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TERMS i$2,00 per Year In Advance. WAHII. WIfilKUT, Dc 11,187. WILLIAM 1ITEIZL Edits ui Fronutor- Still Harping on the Old Instrument. The Democratic papers have in quest of consolation under difficul ties. The late overwhelming defeat of their hybrid party came upon them witu such chocking force as to cause their whole line to recoil UDder the blow and fall back from their pie tended liberal advance to the old negro-hating line of Democratic sub mergence. At this point they eject tbeir heads like a legion of frogs eman cipated from the ice of spring, and croak dolorously. And this is the burden of their song: ''Grant has been elected by nigger votes ! " "Gree ley received a majority of all the white votescast!" "Tine is no longer a white man's government," etc. Xow, con sidering the special and laborious ef forts made by these same Democrats at the outset of the campaign to se cure the colored vote for their candi dates, thia assault upon the colored voters, and insult to the American people, is supremely audacious. Mr. Charles Sumner and Gen. N. P Banks were detailed by the Dem-Liberal leaders to write a tearful ad-lress to the unsoi hislicated colored voter, explaining and expatiating upon, in swelling rhetoric, the great things tin candidate of the Cincinnati and Bal tlmore conventions had done for the colored race. But their demagogue- ical appeals fell upon the ears of the colored voters like the unmeaning sounds of " tinkling cymbal and sounding brass," and, as the vote oi the States revealed, they were not de ceived by the pretended friendship o their hereditary political enemies. The colored vote was cast for Grant and Republicanism. This fact lia aroused the old demon of hate in tht Democratic heart, and it is breaking out in Impotent rage through their party press, probably indulged in a the only possible palliative congenial to the temper of the disconsolate, un consolable, unconscionable, betrayed, beaten, bursted "anything to beat Grant-ites." The fact is that when a Democrat discovers that he cannot with Impunity ride roughshod over a colored man, be immediately proceedi to fan his hate into a consuming fire, and frantically curses the government as a " foul and foetid despotism." As far as heard from in the renewed war. the colored, folks have the better 01 their enemies. On last Saturday morning, an on knovn man entered the passcDger sta tion-house of the A. A G. W. depot ai Cleveland, and lying down on one of th setteea, fell asleep. In a short time br fell onto the floor. Two men were prea ent, bat for rm reason gave the mat no attention. A policeman came ii shortly, and supposing the man war drunk or asleep tried to arouse him, and discovered that he was dead A cor oner's jury was called and returned th verdict : " Died from unknown causes." The deceased was believed to be a labor er on the Palnesville A Youngstown R R, md the indications were that hard drinking and exposure had caused bi death. The Nashville Banner is one of the several Southern papers that have accept ed the result of the election with good heart. It is now employing itself in reading lectures to some of its brethren on the folly of eternal hate, and it i doing good service. But what will tbi Greeley journals say when they find thai this Southern piper declares that tin men who need to lay aside theit bate, and enmities are Southerners, and not Northerner!? This eon firm al.on ortue views expressed by Republican papen- during the Frssidsntial canvass come- late, but it is, nevertheless, worth re cording. We regret to learn from the Delaware (0.) Gazette, of last week, of the wiih drawal from that paper, as one of the editors and proprietors, our value, friend, both as a colleague in legislative and journalistic labor in this State, Hon. Axfekd E. Lee. Captain Lee is indu -trious, painstaking and discriminatin-. , and has exhibited super.or talent In tin editorial capacity. We are not advised as to tke pursuit he may have de terra Id d upon for the future, but whatever ii may be, we shall expect him to prosper and shall ever be glad to learn of his success. The suggestion or ths IT. T. 2Vf6n and a Nashville paper that the elector in those Slate which gave Greeley a majority, should cast tbeir electoral votes for Grant, and there bv give pra. ti eal evidence of their desire to cairy out Mr. Greeley's reconciliation theory, ha in no instance been complied wiih. Some voted for Hendricks, of Indi ana, he being the only specimen of Democracy and hybridism that was not wallowed op in the October and No vember political earthquakes and some voted for Greeley others for B. Grata Brown ; all showing the sentiment to be, anybody but Grant. Housel, tried in Ashtabula Common Fleas, last week, for the murder of a man named Smith, In Rome, that county, was convicted of murder in the second degree, and will be sent to the peniten tiary for life, which will interfere with his intention of marrying the widow cf his victim and become master of the old gentleman's property. Why he was m-t sentenced to be hanged, is a conundrum that requires the ingenuity of an Ashta bula or a New Tork City j ury to sol ve. Memphis is enthusiastic over the pizootio. Last Tuesday niuht Mrs, Oates (saggaatire of horse feed) was drawn to the opera in a hack pulled by eight colored fools ; while a love struck wain went after his bride in an ox wagon. At a meeting of the Western Iron As aociatlou held in Pittsburgh, on last Wednesday, it v agreed to reduce the price of Iron 112 per ton, and reduce the price of nails SO eta. per keg. The re cent decline in the prive of pig metal ac counts forth redacti n. Mr. Greeley's Estate. York. December 6. The Tribune states that the Misses Gree ley are unwilling, under any circum tnnmi. that the tUn of subscription for their personal benefit should be adhered to. It will be a work of time to determine the condition of Mr. Greeley's estate ; but. however it msy have been impaired by liberality per haps too great, by loan of bis own credit to those who proved unwoithy of it, or by an overweening confidence of men's promises, there is probably enough remaining to quiet all these generous apprehensions of the com munity. The Mormons are out of humor with that portion of the President's message which condemns their peculiar institu tion. , OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 5, 1872. Never be fore, so earl v in the session, has there been manifested a deposit on to dispatch business as has beonnhiliit ed iu the Hou-em rar this so-ion. After Batiks ten ering his resignation on his committee, Blaine's resolution for an appoiuuntmt of a committee to investi gate charges ol corruption of certain M. Us , in connection with the "Credit, Mobilier" matter, and Sarpeaiil'a report ou an old House bill making appropria tion for expenses or t be I mi mn Depart men ol over five millions, M r. Gartieid, chairman, at once presented fr the first, of one of the several appropriation bills which has already D en considered, by his committee, the invalid pension bill. and linked its consideration be ade a special order for next Wedues ay; but alter some considerable objection, be withdrew it (Immediately alter the reading of the President's Message, which was the next in order, however.) be reported tho Legislative, Executive auu .luinciai Appropriation bill, which c read the first and second time and or-.ered t be printed. Then followed Butler's bill for the relie. of Biaslon nutlet-era; Schotield's for reduction of omcers and expeus -a if the internal revenue; and Connor, of Texas, fir the esXab.Khment vf a judicial district in his state. There appears to be a stroncr move ment of small capitalists aud laboring men towards Texas, where the opening or prodU'tion and trade are au raiting unusual attention. As a sphere of agri cultural, mauiiiac-taring: fir commercial enterprise, western Texts with us .plea ded system of railroad communication. now rapidly cbrystaiizinjc into tuuKinle -Dflpe, oners special inducements to me more thrifty classes of vountc Ameri cans. It is remarkable that while our natives are leaving the ea.tein States as too poor to lurnish a livinir, Europeans are taking their places and tinditii; some grand openings, tor instance Maine was one of the mo States of New Eng land which reported a decrease of popu lation according to the late census. Within the past two or three yearn a Scandinavian immigration has been in augurated whi.