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TERMS :-$2,00 per Year in Advtnce.
wllRKX. WXIK1T. Fekraary, . 18TS.
WILLIAI EITEZE1 Editor aa. ProOTiotor.
Miss Busaa B. Anthony aud fifteen
other vomen have been Indicted by the
grand Jury at Albany for illegal Toting.
The Bank orEngland taa reduced the
rate of discount from 4 to SJ per cent,
showing an increasing easo and feeling
of confidence in the future.
The village of Falling Water of Rip
Van Winkle'a time was not a patch to
Plymouth Center, CU They have bailt
bnt one house there iu forty-five year.
Governor Oglesby, having been elected
to the United Senate in Illinois, the
lieutenant-Governor, John Lv Bev
eridge was sworn In on Thursday last at
Governor of the State.
The laree rolling mills of the Lake
Erie Iron Company, at Cleveland, were
hnrned on Sunday last. Is estimated
o nnn . In.nrtnM S50.000. This dis-
aster throws 175 men out of work.
An estimate of the Totea intheMassa-
"chuBetU Legislature for United States
Senator gives BoutweU 112, Dawes 84,
and the rest for Hoar, Wbiting and
Lorine. It now looks as if BoutreU
wonld carry the day.
The Gallon (Ohio) u says that great
revivals are going on in that place, by
the Methodists, Presbyterians, United
Brethren, and Lutherans. At the Meth'
odiat church over one hundred conver
sions have taken place.
A man in liewistown, Maine, worth
about ,150,000, lately went into a store in
that Place, bought a pipe and paid a cent
for it, and then wanted the proprietor to
give him tobaoco enough to fill it; and
because the storekeeper didn't do it went
off in a huff.
The jury in the Teed trial in Sew
York failed to agree, thus giving this
creat municipal robber a chance to es.
rape the punishment aue mm.
lieved the jury was bought up. A new
trial is to be had soon. It is to be hoped
an honest jury may be found.
Pom AU Pbikck, January 20, via
Havana, January SL There has been
an attempt to create an
Hayti for the purpose of preventing the
election or President. The demonstra-
. B!rt rkf Ina
iion was soon buiwu. ""'j
ring leaders were arrested and five
Foster, the New York car-book mur
derer, who naa been in the Tombs for
two years, while the lawyers were per
mitted to quibble over his case, is to
hanged on the 7th or March, the Cour"
. . . 1 . r .a t.V-r.1
of Appeals, to wnicu u -
having affirmed the verdict or the Su
perior Court. .
Vast numbers of animals are already
arriving for Mr. Barnum from every di
rection and from every clime. Among
these ia a a lairy elephant, so dainty and
mall that it can be carried about on the
shoulders of any man who has an Incli
nation to try. It comes from the East
Indies, and weighs about one hundred
and forty pounds.
g. W. Dersey, the new Senator from
. ia nnlv thirty-two years old.
He is aYermotter, and a graduate
Oberlin University, in Ohio. Heeerved
in the war as a private soldier, and after
it was over be settled in Sandusky.
then became an emigrant to Arkansas,
and was elected Preaident of the Arkan
sas Central Railroad.
Mrs. Wbarton'e fate Is yet undeter
niKut. thoneh the chances are In favor
or ber acquittal. The Jury which tried
. . . . ,:
her ease oa Saturday a Auu.pi",
to the Court a notification or inability
Court refused to
ao-rfle. which the
a rai-Alr-t of not kruiltv ia
anticipated with some confidence.
- ItrssFXi. Ebrktt, Esq., brother
Rev. Isaac Errett, formerly of Warren
has become editor-in-chief of
Pittsburgh Commercial. Under
able and experienced management,
the Commercial will continue to main
tain the distinction of being the
ad leading paper in Western Penn--eylvania.
Peter Devine. of Salineville, Colum
biana county, was shot dead, a few
. ' ,
raal intOXieaiea. BBU tM"S .1-."
to the hoa,, attempted to
bis way in. While being resisted by
David Ftnnegan, a brother or tne
of tbe house, a pistol was fired, the
rv.-. hAan- killine
, rt3.ooobond to answer
the ehanre of Bring the fatal shot.
people of the village generally
- AtA the ahnntine
Telegraafeia advices from Enropc
that the offerings for the new
per cent, funded loan of tbe
States, will be in excess of the
advertised for sale. A part of the
however, having been reserved for
in Uiia country, the Treasury Depart
ment is in receipt of numerous applica
tions and letters oflnquiry from national
banks, ahowing a general disposition
xehange their present securities in
treasury for the new lives, inis
is precipitated By the Oct. that the
is open for sabeeriptions bat a
time, and by the farther feet that
other issues authorized, bear only
and four and a half per cent, interest,
- As late as Monday of last week
boy ghost or Jf ewburyport, Mass.,
otill haunting the old school-bouse
that town. A correspondent of the
' . "... . -. . . .i. iL.
ton Pott or tax aato wnr
....i- u,no of a
.carpenter in the attic, whose amasement
. -r ..Winer hammertoe,
fUSeXUS IA uuiwiBK -ni
D,w""urT' V:;: ,ZZt
niiig. wnica wosa -----
handrsd qtr mil, of territory.
j iv:- aisur tm ihti iiin
objection tp flv,j" -
-.. n r IrL S aavs:
sueoess. ov . .
w county snau
hundred square mues
This leaves our contemporary
the requisite real estate. Then,
is also required that the question
vldinr old eounties for tbe ,-urpoee
fnmiiui a new one must ub
planing and whistling : j.neu
Perkins, tbe teacher, goes op
.tasty old' mom, aha finds the same
cobwebs of the past years,
nothing, not even tie dost,
Aide up. 1 hese things have been
about a year, and it Is getUog to
first class burden to the teacher and
The Hubbard Sentinel has caught
new county fever, probably owing
proximity to "Youngstown, where
grewsoapers are in a white heat
about the removal of the
nd court-bouse from Cab field
'omawcial caater.v The Hull bird
jaut of portions of Trumbull and
or Hubbard, Rrookfield, Vienna,
and Wea!ers,eld from
-aid the three townships of Auatiotowp,
Yocngstown and Coiuville from
to a vote of the people, and appro
a majority of the voters residing
naoh of the proposed divisions."
Sentinel will have to devise a more
acheme for a new conuty
baa ret presented, In order to have
bepe of auflff-J".
