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Wtsittq csbe Ghtooieie .-, . . I HPfiejB t iDASS, friprictort. I TERMS Owe noirnrnnd FiAy t ents, ia ; f! '.Tt W h. mot lApcrtiMmtiKBMtHvHsrrnnv an paid J 6w ev-eept at the avium ott tsst iwWishers. ' BATE? TT A.DVKKTISINQ rausnre,lwe4eina..r tcae-Srst lAtarUon - . SMCa J1lTl iaSwrUOB.-... - 4 .ne year. N SB..BI BB, htcnWhl.WiM.tM.w' J BIX Bl.UtbS-.-... - ..... tct ywr. "- wow-fosmh a( Mlu,tlim ssroBtaa- . da six de .- UwWmtlitxiiti ieiserse. at swaaonaWe rate. AodrwawCarts Inaertw. forta. year, at l,Otl per time, jr Aevwrtaaemetits shooM he mktd h a amber f taasses t.e tsBea, -"" " " CT wntll Men stt.and elprtft rates. JjyCeawal ads srtieesaetue a b paid for sraea hand ?s mi ! is oo ; a no is oc o mo JOB PTUNTIXO. Baryta g a snpesJe imant f Je PrtaiiBg soar e-ial. we are prepared ta execute ia the West maaaer.al Salads ef plain aud faacy Boa aa4 J a Prhitir;g, SHdreaa Cards, . easiness Card, Tank Cheeks, ilia af Lad isnr.-- stall Tic eta. fclaake.ail tiada, HandaUle. Cksrtincatss. Labels, Check Boeki, Manifests, Coiwi Printing, -ols. Bnsfcs. PrearramoJes. Fane Books. aVeeeipta, Shear Bills, etc. Ia fact every thing-done ia the saane ef Printing rices (hat eannotTsil tavauit,sxaS wita the greatest dli watch. Wa keep constantly ea hand a gwod aasortmen' oaf Card aad Bse Stationer, Vrosa which those ia want at PriaUat-caa sorest ml Coast breW Blanks, MBKANTn. lOET0AS 4k QUIT CLAIM DBIDS acaaoaa, ax seen ens, srsreaas, anc Constantly an hand and for sal.. Home Intelligence. Justices of the Peace. Below we jive the names of the Justices of the Peace, of Trumbull County, with the time of the expiration of office. mmttttm-tO.. D Freer, October 15, 1861 . Jrmoa J. Lawrence, Oct IS 16C3. iBUemfiddVim. H. Howe, Dee.?), lr-61, Aloozo M Uickoz. Aril 35. ib2. JtrBcrville A. A. Preston. April 12. 1661, . Agustua Elarell. Oct. 18, 1863. iBridal Samuel Faasler, Oct. 18. Ib63, ITm. Sager, iBrmkfiild- Daniel Hall. Oct. 30. IS62. Jeeae Hoaelaod, Apr. 6, 163. CL-mpin Simon Boersiler, Apr. 12. 1861, ' James Richarilann, Apr 6,1863. 'Toniunyfoa Anderson Dana. Apr. 12, I 6 1 . J.ei h H. Wle.Kt. Ai r 6, 1S63, Fawrr Curlta Hall. A;t J5.1-62. - Wm CraMley, '-ct 2H. 1-62. 'Crerae L. 8 Ball. A. 12. Uttl, Strarait Hee. Oct 15, Ir6l 'Csstno- Wanvai Young. Apr. 12. 1?61, Bu. I Barn.. Apr 15 !iG2 Hartj'ordK S. G.wi:tT. Apr 15. 1862. Joel Miner. A-. 6, IffiJ. Ju'iua Hm:ii.Ty JtntUuJ Iaa.ieSot. A,r 15 lcf2. A va A Drvke. Oct. 2 iTaUara-OHi HaK-T. A r 12. I-1 ' Wm Mat' era. Apr 15. I(f62 -Janmtoas Theinaa Oiluuxv. Oct 2 J, lcG2, Bohett OtM. Ar. 6 lefii. &iuxmimm A tia a Fulira. Apr. 12. 1861, J.oS Allen, Oct. 18. 1-6:1. Liberty rMert J Price Apr. U, 1863 . Jamea B MeClellnJ. Jjtrdiimcn Jacori Han-hmiQ Apr. 12, 1361, H. tr Oihnrn, Apr 15. 1862. Secern Jonulhan Siiiilh. Ar 21, r862. Samuj l jL. Davidson, Nut 12, 1G2. XewpiUmuiB.n K. A!arll Oct. 1. lbC3. Wm. H. Smith. " .A'rirtoa U D K.l'vif. Apr 12, 1FGI, W'ib. I',ter Oct. 15. li-62, oai:a Laurea W.lti.y Ap r. 6. If 63. Wm B McCunneli Oct IS. 1863. Vermmn E Imo.id A. fided, Oct. 2 1, 16S3. G K. Pellon. - " " 5-a trrv fruei lell. Air 12. 1SC1. Homer M. Leet Oct 20. 162 1Trrr Jedediah Fitch, Oct 15 1861. J. &TB. Palm. Jaa 4, lb3. . Tlitamta Cniir. Nov. 30.-163. 5Ta4erfirU-J. W Stewart, Apt. 12, 1F61. . . Zachariah Kerr. June 2. 1663 'oelaaaof public officials obtain sucli an in i!it intn the aecrets of Uie family relation an J reu!iariues of mind aad dispuaitiua of the irer lalxartng peupU aa justieea of Uie peace. All the petit quxnvls and iiffieulti. lie-wen neitiiiTa and lueiuiieraol the lauiily are imiiie- in Feb. and ma ble, sired and eral the to esary The the late -.. A has the scourge iiately brought liel'nre the 'Squire tor settlement. Sims, that feels Uiat be is called tera. I family and if be be a man upon to do aumt-thing more disinterested than anerelv to eullt hia teea. he mac hv a few wa-ds of vise eounsel. renew the tiea ut friend- I oal shi, save the poor from beeominc poorer by ndir l.ugauon, and the aad results which. I a a ,.r.-a a". . 1 1 I l: a". J l wmn-s. Mora freooentlff. however. I... inter- Phu fereaeefor peace comes to naught, and tlien let iiim deal wisely and justly Cbaa. Herald. I 9th The cfSoa of Justice of the Peace is of ao J decided mall importanc ' Cases, of complexity, come I remain before Justices, such as requires high dgreeof filed .good common sense, tlie tact of practical life. I together with some law, lobe justly decided. The greater part, of eivU cases, are such as re- quire a high degree of good common sense, I nursed. unshackled by tecjinicalities, to decide wheth r, 'upon the .'whole,' 'takes all in. all,' the in dividual case in band comes within the province of the specific law. "Superior eourta have never required techni eality at the hands of Justices of the Peace, and were they to attempt it, the thing would be found impracticable. Those officers are not, ia general, professional men, who are familiar with legal technicalities and subtle niceties; end the rmblie welfare does not 'require that they should attempt to live op to nice rules, which, in the eourta, would subserve no grea t good, and in which they are not supposed to be well versed." The earl of Strafford, who died so nobly, while on tlie scaffold; bade bis brother, to take this among otiwer messages to hia eldest son; - Wish tin 1o wiosrtent himself to be a servant to bis country, as a justice ol tlie pe-cr in bis county. not aiming at higher preferment.' George Wash ington, mller having aided in forming a great Commonwealth, ana a fter baring been twice its chief magistrate, was a justice of the peace in bis county; so !s- was Jo!ia Alanuaad .ether ex presidents. The irwtitanonal self gov-mmcnt of our country would be liuie mure than oil fljatiog on the surface of the water, did it consist only in Congress aad the State Legislature. Have notour form of subordinate govern meut, of -county and township, of grand and petit jury, jus tice of the peace etc. as much to do aa Congress , aa Buecung uie real ana mafenot interests of j Different our country; In Trumbull eounty we have fifty two justi ces of tlie peaee, and in Ohio twenty -seven hun dced and twenty -nine. What an armv of Jus tices? 3 It is of bigb importance that we have one gaod chief putia of the V. S Court at Washing ton, but it ia not of more eonaequence to the real intavsu o( our Siate that we have twenty aev eonundred good justice in OhioT . their At aged IS, that tlie venient a son after and It of the tlie he a died breath. two, I think my tion, this youngest, ed to the teod no no form, it. Oil The for the Dairy Products. Mxssas. Etrroas:As the Wneas-af Dairy ing has been my principal hobby for a few years past. I always feel gratified in hearing of tie success of my brother dairyman, and baring noticed a statement ia the Clironicle of Uie good success of twa genttemea inthe town ship of Kelson, I eel inclined to add my small mite to the list. .This is the result of the past season. Cows, -Cheese sold, T4601U. Am'tree'd Butter " 4201bs. " 17 Deacon Skins, Whey fed to Hogs, 20. $621 42. 