-h promises to repl nisb tho breaks in the population caused by tne westward emigration. This is just wnat it should be. Americans are need ed to lay the foundations of new Ameri ca commodities westward, and beuce under the law of civilized progress they iu- ve toward tho setting sun. Europe ans need the example aud discipline of a settled community to enable them to understand American institutions. O: the nine Indictments of murder in this sessiou ol the Criminal Court o tho District of Columbia, lour bavo been louud guilty of murder, two of man--laughter, and the remaining two ac quitted. One has aire idy paid the death penalty upon the callows: the second one is assigned for U morrow ; the third ii Tuesday and the fourth on the 28th of Feoruary. Heretofore as in New i or, city, murders here have been com mitted with impunity, and it has been 100 often the case where the criminal has nad friends or money, it was not a very difficult matter to acquit him. Times uave changed, and with it, better prose cuting attorneys have been appointed, aud the good citizens of this cosmopoli- an city are much indebted to tbein, the lions. George Fisher and Richard Har rington. Oi the four convicted, two whites and two colored, Barney Wood to be bung to-morrow, is not as yet reconciled to is situation, sleeps and eats but little. His wiie, while I write, is visiting him tor the last time in this life. His moan in ps to a sensative mind arennhearab e. lis friends have just returned from the President, to whom thny applied lor a iurther stay of the execution, and oroiiifbt the unwelcome "xo" to the un fortunate man. The Comptroller of the currency bas published his annual repot t, tn b cb, inung other important hems, is pr-seut--d the fact that since the organization of 'he National bans system, in 1S63, only 11 National banks have failed of their Kttreaate circulation s2,942,793. The treasury bas reduced 12,44 1,430, and stands ready to redeem the balance as own as presented. Tho holders of these lutes, owever, are in no hurry. Very likely but few of them are aware that .he bauks have failed. Not oue man in hundred looks at the name of the bank issuing the note. Everybody knows hat there is provided a fund ample for the redemption. When we compare the present stability of our circulating me Jiuui with the wild cat eras of the past, Ae realize something of the mairnilioent character of Republican statesmanship, t he first t:ret point of stabi ity bas been reached. Within the true limits of the -ystem it is now proposed to introduce leal u res which will give greater elastici ty to the currency aud enable It to adapt itself more readn'v to the changing wants of business. Tuese are points to which ibe Comptroller invites the special at tention of Congress. There are two ways resorted to by money leaders in Washington to get usurious rates ol interest out of the tin fortunate (distressed) oorrower. The nrst, perhaps the lew, objeciionanle way, it Irom the hanks which generally have .oiifi.leiilial agents who are generally .lenominated "Keal estate aeon's or bro kers," who also inform the public that claims are coliecud, and money loaned on good collateral at lu per cent, per Annum, (as p. r act of Congress some wo years ago, allowing utiui a rale in special contra'-t.) These agents are rfiCftht alter oy nunareus ueeaitig money who are politely iuformed that they nave money to loan ou desirable proper- but require an abstract title made oy certain party to whom the borrower is respectfully referred. From Jio to c25 is charged for an examination. He pays it with hope then on the proaenta tioii of bis abstract to the asent, the money will be foitbcomiug. But to his disappointment he is told, "I am out of uouey to -dav, call again in a da or two and I'll accommodate you." He ca Is again aud again, and at last is told that the money market is very tibt and that ue can only act a agent for which be shall be compelled to charge him from 5 to 10 per cent, (according to the amount loaued) for procuring it for him. Gen erally this offer is accepted as the only alternative, and the bank, tb-reby, doubtless receives not only the 10 per ceat-, but a portion of the agent's feo. Your correspondent will entuie to say that one-third of the real estate in Wash ington is under similar loans, paying iu- directly 20 per cent per annum. The second way is practiced by parties who openly make money-broking a speciality, making short loans, and re quiring uo real estate security, but to those outsioe of Government employ, good endorsers are required, and these uotesare what is kuown as made note, L e , the note is made to a outilideutial third party, who w inks for the sake ol a division of the spoils, to a discount of from a to lu per cent, per mon i n. l nere are es iinated to be twenty of these sharp ers playing upon the distressed of this city and who have amassed fortunes iu the past lew years. Two ol these, to make their illegitimate transaction re apectable, have secured charters and have opeuea nan ss. Ibe derkB in the several Departments, which number oyer C OO, are the belter patrons ol this latter class, the families of these clerks, iu consequence, suffer, and Congress is yearly called upon, in order to alleviate tbeir suffering, to in crease the pay of tt.e clerical force. What shad be doner Will not Con gress answer by enacting a stringent usury law which shall compel these money brokers of Washington to pur sue a dinerent ana useiui occupation r LIFE. The Phrenological Journal for Decem ber, is a capital uumber of this most ex cellent monthly, and a worthy comple tion of its bftv-nfth volume. Iet note a few of the topics considered : W B. Astor, the noted millionaira, with fine portrait; Ancient Human Crania; Man as an inhabitant of Two Worlds; Expression the conclusion of this most v-duabl series of essays ; S uns Famil iar Views of Society ; The Pretty Man, and the Doll-Faced Woman ; Mr. Froude in America ; How the Organs f the Brain were Discovered ; Win. II. Sew ard, with a splendid portrait; Ou the F-rmation of Character; "The One Eyed Conductor," again; "Fanny Ferif Origin of Metallifeious Deposits ; Fre k les and Beauty ; Christian and Infidel, JO cents lor the number; Uta jear. fiiow is the lime to send your subscrip tion to S. If.. Vv'eljs, 3s9 Broad wav, New York. At the Penitentiary. Thanksgiving was observed in tbe usual manner at the Ohio Penitentiary. During a two hours' noou reues, the prisoners were granted the privilege conversation, and enjoyed an extra din ner, consisting of pork and beans, cider, mince pies, apples, butter, wheat bread and gingerbread. Addresses were deliv ered by General Walcutt, Gov. Noyes, Rev. Mr. I.aidlaw, Rev. Mr. Byera and Kev. Mr. Moore. Qolambut JonrnaL. GREENE. Ed. Citkoxicxe: The splendid mod el sawmill owned by Mr. Nelson Cory A Brother, was burned, with all its ma chinery, on the morning of Nov 30th No insurance. Loss $3,000. The origin of the Gre is unknown. The proprietors left the mill at nine o'clock tho evening previous, and as there was a high wind, every precaution was taken to make all safe. A gentleman residing near the mui arose at four, and says there was no appearance of fire at that hour ; but at five, the entire building was in