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WA1UIEN, O. o - - rWCJHS0AT. MAKCII X, IMA. Signs of the Times. As rapidly as tlie "victorious march of our wrpaios reduce the area of Confeder ate usurpation and territorial swsy, does the pluck and audacity of the Northern sympathizers of secessia abate in teal and boldnoss. The handwriting of incontro vertible facts which daily appears in char acters of "living light upon the myriad page of current Lietory, are becoming legible, and full of portent, to the dull v 'is ions and unbelieving minds of even the "Northern pro-slavery Democracy. They are beginning to realize that the revolution has pone too far in its progress Ive influences to admit of a possibility for retrograde movement. When Slavery, tolaave itself, undertook to lock the wheels and block the course of the car of human progress, it madly and vainly un dertook to check an engine op irresistible force, the motive power of which, is the free,- intelligent, philanthrope and irre-l pressible spirit of the nineteenth century.' attempt to reverse the progres?ive . r.. , i r. i ' ,mpul, of the age, has proved a fatal er-. for-to the cause of American Slavery. Lilt e all tyrants, it was eruel, grasping 1 Mid usurping. But its great mistake was ! L i i -. When it proclaimed its uncompromising, policy to be, rule or ruin. It invited the I of Constitutional Libertv and Union to mortal combat In the dread- , , . . . . , fal confl-ct it has waged for supremacy, 1 it has infl.cte.1 too minv terrible ' los, caused too much sacrifice and mffrring. made desolate too many homos, and t.last- id too minv hopes, to have anv claim to .", , " , , pur sympatny or moueratton. i ne reoei leaders have found it an easier task to raise, a whirlwind than to direct 1 lie tprm. ihe passion of which continually rages about them with the awful of the dirk, sweeping tornado. powir The proaljvery conservatives of the frih.hir been lustily singing the i delusively siren song of ' The Union as r, ... . .t . x . , was, the Constitution as it ts.w a either ... , ,. , , rtheseevenUaretobecandnlly regarded as among the probabilities of the future. His too late. The fires of civil strife t..-o n iich of the ujr-! .tiuHureoftleV.ld unple. to tdlow it to be tenmal l- u all its pu ts in its present c-indition. The C"n--ti'.ir.ion rhust Hnd wi! be amended, and the Uu- ion will be restore.1 on the more solid bf- sis of a rpgeneratel nd vi'aliie.1 fuiv. mentil lw. To th slow, st Jpid, servile, conservative. ..any energetic, purifin2 reformatory tneuivs. will do: , , cr ;i" " ns r' doubt be as offensive as the ouvrofsoap . and water to E trope in lizironi. Pro sia-! very Democracy has been so long used to taesmikv. so Jty. cob web realms or po-j litical fogyism : has so Ion crawled on o . , iU belly in the dust before Southern die-1 tat Ion. that to propose to it moral and political ablutions, sends a shock throuzh its debilitated nervous quskings and shiverin painful to.contem supremely ridiculous aa to be amusing. iti destiny, which is inseparable from the doom of SI iTery. ' Already several of the plte, were it not so T... : . more wary leaders of the Dmwacy preparing-to cut loose from the ded of Slavery. Brooks, of New York "their ultns, announced in Congress 'last week, that he should no " more attempt to save Slavery from its impending fate. - He admitted that ail 5rts to rescue it from overthrow were vain.'. This caused some of the Vallan dighsm copperheads to writhe and hiss with fury ; but their time will come also, ooner or later. . ' . The Xew York World ia preparing to bid its "Southern brethren" a final adieu, as the subjoined extract from one of its late issues indicates: .. . "The natural tendenay and necessary consequence of the war is to shake the institution of slavery to its foundations. So far as its downfall is the natural re sult of the war, the Democratic party cannot interpose to save it." The Boston Pott, an old liner of the - thickest and hardest shell persuasion, be gins to feel the fire or retribution prepar ing for it. and paddles off as follows: "That Slavery, as a system, will be fa tally damaged by this war. there can tie no doubt, in so far as the slave Msiem ia broken down and the system of tree la-. Jbor takes its place, the country will tie prospered, the white man, at least, will ,iminediately secure permanent benefit It will tend to unite the North with the South, to break up (be sectional distinc tions and political distinctions." Even the New York Herald is getting sick of denouncing anti slavery, and ex presses a willingness to have its idrl demolished and buried under a Constitu tional amendment. It says: - "Strike out boldly for an amendment of the Constitution which will forever settle this troublesome question of fit eix "by removing the institution from tbe country." " These are some of the signs of the times : pregnant with hopes for the future. Tue : institution of SUvery bu hid its day of ' rule, henceforth it will only meet with - kicks and blows, atabs and anathemas, end ' ere long there will none be round in ail . the land so low as to do it reverence. - God speed the day 1 I , : , j ' ": svstem, producing I .k.. hi ga iaat wount os. to rational mind Santiago, Chill. "- Two week later intelligence has been ' received from Sintiago. tbe scene of the lite conflagration of aCdholie Cuurch. 'The greatest indignation still exists ' against the priests, who are making great ' effort to gain the power ihey have lost. ' while the people are Irv ing luinluliy to assert their own freedom of ttiought. " The clergy have eveu alarled a secret - newspaper fir the defence of i-ligiusin T.lerent. The authorities have d-creed -In at the wails of I he churvh whero the fire took plc aim II be levelhd with the gr-Hiiid, and the Suaie has al.-o decreed that hencefortti thei are to be no more ' illumination of Churches and fptendid sight services. . It is acertind that at leisf S.500 per ished tii the tl .rues. Ou the 2It ol J)a cembttr a similar cjlimiiy had uearly be- : flin the worshippers in the Sn laidio Church. ; Popery in Ecuador. ; A CMiiwil.it was a few tnon'hs since concluded between the Pope and the Re , public' of E -unlor. South America, in " rhich the Pope strictly prohibited thp public exercise of any religion woisbip except that of the Rmnn Cat holir Church I'.Toe- people, however.' are. not inclined tanvly to wear tbe fetters with which the " i"ope wouid-bir.d tbeir minds, and ac cordingly their, legi-lature has annulieil the concordat, and iusiend are ilis"uainit " the suppression of all tbe monastic order and the ccciaoatioa of th Church prop rtj. " ; FROM TUNNELL HILL. GA. A BIG FIGHT! REBELS WHIPPED TcsxiLL Hill, Ga.. Feb. 24. On Mon day a strong column of infantry, preced the front, and Feein that the rebels great The My outnumbered km force, retired until he was met by our infantry advancing. Or- (ain of , N r,. Hrrison aeain pre.s !e(j forward and drove the