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JOB PBISTISO Having recently made lam aaditiocs of the latest etyles of type, to our assortment of Job Printing material, we era prepared to execute in Ike beet manner, the diuerent varieties of Plain ua fancy rnuuua- - SUCH AS Address Cards, Business Cards, Bank Checks, Bills of I .ailing. Ball Tickets. Certinrnte. Label, Cheek Books, ' Manifest. Colored Printing. Note. Drafts. Proerammea, form Books, rtecei rteeeipts, Blanks, all kinds. Handbills, chow w Bills. la fact evervthins done in the ahane of Print ing, at prices that cannot fail to suit, and with dispatch. We keep constantly on hand a rood assortment of Cards and Fine Stationery, from which those in want of Printing can select. Jastiees and CeasUblcs1 Blanks. , MAHONING RAI1 IOAD. On sad after Monday. January 4, 18 saewnrer trains oa this Toad will run to and fro- the NEW DEPOT as Scraaloa Avenue (Seneca b aeOas fol lows . v . i - I C .KAIL. . Leave Cleveland at 7:15 A M; Warrea 9s5S and ar- rvree at Ynuogstown at 10-35 A. M. SETCRNING.leave Youngrtown at 2.00 P M. V arrea 2:42 ; end arrive at Cleveland at 5:30 P. . Yeaagwtemm JExstreaa. Leaves Yoongstowa at T.-O0 A M: Warren a T3) A. M: and arrives at Cleveland at 10:25 A M. . BETURNING. leaves Cleveland at 3:45 PM; War ren at 6:22, and arrives at Youngstown t 7:00 P . CHAL. L. RHODES, General Manager. SewelandDee.au. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Atlantic & Great Western. GOING EAST- Si leaves Cleveland- . 9:50 A M .:2:10 P M 1 045AM Express leaves Warren.. au leaves arren Fast Freight leaveaWarren.. 9:17 A M ay Freight leaves Warrea 12:10 P M go lira west Express iearee Warrea ; 4-J5 P M Mail leaves Warrea . 1:57 p M fast Freight leaves wrva ,, 5.55 p M Way freight leaves Warren 2:45 P U The If ail train conaeete at Ravenna wita train to PiUsbaig. THE MAHONING BRANCH. 3 GOING EAST: fxpraes leaves Cleveland . x press leaves Warrea Mail leaves Cleveland , . . S:45 P M 6-22 P M .. 7:ISAM 9:55 A H Mail leaves H arren- Freight leaves Warrw -J1.-24 A M 1st Coal leaves arreo.. . 5:36 AM 9:16 AM 24 Coal leaves Warren.. GOING WEST : Express leaves Warren Kail leaves Warrea Fraight leaves Warren 1st Coal leaves Warren 3d Coal leaves Warrea.. 7:02 P M Local Xotices. I Terms of the Chronicle, $1,50 in v aria- j Wy io advance. No deviation from this i ule.'V'V" ' j ' I The Sew Teu Forty Bonds. .Messrs. T. J. McLain k Son, Bankers, awe agents for the sale of the above - earned bonds. - Terms, ' par for legal ten der orsation.il bank note. April JJ tf. Ladies' styles at Paper Collars and Cutis all ; EEED& ADAMS, Just In Time. A few nice Spring OercoaUj jurt re-! eived at Turner Peck's Clothing T If - Ol A TTT "VI 1 AuiiW ikXAvin ovrerv, rr arren, unio. j Sale of Heal Estate. AUention is invitel to tbe notice of j -Administrator's aaleof land belonginjf to estate of A. Faunce, Jr., deceased, in En- sett a. . ! Notary Public. Mr. Andrew Gardner of Hubbard, has teen appointed "Notary Public," by the Governor of Ohio, and will e.ttend to ail business appertaining to that office. Cartes de VIsItes .Taken at Hatfield's Picture Rooms, 31 o. 15 Market Street. For Sale. A House and Lot, on Elm St.; a large lot, and splendid t-oil for gardening pur pose with fraitand ornamental trees. Good house and tarn, all in good order. - The above premises will be sold cheap. Tor further particurars call on Dr. Bur roughs at his office, corner of Market . sad Liberty St, or Judge Fuler. ; " . J.C. BURROUGHS. TTarren May 2d, 1864.-2-W. J -i m s Sixty Years Ago. In May, A. D. 1803, the Norwich Fire Insurance Company commenced business, aince which time the Norwich has paid over Five Million Dollar for losses. . The Norwich has always paid its losses promptly, - and has never appeared In Court as plaintiffs or defendants. -Whittlesey Adams is the only' Agent la Trumbull County, for the Old .Norwich Jgatlonal Guards. ' ' SASDCSiT ClTT. I May 1st, 1864.J Eonoas Chboxiclt: Please publish for lave, in your paper, the following : "All persons belonginr to Company C, .51st fieeiment Ohio National Guards, will leport at Sandusky City. Ohio, imras- tiskbwir, awmu w wit mwiu. CAPT. J. M. JACKSON, ----- Hubbard. EXAMINATION. OF SCHOOL TEACHERS! The Board of School Examiners will hold Examinations at the Court House, in Warren, on Saturday, May 28tb, The new school law provides that ev att male annlicant for a teacher eer- s 1 1 tificate shall pay a fee of fifty cents, and acb female applicant a fee of thirty five ents, in addition to revenue stamp and postage. These fees are not paid for the certificate, but as a condition of examin ation. Each applicant mut pay this fee before being examined. It is believed that this provision will xtJord an adequate fund for a Teacher's Institute annually in every county of the State. ' This will elevate the standard of qualifications among our teachers, and greatly promote, the efficiency of our country schools. The law provides for bounty and also for Union Institutes. H. J.CALDWELL, "- Board f WHITTLESEY ADAMS, County .X-jCQIJEMAJ!U j Eiaminsrs May 4 St. Town and County, LaJi' ?hh styles at Collars and Cuff all REED k ADAMS. Resigned. We tee by the State Journal tbat Major E. C Downs, of tha 20th Infantry has re signed. The Major has been at home in this place for, a week or two past. Was in Town. Citpt. C. W. Smith, of the Trumbull Guards, stationed at GaUiopolia, was in town over Sunday last. He left on Mon day morning for his poet, and expected his company would immediately leave Tor more active duty at some other point, but ha1 no idea where its destination would be. Personal. ' Col. II. B. Case, formerly of this place, having fitted himself for the practice law, has recently "ttyck his shingle out in Youngstown, where we hope his so journ may prove eminently pleasant and profitable. Lady Compositors. Our notice last week that we would five situations