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WTLLLaJC. RITEZEL, Editor Bad Proprietor WARREN. OHIO Wedindar, April 10, 1SS7. TERMS:-$2,00 per Year ia Advance. Suffrage Extension in Ohio. The Legislature of thia State, at a second trial, concluded it would be safe to trust the people to determine wheth er it was politic, just and expedient to extend the liberty of the elective fran chise so as to include within its privi leges the ten or twelve thousand black men now excluded from the ballot by reason of the constitutional limitation of that right to "white males." That the Legislature of the Republican State of Ohio has been induced to grant the people this opportunity of expressing their sentiments on this question, is doubtless mainly due to the urgent and almost unanimous demand of the Re publican prees of the State. Had the press spoken less emphatically, or been divided on the merits of the question it is probable that the weak-kneed members of the legislature, would have crouched before the spectres of caste, prejudice and copperhedism. But they received no encouragement from the Union newspapers of the Sute.. The question of striking the word "white" from the Constitution is to be the main issue in the political campaign of 1867. The friends of political equal- j ity, those who are in favor of elevating I f rather than trampling upon their weak and unfortunate fellow-men, must take hold and work earnestly and untiringly from sow until the second Tuesday of October. The opponents of impartial suffrage will deal in slanders, in low and vulgar epithets, in invidious com' pariaona, satirical allusions, Heartless jeering of the poor and helpless, in suiting God and humanity, but will not employ arguments. The argu- ments will be on the liberal side thrice armed, our quarrel being just and the great mass of the people, who we believe are ever ready to yield to the logic of incontrovertable facts, will on a full discussion of the question, say, give all men an equal chance be fore the law. If the do like of Post Master at Warren. The news wsa received on Saturday that Mr. Hexst H,Towjrsxs, had been appointed and confirmed as Post master at this place, to succeed Jeffer son Palm, Esq. Mr. ToirssrsD is a young Republican who proved his de votion to his principles and his coun try by four years of arduous service as a soldier, doing his full share toward suppressing the rebellion. Besides this he is in every way worthy and well qualified for the dntieaof Post Master, and we have no doubt he will give gen ' eral satisfaction. . To the retiring P. M. we extend all the sympathy we have at command at present writing. We believe he has conducted the business of the office faithfully. We always found him court eous and accommodating. It has been his misfortune that his servile fealty to "Shoddy Andy," as the Constitution used to style A. J., has been rewarded by so small a slice of bread and butter. t& The Warren Constitution of yester day contains an announcement of the withdrawal of JxrriRsoN Palm, Esq., from that paper as editor. About a column of mournful reflections are in dulged ia, over the condition of the Southern section of the country, which is represented as beiug under a "des potism unparalleled in the history of the world." Inasmuch as the author of this wail for the South has wound up his affairs in Ohio to locate in the "neutral" State of Kentucky, his great sympathy for the South, and his ardent championing of rebel interests are not matters of surprise. He had not, how ever, any new lessons to learn to quali fy him for a task from which a man with a single patriotic impulse would shrink with disgust. Hear his last : "The people of the Southern States, though not justified in their rebellion, did not propose to found a government upon any other principle than that established by the fathers of the Feder al Government ; vii : the consent of the people." In view of the atrocities, tyranny, and usurpations of the rebel govern ments, State and Confederate, we can not realise how any man professing the least regard for truth could deliberate ly pen a sentence so insulting to the common intelligence of the people of any portion of Ohio. He' is certainly qualified for semi-rebel associations, and could sot be far out of place if thrown into fellowship with an out-and-out traitor, i -The people of the Western Reserve will sot mourn the departure of one so politically corrupt from their midst. - '- and of and kept ples. if is can The loyal portion of the American people will be glad to learn that the action of General Sheridan, removing the"nctori ous if ayor Monroe, of Vear Orleans, from his office, because he was a very mean and dangerous man, has the approval of Secre tary Stanton, and that General Gran says he will stand by Sheridan. JGot. Cor. nominated Eon. C. . Gbddon for member of the Board of Com missioDers to revise the financial laws of the State, and tbe State Senate confirmed the appointment on Saturday last. iOf The lower branch of our State leg islature has passed a bill authorizing trial by jury before Justices of the Peace in petty criminal cases. Such a law would doubtless save counties quite an item ia costs. . 'Tk "Western 3f.rsic.ei. "Wokld" 3 a very neat, large monthly paper devoted to the publication of new music and the general gossip of the musical world. It is published by S. Braicard & Sons, Cleveland, O., at $1.00 a year. The pieces of musio printed each month in it, are of themselves well worth the subscription price. SsS Gold closed in Xew Tork on Mon day evening at 135J., taT On Monday the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations reported favorably on the purchase of Euasian-America. CSS Tha latest foreign news says war is threatened hotareen France and Prussia. Oreat excitement In Jjondon and Paris. Jt-Eon. Thad. jiroving. Stevens health js im- from and such the of have JL Office I. State that lution State 1S67. omoc- In Seal Stat elected be State uon of State, State have time person their into same Glover and or various pointed lution tbe were such refused seven tbe strict All voting, home home, absent. j galleries result. Senate is COE'S iict. Annual Assessments. exceed $23,000, but do not exceed $50, 000, should be assessed $50 for the year. The Internal Revenue Record, of If arch 30, contains an article on the subject of Annual Assessments under the new In ternal Revenue Law, affording certain items of information which many per sons will find to their advantage to be more familiar with, than the public. generally, are supposed to. be. The Record says that one month of the two. prescribed by the recent law for per sons iiaoie to- special tax, to hie appU canons witn tneir assistant assessors and pay their da eg, has passed, with very little progress. JIucb. of the de lay has been owine to the misappre- nension or assistants or their precise duties under the new law, and the omission of the Department to give them the proper instruction. The license, or tax year for special taxes is unchanged. It begins the first of May, and ends the thirtieth of ApriL The time for persons in business to make application, or to file notice, and to pay the tax has, however, been ad vanced two months earlier in the year. It is the duty of the persons intending to continue in business after the first of Kay, whether in their present place of DU8iness,or in a new one to which tney design to move, to make application forthwith, and be prepared to pay their special tax before the 1st of May. If any person liable to special tax is found in business on or after that date, he will incur the penalties prescribed by law, which will be enforced with the utmost rigor consistent with justice. The time for assessments have been changed for the purpose of enabling every person to obtain and hold their special tax receipts' during the entire year as tbe law requires, and if they fail so to do, they will have to bear the punishment of a fine not less than $10 nor more than !fo(X. Wholesale dealers whose annual sales their sales exceed $50,000 per annum, they should be assessed $50 for the year and entered in the annual list ; and thereafter beginning with the first of May, make monthly returns before the 10th of April showing their sales for the month of May, provided the same exceed $50,000. They should then be assessed in the May monthly list, $1 per thousand, on the excess above $50, 000. If their sales for May be less than $50,000, they should not be as sessed until they have made sales to amount of $50,000, when their lia bility to tax on the excess accrues. Wholesale liquor dealers should be assessed for the year $100, provided their annual sales exceed $25,000, but not exceed $50,000; when their sales exceed $50,000 they should make return and pay tax monthly thereafter wholesale dealers, one dollar per thousand on the excess. I he liability these dealers to make return for depends upon their sales during month being in excess of $50,000. Their liability to make monthly returns attaches for the month in which their after May 1, 1867, run over $50,000 they should, under penalty for de fault, make return before the 10th day the month following, without await ing notice from the assistant assessor. All manufacturers of products ex empted for tax by the Acts of 1856, 1867, except of butter and cheese, should be assessed special tax of $10, which covers all sales of their manu factures at their factories, or at their principal offices, provided no goods are or delivered there except as sam If they sell goods other than of their own manufacture, in excess of $1,000 per annum, they should be as sessed for special tax as retail dealers : over 25,000 per annum, then as wholesale dealer, in addition to the special tax as manufacturer. Ko time to be lost in completing the annual assessments, as the Treasury will need every dollar that is due as soon as it be collected. f H. bee cius E. From the Chronicle Extra of April 8. The Constitutional Amendment Passed. COLUMBUS, O., April 6. 