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f'ERMS:$2,00 per Year in Advance. WABBII, WEftaEKDli. . i. WILLI1K &ITE1EL Edite? -asd Proprietor. The tow nrica of oora in some parts of the West brings it iota the market for fUiL The small pox has made its appearance In Cleveland. Xino jurors have been selected for the second trhJ of Stokes. The election of Post Masters by the people is a matter, now being noticed by Congress.; '. Japan has just done a good thing ; she has made the atteadanctf at school, in that ocuntry, compulsory. Alice Moore, charged with the murder of Jesse Funk, at Qrolevllle, O., was ac quitted by the Jury last Friday. Judge Orr.of South Carolina, has been appointed minister to Russia. He will sail for Europe about the middle of Jan uary. Daniel Jordan, woo was injured by the bursting of a cannon, whilo celebrat ing our late political victories, st Orwell, has died. The Central Presbyterian Tabernacle in Sew York, f which T. Dewitt Tal madge was pastor, was destroyed by fire last Saturday. . A bill to increase the Presidents salery from the 4th of March next has been endorsed by the Judiciary Comnitte of the House of Reps. The C. 8. Rolling Siock Co. have made' arrangements forlocatingshopSat Mead ville. Pa. This Is a new and rapi.ily growing corporation. Curing the late cold " snap" the ther mometer stood forty-two degrees belo zero at Fort Garry, thirty at St. Paul, and twenty at Milwaukee. The President hs expressed his do termination to put down Mormouismu After tie holidays, the iaws necessary will be placed before Congress. The German emperor has sent theGcr man Eefoiined church of Titnsviile, Pa a cannon captured from the French, which it is designed to cast into a bell. Sharon, Pa., has at List decided to pro cure the necessary apparatus forext'n guisning fires. The subject of water works also bothers the people a little. The Hocking Co. (O.) Sentinel pub liabes the annnal report ot the Com nils loners of that county. It only occupies sixteen co' umns of that paper. Fatness for Bro. Greene,. There is quite ah Improvement in the affairs of the Spanish Government. It has been declared to be the purpose of the Government to provide means for the abolition of slavery. A petition has been handed to the President, protesting against the reap pointment of E. M. Cook as Gov.of Colo rado. His unpopularity is owing to lack of interest in the people -and their in terests. A meeting of coal operators was held at the Tod House, Tonnes town, iast Sat urday evening, at which it ws resolved to reduce the price of mining coal twen ty cent- per ton, on and after Jrnuary 1st, 1873. George Farwell, agent for the Weed Sewing Ma hine Co., in Painesville, O., committed suicide in Cleveland, Sunday last, by taking hydrate of chloral. Cause, intemperance. The fixtures, stock and agricultural implements of Mr. Greeley's farm at Chappaqua have been sold at auction. Everything sold low good plows went from 23 cents to f 1.&Q. The monarchists of Franco have the "helm -of siate" in their own hands. The chance of President Thiers holding bis seat is good; but everything is un certain in that country no telling " what a day may bring forth." The Senate has just passed an import ant bill, namely one to abolish Internal Revenue A' lessors. This will save the government 12.000,000, and perhaps more, per year It will undoubtedly become a law, aa it has been banded to the House for ila concurienee. TheCommitteeon Post office and Post roads in tae House have, by a vote or six to one, rerused to accept the Postmaster General's construction or the law that double postage must be collected on let ters not fully prepaid an I will so re Xo less than three explosions of hot water pipes occurred in Cincinnati last Saturday, on account of the waier free ing in the pipes during the last cold snap, thus preventing circulation. The force of the explosions were said to be terri ble. tearing stoves and furniture at a fear ful rate, and in oner case causing death. Jay Gould has finally "come down" a triumph for the Erie road. Last Thursday, Gould made over to the Cm pany property belonging to the corpora tioa, to the amount of nine millions of dollars. Only a few weeks since ij. wns brought to light that 'all the property owned by Gould was purchased by money belonging to the Erie road. The trustees of the Ohio Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Duml. have made their fMty-eixth report. A complaint la made to the eBect that the officers are receiving much less for their wrvioes than officers in similar institu tions of other Slates. The wbcle num ber of pupils for the year was 397 231 males and 1GG females. The total cart of the Institution for the year was 13,041.40. Contrary to the fact in this country, portions cf Europe have been deluged by rain the rivers overflo ving their banks, raising- great destruction of life and property. In Italy, along the banks ot the Po, twenty thousand families have leen deprived f earthly comforts by the flood. The rivers of France, Belgi itn and Germany have inundated the country in their neighborhood. Every eabLo dispatch brings fresh intelligence of disasters. The bronze statue of Gen. John F. Iteyuolds, who fell at the opening of the battle of Gettysburg, July, 1603, arrived at Gettysburg, Pa., on Tuesday or last week, and was at once hauled to the Sol iters Cemetery, to be plsoed upon the granite pedestal prepared for it, in a few days. The statue is eight feet in height. Weighs MOO pounds, and cost tlO.000. By vote of the Legislature, the State fur nished the cannon osed in easting the statue. It ia pronounced a very fine work of art, and the First Corps, which inaugurated and carried the project through, wilt doubtless have formal pub lie services in regard to it next summer. At the annual stockholders" meeting or the A. - G. W. R. R. Co.. held in e York, on the 9th inst, the following gen tlemen were elected directors for the en suing year: Gen. Lloyd Apinwall, Sew York ; Edward Cooper, Xew York ; Jan. H. Fay, Xe York; Abram S. Hewit New York ; Reuben Hitchcock, Cleve land, O. ; James B. Hodgklns, Mead wtlie. Pa.; Gen. George B. McClellan. New York; W. W. McFarland, Sew York; Henry E. Parsons, Ashtabula. O.; Sobieski Rosa, Coudersport, Pa : John Tod, Cleveland, .; Lawrence Wolls, Jf ew York ; Gen. Geo. B. Wright, Meadville, Pa. At a mibaeqnent meet tag of the newly elected tioard of Direct ors, Gen. George B. MeCietlan and Gen. George B. Wright were unanimously re flected psesjilept and Vice President apec!ive'y,. BROOKFIELD. ' Ed. Chronicle: This town is, per haps, in a thriving condition generally ; but then we have some society here, or near here, that is not necessary for the public good. A few evenings since as Mr. A. Waldorf was passing from his livery stable to his bouse he was assault- 1 ed by two men, one of whom struck him a "blow on the head whK-h nearly felled him, bat gath ring up he warded off the next blow, and dealt one 01" them one of the same kind, also securing a "hand billy " from one or them which be keeps aa a memento. Beginning to get the worst of the bargain, they tok leg-bail, leaving Waldorf champion of the field. Xot long since as Mr. Thomas Bowing was passing along tb'e road, he was knocked down and robbed of his watch and some thirty dollars in money, by two men, named Cooper and Mali, who have been woi king here for some time past Cooper at carpeuter work, and Mull as finisher of furniture. Mr. Bow ing compromised with thorn the next day, and they leil lor a new field. One dav last week ihe money drawer at the store of Oats A Grove was robbed ot some ten dollars in change. A boy