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WARRANTER, MORTGAGE QUIT-CLAIM DEEDS.
SOU HONS ClKTCTllOKS. ftCBPaUt, ETC,
Constantly on hand and for sale.
A CARD .II. PECK of Warren and
A. S. Bi kwell of Mercer Pa having associated
themselves together under the name of rcrc and Bra
well, for the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile
business Respectfully announce to the people nf War
ren and rincinity that they have bought the entire
Cock of Mdse. belonging to U. it. fEt K,or "arren
lrygood Store, and will coatinu- the business on the
same as heretofore. We respecifuly solicit, as we in
tend to merit, a liberal sk&re of iiic atrnage.
Phk If Br well.
Having sold my entire stock of Mdse. in "The War
ren Dry good Store,"tn U. Peck and A.S.Bi ru ell, I uke
pleaore id recommending them tomy faiends and patrons
and won id solicit for them the same liberal patronage that
lias been extended to myself. B. II. Peak.
WOOLEN GOODS AND D0WX.
The evidence can be had in the prices or Cloths.
Clack and Fsm-t Cassimcres. Satineas, Tweeds, Ked,
Ormnre. White ar A Printed Fiannels. A superior qual
ity of 1U4 beavT tvilled do. lilankeu, and a variety of
other Woolen Loods, at the
jan 3 W AKKES DRY GOODS STOKE.
IREXCH MERIX0ES, PARAMAT
. TAS. Cobfirgs, Mohair, Lustres, Alpaccas and
Cashmeres, selling at reduced prices, t the
jan 3 WARKEN DUV GOODS STORE.
SILKS! SILKS! A larje quantity
and variety, comprising high Lustred Black. Plaid,
Stripes and Chasgeatde. Also, a variety of Bonnet
fiilks and &itins, cheaper than ever, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
BLACK and Colored Cloakin? Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wide Black Silk Velvet,
for Cloaks, Mantulas, ttc. at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
GOOD ALL WOOL DELAIXES
Nov selling for 25 cents per yard . at the
jan 3 WAK&KN 1IU.1" tiOODS STORE.
CHOICE SELECTI0X of
and square B roc ha and Bay State Shawls, sold
Cheap, at the
TARKEX DUT GOODS STORE.
EVENTIDE, BY EFFIE AFT0X, one
of the Boost popular works of the day jnst ree'd.
HUMANITY IX THE CITY bj Rev.
Edwin n. Chapman. Discourses.
The lessons of the Street.
Man and Machinery.
The Symbols of the RepnMic.
The Springs of Social Idc.
The Allies of tlie Tempter
The Children of the poor &c
Mr. Chapman in this work has manfully endeavored
eo awaken the rich Slumberer from his cushioned bed of
luxury aud bidding him look forth on the broad land
mitten as it were with the of distrust, blight, and bank
ruptcy, while his drowsy eyes are but half cone ions of
the want and Starvation which surrounds him, he shouts
in his drowsy ears,MHe that gireth to the poor leadeth
the Lord. A few copies ree'd, this day at
"VARREN' & LAKE ERIE PLANK
V ROAD COMPANY. The Stockholders of the
Warren and Lake Erie Plank Road Company are herel.y
notified to meet at the ofbee of B. F. Hoffman, in War
ren. Trumbull county, O., on the first Monday of Feb
ruary next, at 10 .'clock, A. M-, for the purpose of
lectins; seren Directors for the ensuinc year.
JOSfcPIl MARVIN, Jr., PresH.
B. F. HoTTaair, Sec'y. Warren, Jan, l!5i.
rpHE CLIXT0X LIXE RAIL ROAD
X C0MPANT X0TICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the Clinton
Line Rail Road, .ill be held on We-lneiday, the 2-ltti
January next, at the office of the Company, in Hud
son. J. V. COK. Secretary.
LTiE'XO. FULLER, Attorney at Law
Office over Smiths oc McCombs Store. Corner
Block. Warren. 0. Jan. 1st IfiH. ly
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County. s.s. In the Court of Common Pleas.
Rraeline E. Barrows and Urbane, her husband ;
Louisa Burrows and Loreuzo. her husbaud ; Hope R.
Uird and Thomas, her husband ; Abby Ann Bruen and
Amai, her husbaud,
Cyras Bosworth, Charles Bos worth, Horatio N. Ward,
administrator of Jos tan Barber ; Abigail O. Basse I,
Harriet li. Ward and H. N. Ward, her husband ; Josiah
Barber, Richard Barber, paphrous Barker, Sophia
Barber and J eras ha H. Barber, heirs at law. of Josiah
Pctittmm tm collect n4 foreclose lend eoutrorto.
The said administrator and heirs of Josiah Barber,
who are non-residents, and residences unknown, are
notified that the Plaintiffs hare filed their petit. on in
aaid court, alledging, that by contract dated May II,
1640, made to Plaintins and Ann Lord, (now deceasM.)
Josiah Barber and Richard Lord, the IMainttUs are
equitable owners of certain lands, land contracts,
and the debts due tnereon, made by Roswell Stone, as
trustee of Samuel P. Lord, the ancester of said Barber
and Lord, to Cyrus Bosworth, for all of lot No. 10, part
lots No. 9 and 11, in Lordstown, said county; that
aaid heirs and administrator of Barber have no interest
said land contracts or debts ; that a deed was execu
ted by the heirs of said Barber, in whrra the title was
said Bos wo rth, and delivered to D. Tod as an escrow
hand to Bos worth, on payment of said contract, and
praying judgment against Cyrus Boa worth for $U!i3.
93. the amount due on the contracts, or else a recision
the contracts and possession and title to PlauitiCs,
the lands described in th contracts.
The non-resident Defendants, the administrator and
heirs of said Josiah Barber, must appear and answer
aid petition by the 17th day of February, A. D. lHia,
jnd gmeut and decree against them will be entered
default. HOFFMAN de RATLIFF,
Jan. 3d, 1353,-6w Au'ys for Plaintiffs.
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County. In the Court f Common Pleas.
Ann Feuton and Jesse Fenton, 1
her husband, in her right, I Petition
George R. Johnson. Cornelius I Xote and Mortgage.
