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i EDITORS. ?. A. ADAMS. O. N. H.HT,()(in ' .T IZ2 UT " WA&ttia,.WJiUJiiiAX, JUil z. - 7------ - KEPt'DLIC W STATE TICKET. FOR OOTLBXOn. WILLIAM DL.VXISOX. f Franllin Cunty. F0 LIECTEXAST GOVERNOR, .- ROBERT C. KIRK, of Knox County. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE. EOCEET W. TAVLEIi, of Malorli.g County. FOR SECRET ART OF STATE, ADDISON P. RUSSELL, of Clinton Cuusty. FOR TREASURER OF STATE.' ALFRED P. STOXE, of Franklin Comity. FOR StTKEME JCDGE, VILLUM Y.GHOLSON of Hamilton Ccuaty. FOR SIEVE BR BOARD PUBLIC W0P.K3, JOHX B. CREUOUY, of Scioto County. FOR SCnOOL COMMISSIONER, AXSOX SMYTH, of Luca. Countv. i , Republican County Convention. n i ... . ... ine nepu&iicans or lrumbuU County ( ire requested to send their delegates to a ' County nominatbg convention, to be held in Empire HalL at Warrea on Tuesday, ' the 23d day of August 1 S59. at 10 o'clock ; A. M., to put in nomination candidates for , Keprc-'j; the foUowiu offices: One State VrfMro.iit-innr trvim.-iv Pi.Mntr Vniiii&iiAnfii. , aw. a. vvwwhu, .atwt J J X. VIUUI-TOIUUV, A a Coroner, and Director of the County ln- ; Treasurer ! . ! i firmarv i IhJ basis of Representation as fixed, is' one delegate for each township in the coun-i ty, and one additional for each forty votes ! cast at the last Gubernatorial election, or fraction of twenty or over; this will give to each township the following represent- I ation: ltit.tt. 4 .'..linsU.n, 4 li!oniifi' !!, 4 Kibsiiimi, 4 limcvjie, i Lilrty. 4 lr.ol. 5 L..r.ieun, '2 bnvkficll, 3 Mvcca 4 t'haniuu, 3 Me:(ioUiicis, 4 F.rmniglon, 6 Nivton, i fuwK-r, 4 Sutilhiiignm, 3 Ututarus, Ytrnun, 4 firM-nr. 4 Vii-nua. S Hartf,.I. 6 Wllitv6uM, 5 Howla.n-1. 4 Woir-n. l!l buoliarj, 3 Total del. git ion. 110 The electors arc recommended to meet at usual plaecs of holding elections, on ' tAU?USfc , at- 7 o clock, i . M-, for theurposc of electing d further rceoa.niended that at the same rri- j mary meetings, ueiegates w e ctca to auenu ThA Sflnntnriil J ..iLa-M-T irn tn rw 1 1 at 1 , 1 f al v yyftuvuuM .vvi vuvtvtk w V uviia (sit, iles, on Monday, August 22d, and that ' the delegates to both conventions be elected by LdL.t C. H HUNT, ZALJIO.N i-licit Kepubucan J. S. HAYMAKER, f Central ' P B. BARNES, I Committee. DANIEL EAIiLEj to Warren, July 27, 1859. Republican Senatorial Convention. Trio ronnTiliiina. nf 1ia S.-n';fnri:iI Tlio I trust composed of the counties of Trumbull i la Mahoning, are re-iuested to meet inrn Convention bv delcaates, at Niles, on Mon-1 the 22d day of August 16.59. at 10 jS1 o dock. A. M., to put in nomination a can- didate for SUte Senator, and als a candid- ute for Member of State Loacd of Enuali- tjiion, j lie basis of representation fixed for the,fkanci last Sraiatoriil was as follnw RiM. town. ! phip iuthc district to Lave one delegate and one additional for each 100 votes cast;rf,:scd at the last Gubernatorial election, or fruc-1 tion of 50 or over. This will give to the townships compos ing said district a representation as lows: fob nCVBCU. HAHosrNO. Bnz-Hta, 3 Aostintuwu, S BUkHllfirlJ, 3 lkuv.r, x feracxrvilie, 3 Berlin, 3 Biiatol, 3 Bosrlman, U hruokfi-M, S C.i)fi.M. 2 Chiti.n. S Coiterilie, S "rtnii.t:U.n, 3 Eliewonh. 2 FnwUr, 2 U,lico, 3 -Gtu'aviu, 3 Givcur, 2 Gsvene, 2 JaeUsoa, 2 Hart tor J. 3 Slu'j.n, 1 Uowland, 2 I'oland, 3 Hubtartt, 2 S:uitk. 3 .Wrt-n, 2 -iringfieM. 2 K.nfUian, 2 To.ngtUiwn, 3 LdlsFfty, 2 Loritwn, 2 33 ilrfc. 2 .eutamta. 2 Tniinbull. 53 .Kcv toll, 2 Soulbington. 2 Tolnl d.urfttion, S2 Vernon, 2 "Virrijta. " ' Veatlwrsfi-W,-- 2 VarrrD, 6 C. R. HUNT. Cl.iirman Republican "Central Commiik-e, Trumbull Countv. JAS. DUMAES, Chairman Republican Central Committee, Mahoning County. I 1 cr o: to the iu The Armistice. An Arm 1st! jc was agreei upon between France and Austria on the Sth, to remain in force until the 1 5th of August H stipulates that commercial vessels, w ithout distinction of flag, are allowed to navigate the Adriatic unmolested. The Jtfimiteur cautious the public against rais tmdestauding the armistice, and says nego tiations may rccoiamense, but docs not see how the war may Jbe terminated. The Loudon Tines believes in peace, and pays, that well authenticated proposals Lave eonie from Ftmoc, indicating cither mod eration, or the necessities of the French. It dues not btlierc it was the latter. It deems probable that peace will be the A. J. J. W. II. S. Geo result of tbiB suspension of hostilities. The itnnistioe which f dlowed the fall of Sebas- j lopoL was the precursor of peaoe. Austria w now much less able to cope with Franr?, than was Eussia then to light with Fr-nce -nd Euro. The London 7'in?s, says: The position of the two parties is cot of feevi equal character which would enable arts hope that both are in the same degree desirous cf a lasting pence. Austria Las Lkliarto lost everything that she could have lost. She has been Lat-:n in every Lattie, Fhe Las been driven back from every posi tion. All the prestige of her arms has brn destroyed, and Ler troops are demor- J. T. . S. T. A. kliwd km by de.'eat than by a profound distrust of Uiir leaalcrs and their military organization, ffte could aM 1 iu awor-e portion than she soif b. If sl.c Lad Io,t ' J- anntlu r "veat LaH f.-n fl.fi A i? P. a- . utcra had fallen, if Verena had b . n tf ken. n.l if Msiit-i Lad heen tttTined. it would "T- Ttct be more apjnrent to the world than it is at this moment, that Austria is unaMe ft cope with Trance ac. a military power. To her. therefore, a cessation of hostilities Is but tie surrencJer of all hope of retriev- ncr Tir-v mtii-rv7 rirn.ir 11 tiisrr.i :?;T to I " H J.e. l. InraaJ . 11 W v.r,.l:. ! KcT. av. mil. aa.oo aata.v '.urf.ivuvn u. ' - -j . ... i , ...ill l 1 i ana must iaveeiuDraxa omytae asieop; ti. Kcv. Tie?. .Jt .r. fe. t. M Mn i.-..ini) eWJJaviu f eaicty. he u&t mean j.oe. 1 must mean to pay the price of pace, if tn.s s aaiiy ofhar than m Hl-adM. mo- - , - ic. . I r ... s Latest.—Peace Declared. rLe aV.ve was in type, t!:e ce- tails and the terms of the Treaty Lave been received, The CloveL-nd Hentlt, says: . I w -w - -apoieon and Joseph have met and dc- dared a new partition of portion of l"ixer Italy. Austria rcsimis her tv.wer ajv.-r ,I.otubardy, pir-senting it to 1' ranee, and Napoleon immediately transfers it over to aru:ma. Austria retains i-tiicc. and we , i a. . A. 1 1 , - .1 vtw manors noiae itseii ana in the what Napoleon IIL had partieulary 111 view. viz. Lid own ec&rf with thj trench Nation. I Suites of tii? C'Ltirch rcmriin in s'atu oho. 1 he most that ha been if J. 1 J . .. r -I-. . 