Newspaper Page Text
Western Reserve Chronicle.
RK ef AdvertUlug, - Iwihi Unas equal to oue inch iu space make bquere. lw 8w 6w Sm I jm I yr Hanaro $ .75 I Ou I a.oii 1 5.UU I 9.00 8 Squares 1.50 I 2.U0 I 4 I 5.51' H.uu I 1-LOn 1 Squares 2.00 1 3.25 1 6.0H 8,'H 'St' oolamn 8.001 5.001 7, I lC.tW I 15.0U 2i.Ul' j column 5) 8.00 1 l'UO I l-V'T I .( column 8,00 I liOu I ld.tO I 25.0" 40.0J I Tii.uO AdTtrtiiftmniti not under contract, muet be mark ed the leojrth of time desired, or they will be continued and charged tor until ordered uu Speeial Notices, and extra displayed Advertise rastiti Ml mw rent more. Deatba and Marriage inserted gratis but Obituary a otiose charged halt price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. , Y Alvrtire will be rfcanrel extra for I'ts solution and other Notices, net connected with ...... mm. knainMi Business Cards, not exceedine 3 lines. $1.00 a line par year; each additional line. i jents. JOB P R 1 Jf T I X J Having recently made large aadittor.s of the latest stvlea ef type, to our assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, tne amereiu jintim oi mm and f ancy rnuuni SUCH AS Address Cards, CertinVates, Labels Business Card. Check Books, Manifests. Bank Checks, Colored Priming, Notes, Bills of Lading. Drafts, ProsTsaimes, Ball Tickets, Form Books, Receipts, Blanks, all kinds. Uandbills. Show Bills. In fWit AVMpvfhinr done in tbe haie of Print in At t.rift tl.at cannot fail to suit. iud With dispatch. We keep constantly on band a Mood assortment of Cards and Fine Siationery. from which those in want of Printing can select. Jnatloe' itnd Constable' Blanks RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Atlantic & Great Western GOING EAST li ail leaves Warren '. ... IMu A M .11:43 A M ...IMPM . v:46 P M 11-4.5 A M .11: It P. M av ExDress leaves IVarren C Vn.V Wnrsca Ibarra IVirun Ex. freight leaves arren Way " Warren 3tw York Freight GOING WEST Day Express leaves Warren Cleveland Express leaves Warren Mail leaves arren Ex. Freight leaves Warren Way ' - Warren ... Nw York Freight .. 4:25 P M .. 4 t A M .. 1:37 P M .. 6:12 A M . 4 05 P M .10:00 AM THE MAHONING BRANCH. GOING EAST: Express leaves Warren... . 7:J$ ? M Mail " Warren. fcW A M Freight " Warren. P M GOING WEST : Ei press leave Warren Hail " Warren. .... Freight " 'Warren..- 7:25 A M 2:25 P M 1:50 P M Local Xotices. AdraHce In tbe Term, or the Chronicle. In consequence of the high price of the labor and material incident tithe publication of the Chbox acLt. w are obliged, in order te meet expenses, to -advance the prioe of the Cbho.vicli to Two IoI Hmru r year 1st advance, from and after Jmlj lot, 1864. Also hare increased our advertising rates a mod- per cent, to take effect immediately. 10-40. Matthew Tatle, at the First National Bank, will receive subscriptions fur tbe "10-40 Government Bonds. tf Akron Water Lime. Calcined, and Sand Plastei at Uoyt & Stratton, No. 5. Main St. July 7, 4 w. : New on mm. Flax seed wanted at our Xev Brick Oil Mill, corner of Main and Canal St.. ; near the canal bridge, west of Tayler's warehouse. We will pay the highest niar i ket price for good Flax &ed, in any quan Jlity. Farmers, bring on -your seed and iwe will be readv with "Greenbacks." DAWSON HOYT & CO. JUuly 27, 1804. 3m. Borrowed nooks. The undersigned would request those who lave books borrowed of Turn," lo takeo early opportunity of returning ,them. W. HOYT. .Aug., 10, 3w Just Received. .A oplendid lot of heavy goods for the TiS ixade iu suits worth froui-S12. to v0 eatl aA Turner k Peck's Clothing House, Main Street. Town and County. Large Colt. We are informed that, n oolt fiftet-n months old, belonging to L. Sheldtui E. of Vernon, weighs 900 pounds. Fatal Accident. Mr. Charles Pendleton a break turn on Uhe A. 4 G. W. E." R. was f.iialiy injured .at XeavitUburg, on Tuesday of last week, while engaged in coupling some cars to gether. Mr. Pendleton wss a resident of .Franklin Mills, and ivas Rtxmt 17 years old-. Ladies National Covenant. Eds Ccro!.iclk The ladies of South mgton have dune themselves credit in -collecting ninety-six eignatureg to the La dies Natiouul Covoant: the names are appended to a pledge of their own choos ing, and the nuihLtr k forwarded to Washington to swell the list which is being made out lUexe. The badge in the form of a bee, can be obtained iu X;w Tork, 208 Broadway, price $1, or $0 per dozen. It can also be had in Warren in 'a very short time. An Interest in the War. Mrs. Sarah Robinson of Rowland has just learned the fate of her eon W. R. Hull. He was killed at the battle of Gettysburg on the 3d of July, 1863, aged 23 years.. Another son Jasper N. Hull -died at Hilton Head.S. C. Sept. 30th, 13G3. -'Another sou is in the Cth Ohio Cavalry - and has re-enlisted for three years. Be sides these, she has two step sons in the 14 th Pennsylvania Inf., one son-in-law in - the 6th Michigan Inf., and fourteen neph- tewsin other regiments. A Man Shot. 1 On last Tuesday night, some young men i and boys gathered together about the - house of Mr. Allen Clark of Eraceville, v whose daughter had just been married, with the. intention of annoying and in sulting the family by a chavivairor "bell iing" as it is called. Mr. Clark expostu lated with them, and warned them to de '.aist, but they presisted in the attempt., when he brought out a loaded shot gun, ifired it, and the charge of shot entered tbe head of Mr. Henry Miller, killing 3iim instantly. Mr. Miller leaves a wife and children. Clark is an elderly man, and has always heretofore been a very quiet, peacablecit isen. The practice of belling newly married people is a nuisance, and one which should be abated by law, and no man who has ny respect for himself will be engaged in it, but it will not justify hojiicide. t ..The affray is a sad one, being misery 'and pain to two families and sorrow to the friends of both. Homicides. Whether it is one of the results of war that men delight tocair deadly weapons, become familiarized with thoughts of blood, and are led to value life lightly, or whether civilization is really going back Ward, and the dark ages are returning upon us, is dfficult to decide, but that affrays in which deadly weapons are used, and often with fatal effect, are beoom ing aliirtuinglv frequent, is a melancholy truth. Scarcely a newspaper can be found which does not contain an aocount of some bloody collision between men in which oue or both parties use weapons, and Btrike at the lives of their opponents. Tlii- is the case all over the free states which were formerly so free from such crimes, and especially is it true of the western states. Iu this vioinity, more