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I!at of AdTCJ-tlfrlug, Twelve lino equs Jo one inch ui space, make be. n are. Iwrj aw f,H 3 ui Org lyr t S jmtre r ,7' j s-15 j j j it 1 y.lO I j" o,00 I $ 8.00 Z tuntua i.irJ I 5.50 1 .) 14.00 0;n:ri- 2 m'j 6.00 I 8.00 t 12.T 18,00 column ) -S.vX) 7.W I 10.00 I 15.00 I 12.00 'ycWuinu 5.511 8.001 10.001 15.00 35.00 Xl iiu.un S.00 I ljAM 15.00 1 25.00 1 40.00 1 70.00 Ad rcrti.oroem not under contract, muet be mark ed the lcai-ta of time doaired, or they will be continued ai.d charred lor until ordered out. especial Notice, and extra displayed AdTerri- In an t &:t nnr Mnt mAtw. Deatb and Marnaroe iiworted gratis but Obituary Xotice. charred hfelf t.ri.-e. Transient Adver-jMraent - be M for invariably in advance. Ytmrtv AdvftrtiMirt wiU h charred extra for In I solution and other 'oties, nt connected with Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, 1,00 a line per yean ech additional line. ,a jenta. JOB PRI.m Having recently made large additions of the latest etvlee of tyr, to our aoitraeul of Job Printing malarial, we are prepared to execute id the best manner, tbe diilerent varieties of Plaiu and Fancy Printing SUCH AS Addreee Cards, Certificates. Label. Business Cards, Cheek Books. Manifests, Bank Checks, Colored Printing. Note. Bilis of Lading. Drafts, Programme. Ball Tickets. Form Books, Receipt-, Blanks, all kinds. Handbills, - show Bill. Tn fact everTthinr done in the shape of Print' in, at prices that cannot fail to emu and with dispatch. We keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Cards and line Stationery, trots whieh those in want of Printing can select. Jaetires and Constables Blank. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Atlantic & Great Western. GOING EAST. Mail leaves 'Warren.... .. A M Tvw Ptupmi Imtm Warren 11:49 A M ew York Express leave Warren llrOS P M HX. ireignt leaves arren. r m UT.w " " Warren 11:55 A V New York Freight 11: P M GOING WEST Day Kxpre-a leave Warren : P M Cleveland Express leave Warren 2:'5 A il Mail lees Warren ? M Kx. Freight leaves Warren A Jl Kew Tor Freight - 0:10 A M THE MAHONING BRANCH. GOING EAST: Fxpress leaves Warren Mail " W arren Freight " Warren.. GOING WEST : Express leave. Warren iiail - '" Warren freight " Warren :10 P M 9: 53 A M .. 12:55 P j . 7:35 A M . 20 P M . 02 P it Town and County. Advance in Terms of the Chronicle. la consequence of the hih prise of tbe labor and material incident to the publication of the Cbros tclx, we are obliged, in order to meet expenses, to adranee the price of the Chsokicxe to Two ol lara per year in advsnc. from mo1 after Jaly lit, 181. Also hare increased oar advertising r&tes a mod erate per cent, to take effect immediately. 10-40. GldSOE Tatler, at tLe First National Bank, wili receive eubscrii'tinn for the 10-40 Govern ment Bonds. tf Eclectic Institute. The commencement of tbe Eclectic Institute at Iliraai, will lake ilce on Thursday, JuuaSkli. The Hespe.-ian An--nivetaaxy on the evening of June 8ih, nd the Delphic Anniversary on the even ing of June 9th. Insurance. Insure your life with Whittlesey Ad ams, the only Agent at Warren, for the old Phonii Life Ins. Co. June 8, 4r Illru Scbool Anniversary. On to-morroiv (Thursday) evening, at "J o'clock, the anniversary exercises ol the Warren High School takes place, at the High School Hall. Dr. Loomis' Lecture. . Do not fail to hear Dr. Loumia' this evening before the Alumni High School. ; ' lecture of the Frost. . On Monday night last thi- region was visited by frost, although heavy for thi time of year, did not do much damnge generally, on account of tu extreme dry neas of the earth and repetition. Western Reserve Seminary, at Farmington, Ohio. This well known, tnd flout isiiing iusii- tution, will cl.i tlie prr--Aiit yf -tr of n'hol as follows- ;, ;. Examination .f Cii.x'-. on WecuieeiJny r -' and Thursday, the 1-jiu and loth itit. On theevenini; f th loth, a ie:ture will be delivered fi-v. J.Trilbv, of Po land. .,.. The regular O'liimenoeiiK'nt ejrercUes r evill be held on Friday, the 17th A. M. t i ' Oa the evening of the same day, (here wH be a mt-eting of tLe Aluinni 'at the institution, who will furnish the public with a literary entertainment. The friends of education, and the public generally, are cordially inviled io attend all these various exercises. C. R. PATTEE, Sec. of Board. Head Quarters Provost .Marshal, ) 19m District or Ohio. . - Warres, JuneSd, J , Sotlee is Lpreby friven, that any person enrolled may R'p':ir lef.-re the Board ol enrollment at my office, in Warren, O.. st Any time untdlhe tenth (10) dsy of June, "18&4, and have his name stricken off the list, if be can show to the satisfaction of the Board that he is not liable to Military duty on account of " " let. Alienage. 2d. Non-residence in this District. 3d. Unsuitableness of age. 4th. Sfanifeet permanent physical dis ability. . ..'Application has been made to hare tbe time for tbee exemptions extended to -July 1st. If granted, notice will be given DARIUS CADWELL. Capt. & Prov. Mar. 19th Dist. Ohio and Prest. Board of Enrollment Freaks of the Draft. County, a company of one Lundred and sixty men who were liable to draft, form- J dan association of mutual protection ngainst the dft. each man paying twen - -tr-five dollars. In the township there . ' cr. c i-ti i t,i were fifty-five men liable todrait, ireo MiiiX. not" belong to this nssociation.'- Of thee littter, eight men were drafted) : .while there was only one man drafted who belonged to the association. This one drafted man therefore had to poj just one dollar and eighty eight cents of ' the three hundred dollars commutation .j .money," which exempts him from the draft. Besides this, in accordance with the rule of the association, he receives one dollar and fifty cents per day while zi'iiaij absent frim home to report him to the Provost ilarshal, and bi ex fcose aie paid by tbe association. j From Gen. Grant's Army. MORE HARD FIGHTING. NEW YORK. June 4th. The Tri' lmoV ppecial dst?d June l.'.t, say Sheridan's cavalry the day previous drove tbe Rebels down Mechanicsviile Pike within five miles of Richmond. Our entire lines were considerably ad vanced, anil the iuipre.