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JOR Pit IN IXfi. rjarinr a superior assortment of Job Printinr mate. rial, we are prepared to execute in the best manner.all kinds of plain aud fancy Book and Job Printing, rr as Address Cuds, Ctrl incites, labels. Cosiness Card, Check Hooks, Manifests, Bank Cheeks. Colored Printing, Notes, Bills of Lading, Prafts. fro trammel. Ball Tickets, Form Books, Receipts, ttlanks, all kinds. Handbills, Show Bills, etc. In faet erery thin done in the shaoe of Printing, at prices that cannot fail to suit, and with the rreatestdis-CMU-h. We keep constantly on hand a (rood assortment of Carols and fine Stationery, from which those in want of Printing can select. Jnstices'and Constables' Blanks ARRAKTKE, MORTGAGE h. QUIT CLAIM DEEDS CHnoiM, axEi-rnoxa, srarorxAS, no. Constantly qn hand and for sale. PEXIXG AXD CLOSING OF MAILS. Post Crrn-c. AYikrex. Cmo fobnury loth. IPiS. For the present the rereral mails at tliil k3ic will close and open as follows : n.csc. . Pittwhmrfk, daily at 9 pm. 7), p m TMi7n, illOin. pa Cteielmmd. at 1 p m. I IJi a m A'im.tri-xk. M.cd. Wed. Frid 9 pm. 5 pm -V. Blmfietd, - - 9pm. 7pm f".r. .(. 10!; anl. pB Jreearf A, Tors. Ttmrs. Fat. pn. 7pm aara - 1pm- 11 am If. GrMamfe, ' " ini am. p m . ria Eden. K. Jackson. etc.. closes Mondays and TbarsJavs. at 9 p. m., and opens We.! Ac Sit a pm ?(. via Duck Creek. Hannah's Mills, dtc Fridays. '.loses at 9 p. m-, aud opens fri.lars t 5pm T. E. WEIIB. P. 11. Home Intelligence. Horses. The nuiulierof borscs stationed in tiiU vicinity, is very large, and among I'uom may be fuanj some of tlie best in Northern Ohio, and we vi rj much doubt uheliier tliey a e excelled in the Slate. We have printed bills fur the following : Kennebec this horse will be found at the cen tre of Gustarus. David Iliil at Warren and Bloom Gel J. Excelsior at Warreo and Johnston. Jon. Philips BloomfielJ. Black Tijr Warren, Xiles and CanfUld. ciise Clack Hawk Vienna, Southington and Warren. Tonng Morgan at same p'aces. Grey Eagle Fowler and Morgan Pony BrisUil, Champion and Bazetta. Young Printer Weathersfield, Girard and Eubbard. Toung Sir Henry Champion, Braceville and "Warren. David mil (the 2d.) Pelton 4 Williams, at Ashtabula, Kingsrills and Conneaut. Cuba (Trotter) at same places. Shylock May Day Newton Falls, TarU, Fri r's Mill and I rdstown. Bunker Hill Xew Lyme, Kinsman and Gus tarus Champion Brook fielJ and Kinsman. Whalebone Kinsman and Sir George Williamsfield Cherry Valley, JLndorer 0.. and Tornersville Pa. Eclipse Jackson and Henry Mayflower Johr.ftoo. Snapp LIuntgrove, Cock Creek and L nox. John Richard nraBgerillc, Drookfield, Hick ory Corners and Sharpesburg. Toung Empire- Lordrtown and Newton Falls. Black Spaniard near the Meander Valley furnace. Children's Aid Society of, New York. 3Jr. C. C. Tracy, Agent of this Society, ac companied by 13 children, 13 boys and 3 girls, tired here on Thursday of la3t week. In the Afternoon a meeting was held at the Presbyterian Church, which waa largily attended. There -were many applicants for the children, and the little strangers were soon provided with homes, rave one, an in Cant of some five months, which Las since been taken by a worthy couple, near ijwn. All of the boys went out of town, to live with fanners, and so far as our acquaintance ex tends, they are in good hands. On Sunday Hr. Tracy lectured to thechiluren, At the Presbyterian Church, and in the eve ning at the Baptist Church, and on both occa sions to crowded houses. MVe are glad to see so great interest manifested, And believe that of all the benevolent societies in the land, there is none more worthy of aid, and none of more practical utility. Children's Aid Society of, New York. Sad Accident at Newton Falls-Boy Shot. On Tuesday of last week, a boy named Ed word Eaicks, of this village, was accidentally thot with a pistol. The shot entered the right side between the two lower true ribs fracturing one side in their passage, and penetrating the .lower part of the right lung, making a frightful "wound. Ee was so.near the muzzle of the pistol that the wad and the whole charge of shot en tered the body. The manner in which the ac cident oceured was as follows; Edward with another boy was out upon the Canal bank, hooting fish with a horse pistol. Edward saw m fish near the other boy, and cocking the pistul handed it to him to shoot. He not knowing it was cocked pat his finger upon the tricker.when it discharged, wounding Edward as before des cribed. . There is no probability of his recovery. Thus another sad accident results from the u?e of fire arms by boys not old enough to be trus ted with them. ed Almost a Fire. On Sunday eterjing, between cine and ten o'clock, the store room over tlie Clothing Store of F. P. Reed Co , as discovered to be on fire. The firemen were promptly in attendance, and the fire was soon extinguished, with bat little damage and that was (ally covered by insurance. in the Etna Insurance Co.. of Hartford, Conn. It ia evident that tbe fire will not in the leat interfere with the business of Messrs Reed Co., ass on the next morning their counters and show window presented as fine a show of goods fur men's oulward habilimeDts as ever. Xo store in tlie town has a larger and better selected stock of caaimeres, coating?, vestings, c, than t'lis establishment, ami the skill of Mr. Brown, in the cutting department, is undeniable. i at at Assault and Battery. Last week, John Cowan, of Kiles, made a eomplaintagainst Benjamin Granger, for assault nd battery with intent to kill. TheDcfendaut was bound over to answer, at Common Pleas, the charge of assault and battery, but not the intent to kill. Defendant gave bail. on Stole A Pistol at the American. John Osgood was examined before Jnstice Abell, charged with Grand Larceny, but petit larceny only was established. Osgood for want of bail waa eommitted to jail to answer at C. P. John Rein iff charged with same offence, was discharged. a to an Coroner. Af a sccial meeting of the commissioners, on the 18th day of May, Mr. Garry C. Reed, of Braceville was appointed Coroner, in and for the county of Trumbull, the office being heretofore f scant. keep on band Picnics Newton Falls, May 23d, 1859. 