1867. The Senate this morning receded its amendment to the House amendment of the Suffrage resolution, adopted said amendment. So the proposition goes to tbe people, for amending the constitution ao as to ex tend suffrage to all male citizens except persons as have borne arms in support of ny insurection or rebellion against th Government of the United States, or have fled from their place of residence to avoid being drafted into military service thereof, or have deserted the military or naval service said government in time of war, and not subsequently been honorably discharged from the same. The Amendment Resolution ia giv en below. "PROFOSKD AMENDMENT to I Hi. COKSIITUTIOK. W. rer, ston. tie. and Thi Btt or Ohio, of the Seerefarv of State. I WILLIAM HkXRY SMITH. Secretary ef af tbe Mate or Ubio. so hereby eartuy the following U a true copy of a joint reso pissed by the General Assembly of tha of Ohio, on tha 6th day af April, A. I.. taken from tha original roll oa ale in this Testimony. 'Whereof. I havehereunto sub. scribed my aame and affixed the Oreat Seal of the State of Ohio, at Columbus, lat via day oi a prii. a. u iooi. WM. HENRY SMITH. Secretary ef State. ton. (re-elected.) A RESOLUTION Kelattve to an Amendment of tbe Constitution, providing for the extension of the Elective Franchise. 'RaaMvad bv the General Assembly ef the of Ohio. Three-fifth ef the menben to each house agreeing thereto. That it and i hereby proposed to the elector of thi to vote at tha next annual October eiao- upon approval or rejectioa of the fo Uowmg amendment as a substitute tor the ant seetioa tha firth article of the Constitution of thi to wit : tvery male eitixen of the United of the age of twenty-one yean, who shall bean a resident oi the State one year next proceeding- the election, and of the county, township or ward in which h resides, such as may be provided by law, except such a have borne arm in support of aay insurrection or rebellion against the Govern ment of the United States, or have fled from places of residence to avoid being drafted the military service thereof; or have de serted the military or tbe naval service ef said Government in time ef war, and have not aub (cqaently been honorably discharged from the hall have the cuali$catioss of an alto tor, and be o titled to rote at all elections. ED.A.PAHKOTT, Speaker ef tbe House of .Representatives. Q. al EUEXKY. President of the Senate. Passed April 6. 1S67. f April. ? H. Ohio Legislature. COLUMBUS, April 3. HOUSE. The resolution proposin g the amend men) striking tbe word white from tbe Constitu tion was taken up, and on motion of Mr. the motion was agreed to, disfran chising rebels, deserters from the armies draft, and persons who left the armv navy of the United States to join their in war. lne Jfemocrats ottered amendments in a spirit of filibus tering because the fifteen minute rule for speeches had been adopted. Several short speeches for and against the reso were made. As the time for taking vote approached,- Messrs. Clark, of Guernsev, Davenport, of Eelnjont, Ship ley, of Muskingum, and Myers, of Darke, successively tendered their resignation, assigning as a reason that their constitu ents opposed the resolution, while they unwilling ta vote sgalnct them, while unanimity in their favor was man ifested by tbe Union party. The House to accept their resignation. Tha Qousu took a recess until half-past o'clock. The House at its alght session adopted suffrage resolution as amended, by a party vote, 63 to 29. the Union members present and except cynton and Hougb, at sick. Piatt, unavoidably detained at and Montgomery anid Davenport Immense applause from floors and gioeted the announcement of the I be reeolutwn now goes to the for concurrence in the House amendments, which is eipetidip-n;orrpi', Kanj Persons ere to-dsy suffering from who do not know lu they fed a heav iness after eating, a sort of iangaor er lack of en ergy, and attribute it to the spring weather, it nothior but Indigestion, and one dose of iYSP EPSIA CUKS wiU oonlrm this ""..! On in On On 0 in id 'ft la young tip-toes, on bak their pain,". Township Elections. We give returns of the officers elected at the Spring election, April 1st, Inst., in the several Township's ef Trumbull Coun KINSMAM. Trustee, Lysander C Perkins, Charles a. w ebber, Albert .Mathews. Treasurer, George W. Gillis. Clerk, Richard K. Hulse. Assessor, Win. A. Gillis. Con table, George W. Bissell, Allen W. Gil' lis. VERNON. Trustees, George' K. Pel ton, Francis Eaynes, F. Fell. Clerk, Charles H. Rood. reasurer, J. A Keed. Assessor, A. H. Smith. Constable, J. G. Sawyer. HARTFORD. Trustees, Paul Wellman, A. M. Brock- way, Joel Bushnell. Clerk, Elmer Moses. Treasurer, H. B. Thompson. Assessor. beth if rock way. Constables, A. D. Dru ry, D. M. Patten, Hiram Sutliff. LORDSTOWN. Justice of the Peace.' J. Harshman. Trustees, Adam Fenstermaker, Philip Beil, Solomon Henineer. Assessor, bam- uel B. Kistlcr. Clerk, Almond McCor kle. Treasurer, George W. Harshman. Constables, H. M. Lewis, and Jonathan Shaffer. CHAMPION. Trustees, John Lane, J. O. Dillon. Ja cob Dice. Cleik, J. A Murphy. Treas urer, Amos Weiis. Assessor W. Rutan. Constables, Abram Weiss, Harrison Ye- BAZETTA. Trustees, Thomas Kennedy, John Weir, R. C. Pinkerton. Clerk, D. D. Marvin. Treasurer X. A. Cowdrey. Assessor, A. McKorkle. Constables, A. L. Pinkerton, O. Brooks. MECCA. Ttmict has V A war A "XfiQ Vi a vr T T. Webb, A. McCullough. Clerk, Charles Knapp. Assessor, J. K. .Lachman. Treasurer, J. G. Chaffee. Constables, Harmon Love, E. F. Clark. NORTH BLOOMFIELD. Trustees, John Sager, H. S. Baker, C. B. Snyder. Clerk, Wm. C. Savage. Treasurer, Gee. W. Howe. Assessor, A. L. Berry. Constables, Levi HalL M. L. Cutter. JOHNSTON. J ustice of the Peace, James D. Bradey, (re-elected.) Trustees, H. D. Holcomb, Levi S. Tvrrell. .James Meikle. Clerk. Robert A. Bartlett. Treasurer, T. L. Finney. Constables, Rev. John Camp bell, J. a. .Barnes. NILES VILLAGE. Mayor, J. R. Noble. Recorder, James Draa. Council. H. H. Mason, Horace Pew, William Davis, James Ward, Jr. v A. II lilUli. is WEATHERSFIELD. Trustees, Josiah Danlap, John Bolin, Joseph JLincaid. Treasurer, William Campbell. Clerk. Miles G. Butler. . sessor, John M. Campbell. Constable, Joha M. Campbell. NEWTON. Trustees, Elijah Medley, David Carlisle, George R. Johnson. Assessor, Henry Jir win. Clerk, Nelson Spencer. Treasurer, William L. Church, Constables H. S, Robbins. David Medley.- Town Hall Carried by about 60 majority. I BRISTOL. Trustees. Alonzo Brockett, M. D. Phelps, Wm. Sager. Clerk, Wm. N Huntley, Assessor, H. H. Clay. Treasurer, W. Hillman. Constables, E. L. Sib- and J. J. Sutliff. in a BRACEVILLE. Ti,ctiA f t.a Ta.oa ll T. IVrillAV. MtiMWW V. UW m. ...... J. V. ------- . I Trustees, Auren P. Taft, Elisha "Walker, Samuel Stowe. Clerk. James D. Geddes. .. . . i ii Treasurer, Calvin Stowe. Assessor, Lu P. Humphrey. Constables, John "W. atason ana layman uorman. MESOPOTAMIA. Trustees, Elias S perry, Edwin R. 'White, C. P.- Lyman. Assessor, E. X. Loveland. Treasurer, Jeduthan Clark. Clerk, Edwards W. Laird. Constables, Wm. J. Ives and Orrin Cox. Sexton, B. Tracy. is of HUBBARD. Justice of the Peace, George H&gar. Trustees, X. J. Hume. Hem. veach, Jd Probert. Clerk, D. J. Edwards. Treasurer, J. W. McClelland. Assessor, J. Jackson. Constables, "W. J. Jack and N. T. Leislie. ' and I GUSTAVUS. Trustees, A. L. Lyon, S. P. Bobens, S. Pitts. Clerk, B. B. Barnes. Treasu Mitchell Scott. Assessor, John John Constables, M. G.uane and.i. IL Bailey. GREENE. Justice of the Ppaoe, Lauren Coleman. Trustees, Schuyler French, Wesley Irwin, Joshua Harrington. Clerk, Chester Tut Treasurer, C. P. Faance. Assessor, Issac Sloan. Constables, Charles Bay' mond and Daniel Winchel. will vein of LIBERTY. Justice of the Peaoe, Charles C. Fowler. Trustees, James Shannon, E. Q. Gourley, Timothy Hood. Clerk, H. G. Booth. Treasurer, George Hood. Assessor, Chas. McMullen. Constables, Chas. McMullen Collins Atwood. last full SOUTHINGTON. Trustees, Wm. B. McConnel, Wm. Branson, Orlin B. Joy. Clerk, Charles Wannemaker. Treasurer , Alonzo Haugh- Assessor, Calvin Haugbton. Con stables, E. F. Joy and Geo. Misner. and sive FARMINGTON. Justice of the Peace, Anderson Dana, Trustees, Joseph H. Wolcott, Samuel S. French, James A. Strickland. Clerk, Solon J. Buttles. Treasurer, Ed- mond P. Woolcott. Assessor, Sylvester Hatch. Constables, William Taylor Henry JL .boo bee. will U tata, FOWLER. Our correspondent in Fowler says the voters of that township acted the fool in regard to the election, in running nearly man in town lor omce, and as a con sequence there were a number of persons . . . ,,. . an, T t . eiectea sna win not serve, is ucnei as elected, which is mixed, political ly, is as fellows: Trustees, S. L. Stewart, Wm. CraUley, Darius .Baldwin. Clerk, Al. L. Aldnch. Treasurer, D. M. Butts. Assessor, John Beed. Constable, Orson Trumbull. ord death the will. Is and there heart- every VIENNA. Justice of th Peace, Harrey Truesdell. Treasurer,- G. A. Treat. Assessor and Constable, E. T. Stewart. spire imO Let HOWLAND. Trustees, F, J. Cicg, John Eoeves, Jonathan jroisom. Ulert, Amos Drake Treasurer, Samuel Andrews. Assessor and 1 ..VI- If 11 - - IT v J I Constable, "VV allace W. Kennedy, ereet MARRIAGES. April id at the residence of Arthur Lewis. loungstown, by Rer. Samuel Maxwell. Mr. juhk ua.xuui. ot loungstown. U to Miss HAN'AH W. COATS, of Warren. the 2d