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TfT- fTTK ni:-i'iLio 1 1 WW -S:l r. .TiO'J'iiiW ..'all Warren, Ohio. June 26, 1872. 7 j.; fx "r- r BUSINESS DIRECTORY rTTESTERSRESERTE CHR05ICXE If Published svery Wednesday morning, la Kmptre Block, Market Mt Warren W. (trrsxu Editor and ProorieUn. T3IBLES AX D TESTA ETTS at the AJaHmaicn of publiai tug them, lor sale hy toe TmcuBmCo. Hiblb Soci'ktt. at all J t de:MwitfTri Uiiwitiiool tne county. AU .lLe Rtvies a no pri.- published by the -e'";r"'CB ibleSoEietv,Stpt constantly on if '..": Central Lepoctur.v st Hapgood ni . rrn. jiar.n ku. is.-uth Bids f Conrt 1 f sauitrej Warren, O. unly ISTl. LOT, Physician and Surgeon, Tr-rf-nl residencea f-w rods Sc-e-tb A'..:.tkic Oreat "Western I--pui, wttt-r.- : - .' au be eorMMtted pm;esionaiUjr. V,riu.u. ADTiiJ0 iHl-tt .- IJeutist - Office over ,8. C. Chryst A Co-' new meat market, , r,ipnKite the Court Uoaae. Market St.. War f njkla, c- -. Ian. . lTO-t t -'C?. Dentixt Has L ' IoGflpmdrtl toremAin fn'WTTen1tnd can 't ioandat h:soid roonia lortiie lutura. GF.GKPE P. HUYTEB, Attorney at Law,Offle in Vaniiordpr Block, Vrket St.. arrea. Ub lo. iF eo. Z is" -U- U CILUIEKf Attarney at Lav, ani notary Jnblic. Kewton ratia. o. TT D. JilLES, Attorney, at. Law, 11 .Gibbon. Buffalo connty, Nebraska. . JiTpractiae In tbauprerae. Pisyio. d A A tl'iwriWiM-arieVaMk- ST K. h. Trw, Probai Judge, corner of Court ftnd Piraf ilTMlt. r, t J tine 5. 1K72-IL : Iain A trt Bank, vt:Virt, UoAe. Jan.i.lB7U.. ; '",-' v iS.DrenjB0!re,'Dentist8, tM 1rTUra(r rrtiLr, WiWdasa, li ui HnmooKUOnon Hleh Street at tue.kaadnrnracly caapieaejr iwHaruaooj ..: . a7M , :i . ... - . .lr.iar I' re-" in won r Ml 'aTtWPfima-' nriWiTTT KPT. IT? rfArnpvn at k iiiw -OrtW-e JlrniNaMonaLSank j -f hiiCTsUM. M RUy. ifront tn T" -J- j IJI05 I WEBB, , Jfotarjr Public, - . XVFesnoB aad Ewoniy Agent, and Ftre ...a Ufa lasiwaaca Aenl. Dwellings sad &J'aa sjroerv-.icaura fior one, Uite or five .yeanir atw rnu. jnmrJ assets rpp- ..-est-uiftO, okeru.iua.(M u. umce n w cud s itockTStaLia-. Warren. O. (Jan 3, W72. , SUock.qaL. Warren, 6f (Jan 3, ma J - vw : . 1 1 'M r-VW sfnt .. PmIiImim AnnH afcitt of :!ar:etee, wo-rs - KdB. vtcniar atsenaan pete so u Jan, 6. KCO-lyT. T R. F. 1. BIERCE. 1 Physician mndSoTceoa.Ofn.-eln 6ptl!2'i Biork, V ish BUeev , 1 -J I, I !. v. O TAB. J. R. SELS05, PttysiebUi fcnd if Snrgeon, office east of First Nat. Bank. Jare'faoaja.rtara TtcWB'elocfc, a. m.. and Homcppathlcr Jn.2i i.Vl .RTF. MTXRS, PhyBfoian and Sut- lonse. Entrance otr uoeriy street, umce toars.- frcra 1C ro B, s--m.: 1 p. i.Aesldence, earat efciiigh d rbestnut J. VACTBOT. TBAD, ACXLZT. . T7"ACTR0T ACILET, Suoce9orH to r V- Van trot Co lteaieis la Watchea, 1 "H ewelry aiMnoriw Market 8 msVWw ren. Ohio. - - - t-"-1 w ia 4.Ta Connseliers stlw, . Otf.ce orer the x LV x?ltan tore Bank of Fresujui A iant, on Market il tyfT t A Ohio. i Jan. f WTO. i i I t.fx--j t n "J. CO WD LET. JLXtjrBPT &t Xaw, J a Office earner of M1U and Main St., Mies. Ohio. .. ., et18 Ji-t iSraSO, licensed dUBtyad: ijaCr-ABCthnew. Sauafaotioa guaran tred. Enonlre at my store.'corner of Main sal Franklin Bt reels. Warren. P. pr. ltijy , T B. TTLER, Manufacturer and a uoufruwiDiiAiun.riHULV.DUEij "Apparatns, Lnwirit Maiin-s. c, - tua L, warren, Obio. -r Jen. lli7l-tf R fc. 3tTXK. ' ? BT. I.RiBTBB. -i. s W F PCETERy Dealere V aad atisceUaneoua Books, Wail rMia, Periodicals, Pam Rlationai -vuu.. ml ik iv York Buok Htora. Main 8U. H8. R0BBF5S, Votary Public. 'rJ,J87Wrr LTUuossniuiU WarjK. Ohio. ocsal;i-Iri. of r at 1 .fit in : of sold W. B. HAIA, r. J. SLSCKBT. ' TT AJU ft. MAXXE X, 3LuuacUirers 1 I r D.n-, .nt iiaaJers in Baddlery Eardware, Trunks, Valises, TrawaltngBaga, s 11) pa, nurse ciauaete, raouios uu j saddlery. No. g, Market Street, War. eo. C j VTTlUTTLEsElfi ADAJIS, JTire kaJ f Life insurance Agent, warren, uora. 1 Merehandlze-and other property Hisumd ta tie beat inmtaiiieL on favorable terms; Farm property. Isolated Dwellings, and their urniutro insured, ior ane .three and five years, omce In McCsmDs ana smtui'i ohkk. CC HeSUTT, Houst, Biirn, . Ornamental Painter. Grainer. utKVsev rjioos;.tfsiiifciu e.im. and Ac Ohio. T . DAWSOS, Mayor of the City 1 ajt'anwn. Civil Jurisdiction ssaie as 3ilueef the Peace' for the city, and crimi nal JcatssearttoB taraughoutctty and i silly. Also lor Cleveland Cement SeweT and lraln Ph)ws ail aizea. ; tiaaAlaTl . VRE3rSf;j( A (JOIST'S X. L. C. R. 'Oanlape "Ftrk, arvew, ehew msnw turers of" Carriage. Brig sles, -Wagons. Kleighs, and specialties. Ail orders from any nnrtnelhetfouatr,, piofaptly auended to. Pal ruing. Trimming and Repairing done t'.o order on the Bhorteet nottce, ekwitrr of Canal. UaB.D72. 'PO THf tAREKSOFflLBCtl v , JL coastr.- u. a. xieau&c Ages, ior umo " a-jtirmers InsuiwnceCompRnv; resldenreone sioar Bwrthflf Kaaioaas Milan q W siren, O. fc&um of inaurance lower, and aecuruy heu MrtuftS Buy other responsible company In sjinaaens A'wJWnid see -hi a, tednes now- ka-i I j. KJKjfiJ TQj-rw.g- kri. 1 J.BRACmr, It P., Eclectic Phy ,lclan and gmrgeoav PBTticBSr vuen lion psM tathsi tEejomnot of Canoers and aU chronic diseases. Jii.ce over S. L. Hunt s Mfcoe Store, on Market.st. "o. JO. BealUence oa tsie eeroeroJ Ltoerif nd Wiuogua rurnets, Mtmsi.iJlika 1 ttiatt 31 jvi k DOLTHTS ilRCTER, iiealer Jn Y-Miiiioal Mrcliand:zof all descrijitloca, but Piauoa, Organs, Meiaaaons, Violins, 4adieBadeasl01aroaeua, flsi ta,FUea, DrMBS. Piano-apreedx. Pi&n0stoo, aheet snusn ViMirt frtr-'-i. Vlolia Wrinya, MW MflaiH, ac Sr. btorein Weob a Block, oi Boast Store. rr Uau, S 187C B.K, WACXS. nr. B.jjffllJX. .!- WALXl , VVTlUiEZ, LESLTE CO., Run ' ' T .r. Ci Hill. Ohio.' UpaLars Governao siwwriUea, Foreiawaad boraa tie Fxchasoe. Ao44eotif4 made. Inter nllnwedonyllsJfet, Jisn. yy. . Bmls -- a, W1 (jr.-oorr tie Half tiu , ioin the me apoa door 1 at king lu and in eat of norti south II J. W. Cheney. A-aV. rnilt, wiH au eminent corps of assiataota. Txxn;rsv of stndv. Normal and( laaslcai, !prine jrqu begins Mardu 9iih For clrcularR and res - v n: A.-m fnsr.wt, pwt. no. of office six be tone to miBC-ral the nr, -thunsaud for OctiS !TI-lyr HarUord.Tru m bullOo.. WARBES TEMPLB 50. 29, 1 1 Uororand Tempen-nae. meeiaafOood Templar's Hall. In this city, every tralarday nlghu All desirous of aiding in promoting I he tempera cacaaar. e ich isAbana ue of God and hnaaity,-av. In Wsda attend with ns. JAS. LEONARD, W.C T. M.T. BALDWIN, W. K. laa fft, ms-Iyr . . ;;.'.. - v i 1 1 . j. ) 1 . " : . 11 1 ! . .r.e.HTTTCHnrs, bv at. xtrrrus, J. b.stcii. TTUTCHESS, TUTTLE k 6TULL, YJL Attorneys at Law. ofnee over Smith TETlier't wire, aoraer-wf Main and Market javSBOj. M arron, Utiio. j y. tJaa. 111. 14-tt. the be - C T7XAsinrATI05S OF TEACHERS. JJjL'ntil fartbAr notice, there will be an ' ' examination of teachers at the High School baliaug La Warren, ata ths first Satardayof .every moots dunug ute year, excepting that during the months of April and Sep tember, there will be an examination on each aucceedlng Saturdsr, as follows; e'krst Smrdsy Payon'M irnrBS oond. J Jooiaiiaui third, Bristol? luurti: WaxttB. olios Is hereby gives of the aaoplioa of the following rule, which will be strict ly adhered to ?Alt certificates hereafter s-ranted by thsad, shall he dated, QlC te day of ,exaniinaLion, except that In special cases for good reason, certifies u-a may be dated back, bnt In no case beyond tbe dale of tbe arevtaus exAmiamion j , , - iii--. u 7 order of the Board, GEO. P. HUNTER, Clerk. tR'arren. O. Feb. 7 T3-Ivr. T ef that Sled in tbe that lewlag---desert said No. No. No. tri lie. or of aald is for uwjwi men! Said it7 t- HolrriPi itore. c a. daiuiio. i r. oiura XKl,INCr & QILliER. XTiiAcm, riixBL. ToreHio;Ri:iT, - CBCBCB MM, USUAL B1MK Ooal and Black. Delivered to any part of the city at the lowest current ratea. Office on west aide of Mala St.: M door north of Mahoning Pepot. AUn .gnulnr - a Terms Cah oa Dell very. . , r lO. COAL! COAL!! COALll SOMETHING XEW FOH COAL BL'VEliS. I anail keep a aiock of LUSIP, K'JT, m sucx ccu . On band. on and aOer February hit. and ball be glad to ee all of ray old cwkiman, and any quantity of new onea, will aell With the tollowlng indnoetnentar fin all orders for one ton, accompanied by tiie ewsh, 25c. dtHcount. and will, as twatl. firoroptly deliver the name, lnalde tbeeitr imim. I nave taken tbe Intereat of C it. An&itadt In the enl hmlni ni t.o prornptsesaand rplr dealing, rball Mxlvato merit yocr patrr-nntre. uoaaoracean Main 8t-at tbe rtetare Boomi of C C AicNutt. HKNRT BICHMOXD . Jan. 3L. l73-in E X C RA JS. QJE B A X K - - rV'JK.V, OH6 K DEAI-EBSiy Byv.IV-ra araWeatfVak Ihjtei. aaiallhrttwf J laterestiDoirew oatlntc Depo.lti. Collectlona and all bnslnasa Qonnected with ""RftnktTlff nrCTm?it"v flinrirf 11--. BEVEJTCB 'STAMPS FOR 8 ALE Mrrlpl. 