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flftlfstcrn Sitscrfcc faenitlf. A. A 1.VMK. N.IIAIJsOOt BtUTOBS. WARREN, TUESDAY, JUNE 25. Mr. Garfield Declines. Hon. James A. fiaificlJ. recently op jititeJ Lieut. Colonel of the 2 tth Pogi merit has declined toaewpt. If Mr. Oar- Cold liud atcoj'tcJ. we hare no doubt lut tli&t lie would liave made on excellent cf- f.cr;-', fur lie ilway aocorailihbci what he miJct ti.l8. lJuties in anothci calling lias inJu-cd thin tit filiation, pd not dig inclination tm bin fart to ecrre Lid coun- try. Liberal. The vli'ile soulcJ publishers ff tbc Cl. velan.l Hirril.l have always, since our connection itli ilic ChrotiieJc, gircn ua tlieir daily in cxoliaogc for our weekly. Of late they have been publishing a morn ing and evening edition, ond now they cnl us two papers daily, or twelve daily papers per week. Long rajy they wave. Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine. The contents of the June number of tlio LMackwood, arc Tho Book Hunter The Monks of the West. Mrs. lircrncr in Switzerland and Italy. Severed. Hades. Vrom the Fatherland. Norman Sinclair, Tart 1C. I'm Very Fond of Water A new Temperance Sung. Memoirs of a To- ry Ocntleuian. Terras ) per year, r.lackwood and any one of the Tour Keviews black wood and the Four Kcricws $10.. Election in Kentucky. It is conceded that Union men hare been elected to Congress in Kentucky, cx cciit 1st District, where L. W. Burnett, StccHsiouisft, is elected. A Question for the British Cabinet. Suppose the four millions of blacks in (ho Southern States take advantage of the prewnt crisis' and a general uprising against their masters, stealing their property.thcir funds, their public buildings, &e alter the warmer of the Fcccs?ioniJts; proclaiming the riht of revolution, and their intcnticn of founding a black republic will the Ilritibh government treat them as 'belligerents'- We pauu for a reply, and expect to wait for it a loBg time. Portage Dem-ccrat. The Allegheny College Volunteers. The Wcfct Greenvillo Argus says; This Cnc company, composed principal ly of school teachers and students from cursit-tcr town of Meadville. passed through this place on Wednesday evening lust, cn route for Caiu M'Call. twelve miles from l'ittsburgh. The company is under com mand of Capt. J. Aycr. The 1st Lieuten ant, Mr. Smith, is a graduate of Alleghe ny College and a native of Tennessee. He is a talented aud fine looking yoiinsz fellow, and has left his friends aud sucrilieed Lis property in the South to defend tho flag of his country against the wicked rebels of Lis own suuny clime. Thrilling Incident. Tho Washington correspondent of the .New lock I nbuiic imvcs tho following in cident, which occurred at Vienna, during the fiaht. He says tho Ohio boys behaved admirably, ana udus: -unc wan, wno leaned on Ids gun niaina a tree, was eool led LyhisLieuten ant for Lot falling promptly into line, when he answered simply, "I winh I could look at my arm," which waa dangling shattered at his tide. He uttered no com plaint. That man died this morning from loss of blood. We suppose another of the wounded died this moruinc. Tho few wounded are gcucrally but slightly wouud ed. "Stand up for the Union, boy?,'' and stand firm for the old flag!" were expres sions uttered in their last momcuts by sev eral heroic fellows who were mortally wounded." Pennsylvania Legislators Sold. Some sixty or seventy members of the late Legislature, organized themselves into a military company, just before tho close of the session, and chose Speaker