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ATL&3TIC fc C W. KilLROlD. ;-.V'MAINLINE. . .?v - -? New Time Table, No-, 9. WAERIK btatios. Tiit effect, MondM. AprU,S9.1867. ;v. TEAXNS QOHTO EAST. , Wo. e-Kul Iutm Werretw- ..v.-0 A M p-Stoppiea at ell Station!. 'Vv", So. 4. IxiiTesa leaves W arren. J..; 5:52 A M. Stepping at 6roovill only. f5es 36. Aeeomiaodetion Iutm arren ":20 PH. Stepping at all Stations. " No. 12. WiT Freight leavesi Warren. 1115 P. M. WUVeany Pawn, Xe 20. Freight learei Warren. JLI0:35 P. M. Slops only at Meedville,-. TSittTS GO III O WEST- tjfo. i-&xtvess leavesLWarrin.. 6:10 TP M tppiegly at Leawittsboss- Bavenaa. e. tNc.Ma revo Wuwt-i 3,-"5 P M -JWjlnt ei all Station, tXo. 15. Aeeommodatioa leave Warren 6:40 A M Stonping at all Station. -..:: Xo."TL-Way Freight leavai Warren. 5;00 ?M -stopping at all Station!. , Xo-ZL Aeeoaunodation learei Warren 1(35 P M-Stopping at aU StaUoni. y , t Rum only 'to ievittsburg and Cleveland. tCoaaeeei at Leavithourg for Clevelaad. ' -, i i . :sa- i - - L. TOWS. Agent. MAONTNQDIVISIOIS'. WESTESS" TEAINS. 1? ipressleaves Warren. Mail leave! mi i5PM KASTEB.N Rxprassleavee "Warren Mail learee Warren. TBAINS.. ' . .... - 6:50PM S:OW A M Town and County. .... 5Va ae,.j- cpenvtv fresh--arrivals of Gentlemen'! Party Colored Kid Gloves, 'Jfeck. Ties aid Bows also sadr of those Silk knd Cassimere Hats, the neaterf styles vw oveoedJ- Oar tock tf Ctoths,-asbi- meres. TrimmTnes.XIothing,Hats, Cans and GnUei8'8 Fiinrlshing Goodstjf allg ' kinds -was natr more complete. - Prie low for cash. Come in and satisfy yoor- elres at the New Koorai of i : - REED & ADAMS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ,T-CorrpondeaUar6 reqaoi ted t? write . oabulone aide of a -sheet. ,T- - See advt."of Cin'ci'nnafi Home "Insu rance" Companjr , , , -Th County Treasurer's office, will be opened id receiving the June Installment MrTTOMimrj.oNwwrfells," dropped deal in Eis wood-fiouse, '6nSat" dBj;uit v z;'-t- i.1, :: -1 HrjHxsr?; H..To'wssxir, the iwwly appointBd poetrt"ast'er"ai this place, took jtoseesuon of tlie'offioe on ilonday last,; Our" "friend, Benjamin Cranage; ' has - changed " tnjbti59"Ul operations," from the roog aHnrng t5 j6tt)ffice, to the more commodious room at No. 8 Market eV-yngorde'stilDcl.rr - . "U Li-A rariaer-ititorni! us that lbs graes- hijfipaiiribe ii. already alarmingly numer- jus,.airdthatileM there ii sufficient wet :woatbe to give them a quietus, vegetation .iill fall a prey to them. "-- ' r ' ' -Some of ihe popular almanac makers BscriVe the Tate spring, with its frost, enow nd ice, tot the iact, that we have added a .' large aioucl of cold weather to our coun ' ry trTUTchtsing Ensstap, Amencsi. The County Commissioners will moot at the Auditor's office, -on.. Wednesday, May.jW, test, as a Board'of Equalization. JPax-payers interested, should ier' this in mind. " - ': ' ; " jjtigationj involting $8&,80O, the iargeat ambnit erei sued for ia Trumbull County .Court,' was jpmmenoed last Satur-. day. The case is Hut"" vs. Curtis & - Byor,' hnwird to coal property. ' nJ ., '- ;-i-Tb County CommissionersylieK a . Special Session oa Monday !ast. Besides passing pa few small accounts, there wa ' bo business of importance) transacted. . Their next meeting will be their regular . " Sailor j, AQnw"inriig Monday, June 3rd. j u " Jn wrIUg for the paper, aim to cen- dense ' your "artieles. J 3D not write as though you wish." to tury " statement of fact,r-jt ids -under an avtcaacue m words. ; Be clear, concise and keen.- Tour articlas are then, more hkely to be iaad.;- . ' , .. . . -. ; The Peak . and Berger .Families; "boll r'i?gers, and good musicians generally, gave'eoasserta in" this plaoe on last Fridy Jin' Ratoy-ewing;ti wnd'--maaBee fychildreiijalSaturday agternopn. Th? company. iTways VeH received" in Warren, and (araws goo boMe.'" r . T -Vasst. TVilUamSipS00 and,'B'ay- mond Brown have purchased the entire t interest of Htmoi. Brpe. w the dry goods tstoteV-'llBiwr Bloek.'. Messrs. Pap good & Brown are experienced in mercan tU jwrsfirurievfijPy thc.dxy goods branch, and. thej fwiU. doubtless exert themselves to keep such an establishment as thfrgr lite' naV glowing wants of !itis' eqmmanity demaad. TTe wish, them 'SUOCesi..' r-' . ! . S- j V'' :J ru Ljrjnr- ' WrewIoJidenV - "GM?: . "death" on Secret Societies. Jle' thinks those "who rSorijtOjBrivAJp. planning their taegoa' giw-eviefenoe- of Deing ' imwperr rioyvIiw-r;Tyecftn' dor. and would swrest that he manfclly t on karreai miune, m4lii-sgW ridlce that his professed disgust for doing things eeretly, is H "bonkum." We have fteqasnly cbserv&i thaC4Mags -re saidt under an. assumed name, by " writers, that they would not dare 'to toy .if they had to , meet their fellow-men -feca to fce 7 Accident and Narrow Escape. On Tuesday night laSV" which was intenselv dark,r. and Mrs. Frank Pack, ard, of this ple. net with an accident, which for -while plaeei their lives ahtot rAiC Jhey wereiiniE If DUggy rrom west moj w Jha jaai' theMWi briagen, portion of" the ewly- made road is very Wrow7"ad!wa at that time badly p" and rough. rWhao. on the narrowest t . "AriinA.! miiie 'the "banks tiiep-tmd.'Ae" back witer from .Uerriver four to aii feet deejeiorfe slipped atwbIed,D4 SeuinaK - iraad, ewsrf'thtairgyateke precipitated .trrUi the water, the ocrnpantr-necessarily going with it. The" daftness was impene trable, and it being late, tha-ga in street lamps had been extinguiaaed.. . Packard found himself so entangled U reins, as to require the use of a knife free khctelf befpre h could renaer'assist .4nce to hU wifo, who was barely able 1 keep haT head above the water. Her cloth ing had become fastened to the vehicle, ; and Mr."" Packard foand it impossible . extricate her until he had Cut a large por tioaothei clothing oif her. . Their calls for help seem not to have been heard, they had to jet ut as best they could, which, to them appeared for a while aa impossible task, ., It was certainly ery Barrow escape from drowning, their escape la most marvellous. ,.. ;-;Wa abtrveMia4 fta rpad-hcre acciicntwVis bLng jwdened. It to be hoped it will be rendered more pass able and safer than it has been. A Boy Drowned. A little son, aged six years, of Doctor A ...Briscoe, formerly of Newton Fall,-in thW county, but bow living in Boonville, Missouri, was drwned in. the -Missouri river on the 28th of April. He was, with other bovs, playing alongthe banks of the j stream and accidentally fell in. AllenorU, thus far, to recover the body have proved unavailing. His mother is a sister of Mrs. Harmon Anstin, of this place. Sad indeed mast be the hearts of those parents to feel that their little 'Frank is sleeping in death on the cold sand bars, beneath the waves and flood-wood, of that turbnlent stream. r' r" Let those parents, whose children are daily playing along. the banks of the Mahoning, take warning. Coal Found in Vienna. Andrew Andrews & Co., last week found the. first minable stone coal ever found in Vienna. The strike was made at a depth of eighty-seven feet, where was found three feet ' and ten inches of coal. The coal was found about two miles South of Payne's corners, on tue farm of Armstrong Stuart. The compa-c ny has leased over one thousand acres of land for coal, adjoining the Stuart - farm and Bear H. - ' Burglary. The gunsmith shop of Mr. N. 3. Tyler, opened last week, iit the" brick block, opposite ffie carriago factory