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Business Cards, not exceedinr S lint. SI no . i;. r year; eaca Pr : i additional line, 75 cents. JOB PRINTING. auiriirion. nf . latest styles of type, to our assortment of Job rrinunt material;, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, the different varieties of Plain mu fancy ranting SUCH AS Address Cards. Certificates, Labels, Business Card Check Books, Manifests. Bank Cheeks, Colored Printing Notes, Bills of Lading. Drafts, Programmes. BaU Tickets, Form Books, Keecipta. Blanks, ail kinds. Handbills. Show Biils. . In fact everything done in the thane of Print ing, at Prices that cannot fail to suit, and with dispatch. We keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Cards and Fine Stationery, from wuicu uivma in wane ot ranting can select. Justices' and Constables' Blanks. - Constantly on band and for sale. Town and County. 137" John Mo ret, a bugler of Capt. Abell's company, 6th Reg.. O. V. Cavalry, has been appointed Chief Bugler of the Regiment. Success to John ! We leant that a protracted meet ing, chiefly under the labors of Eld. Gates, has just closed, in the Disfiple Church of East Bazetta, resulting in over fifty addi tions. Chronicle Job Office. assortment of Jobbing material, type, presses, Ac, of any county paper in the State. Styles of type new.' We are turn ing out work that can not be excelled for the prices, which are low for cash. Lost. On Saturday last, between the residence of AMR Abell, Esq., on Liberty Street, and the store of. Andrews It Weeks, a small morrocco pocket wallet, containing money. I The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at the Post Office. Horse Thief Arrested. Wm. French, charged with stealing a pair of horses, wagon and harness, about two weeks since, in Venango county, Pa., was arrested in the eastern part of this county, on last Monday night, by Sheriff, Butler and posse. He was brought to this place,' and lodged in jail, and taken back to Venango on Tuesday. Blank Notes. We have at this office printed blank notes, bound in neat and convenient book form, the length and breadth of a note, which will be found very handy for use, especially by persons having public auctions, and selling on time. By pro curing a copy of a book of blanks, " they can have their notes together, and in good shape. . Price 15 cents. To the Public; This will certify, that I obtained lately aa Insurance on my Dwelling House and contents, in Howland, for Elaren Hundred Dollars in the Continental Insurance Co. ot Jfew York, through T. J. MeLain 4 fSon, Agents at Warren'; and that having tost my property by fire, the said Com pany paid me to my full satisfaction, and I hereby recommend it to all wishing Insurance, as a sound, responsible, prompt paying Company. ' THOMAS REINBOLD. Warren O., Feb. 18, 1862. A Man Drowned. evening last, 7 o'clock, an old man, very poorly clad, and appar ently much overcome by the effects of liquor, was observed near the corner of Main and Market streets. lie was seen to go down around the corner leading to the postroffice. lie went to the bank of the river,, and then retraced his steps a chart distance. The writer of this hap pened to be passing by at-the time, and noticed the man's wretched appearance, stnd as we passed the west end of Webb's block, on Church Alley we looked toward the river and observed a form falling into the stream, from off the wharf at Hoyt's corner. Several persons repaired to that point as soon as possible, but not a sign or trace was to be seen of the unfortunate man. The current was deept dark and swift, and he either sank to the bottom or was carried down stream by the current. At this writing, Tuesday morning, his body has not ben discovered. His name is said to be McQuire, and his occupation has been that of a rag-dealer and tin peddler. Whether he threw himself into the stream voluntarily, or fell in accidentally U uncertain. Personal. Major II. L. Ecisett reached home on Thursday, and left aain on Monday morn ing, for Washington. He is in fine health, nd reports the 2nd Cavalry as in excel lent condition. CoL Docbleday being now acting Brigadier General of a. brigade; Lieut. CoL It. W. Batuff is acting Colonel of the Regimeift, and Capt. Burnett acJ ing Major. There is little doubt but that all of these promotions will be permanent, one or more of the commissions having already been issued. . We regret to learn from Maj. Bprntt, that the health of CoL Eatliff is not good. Capt. A&PEa left on the 17th inst., to rejoin his regiment, ( the 7th. ) His health bad improved during his sojourn at home, and be will be able to resume bis" duties with his former vigor. Lieut. J. C. Hotchiks met with an acci dent, while riding on horseback -near Fort Leavenworth. The breaking of a saddle-girth caused a fall from his horse, breaking his collar bone. He reached borne on last Wednesday, and will remain until again fit for duty, when he will prob' ably rank aa Captain. ' Adjutant Hadlit is now in command of Capt. BcaseTT's Company," . " Lieut. Cbas. R. Hakkon is still quite ill. Prof. Rarey's Lecture. McCrcm, Veterinary Surgeon, delivered two lectures at Webb's HalL Professor Raret lectured upon the science of tam ing horses, as practiced by his brother, J. S. Raret, and himself. The lectures were very interesting and deserved larger audi ences. Dr. McCrim lectured upon the j diseases and anatomy of the horse. He, ! : . : .; 1. i ..... course oi nis lectura upon "tnc norse s foot," he gave much and valuable infor mation in regard to shoeing horses, and the effect of bad shoeing, upon the horsd, Ho justly condemned the common prac tice (by some blacksmiths) of cutting the hoof to make it fit the shoe, instead of making the shoe to fit the foot, and also the wretched practice of burning the hoof with a hot shoe, to make it fit. Trofessor Raret gave two exhibitions of his skill in breaking and taming horses, both of which were successful. The one which we witnessed was the taking of a wild, unbroken colt, and in the course of half an hour he sat upon the colts back, without a bridle, held an umbrella over him, 4c, without apparently frightening the colt at alL Professor Raret is master of his profession, is a candid, reliable gen tleman, and we wish him abundant suc- cess. Mineral Ridge Matters. Feb. 24th, 1862. Obitcart. A deep" gloom has been cast over our little village the past wecV, ow ing to the death of Mr. David Morris. the announcement of which has already appeared in your columns. His remains were followed to the grave by the largest concourse of friends everwitnessed in this county. He emigrated from Wales when quite young, and began business near Gi- rard, in very moderate circumstances, and by his perseverance and industry has in a few years gained a store of worldly rich es, aud what is still more desirable, an en; viable name. He was indeed the poor man's friend. His family here lost a loving hus band and' father, and the community one of her noblest citizens. Accident. A little child of Alexander Fyfe, was so severely burned a few days ago by its clothes taking fire, that its life is despaired of. Its mother was absent from the house, when the accident occur red. The cries of the child aroused the neighbors, but before any assistance could arrive it was burned very severely. Mr. Fyfe is a member of the 15th Battery of artillery, Capt. Spear's company. Coal Matters. The coal trade has been somewhat dull since the close of naviga tion on the Lake. Messrs. Morris t Price's works are undergoing a few repairs, after which they will commence shipping coal Cleveland, which will enliven business here to a great extent. Some idea may be formed of the business done in this place, when I tell you the quantity of coal and ore mined the past season by Messrs. Mor ris & Price, namely : 55,430 net ton3 of coal and ore exclusive of slack. The i - a . c , - I willing u: mis vast amount oi coat gives I employment to a large number of hands. The mines in the employ of Messrs. Wood, Warner t Co., have been on a strike the pat.week. They demand all cash for labor and require their pay monthly; Their demand has not yet been complied with. More anon. Yours, truly, OCCASIONAL. at of Lordstown Matters. Messrs. Editors: On the 24th of Novem ber last, Mr. Rosenfield, of West Lords town, had his barn destroyed by fire, con taining some live stock and hay, which which were also destroyed. He had it insured in the Lordstown Mutual Insur ance Company, to the amount of one hun dred and thirty-five dollars, which amount was allowed him after due investigation by the proper officers, and was paid over in a few weeks. I would further say (as there are a great many in our own town and six adjoining townships considerably interested,) that the success of the Com pany has been most flattering. . That since the late loss, the amount of insured prop erty nas increased more than twenty thousand dollars. The officers cordially solicit the patronage of farmers especially The annual election takes place' on Mon day the 10th day of March next, at which time one Director will be elected for three years. . Office of Company at the Clerk's residence. Thomas Duncan, Pres.; S. F. DeFord, Clerk The meeting in this place is still in pro gress. The Spelling match