homicides have beeu committed within the litht few months than ever were in any ten years before, since the settlement of the country Let us recall then. Edward Brush, of Pittsburg, shot Michael Fee, at the Ma honing R. R. Station, in this town. Bru-di was held to buil in a large sum and forfeited the bund. A young man some 17 or IS years old, killed an old man (naiiies forgotten,) at Ohlion. The mur derer fiVd and wis not arrested. A short titni-since Fr.ink O. Rohbius shot James Ward, at Kile:), and this week we publish another, th shooting of Henry Miller, by Allen Clark in Braceville. These s id instances of the eftect of un governable pas-ions should arouse the attention of all, to (he danger of carry ing deadly weapons. The men, who committed these crimes were not worse than ordinary men, but thev had iu their hands the means to take huiu.tn life, just at the moment when their worst passion were aroused, when the reason of the man had yielded to the fierce auger of the animal. Mr. Brush was a very young man only some 18 or 20 years old, generous, and full of kindly impulses, but when excited by drink, and quarrying, he took the life of a fellow man, made a wife a widow, children fatherless.plunged his owo, high ly respe.-.table family in deepest distress, and carries in his heart until the hour of his own death, remorse and fear. The young man at Oh 1 ton was said to be a wild youth, and inclined to indo lence, but not worse than thousands of his own age, but he has gone forth with the mark of Cain upon his brow. The momentary pressure of his finger upon the trigger of his gun, placed it there, to burn for ever. Of Robbins and Clark, we will only say, ( as they have not as yet undergone legal examination, ) that both are of most re spectable and peaceable families, one a young, generous, kind hearted but pas sionate man, and the other one of tbe most quiet peacable, middle aged men in the country. Had they been unarmed at the times of their fatal affrays, their victims would have been alive, to day, themselves free men, and their families and friends would not have been sorrow stricken. MARRIAGES. In this village, on the 10th inst, by Rev. E. A Johnton. Capt. COREEL SMITH of th 19th 0. V. L. and Miss JENNIE FITCH of Warrtn. In W.rren.on the 11th inst, by Rev.E.T.Bron Mr. HEXilY A. WEIR, and Mifs BUSUS HOFFMAN. DEATHS. At Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 18, CHARLES PER KINS, ron of Mr. Jrseph Perkins, formerly of Warren. When tbe hundred day men war called oat young Perkins voluntarily enlisted in the 130th. and served with that regiment daring th hundred days service. He was taken siok only a short time since, and arrived at home on Monday very low with typhoid fever. At Washington. Aug. 14th, HENRT C. KINO, of the Kith Regiment, 0. N. G., son of the late Hnry W. King, formerly of Warren. Young King died of tyrboid fever contracted in the army. He volunteered when the 100 day men were call ed out. and was not 21 years of age at his death. His remains were brought to W arren on last Fri day, and interred in tbeuiew Cemetry, iu th fami ly grounds. 0,i th 21 inst. at th residene of D. Holeomb in West Greenville, Penn ADDA. Infant Daughter of Reuben und Rhoda Suonsler, aged 4 weeks and 1 day. Litbtly fold tbe little hands O'er the heart forever stilled; Gently close tbe loving eyes Never yet with languish filled; 6mly speak, and softly tread, . r or oar darling one lie dead. Ttisi the brow is marble cold. Hushed tbe musie of her voice, Baautiful in life she seemed. Lovely, Oh 1 thrice lovely, now! Can it be that death so soon Called away our darlins on t ADDA. In Bowliug Green Ky., July Kkh 164. of typhoid fever. CALVIN A. WATERMAN, aged 23 years 11 months and 3 weeks. He was a soldier of th 3d 0. V. H, A, of Co. O. He enlisted June 2uth, IMi. Farewell dear Calvin we mourn thy loss, Thongh we know this world is nought but dross; We tmst thou hast found a home sablim. Though thy eye were closed in a southern aUm. Ohl would we have seen thy face again, Tet oar loss is bat thy greatest gain; W trust flod heard thy dying prayer, Taough great thy suffering! surely war. Then why should we mourn, griev or weep, Eince God his promises, always keep. Or, may it be ours to join the eboir, In heaven so sweet to part no more. R. A. W. Arms sent to Indiana Copperheads. INDIANAPOLIS, Aug, 21. Some days ago Gov. Morton received a letter from the East, slating that a large quati tity of arms was being shipped to dis loyal parties in Indiana. On the 17th instant, four boxes were re ceived, addressed to J. J. Parsons, of the firm of H. 'Dodd 4 Co., printers, of this city. Last night twenty-two more boxes, bearing the same addiess, were received and d rayed te Dodd's office. The military authorities immediately placed a guard around the building and took possession of the boxes. On examination the boxes were found to contain revolvers of tbe best quality and fixed ammunition. J. J. Parsons and Charles P. Hutchins, Dodd's partners, and Wm. Harrison, Grand Secretary of the Sons of Liberty, were arrested and placed under guard at the Soldier's Home. The two former were released on tak ing the oath of allegiance, this evening. A bock containing the list of the "Sons of Liberty," was found in Dod's safe, in cluding the Secretary and Auditor of State, the Attorney-General, and J. J. Bingham, editor of the names of 400 reb el prisoners. As third degree member, H. H. Dodd is Grand Commander of the Order of Sons of Liberty in Indiana, The coal miners embloyed in the vari ous banks about Pittsburg are on anoth er strike. Not content with five cents a bushel, which is equivalent to five dollars per day, the miners now demand seven cents. A number of the Pittsburgh iron manufacturers have closed their mills, par tially on account of the strike, but chiefly in order to make up their annual settle ments. David Grant, of Washington, Sandus ky county, an old citizen, deliberately shot bis wife dead with a pistol on Wed nesday last. Grant is in ja,l at Jrttnont. Condition of the South. NEW YORK, Aug. 20. The Times has along letter from Brig adier General Seymour, lately a prisoner at the South, upon the present aspect of affairs in tbe South, based upon his form er knowledge of affair in that section, and his recent observations. He states that the rebel cause is fast failing from exhaustion, and that all we need is men to sire crushing preponder- i ance to our armies. Tens of thousands of lives are lost because our array ot strength is disproportionately less than that against which we are battling. Everywhere we meet on nearly equal terms, where we might well