5f jr Dear CJmrride t Were I to meet you in the good old town of W arren, undoubtedly your first question would be, "Well, what's the news." and just as surely my answer would be, "nothing strange," nor is there anything very special, yet would I like to speak of a Picnic or two, with which we were favored last week. All of the schools in town were then closed for the accustomed summer's vacation. Ou Friday, the children of the Primary and Secondary departments, assembled at liiqh School Hall, and marched from t'-ere under the direction of their respective teachers to a large grove near at hand, where after they had faoored their parents and friends, with several songs, taught them by the Misses Barrett, Miss Hayden and Miss Randolph, they were feasted wilb all delicacies of the seawn. No pains nor expensj were spared that wcu!d add to their enjoyment, and surely it was a hap py sight to see several score of merry children, all sunshine and happiness, sot a cloud of trouble visible in their horizon, engaged in the innocent sports of childhood, may they ever be as happy. On Saturday the members of the Delphic and Phoenix Societies, (connected with the High School) went e Mast to Nelson Ledge for a grand Picnic and Celebration, and as a cordial invitation was extended to all, the townships of Braceville, Windham, Lordstown and Nelson were well repnsfntod. I think I am within bounds hen I say that at least fifty carriages J started from here aloi of the day were considerably damped by a heavy shower, which prohibited excursions among the rocks, yet were we a jolly crew. There was a profusion of pies, cakes and 'other good things" seldom seen. The proprietor of the Thompson House gener ously opened his doors, and as Beaver's Band was iu attendance, all who wished to indulge in the varrnf dance, were accommodated. Before dinner, Mr. Barrett delivered very able and eloquent address to the members of the societies, which was followed by the presenUit'on of a very c'.ioic and valuable book from one of them. Alter slopping at Garrettsville foreupjer, at a seasonable hour, all quietly dis;ei.-e 1 . Business is opening here this spring with un usually flattering j rospeels, and is brisk and lively. But for the (irescnt, Adios. Ai.nnn-lilliitih4iJtir.lfcB4 NEWTON. A Card. F. P. Reed it Co., would lender their hearty and iincere Ui.mks to tlie Fire Department, of Warren, and the citizens generally, for tlieir nn wearied eftirts in aving tlieir property on the evening of the 22 I Such laboisare well deserr inj of the l.iglioat parise, and will long be re membered by us. PROCLAMATION EXTRA! TVn PEOPLE HAVE aECIDED THAT McLain's Crockery Store! WAUUEN, OHIO, IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO BUY Y0CB O XS. O O I5L 3E2 UTt-lsT ! ! T7YERYB0DY knows that the old JlJ styles of Bine. Mulberry aud colored ware are going rapidly ont of date, and that ta lllTE WARE ii ,n !. r.ii inn i. We hare nos on our shelres and realy for sale, three different styles 01 llllJli UKAMTE WAKE. THE ST. DENNIS PATTERN ! Thi. tle is dot ased in all the Erst class Ilotels and public house in the country, and is deservedly poralar among has-keepers generally. It is almost entirely plain, without ornameut or raised sort, and is a very heavy, durable aina oi Tare. THE NEW YORK PATTERN I This is somethinr entirely ne.and is manufactured in England eipressly for the Mew York Importers. It is plain. lut still different in :hape from the St. iKiinii, teing rather lighter and more graceful. THE COLUMBIA PATTERN! This a beautiful style of goods. It is totnlly differ ent from the other two sties. and is highly orna mented with figured and carved work. It gives nni sal satisfaction to those who haretried it, and plesses everybody Lint sees it. Of these three styles we oOtr our customers their choice guaranteeing that every piece of ware we sell, is just what it is represented, it is donhle glazed, first ipulity, and will not turn yellow uor crack from nse of warm water. Our stock is the LARUKST, 1IK5T SKLFCrED.and we stand ready to prove it the CHEAPKST in Tram hull County. It is not to keep, UCI TO BE SOLD ! ! Every family needs it. To the buyer of CROCKER T we say. examine the stock an! prices e? small dealers and then fire as a tilt. Wind (! ' C.re as a rf trfere yea .' will please us to see you and show yon enr goods, and if we fail to suit yoa in quality and price, the fault is our own. We make this oar business, and can sell yoa tetter goods tor less money than small dealers can or will do. Alay 4ih, It'jO. SALOON KEEPERS wiil Gnd s good assortment or Tumblers, Beer Mugs. Wine Glass es. Candy Jars. Flasks, a-e.. at M'LAIS'S. LOOKING-GLASSES-from 5 cts. tc $5, at -very cheap. 18S9. less. TWELFTH ANXUAL SALE. TLIE OLDEST BOOT ASD SHOE STORE IN THE COUNTY! ESTABLISHED IS 1S4T. THE subscriber U now receiving his Spring stock of Bants and Ftaoes, vhich is adant to Uiis market, and is fall and complete- I would also return my thanks to the public far the liberal pa tronae which I hare received from Old Trumlll and tlie adjoining counlies, for the last twtlve yeara, and aopins; ly strict attention to bas.ncs, that they srtil eontiiioe their patron apt. lam alao snanafacturin extensively. use the best stock the country affords, keep t'ie best workmen, make the bet fits, do the werk on the sltortest notice, in short, defy competition. Come on, one and and exam in my stock -Wore purchasing else where. Let me know you hare the cash, and you shant po away without norchaniop. Yoors in haste, JAMd JJcCONXELL. April 37, ?5J. xEV MILLINERY STORE. fRS. M. A. KING would respectfully JL invite the Ladies of Warren and rieiuity, to call her Dew Mi llinery Store on Vain Street, second door north of the Post Olliee. a-here thee wiil CnJ the latest styles ef BONN KTS, I1AT3. and a general assortment ! . prices to suit the times. Bleaching and Trimming' done on short notice. Warren, Uarch3uth, 1K59-U. DENTISTRY. DR. A. E. LV31AS, SURGEON DENTIST. Operator in all forms of Scirntine, Medical and Me chanical Dentistry, Newton Falls, Ohio. OcttfV 6PCIAL EXAMIXATIOX OF SCHOOL TEACHERS. THEliE will be Special Examinationa of School Teachwrs, at Kmpire Hall, in Warren, Fridays, April 1st and Jith. M-iy I3ih. June luth. 1H59. It is expected that all Teachers, who hae not heretofore attended, and exjct to teach summer schools, will attend some one of these Examinations. of Board of Kxaminera. Warren, Kirch IGih, 16a9-3v. WARREN CITY PLANING MILL! DOOR, BLIND & SASIITACTORY. THE firm of E. Spear fc Son have this day associated with them Mr. Ltthce D. Cbail man or weil known business abil.ties, hopmr thereby facilitate their promptness in meeting all business denianris. The business will hereafter be conducted der the firm of EDWARD EPKAR t CO. The sew firm now hope by strict attention to ho si aud the unexceptional quality of their work, to a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended to E. Spear A Son. They will endearorto on hand all articles in their line, of the beat mate ria Is and of superior workmanship. Planing and Sawing of all kinds done to order and short notice. Poors, Saah, Blinds, Flooring. Lath and Shfncles en KDWAiiD &FAK CO. Warren. U&y so. wQ-mm 10. i QUENS WAF.lv of (o Pr at L txpt-riencc of and j : and I ot lii when ecc., can or pp Tarts is only He I from j send a ir of with whom of is acd "on BOOTS & SHOES!!"? 