1871. CL AYTON" Ei EIOH, a -m , . icsaxssica "iicrr tsst, ' VTOTICE.-' J. Harmon Bitchart. whose residence la suknenjt Hereby aaeal Mmy Ann Rltrhsrtdidaoe tetdny wf nn.Ai D. l7t tie her etuton la tae office of tbe i.lerortbertroanM rteasof tbe euatyof Tiwnwall, scatevf UaM,cbars;inc mm witn aesertion ana witrai aDsence ior Kiorn than three vesrs lart past, aa axklna; UiaS she mnv be divorced Srom bliix Strthe emstody of W4Msai T toeebild aa-elM aun ties, aUmony and other relief. Said petition will be Joe hiarlcg at the nest term of aai4 wourt. . . uabi A9,i KrrtnMtr, ..JnneOan-O. bj- Taylor Jones, Aily"a. I!T FLOUR, GRAI5, SEEDS, Dried Frulrt and i-" VdweB,'i' J ti PearlStrent J - JIEW YORK. Liberal Cash advances made an Consign' snenta, Send for Market Beport. June 5, I72-lyr AGENTS WANTED. .:.. ....... . .:: . . ...in. ROMANISM AS IT IS. A-?XP0eilIf0XF-THE RO K CaUtoi io-ayatem, tor Ihe use of tuiaerieai-jenpiaar- lbraataaj a fnll account of its origin and development at oomeiuutraaiiuwiei 14a aistinouve fea tures In theory and practice; lis character istic tendencies and aims; its statistical and moral ositloB'l and Its "special rela tl'Mis tr Atoa-ican lnstttutious aad Jlber. tma. " By Rev." Samncl W. Btirnum.TEditor tbe Comprehensive Dictionary 01 the Bible. Aftentsnhto granted for 'Emlneat Woman oithe Aire.- WeH adapted to lady eanvaseera." rarther toformnfcton nd deee Osnneettent Publishing Caw. Raven na, Portage Co Ohio. rjoe,,ajis,A r rf T 7 i 4 WOCLD AXKOUKCE TO THE llisens-rfRismd5arrondlnff vicini .1 bat 1 hfeve apened an Cadartaker Bhon my isaideace sotuh-ot the sis t ion, where am preparea 10 iurnisn all sinns 01 RIAL CASKS, Trimmings. Ac. I would also announce that I have the best Hearsa tbil part of the country, to attenat nil funerals that may need my attend nee. If ay an soadllvUid aa to need those articles tbey wlil be furnished promptly and In .good style. ,,. ...... - . FB.OK A. SBCDEK. Bsirg H1U. May 14 ls7Smo "- it p New Drug Store in Kinsman. tbsn RUG STORE. JCST OPEXED y Bracken at Fell, where will be kept nd. at all tiroes, a aenerai assottment ail kinds of drags of the best quality ,-jid at reasonable profit. In connection, a general aflBortuie&t. of Groceries. of tbe ckieeHlJecHoij putt baKxt-iD tue city of f l j.- i, wiu ne no, a set zcmit pay ana aibftll brodt. 3jo. teii by the 1st day of 7.- rne Commlasioners mervn jir, , Jewelry, , Kacufactary MISd .S. E. OOBDOX. respectful ly annooJweB that a tie still continues business of nlnuuctnringa41 kinds of Jewel iw, WbUJ1 Chain, Minn. Ear nniai. Ar-itnad to erIr.n t!ie shortest and kt HvrDg 'Talea.' twrrch,' Curls Braids, of ail descriptions and colors, eon stantiy kept on hnd. ' Rooms over Hull at tease Koae ntnre, ftrrt steps sonlhcfMo Coonell's. W:n iTarren, Ohio. Apni a. ia- .' t-v ! at to : OHERIFF'S SALE. OThe State of Ohio, Trnmbnll Ooanty, as i-MiussBa stagey, -) 1 la irons noil torn 1 LdvleUsL J . iLlI I'ivll By virtue of an order of sale issued out Court of Common Pleas, of Trumbull Otanty ohin, la tbe above saaMd -rase to directed and delivered, 1 have levied andaoaii esjpiiHn topobiie aale at ths of the Court Aooae in the city of War ren, Ohio, oa SaUrdsy, JJaly 6, A, P. 1872. 1, v t-iw . j. ui miu nap , ur described laads &nd. teneaiesu, Situate toe townsnipoi AiuoDard, in saia county State, being a certain Lot of land and btttlaitigB BBiaM tlMisoa, and knovl aa t ol Lot jo in the original survey of Lota said Hubbard, commencing at the north- of Dart of aald Lot 56 aa now William Brisbine. and in the corner named hv fatesof tha-nossh aad aonth eeoter road said linbbard; thence west 12 rods; luenee 7- rods: t-henen east 13 rod; thence 7 rods 10 me place of beginning, con talsttig M rodsof land. . -Appraised at lllnju. Terms Cash. . , O. V. mr-KINgON SherifT. "KhartfTs Citf (K-.M Arief . fj Jane, j itrJ-ts. BRIDGE XOTICE. Notice la hereby given that the Com luimdooers of Trumbull County, Ohio, wiU receive seated proposals up ta iz o'clock in. the 3d day of July. 1S72, at tbe Auditor's of said courity. Sir taa construction of awrought Iron Bricsv of one hundred and ty-iaur 'feet sp&uwith eighteen foot roadway. aross tbe Mahoning river In soBtapartof Warmncily.. The flooring to two and one-half inches thick, and eight incheswlda.se belaid Jifcgoajily. The Joists two and one-ihslf inrlifs ti. ii.lt and twelve Incht-s wide, and to be laid twenty Inches asarafrnsa eeater to center. All the lumber lobe tbe best of live oak. The Iron he all well painted with two rents of n;ni-. AU the materials t he of tbebentquaila-.ia4 t!a work-tofcedane in moattborough and rforkmaolixe man- and lie orulge ws-aU-d inreverv rsspnct f kBBBaauatalaiag power sff lao pnanda per filial fx(. The con tractor to xi ve xood aad aufficient security i-he perfurmauceof the eoo tract .and the J : au JH- ; -alamaoi' drr tbe rlglit to reieet any or all bids. Bids to ma4e hovb with and wiiliool walka. ..' , E. A. REFD. I. B. PAYNE. , JLHA8. HAiMHMAN. J t Votimy Coramamlooer. JA. D.'KfssxPtI Auditor. June 4, Wi-at. EGAL X0TICE1 . . " IjGeorge McDonsId who reaiaea In Orand Rapids, Mich.; Martin McDonald who re sides in Tltnsville, Pa., and Charles McDon ald. miBor.wboresUlaaui bdrat-law Wta. U-McBooald. ascM, wfl 1 taxe notice C, t. Graham, Adm'r of Wm. L. Mc Donald, dee'd. on the nth day of June, 1S7J, hiaDetiiloa la the Prshata Oowrt. with aud lor tbe noanty of Trumbull, Ohio, alleging that me personal ejtslc ef said de cedent la insulnelent to pay his dokts and charges of administering on his estate, be died aeised in fee simple, of the fol- ! real astntc.. aiwatea in caunty be 1 dtHte aforesaid, hounded as follows: on tiis north y -iiewoer's Lot, 2; on the soaU) bf George Troup's Lot 4; ou the west by Gargs Troup's land, andoutbeaaat by First, e-Ueet, beixig Lot a In the flrnt division of lots In Earlear and eomatns 4 7-IU0 of aa acre, more lass; and that Elixa McDonald, aa widow said decedent, is entitled to dower In premises. Tbe prayer of said petition the assignjaent of dower to said Elixa McDonald. and lor a aale of said -f rami sea. wrna.. amrpr enier-eor- i ns nay " 1 roe rall - at leg and by lot and west-line said . - t rt V-. say a frtf U the bread Aw sUh of th debts and charges aa aforesaid. wiu im CH Adm'r of Wm. L. Mclicsald. petition CHAS. O. Vewtoa FsUs, J una 12, leT2-t for bearing July 13, KUiHtM, DNA BROWXIXG." iTbe hew book lust out St men a lot received by Mrs. ADAMS' Book.. O sj t . John By oat to duur ran, : at Situate of anal part owned psrfof rief more A ' LARGEST ANP1 ' Eavlnir pcrchaaed onr goodi before in Irecentadrance,- are enabled to aeU. onr jsoooaat exxraorainary low prion. ; iioiise !.':, XTO" THE W353ST. BECXWITH, STERLISG t CO" Are now npeolng Kew and Choice Pattema In Fine tritrlUh Brasvela, AxnUorter and MoqoetteCarpeta, wuh Border and Ruira to match, uphke anything else to be fonnd Intheelty.. Alno.new styles and coloiinjoi hi lnra!n,Three r"ltea,Oil Clotha. Ac, Alw. a beantlfal line nf Tai rnriaina. Ot 1 m. . - I , n .BECtWITH, STEIUJSe dt CO " tS 8frlor Street, Clerrlud, OhU. '.to wboleule Bayers we sell at Maanfae tu i are asl Kew York Jobbers' prieea, -A full linear Upholsters' ttoaas. iwTira at DaccnsLarg' -' ' .K I . . : i - . i " . - : ' - ' ( tfAUtn I! l?1XJ.:Il.'