having beea noticed silting on the coun tar, near the drawer, a short time before, be was suspected of the theft, and Mr. Oats went for him, when he tried to drop the money on the floor unobserved, but the movement was detected by parties standing near. Being but a boy he was not prosecuted. lie is a son of Cooper, mentioned a!wve, and a boat fifteen years of age. A few days since, a young man of this place came near losing his life by the -arelossnoss of a boy. Floras V 'His was walking in the road, and as he as as cending a hill, was shot in the left shoul der, the ball entering nnder the cellar bone. The f Tee of the ball being snent, it did not break any bones. Sir. Willis is getting along well. The boy was shooting at a bird, and did not observe Mr. W. Pbscil. ! i BURGH HILL. ED. Chbokicle: Mr. M. Brownlee closed bU school the 29th ulL, and in the evening the scholars met at the school house for a farewell parti dl', ate nuts and caiidies,jiiid enjoyed tbomsolves in spite of old Boreas. About ten couples, over- jo ed because tue restraint of school was at last removed, went to the Burgh Dill House, ordered supper, and "tripped the light fantastic toe " till the wee hours. Mr. Brunei 1 Hull has charge of the school this winter, which numbers about fifty scholars. Mr. A. C. Smith is teaching his second term of writing school. It is very Incky for our yonng people that they are able to secure so g. od a penman for instruct or. Mr Mr. Graham has very kindly giv en bis services as pastor to the people of Vernon Centerduring the past year, and they, wishing to show that his services w ere appreciate !, came down to bis res idence one Saturday evening to donate their gifts. The sleigh, on returning, re ceived its burden of two dozen on the embankment in Trout of the tin shop, and when the horses started the load proved to be too much, the stakes gave way, the box broke, and, "O ! what a fall w-s "here, my countrymen 1" The party, with tho exception of three or four, slid down to terrafrma. Weshould judge from the shouts of laughter that no damage was done. . The Epizootic is getting to be a thing of the past, and will sooa pass into his tory. A few horses that were congratu lating themselves that they would escape the epidemic, are sadly disappointed. We, with the rest, are enjoying the fine winter weather aud good aleigbing. Dec. 21, 1872. Clara. SOUTHINGTON. E D. C H bok icl E : The people of Sou th ington enjoyed a general jio d time on Tuesday evening last, in the way of an oyster supper and "church festival," which was held at the residence of Mr. Harrison Chalker, for the benefit of the M. E. church. At an early boor the house was filled to overflowing. The wealh r wrs beautiful. The evening passed away too swi ttly, as all seemed to enjoy themselves, especially at the taoles which were furnished with good things generally. Mr. Herrick (onr worthy Postmaster) served up the oysters in ex cellent taste, we should judge, by the wsy they went off. We think these " neck tie parties" are of more than ordinary interest. Each gentleman purchases a number, each lady is given one, all pro miscuously. It is a plea-'ant sight to see old gentlemen escorting young ladies to the table, smiling as they go. Then we seo young men and boys waiting on the older ladies, laughing, pleased to think that its only for a short time, we pre sume. Tho company was pleasantly surprised by a serenade from the Nelson Bra-s Band. After listening to several pieces or music, which those boys know just how to play, they were invited in and treated to supper, after which they made the house ring with their soul- cheering music. This band is led by Mr. Wilson Mills, mho spares no pains to make it one of the best brass bands out. Many good wishes from Soutbington to tue boys of the Nelson Band. The com pany will not forget the politeness of Mr. Cbalker and family, who tried to make ail happy aud st home. Dec. 23, 1S72. E. NEWTON FALLS. , Editob Chrobiclb: Time moves slowly on, aud so do we. Bat we do not remain dormant while our neighbors exert themselves to rival ns. We bare lately organized in oar village a de bating class, o imposed of aome or our moat talented citizens, together with a few aspiring youths, which bids fair to be an organization both interesting and beneficial. Our present question for discussion is Kesolved, that it is just and proper to exteud the right of suf frage to Women. The discussion of this question bids fair to be raihepspicy. We ha.-e also a literary and declaiming class connecter with our Union School,wbiob is developing taleut that we bepe may be appreciated and ncooraged, fer we feel that onr literary talent of the pres ent age is rather degenerating than im proving, and that no advantage should bo lost that would have a tendency to increase our number. Onr Mozart Soci ety, uuder the instruction of Prof. A ma ns Little, which has been running for about fi teeq years, and which, judging from present ii.dialisus, may be good for fifteen more, bj developed apme cf the finest musical talent of our ocm ina nity, besides being a place or rendezvous for our young people. And judging from the manner in which tLey pair off alter discipline has eeased, one would imagine that they enjoyed it much. Our dancing club, organized for the benefit or those who enjoy the light fantastic recreation, meets at Parson's Hall en Friday evening of an-b week. And last, but not least, there is to be a Christmas festival, held at the Disciple Church, on Christmas evening, to which (be little folks are looking forward with great anticipation. ; We trust that they may not be disappointed. Bbbvitt. Dec. S, 18T2. PVV.I A T. Stewart broke bis leg by facing on the kieos f f his residence Saturday evening, '', NEWTON FALLS. GREENE. Ed. Cbbohicle: I live in the neigh borhood of your Greene correspondent. and seeing an article in jour paper or the 11th inst. from his pen, damaging to the pood name of oar honored pastor, ask to be beard in his behalf. And first. will correct a false impression. Hedoes not aay the Paator of tha Disciple Church voted for Horace Greeley," but persons reading his article, and not knowing of the political orthodox or the pastor, have inferred this. A mistake of so much public importance should not co without correction. I speak ad visedly; the pastor did not vote for H. G., but for Gen. Grant. Yonr cor respondent nan brought onr pastor be fore the great tribunal the public without cause. I speak the more plainly, for he was himself once a pastor, and even now keeps a B.b.e in his honse, and is supposed to know of the great rule binding on all good men. For his benefit, however, will transcribe. "If your brother sin against yon, go and tell him or his faults between you and him alone ; if he hear you, yon have gained your brother. But if he will not hear you, take with yon one or two more, that by the mouth or two or three witness every word may be established. But if he re fuses to them, tell it to the Church, and iT he refuses to hear the Church, let him be to you as a heathen and a publican." He has reversed the law, or in defiance of law has proceeded as though he cared only to remember, " let him be to thee as a heathen man." He has seen fit to repeat and make public under the cap tion, A Grave Charge," words spoken in the freedom of every day intercourse; and if be has spoken the whole truth, convicted the parson ef rudeness justly censurable, deliberately writing this in bis own boose, in sight of bis erring neighbors whom he has known all his life, and up to that wri ing on terms ol friendship, and then giving his story to the printer, that he may