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TEKilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. fneDMtr anl y,, Centn. . urfw... 2W Dol lar, ffvagmau it not euioe advnnre. So pa her discontinncd until .11 .rreara. are paid except at the otiu of the pubhsu. r. ILatr r Advertising, rwelve line- emal to one inch in space. u,.ke iuare. It w tw Sin Cm lyr Advertisement not under contract, trust be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more. Deaths and Marriage inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and other Notices, not conuected with their regular business. I'.uxiness Cards, not exceeding 3 Jincs. ?1,00 a line ter yean each additional line, 75 cents. JOB P R I X T I i . Having recently made large additions of the latest styles of type, to our assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, the different varieties of 1'laiu and Fancy Printing - SUCII AS Address Cards, Certiorates, Labels, Business Cards. Check Books, Manifests, Bank Checks. Colored Printing. Notes, Bills of Lading, Drafts, Programmes, Ball Ticket', Form Books, Receipt?. Blanks, all kinds. Handbills, Show Bills. In fact everything done in the shape of Printing, at prices that cannot fail to suit, and with dispatch. We keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Cards and Fine Stationery, from which those in want of Priming can select. Justices' and Constables' Blanks. Warraatoe, ilorlfinge and Quit-Claim 7)errf. S - mon. Execution; Subparntie, etc.. Constantly on hand and for sale. Arrival and Departure of Mails. POST-OFFICE, Warren. March Si. lotii. o.. fOUXGSTOWX. Daily Arrives "U r : leaves 11:1 . CLEVELAND. Daily Arrives 11:19 li ; leaves 2:.t0 r II. SALEM. Dailt Arrives in: leaves 6 a h OIL DIGGINGS, Dailt Arrives 11 am; leaves 2 SHAKo'x Arrives Tnes. Thors and Sat at 10:30 A M; leaves same days at 1:30 p M. WEST GREENVILLE Arrives Mm, Wed and Fridays at 2 r m; leaves Tues, Thurs and Sat 1 nrdars at 12 at. GKEENSBUKGH Arrives Mou, Wed and Fridaj-s at 11 a Jf; leaves same days at 1 r M. NORTH BLOOMFIELD Arrives Mon. Weil and Fridays at 7 r x; leaves Tues, Thurs and Sat urdays at 8 a x. FARMINGTOX Arrives Wed and Fridays at o r w: leaves Tues and Thursdsvs at 7 a m. CAXTON. DUCK CREEK, H ANNA'S MILLS Ac Arrives Friday 5 pm: leaves Tuesdsy 6:30 a m. RAVENNA Arrives Mon.. Wed. and Fridays, at 4r Mi leaves on Tues., Thurs. and Saturdays, at 9 A X. Mails which leave at or before 8 a x are closed the preceding Eve, at t r x. All others are closed half an hour previous to their departure. C. JI. PATCH. P. SI. No drop letters delivered unless prepaid. Cleveland & Mahoning R. R. On and after Monday, March SO, 1S63, trains will run as follows: EXPRESS. I Leaves Yoongstown at 6:35, a x: Warren at 7:3 A X, and arrives at Cleveland at 10:00, a X. Leaves Cleveland at 4:00 r x: Warren at 6:37 T X and arrives at Vonnicstown at 7:20 r x. MAIL. Leaves Cleveland at 6:50 a x; Warren at 11:19 A X and arrives at Younestown at 12:30 T X. Leaves Yoongstown at 1:40 r X: Warren at 2:50, r X and arrives at Cleveland at 7:05 r x. Superintendent's Office. CHAS. L RHODES, Cleveland. March 25. 1S53. Superintendent 1 gUre ( .50 $1.00 $ 1,1 1 $ 2..TII $ 4,U I ? T.OC Squares 1.00 2.00 S.f) 5.00 8.0-1 UoO Square 1.501 S.00 f..(t 7.(0 1 1.I.W 16.0C ' column 2.501 4.00 C.IV g,(X' U;.i'J t,00 lA column 4.001 7.00 1 S.Ou 1.0T a'.'-1 1 column 6."0 1 900 12.ft0" 20.00 SZtfiTVi Town and County. U. S. 5-20 Bonds. Geo. Tayler, at the Western Reserve Bank, is agei.t for the sale of the 5-20 year six per cent. Coupon Bonds. Per sons wishing these Bonds, can get them at par for bankable funds. May 27tf Erie Conference. The Erie Conference of M. E. Church meets at Ashtabula on July 15th. Read. The reply of President Lincoln to the Albany Vallandigham resolutions. We trust the Ohio committee will get mote of the same sort. Six Months Men. About twenty-five or thirty rnt-ii Iit ed under the hist call, mostly inington and Warren, left morning for Camp Cleveland. from Flir Yeslt-iilav Bristol Soldier's Monument. to the destruction by fire of the ilarble establishment in Cleveland, which was to furnish the monument, it is im possible tohave it ready by the 4ih of Ju. ly. Kotice of the time will be given, when it is ascertained. Gone Up. We learn with pleasure that W. II. El well, a graduate of this office, has been promoted to a position on General Hun ter's staff, with the rank of First Lieu tenant. We'll bet Billy will discharge any duty, or front sny danger to which he is ordered, equal to "any other m:m." Refreshing. The fine shower of last Saturday wash ed the face of mother