.'reir X?l? TT3E1JE1 Hearse to atUni 8tlU hsppv to see onr Mends alive, and pleaded to have them en!!, Aprllawa-m ' EVERYBODY who may want V ii P. Spring: 'and Summer- : v z Vm-vt mm yood food, to r" t ,i -.i t.". ' ... - i. -i y -i.. i. XJI!I . AIO 23" 3D . .a ... Than St any other place In the aonaly, be cause ws manufacture onr CVthing, thus giving as the edrsntage ever those raliafve4obByoi'erjrnan-' i . lactBxera." " ' " ., V ' E, HIBSHFlELDk Next door to Trumbull National Bank, Apr. .,;, : ; -,Worff OWH SHERIFF'S SALE. ' The State of. Ohio, frumbull Cotmty, aa. .c William Brnvblne, . lm TrusobuU ,: vs. - S tinmrrs-n Plena. Ell rA beta. lUlaBtajr t,al J . :P . "By Tlrtue of an order of sale tamed ant of lie Court of Common Pltsu of Tnimbafi Co Ohio, In flie B.jveaBied case, tome dlnsciV ed anii dellverei.I hs-e levied upon and shall expose to pauiio saie si tite uoor 01 ins Court. .Huui hitbe cKy of Warren, Ohio, on SatBTway; Yirae 5ta,' A. B. 1872, two o'clock, p. m. of said day. t he follow ing described lands and tenements, to-wil: Siuutn in the townsbipot Hu heard; la saidi osnoty: and Btatav.aad. kstss Minfl tiC. Lot No. 14 In tb original aiirvay of--Lots iar said tovn&nip, ana 4iescnoea ssoiiows : Commencing si the public iilgbway. isad lng north-easterly throCgh'sud lot Si st a post near trie Daniel -Srbtttt ftoel Shore; thence north 1 east S perches and S-iH toa post; thence north tW-east'T1 ferdies to a post; thence south 7V?-ea f aVrefaen to post; theoee south T- east 8 sh44-l(t pnches a post; tfaenee nertli TI1-? east lw pei cbea ; thence south h 1 west H perohas an. post : thance north S west J4 and tMtx per ches to a post; thence north fl' west elev en and IMO perches to the place -of -hegta--qmg. coorslirng two eree-ef land.-" Appraised t f Terms rash. - a. W. IWKINSO!, tberl(r." herttrVCWce. y?rm.-pv TttofW.ifn.' REDUCTION IS PASSAGE SATES 1 A KCHOR LIKE gTEAytERS.-- Ball every "WtAnaitxy and AVSuriJtf. Faaeengers booked toand from any B&llivaT' Htation or Seaport In Great Brllaln, Ireland, Norway, Bvwtui, .. iwaiuri. uwiutnjr, France, Holland. Belgioml ana the United Statas. ' :abtn cars rrom mew yukum fjsuua, LIVEKPuOU aOOM'-aqd- DKHRY bi Wednesday's fttearaers a,By satnrdas'l mramvrf ih aav fit. 1NTEBMEDJATH raj. BTXEaAGI. $, sarsus m .tuivewiv Parfles seadiag w Ibsdrrrleada katbeOid OitMUy B .purennne tsrkata at -loweat refea. Fvr tnri Krtartlceirs wsiptyiotlM Orwea, V. ft, 91 in f. JiMjiaJreoN. r .- ,-a itUKWTt is Y ris tiec tb the Si- S. BXCiraTIH, JJeu eXias. tiBs-.il eaed aajoffica ta rsossrss jhutk. lutinga owa.lA. ansr wile an thera from Jane lm to June ttnb.nntiiawreittaln- of the month at bis former omce in aliiumsa. SuticS for July wUl be given in lifll,:a. - ' (mayM. SHERIFF'S HALE. - ' .: '! T JbeSialaof Obja. TrrrinaaU Oounty. st n-B. Wrvxhl.et.aL ' -V To Dfsrvs-t . "-Ts,- - WvnurSefVraro. AJexsader BtcCMiBell.etAl. ) mH Oonoty, "By SrlrttreefBif oeder tffiJ m nntof conn of common fessof Trrtrri twMCK, Ohio, rn tbe abeve named eaaetB-mSOIree-ted snd elivered. t srave levied vMtnid eXDoee-to rmtlif salesMrdoorvifiia- rjourt xtonse in rnncity cv w areo.-rr.-, as 8stf rdsy, Jsn xli, A. D. liJ 00 e'clonp-TK pi. pf ftd daV. Hie fatiawM nesenots inos snr icaenjen'i to-wis: Situate la 1 be city of Wsrrer, lbSSKl wodb ly and Rtste, aod being part of Lot lmti north side W Kooth street nd west of Main street between ths Bod Fran I In Alley; beltif the lot es srtjvsi stand tfteeaa tcriy rirrce erf th three sfsrets. end ishotia-dr-fl east t' Ihe lot of OWea--Mosev, Beith the norfh hue of lol S, we9 wvl me of Uia next west, snd sooth by Sodth -Strsnt, being gboot H feet la -width, and the ot'yrbteh rnn( 1(1 I ne Sea nest al fronts; '-. ;- - -!ftWirBia(inni.rerifc fttllVI j , - v o: w. ieKiN!i7bht't s".rt taarin vraos, m arreix, u Mar a, l7i hh HteeVIL Wlio ttta. last hihtbj ijarj un irr. oir-i;rl la see to the poo lie that be tias now on hand fort assortment ot thrsot brsnt ilul and aee- rBechn'calappl!aceswhi has proved be to llrOBann of tfi-e snScnng from krfleit of eryiOffweffncnr. more Taa tnil jnrsv, 'AtsOan assorttnetitrrfshe Oelebratetf r ' " -' . D ANFO&TH TRUSSES, ,i LtuDrrvluos ta raaL a hfch. wittt ' IBs Rtdtt lnfrtHA RuLbar todiAUachtd, make aa nrfet jao - inatramenl as is ftnr whare adcred. wilt- refaip Uieiiptureorbernls, lest preasurs Uiausuy otot tad msda. rviLA.uiv. 'tnnnrwll Co O. Jane , IsI-tmo him ib Phil 00 long Wftir lies the light the ing 1.1, HERITFS SALE. : I f il 7 fhe Stale of Ohio, Trumbull Coouty, as. usse, Isarrwooda. Co,l Jn Trumbull Com. vs. ., moa Pleat W. W da, SN al. ., . . . W" virtus of aa scuiihoal srtuTasped of the Court of Can. 010a Flcs, QfTriiai buil County. Oiils, is Hi above.naic.Sd osss. me directed and deUvered. I have leyied uaoaaad shall expose to puuiM aale, a: the of thi Court House in Um oily of i'ar fjlo.&j . ..;'. ., ... . t. S-WwAT.'aV-lIU!:,?.';; one o" slock p. aa. of said day, has fol low ing desert Bea mad and teaemeala, to-wit; in Ihetownaaiaiof Uaaaard, eoaalr Traorball aadtiaSrsf ohio,-aad Imaded aeaersbnd an Sjatows : Oa son nana by of lt No. ax 00 lim Warn bf Lot No. at, hy Philip Jaoobsiaai tiss seuth by Ia1. aud os, the east- ay the north aadaoatB ensitar read tarouah nal town ship, and ooutsining within said bounds II n y-ar (hi) sfra of iapd.bs ths same or lesfc. - '--"'' xenns ess a. ish If he and shouts was their 18 a&J getlier used In iOg being bad terx aiigut The aaMDg tbe by'lris the his making he the aenf declared Checfc buggy nnialial at n -or. TiirirTXRnV. Sherlft sheriff-s Office. Warren, o, J.tihe fi, iJ?6t get THE CHRONICLE. THE ADVANCE GUARD. BY COLONEL JOHN HAY. ; In the dream of the Northern poets,' . The brave who In battle die, ' !ght on In shadowy phalanx ; In The Held of lbs upper sky ; . And aa we read Uie sounding rhyme, The reverent fsncy hears, . The ghoetly ring of the Tlewless swords . , . AOd ip cjaan oi p gpecuaj spears. ' We think with ImpeiioM owestkmrngs ; Of the brothers whm -we tiava tost. - And we strive In track ta death's mystery The-northern mylb eomea bnek tons. And we-feel ihrnugh ear Borrow a nleht rrtras f nose voncg sou fa are atrrviaa; sti u . pouiewhere (or the truth and light. "it was hot their time for Met and sleep ; -Their beans beat high and at rone; , Jn the fresh veins lhablood of truth " Waa singing lis hot, sweet song. ,ThsorejLAlavsa beatover tham, . 'Mid Sowers their little feel trod; .Their lives Isy vivid In light, and bleat . . Bjr thessalies of areavea Jund God. T There is b power In the gloom of hell To-qnench those spirits' rlre. There I so ebarra In the bliss of heaven To bid thetn not aplre ; But somewhere In tbe eternal plan That airer gth, that life survive. And like the flies on Lookout's crest. Above death's clouds they strive. . A chosen eorpe they are marching onT la b wtdeeneld tbBor: Tr ase bright baUaUioae still tnlfill Thewermntea of the hearvenlv powers; - And Bleii.'fceave tbomrhta flnst den a to os. ne ecenea w tnu tar nirnt. LFke the aaeh of adisfaBt picket's gon, .Through theshadeanf tbe severing nlgbt So fear ef them t In onr lower field Let us keep onr arms unstained. That at last we he won by to stand to them , On the shining height they've gained. ..Weafaall meat and and greet in oloaing r-- i ranks, . . - la Time's declining sun, VhsBbabuglesof God shall sound recall. i.haulaaJflfahawoBl ,: .. [For the Chronicle.] Phil's Ride. .In thajt part of'Tjuaiuull Coun ty tfrera ( m lorrj declivity : known to the early settlers as; jrock-way's Hill, from tbe fact to at near Its baaw milla were erected at an 'early , day by a per son of that name..' It is perhaps half tails -in length, and -denoendii gradually until the valley of a t small stream in resehed, whose sou reels a. few AiUet north and west of the locali ty; to '"IvIiIcb our .istory. refers. It faces to th jonthwad, and as the traveler is '., descending. flos' view glre for some miles of the faruis and huiidiisg with natiihes of woodV Jand nd.jEainflelds, snaking a quiet picture, al sas-ie reasons of the rear, weil worthy of a second view, Early ia the cantory, on the eastern aide or the locality mentioned, several families of German name and lineage had made a settlement. They left tbe ine clad hills of the Rhine, with its wealth f - -song nd story, ' wi th jts easUllaried .jruins. nd ,.