Inst, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. D. L. Hickok. Mr. THOS. S. blltPAHD to Miss AKNA M. PATIiiN QALL. of Bri-toL tbe 14th Inst. by Daniel Earle, Esc, it the residenoe of the bride's father, in Newton. Mr. WATSON HOLCOMB. cf Portage eounty, to Mis LCXA OVIAXI. of Hew ton Falls. theUkinst, at the residence of J, R. Baits, Newton, by Rev. A Cone, Mr, LUIUblR I LLK R, to Miss P0R0IH Y HOFFMAN, all ofirewton. and traflj in ness. not day," words vents DEATHS. eeca, onth7th of March, 1807, AKAxiEL- ti.Ap.fm s, in the Mto year oi ner age. ga West Fermington. March I lever, joum ViLUiox 1367. of typhus aged 71 years. Dear father thou art sleeping. In the oold and quiet tomb. And ear souls ar sad with weeping, - And ear heart are filled with gloom. We shall miss thee father, often. As we eount our nuurs e'er For a loved one whom we cherished . We shall meet en earth no more. say aid h.va th ol part The hav says, M. W. The Lorain county Mswi says that 'the ladies of that place walk on their and can't help it, as the waterfalls the Jjp of their hes,it draw up their hair so tightly that tey can't put heels down squarely without great "-' .' ebb." see far in by strong from Township Correspondence. Letter from Newton Falls. NEWTON FALLS, April 6, 67. Mi Editob: The Union loving Re publicans, of this village, are rejoiced preatly at tbe result of the Spring election. Tbe regular Republican Caucus ticket was elected ny an averago majority of thirty. The common game of the opposition has been to take a tew who were sorehead ed on account of being defeated at Caucus, fill in a few most acceptable Democrats, and call u a union ucKot, and then by represent In? that politic should not enter into town matters, succeed sometimes in carry ing into office a part, if not all. their Can. didates. But this year that little game was beaten, and the following are our township officers for the coming year all true blue Republicans : Trustees, Elijah Medlev. David Carlila. Geo. R. Johnson. Assessor. Henrv Er win. Treasurer. Wm. L. Churph. t:la.-k. Nelson Spencor. Constables, H. S. Rob bins, David Medley. But we congratulate ourselves mostly on tbe fact that we have carried the vote for a Town Hall. I may safely say that this is an indication that our motto is "Excelsior." And the rate at which im migration is going on into this village, and toe great numoer or transactions in real estate indicate that a corporation, eras, sewers and pavements must soon follow or anarchy may be looked for. ine following transfers of real estate are some, not all of those that have come under my observation : D. Lowry, flour and saw-mill to J. P. Porter; Horace Stevens, residence, to J, F. Porter ; Jacob Kinnamon, residence to Oviatt; Vm. Starr, residence to Whitney ; L. S. Fairchild, machine shop to Bastcr; Jacob Kinnamon, farm to It. V, boule; J. t . Porter, farm to Davis .Lowry; James Reed & Son. store and store-bouse to Patterson & Stewart ; Mrs. S. C. Price, residence to I. J. Sampson : Irers bampson, residence to Edwin R. Hme; Mrs. Tod's late residence to Everett; Wm. E. Hart, residence to W. D. Holcomb ; E. P. Merwin. hotel to O. H. P. Parker; B. Osbrook, residence to William btone. These changes have all occurred this spring, and are all in the village or its immediate vicinity. The most note worthy fact in connection with these changes is that in but tour instances do the sellers emigrate, which is conclusive evidence tnat not only our population is increasing, but that our people who know are satisfied tnat .Newton rails is a desira- place to live in. And why should it net be T Tou may travel far and near and not find so beautiful a site for a village. It high and dry, sloping both ways towards the branches of tbe Jklabemng on each side, and for health not surpassed by any village in northern Ohio. These facts are becoming widely known, and notwith standing the slanders widely circulated concerning tne ceaitn and morals of this community, the fact that not a house in this village can be rented at any price shows that we multiply very rapidly, or else do not die off so fast as is represented. and the above changes Indicate that some are willing to take tbe chances. Some future time I will send you tbe present business directory or JNewton l aiis, which think will show some enlargement on one you published some time since entitled Xawton Falls twnn Iv torn rn " ... y. & I In it i am not mutagen, i said something my lasfletter to the Chroicl aboul u Temperance lecture, that was delivered here, and of some efforts certain of oar citizens were making to promote the cause lemperance. 'ihese enorts have frucu oed, ana a tnrilly and energetic Liodge of a , mn , ... , . I uooa -tempiars is tne result, numnering at it ' "reoweeK8"D.ce' ""I urn iij b ii 1 1 nnw v r- uivpnnr win i members, and now over seventy, with many more coming, but the influence for good is even more and larger than this rapid increase. There is but one place in village where liquor is retailed by the drink and that on tne slyest kind ot "sly. This Mirtlest drunken hole in the county on the mend, and we hope not only to clear our own skirts, but shed a little light example to lead surrounding sinners (not righteous) to repentance. I might also in mentioning the attrac tions of this village, as a place for resi dence, call attention to our well regulated highly popular Union Schools, which deserve all the praise 1 could give them, will just say that the Board of Directors, with a sagacity that does them credit, have secured the services of Col. X. A. Barrett Superintendent for the coming year, whose merits and success as a teacher, and whose personal qualities as a citizen and friend, are all widely and well known. Were I not trespassing too much on your space I would speak at length of the recent discoveries about a mile west of us. I only say that a three and a balf foot of good Coal has been found at a hundred and twenty feet deep, and as it is quite excessive, I hope to be able to speak this at length should 1 write again. 1 ours truly, o. few it na. I lo.a the the he it wa thin the son nv er, y sir, th and Mn d that wa FROM BACONSBURGH. BACONSBURG, April 5, 1867. Editor Cheosiclk : At our last Tem- temperance meeting in this place, held Monday night, a week agQ, we had a house, and a very able lecture from Miller, of the United Brethern Church. Mr. Miller is in favor of moral legal action, and is clear and conclu in argument. After the address the pledge was circulated and sqme 44 pr 20 names added to those we had, making about 7U in an. Elder Orin Gates.of the Disciple Church, address us .Monday night next. s-rave and and new. air. ing of th to . - tain W a want anlinn amno- I ha nsnnls Tt the people's business, There shpuld Ik, uiuicuioua iu cvai vrwtu. aciuw, airi- i least keep it before the people that 60,000 murders are committed annually oy the liquor trafic Five years and the murder business will have killed 800,000, about many as fell in the five years of the late rebellion. My God, what a frightful rec I "VV00 responsible for this work of I The peopie I the people yes, we, people. The people can stop it if they A people that put down the late rebels, surely can crush tbe liquor trafic. tha blighting curse of drunkard masintc man slaughter to be perpetual t Is no remedy for an evil of suph gigantic ttoo; ded ality, they the and E y what dimension ! n't arreal to ererr honett ar to eyerT conscientious thinker, to christian souL "What does humani tayf "What does Christianity teach? What does 'patriotism, truth ana justice commend on this great question t AH that ef to bid us aot, and to act promptly. me peopie move in every townsoip. County conventions be called, and conventions astern Die. There is power in association : there is strength in combination'.- Let the good ' trua of aU parties, of all sects and MAminiltAtife nnilA in tmi 1 1 f i r nin. Imi. Tt work him. about Obed an after and denomination's unite in petitionins Con- and State Legislatures for laws with adequate penalties. Laws and penalties will take the money out of the diaboli trade in intoxicating liquor. Laws penalties that will strip the criminal of all rcstiectabilitv. and show it nn . ' ' I . . . r I SUV its naKea treachery, pernaT. damning J inanlenm meanness and hpllish vipkad- I he Laws are a terror to evil doers, and why make the liquor dealers feel its majes ty, weight and power. . ALOPATH. Crosby a Tha non From Mesopotamia. MESOPOTAMIA. April 1. 1867. Dili Chiokicli r If I do write ea "all fool I hop I may ba enabled te say a few not entirely void of sense In yourissue of the 27th of March.Und a let ter from "Cail." of Farmington, in which he hit rscafeoa iaiijaslios by a Sing at the of G. T, I ;3 sorry to sn this, for as I it, thi "Carl" is a cArtseia ansa, but let examine the statu ef thi I. 0. of G. T. "Carl" denounces the said order at a '"secret Society." Now I claim that it is no mor a "se cret society" than is a flare a CkriM. (I will that in former years I wa a member of the I. O.of G.T. for over two years, and that I hJ th. nr V T 1 il -1 -. present writing belong to oneoJ'tb churches to is place. How, ia reference to tbe seersev m the Temple, we did not allow outsiders ta commune with aa nor do w in the chare h. only diferenoe is that in th Tempi w a Door-keeper and a 1'ait-tnrd as we form erly did in th church at tbe "Love Feast-" He "now I rejoice at even th appearance of progress and certainly at progress in christian ity, am Sorry to tay that lis timpl fact that aa order exists ia our town, apeaki in an tone that ehristiaaity is at a low Kow let us examine this proposition and ato strength of his "rejoicing" It is taken granted by the writer that "Carl" it nemi nally alisRorraaceawa; that of course he will admittbtfact that it isceoescry that the traSe eicholie dribksahauld be opposed aso.