural, while ranking for importa.ee ani public service, among the rlaT KIRK INSURANCE rOMPASIKa OP AMERICA. Insures at rates aa liberal aa ths risks ssaaaaed per mit for solvency and fair proAt. Losst s suitably adiusted and promptly paid. Ap plicatioue solid-ed and Policies issued ' iir l. i. i t 1.1.1. at. rrcn i. May 95. H-59-Cib. At V AKHES. 0, Afessrs. Hopgood Adams : T NOTICE in vonr paper of last week a. that a Kingdom is offered for a Horse. Hot know ing the siss of the Kinglom. can't trade. But my Horse RT I.I.V HOWE will hs kept st the stable of Samuel ierr. in vYarreu, .a Thursdays and Fridays, halane. of the time at my stable la BloomneM. For shape, style and action, I challenge competition. Jtespeetrnliy.. May Sj, WJt. II. nOWB. DARLEY, Civil Esgiseer, Arsnr rn am T.Awn Smnrrnn. Maps, rlavns. end ksuaintes or Kuildinrs, Mines, akc., exe cuteU with dispnteh, WARKKN, O. my 59-j PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE COXST1TCTIO.V. I Keb Relative to an Amendment ta the Constitution, pro viding for Annual Sessions of ths general Ar bly. Rtfltii, hf tkt Grrr; jltitmH t Saf nkim. Three-fifths of the saemhers of each hmne eon- earring therein, that it be and ia hereby proposed to the electors of Oie State to vote at the next anneal IVuhn Stale election, anoa the approval or rejection rf the fhllowinr amendment as a substitute for the first clause of th twenty-fifth section of the serand artiels the Constitation of thia State, to wit: -All regular sessions of the General Assembly shall commence aa the first Monday ia Jannary annually. VtlLlilAJa d. stwiu. Speaker of the House of Representatives. MARTIN WELK'R. President of the Senate April 5. 1859. SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICB.f CoLlxsca. O.. April 7, li-59. '. I hereby certify that th foregoing Joint Beaolution, olutioa, loa a iral I tall "relative to aa amendment so tne i;ensinunois providing for Annual ses'loas or tne ueaerat Assenihlv." is a true copy from the arigiaal rail file in this smce. A. ?. BCSSKLL. Secretary af Slats, Cleveland & Mahoning' Railroad XL. TIME TABLB NO. 15. To take effect oa and after February 10. 1659. eotio BAST. Cleveland ta Ycaogstawn. OOlMO WBST. Yoangstows to Cleveland. Mail I Exp. TBAIKS L B A V B Clevelaad. Mewbargh. Plank Boad. SoIab. A arora. Mantua. Oarrettsvills. Windham. Braceville. Leavittsburgh. Warren. Hiles. Girard. Briar llill. YoaagstawB. Bxp. Mall AM P U A II P M 10:45 :? : sriu ?:i 4ri4 7:241 4:411 10.116 i:33 :47 5:bS Q-. 4Sd 9-ni 3:51 f:37 J:l f:lf) S-.1H P:ta 8:33 7r4H :IS 7:37, :00 I 7:1 I:S4 7.1S3 l:l :54ij l.-liB S.-S8'4: 9 Oi 5 " :56 :3d 10S tM 10:41 :DH 111:. r m 11. -53 1 1 49 II' 12. -00 7:401 71 8.IW MARINO CONKBCTIONS. Cleveland with Cleveland At Toledo. Clereland, Co lumbus a: Cincinnati. Cleveland at ana. ana Cleve land St Pittsburgh Bail Boada. - Solon, with Hacks to Chagria Falla, ccc. Mantua witii Hacks lor Kavenna. Braceville with llacks for Newton Falls, eta. Warrea with Hacks to Sharon, Greenville Mead ill, Bloomfleld, Canfield, As YounrstowB.- with Stares ta New Castl. Lowell Poland and ansa v alley. and taenca ny r. tv. w. Feb. 16. 18.V. CHA3. L. BuOpBS. Bapt. at C. Bail Road to Pittsburgh. New Leather and Finding Store. A. C. McCONNELL. at Millikw'b 11 Block. Main STaarr, Waaasa, , O-, where eaa had st all times Domestic Kips, Oak Sols Leather. Upper Leather, II em lock Sol Leather. Calcutta Sips, - B. A. Sole Leather. Prearh Kips, " Oronoeo Sols Leather. French Calf. V T. City Calf. Mew Jersey Calf. Ohis Calt Rarhor a Standard She. Thrrad. Best S loch Ceberg Boot Webb. Beat Linen Boot Weba, Best satia Franeioa, Best Cottoa aad Silk waloaw. Best M. M- and ! Pat. L rather. Cotton. Silk and Vohnir Laceta. Sheen Binding, Shoe Blacking. Shoalder Stl-hs. Cnraeoa Morocco, shoe Hammers, Measure atra Madraa Morocco, OBos rinchera. Shoe Bails, Tampieo Morocco, ' Sao. ranches, French Kid, Shoe Nippers, Ilob Bails. Shoe Tacts. Common Binding. Awl Blade, Cochineal Linings. Sao Knives. Maroon Liaiaga. Awl Hafts. Brashes, Peg Fksate, Mesaars Sticks, Zine Nails, Heel Balls. Packard's Ink. Summer Wax. Liaings. Peg Cutters, BrmraiSrr ta mitt, MILUKIITS BLOCE. May l". IcW. " ' Main.Street, Warrea, 0. Mc,G OR MICK'S SIotIcs and Reaping Machines. rPHE manufaelurer of the above M- ehln'ee, at Chicago. 