have four to one. tne cost to us of blood and treas ure of a long war can scarcely be fore seen. The economy of such an effort as the glorious North should put forth would be infinite. The South will fight as long as the straggle is equal; it will submit to such preponderance as we should show in the field. Purpose of Butler's Caual. A correspondent writing from Bermu da Hundreds, and speaking ot Uutler s canal, says-. The successful construction of the c nal, of which there can be no doubt, will. it is alleged, enable our gunboats to wholly overcome tbe formidable obstruct ions in the James River, and possibly ultimately be the means of their eneati ing Fort Darling and other rebel strongly fortified places adjacent to Richmond, and, perhaps, before the end comes, op erate largely in tne reduction of the reb el capital itself. These are glowing antic ipations; but nevertheless thev are capa ble of realisation by patient and indul gent waiting for. Any one of these re sults, added to the necessity imposed up on the enemy of lengthening his line of defence a distance of lour miles, requir ing several thousand of men to man tho prolongation of their lines, will certainly be regarded as adequate compensation for the time, labor and men bestowed up on the accomplishment of the undertaking- The negroes, who are largely engaged upon the work of constructing the canal, behaved well under the continious and galling fire of the day, never for an in stant flinching, but standing to their work manfully and creditably. This fact was a source of favorable comment dur ing the day, and I am glad to be able to record it. Senator Wilson's Denial. BOSTON. Aug. 20. Senator Wilson publishes a note deny ing all the reports to the effect that he is mixed up with any proposition for an arm istice with the rebels. He says no puplic man connected with the administration is in favor of an armistice. I personally know that President Lincoln and all the members of his Cabinet have undoubted faith in the success of our armies, and the complete triumph of our cause, and with this belief they will punue the most rigorous measures to raise money and men to carry on the war. Tbe statement that Secretary Fessen den intends resigning is without found ation. A senator from' Maine is to be chosen next winter, and it is understood that he prefers, as to the people o Maine, that he should be elec ted anoth er term. The 'peace sneaks' were holding a con vention at Syracuse yesterday. Like Sa tan in the Book of Job, Yallandigham 'came also.' They seem to be in some confusion about the Chicago Convention. A proposition was made to make it over to the McClellanites, and go in only as advisories. This forebodes mischief of the " harmonious Democracy!" It is stated that in the first- two year of the preaent war 28,000 walnut trees were felled to supply a single - European manufactory of gun-stocks for the Amer ican market. There is an excess of females over males in five States in the Union. Connecticut has 8,000, Massachusetts 37,000. Jfew Hampshire 7,000, New York 11,000, and Rhode Island 6,000. In Pennsylvania the numbers are nearly equal- New TorJt Produce Prices Current For lot at thirv arrive from Ikt anmtrt. Keporttd txprly or WrsTXRH Riskkvs Cbromiclb, it If tin. W. S. Sf'Clore A . iridiy Cnmmi now Morckantt. Ae. 250 Fulton Su Arm York. W quote tor the week eading Aug. 2. a follows: Bu i it E Orange Co, ia Srk's f inhlffirks " Western Rcssrv. good to obnic " , " . com. to mei.. " Casus Btate Dairies, fair to cboieeY Ohio Dairea, prime " English Dairies, prime. Ppis New M. bbl4000 40 25 6.M W Old ' - " 3o 50 Old and new prim " 34 00 Bssr Extra Mesa, " 22 00 Plain Mess, "WW 028 00 .00 Crt It gars Shoulders, dry sslted llama, " ' Baoos .. Laid In Bbl and Tieroe... ta kegs and Tubs ..ft 13 Q I - , 1T - 14 O 15 19 Flocb . - Ohio k Indiana shipping hrands.bb lu 50 Low grades of Western extra " ft 76 WhssT Wstrn Winter Whit has. 3 60 C10 75 10 40 Sim IS t 240 234 OIK SI 01 101 S225 22S Mllwaukie winter white ' Chicago, spring .... ' 227 323 Rtb- 190 101 10U 215 220 0TS N. T. Stat and W extern., : ' Northern and Eastern ... ' Bailit.. 11 alt.. Coast Mixed Western ... bos. 1 60 0 1 39 " . Yellow a Whit Western " Beaks Medium and Pea. " 2 55 Harrows and Kidneys " 2 75 PtAS .... . Marrowfats " 200 Canada Peas.-... " 1 10 Seeds 22 6') 2 W 9 250 O 160 Clover Timothy . bu. 4 SO ' 10 rial.. Egos N. T. Stat and Vermont. .. Western, by express in oats. Beeswax Deied Arn.ES " Plum " Cherries Peaches, peeled . Asses Pot .wt.l350 " 15 00 4314 00 16 00 Pearls. Tallow.. 1 FEATBBSa Liv G 0 85 Hors Prim and eholee. Common to lair WltSKET Wool Choice Saxony fleece to full Blood Merino... Common and nativ.. Ra os Mixed OS 4 WARREN PRICE CURRENT OOEEECTBD WEEKLY T T1I1E SMITH, CBOCE1S. FBICES PAID. I RETAIL PBICE8. Whit Wheat E 60 Red Wheat 2 20 ba Palt 4 50 bbl NO Sugar 30 B Island Sue 25 Coffee 6uar...3ua35 " Tea. 102.00 " Carbon Oil 1 CO sal Linseed Oil J 55 " Red Wh't Flour.1100 bbl W'te Whtflour12 00 " NO Molasses J SO sal Syrup 1 60" White Fish 12Mb Cod Pish 12k" Corn in th ear. 60 Oats 65 Green Apple 1 00 20 Shoulders, sme'd Country d'd beef 14 15 20 SO Lra Butter Tallow Cheesa . 16 . 15 , 9 SO .7 60 .4 00 Dried apples.. Em do ISaltPork 20 Clover seed . DO Mackerel 12 " Sterin Candle. 30 " Tallow " 20 " Kio Coffe... CO " Jsvs Coffte (6 " lOthv seed. flai lax seea i 00 75 mm on Botoaa. T47artslaw 1 CO 48 9 SO 47 a ao 43 a 46 Si $ 42 21 20 21 18. 3 20 - 18 44 460 4(A) Jos. O . 2s 23 & 24 Jb 84 10 i6 " 21 W 22 " t ao : - a a 25 & SO 16 s ZU gal 174 174 , .'105 HO " 7 & 1 00 MK f(S MH " SO 6 92 TIIE STATE OP OHiO, TRUMBULL COUNTY. Administratrix of 1 Porter Barnes, f In Probat. Court. Effi M. BaraM, t L On Ratnrdav. thelRth Av nf Kntmhr- A. D. IStVl, betwen the hours of eoe and four P, M. of said day, tn pursuance of an order of th rrobate Court, of said County of Trumbull. I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, th followinc described i..J. : II' T- i : 1- L.ll inuua. ihum, id nsnvn xuwn?uip, irHDiuunvv. Ohio, and known a part of lot Mo. twenty-one (21) in said Township, bounded on the north by Lan cu l.ik. .:n....ru- .k. . .j. .rot. in mi, TlllHVI . I Kliril, V 11 1 11 west . . " west line of lands deeded by John CrowelL to James Crawford, south by lands owned at hi de eease.byJohn 11. Uarmon.and by lanoVowned by JaJ cob Perkins, at his decease, and east by said lands of Jacob Perkins, and by the Warren and Champi on road, being lands formerly eonveyed by John Crowell, to James Crawford, less a portion thereol conveyed by said Crawford, to said Perkins, and contains as is supposed to contain