flames. The loss falls heavily on the proprietors ; but they are gentlemen of great energy and perseverance, who will not yield to discouragements or misfortunes, and are making all necessary arrangements for rebuilding. It is tbeir intention to have their new mill in complete running or der within a couple of months. Thank ful for past patronage and present favors. they respectfully solicit a liberal share of patronage in the future, assuring their customers that tbeir lumber will be in nadluess without any serious delay. A Grate Charge. One evening soon after Mr. Greeley's death, we knocked at the door of the Pastor or the Dis ciple church. As he opened to us, with out scarcely waiting to pass the usual salutation, he said : "Did you know that Horace Greeley was doad T " Being an swered in the affirmative, be continued: Yea; and you helped kill him.'" We hastened to our home, meditating on the criminal charge brought against. After looking the matter over with all the cool ness and candor that we could command, we arrived at the following conclusions : 1st If Mr. Greeley's death was caused by his defeat, as intimated by our frimid. we see more clearly than before the great wisdom of the Republicans in with holding from him their suffrage, and iu sustaining Mr. Grant. 2d It reveals most clearly the extreme folly of our clerical friend and his asso ciates in sustaining him; for it is most obvious that if he died in consequence of his defeat, his mind had become ton much impaired to be able to discharge the important duties of President. 3d If bis death resulted from causes wholly independent of h a defeat, then be would have died all the same had he been elected ; and in that case the office would have bad to be filled by tbe Vice President, Brown, which, I think, would not have been gratifying to our reverend friend, and which would have placed the nation in s most perilous condition. If, however, his death was in consequence of his defeat, as is confidently expressed by our clerical friend, we most positively refuse to accept the charge so unceremo niously brought against us, but insist that our reverend friend and bis associ ates are the guilty parties ; for bad they admonished Mr. Greeley at tbe outset, and given him plainly to understand, as true friends should have done, that he was not equal to the responsibilities that would rest upon hi'ii, the disappoint ment would have been far less, and ue doubtless would have been able to with stand the presjure. But flattering his vanity, as they did, nrging him on and assuring h'm of victory, when tbe intel ligence reached of his overwhelming de feat, it was more than his shattered nerves and disordered brain could en dure, and he sank under the pressure. We .therefore hurl back the charge brought against us by our clerical friend upon himself and bis associates, nnd in sist thst he and his party were the ones who " helped kill him." Of Mr. Greeley's improprieties we feel no disposition to speak. If be had faults we will bury them with the ashes of tbe dead ; and will but remember his virtues, which were many. As a journalist he bad no superiors, and as such we shall treasure his memory. Greene, Dec G, 1S72. d. r. b. CLEVELAND. Editor Chbosicxe : Winter is rap idly closing up one of our avenues of commerce Lake Erie and iu many in stances seriously impeding business transactions or travel by the others tbe railroads. Taken in conjunction with th stri'-gency ot tbe local money mar ket, the siill lingering "epizoot,," and consequent inadequate facilities for local transfer, tbe effect upon business, gener ally, is depressing. Very many disasters have occarred on Lake Erie within the past two weeks. involving, as a natural consequence, the loss of many lives ; and, although a minor consideration, resulting in dis aiding and wrecking a number of ves selsseveral of them near this port ; one, on which all on board perished, being so near, on Friday last, that the signals of distress were easily discernablo by the aid of a glass. The weather, howev er, precluded the possibility of render ing the vessei aid, and with all on board she sank in sight of the city. The startling intelligence of the death of Horace Greeley was received here with profound sorrow and reuret. The city papers were all out wiih biographi cal and eulogistic articles, accordiug him high praise as a man a nd journalist. Dec 2, 1J72. C. GREENSBURG. Ed. Chronicle: The steam sawmill of Cory Bios., half a mile south of the center of Greene, burned to the ground on Saturday morning, the 301 h ult. Ma chinery, etc, to the amount of 34,000, a total loss ; no insurance. The high wind at the time probably can ied a spark lrom the arch. When first discovered it was too late to save anything. Tbe loss will be heavily feit by these young men. By industry and enterprise they have game 1 a wide reputation ; let us encourage tbeir efforts to rebuild. We hear one neigh bor sul scribed $.30, and another 40. Let them feel that good neighbors are the best insurance companies. B. Phillips killed a pig, eight and a half months old, that weighed- (dressed; 375 pounds; how high is this? Uncle B., as we t all him, is noted for fine treat ment of animals. In thia instance his success, no doubt, is owing to feeding good sound Straight Republican corn. The " up-yer-suootic," as you call it, is having its own xaybere. Many horses sick ; all will be if there is enough to go around. No fatal ca&es heard of yet. December 3, 1ST 2. GcmptioS. NEWTON FALLS. a ; ot Ed Chronicle: Not having noticed any mention of our village in your paper for some time, and not wanting to be entirely forgotten, we have concluded to pen a few liues and let people know that tre, as we'.l as our neighliors, have had our share of Epizootic and sleighing. However, we are now about being re lieved of both, having had but very little trouble with the former aud none with the latter. Our town has improved very materi ally in the last three months in the line of sidewalks, jail (or lock-up), etc, placing us on a level with our neighbors in these respects, also, there is one thing which we think we are a little ahead on, viz. tbe article of Widows, of Which we bare forty-one. We mention this lac, defying competition. Beside, We have a goodly quantity of old maids, making this a splendid opening fur wid owers and bachelors. December 6, 1672. Lengthy. Lee, colored, was eleoted bpaaker of tbe North Carolina Houbo (State Legis lature) Tuesday, 26th Inst. By reference to an advertisement in another column, it will be seen that the anxiously looked for volume of Mr. Stanley '8 ' How I Found Livingstone," will be through the press in a few days. 'I bis will by far be the most exciting book of travel published for years. The wide interest felt in Dr. Livingstone, and tbe anxiety regarding his tatenntil Mr. Stanley discovered the great explorer, have combined to throw an air of ro mance around this story of " How I Found Livingstone," and to secure a lively interest in it on the part of every man, woman and child wi,o knows how to resd. Tbe volume Is a complete and consrc otive narrative of Mr. Stanley's notable exploit, and baa been written bv him tx piessly for this book. It includes a large number oi thrilling incidents never be fore published, and is tbe only record o his adventures which goes out under bis sanction aud authority. All works pur porting to describe Mr. Stanley's search after Livingstone, other than that pub lixhed by Messrs. Scribuer, Armstrong t Co., are mere compilations and rehash from the newspapers, and are issued iu direct conflict with Mr. Stanley's inter ests. " How I Found Livingstone," is sure to sol I more readily than any book wh ci has appeared lor a 1 ng while. Exueri enced agents must do better with it thau is possible with any other now in the market; and those who ha ve never be fire been in the