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x i. u v itf I I ; I . it. 1 - ycamPAT, October s. Mea. UNION TICKET. JriHJi or wrmtwe oorrr, rAKLIV T. BACKTS, OfCuyahoea Comitr. lEnETHI OP STATE, W. H. KEXXOS, Of Belmont County. ATTORNEY CEXtllAL. CHil XCEY X. OLDS, Of Franklin County. g.-Booi. C0JIIT9SIOSt. V. - HEXKIE, Of Warren County. boabo or jtblic yokc. JOHX B. CiREOORY, Of Scioto County. rtVB ttEVBE or COSOPESS, JTAHES A. GARFIELD, Of Portspe Coonty. rorrr ArpnoR. jrxirs dim. CCrSTT COMMISSIONER. JACOB S. KXITH. rvrtjrwinv nrnrrToR, KAXrEL r.tXSLER, I 1 BE AT YOUR POST BE AT YOUR POST REMEMBER THAT THE ELECTION DAY IS Tuesday next, October 14, Union men, do not forpot the fact, that the election just nt hand is very im- portant. It will never do to allow a par- tv that has more or less svmrjathv with V,. J.tii in e.;n on ,ri, -a ,. it -n. , ... icaiiui .nc-uituse iinuiv L" u lIJUU j sand Union voters have left Trumbull I county and joined the army, the stay at I home Democrats here hone to take nd-l vantage of the fact. Come out In your strength and disappoint them. Don't forget to vote. Northern Men of Southern Principles. ciples. The proclamation of President Lincoln declaring that if the rebel States do riot return jo their allegiance by the lt of Jan uary next, he will declare the slave of rebels forever free, wins quite as obnox ious to the hard shell Democrats North, as it is to the traitors of the South. They are all opposed to it. Iu this thtry ren der their sympathy with the rebel slave holders verv clear to all. The slaves of the rebel are an element of great strength to them, inasmuch as the agricultural in terests of the South are o feneral'v whol ly worked by slaves, that the whites can devote thier attention exclusively to mil itary matters, and turn out their whole strength into the field against us, and still leave a sufficiency of competent labor at home to till the soil and furnish food. Divest the South of this power to control labor, and a great step is taken to weaken, I cripple and conquer the rebellion. While I :.. i: n .i.n : ., , ....... ..... . .. ;.. io ail loyal people, iiiai cium oi men .11 1 the North who have heretofore co-opera-1 ted with Southern politicians, are still in 1 sympathy with them to a degree that de- b-'h",, lies couctrujuirui. 11 inev arc in cai urn. i in the work of whipping the South and I cntihine the rebellion, whr do thev oiv I pose the direct and certain mode of at taining that end ? There is one explana tion of their inconsistency, which K that they are for the Union if Slavery Li not disturbed, but for the Southern Confeder acy if only through it Slavery can be pre" served. The Union is a secondary con sideration- They are pro-slavery, and will probably soon boldly avow a decided preference for a slaveholding confederacy, to a Union free from the stain of negro servitude. This inference is fairly deduc ible from their intense hostility to the emancipation principles of the late proc lamation. If we judge them harshly, it is because the evidence of their words and actions is so self-crimiuating that the con clusion is inevitable. The proclamation threatening emancipation as a punishment to rebels, is but a just and legal retaliato- ry measure oi a government mat nas oeen l most lenient and forbearing for eighteen I months past, affording ample time for all to return to their allegiance, and ground the weapons of their warfare. The secur ity nnd integrity of the government r- quirfrs that the nvwt severe measures be I now resorted to overcome and crush its J enemies. Who but a traitor would sheild them from the punishment their vile con duct has deserved ? A Little Too Fast. A. In an article in last week's paper, head ed, "Do Your Duty at the Pol!-," we poke of the election as occurring the next Tuesday." This was getting ahead just one week, as the election day, the "Second Tuesdtiy in October" does not occur until next Tuesday, the' I4th inst. As onr voting reader did not vote yes terday, we hop they will not fail to do to, next Tuesday. Let them rcrnembpr that now, more than ever, it is neces- sary for loyal men to be at the polls and sustain their country by their votes be cause it is Icaul ., and they alone, w ho are absent from their homes, perilling their lives to ?u.-tin their country, in the field, and who cannot vote. There is an organised scheme on the part of the trait orous northern rnrcesion sympathisers to carry "the election, and place men in ijtate and County oilices who are. traitors at heart, would u.-e all their power to tubarras s the "overnmeiit. fciid render useless the sacrifice of life and treasure ah-fady made. Beware of mcji who coy "ui-ger equality. "' abolition, and who have never ii word to say aguiut thej wicked rebellion thut has made so many ; - I homes desolate, w lojny widows an.l or-! phat s. and caused this v;ut expenditure of bhd and tiea-ure. ! ,u . : Joel A. Levi Gay Gen. Cox's Report. The Cincinnati ilaieih-of the oth inst .,.,!.!;. r:- .it:,,! ....r. ..r 1 1.. buttle at 4 ntlt;i n. mul i.-ililb Arnmil:iin. ! ' giving an account i.f the part borne by! the Ohio troops under his command, in j tho-e battles. The report is full and of ! lhn ... . ... , ,, ,,. , . . i reat interest. e shall pubh-h it next . reek- '" ' ! IrALV.--There is nothing now relative j to Garibaldi's health. A largeGaribaldian meeting was held at Stockholm Exchange, nt which un address was enthusiastically John .adopted, expressing sympathy with Gar-! jbaldi, and urging the" speedy evacuation ; f Rome by the PrencU. List of Drafted men in Trumbull Co. Tho.-)rf... .i.i.,j.ii ... , w..v .u..-u iui lunivuui) . I ys i - . ... ou many evening last. TtiPilrHtting was conduct?, in the Court Room, and all I who desired to nitn it ., ... I...;. The modus o.-erandi may not be known to all our readers, hence we will describe I it. 1 he name of the enrolled militia of each town were j.ut up in separate entel- I op", but one town being drawn at a time. The names were poured from the en velope into the wheel, which is made of tin, and is about 12 or 15 incite in diam- eter, 4 inches deep, with a circular opening largo enough for a hand to enter and draw out a name. When the names are placed in the wheel is revolved several times, as also after each name is taken out. The person drawine out the names is blindfolded. The Commissioner takes the names from him, and they are called aloud by a teller, and recorded by a clerk. UannAtiil A list nftlia nn m at, .).. f. A 1 -t t,. '" u.u. w.ncu trom each township. The whole number 1 drawn in the county is 243. I I BAZETTA. Drawn by Capt. O. W. Smith "Trumbull Guards" NAMES. Chauiicey Hayden James O. Parsons, James Ray Jacob Ooldner, Jona, Dilley, " m A'avis, Marion Swager, Philander Kennedy, Kice Hadsell, Wm Ma pes. Philander OdeJL Robert Satson, Nelson Struble, Austin Mapes, Heman C. Freer, James Clark, James H. Crooks, m McCleerv, Abner Case, Asael Smith, Aaron McMahau, Sealim B. Cowdry, Isaac Smith, Hiram Freer, Andrew Mapes, Wm F. Burnett, Henry Wirt, Ziba Casterline, Henrv Freer, AUK. 20 21 33 24 27 24 23 31 30 21 la 34 20 3S . 