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iimm ( EDXT0E6. !,, WSSY, OCT. 19. ;-- The Fair. .The result of the first Fair Leld upon- the bow a::l enlarged Grounds, hy the Trurahuil County Agricultural Society. ha3 which they are ar.propria.ted; in Use taste with which t'.:cy hive been laid pit, it 13 universally conceded these 'Fair Grounds no superior in Northern Ohio. The pleasant though a little cold, the lira erow3 of people very orderly, the quantity and quality of stock, and ex-: ticles cf all kinds in advance of any former of the 1- in J. On Thursday the concourse of people in attendancs was very lare, we heard vari-jcllj ous cstiiaatcs cf from C000 to 10,000. Cattle. The number of Puihaas and grades far exceeded any previous cxhibi- in this county, and the quality would have done credit to a State Fair. As usual the township cf Ilowland bore off the palra. J. F. King had 50 head cf full blood Dur. barns, many cf them superb animals among them was bis bull President, purchased of t'assius SI. Clay, of Kentucky, which has ta',enthe Urst prcmroa at one or State Fairs. President and Lis progeny attracted great attention. S. S. King ex hibited a 3 yr. old of the Locomotive Stock, purchased of Cassius or Erutus J. Clay, End a number cf other Cue animals. Z. T. F.walt showed another; the one formerly owned by A- Push of Liberty, .rsa Mr. Van Meters herd. P. T. Jameson of this place had one froi tit herd of Brutus J. Clay; also some good cows and young stock Harris I.wait of Howiand Lad a splenuid of white 3 yr. old sieer3 and other r. Dillon brought a number of fine anunil-s one cow was noticed particularly. Harmon Austin (President of the society,) Chas. Roberts of Vienna, John Beeves of Howiand, Silas Lewis, of Farmington, Dr. Vi'alker of Lilrty, and J. Long of Erock eld, each had soma very Cue animals. Others, (the namc3 of whose owners wc could not Icarn,) were there, all making a ehow of fine cattle of which . Trumbull County might well be proud. Sheep. Scih EksLecII of Hartford, as usual defied competition in South Downs. Mijor Grove cf Lordstcwn exhibited some fine wool full blood French, and one Span ish Merino, which were hard to beat We were glad to sec competitors from other counties. Among there, Mr. hues Beards Icy, of CanSeld, and Mr. Allen, of Ells Torth, Mahoning C. were conspicuous, each of whem hid seme capital specinieES of Cce'wocled sheep. Of Fat Sheep aid large, middle wool, there was a good. show. Mr. Fulk of Lords town exhibited a lamb 5 months old weigh ing 111 lbs., and a luck one year old :1 1 CO T. TV -N- fr.TT f,.11 i, t blood Saxonv, bat we ccuid not learn who - were the owners. . , Swme. Ihcre vrcrs sorae very large , , , .. annuals, and cne or two pens of fcuuolks , . , . . t which were cf tne first class, , ., , . , , . Fowls. The Saanguai fever Laving .c , , . pjbsidcd, a re-action is apparently taking v , - .: place, and there were but tew chickens in the coops. One pair of large Turkeys, la belled Rocky Mountain, looked wonderful ly like the common wild tarkcy3. Arl cultural Implements, there was a large variety. Of Mowers, there were Kirbys, the r.uei eye, AVoods&a Mr. Jas. Beed of this place had Flows and other im plements, Mr. Boardman of Xcwton Falls, cbo had a number of riews. Chas. Mes senger had suudcry ingenious things, Rota ting Chum, Seed Drill, Horse Rake && Hcnricks Rotating Peed DrilL attracted attention from farmers. One of the most perfect cf the labor saving inventions on ths grounds, was the American Gate, exhibited by J. A. Treat of Tallnincke." This'is anti eacging, self! latching, and so ccastructcd that the whtel cf a carriage wiu open tue gate anu a.ter passing through, will shut it again. Jlis uame i rap was anoiccr xucaiuus uiiau, as was also his' Clothes Tree, which is for! the special convenience of the ladies. The first Tlow urcd in the township of Johnston, one of the oil half wood and iron machines, brought by Timothy Bradlrv, Esq., was sociewhat in contrast the modem articles of Messrs. Recdl and Bcardman. Manufiicturcd Articles, In the Hffli- v f ri V-rt nf line, jlrs. -.lesser -na Jirs. iving oi t 1 a '"tivedis- tms piace, eacu luauta cj aiuu-.uii.-ui- play, (it the number of eyes which gaied eo long in that direction were any test.) Messrs. Jameson & Co. , and Mr. James Beed, had each a large lot of Stoves of all varieties, and handsome finish. Messrs. Parks & TTentz occupied one end of one Lall, wiih their exhibition of car 'pets, which was highly creditable to their tisie. There was a large number of articles cf Domestic Manufacture, many of which were Ha ornamental as useful such as Quilts, Core-lid Carpets. Hosiery. Embroidered nsmons, Mippcr: Messrs, Trucs-lcll and Townrend made a very crciitabia show of Furniture. Jl H. Allison exhibited a costly and splendid harness. W. Packard and E, H. Earnara made fine displays of Hardware. Howard .& Kceler showed handsome sclens of Man ufactured Marble. Carriages. L. K. Wi?ell had several & carriages which were the observed of all bwrvcrs. Cheese &. Buttcn-of the Trumbull County Biaples there was, of coarse, no lack. Nicer Butter, and richer looting cnecse,couiaEocuref.tl)C be found elsewhere, we arc certain. Of the latter, we saw some lronj uie naines oi, Fitch Lewis o Basctta, and Jcs. Pieree cf Champion, Of Fruits and Vegct-ib.es the show was; far better than we had supposed posdble. The' Apples were very large and fine. A f . Prs and smiV large Grares were there, rears ana . c . "' Such PotP.to-s wc never saw at airy lo not been protected with the greatest care, rendered the difficulty of procuring a suf "havc ft.ient quantity for the purpose, almost in-weatherw-is s-peraUc, but it was done. The pyramid , 0f DaLlies, was the gift of a lady in Kins the man, whose name we did not learn. The ! tree which bore fruit in the shape of bo-o-oa.sion t ivtis of flowers in china vase was the wort j 0f Mrs. L. D. Cr-il, Mrs. A. M. Kobbins Jir. jr, l rrazier. Mrs. J. M. Edwards, of Canfi.ld, sent valuable coutra- ; irjtj0IjS t, department Many ladies j 0f tus piac anj viciuity did the sa Dic tion j A kr,e part 0f fa ue array of pjcturcs, , canlc fronl fa gallery of Bobbins & Lcroy. j (ir ju Tas unrioJ ;n Lis exertions and ! j;j mor3 than any other man, but not more ! than some of the ladica) j of Mri YMlAAaa furnished , erd cf tte most tifj of t,e paint. more,. gome landscape, a Lead of the j 0f Eraccvillc. was a very curious af pair j fj- 1 displayed much taste and ingenu stock. ;tv. goiac rrC9sed Flowers in cene frame JEcrFalr. Tie .Scotch Kale was or:i.n Swslittai Sjrnp-wag i-fcntj.aiiJ aej was one specimen or o oorjttnm u-.ir .which was cjuallj cs white as loaf sugar. j Floral II.ilL The committee of many ; ladies