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and severally made oath that the above certificate is correct and true to the best of their knowledge and belief. Justice of the Peace. this day of 18(5 Dated at ot 1. This is only intended to ai ply where the members of the famil claiming exemption reside ia the same family. If any of the members reside elsewhere, and have gone into the mili tary service of the United States, no ex emption on that account can be claimed. Noti 2. This certificate must be sig ned by one of the parents, if there, any; if not, by two respectable persons (heads of families) resident in the same town, county, or district with the person mji nuuui rxempuon is claimed. FORM 29. Certificate that person liable to draft is the father of motherless children. under 12 years of age, and depending on his labor for support. I. , the subscriber, being liable to draft into the service of the Uni ted States, hereby make affidavit that I am the father of motherless child , under 12 years of age, and de pending on my labor for support. We the subscribers, and , residents of , county, State of , hereby certify that is father ot motherless children uuder 12 years of age and depending on him for suppoit. Personally appeared before me. the above named and and severally made oath that the above certificate is correct and trueto the best of their knowledge and belief. Justice of the Peace. Dated this day of , 186 . Xote. The first certificate must be signed by the person claiming exemption and the second by two respectable per sons (heads of families) resident in the same town, county, or district with the person for whom exemption is claimed. FORM 30. Certificate for exemption on account of unsuitableness of age. I. , of , county. State of . , having been enrolled under the provisions of an act of Con gresss'for enrolling and calling out the national forces," ic, approved March 3, 18C3, as liable to perform military duty, in the service of the United, States, hereby certify that I am not legally sub ject to such liability, and for the follow idg reason: That I am years of age. We, the subscribers, and , of the town, county and State abovementioned, hereby certify that the above statement of o age is correct and true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Personally appeared before me, the above named and and severally made oath that the above certineates are correct and true to the best of their knowledge and belief. Justice of the Peace. Dated at , this day oj 180 .Nor-1. The certificate in regard to age is, in all cases where practicable, to De signed Dy me parents ol tne person claiming exemption, and the require ments specified in the regulations are to oe adnered to. the blank space in the certificate to indicate the age of the per son is to te niiea as loiiows: That I am 'under twentv' vears of ace. That I am 'over thirty-five' year of age. ana niarnea. That I am 'over forty-five yeain of a e, according to tne tacts in the case. ori 2. In case the certificate is not signed by the parents, the fact of the age must be certined to by t wo respectable persons beads or families) resident in the same town, county or district, with the person for whom exemption is claim ed, and the requirements of paragraph 1, Regulations, &c, must be complied with. JHEEIFF'S SALE. Uutchins. Cox & Ratliff. ) ,. vs. ) In Trumbull Co. Com- Emehne burrows et al I nion Pleas. By virtue of an order ot sale issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of said County, in the aoove enuuea case, and to me directed and deliver ed, I have levied upon and shall expose to public ale, at the door of the Court House, in Warren, on Satsuday the IStli day er August, lt63. and between the hours of 10 o'clock A. SI, and 4 o'clock P. M of said day the following described VALUABLE KhAL ESTATE. "Being the north east corner of lot No. 10. in the township of Lord Mown, and bounded as follow to wit: beguiniugat a post standing in the north-east corner of said township, thence south SjS west along the north line thereof, thirteen U3i chains and sixty-one (til; links to a post standing in the center ol the State road, leading from Vlarreu to CanfiUd. thence outa 2b4 east chains and 22 links to a post standing in the east hue of said towuchip, thence north 2 west along said towwuip line 26 chains and 9e links, to the beginning, aud containing within these bounds eighteen and io-WO acres ol land, and bewg so much of lot So. 10, of the Bosworth tarut as lies east of the plank road. Also another parcel being the whole of lot 10, except the lsi acres above described, and bounded north on the south line of the township of Warren, east partly on the afore said land, suas aforesaid articled to Cprus Bosworth and partly on the west line of the township of Weatberttield, south on the north line lot ho. 11, in aaid towiunip, and running west into lot No. nine (9J in said township, so far as thata line drawn parallel to the east line of said lot Ho. 10. and ex tending to the north line of said township. Shall eoutain une hundred and sixty-six acres and 10n?-s rods of land. Also oue other parcel of laud, situ ate in said Lordstowu township aud bounded as lul lowe. town: Begiuuing at a post standing in the east line of said township at the north-west corner ol the bait Spring tract, which is in the souih'West corner of lot No. 10, in U eather.tield. thence west to the west line of said lot thence north to the cor ner of aaid lot, thence east to the north-east corner, thence south to the place ol begiuuing. Contain ing as is supposed forty-nine acres ol laud," iu all ' three pieces about 234 acres, bciug all of the Bos- 1 worth larm, (so called.) laying west of the plunk I road to Cauneld. and 16 acres ou the east side. Appraised at (Mi6Uj nine thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. Terms Cash. J-1. BUTLER. Sheriff. cueriu e umu, n arren u. ti uly bin 1363. gUEKIFF'S SALE. Henry Hudson, et al 1 . y- . r In Xruuibull Common Eeni F I nrl ot .1 1 Pl... By virtue of an order of sale issued out of said ' Court in the above case and to me directed and ue- i livered, I hare levied upon and shall expose to public sate, at the door of the Court Bouse iuUtr- ren. on Satardaj-, the 13th day orAufust, lfe63. between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M, and 4 o'clock P. M, of said day the following described real es tate, to wit: e-itoate in Howlaud Township, in said county of Trumbull, beiug part of a tweuty tJMere tract of laud purchased by Lucius king, (now d. reased) of Dau'l Gilbert, by deed recorded in Book p. pages iao and 531. of Trumbull county records, beginning in the center of the road leading from W arren to ienna, where the east hue of land granted to Isaac trret, crosses said road, thence - east along the center of said road about tieht 8) rods to the west line of land contracted to Patrick panahy. thence south along the west line uf said lianuhy'e land, about lilty-oue (51 n-ods to the north liue of land contracted to E. E. llovt. thence west along said Hoyt's north line to the north. ni .