1 , T - v f- , muu5'rl5l!u;,w j settle him in Lis Impenal seat That he ; now has achieved: Lis uncle Dever returned I to Paris aitcr his most brdliant campaign with more military glory than has N apole- on ill. wen in a mxtr dav caranai'm. - What other resulu may fiow from this war j ins 100 soon 10 uewrmiue. So f T6tT, 11 Jr,f; I so tar so good. I hat is a blow at a tvran- nical monarchy, which, to a certain extent, comes irom me masses, it numinatcs a cruel dj-uasty, it make3 one step towards ! mtntm . , J tin if l. 1 . . ,.C . . 1 . vv"-jIV""" luc "5"" Vl luc iis. Although the Tope is not stripped of his j t'onty, his temporal power is very much j 10ra f strcngtk The Honorary uue m 1 rewcni over tne Italian contoie- j rati?n Ls yarded Lim, but even that con- i CCtlc. cesaion only sliows that he must take what 1 1 11- .a.. lje wngj-'rent powers are willing to con- cetic iic lias no power ot nis own. use reclamation of Loiubardy from Austria is a , . . ... "low ct 1'opcrv, tor every intelligent P knos that the Pope, if he dare, wolUl'1 I-0"1 Austnaa side, tr Lat lu.tj ttl,;ment how fares poor "JT lie ho; e of Ler release has fa- u,t, sn wm again oe an exile, ana H1,," Slns ted non his native country Will OA i;nww1r(jvl Senatorial and County Conventions. As will be seen by the calls of the Re publican Committee for this Senatorial District and the Republican Central Com mittee for this county, tbat the convention to nominate a candidate for Senator, will be held on the 221, and candidates for county offices, on the 23d of August . State Christian Anti-Slavery Convention. tion, To k teIJ in Columbus. Ohio: Wtvlnes- Thur9dajf August 10th and , uh nt of t contR). batwecn Froedom anJ s in our " .... r country, earnestly call for more thorough aggression and Fvstematie action on our fart The African Slave Trade which by the law is piray is revived, and there is not sufficient active moral power in the nation extinguish it Sauthern Churches have generally apos tatized to the open justification of Slavery, Northern Christians arc sadly remiss duty with respect to reforming and op posing it Southern States are expelling or enslav- tncu Irec C"101 porul:itIon. and .orth and States allow their colored citizens to be kidnapped under the provisions of the Fu day, AL . . The Ae " pronounced Consti- tutwnaI Dy e National Courts, home ot "ur '""ou" au rei-iiecieu citizens are imprisoned because they could not quietly and a neighoor kidnapped and dragged into hopeless bondage, and our Su- .Pme Court in deference to precedent has to PTO!oun;-e the law unomstitu tlcn tJ- in ry According to the decision of the Supreme Court of the I nited States, Slavery is ex tended to all our territories ny virtue of the Constitution, and neither Congress nor the people has power to prohibit it And while all this is passing, the party in pow. is straining its energies to acquire new territory for the expansion and development the great evil. To meet the demands and accessions of Slavcholding Power, the Freedom-loving element of the nation Las no great CListian, earnest systematic agency. Alarmed at these facts, the undersigned invite Christians of all denominations who believe and deeply feel that Slavery is our nation s greatest crime, (and her calamity, and the source of her greatest danger as well.) to meet in Columbus, en W ednesday and TLursduy, August 10 end 11, to de liberate and pray, to give public expression our views, and to organize a system of CuOrts wLicli shall aid m enlightening aud arousing the public conscience and mlistiug Christian energies of the State and Na tion against this great iniquity. Let there be a great, earnest prayerful, calm, but determined convention. Unless the convention sLail otherwise di rect the forenoon of Wednesday vrill be spent in prayer, the alccrnoon and evening addresses, arid Thursday in the transac of business. B. Walker, Pastor Congregational Church Sandusky City. D. Barber, Pastor Con. Church, C. White, Pastor Plymouth Con. Church, A. Thome, Pastf.r Con. Church, W. Side, H. Brewster, Pastor Wcs. Meth. Ch eh, j John rete, raster St Clair St Meth. Ch'ch, Henry B, Smith; J. A. Gale, E. P. In gcrsoll, G. N. Abbey. I. C. Pendleton, Joseph Terkins, IL B. Spelrr.an. Otis Boise, P.. Barker, B. Pelton, li. F. Hum- 1 s i ? I lstoa, L wcvtuna. M. Siorrs. Pastor Con. Church, Simeon B. Williams, Esq., Cincinnati. C Leonard, Pastor Con. Church, Clanoey, " M. P. " Joseph Wolfe, " M. E. " nliam 1 urncr. William H. Cochran, I. W. Yanca. lift. Vernon. has be ed ted ,r an to John Rankin, Fastor 2d I'rcs. Gjtirch, "ouid, ' 1st " " S. Perearirae, And 25 others, JlivU v. S. Gierke. Taster Con. Church. the lion. E. N. SLU. and 43 others, (W n--qa tails. j vi i t - said 1 luinb. James Monroe, E. U. Fairehild, c John Keep, John Morcan. J. 1L Fair-! child, IL il Peck. Obcrlin. .. ! the ! IL Prentice, Pastor Con. Church, G. B. I'cnfidd. Ficemaa Pcnlicld, Pen- Ti Monroe, Tastor Con. Church, 15. Clough. Amherst. E. Ealdwin, Paster Con. Chureh, " iwptist " Jieycr. Eector St Paul's Chureh, J- s- Oaqicutcr. and others, Akron. Pa-tor Con. Church. is that all " onersC, at?rs. -.T. rastor oi Churclt, Milan. E. TtciS . f...i.i ! ... ... ....... . . I i v. liruinara, iJ. li. llunt, ud oUiers, Fast Oraofif, uine A. D. Olds, J. Ciddings, 11. riucib,.a'nd otners, Jejlcrscn, Chailes otaen, TaUt ting aua s Smith. Clciaent Wright, and aUma-he. j sn-.pson, Pev. 0. XT. XTbke, and ; to ether's. Zitroprrsmla. . la . t t i -r ve v.,,' , a , rigiit, j. iuiinwoeo, anaotu-, f Vtrtr 'p chur,w 0r of ksw, ra-.o. wa t.nur.n, vruxu. , I ATHOlX T a V till V VV-AAAAA. At VX. .'A U f aakVaa at . Crccnsburg Seminary, Heme. 1'urleiiaan, Pmtl Math, in Farmer" ? CoBsw. C'licZurnfi. Distribution of the Public Lands. LETTER FROM SENATOR WADE. The I.and Inform Executive Committee. n Man... .... onn lomaiariorj, i'rosident, met at their . on I m-vlay ! rooms in Broadway, in this citv. evening last The following letter from II. 1 Wade, United States Senator, of Ohio, j was read : X. J". Past, j JEFFERSON, Monday, July 11, 1859. 7W ., W ,-t' AW ZW .i .ia m.m.ls ,i . v., ...Jl., : .i...:.. I ... v e.i r t!.i.. r 1., i t - . -.t.a.U'-.rau - vvu & UMttW JAa.4,.lJ.