3. Sr.jf.lTA&3. JSAJfUFACTVRER JSJt'D PF.JLER IX Boots, Shoes, Leather, The .urgent and bwt Stock of Staple tyid Fine Itoots, Shoes. CiuiUrs nn.i Slippers ever brought to lli is market. -Which will be sold nt the veiy lowest PKICE FOU CASH! Together wi5i a large lot of French Calf Skim, Mo rocco, Kid IA nines aud Bindings, Avis, Pefj-inpf. Sewing And 8titcbing, Boot Cord, Boot trees. Hoot Web, Ho net Slick and Stitch Crimp Boards an J Irons, Colts, Coacoa and common, Cork Soles. Kyelctte Ma chines and Kyeletts, French and Kolish Oalloocs. Hammers. Instep Leathers. Knives. Stiver. Met 1 and Cast Hteel; French Wheels. Box V. heels. Fudge Wheels, hank auJ atitch Wheels, Mens and Wuxnens forepart Irons, French Irons, douMe ar.d sinele. stamps. Strap Avis, bue Micks. Khand Files, Welt Knives. shtt der Slicks. Lous; Sticks, Laces Silk, Linnm and Cotton ; Ku;J:ti Lajtinzs, Last Hooks, Lauinp Tacks, Lasts Men's. Wumen's. Boy's Misses1 -nlItlprn -s"re Mraps. Heel als. lloand Punches. llaps, Ku -Wr or Sand titoufji, toap Stone. Shoe Lifts, Siioe Threa ii, Vr.., i.c. A II to he found at No. ti Main St., Warren. Ohio. May 4, WARREN, OHIO. WTTOT.ES ME AXHRETAH, DKALETiS IN' ITtfG3. OIIKVlICA!.!. l'KKFL'MKKV. AND JCVa'UYTIlINO USUALLY KKI'T I.N A HUUli CSIAliLlsllMKNT. A1 RE now receivinir direct fro a Itlie Eastern Cities and from the Manafactorif s. tbe most extensive an.! best arteJ sttcb t,( the kin.! erer broaHt to this market, and rin sell at prices which cauno; fuil to suit purchasers. Onr assortment of FAMILY MEDICIXE3 is com. plete, eaiiiracing every variety of Syrups. B tter!. I'iils, Alteratives, tc . Ac., u.'ed in the treitraent of diseases f msnkind- Phrsician can riid in our stock every article used in their practice. Terms fair. qntlitv reliable, and warranted us represented. To Merchants and Pealers in reneral. we will sell prices atrrh must suit, the fjlhwin articles, of mtu we nave a large stock : JMaren. criemtcal and f"" lria Castile boap. Uindow Kiass and ulns Ware of. kinds. Pure Sub. Carh. So la. Cream Tartar. Cslal and Sicily Lirorice. Licorice Koot. Strsrine. Tall.iw and fur Candles, Coil Liver Oil. Wood's Hair Kesto- I rative. Boorhave's Holland Bitters. llnClaud's Uerman Bitter's. lierbolherman s Stomach Bitters, and many ' other Tonics, liair Uestorativesand lyes, which tice and spsce will not permit ns to mention. 1 Of Oils and VarnUbes, onr stock is complete, cm- ' bracing ill IIMs. Tanners. 10 W inter Bleached Whale. 111 Lir.i: also CiHur. Sa-eet and all the essential Oils. Bltt:S!IKS. The largest rtoek ever hrousht to town White Wash. Paint, Artirts. Scrub and Shoe HrusL- es. which will be sold at wholesale on favorable terms, Pure Win-s and Li-ioors for n.e.iicinal purposes, at most any prices up to Srt per gallon. IHniel Derr's pare Kyc and Wheat Whiskey. for sale urge or small quantities. yv e hav ijo hvtitation in ain; tht ire liar the largest antl heft trlt-cted tock 1 1'a.icU and Colors. and in Oil ever I rouL-ht to lli niarkeUaod wein- riie all i ersn t rairh;t&e Uie-e articles to ealiani examii.e our etickand prices; and Paints and LMieel Oil bciTir neld at exclustceig task rated. Ue figures can cot fail to ruiu Oar -tock emhniccs the rbliowirtjr l.r inds : Far.ce- lock Pure, New York xx, National, Clerelaitd, Pa cific. Peitn. and Lphiph 8.ow White Zinc ftac best in market.) Pasa:c fenor W tiite. site. oc. W e hire also a stock cf excellent Teas for retail. low rales. Also, Spices. Surgical Instruments, Dntal Tnstm wietitg. Tooth Bruthus, llatr ilroshes. Arnold's and Kirtlaiid's Inks. iS null and Fine Cut Chewing Touac c. Trasses, Supporters, tks , tie. Wore hereafter, WOODS & PEW. SOLE LEATHER! UPPER LEATHER!! Trench Calf Boot Morocco hoe Nails Short Head Xail. f hoe Thread Hammers luochers Heel liall 1 asu Boot Trees Linings Koot Webb l'at. Peg lUits Americaa Calf ltiotKd llohb Nails Kink Nails Wax lynchers Awl Blades Crimp Irtjns Crimp Hoards Kimlings Oaloon Lscets Searing AtI Hafts. Also everything tlftt Shoemakers a-act to carry on trsde. at Killikiu's Ulock, Main street. April jT, lr Jit. A. C. NcCOSXELL. TO BE SOLD AT COST! Heus Thick Boots, deli's Calf llout Men Cuil Shoes Alcn's Ca!f (liters lief' Calf B'.ots Host Thick B.ioU i.dia' Clf BontM CliiMpen1! Short A. f. MeCOXN KLL, -April 3. IPS! ailllL.&'tBivck. Ilay Appointments. E. II. SANDS, M. D., PATHOGENETIC & URTPATHIC rnvsiciAN axd schgeon, Cf the firm cf Clark 4' , Jcmestmw, r.,) Grut.te, in 1-Jtlf of tli College of Physicians and Sarrt-ons of tlie City of Xev York, mud flfteen jrevri in the tnratmrnt of Acute and Chronic lie-C4s-tcn year in the City cf New York. Two years txiK.rience in that lonrif ri noavit&l for the treatment Disaeri of erery pr. and character. TIIK CITY HOSPITAL Or Kf YORK. Ahout a,0tK cases of Medical and Surgical Diseases come annually nnder the treatment of the Hissicians Sureeons of this Institution. Dr. SANDS was a ..anil of the late Pr. Svett. Pro- tesor of I'ls'ascs or the L.oni to th City llospiial, to the CniTerity i f the City of New York: also. Student and Assistant Pureon under those preat and success?.!, sargeoris, Jvftn n aton and A. W . btevtns. c''r ' Xgw Bs. B1KD3 wiil visit, every month. the following plasea, where he may be consulted : PiritroKT, 13 ord oil's Hotel. Akdovkr Ctmi, Keen's Ilonse. West WiluxXsf'lb. Kinkaid's llooe, Gcmvci, Oust av as Hotel, GttKEKE, jLiChaDe'S liutel, WlCSrOT7IIA, BKurroLvti.LC, Joiikbtox. rar.bars ITote?, so Hilu Western Reserve I! Mel. NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION CnROMC DISRATES succensfully treated, even gtren op t-y the most skillful physicians CONSUMPTION, and all diseases of the Langs, Scrofulous AiTfctionsof the Joints. White Swelling, with all the varied forms of frcrofalous and 8cnr hntic Diseases, are ruccsifu!ly treated. o where Consumptives resort with so certain a prospect cure. The Patient is not nnder the absolute necessity of lying in person for treatment, thnnrh that is oVW- ruble; but the cue (a of nrine) with a detail of symptoms, will enable the Doctor to prescribe suc cessfully. In the treatment of the Diseases of Women. Dr. F1n.I1 follows in the footsteps of the late distinguished hr. VandeTeer, u hoe successful treatment of those dis eases can be attested by thousand s of female in all of tbe Tutted States. For Falling of the Womb, Lucorrhea or Whites. oV?., a cure is gu-tranteed. Dr. Sandj' Ireotsent of children is new and successful. 