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tscrfet V, l. t J i t, ( i a o, A.ADAMS. v. h.i. ;oo! tCITO R8 WEDXISSAY, SOV. 2. The Next U. S. Senator. The dcctiuti Liiug over, the question be in;! eotthiL as to whL'h party will have the r-ow r in the next Legislature to elect a 1. S. Senator to take the j-laec of ilr. Yugu jrhose term of office is sW.t loclow, it ia fairly a sulijctt fcr consideration lyihcj Republicans as to who that success. ball The posit'on which Ohio occupies among the States of this Union. KV'g the third in it is ttiE,5 that such a man be -selected io jvpreteiit her ia ihe bighe-t of Congress as cr.n maiuttun the .tliwiiity o.f the State in that .position, 'o tLird, or fourth rate jnan. no mauj of JoujtTul position, noraan whose princi- pk-s or whoie abilities arc unknown, v.ni , , . ' Answer for iks pact It seems to ns that a hrgs majority of the rpubli.ans of Qhio have already Ua Salmon P. Chase, as the man whom the next Legislature should choose for this .position. 'Without disparaging the services ,qi the abilities of ether lacn whose friends say urge their claijns t3 the offijc, we think it can be safely said that no man ia the State Las proven himself ta be better .qualified to 11 the place satisfactorily, or whose services Lave been more acceptable to the people. If the course of ilr. l'ugh knd of 21 r. Chase while they Lave each oc cupied scats ia tlic Senate, be compared, although both were Democrats, the vast .difference between a statesman and a dem .agfguc, a. man who labors for the good of the people, and one who works solely for his party pr himself, can be seen. During Lis term as Senator and Li3 two terms as Governor, ilr. Chase Las "iven f c evidence of his integrity, Urmness, and abil ity, which leave no room for doubt His .course.has challenged and received the adr .miration not only of his friends, but of his ,political opponents, and we believe his .election as Senator will give universal sat isfaction to tlic Republicans of this State, .and of the L'ni-jn. The Harper's Ferry Prisoners. The Trial of Crc-wn and Lis confederates ;is in progress at ( hnrlestowu, JeiFcrson Co. -Va., before the Circuit Court The charge made to the Grand Jurv, bv Judge I'arkcr eccsis fair and just The Juitioii'jl Era, says of it it speaks ci the prisoners as "unfortunate, aud says they niu5t be regarded a3 innocent until they are found guilty by a jury of their j-ecrs. lie discountenances all excited, Lasty, or illegal proceedings against them, and declares that they must have a fair triaL Judge l'arker does honor to the bench of Virgiuia by this calm and digni fied course. Lut if correctly reported by the Baltimore American, he makes the un pardonable blunder, in the face of the Dred .Soott decision, of describing slaves and free negroes as citizens ! . The courage cf Brown and all the white prisoners is uudamntcd in spite of their wounds, and their manly bearing and ans wers exhort praise even from the slave holders themselves. Gov. Wise, in bis speech at Richmond, says of hiia. He is a bundle of the best nerves I ever saw. cut and thrust and bleeding, and in 'bonds. He is a man cf clear head, of courage- fortitude, and simple' ingenuous ness. He is .cool, collected, and iudomita- - Me. and it is but just to him. to say that he was humane to his prisoners, as attest ed to me by Colonel Washington and Air. Mills, and he inspired me with great trurt in his integrity as a man of truth. . lie is a fanatic vain and garrulous but nn. truthful, and intelligent His men, too, who survive, except the free negroes with Liin. arc like him. He professes to le a Christian in communion with the Ccn gregationalist Church of the North, and openly preaches Lis purpose f universal emancipation, and the negroes themselves were to be the agents, by means of arms led on by white commanders. And Colonel "Washington 6ays that he (-Brown) was the coolest and firmest man he ever saw in de fying daugcr and death. "With one son dead by his side, and another shot through, be felt the pulse of his dying son with one hand, and held hi3 rifle with the o.her, and commanded bis ;rcea with the utmost composure, encouraging them to be firm, .and to sell their lives as.dearasthcyeould. Of the three white prisoners Brown. Ste pheas and Coppic it was hard .to say which was most firm ; and of the two ne groes, it was hard to say which seemed the most cowardly and false. The North Car olina negro offered to betray all persons in volved in the affair if spared, and the Can ada negro who was, I believe, one of the members of their Provisional Congress was a crouehin! craven, who lied, as Brown eaid, for his liic. The counsel f jr Brown, are Air. Hoyt of Eortoc, Hon. Hiram Griswold cf Cleveland, and Sam'l Chilt-n, Esq.. of Washington . Cit v. JIssrs. Potts aud G reen of Virginia who had been appointed by the Court to act as counsel Lr Brown, and who did act for him in the early part of the triaL be fore the arrival of the other counseL have withdrawn on account of the treatment re ceived from Brown, he having declared that he bad no eonCdence in them. As far as an be judged from the report of the triaL theec gentlemen were exerting themselves fc the utmost in the cause of their client; it is greatly to be rereted that Brown hr.s done this. . It w certsinly in bad taste, and is very unfortuuate. to sr.y the leant During the trial Brown lays ujicn a cot io the Court room, and cpss-cxamines the witnesses with considerable skill He complains that time is not allowed for him to gt hia witnesses, apd there is rea son to bJieve that Lo Las good grounds kr big complaints. On Saturday ver4 riKs.for the .. prisoner, were examined, alj proving that -irown had treated his prisoners with Lu aauity and frequently expressed his regret ibat bloodshed should have boon caused by bim ia self-defence. The defeuce closed ibeir testimony about 4 o'cbck and the State desired to jvc the cause to the jury irithout argument, .('apt Brown insisted Jhat Lis counsel should argue the case. Marshall Johnson struck a . vein, when i waa aetins as master coufessor for the pe Copeland, who is imprisoned in the j rfcarWown JaiL He" induced Copeland. j Tr rfrrr. ,- v lut 1'IihuV, ci Obt-ilin v,;'i -oi!:j'::tjT. Le?