-tiiA and the law if need be. Doe h. and others, christians tli churches of hi town oflsr ao an opposing fore morally that there is no occasion for any help from those who do not be long to the ebnrche, ? We thick not. judging out own town. How then shall tbit foroe if r l r -xnrougn opea lcu9ieranoe socv Crosby tr Smith oirouit m ple at hunt teertey tbe mm, have These Young. fev np try. no either most mad county, in first near sat: buried iis," thick I kt him tay, fjow, in thif Ijeit pla nek tocietlet were of bo im so biu wt eouiasre: at least tney tn altogether in adequate to the naroo: th interest in tham tool died out. R' found that themenwh were church memtwira Mold not BSrform this t..lr Ion bat mytt have help from outsider, or as sumenave taid. they war constrained to mn the Devil to serve the Lord." Now I tbink that I am "rejoiced" at progrts I should join in and help to makethat progress more progreosivo; and I would aak the gentleman whose cognomen is "Carl' to join the I. O. of Q. T. and as for him self. If ha is .Ii... li.fi with it Lrinn. mr.,mJmm and will oily be bound by the pledge, which, if tramemoer rightly, tne louewmg word i A B - . do pledce my aaerod honor, not to make, hnv a.11. use or a-iva ta arh.r. . - beverage, any spirituous or malt liquor, win or cider. ao help me God." So far e the flint at "e'eoret Soeieties" it eoneerned. I hare Both ins io eay aoout any or tnem asia irom tn l.u. a. T.-and tha "Knnanf TnaBWUM." Tha. know, and that no man or woman ean be injured oy oeeoming a member oi euner oi tnem. Ana now my triond, in conclusion, let me ask you hereafter, to let erery man who is willing to be a Temperance man. beoneia any way that he may see at; and d-n't throw your influence against him on the plea of "seeret societies." llou't ay stand aside. I am holier than thou." but. "so far a .'you are in the right. I will cheer- CAPTAIN. For the Chronicle. Early Times in Vienna. Edttob CnomeLK : A few items of tha tint settlement of Vienna, as I sot them from some oi toe oldest settlers Here, line lays. Uriel Holme eame from Litchfield. Connecticut, in the spring of 17V8, baring in hi employ Sam uel Hutohina, d ward Soofield. Titui Hti T.. via uiarctuert Kdmona, ana ftapoeel Uoog,a Surveyor. Arriving in June, they traveled all the way oa foot, and lead ins a hora that ear- riea ineir eooKing utensils, ana milt a cabin near the present residence of Homer Leet. R,n- they urreyed the Township, cleared a piece of ground ana sowed to wneat, ana tnen may oiled thm ..kin 1 . . :1.AU.I J . L . . ;.Tn , 7k. .VT..Tu c V "P lfeifesgll & their cooking utenriU, covered them with leave and built a large brush-heap over them, and a number of brush-heap around aear them, to prerend tha Indian from finding them and then they set out, on foot, for their home in Connecticut, to winter. Ana in tha snring of 17V9.U rial Holmes, Samuel Hutchins. Edward Soofield. Kanhaal Cook. and Hoodlv. aec nut for Vieona.wiih an Ox team, two Cows and a wagon. VY hen they came to.tb WahoningEiver. a aaort distance below Youngstown, they eame up with Col. Hilmao, who could pot get across tne river. AH bands went to work, cut tha bank and got their teams over and started on their journey. Holmes taking the lead and Sam uel Hutchins drivine the team with tha first wagon that ever Dasrd throovh louncatown. stopping for the aunt with Capt. Young. Karly iue ! morning Kapnael uooa set nis comoass and leading the way, tha party started for Vien na, marking and eutting their road as they went aioog.vnence tne name ot tne iioime roadi and suoeeedod in reaching V ienna the second night. ana stoppea on what has sinoa Been known a Merils Hill, near ihe present residence af Ha. mer Leet. Esq. la the fall of 4799, Isaac I lower mOTed his family on. accompanied by Denis Palmer; they were the first white family in V ienna, and settled about ona mile south west of the eantar thera Lavina Fluwap w . . born, tha first white child born ia Vienna. On that farm was the first school, kept by Ira -Bar tholomew's wile, ioadicia, in tha winter of 1WH-0. In the serin af IMA. Rrth. Barthnlnmaw Ablal BartholamM Wa.niinlnn and T mm Mill, eame ea in ona party. Another party came the aame Vaar. tmnnrlhml vimJmI 11 nm ...... I Isaac xlnmason. Simeon Wheeler, n m. Lafer- ty, Mr. Seott, and Isaac Woodford, and settled at or aaar Pavnaa Corawt. R.ihb.1 Lowry came and settled ona-half mile wait of tne earner, in tha Ull. Abtai Bartholomew, and Wm. Clinton, went back to Connecticut and in the fall of 1801. Abial Bartholomew, Samael Clinton, Wm. Clinton, Calvia lianaon. Jea maaaon. Josena Bartholomew and ira Bar. tholomew eame an. with their familiaa and aiv team and wagon,' arriviag oa the 7th day of October : havina- bean fortv-ana dava am tkiv journey. Less than three montha after tk.i. arrival, ana on lnflrt day of January, Abial ni on .Bartholomew and hi son W lllam. want tn ant om umoerior Pea-Mead, ana tn falling a black walnut tree near where Adam JicClurc'a barn now stands, a limb broke off. flew back nitung aoiai on tn torefiaad. eatuing hi death. Dr. Lea v it t of Lear itu burg was called to attend mm: tney had to ao around bv Nilna ta t "iw musquito creea; aaoctor xrom vornon was also called. Abial died on tha second day alter he wa hart, and was tha first parson uriea in v ienna. In tha winter af 1799 and lane Tt.tk.k-v. wit of Isaac Plowar. seta steel trap andar wucre neronicaeos roostoa, ana snat the aog about twenty rods from tha Knnu .W, ,K. dogs were in a fight with a large wolf; she got hand-spike, waen her daughter brought a torch so that the could see: she pounded tha wolf on the head with the hand-spike nntill she thought it wa dead, and dragged it to the bouse, just as she was going to take the trap off . mm, " w . U.U. W, V VU leg. Mr. Slower looked out and told her she taad sh.V Z7inZrmV.7il . . . head when it iomnad nn an its faataaain. hot a more well directed blows with the ax made tame .enough to skin. Thi wa the lint wolf allied by a woman that I have heard of is Vien . V.Um.K. to for the For the Chronicle. Vienna Letter No. 4. March 29, 1867. sr. v n . - r. .... ....r il. wii 1. . mm. au: nil An ,vnr uivw vj iu. wu, idbu1 find what purport to be an explanation of the and reeovarv of a five dollar but lound ia grave yard. The Rev. X. Betts set out with assertion, to set ta tbe light of truth, what calls a false slander. If it is a false slander is made ao bv his naraphrainr aa nnex- Dlained oroDosition a heeails iL aa insinuation whioh he says is true: and sets up in defence of himself false representations. 1 a isa to call bis attention to one or two of hi mis-representations. Heaays the funeral of Abigail Hummeson late in November; truth aay it wa thi twantv-third dav of November: he say more a month after that as the children were in grave yard, near tha place of Mrs. Hum ma grave, a daughter of Adisqn Kojers found ' ed to . to 2b, five. Hollai "Kill avnH tairrid it homa tit hmr favf h- c What heinUnded should be understood more tnaa a moniu can so aa wen auuer- i s stood by the reader as I could explain it. Now. the truth ia. the ive dollar bill was found on' fourth day of February, nearly two and a half months after the funeral of Mr. Hommaeon. mor. than i.v.nty yard from the grav of Hnmrnun. udwh.ntha.aaw wutrunn. down the day before in burying ao old lad y died at hlr. Clin Worthmens. The bill new. clean and dry ua-iookea none tbe worse for wear ; the mow was about two feet deep, and th procession of th Wortman Tu- did not go within thirty yards of the Hum- s-rava. T.- - 1 -O mm J . V m uov 11 me asT. A. dgiis uaa conviocvu mi that ba lest a five dollar bill, and that bill he bad lost on tbe twenty-tnirtt day oi November, somewhere within two miles of tbe vanL bad witnstood tne rains, mud. snow freezing of November. December. January, blown up and lodged on th dirt at the Wortman grav oa th fourth day of February, clean and dry. never having been wet or oiled, then I must confess, hi misrepresenta tationa to have wrought a miracle; also, that greenback ar nearly a durabl as gold, fl ow T do not tntand ta emblov mv Den in nut-su any person who attempts to wab his hands crime by charging it upon others, and as falsehoods and misrepresentations to controvert truth: and charging me with being driven extremes to resist tbe truth, or sustain a bad eauae.whea he himself is the guilty party re sorting to extreme to resist the truth and sus- i . . . , : 1 1 ,u c via v: t u is ewa acts . a wui iu.iui. ,u sia isrv eSSL? WtfilT. hlT he reorova tnee ana loon Be loanai liar Th understanding of truth is net to be ob bveujious speculation or mi-reoreen ta out or rogaruin uie ituiu.wujou is sura euu maxeta tne simple wiaoi nouina must oe u- to it under the nreteno of inlatibility. mor authority of sayings er the reasoning of pnuoeopners; in mis manner xaisaaooaaoi va rious kinds are introduced and supported. But who palm their ingenious mis-representations upon community, as equal authority with trdth.will b found liar ef- th worst kind, may axpeotte be serriy punished for their resumption. Ibis caution to worthy ef notice those who profess to be moral and religion teachera. rraohet aaould alee be eauueaa meaning they eat upon aaexplained prop ositions, lest by their inference tbfy ooqvert irienosmp in 19 aifrespaoi. nu reprovca ea themselves, and so b found guilty of what thy chars in en other. Thueloth th answer te the second epUtls the Rev. i. Belt. 5.M. SANFORD. heir er, tuat 1867, as mon in and or and aid of said enee his and saia part aid wile dren er, ding and Yi 10th le Il by the said of bit ea FROM BURGH HILL. CHURCHES—Continued. was la 1S00 that