and a few gentlemen, who had charge 0f rioral Hall are deserving of high praise, Loth fr the taste displayed, and the iaJef-iigaole industry wlrich collected to- all tLe Sowers in the T.ciuity which had Savior and a Madonna, by John Crawford. att racted much attention, as did a head of j a young girl, by Miss Lida Vt'iok. AVc noticed ens painting, and one drawing of the Falls of Minnehaha, and Hiawatha, Maj-in;, the name of Mrs. Mary Martain StoTr s;stcr of jIri L;j Martin Spcneer. wl03c intins take Lih rank in larger coitions than ours. A mealy picture, J srranCj i,y re. Hughes' and Miss Good- by Miss Maria Harmon, were beautifully arranced. There was a beautiful pecimcn - of IIiir wor;.f fcj m Goc of Bt3ettx The number of curions things was very great There wore cabinets from the Hirh School, and others 'kindly loaned by indi viduals, containing collections from all lands, copper ore from Lake Superi or gold from California and Tike's Peak, heathen's gods from Ceylon, wooden shoes from Eunnah, lava from Vesuvius, stalac tite from the Mammoth Cave, coral from Otahcitc, shells from the South Sea, it, There were bird pictures made of feathers, cases cf stuffed birds which were still, and canaries in cages, which were not Floral Hail, with all its array of beauty and art crowded full of living, talking, laughing, ladies, was one grand picture of itself. (We must not forgot the excellent speci mens of Penmanship, by Mr. C. M. Wilbcr, of Bazttta.) THIRD DAY. i i j I i i I ! The rain which fell in the early morning laid the dust effectual! v, and made some P1"3 f the track somewhat 6iipritry. It ; , . , , . , ' J is prooablcftls3 that the ram had the effect . . . ,, , . to prevent some from attcnamc. but nevcr- ,, , ,, , , , " ,. UeleFS, the ncmrtcr of people present could , . not have fallen short of five thousand. As , . ras tie case witn the cattle, the number of . .. horses cxmbitcd wis Tory large, and the quality was excellent In the young stock, . , . ,, . , A, year olds, the improvement in quality, over any former Fair, was Tory great We have never seen at any State Fair, any exhibi tion of this kind of stock, which excelled it Horses. In this class the number of enties was large, and the Committee had plenty of work to do. In the clas3 of Roadsters, the number of entries was larger B'dlL There were seve ral pairs of very fine matched horses, many Hue single horses, and some of the fast nags. As our article has ali-cady stretched to an unwarrantable length, we cannot go in- 1 to .particulars, bat refer .ta the premium i list, which wc publish to-dayi The Fair was a complete success in every J WM onc of tbc , cJU!ly rairs cver hcU b the Stat5. The Election. j mge majority for the l.cpuucan iK half . "2. Judge Banncy ran ahead of Lis ticlfct 50010 55 Totcs' 50 ti3 wonOcr with FPrify was not so wonderful as it neipuoor 01 uie j.;enocrai, ana ouuse tan nery c j The total vote in this County was49G0, might Lave been. Judcc Gholson falls be- Ld Mr- 1 just roles. Our ! Jiruuauiji niBuuiiu luai jhj smau a result haTdly justifies such a waste of the raw material, if tU the pictorials, lies and abuse which were bestowed so liberally upon Judge Gholson by the editor; and the insinuatiar.s, the stories of Bigger auctions, in Lie ppceches, by the candidate for Gov ernor, only changed rix and a half Totes. The Republican vote was light and the stsy at homes number from five hundred to j a thousand. Mahoning County Las cone noWy, elec ting the whole Bepublican Ticket by an crage majority of about 400 Totes. Our by a majority of about 1600 votes. The Result in Ohio. dcction of 4 r.epublican U. S. nator plaee of Gwrc R - The Republican Stata Ticket ia aleeted by a majority of about 17C00. Never be fore Lave ihe Tro-SIavery Democracy ex erted thcnitlves mere than in the canrasa : just passed, and never before have they been more thoroughly routed. The Legis lature will be Bejrablican in both tranch es, the Senate by about ten, and the House by twenty one or two majority. This se- Appointment by the Governor. ' xicsmCj jn tbe office of Judge of the Court of Common Picas of the first sub-division j tf be ninth judioial district of Ohio, oeca fjw si3ed the iwbjnatirn f Twter. 1 - . Gov. Chase has appointed Hon. Jocob A. f fVi1nmv- ,,, untv t. fin tll. 'giji r snjnsiiasyanrn-ig-mr.i AESTEACT OP THE OFFICIAL VOTE OF TfiUHBULL COUNTY, diven at the Annual Klecii.n. on Tuesday. October 1 1, 1859. tfvTcroor oTe.ri.or e:ie . 3 ri SI - OF Towsi.urfi. a o i I! : i IkTT4 IC3 1; U 4 7S I' 4 i.4 "n, l-4 ? ; n-3 7-- HH HJJ TH, ;. M ;-, r fcLiOVial U M 4l H ?- Hi 3- -6 3; 3 I t-S 3'! H 33' K? M H 3- "! 3-1 U im.'.iTviLLK i-si ?'! Ht su! m i 144 i- 141 a 144 - 144 s! 144 so 144 s-j n j 144 s' m BliHTttL 14, l?Ji f-il i: e-4 l:7 64: 137 fii 137 4I 1311 lt J37 t4 l:v t,3 137 K3 137 3 134 iKN1KfllO Ill 111 111 III III III ill lit III 111! Ill lit! K'5 111; ill III 111 111 I HI 111 111 111 III OHWHOV C :i! 67 W 67 ;S! 67 ;3j 67 73 97 "3 IW 13 7 :3 f6 74 7 13 67 '.y rs F4.KVINGTON 174 41'' ITS 4i: 173 4'i 173 4-lj 173 4C 173 ! 17 4!i! 173 40 l3 Alt' 1:3 V 173 40- 175 f 'Wl.kR lrO saj Ut tr- Hi S-l l.-i S-j 1.1S 2 I 'AS Si !-! K l'-'3 S71 Iri I'M el I'.'l (JHSWX j 13t f-i 134 i-0 13- S'l: 134 S- 13H e 138 Sli; 137 in. 13 SO 13." 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S9 3 Sit: S S9 94 99 j 59 M S9 S SKWf.W : i:4 13-i IM K'3: 137 I43' 137 1-.-3 13i I-.'S 137 i:X 130 Ki l:H lei! 114 143 13i 12.1 13', Hi 137 S'H" rUINUION j 1U7 5. 11M 57i S-! H 1 1(H i-t HH 1:4 5i u 5-: 11-4 5H 1M S- IIH 54. JIkS VKI.N.N 1 V4 43i 74 4: 74 41 71 43 74 43! 74 43 74 43 74 43: 74 43 74 43 73 43 74 VIKNXt I l-?3 3-J l'.:3 3u 11 1v3 3l H3 S'l' 1-3 3U' 119 3J 13 3l 1S3 Jll -.'3 311 103 30 1-23 WARKftS I 3 1 470 3-3 .14 S33 34 511 3-S i!h3 S".3 374 Si.. 3-3 S3 S4 3-3 SS3 3-3 Sj 3!1 WtATUM.lfUkLO ! lii III, Ii7 113 1..7 113 l.'.U IIJ U7 113. 157 113; 157 113 117 113. 157 113 l-3 150 114 117 I ( ! ! ' . ( 1 TTU, 1 3143 IT-MI S"? 1731 314 l'3i 3-.'(; I7" 3I" 1"4 3IOT 1731 3I3H 174 i' 1'37' 3lin 17.11 394 1737 3ISI 1T3M 3IH a-iiur jTre urr , a' Etue of txmim. Workt. I Ju.I.e Ccnuil S: a ( o a a : I : I Scattering Votes 2. Annual Sessions, HoarJ of KqUklia'n. l'ru. AUornt-j Sheriff K 5 4: 7S 144 135 ! ,5 61 34 171 S'.'l 191 1117 IS-2 141 ll4 4i 64 111 1-26 9-2 53 1H 94 137 1W I'l 37 1.17 SI 41 l"l Ci 30 III 1-1 4u 9-' 1:1! Hit 43' S9i 94 r 11 Yes. C2$. Annual Sessions, Xo. Trtuurrr iCunlui'r. Corotier e t a 91 liv l i-o 1 04 7-t r.- r-7 , 13 4. 1-3 4U t-S 3! "0 4-2 f-i 34 1-24 V".: 143 30 V. 3'ii 143 t-9 09 341 13 1.3' 137 ( 3 137 1 3- 144 64 13i 63 91. 1 113 till Ill 111 III; Ml HI in V44 751 C3 75 67 731 45 Ti 64 731 149 41: 174 41 173 4! 