Davis.of the House, as their Captuiu. Ihe thing, of courso, was understood as a matter of mere "bunkum," and some of the members came away, laughing in their sleeves at the eclat they had gained1 by the expenditure of a very little patriotism. The Govern ed howover, has turned tho laugh on the other side, by accepting their services, and ordering them to report for duty at Camp Curtiu, near HarrUburgb. GrttnvilU Argui. , Senator Garfield in the Army. ad. " Senator Garfield has been appointed by ' the Governor, Lieutenaut Colonel f the Twenty-fourth Regiment. ' ' " . Summary of News. WASHINGTON, June 20. There arc from 25.00(1 to 30.00(7 troops on tLc Virginia side within ten miles of the Fotomae. Orfthi side there are from ,10,000 to 40.000 ready to cross at a moment's no tice. Should tho enemy advance from Fairfax, they will meet not only the num ber of troops first named, Lut a flank movement will lo made by a force of at least 10,000 strong stationed cn tho Tivcr, six miles above the city. The Federal army will bo fully 30,000 men. whilo that of the rebels cannot be more than 15,000 or 20.000 at the fur thereat. Citizens o Virginia were arriving al most hcurly' at Alexandria to day by boat and afoot, to cucapo being impressed into service. St. Louis. June 21. The Democrat's special from Syracuse, about twenty-fivo miles south of lioonvillo, says an expedition nearly 1000 strong, with four pieces of artillery, uncr Capt. Totten of the regular service, left lioon villo Wednesday night, and reached that place at 10 o'clock A. M. yesterday. Gov. Jackson, with about f00 men, ar rived here Tuesday, but after impressing the property of both enemies and friends, got tidings of a pursuit and suddenly left yesterday A. M., proceeding southward to ward Warsaw. Our forces have pons for ward to-day, but thcro is but little hopoef overtaking the fleeing party. A battle tock place about sunrise on Tuesday morning, between eight hundred Union Homo Guards, under Capt Cook, uear tho town of Colo Camp, and a larco party of secessionists fron Warsaw and the surrounding country, in which fifteen Guards were killed and twenty wounded, many of them severely, and thirty prison ers taken. Most of the Guards were In a large barn wnen the bring began, but they iramedi atcly sprang to their arms. It is said they killed 40 of the attacking party before be ing overpowered by superior numbers. cariy an oi tucrn nnally cscapeU, and are ready to join our forces to dispute tho passage or the Mate troops. vapi. L-oou reached here this morning in di.guise and says that not half of his force was armed, and that not more than 200 participated iu the light. Ho hasten ed forward to ovcrtako aud consult with Capt. Tottcn. Some of Jackson's party went west from here on Wednesday night, taking what rolling stoeK thev cou d. t estroYincr the est ana t.uiuinc the Lanune bridizcu cost ly structure six miles west of here. NEW YORK, June 21. rost s Washington dispatch savs that a party ot rebels came up tho l'ctomao last night and attempted to fire Lone bridge, llicy were fired upon by our troops. Foer or five wore killed, a num ber wounded, ond the balance. 