6CUGEKY and Sargical Diseases can receire that treatment which secures a return to health, without a resort to that fvarful icstrument,the knife. Dr Sands a surgeon of the coiisrrative class, using the knife as a last resort. Dr. BANDS will cure old ssreft and all eruptire dis eases of the skin, no matter of how long standing. makes aseof universal BOTANIC remedies; do Caloint! or other deleterioua rfrutrn are used. Perrons a dibtance desiriug advice and medicine, will a general desert ptioa of the urine, with a correct statement or tbe cause and onem n tbe d isease, and general history of symptoms, with name, age, etc. All communications must be addressed to CL AUK At AXDS. Jamestown, ilercer Co., Pa. DR. 8.0. CLARK. TJrip.thic PTs:riA!t i5D Pr ocox. J am Mt mm. Mercer C. ., would respectfully form the inhabitants of the western part of the State Pennsylvania, and of Ohio, that he has associated himself Dr. Sand, late of the City of Kew York, he can recommend as standing in the front rank his profession. (April SO, 'i)J. HENRY WARD BEECHER'S new book, "Notes from the Plymoth Polpit.' This the most popular book of tli season; just pnhtiahed ree d at AD1M3' BOOKSTORK. TEW STYLES of Blacks just ree'd Milliners supplied, at .atKV. c. W. MESSR"8,. March 30th, "SD. No. 7 Va3 Gorder's Block UNKNOWN QUANTITIES," of Horse Brashes some srith crooked handlse Vm" Carda.Currr-the-mane comba.aud lummer blajikiogfortht sasKiiohlr animal, at i PATCH i OrCTCEE'8. t i j I i 1859- ! ! I J j 1 t ! NEW YORK STOKE. THIRTEENTH r1IIE subscribers arc now open- JL in? the:r slock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS wbicli, in extent, variety and beaut', surpasses any here tofore offered in old Trumbull. We invite our patrons and the public generally, to examine our Goods before purchasing as money is most assuredly to be saved in so doing. 500 TOSS CHEESE WANTED. ANo, Butter and Farm Produce gene rally for which Cash or Goods will te paid. PARKS & WENTZ. YfAKMit, 0., April 1PS9. TICII CUENE BAYADERE SILKS, Xl KKMT VOUK ET0RK tHENE BAYADERE & PLAID ' IfL'MMtU SILKS. SEW YORK STOKE. T7RENCII ORGANDIE MUSLINS. L SE-.V YOKK STOKE. OAAA YARDS FAST PRINTS 'JUUU cu, worth P2icts. KEW YOKK STORE. G INGHAM ROBES A LEZ. SEW YOUrl ST0EZ. B AYADERE JACONETSi LAWNS NEW YOKK STORK. DUCHER LACE MANTILLAS & a. I'OINIS a very rich and Fashionable article. KEW YOKK STOKE. 9nnnYARDSBLEACnED shirt- V V U IGN S fi.'i cts.. worth 12 ets. KEW YOUK STOEE. I7MBROIDERED LACE CURTAINS a J Also, (jULD iiliyts lur one Hollar. SEW YORK STOKE. . VMBRA PRINTED CM ALLIES, J KtW YOKK STOKE. B ONNETS. RIBBONS. LACES KUUKOIDZatEj. KS'.V YOKK STOKE. CARPETING OF EVERY KIND the largest and cheapest tork. XSIV YORK STORE. HARAGE ROBES A LEZ Plain and Figured Barugcs in every culur. KKW TORS STORK. I7RENCII FLOWERS and Bridal X. WrealliS iA suruain; beauty. KEW YORK STORE. T ADIES COTTOX HOSE & LIXEN Jlj I1DKF3. 6i els. 3iEV7 YOUK STOUE. QUGA.R8 & SYRUPS, Wholesale and Ketail-4 little lower than elsewhere. KEW YOUK STC-EE C LOTUS, CASSIMERES, be large stock and verj ekeap. XEF YORK STORE. CROCKERY Jc GLASSWARE 10 ner cciat. belli the lowest. KEW YOUK SToae. r EAS 75 cU Teas for 50 els war ranted good. Kir YORK STCUE. 100T3 & SHOES. Ladlca Gaifeis ) 7', ct-. SEW YOKH STOHU. BRILLIANTES, JACONETS, Checis, Syipes. KEir YOUK STOKS r APER HANGINGS & LOOKING KEW I0l:S KTOKE. BLACK SI LKS BiscliofiT and Bonnai. the Ttry best. JiEW YORK STOKE B AYADERES & LUSTRES, for Tmt- elling Dresses. SEW YORK STORE. 7ATCII SPRING SKIRTS. Hie best Y In oie. KEW YOUK STORK. FASHIONABLE HATS Broadway Style. KEW YORK ST01US. M ORPHY CAPS and LUCKNOW HEW YORK STORE. HATS. P ARASOLS Carred Iland'es. KEW YORK STOREt PUCHER LACE VEILS. L NEW YORK STORE. T70ULA11D SILKS BAYADERES. X KEW XOUK cTOKK. B ROCHE LONG SIIAWLS-S 10,00 Broche Square ShavU-$3,00. NEW T0RK STORE. 10-4 BLEACHED an-1 BROWN SilEETINOd. KSW YORK STORE 0-1 LINEN SHEETING and PIL- i-V LOW CASE LINEN. ' JitW TORE STORE. QEU'ING SILK, MITTS, GLOVES O and Hosiery. NEW YORK STORE. N JEW STYLES DRESS TRIIIMINGS KEW YORK STORE. s TELL A & CRAPE SHAWLS. NEW YORK STORE. G OLD BANDED CHINA TEA SETS KEW YOKK STORE. SUMMER CASSIMERES & GRASS LINENS. KEW YORK STORE. BROWN SHEETINGS-6 cents.' KEW YORK STORE. LTVT" V J. If TcT7rT T VQ fn. 1 lAtrj K MAIlbElLLJtiS, for Bosoms, aod Collars. vor I0BE. & to il-Mise, its of tie it of 1 to am at that and cle tails a or and -'Coii T. J. BIcLAIN. Banker and Insurance Agent; WARRRN, 0. Agent for the following Companies. MEKCUIXTS tmiMXrE CO., caari.ortl, t 'on 11. Capital, 200,000. Hhis Company has complied with the 1 laws of Ohio, and is doing a sonndand healthy business an l If you want a safe and reiiaMe insuraace r .1 . """frty- call in and take out a rolicj ; some 01 the best bricks in torn are injured in this company. IHIflSISMIESBlSy N K W Y O R K . Cash Capital, ell paid up, 6200.000 00 Surplus, Jin., 1st, 1359, 30,001 44 8230.06 1. 4 i Tin, Company Las no liability of any X hind auseuled. Irving Fire Insurance Co., New York. CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. Insures Buildings. Merchandise, Fur A riture and o-her property irainst loss or damage by Kire on the most faroraMe tcrn-.s. Call and see the statements for the ahove Compa .. T. J. JlcLAlN. April, 6th, 1850. SFIEIAG GOODS 1859. THE EMPIRE STORE. TDDINGS & MORGAN are receiving X Their Spring; Cood. The newest aud best styles are now rady for exhibition at lb.- April. f.:h. EMPIRE STORE. No. 14S, Superior St., AMERICAN BUILDINGS, Cleveland, Ohio. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALER TN the following House FurnULintr - Hoods. sreceu, r.nilic-o and American Ws!! and ir;n.iA. T. pers. Uorders and Decorations of every description. " "crj paiiern, lor carUltiS. Curtain Uimps. Loops and Fringes, Cords and seis in an endless variety. Windosr Shades of ereryd -aeration. Cornaees and Curtain Holders! lieu" Holland of all sridiht. Curtain Fixtures and Oil Cloths: a!o irnnnfirturers of Ornamental Ciit VVorkicousistinsof French Tier an l Mantle masses. Portrait and I icture Frames. Pictures tor Parlors; some of the best that are nuMith. ed in Europe a:.d America. Constantly on hand, a large stock of Oval Frames for t.utrearinists. A larne stock of Msho-rany Framed Looking rUsscs. cn-af.er taan can Ih. bouKlit eliethere. Feather Dusters, of all sues, for Parlors. Lotinces and Childrens Carriaees. W e think thatal! our Frieuils & Customers had bet ter examine our stock before ln-yini; elsewhere. All timers res) eclully solicued and promptly attended to .T-ui(uiir iue name ana number. April. ThIi. !!": WM. IIA11T. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ALL KIXDS OF 3o. 53 ater street, next -'oor to P. 0. r HAVE NOW ON HAND, a lare A- and com Mete assort men of IJosc Wood, JlaliograEay, IJIack Walsjut AND CHERRY FL'RXITITKK. Cll A SI BKlt SETS, of rarious sfj ies. I.O(."N"iES. at all prire.. ClirtailK ItKII.-rtAI.S, MATTKASSES. of Hair. Manilla. Excels an Straw PIASO STOOLS! FJAXO STOOLS: All of vhtch I offer to the purchasing community at ruiCEs to sen tub times. WM. HART. S3 Water rtreet, next door to the l'ot00i e. Oct 57 'i'-Min LADIES ATTEND. 