earth, most effect ually, bringing tha gre;n out ol dnt-be-grimmed leaves and plants, and improv ing the general appearance as much as would an application of soap and towel to the faces of some juveniles we have seen. Fire. Durring the rain-storm of List Saturday, the barn of L. C. Jones, Esq., of this place, was struck by lightning, and with its contents, grain, buggy, sleigh, harness. &o , almost entirely can-mined. The firemen of both companies were prompt ly on the spot, and by their exertions sav ed other birn? and buildings, but a few yards from the one burned. The falling rain at the time was no detriment to the work of the firemen. In this connection we may properly mention that manv men can do more ac tual service at the brakes of the Engines, than in looking at a tire, lo our own certain knowledge, one set of men, most ly firemen, worked at the brakes on Sat- ueday, until they were nearly exhausted More Stolen Goods Recovered. After the conviction of John Walker for robbing Hoyt & Osborn's Store, (men tioned last week,) and he knew he must gq to the pentientiary, he told a fellow- prisoner, Benj. Scott, where the balance ol the goods were hidden. Scott tho't he would make a good haul, and kept ilarh until he heard a prisoner had escap ed from the Sheriff on the way to Colum bus. He supposed Walker was the man, and that he would be back after the goods before his own time in the jail had expired. He therefore informed as near as he could, where tho goods could be foand. Search was made last Friday, but without sqecess. Scott still insisted that Valker told him, and the search was re sumed, and finally a large portion of goods still missing, were found on Mr. Geo. Lef fingwell's land, in this township. The goods were much damaged fiy the lte rains, but many of them were still valua ble. Roll of Honor. Of the Warren Union School. 18CS. List of those who were not absent on half lay during tho fall term of 18G2. HIGH SCHOOL. Win Cochran, Win Dana, Edwin Dickey, Cyrus Folsom, F J Itfackey, S B Craie, Emma Brooks. Effirt Barnes, Carrie Carter, Sarah Creasey, Cina Douglass, I.ibbie Idding", Maria Smith, Frank Soule, Arwilla Welch, Emily Hyde., GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Poison Cox, Wm Moser. Chas 1'arson. Edward Smith, Flora Asper, Louisa Andrews, Mattie Brooks, Mary Clark, Almina Derr, Sarah Forbes. Emma Fuller. Clara Harmon, Mattia Harmon, Hat tie King, Charlotte McCombs, Ollie Smith, Jerusha Webb, Mary Parks, NORTH SCHOOL. Mary Jameson, Geo Hawkins, D.ilas Parker, LIBERTY STREET SCHOOLS. Ella VanGorder. Emma Marton, AlbErt VanGorder, Emma Butler, Lizzie Tavler, Lottie Tayler, Mapgie Green, Henry Ripley, Maria Tayler, Georgia Palmer, Kittia Messersmith. Julius Goldstein, EAST SCHOOLS. Forrest Iddin;s, Annie Wheeler. Willie Hunt. Number during Winter term 18S2 3. HIGH SCHOOL. Annie Palmer, Libbie Iddings, Alice Fitch, Edwin Dickey, Willie Cox. Charles Burton, Albert Andrews, Thos Kinsman, Geo Jameson, GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Frank Adams, Joseph Cener, Chas Freer, Chas Hunt. Wm Iddings, Wm Lyman, Wm Moser, llulin Nelson, Chas Farsons. Frank Tayler, Louisa Andrews, Mary Brett. Lillie Fuller. Frances Fortnan. Nettie Fenton, Clara Harmon, Mattie Harmon, Maggie Irwin, Julia Lyman, Mary Miller, Charlotte McComb?, Bell Sutlift'. Ollie Smith. SOUTH SCHOOL. Mary Baker, Frank Truesdell Levi Gaskill, Martha Fox, Mary Derr, Emma Derr, Julia Seely. Nellie Burnett, Caroline Gardner, George Fox, Fred Hoyt, Wm Gardner, LIBERTY STREET SCHOOLS. Minnie Lourte, Sephon Burnett, Wm Lane, Ella VanGorder, Albert VanGorder, Emma Butler, Manie Ritezell. Mary Downs, Maria Tayler, NORTH SCHOOLS. Mary Jameson, Maggie Davidson, David Jameson, EAST SCHOOLS. Willie Hunt. Geo Cole, " Clarence Scoville, Eddie Smith, Mary Cole, Mary Forbes, Km ma I aimer. Mary Iddings, Lillie Wheeler, Geo Cranage, Number during Spring term of 18GJ. HIGH SCHOOL. Frank Soule, Nellie Tayler, Geo Jameson, Wm Cochran, Libbie Iddings, Annie Palmer. Emma Brooks, Susie McLain, Chas Burton, GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Dolson Cox, Louisa Andrews. Wm Hapgood, Mary Clark, Samuel Iddings, Ella Fuller, Wm Lyman, Mattie Harmon, Wm Moser. Mary Parks, Flora Asper, Id Smith, WEST SCHOOL. Lucy Warren, SOUTH SCHOOL. Mary Derr, RatliffGaskill, Emma Derr, Fred Hoyt, Martha Fox, George Fox, LIBERTY STREET SCHOOLS. I Ella VanGorder, Alice Wilson, Shela VanGorder, Anna Derr, Albert VanGorder, Willie King, Lizzie Kohl, Emma Martin, EAST SCHOOLS. Charlotte Smith. Geo Smith. Eddie Smith. Minnie Brown, : Mary Iddings. : Kmma Palmer, j Lucy Patch, i Geo