Some of the coal-bank operators in thin
region are determined to have their coal
dag independent of the striking miners,
and to this end have enlisted several
squads of " colored troops " from Rich
mond, Ya. Some ot the mines in this
county are now being worked by colored
miners, who do not seem to be under the
rule and dictation of " unions," or any
thing of that sort. Apprehending that
their lives might be threatened, or at
tempts made to Intimidate them, they
have been furnished with fire-arma, ana
as auite a number of them were soldiers.
it is expected they will be able to take
care of themselves. It is to be sincerely
hoped that no violence will be attempted
by any one, but that tne existing aim
culties between the mine owners and the
miners will soon be adjusted satisfacto
rily to both parties. No one, we pre
sume, will seriously question the right
of an employee to discontinue his serv
ices to an employer, if not satisfied with
his compensation. He baa the equal
right to fix the price upon his labor, with
the farmer to nut a price upon bis pro
duce, and to refuse to sell it if not offered
a fair or sufficient equivalent. But there
are pople who do not concede to mal
contents the right to say that outers w no
mar desire to work, shall not do so un
loss at a compensation equal to that de-
m.iutad bv themselves. Such dictation
ia an infraction of one of the highest in
dividual prerogatives-the natural right
to use his hands at honest labor to earn
a livelihood. There are no doubt to day,
men, women and helpless little children
in this valley snffering the pangs or cold
and hunger, because or the suspension
nfonerations at nearly all the coal mines.
The injury is not limited to the miners
and their rsmilies. but takes in its hard
nun the emplovees of furnaces, rolling
mills, and other branches of manufac-
tnrine needing large supplies oi ooai,
Beside, the cost of fuel i necessarily in
creased to consumers, and Is so mucn ex
tra tax imposed upon them.
Strikes msy possibly be a " necessary
evil" and an inevitable result or the
friction between buyers and sellers. Yet
it wonld seem that where there are so
many and Important interests depend'
ent upon the article of coal, as is the case
in this great manufacturing ' district,
some understanding should be arrived
at wherein these unkind, wasteful and
Impoverishing contests between opera
tors and operatives, which occur so fre-
ntlTf and m often protracted to the
Qf . nt mant entirely
avoided. It is to be hoped that a inm-
cient number or good men may be found
on both sides who will come together
a spirit of justice and fairness and see
to terminate a condition of things tha'
must be. In no trifling degren, calami-
toQe more immediately concerned,
he importation or operatiTes from
. . . . . . 1. iL. KlaMU.
abroad, however, to take the places
the miners who have struck, would seem
to indicate that in the opinion or at least
some or the operators the time Tor com
promise had passed. The experiment
or working the mines with the blacks.
however may not prove practicable, al
though just why it should not. Is not
For the Chronicle.
It has been said that Law was institu
ted to " restrain the bad," and " protect
the good." Does It at the present day
this t The question i " Who are
bad?'" One might say, the man
eets in a passion and kills his neighbor,
is a bad man. True, he is one ; and
law is broucht immediatf ly to bear upon
his case. lit took the man's lift only.
But there is a elass or men who commit
murder, not in a passion, but coolly,
calmly, and deliberitely they plan
...t .i i,Aip fiAnrfiah
uoj mj mwy- '
But life is not all tliey lane,
take first a man's self-respect, then
health, and "all that he hath" to
and clothe those he once held dearer
his life, and turn him into a demon,
curse and abuse his best friends and
God, and then drop a poisoned, bloated
mass, lato the only welcome place
holds for him the grave. The country
ooro -Hth rases such as this.
seems inadequate to stop this wholesale
murder. But sinsll crimes must be
Often. a mail who has all through
heen an orderly, peaoeable cituen, In
Me nniriiarrlea moment has yielded to
trf,aHnn hv some retailer of sUmalants
I . .
force to drink, and at one become a cooui-
one uon tnat be is
owner i does, oommui om - "
ball the rigorous penalty the law Inflicts,
him. while the man who. to get his
brought alwnt this state of things, is
The molested, but goes on doing the
for every one he can entrap.
TVtna law restrain the bad T I
Does law restrain
not. Doea it protect " the good? "
this Question is asked, such a multitude
of cases arise before me, that I
know which to choose for a flguie to
the insufficiency of law to
form what it claims to do.
honeatli a loftv building,
massive walls, and heavy column,
grandest arches pointing upward,
abode of Law), there totters forth a
sad woman. In tattered garment!, to
for work to 'get the means to feed
starving children. Timid, frail, and
hardly dares to repel the
she may meet from bloated,
inen who pass her by, dlscosslag
and. maybe, law. The hungry
shivering with the cold, hover
as the wintry blsat goes driving
and as they watch the man who help
frame and' then dispense the laws
up and down the street, or taae
Tmtar 1 . vnaaM nnt trt vide well
I nappy ."ii"i" . . , ,.
srbostlv in fnra. the drunkard's child looks
- i r M
,nd only thinks, perhaps, whexi
eomea she'll bring me bread, and
human law. will OS protect.
And there are many mothers who bd
rnod. kind, industrious boys, and they
were loved too well. The spoiler came
and held the bottle to his lips. Vainly
ha widowed mother plead. The law
n him tha power to lay the loved ones
low in the dark grave, one caring for
ko- hmben heart, ber sU3iUM Pigt",
her days of sgony intense, her cry for
i,.in vnt Him whose "ear is ever open."
no arm avenge the wrong; retailer of
drink, beware !
IJLisa to the
Braetville, Jan. SO, 1873. A.
Don Piatt advances tbe theory that
Oakes Ames" checks were forged and
hia tastimonv neriured. After allu-
iio- tn thp clumsv manner in which
! Ames teetied v'tip thjo committee
a in ancmt session.. the CaWQl says
that after the doom or tue coinaiitie
rooni were thrown open, aud Ames'
iuin.nni' iriven to the -orld threats
ham t h ma n nil from time to time
two that if he ( Ami) were no sustalped
- he wouid iurn gt,u's evidence. "An
One w uaw effectl
tuu 1 . . - .. . . .. t it ..... 1 I lorno ,i
i uie eapuot lurew ikubi a m'mv.-
that led to a
M No I nnrreKnondeupe and a denial on tbe
enr rf nf Ames." F.verv eentleman in
rv..v connected or implicated in
transacUn received a like thieat
abort pi roiaaliont out the threats were
again, it re9poai fa nd on Wednesday
of di- Ame. again too he aUpd, and gave
oi the only eviaencs iuai mjurea ti au
... , I a rvniTKiumiin H la enrrohora
uuuuusu j timcu
ticable than it
rJveavldence.tbe "little memorandum
book" and checks, Don believes were
manufactured for jthp occasion. Tbe
wbj&Je Jbing, in bis opinion, fa an at
tempt on W-- .arv . , ,
a n n aimpniuen uu luiu iniunw '
laa ziaraciprs. and sare what little
they have of tbejr QVf,
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan, 30, 1873.