on Liberty Street, was broken into by burglars, on last Friday nighU They first entered the room on the south, lata used as a shoe-shop, and from thence forced open a door lead ing to Mr. Tyler's shop. About a hundred dollars- worth of pistols, ammunition and equipments were stolen. The- thieves tried to break open safe, but did not succeed. This is. not the kind of encour agement we wish to soe extended to Mr. Tyler, in starting business here, as he is a good workman, and a good gunsmith is needed at this point. BURGH HILL ITEMS. The news with us, as I see" and hear it, is about as follows: The United Brethren have finished and dedicated their church. ReT. D. Travel' has immersed four. Dr. Geo. W. Bushnell of the Disciple church has immersed five for the remission -of sins. Elder E. H. Hi;bee has immersed four.' Mr. and Mrs. ball have celebrated the-25taanniverarr of their-marriage, called "ailwcr wedding 't' We say,- bless ing on fhem.' " John Banning has sold jiis farm: of ISO acres to Matthew Davis for 65 dollars per acre, and removed to Michigan. We shall miss his mirthful remarks. Os maaHull and Daniel (Joe: have bought from IS. N. Ha wit 8a acres for 50 dollars per acre; no buildings. ' Mr. Hull has put up a steam mill, the frame being very heavy it took the men nearly all day to get it up. About noon' Mrs. Hull came to the ground of piace of raising, and being assisted by others, spreal what I would consider a rather splendid table of re freshments.' Jothaa - S. Thompson has bought from Albert Akins 10 acres, with out buildings, for 00 petf acre. Nelson Case and S. N-Hewit have each laid off a fine meadow into town lots, which they sell for 100 and 160 dollars per lot. M. C. Graham is putting up a tin store and shop, in all 55 feet long. S. N. Hewit is put ting up a dry gvods store 60 feet long. Dr. J. C- Knight, Henry Chamberlin, and others, are getting .ready to put up new buildings. There Seems to be still here quite a disposition to hunt up some unoccupied buildings and haul to the new town. ' . D. Kisq, Max 1. : Burgh Hill. MAGAZINE" NOTICES. hmaclttTOod lor April. "We bare reoeived the April number of this standard Magasine. It oontains aeveral articles of special interest on both sides of the Atlantic The contents are ec titled : Elisabeth and Ma ry, lienun's Aneiect Christianity. The Mora1 and Political Revolution in Japan. The Army. Manhood suffrage aad the Ballet ia Asaeriea. A letter never sent Brownlows, The Ministers and their Measures. "' '. . Blaokwood's Magasine is publuhed at 140 FuMoa Street, New York, by the Leonard Scott Publishing Co at $1 per year. ' J " DicaiKS's 'WoBas IUuatrated. "David Cop- aerfield." Bostoa ; Tickaor Fields. . "David Copperfieid" is the last volume of lhi admirable collection of CharlesDickens! work that we have reoeived. Beyond comparison It tethe meet completely deseis-ned and delight fully executed edition of a popular series of WOrks. intended for tbe family library, that has ever come from the hands of a publisher So amount of praise that could ba bestowed upon the enterprise and faultless tasta Messrs. Tkknor di Fields have exhibited in thus minis- taring to an important literary demand or. perhaps, we should say, aspiration can be too great for their desert: In the manner of their getting up they exactly answer a certain definite hiea hatioily tills a vaguely though ardently felt desire oa the part ot the great appreciative miUdieolass ol Uickenas wersotp ..r. - a.ira in hjiKfl their idol breaeuuid to xbem ia beouui&g form and worthily jetabeilish ed, yet at sucn a cost as should not draw too largely oa tue capacity oi ineir purees. j.use bouts are printed on good but not dear paper .nd their Lindincs is eleganUy neat witnoul De- ..g ch.wily eififaBai"v. - sven ta. iituiUitiens waioh are aiaougthe heat that Dickens' qaaiut eoacepuons and serious creauons nave ever receive! the pencil ol genuine yet not exact ing taieat. has keen preierred to that cf way- wet ana exwwKuaigemns. - - - - - - - Dkmokkets Youkg AaEgiCA comes out fresh. bright aad beautilal as a May Korning. It is gem for the children, aad ia always hailed with deosonstrations of gladness. Published by W Jennings Demons. New York. '"Or ToL-KaXoLES"aag become an estab- luhed favorite with tens of thousands of the rising generation'."" The May No. is filled with imt awoii readieg as deliabts'and edifies the young mind, while cultivating a taste tor reading, -lie arlicaas are entitled, stnuaa-uie world Joe. loo ar uut: Kuby s visitor Modern Clndnel la: Misses tmyia's bilver Wedding: Good Old Times; Bae-D all and Uriukot. Sue assassin's. ParadisaO Maryiog. Music; Around ine arening uisp; uur Jeiter Bog.' I - Tic knor d" Fields, Pcblishers, Boston, in j A cut ATtAwTieMoTm.r roa May. A list of arti- ctes embraced in this 5o. of this popular Maga- ainav will giv. a food idea of the inter es ting natam ef its oeateati as follows : --- The Guardian Angel. '-fart Y. By1 Oliver -Wndell Jdlemes.' Mstoryof th. Bewug SI Machines, ot tbe difficulties ana aeisys in scou ring their introduction to use, and of the chang es effected by teem.-' By James Parton. Heart end Hearth. A Poem by Thomas Bu chanan Reed. The Genius of Dickens. A criti cal eesay. by E. P. Whipple. Germany in N York. -By Cfiarles Dawsow hbanly. Katha rine Morne. Part VII. By the author of "4er- auaa." -burrow. A Poem. 'la. Plaintta fiea- eufted;- Some Unstppreeiated Characters.- humorous statement ot the poesiole. but not popularly credited virtues of such pertonaices as Solomon's bluinrard. the Old Man of the sea. Xanthippe, Blue-iieard, Uallio, aad Caliban. OT C CI. Haxewell. Old port in W inter. By r W . Uigginson. Marble Uuarries. A Poem 44m H. h Warrant. The Cuswm of liurial witu the (lead toward the East. Bv Kev. N, Forth i ugh am. Heroes ef Central Africa. W. Vrrnwood Reade. Ken lews and Literary Notices. 'ikkner Fields. Publishers, Boston. Teacbers' Examinations or tbe the Mr. the to to to and 1 jaost a and - this is Ike followinz is the -result of aeveral examinations for the teachers of Trumbull County, held at the Court liouse. 4th zxamiwatios, held apeil 13. Ko. of applicants, - . " " eertiiicates rranted, ; '14 .',. ; of4 ma contiauance 4 '. m ' 12 , . ' Rejected, " who failed In Oi tbonraiiliv. . m- - grammar, '..-- . ,. 44 ' Arithmetic, ."W- .'-- "Geography, i 6TH IXAMIKA.TIOX, HELD APRIL 20. . Noof aotilicanta. -13 " certi fixates rranted. i . " " .. " of I a,- continuance . ' a . , .." . . 18 .t " - u . ' 12 u u G KeiccW. 6tK IlCaMIBATIOK, HELD APEIL 27, " ?fo. of annlicants. " certificates crantei " of 24 mo. continuariae I 4 " at -:. Jg ' . -' .4 '- 12 44 44 it i o 44 rC, .-Local Notices, r.f K.jiree 15 cent per line tret insertion. ten ctM. per line each eubtcqucnt ineertion. Xew Establishment. Mr. X. B. Tyler has opened a Gunsmith Shop in the brick block on Liberty Street, opposite Wis. I I s curiae factory, Such aa establish ment has been long need in this plaoe. and Mr. Tvter has fittedup in a manner that will enable him to accommodate the public with about everything in his line. May 8, 1867. Music Lessons. Mips L. G-. Dow will give lessons on the Piano and M elodeon.in Kinsman and adjoining towns, commencing the first of May. Is also Agent tot selling Pi.nos aDd Mel- dsons Inquire at the Postoflice in Kinsman. Ohio. May H, ItSdMt -Those Mop Sticks at Freer A Smithi are patented. Thy re mtnufactard "way down east"aad are sold at 41 eta each, or $.1.50 per dosen. . ay8,lS67-tf. Change of Firm. The undersigned having purchased tLe entire interest of Uarmon Brotnera. m lot utt business, at So. 1. River Bloek. Warren. Ohio, are now ready to furnish everrthing usually kont in a dry goods house, at lote rates. May Stb,"67-tt HAPQCrJU A BROWS. . Teaclter'a Examination. There will be an examination for the teachers of Tromboll county, on eaoh of the following dayat faterday May ISth. and Saturday. June l.xh. There will be no other examinations till fall. . By order of Board of Examiners. J. J. CliLLUS. Secretary. Warren. May 8. 