--. - V a eives rue great pleasure to witness the dc : tcrminol and the energetic course your ho- - ,. t.;B v:.t . als0, to you mcmorial tJhe wiJi;st druelatioo. for of all the important sabjecb i , liefonf tllat nc is more ' immmf tl .linL.); nr k ! Us lauj3; f0r' iD m ja,1Sement' that ! mir ; rt,,r. ..', ...f. e Kenublic itself. i ieputj Laud in limited quantities to the actual vttlrr.4- and down with nil timnnitnliiMi nf . .... . . ... the public land, should be the watchword 0f au w)0 have the welfare of the people at ' heart, and are truly the friends of a simple j republican government I thank. God, I through mv whole term in Congress I have ' never vatCvl for allT 0f mjia prarJts. cscept that great national project of a rail road to the 1 acme. It seems almost unnecessary to circulate a petition in this State upon the subject proiKiseiL as our people arc more nearlv! unanimous upon this subject than any oth- j cr. In the largest convention ever held in I this State by the Republicans, it was made ' a fundamental principle of the platform by j an unanimous vote, and woe to the represen- tativc in Consress. of anv party, who shall fill to stand by the principle. The only serious opposition with which it will be met will be from the southern or slave-holding States. It was from that .quarter it received a fc- .7 c 1 i r.v iu uie ocnatc uv iut tracing otc oi ice- 1 resident Lreekenndge yet I have every . reas-n to believe that Lad it escaped this ! ordeal and passed Congress, it would haveJr,, met the same fate by the veto of Mr. Bu-f !... !.. i ,r ,t i: ' ""J'; V V.UK Vi "-"""I"."". is nearly played out its enemies cannot pre-: vent its triumph beyond the term of the present Administration. lie voic of the people is for it and on this measure at least "the voice of the pec-; pie is the voico of God. I have the hon- j AYith great respect, yours. B. F. WADE. retary. New York. J.F.Simmons of Rhode Island,! Preston King of New York, and James Harlan of Iowa, were also read by the See- , Methodists and Slavery—Erie Conference. enC3' ! ghall be declared ineligible to membership A number of the Methodist Episcopal Clergymen have addressed a circular to their . denomination recounting the history of the Church as connected with Slavery, and st-it- ing tnat they "leit that it is our bounden duty to secure, it possible, at the next Ses-. sion of our General Conference, which takes j place at Buffalo, N. Y"., May 1st 1S60, a disciplinary rule, by which all slaveholders of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Slave- is deeply cursing our nation, and its nialisn induence is not less deadly upon the of church of God ; and we feel it our duty as much as in us lieth, to remove this curse, ' on and to wipe away this reproach from the otherwise pure escutcheons of our common MethodisnL" They desire, therefore, that ' memorials on this subject be sent to the Confercnec. j in The Erie Annual Conference met at Brookfield. Pa., July 13th. and closed its the sessions July 20th. It was the first of the forty seven Annual Conferences to elect del- egates to the Buffalo General Conference. The list is seven, elected in the order as 10110W3 : Calvin Kinssley, D. D., editor AYcstern , 1 Christian Advocate, bv a unanimous vote. Moses Hill, Cleveland. Hiram Linslcv, Mcadvillc, Ta, E. J. L. Baker, Cuyahoga Falls. J. E. Chapin, Clarion, Px G. W. Clarke, Akron. J. Bain, Paincsvillc. I roll i all The ouestion of m-neral interest before the Conference was Slavery. It was resolved the General Rule in the Discipline o?i - Slavery he so chanzed as to read thus: 'Thc buying, selling, holding or trans- anv human being to be used in aire Shivery." The vote etood Cla'dand Leader. -Aye, 151 ; Nay, 0.- Delusion Smith of Oregon. Another great light of the Democracy been snuffed oat United States Sen ator lclazon Smith, better known for near ly twenty years as Delusion" Smith, whose term expired last March, intended to re-elected by the Oregon iegisature, but though the arty had forty-three out of the fifty members, and though Dclusieu obtain the caucus nomination by 22 to 21, his v. j-- j-l ni: ininine ti... l!i. . mnj T,n.vra. a joint convention. ! There was a little scene between Senator of , a t i ia.- i i and Hale and Mason las. winter, wb.cu too cooa to oe lost, una which we nae neer .... , r. . ,r 1 :., reportei Senator Hale was opposing q propnatn for Indian war expenses Oregon, and mentioned that a gentleman well, from Washington territory had heard it re marked there that money was sjarcc times hard, and that they would never be better until they got up au Indian war, and federal government disbursed some cash. Delusion, whose little body gives no more . bad Und x , its indication of his cuormous brazen voice ly flalC r,an ., , u i- V he, euppose we call him Joi -,i .1 r i .a S'1 .r J1. f f0 t lr' I'reddent, that ',v : than a frogs, rose in great wrath, dc-J","J' , . ... . , . . v i i.j the tne truui oi me story, ana ueinamicu name of Mr. Hale s informent Mr. Hale demured. and was unwUiing to cm- iom. ofnt'..,.,:!!! : "hut " "jL e , ' . , 1 1 ,. x . tie, euiiiwe we t..iii nun uoiics, ur w an; vusiuil lite tcuittor tnowd mat 'bauia no name. says: 31 r. llalc (With salcmn anxiety) ! r.lr. President: can tliis be true? Is 1 and no name at all? Id it nossible wi have K-en laboring under a blu turn be this while?" If artfhrd Press, July 12. j An ! tion iAilJ 1 lAF.-aa-- a h llkl"- TT 1 : 1 F 1F, I kl II I r.-i ..v. aJva in .1.,, wv v.... I 4jIW i a i a, . i every icld, iu the following manner: A pedlar : -, DnowsEn. Two lives were lost two ;,. . li , 4 n.n ai.'U, lia ant: lunon in; tiauillivi. .1. i;uia.r ; r named Pnfiy was fishing on the hank. A i .e. i tin daughter ot ilrs. Curly, the woman with i : i , , wnoin ne au ixn ooarumg, a iri aoout years of age, went with him, and set- on the bank, it gave way under her. jirwipiuiu.'u ncr mm me cnxK. 11 is terra. thoxight that Duffy sprang in after her. but j k1 laving only one arm perished in tie attempt ! cf save her. rived . . ii . C Ta . r, v n .ai.f.n I 11 ri a iiuaTn-ira-ruvvT i -.- -. .....,..... '"I am not awarc of any -- r morJs which makes it infamons to for ep t. . omwn her hair, Tery over Does he know of any statute or code of; b&7- v 1 a. - I minus wnien mases it lntaraous to lorjnve; Erie M. E. Conference. The Krio Conference was held last woek, at Brookville, Pa., Bishop Sampson, presid ing. The action of the Conference in re gard to the quest ion of Slavery, was right, and to the point The appointments of Presiding Elders, in this State, were : Cleveland Dirtriet Paiuesvillc Dirtriet Ravenna Itistriet, ti. ..Tf,nf r.r t.-.i,. . Warren District, lie District ileadville District New Caslle DLst, Clarion " Jamestown " Fredonia, " M.wes Hill. John Bain, Samuel Orepjr Hiram Kinsley. Jorn.ih Flowers. Nil am Norton. G. B. Hawkins. James K Chapin. J. W. Ixtwe, J. H. Uhalton, Ravenna and Warren DLtricts, were as fol- RAVENNA DISTRICT. Ravenna. i AKron, Tillmi.W Jumau Cuyahoga Falls, rankhu. E. J. L. Baker, T. Stubbs, JS. Heard. W. H. Wi ilson. Northampton, Hudson, Twinsburg. Charlestowu, Windham, Nelson & Garrctt.-ille, J. B. Hammond, ik Braccvillc & N'ton Falls, J. K. Hall-x.L Ixjtstowu & Randolph, Edinburgh, Dcerfield, Jackson, Ellsworth, Canficld. G. . Chesbrouiih. I C. T. Kirgsbury. ... . - - I To be supplied, W. Monks, T. B. 'fait V. Lake. W. Hollister, I.. W. Elv. T. RadelifF. Y. C Warner, C. W. Reeves, J. F. Brown. WARREN DISTRICT. Warrcri John Tribbv. West Farminptoa P.P.Pinnev.J.'B.Grovcr l.l'ooinncida:uris:oi,.iotm AicLcaii, Youngstown. Xilca anJ Libcrt yjcnna .!