fire acres of land. Said lands will be sold, subject to the dower estate of Elisa A. Barnes, of one and three-fourths acres of land, which has been set oft to her, from the east end of said tract, including th house and barn therenn. A ppraised subject to dower at $1,000 and will be sold on tn premise, raiments, one-third in nana, balanc in on and two years, with interest, and se cured on tn premises, by mortgage. KLIZA A.BARNFS. Aug. 10, iw. Adm'x. of Porter Barnes, dec THE STATE OF OlIIO, TRUMBULL COUNTY 63. In th Probat Court of said County. Electa Smith it Solomon' Smith Ad'mrs. of Ran- slear Smith Deo'd Plff. Petition to Mil land, vs. Delia Smith t si Deft. , In pursuance of an order granted by the Probate Court of Trumbull County, we will offer for aaleat Public Auction, on Friday th 12th day of August. A. D. XSrH. between th hours of on and fonr o clock A. M. on the premises, th following da- scribed real estate: bituat in Uloomoeld, Trum bull County. Ohio, known as beini Dart of lot No. sixty 1 60) according to tbe survey of said Township by beta J. bnsign, ana bounded ana described as follows: Beginning eleven rods and twenty three and on half links (11 23M) northerly ef a point where the north line of th Stat road intersects the west line of the Township road which point is th norta east corner ot land deeded by James n Brown and .Mary E. Brown to G. W. and W. E Howe. March 18th, 1848: thence westerly on tbe nortn line ot said Howes lot eunty two (Street: thence southerly one lit foot on the west line of said Howe's let: thence westerly on tbe line of a lot deeded by III aforesaid James M., and Mary E. Brown to Thomas Howe. March 18th, 1848. eighty three feet tSJi: thence northerly twenty on (21; feet: thence easterly one hundred and six-.y five teet to tne west tine ot tne lownsnin road: theuce southerly npon said line of the said road twenty feet to the place ot beginning. Said Rans lear Smith (and his heirs) is entitled to a passage to the rear of the lot conveyed to Ranslear timitn by Brown as aforesaid, sufficiently wide forawagon to pass npon tbe north side ot tne premise aforesaid Terms of sale. On Deferred payments not exceed ing three years with interest from the day of sal. to oe secured by a lien npon toe premises. ELECTA SMITH SOLOMON SMITH. Administrators of Ranslear Smith. Deceased. July20-4w uy.iiutchins A rorriit. Attys. DMINISTKA TOR'S SALE Xl OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. In nursuanc of an order of the Probate Court of Trumbull County, Ohio, I will offer for Sale at Public Auction on rrldaT, the Sd day f September, 1S64, at 10 o'clock, A. M on the premises in Newton Falls, the north-half of lot No. 52, bounded on the east by Canal street on the west by the Mahoning River, on th North by th south line of lot No. ii, on the south by a lot of Mrs. Alexander Clark, con taining one-half an acre of land, mora or less, hav ina a dwelling house, barn, wacon maker's shoo. with a stationary bone power and other fixtures thereon. Terms, one-third cash, the balanc in two equal annual payments, with interest from the day of confirmation. Payment to be secured by notes, secured by mortgage on tne premise. Ap praised at oou,uu. Blacksmith's Tools. Wagon Maker's Tools. lotol Lumber, and other articles too numerous to men tion. Terms made known on day of sale. li. s. KOblJl.3. Aug. iw. Adm'r of Joseph Brown, dee'd. ADMLNISTKATOR'S NOTICE. .Notice is hereby given, that th undernamed has been anDointed Administrator on the Estate of Joan M. uoslep, late ot Mecca, Trumbull uoonry, Ohio, deceased. WM. COWDERY. Aug. in. aw- RIBBONS, Flowers, Trimmings ol all kinds. Corsets, stove. Hosiery, Hair Nets, oC n great variety. PHUa. UUiUtM. WESTERN RESERVE SEMINARY. The Fall Term of this Dopnlar Institution will commence September 1. instead of August 16, as be fore annoanced. The Trustees take great pleasure In saying that they have a superior 1 acuity employed for the com ing year consisting of Prof. Rev. J. M, Leonaid. A.M.. Principal, Miss M. S. Pob, M. S. A. Precept ress, and other competent teachers. The past high reautation of this School will be sustained, and no effort will be spared to render it even mora success ful. We cordially invite the generous patronage of ta public in oenaif oi tne inani. Aug. S, 3w A. D. K.IBBEE, Pres't STRAY HORSE. OTKAYED from Ibe enclosure of k3 the subscriber In Clarksville, Mercer Co. Pa on the night of Saturday July 23d. of July, a Black Horse, 4 years old, 15X bands high, a small white star on his forehead, a Tew aray hairs on the right side rf his nose. Whoever will return said horse, or five information where he'ean be found. to Mi. M. aanford. V tenna. Trumbull (Jounty, unio, or to the subscriber, shall be liberally rewarded. A. UAKUiUErU. Aug. S, 3w. Clarksville, Penn. s llERIFF'S SALE. Daniel Hitchcock) vs. - In Trumbull Common 1 leas. Jeremiah Lester. J Ttv virtne of an order of sale, issued out of the Court of Common Please of Trumbull County, Ohio, in the above case, and to me directed, and deliver ed. I shall expose to public sale, at th door of th Court House, in n arren, on Oss Satarday , the lath day f Aaiunt, B-4 between the hours of "one o'clock and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day. the followinc described real estate to-wit: Tbe undivided one-Gttb interest in four acres of land, situate in Mecca township, Trumbull County, Ohio, being part of lot number thirteen (13) in the Kingsbury tract iso eaiied.j being tne same land deeded to Jeremian tiester, by uaniei mien cock. Appraised at J. Terms cash. aassirr s office, warren, juiy i, jm. JOSEPH 0. BUTLKK, Sheriff. 1YOTICE. ONE FAIR OF DRAFT HORSES FOB SALE! ftood J rivers for heavy Carrlas. -eaad. kind, sen ile in every place; S years old. Knquir at Newton Falls, July 6. 