4t . Grand Concerts. The children's Musical Convention of Mecca, n .11 (i muI Ammfi on Thurrday and Friday Eves. May th and 10th. under the I .um.ml n Prof JiS. McQaiAHiK. Ad- iniff inN 9?.t4 Parties desiring Mr. McGranahan's services thi (rummer) season, please adtlre a early aa possible at Lindenville, U.,erA(UmsYuni. MayXtb. '67-1 1. Personal. , Ob Monday. ZTth day of May. 1867. onr citi zens will be favored with another monthly visit from the celebrated Phyician. Dr. i Jollie Mattocks, who has an extensive practice throughout Northern Ohio, Xhe Doctor s head quarters, aa usual, will be at the N ational Hotel, where he can be consulted during business i t . z. ti ... tw., in miml that consulta tions are free, ihe Dooter eures all forms of chronic Diseases, by the Analytical method of treatment which he has pursued witn ucvary : .c... -. II. will visit thu I1IK BUCVOM IVI "J . J ' . . place once a month during the presentyear. and would be happy to receive a can iruui penom sutfering under chronic diseases. May a. Iwi7-2c. A'otice All persons are can Honed against buying the Hum improved Sewing Machine from any but aarborixed agents, gold by Mr. Levi Sampson, Newton Falls. Miss Mary Gilbert. arminglon. kl .k... U ....... 1 Uitiir Unm klnrrncfL Weed and Domestic at the Snwi, Machine Koran, on Main 6l., in the Frame part of tbe GaskUl M ou-e May 8. 'ol-Sw E.S. ADAIR. Agent Head quarters. For White Lead and Linseed Oil. lKa!tih.lb67-t - -, Free and Accepted Masons. Masonio Jewelry. Breast Pins and Key Stonei. . -i - f- Kf..t.p M,win, Mark Masons, tvoy- .i Ak M..nni,ni Knisht Templars. Kept in great variety and made to order on short notice ill Bkig'aon Maiw Street, due west from Old trie" Lodge Kooin. v aneu. vmu. May 8 th. 1-t. Wonderful Cures without riving medicine, performed by n t w K(...rt. w wnnM mention these eases for the encouragement of those that have given up all hopes of gaining their health. Mrs. Mary L. Able, of Johnson, 0.. diseased with fe male weakness, oould not walk far nine years at thnee. wsa oured wish, two visit! at br. J. Wortniorton Stewart's room a. She left off a sup porter which she had worn nine years- Annual Meetiu?. ' of tha Hartford Bible Society, will be held at the Presbyterian church. Sunday. May 19, 1807. at the usual hour of morn- ing service. All irienas oi iuoDiuir to be present. n aaarev to '"i"'; May 8. 1867. Tlr J. Wnrthinrton Stewart will be at the Ea gle Hotel, Mesopotamia, 0.. from May 21st un til 11 ay Slat. Charges are made aoeofding te the patient's ability to pay, and the poor come with out price. One Hundred llats. Of all sites, and patterns and th latest styles reoeived. Let all who will eome and see. ana those that wanteomo and buy. and be made glad fllay Bin, l-l at mrs. ruima m v t. Secret of Success. c - mM rr Knn'nM in life, amid every encouragement, and alter a very short career, u ..m -wi in miitmanarement. Such men are generally above their business, and have a natural dislike to either mental or physical la bor. There is anouer ciara oi men in life, not under the most flattering prospects. k... u.. .n.at..r mGnrt and narneveninee. with mn indomitable mil to overcome every oUtaclc. seldom t-.i - Nnmemna are u. eaaee o .ao l.it.T riautrintion. and standing prominent among them is that of the New tnglano i-noio- ward of a lifetime study of the b?Sutiful art at No. 15. Market Street. Warren. 0. Go to the New ingland Photographio G"rj. for Tour best work. "- May 8. ia-7. a r vn:i.Tin.,w nr J.mejttnwn. T7. Y.. had fitteeventernycare, took two persons to hold her wnen in me spasms; was curai u. .nv .u.u Dr. J. Worth lngton atewan. Thomas Crocks, of Poland. N. Y.. cured by T. t u'...,n.tiin fiT.a.rt with two treat- me"ats,'of Dyspepsia, whioh he bad four years, hi eatiur raw aork in the army. H e gained 32 pounds in four weeks. These with many otners can reiwiw "The eyes that shone. Now dimmed and gone. How many bright eyes, that one shone the merry light ot ine nousenom, uiuimeu iui. auu ...m i thai .mViru. of death. Parents, if you would keepihat light to ebeer your homes, ar ,h.t fnt.i (iiKiujie as sooa as it fastens upon your loved ones. Head the advertisement of Itr. J. W. Poland's White Fine Compound, ana then being forewarned be also forearmed. irmlarhe. Tha brain and stomach are -very intimately connected, consequently a dis ordered stoma"0 peoioces neaaacae. yiwiuwc, Vertigo. Ac. COh'S DYSPEPSIA CUKK wiU certainly correct the Stomach, and assist diges tion, thus removing the cause of these troubles. -Tl. ... .ninmknH Mm tA H O.in W LIT. and the people are refusing to buy wortniess preparations as neretoiore. xney now wira the good and leave the inferior. When they p.tt.r. lUr-e salect Constitution, for they have proved themselves to be the beat and only Bitter that ought to be used. . ... Seward s Uouga uure always giTeeaiuuacuuo. How to get a KIce Suit of! Clothes. Tha -thin is done easy as ""rolling of a log." ;r.. Vn Tkis ia how: Put a few "Greenbacks" in your pocket it takes but mall amennt at the cheap store of Bsbsstein A Podolakt. next floor to m i,aio con Bank, on Main bu and call on this firm and they will dress you out nicer and better than any other bouse in town ior tue same luuucy. May i, 1607-tt. John SI. Stall a- Has removed his Isw office to the room over Harmon a Brown's Store. Hirer Block. Alain Street, W arren; Ohio. May 1. 18d7-tt. a ---a.awsfa4Sfc-safsnn Merchant Tailoring. ev 4 IT. w..sa smm-m! thm larT.CM of Mr. Kd- vaid Hadcliffk. late cutter at Harmon Broi.. aa vnw M ritS si n t Tailorinr Deoartment. and are able ti furnish suits of the beet cut. make nH material, promptly to order. G'Ve us cZli. hi&MXiuIS A PODOLSKY. aiay l-u. - T. Plows. "Plows, Plows. by L. By The beat steel Plows in market at D. II. Bax- ggrr'a. opposite the Baptist Church. Warren. May 1. 1867-tf Pocket Book Found. On Sunday. April 21. 18ti7. in Warren. It eon t.in. Mm. money and paners. The owner have it by properly identifying it. and paying cos trot adverti.ing. tiy caning at tue lb.uh;l. ofnee. May 1-tf 303. 26 II vsa ri-ia nsed 303 Couch Svrun T If not it and if it don't prove all wo claim for it, will return you your money. UOY'r.STKAlTON A HAPGOOD. May 1. 1867-tf. 3 12 8 - WHh a set of flxay'i Tnioa Charts person can cutoutas good afitting suit of clothes of any style, asany tailor. Agents wanted. Address. UNION CHART COMPANY. Jiay J.-tf Orangeville, Ohio, II. C. Taylor TTaa nmnaj hia P.nrh.r phoD to tb. pi. ant room in the basement of the River Block. under ilarmon Co's Store. uenuemen, give ac (April 24. 0 TTe are forced 0 11 18 Tn rail the attention of Talkers and Mothers n.w atwik of Voath'aand Children 'a Suits- Jacket. Pants and Vest attached to each other or detached as may be desired. There are neat- 1. m.fU and will certainly please. Very much trouble aad anxiety will be saved to mothers their use. New Room of BEED A ADAMS. 