to two young ladies wish ing to learn type-setting, met with prompt response on the part of applicants. In re ply to enquiries made by letter on the subject; we would state that our paper had been issued but a few hours until the situations offered were taken. In case we should find it necessary to employ any more ladies, those who applied too late for ihis chance will be informed of any future opportnnity. Still They Go. sent a or more of its employees to the war, and now our colleague, Mr. Hapgood, has shouldered his musket and left to look after the inter ests of Uncle Sam at Johnston's Island II Ls absence makes a very inconvenient vacuum, but we trust our friends will not complain if matters connected with the establishment do seem a little awkwardly for a few weeks. In these times we do not always do as we would like to, but as we eiin. Ladies' Purer Colls if and Cuffs al styles at REED & ADAMS. N. L. R. Co. By the New Lisbon Buckeye &U10 we learn that the New Lisbon Kailway Co, has been organized by the election of Marvin Kent as President of the Board of Directors. The money to build the road will be furnished upon condition that the right of way is secured and the road bed, cleared to the new eomDanv. and leases for thirty thousand acres of coal land ly ing along the route granted. An effort will be made at once to comply with these conditions. Real Estate. i ; The New Lisbon Buckeye Slate, says (hat Thomas McCoy, Esq., of that town told his dwelling, banking house and store room on Market street, New Lisbon last week, to Mr. W. H. McNiece, of Warren, for $4,500. Also that Lycurgus II. Green also disposed of his farm known a the Upper Furnace tract, consisting of about three hundred acres, tor tbe sum of fourteen thousand dollars, to Mr. A. S Bobbin s,of Warren. He retains possession until the first day of April, 1863. The land has a very valuable coal bed under it, . . . . ...u.; . it.- vfi riKhnn m de,el Brookfield Affairs. Mr. Albert Christy,. of Brookfield, has f the best blooded Stallions in the State. The horse was raised by lion. I. M. Clay, of Kentucky, uken to Michigan, and last winter was brought to Brook field by Mr. Christy. See advertisement in another column. The great ooal interests in Brookfield, it is believed, will cause quite a flourish ing town to spring up at the Center. Thirty-five acres of land have been laid off into half acre village lots, a considera ble portion of which have been sold. Fine streets have been opened to them. We are glad to notice this evidence of increasing prosperity in Brookfield. Ladies' FperCollars and Cuffs all styles at REED k ADAMS. Mean and Cowardly. .No petty criminal act has been perpe trated in our town for years, that excited more general indignation and disgust than the vagabond act involving the gird ling of Mr. Frederick Kinsman's fine ev ergreens. Every good citizen felt it to be a personal matter, and that the outrage affected all. The Town Council prompt ly offered a reward of $500 for the appre hension and conviction of the villain or villains. ThU was well enough, but in dependent of any pecuniary inducement, every citizen should feel it his duty to act as a special policeman ia helping to ferret out this matter. Every respectable man must feel it degrading to his manhood to be placed at the mercy of persons who, under the cover of night could creep like thieves and assassins into the premises of a citizen and deopoil property from re vengeful motives. And although proper ty, and perchance even life, may be sac rificed to appease the hellish spirit of such vindictive creatures; it will not do for citizens to tamely submit to the rule of such men, nor heed their cowardly threats againsthose who dare to do what they feel to be their duty in suppressing a fearful vice and rapidly spreading eviL The sum of Mr. Kinsman' offending was that be took the initiative in a movement to suppress, by legal means, the illegal traffic in liquor in this town. For this. nine-tenths of the people thanked him, and felt that he was doing God's service in his efforts to awaken public attention to the subject. Outside of the liquor traf- ficers, Mr. Kinsman has probably not an enemv. No man in this community has been, of is now, more universally esteem' ed by those whose esteem is worth bar ing. Tbat the outrage on his property is chargeable to the whiskey influence, is generally conceded. Any other citizen would, perhaps, have suffered injury, bad he used his influence as did Mr. Kinsman, againRt the dealers in rot-gut. Now that the whiskey power has undertaken to in timidate and rule in this community, the question to be settled by our people u whether sobriety, peace and order shall govern, or drunkenness, rowdyism and villainy run riot, and compel citiseus to submit to t reign of terror. Trumbull County. of The following sbows how Trumbull Couuty stands as lYtfitrds the draft on the 2d of Msy, 1384: J t c xx i - 2 5 s 5 zi :e rs s I ? ? - - ?q ? 29. Brookfield, 29 8 21 30. Bazetta, 31. Bloomfield, 32. Bristol, 33. Braceville, 34. Champion, 35. Fowler, 36. Farmington, 37. Gustavus, 38. Green. 39. Hartford. 40. Howland, 41. Hubbard. 42. Johnson, 43. Kinsman, 44. Liberty, 45. Lordstown, 46. Mecca, 24 20 23 26 20 26 26 24 21 33 20 38 21 23 35 24 34 23 16 8 23 3 21 15 42 11 31 18 7 10 12 13 23 20 18 33 18 13 24 113 66 1 4 15 3 17 5 11 00 10 2 2 31 11 12 22 1 14 1 2 0 0 0 0 19 18 47. Mesopotamia 19 43. Newton. 