We are now experiencing tne cold
est weather of Hie season. The tiier-
mometor indicated this morning five
degrees below rero with very little
wind. Such weather in the extreme
North wculd be considered mild at
this season of the year ; but here in
Washington where there ia scarcely
ever two days consecutive sleighing
in a vear. it is considered intense.
Vntwithslandinir. the cold weather
this morning, the streets subjected to
tu. ..... r r,w sol." to day. are
muddy, and those who were aeugm
ed with the relief that they could en
joy a good Bieigu nue, ' -
TVi rVprfit MODUier iuvrau"
.in. on will, after all. so every
one sava. result in a great good to the
country. While the charges just
Arrainac rpruuu v,uiiv -- -
that they weie stockholders in this
ruui fraudulent concern, had
they rjt Lied to screen themselves,
bi bearing false witness aeainst each
ihu omintrv miirht have excus-
ed them. Jt is now too w.
developments through the investiga-
t on has causeu. oeyuuu
ih. minds of honorable men, at least,
at the Nation's capital, mat me wuu
ha. nruwl nwtnnl to aistrus. tutu.
"J V , KmuI.
With JaKR Ames n
ness transaction, and if we believe
bim he never dreamea ot oriomic
any member of Congress--only to se
cure Influential men to help him
carry out a great enterprise, and had
son and certain M. C'a so considered
it two days would have closed the
r-UHif Mohlllpr investigation, and
the morals of the country would not
have been contaminated,
Tl ale. Ex. M. C. andM. C.
elect from the 16 N. Y. district direct,
nnimunaarfor ice rresiaeni wouax.
rrxTra eanpuine that there will be
sufficient evidence elicited in a day or
two to exhonerate his client from all
censure. Others think different.
Tuesday, by a vote of 27 to 29, the
Bnat refuKMi to Increase the little
inn to the Bureau of Edu
cation some seven thousand dollars.!
No one raise J an objection to tue au
miniatrAtinn of the office, but the ob
jectors quibble over supposed objec-
tions, not one oi mem uiuuouijr
ing ever visited the office, or having
any knowledge of the immense and
valuable work done in it or of the
great and most df-erse demands
the public upon it. Here the educa
cTnoHnnne of the country
gathered and told for the benefit
the training oi me juuus-
missioner says moreclerss are requir
ed to do this work, ana tne .secretary
of the Interior says the appropriation
Senators voted no, and yet will vote
millions for fortifications wnuuu.
ques'Jon where there is no ueiense
like intelligence ana virtue.
Even the opponent of theteiegrspn
bill, reported by the Senate Post Office
rvmmittuo nra trpttinc alarmed, and
are using every means to defeat the
bill. Mr. Orton. of the Western L n-
lon has his hirelings on tne grouna
work among the congressmen,
far. as lobbyists, they are not a buc-
cess. Tne namerous inicn ici.
from their consttuents, enaoreing
present movements to insure toe pew-
pie cheap telegrapny, is naviuK
wholesome lunuenue ujjuu mo
and the House of Representatives.
ft hu heen suuDOsed that by
rules governing the Civil Service sys
tem a clerk iu a department was
permanent fixture, unless tne neau
the bureau over him should sustain
charee or incompetency or infidelity
In hU official duties. If the Commis
sioner of Patents is correct, this is
the case ; tor ne nas just rurairu
examiner in his office,
nri a first Assistant'Exaoiiner.
Prof. Doolittie, to sena iu tueir inis
nations, which means that if
don't send in their resignations
will be dlscliargea tnaianier, uuw
thev do tbey will be allowed
monin s leave i 7 r-J
Both have sent in their resignations,
and will receive two months' pay
morrow or next aay. i roi. itomuk
.nnninteri nnder Commissioner
w m , .
vi.v,o, rfminir the Secretaryship
General Cox, and from the mouth
Mr Fisher yonr corresnonoenv
informed at the time that in a com
ttVA BY Q TT1 inatii n of betwean twenty
and thirty applicants, this man
ranked in his estimation
hieher than any oi tue oiner.
General Leegett ;told a gentleman
to-day that he discharged him
incompetency , " "
in,.nn,i.tencv : tnat ne was not
lire .. . rH r that for tbe civil
an gvstem t
tbe nfnntliW Agricultural
jannarv is dow out. It shows
I . . - , .1
pr ce, oi larm an.aia.s .
td ;"roonthfy report, though
published for general circulation,
much sought after by.pub iciatsor
tinii. The svstem' of statistics
gradually improving and extending
to new portions of the country.
1. nrair tllO SAW chief clerk.
Walts, fsq., is attracting the kindest
regards of his associate in the
and has almost
the recollection of the querulous
The FrencU population smiriiv
show an enormous decline. In
during 1871, the nnmber of
was almost aonoie tne oruiuary
not including the victims of the
olcn and ciyil war. Meanwhile
average or oinua u ucticicu
four-fiths. in many rurai
tbe annual increase has long
only sufficient to balance the
At this rate, this great people
a poor chance of prevailing
its late antagonist. Germany,
in spite or immigration popuiauou
shows a very healthy lucrease.
In the Senate, yesterday, upon
the amendment increas-
u'"-u'v'" - ..mt.
Inir the tav oi certain civ ouiucio
the government, quite a lively
ensued. Mr! ponkllpg elalmed
atiA incrpaoewas. Buuuurua.
to the officers named iu the
ment, it was also true ma. tQ
manyTnot mentioned equally
i.,.,uH nnv and he was
fore opposed to this piece-meal
doing business. -
This bill provides that certain
cers heretofore gettipe S3, 5Q0
annum should receirp ,uw, bucm
beads or bureaus j uut n "
numio that. rpvpitiI bureau
iroadv iret more than $4,000.
fhnlnlllifi. the Commissioner of
"""" , AAA.
nni Vi ova n i ia rieeive9 'v .
of eneraviue aud
apd the Commissioner oi
Office 4,w eaen. aiikj, i?jhkiwi
and controllers get more.