which was announc ed in a former- issue came off at the place and time appointed. Before the . hour appointed, 7 o'clock, the spacious hall was crowded with men, women and chil dren, of almost all ajres, each easer to know who should gain the prize. "The honor of beinjr the Victor." Pmnouncers, and Markers. O. Grove, J. W. Harris, and A. McKee. Mr. Harris and McKee being teachers of the Township. The seven schools of the own were all represented, excepting one; from 7 to 10 o'clock the contest raged in all its merited interest. One after another dropped out of the ranks, and were politely shown new seats by Marshals S. McCorkie and Cluis. Cook. The spelling closed at the hour appointed, and Teachers reported Mr. A. Hardman. one speller yet a contestant, not spelt down. Mr. J. Grove one. Mr. A. McKee two; Mr. DeFord one; Mr. J. W. four. The palm of victory was awnrded to J. W. Harris. In fact the whole exer cise was one of deep interest, and we trust of permanent profit to all. Long may such pleasant meetings lire. at a. We a ail by in and are -Priec . is cure Harris ' ? the Death of Justin E. Smith. with are On the 2nd inst., in the 3rd street Mili tary Hospital, Cincinnati, Jcstin E. Smith, son of John Smith, Esq., of Bloomfield, aged SJ years, 6 months, and 7 days. Justin E. Smith left his home in Bloom field, on the 10th of Oct., last, to join the 21st Ohio Begiment, in Kentucky. He went as nurse, under Dr. Eamcs, of Or well. After serving about two months in this capacity, he was taken with the mea sles, which finally terminated in consump tion. He was for a while in the military hospital, at Louisville; from there he was transferred to the 3rd street Military Hos pital, in Cincinnati, under the care of Dr. Umphy. He gradually failed in strength, and died on the 2d inst. Mr. Smith was a medical student of Dr. Eamcs. and bid fair to become prom-' Dri' : v.: r ; - , sand muim jii uia juuitaiuii. viaa a uiuntr, industrious student; one who did his own thinking, and was not easily shaken from his purpose. He was respected and be loved by his associates ; and was regarded by all, as a man of integrity and truthful ness. In his death, Bloomfield mourns the loss of one of her most promising sons. This is the first instance of mortality among those who have gone out from this place to defend their country. May the lives of the rest be preeious in the sight of Him in whose hand is the breath ofall mankind, and may they all be prepared to meet death, whether- it comes bv a sud den call on the field of battle, or bv a wasting 6'ickness in the hospital. The deceased was brought home for buriaL The sermon was preached to a crowded house, by his pastor, from these words, " O, that they were wise, that they understood- this, that they would consider their latter end." Deut. 32;29. - Th foilowinc . resolutions were unjtni- monslv adoiifpiTbv the Xiterarv soo.ietv. have we acea. each while Miss few this this many wall your which he was one of the founders: H. At a special meeting of the Euresomcn Alethian Society on the evening of Feb. 11, 1862, the members unanimously adopt ed the following resolutions: Resolved, That in view of the affliction with which God in his wisdom has seen fit to visit us, we deem it our duty to ex press our sorrow. Resolved, That while we receive with submission the stroke which he has in flicted upon us, we feel that in the death of Justin E. Smith, our society has lost one of its most zealous members. Resolved, That in token of our reshect for the memory of the deceased, and in remembrance of the valuable services which he has rendered to our society, and in iTIPftthy with the bereaved friends, we will wear a image of mourning at our next public exerCZS?. Resolved, That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to the friends of the deceas ed, and be presented for publication in the Warren Chronicle. C.J. Smith, ) O. A. Haskell, Af K. Howe, j WARREN PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLT BY X. A. PATMOR. L Wheat CoB IN THK EaR i obs (shelled,. Oats, Bitckwiieat White Bhans... Potatoes, r LAX SEED,. Candles, Stkkike. ... " Tallow. Er.cs. Chickens, apiece. AlOLASSES,. Syrup Repined Mecca Oil,.... rto. i .mackrkl... Tl - - White Fish. ... .50 -901 1(J 40 1 iTiai : Flour, Buckwheat per Sack, 1 00 tt HITE HEAT, iliBVEY t TTT City Mtlls, -. .6 25 " Red Wheat, 4 753 23 Cosx Meal, bolted, per 100 lbs., J 25 .Pork, dressed. 4 Hams,.,, aio 10 ..8 Dbikd Beep, .... Lard.... Bl'TTKR,. . Cheese Huied Apples Coffee, Rio at retail, " Java " Grf.es Teas SrdAR, White Coffee,... " Brown Coffee.. 15ROWX oL G A R 10 4T5 4(ii5 .23s, 25 .... 30 .J 0Usl 25 zz.7r..ir 10 !Z"."li2 . 8 12 60 -.60(97.5 40 10 . TVTOTICE 1 Ishf home. Feb 26, '6-3w Xew Advertisements. ATTACHMENT. Reuben Emerick ) Before P. A. Davidron. tt t. f J- p-of Mecca, Trumbull H. Bcntley & Co. ) eountv. Ohio. On the 8th day of February. 1M2. Ih nhnv. J,,. tiee issued an order of attachment in this case for the sum of Three and 92-100 dollars, which w minnuwl served by attachingone Portable Engine and Boiler, and the cause is continued to Murch 22d. !!. at 10 oeiocK. am. lortruU. JAJIES O. BEEBK. eb.26. 1S02-3W AttyforPlff. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Xorton Barns. DlfT 1 Before Samuel A. . t, T? ., . , f Davidson. J.P.ofMec A. F. Redfield. deft. J ca township Trum. co. On the 5th day of February, 18o2. said Justice is sned an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of one hundred and two dollars. Said ac tion is continued to the 24th day of March, lSoi, at uue o chhtk r. Feb. 35, 1S62-3W T'aTOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly qualified as Executor of the last will and testament of James Christie, late of Brookfield township, Trumbull county, Ohio. All persons hav ing claims against said estate are required to pre sent them for settleincut within the time prescribed by law. Feb. 26. 1862-3w ROBERT CHRISTIE. herebv riven that mv minor son. TTenrv rranKiin ineiuon, leu my nnne ana residence on the 23d day of February. 1862. without any just cause. All persons are cautioned against harboring or trusting him on my account, as I shall iav nn debts of his contracting after said date. I am now and ever have been ready and willing to furnish him with all suitable necessaries if he Temains at TALCOT G. SHELDEX. SHERIFF'S SALE. John M. Stull 1 In Court of Common Pleas vs Vof Truirrbull county, Ohio. John Anderson ct alj By virtue of an execution issued out of the Court of Common Pleas in the above entitled rase and to me directed, I have lev ied upon and shall offer at Public Auction oa 3tODday tbe 2 tth day of Feb., 1863, or near Dickennan's Corners or at the Residence George Shaffer, in Mecca, the following property, via: 1 stationery Engine and Boiler. Engine-house ana suaniy aiiacaeo tnereto, i uu at, a funp dig gings, from H) to 100 feet 3 inch pump including lunger ana pi anger roas, z large gas tongs, I belts, large and 1 small, in good order, some 400 feet pine pianu. tooara measure; terms cash. The above sale is adjourned to Wednesday, March ocn, at iu o ciock A. x. Feb. 12, 1862-2W J. G. BUTLER, Sheriff. CJEERIFF'S SALE. kj By virtue of an execution to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon and shall expose at ruoiic aucuou on Ttaaraday tbe 13tb day of March, 1863, or near the centre of Hartford, sixteen sheen ta ken as the property of Daniel Parsons at the suit of bainuel b train, bale to commence at one o clock p. of said day. J. li. BUTLER, Sheriff. Warren. Fob. 26. 1862 KNOX FRUIT FARM and NURSERIES. 5.1ALL FRUIT. iUR Stock of Plants lor the Spring J Trade is large, fine and thrifty, comprising every article Kept in a nrst class -Nursery, and are offered at such prices as we think will compare fa vorably with any other reliable establishment. We would invite particular attention to the following articles selected from our catalogue: GRAPE-VISES. BLACKBERRIES. STRAWBERRIES, CURRANTS, GOOSEBERRIES, PEACHES, RASPBERRIES. RHUBARB. have opened a Seed Store and Horticultural Depot, at ho. 2tJ, Fifth Street, where all articles be longing to such an establishment can be had. Cat alogue aud Price List ent to ail applicant. Address, I. K.VOI, Feb. 3i, '62 Box 155. Pittsburg, Peuua. GRiEFENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES. Are prepared under the immediate supervision of skillful Physician, and they may be relied upon in eases. The intelligence of tbe community is not insulted the offer of a sinple medicine which claim? to all disuses, but the lirwfcnberir Remedies consists of eleven differcut medicines, all unequalled the cure of the diseases for which they are recom mended, among which may be selected one appro priate to any ol the diseases incident to this country climate. i-THE GR.EFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS better than any other kind of Pills iu the world 25 cents. 4W-UR.KEXBERGrTERrXE CATHOLICOX an infallible remedy for all Female diseases rrree !.. -THE UTERINE CATHOLICON will alio Gravel, diseases of the Kidneys, urinary diih eulties in males. -THE GlUvFEXBERQ SARSAPARILLA is lar .most powerful and elhcacious compouud -THE tiRjEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYR UP is a certain and quick remedy for all diseases of bowels Price -Do cents. -THE GK&PUNBEKG PILE REMEDY nev er fails to permanently relieve this distressing dis ease Price id. -THE GRAvFEXBERG CHILDREN'S PAN ACEA is an invaluable compound in all diseases in to children. aj-THE GRjEFENBERQ FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY is a sovereign specific for this particular disease Price HI cents. 