rebels procipi Uf-ly out of the town of Tunnell Hill. The enemy had an enti brigade of car. Ulry under charge of Gen. heeler with of IIPtji1,,rymd opening upon U9 w.itH the latter, our progress wat friends checked. As soon as our artillery came m directed principally at Oil B'Xne' reh-l civalrv who had advanced , IlHrri80n-g riht. It being now R'nceold toward Tunnell Hill. Xo fkir it!mi-;n or consequence took place until 'll-Sf) We foumlourselves in the unme- ' r,-,, rr ;, diate viciniry ot Tunnell IIUI. Here it fnon g,,, evident that the rebels were ( resolved on making a stand. i The rvslrr had advanced some di hiveconimed tince ahead of the infan'rv but as soon as tl.e lottr wh, p ir, enjffint nu mberto isuppnrt, the civa'rv advanced in a col ever u(n a,,jns th in flf tjie '. hill on which the rebel cann?n wreplant- 'thrown with preatecurcy immediately into our ranks. Several were killed and wounded. ' Gen. Whipple rarrowlr ecaped dess'h m ; f . , , ., ,r;fmrn the near ernlosion t a shell. o r,,,; wa4 rrted however, and the cavalrv reiired to fbelter. Oiher iKrtionsof the infantrrrameup' and were deplo.ed in line. Meantime LurarMderv came un and Cint Hntch-! ' , ilm "P- n ' ' ! . . ' - I . ..r. .1.-. i J . . .: ..-J : j: iw!ril,h; flink an,i marching along ; the crest of Tunnell EIill. completely turn weight ! ed t'h- works of the enemy who fled with heretoforeoneof ! "nt J un' Thir retreat w-s ren- ed by cavalry, moved out from Cliatia nooga near tiie old battle field of Chick imnugn, and took the direct road for Tunnell Hill and Dillon. Generals Palmer, Johnson, Ba'trd, Civir and Carlin directed the movement. The force advanced without opposition east of the Chickamauga across whicl. and back through Ringgold's Gap and Taylor Ridge a party of rebel cavalrt were driven in confusion by Col. Harri son The head of the column marched on and rested during the night at Ringgold. The movement was commenced yester day rooming. The cavalry in advance had some live ly skirmishes with the enemy's mounted force consisting of the first Tennessee rebels. They were however continualij pushed back until about 4 p. m. when oui forces came in sight of Tuanell Hill. Here a conflict commenced in which great deal of fighting was done, especial ly by the enemy. There was little lose 0"n s;je 'H irk our forces retired about four niile in the direction of Dalton to await suj jpl - e. I" he meantime Gen. Stanley's com mand dvnceil from the vicinity ofCleve rrPCOP,ied lv a etvalrr force undr 0 injr . of the 4th Ohio Cavalrv. Thr latter is as id to bfive penetrated witLin three miles of D .lion to-dy Yestprd.iv mornins about 10o' clock th advance wa? ag.iin resumed. Portion o! John -on and Btiria com m i nils are , r.-.-j .he miin r.vd from ed the dy before. .o eneinv liaasyet been oi"rvcd wnen suaueniv a oarrry I planted on the bill to the right of the tun - nel. ooened aud a number of shell were two ten-jiounil P.irrotts on an eminence i t the riisht of the rod. opened on the 1 J . it. i l i .. . , . f ... -. - lodgm therebel battery from its post- tirn O ir inrntry began to advance. i.h,.'. .dvancs, threatened their left 'a " Oar whole line moving forward we occu - pil without further contest, therideeof Tunnell, Uill. Alt alone its rret were tolerably formidable works of stone and logs. On the eastern side were deserted camps of Gen. Claiborn's rebel division, It was now 4 p. ra., and the rebels fled rapidly along the D.dton roid. Our troops pursued and there was no further fighting until we were within three miles o' D.dton, where the rebels were found very strongly posted in a gorge between a high and precipitous range of moun tains cr.l'ed Rocky Falls. Through this gorge runs the common road and the R. R. Our advance was met by a sharp musket ry fire, but this was replied to with such eject that the rebel line was d slodged and driven back on their second line. Imme diately after this the enemy commenced a furiou fire of shot and thell from six pieces of artillery which compelled our skii m'shers to retire. The rebel fire was kept up with vigor until sundown. Gen. D'vis advancing with two briir-adf-8 and taking up a position at the mouth of the gorge, night now came on and ihe combat stopped. We mny have heavy fighting to momw until we in some way turn the enemy's position, which new seems scarcely prac ticable. The Iowea on both fMpg during these important operations has been smaiL enemv with some effect. lessened howev I t bv' th- apparent imperfection of the , . . , ,rt-.ij t ' rW!ir(js ri-ced two or his pieces I I The Resources of the United States. The report of Hon. Samuel B. Ruggles to the International S:atitical Congress, held at Berlin in September last. baR been laid before the United Slates and printed. The Inlerna'ional Suthdical Congress, to which Mr. R Jgyles was accredited rep resentative of the United States, was at tended by delegates from thirty-three Governments. iery s'atement made is proved by fig ures from llici-l aources. and the infer ence that must be drawn by the reader is that the nation is able to bear the burden of tbe war. to pay the debt incurred by it. an 1 t i smt a q tba iqcreasing emigra-tj-n fiom Euroe. During the lit sixty years, while the population of France has increased but 37 per cent, and that of England 121 er cent. (Prussia increasing 79 percent, in 45 year,) the inrreiire in the United Slates Las leen 33 per cent. Daring th i.iBt ten yeas the food producine Western States," with an area of 82 000." 0)0 acres. increa-el in jwpubiijon from 3.4OD.000 to nearly 9,0o0.0u", the increase ieim greater tl-dii the mtire population of St-oiland. The improved lands in ihete States ircreaped in i be same time i'rom(i. 530 0Jt acres to51.820.0uJ acres. leaving a residue ol 30,000,000 yet to be unproved. The increase of improved laixl ten years is rquil to seven-eighths of the arahie urea of Englard, which is statel to ho 8,000.000 acres. The increase of cere-d products in lle States, in those ten years, is trrete.r than be whole cereal Toduct of England and nearly equal to that of France. The n-suhs are due mainly to immigration. The Vjllasdigbax CafeThe recent derision of the Supreme Court of the Uni'ed States seems to be final in its e tecti The application was lor the rev-r al of the proceeding of il,e court map linl lint tried Vallandigham. on which tbe Court took the ground that even i his arret and conviction were iliegsl there was no authority by which relie' could be had in the mode sought, noi ny law even by which an apeal can b taken from a military commission, to the Supreme Court.' Thu is the judgment of the people o! Ohio, declared on the 2d Tuesday of Oe tober last, sustained by the highest Ju dicial tribunal of th laad. Columbus Correspondence. COLUMBUS, Feb. 25. 1864. Thed sius-ion uji.iu the bouuty bill cen tinues in tlie Senate, but with a grent tii ver.