Cranage, NORTH SCHOOL. ; Mary Jameson. j Auna Parks, I James Dougherty, Robert Jameson, David Jameson. It will be seen that many of these pu' I pils have not been absent during the ! year. Nearly all of them stand in ad vance of their classes. Parents can in no better way teach their children habits of iunctualitv than by keeping them in school every day. The absence of 100 pnpils does not ex ceed one day. This is well, but we hope the parents will continue to co-operate with the Board and Teachers and see if we cannot double the numbers next year. II. J. CALDWELL, Supt. U. S. Taxes For the benefit of those interested, we will Mate that it is not expected that the taxes on Incomes for 1802, and on carria ges and Annual Licenses for the year com mencing May 1, 18G3, will be ready for collection before the last of July or the first of August. Due notice of the time will be civen, as soon as the lists are re- ceived. Vandalism. 1 he bexton or the ivew Cemetery in forms us that some unprincipled person has been cutting down and mutilating ev ergreens on those grounds. The act is disgrace to any one living in a civilised community, that they should be so lost to all that is decent, as to commit such an outrage. The Statues Received. The State Laws passtd at the late Ses sion of the Legislature have been receiv ed by the County Auditor, where Town ship Trustees, Clerks and Constables can obtain the copies to which they are entitled. Mowing Match. We are requested to notice that there will be a Mowing Match at Payne's Cor ners, Brookfield, on Saturday next, June 27th. All are invited to participate. Bring on your machines, and give them a trial. Good Cooks. Ladies, if you would be known as good cooks, and would avoid the mortification of having poor biscuit for tea when you lrave company, use D. B. DeLland A Co'j Chemical Saleratus. and that only. More Wool. Dr. R. H. Walker informs us that he sheared from a two year old buck, 19 lb wool, one year's growth, a little mora than the two year olds mentioned last week, sheared. Buggies for Sale. J. M. Stull has several buggies and wagons for sale. See advertisement. Atlantic Monthly. The Atlantic Monthly for July baa beea received. Every number we have receiv ed lately has been good, but this one seems to be the best for many months. The fol lowing list of contents and authors will show what a strong number it is: Doings of the Sunbeam, by Oliver Wen. drll Holmes; the Wraith of Odin, by Hen. ry W. Longfellow; G:il Days, by Gail Hamilton; Fleur-de-Lis at Tort Royal, by Francis Parkman; Her Epitaph, by T. W. Tarsons; Outside Glimpses of English Pov erty, by Nathaiel Hawthorn. Paul Bleck. r, by the author of "Life in tho Iron Mills;" By the River, by J. T. Trowbridge; Growth of Continents, by Louis Agassis; The Musician, by Miss L. P. Hale; Eng. lish Naval Power and English Cronies, by G. Reynolds; Our General; The Claims to Service or Labor, by Robert Dle Owen Reviews and Literary Notices. Card. The aubscrilr takes this method of thanking his neighbors and friends for the assistance rendered him in money labor, building materials and clothing, to repair his loss by fire, which oceured on the 20th day of March, last. G. D. HOOD. Liberty, June 23, 1863. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! PECK & J3 li O T H 13 It. No. 9, Market St., Warren, O. Would inform their patron that they are prepared for the fall trade of li2, with a larre and varied stock of Staple and I all ey lrjiools,Trlinnilng-e,ind Mllieoerj Uooda, Mb. Cnrpeta and Xotleaa. to wnicn me acreniiom ei au are invited, Sept 24. 1862. 10,000 Ji ds Standard marks Prists, at the loweit market PECK BROTHER. A GOOD assortment of Brown and Blaeehed Eheetisn and Bhirtinsa. eheas far reauy pay. rMtfi. & BIWTUEK, A Largo Assortment of the bet Hamilton, Manoheiter and Pacific DeLaines, ropima, ajeueiaa, iraveung (joeds, etc., at very low f gnrea. PECK & BROTHER. SILKS Plain Black, Black Bro cade, Colored Brecade. Plaid. Stripe, etc., a creatTariety of style, frem Fifty Cents to Twe lelisrt per yard. l-fiUh. 1U tK. MBROlirEKlES Collars, Under- 1 sleeves. Edaims snd Insertinm of all kinda. Hack and M hit cufk baoe, Krusweis Edginrs, ete all vary cheap. PtX'k KKOIHER. RIBBONS, Flowers, Trimmings o: all kind. Corsets. Glve. Hosiery, HairXet Net. eia in gTeat variety. PfcCa. BKOlliiK. s KIRTS ! SKIliTS ! ! New Balmo- ' 1. 4k. ka.t ,.VU CVol.tnn. K.tk T.n. 1 vio, ui IJ isum aaAtBiak Ul v i kuus. sviu afw and Hod. at all price. V JSC a. HKO 1111.11. rrVABLE LINENS, Bleached and 1 Brown. Wool Spreads. Toilet Quilt. 