-ion prevails that Lee h:ts withdrawn his muin force within the inner defetws of Richmond. His losses the pat two dsys must have boen fcereie; largely in excess of ours. Contrabands report the citizens of Rich mond in great fright. 3 The enemy left nil their dead and wound ed in front of Warren, and the sight was sad and sickening. June 2nd. Yestetdsy the Sixth Corps and Bddy Smith's forces made heavy charge csnying the 1st line of the ene my's works and taking COO or 800 priso-ntr-i. An hour l iter the Rebels made tremen dous assaults and were frightfully slaugh tered. Hancock alo repulsed similar attacks, indicting severe lo. The fighting was most desperate. The enemv' loss must have been 2.000 or 3,000. Ours 400 or 500. Burnside's Corjs showed equnl vulor in repuUingan attack. Washington. Joe 5. To Maj Gtx. Dix: A disp.-itch from O-n Or.int, d-tted 8:30 last night hs hen received. It states that about 7 P. M. je-teiday, Fridiiy, 3d, the enemv eidenly hi(ac!:d Smith's brigade of Gif-b'n's division. The battle tasted with freat fury for half an hour. The a'tjck w.n imniedi:tteiv repulsed. Sir.ii li s loss was incoasiderablo. At 6 P. Mr. Wilson, with his cavalry fell utn the rear of a bricsde of Heath's division. which Lee had drawn around to his left appai en tly with the intention of envi-1 oping Burnside anil j.fter a sharp conflict llson drove them from their rifle pits in confusion. He hid vre iouslv fousthi and routed Gordon's brigade of rebel O-axnlrv. During these liglits he lost several offi cers, among them Col. Preston, 1st Ver mont, Co'ouel Benjamin, severely wound ed. Gen. Stinnsrd. of the 18th corps, was severely wounded, yesterday, Friday. Our entire loss in kiiled and wounded and missing, during the three days oper ations around Cold Harbor, will not ex-1 ceed, accoiding to the last report, 2,5(K). I This morning. Saturday. June 4th, the enemy s left wing in lront of Burnside was found to have been drawn in during the night. Colonel Cesnola in command of 5,000 men arrived here yesterday having march- d from Port Jtoval. Telegraphic communication between Cherrystone and Fort Monroe continues uninterrupted. A dipatch from General Mierman da ted yesterday the 4ih, 8 A. 13 miles west of Marietta, reports that his left is now well around, covering ail roads from the South to the railroad about Ackworth. His cavalrv have been in Ackworth, and occupy in force all the Altoena Pass. Jvo otuer mtlit-try intelligence has been received by the Department. (Signed.) E. M. STAXTON. Secretary of War. NEW YORK, June 5. The Herald's correspondent has details of Saturday's fighting. lie says o'.tr l;ne of Mine extended fully 10 miles in length from northwest to southeast. Hancock's line was on the Jlechanics- ville road in the rifle pits wrested from the enemy two days beiore. The defences were made impregnable to an ordinary assault. Burnside's corps was next on high ground. Warren was thrown a little forward protected by double and triple lines of tbe most formidable field breast works. Wright's corps was marched to the lelt with two divisions of Sheridan's cavalry in the front and on the fl nk. An attempt was made with rebel in fantry early in the day to draw our caval ry Irora Cold Harbor but resulted in their repulse. The enemy s loss jn killed and wound ed was severe. Some 00 to 300 prison ers fell into our hands. The Rebel were reinforced for another attack but Wright coming up enabled us to bol l the place and take more prison ers. Wright followed up his successes and brought on an engagement which lasted till an hour after dark. At that time we bad carried the Rebel lines of ri fle pits, and driven the' enemy to the Chiokahomioy River. The enemy then made furious assaults in the evening up on our right and centre. They marched in three lines upon Warren, determined to force the centre and throw the lines in confu-iou. At tempt after attempt was made and the men rushed to certain destruction. The battle r.tged fully three hours in front of the Corps. Our lses at this point cau only lie a litheof what the en emy surtaiueii. The attack Ujxu Hancock was nearly simultaneous. He not only repulsed the enemy but punh-rd theta back so far that he was drawn into a bad io.!;i.m, and was coineIle.'l to make a hasty retreat, and resume the ground h occupti-d at the outset. The object of Hancock's ad vance however, was apparently a ruse, as he was immediately ordered to abandon his positiou and mot e Jiis Corps from the extreme left. Another correspondent with the 18th corps says of the lighting at ('old Harbor. The enemy were in heavy force be tween Ciild Harbor and Gaines' Mills, stiongly entrenched on the edge of a dense wood. They had riije pits and other works thrown up. At 4:30 the troops were in line of battle and at 2 o'clock skirmishing commeneed. A battery of twenty pounders opened tire on tha rebels and the roar of its guns soon completely strajlowed all sounds from the skirmishing line. At 5:i0 an order was received for both corps, tbe lull and iiu, to i:narge tfte rebel work in our lront. Brooks' division pushed through the woods on their front and poured like a tornado over tbe open held. The rebels opened with grape and canister and a musketry fire, and the first line was bad ly cut up. The second mingled with it and then the third, and almost immedi ately after a wild inspiring cheer rang out alove every sound, as the rebels were driven pell niell from their works and through tbe woods. The rebels were rallied behind their re serves and attempted to iecover their lost position. They rushed forward, but was received with so close ami murderous a fire of artillery and musketry that they broke and tied iu confusion again and again. 1 hey were nll:ei ana returned to the charge, but only returned to be driven back with greater slaughter. T li a e.md M.M.iinilant cava ?V1f) i. ,!, n-A ..h ixh r uvivulUf ,w tuv avvsu aauva sinu Ga. Vol., come into our lines 4t daybreak on the 2nd , 84,11 llieJ were tir r ci'H.'1Dg aaiiil nrv Tint want anw rvtAfA fl it "how j aslhis was the last fight for Richmond and we could tnke it this time. . They re- ported the rebel army each day more and ' , . ,. ? more demoralized with their constant seivite. A Cold harbor di.