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Western Reserve Chroaicle.1
. TERMS OF StB5CRIPTIOX. One JMtar mad Fiftt Oata, in arfVaaee.- Ttro Dol lurm, 1 pnfmeet M aof made a'jt atmarc. No pa per liaottutinued Miil all arrearage are paid cx cea si in opaoa ui ue puDusner. f AaWertialaur. - Twelve lines equal to oce inch ia spaee, make tw I Iw I It I m I aa I lyr 1 Square- $ .50 $1,00 $ 1.50 i $ 2.50 I 4.0H I 7,00 J60, S,50 5.uo b.uu liuo 3 Sqaarea IJU-l 5,00 7.001 W.U0l J6.00 3U0 W eolama 2,501 4,H M column 4,o6 I 7.00 1 6.0S I 8.091 Jiflnj 20.001 S.l 12.001 as.oo 1 eolama 6.001 S,00 12.0"! 20.001 35.00 60.00 UrartiuMMifa vtn Bmlpr eontract. ainst be mark' ed the length of time desired, or they wiU be eoatinned awl charged tur antu oracreu oau Special Notiec. and extra delayed Advertise Deaths and Marriage inserted gratia, bnt Obituary Notice chanced half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertiser will be ehanred extra for Dis solution and other Notice, not connected with their regular business. Business Cards, aet exceeding 3 line. $1.00 a line per yean efc aMitwnal line, 10 cent. JOB PBIITIItt. Having reeently made large additions of the latent style of type, to onr assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared 'to eiecute in the best milliner, the different varieties of Plain and Fancy Printing SCCH AS Address Cards. Certificates. I.abels, Basiness Cards, Check Books. Manifests, Bank Cheeks. Colored Printing. Notes. Bills of Lading, Drafts, Programmes, Wall Tickets. Form Books, Receipts. Blanks, all kinds, Handbills, Show Bills. Tn rrt vt-rtkiiir done in the shape of Print inc. at print that cannot fail to suit, and with dispatch. We keep constantly on hand a rood .assortment of Cards and Fine Stationery, from which those in want of Printing can select. . Jastlra' am CMatablea' Blanks, Barraalee. Mori fart sal Qeit-Oaim Deed. Smm- s Constantly on hand and for (ale. Arrival and Departure of Kails. rOST-OFFICE, Wsrres, O., - - March 2S, Isoi j YOCSGSTOWX, DsiLr-Arriyes 2:30 r h; leaves fTT.EY KL Al. Dailt Arrives 11:19 A m leaves 2:50 pa. cnvu iiiiir 4 mrM 7 w a: leaves 6i v Oil, UllViiNtiS. Daily Arrives U a x; leaves 2 F a SHABON Arrives Toes, Thurs and Sat at 10-.30 a a; leaves same days at 1:30 P a. WEST GRKEX YILLE Arrives Man. Wed and Fridays at 2 .- M; leaves Tues, Thurs and Sat urdays at 12 a. , GREEXSUL RUll Arrives Mob. Ted and Fridays at 11 1 a: leave nine days at 1:3U p a. "NORTH BLOOVFIF.LD Arrives Mon. Wed and Fridays at 7 P M; leaves Tubs. Thurs and Sat urdays at 8s a. rARMlNGTOX Arrive Wed and Fridays at 5 r a: leaves lues ana innmisvs si a m. f!AVTOV l)i:CK CREEK. H ANNA'S MILLS A' Arrives Friday 5 P a: leaves Tuesdey 6:30 A a. f Msils which leave at or before 8 a a are closed the preceding Kve, stirs. All others are closed half an hour previous to their departure. . X. I'ATt'M, P. St. No drop letters delivered unless prepaid. Town and County. School and Educational Matters. Wages or School Teachers. The aver. ee wace of Teachers per month in the Common Schools during 1861, were: . Hales. $21,82 24.00 22,00 24,32 4V.94 Females Trumbull Co., Mahoning " Portage C'eauga Butler " $10,48 13.00 10,70 9,32 33.C1 ". The average wages of Teachers per month throughout the whole State now, for males $27,81, females $10,05. ' The wages of good teachers is much lower on the Western Reserve than in the central and southern part of the State. Average length of time the Common Schools of Trumbull county were kept in vseioa daring 1801, was six months and eight days. We expect that there will be a decrease in the current year, both in the salaries of our teachers and in the duration of .the term" of instruction, owing to the dread of the expense of the war and of tiie. expected hard tior - Exahixatio.s or Teacheks. At a meet ing of the Board of School Examiners,for Trumbnll county, held on lust Friday, 51 applicants presented themselves for ex amination. ; The only certificates granted were 14 for six months, 4 for nine months and 3 for twelve months. Several of the applicants were from the counties of Mer cer, Mahoning and Portage. The num berof applicants for certificates this spring is much larger than last. A wholesome alarm has been awakened among the teachers, by the stringency of the examinations, who begin to compre hend that it is neither for the competent teacher's interest or that of the public, that persons Wholly incompetent should be employed, to the exclusion of those better qualified. A Wakkes Teacher Goes to Ravevxa. Miss Mary M. Campbell, who for a con siderable length of time had been con nected .with the Warren Union School as Preceptress in the Grammar School de partment, has accepted the position of Preceptress, tendered her in the High School Department ef the Ravenna Union Schools. Miss Campbell assumed the du ties of hor new position the first of this week. Miss Charlotte Sackett, who' has been assistant teacher in the Grammar School, the past term, and devoted but a part of her time to the school, will hereafter give her full time to it. Spring Elections. The election on Monday in Warren for Village and Township officers passed off very quietly, there not being any opposi tion to the Union caucus nominations of Saturday evening, hence not as much as a ripple disturbed the placid surface of the usually turbid waters of political strife. The Trustees had scarely work sufficient to keep them in mind of their- duties. Occasionally they would amuse themselves by attempting to pick a flaw in the right of some voter to his franchise, and in one instance a voter who had changed his family residence this spring, but whose business place is still in town, was allow ed to withdraw his vote, after a learned and animated examination of the law bearing on the subject, by a number of gentlemen present, who were willing to have a little fun at somebody's expense. Voters generally were anxiously solicited to rote particular tickets, but after close ly scrutinizing the several tickets presents ed, they uniformly confessed to the exist ence of a striking similarity. The vote cast was very light. The fol lowing officers were elected: a U UNION BOROUGH TICKET. ifayor A. B.- Lyman. JUeorder ii. X. Hapgood. Trutteet J. R. Woods, G T. TWnnend, J. O. Brooks, Horace Stevens, W. D. MalL Treasurer O. II. Patch. Marshal R. A. A. Baldwin. PoOsrlhxvid Drennon, Robert Elliott, J. J. Gilmer, Leonard Burton, L. V. II un gerford, Jacob Landers. . CMOS TOrXSHIP TICKIT. Justice of the Peace S. Sf. Carter. TtmsV-zs Akrtizo TrueodelL, R. A. A. Baldwin, Samuel Downs. ClcriJuliws King. . Treasurer James Hoyt. . ' Assessor El'uihi J. Adams. Constables R. A. - A. Baldwin, . Adam Dawson, Clark EudLiL in . ed Funeral of Wallace Coburn. T. E. Webb, Esq., of this place, receiv ed a telegraphic dispatch from the father of Mr. Onburn, dated at Harper's Ferry, the 6th inst stating that he would be here with the body of his son, on Wednes day. The funeral will take place at the Disciple Church at Buconsburz, in Ba- setta, on Thursday at two o'clock, P. M. The funeral sermon will be preached by Professor Rhoads of Hiram Eclectic In stitute. A. & G. W. R. R. The Meadville Republican of last week soys that the Superintendent of Construc tion of the Atlantic & Great Western Railway, advertises for three thousand workmen to be employed immediately on the line. This looks as though the work was to be prosecuted in earnest. The Railroad Company has