6w U. S. ROBBINS. P UBL1C NOTICE Is hei herakv riven tn all Dersons who holJ legally au thenticated claim against the stat of Stephen Burnnett, that a dividend of 40 per cent. ha been ordered by the Probata Court on all such claims, to ha neid bv the subscriber on presentation at his Office, in Webb's Block, Warren, at any time be fore th 1st day of Sept. next, deducting from said 40 per cent, all payments received sine the death ot said uuruett. J ALU11 if. BAI.iMV l.N. Admr. ots konit aoa of .atphn Burnett. Warren, July 25, lb64 3t s HERIFF'S SALE. Nathan PalttgrotT 1 vs. V In Trnia Co. Common Pleas John Murberger eteU By virtue of an alias order of sale, issued out of th Court oi common riea. oi saia voudit vi Trumbull, in tne above case, ana to me aireciea and delivered. I shall expose to pnblio sale at the door of the Court House, in Warren, on SatardaT, tb IStta day f Aafiiat, 1804. mnA )mi,mii the honm of 1 and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day th following real estate to-wit: Situate In said county of i rumoun, in toe viune oi n ar ren. and is known by the whole of lot No. twenty nine (29) in the Pea plat as recorded in Trumbull fnuntv Moi-dB Book of Maoa A. oaae 45. bo the same more or less. Kown more generally as the German Churohproperty . in said village. Apprais ed at $1000.00. Terms cash. d1 UARD1 AN SALE. vJT In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Trumbull County, Ohio, mad July 18th, 1864.in the cane of Michael Keck, Guardian of Ma rw Alice Keck. vsLoisWard: th undersigned will on the 19th day of August, 1864, between the hours of two and four o'clock P. M. of said day. at the premises, oner at public sale tne following real es- : . . : r . 1 - T.. . L... 1 1 rnnni 1 iK in and known as an undivided ninth part of a tract of on hundred acres known as th dower estate of Mary Herring, in said lownsbip. widow ot ueorge Herring, dec J, and said undivided ninth to be sold subject to said Dower. Terms on third in hand. th balanc in two equal annual payments. MICHAEL KECK. Guardian of Mary Alic Kelk. July3Mw Ueo. r . Brown. Atty for fM. THE STATE OF OHIO, ' TRUMBULL COUNTY bS. In th Court of Common Plea. David Tod. Henry W. Smith, and Charles Smith, Plaintiffs. Terms Thomas VcQnistoo. Robert MoQoiston. John M. Stall, and J ewell. Defendant. CIVIL ACTtOX. The Defendant Robert McQniston is hereby noti fied, that Plaintiffs have filed in said Court, their petition for purnos of reviving a dormant judg ment and order recovered by the plaintiffs against said Thomas and Robert McQuiston. in said Court June 18, 1864. for tn sums ot and iv,iw, .: t. JA mwA a .nil l..t. Va 9 In Block No. 5, and No. I, in Block No. 18, in th flat of Sooth Warren, to satisfy said debt, interest and costs. Said lots having been assigned to plaintiffs, hv defta to aeenre said debt and inds-ment. Said Robert is required to answer said petition by the 27th day of August, A. D., 1864, or the same will be taken as confessed. da y iu iud, fin. jy6-6w B. F. HOFFMAN, Atty for Plff. RAIN CRADLES. IT Im Droved Mnly Cradle, made of second growth White Ash timber, warranted superior to any maue. juanaiacturea or D.H. BENNETT, Warren. 0. P. 8. Bpsiriss4oBOB short BOtioe. Jrfl-lw. mm iti. 3H B EINQ CLOSE AT HAND. WE u - eriotil eonsideration. und mfkar DroDArreflMtioii uto th w suits. f oar Dmrani Mitamin lisivs CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, &C &C. Ar udodc th iDdijpasabl onunckliiiM of man. in LARGE AXD ELEGANT STOCK Which having been bought early in th seasoa for cm oner uncommon inducement, to purchasers Ilaving made contracts for many of our goods at much lower price than would otherwise bare our good at even lower prices tnan tne same could b BOUGHT AT WHOLSALE IN Among th numerous articles to be sold at bargain, are th following : BEAUTIFUL MATCHED SUITS I 1500 LINE COATS. AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF HATS AND CAP! 7 TRUNKS ALL KINDS, a TRAVELING BAGS, 20.000 OEN TLKM EM' MAS3ASOIT PAPER COLLARS. LA DIES' PAPER COLLARS AND CUFFS. ALEXANDRE KID GLOVES FOR GENTS SUPERB STOCK FURNISHING GOODS. SUCH AS TIES. HANDKERCHIEF'S GLOVES, BRACES. WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, LINEN SHIRTS. HOSIERY, A a. A, . W tak pleasure in showing oar goods, and whether wishing to purchase or not. oar etutomsrt will be waited upon with politeness. Oar stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Never Was More Complete ! And we feel assured that r.o bouse this side of th Eastern Cities, can display better variety of these goods, which with our superior workmen, w claim to Manufacture Castom Clothing, fully eaual te any house in th State. GenUemen wishing to purohas COAT. PANTS, or TEST pattern, can certainly save mosey by z- a mining ear Stock. EVERY AETICLE WAEEAFTED TO BS AS REPRESENTED ! BEX EMBER OI7B MOTTO, "NJJ Vllt. WTT.T. T1T1 TTMPTITI CirT.TV Warren 0 May 4. 1868. mmm W srs now Opening THE mmi stoci op goods Ell airtiB aDAiT V. eu. U IVVSTl II HAVE TAKEN THE MATTER INTO And to moot this B&ttar of hrt cue, wo haro pat SltskPsl Sk V ra OF THE ABOVE NAMED GOODS. CASH, we do aot hesitate to say that w can this season. six months since, w have been enabled to store them been possible. Tbas w will be able to offer many of THE EASTERN MARKETS! REED 6l ADAMS. AYEE'S Sarsaparilla FOS PURIFYIKQ THE BLOOD. And tor th speedy cur of lb following complaints: Scrofula and Bcrofalaa AfTectloBa.saeh. a Tamers, Clcers, Sore, Kraptlons, Plmplea, Pastnlea, Blotehca, Ball. BlaLsu, and all SkUrn Disease. Oaeuis, lad- 8th Jane, 18S9. J. C Are A Co. Gents: I tbel it my duty ta as. koowledg what your Barsaparilla ha done tor me. Having inherited a Scrofulous is taction, I hav suffered from It la various way tor year. Sometimes u bwmt oat la Ulcers on my haods and arms; ermitirarrs it tamed inward and distressed me at tbe --Two years ago it brok out on my bead and covered my scalp and ears with one sore, which was painful and lneth"rt beyond description. I tried many medicines and savaral physicians, but without much relief from any thing. In fact, the disorder grew worse. At length I was rejoiced to rd in th Gotpel Messenger that yo had prepared an alterative (SaiwpaiiUa), a I knew from your repot, tioa that any thing you made must be good. I ssnt te Ciadaaatiand got it, and osed it till it cared me. I took it, as you advise, in small doses of a tsaspoontnl over a month, and used almost three bottles. New and healthy skin soon began to tbrm under the cab, which after while all on. My skin t now dear, and I know by my feelings that the disease has gone from my system. Yoa as well believe that I feel what I am saying when I tell yoa, that I hold yea to be one of th apostle of th age, and remain ever gratefully. Tours, ALffiKD B.TAIXXT. t. satheay'i Fire, Ros or Erysipelas, Tetter and Salt Rheaun, Scald Head, Hiasrwaraa, Sore ye, Dropsy Sr. Robert M. Preble write from Salem, N. T, 12tb Sept, 1869, that he ha cared an inveterate cas of Drtptt, which threatened to terminal bully, by th pet severing oss of oar parsanarllle, and also a dangerous Mabgmant Eiytipdat by large doses of the bum; aya be Coras th common Eruptions by it oonslantly. Brometaocele, Cleltn or Swelled Heeku Zebulon Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes t "Three bot Ues of your Sarsaparilla cared me from a Cwi hM eoos swelling cm th seek, which I had (ottered Item ever two yean." t Leaeorrtaora or White , Owarlass Taaaor, Cterin Lleeratioa, Female Disease. Dr. J. B. S Channlng, of New Tork City, writes i " X most cheerfully comply with tbe request of your agent la saying I have found yoar 8arsaparilla a most excellent alterative in tbe numerous com plain ta tor which we employ soch a remedy, bat especially ia Aawts Dimatm of the Scrofaloas diathesis. 