-pntch of the Herald stHteg that a general attack was ordered along the whole line at II o'clock this morning, resulting in the fiercest fight of the campaign. The left of Hancock's corps, after a desperate tedstance, turned the enemy's right, carrying a portion of their m?.in line and capturing guns, col ors and many prisoners, hut unfortu nately were unable to hold the ground or bring off the guns. The battle still rages with a promise of a bloody day. A Fort Monroe dispatch ol the 3rd to the Herald says a dispatch has been re ceived from Baldy Smith that the rebels attacked iim with three columns, bat were driven off after de-porate fight. Smith is reported to have captured 600 prisoners. Graiit is pushing the enemy at every point. A speoial to the Herald, dated Wash ington, the 4lh, says that General Fre mont has resigned the Major General ship, which has been accepted by th President. FORT MONROE. June 5. A rebel Major came into our lines at Bermuda Hundred yesterday who says that tbe Federal forces are at Secession villa and threatening; Charleston. The commander has telegraped to the r-bel authorities for reinforcements, say ing that unless he receives them immedi ately Charleston is lost. Thefts and House-breaking On Sunday morning the residence of Mr. Thos. ti. Wilson, of this place, was bronen open, while himself and wife were at church, and several of Airs. Wilsons best dresses, amounting iu value to some fifty or sixty dollars, were taken. The entrance was made through the oelUr. The articles have since lieen found in the possession of Mary Pritchard, who is said to be an adept at the business. A warrant has been issued for her arrest On the same day tbe hou-e ol David Stewart, ol Coitsville was entered, while all the family except three small children were away at church, by two iu--n with masks on their faces and dressed in very ragged clothes. The children were Iright ened and ran out of the hoie. The rob beis went through the bouse and cellar, took two cans of preserved fruit, a bsg containing about half a bushel of dried aprle, and fifty-five cents in money, and left without saying a word. Ou Saturday night or Sunday morning an attempt was made to Lreak into the house f Mr. J. S. Edwards cashier of the First National Bank. The burglars probably hearing a noise in the house, and finding tbe inmates awake, desisted and left. This having ocurred on the same night of the attempted robbery of the Bank, it is supposed the burglars were after the keys of the vault and safe. lifv. E. B. Lane, of the Erie Conflu ence, died on Tuesday evening, 10th ult., at his residence in Middlesex, Mercer county. Pa., of typhoid fever. OIVIjY S25 ! FOK A GOOD SJLVEK HUNTING LEVER WATCH! FI LL JKWELEO WAHHANTED S ANI IX GOOD ORDER! AT KI.VC'M Jewell? Store. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY!! AT ITjThere enn be found & large and T T well selected stock of MILLINERY GOODS ! ! The Stock embraces tha most dasirsbl it j-let? f BOKNETS AND HATS. FOR LADIES AXD MISSES, SILKS. RIBBONS LACES, FLOWERS, ORNAMENTS. STRAW TRIMMINGS. A C et 0 & Oi All of which can be found at No. 15. Market ft.. Up Stairs. MRS. M. A. KIK. Warren. May 18. ALL KINDS OF CUSTOilWORK done to order. Bonnets and Matt bleached aud shaped. at AIRS. KINO H. H AIR NETS KOJJ LADIES nd MisM.at MRS. KlUO'?. B ONNETS and HAT BLOCKS. For Sale at MRS. KINO'S WE HAVE SOME CIIOICE PLUMES, tn trim (hose hats with. We have also en hand velvets of all odor, rel vot rihbon. mbrnidery braid. Ac. at MB. KINH'S. THE ONION MOWER ! Maniifactnred by tbe Fnloa Mowloff Ma chine tanpssy, Wo reenter, Mass. HAS BEKN IN USE FOlt THREE snccejwivp harrents. Tbe fiirt few machines were built in 11. without regard to patents, and are still making improvements renrdless of ei pensa in i-;iyia lor patents, Ac. CAYUGA CHIEF MOWEB A5D MOWER and REAPER ! mstTACTrmro bt Nixon & Company, Alliance, 0. Is eonmruried (except the fonrne. evener and neck yoae.) wholly of Iron aud Steel. Circulars fivine a description of the Machines can be had by callice at Power's Provision Store. Warren Ohio. Samples of Machines can be seen at my residence in Howland. ., May 4. 10w J. REE ES, Airt. INSURANCE AGENCY! Office in Webb's Block, over Turner A Pecks Clothint Store, Main Street. Warren Ohio. Arrtfe Fire Iuuranre (Umpany 3few Tork. lOrsanised in 1S63.J Cash Capital JpO On Assetts Jan. 1. "64, exclusive of liabilities &10.&0J 02 Total AssetU $1,085,063 02 Cbrm Ectaft Fir Imurance fMpav. New York. Inoorperated 1S63. Casa Capital js4.'yv)00 StarLrsJ. luo.oiOCiO Aseetta . JJoQMU) Cotiental Firt asamncc Comnnny. O.caniicd 1K53.J Casb Capital . SisrLri Xew York. 4opo.noo oo 8l5s92 Assetta Jan. 1. ieol.- ... $IJ4Sb693 Jfiiaaittna Tir Insurance Companw. Jiew York. ilueorporated itsl.J Casb Capital- fcrcono oo 4.022 -45 SrRPLrs Assetts.. $50i,02245 'Xorii America Fir Innrave Gm, llnoorporated 1823. J Cash Capital SiaPLrs January 1, 1S61.. Kew York. SOO.OOOW) Ansetts $60439 53 Pkenix Firt Jnruranee Com., Brooklyn Now York. Unoorporalsd 1853.J Cash Capital $500.000 00 gl'KPLCsSept.1, I03 .. 222.21920 Aesetts.. 722,219 20 faorter Oak Life Ineuranee Com.. Hartford Conn. Incorporated 1550J Asset's 900.000 The Continental and North American, are partic ipating eoicpanies, whose customers receive three fourths of the nett profits of the business each year without ineurins any liability whatever. ALMUS D. WEBB. Atent. May 11, ly Hjj j i EEEl" HIDES WASTm. VKAL MUNS W.A.Mi'I, SHEEP PFI.T WAXIKi. At IIcConncIl'E- Main fct. D ISIIE in ShiS f:o:n fiv.- to twenty loll."rjstiL-r Cr.OCKEflY STORE. TL Cf. Moi-AIN & 80S, BAHKE113. 7AKKET7,OHIO, flontinue to di.--oupt ;:'"";d pfipor t tnT sntt erVt Tttrri Kt -harce r buy and wl drafts on Kiinr : ba ani s-li rf.ld. silrw. Cacs--! and unourrriit inoaey: atll l h.a tieCen to and tram fcnrnpo; sii raviuiti -tji'-s; niurd j.iwp,'ft an dt-tl in ri-l ota:?. .Marob.V. 14. aTIIOTIIS, Cassiwer? Ve-sUnga Twrnbi. Jmnt, He. IVr Men anJ B-v' woar enmpnsins alt the uesirabic :yir that tn marXM aflords. r;.-a a iiiioiiti-K Starch 19. IsCS. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!! peck & n Li o t 1 1 i : r So. y -Mai k-otSt , Warren, U "'ITT'oiild itit.i hi tl.cir patrons that f f they are inspired ..r tu In: I trade of liti't. wiiu a lane ut vridett, ul S:ail and riey Irjr Ouuifo. 