purchased the County Fair Grounds at Meadville for a depot, paying for them $4,200. Some rivalry is already exhibited be tween Jamestown, X. Y., Meadville and West Greenville, Ta., as to the location of the company machine shop. Greenville offers $5,000 to have the shop located there. Jamestown is equally liberal in offers. Concentrated Chicken for Hospital Use. Having received an urgent call from the Parent society of Cleveland for Conr centrated Chicken, Ladies propose to meet at Mrs. Roman R. Harmon's on Wednesday, April lGth, to receive and prepare it according to directions from the Commissary Department. We hope our friends in town and in the county who have chickens which they can possibly spare, will not fail to send them early Wednesday morninc, ready dressed to Mrs. Harmon's. RULES FOR PREPARING CONCENTRATED CHICKEN FOR HOSPITAL USE. Prepare the chicken as for stewing ; put it over the firs with just enough cold wa ter to prevent its burning, and let it boil fill the flesh can be stripped from the bones. Then to the flesh and same water add salt, a little pepper ; but no butter, and let it simmer slowly till reduced as much as possible. Seal np hot in tin cans. Mutton and beef may be prepared in the same manner. Label each can distinctly, "Concentra ted Chicken," and also paste on the fol- l)win" DIRECTIONS. "To each spoonful of the liquor add two of water ; when warm it Is fit for use.' Another Railroad. An act to incorporate the Mahoning Valley Railroad is now pending in the Pennsylvania Legislature. The corpora tors are principally residents of Lawrence county, Pa, Messrs. Alexander L. Craw ford, John D. Raney, John Sword, David j Bower, Leander Raney, Lawrence L. Mc- Goffin, Samuel Wallace, John Ferguson, Jas. Mc Williams, Henry M. Kirkpatrick and Luther W. Sample. They are au thorized to open books and receive sub scriptions to a capital stock of $100,000 in shares of $50 each, which may be increas ed to $300,000. The company is to be au thorized to borrow any sum noj exceed ing $200,000, and issue bonds therefor, with coupons attached. The bonds are not to be for more than seven per cent in terest. The company is authorized to construct a single or double track railroad from any point on the western line of the State, by the nearest and most practicable line to Mahoningtown, in Lawrence county, and to build branches not more than eight miles in length, to connect with any rail" road built or to be built. This is probably designed to connect with the Cleve. & Mahoning R. R. in The 2nd Cavalry. The Second Ohio Cavalry was at Ft. Scott, Kansas, on the 27th nit. Col. Doubleday had then command of all troops in Kansas. The Second Cavalry may join Gen. Curtis, in Arkansas. Sev eral officers of the Regiment had recent ly resigned, amon whom were Capt. Eg gleston, Co. B, Quartermasters Thayer and Dodge, and Major Wilson. Capt. Stan hope, formerly of the Cth Cavalry, now commands Co. B, in the Second. Co. C, had lost one of the men left in hospital at Kansas City. His name was Lorin Scott. Supposed to have been poi soned. . 1 ,'at j of Body Found. On Sunday last the body of Constantine rv:.,:- .. u a i. xri . .:. , , . , . . I ing, at this place, on Sunday night,, rob. . 23, was discovered by several boys, who fishing below Van Gorder's mill, of the Canal. Coroner Reed held li? ... , , , : an inquest on the body, and the jury re- turned a verdict of accidental drowning. $15,20 in cash, and an order for 30 cts., were found in a side pocket of deceased. Friends of deceased were notified of the discovery of the body. is Portage County Democrat. This excellent eounty paper has dunned ; new dress, rap a pie', presenting a very much improved appearance. The Demo- crat is every inch live paper. It is ed- ited with ability, and has the fullest corps local correspondents of any of our ex-: changes. Long may it flourish. j m m m ! . Lieut. G. W. Fahrion, one of the brave Ohioans who fought and won at t inciiesier, was ai tuis piacc,un oiiiuruay and Sunday last, on a visit to his wife and relations living here. Lieut. Fahrion com manded Co. B. C7th Ohio Regiment in the uichester fight, and had his sword belt torn from his side by the fragment of a shell. The Lieut, came to Ohio as the bearer of dispatches from Gen. Kimball to Gov. Tod. He will return to his regiment a few days, lie left the army near ' .Strasburg, on Tuesday of laat week. at ' i and at Millinery Opening. Mrs. Messer, who stands unrivalled among dealers in fvhionable Millinerv, intend to open a new and splendid assort ment of goods in that line, on Wednesday, i . i l l l : 1 . t - pru xt, nu lnviiea uie laaiiit tovLit her rooms and inspect her assortment of r..i.: ol. i . . spnnglasbor. She ha. rntly return- from Iew lot k, where the most celo- brated Millinery establishments were vistl and selections made from them, for her large custom here. Her stock is very 1 beauliful and wcU worth seeing. m The Presbytery of Trumbull. Will hold its next stated meeting at Kinsman, on Tuesday, April 13, at 2 o' clock P. M. Religious Notice. A lecture will be delivered on the sub ject of Infant Baptism, on next Sabbath, by Rev. Geo. R. Ormond, in the German Evangelical Church, in this place,- at the hour of 1 o'clock, Y. M. Service in the morning at 101 o'clock. The Jail Question Again. April. 3, 1862. EJilort Ch,-on'tclc: In your paper of the 20th ult., appears a comment purporting to come from one of the Lite Grand Jury, upon an article published in your pajicr, of the week before, respecting the Jail. As the writer of said article, I am chal lenged for a supposed trespass upon the dignity of that august body. The glove is thrown down by "One of the Jury," and I do confess that I fecl somewhat in the predicament of a certain Jewish King, (not prophet) who cogitated the question "Shall we go up to fight, or shall we for bear?" But, however, as this Juryman meantime protests that he " Is not anx ious to engage in any controversy," (which is my case exactly) I am hopeful that peace may again be speedily restored to the " distracted country." A few words are perhaps due in explanation. My crit ic says: "This writer has it from the mouth of another, that the Jail is not all that it should be ; and forthwith he gal lops (on horseback!) before the public with a very improbable supposition and 1 supposes he has made a case." Now the writer refered to admits that hearsay evi dence is in general excluded by the poli cy of the law ; but there are some excci tions in this rule as in case where the hearsay forms a part of the res gcstal, etc.; and in this connection the question pre sents itself, now is it that this particu lar Jury is so advanced in knowledge be yond, and so superior in wisdom to its predecessors, who for many years past have invariably, and emphatically pro nounced the subject in question a " nui sance," unfit for its design. The county is doubtless to be congratulated upon the growing wisdom of its judicial functions. But the head and front of my offending towards this Jury, is a supposed "sympa thy for rogues ;" as though the commit ment of persons to the county jail upon charges, whether true or never so fdse, would be cause to disfranchise them frojn I all moral consideration, and that one who would recommend the humane treatment of even the guilty, should for that reason be denounced as a secessionist! "Gentle. men of the Jury," I repudiate such logic; and all good people do likewise. Before you again wander out of your judicial province to make impertinent remarks oh moral design, to contradict settled facts and the established public opinion, suppose you bear in mind the maxim of the law " execute justice in mercy." But gen tlemen, I impute no wrong intention to you; (I'm sure we are great friends.) We are all liable to mistakes ; and now I bid you, and whom it may concern, a respect ful and affectionate farewell. ' J. R. MARRIAGES. CRAItiE & McLAIX April 4th, 1862. by Rev. J. II. Brown, Mr. William Craige to Miss Mary Ann McLain, of Trumbull eounty. YACGIIX k BCTTOX-Mareh 31st, by Rev. E. T. Brown, Mr. Thomas S. Vaughn, formerly of Me dina eounty, and now of Greenville, Pa to Mrs. Elmira F. Button, of Warren. a DEATHS, In Kinsman. March iil, 1S02, Mrs. JANET M , wife of Dr. Dudley Allen. At her residence in Fowler, Trumbull Co., Ohio, on the 27th of March. 