- w 1 1 i HartfordvtBrookfiehl, W. 11 Crane, Avilli4msfiel,l. AY. I reuch, Grccnc anJ M K Wa(k OranseviUe, Davi.l King. -. yy j Peaif M BIack, sm yy j. Arcl.b ,I(L . Westorn jCXTXe j G Greer, H. N. Steanw, J. W. Hill. G. H. Brown, Wm. Thompson, lra I.d.Iv, Principal, member of West Farmiurton Quarterly Conference, j is What a Millionaire Pays for his Board and Clothes. alone. Lu t,,,,, AstnPllmllll ,w. .11 ! -.. hc got for taking care of his immense J . , the -solids" m our own city fares no tetter, and yet he counts his wealth by millions ! Mr. Longworth gets Lis clothes and board only and nearly every man his " the same and yet he paid into the county treasury last year, in the way of taxes, ' the sum oi 6b.-u u ou. father expen- vc ward and clothing. The extent of Mr. Longworth'a property maybe judged by the number of pieces real estate which he owns in this city In looking over the tax duplicates. yesterday, we found that he was assessed uon three hundred and sixty-six pieces : on property, in his own name, within the city limits, and that he paid the taxes up- forty six other lots which have' been a leased. Four hundred and twelve Louse aud loti and vacant lots, iu all ! The total value of this property now can hardly be estimated. Six years ago, 1 "5o, when the last valuation of real tor ertate was made for assessment purposes, SOU lots footed up au aggregate of the 51,"4S.730 ! A portion of the lots have doublet! in price since their last valuation, and others have advanced two hundred per cent in value. Mary Lave doubtless re- to maiucu at aoout tne sainc ngures as in 53. His present residence on Pike St, . . enmnntinn Jia ntv.,S r. r.M.l.,1, amMmt lejon.1 the city limits. His personal prop-; tbe crtv is taxed at 5ir3.340. To bxik after Belmont riace." is put down on the tax at 1 $7,300. In addition to Lis property inside the these houses and lands to wat.h the ' titles aud rav the taxes to receive the rents and the'thousand grievances of " dis-: satisfied tenants furnishes lalor suffic- Tat lent and hard labor, too, for even an en- -toniay ergetij Jerseymau. Our western million ferrini certainly earns his bread and clothes. Cincinnati GuztUc. day as A Touching Incident. At the Masonic Festival in Medina, on June 21th, there was a banquet in the in evening. Among those present was 0.s.sian Ti. i t. . r ...11. i ... a , . A'ouge. no, iu ecu. -sc. was caiien ou to his sing. The song he selected was the "Snow Storm," written by Sena Smith. Mr. Dodge, before singing the song, narrated the incident to which it related. In the year 1821, Mrs. Flake, with her husband and : and child, were crossing the Green Mountains i ww i ti rr an mAtr utAtnn rsi l.-vrt- 4 Vwv a wn w- i uuui . v oivnu, .uc. am... v. a j . "eT isJf b 801116 n areh in Ir E akc froze? to dS?th' Mr. J.iake almost unconscious. Near , , ' . , . , tiillOCb VI tUOW, UU rClUUMH WUlCa Was T unwrappe-l ! II air ,, . . t, . , , . i. ' in ui.ii n.7,1 iu Lilt; ( unin li:' lu iiiiiLriiT a.aiai'L'vt ... iuv tmuiu.1 taken from her own tvraorL. Ti.--n ' , , , , , . .. . , a. t. ' tatten up. tne enna iookcu into tne I ace oi j rescuer and smiled. During the singing of the piece, a gen tleman and lady in the audience were dcep- . ! onc for affected, and wept copiously. The ma- f t. .t: . v:..i :l ' v"u ' 0i"uu""I wuu: couple, and wept also. 1 he gentleman .. , r,. . , , "vt.tC Tr " i M 77, 7 v- -e e W luc .' . lue "uj wllu . . f I tart, tatriuu. TT V a now to neutralize 'oion. a ccr- irsiwuuuui, oi uiu .,cw i orii evening i 'osc 'A poison of any ooDwivare description degree of poteucy, whkh has been in Smith tontionally or accidentally swallowed, mav rendered ahnoeit instant, v harmless It I amply swallowing two gills of sweet oil j individual wicu a should tike near nine of of were . very strong constitu- j ly twice the quantity, f . ... ... - " ' 1 0l1 woit Tlj neutralize i lurm of veiytable, annual, or mineral - , ; . . ..l l'ut. 11 1'U .. , " aua "-euusts n.vin-1 mm! ' A "Warm Speaking of the present "heated " the Perrysbuig Journal Bays: Tacally, thi3 is hot weather ! A lady star- lr'to .hc other day with a basket and a pan of butter. When she ar-1 in town, her basket was full of half- j years vcr aA.Vl-r.rw an,1 wn. vVini, ; mg pan but a little saur milk, a lock of red and a quantity of rock salt How warm it is !" We will forward that hat by Express, the I). & M. Kailroad, on w hich, they ; of borin" imriii our they run locomotives without any fire, ! I : A t li v T f F I . "uiicq rtn-n i errysjurg. j Atlantic & Great Western Rail Road. At the Annual meeting c.f the Stock-' holders of the A. & (i. Y. It. R.. held at the offir-e of the Company in Ravenna, on the 1 2th inst, t!;e following persous were elected Lirc.-tors: j traylord Church. John Diek and Wm. Re-nolds. Pa.; Jas. S II,i!r, Phil.; Geo. Wright -New lork; Manin Keut Tort aire Co.. O. : P,. I. Clark, Ashl.ind Co.. O. ; Jchn H. ChamUr'iiiu Summit Co.. O. ; Jiunos Coffiuberry and Peter Thatcher, Cleveland, O. ; Y W. S,iymour and E. B. Taylor, Portage Co., O. j There is almost an eutirc chan-o in the , e t, T, , e r. , , mcraocrs ot the ioam of Directors, several of the most eGeient of the old Board W. ing been dropped and superceded by new ; The vote upon accepting the Amendment of the Charter stood thus: For acceptance, C.171. Against 107. lue ioard of Directors orgnnized follows : President Marvin Kent. Secretary F. V. Seymour. Treasurer II P. Brainard. as Distressing Accident. On Tlmmlnv last a3 Mrs. .Tnbn rmmf drivins in an onen bu?v.' wh.-n nt, ! . ,T4 the Jefferson House, from some causa, tlie I tug hook slipped off the whik-trec, which let the horse furward, drawing the thills out of the harness, and frightening the boric and producing a runaway and total sniah-up of the bugy. Mrs. B. attempt ed to save herself by jumping out but bhc fell in such a manner as to break both bones of the leg just below the knee. She was tiken into the Jefferson House, where the bone was set bv Dr. IIawlet. and even- kindness shown her by the proprietor and his lady. .1 h!abii!a SentLvL A serious accident occurred on Monday evening, the a 1th inst, on the fann of Shelby Smith. Est., of Lenox. Mr. Smith's father, 7S years of age, was attack ed by a two year-old bull supposed to lie very gentle which, after knocking Lim down htaniped hiia iu a furious manner. The old gentleman is very much bruised, and it is feared he received some internal injury. He is in a critical coudidju. Ibid. t Drowned. A boy named Charles Lay, aged about nine years, son of Alonzo l.aej , residing at the foot of Wood street was drowned in the lafco on Kntiir.I:iv vMiin- 1IC was bathin-? in cmimnv wf. ,tf! cr boys, and livcl in deep water, when, as supjiosed, lie iKx-ainc ttranjled, as his nipauions say he was unable longer to help himself, and soon drowned The other feTf6 r J sBuuce, i iiq parents oi uie rxy were at- sent fi-ora home at the time, ami when they turned and learned tlte sad news, the mother was seized with convulsions and came