-.;-e the ovt a tLs great insure-licn. TLe Messrs I'luia!) L:iV2 ea..h puli.h- cJ a card in the Cleveland fcatL-r, prompt ly denying the charge in total. The report of the trial up to 3 o'clihk on. Moli.fay. js revived. !Hr. Criswold aud Air. Ciiititon. had CuUheJ the argu ments f jr ihe prisoner. Mr. Giddings and the Harper's Ferry Affair. ; 1 he -last Democrat follows in the foot be. j steps of Vallauuigham. llarshal Johnson. mid others, of the same noble breed, who attempt to fasten npon tlic leading Repub iaijvrtancc, licans the odium of aiding aud abetting old Osawotumia in his crazy attempt to ovcr "br.mch t::rn the L. S. Goverrucnt with his arniy 'if seventeen men. The Democrat says -fWkd, Amoni the papers of Urown is found evidence that biddings of Ohio, and Gerrit SnHU cf . Y. were in the Kent of the plot aud encouraged the men to pemsi ! in their mad earner.' j It b not t3 wonilcTC(1 at tiat slavc. fke.ljLoljcrsc,TOou3tliat t arc 8tanding I over a mouldering volcano, and uuder tha influence of deadly fear, (however ri- dicnlously small in point of importance the exciting cause may have been.) should un der the influence of that excitement say and do some very fovlish things; but when a man so far removed from the scene of ae. tion as the editor of the Democrat, in cool blood makes anss of himself merely be cause the illustrious U. S. Marshal who.se Deputy he is. Las done so before, the case is altogether different No sane man in Ohio, whether Republican or Democrat be licves that Joshui 11. Gildings 'was iu the secret of the plot or encouraged those men,' and any man wno mates sucn a charge is either crazv," pr deliberately falsifies the truth. In answer to the insinuations thrown out bv Yallandiirhuni, Senator Mason and oth ers, (for they ventured only insinuations, while the Democrat makes a direct charge,) Mr. Giddings published the following card in the National Era: A CARD. GIRARD HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA, October 24, 1859. While coming to this citv, on Saturday, I first read a telegraphic dispatch from Washington, saying 'that John Brown (the prisoner caiiturcd at Harper a Ferry) re fused, iu the presence of Senator Mason and Messrs. Laulkner and allandigham, to answer the question, whether he had consulted Mr. GiJd:ugs about his lrgmia cxpsdition.' It is evident that the object of these gen tlcmcn was not lo obtain facts on which to predicate a charge of crime, or of any im moral or dishonorable act Had such been their object they would not have publish ed what was not paid: but tliev pr.eiaim their suspicions, and by such .inucudocs and insinuations seek to impugn the char acter of one who was pot present I do not feel called on to reply to such attempts to cat a reproach npon myself. I say to these questioners, gentlemen, I am uotir veer- i served my country as lonj. and 1 hope as honestly, as eitiicr 01 you; and you know, and the country knows, that any question you may propound to me touching the Government its past or present position, will be frankly, prompt ly, aud fdly answered, to the extent of my knowledge and belief; and I pronounce this attempt to assail me dishonorable, unwor thy of your positions, unworthy of honora ble men. But vou must not expect to escape the responsibility of your own conduct by thus assailing one vho has for years cautioned you of the results that must follow the ef forts of yourselves and party to extend Slavery, and your determined purpose to involve the licople of the free States in the disgrace and crime cf supporting an insti tution which all honest and independent men of those States repudiate. No man of oar nation has done more than one of you ta produoe the results which have rcceutly attracted the attention of the people. They arc the immediate and unmistakable effects of the efforts of vourselvcs and party to establish Slavery in Kansas. Murderers there were rewarded by Executive appoint meats to ofiice. Brown's sons were the victims of that despotum which your party exerted in favor of an institution which the people abhorred. 1 hese facts do not rest upon suspicion. nor on the refusal of a victim to answer any question. They rest upon the records, an.J the history of the Government itself No evasion, 110 tergiversation, can change the enduring truths to which I refer. And you would better subserve the public good by cxertjng your influence and occupying your time iu eorrcctipg the evils you and j-our party have brought npon the country. than ly vain efforts to mvolve others in the crimes which you and your associates have committed. To the public, I will say that Brown never consulted me in regard to Lis Vir ginia expedition, or acy other expedition or matter whatever. ' J. R. GIDDINGS. More Free Speech. On Friday .night the office cf the Free South, a newspaper with Republican prin ciples, at Newport Kentucky, was mobbed by the pro-slavery men cf the vicinity, the press broken, the form knocked into pi, and the type scattered ia the street Mr. Bailey, the editor and proprietor, is an old man, who labors both as editor and compositor, Lis two daughters set iypc. and his 6on works the press. Ihe daugh ters were grossly insulted by the chival rous, honorable slaveholders, and the means of the support of the old man and his family destroyed. More Kidnapping. Another colored man lias been ki'Laappcd from Columbus, and carried off without a trial, and forced into slavery, lie was claimed as a fugitive from slavery, from Yirgiiiix m i -ta Of ii Killed bt a Bbak. We learn that a young lady residing on Fancy Creek. Rich land Co., about "titty miles from here, was killed by a bear on the 7th inst A Miss Haskell and Miss Pool were waking along a by-road, in the daytime, when they dis covered two bears playing with each other ahead of them. The girls started to run, but the beari having seen them, started af ter and caught thciiL One of them struik Miss IV'l with its paw, as she turned' around, asd -tore -the flesh off her breast to ! the bone, completely ; the other girl escaped with some slight scratches. Miss Tool died in a few hour?. The bears were kill ed shortly afterwards. Prairie dc Chicrt Learf?r. a-ause, The Minister's Wooing. BY MRS. HARRIET BEECHEN STOWE. the p- of '-Jessrs. LVr'.-y ' Ja. t-on. N.T. ilvr h. v.orV of Airs Stove. I Las been ijfcne.1, complete in one volume. Its publication in the Atlantic Monthly, in numbers, is not yet finished, and the rea ders of that periodical, who started first in the rape, in reading this attractive woik, will now fall behind the public generally, or must get the bound volume. It is pot to be expected that this hook ! will create such a fever as did Uncle Tom's Cabin, although, SisiiJe from the direct bear ing which that work had upon the great question of slavery, it did not excel this last effort of the taletited authoress, in any particular, and'thcMiuistci's Wooing is far ahead of Dred Scott in all respects. It is true that there is great unevenness iu all the writings of Mrs. Stowe. but it does not follow that any less interest attaches to them on the nccount; on the contrary a bot k, like the characters whieh it portrays, is most attractive when it is most human; aud if either wero perfect they could not be hu;naa. The immense popularity of Mrs. Stowc's writings is proof of this, for while they have charmed the popular mind and influenced the political fiiith of thousands, critics seem unable to comprehend them at all. The London Illustrated Times, in- a notice of the Minister's Wooing, pays The true explanation of all that has puz zled some too ingenious students of the writings of Alts. Stowe is not far to seek. Firet of all, she is. beyond question, a born artist a woman of fine faculty, with pathos, poetry and humor in great abun dance. Then she was brought up under the shelter of orthodoxy, anL for the most flexible audcultivableyears of