- per of Hoyt's land, thence northerly by direct line to such point in the .,nih !... ,.l ... ..1 IV. 1. as by following said south liue. and east line of said oct wuu, to uj uiaee oi neginuine:. UmII wtitLiu toe lines aforesaid include three and one half acres 0'$) of land, the said south line of Erret's land running between the corn aud cowshed, leaviug the barn for the 'S'i acres and the cowshed ou the Erret land. Aprant d at eleven hundred dollars (;01'w JOSEPH . BI TLER. Sheriff. Sheriff's Offic-e. Warren 0., July !h, lSri3. NEW WALL PAPER. OAAA KoIIh just reteived from sWVViJ S York. Si pateraswith Borders to match aortment of Curtain Papers. ' and desireable Also a good as- atarcB is. laoa. W. A', k W. F. PORTER. QC1 BIER'S CLAIMS" ON THE GOVERNMENT tor Bt4Sk Pay, Bounty, Pensions. Ae. attended to promptly by A. SMITH R0BBIXS. Notary Public. Ko. 15 Market Street. Warren. O 9Braach office of Waslinauin. D Ca HILTOX S CEMENT. Insoluble in water or oiL " Fur soling or tapping Boots and Shoes. Scrape or rasp the bottom of the boot or shoe, also the tap. Apply the cement to both allowing it to remain ten , . BiiutMes; then press them together, allowing it to . , ixj 24 hours. In 25eent bottles. Forsaleby , . , . t ... f 1IITH M CASIEELLNE. . t I , j be , QHERlFF'SSAliK KJ Wick Brother.-'. Jt Co. I ..' r In Trumbull Coun m. .noser, el ai. I ty Common PI By virtue of an order of sale, iasued out of Court of Common Plea of Trumbull county Ohio, in the above cue. and to me directed end delivered. I beve levied upon and shall expose to public sale, at the door of the Court House, in Warreu. in said county, on Saturday, the Is or Ansomi, A.D. 1H6.T. between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.. ami 4 o'clock P. M.. of said day, the followinr described real es tate, to wit : Mtuate in laberty towusinp, in saia county of Trumbull, beinc Dart of lot No. 1. boun ded as follow: "beginning at thesouth-eal corner 01 inewnoMoser homestead farui.i meuce soum I'JP WMt .10. nVi..nB .,.A hi link, to Jacob Slatn- bangh ' land, thence north 2i east 14 chain, aud .o units, to f no. Allison s land: inence east oy me fame twelve chains and thirty-six links to the boundary lines of lot number one, thence south on raid line 12 chains and ot) links, to the place of beginning." Containing twenty ( JJ) acre. and perches. Ajipraisea ai per acre. ALiO A Mrtin other tract of land beeinninr at ittonM in the north boundery line of lands belongiug to Mckinley's heirs, thence north 30 chains to the cor ner of lot Ia two iz tnence by lands of Cox. east Jo chains aj tints to .the center of the highway thence south along said road. 424 wet t) chains and 25 links, thenee continuing along said road . k lusro WAU. is -.-j -c i i " ..... . , - auu i j iiuan toasione- mle. 17 links from an old aiirht tr iIimm ... along the north line of said Mckinley's land li chains and 70 links to the place of beginning, con taining thirty-nine (39) acres, and 65 perches be the saiue mure or less. Apprasied at $45 per acre. ALSO Thirteen fourteenths of the valuable homestead inrinoi Jonn Aloser, described as follows, to wit: 'situate in said Liberty township in said county, and known as beine cart of lot No. one in in Raid township, and bounded west by the west line of saia township, south by lands of Abner Hush, and others, east by lands of said Moser, and others. north by lands of Abner Kush. and lands formerly owned by Jacob Stambaugh, and contains 100 and seven acres of land, all in good repair, with I large irica. uoura, stone spring honse. and several never failing springs thereon. Appraised at seven thousand lour hundred and city one and seventy nine-one bundreths dollars (S74.M 7V-1U0. ALSO One other tract of land in Ctiamiion Township ii said county of Trumbull, bounded aud described (.ii L. . .. 1 .. v. i.i I :.. the center of the Warren k Ashtabula Turnpike road, and at the south-east corner of the north naif ot said lot sold to I nomas Mewart, thence south IS' 30' east along said Turnpike 10 chains and 21 links to the south-east corner or said lot, tnence west alomr the south line of said lot 57 chains and 81 links to the south-west corner of said lot, thence north along the west line thereof, 10 chains and 9 links to the south-west corner of Stewart's lands, thence east along said Stewart's south line 55 chains 01 links, to the place of beginning. Containing ..7 acres, 17 perches of land. Appraised at $1425. ALSO A certain other tract ot land, in said Champion, beginning at a post standing in the south-west cor ner, in the center of the V arren k Ashtabula Turn pike, thence north 12f west along the center of said larnpiKe. Al chains ana M links to a post in the north-west corner of said lot, thence north 89 east along the north line thereof 26 chains and 13 links to a post, thence south 10 east 20 chains 20 links to a post, thence west along the south line of the lot, 2s chains and 30 links to the place of begin ning, and contains 51 29-100 acres of land, surveyed by F. E. Stowe, A. P. 1344, be the same trore or less. Arpraued at 51276.W ALSO One ether valuable tract of land, known as the homestead farm of Samuel Moser. "Situate in Liberty township, Trumbull county, Ohio, known as part of lot No. 10, in the original survey of said township and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone in the south line of said lot. set by li. AT. Lect in the aouto line of said lot which stone is about 10 chains east of the road passing from Warren to Y oungstowo. thence north o3 west 24-SO chains to a stone set in the south line of said lot .No. 10, at s point where it meets with the land of the 0. k M K. K. Co.. thence uortherry along the east line of said road in a curved line to the north line of the farm, thence south SS east 33 8-100 chains to a pile of stones thence south 4-i4 chains, thence south ss40 west 2-07 chains, tbenoe south 11-21 chains to the place of beginning. Containing about 44 Vi acres of land. Appraised at one hundred dollars per acre, iciis'-' lermsuasn. July 1, lSCl-iw J. U.EUTLER, Sheriff. s HE RIFF'S SALE. Jesse S. Haymaker, maker, ) x.etaJ. ) vs. Samuel Shafcr, Trum, Com. picas. By virtue of an order order of sale issued out of tne Court or Common Picas, of said county, in the above named ease, I hare levied upon and shall ex po?'' to public sale, between the hours ef 10 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. AI.. on Saturday, the 1st f Aocust, A. I. 1863. at the Court Honse. in Warren, in said County, the fallowing described real estate, to wit: "Situate in the tuwuhip of Champion, in said county of Trum bull, and State of Ohio, and known as part of lot No. 63, in said township, bounded as follows : Be ginning in the center road, at the south-west corner of fifty acres ol land, in said lot No. 03, deeded to Benj. Berry, by J. Nugn. thence north in the west line of said fifty acres. 