Mr. Obed Crosby, a local Methodist oreaoher. earn from the State of lonneoticut to v emon ana put up a oaoui. ar, Giddings save, that during the time he wes at building his cabin, he made bishemewith and that he prayed regularly nigbt and morning with hi family, but is not positive hi holding meeting at that time. Rer. Samuel Gregg, in hi very correct and interest ing history of the Erie Conference sari- Rv. Crosby, who had th preoeding year visit ed the town of Vernon. Trumbull county, Ohio, removed his family to that town during the summer ef lsui. lie eame Irem the btate of Connecticut by the way ot rrtuburgn, fa., in epea wagon drawn by an ox-team, and soon leaving Pittsburgh, one of hit oxen died, he was compelled to yoke up a cow, the re- U w wm nniwim w w.w wm,. mamder of the; lourcey. im arriving at vemon. lquna one Alei thodist family there, and im mediately formed a class, consisting of Obed and wife, Ewing Wright and wife, and Miss bushnell, five in all. Ibis was th first Methodist society on th "Western Reserve." slaee of meetine wat near tbe line of Ver and Hartford, and tbe members iu creasing Hartford mora rapidly than in Vernon, it was removed into Hartford, and bore its sir. CrobaJeer lahorinthard to estab th ehjirch of his choic in Uie country him. finally died in oeaee in 1814." air. sometime held meeting in Ueerfisld. Hubbard and the Leach settlement, ia Mercer eounty, P-, and wa th first to hold a Metho dist meeting ia GiistivuL Bishop Roberts, then local preacher in the Leach settlement, A mo and W m. Veach, local preachers in H u b bard, would sometimes come and preach at Mr. Crosby's. Noah fiddler was no doubt th first preacher, and Xhorn top Fleming or the eccentric Jacob Urubor. the first Presiding El der. Mr. timber in 1810. held a quarterly eating in Mr. Crosby' barn. H told the peo to bring their children, and leave their dogs home. One of hi young preacher on th and fish, and when asked by Mr. Graber reason, said, tha Peopl ba i not sent for io vsion sr. uruoer rvpiiea, nonoer the birds and fish, but sou so after them." men must hav tuMared ia their travels through thi. then wildernes country. Jacob Presiding Elder in 1813, say. "And to heighten our trouble through the country , the er broke ont in the camp at Black Rock, run the Lake, and spread out through theooua- Xuy c414 it th eold plague. There wa guarding against it. It was far worse thein the British or th Indians. It was al as bad as tbe cholera in later day. It its appearance ia Hartford. Trumbull Ohio. Ihe first that loll a victim to it that place was a minister by tbe name of Crjsby." Here Mr. ttregg say t ; . "Obed Crosby waatacnrsTMetbodfit blister thi;; IunQd PiS wayto'tb Western Reserve and formed the class west f the Peuasylvaaia line, in latll, the line of Veraoa sod Hartlord town sphis, Trumbull eounty, Ohio." Mr. Young "I preached his funeral (ermon and him. 1 went on te carton. rtar&ed tree jr to Hartford, tad .found, tijoUitiT eld the the acre n of what Asa of the aorta oa oath th north by th. Court, lavid and tale 18p7. i State part as N orth aotU tanas lauds survey subject Also of what Barton V l - . aitri the north on south the north parallel parallel mmy-, . . eitiiea lying. a eorp. I preached hi funeral sermon ana buned him. Went on to Toag town and held my quarterly meeting, and then returned to fttubeaville: found the cold plague il j : JH-i. V """u " was nearly a bad in Whaelin- I vjnv i. throughout the valley of the W est, and (Married thousand to their grave. I rofferrd mueh mora with cold thi winter than ever before. Some time 1 had togivefinv eanu for a BMbnfo.t. for my weary horse. I wat often entirely out of aiways iook companion oa me aad supplied my want. These pioneer preacher alway traveled on horseback, usually preached aae at least, every day ia tha weak. . r ' parn or (caonl houses. They ", --i"jviiiion wiu tne rrasbyterian, on the extent .of the atonement, election, reproba S"i.'D .I' fin1 "ranea of tne ainU. " i .v "nominal wo insisted oa deep and thorough piety. Mr. Badger would notfel Jowehip a brother in Hartford, antil he was wil ling to keep up family wor-hip. One Methodist minuter cut the buUon off the back of hi coat because their use wa called ia question One young lady, thinking that something she had : " j . , , ' Vr 2T oer-iminr a carutiao, ime d lately pulled off the article or artiole and trampled them under her feet. One young brother, at a prayer meeting, having on a new stock, and not getting along, a he thought, as usual in hu prayer, pulled itoff. saying."! can't yem, -i-uiuuion. nr. oruber told one moth er that he feared her durhu, vita h R-.n. catchers." (referring to rutBes. ring, curl. c.) . V" , " ana go to destruction. Sir. Obed Crosbr was tha mn r. mmi- r - gcuuin-1 anaee. saying "akasa" for eearce. and llMIinr' fnm Am n . . . . - i , ' -m, ww very neat. Hay bousekeeDer. and (A - f- . k-K mnuiwui iireacnera. Borne oi Her dunes were of Pawter, but looked remarkably bright and clean. The nn , h ( n I n k..m v..i.. j11 pan. with it tastefully turned and painted handle, would be filled with lira enals, and mnved about ia tha bed or beds ao that d. toe stranger or stranger, might not take cold by beiUC DUt UltO OOld r d&nin ka kk. fi had on when out from home, ar at church, in oold weather, a bright red or scarlet cloth oloak. With hood attaehad. m . lr . r. - . Show in a unny day. Such washer desire to do something for the church, that for long year after the death of her husband she would pre pare to entertain a houseful of -Quarterly .lui.uiiu wuo were present at these meet pa m ings ia those days from all part of the circuit. IfOnr Will I4rannv I'm. L . 1 t ly Called, beremembcred for soma things which she said and did . eivinr ri tn .nm. mhi.. .An gular stones. Here is ona that we heard a few days ago. for the first time. "A certain person came to Mrs. Crosby, proposing to tell her some thiug not to be told again.- tnvhirh ir- r.k. replied that she did not wish to hear it; that e could not keep asecret; and added, that she Aadtold every thing of the kind she ever heard except in one insiance. and the she forgot what u icav before she saw any body to tell it to." I). K. l.fl r'-Mm w vr vr New Advertisements. ESTATE OF ANDBEW CLARK dee'd. The undersigned baa been duly ap pointed and qualified administrator of the Es- vaio oi Anarew ctark. late ot Hawton lalls, .1UU1UIU1 VV., VU1V, UflTVHHa. DA VIS LOWRT. Adm r. Kiw-ros Fills. April 10. 1457 -3c. REWARD. I WILL PAY FIVE HUXDBED DOLLARS Reward for tha arrest and con viction ot the person or persons who burned my barn in Mowland. taenia v. April id, 18cT. I will also car FIVK HIT.SliRrn ruir.r ita Reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or parson who barn ad my store room building, corner of Main and FrnV'in Rrmar. tha night oi May 2nd. 1062. CALKB Jf AUK.. Warrea. April 10. 1867-lm NOTICE. Henry W. Husk, fnaid mrm nnVnnwnl will take notice, that hi wife. Olive M. Husk, did, oa the 6th day of April A. D-1867. nle her petition agaioat him in the Court of Common Plea, for Trambnll County, Ohio.charging him with gross neglect of duty, and willful absence from her for three years last past, and praying bo divorced from him. and to be decreed the custody of "their children Magrieand Kate, and alhmony. Said cause will b for hearing at next term of said Court , OLIVK M. HUSK, By Birch ard t Ensign, her Arty's. April 10. 1S67-6W. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that the under signed has been duly appointed Executrix of Estate of John Lewis, deceased, late of WeathersfieldXownship. Trumbull Ca-, 0. M AKY LEWIS. Kracntrlv. Apm 1U. 150j- WANTED AGENTS roa HOLLAND'S KEW WOBK XSTITLIB CHRIST & THE TWELVE oa Scenes and Events in the Life of Our Savior and xiis Apostles. BY DR. J. G. HOLLAND. Author of "Life of Lincoln." "Timothy Tit- comb s Letters." ate. With elegant illustrations on Steel by the first Artists in tne country. A work of this character, edited by tha well knowa and favorite autborof Life of Lincoln, Timothy Titeomb s Letters." Ac. will be want ia every Christian family, and cannot fail to meet with a large and rapid sale. Agents already in the field are taklmyfrom 50 luu orders per weex. n o outer boox now published sells so rapidly. Large commission given to Agents. I'or terms and territory apply IT 1 Iflll I'-AV TV.t!