1 have cared many inveter ate eases of LeoeorrtMsa by U, and some where the eom pUunt wu caused by idartitzin of the uUrut. Thenlcar atioa itself was soon cared. Nothing within mj knowl sdg equals it tor these female derangementa." Xdward S. Msrrow, of Newbury, Ala, writes, "A aan feroos eeoriaa lamer on one of the females in Biy family, which had defied all tbe remedies we could employ, ha at length been completely cored by your Extract of flar saparllla. Our physician thought nothing bat extirpe Uoa could afford relief, bat be advised tbe trial of your Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, and it proved effectual. After taking your receedy eight weeloi bo symptom ef the disrsss remains. yphills aad Jf ercarial D la ease. New Oaxuirs, Kth aognrt, ISott. Do. J. C. Ami Sir. I cheerfully comply with the i qwei of yenr eeet. and rrnort to jm soaa of tbeanects 1 have realtaed with year tWsaperilla. I hav eared with It, ia my prsetios, most of the coea plaints tor which It is recommended, sod hav found it eSeet truly wonderful in the cure of Vtmertal ami Mer curial Diaeat. One of my patients had SyphUiUe nicer la his throat, which were consuming hi palate aad th top of hi month. Your Barsaparilla, steadily taken, cored him ia See weeks, another was atterkad by a ondary symptoms in his boss, and the uleeratioa had eatea away a considerable part of It, so that I believe the disorder would soon reach his brala and kill him. But It yielded te my administration of year Bares peril la; th ulcere healed, and he is well sgsin, not of course without some disflguratioa to his face. A woman who bad beret treated tor the earns disorder by mercury was ai Be ring from this potion la her bones. Tbey had become ao sso sitive to the weather that on damp day ah suffered ex eracteting pain la bar joint end bone, oh, too, was cored entirely by your pares parllla lo a tew weak. I knew from its formula, which your agent gar m, that this Preparation from your laboratory mast be a greet remedy; consequently, these truly ramsrtshl result with it hav not surprised m- J JraUrnally yoora, Q. T. LARUTXB, V. 9. RJxumatlsm, Goat, Livr Cemplaiat IrDxrxKlWKa, Prsstoa fX, Vs., (th July, WO. Da. 3. C Am: Sir, I hav beea afflicted with a pain ful chronic jtanraafiri for long time, which bataed ties skill ef physicians, and stuck to m la spit of all th remedies I could find, until I tried your Sarsaparilla. One kettle cored me in two weeks, and restored my general health so much that I am hvr better thaa before I was aiucksd. 1 think U a wonderful msdlclB.. J.IBaAM. Jul T. Gstcbsll, of St tools, writes t I bar baa afflicted for years with so ejection of Ms Xtscr, which destroyed my health. I triad every thing, and every thing tailed to reliev me; and I have been a brokea-down maa tor some years from no other caos than derangement af the Latr. My beloved pastor, tbe Bev. Mr. Espy, advised me to try your Barsapanila, because he said he knew yoa, and any thing yoa made was worth trying. By the bless ing of Qod a baa cored me, and ha a puriflsd my bioui as to make a new man of am. I fed young egsin. Th best that can be said of yoa is aot half good enough. -ScBlrras.Coacer Tamers, Enlarsemeat, L'leeratioa, Carle aad xiollatlom of the Pan, j A great variety of cases have been reported to ni where cures of them formidable complaint have resulted from the ass of this remedy, but our space here will aot admit these. Some of them may be found In our America Almanac, which the ageaU below named are pleaasd ta famish gratis to all who call tor them. Dyspepsia, Heart Dlseese, Fit, Epllep y, Slelancaoly, fiearsjgla. Many remarkable ears of these affection have beea made by the alterative power of this meokma It stima lales tbe vital functions Into vigorous action, and tho overcomes disordera which would be supposed beyond It reach. Bach a remedy has long bun required by th ne cessities ef tbe people, and we are confident that this will do tor them all that medlciM can. do, Ayerfe Cieny Pectoral, Toil TJTB BATID CVAB OF Ceaghs, Colds, Inflaenxa, Hoarseness, Croap, Bronebttis, Incipient Con wnntion, and for the Relief of Censamptiv Patients In s.ii-.-aneed Stmfcs of too Disease. This Is s remedy so ad em sally known to sorpam anf other for the curs of throat aod lung complaints, that a is useless her to publish the evidence of ru vlnaes. Its unrivalled excellence fur coughs aad colds, and its truly wonderful cares of imlmooary disease, have made ft know throughout the drlilssd nation ef th carta. Few are tbe communities, er area families, among them who have not soms personal experience of iueOerts-e-soms Urine trophy in their midst of its victory over tbe subtls and dangerous disorders of the throat and luega. As all know the dreadful fatality of these diserdsre, and aetbsy know, too, the effects of Oils remedy, we need ot do more thaa to assure them that it has now all tbe vir tues that It did have when aaakiog the cores which hav woo ao strongly npoo th confidence of mankind. Prepared by Sr. J. C AYES & CO., Lowell, Kass. Bald kv-Hovt A Rrrattnn. E A Smith. J K Woods, Warren ; A Chew. Brookfield: Fansler A Cory, Bristol; E P Wolcott, Farmington: 8qaibb A Thompson. Mesopotamia; W C Savage. Bloom field: fi T Rnnla. Newton Falls: Mason A Co Niles: J Walter. Oirard. and dealers everywhere. STEAM ENGIXK FOR SALE. On upright Steam Engine: VA inch cylinder. 