35 49. Southington, 18 50. Vernon, 18 51. Vienna, 24 52. Warren, 106 53. Weatherafield85 Total, 762 593 204 25 51st Reg't. National Guard. This regiment rendezvoused at this place daring several days of last week, and left on Friday afternoon for duty at Johnson's Island, near Sandusky. Elfht companies went from this county. The regimental officers are Col. J. F. Asper and Major H. B. Harmon. The Lt. Colonelcy is vacant. There were about 600 men in the regiment when it left here. The sections of the county from which the several companies went, and also their commandants, are as follows: Warren, Capt. Hutchins; Newton Falls, Capt. Fowler; Liberty, Capt. Mor ns ; Ail. Capt. b windier; Farmington, Capt. Hatch ; Hubbard, Capt. Jackson ; Kinsman, Capt. Burnham ; Mineral Ridge Capt. McGrath. This call has drawn heavily on the most productive industrial labor of the county, leaving some townships with hardly a tenth part of its able-bodied men. Not withstanding the great personal sacrifices involved in leaving home at this particu lar season, it was surprising to witness the promptness and enthusiasm with which nearly all responded to the call of the State for their military services. Trum bull county has reason to feel proud of her patriotic National Guard. District Court. The term of District Court for this County, which commenced on the 28th ult., terminated on Saturday last. Tbe Judges present were Scott of the Supreme bench, and Common Pleas Judges Chaf fee, Gliddon and Ambler. The following cases were disposed of : Bane and Bane vs. Caleb B. Wick, et al. Mary B..Wick etal, vs. Henry Wick, et al. W. A. t Allen C rowel vs. Hiram Fuller. Decree in favoi of plffs. J. H. Greer vs. Martha Shady. En or. Judgment of Cum. Pleas affirmed. Exr. of John Walters vs. Daniel Sum- merville. Decree for plff. Lewis Maxten vs. Silas N. Jones et al. Settled. G. P. Carlton vs. Adm'r. of Benj. Mar shal et al. Error. Judgment of Com. Pleas affirmed. Michael E. Moser, etal vs. Harriet A. Jane. Error. Judgment of Common Pleas reversed and caase remanded. Manville Barber vs Henry A DuBois. Error. Judgment of Common Pleas af firmed. Orrln Cox vs. W. B. Bank. Error. Reserved for decision In Supreme Court. J. B. Grid vs. Rarntim and Fuller. Error. Judgment affirmed. W. W. Rialter vs. Eiijah Hutchins. Error. Reserved for decision in Supreme Court. W. D. Freer vs. Ex'rs of C. G. Sutliff. njunction dissolved. Appeal dismissed. Amzi Webb vs. W. S. Goucher. Ap peal dismissed. ' A. K. Kramer et al vs. Samuel Cjf ood shaU. Error. Judgment affirmed. s HERIFF S SALE. Louisa Atwood. vs. f!n1!ns Atwood. In Court af Cemmoa Plaas. By virtue of a Venditioni Exponas Issued oat ef said court, in the above ease, and to me direeted, and delivered, I shall expose to public sale, at the door of the Court House, in Warrea. on aturdav, the lt stay of Hay, 1SS4, and between the hoars of 10 oVlock A. M.. and 4 o'clock P. M-. of said day. the following described real estate, to wit: The undivided one-half of Ave (5) acres of laid, situate in the townshrip of John ston, Trumbull County, Ohio, and which is bound ed as follows: On the north and west by lands of Daniel and Fayette- Dunbar, oa the east by the north and south center road, and on the south by lands of Lester Button. Appraised at$l$7-lU0 Terms Cash. J.Q. BUTTER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Warren, April 13. 1864. w ASH TUBS, WASH BOARDS Clothes Pins, Clothes Lines, Brooms kc at the CKULh.tR! aTOKK. Warren Ohio. May 6. 1863. Pensions & Bounty! GOVERNMENT-LICENSED SOLDIERS' CLAIM AGENCY! 1AM AUTHORIZED BY THE O0TTRNMENT to procure Back Fay.Bounty sn4 Pensions for all persona entitled thereto, and have opened an ese on Main Street, in my Brick Block, up stairs, where I will attend to all basiness of that kind that may be entrusted to me, with nromntness and fldelity. Charges Lisa than local eea. to be paid when the bunn is comolnted. If uAMasfuL ALJlUt V. n EBB, Justice of the Peace, Warrea. 0 Feb 10. Tj4 I HAVE Transf erred all ray Pension and Bounty Claim bnsineat to Almon D. ebb. Eso- who is fully authorised to prosecute all unfinished business to completion. All my cli ents in the claim business will find everything per taining to their cases at Mr. Webb's, of whom they will please make the necessary inquiries hereafter, either personally or by letter. I take great pleasure in recommending Mr. Webb to all having business of this kind to do, as a com petent and reliable Agent. J. i. ASPER. CROCKERY!! BOUTQN fc WEIR. DEALERS IsT CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. Market Street, Warren, Ohio. TTAVIXG greatly increased our j stock at ood and having refitted and re furnished our store we are no j prepared to offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS to the buyers of goods ia this Una. ROAD TAX NOTICE. ArsiToa's Oirtcg, Tsm. Co- 0. I ArtiL 25. low. i A-? Offloain T THE SESSION OF TBE Com missioners of said County, held at this in March, leoi. a leavv of i mill oa aach dollar of taxable property, ia said County, lor said year, was ordered for Road purposes, ana that said tax be paid by labor on tha roads in said County, prior to tha 10th day of July next. Townships clerks will make retura of the anworkad taa to this Of fice Immediately thereafter. dVpc FT 4 baiLB arAAA, AlUUter. HOOFUIS GERM BilTERS.; Dr. UOOFLWD'StLK.MA.N BITTEBS. rBkPAKKD 8T DB. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa., IS XOT A RUM DRINK, OR A SUBSTITUTE FOR RUM. Or an ' Intoxicating Beverage, BUT A Highly Concentrated Vevetable ESTIIAOT! A PURE TONIC ! Vet from Alekolic Stimulant mr iJuriout Dome AWD WILL ErrJECTVALLY CURE LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA id JAUNDICE. Uoofland's German Bitters, Will Cure Every Case Chronic or KtrvQv& Dthility, DUecut of M Kidntyt, and Disease arising from Disordered Stomach. OBSSSVE THE FOLLOWING STMPTONS Resulting from disorders of the digestive organs: Con stipation, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or weight In tbe Stomach, Sour Fractions, Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, f utltenng at the Heart, ChoKlnz or sun oca ting sensations when in a lying posturo,Dim ness of - Vision, Dots or Weha before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellow ness of tha Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Cbeit. &c, Sudden Flushes, of Heat, Burning in tbe Flack. Constant of En I, and great. Depression of Spirits, Liver CoinrjiaJM, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. HOOFLISD'S GERJllS BITTERS, WILL OITI ron A GOOD APPETITE. STKO.NG NtKVES. HEALTH V NERVES, STEADY NEKVES, BRISK FEELINGS, HEALTHY FEELINGS, ENERGETIC FEELINGS, A GOOD CONSTITUTION. A HEALTHY CONSTITUTION. A STONG CONSTITUTION. A SOUND CONSTITUTION. will make Tnr Weak r- , Strong. WILL MAXC TBI Delicate Hearty WILL MAKE TBE Thin - - - Stout WILL MAKE THE Depressed . - Lively WILL MAKE TBC Sallow Complexion - - Clear WILL MAKE TB X Dull Eye - Clear and Bright WILL FaOVE A BLE8SINO IN EVERY FAMILY! CAJI BE ms MALE OK FEMALE. W1TU FEaVECT SAFKrT rty OLD OB YOl'NG. 