19 in num ber, were taken prisoners, and arc now at the Arsenal, ite rebels wero provided with powder and matches to destroy the liridge. The number killed is probably exaggerated. NEW YORK, June 21. We rn excellent authority that the Bavaria, recently arrived, brought 170 cases of arms, many of tho boxes double the usual size. J he nurahcr ot arms is estimated at between fcOOO aud 10.000 stand. NEW YORK, June 21. The World i ays information was re ceived yesterday by steamer Africa, that sixty olhcers in the l rujaian array have been granted leavo of absence fr two years. Their services will soon bo ten dered to the United States tor that length of time. WASHINGTON, June 21. Five regiments are under ordeis to march at a moment's notice, indicating prepara tions for emergencies. bile' Mrs. Lincoln, tho two younger children, and some friends, were riding in Virginia to day the tongue of the carriage uroUo, and the Iiorses becoming unmanage able, tho diiver was thrown from his seat iu consequence. It looked serious, when the horses wero rtopped by a member of tho iNew I oik z.)tu Krciment. Lieut. Tyler, of tho Marino Corns, late ly arrested in New York, was dismissed from tho service. Three officers of tho Ellsworth. Chicago Zouaves, are now in HoHton, for the pur- pngo of organizing a regiment of Zouaves there. The Douglas Itrigode, composed of the flower ot Northern Illinois, is already full, and is to be splendidly equipped. They nave engaged a band of thirty pieces. Nine rifled cannon arrived in Washing ton on Sunday, mx of which have been al ready removed to Alexandria. They were east at tho West Point foundry. Six regimeuts of Union volunteers will le immediately organized in Western Vir ginia, to be armed aud equipped by the i eucrai uovcrnmcut. Tho War Department desires it stated that all vacancies in the army are filled, ana no moro applications will receive no tice. Theie have been over 10,000 appli. cants for positions since tho war broke out The order tischarging the three months volunteers on furlough, was on Tuesday countermanded by Uen. McClellan, . who ordered all the three months' troops to returned to service- and immediately m reaamese 10 oe mevea to Virginia active ceivice. WASHINGTON, June 21. Thew are from 25,000 to 30,000 troeps on tho Virginia side, within ten miles of tho Fotomao. On this sido there are from 30.000 to 40,000 ready to cross at a mo meiit's notice. Should the enemy advance from Fairfax, they will meet not only the number of troops first-named, but a flank movement will be made by a force at least 10,000 strong, stationed on tho river six miles above the city. FROM MISSOURI. JEFFERSON CITY, June 22. Gentlemen from Sedalm. the present terminus of tho FaciGa Hail lload, about twenty miles from Camp Cole, say that in the fight at the latter place, on the night of the 16th. between- a considerable body of Union men and a number of State troops from Warsaw, twenty-three of the former were killed. The Union men were commande3 by Capt. Cook, and were the force that was supplied with arms a short time since. Capt. Cook lied, but his men rallied and forced tho assailants to retreat with a loss of twenty-fivo killed. J. II. Leach, editor of tho Warsaw Democrat, and three other prominent citizens of War saw, being among the number killed. Seventccu of the Union men who were killed, were sleeping in the barn at the time of tho attack. Gov. Jackson with about 600 men, passed Camp Cole on the 20tb, pushing southward, probably for Arkansas. The State troops have evacuated .Lex ington, and arc marching toward Arkan sas COO stiong. It is said that Gen. Price is ot their head, bnt other reports say he resigned previous to the bottle at Boontvillc, and still others that he is very sick at Lexington. A 0 1 0 a W 0 0 J 0 S D W J 0 0 Expksseb of tub War. According to tho verbal statement of Gen. Scott, thc:c are now under arms and in the pay of tho government of tho United