60 71. 12 75. 6 00. Whole araila of Cows, - . - ' J 700 89. Giving a profit of $35, per Cow. I will only add that if any of my brother dairyman fcUoaU be able to figure above me, I will them ' steam a doxca are sue, W. years At Township, the at the 22 Jay electing DAVID R BARTLETT. GREENSBURG, Trumbull, Co., O. Deaths in Warren, in 1880. f the number of deaths published ia the Chronicle, during the 1S60, ten were within tbe village at Warrea; amt f the Tillage and ! ,n.1! flm twrn all irr. -four- L.1.1 tk. leeid.- ... - l w. .w w. bvwal-f r i I the publican hip, fourteen. E. Relief for Kansas. r Dr- saei Ayer f KnsM- this vicinity, for a short time, and address- ed the people of the town relative to the sufferings of the people of Kansas, at the jjcthodjst church on Sunday morning and at the rrtsbytcrian CDurcn in tne evening Dr. A., was formerly a resident of this ooanty, for a short time, of this town, and is well known a man of high character. He also brings certificates from the author- ities in Kansas, showing that authorited age tit he is duly It is to be hoped that the people, here, will respond liberally to the call of the Kansas Committee, for there is' no doubt of the truth of the reports of the suffering of the settlers, and it greatly to be feared that the worst is not yet reached. The action taken by the meetings and also the report of the committee appointed for the purpose, are giren below. At the Presbyterian Church in Warren, on Saturday evening, Feb. '3d, 1661,- Dr. Ayrra. formerly of BriaM.thiscwnHy, bnt now of Kan sas. delivered a lee) ure in vtich h gave a cue eient acconnt of the destitution, suffering, an almost starvation of the people ol Kansas, and called upon those present to take some efficient action for their relief. WbereOxn on motion of Hon. E. Spear, the Rer. Wm. C Clark was appointed Chairman, and T. E. Webb, Secrete On motion, Kenlved, that this meeting appoint a commit consisting of (even gentlemen residing in warren, who shall aetaaa central committee t organize Uie several townships of the county for Uie purpose or soliciting aid tor the suff-rera Kansas, and take charge of and forward the donations which shall be made fir that purpose. The tallowing named gentlemen were then appointed said committee, t:z: Hons. Edward Sjiear, F Kinsman and Samuel Quinby. A D Webb. Harmon Austin, Benjamin Stevens an J Geo. Tayler, Eqr. Rev. W. C. Clatk then pronounced the bene' diction and the meeting adjourned. Wm. C. CLARK, Chairman. T.F. WEBB. Sec. The Kansas Relief. Central Commiee of Trumbull C'nniy, met on M. nday evening, 4th. 1861. at the Clerk's office in Warren. ornize-l by el-enng Hon E larar.l Scar Chairman, George ''aylor. Treasurer, an 1 A D Webb Secretary, and after listening to some re- ks from Dr. Ayres. as to the uit pmctica and efficient mode of actvuipliehingihe ie object, namely; the relief, of the suffering starring inhabitants of Kansas, and a gen discussion of the su .j -ct ly the m-ni'xri ol committee, on motion of Hun. F Kinsman. Resolved, that the Treasurer and Secretary be authorized to procure a sufficient number of su)criplinn blanks, and a circular or address the citizens of the coantv, to supply each ows'hip with as mine copies as nmy be uee- to thoroughly cmvass each township. circular to set forth a correct statement of actual condition of tlie people of Kinsas. the nee.ssiiy of immediate action on tlie part of the different States, in order t prevent actual star vation, and r qti' stmg the township of tun county t orgtnize., apwint committees, eneu- infofn iti in an 1 o't'.ti i l i ia ious, and forward to the central eommillee Ac. 3o-.v ii-nmiU fui and t. ,i. ...:...- .1; .. . I j - 1 a... .1 ti . . rt . Hn EDWARD SPEAR, Chairman. A.D. WEBB, Sec. A Melancholy Record. The family of Mr. Harry Briater of Vienna, ezliibited a must tuelancliuly rzami-l of fatal ravages of diphtheria, that terrible wliicli has visiteil ua. Nov. 1st. 1SG ), lliey -re a family of ten for- the parents, a n. I aj- son. and four (laugh - heallliv and aa i.rumiainir far life aa anv in oar community. Sow they tiainir uiree.ine rutrenia an.i i.ne 0tui;iiirr 1 Heir respective ages and deaths were as follows Harrison, aired 20 years died N..v. 5th. Ado! " n 5-i";J NuT- ,5l,, Har,uon L ,n 'ti year, .lied Nov. 2JJ, Ltu Inex, in her year, died Nov. 2iih. At'Uiis date it was that it was not safe for the family to in the house they were occupying, so with disease, and not very convenient or comfortable. A neigh bor, Mr. Able Tuesdell, generously offered to receive the two eldest daughters, then unwell, into his house to be The two other children, a son and a daughter, were still in health, sod taken in by friends. But the work of death was not yet finished. the house of Mr. Tuesdell, Mary Catharine, 16 years, died Dee. 1st, and Adeline, aged died Dee. 3d. It was then fondly hoped the plague was stayed. The remnants of family were gathered again in a more con and comfortable home, the parents, with and daughter, hoping to be spared. But about a month the fatal malady seized the remaining son, Arthur Clifton, in his 3d year, be died Jan. 6th 1861. '. was my sad office to be present at the death eldest, and a more dreadful struggle with physical sufferings of mortality I never wit nessed. In bis tull strength, laboring to breath rose to his feet, supported by his father and neighbor, and pressed to the door, and there on his feet, struggling in vain for another I was present at the funeral of all but who were buried while I was oc'. ol town. I ean safely say, it has never fill- n to lot to minister to a family in deeper afflic or -of a more tender family affection th an truly bereaved lamily. At the death of the the only remaining son. nature yield the weight, and the fin rents fainted under stroke. None of the family were able to at -the funeral. Italioald be sai.' tint in this ease there was want of medical counsel or attendance. hysicians were employed, but all of avail. The disease assumed a malignant and baified all attempts to subdue or con trol X. B. Vienna, Feb. 4tb, 1861. of tnrra & and to "Well Machuiery. Mesrs. Darlings, of this place, are giv ing their whole attention to the manufactur ing and repnL-ing of mschia erj-, drills. Ac., UeeeH)il Wells, and such is the de for this species of work, that their whole is taxed to supply it. They have set a engine in operation in their shop, pur chased other machinery, and keep about half hands constantly employed. As they capital machinist! ami prompt business they will give satisfaction. v anility the .ale want g should great roods, toseil find yet X lot ear. the me wnicu ed I. o-.