'f f ? ? PARTICULAR NOTICE I There are many preparations sold under the name of Bitter, put us in Quart bottles, compoun ded of the cheapest waaky or common rum, cost ing rrom wuw eeuu a gaiiou, tae taste atsguiseu by Anise or Coriander deed. This class of Bitters have caused and will contin ue to cause, as long as they ere sold, hundreds to die the death of the drunkard. By their use the tystein is kept eoutiuuaily under the Influence of Aicouuo atiuuianuoi we worst Kind, me aeetre fer Liquor is oreated and kept up, an 1 the result is ail the horrors 01 a drunkard's lue and death. sor loose who Oesue ana will have a Liuuor Kil ter, we publish the toliuwiug recipe: get one bonis 01' UooCacd's lierman Biuersaud mix aith tniee quarts ui good brandy or whisay, and the reult will be a preparation that will lax excel in medici nal virtues aiid true excellence any of tbe numer ous LiuuorBiUera in thsuuixket, aud will cost much leas. I ou will ca e all liie virtues of lloufiaud's Bitters iu oouueviion with a good article of liquor, at a much less priuaihaa these inferior preparations will cost you. DELICATE CHILDREN. Those suffering from Mai aswus. wasting awar. with scarcely any dead on their buses, are cured in a very short time. One boule. insnea. cases, a til have a mast surprising enact. DEBILITY, Resulting from fevers of any kind these Bitters will restore your strength In a very short time. FEVER AND AGUE. The chills will not return if these Bitters are u.ed. No person in a fever and Akuo District should be without tii em.' j From Rev. J. Kcwton Brows, D. D.. Editor of the Encyclopaedia of Religious Knowledge. Although not dunosed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines generally, throuau distrust of their ingredient and etlects, yet i know of no suf ficient reasons why a man may not testify to the benefit he believes himself to have received from anv simnie preparation, iu the hoDe he mav thus contribute to the benefit of others. I do this the more readily in regard to Hoofland's 1 German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jacksou, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them lur many years, under the impression that they were ehieny aa Alchoaoiic mixture 1 am indebted to my friend, Robert shoemaker, fcsq., lor he removed this prejudice by proper tcu, and tor encourage ment to try them when fullering from great aud long continued debility. Xbe use of liiree Louie of these Bitters, at tbe begiuning of the preaeut year, was louowea oy an evident relic:, ana re ration to a degree of bodily and mental mutt hi I had not felt for six months before, and bad al most despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God and my iriend tor directing to the ore of them. J. NEWTON BROWN Philadelphia, June 3. lotil. ATTENTION, SOLPIERS ! And the Friends cf Soldiers We call the attention of all having relations or friends in the army to the tact that iioofianti's Ger man Bitters will cure nine tenths of tbe diseases induced by exposure and privations incident to camp life. In the lists published aliaoct daily in tha newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it will be ODservea in at a large portion are suuering lrom debility, Every 01 to bat kind can readily eur- ed by Boouand German Birtert. W e have no bea- itation is saying that if these Bitters were frselv used among our soldidrs, hundred of lives might oe tavea mat woaia otncrwue be kt. The proprietors are daily receiving thankful let ten from sufferers in the army and horpilal. who have been restored to health by the use of these niuart, csnt 14 taem py taeir frienus. BEWABE OP COUNTERFEITS. Setht.ths signitureof "C. M. JACKSON" Is 09 the vaarrxa of each buttle. x ni o zi s s 75 cents par bottle, or half doien 11,00, Should your Dearest druggist not have tha article do not bs put off by any of the intoxicating rrepa tions thai may be offered In its place, but send to as, and wa will forwanLsecurely packed, by express. Principle Office.and Manufactory, Uo. 631, Arch St., Pbiladelpuia, Pa. JONES & EVANS, (Sacacsson Ui C. V: Jetoa Co..) . zozziTJErroxis. M-Vor sals by Druggists and Pleri lp avwr tows la las VaiUd buuas. Kov.U.lu3,lr , i I r-ifas. i: e it-- w sw.n '.; - - v.vl y. r u ' w- : v.- oats tsjar BEING CLOSE AT HAND, WE II AVE TAKEN THE MATTER INTO serious eousl deration, and after proper reflection as to the wants of our numerous customers, have eoiae to tbe conclusion tbat CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, &G &C. Are among the indispensable commodities of man. in LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK Y :i having ben bonzht early in the season tr .-"Tri uncommon lnauremeots, to purchasers at much lower price than would otherwise have eur gooas at even lower prices tnan tne same coaia BOUGHT AT WHOLSALE Among the numerous articles to be sold at bargains, are the following: BEAUTIFUL 3VI-A.TOEC3i3I GTJITQ I 1500 LINES COATS, AN EtEOAXT A3S0RTMENT OF HATS ASD CAM, 76 TRUNKS ALL K INDS. 20 TKAVELIXQ BAOi 2U.000 GEN TLE M EJl'S 51 A8SAS0II VA PER COLLARS. LA DIES' PAPER .COLLARS AN'O CUFF. . ALEXANDRE KID GLOVES FOR UENT3' , i?UPEV.B STOCK FI RNI-HIN GOD3. BUCtf A3 TIE HANDKERCHIVF'M GLOVES. BRACES. WRAPPERS AND URA WKRS. XtGLIGEE SUIRTd, LINES SUIRIS. HOolERX. Ac, A, Ae. Ws take pleasure in tboing oar goods, and whether wishing to purchase or net, oar customers w be waited upon with politeness. Our sVjck of Cloths, Cassiineres and Vestings, Never Was More Complete Ad) we fes! atarfl that no boos this tide of the i'iww, wurcu wilu uux a?uinnr worauu. wsj exam uuuts 1x1 lutj eisue. 