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A. ADAMS. EDITORS. WETUESDAT, JAN. 13. Gov. Dennison's Inaugural. The Inaugural address of Guv. Penui bod is an ablj written document; auJ not witLstandin? tlic fact that the niwsapes of the President, and Ex-Gov. Chase, have occupied so lare a share of our two last papers, wc think our readers Trill still be interested with the inaugural The Gov ernor speaks. Erst of the wonderful growth an! prosperity of Ohio, ar.l attributes a large, share of this result to the ordinance under which the state was organized, and which forever prohibited slavery or invol tratSry servitude within her borders. . He refers to our free school system and gives it his unqualified admiration. . Ha recommends a revision of the tax law, suggests Low the burden of taxation may bo more nearly equalized. ' He advises that all Teeeivcra of public monies bo held strictly to account, and that all defaulters be severely punished. - He calls attention to the need of legis lation respecting the Tublic Wosk of the State, and advises the appointment of three Comraisioncrs to inspect their condition and report. He is in favor of encouraging military organizations, and suggest methods to fur ther this object t lie recommends an appropriation for completing a Geological nurvey of the State He advises that the State constitution te so amended as to provide for limited annual sessions and annaal elections. He speaks of thcneglect of theFederal Gov ernment provide for the improvement of tie aarigablc waters of the Western States. He alludes to the disunion threats, and de Cues the position of the Republican party iu regard tj this subject, and upoa Slavery; and treats upon federal politics somewhat j asore at large than is usual in a paper of j this kind. ! j Gov. Dennison's Inaugural. Ohio Reform Schools. , , . , , fJ, From the 1 ourth Annual Ticport of the , . ,. . , iKOixx oi commissioners ior tnc year cna - i ana - l,i tl.. nr tl,n fyatem of Eeform Schools has, thus far, lecn salutary, and the result is highly en couraging to the friends of those institu tions. At the State Reform Farm, the whole numher admitted since the opening of the Institatioa, is 140, numlxr remain ing at the present date, 102. By a rule of the board, boys arc not hereafter to be reccircd upon the Farm, that exceed mxteea years of age experience has proved that boys ever this age cause the officers muck more trouble, care and anxiety than younger ncs, and that their influence upon the youBgcr, is exceedingly bad. ! 1 i Gov. Dennison's Inaugural. Ohio Reform Schools. A Christian Law. Tbe Legielature of Missouri Las passed j a law hich would disgrace any heathen State. It provides "that every free Xccto or Mulatto. ov the aec of eighteen vcars. -- -- - ( u who shall Lave emigrated to the state since the 17th of Mayt 1S47, who shall he found in the state on the first Monday of Septem ber, 1861, shall be reduced to Slavery. It also provide that any Xegro or Mulatto .., who shall not leave the state within niucty dnye fliereaftcr, shall, if under the age of 13 years, hr. sold Luto slavery till the age f 21 years. Hie bill passed the House by yeas 70 f 23 nays." , A similar bill is pending before tie Leg Mature of Tennessee. ! The School Library Tax. Tax for two years. Las passed the Senate by a ote of 22 to 12 as follows ' Yeas Messrs. Brewer, Collins, Fergu 'bou. Fisher, Glass, Harrison. Harth, Holmes, Jones. Key, McCall, Moore. New man, -Orr, Terrill. Potts, I'otwin, Ready, SartL,.Sjraguc Waiker and White 22. Kayt Messrs. Breek, Bonar, Cox, Cup-j-v, ason, Foster, Garfield,' Lackey, Mon roe, Tarish, Schleich and Stanley 13. - The .vote was not a etrictly one. Ayes Den. 7 Ecp. 15, , Nc " ? " 10. i The Ten Per Cent. Law. seen our lumbus 'Correspondent, the ten per cent in terest -law has been laid on the ehelf, by the Senate. We are glad to notice that tie member from this District (Mr. Cox,) took strong grounds against it The cor respondent of the Cincinnati Gazette says: Mr. Cox said if ten per cent was fixed as the "maximum legal rate of interest it would Lave the effect to raise the regular wiinary rate to the same figure. He made a wrry clear and forcible presentation of Lis views cpon the question. r. r Good Appointments. Iddings. Esq., Dr. -J.' f . Tortcr, of Newton, Lave been ap pelated by the Governor to bo Directors, en ike part of the State, of the Pennsylva nia" an3 Ohio Canal Company, for one year from Janaary 1, 1SC0. .'..Freedom Vetoed in Xebraska. A fill passed the Legislature of Nebras ka, frohibiting slavery in that territory. Got. Black, a dirt-eating Democrat, Las Tetocd it 1 a Exissmvk Wast. TLc Ashtabula Sentinel man must be down to icro, at least He says. "We want cords of stove wood we want three foot wood we want all kinds of wood we want a million leads of sled length wood on subscription. Fokrest Divorce Case. The vexed Suestion of this case has at last 1 cea set ed by tbe referees appointed, who decided that Mr. Forrest must pay his divorced wife $1,000 a. year from the time of divorce which, together with cost of suit, will amwtnt to tearly $ 100,003. Forrest Low tver, is worth half a million. F3ti College rrRSE. The West ern Fcniak.CoUegc, at Oxford, Ohio, was destroyed by fire on Saturday morning, Total Titfuc of jroperty $ "0,000; insured fcjf :p,oofl ed Culture of the Tea Plant. WASHIGTON, Jan 2d. 1860. To the peaplc District; the 20th Congressional; Ths Commissioner of Ta tents Las sent u. as you rcpre-cn!atT. a letter of wliicli the fallowing "u a copy: U. S. PATENT OFFICE. December 30th 1859. Sir : The tea plants ia .barge of this office will be ready for distribution in the course of a few weeks. Each plant, with the pot in which it is growing, will weiah about oiy: -and a half pounds, and must be forward- to it9 destination hy express, it is sup posed, from the best information to lie obtained, that the tea plaut cannot be cul tivated in the open air, north of the north ern boundaries of Tennessee and North Car olina. Hence they can only ba raised in yoar State by being placed iu heated con servatories and preeu houses during the winter season. While, therefore, the larger Krtion of the plants will be Bent to those States, where it is believed they can be sueeesfjl!y cultivated in the open air.-still a- considerable number of thera will be sent to other portions of the country, to be raised as a matter of curiosity. The office will probably lc able to send from 50 to 100 to such persons iu your State as may be designated by you. and who will be willing to pay the chnrzes on the same, from this I'laec to their destina- tion. ou are respectiuliy requested to 11 up the cnoliscd circular ith the names and post-office address of persons to whom you dc.-ire plants to be sent, designating the number to be s;nt to each person. Please return the circular to this offi.