her life, saw God's great world through a chapel win dow. ' At the same time her associations were mostly (for the situation) of a superior or der of character and intelligence; aud news of -far countries' in thought and isles of I the blest in feeling, reached her from time to time in the minister's pew. She read, she heard, she saw, she trembled, she doubt ed, she hesitated, she consulted Tarley, the Porter,' the broke bonds! But it was now late on, in a busy, anxious, wearing life, and the new culture had to be availed of by fits and starts, and the fresh excite ments revenged themselves in languors, and necessary cares made gaps in the fresh la bors; and here she was obliged to compro mise with the minister's pew, and there with what she saw ia the highway. The characters introduced arc those which have a historic interest The Minister, D. Hopkins, filled a large place ia the theolog ical world of New Euglaud, in the days cf the Puritans. Aaron Burr is shown in a different light from that which falls upon him through the window of Bancroft's His tory. Next week we will publish a chapter from the work, in order that our readers may judge of its style, for themselves. For sale at Adaras Book Store. ! The Atlantic Monthly. The November number opens with an article upon E. Felix Forcsti. a gentleman who was well known as an intelligent ed ucated, kind-hearted Italian, and a warm Republican; Mrs. Stowe's "Minister's Woo ing, is continued, it is ioiiowca vj "lem Fame's First Appearance in America." I he J rial-trip of the ojmg C loud, and "Doi-talk," are entertaining. Ia the latter there are some good anecdotes of caniac ss gacity. Mrs. Howe concludes "A Trip to Cuba." "The First aad tlto Last" is a readable story, "Th Professor" is pleas ant and sociable. ' In assumirig the control of the Atlantic MvtttlJ'j. Messrs. Ticknor & Fields say thai it will be continued upon the same eencral plan as heretofore. I hat it will be their aim under its new management that the Magazine shall not fall short of its present high standard of excellence ; and that they would bespeak a continuance of the liberal patronage wnich has hitherto been accorded to it and which is the best proof of the public appreciation of its mer its. '.om. Enquirer. Eclectic Institute of Hiram. The Yuntcr Terra of the Electic will begin on Tuesday. Novenbcr loth, and con tinue Fourteen Weeks. Board in Private Families can .be Lad for 82,00 per Week. There will be facil ities fur self-boarding afforded to all who desire. By this means the expense may be greatly reduced. From the past success of the Eclectic we feel justified in recommending it to all who desire to pursue an Academic or Collegiate Course of Education. The Literary Societies and the rapidly increasing Libraries, affords rare opportu nity for improvement in Speaking and Writing. Steamboat Accident. New York, Oct 27. The steamer New World met with a se rious accident last evening while off Fort Washington on her way to Albany, by the breaking of the connecting rod. A portion of her machinery was driven through the bottom of the boaC causing her to Fink be fore the freight or baggage could be re moved. The passengers, however, took re fuse on the steam tug Ohio, and on a schooner which happened to be in the vi cinity, and were put ashore. Two Vessels Sunk-All on Board Perish. BOSTON, Oct. 27. The steamer Tadae of South port Me. lying at anchor at Magrce Island in the Bay of St Lawrence, got adrift in a gale and run foul of an unknowi schooner. Bpth vessels were sui.k aud all on board parished. Thirteen Ieid bodies have float ed ashore. Bank Suspension. TORONTO, Oct. 27. The International Bank of Torouto bus- jjMindal yesterday. A correspondent of the Bangor Union states that great excitement exists in Dex ter it) conseqacncc of the absconding on Thursday last, from tluit pl;a, of Rev. Vra. S. Cilley, Uiting with him the daugh ter of Rev. J. F. Wetbcrcll, a lovely aud interesting girl, about thirteen year? of age. Mr. Wethcrell has been in pursuit but has not been abli io ccj aji v tuicc ,f them be- Vond Aurusta, which place they left on nday it is supposed for H Louis. , Tlie Mansfield Herald gays that a Mr. Conner, Troy, undertook to build a large house of gravel and lime, as recommended by 1 pwlqr &. es, but tJve material pot beiug properly noised, or from some other just as the roof was. oil, fell down. 111 A Sensible Southern View of the Harper's Ferry Outbreak. .... ., . , i,-.iiiici-;ii ail t;ic laus a;..; runurs en- -"nr,i tin; late sitair ;it jiarpcre J irry 1 . . ... ... i t'vr.'ther, it is uiniciot to divide whctlie' it should be called a ludicrous tragedv, or , r ii-i 1 0 . a snleinn farce. Wherever our language is sjH.kcn, tho event will be spread all ever the world. The coin ments of the Press North and South arrec m an important particulnr. The futile attempt is every M l.- .-. where characterized as the mad act of a few fauatiea , .?L. r.r .P . 0 Rut it is perfectly idle, to say the least to turn such an event into a political cap ital. No party would dream of endorsing these or similar atrocities; and it is a poor antl unworthy class of tactics that would seek to fasten the responsibility anywhere else than iiKn the misguided actors there selves. Whatever may be the tendency cf their avowed principles, no organization, worthy the name, has ever counselled vic lent resistance of the law iu slave territo ry. There" are a few demented persons scattered ov r the Northern State so few that we might almost enumerate them Gerret Smith, Fred. Douglas, Alellen. if be is still alive, and two or three more. But there is no partv of respectable dimensions that 1 as a plank iu its platform upon which the late uiad f jray could be justified The fact that the slaves did not join in the Harper's Ferry proceedings, except upon compulsion, will not be without its usefulness. All the efforts of the white abolitionists were powerless to produce the expected insurrection. The Listory of this miserable failure will serve to deter other maniacs from similar attempts. No paper in the Union that is read by a decent man says one word in approval of the ontbnak. and tho fate of the victims is nowhere de plored. This would argue against dissolu tion prophecies, as it proves that conserva tive men everywhere are opposed to aboli tion doctrines and practices. Baltimore Aneriean. Important Suit. A suit which was originall commenced in the United States Court of the Northern District of Ohio, but transferred to this District bv consent of counseL has been iu progress leforc Judge Mcl-ean since Satur day last The parties to the suit are Mes srs. Holmes, Sheldon & Granger, heirs of the original proprietors of the 'Connecticut Reserve, and the Cleveland, Columbus aud Cincinnati the Lake Shore, the Cleveland and Pittsburgh, the Cleveland and Toledo, and the Mahouius Railroad Companies. The Plaintiff s bring an action of eject ment against the Companies named for the possession of some eight or nine areres of land upon which the I njon Depot at Cleve land now stands. They claim that the t uyahoga River, at the foot of Bath street, was changed from its original course, and that portion of the street on which the depot is situated was never accepted for a public street nor so used as to give a im manent right Thcv, therefore, claim that the title to the land is still in the heirs of the original purchasers, and ask to have the Railroad tonmauies dispossessed. The value of the land is put down in the bill of complaint at 3 1 .000.000. The improvements put upon it by the Railroad Companies, will prolably reach an .aggre gate of S'JOO.OOO, while those of the Uni ted States are nearly 8 100.000 more. The argument commenced on Saturday morning, and was continued through yes terday, aud will require two or three days to condude it The plaintiffs are repre sented by Judge Birchard and Mr. Ma son, and the defendants by Hon. S. F. , - - v, ..... .