1KS. xTX rrti ft. U. w. jVil-.ftftMi, liavirir last mrnea iroa near lora, viii nire a SPLENDID OPENING O F FISIIIONABLE MILLINERY, co n si sti wo or R'EOrOLITAX, SILK, TUSCAN ASD ST Ii A r.OXNKTS, Of every description; and everything in the Milli nery hue. on APRIL 12th, 1859, At MBS. C. W. MESSER. Aoest. A. 7 i'mn Girder's BIrt, JUarl tt St., VAUKKX, OHIO. JlU mre repectfm.r.i imriu l ti m'ra-l. ;ar 39 D. 12. VTAUREH'S ESoot and Shoe Stores. To ilaia Street. 3 doors South of the Post Office, in the room formerly oerapied hw Uartlelt St brown, as a CIuiUids biore. NEW 8PRL(! GOODS. rpill unJfr?iened takes pleasure in annooneinr t his enstocier. tliat he has last receiredan extensive assrtment of Boots, Shoes, etc.. for the Spr.Djr and auiuer Tm.le. JI is stock consists nt i.ad:es Congress tjaiters. Plain and Fox.; Gents PaUnt Leather. Calf and Cn?reds iinitcrs. Sltw. Tte snd lUiskins, WVItster Ties. Oxior.! Ties, Ac.; Men's, Uoy's and Youth's Calf, Kij" and Stoj-'A ChiUlrfn's Si.os cf every ucsrrtp t:n,togtthr with errjthinr ascally kept in a Uot't v rihoe Store. vh:eh ill be sold a low as at ay other hone in this section. All kinds of work cad to order on short notice, of the best material and workmanship. 31 y old castoiucrs are invited to ciV at nr new stand. D. II. WAHUfiN. Warren. Varch 30, l?;&-lf. MATCHES ! MATCHES!! ONT AND AFTER the 15;h irst., the sal-scriber will prepare ! to furnish Matches Merchants and Pediers. t prices to suit the time:; M:ttrh Shop o a Quinfy Hill, in the old ainl.y istare op stairs. (The lover story for rent.) Warren. Nov 10. '.i-'-tr J. G. ELTLEX giieawondee CF THE MAETEEMII rE.MrRY! HAIR KEST0RATIVE. Says the St. Lnts. (Mo.) Demeerat: lie lew, we foo lish a letter to Pr. Wood, of this city, from aeent'-- man ia Mine. which speaks elowi-jply of the superior merits of Itis bair tonic. Fuch eviilrce itast have effects, when cominc from a reliable source. If certificates are guarantees of ircth, the Dr. needs ca enconi.uius, nor ussiest poITery from the press: Bjlth, 2Iaicet Jan. S3, XtZG. Prcftttor O. J, 9Toi Sr Cs., Gektlemisx: Harinz my attention ealleU a ftw months since to the highly beneficial effects of your Hair Restorative, I was in.tnceit to make application it npon my own hair, which hat1, become quite pray. prola)Iy one third white; my whiskers were of same character. Fome three months since I procured a hot- of your hair restorntire.and used it. I soon found was proving what I had wished. I used it aout twice a week. I hare since procured another hfttle. which I ha Ye used some. I can now certify to the world that the cray or white hair has total .y disap peared, both on ciy head and face, and my h.iirh.ts resumed lis natural color, and I i.ciic ve mot e sort anI clo3sy tisan it has been before far twenty-fire years am now sixty years old; my pood wi.'e at the age of uny-two, has nnou u n un tne same euecU The above notice I deem due to yen for your valua ble discovery. I am assured that whosoever will rirrhlly uhe, as per directions, will not hve occasion contradict my statements. I am a citizen of this city, and a .resident here for the last tiite-n years, and known to nearly every one here and adjoining towns Any use you may nuke of the above, with my name attached, is at ycur service, as I wish to pre serve the beauties of nature in others as well as my self. 1 am, truly, yoors, A. C. KAiMO.N'D. W00IVS HAIR RESTORATIYF. Baltimore, Jan. 96, lr5. Profpssor Wood Dear Sir: Havin had the misfor tune to lose the best portion of my h;iir, from the ef fects cf the yellow fevr, in New Orleans io 1K1, 1 was induced to make a trial cf your preparation, and fonnd it to answer tbe vrv thing needed, lily hair is now thick and glossy, and no words can express my oblirattons to you in givius to the afflicted such a treasure. FINLKV JUIiXSOX. The undersigned. Iter. J. E. Brag?, is a minister in reenlar standi nr. and pastor of the Oortbodox Church ivook field. Mans, lie is a gentleman of ft-reit influ ence and universally beloved. WM. DVKR. KaooKMXLn. January l-i. Professor Wood Drr Sir: Ilarinr made trial of your Hair Restorative, it rives me pleasure to say. its effect has been excellent in removing; in flam motion, dandruff and aeonsiant tendency to itchirc with which I have been troubled from my childhood: has also restored my fcair, which was bee --m ins; ftray, to its oritrinal color. I have used no other arti with anything; like the same pleasure or profit. lours, truly. J. iv. hkahu. The Restorative Is pnt up In battles of 3 sizes, vis; lartre, medium and small; the small a pint, and re for one dollar per bottle; the medinm hohis at least twenty per cent, more in proportion than the small, retails for two lollars per bottle; the la r ire holds quart. 40 per cent, more in proportion, aad retails yj. O. J. WOOD fc CO. Proprietors. 312 Drodway.Xew Tork, (in the treat X. T. Wire Hailing Establishment,) 14 Markat si., St. Louis. Mo. And sold by all jrood DruzxisU and Fancy floods Dealei s. Hay 4, '9-2m. 1858, POPULAR TRADE, ISof. A rood assortment of Cloths, Cassiw.eres, Jeaa Testings, eVc. trices low. KDTTABD K. HOTT CO. pOD LIVER OIL JELLY Queru's UTeruii eny,no Kosnian s toenametoa Z.ITr OU. by tut doiea or single bottle, by r-r 4 B 18.50. ' 1S59.I SrRING & SUMMER TRADE, H. D. Kendall & Co. CLEVELAND, OHIO. A Jib now receiving sprint; and summer tlieir .lock Of 37 i-l ui to which lhey Invite the attention of purchasers. Our stork will be found the LABGK.T in the city. Having-a resident buyer in New York. ve ,re enabled to offer inducemtnls SUPERIOR to any i c.iern iiiuse. DRESS GOODS In great variety, MousJin Dclains, Ciiallies, Rich printed Florid iennea, llobea, in all the newest styles, Plintcd Dalzorenes, Printed Derages, Orirandie, Crillianti it Percald, splendid avortment in fines and Mack, the richest and l.est asorted stock in the West. Robes, Poult tie Soie, Double Skirts, Fancy Poult de Soi, io great variety of styles, Gross tie Rhine, in various styles, Gros D'lpsora, Clack Moire Antique, Paris foularJs, Polka spot Lyons foulard;, Raye & Bayadere Silks, in various qualities. Square nd Ion? Vienna DrocLe Shawls, L'm'u S'elta Shawls, in great v;ir iely of slyles. Silk Vosted Shawls in the latest sty les. Shetland WoM Shawls, Orape Shawls, in plain ftnd red. Broad C'oths, Jsankeen, Silk it Marseillci Veatings, Gracedine Ves'in-J, Summer S uiFs ia Lints & Cotton Fabrics. EMBBOIDEBIES of everv stvl'', f Ilinli Thread and Yalicenr.es EJ'inj, Point and Iloneton Laces. innOTP T?TTnMTOTTTTVTn uorj runiiioniim Th!a Damasks, L'nen Shw-lings & Pillow Linear, Sola agents for the Ct-Iebrafed , CR07R SKm?a, Slj les Sliirts Uonst'intly on hand. DOMESTICS AXD We invite the attention to our stock, all of which wiil be sold at (lie LOWEST CASH PRICES. II. D. KENDALL & CO 24D Superior St , and 1 1 Public Square. .W.rfen. March 31. '19. 