1 1 U ager to let any respoa sible farmer wh. will agree to bay a Mower, sr Mower Reaper, th. nraaent harvest, have sns af their Machine and last it with any or nil others during in harvest, provided they will agra to keep aaa pay lor oo which ia thir owa epinfoa, ta th seas- hare one sea bp wnen eaa . seen ai .nr '' .y sailing. " - JOIIi Iieiu. Una laud. SJay jM. yvmw. at af at ty. 'fHE OLDEST. WIDEST C1RCU- bklArT ? COM PtBTB. COlAhCT. aa4 EAUABLE Baak Sou Keportcr ia axistsaca. THOHPS.1KIB isnialRscsrtcr. Circa la tioa lUVBVSjsnaj XDITXD BT JOBS THOXnOX. QaotatiOBs sorrestsd by Tboktsob Baomaa, J Wal tt. Publiahedby Cns. Buaaau, IT7 TraakUa BL.'S.T. - Taaas or graariir-noa in Aavaara: -r ij.ti h i Li vr.4-1.. a. . i it. i i w ... ... To Postmasters ar alhers, who lorm cmbs aad -aarwsisl as the saoaey inadv-anca. ws will send tho Mtmrrur. Coin Cast! AfeaaaJ. and Dtrcripltw Aiat.aa follawss i copies of tho Weekly, one yr f" M S copies of ths Semi-monthly 4 Ot) It copies af the) atotuhlj . f 8 Ws will forward gratuitously to acy parsoa sending a elab of at the above rates, at any aaa tlmi. oar JtrntrUn Oed Coi'a Tni Srmlt. address. TU0HP3ON BaoTHBRS. Baaaana. Ito. Tall St.. 31. Pioprletors. Indian Rotanic Remedies. DRS. A. J. PYLE k R A. SIMPSON.-1 IS 01 AH PflTSlCI AN8. can be coaealted as their raom at ths Iitu Ilooaa ia Warren. TrasshaU County. Ohio, aa Thursday. Jan. Ikth. lfi. .bar. those wishing to call aa them, for all diseases ar ceas- , plaiau incident to ths Bamaa family, can da so rain or caaasa; when aad where those wb. wish far Medi cine, can be sapplied with the best of reaaadiea, atrica ly vca-eta)le. prepsred by their owa hands or ardor. Pram a leag ezper.anca in ths practice ef saedie-lBB. ws do feel iaclined to say, that we can give general aattt cttoa to all wa. may call upon as. Uj" Coaaamptioa. Cancer and Bbramatlem can as cured. Jans 15. Ieja-t. FAIR GROUND STOCK COMP'NT.' Ths subscribers to stock for the purchase of Fair Oroatjda. ara hereby BotiSed. that aa isjatalsaens at Twenty per seat, ar rive Dollars per share aa ths stack suhscriuad is saada payahlo ta the Treasurer . a U. RoMiias. at his since ia Warrs, an Iridny lha 1st aay of July Beret. By erder af lbs Company's Board af Directors. II. B- PglteUSS, frseideat. J. D. COX. Seeretarv. Warren. 13th Jane, VJ4tiw. PLANK ROAITdIVID END. The stockholders of tho Warran it Inks Xrlt Plaak Boad Compaoy. will take so-ties that a sem anoaal dividend af four par seat, has basm dealaredi by the Directors, payahlo aa Meaday the 1 1th day eg July. It59, at th. Treasurer's sine.. JOSEPH MAJtVU.Jr rreeldent. J P. Cort. Secretary. Jana 15. TW-3-r D RAINING TILE. SALT PITTSrirBO at IAKB. CALCI.1ED PLASTER, LAND PLAATtR. WHITE LIYB. . BACK SALT. J10W1S 0 dt KBAPRIO XACHIS B8. Tor sale at the W ABBES DEPOT. Warren. Juno IS. lr-5!