-o'.i.s lae vol: Itame ate.; ron Itlt f.st Paper Piaian: aoy A da ta ssay rasrrs; Mainard stands: vCi at Balla; oai Lilly Tribune Almanac for 1861. X. Porter has this indispensable politi cal guide book, for 13CI. Every man over 18 t-U, should have one. -S--A evar Machines Warren Post Office. entitled to a vote at the election aore wtt1.,n a meeting of Republicans of War held Jan 12th. 161. it was . Resolved, That we consider it expedient far Republicans of Warren to hold an election usual place of holding eleetious, on the of February. 1661 for the pnrpose of a member of our party to receive the of Post Master for the town of ' -' - said election be opened at 9 o'clock A. close at 4 o'clock P.M. The same U by James Hoyt and Chas. Mes as Judges and Walter li. King as Clerk, expenses of said election be paid by successful candidate. That all legal Re voters in the I ownslup of n arren may eiety. 'PHE A at well froau. Alc . eeairatde T.J. McLAIN, Chairman, E. SPEAR, Jr, Sec. SEVEOEARS! TbeteTen inri of nnrf railed taetest &uenl!ng the OMinopnlitiin Art '4ittorfAtfon," m1 it a household word tkroaghont ererj (,arter of th CttnUy, - - -ITtver ihmato?. .f thU ftopalmr tntitation. over tkrte knrd tkmmnd Imui have lerofl ta mp prreiats y bPauuiittl work of art on their rail. atMihotre litrraiorr on their tank, tlie great bene- Dts aerired tmm itfcominf a anBcriier. lahcriMion are now heirr re-eire4 ia a ratio on- ral,eiel van that or anr iir.io rur. TERMS OF STJBSCEIFTION. a ppron oaa heeoane a netaber b flahacribtBg a'7re. far whiea turn they will receive An irnr 0'imr. rr wBiea mbi they will receive !. T;i Wri-- wprb ueel eDfrravinf . 30 X 3H inches, entitled. n I "MSFlfflSfESIISlIESIIIS. d One ;opy, one jrear. of that eleg-antlr Hlnstra- tea DMg4Sine, - "The Cosmopolitan Art JonraalV 3d. Fonr a'lmistioDt, darinit the teaeoa. ta 4'Thk Gi LKtTor PamTiHaf.M11 Bkmabwat.N.T. Ij addition to the above neflt. thre will be giv en to aa i acriberi, as gratuitoo )rea3iums. over Fire Hundred Brauliful Works of Art t eomprising valoahlA paintings, marbles, ftainaas. omiiaes. Ste . torminff a trnty ntMaal bsnrot Xm vrttn IfaoKAViKt, which every satitcrier wit I receive estuied, FaLTrr MCstckimo ai Rk c aciTS.' is o-e of ih- mast beaU ol and i oiaiar en gravings rver isurd in this eoaay. It is lono 01 teel. in fas ia oast atiaplt. and is printed on hea w flaie paper 3 3- inches, making aarost choice ornament. smtalMe for ice walls of either the lihrary. i-arlor cr olfico Its saHject is the celebrated scene of Sir John Fain all receiving, in Jaatice Shaikws office, the recniiu winch have bee rathered for bis -ragged regira-nt it could not be form .bed hy the trail e for lss tbaa Ave dot ars The Jtrt Journal is too well known to the whole Conn try to need comiaeniiatioo. It is a magnificently ii!tttr4t4l mgaauieai Art.contaluing C3styj stories, loems.Oo4sip.oVe.,by the very best writers in Amerira. The Engraving is sent to any part of the country by ail. with aaferv. beinar navekatd in a avlinaisr. unai aire prepaid. Sabscriptions will erecivelnntil the I aivening oltneJlst o January. 10 1. at wbichtime the I ooks will ciose and thepremians he given to sub scribers. No person is restricted to a tingle sob- cnption. Those remitting $'5, are entitled to five memberships and to one extra Kngraving for their trouble. t adscript ions from t-aiifornia.tbe Canada nd atl Foreicn Coantrics. must be S:i Ml instead ol 93. in omer io defray extra postage, etc. Frr rurtmr particuUrs s-nd rr a cpv or the ele gantly illo-tntte-i jfrf Jmurm.nL pronooHced fas Aaaaf meat awaxtas Jtmcrtc It eontaUs Cat-ibene of Proiiuttis. and nnmeroa snperii engravngs R-g ular priee.SU cents per atmbcr 8cnnrn cupies. bttwever. will he sent to thoao wtshias: o sal) scribe. on receipt or 13 cents, in stamps or coin. Adilrvss. C. I. ITERBY, Actuary C. l. A., 546 Broadway, New York. JST. B Sxlicriptitnt received snts? fmrmtmnltd Ay S KOBBIJVi Aft fm ITerea aast otciaif m. wher spcim$ a raoiag-s arf Jin Jjm.rm.al ran ht Mtt. iuec. W l ifEATKEDrCTIUX l. UHS TITH V. II W. II0LL0VVAY, 3, th- II rill Teeth with the RKST Of HOLD, for TIN- FOIL. TWFATV PlVf CT3. Ii . !.t Teeth ea Porcelain. $-l.l. fir -t on tiold ... ................. 7 liO. Ii.h tle rt on Stiver ..... ............. Sn.ltfl. Olt -r work in rof.o.'li'n and all work warranted 4 the time to et iur in trey i-aek. OJ14 t ocer Ike A'etr l'sri Store, Market St., -w ."! W.XIMtKX, ). E. E. HOY T & CO: th arrival at their new Store rooms oM tfid (tweatm Meceu veers) of a ui,i..ue and eeneral S"litttioii of wetiknowu and -s:a'liahed quslities of ieat ng aua ac t at!e g oos, em -racing m ex ent and varietv an asitrtin nt h'c:i in it- c jmpiet-nsi is seMo n displayed in the !,teri.om l ordmarv stab- com m:a alike ihe or aaiental and the ueavv and a ial fabrics a the rich delicate weaving for social and pan srer. H0VT tfe CO. CummeoJ t ilie and a . - r .1.. ., " KJt mur a tucir u N a' ress tools ill' of Figured Merin's, vitrioii hdc! in pvlerns. p!a-n M-rinos, a-i al ibe late ricb fabrics of Embroidered Lterioos, choice feltc:iiu3 of Delaines. Plaids, Ciwhnieres, ke. HOYT A Co at their River Store make a aneeialUv Smuh'a needles, keeping all Uie aiaes, mikes aad asso.tme II-iTT dc Co. ke-n Bro.ics' white aad colored (..pool roi"wcniBewse. HOVT Co a' taair Kiwar Store hare desirahls rtrle. o' K:moral skirts. Hill t Mo. Iiu sareral patterns of Reps. HOYT it Co. Iia-e S iwl of ihe K t st m!e SHAWLS SHAWLS- SHAWLS shawls shawls ) SHAWLS SHAWLS SHAWLS VELiTET TRIMMINGS VELVET TRIMMINGS-VELVET TRIMMINGS VELVET TRIMMINGS PLUMES PLUMES-PLUMES-LADIES' UN ION GAUNTLETS LADIES' COL ORED SILK GAUNTLETS HOYT Gr, Co. make a tpeciality of tbe Glove Hosiery trade remember and go Hojt t Co. for GloTes,' Hosiery, Thread, Silk, Needles, FUnncls, Stc Are No AE bave male arrangements where V by parties desirous of getting Bp a good al-Trtiiem-nt can aval, themselves of acknowledged ia that line, by an aorauee of Su per cent on regular advertising price; business men by notic ing that of RoTt at Co. in this issue can see the ad vantage of such a coarse, and it also shows that the will work both ways, for here Hoyt St Co. hy in creased sales make maney, and ladies aa others who lo l ay desirable goods law tor cash see at a laace where to go. It is flui ng and projer that such be the caae far here the lloyts have been to a deal of pains to secure a choice aeleetioa of latest styles, established qualities, alsoextea ded varieties, to secure sueh a reauit one af the par ties. Mr. . B. lloyt, has spent some three weeks look ing through the ei tire New Vorit and PhiUdelphia market! and now having secursd the goods, they want them, to do so foils mu.t koow where to goto them, hence an advertisement benefits the Mer chant as alike those who want to buy low for rash and get the latest styles. . (.Dec. 1. 'Ou LOOK BEFORE" YOU LEAP. WEBSTER'S PICTORIAL EDITION. 