repeat it thou sands of times, nntil everyone in all the land may know what a rude neighbor D. R. B. of Greene has, and what an unworthy man the Church there has for a pastor. As be thinks this kind of news is aougbt after by your readers. I will state a few other things heard and seen in his vicinity: "Horace Greeley is an old fool," " rotten with free loyeism," "ought to be hung." Yonr prudent scribe will say "Stop, that was before election, men were excited, their words should not be repeated." Well, be it so ; and come to what has been since election, since the death. I would not flatter, but love to speak well of my neighbor your contributor. He baa large bowels of mercies," a sympathy for the sorrowing, " passing the love or women," his pathetic pen has often been used, even in common affliction, so aa to bring tears to eyes unused to weep ; so well is this understand by your readers. that whenever the anxiously looked for i ni tials, D. R. B is seen at the foot of an obituary, those who have tears to shed. prepare to shed the n then. I hsd been reading an article from the New York World on the death of Horace Greeley, and as I looked in the (aoe of my daugh ter, and thought of those two orphaned girls in the great city, motherless, father less, lover buried in the great ocean. thrice bereave.l,croshed,bleedlng hearts' said to myself. Will not this sacrifice prevail ? Will not men's hearts return to them, and scorn change to pity f With these and kindred thoughts I met your ntributor. who usually in the presence or grief is filled with tenderness; baton this occasion, when the sad event was mentioned, the response he gave was a chuckle, indicative of satisfaction he might have felt at the slaying of a mad dog, accompanied by the remark, in a tone heartless and exultant, " be hadn't braius enough to stand the pressure." As be has undertaken to inform the public of the bad words and rnde con duct, of his neighbors, beginning with the pastor, be may think it necessary to next report what he has heard me say. would spare him all unnecessary labor, and speak for myself touching the ''grave charge" without Impugning motives on one side, or apologizing for mistakes on the other. The railroad corporation aaid to the man with whom it bad the fight We will make it so terrible for the publio to fight as, right or wrong, that they will stop it. So the great party " grown rich on the spoils of war, with , the tyranny incident to great corporations, said we will make it ao terrible for these men who dis regard our dictum, that all otheisnow aud henceforth shall Tear to break from party rule. The campaign opened, the war begun, faults were multiplied and magnified, falsehood and calumny be came common currency, and a persistent effort to make the people believe H. G. a sham, his life a failure, and he in league with the vilest of the vile ; all this pictured, printed, preached, aworn to, until the masses, including women and children, believed it, shaping and augmenting a malignant spite, limited only by man's capacity- to hate, all settling on the doomed head ; and then the seeming endorsement of this by the otea of tbe neoole. And here thn nnpnfl cli an gen, and Horace Greeley dies, killed oy party Hale, Hut your sen he will not be pleased unless some notice is taken of his masterly logic Hia argumenta tive powers appear to good advantage. Thin effort of bis has been pronounced by good critics and competent jndges in our town, "the best thing he ever did ;" tbat surely ia praisa enough. I will therefore reproduce from his "thirdly " the conclusion ef the wbolo matter, differing in verbiage, but not in sub stance from the " grave charge '' itself. Hear the eloquent writer in his own words : "When the intelligen ce reached him of his overwhelming deleat, it vat too much or nit shattered nerve and dis ordered brain, and he tank under the presture" Tbat is fine, so uiui-ii like poetry it might be set to muatrl He did not die, was not killed, bnt he had nerves and brains, and could not endure tho obloqux , tuek at no other American citizen, good or bad, teat ever required to endure, and be aank under tbe pres sure," that was all. I am glad for onr logical friend that he did not add a fourthly to his grave charge article ; one step moie in tbe direction his argument waa leading, and what he has now left bis readers to infer, wonld have been proven, that is, tbat this "pressure" was cast upon H. G. with malice afore thought.. I beg our friend not to take that step, good men feel bad now over their terrible work. B.it he finishes his piece most graadly. I forgive him the severity to the pastor in consideration cf magnanimity be now snows te him who '-sank nnder the pressure." Richard ia himself sgsin, and the milk ef human kindness eomea down most freely. "Of Mr. Greeley s improprieties,' he ssys, "we feel no disposition to speak." How kind and good be is. bis keen vision sweeping all along tbe current of that man s lite, seeing all bis improprieties. and vet will not speak of one. But he continues,' If he had any faults of this beseems to doubt we will bury them with his ashes." I know not whicb n.ot to fdmire, the originality of these conceptions or this magnanimous spirit mat gave mem utterance. A word of comfort right here for the paator. The outlook is hopeful, for only during life you have te fear the exposure of your improprieties, or the heralding aoroaa or your faults ; whan you " sink under tbe pressure " only your virtues wu po rememDerea Dy your neighbor, the scribe. ' Only one sentence mo.reand be finishes this wonderful (ommuDK tion ; but that' one sentence is enough, for it fixes the plaos of H. G. in bistorv ana rescues memorv from oblivion I And now as a s. quel u il mis, J make suggestion ; it ia that your correspon dent. D. R. 3., write a eulogy on U. G.. and Sat makes a pi ture, picture of Uncle bam, ia holiday dress, with a " bland smile," presenting to the or phaned girls in New York, as a token of tbe nation's gratitude for their father's services, a copy of Harper' e Journal of Civilization. - E. W. GREENSBURG, Dec. 20. 1872. Death of Mr. John Fleming. The older residents of Warren will re member Mr. John Firming, formerly -resident of this place, but who haa re sided in Oregon for a number of years. A few daya sines intelligence reached his relatives b-re or his death. We copy tbe following notice from the .Enterprise newspaper, published at Oregon City, in the Stale of Oregon : Dbath OP ANOTHER PlOXBBB John Fleming, an old ami highly esteemed citizen of' this city, died at the residence ,.r u- T V Rn.li.lt law, VI mi il. i' m.in - ing about ten o'clo. k. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1795, and was 77 yea' a, 8 months, and S davs ot aie. M r. Flens ing if well known throughout tnis Slate, having come here in 1645, and resided in this city ever since. He was postmas ter lor about twelve years in this place, and held other positions of trust, which he discharged With credit and honor to himself. He was the oldest and first printer on tne Coast, having set tbe first type in tbis city, in February, 1846, on tbe Oregon Spectator, which wss edited by Mr. T. Vault. He was also the oldest book printer on the Coast, h ing set up, printed and bound an edition of Web ster's Spelling Book in IMS, wlim no books could be obtained in this State. He wss well kuown throughout tbe Stat by all old printers, aud universally re spected. Before bs came to this Htaie he hsd worked ia Ht. Louis, Ciucln nati, and other western cities, iis haa a daughter living at Warren, Ohio, who was out here about two years ago, and a son at i'ainesyilie. Onto, which constitutes his family, lie has also brothers living in several of the Western-utoe. Mr. Flem ing bus been sick for over a year, aud during that time was confined to bis room about four months, rut recovered so far as to be able to attend to bis busi ness until within tbe last month, when he wa sgain compelled to confine him self to his room, aud on Monday morn ing he passed sway without a struggle, dying with such ease tbat those around him were not aware that he bad breathed his last. He was buried on Tuesday, Rev. Mr. Sell wood preaching the funeral sermon, by Moltuomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. A. M., of which he was a member beiug a Master Mason. Peace be to bis ashes. The Galaxy. The Galaxy hss now entered on tha eighth year of its existence, under cir cumstances of unusual prosperity. This Magazine has from the first occu pied a field entirely its own. The aim of the Galaxy haa been to liscuss promptly every great subject which is uppermost In the public mind, and to have tue discussion carried on by our ablest and best known men in each de partment. These papers by conspicuous public men, on nstional topics of Importance, will be continued, and will em brace con tributions from the m.at prominent or our living statesmen on questions of na tional interest. Hon. Gideon Welles will several times sppear as the author or Political Remin iscences of tbe highest value and inter est. Mr. J. S. Black and the author of the Desultory Sketches" or politicians of note will both continue to engatre tbe in terest or tbe readers o: The Galaxy Also other articles bv our most orom- inent statesmen, wbicb the Duolishera are not yet at liberty to announce. A new story, by J W. De Forest, the author of "Overland" and "Kato Beau mont " called the "Wetberel Affair," will run through the year 1873. inis serial, tbe nrst Dart of which ia given in tho December number, deals wit I. characters and surroundings differ ent from those hitherto treated by Col. Lieroresi, ana it win command tbe un interrupted interest of tbe reading pub l:o, even more tnan previous stories bv the same author, who is justly entitled to tbe leading place amonz our Ameri can novelists of to-dsv. Ix tbe January number will iniwir the first instalment or a new story, by n. aiioio uiwvaq, no author or "Ought We to Visit Herf" "Steven Lawrence. Yeoman." "Arohie Lovell "Susan Fielding." etc I bis story will be printed in The (Jul. axy from advanced MSS. forwarded by lrs. towards, and will be eaarerlv wel comed by the thousands of admirers or tbe author who nas won a leading place among English novelists. A new novel, by Mr. Justin McCarthv. tbe author or "Lsdv Judith." eic. will also appear in The Galaxy during the year 1040. A valuable series of Daners will he furnisbed by Carl Benson, undsr the title of "Casual Cogitations," and will include the results 01 the wide and varied experience of men and.affairs which the author has enjoyed. Mr. Kicnard Urant White, whose con tributiens to The Galaxy has been missed during the last year, will resume his die cussions or philological and ether subjects in the volumes for 1873. Mr. Edward Crapsev. whoa t articles on "The Neither Side or New York" have won for him ao desirable a position aa a faithful describer of low li e in tb Metropolis, haa. as tbe principal politi cal correspondent of tbe New York Time during the Presidenti tl cnuvass, enjoyed rare opportunities for studying the workings oi our political macbirierv, which be will use in a series of pictur sque papers for The Galaxy, wbicb will well reward the attention of all readers Mr. Juniua Henri Browne, alna'y favorably known to tbe readers 01' The Galaxy, will furnish a n-table series ( pspers on Women in thir relations to society and affairs. The first, which w 1 1 be published in the January number, will bs on "Women as Companions." Mr. Justin McCarthy, who nwd no introduction to tbe frienrls of The Gal axy, will bea regular contributor. Mr. Albert Rhodes, the author of tbe Sketches in The Galaxy for the pasty far n foreign people .ind their custoimswill add to those papers a -further series of similar character. These are a few of tbe features r The Galaxy for ls7l or whicb the Publishers can now inase positive announcement. Arrangements are in progress for oth-r attractive articles, which will be duly advertised. ' The "Scientific Miscellany" of The Galaxy has proved so generally popular tbat tbe Publishers seek to make it still mi. re deserving of the attention of intel ligent readers. The department is pre pared by a distinguished scientist, whose relations with the lesding scientific men of England, aad Europe generally, are such aa to enable The Galaxy to'keep abreast of the latest facts. In the department of literary criticism The Gaian will have the assistance of some or the clearest and brightest intel lects in the country. Tbe Galaxy gives great care to the se lection of short stories from tbe lare number offered Its Editor, and makes them a noticeable feature of the maga zine. The Galaxy la edited with the nicest possible appreciation ef tbe public taste. ani-i aeeins fitted to reeet the wants of every member of the family. For the trifling expense of S4.00 per year one may ootain in Tbe Galaxy vast amountof instructive and entertnin ing reading; and, were tbis his only source of culture, one could not fall very far behind the spirit of the age. Address Sheldon A Co., 677 Broadway, New York. ' Dr. Woi. Paine, who moved from Warren to Philadelphia, a few yegra ago, ia referred to in the Pittsburgh Commercial as follows: Dr. Win. Paine, famous aa being laoDtinea with the bogus diploma business, now declares be was assailed ia that particular by men guilty of rrauaa in other directions, especially in tbe collection of Pennsylvania's war claims, and that be will soon pub lish a well-substantiated stat-ment on tbis subject, which will establish tbe guilt of prominent men in what is so well known ae tbe Evans case. It is also intimated that a prominent Sen ator will move for a reopening of this case, when the Legislature meets, on tbe ground that be has witnesses to prove many new and interesting facta in connection therewith. The people want the truth, whicb has never yet been made publio on this subject - - ??8 r. -The Supreme Court of the United State, as now constituted, stands as fcJlPWai ifatue. Hate. S P. Cbae Ohio..,..,.,. Nathan CliffordMaine....... X. H. 8wavne...Ohio Age. ......63 -....67 61 68 fA Ap'd. J63 ld 18! 1162 J862 1S63 1N70 187J 172 I Da Id Davie Illinois Sam'l F. Miller...Iowa. Stephen J. Field. California. 61 J'S. P. Brad!ev...New Jersey. ..58 Wra. Stronft....,.Pennrlv'a....fl-i Ward Hunt.......Nw York...3 ! ' Governor TVarmoth, of Louisiana, has been impeached for high Crimea and misdemeanors by the Republican Legislature of that Slate. The fac a which lead to this event may summed up as follows: The suit brought against Warm, th byK-llogg, the Republican Governor elect, for illegal interference in tbe late elec tion, was followed by a temporary order from Judge Dtirell, of th Uni ted fciatta Circuit Court, restraining Warmoth from canvassing the voir. Regardless of this, tile Governor, on the 4th iusL, is-ued a proclamation declaring the official returns as pro mulgated by the Warrooth Returning: B'lanl, to be correct and in accor an e with law, and commanding all ufflpeia and persona of the State to respect the same, and convening, at the same time, the Legislature for the 9th. Judge Uurell. however, on the follow ing day declared Warmoth's procla mation to be in violation of the re straining order, and empowered the United Stales Marshal with a milita ry posse to take possession of the State House, and prevent all assem blages "claimed bv virtue of a pre tended canvass." 