2U chains, and 16 links. to the north hue of aaid lot, thence west in said north Jine 12 chains and 40 links to a post, thence south parallel with said east line 20 chains and 19 links to the middle of said center road, (running east and west thence east in said center road. 12 chains and 40 links, to place of beginning. Con taining twenty-fire acres of land, reserving and ex cepting five acres from the same heretofore deeded by said Samuel Shafer to Polly and Mary Shaler. Appraised at $275,uO Terms Cash. J. u. lit XL.E.K, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Warren. July 1st. 1!J3 5w, s IXEWFF'S SALE. Jameson k Wheeler, TS. Rnbeson 1 Battles. In Trum. Com. Pleas. By Virtue of a I camtOMi Ljrmaua iwned nut of the Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull County, Ohio, in the above ease. 1 shall e loose to nublie sale at the door of the Court House in Warren, on Saturday, the lstta etf August, A. li. lslftS, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and to'clock P, Al- of said day. the following described real es tate to wit : "Situate in the village of South Niles. in the townshiu of Y eatherstieM in .nnnt t' Trumbull, the same being known as lots No. a, 7 A S. in block No. 3, and lot No. 5, iu block No. 2. of said village. Appraised as follows: lot No. 5, in block 3, at ilU2, lot No. 7, at SS5, lot No. 8, at S5. i lid lot No. i, iu block No. 2. at o. Terms Cah. c. J. O.BLTLER, Sheriff. ShenlTa Office, Warren, July 15. Is.i3. CjllERlFF'SljALE. Lewis Fox. ) vs. Mary Fox. etal. I In Trumbull Com. Pleas. By virtue of an order of sale, to me delivered in the above case, 1 shall expose to public sale, on Saturday, tne IStta day of August, 1863, at the south door of the Court Honse, in Warren in said county, and between the hours of 10 o'clock A. il and 4 o'clock P. M the following real es tate, to wit : part of lot No. 11, in the township of Warren, and bounded on the north Lv th Prlr. uan road, so called, east bv about ) arm nf coutracted by.liiles O. Uriswold, to Henry C Wilson! south by the south line of said lot No. 11, and west by a Hue parallel with the east line 53 7S-1U0 chains in length. Containiug 20 acres, more or less. Ap praised at 300. Also uart ot aaid lot Vo. 11 in nid U,mn town ship, bounded on the north bv ht'iMn utm t.( I..! deeded to Jacob Niblock. by James Wilson, Adm'r of the estate of John W. Fox. deceased, east by the middle of the Mahoning River, west by the lot line ot lot No. 11. ou the south by a liue drawn parallel with the north line, so far south as to include 31 acres ol laud. 1 lie second described piece subject to a dower of Mary Fox, of 11 3O-10u acres Ivina north ol the 1'arkman road which is appraised at 2u0, subject to said dower and the balance of the 31 acres bums 19 77-100 acres appraised at 32.00. ,L . , J. ii. BUTLER. Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Warren J uly blu, 1S63. ADAllMSIKATOUS SALE OF THE LATE As RON M CLARK'S REAL A. jiL X lo pursuance of an order granted by the Probate Court of Trumbull county, Ohio. 1 will offer for sale, at public auction, on Saturday, the lUb of August, A. I. 1863, between the hours of 1 o'clock P. M., and 4 o'clock r. M., ot said day, on the premises, the following described real estate, situate in tbecounty of I'ruiu bull, and State of Ohio, to wit : "About forty acres oi iana in ernon uwnsnip, Iruuil ull county, aud date vi uuio, oounucu north by land lormerivown i cd by Moses Beach, east by Pvmatuninr Civ-ii south partly by lauds of John Banning, aud partly by lands of Charles Reed, west partly by lands of vuwus Aecu, auu paruy oy uie nignway, One undivided one third part of about one acre of '""J? ,n 8,,d township, north, east and west by lands of .J'8 tlark. aud south the highway, irst described pieoe appraised at i200,00. Last l1Bce appraisea at smj.uu. Title absolute, lermsof S.ilo- .n-iK;r4 ;D one-third iu one year, and one-third ia two years! uow iuc uay oi saie. iseierrea payments to be cured by mortgage on the premises sold. ALBERT YEOMAXS T , Adin'r of Aaron M. Clark. w uij- ii. iw. nv la: lor at Jones. L NOTICE. lo Melissa Ilitc hrocV .T.,lm 1T;t..tiy.Atr cn t. v Cowdery. Drayton M. Cowdcry. Uarriet B. Cowde B. Cowdery, Emerson M. Cowdery, David Sut lifi. John Bauuiug and heirs uf Jerome Beach, late ol Iowa deceased. ou hereby uotified that Almou Cowdery. as Ad uinisuator of Lavina Cowdery. dec has filed his petition, in the Probate Court of l 'ri,,i.,,n i, king for authority to complete a certain lan 3 coutract entered into l.i- ..,,1 .1 ....i ... . l. 'i'tf. lor the sale of twenty -fire acres of u, id t wuon. rumuun couuiv. aloresaoi Said petition will be heard on the Cih dv uf A ui ust next, at the OUice of said Court . ALMON COWDERY, J uly 15. 3w Adm'r of Lovioa Cowdery. JEUAL NOTICE. Aotice is hereby given to the creditors of the es tate ot Mephen Burnett, late of Warren, deceased, I hat the subscriber will pay twenty per cent, on all ulaima legally proven, which sum will be receipted tu apply on the first dividend hereafter to be declar ed, i he ohj'jct of this aotice and payment is to as certain who are legally entitled to said first dividend aud to determine the amount that can be paid; tbe utmost strictness wiil be required in making out the claims. JACOB 11. BALDW IN. Adm'r de bonis non of the estate of Warren, July 22. Ib63t Stephen Burnett, dee'd TV'OTICE. X Tbe undersigned has been duly appointed Administrator of the estate of George ilnnter. late ol Trumbull County -Ohio, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment, and those having claims against aoce"" P5" to the undersigned for allow- ESIhAawE of willim jien- "P", ,h undersigned has been ap pointed and qualified as Administrator on the es- .of. illiam flenshaw, late of Wayne county M J-''P. ded. ffM, X. SPEAR of ' ber, M GROCERS. 1 r rRKl . J H SMITH. FREER A M.UIT1I. Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. Wooden and Stone Ware. Markit Street. Warren. Ohio Ootl5 a. riKLDS. WM. PXrFKKS. '. M. FIELDS A PF.I IEBS, Dealers in Groceries, Flour. Produce, Provisions, Corn. Outs. Potatoes. Fish. Salt. Confectioneries Fruits, Nuts, etc., also fresh Oysters and Fish in their seasons. 2 doors west of the Bank, Market St Warren. Ohio. Apr ft, jsbi COMMISSION MERCHANTS. -S- --s ,x . ...... ....j W. H. SMITH. &M1TH. W. II. A W. KMITII At t o.. Produce, Commission and Forwnrding Merchant lealers in Vi estern Reserve Cheese and Butter Jo. 12 Pine Street. St. Louis. Missouri. Particu lar attention will be paid to the sale of Western Reserve Cheese and Butter. Will make liberal advances on. and render prompt returns for any property consigned to theui. Same Parties under the style of McCOMBS 4 SV11US Warren. Ohio. Al'tTIOXEER. Wtatt McKay, licensed Auctioneer, will attend to all business in his liue. Residence, Brookfield, Ohio. Nov. la, 18C2-ly t'NIOX Pl'MP FACTORY. s TONE PUMPS of the very bctt quality manufactured at the l u ion Factory, at barren, where purchasers can be supplied at all times en as accommodating terms as at any other shop. Pumps to wholesale dealers delivered at the Cars. No lirayage. April 24. lil. REUBEN MILLER. ITNA INSURANCE AGENCY. I. I. FULLER, Agent, Office, Jameson's Huildinjr, W arren. May 16. lSoO-tf Market Street. ANDERSON & RUPP, WHOLESALE ASt BETaIL GROCERS AD COXFECTIOMiRS. DEAI.EIS is WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, &C, Xo. 5, Main Street, Warren, Ohio. WE keep alwa s on hand a large and superior stock of Goods in our line. which we sell at figures to suit the times. It is not nesessary for us to enumerate, but merely say that in quantity, quality, and fairness of price, we defy iiBmetitinn. t. lu. 