There was only ne atepu uiiu"
..niAaa Tiuton and Trumbull
Republioans,) who voted against
Appropriation Bill, lncreasiui tbe
for tbe Educational
i7,300. Strange to aay, this one
Senator Lot Morrill, or Maine, wbo
ail along Deen counteu auioug
..,not an nnnrters of educational
terests. Stranger to note that i here
not enough lyunbllcan Eepatflrs
Chamber at tfie time the Vorp wsa
to pass It over tsrenty-tbree
votesT "Where are tbey f ' asks a
of education. .
Xew York, during 1872,
rbreigo marchapdite to tue value
4,ia,S n increase or nearly
millions over JSJI, Qr thfs
$57,429,020 represent frpe goods,
double of last year's import. The
of specie hsa aeolined to Si
and tbe revenue to 138 milliona,
of 7 millions during this year. Aa
York imports about two-thirda
whole supply of foreign products
country, thia aggregate is over
Our exports, except specie,
not increased, so that our Immense
is by no means a very
The Bubleot of a return to fcple
raenis bas exercised tbe buUUp
considerably ef lato, and has
w f nAail nvAnnetMt m
evpresaiou iu r-"-
A IUUIIK Uloan. .
evpresaiou u t---i ,
of legislation. Among these,!
proposed rto Isshe a hnndred
s Vi opt cent. cernncaiBsoi muriiK-anw.
wWshlllVifhdraw 6n Hair tfte
tenders. Which the natioual banks are
required to retain as a legal reserve."
It proposes, also, to auow ibi muu.,
to be received instead of gold and silver
for the payment or import duties, mese
250 millions of 6 per cent, bonds are to
be held for sale in order to secure coin
to secure the psviuent or tue remaining
greenbacks, fnus our whole legal
feniler elrouiaiion will uw 111 1 iutu
and the promises of the government to
pay will appreciate in value to gold
itself. The scheme is, to say tue least,
profound and ingenious. How it will
work on trial remains to be seen.
After the abrogation of the reciprocity
treaty with England, the Kanucks for a
wnile boasted tnai tuey conm "u
their own caDoes. The increasing pres
sure, however, has wrung from them
reluctant acknowledgment that they
cannot get along without us. The fact
is, tneir position is anomalous auu ex
poses them to crusbiug evils. They
cannot retain even their native popula
tion, much less the immigrants from
Europe that are wneeaiea iuu .uu.
It is imnnaaible that two English speak
ing nations should sutw.st to advantage
on the same continent. The Ottawa
RnarH r( Trarla ar HOW SeeKinK a COm-
mnrnial traatv. Lt them a v a treaty of
annexation and tbey will strike the tiue
line of commercial policy.
Th Cincinnati frloe unrrenc wnicu
gives special attention to the bog crop of
the west, irom extensile correspunuuwj
and inteillgeut estimates, seta down the
nnmhernf hom nscked during the cur
rent season at ,bii,u against i.ioi.iwj
last season. It is very comfortable to
aee tbis great element of subsistence
enlarging Irom year to year. lst vear a
rntn araa tha laraent vet packed, vet tbis
... . r t 1 in 1 l. U
year will show an excess 01 nearijr m,
TpiuoI, lit a sunnv State. She was
the last one added to the domain of
alaverv in the I'nion. Oil her soil in
the late rebellion the last armed foe
AIia vu the last to Put
school books into the hands of her
children. Now tho sad intelligence
comes by mail (for they never seed
such by telegraph from that country)
that tha free school svsteru put in
operation under the Republican rule
is to be abolished, that is, the tax for
the support of the schools is not to be
collected. The scholastics population
of Texasis 229,56$, witn an auuit nut
70.S95 whitoi and 150,61:
blacks. Its total populatiou is SIS,
st.i with an area of 237.S21 square
in nil this territory and for
all tlies neonie. when the Republi
mim rnie into power in 1S70, there
were but two free school buildings.
In spite of great political opposition
and violence towards teachers, the
first season's work of Superintendent
DaGress resulted in the establishmen
of 1,024 school houses, witn an enroll
ment 03.304 pupils. The present sea
son opened with an enrollment or
117,000 pupils. The first action of the
Democratic legislature on its organi
ration (Jan. l'Jth.) in suspending the
school tax indicates that all this work
is to be overthrown, ana mat tne
State is to be left in the black ignor
ance.which characterized it during the
previous twenty-five years of unin
tcrrnnted Democratic rule.
For the third time a theatie on the
aito has been burned to ashes, iu
w.ohinirtnn. IX C. The first on the
en. r March ( the dav Polk was inau
i1 1 1S4.V the second. February
a m-,7 andthn third, vesterday.be-
? - -
11 ftfla-l 1 OPE.
rrko Inftt Artrl hiiilt has been called
the National Theater. Luckily the
last time it caught fire was in the day,
tu .ntnnra ivinir bo narrow, had
i, oht fire when full of people and
there been a ptnic, hundreds of lives
would have been sacriuceu to iuc ci
We are bow without a first class
i..r in Washlnston. There has
len an Opera House building and
...i nnmnioteil. hut the citv Archi
.oi h.a condemned it. and several
partment, weeks must elapse before it can
passed upon by him again.
Texa will soon cease to be the land
of poor nd cheap cattle. The enor
mous fXioriaiioiis oi
eastern and northern markete have
about cleaned out the herds in many
counties. Cattle thieves have injured
the truile in others. Live stock men
are now generally looking to the rais
ing or fine breeos. ine great imi
cattle interest, once o imposiug,
soon be a thing or tne past, it
the result or a low civilization
must pass away as progress is et-uiu-li-ried.
The Bueg Maritine tjanai is uot
araat aiiocpaa finnnciallv. vet its stock
n nut h verv easilv purchased.
liao hail a wnnileriui lnuuence
nrinntfll i. HI! IT1 P TI'P. especially
fhin. tea trade. The element
ei.ean ocean transDortatlon without
has enabled tbe eastern
merchants to import their teas direct
ly by way or Suez at lower rates
ho Pacific steamer and rail.