8-TH E GRAFESBERG GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT excels all other salves in its curative Price 25 cents. -TUE GR-IFENBERG CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM affords the most astonishing relief in all pul monary complaints Price $3 a bottle. f An emi nent Physician of New York, states that he has known the Unefenberir Consumptive's Balm used (treat success in Dropsy. Our own experience substantiates his statement. aw-THK UR.T.I ENBKRG HEALTH BITTERS the most pleasant aud delightful tonic ever pre pared Price ' cents. jrTHE GRA3FEXBERG EYE LOTION ts un paralleled in all inflammation or diseases of the eye Price 5 cents. of or for ed the to double we would have them. To the of our sex who are suffenns from weak ing HOME TE-snnoxr. . Mr. II. B. Kreosi.KT Dear Sir: We feel It a du ty we owe to the public, tn state that Marshall's Ca tnolieon is a medicuio invaluablo for complaints classed nndcr tho head of Female lliseases. We used your finr-fcnbcrfr Medicine and have been ffreatly benefited thereby, so much so. that were the io tne thon- nesscs. would recommend the Catholicon as a sure pan It gives streneth to the system and enables of the or pans of the body to perform their ap propriate funcaons. Mrs. W. CARTER. Mrs. E. E. WEEKS. Miss ts WORMS f KIT. Medina. March 1, 1361. The above named Ladies we aro 1 ersonally acquainted with, and know that for several years we lived in Medina, they were ercat sufferers. 6. has been so badly afllictod that it was with diifieulty she was able to stand npon her feet. A bottles of Catholicon entirely cored her of her complaints. My wife received (Teat benefit from medicine. We recommend it to the Ladies of county as a safe and efficient remedy for the complaints they -are subject to. . JOHN WEEKS. . Editor Canficld Herald. at . tui ! 1 in part and and Feb. 19, 188L H. B. KIXGSLEY. Cleveland. WALL PAPER Now opening at Porter's Bookstore, a lire and choice lot of Paper and Borders. Pleasecall soon mid make Spring selections. - W. 2J. 4 W. . PORTER. QHRISTIAN HYMNS Just ree'd from the publishers a rood stock of the above ane. Feb. 36, 1862 W. N. k W. F. PORTER. tion at to of west Mr. been the Y been t Special Examination OF SCHOOL TEACHERS. The Board of School Examiners, for Trumbull county, mske the. followin An nouncements, to applicants for Certificates. . inations will be belli on Fridays. March 21st. April 4th, and 25th. and iMay 30th at the Court Uouse, and will commence punctually at 10 o'clock. A. K.. which hour all applicants should bet resent. All persons, who desire to rbtaid eertiticat.JO teach common schools, in Trumbull county, dunnf the coming summer, can attend some one ot the alor said examinations. Private examinations cnnoi be had, and no more public examinations will oe held until next FalL ieb. 2Li. lS62-,3in WHITTLESEY ADAMa NOTICE Is hereby given to Byron A. Viota and Apol lus K. Victs. non-residents of the Mate ot nu. thatTheron R. Butler. John R. Cecil. bl son, and Albert W. Oreen, on the bth day of lr-an-, tmii filed their petition for monex in the court r A . tn J t u..ii u..ni0 Olnrt. and fll , 4III1IIIIII1 I ll-jm I ! iruuiuuii v.w .... , -- - - . .. nnviirain be isranl in said case by the cleric oi said court, an orucr oi aiiacnmem Hiumi -v vits and Apollus K. Viets, upon which the :.,Vud1,i,.vVb-n attached, to wit: situate 1 " r- T.T7 ,.f v..irrin mi wumy OI it. Ill lunuouiK . bull and State of Ohio bound eJ as fo"y h ofl 1st tract, on the eouth by Iironaon B. "pn n the west by the north and south centre road 80 . l Kv i r. .4 ,.,,ewti tn i n&nuitrr ' ei, uu Liin i." m'w.-.- - - ley. and on the east by lands ot Alpneus " and Andrew C. Mocker, and supposed to contain J) acres, more or leas, oeing pan uim .-j d 2d tract, situate in same township and county, ana bounded as follows: beginning 2 rods cast from toe south west corner of said lot So. 13. at a post stana- ing to the east side ol tne nignwsy, i"1",1"" Uie original line of said lot 155 rods to a post, thence north P and 30 25 20-100 rods P.JmJ 1" Jlf ssuin ioo roas 10 a pwi""""" V .;.iA at of the highway, theuce south, along the east side ot the highway 25 rods and 20 links to rioned place to contain 2p acres of land: also a tract in lot 14. bounded as follows: commencing at the noit h-west corner of lot 14 thence cast 1W ' rod to ;He lands belonging to the .rs ot Meeker ICO SOU 1 11 UU I HI- l lfc i.hv v. 1 - Ih-J to ihe north-cast corner oi ino "". ".3 Baldwin- hcnce west"a th w 1,ue,' Thwav wf ''.'V vnd to the north and south centre binr. win s Ia"" . , i,:-!.-.- io place uf beginning. -: 1 u, 1. ..r 1.. ,.,! 3d tract, k iu- i the north-east comer ol f0l'Tr i 4?Sn.Uh, on the north and south cen hSf". north on said road 11 rods, thence Ue ri'V?;" .mfu nee north 6 rods, thence west uar fiTi .1.Th Sniith s .north line far enougVto . ... oull,iarics 114 acres 01 iauu, contain within said b.0"""''r -d smith's north line: ana 10 oc uouuuca sou. - r- f.-iiows: com- ''.r.ni.r of lands of Rob V, " " 11 T. rai.od, tDence wninvu M.imiv rtri llnlratn riiMrl t414. . i c i snid road 7 chains and 3 link 9 ict. thence east on said ieu ,?l&7ids to the abore north liuc of Mualaac A.Smitii v .v. fhnA described idecc or lot of land in Io 1 A . -vA li" and north on the west line of Find Linu the south the west hue of lands of Byron A. Vie i- on Mor line of lands of D. Xrowbridirc, thence. rows south hue to place ot beginning, V -.Und-23 23-2400 of an acre: also a tract in said lot 3 et ed aa follows: beginning at the south-east ot Isaac A. Mnitn, running west locnains n ua : the llolton road, theuce north on said road 12 cha ,nt tut 71 links tn liimlit nwuivl Kv A. llummason aL; 1. Baldwin, to J. and A. C. Jones', thence east lb chains txi links to lauds of I. A. Smith, thence south 12 chains To huks to the place ol beginning, to con tain 21 37-lUO acres of land. The first tract or 50 acres first described we ap; praise at 35 per acre, or 1750,00. The second, or io acres at or ii"j".H0. The third tract i pieces ots acres at or 1470.W). The object of the petition is to obtain a judgment against said Byron A. Viets and Apollus K. V iota on a note of hand given by them to said Butler, Ce cil, Rawson and Green, dated the 10th day of Sep tember, lbdl, payable lour months alter date, for the sum of 1j(a..j6. and to obtain an order of sale of said land to pay said judgment. The prayer of said petition is that a judgment be rendered on said note for the amount of the same with interest alter due at 7 per cent. SaiilByron A. Viets and Apol- , ius K. Vieiaare notified hereby that they are re-1 Hired to answer said petition by the 2bth day ot inril. lSoi or judgment will be rendered a;aiust them by default. II. I. CLARK, ten. n lW-'-fiw ri ns Any. 0;iie of lieu! Estate by order of Court. On the 13th day of March, 1S6?. between the hours ol one aud four o'clock iu the afternoon, at tbe door of the Court House in the town of Warren in the county of Trumbull and State of Ohio, will be sold to the hiichest bidder, the foilowinc real es tate as tho property of Stephen Burnett, dee d, to wit, situate in the township of Bracevillc in said county and State, and is known by being part of sec tion Id, and is bouuiled as lbllows: beginning at a post in the northeast corner of said section 16 and in the east line of the township, thence south along the east line of said section and township twenty six chains aud twenty-live links to a post, thence west on Jonathan Alien's north line seventeen chains and nlty-two links to a post and stones to another corner of said Allen's land, thence west eleven chains and ninety-two links to a stake in the centre of tho hifrhw.ny and in the east line of lands bchinfring to A. W. Parker, thence north along said east line ei(tht chains and forty-fwo links to a stone, thence north 4J, along the centre of the highway twelve chains and sixty-nine links to a stake in the center of the highway as now travelled leadingfrom Warren to Newton Falls, theuce south t;;." west a Innir said highway one chain and fifty-five links toa stake, thence north twenty-nine dewces west on the west line ot a small parcel ot lana ueeuca oy jonn W Freeman to liorrev Allen, two chains and sev enteen links to low water mark on the south side of the Mahoning river, tnence down said river on tne line of low water mark the several courses thereof, about 13, of easting to the north lino of said section, theuce east on said section line twenty chains to the place of beginning, containing scvcnty-eignt and 66-10U acres. Appraised at 30 per acre, and will be sold in parcels to suit purchasers. Payments to be made one-third cash in hand, one-third iu one year and one-third in two years. JULES J. McKAY. Adm'rof Feb. 12. '62-4w Stephen Burnett, dee'd. NOTICE. Uarrv Bea Estate of Junot Trobhdge, plff.. ll Harry Beach, Executor ofl In Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull county Byron A. Viets, Thomas Leonard f and