'The Circuit Court having declared the Kellogg Board the only legally constituted board, granted another order enjoining the Clerk of the Hou-e and the Srt;retary of the Senate of the old Legislature from calling any names of members but those returned by it, and restrain ing the police from interfering with the organization of 'he House and Senate. In pursuance of the -all ft the Governor, the Republican aa well as the "Fusion" Legislatures met on Monday last, the one aitting at the State House, the other at ths City Hall. Tbe former, immediately after organizing, passed a resolution Im peaching the Governor a id suspend ing him from nffii-e, ami another re questing the President for the neces sary protection. Attorney General Ogden, of Louisiana, on tho other hand, has applied to the Supreme Court of the United States tor an injunction against Judge Durrll. The two rival Legislatures of Alabama have sent Committees to Washington, and submitted their clsinis lo the o nMderatioti of Attor ney (Jeneral Williams. The ftepub- icnn Legislature haa elected George E. Speucer United States Senator. MARRIAGES. Marriage Notices inserted Gratis. ......-..... 1 "..."". '-. At Mineral Ridge, at tho residence of the bride, Nov. l- isri oy Joseph st wart. Ksq., M-. JnHN M J.lMtJ. of NUes. and MiM M AKY ANN UAKKltl. At Ohltou. Dec 17, IN72, bv Jo eph Stewart, tju . JAME-i A. Ke.NNl.sON, and Mli KM.UA stiAFFElt. bulb ot Ob'tou. In Mecca, on tha 7h Intl. by N. U. Pal mer. Kmi .Mr. ISAAC Bttl-iTr.K, of Mecca, to Miss jlAitY McLMlN AL1. of ureeus burg, O. No cams. Dec. 17, at Newton Falls, by Rev. 8. IX Taylor. Mr. SYLVKSIKR fcl'KOC'K. l MiaaMAUY ANN HITCHCOCK. Dec, 1. IK7i.by Elder O. Hlgins of Hharoo. Pa.. l the fesldeuce of the oride's parents In bnmkneld. Onto. 1r J No. H. Van- SLVKK and Miss Tfc.fl'lK A. iLaKK.i uuiu ui nnioKDelu, I ruuiuuu CO., UUKK At tbe Eagle Hoase, In Warren, on the 17th lust., b JeQenon Palm. Mr. KAHl't.L J K.N KINS, to Mis. fcXIZABKTU JONKS. bulb of Church Hill. At tbe same time and place by the same Mr. JOHN m. JENKINS, to Miss haRaH JENKINS, botu ofcuurcb Hill. In Warren, on the lsth dy of Dec., by Jef ferson Palm, Mr. THoMAh KINCXDE to Mis. LUCY A. MINER. bothcl Champion. At the mldence of tbe bride's parents, Chasrln Falls, Dec. :s. by the Kev. C. N.li.a-l, Prof. JaMES f. WILSON, to Mias HATT1E LARN AUD. Dec. 10. 1K72. at the M. E. Parsonage. In irangeVllle, Trumbull coonty.o., by Hev. E M Prnser. Mr. O.H.HENRY. of Cbnrch Hill, Trumbull county, o., to Mi a HCR ENE WINCH, of Cherry Valit-y, Ashta bula county. O. In Greene, Dec I9th. by Rev. R. W. Crane. Mr. COR WIN HYDE, of Farmington, and Miss LI DE NOBLE, of tireeue. DEATHS. Notice of death free—Obituary five cents per line. In Bloomfleld. Nov. 29. 172. NANCY JANE DIFrOHD, aged Is years, 7 mo, and 10 days.- f 1ST OF LETTERS IjUnrlalmed, remaining tn the Warm foil office. Tuesday. Dev. 24, IS72. Bergstrom Carl Blomginist G 2 B'own J A Blacaburn Albert Chambers J T ( narlMju J P Cox Isaac Davis Wm Daulelnon J P Downing Henry McMahonTbos Mct'raclten Cllga McDonald Ml KatJ Mecban Michael Minard Cnarlie Mai Icy Michael Murphey Misa Alice 2 Norman Ann Nilsaon Jan 2 Powell Thos Robert David Kelpie MrC Heiple Beckle Bioblum Lars Kbafer A C Hlcold L W Rtrong Lncy E Rpencer R B Kerni Harriett Htrock Geo Toonney Patrick Tnttle J P Valentine N C. WatkiDs Eats H Wagner Valentine Wilson Wells Wilson James Wioroth AB2 utiss J on 11 2 Urayson Mary C Harris Geo Hil. T 8 Haskel Jessis HellMeu J O untley bcott F Hunt Misa Mary B Hover Mr M Ho an T H Jobmton A Johnson Carl Jiibnson Margaret Jme Margsret King Mrs Libble Lang Carrie M Lawiton Mr M MalUugly Jobn B Those marked with a stab are foreign. Persons wishing to obtain the above, will please local! lor advertised letters. II not called tor in :M daya will be Mnt u -lead letter office. ittw nonrs. 7-.ll) A. M.. to 7-80 P. M. Sir Money sent without danger of loss. Rates ol commission cnarged for money orders : in orders not exceeding 51 05 eta. Over $5 and not exceeding S'JO w10cts. Over iJU aud not exceedlug : 15 eta. ov-r ta and not exceeding $-H. 20 ct. c ver Ho and not exceeding to0...i:i els. No slugleorder issued for more than 150. E R. WISE. 1-. Jv-ttlcments Ordered to b Advertised- TT IS ORDERED THAT THE I 'nllowlna account of Executor. Ad- lo.oiitrMtor and Guardians, which have been niled in tins Court, oe aavenisea i r four eoiikecutlve weeks, according 10 law, sndtbatthey remain on file for luanectinn ami exceptions, null! the :llh day of Jan. A. D. 1K73. when thev will be examined and ordered to record If no exception appear ibeieio. to-wit: David B. King, dee d fln'l settl'mt of Ex'r rauny liavi. do do A Vtets do do John MeMnrray do do Kami Mounialu do do Kulh L Adg te do "do Th'-mas Frvin do do Emenon Jackson do do David Cotuittock do part'l Lyman Pierson do do J. ho Hadsell do do David Burn do do aauel W ise do do J ,.tib Lmigaberger do Dn'l Hxlome Diehl do do K Uab'h Ackerman.do do William Barber do do Alexander Beaxl do do Nancy Drake uo do William Lynn ' do do David Oswald do do Charily Halslead do do H C Miller do do Robert K Pops do do John R Jones do do Sylvester G Hall do do Horace Norton do do (vaGooduart do do Baracb G Eno do do Geo. Aid rman do do B 1 rah Messenger do do David J McEwen do do Mary Leslie do do Tbftodore Kagan do do A lanson Brockett do do John Laue do co H s Bobbins do part'l Nathan B Phelps do do Jno W Power do do David J McEwen do do do do do do da do do do do do do do do do do do do do d do do do do do do Ad'm do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do .do do do do do da do do do do do do do do do do do do do do an do do do do do do do do do do do do do do d Christian Glelah do do do Jane B a Jas 8 Tod, m infra, fl n'l do Gnar do do A R Chaffee do Marv Everett do do do do do do - do do do do ' do do do do do do part'l do do Ho ao do do do fi dp do da do do do do do do dj do do do do do do do do do do do do Calvin G SuillfT do A A ShetTelton do Ira Fergnson do Harriet E Wright do MaryZGilsnn do Wm E VanOorder do Eunice U Hall do Ira R Openiander do Mary E.A C 4 B H Fox do Emma E Mills do liar sy gage do J D Wouders do JDELKAAWes- ' colt ' do J. A.. KN.iO. A. Brook do Geoige Mason do Jobn K Reel, minor, Henry Hnntar do Alvarelta Crosier do Harriet w llson do f. W..O.W..O E.4 ' Irena Loonii do F VT Pl-tce ' ao Emma F Moore do GtorgeMelliah do Martin Holcorqb tq C I linj-aoq da C E Hoicomb dq A F openiander do do do do do ds do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 4 do do do do & do do do do do do do do ft do do do do da do da do do Wilbur Holcomb do W. K..J. W.4L.O II irper do James sbont do Mary Melllab. lunatic. Anuie W Harnett fln'l John M Trew do do do do do do do do Trua. do Aalg's MANB. .. tJndf. ALBERT T Pro De2 ISTJ-4t 1 (Surressor to K Hlrhfl-M,fc Buffalo nothing Hunse, So. 2 Haia St ret t, Warren, Ohio, CLOT H I E R, Has a large and varied stock which be is determined to sell VERT CH1DAP FOP.- in order to prepare for a full SPRING STOCK OF NEW GOODS. A. I. FRANK. Proprietor, W. H. Heksixckk, Salesman. Dee. 25, 187J. VTOTICE. rne partnership heretofore existing be Iwieo tne undersigned baving been tits solved, we requ-slMll persons baviug un aelllrd areouuts to call and settle ttie hms as we dt-slre to close up our books as soon aa pos-ible. K. ( KH' a co. UaL-oiislnrg, O., Dec 23. Hf72-3t A TTACHMEXT. .). K. Beemnn, flfO. vs. John fronln, In-irt. Before t'has. Wannemaker, J. P. of botithirigtoo township. Trumbull roaiitr Onto. 11. ilia i;tb ur of lec a. t. 7i, said Jus'iivt Usu-d an ordernf sttachmeiil In the above action for tbe snm tf eiuhty etgut di,UrK eighty-fteven and ou- half cts. (f.v KT'-i. 1 HhI.i i-aiuse to net lor bearing Feb ruary 4lb. 173. at lOo'clork a m. O. K. BEEMAS. Dec. 23. 