't riiuiutus. unl Miltluvr; 4aHMi, sliuci, iarpris ait Xwiloas. t wiiioti tbe auuiifO ol' aii aia iuvitd. ll lls elatidsird X.VsjUUV. f Priaw.t Ibclow I tn.'irL id', ruurkol PECK UHOTM KK, OIL Shinies, Curtsi:i Miialins, ICiu brr-iilorrj Ciirtiin Mui!i-, Crt:m: rixtnre !, in rrcat variety. I'i;i'a KKOTHhK. DRAWLS- lWU, Tinbei, Siik k3 Crare an ! SIHa S,aK in all eolur' Miidiiunl ilieif, wbich w w;il getl at fr:pfl to intt vArvp-jiiy l-i.(JK .r Ui-,01 lir lt. QiLOiS Ludios and KJ morals. Oiitcrs. Kid. fniat snd t'aU" f hnes, a larreaud writ st-U-,.id iin:k.. in hirh xrc i,re to tier ffrcat indut-tuonl; tn Mwrclia.ac-y. I'FXK AJtimTIirR A Jari't! Asdurlmctit'of the best XjL Hamilton. Jlnhsti-r and Pacific DeLninei, rodin, Vaieucia. Traveiin? tiojtl., r., t vry low osurwt. i'LCK .V HUOl'liER. IMBJIOIUEKI LS Colhus. Undt-r-i slwrcf. Edsitu-i and Inrvrti'iiis f all kinds .. i. i .:. . r . i i. r i: . . ilark and while at low tiurci. iiL LiU:vt Hru'-s'-i fMirinrs. e' t. i tf k A: BKOI HKK RIBBONS', J-'lower.--, Tiiiiitiii.1;is ol all kinds. Cortels. glovrs. Hoiiery. Hair NcU. ecu, in great variety. PECK X. liOTUEK. s KI KTS : .SKI li T.S ! !-.oiv B:.ltn.- rnl. therrl oiak.K of Skeleton, hnth Tone and Tied, at all pri'-e. I'KCK A LROtUER. CAHPETS 1 v.ni want t- buy a Rood Carpet for the leat P"Ssil'!e aicnut'tot money, come to tbe Warren ilry iiot(sStire, where you. will nd the bwt assort m'-nt in tone. l'KCK A UKOTHITK. Farmer3ar)d Horse Breeders LOOK HERE! COME tlii wsv nl 8oe (lit 1 hnr-ou-h BrH WmU (.EXHALs 1TTXA.V. frum the "Boni iMorirai" siock. euai in erv ri pect to tliecpibrateii iicn liolttiiati U-t jastJun?. Aluo the jnstiy relrrttcnl iiore JKHilV AllX- faure then in Ohio. Koir.c::i(j?r it reouires crii and mii!cie to do tal! runnit'c 'r deep piixrin. PIRATE ANI COrXT PIP EH STOCK Yoo will find thin ii ny stab!. t Xwinn YtH, tbrouKh tDo iTi-ent ea.nn. liihjtht b-il when yoa coui lo ? thi-m. iy tnotti it "iiuioe. aiid kfep the ttesr r.r uvtiO." eeiarF'T ! May 11. 6w H. KOJiSIX. Ex ecu to us' Nonci:. The underyicaed hT U-en duty nrimihil And 'ift:iiic i a ex:utn i f :uo ln-t will nd Hmnt m tiie f-tuto ol U iMinia . Oriftlh. in.- t F&riuin?tjti, Truman!. --'inv, (jiil. dCH:-i. ALMiRV iiitH'Ki lH. iiAtXCV tiiill FI J U. fJiaE MORiAX .STALLION OX TIIS T.:,CX! DAVID KILL! Will found the prroiit feaon ;-i tLof table of the pubscnber (2; two luiiw wet: c i:m cvi:t-.i of G'Js- tartiit. Th gubaeribT r'pwtf jlly t?iilit,tst!i parnnn, of ail who ar intoreaif-d in tbo s:oc' emeri-ri1. As 1AYI1 iliLL is well knnwn thiuiifbout tl eoantry, we dveiu it uni:c(c.-.Ty to si i snviMns iurtuer. i. n&i'.UfcK COAL OIL REFINERY. THE UNDERSIGN ED Jl AS J UST finiheJ. a Coal Oil RcSrery in the .ath-t stt part of Warren, tiniahed with a!l the most mntcrn impr'Te!n',uts. end i prepared to f,iruih Bun: Oil, Machinery Oil and li'Molo, of the best quxiity and at the lowei frice. The location of my works are at thejiir.ctir.no: the Atlantic A Great Western and Mahoning Kail wsys, eDabl me to ehip promptly to ail puint. H. A A.'F. Packard. Vounritown, arid Warren Packard, W arren. O. nrc the iixclu.trc .irciits for the sale of aii ihe productions troui THE WARREN OIL WORKS. Ordtrs addrecd t tbem will r"c-ire prmnt at tention. D. C. Ptll VS. May ll.-tf riMIE STATK OF OHIO, TP.UMBCU. COUSIT ss. la the Court of Profcato. Samuel 11. Pew Kuarutnn of Beiiirtig p. Pew, John 0. Ppw, jlurj.ee M. Pew and Cba'a S. Pour. V6fBU Benjatrin F. Pew et a!. Od Saturday the 13;h d.-iv of Jaon, A. l , ou tb prruiWm betretn thbnur.- d" on And thrcf o'clock P of said dny. I wiil otr for fair to the highedt bidJer th undivided one-tenrn part of tha following aNriid I:ind: ituntin Lordi;wn town-hip, iruinbull t'ouniy. Ohi-t, an I kDova lot X. A, in th c-:ilr prinK tr-a,l'. (- ra!lL; Boanaed on lh rt by ioi No. 7. tu west hy lot Xo. . ntirtu-?tf: by it lii.t. mian Sy iht- fon lin. cuulMiiiiiiff one h'.ii,'ird ii.-:t jnr.-. and Sx-lia) ot an frn t Imh.i. S id ,v i.iii,-r of i lit rohate .nrt ff Ti urn'. ail ( outtty. xt,t 6 rhi pronerty t suvl liiiiiitu K., J.hi O., lriv and Cimrl.- . iVt. iuiui.-. iont:: On-h:i" iu lni, (jjian-? in m.e yr Willi ilttt t!. At ;.!;... i . May K-iw MMU.L il. T.W Onardian. JETi IIO.N MkSKLL LAMi HfuTL ntaeP,obatoCo,. Electa Smith and Solon: n Suil;U. AJ xuiTatri id Kaueaj-MuiiU, Uc'd. Delia Smith. Doratha. fciuiili. i'Mref Pmith, Hocta iiiub, Ml.ttj li. 6uitln, dpiiroi.ia 'i'yhuret and Samuel Tychurrt. Tha It-fun.liu will take imtn tbttt the PlaintilTs filed a pttiuD in th Prolate Court, of said Coun ty, on tha id day ot May, 164, wttii.ty forth i that the peronai proiorty of t'ui eura'e i- irittiicivut to pay the doiil? a?ain( said .tnte aiul thut thos:td KanMear SuiiiU, doe'd, seizinl ot tbe tulWwiug de scribed f-rcmiwa io-wti( Snu iie ;o liloomheid Township, Trumbull County, utiio, and n kn"wn by being part of lot No. (J Pixtv according to me survey ut Raid Township hy aeiU . isin. and bounded and df-rihed w loIIiw; BccriiiiiinRev en rods and twenty llirre and one h:tll lnks ie!--en rod aud twenty throe and one h .til link?) north erly ot point where thenort i line of the State road iutereTg the wot line ot' the Township road whirli point i the n.rib-e;.t corner of l id dotd-d by Janien M. Brown and Mary K. lifwn. to O. W. and V. K. How?, Marrh loth. IZH; ihf ne werrly on the north line of taid liowe'n lot eishiy-two (2) feet; thence toutlierly one foot (1 on t;ie west line of paid Howe s lot: thence westerly on the iinerliol deeded by the atr-aid J.imcs 31. and il:iry E. Brown to Thomas Bioan. .March JSrh, A. D. ISiS, eisrhty-throe .bifet; tntuce noxLh?rLv twenty one feet- thence efciterly one hnndred &nJ ixy live 0'") feet to the west line ot the township road; thence southerly nton tiud line ot said ro:ui twenty ('JfJ) feet to the plat-e of beKincine. s-id Kanslear Mnith beinf entitled to a tree pi.r.Aje to the rear ol tbe lot conveyed him nuflicioTiuy wi.ie for a wayon to pa3 to the north side oi said premise?. TiiuiMuJ Kanlear buaith died loavinir the aimve named de fendauti his heir? and that iiieora criiith his widow who is entitled to dower in ai-'i prtniti.. Ar-u pruys that upon the imai hearing oi s:tid petition, taeaid Administrators be authorized to svii tai 1 land lor the payment of debts of said (rsL-itc. Ac. The about suit will be heard on lhe:h it ot Junene.ttat 1 oVlook P. M. Ad inr. of KAXLF.K SMIlil. ilay a3. 4w y llutthius forrut Att3. V-dficE TO ST OCiflloi. iTKJiS. X At a mct':nx of the Directors of :'i Deep Oil Miniri Cotiip-r.y of M te a. i';,in, hf.d May 21st, lV-, Uie fou nb a.