20 men stroke, tnqaire at 1. Douglass . snop, n ar ren, or I. H. Wilder. Columbus. Pa. jyU-ow T?ELLOES. A large stock of Felloes of the best quality on d, fcr sal. at my jftvjjg. CROCKERY!! BOUTON & "WEIR. DEALERS IN CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. Market Street, Warren, 0hl. HAVIXG greatly increased our stock of Goods and baring refitted and re furnished oar store w or now prepared to offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS to the buyers of goods is this line. LOOKING GLASSES, Plain and CCRKERY STORK. CHOICE TEA SETS Plain or Gilt at the CROCKERY STORE. ANDREWS & WEEKS INVITE the attention of their cus tomers and the public generally to their Stock of It will be found unsurpassed, in all those features which attract the attention of persons of good taste. OUR STOCK consists of Dress Good Shawls and Mantillas, Prints, Bleach'd and Brown Shirting. Woolen Goods, Yankee Notions, White Goods, Embroideries,. Hosiery and Gloves, Gents Furnishing Goods, &o., &o-, &o., &o., &G. We are also agents for th sal of ARMS, BARDWELL, Thee skirts are so mad that the hoop or spring Win, Not BoT AraBT i! FsoiiT, lik all other style. They ore mad of the best quality of steel aad manufactured tn each a man ner which make them as tby are properly eaiied The Everlatinff Skirt Oar nam Is printed on the band of every skirt, and we Vaarmsitee fsatlsfoctiosi Im over Cos. to rnu GENTLEMEN & LADIES I who wish to improve their outward appearance, w would say that Mr. Weeks will give his person al attention to th manufactory of LADIES' CtOAKS ISD MEX'S ft EiR. 0or stock ia that line consists ia part of -Fanoy Cassimeres, Broadoloths, Doeskins, Sackings, Ladies' Cloaking-, a great variety of NEW AND ELEQANT TRIMMINGS. Ae., A. AU of which will be made up to order, in th most approved styles and of superior workmanship. All of whioh w offer at th lowest market price, for Cash or In exohange for Predaee. April 20. -64.-tf. UNION BAKERY. FHESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, Jt., eonstsntly on hand, and for sals, whole sal sad retail at th UXOLN BAKERY, ON MAIN ST., pnosit McLain A Bon's Banking Hons, tartio, suppUed with eakoj onjhort .otljg Warren. Jane B. tf. SHERIFF'S SALE. H. W. Smith. 1 . vs. Via Trumbull Com. Pleas. Lauriston AJgateet al) By virtu of an order of sale. Issued oat of said Court, in the above ease, and to me directed and delivered, I hav levied npoo and shall expose to Public Sale, at the door of the Court House, in Warren, ia said Coonty of Trumbull, oa fsatorctay, the S4 day af September, 1884, between the hear of on and four o'clock. P. M. of said day, th following described real estate, to wit : Situate in the township of iiowlaod. County of Trumbull, and State of Ohio, and known as a part of the old Ada-ate Farm; bounded on the north by lands of S. L. Freeman, east by the Plank Road, (so called) loading from Warren, to Nile, south by lands of Jonathan Folsom, and west by the River Road, (so called) leading from Warren to Nile, and containing within said boundaries about sevanty seveo acres of land. Appraised at $3224,00. Term Cash. J. G. BUTLER. Sheriff. Warren, Aug. J, 1864. TELL 9IE OF MY DARLDiG EOT. I A. Orthe the Mother's reply to "Just before the I ggSVPhwUd ""BOOaORi"' 4 Cq.'S e a I Sf Z A I AVOID PAYING UNREASONABLE 'HIGH PRICES Clothing, Cloths T CaXUKS IT J. GOLDSTEIN'S WELL KNOWN E has opened a Mammoth Stock READY-MADE AND PIECE GOODS! Consisting of th . THE MOST FASHIONABLE AND BEST BLADE CLOTHING b?ii hlm'toTthin .Uy ZZJ.r A st"4 sak. ( mm awaw sk a. soaa. a essam so smaosaa - uuuua wiludl oulu t i n oivinui rvinnuiN UVtn COST This is th ' . , LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OFFERED IN WAAREN L Come and see befor being iadueed by others to bay sjsewhere. Tost will ot esjy sot moaer. iur yoa will also be bettor sailed tn sty le and quality. 1 J. Goldstein x ; 6prdt and Cassimeres of ' Vanui order's Block. Market Stroeti Warres, Ctta. - SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINEEY!! AT TTTbere can be found a large and II wall selected stock of MILLINERY GOODS ! I The Stock embraces the most deairabl styles of BOiTXETS AND HATS. FOR LADIES AND MISSES. SILKS. RIBBONS LACES, FLOWERS, ORNAMENTS. . STRAW TRIMYEfGS. Aa.. Ao, Ac, All of which eaa ha foimA at Sn. 1. f erfcet s Co Stain. MRS. M. A. BUSS. arren. May 18, 1863. ALL KINDS OF CUSTOMWOBK done to order. Bonnets and Hats bleached and shaped. at MRS. KXNU'S. H AIR NETS FOR LADIES and Misses, at MRS. KINO'S. BONNETS and HAT BLOCKS. For Sal at MRS. KINO'S WE HAVE SOiLE CHOICE PLUMES, to trim those hataTwith. We have also on hand velvet or all colore. vl. vet ribbon, embroidery braid, Acu at una. usimn. 1AA REAMS OF NOTE, LETTER 111 AND CAP PAPER. Also 5.Q0O Envel ope. Just received at ruuitiiui' BLrun. stunts. Jane Ut. ISSi. TOUND. Jl. In oar store, oue Coat, also one Ladies Pin. The owner can hav same by proving property .and paying charges. YVAK Kaji A McLALS. boqu oooe ana teatear store, atarxst street. BEEF HIDES WANTED, VHfAL SKINS WANTED. SHEEP PELTS WANTED, At McConnell's- Main St, A GOOD assortment of Brown and Blaeched Sheetings and Shirtings, ehaan for ready pay. ftiua. Ultuxtli.n. IOTHS, Cassimers Vestings, comprising all the desirable styles that the market affords. PECK A BROTHER. March li. 1S9T DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! PECK & BROTHER. No. 9 Market St., Warren, O. TTTonld inform their patrons that TT they are prepared for the fall trade of 13, with a large and varied stock of Staple and Forney Dry Sjioods, Trimaaisig, and HUlissorw toVooda, tilioea, C'arpeta and HoUassa, to which the attention of oil are invited. boot. 24, 1863. T. J. 5XoIA.IIV 4c SON, BANKERS, WARREN, OHIO, Continue to discount good paper J buv and sell Eastern Exchange : hnv and se drafts on Europe ; buy and sell gold, silver, Canada and ancarrent money ; sell passage ticket to and from Europe; sail revenue stamps; ensure property, and deal in real estate. PENSION AGENCY. Th ondenianed is authorised b Government and is tally prepared with all necessary Blanks for making application to th proper department for th payment of the following eiaima oa th iior erament, vis: 1 Claim ot u nicer or soldier for invalid pension. ) Claim of Widow of deceased ottleer or soldier for pension. 3 Claim of Mother " 4 Claim of tiuardian of Minor Chiidreo ef de- ooaaed Officer or ISoldier tor pension. 3 Claim ef Otheer or eoidir for arravi ef Pay Bounty, Ac 6 Claim of W idow of deceased Officer for arrean of fay Bounty, Ac 7 Claim of i at her " " " 8 Claim of Mother " - - a Claim of Adult Children or Guardian of Mi nor Children or their joint claim tor arrears of fay, tiouulf Money, eta. 10 Claim ol Brother or bister of deceased ofl . cer or soldier tor arrears of Pay. Bounty Mon ey, Ac 11 Application of Officer or Soldier for payment of pension. Aoolication of Widow "" All persons who are entitled to any of th above Claims, will hav prompt collection mad by ap plying to h undersigned in person at his Othee in Hartford or by letter addressed to him at th same place. All letters ot inquiry eonoerning arrean o f ay. Bounty 2ioney. Pensions, Ac, promptly aa swered. tiaO. W. BN itKB. J one la, ly Claim Agent, Hartford, 0 UTATE OF OHIO, O TRUMBULL COUNTY, S3. James B. Duulap t In Court of Com. Plea, vs. Francis rteyncld. J Civil Action. Th defendant ia hereby notified that th plain tiff ha bled his petition, in said ease, setting forth that ia the monlba of i' sbruary ana Mareb, lbuZ he sent and consigned to th defendant, at 6l Croix, oa the