131 6S 174 l' SI3 4-2, l .'J 124 S -4 f- 4S- At 3i 13-i 19 i:'li fl" l:-G SO 136 SO 11-" Si: 1-iS 94 14.4 S2i 147 S3 147 94 1"5 45! Ih3 4 If 4 45! l-4 44 177 44 9v9 t-4 43 7 f4 4!-,: .4 44 -4 44 i: 1IM 71 101 71 70 ll'l 711 111 174 70- 1UI '! 119 64, III, 65 ll'l 70 1-0 31 1 1-.9 33 111 3li 130 31 131 30 14 l; 116 144 106 143! 113 147 117 143 S61 1-.3- 51 li 54 1.3 .'.3 124 53 K'3 17H 44 13 49 W7 K! 1 '3 31 127 3'i l'ij ii 95 99 .-. S:4 1.3 31 Ui (fj 124 123' 131 1-26 136 1 9 131 1-24 1:6 1:14 Sfli 5! 1''7 53 llrt Jp-i im 57 ltg St, j6t 40: 75 44 74 43! 74 43 74 43 117 41 114 39 123 30 )W 3H 1J7 30 LV. S3i;- 3'JO 544 3-6 370 5-27 3M 9.VI 6. 113; 1.4 114 jit 144; IK 114 1W 113 970 1.-J4 3037 17'J7 3144 1771 3 9 177 3 3li79 174 49611 TRUMBULL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. LIST OF PREMIUMS Awarded ot the 14th Annual Fair, payable when called for, by the Treasurer, B. N. ROBBINS. CLASS 1.—HORSES. Diviaoic 1. Uoinvrnns. SiuUitKin, -t yrars ol.f. -t pmn S.V to I'liilo Thompson: 2.1, 3. to Jftc-fcs.1:) V. i'liia.ns; ol, to V. jlaaich.V.LT, Ca;.fi!'.l. Stallms. tlirr yfr '1J. W- prem to Jaim-s IN-oil, Kiiisii)h:i: "i!. 1H. to J V I o-t-tTB. Mecca: 3.1. l.to Fia:.k X.'Li. Stai.liom.s. "2 years M. 1st pivn 3-', to J W H.-nton. Vi arren; !. LoU.to liui Uali..-, Uuff land. Btt.xi: M EE!. M preni. t J W H.lton; 2.1. 1..V.1. to J CJ Wilso.i. tt'catli.-.saclJ; 3i, 1. t K liobliins. N:Ks. Scckiio Colts. 1st lirem S2, to Saul Downs, W.irrvii: 2 1, 1. to J t; V iL-sm, 3 J, iifc. to Jiar- ri: Jt G.it. Hal fori! Gn.tiiNcs J vr. !.! nJ occr. 1st rrn, $7. to IV.cr Ft:lk: 2.!, 1,:D, t.i .Sa-iil C I'noe, .New- ton:3l.l. to A H Lncli. M ccx Gti.niNGS. 3 vrs M. lt preni, S2. to C M AIcU. Mvi: 2J. IJtt). to R'.vi'niiiii Ja-kvin AV.-atlmrsoiia; 3J, 1, to Dwi-'lit KoWta, GuHtavim. Gni.r.iNcs. 2 vr old. t,f r7em. S'X to V II H'iti-li:n!: 2.1. 1.5.'!. lo Ja:iirs Uai:ielt, ilecca; l.to li:irv Lt, Vicuna. M3ES 4 vrs old s-id over. 1st prcin, $0. to J A H.iMlm. ChaWon: 2.1. 1..VJ. lo Xatlia.i FelL OratiewilUn 3d. I. to .las Noble. G-wie. Mks. 3rsM. 1st jm-.-n. $'J. to AI:ht HW.y. 2 f. i Jjl). t Jackson V."illia;us: 3J. 1. to il II i'.vkt.'v. Vicuna. Fillets. - vrs nl.l. lt prem. $2. to Jt.lin C'liinnock: 2;!. I.M. lo A V Tafl. Braceeillc; 31. 1. to W R ll'WfK. Ilowland. Yk4RLI Colts. 1ft prcm. $2. to E If Brown, Uowi!iiul:2U. !'J. to ni a:i . vc, tteatu-crt.fi.-lil; 3d. l.to M it Maekey, Vienna. Match en Gici.mxus, 4 id occr. prcm. $2. to S S Judd. Gusavus:2d, 1.50. to CariiM Vil!:.vas, GusUtus; 3rd, $!,lo.' E Austin, Hartford. Matched Maeik. 4 ami orcr. l.t prcm. $2. to K.-uhcn Grove; 2d, 1.50. to J Kikennsid. Jackson: 3d, I, loJN McComb-. Champion. MAtcucn Gklmmcs,3 jri old, prcm; $2, to Ed mund Chapman. Mac!ied Mares, 3 yrs old. prem, $2. to P B Lew in. Broke StalUnn, 1ft pre3i, $2, to Ja Adam. Hmvcr, I'. Broice Mat-sand GcMinra. lt prcm. $2. to A S Robbina, Warrca; 2J, 1, to Alexr Park, l'.iiitta. SECOND DIVISION. TROTTING. Trottinc Ptnlliooii, pr-"in, $j. to Thompann. Trotting M.irca or Gelding. $3, pretn. to J P.-a- d itrT. Yountwtt. Walking Horse, pren, to T"arr:i Slaw. Mecca. MaieVd Trotler, (i3, prcm, to Wm Fee, Ba-letta. THIRD DIVISION, DRAFT HORSES. .Sta'Iiona. 4 a id oTr,lt p:em. to J D llrr. dinv. Joli'i-ton: 2J. 3. to Jowph liailcji, War n n: 3d. 2. to A Ii Maia-a. Kavtta. Stal'in. 2 vrs ol !, lrt pre:n.!2( to Orria Sbaio, lirooVri-ld. Brond Mrr. lt prcm, $2. to .Ta MarkT. Vie ina; 2.1. 10. to Saul Kins:, UuTrk-id; 3d. 1. to .ovn!our Be:inlt. Mcce. Sucii'is C:!t, 1st lire n. f !, to Seymour Ben- rcti;2d. l.to Adna Ilailcy, BracevilU; 3d, Pile, to tawl Kiiijr GIdini!,4 a id over. lt prcm. $2. lo Jc-ome H. -land;21.1.50, to li. H. Duitniiun; 3.1, 1. to Al iam did. Gc'.linpa. 3 vrn old, l--t. 42. to J C Co-ilter. Ha-t-f .rd;2d. 1V1. to Justus Uoalani, Baiytta; 3d. 1. to B-njamiii Jackson. GeHintrt.2 tik oIiI, 1-t po-in. t"-. Andre ws, Howiand; 2d. 1.50. to W It Hcct. How land; 3d. 1. to Zel.ulon VanHontcr. Warre'i. Mar. 4 and over. Jt prcm, A2. to A M Jewell, Hnl .bard: 21, 150. t.. Harri Kwalt. Uo Uiid; Jd. 1. to "a:bia FelL Ma-e. S r aid. 1 ro-m. 2,t.i Pfter SliiTc'v, Lnrdtown:Sd. liO.to A S Clyde, Salem; 3d. I. ti Milo McConibs Howla id. Fillerii.2 vraold, lrt pw'". 2. to H r AS Austni. Bra-eviiie; 2d. 1.50, Ui Hiram Osixirn, Lordstown; 31. l.to Abram Weisn. Cha'upion. YfU'line Col:. lt prcm. .2, to A mold Scoville, Warren: 2d, 1.50, to Tlioir.a Jo-iok, Weath cr!d;31. l.toTitiw Pierce. Farmini;to;i. Mtehcd Oeldin a?. 4 and (iw, 1st nrera. $1. U Sa'i'.l Fu!k. lmrdlown; 2.1. 1.50, to N liTii.i. ilrcca;3d, 1, to Nobla T Haaon. Mecca. Maiclicd Marcx, 4 and over, prcm, $10. to L G UaUbcT. 4TH DIVISION, WORST HORSES. 1st prci). $2, to Jolin Cmv. Braecrillc; 2d. 1,50. tr t. larton Ja:'so-i. Warren; 3d, 1, to John Blackburn, Brnccvill?. CITIZENS' PURSE TROT. ls.tp-em.$i to Ljaa-ider Bolton; 2J. 10, to J pjadmore. SWEEPSTAKES. Prem's. $5, P. Thompson, & $5 to L Pelton. CLASS 2. FULL BLOOD DURHAMS. PicTiox 1. Bulls 3 vrs a:id over. 1st prcm, $5. to J F King; 2d. 3, to B P Jaiatnon; 3J. 2. S Kiiir- Enli.2Tr8 old, prcm, 10, to Maxwell Kon neiiT. BtiBnl yr. old. prem. $2, to John Chinnork. Ciws 4 fc over, lt, prem. .5 . to.S S Kini;: 2nd $2 to S A Lei. Farnjinglon; 3rd, $1, to B 1' Jamewin. Coff. 3 vr. old. milkinp:. 1st prm, 2. to J F Ki:iT; 2nd, 10, to Leiiian Pal ner;3rd, 01 to Howe.-. Cowf. 3 th, not milking, lrt, pram. $2. to J F K im. Hcif. r. 3 ym. old. K prcm. $?: to J F KiiifrJ 2nd. 1 it) to S Bh illms, 3rd. 9 1 ; to U liower. Hcifera. 1 vr, old, 1st. prem. f J.to J F Kinp; 2 id. 15 to J F K11. 3rd. $ 1; to C B.nw. IleifercaiTta. 1st. prcm. S.00 to Abnffr Ruh. 2. id. 1.00 toj F Kmc. 3:t!. 5'Jeia to J f Kinij Bidl calv, lt. prcn:, 2.00 to U F S AnHin, 2nd. 1 OJ to Morria Iddi.igv 3rd 53 to Joeiaii liobbi:. Bnll, with lwrd of 10 calves. Diploma to J 7 Kins. Howiand. Devon heifer, prcm, 1,03 to W R Rerre, How land. Yca bi-.g PaVewell Bi'H, Di:ret"onarr prcm, 1.00 to A'oram Oh!. Jackon. albo l.CO to W 1 Io:iclman. Jaekso-n. Th? Cwnmitlce 0:1 fall blood reported that tl.a display of I)nrlia:n waa crceedintjlc fin, and hishly ereditabia to tiia t.ckbreujer of Trumbull Count r. DIVISION 3 CROSSES AND GRADES. Boll 3 ti. orar, praio, 2.00 to J20. Long, Bro.'.k5-ld. B::ll 3 jn, old, prem t.OO toj- o. Clackborn, l:-c;ll. ' Bn1 ca:T4. lt prcm. 150 to Jaa. Knnedv. Howiand, 2nd. 1 9S to lcwa Hort, Warren. Cowa.4 yra, a id over, 1st, prem. 2.0'J to John l,ong. 'dim. prem, 1 ,uu 10 jjaxweu a.9nneoy, S.-d. 1, to A II Lrn.ai. Warren. Cowa. t yr, inilki:ip. 1st, prcm,?; to J F Kinp. Snd. 50 to SauL Flick, JLorJU.wn, 3rd, 1, to B P Jn!on. Eeifera.3 Tra, laUprem.!. to Lerr.as Talmcr; 2nd. !. W J F tint: Snl. 50c. to O Bower. nefrialyr. l't.pre'n. 153 2nd, da fl; I.tI, M)ca!l to j t M.