-ity of cpiuiong as t-t tliedi'tnii of'.l" measur. Sir. Williamson today introdi--d a oill to authorize railroad companies toiti orfase their capital stock. A bill was inroduced to incrc-aae t'ti oaineiisstion of members of the IWid Public Works, to one tliou-tund djll ir- ach ; alio a bill to re organise tlte old Board of Miliary Ciaiius, and pay to earb aiember a saUrv of one hundred dulUrt per month. 1 lie bill to create a permanent fund for 'he State B ard of Auristltura was ru-. td. In the House as well as the Senate an tUer batch of petitions was presented lot l oounty law. luo House Dassed the fol lowing bills: To so arn.ind the bounty fund of last vear as to authorize Commissioners t levy a tax in counties wherewith the con urrence ol Cuunty Military Couimittec- oounties were paid or promised bv re cruiting officers. lo so amend the act relative to Joint Stock Insurance Companies as to require Jividends to be made in July and Janu ary. The special order in the House for the afternoon session was the general appro priation hill which was considered in com tmttee oi tiie whole ami will be the sub ject of purlieu lar attention every day un til deposed ot. A second committee of conference sue ceeded in brineing the two hou.-es loan agreement on the pay agents bill at three loilant and fifty cents a day and thesauie is now a law. ly I From Memphis. MEMPHIS. Feb. 26. woundd xl,e FkiriniKh. We killed on c'jwsrdly j retl Caj.t .in, raptured a wounded lebtl j M joi. and one private. On the I-t we moved we?t and found , . T . , , that Forrest, Lee, Cnalmer and Exfdy : were combined against us. They tried to I cut our column in two, but without uo o88- Vcry Lea vy finding occurred both ij" the rear and advance. . The 21 Iowa had a number kilhd kii-1 wounded in a ,,iaol chnr... From 2.000 to 3.000 reb- Smith iw fell buck slowly, our trooI;s 1 lie reoei loss wast quue Hi-mi. ouiuu " e uere n in" 1" fv" steel guns, which were spiked before cap- lured. Ail then ammunition was suved. ubushing the reU lj. t.s t hey aavanced Reports brought in by strnuglers that Gen. 3 nitu'a expedition hid bet-u cut up. prored ialse. iaat ueneral arrived tier tt eleven o'clock last niiiht. From an of d-jers diary kept during the expedition 1 condense the iullow inac pan lculais in ad lit ion to thoiie alien-iy fitruislu-d. On thf ISth the exieliiion reached Okalona on the JIjI i e and Oiiio railroad. 70 inile- -uuih of Corinth, Mid 130 miles south east of 2iemphi. Here we heard thai Sherman had o pturcd ilcrridan and ws advancing east. . Oa '.he 19ih we marched to Egypt St' tion. ou the il. Jt U. rail. old, where we captured and fiestroyed a viat quantity of conlederate corn One column went throuch Aberdeen and the oiher west of the railroad, ccn centraling at Prairie Nation. The A)er deen column unuer Grn. Grier-on, had considerable -kiruii'-iiina ner that lice and detitrovcd over lll'l OUU tihels o! C-jnfederaie corn. At Prairie S'.ition al so a l.-trse lot ot Cmfederaie cot!oti Oa the Qih br. ke c .mo at For ret reported in force at West Point A' n U tlie j,,ivAiice akirmiahed beavilv ; wih tl1 en.-.im a,i at 3 p. in. we halted 1 wi;ull , niile'of Vet l.int. Wel-w. . . T.lcnfsjuont Ltlli-il mill fije m p n el.s on each flank and all their heavy force on our rT constantly charging vuiun - . i , uraur ui uiu nviwiir miu . , mj. . of i a . ,i . r ,v, ri.;i . n.i , i .;... r r.r as they fell Lack Ou the '22 broke cunp at 1 A 31.. after reitina only two hours. Savere fighting in t le ie r aii dy. The rtb-ls bti neavily a the roiids were ! mhushv at e eiy ill-ib'e point. l.ible point. We nrel voiiey nf er vo.Iey into tnem at short ranv'e as they d,Hiicd. but b:ving 1 SJ lnucj .,,-g,t force ti.ey continued . t(, j,ress oljr re..r hravi'v. Th- rebel ro'. j y.i n rjiovin eai:h fiank witn the ex id. nt design of reichinn the T .11 d.a chie in a 1 j var,Ctt 0f 0 ir f:c' , and foiming a jun. j l;OIli to prevent our cro-ing and rupture j the whole command. But bv forced marching. Smi'h parsed both flanking Columns and !nrchi:i ail nijrlit, c;or.ted safely at New Albany. Noon, Feb. 5i3 Rear guard skirmish ing all the way. 21th Skirmishing continued. 25th Marched 52- miles r-rriving st Memphis at IIP. 31. 3Io?t of the expe dition, however, Btoppcd at Colliersville. The following are the estimates of tbe results: The expedition destroyed over a mill ion bushels of corn; tore up and destroy ed miles of truck on the 31. i O. R. R; burned many bridges and trestles; cap captured and brought in over 1,500 mules and horses, about 2.000 negroes; over 300 rebel prisoners, who aie now at Irving prison. It is impossible fo give our los. but it is much les than the enemy's. The ex pedition was successful in every point and in every particular exept the important one ot making a junction wish Sherman which is attributed mainly to the slon movement of the New Jersey and Penn sylvania cavalry regiments, causing a de lay of ore week in starting tlie expedi tion. The retreat was jiot at any time a ront, although there was some straggling. The Pre.vdent's amnesty proclamation and Gen. Grant's order are extensively circulated throughout the country. . : . ....... i.. .. From Grant's Army. CINCINNATI, Feb'y 28. The Gazette's Tunnel 11.11 dispatch of the 2Gth says: Thursday night our troops fell back to Tunnel Hill, which pi ice we bold. There jonnoisanne was emirelv success ful, and developed that the enemy was in force at D dion. Claihone'a division, which had been disputched to reinforce Polk, was recalled, and got hack in time to participate in the tight. This was an important result ac complished. Oir entire loss was 300. The rebels suffered more severely. Tbe Commercial' Iiuntsville, Alahams, dispatch fays: Reliable information shows Lmg'tTett falling back to Atlanta Part of his forre is supposed to have reached there on the 25m. j A large port ion of hi forces are without j shoew and min nearly naked. i Wheeler has been relieved of the com- j mand of the rebel civalry by Bieck in- nde and B'loirner, who are preparing j a raid in'o Kentucky. j j j The Bev. J. C. Fletcher pnve s last j a l.i illiunt lecture on the rehg-! "us cusiom and f-erple of Brazil. S-!