1 Furniture! -3 6 6 Jiotwithstanding our Into disasters, we have complete assortunmt uf Furniture, unscathed fire or flood, that we will sell at low figures. and look at it, at the o d stand. Ttruesdell a towxsexd. Warren , March 6, '67. Local Polices. Local JfoHeet 15 eenlf per line first ineertion. ten ei. per line ck emlirquent ineerticn. County Treasurer's Xotlce. The oKeo of the Treasurer of Trumbull Co. will be open on and after tbe 13th day of May. 1867. for the collection of the instalment ol Taxes due June 20, 1867. ..., EDWARD HAY El Treasurer of Trumbull Co. 0. No Mores Jaonopolles ! So More lOO per cent. Profit, But first class Ourlom Tailoring to be dona in Warren as low as at other places. . . W take pleasure in informing the citixens of Warren and vicinity that we have secured the services of Mr. C Ueckl'SGIk, a gentleman of rare taste and long experience in the CuMom Tailoring Department, together with the services ofaeveral lirst class Journeymen Tailor: We shall at all times keep a full and complete assortment of Frenek. (jtrman. and American Cloti. Oaeeimere: Doemkint. Yeetinoe. d., and shall make ' o or epecial object lo make only jirtt elate As we combine ourtwo departments of Cloak Making and Custom Tailoring iu one. we pro pose to offer epecial iivlucemente with which it will be impossible for those having but the one branch to eompete. We respeetiuliy solicit a can irom ouroiu pn rons and all in search of first class work at rea sonable prices. A.K. AJSDRWSE0SS. May i, iboy-u. Seed Oats. A prime article of white and black can be had at CAMP'S FlAIUKiau MILiU. Free of Charje. A. VmA .nN.hD . thu Tsland Mills. will be delivered free of charge to any part of town. AlDU,ilAUlLlUa.lu. May 1. 1867. - Ladles can Find Just what they want to trim the children's clothes with, bv colling at Harmon s ftouon Oount-r. Silk. .Velvet and Metal Buttons. Cot Various ton elvet kiddob s ui an wiuioi- Kf-aiils Kurltles Ac. All useiui ana u preuy. Will be sold at haif cost, next thirty days Mayi.iaoi ow. IIot-Bcd Plants. r.KKao-n "Farl and larze Early York" "Jersey Wakefield." and"Winning3tadU" To matoes tarly Mnootu nw. iarge emu'iui Red." "Large Yellow." "Tilden." "Cook's fa vorite." "Early York" and Fejee Island." Large Krturt Uaulinnwer. lieu t-epper. Cabbage "Premium Flat Dutch." Drumhead Savoy." and "Lartr late Dlood red, lellow Kansemoni Rweel PuUtoes. For sale by aprl7 7w West Warren 2,000 Bushels Hfirh. Amhitr wheat iust res d. from which that superb flour is being made. Call and get a barrel. aifiu,iiAjiiiiiv.i a. April 17-u. The Best Is the cheapest. We warrant our white wheat flour, the best brand in this market n . April li-U itLtn. UAJlliUi a ve. If you want . iitJt t.m. wYiIIm wheat flour, use Camn'l Can be bad at M. & U. Bacon's. C. M. field'. or at Camp's Mill, Wavne Countr Corn. Nona nicer or better in tbe ftate. uan oe naa at CAJif I Wtauiu bilu Corn Meal. Pure yellow. None better in market. .Cheap at CA'jtP'S flouring mill. Weddliisr Bonnets. A solenoid wedding bonnet can always .be found al G W Messer s new store on m"i Street, between Iddings A Morgan, and H Stiles a eon "f1"-""- Moarnln-r Bonnets. Persons wishing mourning bonnets, should ull .k.millin.f-vjMtttKliahmmt ofG W MeS- ..r on MarketStreet. between Iddings it Mor gan, and H Stiles A Son. April 3-Sws. em lie Timothy and Clover Seed. New lot of Prime seed just received. HOYT. tTR TTOS fc HAPGOOD. For Sale Cneap. Three G rover a Baker Sewing Machines near ly new. and mpertecioraer. Appiya IiO. 1, nitis xloi;a.. nwiwivmw, April 24. '67-tf. 1S6-7. Fresh Garden beeds. . We never keep seeds over, but send back at the close of tbe season, ana oniaiu ire. a ones again in the spring. . . aariy namei v airai. x cm ; .n.iupw. England Peas; Prince Albert, earliest variety ; iT-.i. K.nt ? Larre White Marraufatdo. Field Peas by the bushel: Top Onions by the beshel. Prime Timotny, Red Top and Uover Seeds, at No. 5, River Block. 1 . 1 LV. V. .. '. TJ., .T.H.1 April -di. isoi-ll. Annual Meetlna;. The Anrnal Meeting of the BrooVneld Bible r- . : :ii 1 1. .1 At in, kr.ihmnin L.nurcn. fin. l 18C7. at the usual hour of Divine service. All friends of the Bible are in vited to be present. An aa'iresa bh m ui- ed. G15U. U. alfiiU&tiu, Agent. 30,000. T.nt Thonund veal and Deacon skins wanted by M'Lain A Ward, we will pay the mar- L . M LAIN A W AnU. I .nnen a x,eatner ueaiera. uouer uiuvuu- vell'e, 2d door south of bmilh x ju. bombs. March 6. 1807-tl 1st National Bank of Warren, Winn. 0 March 26.1867. TTMJ.n r,r ta Auiuii issue of 7 3-10 Treasury Kr.. .,.K., ihcm for II. 8.5-20 Bonds bearing gold interest, on presentation at tfiis Bank, on reasonable terms. March 27. 1867-imo. . - por gale A mod Hotel adjoining the grounds of tbe A. dr tt . w . r. v. urangeviiiD. uuiu. , Mar. 27. lbo7 tf . A. 1. J u J w. Try it. A tl.r,t;. Mills y4? Red Wheat Flour, a rood article at $15.50 per bbl. can be had at al. a U. Bacon's. C. M Fields'. Freer A.Sm.th'sor at UAJlr a t jjutaiju jui ui.. Ground Feed From $10 to $2.25 per bun dred ewt., at CAldP'S ILOURING MILL. V. B. All orders by mail or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Seed wheat. Good spring seed wheat nbabe.a at LAdlr O jljUU mv Ji a s-aj Beed & Adam's are opening; I Elegant patterns of Silk, Linen and Cotton Suspenders. - A Stock of Beautiful Cloths. Tricots, Suitings and Cassi- meres at the the Jiew store ivoom oi AZtBtij ac n ai n. Kew and aobbjr a a Styles of Gent's and Boy's Hats at rvr.Hii ei aiajaj. Feed, Feed, Feed. All kinds of Mill feed at tbe Island Mills. t April 17-t- -. - - rta-at Flnur. You will And prime Bye nour at per db. the Island Mills. apnui-i.- rnra nsd flat a. Oats. Corn shelled and in the ear. at tee isu.au Mills. April 17-tf SDrlnsr wheat. a (Is t. tb. island asms ior your oie. '"a April 17-U. Ifnora- All sites good breeds ior sale at uiauu m. iv. AprU 17-tt. For Pasture or Tillage, Two or three lots of good rand in and near 10 for rent. Knquireat uiiaunieeor 01 Save S5 percent can By leaTing your order for tha t vs Si Mayl.lsoi-u. Good Rye Flour, For $10 per barrel, at CAMP'S MILL. April iv try we White Shirts, nil.mi'i Hose. Eraui'ito patterns Searis. Knots and Xiesjust received at the April 10. o. xiuuju. For Sale. T..Tien Rhubarb or Wine Plant Roots, either ainrlv or bv the hundred. fc. F. DICKKY. 'Warren Obi.. Apniisi, iso-ow. AiXWPEaFtEFOTIU:Dfcmcn by a Pkal.a's uiS'ifht BlMDsiats Ceraia ".