-ttlle-fleldtr, Which carrytia back; to the days of knighU and tranfcadours. They Jeft Faliioflsud,' with, all its dear anKwiar tiong, wKh its wealth of history, the home of ths Tentorx for ontold gener ations. Xi the "stir of" empire travel ed westward, they followed In its aottrse.'aud aftut'a htr sUy-in-the sought a home In the Buckeye State, serving as he outpost of German la in anltee lslkd. The' prowrhll thrl f sndecawoooy isf such settlecs, . sooa ipadenibi. -pur:; new iound Itleaia homes, tri yhich they "were srrrrormd- toyll tBrsjdelsxai4aneef frsa- seUXemeaU.',; Amofig. the little Teutons,", who .were! reared around perMnls-hMrtlmtoTies, was ths hero our jifcorjv : iricbools at list tlme.wex? tew anil far net ween, and Phil's arlj lfre was mostly spent Iif dinWast cariatiea -of taroi labor usually required of. the younger mem-. rsf a farmer's family, Hs ;soon urea of grueutng roots, sjiuj hoeing corn, and became anxious tqimprove Of of at if try coadltlnn ty iearnlnfe a trad. He ! ; '1.i-j viii . w-iaawnsiias. v a blackstplth, and by the time Ms Taa-1 the jority was atkaJned,. he hd learned a '? trade and fonbd a sweelfeeAt t to Jrt in the arduons duties of life.,. A short time only elapsed before, 'near sutimit of tb hill, asmHby was erected with a house near' by jt,' aud aad bis- wits .commenced life in earnest,. The smoke , from' his" forge might-, haw tteen-'seen enrllng up- wardvand the clink of, his hammer the- aovil - beard f-ot -osany a live day, and Jar into (ha.ni.-ht, aa bis brawny srirfe he forged the shoes, for lbs tWaier's. olto,a)r tKecu tetJ.ptht?r jpbsresrnfnrd : In a rrral corn, nrruolty. : ; '- ' ' .'' Phil's shop soon became a gexverat rendesTotu for 'the nvighhorhood-V, Espectally during- the long winter evepjnga, fh"f the pleasure of coast -ing waa at its hsight," JI4 the Juyene delight to cocgreggts t ' his siijliyj thronging mroupd: b1 fbrg to'crack therr 'jokes' and warm their fingers, between their expeditions to foot of tbe hill.' The 'ehsrry red from his shop windows, and the click slack from his anvil, with showers -of tnbt sfjarkssotttlW' on every Me, vas pteagipg to bo?- ...... .. ' so tbe : The s Into oub lay omy sd an so bers oars aud eyes. a lucklets wight I'oupd himself covered with sparks from an over- b4te4 nailroii ha easily infered thaj waa tresiassing on Phil s rights, was'stire" to be greeted with ; ui iwfr. i Jf0"4 ; ' J' i py; fellows. Dqripg his letaufa hunts, n th- habit of UWiug partMn amusementa. . Tl". winter of was very favorab e for ooasllng. lb Juseililes 6 that Iocallty;tr Willi PPY f r8er growth, to engage (h uptf l tfie bill be came ot-ariy Iinpafsalle far teams passing over It, ""'' "" ' '" " the summar folIowiasT, while a nssiber of .the. yopngsters were en gaged in passing a holiday in pitch- mioitS, and other sppitp, ' lauyipn made to tbe jolly times they with their sleds the previoss win seals ons suggested that tbey jw wneeis lcsteau pi inxiper; matter m discussed pro aud con the boys, until Phil taking affirmative expressed bis willing ness tben.snd there tp prove his fsltji wbrlts. 'Alight tugg. tainus box, was standing at the door of shop, upon which he had been some repairs, and with that would try it. Sofue stiaps wore procured and fastened to the end of thills,' and extending back to a ha. had arranefpd bv which ha he could not only guide, but tbe speed of the yehif le. ; Ths was placed at the proper place orsUrtiDf ,' The boys were to help it Bnder motion and then e the Qnincy, (ion ty, that wax clouds and Wind. fropi aim) which 01 pain tivslr aixtr church bias rvesea ter.- tbe laiimg tlaptijt es , Ths nlmck-BsW high, of away It hurting less rose miles Umber, , The cy does in her success of. his experiment. For a abort distance below the summit the descent Is Very gradual with occasion" al level places. ' Phil's couyeyance Deeded assistance two or three times to get It over the desd points; goon, however, a place was reached where ths descent was sufficient to carry him forward without halting or de; Lay. The vehicle was soon moving off at a merry paee down tbe road wiih .Phil shooting ' Clang." as he hampered his steed, and sending back a shout of triumph to 'the boys as he disappeared around a luru of the hill. Fora while he was able to guide his craft tolerably well, much better than was anticipated, and for a short time he enjoyed his ride exceedingly Soon, however, he found himself go- ing dowa with a constantly increas- til his vehicle fairly jumped in its de- arvntL anrl whan atnnen nr aliolii: oh. .t.Ms. .ii.li. t-i- r " ' "i""6 I ward iaits mad career. Still onward, nvaung tne speea 01 ue eagle's Higut, ing Telocity. On and on,- faster and still faster flew, his steed down the hill. Some teams passing up were warned by Phil to give the road and barely escaped a collision. . Onward still more rapidly than before, with the landscape flying behind him, un- faster bearing dire forebodings to himordoom and disaster. Downward, until the humming of his wheels was beard a mile away. Downward still his courser flew at a speed of which John Gilpin never dreamed, . Down he "swept like a cornet, faster and still downward plqnged his new fang- led steed, - with poor , ltatless Phil, hanging to the rigging like a ship, wrecked - mariner at sea. Before reaching the foot of tbe hill, however. an obstacle was struck which threw tbe rider and his steed into the ditch Beneath the debris of smoking spin dles, broken shafts, spokes and wheels with bones of iron,, and sinews .of steel,' the remnants of a no "hoss shay," lay poor Phil. braised, bat tered, aqd - speechless. His boyish friends soon arrived Snd sorrowfully carried him home, thinking that Phil was "done for." Fortune however had other fate in store for him : in a xks rw. v r , r 11 fortnight (he smoke of hia forge was again seen with Phil.- whistling and hammering away as vigorously as usual. He thus learned a lesson which we dare:ay he1 has not yet fur gotten. . He seldom allowed any. ref erence to it by any one in his pres ence. A few years later while pass ing a long winter .evening at a public bouse on tbe Ohio river, story telling being resorted to lry the guests to While away the time, one of the strangers recounted this little episode PhlTai-'whicb was received with shouts of laughter, while be. himself listened to the recital of the story In which he had been the principal ac tor.' -After returning home, in telliBg tie, incident, he said, "although' J felt ashamed,.' J laughed as loud as any of tbem, but didn't tell them I was thw?feT,V , Phil, was soon after taken with the "western fever,"1 and last accounts, the click of his ham mer was still heard op ths verge of a I I 'V ' - . I western prairie, wuere ne was 101- I w tar tbe lowly but honorable occu pation he had learned in Liayouth. ' Accident to Barnum's Menagerie. The few present at Erie, Pa., who wit nessed, tbe accident to P. T. Barnnm's Menagerie train at one o'clock on the morning, of the. 8;b Inst., will not readily forget the soeneof borror and ooofusioD that ensued. Itwas adarkstoroiy night, which only added to the aeneral rxcite inent. The train consisted of thirty eight ears of cages; the mnsenm, stock, baaeaaa sod passenger cars being hauled otber sraina. Jt bad not reached the City '-Hot lea. wbes holh engines were tbrowa from the track by a misplaced switch and Weat tumbling down the I -while tbe flat cars were piled in utmost oonfusion on all .sides..- la F.1?.8 cl9,f' "o'easor t'barles with his aasixtaat. Professor White crawled out, but the car and cage were telescoped that the aUendaut ia the other end, altbontrb uninjured, waaun atle to free bimseir 00 til morning, when wreck was cleared.