- have we relished cnv,bing more ', than the piclure'he laid before his audi-1 ence of that exuberant -gardep of tropics laden with itss elranpe variety of fruits j fl-iwers, teeming wiih perjetual liar- j est for the hand of man. Surely that I country must Ik the garden of the woild, i and if its people had theenteiprisewhicli i mores this "Yankee nation, imagination ' could not Ket a bonnd to the results they ! would produce there. As relevant to ' this comparison tbe Reverend gentleman i -tated that the beM Remedies employed ! .heie for the diea-a to hieh they are i -ubject, are invented pnd applied to by our own well known country-' man, jVr. J. C. Aver of Lowell. Mass.. apd ; that not the people only I'Ut tjie priest hood and the court of I be Emperor down, , constant recourse in sickness to tbe Remedies of this widely celebrated Auer-) Ctoemttt ifitfcer, Betlon. County. The editor of th U'mo Farmer uited ;hi section Ia-sC wek, and ives the readers of his paper th benefit of his l servations as follows: DAIRY BUSINESS. The. sale of cheese and butter has nin. lined the pockets of the dtiry farmer. some ol tue cneese tmvers enaived in June to pay seven and a half cents per ft, for cheese, out of which contracts tiiev made a good speculation. Then in July prices came up to oh'ht cents, Auuu-t eight and a half. September nine cents. October fen and a halt to eleven cents. ind for choice lots eleven and a half. On this r.ige of prices, Mr. Squibb of Mes opotamia, purchased one hundred tons at general averse of nearly ten cents. Capt. James Caldwell of Farmington pur chased over two hundred tons at an aver se of nine and seven-eicbth cents Mr. Beecher of Garrettaville. over one hun- ired and fifty tons, averaging nine and ine fourth cents, mostly on early con- raets. These were all dairv cheese and iid not include anything from the cheese factories in tbofe counties, which lattet sold their manufactures at several cent per lb. higher than the private dairies. in wrren, tue county seat of Trumbull. found that the principal dealers in cheese had purchased an aggregate ot some twelve hundred tons, of the List season's make. CHEESE FACTORIES. The result of last season's experiments with the cheese factories in this region nas conviuc-eu me aairy tarmers thattbi: is the most successful ami economical mode of carry ing on the business ofcheese making. A new factory is to be built in the .Soring at the villus; a of Parkman. bv Mr. Budlong of New York Citv, who last year h:id cLarge of a fnctorv in Chardon This factory is to use the milk of not less than eiwlii hundred cows, which milk Mr Endlong will purchase outright, instead of working up on shares, or at so much per pound lor the cheese, which nre the more common modas of working at the cheeee factories. THE FLAX BUSINESS. At the center of Farmington I turned aside in my journey to investigate a new flix mill recently set in operation on s little water power at that place, by 3Iessrs. Reynolds A Maliby. Tuis part of tht county of Trumbull, and a part of Portage oounty arijacent, has largely increased he production of flax, the township ol Farmington alone having produced some two hundred acres last year. Messrs Reynold & Mali by. tbe managers of this new fl.ix mill have purchased some 25C :ons of flax slr .w. most of which is not stacked up in their yards, but they bavt worked up auQicienl to lest the BUierior ii v of their machinery, and their skill a manu'acturers. I bve no where seen such nieely woiked fibre as shown me o this mill, the itt-culiar exreileiice of which I attribute to tbe Cite inch these sen liemen exercise in working i. m the first place they have tbe test flax-break 1 ever saw, be-in,: aperies of fourteen pairs of fluted iron rollers working in a semi circle as the circumference of two large cog-wheels, by which the rollers are driv. en each cog whefl giving separate mo tion to the alternate pairs of rollers; the lil ire is then passed through a picker, which delivers it almost free cf abive-. aui perfectly free of knots, which is rot the case whea the fibre i pased through a tow devil. With this preliminary hmdline, when the flax comes from the scutcher, it is as handsome as if hand broke, hackled and scutched. Tbe straw is purchased in all conditions mowed pulled, green aud rotted, or tungled and unrolled. The straight flax alter being cl a sd. is put in hanks for spini.I.igint j tii lead, the tangled is cleaned and press ed into b-les oi 225 i. each, ready for shipment, to be spun into rope-yarn, twi.ie, 4c. About a year ago I had occasion to .e ciioe the flax miilot Mr. Camp, at War reu ; I now find ano'her new mil! at that place put up and owned ly Mr. Derr; both these mills ere located at tbe tippet dam. wbere the Atlantic and Great West ern Rtiiroad crosses lh Mahoning River, and are doii g a good business. From Warren south into Mahoning county, is the best flax region in Extern Ouio, and is MO md only to the vt.l ey of thn Great Miau:i in the region of D i) t n. . Besides these fl.'X nulls at Warren and F.irmiligUm. there i one at Newton Falls, in tiie southwest coriiTOf Trumbull, an-' I leru that Mr. Jus. G. Calendar formal in the stone-pump business at the Fulls, has started a new fl x mill in the border of Mahoning county, adjacent. PRODUCTION OF FLAX SEED. A gentleman connected with the De partment of Agriculture at Washington, says that the returns of the estimates to that Department indicate an increase ot flax product in Ohio double or treble that of 1802, and asks if this can be true. I have been investigating this subject du ring the last two weeks and come to the couclu-i a that the average of flax in Ohio tor 1S63, over the preceeding year, was about fifty per cent, more, but from the partial failure of tbe seed crop, the yield of seed in 1853, taking the State thrcugh was but a trifle if any larger than the yield of 1802, or other preceeding years. This conclusion is further confirmed by the fact that I found flaxseed selling at the oil mill in Warren at $2,25 per bushel. t which price, or at a range from $2, to 52.25. forty thousand bushels have been purchased at that mill the past season. I was glad to see that the farmers ol Trumbull begin to learn the value of oil cake for feeding stock, as they have pur chased to the extent of five hundred tons of oil cake at tbe mill in Warren, at a cost o. &w0 per ton. STONE WARE PUMPS. At Warren I found that Messrs. Love less & Haymaker, who advertised their stone pump business in the Ohio farmer lust year, have greatly increased their machinery and doubled the number ol their kilns, by building and purchase of another neighboring factory, so that the) are doing a much larger business, and arc chipping tbeir wares all the way to Rhode Idjnd on one side and Lalitomia on tie other. S. D. II. The Close of the Fair's First The Close of the Fair's First Week. nvei rd-i instructive, it will be worse tuan a blunder to auv one who faiU to eui'-race ihe present opportunity to in- duUe in si-jht -efiiij atid to level in the curious and beauliiul. We git e the d;v tail of this show through our regular R--for porter, and only intend by this note to impress Uon those who, as yet, bave not been awakened to tbe inirner.sjty and beauty of this Fair, the fact that, proba evenin. bly, this generation will not see its like again, as if is fondly to be hoped the oc doin cision for holding such a Fair may Lever agin occur. Every plan fhouid bring in his family that they may see how thick the m iteri and als lie aiound them on the hills, in the vailies, in shape of mosses, ferns, grasses, and even corn husks from which to weave beautiful creations that charm the eye and elevate and instruct the taste. Let the women and the girls examine, i.dmiie and copy the exquieite needle work that o easily can 1 mode to adoru evtry tal.lei, chair, stool and