-Via-hl BlHmiaf Creoav. us 1 Pkalea'a Fba.t.B'e night BlMBBiag Ccresu. I Pfcal.B'a 44 Night Blo.naiaa Cereal I Pkal.ai'a "Xigmt Blatmlai Cereosf a einnislte. delicate, and Pragrwit Perfum,' lai. rrnni tna rarw ion i", " which it takes iu name. Manufactured only by by Call PHALOV & eOJT, New T.rlu . BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS. ASK FOB PHALON'B -faax. w i"""" wn i Smith's Drug Store g t-j a va Xo. 10 Market St vvuaaca.v. ESTABLISHED IX 1S61 EDWARD A. SMITH, Prop LIQUID ANNATTO. For Cheese Colorinr. a prime article, for mi, at SilllU b UttUU SiOKK. LAMP CHIMN1ES That dont break by heat. Enquire for a Lithridge Flint Olafs Chimney, and you will get it. at SMITH'S I)RU STORE. EXRTA DEEP GOLD LEAF. English Steel Graining Combs, at ' SMITH'S IU0G STORE. TMTHRIDG'E'S FLINT GLASS XJlampchimsies "that dontbrcak with heat" all sices, at SMITH'S DRUG STORE. REED & CO S DYE COLOKS Howe Steven's do . do Dadds Nervine Hnstetters Bitters in One Do'lar Bottles. for Bneteiiers enter. gM, 1U -s D1U:tl ST0RE. DR. CHAUSSIER'S EMPRESS for the Hair, just received, at lor me "" JgMI rU'S DRUG STORE CEDAR CAMPHOR will destroy Moths, for sale at will QeswoySMITli.s DRUG STORE. "Come Folks Cant Sleep O wight" AU such should use "Dodos Nervine," it caa DgJj's DRUG STORE. CLARK'S INDELIBLE Pencil, I ifr.r marlrinc Linen Ae. One pencil will mark 1500 arucler. for sale at CTrTMr DdailU tJ aM,u nVTEW CROP Tl.'iw A iiTvA lot choice Weitern Timothy just received and lor taiecy. cmttit T7AIIEST0CK'S Pure hitcLead J- aeanin. Bock Le.a Brooklyn Pure Leai. DtOKrrs rahnesloekX loo Haled run Hack. ISO Cans Atlantic 80 Kegs auid Cns Brooklyn pare. Also 50 Cans Lead of lower grades and various brands from Three DelUrs and upwards per can. Those aooul to puiyuw i" wofk, will nnd everytuiog w are invited to call bef"re purchasing, and en Suire pric: at SMITH'S DKUU STORE. XTEW CAKOLINA EICE. Prime Rio Coffee, at 28 cent! per pound. TniNECUT. P One Dollar will buy one pound First Quality Chewing xcwoeo. 0aaa a a aa w " mm SPANISH FLOAT LNDIGO. Ll rv. uut i. leanest. For Dyeing or clothes Blueing, buy SVllJViSiuJ'i-nuia' ish Float. at SMITH'S DRUtl STORK. II a large assortment, and low prices wiaj be found at OdllLU " ' . . " " " R. HALL'S HAIR RBNEWKK Dr. Hall's Pain Cursor Instant Belief, Dr. Ha.1'! Cough Balsam. at -..-, rFheBest TwoDoilar loun4? uy- X son Tea for $1.80. at CTnss QJ111U kJ Vu uv. Try the Vermont Rat Destroyer. It will effectually exterminate Rats and Mice KWrVT" BOX HU1U IB vT i I sail iwsi per box. for sal. at Bmrws DRrJG gQRE. mn HOUSE KEEPERS J. Pure New Castlo Bl Carbon aU of Soda. toreuiniary porpw- ctopT! Sail A A A. SJ vaauu av w Eefined Yellow ! C tewart's 25 Barrels just reeeived and for f-ala ta Wanti Ueito suit' at SMITH'-J DRLG STORE. A COUGH, COLD or SORE THROAT Knuiri immediate attonOon, ud bould be Hall's Cough Balsam, direct influence to the affected parts. gives immediate relief -for . a, e , Cm. A AAA S3 X'Aawa itTTATTGB IN PRICE. I I T ..It:., .lsawsan fll hTM of the bert. quality German Chemical bo.p for On. jjoilar. - xA AAA-r wa".-"- HAGAJN'S magnolia halm.. For beautifying the complexion, and re moving freckles. CTriBC OJaA AAA tavAviju m v TESTATE OF SPENCER PAR- Mis rave JUJ "'A v.J V... H.ln annolnted I n O UUUCISlBUtri uh a. ' .wi n.iifil aa Kxecuinx on tbe Lstate ol Spincer Parsons, lata of Harttod. Tra-tall County. Ohio, deo'd. NAJSCx PAKOOAS. Hartlord. May 1. iooi.-m.' iv JOHX-E.NO YES' SEW SYSTEM or r.TTTTTNG GARMENTS. mHlslN VEjNTION conBista of rtiffcrent Plates. -.i r- i .a. ,nH Mies Dresses, every si. Style and rafhion. No. 2. Cuts.Boys Fancy pants. JJinereni ouin -No 3 Cut Boy's Fancy Coats, different sues .nJi..ih.ii not least No. 4 Cuts the most oerfeet fitting Shirt m the woria-some- tbiDE tQat every gen-ciuia Dia. rn e,rn it in a few minntes. W e Rive 7 - . i ah.ni .1 It a. V7 s AflV all instruction free of charge. Price Persons desiring to become Agents, orobtainiug a swaanrsi wariiiea iur tuvru auwaa plates, will please call at me jjew establishment of Miss L. A. Powers, over Aiaee & Little's store, i"-" 04-V.VJi'' i.-t aties ii. a.s w xika. May J, 18C7-tf QHERIFFS SALE of Personal Li Property. Mariah 1 ackaon onvgGeorgeS.FeldenASon. " T" H..85- beldeU mmon Pleas. . It ursiit II mmia It- t- U 11 Pj.mmmi PI Uy virtue oi two omemoi 'a . ..ia in tha above named .UHU "-i'.r' . ind delivered. I shall oases. uv ,--"-rT--. v .. ,h. ..c, tn nnniis aaia a. fuwv. . -.. ,u ... r-.--r- . ..1 T,,mh. and townsDip oi ganvii,w.i SiVA ww th, 2d day of Slay. 1867. n k-.. tk. koan sf 11 A. M. and o'clock P. M, of said day. Personal Property, to witrOne hundred and forty, thousand (1W. COO) 6taves. Appraise at -u per S.fc .SA LAIKD, Sh'ff. V arren, V. Apru ii. ibui A TTACHMENT. J Javed K. Cook. vs. The Meoea Oil Com pany of Philadelphia, in tue "Jouri oi WB ' ti i T k..1l rtnnlv. ilhlO. mon 1 A.uujw. - .... .. . . . - Tbe Mecca Oil Company of Philadelphia, a foreign corporation, is notified that on tke the tn uay oi April, toui, i. Hnnrt his Detition arainst B.. lOUIk. Blew u 7. --- - - , , , saVd Company, asking for jadcuent fur $lb IR micron aawaaa ansa"" accounts for work and labor, one in favor plamtia. anu iu .u rr.rjr.Ti- Coggswell. and assignea to piainiiu. ln.Td.rnf attachment has bee. issued ineaid cause, and the action will Be ior neanng a. "i" aid Coort. Defendants is requireu to answer k. the iSXJl day OI J une, leoi. tj t r 1 HITTC111NS A QLIDDE2T. Mt1.1?67w Plsintfts Att'ys. CJHEHIFFS SALJS amea M. Dicker maa. ei aa. Vompaoy. " "..--rrrrr i- .il.,-hment in Xrumouu uhbiwni . iued out of the Court of 0"T,J "f'i . X Mir la. at the ioulh door of the Cour. Uoase. in w arren. UTtycu, A intvtttiapvavr-w- 1 Co.. Onio, on w waiter kutnrdaT. lbe 1st day of June, 1867, i . . ak kAnriaf An And ttirM O tSlOCK. m, of said day. the following described Real "oilualed in Mecca towasbip. Trumbull Ohio, described as lollows. to-wit : Bouoded the north by lands of Isaac Powers, on the ea-t by lands ot isaao iooa. anu iu '." - Mecca to Baieita. being the center road, on the south by 1-nd of Henry Wagner. On Ll' . wc '- ' ' . , ing ninety acres, more w ra serving ten acres neretoiore noimo . ""'": beioe eirhty aerts, more or less, (fee record deeds. Vol. 7L pages 416a41iJ Appnusca J1W per acre. eru.. SberiFs OBce, Warren. O. May L lbo-ot of TVTOTLCJfi. 1 Henry W. Husk, (residence unknown) will take notice, that his wife. Olive M. liuik. a;a n the 6th day of April A. D.. 167. file petition against uim iu m. i !.. . i...k.,l f!nnnt (Ik n rll.rtini with gross neglect of duty, and willlul absence from her for three years last past, and praying l. - from him.' and to ke decreed custody of their children Maggie and Kate, f... .ihmnnv. Said eause will be tor hearing the next term of said Court Bv Birohard d Jtaaign, her Atty 'r. AprU 10. lbo7-bw. A HillN ISTRATOR'SvS ALE f in pursuance of an order of the Court .TT. u .. rtf T.Nmhnll I'nnnlv Ohio, made .K.K.h dav of April. 1S67. 1 shall, oa tbe day of May,lS67,at 2 o'clock ia the afternoon, oa tbe premises in the township of Johnson, said County, sell to the highest bidder, the . .. . . U . ; .. t A n.l.W lowing Ileal wiaw. --' "D r;ii v. L Jackson, dao'd, to-wit: Known as west of Lot N o. 2s), in socond u ivi.;D of Lots iu Johnson township, and bounded north, south, and wett by original lot lines and east by of same lot. owned by King A Currie. contain ing blty acres Aeruis ail vayuieu. wag caeh ia hand, the balance in one year. f of Andrew L. Jackson, dee'd. Mayl.1567.-4t. ! i .r GOOD NEWS ! TTTinT ntttwh C.&-K TiV. MORE iv"'1 " " . . v man can uress nimseu rBsowman l.h- .ji h... - t- . . , ,k k; . II that be has, to pa, for hi. wardroKe-and many have been ,b Bt w. Uurt os.'Ses nlice and makeover to avoid pevio the enormou prices for el;ithinc. But we uusi inoae iubvi n.v? nearly Passed iwa. and that we are now back almost to the old standard pricos again. -'! We have just moved into . . . . r . . 