f.r a time a maniac Yesterday her reason Lad returned, and she was wore calm. Leader 2'jth. The Stark County Ik mneral sayt, that Tuesday morning of last week, a man. named John Gongwar, who lives in the vi cinity of Hartvilic, had. his arm torn off above the elbow, bv the cutter of a mowing- machine. He was sitting upon the machine. driving the tram, when, from soiSe cause or other, the horses became unmanaieble, and ! Jurew mm ,n 3X1 u a 1'- as tocat-h Ui; ?nn ,n tae cattcr- 110 ls- uowever, in fair way of recovery, not much other dam- aSc haying been susUnuetL One of the horses stolen from .Tames Ho- stetter. some two or three weeks since, has been found at Erie, Pa., by Sheriff Hostet- of this county, who has leen absent iu search of the missing property durin the past week. The horse had been dis- posed of by the thief, who of course, had made his escape. A clue however, has been obtained as to his identity, and it is be boned that he may yet be arrested. Curncii Blow Dowx. The M. E. Church at Darlington, recently erected, was blown down a week or two ago, during a severe storm. It has, however, since been : .1 . i .... i , . "iiwik.h u, wiutoui tuuen uamage 10 t!,n!ri B'Ve Fair of the W. R. H. B. Assocition. At a meeting of the Directors of the Western Reserve Horse Breeders Associa that tif,I. kU at the office of the Secretary, on 1 l 1 If 1 1 rill last, j uesaay. vtctsnesuay. inurs- aud Friday, the 27ih, 2th. 2t'th, and 30th of September next were fixed upon the days for holding their next annual fair. The list of premiums, we understand. be published shortly. liurennu Sen. The St Louis Republican says a youth that eitv. whose home is somewhere iu Connecticut, attempted to save inonpy on : . . . . .. . journey home bv gcttinz himself ex-j pressed throusL Some one as fxdish as' himself had been persuaded to pack him loosely in a box of hay. There was some-! thing altogether singular about this lox, ' the express men insisted upon its being! onrned lapforo it lift, tlir nffi..- wl;..1. tw on aad in f-irner . 1' 1 1 1 . i - . - accorunsiv aoiic, ana tne youns man twtned a sea of perspiration was dipped out m The heat has been intense in California, mnT . stmi.a i.v -n J V . ..... nt-fc .i Marysville Vem.rrat says, that the very on the sides of the mountains, and along the fooUtill U o hot tl...t It v. ti, ' - - v ".. ' .mw Tni.ntrt nn tliaa 0'.I f TnA ic w. mouth and throat to draw it in. In Saera- degree more intense than it had been six years. A pupil Another Swindle. A man from Salem, . .. - - Columbiana county, named Allen Farquhar. e.i.. :.n...i .. om v.. . au;w,iiu; amuiraw 9iw ui uie conhdence game of borrowing change to a blIL Xt tra has since been found f Iazter and her daughter. Miss Temperance two eight ei.el i1-. lect 1-.''J. tn die'i. Ihc Uazi'ttc records ten crises t&e Id Attest, the jrascaL licriew. Sunday, the 17th. twenty persons suffered sunstroke, in Cincinnati Of these. sunstroke on Moudoy, seven of which fataL "What's in a name? Mrs. Temperance Baxter, of Hyannis, Mass.. have been pros- ecuted and onvictetl for selling iutosicating or , a 1 U t conirary to iavr. There is a brave man at Vinegar Hill, JoDavis county, Illinois. He is only 22 of age, aud has just l?coine the fifth husband of a widow lady CO years old. Siaie ot Xaaoiei to the ruary. ate Co.. Tsl. Mr. John Glass, has been ar rested for beinj extensively enaaged in p-.tss- countcrieit caut bills ana coin. a wife. The Postmaster at New Brighton, Be a- rin o.lici Jonea and Iaa.1. wutra avi4 be . , , . i-aterest MR ASHE. A gentleman from a neigh- The COUntV Beat. Xarth t-lllrvl -t nriP nf ' TOttUty ax. at, arin, caiiOa l One 01 l efte pubuc houses, a few days 32, in Search leJr .. . J "P He stated tkttt he had been married only about three weeks, and to be .-...a . trcatea in this way, vaslabati: lie seen)- w-Rifc I A IMPORTANT. VOTT FfFt TiKniLITATID. T'MI ARK VKRX'll'S. YOIT PP ",UK1I!0 ABOrT TRTWf.FS vkit TAJixor wokk rrn ekkot ' T'lfr tM .T FKFf, MKH WlSU AXTTUrtO Tor niVK NO APrKTITS MM' CAN SOT -"I.KRP AT Mi;iIT. voi- vyr.i. wkk. Tor rr.rh mzt. r. Mtr-avi'a Orrma Bitterr; j!:ey will ran rim withtu fail. l at-y .-rr wpir-d hy Pr. C M Ju-k'on. 4lf Arsh MI Ph!lvlt liihK. n.l are o)d ilrsrfi mH ttor-fcerpr in every ia.d vil'ie in tl rttilfM S'.-lt. rana'lw. ard Hoath America, ."nM r"' l.tlt:. Hf that the S'?nliiie of C. M. -on 'i nil h r per of rch bottle. J'y 'u. l-SU.-Jw The Bowels and their Functions. Vph,,,:l'i,h'rrt,-t,-,'"in!'Jl,'r'''' ")T. !!.. wl.ih all o0.rr bleisinp rf little w-iwnn. irtm it nf trtu tir.nnrnce u puirt r?L"!f J?JXJb m"t l,K ""i" ""': "i i iw inoiiit-i tm carry nr e r-rt thinr that i.oo- neceri-ary And it it impnMiHIe to t II what a luive I ainoDnt f sirkneffv ha heeo raed hjr Cfitiitiftfitlftn. ; r co9tirene: in o'her word., by not kfdnff the bawel rrular: it t. tee nuin road to alt difeael is the can of unnatural irritation t to mnro lioinc mfmlirane. of the tiowela. Marin Ir.jt their natural f trnth, tkev cannot perform aht ia required of them Hence, thebnwel become inlf tmed.and nn IcM jva 8nJ peMy reli.f. a thnasar. t other com p'Aint. are ever rea-ly lo dmr joo thrnnxha mieralde and wretched life. Such medicine mct be given at will cleanse the .cpmach and noweli. and restore thrfr narural ttrennh. Toaccimplih Oil there ia no enn nn4 to rlu.t l- a. tl.e-e Fnl ; all other medi.-inej ink In ntter insignificance when eouiteed to then: it areata a Ihooeh the Aalhor of Natare ha I deigned them for this a, well ki other coirplainu. Fr.ua two to five Pin. a day will increase sirenirth and appetite. u'i cieanie tae iteuiica aua intestines tram whatever o kiu ar. ,?h i, ii di rr, m c.muri. July , jm Marriages. On tiie lG:h inst. at Christ's Church, by Ker. C. S. Albutt Rovtor. Mr. John Part. raud 3Int. U-Al'tn ilr.aulU'ut, all of this place. WARREN MARKET. l'lour. per liM. . ..Ca0y7 10 heal g bush 4. Corn, l Oil 0;i Is " . 41) rmxivca " I " "oiituv;, Clover Timotliy tv-ans Potalora E!ra, 1? doz, KnU.T ft To Cliei-ae1 IJrid AppU-s CortWe " SuL'sr Orleans (liuion ' 100 'ct 123 illll) I') .V-J. .Va 6 f n Mio .l-'ijruil5 v n f Klak Jn-w.i VI 3 C t7 Hnv pr ton 6(o 6 00 r:U !?i.le salt "a. lit Hnuii tnoked Wh..l..Hi2 " 4k,ti8 W',k)1 . 3f)(g45 'H$ual Advertivmeiits mnt be paid for unn unntleu in. IIPL MILLINERY SELLING OFF AT COST! MRS. C. W. MESSER, AGENT, la SELLING OFF UEK KNTIR8 STOCK OF feUti.UKK 3IILLIEIIY AT COST, TO MAKE ItOOM FOR FALL, STOCK. BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, SKIRTS. DUSTERS, Ac. ARE GOING AT COST, si i lir siir. MR3. C. Warren. July It. 9 -4-x W. yiESSEK, AOT. t C A II D, The suSr;ln he? lrave to icfnnn the rabiie that tjr h.t,rcb'ed the rit mn known as vn A ia it the border's tpt-er Mill, and are now erecting a FLAX & TOW MILL, the we: .. of the rivr. and are ready to bay ps the hia-h:st market price far FLAX STRAW delivered at their mill, mowed or pu.ied, rotted or nnrttvd. 