mantle in the h' use. Let the beys and girls revel 'in the exquisite play bouses and ruin them iatuie villas that can be Blade of ;he!l?, o hits of bark, pf leaves and even of red apd white kciliels of cprn. Let tbe old and young. the staid and the enthqi have Rbtic. htudy over, wepder at, and delight ip, the beauties that charm tho behold ioaa er at Floral Hall. Laxgoago is harrsa It it not tbe language of panecyrir when s pronounee the great Saniiaiy Fair, now in progress in our city, superi or to anything ot tbe kind ever attempt ed at the West we bel.eve we might say Eist or West. We as-ure tbe people; tJ tbe surrounding country that they never before have had brought within reach so mucu that is interesting, entertaining. for ex predion in p-iiu j:i!j li. eticliiri' ment Ol' this 11:1;: its l eant, ill o:v:i;i :i cannot be decr:l el ; thi eri'ii-ss vmielv of its scenes canii.t l-e etuiine! a:-'l. wtiii the whr.le thinj; i in ciniipl"t iies. in i'.t perfection of grind t-lK'ct, deii-'s pen or pencil. A vii-it. t- fsioh i uot i ne b rit 'eson of more vniue t n-:s can h. ev. ani ted. The Art Uf!llerv iscion led vr!'!; t.iini- ings that havrt i-ngaL'eil ili- ienc'N of th- ' beKt artists in the I i:.f. in t rtv.i to mend a day in. On- r rn; n"ii; , iri I .veallhv tnen have Kvir'ulv xiiiiil their nionov in tirocurin the--e i-i.-imei aid now everybody hn the iiriviiei o: gazing iiicn them. The JIiirou:n, tio. tempts by itsetmles. uriosities. and whilrt thwev" tires in the labor of admiration and the mind h wonder, the wits are mi a os to imngine here such relics have been stored and preserved. But we will not add a w rd more, onlv to say that Northern Ohio for it i Nortbern Ohio, not Cleveland has neve! t-efore placed such a tri-at' before t!ie evu of her people, and foo!ii-h is thatone rho can and yet will not seize the timn lo lin ger over the display. ClevcUnd II a aid. i ' i i i ! 1 I From Florida. NEW YORK, Feb'y 27. The Times s.iys the stini-hip Fu'ton from Port Rival, Wrdne.l:tv Ja-t . nn-i ved here at a late hour 1 .st night-, l.ripg ing information of a ;d reveire to oui expedition under Gecer:.l Scj mour in Florida. We are unable to pivo details, Wcur after the Fultou had jut into the B.i abe wrs bom di d by a Provost 3I.irsb:i nd Q ri termmter, with orders uv ii. (Jeneral Gilmore to deprive the p isscr, ieH of papers in their iiOses-irn. To a pa-sengiT Lv tiie Fulton we un indebted for the following us.iin facts t the battle: On the afternoon of tlie 2 11 otir troop. unuer Ueneriit 5ej mour. met Hie enemy. 15 000 strop l'. fil'let-n iuib-3 from J n k-cii-vilie. O.ir line iMis't'je J.icli.-on.illa auu TtllahaAsa Riilrond. The battle was ilesperate'v fought. lad ing three hours, and at sunset our force, overjiowered by inimbrs, retired to Sun lerson, taking with them tbe greater part of their wounded. The 7th Connectiiul. 7th New niini -hire, 40th Massachusetts, 4ih and 50; h New York, aud the 8:h United S:,ite regiments, were enifced. Col. Frit ley, 8ih United States, was left dead on the field. Col. Reed, n Hungarian cCcer, was mortally wounded. All the cfScers of rrniiilion' B-ittrrj jvere wounded. Ci.taHi II imiiion. wounded in the arm, an i Lieut. Myrick, wounded in the foot, are at General Gil more s be.idqunrfera at Hilton Head. Colonel Ouv Henry, of the 4 . 11 .. obuietts, h.tii thrpe hordes tLr-i undr ii;m, but escaped unhurt. The Cosmopnliian'Kirived at E-?" ufi-rt On Mmdav eveniii!? wilh 240 ot t mounded, Coh ii'l Ueed miii them, who wss living when the Fulicu lift on Wednesday. The enemy's lo-a is unknown. Ther captured fire guns. It is supposed that the troops were Bragg' amir. General Hardee himself was on the neld. having come to Florida on a visit to i,;. iv..,;i ..i t . to uio ' " i . , ,,v x i 'j t . t iuiiii narvuuu j l. . . i riaire. Our loss is variously etiutated at fr.--m 500 to 1.30. Sventy-eiiiht robol priioners tvero bron e tit ly tlie Fulton. AVe titnierEtHinl that the purfpr of tlie Fulton iifw a lit of tlie fc i'.icii ai,ii wcur.tl nl, wliirli lie will aho'.v, hut not allow it to be copit-d. The express sst: Fro.-n an nffir-er who trrivvd in the Fulton, vre (Jcnve some further particulars ol tue- di.-t?r to our ibrce near L ike City: Gner.i!;vyminir aho cotnmamle'l the expodinon had rwen placed underarrest hv oriler of G-n. Hsiilniore. Ilia eiicowmr i (ipnprsl Vodgfs who Ifft Hilton Head Tn'Siay last with remforex-itiPiii tor Jt-ktiiuvi!i. (.-onsisiitiir t.l an cmiie divi.-u n. Our iiilnrniHUt fi-ys it was the opumn of otiicer w ho took i rt in the expedi '.ion that our total i i- in ki:W i. vniini "ti. and mibMns, are Wim'sii I.-'jU tm.i 1.500. Uenerrd Sej mour i s,,rfly rciur- U in not throwing out rciiiti ami skirmn is as our t root is .nifni. As il -, ur trorips erero led into a lr.-iji. II iiii.!-j nil's itriillf-ry ll tu v:in and u:t'-i -d i -Terelv. The r tt 1 sharp.-hosiers irk ed off their lior.-Ca, i.ni lim L'uua hud to he abuiiihiiipd. The4'.hh iltin;lni-,ei ts miunted in fantry have also snlVored severIr. In the retreat many of our woun h'd were left behind wit inn the enemy's lines. Our troops were ryht in Irmit of the Confederate batteries in a piece of wood.-, tnd wlien they opnud a gailini! fireoui men were driven hack panic stijckeu in disorder. The rebel force is not known, but it ie suppose ! to have been larire. One of the prisoners captured stated that troops had recently been sent down from Charleston, and that Gen. Brtau re gard was in command. i ; From Knoxville. KNOXVILLE, Feb'y 26. At the last accounts Longstreet was -till retreating, his headquarters beinj! at Greenville on Wednesday ni-;ht. Our cavalry came anon their rear guard in the vicinity of Bean's Station, yesterday. A slight skirmish ensued, and tbe rebel. gave way. Gen. SooSeld is pursuing with hi- troops, but owing to the ra-pid retreat of tlie en emy, no enpaemenl isexpected ihiiside of the Virginia line. The railroad Bridge at Striwberry plain's, ami tho tri':k a injured beyond tbe po-sitiiity of present use. Five odicer and a number of men de serted when Lontjslieet frl! buck, and have taken tho amnesty oath. The officer gla'e tint he is recreating to Richmond wi-!i his original troops, 'eavin Johnston and Backnerto protect ;ii9 Virginia border. New TorK Prodnco Pries CuTem br lol9 tkvjf ai-rtre mm tht eiurji-v. Jleporlrrt rrnreWji fur rsTi:x Kcsexvi CiunMCLK, vy iitr: V - ei. Ml. in re A (.u.. Wric !y '''minis shm Aiercknnti, l u!tf.n .v., eu ) Yr. We quute for the wees endiuK il rca 1. as iuimws ECTIEK 1st our! X Y rotate f.rk s 3t 'A 3.1 lb W ui Lra e " " " Tubs Ohio Jr W, l, "tate-.. 2i riid cnixsE-u-t 2nd .J 19 17 la n 21.tJ esloru... . . r N Y Mato dailies Id Western lieeetvc 14 Stat.: 1 1 extern . Id rOBK-Xesr Mess -Ji.i.1 biw Old and new prime BKEF l'lain mess Exua inea CCTMtAia-.hiui Me, .iryta llauis, -BACOX- ..;.'.-- o; ' l.,Bd l-.lnJ ' U,.'l '.O.Ml ' il Mil l'I'il LARl llarreis al.d tnii.a icVi l-.'a: heiesand tubs... it TALLOW l.; i f " FLOCK Kxtra western T.C'i H''J bh Citu to gol and .