field will find it tbe very best work on which to begin can vassing. a Died. On Novembers?, 1S72, Laura Bki.lk Bctlkr. daughter ff M. U. aud E. Butler, of Niles, O., in Uie 12th year oi uer age. Rksoh:tiox8 of respect, adopted by the Christian S. S., at Niles O., Dec. Sib, 1872: Whereas, It has pleased our II eaven ly Father to send tho A.ngel of Dea.b and call from our nu miter our beloved friend and schoolmate, Belle Bctleb; therefore, Sctolved, That in this t-ereavemont we acknowledge the hand of an all-wise God, too wise to err and too go-d to be unkind ; and while wo would meekly "pass under tbe rod," yet we .deeply mourn our loss. Resolved, That in the death of Lit tle Bellr," our school bas lost one ol its most laithfnl, loved and lovely i-chol ars; yet we most confidently believe a.ej trust that our loss is her eternal gain, and that her melodious voice, which has so often mingled with tirs iu the Sub bath School, is now mingled with tbe voices of the Heavenly Choir in that brighter and happier world. Jlesolved, That we tender our deepest sy pathv to the parents, brothers and sisters of our dear friend, and commend hem for consolation to the loving Sav iour, who said : " Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not. tor of such is the kingdom oflteaven." Besolved, That a copy of these resolu lions be presented to the patents ol our deceased schoolmate, aud published iu the Western Reserve Chronicle and the Ifilcs Independent. Li da Baldwin,-) Kiitie Leacii, V Committee. Mart Erwin, j Sunday Cheese-Making. GREENE, Dec. 9, 1872. Ed. Chronicle: You are requested to insert the following resolutions, adopt ed at tbe last session of the Q. M. Con- ferenoeof F. W. Baptists, held in Greeue, Oct. 25, 2G and 27: Whereas. Tbe Divine law of the Sab bath is strict, and still binding upon man, therefore Resolved. That this Conference reirard all secular Sunday labor, except to re lieve or to prevent sunering, and except such as is necessarily connected with leligious service, as positive sin icesoivea, that there is no scripture license for the manufacture of cheese or any other article on tbe Sabbath. D. R. B. The new apportionment increases: the Forty-third Congress to 202 mem bers. Of these, eighty hud already been chosen before the general elec tion, from Indiana, Maine, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Penn sylvania aud Sou tli Carolina. Of the SO members of these Slates. 60 are Republicans aud 20 are Democrats, a Republican net gain of 19 over the present representation of these States. Not less that) 120 Republican Con gressmen were elected, which, with the bO before chosen, makes lSti Re publicans against rU Opposition. Sev en members are yet to bo elected. namely, in Connecticut 4, and in New Hatnushire o. All tuese will undoubt- edly be Republican, makii g 193 Re publican in all, or one less than a full two-thirds. Parsons, Ks., December 6. The roust ruction trains of the Missouri, Kausas and Texas railroad passed over Red River biidge Wednesday evening, and the track within four miles of Denmson. The grading of tbe Texas Central railroad is com pleted to Deunison, and within a few weeks, an unbroken rail from New York to Galveston will be finish ed. A telegraph office has been oi-eu-ed at Denuisou, and the Urge hotel and dining rooin of the company there win be completed and occupied in forty days A large union depot is also being constructed and a stock yard is nearly finished. A machine shop and round house will also be located there. .Northern Texas is now withiu thirty hours o St Louis The rush of errigrants is immen-e and will increase when f pring opens. Since tl.e spread of tbe epizootic the Washington Republican has been printing reports of thrilling accidents like this: "A sleek looking well fed man attached to a light wagon, be came frightened at tue eight of a steam roller yesterday, aud eiezing the bit in spite of the man behiud the vehicle ran away. A policeman see lug the fiihteued animal coming down the street at fearful speed, with coat tail flying aud foaming mouth, spraug in front of him just in time to save a sick horse which was crossing Seventh Street from being run over and by firmly holding to the bit final ly stopped him near Frank Fin ley's store. With the exception of the loss of some parcels from the wagon, no great harm was done." A special from Washington says that Secretary Boutwell bas informed the Utitnn ttee oj Ways and Means that be intends reviving the Syndicate and dis posing of another installment of tbe new loan, unless Congress takes some action in the premises. Another Washington special says tbe Committee on Ways and Means will to day report a bill abolishing all internal revenue offices except the co lectors.tlius uismjsiu ui auoui seventeen uuuureu. officers. It is proposed to erect a printer's mon ument to Greeley. A wealthy but miserable man, dining in tbe city one day with bis son at a restaurant, whispered in his ear, "Tom, you must ent for do-diiy and to-morrow." "Oil, yes," retor ted the half starved lad, "but I ba'nt ea'eu for yesterday and the day he fore, yet father." An absent-minded man entered a Troy shoe-store the other day. and wanted his boy measured for a pair of shoes. "But Where's the toy Y ' said the dealer. "Thunder!" said the man, "I've left the bay at home. I'll BO and get him," and off he started far his house, six blocks away. "I wish you wouldn't pive roe such short weight for my money," said a customer to nis grocer, who replied (remembering the customer's unpaid grocery account). "And I wish you would uot give me bo long wait for mine." of so it as is ' II. C. Bowen, editor of the Inde penrient and Brooklyn Union, who is Intimately acquainted with the stock holders (f the Tribune, prints the foi lowing report, which, in the slntiic of credited i un. or. has hsen afloat for several dnys : "We are informed on the best au thority that the vacant editorial chair the TriUune has been tendered to Vice President Colfax, who bus the matter under Consideration. It is probable that Mr Colfax will feel it to be his duty to accept the position, the most teniptiuir pecutiiary oiler now made. It is proper, iu this connection to say that Mr. Colfax, for some time past, has been preparing to retire en tirely from public life to his quiet and pleusaut home at South Bend. His income in tiie future would have been comparatively small, yei with bis ac customed economy and rigid princi ples of living within his means, he would have pnajeeded very comforta bly. He had many lilieral business oilers made to him rtceutiy, but has declined them all. The sudden and unexa-cted death of Mr. Oreeley has suddenly and unexpectedly opened his new and inviting field to him. e sincerely hope and expect lie will promp ly accept it." A special has the following: Sec retary Delano will s-.iil lor Cuba ou Thursday next, to be absent for from one to two mouths, and it is current ty reported among those aware of lus profKised departure, that he will thoroughly inform liiniseli ot' I lie con dition of affairs in that island, and on bis returu submit a re ort to the President. It is hinted that Deluno goes in a fceini .facial capsci y and Mt the suggestion oi" the President, who is anxious that the effusion of blood ou that island thai! be brought to an end. He d.s uot wish to uige any new steps upou Congress before knowing the exact slate of affairs. au intimation is given out by well known friends of the administration, that there is a two fold object in the Jsecretary'a visit 10 Cuba : First, the obtaining of accmaie information in regard to Cuban air.ii-s ; and second, the restoration of the Sccrelary.s health. The New Orleans Price Current, the commercial organ of the South, commenting upon the proposition of the national Board of Trade for the establishment of a national Depart ment of commerce, quarrels