Johnson and Dwight Johnson. )
The Defendants, Cornelius and Dwieht Johnson, who
reside out of Ohio, and somewhere in Oregon and Cali
fornia, are notified that the Plaintiffs have riled in said
court their petition, to su'.ject the lauds of Isaac John
son, late of Newton, dee'd, to the payment of fcote and
Mortgage, for 747,lj, given by George R Johuson, to
Plaintiffs, on Sheriff's sale, under partition proceed
ings. The said Cornelius and Dight each have
notes and mortgages (for their share under partition.)
said lands, a portion of which is now due from said
George &. Johnson. Said petition pravs sale of said
lands to pay the I'laintiOV mortgage dent. The Defen
dants, Corneltws and Dwieht. mori cr nt fi-H
appear and answer said petition, by the 17th day of I
February, A. D. 18A5, or said petition, as to them, will '
tmaenas coxuesseo, and ja.innenteutere.1 according.
HOFFMAN at RATLIFF,
Jan, 34, 1355,-6v AtVys for Plaintiffs.
The President, Directors Ac Com-') i
paly, of the Western Reserve bank,
Court of Com
mon Pleas of
P McCormiclt and W. F. Carey.
P. McCormic, a non resident of the State of Ohio, is
bereby notified that on the atli day of December 154.
plaiutifls filed their petition in said Court against
defendenU, on two bills of exchange drawn by said
McCormick on said W. K. Carey aud accejited by
him. Oa. dated Juiy 8th 1KW. .arable 'our mouths
after date, to the order of John Liirlitncr for the s'.ia of
1(MH, the other for J 13'JO, drawn by said P. McConnick
said Carey and accepted by him. dated Aug. th.
,RlM.n'3,I'JlMe foor mu:,th a-'terdate, to the order
f P. McCormick, at the American Exchange Bank, Xew
York, said bills of Exchange were prou-sted for non
payment when due and said bills of Exchange were en
dorced to the plaintilTs lefore due.
A writ of Attachment has been issued in said cause
against the g ods and elects of said P. McCormick.
The plaintiffs will Uke judgment against said P. Mc
Connick by default for said sum of SJHI and interest
1 from Sot. S3, and interest on 8I.VSI
from Dee, 9th. 18js,unlejs he answer by March Si lii'
JILTL'IUNS 6c CL'BTISS.
Jan. 3d IP53. 6w Attys. for Plfft.
The President. Directors, k. Co, Court of Com
of the W estern Reserve Bank, j aion Pleas, of
vs. i- Tmmbnll
IfcCormick. Jacob Robinson and I County. Ohio.
John Battles. ) Civil Action.
F. U'.Connick one of the defendants a non-resident
the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that on the 2Htli
day of December A. D. Irt54, the plaintiffs filed their
petition against the defendants in said Court, alleging
that the defendants are indelKM to ihem on the prom
issory note of said P. McCormick, the said McCormick
makTand the sid Itobison At Battles as endorsers
tlie sum of IIC3.JU. with interest from Dec. Sith
Said note dated June ?l.d. IHjI and payable to
the order of said Kohinson A: Battles at the Merchants
and Manufactures Bank, Pittsburgh Pa. six months af
A nt of Attachment was issuM fn aaid cause
against the goods anil effects of Hid P. McCormick
The plaintins will t die judgment by defanlt against
said P. BlcCorsnick for said sum and interest as afore
aaid unless he answers by the 31 dav of March lfU.
IIL'TCUIXS & CURTIS.
Jan. 3d. 6w Attys. for I'lffs.
GOOD RIFLES anl cheap SII0I
GCXS, at the d 27 TALL BRICK.
The Board of Education, of Braceville, Plaintiff,
Hanfc! Leba. Defendant.
Br virtue of a t'i. Fx. ajrainst the Plaintiff, in the
abov entitled cam, to rae directed and delivered, 1
hare levied on. and ihall excuse to pa die at the
door of the Court Houc, in tUc village of Warren,
Trumbull county. Ohio. or.
SATURDAY, THE 3d PAVO? FEBRT'ARY, A. D. IP55.
etweeu the hour of 1(1 o'olocfc, A. M.. an 1 4 o'clocL.
P. M-, of said day, the f-iHowing de-cri'--e 1 InU and
tenements. t' a it : Svtnue in cctmn No. I-, ia the
tovnsh i : nf ltr.tc-vil", Trointmll county. Obi a, houn
; ded ai f.dlws : B'jinnin? at the north -eitrly earner
of a Af- .f cfojnJ. relet-. I m the I Ith day of April,
. I. lStl, by the School Directors. No. , in said
Brarerillc. an! running North 70 d. Went atniut 5tt
link, to tlte eaut'-rly Hue of the public erMud in the
said -ct9n, and includ- all th-.t pan r jore of land
befouling to sti I School Iitr.ct No. 11. which is North
of the first dcrie I bound, and is a part f the psr
sonaee lot. so rilled, dee le I by Ersti4 Ilinann, to
the Trustors of th; parsonage of thr Mrth-vlit Epis
copal Church aforesaid, au ! contains 4 It hundredths
of an acre of lanJ, more or K6S,ou wlii
liich is erected a
brick school houc.
11. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff Office, Warren, Jan. 3d,
rpiIE STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull
-1- County. Court of Common Pleas.
ts Pci.tion for Dirorce.
Man- M. Uw
Marr M. Row, will take notice that said Lorenza Row
on the twentieth day of Octo er A. D. lfe4, filed a itetr
tion in the said Court, prayinr that he may be divorced
Iriim uul U-irv il . Kjiw - pith.i an! frirnL
iirn ne elect of duty : Second, Adultery. tsid cause
will be for hearing, at the March term of said Court
A. D. 1H5..
C, W. Smith, Atty. for PUT. d?--Cw.
i TTACHMEXT NOTICE. Before
J. JL I'pson Bnshnell, J. P., Outirus. Tmmb.Co.,0.
Seth Hayes and Ralph Plumb,
William 8. nnhbel and William Smith.
At our Instance an attachment ras issued in our favor
agiinst the defendants by Tpsnn Bushnell.a Justice of
Peace, of Oustaves, Trumbull County, Ohio, on the rth
day of STcember A. D. 1KJ4. for the ram of $16,14.
Said case will be tried on the 2nd day of Fcbuary A. D.
1Ki5, at which time the defeudauU can appear and ue
feud. SETW nVE.,
HiTCBixs tU Clktis, Att'y for Prffs. Jan. 3d 3w.