- r. mton. Judge Hitchcock and Mosc3 Kelly, Esq. Tho decision will not probably be ruadorcd for some time an 1 will bs iooked for with great interest Cin..Enq. From the Mansfield Herald. The Ohio Synod. The Ohio Synod of the 0. S. Trcsby teri an Church which began its session '1 hurs day, closed on Monday afternoon. A large number of delegates were in attendance, lioth clerical and lay, amounting iu all to 1G0. In addition to these there were also a number of visiting brethren, among whom we noticed the Rev. Dr. Edgar, of Belfast Ireland; Rev. Mr. Brown, of Cleveland; Rev. Dr. Montfort of Cincinnati. A large amount of business important to the Church was transacted during the ses sion of the synod. Among other things it concurred in a resolution previously adop ted by the Synod of Cincinnati to raise funds and establish a College at Springfield, Ohio. This College is to be conducted un d:r the auspices of the two Synods. On Monday an interesting discussion sprang up on some stringent anti-slavery resolutions. The substance of them were opposition to the permanence and extension of slavery, and the slave trade. The de bate was participated in by many of the delegates, and the sentiments expressed by them, and their votes gave every assurance, t'.iat whatever it might be otherwhere the sum of all villainies' was heartily detested Vy the Presbyterian Church of Ohio. On Friday Dr. Edgar entertained a larjc congregation with a characteristic audress. Dr. E., it will bo remembered, is one of the deputation of clergymen from Ireland to so licit 'material aid' for the cause of religion there. He has all the humor which char acterizes the 'natives of the sod,' and a suf ficiency of the 'natest brogue to give force to his mother wit Those who heard him were entertained as well as amused. The subject of the discourse wa3 the present re ligious condition and future prosjtects cf Ireland. The Synod adjourned to meet next year at Circle villc. Southern Justice. The telegraph announces that Walker's veteran filibusters at icw Orleans have been discharged by the United States Commis sioner, to tt out another piratieaf cxjdi tion to establish slavery iu Nicaragux CapL Rrown organized an expedition to free slaves, wa3 also unsacoessfuL and will be made to stretch htnip for it Tlfus alter cases," down South. In announcing the discharge of the Southern fillibusters, the New York l'ost pertinently remarks: A different measure had been meted to Walker and his crew than will be probably dealt to Browa and bis set Walker, who organized an armed invasion of a peaceful neighboring state, has been acquitted by the Xew Orleans courts ; bat Rrown can only lock forward to execution. Yet we do not ssc that Brown's enterprise was any whit more atrocious than Walker's. Roth contemplated invasion and bloodshed. Rut tac design of Brown wad relieved by a gen erous though luistakin purpose of giving freedom to an oppressed race, while that of alker had no other end thau to establish slavery on a now 6oil. Brown was the ' victim of hi own heated and disordered faijcics. while Walker planned his schemes ojI'I Mood, and with the most denser- ately selfish ends. Southern Jaw knows of , no penalty for Walker, althouch it can scarcely wait its own tardy processes m its eagerness for the life of Rrown. llr. Tgtcr AVhite, of Plymouth, in this State, lights his house from gas issiing from a well. T-r.-irn t 1 Correspondence, The N. Y. Tribune. Mr. Giddings and John PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 23. 1852. .. . . .. . KJU, toimiPatmu t day with the a-ona rv tiadiniia, in tiic course of- i which, I aWuded (o bis alleged implication ,11 i . ,. ,-, '. in old Rrown'd schemes of liberating the slaves. He laughed at the charge. Trea - sou sits lightly m his venerable shoulders! c kijs he never nu-t old . Brown, to Lis MiJliU mv.ll.aL - - ... ............. hvji.uiiuii, i.j. im uue uiva- tfio"0,?' t, t hat, was .more than a year ago (if I r5.tir .i - Lx y.Ti,!.-. in Ashtabula r....tr ..1.1 I-. 1 .J said, delivered there, r After the lecture, a contribution was taken up. and Mr. Gid- -J1 "VII SV 'll'11al. dings, publicly, gave the sum of three dol lars. That was the first and only money he ever contributed to the CaptaiD? In that lecture, the Captain spoke of the duty of the North to the slaves, and stated that he intended to devote his life and en ergies to their cause. This was shortly af ter ouc of his Kansas exploits Captain Brown went houie with hiia. and other gentlemen, and toik tea at his house. The conversation turned exclusively on the Kansas troubles and the recent Obcrlin Rescue case. Captain Brown was sudden- 1- 1 i. !y called away; and he has never seen him. nor heard, directly or personally, from him, from that time till now. He never heard Captain Rrown speak of any prospect of forcible emancipation, or of inciting insurrections; on the contrary, he understood him to intend to confine his op erations to the U. G. R. R. 1 J V , 1 1 - 1.,a5tat1!,i5nUnl. Ser3 at the oiitlirenk nt I l.nmpr 3 I nrrr fin.il n.Tvr it.iirinl flv.f tw. ,..;, .. i.J terrible Rill Smith, who with a force fifteen men, to..k Virginia with his ri"ht hand and Maryland with his left and shook them till every corner of the Union re sounded with their shrukinns. Joseph Lacv was recently convicted in W I t Tl Jin a-tT f.rlTifT tt-la I .f uTv.!