1500 ILLUSTRATIONS, for Sale at Poru-r's " In getting WkBaTia'a. ins rrt the Jn bating at Porter's yva Lay n- only the Hat you ret Uie cAcaa.t. be sore and call at New fork Kooksuire and get what you waut in way " -ch-kii itii .m .ceii.ne a oxs. among aa-iy oe lounaan tne nrna i u was r-comniend by the board of bobool Eximiaers; among th' )Jieellanrcaa Rooks yaacal get Uazh Milier'. H.irk. ll . o!s; Irvinz's Works vols; ficks Warrvj Cmprehen.ire Commentary on.ie; Ki.cyci.peata 01 n. hnowledge; a ron ..hak'Siieare. Milton: I'ha I'oeta io Blue and Owid banny fouih; Uaver'y Novels Complete in U. Taylor a Travels; MeCauley's England a England; Nemesis; Rutledxe; Spurgean's oerasona; l.ne ttiacoin; Lite Washington. Marion Harues' X'otea; Margarette the first love of Aa warr; I'opalar Astronomy; Poimlar Geology iuaattn Ih Iforse: Poets of America; Politiral Bjer; Bitter Swe-t; Sold Foil; Thj Home Ea cyclopedia; Throne of David. Protestor at the ureak Table; The Steam Knioe- Itm Wa-aaa ia White; Hanerrs, Cani net (takers aa l ?aia;-r" Corn Good assortment of Bihksand Prayer Books; oouasat all kiads. 5ch ol Var.ls and atewaris BLANK BOOKS. lai-rc stock of Idrer. Dir Books and Htrftoran B volts 8iatitierjr of all kinds, among wMch vvej ion -4 actio ice tuck of Gap, Letter and Note bnrelooes cbaap; Pens; Arnld s. Kirtlarid. and Novs Insts: R-r and Puidd Iak Pocket lokstaads; SpoaUiag's 01u; llacit- wc acc. PERFUMERY Porura Bookstore. Bears Oil: Ross Oil Coral Oil; loiogoes; iiandkercliiels Ez:raets: Genuine Yan kee toap; .Mniiary glaring ep; Varipcatrd Soap Perfume! Pink Balls: Almond Soap; Tootii ; Barry s Tricopherous for preserving the Hair White; Pink rucers. Hair and Tooth Brushes. NOTIONS, WHOLESALE AND RE TAIL. a targe assortment of Toys Cor sals by IHitl. w.H. PORTER Xqi . sqvi -iavj -Jnj OOWES SEWING MACHINES may be ser at Mrs. Meseer's Milliner Booms McComlis St Smith's Store. Warren. O These were awamed the preference over Fickle at dewing Machines and .11 others present at tlie irumuuit mo Aartcuitaral rairaud tney have ta fi.st premium wherevor they have beea pre sented. II you wish to get the best get Uowe's. Al so aa sees at tae same place Borer's Owing Ma chine. Uec. -G. VI. ! LADY'S GUIDE TO PERFECT tiKKTILITT, In manners, dress, and con versa- in company, ia tbe SU set, and ia gentHnan's sa- josirecr'ri. Adams Booittose. SLAVE SMUGGLER. Three hundred mare of this interesting book. Just ree'd Adams' Bookstore. e Id wholesale and retail nOVEDALE NUIiSERIES. CLEVE- LAND.O. I am offering to the puiilic a laraand grown stock of Frait Trees, Srapa-vinea. ataali orqamental trees, shruba. rosea. ahlies. oto. embracing all the leading and sew varieties of kinds.. Hwang a good clayey soil lormy and Pear and asaady I'am for my Peach and treea it insures a healthy growth aot always elsewhere. JOWABD TAYLOR, iDcs.lS,'o,4w. Proprietor. Dry Also V a and Valentias Challia De'aineS and A Shawls. L0V White viieiy assort of all We for II French. and mere. One lencia?, IUE M Jir. anirersaUy i;annei and In la great In In the TO friends best thrilling Frio. O Xli I Oct. MEWS' 1WE00M. New Everything! 0 II ill1 L LI tl W i fJsL ... rT1hc nndersiirrifd tnt pleasure in -I form in; their aiany friend and paiille gene 1 Q Phir Sflllllfl1 I IfVI'lillHl fl. " i j n leral lv that to give farther extension and gr-ater variety in their prevent hnines. the? have 3oeiatej witn them 9. W. PARKS, late f Ban Praneiseo. whose knowledge and experience in mercantile pnrtiivts and aund4; t capital will enable them to ennnct their M.IMFACTURIXG AXO JOBBING Trade on a auich more extensive scale than ever be fore, ab.olutor rivaling astern (loose ia - VARIETY OF G00D3 f Imw tfeva prices Thankful for the rnerots ratronape extended to as ia the past we would solicit its continuance lo our ttew firm. rere trie ssmv stnet intesrify and honest dentine wiH be eon tinned aw the rating motto of O. U PATCH v CO- a their Hew Store on Market St.. op posite Court House. (MOV. 14, IrW J fATull OC Ul'Uk LIVB. PIANOS! PIANOS! AF NKNEW STOCK. The Best Assortment in North ern Ohio. S. T. P0MER0Y w fould inform his numerous enstom ersthithe has Just returned from the eart with a fine lot of the htst Pianos extant. He is hap py to state that the factory of Messrs. Btardn:an, Vlray k Co. is aea;n rebuilt, and already new fianos are iuing therefrom, marh better in every respect than before. I have also Da o ham' renowned Pianos, and an awstrimet of llaxelton cw Bro's. which Ian bare just laea the premiom over 9:einway's and other celebrated lntmmets. after a most severe and erit- ealtetin New York and Hew Jersey. I understand that some '-remarkahty well d:spoed. andhichly dis interested individaals have indutrioo?ty circulated re i ort tht si ce the late fire in Albany, I had left Cleveland or was designing to do so: had stopped bu siness fee. Ace." If those "dear friends' will kind ly iavcr me ait ha rail I think I shall be ble to show them that I am yet ia the field, and intend to be. an 4 more than that intend durinr the next year, as I have dajue the last; to sell more Pianos than any other six dealers in Ohio, pnt together. Call and see the finest Pianos in the world, and oMfge Yours, till another fire. S. T, P0MER0Y. Nov. 14. 1F60. CABINET WARE & CHAIRS. a . nr..... sr. . m - .in iv inn cv, iicw "jsuuua. A. TRUKSDF.LL. O. T. T0WN8KXD, TltUesiiEMa ti TOWVSEXD. (. 1(1 efMiri a'aaa tf A. TacssoiLL.) HAVE eiitererl inio partne-il.ip fi.i Ihr nianufartnre and sale of CABINET TVR SITrRK and C1MIRS in all thir various varieties h-tve now on hand and -tr reeetvtna; a larec aaortsnent. consisting ta part, or 4ota. Extension Tallies. Tete a Tries. Centra " Maiio'any Kackers. Card Ka-y -'haira. Dinine Si.rinr Seat Chairs. Prkfaat " Cane Seat Chairs, a freat variety. K itchen ' Wood-Seat " Wriliue Cottaee D , , . t Common French t 1 Trun,je Wh.t Nots, Bureaus. Book Cases, B' sks. Waih Htantts. Pirture-Framea.Crib. Cradles. A:c. In short. everythinv nsually kept or called for at a Pnrnitnre establishment, will he found or mana'actured at sati eeerv peters. Orders from a distance promptly attended to. and Furniture carefully packed and deli verso at Cars or COFFINS. A larxe assortment always on hand, and made to orer mt mtt f.aaet. A lleares fumi.hed wh.n teauited nmer K.eata a .vain at-, acartas K R.Utft, ff sma. 0. Mat le'th. Ladies' Furs! LARGE AT STOCK. J- GOIdDSTEiX'S. w mcn will ce sold at E W YORK PRICES (Sow. 14. IffiO J Salem Soap and Candle Worts. lo " frtaken ia trade. ll. P. ADAMS & SOXr i.