7-4 and 8-4 caeeting. and ruiow (. aluiiin, and every' Unas ui ue une et aeue tumninine; rood5. aOAKPETS If you want to buy a V J feed Carpet for the leart possible amount of money, roaie to toe arren ury (ood otore,whr yea win find the best aesortinent in tone. 0' IL Shades, Curtain Muslin, Em broidered Curtain Uuslins. Curtain Fixtures, lo, in treat variety. FECK. A BKOlUtH. Oil AWLS Brochea, Thibet, Silk Crape and Stella Shawls, in all colors and qual ifies, wuiou we wut veil l pneca w iuii cTprwjuj, Q HOES Ladies and Children's Bal k 7 morals. Gaiters. Kid. Goat and Calf Shoe. iui-e and well selected stock, in whioh we are pre pared te oner great inducements to purchaser. rkXh. A bKUl UbK. aO LOTUS, Cassiinere, Vestinira. J Tweeds. Jeans, etc., for Men and Buys' wear, comprising all the desirable styles that the market atterdr. rtta. 4 UKUtlltK. llaroh 19, lle'2. WEEPING SAD and LONELY Or When this Cruel War is Our. Inscribed te sorrowing heart at home, with a fine noru. just pubusneu. at ADAMS' MUSIC STORE, aOALL nie not bck from tho Echo- J less Shore. This is the reply to "Rock Me to Sleep Mother, and a most beautiful song. Just published at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. NEW WALL PAPER. OA A A Rolls ju6t received from jLJJJ New York. New and deirel!e paternswHh Borders te match. Alto a good as sortment or curtain rapers. March lg. 1863. W. N. k W. F. PORTER, s TEAM BOILER FOR SALE. One Steam Cylinder Boiler, thirty feet long ana winy incoe in diameter. Aaareve D. U. WILDER. May 20.-4w V. Bloemfield. Trumbull Ce. EUROPEAN PHYSICIAN ; AND M K JT M B X . H .Ta7 DR. E. WORKMAN. I a in irroiessor ot bt. ijuke s li Hospital. London, England, and author of the Ladies' Medical Companion, treats success fully the Eye, Ear, Passages, Catarrh, Throat and Air and 11 Chronic Diseases After a varied and extensive Practice ef over twenty-eight year in the trench and fcngush Hoi- ltals, and a a pracuoner in tne City ot London, e has vermanmllv located his institution at WAR- REX NRiiO-N AL ilOLSB, (Reception Room.) ALL DISEASES PECEXIAB TO FC HALES TREATED With Unparalleled Success, Such as Prolapsus Uteri. (Tallin of the Womb.) Irregular or Obstructed Menses. Ac. e treat all diseases with unprecedented success br late scien tific discoveries, whih is robbing death of its thous and stings, and the grave of its million terrible vic tories. Having now ene el tne most favorable op portunities of consulting ene ot the most Ligiti IUti Phtsicu6 that ever visited America. And we will show by demonstration that the present mode ef treating d:seases are wrong and not calcu lated te prove beneficial, and explain the princi ples by wnich cures of diseases may be affected. Testimonials of ever 2U00 can be examined at the Reception Rooms, of remarkable cures performed by Sr. WORKMAN'S Soientifio 1'reatmeut, causing lue jjuna to see. The Lame te walk, Te Deaf to hear. The Dumb te talk. Those suffering frem disease of whatever name er nature are invited to call and consult the Doctor free of charge. The roer are cordially invited witheut mon ey and without price.'" V arren, J une J. lobo. TOTICE TO FARMERS ! 1 Those wishing to provide themselves with the Independent Herse Rake, will find them at the old stand of J. Bsrtlett, one mile west of the center of Johnston, made in the best manner. June 10 iw J. HIKIUIX Warren and Lake Erie Plank Eoad Company. DIVIDEND of roca peb cint. On the Canital Stock ef this Company ha man declared, aavable at the office ef the Treasu rer in Warren, on and after the 10th of July next. JOkLTli lutii.jr., s-reai. Wii.T.SPtAR, Ju 10th. 1861 Sw Seo'y and Teas Cleyeland & Blahouinff'B. R. Co., I Ci.ivBi.aip, Ohio, June 13, 1861. ) A special meeting of the Stockholders of this Company, will be held at it office in this city, on Thursday the 9th aay of July. next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. to take action upon a contract proposed be tween the Atlantic and Great Western Railway Company, and this Company. Transfer books will be elosed c on the 29th day of June at 3 o'clock P. M. and remain elosed until Friday A M. July 10, lSdLi. By order oi the .Board o: .Directors. O, M. BURKS, Secretary. June 17. iw. SSIGNEE'S NOTICE. j Persons having claim against Henry Bar nard, which have been nresented to and allewed bv his assignee, are hereby notified that a dividend of per cent, ha been declared on amount due at time of assignment, payable at the office of the un dersigned in hansuan, Ohio, on the 6th day of July laoA A. YEOMAN S, Assignee. , JM2t-w I THE SPRING TRADE OF 18G3. JOHN E. WOODS, TTATlNCt recently eomjj leted bio Murkmeat er DUUG3, MEDICINES, GROCERIES, and YANKEE