Archibald McFarland, Jr I The above named Hefrmli.ntH. 1 Byron A. V ieu and Thomas Leonard, defendants, of the State of Wisconsin, will take notice that the plaintiff. Harry Beach, Executor, did on the 6ih day of F'ebruary. ls2. file his petition in the Court of Common Plea Trumbull county, against the above named de fendants, setting forth that on the 24th day of De cember, ltfciO, the said Trobridgo became surety for the payment ot a certain promissory note given Dy the said Viets to McFarland for the sum of i'HM, that said Viets has removed from the Stateof Ohio, and has not paid said note, and that said Viets has conveyed fraudulently all his real estate situate in said county to the said Leonard, who now olaiuis to own the same. That on the day of the filing of the said petition the plaintiff caused an order of attach ment to issue, wmcn nas oecn leviea upon saiu lanu. The nlaintiff Dravs for an order and iudgment a- rainst Ruid Viets. reauiring and comDclling him to pay said note and the interest, or on default thereof that an order issue to sell said tands tOJuiy tne same. The said Byron A. lets and Thomas Leonard are hereby notified that they are required to answer said petition on or bclbre the 5th day of April next. that an order will be given as prayed for in said petition. HARRY BEACH, Ex r. Feb. 12. '62-6w By Taylor i Jones, bis attya. dministrator'8 Sale of Eeal Estate. On the 20th day of March. 1862. .on the premi ses, in pursuance of an order of sale made on the 15th day of February, 1S02, by the Probate Court of Trumbull county, Ohio, to me directed I will offer sale at Public V endue, the following described lands, bcinc an equitable interest in the same own by Smith Bailey, dee d, to wit: situate in Bazetta township. Trumbull county. Ohio, and known as part of lot No. 35, in said township, and bounded as follows: beginning at the north-east corner of Con stant Rowlev's laud, thence west along the north line of said Rowley's laud to the lot line, thence north on the lot line to land deeded to John Weir, thence east on the north line of said Weir's land to centre of the ScoGcld road, thenee south to the place of beginning, containing thirty acres of land. Said lands will be gold subject to five hundred and thirtv dollars to become due to Solomon n.!ine as nurcbase money to wit: tl:JW on the first day of April next, aud four equal annual installments of SluO each from said first day of April next, with interest be paid annually. Said lands to be sold free of dower. Terms ls in land, iu one year, and in two years, said interest appraised at AitlU. li A v is. Adm'rof Feb. 19, '62-iw Smith Bailey, dee'd. A' OFFICIAL. Tiikasckt Depaetmekt, 1 February 4, 1S62. OLDERS of Bonds ol tho United States dated August 19. 1S61. and payable ture.e years from date, are hereby uotified that pro vision is made for the payment of the Coupons of semi-aunual interest which became due on the Uth instant, in coin, agreeably to their tenor by the Treasurer of the United States at Washington, or by iiuin v. wiv nnui.iiL, .wiUUidS M .ItH 1UIA, cosion anu I'uiiaucipuia. All such Coupons, together with schedules show. the number and amount of each Coupon and the aggregate sum ol cacti parcel, must be presented tor examination and verification at least throe full bu siness days Delore payment. B. r-. C11ASE, Feb. 19. 1S62-2W Secretary of the Treasury. to SllEMFF'S SALE. Warren Packard ) In the Court of Common vs Picas of Trumbull county, Geo. II. Little et al J Ohio. By virtue of an order of sale in the above case is sued out of the court of common pleosof said coun ty of Trumbull in the State of Ohio, and to me di rected and delivered, 1 will offer at public sale on Wednesday the 5th day of March, 1862, one o'clock, p. of said day, at the Centre Ho- in tne township ol .Mecca, iu said county, the lul I Iiwin property, viz: A eertain house known as the Centre Hotel, and a brn adjacent thereto, situate the township of Mecca, county of Trumbull, and State of Ohio upon a certain lot of land known as of the Mead Farm, and owned by A. A. Goff, on the west ?ide of the highway running; north south through faid township known as the Sco ficldroad. Terms cash. J.U. BUTLER. Sh'ff. Feb. la, lS"i2-2w SHERIFF'S SALE. Lyman Merwin et al 1 In Court of Common use of Barney C. AlleD Pleas of Irumbull couu s ty.Ohio. A. S. Beaile f By virtue of an execu issued out of the said Court and to me deliver ed. I have levied upon and shall expose at Public Auction in front of the Court-house in Warren, Saturday the ISth day of March, lsea, 1 o'clock P. M., the following described property wit: lots No. S) and a, in block io in the Village Newton Falls, with a dwelling-house thereon erected, and bounded on the south by Jay street, by the Presbyterian Church, on the north by property owned by H. A. Dubois, and on the east by Swilly. Appraised at ill Terms cash. Feb.l2.1862-5w VTLVt, THOMAS HUDSON'S ESTATE. Ifotiee is hereby riven that tho subscriber has appointed and qualified administratrix on estate of Thomas Hudson, late of Lordstown, Trumbull county, Ohio, deceased. Feb. IB. 18U2-Sw MART. R. HTJDSOX T)OLLY H. DONNAU'S ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that the subscriber baa appointed and qualified as Executor on the es tate of Polly H. Donnau, late of Trumbull county, Ohio, deceased. Feb. 19. Ia62-3w JAMES SCOTT. A. of of be in X A. ii by the said S will WOSTIIOLil'S POCKET Knives, -' the largest and best assortment ever brought to this part of the State, now on exhibition PACKARD'S. fil be and the NOTICE. John Kingaley, pl vs Byron A, Viets-. Tho'mas Leonard and Archibald OlcrariaiKl, jr., delta. In Court of Common Picas of Trumbull Co Ohio. The above named By- yie sum t $300. that said Viets has removed to tl ?u .e.i -?c?.ns,n' nd hM no' Pa'd note, ai that Uic" aid lets has conveyed fraudulently ull his rr' ""ate situate in-said county, to the sa ron A. V irts and Thomas Leonard, defendants, of i?"01""' W isconsin, will take notico that John Kmgsley of said county, did on the 6th day of Feb ruary, 1, file his petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull county, against the said dciend- f"fk"lnlortntnatontho;'ln 0ly f January. ltyj'J. Uie -ma plaiutiff became surety for the pay ment of a eertain promissory note given hv Brron A. viets to the said Archibald McFarland. Jr.. for the sum f $300, that said Viets has removed to the and Leonard, who nn ,t.;m. ... An .i.. 1 n the same day the plainti ff caused an order of at tachment to issue, which has been levied upon said land; the plaintiff prays for an order and judgment against said V iets, requiring and compelling him to pay said note and the interest, or on default there of tnat an order issue to sell said lands to pav the same, lne said Byron A. Viets and Thomas Leon ard are hereby notified that they are reouircd to answer said petition on or before the 5th dav of April next, or that judgment and order will be giv- " Pryed for in said petition. F cb. 12, liK2-6w JoH X KIN'GSLE Y. By Taj-lor t Jones, his atiys. TUOTICE. 9 JL . ,L. C. Jones. Assignee of Aldrich t Beach, Pftf 1 In Court of Cbm r 1 mon Pleas, of Truin- Byron A. Viet? Apollus fbull County. State of a.. VicU, Deft. J Ohio. The said Byron A. Viets and Apollus K. Viets, of the State of Wisconsin, will take notice that L. C. Jones as Assignee of Aldrich Jc Beach, did on the 27th day of January. A. D. 1S62 file his Petition in the Court of Common Pleas within and lor the County of Trumbull, and State of Ohio, against the said defoodants: aettinr forth thnt tho inid defen dants are indebted to the plaintiffs in the sum of One Hundred and Eighty Dollars and Forty CenU, with interest from tlmt dute nil thnt an the s.ltne day the said plaintiff filed his affidavitt in attach nieuL and that an order of attachment has been is sued by said Court, which has been levied upon cer tain property of the defendant Byron A. Viets, in the said County of Trumbull. The said defendants are hereby notified that they are required to appear and answer said petition on or before the 5th day of April neit. L. C. JON K3. Feb. 12, '62-6t By Tayler k Joaes his Atfys NOTICE. John Kingsley, Prf.! In Court of Com- r mon Pleas of Trum- Byron A. Viets, Dcf 't J bull County, Ohio. In r Attachment. The aaid defendant in this action is hereby noti fied that a petition against hitn was filed by the plaintiff in said Court, on the 7th day of February, A. l. 1862, setting forth that the defendant - is in debted to the plaintiff, upon a note executed and delivered by defendant to plaintiff on the 25th day of February A. D. Is59, which note by iLs terms is wholly due and unpaid, and thattaid petition prays judgment against said defts on said note for the sum of One Hundred and Forty-Seven Dollars and nine-ty-ono cents and interest from January 1st, 1S62. Said defendant is further notified that he must an swer said petition by the 5th day of April next, or in default thereof judgment will be rendered as orayed for in said petition. TAYLOR A J0XE3. v'eb. 12. "62-61 Atfys for Plaintiff In Magis trate' Court ss. riE State of Ohio,) , bull county. J . xiuii uiu cunuun n . a-, 'rew Gard TJ.BclI. Anu ecseHer. obert Jewc.L nryWU- vt imam vtners under name Modbury, pa i- H. UuU and style o. k Co- plihiLffs, James nir Hntwrt bert, John Thomas, He. linma Ilftvi.l .l.x.n.'