- ataoufueturinv flKRSAJI r?ETFR?IVE, TOILFTSOP. CHCHICAI. LBaSlVE, .fallbRtDEi i PAIR and j EXTRA FAMItT : '- T0n.lLE REFTUFn COMMOS ROSIN SOAP. TALLOW CANDLR3. CASH PAID FOR TALLOW. IDee. 12.U0, ly TIKHSKAlO 081 'S vjv "0 'trexivjv -Maiunoa aus sas pov naos pvj -Xv mo n ajg asnvoiq -p;os aq ia pnv ttnm qoiqa jouy --U!H3 -ijniiujDji ;ospuil V -uiaia Kuun) avjnuvuf pouammoa jg aqi aum oaV savq OV -"P Iig-oud -alojj VIILM "saaj.Jsi DJV3 sami 41 ilnjva; iamu salq,) . ajivqj -sawi 'ssjog ra qans 'iJnjU amvuomsvi jo lusmossv paisaias uaa . . pu,wSjw v 2aiAiwJdj Atou San aVV 'ilHjflXI&HHtl ANDREWS DEALERS IS Goods, Clothing, Hats & Caps CARPETING. STRA Wcf MJILJSTERT GOQDSj Boots, Shoes, & Groceries. Butter.Cheese AProdure generally XO. 1 0, MA RKET, STREET, wJitTw-KS:! Warren, Ohio. RE NOW OPENING tleir Spring Stock of Gooda. and wiU offer to thWr. frle.ila customers, one of the largrat and mot varied assortmenu of fools in this market, comprising iRWSS GOODS, BLACK Si FANCY SILKS in Great Variety. And ess , In their and eign of In He AND . Cashmeres othent. Knelith Prints American Prints Monrning Pritits Urilliants Lawns Jaconets French Prints Organdies Magnificent Assortment ol Spring Lace Mantillas and Points, LACE, CRAPE a. SUBTLASD VEILS, Goods, . Shirt Fronts, Irish Linens, Flannels, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, id every una cost. Also a.n unequaled ment of BOOTS & SHOES, Styles and Prices. CLOTH DEPARTMENT invite especial attent'on to our a ock of a-ooda E.N 'B WAR. consisting of German, and English Cloths Doeskins, Fancy Cassimeres, Cash Velvet, and Silk Vesting, with a assortment of Satins, Velvets, Va Marei!es, Linen Drills, Cotton ades, nn l Tailors' Triinminis. TAILORING DEPARTMENT will le aader the narsonai surtenrisioa Af neeas,no9e aoovn autiiiy tu titat capacity la known to be anvzctrKed, and w.ll hare all ta mule in the Tsry best style at varkciaiisliip warranted. CJSJttLTZ ETI1VG-. this line we htress entire new and iml aiock. variety of prices. GROCERIES. Groceries we have a fall supply In every thine line of family wanta. ALL of which they InvM the attenllon of their and customers, and all others w!io want the goods at the lowest prices. April 11. to. . J- Said has for the ed to Petition IDee. 7ILD SPORTS of THE SOUTH. or the Campfires of the Ererglades a vott The Company of other A. M from By Jan. VaALE Probate will day of and 13 Kslate, ia said fourteen Johnston Eliaha Jan aew hook, jast fc'daV aiJU- UTLEGE, Season, at 5, IW0.J Avasrs Bboxsvoax. the great book of the ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. TT'ARM 1 acrth .land. two cow out bui dairy, information Jaa. : BOOTS & SHOES! 2. H AVISO Removed to No. 12. Mar k-t Street. Warrea. 0 . one door ean of R. II Barnum s Hardware store, ia now prepared with the largest and oest selected stock or tall and winter Boots, and Shoes, ever broofht to this market. It la well known that we are the eldest and most experienced boot makers in H'arrrn, and ase the best materia!! tht can ha ob tained for h. and are willina to warrant all work made to m -rand will sell at the lorn cat prices, qoal iiy conaMcred. Ladiea' and Oeala' l.XDIi RUBBER COOTS, Sole Leather, findincs. ate., conrtantly on hand. JJ-TDon t forget Ike place. OCW Ji, w j Will. IIAUT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia All kinds of Furniture, NO 107 WATER ST. I large HAVE NOW ON HAND, a and complete assortment of ISose Wood. Mahogany, Itlack AValnnt AND CHERRY rup-iT:T"jr.2. CHAMBER SETS, v irious stj!t8, L0UXG2S. at all prices; MATTKASSES, of Hir, Minilla, ExccU and Snaw; PIANO STOOLS; II af which I offer to the parehaiin; community at PRICKS TO 8CIT THR TIMF3 WM. HART. Aug. ly 107 Water St., Cleveland. L EROY W. FAIRCHILD'S CELE- brattd GOLD PENS. GET TIIB BEST W. N. POKTKR has just apened TUZ BESTerer of-fer-d in tMs market, if yon don't bHieTe it, l leaie call and try them before yna boy. lhy are manufac tured froai 16 KAR4T OLD. the mo-t perfect srork mnsh'p In errrr rexpect goarautet-d Sept. 13. l-W-l W. N. TORTKR. F. P. REED & CO. J ESPETFULLY CALL THE AT- sa It D I inn of tiieir Iricntls and pltrona i 1 I l lottcir lull aud Eeatitifal Stock of or , GASSI1MERES AKD TESTINGS j FOR TIIB i ' - ....'- . mi tin ffimi! trade: do aok hesitate in saying that asrr has there a larger or better aeleetioa of these gaods for CUSTOM TRADE Trumbull County than is now displayed at Store, where can be found all tbe new desirable fabrics, which our own and for marks ean afford. An exitmination of our Stock will satisfy you this fact We have just completed arra?g;e- ments with MR. CHAS. DODGE, A FIRST CLASS CUTTER FROM THE EAST, whose ability, and taste we put the utmost confidence.- comes with the highest recom- : ' mendation. WE PROMISE A IN THE CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. l Cutting done at SHORT AJOTICE. EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED TO FIT. Remember the plaoe, F. P. REED & CO. 8, MARKET STREET, and and ers 73 or a 13th with for in nty Said deed to and an-wer Kj sale bull sar tn at NO. sept. 12, '60. Warren, Ohio. PETITION FOR DIVORCE. Blizaheth Miller In the Court or Common vs S Pless. Trumbull County, George Miller Ohio. defendant is herehy nntifled that the plaintiff filed in said Court her Petition ror a divorce, and custody of their in rant eh i 1.1. and t. he restor hsr maiden name. Causes, habilual drana-en-ness r.ir thr-e years an 1 grots neeleot or dutv. Said will he heard at the nrxtterm of said Coart. 19. 'CO. 6w. F. fc. At U. il. ilLTCHINS. I IDs Attys I said in iuc iiuks wt the Hue lins ed said I ih-t.ee i ing la lot corner chains to a west line snd S3 along IX 0 Probate at P M. uate CLEVELAND & MAHONING 12 Al L-RO A B3 CO. fe TREASURER'S OFFICE. Cleveland, 0., Jan'y 1. 1861. annual meeting of the Stockholders of this for the election of Directors an.l tranvarti.o business will be held at this office on Wed nesday. S3d inst. The polls will be open from 1 1 , tn , P. M. The transfer books will be closed the II. h to the ?3d iaat . both inelasiva. order of the Hoard of Directors. O. M. BURK I. S. lCl.J Sec'ryand Iroaa. and J of real estate. In puMuanee of an order of Sale made by the Cotart of Trumbull county, fetaie of Ohio, I offer at Pablic Sale at the premises oa the Or? I February, A. D. 1-CI . between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. the following described Real to wiu sitnare in the township of Johnston eonnty aad is known by being part or lot No. (14) in the third division of land la said aud contains rorty acres of land, of which Miner, died seised. TI103.GrLMOnS.Ex. of 9. I ''61. 1 KHSHA MIKK.dcc. FOR SALE.,. . A farm sitnated In Farmtnfrton ontaadaiiles of VV'et CoYners. eonlaining atoat 1-4 acres of Said farm has aood I s-ory dlin)f hou'e. barns aad a hore barn work shop aud other Mines. 8 lid farm is alcal iie-l f jr ftrain or well fenced, watered and wooded for further toqn;r of Uiesttbsoriber oo the prrmlaes. 