3mo. To EJouscIiCepcrs AXD PERSONS GOIXG TO IIOrSKEEPI.VG. FURNITUR 1 bo CARPETS, WM. IIAKT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in All kinds oi Furniture. XO 107 WATER ST. I Jiave row o? hand a l.irjre anl complete assort- mcitt of ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY. BLACK WALNUT, acd CHERRY 2Ea CIIAMBEIt SETS, various stjles, LOUNGES, st all prices; MATTH ASSES, of Hair, Miniila, Excels and Stran; PIANO STOOLS; A!! of which I o;T?r to t'.ir parchis-ia commacit at Prices to sn'A die Time. WM. HART, No. 107 Water St. BECKIYITEI'S L'J ...... OT"1" ww. THE ONLY K3IABLISIIMEST OF fHB KIND IS OHIO r?IYE STORIES 130 FEET LONG, JL devoted exclusively lo the s.'.le of the above. STORY NO 1. Is devote.1 to tbe sale of Oil Cloths Trom 9 fet to 94 foet wiie. aa-i Kopeaud Cauton ll.aiajs, 3 4, 4, 0 4 aad li 4 t ide. STORY NO. 2. Is an immence room, 23 feet high. deTotcd t Two T'r and Three-ply Carpet, ft'iano and Table Corers, Mats, Tal.l- Oil Cloths. Stair Carpets, Stair Rods, Carpet is weepers, ice. ore. STORY" NO. 3, Is deroted to Tapestry, BmsseTs and Tapestry Tel Tt Cctrpet3. Knirs. Boily Brussels Carnets, Lice and Moslin Curtains, Cotton, Worsted and aUn Ihtraasts, Cornices. Curtain Arms aud Bauds, Cords and Tas- stls iold hordertn and erminoo liades. BuJ and hite Hollands, Curt.iin Fixtures, Tulpit tassels tc. STORY NO. 4, . Is dereted to Hemp and Cotton Carprts. Cheap Wool do., DrapceM. Crumb Cloths, Felt Cloths, Car pet Ltnincs, tup Carpets, List aud Yarn Carpets Dutch W oet do&c, A.c. STORY NO. 5, I used as an Tpholstery and sewinT room, for the making; of carpets, fitting Shades and Cornishes, NO. 137 & 189 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND OHIO. CROCKERY & GL1SSWAEE K.7I ''i '7' '-. p ' !w Klcf W 3 r- -st 1 !p: TM k C-J - O,' Ensworth &. Co., 3 IMPORTERS CF ghjia a::d earth; IRE, olisswam:. gas rixTrREs. LAMrs FOB ClIUKCniS s: ITALLS. CUTLERY, LOOKING GLASSES, Plated and Britannia Ware, And a great Tsxietj of HOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLE?. Goods carefully packed and delivered, at tie depot free of charge. F00G, ENS WORT 15 & Co. Corner Fnpcrlorand Seneca St., Cleveland. 3 IS 1 B I I- I i 'it 'ni- 'ia -1 I a v s. nrrrr 1 f of er al-le i II XV ( O O D S ! AT WHOLESALE. S. RAYMOND, & CO., 1 0K SUPERIOR ST.. CLEVELAND, 101 five doors east of the Merchant tsnlc, ARE SOW RECElYIXCt 50 Cases Seasonable Prints; Cds Priatd Lawns; 4'aes lUnhester (Jiiighans; Ctrs Scotch tiDaiH; Caes Mnchesfr leUmes; Cases Challi- UeU;D-: Cases Cotton P.intMvon Matures; Cases Co'.toe Checks; Cases Kt-nturky Jeans: Cse UltracLed bheetiurfs; Cases Colored Drillinf;; C'ases PamsnU. clieai; Cases ruitirrllns, Cass Pms, and flocks and Kye: Cases Deniipsand Biown Jeans; Cases Coat' ej-ool Thread; Cass Assorted iein Tnrtd; Coses Brooks' White and Colored Thread: 1'" Pieces Hlack and Colored Sitk; 50 Pieces Hlack Broadcl"Uis and Casslmeres; 75 Tieci Biack Fp-nch Doeskins; Pieces BUck Mixed Sattnrts; Pi-ees Broa-a and Cadrt Wistfsl dor Pieces Assorted Tisim-res and Jans; Pieces Dotted tf -jris 3Juslin; Pieces White Brilliants, cheup; Pieces White Hoods, in fall Assortment; C o uoseus Ladies Cotton Hosiery; Dozens Ladies' Lisle Olor-.e: M Dozens Ladies Best Kid Givcs; 20) Dozens Suspenders; D Hen I.adiei Lisle Gauntlets; Dnxens iteel kirt Hoops; D Jit, us Black Lace Viaittes; Dj-ens Black Silk Yisittes,and A Imeat ererTthin- in a Jobber's ftock ; to:eth-r witii a large and fall assortment of YANKEE KOTIOXS. Which sre cClt at Wholesale on the most reason&Me terms. J7LS0. 130 Bales tlrown Shetrtincs. with Cotton Batts, Cot toa Yarn, Denims. Ivine. Ticks, ozc, Itoajht before he recent adr&iice. act will be sobl rhear for Cash. by s. KAVMOND dx CO. Clere!anl, March 3 Uh, lrjU Ita. RYDER'S PRsS.lIIVji PIIOTOO RA PIIIC ttnllcry of Art. MERCIIAX'T'S BANK CCILDIXG, CLEVELAND. 0. Thebet Oil rninte! Photozrai.hs in Chio. are exe- cutetl a: this etati.tahni;nt. lVitbH h.ivinffoM Hm-aerreotvTvesof lost or absent friends, which they ariih to )ut inuiore permaueut and rttective shape, ran have them copied in Photujrraph. to tlie size of life, and painted in oi. eual to poruaits from life. Ai.t i.i pmii a, J., paiutj for po other Photographist in this city. AH the rarii3 it; les of small picture taken In a satrif-r maimer. Al:ir. n. c. cr.0i3. CleTc!anl. TII03. 3. SCOTT. St. Louis. L7. S. Lnml Oilicc Asrcucy, AT CLEVELAND, OHIO. GrnJaatiou Lands at 2. 30 and 73 Cents per Acie SS0 Acres cf Good land for 8130,00. Or frl" Acres fir 5250.00. in tbe State of Missouri, in cluding parelsHse tnony and fees, with title direct from UoTerntseat. TT'R are locating dai'j of the Gradaation Lands in 1 r the dlate m-mtiaued. pnd havins; a surrey or ci stantly in our employ, we do not enter one piece of land tai what be Sftfs. surreys and furnishes a minute written description of the same, which 3 warrant as descrihed. Tlie lands hare not liecfiia f-radunteil nwii. ta inf-i;ority, hot owing to the tiice their hare iieen otftrred in market; for much of this lanl is infe rior lo none in the S ate. Persons wishing; ary of these 1 id.Is rili ohtain hter entries by appljio soon, for thy are being1 located" rery fatt. Owi.13 to the (fre-.t demand for these lands. Ih cent tp-aJe of pood fafmins linds are mostly tiken up, but (here are ns pocd farming lands yet remaining in the -3 cent ;jm1e as there are in the tite. We can yet entr the li); cent grade, bat eot of as good inal1ty ffir farming purposes. fl f serfs of li; cent lands for 00,00; or 610 acrrs fur flTti.ftt-. Land Warrants located. Taxes paid for non-resi dents. Collections sca le. Western Lanils eiehn?ed and Titles to Western Lands examined and lits-lur- niihed. 0-;cd reftr-rcf piren. For any further Informa tion connected with tfiealjOTe,pl'.asc C3.'l and get one ot unr circalars. or aldress II. C. CK9P3 A Co.. No. 5 noCtpan's B!oek, opposite the P. O.. P. 0. Sox (ur.!, 'j.-4in.) ClcreUnd, O. INTERESTING TO FARMERS P BALL'S Oi-'IO MOWER is nc A. J laid on th- "helf; neither is it to be superced ed l.y mtkrr markim entirely. The In Ten tor and Pa'entee rf this machine, having disposed of his in terest in the l;ite firm of Ball. Anltman & Co , has trecttfI a lare and etensire establishment of his own in this city, where he is extensively enaed in man ni'elurin;; fvr the comin? hnrrest, this valaaMe Hr rC3t?r. 'i he machine as it is now heinc; built, is jr.t np in quite a dilTerent style from marhines of the same kind, heretofore sold; matcios it to run much lighter for the u-am, as well as to be more easily tranairiit by the operator. It has also one of the nest IWpicir At tachments in the wrld. Nov the facts are simply these; if yon want to jet, this season, either a single mower, or mower and reaper comnined. and want one euiVraeing the new improremfnta, yon had better not contract for a machine, umtil gee what this ()M Oi Mower like . I hare appointed Wil li un B. Spicer, ef Klisworth, !attnin Couuty, as my general A rent for th Western Keserre, excepting one or two counties in th west part of it. and Coium tiana Courty. Mr. Spicer is a practical farmer, aad ald a gentleman . n whose statements the mo!t implie it eonfi'ieneo can be pNced. Those wihinr to pro cure one of these machines, and who reside within the oonndsof his Territory, can a pp. 7 to him directly, asd be no douht wi)He pleaded to gire any further inTor- : ttsatioo that my he desired. . BALL. Canton. April. Hth. I !..