. Harris. John Phillips. Cu XI T . 1 1. .nuiKiiM, Aaviu li tl lit . . John Williams, partners a"d firm name of Jas. U. !." Ca H.ili.nil'inta I an order of attachment was Is. '"eu against defendants, which has b wn nomas arles vid Before JfilTerson Palm, J.P. of War ren. The defendants are notified that Jan. 29, ISoJ. they were sued before the aforesaid Jef ferson Palm, J. P by plaintiffs for the sum of 415t,70, aid that in said action )r like amount, iuly served up- is continued k r. m.. at he Peace, nn thntr nrnno.tv nnrl thi.1 a.i.l CASC for trial until March 22, 18ri2, at 2 .'c1" the office of the aforesaid Justice n arren. Irumbull county. Ohio. - - . "ct . HUTCHINS. RATLLFF k FO RR , iff ten. 12, 12 Attys ,or 1 Uf S UERIFF'S SALE. Moses H. Jewell 1 In Court of Common . 'a5 vs lot Irumbull county, Ohiv " . Jnhn Suttle and f By virtue a decree of com Elisabeth Suttle 1 and order of ln in h bove case to me issued and delivered, I am ordered to and shall sell nt Public Auction at the door ofthc court-house in Warren between the hours of 10 and 4 o clock on Saturday the I5th day of March, 18G2, the following described premises, viz: situate in the townsnipol Vernon, in said county of irumbull and Stale of Ohio, and is known by being part of lot No. 6 in the township aforesaid, hounded as follows: commencing in the centre of the Pymatuning creek, at the northwest corner of ltalsa Clark's lands, thence east along the north line of the lands of Ral sa Clark 69 chains W links, thence north ti chains and 12 links, thence east 3 chains and501inks,thcnce north 52 east 6 chains and 82 links, thence east 57 chains 72 links, thence north along the west line of Keuben sponsaler s land b chains and bU links to the south line of lands of Ebcn Clark, thenee westward ly along the division line as established by Sherman Coolcy, Surveyor, between lands of Aaron Clark and Eben Clark, following the several courses there of to the lands of Swnrtz's heirs, thenee west along tne soutn line ot bwarti s neirs to tnc centre ol the creek, thence down the creek to the place ot begin nins: also another niece of land in said bit Nu. 6. commencing at tbe southwest corner of lands of Swarts's heirs, thence north along the west line of the bwarti s land and in continuation thereof 8 chains and SO links, thence west to the centre of the creek, thence down the courses of tho creek to the f.lacc of t?jrinnin, cotltuinUig 1i) said two pieces of and one hundred and forty-two and 32-100 acres of land, being aU ot tbe Anson Uoe tarm except t'$ acres set off to Eben Clark. Appraised aljUJjiiOO lemis casn. Feb. 12. 18C2 J. G. BCTLER. Sheriff. T EGAL NOTICE. I 1 Frederic Shull 1 Tn the Court of Com. Pleas vs f of Trumbull county. State of Keuben Minit, rctnjunio. Mayes, Uriah Snyder I The said Reuben Shnll is and Allison Chew, j hereby notified that Frederic Shull on tne 1st day ol rebruary, fsoJ, filed tiis pe tition in the Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull county, against the said Reuben Sbull, the object and prayer ot wbicn petition is. to subject certain lands situate in said county, belonging to said Ren ben Shull to the payment of a certain bond given by the said defendant Shull for $2,0fAt 00, secured by mortgage to the said- plaintiff, and for other and proper relief. The said Keuben Shull must appear and answer said petition by the ith day of .March next, or decree will be taken according to the pray er of the petition, and an order of sale issued to sell said Real Estate as upon execution at law. FREDERIC SI1ULL, Feb. 5, '62-6w. By Tiylob k Junes, bis Attys. TIIE State of Ohio, Trumbull Co. In the Court of Common Pleas. h. 11. Hutchins ) JNotice to Detcndanta. F. R. Jones, J. H.J Jones, W m. Harris, Keese .vaos,and Jos. layler. The defendants will take notiee that on tho 27th day of January. 1K2. plaintiff filed his petition in said Court, setting forth that on the 27th day of December, 1800. be with E. Sankey and James Raney. sold, by writton contract id' that date, to said defendants, eertain premises in Mecca, said county, known as lot No. 10. in the -Hutchins plat, nlat recorded in Irumbull County Bonk ot Maps, page 87.for the sum of three hundred dollarsM one nunureu in nana, one nuuurea wuiy isi, ioi, and one hundred October 1st, 1W1, with interest, that there is. due upon said contract the sura of two hundred dollars with interest from 27th December, lSoU, that plaintiff is now the sole owner of said premises and entitled to said amount, that said 6rst parties have done all things bylhein to be dune. and that plaintiff has been and still is ready and willing make to defendants a warranty deed of said premises upon payment of said purchase money. Plaintiff prays judgment for said sum and costs. Order of attachment also issued on said 27th Jan- nary. letenlants will appear anu answer by tne 22d day of March, 1H62, or judgment will be Liken against them by default, for said amount of $200, with interest from 27th Dec. lSc. Jan. Zi, Ti2-w CO.V k SPEAK, Attys for Fill. THE Stato of Ohio, I In the Court Trumbull county, ss. of Com. Pleas. Clarrissa A. Kcitcr ) vs f ine said 3ianassas neuer is Manassas Rcitcr. 1 hereby notified that Clarissa Reitcr did on tho 7th day of February, 1S6J. filo her petition in the office of the Clerk of the Court Common Pleas within and for tho county of Trnmbull and State of Ohio, charcinx the said Ma nassas Kcitcr with having deserted her and having adulterous intercourse with women whose names are to her unknown, the particular times and places which adultery sue is unanto to state, and charg ing him the said Manassas also with extreme cruel ty and gross neglect of duty, and praying that she divorced from tbe said Manassas and be granted alimony and the custody of rheir children, that an injunction has been granted restraining tho said Manassas Keiter from in any manner interfering with the said children now in her custody, and from any manner interfering with or disposing of his lands situate in the Village of Xiles, in said county and State, and restraining J. W. Stewart and Mor gan Craul from paying over to said Manassas any part OI mar lnucoicuness io mm, w uicu saiu peti tion will be for hearing on or alter the 26th day of March. and at tne dlarcn term next ot said Court, application will be made by said Clarrissa to have alimony granted ner pending tins suit, wfticu said petition the said Manassas is required to ap pear and answer on or before the hearin? of the same. CLARISSA A. KEITER. Feb. 12, 06w Py hor Attys Xuttle A Stull. . to VTOTICE. 1 Baldwin k Morrow. Pl'fi.) In th? Court re of Com. Plea of Byron A. Viets, Def'L j Trum. Co.. Ohio. In Attachment. Tho said defendant in this action is heredy noti fied that the plaintiff did nn the 27 th day of Janurry, D. ISOi tiled their petition in said Court setting forth that the defendant is indebted to the plaintiffs Don a certain promissory note, made and delivered the defendant to the plaintiff ou the !i!rd diy of oepterooer a. u. icsi, ior me sum oi two Hun dred Dollars payable in one day after date, and that said note is due and wholly unpaid, and that plaintiff demauds judgment airainst said defen dant for the sum of i04,lj. with interest from the filing of said petition. And, that an order of attach ment has been issued in said case, which has been served on property of the defendant situate in this County. The defendant Is further notified that he must an- ear and answer said petition on or before the 5th ay of April next, or in default thereof, judgment be rendered u prayed in said petition. BALDWIN MORROW, Feb. 12. fS-6t By Taylor k Jones their Att'ys Ihe State of Ohio,! In the Court of Common Pleas. TV I Trnmbull County. -nn Fnrnev Plff 1 vs Divorce and Alimony. Georee Furney, Deft, j ........ The defendant George Furrier is notified that the plaintiff did on the 8th day of January, A. D. ,lSo2 ln the Clerk'a fltt.ci. at 'said Court, her petition charging that the said defendant bad been wiillul ly absent from her for more than three years, and proving that the marriage contract subsisting be tween herself and defendant, be dissolved, that she restored to her maiden name Smith, that she be decreed the eustody and control of her two children that she be further decreed the sum of three hnnrlred dollars mjt alimony. Said defendant is fur ther notified that said eause will be for hearing at March term of mo, Lourt,i'i commencing JInrch3d. WMTPORTER. Jan. 23, "6w Atty for Pli vt n An day of -Feb.UIWi SHERIFF'S SALE. Henry A. DuBcU) In Court of Com. Plea of Cyrus Bosworth et al.f . By virtue of an order of said Court to me directed and dcliverea. a suau -fer for sale at Public Auction at tne door of the Court House in Warren, Saturday tbe 8th day of March, 1S63, between the hours of one and four o'clock P. t. of said day, the following described premises situatein the townships of Hrtwland, Lordstown and V eath ersfield, in said counfTf described as follows: fitty four 54) acres of land in tho township of Howland. which is bounded north and cast by the Mahoning river, south by the township line between said How land and Weathersfield. west by tbe Warren and Howland township line, also, 61 70-100 acres direct ly south of the above described tract in tho town ship of Weathersfield. and bounded north by the town line between Howland and Weathersfield; cast by the Mahoning river, and on the south by lands now occupied by Charles Bosworth; west by said "Bosworth and the Lordstown town line; the whole being part of the old Cyrus Bosworth rami, which is aoi'i-nised at til Der acre, subject to its proportion of a Mortgage of $2715, now held by the State of Uonmctieut against the aoove aeseriDcu premises, together with oil SO-loO acres now occupied ty Chas. Hosworth: Also, sixty-nine and "O'-Ku ecres of land situate in sn.id tuwnshio of Wcatnersficld. ap bounded north by tlie above described 61 70-100 acre tract: east by the said lot and Jlahomng river; south by a 43 acre tract now .occupied by Charles Bos worth. and west by tne ..Lordstown town line. and appraised at $30 per acre, suhjoct to its pro portion of the Connecticut Mortairo, in common with tho 54 and 61 70-100 acre tract aa above describ ed. Also, tittccn andonc-Palf acres ot land m How land township, bounded south-went by the Mahon in riven north-east by tho Pennsylvania and Ohio ' .. 