-ii-:iicnt tf twenty pvr cent, on each xhareof ihe i'.oct ot'u.d Company i' made and ordered tote pai-i. it'tciif'i-i r. arc hereby rotiUed to rav their ccscusx;u:s to J. C. Cowdry, Treasurer, without delay. J.L. r-lLLSBCPT. May ST., 2 t fectvtary h. O. M. C. ESTATE OF JUDON DAVIS. Xotica i iii hereby given that the undersiKcd ha been thia day duly appuiiued xui nnaliht.-d as AdminiMrator on the eatiitu I Jti.lson Davi. l;tte of Trumbuil County, deeacd. Ail person? know ing theaiielv? indebted to orhnvinjr ciaims noon said estate, will cail upou A. i. V ebo, Ltn . V. nr ren, Ohio, and make payment, he beina; &,a:uorizel to collect said clniuii. and to recctpt i her-for. il . DAVIS, May y-.l'-t poUnd O. ADillMSTKATOK S .NOTICE. The nnderriiie-1 has been duly appointed Administratrix to settle up t':e rtit of Michael W. Rayen. dtccased. CAiiOLIXE HAVEN. Johnston, May 15, 0w E STKAY. a sUCit iue prrnnscfl oi in ?ui-irriDcr,antni iour weeks since, ft Brown Alar phout 19 years oM; ha J a. lump da iit pn5tcrnt and in some si iff in fre ahou.Jer. Anvou rivinir me innriunuoa uf ur MANASaKS REITER, Kay 25, 3w Orangevillo, 0. C?TKAYK1. A Chesnut Snml pony. C years o!d, fiiiall stnr j in the forehead, fctrsved awav from itr tren:ics three miles south of Warren, two weeks auo. The finder wiil be well rewsrded by addressing tliesub- scrioer. cahvuw. kAiUmaLu. -.7, (Pi V ..V. . .. . T . 4 --. i.' j: i r-..i S.j - ' s.n 4 BEING CLOSE AT HAND, WE HAVE TAKEN THE MATTER INTO erions eonridirttti.m, and f;er prunor jcfieciion as to tbe wants of oar numerous customers, hare come to the conclusion thc.i CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, &C, &C. Areainouit thciudispFniableerniiuodiiiej of m.tn. And tn meet this matter of tset caaa, we have pat in store a very LARGF AXD ELEGANT STOCK OF THE ABOVE NAMED GOODS. -Vl:i 'i hatrtns; benn o- n?ht early in the senson f r CASH, we do not hesitate to say that wo can aad Ui" : 'iconiioOQ i::duct-mnt. to purchasers this season. 1: nade contracts f r many of our noods six months since, we have been enabled to store them v uiuru low.'r prices t'nun woa'd otherwise hare been possible. Thus we will be able to offer many of oar k'onds at Tun lewrr i-ricra than tbe same could be BOUGHT AT WEOLSALE IN THE EASTERN MARKETS! Among Ihe numerous Uoi 10 be sold at bargains, are the following: XSaHjQ-TTTIlTTXi MATCHED SXJITJ3 I i;Ln;r riT". riroAXT AssoRTMfTO? iiats atd cap3. 1 75 TRl'XKS ALL KIND-. 1J.1THAVKLI.NO BArtS, 2U.00O OKN 1 LE VKM JIASSAm.IT FAPKCOLLAHs.LA- D'l r A rtK ('.ILLAKS AID CUFFS. Al,FX ADl:i: KID lil.OVKS FUR HKXTfl' I'PKKUSTO' K Fl 'KMIIIM GOODS. SCCK A3 TIES. HANI)K'hKCIIIH"S (iLOVtS. liRACES. WRAPPERS AUD l'U.lWLRS.ir:iiUtJLK6llIKT.S, LIXEX SUIKT3, UOSrERY. Ae, ., Ac. We take i ln-uro in sbowine our rood., and whether wishing to purchase or net, oar customers s oe waited upon with politeness. Our stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Never Was More Complete ! Ar;d f' aarcl that "a hon!- this aids of tho gOu.. wht ;a wita ..ur .-u:.erior wurkinen, we claim house in me buil. Oontlenicn wishing io purcLase a COAT. PAXTS. or VEST pattern, can certainly save money by ex amining our Stock. EVEEY ARTICLE WARRANTED TO BE AS REPRESENTED ! KH.1IDCR OtH .HOTTO, Wairm ., May 4. jra - yt .rTT. t trTTf fp"l LT. X- C Wo r now Opening TBI L1KI.EST ST (I CI OF GOODS I E7EB BROT Ta This MABKBTt Extern Cities, can display a better variety of these to Manufacture Custom Clothing, fully equal to any REED & ADAMS. Tl XaXj'Q OHIO o ft i?5?o i; . M AM FACTrr.En BY ' English. He!m!ck & Dixon ! i Sw I!:S;iatIc!:!ila. Ohio. ifTrrnnlMill s"lme iae above cut rrpr..ts tho Ohio Jlowcr Jcn ior.wliirh i a Etna!!, l!sH,t. two-horfe mowr-r, weiehui? .VjO pounds, htn 3 inch section. qni'-!t motiiin.Tcrylichtiiralt.ro side 'rnft, ro wctfbt outhe horses' uc?ks.-ut? a rnth 4 tcct wMe.isvery simple in its construction, cot likely to tret ont of or.lcr, and is warranted to give saiisf iction or no sale. It awarded the fir? premium orerthe Eack cro Junior at our comity Jair lost fail, and has no superior anywhere. Those of you who irttctd to parchsno a Mower thi? year, will do well to call and examine these before pttrcbasinx any other kind, rnd llio "ooner yon buy tue beit-r. for 1 c.tn only obtain a limited aumbi.aud thoo who pntoff purchasing until they arercntly to use it. wiil he very likely not to pet any of ny kind, it will be i.upasjiblo to mi t lv the demand. I am also ascnt lor fi rout's "Compound Sleel-Tooth Korse-Rako!" aod hare a rampie on hand for exhibition. S.iid Hkc is warraiiien to tto an rirc-,ente-.l, on a lair trial, or no s.-.!e. ALMO.N D. WL'BU. Agent for Trumbull Counly. Warren. 0 March 2 1 vii. NEW BOOKS AT PORTERS'! C0TTOX KINGDOM, A trarellcr's obs-rra-t:on on Cotton and clavery, in tiie American btati-s. .econd edition. I ! F E AX D TI M FS of X ATH A K E A Xfl S D. D. JIISlMK OK ."utlHOUlii. by r-tcvSjj. CLI'JOS C V E. (verr riciting book'. HAYAKDTAYLOKSTRAVKI,!. inst rots I H V ! XHS LI K K OF V A -li I XtJTON in i ro!s. 6t,0 i?K KTCH KS Ci SE h M X . UEXtKAL LLTLEU IS XK' ORLEAXS.in Oerroan and Eniifh. lyel's geology. amkrioax deh::t. rebs-l rhyj1ks axd rhal'fowe?. -a 'clwtion ot'.''or!g and Baila-is ol the soutbrrn t'cot lc. ! Fraa K .Vnoie. LYRItOr LOYALTY. bvF.aO. Kvta. l'i; F.AM LIFEAXDKtYEKlLS-jfsBAni-I.I.oK, by Jk. Marvel. rXfcw'ERB FOR THE PAllLOU AX0 0AV DEN. noWMXG'i RTP L F-OAYs OX IIORTI Cr LTl I! K A X l LAXD-C PES. ;akdfxino. Yoi'AITOX THriTi'RSK. HANNAH TIU K.IUN. iS"jX:S IN LIVE. iil.-SMI.EEU l-SCARK'n. LETT EUS T' THE J'iXESF-. FAT I H tiARTXEYS t'Uli.rllOOD. WHEL'OX'S O'.M VI EXTARY. COUXIIlT LIFE AXD COLXTUV TI1IXK- NOTICE. . STATK OF OHIO TRUMBULL TOUXTY SS. In Court of Common l'ics. Rob.rt Eriij. Juhu 1 Even. ThouaSerrinoa)id Suboiit Sf irine, vcr"us. Eliia A. Eri-n. CH tuena -Mar-li. John ilanh, ch'rinini Weob and I'olly 11. Wtbb. S:iid dffcndantt are herehr notifi'd tbMt the pluinliD ontheiTthday of ily, 14, filed th-ir pethioi in said Court, f Intins that tbey are tenants in common with the dclctoiant:, a bi-irn Kt luw ot John l. Evens late of said cottiity. and joint own ers of the following dc. ribi'd inud; Mtuatein the north-c:u.t quirtr of the t"WB;hip of (rieen, in said C'onnty, bounded as ti.iinws: Korth bv the north lineoi said tutti.giur-. ar d by i-iuis of Thom as frcrruin. e:ut by 1-mis of .Martin Key. nuuu by luuus of CiiBurcf y Clark, and lau da ol'ilyrtlo l'.i.re. west by land of ihouies S-rripe. and by the north and .oulh Lihny. execptins from sid bc-uuoa-rifs two acres land ur ned by said Ro'.rrt. and fii acr of l-.nd -envcytd to said Polly II. as an advancement, auJ roi,taining exclusive of .nid rx ceptior?, one hundred an t tie acre, of lar.d. That said I1oiiy Jl. a iii cl faid .heruiHii. is i'ittit!d to one-sixtn les .