with the word ' national" aud wishes the word "federal" were of some signifi cance. It mourns the overwhelming drift of things toward a consolidated nation instead of that disjointed and feeble confederacy, ill hicli a ower ful oligarchy wasenabled, by itssiugle i.rauic basis of slavery, to dictate the policy of the whole. The increase in national power; tbe promotion of the masses by a i.iaher sense of individ ual freedom, are to the gangrened fancy of Uie Price Current, the most gigantic evils. Its beau ideal of so cial ori-antZilion is a feaudal aristoc racy, entrenched in a theory of f-tnies rights which shall lorever hoid civil ziation iu its swaddling cloths. The jiorterof one of the drawing room cars on a train from New York recently got oil' the car at Barrytown to interview a gout which was stand ing near the suition. He went up to his goatsiiipand giving him a playful kick, started back toward his car, the tram having started again. Mr. Goat unbeknown to the porter, followed up closely and at an opporti ne moment, bucked in the basement or his pan taloons, giving, at the same time a cheerful "Baa a!" The porter was kuocked head over heels, and before he could get up he got another buck the same place, followed bv anoth ' Ba-a-a !' By this time his trail. moved oil He reached Troy that night at twelve o'clock. He thinks Barrytown is a nice pi are if a man stays iu his car, w hen the train stops there, but if he plays with goats he uiav go it before he is aware of the stern intention of the animal which goeth to the left hand. How Drinki.no Causes Apo plexy. It is the essential nature of wines aud spirits to send an in sreased amount of blood to the brain. The first effect of taking a glass of wine or stronger form of alcohol, is to send the blood there faster than com mon, hence, thecirculation that give theredfice. It increases theactiviiy the brain, and it works faste1-, and does the tongue. But as the blood goes to the brain faster than common runs faster, and no special perma nent harm results, liul suppose a man keeps on dritikim;; the blood blood is sent to the brain. so fast, in large quantities, that in order to make rs m lor it the arteries Have to en large themselves, they increase in sii.e and in doing so they press against the more yielding flue. -id jeins which carry the bliKxi out of the brain and thus diminish their size, their pores, the result being that the blood is not onlv carried to the arteries of the brain faster than is natural or health ful. but is prevented fr-ru leaving it usual: hence, a double set of caus enure net iu oieraliou. Hence, a mau drink enough of brandy or other spirits in a few hours, or even min utes, to biing on a fatal attack of ap plexy. This is literally being dead druuk. The Mormon journals are still snarl ing at Grant's recom mendations regard ing Utah. George Q. Cannon, who claims to be delegate elect to Congress, says in his paper that plural matriage the correct principle and always did exist, and be believes it always will. Xebvous Pais or Irritability. Trask's Magnetic O'ntment quiets the nerves at once, and allonls tbe patient ease and rest. It should lie applied, not verv profusely, beuinuin-. at the temples and passing over ihe who-e surface. It will be found m re elective and less hurtful than preparations of opium. See advertisement in another column. "I want to know," said a creditor, fiercely, "when you are going to pay me what you owe me?" "When I'm goins to pay you?. Why, you're a pretty fellow ! Do you take me for a prophet ?" A girl named Mary G-ddsborouirh has been arrested in Columbus for wearing men's apparel, and chewing, drinking and swearing, MARRIAGES. Marriage Notices inserted Gratis. j....... ,,...,..'....".."-"..".".'.""." At the residence of the bride's parents, on Wednesday eveninK. Nov.27, !7J.bv Rev. Joseph Kihit. Mr. SAMl'KL C. McBRlKK aud Miss ANNIE M. OVVfcNS, both uIAHo gbeuy Llty. On Dec. mh. br Rev. Thos. Hillock. Mr. GR VEXKR K. BAILEY, of Crawford! coontv, Pa.. and viillULU. M.BAlLtY of Mecc, Trumbull county, Ohio. Io Col-broik.oii the 2Sth of Nov. 1S72, hy Kid. E. Was.erlt-ld.Mr. JOSHUA 'KltiUX to Miss ADA rt.MlTII. In N w Lyme, on the first diy of Dec. 1S72. by Calviu Dodne, . P., Mr. 8. M. TIR M, of Rome. Axrttttbnla county. Ohio, to Miss NAKAH PttUDKN of Johu.ton, lrumbull county. Dec. ft, I'd at the residence ot the bride's fsther. Mr. J. IL Knrnsou. bv Rev. J. H Davison. Mr. A. AUSTIN WEIR, f Hart ford.anC Miss ES3EANEAIH FUKCiU 80N, of JohtlKiQii, On theStih pfoct. at the Methodist Parson aice, in Greenville, Pa . by. ' ev. O. MrEu tvre. Mr. THOMAS PiiRCH. and Miss JENNIE C. CL Si AKD, all oi Kinsman, O. On tbe. Id ln-t..nt the hotel In North Bloom lield hv James reirson, Eq., Mr. J M N K HIVH.of Wnrren, to Mus MARTII.V CLAtlK. of Bloouldeld. DEATHS. DEATHS. Notice of death free—Obituary five cents per line InV ilea! uhioT on the it!i ult BELL KUfLKH, dmtriiter of MUes U. and K. Butler, aged, II years. In Bronkfleld, August 29. 1S7X. SYLVESTER Mc.KKlA,atd-vl year. He waa among the first aeltlers of the township, ws a ldier iu tbe war of Ifcii, beloved kud respected by al who knew hlin, Rrook field, Sept. 8, 7 8ARAH MER- Kl MAN, wile ot teylvesterMerrlam,a$ed 7 i ears AtPuyne'a Corners. Oct, 4, 1ST2, PIIEBE HL'iiN. wile of U. R. Huiaou. at tlieaJ- vauctrd ago ottU years, 3C mouth and 19 days. A rumor liacd on respectable au thority sa9 there is a fair prospect that the portfolio of !-.le will be ten dered to Mr. Charl'-s Francis Adams on the retirement of the present in c:milnt next March. Senator and Vice Pitsidcnt Wilson is represented as being strongly in favor of the ap pointment, having already repeatedly urged it upon President Gram antl received from him decided encourage ment. Such an appointment would do much to heighten the couhdi uce of tbe country iu tbe administration. Jiuffulo Courier Fashion now permits brides to ap pear iu colored dreses. LEGAL JiOTICE. al in Pease. 1'hnrUe Pesso, Laura M. . liunii-lirey, Cornell I. Kinitraan, John Krwlu. Arthur J. Krwin. Laura U. Pease. ChsriesK. l'esse, Lillian Krwlu. Florence H. Pane, lleoo f"xe. Kale Q Krwin. Ms i y 1". Johnston. Cj ru- K. John ton, C"r ueliH p. besumont, W. H. Beaumont, and Leororx Kiwm. wilt take notice, thst on Ihe lh day of les-iiilier, I-7-, Frederick Kinsman, Administrator a. nd Trustee, witn tne will Miiliexeu, ot the estnte of Calvin Pease. dee'd Hied his i etltion io the Probate Court of i rninitull County. Ohio.Htiri i-mnni other things therein. ftLwies ttiMt it would be for tl.e lnanitesl advantage and tiel-ht of said estate to sell the following described rml i stale, to-wit: Part of vlllHKe lt No. fitf of the original ton-n plat of v arren, Trumbull roan y.il., hrKhiiilua at a post on the wmli slue of MurKet street. -'l "eet essl from the north east corner of siili-divislon Lot No. 7 on the lVaee plat of Wairen. theute eabt nn the itoulli line ol Kald street So teet to a p-t; thence south nt right angle to satd M-.rket r-treei a-siul 3.VJ left to a pewt; thence wrat p.t l alh-l with said Marke Sire-1. K5 feel to a piiM; iiiei-c-- uoi lli alxiut 3'H'let-t to the place of leKillliiit'4 Also the tellnwing described real estate siliiale m shiU Virit-n Township, Tram hull count , i hii lo-wn : All the Inml In original Lot No, 2", occupied by ihe Penn sylvania and Oitin t'aual Company, as a Canal bed and towing p ii h. winch has re verted to said estale by reason of the aban donment ol li eCalial alott-said. Also, the lollowing describe,! real estate, situate In paid Warreu township, Trumbull County. nhio.to-wit: r.euiuidnK at a point fn the north line of land lieionaiug to Laara M. P. Humphrey, me i.nudted and thirty three feet west and at right angle to the rent-r line of tbe Ashtabula, Younislown an I Pittxhurgh ItaP Roau. as now I oca ed ; tueitce noilherly and persllel with said ceuter line lo the south line ot land belong ing to J:ime Forbes; ttiem-e rastwntly along said south line to the west line cf land belonging to the estate or Kicliard hidings. IteceMseit; thence southet I alohg said west line l : ' i if el to the north line ol sold Laura M. P. Humphrey's land: thence westerly along said north linetoihe place of begin ning. Kaid petition will be tor bearing on the ll 111 day of January. 