1. i". Kitted itne woM b- prefa-rmMa-.a-'d advance pric win pata. Miictenl tv iu!iy cnietmate tne fnr hN trrj MOofcK At CA-Mf. U'iiTeo, July 27, j3.-tf BOOTS & SHOES SELLING 0F AT COST, at Ja II Carrnth't. lollikin 's Block. Slain Street, Warren. Ohio. JAS. B. CAKRCTII. Also. n:. Caps, and Ktraw (.nods, at Cost, at Millikin's block. Main street. Warren. Ohio. July iT. I--.9 -tar Jis u CABRUIB. ORWEIala AC.DE.1IY. The Fall Term of this Institution will commence Moi.day. August e-.M.and continue TBiarika Wkxk. JAS. M. JuUMsrO.H. A. B.. Priucial M Priu. Female Department. TCITIOX. roinmon Branches, 9M.0. Teachers' ClaiS, d.fdl. Higher ltrancl.es, d.?. An accotuplislted Musis Teacher will t.a In attent ance. record of the rie;mment and M-ho'art!.ip of each will be kept fur the iuspcctiou of parcbta and patroua. S..hol boukscan be ohtained here at reduced price. For rooms, board, dtc . apfly to ol. GEO. A. 1IOWABD, President. Ju'y ST. l'S9 -3 AN ORDINANCE Beqnirinff a Side-Wast, oo the west side of the Ris'tt road. frin Uih Hueft tw the corporation lim 'is. tmj rra,l ht the uwner or ownrn nfany its on the West si le of ih Rtsetta roul, fnnu ptr,,. Bl tntf,, i.ton..t. liighsireetnouhtothccurion ; h.7d wc. i side tr.tlk in ft-Kr- of aM walk to h i.iaide atone, cr mwtd o-.k u:aLl inches tbicat.abd noi less than five, nor more tha inch? vide, said plank laid crosswise and foab to uith)e heej-ers. with iron uptkes. li f ht if said uwuer or owuers refuse, or net? to buiid said waik.l y th fert day of Si-ptrniHcr, U lilt II he the doty of the .zreet CuiDtcissinner ur.teee.1 and 1st down s,il .!k iu acenLtoce witil nn r",on vS wnn-B f. . . w Tii'ins f this itrcauc-;. oe. aoid the tm.a,e is hereny ' re;eltrd. Kr 4 That this oJ:Bia'e sh-tHtike effect as 1 be ; force from and a't-r its pulic-i:tua. Passed ia Cuorcil. July 2-kJ. U.Ji. Uirumu. J. M. BTITL. Kecorl-r, Mayor. W i the be Pre Shoe Pink kVwakd . win i aa w . . P. FSNK. f . in th Stat take notice I Lat A. Tnurstoa aud ltiam T. Katoo. of the County of Trwni.uli, ar.d of Ohio, filed their au. btied petition iu the Conn Conituou Pleaa aiihin and for tlie County of Tram huli in said cute of Ohio, aaiaial Uenjainin Feun, Kdward P. Fenn. Aoixail A. Fonn. Darius sVuodford. Parsons and LuiauC. Jones lo foreclose- a murticage riven by Benjamin Ftna to Edward P. Fenn, securj rhe payment ot $is, and annual interest oa same, at cieht rnrr cent, from th. Mth oy of FeU eM, ou the follow ink described lands, S:tu in the toarnaadp of ilrtf.d. lrumbasl Coun ty, 0:iio, t w.t: Is a part ol lot u. an.l nortn iiy land owned by Lau kJ d:rr-t.j oJrr P. of h-ing UtY. the west hounded as faillovs m, bT '" hitiia. aooth on land y mm. raiwn, an man . aaaei i racy. a. j. Mr. Ford and Or. A. Hint, and aesl by the North Soith center hignway. coMaimnat 401 ae.ea of Uie ii-eltuiing . ,s acr-a bo a owued t.y Asor Kob!Oron. arat not intended to oe cooveyeil Praving that part lands aasy be sold, and tiie proceed oi sid sale applied in satisfaction of said sum of money aad )f as rfvrvaaid due upon said promissory lots, said ttdward P. Fenn is therefore nobled (hat he rui"a Vrr and answer taid petition xn or Bt tne ojlllB jjrtBrnmy .ftertheS-ih day of July, the sasve will be l-o a true ak-int haoj. j line V i fit !.Tl Itt aiul IS 1 1 I a as V KaTlIN J -- ........ ... - ,ni byTUTTLB At STLL4, Utair Auornejf. I c Ja'y S7, A. le59.-w pieeea rr.D rati? fw rest . ! Hoasndhw: Cat tn tier ligat l,.lTMLAI, N ONL KKPT IN THIS MAItKKT- OF AS fnf)n MAIvR 23.X QTJAH.TEB.S Ol PATCH & OPDYCKE, THE 9AI.K OF THE MOST SFIXXDID A5 ADFLK STOCK Or (SADDLERY llAKDWAUK AND CAKKIAGE TRIMMINGS EVR KKEX IV WARHE.V, OHIO. i We are iiow oUtfing Great Inducement! to Cash and Prompt pay-bnyen. Our Good arc all Warranted lo be jtll a ri-prccitled. Tit fll-ri is m part mtr Mltek in trtii : !!?!! 'V-rt " eolor. Ebwm!I Cloth. 3m .ar.1. all wti iJ r,M MnmA Cthj .' " - rti ri-tit. -I rrvnrh.U-raah and Cntt.a Bskcfros 3le t 3.6 ymfyxri. - "fir., !; "nr-l r Patch & Op.l,c. 4 Piece, eiotb. Mack .. (n riialaj Pr RdMwr Cloth, warranted fa Ut loixir than rahber for lop. Jt anil ri .:. J : rrtach rlu,h- -;na.,n An.i . S.W'i Taxel, for l'irfar and P.ctarM. 5.0M" feet Mo I Kuamr!eJ IliJe. luarrie. ..jo ?eiia an Tarirtre.and ir.rt., t'uniR Band.. 4 UK! feet Ms. I Pi. luj, Lihr. Siia. Kaoha and Sa-eod' lroa Tack. "'" ' " eoninor, ruiap Jo.nU. ot hone and foreign manofactara. They are cheaper Una ye caw KAT STIchS at a er low trice. Curtain L.fihu and ail. moalamt. whip socket ekue akaat can a-.ake theia. II ATTS-taw and Par-or in immense Oinntitie 8hat loeka,lao?l?lal 1 1 . Ainor .or immense .cit llsrwa Tttaiiniugs awy be foand " aV, T"!'. "I ' ,ri"1- jp- Trm' of ,n'T Dor"- !orth-a A Denniatoa's aiake. . , " f A.l'adTreea 3uu pr. llamea. com. to fullsiL aUcraaka batwaaau, i-j ,'nnra of groft.ea of Blankets, IT diVereot patterns and qualities. " 1 dot Pin. from 5 eta. to 3.so each, many Twietiea. Trunk Locks. Hir.t. Spars, S limps, act. rr,. Ornament., from iue rood for noihini to the genaioe silver plated. r l.SoU Martiurale Kings, from little or anlh.nr .- t aoiaething. -.-., ?r XLW AltTlCLE. JIST Ot'T, OF SL'KPASSI.VG BEAtTYsf SOU grois llarness Kinrs. ail sorts, size tnd price. All aises of Thread. Waa an.v Awla. rreaant laepa at grer.tiy rclaeeil agnres Kelu Wen. Fancy Line Pieces. Sua,, fancy tfroaia. Iii pair auorted Roeetu. good, had and indifferent. A cnnnbl, aiMrin.n, .f .. .1 i . v . . . . . . . . ... .... , . .... warrsmen ruoa. noan.i anivra. beu knives, and knr kaiv.s. ,L ?"7 , '"' 'n? ""''" Md ! ,rt, everything neeiled for any Mrt ot a brnaaa. a " i - . . ' "ul'e.i isciit'e. mr taa I'aritnaae oi gnoas la avr line, -. w.u .tine very PH1CES. We print no joke, ' ,im, jw .avs-e tuan uU ottf ht to pay. W,n. Jnne a. 1JS9-tf. PiTIU will Inamrft mrrr t- nTNtarr nnytnjg, iway call a k limi t E Main SlrrrL lTarrtn. Shi.. ; Bjfor Jo BTinrr. ttq.. kirtroi U, Trumbull Co , ubio. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Rockvci: Wins lew j VS II; A!len KIce. On the 1Kb .lay of July. A D.. 1',, Joel Miner, a Josi ice o the Peace of .aid Town-nip. issued an order of attachment in te aiove named action for the saia of fif. six Collars and thirty-two cents. L. ;. JoNEs, Any. for FlSs. Uaitf-ird. O . July STth. I.'J -3d !un,;I..ni., ,rr.....i. ' ' llzrzz. eicij uwn-K.ut- ,aniwiiicoQ,taDtix keep on nrd WESJEIfN RKSERVM CARRIAGE FACTORY. JIT WJIRREJf. a is. The Proprietor desire, lo Inform his rJ;-5tV''r''n,1 tu Mtn.ns. that he wmy now twj-SWSf- h found on Libert, atreet.saathafthe nana. here a. Lrme,le k. i. m..,. a good assortment olthe mast approved styles wnicb for material, substantial workmanship, tndaleitaaee oi nnisa.snaiiuotirvuri'a ed iuthi.stinaoiOhic Tbnu- wiiutinya vehicle a ly kind, will .In well by g.7i Die a -.all at the . anscan eir fail in heilg aj.tc i. iitnerin Style, quality .terms or price. Paintinstnd l'r.triuiiidore in a 4Ceriortuanner and at prices t i. at will k ive atis'actioo. Casa willoe pa-d , and good pr'ces. ror the best of an kinds second rrowth carriage lumber. Warren, April ia '59. K. ft. WISELL. JU2IXSTX ACAUiriliML tliOOU Tb fa.!!1 Term of tht tchoot wit! romnce ti Mon.lay. th t aty Dibth dtvj of AuUet. A. l , ifit. aa I cutinae li wf;4 Incnu-iitii w II b- firm in mch Ir&oclm M wtil best Txcuxntuot.ate tUe saailent. A TRACHEltS CLASS Will be for men for th txitfflt of thnt- wUm desire liiori-cttljr lo quitlifj iheiniM-it fr tnichuig. 