53, r?61-4ir J. U. BROTt aSINO. AND ' tion truth home bub,, you pay. great wear. good er yoa 1859. are April, New Arrangement. Cash, or to Prompt Six Month " Bayers, at Low Eatea (Late of the firm of C. k. M. Uoser.) "T70ULD rt-spectrully announce to the V public that he will continue the batlne at the old stand, where he hopes to have continued the lavors of his friends and customers- Ilaviag determined. alter tin deliberation, to inaugurate a XEW Sl'STElf OF TRADING, which he thinks will be more advantageous to bota coyer ana setter, utan tne present system of LONG CREDIT t HIGH PRICES. neietfeetralij aiks the paklie to rive the new plaa a inai a am new rjairm is aa louows: bix months credit will be given to prompt piytra, only ; and a discount of fire per cent, will be made on six montb prices, for cash. PiUFEYIiMLlCaillSill This mede of doing bus! Bens will enable him to ob viate the usual necessity imposed on all business men. or tax i nr. prompt men lur the losses insured by giving credit to irresponsible buyers liaving briefly stated his terms he would now Invite atteatioa to th-- fact that he has just returnee from the east, witn a spuuuiti staca or FALL AND AVIATEU COOD8, 1 bought with great care of the most popular impertin so l jo'bing houses in New York and rhiladelphia. The public are respectfully invited to call and ex amine styles and prices for themselves The highest market price In cash or gooJs pail for produce. oct. at , "59. Market St., Warren . 0, DRY GOODS! DKY GOODS!! PECK & BROTHER SrCCESSORS TO PECK, Ul It U 1:1,1, A; CO. Are now receiving their Stork of Fall and Winter Goods! TO which lliev invite tlie at'ention of harrrs n-mling in Pry 0W almnnt excla iivMj. we are enable to offer tU'iaeemont. and ahuw Kia:er Tar-nir. atun aujt ithrr a.oie in the count? iur atM-k of lres AmU. Cloths. ra.sifD"Ta. Ste. kc.ia I ,rcr than eier l-rf..re. hieh we ill wll rheip aa the cn apeat AM weaak ii for J' I. call and are lor yoarai Ives, at No 9. il.rkrt 8 rrt War ren. O. 'PLOAKIXG CLOTHS! All colors V. and qualities can he finnd at the Wsrr-n Drv Ooodadlore. I KCK . BKOTllfcR. CILKS! SILKS! Plain Biack. Fig'd O Black. BUrk HroraJe. Colors I Rroeades. Bja- ri.nia. eirip-s. ate. a great variety or styles from ntty SSLU to two dollars per yird PKCK at BEOTCBR. MERINOES. The handsomest tx;k of Printed Merinoea ever brought to Warren. i?v, . i.j io an t j mra. it arrea ury uoods store. 'TRAVELLING DMESS GOODS 1- A splendid stock of Sarella Clouhs, Glace Pop lins. Valenciaa, Columbians. Florentines. Ate , ate. PECK k BKUTI1K. I ELAINES ! DELAINES! ! De- m ' Isines for one shilling for fourteen cents six teeu cents eighteen ceuts twenty ceata and tw.n. nu the Uiiaestpil ever seen in this place, can found at lha Warren Drv Goods blarm. . . , " ' .ia&ume.k:'.s, iJL,AliN r.nd PKIM- J "DCOBCRas PARI RKP3. Printed and PUin Wool DeLaines. Figureil aad PUin Alpaeeas. Mo'ira ii.g DeLaines. etc.. e:e. PKCK RHOTHKR. C CLOTHS ! CLOTHS ! ! -Fine French J Black Cloth also. Brown. Bine and Green. Warren lry Goads Store. pASSIMERES. BLACK DOESKINS Satinets. Tweeds, Jeans. Vestinjs, ve . for men and bnjs wetr. PECK At HKOTIIKK. H ROCHEA SHAWLS ! WOOL 8 u A LW a. ingle and doable, from oca dollar , also, FLU3, aa calirely aew stock PBCK At BH0THKR. 1 hy at the mile is W OOL HOODS ! Zephyr, Opera V V and Skating IIoo!s. also. Zephyr W.raU'ls, Ladies' skating Ualters. Nuhlas. 4c . Ac. Warren Dry Goods .tore. LEGAL NOTICE. Oeorge Sadler 1 Court of Com Pleas, va V Trnmbull Co . Onio. Daniel Bonnry, etal J The drfts.. Uosetu Whit- more and Joieph Whitmor. her hmhan I. Electa Joy Oeorge Jor herhnshand of the State of Michigan Daniel Bonney of the State of Wisconsin will take notice that Oeorge Sadler en the 59th day of De cember. IrtiO. filed his petition arsinst them an I oth ia the Court oi Common Pleas of said county. setting tortn thataaid Bonney in or about the year l"42 bought by written contract of Joseph Perkins 4e i0u acrea of land ia small lot No. I cf lot t in Greene in said eounty. That on the S3J of April. I'4,aai't Bonary sold by writtsn contract tn acres h s purchase to Edward C Dodds. agreeing to make deed to him or assigns, when paid f or. Thai on the el September. Ir5ll, Dodds sold the ten acres, consent of Boaney. to plaintiff who paid Bon ney the amount fine from Dodds and fa) ly pai d Dodds his interest so so'd to him. That said Do Ids die I f-is. leaving the said BuseUa sad Electa with oth ers his children and neirs at law who claim an inter est in said ten aeres. but den ies tl-at they have any interest wbstever therein. The petitoa allegee that Joseph Perkius after making bis contract with Bon sold and conveyed the lanls subject to said con tract, to Henry B.Perkiaswha now ow ns the same. petitioc prays that Bonney be ordered to make a for said ten acres to plaintiff, and if he neglect do so that said Henry B Perkins make such deed, that plaintiff's title be decreed god as sgainstthe representatives of said Dodds. Said defendants will t-y the 23i diy oT February. A. D. fill, or in default thereof said plaintiff will taks jodement a gainlt th-ia by default H. B H tBN Kg At . Jaa. S, IrCI, 6w B. F. CCKTI3. Attrs for 1 Iff. Miltnn t a 111 if In Common fex Codrt of Trnui'tuit coon i v. Willijm K. Mario v et sJ Hy virtue of an order of tssatl (.-a hhe Ceiart of CotaBin Pleas of Tram coanty.ol.iu, ta sac direct-;., I sail! Oder f. r at rnlic acttia at thr 4uoa" of tbe Coart boas-, VVdrr'i. in Raid .-ounfy. oa Sutttrdiry the 10th 'hty rf Ftbrnary 101 To Plank Hilea. Brier :ERIFFS SALE. J At land At - at At At At Lowell, C Tue is -oufi tit.. iin 3 ate one r,V;o'k P. f. of u (I J.iy the f'-lk vlns tls ri of ti c mi. tti? A. I fiT and 14a re.l 3tal--, si:aae in Ih- to.T:isi.in or Ci.ua:r. a d is kr.ou hy f-itt ot lo:i i3 :in-l ai l to-vn.hi;i. The hrst p:ece. p irt of lot -3. ia ounUe.1 ia fullowj, v s: ltei;inning at a pot sisliI ill the no -t:l line o( lot No. :t. seven uhiti4 12 west fr-ui th-i i.orlh e:ut corn-r tlirror; ih -rce nn ai-l north liaj -JO rti::liia 33 -inV tv a poll, theace south on a marked iir.e 40 chains 5 link, ti ain:ii Itn-f nf tin tot; ihenc east a:onc aid south 14 chai n 37 links tu a post; ihenc- nonh-on a marked line to th. south west corner of Edward Bts coui'i land in said Int tr3; thence north along the west or said Bascom's Isnd to the pise or beginning, containing sixty nine 5- HO acres or land Apprais at J i3. 5 10. The second piece, part of lot 29, is bounded as fol lows: begiauing at a post standing in the north lins of lot Mo. Sit, 5 chains 17 links west from the north eastcorcerlhereor; thence south 3- chaiaa 63 links toanosi; ihcscc west 7 chains W links to a post: north 3? chains St links to a post; thence east cnaio. e'lifMiv mz pi.w v .'