-c. Very respectfully, your obedient servant W. D. BISHOP. Commissioner. As I have not the means of I nowing who, and how mnr.y have the facilities and would like to mate the experiment of tea growing upon the conditions proposed, I take this method of notifvini those inter ested. Tcrsous who are desirous of experi menting in tea culture under the difficulties of an adverse cliiuate. will send me immedi ately, their uarccs, and designate the place where they can receive their package, by express. I Lave ascertained at the ex press office, that the prubible charges, on a single plant, will be 5 1,23. Should there be more wanted than there lire plants to he sent, the persons whose 1 , . . . .' names are Erst received, will be first sup- sup- ... I Your obedient Servant, JOHN HUTCHINS. Columbus Correspondence. COLUMBUS Jan. 14th, 1860 Dear Chronicle: The bill to protect Virginia from Ohio, after a warm debate in the Senate, was postponed until the first Monday of February. Tie able minority report of Senator Monroe, of I.orain, ex presses the views of thoe opposed to the bill, and should be carefully considered by the people of the btatc. Ihe tunes call for no pratu;tus truckling, and I shall be disappointed if the authors of that bill and it3 supporters do not discover that they Lave mistaken ths temper of the people of Ohio. mrrrilvra tn cnnsiilrr tlip Son.itnrial mins- tioJl was held on Mondav evening. The pen- tlemen who Lad absented themselves at the former meeting were present and urged in P0150" thcT ! for dc,:lJ- 1 -v ly declared that they were convinced a large majority of the party demanded the elcct'on of Mr. Chase, and that they bad no hope or expectation that any efforts of theirs would change the result or influence the vote of a. single nieinl en but they averred that the position ?! eome of the districts m wlucli a lar2c "Araeneau c.CSnw . still existed, was Fuch that the appearance of a hasty election of a man to whom that por tion of the party was opposed, would ex-J asperate them, aud tend to a permanent loss of thtir support All they wanted was such delay as would enable them ''to come down" with some degree of graceful ness. The Reserve mcinbcrs cn the other Land, declared that there were other voters whose wishes should be consulted, beside the in considerable number which had been re ferred to; that the minority in a party ought to 1 willing to yield whenever they found themselves a .'rayed arainst a deci-L-d ma jority upon a inire choice of caudiilatcs. he-voters of the Reserve, they said, Lnd miu:fe?i3l this spirit in stiti conven tions and elections, and Lad a riiht ti ex pect the same from other parts of the State; the interests of the p irty throughout the Union depended upon prompt aul vigor ous action, su.-h as should indicate vitality and vigor iu the Bcpubltou party of Ohio, and a course of trimming and vacillation would be injurious. ine out proposition ue discontents made, was that a committee should be an- pointed to call future caucuses, with the pro- viso that none should be called for the no:n- ination oi senator wr tnc cxpiratmn oi tour weeks. A compromise proposition that the caucus shall meet oa Monday evc nin" Feb. 1st. and nominate a Senator, was n 1- 1 'i i. i: ! liliailjr illUC; illlU tUl III.-U. A 1JU ClCviiVU will therefore take ilacc, without doubt, on the 2d or 3d of next mouth, and there is a universal admission that the thing is prac tically decided in favor of Chase. Xo fac- tious opposition could now be made by the i- i . . l . 1 i .1 i - lew oiavuena wunout violating xae.r a s- ; tmct and emphatic pledge given m the' OaUCUS. ) The interest question Las been again upon the carpet a bill baring been intro duced into the Senate to revive the ten per cent. law. An amendment giving per mission to the lender to exact any rate he could obtain was offered, and a lively de red. anu a ivciy oc- bate ensued in com in committee ot me wnoic. j The bill with its amendments was destroy- in Committee by striking out all after . thc enacting clause, and upon its return to thc Senate iu regular session was mdefi- uiieiy iwsijniiiL-u, .j a ,c.jr uv.- ';qw In the House the Democrats Lave done their little best to keep up thc '-irrepressible conflict by introducing measures to forbid the sc'tlcment of f.ei colored per sons in this State. Thc bill for that pur pose was killed by ridiculous amendments Committee of thc whole, and will not be found troubl isome again. The Retrenchment Committees in both Kou;c3 are busy at woik devising ways md menus of redaring taxation, and it is U.jwl I..if tin ..r!r nf tVw Cie;nn in this respeet will be ru-h as to merit the aporoharion of thc people. " C. J ltD1 ' " j Death ok the IIox. Liss Boyd. Thc Hou. Liss Botd died at his residence Fedueah. Ky., List Saturday evening, Mr. Ron represented Lb District in C'oa- oress for scverjl years, and during Lis lat terms (from 'ol to 'o'j) was Speaker. His reputation was that of a man of string common reuse, decided ability, and ua- intezriv. Mr. Loyd was at one time prominent as a caadid ite fjr the Democratic nominitinn f)r Presidency, b. las 2. !.. Congress. news, "no Spacer yet" The monotony !of listeuinr tt the blood and thunder We Lave on'.y to reiterate the stereotyped speeches of the ilisunionists wa3 varied i slightly on the 12th, by Air. IIak'n of Xev York, dropping a revolver from his pocket while he was making, or attcmnt- ing to make, a sjieeth. The Correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette thuj cckribe3 the scene while speaking, iu excitement IIakin unbuttoned his cat a single breasted one and with a sudden jerk of the collar, a revolver fell j to the floor from bis pocket There was niNtantly a grand rusa towar.ls him trmn all sides of the House, and trie scene whi.-h fallowed beggars description. In the midst stood the famous Keitt of S. C, swinging bis shagsy locks, breathing veugeucc and destruction. He with several others, raved most frantically. Most of the Ilcpublioans kept their seats, and Haskin maintained with much cooluess his position. lie attempted to speak ngiin. when a fresh storm arose with cries of "Put him oat "Choke him off, &&. The Sergeant-at-Afms apjieared and partial oidcr was restored. Irritating words were spoken on both side. .Messrs. Harris of Ml. 11.11 of Ga., Ethridgc, of Tenn.. and others made con ciliatory remarks. Mr. Haskin explained the accident of the failing of the pistol. whu'i ho placed in Lis pocket last cveniia. , 1 i ': i .i home. lour corres;xn:lciit and otiiers? , .-, tit; ttii iiitii iiiat trtciiiii iitu juc t : in the pocket from whi'h it fell. He lives; J . . , i ,i some dist.incc oat, and iiass:s tl roiwli th most dangerous part of the city. It call not fi r a moment be suppose 1 that he an ticipated any trouble in tho House to day, because .Mr. Clark began it When .Mr. Haskin proposed that here after no person should bring deadly weajions upon the floor of the House, not a Republi can responded. They arc determined to protect themselves. 1 lie Democrats all go armed. Why not the Republicans? Horrible Catastrophe. thrusthcr arm through the small Stat? are opposed to the rendition of fntivw f!W Kn-we. and also alhws a citizen of the State, whose n?gn has cscap- ed to a Xorthcm State, and whose rocapt ui-c is prevented by a lo jal law ia said St:ttc to garnishee any mnney or property belong near ing -o a cit;s.