32 iy 19 IS 33 23 39 21 35 41 42 ucccrATiox Farmer do do Farmer Preacher Farmer do do do do do d do do Farmer Mechanic Farmer Farmer do do da do do do Mechanic BRISTOL. Drawn by Capt. C. W. Smith, "Trumbull Guards." Shelten S. Bostwick, 24 illiam Sager, 41 jeorge Gilmoxe. 2'3 IraA.Thaver, 21 W. W. Fenton, 2si Edwin Z. Abrams. is Scott AVhite, 20 Wallace Vesey, 31 John P. Chapman, 44 Lay Hunt ley, IM Lvsander Woods, S3 Horace Downs, Farmer do I do Student Farmer do do do Shoemaker Farmer do do BROOKFIELD. Drawn by Lieal. C. H. Bill. 2d Ohio Cae. John Hurst. Johnson Groves, John Oliver, Charles Wendler, Aaron Kick Epliraim A. Byers, nomas Lrtuson, Joseph Wheeler, Thomas Bradley, Samuel Bailey, Dennis Hart, Charles, McCoy, L'nal Snider, Leverett Alderman, William Struble, Wiliiaia Wheeler, Andrew Kirk, James Weeelcr, James A. Bowen, Frederick Kick, Rice C. Davis, James Scofield, u ilLara Lanerty, Williaru Ulp, Martin Waldorf, Christopher Drake, Nicholas Cook, 19 20 24 44 19 30 31 23 2i 20 21 35 44 20 35 29 20 28 22 43 34 30 25 23 30 30 34 32 Farmer di I Mechanic Farmer j0 I Blacksmith Farmer I do do do do do Coal miner Mechanic Farmer do do do do do Coal miner Farmer do do do do do do do Drawn by Capt. C. W. Smith, "Trumball Guards". William Shaffer, 33 David Snook, 20 Jacob Moyer, 32 John ( Isltorne, 35 Jonathan R. Shaffer, 24 Clinton Mikesell, 23 Isaac louker, 2b Lewis C. Coffman, 34 Emery Dillon, 23 Martin Gilson, 21 Joseph J. Vesey, 41 John W . Shiveley, v John C. O-iborne, 21 Seymour DeCamp, 22 Wm J. Templeton, 20 Farmer Laborer Farmer do do do Laborer do do do Farmer I Carpenter I Farmer I do to ty, FOWLER. Drawn by Serg't Bonnell, 6th Ohio Cav. James II. Morrow. Ransom Mizener, janle3 vt Dygou Jonas H. Bernhard, Isaac A. Dugan. Joseph Cr&ft, Joel Hall, Henry Sheldon, Alfred Gillett, John Deemer, Richard Hoi ton, Hannibal Taylor, James Uallock, Allison Lewis, Frank Rhodes, Calvin Curd, James Cmrie, James Kingsley, Wm. H. Bingham, Lester Clark, Samuel Kellogg, Albert Lamberton, D. Hathaway, Wm. A. Uutchins, George Sigler, 24 21 40 33 41 25 44 22 24 21 31 29 37 or 19 22 39 41 25 33 19 23 27 31 29 31 Clerk Farmer I oth-ie,,dred, '"""If Carnenterl -i I- Farmer I do I i a I In Blacksmith I Farmer j fO I der Farmer do I OO I nr -", . do do do do do Innk eeper I Pedler ! GREENE. Drawn by Serg't Bonnell, 6th Ohio Cav. Leolin Hicox, Albert Key, James Finney, John Deihl, lehiel Higems, Thomas Barton. Thomas Manes. Charles Harvey, 37 21 30 36 35 30 20 29 Farmer do j0 but Preacher Farmer any do HARTFORD. Drawn. by Lieut. C. H. Bill, 2d Ohio Cav. John K. Brockway, Alanson llandlin, James Snyder, tllenrvLane, -an Borden, Lorenzo Hightree W. Cannon. Ralph Mason, Allen F. Joues, Webster liolcomb, James M. Jonas, Bushnell, John B. Johnson, Norman G. Fik, R. Williams, Jese Magruc, Daniel E. Coe, Edward Court w right, Abram J Turner, Leonard Flouts, Craton, lord Banning, - Henry Kepner, 23 5 41 .-. 2S 25 40 29 35 38 21 43 18 3S 32. 19 29 33 21 42 42 31 Farmer Pedler Farmer do do do do do Plasterer Mechanic Farmer Blacksmith Farmer do do do do Carpenter Sawyer r aimer Horticulturist Carpenter Farmer over belle fast. from week HUBBARD. Prawn by Lieut C. H. Bill, 2d Ohio Cav. William Burnett, Jr., Dwight Cramer Thomas K. Snvder, Samuel rjajey; Aaron Mingliii, Andrew N. Pettit, Frank R. Woodford, Charles E. Cole, Cramer Marsteller, D. A.Price, Georgo Dickson, George Baker, Harvey Gregory, 40 Farmer 25 Clerk 35 Farmer IS do 34 do IS do 23 do 18 do 18 do 20 do 33 Miner 32 Fanner 22 Blacksmith yes eight give the I haya Kitrn r:a-,i ir: i: kiwi. . nhn M MnihU . Jauies Uwii-ans, James Stewart, Leander . Tturnett IslImuPwtrirR. Benjamin Veach Acr. orn patios 4;i Farmer IS do 43 do 21 1H Farmer Coal mine.r 35 Shoemaker 21 Farmer JOHNSTON. Drawn by Lieut C. H. Bill 2d Ohio Cav. Xathaniel Stanley, Royal Rogers. Lucius Bartlett, Luther Ailing. Bennett Curtis Edwin liolcomb. Timothy A. Bradley, Joseph Younir. John W. Langley, George Laue, Lewis 1 erry, Henry Lerov. Jacob Zollinger. Harrison i Barnes, 33 42 V- 2V JO 21 34 43 41 3S Farmer Inuk-eper Mechanic Farmer do Laborer Farmer do do Farmer do do Laborer LORDSTOWN. Drawn by Lieut. C. H. Bill. 2d Ohio Cav. jjcon rlarshman Hiram Beat, Samuel Crum. Samuel Bailey, David Kosht, Samuel F. DeFord, John Wager. William W. WiselL Daniel R. Becker, George W. Bailey, Thomas Allen, Nelson E. WUell, Allen Stahl 40 IS 21 24 25 2i 36 34 1 1 is 21 32 Engineer Farmer do Joiner Minister Teacher Farmer Blacksmith Farmer showtanker Farmer Machinist Farmei SOUTHINGTON. Drawn by Serp't Bonnell. 6th Ohio Cav. Wm. H. Beardslev. 43 Fanner Uriah Craver, 23 do Edson S. Everett. 32 Nathan Hatch, . 2H Wm. Witherstine. 25 Farmer Calvin Chalker, 41 do VERNON. Drawn by Capt. C. W. Smith. "Trumbull Guards" Alfred Waldorf 43 Farmer John Boawell, 24 do Michael Swam jr. 20 do J. O. Chaflee. 30 do John W. Henry, 37 do Abram Burnes. 2s do Judson Lawyer, 18 do George Beach, 21 do Jesse Highland, 3'J do JJenj. Hall. 27 do Jacob Burns, 3J do Conrad Smith, 21 do Grove E. Clark, 23 Joseph P. Williams, 44 Farmer Addison Trunkey, 13 ln John Ihompson, 21 da Charles Logan, 3s do Jacob Stevens, 40 do Judson S. Merry, 24 do Samuel Strain, jr. 23 Mechanic V1IS.NA. Vra. t LUL C. II. Bill, 2d Ohio ('. Sylvester Rand, Garry A. Treat. Keuben u illiams, Hubbard Nowland, Job J. Holliday, Ira Bartholomew, William Feather, Julius Clark, Henry Fowler. Uershoin H. Kerr, W lllard Squires, Samuel f rice, Kline Wortnian. Morrison Perkins, Henry P. Leet. John Scoville. James II. Robbing Leando Greenwood, Carlos Greenwood, Wm. D. Griffis. Lorin Sigler, Samuel Sigler, Lpin. Bartholomew, Abram Wortman. Frederick Cratsley. Comfort Mackev, Williamson Pope, 39 41 2 33 29 25 30 44 IS IS 42 33 27 23 20 20 23 20 rS 39 20 25 Farmer do do Painter Farmer do Farmer do do do do do Merchant Fanner do do Box Maker Farmer Farmer do do do Blacksmith Farmer Letter From Kentucky. GENERAL HOSPITAL, No. 4. LOUISVILLE Ky. Sept. 30, 1862. ELttn-t Chrouu-U : Thinking a short letter from me would internet some of readers, at last I venture to pen a lines. As war and letter writing is the order of the day. and not wishing be odd or live outside, I will take a hand in it. Tin true the public eye is very naturally turned to the soldier in the field, but at the same time we should not overlook the fact, that we have the sick, wounded and