'til s: TOXE PUMP WATER PIPE and scribers, bavins: enlarged their Factory, adding new uiHcuiiii:!;, uuuuiuiji auu aim, are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of Stone Pumps, Pipe, Tile and Ware Alt kinds of thim iirtifl. inctAntiv on band. W e invite the attention of old customers and will be happy to see many new ones. Orders solicited, and when received will have prompt at tention. L0VKLLSS4 HAYMAKER. Warren. O.. Sept. 5. i860. THE PATENT ANKLET, FOB LADIES axn CHILD HE N . WORX ON THE TOP OF THE BOOT Protecting the Ankle from the Cold, Wet and Iii t, And gives a beautiful finish to the bout. FOR SALE BV AI.EX. MrrOXXELL, Warren. Ohio. Dec. 3. lSiii O. H. TlttllEX, JXO. L. MCI.AIX, NEW FIRM!! NEW GOODS! v .rm aw aw mji, a. x' i.'m 1 (Late D. II. Warren 4 Co.) 11 evervhodv. nltentiitn to lli r.n il.a. they are just receiving an overwhelming stock of Goods for the TRADE!! COMPRISING BOOTS, SHOES. I GAITERS, I LEATHER, &c. &c. FINDINGS, i EVERYTHING iu onr line that the Men - men and Children ol Iminbull County need. LADIES k MISSES, will find an elegant assort- ........ v. luotnjm nnu iuu n i . V'UI . Ituw1 o ro lost roiri'ViaaKa-l f..r l" 1 C U .n kA ! bast, anil cannot lull to please. miCES we simply say "xever cxdeesoi-d." i SHOEMAKERS, can fill ud their stock, with us i at very low figures Lots of Leather and Findings j bought expressly to give away to the trade. . CUSTOM WORK. D. II. M'ARREN with r-n v.. ara sv ri4irinnia in tlia buintf-w, stands ready to take measures, and cive our customers TREMENDOUS FITS." Our "special corn.." of workmen can't h ko.t With a sincere desire to benefit the public, at a moderate compensation for our services, we resnect- lully ask the eeneroos patronage heretofore exten ded to 1. li. W arren ii Co.. be continued to the new firm pledging our customers that on our part, no pains shall be spared to pi ease and benefit every one who will irive us acall. Won t forget the place Market Street, near the Bank. WARREN Jt M'LAIN. April 1, 153, ly. AMERICAN WATCHES ! FOR AMEltlCAN SOLDIERS! more Kuglinh or French Rubbish made ! Sell, btrt not ta Keen Time. hlinuld an American bay a j rST.iPLW"t,!h mbn he ean et BETTER and CHEAPER one at heme Y Why should an American needlessly enrich foreign Watch Manu luetures, at the expense of our Artisans? Why should an Alnfri,:io ton.l 41..I.I ... L' I 1 ---- --" ..iikouiu anu Irarce, our covert but bitter.enemies, when Gold is so much needed at Home 7 W by should Americans not patronize more gener ally American Manufactures, and thus emancipate themselves from the thraldom of English Capital, trench irasbious, aud Continental Gewgaws? The iracricaa Watch Company' Watehrs, Arc particularly adapted for Soldiers use, being most substantially made, and not liable to get out of a7' VWZ i1?1"1- Kid'" or Fighting. Also tbe BEST W atch lor hail Roading uwu supiiiy alwavi on hunH at -u c. KwNJEUELlSTOBE, Mam btrect. tt arren Ohio. COITNTfiY PE0DUCE COMMISSION HOUSE. THE OLD FIRM OF MILLER & CARPENTER, 5lo. 8, Erie Ruiltlingn, r Tork, (SW) Washington Stxtt.t.) Still receive and cell FLOUR. ORAIV BHTTFR BEANS. U1UEU FHLITS. I'O 1" LTh Y,"" G AM Ei Cash advanced on rhitimeot.. nr. List mde ' !"'le,' 'U'1 f"r Ur 1'riee turre,,t ' Referfatcn : j President of the Irving Bunk, N. Y City i of the N. Y.l E. Railway Co itould i- Hibbard. Warsaw. N 1). Baldwin. Es.j., Fowler, 0. ! H. S. Munper, t.-t. Geneva, O. j E.O. Urosvenor, Ecu.. Jwneaville. Mi. h I Mareh 4. ly - j PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. 1 liavo now on Imiirl FLLlAM a CELEBRATED which msv be fonnd STAR. Nos.3andt. LONG all sixes. BUCKEYE, fine assortment. FULL STOCK r A v.. 1 ,.;,. . . .1 . j j j any , I Shop on Pine Street, opposite Bap'ti Church. Warren. 0. April 1. BENNETT. Ag t. 100,000 fcpokes Wanted ! UE MilMcriU-r wisli;s to lav 100. I. ft onk waenn Spokes, for which the bixhest MARKET PRICE will be paid. Alio any qiintfty good . ! different k 1 n n tmch O.lr Pn.1., r-. ... h.lm. Unm, Sycamore, Chestnut, ic. all deliv- ireo at nis snop, west of the river, w arren Ohio. April 8. 1So3 6m. Y SOUTHERN FRIENDS. , C nion Men and Woman should read this book. at ADAMS' 00K SI0RE. H;S'- I and for sale, cheap, a larva of and Taried asanrtm.nt I i I : j II ' to to. 0 it i-.n-c 1 -v " . among . B. GORTOJi. i i . -: lV stvlcs which he has bought for cash eonsistineof Men a Coarseand FmeBoois. Broirans OR. R03ACTS STOMAC1-; BITTERS ELLED La . ; .rMACiiic J--j?s'Tji. .' o. toy i oi r. ' DIGESTIVE ORGANS. Vvc'vvvc vvAvvtAv ,W Wvv o' v. us v iV v.Vi YVAvOVVa l.VS.Vts v: Wi-iX iwA ftovvVVvXWvt: Vvt, u Vow!, vvt,Vctv vwvvtVx. wte.iti. tvw vvvvc.c ttXowAtv "fivWev, vv-vvcv, .aicv vv .voctv vvt.vvvX"v.c, iuv vvX , Y-vocv "vwd, ivve. w vw vvivvevVvc J-zliows Fever, x Fever and, Jlgixe, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Tndigestion, Jaundice, Kidney Complaints, cuA uW t'vscue. a Wvwvv Vixv evvvv4. uvB. tovvo-f.ei. vuive. tv vovtvvv vooU iVWlV. evVts. wsWveVs. wvivVxc Wvtvw 1 i tvve W,e. voov vVi.vv',s Wtvt. JiVV-t Vvc VOOV VWU.W . "V .Av.viAc V . . .t- . - . . . VjY. vOVtV.tW - c . -r- . ivvvv. wvwVtc "jv eovttAc. Wr. VvWwV AowwAe "RvWtv tvvtWvt oVvVvtv"1 "Wvv,Vvi CWV, vVttVVWlVV, c. - 'ttr are put u: i.-v quart bcti..- - i't':i the airte is a fio-cim- J hf : :.'( j-- finr'.. ty-.'i-ei, jn J j.vi I- i .v.i'i x x-i-pn " J from CO r, fe -t Pn.f i 1 cer bzttii, or C r.-.-i"Jc. ?;;-' 'c 6 ', . ...i-f t O ' ir. r .-r t -. whijlti -.', , , - .:) . ft -l i Fnn SAF.K IiV OUT! STRATT0N and JOHN R. WOODS Warren. Ohio. NEW FIRM. Bksj. Cbaiof. D. B. Gilmobe. CRANAGE & GILMORE Having nHMOCItitec gether in the Bool d tlieniHolvcs 10- Boot and Shoe business. wotiid respectfully call the attention of the nublic to the large stock on hand, and thev are now ro- ceiving a large addition of fall and winter styles of i.auies wear. Boys Hoots, L.adies and Men s Rub ber Shoes, and all other articles necessary to make acotnpletestock, which will besoldaslow as at any other store in the place. Mr. Cranage having an experience of Thirty Years in the business, and being a practical wotk j man, will devote his attention as heretofore to the manufacturing department, and especially to Cus j torn Work. None butthe best of stock will be used, and especial care taken ia fitting, and all work made warranted. sitllsPAf all I Inild rinilliK. t- . constantly on band. We baw removce! our Boot 4t Bi.oe Hlore To the new Brick Block, on the east side of Main Street, oue door south of Mi-Combs aud Smith's Store. Mareh 4. 