Francisco merchants are much
at this result. The Suez
is increasing by the increase oi
aud are the only steam
' .. .', - lliMilnll
avaliaoie lor passage i""""
During tbe last decade the waeea
labor in tbe iron traoe oi tue i'i
nf T.noland have increased a follows:
Laborers, 25 per cent; moulders, 17
cent: engine titters, lz per cent;
in nor cent.. colliers.30 percent
Thmili Increments, however, do
equal the increased cost of living,
the lahorincr British population
not have resorted so extepsively
immicration in order to better
From several eubernatorial roessa
ges lately delivered some curious
are gieanea regaruiu mc y
ata hnrden or the debts or various
Eastern and Nortat western States.
Fvnlnai rs nf the New Eneland
Southern, the most M.pulousand
populons States, viz : New York
Jkevaoa, Keep toe icau iu wcipuc
burden or their indebtedness.
net funded debt or tbe former is
with a population, according
to the census or 1670, or 4,dj,.j
which represenU a burden or $i.70
each individual. Nevada has a
or $379,246, and a population or
a burden of $o 91 per capita Pensy
vania has a debt or ib.o-i,i'.s. auu
population or 3, 521,769, or U 69
Load. Ohio, with her 2,665,200
ple owes $3,583 546 or SVJ lor
.nhnhitint. Wisconsiou's debt
i- -iv f.S7. and her DODulation..of
054 670 $2 10 apiece. Miuliigan
a Haht nf $1.7B4.aMa W1110U WUUIU
nulre SI 48 each from ner i.ib,io
hohitantii to settle it. Indiana
J4.O0O.O0O, representing m per
burden or z a, iu btroug wuu
nrtrv, ihsw commonwealths are
entirely free rnm debt aud
with none wortfl speaipii !
State Debts. England---Severs Storm.
h A m Mt
Losdox. Feb 2. Tbe British
were visited last nignt uy oue oi
mci vinlpnt storms ever experienced.
of the year.
fell to au extraordinary depth in
oitv end country, ipis uiuruwic
Was six inohes deep n the bieeeia
t nnnn a,.H travel was almost
ly suspended. The omnibussea
nabsoeased running, and soarcely
vehicle of any description has
mmmr, in tha .treets to day. . Is
provinces the snow rail was
Eaa.ior nH In the extreme north
drifts are several feet deep. A
raged with great fury all around
. . . T 1 .. .. n.nLli:
Kniniau SQll jriBll vmmm.
i,mZ.lj I i ollvadv been
arid'therebasbeen a rearfullosaoriife.
Laecinitc flr Torouary and
! .i.. uinw Toianrla. The steamer
IIIO ClLlll ' ' 1 " . -
Alpine went ash re during the
pn fl'ftCKRfiaq ,an ,ufv-i- -
rerun LT I r 11 IVH 1 Hint Oil wii
were lost, f he ship Sarah was
ed op the Jrisn coast nesrusupjes"
faortaon nf her crew drowned.
Thirteen lives were lost by
wreck of the steamer Clan Alpine.
i r. Tow farmer inculcated
.tu;nr tn a little oroliau bound
by setting him on a hot stove for
; .. ., n ita Ma commpneed
op early right off, then-to get
of the stove. Even the farmer
itiat,' for abound poyana so
ktihat, he never saw ' aifybody
seemed so restless aud so anxious
get up at once, without even
to think, aa that boy was. Youth
the nmnor season to eradicate
The Greeley Will Case.
ew YObk, February $. At While
Plains, to-day, at the opening or the
Greeley will ease. Judge Hart stated
that he bad received a note from M Us
Ida Greeley, and which had been ai
proved by her sister, in which they
begged to withdraw from the contest
which their opponents were detei mined
towageoer their lalher'a gra re. The
nonteslants then proceeded to prove the
will made cy Ureolev in io 1 wimmii
further opposition. It was stated that
Mr. urec-lev lert property esuiuawu n
be worth fiK.OUO, which, with the estate
Mrs. Ureelev, would amonnt to ,-
The fuilowinir is the note or Miss Ida
N.. 12 COLLEOK PLACB, I
January 29, 1870.
Deab Judgb Hart: I am so much
dUti-eased bv the rcoort of VBSterdsy's
proceedings at VVbite riains, tnai i "
withdraw from a contest which our op
ponents are determined sbsll be waged
over mv lather's irrave. for not even to
carry out hi last wishes, can I permit a
memory which is infinitely dear to me,
In ha bo desecrated. With oest thanks
to yourself, Mr. Nelson and Mr. Choate,
lor tne very Kind enoria woicn you ua
all made on behalf of myself and aUter,
I remain, with much respect, very truiy
yours. JDt L.litii.ii.
I ioin my sister in the sentiments or
this letter. Gabrikllb Gbbklby,
Mr. Choate remarked- that he had re
ceiver! a communication from theChild-
ren'a Aid Society, alatiqg that if it
should transpire that tireeley'a estate
hail neen imoairrwl 111 vaioe nioi-vioii.
and that the will should be admitted to
probate, tbey would abate proportiona-
blv tbeir claims to tne legacy.
The value of Ornelev'e property is v
rioualv estimated at between fciu.OOO and
2i5,000. In court to-day Mr. Williams
stated that it amounted to lo,8X) ; but
others eouallv as well acquainted with
tbe anairs or tbe estate say, mat aiur
careful inventory it doea not exceed
1130,000, allowing the very highest prices
for the shares or the newspaper and other
Just before the close or the proceed
ings, Mr. A. J. Johnson, rearing that ne
was misunderstood in his previous testi
mony, said that Greeley had implicit
confidence in the management or the
Tribune during tbe campaign, and de
clared to tliose who wanted to change
tbe policy of tbe paper by removing Mr.
Keid, that ir he went, he (Greeley) would
The War With the Modoes.
Sax Francisco. Feb. 2. But little
prospect exists of any practicable ad
justment of tbe Modoc difllculty.
Last l ouraday, i airciiiiu anu several
others went, bv invitation of Capt.
Jack, to have a big talk. The place
was on tbe tODOfaUicn nniovenooa.
ing a lava bed. The ludians on tbe
hill ran awav. CaDtain jacK wantea
the men to come to bis ramp. I bis
they refused to do. Jack said they
must come nall-wav. raircuuu re
fused acrain. but sent word Jack could
come to hiscamD within two day.
If not then they must fight again.
Gen. Gillem's command is balf way
over the mountain, and would reach
headquarters to-day. iNoiuing nas
been beard from mm.