dying, who need our sympathy and aid, and I would here say, that the good people of Trumbull County- have responded as cheerfully and as lib erally in this direction, as any other coun far or near. Scarcely a day passes but eye rests on some article sent by some the soldiers aid societies of Trumbull County. The sick and wounded of this Hospital are between two and three bun and I can say they are well cared T A . v- : : ..... uul" niw i ue vaiu ill my nuu i. it ir ?. l i . i . sions 10 iuu iiospitaj, l simpiy state wuai understand to be the facts, when I sav - the first place it is large, commodious anl woll ventilated. Then we have Dr. Crowe, of this city, an old practitioner and true ffpntlemnn- and Dr RnnAilir.t ri' Norwalk Huron Co.. Ohio, whose busi ness talent and medical skill are rarely equaled as manager. Then it is no won the poor sick soldiers beg to be car ried to this Hospital. Tho discipline is perfect, and th rules and regu!ations strictly enforced- There are some eight ten in tliis Hnnitol frnm ibn IDth O r - do not know who is to blame, but one tninK '3 certain, history will hand down a sorrowful, sickening record of the 105, Regt. There- are three or four from Trumbull Co., in my Ward, Horace Scoville and Charles Stewart, both from Vienna. Scoville is getting along finely, poor Stewart is badly off; he is com- pletely prostrated from exposure. If of his friends should see this, they rest assured that what I can do for will not be left undone. I certainly that be will get well. your truly. J. J. GRAY. at II. for From the 24th Regiment. In Bi voir Lot'isviLLE, Ky., 1 Sept. 30 1802, Chronicle Fiiendt: The long march is and we of the Arinv of the Ohio, have bathed once more in the waters of "la river." on the banks of which we But Oh! my Country! tar better, tue thinks it hail been had we bathed our bay onets in and through the center of Bragg's column, at least sprinkled our arms by dashes to annihilate his rear column, mak iag ourselves the defenders of Louisville, the w, rather tLin the front, from which latter he can at any time of this fall back at his leisure. But I tell of Old Trumbull, the lay dawns, and cut ideas of the rank and file, the common sense views of the masses will (because they must if America would re claim her nationality,) will be heeded, even now as I write, General Leslie Combs tells us ''the ball opens, in forty- hours you will be in a fight then them the cold steel, make them feel triangle, it hurts the gizzards." The 105 O., was oa picket yesterday, or should have seen its home folks. They had rather rough times for fresh j 1 wi at ly in and joy of the troops. Young Ewalt ranie over to see F. He look like a soldier. Freeman an Sergt. Emerou were nlong both hearty Frank l-vnun rode over there and found Westlv and George Lvman the latter slightly ill, Heath and Lolnlal well. hear niot favorable words of Major Per kins, to the highly courteous though kin adtlress which I reins?niber well to hive been lwves-ed bv his Uncle Alfred, he adds the tern-r emphasis of the soldier leader, such as a skirmish chieftain (a Ma jor's jKiition.) .should lie allied to. Corpo ral Sulliviint stood the severe mrch first rate, having rapidly recovered from hi sudden prostration, Lt. Brooks just droji- ped in from a visit to th 105th. and re i.orts the officers Mason. Baird and Gil bert all sound as specie, Osb-.rn is detach ed for battery duty, Horace Rawdon, An drews and Butlur hearty as fresh chips off a sound log, Waunamaker and Oliver, all orer their hard marchiu" and ready for fight. Our fifer Hall still gives us merry music, and Ser.it. Andrews bears the silk en colors which the Cincinnati 0th pre sented the 24th, in front of Coriuth. Whilst I have been toiling wearily northward, (though still in robust health) flfith danger, hunger, and thirst on every side yet utterly unharmed, lo! sadness brooded o'er the hearth-stone of home aud my dar boy. encircled by kind fridnds, and peace, went hence amid the rough agonies of a fell disease, though th.uik God the mind and soul r-se even o'er life's exit above the body's tram melling, and he looked canity aud nobly beyoud "this is the last of earth." To tho.se who ministered to his spirit and body. May God grant that when they too go hence it shall be as those who wrap the draperv of their couch about them and lie down to pleasant dreams. CHAS. R. HARMON. Another great Battle at Corinth. A dispatch dated Cairo, Illinois, Oct. 5, says : Glorious news to-day from Corinth The rebels routed and retreating. Their loss is verv heavy. Ours, also, is very heavy. Gen. Dodge sent a message from Columbus to prepare for a large number of wounded. Price, Van Dorn and Lovell were in command of the rebels, who num bered 40,000. Our troops are said to have acted nobly. A later dispatch of the same day says We can get no additional account of Friday s battle at Corinth. Saturday morning Price attacked Rosecranz's right. Van Dorn and Lovell bis left. The assault was made with great determination. At one time our center was penetrated and the rebels reached the Corinth House near the center of the town. They were driv en out at the point of the bayonet. Van Dorn led his column over the abattis, on the left, up to within fifty yards of the ditch, exposed all the time toa seattering tire of grape and rannister, and was driv en back by a charge of the 27th Ohio and 11th Missouri. The battle Listed till halt past 11. when the reliels retreated towards Hatchie river. The number killed and wounded on either side not known. The rebel loss reported much larger than ours. We have between 700 and 1000 prisoners, not including wounded. Gen. Hackleman is killed. Gen. Oglesbv is dangerously wounded. Cols. Smith and Gilbert Mower wounded. The Mobile and Ohio road is not seri ously injured. The telre-rapb Iih 1ii repaired to Corinth. General Hulbert marched Sat urday to the South side of the Hatchie river, with a large force, thus cutting off Price s retreat. Rosecranz nioveU early this mornini!. to renew the attack. Can nonading was heard to-day in the direc tion of their forces. I'nce is in tlie lorK: of the Hatchie river, between Hulburt and Rosecranz. is The Latest From Corinth. Headquarters General Grant, ) Jaceson, Tesn., Oct 01:20. j To Maj. (re. Hallerk, General-in-Chief: Generals Ord and Hulburt came upon the enemy yesterday, and Gen. Hulburt, having driven in small bodies of the rebeh the dav lelbre. after seven hours' hard fighting drove the enemy five miles back across the Hatchie towards Corinth, cap turing two batteries, about 300 prisoners and manr small arms. 1 immediately apprised Gen. Rosecrans of these tacts, and directed him to urge on the good work. The following dispatch has just been re ceived from