NOTIONS, with a great variety of other article usual ly kept by hiin; is prepared to oner inducements te the Trade and purchasers in general, rarely eeuaied in the Towu or Warren, la the kae ox DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES. LIQUORS, CLASS WARE, e., Ac.. my ai"tsaeet i ceeoplet. And a to eualitr and pnee i Court Competition ! a I will alwayi sell at the lowest market rates, aud guarantee tne euality ef my Moods. r ROCERIES, VX In wit list of Groceries. I offer fur inspection the finest old Kew Orleans bugars and Molasses, that can be found in any Market. The Trade or in dividual ean be supplied by the hogshead, barrel or single pound at close figures. In my Teaohects can be found the finest aualiticc in Market at reas onable price. Coffee, Kiee. Pepper, Cassia, Nut megs. Tobaeee, Soap. Candle. Ac.. Ac. ia quanti ties to acooiainedate lae Trade ia general. YANKEE NOTIONS. In the Notion department I aim to keeo a full supply of all the leading article, bought ex pressly for the jobbing Trade. On my shelves may be found 3M dox. Cotton Hosiery of grade amtltr botl I I 100 " Cetton and Lisle Thread Olovea. 50 Gents Suspenders of all qualitiba. 100 Neck Ties, all colors and prioe. 300 " Genu Collars, .V) ' Ladies do 500 " aw yds Spool Cotton Thread, 200 lbs Klack Linen. 300 Packs Pins No. 2, 3. 4, 5, 100 gross Ladies Drees Buttons, assorted. 400 " Coat, Pants and Vest Buttons. 500 " Pearl Shirt Buttons, 500 " Courmon Agate " 50 "Lead Pencils, 100 Reams N ote. Letter and Fool Cau naoers 300 dox. Ladies Dress Braids in assorted Color. 100 gross Steel Pens, 100,000 tiun Gaps, 100 cross 3-4 yard Shoe Lace. 100 G " Hooks and Eye. 100 dox. Pocket Memorandums. 50 gross Pen Holders, ?i0 dox Serpentine Braid. 0 " Narrow Silk do. in colors. 10 gross Rubber Circular Combs, 25 " Rubber and Horn dressing combs. Genuine lankeeSoap, ' Old Brown Windsor. 10 Ladies Silk Belts. 30 lbs Sewing Silk. oO dux. Machine ailk all colors. 300 Bolts fine velvet Ribbon, assorted style, Hi gross Lrfiaies comos, 50 dox. Poeket Books. 100 cross Rubber Hair Pin. 50 lbs Common " " 2 gross Glenn's Honey Soap. 2 " gross Lyon's Katharon, 50,000 Envelopes assorted, 5 gross Japanned Tobacco Boxos. 20 gross Crochet Balls, assorted colors. I Burnett c Cocaine, Ac., le.. Ae , HUE LADIES I Will find the finest Hair Brushes. Toilet Soai Perfumeries, and Fancy article in ceueral. to be found in Warren, at the (tore of J. K. HOOUS npiTE GENTLEMEN JL Can find the best shaving soap and brushes. Cloth Brushes. Pocket Wallets vamnttdnatiaUak. fine Cirar and fin cut rhewinsr Tobseeo's. vest chains, rocket chains, focket Combs, run Lanes, and iiooks Ac, lor sal by j. n. wooub, T)AINTERS. a it in una erooa hosi oi t niie ieae 11 uu. Ground Colore, all kinds of dry Paint. Paint and Varnish Brushes, Linseed Oil, DryercAc, at the utere or I. R.WOODS. D TEES Can select free a fall stock of chienoed and ground Dye Wood, kdigo and all artieiec aaed in their luidiiccc. at rpANNERS l sn Oct r the beat fWit's Oil. Lamp Black d CaUh er Oatceha te be foand in this Market, J. R. WOODS. F ANCT HORSEMEN Can select from Eloan'a or Wnrrii'i. or llrelnir. Fronfield A Co 'c Horse Powder. Gargling Oil, Mus tang Liniment, and all the best article in use at this timet. J. R. WOODS. B IRD CAGES A few en hand yet, and for sal at last year' pri- J. K. WOODS. Tl rEDICINAL LIQUORS. I have on hand a large stock from the best $10.00 Brandv down to 25 ner cent corn W hiakev. A raw barrels of choice old Bourbon and Rye.on hand yet orth YiJU per gal lion. 4. n. wuuub, T O eonclndo I will Bay that it is my intention to constantly keep on hand a full line ef Goods, and as I am now buying and SELLING EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH t t in eenseqaenoe ef the unsettled eonditon ef Bone- tary and Commercial matter, I Batter myself thbt can give my customer a rood bargain in their purchase a oanbefoundia Northern Ohio. wo .ua at, vfwv.ua. Jameson & Wbccter OFFER TO FARMERS TUB ''PRESIDENT COOK STOVE," Acknowloded by all to be the oest EleVatcd Oven Stove now in n e: they are very heavy and are warranted nott break by fire. ALSO THE KIX OF STOVES," Which is too well known forced any commenda tion. ALSO THE "QUEEN OF STOVES!" A good, cheap and durable Elevated oven Stove SALK ROOMS No. 5, Market Street: Foundry en Liberty Street, near theeanal. Warren, (I. April -a. '63. "DUILLIANT COOK STOVE' U The best Ceal Stove ever eflVred to the public: warranted to give perfect satisfaction and staud fire. Manufactured and forsnle by JAMESON A WHEELER. "CONQUEST COOK STOVE " V FOR COAL; a large and new made stove