"VOTICE is hereby given that the un-
1 dersigned has been apitointed guardian for TIM
OTHY K. THOMPSON, of Vernon, Trumbull co who
is been declared an insane ersin by the Probate
mlre of TrumlmlU co and the public are hereby cau
tioned against trusting him, and persons having busi
ness with him, will pfcase to do it with his guardian- fcj
Vernon, Jan. 3, Ir-li. TH0S. A. THOMPS JN.
VTOTICE is hereby fiven that HALS A
CLARK was this day appointed and qnalifled as
Administrator of the estate of Rilsa Clark, late of Ver
non. Trumbull county, deceased,
jan 3. :.w
ATE LEAVES, OR HISTORIC
CARDS. The Date Leaves form a system of social
games intended for Parlor Amusements aud Education
al Incentives, or regular School Instruction.
"It is believed that they possess all the social quali
ties of Gamine Cards without that utter waste of time.
and tendency to dissipation. They inspire the com
pany witn mirth and turmn subjects for conversation:
provoke and excite inquiry and research, and give
systematic arraniments to ideas and items. Rock
atm limit m
"The work has cost much labor, and merits the appro-
ration oi an those who would combine friendly eu joy
ment with intellectual improvement. They may be used
the school, the family or social circle. Oenesee
"From a careful examination of these Leaves, we
of opinion that Mr. Brewster has furnished a val
uable and entertaining substttue for raises of less in
teres t and questionable morality' Rural. Yrm Yorker.
estimoniais from Clergymen, Principals of Acade
mies, and names well known ard identified with the
cause of education, have been riven in earnest com
mendation of this new instructive to mental and social
Tue Cards, 60 in Dumber, are put up In elegant
boxes, each accompanied with a book, giving full in
structions for the various games. Price 50c per box.
lor saie id quantities rv kalbwit. at the
XEW YORK BOOKSTORE,
23, Main St. Warren, Ohio.
LUM AN BARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole agents
the County of Trumbnll. It is warranted to crimn
toughest p.ece of Leather in item miaaes, which it
frequently takes an hour or more to do the same piece
wont, it stands witnout a rival. e would respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the craft to
subject. Do not forget the place. No. IM. Main St.,
warren, U. d 13 JA3. Mo;0 NELL ox Co.
THE CHIME The great Singing
Book of the season, a notice of vhich will le
in another column, has jut iieen received in latere
quantity, at ADAMS' B00KST0KK, aud is selling
rapidly. d 13J
THE RICHEST BOOK OUT. The
Town in Conmljiont -niGH LIFE IX SEW
YORK.' by Josithax Suck. Esq., of Wealhersfield.
If you desire a lone. lanprh, a rood langh. a hearty
luli, a real, uproarious explosion of a laugrh, read
Janalhaa Slick. Such humor, such comical ideas of
and thines, such inexpressibly funny Adrentures
Incidents, were certainly never before set down
print. It is a book of Infinite Jest and most comi
cal fancy. d 13
SALE! SALE!! OF REAL ESTATE
By Order of Court.
On Friday, the 6th day of January. 18S5, will be
on the premises, in Weathers fie Id. Trumbu'l Co. .
to the highest bidder, the following Real Estate
the property of John Young, deceased, beiug part
Lot No. 3 in said township, and is bounded, spin
ning at a point in the south line of said Lot, and west
the Mahoning River ; thence up aaid Rirer 20 chains
88 links, to an oak tree; thensa south 4 V deg-,
96 chains and 11 links ; thence oa the highway
chains and 90 links, to place of beginning, and con
tains forty acres of land. AppraUod at Terms
sale made known on day of sale.
JOHN DRAA. Aministrator of
JOHN YOUNG, Deceased.
Alum 0. Fcllss, Au'y. Dec, 7
GREATEST WORK OF THE DAY!
"RUTH HALL," the new book by FaxirT Fsaa.
eminent critic, says :
"Ruth Hall is a great advance upon anything Fanny
has heretofore written. It is distinguished by
same condensed and rigorous style, the same
sweetness and pathos of sentiment, the same pictur
saqueness, vividness and altiuence of description, the
minute and comprehensive knowledge, the same
and originality of thouzht, and the same fidelity
nature which commanded such a flattering success
br first productions ; and added to these is the at
traction which a sustained and interesting story always
preserve. The iuduence of Ruth Hall is on
side of goodness, truth and religion ; and we think
one can read it without being made wiser, better,
A oa sis has received 20 copies of this elegant
and has another supply on tee way. d .
SALE! SALEM OF REAL ESTATE
By Order of Court.
Friday, the 2dth day of January. A. D., 1655.
the hours of 9 A. M.t and 4 P. M- of said day,
be sold on the premises, in Greene, Trumbull Co.,
the following Real Estate, as the property of
M. Jerauld, deceased, via: Part of Lot No. 8 in
Township, and is bounded, beginning at a post in
south-west corner of said Lot; thence north on tlie
19 chains and 22 links ; thence eat on the north
33 chains and 64 liuks, to a post ; thence south on
centre of the road 11 chains aud 39 links, to a
thence west along the south line of said Lot 3t
and 13 links, to the place of beginning, and
contains seventy-four and seventy-four one faundreths
of land. Appraised at. Terms of sale
known on dav of sale.
SAMUEL B. JERAULD, Administrator of
JOHN M. JERAULD, Deceased.
Allex 0. FoLLsa, Au'y. d 27 -4w
CHERIFF'S SALE as Receiver.
icholas J. aiurpney and others,)
George L. Woodford and others- J
l Common Pleas.
virtue of an order to Sheriff as Receiver, issued
the Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas of Trum
bull County. Ohio, in the above entitled caue, and to
(as Receiver) directed and delivered by said Clerk,
in obedience to said order I shall expose to sale,
Public Vendue, as the law directs, at the Marble
of Charles Howard, in the village of Warren, on
Street, Trumbull County, Ohio, Oa Monday,
btk day of January, A. 135, between the hours
o'clock, A. M.. and A o'clock, P. il the following
described property, to wit :
black Fur Hats, 2 Straw Hats. 1 Chip, do., 1 pair
Shoes, 12 pair Ladies Walking Shoes, 5 )a;r
Children's Morocco do ., 1 pair Ladies Prune 11 Gaiters,
Rubber Shoes, 7 pair Mens Calf Shoes, 1 pair
Slips. 6 iair Ladies Calf Bootees, 4 pair Mens
1 pair Ladies Lace Boots, 10 boxes of Buttons.