0enUemeD wigiaiDf to puxeba a COAT. PA5TS. EVESY ARTICLE WABEANTED TO BE AS EEPBESENTED ! BCHEHBEB Oral HOTT0, Warren 0., itay t. iSo3. r9 rav n r"7i i fkT k&- J Ait in, ray-r&r-2 12 vat . fcja . iZTrz i -jis-HJ We are now Opening TBS LARGEST STOCI OF EOODSI EVER BRO'T To Tale 1CABIXT! We And to meet this matter of bat ease, we have cut store a very OF THE ABOVE NAMED GOODS. fir CASII. we do not hesitate to say that we can and this season. been possible. Thus we will be able to offer many of be IN THE EASTEN MARKETS! E-istrrn Cities, can display better rariety of these iq suaouusciare cae.om vtuuunff. xuiij equal 10 any or TEST pattern, caa certalDl aare money by ex- REED & ADAMS. TXt. aaa SPENCERIAN OHERLI.T. OHIO. 8. S. 1ALUIX. PriTi?iiial Comtaertjial r?Dartment. VT. A. Jt l E. 1UUUE, - Principals Chirographic Dertmeut. ALL doriirin' to prepare ncsa, may be asjorod that the I re tor busi- hmt facilities are offered at this Institute at about 4U per cent, less than at similar Colleges, elsewhere. The conrse of study iuciude Book-Keening, bv riLle and don' S utry. Commercial Law. the art of '1 el vgraphiog, etc.. eto. In tbe CbiroKrairbie l'erartment. thormigh in- strucuon w given n bPENCKKIAN. PRACTI CAL and ORNAMENTAL PENilANSUIl'. On receipt of One Dollar will be sent to any ad dress a full sett of copies with explanations, pre senting a complete analysis of each letter of the Alphabet, imparting a sufilcient knowledge of the eytcm, to innre good sucoets in teaching it. .1 r... r.niH - - 1 c. 1 . : 1 .-.1 , ANDRHW, & WEEKS "NVITE tho attention of their ens- toners and the pebl e generally to their PtuCk of JBTD5 It will be found nnmirpancd. in all those features which attract the attention of perrons of good taste. OUR STOCK esidt of Dsrs Goor. S(UWLS 1KD Mixtillss. PlI!CTS. BLT.im imd Blows aismxo. WOOLEX GOOI. Yixsr. Nornc Whits Goods. EuB10IOCai3. Hobisbt aso Quirts. Gikts FraxisHi e Goops. Ac, iC-, Ac. t Ae. We are alio arrets fur the sale of ARMS, BARDWELL, & CO.'S These fklris sre t" n-isde that the hoops or spring Will Not Bi-aT Arsat I" Fsoxr. like all other sbl 'fury sre made 'f tbe b-t quality of steel aad matniarturrd in U':h a man ner which makes them u tboy are j-rorrsy ralitd Til Everlasting Sliii-t Onr name Is printed on tbe bard of every skirt, and we tloarautee katlsfactlam la every Caso. TO TUB GENTLEMEN & LADIES 1 who wish to iraprive their outward appearance, we would say that Mr. Weeks will give his peror al atteotiuu to tbe uimufstury of LADIES (10AKS AD5IES WE1IL Our stock in that line eon3L iu part sf Fs.nct Csssiaigts, EX0AKH.0TD3, doeskins, Melto.ns, Sscxiiios, - Ladies' CLoaaisGS, a great variety of SE A' AND ELEGANT TRIMMINGS. Ac, Ac. All of which will be made op to order, in the aot approved stylr; and of superior workmanship. All of which w offer at the lowest market prices, f Cash or in ex-hasge for Produce, April 20, '6T. if. NOTICE. To Martha Miner, Amos Miner. Almon Mi ner, Robert Kay, Hudiey Ky, Almira lav lor. Thomas Taylor. Xaura Bradley. James D. Brad- ley, Elijha Miner, bibbi-1 Miner, George Miner, Henry iliner. Merman iliuer, Ann l'eaaann hue band. Peck, Amn Miner. Wellingtou Boyle, lierman Boyle aud Mary Ann Bole Yoa are her.by notitied that the undersigned as Executor of El'iba Miner, deceased, has tiled hie Setition in the Probate Court of Trumbull county, bio. against yoa. asking for an order to soli the homestead farm of said decedent, of about seventy eight acres, situate in Johnston township, Trumbull county, Ohio, and known as a part of lot 13. third division, in said township, and upon which said de cedent lived at the tlnieof his death. Also a small gore of land adjoining the above in said lot No. 13. which decedent bourht of one Wm. Boon. Which said petition will be heard at the office of said Court, on tne 4th day of May, A. v. loot, Be tween the hoars of Id A. M.. audi P.M.. of said day. THOMAS GILM0RE. Geo F. Brown, Ex'r of Elisua Miner, dee. Atty. fur Pet'r. A ril 6, w. DKOTUEIt'S fainting at tbe dopr. was wounded and s prisoner. uur rants were torsoxi to ny. Thrown within a gloomy dungeon. Away from friends alone to die. Thi'iian elegant song with six verses and a splendid choru..et A DAM 'BOOKSTORE. T EVI SUTLIFFS ESTATE. I 1 l"otic is hereby given that the rabiorlber has been appointed and qualified Executrix of tha es tate of LeviSutliff, deceased, late of Warren, Trum bull County. Ohio. PHEBE L. 61'ILIFf . Viamn, Apruju,-w- H tfrSU S law ri;ijS;ihi2f. i -rt P:7-- ; AYEE'S Sarsaparilla EOS PUElFYIHGr THE BL003X And ta- the 'speedy ears of the fallowing com plain ti: Kerornlaaad Scrofwlens Aflrectlasa,amcss as Tumors, Clears, bores, ICruptioBs, PUnplcs, Pwatwles, Blotches, J3aUa. BUlas, aasd all BlUn DUeasss. OssuiB, IadV, Stk Juae, 19ML J- C Ana A Co. Gents: I fcel it my duty to ac knowledge what your karaaparilia as ooae fur me. Ilavinj inherited a Scrofuloe. inhctiea, I have suBend frcea it in various wars fat years. Sometbnes it burst out ia Clears oa ay hands aad arms; wai.tiwn a turned Inward aud distrain d at at the "t, Two years ago It broke out ea my bead and covered my scalp aBd ears with one sore, which was painfol aad tHr t beyond descriptJoa. I tried away aiedicioes aad etveral pbyaioaaa. bat without much relief from any thing. In bet, the disordst grew worse. At length I was rejoiced te read la the Uosp-4 atasMnger that yoa bad prepaied aa alterative (Sarespariua), ktt I knew from your reputa tion that any thing you mad mast b good. I east as CuKiBnatiandgot