with a well arrangod rate for coal; don't require i biuhal of coal to build one fire. Manufactured by JAMESON A WHEELER, ""DANGUT COOK STOVE for snail wood eater, and a good baker: also two sixes f the "Rip-Rap," a vry popular stove, wherever introduced. J A Jll-.SU-N X ttULr.LbK THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED A Cook Stove "DISPATCH." for sale by JAMESON Si WHEELER. LOWSOFVLL KINDS, Manu featured end for ule by JAMESON fc WHEELER. rLI) IKON L'AKKN in Exchange fer anything w have for sale. JAMESON A WHEELER. fWMl IN WAKE, STOVE L'll'E. SIT OAR KKTTLES. POTASH KETTLES, and ail kind ef Iron Ware manufactured and far sale a jiiiuua utbLtit a. riHEESE VATS. V We still eonrinuetomakean Improved Cheese at. toe well anewn lo ine Dairymen oi irumouu Couuty te need any putting. Call and examine be fore buyiug elsewhere. JAMESON A WHEELER. "DCCKEVE MOWING MA- lICHINEforalebr T7IRE l'CES, GRATES. AND JJFIRE ERICK.at JAMESON A WHEELER EXCELSIOR SELP-SUSTJJMKG IIOBSE PITCHFORK. FIRST PREMIUM AT THE KEW YORK STATE FAIR, 1862. "MIIS NKW AND VA LUA ULr INVENTION is presented to the public tha "NE PLUS ULTRA OF It ha many tkrided alvantffe orer other? among which are it u mril-suntmuiur. roQuinii nn .tftitifn whatever until its luad is to tli- rirTf.L ,v the u-e of the nullevit farni-liel wil with the fork, it will swin directly over the mow, where it DISCIIAKOES ITS LOAD by tmily puUiiiff the cor J. It hiu A SHORT HANDLE, but eighteen iurlies in length. eouMquently can le used in places where other lrks roulu not be coir veniently used such as jliei wiiuluw, over lu great beam in barns, dec. lue tines being m steel in the shape of an old fuehioneu train sickle, are capable of holding as much as a bora ean draw. It has no springs or latches to get out o order. A Boy ten yean of age, ean USE IT WITH E AS L. IT WILL PITCH OFF A LOAD OF HAT ORDINARILY IS FIVE TO SIX MINUTES. Can be used for stacking. The following from the Country Gentleman, will speak tor its merits: "We have ceen in operation no less than seven different horse hay-forks, some of which we had considered rood one, and which do operate well. But when we saw the lurk exhibited at iloehester. by N .Palmer. Ureenville, ureene County. i. 1 .. all others were left clear in the shade. It is decidedly the most perfect implement, in the line of horte aud hay-forks, that ha ever been made. There is no chance for improvement in ltyandone of the most eommendaule features in is? manufacture is. tha arte is the lowest of any other style of forks Wat we auow OI. vie uitbuviuiuci, w uai.. ti , in the manufacture or sale of this kind of horse forks, and we are not even acquainted with the pro prietor of it- But we know it to be an implement . i . e 1 1 - i : U. n that will never fail to eire best of satisfaction. The prineipit en which every part is made, is according to tne most appro Tea mecuanicai auu jjumwpuwm principles. tor lown or CountyrigDts arttiress D. G. PECK, Warren Ohio. Forks for sale bv JAMESON A WHEELER. Market Street Warren, Trumbull County. Ohio. Alaye. 1N63, 3m Jlowins Machines. MANUFACTURED IN WORCESTER, MASS. Price, Delivered on Cars. feet cut (one horse) .... 2 $90.00 100.00 110.00 QUAKER aMOWER. MANUFACTURED AT SALEM, OHIO. $120,000 QUAKER BOY MOWER. Four feci cut, t35.000 THE extras and all parts of tho above Machine ean be had at Mr arren Pack ard's, in Warren, who will also take orders for the above Machines and will keep all extras for Light Hubbard and take orders for the Machines. Per son antlcipt :ing purchasing Machines the present season, might be beneutea Dy examining tne snore Michinea. They can be seen by ral I ing on WARREN PACKARD. Warren. J. W. POWERS. Mecca, or . RtEVES. Howland. April 2y. I860 tt HORSE RAKES!! DORSE KAIiES !! Tanners Look to Your Interests ! WISH to inform the Farmers of Trumbull .'and adjoining Counties that I am nov Manufacturing and offer for sale, at the old shp on Quinby Hill, a few rod north of the llor rism House. Independent Wheel Rakes, with improvements. Revolving Rakes, Churns, Churn Powers. Ptraw Cu-ters. Wheel Barrows, Grass Seed Sowers, Fork, ani Hoe handles, Ae., also Sawing. Turning and Pitning. done to order. J. JG1LLMER. V arren May 13. 1S6S 3m Proprietor. TOEY OF THE GAUED. By JeaviaFiamoDh at ADAMSi New York Store. FfflSMM" W tl inform their friends and public generaUr that tbeg have received thaw tul perehaee ef SPRING GOODS which as large cad varied as the prosont state ef tha market will jnstisV. which with many carried ever fees last year, whea pricee were lew. enable Hicea te effer te cask er ready WW kewcri SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS ! wiorriRix DRESS GOODS, PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK IILXI. PLAIN AND FIGURED FANCY SILKI. RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED SILK POPLIN. 