-i(r. Heifer calvtw. lt, pram. 1 50 to i F King; t.-id. fl. to Ha 1. D.:rr. Warrea. Pens of rwrlin. 1st. prem. $3; to S S King. 2:id.f I:toJ F Ki-ip Pens of calces, 1st. pvem. J?, to J F Kin. Dinaior 4, Wiwcua d tat Cattle. Yokiof working ea'-tle. 1st prem. $1.'to H Holland, Baxetla; 2nd. 150 to V ll.iel:ua-i, Lorditown. Yckw of 3 vr, old atecrs, lt. prera. $3, to Ha-ii Ewall; 2nd, do 150 to O Bower. Yoke of 2yr. oi l ateers lt, prem. $3; to C Bjrar, SwL 1J0 to Jonard Scwrilla, Tna, 3'd, JIMttLSc-wslfc. Taikts v -i'liii:TB. 1st pmn. to i' Dillon, Mo !.- i(l:'J:il. 10 to S S Ivi'i-. - V'-kt-s .f c.ilr.-i. 1st pr-ni. $2. to Jniiot Trow-; fcri.lcn!, Ko-I.-r;2:ul SI. in J K Kinir. stall f.?,l lmll.wfcs. 1st, j,n-iii. J. a ii 2 u. $1. to Harris Kw ait. Grasi fed bullo-ks. prem. 150 to Abram Old. D.s-'Mionary. Fat Co. v. 1. lo S .S Kinir; Sur' CAifjJo to Junot Trowbridge. DIVISION 5, WORST CATTLE. W.ptvm.9 to BP Jaun; 2..J. 15'J to Junot T?oTbrid.'e. 0 SWEEPSTAKES. Bulk. P.-mn. $3. ! J F Ki;ijj. HoirlancL Conn, jJ, lo a .- ivi:iij. CLASS 4. SHEEP. Saxony Bucks 1st prem, 2; 2nd. 1, to II L Woodro', Cluin.piim. 3 ax.nv Ewes. M t rem, $-; 2nd, 1, to II L ..i: .fMmi,. French Bucks, 1st prem tn. o.l 1 , 10 A Ik-arusley. Catinel-I. 3 Fieuch Lvei, ltprcm.$2;2:id I lo A Beard-i-lev. Spanish Bncku. 1st prcm, $2; 2nd 1 to A W Allen, Jr. Ellsworth. 3Sps:ii-h Ewes. 1st prcm. $2. to A W AlU-n J;;2!id 1 to Kdinund Yale. Bracevillc. Long Wool Bucks Kt prem. 2. to Dan Fcns- ti nuaker, Jackson; 2nd 1 to A U Fuller, BrU- toL 3 Ionir W0.-1I Ewes, 1st prem, $2 to Or; in Sliaw, VtCii: 2. id 1 loll B !e!d.:i. Mesoisitan'.i.t. Soii'.o Ijostii 15i:ek. 1st Drem, $2; 2,.d 1 to S A BiisbncH. Ha-iford." 3Sot:tli Down Kmi-s. lut prcm. $2 to Reuhen Grove. Warren; 2nd 1 to ; A Busline!!. Fat Sheep. 1st p'ctu, :J2 to Francis Murdock, JolmMon: 2nd 1 lo A C Fuller. Bristd. Six Siaith Down Ijimbs. 1st prcm, $2 lo Bcu- ien Grove; 2nd 1 to L G nfatlhcws. Warren. CLASS 5. ASSES AND MULES. Jacks, prem. $3 to II B Eclden, Mesopotamia. Jenny. 1-t prem. $2 lo U B Belden; 2nd 1 lo C Merrill. Antiiilown. Sucki:: Mules, preiu, $1 to F B Lewis, Bazetta. CLASS 6. HOGS. Fat n.!:. Kt prem. $2 to Wiu White, Warren. Larjre Breed Boars, i.-.t prem, $2 to C Bower; 2nd 1 to S H Ewalt. B:na!l Breed Boam, 1st prem. j- to J W G.xid- rich: 2nd 1 to KeuU-ii Will ariis. Larce Brivd Sows, lt preio, $2 to A C Fuller; 2nd 1 to C Bower. Litter of tii;ckiiir Pig. prem, S3 to A C Fuiler. Discretiouery, $1 on pen of pigs, to A C Fuller. CLASS 7. FOWLS. Shanplcea. prem, 1 to Elistha Walker, Brace- rille. Poland, prem. $1 to S A Buslmeli. Kn'tf ird. Tiirkeyn, preni. al to D B EstabrooJr, Warre.i. Bantams, prem. 50c. to C Boer. How'aml. Ducks, prem, 50:' to Kdtrard Dickey. Warren. l.'sbl'Hi. prem. 50c to lla;rv Brierly", lowland. Fan Tail Pigeons, prem, 50c to Frank Frceiija-!. Warren. Trained Stool l'iireoris. prem, 50c to M II Lat tin, Bazetta. Litter of Kat T-rrii r. in cae made and Taint ed by hoy 12 years old. prem, $1 to Alfred U BtarJJi.-y, Lordsiown. CLASS 8. CROPS. srEC!HEs:s. Hungarian Glass and Seed, each 5t)c lo Jo KwviK, Howiand ' Kin- I'll lips Com, 60c to li ch'd Gates, Hart ford. Bine intern S-ed Wheat, I3c to Abrarn flld. J:kon. 7hilc Flint Corn, 53c to li E Austin, liar: fold. G.rir.1 Sccil Com. 53c to A C Fuller. Bristol; !s:) SOi- to H n Belden, Mcanpotaniia. H B:'fc!l Tiiu.ithy Sed,50o toCII Beardrity. Lordsto-rn. CLASS 5. BUTTER, CHEESE &c. Better. lt prem. 2to Mrs Isaac Smith, Fa- E.it'.a; 2nd Mifcs Helper's Don ewlic Ecouoniv, to M:t. Elisha Walker, Kraecvil e; 3rd 50c io Mrs Maxwell Kenne.lT. 3 Flat Cliecs.-s. 1st ircni. f3 to F fi Lewn. Ba- z-:ia;2nd2 to Janes K -e.l. Ki'.niai; 3rd "Donictic Economy " to J A KihiT. (Tiilav:ia. Mapl Supar. mS prem.t3t.i Mm W Ha ri:.i;l.ni, GreeHe;2nd 1 to Knltw ilcams'i. G s avu. E;n;. lairv C'1-eene. 1st prem. i'l to K Bennett,, Hartford; 2nd 2 to Parks a id Went. Warren: S"d "-IVomiSitie Economy" to Marcus fi Gates. Hartfird. Maple MoiW. 1st j rem. JM to M:s Wm Ear-' ri:it't"'l- Sorshtim Syrr.n, 1st prem. 92 to G Simonda, Lord-town; 2 id 1 lo . enry Ha'sh. Wa-ren. Loat Bnal, prrm, 1,03 to Eiiza McCrackan, Warren. Currant wine, 1st. 50e, to Ruf:ia Bramm, Gua Uvirs. 2nd. 5k-.to E B Jo e, Hailford. Pit-kits! fruit, 53c to Mr. Huti.s Hean.an. Cider Vinegar and A-fie Pre-erstl, 50c to Mrs' Kilt. rkanan. Pca !i Butter; 5'A-to S X Bea-n. Artificial llo:iev,50c, to J C Coulter, of Hart ford. Variety of Vegetables a-ra lffed for the ta'ile. tijsKi a platter, 1,00 to iit livings. Brace-Tille. CLASS 10. HORTICULTURE. Apples. lt prem, !2, to J B H:a-i!cy, Lirds- stowii;2d. l.toS L Aliell. Howls-M. Pears. 1M prem. J2. to E B hMres, Warm; 2d. l.to Ii. QnincKi. 1st prem, $1. to Andrew Davidson, Warren. Gr.i;. Ut prem, Jll, to Egbert Forward, Fowl er: 2d, 50e. to siam'l C:a g. Bra.s?ville Cab! ass, prcm. .Vic, to And Dnvid'On. Tomalixs;, preni, 50c. to It Brierly. Onions, prem. fiO.1, lo Samuel Downs, Warren. Bct-is. prem. 50e. to And Daviistn. Parsnips, prem, 5lc,to And. Daridson. Sqtialie, prem. 50o, to Henry Ilarh, Warren. Pumpkins, prem, to A llneh. Liberty. Swrt t Pola1; piem. 50e. to And Daviilson. Common Potato-, prem. 50... to Henry Harsh. B:p;ets. prem. 50c, to Mr Wayne BidwelL tVIerv, pretn, 50e, to And Davidson. Top Onions, prsm, 50. to And Davidson. Chinese Yarn, p''ii. 50c, In BSleTctia. Warren. Radish. ir:n, 50c. to P Shivflv, Lordstown. llatt Busiiel of Apples, extra, 50c, to It J Stewart, Vienna. Turnips, prsm, 50c, to Morris Iddings, How land. Carrots, prem, 50c, to An.l Davidson. Warren. CLASS 11. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. DonMc TIow prcm $1 to Jss Reed. Wsrren. Ste-1 Single Plow prtm $1 to W Lesiugs, Eraceviile. Cast Single Tlow prera $1 to C Boardman, Newton. Funning Mill prem fl to R J Miller, Bristol. Cider Press prem fl to B Gillett, Wa-'ren. Ccllivshir prem $2 to Jas Reed. Horse Kakra prem (I to Charles Messenger, Warren: Straw CuUers prem $1 lo S. L. Abell, How land. Mowing Miehines prem discretionary to Isse Kirk, Eliswortii, $1 on Buckeye "Mower; 2d (1 to John Reese, Horn-land. Stiear Mills 1st prem fl toJoin Roberts, War rin. 21 $1 to Asahel Terrell. Fowler. Self-rciimr Carrisi;e and Farfn Gate prem $1 to J A Tist Tallma Ige. S If Setting Gam Trap prem 0e to J A Treat Cloth's Tree do do do An endless hand D.ig Powft for churn, and a broad east seed awer. exhibited, were though' srry meritorious by the eumraiUee, but they did not find the numbcis to as to report the names of exhibitors. CLASS 12. DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Homemade Fulled Cloth 1st prem $2; 2nd Jl - to Mrs Rulua B.smin. D.iranitie Plaid 1st prem 2 to Mrs E V Brown ' Howiand; 2nd (1 to Mr Maswell Kennedy, HowUnd. Domestic Flannel 1st prem $2 to Mra Morri Iddings; 2nd (.00 to Mrs Maxwell Kennedy. Woo eu Carpel 1st prem $2 to Mrs Morris ld- ' din(5r2ad 1.00 lo Mrs A Fuller. Fowler. ' TfcxS & Cotton Cp7'efcaJ;5ereLipnapc prew 1,59 to Un Sydney Da ris, .WSwea. I j 1 j Rue; CiriM'; )-t pp-in $1 to Mrs W Harrington; Uii.I J.l'c to Jim r U I art. Kmc viII Linn DiHr lt j.