him : of ia. CHEVALLA, Oct. 6. To Major General Grant: The army is totally routed, throwing everything away. We are following sharp W . S. KOS fcCH A S, Major General. Under previous instructions Gen. Hut bei t is also followinc. Gen. McPhersou is in the lead ol Kose- crans column. The rebel Gen. Martin is said to be killed. U. S. GRANT, in ing the or Major General Commanding. From North Carolina NEWBERN, N. C., Oct, 3. All the able-bodied neirroes in East North Carolina are now beimr seized bv order of the rebel Secretary of War, and carried into Virgins to work on fortifica tions. Gov. Vance has called a council of the leading men of the State for the purpose taking President Lincoln s recent proc tarnation into consideration. Union war meetings are held daily in the adjoining counties, for the purpose of tilling up the loyal JNortn Carolina regi ments, which are addressed by Hon. C. roster, the Administration candidate Congress, who has thus far met with great success. Six new companies tor the lainous 1st North Carolina have been sworn in. the brave Colonel Totter commanding, who has received in the recent attack on Washington, in which engagement his regiment carried on the palm. On ednesday, last, nine ot our pickets a ride pit and repulsed 50 rebels, Bachelor's Creek, some 25 miles from Newbarn. The Unionists in Caudeu county have petitioned Fresideat Lincoln for permisv sion to drive all the rebels families out of the county. It' granted they promise two ...... 1 : r . i t , - m it-giiueiiis lor me union, nan oi which are now already raised, one of cav airy a nd one of infantry. Recruits for the North Carolina Union regiments are rapidly pouring in since engagement at ashingtou. the and Oct. the they was men shot ial lara trom From the Frontier. ST. PAUL, Oct., 6. A dispatch from Colonel Siblev, dated the mouth of Chippewa River, Septem ber 2Sth, says : We met a party of friend Indians who had aeperated from the Crows, bringing with them 91 white per sons, whom they had 1-een instrumental resuiug from Little Crow's party. Ma ny of the prisoners were young women were completely overu helmed with to be freed from the loathsome treat ment ol their brutal cantors. A tight was had at Wood Lake, Sept ember 20, which resulted in the repulse the Indians. Our men buried Is In dians. General Sibley is arresting all the In dians suspected of having participated in outrages on the frontier, and will ex- in ble kers into else the scried that ans been the ecute all found guilty on the .pot. From Kentucky. LOUISVILLE, Oct. 4. The Southern line is work in? to Frank lin. Kentucky. Clark county advices av Jack Brnner wilh a company of reln-ls Went up Red River to capture Jim Towncnd's Home Guards. The r4- ; were defeated with great slaughter. General t i. W. Morgan left but four guns nt Cumberland Gap. and tlnv-e with truncheons knocked oil. Colonel S. D. Bruce, son-in-law of Gen eral Leslie Coombs, receives the highest commendation in military circles here fur his opei atioiisnt l'nu liiiir Green. Tl rebels burned the bridge near A.ilmrn on Mondav night. I!nne immediately sent thither the lndimm ami p:irt of the nth Kentucky, rebuilt the bridge, routed the enemy at RiH-ellville. killing and wounding fifty and taking 15 pri-oners. 40 hoi-es mid saddle.-, lie al-o routi-d a part3' at Glasgrow yesterday, taking ten prisoner, including Lieutenant Colonel Crews. Captain Brown and Lieutenant 1 homa. A Portsmouth. Ohio, dispatch to ti.iy. JCobmson says John Morgan, with looti men yesterday attacked the Carter County home-guard near olive Hill. After sev eral hours Mrerekirnii-hing Morgan was repulsed, and twenty of his men were killed. Morgan then retreated towards Licking river, burning thirtv-hve houses on his way. Lat niirU t Morcnn returned to Olive Hill. Meanwhile Col. Lepei t went to Portsmouth, and lirotiht fM of the 1 17th Ohio. Advices from Burdstown savs the rebels have from :;o,ixh) to ?:".imm men in a circle of eight miles in diameter round Bards- town. Our central advance was this af ternoon four miles this side of liardstown. Thoy have been skirmishing and driving the rebels before them lor the past three days. We captured three hundred pris oners. lt is said that Kirby Smith arrived at Frankfort with ten thousand men, and that Humpherv Marshtd is on his wav thither with five thousand rebels, and ev idently means to make a stand at Frank fort, and a battle at IWdstown seems im minent. The report of an anticipated light at Mt. Washington, vestcrdav, arose from our forces shelling the works as they ad vanced. Braggand Bueknerlett t'anville for Lexington, Tuesday. Bragg, in sjieak ing at Danville, on Monday, threatened to send every man who would not join the rebel armv to the north of the Ohio. The rebels are cutting new roads from Bardstown to Springfield and Lexington. Leadins rebels and otheers ot the Con federate armv are circulating the most absurd stories in places occupied by them. ror instance that Gen. .Nelson was killed because he supported President Lincoln's recent emancipation proclamation : that liuell resigned because ot that proclama tion, but concluded to hold his liosition six days longer, in the hope that Lincoln would annul that document. The rebels are rigidly enforcing the Confederate eonsreiption act wherever they have temporary controt. the Louisville special dispatch ot the 2d, concerning the taking of 500 rebels by Roussean's Division, was incorrect. It doubtless was based on the fact that an entire Georgian regiment ot cavalry. 300 strong, was captured in the early part of last week bv Lieut. Col. Stewart, ol the 2d Indiana cavalry commanding his own and the 2d and 3d Kentucky, which sur rounded and completely surprised the rebels at Frankfort, who surrendered with out the slightest resistance. Col. Craw ford, commanding the captured regiment. an ex-Congressman, ami one ot the Confederate Peace CominisKinners to Washington. Thee prisoners reached here, last eve ning. The rebels in large force, evacuated Bardstown. yesterday morning, at ten o'clock. Brigadier General Van Cleve, of Minnesota, leading the advance of Crit tenden's corps, entered Bardstown. last evening, at six o'clock, eight hours after the evacuation by the reliek. and was to pursue them this morning. A rumor is prevalent that General Sill's force was attacked by Kirby Smith's force at Hard insville, nnd driven back four miles. This rumor is entirely discredited here. From Missouri. From a private in the Oth Kansas cav who participated in the tight at New ton ia Tuesday last, we learn the fol lowing particulars : Col. Solunten on Monday, learning that there was a rebel force, thought to be 5I.K) strong, at Newtonia, sent about COO troops 175 infantry and the balance cavalry, under command ol Major of the 4th Wis consin, whose name we did not learn, to drive them out. They charged into New tonia Tuesday morning, nnd found the rebels had been strongly reinforced, hav ing a force estimated at 7000, and six pieces of cannon. Our men had to get j out the best wav they could ; the infaut ry fighting hand to hand for three fourths an hour as they fell back from Newton Company H, Oth Kansas cavalry. about forty strong, was surrounded, but cut their way out. The Federal troops fell back three miles, followed by the rebels, when they met reinforcements of about 300 cavalry four pieces of artillery, making four all, and in turn drove the rebels back into Newtonia. Considerable cannonad was kept uu for some time between two armies, our men now having three lour regiments. About night our troops commenced falling back to camp the night. 