-. V ex. .1. .. . - and was sentenced to fourteen years luipn.s- onnient, seven Uuvs each month in solitary."' confinement He is about thirty seven years of age, and was born in Monroe coun ty. N. Y. He commenced his career of crime it is stated, by a robbery in Roches ter, and was convicted and sentenced to two years in the Auburn Prison. After the expiration of his sentence Le removed to Wisconsin. At this time, he committed a robbery upon an old man who was board ing at his house. Last spring in revenge for the destruction of a house of ill-fame kept by hiin, he fired the town of Oshkosh and destroyed property to a large amount Revival at Alliance. TLe M. II congregation at that place have been hold ing a protracted meeting for two or three wciks past Quite an awakening is man- ifested, and some 2j or "0 have united with the churih. A number have been converted, and every night fiuds more for ward, seeking an interest in the havumr. Revs. Campbell and Kendig are officiating. Cimtuit HejMjsitory. A Great Corn Chop. The Davton Empire, of Oct, loth, says that the In diana State Agricultural Society has awar ded the prize for the best crop of corn to a Dearborn county farmer, who produced proof that tcu acres averaged one huudred and seventy-five bushels per acre. On the best five acres, the first premium was awar ded on one hundred and eighty-six bushels to the acre, and the same person had in- contestiblo evidence that on one of these acres there grew two hundred and fourteen bushels. DISEASE OF THE LIVER. Br tbl li me aa ! ran 1 :.a all itaation ei'hrr H the t. tuiUr.a - or rur. stance u! t:.e In rr. -.ao-tii l.y lull i-aii.a ii the- r khl t.or. the oniae-h alftay ;- ttrrJ,ibe yello tiae of tliel.in.'1r couh. tongue C'-ateJ, co -livtn.-sp, b gN-colored a-itifj idufa th.c-, oaiure; tcere rnenki e4 ani severe pains tn tlie be.... Jh- .1uuiiiy ti rormpteil uu.Qvn in Hie rm 01 liver e iuf t a le:rui.tis rrretiii of tSe bile. The liver ab a f-ea tdy. n. r.t at a nit r to the 1 1 ol. to ae pirate a I tcit ar:iv from it. or to rt-fine i:. W hn li-ea"i, t rnna a iurily Hie r.trn. whicn. nen seat tc the lua.'n. lira as aa t other arts .a a mot Mil c -a. itioa nia ciiff Jaun.lue. Co St-iupriou. lniiii:y. pa. and ;thhild:ui: the nnt-inl tmuUiiU to the iu- trtiDrs.Cau l'ytet sia, f 1 otfirc- ftipiaii.t. yfa perceive th- direc: way to uurvetaoa tear the hol- stem t piocei A pKtieat. suileru c frnm :1:U en.plamt, slioaM rt- ort io spee.Iy relirf. Vet ihre are very IV tne..cii e vorih a Bt tn eurint uiaaies. W hut then whtll be Ian-? WeMy,n-e It 'Morre's Imliau Hoot rills. they arrr cotnp e I of p'atH and ro.ts; they will he friaad a r-ure euro fr th a aintul diteaae. I ecause hty isuriie from l ody tho-- eorrm t xr.A stavautt hmuoit, an I so cleante. and renew the hljod. wlrch ia the tue not n'y of th? disease of th" lirer and tlie nRamation v.f th kinney ard the hladilcr. t-ut of ev ery det-rip:icB of diji-ase. Ktom tbr- to f.mr .! th' aove pill, tan e? rv niht oe fing to led, will io a few Ays. entTt iy telicve the Lody ui everylhtuc that u oppose to bealta. Da. Morsic's Indian Root P. Us are solrl j all ileal ers ia .eticit.es. Oci- 13. j9-la HOOFIAND'S GERMAN BITTESS. TRY TH'M F'K DVfKPSIA. TV TIIKY LIVKK eilXPI.tlVT. TH V TIIKM KOK NKKVtir KKillLIIT. TRV TH KM P.W CONSTIPATION. TKVTII-M roil C1CK lie lOlCUB. TRY "I I1KM FOK WANT 09 ArVKTtT. THY THKI K R WtVT KNKUUV. TRY TIIKM FOR UEAKM.SS. TRY TtltM F-.R Ii.ES. A r.u en o'-tain thereof rnr drnesK cr desl-r in meieii.es iu the Uttit-tl Sia-es . aiia-'as. W est udies. er Soii-h America. lorT.7 cenle per i-ottle. Thev nre prei-a-e.1 1J Dr. C al J.-ekson.elS Areh treet, l'Mtaile:.'ia la . an I see that liis s gxatare is on the wra; irr .-f each oottie. ectl'6 FORTERS CURE OF PAIN. If all oar re.vlers wou d re-l tri adretjecieqt of hts m d ciB . to he fuuid in aa itncr cluain oi th-s paper, an 4 then ret a hottle. we kh'vnid not see irany sickly, ha.f dral. d- airit,-r ps-pie a po meet oar e3 at a i no it every corner: f r tfee never was a remdy .tf which s i much is said, an t that tnat p-.-r- f.rm nearly what lis proprietor say it ill 1I0 1 trial. oct. 48 - Marriages. In Jvilcs, on tlie 27th n!t, at tin' ri'si-Jer.c.-' of ile Ix arirs Moon', l.y the Rev. J. W. Hill, Mr. ........ . . ix . . ' . . , .. . . 1, .... . v. , . v , ilisiJlNSIK 1 UliXLULL, of J.'iK. Ia Warren, qn ie 27th ult, by Rev. W. C. j dart, Rev. J. Q. MelCECHAX, of Frantliu Ii.J., urn! Jliss SARAI1 1'OIiTEK.of tit, rfor- I1KT pluC.'. Iu Fovl.t, on tlie ECth ut, 1-v II. D. Frovr, Eoj., ilr. THOMAS E. McMURRAV, of: Cliairjijuo, and Miss ELVIXA M. GATES, of ; the fv-nuir place. j Iu CIiainj-ioD, on tlic Tih clt, l.y II. D. Freer, Esn , Mr. SEI'TIMUS CADWALLADEK, of Kuuland, and Jliss AKAM1NTA L. HcAlCR RAY, of tlic forn:cr pluce. Ia 'VVcrren, at tlie Fran 1. '.in House, on tl:e 1st i..st. by Azt AUU, Esq., Mr. JOliX PAUL LEY, of Warren, and JJies LAURA H. UL'X- G E I! FO R D, of Jo!i 11 stun . In Warren, at tlic Gaki!l Ilousa, on the 2"th ult. by E!J. Ilaniion Rcev.s, Mr. WILLIAM KEXSF.DY, of Rowland, a..d Mrs. KUTU A. IIARXOX, of Austii.towii. Iii Vernon, on the 23d ult.. l.y Rev. Dvid Ki. .Mr. AXDREAV FACOS, to i!iss EiiE- Ll.VE . ATWOOD. Deaths. In Monmouth, IU.. un t! 13th ult, MARI AM II. REEP, wife of Alvin II. Ree.l, for merly of t!iis county, ned 5 yr-ars.' At Ston.-r, CInrk Co., Ky., on thc20tli ult . CHARLIE K.. inf u.t c.n am ...K- l.il.l ..f C L. ftnj MarT A. Ap.degate.of Pn.t6el.I, Trniu- bull Co., O., ajed 4 i:iwnth and 21 d syj. In Warren, on the 25th ult, Mrs. MARIA BURNETT.consortof Sila Burnett, in the 3."d ytaj. of her age. In Champion, on Thursdnr, Oct., COtli, ' e, i . . " . e , J.A.N Jv IS., oa of John aa.l Aiviu Luxe, d ; yrars aLd J .jpct.la. . ! 1 of!fan be Si4V"d hl '"-i " N " ' I .or.nes wn.cn torpowrr and .paitwr t..ur j HfiV iDDCitisfU'CKla t'ilMt ! Lw puid Mil K. B. HkKVKr. .ECVCS TUOM AS. ' KEI'jVES:&. THOMAS, ' r.f?ui:r inTite tiw Utiii tn.i Gf-Btits?a or :r:J:.ra i ;,. "b ciuth. r.:h Dookin nd i 'K "rtmei of Notion.. ; IVrluiurr. and a lug slock of 'uey Fixeoa gencnllj. i KID GLOVES. .r. ... . , .... . , Oar Stock of Kid Glores is from the bm mnufciMr in the world, aud ia colors 10 sun the L,tdtcs. ' HOSIERY. HOSIERY. Wo have a nice s'o. k of Hosiery for Men. V. ro-n and Childien- CALL IF YOU PLEASE, At No 14. Mai let St., and look at a j ol hi iicle of Pocket Knives; also a Oeiibi . Ki.l tlmr(ienT. KEEVE k THOMAS- HUH ON;. BUTlOiNt. A til atbck of C..at. Vhu Pasta, Shirt and Oren Euaoiia. cau l fuuu.1 at So H. MuK l al KKKVfcs 01 THOMAS. 1. 1 11 ci HE.i;uttU.U in every I - '"! " t ao M can br fuonil white, blark .u.i coir k.i our,.. i...-. t:....M wr.. ul Bark Olur. an-l a .iraninc Indian Tan Hock Hiuru. ll.'i-Tjr, Kuahr. Hair Hra.h". Sol ThrraJ. rea-.og f :lk, Ncrdlra. I"iua. Part Aiuutca. i'ocact tVjilrK. bilk ami Uuckskin )tint-jr Farmtc, O-nt,' S!er Kuu.ids. Fenotio. Mel Pen anU Pa l.old eia. UU.-t and Kcd Ink. In lelinle Ink. Writiug Pa ppr and Knvclup. tfilk and Cotton Kaiuroi cfc-rj ihrtra'la. Ltnen t'luuriahinit Thread. White and Col ored Pearl Button. A:ite B-utons. plain and fancy; auto Carjt 5-caa vita Lbe Leatbcra on. hSK tS at TUOMAi. FIRE ! FIRS! FIRE!. Trouble, Shavings and Pine Box kei Si., and prac ninr bog of irenuina FIRE KINDLERS. nov2. '59 REEVES A THOMAS. .MUSIC! MUSIC!! " The More the Merrier9 I O T. POM EROY would inform all O. ir.te-oted.um he i.hrin,inran.w.rtm.nt T. POMEROY would inform aul perir-c-r. n ( fin tali erery retieot urpe.ss tiy ever ?ruuiit to ui i mnrktl Tucy ai co street , new ly invrntr.! nl jr-ntly "nlr(rf.l '. with t iron frMtne lie vim rrm them w rriiip in tan .Brr Ih-tn .-hit orhrr Pi&vii in Thij Uo h-ir- 'ft? all t onal I'imhncatio. fa.wT -rc, it..), thi Ui?y can b oM fur le in ner ttt-o any ottx-r ftrt ras trmimnt. Th-y tart? on extititi B at kinir'a Jfetry iitnrt, Mnla St.. VVarTt. 0. Pte'ise call. -e bear ur v oar tie i vet. W'arreo Nt. 