-ni $2 b Mrs Hufu- V. j man; 2u.l 1 ,00 to Mrs S M KnuuJy. Uow- InnH. 1 Coverlet lt prem S3 to Mrs W Levmea. Braceville; 2nd, 1,00 to Mrs B Sheldon, Fovr W. Bedquilts 1st pnm $2 to Siimh Cadwnllader, Howinu.l; 2nd 1 .0(1 1 Mrs J Greene, linz (la. T,,7 V'l'-'l $V" J"1'" ff Hw!..l; 2nd 1.00 to Mrs Jaa King. Biiztta Stocking Yarn 1st prem 1 to Mrs Morria Id J dings; Snd 53o to Mrs L G MutlUws War I rnf Linen Thread li pr.-m $1 to M Isaac Pit liff, fowUnd; 2nd ail lo JUrs JUU-h ilaeli- .,, M.eea Siocking in-em We to Mr E B Jones, Hart- ford. : r-. . rAi. If T r . T rKX.Ki" prem 10 jin. nunc i.uninii. I ........ -Ml. Mi. A Vn i;.-.lec W.r. C.tton Shirt pn-in $1 to OtrolincFee, BazUa. i.rein 51e to lies John RaMiff Cen.-1-al .ss..rtmei.t of UU-tliing Discretionary .fl to F P Reed .t Co . Wsrren White Sva.l prem 50e discretionary, to Mrs W Uumntrtoii Silk Patch Work Qnilt Duentionary 50e to wr: is 3 L-siv o Mi. Green. Bnzeiia " rich Patch Work by crnl C year Dia. iflc to Fur wartl. Fowl. r. Sbkine. by blind woman-Dia. SOc lo Cfln line i ounflT. (lirard. Ti.lv l.v trirl 1 1 rear olJ Dis. 53c to Frank Asrs r. Warren. j ' j ' : ' t CLASS 13. MECHANIC ARTS. Two Horse Carriage jfem $2.00 to E K Wisell Single Carriage Oj-n IJiiri;y Kann Wnsfin Double Harms Si nir io E.le Tool Ciflings lilaekoniitliinj CooT Wotk Cabinet Work IO lo lo do lo lo do lo do do do 1 .M G. o Hake. 1.00 Tru ii.-a 1.11 (t TownsenJ, t.-i cu Cooking Slores do Farli Siovea do Marble Monument It do 1.0'JJa. " '" 2 00 John Kabl. r. I .I'O Ciia Howard, , do do 2.1 do Turn Tal.'.e Apple Par.- mowiTiQei.ioussn.1 S'XtLdar; nM uneven .,rleUisereti..ay ,-rem l.Ull i c an Gor-kT. V ai-ren. The Report of the a.raruittee on Unelaase.I Articles," was receive.l too late for insertion ia litis paper. Il will 3ear next wei-lj . I, . j 5:iil 2.H0 E U Allison, 1 50 d j 2.ini A J Turin-r, j ' , - . ! Special Report of the Committee on Worst Specimens of Horses. pleasure iu The Committee take great announcing that this grand feature of the Trumbull County Asncultural i air. was a ,!.. ni0 'I l..,e- raimt ,1M -lj. wupi.li. cuw.i.o mmij .c.-. ' the owners of thc horses entered for pre- imuras, that the Lands.)me editor ot the Youcg-!town Register, whose fame as a imiri-iif. iniW of hniw fli-sli tins cnrr.Til 1 J 1 so wide, failed to make hi3 appearance. Yl.rl.f.t 4l.Ia Trna AtrinfT frt WMllf: r.f fllno on his part, to fully prepare for the onerous duties of his oftiec by consulting Youatt, j Dihld, Earey, and other standard authori- j tics, or whether his declination was owin( ' to the fact that the horses were not labelled, j and there was no special means of distin-! guishing them apart your committee arc ; unable to ray. As each liorsc was warran- . . , . i ,i . n i i i-.. tea not to run away, anu tne ou.u not nave oeen personally enaangerca, tuc t-ora- mittee presume he was ignorant of that fact or he would have been pre-ent la order to fill the vacancy occasioned by the absceucc ot tae lamented Colonel, Messrs. Francis Andrews of Hoivlaud, and A. Wentz, of this place, were appointed. The House! The appearance of the horses was, (so far as words can describe them.) as follows. The first was a charcoal colored gelding, entered by Mr. John Croy of Uraeeville. He. (the horse, not the man.) was shaped somewhat Hkc a lean giraffe, his ribs king the most prominent pnrt of his bo.lv. He had evidently seen many snows, had ring. bones, a fine promise of a fistula, and his eyes were not good : bat thc crowning glo ry of this horse, was his fore legs. These were about thc shape of a sickle, and he balanced himself when standing, on thc toe points of his hoot's, and when traveling went partly on them, and partly on his knees, and emphatically scratched gravel as he "dragged his slow leugth along." The owner, an active youth of about 70 years, led his horse to the judges stand, wearing a long tailed butternut colored coat carrying a faded cotton umbrella, his long hnir gtreaming back, and chewing tobacco vin dictively. No. 2, Was a venerable Hack marc, which must have heard a great deal of thun- dvr in iter time, (wuien was long ago.i ior she wa quite deaf A spectator remarked that she must have been stall fed, but if w, could have had little else than thc stall eat, being a traveling skeleton. True. she had such strong constitutional orjec-. tions to travelling that perhaps it would be j well to say she was a standing skeleton. , She had ring bones, and a spavin, but her , strongest point was the largest pole-cvilth:it;mn(emanyfricnJs probably ever grew on a horse's head, it be-: - 1 j. .i : c ii 1 . ing auoui. tue aizc ot a suit uuvicr, uuu naa the moving cause ot thc uommittcc Keeping at a very respectful distance, and also of awarding to her the second premium. No. 3, Was a brown nag, one side of which presented quite a rcsjiectable appear ance, but on the left, just back of the shoul ders was a protuberance almost exactly re sembling a eide-saddlc. (lacking the horns,) and if it had only been supplied with a stir up, would have answered all thc purposes of that female convenience. The nog had a bereaved ixprcssion of countenance, sugges tive of short commons and few oats. (Ihi3 might have been occasioned by thc heaves, with which it was sorely aflicted.) This re ceived thc third premium. No. 4,, Was a small, old sorrell, blind, spavined, had curbs, and was poorer than lion Quixote's Kosinautc. His haunch bones would have served (or a hat rack, and his narrative was abbreviated to the ut most His Lest points were sharp ones, and if he had kept still he would have got a prem ium, but be put on airs, and walked, trot ted and even galloped, which last effectu ally ruled him one, er te nse a jockey phrase, iisiyd hina. - ' j a lioeral rjuid of '-pigtail," crushed it sav-Ulsnk.-tin? aelv bctwin hi A m-imToea -ei.l rl,',.,l Ybeu the contestants were ready to start from the judges stand, tlic proprietor of Xo. 1 became impatient to enter tLe rins. and anxiously enquired how lon it would be until they would be peTU,ittcd to start? Tbc Tresident informed Lim tbat they should be allowed to go around in a min ute." To wlnoli the facetious groom res ponded with much emphasis, "we shan't go arour. l in a minute, though." an announcement that was fully appreciated by the crowd, and strictly adhered to by N O- 1 mid lll4 OIW.r;ITinM-if aJ mimnitl!..,j T, , . . rM(lvili. . , " , ? 