13. BOOT & SHOE STORE, AT minkkajl huh;.:. 'fI IE 8iibm-rilfr is now opening at l bis New Store a very large stork of BOOTS & SHOES ev- l.lMl styles. Walking Shoe. Slippers. 4e. Ac., which he will sell at lower pncea than at any other establuh- ment in theoounty. ( I STUM WORK madenromptly to order. He has on hand, suitable for Miner's Boots, tbe beet quality of Hemlock Upper, which be will make op meaure. v nepairiug ana menaing promptly attended Give him a call and yoa shall go away satisfied. April 1. 1H63 ly. JOHN T1IUME. "vucnoLrs elixek of peru- J.1 VIAN BARK AND IRON. A new supply just received, by SMITH A- CASTERLISE. FARMS FOR SALE. rpHE FariiiownoJ Ity Mrs. E. Peltit Situate iu sight o Leavittsburgb. containing acres. ai.n .rl;.,;i..-.l.i...,. .v.r. r a. r....;. "oc buu suppers. L.auua ana 1 outns wear ol ery Uescriotion. lucluJina Gmter. of .11 tk. containing acres. For terms apply on the prem ises. May 6. 183-tf. SWEET'S LiNEilENT. For Rhenmatism.it seldom fails, for tale by SMITH k CAIERLI"E. in to I and j AT TENTION. BATTALLION. HEAD-OUARTFRS. I r.iTKaiiUM i; Dut uf-roLJ!, V Warren, o.. Nov. l.t'til. I l'Ethc utuleroiglied take j.k'a.-urf in aunouncina; to the citaens of Warren aud vicinity, the fresu arrival of our new sto k ol Drum, Chemicals, 1'oiiiu. Oils. I)ye .-':-itis. l)vc Wood. Ac., selected with ifmtt care froi n li:il.lc-, Eastern Houses, and beg leave to submit the bolow- ing list. Lsecially do we call tbealteutioiiol I'hv- eieiauato our new Mok of Mcliciuiw. aud ii.v;te them to call aud examine. liOVT cV NTIIATTOX. -o. 5, Miiiu Street. Warren, O. Burnett's li.x-rtiiie for the ll iir Mrs. Allen's lre.Hiin( do Circassian Oil do 'l'rieopberu .lo I.yn's Kaili.i: :-n .lo Saiilorrs ln-.-iii .lo Prof. Wotids' l!slor:itive d. Mitchell ' Handkerchief Kilrai-r. Basin's do do llarrisou's T ilet onps. Basin's do do .1.. d i d.. Colgate's do Brown U indsr Oenuiue Yankee Puiuters OlafuoU'l t'eliii-nt. hauidins's' tilue.V t 'oufe. t'l.i. t'hristaloros' llir lyc, Batehelor.' do do Matthews' do do Harrison do do Jayues' do do 1UU os Sulpha Ouiuine, 10 oi do Murphiue, Merrills Eclectic Preparations. Keiths' do do Tilden's Fluid Extracts. Pure Iod. Pots?a, do Nitri te Silver. Ilaiulius' Wirmr 1 Oil, Bemine fr Framing (ireae. Pure Meilii-nl Li-mors. yrup Iod. Iron. Chloriforui, tilycerine. Pure Olive Oil, Silver 4jla Starch, Pure Pearl Starch. Bird face. Cod L..L. nil. Carbon Oil ati.l Lamp?. Lantern i. Mott's Pilils. MuBut's Pills. Roback's PilU, Oren'eul.uri 1'illls. Morse - Pills. lloiloway's Pills. Soulo's Pill.-. Hooper's Pills. Clarke's Pills Price's Pills. Checsmiin's Pill.-. Mutts Iron Pills. Wright's Pills. Strong's Ague Pills, Ajer's Pills. Mo Lane's Pills, Bennett's Pills. Hibbnrd't Pills. Baud ret h Pills, Paulding's Pi!K Jayne's Pill. teller's Verinifujrc. McLaue's do Jayue's do Fahnestixk's Vcrmifn'-re, Van Hucscii's WOriu Confei-'ns Mathews' do do Hollows)' 's do oo Putty, McCully's Wiu.lovv Class, Croton di da Sand Paper, Burning Hul l. Aleboliol, lrutUu' Furuilure. Trusses. S:ttulas, Catheter?, Ulass Svringes, MeUil Syrioire?, Elastic Syringes, Breast Sump.. Pure Chrome tlreen. Dry and iu Oil. do Chrome Yellow. do do Vermillion, .to do I'rop Black, do do Venetian Red do do Yellow Ochre. d j do hed Lead. do Solution Tin. Dye Stuffs, Xitrie and Muratic Acid, Sulphuric and Acetic Acid. Aqua Ammonia ti b. Sweet Spirits N itre. Sulphuric Ether, Turpentine, Benzole or Xaptlia, a substitute for Turpentine. Jupan Varnish, No. 1 Furniture Varnish, No. 1 Coach Varnish, While Demar VarnL.h, v Asphaltum Varuisb, Pearl snow white Lend in Oili, Baltic " Washington Fahnestoek Washington Metal iuc ' Frauklin Snow While Pure dry White Lead and Zinc. Smith's Extra Paint Brushes. Varnish Artist's " ' ' Sash Hair Tooth " Flesh Tanner's Oil. Pure LinseeJ Oil, Castor Oil. Sweet Oil. ' Xeats Foot Oil. Mecca P.etined Oil, Mecca Lubricating Oil. Tallow Caudle. Soeriu . ' Star Pure S'uleratiis. Pure Creuin Tartar. Pure Sub Crab Sol'a. Xol Nutmegs, Mace, . Citron. antcCurrants Cassia, Cloves. Snan'sulnjiuo Cabinet Ware and Chairs. NEW F1HM and N EV GOODfi. ISOESDELL. C. T. TOWS"P. TBI ESDELI. A TOIVXSKM). (At the well-known stand of A. Truesdell.) m AVE filtered into a pai'tner.-hip for the manufheture and fp.lo of CAKIXET IllKb and CHAlKs in all their various va rieties, and have now on hand and are receiving a large assortment, consisting iu part, of Sofas, Kxtcnsiua T:iIIk, TeteaTetes, Centre. Mahocany llockers. Curd " Lasy Chairs, linine ' ' Drina: Seat Chairs. Lreaklat ' Cane Seat Chairs, a great variety, kitebcu Wood tat " " " W riuuii Cottage n.iJt,i 1 Coounoti French Btea.Is. Trunlio - What-Nots, Bureaus. Book-Cases, Dots, Wash Stands, Picture-i ranies. Cribs. Cradle.-, etc. In short, everything usually kept orcailed lor at a fur niture establishment, will be found or Juanafactur ed at satiatactory prices. Orders from a distance nruuiotlv attended to. and Furniture carefully packed and delivered at Cars or Boat. COFFIN'S. A large assortment always on hand, and made to order at all times. A Hearse furnished whou re quired. Ware Kootns ou jiain St., near 11. K. Ie boI. May 18. IV.". i.'J0K!! LOOK!! LOOK!!! ho.se that (.-an not see lo n-ad ..Vi. .1. I i inches from the eye. better than ut m.y our utstauce. NEED GLASSES. Vodj c-Jea require them. Call at & h ra G 9 On Main street, and get your eyes filled v. iili PERISCOl'IC GLASSES! We are selling Spectacles at about one-half what they have been sold for in CVrrvnai,and by lVdler. through the country. Also Glasses l..r 4'alaract Kjea. One of the largest stocks of CI.O' KS. SP i"s. and JEWELRY, ever brought into theeountv. 3-GIVE US A CALL. LL WORK WAI1-RANTEI-i PIAXOS ! PIANOS : I t:. B. Ill f UK jlTaiket fStieet, hinjiire liioi-k. IM J.t-1. now reccmug Pianos from f.'iir d rent manufactories;. Sniehed 111 the 111. 1.-1 I... innl il -ulr with all the latest imiiroveiuents iu the action us well as the cases. As we are not agents fi-r our ikiiuf:i-turers, but purchase all our iustruuu-nts mostly l.o Ciuti, ne are ablo to sell them, in fact, cheaper than Itiey can be bouicht at retail in New 1 ork. All persons wishing to purchase a food Piano. :.'.' Gud it tu their own interest to call ou us bel.n-c per chasing at some other place. All kinds of musical instruments taken in ex change. All kiuds of instruments tuned and repaired by a practical Piano maker, in good stylo, and all m.tk warranted. Junir. 