1 he rebels toiiowed, when men turned on them nnd drove them back into Newtonia, and held the The Federal loss during the dav was 140 killed and wounded and miss ing, probably most of them taken priso ners. Such of our wounded as fell into hands of the rebels were treated in the most barbarous manner. The rebel loss is not known, but it is thought to be larger than ours iu killed wounded. News from Buell's Army. A despatch to the New York Times, Buell's army, drted Floyd's f ork. 2nd, says: We had a fierce skirinLdi yesterday evening. Itie4tti Indiana cavalry attacked the rebel advance at Floyd's Fork. The tight lasted fifty minutes. Our cavalry drove reliels before them. The rebels then turned three nieces of artillery upon the position from which had been driven thinking our men occupied it, but our men had taken a more secure position. 1 he rebels finally retired. I heir loss 9 killed apd 2 wounded. We lost f. killed. The Col. of the 4th Indiana cavalry was in the head and is mortally wounded. be " J Interesting News Items. The Tune,' coirvpoiiU'iiee snys a Ji- patcL just received Irom their spec correstoiii"ni at .umiv nook, near Harper's Ferry, state-s that the Mh rcu- and tw. Wtcnies have jut returned a n-c)nnoiance tnwnriU Charles Thev found tue enemy there and a rebel Captain. the citizens ot Loudon count v mo tl.-e- to escape the last rebel conscription that quarter, and are reaching Wasli- ngton. n this occasion every one cdpu- of bearint; arms, ini-lmiiiiir nil Qua and boys over iti ye in li are forced the ranks. They havt? taken everv hor.e in the county for Lee's army ; :ilo even rhiii-r they could lay their hand- ou. ine liovermneut is about to send a commission to the est to investigate present Indian ditheulties. It i: a there can be no doubt of the fact amis have been furnished the Indi by persons engaged in .British inter ests. Bonds of the rebel govern iiieut have secretly old iu lUltiuiore within last few days at 1 j cents on the Jol--:l.,w . vl ili iri 1....!.. r i-i-o - n. h ""V? - ami aud for bsen From the Potomac. Wasiii ;ro ct. 0. Ti 'thvnn correspon dence : General Nigel's scouts just returned from Thoroughfare Gap report no enemy in sight this side of the mountains. They further learned that the enemy's main Toree was at Winchester. The rebel wagon trains had all been sent lo Stanton, nud their cattle to Mount Jack -sin. Ixng.-.treet's column was reported to have commenced retreating to Richmond. This l-i t statement is doubted at .Nigel's headquarters. The President returned from the Upfier Potomac thoroughly gratified with the condition of the soldiers of the National Army. lie found them well clotheiLwell fed, disciplined, in the l.est of pirits,eager to be led to battle, and full of enthusiasm. Judge Smith of Wis., and two well k nuu n jurists will leave to-morrow for Beaufort, N, C. . as a commission to carry into effect the Confiscation Act. MARRIAGES. At tilt- ht'us f the UiJc'i father. Oct. lit, br the Iter. Ltcii.iauiin Kxrell. if Witrren. Lieut. SEY .Mol'R S. RKED, of Rootitown. lo .Mist LuL'ISA A. PACKER, of .Strcctsbnroiuth. "Thr Ctiion forever, one aud uudivisvLle," Al t'nuib'a 11. .tel. Warren, on Thursday, Oct. 2nd. by Rev. V. . Abbott, Hector or Christ Church, Mr. J. 11. BARTON' and Miss MARY E. ADAMS. DEATHS, At his residence in this township, un the '.Ttli ult., JilTL 1)0 U N S, aged 30 years and 3 month. The deceased wa bum iu Sansdersfield. Berk shire Co., Ma's., removed to this county in Wi. and hn bci-ii a resident of thi township forty-six years. 11a ti honest and upriybt in all the transactions of life, and fiiilhlully performed his duties as hus band, father and citizen. He served his country as a ,Ulirr, in the war of 1812, and was almost tue last ul those veterans yet living iu thi viciuily. In Cleveland. September 2J, 1SS'.J, of Coneumptiun, LUCY A NX. only remaining daughter of Samuel Elwell, Esq., of this place, aged IS years. SWEET FI.AC CHEWING GUM The best known -ulfetitute for Tobacco, and Remed for Xorvoui Diseases, Dyspepsia and LungComplainta. Ask audit lor circular i tor sale by J. K. ihmIa. HU1L DINGS have been 25,00-0 cleared of RATS and MICE by using Dr. L. GofTs Death to Kats. lt uevertuils to kill, for sale by J. K. Woods. lir. OI5ED ANDREWS' Vanor Gum Cures Dyspepsia. Vapor Unm cures Throat and Lung Complaints. Vapor Uuin euros Nervous Dis eases, r or sale by J. K. Woods. Xew Advertisements. GRAND ENTERTAINMENT! TOR TUE BC.NEriT OP THE Soldiers' Aid Soeietv! TO BE I1EI.D AT BROOKFIELD, Thursday, October 16, 1862. orricEBs. IVes-ident Mrs. E. D. King, Vice President Mrs. Sarah Dunmrs, Secretary Mrs. A. Chew, Treasurer Mrs. J. E. Stewart. OIIICEBS OF TUE DAV. Chairman Rev. T. W. Warner, Marshall A. Christy, Esq. i'olice D. Waldorf, J. lloagland, D. Hall, M. II. Coburn, F. Peck, K. Chriaty, li. S. Hart, I- W.Clark, II. Hamilton, K. Stewart, J. Christy. Agents to sell Tickets A. Chew, A. Christy, T. W. Case. Agents to receive Tickets at Table J. A. Yanness, J. Leslie. Ticket Treasurers Dr. J. Stewart, E. I . King, Esq. ORDER OF EXERCISES. M'nic Hail Columbia. Fraiier By Rev. X. Betts, of Vienna. Jltiaie Star Spangled Banner. Oration State of the Country, by Hev. P. 1. Finney, of Sharon. Musir E plurihus Ununi. Oration Prosecution of the War, by Elder W. Lamphear, of Warren. Music Red, White and Blue. A History of the Soldiers' Aid Society of Northern Ohio, by Rev. W. Haze. Music Marsellaise Hymn. What should be done by the Aid Society; also a Historv of his experience, while )i forming die duties of a Chaplain in the C7th Reg. O. Y. U by Rev. R. II. Hurlburt, of Youngstown. Music America, National Hymn. Announcement of further Order of Exer cises, bv Rev. T. W. Warner, of Hart ford. Benediction by Rev. W. Haze, of Hub bard. Exercises to commence at half past 10 AM. Dinner at half past 1 P. M. Admittance to first table, 37 rents. Second