0 S " - tendant and sole owner of Xo. 1, procccd- ed to divest himself of coat and hat, and comtiitting his doffed appearel. together with hi-i faded umballa to the kind care of the President, he refreshed himself with : , t . , -, . . , " " T"'"" , solemn siiencc. stood the boy who had charge of No. 3. his heart palpitating like a trip hammer, iu antL-ination of winninrr th- rcl irrn wajthcy start-d. t!ie bipeds making vigorous at- tempts to run, which were as vigorously re- sistel bj the qUsidrutxHls, wLioh bein the t W;cs ofcourse baJ tlicir owm 'i'A. m. r a,lu l r-llc 01 progreuwi SL-tUeU tlowu to a slow vral.;. VIUC lit. Ill II (1 WsiS aNO. ad. 01 TOle-CVil notorietv. in i:rnr ntf:n?iil ...ii. .i i tr . , , a SUikCj, tllC nUCT preferring that mode of locomotion to leading or ridiri'jr. choo- BicharVrC.t,,Sad?a'U tkl a c'osc rwxiiuitj to tbe frj.crant arjma that encircled the old mare's head Like a halo around the moon on a foqgy nihL eallop, a movciacnt he cviJently was not , i . t . .1 i- Jy. accustomed to. but the prouurnlity with which his rider plied a heavy switch, , t, ii J . ' eccmed to make the old sorrell aiisious to1 . . .. . . jump OUl 01 ills SKin. Apparently Ucter-j milled Oil this feat he did not Wait for the , .... . , word ""o. but rushetl on desperatelj, as v on hi3 ?-! "'enuous eseruons. 1 ,C MDC OB WI "uomc stretch was wortliy the fcnal of, r.n artist I irst came the sorrel, leaping 1 1 l-l i -, nP a"d UOWn IltC a Scared COW, VOCltcroUS- It OhftAWil 1 ,T 1. hmtfJ 'I'l.,... w.n.A cnA T .tV4 " 111. UU.l.1. lUl'U ..llUt. 9UC e . , ., . . . . ji uu pictiu, ill a lively iroc, uu no A . . ii i . i k '7 V T th.e boy with the fldc-sa,!- die shaped horse, pulling vigorously at the bridle, determined to lie in ahead. Then came the old man, with his crooxed les-rcd nac. Ixith in a sort of easy do 2 trot '1 he 1. ..ll 1 1 L I XT. 1 it. .11 u" i'uiicu uo't anct ituu mucu, tne om man chewed his puid and looked coinpla-i ccut. Knowing that thc worst was bound to come off best In the course of time 4l.n ;ilrfi t-f., twf.. ...uow.u w.i.oiiiu 5 uciuic lot indues stand, ready to receive the awards f tim.if SUMMARY. Distince onc half -mile. Single Heats. minutes seconds Xo. 1. Time. 19, 59J. No. 2. 19, 21 1-2. No. 3. 11, 47. No. 4, 6. 17. Committee A. AVcntz, Francis Aa- - Wm j,. a A AJama Pennsylvania Election—Buchanan. The Pittsbngh Gazette of the loth puts aown the election of the Kcpublican State ticket by Twenty Thousand majority, and thinks it probable the majority will exceed that round figure. The Legislature is de- iJ.cd0' Kcpublican in both branches, there 1 euS majority of nine in the Senate, and about forty-two in the Houe. i his will I;TUns a majority of Clty-onc " J""1? hM' election of a Iub.iean State ircasurer. 1 ,knt .La;ha:n thc Dcjnfwatic TJ " weight of ms prcs.?nec m lenn- sylvania for some time previous to the elec tion, and returned to Washington after staying just l"iig enough to sec and hear how thc people had voted. Ijincaster City which gave him 900 majority for 1'rcsident turned its back upon him and his party notwithstanding his presence, by giving over 00 majority for thc People's ticket The consolation .Mr. U. picked up as he travelled through Lancaster and Yor ; coun ties was of thc same sort and his reflections, as he left the Keystomc for thc White House, mast have been far from comfortable. Death of Dr. Jonathan I. Tod. i,09pitai in Cleveland, diet! at his residence Jn tis c;tv on -rhursday morning. He haJ , ien a sufferer from inflammato ihe rheumatism, and for many months prc U vbu3 to Lia jeath ha(1 j,, fad to his rooin J)r ToD rCpn.3f.ntcd thc Trumbull Pis a tr;ct Jn fa ohio Senate juri!,g the first tcrra un,lcr thc ncw Constitution, where he wll with sentiments of th d rrow will mourn his dcatk 1 This gr-ntlcman, Fhysician to the llarinc Cleveland Democrat. His remains were brought to this place, and interred in the new Cemetery, on Fri day. During thc conflagration of Canton caus ed by thc bombardment of the British, the extensive medical warehouse of ourcountry rrvin Pr. J. C. Aycr of Lowell, (thc depot of his Cherry IVtnral and Cathartio Tills, for China ) was totally destroyed. He now mi'.-cs a demand upon our government for indemnity for tho los3 of his property, and hence will grow another nut to crack with our elder brother Johnny. Stick to it lVetor. and if our Government maintains our rights wherever your Tills are sold, we shall only be unprotected on tracks that are very barren. lifftrmer, Trenton, 2. J. Mr. Crec!ey came passenger in the Moses Taylor. California did him good : he liked it; lectured. anti-Lecoraptoned. talked Ta cific Railroad, did the mines, was -re ceived ;" had a spacious time, and will be able to tell us a good many new thing BVnt'-CiL" WONDERS, WONDERS, WONDERS! Tbia World is full cf Wondtrs, and oce of the Wpnderful Placet of AltraeiioB at the present tine, is Speed's Stove Store or Foundry, where can ke foanil u rnoA an asinrtBeat smI MCTTKR STOVES than has srer .eca olfersd 1b Uiis stsrkrt. la at.lition la my furotrr kirxs ssiortsKst of psuuns. 1 hn this Kssas (oi jst s asnber sf Ksw Oass. Slid SBOOf UIB 1 , - THE PRESIDENT, Tiii for Cookini S:or hs So Th pattern of thi -tore I hwt hwl vadc ladtra; Owi tvpr Ttaiio.o a lu gei m prr proponi 10 the Uticknc oi pjktt fur DurmMliif, This iMove itAai more oui tjuti ie tium' incd ihnn enn be luting ii any., Qthef store oiuufiCtureJ. The surface iQ-usaU. easily kept eteaa. -at rick in it appearmn. 1m Mctfe" i o the 8al wiuih and kri(nth ii.il twill take in wom iDefi9 lory aa-1 U luchtr ia aiaateter. Th ailer bule r.;ngsi foiv eiu M iu.bs. aui it h n eievtetl ovca liicb is arranfit that the fire is throwa aee at.4 a half arubd it, therein extinguish. all tbe oet tpe lul will make. This store is well arranged .ar vara weaihef ; by tur&iuif the dstntper dowu, tbe ne i-ai unrier hm orea and iuto tha pipe, &4 aat caitoa aojr ttftsf heat ia the rum utaa a s(aare or ior ria stove. ' - . . THE ADMIRABLE QUALITIES f th: ttnTS if there wsre Hue wthers soutl b the eonstractton bI furm of las phtes. sail sf sas ssss ul tbickorH. conirncii'.ljr it snil tot oiara durable tbaa any Mhrr stose of oexlcrs m ua'aetaf . I also intmu to keep oa band subm foreign aal atoTes, sod if poaaibl. asch as saaortoMBA Abat sll ssa bo s"tei. . ( . fc Alia s rfneral assortsient of fonndrj Castincs. StoTe Pip and Store Tiisaiin(s. i . . ' j t 1 ahall : hie fur oale a anperior article of Utr Cano Milla. aiann'actarol bj Be.il Roberts. It luabeesa vonder for jeara whf Oood 3lo-cj'J not bea-ide lo H'arrea. 1 base learned by exsorloss that stores manaractored in Hsrren have not been considers,! a So I article. 