bunches do. part box. Pant Buckles, part liox of
Needles, 7 pair black Silk Mitts; 5 pair Lisle Cloves;
sthmjIs Silk Twist; 3 pair Ladies black Cutton Gloves:
pairs Worsted Hoes; 2 skeins Thread; 2 Cotton Fly
a part piece Irish Linen; "i pieces layds barred
yis- barred Cambric; C pieces
Cap Lace; i pieces 11 yds. Figured Book Musi n: 1
Paras.); 1 piece black Lace; 1 piece do. woursted:
pieces White Lace Edging; 18 part pieces do; 3
Silk Fringe; la part pieces Cosord and Braids:
of Bobbin, Cords and Braid; I box of thimbles;
Kuttuns, Sjectacles. and Knives; 23 bolts Cottcn Tape;
part holts Ribbon; pait Sjtool Drab Twists; Fancy
and Tooth Brashes; 5 Lather Brushes; 5 psrt
black Cotton Lace; 3 Silk Cravats; 1 piece
Cap Lace; 5 strings Beads; 1 lot Fancy Buttons;
and Chalk Line; 3 bolts Cap Wire: 53 llairCombs;
yds. black Crape; 5 pair Ladies Oloves; 3 yds.
Inserting: 33; yds. Pink Crape; 1 1 pair Tabs; 17 Kuflles:
Fancy B-innet Linings; t!l Artificials; 1 pair Buck
1 Plush Cap; 7'f Oil Calico; II yds. Fancy
DeLaine: 16', yds. Plaid Poidin: about 10 vd. Blue
3" yds. dark De Laine;S Vert Paturns:3 yds. Drab
i yd. Coburg; a Boys' Chip Hats; 3 Baskets: 1
Cotton Yarn; 1 lbs. Carpet Yarn; 11 Srvthe
about 6 lb. Paper Tacks: I tnnrr Shoe Ta.k:
Locks; a lot of Cast Butts, a lot of Bridle Snais:
paper Brass aus; J rauiocks; 6 Chest Locks; a lot
Brass Butts; about 5 l'.i. Y. II. Tea; I ke Spanish
1 part Jar Snoif ; l'J bladder do: doz. tint
Teasi"oops; 2 Sugar Buwls; 2 Teapots; 2 Weav
er's Reeili So. 2S and 3i; 1 patent Straw Cutler; I sett
Scales and W eights; I Fur Bonnet, 2 black
Leghorn do; 5 Children's do; 5 Ladies do; and 1 one
horse Lumber Wagon. To lie sold at the suit of Nich
olas J. Murphcy against George L. Wood Tori, in the
entitled cause. II. R. IIAUMON", Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Jan. 3, 1S55.
Tb State or Ohio, Trumbull County, S3.
virtue of two Orders of Sale, to me directed and
delivered, one in favor of the Executor of Calvin G.
deceased, againtt Matthew Acheson and others;
the other in favor of Jacob Iluke vs. Matthew Ach
eson and others, I shall expose to PuM'x Sale, at the
of the Court House, in Warren, in said County.
Saturday, the 27f daw of Jaaanry, A. I).. 1HS.1.
the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock.
M. of said day, the following described Itttids and
tenements, to wit: Situate in Weathersfield, Trumbull
County, Ohio. Township No. 3, fn the 3d Range, in Uie
Connecticut Western Reserve, and which is known by
of tract or Lut o. 3 in said eatbertield, and is
bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at a post stand
ing west 45 chains and 7 links from the north-east cor
ner of said L it or tract ; thence west 43 chains aud &4
to the north-west corner of said tract ; thence
57 chains and F0 links, to a post standing on the
bank of the Mahoning River ; thence down the
River as :t winds and turns, north TtiV deg., east
chains and 23 links, and north 64 deg.. east 11
and 6 links ; thence north 2' deg. west, to the
of begin nine, containing two hundred and thirty
and eighty-four one-hundredths acres of land,
excepting therefrom, and not hereby to be sold, ft
of said tract, sold at Sheriff's Sale March 5th,
Dean E. Mason. II. K. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sherifl's Office, Warren, Dec 27, l&it&w
W HARDWARE STORE. A
A. L. MUliLEV,
Successor to James 0. Bro.k, dealer in II&roware,
CiTLtuT, Iron, Nails and di..s, wh-re at all times
can lie found a lare and vri I assortment of House
Trimmings. Carpenter's Too'., &r.
Krceiveil tiiis day a 1 no o;iniii
6dox. Whiu's Cast Stucl Axes.
4 ' Baver's
1 " II ty Knives. 'Vo l.
1 Pitts'nrh Uuii Uirrcls-
3 Tons I'tttsjurarU Iron, atsorte.l sizes.
5J tio miles best Norway Nail Rods.
Warren, Nov. 1, lr."4. A. L. M0RLET.
Hiivin this dsy s-dd my ei. tire Stock of Hard wars
to A I- Mo a lev. who will . Mitiime t!ie business at the
old sun I, 1 take this m-'ta-jj f informing my obi
fr;cii;U aul fornivr p.itr.m ill it I sh ill remain with
Mr. Moile.-, where I sli.til be haimv to se tbem as
u-.i-.l. J. G. BROOKS.
Oct. 30. Ir54. Uov. 1j
-piIE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
SimuH On inby. Executor of "
Calvin G. Sutl;tT, I
vs. ; lu Court of Com. Pleas.
Benjamin Bincham, AdeIho j
Binfhsn ::.. Cud id. J
The Defendants, Benjamin Bin sham and Addison
Btnham,are hereby noli tied th:itltie I'laiutin has filed
his petition against said defeul.ints in said Court, set
ting forth that on the JtHh day of April, said Ben-
janni gave his two prouiis(ory notes to said Calvin G.