1872-3S A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. THE PITTOTC DAILY DISPATCH. PROSPECTUS FOR 1873., Thofce of our retleti who dsira flrtcl n dally v it r h'ulO by ah iiir-an aub.x-ribe hn the i.itttiuT4 Daily Dispatch one of t ie l rxent. liveliest miiJ cihh-.i mp-r in the United Mite. The Djma'I4-h tin.. in-rD efctttMisnrd over u quarter ol rei-tiuy; in iiiflepuiHteul In kj Hicn. advocni ui hiws iruMte mmurtft wnit-i prminne lite ttiealeHi pfeible giiou to ihe InrgcM possible niuiiiter, KiveMdMily thiily-ix (-oluiuim of i titter. emnrHclut. the latent newo tel grit pit, ihe raol reliable mark el report, th- laiet cu ble lelexrtlit. Hie ireMUel t,ftci!.i1 ive news, 1 he lau-sl I'uiJK'eH.'-hMiHl reoort. I h fullest local r in. wilh all ibe new tiT inii. Iti 1 1 utility the. must inl rei Inn pet.ul and pot 1 1 leal lit-in, lull telegraphic mutkel re port iron 1 all point hoi liuporiam-e.eMMKUd wrr aim itiuen oilier mailer ol tin enter taining and tuiruiilve ctiHrv ter. It i the in out idfly eirenlated uirr in Ihe .stale. outside if PhlUdelptila, Ila dnliy editmu ueltiic now coiiKideraniy over 13.4V aud now imbxiritH-n are ever, day ot-itiu a"dt-d 10 it lis'M. term oir vsar to niail Mibscrt' berM. $00. or it can be ordeied tUfouub KiceniH In and town or village within oi.e hundred and filly mile ol FtiuburK. t fliteeu cent per week. TUE WEhKLT BISPArCH. To those wishlnt a good and reliable rfty Weekly f wtmid recotuiu- nd the PittMborn Weekly Dispatch, one ot the baudaoiiiebi, cbeestMnd moi reliable pap-in publnu ed Tne Weekly Di patch Riven thirty aix eolumnA tf ina ter. pnuted in clear. large type, and Is one o1 the beau a it baa km been one 01 the cheapest. If not Me cheapest, weeklies In the country. It cen tal u all the latest news of tbe day p. .lit! cal. commercial and Keoeral ai d as an en lertaintnic.instrnctlveaird acceptable fami ly journal is not excelled oy any paper in tbe country. The Weekly Dispatch is furnished to single subscriber at t,50 a year, or In club of ten to one add reui at 1,0m each, with a free paper to the prty setting np the club. Hohaoribers may remit by mail either in moaey or by oHtoflic Order, which U the aaier mode. PoiniTwtr reeeivlnfe snb aertben for the Dispatch, either Daily or Wkekly. are anihor'zed lo retain twenty per cent, on published ratea for sinicle sub set Ibera. or ten per cent, on oar club rate. Addre,0' .SKILL 4 UO K. pablishers of Daily and wkkklt dispatch (DtKpitcn Iron KnlUUnjft, ff7 and 69 Filth aveun,Vltts burg. Pa. decJo-Jt (UoEEHAAVt) MAMMO TIX TAPE WORM OVER 37 FEET LONG J 1ST REMOVED FROM Mr. EDWARD JON3S, OF WARREN, Bt Drs. S3I1TI1 & FORCE. Mr. JONES' STIPES EST. Wiaecx, Oaio, Dec. 11372. Having attended the lectures recently Civen In this place by Drs. 8ralth A Fores. and witnessed their tamiliarity with the diflVrent nyxteros of medicine, and been convinced of tbetr Integrity and uccc by a testimonial signed by the Mayor and lead ing cltizeu of their resident city, Syracuse N. T.. I applied to them (or relief fionj a diaeaae which the many pbyticlan to whum I bad previously applied, have failed to re lieve or even dueorer. Drs. Smith Force suited that I waa afflicted with Tape Wunn, and have demon ati ated the correctness of their declaration by removing from my system a ilmtter Tape Worm, OVK 37 fzt LOsq. tar which (hey have my grateful thank. I take pleas- are in giving publicity to the fact, hoping that other needing skilled medical service may thereby be Induced to avail them, selves of the superior skill of these gentle men. EDWARD JONES. tyon Cutter, Warren. Drs. SMITH & FORCE Treat tcith emal tuccest. the most inveterate VBP'IHV - - " - children. We take in hand nd en engaae to cure disease tbat bave ' heretofore baffled the best medical sailL 8ucb aa . CATARRH, CA5(F.E, DEAF5ESS, ETE DISEASES, ASTRA, 11HEPATIS3b;, taa PUes f th Laad, Stonack, Lir.r, Kldaers, Hert a , loo s.d Skis Dine?. SrrraM i (teaeral lieWlltjr, sy. Tlie above mentioned Tape Wortn tnay be seen at the Thompson Hoe, War Ten, Room 23. where we may bo consulted dall from a. ni. until Kp.ni. Von Our stay most be limited, yet we shall remain long enough to aiv requisite peraoUHl aiieutUm to pMtlenrs coroiuic un der .ar treatment, iviifowi defirv Perma nent office and mldence, fio, 13 HUerltt Htn Cleveland. Oh lo, . 'dr. ' SvVe ? ..:,t: . Aiteol. Fliff vh. P.r. tonkand oilier, wtiuMa nst 111 4 nr unknown, h nd Jaiiuwu n ihe tlrm 01 P T. i'ouk Ji C'-xjit-H'ii. In liit-1 no. t of common Plea of Trum bull timiity. U. 1. r J.Nk and theoiherdefrndanu whose imnit-K Hie unknuwii. will itkt imiic ihttl tu eievwuud Cement Pipe Company, did. on the 7(U ay of lc. A. I. Kl. tite tlieir petition 1 1 (he Court 01 Common Pleas of 1 uiu'iun -rutli V, HHU -"lUif in w i , amg.' P. r. Cook J the other defendant wrM tiaiii aud rfsidfiK-eM tare unknown, setting forth that thejiii d-f-ndatita are iudebtu to mm id putmiru m the anm ol ibit-w bun- dred at.d thtriy-iMiedoilHr and thirty five reiit(-fl :. fr rurtrbandie old and d llvrr d. The maid plaiutldn also procured an order of attachment uu the xumr day In said caae lo Saainat the property f aid delrmtnula according to law. ald case will be tried at re- rury trra oraaiu Conrt IbTJ, wbicn aetaFebtuary th of satd year. TAVLOK A JuNts, Dec 25, l72-t Ptl fla Atty's. 1873. The Pittsburgh CflHHESCIAL Daily and Weekly LIIlA-DICtTG- PENNSYLVANIA PAPER. A pitper so wldelv known is the COM" MLUel ALcan ttafely ivi-r to it course tn the pu.taa Ktiarttuty for the future But 11 wui not be ooutent to parsoe the beateu oath. '1 he re-eiee tion of G-nert Grant in tturea for the country a lengthened period of prferily ud prKreij Ttie pre is des tined ti piay a 111 mitre important part an the educ-itor of the people and leader of public itpinitm. In the future, an lu the pat,.heC'O.VIfEKClAL will not beconteut to laic lu the rear, bu will be folly up to the timet In whatever relates to the general welfare. Ah A PAPKR F GFA'ERAL IXTFLLT OKXt'K AND MKfIL'M K THK Ulwr S WH.the- 'OviMfciK'! L is widely known and appreclatad. . We expend annually m uy ihfuaHidM of dollar to hUj-piy tne wuituor the public Ana PVPMthF PKOGRE-W. it will here stter etntitiue to maintain Its cbaructer In this respect. A-a AHKR-FO. I V ION. the COM M E K- I VI will continue ti diKi-tiH men nd ueHNur n wth iene-t lre-dm mihI wttli an eyv mttule ti public jikhI, tHril-iig I lint the principle ! the Kt-publican party Will theieby be b-sl KUlwe-rved. As no INlKPKNir NT RKPUBLICAN HAI'KK, tlieCUMMt-.Ki; AL a ll CtlU.le lU'iwu iwrlv t.ir lit (iwu Kood, eli-viux timt iti free di-cuv.ioii and the iudct-iid-ut expraiiu of opluiuu uuiy can our institu tions be p eered. AsaliCIM-H PAPER, the COMMER CIAL will hi rea ter. a, heretofore, eijploy eviy aaeucy it cau CHiiiiiand to meet tne uauloi lUfpunlic. Nw that tne period of purty exciieim-nt ha oeeu pal. It will im fpectal atu ntioti to tpLcn luier-iin lu llieoouullUK room. tie bwiikitatud marts t trade. kWIuh prominence to .