173, at loo'clock, a. m at ahirh time and place said defen dants can attend if they see proper. F. KINSMAN. .Mim r ana i ruxtee with trie will annex ed ol at! Kstate Hy JellV-rson Palm, AU'y for Petitioner, liec. 11. Is'i-n TESTATE of Jefferson M. Herner. jl-c'd. The undersigned bas been duly tM,inied and UMllned as Kxecutilx on tiie-staieor JenVrsou M. Herner, dee'd, late ol i ruiubull couuty. -hio. LLViXDA HERNER. FarminKton, Dec 9, kllow. -a. r a .- . w w v v S.m"r.IAV, December 14th, IS72, Mr. ALP. BURNETT, America's Favorite Humorist, assisted by MIM HELEN NASH, Poetic Reader, and SR. J. W. SHAKPLEY, Concert inist. Will entertain the citizens of WARREN with one of their i.AvaiiTKK pKoroKixa ester- TAlXUhXTS. FCS AHEAD ! ETEET THING NEW ! Admission 00 Cents. Children 3 Cents. Doors open at 7. Corn me Decs at 8. 1ST Of LKTTfcRsS Unclaimed, remain in c tn the Warren At office, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 172. Armstrong David AndvrHou jMiuea ttacoa Mis Cara Burk Jarot-s I batTee Mina Carr M J ok Kitiher A Cowden P 8 Diiiey Mm Andrew Droyer Andrew Iiavtrt John T lu.iftu U m Ialp Mrs Mary Dauio Kusiue Klanerty John Fa rn blown A Krvncn Mr Lovlne Gottnmau Jared Hull Mth Caroline HhviIcu D M Haice Sarah Irwin KUward J:iy Mina Mary Ann Kiinmler Win Kenuedy 8 H Leonard David H MiKxiuer Geo Met all Malcam McCollnm James O Meier Henry Mason W A Muyer Ja-ob Orcntt 1 noa G Pool John Keen W in Kelpie Michael Kicliard J A Mrs Sharer Kd ward Shatter Dtnlel ftterti KobtSprowl A Son Swift Mra Rar let Thorn noo Mra M Thorn pson M itta Mary J Tbwiug W A Yam amp MIrs Sarah WUidle Wra 2 Watson -i a roes 'VYalaou John Those marsed with aarAU are lorelgn. Persons wuthlug to obtain I tie above, will plea- to call lor advertised leltnt. If not called lor in &) days will be sent lo ead letter office. iiih noun. 7-W A. M to 7-30 P. M. 4ir Money Kent without danger of loan. Iturcsol commission cuaxt-ii fur money oriicrs : n order not exceeding ;I0 Over jo and not excrrdin; Over yJtt mid ul excetnliiig $(:... uv- r uuii uut exceeding it Over 4u!id uot exceediuv $.'). NoMUgieorder issued lor more lhan 1-30, E EL WISE, f. ja QUADRILL MUSIC. 'trst class Moxic furnished for Qua unit Parties on r. aiiMbit terms Knquire o. r adt.ress J v OKMfc, in rare of law Reed A Son. Warren, , or H. E. Harris, under lt National Bank, Warren. Oec ll-mos TVSOLUTIOX CHANGE OF ly FIRM. The partnership heretofore ex 1711,(5 Ikm ween K. R. BuMtun and R, W. :ra::e 4 iSon, under tbe firm name of Crane A scoin, was dissolved by mutual afrrefw ment. on the 3oth day of November l"7i R W. Crane 1- fn retain the brinks and paper or the nld firm, and will continue the ineic-int lie business at the old stand at the center or Greene, where thankful for the very icenerous patronage f the past they hope by Industry and lair dealing to retain old customers and win new ones. All per sot s having unst-tUed accounts with Clane A Bacom are requested to call on R. W. Crane Hon and settle .he aame, that the books may be closed. R. R. BASCOM. R. W. CRANE A SOX. Greene, Ohio, Dec. II, 1872-31 PUBLIC SALE. The subscriber h tvinir rented hfs farm itr a term or years, and wishing to close up his farming bnsiness, will offer lor ale at his residence, five miles north of Warren, in the east part of champion, on Wednes day, Ik-c. 1Mb ibTZ, commencing at ten o'clock, a. m.. the following property : 3 hed oi tor Horses, II good Dairy Cows, 7 (Hives, I two-horse Waaon, 1 two horse Top Carriage. 1 pen Hujjsrr. 1 nair Bob Sleds, 1 Sleigh, set Muble Harness, 1 Fm-keye Mower, I Sulky Hay Rake. P ows. Drug an t Cultivator, I Weaver's Loom, 15 tons Hay, bushels OM. 1 0 bushels Corn, S bush.'lvye IT. bush Winter Apples, and numerous other articles not mentioned. Terms : A cretl-t cf nine months on all sums over Ave dollars, with spwroved secu rity and Interest, JOSEl'H FIERCE. Champion. A. W. Ptrock, Auctioneer. Dec. ll-lt. DR. A. TRASK'S MAGNETIC QIHTMEHT FOH THE CURE O? XOTLAlDIiTOai DISEASES. ., , (b eta. 10 CIS. 16 eta. " CIS. 2-S eta. Dr. Trask was engaffed for twenty yean In a course of experiment uton the medical prop erties and power of vegetables, separate and combined. At the see of seventy years he suc ceeded in presenting to tbe world, as the result of his experiments, a combination of Vegetable extracts, the power of which In removing dis eases is onequaled in tbe annals of Medicine. HI discovery coohMii in a eombin, tion of these powerful Vegetable Extracts with Electricity or Magnciism in the form of aa Oint-m-nt. Certain, 1 la, that the remarkable and tjnprectitjuu-il success whicu has attended its application in the core of disease, tamps it at oiM-j as the greAtcst discovery of the age, and call fur a trial and ciosa inresiigauon, of iia properties. It nerer fails, while there remains suf ficient life o restore a nataral and healthy ac tion to the capillary vessel of the tody, and equalize the circulation uf the blood. y this means a controlling power ts gained over the mutt malfinuut forms of disease, which cannot be obt tiued from any oiher remedy. Such la tbe power of ihlscomblna Clou that It penetrates to every portion of the uuiuiia frame; every bone and muscle, vein, none aud litrament is searched out and made fusible of its purify in 7 aud beaua? Influence. 11 ire it copes as readily wiih Internal as cx U'tTiil disease. IV 11 ittrou InMancc are on record Wiieo: tut remedy has restored health to pa tw it eo near the frr.we that the most powerful internal remedies failed to produce any effect. Such 1ms frequently been the codo in luUaaima ti'H) of the Bowels. o patient ever need die tv 1th this dipeae where the iltujuetic Uiuinuut cau be 00 Luned, Por Ina.numatory Rhennaatlam this Omtmeni 1 tho morti compiet reined ever prepared. For Diphtheria or fumd Sore throat it h unrivaled. la nlnety-nln ca oat Of st hundred, it will srtord entire relief to the worst caesnf Xervous lleaArhe in thirtv minntes. For .NfrvoQt Dlacaaesj this medicine ia of imnens value, Attectii.ns of the Spine, Rh-nmatim, lAmfiitu. Vkersted twe TUmat, Bronchitis, Pieiiriiv. CnMip. Colic. Choirs Mfrbas. Afiein the Fjcc nr Bn.-si. Burns, 801 Id Head. Scrofula, Rait Rb-Mim, Ernnelas, Inllamed Eves, Fevrr 8ore. Sores, etc. will he immediarely relieved by the aseof Dr. Track's Ma-rnetic Ointment. D. Rwm. Soje Co.. Propr'e, Buflsio. N.T. Santa Clans Headquarters CHRIST3IAS 1872. W. IS. & W. F. PORTER, WARREN, OHIO, Are ready forth Christmas season with a larce anil carefully selected stuck or Mis cellaneous Books, comprising. History. Poetry, Novels, Hclenra. t ictlon, 4c, in all styles of binding. Illustrated Books in One binding. Pocket and Family Bibles, H mn liooks, 1'estarnenu, Juvenile Books by in, set or single volume. GAILY PAIS TED TOY BOOKS, Jost the thing for the little boys and girls Diaries for WZ, and fli-e Memorandums, and a large and splendid assortment of Photograpti Albums at low prices, lu fact we nave books for everybody. We also offer a select line ol gnch. as Traveling Cases.Corapan tons, Work Boxes, Toilet bets. Handkerchief and Clove Boxes, usie H-dders, Belt satchels. Hhavlug and Hand Mirrors, Pocket Mirrors. Pocket Inkstands. Port folioo. Cigar cases. Card Canes, and the fullest line of POCKET BOOKS In Sheep. Calf. Morocco. Russia and Seal, from A) cents to o each, ever brought to this city, our stock of FANCY GOODS Is large, inch as Rosewood. Hahocauy, In laid aud Papier Macbe Writing Desks.Ua k i gammon board, a'rliibage