'i . I""'9. f'jiiciro. H'. J 00 iffv-t 1750 pp. Price $6,50. Sold by all D.-.ots.l!ers G i C. MERRIAM. rtov 2. '5!) Springfitld. M4SC. WEST & WILLSON'S SEWING MACHINE ! ! 1 wqM resaectfol1y htfermthe eitiieas of Pawler aa ! Johparoa, thit I have .arcKaed the exrlusive rtttht to fell mi machine la a id tow a pa. at the r.tiil price of can rapply in a letsnaah e i:nir any jrera or ,rer nt with thr? a-ra. Thia ma cl.ine W4 pntentel Juna iihb an I was awarde the prctniunt at the Ohio frt'te Fa.r Ihe tame year. t.rc:it improreA-nti hae let-a made on it since, and atw.tn? of the iventira told m- he was wiiita ( Crmpare it with ary seeing mchine. Thisni4chiae is tain if .etor d in Klyria. Lorala Co , Oaio. It ;s warraitlcd for three Tears. JtCHOMK KILLS. Juhnfton.O-.NoT i5,'.9.-3m SPECIAL EXAMINATION of School Teachers of Trumbull County There will he an examination of rhmI Teachers, hfi'. at Empire Hall, in Warren, on rriday. Not II. W9 also oa at the Court lluuse, oo Friday. Kot i5 h. Teaehnrs are reqaet'l to hf prompt it atttn. lance at tO u'cluck. A- M There will he n mop- exioina tioiis a'tir No 3i'h. ou il a xt tpring Private tx amirations n-ed i.ut he ap;lird for Certificates t trachers cuiiot be renewed eaeet oon another ex tVUirri.KlHV aMilMj W arref , Nt. 9.V.9 4w II. L. SriLKS. T M. iTII.rS. .. It. Stitet Sf Ca., arrra, O II. L,. STILES & CO. WllOLCSAtE PR'll'C AND COMMISSION MERCIIASTS, axo dks i aas in WE STE EM EETE3VE BUTTER It CEEESE. Fruh, Spiced, Pickled, and Cvre Putti- inore V'jUers, Xn, ?'JG tVultinl Slit-ft, ( ioriiinati, O RhKER T Merchants jrenerallr io Truml-n!l Coan;rt Ohio. Geo. lj lt. Ksi.. ClereUuil, O Mesbr-. suymouu 6l Co . Clereltn 1. O t iv lte broan, K.i., Hanker. Clcr.Und, O WiC.ndleu. Mtana 4c Co.. f.tl.-liark-h. I'a Wilson ilcflror 01 Co.. fut l.nrgh. Pa Rhodes Ac Veruer, Fi;t:.arh, fa ftiesars four at Co. C'ueitinjti. O Messrs J T Warren At Cn. Cincinnati. O Messrs Jennings Uuue. &cU 6i CUrit, Ciacinaatl Sei-t. 14, If i'J.-f MRS STOWE'S GREATEST WORK. JI'S. Slowe's GrtrHicSI Work. Mr. S'.uwe's Grtaiesi Woik. Mrs.'.Stuwe'a Greatrsi Work. THE MINISTER'S WOOING. The M:iilil'a Wuiing. The Miijiter's Wooinij- . The Ah isin'a W.h le 5U Copies just lt d al AbiiS' nOORSTOFE. w HAT COOi'LR t:i.i to the. i-.o- liters vt Vcrtriu CiTilization, wi at lrvii, Li i.one lur the Da.ch luuiatiers vt New York, 31 rs I arnrt Bccbar biowe Has now ace ni lishcd for the N w fci g at e of amy years It is rare larb.ty this auit.bi- hs. to invest evrryii itif he loaches w.ui aa-prisitiK mir.rat.and especially to in her near hoy a lue Al iu.au ra Wooiuu" 1 t-ehad at ADida BUOKSTORB. EULAI1! BEL'LAH! RbULAll ! ! n work wriiua u Mis avaus.ol lobile. Ala-wima, aas: -What "Lall I tar of '!.:ab-j'-li T I hare n) words to ten oo 01 toe ooouc ;ma M.iiacuvn witu .B.eu 1 l.-.re pcia.ca it. --Tne .1 ... a store is f ill of intere.t It aleae w-.ul liare broiigi.t U-r s-ich laurels a uewlj fictlnl auttioresse se:.l"Ui in lulee ifl, l.ut le pruf.,nt:0 is sues imolveil; tlie irscrcii, anilt.citl and Ivgiral power dis,.iare.i. the Uodpet prjacne-i, are e.eu;cuts w'.icli Stanly It rryo. "I am ery i-rcid of M198 r.-as ; I am rcry grate ?ul ta her ; lirra is a ImU. as'.eriy ban 1 ; the ae n. e-ls br : b-r l-ok will lir. ai.d lio a BjMr work to lbe ea.l. Vh :t can be alt more ? ,11.. , lie In. to icii M u e. neirr. riea'e rjive ner ary a r-y.l gi:i. llri-.B a..d her lis b-ail will reward '.-i cry, j,.rt recM at A1MS' BOOKSTOKK. Times cf Holding Courts. Times of I...I line Co ir's in tl.e9t! Ju.l'.ciil Distrtcb of .inio. for tlie year A D I'oU hxe.l and ordered fcj tl.e Ja ires ot the Cu t o Conjnion Pleas. Ue it b' 4 and ordered tn it The Dis'.rct Courts f-n the :h J.id- i .1 l);lriel cf O..I '. sha l e h;M Kr the rear A D. l-iid, ia toe several Cou.uu-a of aaiu Iis tr.cl b -gini.iDj at Ihe t.mcs f ,lloiog to wiu In the County of Purk. Tuesday. Mi j 1st. do Coluni'.iat.a. lhars.av. Mr nth. Hn t aroil. We Ina-d y. May liith. do Po-tae-. Tu-s lay Se.t Slh. ito Lake, .MoHy. bept. K'lh. do Ge.ura. Hene-.lay. Sept. l2lh. do Ahtaeula. W..-U-J, ept. ITth. do T.ua ull S .iurJay. S pt. ti I. . do lla'.onr. Wednesday. 0't 3. An.l that ti.e Couris ol Co'timon I'l.as shall be held in sai l ru.t.rs. for the e.r A. . !-tu. besitin.iie; at iae liin- .'ullowinr. to wit: In tbtt.'oa .ty of Carr II, Keiiuiry l?-.h; May Slit, and OeU loth. Count) of .-.ark. Feb. ST. June -I Vt 55. of M iii.i-..r.i, .3. M,yl,i I'et. lo. of C.'lumhian ., Warch S. June 4. ee Vt. iO. of ?-ru.e, t'e-. 13 r 21 at 'Kjt l. of lr.i.,.1..... .March i June 4. or ict. 3D. of L.ke. Kcl.iaary 3. My 4 at lict. I. of l.-.-ug-. lieh 5 Wy i" A Oct. of Asht-bula- March S. June II, at MoT. 15. Th- ele Hs qf eii'". u-.s -f s:wl s-reral Counties are or.iere-i t en er !ie-e ttms ard tlii. order on the J -ornate of sat.i U-.tt'Ct an I rrooun .'lea. Courts, ao Mmhli-h ihes.me as re.to-red by l.w enacted Ai-ril a It'J f ix -.1 a.id or .e-ed y ns at Caoneiii. laho ni.. C jut.ty..ct. tb. ij?.: as eita-s cur h mil,. II f lIIKM N. 1 lu-lites of aelUurt I, W PurrKR 1 -it Coon-oi Pleas JOIK W.CIU'iiCU f foe 'J.h Julicial Il-iHAOa; li.t)i.K,J Di.tii. tof oh o. The Sute of Ohio ( ' ' rr-im oil 'Nu-.ty. i t. Alwon D We'.h. 01. rk f the C.-ur. a' C- m -ot J'leaa wiihin n4 tor s. i.l C.am h.reli 1 sr'i y lhat .1 e Ore..-tf . true C"-p of the ur'-'.nsl a .lee now rs ale in lb s oln . j. W;tn-aa my s.c!i.iti.re and t:i- .eal of s-iid nr of C' tn-n'-n t.eas. al Wirren. this id 'ay of I,. Norrui.-er. A l. l-.:. ALM'la 0. WKn. Clerk. By ADiitiu 11. I.r.t. l-,a'.y. A XI AC I-MEN C. 1 Joht W Dawes use h Re To re Wiilinm 3 Ooucher, e. ) Jnaice of th: Pcsce of II, rt rs. O- irco W 0 fo.'d to.nsiii, Tr i o' uH C-inutr. Oliio. On the Ii h ef .ioi.i -r. l-.'J. su.l iu-.l an orjer of nttaoWent in ihe above acoo. lor the sum of ix:ren do-l-is aud ,cci-:y-lwo ct a.s. riartforl.OUIo.NaT.S.lCU-Sa a p " f a. U WONDERS, WONDERS, -.WONDERS! Thi Worid.u fa'l y Wor.iJfTs; and u f the Wen ix u'i Pla.s if Ai:ic:i' a Hie f rtoi t.roe. rr,1 i 1 ... : I I; IteedJ Stove Store o-rv-Foimdry, t.rre raa ho fonnd rood aasnrtiMnt and FKTTia - vuuiion to mf tomcr lar( auartawat of pattaraa, fit T T t 1 -v-- HIV, I KrJbllJEiN I . Thia for a Cookin, Stova ku.No Mul. The aatterns of thia rtoro I aaro had aula under ay Ow Saoar kiiioo. ao aa la (ct a pro,er proporlioa ia the Uuckneaa of tho plat-a for tarabilit. This 8(tve imit more good quil lea cumbined than cn b found in any o'hfr ?tW7.T ""'"" ' Th "rtfr ' aoah. nny kept el hat Th fa Ha apTwaraaW Th tir-rr I ol the tuoal wialh and hrignll- aao will take in wood 8a inehra long and C inchea ia diamelrr. To boiler f "IT " " " ' "K'ta:- " hx' n 'ted oen which ia a arraneed that the Bro ia thrown onco and a half around it, tlienoy extingnialiiag all the beat tha Inel will make. Thijatoreiaw.il arranged lor wrm weather; be anrning the danper oou, the fire aaaea amler tha una and into the pipe a-id Coaa at caaaeaaiorhetinthroouitnBaiaareorl,waTeitor..'