-science. Art luvuiion, Ain-ullure and MnttuiHClure. rAru rt ihk kail.y it win five reauju- eaculutnl to tntiut, Iru pnive the reading taste and impro.e the ujlnd. Asa M RtvP.r PAPER its reports will al-wa-k punaens a special excelienae. ao lluil the buyer aud seller can at ab tiuiea con sult Hh colutnus fir every neceaMry infor mation aa to prices aud the spirit of the d i Here n I bmucbes of trade, vervtbina: tbat la bought and sold In tha Pittsbun$h inarbet and the leading mrkts of the country will receive careful attention, aud at a large coat. Tbe country is about entering on a period ol un-jsaiupled pr.jupentv. The field of Journal mm ucootMiily ezpandiDg. It will oe tne Mitn oi luetuw.Mf-KtiAL t nom a position in It along with the leading Jour nia of the country. OF THE DAILST COMMERCIAL. Te Xall HabKriber 910,00 ;r, brgiig aay ds; sad at the tame rate per aioatk fir as; aart ef tae jsr. Terms of tbe Heeklj Cosimercial. Oae C.pf ; fiOO Flf Copies, Lark Tea t'opira. Earh , M) Tweaty 1'opie. Eaek. , l.0 Fifty topic. Each l.ii To every person sending nsa clnb of 25 nnb-cr!o.nHi$.tiOeach. we will pivsent a Silver Hunt'ng Caste Watch, warranted. Our heunttrul Chromo will be given to each Kubricriber remltiiug u i2.no. Additions to iub may be made at any time in tbe year, at the abcTe Club rales. TF.RMS i-Hh in advance. Send Pt-ofliiw- money onier, bans iiraft or registered It-tier. Hillaiu-nt by mxil will be at the ria of the sender. specimen copies, poster. Ae.. sent free of course, wherever aud whenever draired. r. Pustmastera are invited loactaaour Aleuts. Address all order aud letters to THE COMMERCIAL, rmsBiRUH, pa. IKGAL NOTICE. jPnbiie C'nrt,Tinmbnll County, Ohio. .nrM uutirld Kail Kottd Company, vs. Jolni C. M -i omlw, el. al. John (. Mt-Cointwi, whose place of reii ileno- Ik unknown; John C McCiutm, Win. II MitO'IiiUm. Klh "j ofuiM, and UeorKo M.K:. mbt. livlrs of William S Md oiif.i, who if.ide In Ihe Slaiv i Michigan; .virn, Ke t-cca M. Ulxctilry, rha r tot-. I the stale of VVtM-oiiHiu; Mtiit-ior Mci'timhs. and J hn C Want, who rtHi.it in the SlaU ot Tennte. will takt notice that a p-n-llon wm- flit-d mkmI okl i h t-iii on ihu 27 lb dny o November l.-7. in itm Fril)ate 0urt of TiurnbuM county. Ohio, by tne Nile and faun eld Kali Koud Co pHOy, and in now pvmlitJK In wtid fnuit, a ii-r in said Nile fc cantieid Knil Ilo id Cotnuany aMk a j odt; nitni and ortltrr approprialini; and coullr mniKti the nrb- oi naid corporation fo tue porjH.e tt a public rat nrnd. to lotlowii.g dt-it bed real e attr, to wit : So much oi tiie ltie. now aiiandoued. aa waa urTcyed. located and -stubiihd by a like corpora lion of the state of Ohio, known aa the Mineral Kid Kail Koad ('onipany. which said iart la indicated, marked and locited hy tlie old road bed or suid Mineral Kule Itail Koad, wuhln Hit township of Weather-Held. In aaid c unty of Trumbull, the einoaukmetitM aud fences Oo eacn aide of theaaiue. and the bariott, lines and diit Lanrea heretofore made and established by aaid Mineral Kidxe liail Hoad t'oiupiuy, Ueiweeu the toltowiliK polnta of .departure. to-wit: The right ol way.liuec.ard k round iurveed. located and eal&btiatied bv a like eo.poraiion, known aa itae Fainnvllle and You ntc- own fail R d Company, where the rikcht of way and road oej of said Min eral Kiuge Rail Road Intersect the located route of Mild Paluevvtlle aud Youficntown Hall Road Company, for a northern limit, aud what was known aa the Tod A Well branch of said Miner,! Kail Koad. for a southern limit, and includius in tha fore- KOi ug description a strip of land belotiKins tothenetraor Kooert uccocut. uec a.auu deacrlted an fol.owj, to wit: Be-innmg at the located route and lands or Katu falnea vllle and VoungHtowtl Rail Koad Company awh..A III a auma.ival t ha flllhl tf Wat V S.ni1 laudu formerly used bv natd Mineral Kidee KaJl ttoaa company, tor toeir vaia naa, in the town -hip of Weatbersfleld. Trnmbnll county. Ohio; thence nouth lO W wMnloiif the eenLer line of said Mineral Ridge Rail Road, ait surveved staked and appropriated by a- id Mineral Ri'tije Rail Koad Compy to tue went line of aaid McComba' lod. and to ex-end twenty-five feet tr m said ce titer line ot each side there f making a atrip of land fifty feet wide and two thounand feet loug. be tue Hanie more or teas, inu contain .OK about four acten of land, and that aaid rlitli.n will lus (nr hHirhiiln ....P oil the Ann day oi January, A. D. I ST a, anti the parties to whom this notice b. dirvtid are heieh notified th they are r-qulretl to appear aud auswer aaid petition uu or before aaid date. iuiacAKiiixi, n, co. By Geo, P. Hunter, Att y. W arren, o Dec is, 7-ot N TEW SHEET MUSIC. Farewell Darlim;. till we Meet. 30 cents Hear ue av mviitile Praver. Ucenla. Sweet Hialeen, Waliz, 40evula tweel Sixteen March, adeems. Gone to tbe Heaven laurueo, 0 cents. Think of me lr;iug Si oenta. Berne's Hc-hMllaClie, Ci 11 Ih. old we our liauils, culs. Bellsarto. trellis Kecollectlnns of my Childhood, 30 cent. Asking Blessing from Mother. Siceuu, You'll always Itnil me I'rue, ita cent. Rustle Beeuty Muroll. 3a cviils. I'lme the xnuileri, Willie Dead, 30 eta, Umiirtniiu Puixa. S." cenut. Ku'ii'enin Walls. Si rents, Hnnneam March, Scents. Amarlll. Ki-ur bauds SOrenU. Iiet anil HhvkI. ruls. Msgal-'ii KaT'.rite Waltz, to cent. Lor.i, Forever ai rhy side. 2a ceuM, ' Mai tie May. Jcent Kny of Kuoshlue PolSa, i et&ta. Just received al ' ITEMS' Bookstore. t I ; VTOTICE. ' - 1 1 Notice Is hereby aiven tbat tbe nnder kineil baa tlii 1 r Illl in toe fr..bi 'oert oi Trumbull eouuiy. Ohio, his pel), ttion. pray ttig Kr ao order auihorizlug hlra to.-ti lur ilepernte claim iielonama U) tbe estate nf Umnt BrnOQ, dee'd. and .hich e-crut-d lu liu liieinn. Knid petition will be lor bearing cu thesth dy t January IM72. .MiiiW B.veoN, Kxecutor. Warren, O., Dec. 11. ix. i-tt DO ONE THING T A TIME AND DO THAT U, is tne yiein of study poisued Ila 4.19 Western Reserve Seminary. All who have tried tbl method unite In priranciug It uce superior to Vii nan inly elan. Cii and ee ftryounil i The LK-p-trtment of Itialruniema! Munlc nmier the care ol the experienced and nue-ee-isful teacher, Mi Lrc. ti. Wolcott, atronNsoud focilltie to those deairlng la alructlon. fnue. C C". CASE, ha been enmned to e iiiiiuct acl.s in Vorl Music duriug tbe W inter Trm. F.rlof the Ladtes' Hall ia occupied by a f nily. tlim eecuring totboee lu the Hall the advantages of rooming with a private ramtly. An excellent conk naa tnkm rootue In the Uentiomen'a to eookfor the club. The Principal puipose to furnish the club table wlibout charge lo. ma service. Thu affording board at the lowent poaaihle price. Boiks will be reined lo thow wlnhlng to Kiiunmlic hy which arrangement they can ive from three ue'it J .ln per term. L'niier the prv.eit Ky.tem .tudeuts can en ter fur auy nnmber m werk riexlred. but they low tnucb hy aheenee fmra me lecita lion. Kamily Board ),. Clnb $ i.flu to fi Winter le'm opens Jan. ad, 173. For Bonril. KMm-. tc.. apply tn . O W. KKATY, Principal. Went Karmlngton.O. ' Dec. 11-31 NEW FALL STOCK OF BOOTS&SHOES B. CRANAGE, "So. 10 Market St. Warren,0., Has juat received a complete stock of 3J"4?J"W GOODS ! New Style, of all kind, (ultable for tho enHi n. and will dispute otthcmHtas low ng.iren as any .tore tn Warren. Consisting of 4tenia. Ladle.' and chiiujeu's Coots, Shoes and Rubbers. Custom Work Con.tantty made to order, (load Satisfaction will iejiitn. Isept. 