States 220.000 men. To maintain this army, after its e quipmcnt, will require 1,000,000 annual ly to each regiment or $220,000,000 a year. Tho Navy will require, in addition, at least half that sum, so that, with the ordinary expenses of the Government, wo may safely put down our national expenses at this time at tho rate of $365,000,000 a year, or $1,000,000 a day. Large as is this probablo sum, the loyal people of tho United States are quito able to meet it, and will no moro hesitato to incur tho chargo than an aifectionato father would cavil at the cost of a ladder required to ef fect the escape of Lis child from the roof of a burning dwelling. Times. A A M D N T T Marriages. In Warren, on tho 21t int , by Rev. W. 0. Clark. Mr. THOMAS GELASTIK, and Mils JANE DICKSON, of Warren. I be put tor litis bbntistmints. Casuiil Advertisement nnil be pnltl ft I wlici liuitricil in CLEVKLlNa & EM10N1NG July Fourth, 1776. 1801- TICKETS Will be anlil en Urn 4ih, Ht b Mallnn na thla Road to any other hulion antf , at ONK FA KM Villi TDK knilNDTKIl1. IP( Slid Ticket! will be good for ll ih and 5' . CllAS. L. MluDJSS, 8up'. JunaM, I'Sl-lw. INSTATE OK ELA L FITCH l J Notice li hcrel j given Dial Ihe tinrierrlpnel hai lieen appointed and i)rall6ed K AdminUlraUr or the K-laic i.f Kit l fitch, lata xf Cliamiiliin, Trunnliull tnunlv, hln, drcea-nl. Tho-e holm c'a.mn ai-aln.t laid tteeai-d, will preaeut lb em for kllowauce. llioae awing will aettle with AbAll I,. riTCII. June 15, lcll-3a. Administrator. r OMAN'S FlilEND-Germ.n Jin: tiy or at mail. al IUWAI.D A. H11T11 B Drug Store. I7UESII FRUIT FOR THE FOURTH 1. Oranges and Lemons constantly arriving, and lur Sale Ly tlie box, or smaller uuantrl). at8)lIiH'i Drug lioie. s SPALDING'S CEPHALIC PILLS- Kennedy's Halt Rhm Ointm nf, Jlooflftud'i Qeruian Bitt.ira, June Wj, IBM. at 8M1T11 g Krug 8to.e. CTRAYED. Takeu up by tke ubaarlbrr oa or about ths 17th day or Muy. a yellow cream Horse aiiuut aix tern years old, with star la forehead elites all olf. h luck legs ana mi. KlliKl' WI LtCOX slay 31. Iffil-vw. A TTACI1MENT 2 V Henry Wagner, nr. Before 8. A. bwld- sn. I. P. of Meeea Christian denk ioger ( TownaMp. Trumbull and tii.lt 1 1 et Kooh. delts. I County, Ohio. Ha ihe 3,1 il.r of Slay, A. 1). Irttr. said J u. tide le vued au order of atiachment In the above actioa for the sum f s ny two dollars in I leu cents. anJ the case is set lor hearing on the tub day of July, l-C 1 , at I o'clock P. M. JACOB DTMjUM. June 4, IBUI-w Au,. lur 1 It 'Pube Color and Artixt'g B uslie-s, L at fillTll B New Drug Store. N' OW IS YOUR TIME, NOW IS VOUHTIMM. NOW Id TOO R TIM K '10 BUY A GOOD I'lANO, TO UUY A OsiUO Fl ANu. for less thsn hah? price, for less than half price, lor less than half brioe. a goad seoond hand piano, good action and sweet towe, good for tea or nfieen years oonstant uraellce. will be aold for ane hundred aad I went Dee dolla's, cot when aew three hundred, call at Adoaa Uoekaud Alusie Btsre, Warren. i DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. l The undersigned has keen duly arpolatud by tho Court nf frobat. within aud for the ojoaty al Truaibull and Btate of Ohio, adaalslatrator on the esUle of Cornelius Meier, lata e( said oounty. ilee and he hae aaecpted said trust and duly qualified to perform the earns. All aorsans indebted to said es tate will asaks iaiasdleto payment, and all person 1 having calms against said estate will present the in tvavs fursllawancaasjl naymenl. i AatDIt AiOIII, UafJI.lHil. Adm'rol 0. Moisa.dss. BUCKEYE We again offer to the