-n. of said Northern State, which mny be in this State, to satisfy thc value of the fugitive who may Lave escaped .md whose renditi-m is refdcl It was referred to the Committee on State and Federal relation! - -Questioned On the 10th iast the walls of the rcm bcrtou Cotton Mill atLawreuce, Mass. fell, burying about 700 hundred being beneath the ruins. Some four hours' after the full ing of flic building, while the citizens were engaged in rescuing the living, and taking out the bodies of the dead, a fire broke out iu the ruins, supposed to have caught from some of the lanterns and lights in the masses flf cotton, and those whom were still living were literally roasted. At least 130 lives were lost The details arc most hon ible. The dispatch to the Cleveland Herald savs: The mill was built abmt sevn years ago, and was then thought a sham. In deed, before the machinery was put in. the walls spread to suh an extent that some twenty-two tons of iron were put in to save it from falling by iU owa weight From the best information that can now be gathered, the building appeircd to crum ble and fall from the eastern corner or end. It fell inwards. Ihe lire department at onc repaired to the sjot, but there being no fire, they at once set to wo:k with a will to remove the rubbish. They very soon reached some rooms, so that the dead and wounded were tkin out as they could bo reached. Mr. B:auch, an overseer, has not been found. The City Hall has been converted into a temporary hospital for the dead and wounded until recognized. Mr. Talmcr was deeply buried ia the ruins all the t'mc. and thinking there was no prospect of being extricated, cut Lis throat to end hi3 suffering! Still, Lo wj.3 Ukn out and lived some time. One woman in the part of the mill stand ing, became frightened and threw herself out of the oth story door, breaking an arm aud iii'iniui herself so she cannot recover. 'jWhWiiig force of the mill is about OGO, audit U supposed that about 700 huaaas wore actually buried In tn-j i"U;ns. A woman just rescued says there were some twenty-five more ia the viciuity of her, yet aHve. About half past nine fire was discovered. This ad.litional horror struck terror to the hcaits that Lad before been hopeful cf saving more lives. Still the work of . re moval went on. The force pump and cn- giuei oa tu3 ground were at oux got to wort, and have been pjuring torrents on the ruins, so that at i l-0 the fin; docs not seem to gain, and hopes are entertain ed that it would be etiyed. Tnose near the breaking out of the tire were almost on the point of cxtriiutiug a woman, not much hart but the flames drove them back, and the woman is supposed t Lave polish ed. The Mayor L;is 'telegraphed for the LotcII Fiicmjn. who will arrive about one o cloci. 12 m. Cakmltv succeeds calamit v. Iu become one sheet of flame. ILe screaming nJ moauings of tUc p,. buricd crcatUre7 CM aistinetlv heard; but no power can cvc them. .-0 Tn2 rembertou Mills are now a black smoking mass of brick and mortcr. and human bones, promiscuously mingled. Probably not les3 than 2U0 beings perished ia the flames. A portion of the operator j hsd left for supper previous to the falling of the build ing, about COO remaining. The building was five stories high, 2-0 feet long ly 70 wile, with a wing on the west side, 45 feet gla d the lettcr It ran 2ifl0 gnin(ilci aaJ 9G0 oncrators were em- T1In-vl lln-,rft t?ii Knil(liT iVluMtf firr fl number of those imprisoned beneath the ruins could be seen and conversed with. Drink and refreshments, in some instan ces, were passed to them. When the Cre spread over the ruins they found escape Lo lcsJ anJ b;J aJieu to ilcrl!u aaJ iu . .. j;.:,. na , ,1: -d()n of cffecti Jn onc t bf thc luiij;n2ailo!e was battered tUrouaU a wall, M(1 th;o11,lh it the girls who ;d t, t t, t t aU i.liurcj. aperture and begged to be drawn through but before thc ?.p?rturc could be made large enough, tLc flames drove thc men away, and thc prisoners perished. -o o Souther:! Feeuxo. In thc Mississippi Legislature, Mr. Smy'co, or Hinds, intro duced a bill "to protect the people of the State from Northern f utaticism." Its provisions exempt negro property from seizure and sale to satisfy debts due in The store of J. L'Homraedicu, at Cnya- j Leg Falls, was robbed ot abont ? 1 OtX) 1 woi tb ft a tew nignts Since. i . - Ohio Legislature. SENATE—MORNING SESSION. FRIDAY, Jan. 6th, 1860. ''(lass, i isaer. Cujipv. I enul and l..is-m. x. .. ., ,, ,,- , On Jew Counties llcCall, iaikcraud .The Seriate 'opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Hogc. The minutes of the last,scssion were read a:id approved. S7AXDINO COMMITTEES. Lieutenant Gov. Welker aunouuccd the , following standing committees. I On Agriculture Cox, Jones, Glass, Bon- J ar. Ten-ill. Kason and Holmes. On Claims Harsh, Rrewcr, Totwiu, White and Newman. On Common Schools and School lands Monroe, Stanley, Garfield, Schleich aud roster. On Currency Smith, Totwin, Sprague, Foster and Ferguson. On Corporations other thnn Municipal Moore Collins. lm-ll. Fermim .-mil , o Orr. On Federal Helations- Harrison, l'arish. Ferguson, White and ! Eason. On Finance Stanley. Totwin, Smith, Holmes, Schleich and TerrilL On Judiciary Harrison. Jones, Cox, Ready. Schleich, Key and WLitc. On Library Urcck, Cox and Key. On Manufactures and Commerce Sprague. Morse, Collins, Xcwuiun and Foster. On -.i.t.a bonar, Morse, ' Schluich and Holmes. On Municipal Corporations Ready, Ercik. Monroc. Ferguson and Schleidi. On i n jlic liencvol&it lustitsiti jus -tcr , .', .... t i On reintentiary I ansa, , 1 Totts aud Orr. Oa Public Printing Potts, Smith and Orr. On Tublic Works Tones. Lackey. Moore, Ready. Schleich. Holmes and Ncwuan. On li.ulniad- Culiins, Laskcy, Cuppy, YLitc and Tergususi. On Retrenchment I5iwcr, Garfield, F Liber. Newman and Foster. On Roads and Iligways-Ijskcy, HcCall, Walker. Kason and l'errill. On State liuildings Totnin, Collins, Cuppy, lVriill and Key. Oa Universities. Academies and Colle ges Garfield, .Moore, Cox. Key and Orr. On Privileges and Flections Walker, Ronar and White. On Medical Colleges and Societies Fisher. Glass and IInhae3. On Salaries aud Fees Brewer, SmitL, Harrison. Orr and Kason. Ou Evils Resulting from the Sale of In toxicating Liquors Morse, Cox, McCall, Newman aud Foster. On Reform School and State Asyluinfor Idiots '- Monroe, Rrcck and Sckleioh. Tiiecb Heavy Bullocks. Three of the best and heaviest cattle ever raised in Fay ette county, or the State of Ohio, we be lieve, were sold last week to Henry Dryant of Ross county, and arc now. on their way to New Yoik for Christimas lccf. Henry Kirk's steer weighed 3,000 pounds, and sold for SJ Thomas Kirk's steer sold for the same, and weighed 2.9S9 pounds; .Morgan Hays' steer sold for the same price, and weiiihed 2,938 pounds. Beat this who cau! ... 