1 think 1 can explain lao rea son of tbia. There ta been as opt action betweea eaitera storo and those maanfaetwied la Wsrm. a ad at- aaaelf seidi-n! fact, that the grrat n .jority of fumirn iu.Tr. are not thicker than seven by nine windaw laas. while the Mt.ees made iu W arren have jrcnerjtir lMen heari; conaeoacntly they coold not bo SnM as cheap as the f reicn stores and af rd eqo.1 fmBi. ai.d those satsieed in awaolaotsrinf , have assay tiasss a-d.in.-tedly. boochtaad narked s poor cheap grade of iron, so as to eoawets with the toreisa ptoses. Ths reuilt has been, tbe stores m.le hers hare cracke l and foneto pieoea. while Ihe foreign asak Save sto4 bst for a short time before burning out, and s a general thiug ta-s. that bars boasbA of either class bars hsea' disappoii.trd. N. B. I shoo Id he pleu-d lo hare those wishing lo parehass glre me a call and IxsalneTharonfhlr lha Class of eitnres that I Manniacture. I will warrant as good a qa-tlity of Iran worked Into ry stores ss there is. on the globe 1 am determined to make thu quality of a. ores that as soon ss the psblie becomes aeqasiatael i-.b their merits ami worth, they will bs bought by those needing stores nnd considered as warren as sv. Western R'serre Bank Hill. Particular attention giren to the wV.leiale trade. Sales Roost So. 21 Market .t.."o door east of Barnam's. Foundry at eorn-r Canal and Liberty sts. II M li V V Ii - s Warren. Ohio. iept. 81. le.-.9 -6m JAirlXjO IVt. IjiJ. tntone.l. Ha-aolsrTen,.-lirere'.t an I tht sruirh U , ! ' ! j ' : ! , I . Uehi Dlurtiscmtiits. Casual AdsertisemeBts mast be paid foi when ha tied in. 825 REWARD!! Th BoahI of I lucti-n of the Villaje of Warren, will par the shave su:a to' thi detectiou anil conie tttn of the teron or persons wlta enterct the North lchoHil House in sai4 riUtce. oa or aoat the 1st of ffc-fii-or inst . an.l the Lieeny Street PriavtrT Schtvol UonM.on or about th? I.Hh inst.. aa I flestroyetl and erri(i avrajr Ta!aa'le ptvperir heloaiug la the school. By order of tt B-arl. Warren, Oct. 1. '50 I. L. rrtLhR. Pr ai'lert J. A. TRACY, DEtLKR IX COOK AND PARLOR STOVES, and M.or'ACTrRrit or Copper, Sheet Iron and Tin-Ware. Four Doort 'esl of tlie Bank, MARKET UTRKbl. WARKKN. OIIIO. COaVL! CO.iL!! MontsoBcrry's Bank, in BrookSrltl, is the place t itet coal cha,nrr than a1 lai.k in the morty liar imr jjm rid of the htn la iUl ha I it reute l fr tHe I st x ear, 1 aill no sell V sua th tuil times an o.t ca-tDirrj. B as ku t'tS can hare iekel coal i thjr vih. cheaper than it has ien sold fur the last two years. tl.t.l tmn eel . tstn- Svi-a-.! HI . sli CMI svrtel from -t, wnich is eo il store or xratr coal. d. U.riHrrtoa. Wearediisi.UieHe-teval em erer lu irom ihe Bank. K. MO.N TviOMKitY. Ocio.Mrr 11, IHiO.-Cm q n g q n n n To Hy Patients and all Otiers Interested. Ttr. R. J. T.rona the e. lei.rate l lnlis Tlerb Da.tor. wi" ftur receire t aii.far Coo.mu ici t t -,. H:el where he has s-eure I a eery desirable anie. n .r. rn o.t uf r- o.. ! Brar lamina , .d ,4lh ' ' " so'-sriint-n-. a.esih. Dr. 1.. cas hs cousu uotei warren. luatenine lM.it rtat-s of erery consulted a Camp's I CONSrtTATI'V SRKU, For fnrtW u,, , n, Lyon.' Appoin-ments ' "' '" Plr. and in the Lkvelanj J .ii ana ' SKt. lleraU. Ocui. So. i-ublicsalkofyuusg cattle 4nhsrriber will .Fer t public Veo- J",, hi, n,l!rn.t vnM. v sirrausif. octobb e-J. 9 tne head fcf rsrokl cattle. Three hea.1 of 3 jenr , .M,a threee.l.e Tbe stock l in Roo4csn..ttion. ..I a ,n.l rhl.r, ftfft.r.led tO hatfCrS " . ' . , I 1 will also o:!-r my frm. consisting of 1.5 ares of gooJ land, lor sale, at the aauc lim. James H RoShins. f.. m. ! W'lJi b' 'em Kesrre -iii" FED. Bushel. Backwhest wanted at the We-t- s. for which the hi, he wtartet price "'"'' -"'"W" c,s'h- MuUeK at CAMP. Warr-n. Oct. 1.'39 -tf BAKKEL3 1 f If II 1 T L. l v oct. 19. 'ss-si VAXTID. at moser c.tJira. TJALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. " V one of tiw het turns in Tmmhnii cwnt for a le st a-araain; sUo-ved in llartfnrd Tons iip.oi d onefcalf miles wst fromHraairnlle. It is "i.a- meiy simate.i. at d tnrroueiird .y erery ne.iai a.i- rtl;tae; ' oundid on Ihe north by the Greenrille and W.rrru rod. un the east br a oo.l roal. on the south by a rltie piee of woods. On said farm there ar foor S hmI wel.n of wa?-r. and other water prisileses for caUle, three orrhards. thr-s good frame bri.s. two frame dwellinu houses; it cm conrrnienlly dirid e.l into two ortlirre parts; contains one hendre.1 and twenty-are acres. nod is a-sriy otare. We will sell cha and sre a f.oo.1 title and time for payment Any one aantitic a bsnrain. will do ocll to rts. o.)n. This farm ia known a the Huat farm. Wil' sell a p.urt or a'l ol it and can rire rih: or nine years to rf It. aikBIuUT AXTtU- Uct l. "i9 -la "ADHKaSTBATOlVS SALE. VANKEE NOTIONS at AUCTION. L There will be ofere.l at K. A.Woo.1' 11 it Store the eniire stock of Yauit e .lot osi bel sin lo J J. Menart.-tec'd. on Mun la,. Oct "Jlst, la conuus from dy lo .tuy nutil the flock S sold hutLun.. llo-.i.l skirta. C ..-j'.s. f -jriooiery. IliirOil. Bmnes. S-iaps. loile: and Stearics;. ua- n lers. Auvclops. Cards. rortaiokies. S it If and Tobacco Boxes, I'cres. Ciirar Cases, WalleU, H-a.!s and Necklaces, Ps-ms Pilies, Cigars, fen Holders. K n.fe Surreners, belles. 1 hrea.l, H-.aatt Kch.a... F.niee., lUsjrs, Sprctacfes. Statt'.uery, Thimbles. Pencil:, Vase and Memeras.-lnm Book. lire h n-Uers. Violins snd Violin Strings, One Pedi;-ns macm, t'ue Pa.r H-.h Sl.Ui Tao Setts D n'le lla-ness, To Counter .li..w Casa, li.inii..i.l KurTiitore. A tf o a stock of iiaia and Cnp s. A, WnEFTLS. Oct. 19, j'J -S Administrator. A' S'.TGNEES NOTICE. Noll e is here!. sren that th ondersirned hs been ai ii:ted ai d is d:y qnaliled s.siirnee of It li. t'elUiu 4t I'w . or Kinsman, vnio. an persona litvine; claims aita.:.! said Qrm.are reqneate.l to pre sent them to the nudcrsised duly asnntirted. Oct. IU, -.S -Uw AS A HATS E3. $4C0. FIRE ! FIRE ! $4G0. I .JKWARD Four Hor.ctre! Dollars V R-Tr:ird uflVr-ff! a -y in tlivt-laM wno will sj j-rvti-bd Utr ter? n or irm' Ual wer io-ttroment.. in lurij.:; titl.cr the r-ce'-.iljr r- n1 choul h )0r, or the neiy rrciril o:n in aVIhi. No. A, in ihe e-.st ra pirt oi L rl..rwi Tonh p. Ths Uwnbtp rHwd ouer 13 kuti'tre't of ttiis mn. ftn't LtrwnjMil W j-jOsTni. q.ai 31 .j. tlroT- n- hii-r?l each. Lor.!it'wa.S.?tt. 19. I"ii. Clerk of ihe Hord. $50. FIFTY DOLLARS $50 Will boy s Secnn I U.n-I Piano ia first rate order, verr suitable for see fcea".nntr- We a so l.are in :ir room, b-sid wse rery Bs Lijj'ite ii BiaUt.jij ' riacus, sue sf those splendid Tt!isAr soxs. which Pianos fire nntnirasse.1 in irrs-d V sweetne-s and power ol t av.aud ure prmounccJ by all pre-it p:rribcueiii Pianoa mauufacared now ia this rountry. We inrite all lorrs sf music t tie- e s call, srd jasef.rth nuclvea. UL'Ca dt AClstOI. pL tl.