public, the Joint aad folding bar machine that la made. Duck eye la generally known, and mere In use In aiued ptraoai i ' hie Connty, own eo aeuMa vma hit TOW, traher Kletler S heaver Crer einnore ri Loasrroarw l.onemnra Iteardaley Dean Tait I.onemore Kintler Anderion MauielmaA HTail I.pley Obi llajlftt Wiaell W Wiaell fowl.t Vigler Turner Terrlli lUaireao Loomia M Aoailn Kinaauw Iturnhata Kinainan WciTnttiriiL, Vitwwa. I Ohl It rVoellre i at.y K II H.ekey O Hxttle llowLan T Wiaell J Grt J Kluoald I Kng A Merrill Wmaw Ltea-nr II Krnat .1 PrlndU HtAt-BViLia W Kline OAndereoa K llnye A Little llvaaaa P Anderaon A M Jewell SnPTiimwToli BaooariaLO O HaaUr J Ulelliad I Holea BLOOHriBLSt Joanaoif 3 llrown J Roherii Cnmrion Bmeroi, S Klingamlth X Wadt I) Dwret S Oaina AWIac . fuller J Bifilr yaatiOTt lUtam 3 lialdwin J Blair S Ulrnn V. Mareln WeaoroTAHiA Vhno J Knaign OFell W llnmeon A Willlann W W hite A Urfor4 ' flr TUillie 8 Rannlog I, liolcomh A Cliehy T Trankey A Blooe VT Batea MOWER. Buckeye Mower, the only double binje n4 that la the onle true pUu for perfect mow.r. Ttx thia County than any other mac lime. Ihe faliowtnf masniue iniei tair,m. J Allen r lweitfcW J aleacheni T . Ilia KlwaaMW Ilferkiuo W WeM W ilii( J KateMll We are alec making and riling Btu-k-ye 3'." with folding bar. and two wheela. 'the aame aa Hi targe one. except In aiie) weight only HQ ll, euU 4 (erl ewatb; price CS at ahnp. We aold bat oe nf thia kind, Ntientln this county. and the following la Ihe aertiflcate glren by the purchaaerii: "Thla la to eertlfy that we bougM 1 "Dtrskry Jr." pf Kirk, laat arnaon. Wa cot with It M1 enrol of grata, aome of lt.(Urat on tho river bet on.) very heavy, and It la everything the eeller represented il In be, and ronre too. W recommeol It to any furnv-r that bpowb ie) acrea cr leaa, aa (Ae machine. Wa Veve had aome experien'-e In mowera. having h three different klnda and we do any thia la Ikt kln-1 It ie scarcely any draft for a team, and I. to tuLy handled Ibat it aeen.e like no work at all for mm r team. CUAKI.K8 VANWT Weatherateld, May 4,1PI. JOl.'N VAMWV Tb-ae wishing to p-jrchaee,hd better apply tome by letter, or in person, early, aa we have always her tofore auld out all we had on band before the eeaso n u through, and bare not been al le to fl II all order ISAAC K I Hit. Sd. Fllaworth, Mahoning Cn , 0., Mar M, tl-ttw. Ileoaira kept by Heed, Jameson ck Co. WARNING AND ADVICE. Citizen Soldier A. you provide to (ro forth to tattle, ly nil nienna proviHe yourse'f wit!) pood gupplvof "I't'iry Davia' l'ain Killer" may to the ineana of roving your lifa from many disenaea inciili-nt to camp life it km BTid mine but lie sure you get the pure Per ry Da vie Puin Killer, it ie the only reliable preparation of the kind in all caars. F1UEND3 OF THE SOLDIER, M mossy to yoit in brotherly kinilnras put it liitilo in one eml of the Solitier'i Kitand a bot tle ot genuine Perry Divij Pain Killer in tho other, and it may bo the mennaof insuring hit afo return trut to no other preparation. FARMERS, provide vouraelves wilh Terry Da vig Poin Kil ler at this enn of the yenr when Cholie, Cliulerninorbtia, Dysentrry, Diarrhtua do. nay diaalilo your hnnda use it in every cmo of the kind, and my ears for it, if it dors not ef fect a rpeetly cure but be sure you trust to no other remedy Imt tlie old long tried ferry Ia vis Puin Killer which has nevor to my knowl edge failed. and especially mothers who have the more im mediate cure of children, permit me to say with enmliil rnrni ulnexa never lnv down to rest at night