SutMtf, Uieu in full lif. and to said Miltou SutlitT, one
for $3(1. and one for SH4) mitb anuaal interest, the $"(
note (Kty.iMe on the J?t of S.t., lf-jA, and the $100
note imyale the 1st of S 'pt.. al : and .b:it said Ben
jamin Bingham at the same time executed to said pay
ee for the security oi saiu ntrs a mortgage oi tne ioi
lowing lands, part of lot twenty -four, in Greene Tom n-
ship, in said County, hounded as fallows : Beginning
at the centre of the road rtinuiiic East and West through
the centre of the Township at the south-east corner
of Aaron Bascom s latal ; tlioi.ee north sixteen rods,
to a iot and to land ireimigiug to Edward la scorn ;
thence east ten rods ; thence south sixteen rods to the
centre of raid road ; thence west to the place of be
ginning, containing an acre of land, be the same more
or les ; the said Adeline joining in said mortgage
and releasing her dower m the land, that sa.d Milto
Sutliti in tlie life time of said Calvin G., male over to
him all his interest in said notes and mortgage ; that
there remains due and unpaid on said no:cs one hun
dred and forty dollars and upwards, and the mortgage
was dulj- executed and recorded, and has become abso
lute and remains in full force: that petition prays i
decree iu favor of plaintiff against tha defendants for
the amount due on the notes ; aud that the mortgaged
premises te sold fur ths payment of the same. The
said Benjamin Bingham and Adeline Bingham, who
reside withcut said Mate, are retiuired to apttear and
answer said petition by the 31 Saturday of February
next, or sanl inrtition will be taken as confesssed to be
true, and a uecree entered accordingly.
UV M.'TLirF & 1 1'TTI.K, Alt yS. SUMlW
kJ By virtue of a writ of reudi'iomi erponn, to me
directed and delivered, by the Clerk of the Court of
Mahonine Couutv. Ohio, 1 will exiH.e to imhlic sale at
the door of the Court House, in vtarren, Trumbull
County, Ohio, Saturday, the afOft rfay January
Ji. A, Iretween the hours of 10 u clock, A. 31-
and 4 o'clock, P. M. of said day, the following de
scri'ied lands and tenements situtte in the Township
of Il irtford, Trumbull County, Ohio, to wit: Part of
Lot No. Thirty-two, and is hounded as follows: north
on tlie highway ; east and south hy lauds owned by
Lviisha Remit it ; wet by I nds of Drayton Andrews,
usually called the Mill Lot, containing two acres of
Und. To be sold at tlie suits of Hampton St Smith, vs.
Andrews and Bootue. Appraised at $i-.
II. R. HAKMOV, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Dec. 20, 1-ol-ts.
THE HOISERY Department Partic
nUr attention is aid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this Hue of Trade. Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors, Cashmere, Slate Brown, Black and
White Cotton Hose, Faucy Striped and Muted Half
Hose, and a large quantity for children,
apr 26 . E. I10YT & CO.
WARREULffi ERII2 PLANK
f ROAD COMPANY. Stock holders are notitfed
thnt a dividend of 6 per cent on each share of Stock
has been declared and or-lere I to be pnid on and after
January 1st. lrtSS. JOSEPH MARVIX, Jr., Pres't.
B. F. IIoffm&x, Sec'y. d 2UJ
SAYIXGS OF THE LITTLE OXES,
POEMS FOR T11KIR MOTHERS Is the
sweet title of an elegant new book, by Mrs. Sigocret.
Contents Part 1st Humorous, or peculiar uses of
lanuape. Part 2d Hiph principles, or street senti
ments and affections. Part 3.1 Piety, or words ore-
cedinir death. Part 4th Poems for Mother!.
There could not lie a more annrouriate irift for rnnii?
folks thn this. 50 copies received this at ADAMS.'.
STRAY STEER. Strayed from tlie
premises of the subscrilier in Mecca- sime time in
Auiust last, a Ked Steer, two years ol 1, with a little
white under the horns, has a cast in each ere. horns
turned in, or in other words "on horned." Any jer
son who can eive knowledge to me of the same, will h.
liberally rewarded. J. II. UEZLEP.
Alecca, Dec. til), ISo4-3w.
10SWELL ABEL'S ESTATE.
V Notice is hereby eiven that the subscribers hare
!een appointed and q-ialified as Administrators on tlie
restate or Koswell Aliel, Sd, late of Tramnull Countv,
leceased. Dated at Bazetta this l .ih day of I-c. A.
. If.VI. LEMA V PALMER,
d 2tt-3w AAKOX DAVIS.
FOR SALE A House and Lot,
the Tillage of Warren, in an eligible situti
Washington Avenue. Lot is medium size. House
commodious, containing 5 Rooms. Price, $300.
liiliire of J. jr. ASPK, Att'r at Law
170 R HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Lu-
bin's and Basin's genuine Perfuming Extracts for
Handkerchief; fine Pomade for tlie Hair; Bears
Create ; Philocome. dec. Ax. Also, Hair Brashes,
Tooth Brushes, Dressing Combs, Tooth Paste, Parlor
Balls. tfc For sale by
u 20 E. A. SMITH or Co.
piIILDREN'S TOYS AT COST.
Wishing to get out of the trade, we will sell all of
Stock of Toys, positively mt cost. Now is the time
buy cheap at d 30 ADAMS1.
LEGANT GIFT BOOKS We have
finest of Coper-plate Engravings, from 50 cents to
0U. Don't forget to call before purch-ising else
whereat fd 2il ADAMS BOOKSTORE.
TOUND In the in
5rt' criber. on the Wet side
indos'jre of the
e of the River, in War
TWO YEARLING STEERS, one red and the other
black, with some white on the le-s and bellr. The
owner is hereby requested to come aud prove projerty,
charges and Like them away. F. KINSMAN.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that Jolm
' M Irwin has been appointed and oualiSed as Ad
ministrator, deal's mom, on the .nmte of John
Micheltrec, late of Merc r Countr, Penn , decease i.
Warren. 0.. Dec. 13, lril-3- ch II dc R
T BALDWIX'S MRS. AXX 8,
HTEVKXS Complete Guide to Crotchet and Fan
Knitting, suitable for Holliduy Gifts. (dec 0
T BALDWIN'S THE NEWS
B0V, by Mrs. 0 ikes fmith : Ida May. by Mrs.
; Idlewil l, by N. P. Willis; Land of the Saracens,
Bayard Taylor; Maxims of Washington. (dec 'JO
IM0THY SEED. A few
.of .riais seed for scle by
Oc IH. 1DDINGS & MOUOAX.
BOOKS for sale
cheap at BALDWIN'S Boos Store. Main it-
Nor. li. I4.
ENGLISH. FRENCH. ITALIAN &
NAPLES Violin. Guitar and Banjo Strinirs. Inst
imfiorted.al may 31 POMEROY'S.