$-j0or $ .oO the rslue of 5;id land.. wcoLviyed to In r. that .'aid Citn ca ql d John, are each etttitlcd to OKe-luclliU. baid Juliu toone tnird. and said subu t, wile of 1 houia". to one iiiii part of raid land; and U.it L::i;i A. l" enti tled to dower in all ol the lui.d. The partition prays f.r asjituiiient of dower and partition ac cordingly. SLTLIFF, 1UTTLK A STI LL. June 1. S Atty ha FjJ. JEGAL NOTICE. iron rETiTiost io complete heal comhict. WarroTi liineand C. R. Fowler. Aitimni-trators Ac. ol iiiioons fr'at'kott, deceaioi. verm Freeman Sa.-kctt. Aliei Sacketu P:vid Sackctt. Ju;!iceSai'k;tt.?in!iuon.- sackctl. J Belt -y tack t. Uttldaa tackcii, Ack.-ab S iciictt. CUriiidm Lui-jt.-tr and Clark Chidmcr. In the Court of Probate, within and for the Coun ty f arutubull and Stste of tiuio. The above named defmd.ict. will tukcnoticetli.it the above named pUiiitiiiV hare tnis day tilt J their petition in said Court a inst them, alleging that vn the U;th day of March, 15.2, said rduwivns f-ackett then in full life, but tfiuce deceased, entered into a contract in wriiin with one J;icoH tbalr for'he -lie to hiia of the follonin dcribd real etate: Situare in the tnwnsiiio of Champion. County of Trumbuil. and State of Ohio. l,.in tho north nnrt of lot Xo. li. iii said town-hip, bounded weat, nrth and ea.'t by the line? of aid lut and south by lands defied by Jo.-epli Trumbuil to Kii Iu.-tujan. con fining lit) acres of laad, for the consideration or 'it.yi, that said vendee has paid all of said pui- cna.-e money, except the sum off -it) which bei very willing to ?ev, that tbe above named dofendaatfc are the heirs at law of said decedent. The prayer of said is for authority to mako a deed to said Jacob ShaiVr in behaif of said heirs at law upon payment of the residue of mid purchase monrj-. ic. Said petition will be for heariri on the 2ith day of June, ISol, or a soon thereafter aa leave of lh Court can be obtained. By I". (i. SERVLS, iiiay a, dw Atty lor Ptff. OA A R!MFnoTE. LETTER iCf AXD CAP TAPER. A 'so 5.000 Envel opes. Just received at POUTERS' BnOK STOKE. JuueL-t. IS'-L In our tti ttore, oue Ca. al.to one Ladies Pin. Ta owner can have same by proving pr"prty ,sud paying enarges. UAK Kh.. & ilciiAi. Soot, Shoo and. Leather lator. ilukat StiM(. i ! i i ; ! ; t ) i i 1 I I ! I CROCKERY!'! BOUTON&WEIR. DEALERS IN CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. JIarket Street, Warres, Ohio. TTAVIXG greatly increased our 1 I stork of Goods and baring refitted and re- iuru!uiu our store wo are now prepared to oner SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS to the buyers of roods in this line. OOKIXG GliASSESr Plain "and CCRKERT STORE. C1IIOIUE TKA SETS Plain or Gilt althe CROCKERY STORK. ANDREWS& WEEKS I.NYITE the attention of their cus tomer and tho public generally to their aioca oi It will be fonnd unsurpassed, in all those features wbicb attract the attention of person of good taste, OUR STOCK consist of Teresa Goods, Shawls and Mantillas, Prints, Bleach'd and Brown Shirting, Woolen Goods, ' . Yankee Notions, White Goods, Embroideries, Hosiery and Gloves, Gents Furnishing Goods, &o., Sto-, &c., &c-, &c- W are also agents for the sale of ARMS, BARDWELL, & CO.'S X o o H a. Sf3f. f-t- -Ai i;V; . - 4; These skirts are en mad that the hoop or sprines Mill Xot Bckst Ann in Fbost, like all other styles. They are made of tho best quality of steel and manufactured in such a man ner which makes them as tbey are properly called The Everlasting Sltirt Our name is printed on the band of Try skirt, end we taaraat tmUafactlOH lis ovory Case, TO TUB GENTLEMEN & LADIES I who wish to improve their outward tppearanoe. VIB W VUIU BSJ 1J . lUI V OTB W IAI U ASS TJ1 avu" al ktteulioD to the muiufihctnrv of IADIES' f 10AKS 1XD MEN'S W L4B. Our stock in that line consists In part of Fancy Cassimeres, Broadcloths, Doeskins, Sackings, Ladies' Cloaking, a great variety of XEW AXD ELEGAST TRIMMINGS. Ao., e. All of which will be mad up to order, in the most approved styles and of superior workmanship. AU of which we offer at the lowest market prices, for Ca-U or in exchange for Produce. April il. tH. tf. A GREAT Variety of Trimming Ribbons t. be found at MRi. KINO'S FIFTY BUILD ISO LOTS, For sale, in good localities, in the Village of War ren ran be eouxbt on rood terms. Inquire at Me Concell's SHOE A LEATHER STORE. F AUAl FOR SALE. I will sell the farm on which I reside, one half mile north of the West Corners. Farmington, Trum buil County, Ohio. Contains about 73 acre. Terms as agreed; enquire of the subscriber on tbe premises. - ISAAC GRIf FIN. May 4.-tf TT7-ASU TUBS, WASH BOA RDS I T Clothe Pins, Clothes Line. Brooms Ao at the CROCK EKV STORK. Warren Ohio. May 8. 18G3. PUBLIC SALE. Will be offered at Public Sale at the residence of Mr. Julia E. Peck, near tho Trumbull County Fair Grounds, on Saturday, Juno 11th, 1864, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. the following described personal rroperty. to-wit; One Cow, ocs yearling Colt, Farming Utensils. Household Furniture, Cook St ve. and various other articles, June l.-2w Mr. J. E. PECK. TEW PIIOTOGliAPU ALBUMS! Jott received at PORTERS' BOOK STORE. FARMERS. LOOK HERE P X3TJ33IJ"ua. VISTA. T WILL P.. Y A FAIR PRICE FOR I. Mules fonr months old. and furnish the Jack, which is j years old. vary large and known to be lure. Th Jack will be at my farm in Batetta, all th teasoD. . x-litil iitWlS. iiv 4,-ia 4 1 a z i AVOID PAYING -UNREASOXABLE HIGH PRICES Clothing, Cloths BT J. GOLDSTEIN'S WELL KNOWN LTJfflra MAILI Ehua opooed a llammoth Stock of EBADY-MADE AND PIECE GOODS ConaUting of til THE MOST FASHIONABLE AND BEST MADE CLOTHING Hil Cloth ft n tart man Sai da mrt n i in tTtsi Mttitwff 7ifukfi vMr atnriM an it vtMiVv Vast am ftbiol him to has bu goodj caoAcr thui oompoutor. and lb GOODS WILL BE SOLD ATA SMALL MARGIN OVER COST Till it the LARGEST ASD BEST SELECTED STOCK OFFERED IN WARREN I CoiCO and be for belnr InHnrtMl V aiIim . lnt .i.al. T- t vH - - .vv( ouAkwu ill iwu ! 