it, and uses It till it cured mew I took it, as oaadviM.tn small dosesof ateaspoeafal evera moBih, and ued almost three bottles. Mew and heal Ihy kin soon begin to fcrm under the scab, which after a while fell off. My skin is aow clear, and I know by my fcelings that the disease baa gone from ay system. Yoa can well brueve that 1 feel what 1 am lay ids when I tell you, that I bold yoa to be one of tbe apostles of the age, aad remain ever gratefully. Yours. XLi HEJ) X. TALLXT. at. Aathaay's Fire. Rose r Erysipelas, Tetter and Salt Rhesus, Scald liead, UUfworai, Sara Srss, Prepay, Sr. Bobert U. Preble writes from Salem, H. T 12tb Spt . laaa, a t .w,.e mm tu 0erau case of Ifrtptf, which threatened te terminate fatally, by persevering use of our oaraaparilla, and also a dangei Ifaliewant Enpipdas by large aoses of tbe same) says be cures tbe commoa Entptioms by it constantly. Brawchaccle, Oeltro ar Swelled Seek. Zebnloa Eloaa of Prospect, Tsxaa, writes t "Thrse boe tles ef your Sanaparllla cored me from a Goitrt a hid eoos swelling oa the sack, which I had saOered from ever two years.' Lencerrhrra er Whites, O-varlam Twaaar, tterlae L'lceratloa, Female Dlaeaaes. Dr. J. B. 8. Caaunlng, or Nsw Tork City, writes " I BKat cbeerfally comply with the request of your agent la saying 1 have found your 8araaparUla a most excellent alterative la the numerous complaints (or whka wo employ such a remedy, but especially la jtsuis furssar of the Scrofulous dial boa is. 1 have cured maay Inveter ate eases of Leoeorrhaa by It, and aome where the eom piaint was caused by alorraoea of tbe ato-ua, Tbealeer. "on ltatlf was sooa cured. Hothlng witbia my knowl edge equals It for these female detauremeata.1 Edward 8. Harrow, of Kewbary, Ala, writes, A dan gereua w-enan tusiar ea one ef Ike (unalei iu any Bunlly, which had defied all tbe remedies we could employ, has at length been completely cured by your Extract of Bar sanarille. Onr physician thought nothing but extirpa tion could afford relief, bat be advised the trial of your Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, and it proved effectual. After taking your remedy eight weeks no symptom of tbe disease remains.' yphllla aad Merc oriel Disease. Wrw 01UA.WJ, Stth August, ISM. TJa. J. C Ana t Sr. I cheerfully comply with tbe te. ?wet of year agent, and report te yo suns ef the effects have realised with your SarmC'UiHe. I have cured with It, ia ay practice, ssest ef the esse. plaints for which It Is reeoauaeoded, and have found us effects truly wonderful la the cure of reveal aad Jar curaai Duaut, One of ay eetlenta had Syphilitic ulcers la his throat, which were consuming Us palate aad tha lop of his moutn. lour barai peril la, steadily cured aim ia five weeks. Another was ailaeSed bv oodary synwtoas la hi nose, and tbe ulearatioa had eatea away a considerable part ef It, es that I believe tbe disorder would sow reach his brala and kill hiss. But M yielded la ay admlnlatratioa of your Sarasparilla; the ulcers healed, aud be le well again, est of coarse without some dlsfignraljoB to bis face. A woaiea who had bena treated tor the same disorder by seercury was auoerins; boa this poieoa In bar boaee. They bad become as sea atUve to the weather that oa a damp day she suffered ex cruciating pain la bar Joints and bones. She, tea, was cured entirely by your Sanaparllla iu a few wnaaa. 1 know from its fcmaula, which your agent gave aae, thai this Preparauoa from your laboratory auat be a great remedy: coasea,nently, thee truly resaaraabi results mi u ua.e no. aornrwea SB- frateruaily yours. 0. V. LABIIITE, U. D. Liver Complaimt. Rbewmatlsm, Goat, Iscrr CTDrjrcv, reetoa Co. Vs.. St. Jnjv. 18&9L Da. J.C Ana: f?b-, I have beta afflicted with a pain ful chronic Asasaa(on for a long time, which baffled tae lull of pbyslcisns. sad stuck to me la spite of all tbe remedies I CDulJ find, until I tried your 8araaparilla. One bottle cured us in two weeks, and restored aiy general health ao much tbat I am fer better than before I was el tacked. 1 Uuak it a wonderful sudklne. J.a'AKAX. Jules T. eetchcll, of St. tools, writes: "I have been afflicted tor years with aa affection of tAc Aiecr, which destroyed my health. I tried every thing, snd every thins; failed to relieve sne; and 1 have bsea a brohoa dewa aaa lor some jaus from ao other cause Uisa dtromgtmau of UttLatr. sly beloved pastor, U:e Bav. Mr. Espy, advised me to try your Sarteparula, because be said be knew you, and any thing you made was worth trying. By the time Ing of God It baa cured me, and baa so puiifWd ay blood as to make a new aaa ef aa. 1 feel young agaia. Xbe best that caa be said ef yoa le aet half rood eaeugh," Bchfrrw, Cancer Twnaore, Kmlargenaemt, I Iceratlon, Carlee and Kxoliatiesi of the Boaese . A ereat variety of cases bavs beew reported ft u wbere cures ef these tiruildaule complaint have resulted from the use of Ibis remedy, bat onr t jiace here wkl sot admit them. Borne of them may be found la our Amerteaa Almanac which the sgents below as need are slims to t urnlab (rati to ail who call fer them. Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Flta, SpUef. y, aiciaacaoijre neuralgia. - Many remarkable cores of thee affection have bean made by the alterative power of this medicine. It ettao isies tb vital fnsxiioaa Into vinroa actka, aad tows overcomes disorder which would be supposed beyond It rear. Soch a remedy baa long been required by the ae teaiiuss of tbe people, and we are rouSdent that this will do for them ail that medicine can da. Ayerfc Cherry Pectoral, TOU THU SAT ZD CCEB OF Cewt;hs, Ci"- Inoacaia, Hoauraeaeea, Creep, li . 