8AX0NT AND MOHAIR DRESS GOODi POPLINil. LARBTTAS AND M0ZAMBIQUE3, ALPACCA8. DELAAINI. C1ULLTI PLAIDi A.. Ac. Ac The present high prices of new silks, new is eke time to secure some B ARGAIKci ia We hare had en hantomc tiiac whie we will sell at lees thai eld prioe. NEW STYLES OP SHAWL Including tho) light, elegant weel shawls fcr Spring and Summer wear. Also, PLAIN SILK FRINGBD CA3UMHRB. 8ILK. BIOCUD. Ve. AMO, 8HIRTIN0. BROWN AND BLBACHBD AT THH LOWEST MARKET RATH?. STRIPES. DSNIMS AND TICKS, ef whiah tk lowest price is high eneugk. BALMORAL AMD HOOP SKIRT t tbe kept make. A usual we keep c hand afuM steak ee CARPETS, IHADBS. PAPB1 MANAINIM, BOOTS. SHOES, LA3SWARE. HATS, CAPS, READY MADBCLOTUINrt OROCKRIE.S. Always in full stook. aud as Iw a the lowest. PARKS &WENTZ. April 15, 1363. CROCKEUIH UOTJTOIS" &: WKIR. DEALERS IN - CROCKERY & GLASS V ARE. Market Street, YFarren, Ohio. nek of Gootls and haviiir rcRtted ana : ruruinheii our Ure w ru now prepare to tlVr STT P E R I O R I X T) TTf 1 I V. X TS ! to the buyers of good in this line. D SUES in SETS from five to twenty dollar at the CROCKERY STORE. T OOKING GLASSES, Plain and jA uut, at the CROCK ERT STORE. 1 TABLE CUTLERY. SPOOL'S. Jtc. at BOCTOX A WEIR'S AMPS and I cheap at the LAMPS FIXTURES. CROCKERY STORE. pHOICE TEA SETS, Plain or(iilt J at the CKOCKERI ETwKE. W ASH TUBS, WASH BOAHDS Clothe Pin. Clothes Lines, Brooms Ac, at the IKOCJkEKX blOKK. Warren Ohio, May . 1803. Spring Millinery! AT CM YU"HERE can bo tonnd a larre T T and well selected iteck of MILLINERY GOODS. She Stock embraaes the bhI desirable slrle ef B05NET8 AND HATS. FOR LADIES AND MISSUS. SILKS, RIBB0XS LACES, TLOWERS. ORNAMENTS. STRAW TRIMMISQS. Ac. Ac.. A.. All ef which eaa b found at No. IS, Market St.. Up Stair. MRS. M: A. KING. Warren. April 15. If 83. jgOXNETSand HAT BLOCKS. r or bale at MRS. KINO'S ONNET FRAMES at WholcbaU or retail at MRS. KINO'S. A Ribbi GKFaVT Variety of Triaming ibbon to be foaid at MRS. KING'S, H AIR NETS FOR LADLES and LRS. KING'S MISSES. INSURANCE AGENCY! rPHE UNDERSIGNED would res- JL Dcetfullv announce to his old friends andcu- tomers that he i again tcady to insure all kinds of property in the following souud and reliable com panies : CONTIKINTAL, ricw i or, organuea in isoj. Cash CiPiTiL, and Slepi.is... $1,171,112 78 Nobth AuKBICaa New York organised in 1JX (it) year ago.) Casb capital ana suirui ar.'io,wu CoLCHHiA. New York, organised in lt&). Cash Capital and Suri-li tZX.iTl 46. lluaa Insurance Company. New 11 even Cunn- organised in lace. J .an !'....., .l ,- r-a t'1!! T7 f llavin had heretofore success in this business, he therefore with confidence asks all having businee for Insurance Companies, to give biui a call. Farmer's property insured at low rates. Proper ty of this kind, unexposed will be insured one year for A per cent. 3 year for 1,'i per cent and 6 years for lVi per cent. The insured if desn 1, may (hare in the profit ilhout incurring liability. J. jr. ASrUilti Warren Ohio. Hay 27. l(l-m. Agent. THE abova korse ma ba found at the American House stable la Warren, on Monday of each week, until July 15th. and tha rest of the time at my stable in Johnston.. Term : sin gle service $5,00, cut op. Insurance $15.00. Jul i, iow-4w PHILO IliOMPSO REED & mm. trwwm a. m t SStr H.T3-a.I"5r FOR THE SPRING AlMDSUmmER CAmPAICIM Ready Made Clothing BY THE CORD ! ' GENTS FURNISHING GOODS IN STACKS ! CLOTHS, CASS1MERES and VESTINGS IX PILES and PILES ! HATS, CAPS and TRUNKS BY TUB THOUSAND? PEOPLE call us wild ; never mind that; the GOODS are bou" - be S iM, and we ere bound to sell them t Mesr o; our stook has been bought for CASH, and at low prices, and our customers shall have the ad vantago ef cur purchase. Why do People flock to REED & ADAMS' Clothing Store ? We'll tell yon why: for the simple reason, they esn buy A BETTER CLASS OF GOODS, BETTER MADE. BETTER TRIMMED. AND AT LOWER PRICES, than at any other house, and only recom mended for what they are. Our customers areclways waited upon with politeness, whether wishing to purchase or not. UKXTLE.M AN, We arereadvto open this Campaign, and with your assistance will be able to SLAUGH TER OI K ENTIRE STOCK, in a short time. Plea give us a call and we will satisfy you with bargains. OUR JI0TT0 NEVER WILL BE UNDERSOLD. Ne. (. Market Itreet. Warren 0.. March 18, YU. REED & ADAMS. UMITBD The United States Express Company having made