'n XiO ROT'S NEW PIIOTOGItAPJIllJ AMBROTYPE ROOMS, RIVER BLOCK. Ov.r E. U. lloyt i Co's fuiv. A 1 re now in huccstul onerat on. i U" .JL where he is prepared to d all kinds of wik the dillerent styles of irt. l'lioticrnlis tnkeu from the smallest to the largest sixe. E"pe-ial at tention given to the copying and enlarinf U' "iny sise, OLD DAGUERREOTYPES and AMjJHu IV PES. Ambrotypes of all sizes taken, and in all kinds of weather. My lisrlit is such as to enable me take the pictures of children of almost any aire. Patronage of tbe pnblicsuliciled. Charges lorwork reasonable. Dee. 26. V If F. L. LeROY. HORSE HIKES!! HOUSE KlkES !! Farmers Look to Your Interests I l Ihll tti mrorm the tanners uf Trumbull aud adioininir t'noiiti. tht I nm ' Manufacturing aud oiler for sale, nt the old ' shop on tjuinby 11 ill. a lew rods north of I lie Mor rison uouse. Independent Wheel Rakes, with improvement W '..., Kevolvmg naaes, Cburns. Churn Powers. Stra Cutters. W heel Barrows- Grass Seed Sower. Fork Hoa handles, Ac, also Sawing, Turning and Planing, done to order. J. JGlLLMEK. Warren May 13, ltxU 3m , Proprietor. "M LOOKING FOli H1A1 NOW. , A beautiful ballad for the riatio, ittt pub ilisd. at ADAMS' MUSIC STORE. 1 n er 9111 ni-h ktu ei trtr : I with it, ss btu or I i ! ' j i ; 1 j i AM 1 ; GO TO . " r A. McCONNELL'S, AXI) (JET HIS OWN JIAKE OF Men's French Calf D S Boots, d do do 1 S I V Boots, do do Kip do do do Cavalry Boots. Long Legs. Coarse Boots, I S Prime, Kip do do do . Drain do do do Boys' Kip Jt Coarse Bo-ts do Grain A Call' do Youths Copper Tip do h 0 St,ieli Ties, nirn's. do Bslinorals. do A t my l.e, do Intaiit s do do Uirls' Calf and Kip do Koya Balmorals Kip and Calf. Y ouths' do do j FOR THE LADIES. i 'ft and Kid Balmorals. Ooatand Kid Boots t inrlih L i'tiug du lilove Kid Balmorals. iOlovet'sli do Silk gore lasting do ' "ur n uuike ol Calf. Goat and Kid BuluioVals ' and Bootees, i ' wR MISSES AND CHILDREN. tiur ot a make, I l.i-shnK li.iluioruls. Lasting Cong Gaiters. , i.o.it .V Ki.l do Calf and ilont Bootee.-, J"nif do Clipper Tip Shoes. : l-k cote Ljimiiii; llaiters. LT.eeiit Sinw. K ol, iiit.il :uid Call Bootes, Custom Work, I)a"t style m:iJ lo or tier, frota cliiM'-t kid boo lcc( to a uiao'si -ivweil h C iioot. -I. MrC0XXLLt MAX STREET, I Ha- the l:trret ?toi;k of H.Kt, Slioes aud Rubber. ever bttt-re in lliU uiarlctft. Wedu not -k you to (r tne and buy. but eorue mid let us uiiow you tba ifinnit Aud I'riees. and it' wu do not save you lo or cl ua n ba l you pay us cah lor, we will stop the works ana jro a I urie ata boy li.ie," to litfltt Mecesh. Away down South in A . M C O N X K L Is ' S l:ooT 1 iillOE STOliK. - oi(i .r (be bt:it placed on the Reserve, and hws beeu lor liltceu year.-t, to get good goods ut low pri ce.3. All woik is warranted, and what id not mode tu the .-hop, we pet tuaJf out. and U warranted all tl.e une. lo not tuil to rail aud ace him before yi. u buy. Men'-) Kubber vcr?bts, Men's Rubber irandiU?, WoUien'- d U onien's do M tv-ej ami C'hil.lren'?i Overshoes, Ju-t ree'd .it .Mct'U.N XELL'rf, Maiu Street, FIFTY BUILDING LOTS, For .ale, in ood localities, in the Village of War reu t -in be m-bi on good terms. Inouire at Me Counell's tilluK LKATHKlL S'iOKE. Houses and Lots and Vacant Lots to Bent, Inquire at M.'CounellV. .SllUK Jc LEATHER STORE. Three Small Farms to Sell. One Farm 40 acres. One Farm 50 acres, One Farm 00 acres. Good farming laud, luiiuire at McCON NELL'S SHOE A LEATHER STORE Main Street, Warren, Ohio ! FUU THE TJIADE. ; 141 sides licet B A .le, i Big slock of Kis, do Calf Skills. I lL'doz French Kip. i Tinks, H) dot ' XX Blues, ir. " ! XX lireens, lodox ..I... . k.o.. f4Jil sides best Slaughter. Big stock of Lppers, :'Jidiii French Calf, XXX Kusscts Stl dos XX Maroons, f.0 " XX Cochiueal, 15 dot XX Y'ellows. ladoi Jd,.t XXX Goats. i lu XXX Goat Biud'gs lu " XX Cape Sheep du j ut prs lueu's R Jt L Kip Lasts, : Li.i ' " " Stub " ; lm Moirv -i straiicht Block am " Boys' K ik L Women's straight Bat " ' " spr Ul Misses' I LVU Chiiilrcn 11 set Men's Boot Trees, i Id " Boy's 111 " Youths' " US pair Crimp Boards, U " " Irons, at McCOX -SELL'S :0 barrels best sweet and pure Slrato's Oil. WAX. PEGS A CO. At McCoiincirs Slioe df Leather Store. Main Street, WEBB'S. BLOCK. 1 l BEEF HIDES WANTED. VEAL SKINS WANTED. SHEEP PET.T5 WANTED, I At McConnell's- Main St. INSURANCE ! ! Statement for ..1863. rpIIE attention of Business Men is L invited to the following list of FIB ST CLASS COMPANIES, mid their exhibits of the results of the past year : CORN EXCHANGE, New York. Cash Capital. yjM.'w M-RM.rs. $7,S77 51. ARCTIC Aew York. Cash Capital, iiiu.OuO ! Sl rpi.1 s, ?vi,.VJ6 11. I MANHAi'TAN. New York. Cask Capital. $250,000 Si ri-lcs, $131.M 17. PUENIX. New York. Cash Capital. $200,000 . vfTpu r-i l'T '4 gjl. . The Munbattau andTEenix arouetia.e paid fir ..-.s in Warren, over TUIKTV TUOI SAM) 1 DOLLAIW. All of the above Comoanies. as will he seen, have a large accumulated Surplus in addi tion tu their Capital Stock. Beware of Companies which permit their Capital Stock to Become Impaired. Such Companies mast fail sooner or later. To be on the safe side insure only in Companies having a surplus. W M. X. crtAa, Ag t, Feb. - 1:U. y. . . Market St Warren. 0. Buckeye Insurance Co., fLLVELAXD OHIO. CiriTAt AN'O ASSAFSTfl $3,UC0 risks taken on buildings, mer- rhnuJiK. Furniture and other better cla! cla?s nsK3. Paid its losses in the fire of 1S00. Very low rate? on Farm property, for a scries ef years. No bet ter company doing business in Warren. EICKCTORS. Wm. Hart, Wm. Wellhouse, 11. IV-lton, F. W. Pelton, Amiisn Stone Jr., L. 1. Hudson, O. M. Oviatt, II. Garretson, P. Cbauiberliu, A. J. Breed, J. V. Kobiuson, Call for pood iaaranctf, at as Icao ratct, as an; other reipMinltle Company. on T. J. McLAIN k 0S. Agents. Warren. Marvh Ij, loX ARE YOU INSURED? o u i? choice IN TIIE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS COMPANIES: CHARTER OAK. UartforJ. Coun.. Cash Capital $3uO,GuO ARCTIC, New Y'ork. Cash Capital $250,000 M ANH ATTAN. New York, Cash Capital $250,000 witn a large accumulating surplus. riIENIX, New York, Cash Capital $2u0,000 HUMBOLDT, New York. CashlCapiUl... $200,000 Also, Life luvnranre Companies. CH ARTER OAK LIFE. Hartford. Capi tal and Surplus $700,000 MAXIIATTAII LIFE. New Y'ork. Aeon muUtiou l.OuO.000 Wil. T. SPEAR, Asr't. Sl t. in, 1SC2 If Market St, Warren, 0. Economy. Security. LORlLLAItD! Fire Insurance Company XEW YORK CITY. C.i-11 Cajpit.it. J...... ."?."4.tM MKfLts. Jax. I, lKOJ : ilU2,livi iC V'.rft. niiititstfu iliri'Uri. T-) ocr rent, the tvnttrm. This Company divides thieequarter uf the nW l.ryntiti.tttr policy ituUtert. in scrip, beariug interest. n uiui 11113 iiuuiuiy 10 lue insureu. T'tii.-1 Couit.any turn, it. turvlu. instead of divid ing it to the Stockholders, therrby yieiup it policy nomrr yrrwt r Bfrnriry, aim at me same time mftijj- u.H.(.M-r than auy oiuer system Applv to WHITTLESEY ADAMS. Airent. Orlice o cr McCombs A- Smith's Store, ilaiu St. W arren ).. April 15, lSi-i Warren Marble Works rJMlE undertii'iied wouIJ rcxpcctful- .a ly announce to the" citizens of Trumbull and rnutidinjr conntie, thst we ftand ready to lur t.it-ni with the latent and uioat approved KasV siyies vt iiiiythiiiif ibat roiuea in the Uue-'of maDufactur Murblt and can atirfy all in rt'erenc to uur alulity an skill in exetuti..n of work. Xbe finest y "lf ,iUtn,anu rei,cam-BrD'?Ti the benebtt ewstomers. All puntous aifhiiig to obtain any thing in our line would do well to call and examine oar stock, be fore buying elsewhere. HOWARD k KCE1ILER. Libertv Street, opposite the Bank. . U"rr-n. lolv al. IHi:2-' A Rare Chance. riMIE Sulscriocr offers for at a very areat s.