- Professor White's presence was quite opportune. cage of larga Abyaeinian liuns was complete wrack, while the two mon arcba stood free in the foad, tbe female standing over her cub and protecting it from the rain. Dozens of menagerie at taches stood around, but ail seemed pat alixed. Taking in he situation at once, Professor White opened the Eland cage, Which although on tbe ground was un injured, and actually drove the animal the street, sod the lioness with her walked In reujily, promptly fol loB'ed by her mate. Many of the cages on tbe side, while others were turn ad eompletely over. Tbe animals were uncomfortable and restless, . and the medley of dismal sounds was broken Dy fretinentthnnoer which follow vivid Sashes of lightning. During mis miunigni excitement many mrrrabers of 14 r. Barnum's celebrated ftixppv Family" ware wandering tlug lr and alone about tbe streets of Erie. There was not enough left of the csge to identity it, skinie of the animals were oouipielely domesticated that tbev settled down by the bonfire near tbe wreak and remained aglet. Other mem walked off. and were nmnrprt snd returned iy policemen and boys. to her her run; ber was was She and Just and Tornado. has since died from her wound", Cincinnati.' June 12. Later In forma from tbe scene of the tornado which Visited uulncy ana JJeGrad. Losan coun Ohio, on Sstarday evening, shows it waa more terrible snd destruc tive than first Indicated. - A sultrr dav followed' by" the appearance of in tbe west at live o'clock in the afternoon, which gathered In blackness size, with fearful rapidity. A heavy rt In apd at half past five tbe whirlwind strui ths earth hrs mil Quincy, moving north-easterly. aastroyer was hardly more than ttve minutes in reaching Quincy. tbrouirb it passed, ntakins a clean saecn nouses, treeaaudi lences -wtotcir tbs wnicn riortunatsiv wss comparar narrow.- -To this village fifty or a.cii..;s -si,es. SPa two as, ar-ii 5-- ' : y more shops, sta- and 001-1 y. j-.d: were unroofed. an rnviF lotiauaiioaa, nrlemol iahed.' j srr Waa Iif.'mli v hlled wilh flvlna weatherboards fiirnutire, lath snd plas Apn.-ri- n e was eaugnt up ty wind a:;d Li'rled through tbe air. pon a women, who was so that n lias- aiaee died. Tbe and lilethodist Epiacopal church were completely aestroyea. tomoda, en hs way to DeCranT, flooring mill, five stories conuitiing three thousand liusbels grain, moving the building nine inch es upon its foundations snd carrying ths roof and part ef the tilth story. plo'6J Ua way through. Ik-grail, saaUerisg deatructiea la ila path,- but fewer persons and damaging a aura be of buildings. .After- leav ing DeGraff it passed several settle ments, missing the houses and finally from tbe earth and was seen for oan jriog in its funnel-shaped form rails and debris wblrb it bad gathered in it destructive march. papers this morning gire tbe namaaof thirty persona inlured in Quia. and eleven in neOraff, bnt the list Botoomprhai ail injured in tbe for mer village. Mrs. Rail, reported killed I DeGratf, is yet living, though two of cbiiaren are aiiiea. Mrs. ti lick, in nice doir ine teach doing I've I and the ' bills and She night, tune, during and doxeu closed, which at her hands "O started wbjt'h the ip 1 ucn seventy-five she Haven, STORY OF A BRAVE GIRL. Her Poverty, Struggles. Pluck, and Final Triumph. Ell Perkins in the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. yeriiser. Last Saturday a large crowd of menus, with boquets end smiles ana bind lnedictions, thronged tue city- 01 fans to see off a young and Interesting lady. Many of the beat jjwpie in tne metropolis tooa iier nanu ana bid her "Godspeed" a .tops the Atlantic, and succeas at Milan, itaij, wnitner sue goes to perfect her- sen in music and the opera. be went with the intention of returning to Xew York after twoyears perhaps a prima donna perhaps another Jen ny Lind, for none can conjecture what tToviaence nas in store for the fair younp sineer. ir the writer did not always go to ptur, and did not found svery thing he wiites upon tbe bai of absolute truth, you mighty perhaps, doubt the mory wmcu 1 now ten, ana which came to me from the iips of the same juung iaay, A POOR GIRL'S STORY. Miss Emma A. Abbot was born in Chicago about twenty vearssfo. In liw br lauier, then a music teacher, IOOK Der to the llttla Vlllxire Of Peoria, !n Illinois.. The little chad then toot lntenaa dl Itrhl In mii.io. Kha h..l dreams of siuging in publio at the age six. nen iney reaa to ner stones of actors and siueers on the statre.sha thought they meant a coach, and won dered, with infantile fancy, how they could throw boquets into a stage. From six to nine she sang about home, catching every tune she heard 1. r. .. ,1. 1 , - . I. - ;7every7'beg' herU to tbe guitar. She became so proficient mat at the age of nine her father, a very poor man. chained down with a large family of children, irought her out with her brother George at a con cert in Peoria. Her debut took so well that her father, a man of readers genius, but shiftless snd always unfor tunate, aeciuea to take Jittie Jmma on a coueert tour, which he (lid, keep ing uer mus occasionally erupioyeu with varied fortune until she was thirteen years old. . At thip age she went to Mount Pulaki iu couioanv with some Peoria children, W hile here they wanted her to play her guitar and sing, so she got up a con cert -"ou her own hook." Though wesxi nir s hort dresses, she wen t to the Pulaski printing office, got out her own handbills, and Uieu went and posted tbem around town. On one of Uiese bills now before me it says : Miss Abbott will sine The Merry bwiss oin,' a enorut." The little thing didn't know what a chorus meant, but it looked nice. and so she had them put it on the bill. She drew quite a house, took in seven dollars, and took It home to her moth er. After Giving a concert al Lincoln, in a school house, she- eame home arain, and gave guitar lessons to pu pils twice as 01a as she was, at twenty cents per lesson. She now went to school, but her father being too poof to pay ber tuition the little child woman borrowed the money from 1 friend agreeing to pay it after she snouiu Become a teacher. At fifteen. Little Emma succeeded In securing a class of twenty poor children, who came to recite at ber mother's house. At the time she sang in the Hebrew Synagogue a kind old rabbi,' Marx Moses, teaching her to pronouuee in .tUbrew and Uerman the spring 01 her sixteenth birth day tound her father poorer than ever Oeftre, and our little woman, to help tie mother, tried to sees re a clerk- ship in a store, bat failed. In great distress, she heard of a school, nine ,1M -Mm tW..t n.1,1.1, In ,Mrf "'"p"i toi wmi.11 csar, ,tt, or a teachet. Thither she went on foot, through the mud and slush. She fouud the principal trustee a kind old man, as uiuner. " hat do you want, my. little wo man'?'' asked the old farmer, as he laid down bis knife snd fork to sur rey our little heroine. "Hive in Peoria, sir. and I walk ed" "What! walked, child?" Inter rupted the old man in astonishment. ' 1 es, sir, ana 1 want tc teach your school." Well, I declare, my child, there are fifteen applicants, but you're a pretty girl, -and plucky sj Julius Have you got your certifi cate?" ... "Xo, sir." faltered little Emma. : "Well, if you've walked nine miles through this mud and slush, you'll do teach school for me. Sit up audi have some dinner." Emma oommenced school the next week won ths respect of the parents and the love of the children, and. in four months took sixty dollars back.to Xoiher in Peoria, where the large tamiiy soon nseaitup. Our heroine, with the assistance ef father, now gave her first big eon cert in Peoria. CJulte a number of amateurs assisted ber, Boose's Hall was filled, the people cheered, and ma a lather received one hundred dollars. This was aU used by her father, mother and sister, except three ooiiars. witninis amount she left father struggling at home and started for Rock Island tovisit ayoung lady friend, fehe round her friend absent, and her money dwindled lo twenty cents. V ith this she went to Molineforten cents to call upon a gentleman by the name of Deer, in whose family her father had taught music twenty years before. Her idea to get up a epn?ert. Mr- - Deer aWnt, and Mrs. Deer, a crotchety-laced old woman, was very cross. looked insinuatingly at Emma, said she didn't know what a pret ty young girl wanted of ber husband. then Miss Abbott spied tbe piano asked if. she might play.In a moment she was-warbimg a sweet