-)-3w. BURIAL CASES A fall assortment f METALLIC BURIAL CASES jest received. These Case being perfectly asr-tig-At. very mack re tard deeampeeitina, and entirely prevent the escape at any sffensive gas; and are well adapted ta tha iiiiu ' vatioa ana traaspartauoa at ta. bady. An aeeortsaea air ass an hand. Ordarda trass s distance promptly attended to. - TBCKbDELL T0WH3KBS. , V . June 13th, nJ9. JTIal tresses. If1.nttresseti. HAIR. JENNY LIND. HUSK, and SBA-6KA33 MATTBBSSSB. w11 adapted ta Iviaia "Tired Hatara'S twmmX restorer." Jart recei-Ted and far sale at rears prieea. by T BUBS DELL at T0sVaB9S. . Warrea, P.. Jane lith. If aa. WANTED All the Shoemakers to to eall snd say Sole Leather. Upper Leather, French Calf. Americaa Calf. Boot Mororeo. Dress Moroceev Pegs. Lasts. Liainra, Nail Thread, dec, Aa In short, everything pertaining to the Leather nasi Finding Trade, at the lowest pnee for Cash. JAMES MeCOSSILL. WANTED The Ladies to eall and examine the full and complete stack af Saitars. Boots, Slippers. Children's Shoes. .. a JAMBS McCOSSELL't. 7ANTED 500 Ladies to bay nice I T Heel Os iters. Congress II eel waiters, KM Heal Boots, Kid Slippers, m 1 JAMBS McCOSJELL'S. ANTED Cash I Cash!! CaahHI 'M In Cash, la sxchanaa tar Bests aad Shoes, at Bo. 0 Main Street. JAMES MeCOJXBLL. WANTED Everybody and iheqt wives ta hay Shoes and Boots st JAMES MeCOSXELL I. V7 ANTED 5000 Cash Customers to - f T hay BooU aad Shoes at JAMES McC03TEXL-. WANTED Ladies to bay FbU Yox Ga'ters far 30 seats st May 18, l JAMES MeCOSJBLL'B. I OHN SHEFFELTON'S ESTATE. 1 1 Retire is hereby gives, that ths subscribers havsr heea appointed and qualified aa Executor and Exeew trix .a the KstaU of John Sheffettan.lat si Bswtaau Trumtull County, Ohio, deceased. Juae 15. na 3w. JANB SHKrPBLTOlf. Af OSES MeMAUAN'S ESTATE. JJJL Botics ia keretiv sivea. that th. sabssriher has been appointed and oaaliacd as Admiaiatratar aa th. Batau af Moses MeMahau, lata eg Bexatta. Traaatal) County, dt ceased. ruun KATiatrr, aominissntsr. Dated Ibis 1 Ith day .f Jaa. WS9 IVJw. LUCY J. TURN BULL'S ESTATE Roliss is hereby given, that tha eebeerifecr aaa heea appointed aad qualified as AdmiBiatrate an taas Estate of Lacy J. Tarn boil, lata mt Intssnali Oaaaty. Ohia, deceased. CVKUS TCBNBULL. Admv. Dated ssarnBLts lh dy of June, U-iSli Swl PROPOSALS will be received at the A editor Officanlil Jane SOU. for BulHIng an additisa to lb aaanty InSrmery . and far aailding asi InBrmary forth, safe keeping of tha Indigent lasane. Plan and suceiacatioa eaa be sees, as ta. Anditar'f sty oroer 4 tne COVMTHSI0BEB. Warrea. Trumbull Co.. Jans 7th. les F ARC REDUCED. Of B HORSB TOP BUOOIE3. Bloa.OS. T0 - " I3,WK OMB OPES tU.Oa. Oood Baggies saa h nought at my Carriage Factory la Warr-w. Ohis, ai tha above arieea, snd all work warranard. Painting and Trisaming don. at equal! low rates. U. C. BELDAM. Warrea, O., JuaeJ, JPSB-ta. 0TICE The Executors of the Es tate of J. L. Van flarder. late ef Warran, Tram- hall County. Ohio, deceaeed. would respectfully re Quest sll PersMS indebted to or having accwanta wits) said eetata. ta eall and settle immediately. ' A. A GEO. TA.t UOBDEB, Xx'ra. Warrea Jane 1st. Ij9-3w. NEy MILLINERY STORE. MRS. M. A. KING would respeeifully I a rite the Ladies ml Warrea aad vlcialty. M eall her saw Millinery Store an Main Street, accoad 4mme north af the Post Oflle. where they will Sad tha lateat stvles ef BONNETS. HATS, aad a general aaaortmaat CHOICE MILLINERY GOODS, which will a. weld prie. ta suit the Urns Bleacaiag and Trimmlag dan. aa short Basics, WarreB, MarshJuth. IW-sf. - JOHN N. PIERCE'S ESTATE. -Notice is hereby given, that tha Basse ris as has bee appointed aad ouaiiSed aa Admiaiatrator aa th KstaU af John M. Pier, lass mt farauagtaa. Irasa sall Uoaaty.'Ohio, dacaaaad. W A3 ABEL REEVES. Dated this d Jnaa. !-. ,4 LDEN CASE'S ESTATE. IX. Kotie. Is hereby given, that Urn sakssrlhsr baa sees appoiatad and mnlinad aa Administrate sa lis Batata af A idea Cass, bat sf Trasaoail County. '4. r A. W. CABB. Dated this d day of Jan. rS-B. A USTIN PEAN'S AJL Boiiae Is ksrwbj given. ESTATE. rss, that tha BB.r!r ka bee. apooiatrd sad snalinad aa Adntiaiatralar aa tan Batata af Aastia Daan, sua af Mcsaa, Tramball CnaaV deoeaasd. MASON A. ARAM. Adas'. Paaad. Mils S34 Jana, MSvr.