.hui., auntaia twenty nine 50 luw tcrsi of land nor: or less. Appraised at $590 CO. Also one otter tract of land In said township, and known as part ot lot No. 3. and booarleil as follows: Beginning ata o?t standing on the south line ot the 15 shams and 9o links west rrom the south eat .... reet; tnenceaonna. org. my.eo. me , n t links to a post; thence east 3 chains 2 links post; thence north about 3 chains to tbe east and center line of said lot; thence west along said 37 chains 4 links to a post standingln tbe north south center line, thence seutt slung said line chains 9 li . ks to the south line or the lot; thesce said south line 43 chains 57 links to th: place ofi'sjinning. and contaias H 78-IOO seres of lanj, ep;;P thirty tna.re rods quit slsirae l b- ?. Kins man to the school directors af district No. b In said township, more or less. Appraised at I ".00 per a cra. A. B- LTMA.S, Sh.riff. Sheriff's Offlce. WarrfB. Jan. ID, tret. ALE OF REAL ESTATE. In imrsoance of an order of 8le made by the Court of Trumba!! Countr. Ohio. 1 will offer Public Sale, at the premisea oa the rtth day of Feb ruary. A D.l-til. between the hours of I aud 4 o'clock the foliowine described real estate, to wit: sit in the lawnahip of Johuston. county and State l wcr A X of phrey. against oa one toe V ill., lot said Iowa fus contains same in two rrabate rate Jan. rT X Ucltn James Lovina day of in sa dated 173,tcach decree mortgaged notes. aroresaid. ai.d is known hy being part of lots No. la lot No. 43. and part ot lot No 3s in third divis ion, and supposed to be fiftv aces of land. TliOS OII.M0RK. Alm'r as in. IS. 1861, 4wl Asau a or (sa. Ccbtis, dec. SCRUTINIZE. Examine Closely, foreclosure Jao James issued county, Publio Warrea Sttiurday at sne mtf eihaH THE FACT WILL BECOME j and U j and iniatiif south one half lino thirty-two aGiam DattOri inTO llie &aa MORE PROMINENT. Ocrutmy faetsof the case. as regards Uercantilo eompeti- ror pat ronaite hares ever more prominent the that Diy Goods bought low at tha Bast enables Merchants to aell cheap, and when to the ability nineteen less. Pheriu'e nmuaa bueii cucau.auB wneu so Luc.uiii.r - IfV add the will then goods ateratailsil low for good j Edward E. Hoyt 4 Co . Kiver Block, ar, selling . j Joha many one goods, as also sanstanltal every day sale They Intend ta sell cheap for good pay. ku" . . ' at Public Oshornaat Hoyt dt Co's manifests a realy on hand ; Warrea will in shnwibf dress (abriee. shawls Ate .wh-th- ' C,...r... want to boy at the time or not. Jan. 9. ISol . ! at one ed real a:id is ! THE SPillAC. GOODS A T EMPIRE STORE ' thence 1nniVr,Q r, llriDI'tM 0 -:: : ownedbs DDINUS fe AiU.tirAiN are recnviMj Their Spring Goods. The nevrest and best styles ui din-to cow rrad.v f'r exhitrition at ttiv vs.loJli. JajiriHZ ST0XE. teres. (herlf w r F. P. REED (O S 1A11TH ClBTIIlBSi!; CLOUTS. CM'HIir.KK. DOESKINS. VEST1NGS. nltME'TS CUT AND MADE IN A SUPERIOR UANNFR. AFIT Warranted, ALWAYS. mm I B " . - 1W.HT -PJT - : .CJ.0TI11N0;: l: t-: j mm Si The best place ia Trumbull Connt Oo T F. P. KKKD At CO'8; or - . -e Ready Made, Clothing, HATS ASU CAPS. fORTZM WS HITi fc--C..: TRUNKS, Travellns - i UMrtRBLlaJS.. - - i BUFFALO "- roses:--'.- WE Defy all Competition. We 'ell the best good lor tie least nx.Qne.r,.t.a;?U f ales and small profit. A pennj sated beUer lLan a penny earned. . v 1 S - ' WORTH OF GOODS TO BE ' ' " r. SOLD, SOLD, SOLD. GREAT BARGAINS FOR THE NEXT 90 DAYS! - More excitement at No. 8, Market St., than has ever beea about the ' JAPANESE EMBASSY, GREAT EASTERN. OR PRINCE OF WALES'" ' ... . . 9 in the same place. i. O-GENTLEMEN, mmy of you do notrealizs what Great Bargaita job tre bsinjj by not vUitiug ihu '-'Li nn a rt-y i X AfTTVn T? " X D A D TTT f 'l?' ' . ?! Others aw rea'ixio j a rich harvest while you do not investigate tL!s mpotia,ft, .7 Htm. Rimeraber GreBt Bain for the next 90 days At F. P. REED & CO 3 No. 9 --lj' NO HUMBUG Oct. 24, l'CJO 3, Market "gf. " ' - Ofcio. - N JOW IS YOUR TIME. O EL-V A GOOD PIANO. TO BfV A GOOD PIANO. For leas than half price, for less than half price, far leji than half price, a food second hand piano, good arti.a and sweet toae. good fcr tra or 6 f teen years constant practice, will l. sold lor one hundred and twenty Brc dollars, cost when new three hundred, at Adams Book and Mm is Stare. Warren. THE BEST STEEL PENS. TEACHERS AND STUDENTS are iLforcnl l kit the celebrated Oillott's 70 Tra as imparted by Walton, can always be obtaiaed at the Bonkrtore of w-N. Porter. Every Teachers shsuld h.tve a baa of thenu IJEIJiriOR'S SALE OF REAL ES -J TATS By virtue of the authority veiled In me the will of Cornelius Uoyd. iaie of Lordatown, de cease.!, I will offer fo- sale o l the premises, oa SaturJuy, February 23d, 1561. i o'clock P. M the farm of K6 acres belonging to estate of said Botd. annate in Lordstown. one north and. one west from tbe center. Said farm in g-od reitair. well wat-re-, having alx or seven never failing springs, a good orehard if very fine fruits. Arc. Ate. Terms: Oae fourth of tha purchase money down, and tha balance ia four equal anaual payments, with interest to be eomrnted and paid aa nuvlv. Josl.N MUTClIlNS.Eieeutor Dee 19. C. lOw.J al Coaxxurs Boia. dee. Vv HITTLESEY ADAMS, ATTORN' Ef AT LAST AN NOT A3. T FcBLICi Olr:coa Main Street in Imtthtfr McCont'V Block Collections promptly saado. CoarcjanciD attended to. Pteds aeknowlevleJ. De. 12. bOJ Cleveland & IVIaaouusr Eailro&d Tl.Uli TABLli-KO. 17. take effect oc and after Xovctnber 23, U60. Taatss lkavb Moil 'Exp. n -raatas u:ava Exp. Al.il ! V ,1 11 Cleveland. . j ' '. 1 50 t Newburgh. f 7:j-J; 3:M ' Boad. i S:lsi SHI I golaa. I (:: 3.iJ ' Aurora. 9 16 U-.ii I Mantua. :j0 1:47 Oarrettsville Ii3 5:13 Windham. 110:411' i:iS Brareville. ;ll:U4r S:43 l.eaTiitsuurgo-n:u j:o. Warrea. ill JT; 0 !l:M 6 e4 N II3:5! 6 Jj l Plank Riad, Hill. 13:3- 6:4 Sewnurgh Tonngstowa. :13:5U' 6 54 C.errUnd. Toungstowa. Rrirr Hill, (iirard, Mies. Warren. LeavittJhareh Hraeeville, tl indham. Garrettavllle Mantua, Aurora. Solon. A M P M 7:34' I -SO 7:40 S irs 7:50 -M :t' 8:33 S:37 3.UI 8:3-1 .3:13 8:50 3: 9:13 3:52 9 27 :I0 il:S0 4:47 10:19 SSS !l:37j 5:54 il 5S : Ill:l3' 6 4 i 1 t.-3t' 7:13 Making connections as rollows: Cleveland with Cleveland At Toledo, Cleveland, Colcmbus st Cincinnati. Cleveland dr. Brie, aad Cleve at Pituburgh Kaitroa ia. Solon with hicks for Chagrin Pal's, fcc. Mantua with hacks for Ravenna, drc.. Bracsville with hacks foi Nswton Fslls.atc. Warren with hacks for Sharon. Qrecnvhla, Mead viile. Bloomfieid. Canaeld. Ate. Yoang-tn.n with stages far New Castle, Poland. and Eo n Vailev, and thence by P. Ft. W. at Railroail to' Pittsburgh. Nov. B-i. le0o. Cn.t3.L. K1I0DB3. Bapt. STATE OF OHIO. Trnmbull Coun ty. In Coart s; ComsioD Pleas. laliia OfMl ) John WnoI T-eft wbe is a aoc-rriident of tas ft. -vie of Ohio, d thst on the CCHh dt of Dee . IrCU. U Pe er tVeJ io he I lerk's otliceof tbe Cotxrt of Con.' Tic.m -rttttin and for the County of T rumba i) and . t Oim, aakii;fr a decree fdr divorce a?int him.cue ailffd imi-m onaient in th Penitentiary Tctitloo far Dirorco. e mate of P.nnsylrai ia. on a chirge of psssinf tenuis nnnr-y. P il l Ptttition mill be heard at i:t tjrit wl slid Conr. e"mnmcini furch 4th, 1-GI l-VitRlar ct HUKNKIT. 'HO 7 An- f.r Pl'Cf. ALL AND SEE R THOMAS' net divers audjuaury other articles, just opsucd al Market St. UalrS.th. 1J0 third In one year and ens third , " .... j. ,- T- .. ,i tu. i6in'day of March. lt61. or an ordtr af DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. la pursuaaca of aa order of the Prohate Court Trumbull eounty. Ohio, made on the 3Tth day of December A. D. 1.