'iltla, laclplsnt Cea. - aui.t:: . id for the Relief af ti... ...Motive Patleata l.i i, cod fitagee Dlaeasa, This Is a rotf-e Jy -m t iJ.xrsally known to sorpass snf other lor tbe cure ui iDroat and lung complainla. that a is uscleea here to publbth tbe vldeTce of Iu vlrcaea. Is unrivalled excellence for cough and relda. and it truly wonderful cares of pulmonary disease, have made u known throng boat the civulsed aationa of tbe earth, few are the co nun unities, or evea femilw, ameag ibea who have not asm personal experiencest lueSeru aome bring trophy m their mlust of lis victory ever tbe subtle sad dangerous disorders ef the throat and Inprx As ail know the dreadful fatality of these euevUrra, and as tbey know, too, the effect, of ibis remedy, we need not io more than to aware them that it has aow all the vir tues that it aid bare wbea Baking the rare which have woo e atroagiy apua tbe confidence of mankind. Prepared by Sr. J. C. AYES & CO., LowtjH, Wats, SOLD BY-Hoytand Stratton.E A Fmlth.J R Woods Warren : A Chew, Brookfield : Fan.Mer A Cory, Bristol; E P Wolrott, Farmington ; Siuibb A Tbomron, MoioUunia ; W C Savage, Bloom field: . T" Scule,Xewtoi Falls; Masoo A Co'Usa; J. Waiuri, Girard. and dealers everywhere. Keflne. Meca Oil & fanfield Coal 011 EE SALE to dealers at mannfao torers prices, at the Hardwsre Headquarters, n. 0. WARREN PACKARD. Jan.3,1 LL KINDS OF SCHOOL Books, k Cud is Trumbull Countv on hand at APAiL BOOS STORE. . AVOID PAYING UNREASONABLE . HIGH : PRICE? Clothing, Cloths r J. GOLDSTEIN'S LTimEITO MA3L1L Ehaa opened a Mammoth Stock of EEADY-MADE AND PIECE GOODS ! Consisting of tit THE MOST FASHIONABLE iiND BEST MADE CL0TII11.G ab?ed SnsVlWgoo GOODS WILL BE SOLD ATA SMALL MARGIN OVER COST This is the - LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OFFEEED IN WAJBEENI Come and tee before bairar fndcMwl Kv Attia. va v. .t.e,.i. t . . yoa will also be better suited in Tatyi. aB quality. 6apr61 "-.:. and Cassimeros CAuiaa av WELL KNOWN ' not oojy save money. Bat v r. J- GOLDSTEIN, Van&order't Block. Market Street. Were, fir,:-. ! DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!! PECK & BBOTHEB, No. 9 Market St., TVarren, O. TToald inform tbeir patroni that v v tnev are nrerjariwt roe th. r.ii im, , iom with a large and vtned stock of staple and Fuscy Dry Cooda, Trssasxtincs, and Mil 11 aery vwwaw. renwejex. ai neie n .1 m .n.n. - .MM.Mei a.wonuon ox aii are invited. oepu.vt.X0O4. 10,000 1 ds Standard marks ef Prists, at the lowest market PECK BROTHER. A GOOD assortment of Brown and Bleached Sheetiog and Shirtings, eheaa tor 1 SheetlDg and Shirtings, cheap tot ready pay. PECE A BBOTHEB, SLLKiJ Plain Black, Black Bro cade, Colored Brocade, Plaids, Stripes, etc., a treat variety of stylos, from Fifty Cents to Two uouars per yarn. mat Brio m Ea. 1'ABLE LINENS, Bleached and Brown. Wool Soread.. Toilet Ouilta. V-l eiul -s sneeungs, ana rurow vase Jiuslm, and every, thing in the lute of house furnishing rood. rut,, a iUUXxtS. OIL Shades, Curtain Muslins, Em v j oroiaerea (.unain luaitns. unrtftin riTtnefM etc, in great variety. PECS A BtiOIHEiL SIIAWLSBrocha, Thibet, Silk, Crape and Stella Sbawla, In all colors and qual- ivwe, wiucu we wiu au at prees to suit every eody, fbCa A BKOTilEo. SHOESLadioa and Children's Eal m orals, Gaiurs, Kid. Gcat and Calf Shoes, a arse auu we:i selected UorS. la wn;ell mm era .n. to oifer great iodaoaaanu to purchasers. - k A-n. av onuiuao. ALare Assortment of the best Hamilton, Manchester andPaclfieDaLainea, Ponlins. V'aleneiaa. Xraveline Goods, eet-. at very low figures. r.t.a tx utLVinisL. EMBROIDEHIES Collars, Under aleeves, Edcicgs and Inserting of all kinds lack and while Bilk Laoe. Brussels Edcinn. ect. at low agure. PECK. BXtOIHEK RIBBONS, Flowers, Trimmings ot all kinds. Corsets, gloves. Hosiery, Hair If eta.' Oct-, ia great variety. PECE A BOTUEB. SK1ETS ! SKIP.TS !! New Baitno rals, the best makes of Skeleton, both Tape and Tied, at all price. PECK. A BBOEHEiL C1ARPETS If you want to buy a J good Carpet for the least possible amount of money, come to the Warrea Dry Goods Store, where youiwill find tha best assortment in tone. rMa a cituitii,A. IIOTIIS, Cassimers Testings, 1 1 T 1- T ... r ir 1 -D 1 jwmw,.w no- iw tiiwm mum 1x171 wew aompriaing all tha desirable stylrs that tbe market aBonls. ftt-n. a iSKUTtlava. - March 19. 1S6J. ' Valuable Farm for Sale. THE subscriber oilers for sale his "Home Farm.' in Vienna. S miles from War ren. It contains 300 acres ef land. 150 acre weil improved acd 60 acres woodland heavily Umbered. All pans of it are well watered by never failing springs. There are upon it two good frame dwell ing; bouses, fonr frame barns, beside other out buildings: two good apple orchards, one peach or chard, fuur good well ol excellent water, one large eisteri, and every convenience for s farmer's com fort. The woodland is within eighty rod of a steam saw mill. The larm is so situated tbst it can be divided ii'to two farm, leaving a dwelling, barns, orchard, water and wood for each farm. After a reasonable amount is paid in hand, tbe balance of the purchase money may beiu payments to suit the purchaser. I6aprif . JAMES MACKEY. JO tHASGE OF C031MA5DEBS ! ! THE OLD WAR WORN VETERAN ! STILL IN TIIK SERVICE t AFTER A SEVEBE YEAR'S campaign with the ALLEN MQWLNG MACHINE, I again o&Vr them to the public. Thankful for part fiatronage, I a.k Farmers to buy there Mower or at east to cive them a triaL If any are doubtful as to the merit ot these Machines, I confidently rater thrm to those who tried them, believing they will recommend them to be the best ever made. Of all the Mowers I e'er saw. The Clipper surely suits d beat; It is the lightest, neatest one. I a all the regions, east or w est. It is a jaunty little mower. Aud ot merits, mere s none aas more, Farmera, if you'U only try it. I am sure yoa '11 came and buy it. It elips the hay, it elirs the grain. It slips tii hill-side and the plain ; it clip the grass, where'er it goes. In the meadow, where green it grows. It dips expen it clips the toil. Of weary man who tills tb toil, lt dips the burden, horse bear, Aud spreads the bay, the docks do share. It is a dipper, clipping all. Lodged or ttaautng, snort or tall. It clips around the slumps and trees. And uoes it all, with perfect ease. The Clipper is made almost entirely of Iron aad steel, has two drive wheels, a floating finger bar, and in addition to tbe improvements, peculiarly its own, nearly all tnose belonging to otaer approved patents. Extra and machine will be round at ail times at my Eouse in uustavu. Uaatevu. O. March 3u-U. 8. 