The old lady dropped her dish wiped her band on her aoron.and and looked over her glasses in astonishment. Ju?r then Mr. Deer entered, "By Jove. Matilda ! That's darned sipping," he exclaimed, "who's My name is Abbott.' said our hero modestly. "My father used to in yoor family." "Thunder, yes but what sre sou here i" ell. pa and ma are very poor .and eome here to gives concert, and want you to help me." "All right You're a plucky girl. I'll help you.. lou snail have Congregatioiial Cburch," laid Mr. And she did have il. She got her printed, went around personally announced the concert, up In tbe schools, and the house was crowded, sang with her usual sweetness, touching every heart. It was a warm ber concert guitar was out of and the strings broke six times tbe evening, the audience applauded bi elis rrierie(J t&ew. laughed, and called her out a times. W ben tbe concert they wanted her to repeat It, she did. She returned home the end of the week with sixty dui lorstncssh, to the astonishment of poor mother, who held np both and exolaluied ; ' Emma. I hcn yon haven't been fobbing somebody ;" Emma was now seventeen. Bho on a concert trip through Illi nois, sending all the money home she did pot want to use. Ou route a Lncal0 opf1 troup came oeiiina, saw ner uiiis. ana nearu praises from tbe peocle.thut they neseed her to sing wiih thera fur nights, through Michi gan, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin. When her engagement was finished started out alone again. At Grand T to and of but she can her . to I Miss say Miss and the poor ing voice which in . ont, clear is -That a She Xe room a After sing per of of stone on a year her her . a town, Mis? her a and meant lady's He wished he man was she was prlng-.' Bv-snd that than turn. will certainly back prima Michigan, she got out of money, the audience I came lata, but among them a railroad man xvhqgave ber a pas to Xew York. Passing through Canada, little Em ma had bad lack; ; Many times she walked hungry from; trace to tdacen and once to raise- money, she eut tilf her hair and sold u. ; Music was bet love, and she forgot every discomfort la the middle of her beautiful song3; Once she froze ; ber feeV' snd tanjj whlletheyaebed with tbe intense pain which follows- The applause -r the audience overcame 'hunger, sorrow and even the pains oC frozen feet. , : Hearing that. Parepa was , in .Xew York, she forgot her poverty, and set nut with the one intense desire to hear Parepa sing. On she wafted toward the big city At Lyons,' in . "Wayne county, without money or : friends, she stopped to sing, ghe had not eaten anything ior hours, and actu ally sang when very faint and hungry. With the proceeds she bought a good supper, and -continued her way to Xew York. ; .j t ..;.., i ..j Little Emma, finally reached Kew York alone, and in the night, putting up at a cneap souse eaiied the asu- ington House. , The next night she hastened to the'opera, but to her great aisappoinirrrent fare pa did not sing. She anally heard Parvoa at Stelnwav Hail, but could not succeed in meet ing her fact to face. Her money civlnz out she borrow ed fifteen dollars of a lady in the ho tel, and started for the West again. Arriving m aucnigan, sue advertised three cou certs. The nights wen bad. tue idea 01a not take, and sue lost all her money. To pay her bill she sold ber guitar, but weut en. and. hunerv and weary, sang in au ice cream sa loon in the next room, making money enough to go back and bur it back. At Magnokela, Michigan, poor success auenaea ner again. To pay bee bill a gentleman lent her money on. her guitar, but just then the old Chicago upera 't roupe telegraphed for beuud she joined them for-seventy-six con certs, the proceeds of which she sent to her mother. ' ' Xow another troupe in the West engaged ber to sing- in Iowa. Kansas. auu . among toe jeorasKa inaians. ior seventy nignts. After filling these engagements Miss Emma sang in Milwaukee and Chicago, but with poor success. ' The tteoDle bad never heard of ber won derail voice, and they woo Id not come out to hear ona young lady sing. From the latter place littlo Emma went to Plymouth, Indiana, Here she aaeruaeo to sing in tne parior 01 the United States Hotel, bnt few came, and her money became exbtrus ted. Her hotel bill was two dollars and a-balf, and a be took her guitar to the music store to sell- it to. pay : ths bill.. She also pawned her concert dress, her only nice dress, to get money enoush to go Fort Wayne, Indiana, a few miles beyond, where she advertised for shot ber concert. Having no guitar,: abe engaged ths eierk in the musie story ta play ao eompaniments. T-be concert was at the Evlin House; the few who came were delighted, and the receipts were elgh teen dollars, vwtn mis sne went nacK to Plymouth,' redeemed ber dress, and bought back: her guitar, and .sent five dollars to her poor mothur,. . . With bad luck all around, her, and knowing that ber poor mother and sisters depended on her eflqrU, little Km ma determined to mass one more bold effort in Toledo.! Here she ad vertised to Bin st in ths Oliver Heuss, Ths small audience, though -eathnai. astic, did u t pay , expenaes,. but tb chivalrous-landlord reiuseq ig tags her guitar. '. ', '.' So. sir!" said he, rorKeitinp' that he was" addressing a ; yonng lady, George Brown ain't agoing to Lake no young lady KB oar, nut you can stay ana cry it again." -1 1. j 1 Things looked dismal enough. He feplendid courage began to give ouUrr Behind. her she saw, nothing but a three years' struggle with poverty her sex and extreme youth against her. The future looked as black as midniebt. Tbe -kindness of George Brown brought tears to her eyes, but after it came the dreadful thought of suioide! isber owed only the sins dol lars which Georee Brown was willing give her, but tbe thought of failure was dreadful. Hope of ultimate suc cess always buoyed her op. That day little Emma went wun ner Dorsum heart, and looked off the Toledo pier. tbe thought of jumpisgoli'ttjug gled in- her bosom. . Returning to theOliver House.she caught aglimpse Clara Louise Kellogg, who had then reached the zenith of her fame? in a moment she was gonev ;- eh disappeared with apices of musie. 1a theOliver House. .Following along after, she encountered Miss Kelipzg ' maid on the stair. . "I do want to see Miss Kellogg," exclaimed to Petri))!.' "When I see her?" : v" '; "She's just gone Into- dtnner-.writb mother, but will be out in a mo ment," answered Petrilli. ., In a few moments Miss . Kelogg came out with her mother. "I am 'Miss Abbott," said little , Emma, half frightened, "hut I wish see you so much." " -: "Xever mind, come in. What oaa 1 do for you?" asked the kind hesrted iveilagg. . . ... . : . - , "I want you to try my voice.. I do think I can sing, and if you will only so I shall be sure,!', said Emma, looking up wun ner ciear niue eyes. "Why. certainly,' my child," said Kellonr's mother, who got- un opened the piano, but feeing little Emma's shabby dress and wild look, old lady held, np her ligo4 and exclaimed! . .; - . "Whv. Louise! bere has this child been wandering?" " "' ' -', In a moment Mbs Abbott was sin-r one of her beautiful ballads fall of sweetness ana pattxs, a ner touched those, high ciear notes,. many of tia have beard si nos Dr. (Jbapio's church. Miss J1 loge's mother sat in rBute wonder. "Louise? Louise V she finally broke 'Mo yon hear that voice rrrw theie is no break there, . that the vok for tne S'li. - ......tUi 2 very night Miss Kellogg kind ly gave Miss Abbott a letter to Erranir teacher in this city,, under .whose instruction she has been for two years. also gave "her fnofigy to come to yorkfWhr-rw ebo took, quiet at Dr. Eider's, and oemmenced severe course of study: with Errani. stud vina- a spell ah, secured. through fri- uds. an engagement- to in Dr. Chapin's Church at 11,000 annum. . xiere .toe . wouuenui sweetness of her voioe became the talk the pity cud tba espeolal wonder the good annbecsoi tne nnj Drown church of tbe divine paternity, Fifth avenue. Here she sang for or more, always remembering poor motpf sy snd always true to kind benefactor. Miss Kellogg. " Among Dr. Cbapln'a audience was warm hearted gentleman living np who took especial doUgh,, in 4i.bovU Ode day this' gentle man sat down la his office and wrote not. Hswasa businessman it was a cold business note; but it something.and filled tbe young heart with a Hood or gladness. told her he admired her talent. respected her nluok, and that If she to ga to Milan to study that would 1 urn ish ner money- l ost was John T. Daly. Miss Abbott delighted. With tears in her eyes thanked her benefactor, snd It made up that she should sail this ; ..