with the health and happiness of your ehiliiren at heart without having the IVrry Da vis l ain Kilter at hand trust tono oilier ruin preparations or panacea they may and often do full in cr Ituitl cnets imt the l'erry Datis never no never if you heed not this timely warning the fault is your own. as Perry Davis Pain Killer is in nearly every Store throughout the len L'th and tireadtli of our land, and all over the civilized world. A DMK S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. V in nurnuance nf an order rri. ted hv the Pro bate Court of Trumi'ul. county, Ohio. I will offer for air nt unllo auction on rieZSth dan of June, A. D. 18G1, at Hi o'cleck. forviiciou. upna tho premliei, tho fol lowfnr; ficecril-etl real e.tito to wi: 61tuat iu the township of Menoi'OUmia in tn oouuty of Tiumbull aid r tatty of Ohio, and liouniie.! ai.d iHcribr. ai fol luw: belnif apart of lut No. 33 In fattrt towiihipani Is I nunricr! at lnioa: hrglnnlnfi at tho north em ctiDrr of aald lot, thnc nuth twenty cliuini o a pout, tt.oi ce weit flf.ren clinint to a pott, theuc? Itorlh twfi.iy chalnk if the ncith I tut of tlA lot the n v Oriel along oalti line flfn vu rh tin to the place of hegiuiiitg, auppooed to enntatn thirty arret be the Octaie mere or leae ApprHiiet at $H(0 T'rmt ot talt bqh(1 e known on the nay of tale. tfrfeMtl pay mema to bo secured by mortgage upon the premtms old. II. A. (J LA UK. May 31. AdmV of Lkvra K IIdam. K TTACHMEN'T NOTICE. V Joshua flreevatt, I John Hrown aod Before flantuel David Cunningham Ureevati i son, J. V.nf Veccatown va ship, Trumbull County, v n rrainava ana f vnio. Genrize Lewrey. 1 On thevUih (lay f Hay. A. D. 1P0I. said Jutlce 1 1 susd an order of atucnuirnt In the above aoilou for he mm ol elehteen dollars and fifty cents. Paid case will he lr hairing on th e bin day of July. If61 May 31. lel-3w JOdllUA tlltKKV ATT. WARREN & LAKE ERIE PLANK " IIOAD COMPANY. A BerM anuutl Dividend of four per cent, an the capital stork of this Coaipsny has been declared pay- at'ir at Ihe ntDce of the Treaaarer on ea alter the Imh ol July nest. J OH HI' II MARVIN, Jr.. Pres. June II, IMOl-IW. W. X. HrKAa, bee and Trees. CHANDELIERS AND GAS FIXTURES. ' I'hei untlerBigned is daily expecting 1 from the Bait " lart a Invoice of Gas llitorea Cen risii g accmpleta assortment of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS. HARPS, BRACKETS Had TOILET LIOIIT3. Ilsvler pnrchtsrd the TIRT I.ATRBT BTTLBH fn a the best manfuiurra. I am coaldeul I can suit all both ss lo prl os and vrlet. ( wouM alao oall attention to the OAS FITTINO depa'lment, under the imtaedlate supervision of Mr. Lane of Philailelphla. Those des rousof havlugthe Pipe put Into their dwellings or eloree would do well ooall eahim at Iks ebon back of the Kpieeeaal : berth , IIsviok prjoursd the host hlladelphla (as fitter. ( am pr.jp.ied U warrant alt their work and stand . srsaoally reeneaalkle lur US faithful perfarasaaee. B. IfAHUU, It. May ti,ltm-U, , f ACOB FIGHT'S ESTATE- el Notice is hereby given that the enhseriher ha been appnioted administratrix with tlie will annexed on the estate of Jaoob Fight, late of Liberty, Trum ball connty. Ohio, deceased. June H. l-tol-Jw JANBIIOIIT. A 0 MI T YURI LIS E ST AT E JlI Notie ii hereby rItso that tho ibtOiitr bv bwB appoint t und q iiflJ a eieoutor or the et t ate of Naomi TyrrilJ, late nf Trumbull eounlj. d ceanA. MATIUKVV K. UAC&Jftlt. ATTACHMENT KOTICE. Hermann Biemua I vs 1 Before Jefferson f ate,. Harvey Chllds and j 3. V. of Warren Truar Asa P. Chthls I bull county. Ohia. Thr