. . ,t u . . f. ?i THE ADMIRABLE QUALITIES f thi" it taora wero ooao otWa would a tha caaatractioa and form at tha olalM. an at nrk aaaja- ual bicaneat. eonriaeutly il nwal bt more durable than any other etoee of Binders m.Duiaclore. 1 ale intend to keep oa band aome Ionian aude atarea. and if poaaible snch an aiaortneat that all aaa Lo lulled. Al a general assortment of Foandry Caatinra. Store Pipe and Store TVlBBinra. ' - ! ' " I shall als bare for .ale a superior article of Sugar Cane Mill, mai-a'actcren he Feed at Koierts. It baa te.n a onder fur yeara wh O.md Stores cujid niH be mule in ffarrea. I h.r' learned hy eaperienca thalatorea aiinuftared in Harren ha.e not hern con.idered a So I article. I think I can explain the rea swa ol thia. . Taero aaa beea a uppoaitiaa aetwooa eaatera slnroa and ibnsi paanafaaiarow. ia Warsaavaad It ia a self erij-nl fact, that the grtal m .joritr of foreign stores are not thicker than een M nine windoa--glaaa. while the stores made iu Warreu bare generally heen hearter; t iuai-itly taw? coaioVaot ks nil aa eneapas the foreign stores and aif:r.l eta.l profit, and those engaged Iu taaaofactariris,. have many.timws aa do tedly. bought anl worked a poor an J cheap grd- of irou.ao aa to compete wit the foretfn stores. The result has heen. the stores maJe here lure crackr I aad gone to piecea. while the foreign aaake hare stood tat for a shorl tins before barninr out. and at a general thing tu-ae thu hare nmfm of eithar class aara beea disappointed. N. . I should be pleased to hare those wishing ta pnrckaae else wte sacall and RxainaThoroc(htr the Clasa of Stores that I Hanuiacturc. I Will warrant as good a oo. tlify of Irvo- woerr-l to kty-siawes m there is on tha gho. 1 aaa deteruuaett ta aaaac that quality of s arte that aa aoon as tho paolic 1m.coo acquainted with their merits an-l worth, they will .e bought by thosa needing atarea anl conaiaered as anrswajt aaa Western Keserre Bank Bill- ' -- - - - Particular ttttentioa riren to the whoh-iaTe trvl Sales Roata No. SI Market at.. one door east of K-.eonwi'a rjuuJry at eoraeruanaland LiHerty ats. Warren. Ohio. dept. 81. le'in -tint STOVgS than aart crcr kr oTrrtd in this aurkt. I have thia aaaaoa got oat aaatbrr of 2o Onoa, - - . . m JAMES UEKDer THAT MAMMOTH STOCK OF READY MADE CLOTHING, Gsnts' Fnrnisaing Goods, Hats, Caps, &c, Is now opened and oo exhibition at the Boston Clothing House F. P.REfi;,D&.CO. Persons deirooa of ol taiaias; food oarmlnr. are respectful y iitvited to rail and examine our stock, hefore makiits; their arthasea. Here yovcan find the Largest and hest selected stack of God (in our liue) erer opeucd oa the ester a Refer re. GENTLEMEN : Phne rem-mbfr that we are selling a 2 d Winter no t of clothes for v-ry Utile mncj, thi season, and rhill oler greater iduc saents than ever U our uameroa cvtoB.craw Here lies the secret of oar mcreys: One of the partners of this ITohm be a s aa cxtensire ManafacLnrer and JMer ia the Ka-tern Market, through ahum aoods ate shipped to a the eery first Cost ot manufacturing, thereby aTin the large profit necessarily Mid l.y ail or cob petitra, thus enaMiov as to offer greater inouceaiei t to layers than any otl;er houte can offer on the Western Rerve. tor ths reason we are en a Met I to farnish c ods to mer-rhaut- at the Lowest Bstoa Prices, thereby savins; them the expense of -o n. to market, abo the h avy transpf rtaiioc on owds H e would respectfully Invite all who with to ay e:othin, (or tO'ids in ottr liue). to call at the Boston Clothinr Iloascand tt:sf themseive in regard io price aad quaUuj of goods. We pa-ticalirTy in rite the attention of hovers to this department of our ' a-tiness, "Knowinr; there is noihiaf in this vicinity that will approach oar stock m extent or variHy of ptt-rn Call before t-urchains; elsewhere. Ketuembtr the phce. F. P. REED & CO S Barf aa C7(f ., !lo. . Market St. OO. il). -J WARREN. OHIO. gustcrTteadl- F. P. REED & CO. Have now in Store and are i-lmost daily opeting New and Elegant Sijles of FALL GOODS Black snd Colored Clo:li8 of eviry vaiiety, Tticals and Mixtures f"r Bu6ine; Coatings. E!tgnt French, English and Aurrican Chm meres and D. t.--t.ns of every quality, siyle and price, and the bts-t l-ne of Vee'.intt in YeWi-t, Silk and Cashmere ever een in this market, the whole rok ios U p Ur est and most deirable as- -cr.itient of ).iecr goods tTer opened a ihe Wesie-rti Rranve. Ver-wi-s in w.a- of Cus-osa CI" h'a- wilt Jo well to look li.rtaiea our as Ck t-erure aaaaiba tbeir selecttoira. All xarme.-U warraute to tt. al lle bu&'l ON CLOTHING STORE of t.Y HE KU at CO, No. C Market t Oct S9.'$)-U aa.KaX.'niO. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Ui 1 he l aLrieraleaed hs beea duly appointed and 4U -liBeil as t xecnlor vl the last ill anu tctitauent of Marr.a kaee, dec d. late er Iraaal all i aoatr, Okio creuitars will resenl tlirtr clein-a to toe smifriHS ed or to t. k. licuk.aai, .4 , Aituia-). at war, ren.Ohio. JAMES V. KJiJISGN. ot., IrS9-3w SSIGNEE'S NOTICE atV Notice is her. by Riven that the ande 'signed has een duly apjjoiuted ars icnee of Robert tlrwart. of Brook Arid. All iersiBs liaT.nx clain.s spa. Bit total atewart, are noUued to present them, a ivy ati ihenticated. Wil McCLxLLND. Rrookhekl, Jiov., AlV-3 w 7E are inst receiving ihe larifett at oca of books of every description, that we haa.e etef .-efore oarcLased ; also a full aaurticent of everything uvbef-jond in any lookt.re 10 city or con u try: and esooctaily ar w pretared to aell koa-te M vt h-les.le on suet terina as thev never before rould oad in this ref ion. Call at 1DNS' aad see. e who wih a K'Md uusmess fjr the winter. , MRS HENRY WARD BEECHER ils ius writren a hook, en titled "From Da Ui Ualiftht' and a mt ehrwitnj; -oo it ia, aaj should he read by every wive. Just ree'daa Pr.r aa H'hK rUKV. All EXl'KKIKM Ei Or RKLfurorS FtTUJlCTS Be ITeary Wsrd B-eehee. JnH ree d at AD.U.' B'f lk riT-'KK 1.S sLlM diSN-i VYINUOvV. is a a-w.r.. h a i.l ra-j bo It th.it la ks Wid ow BeduU into coa-.e.l h U f.x fhua, fbaucr aud Phr. I ica. j.' curies just urtMi at A t u 3 IRUir. FLOWER:; as I L A new book just out; l-T Ha-v FARMING Ward hVecf.er. Just ree'd at ADiV-V hVMIK tirnKK X uvriCE- hiv)v ivea that the BBerisrr4 hxx9 (keen duly arP'-Bte and qual'tUd as Adnii istratnr ai:d at'ltuiuistrairix of the sute of a lira l Wil,ox, 1 tie of MeaupoLaxuia, in the Coui.ty f Trum'D-l.d:'tl. JCHIM BKlaDi;a. Adai'r. ' M.T.WlLCOXs .Ua'xv Me opotamia,Oct.i?5. 'ii- 2,000 FLOUR BARRELS wasted, at Uct. 19, '9-if MOISCK CAMP'3. DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE A Dvelline lloa an.l Lot. on the Corner ofl franklin and Vine tre.-ta. in tlie Vitl.ee af Warren. Tn, i.oa,e 1, .lori hirli. in eood r-iotir Ihe l.rt contain.. ., or an acre ot front-d. oa wa.cn is a well of goi.d .aier ar-4 a rood cetera. I will also sell niy sbop on LilM-rvr Street, a few doors south of the na'k. now oveUT.ie.l tr ate. For further part-culars, intuit e of the sa-scriber. " WM. A. EKSsT. Sei-t. 7. 1-59.-SM .... OHN F. HARVEY'S ESTATE Notice i herey f ivei. thalth hserihrs have Keen apootnted aud q 11: DM as adiiituiruers on the eatate J. tr. tiavrrcj. I4.1t of frj a uil Oooiiir, ae craved. L. 3 CLL. Warren. Oct-5, 39.