-Jw a,, o. ssarr. rsaiiK ran sordkb. GRAFF & VAN GORDER. PHOBUCE DEALERS, a s n Commission Merchants, ZgT'FartieuIar aftrntvm paid to Conninmefts. Mo. 114 SEOOND STtEET. FITTS3UKGH. KKFKitKNCKS. Jons S. Tht.an.TM. K.j.. fittshnrf a. MiCaNOLSM. Ma at Co. B. A. t .nas-i-r." a i Cj. ksaxsa Kns. P tfeLMNs St t'o. IUski-o A li.MHrcit. Cincinnati. T. a. I't o is A eo. Ii. 1. N os a Co ,Loa srill. Ky. Ui.rix.s. l. Mi' ls 4 l o. tlere'an . O. Gao.TaYLUI. K. Cashier, Warr-s O. 1. M sitiko. tq Cashitr.rart'os. O. TsosrvdB.CL.as i Voi so. Ph.ia.UipMa. T. W. Tiers St Co. Ncw York. F.s.K w. Co Oct. li, 53 -If RARE CHANCE for Youn,' Men, a 1 a ho wish to enrseeln thsbo-it bnsins, will be siren, ni-oa enr rrturn froai the east, which will be about the lh of tci.. wiles we shull receire the larr e.t and moat raried stock of books crer broccht to tl is coautrr.ard will sell ihem In q-tsntites als. low prices as they ran S3 had of the .tt'.nsiiers. ani on terms ihat cannot s I lo suithoae.t sod ij.lastrioas loauf nieu. Caiiaudsea.st DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP it,, ri.i nniwr th O-UUB of ntevrt k ; ...... jLaiirsi i mat da! coajent- Th. ihe lira will he eti-l y l, J. Stews.-,, a U. .Id s-sd f ft "YaT. II 1, 1,1a J. BCSSIT. Warres, Sept. U. l9.-"!-9 JOHN BOYCE, General Conimissian 2Btrr J-int FOR TUt SAL! OP Butter, Cheese, Grain, Flour, tec, PUT AND PEAKL A8UES 63 Peml and 28 Stone ft reels S. B. STEW AST. ssaasaoassT. BEW-TOBX. ' LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES. Ill It TO Ocean Sank. Sew Tork City, Chemical Bank. d Bank of Lowville. Lewis Connty, 5es? Tork. Wooater Shrrman's B'k. Watertows. do Randall Btnk. Cortland. do Wyominf Coonty hank. Warsaw. ds Ca - a Rank. Cnha. Allerhany Costy. eo Bank of Wesineld WestBeM.Chaat.Cad rhaulauiaeConiityBank. Jamestows.ds ' Baltkef Commerce. Kri.Pen. Bank of Crawford County. Jleadrills. Peaa. Jas. Nort.-n. Banker. Conneaatrille. ds Western Reserr Bank. Warren. Ohio. Sept. 14, ISS9.-IB U. L. 8TILBS. T. M. STIHS. Lmtt H. Stilts 4; Ce., nr-rea. O- II. Id. STIL.ES & CO.. WUOLKSALB PROfirCS: ASD COMMIS.IOS MERCHANTS, ans Dsaiass IS WE3TERH EEJE2VE BTJTTEH at No. 22 G WIuut St) eel, Ciaeiataiati, O., Se,t. id. li-59.-y A M E-DTHOKN S ESTATE. - ' Notice Is hereby g'rea t,At ths- sabecriher has 'es apMintel and qualified aa Administrator ss in.', Kstate of dames II. Thorn, late of Liberty. Ohio., deceased. H S KT BRAIN ABD. Administrator. Sept. 5tl. 1P59 -3. RELIEF FOR THOSE WHO nrFFERED BY THE FROST. T GOLDSTEIN has just rMurried, I frost tbe-Bastera Cities, asd is as ssaal firt la, the field, lis is now sneainr on sf ths !ar(si. cheapest snd best selected stock of Cl-Mhinr adsBteaT lor Pali ajd Winter ha has crer offered is hi semer-. on friends snd cnatsmer. His stack is vers large and extenslre. and consist sf a rariety af all kinds sf OVERCOATS, Frock. Dress & BUSINESS COATS, PASTS VESTS. HATS. CAPS. Shirts, Undershirts 3c Drawers, and all kinds of Gents' Hosirry. Beau tiful Styl.s of CasMmrrei.Silk A Vslvet Veaiinga (or Custom Work. I invite lhoe who have cuffere-i by the frost, and wish to economize, to call and see my block. Il will Uh. only B. very Utile m-'cey to dress you comfort ably. You will find my goods at least. 25 PliR CENT CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. J. GOLDSTEIN'S GLOTHINO HALL, MARKET STREET. Next door to lie Combs dc Smiths' corner.. Warren. Sept. Is. IPSD.-tf. western reserve isclls, warren, ohio. Btt-r known as Vn ft3rIrs Ufr Mills. hr lta trior oasnljr rrpirtr4 Wjr thvir r-tvot srpritrs.. J.uer it Cmp.s;tii arc sow n.l.tni a aprrer avriicls of flior. VkivIt mrrmsinK th-ir oM rrpatstia of ' bcit.f Ute lert ttrmf at lis in theceanlrj. Th pro prietors rrp constAOtiy d .aa4 ths v srj hat oality ol Boor snd whu which ihg stU cheap, wl.o.ssa.0 an rcia.1. A CARD. Mr astr;? Oliver, veil knows bv all loTSfo off food Betray. mvO'l Etuckvheat Csk. is now oSclsiios; mm brad aiiHer at the Westorn K-seTe Mill, where ko w oM he lui ; to sec b vld frietilB miir patroo nd still incrrats conriJcncr. which he richle eereea -ass p!-c;ic-dn-.lUr. air. U. aa ausarsed ia aortk era Uhia. Oct. 4, ("ia. teef hides wanted, cash J always paid 'or them st tko Leather sad far aisliiiif; dtore IB Miliikm's ttlock, Slain St. Warren. Sept. 14. 'M. A. C. MsOON-NlLL. TEAL SKINS W ANTED. CASIC' ala-ayi paid for itam at atlLLIKIVS BLOCK. Warren. A C. McCONHBLL. Sel-L 14. 'S9. CHEEP PELTS WANTED. CASH h alirn paid, sod highest price, at Millikiaa- Block. Jiam st. A. C. McCON.1 ILL. Waen. 3rpt.14.-S9. L'ARllERS AND BU1CHEKS Go, i to th Lrather and finding Stors with year nid. Teal stains aad Pelta. 11 alwavs pats :h hirhest priee ia CASH far ths ab..Te.l Sm.UKI.SH BLOCK. Main St. Warran. Sept. U.'i9. MILLIKIX'S BLOCK. rEM0VED. D. H. Bbkhbtt has r. ly mors, his Mow Salea room from Bonth Street' u tne west eids of Ma Street, a few door tenia af the Po-t I'fflco. rriends inrite.1 to call sad szamis. my stsck. betore punaasiug clsewhsre. . H. BBSSBTT. Warren. Feb . sa-tf. SILKS! SILKS ! 1 The largest stock . rcr brought u Warren, for sale by HCK, BL'HWBLL CO. - 3 VANTED 500 Luiies t bay ni. T llrel Ositers. Congress lleol G. iters. K . Heel Boots. Kid 6Uf per. . . JAMKS UcCON!f BL,B. w 7 ANTED Cash 1 Cash!! Cashtl SiUCO In Cash, in exchange f. Boo sad Shoes, at No. 20 Mai Street. J AatKS -cf dS ILL. PuEPARlTORI CCnTEST OP WESTESIT RESERVE COLLEGE. . Th Fscsltr of Write Bre Collet ar happy to anaonnc that Mr. B. UslBirilBI has decided t continue in charge of th Freparaioiy licpartmeat sf - the Collrte. m oeinerm will comaielieSeQt...Jt.t lb nam. time with th cohere year. TKi charK tot Tiution I st th rats of twenty dsl-Adaasiaes- Un4ss, As. S. -Jw Hint ! lhoe lulcrcsted. ' J O L. FKEEMAN. haingold his slock O. of Hird.are to Mr. R II. Batsca. reqsest. Ikos knowing ihcmeelre Ind'htel to him by hobs or llo. k Account, lo call and settle immediately M th. old staati oclay iutf th qnesttoa. . S. L. FKB Warrew. Fb t-d. lW-tf IT WELLING HOUSE FOR SALE. A liwrilinc House and Lot. so th corner of snilin and Vis Streets, in th Viilag sf Warran. The hows is tao storie high, in good repair. Th lot eoi.iain I' of an acr of rroand. an nbich i n. well of g.od oarer and a goad cetera. I will also sell my shop on Liberty Street, a few ' do.rs scuth of the bar.k. new ocewfie.1 by as. or fiu-lacr particular, inqtlir of the sabeertw-. WM. A. XB-iST. aepi.7. ts.9.-tm ; fOH-TlTliTriVEY'S ESTATE."; , 1 1 Kotie U hereby girts that ths ssberIhers-kT, , bees appointed and qualified as admintairater oa th estau st J. r.U-rrey. 1st sf Trasuwll ", ceased. t. 8. BALL. . Wrra.03i.S,-.-3 CUA8.BHA.TIT.