1 . i. : - cl. OUR NEW ROOM WHERE WE CAN V V JrAnhlnKiKirrHinaetablT this ftonnr. Most Complete Stock of Goods ever displayed to tbe people in Trumbull County, and we trust our friends will appreciate thu fact by giving us a call when in wantof anything in our line, as we are always ready ana wil ling to show our goods, whether parties wish to purchase or not. We have Opened a Beautiful Line of Piece Goods, Which cannot fail to ple.ie. Our stock of HATS CAPS was never more eompleta-embra-eina all the LEADING Sli'LKS of SILK, CASSIMEEE & SOFT HATS. In CLOTHS cfc iur special attention, as we warrant every nd. make our bett bow to our patrons and ice of tbe verv liberal patronage we have unproved iaoilitiod, and fast increasing business, INDUCEMENTS TO CASH TIIAT CASXOT SA.IL TO CIYE Do you want a good fitting Custom Suit I Do you want a tasty Ready Made Suit! Do you want the best style or uat or tap : Do tou want the best fittinsr Shirt? Do you want the best Taper Collars ? Do you want to trade where you can REED & ADAMS' One Door South of Jl'Conihs & Smith's Corner. Main Street, Warren O. The Western Mammoth ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO., op cinchotj.ti, onio. - Security - - Net Profits 18GO, (UuiO.) - 6140123 THOMAS SHERLOCK. President. AV.B.CAbSILLY. Vice President. - - . TUB ENTEKPKISElNSUlCAJNtJK UUJifAi vsi uuni-". . Ohio- - ?- '.-."-l !? .!? S l1'??!" Ztt?C?uiZ. Company in America. Doing n ny. and ia comparison to the liabilities, greater, hence it looks to tlie west tor toe pairouaga Uou! and keeping the profits at home m Dr. A. P. 1.TEEPLS. General Agent. May 1. 18u7-3m GOOD NEWS ! ! WELCOME.- TUAJN XiA.i: ,.v. - ' . I.;, r.. .nd wuaoui iiinn . ON MAIN STREET SHOW THE O - SSIM - EJinSS yard of cloth we sell. We sT;1. the public and tekethh method to aolioit a heretofore en joyed, confident that wita moon we are able to offer BUYERS OF CLOTHING, EST1RE SATISFACTION. Do you want a Knoby Neck TSe or Scarf t Do you want a nica Stock or Cravat T Da von want Cloth for a Suit of Clothes T Do you want goods at .Reasonable Prices T t - . . i r. , : i A 1 1 will, . uo you waub w i ij " rely upon what is tola you r Fire Insurance Company. -' 3,000,000. 2fcp n V r Vi .BYK02 CARTLR. As t oec y. - -v i.n,Tir. V-rrXT rXf A TI .wio :.' ;;. than any C.aiW IITa b. fni eom- ' ' a Trrom.on O G. MINER, Agent, Niles. O. 1 ' 4 t ... t of 1 1 P. Co.. on -fmm ol at her him the and at on 21th in fol- part s. part JAMES T.BRADY & CO. (Dealers in Government SecuiiueB, Corner 4tli and TTood Sts. Pittsbiirsh, Pa. R HAVE FOR SALE -XllJi ITewjSIx Per Cent. -r !.. r PnfiTlTania Free from all State. County and Municipal Taxation. 5 Ybar Bonds 1011 102 10 " 15 103 Theseratesare liable toehange: Tbe Five Xeair BONDS having risen, since laey w. i" mrket..'4 per cent. , tv,;,..1. Wewillsell tnese jiouas a. wwwi -- nhia Prices, thus saving to buyers toe Charges or Comwission. Airil IT. 1867 -lOt. Gold and Silver. The Great Decline in Gold ENABLES us to offer Solid Silver Spoons at only a small advance on old pri ces. iNow is toe time lor tnoso wuo v. waiting for Silver to To buy. We bav. a splendid stock mae from coin, and warranted pure and full weight. We do not charge extra for engraving Silver Goods, and do it in as good style as it can be done in. New xork. or any oi we x.asiern Cities. Re-nember the place VAUinui at nLaniii. Market Street. Warren. 0. THOSE NICE AND TASTFUL baby carriages, are on band at ADAMS' BOOK r-TORE. and the prettiest borders for your parlor, that you can find in town. DISSOLUTION of PARTNER SHIP. The co-partnehio heretofore existing between I. N. Nnland and J. H.Wi son. under the firm name of Noland I A W llson. was dissolved on the I6ih day of March. 18o7 by mutual consent All accounts will be set. led by J. ii. W ilson at his store in Oreene, T. N. MOLND. May 1, 1867-3L J.ll. WILSON. H ORSE RAKES! T .m ollinie Wheel and Revo.ving Horse Hakes at wholesale and reta'k Also. Churn Powers. Churns; Fork and HoeTlandles. at mv Factory on 'Juinby Mill. Sawing, Planing and Turning done on short notice. AprU 1 1: am uii.i.jiih.. Gentlemen's Black. White and Colored .''g0 tie TMIM.A BKOWN The Queen fJ of a Sewing Machine, just out at t ' """'" n, ,. , p,.nt : STORE. TTTALL PAPER ! Wall .Taper i : .V n.. u.m,h, in.t reeeived at his Book Store, over Three Thousand foils of Wall Pa- Shades and Curtain Fixtures, dont forjet those eleeant window cortices, that add so gr.'atly to the euact 01 naaojouie iutuuuii. m A r.NOLD'S INK. V We have a good supply of all sites of this celebrated Writing Fluii always on nanu uarts.Pints. UaU pints, and 4 01 bottles-war- uZtf-T PORTER'S B00KST0RB TESTATE OF JONATHAN tr Pj WILLKR. dee'd. Notice is hereby given. t"Lai the undersigned hss been duly fPn'oted w .,.! n ihaa.ti.ta of Jonathan G. Miller, late ot re.Tow4aih5.lrumDU E.1WUII 1. ' - . ... . ... s 1 . 1 .1 May 1. 1867-it . ACADEMY OF MUSIC 1 JOKJlALi AT MEADVILLE, PA. rpHE EIGHTH TEHM OF THIS I t mill Anmn-.finee Julv 2d. and IL.Ml.,1 'uu . . . - - coutmueeignv o"."""; tunities to those desirous of preparing them 4 ' rn..x.N n.Tuehera of Music in all iS Branches. By the liberality of the Board of tb. Principal will be able to present Two Fast ScaoLASSMirs to each County mObto. i " .-A f.,nv of the Western Coun ties of New York. For circulars, giving fnll in formation as to Clssses, lerms. Location. Kpute ot Travel. Lectures, and general particulars. 8jHWKRKras,Pridpal. r..at Imnra a Perkins. 4 Brojmo Street, New York' May 1. 1567. 2m. rpHEY SAY SHE'S PRETTX They say she's pretty, that her eyes - Are sparkling as a gem, ' - She moves aa graceful as a queen W ho wears a diadem. The fairest How are that deck the rale. Are not more sweet to view. They say bWs more than lovely f. . . V. ; . lr .4.1 . 11 11 ? This new song, is a taking thing and bound t0MayV LoT1"' ADAMS' BOOK STORE. N EW SONGS JUST OUT. Deborah Dean. " Outside her Window, They tell me I n quite forgot, I built a biidga of fancies. Be sure yoa call as you pass byo. A TTACHMENT. A ill .t' V. Tiliclr .( C.a. vs. John Snrink- Before John Cramer, Justice ofthePeace of lluhbard Township. Trumbull County. onio. "V".L.iiii...ni 1..-.I a 11. 1.7. ii4 Jus tice issued an order of aiuwhment in the above action, lor me turn oi oue muiun V VisV fi.. dollar. H.B.CAi?!', Attorney for Piaintin. Youngstown, Msy L lSS7-St . t TTACLlllET. i .ri .u:..... vs John Snrin ke?" Before John Cran-er. J otcj,of the Pae of Huhbard Township. TrumboH County. Ohio. 0o tbellth dsy of ApriH A. i). lSdi. said Jus tice issued an order ofattachnient in the above Sstion lor the sum of Two Hundred and Twen- t-fiv.doU-rV AttornetfopSainnir. youngstown. May 1st, ;so7-3t DRUG STORE, Refitted and Refilled! Xo. 5, Market Street. n EORGE H. EEED & CO'S DO ITmESTIC Dye. Also Howa Stevens 1 amily Dye Colors. BUCK LEAD, $3,85 per keg (See Advertisement.) Pure Carbonate of Lead, Superior to any other White Lead. See Guar antee of French, Riohards A Co. JEFFERSON LEAD, FRA.NKL1K LEAD, NEW YORK LEAD. Small Cans of White Lead and Colors. Oil, Varnish and Turpentine, Brushes, Putty, and Glass. A large atook of articles for aU whs wish to buy a good article for a bir price. Carbon, Lard and Neatsfoot Oils, FISH & SPERM OILS better and cheaper than any Samburg (Elder berry) wine in market. Also Madeira and Sherry, and XJUrt.I3 LIQTJOnS Por Medical use only. - TILDEN & MERRILL'S FL.UID EXTRACTS ESSENTIAL TINCTURES A POWDERS. Nichols, Powers & "Weightman'a FINE CHEMICALS, Shakers Herbs Pure Drugs G-OOX THUBSSS, SUPPORTERS. SHOULDER BRACKS, and various instruments for Physicians and Sur geons. A full assortment of Salves, Plasters. Lamps, Lanterns, Chimneys, YANKEE NOTIONS, W TT naiCeaTalB. O Will itxi AlUBtT7t UtVIVSa Mlk Buuutui, ftnd Velvet (cotton) Ktbboa, naa .inn.i i TtT Mi n Tr..: ni.. Walleu, very tow, to cica out la stock. Tea, Coffee & Sugar, spices, ' - SOAP, . . ..