-3-t CUAA. U UaRTKT. I)1 ISS0LUT10V of PARTNERSHIP The partaenhia. heretofore esistiar Ketweea t.ie und-r.iiraed. ualer the aarae ol Me.srl At Baa sey- is this day riiasolred by mutual coaseut. The nuoin-s of the arm will tm settled by J. J. Stewart, at the old tual of Stewart H uj. JAMKS J ST K WAST. Kl.l.li J. LCffitY. Warren. Sent. 1. l9-l-3w .) OOOL tEt'O.ND HAND TlANOS aaW of fine quality of tone, and in eood order, will te sold at a aieat twaaia, at . ADAMS' BOOK STORK. MUSIC. MUSIC. MUSIC. At A 1ams B ok at Husie Store eta ha boo -hi good second Haud Piano, tlat will do aooi serrice ttr teu years, flue .one and quality, al a Lr;at- ttar gAin. CALL AND k. D 1ME BOOKS. Vi.il t Mt-LOOlST. iil.WK eix-K BOOK, - iiIJIK liIaLOiitKS. lUSlii rl'a.tKt.K, ail.Yla .l0 IIV)K. ' Dl Ms! Kl.Cif 300K. The alM re c.n be had at POKTrfKV OYLVIA S WORLD - nr erm wind, 1 t!.ela doaj not tra b ii try ana-of the ai .at .yuiar au.bvia wi tha uac-, and is r.aei:is a l-rt;e -ate AlMMS B-JOh fTtKa!. This work is :bc real hfstjrs of a woman's bea't. .11 of tores, sorrow., cares, faults hi e and seiu nenls. lhat a til thrill the very soul of an ace who aaa a leader chord w ito.-a a.s aieast. A1 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice ia herebe eiren ;h it Henry Ad-aia ha been duly appo-ntd A.lmi.:ia rator on the Kt-tj of V.atelililiK-rt d e i a 1. la,le ol imeun-i. lkt. J6. If39 -3. Uli.xttV ADAMS. T LL Kl ND3 GENT'S COLLAR-- s a and NECK Ti3, of the best and latest strUa. F. r KEEDiCO i. . Hew Arrangement. Cash, cr to Prompt Six Monti Enyers, at Low Rites. ' ' (Lite of the firm off C. At 3f . Meaei-.V VTTOULD ri-spect bIIt Diotfnce i4ie V phlwC thl. a auVI continae the bisBe at the old eca.nl, w here he hopes to have root) naed the favor of his friends anal caatooirrs. liwiog determiuttt, after due delrberatien,ts HaifraW - - A'IF STSTEJf. OF TRADIJSG, left he thiars wi1 ht more adraaVsrecM t iotb buyer and teller.thaa the present ay-sU-u of LONG CREDIT k HIGH PRICES, rieresve'fol'j asks fts nahlie ta fire the new plaa atrial The new ejsfesa ia aa follows: S x months' credit will be given to prompt piy.r only ; ami a discount of five percent. wi)l be made on six month price, for cash. m it inn fill This mode of doia Htsiaess wi II enable him to ofc viate the usual Bece-sHy iaapefed oa a'l kasiaesa aseau ol tx ax proait-t art tr the losses iucurred by .vine; crrd't to rrest'tBsii'le licrs . Ilav nr or it By stated hit uttos he wonl now iavit aileiit. a to the fact that he has just returned from the east, wiii! a splendid stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, hoaht aHth groat care of tbt most ropqlcr mpntta an i jolhiBt hoa-ea ia e Vora and Philadelphia. The paMic nr respactfuJly i anted to call aad x araine styles an I prc-s for themelvea The highest market price in cah sr goods pid for pro-tuce. ocu?.'59. Markei St.. Warren. f. Copartnership Diolution 'PH E PARTNkRSHlPtierasWnrfr 1 tralin. ander the name of C. oc 3L Mosaa. waas lisolred the IHth.tay of Aujtust. 13(.. by mntaal cow sei4 1 he.r Boks. iintee. ate., a,r iq pe oaada of Sauiuel oser, alto ia authorised to collect the woe. MICHAKL MrtSKft. 0ct M. 185.-tr JoUJi MoiJhM.Ja. PAY YOI R DIRTS LL THOSE anoing ihemss-lvc in de'.ted t-. the I -to Snn of C W. Mnwta. a w hereby notified to call fesxAwitaarMlaaaLle.aBd these4.y saie ecus SAUL HI. JiOtB. Warr.a.Oct.96. Iff. ' - L. a. orarr. raaaa raa aoaaaa. GRAFF fc VAN G0RpER .. PRODUCE DEALER aaa Commission Msrchauts, I'arlicular attention paid to Cbiixiynme (. No. 114 EEJOITD STtEET, PiTTiBULGH, RafKHaMCKS.- ' Johw S. DtLSTONTU. Ka.... riusbaygh -- lcC'ajaLaa Maaa. at Ca- . B. a. paK,Tot-K'a; Co. Kliatl Ot RtwJS. A I V Ski. Las i '.. ... . llaueiimu Ac Hawrsa. Cinelaaoti. T. B. (Ho.a Co U. Ia. t-mc.ss A Co .Lou srille.Ky. If . . (.oap-.a, tl Mi us ot ro.clere aa -. O. ao. T.ytaa. rV.. CabTer, Warava O. J. BlTi.o. K fash., r. Can i-a.O. THoarniS Ctaua at Voeaa. I'Qila-i.lphia. K .T,i,i t 0. IML. ., , -r-a.r. t Co " Oct. Ii, 53 -ly OFFICE corner of ilrar and Main Streets areraasita UcCoajl.a Store. Warren. hio joci i.'3.l NOT CH - - - 'HE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore ezi.tinc betwcea Barroaaba at I Mi aaa iaiaia I day diolroJ. by atoAaal cuuieia. All per.ODS iu Ij.'ted to the a.K.re firei, will plraee settle the S.H.W with Dr. BurroBghs, at his ol&ce arer Sail, hs at Kc- Cunibs' Sture. BURKoraus iddings. DR . BrRR0UGII3 w old resctfully lnfor- bi frieti.rs a 4 ihe coninsQnky pewcrally tha he will coo ts, o- the Dental business iu all iliediifrrent oranchea L.nnr o.. reiarat-l &m tae S wlairake a-v beet, speb-.iiir a lew weeks, for tlie I urpoae of W.tc- arqiai.-iunr ninxseii ia wa d.aereai auiaa aaa styi.a of Lentil a'ork, some of which are doeide-Uy oeauti f.. an I every way alap.e t for a aabttitate for tha aiurai l rans itiriaf a haa expeeaatoa, eaat.'a ta ka. wo, n. and will stand lite hardest a.ndof uaaa.au'1 aofa break. Specimens can be ,-een at my ofiice. tr. B. his ia his eml.y aaexpcrienctMand co'tup-tent trork- a-enia. li.tnself rerformtD' all naHrrattona al tha , Chir,n I s.-ar ni no i ains .a eo.reetine aa.l CU:aa- th. a aural '1'erth, bavin tiue reeard at all tiroes. For the Ease and Comfort of hit Patients. -! as the rerasaoeav-y of hi operatic at. All kinds of Artlllcial Wora done that ia dune t the nro. f. ss.nn-, in a neat aa I d.inH D-a'.aer Ho ererk ' Wll percntud to lease ihe offiee until ei.tire satiat'aetioa is ( a -e n arrcaieii. prices as low ms-j-aO. work i-a-. hedoa OU st 1-ahratory mrer mltha cV Wcff imbsrera.' v " Corn-rol jaiu aal Xaraet ts., Warrca, O. Ottoigr id. ; r ; . . , . : . ; V THE USI0N: ,. .- 3IUSIC.1L ASSOtilTiON', k 71LL hold a ConvrfliioD in.: , V tfEST FARJHM-OTOM-, eu,aeae:a; oa Moailay, Ho.. . tn, at M a 'clock A aa.1 io conti-.nc inrec oa s ne exercises will b e. akeoted h PEOF. W. B. . Ttnarmimv t-mt v...w - T.c.rt. for the Coarentioa will V. as fwllows: 3a- tkmea: Sl.io Ladie. ia eta. . The -Jui.Hee." rill be aae4.aail other aaaaie fwraiah-. - ed l.y Prof. Br.l..ury . . , A l-eai ert o ill ue fire a aa Wedaaauay era, 2ie. . 4. In- i.Mir... . . "lit era froat a diaUa-ve will be aatartaiaail raa a( exi-eaw .- . . - . C .V i .Tka (H. W. tt. SitlTU. Jraa. . Oc.i'6-iw J. A. 'lit AC Y", ... DEALKR IX COOK AND I'RLOR, TOVES,. r AMD MANVrCTUKKR Dt Copper. Sheet Iron aad. Tin-Ware,' iwir Doors West of the' Bank, ' .- JlAKhal BlUt-kl. WAKuEN. Odior. w ANTED ... Su.iaai B i,hl- B-icVwhe 't aanted at tbe We.t- eu Kesi-rvc .l:. for wlikh the hiaheat a.arlet peica l - r mi -tpai-uaia-a nusisaiMxr. Marrea, Ocl. it w'A-f JENRV WARD BEECUk.tti -'' BOOKS. iNot-s from .Plyoi.tn'l. Pufp i ;.;' ' Vit-er and mticCiiou -wi) , iicliiua-i . Su'j fit. -" - ' Fiui.a. Ftiwcrs i Farmiaif.- ' " - at ADAHS'B'MIK 3TORB. IXErUTORS 4 ADTJIVISTrT-' t Hi' UCIDK. in lU aeoleaiant of Eaiatv ( c-wt-wJ aerauna. wihtn the eta e of i.-hio. Piice1.3-. forsaiel.y IOitl'KK ck SOX. " CHILDREN'S TOYS. A real etxiety for SB's al a C- W T rOBIIBS.