-: j by the Idea occurred to her she would prefer to have mors one Demon lob-rested in her ra "If," she suggestod. "a number toko an interest in me, there will be more to wealoomo me fmm Ttalv when I return & donna and make my ded'ui in the.metropnlis." This was thought ;-' tli of bat-to and tit to men antr for of sailors tary lege debt, of icdus It and in clearly party serial their demand wise tbe shsping capital oanitnl. just two woman, tends proffers; t country hostage -miles away. to. get money to jtjTon aaa seno t ner moxoerj a wlae ides.knd Mr. Daly t turned iatsly nut his name down for. five handred dollars. . Us, Georre Hoffman fol lowed with five hundred dollars, and tbeo John Q. Ho t with Ave hundred, Mrs. George Lakva with, oos thousand aad Frank Carpeii ter, tlse anwt, with a near ten uaaas an nig asiiis pocket br)ok.?ava hrssirlenaiid otits. J::u. 1 The tollowirrg is a list of" tb4 good men and women whey extend a ; help ing hand to Mfss Abbott.'andthe let ter whiou tney wrots to her : lLssEuunAAbtt:;, ; ,' ,?. ' :"A a tamtimonial af nairn.lrr.ir.iUn and sy sn pat by fbc year sa-dnTjoa stran gles to r&in a ransioal pasitiaa, and as an evidence of owr Ugh ppfeciatios of yoor CTrtstfan character, ant onr staunch faith in yoor future success, wek' your;frienas," of" Dr. Chapln's unurcrnave aeoaea among ouramves to tender ou our cordial aid in order to enable yon to avail jonrself of the teaahiiiss'Of Ibe sreat bq ant era is Europe.. To further this end w eon tribute th amount herein annexed ta onr names to be- msde payable-to the order of Mr. D. D T; Marshall, w bo is authorized td defray therewith the necessary expenses or this object. ;-.; "Our -knowledge. of your require ments, as well as of "your unusual tal ents, baa prompted this action; and to enable you to. reciprocal this favor, we suggest that oat yoor rstura to your nails land, you gi year first grand concert ta aid of the Church of the Divine Paternity r A s - " : Mrs O. Hoffman tSSS R'W. Tiwuseud10C John T. Dljr... Arch'd Peianaanl0 C. P. HnctlTiarton...0 A. Busch....' MO Mrs. Geo. Laiel,(e Mrs.M.Farria.u.luO .C. lirrlna.l.ti Mra.J, HowaKLia) E T.Sherman luO E. Btcpheason. J 00 Brjrace Greeley lf) John H. Wilcox.l') W. I. Peake. KO Mrs B. Cocmo:ir-.l'K) K. H.Cbapia , .. hie M.K. PellaireaAO John L. Hovt.l.n J. C Brln: A. J. Jofauson 1 i. iio i. M. 60 Elijah 3iliea. -JiO D.D. T. MarshaU. SO Mrs. c wemer no Mrv 'musen.. See W.Pratt :..)-.- .: Iaaddltlon to tbe above.'thefollow- mg suhscnptions are rronx personal friends of Miss AbboU, outside, of Dr. Chapin'schurca; vh-u!,-i :-. H. Ward Beeeaer.IOB P. B. Carwaataci.jeO E. L A. WeUiarili-awl J.) A. Bnse,,... When Mr. Beech signed hisnsaae he put after Jt, "Br- vlrtue. or being hrr earlv friend and tot&tot.'- On last Saturdsy the Cirybf Paris tooK sway, arm id a wrong of mencs. thejittle girl (now. a yonng lady) who baa atragglea up "through, poverty, whose liitls leet were froxen, whene Bir was eut off and sold, -who. sang hnngry, wuh Aiar talent, guitar hskl a In two years Miss Abbott 'win re- tornn-prfma donna; and when she stands In tbe 'Academy of -Music, like jenny i-ma, jsaoena. runcjacy, ana MLsallsson, her silver,. voice fiUiag the air like a choir of ancels. or hushr ing the audience to a holy repose, tie big-hearted, living Christains, who, remernberiag our Saviour, put their arms aroana tnav toiling woman sad Helped ner up, wm say, is more blessed to give than to receive, u and the world would say, "Of such Is the klntfrlonrof heaven." Dr. Chapfn may read tils' 10 his congregation u he choosea. Senator Wilson's Letter of Acceptance. 7t. :. .;;. i 'i f. . .. The. following is a copy of Senator Wilson's - letter of acceptance- ot the Phlladelphia-ironrtnatrmt : WASHINGTON, D. C. June 13, 72. To Hon.' Thommi Settle, and otherr. Prctident ad fTc Prttdent of the national Jirjntoircon ' XrmventtonL h.)rl in PUilnl... .:t.--- ...7 .ava BW nl IIHUUl'linti , t Gkntulhm; Your note of tU loth ismc, conveying tot ea the aettoa of thei Vonvenuan lnpsBCiog -my aansc rn nomi-Mttlon for tbe one of - Vies President of tbe United States, Is be fore me.-" I need not givs you any as- snrunce or my gratejur appreciation of the high honor conferred on me by this action of tbe Fifth National Con vention of lbs Republican party. Sixteen years ago, n the same city. was held tne nrst meeting or ute aneo who, amid th dark seas aiiddoobtsoi that hour of slavsholchng ascesdaitcry sna arrrcssron, ban assessMed in tloTral Convention tooonferwirh t-ach ther on tbe exigencies to which thai fearful domination had brojybt their country. . After A full coufereuce the highest foi&L of resolve "they could reach, tbs most they dared to.reeom mend, -was th avowed purpose- to prohibit tbe axtenatoax of slavery, la Territories. - Less week the same party met by its represe n-tat 1 wes fr ,m ;tliirty-seven States and ten'Terrfro rtes, at the same great center of wealth, intellijrenoe and power, to review the past, take note or tne present and vin dicate its present line of actien for the luturew Aa typical facta of the head lands of -the nation's recent history there sat on its platform, taamg prom inent and honorable part in its pro ceeding?, admitted on terms of perfect" equality to ?rje leaning noceis or the Oity, not osiy colored sentcseotatives the race which -here lea years, be-. in abject slavery, bnt one of the oldest and most prominent of the once despised abolitionists, to whom was accorded as to no other the warmest demonstration of popular regard an d esteem an ovaDoq net to ntm alone, tabeeanse he had for so stsaav years represented and to the men and women, -living ana dead, who Had toiled through long years of obloquy sen sacrince ior tne glorious mu tton of that hour. Mt hardly needed brilliant summary mt its platform -set- forth- its iiiustriouA aBcblerve rnsnts, ,'4'he yery presence, of these was alone signincant of the vic tory already achieved, the progress already made, and tbe great distance which the nation had traveled be tween tbe years ef 186 and 1872. -Bat grand as baa been the record, the Re publican party rests not oa its past aione. 11 aooks to tne imure . ana grapples with IU problems, of. duty uanger. it proposes as tne ob jects of its immediate accompiisbment, complete liberty and ex-ret equality all; tbe enforwaoent :of reent amendments t th Xalional Consti tution t reform in civil service; the national domain to be set apart for homes for the peopi .' the adjustment duties on imports acr' as taseeure remunerative wages to tauor; exten sion of bounties to afi soldiers and who in the line of duty became disabled; continual and careful en couragement and protection of volun Immigration, and guarding with zealous care the Tights of adopted oltl sens f abolition ef tbeftaBkiag-jrtyi- and speedy redaction of ra:ea of postage; reduction- of th nation al and . rates, of . interest, sad re sumption of specie psvicsnti encour- sgeroent of Arftsriiiau commerce and ship building; suppression of vlu- au'i proteutioD oi ine rauur-oox. also placed1 on record tbe opinion purpose at the party in Caver of amnesty, -against au torms 01 repudi ation, and iudqraed, the humane and peaceful policy of the administration reeard to the Indians. ' But while defining and distinctly an nouncing tbe policy of the Republican on these questions of practical Legislation and admlnUtj-aiion, th Convention did not ignore the- crest problems which are nreming claims f aaluues, and which tbe most careful study and consideration. Foremost stands labor Question. ' Concernlnfr