1 . Wft tan lnlitrm the ieoMc abroad! that those are not all the Linie cattle we have. Tom and Henry Kiik have yet each a steer that are destined to make larger cattle than the ones sold. Morgan Hays' steer took the first premium at the last Ohio State Fair. Washington Register. Slaves Is Missour.i. The St Louis Republican rhows very conclusively that thc assertion that slavery iu Missouri is rapidly declining, is not true. In ISoi, by ret'ercn-'c to the returns of the assessor, it appears thc number of sl.ivcs in thc State was 101.SG3, valued at 83-"),0'.O,22,-!, whereas in 1So9 thc numher was 10J.712, valued at S 37,0 11, CO J. Cbjistiaa Aati-SIa7ery Cavsntiax JIlsopotajiia, Jan., 12;h, ISC"). EI3. Western IttSToe Gtronuie. Dear Sirs: Bylow plvise CnJ the pwc:edi:ig of a Con ve iton of the friends of U'.k.t: v. which are no cut to yotl, rqiu-sting thtir pblicatiua in j yjur j-aj.tr. The C.'irisliiu Anti-Slavery Convent ion rjit 1 the 31. E. Church, iu Mesopotamia, D.c , 31st, liCO, at 13 o'clock, A. M. nnJ was orj;.i iiisrJ ly dieting Rules E. Bcinan, Esq .lV.s i lcut, tn.l Rrv. J. B. tlrovcr, 8oe:vt:ry. Thc Conventinn was ojicneil ly r.aJing the 2C;h chajiU-r of Cn.1 Chn.niclcs, ly T.cv. L. C. M.it lack, singing thc Gl'Jth hymn of thc Wishyan VethoJist colhction, anu j raycr ty Rev. J. 15. Grover. The Convention was then addressed by Rev. L. C. Miitluci, who gnvc an account of tiic Convention Lild ia Coluuilms, O., Au gust 10th and lllh. Hid, cksing his r.-niarks by submitting the fallowing j roprition, fcr the considi ration of the Convention, viz. Jet. Slivtry is always a crime and a sin. 2J. American Slavery is thc vilest that ever tr.-x thc sun. 3d. A Slaveholdir.g Republic is the worst form of oppression. 4th. Aimrican citizens arc nl!, cither volunta ry or involuntary aup;xrters of thc system of American Slavery. 5th. American Slavery, as a system, embraces, slave making, slave trading.and slave hunt ing l y Xstioiial authority. Cth. A political organization embracing a ira jori'y of thc people, can only exhibit thc av rnrre of ublie sentiment. 7th. Pii.dic sentiment as jihi'.dtcd by the best political organization in thi3 country, at present, onVy condemnstheencroachmei.tsof slave power. 8th. Thc control of public srntimcnt is mainly in the hands of the Kcligious Organizations of the nation. 3th. Tpon these therefore rests thc responsibil ity of developing the power to destroy slave ry, to continue it indefinitely. 10th. How to call forth and concentrate thc re ligious power of the nation, is a question of immediate and overwhelming importance. These proK.i'.ions, were ado;tca by thc Convention, after being thoroughly discussed by Revs. L. C. Mathiek, A. Dresser, and oth ers. The following resolutions were also ado; ted by the convention: 1st. Rescind, That the gospel of Jesus Christ is a gopel of IVirrtg, and if presented faith fu.!v in the instructions of tlic pulpit, and maintained in its purity by thc disci; line of the church's, it would break every yoke and set all the oppressed free. 2J. Itesoleed, That thc general unfaithfulness of the pul; it, and thc common indifference of thc churches on the question of slavery, in the past, p-quirvs an immediate and spec ial effort in order to avert the deserved dis pleasure of God, by doing works meet for repentance. 2d. KesoIceJ, That we aro glad to know of the Christian Anti-Slavery movi ment, and will most cordially co operate with our br thren in this State, by ci.r cGorts, cur prayers and l'j" thc contribution of material aid. Tho Convention was attended throughout the day and evening, by a large and deeply interested audience. At thc close of thc even ing session n collection of $17.00 was taken up to ai.I the ause of liVrty and humanity. RUrCS E. BEMAX, President. J. B. GROVEH, S.o. i'hu, j 1 ; -lrd pi a (r. a of in WARREN MARKET. j Per bM... Klur $5,507.fl! s.-it j.t: lr lu.. M litat 1.41 Corn 73"-0 Out STi Fiiixawl 112 C1..VT S.v.1 5 57t G n;i TiinotJiy 2 "U(if H lid it nut ........ . PoIjiIih1 Pir lb Huuer .".V.V.. Ch'rur ... Dri.-d A''U Colke Siiifar Orlmr.s ... Flax Jmu--i lVrk aiile .llt...... Ileitis amoked ...... Vi..le Hog Wool Per loz ..Eeiis lr tun Hay . i.tiVf 1 0:1 12(ti l5 . 4- -ju,u-. 8J1II(0U ' tt 10 m u 0 10(H -2 4 1 f(?6 . : nTT?T TTrV7 att .AW.A-ar" iiii iiuiia6a, HIXU VJliliAiu VUJji. Ir ;t.. ft..;... .i. - t , . . . . .r t ... TV , lh' then-nh-.h.irtcrr! , ZAn'T 7 l.?. lah a-e'l with ; iit.l :!isea cwlcil.jrlinl.anti far all frr nl ve- lori. hv rii4 a:l raur nl Ihr throat. iuiijt tmnrh. aa.i fral w.Nki.e iml 9ickties ol eTrrj- ainu. Tom uir.c to uv O! nut i-ill. oa un.g io W.,, f... m icw .ii . win i.can in it t?u ren-l . tu ri-iiflm o lu -rl.-ct hRil la. 11 In. hern anuiilual all lrr Kiifipi , ll.at lli. r.- rti -in, mcicihr, tint will k: rtJiile all luoinirr ul .IU r ir.mi Ui jli-iu.r,u,l t.. Ur it' Im Iia Kovt fill.;"" ill. I Hie .re)in lakr thrlu. ILe slrut.per y, Qtiuff 1 titf ar reunited ii.iii i.iitiriu.r I hut Ihi- liaum hour i , al..ct lit I a: one tii-asr. I aa.rl : riictt tuBioi. llire u:l .rou !t cw ..!.,.,.. ..,,u .t lrm ail oibid ui ciiU t 1 un ur, iLjI UitiaK vl ever i-nie i .irt n tit n. i).r i .M.j. G2EAT FEMALE HEDICIXE. Fcm. who ue :ral.b t.t.u ! i.trtT -e iihaf Ilicav Hi U n ha t-rtu Mtm;ui-i l a m n.Ur f us, that i ml-M ctuiioi iuu tnt l v iu- t'trtu. hrj Uavv it r-u ttrt'ifi atxl - inu o hu-i.-rnU oT fringes Nttriuui ih.n. .u:ii )4ve Urc!i in ihfir anu (fir t c a bauttiu, c r. Ii.a.lhv. ai.l in j. iiHK ai i'tar.n.c-. A . x ul u.rsc k in . a (-rent uie .it a cu. aitiou a; ccriiu .cn.-ts. ftiiu'i.c i i till te kiluuiu Im- la. mr. .1. . 1. 1 -l. .i .... r'1- wcbioi.ii. iitu u, urn Lrei in. ijiira iu a uraaiiv coou ttua. Pa. Miifcts lii(4iau Koot P. Ms arr -oi l hy alt .fal PALPITATION CF THE HEAET." I liui.. Thi U t crtili ihit T r.-ii t-uVe I with th i"li.iuiiuu f Hie i.trart tvf -ver.i yAr. an I al tiuira irvit- il. 'l i C -ui-l but tuy iluurn ui 1 tl at icltt. aud altr a;p ti (c rvr'al rBi:ir m.d luautl iii) rflirf. 1 (o.ut I ( Hi ajiCiil, P. A. ituil max. oit 1 o:tle uf Hoi 11 .ci'i ieru. Kititfr.-. r .rl y Ur. C. M- Jat-kiu;i. of I'luUJ-l, i. ai.i I ruti'l comutbre'i 1 frutu tn, I cui.iii.uru io u-e ;i, hii4 now 1 ia i-rt f(-ccl f-rred ot tU il use. -a-l I tlu rer nutivni U to all ahn tn-K ir mUj C't w th te same 'iiicane. At 1 am rail-fie I it is a rulua its lucJ. ci ' 'liven under my har.d.th-s tV 4t!i rt t nt eto'.er, I5i. VALh.II. liALiJiTAi.K. V ro, KUistOD Co., hy. Thee llittvrs ar aoM ly ilrupyitts anrl ttor kfp tr in rvrrr town ami Tillage in the l'iiiti Sialc. C-4na-li9. W et Iadte, and S uth America, at 75 c-nt I r buttle. jau 1 1 ! ! ; j i j i II , ' Marriages. At Xcwton Falls, on tiietli 1 11st , by the Itcv. S. Steven., Air. WESLEY IK ITCH A ED, to XU ELiZAEEl II 1SSICX, allefwton Fulls. In Greene, on the 8th of Jan. at the resilience of BoswII DariL-tt.EUq., liy St -warl Kco, E(., Mr. LZEK11L EAr;TLETT, to liiss MELIS SA EOXXEV. In Ccmtsville, Pec. 17th, ly M. C. Ilon cren, Mr. JAMES KCK1CX end AXX ELIZA TAEER. At the Ecstwio IIc-USC. iu Cr.I.Cvlt!, r-n the j 4t.i inf-t., l J. I,. Llockftom, Esq., iir ' TITflr 4 O C K T V 170 - - 1 r:. rrTrT ia.u.'l.lsJ vajt4lL.U Itllll aUl?3 Jl.llkl II. V ' , Deaths. At Canfield, Mahoning Co . Ohio, on the 9:h of January inst., Mrs. t'LEXOK MTGATT, r.-lict of Comfort S. Mygatt. in the ESd year of her age. Mrs. Mygatt came with her husband and family from Cmbury, Conn., Iter native place, to Cai:field, in thc summer of 1SC7, at which place she las since resided to thc dy of her death. She evr r w.