FOR SALE. A very desirable i
House and Lot on Frosiect Street, in the1
northern part of the village of Warren. House new
Apply soon at this Office.
Warren, Nov. 8, 154-tf.
DATE LEAVES. This is a system
of social cames. for Amusement and intinrtinn
Sacred aud Modern history, which have the highest
testimonials from Clergymen. Principals of hich
Schools Alcoxc- Soli at ADAMS BOOKSTORE.
TMPR0VED EXTRACT OF C0F-
FEE, a superior article, at
May 31. POUTER & Co.'s. No 3 Market St.
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE F
Husband's Calcined Magnesia :
Marshall s Cephalic Snotf ;
Coxe's Sparkling Geiat:ne ;
Coiers Isi n glass, etc., for sale by
Jnne7 Y.. A. SMITH Sr Cn.
DURKEE'S CHEMICAL YEAST,
or Baking Powder, and Babbitt's Patent Soan
owder. forsale liy PORTER Co-
COLUMBIAN LIQUID HAIR DYE,
for the instantaneous chnuging of Red or Grav
to a lieaatiful Brown cr jet Black; being a direct.
and iieruianent dye, rc:tuir!nsr but little time nr
trouble in its application, and perfectly harmless to the
sKtn or neaim. 10 be hat at
"5. A. SMITH c Cos,
April 12 13 1. Drug and Chemical Store
'HUE GREATEST Side-Splitter of the
Aec The Chronicle of Pinerillc This Book em
sketches of amusing scenes, incidents, and
characters of Ueorcja and Alabama, hy the author of
Jones' Courtship, at
dec suj BALDWIN'S.
Y PAINE, M. D-Has returned
I . from hisrisit to the F.astern Hospitals, and
resume his practice as Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice and residence as form. rly. on Hich Street. Warren.
3 LANK ROAD NOTICE. The
Stockholders in the Nile, oi Austintown Plank
t Turnpike Compauy, are herel.r notified that
will lie an election held at the Store of 11. II.
Mason, in A ties, on u ednesdar. 2Ihh dar Januarr. IHii
the purfiose of electintr Seven Directors for the en
sum ycir. JACOB ROBESON. President.
H. Mason. Secrclaiy.
Nile, Dec. ST, ltH-tw
PACKARD & BARN CM have on
10 Ton pood Pittshnrch Ilorse Shoe Bar.
4 " Norwe-ian Nail Rod.
70 Bars Si Sweeties Iron.
SO " Juniatta Hammered do.
50 Sleiyh Shoes Steel.
100 Setu Butrey Springs, assorted.
M - Common and Patent Axles.
Call as nsnal, at the Unrest and oldest TTardware
In the West, d 27 PACKARD dc BARMTM.
S00 Lichu ?x 9 Extra Quality, at - - - 3 e
51KI0 " HitO " - . . -3i;c
lisai Pxia m ... a.'c
1UJ lltxM . . . sc
Other aiaea In proportion. Order for Blind, and
Doors punctual Ir attended to. All work warranted
to the nest. PACKARD . BARN CM, Ar'ls.
Warren, Ohio, Dec. 97.
VORRALL'S MULEY SAWS The
het in th, world. Alway for sale at the
' Til l. RRICK.
OURE CRE M TARTAR an I Super
AXD - Carbonate ooda, by E. A. SMITH j Co.
iti.tv BOOK STORE. The
iviug iurhased Nr. J. Mirri:i
, i .
ii-i'i.J of informing the
j W in
: I In
t:i count. . i'i-u iu .-. i ,
h .11 1
r.-ceivii.g au I now .
j C.I dl'I.Ki'K STOCK Oi' NEW BM
t itionaiy and Vv.cv G. .is as cin :m I In tlii
t U e-.t. His si e of Book 4 comiTi-. II it-.M I Tmr
1 11 trii.iuf Kncycljpc i.a-. B'-igra'-iii. ' rs. u
I Et'x-.iTio,!. Arc'.iit"Cture. A.ricnUure, 1 :i-o.t. . O o!o
I g. PIi.lo phy. Physiology, Piireiioli'. lrrk .
..r.iu iht:a. lys:.c Orders. Annuals a"i Ai uu4.
AIo. all the lie" Publication worthy of uU. file -l
' Sctiod Uo hoth oi l au I i-ct, now in u- in ;h
j eral 4.'h xl districts, HibleS from 50cts. to $ HI. Prayer
I and Hymn B fur all de:nt ninati"'!-.
j Jl'E.MI.K AMTilV IUMK.S
! In great var-rty, !. -tier W rit--., Sjii anJ Ore;un
j lo Li, AstroiogerV ls Mki and Cards.
Iu this depart inert are off-re I rv-ry de r:ptin
1 ; jois, r'reuca. Am-ric i-t 1. 1. 1. W :, t" 'Ml. I.
s,erandote ra, -r i bj best u -;ity 1 i;VCt:,l,-J
Comprising Ledgers. Jtmrnals, Record. Cash. Invoke,
Time, Log, Note, Receipt and 31emorandum Buoks.
Also, Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Prints, Maps. Chessmen and Boards.
Dominoes. Dice and Cnps, Playing and Printing Cards.
Paper Weights, Calendars, LetterClipand Billho! lers.
Adlres t anis, nam, uut, r.nnKssei ana iiiuuiiuei.
Card Cases, Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
Drawing Books, Cants, Paper and Drawing materi
als. Inks. Writing Fluids, Pens and Lead IVn.'ils.
Leaves, ire. Paper, etc.. for Artificial Flowers, and
a large assortment of English, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Paper from Boston, Nw
York and Philadelphia, Periodicals, Harpers Putnam's,
Graham's. Godey1 and Methodist National Magazines,
Leslie's Book of Fashions and Yankee Notions.
Tlie purchasing community will find always on hand
a larire stock from which to make their selections, at
extremely low prices for cash only, at the New York
Book More. Xo. 3, Main street, a lew doors soutu oi
the Post Office.
Warren O., Oct., iu, Jt, K, A. A. baldh i.
HANDLER SHOP. The subscri-
public in general, that he has established a Chandler
shop, where he intends to manufacture Candles. Soap,
and snjrerh article of Sausages, which will always be
on hand at Wholesale and Retail prices.
fppThe Proprietor can at all times be found on
Market Street, one door west of Vau trot's Jewelry
Store. Warren, Ohio.