the reiatiqns 0 capital and labor the Re nabiican naxly acnenni thai duty of no iegislaiian as to secure full pratectioa and th amplest field for and Cox labor, th creation of the larreet op rxxrtu cities and share of matuai profits of than great servants of ci viiixatioe. To and Iter new demands it ex its rrnteful feecs-nitlon and its most pectiul Inquiry; recognize her noble devotion to tne 1 and freedom, welcomes her a at on the ter had tbe ha oast the his fire. men, and sand "A on show of lano) reotvt begun as gang In a tf me, fire airv Feirtee we of th who his hills wicked Boohs, could hot to -..But, and let us a twelve Wrsards, melting and had in and was. called, the was charge admission to-, wider fields of use fa ness, and sorotneada haw demands fo ' additional rights to the calm and care ful consideration, of the nation. To guard well what ''fas' been already secured, to work 'oat fatthfully and wisely what is near in. hand, and to consider questions which arff lofimliix optayhvy bnt a-iittle way bnietsMig, the Repi-bUcan party is to-day' what ' It was in tue gloomy yeara-of ilavarx rebeiiioa aad snconstonatiojA- ,ni tionai necenityiif' sprcals, thrar fore, for snpport to the ptriotSr-ftul liberty-loving; ta th Jnsw end-w-msnef' tr alt "who' would dienifv vate and lighten, Via-burden ? of tbe sons and daughters of toil. With its rreasiwcord -wtyrw '1 stfll- to' Wdahe. Vndsc the great soidisf whose niatpfic renown, and whose encejHfal admin istraiion for'.the past three year "be got such popular confidence,tlie-B''-pn oilcan- party may .arjnfldentJj-ina lb iangageoijtna) CanwenUon- sot represent, start on a new march, ,tn victory. ,. ; '. " Having trweTrtrthlrfy-stxyA agoythe dlsttiisWirsr dootrltres-ur Use Repabllcwn party of to-day,' hav ing labortd during xhe years of that period for their arivancemenf anlir- dinated all other Issues, acting in fttH co-operating with pbtiticsr ortr. auc tions with whosejeacjing doctrines I sometimes had" neither sympathy nor belief ; having labored1 incwsaittf? for many years to found and -build txutbe Bepubiican partf i afid having durwi? iw existence rjiKAnan JiumDi part ui its ground iork. I irratefuy-ac,nt the nottMnaUon ttnm nderel-and ahaU endeavor, it it sbaii nsui!d oy tne people, faithfully to petforrn the duties it Imposes. iesrexTtfdily: yours," WASHINGTON, D. C. June 13, 72. HENRY WILSON. SCOTCH WIZARDS AND WARLOCKS. -- Superstition, darFehAdow, bora.pf ionorance and fear. ruhinV .'ibe .Scot land of the Middle Ages with a' power which almost rivaled thntioTpelft-lon. The gbostry sndepectres of ah pesnui tianea dim- refiections east by tie euste deities of the Picts, the Xnraemen and the early Irish invaders, , Jong lingered In "lonery glens-ano racky valleys, by tbe sides ef desolate lakes , and by the rninn nf kil it ft nun nn 111 fusing to be exorcised fro-u-Uieif strongbolds by calm saints with bell, book or i-anule, wrwtIrB-ffbritrreir pew'reiiglcrfl."whrctr han peaeef oily superseded tb gPosseT" Sroishtn-.sa in the course of centuries Seoich, Cbrta; tiaaUy gradually. became aiiulteraied by iu adrnixtura of the old belief,' and the Douglas and"jis fbf!fywerd,whl knelt tsei-ore the shrine bf SkrAadrtsw in the morninr.'at ssenint; ahsKiiser- ed, as they rode along the sand-'., past theKelple'sFlowj or. ".ituagined ' ft.ey saw nown a giaae or tne -ceonrrt woods tHe' Queerr -of Farrjr troiirr-rr? high revel in same clearing among the braeke-Kr -Though, more- jjubkt ouaiu the Higiiiaaua, these descen dants of the old deities of Scot!and were equally feared ' anrrdreaded -fn the more peaceful a fid mors e4vtlik-4 lowlands. Even in tbe Caihoiie timea rsliglon la. Scotlandi. hard and logical as the people were, always as sumed a " character tnore stenrscd gloomy than tfiat of EnglancK s i-be omnipresence, ' ths" almost nip tence of the prince of evil. SMav-.a vital and.promiaeat article, of. the creed of the Scotch, preacher, fcere even Calvanlsm acquired tfs fpTl rwnt over the national heart. - """ ical Xlf-al! the fcefTieugrKbacl b semi-christianized pasajrrata. .tliat whieh took the deepest and mo fatal hold was the drea5;or witcbCralf. Xo Scot, wise or simile ut frrHy IW lleved, as tnucbHas be-bellevM main articles of tbe -t btiaataitts that hundreds of caak.nai eUS iwa) men. soured bv do vert v anal snrrntv sold themselves jornially to tLe de vil who appeared lir rrrovria'trpnonatA see tbe tand-Blgrred1 "1tRI- ibe-beodr eerataooy caT-rnledj.ky Mn-t ladiereutvyati hatlyv ebeei vancet,- The blood of njeivisr-seeiugslruc and lion-hearted as i'ailace, his ol fpn mrt cM frt-liMr rmar imm! . . tne witheB'anal.'?berf, bags-wbo seayettfrjirtasi asaesphleisi. td bear him Breach aad uerid Lbs roUar. ka of Christ with. riL&id sermon and demoniacal prayers. , 2ox d d raeri of later days, and more versatile bra'D1? like Sir David Lindsay or BuehsnarJ ever oueatieai siam.sjEaitenirT.winiiKs ceo I d. wi Mer words t bate t Qiice-t canst formed the trooniiticii tbey bt'aLruUii the Windy heath, to' flying horse-L that bore them swift away over "firrt? and tarn,' monnrairi peak" B-cd" )et steeples am roe f?tluerto-sitvs)l moonshine; . to th.' Jsiisu? o France's ceilars. where,, in ji. circle around the biggest butt of Burgnricfv haggard: "cammers' Jwonld cfV and eh nek le as tbe'qualRd th e stolen 3 wine, till the tuns- casbw tai mint again tha bonny tted ihak breugbt them seUefUy overf '4i Xo sudden sickness fell oA a feooteh man in the time of Barfour,: "err'o? Xnox,- but, he at cure turaail paealt sudden and . sur coavict-en ihat; was elf-shot, that 'soma witcb. lie bad chidden for stealing wood, or to whom he had refused a pinch of oat--meal, or a mntchkin ef whisky,- hait a : spell over him-, bad 'repeateeh Lord 'a Prayer backwards -ciMside. door, or bad melted-. liul,wix. efflgy of him over some enchanted These fear ;and snctr as these. racked ami tor-sen teeV tbe natnd of many geoeastioae of wonky; Soonth? and lad to the crusl -nersecutkuAr horribJe. deaths of .many. Jiiou,-, of rheumatic,, half-crazedj-hys- lM.1lM woman"' - " , K..fl Sir, ol svtivaM vtu rrvtaivui pldnreSnne-yet care.'W sonrinaT--' iew"f 'these-WTteb trisin ssdiri very perfeetlr the exact sssaurei this abau-d. belief, and the. vanwl character that it assumed as the dark ness of' superstition lightened- 'or deepened over the tleafc ortherir4 where' It had- taken: such. nm' "'' n ".-to:, ili.'.M.ri t- aJ io The Soot Us br witches seem to hava. their infernal cantrips as early. tbe times of, St, Patrick, when a' of them,, as that worthy 'artcf vermln-hatinif saint -was' rrossirw'TO- Sootland, baried-a roek athkis.w hislii roctiancwi known astiiat en-Whiaa-ri Dumbarton Castle securels sxaudsv . 968 Kuff only saved himseif frotu mortal sickness "faisco-vr"i?g'1n rtd m-aR f t ? a "eT "MnesA brattseif melJtinj-iwayaS sr-witacsrai at i"scxsavu-Ty t ec.-ghn. treasonable tscti several wUcUsaftBeau, Lzunobued. . A tier ,tis. acute , mun arch, came Thomas, thV Rhymer. Thomas of ErcIIJoune; as Be wasusn? called,' whcmi tae; Qoetn oTih deeoye frofn -be -Tweed kid nieadow inLeFaiBybMsd.-. Xor-jaus forget th great wizard of, the Lav LastJMinsueL..MK:bael .Scute, shook "France and Spain with, speiis., and even tpirt the Etdeir ' into three "Aad later came tire' 'enchaateyWdliani- LorxJ wbo, when Bo sword in- spean piece bixnj wasdrotpsd, .state-a, cauldron like a bam, and.-auutua considerable proteston his part, boirt it deatb. - t" " .''V xiuV wr er!T leaving tbe swamp -oi tWutois, coming to the terra hi ma oi feoc, ealiniy state-that, jn 1179. no personage than ..the Earl uf Mar' ."mean women," and severer were btrtnt a Ediogburg fb1 a wascs lasage of tb" king r th year after it was cusrotitM -n-ported that the.' 'younj, lady of Aisr formed, a higbiy iuxpropec ac quaintance with nlnoubuav while 1537 Lady Glainmis, the younsr" beantiful widow of that pugnaci ou chieftain. Lord GUoMnia, ores he mora generally sui aomrrlnttiv; ."Clear the .Causeway, ud grandSuaugbter e( jne gcci id ' murderer, Archibald . Bell-tiiu-Car, burnt for witchcraft, on a false- of poisoning her husband, ami attempting to poison the king.