-trriflce. his former residence in tbe res idence in the illage cf Kcwton Falls, together o. 10 or s acres of land, immediately around a Inrgc iart of what can hesubdivided and sold village lots. Apply at this odice, or to I. F. Fcnrns, at Parks A Weuti. July 1. Km DEXRY A. DUBOIS. EON STKO U P S ESTATE. iitui U horebv civen. thai the ahdersizneJ bceu appuiiited AduiiiiUtrator on the estate of Aaron atruup. aeeeadea, mm wi arren, lrumnuii County Ohio. - MAKY STROl'P. Warren Jnly 8tbr 3w "TT TAKES TUE LEAD." I DeLatid's Chemical Saleratos, by the box single package. SMITH CASTERLIN'E. . or X I of opes L the farm. stone, the hotel STEAM CARRIAGE FACTORY. "uTiiniJ-,- iniiii,iii,i. anVilo)irii.rr!;, i' J.k JJ x i"x t jrm S LUUTll Ol- CAM AL, Wunvn, Ohiv. ca a. establishment by enlarging uiy alreoy troduciug a stealu engine, aitb all kinds of uiaiii:n;-i auapted to the business, by which a great sviu ot material, time aud labor are enecieti, hereby aiioriili2 l.ii:lities lor luanctaeturing and selling a BK1 TtK article lor tiie same or LLS money limn ran be alior.lcd without such auvantager. and eniptoyinu an increased number ol liie very best workmen in l lie eounirv, ii-ni.y of wlitim are direct Horn the east ern cities. 1 aiu uow prepaid lo make nnd turn fit A LLiiii V l'Klt DAY. At my Heositorie may b touud at all times the best a.-sortnicut uf liuished work in the country ail of wliii h is warranted in every respect, and lor iiuulity, workuiuii-lup durability aud finish, i u..t to he surpassed iu ihis euubtry, or ty eastern mauulaeturers. Anions my stock ot ti,L-:iu CLuK t'OACllhS, ot various styles a nd tri-ri. c liAKioi r. r.f, ItUCKA W AYS, a variety of 1. 2 and i seats. CAKKIAUKS, a variety ot i and i seats. l'HAI'l'ONs, 1 and i scats, tops stimding and fallin, J K.N NY LINUS. CAItH! AiihS, live patterns -li.'.e e ts. MLKltS. Also. LI'MBKil V AUGXS. I.ert ar:ic!e. for one iiL-li to order any style of wheeled veLh le. ou the my line ol busiuess. are reiuet.'d to ctiil and see Kspecial atteution to Custom Work and Lerniring. iu styles to suit tne most laslnlious. .. a. W arreu. April 1. IVj. extended and iuiprov- extensive huililiiigs, as well as erecting new baes. lit- woik m :y be found HAKnl CUES. LI ilGlES. a lurite variety, consiatinsj TKOTTING. UKuP IRO.N'T. UKMOCKAT1C WAUOXS, KXoW NUIUIXGS, kai:lle. Tll'TKX, ImX BLUGIES. etc.. etc. and two hor .My present facilities enable me tofur- ."liOlil KS'l' Xu'l 1CK. for themselves. rerons wishing anything in Tainting and Trin-.ininEr d-tne ou short notice, and A l.I. V. uth AKKAM tU. H. C. BELDEN. in GRiE FEN BERG 1AM1LY -A 1 1: 1 L C J I N K S . Arc prepared uiitlci the ilia intra iale uptrv iK.ii ol d fkaiiul i'b-K iau, uuU llicy luuy be relied ui-uu iu Ibu lutellijitiice the cuiuiuuiiUy Is uut n.ulua by tue oiler ui luglu uieUu-iuu wliuti iluiius tw cure all oistAStd, but tuo OraluubLrK ht-uitai cotiMdU of eleveu ditiereut iueiieiue, nil unequal ltd iu liie cure ot the aLeLiea tt.r wbicti they usv rtcuiu lueudcd, auioujc which may be selected one a:ro trtale tu any ot the di-fcua3s lucideut to thts eouutry Kud climate. -lUK tRFENBKii VEGETABLE PlLLs are butter than auy other kiud ol itl5 iu tue iurld Price j cent;. JHt G ILAub Kt B E KG LTERINE CATIiOMCoN U an iuialiibie remedy tor alt i'eiualu diaeea Price -iliE I TERIXE t'ATIIoLKoX wiil al-o cure Gravel, dbetue ot tbe Kidneys, unuury dtlu culties in uialea. sVTUEGRJCFEXBEUO 5ARSAFAR1LLA i by tar the uiot powerful and etbeaciuuj ctuioui:d iu Ue Price . 4LV-TUE GRJCFEXBKKG IYSEXTEI;Y SY U lF a a eertain and quick remedy for all disease ot the boweid Price 6w cents. GKFENBERtS PILE REMEDY nev er taibi to pcruianeutly relieve thu diLre:ii:g di-f-earfe Price ?!. -TUEliKFE.BEKG fill LI'RKX ri PAN ACEA U an invaluable compound iu all diciaua in cident to children. -TllK GRAFENBEPG FEVER AND Aill E HEMEiV in a sovereign speciiic for thb particular disease Price Oo cents. T!tE4tRFEXBERGtiKEKXM0 XTAIX 01N TM EXT excels all other euhes in it eiuative eflecfcs Price 'S centn. -THK GlU-KFEXBERtl COXaSUMPTIVE'S BALM aiiortls the luoit atouiahiii relief in all pul monary complaints Price 3 a bottle. 4lrAn euii ueot Physician of New urk, states that he ha known the Grfenberx Conduoiptive's lialui u.d with creat success in Iropy. Our own exierieui- substuntiatcj) hw ratctneut. THEGRFENBEKG HEALTH BITTERS are the mot pleasant and deliKhtl'ul tonic ever pre- oared Price centi. TUE GRJEFEX BERG EYE LOTION U nu paralleled in all indammation or db-eaes of the eye - Price cents. UOUE TtSTlflOJiY. Mr. H. II. Kixcslst Dear Sir: TVe feel it a Ju-! ty we owe to the public, to state that .Mar-hall s la- tuohcon is a medicme invaluable l..r coui.laints under tbe head of female iL-ea.e!i. V.'e have used your linel'cubere Medicine and have been irreatly benehtcd thereby, so much so, that were the nrice double we would have them, 'i'o the thou- sand of our sex who are suffering roul weaknesses, we would recommend the Catholicon as a sure tmn. acea. it e-ives strength to the system aDd enuhlcs each of the organs of tbe hody to perform their ap propriate tuncuons. . rs. . uni r. i. ,irs. r.. r. . r. r.i, MissC. SWoKMbTElT. Medina. March 1. ISol. A-The above named Ladies we are serconallv acquainted with, and know that for several years wniie we uvea in jieuina, incy were great sunerers. Miss S. has been so badly atliictcd that it was with difficulty she was able to stand upon her feet. A lew bottles ol i atnoiieon entirely cured her or her comDlaints. My wife eceived great benefit from this medicine. We reennmend it to the Ladies of this county as a sate aond ethctent remedy tor tbe many complaints t&ey are subject to. JOHS WEEKS. - -- Editor Canfield ilerald. For sale by John R. Woods, Warren : J. M. Les lie. Niles; Lcyde Jt Baily, Hubbard : A. Chew, grooktiela: J. 11. J. Johnson, llartlorl ; i. 1'. Wolcott, Farmington: 11. Barnard, Kinsman; Beckwith k Gee. Gustavns: Curtis Jt Smith. O.reene: W.C. Savage, Bloomneld: L. T. Soule, Newton rails, ana by meaicine dealers generally. H. B. KINUaLEY. Cleveland. Agent for Ohio. Feb. 1. 