table, 25 cents. All are cordially invited to attend. . LAST CHANCE! TO ENLIST. RECRUITS STILL RE CEIVED FOR --ltli Itesr't. Head-Quarters at the Chronicle Orhce, anvil, Ohio. O. N. HAPGOOD, Recruiting Officer. J SPECIAL EXAMINATION OF SCHOOL TEACHERS. TMio Board of School Examiners lor J Trumbull County, make the following an nouncements, to applicants for Certificates: Exam ination will be held on Fridays, October 31st, aud ovesuber 7tii astd lt, and Desn. ber Sits, at the Court House, and will commence punctually at iu o'clock A M. at which hour all ap plicants should be oresent. All persons, who desire to nhftiin crtincr tn leach common schools, in Trumbull County, during tnecuraiug winter, can attend someone ol thealore sai.t examinations. Private examinations cannot had. aud uo more public examinations will be neia until next pnug. nillltLESEl ADAMS. October jib. 1S02-13W Oh! Massa'i Gwine to Washington. Bl-theauthorol'"Amonff thlPitiAS " A .nln. new orig, just received al AKAMS' BOOK MUSIC STORE. fother, is the Battle O'er? iTX ELLSWORTH S FVXERAL. I hese are two most touching songs, al AbAMS' ML'SIC SToRE FATHER Abraham's Reply to the . uoo.ooo. I se a-down our Western vales our legious pour, my boys; Ohio, Iudiaua and my own loved Illinois, And Iowa. Michigan and MiuueSota too. And ttr VI isconsin s prairies ud their heroes tried aud true. Cuiiie on. oh! living avalanche, liicok into floods of lisebt. Aud roll your waves of truth aloug Recession's shores of nutht. This j' a song for the times, with twelve verses, a liue chorus for four voices. Just published, received at ADAMS' BOOKSTuRE We're a Million in the Field By Stephen C. Fo'ter. Just published and sale at ADAMS- BOOKSTORE D.M IXISTKsaTOR'S NOTICE. 4, of of bet A N.tice is hereby Hivcu. Ihat the undersigned Las appointed and qualified Administrator on the estate of L'ulv ert C. Miller, decra'ed, late of Briilol Trumbull Ouipty, Ohio. Oct s, l!a- :t MONROE L. MILLER. Ibe uuders'ined has been dulv aouointfsl A,!. miiiistrator ot thefctateof John Pew, late of Lords town. Trumbull Couuty, Ohio, deceased. Oct a, iaoj-2t John c. l'EW. 4 HMINISTRATOR'S XOTICE. 2. i I l).MIN ISTRATOR S NOTICE. The subscribers have been appointed and quali fied as Aduiiuislraiors ou the estate of John Auder Son, lite of Warren, Trnmbull County, Ohio, de ceased. W. C. HATHAWAV. Oct ls.a-3t JOHN RATL1FF. DIXIE FOR THE UNION, a splen lone, at ADAMS' MUSIC SI0&S. soon 1 THE and 4 DMIXISTJl-ATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. IumIImikii ttt ..fi nnlur t.f issued from th ProbnU LV.urt ot Trumbull County. I will utlwr f. r sale nt public Tvntlue on the itreiuisei" uervll.r de- cribe!. on Friday, the 7th Ja of XovtaUr, 102, hetwo the Lours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon ami re oViock m the afternoon of said JVe "'-.! lug desonbej real etate, belonaiii to ine estate of; Stephen Kurnelt. late of Warreu, deceased, to wil: The tract of land and buildinm thereon, dcx-ribed in lb return of the appraisers in their apprai.se- and assiirnnieiil of dower as the sixth pier of Uud, situate in liraoeeille. in J-ei lion No. Iti, (..ouimonly railed the Ledire larm.) rontaiu- ilia: 7:.7."-H) re, aud bounded aud de-H-tibtd as follow.': Begiumu at a po-l alnndinic iu the south-west roruer of lot No. I in said tertiou No. lo, theure east on the south line ot Sei-tion No. lo lhirty-ix ham and thirty- links lo a post, Iheuee north tweuly chains lo a post on Jonathan Allen's south-wesi corner, and theace north eiut ehainsou the we, )in. f ,1C said Jonathan Allen's bind, thence west on the! south line of Veruou Allen's land ) chains and thirty-seven links to pomi. then.-e south on the cnaiuii anu iniity -seven unaa to ine nni uicunoueu boundary, and coutaius by estimation ninety-six acres and i. ro.ls ol land, excepiiug therefrom : 47- lot acres "I land, more or le, heretofore deeded by said Stephen iturnett to rederiek Kinsman, bouudud as lollows: Ueyiouind at post standing in the south-east corner of the lands deeded by Ku fu? Allen lo Joseph and Stephen Burnett, then. e north along the east line of said land 17 chains aud 4o links to a post, thence south 'Jf west along the centre of the road a chains and 7 link lo a ptist, Ihetice south U)-i' west along a line which the par ties hereof hereby ax reed lo treat as the centre of the road ;2 chains and tvVliuks to a post in said Kins man's north line, thence eat on said section line& uhains and le links lo the plac e of beginning, and coutaius as surveyed by Edwin Lemngwell as above staled. 'Si 47-loo acre of land, more or less. Which tract of seventy-two and seventy-fire hundredths acres of land was set to Eleanor Burnett as her dow er estate in the lands that said Stephen Burnett died seised of, and was appraised, and will be sold sub ject to the life estate of said Eleanor Burnett. Ap praised subject to said incumbrance at il 11. U0. Also will be sold same day, on the premises, to the Town Plat of South Warren, described as the south fj ot an acre ol laud, being lot no. i is Block No. V iu the south surrey of Warren, reference be- bull County Records, Book of Maps psies 34 and 4a, ing hal to the plat oi said surrey recorded in Trnta- and lying south of and adjoining the iioineslead set oil to the widow and heirs by the appraisers of the real estate of said Burnett and was by them apprai sed al S..HV10. To be sold without incumbrance. The terms of sale will he made known on theday of sale. JACOB H. BALDWIN. Adm'r de bonis non of the estal of Stephen Burnett Warren, Oct S, lSoi-4w A DMI.MSTKATOH'S SALE OP REAL ESTATE In nursuance of an order granted by the Probate Court of Trumbull County, Ohio, I will otter for sale at fuouc Auction, on ,r(fh tSuturday, the Sth day of Xocemher, 1862, at 10 o'clock forenoon, on the premises, the follow ing described real estate, situat in the township of Bazetta, County of Trunibwil, and Stale of Ohio, to wit: beginning at ibe north west corner of lot eighty-three, in said township of Baxetta, thence eaat along the north line of said lot forty chains seven teen links to a post in the centre of the highway, tbeuce south along the centre of the highway, so far that a line run west, uaix parallel with Ibe north line to the west line of said lot eighty-three, will Contain nineteen acres or land. JOHN BAILIFF. Administrator Oct 4. tBiC 4t of Ira S. Hull, dee'd Petition to sell land. "VTOTICE. 