1 KRV8 Or TUITION. Ft r eewmon Kuans' Uructic. f W. For higtrr - - 35). r'oi j.iipiare4. - - 4,cu. Vluiic oi iirnaftnhip extra. Bird in Z'o.l Um ltes ru ' e oHain. at rate eorriKDiiiutf with ihe time ll.?e tr tUa a )r numt-rof fnvics ru'tiv)le for mnjr who may desire to htiani thruyrlvrs. For fur lier pitrtira ars ciniuire .. tiy of iht fricnilti of slucuioo tu Jobo-ton.or of ih I'rincipdl Mi CtLI A. VK1IB Tocher of Mae. A. D. em AD K.N, A. B.. ftiuc'tml. JohostoD. Jaly Untt, L'iy.-? F LAX STRAW. We will n.iv CASFI or Tr.vt- r Flax trw delivered at 'Ur Mill, either MoWPD or Pt'LLI.O. KOTTKO r L'NKolTKD. it r-.vd and in god or.i-r. Pnlied flax most i b.Mln-1 in ro.Nl .iaed bamlies, and of good length. ABH'ITT Sl llMilJS. Newton F alls July go. l-j!-a- JDl&SOLVTIO.N JK I 'A KT. E li 11 1 P. The Partnership heee:ofore exiting b-tween Tarner A McCI .ne i liii duy disvolved bv mut'lai consent All notes and Lock account of the ftriu will be Settied by Alien Turner. LLT.V Tl K.'SrTK. V. W. XcLAXK. Kinsman, July 4. 159. O tf U T YZS H ON.- letter from floa. Iffwii. Brrxrrr.tothe Pabftihrrt Btrton . r'th Jane, l--9 Geirrrtvtrt: Tbe ox caoUioing thm T(ew of MOCNT VERNON, arrived yrsteM.j- 1 ,ra icreatly ol''-d to ou for thi pTeuiajr s,ecintn of printiair colors, which. teidet its irterat a rfre9eota- tion of the spot, which, more thin ao other, en J ears rlf to the heart f the euiintry. is worthy of atl-o- tloo as a occt&l attt-a.pt to placa works of art of Uii kind, wtthia reach of the meat aw the cwtv .oity. 1 rein. gent leaieD, with saany thaBhs.eic- Tery respee:fnll yors. ypARD XTERKTT. Th orier hTe jnt isDf a picture of 39otrnt Terbon. in KIr"TKtN OIL COLORS, hy a acw mi im,rovtd proee9. by whirh pictarea that have hereiwliire enst frosxt 43 t f5. ran be farnfohrd fr ftft eet.ts. Th sse of osr eincraviiir a l.4x! inehe ; on heavy saprcftlderev. pbute ppr. Fricw fifty cents postage paid to any part t,f th raited Stales. ! II BYKAM ft 0. IK Stouih Third street. Philadelphia. TTT,AflENT3 wanted la every coactj throat?hoa Vnion. June 13. Ir5-. 1 at ENDERSHiNED recparifully announce thai they have, this day. formed a co partnership lor the practice of Law in Truev.aH aaat a.iiin:ngcouptie. under the names POKaMsTda BL K 5KTT. W.o. FwaKisr also irac'ice. in the l ulled St:ues Courts, in the orthera liistrict of Ohio. Toe t.ote. by careful attention to ail the business in trusted to their care, to aaerit and receive a share of poMic conudence and pa'.ror.agc By p-rmtssion thev refer to Hois. R. P. Ka".t-r. Cleveland. O. Messr. S F at F. I. Pssktiss. M'.j's. Cleveland lion W. L Fxaaiaa. Patnrsville. Ohio, stesnr. Cnarraa Ar Waonafnv. Jefftrson. 11 n. H1.!! VviLlrea. Conueiabt. " D.vin Ten Brier iiill. - B. F ltorras. Wwren. K. Ilin a: n. a. Cievrk.au. M i"TLirr. CoiumiMi). Cnasvea liavoKB. Cleveland Cms. L. Kbodbs. " OXre on Eaa: side of Public Square, (fonrerJy orra pied by Uoa. B. F. lloCman.) Warren. Tramball Co., Ohio W. O. PORRIST, Juce 20. t!. 11EN BY L. BL'KN-TT. GOOD AND KKL1ABLK tAT a a T ft A ' 3 5 U M9. a"! al J a) B T TUB Hartford Fire Insurance Comp.iay Intarporatrd in 1MB, with prrpflnal Charier. CASH CAPITAL, 3500 000. ASF ErTS, January 1st. IC59. ftH.miS. With an experience of nearly HALF A CBN rCK T, testtnr its character anil eapacity, it is enmmendeat to fiutilie as f ft mat mf and reliaMe cnruorationa ever created to xiv FKOTKCIION AGAINST LOSS KS BY FIKK Hales and rale a liberal as solvency and fair profit permit. Lv.ases lUitah'v aCjntef and PROMPTLT PAID. Anplications solicited and Policies issued. Ely 1. L. ri Liii i:. Jane I, 9. JiOEXT JIT fTARREjY. Ntw Lealhrr and Finding Store. VC. McCONNELL. t Millikis'b . Blot a. V. ia Stxxxt, Waaxxa, where can had a: all time Oak Sole Leather. li em lock Sole Leather. B A. Sole Leather. Omn-eo ol Leather. H T. City Oaif, Ohio Calf. lUrhor Standard Shoe Tnad, Best S i"ch Coharw Boot Weob, Birat Linen B.iot Wet. Beet .latin Francins, Beat Cotton aad Silk 6loon, P-st M. M. and l Pat. L-ather, Cotton. Silk and uoittir Laeets. Shoe Blackinf. Shoal.ler Stick. Shoe Hamtars, Meaaare Straps, Shoe Pinchers. Shoe Kail. Shot Punch-. lloH Vails, bh. Nipper. Shoe Tacks. Awl Rla.le. M-arure Stick, Shoe Knivea, Z.nc Nala, Awl Iiae... Heel Balls. Pea Foata. Packard'., Ink. Peg Catiera. fuaimer Wax. Xrmrmitr (A pfaea, M1LL1KLVS RLOCK. Mas I", rZ. Main Street, Warrea. O. Pomestie Kip,, t'j.per Leather, Calvntta Kips. French K.ps, French Calf. laea Jersey Calf, Cpeheen Binding, Turasua Morocco, Vadras Morocco, Tampieo Morocco, .rh Kid, Common. Bindinr. t'ochineal Linings. Maroon Liuias, Bruahrs, Lininys. CHEPalFF S SALE. !la t:ouu or uotnmon i ica of Vrumbnil Caat-ty. Willi im Vagina vs. Thooas M. Wolf, ctal Ity virtueof an alia orderof sale. Issued oat of the Coiarti.f I'anmal Pleasof rruml.naCiantV.Ohir,. me and delivered. I have levied oian and shall i i-ui.lic Saie. at the door .f lia Court Hons, ia Warren. Trcmouit Couuty. oa $alurdny, the 20th dar of A ag-t, 1839, hetween the hour of 10 o'clock A. -M., and 4 o'clock M-of said dav. Jrrmih B. Wop's andirided half the following d'ribe-l Heal Katate annate ia llah hard Township. Trnmball County, and is known as part of l)t No. -' . ard is boan..1 aa fotlewa: Berintiinx at a post standing on the eaat side of said and run. ing south aiopg the road leading from Ccutr of HnuLard to Brooaflcld, to tiie south east corner of I'jt No. to; turns west lo the soata-west corner of said lot -" to a p.itt; Uteture north oa the line of said ltd ailss fust, aa 1 frm thence ea parallel to the south line of raial lot lo a p"Z. or a-t.V j p!ace of begieaing. containing fifty acre of iaad. Alo. another tractor Iaiu in lluuhard, known a of let Ko. de9crird and hounded as followst steglnning at a post standing in the nortkvweet corner . lot of land belonging to John Haywood: these running along the road leading from the Centra oi Hnbhard to BrookHeid. to a post standing aa the line said road so tar norti. aa that a line running weal ,triEh, ,Bgle said road antil it strike, tha west of lot No. ti. and thece aa said line to the aorta. . ... ai.. i. I .a -k. II i corner oa ei .una u.j.w. - wuv mm " lade within said lines sixty acre of Knd : Both containing one