-.s an exemplary Christian, an afftctionate wife, a kind mothtr, a good neighlw r, a friend to thc p wr.and died as she hnrl lived, very u.tich resjected aud esteemed. CanMd Sen. In Sew Trrk. 4:h inst.. UAXXAII D. D., relict of Win. LefSngwell.of Xew Haven, Ct., in the fist year, cf her tge. mii.ji.iMiwiniiiMi 111; -t " Ml -m : 1 "-1 l'-.f!t-,l' S Sfc&trtisciBrnts. Casual Aivi-i ti( i;i. nl nut.' I"- Jtil lof Wlll'tl ii.lllifr il III. 1 II K S I A'J 1: OK C- tinty. I i the Cna I'll IO. T: of fro a.e. J .. Srwn. A'!ut il:e Sr.h Unt1it 8fh M.Iwk X"'ce It ContM'-ttota uitt. ILrjiti Lri chi .t. Ki A ( ! Ut! C UUmxU rW-t. .Vmiii. II S'tmart j 11 M Mrwrl Clo'il. ft I ttguih tid ll.-nr) liuliie. j Ibr rat'l rt-feri!at. nntie. that tit llt'i ,iy i.f Jirmarr, A. . I-Go the ai t A l unii-irsiiitr tiled, ia ihe I'rot'tt'e T.-urt .f 4 om t . a Ie: t-M. Iirtfii -f V n ibeirS hfUy of V.ier1rr. A .. ibs J lin K.iiir. titi in full l.fe. rn.-rr I mi coi-tr ct iu r tiijf wtt.i ll-nrt ttfi'-te. f t i'ip l"l .t!:i: utriil-t.d rrl Mt4 t. i:nr!- In pu-A Vmu: nI Ui rit d n f. . tu tu: V nikgf lo: ft t in Uo kO-!rl ol htii Ui ty . ftr the tvui t.f thire lid: divC tiii.i fifty rii-ltnr h:ch mclie numty Iims utreii iMid mw! llrnry fvti .1-?. ., wit. Mil h tf m1 rrtsl fsrtc fli(-tiil i-e nimJr; that taII'1 ! i,l I i.trtli Ilaijii-. hamh M. i.ckl.4rt. Hiram Lkhnrt. ! x A. pitewrt. Mu da II M-art. K. M. .t-n. mud Ciot;l'a liurhr r the h ira nl Ur ant l?.'! rrprekci :a.e aaii ilctiM Ihe pra.irr f ihe i::l;ou lor a hn tty tu nuke a 1 tri to a tit Uury Stru . 'n Itrlulf of rani hir at la r. fcid .clit:ou c fur hear-L od the C.h Uy of V'rutrv, A. U. IMi J. J. K. tTt Tt A UF. A'ftrfnfx'ratur of J-Uq Lujjl.ti, dec'J Jannarj H. l'tU-3r LEGAL NOTICE. Hugh B. Wirk, platid,! vt. In the Court of Corctntii Jbn Touna; ani f Pleal lor Tmmjull Coamy, sairelia uuug. dr i U J Obi a. Th- t.cr.mai.tp. J hn Yonnp an j Isabella Yoantr non reidt ma. will take cliff that tha i:a nt IT. lJuiih. It. Wick, tiid n the tUh d:ty of J mtMty, fi:e b a , til o - in ad C'urt of t mir on Plena, avrnug t!i.t , aid J..h Youuje U mdH t-d t biai n t:ia pri mii.-oiy j uotr I r th- fum uf a x I uo.lrt! roMata atlh aui.Ovil iiitere.-t at ten p r no-, from ArI (and at j 0 the raid note i aernrrd lr ni'riru2e an Mnda ta h 'sflt-ld. O . and t-xrcuti-d t aaiu J.diu and Ii aet'a Ycung). and pra a for jU'R.ei.t.aiid in .tfcH f pameut,tbat aid nirrip cd t rrmnrs b add $id defrtirtant- are required to answer vu r t-efore ata'daT.th ITihdy ol A'arcli, lrf'.. rr aaid jurij uieut aill be taken a praytd for hr a)d itlaiirtitf. f if. a r. ii. nirctn.3. Janaary I. IfCn.-Tar Att'ys f .r P.ait.nJ. CHE1 O Da; SHERIFF'S SALE as Special Mmcr. d Uorrii.i In rruwbull County Diatrlct John 1Attiea (t al Court. By Tirlne of an ordT of al isned from the Iia trict Ot nit t Trun bull Connty. t'bio to n.e directed id ri.-liied. I rhatl Mlrr f r a.t'c at I'u dic Auction, SpTial ila-ler ) at ihe djor ol ibe Court Ilouae in Warn a. in tid county, on Saturday, thc ISM day of February, 15C0, belarrcn lie h mra of lUwVb.ck A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M of ru'd d.ty. ihe ftdloa-Jn drrtl e l trrtj or paree'n of real etat, hitute in the tow n h p .f vVeatlii rfleld, in Truot) u.l Cucuty. aud are descriiied follow: No I. A part of lot fi in t-art !fi, screnty-aix acrt more or Irai. pini" I at I ti .tw. Ma a. L-tfa and "ill in 4 aere trart. eont ilnlrc '4 acrra. this Ikii j: 'h- hotur?ira'i farm. l.c-it )f atl r wttin off a hoted. a out -CI aciei.mai or let. App'ae l at 9 O I'll pr acre. h o 3. A 1st tot l in tract 10. alout C3 acrra. pmced at 9X10X0. Terma Cuh. A. II LYMAN. SherilT and ?;.rrial ?fa;ter. Phrin "m r-fllee. U'arrei . January Ift;n.5ir CHtKIFF'S SALE. O AJiur. of Warren lleatvn.i Ti Crnrt of Oomtnof. v. P:eia cf Truuiiall Chir.es Keep et al J CwirUy. By rirtue cf an Ordrr of Pal? Iued frim the Couit Cotbinon Flraa cf X run.hu H County Ohio, to-m. 1 -reeled and ielir rel. I ahal! ofVr f.r t ilr at PitMic Auction at the duorof the Curt liouce iu lVarreo.ln said cennty. on atuit!;tr, the IKlh dr of Ttbruai y, lSCt Itetwrathe h .un of I" o'l c. K. M and 4 o'clock p. 91. ol da-. th follow id ; d-crili I real 9'nt?: i'.ua;e in ibr Ttl a :e of M ; I- a. in lln lan-h p f ttrat!e'fif-ld. i!i raid f'Ut.ty.and ia tion a I -t in'tn -rr i.iocttreu m fa'd eilu-o tf Nil-, villi the rtWrliinr l.uJe and oth r ap:.crte anct therron. At praise i al fteveu bunured dnll r " erm Caili A. II f.YtlAX li.riif. fh-rilTs f Cice Warrca, Jai.uiry U-'. l.-GC j NEARLY 150 lHra' F-mi!v BiMe h.Te been told at AD IMS GIFT BOOKSTOKR with-n four weeks, a aa lew prices a thry can be hai the itaie, anJ a I at daoue rid with every book. CTOP IN AND bEE the fj.le. du! M ...... . iniV4' I GIFT BOKSTOhB. A pift vita every Look, lorth from 50 uu to sixty dollara. -l-.i-j'i: Z K lot ibe the B-tinninv 9f of olT. P. ' ilio i the to us i'3 run the par t.L' or A Ihe r.a-e -t'i 1 an j ONLY PREPARATION WR! HY fW Universal Confidence & Patronage For Statesmen Judges Clergymen, Ta'ir r-A iitlfrtn. In nil at the worl-l ttt tiv. and 'i.itt-Dtn rf in lrs are on-n moni in it piftis A tr ! M rnnnixl mii! ran te hre Kiret rtre crcnWr fur uiorc, auJ it will he iwposiiLne for you tu uh'it- firTLKMt: Yoa uot of Iff 15 h inrt.. has hcen 'e.lreif . :n; t!at j a hal h-ril tba T hail ber 'P"fitf T ill- osr of Woo tir K-t-raiire. acl n-mnr-inxr my certificate of th? fct if I hi1 nool-jrc-J' ttun to j:ive it. I awar.l it to yna ch-rful1y. I.ecane I U.ink it ilue. rr ' s,,Jw rolor of niT hair is 1 "'n ffl tnriiriM p rmi. !me flw or mi veam hum it hfpnn to turn r-ay. anl he rcl on ih crnwn i my nfau in ive it nit'iit ait rim tlrui lo forB oih-b it. Erh of thr Hi-f i iTti n rrear! i!h lime an'l a' at fror nj-nih-i tinre a hair Car.it e od the to. OI n,v ut iiira:riiii-r to mvt n e ial.l. "-uu('itii prr-imBi-m. i w tornrm 10 tr, W.....1, H.,ir Ktorf.. lu irmlilK '.' " ,! '.'"' rrinr,rf .h .... r. i ....iKiw.. ... . ami it.. ii.tr-if rt-a-r)1 to fo. im oil in, n-ail. vt.r. mac' ! ffrvifi atl. n mj wife. t vhut- solictLALi hi l i.iBr t In iu V... .i.i. .i Mi-a:aa I An tn hr II LuahrB ' ho Tllnr I .tn.r.c jr r-ci-n:niri d Hi? ai'niiraii.iii o t'.t tr a i i lo iin fir ! my clanipte. aid u r it it yew!) c erit- 01 r-"il.f Wry ir.pfrlia K- ISKN.A I.AVKXnER. Tn O J. IV i ai i:o.. ill B.- i-.I ra. V.i'k: y.y lnn'il.T almn.t Iri m b. City, auil 1bdr lonrralNw 1 1 Varr l Pinev. Si-nr-liti. IU.. J'iK CO h. I..i9 T Vi or O J. o.d; p.-:,r S-r: "pr ' ll.ir K!n ralivr" l.aln e litv liir tn mucn v.h,i 4iur I Coin iii.i c-' tl-eu- fit. Ii. I ih'0 im cfcMnl. Ill- I'l lil.li: uf its riW ca ;l.e h.tf. ah:rh air rc.t. A m in of ini.;i ai.y lie nar.T vt.il ! I a r. nli.l a refill t. your i air He nor me '' tle l,irii r-'mrrt mure i-utiful tSan ever, al leaai tlii i; u.y rxiri-'Le. It., lev, i: nit ! l.nini:. KKNFIiV V. ' -Ym C4ii u';i h tS a' u -e il like By 1 a ni.-l hi.' ii. iar a l,trri p..r4 'a a ii: t n Mtir,i a "ii'h I MTi-ril of nm CiT'.rlli-ate, iu tl. .W. . .WrrCiry.a t:a Soiirln-r- . npe II. K. ..!. Wnon'3 II Hit KK'TORtTIVK. Prori?j.oa . J. Uoiic: Dr.r rir: l.-.ri t hul lh I B!'l"' luiic ! I 'e Ih- he -I iriitm of nr hair. In n : lie eli'ei-l of the y-l o fever ih New 'IrVatja in Ir-.'.!. a an im Bitil iw make a tr-al 01 3 our r. uaratmp. aMi fnoiiil it to anaaer at ll.r vn Uiil r u- ee I. Vy h.tr is noar tliic ami if I . an I ho words cn cs re-s my olirttou; you in tfrvingt to tit alh rten tch a tira'U.e. M.Lr.l luliN&oN. Tli- llr' or;.rire l lnt np in bottle of three all-a T;t: Urai. nenui.ai4 lirull; the tnn.ll h-U ) 4 y nt. mi.i1 flail for o. c tiotlr ier bi.tlle. the mciii ui liol-ts at le.l tventr l ereerit. ni.ie in proironron ititu he njit. retAis f c to .iulia.