-tnle.. 6..- ".--) WIIEAT Wesu ru Wii.n r 1-in-... l.eo W'enlein Ilnl " A'libtr... i ii' Milwaukee pi iia; .... 1 0 Chicago frliiilie .. l..J CORX Wetern uiiil, ..iui.il l..v " " tiiiMiutid 1, 0 Tcllowand ahite wc.-tcrii. 1.". l.C ' 1.1 al i.i 1 !.;- l.ij l:.3 i. 1 i!., i.ti! :8 IS is.. 2 OATS Stine ard Ween-rn !U Rl h Aortheru and V estern J o BAKLEk- 1.3 Malt l.id BOPS 1st sort- io Vud li BEAXS 1st qnai lueuimus, Ui .. ..I .. I .. Uiurruv,s. PEAS Marrowfat? Canada i:5 l. d . 1 ') :b S..-.0 3 1. SEED5 lover ft 1 liuotuy ... 3.-1 bn! lax Li EGGS W c-ncra p'k'd in ais uy ex IS State '.j BEESWAX Vellow i.. a- to i Ukl) AJ'fl.La l'tonal S;we u '.I; PLI MS- " i , " ciiKiiKira r - r.i 9 " M " 1 " S2 ill 85 Si " t) - ASUE.i Vearli FEATTIEI'.ii Live ce....." I1ISKEV-... W OOL C boire Saxmy fleece... juli blood Merino ci ) eo bJ 7s 7a X native. 7t " 19 " ! I I I j i j : i : I WARREN PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY FREER & SMITH, GROCERS. PRICES PAID. RETAIL PRICES. Wh!:-TVhe.it 1 O l-nNalt 2 !D kn Hr.l h. -t 1 4"l "NO .-'.rr IS B rn W ilie r. O ai.iiil U:im..--moKi-il.- " .Isiaaa ."fttesr UH", frt " Te 1.-! T5 " liH C srbon il W nt 8 " Lin-irf.l nil 1 40 " l'j Kei w ii't I lour-7 d' bS U " 'Uh'tour..S " ";:n"-':' .';" i.,r!i - ' .i ol js 8 ' r! Pvmii M) " bi:n Ftb 8 Cil Ki.h " r .!!. A lriL-J aitl- i Kru H i.e.-r irr 7 0 ri.r.oilir e-rt t ;f, lJ.-i Suit Pork 14 " bll Ma-Kerrl 10 " ' S'rrir. Cnli. " ' TiIIkt " ! " Ri.i C ff 4" 2 Jara CuQce 46 "" Vx eil J2 ".'5 I ri-y ptc bblow W MARRIAGES. la Warren, ou the lit t.filrch. by Mayor Wfbh, Mr. F. LE2. aad M:u .MART CARLTON, boti cf Xilea. In Warren, Trb Zlh, at the residence of Mr. S. V. Runp.br . A. Jobiwoo. Mr. JACOB SMITH oi "irAtbcr.CjlJ ud ilisi SARAH JAJCE LAW-Rr-XCE of Lordstown. MARRIAGES. DEATHS. la Johnston. January 25. 1831. LIZZIE M a-lopt-d danghtsd of Daniel 0. an t Fliiitbsth Horton, s;3 10 fear. 11 rooDtbi sad 11 d7. TCh?nrl notth e!l of rhsbnatman, "nr the snunil of ihedrippingoar. Aii'l Mui'.t not s a-liopeo of lbs ancela Tarn vtro srmitiuc on yondpr shore. C-.it suit that our rtarUnt" was fail'nj. And k-s sili mlr thniwiit eash day. Tbo our hme wnn'd be oh, to loDiy, It Liuio were taken away. S!i is oce herynnnj wian irofoI I&J I- r a sweet, thr nib dreATntes rsat. tid theFisI lies henTily. ciililly, On ib-i cu&q orr her breast. B'it weknnw tJishrnin tat she murmured H'hiis i K-inr bcr Tioloi r s.. W .5 n-- us' bv (he h n uf the anffds A 1 1 fi,u.h-l m P.raliio. t Tt i-ori'.la St i'ion. on th nvirning of tbe Sth of Fi'brusry. JESSIE LILI.IAX, iufAiitdauicbter of T.iban V.. and Cbarlutts il. fJoskin," ajoJ eiglit years. Ia Tt iitt. Feb. ?2 1, TXOEI . infaat dauhtr of Bonry aad Mary Eongaad, ated fiur months St.-3 "ATRgl Uat i i-'J.M 'I U .m ' S1W lU' j Xcw Advertisements OF LETTERS T)E.IAINIXG in tbe Tost Office at Warreo. March 2. 1S44. Allen Bulahoun Mire Kitk Mary Ana l.u-mke Paul l.jrku s Patrick L ks John P Mattby Warrei McLuin J !c' !ery Janret 3 Mo'iuire Tuornas Mat's Mavitie iiil.itire Patrick t-b:uh Will Oswalt Jusse Orn.e It Pkrker Klii ibeti Poo ilxrzi-S di'tler U it-iatn Mewrtt'C fimiii 1 1 Mi-s Pofer Jlnry A hhelly Jacnb Valt-uiiue lianiel Ucd-iiotoce raol CauipheM a iln L'.-ok John t'ris. smucl Curt ip J-hu ".!.. k lil.ie Coo !." n A ' iark Kxperienco K Us .d.T:nd t i-iiTUS'ii liercard . nik Mia iin ir ijiibcrt Mnry II iuicI J- se tl iivy B rtha I n. Ur J:imea !l vs '.i s lbutuas A lU.I L'llF Jj-oc? J-nncs X Kaiuc Ctiarks - IYri-',a calling for the above Letters, please say eiir-rri.eol, rivinir the m;rt and numher of Adver tisemeuu tl&oe hours lroui T A .M tu i P M. Cil. PA'l'Cli. P. II. s em r r piPit r?- ncin o : t-u r.iii.u . The subscriber wiil sell at nubile ani-tinn. on i-uiuru:iy liie 19th d.-iy of Iarch, i8oa. on theprem isi s. the homestead farm uf tbe late Kveline r- Fnit. c-- taitiiuc sixteen acresni land, more or less. Situate in tho north put of Earlsrillu. Tbe terms ot si will be oiie-tmrd part of the pnrohase min eyat tho timeof sale and tbe baiauce in two an nual payments, and ibwr-urckata m .ni-y to be se cured on -he iacd. IV il. I1AR5H. Aseut lot Jacob W.. Thomas C, and Kobcrt L. Carson. March2 2we OHIO HAEVESTEE ! SIASrFACTURED BY English, Helmick & Dixon ! .cw Piilladelphla, OMo. Farmers of Trumbull County The above eat represents the Ohio Mower Jun ior, whuh is a small, light, two-horse mower, weighing 530 rounds, has 3 inch sei tioas. quirk uio:in, very light araft, no side draft, no weigbr -n toe horses' net-ks.euts a swath 4 leet wide.ts very simple ia its construction, not likely to sret out of nplvr. sod is warranted to give saiuucUoa or no sa'e. It was awarded the first premium ever the Buck eye Juuinr at our count fair hut fall, and has no euj e.inr anywhere. Thusc of y u who intend to purchase a Mower this year, wiil do we'l to call ai d examine these wfre pur hiMiiT any other kind, and tbe sooner you buy the bett-r. fur I can only obtain a limited nnnibi-r.and those who put off purchasing until they ai ready lo use it. will be very likely not to get auy of any kiud, as it will be impossible to supply tbe demand. ALAlU D. WEBB, A rent for Trumbull County. Warren. 0-. Varchi litil. WALL PAPER! 5.000 BOLTS OF NEW WALL PAPER ! just deceived from Sew Tork, with borders to iiintch. We are expeeiioe another Iaire l. t soon. lun 't forget to call and select your wall paper from tie iaiiicU auuitueut ever brought to tb-.s place. W.N. A W.F.PuKTER. March 5 2w WHEELER & W ILSON'S O -aaa SOWING HvIaCHINE WARDEP thi' Loik!oi and f Paris, and at cvny United States Fair where il ua bcvu represectid. NEW IMPROVEMENTS! hire recently ben aducd rhich ren-lcr It the most rab t machine ever i-nsei ied lo u.e puolie. .None is s simple in O'Jiintrui-tion. ot,e so easily un lerstntu ai.d f'peraied. iune is e beauiil'ul a it a cu, and this is way they are a iupuuu- and i ue iil- t-i laige. Nomaiier Imw cany icacliiaes of oth?r uakes th i.ave. I ir u. -Sin the ta il 'lui' kiiii.s f F .mily -cwii.i. aud lheoi:ly c.i tuai r. antj on baatms or preparanon of tue ill1" Machines Warraaiod 3 Tears I S. A. COBU15, Ajcnt ror Trumbull Counties, at Andrew & Wcwaa" iin . Marcb Z, Zai iISSOLTJTIOX. a H Copartr.rsliip between th nndcrirn u-.ar H .aor tne-tvttjoi Cue. vnisca A Byera, having x i ired Ly liuiitatiou.was dinaoived by mutual con- ac,... ou tue ntu oay t,f r ebruary. A!t porsaua kuowiue thouuiilvea indebted to the late arm "re requested t-i wake payment t4 Caje at tsvrrs. annee bavin eiaiuis aa-ainst i; a UU Brut wi:i present lav-ut iur pujuieiit tu a, rw . .a-o A A, 1.. livers, (under the i-y.a ol Cs Rver. Hr.u.i. P-ela. I. W. c.