hundred and ten acres of lead. Tae said andiviuefi aalf is appraiaea at iweoty-sw. Hundred Dollar. Tajtaa-Caih. ars 0-3c, Wsrr-w. 2-atj t-w. at August a4iiMintnieut DR H. TUBES will be ia alteidanco as follows: W, ,,!,. National Uotel. Friday. Avrast ISA. Kavaaaa, Prentin ll,e. Taeaday. Aagaat Kh. A.BT.si'La. Ashtabula liouse. Taeady, Aug. lata. Far CIf(:.. .yea all dinosea Tkrtal. Hurt, Ltmtr, waa Bmmtlt, JTidaaaj. a Sflfm. Jilt,. Drrr,f. Owtt. Jtkn-Uuat. rruai, UtUlitf. iy.,.. ftmtlt ii.w e, Agmt aaat Vr. fin, Jmfuritirt mj IA afl.d. trmpluf, C'.acrrv, CUcrt. aud ail other varietie of lung standing complaiuu. both Kxleroal and la teruaL For some tea years. Dr. Trass has devoted hi entire) li me to C areo ic Umuo, treat! n g thousands annaally . Eiany of wrioea aa cxlusuted every other resource within reach. l.v au caaa abb siuiu ea oraaa Pouoa aarLOTk. aoa aua aa sals mi t. sail wan., oa TBaa ana a to si il cr aaaia. Th ssedt. cines can e taken with safety by the moat delicate, an I patient may reaiaia at hoate. and eontinna, with pruleuce, their ordinary e!i aad eaercraa. Many hare recovered auder tte treatment after friends an, physicians have had givea an all bona, the ladisaatay ble evi.ieneee of whiri caa always be foiaiabed. Invalids, huwever reduced or licapairing, wra tavibva) tocail,aud cay bewaavared that no encouragement wil be given or ex,eue lucarred. withoaiacorrasuoadiaa; prt.pect oi rec.i.rj Wiiuiav Uxovx: Iowa. Mt. ISJ. r. Traaii, 5i : llooioj it m-y encourage earn trefairiox invalid lo aeeSt rd'at from suffering, t ive below tlie facts in mv own ease. Taa tret pre cribe.1 f'ir m in Sept.. 1 had aaaa aaffariag or y-ais froaa a complication of diseaaea and las uui iliea of the blood Th. lait ttarea years (exeanli; .tea week) I nail ieeu kept a prisoner constantly ia "ed.and at that time was tootee'ist to sit ap to a ctair 'onceaonaa ro have mv bed arranged, a-ar caa.'d J lani up ght upon my feet, aly satfaringa. wara aitbout ia.iermi.aion, and at tiaaea were very gremt. !ee iiuj and derauiceaieo; Kenel u pervade tu .a :ire syMetu. All ttiat kind frien.ls. and an arteat hjrs elan coul.) do. had been dae :or m. 1 kaus a lso uaed dttl-reut kiads of .a:eTai medicines. hich acted as palliative, but failed to accomplish te d.sirea "ject. s'rota the time 1 commence your Ireatmett. Lucre was gradual improvement. At the ead of a tear weeks 1 w able to kit ap an hour at a time, and in s x mouths rude tea miles ia one day. ,'roat tha iiae improvement waa more rapid have sinew aera) '.ble to jourbey wrest, rod am now enjoying a go.4, iegree tf heal:h. I feel that to your tmatment, asd.r '.lie blessing of Oud, I am indeb'ed for l.f and coaa tunable health. Y aura wita much respect. Mr. M K. BCMISB. Mr B. resi.-fed during her sickness ami vhlr aa der treatment in Munson. Oea&Ka Co.. O.. altera as father. Mr. Chester killer, still remain. Cleveland & Uiahomng Eailroad - TIBK TABLC-SO. IJ. To take effeet oa aaj fter February 10. aoiaa a.rr. Cleveland t. Tuangstown. Mail Bap.! " AM P ail aJ 3U 4 U, Trie!' r?4i 4 41; 7:4 5:ltii i5 a1 ,:36; ' 9:.'Xa 8.3lij u.4k -tell P M ! I Iri3 T:t lt:4i Tit: II il I.UO. :!(,: TRAINS LI1TI Ckevalaad. Newbarxh. Plank Kaaai. &ol.n. Aarora. Man taa. Oarrettaville Windham. Braeeville. Leavituharga. t arrea. -iles. fiirard. Brier Hill. Teungstawa. aota. wraar. Taaaxstowa t Cleveland Kip. Mai. A M P 3t te:4A :0 Id-Si Ki 101 3 33 :47 SiS r 4:i 9:l 3.51 :37 3:l aJ :S3 7:4- :l " 7:37 x:0 7:l! 1:34 :ia :SI.I 1.09 a:!!1 ;ua MAKING roSNBCTlONS. At Cleveland with Clevehn.1 At Toledo. Cleveland. Ca. lomhas at Ciiacinnati. Cleveland at Kri. and Clever land at PittsHarKh Bail Roads. Kl S-1.B. with Hacks to Charrm Fall, Ac. Mantaa with Harks fcr Kavenna. Braeeville with Hacks for Netoa Fall, ek "Warrea with Uarlts to Sharon, Ureeavili. Mead- ville. BloomSeM.Caaaeld, A. " Toon ret own. with SUxe to Near Castle. Low.,, Poland and Knon Valley, and these hy P. Ft, W. e C. sUil Road t PirtshnrKh. Teh. lo, l.-i!. CilAS. L. BHODHS. "apt. THIS WAV TO PATCH tt OP D YOKE'S, I OBBERS of Soldier? and Harnena ant the heatirst inland dealer ia) tr line, ww - . . ,f Carriage TTCeS, ikenj, and . an.l extent la 1 115. tw T-imrai ira. Caarriacc goola. la the Stat of Ohio, -aforeaatd." PrvtvarvJ for a heavy sprinir B$ ' ,A k. . au ...I -a....,1..1i- ' stuck of ctauil in our liue. w Bolts invite the aUntuao of uui Mere. Barnes, mak atlirrs, to the variety anil of tbe manaiacture and JoldiinaT trisslh. gnoii we are mv tvrei1 tosvll , . nt on hanil, or ma.le to or- riDCS, lier Sjileadjil atn)! liarnea. IoCaaS. bertvy Iraft stylee. guod K-atlier, . gai trinrinitiifs. gx workmen alOinlS. enaljlea u tu turn out first rate frillllaat f 'U Oil Cloths. Mat, lirtt-hea, Dairasks. SaJ.llesv (large, hiK. UnillCS, little an.l small, inena'. youth', Tlirfatd, . ..iu aua..'i i. , j .v. cheap. PATCH i OJ'DVCKC. June 8. V II p, .Tlattresses. 3Iallrfsc. HA1K, JENNY LIXD. HUSK, ant SlCA-GilAJS MATTTttiSNS, wall adapted ivmt Tirad Nature's Sweet restorer. Jaat received and for sale paaae priett, ty TKt k?l(LL at TOHNSa.VD. . June lat. Ipi. - Whips, ; Knaps, Warren, O. " V7ARREN PACKARD! At the 'Tall Crick," Warren, Ohio, HAS on tiand targe od eompleiw aasortraent of HAR.DHT a.ttC At IRON. rr taa Winter and Spaing male, coasistiait ml IRON FOR WAGONS. f PRINGS ek AXLK1. I RUN FOB Bl' tali VS. BOXIrt at BAM.S. IRON FKRPiAOTKETIl. BOLTS At N CTTS. IRON FOR NORSK sliOkS. SPADBS A HHVLI, IKON FOKKVLHYTHlNaJ. PAINTS 0!L. SL'UAB f KKK BRACK. PAS1! A DOOR, CAkKMGB TRIMMINGS. SWES11B8 lRll.t, MECHANICS TOOLS. NORWaT NAIL ROUS, BBLTlNUat PACKING. WIDOW OLagLaiC. )l Cl 2 A 3 HOOP PAILS, for tala lo Feb. Ic59. AT ANTED All the Shoemkt U v v to call and bay Sole Leather. Cpper Leather. French Calf. American Calf. ' . Boot Morocco. . Dress Moroeea. -Pegs. Last. laininca, 5ail Thread, dee., aV In hart. everrthlrg pertaining to the Leather and. Fiad.x Trade, at the tow eat prce for Cash. JAMBS Mci ONNILL. by the ouantity WakKIX PACKARV. w 7ANTED The Ldie Jo call and, r examine the full and complete stock of Qaiteta Boo La. etippera. Ch.Ur.u's rhoe. 4tc. a VANTED 5'JO Lflies to buy nka v T Heel Gaiters, Congrrs Ileel Gaiters. K 4 Peel Boots, Kid aiippsrs, at JAMRS ScCONNKLL'S. WANTED Cash! Cash!! Cashlll f fexai In Cash, la exchange for BoaU aia Shces. at No. iu Main Street. JAMBS MrCOtNILL. IXT ANTED Evtrjbody and ihelr 1 V wive to buy Shoe and Root at JAMBS McCONSatLL't. 7 ANTED 5000 Cash Customers t buy Bool and Shoe, at JAMBS McCOSNKLLw VA NTED Ldie to buy Full Fox v v Ga-ters far SO cents at May la, IfiJ JAMK3 McCONX ELI'S- CARPETS I A Urge sssortment tvl reduced priae. for sale by 1-HCK.imWtHACO. SILKS ! SILKS 1 ! The largest stock . ever broa.-ht to Warren, for sale by PKCK. BLKWILL At CO. .- . SHAWLS! ! Picolomini. 8ivna' Brocaa, Silk Caahmee. and other Tarletlea, rk WAXRSJI DM iOOiiS STOJUF.