-3ra YOUTH." AN D A 1 A X 1 100 IT v wit st r rBr.T5TTED, tne s-tn Tnonsancl, ! and mailM in a sealed enTelope, to an aauress, post patJt on receipt of three stamps. A MEDICAL F?PA V OX THE PHYSICAL EXiIr3 TIy AND UKCAY OV THE FKAliG, CAl-KI BY 1 ELK ABt'SK, IVFHCTION, AXO Til S IV Jl'RIOl'S CONE(H'KNCKd OF MKRCTRY. R. J.CL"LVEHWEM.,M 1).. !EMBEli Os Tii K0X ALCoLLtGi. OF fcc, J'J 3permatorrUcea, or Seminal Emissions. Xer- roaa Debility I1r.p0tency.L0ss of Knerjry. Oeprrsion I spiritJ. i.miu.ty, i:s-iises or the ttejcu.U Organs. aud impediment to 31arri;ie jr-rienJly, are promptly und el.ectul!y cured l-y the Author's norel tnd most succ ssfal cij le of treatment. y means of which the Invalid cm regain riittne health wimct ha v in 1: re course to dan;ern and expensive medicines. rom tl.e London Lancet. The best treatise erer written on a suUject of r.ttl importance to all, well worthy the Author's exalted r?pc;ation.' Aduressthe PuMish.rs: C. J. C. Kmw v Co., ft A venae, cor. 13-.U Street, Pest Box New York Ci ty. Alsrch 3d '-3mos is ASTER'S SALEof REAL ESTATE StcLMns A Margin C.S.PorUr, -!. J Pcrsnant to a pitt'i' order cf sale, Lsa?d ont of th Ci:art of Cora una lles. to me directed and deliv ered, I sh-Il expose to public sale to tha highest bid der, at the dour of the Court Iloase in Warren in said Couaty, on Satlrday tiik 1th dt or Jt xz sist, be tween the hours of I M. and 4 I. M of aiu Cay. th; fullowinz decrihed Bcai Kstat?. to wit ; Ome mnUici ltd haij of a certain tract or lnt of Had in Warren in said bounty ol Irumbull, known by be ing p-irt of vi::ae lot namhers hncen and sixteen in th-a TiMa-T3 of Warren, bone Jed North on Market Street; taat on land owned by Samuel Cheney, anl now occupied by L. J. IdJins; couth by the south line of said lots. and n the West by lands of the late James L. Van border, be'int a'; out one hundred feet vide, more or less, on Market Street. S.i.d undivided half of faid preuUes 1$ appraised at K:eh:y-flve Dollars per foct of front on Market Street To bs soii as the lauds of Ciurle3 S. forter. pursnact to tne decree aii J oraergl sale in tUearoT0 entitiea cause. J. D. COX. Master Cammissiooer. Waitcd, Arr'I lr-;9. Kxy 4-sic-. f EGAL NOTICE. -Li Julian IT arrant. . Ex'r. and") I? a h D. Harmon. x'rx. oi ritosats Cocxt John B Harmon, dec'd V vs. I Petition to sell land Edward D. Ilarxon, ct. cl. j To Edward 1. Harmon, and Rohrrt M. Morrcllr yon are hereby notified that ou the i:Ji day uf April. Ift.VJ, said Kxecutor acd Executrix tiled their petition In the Probate Court of Trum.ull County, Ohio; the ohject and prayer of which petition is to obtain an order on the 1st day of June. IsjO. fur the sale of the following Real Estate, t wit: Situate in the Village Plat of Warren, Trncibnll County, Ohi-j, and is bounded on the East by lands owned by G-o. Parsons, Geo. )i. Tuttle. and the tapirs of Jacob Perkins; on the Res. by lands owned by Adam tit phart. Robert Al. Morrell aad lauds held by 3i;ry llarmcn as Trustee; on the Sooth by Mahoning Krcet, and said lot is interject ed by Washtneton Avenca. and contains about six acres of land. Said Petition wit! he hMrd or? the 1st day e Jane. If5if. Jl IdAfl UAK.'llJS, EiT., 8AKAII D- HAUilyN, Ex'trx., of Jnr.x B. Uakwox, deceased Warren. Ohio, May 4. lwM-4w. SHERIFF'S SALE. Frederick tV. Seymour.! v. In Tnunhnll Com. Fleas TTolcemh St White. J By virtue of an alias order of snh, Issced out of the Court of Common Fleas of Trumbull County, Ohio, to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon acl shall expose to poMio sale, at the door of the Court House in V arren, Trumbull County, on HatQTday, the 28th day of Kay, 1859, betwen the hours of 10 oVlock A. 31 and 4 P M..the Uowinr described Real Kstae: Onw nndivideti half a Steam Saw Mill, with ail of the machinery, and fixtures thereunto belonging. Aiso. a house and barn, together with the lot ua which the above buildings stand. The above property Is situate en Qoinby TT i 11 In Warren township, and is known as saw mill let. pnr ch;tsed of Samuel Oninby for that purpose. For furth description, see ntoael 'iuin'nj's map of West War ren. Appraised at jiw0. Terms Cash A. D. LYMAy, SheniT. Sheriff's OCice. TTarren. April T, ms-5w. I2iat to tho$c Interested. C L. FREEMAN, having sold his steel- KJ of U&rJvare to Mr. R H. Biaifcx. reooests those koowtnir themselres ind?htl to him by Note or biek Arroanu to call snd settle immeiiateljr at the oil stand delay is out of lae question. S. L. FEEE3IAX. Warrin. Feb. S9.I.J59-tf WaiSI Psipcr! lVall Paper!! Onnn ROLLS just reef i?ed direct fiom tCJJJ the Slsnufaeturers. New Patterns and nev rtjles. All ara reqaeiOed to call aad examina onr stock. Also, a .ery larre assortment ef BORPKRIN'O. rait for all (inaiities of paper, aad at r-rices 10 snt the limes. i'Oi.ItH As SON. Feb. S3.'.. Igj9. YrARlIS FOR SALE 6r"RENT. 'i'.nset ditto: Oet in the rigit lox, by M LAIS. xV A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CO.TlTlTIO-. , t sn Amni!ment lo the Constltntion, pr- for AnnasI Stsaiuns oi ia. oeiMrrs aw Refltei. . the Gencrat JlstemHf '" Okie. Ihrre-nfiss oi tae mtm"m rnniat therein, tbmt It l.e nil 1- b-reb, proposed to the electors of th Ste to Tote t tlx d-xi diqI O. Uber Stsla rleetion. upon the spprossl or rejwti.n of" the rol!owingnieii'lnent s sui.stitute for tbe Brss e- me f tbe t.enty-nfln seetion of the seeond rr.e! eMlicConstitotiono'tUisSwt. to. it: -Alt re(iUr ,irs of ttM Oenrral Assi'y sh.ll couatoac. u tu. am Monda, in yTi'.' 0OM. fresideut of the 8ensjte. April 5, ItiO. 8ECRETABV Ot FTATK'8 OrTTrB.I Cnirsnu, O . April 7. i I hereby eertifj thit tbe hrejoing Joint Kesnlntion. Cleveland & Llahoaiag Railroad f-l If sTT J f a - -; TIJIK TABLE XO. lj- To tiik eBV-et on and sv(Vr FvUnorj- If, l.r59. .OIK. WIST. Yoanxstowa (. t'levelMd- Clereland te Yo.ngstown. iiil Kxp.i AM. I M IRAINa HiTI CleYcland. Newbur-h. Flank Rosd. iuita. Aarora. Mactafc. Osrrettsilie. K'twihaui. BrseTilie. Leritubcrgh. Warr-n. Niles. Girmrd. Brier Hill. Tounstos-n. Exp. Mail I SI P M 6:3! 4:1 !): : lll:-J5 tvi S is I :47 i:l i ' 9: 4:- :. 3:J) I e:37 3:i, I S ! 9:i M:(0 S:S3 -:4 ! 1 7-!7 7! s:4l! 7:f- eSittS, P:-2tf 5:3i; 9::H", B:Ji n:.Vi 6.3i Hiri-1 :V! KM I. .-' 1:S7: 7:i'- P M. Il.-St 7:HI. H:4i 7:54i J:5I ?: 1:WI f:IU. 7.1 7:f.