Hon. Edmund G. Ross, at one time
a colleague of Pomeroy in the United
States Senate, is now a resident or Law
rence, and sets type for a maintenance.
A correspondent saya : " Ross may
back to the Senate some dsy. It would
be a poetic justice for bim to succeed
Pomeroy. But Kansas will have
hiiA vet before she gets capable
ot orosaic tustice. to say nothing
poetic If Rosa ever should go back
the Senate there would be one more
brave and honest man in that body
there ia nnw. and there would be added
to the social treasures of Washington
bright and beauurul girl, crave as
cihuria aim keens his little home
Lawrence, and takes eare or her
brothers for tbe mother that is gone."
Some gossip about the rival railway
schemes in Mexico is flavored
genuine Americanism. It Is gravely
asserted that the representatives
one of the contesting companies
$300,000, while playing "poker"
a party or Mexican congressmaii.uuu
that they immediately after rot
scheme through their Congress
inference Is that tbe loss at cams
a trick to cover the transfer of a
and th4t the game "wasn't on
square." investigating cwiuuim-v
are not in vogue in jicxicu.
t.Vo Ontario lately threw another
tidal wave noon its shores, near
... -. . 1 - rt..AalAa
mouth or tue uenesee river, i "
was closed with solid Ice, aud without
a moment's warning, the ater
to rise and the ice towara tne
of the harbor began to eraca, as
great waves were rolling under it.
less tnan lour minutes, wni,
all had risen over three feet and
half. This advance or water receueu
in a short time, and the lake and
assumed their ordinary tranquility.
Th.i'MilIerlte" doctrines of twenty-
five years ago are being revived
Groton, Vermont, where they
couCdent that the world will come
an end this vear. One old shoema
ker is ao certain of this fact that
sending back the measures of
regular customers though why
measures should go back if
will want the boots presently, is
. to get
Tbe difference between European
American winters may be appreciated,
from the statement in the cable dispatch
es that In London the first snow of
season fell on Saturday morning.
weather there for the paat four
has been chiefly noticeable for continu
ous rain. In this respect it surpasses
nytbing previously known within
period or twenty years.
Mr. Joseoh Jefferson, who b:a
completed a professional engagement
Baltimore, aaya that be now no.
experiences no traces of his
disease, but that he can read easily
print with his operated eye, ana
not softer pain nnder any light.
recovery he regards complete.
Oakes Ames is the most ponderous
member of either House, tie
about aix feet three inchea, and
well on to 300. lie baa immense
Nid feet, apd hi long Jw nJ
ous nose constitutes by far the
nut of his person" above tbe
round, stooping shoulders.
a -VatthvlilB washerwoman,
in a lot of dirty clothes a new
shirt opening at the back, sewed
UP CUt open tne UOSUIU nu
. ' f ... 1 ....... niaimai
pUllous, 19 tue llllCUOl- M.i-O".
Tlie humane f !itv Hall Ring at
Y'ork proposes petitioning
JJix tor tbe paruon oi rinwi.u..
murderer. . It Is not
that the Governor will reprieve
1 1 iv,. .aiaina'of the
Earth County Rible Sooiety, on
evening laa. Bar. B. Telford, late a
to China, eatertained the
with inoidenu connected with
Hon. John Ingalla has Juat beeo
United States Senator from Kanaaa
aurjceed Senator forneroy, Hgracofii
jaiatively yung wan, bel08etln
T I3T OF LETTERS J
IjUnclalmed, remaining la tha
PS OfDce, Tuesday. F?b, i, i
Cewn John lcinw ..a
Moses Mrs A
W aters Jonah
Cpuke Miss Anna
Dp,wna Mrs. Annie
Derby Laur. J
Ha vU John 9
McMillan K A
Those marked with a -tab are rorelgn.
Persons wishing toobtain the sbova,
please to call for advertised letters.
v If not called tor In Wdaya will be
dead letter office.
Office noura. 710 A. M.. to T-ao f. Ml
Ritea ul oouiroUsloos obarged lor
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Over and not exceeding JSJ 1
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K0 single order iMUCrjnoreln
Marriage Notices inverted Gratis.
By Rev. J. C. Bnrt ell. on tha JMih Jan., at
iha boue at tne bride, WM. W. KfcNNE-
1V, to JCLIA A. TII)I. MWi r
mington. On the 1Mb Inst., at the residence 01 ine
bride s parents, in wmoon, i;. j
Bev. A. T. Croaa, Mr. LOKEJl AIJSUY,
of Farkmau, O., to Miss ALICE UAM-
At tbe residence of the bride's lather, Jan.
2in, by Kev. as. .iowiw. air. nn.m, r...
BttAllKOKD.of Windham, to M las If RAN
CM H. AI.LEN.of Bracevllle.
By Rev. H. Webb, at the M. E. Pamonaje.
WM. LODW1CK. to Miaa BARAK P.
THoXEU all of Trumbull county, Ohio.
In Mecca, on Fo. 1st, IK7S. at tne resiaence
of N. W. I'm trier, ana uy "o -
HbZAKIAU J. HARSK, of (iuatsvua, to
Miaa IDA C THOMPSON, of Greene.
Thursday afternoon, Jan. anh, by Rv.
P. ualley, air. n.Mor.i,. v ........
M n. MAkTUA HARD If . of thl city.
Jan.utb. In Mllten.by the Rev. B. U. Tay
lor, Mr. J Art. w.juiuaiu.',"""""'
DEATHS. Notice of death free-obituary five cents per line.
At Vienna. Jan. JS. 1STS. LILUK. dauhtr
of Cordy and A. L. Oraenwood. aged a
months and 1 day.
Little Lllue sleeps
To wake no more.
Fold the tiny, waxen lianas.
Her little lifelaor.
A rose-bud lent to earth
Brief was ber stny ;
Ber sonny smiles to as
A heavenly ray.
White robed angels came.
And beckoned ber above.
From sickness free, she lives
Where all Is love.
God of pitying love.
Be thou the parents cheer;
The healing balm bestow.
And dry the scalding tear.
, it Dl'HT
.JLTti ... 7 months. I week and I day.
In Warren. Ohio on Ba'urtay nwroing.
Jan. Xitn, strsia v'-
h months and 4 days.
m BrookOeld. on the morning of January
Me 4ullin.agedl9 years and ave months.