1W2, Mrs. SARAH, relict of Samuel Green, in her 78th year. Her only husband died in the rear 1S.Y). she re mained a widow and procured the services of a sin- Kie aau?mer, wuo use a quiiiui cuua auniimsicreu her wants and comforts of this life in her deelin years. Mother Green has resided in this vicin ity for the last 4o years, and was an even tempered, amiable, consistent Christian. For .VI years she maintained her connection with the M. E. Chnrch. be was a kind and affectionate mother and neigh much esteemed by her friends and acquaint ances: her disease was something like aDonlexr.and her last illness was short. She let) many friend? to mourn tueir loss, to wuom. thoufu she be dead, she still speak eta by her pious examples in life. Warren, on the 3d inst of Catarrh Fever, AXJT wife of Edward Spear, aged 63 years. Bristol. Feb. 23, LI DA J daughter of Josiah and S. C. Mansfield, aged one year and 3 days. Financial and Commercial. New York Money Matters. [From the Herald of Thursday.] speculation on me .mock txcliange; pa- Ter at (7 1cr with exceptions, snch as bankers' short aceep were tances, at 5 per cent. Certificates of pub south indebtedness are current at 0fil(nr J, with a fair demand. Sonieof the leadinz foreign bankcrs have received money fro Kurone with discretionary Wall street is unusually dull. Every one is waiting to hear news from the army Corinth, Mississippi, or on the Fotoinac, and bv common consent all business of imjiortauee is postponed until intelligence at least one of the expected decisive battles is received. Nothing was done in exchange to-day; the leading banker would not sell at last quotations. Monev continues abundant: the demand for call loans has fallen otf since the decline of investment. So fur as we can learn they all holding otf until a battle renders future more absolutely .certain than it at present. Sew York rattle Market April 2. The current prices for' the week at all markets are as follows: beef cattle. Extra quality, f cwt Tf 1ua'i,yjV CWP JmJ";."::: Inferior quality au.cn cows. Extra quality, t head First quality ut"" infe'roMlity."?"."." ..$0 iiOaO 7 .. It (Ka9 50 . S Oihil) 00 ,. 7 5hiX 00 .. 7 00a7 50 $45a55 40a45 30a.55 2Sa.'50 25a28 X. Y. Wroeery Market April 7. SUOAK Is steady; GO hhds Cuba sold "c. COFFEE Firm 150 bags of Rio 19Jc. Cleveland Market April 7-6 P. M. FLOUR No change, WHEAT Sales of red at $l,01(fV 1,02, white at $l,04fVf 1,05. CORN Steady at 3lc. OATS Quiet at 2lic. BUTTER Moderate sales of good roll 13V?15c. EtiOS Dull at 8c. LARD Steady at 7(nr"7Je. Sea Yrk Market April 7 P. M. FLOUR Market dull, heavy and 5c lower for common grades. Sales 0700 bbls at $5,15(ti 5,20 for super State; S5,2a(a,3o for extra Mate: i-,I.s 5,20 for super western: So.iV" 5,55 for . 1 i common to inetuum anu extra western; $5,"5(?.5,80 for shipping brands extra round bootxd Ohio; Jj.iHVrt 0,75 for trade branls Market cluing duil, with no buyers at outside quotations, CORN MEAIj In moderate request. 1 450 bbls at $2,80 for Jersey; $."5,121 j&jK1?65 8nd 20 rnolieon- at WHISKY Market without material a. so .t be at at J. the said this is 24th will to .1. 4th, will the said be held change. Sale C50 bbjs at 22o 2.V, near ly all at 'J2i(n 2.)C. WHEAT Little more doing but mar ket without anv change. Sales 4000 bush spring State at 120c; 2000 bush winterred State at 133c; 500 bush amber Jersey at l-10c: 4300 bush amber MU-hijan at 1351c; 4100 bush Canada Clubat 122(i 120c; 'J700 bush Milwaukie Club at l.KMc. CUT MEATS In pood tlcntand and very firm. Sales 700 packages at 4i(5c for Shoulders; 52(7? 7c for Hams; including sales of Hams in dry salt, for May deliv ery, at 5e. BACON' SIDES Market more active anil firmer. Sales C75 boxes at 7(i 7Jc for short ribbed Middles; and7Ct.8c for short clear the latter price for very choice. LARD Market rules steady at un changed prices. Sales 1000 bbls at 7,(ji 8.'.o. 'BUTTKR Selling at tU( 14o for Ohio, anil 10(n 21c for State. CHEESE Steady and firm at Ci(i 8e. WARREN PRICES'CURRENT. CORUJXTED WKF.KLT BT M. A. PATaOt. Wheat. . Cork in the Kak... Cons Shelled, 5 45 2S HATS, I! ice v 11 r. at, . 50 White Heaxs, 90(ffl 10 I'llTATOKH. ....... 40 Klax Seek 1 271 30 I'nn'E, ltrcK wheat rts Sack 1 00 " White Wheat, Harvey 4 Wttt City Mills .6 2 " Red Wheat,- 4 7o?..'i 25 Corn Meal, solted, per 100 lbs... 1 ' Pork, dressed ..4 Scoar Ci RKD Hams 8 Dried Keep, .10 I,ari. . .... ISlTTKR. Ciieesk ; ,, ha..t j'lur.u Airi.EH, o j Coffee, Rio at ""'. Java :..30 ....1 OOfcl 25 fiREEX Tea.. 8111AR, White Coffee, "" Brows Cofkle,. 11 -10 1srowx m'kar Candles, Stkkixf.,.. Tallow... IS .12 12 00 ..6UM.75 40 f.ucs. . ClIltkfNS, APIECE.... Molasses, . 5vrr Refined Mecca Oil,... no. 1 m 1ckeei ..10 White Fish .6 Xew Advertisements. iVOT1 1 ishci ICE hereby siven that the nnrlerairoed has been appointed and duly qualified as Admini.tratr with the will annexed on the Estate of Samuel Green, dee'd. late of Fowler, Trumbull eonnly. O. April S. l2-3w 11. V. WILLIAMSON. Mi! ARY'M. IIO A GLAND'S Estate. otiee is hereby riven that the iindemivmed has been antKiinted and nualitied as Exerutor on the Estate of Mary M. lloagland, late of -Mecca. Irumliull eounty, dec d. April J. lS62-3w TALEXTIXK MOTT. A TTACilMEXT NOTICE. l Thomas M. Abell 1 Before J. W. Powers, J. P. of Meeea townshin. John B. Krllv I Trumbull county. 6. On the 17th day of March. I fvill. said Justice is sued an order of attachment in this ease for the sum of Twenty-Eight and 16-l(k) Dollars, which was returned served and baioucl A. llavidson lias been examined as Garnishee, and the cause i continued to May 1st, lo.'. for triaL A. W. JOXES. April SI, ltf-jw Attya for 11 JT. BKIDGi: NOTICE. Kids will be received for furnishing materials and building a bridge over the west bfSIK'h of the Mahoning River near the house of Mr. L- Oviatt, in llnnAvilln lnnhin 1 ', . . t .4 n ' . . 1 1 11 f - mcnts and super-structure, on Saturday the iiWh day of May, W'l, commencing at III o'clock s. a. Said letting will be on the ground where the old bridge now stands. Plans and specifications may Dc seen at the nouse ot 1. . umn. Liinmkssioucrl and on the day of letting. Jiy order of Co. Com missioners. O. L. WuLt'OTT, April 1I..1S62-4W DISSOLUTION. "VTotice is hereby given that the co- ll partnership heretofore existing lietween F. P. Kced and 1. U. Brighain. known as the firm of r . r. need Co., is this day dissolved by mutual eon-nt. F. P. REEI. M arren, O.. April 3, 12 1 1. H. BKIGH AM. The accounts of F. P. Reed k Co. ill be settled hy F. P. Reed at the old stand. All persons indebt ed to F. P. Reed A Co. are requested to eall and settle immediately. All perMins holding- claims against F. P. Heed Co. are requested to present them immediately for payment. April y.lioa-3w CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have this day tered into eo-partncr.