arrangement vrirli the Atlantic & Gt.WesternR.R. Sr which they have the EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGE of forwarding SPRESS GOODS Pis;er Trains, they are able to offer to the residents of 33 WARREN AND VICINITY, Better facilities for the forward ir g ef Express Goo li, so far as regards time iu transit and tarif&rate tkaa have 'lhig COilPANY have Agents at all the principal etalions on the AtlaDtic 1 A Great Westrrn Railway. Erie Railway, and connecting Brnnrh Kail Roads, else in all the cit ies and towns in the Western States, and by their connection with other Express Companies in Xew Yerk City, they are able to forward GCODS to ALL POINTS IN THE EASTERN STATES! Kotes, Draft and Account collected ; Money, Jewelry and other valuable packages forwarded with dispatch. Shipper ef BITTER., CHEESE and EGCi.S, will find it to their advantage to patrenUe this line. Per rates ef charges, apply to B. F. PA.CICA.TtD, Agent. Office in Warren Packard's Hardware Store. C. A. DkWITT. Uen'l Supt'. Warren. April 1, 1363-tf. WE iiGAIN OFFER THE BUCBLKTS MOWHR TO THE FARMERS OF TRUMBULL COUNTY COME changes havo been made in tho BUCKEYE, which will meet with O rnncral approvaL and need but to be seen to be admired. The imorovemeuts made this year wUl put the BITCH f i 3f J3 far in advance of any other Machine now offered to the publie. Xhe correctness of the principle upon which the sol cause of iu success, for the WORKMAIVSIIIP " As but a Uufiled number of the Maohines can be do well to apply sooate lDAiiU liLtAii, iigeuu Or to JAMESON A WIIEELER, Warren Ohio, where ean be had Machine or any part of a Mahina aking it as a Machine Manufactured in Warren. V arren 0., April 15, loai. A'DAMS We are now Opening THl LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS! EVER BBO'T To This MABKET1 . . . . Buckeye is constructed can Dot be regarded a me VTS1 3JVTIliIL, supplied this season. Those wishing Machines, will . . . . MILLINERY. LAKGE STOCK. tNEW GOODS. Spi'ingr and Snmmei FASHIONS. Just Received Iroiu jew York. the LARGEST and MOST BEAUTIFUL, ASSUKTxKNT Or Bonnet a. Ribbons, lowers, vc. KVKR BROUGHT TO WARREN. AVliolesale Sfc Hetail. CALL AN 1 EXA5IIX E. Bonnets. UIoacheHl, Presstl & Repaired. Geo. W. MESSER . Corner ef Mio and Market Street, aver McComb A&miths entrance on Alain bt. Bonnet Blocks AT GEO. W. MESSEB'S. Feb.U, 13CC B ONXET and HAT BLOCKS. SPRIKfl and SUMMER STYLES. For Sal by w.W.MSSSR. April. ieoiU. ' BALL'S OHIO HARVESTER MAXCFACTTRED BY English, Helmick & Dixon. SEW PHILADELPHIA. OHIO. I DESIRE to call the attention of FARMERS to the fact that I am authorised and prepared to receive orders for this popular Reaping and Mowing Machine, for the harvest of 1863, and have samples on hand which I shall ba pleased to exhibit to those wanting a first class Ma chine. I would stale that taut season I could not obtain frem the Manufacturers half the Machine. 1 eould have sold, the demand being so. much larger than the supply, and would theretore advise those wanting Machines to give me their orders early, and thereby not only avoid being disappointed, it will enable me to get the Machine at less freight than if delayed until the end of harvesting ALMOX I. WEBB. Axent for Trumbull County. Warren 0. April 22. MB. 3m. PENSIONS & BOUNTY! WIDOWS cf OFFICERS and SOLDIERS, who died or are killed in the service their minor children, or dependent parenU1 brothers and sifters are entitled to full pensions, and arrears of Pay and Bounty. Invalid Soldier to pensions and according to theextent of disability. feoldiers who have served Two YiAKa, or who have been sooner discharged on account of wocNDa are entitled to $100 Bounty. The undersigned ha had two years experience in the nension and boun ty land business, and has had near two year' expe rience in the army, and is thoroughly aeauinted with the routine of business in the army ana in tho Departments, besides he is personally known to many of the parties in the various Departments, and knows where to obtain and refer to the evi dence in all eases, and understands fully how it ia made up, and he believe that he will be able to give better satisfaction than those agent who claim to be appointed by the Government. Healso is prepared to prosecutecleimsforarrears of Fay.and all other claims which soldiers or other may have against tne Government, lie will also obtain the money for Pensioner on their certificates in March and September. lie charge only the leoai Zees. boldiers give your Business to a fellow-soldier. Letters with stamp will be promptly answered. a ,oc. J-f.iit.Attjr.atlaw. mBmm ? . . M "ia5s.