HANNAH CLARK, of Vienna, aspanea
this Hie. Jan. i, mi. .
J AMES W. LEET. died at bis residence
V7e Jan. In the tid year of hU
ESTATE of Kobert Hampaon.dec'd.
Notice is hereby given that the .Qbacri-
... annoiuted and qualified
administratrix. or , the lat. , of Robert
Hampson. laieoi 1 muiuui. ' ,i
Hatedat Warren, tbl. h day of an. Ml
aVlA. J-u xxe.Mi. -
Feb. 5, ..
Ohio hU Detltlon. praytng for an order so-
beiooglng to the assignment of John
Leyde. w'lch have become d-P" : 8e
iuuem.nt of said claims herewith filed.
Said petltlo. will be for hearing on
22d dao. Feb, jffi. at M - -y
Asslgnte of John W. Iyde.
Jan. 21. im-it
-rrrt-i--r--L -Tor Sale,
T WILL SELL MY FARM vriu
--aw - : arul l.flllaVDl.
'r?!" i...-r-h- T'artiry
goodeultlvallon. and has good buildings.
ELKSrtfeSX down and tta-bal-
nV innnnusl payments. Address
jSSn OlffiiWoae. Cll.nd.O,
or Henderson I. Gilmore, Guata as, O.
Jan. IS. 1673-tf
Western Reserve Chronicle.
JOB PRINTING !
Plain and Faney Work
ed it j
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY,
Having refurnished our well-known
. . a.s. F.l..i:..mss
JOD rnniing tl4UIIl"OUS
With all the latest atylea or type
other n accessary material, w are
to dp euch work a- may be
trusted ts our bands.
- COUNTRY STORE
loT Call and exauiin
and price. -
tar Order by mall
promptly attended y.
J, el's- W
Franklin Fire lusnr'e Co.
HTATK '' OHIO. ) I
i AM PKPABTMkT,-
coLuaurs. Ju. a, it---- ;
WhkkCah. TheKranklln Fire Insurance 1
Cominur. located at Philadelphia, in Ihe i
Suuiof Pennsylvania, baa Bled In this office
a sworn fitaieineot. by the prop' OtlKi
thereof, showing lUcon-Utlon and bnsieaa
and has complied, la all respects, with the
T" .,.1. r.it in. t Kire Insurance
Companies, incorporated by other mules of
tbe raited State. -
Now. Therefore. In porsnance of law I.
William V. Church. Huperinlendenl of In-
. .1 yi.i. nt 1 in do hereby
certify, thatsald Company is authorised to
transact Its appropriate business of h ire
Insuranos In this Slat.-, la accordance h
law, during the curreni je-r. ...-.-.
' . . -1 . ..t.i 1 run nan v at tue
1 IIHI ,UU uun.urw. mi " .'. . .
I date of such stateuieut, (Dee. aist, is.-,;
Amount of actual paid up C. pita JV-MJ w
AgKregate amount 01 avai.j"i"
. . nM
preceding year in cash 1 erv.,.
U B.iInWItnesa Whereof. I haye 'y
Aggregate amount of Liabilities,
(except capital; "-""'" " ,,.svnV
insurance -- - - -
Amount of Income for tbe pre
ceding year In cash
Amount of Expenditures for the
' .nhuHhMl mv 11 u 11 111 aud causal the
Rpnl of mv office to be a rilled, tbe
day and year above wrltlan.
W. F. CHirRCH.-Superlntendsnt.
Feb. S, I7-H
Fire Insurance Agency.
8TATK OF OHIO.
CoLUMBl'S, Jan. zt, l-7i
Whereas tbe National Fire and Marine
Insurance Company, located at Philadel
rhu in the Rtaieof Pennsylvania, has nltd
la this o trice a sworn IStatemaut. by the
proper omcers tnereoi, soowius touui-
r..; .n.l nnnlneaa and has compiled ia all
Maoec-ts. with tbe laws of thla Slate, rela
tion to Fire Insurance Companies. Incorpo
rated by other Stales of the Lulled Slates.
Now Tberelore. In pursuance of law,
wiiu.m w I'hnreh AaDerl nlendent of In.
r,.r hA Ktate of Ouio. do bereby
certlfv, that said Company Is authorized
transact Its appropriate Duamessoi r ihiq
i.nMln thi, KLatA. Id a?cordauC3 with
i.w ilnrln? the current vear. The condition
and bust neaaof said Company at the date
such statement (.Dec. 11, is.i,; is snowu a
Amount of actual paid upCapluliOOO.COOOO
Aggregate amount ol avallabe as
ta ,. 413,520
Aggregate amoont ol Liabilities,
lanital 1 Inelnflinir re.in-
u rauce 136,016
Amount of Income for the p.-ece-ding
year In cash 4.15J32
Amount of Expenditures for tne
preceding year in cash..., 89.131
U 8. In witness whereof. I have hereun
to suuacnoeu Mas miiin, kuu iao
the seal of my olnce to e amxea,
the riv and vear above written.
W. V. CHURCH, Superintendent.
Merchandise, Dwelling Houses anil Farm
Property, Insured at current rates.
1 ii i i-n l i.- v iniu iMnl.
IM over Trumbull National Bank, Kl
er Block, Main 0t warren, umu.
Feb. a, 1H74-11
DURHAM SHORT HORNS!
I WILL SELL CHEAP, ir called
for soon, on my farm In North Bloomfleld,
xiuuibull county, Ubio,
4 Young, Short .Horn Bulls,
of suitable ago forth coming season
ones month old also two Cows, in calf
my cuuii nuiu pun, u .j -
All with good Herd Book Pirfigreea.
t. A. UltU ,t
Feb. 5, IKS-ftt
T. OAT) NOTICE.
Ivan, that a octitlon
I win be presented to tbe Commisslooera
Trumbull County, at tbeir next session
I be beld on the first Monday oi siren.
YSl praying for the establisbment or
oounty road along tbe following described
tbe town line between Hubbard and
ler, at tbe sooth corner ot wuai is snowu
tbe Mill Lot.owned by Memo jou iim,"
I ......... .1. n ..lil Inamilln line
It Intersects tbe road already established
on said township une r.a .
Fowler, Feb. o, 1S73-4U
FAKM FOR SALK.