-a tt Oottlr; the l.re h"l if a qn-iri. 4U per ce:it. mre iu u.-ortiou. slit, ri-uii for S3 O. i WimiII C.l . Proprietort. 414 Rrnadvay, 01 ai.il I II -Marh-l 'rcel. t. L 1J1S. He. An.l 90M ! all goud DrJfists anil Fancv floods Dealcra. Ju H. Ol -3in 1 n- 1 Pr. iIrrtnon. hTinj hem t faf rerlaccl t con tumptit o. to l' roii'i-Iercil tyonI 11 lv uf recoT ry t'.v ihe u-.ant en iir t of ihe invftrl oefsion. 1 aUfjin h.mli 1 rivul-r thi c n f Ivritiv art .irtirf a 1 t?t .rt. i?o.iCciviH ih i!ra 01 A.N A I. 7.N1 H1aOD at... ai p'ynf th nJ jrrt u itiyuf.ipy ! the nitire :iutu-'iite crnivtin. anl eH -rt of N- ts e of ihr hln.t Hihih lh- h-ith an.! )-m- T."e re nit haj litn lite r.rfuctio' of tb ItLi'MfD Ft .1.H irouuheu.'FU vl ich Ur. HrnFon retnrffil tn rrf ct hr.tith. H i h a tx month aler it- ir troiucttoo.orcr two ihoa-a:fJ rortuDiHivrs arre eiirtu i. curr-U r it. If aj bve any rm I l.iirtt rf a mi tr.mi tire tn'tme. C. Ctd Heai-tiche, I'mlpfm' :m mf tkg lirmrl. L -tttt, mr Mil im thi S'te. r"-e lo liair tu rorar(ft aleull'oni ih KHM11 f.-UU ' lftvi are mtTTerlt.ir from S" err oils If iifir or yur alrtp hfk mm4 4itTiel , 11 xuur Spirit art Jrpesii or our Org mm relaifi. nu wll It d in ttn aa atifilinr rn:e-'jf iv r. m-ftt'i.ciny with ttr-p. If jmr Lifer im tort i 1 nr 1i-t-e, in mi-y m.-tinttrr wlirver. mne mr tteo ka'tles will ! pure i in vtjfor'", a il irii g it iucly ati'i elihtnt actin. In the most inrrirri a r nf I i mt mf m t m tiaai van ti wa t.u.Uht .io3t eihciutati.! tfitiil r-Ue. A he-vvBt i ymU mr e Cmmp iti Mi.li ir. the iU nrr. tir t. viri-f t.th i r me Ht4 in hi. w rl - ' ur-.i.ih.-u irtm ck i II re- it f rm 'Ii- it Je f ttr or three 60'tt". Tt e U'-'-Hi Kcri' 19 rff et iu a I cn, t y.rttptiom . Smtt J2Ye at Se '"' am! 4thi-r ike con j a!ni fate mmJ tmneitvtd et art miultt are iuuje i-au-'y be.ientil jr ita It tir a;reiii:t 10 h- 1. tu rilir aol beauty to thf a.iu. ' Phticimmm mil tekmalt axe o:,i! jr it v itti a on r'ul -uec-i Fur fu:iiiret.on. e ercubrs. Pri re SI per bottle iiu:iJj;i i 4 uf ai4iai tlm ut tij a Km j 1 -it U4tuj 1 'UUi ioig i(i joj juii)j-a,i nt u-:X ;oti a iuq a aoii umj 1'IU1 .li,rl JtIO, HUd ( JJ 1 I tkaJft ).I'JU1 tji'l t atll Ill Ul;uUMt Wl QU iaUI II! ii aa.Mi l 1 a.A"a. m -t !- -rf 1j-i1 t. uu wti rf Uja li JiutCjl 1'J "! d.l"H.' -M J:H- l Iu-j joa uiai aHitA;ij pur nun a Juiutj ui -u( : .-Vji nj Aii i ixxs i q-'o ti UXdX )Xia.dJ.Xir iii.Xl l.l. . TIV U M ijA Jo iijoi f i ! tJi - 3 in au j ; 11 Ul i !!"- P"- Ui'UJ J l JllliU4 ! j lf oUJ -4lJniM I : si.4i4t.' iU4jt ( l jlfUUOf i'tl UJ0II ii XU-'H ,0 AtiUtft '..-, uu:jjJt' a,i JVU . 4 1 uiojj uti dut-t ! M" I m JW4 a-l ; Act4 ju. iiiuu iituat l- JM'1 MM- uu'jik Iu.ij ! a9 iKja i t tin u'l f 1 Ji a. j ix !'IMJ' 1! 3 tii-ii' " j iHrftij Mij iO M j ii.sjii H iiVMHJi i ( k-A-iJ .V( Mfb .iiiu iut "l 114 AUK jU Wli Jt JIl'iAMtil ii.O jJ S JUiH- 1 1 . iu Ulip JJ t;.3Jl wi l(i)C:'t,iIj -t u; -! ij i(iU o iiiwi i-9i ub tm a tisiji Mt'( JtlaWj V j UOl.K4tUtl ! j 3 jo .J3 1 Jn jo -urn iti m:ji-o 1 aj Ht4U.A-.lW al JH OJ - .'dOJ 1 SoM -y CUCItCtl k rrPrtT. Trn7Uts. Vi-rlt. A::-l Vy all rcfpertyble Drnjrlata thrmirbo'it the ccmiirv. Jaa I'-tO-ly CMTRIFFS SALE. O W.hi 10 ll:?to1ns In Cncrtnf Crtminon Pleas va. 1 ol fruuitiaii couuty. hotraa M. nif. et- al- ' m vtrinrnlan ! m ortlvr of alr. U?urt ont of the C'mnoi Coniifiit I'leaaoi f rumi'UllCottt Jlio.tm direct: ami .irlivcrtil. 1 Davc .t.iru upon anu ai.au Warren. Truuull t'ouiiie.ou Saturday, ths I $lh day February, 1 SCO, l';taeeii tlie buiirx of Id oViucK A. !.. an 4 o'clock M., of i n. I tUy. Jereuib U. VVoli ball or Ibe fullowine tlraerihnl Kt-al ttte aitnate lui i'nl Tynhip, Trum all Cuui.iy. an-J ia known as beii.p part ot let No.? and ia bounded aa fuMoa: lleg niiiitir at a put atandiot; on the eau ! ml taitt i. ad runriu u:b aioitp the mad leadirif frutn t'ertre ol llao arl tt U:-okfi'-M. to the fecatb rast corner of lot V'; lken. wt t the aoalb a-eat eorrrr of raid lt -" ! a po; ibe nr north on the weal liuf- of aai-l i- to a joai. and Iron thence ra-l pirmliel to the fonilt line of aaid lot IS to a Kt. ur i:co ot IcR.BD'rr- cuf.taii.ipjt ility acre of land. aio. an..thtr" tram la ii. tlu-.i.rd. hi.oaa aa pari uf l"t nerriucti an-i fuumnu a at a pun sUi.d t.tr in th nurth-wect corner m ft ol land lrlu!itiiir t Jr.hn lloyoo!; ih-nce ntnninic al;nii the rud leading front the Centre of tl .).ard to ItrunklifM. t a p-! staiMittiK on the lina t rod ro ir nrih a ibt Uu running wert (riM ait-It o a-nd road unii: it tnkra the wrw li"et lot No -'. and ibe.rc on aid Jiue t the norib-v-st t ornrr of Mid Jubn IU.vwnr Und aa abatl u einde within aid lii.ea miy acrra of Had: Both pirrr cot.lininn onc hundred ai:d trn acre of fond. Thecal I andiYiied balf la a,-pra:jed at i.UUi.uu. Tkrm Cash. A. B. LYMAX. Sheriff. SherilT OCce. Warren. Jaa U. CIIERIFF'S SALE. Aualin KiUliee ct al I I ct al k 5 In i t rt al ) of 1 Court of Common Uraa Joiterh IIazeidin rial of 1 mail u.l C ui.ty. Ry virtue of an or tier of ale Uaue I from th Court Con m.n Pit an of Trum' u.l Ct.u..ty i'hio, I ha I r for ale at Ptrdie Auction, ai tho dour of lie Court !! oe in Wa'ren. iu aait county, on Saturday, the 1 Sth day of February, 1 SCO, between ti e homs of 10 o'clock A. 31 and 4 o'c-k o: ti' ay tl e fo loa ine ! m ribd ial e-dtr: Situate in Kici.u tui. In a;d con it. Wlr.pr a -n uf t No. ir. at.d b nn 'ed a follows : CtOiioticiip at a ytult atandtiiff ' the wet 'ine o' I t f. a-afh lr-m ioith-ui e-ri rr ilumf "T and Nl-ltO rodi, thnc- ollN .n ti;e 1 t I.ne "U 9? I0 ro :a lauds wid by u t n W :cti. ibire footh t on Loith l i e of Neaicn oicoti's Ian ai-o t 90 ro i :lie crtiter of Grand Kiver t'-nre -'i' n the aame aceial tourrfi to a point ? K-HO ro!a. eaat of tb nt lii.e o: a:id lot t'-. then i o lit I3.S" it 36 Itw ioi i a iii t where tbia liHe inlerecta. eat wra.lel aith the non It line of th It trom hice of bt!tniiiii. thi.re west from th s poiit lie! with ti:e nortn 1'iiw d th lot ro the place of n'ni.(f. couumiup 16 41 IbU acre of land, more lca Api'rai'l at TMrty-f.-ur dol!ars per acre. Te.ui Cash on day of aale. A- B LTM. Fberlff. Fher2"r OCce, tTarren. Jaitaay If. IHVk-Sw A ' 1 T TACHMENr. a. J .Im Uell.i Ur vj. trie re-irr or c.t'j'i rouklil. Kphraira Hilr. TrtimKull CuuMy.ltiir.. On ihe '.'Otli Hay rf l)ml rr. IKi!l. aaii) Jntlrc If n:l an or.ler t alt ictiin-siit in te a-.nr ani.a f-r ,um or lis rln:l.irj all'l thirty i-rnt: $ 31- Sl.l ii a'j-urrml l"r htwrill? Matil ?iar-lay. the rt.r i rVnuiirr. l-6-r. at f.ni: ;"k. H. V. Nealun. J.r u.r, "l-. l-l.-3 Jul! BK1.L. 1?ST A TE OK AGXES SM ITH. Jh M. J Notice lirr-l.j (riven that tin or.lrrieneil i ih-lhM of NuT'oikcr. 149. J al-uoinua uJ Tial:fird a A'lmil'i;rlor i.n the Eut f Apnel smith. Ur. uf B omiirlil. Irjic'"" ''"antr tl.. I'J. J in .lr. leiii. 