-t. V- oraaureea, a. sua.icuj, ruuuinsr, jaq. vY est ota bt, Cincinnati, u. April lu, lsoi-3C be it at 42 38 a 37 a 2i X)A.RTlTION NOTICE it,-,i:,..i p.... -' t i.:. H""" Lewu and Catharine Lewis hu r wife, fiancy K. uuimer. and Catharine Uulmer widow of V illian tiillmer. late of Newton Tn. J,.n f' TiT.i7.TA? I T.u if t S?". wife. Thomas r llsaimmaa and his children and by mer. whose names are unknown to the petition. of the State of Michigan, will take notice. i nomas i. uiumer, on tne otnoay oi Apru. filed his petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Trambnll County. Ohio, assinst them defendants, setting forth that tn aoove per sons named and unnamed, are tenent in com of a certain tract of land, situate in Aew ton township, eounty and Stat of Ohio, lying Lot No- VS. adjoining lands of Samuel Rior. others, containing 31 , acres of land, more less, that the petitioner is seited in tee oty, of undivided part of said land- That Nancy K. Gillmer ia seized in fee of J. and Hof undivided parts of said land. That Catharine Gilmer, widow, is seised at ali of Harmon Lewis and Cath trine Lewis, aforesaid, and of Joseph L Lovell and Lvdia. wife, of 2-6 undivided part of th aame. entitled to dower in 4: 6 ihersof tii th 1 nomas i itssimona enudren oy nis wile Maneret. aforesaid, are seised of V nudividad of said land subject to the life estate of 1 ho, liitssimon, who survived hi said Margaret, and that the name of th chil of aaid Margaret ar unknown to petition .fraying mat partition ot th premise be made, and dewar assigned to said widow accor to law: " Said petition will be for hearing order, at the next Court to be holden at arren. for tha eounty of IrumbulL on the day of Jane. A.D. 1867, aud the said de ndanu are reouirttl to plead, answer, or de mur, on or before kaatUar, or a decree will be according te the prayer of said petition. itlU.AS 1. Ull,biltti- By John F. Bearer, his Att'y. April 1(X 1867-1 w. Pursuant to aa order of sal issued to me ihe Probata Court of Trumbull County, on tth day of April, in aa action pending; in Court, wherein Allison Chew as guardian Aaa B. and Era Waldorf wat plaintiff, and raid wards defendant. I shall oner for sal tbeereuHsee, at puoue sale to tae nig nest idder. on Thursday, tbe 25th dayof April. lhoT. between the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., and 'clock p. mM ef said day, ta following descri bed Real Estate, to-wit : Situate ia the town shia ef Brookfieid. eoanty of TrumbulL and of Ohio, to-w it; The one undivided, filth Jointly 1 fhalaaa4eseTibl.aadboiinaed follows. Being part ef Lot No. 43. in said township of Brookfieid, and bounded as fol : N orth by lands of Robinson ; oa th by the aorta and soutn center aighway ; on south by lands of Phiaea Wheeler, aid on wast by ltniU ofli'ugh Mohuomory, con taining, as the survey nqw is, about eihty-nve and v roos oi laDd.saojoci iu aower laere- of Nancy Waidort. Alao tha undivided on fifth part of the fol pareel of land situate in said township Brookfieid, being part of Xet No. being is known as the middle division ef the Burton I arm, therein, devised to the heirs tUiia Waldorf, and described ia said will as follow' Ihe middle division to be bounded on west by tbe centre of the highway: oa th bv th onth line of the aorta division the east by lands of D. Xewcomb, to extend to th lot line of Lot 6s : thence w eat on outh line to the west line of said lot; thence on said lin U rods ; thence west paral lel with the north, line LiQ rodn thence tooth parallel w,tL th highway, $1 rods I thane west parallel with the north line to the center of the highway, containing LZi acres, more or let. ierms mad known on day ol sale. .ah of the eu ubv the Hc from mvu An tne and ea or U liae form omce be, be of. H. ALLISON L'HW. Gnardiajt. Taylor A Jones. . April 10, lbo7-2w AIT SALE. Pnrsnant tn an order of sal Issned ta ma. the Probate Court 01 irumouu county, on Qlh Hav nf Anril. in An action Dendine- in aaid wherein Nathan B. Tyler is guardian of A. ana jteuoen 11. Ayier wa piainus. his said wards defendants. I shall offer for on th premises, at paoue sale to the high est bidder, on Thursday, th 25th day of April, between th hoars of lQo'elock A. $J., end o'clock P. of said day, th fallowing des ribod Real Rstl. to-wit situate in the town ship of Brookfieid, County of Trumbull, and of Ohio, to-wit the one undivided fifth jointly, of the leads described and bound ed follows : Being part of Lot No. 43. io said iown'bie ef Brookfieid and bounded as follows; by lands of Eobinaoo; oa theeast as tha A snutu eente highway: on the south by ei Dineas n aeeieri aaa on tae west by of Hash Montgomery! oontalnisg. as th now is. about so acres andiil rodsof land. to dower therein ef Nancy Waldorf. tne undiviaeaone-nita pert of the lob lowina aarcel of land, aituata in said tawnshin Brookfieid, being part of Lot No. beicg 1 knowa as ta middle division of the Asa farm, therein, devised te the hair of W. u m : ' 1 . . v siueri, aaa Meeoii,ea in ssaa wiu as 10 1 lowtt Th middle division to be boaaded on west by the center of the highway ; oa the by the south tine of the north division: the east by laadj of D. Neweomb. te extend to the lot line of Lot thence west on south lid to the west line of said lot, thence oa sid line, li3 rods; theave west paral lel with tbe norLh lina.11) rotlst. til (elsiissk mul h with th highway vl rods: thenoa west with north Im totheoeoterof thehigh- cuuiajning 10 acres, more or leas. Terms mad known on day of sal. - NAI4AJi H7lt LRlt. flnardlan. Taylor JJnes, . , An of centre Main above the tne feet at thai be on ef nance oe be H. An the Srade Liak the btreet the iha points booth ?1S-1C named and Street, aid Skc. be Sua. be ia thereoL H.H. April A IX Clark, P., of A. D. thirty-six cause at! April New Idvertisemnts. Village Ordinances. Ordinance No. 106.. An Ordinance entitled "an ordinance to amend an ordinance" ettaLlithina the grade of Main Street. bic. I. Be it ordained by the Town Council of iue incorporated village or Warren. That tha graded the centra line of Main Street, between Market and High Street, be and is hereby es tablished at the following elevation above the plane or base of level heretofore established by ordinance. That is to any at a point ia the cen tre of Main Street 180 feet north of the centre of Market Street, tha elevation above tha plana or base aforesaid shall be 2o 8-lu feet, and at a point & feet north of said Market St, it shall be 28 feet, and that tbe grade between tha above named points and the point established by ordi nance aoS7.shallibe in a uniform inclinarionand all in accordance with profile of siid Main St as altered to con form with thi ordinance, and on file at office ef Mayor of said village of Warren. bc 11. That all ordinances or parts of ordi nance inconsistent with the provision hereof ba and are hereby repealed. Sao III. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the publication there- Pasnd March 23,19n7. Published in Chronicle. April S, 1SU7. vr tt m.J0,u-v L. WEEJkU. Mayor. H. H. T0WSEXD. Kecorder. Ordinance No. 107. . . . . ' I amend an tXaxnance' Establishing Grade of High Street. c. r - .. oi ua incorporated village of Warren. That tween Main and KlnMrut k, ..ji.i..i.. ...hl..l h .U. i.Tir:: ----- --..-uw m ,BV njiiuwiog eievauons, aoove i :-.r i .c,,ia uorrioioreettaoiunea i oy u romances: lhat ia uu. at tha nf I Main Str.et 3i 2D-KO feet : at a point ia the een- .;j u ,w .-.-..;., nwiuiiiiiuiOTn - " una dltki .m i i a.t mm in, centra of said MainSireet ar: 8-ln f.t- .t K. I centra of LibertysYr K fcetrtth7et .of Wish Street, opposite centre of Pins ? Sieet 36 leet . at the centre of High Street opposite Vine Street SI 2-lU leet: at tha rnntranl h;k Street, opposite Elm btreet ii S-1U feet. Aui that tha grade betweee the above named point be on a nnilorm inclination, and all in accor dance with prohle ol said High street, a altered to eonformVith this ordinance, and as on file at the ooice of the Mayor of said village of Warren. Sac. IL That sll Ordinance or parts of ordi nance inconsistent with the provision hereof, be and are hereby repealed. Sic. III. Ihia Ordinance shall take effect and be in force, from and after the publication J0HS L. TrESIS. Mayor. H.H. TO WTTSESD. Kecorder. April 3, isoi. Ordinance No. 108. An Ordinance Entitled "An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance" Establishing the grade of Vine Street. Sic. 1. Be it ordained by the Town Council of the Incorporated Village of Warren, That the frtnnVhn?,',Jin Vf Vi?. -b V bltw .??hi J" f nd " hreb3r XT labtuhed at the i following levations:above the Diane or base of levels heratofnra astabluhnd hv - l ordinance: that is to a at the north tnrmm tion of Vine Street ia the centre of High Street. 2-10 ft. at the centre line ef alley between High and Market Streets, 29 4-10 fU at centre of Market St IV 6-10 ft, at a point 19 feat north of centre. of a sixty foot street not named, 31 6-10 ft, at the centre of South bt. 21 6-10 fu And that the grade between the above named aointa. ba on a uniform inclination and all in accordance with profile of said Vine Street a an file at the office ef the Mayor ef said Village of Warren. Sao. IL That all ordinances or carta of ordi nance inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance, be and thasamearehereby repealed. Sic. III. Thi ordinance shall take effect and ia force from and after the publication there of. - Passed in Council. March 23. 1867. Jvku L. WEEiS. Mayor. H.H.T0WNSEND.Keoorder. April 10. Ordinance No. 109. An Ordinance, entitled uAn Ordinance to Amend an Ordinance Eslablishtna the grade of Liberty Street. "Sic. I. Be it ordained by the Town Council of the Incorporated Village of Warren. That the grade of the centre line of Liberty Street, be tween Lane Street and Franklin Alley, be and is hereby established, at th follow ing eleva tion above the plane or base of level hereto fore established by Ordinance, That is to say a point M feet south of the centre of Lane Su feet, at the coster of Washington Avenue 399-10 feet, at th centre of Mahoning street 65-100 feet, at a point 4S4 feet south of the centre line of Mahoning street 36 3-10 feet, at point 406 feet north of the centre of High tie. 2 10 feet, at the centre of High St. 36 leet. at point Tim leet south of the centre of said High street 35 2-10 feet, at the south line of Market St., 31 6-10 feet, at the centre of I'ranklin St. 27-100 feet, and that the grade between the above named point be on a uniform inclina tion, and all in accordance with profile of said Liberty Street on. hie at the office of the Mayor of said Village of Warren. Sec II. That all Ordinances or parts of Ordi nances inconsistent wita th provisions of this. 2jllu ect from, and be ia force from and alter the oubli- I -VT utuuH uiwBvi CHeeuui VOUDCU. . JOMS L, . WiUKS, Major. H.H.TowwstsD, Kecorder. . April 10. Ibb7. fl l Ordinance No. 110. uravnance entitled "Jin Ordinance to Amend an Ordinance' to Establish the grade of Elm Street.