1.1 Oeo F. Brown, Adiu'r I of Eli W Dray, dee'd, t vs I Amelia Dray et al J To Amelia Kennedy and Sauuel Kennedy Yon are hereby notified that the under-tinned, as adm'r of Eli W. Dray, dee'd, tiled his petition in the Probate Court of Trumbull County, Ohio, ou the4tb day of October, 1, the object and prayer of said petition is to obtain an order from said court to sell tae real estate ol saiti aeceuent, situate in nazetia. in said county, containing about one hundred and . . . !..... .1,. .. , v. , i ,.r ... ..i decedent. To be sold to pay the debts of said estate. said pention will be heard on the oth day ot Ar wember next, at lu o ciock a m GEO. F. BROWN, Adm'r Oct , lSii 4t of Eli W. Dray, dee'd. s ALE OF REAL ESTATE BY ORDER OF CoL'RT On tha 8th dav of November A D W at 1 o'clock P M. on the premises, situate in the township of Fowler, Trumbull County. State of Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following described real estate, as the property of Sainnel Greene, de ceased, to wit: about five and one-fourth aeres of Und, bounded and described as follows : Being part of lot No. and bounded on the east hy the uigh- way, on the north by land oi H. c. i uliamson and Charles Tucker, on the west by land of Joel Truea- dell, and on the south by land of Daniel Trobridge. Appraised at ii 1,113. Terms of sale, one-third in hand, one-third in one year, and remainder in two years, on interest, and uelerred payments aecureil. U. C. WILLIAMSON. Fowler, Oct 8, 1S62 4t Administrator New Fall and Winter Goods A ROTHSCIIILD would invito lis the attention of ladies to his new stock of Millinery Goods. jut received at his store, a few doers south of the Gaskill House. Main Street. The roods are the la test New Vork and Philadelphia styles, and are of the neatest and moat beautilul patterns, consisting of Bonnets, Flower. Ribbons. Laces, ic. Also a nice stock of Dry Goods and Fancy Goods. The attention of rentlemen is called to his fine assortment of Ready Made 4'lotliing. Our goods will be sold very cheap. Call and see us before you purchase elsewhere, and you may save money. A. ROTHSCHILD. Warren. Oct. 1. 1S6J, lm. " notice " Is hereby given that an application will be made to the Governor of the Slate for the pardon of Math ew Robb, who was convicted of bartering and sell ing Connterfiet bank Bills, at the March Term, A. D. Inol, of the Court of Common Pleas of Trum bull County. Ohio, and sentenced to confinement in the Penitentiarr. for the term of fire rears, from and after the 3d day of March. A. D. 1801. Oct. 1, lKoi 3t. JTTACIIMENT NOTICE. R. A. Bern an. Dlff. vs. II. Churchill and Justice Irish, defts. Before S. A. Davidson J. P. Mecca Township, Trumbull County Ohio. On the oth day of September, A. D-. 1362, said Jus tice issued an order of attachment in the above ac tion for thesnm of Two hundred and twenty-three dollars and nfly-nine cents, which order has been served on property ol the defendant s aud returned, and the action continued to the 24th day of October. 152, at 10 o'clock. A.M. Meoca. Occt. 1. ISoA -". "TOTICE is hereby given to ali per- 11 sons interested, that the suberiber was the owner of land warrant No. 93,709, orignally issued to Arnold Harington. of Welchneld Geauga Co. Ohio, and that said warrant was burned on the 14th day of Sept. A. I), lsoi in the "Whitney House." in Mecca, in this County, and that the subscriber has filled in the General Land Office, a Caveat, ask ing a re-issue of said warrant. GILBERT WEBSTER. By A.W JONES, Oct. 1. IsCi 6w. his Atty STRAYED CATTLE. Eight yearlings, four steers and four heifers strayed from the subscriber, in Baelta,in the lat ter part of May. One spotted steer; one white back steer, the other two steers are palish red. One heif er is palish red, has crippled horn; one deep red heifer ; the other two pale red, with white spot oa hip. Any person able to give me any information will please drop a line at the Warren Post -office. BENJAMIN GILBERT. Sept. 17-3w. , THE STATE OF OHIO, I TRCMBCLL C0LSTY, SS. James D. MrMahan ) vs In the Court of Cem- Thomas McMahan. ) mon Pleas. The said Thomas McMahon is notified that the said James D. McAiahon. has filed his oetilionin this cause to recover of delenuant the sum ol jomob anil interest from September, , IstU. for money paid by rch Allen or bearer, si x niont also the sum of 21U,li and interest, from September nlaintio. as surety for defendant on a promissor: note for dated Alarcn I, lsoi, payable to Josep as surety tor u months from date with interest, li2, for money paid by plaintiff, as surety for de fendant on promi.-sorT note for i J04 dated March 1. lso'2, payable to Elisa L. Moore or bearer, six months from dale, with interest ; also the sura of $12. and interest, from October 24. lo2. on a nromissorv note that date and amounL navable to Elisabeth M Mahon, or bearer one year from date with interest which plaintiff is now the owner and bearer. De fendant must answer herein by the 15th day f No vember, IstU. or judgement will be rendered against him by delault Sept. 17. 6w. Att'ys for pitl rpo Canaan. I Song of the Six Hundred Xhousaad, our grand Aimy a new .uarcning nymn. t here are you going, soldiers. With banner, gun and sword? We're marching .Soar to Isium, To battle for the L--r4 1 This is a magnificent new marching hymn and chorus, by the author of "IH, sssore," it is ter song every wav just ree'd at ADAMS pUVK A JltMC El'Jrtr.. New Songs for the Million. AT ADAMS' BOOK A MTSIC STORE. Have just been received the followiug tongs call and make a selection. KINGDOM COMING a new song aud chores by a routraband, a splendid thing. TNCLE JOE S "HAIL CGLl MBA'"-. new negro comic sour it is b,-yun4 criticism, it is too good. BULLY I OR ALL aiong for the time, call and get it. EVANGELINE a new song and oborus. A be'ter song was never published. BRIGHT BE THX DREAMS. LAI RA MAY. CLARA BELL. THK BEGGAR GIRL, DIXIE FOR THE rNION, LONE ROCK BY THE &EA, "Wlj, ME TO SLEEP, MijTHER. THE IN IoN FOREVER. FOR ME. hese are all new and elegant songs. UNION MEDLEY-eontaining fifteen of the most popular airs of the day, eleyautly arranged for the Piano or Melodeont ZOUAVES BATTLE MARCH, MeCLELLAND'S GRAND MARCH. SOLDIER S FUNERAL MARCH. REBEL SCHOTTISCH, other new music, just received at ADAHa' M I SIC STORE. YOUNQ LADIES, : - v , ..... Wb' ,T e musie. should have a Music Porte rolio, to keep it and in good condition, you, can gel them at Adam' Music Store. " --uo"'l to at be t-oldiers, ry li- lor PROCLAMATION ! ANNUAL ILECTIOIST, f ' , j j sr JoSKFIi t l. BUTLKK, Sheriff j I of Tl.ulhull Coun(y ohio Ja hereuy Botity u7.4u.Hti.si l Mrs ol iij CounMr. that . . '" ! Tuesday, iUtmhrr 14th. tfut. ! I, the day apiinted by law for holdiuK election iu last Site of OLio. at woi-a time Klei-tors will a racnt , nimble at their Several place of holdinc election i in their respective toushiw,aud vole bv ballot fur j the tollowimr Stale and County ui&i-er.'tn wit; . . One Supreme Jiidue. ooe Si. retar of Stale, one j Attorney I irntral. one S-hon! CwuiuiMtiuDer. one i .Member of liard of Public Work, oue Couarew i uian l..r the lnh CohKre'sioual iii.stri.