3 UILI.I AM SMITH. DMINISTRATOU'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby etvea thit the bcriber has r ,.P.i..i Rotate of Joi iru am u tfta ms" 4-uj ii ifa m'JW tmm bn u. liciaaetciin. itte or Liriatowa Truoibotl Co .Ohio. G:oGB rrgLLMAS CIICKIFK'S SALC. KJ TTeatern fttenre 3nt.) Ia Ct al of Tn Coart of dm. ill 'am PortT et al I of Trumbull Couutv. By wirtae of aft ord-r of s:iU lauel from I ha Con? nl Common Pa of Trumbjll County, idito. to bjm irerted a-d ilelirere.!. I tha'l offrr for swle at Hu h. Aeiao,!it th dor of the Coart ltue in Warren, in aid cnamy. tu Saturday, the ISth day of February, 1 SCO. etwee the houra of 10 o'clfck. A. M-and 4 oVlork V. M cf said day. the foliowintf described tiacU of re I eat.ie r No. I. Hi oats in Weitherfield, Tram?m1 County, and ia known t.v ?,.n uf lot Nn. lrA:t IH. in the ureat aait i.rinc- tract aal ia bounrtr.l norla by J aiah Pnol p"a laa J,eat by lanIa of Kobcrtltc' on) , ou h by Pb'Ih Brooka Jt Ptiira umI, a i ant t-y McCon.H & Ba-tf.e,lia,( one h. If of -at- lotNo. lu,coa.ai: I i b M-M cere. ,ore or leas. Appraised at $-1v.i. No. t. A Vct of land he:n? a part of lot Xo. II fa the ttre-t rait Sprites tract ami boumled: U;-0-iiinii.3r at the routh wet corner f pmi I lot. ih i ce south 34" east 4 17 chains alotif the bin!. lie of the biahway. hrtee uorth4o th- cruer Ia' mi nut -a) et itt 10 iiiina io a pot. ihrr.ee -.- 2i ii chains to a n.-i. thence north to th- coiner of the lot. rort wcsi.il 16 tbaina to the nrth- c.U coruer of tii lot, thence south 15' rast a chtins to the p ace of he gim.irif, coi Uinira: abcut 7 :C liu acres of land, more r I at. At praised at $U:ttt.( No. 3 A tract ot fond in mm, it t:iwnh'p, rnntaininjr air out (t(ta,rea. kt own aa aouth rt f b ta anil 3. bring the in me land former tr vffi.nl and occupied y JanicS McC aa. and abirh ns l-fv to J.d a M. by the biat will ai ( leittaa.-rkt ol aaiu Jau.es. .ecAed. App-aiard a -.Ntai u hi 4 A tiatrtof land sftoate ia f township of HuwUnd in aatd countv. Hounde! rast by ibe t..r h atid aotth inb tc rd runmti ibnnkh IIwlaut Cor nra. aow It y lamia owr.t-d Vy 3Boin J. 1-t-lninf and Sanm-I Anrr. e-t y Unda unrl 'y Jom r er Km. and nor:h hy land owned ly Isaac hi tip; aud bewia J. dtiinif. r--errinr to Kiclwu l.UMiiss. a piere of i d atorv lh lit, nf 9:tti o I AndiKtaa I nrl. 4 r.Mi i. iiM ahole b-t gth ol m d A i. drew . ca.-t ai 4 ri i i. e ; oon Hin.i c Al,uut tbirr l.nudrvd and aiAtr C'r f ia'ri!. mule or lti. p,.rai ri t9b4lHLw T.nl-lah A ta. LYAV rbnff. tfbriti V Ortice. Warren. Jacob ry le. Ifi-A FA1E. GEOTOD STOCK CGHPASY. 1 lir FUl.yt tit. r- In ticK tur thr uicl... .1' Fir Giuuixlf arr Nrl j aut ri Hat m ir.taln.ei.t of ta.utk e. cent. ir m e 19 lari r r rt.are mi llK- rtiK-a uii crii.cu . 1. nj-t'le iiva'-ie tu he Tr.aorrr. U N Kot.bi. a. i hi flii-e. in tl atr. D tb. .t tlajr f J. Hilary. A l rtu Hy or.l'f or ih- Cotr..ar y' Iti-anl o' fi:rectpra J. tlr.. S c. U 41. Kid t VI lit. tM. Warren. l.c -ft. rjS.-3. Cleveland & Kaioiiiiig Hail Head Co. ctcrear ai.il 1 ira... er'a tllti e. Cleveland. O . Jai.airy . I-"'1!!. The annna' ieeli':ir f the Ftnckholdir for th election nf Uirectora f.ir thia Cnoif.uv.witi b. ke-al attiiaoA:. n e lii.i.v. tl- 2-r h inat. The ll. will h. open fron II . n'cioelt A M .n til is o'cli.c r. M. Th Tr.ai.frr Lanki ailt ! ciwaeJ from I ith (o h inat.. h. th inclusive, by order o4 the Ka-'d of lirt-ctr.. U.M I-I RK P. Jan. 1 1. 1-60.-5 g; . Trea. AUDITOR'S OFFICE. TmmhnU Comfy. 1 W.arren, Ohio. &-pt. 5, 1SC9. - ... To the Hon. Jud$t th' Ciurt of Common rieas. Trumbull C'unlif. Ohist Tt e rouimt. sinners of said rouuw rt-apert?n!lv snLm' t to voa this their annaal rnovt, ' ahirh h-ts h. rnofMre hen taade io June: l ot hv the laa re 0 rtny the .Bti-annoal eollea I'on -f tax"s. it is deferrol until Bt-tmSe. Tb s th-r-f.. is an esnlr.it of the reeeiis a I extend. tures of the l'reasury of Tiuunu.l t'ouaty. from June 1. Ihjt). u. Bepteosi.r ith. 1-59. STATK FCXD. Kett BOaat collectrd froat Ihe dnpliimto of H'H $":3J 51 " " Prtlitlera Lieoases ....... , . 14 aa " ' Auction Dut.ea fu on - " - - Shu License CON TP. t. Ataoant paid State at February settlement. 1853 Aajiast da ' . C0CSTT GENKBAL FCSD. ; Asnocat on hand at June ettl.ment. yS...... Kett Ass t coile rted front Duplicate of M ........ ..... . ...... Received from M.atcliaaeoaa Soarcos. ....... CflSTRA. Aat't paid Cots hefnre Justices in Crtmtual Oases................. Witarsa P-es " - - Jurors. Grand. Petit and Tale... Artorr.eys ia Jriminal Cases........... ................. . ta Cnr.ir.is nrs and Cor... .... ...... .... ...... .... " Kemovn Lanats to aad f roia Any. am. ......... ....... M W !. Weston. Uward and Washing f.r Frtoaers........ Prri-iht .b Lavs. Djcam-nt. A e. ................... ..... Connty Coniii.ionrs for rervices. dec... Kaad Viewers. urv-y.irs. and l.aaes..... ............. Cinthinr. ate., f r Pr.ai.aer. - Panf"rd ft "o for B'ai.k Rnk. o . f-r County.. Ju':e.. of Kk-ction. returoina Pil a.wjk - ate. ...... ...... 1'u Miihiug !. m loi- an l I' il do rrel'it List. B! r.k. Circulars, dt. J Inirersoll. Ke. a. lare CIek ........................ 11. P. K'oa. Serr.es a.c. aa Pin- ate Jtt'lge.. - OR Hunt. - w t'uUU V Auditor...... ...... C. W Smith. - Pros citi..(( Attv J. Ila'eh.n Ja'lrro.nt fir Rxhardjtn aad Lxaa-..... Ci 'T nf OiM.t in i Cwt t l.tr. ................. ... ..... K Vt Wi-r, f ir aTii r Per. PrOMirt in Warren fIJV").. ' l.nni'H'r R'-pti-s dt .01 1! trt H.u.-.Jsit.an' loaraiary. ltr. Ilnrm-a for acdic-tl services at Jail. " Tas. n-lunded.... ........ ..... Crin itv Fximiners to- tei v ce. and lla:l Kent........... J.dra Heere.. Uto Tr4Surer.... ftrartoirerr. Fuel l.trl-ts. ac..f.r t.'nurt Ilr.oe ar.U Jail... M A. B. Lyman, se vices Ac . a hhcriff. ....... a A. U Menu. - a I'l rl ........... .... .......... M O. L. Wo'.ott ' a Au. i or Ases.rat.f Per. Prop rty for lr59. ............... ...... do of hal d T-iwiivhip Tr?aurf r. at Aunutl Fettlrmeut Cash ia hanua of Treasurer, to baUi ce acc't. . BRID-.8 rCSD. Amonnr in Tr-avnry at Jjne rmi-Bi-nT, il.-.... ............ ...... NeU Atnt. Cillevt.l Ciom the Uaplicato tf ........ ............... rnsTRt. . Zm't Paid for Djil'linj a I Repairing Bri 'ge io lla' hard 30 51 do do do ' Brookur-ld. ....... 2T9 4t do do d llartr'ord..... ..... aa iJ da do do Vrriioa ...... .... t'n lu - - do dj do Kit amaa ......... S3l l)U t .. do dn d Linerty IIS5U' d. do v iron........ .... a.1 ra do to d-i Johnston ......... - 4. M . " ri do do do Hnsravu $7 f - do do oa Woathrr.lieid..... 3.l 3 , dj do no liowivHS H4 S3 " ' ' do do do B s-'ta 4r r dn do d. M e-a 1 19 37 . iTo o do O rent....... ..... 505 11 T .do do da ?'rtow Xt'i A9) d. "a d. , W.rrr Mi :i do do d. Cnn-ptoa.... .... IO CO io dj do r. i.t n i7 -rr tia do N ".ton. .......... 2ti7 ' 1 do do do ItracrYille. ....... 1143 do do do Foutliiniou S:l S-4 CO do do Paravuxlou ...... : 1-4 91 . . , da d do 3lop itajata ..... I ku Cash in hintis ot Tre-rarcr. U halantre aes'i .. .. ' 1 K . T?9 44 ronR rcso. Kelt Am'l Coll'-erl from Durlie.to ol lr-5. ...... ........ do Oter ilrasn. General tand - ................. mXTRA. Nett Amt Ave-drawn hy Poor Ptnr. 1-57........ ........ Am't i'aid Mrrect-.rs County lull m ;ry. serv cc. ....... dt rha. 'ilsnn. Puwri'-lrnnant, do ........ do Pur Lannr ore. at iuArm:ir ......... ..... ....... do Pfovtiijas. Gr-.ee- e. A-c ..................... e. Cl-iEliiur h-m.fcina. r. do 9l-t.ininic and Hem.'Vins; Paupers...... ... do Harm n. J-iiies et al. M dlial i-rvices. ate..