-K. A.J. VAX.SF.S3. A.L-mtRS; llarch 2. Sw COPARTNERSHIP. Xotice is hereby riven that th sndsirlycel have formed a eniiartnerahip under tee style ot Casef Uyers, and w ill carry os'Qe mercantile but-! mc-sat the mJ stauU ot case. VannesaA Byars, The underslned tender their thauk fur tii lib era! patronaice beretolure bealoed udou then and solicit iiioouiinuane. T. V. CA-S, saarshiessr A.L,BliitJ. A?5J'U?eir'i--?iLf&'f-. . . ; I&v s ' s5 S3 1 a 07.7 i j I i i ! ' In fact everytbinc kept i 'ail of which weollir to the Trade, XTTvTXTXJX) 8TATES IIJTERNAL REVENUE. AXXI AL TAXES ro I. Tbe atrenti-in of t-i.ayer l hereby eallM to tbe firov Uicns of tbe Untied t'tatea Excise La rei aiiTe to toe aseuiet'l of annual taxes By the ;xih aevtian nf Ilia act of Jely 1. lV'i. It r oiaiii the duty of all peraon?. partnerahips. nrina. asMiciatioT.s, eurporaiiins made lia-bla toaby aanu 'I duty, licern'.or in, (in os sirosi TBI riesT .toKB4T or iar p (acn tsik. io make a list or return to the AUt&iii Asr of ihe Iiaixt where Incatrd of ibeamoanlof annaal income, the article or onjiM's oharaed with a sticial tax, and ihe businesa or oceupalion liable 10 pay auy li- Crn-e. . j i.vry peron who f nail rail to make sueh return by the dy pecifiel will be liable to be aseedsby the A-?-asor ae-ordins te- Ihe beet iulormati -a wLioh he can iiitaiv: and to snch rae tbe Aaieaaor i requited to ad 1 bfiy pereeiituia tu the auiouut of tbe iti-u.e or uch liar. Ever? pvrs.in whti?hallde!irertoan Aweseor any falae or frauiiulont hat or statement, with intent to evade the valuation or enumeration reqniied bv law. i subject to a fine nf fire hundred dollars: and in such ce the uat will be made out by loe Awee aor. and from tbe valuation and enumeration so mide tQe'eean he no appeal. raytueitt ef the annual taxee, except tboe fr licensee, will mt be deaiaadot nn'il tbe tbirtietii day ' f J use. The appropriate Manas on which to make return ir.t ail nece-ear it:lonntion. will be furniuned bv Hiram T. Jlnfn. .Air:ant Aki lor the 10tb Diri-ion. and to Lri Mi-rwin. in tae lltn Divis ion, to Jaeoh li. Baluwinin, ihe lta Diviriou, to .Smith Scnviile, in the lita l'lvuuon, to Harvey Stt-phenson. in tbe l'th Inrision. and to Auatin 1, Kibhea. in the 15th Division, to whom in their res. tutiva Tiiviainna. the returna should be deliveret nn or bef ire the first .Mimday of Mav to Hirem T. Mason, at bis nQloe in Niies. to Cn N. ilirwln. at his lSi-e in Xi-wton Falii. to Jacob II. Baldwin. at MnotSce In Warren, to r-'mith Scovill at his office in Vienna, to II irvey Stpbenaoa at bis office in ttatavu. aad to AuiUn I). KihSeaat his office is Faxmrna-tua. iJOKACK V. BEFBE. C. 3. Aer liltb Distriot of Oiuo. RaTenna, Tub. 25. lsil. 3w JEGAL NOTICE. sarab Croricr. Executrix of James Orotler. dee'd") vj y Thcaas II. Cmiier ani others. ) In Probate Court nf Trnmbuil Coun'y, Ohio. Petition ui sell land. Clare Jchnson. J'lhn John'on and Hs Johnson, nonresidents are bereby notified that Parah Crosier, Executrix of tbeeti'teof James Orotier. deceased, on the 2.1 day of February. A. D. 1S61. filed hr peti ion in ihe Prnb-Jte Cut with:n and fir trie t'oi:ny of Trumbull and tste of Ohio, altevinv that tne pcr-iiin-il er.tt- of sriid de.ident is inanffi cient to Day his debts and tbe obarirea of Adminii1- t-rinrtiie estite: that be died seized in fe simple 'f the f i!owiur described reft' et;ite, situated in said I'ouiity and State, ami io the township ef iloe ca. beim known as the west pirt of lot number t. K irtland tract, and bo..nded on the north west and south by the lot lines of raid lot. aud on the eas hyalineirawn parallel wiih the west line, and sh.i II eoiitHiu fifty acre of laiid. The prayer of sniil petition is for an order an tborizitir 'aid Executrix to sell said premise far tbe paymei't of said debts and eharre. Sai 1 p titi'm will be fur hearine on the 1st day of April, a.jj. ii, ai one o CH'CK. V . cAKAIl CRoZIER, Executrix of James Crosier, deceased; , .by her Att "y, A. W.Junes. March 2 ISSUw L EUAL NOTICE. Kliia A. TTllHama vs. V Worthy Villiams ) Ia TnuabBlI Com Fleas. tVorthy Villiams will take notice that the said Eliia A. Williams on the 17ih day of February. A. 1. Ibol. t,-d her peti!iia in the Court of Commoo Pleaiot Tru v.l-uil County. ihio. a?kinf for Iiivcrce on the groundi of the wiliul ah ence of the said Ue'eud ipLfrum the petitioner for more than thret: years larl. pant, f-T tbe coalody nf tbe cbiid of tue puril'S. ard Inr Anmuny. I to sue will be for t.p irios; at any term of said Court, after aix week; I asi.ouon ol this nuUce. TAILOR 4 J0XF3. Feb.21.lS5l.-flw AttysforP.tr. iirxBTsnArrr.it, Lnrt?rtaRr. iles. Ohio. Com-s. all s ees, en band, or made to order, promptly. Funerals at Temiei. arrt tl-ar-e tarnished, when desired. Feb. 24. lS61-6m Warren M'Lain! Ek-p constantly oa ban j Best Buffalo Slaughter Sole Leather! Best Beanos Ajret, Rst Crrlncco, " " CALFSKINS! By the Single one or by the Doz. FRENCH CALF ! ! We keep the genuine article, which we offer at the LOWEST MAHKET RATES. Upper Leather ! By the aide or quantity. A TIP TOP ARTICLE 27IIri5L XalTtJ-XSiTCSt- I MARROON'S RUSSETS AND BRONZE ! LASTS, PEGS, AND KNIVES! n a norsEii at the lowest G-OJSTX PRICES ! E-t ec:.i! All-ntinn iscsiled to our tuberb CAlf iKl-VS. bist in the market, W aireu. s vb. H. lsoa. I?XErUTOR'5 SA 1. K. J Peo nal property belontrins to the Estate ol Aao nil. Clark, late nf Vernon, deceased, eonsist n K ot aeertihcateof f.tr shares (aXI.Ctil ol the Cap ital --luck of tbe Atlantic A Orvat Western Kail Kond Company, will be told at Vendue al the office of Tavl'ir Jones, in W arren, Ohio, oa tne 1-li day of March. A. D. 18it, at 5 o'clock P. M. ALIiEHT VEOMAXS. Fieeutor of Aaroa M. Clark. Warren, Feb. 2 3w, FllTJIT ASH 0aSAME3TAL TREES, VINES, SHRUBS, ROSES AND PIwAaVTS THE Subscriber would annoance to the eitiseos of Warren and the snrroudins country that he will furnish from the Monroe County Xursey. acboice selection of i'ruil Trees, Grape Viuss. Eversreeo Trees, Uecidous Trees. Fluweruig ciirubs aud UosesUur this bprioc plaut ius: Apple Trees. Standard and Dwart . ... Standard Pear frees, ' llwart Pear Trt.es. btandard Cherry Trees. Dwart Cherry Trees. Plum. Apricot. &eotariie. Clinton Grape, Concord tiraf e, De aaare wraps, KvOeccaurape. Diana tirapw, Jiaitiuij Prolite Grapev L'uion Village Grape. Logan lirape. Saarberry Plante. All the varieties of Ercrjreeu Trees. Deci lous Trees, i lowcnm ahrnbs. inelr line tbe riu(e tree, V eicvlia Auiablis, Wei-'ciia Kueea, Japan Qaiue, Spiueaa dij. colors VYiatinU. a Chi nese climb in plan: Hybrid Per pet 4U suriaoea. IJrbrid China Rote. Cuubioc jtue petnal Bourbon Soses, aloe Kiite " A treat variety of Lulbous Floweriat Boot. Pianos lijr prolevliou aud screen, ail f which wSll b4 luruishe-t eheau aud in (aod uoudiiioii, aud lux my reiiaoiliiy would reler lo J. C. .-Pi.-VbtK. tu.. banker. Erie. Pa.. ' JAilESlLU Ksq. At tv. brie. Pa-. .riOUL'Ia iiLCkv t't iXii dc CO Rochester, aw York : Orders mny bs left with M. L. POWER, ia thU place, wuohasadevcriptive catalogue. Ine sub , suriber wll visit DS tnauy in tae country aa posajr ' iaie.s.iiicuirjuida.