defendants are her, Ly i.ollu-d that on las M tlaf el June A. D. IHC1, ho caustd a a'tachmtnt u be issued sKalnat them by aaid Juitioe. in Ihe abov action for the eum of $54,70. Hniilcaie will be for trial on the !t3th day ol July, IBM. al b' o'cli ck A. at . B. V. CLKl lHU. Jcae 19, IP01-3w Ally fur I'lmulifl. A TTACIIMENT NOTICE Max Klhen 1 Ilelone JrlTerson rain, Justteo nf the I'eace of Warren, Tran 7 bull County. Ohio. vs nrve Childs The defendant is herety iiotiftid that on the 31 tl day of Alny, t-lil, he cau-ed an attachment to be is sued against him by s-ttil Justice iu the above action for Uis sum or tiU.00 A trial of said case will be bad on the 31st day of July, lib I. 0. r OUltTHB. June I'., 1H61-D. Af.y 'or Fljlnlif. EMPLOYMENT. can furB.ft.i PiDplovn etit for a few -- ae ictlve mn to inlloit or ri for t'i Little OIat feiDji Mucbiuo. Tlmto welleU-quaitiiA'd la tht cou ty for which they apply prefwrrw-. 8a ry 91') V month ant expen-vs or a ojmiaiiiion altuweU eqai from $ilto IHtfU pvrychr. oVr prticu!)rii,det-ertp tlun. catalogue lio.ai)ilrrit with ttarjip 'S.ti.Vi. Toledo. O.. liei.'l Ag't lor W. tf. June 11. l-UI-3iu BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCH KBUQroisJust ree'd bv Kxpreis, Atxt A DMU'ilM Oraj Btors. March M, ie01. Blood Blood Food! Food ! To all suffering from Ci nsu.u.-tion. Incipient or contlrnieit or Irom dehil.ty of a y kii.il ; or from men ul or nervous prostration, bruught on by any tauae; nr from scroluluus complaints; or frum diseases of the kiilnes or bia ider; and to la-lies snli.-rlna any of the mny itiitresing ODmnlaiiils their sea are lia ble to, aad which engeuiier oonsunptiou the BLOOD FOOD It offered at a frtaim al rtliakl remedy. Differ Ifig ia ry prUcuiar (raw t ptteut nt niicinvo hi Uh dav.it la a chfmirni t-nrnMni.tion of IROJf. &VU PHURtnA rnosriiOHOVS. of ve.y irveai wort. an.l OiAiiy hunitrvilti bar glulan't grateful U-L.mony to the .1 nettle It hat conferret on td m t. IICKOU A DUI'ONT, llroatiwuy. New Yort, aru the sole priiprietora of the article, and h-e lev oonaeeienoe of a fraud atienptfd upon th public, ohaiiKd the color of the ouisiile wrnpper fio n red Id y)liw, and Increat. the aite if the bottle to ft ounreo. He Try cautioije in luvln f to ace tatta fee einlv f their ii;nature lio the out utile of Um wraMpir. at all othera are counterfeit. (Feb. S0,lHr.l-)y.l vroncE. i.1 All persons Indebted to the late flrra of Andreses o, Atdrlchnre n-quesleil to call on A. K Andrews ex Andrews dt Weeaa in Warrt-n. and settle their ac counts wishuutdeiay, he alouo' being authorised, la settle said accounts ANDREWS it ALt BlCU. fowler, May 8, IHfil. Eitra Light RlasticCoarh Body Tarnish, furniture Varnish, light shste. White Deniar for Zlue I'aints, Drvlnr Japan, Ma-tla Vurnlsh for Mips A Plctarea, atM A. 8 Willi's New Drug Blore. (Mayf. tHfil. E 8URE TO PAPER THAT PAR has just reo'd from the Manufactureia 3IHMI Bolts erf new and doslrable Patterns, also Uorders to matok. 100 BOLTS CURTAIN PAPERS. Don't fall to call early end select your assortment N Y. lloik Htjrelstue plaoe to buy Just the ltindhat von wait. w N. POUT KB. (reh.HU. If fil j I HARRIET W WALKER'S Estate. Notice Is hereby giveu that the anderalgneol has been appointed and qualified a eaeonir of that lat will and teeiament nf Harriet W. Walker, la of Hartford. Truaahull soumv. Ohio deceaeed.' June 14. 11-01- BENJAMIN WAI.KJK. WILLIAM TAYLOR, Miti' vfaolurer ol Sad tiles, IlarBesa, Trunks. eVe Carrlags Trimmings fsrmlna; tea, (at the C.ntteiTiajukiill Co., O. llt-t.