-diip under the nam en ame and firm of Reed & Adams. r . P. KKEI), April H, isi2-."i C. C. ADAMS. JMIE STATE OF OHIO, TRUM bnll Connty. ss. in the Court of Common Picas. Edwiu C. linidlcy. K. A. Tcnnev and J. B. Brad ley; you are hereby notified that on the l-'ith day of March. 1. tne undcrsignetl. John M. llexlep, hlcl petition in said tourt. against you, stating among otner things, that on the 3wh day of Angust. 1VJ, he entered into a written contract with you for the purchase of '.land 5U-l(jU acres of land in Mecca, said county, for the sum of lirtl.72. and tout there is due and unpaid on said contract the sum of 30-1(10 with interest thereon from August , 18ril, and also that I,.tO taxes nave accrued on said land, which defendants are bound to pay. That said llex lep has performed all the stipulations of said con tract on his part to he performed, and is ready to make you a doed of said land, upon rceciut ot the raid purchase money and taxes due on said contract. x ou are requested to appear and an:wcr said peti tion on or before the :ilt day of May, lS-'ii J01I.N ,ll. I1EZLEP. Apr 9. 18t!2-6w 1. L. Fi'llkb. Atty. c. a. fields. wa. repress. C. M. FIEI.A& tV PEFFERM, Sucrrnmrt to W. . Fictile, Dealers in Groceries, Flour, Produce, Provisions, t oni. Oats, Potatoes, lith, talt, Confcctionaries, r'ruits. Nuts, etc., also fresh Oysters and r"ih in their seasons. 2 doors west of the Bank, Market St., Warren, Ohio. . Apr 9, l-Siii State of Ohio, Trumbull Co , In Uagistrate' Coort, ss. J Carlton II. Mills, plaintili.) In attachment before v Jefirrson Palm. J.P. of Martin Mitchell, deft. J Warren tp., Truro. Co. The defendant is lierehr notirttrtl tlmt i,n the lTtli day of March, 1"J, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above entitled cause for fcTS.-Vi, and notice of Garni?hceuieut therein served and re turned, and Garnishee has auwered showiiig him self indebted to dcleudaut in said action. The said action will be for trial ou the lmh day of Mnv, 1 o'clock r u. C. U. MlLLs. April J, ISti-J. SHE Will RIFF'S SALE. I illard Crowell ) In Trumbull eounty .Court I ) In Tr of Com j Ry vi 'ouimon Pleas. Win. Pcnniinan ) Ry virtue of an execution i issued to me in the above case. 1 have levied upon i and shall expose at Public Sale on j Itul ii nlai tn IUII1 ii.t nl anrll I between the hours of 10 o'clock x a and 4 o'clock r at the door of the Court House, in Warren, the following descriired Real Estate situatein the town ship of Iioomficld, in the said county of Trumbull, and being in lot No. i'S7, and bounded as follows: west, north and east by the lot lines and south hy a line drawn parallel with (he north line of said lot far south as to embrace one quarter of said lot No. 127. aiid supposed to contain acres of land, being north halt of lot Ot Jand deeded by Goodrich Champion to Henry L. Aimln. January loth, 1.V. the same mure or less. Appraised at $13.(10 per acre. Tcrmscash. J. G. Ill Tl.ER. Shcrifi'. Sheriff's Uflicc. Warren, .March l-kii. TECElVEIiS SALE. JLV Wood A Uurlbut ) In Court urlbut ) In Court of Common VS I'lcas Trumbnll Citnntv R. S . Rowlev ct al I Uv virtue of an order is sued from the Court uf Common Pleas of said coun ty, to mc directed as receiver, I shall offer for sale public auction, uear the Centre House iu .Mecca township, in said eiHintv, on .Monday the litli day or April, 1H63, one o'clock P M. of said day, the following de scribed personal property to wit: One ortable en gine, iboilcr and appurtenances atla-hel one oil pump aud gearing tor same, twu souarc vats, one round vat, two board shanties, one belt belonging to said engine. Terms cash. A. U. LYMAN. Warren, April i MiKiw Receiver. Notice. 1 David Warren. n ) In Coort of Common vs Pleas of Trumbull Co., l!Ton A. lets. Deft ) Ohio. The said liyron A. Viets is hereby notified that said Da id Warren tiled his petition in said Court ou the 4'.th day of February. vl. against defeudant, setting forth that the said defend ant is indebted to said plaintiff jn5..'W on a Promis sory Note not yet due. but which becomes due on theZJd day of May, lMoi. That plaiutitf has insti tuted proceeding in attachment upon said claim before a Justice of the Peace, which have been cer tified up to this Court, aud that an attachment has issued out of this Court which has been relumed served on property of the defendant situate within county. 1 he said defendunt is notilied that he required to appear and answer said petition on the day of .May, lsiii. or the prayer of said petition lie granted, and the property attached subjected the payment of the plaintiff's claim. , TAYLOR Jt JONES. March 2o, lSuJ-Ow Attys for Pl ff. . Special Examination OK SCHOOL TEACHERS. rpho Board of School Examiners, for Trumbull eounty. make the following an nouncements, to applicants forCerliCcale. fcxam inalions will be held on Fridays, March 21st, April aud iJh. aud May duth at the Court llouf. aud eonimeuce. punctually at 10 o'clock, a. at wnien hour all applicants shuuld be f resent. All persons, who desire to obtain certificates to teach common schools, in Trumbull county, during comiug summer, can attend some one of the afor- examinations. Private examinations cannot bad, and no nmr until next Vail. Feb. ai. lU-3:a public examinations will be ! i MUITTLE.''i:-AlAM: LIBERAL Discount made to the Trade, as usual. MRS. KINQ. LADIES' and Misses' 'ets, and al most every thins u-ually kept in a Millinery Store, at MR?. KIM.' -ing - I MILLINERY. , i. 4 i-r "i w -s J PORTER LARGE STOCK. NEW GOODS. Spring- and Summer FASHIONS. Just Ecceived from 2s"ew York, the LARGEST and MOST BEAUTIFUL assortment or Bonnets, Flowers, &c. Ribbons . EVER BROUGHT TO WARREN. AVholesale & Ifcetail. CALL AND EXAMINE. Bonnets, Bleached, Pressed & Repaired. Mrs. C. W. MESSEE, Ag't Corner of Main and Market Streets, over MeCombs & Smiths' entrance on .Main St. Bonnet Blocks AT MRS. C. W. MESSER. April 2, lS6lw CUERIFPS SALE. KJ Ixaac Van Wormer I In Trumbull county common 1'leas. llliam Weeks ct al ) l!y virtue of an order of sale Miied out of the Court of Common Fleas in and lor said couuly. dated the ISth day of March, li in the above mi and to me directed and de livered. I have levied upon and ehall expose at pub lic sale at tue door of the court house in Warren, between the hours of 10 o'clock i a and 4 r a. on Satnrtlny the 3d day of May, 163, the following real estate to wit, situate in Warren, in township No. 4. in the 4th range of townships ot itic Connecticut Western Kescrve in the Stale of Ohio, and whieb is also in the eounty of Trumbull, and is known by the west part of lot No. iV) in the town plat of Warren, and is bounded as follows yix: beginning at the soulh-west corner of said lot thence north along l he lot linethreeehainsand thirty-three links to a o?t, thence east ou the north line of said lot uincty-eishl links to a post, thence south three chains and thirty-lhree links to a post, thence west on Market .Street ninety -eight links to the place of bezinnins. be the same mora or less. - Appraised at J-VJ. Terms cash. e, - - J- G- BfTLEB. Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, W arren. March 36, 1M LEGAL NOTICE. Henry Baruhiscl plff 1 In theConftofCom v Vmon Picas of Trum Johil Wolf deft I bull eounty. Ohio. Tu Rtiu tlvfendant, JoUn Wolf of . in the State of Pennsylvania. v:'l take notice that lleury liamhisel. of the eu;;;ty of Trumbull, in the State of Ohio. did. on the Sth day vf March,:1:!, file his petition in the Court of Common Plca with in and for the county of Trumbull, in said State oi" Ohio, against the said John Wolf, defendant, set ting forth that the said John Wolf on the 1st day of March. lid. gave a mortgage to the said Henry Barnhisel on a certain tract of land situate in the township of Liberty, eounty of Trumbull and State of Ohio, and bounded as follows to wit: commenc ing at a Gate Post situate on the west line of the Cleveland Mahoning Rail Road, thence west along the line feuce to a point where said line fence inter sects the east line of Stewart's lands, thence in a southerly direction along the east line of said Stewart's land and the east line of George Town send s land and the east line of the slack water of the Mahoning river to a point where said Barnhisel s west line intersects the north line of David Tint's lauds, thence easterly along said Toil's north line to a point where said line intersects the west line of the Cleveland Mahoning Rail Road, thence northerly along the west line of said Rail Road to the place of betf aning. !aid petition furthcrscts lorth thai said mortgage was given to secure tho payment of .VS0 Mil according to a certain note of even date with said mortgage and in said inorteage described, paya bleon the 1st day of March, lfsii with interest, and p-aying that said Court may Gud the amount due on said aste. also decree that the premises in said peti tion discrilicd may be appraised and sold and the proceeds arising therefrom Im noolied to the nav- mentof plaintidsaidclaim.and the said John Wolf is nounett mat no is required to appear and answer said (etilion on or before the third Saturday after the 10th day of May next. MOORE A Kl'S'TS. April 2. Ii2-tiw Plaintir Attyj. QIIEEIFFS SALE. KJ Leonard Woodard anl Woodard ) In Trumbull vs VComnifin Plijt. eounty Peter Shix'elv et al liv virtue of an nnlcr of sale in the above entitled case issued out of the Court Common IMoas in and for thoeeanty of Truiu- oiiu. ciaic oi oniu, aim to uic mrecieii ana ueiivcr ed I hare levied upon and ?hull expose at Public Sale on Nalurday the Tlh day of May, 1HG3, between-the hours of 10 o'clock x V. and 4 o'clock T a. at the door of the Court House in Warren, the fcillowing described Real Ertatc to wit: Part of lot No. 1:1 in the township of Lordstown, in said county of Trumbull. Ieing the west part thereof, and bound ed on the north west and south by the lot lines of said lot No. 1:1. on the east by lands owned by Jlary Real, (widow) and about fourteen acres of land owned by said Peter Shively, purchased by him frout the estate of Joseph Deal, dee'd. containing forty-two and .""-Km acres of land be the same more or less. Apprat-cd at ?Jh per acre. Tortus cash. Sheriff". Orticc, I J.G.Rl'TLER, Sh'IT. April i iv.. The 01l !Xiii-fseiy GEO. II1PG00D L S0., ISst HA still tarried on by UENKY K. APG001I. about V.i miles north-west of War- reu, notwithstaudinx the reports of IJastem AjenU. APPLK TREES, of all the lcst varieties, thrifty and well grown, with Huot sunu'ient to make them outgrow those of larger size, with roots mutiiatcd. GRAPE VINES. ULAt'KllKHRIES. Si RAU UKUIUES. iiM..KHKRUIES, KlUiSAKlt. Ac Ac, Ac. For Sale at low prices. April ilS-VMw UAItDlAN'S SALE. n pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Iruuibull county. Ohio. 1 shall otter at Mihnc sale ou the premises on the lrtli day of April. 1-Ii lietween the hours of one and four o'clock P M. ot' said day, the following real estate situate in Lords town, Trumbull county, Ohio, and known as Uie homestead farm of the late Petes Lewis, dee'd. be- about .SI' Nacres of land, in lots Nis. t and 7. in said township and' inuindcd west oy lands or the heirs of Peter il-on. dee'd. south by lands of M. t Haskell and heirs of t.eo. Kiuesntith, cast by lands oi i ni. usoorn. aini nort n iy lamis oi Jirs. uitniii aud heirs of Peter Wilson. To 1 w!d frcv of all crn.:'U'hranciT. Ternu mO in hand and balance in three 6'iual annual imvnient:. lKttl.N P.t;KlMlX.(iuard. April 2, lS"V2-i'.V of Itarhacl Auu Lewis. Important to Farmers. FLAX STRAW WANTED. ")AAA Tons of jrrcen and rolled )J J mowed or imlled Plax Straw at t!ie Western Reserve Plax Mills, AVarren. Ohio, f,r ! which the highest market price will be paid m cash on delivery. . CAMP IIDORLM. X. II. I beg leave to inform flax growers and far mers generally of having entered into the flax and tow business with Jsihn f. Boorum, of New York, anil that with increased facilities and imrvoved ma chinery I am now prepared to purchase all tho flax straw that can be raised in this part oftheltate; for which thebighest market price will Im paid in cash. Hoping that farmers will Dud it to their interest to iucrease the quantity of straw produced heretofore, as it will be the best paying crop that ran be raised. March 19. l2-6m - I. W. CA M P. OTICE. The undcr-i?ned ban beendulv appoint oil a! I a al. a LL l I f l ... .. will present them to the undersigned for allowance. A. TUl J-.sUr.LU Adin r of "iVarrcn, April 2. mi aid Estate. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Stockholders of the Mahoning Plank lt.ia.l Company ! Canlield, .Mahoning eounty, ou the llh day of April. lNi2. at 1(1 o'eba-k 4 a. for the purpose of getting the con sent of said Stockholders to a relinquishment of said road to the County Commissioners. A full at- tendance is request eL f. V.-li'-otV Wrector, April 3, lSTLi-Jt THOMAS PEW Strawberry Plants, OF tho following varieties for Sale: Wilson's Albany, Uowner'a Prolific, two of the best bearing varieties: Triomph leiand. Mon roeScarlct, second best: Hooker e Seeilling. Moya- i.; ... li.. M u:.. TmiLin.', ri. ' .,-wrth'.' Iri;il. I....n iin Attn Kasnherv. Plauts: Uwlon Blackberry Plants; Isabella tirape Viun- Cherry CurrauLs. I Bfc-N"J. NTKVE.N'N. Warren, March 35. l52-4w - , i - - - l I DMKNISTKATOK'S NOTICE.. TlltM llliilwffssiaynfifl hlU hrTl H II I V a HtWilll I'l.! auliu ml Orator of the 1-Xalc of Robert Jilnaore, dw ! ceased, late of Weafbersticld, Trumbull county o, ministrator of the relate of Ashbcl King, late of , Trumbull eounty. Ohio. dee d, all persons indebted , ., , ' . ... ...... ...... 1. , j S uient. and those having claims against the same April iJ..'-aw L. KhhK in ea-. 4 of I. 10 22 S 12 ! 1M) M 2 11 HI I ! t 20 W . bly anrl C Li O T . til il.i - J. GOLDSTEIN, Market Street, tt-w- o APFVF.n l.iroe StivV of Clothin?. adanted to the Sorin2 Trade. The XX the Eastern Market, by taking A larce stock of Cloth, Cassimeres and VestingS, for Custom Work, and the best Artist fcr cutting "cloth- IX THE II I N G T NO ADVANCE ON PRICES! ; l-.u. fl.