-a. JiASslvS kLAIU.V. ; Feb. li. i?r E STATE of PORTER BAES Taenndersisned baa beer Vi,i 1 1 anil oitiuedat Ajiuiai3trat:ij u e;aie of porter iirui-. laie ui iruuittull v-my. Ouio, doo-ased tbiT,l9vlS kiulik A. BAKXfca. A D.UIM.STILATORS NOTICE. J:!. Xo ice is bei.hy lives thai the subscriber ueen aiii'Oiiiied qua'ined aa Aduiimau-aWi on tuc eiii.tie ul ileiiry fbii.nia.late ol Fuwior. Train'rUil Cnunty, Ohio, decxaaed. Vieaua.inb 17.lv; if UEOKGE AMY. : "IT A LUA BLB FA Iiil FOi; SALE . - j. , farm u situatttj ab-y- two mUe, tuulh , i 'va5ttii o jioaiand. in j Irumhull county, on th, ,Cod in, tromW i i w ouif,lwn,B,J Bl.,ng, Xa'm utin , I Juhn Auder.4, tii ceased, an t cnutaiua two buu j creit (LVU acrea uf iscd.ul which about seveu'y-bve da; acres i tuabtred laud all under fence. ! 4 GJOD 10TTACE liVCLLUB 1I3CSS 0"d Barn, and several ont buildings; also, a rood urcbard. Will be Sold at rrisaie aaie. iuruarlic- orcu'd- " '" enquire ' a'v'?',,'",'V reb li. lxti-. ul the uadersigued livm in tuc oi saad tuwLabiii of Bowl iud. i joun KAii-irr. AilPiNU iJONE EOUUKA1D- ti on short notice, at MRS. KING'S. ON NETS and HAT ELOCKS. r or Sale at MR3.KIX3'3 T) ON NET FRAMES at Wholesale orretaUit M23. KIXS'S. GREAT Yariety of Trimming osa to bs fcand at of Pensions & Bonntj! SOLDIERS' CLAIM AGENCY.! . I JVM AUTHORIZED PY TIIE OOVntXMESTw procure Ba-k Pay.Boaaky , and Pem-iotis fur ait persons entitled thereto, and have opened as office ou Main Street, in my Brio Block, up stair, wbere I will attend lo all bosiness thai kind that may be eu trusted to me. with promptness and adelity. Charti.s thaa lfs " lees, lo oe paia wnea uie uu ,r T .: T, . ni.eoi:aful. Ali.ttli.1 V n r.DD. Warren, Otebiu. T J oat ice of tne Peace. " NOTICE I V .':.. HAVE Transferred ail my Pension and Bontity Claim baines to Almea D. I ebb. E".. who ia fully authorized to ai onsets'? all nniuiehed hnsiness to completion. All my els- ents in the claim basioees will find ererythinf per tain lne to their eases at Mr. v eob f. er whom tney will pleas make the usceasary inquiries heresiteCM either persoually or by letter. I take great pleasure in recommending Mr.Weoe -to all havinc kusieeae of Ibis ku4 lode, as a enaa peteM and reliable A sent. i. F. Af Pfcft. AT ANDREWS & WEEKS, H9. 13. MARKET 8TEEET.WABILF3 PLAI!f AXD PItJL'KEO BLACK SILKS. FAXCT SILKS. RICH TARTAS PLAXDd, PLAINT AND FIGCRED ALPACCA3, -r---'i EMMA PLAIDS AM) PLAID P0PU3S' Wa are now reeei vine large adjiuoua to oax sWoA wnicn win mut u uivituig tor uie feoiuitsci ASTIT.TiTllTSTS WAJfTED r. ' TOR THE " . ' 25th O. BATTERY mm wmmi $OAA (t CsOTERNMEX OvU.Vll BOUNTY te Bear rwaraitav 00 to Veterans having served Bve months. Al so, tbe lanr-st Local Bounties in tbe btate will -' secured tu all r derails aulutiog i the abeve. C saw PTte above liberal bounties will be paid tutU th,, 1st of March. Person w ishine te en lit In tb te asost attraetive and favored branch of tbe service ean do to by aa pi) ins- to the undersigned, over Hoyt's sttre, aUw -er block. Warren. O. - Persons wwbinc to obtain reeruits to 111 the qso ras of certain localities wiil do well to confer widk the undrsi(Bed at the a hove men tind plaoe. JULIUS HADLEY. CaDt.. Fcbl73w 20th O.Bk.TsaV VasaV I?iESS FOR SUB IT Bl!J31fI2LD. iDIX ; CKF.EK aad CREEV. The subscribers offer for sale ia Bloetnlald. en r arm oi o. ona our ana ana two oi iui i In Green, one of 160 acres. In Rock ureek. one of S and em of SO s 1 te above are all choice, well selected and well altnaled lands, and all under improvement. Teraas caay. For further particulars inquire of C. M.Let- , timer, with PsrVa i Wents, Warren, or ot I. W. ' Creasser, North Sloomleld. - -- Feb 17. 1861 if SFXIXCEIilAaX OBEELIN, OHO. O. 33 - OAT .-XT -T-TVT- Prinolpal Commercial Departaaat. ' W. A. & L. E. DR A KT? Principal Chirocraphw Department. , n 4 LL desiring to prepay tor bosi al neas. may be assured that th best belli lis are offered al this Institute al about forty set ssnl ' less than at similar Coliecea. elsewhere. Tbeeoursw of study include Book-Eeepin:. t? sinrle aud double entry. Cemmereial Law, ta ait of Telecraphin-. eu. etc In the Chirographic Department, tfcoronrt In strnctionts riven in SPENCKRI AN. VRACHCAlr and ORSAMEVTALt-kSMANiHIP. 7Z? On reeeipt ot One Dollar, will be eon te saw aaU drea a full sett of copies with explanations, prw sentinc a complete analysis of each lette of thai Alphabet, imparling a sumcient kuowledre of tbe system, to inaure tuud snccesa in teaching u. Send for Catalogae ;an4 Clrcalar JalrS 1463. ... . - - - v.. w goods : WARREN BAZAAR STORE A VERY LA.RGE STOCK OF CX. GOODS arrivinr every day front 2fw TerS, Caii and see tbe fine aasortmetii of - SCHOOL B00K3. MISCKLLAXEOCS BOOKS, BLalXK BOOKS. STATI05-SRT. 11 WRITISG PAPERS AND ENVELOPES. - "..;'..' GERMAN k AMERICAS TOT". CHINA GOODS, BOHEMIA WARS. CANES. DRUMS, POCKET BO0K3. PIPfc'S. ENGRAVINGS. PHOTOGRAPHIC AL BUMS AND CARD PICTCRES. GILT ,MEd ic-, at . . . W. K. A W. W.PCBISa - Oct 1 Farm and BuUding Lots I at Leavittsbnrg For Salle. . Tbe unbucriber wiH sell namber ot . buildinr lots on the west side of th remd ro- mur soutn tromtae rutiiruau wyv These lots are tbe most convenient to tnedeaa aade have the best water and drain are oiacy in market. Also a lot ou the south side ul u road, a short di tanee above the residence of Mrs. A. Pe.at, cen uininr about eleven acres, -with a sne sandy knows lor a buiidim spot. Aian. trout ninety to a Bunoa-e. acres on tbe westao auuln part of his tarns, wit, a fine buildinr speit opposite Mrs. Petut. suty divided into tillage, meadow, pasture and land, or h w.U aU th whole HygjaBaT WiHetwdal. Dee. 23, 1863 tf , " ATTENTION BE New PhctoapRoonsi, , (Oner CC 4 Cswwr') 9eewJ ; - Val r .- WSi (S ao4 . I fisita taken rtoat. J pnoTOGHAiui-? Latest Style Cartoa d. V st c. c. t xt von BLAC21 BUUTUEUS vsonccx a.vd rsoTisiov CoMHisiioix Merchants. lit Sorts Water- S treat, PbUatdelpkiaV Tf. B. Particular auemiou paid to the sal Western . eeerve Butler smd Cneese. ' Rejr to Georcw Isyler, k,q Cashier, WarTwl. " Measra. aicComoa at Maiiaav - ' " " Mr. . A. cmuiii, ilrua-at. ' " JangT-6u .- CCOitLilUNS. ViOLlNS JtGUI- TARS. All the near Sons for the MelodldSaV tTaMto. aaaie liwaaW Islee Bo-aaa. C, 0. a i aUlAjto'MCdXCSZOaX ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL lko Used in Tiuoiball Coirv on pajji " ' at - Data' BUasav TORK. Ladijf:!; writing DESKS, Ma. rRoee Wood. Mahocanv, or3lc Wakwssy CSIU POUT FOLIOS, For ins sheet music in rood order t ' ADAMa' BtXtvr PALL ANU WIHT' , MILLINB'bY!1 ix - T7ir can b .und a large If welUelectM ef MILLINKRl GOODS 1 1 The Stock susVraee ths avast deelrabla. style al BONSZTS AND Us ITS TQA LADIES AJT . D MISSES, v SILKS. RIBECiNS LACES, FLOWERS. ORNAMENTS. a 8T3-vT TRIMX1S6. Ao,, - .lc iUfof whki east bfTetd.n No. 15, Market St, Cp Stairs. aURS.M.A-KINtl. WaarenSept Wl 1163. -' A 6 BE AT YAEI-ETY of new bocks 7E HAVE , SOill! CHUICB PLUMES. t trim those hats; with. ITe have aiso en hasd velvet of aai eulor. Tt at tibbwn. embroidery braid. ASy .at - .. Maid. IINOI ALL KINDS OK CUSTOlI WOBK dosiewordar. Boatt aa Hatdvnd aa . . m aijap.