1 .. 1 .k 1 I . . l-l. 1 ... .. . which is appraised at $5 per acre. Also, a small gore of land in Lordstown ginning at r. point m I eathcr?eld and Lori rods south of the corners of the townships, and where a narrow lane intersects said township line, thence westward along said lane from tbe road to the river to the centre of tho highway leading from Warren to Caniield, thenee southward along said highway to the north lino of the lands deeded to Charles Bos worth, thence cast along said north line tosaid town line, aud thenee north to 4he place of beginning, which is appraised at f25 per acre. Terms cash. J.G.BUTLEU. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren, Feb. 5, ls62. O HE RIFF'S SALE. O A. A Isaac F. Hutchins, Plus. " In Court of vs 5 pTr acre! Al, a small township, bounded, .be- IS .hm7t rdJtowa township about 38 lcom.preMof!"rarkct--StVeet, i. ) Trum. Co.. O. Cvnthia Iliitchins and others Defts. Bv virtue of an order of sale in Partition, issued by the Court of Common Picas of Trumbull county,. Ohio, to mo directed and delivered, on thc2itb. day of January, 132, I will offer at Public Sale at the door of tho Court liouso in Warren, in said county, on Saturday the 8th day of March, 1H02, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. M. and 4 o'clock, r. M., of said day, the following described premise situate in Vienna township, in said county, -and State, and bezinninr at tho north-east corner of kit 4., and running south to the south-east corner of lot 4o, thence west to the south-east corner of lands for merly sold to Samuel Alunson, Jr.. by James J. Truesdalc, thenee north on a line parallel with the east line of said lot, till it intersects tire line of the highway leading to Warren, and being bounded north by the highway running east and west through the centre of lenna, and contains seventy-six t.o acres and two roods and imrtv-three rods ot land. and being tbe :tine lands couvcyed by James J. TruCMialc and wile to O."rdon JIutehins by deed da- -ted Nov. 10th, lo7, excepting from said land thef'd- lowing part thcreut to wit: beginning at tne north east eorncr of lot 45. and ruuuing south one hun dred and thirty-seven roils and nineteen links on the east lino of said lot, thence -west twenty-two rods on a line parallel witli tne noun lineot said lot. thence north to the highway iu a line parallel with the east line of said lot 45, thence east to the place of beginning, containing eighteen acres, three roods and thirty rods of laud, be the same more or less. Subject to the dower estate in fourteen acres (14 as assigned to said Cynthia Hutchins, described as follows to wit: commencing at thenortneast corn er of the land above set forth, thenee west on the road so far as to mciude the homestead house and barn, thence south so far that a line running cast parallel with the north lino will include tlie tour teen acres of land. Appraised at 21) per acre, sub ject to said Cower Estate. Terms Cash. J.ti. BUTLER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren. Feb. 5. 1S62. s UElilFF'S SALE. Adm'r of J. W. Wolcolt ) In Trumbull coma- tv Court of Common Oeorge L. Holmes et ai J Pleas. Bv virtue of aa alias order of sale issued out of I the Court of Common Pleas, to me directed and de i, -ercd, I shall otter at Public Sale at the door of I tue Court House in H arren, in said couuty, on tarday the 8th day or March, ittCS, "clock P. M. of said day. the following de a &- d R Estate to wit: situate in Farmington, srribv lunty, Ohio, known as part of lot N o.30. IP, and is bounded as follows to wit: e east line ol ttio north and soutn rr..mu. e. L.i.;iinin.. " l --. i- -1' centre road a. ? . -nd river, thenee following the to the centre ol , "n direction o rods and lo links, channel iu a non. post str.nding on the we-t thence east Jt) rods. ed by Harvey W. Collar, line of land formerly ''U.tti chs.) lrods andone thence south-on said lift e 'thwest corner of said liuk to a post, being the Collar, thence east on lands formerly owned by saa. oUs and 2.'-! links to said Collar's old south line Hi." -. -t No. iti, thence a post on tho east line of said nksto-a post at soutii on said lot line 3 rods Ilia irs of Josiah the eorncr of lamls owned by the . -id Wolcott's W. Woleott, dee'd, thence west on north and heirs north line 2oS rods to the line of ti. ce of be south ceutre road, thence north to tho pu if land. ginning, containing ol acres and tin4 rods 'itnier e the same more or less. Appraised nuder . order at 22 per acre. Terms Cash. . J. ii. Bt'TLER, Sucria. onena s umce, rv arren, r co. o, ibtc OHEKIFF'S SALE. kj Jesse Dailcy 1 In ("onrt of Com- - - rVaionPltHOt Tnun Jeremiah Reeves and others. ) bull county, Uhio. By vircue of an order f sale i-sueJ from the Court of Common Pleas of Truoibull county, Ohio, to me directed and delivered. I shall offer for sale at Public Auction at the door of the Court House in vt arren, on Katardajr tbe 8th dsjr of Jlarrh, 1SC2, at 1 o'clock r. m. of said day. the following: decrih- cl real estate situate in tne town-sbin nt Kinsman, of said county, vrz: parcel 1st is in lot Xo. 17, and id bounded north by la mis. a parted and set off to tieo. birrell; west by lands sett oil to the heirs and loral rcDresentativcs of Bcthiah Clark, dee'd: east by the centre of the Hid Ahll Road, and south by the centre of the Greenville Road, eontaininc 13 acre ol land. Apprau-ea at -1 oj-ltii per acre. Parcel 2d is in lots .No. lo and 17. and is bounded north bv the centre uf the Greenville road: east bv lands of James Kins: south and west by lands of David Ijracken, containing three acres ana 01-llAJ. Annraistsi at ejft ncr acre. Parcel '.id is bounded west bv lands beTonsiinz to heirs of Alex.' Waid, north and south by lunds of David Bracken, and containm? J and 3I-1UU acres ol land. Appraised at $L1 per acre, terms casn. J. U. J5UTJ.EK, SUeriff. Sherirs Office. Wamn, Feb. 5. laiJ. CARD. E, B. TAYLOK, formerly of Raven na, and L. C. Jones, of Ilartford. havins en tered into a co-Dartnorshin for the Dractice of Law in tire Counties of Trumbull, I'orta.'C aud Mihon intr. wilkf.Liihfullv attend to all business entrustci to their care in the line of their profession in those counties. Office at Warren. Ohio, in the baiMine: formerly occupied bv Forrist k Burnett, on tho Cast side of tne Public biuare, where on. of the firm will be found at all times when not absent oa professional Dullness. L. C. Jones will, for the present, remain at his old office in Hartford. E. B. TAVLOll. Jan. 1, loU L. C JO Kd. NEW ROOMS! NEW GOODS ! MRS. KING would inform her friends and the publio generally, that she has opened her new rooms over Andrews k Weeks' Store, on Market btreet, where she is otiening the most desirable lot of goods in her line, ever brought this place. Thankful for favors received during ner resiacnee in uiis town, sne nopes oy Keeping a good stock always on hand, and by promptness in doing business, to merit and receive a continuation them. Deo. 19th. 'CO. MRS. M. A. CLXG. LADIES Hats and Caps, of ail kiuds, kept constantly on hand and for sale at -MRS KINO'S LOWERS and RIBBONS of new and desirable patterns and colors rl MUA KING'S. LADIES' and Misses' Nets, and. al most every thing usually kept in a Millinery Store, at MRS. KING'S L S IBERAL Discount Trade, as usual. mado to the MRS. KING. CXIOX PC3IP FACTORY. TONE PUMPS of the very. Lest Quality manufactured at the Union FactoeA at arren. where purchasers can be supplied at ail times on as accommodating terms as at any other snop. i-iiniiis to wnoiesaic dealers delivered at tne Cars. No Drayagc. April 21, ltt L REUBEN MILLER. "T HE UNI0 N. " Ar.Cn STREET ABOVE TIIIRD. Philadelphia. UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. This Hotel is central. Convenient by Passenger r-r ta all narts of the City, and iu every particular adapted to the comfort and wants of the i r i i : T..m. f Titk rv a v rl r. v X Traveling Public Terms, I,30 per day. Frederick Cyriax, CLEVELAND CITY, French Tye ing and Cleaning Establishment, Ifo, W. Sene ca street, (near St. Clair Cleveland, Ohio. ' Ladies' Gentlemen's garments, silks, satins, merinos, etc., dyed aud finished in superior style. Particular attention given to cleaning crape and broc ha shawls, or damask curtains, kid gloves, plumes, etc. Silk Dresses, Mantillas, Coats, Vests and Pants, cleaned without ripping. Dec 5, '61-6in. i... tip we T I in aco, T. Late Wade Cheese Wanted. W2 will Pay. the hig! price in Cui for any amour mild Cheese. Feb. 5. 