-rli!nrr 'nn snvd fiin -111 Ulill Millll l w -iwi..ri, -" v,.. advantage of the hard times, and will be CALL AND SEE! 11 A D E - tVi n Sf "Warren, Ohio, GooJa were lwnght at Tery low fi sold at prices aa low as ever. rey UIWM1 our wnilnig only those which are really! Dlut ,bowy and desirabl. and of easy cultivation. ' e nrurf V IUH vui f 1 11 ii nwrn. m.. w .in-iin Inrre ..r sih.II thai raumrt fail to DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! !j For Spring Trada 1862. PECK & BROTHER. No. 9, Market St., Warren, O. Are now opening a well selected stock of goods at nearly OLD PRICES. We wonld invite all wishing good to call and ex amine onr stock, believing we can sell as chap the cheapest. M;ireh lit. lSGi I A AAA Y'ds good fust colored lvUU Priats.atone Shilling neryard. VEW Stylo Printed D? Laincs. Mo hairs. Gray Goods, ic itone Shilling per yard. 1'i.l.B. litwilli.l.. GOOD Bleached and Brown SheeU iuM now selling at one Shilling per ysrd. PKCKABKtniKR. A- Ha ariro Assortment 01 the oesi Hiuilton. Manchester and PaciSe DeLaines. Poll low S1 Poplins, Valcncias, Traveling Goods, etc at very low figures. PECK BR0T1IER. ILKS riain Black, Black Bro cade. Colored Brocade. Pla'ul. Stripes, etc.. a great variety of styles, from Fifty Cents to Two Dollars per yard. PECK BUOTUER. I EMBROIDERIES Collars, Under J sleeves. Edgings and Inserting of all kinds, 1; lack and White Silk Lace, Brussels Edgings, etc., all very cheap. PECK A BROTHER. T) 1BB0NS, Flowers, Trimmings of Ai all kinds. Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery. HairyUa. CU'.. hi rreat virlcty. PECK t BROTHER. S1 K I RTS I SKIRTS!! Now Balmo rals, the best makes of Skeletons both Tpe and lied, at aU prices. PCix 1111U1 II a Id rpABLE LINE.NS, Bleached Odd J Brown. Wool Spreads, Toilet Quilts, 74 afiri 8-4 Sheetings, and Pillow Case Muslin, and every thing in the line of house furnishing goods. PECK a BROTHER. J i orin'rd lp , . i uiuj-uo-ii you nam io uuy a good Carpet for the least possible amount oft money, come to the n arren lry tioods .More.wtiere you will find the best assortment in tone. PKCK k BROTHER 0 1L Shades, Curtain iluslins, Era- bniidered Curtain Musiiui, Curtain Fixtures, inrreatva riely. PKCK X r.:' trlr.l U Q 11 AWLS Broclica, Thibet, Silk,! franc and Stella Shawls, in all colors and Qual ities, which we will sell at prices to suit evcryl.dy. rtvh .v. isKui ii s HOES Ladies and Children's Bal morals, Gaiters. Kid. Gont and Calf Shoes, a large and well selected stock, iu which we are pre pared to oner great inducements to purchaser. -PECK BROTHER. LOTUS, Cassimeres, Vcstings, Tweeds. Jeans, etc.. for Men and Boys wear. inprisiug all the desirable styles that the market affords. PKCK 4 BROTUKIU March 19, ISoi OTICE. ...... X 1 John Crossman, Pl'ff "1 In Court of Com. ys V Pleas or Trumbull liyron A. Victs, Deft. ) county, Ohio. The said liyron A. Victs is-hereby notified that the said John Crossman on the lftb day of February, lboi filed his petition iu said Court against said de fendant, setting forth that said defendant was in debted to him on a Promissory iotc dated Sep tember 24, low, in the sum of Twenty Dollars and twenty-six cents, and that taid Victs was also in debted tu the plaintiff in the sum of ixty-nine llollarsona Ueceipt given by said Victs to said plaintiff for certain notes for collection, on which said Victs had received said amount of sixty-nine dollars, and asking judgment for said several unu of money, and that plaintiff has caused an attach ment to issue out of said Court in said ease. .which lias bven returned scrveu on property of the defend ant within this eounty. The said defendant is noti fied that he is required to appear and aiiawer said pctitiuu on or before the 2ith day of Ma', 19CJ, or judgment will be taken as jirayed for. TAYL'iK 4 JOXES. March in, l2-w Attys fur Pl'lT. AJOTICE 1 Vernon. Baker Jb Co, PI'tTj) In Court of . . vs Cora. Pleas of Maraud Mrain. Deft. I from. Co-O. The said Samuel strain is hereby notifieti that the plaintiffs on the 6th day of M.-.rch. l:i Clcl their petition in the said Court agaiust the said defend ant, selling forth among other things that ou the lMh day of June, ljii, they recovered a judgment in the Juneau county Circuit Court of the jtuteof Wisconsin against said defendant for the sum of Five Hundred and Kighty-three Iloll.tra and .ixty two cents debt and t'-euty-two dollars and eigoty two cents costs, with interest to be computed at ten per centnin from tho rendition of said judgment, and that said judgineut. costs, interest and increase cits are wholly unpaid, and unsatisfied, and the plaintiffs pray for judgment in this Court fir Ihe amount of saiil judgment, costs, interest and increase costs, and have aUo instituted proceedings in altacn nieut in said action aud the order therein has been returned served. The defendant is hereby notified that he must appear and answer said petition by the 24th day of May. Ivi2, or the prayer of said peti tion will Itr granted and the property attached will be suliiected to tho payment of the plaintiffs claim. TAYLOR JON KS. March S, ls&Miw Attys for Pl'Ss. UAKDIAN'S Sale of Ileal Estate. JT Notue is hereby inrcn that in pummnre of n order f the Probate ('ourt of Trumbull cuuntv. bio, on the '2tih day of April. 12, nr.thrre oVbark the al'ternooii, im the prerui.c?i in lrooktitltl..ai(i eounty, 1 will sou to tue huhest biiiih-r tue follow ing Keal Kstatc, viz: situate in the townsiiip of lirookhcld. county ol ruiuiiull and Mate of Ulno, being part of lots No. 63 and 04, beginning at the south cast corner of James Clark's laud, on the west line of section &4. and at a stake standing S'2 links east of a large black oak sizht tree, thence north sV3 west 16 chains .VS links to the middle of a pub lic rond.thenee along the middle of said road . J j 10 chains 7.' links to a stake thence east H cus. 1 link: thence . ?a can chain i'l links to a stakesi-ven links west of a small butternut tree, thence east chains 2T.'i links t. a stake, thence south V east 11 chains M links to a stake. thene north 8V east 9 chains f' links to a slake, thenet n..rth ? west 17 chains 7 links to a stake, thence V west 9 chains ft 4 links to a stone corner, thence north V west W chains 7T, links to the place hewiniiing. containing 41 67-VW acres of land. Appruised at $6i per acre. JAMES CLARK. L. FI'Ll.KR. Guard, of H'm. K Stublc. i AUy for tluarjlian. Mar. i.-4t Flower Seeds by Mail "t7E will forward by mail to any t T part of the I ni ted States, post-paid, any va rieties thai m:' m ordered at the following prievs: varieties selected from those prices at 5 'enis per paper -7 30 varieties selected from those priced St t cents pr pupcr... ..... . --. ' varieties elected from those prised at 10 per paper..... V varieties selected from those priced at It) eeuts per paper .......... i varieties selected from those priced at i cents 1 TO ..Li J r!l.XZl.'Z!rXti"Srmls i per paper. 1 COLLECTI0XS OF FL0WES SEEDS. j Persons drsinng us to make tueir si'icctions, may give entire satisiaction. Packets Annuals. liienniaUi and Pereanials. ! favorite kinds f Ow Packets Annuals, ISienuiala and J'erennials, ; fai orite kinds . ' Packets Annuals, best assorted...... 1 U . Packets Annuals, best a-sorte.1 SO Packets. New and Hare Annuals t 0 Choice Colleetiou of Oruameutal Ur3cs.i. 1 oil Choice Selection of Everlasting Flowers. I ft " Alpine or Ruck Plants. I V) ! Climbing Plants, Annual and j i riruuiM- .. -. a I Choice Selection of Ornameatal Leaved Plants 1 UO : rerenniat. i A. liOKXEMAX. . Foreet k Seedinan, Versailles. Woodford Cn K"v. tBoz 131.) Clraleft Vegetable) Hevda hy SI alt. Varieties 6.r l 00 1 Onr .r'-', ? w '. " .W I sriL'tics lor . 