- . WASHING SODA,- PERPUMKRY and a variety of Fancy 'article. FRUIT EXTRACTS Peaches, Raisins, Citron, &c Foutz's Condition Powders, LEHJOH t FROXEFIELDS 4 . Oattlo rowaora, Piw;.. Tlnainta fllud and instruetions riven for their use. Orders from the country solicited. W e hase a large stock of Tobacco, Cigars, & Notions- which we offer very Cheap. UARMO.X. May L 1867. NEW STORE AT NJLES, P. J. THRASHER 70ULD AaNOUXCE TO THE v f eitiiens of Kites and Surrounding coun try that be has just opened a in the room lately oocuptetl by Yftnng A rrear. where he will keep a general assortment of DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Boots c? shoes. HATo, cjj)YMAI)ECLOTHTNfl. 01NlNTaa ribbockpet. OUaCIaOXaS.As. A'so a very fine Stook of Moalawy. Ievaa aa! A.ti.ua gesseraUy. The publie are invited to call and examine his Stock. and they will Sad prices as wesone bl.an,.hhousa. mASHX. 5Ues. May l.lS67-6m. OEOTilEPa doa't ro out to-nigbt. JL) A spiendid new tens apd chorus, dedisa- ted to tbe Uoou lempiars, just reoeivei a. May 1. lN7. ADAMS A GOOD & 2JEW COillCSO-G r Tm lU mrTiit rrirlout. llithe girls want this, to have a go(d time MM 1. WU ADAMS,' BOOK dVe. ) k -JCLIAX ! at FRANCE A'D TRADE. ' WUOLTESAtE MARKET Owes Wssfgait Bisisva Cwrncim, , , .: Wiiui L May 7.1867. i thai there is a gradual LtUingdown to their accustomed standard. Sold. 135. Silver, huge. 127. - small, 1C. rive-TwcntieOoW. VH - - W64.KT7X. W65.107J4.- Seven-Thirtiaa. (1st series) 105i. - - (2d and 3d series) 105 Compound Interest Notes. 1964. 117. - - 1865.111 In this market we have ao changes to ejoate. busiasee remaining at a stand poinb ia. oaiy h.nra ia in Butter. PROVISIOSS-Conttaue steady aaa nacnaua4- ed. POULTRY Bono In market. Bo quotations. GROCERIES Trade is fairly aotivo sad rio steady and im. B KAN 3- W bite $30 per bushel; ppt F3 fintnTSri. from dealera WHRAT-WhiU. $3.75J3J0: Amber. $3.40 Soring. No 1. $3.10. FLOUR-$HjO to $l.se. Ho ehange faa prioe. OATS Oat are firm at 60a. and ia good ra quesL ONIONS Seed $3- Tops $i.erbaskeL CORN Corn in rood demand $L10. " -DRIED APPLES t&i. market supplied. BUTT E& Fresh Roll Butter from 18 to 20e. Dull and weak. CHEESE Western Reserve in demaad at li4 and lfie. Market poorly supplied EGGS Supply faureasmc l20ea- LARD Country rendered. 14U3i HIDES See Leather Report. POTATOES 75 to 80 for ee aamoa. LOO for seed. TEAS $1.08 to 1.60 per chest. C0FEB 2434 per bag. GLASS See Hardware report. WARREX RETAIL MARKET. Waaaiv. 0 M ly 7. 1867. lr Barrol. I Floor White WhtJ9.IX Flour Amb. Wh't17.i Flour Spring Wh'U!.' Candles Tallow 21 do . bteanna do Star 51 M twee-Hsu White Lis 2. UiIm. Mr ami 90 White Fish. Salt 8.UU : do P. S. pergal4.0 '35 Syrup, e sua. lider Vii Per Pom Pork . Piokled B Carbom Tallow lendared 13 Lard, 1 Pine shi?cles th. 6.10 Beef beet cut Roeet W Uemloek. do tho.5.( 8usvk 13J I (Seed Unions, per qt. iO " Kough 12 Cabbage. flood 10 Hams 8 ig. Cured IT Linseed Oil. li Country 1 oarey -waope per vwu Side! - " 11 j $-US, Nails. 8d to 60 ,... 7J4,Shoru perewt J.15 Com. Bar Iron 5 ' Corn Meal, hotted per Nail Bod i 12X1 ewt z.o Carriage Snrinaa .Cora UeaL ubaited Soiar. BrownJii515 i perewt 2 60 Sugar, Coffe. 16 .overseed.4". twill iio riugar. Lrusoeali :;iimocay. 0 ti Cod Fish 10 Gardea . " S.hU Tied per 60 Whila Fish U dos Mackerel -a 1Z Oil Meal. ft ewt 1J7 Cheese letiBeiledUiL ,6u Smoked Halibut..lS W hite Lead waegaUa Rio f nfT.e SUl&.tt Potatoes buhaij W) Java Coffee Mib Neshaaooeks la Clitic Koaatad 64-r' not paw.Ma per Green Tea LSfrwiUL B , . .... W Hlu-kTea lJ.'Vial.TS f us Dialed 2C416 JapaaTea lUol,7ui Pruaea, Tarkisk SO .It .. ' i w Chlca f Cattle Market.- Chicaqo, May 8: Cattlx Beef Cattle quiet at $5,00 5,60 for stalk steers; f7,4s8,00 Ior ship ping lots. Moos JJU1U Sales at $0,371 gAGi tat .ed to choice grades.- " . . x oaaEr uuu ana ueavjr t . . Kevr York, Cattle Market. . .:K-"Tox, May 6. "BeceTpts Beeves, 4.591; aheep and lambs, 12,022; hogs, 116U The supply of beef cattle, tnouga larger than last week, was act larger than want ed, there being a good demand from batchers. ' The market assumed a nrmer tone, though prices, excepting for extra, show no material change. Extra sold at 18ffilc4s; prime do, 1 18c. first quality, 1 1 Jc; fair to good, 16 (a; 18c; inferior, 15g,liiao. Tbe market for sheep and lambs con tinues with light receipt, and is tolerably active and firm at previous prices. Sheared sheep sold ail the way from 7J10Jc; voolad. 9 to lie, . .... Consequent upon the marked falling off in receipts, ana improvement. u. su"' ty offering, a lrmer feeling has prrvaibd in tbe hog market. Prices advanced Jo, the market closing firm at tha improve ment. About 12 car loads at tha 40th street yards ''his morning sold at 88Jc for heavy corn fed, and 7c for light aad medium. ' ' ' l, . . ' Cleveland ITholeiale Market. . . Max 6. Trortt Steady and Urtn at Saturday's advance; market rather quiet. We quotes City-mads XX spring, from Ho. 1 wheat, Sla.50; da da from 2.'o. 1 wheat, $15.00; XX red winter $17,00; white winter S19,- 0021,00. Cooatry brands Irregular. W'hiai-Steady and firm; stocks light and demand moderate. Sales 2000 ba No. 2 Milwaukee spring at $3,05 from store. Coax .Receipts large and market hard ly so firm. Sales 3 cars asw shelled from store, on spot, at $1,13 closing with free sellers at $1,12- Oats Firm, but dulL Sales 1 car No. 1 at 72a - Posx Quiet and steady. Ko. 1 cfty paked Mesa at $23,00; JSo. 2 do do $22, 00; Clear $25,00. Laas Quiet and nnchanged; city-rendered 14c in firkins and lSJc in tierces; country-rendered 1212Tc Smokbo M bats Steady, and demand good. Sales 2000 lbs. Sugar-cured Hams, uncanvasaed, at 15c; 2000 lle da canvassed at 16c; 1000 lbs. uncanvassed Plain Bams at 14c: 1000 lbs canvassed do Tie; 1500 lbs Shoulden at 11c; 1500 lbs Dried Beef at 22c; Breakfast Bacon 15c; Clear rib Bacon 13c .. . - ... Bcttxr- Tbe marlret caednues very quiet, and weak at 2223c far choice Western Beserre; common grades do are nominal at 18(i20t ... . CHistii bemand moderate snd market steady at 816c for inferior ta choice new darry and lactory; no ui to aiaraea. - Daixs Aretae -Quiet at 99Je, packa ges included. ..' , , . Daiao PxaoHga Fina at 340e for peeled; 21 for unpevted halves; 17 for uopeeied quarters; 12c, tot mixed. - ' . PoTAlOKa Steady' Peachblowa 75c in car loti,- 80e from stora. - Nes bannocks 90c in car lots; 95c from store. , " Bxasa rirm at$3,0035 par ba for prima white. ' - : " ,: Sxxds Quiet Sales 25 ba Timothy at $3,25; Clover held at$10,50, - . -- Limx Steady. Water Linte. Akron and Oaa-ego, $2,00 per bbL. Whita Lime, Cleveland aad f rooaoai, t, id per oat.. Salt Steady. Pine $2,40;. Coarse $2,50... : . . vlv.Li , : ; :f 4a-afAwa-fwSa . . " Allegheay Cattle Market. Pirrssu sgb. Thursday, Mar lo7 Cattli The offerings of Catti. duruig th. week was not vary large. The demand was bos, hnw.Ter. afr astanaive lor ahiameota. Te arincipal bsMineee wa. tor hosae purpoeea. The aiira onarinwa van MS BaaaL all Ot' whOJ reported sold: 44U of which we ha,ve Ihe Us area for. the balaao. war. disposed el oa term, aot made public. The talaa aaa Ho lor ue pan two weeks were as follows i Acril 22 , 43V., r-M SO? Mar 1 ;, -" u4 TToan Thar, was nothing doa. worthy of no tice, pork, at least in the freea state, being out nt aaunn. A few hud o.lv ekaaged heads ...,... i MM tar Kuu-.hawiB. BMreosea. Th. transactions, together with the raxes, for the last two weeks were as follows ; April 25 , ISO .tf M Miy Zn-.r. 7 Ssgir the sales at the Yards this week were bareiy worsh noticing, beiag lees thaa eoe hundred head. Ihe rates van various, aatxs. ing a wide range. The medium uotawions were a shade higher last week 1 . April 2.