1 WARM OP DO ACKtS. 611U-
i ... .n.l nne.half mi lea aouth,
warren, on iu, uwuaww. .-
a lumt it,, aerea inamall frult.and between
three and four acres In orchard, Pleuty
good water and limber, and good build In
The farm la under a good state of cultiva
tion, and is well auapled to farming
enquire oi, or am. i .
I dairy purposes.
TF.V WALL PAPER.
i Aim Rolls of New Wall Papers lust
ceived, and several thousand more eomiug.
Alan Uh.iM Kl llr (UrtA Dl. f XlUIVil.
sels. Hollands. Picture corns. -o
for Trimming raper. . ...
Feb. 5. 13H.
mHE STATE OF OHIO. SUMMIT
I County, as. In tbe Court of Common
PTeas. John R. Penn. Trustee, against
Atlantic Great Western Hallway
and other defendants. Civil
!.-.... .1 a PrMntiaa avalnst same
j i -i ... i ..tifin Tn nnrsuance of
order of said court, made in Ibe aforesaid
- - anH ail Mranaahavinaolaims
demands of an kind or nature,
Gould and O'Doherty. late Receivers,
against Reuben Hitchcock, the present
to present all soeh claims and demanas
said Hitchcock, Receiver, with the
proof of their vauaiiy.ai nis uiu u
f i . ihin n or hefore the Ilrst day of
next! and tbat all such claims and
aasball not be so presented within the
above limited, will be forever barrea
foreclosed a. against said Receivership
as against any assets that now are, or
. . inui ti.e hands of said
ceiver Hitchcock, and will be deprived
any participation inerein.au. -' ".--eock
be forever discharged of and from
and all liability on account of such
ami iiBmaniir wnemeras im , . . . , ... ...
wise. REUBEH HITCHCOCK,
Receiver of A. G. W. R. W.
Cleveland, Feb. a, 1S7S St.
-r roil, XOTICR
I J Alice Frttenger. whose place of
uebce is nnknown, will take nonce
.. at. Jannarv. 173. Oeorze
Inaer filed in Uie Court of Common
wilful absence tor three years last past
.wt or dntv. Said cause will be
harlnr at anr time after alx weeks
Washington Hyde. Att y ror rit a.
Feb. 5. l73-t.
-ar rail. VfiTTC'R.
liNoilce hereby given, that on
r 1 p.r&tata rnn.rt.of Trumbull
Ohio, glared the Ul. of John R
laie or saia rwimj. . '
vent and appolnied the undersigned
n tha laaolvancv therein.
Those baving claims against said
are requested to present w i "
ri.i iihi .it months from said
not nrooerlv authenticated tor
rtbey will not MK'.LV
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LEGAL NO riCE.
Cleveland Cement Pipe Co., by I.
Da vrson. Agent. PltfTs. vs. P. T. took
others, whose names are unknown,
snow n as tne nrmoi i . i. toon o, v" -',tTI"
In the court oi vommoa ricm w nua
bull county, O.
P T Cook ana tne otneTueienaauia wn-
names are unknown, will take notice
the Cleveland Cement Pipe Company,
ik.ru. d.,nr lm- A. ). 171 B ie
peUtlon In the Court of Common Pleas
Trumbull county, and State of Ohio, against
P T Cook ana tue oiuer uwcuunui, a i,,
names and residences are unknown, setting
forth that the said defendants sre Indebted
to said plalniinsln the sum of three
aud thirty-one dollars and thirty-live
cents tl.S) for merchandise sold and
The said plain tin's also procured
an order of attachment on the same day
said case to Issue against tbe property
jald delenoants accoruing to iw. wu
will be tried at February term of said
wi, wmcb -5j r j"nkS,
Dec- 25, 18T2-6t Pli ffs Atty
GUARDIANS SALE OF REAL
Estate. In pursuance of an order
the Probate Court of Trumbull county.
1 will otfer for sale, at public auction,
Saturday, tbe 15tu day of Feb., A. D.
betwtfc u the nours oi one auu mm u
P m upon the premises the following
real estate, situate in tbe township
of Bracevllle, county of Trumbull.and
of Ohiiv. and nearly opposite the V. A M.
R. Depot, known as riiaiau- staiioo.
cel 1st. Rounded oo tbe west oy land
Waller Ktroup; oy jooo v. . urxissana w
H.irlrv mi the east. The R. R.
grounds on the south, and land of
Hawley oo the north; containing
three acres of lana wun two inuii
thereon. Appraised at
hmviii. eoDtalnaoaM acre of land
joining parcel 1st. aud is appraised at
lrriUH. ,111 UUIVUM .111.: J " ..--.
anco in sixty days from day of sal..
Guardian of Jobn Croy.
Bracevllle Jan. lb. lo73-ll
One half of the new double house,
Market and Vine Sts., containing
good rooms, paniry.six closets, with a
., .. , . . ; 1 k 1.1... n
cellar, niwsreu raiu w.c. in a...u
z,K-i well convenient, will be rented at
BOD a DJ8 iaiI, OT ui wuuir uuum m-a
will be sold on favorable terms. Innuire
the premliies or of H. Vevfe, at the btor
Peck fc Bro.
J, a BURR & HYOE,
tot Six kDd selU toboto
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Feb. 5, IK 3.
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Feet of Walnut Lumber Wanted.
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TRUESrEIX A T9WS8FVD.
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S. L. DIINT & SON',
Main and Market Streets.
Dr. BANNINS'S BRACES.
CJ. HICKOK. who for the last fii
.teen years lias beea engasjed In the
saJeof d BAXSIXG S B&AOES. woold
say to the public that be has now on hand
a full assortment of those beautiful and
useful mechanical appliances which have
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rom the effect of Jemal vtaknta. more
than bread anu meat. Also an assortment
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Mecoa. Train bull Co.. v.
Mecca. Trumbull Co.
In Bloomfleld, J!T or about the 2Sd of
tuis month, a proiisory note for th .sum
of nttv-slx dollars, signed by JamesCottle,
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of the same ha, been WfP''
jiier.rn ccn. , '
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Bloomfleld, Jan. l7t-t.
THE Anuual Meeting ol the Stock
holders of the Mahonlo Vsl'ey Agr.-
.i a .i.iina wiM be held si the.
Town HaU, Newton Fs. Monday. Feb. U
lira. nil". - o-j-.-
Jan, IS-lt y-
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has been duly appointed Ad mi Dis
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late of Trumbull oounty. Ohio.
Kewton, Jan. 3D. 1S73-S1.
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