4UaVAilJf . 6apt44 and Cassimere CALUSO AT J. GOLDSTEIN, VacGorder's Block. Magkat S tract. Wan so. Ohic. U. S. 1040 Bonds. These Bonds ar issue! under th Act of Consres of March t, 196. whieb provides that all Bonds Issued under tha Act shaUb EXbMPI FROM TAXATIOJf by or under nuy state or manicipal authority. Subscriptions to thes Bonds ar rc oeiv4 in United States notes or notes of Nat onal Banks. Thy arwTO BE RiDUEjlU) IS COEI. at th pleasure of the Uuvarntnent, at any period ao In than ten nor more f iaorfv yrar from their date, and antil their redemption FIVE PER CEST INTEREST WILL BR PAI" IS COIN, on Bond of notovsr onehundrod dollar annually and on all other Bond semi-annually. The interest is payable on th first day of March and September in each year. Subscriber will receive either Registered or Coupon Bonds, as they may prefer. Reentered Bond ar recorded oa tbs book, of theTJ. S. Treas urer, and can b transferred only on the owner's order. Coupon Bonds are payable to boarer, and ar more convenient for commercial uses. Subscribers to thi loan will have the option of having their Eondj draw interest from March let, by paying th accrued intret in coin or in Uni ted 8tates note, or th note of National Banks, adding fifty per cent for premium.) or receive than drawing interest from the data of Subscription and deposit At these Bonds ar Exempt from Municipal or State Taxation, their value is increased from on. tn t n per annum, according to th rate of tax leviee in various part ot tn country. At th present rat ot premium on gn!d they paw OTcr Eight Ter Cent Interest - In currency, and ar of equal convenience a a per manent or temporary investment. It is believed that ducemeots to lender a the various descriptions of u.a. Bond, in all other form of icdebtedne th faith or ability of private parties or stock com panics or separate communities only is pledged for payment, wbil for tho debt of th United State th whole property of th country is holden to se eur th payment of both principal and interest in coin. These Bond may bo subscribed for tn mm. from $30 up to any magnitude; on th same term, and ar thu made equally available to th smallest lender and th largest capitalist. They can be con verted into money at any moment, and t'ae holder ui nave u Denent of the interest. It may be useful ta state in iM. .v.. - wuuwuou ti;ai the total Funded Debt of th rn; which interest u payable In gold, on th 3d day of Jiarcn.jatH.wMS,o3.wo.0M). The interest on this debt for tho coming fiscal jeer will be $45,337,126. while th customs revenue ia gold for the current fiscal year, ending 'Jun SOth. IS01. has been so far at tho rats of over $1QC.C00,GCD per annum. It will bo seen that oran tlm .m . enue of th Government are largely is exeess of tn want ot tue treasury for the nni nr.ni.4 interest, while the recent increase of the taril will doubtless raise th annual receipt from custom oa th urn amount of importations, to 5130.000.000 per annum. . . Instructions to th ITational Bn!tjating as loan agent wire not isanedfrom tn. rnitl Rt.. Tao ury until March 26. but in th first three week of April ma subscription averaged more than TEN MILLIONS A WEEK. Subscriptions will be reeeived by th First National Bank of Cincinnati, 0. Third National Bank of Cincinnati. 0. Fourth National Bank of Cincinnati, 0. -First National Bank of Cleveland. O. Second National Bank of Cleveland. 0. AXD BY ALL AATIOXAL BASES which are depositaries of Pnblic money, and all RESPECTABLE BANKS AXTl RA'CtTFPa throughout th country, (actiug a ejects of th Kational Depositary Back,) will furnisa further Information oo application and arruiB itui r.uuil ro VSCXBIS9. May U. Im rpHE STATE OF OHIO 4- t ' , TRCMbl LL COUNTS' E3. , In tbe Court of Common Piea. Joan .Cottam I vs Harriet L.CotUm.J Th Detendant Harriot L. Cottam a nan.retrident r.f th Stale of Ohio, and residing in tha state o Illinois or Iowa, is nereby notified trnit on the 7 til day of May. 1S64, the said John V". Cottam. t ied bis petition in the Court of Common Pleas, of Iruui onll County, Ohio, prayinir lor a dissolution of tiie marriaz contract now ezuti g between said plain tiff and detendant. and a-king for tna cusCxiy of Lirsie J. Cottsm. agni 6 ycari; and PermeliA M. Cottam. seed abjut four years, rd for cue ai lece. willful abeeor-e on the part of delei,dnt f r more than three years la--l pa.t. and gr nexleot of duty, and for ether rclirt. Ihe defendant may answer said e:itiun cu or before tiie lita day of June, IfH. or tt rraycr thcrc-t may te uraoted. ''HX V. C"1HM. Mayll.-dw By Cutlifi Tuttle A Stall hi At y rpHE STATE OF OHIO, JL TRCHBULL COUNTY S3. In the Court cf Comaoa Plea. Eliia Brown ) vs V Petition for TJivnre. Daniel H. B-own. ) The Defendant will take notice that the Plaintiff filed her petition in th Clerk's 'ice, said court on th 21th dav of March. A. D 1SR4. uiiut tiie saiii Daniel II. flrwu. Setting forth that on or about the Stb day of April, 1865, tbe was Iritally married to tbe said Daniel H. Btowd, that she has born to said defendant as issuo cf raid marriage, a ecu named Charles Brown, ftnod about tire cars, who U now with her, that for more than three years past bo fore tbe filing of her petition, t1 said de'eudant Daniel U. Brown, has b"eu it uil'y of habitual drunk enees, and during all ttattiuie has been more or less under th UiCuenec o: liuuer, and has been barsh. abusive aud fieq','n:!y guiliy of eMrem cruelty, by beating and S'nkiug the plaintiff, the therefore prays that defendant m.y be retrained from in any u.nner interteriug with said child, and d Don final hearing she m.y be dit.rced -front naid defendant, an i discharged from all ob igatioos and liabilities growing out or ahio usmft. contract, and tbat th exclusive cucUaiv ot i,i cui'd be da- creed to her o. ELIZA BHtAtN. May 11. w . Uy itutchiu i k jrrat her At'ty. TIIE STATE OF OHIO TRUMBULL COUNTT. 