-..,,,.-. JM " K' Tha Commissioners hare been able bring; a considerable number of tbe leadinr bravee of tha hostile Indian tribes, to a cou ncil. Tha aavagea de mand, aa tha terms of peace, a reser vation lareer thaa the Stat of Ohio, with a supply of arms, ammunition and provisions. The reply of the Coxn missioners, to be given tbe next day, not reported. For tha first time.'tba panel for tha Grand Jury of Judge Underwood's Court, tybici meat -next week in Rich raond, contains tbe came of colored men. On tbe 30th, near Dandaa, Minnesota, a farmer chopped off a neighbor's bead with bis axe, and attempted tha aame neighborly office for hi wife, but wa seized by ber sons. A, quarrel about i'" "J T.v ' CattlfJ the, 45, 00 w at W 50 to ia Tbe TTool Market. "WAL-rcii Baoww & Co HvKT u t- ,Woel Oaotrtait, bi Bboawat, . i The prices of Wool durirg the mrmtli of April Taxied but Kttle from previous rates. Manufacturers, owing to the coo -tinnrl bmitjwl damand for eoods, are still pursuing tha sama careful police of pur cbssins only forimBaediata tecessitiea. It is bow very evident mat were win m important revival in trade untU we are assured of good crops for tbe coming sea son. It seems to be spatially important to tha prosperity of tba country, that wa should tbia year reap a bountiful harvest- The wool trade waits for mis result, a a. promise is good, and tha feeling is there fore hopeful ; and as the season progreases and tha chance for failure diminishes, we look for a gradually iacraaaing demand for both goods and wool In this new we have not taken into account the prospect -of war in Europe, the immediate effect of which, would perhaps ba aafavorable, al though suUeauently it migm resun vo uur advantage. Ana true ousineau pvucj . the times is, undoubtedly, one of grt caution aad nrudanca. "Western dealer should purchase with great discrimination. keeping in mina a: ways wo vamoui in the Eastern marketa, and if they can not make a quick turn of it at home, con. sien to responsible parties wto will sell judicioosry aad promptly ; but we wouia not advise aay ane w iwy son who has not aU the advantages of means, experience and tha most raToraoi. Eastern' eonnection. - - - - If wool is carefiiUy selected, all heavy and badly laadlad parcels, either entirely rejected, or taken at a reduction in weight in proportion to their condition, and buy ers are particular to get the usual allow ance on all unwashed' fleeces, there will ba little danger of lose on wool trafcacti.:i.-. There is not likely to-be any material ! cline in wool and the market will arobnl-iy be sufflciently steady to admit of a ratviy profltable business in baying aad seilin,-. if pursued with the foresigo and care . have, indicated.. Tha stock ..of wool . i market is auite moderate, and the ci; -rent demand will gradually reduce, it, - that the coming season will open fkvorab: ' for the .receipt and prompt sale of eari .nsignmaD. - . . . . PBICE3 CfjRBENT OF WOOL at N. Y. r rr rjfcsisjftitf'Fii-ec-a. r ITit Yoar.MicmoA ab IsHxxi. Cboiee selected Barony PTeece'.. ., Saxony Fleece - 5Ti J0 Threar-quarterand Pull-bloed Meriao 56.fl Half-blood Flawax.. , 53ot Quartet-blood Pie . 0aio.Pgsa-sTLTAiA AgaTiaetxiA. Choiee SelKted Saaou Fleece . . , 70875 Saxony Fleece.- , filmol Three-.earter aad f u'l-blood Marine 57 0 Half-blood Fleece ,., .. . . . XS Ouartwr-blood 1'leece i.a.'a.Si Uaaoa Plaeoe- IIAHDWARE REPORT. '' " coaasoTio wgiacY'trr'4' " R. He BARNDTal Sc CO. ; 0. Xe. 11 Kawket Bd ITarram, . tlrra Axles, Com ow-all-ataeetxe " EaU Patent lOaplS Hon. SaAs...ii " - 3u.iJ Croae-eot Sawe.,; . u ; SCXSS156 per ft Linaawd OU ,. , ,,,.-,.- 1.34 per gal n..kAn n;i .I . I Lard OQ.(bee. , 1. 1 Benolei ... 1.. 50 Smith's No. 1 Coach Varnish 4.Q0 do ' ' do furniture Varnish hite Lad in Oil. 2Si L.roLa stock or cotasa. Baoil Metal... Ko. 2 Shovels No. iwuh. 'o. 1 . aa . 2Set l.fsXSlO l l:i,73erds . U,To do 17.2a . do r - T ota sei ots i da Intra do Stdis Horse Shoe Br Knrlish Cast Steel Cbalker's Axe Haadlas Fairbanka iwalea, . J..(lit) Hoe 9,50 8.00 .6?io Horse Sboee.. Rid. Powder. T. F. P. G. per keg Shot Oua do P. F. F. ' do-, do. Hoop Iron, l'ynch per lb , do do lh i inch Thimbl.Skeiaa, 3H by 11. par set HO Seat bpriags per j -t "m aj f nc,,'u M anilla Rope per 4 OlaasSxlO aer box - 5.00 6saae9xlSper bei.. .5.60 tiles eat to aH mm Daykias Wawr Ir .tie 09 Th. Iron Bum ha. haaaA unnsaallr brisk during th. past week, tiaveralof ta. Bill. hav. renamed operations at the old rates, euplayinr enhr saSeient foros ta work P the amoant of Orders oa hand. 7 C. Leather Harket. coaaacaaa waaxtT vr . TtvrT. a TTVT Ay 47.2T.X3. At A. M 'Conaells old Stand, Msda S t W arren. 0 Slaughter Sol. per B. A. Solo. , . : . St40e 13 a ta Finished Caliper French Calf perl Hai ii awe oer finished Upper) perdosea- J27.OtooO.uo ' HulMttrMa .aaiawaea. . 7'4se Hidaa 44 ream trimmed . . H ides Green trimmed, full ei llii2e Hides Vn runt.. jyettie Bides Dry Sail Jted. trwen tip Drv Kio ..Jot12o Dry Calf . iAJ0 Pelta. amah , ,,-...-. 6.-il.U0 Deacons 1.31150 Gruay aad damaged BiOeaaad SiJr to Hal. . - -- ' - - A good business has been doa. lathis market, demand being principally for free aad d.-ied ikina, - - ...... . , FAHWESTOCK'S WHITE, LEAD Warranted Best Lead Said. We also keep eliMpLatvl. Adf rytMAclm the paixt aivd il mi t ' '- " - - - " drugs, - :rVv-- ."'"dROOEBIES.- QAEDE1T SEEDS. ar-tbo. erfcyo. artbo. fo As Cheap as the Cheapest, Iloyt, StrattoT c. Oaps-eod ; 1 S. 8 afalm Stas,. Wsrrasssisa. 7 iJ.1 ' April M.HOTtaa. ' CurvalAis A sfiaoiiia B. H. Covfait.V C lit i laid. April 24. Ia67. 1 A DIVIDEND OF FOUSPEU Cent fre. of Governs eat Tax. ba beea deolared By the Board of Direetora of th. Cese aaay. (eaetthat issaedia eon version ef Boada sine. th. first of Sov. last, and bbod that a pro 5ato dividend), payable at th. edUe of tha reasurer ia Clev eland, ea tbe luck law i Ma aexC - The transfer books will ba eloeeil fro as .the 30tk inst to the 11th day ef May. " GJSO&GS Mr 3 ATT. Ikreaa. AprU M.ncsr-st ., . . s HERIFF'8 SLB. .r Almira Bovd va.LTriah W. Cadwal-de. In Trumburt Common Pies. By virtue of two. executions issued out of the Court .f Coinnio. pieaM ef TremaraU Caruaty Qaic im the abou buibmI eaaet. m.dirwetedaaadeltvwTad.Iha .xpos. to-pasbli. aA aMsvsrih door of tin. Court Houseua Warren, A,oa . ' " v r Katairaajr, the 33 tin atax aXifaT. betweea the heave of two aad ibaa artleok. p-an. e( aaid day th. iatereet ef le'.- W. Caaiwwiauler. ia tha fclUwiag deecsiheii. prs avisos 4 eituated in th. towaakiaaf lUwia-d. lsaMiaa Caanty Shio, boaitlad.0B the north eg Uuada ewnad by .axwell ateanedy, oe lb. .est by iaads owned by Septimus Cd.eledax: on the eeaUi by laa-ie owaed by Praaoia Aaairera Kennedy. AuJrews. and, Jamas G. Wilson. aad oa tha west by Uni t owned by James Kennedy. . Appraised at toov.OU. Teras Cvi. ; . . v S. M.LAiUUl.Slvc.-i44. SkerjfrsO-io. April 24.1367 -it . . ,, Kinety barrel of ale ware eiuiH:.-.l recently in the streets of Porti.r: ', ilwae, by Stte Constablw. ..... ... " - -..