2U'i ivleetioa. i Wishing to give those who reside at a distance aa ! oppuniiy to teat the quality of our Vegetable "eeds. which we are confident will eoupar favors- ! with any ever offered in ibis country, we have , prepared small paokela. which will he sent by mail, j " " .li'Htj vim aaavai ITuSnSr'u To prevenl disappointment, we wish itdUtinelly ar.ruv) that Paaa Ilsai.a an.l pAnt aiM wrt in. rladed ia the mil package, on nvounl o? their !. ; V A. RIIRVF.MAX. Verailles. Woodrbrd Co.. ky. J - i . it ! of I ; ' I ; Pr the aril, tiff the , ted der mv the pet ' -w- J FULK & WEIR, WHOLESALE and RETAIL TEALERS IS CROCKERY Gilt and Plain China Waro, Liver pool Ware, Britain VTre,OU Wr, I.ook iur Itlaive-i. AIao. Mecca Oil and Oil Lamp. TaMe Cutlery, Wooden Vare,andei'er'tbiuKBtliehuu" keeiiiijr line Kneraliy. If you are in want of any fooJi above mentioned, eall at the Crwkery Store opposite the lauk. it'eb. iHtiJ. 1I1NA Tea SettsTt th7 CROCKERY STORK. "recca Oil Lamps cheap at the 111. CROCKERY STORE. f )'ou want a Sett of Dishes for Five L Dollars, call at the CROCKERY STORE. Io see yourself as others see yon . buy a Looking Glass of FULK k WEIR. Tf j ou want a Sett of Dishes worth Twenty Dollars, eall at the CROCKERY STORE. AY' Tash Tubs, Wash Boards, Clothes , ' Pins ClothesJsaskets and Brooms at the (Feb-ilsdiJ CRiXKEnYeroRK. Porcelain and Parian China, manu factured is Ohio, equal to imported ware and less in pric. F. k W. 1862. McLain & Son's 1862 INSURANCE OFFICE, WARItEX, O. CAPITAL KEPRE3EXTED. Twelve Million Dollars!! JUSTS TO TUE PEOPLE. XJE again call the attention of tho 1 1 People to the fact that we are ready at aU J times to insure their property against loss or damage by Fire. We represent Companies whose joint cap- i ital is upwards cf TWELVE MILLION DOLLARS, I End whose reputation has been tried in the fiery furance end came forth untarnished. THEY PAT ALL LOSSES ! IriUtKftEW YEAR. Aro you in- smr.l M?r !.' in a t'loa lompaay and (or a sutheicu amount? UUl L'UJtrAiNIlS. iienrj I Want Berclief savs. "Look out for them. and when Agents offer to iissore you at half price see if there isn't a 'cat under the meal" ilAl'lXAL. Ben ymnkiin thought J ibe bet Capital to begin life with Was, ''a eapi talwile, tud a policy of Insurance iu a Capital com pany. N TE PLUS ULTKA Though tua- nmg may supply the lack of strength noth- ing will sui ly the lack ol good insurance aiicr a riro. sejriti! fih VL'intiftVrea unu iu" .h,hiulvi-. I ' The fire bell won't jar your serves if you jet .ucLam md to insure you. LL LUCK :To get insured nt at low rate, and find after a fire that the Company ' is a wiiii cat institution. Metier pay asounacoui- tau lair rate, anil b? trure. 0 IiDEK "Order is Ileaven'a first up your in-turance with. AIcIjuu X Sou. PROTECTION. Be industrious, economkal and in sure with McLain A Son anj we iiware you atuut waut, inioleuce auU fir. . ARD TIMES. "Sfonejr is too w-aree to ret iDKured. Do you think you would hnre mure money if your houy ahouiJ bui'u ituwD wituout iuurauc7 in t try it. T)EA V ly d EAI the above hints, and inward- igest them. Then act upon them. A man iu llowland read our advertisements three months ago. got insured, bnrut out. and is now one thousand dollars better off for it. You can't afTord to lose vim nr.mu.pfv uiMfiiulinin . 1 1 t!.Ir . nil 11 ? 1 i .n T. j. McLaiu i on and ct a good Policy of lusu-'i ranee. I r.j.arL.tivaKui, Warren, Ohio. Y j7m7lain & SON, WAIinL'.ti, OHIO. T oam Monet, LhnroiwT PArEit, But and Sell Kxchange on Eastern Cities, aad Ea- r.pe. Insurance luuipame represcnteit witb slo.-k of Twelve Million lKillaro, Lrral and Collecting Uuiucss promptly attended to, luteri.t paid on De posits. W arren, '... Feb. i. iser. Braman's SewingM ioii ine. The Uruman Machine Is In every. i speet asW elate, simple, practical and rel ln. ! f rtlio-, nio . FAMILY rirWIXJ ) Anionic the adv&nta-zes it haa orer otUer?, are U e ; follow intc: ' Ut 'i'ii works are io armnrH that the Machine ' cau he run tW-krard or f'rwni, m-wing eiiu.-illy I -well either way, it no alway-i be ftarteU will the fMt altue, aud 15 aiwsr sure to he mrht. The nceillc is pevfitiy straight, thus or.ahling to work through heavy goods without trouble or danger of breaking by springing as with curved ones. 3d The thread is used direct from the spools both upper and lower, thus suviug tho trouble f re winding. 4th Its simplicity end non liability of go;tirj out uf order. 6th The ease with which it can oe operated, ind t.m .l..'l.it;tv ..f i, t.,rlr th mmm iu rrv.ln.lir and cannot be nj-pvd, alihough every fourth stitch ! r iT.!: -ill Or., T lira. Camaa. Tvi i. ! and KasilVitnta. Pk-ase nd lor circular. Agent, ! wanted to whoia liberal inducements will bo offer- 1 ed. Address 11. W.f BWi:Uitk, , .Manufacturers and Dealersin wing .Machines. f .. I'll, Suterior .""t., Cleveland, Ohio. I March .'. 1C 1 1 t- r . l v l-o c V ; W 11 r'ul r r Z--l'r" I kj The Itnardiaa of 1 In the Court of Cotomon . I rick I rick 1 Plas ot TrumbuU Co, U. : I I Jhn llcno'etal ' By onler of , daied the T-tth darof i .rl J.i-Jwi ; f the Court ,f t ommou 1'Ieas t uaren, l'i, I" mv mnriei m u- 1 1 tir-i mini - ; , V T ' public salo at the door of the eonrt houso in Ihe i town of Warren, in said county sf Trumbull, tftat.Tr Ohio, on ftHlurvlay th 31 dnj af .May. 1M2, i between the hours of 10 o'clock A 1 and 4 t a of said ! day tho followmg d scribed premisn to wit: the j Mecca, in suiil countv uu i kn.iwn mm Dart ot Nu. 2o and laundcd as follows: oa the north by lands of Luther I asp. on the east by lamlsof f usou- ! Dah Phillitis, south by J. L. t ase. and west by centre of the north aad south centre road in thes by the the said ' L Aa-I "-hip and roataina jeveuty uern of laud. - 1 ' Pr m- Terms cash. J.ii. HI TLER. Sheriff. .Sheriff's OfEc?. ITarrcn. Jlsrch 3i. ls.f. AJOTICE arry Beach. Esr oP. la Cart of C m unot F. Trobridge, Pl ffl Pleas of Trumlmll Co., . . I ,r ..r lllii.. Ityrou . ViclA l'eft ) I The said P. ron A. V iets is hereby aotiftrd that' said plaintiff on the lith day of February. 1'-, ! tiled his petition iu said Court against said defend- j lulling lorth among otner tn.ns mat tur piain- was the holder of a NoC aia-le by defendant on itth da of Septenih.-r, liell. for the suia of thir Hundred and Fifty I'ollars not v-t due. but which ill become due on the 2Ttl lieecuibcr. ln'. : That proceeding iu atlarhmciit have been iitstitu- upon said daiia ia said action, and that the or-' tbereiu has Imhh, returned served oa properly ol j uramixui .luiin w.i r.in,. t iruutlo .. judgment upon the said claiai wStea the win be- 1 defendant witnin smki rnanlv. riiuntiB prays, i cuaus doe. J be aaid aelendani is aerehy aotitieu he is reouired to amar and answer aaid pcti- ttooan the itthday of May.lViJ.or the prayer of said! it tun will be granted and the property attaenca subjected to the payment of the plaintiffs claim. TU I nit A JUNKS March Si, li;-6w Attys for Pl ff. BUIfiDIXG I-OTS Uoo.1 desirable Iluildio Lot to on good terms long lime or ft ca.h. tail at MeConaell Shoe and Loaiher Store, Main St W arreu. . March latti. exa irmTirn in t I r. I v -u.'