( 6:4' 1 34 l.l- MO MAKI.NU CUNXECIiOMri. At CleTelnr.l with Clerelr.nd Id:-io, Cljrelsn J. Co lamhns si Cincinnati. CleTelmJ &. Eie.aua Ciere land A; Pittshor-h Rail Koails. it Solon, with Hacks to Chs.srin Falls, Ac. Mantna with Harks for Rurenna. " Bracerille with Hacks for Xe.too Falls, i e "Warren with Hacks to Sharon, Orueu.l JSeid. eille, Bioomficld.CanBeM, Tonnpstown. with Stares to New Cartle, tow.n. Poland and Enon Valley, and tbtnee oj P. ru W. A: fl. bail Road to Pittsburgh. Ftbji;. CIIAS. L. T.llCVES. Snpt. WA R n E N B 0 0 iC 15 1 N !ER ! 1 ND BOX FACTORY REMOVED V To one door north of Mt,Quiatoa Grocer , BOOK PIXPIXt? done on hort notice nd in fcOd stvle, ai reaon-ble prices. BianV pnrii half urdfuU : hand, or eiie to orJer. IPAl'ISa such as Band bbzes, llt boxes. Ctnib eitrs. .-c . pot cp in pr. d stie. buuii4.ry kept on hand fur sale. Paper llangin tor sale, ard f raierin; done in nowl style. Prrsoas kavin; ruoUsj to pap?r trill please givi me a call. S 6IEIXACHER. Y.-rren, sytA 0, lg.'.O. EM PI HE CLOTHLNG AND HAT STORE. L NICHOLS, Las jus reeeived tlie largest and test selected stock f Cl'thit.r, Furnish in(p and Piece Goods, ever brought to tiiia nax ki't. consistinfr in part of the follnwiu?: Overcuats, 3asiness. Frock and Dress Caais. Pants. Vsts. Sirt Undershirts. Suspenders. Handkerchiefs. Mata Ax Cars of evrry styie and variety. Our piece Roods are of the best grades and latest styles. By way of showiif what can be done, I will sell suits at ihu foiiaxiti price: Overcoat, frock ot. pants, vest and hat, all wood substantial warm clothinr, for $9.bU. I would jnst say to .hoe th tt want Clothing' made to order, that I hare secured ti:e services of CAPT JAMES RICLIAKD.3, ho as a mechanic in his line, haa co superior on th Reserve, he having been at the head of one rt t fe mt fashionable Merchant Tailor shops ia Troy. N.i. Cutting the first tinr in ord-r, and warranted u nt. N. U. I am also agent for J. B. dc K. U Walker's Factory Goods, such as Fulled Cloth. -ti net, Tw-f. Flannel, heavy sheets, stocking yarn, Jt?. oct6 June Appointment. DR. II. TUUBS will be ia attendance as follows: WasKist, National Hotel, Patunlsy, JNne 4:h Bavicn a, Prentiss House. Tuesday, May 3lsL AtHTABFL. AshUboU liousc, Tuesday, June Tth. For C ' t in ufo mil ditoasis (As Tkrmut Lmngs, Heart, Lictr, Stomach, Bouels, Kidaeifs and Spleen, JlUo, Dropsy. Grtteel, JtMtwmmfis m A'erromsmc, JJebiiitw, Dpepi4. istseas , J9?me and feeer, Fl, Impmrttio of the F.ruptian, Ccrs, V Iters t and all uther v trict es of lur. standing couplainu, boUl xurnai and In ternal. For some ta years. Dr. Ttrsis has devoted hs ptfre time to Chronic Diseases, treating thoasands anna My, masy of whom had exhansteU every other resources within reach. I no ca;k ari Mijikkal ok otavs. PoiSOXS SMI LOT ID, KOR DOSS RE SAKK SUI TO WELL. OK TSA DOWN TO BL ILD I T AOAIB. The Be.'.- cines can be taken with safety by tne most delicate and patients may remain at home, an4 eontinae, witn. prudence, their ordinary diet and exercise. Aiaxy bare recovered under the treatment after mends ax4 physicians have bad ttiven up ll hope, the indisputa ble evidences of which can always be furnish!. Invalids, however reduced or despairinr, arw iuviud to call, and may be assured that no encouragement wiil be s;iven or expense incurred, n iJiuatacuresp vi.di: prosiect of recc very The Trr5r of the fonowfny has been for two years Jnstice of the Peace in Fremont, ard is well known to tne cttisens generally. ERONCUITI3 IT3 W0R37 STAIRS CCRKD. Mr. W. still resides in East CUvelual, is in v. porous heaLh, and a living witness oi Uic etiiwucuce of Uie curs. Da. Trass. S!r: When I first fiamwJ yonr treatment, a lew months since, I wrts wrh deHl":ed, acd iuiTrin from severe pain in the io, sbortnes uf breath, weakness in the small M u Hai-a. btftitt sweats, rvstleasuvss, cucirhins; atd XscUtii4 pu us-)y, ofw;n raislDS? a pint of wUUih sui sunc iu & sin;!e mwrnin-r, took cold frei.ipt'y, and a srvnet acil ir.tUmation of the thro.tt vf two year stindintr seamed increasing and extending down npon lite Uis At times 1 became so J.iy as to fil, ULiMUir so 0.4 oiiject of support. By ue of yt.ur med.cme I was en tirely relieved, and am now as wtdl anc as stror? evv-r before in my lire ; and cm at wcrk hrorn ail kiuks of weather. and though sometianea wet, neither con-h nor soreness of throat have tr .a,it.i lc J.e leas;. Yours, respectfully, JAiii.i 3. WEf.CE. Est CleTSland, Dm. 25, 1?30 apr 13. It (!i 'Tall CricL," Warrcs, Chio, HAS on band a larjre and nrnp!' assortment of IIAiO'YAF.E IUJX, tar tLe Winter and S piinj troUe, consisting of IMS F0a WAGOMS. SPRI A sXr.153. IKON FOR BLUiiY. BOfcJ HAt. IKOX FOR DKAliTEETII. BOL IS 9i I Tt 4. IKl-i FOKHOKSESilKK. SPAPF3 IIOVJlLS, 1R0X FOKKVKKVT1HSU, PAINT? OII., fl 'jAR lKfK BRACr:. 8ASU x'KS. C'AKKIA'iK TRIMMINGS, S Rn.DH.3 IKuN, -V.rciiANtcs toon. nukwav .nail rods, BLLTiS'i tc. PACKi-NO. WINDOW Gl;a,A.J. 9finn 2 3 II00P PAIL3, .or aJe vyv.v loo- bj the qnnti ' qn.ntitr. 1 1. If.!l. AiiKES TACSAKD. 1G59. POPULAR TRADK. 1X5. AXS II ELVES, BROOiTS, MOP A V II IMDLE3, TTAII BlAnD5. IICUP3 assorted. S:oce famyi and triiu Pipe; -miUi'sNeeJU'S,'r tttt in America. J. & P. COATE'S TU2EAD3, Wlite and Colored. liKOOK'S ULAICK -Bailer, Cecil . Ka.son's Black Patent Thread, OikTilie Cnmpan, best Auwr.c in Ptna. SoliI Iiead, NeeUle Pointed tn n do iiu ri 4o ri5l?L?'- F.BWARO . iiUi . Si CO. Popular Trade, Tc!! 17th. ZEPHYR WORSTEDS. DRAB MOREENS, 50 PIECE3 C0CTtX PE1ST3.1 1 17cw Styles 3 - AUAMA.VrU 11 " JMiLMSLi Rec'd this day. EDWARD E. HOTT 4 CO. II. W. II0LL0yAY, -r era ft era j - d j j is CJTict over t'.e ytv IVi Store, Ztarirt St., ar.S:!. WARliKN", O. LIQUORS Best Brandj, Old Jmi ea R im, St. Croix Rnn. Pure bin. Port. .Wader L Malaza, Chsraa.neauU Ciiirct B in.-s. by u:e Ck, Gallon or Bottle, by VOODe ss PK DICKENS' LITTLE FOLKS E00K3 The Lucy Library, 12 vols. Ihe Youth's Coidnet, w vols. The Classical Miniature Ul rary, Vacation story Books. H vois Lthrary of German Stories, with plates jrir.ttM i oil colors, the most elegant books for tn iliiday s ever published, at A CAM 5 iioOikJi.Oiaj. Warranted Pore and Unadalterated. and to SAVE PICKLES FOR YEARS. The same that I bare sold to a majority of the Pitts burgh (irocers for twelve years paai and wliieh aaa token THREE FIRST PREMIUMS, at Tenna State Faira, I am now offering to the toon try trade at GREATLY REDUCED TRICES, PLKA3I ORDER MRECT. Tenas Cash. A. BALL0U, 1!0. UTatcr Street, between SmiihteU anl Grant, PiT-rsscaeu. Ort. 0m. IS08. POPV1AK Wool Delaines, Mrrin.s, -Vcbeges. for 19 i( ,ta. Prinu. for 6 ,'4 cts.. YaWntiaa, TRADE. 1838 Fancr Delaines, Cottars; s. Ginghasss.for 12 H cts. Alpacras. Brki!k44to3Sin.wide. Fane do do fores ttti of RIBBONS. CuLLAKS. GLOVE. IiOilXSY. kC. aDWASJJ boX I. . CO. PRO Betuivet" I Titlinc 1 scmulx- "rel.tive It an Amendment s we vnsuiunw m proridiiis: for An.o:tl Jjesfcions of the General f Assem'-lj." is true Cep7 froos the orijlUill roll I on file ia this t-iuce. w A. ?- RC5SELL.