Island ol M. Thomas, aiuety-lhre barrel containing three thousand seven hundred and forty gallons of Carbon OU, to be sold by th defendant upoo Commission, tor Plaintiff, which thedelednat then and there undertook to faithful ly sell nd Account for to th plaintiff, and after de ducting lroui the proceeds of sale, all proper char ge and reasonable Commission, to laiihtally remit to the plaintitl the net proceeds, and that th de fendant sold said Oil tor twenty-nve hundred dol lar, and upwards, gold and silver, over A above all charges and Commission chargeable thereon, which if remitted would have beea and is ot the value of six thousand dollars, aad upwards, and that thede lendent, although requested, and although reas onable time has elapsed, utterly neglect to remit, or pay to th plaintitl the sum or any part thereof. And tor wnicb the plaintitl ask judgment. The defendant must appear and answer old par tition by th ota Oay of October, a ext. er the peti tion will be takn as confessed to be true. etlLIFF. ICTTUi A cSTULL, Aug. 10, Attorneys. E ARM FOR SALE. u 1 he Subscriber offers for sal eighty acre of land Howland, near th t line of the township, and adjoining the farm of acob Grove Esq. Th build ings ar a tram dwel Jng house, and a frame bam. There is a good orchlid apon it; also twelve acre of woodland. Th parperty wilt be sold cheap, as I wish to go west. re Z7jly3w 1 25 J. B. SLUER. LEMUEL MOSER'S ESTATE. The undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified Administrator of the Estate of Lem uel Moser, deceased, late of Vienna. Trumbull Coonty. Ohio. JOHN II AN KINS. Aog. 10.-3W tOAR PETS If tou want to buy a J good Carpet for the least possible amount of money, come to the Warren Dry Goods Store, where yoa wui noa tne oesx assortment in ton. . . fata. A ifWlUBJI, OILKS Plain Black, Black Bro k3 cade, Colored Brocade. Plaids, Stripes, stc, a great variety oi aiyie. irum ruir vinw to xwe Dollars per yard. PECK A BROTHER. EGAL NOTICE. Jamea M. Webber. Plff- vs. Ia the Court of Com- Qeorg H. Bailey, Dell. J mon Pleas. Tram. Cc The said Gorre H. Bailey, will tak notie that the said James M. Webber, on th 3d day ef Aug ust, A. I. loot, filed hi petition in th Court of Common f leasot said ittanty. acauist aim, setting forth that the said Bailey is indebted to th plain tiff in the sum of on hundred sad Tnty-vcn dollars, and ninety-three cents, on the 1st day of August, A. D. lSoi. oa three promissory notes, now due, and unpaid, in which action on Attachment has been issued. The said Bailey ia notified that he is required to answer said petition on or before we xss oay oi voiueer, a. v. 190. JAMES M. WEBBER, AW. 19,-tw Br lay lor k itarn, hi atty'i New York Store. PARKS &W1TZ Would inform their friend and thpabUgaeraay that they hrrs reoeiv thir first porehas of SPRING GOODS which 1 aa larg and varied aa U preaeat ale), th market will justify, aad which vlla auwy carried over from last year, when pries were low' Bbl them to offer to sash or ready pay knysrs SUPERIOR INUCEI3NENTS WK 0FEK IS DRESS GOODS, PLAIN AM) FIGURED BLACK StLX. PLATS AJTD FIGURED FAJfCT iILK3. RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED SILK POPLDfJ 8AX0ST AND MOHAIR DRESS GOODS POPLIN 3. LARETTAS AND MOZAMBIQVia, ALPACCAS. DELAXN3. CHALLTS. PLAaDS. Ac, As., Ac Th present high prices of new silks, now Is tar Urn to secure some BARGAINS la We have had on hand soma time whioh w wW sU at leas than old prices. NGW,t3TYLE3;or SHAWLS eU ding those light, elegant wool shawls f'-r Spring and Summer wear. Also, PLAIN "SlS.K FRINGED CASHMERE. SILK. BROCHA, - ALSO, -SHIRTINGS, BR0WX AND BLEACHED. T THB LOWEST MARKET RATES. BTEIPKS. EENIM3 AND TICKS, ef which Ike lowest price is high enough. BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS of the h make. As asaal w keep on hand a full stock of CAEPBTS, SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS. BOOTS. SHOES. GLASS WAl-h HATS. CAPS. READT MADE CLOTHING GROCERIES. .Always In rail stock, sad as low as W WW, PARKS & WENTZ. April 15.1863. FIFTY BUILD UTS LOTS, For sale, in good localities, ta th Village or Wr ren can he bought on good term. Inquire at hi ConneU's SHOE A LEATHER XfU . COAL OIL REFINERY THE UNDERSIGNED HAS J Uf T finished a Coal Oil Refinary tn th aoath-t.i part of Warren, finished with all th moat meoero improvement, and is prepared to funrisb Ban. n OU, Machinery Oil and Bnaala. of th best qua :t ana at th lowest price. Th location of my works or at th Junction ( th Atiantio A Great Western aad Mahoning Rail way, enable m to ship promptly to ail points. W. A A. F. Packard. Yoanntown, and Warrvn Packard, Wura, O. are th Exclusive Aaeats ir the sal ef ail the productions from THE WARREN OIL WORKS. Order addressed to th tentioa. May 11.-if 1 will receive prompt m It. 0. PHaYS SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND Volunteers Wanted! T. J. M'LAIN & SON WARREK, O Have received authority froea "Headqnart enlist "Six Hundred Tnoasand more'' Veil te ;er into the ranks of their well knows INSURANCE CORPS! Any person ef rood character, poss easing is not able property, will be received and eonsutated aa activ member by receiving a POLICT OF mSURAHCE. in one of the followg first class Company. RTIAT) I'HH LIST. Fhomx asaiamo " ,, .., , F-w--m'i Merchant ear awes , , pw artronf. Assm Srm Sngiomi iiwrsjHt Co- Assets . , Mark mrame A. ,, Hartfnrtd. 2-a2,uj Jfce it ark AB8STS 3&u.Gu. BncJcev ioswrsnse Co .CMavL AsaiTs. London, Li pool and Ass York, with head othee in England. Largest company ia th world; 0AJi tal aad available assets One Hundred sad frT Million Dollar. Jf, jtS.ilS0.uue There are no better eomoaaie i ia tttrffworld tlsaa th above They ore doing an immense business in all parts of th country, aad offer aa equalled in ducement te tho wishing insurance. ARE YOU INSURED ! Farmers I Tour barns are being filled with th products of the farm. A single flash of ligota iag may destroy the labors of the year. Caa yea rua the risk? We will insure your property for 00c three or five years, at ry fees rates and guarantee n assessments. Old insurance is now to rail. owing to the gnat Increase in value and Ought to increase the amount insured. AU sb 7 insure. Duty suggests it, eheepoeas 00m mend it and its advantages are manifest. , . INSURE I INSURE! - July 13, 1864. T. J. McLAINSA SOX. TTENRY G. MARTIN'S ESTAT II Notice is hereby given that the and at , J has been do ly appointed aad qualified AdaiswirV trU of the Estat of Henry G. Martin, lot of W ar rso. Tromboll Ctrtuityitvls moo aaaiiii. JEtna Mm , , , .., Hmrlfmr Aasirs gfTjlSSjOMM. Tkiseee osMrooos T ' fvrwUm. Assrrs .