11, IKTZ. INSTATE of Jiimixi A. Miner, dpc'il jThe nnder.'gneil ha bn duly appoln- lrl .nil ui.uliflefl as Ail IniHtrwtor on the ewtMic ir .infill. A Miner, deed, late el Iruinbuil comity. .Ibio. XI. H'l.AR WEN'DLER. Brookflelil, Dec. II, IST2 ITATE f riillery Crooms, decM. j The underpinned haa been duly appoln te. aud quHhHeil a AitmiijtKtralor on the entrte oi Hlllery Cmoiui. dee'd, late ot Trumbull county. Ohio. WW. a TUTTLE. Greensbnrg. June 12. lK7-st WABBKH fAVt?CGS 4 hOAS ASSOTTAT'K,) W'akukx. outo. Dec. la, IK72. f rpHE ANNUAL MEETINQ OF I the torkholdersof the Warren saving a.d latn Afuuciation, for the election ot five Diret-tora for theentmlns; ye r. will be held at their office in Warren, on the 1st Monday of Jauuary, A. D. IK73. t. M. LAIRD, Secj. Pec. IS, NiW WHEELER & W1LS03 Sewing Machine, Runs Easier, Re wa Faster, Makes Les Koi and is more do ruble than other Sewing Machine. Oyer "700,000 HAVE BEEN SOLD. 200,000 MORE of these machines are now in nse than any other family machine manufactured. Office No. i Main SU Warren, 0. X. M. LINTON, Agent Dec. IS. 172. Santa thus Headquarters W. X. & W. F. PORTER, WARREN, OHIO, Are ready for the ChrUtmas season with large and carefully teie-ted stock of Mis- Poetry, Novell. iHcienre. ! iction. Ac. in all styles of binding. Illustrated Boole tn line bind line. Pocket nd KAinily Bible. H mn Books, lestamenta. Juvenile Bojfca by the set or single volume. GAILY PA IS TED TOY BOOKS, Just the thine for the little boys and girls .Diaries for tT'St id Di.e Memorancnms. and a large and splendid anaortmant of Phiio;rapi Albums at low prices, lu fact we nave books lor every body. We also otter a select line ol Such aa Travel I ne fae.rom pan inns. Work Boxes. Toilet feia. HxnOkenhrei and OloveHoxea. - usic H lilers. Belt tati-hels Shaving nnd Hand Mirrois. Pocket Mirrors, Poekf! IliksiandM.Purt loliiK, t'lgtr t aes, 4'ard Chm, and the fullest line of POCKET BOOKS In Sheep. Calf. Morocco. Russia and Sel. from M cent to to each, ever brought to this city, uur stock of FANCY GOODS Is large, such Rosewood. Mahogany, Ia laiJ mid papier Mache W riting DrKks,Ba k liuiuii Boarus. i:rlibug. boards, t'ha Men. Parctieeni, Games lu Boxes, Chromes, Framed Pictures, Htereocope aud a large assortment of lews, in California. Rocky Mouuiain. iniagara, Hiotoa Kiver, c. lard and Caul Del Pbotoarapha, Card Case, Oprra Ulaniu., Pear! Paper Knives. RuaUo Vj all Pockets, Brackeia, Book Huldert, BRONZE STATUETTS, Proae Ornaments, Fancy Pen Wipers, Kreoen Kiowra in Knstlc islands. Card Re ceivers, Watch Htand.t, Initial Stationary in Boxes Parian Statuetts, Vasea CI (tar fttnnds, Tobneeo HoIden.Tollet 8eU, bentifal Glass, China, and Ala baster Vaea, Mateh Holders, Boqnet Holders, a no K re neb OneOllt Goods, which never taxni&ttt Toys for the CMldren, We oiier a great variety. Wax Polla, Chins Polls, pressed Polls. China Doll HeadK.CIoth Bo"les. Worsted am. KoWier Halls, i hlna . . . . ,.k...n Un I'hii,. r... . n .1 : . cers. Mulaclie l ups. Cliui Va-es. Glans Tumblers it Mujca, awj ogiae, tueam- Wl . . MECHANICAL. TOYS. Horse nd Wagona, Horse and Ca rts, Wairht-s, Paint rjnxt. Artist's .sels, D aw ing sinies. Tops, ll. rns. Rallies, checker tjien. Isjiulnist, tiame of ail s itids. Pj.. ore Biix ks, i rtntlll's Klorks, BulUlin Bluuk. Dissrcied msim, ADV. niis-Ks, i lu 1 03 s oi all kinds. Box Toys, savins Banks. Tor Tables. Bureaus, Kilebeas, H-sipa. Glasa Msriiies, .la Ua 1 . Urnaments and Wax Candle for Christum Tree. In Net we hare sacn a variety ol a nicies suitable for C1IKISTMS PRESE1NTS That we can not enumerate them all. and we would be sU-asad 10 bave oar friends and the . unite aeuemiu rail and see nur tis k beiore uiakiug tbelr purchase. Buy early before tue aMuiritueut la broken, l PORTER'S BOOK STORE. WAURES, OHIO. TX-, ll-T a i HULL & MEASE have Jnt received tbelr fall and winter tock of Boot and 8hoe. coniUng of Men's, Indies' Misses' and Children' . KD5)TS AX D SHOES t And th following prices can't be beal. quality considered, ; : ' i . Men's French Cal. tongue Boots, do do do do do do o Boy do do do d do do do . do pegged , do tap sola do do Kip do do M do . do t,D do ,3 do do , ,de i,WloM . ' do tap sole do 4,00 to V stoga ' do I,)to1S French Calf, toogna Boots, .0S do da do do ' i,m French Kip Boots. S,00to4 Stoga Boots. 2.0 U4, Youth's Calf Boots, ' J1.7S to X. Ladle'. Misses, and Children's Hhaem at the same rate. Men'. Ladles' and Boys' Rubber Boots ad Shoes of to beat quality Leather and Findings Calf. Kip and Upper Toppings end Linings. , Oak and Heaaloek Sole Leather. SoleLeatk- -ercuttoiult the farmer, all ef wnlchw sell al living rates. In : , -; CUSTOM WORK," We stand eeond to none, as we keep the latest si t I s of laau and th best work- men. We received the Bret pretaU- urn on th finest and best Bouts and Rhoea, at the TrnmhoU county Fair. Boot Khoes . BXBde to order, and re- . r pairing done neatly. " rail at onr Maw Kor-m. one door sooth ot MeLonnell's, HULL t MEASE, mXi.y r, wt.Rjtxy. obio. Oct. is. lSTi-tf. . ' rtiE BOSTON FIRE!, Liverpool and LoaJoa GLOBE LXSUKA.XCE CO. Pai Lewes at Ckleage la 171, ever M.." Cash Amis lt Jsa., - iu.soe.eeo Cash AsseU la Called SUtes . - S.SM.M Deposited at Columbus, tluO.OGO. -2uCntted Mates Bonds, rSLIXlTaO LUBILITI OF STOCK HOLDER.?. Tills Cominy' Insurance In the Boras Bistrlci in Biwiton is -reported a One Mil lion, six Hundred nd Thirty-nine Thou sand Dollars (H.rJS9 0i)0 and I presumed lobe a TOTAL LCrS. The Home Board ba punned the same coarse in ihi, - In the Chicago Fire, hav ing telegraphed over the Caoie to draw on Ensland lor ' Losses at Boston;'' leaving the Asaetsiaib United 8 tale (t3.buu,uuu) en tirely untouched. AndsaM Losses will be paid at sight in Boston, and without discount, aa la-t aa tbey can be adjusted. We bave Just received the Agency of this ktng o' Companies," ant4 are" prepared to give Policies in the same. In three day of sweeping conflagration no one i safe but by being insured m companies ot enoraroui capital. Forth GENUINE ARTICLE . CALL AT OUR BANK, T. J. M7LAIN & SOW, Warren. : Obio. . - BEST PAPER f-BiT PEEIO I BOW IH THg TTaTB TO UtXKM A $5 PICTURE FREE 1 T PATCTG OHLT 15,50 TOS; MOORE'S RURAL NEW-YORKER, THg CSZAT rLIXSTKATZS SURAL, LlTEtltT LID FUILI WKEILY. This Famon Farm and Fireside Favorite haa for nearly a Quarter of a Century been the most Muccesalul and Popular Paper ia Its sphere-aud ia now recognized aa Ihe Standard A mrtcan A ulhortty on Rural and . Dumeitic Affaxn and a K'lratJlae, Hlgb- , Toned Literary etnd Famtiy JrmmaL. It liulg : ago attained an Immense. comumi circuutioji ! - Having ardent friend and admirer Ins evry rotate and territory in the Unkro the. Canada Ac. It haa more Editors, more.' Department, and give more and better -' lltuttrntumt than any other Journal of li , Class bnt lis Issues for lfTi will be better . than ever before, in both Costemt akd Sttls. It will don a 5rw Dm of Beauttue ' Copper Faced Type, and present ether deci ded improvements. Moohc's Krasl. U national In Character and Objects, and dapted to both Town and Country. Klsieea Quarto Page Weesly. with Title Page Index. Ae.. at end of Jan -and Dee., making TW Large and Hrmdaome Votumeaa Fear. Nest to ynar local paper ' It la tne one for Yourself. Family en Friend. 7,80 POR O.OOi All who pay K.W will receive tbe Rubai, KiW YoBXaa for one year, and. as a Premi um, a nosb-paid copy ot Super A-PUM m Rngranxg entitled "Hta-ra-DaT MuMl.it, on I hi GsaDMia PucssT" a Beantiful and Plea-lng Ptcinre. worth li ia fact we furnish Everybody 1 THE BET PIPE 1, . 1"D BEST PRESirJT, FO R THE LEAST Mrt - TCBBS. I Idrssee: IS.SO a Tea, fwltnv Premlum Engraving p-stl-pald.) ia. Clubat of ren or more. Oslj i Per Tatiy. ('; ! Qreal Premiums to those fnrmiag Clubs, Bpeclm- ns. Premium List. Ao.. sen frew and pait-paid. Uraits. P. O. 6rr)-m aael Keg I-lered Letters at onr risg. Auureva ft. ft. T. MOOBt, Sew Vck tUy. n rii' PHOTOGRAPHIC AXD Fine Art Gallcrj,, 239 Superior Street,, CLEVELAND. O. The Finest Sataa-sAsksat ef U kind la Everything In Ptootogography produced In tke highest sly 1 of th art. Oil Paintings, Chromos, . Engravings, CARVED WORK,. And all kind of picture goJs la, , , GREAT VARIETIES,. ALWAYS OS HAXD, AND AT - Dee. 1. ISTSJhno.