-t. oue Coun said i t, ; Auditor, one Couuty L'oiniuisiourr one luDrm seven I ary lnrr.-l.o-. : iain n ir-rn ii'd..ii . KU A.M rETl f Jt BOKM, KoR L'O.MMoN" PLEA. i The Towu.hip Trustee will return with their Poll . B.Hkot Klc-to-n. Jurors f..rthrir re-p five lown- loll.. T'ltCniKipM, BAZETTA BLOOM HELD BKACEVILLE BKISTol BHOOKHELI .... CHAMPION EAKMlNiiToN... r'OWLEK UKEKNE lilSTAVTS HAKTEoRl. UOWLAND Hl'BBARb JOHNSTON KINSMAN LIBERTY LORUSTOWN" MECCA .MESOrMiTAMIA.. NEWTON SOITHINGTON... VERNON VIENNA WARREN An. Mu. , Y. b be Afpfi,drJ, tm Bnr. Htturtfi. -i I i 1 2 1 i 0 4 i 0 4 i II J 5 0 5 1 1 4 0 4 .4 1 4 O M i 3 0 3 3 12 1 3 i 0 3 . 5 ft 5 . 4 0 4 4 0 4 t 1 J .4 0 . 4 .3 1 2 'OS tt 2 .11 ; l 1 1 lu IS 9u Given under my band at the Court House in War rtn. this irtth day or Aueast, A. D. lso . JOSEPH 6. BUTLER. Sheriff. VOLUNTEERS WANTED For the 125th Reg't Under command of Colonel EMERSON OPDVCKE. ABLE BODIED MEN WASTED to till up the ranks. This is to be the crack Regi ment of the State. .For particulars enquire of Capt. EDWARD BATES, I-l Lieut. Hex K. JJamon. ... -'I Lieut. EiiuiNO Btsm. W arren. Sept. -'4. 6i tl Triomphe De Gand Strawberry! Our stock of Plauts'of this'unrivaled Strawberry, is unooualed any where. GRAPE VINES. AVE HAVE 75.010 GRAPE VINES FOR SALE Of inperior quality, of the Oelasrare. Hartford, l-enrord, IHawa, EIl(biuv, (oyaboK. rrwTellB;. And also other new and valuable kinds. As we have every facility frr keeping up our supply, we offer great inducements to Fall purchasers. Send for onr circular. J-?5' rMttabnrgh, p.. DRY G0ODS!DRY GOODS! PKOKd! BROTHER. No. 9, Market St, Warren, O. TfToiild inform their patrons that yj , they are prepared for the fall trade of 12. with a laree and raried stK-k of Staple and ' "fy s TrlusaaiBg. mm muenerw "f . rpeii. ! Xotfcma, to wnicn the attention of all are invited Sept. is. lsoi "10 000 Y'd3 Sudani marks JaJJJ of Pritj.at the lowest market PECK aVROTHBR. A GOOD assortment of Brown and Blaeched Sheetings and Shirtings, cheap for ready pay. PECK A- BROTHER. A Lai il Ham Poplins, Vi Largo Assortment of the best amilton, Manchester and Pacific DeLaines. , alencias, Trareluig Goods, ete., at very low ngnres. PECK BROTHER. SILKSPiain Black, Black Bro cade. Colored Brocade, Plaids, Stripes, eta , a S-eat variety of styles, from Fifty Cents to Two ollars per yard. PECK X BROTHER. EMBROIDEKIES Collars, Under sleeves, Edgings and Inserting! of all kinds. Black and W hite Silk Laee. Brnnaala K.U.n ... all very cheap. PECK A BROTHER. " RIBBONS, Flowers, Trimmings of all kinds. Corset?, Gloves, Hosiery, Hair Nets, etc.. in great variety. PECK A BROTHER. SKIRTS ! SKIRTS! I New Balmo rals, the best makes of Skeletons, both Tape and Tied, at all prices. PECK A BROTHER. TABLE LINENS, Bleached and Brown. Wool S Dread.. Toilet Ouilra TJ j 3-t Sheetings, and Pillow Case Muslin, and every- tufug in iuo iiuo us uouae rumisnmg roods. PECK A BROTHER. GiRPETS If you want to bay a good Carpet for the leat Doaaihte amount at money, come to the Warren l)rv tianA arnr vhw. you will find the best assortment in tone. PECK A BROTHER OIL Shades, Curtain Muslins, Em broidered Curtain Muslins. Curtain Fixtures. etc, in great variety. PECK A BROTHER. QHAWLS Brochea, KJ Crape and at itics, which we w KJ Crape and Stella Shawls, ia all colon and qaal ill sen at prices to snit everybody PECK A BROTHER. Thibet, Silk, qaal- edy. SHOES Ladies and Children's Bal morals, Gaiters. Kid. Goat and Calf Shoes, large and well selected stock, in which we axe pre pared to offer great inducement to purchasers. PECK A BROTHER. ' CLOTHS, Caasimeres, Veetiogs, Tweeds, Jeans, etc.. for Men and Boys' wear, comprising all the desirable styles that the market HionU PECK A BROIHSR. March 19. 1862. examination" " OF School Teachers. THE Board of School Examiaers for Trumbull County, will commence their regular Examinations of Teachers for Fail and Win ter Schools, on the huh day of September. Applicants for certificates, who reside in Uuete vus. Kinsman. Johnston and Vernon, wul attend the Examination on Friday, the VMh of September. Applicants residing in Liberty, Hubbard, Brook -ticid end Vienna, on Monday, the d of September, Applicants residing in Fowler, Baxetta, Mecca and Hartford, ou Wednesday, the 2ua of Septem ber. Applicants residing In Mesopotamia, Bloom 8 eld. Greene and Bristol, on Friday, the th of Septem ber. . Applicants residing in Farmington, Soutiungtoii. and Champion, on Monday, the ith of September! Applicants residing in Newton, Lordstowa, aai Braceville. on Wednesday, the 1st of October. . , Applicants residing in Warren, HowlaasVnjkd Weathenrieid. on Friday, the Id of October. It is expected that applicants residing in the sev eral districts will attend on the day designated fur their district. Applicants will nlease hrina-slat V. tt.h.,b or atlas can be consulted by applicants, during any examination. The attention of oerson. mtr..sr.l Ls caller! Mih. language of the statute, vn: "No person shall be employed as a teacher in any primary common school uuiess sucn person ann nave jtrt ubiained trom said Examiners or any two of them, a certificate of food moral character, and that he or she ia Quali fied lo teach Orthography, Reading. Writing, Arijh inetio. Geography and Eiutlisb. Grammar in case such person intends to teach in .nr ..,. m ot higher gratlt. he or she shall first obtain a certificate ul the requisite iualiGcatioua in addition ihe branches albreaid." The said Examinations will 1. k.vi u. .l-.-. - ouie in Warren, ami will . nJ 10 o'clock. A M. at which hour all applicants should be proeni. as the Hue of examination wul limited. Watreu, Auk T.. lso WUITTLESEY ADAMS. 4. Tl lui.i IM INISTRATOR'S .NOTICE. The undersiirued has beeu duly abbuinta.1 duliui.lrutor of thd r'.fMTM ..i F.,tur ..1 .r. WbiU'urd late of Trumbull County Ohio. de-'d Sop,. S. tt. RICHMOND. (Lute Clerk, for Maj. John Coon. ,a.y.aMtej V S .) SOLDIERS' CLAIM AGENT, Office, No. 8, Perkina' Block. Near Court-House. CLEVELAXD, OUlt, BOUNTY, PAFand PENSIONS, ,, "ur,edDfor.WidVwMM Heirs ofdecea.el and Pensions tu auabled Soldiers. Col lects pay lor Resigned Oihcers and Discharged Sol diers. Rations u Soldiers on Furlough, and alt UaiuisombsPm Uuarterinaster ad Commissa' l'snartmeuts. Inturmation freely given on mil .Military matters without Charge, except for pot age and actual expense, and. all Communication promptly answered. 1 will attend in Warreu. at the Office of theClerk . e,Cuurt "4 Common Pleas, on ttrlay,th, a.tddajr r Augual, and un the FIRnY nT THIRD SATURDAYS of tiftllV Aitrir the purpose ol reocivmg such business as may offer. W. E. CLAilitT Au. 13, im-3m Boldier'l tliu A (est.