1 n tne uotin or vommon l'leae. Mary Jtobisson vs Petition tor DiTerc. William Robinson. Tha Defendant will tnke notice that the Plaintiff Mary Robinson, filed her wtion in te Cterk V 6t fice. ot said county. against toe suid William Rob inson th detendant. oa 'he lot b day of April, A. D. 164, setting tor'.h that she Wa legally warned to the defendant ou or about tbe h day of Decem ber. 1VU, and tbat tbey lived together as husoand and wife, uatil Augut. 12. at which time she re lused longer to live with hint, brcaste be wa eruel and abiuivo to her. and frequently struck and ; ...1 I... n,i nn . , . nr a . u - l. . came enraged without auy prorocatioa and seised a stick or club and violeaiiy struok and. much injured her, and gave her aever.il wuund, and tbat for more than three years last pas; said defendant has wholly refused and neglected to make any provis ion for her support, and she was oompelied to sup port herself. She tberetar wave tbat on final bear ing that sbe inay be divorced Irons twid detendant and discharged from any and all obligation (row ing out of said marriage contract. Ac. t Art i tljBliMJ. . May II. 6 w By Ilntcbin A Forrist, her Atty SILKS Plain Black, Black Bro cade. Colored Brocade. Piaids. Striped, etc., a Kiat variety of style, from Fifty Cents to Two liar per yard. PECK A BKuTUER. TABLE LINEJSS, Bleached and Brown. Wool Poread.. Toilet Quilt. 7-J and 8-t Sheetings, and Pillow Case Muslin, and vry- ining m tue line oi nvuae lurniuuia i'"a- THE STATE OF OHIO, TRUMBULL COUNTT. George M. Tuttle. In District Court. va, I Seymour A. Potter. J In Error. The said Seymour A. Potter is notified that the said Suttiff A Tuilie have filed io said Dutriot Court their petition in error to reverse a judgment of the lourt oi vommon rtciu, tor said County, rendered at th Juaetarm. tuereof. iutbeyenroi ltwl, in favor of the defendant io error against the plaintiffs in error, an action, or suit wherein the plaintiffs in error were plaintiffs, and the defendant in error waj defendant, and adjudging dofendaot to go tanc without aei&y, and to recover his costa K.id will b. for lri.1 nrrii. rtAv r.f In, Urm. ca said Court.. . . ' EUILLFi' i Itlliii. New York StoreJ fasks swim rrronlj inform their friends and T T th public gnraUy that they Lav recerv their first pur oh ace of SPREVG GOODS which ia a largo and varied aa the present (tat of the market will justify, and wkieb with many carried over from last year, when price war low nabi th to offer ta sash or ready pay buyers SUPERIOR LNUCEHTNENTS WE OFER IN DRESS GOODS, PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK SILK. PLAIN AND FIGURED FANCY SILKS. RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED SILK POPLINS SAXONY AND MOHAIR DRESS GO0D3 POPLINS, LARETTA3 AND MOZAMBIQUE ALPACCAS. DELAIN3. CHALLTS. PLAIDS, Ac, Ac Ac The present high prices of new silks, now Is tha tim to secure some BARGAINS In . XJXl-lE fist STTsTCa, W bar had on hand soma tim which we wHI sell at less than old price. NEW STYLES OF SHAWLS ding tho light, elegant wool shawls ft ' Spring and Summer wear. Also, PLAIN SILK FRINGED CASHMERE. SILK. BROCHA. c JLXJSO. SHIRTINGS, BROWN AND BLEACHED. AT THE LOWEST MARXET RATES. . STRIPES. DENIMS AND TICKS, uf whleli ti. lowest pric ia high enough. : BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS ef th bM , mak. A usual w keep oa hand a full stock af CARPETS. HADES. PAPER HASSINaa. BOOTS. SH0E5. GLASS 'TARS HATS. CAPS. READT MADSCLOTHLNO GROCERIES. Always In full stock, and a Io. mm th lowest. PARKS &WENTZ. April 15, 1B63. A HAN OF A THOUS A ND A t OXSTJIPTlTE CrBED. Pr- H. Jansea, a retired physician of great eminence, discovered while in th East Indie, a eerta.n enr for Consumption, Atftho,, BroDohitls. Couirh. Colds and General Debility. The remedy wasdisouvered by him when his on, y child, adaugb ter. wa given up to die. Hi ohiid wa cured, and is now alive and well Doe irons of benefitting hi fellow mortals, h will send to thos who wish it. tbe recipe containing foil directions for making and successfully using thi remedy. fre, on re ceipt uf their names, with two stamps to psy ex penses. There is not a single cane o' consumption that it doeei not at one take bold of and diipate. Nightsweats, pceviibnrstt irritation of tbe nervee. failure of memory, difficult expectora'ion, sharp pains in tbe Jungs, sore throat, ehilly sensation, nausea at toe ptomacu, inaction ol the bowels, waa unj awav of tb e m uscloe. The writer will please state 'he name of th pa per they see thu advertisement in. Addrera CKADDOCK CO.. No. !Z. N. Stcoso bt, Philadelphia, Pa. meh23-2m 0 CHAXGE OF tOMJIAADERS! ! TEE OLD WAR WORN VETERAN" ! STILL IMHfERVICEl AFTEK A fcEVEKE YEAR'S campaign with tbe ALLEN MOWING MACHINE, I again off-r them t tbepublie Tbankfal for pwxt oatrouage. I ak Faru.er. to buy tbtse Movers or at lease to inve ihesa a trial If auv aredoebttul as to the merit, ol tbM Machines. I Ciitbuenli leter tbem to those wbo trird them, believing they will recommend tbem to be the best ever mada. Of all tb Mowers I e'er saw. ' Th iipner surely rails iue beat: , It is the light.!, neotest one. ' In all th regions, east or west. It is a jaunty little mower. And of merits, there's none ha mora. - Farmers. If yon'tl only try it. I am sure you'll eom ad buy it. It clip the bay. it elir tbe grain. It clip the hill side and the plain; It clips tn rrad, where'er il ges. In th meadow, where green it growa. It clips eipen. itclipe the toil. Of weary man who till tbe soil. It elips the burden, borsee bear. And spreads th hay, lc dock do share. It is a clipper, clipping all. Lodged or standing, short or tall. It elips around the stumps and tree. And does it all. with periect ease. Th Clipper is mad almost entirety of iron and steel, has two drive wheels, a floating finger bar, and in additioa- to laa isapvovemenlA, peculiarly it own. nearly all those belonging to other approved patent. Jbxtra and mackme will be found at all lime at my honse in Custavu. Gustavus, 0. March ao-tfi S. 6. HALL. Millinery Store!! M. & M. C. FORM AN ' ' WOULD rerpectfully inform tbeir patrons and the public generally, that they ha removed tbeir Millinery Store ro we Boom immediately over the POT OU It E Entranc oy tbe stairway on the south side of the building. They will keep fr ?:ile a tine assortment of WlinKSTHAW JHOiMiTS. RIBBONS. DARK BRAID B0NNET3 --it 61LK BONN KIS. CAPS, HATS, - " FLOWfiKi. BANDBOXES Ac. iis BTjEACHIN 3 IO OBD3 Wsjrn,Marh 30,-e. l t jsh