-. . : , Eo. I. Be it ordained by the Town Council the town of Warren. That the grade of the centre ime 01 jvtm ou. oe ana toe same i nereby established, at tha followina alavat inn. . K.i plana or base of levels hereto tore eatablish- oy vruuianocr. Anas is to say at the north terminus oi aid Direct, m IB oectre of High Street 4 56-lt.O feet, at a noint 2tl ft utuk frem the centre of hish Street S.S R.lo f .. emus vi dsrioi oireet 04 o-iu leet, at the centre of booth Street SI feet. And that the grade between th above named points be on a unilorm inclination, and all in accordancewith profile of said Elm Street, aa on file at th. olhce of the Mayor of said Village of Warren. okc II. That all Ordinances or parts of Ordi- u.uwv iutvu.i.iu vum ,u provisions nereor. aon tan saine are uereoy repeaieq. Skc. ILL. Xbia 'Ordiaanea sh.il tab . trj,t and be in force iroin and arter the pubiiea- uiuwi. iserai in vvudcu marcn A), not it tr t JuHN h Mayer. H. H. Towssxkp. Kocord.tr, AprUW, Ordinanoe No. ILL Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance" Establishing the grade of Mahoning Street. fcsc. L Be it ordained bv the Towa CannrD af lown 01 " arren, inat tne grade of the centre line oi JLanoning btreet between Main Liberty streets, be and is hcr.be aat.kii.h- at tne iouowing eievauons abov th plan base or level, heretofore established bv or dinance. That is te say, ar the west terminus of manooing oireei, in tne centre 01 main street. 4-10 feet, at a point M.0 feet east ofta. ...t of Main btreet 4A 8-10 feet, at the centre of i,iDerty Btreet aa eo-it,v leet. And that the grade between the above named point, ba on a uni inclination, aad all ia accordance i,h profile of Mid Alahoning Street, as on file at the 01 tae juayor er saw village 01 Warren. bscc. IL that all ordinances er part of ordi nances inconsistent with tae provision of this aad the same are hereby reaaavled. bee. ILL 'lhit ardinauee shall taxa affair ..s in force from and after the publicatiaa there Passed in Ceaacil. March z3, 1S67. JOHN L. WalSKS, Mayer. H. Towkskbb, Recorder. AprillU. Ordn? Np. 112. Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to Amend an Ordinance" establishing the grade of Washington Avenue. See. I. Be it ordained by the Town Council the Town of Warren. That the grade of the line of Washington Avenue between and Liberty btreets. be aad th same is hereby estab.luhed at th following elevations. the plane or base of levels heretofore established by ordinances. 111 at is to say. at west terminus ef Wehingioa Avenue, at centre of Main Street 44 feet, at a point 300 east 01 tne east line ot stain St. 44 4-10 ri the centre of Liberty Street 39 9-lOfeot. And tne grtae qesweea ineaoovenamea point. on a uniform inclination and aU in accord ance with profit ef said Washington Avenue as tie at tn omce ot tne Mayor ot said Viiiag Warren. Sic. It. That all ordinances er parts of ordi inconsistent with the provision! hereof. and toe same are nereor rspeaioa. Bsc. IIL Thi ordinance shall take effect and in foro from and after the publication there of. Passed in Council, March 23. lv7. jvnr ii. nimj, Mayor. H. Towwsxxd, Recorder. April 10, 1&67 - 24 w for -usnn the of W ar Send braid Price We sew seam still month which er Out . n LhR, Ordinance TTo- 1X Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to Amena an urainanee .esiauusning me grade of Pine Street. htcr I. Be it ordained bv the Towa Council of Incorporated Village of Warren. That the of tbe centre line of fine btreet. between and South Streets, be aad it is hereby established, at the following elevations above plane er base of leyeli heretofore estab lished ay ordinance. That is te say , at the north termination of Pine Street, in the centre of High 21 6-10 feet, at a point 200 feet south of centre of raid High btreet -!! feet, at centre of Market Mreet 31 8-lu feet, at tha 1 feet, aaa lo leetaortnoi taeoantreof btreet 'M leet. at the centre ot bouth bt. And that th trad between the above points, be oa an nnilorm inclination, all ia accordance with profile ei sain Pine aaea file at the omce ef the hiaver of V mag oi n arren. II That all ordinance er part of ordi nances inconsistent with the provisions hereof and the same are hereby repealed. III. This ordinance shall take effect and force from and after tbe pabiieetioa Passed in Council, March 23, 18o7. JuaS U. WaLKS, Mayor. To win if. Recorder. : - 10. ' th morbid aod tbe by South Blearing -plSKLYS Xmd ail in TTACHilENT. J.K. Marsh. Plaintiff against Nelson Defendant. Before James Anderson, J. Mesopotamia Township, Trumbull Coun ty, Ohio. On the twenty-ninth day of March, 1967, aaid jnstieo issued an order of At tachment ia th above aetioo, fur the tcm of dollar and .fy-two cents. ?aid will he heard on the loth day bf May, 1867. o'oloek. p. m. ' J, K. MARSH. 10, ;SoT-3t, - "VTO 1.1 patented Brass, the the sick the TO to D. He 1 T sea ried. Wue, I New Advertisements. Ordinance No- 114. An Ordinance Providing for the erection of a IStde alk on the west tide of Liberty Utreet, between High Street and Lane St. Esc. I. Bait ordained by the Town Conn si 1 ef tne incorporated village oi warren, lost to owner or owners of lot or lot, on the west rid of Liberty Street, between High Street and Lane Street, ba and are hereby required to baild a aide-walk in front of said lot or lots said walk t be six teet wide, and bailt ot hard brick, (tone or good oak plank, not leva than on and one-half inches thick, nor mora than eij ht Inches wide, said plank laid crosswise and well fastened to pot lee than three suitable oak bearers with iron spike. - Sso.II. That said owner or owners shall lay down said side-walk, or cans tbe same to be done, by the first day of June next. (1S67) and if said owner or owner neglect so to do, it h all ee me aury el the street Commissioner to pro- ceea ana uy down the same, a provided by an ordinance passed alar it A. D HM. Sec. III. Thi. A..iin".. .k.:i .ri mA he in force froman) fr tk.nnki;..;n. t K-. wt. wnu ia t,ODDCll. 111KO Zl. Pto;. n. JOHH L. WhEJid. Mayor, H.H.Towtkjsxd, Recorder. April 10. 1&67. TTTELCOilE TO JEJJXr. ,f Toa Naughty. Kaaghty Men She Called me Cbarly Dear. 4 3. dre. Ana manv-otner eood and new th inv. . u ams', a well as the largeM stock of W aU Paper -uu tu uwi cuuie ana elegant patterns, body says so. -a-l nnOD vmn .XT-Tk m , r m t- I I '-LLV-'0' -a ajw iaoij) Uii hjby esrriages. ar on band at ADAMS' "0K STORE, and the prettiert border for S n M INT5T P 1 Tfl R'H CITP f ..m.l.m.l.m.m. v,. u ' - ' Wl r-u REAL ESTATE . J.-r Ik. ,) la wj - --i, mm. 1B roeate court ot irumbull t'o, Ohio. In tursnance of an order of the Prnhai. Cnrrrt of . . .... . . - irnmbull i.ounty Uhio.l will offer for sale at of f'j" J,etion- ? llh d" of 18bT. t k" c.'??k- P- mJot 'Vd,d' ,uPn tn Promises. the following described Heal Estate, situate in tne townsaipoi ttraeevuie, lrumbnll Co. Ohio, to-wit : Part of lot lo. 11. in tract in said Township, and known aa the north part of the term ol said Joan Hood, deceased: bounded east by land of 0 L. Miller, and lleman Rood, wet by land of Erastus Lane, and extending so far south to include the Niche in said farm (so called; and contain about twenty acre of land. j. ruLiMJ.H. Adtarr. of tbe Estate ef John Kood. dee'd. AprU 10. 1367-tw A TTACHMEST. d- Celia Gould. Plaintiff, vs. IehabodR. Kaoaan, ueienaant. tseiore eimon btorer, J. t .r H,MtiMi TAB.k;. t k .. m n n V . hv. v m. v u.m ip, 1,,UIV,1I WUULJ V. On tbeKh day of March. A. D. lsr7. said Jus tice issued an order of attachment ia the above action, for the sum of two hundred and eirhtv- eightaad 63-100 dollars, and the same is set for hearing, Jon sth at 10 o clock a. m- before said Justice. CE1UA UVLXmU. By K. S. Hyde. Att'y for Plaintiff. April 10, 1867-3t T7STATE Ol WILLIAM KING, deceased. Soliee is hereby given, that tt nndersigned have beea appointed Exceptors of thelart will and testament of Wi.liaia iung. i..- i u i j 7, Jr! lOl. v mm 1, If innw, v.,ueo u. JA5IE3 F. KIJTfl , . . , CHAKLKS B. HU5T. Warren 0, April 10. 1867-3t XTISS iLE MOTHER, EISS JLV-Yoar Darling a most beautiful new ong ey tiee. i . aoo.jusi receivea at . ADAMS' HOOK STORED TITATCHiyG FOR "WILL. If A most toaching'new aong.jnst pub lished, at . ADAMS iSUOJk. biUiUi. M y Mother iU so Before me. I'm a ray and Gvelv las. A little more than twenty. And by my comely air and dress. Sweetheart I can have plenty. But I'll be beware, of wedlock snare. Though dying swain es adore me. The men I'll tease myself to pleas. . My mother did so before me. Just out at ADAMS' BOOK STORK. Jos. Gillott's Steel Pens, OF THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY. Tbxdb Mask : CARPENTER'S LINCOLN, uatiwwauij JOSEPH Or Descriptive GILLOTT, K am Deeig-'Wsu-raaiteel. sating Number The well known original and popular Numbers, tS 404-170-3OW Having beea assumed by ether Mints, w de deir to caution the public in respect to said imitations. ASK t OR aiLLOIT'3 A TTTTITM ? An injunction was granted WUU AlUll .-bytheSupremeCourUNew oral at ueneral rerm, J anuarv. Ittb7. against the use by others of tbe 29 UMBER du3. JOS. BILL0TT4S0N S. Ko. 91 John St, Sew York. HENRY OWEN, Sole Agent by 3 inches, told only by (rent at $4.75. give, expense paid, for two new subscribers one year. or oi e for two years. ($6) to a tivnir,' a popular, and th be Family Monthly in the country. C. SCRIBNER A CO- Broadway. "St. T. TEE ARCTIC FREEZER. New Improvements for 1807. SIZES 1 TO 35 QUARTS. Send for Illustrated Circular. E. S. & J. Torrev, 72 IhTaldess Lane Blew Tos-at. WELLS PATENT self-feeding eirenlarband saw for sawing or ripping lumber. With aid of this machine, ona ess doaa th a war k five with ease, great accuracy, and much leas waste. For circular enclose stamp to I. J. elLLS. SI Beekman St.. New York. ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS, SELPnO'S PATENT. The best the World affords. litablished 28 years, bead for circular. n M. 5ELPDO A SON. No. 518 Broadway. N. Y- Upposita S. Nichol- Hotel- a.j.HlH4.i!i,Sisf- Brrvairms -n: u , j -. ...U.O, H,(WII UU vTother splendid rifts fnot braasl frmm a .11 NoBlanks.no humbug. A rift to everybody. two stamps to "BANNER, "HiasdalcN H- WANTED AGENTS 975 to S3C0 per month, everywhere, mala anJ female, to introduce throughout the United States, the OBN'MXE IMPROVED COMMON SENSE FAMILY ShWIKG MACHINE. Thi machine will stitch, hem, fell, tuok, quilt, bind, and embroider in a most superior mannr. only $18. Fully warranted for five year will pay 1.01X1 for any machine that will a rtronger, more beautiful, or more elastic than ears. It ckee the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch a be cut. and th eloth cannot be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agent from $15 to $JJU per aad ex peases, er a commission from twice that amount ean ba mada. Address. SaiCOMB A CO- CUveUnd. 0. CAUTION. Do not be imnooad a nan bv atb- parties palming off worthless nut-iron chine, uader the tame name or otherwise. it ta only gemia and really practical heap maohin manufactured. Ob a than !inn F0R A BRICK MACHI58. timpl. SJAUWal69with tampering boa and moulds Warranted to make 15.0U) bricks bar dav. af a n.i.i;. Alrl . s-u W J. cu i-Crir Bucyrus, Ohio. Consumption Con ba Cured. Tna Tsra Rmnr at list Drarvtwaaa rrasa's Kiisa Mbat Con. Prepared from formula of Prof. Trouuean of Paris, can. Consumption, Lang diseases. Bronchitis. Dyspepsia-Marasmus, General Debility, end all conditions ef the system dependent on deficiency of vital farce. It is pleasant to taste a single bottle will convince the most skep tical of its virtu as th great healing remedy of age. $1 a bottle, or six bottles fur $6. Sent Express. Sold by S. C. UPHAM. 5o. 25 bight btreet, Philadelphia, and princi pal Draggista. Circulars sent free. WAXTED SALESMK5, to sU an article desirable at every good house. M en are from $160 to AA1U per month. For fur ther particuiard address C. I. MATTESOjr. Grafton, 0. BCCHTJ' TH2 CVR5 for Pain VVeaknsssia the Back aad Loins; and lhos complaints resulting from derange ment of the kidneys and urinary organs. Sold large bottles by the druggist. HARRAL. a.ioai.1 ec iv.. n aoiesaie Airnggista. Chambers SU K i'ork. A. that for offer . X. a motto has ecutor of N WANTED. SOAP f NO WATER ! NO SLOP l Brown 't Glat Cleaoing Polish, Oct. It). ISoo. for cleaning and polish ing Windows.Jlirrora.aoId, Silver-plated ware Copper, Tin. 4fc A new invention of greatest practical worth, convenience, and eoocoiay. Isdispensible to all private house keepers, hotel-keepers. Ac. Large discount to trade. For full particulars audrest CM. BROW X, 74 Bleeuker Street, 2T. Y. What mill It sle-r it the frst Inquiry tha make concerning a medicine. Suppose Tabbast'b SsLTisa ArtaiBNr it the subject of interrogatory, what then t biaply thu re ply. I( will Relieve aad aura headache, Bausaa. flatulence, Berveuraeas, eostiveaasa, debility, biliousness, and indivestioa. SOLD iii DKLijiiiilS VKRXWHRX. CQXSUMPTIVES. Tou wUl get the re cipe for a sore cure for Coughs. Colds. Can sumption, and all lucff complaints, by sanding AlE, Mo. 381 Pearl Street, S ew York. seads it free. Write fur it. It ha cured thousands. beea Out The ' Josh Tha Tbe The Tha All Jan By oat County. publie le W A. D.. o'clock. -fart ersfield Ohio; south-east north thence fiost; inks TTTIUTT-Tl Sn..a tfl rtTrt i , v'a..,4,v -i.i. icuis, male i , , and female: tsA a month made by aotive 1 ' energetic agents, eeitrnt six new and use- t fnliaveationa, all hoasahold article easily car- A Addrett CaiaaT A Bv2iiai. Cleytland. f ' ' i New Advertisements. Royal HTina Lottery of Cuoa. Drawn once la seventeen days. Prise cashed and information riven Highest rates paid for Doubloons and all kinds of Gold and silver. flio. LrHAM.63N.Main Bt, Providence. B.I. Xortfc Jaerican Sttinsul fo. OPPOSITION LIKE TO California via Nicaragua. EVERY 20 DAYS With Passixgeis, Fiiioht. axd C. S. Mails. OS THE FOLLOW IXG FiaST CLASS STIaXSBlrS Oa Atlantic Ocean. B19TIAQ0 DS CTBA. SAN rhANTIaCO. iiit Aft.tuia. BAalUlA. AMERICA. MOSES TATXOB. ARRASKA. NaVADA. 'staaace Freight at Kedtieeel Rauteev SAILISa DATS FROM NKW YORK. January 10 30. IfflT Aprfl rtlth. 196T February 20th " May 10th 30th - March 10th k 30th " Ijune a -And every twenty dav Hinna.. the Saturday prvieawha a Regular bailing Dayeemesea Sunday. For furtaer inform, tion acoly to the SuJLTU AUVHr.iv SliAMSHIP CO W V IT WTTtTt VrmmtiAmmt t X -.1 T1 TtT V r -m. n i.-T".- . .. mm. . m. i;. . t,iiai.ijiu.ii, Art. 177 VV est St, cor. Warren. N. I. SURE PILE CURE Dr. Gilbert's Pile Tastrument, for the radical eare of Pile, ptolapsus. .. without an operatioa or medieiae relieves the worst ease ia 6 minatae. and has never failed to effect a per manent etrre. reed tor circular. Bold by druKgut generally. Di coaat to deaiera. Aaenta wanted eyrwhere. Sent by mail ea receipt of $4. J. B. Roa ah i. Manager. 575 Broadwav. N York. IMPABTIAIs SUFPEEING. Neither Wealth. TteSnement. Station, or Con dition ar exempt. Tut PHIL0T0K FN. or Females' Friend, ex pressly for the benefit of female suffering from hysteria, nausea, nervous irritability, dis tressing aDDsehensiona and all thnmrn trnnKl- some complaint that invite premature old ago. and render life miserable. Descriptive pam phlets sent on receipt ef postage stamp. HAR RaL. RISSL A CO, lilCaambers St N. Y. LADIES, discard injurious paddings. Mima JCMIt.'a Mm.Drii R.iu . -n biisgy liLCVAToa develops the form physiolo gically. Depot. 3o3 Canal Street. K. Y. bend stamp for txetaise. Sold by Druggists. The metropolitan Collar, SOLD BT A. T. STEWART & CO.. Broadway. Chambers and Read Street. N. Y $1 A From O. or $ig to $30 par Day.ean easily CIvoe made the vaarronnd aWiaAui in & aew business, light, pleasant and honorable, and no eomoetitioa. OmJ mw.i;. . . (Ladies and Gentlemen) ar wanted to repre- -sent as la every City and County. rare eaaaee to make money and penKireaf tmptovment is offered to every person haviag a few hours daily to spare. For further particulars please call oa or address. tt. W. J AC KSON C 0. U South Su Baltimore Md. H. W. JOHNS' WPriOlD JIGOriYG Fas beea ia naa 10 vaara. anil baa . l-- l- than ail ether kinds of Composition Roofing combined, tlaelio Hiaeral Cesssesit. for Repairing Leaky Shincie aud other Roof. PreservitW Fatal, Rvofing Ceanesit, ee. Exclusive right ta sail and .nnl. mill k given. Send for descriptive eireulars, erica. o,to H.W.JOHNS. William Street. N. Y. Don't be Deceived By interested partis, telling, yen we are not . . selling 'ahnestwk s BEST Lead AT - FOUR DOLLARS! And we gnarntee each Keg to be surpassed by Best le.id in HJarkt t ! $4,00 Per Keg! s. p. sixiTirs NEWARK VARNISH! PAINT, SCRUB, WMteWash Bnisliss ! ALSO. IHS LARGEST STOCK 0? Garden Seeds ! Warranted Fresh Seeds 1S87. Hojt, Stratton & Ilapgrood. HALLOA THESE!! iTbits the Rash ortr to Rebbiu' Tbe Faraaerei and tbe) bnt Bloe4. eel Meek Uereea liiere, Tbata avll 1 I HAVE A VERT TI2TB Havblktoiav Bills irom rtysdlik Steek. a thoroagiiered Aidallab. ar a ana youaa Bia Boi.t af Boss Mnr.n atp.i. .It. young thorough bred SrasiSH Jack, which enable m to show a better variety of Stock eaa be found in northern Ohio. . as. ROE BINS. Newton Fall. March 13. lodT-im. mm Greenbacks cante Saved at MlHOI.IflGCO.CAP.RIASEnCTOaY (Seven mile soutk ef Warren, near Ohlton J P. TAYLOR, Proprietor. WOULD ReBpeetfaHy inform his old enatomere aad tha adHIm i..m.ii. owing to t bed mead for work at my Factory the last three "years, I was obliged to in crease my business, aad I am now prepared to to the public . Buggies & Carriages ManufaetBrad front the heat materials the mar ket affords. - . . B. I am snring thi season, nothing but the Amsterdam and sUoebnor Casteel bp ring. Bir mingham solid collar AxeL Persons in want ef no. 1 Buggy er Carriage will save money by examining mv stock before purchasing, lly is small profits and quick sales. , 11 work warranted. I March 17, ISoT-fw. T7XECUT0B'S NOTICE. ;' - JLjotice is hereby given that thBBdertIgaed) been appointed and qualified as Hxr of the estate of Salomon V. Case, dee d, township of Mscca. Trumbull Co0. April 3-3t. ALCASi. ixeentor. EW BOOKS. The following new BuallasrloBs kae. received at tae M arren Mews iepot of Town, by P.arai iiray. x Felix Holt the Kadioal. Crumbs from the Round Table, Raand Hearts, by the autbero stsatitir.' Weed Letter. Woman our angel, hj A. S. Roe. Laos. Veneris, by Saweborne, ITwnio, jManby's Divert View and Opinion. Billinr, hit Book. , .. Suaay Bank, by Marian Harlav4, Story of Kennett. by Bayard Taylor. Bigelow Papers, by Lowell, W ay of the World, by Oliver Optic. Parlor Stage, for private Theatrieaar. - Amateur rao.aa de do. Jiew Books received as acGa. at publish ei. 30, lbti 7 W. Xi, jTV. F. P0RIn. SHERIFF'S SALE. WUliemIl.Heyca.-l vs In Trambnll Coanr Xxr. ef David Mvrrls) man Pleas. virtue of aa enditiuai Sxpoaas, issued of the Court ef Common Pice of Irumbull Okie, in the aUi.ve named ease, aad to madireeted and delivered, I shall expose to sale at theaeuih door of the Court Hoase. arren. 0.. on katuiMiay ttao 4th 4fejr er Kay, im. between the hour ot eae and thsee, P. 11. of laid day. tha folloBiaT de ecrtbed Real Estate, to wit: oi lot io(U in the township tr Weath ia tbe county of TrumbulL, aud state of bounded a follow: Commencing at the corner of William Heausland; t hence luv1. R. live chain and 66 hoks to a post : nor la 54 W W. (.V chains (An links te a thence south UO-'i) W. to) chain and I65 ta a post; theoce south H'sK. to the place. . - , ..... . beginemg, containing two autet aad thirty , JTV"? i M Termifajh. bani gOdiee, S. M. LAIR IX SVff. arrtn. Ape. i, 1807.