-f " " . .l 7 .k- jk..;b k.. OI i. w nrrroy nnr. been appointed an.i qnannrri r(n ,,.nVii . of Jaun White, late of Wealhersfield. dcMe.l. April 1 !: in 'A ID OHL. j j i i ' i 1 , r. as I i J. for brf- ad uo r- I lo off v (ali vats solicited, aad nueri r-.e.irnl will hw prompt ai ' tentinn. I1"Vl'..K8'i UAYMAKEBm. j ihe Ull'Iorsined having ngUin TC 19 9unied business, respectfully informs tlie pub- . , ., " . T ""I, JOU want to lUV the fillCSt UlU I best fitting Ladies' paiier Biots. call at . . . WARIIBV?. " ' TJ,' y00 want to l'HV the flncbl tlkul Cove-Dale Nurseries. Kinsman Street, tlfeJ-mJ, O. Ill WE a very lare stock, of FRCIT AXP ORXAMESTAL trees. Grape Vines, including t-nyahogn, Delaware. Coneord. and 40 other varieties. Berry plants. Shrubs. Ro ses. Dahlias. Ac for sale very low especially Peaea rees. Call and ace. or send sln.np t;r 1 aial.ue,. Mar lo-tw EDWARD T.MoR. Cleveland & Mahoning R. R. On and after Friday, March '., lS6i trains will rua as lull.'Ws: EX.PRE.Mi. Leaves Yonngstown at fetO, a w: Warra at 7:3, a a. and arrives at Cleveland si 1C.C. x. a. Loat es Cleveland at 4:00 r a: Warren at 6:37 r a, aud arrive al ounsstown at 7:JU r a.. MAIL. Leaves Cleveland at 6:')" a: Warren at 11:15 X a. aud arrives at Y onngstown at 1:0 r a. Leaves Youngslowu atl:tru: V artou at ZJ) T a. and arrives at Cleveland at 7:05 r a. r Superintendent's libce, CHAS. L RHODES. Cleveiaiid, March 5. ls-"vi SuporiiitondTi.t. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. John Crich, I'll 1 Before 8. A. Davidson vs I J. P. of M:'cc townahip. Bailey Coullon and I TrunibuU aouuty. U. Charlus tiiiuiorc, Dcit..J ... ... . tin ihe a.tli day of F.-;)rnary. ISii nid Juvixi issued an order of atta.'hmont in the above a-tua lor li'csum of Four Doliars and EiUiy-.Six Cents. Said action is continued lt the l 'th d -.y of April, 1462. t 10 o'clock a ii. JViiS tRU-ii. Ap. i 2, yil-Zn VTOTICE TO TAX-PAY EES. i.1 Notice is hereby given to th Tas-Paj' crs of Irumhuil County that ori and afttr theloth of April and until thetfiih day of Jane the Treasurer wiil be in attendance in his othec. and ready to receive the 2d Installment of the taxes for the year 1361. Th.se having the money on bond will find it to their eoiiveaience to pay early. I). It GILJIORE. ". Ma-ch 2,i: 3 9.T County Ireasurua. EW R00.M3! SEW GOODS r M IIS. KUhG Trould ii. form her friends and the public generally, that she h:i. ncncd her uew rooms ever Amlrcws w eess Store, on .Market Strevi, where she is opening the mot desirable lot .if goods in her line, ever bruuj.'il to this place. Tlinnkful for favor received duruis her residence in this town, she hopes by keepiuj a good stock always on band, and by promptest in doinz buainc, to merit aud rccuii o a v-outi!:uati;tt oi tuem. lec. IVih, 'CO. MRS. if. A. KINU. LADIES Hats and Cap;, of all kind kept coBjtaatly ga uar.d aud f r ule at ailUi-l-SU'tS FLOWEHS and HIBDOXS of ccw and di-s'irable patters ar.J coVr'-.t . . . - MltS. klrtV. STOXE PUMP WAT K ii PIPE and STOXK WARE MANCK I'TTORi". thesub seribeys, having eniargnd their Factory, addin; new ifiaWineryi buii-linsi and klin, are now prepar'nl tu D.;ufi-mrctoprdcra!l kinds of Stone Pumps. Pipe, Ttleaod Ware-7-Allkindsol these art icles-coustaiiy nn bfinib iV i Invite ihe attentlcu of ulJ C'it itoers land will be npp to see many new ones. Orders V arren, 0.. 5epL J. lV-. VASNIfTG ANX5 ADVICE." Ciiitrm &Ja'.'cr.-.-As Toop. P't'Ai to WtU t 'aU mcaus provide yonpself with a good sapaly af 'J?m ry lavis' Pain Killer" it mw bthe nu ans of sav ing your life froia many uiseasi-s lnciJc-ct To c&ai ni'e it has saved mine bat be rare you gt the pur. Perry Davis Pain Killer, it is the only rviiablc ptuB aration of the kind in all -asrS. FBI E.N DS OF TIIE SOLDIER;- . let me say to vou in brotherly Viudneu, put X iko'a in one end of the Soldier's Kit aud a bottle ol genu ine Perry Imvis Pain Killer in the other. ai:J it uiajr be the means of insuring his saAi rvturn trust lo- no other preparation. . . ' ; :-'; FARMERS, provide yonrs-lvea with P-rry Davis Paia Killcsat tliis season of the vcar wheu Cholic, Choiera Mor bus. Irvsentary, I'iarrhiPa Ac. may disable your-hnnds-ise it in every ease of the kind, and my eajre for it, if it docs not effect a tfeedy eure but be saro vou trust to no other remedy bnt tho old long tried! Perry lavis Pain KiiLr which has cover to ayr knowledge failed. 3PARENTS, ' awl especially mothers who have the more imm4N ato care of children, permit me to say with cand ia arnestucss never lay aown io rest ai oikui whu health and happiness of yonrchiUlrenntheart.with out having tiie Perry Davis Pain Killer at Lane trust to no other paiu preparation atd pauaeca thev may aud often do tail in criiioal casea but Pctv Davis never ao never if you heed net i timely warning the fault is your ewa, as Perry Da vis 1'aiu KUler is IU nearly cery siuiw unnti-j... he LuJ: and all over the civilucd .-!d. KINSMAN CAKniAGK F-VCTOaV. H" - o ----- - j iriea fr munufactunpr. by too O'ldtuoa q new buiMtnta. a stani enritieaiid miwhicery to w escallii-hmi.i, 1 nut preraffti to furuist, vsiKcles uf every dt'ecrtptioa ot the beat qualiry, aai at fW nriraT. - In -l.'iine of Cnli-h. an&UtTof mfttcrial. ftud X cellence of wort mn?hijy, titc CWriat iUall uut U iiirtftMstMl in the Slitte. Pmiutinic, Trwuaiinr and Kepaixinf -ione at th shrtHt uaiK-e. -witt in the Lw?st msiinrr. KiaawiMa. 0 Feb. W.B.O0E70X M. A. K. LYMAX, I) ENTiST, of .-tv ton Falls, wbuM inform his fricsds of his return tn his rcr'- 1hims at til fortucr nlai'a. His o'iioa will hereafter be open to those who n;-ed the mi Tire of a tkuliul Dentist. Ii.-i!i5 truly thankful f-r favors iu tormsr years, hestiil hopes to maintain, by a striet prsoaal atteufiou Ui his prufessiou. to merit the auidoiKa of an euligiif. nei pubiii;. , ScpL 1. loOl. Boots and Shoes for AIL "r". ""j ' "V. c "Il.i, 'a'l wdJr. foV woraraeu he is prepared to exeniie a.l orders lor HOOTS ttllOUS nj G lTtHS, r!OY-i nd MtCK-( WEtR f - " , ' V L " 11 . 1 . . In every tU and varief r. . Uavtatr rr4 a largj lot of goods trom the lM. Ueysre deteruaa- to oo undersold by any iu tins business. nTTITrfrJt "DLTnf? TT VV OixlL, tr:il .. I nan. rf. i r wtm nrf k. , t. l'ericl w..rkeo. we flatter ourselrc. that w. can aiv. as a1 snitsfnciion as to w.-ri snd p,it anv of out competitors. . V rl. wAKKc.: r .w,T,ri KRE.N. 1 AtCEX'ii TF v 1 F you want an)i thlug'in' tho way of ouHt's ot I".faut' Shoes, cail.it WAHiU':r. r nj you want a Lay any j.h" In ucually kpt ill first e'sss Ikot and JUoe 5..-.r- call on WarreD and save 'J per cent, by parr.li&naj cash. Warren employs none hm rxd wi kr:.-. and can warreiit bia wmtk to aire foiri saUifasUtt. l.,caiioa o Market ht near ihe lii.nk. Warren, Jan. li. iTJ-t1 . ; 1. H. a ARRET. Cheese Vats I Cheese VatsIJ DA IKY MEN: We are coiifiilert -w . can si-ll yoa the beet C'bagsa Vai now otfort.1 sale in thisconiuiuniiy. aniagv m er utW t at. We iu subtaBluUiroj iry, and cous'.rucied so that, no n atter a la thw me'of vat. a are touch lips the vat to whey off iii, as ilh wher au, la relieve the ointcd .iiirr r'Kii i'.'ium wi pareni.J. i nr w,i-m. w " t. y- punrd with uou brafra. iaslrad.o( lae wood slat.aa uarenied. !' ooih.ib oi me uu tai i sup iib other vats. I his allows io enure vai 14 arv ,.irach day: B- ranting oat under the slats as a ilk i,er is, paiented. We introduce the heat at the mitre of the vai. airecny ir.im tnenrator; no piia wear ouu- wnea uie aina is m CBoaya w. 1 a Q I the heat witn a simple movement of a lever. closing alv over tb. opeiuar. tolbetst; at tie same lime opening a vaitc whiuh aoinmunicattf froia the healer to a boiler, made of trnaaimilar to el.iihes boiler. Thai is sooa set builinc, aiid af fords a jnppljr of hot water to wash up; lo ahtr -vat has thi arranrueni. A!so tatentf i. 2ka are subtianlioliy uiado. and of the best of na- terial; aud fur uwuh Mil awrability are not. equaled by aay oiber tiL Vou shuuld. (Ce uue ' beHue bayisg isewhre. - -Aawnt. i. I: urii. Faruilnston; Vila Power, , Mecca: I. Kerder. towtsrr v "rr.cn, timer .v va, Hartford. w lLa.IS 1.1 Bi'is.s. A Jitabala Co.. V. b. -Si, W'i tf ' Wct Ae laver.