TTr The highest price, in Cash, will be paid for
Tallow and Lard. A 13 A. L. C. DAY, Agent.
JEW CARRIAGE !$P0P.
1 The subscribers would respectfully inform the
citiiens of Warren aud adjoining Tons, th.nt they
have oened a Shop on Liberty St., between M.irk-t
and South, where all who nre in want of Light Farm
Wagons or Light durable and Fashionable Carriages,
can be accommodated without the risk of being shaved.
Having worked nearly twenty years in the est shops
in New England aud the Middle States, we feel conii
dent that we can give all who may call upon us perfect
satisfaction as to Price, Quality and Durability of work.
We hve have been patronised since we commenced
with that lilrerality that has far exceeded our expecta
tion : and ju.lcinc from the past we feel conndeut ol
fmtnre success. x
We would return onrsinceretnantts lortneptiironage
we have received, aud will endeavor in future to do
such woik as will merit a continuance of the same.
PAINTING AND TRIMMING
Done upon the most reasonable terms. We would in
vite all who are in want of anything in our line to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Wa ren, Nor. 15. 1K4.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
i ne su'tscnoers nez 10 imutui tne ia'iic ui nr
ren, tiiat they have received a splendid assortment of
Bonnets. Ribbons, Silks, Lawns, French Flowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimmings, Ac., Ate. which we are pre
pared to sell rery cheap. Those who wtli favor us wi;b
a call, will, we trust, be amply repaid for ther trouble.
apr 26 jb.iioi jlo
SCRAP IR0X WAXTEU.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
Tin Warehouse af B. P. JAMESON & Co.
April lit, 'H.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Comt.s, Brushes, Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
Fly-bets. Door Malts, Alicant Matt. Ac. at
J tint 2. r-AlCll c ALI.ISO.N S.
1 FIXE ASS0RTMEXT OF PURE
I.IyL'ORS for 5Iclicinal purposes, and said to be
the best in town, at rn-i.v31) pnKTEK k Co.'s.
0Z. OF QUIXIXE. ju,t re.ei-
Ted and for sals at low fignre. at
May 31. PORTER St Co.'s.
TE HAVE FOR SALE n commis-
sion. one of Emory dc Cu s two-horse power
X. U.MliLtV dc Co.
SOLE LEATHER. A prime article
for sale at E.E.IIOYT. Co's. Some of that GOOD
TEA, Java and Kio Coffee, heedless IUisins, Rice. JccM
rec o at o. jk i. Main Mreet-
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herrinj; ;
SO Quintals Codfish : 10 Gross Lvon's Katharion:
30 bbls. aud half bbls. Mack'rtl, just rec- ived at
inor r-J DL LAP k. STEWAKrS.
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull County,
John B. MiDikin,) Before BneU Barnes, Justice
Before BneH Barnes, Justice
of the Peace, in and for
Andrew Cady. J Gustavus Town shin.
Notice is hereby given that a writ of Attachment was
issued on the 3Hh day of October, la4. bv said Justice.
the instance of said Plain u if, fur $ud against the
Ooods. Moneys, Credits and Rights in action of said
Dcfe.idttiit, and that said cause m ill be for hear in? on
the 2th day of January, 1c.m.
a JOll.N B. M1LL1R1X.
DATE LEAVES." Tins beautiful
Historical and Kelicious e-ame is selling :it
ADAMS, as predicted. Also, -Ida Slay," "Ida Nor
man," "The Sews Boy," and all the new works of the
day. id 131
SELLER'S COUGH SYRYP, Liver
Pills and Vermifuge, fur sale by
jimy 21 E. A. SMITH St Co.
MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON, his
Court and Family, by Dutchess DeAuhrantes. at
d 13 - ADAMS'.
CMITH'S GEOGRAPHY ani Mar-
vin's Arithmetic, at
jnov !.' BALDWIN'S Book Store, Main t.
WM- S- WEST- Proprietor of New-
T T ton Fall's NL'RsERV. has just returned from
t just returned from '
rppcr Lukes with a varietr of Evergreeu Trees, j
which he offers for snle on reasonable terms. I
Thoe who wish for L'vergreen Trees, Fruit Trees, !
Grape Vines or tfhrubliery, are respectfully requested t
call for them before the ground becomes frozen, or I
early in the Sprinir, as he intends to visit the Cppt-r
Lakes again as early as the middie of April.
ewbm Falls. Nov.2-.!, lSol-tf.
A MAY A few copies at
rpiIE IODIDES OFIRO, Uervu.y,
Zinc, Copper, Sulphur, and Potassium, Re-sub
limed Iodine, Bromine. Iron by Hydrogen. Constantly
hand and fr sale low at
May31. PORTER fc Co.'s.
CRYSTALLIXE tk VARIEGATED
WASH BALLS, Brown Windsor and Trausparen
Soap in cakes aud bars, and Colgate's CUuuical Uli.a
Soap. For sale at
Alay 31. ruuifift ol to. s.
ClOth, H.lir, ToOlll, :
Toilet, Flesh, and a Urge assortment of
other Brushes ou hand and for sale, at I
May 31. POUTER A- C-vV '
F" LAV0RIXG EXTRACTS, for
Cr ma. Puddings, Jellies, Cakes, etc consisting j
part 01 Lemon, Vanilla, Rose and Peach, for sale hy '
May 31. POKTEK II Co. j
A LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
1. MEDICINES, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and Ol !
good's India Cholagogue, for sale by
May 31. P0KT Ell & Co. !
COCHINEAL. Cudbear. M.iriatc ol
Tin, Chemic for Coloring Green, and dye stuffs ef 1
Por sale low by
PORTER 4l Co.
CHIXESE and American Vermillion.
India Red and Orange Mineral, just received and
sale by uov 15) E. A. M1TU dc Co.
KIRTLAND'S AMERICAN WRI
TI.NO FLCID in 1,2, 3, and 4 or. Pint, Pint and
Quart Bottles. At Wholesale or Retail. I.y
May 31 PORTER It Co.
ARRISON'S COLUMBIAN HAIR
Dye and Depilatory for Removing Snjiertluou
For sale by may 31 PORTER fc Co.
CN0W WHITE ZINC Ti e Chap-
est and most DuraMe Paint now in nse. For sale
inay3i: PORTER f Az Co.
COACH BODY, Copal, No. 1 Furni
tute, Japan and Damar Varnishes, on hand and
sale by may 31 PORTER fc Co.