boards. Chens 1 Men, ParctieeMi, Games lu Boxes, Cbroinins. I Kraui d Plcluies. Htereocopes and a large I aaaortiiieul of views. In California. Rocky I Mountains. Niaasra. Hudson Kiver, Ac isru ana (.aoinet rnotograpns. card cases. Opera Ulanses, Pear! Paper Knives. Rustle Wall Pockets, Brackets, Book Holders, BRONZE STATUETTS, Broze Ornaments, Fancy Pen Wipers, Kronen Flowers in Knst ic Stands. Card Re ceivers, Watcn 8tuud-, Initial StaUunary in sokes. Parian Statuetts, Vases Cigar Stands, Tobacco Holders.Tollet eeis. Deauinul oiass, cnta, and Ala basUr Vaes. Match Holders, Bonnet Holders, anu French One Gill Goods, which never tarnish. Toys for the Children, cuurriiBrrii..riciy, t ax itHlB. LUins DoIIh, Dressed Dolls, China Doll Heada.Clolh Bouie, Worsted an. Kuhoer Balls, China Tea ftelts. China Mun,C hiuaCm and hq. reis. Muatache Cups, China Vtei, Glaaa Tumbler k Mqcl Steam Knsrinea. Htcjun bouta. MECHANICAL, TOYS. Horses and Wagons, Horses and Carts, Watches, Paint boxes. Artist's Sets, Di aw ing plates. Tops. Horns, Rattles, Checker uien. Dominos, Games of ail kinds. Picture Blocks, Crand ill s Blocks, Building Blocks, Dissected Maps, ABC Blocks, Tin Toys oi all kinds. Box Toys. Savings Banks, Toy Tables, Bureaus, Kitchens, Hoops. Glass Marbles, Glass balls. Ornaments and Wax Candles for Christmas Trees. In fact we have such a variety of articles suitable for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS That we can not enumerate them all. and we would be aleasid to have our friends and the public generally call and see oar stock before making tbeir purchases. Bay early before the assortment Is broken, at PORTER'S BOOK STORE. VTlBBEXy OHIO. Dec. 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Royal Octavo. 1600 pages, aad numerous engravings. Price. IT; by mail, post paid, fs. (dee 11. HOW I FOUND LIVINGSTONE IN CENTRAL AFRICA. JV. B Dr. IAxinfUne, in Letter Just re- ceived by Mim Livinonto, my: "The very ffreai txptnte Mr. Bennett went to In aenchmff Mr. titantey, led me to give him frankly tehat may enable him to write a beok. it MM, in hit handt, de us no Aorm, for the Amerieam art good, generou fiiendM." Tills anzlonsly looked for volume Is now ready. It embraces a new and complete Narrative of .Stanley's Expedition, written express for tku book and is ne re has Q of newspaper eorresp.udeuee, paraded before the public as Just coming from his hand. It deacribes. wiih minute detail, all his thrilling adventures aud wonderiol evperl- euceuuring nis perilous searco ajier, aua loug stynurn wiih lr. Livingstone In the wilds - f Alrica. tvery page is aglow with the most vivid description, snd ouce read, will nevet be forgotten. Thaftruth is .tranger than Ac llou, ' all who read iu pages will be well prepared to lelieve. It Is ptifcrifAed enlybytubteriptie,mnil com prises over StTM HUNDRED B0TAL OCTAVO PAGES, ?, rioted with new and beautiful type on lear, heavy paper, aud superbly illustrated with THIRTY FULL PAGE ENGRAVINGS. Besides a large number of minor size, and four carefully executed maps. No work eicii ing such geueral interest has been published for many years, and EXPERIENCED AWE NTS, appreciating this, are applying from all pans of tbe eonntry; bnt we have room for ciill another;" and energetic, experienced canvassers desiring a book that will sell oa fireseutatiou, and lor which tbe paltile, is inpatieuland eager, are solicited to ad dreaa ns at once. BCRIBNJlR. ARMSTRONG C0 Dec ll-3t ifH Broadway, N.Y. I VTOTICE. i 1 Notice In hereby civen that the uuder- niicned baj thi day tiled In tbe Probate Court of Tramboll county, Ohio, hi peti tion. praying for an order anthori.tm; blra to self the desperate claims belonging io the estate of Grant Bacon, dee d, and abk-h ac crued tn hl li fel imt. Hold petition will b for bearing on the th d-:v of January. l.Ti Musks BACON, Executor. Warren, O., Dec. 11, lei-U DO ONE THING AT A TIME AND DO THAT one well. Is tne system of study pursued iu me Western Reserve Seminary. AU who have tried thia method nnlte in pronounciug it mueh ettprrior to th- many alody plan. Come and see fr yoursclt. The Department of Instrnnieniai Music under tiie care ol the ex perieuced and snc eeHsful teacher. Miss Loc. M. Wolcott, affords good facilities to those desiring in struction. Paor.C.C. CASE, bas been enenied to conduct aclasa in Vocal Musio during the Winter T -rm. Part of the Ladies' Hall is occupied by a fanlly. thus securing to those In the Hall tne advantages of rtxtming with a private family. An excellent co-.k has taken rooms in the tieiitiemrn's Hall tn rookforthe club. Tbe Principal puipioes to furnish the club table wiihoul charge fo. Ins services. Thos affording board at the lowest poaaihle prices. Bonks will be rented to those wishing to economize, by which arrangement they can save from three to eisht d..lr per term. I noer tbe present ty.tera sitideuls can en terror any number ol weeks ieired. but they lose much by aharnce from one leclta tiiin. family Board Liub ti.io to tt. winter leim opens Jan. ad. 17A For Board, Rooms, Ac. apply to O W. K KATY, Principal. Dee. 11-31 West F.rmlngwn.O. Prospectus for lfiJ. Sixth Tear. THE ALDINE, An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universal. ly aumiitea to be ine uanu omeat reu odical lu the Woild A Representa tive and champion of American lasie. Xotfor Sale in Book or Xcus Stores. Tllg ALDIXt. while Issued with all the regularity, has m.ne ol the temporary or timely interest rharactei isi ic oi ordinary periodica ia. It Is au elegant miscellany of pure, light, and graceful literature; and a collection ot nlcluie, the rarei.1 S(M;inieus im artis leaaiu, in Discs ana wnile. AUbo' each succeeding number ariorda a fresh pleasuielo ns friend., the real value anu beauty of THK ALDIMK will be ,uo..t ap preciated after It has been bound UD at tiie close ol me year. hile other publications may claim superior cueapness, a cjui pared Wllh rivals ol ai.lmilarcias.rA:y.ly.VA is a unique and oriaiual Conceuliooaioiie anu unapprtateheu abaoluttly witboui coiupeililou in pi ice or cuaracter. lnepN seMaor of . coin piete volume caut-ol dunll tale Ihe quantity of flue paper aid engra ving iu any ol her ba ue or number of v,il. omrs for ten hmn tit . uit; and then, there are ine enromut. oeuiaet : AST 1EPABT3IET. Notwithstanding the Increase In the price of suiMcription last Fall, when THt. jtU UIXK as.umed la piesenl noble pr,por tiousaud representative character, ibe edi- iioo wat more tnan uoublea during the pant yean proving that the American Dubiic an- fireciaie, and will sup rt. a n uce re ett'ort nlnecnUH! ot Art. ihe publishers, anxious Mfjuatuy ine reauy counoeuce musdemou stiated have exerted themselves to the ut most lo develop aud improve the work; and the plans for the coming year, as un oloed by the monlhl. issues, will mannish snri Ha. If hi even the most sanguine frlendsof TJIJC A LJJJXtC. Tbe publishers are authorized toannounc. uesigus irom many oi me most eminent ar. tlsta ol A merica. In add i llou. THE JLDIXE will repro. dues example of tbe best foreixu masters, selected with a view to Ihe highest ar-isiie success, aud greatest general interest: avoid ing sucb as have become familiar, through photograpos, or copies of any klud. The quarterly tinted Dlates lor IHT.1 will reproduce four of Joon . DhvIs' inimitable cuiia sKetcnes, approprials to the four sea sons. Ihese plates, appearing in the issues for January, April, Juiy and October, would be aloue wol tu tho price of a year's sub scription. Tbe popular feature of a copiously Illus trated "Christmas" number will be contin ued. To possess such a valnable epitome of the art world, at a cost so trifling, will command ibe subscriptions of tbousauds in every sec -tion of thecounixv: bnt. aa ih olnlnpM and a tractions of THE ALD1XK can be eunancea, in proportion to the numerical inciease of Its supporters, the