-60. in the ease of Nathan 0. Hum Adm'rwith will annexed of John B.Lane.dee Lovina Caley it others, the undersigned will Tharsday the 31st day of February, 4. i. 1(61, al o'clock P al. on toe premises offer at public sale lonowing described real estate, ittuatv n Brace irumbull county. Ohio, and knosa as prtsl number four (4) ia larger bit number six bj in township and is bcunded and described as foi northerly by the centre of Bazle Creek, eait bj thetewnship hue, south by lands once deeded to stu Allen, and west by lands or Thaddeus Dally, and ner survey teven'y acres of land be the more or less. Venae ot sale, oue intra casn on years from the day of sale, to be secured as the Court may direct ana to oear interest at lat of 6 percent payable annually. IS. leCI.-twj JAT1IAN O. UCMPHRgY.AJm'r HE" ST ATE-0 F OHIO, TRUM- hull couny. Ia 4te Co uit of Caoiaoa Pleas D. KiBj ( ss 1 Notice to defendants. Lsebman v. I The de'endant Lovina Lochm an Lochman f will take notice that on t'i. 15th January. Ie6 1, the plaintiff filed her petition id Court asking judgment araiust James Loch saan fcr Sl3 43-lut npon three Bttea of det't James, 1st December. 155, two of which notes call for and one ror foo, and praying for a of foreclosure upon three fourths of aa acre of la lotNo.27. ia Vienna, said county, b) both of said defendants to secure aaid March 3.1, Ie57 Defendant Loviia will an will be taken against her by drfaait.- COX At rPBSR, . 1, If 61 ; 6w.J Aua for Plaiatiif. SHERIFF'S SALE. Sulumon Klinei In Coaasoo Trumbull i By Tirtm Pleaa Coart of county. Sase. Jr. By Tirtuo of an ardr of sal from the Court of Ournmoa Pleas of TraaUull Ohi, t me dirretid 1 th.ll otter for sale at Auction at the tUor of tbe Court 11 o use In ia sid coonry. on ttt IQlA tLtyof February 1SG1, o'clock P. M of said -oyt the followtnf da I a at -t t Sis t nt as in ttriaf-fal Is m-i .1 a -an rst m known by partof lot No. 3 la said towns bounds! as fotloaa: ateffinainc at' a post s:ani DDnuTas. corotroi sat a ion .11 iBrrtc on the center of the county rovd thirty two an 1 rods; thence west parallel vitb the north ninety -six and one fojrua rols: tb:ac aartli and one half rols: tlvsnce east on in ark- fourth rods to tbe place of beginninc. contaiaiac Is At at hia aeies and eighty-eight rods ol land mors or Appraised at S T1. A. 8. LYMAN, Sheri. Ouice. Warren, Jan. 1G. IC1. D I r IV'G DlfP Wrir.rv.ir r o oAiiCi. David Humpltrsy In femmoa Pleaa Court or c "VTia order of issued from the Court or Common Pleas or Tram county. Ohio, to me directed 1 shall offer fr sals Anction at the door of the Court Hoase m in aaid county on A. 1 ,1 h fh,,, f Februarn 1 SCI "irauij tne lOf1 aay OJ jeoruary 1 out o'clock P. M. or sai l nay the following lesrnb- estate situ ste in'ts towusnip of hou:hingtn known h .art of io: loriy-arrenand bounded as ii : ... 'K ...nth-.j.t eornerof lot 4T: wen to tlie sou h-ea-l corner of land f.rmerly Johu P. W. st: th'-ncea.rth so Urthataline or,0,r1,,I.iihIh.J,bi,ai0rsiidiat4?a.idex. the east li"e of said lot will contain tlftya- A, Tiietil5:.'tU. A. . LTUA.N.caer.D. sUiBce, vt ar.cn, Jan. Is, letit. Xat oar MILLINERY. -----1 : ct-e FALL Goop;fc;; Wholesale and -Eetail. ; . -. . w r . w s. mus. c. w. )iesser,- agt:.;C1; H?ving rtmored into the new aP-"-, commodious rooms, -i -'--- OVEU McCO-MUS A; 8MITXI3 STORE - - - . . -j Is now opening one of-ik largest a'ai fiaest block of goods ia t!ie Millinery line, ever brought to thU p'.ao-jainon. hicb may be found ... .-.-. f every detonation, from . ?ri SO.SO TO & I2t3 : ' '' " w I LEAD DRESSR3. f erer-tt jczritt:j . BLACK and W niTE litJ CH ES - CHILDREN'S EMBROIDERED.'- - .-- c:v BONNETS AND ' CAPSa. " PLUMES, from 25c to $1. ,.v FLOWERS A RIBBONS, .... BRIDAL WRRAf IIS: ' CLOTILDA HATS. BAND 'BOXES,' HOOP SKIRTS: . " . V LADIES and CHILDREN'S H00D3. "t NEW STYLES of LAD'ES nd " MISSES' CLOArsT PATTERNS, B" SHETLAND" WOOL," . ' "- and numerous other new and deaixabU' ki-' IMb lift, ',i- 'I . aT5T Remember the place, or'ar ITc V V ' Combs Sc Smiths' Store, corner of Math ""t and Market streeta, entrance Jon ;M.i street. - - ' ' . . Mrs. C. W. JIESSER, A&t. Warren, Nov. 7, ism).) , : 'WAKKcftj BOOT AND SHOE STORK: 1 Ti. I waaW71 A-' CI?. TURNER, -- MANUFACTURER v DDEALEKI? , BOOTS AND SHOES;- - Tjow prepared to furnish all of liU'frieBda and the rest of mankind with , r: , .- BOOTS, " -.r-rr"t '-;' . GAITERS, very ha pr'.te for Cash. ; ,." Please Call. Now is tlie Time. Mr. I). II. WtRRES will Won ha act -t ail times, as rea,ly r ever, to attend.to tha waatayf , old friends aad castomea-s. , ' Work made to ord.r and warraated as searessiateJ. Repairing done ea short no tic. Boom a: J. Vaatrot's Jewelry Store, oa Market IL . Warren, O.. June 6, 60. C. B-TL'BNBB. S. IIAY.TIOAD & Co. w ARE CONTINUALLY RECEIT- . ; ing at their present location, - 139 and 15J Water St., Clf Ttland, 01i . I'resh invoices of . ' Toreign andDomestio " DRY GOODS, A! so, a large SMsrtmeut of 71)..: I :t .') rHU. i)t').S, They are now rrceiviog UO Cases of the best styles of the afsrrimaek Sprazue. BiihmoBd. Phillip Ailea PunneL Harrop, Oocheeo, I'nioa. Ba glc. dattnn, Consstoga, America. ' f' tllo'-e ani NaMonal Priat Works. . CsS:s of the latest styles of Pacific. Mauvhsa- " fr, Delaine Co. Works. Cases of the Lancaster, Glasgow and Afas- . , chaster Ginghams. . . t i erases Black Alpaecas of every grade. Cases Black and colored C.bargs. every gra4a. - - Cases Btaak andaeoiored French atetiaoa. Cases Figured do do : Cases Figured Kogllsh- da. Caaes Figure Cashmeres.. '- . - rases Traveling Mixtures. ' 4.aes'Iltve:oek-'aud -Xadustrial'1 Cbewkg. Cases Shirting Twesls . . , 'I . Cases Denims, Ticks. Shirting Stripsa. . v . . -s Cases Fnnged Jaeuard and Table Damasa. ', Cases White Brown and Colored Oasts. Flaanels - ' ..,'- i Citsea Fiurtfd Plutb Cansaa Flaansis. Cases Heavy Twilled P annela. ,-- -" ' ' ' Cases tvbiU and Colored Flaanels. Cases "lu Rock'" and" R)b Boy" Ussqi.1 T "' ' Cases Dorset Jeans, dou'ile and sing'!a,l.rs). -Cases Biwacaad aat Arass Drislrngs " 30 Cases Black Satinsts. best makes. IS Cases Browa sn l Ca J H Mixed satinets. - 1' Ticcss Fanes Cassimeres.. ,1. . -. .- Pieces Fancy Slla Mixed CvsiaieTwa ''.'( pierss Black French Doeskins. -; Pieces French aad Herman BreadelotSs. w ' Pieces French Ial:es Clo-ljs. ' -' - - - Pieces Black atti Colored Orercaatlii-m. . f 100 Di-i'os AU-wool L'ndershlrta. .''' Doiena Ail-wool Drawers. v. v Dosens All wool Merino Jackets. -Doxans Barkskio tilovea - . Doatna Backskia Xliiteaa.. . - M fieoes B ack Urode KSine Silk. '- "i "' Pieces Fancy Dress Silk. 100 Cases B'rache Cotton. Caies White Oiols and Millinery, all htada Cases Taisk-e Notions, a full assortment. WhB in ClcveTytJ call and tm!ce for vnarselrva stork and (As. dec 8 '6J t- K At CO.