'oi-tt hent market amount late made soft McCuMBS k oMUHS. NOTICE. ' . . Notice is hereby riven that land warrant No. 12333 for 80 acres of land issued to me on the 20th of Nov, l&o, has been lost, and that I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Pensions for a reissue the lost warrant. CYNTH IA HUTCHINa. Viunna. Irumbull Co, Ohio, i'eb.S, leo2-6w DMINISTRATOE'S NOTICE. XjL The undersigned hsa been duly appointed administrator with the will annexed of the last will testament of Caroline Morehouse, late of Fow ler. Trumboll county, Ohio, dee'd. 5IIL0 DrOAJ. of tir j FULK & WEIR, (Suocessors to Fields k Weir.) WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IX CKOCKERY i ' . GIHtand Plain China War&, LfVer- r i tv... r ' i u ' I pool Ware, Bntania Ware Ware, Look- GLwm. Also ideeca Oil and Oil Lamps, Table J ooden Vt Are-, and everything m thehouse- keeping line generally lf Toa r"nt ot any goods above mentioned, call at tne Crockery Store Opposite U1E jnwiiv. iru.u,iou Toa Setts at the " CROCKERY FTORE. " Tccca Oil Lamps chcap-at t he . ll CROCKERY STORE. f you wan t a Sett of Dishes for Five L Dollars, call at the CROCgERY STORE. npo see yourself as others soo yon, JL buy a Looking Glass of FCLK k WEIR. f j-ou want a Sett of Diahe3 worth L Twenty Dollars, call at the CROCKERY STORE. Wash Tnbs, Wash Boards, Clothes Pins Clothes Baskets and Brooms at the IFeb. 5, 1862. CROCKERY STORH. j TTOWAKD ASSOCIATION, Phila wn J"! d.lohi4for tht Relief of the Sick and Die- traued-ajrUcted Kiih YiriUami Chronic IHettue,. , .CTVud Oraan,. . . Medicol Advice given Gratis V the Acting Sur- '"vn'lnable REPORTS on SPERMATORRHEA or SEMINAL WEAKNESS, ami otherliisenj.es of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES em ployed in the Dispensary, sent in sealed letter envel opes free of charge. Address la. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, . . -. . Howard Association, Tov. 10. '61-tf ; PIANOS ! PIANOS X! IIICKE 4c. TAITKOT, Empire Block, arj X.a. now receiving Pianos from four different manufactories, nnrsnea in me mom oeauiuui styie, with all tho latest improvements in the action as well as the cases. As we are not agents for onr msnnfacturers, bnt Durchase all-our instruments mostly tor lash, we are able to sell them, in fet( cheaper than they can be bought at retail in New ork. All persons wishing to purchase a good Piano, will 6nd it to their own interest to call on us before pur chasing at some other plaei. All kinds of musical instruments takca in ex change. All kinds of instruments inned and repaired by a practical Piano maker.lu good style, and all work warranted. Dee. 21. "59 s TONE.PUilP WATER PIPE and sc fibers, havinc onlanreil t'fir Factory, adding new machinery, buildings nd kliu. are now prepared to manuractarvtuurderall kinUof Stone Pumr. Pipe. Tile and Ware All kinds ol' thews article constantly on hand. Wo in rite tho attention of old customers and will bo happy to see many new ones. Orders solicited, and when received will have prompt at tention. LUVKLKiS fc HAYMAKilR. Warren, 0., Sept. 5. 100. BUK1AL CASKS A full assort ment of METALIC BURIAL CASES just re ceived. These Cases beins perfectly air-tight, very much retard decomposition, and entirety prevent the escape of any onensive xas: and are well adap ted to the preservation and transportation of the body. An assortment alwaya on hand. Orders from a distance promptly attendf-d to. XKL'KSDKLL k TOWXSEXD. "Warren. 0 June lo lsOt. N JOTJCE. Baldwin & Morrow pl3s1 VpJ w Tn Conrt of Com. Pload of Trum bull Ohio. Viets, defendant. j ( In Attachment. 1 lie suiu aeienuants in ims action are hereby no tiiicl thnt the plaintin did on the 27th day of Jan uary, LSOJ, tile their petition in said court sett ins; forth among other thimrj that the defendants are iu debted to the plaintitTs in the snm of two hundred and eighteen dollars and ninety cents upon a cer tain promissory note made end delivered to the plaintiffs by the defendant on tbe ZSl d:ty of Sep tember, liiil, for tho suiu'of three hundred and thirteen doliar and nhiety-two cents, payable in one dr-y after date, and that the fa id sum of two hum! red and eifhteoa dollars and ninety cents is due thereon at the date of the tiling said petition, and that the plaintiffs have caused an order of at tachment to- be issued in said-case, which has been served upon property of the defendants situate in this county. The defendants are hereby notified th:it they mut answer s.iid petition by the'Xh day of April next, ami in default thereof judgment will be zivcu as prayed for in said petition. BAUAVIX A MORROW. Feb. 12. '62-6w By Taylor dc Jones, attys for pl. Boots and Shoes for AIL fThe undersigned bavini arjain rd JL snmed business, resricctfnlly informs the pub lic that he is now prepared to furnish goods in their lino ai tne cneaoest rates, liavina .xiericnci.d wurameu-ne is prepared to execute all orders lor BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS, BOYS aniMISSES WEAR ! ' averr style and variety. Havinr received 1 -lot of goods from the East, they are dcterniin- to DO undersold by any in thi kusweaa. ' CUSTOM WOEK, vri 3wavs Prompt attention, and having expa-ienceawo. wlactlonMt (rk as any .of our comp w AKiU.3.. tp v, ,n want t.' the finest and Xi 7 ,t Inr-Tjiilics' Gtt'erBooU, call at best fih. m a,cr UB WARREX'S. TF you vant to btl-v tlie Cnctt aDtl JL best fitting Gt ' VAKBEN-s. E F vou want au'Vtcin?;in iu ui " II saw outh s or Infant s 5L v a IF you want to IrSY ny articles usiuilly kept in first class Bot sl,oe' call on Warren and save 20 per cfc rurca.- " lorcasn. Warren employs none Di and can warrant hrs work to give go. " JMistasuon. eation on ilarket M., near the K !'?; Warren, Jan. , 'U2-tf. D. II. V AKRKN. 1852. McLainfc Son's INSURANCE OPFICl?. AVARRtX, O. CAPITAL REPRESENTED. Twelve Million . Dollars ! ! IIIXTS TO THE PEOPLE. ' WE again call the attention of the People to the fact that we are readv at all times to inure their property against loss or damage by Fire. We represent Companies whose joint cap ital is upwards of TWELVE MILLIOX DOLLARS, and whose reputation bas been tried in tho fiery furnao and came forth untarnished. - . THEY PAY ALL LOSSES! rpiIE JJEW YEAU. Are you iu- JL sarcdforlSj2iii ft good Company and Tor a sulucieD. amount? B OCIUS COilPANIES." Uenrj and when Agents oner to insure you at hall price see if there isn't a 'cat nnder the meal.' " SAP the rife, ; pany." ITAL. Ben Franklin thought I a . UaswI '.Cm. fsr-Tth wa "seMm. it'o. and a policy of Inaiurauceiii capital euia- TVTE i ning may supply the lack of strength, noth ing will supply lue UCK 01 food usuraiKe aivci a Fire. riUKE FOK NERVOUSNESS. Th. Cm 4..11 wnn'i tap vonr nerves if von ret McLain k Son to insure yuu. LL LUCE To et insured at a low rate, and find after a fire that tho Company a wild cat institution, iieuexpay asounu com pany a fair rate, aud be secure RDEE "Order ia Heaven's 0 first your lnsumnce with McLaiu fc &n. PROTECTION. Be imluHtrious economical and insure with McLain It !ori and insure you against want, indolence and rc. H AUD TIMES. ".Money is too bo" of A. large Pofas. ' Cane n - Short, 'ed A order pot. . One T) -IV wouid have more money if 'iur house should burn down without insurant? Doultryit. , EAD the above hints, and invrard- l. lv direst them. Then act upon them. A man Howland read our advertisements three months got insured, burnt out. and is now one thousand dollars better off for it. You cau't afford to lose your property, so refuse to run any risk, and call an J. McLain i Son and gat a food Policy of Insu rance. T.J.MtL.iWAgOH, Warren, Ohio. T..J. KcLAIN & SON, W.VKREX, OHIO. - - Loan Monet, Discoust Papeb, Etjy and Sell Exchange on Eastern Cities, and Eu rope, Insurance Companies represented with stock Twelve Million Dollars, Legal and Collecting Business promptly attended to. Interest piid oa De posits. . . . .... Warren. P.. Feb. 5. 1V5?. . Western ; Reserve Seminary, - FARMI.VGTOX, OHIO. The Sprins: Term .Trill comrneneo Mareh H. - Those who desire to study amid sale.'but cheerful, snrroundinrs, and at a moderate, expense, will hero find a cor dial welcome. The win , term, now in progress, is w.-ll attended, and an ...li.j tnint i. dLtolaved bv the stndents. almost without exception. There seems to bo en- thai at cheap, in stock kinds. Beef. other Can, X 1 aud Conuty ditch a F. day file be ty sioners opening owning mnuettces tending 10 corrupt ins moral I character.. Facilities for Icarrrmg mumc fur-. Diliicu mm u.iviui . W'm. D. Archbold, or Feb. 5, m-l-i 1 ue r-rjiiriimi. nev.i i a . 