publishers Ert'poeetomaka "assurance double sure," y the following an paralleled offer of PKEXlUX t'HKOXOS FOB 1873. Every subscriber to TIIE ALDIXR who pays In advance lor the year ur.i, w.ll re ceive, without additional charge, a pair of beautiful oil cbromos, alter J. J. Hill, tbe eminent English painter. The pictures, en titled "The Vlllaae Betie" and- roninir the jiiKr. " are nu i Denes are priuteu from differeut plates, requiting -iS lmpressious and tiuta to perfect each picture. Tbe same cbromos are sold for lu per pair. In ihn art stoies. As it la the determination of its con ductors to keep iHK ALDI.SE out ! the reach of competlllou in every department, the chromoa will be found cirrespuudingly ahead l any that can be offered by other periouical. Every subMSrllajr will receive a cernrlcate, over tbe signature of tbeDubllnh- ers, guaranteeing that the chromoa delivered shall be equal to the samples furnished the agent, or tne money will he refunded The distribution of pictures of this grade, free to tne subscribers lo a nve dollar periodical, will make au epoch in tbe history of Art! aud. considering the unprecedented cheap ness oi ine price lor lot. AtLDJXJS ltsel , Ibe marvel falls little short ol a miracle. even to those best acquainted with tue achievements of Inveuiive geuius and im proved mecnauicai appliances, tror 11. us tralions ol these cbromos. see November Issue of TUE A LDIXE. ) THE LIIEKAKY DEPARTMENT will continue under the care of Mr. Richard Henry Stoddard, assisted by tne best writeis and p-a?tsof the day. who will strive to have the literature of THK A LDIXE alaa) In keeping with lis artistic attractions. TETHVI8. &3persssH.lsaa-saee,witk Oil CkrsaiosrVe, THS A LDIXE will, hereafter, be obtaina ble only by subscnplion. There will be no reduced or club rate, rash for subscription, must be sent to the publishers director handed to the li.cal geut. without rcai-sati-. b'lity to the publithert. except in cee where- tne certincate is given. oe-ring lu, jur , nmite signature uf James Svrrua Ccy AGENTS WANT-SI Any person, Wlshli g to act w?r sulical axeukwill receive fu manently information by applying to, and piompt Nov. 13. 1872. 5f"r"- NE 'vV FAL STOCK OF SOOTS & SHOES B. CRANAGE, No. 10 Market St. WarreruO., Has Just received a complete stock of KJ"E"W GOODS! New Styles of all kinds, suitable for the season, and will dispose of them st as low tigures as any store in Warren. Couslsting of Gent s. Ladies' and children's Boots, Shoes and .lubbers. Custom Work Constantly made to order. Good Satisfaction will be given. sept. 11, 1872. fHE BOSTON FIRE ! Liverpool and London AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO. Paid Lasses st Cklesxe la IS71, aver $S,iOO.00O Cash Assets 1st .'is., U71 - $0,00.000 Cash Assets ia raited SUtes - S.UO.000 Deposited at Columbus, SlOO.QOu. S-M United States Bonds, OLI11TED LIABILITI OP STOCEHOLDEBS. This Comany's Insurance In the Bnrnt District tn Boston is reported as Oue Mil lion, six Hundred and Thirty-nine Thou sand Dollars ,i.WI Out)) and is presumed to be a TOTAL Loss. The Home Board bas pursued the same course in this, -s In tbe Chicago Fire, hav ing telesrraphed over the Cable to draw on England lor "Losses at Boston:" leaving the Assets in the United Stales (i3.oW,owi en tirely untouched. And sal Losses will be paid at sight in Boston, and wtthont discount, as fat as they can be adjusred. We have lust received the Aaencv of this "king or Companies," anr are prepared to give t-oncies in inn same, in three nays of sweeping conflagration no one is safe but by being insured in companies of euornrons capital. For the GENUINE ARTICLE CALL AT OCR BANK, J T. J. M'LAIN & SON,1. Warron. OJolo. K. STATE of James A. Miner, dee'd The undersiened has tx-en ilnlv annoln tci aud qiinlined as Administrator on tha estate of James A. Miner, dee d, lata ot uuiuuj county, onio. r. w , NICHOLAS WENDLER. Brookueld, Dec. 11, loT3-it. I? STATE or Hillery Crooms., ilec'd. rhe undersigned has been duly appoin iV "U !uu,','?wi " Administrator on the ?r.i.r i HHWry ''rooms, dee d, late of Trumbull county. Ohio. Graensburg. June 13. isTwi,.0- TCTTLE- CHARLES WILSONS OYSTER DEPOT, Grocery & Provision Store Fast r Mali St., Warren, Oblo. 03T STERS! MaltM 's C. 8. hi., and H. V. Oy stars. Marvin's Superior frackers and Cakea: best quality Water Crackers. Cross A Black well English Pickles. Hani Ine. etc. Ovstets by eau. half can, or served in tbe best stvle, Kaw. 8 tewed or Fried. A good stock of (iKOCtRIES, PE0TI8I053 lid COSrECTIONAlT. Thankful for past favors, I will do my ba, to please all who may give me a sail. CHAHLKS WILSOV. Nov.S.lS7J-lyr Do You Live i;i Trumbull ? THE SEW WHEELER & WIL siS possesses all tbe advantages which experience has shown, essential t a PERFECT SEWING 3IACUI5E. Seams are crossed with ease. The work guided wi h scarcely an effort. Nearly diKible its lormer power. No under tension toma' age. fevery Joiut can be tightened as fast aa it wears. Ovor 700000 have been manufactured. 5200,000 MORE Wheeler A Wilson Machines have been sold for family n than of auv other make. For sale Ni-. 49 -sin St, Warren. Ohio. Persons sending machines lo our office for adjustment must send tbe HemmerA Bob bins therewith We warrant our work. Wa keep ail kinds of supplies for our machine N M. LtNTo.N. Agent ForTrnmbnll and Portage eon n lie. Ohio. )- N o. 4v Main et Warren, O. Oct SO. IsTv. ILLYELWD LEADER 1873. Cleveland Daily Leader Publishes more Telegraphic News than any other Cleveland paper, rrire Ptr Tsr, (10.00; for Six sstks, $.,0 ror Three aoatks, tiO; far Oae Xoath, $1,00. CLETEHItD Tz2-sr&-ri.xg Xewa Contains all the matter of the Daily Mob 51.10 Ludis, and ail additional tele grauhic and other news received du ring the day. It it the Cheapest Daily Paper ia the West. TERMS: 0i) Per Annum; H.00 tor Six Months; fl.illor Ibrea Months. THE CLEVELAND Tri - We ekly Leader ! Published Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday TERMS : Per year, Jo,0C); Six Months, tLau Three ilonlhs, tlji. The Cleveland Leader Evening News Have a larger circulation than all other English Cleveland Dailies combined. Agents wishing to get up Clubs will please send tor sample copies of the WEEKLY LEADER. All subscrtptioi a ein be sent by Draft or Money Orders to the LEADER PRINTING CO., CLEVELAND. O. IT WILL PAY TO GO TO CLEVELAND H d XIBB0RS, WlSBiJWCiU'.SICES, Prlor and Chamber Fomlf arr, Hat lrs.e un! "prins- Bed. THE LiBSEST STOt'K IS THE WEST. A. S. HERE5DE5 CO. 1IU 116 Bank St., Cleveland, 0 Not. a. 1872. NEW WALL PAPER JUST RECEIVED AT Porter's Book Store We Trim Wall Paper WITHOUT CHARGE. Not. 2Mt HULL & MEASE have just received their fall and winter tock of Boota and Shoes, consisting of lien's. Ladles' Misses' and Childrens' BOOTS AiD SHOES f And the following prices can't ho beat, quality considered : Men's French Calf, tongna Boots, tTS do do do pegged do i.t do do do tap sole do tjit do do do do do 5,0- do do Kip do do Sfr do do do da S. to 4,30 do do tap sola do 4,00 to 5,f do stoga do 3.50 to 4 50 Boys' French Calf, tongue Boots, . do do do do do 4,0G do French Kip Boota. ?,00 to 4,00 do 8 toga Boots, 3.0 to 4.i Yonth'sCalf Boots, I1.TS to t.him' Misses, and Children's Shoes at the same rate. Men's, Ladles' aid Boys' Rubber Boots and SOees oi tna nest quality Leather and Findings Calf. Kip and Upper Toppings and Linings, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather. Sole Leath er cut to suit the farmers, all of wnlch wa sell at living rates, in CUSTOM WORK We stand second to none, as we keep tha latest stvi sol lasts and tbe best work men, we reiTi.tu iuc i,irii nm on me Onest and best Boots and Knoes, at the Trnmnnll eonnty r'alr. Boots at rshoes made to order, and re pairing done neatly. Call at our New Room, one door south of McCooneH's, HULL A MEASE, MAIXST WABKES.0BIO. Oct. Is. ISTi-tf.