-.-do Pln"S tl o.l-. arc.. do Seif. VVora Cattle, sic --- COMMON SCII')L PrjSB. Xett Am't Keetlve l from 5tat do do K Srh ol Fund . do do h-ar Lrcens.. ............ ........... Am't paid Township Treasurer ......... ...... Towxsnip pcsd pir patixo tbachers. . Kett Amt Po'Ieetrd from Daplirate cf 13.. Am't laid Iowi.ship Treasurers. ................... -t' TOWX3BIP SCHOOL II0U3K AND PL'EL PUSH. Nett Amt eolleetsd from Dapliesu of IHSr. . .......... Am't Pa.d Towustiip Treasurers-... TOWNSniP SUB DI5TBI0T SCHOOL FCMO. Ntt Am't CollectM from Duplicai of ItiS. ...... Am't Pat-i Towokhip Tieasarers. T0TVSSI1IP. TOWN IT.ALL AVD C0KP3RATI0S tVSB. Nett Am't Collreted from Dnplicate or 1HH , Am't Paid To wostip Treasurers . , rovd icxn. . . - .... Nctt Am't CoTl-eLd from Duplicate of 1K34...... .... Am't Paid T.a'jaiip Treasurers... ......................... ......... CORPORATION ri'SD. Nett Am't Cilleetcd from Dunllete of 1-5J. ..... Ain't i'aid Treasurer of H'arrea Curporattoa. ...... TOREK PER CENT. PCND. ' Balance ia Treasury at Jon. Settlemont lxs1 Am't Paid A. Ar 10 Repair Road in Meantamia. ........... BaUtce ia Trcaaary at Sept. Settlement, lrsf CONDITION OP TREA8URT. Bilaac in Treasury belong.nf to Ornenl Fund da do th-e.pret da. du da UnJ.a do CONTRA. Am't over drawa by Po"r Pand aa Cash iu Treasury at Settlement. Sept. 5( 169...... .... 0. L. W0LC0TT. County Aud tor. WARRRN. JaHUABT 7th, MiO., . To the Protecvtiny A'tornry of Trumbull CoHrtty ;'5 .1 -yfl Ta ahe'ioee to an ordr f the tonrt nf Common Plea., wy le at tb.ir Octoaer term..' 10S!I the en lerS'iniMl. a committee ap oi'tod hy said Co-lrt anl Pros. 4tt rray.ta lev- ti irate and rxmn e Mte ani u.l a-'H nisl rrpnrt of thr Commissioners of sat I coanty, to "aid Ceart in irlition to t'-ie Fittnriml aflairs of raid ernintv.aak Wave ta ranaat: I That en the 4ih day nf January. Idil'. th-f t-n'r nl on Ihe itott'S of thlr sppoiiitmrnt. and have carr!ul:y exainine.1 all Ihe voo. h-r,heoss and papers retaticpfio th. fiaaaeta Blf.iirs of the .unty from June tsr. rSV. to Setitemtier S. IM."!. and Qn.1 on eomjiarior tho vouchers and t.oTts in tl a And tor's Offi-e. tltar said Renen f r..'tantla'K ewrreet; '"" aad that Ihe rok are vell arrn;e'. and ehik th. trrasirv of the aanty. a d the disharaemen showing the LalarcrS f eth r-in.t, a 'et lortr In tn. rairtof the Commtasionera.- . - . T. Comrnltt. wmiM r:k-r o-t rliat In sid examin.tan tltry ao that 91 IO freaa . tlie General f ub-I has keen paij to Ja4ticm of ihtt Peaca w ervmtnai proseeatioBa. ia 1 minor ofiene-s. In w-iich the :t. hs failrd. anl othr'r cases ahk-h In ua opialnn ) not com wrthia that cla- of e.aea wkirb the h eontea plate shoald ka pa-d bat mf i th - countv tre wary. I: is true th.-t a difference of opinin exists as to th. pa.meat f soch ens j. hot those alvocatintr :h-li p:t ment ar. persons eeaerally iuleiested. Vi; think lh hv h elear and explicit, aad Had this class of crltaiaal case sr. '. i, entirely rrj-ct d. ar. lurthrr stale that t eaaminir. trie account re'tinf to tho Cmumt, J.jl-arary , And that aunv of rh kills trsene-l do not sttte -he itrm a. fully as they houldiaad . aar.y of the orde-s d.-sva on rhe Countv Au lit-w for p-t. men'e st7ed hy aalv aaa -dtrrrtor; th nt the law dearly coaWmplaiej that all orderT th j ild be signed bv at leat a majunty of ih. Oir'etnrs 1 hat th pivnt.nl lor eric.s of lh d-restors .houH k passed anna hy th. Carnal sioner and thrtr eompeasatroa 6"1 anna ky ihem a tha lav reqirs ; and pas ay thr-mr:v,ss spuears hy the arroarit. rcndril. ... The law i-nnt'e. 'hit the Dir.etor. th Coun'a InRrnrarv- ' wra' aad t.rrw farwrl r?sav''Br mf I Crts's fAe s'ar. mf iwriiu.., mithmfmlt aad rsrrss' mtetmmt mf their frmc'tdingm.rmmtraelr aad dsarsemww - W. at. ia foratd that no u rort k ever keen mae. It is swrw imrtant IkaA- this rapart ' sSoql 1 h fully marie. aa ta. law reoalraa. iaa.mach a. a 'arte amount of prop, rty cow- slwinf of dwk arc. is upon the Infirtairv farm and a tb. control af tha tirwetosa. " aud eoosulsrabH amoant of sale, bmv he aaaually made; as well as larae saas af man. ey tiiaiareiiuuaiij wmmm " .. - . j All af ahlcli is respectfully inl'uilied. CIIEIUVF'S SALE. O Newton Wolcott, k a. 5 In Court of CosasjMm Tleai Joseph Tlaaeldine et al f of Trntaball Cowoty. By virtoe of an order of sale Issued froas tn Ccdlrt of CcarKtou T a of TrftnwII CoBDy.Chto. t a di rected ad delirTed. I anal I oflVr for s), at Pbh Auction, at the dor of the Court lloa. im Varrvsu lo aaid eocr.t . oat Sttturdry, the lA day of February, I -tet n vbw boars of IO o'clock A. al. and 4 a'elack . M ut aaid Oay. the following derii ed real eatatel "ttnate In s'rtAinrtt a. TromMll C'wnty and Kosiud4l aa loiUaa- H-ia.a,ujf at a atae tar.dtiv ia Ibe nortft tii.e nf lot So 3-. ra4 ftfteen rtxls aud eiahieen iihks Iron tu iiort-weat corner thwreof beios: a!w th i.urtb-cat curmr vl lands dewde! te Leaira Taft ug L ia Wwlcoit aud w it. thac iS) mm Lcamira TaA'S eaal lifle six rods and I? links, thence eat six rode ami 17 lina. tb.nes north sia rous and l7Unatothw roith linr of th lot, theaee c-t oa h-t linw aix fwwt au l I? hi ha tc thw )-ace of bccitining, csanaiiuaf fortT four and owe hall rofi of Rrcrcaa. - Apjirarsow at Tem Cah. A B LVI. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren, January ie.l-fiu.-i Kj Joenh Le. is 1 v. 1 TnCort f Cwia.r ries of John 1-ew.ij etl. Tramtoil Coauty. , By virtue nf aa order of sal. ted trnm th. Poar, or 0am.in fkaa or Tramholl Oarilr. Ohio, to o. rfirectrti auil rielivererf. I rhall offn tot a.1. at Fa!l Anetion. at lh- ri-jor .1 tlM Cart iioa. ia U'ama. ia aui l ctmrarjr. ta Saiurda;, the. lSllt day of FlthruaryiSO, I etw-en the hnr of 10 oVlotrk A. M. anJ 4 wclock P. M ..f dar. the r.lKviD dearriord real eta : a-ta. io Wai rrn. in aaid cooo'y .an-l i aaowa t-j Ua No 39 In a iac wihI tnrr.y avatle bv K itaf. . -t. Ir44 l.elnr i 'el freiM .u. l.ihrrly lnjrt. aod r xtenii inir 3mh leel and one third ..Canal afrnrt: l-.undd on the t.orth 1 Liiervytreet. oa to. y lot t. o. the m a hj &.aU fevaetr aba .a. tiav a ant l.y Markel Sireet. Afpra toed at Tern. Cv. I A. . LYMAX. Sherir I f ler.fa lltce. Warren. J.i-aarj 1". lriu.-iw QIIERIFFS'S SALE. " - O WiiKam Kerr. v. I Tn Cnart f Cammra Tie a mf John Rallies rt al.' Trutnl nil unty. T.v virtae f an order nt r.le f.aoed frofli the Coart nf Cf b.bi a Tlras 3f Trnmlr.ll Conry. Ohio, lo at. drrreted a. d deli vered I .l.i;l naVr a Mlt at Pahlia rnctioa attkedo.rof the Court lloaaa ia Warvaa. ' ci frntnrdHT, Ihr I6lh da? rf Kebrnarr, 1840. hetween tlie hours nf I" o'eUn-k A M.andsf. II of rah rirry. Ihe folio. ia deer hcl rati eatat: Siiaata in eaibi.B"ld. Truiu-aii Joonty . nM n.avnev six Soa k Kilr. an the east side of ths rua.1 lead ing fmaj Nilrn to 4atntown.and heinv oa theSoara an.e t-f the Mahonine BVvr and fs kaova aa ana rf ihe lots laid not hv Jotia ttattlo. aoil astha oaa aoM ky said B atles in Hnaha. and uuui which Uur.ru roiia a h-K; and resideil. and soUl iv sa;d Uughs to Arch i... ! McChaa. Appraised at -" T'rma t'.-h. A. H. LTMAS. MmtIb?. H.riiS ' ofer. vTairea. 0 Jat.uarv lrtM.-da- - ia ua 37V SI 33SO IS JO S74CJ. 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