6. HALL. XL BMOVAIj X Millinery Store!! M. & H. C. FORMAN WOULD respectfully inform their patrons atd the public generally, that they baveremoved their Millinery More to the Rooms immediately over the Sr Of HCE. Entrance by tne t'sirway on the south side of the buuaing. they w.;i aeep rar sale a tine assortment ot WHITE aTilAW BOX.VETS, BIBB0XS. DARK BttAID B0XSET5 tiLK bonnets, caps, hats, FLO Vt'Erld. BANDBOXES Ac Ac. BLEACHING DONE TO OEDER. Warren. March 3d. 3m. Mahoning Nurseries, jjA At Youngstown, Ohio. The proprietors offer for sale a great variety of iue uiusi apro.eA. amus 01 juiioi ana uiriitv rnw iret ub4 Nursery .voc-c enwraftu among wnieh ere Apple, Pear. Peach, Plum, Cherry, Apricot. Nectarine and Siberian Crab Apple Trees, (.aince. Currant, Gooseberry. Blackberry and KiMi'berry busnes. Horse-chestnut, Mountain-Ash, Magnolia. Ca ts pa. Birches, W Ulows, and many other ornamen tal deciduous Tree. Ornamental Shrub, and Vines. A very choice stuck of Evergreens. Deiaware, Di ana, Coooord, Kebecca, Uaruord Proline Carter, Catawba, Isabella and other ddsirabi grapevine. Our stock is almost entirely of our own railing, young and thrifty, and may be relied upon as true to name and kind. HmtO-i MANNING k BR.ENXER- ?E II AVE SOME CHOICE PLCMES.to trim those hats'with. We have also on band velvet of all colors, vel vet ribbon, embroidery braid. Ac at NBA KING'S. ANTED!! 10,000 BUSHELS CORN 10,000 BUSHELS OATS 10,000 BrSDELS EYE! For which cash, at the highest market price, will be paid at my mill, near the Alb w Depot. Wi 'tr- ren . v. r . uur, Feb 3 lSb4 T3LUE-EYED JENNIE, or the U Household Treasure. This is one of those pleasing song that will win it way to the popular heart. Just received at ADAMS' BOOKaTOait. GREAT Yariety of Trimming iwonjtoUfcu4t KKS.XOta'SlI -a. New York Store. PAIS &WEITZ w ould inform their frieivdj and the puUkgenaraU tbat tkry have receir their ret purchase of SPRING GOODS whiu ia as large aad varied aa th prosctU state 0 the market wiil Justify, aad which with many anied ever firoea last year, when prices ware lew enable them to offer to eaaa or ready pay bay art SUPERIOR QHJCluMNENTS WX 0 FEB IS DRESS GOODS, PLAI5 AND FIGCBED BLACK BLXX. PLAIN AND FIGCBXD FANCY SILKS. BICH PLAIT AND FIGCEED pn.K POPLLSS SAXONY ADMOHAIH DRESS GOODS POPLINS. LARETTA3 AND M0ZAMBIQTJI3. ALPACCA2. DELAXN3. CHALLTS. PLAID3. A Ac Ac Ths present high prices of new silks, aow is the time to secure soma BAKQAINS ia SXtZiaS HTT.TTW, We have had on hand tea time which we will tell at Ua thaa old price. NEW STYLES OF SHAWLS - ding these light, elegant wool ahewt tor Spring and Summer wear. Also. PLAIX 6LLE FRINGED CASHMERE. SILK. BROCHA. ate. -A-IfciO. SHIRTXXGS. BROWN AND BLEACHED. AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATE3. STRIPES. DENIMS AND TICKS, ef whiak the lowest price is high eaouga. BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS of IA. beet make. As asaal w keep ua kaad a fail Meek ef CARPETS. SHADES. PAPER HAS9IN03, BOOT3. SHOES. CLAiSWARB hats. . CAPS, READY MADE CLOTHING GROCERIES. Always ia foil stock, and as sew as the PAlS&WENTZ. April 15.163. STEAM SAW3IILI! LAND FOR SALE Twill sell my STEAM SAW MILL! with Machinery for making Plow Beam, a Lath Machine, 1 Circular Saw. 60 inches in diameter, aad 1 3d inches, both new, about 400 logs, also ia acres of land with new Frame House and Barn, and 104 Fruit Trees, also 2 pairs Horses, t Wagons, Sleds, Chains, and other apparatus for lumbering. The Mill is in Johnston, oa the road from tha Atlantis A r.reat Westers Rail Read. This Mill will be sold separately. If desired, sad ali or any part ot the property will be sold cheep, and on easy terms. For particulars enquire of the subscriber, oa the premise. March 23-6- WILLIAM LEYENl A MAN OF A THOUSAND A COXSITXPTTVE CCTTED. xs. H. jTasnea, a retired physician of great eminence, discovered wail ia the East Indie, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronohitis. . Coughs, Cold aad General Debility. Th remedy wasdiscovered by him when bis only child, adaagn-. ter, was given up to die. His child wa cured, and is now alive aad well. Desirous of benefitting hjs fellow mortals, be will send te those who wish it, th recipe containing full directions for making and successfully using this remedy, free, oa re ceipt ef their names, with two stamp to pay ex pen. There is not a sing ease ei consumption tbat it doe not at once take hold of and diasipata. Night sweat, peevishness, irritation of th nerve, failure of memory, difficult expectoration, sharp pains in tbe lungs, sore throat, chilly sensation, nausea at tb stomach, inaction of tae bowels, wat ting away of th muscles. The writer will please state the name of the ne per they see this advertisement in. Address CKADDOCK. A CO.. No. 225. X. 8100s B St. Philadelphia. Pa. mobS-3m T ADIES WRITING DESES, Md JLi of Rot Wood. Mahogany, er Black WalaaA, Also elegant Work Rose, of all kind at - AilaMD itoua. BxvstA. r TJSIC PORTFOLIOS, For keep. its in aheet music In good ortter at AMS' BOOK STORB. 'VRS T1CXPET OP WIS KOW IS CALLUS. This Is aa elegant song. Just publish d at ADAMS' BOOK blOa. ON ARE DRUMS O Jostree'dat 0etl63 PORTER'S SOOXSYOBX H ALB NETS FOR LAD1E3 end MRS. KINftU Miaseexat Jost before the Battle, Mother,, I the most popular tone af the season. J tretusuppiy. aimieewivM.at A BialstJ lit Inaj ef the Cumberland. XJL A eomplet history of that Army treat, it) trn organiaatioa te the present TONNET and HAT BLOCXS. 3 "VLsalea ' " 'mRAKSS'S