151. WESTERN RESERVE Carriace Factory. T TIIE riiOPPJETOU do- sires to say to the public, that there can be seen at his Repository. on Liberty Street, a few rods, south of the Western Reserve Bank, the largest assortment of Carriages and Baggies, That he has ever exhibited and offered fur sue iu this market. His stock consists of FAMILY CAR RIAGES and SLIDE tEAls. of various patterns. One-horse Buggies of nearly every description, ail of which are of the latest and most approved East ern styles, which for quality of material, substan tial workmanship and elegance of tiuisu, cannot be surpassed by any other establishment iu the Slate. Having in successful operation a t IE Ail EXG1-N t run all the necessary machinery lor nianulaeturins; his Spores, Hubs, Felloes, aud every tiling that can be done advantageously by machinery. toeing a practical mecnanie nimseit. superintend ing and overseeing all tbe various branches, he is prepared to furnish a vehicle in tirst rate style, for less mocey than any other nianutacturer in the west. HACKS. PEDLER S WAC.0XS. C0ACUES ASD BAROUCHES, If not on hand, will be made to order, on abort no tice. 4-Repairing. Trimming and Painting done with neatness and dispatch. "AI1 work done at my manufactory warranted. In addition to the above, I am prepared to fur nish Carriage-makers and other, with the best qual ity of Turned Spokes. Bent Rims. Bows. Sualu. Poles, Seat-arms, Hubs, io., at as low prices as at any other establishment. Carriaze-makers desiring to furnish their own timber, can get their Spot es and Hubs turned on short notice, and at fair res. &ept3-lMC r- h.. lltLU. Wanted linui diateljrl Auy quantity of first rate seasoned Spokes. Hick ory and White Oak Lumber, in eTchanye for work Cash. E. k. WISELL. IEW MUSIC, 1 Urcat Song of the Day, 600.000 more. ts.O.OOO more, taO.OOOinure. W E AKE COMING FATHER ABR'AM. Six Hundred Thousand More. By a Volunteer. OUU ti KAND AJi-MY'S New Marching Hymn to "Canaan." Song of the Six Hundred Thousand, ty C. S. Dr.iin ard. Price ' cents eucb. for sale at Geo. Adam?, and all Music Stores throughout tue country. Cu- pies"ni by mail ou receipt of price by . DHAIAAKU Jt 10, Mu-io Publishers, Clevchuid, O. li. PiiESS-New Negro Sont-. 01 Mtiiwa ytctnc to nuthiuuton. TTOWAEU ASSOCIATION, Piiiia I delohia for the lUlirf of the SUkatfl Iitt- tregeej, ajHideit trith Yiruint unit 1'hronie the .Vwaf Vryatu. JteUiL'ul Advice given liratu by tne Aeting Sur- "va'luable REPORTS on SPERMATORRIItE A or SEMINAL W EAKNESS, and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, aud on the -EW UE.MEOIES em ployed in the Ltispeusary, sent in sealed letter envel tree ol chnrge. Atldress Lin. J. SMLI.1. 1IUI lillTDN, Howard AsstK-Liti.oi Nov. 10. '01-tf Howland Springs For Sale. rniiE or at the S; oiisiani iiii-r'se 01 liusincss Springs, and mv fuilinr health, hnr. enetu luuuceu me 10 oner tins or..ifrtv l..r.l The Springs and hotel buildilnf arf.itii).te.l r.onr ceutre if a small productive and well watered 011 whieh is a well assorte.1 tiriArvi.i vv choice kinds of fruit tree, which seldom ftil to hoar aDunuuntiy. uiexnausiaoieouaries f nn 1 sn. tin plenty of good timber, li- .Buildings in good condition, farm in high state of cuuivaiioii. The natural and romantic he.n'r of the t.ln abundauce aud uualitv of its Snrinra :ind its present reputation snJ uninlaritv iiimIt. it vcrv uesiraoie property lor any one wishing to keep a tor fashionable summer resort. Persons wishing to purchase, will (ind me at tbe Springs ready to show them the premises and arrauge tbe terms. Or they cau address li. Al. HANK. Rowland Springs, TrumLull County Ohio Jan. 14 tf. WOSTHOLM'S TOCK ET Knives, the lartpfwit taml .t a.oortmcnt rrer brongbt U this part of the State. nw on exhihition R THE OLD FLAG WILL TRI UMPH YET. , 111E AAlfcKlt-.l.-'l B.l-' . r.n. STRIKE FOR THE RIGHT. These ara all new and eleesnt song, just ree'd ' at ADAMS' MUSIC STORE. st as m- re-l.i, up. weua t"T aud M utors j 1 ! ' ! J nnnUalW by any other est.iblkhmcnl in the West, and the prices mnginz a little above the vast Job claased bins Uuiiscs of .e York and Button, i In nirnMLm with nm- P...ur. 8. W. PA11K, Si l l KS.SOII TO 0. H. PATCH & CO., ; IS KOIV OFFERING HIS Immouso Stoolc OP CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT WAR FOR PRICES CASH! J KEUAKDLKSti UF COST',! TUe tjMd-- r.re here must be sold and the Peo ptc mnat buy m at prices to Suit The - Times ! OUIi yi'UING AND SUMMER Stjck i.-i cow on band and beinc opened, com j i rr-iiiK in extent, variety and iualuy ot liooda, a COMPLETENESS j have recently added ; CARRIAGE IIATliTWATiP. Comprising STEEL. IRON AXLES, 11 IBS, iELLOEd, BA-MiS. BOLIS. SPR1NHS. SCREWS. SPOKES. and evcrythitik 1 uf best Stuff together with all things needful to build all styles of Carnages trom a wneelbarrow 1 While speaking of Carriage Hardware we would further uientiou to ... c.vnni.Kie uiilil:r' the fact that at onr " - SCW liOO.1l.Son .HAliKET STRICT, opposite Court Home we have some .1 1.. EXTRA AXLES not heretofore kept in this safttket, soea aa. i SMITH'S CASE U SE. IVES' " - JJPAT, - ' TOMUNSON'S SWELLtii COLLAR. ate. hieh are regarded by all Eastern Manufacturerr as being superior to anything in use. . Y. PARK AV ILL JOB IRON WILL JOB AXLES, WILL JOB SPRLN G3. W ILL JOB BROADCLOTH, WILL JuB DAMASKS, S. W. PARK WiTL RETAIL HARNESS. WILL RETAIL COLLARA W ILL kETAIL WHIPS, WILLRETAILIVORY RINGS WILL KETAIL SADDLES. PARK DEALS IN OIL CLOTH. DEALS IN OIL ENAMEL CLOTH. DEALS IN I-HOK MATS, DKALS I V TRUNKS. DEALS IN CARPET BAGS. V.. PARK MA NUFACTVRES FINE HARNESS. MANUFACTURES DRAFT DO. SUM FAvTURKS bridles. -MANUFACTURES HALTERS, -MA.i U FACT L EES. SIKSINGLES. f. W. PARK REPAIRS HAMES. REPAIRS SADDLES, REPAIRS TRUNKS. REPAIRS CUSHIONS. htPAIRS WHLP3. S. W. PARK Would call the attentioa of CARRIAGE MAKERS ; to ais LARGE STOCK oy WELL SELECTED BR.nrvcLorH?, Uisjsi, E'l Muslin, " I'Ril.L. " Dlcs. Reo PLrsu. "liSK.N DO. Silk Lack, I.kst Sticks, Whip Stx-strs, D.1SB liOD3, Bucks 111, I.vdu Rtrrg Clutbs. Iwti Bcck, .... I. Mo.nkco. Miiliciis, UlSH LlATHS. En'l bo. B1NC DO. Cl'ETAlK LlGBTS, Cabr-ase Know, Tor Props, Sil. Joists. etc.. etc. All of whieh we keep constantly on hand in quanti ties to suit any purchaser aud at prices DEFYIVO COMPETITION. In conclusion allow us to add that the above ea al'.ue embraces but a small portion of our Extensive Stock all times ou exhibition at our m:h ROOMS, wherv we are selling at L O W E K RATES thnn ever for Cash, to snit the orwnl friill. ani sbull be happy to receive our OLD CUSTOMERS nnj uuke new ones, at UAKKET STREET, r..j..tite C'urt Houe. S. W. PARK, (srecsssna to o. h. patch Sl so) Ah;;. US. 1S;1. U iilTED STATES AND F0EEIQN n-i 4. tai. k P.tnV Street. tM'posite the Weddell Horn. Cleveland. thio. O.- . i-r.msoincnts an. I years of experienc givet unu-.";al l:it-iiities for the Uuusaetion of all busi- re: itinc to priite-ttiig inventions, ooiauuugca Faltnts. e.Tte.-ioii, prsecutiii infringe Ouo a.'i-l il !-i,..u-C patent. W e shall be pleased tocon-soliniin ir. vent. rs and others, without charge, a ail points of tliis usin;'s. ,.,-.,.-, I IV . I . iv L I'i IUV I J '3 t., Ji IvStf S.dH'ivrtmaod Aitniy tor I' tents S-T 1860-X. Drake's Plantation Bittera. NVIilOEATES, strengthens'' an J luirilics the system . is a perfect appetizer, and Niitiire's great restorer. Particularly adapted tu and delicate persons, and can ce relied pon it? purity. It cures Dyspepsia, is a gentle tonic, is jui-l the thing for changes of the ssi! J. Sold by 110 I X SI K.i uu.i. Refined Meca Oil Si Canfield f ! Oil ?OI SALE to dealers at manuia.-- turers nriccs. at the Hardware Headquarter. arreu, O. WARREN PACKAKD. Jan. 3. ol OHEET HEAESTS ESTATE. The nndersigned have duly appoiated CTee- of the lait will aud testament ot Robert Hearst, late of Braceville. Trumbull County Ohio, ..!. . iAAl L. LKAiG. Braeeville July, 15.-3W EGBERT SMUH.