11 k k ft p 1 Trw. Eg. Board. Feb. DRS. W0RTM1N & SH1NXCN (i AS KILL HOUSE. WARREN, T on T Thursday. Jan. 23d. again Teb. zrin. and arain April 3d. Drs. W. k 3. call Be.r attenti ot the amicted to the fact that they nara been visiting Warren regularly evory monta lor !.i vr. ik. ,h.i., hat they do fear to come back wner- tlwy have done bun"r farther, they expect to visit regularly lor the L" to eoiue. They have mad. ebronio di tne ?L Scir study and have treated them almost ex Cutlcrr, 'f, number of years and elaim far better ZtJL ,imn eonld reasonsbly be expected from nave a LOCAL PHYSICIANS. They now large number of cases in this and the adjoining counties, many of whom had Ir f Lv of whom who they have rucetully curedrmany of whom are well known in 'J""".1'?' u'ES" k Shannon will both be around together Uiu. uip and especially invite the amicted to call. - Dyspepsia and Liver Disease. - t : . tAMeni. morale? no you niewitn a eoaica -,' bad tasie in the mouth and poor appetite ''r fctT Do vou feel when you first get up so wees: and languid yovrean scaroely gt about . W J hae a diixineaa in the head at time and otten a dullness, wiih headache occasionally T Are year bowels costive and irregular and appetite change able Do yon reft up wind from the stomach. ant do you bloat up otten T Do you feel a fullness alter cation and a goneness when the stomach is empty . DoyAu have beart burn oecajion.liy ? J:"J low spirited and look on the dark side of tmngsl Art yo" not unusually nervous at times'! Do yo not become restless and often Wy nutU m;dr,ishtTe fora ron oan go to sleep t And then, at times, don t you feel duuSdsleePT most of th. time? Is our ikia dry and scaly? also tallow? In short t u not your Ufa aburthen. full of lorsbodrcgs? Jf-w. these. Mtibs symptoms generally present, bat not always Jii o." eS and ther.are -ff4"0? ing daiiy from them, and we pledge '"f; lB ftfetofivaprMcrrptiont. lo d"" away and! completely car too patient, "ff'" .behote physical and "'KJ make life a blessing in piacs ot a hurthsa. J!, those who have tried nntil tired f, "" iVJ give us one lair trial and w .candidly ?. J irid what is above set forth. Try two prescriptions and we can in that time satisiy we- ihotv , Tti. We call especial attention to. our almost inyaluapi; treatment iu the above diseases. i'roce utmw. Salt Rheum and Scald HeacL We claim positively to euro every ease of thssa diseases. This is a positivo fact, and we will Pledga ourselves to give $50 to any case of the kind that w cannot cure and we generally cure with one preecnp- URcfcr to Austin Sigler, Fowler: J. H. Casterline, Bom-U: Mrs. L. Blackourn, Newton ialls, Henry Cook. Bloomfield. -- - " " " WAENING AND ADVICE? CUixtnSimA you so forth Jo battla, by n means provide youpseif with a good supply of fer ry Davis' Pain Killer" it may be the means of sav ing your life from many diseases incident to camp lii'e it has saved mine but be sure you get the pure Perry Davis Pain Killer, it is the only reliable prep aration of the kind in all eases. FRIENDS OF TIIE SOLDIER. let me say to you in brotherly kindness, put a Bible in one end of the Soldier's Kit and & bottle of ine Perry Davis Pain Killer in the other, and it may be the means of insuring his safe return trust to no other prci-aratiou. FARMERS, provide yourselves with Perry Davis Pain Killer at this season of the year when Cholic, Cholera Mor bus, Dysentary. Diarrhoea 4c. may disable your bands use it in every ease of the kind, and my ears for it, if it doe not effect a speedy cure but be sura you trust to no other remedy but the old long tried Perry Davis Pain Killtr which has never to my knowledge failed. and especially mcthers who have the more ahmedi ute eare of children, permit sne to say. with candid earnestness never lay down to rert atnktht with tho health and happiness of yourchildren atheart. with out having Uie Perry Davis Pain Killer at hand trust to no other paiu preparations and panaceas they may and often do fail in critical cases but tho Perry Davis never no never1 if you heed not this timely warning the molt is your cwn. as Perry Da vis Pain Killer is in nearly every Store throughout he land, and all over the civilised world. Cleveland & Mahoning R. E. TIME TABLE Xo. 19. To late effect on and after No. 28. 1SX TRAINS LEAVE, Mall Cleveland. New burgh. Plank Road. Solon, Aurora, Mantua, Garrettsvillo, Y indham, Bracevillc, Licavituburg, Warren, Niles. Girard. Brier Kill. Voungstown, A. 7:40i 8:13 8: 8.-591 10:1 lfttd n-;S 11:4: 109 li; 1:- 1:081 1:201 Exp. TRAILS liavi Exp. Mail r. . 3:35 3:54 4:13 4:31 5:15 5-6 5:47 6:M2 Totragfown, Brier B ill. (tirar, -Niles, VI arren, Leavhubtrn. Braeeviile, u ,...) V lUnrlU,;!!, 6:13 Maatn 6:221 Aurora, 6:37 I 3olon 6:19 Plank Road, 6: j7 L Newbunch, T:Co II Cleveland, A. M. r sr. 7:3 S2 ', A6 2:44 7:5 &02 8:15 a-3i 8-iI J: 8:33 4:00 8:P 4:2S 8.59 4:3 9:19 5:1 9:35 feS4 10:01' fc'J H17 7:20 ifak'ng connections as follows; At Cle. eland with Cleveland k Toledo, ClevelandV Columb'isJtCincinnati.ClevclandErio, andClevor laud A Pittsburgh Kailroads. At Solon with hacks for Chagrin Falls, AcV At Mantua with hacks for Ravenna, Ac. At Braeeviile with hacks for N'ewtoa Falls, Ac, At Warren with hacks for Sharon, Greeavillev Meadvilla, Bloomfield, Canfield, kr. At Youngstown with stages for New Castle, Po land. Lowell and Knon Valley, and thence by Pv Ft. W. k C. Railroad to Pittsburgh. Nov. Z. 1S6L CHAS. L. RHODES. Bupt. KI.S?IAN CARRIAGK FAOK. ; Having greatly increased my facil' iries for manufacturing, by. the addition new buildings, a steam engine and machinery to my establishment. I am prepared to furnish vehicles of every description of tho best quality, and at fair Iu elegance of finish, quality of materials, and ex cellence of workmanship, tho Carriages shall not b surpassed in the state. Paintinir . Triniminv .nt P an.m.. Annm. .1. . shortest notico, and in the best manner. r Human, t eo. a, i - W. B. GORTOS. . DR. A. E. LYMAN, DENTIST, of Xewton Fails, inform h'n friends of ha ret urn to t'ard Jlinimt breakfast Kitchen Vritias; i oourifvsi T,-ndlo would hia pmi. deuce at the former place. His office will hereaftrr open to tbose who need- she service of a Hi'llul Dentist- Being trulv thankful for favors in fnrmiu yews. La still hopes to maintain, by a strict personal attention .o his profresioii, to merit tho cocidsuco an en iijht.-ned public ScpLllii, 16L Cabinet Ware and Cnair3.. - YEW FIB.1I aud VSW300DS TEC B3DELL. k . C T. TOWS8SJ1B, TKl'ESDEIX sk TOW.VSJ5D , (At the well-known stand of A. TruesJe?l. ,.V entered into a partnership - r-themanufhetureand sale of CABIXJST ruvi rl," RE and CilAIRs iu all their various va- . rieties, and n.ve nnw ou nann ana are receiving a assortina,31. eocsistiirg ia part, of Extension Tables, TereaTete.. lentro Mahogany Rockers', Easy Chairs, " Sorini Seat O.iairs. Seat Chairs, a great variety, ooj o'-ai 2ffl Bedsteads, What-Xots. Bureaus, Bftok-Casos. Dsas. Vluit .. Stands. Picture-Frames. Cribs. Cradles, .- - la- . everything usually kept or called for t a rur niture e-"tabli-hinent. will be uiuad or maBCtaetux- . at satisfactory prices. ' .- - Orders from a distance promptly attended to. anal : Furniture carefully packed ana delivered a: Caftur Boat. - '.'.".'. -- e off-ins.--- - " . large assortment always onbarid. arid m'sds to at all time. A Kearso furnished when- Tw quired. Ware Kooms on Main c.L, near K- K, D. . . . -uay is. liit. BLOCKADE RUN !.,v "ILL QUET0S TDE P0Ta.Wr Commissary. Department Jn"' - Good Condition! . 01.0 OXI3Xa.Tr - PRDVJSJQIi STORE. a. 33, Hsurbrt St Warren, Ohio. Door Cast of Freeman. Hunt 4 Co.'s Banking House - M. A. PATMOK, ESPECTFULLY. snnoancca to his former Customers in Warren and vicinif-. he has ouened a Grocery- aod Proviiiou ctora tlie shore sUind where he is prepaflf4 to sesl as) it not a littlo ekoaper, than any other -ftftro ' town, and in any aaaniitin to suit customers, hia . consists ia purt of A. B. A C. Cott'ce Sugar, pulverised aud browu do.. Golden Byrup of the beet quality. Molasses. Java snd Kio ColTa. Teas of ail Raisins. Prunes, Fis, Currants, oW, Pi p.r, Alspico, Buttor, Soois and Picnic Crackers. Ciodlea, Tobacco, Serars. Lftrd, Pork; Hims, Dried Cod Fish, Whito Fish, No. 1 Mackerei. Candy , wholesale aod retail. . 2T X O JJtTl. . - Harvey's ?a peri or r.d Citv Mills. Cevelana sid " ehoieo brands, by the Bask, Barrel or -Load.-Buckwheat Sour, Corn meal; etc sta, ttceau't b uadsrsoid, go use talking. . HIS EATIlfQ SAIGON -has been newly fitted up.'wher Oysters and gir refreshments will be served up in good sty la. .-Families and County trade rtirnished by the.Csj orhai always frosb. drop in aud soa Dee. 11. ta. ACDITOR'M OFFICE, Trambnll C. . Warrea, O-, Jaa. SO, ss.es.- J VTotic is hereby given IfcitaPeti- rion signed by Lew?-IWst,- 8. Vft Simball other?, has been tiled in this Office, asking tho- , Commissioners to locate and - establish, a ot water-course in Cbauuios-er-U'l.ip, . that of said petition was. placed- in "the bands of' W; Moraerschmidt, Civil Enginer--wta; has this) ; 1 made his report, and. returned a plat aci- pvo-. . of said propose)! ditch, faid pctitionriowirt for hearing and determination before ' the-Toun- Commissioners on Tuesday. Shrch -4f6v:ei, at- -tnisoice. If said ditch is asUUilbhcd th Coaugia- - will then nroceed to apportion t!w ccits sad " expenses of location, and anoo-tu'tiie tohe of and constructing thac 1444 u uze ikitws .. lanos enrongn wuien..cj- a.t'cf nt to i;ta. or iathovicinty of whiob,' aaid-itfocoiisd- Tn.T- or-' ' ,..,w.a k. 1..1 ..... ti?uorimK to the beoefits to .win, toJtTari- v., fK. ,.,:. 5, '62-w tbi!uns; and enstruetinf of V. fa. oi.turi . County Auditor. .