TTYDRATED PEROXIDE OF
aX 1H0N, and Vallett Mass.just rece!nd and of
ny may 31 1 toktei; &- Co.
EXCELSIOR STARCH POLISH,
Oswego Corn Starch and pure Brmnda Arrow Root,
may 31 POKTR St Co.'s.
BOY'S RAT EXTERMINA-
Certain Death to Bats and Mice. For sal.
may 31 PQKTKR A CO.
AN EXTENSIVE AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT of Toilet and Family Soap, at
May 31. POUTER A Co.'s.
ECLECTIC PHYSICIANS will find
a full stock of Resfnoids and Concentrated Heme
at PORTER Co.'s, Xo.3 Market St.
TT0USE ANiTlOT FOlTsALE.
a Mt u ted at the corner of Franklin Alley
Pine Street. Also a vacant lot on Pine Strcvt
Enquire on the premises of the Subscriber.
JOHN J GINNING
Warren. Jan. 56, 1R54.
CIXCH0XIXE, the new Substitute
for Quinine, Salicine, Santonine, Pi peri ne, and
Tannin A large lot just received and forsale by
May 31. PORTER 4k Co
SORTER k Cos Hair Tonic, or Tri
copheroas,a neat, clean and desirable article foi
Hair, prepared and sold only by
jlay 31. niKiEit mi t:o.
TTOSGATE'S ANODYNE CORDIAL,
Thompson' Ey Water, Russian Ointment, D.1
ley' Pain Extractor, and McAllister's Ointment, 1m
by may 31 PORTER A Co.
FEW OF THOSE SPLENDI1
Bl'F FALO HORN DRESSI NO-CO M BS and Brash
still left. Call soon if yoa want. Forsale hy
May3l PORTER At Co
B. FARRELL'S Arabian Oint
ment : also, th celebrated Mexican Mustani
Liniment, for sals bj
E. A. SMITH dc Co.
! y K W
i.Trx- O T. IM.) M I- R O Y
f 1 ti:
-h and I:.ilian Ga.t
i'a H2-, and all l-Pi'iiio-Forte,
r-i air- . aLd i:i u
an l l-:o lc::s taN
1 nents t !d
in '-r Lr f-ir oi.e
;-riptoiii ?( Mjis Mt
I eon nni Acr "rie-. :
i k aarrai.te.i. ? :cvmi l-li.t
u -ti ex:t. m ft-r ;. v
r:'.i ; etiel.rr-!
v .ir, and irni.t -.1 for a.
-t i id i SC.
:i: 1 and
' 1: ijtil
of time. Gr.irrte !::.; k, Lilerty m., arret, o
lAi rlt lti,
. - i .11
ot yi t
i. t:id a itht:- m .r.'
. ive now a:i ei.-.;.u.
il! i f j 1 .1 . ,.
ol't IM 1 1. i
t' t.l Jn i u .m.-.
L asJortait'Ut of
i, Mel'MleuDd, &c. ii-C.
B. T. i'OMEROY'3.
i church or parlor organ
1 V A fi'ic tned, M iho.oy easel Org-m well
ad.ipted fra small Chnreh or th Pjrh.r. no for
s:e at a very low price, at PoMKROYS!
Sept. 20. Mmie Store.
pAXE SEAT PIANO AND MEL0-
KJ DKHN STOOLS, just received at
ER.tL very superior new Pianos
just oiiene.1 at TOME ROY 3
Sj.-pt. itl. Muiic Store.
FEW MEL0DE0XS TO RENT
now on hand. S. T. P031EK0V-
I3IAX0 FORTES. The following
JL enmprises In part the stock of Piano Forte now
in my W.are-Rtnm : Prices.
- " 3imi
" fancy " " 3-X
" extra finish
" plain Srr
round corner j
extra larire scale liT5
plain taMes. round cor. 3-V)
carved Rose ta'.les. each 4-J.i
V5 ib i- i r I,IASO-c,oar..,'V ''-V1
- j B '- til IT i:. V. li .i T f If T "j
!le.n:d l: li '. U-.tl-.-r K i
n l'ian-Forf. i lo I'-on.. ,M.t.r., ...,. .:.-..r-1
.::. 6het I:ii'r.',t -i. i:..is r r .... .i i nt
Tiro " "
One " " -
" 6 "
To 7 "
7 U M
Nothing cm surpass the richness of tone,
and finish of the fir. last-named.
One second-hand good tone.. ............... .
The a'ove have all been recently selected by myself
at the Manufactories, and are in every respect superior
A liberal discouut will be made from these prices for
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. i, U34. S. T. I'OMKROY.
CHRISTMAS AND XEW YEARS
PKKSKNT5. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real ombttamliot and valuable present
dnring the couiin; Oift season, cannot fail to mike a
nice and satisfactory selection for that purjose, if they
will take the trouble to call aud examine my Urge
assortment of suerior Piauos aud M :lodeous, and
ascertain the lw hzures at which a really valuable and
hue toued Instrument C tn be obtaineil.
Pianos from $10d to SK). Melodeons from $13 to
$2tW. a. T. POilERJY.
Warren, Nov. 13. IH54.
ALPINE OLEK SIN'GER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK,
COTTAGE tiLEES. tc,
Just received at POMEROY'S. Ang. 2.
TKUCTOR a new supply at
0XE SEC0XD HAXD 4 0C. MEL0
DK0N, very good tone, can be bought for 43i, at
TASS VIOLS, Guit .rs. CI .rotxtts und
A J Violins a
i larze supply just received by
SOME more of these Sc on I Hand
Pianos, just received at POMEROY'S.
rpiIE GUITAR. We publ sh ihe f 1-
lowing from Wm. Hill & Sun's advertisement in
tlie JIical World and Times; Vith tlie great and
increased attention uow given to the stu ly of munictlie
present demand for tins eautiful and graceful Instru
ment should 11 ot be a matter of surprise. A few years
a?n it was quite a novelty to heju a Lt-ly or Gentleman
play the Guitar, but the o Hilarity of the instrument
lias so grivtly increased, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at least oi:e of its
mem iters uum'-er amors their accomplishments that of
playing the Guitar. William Hall Sc. Sons are making
very suierior article in tliat line, and their iustru
mciiUt are warranted to stand any climate. We have
those of their make, and also, the German snd Spanish
Guitar, from $3 to 30 each. AUo strinrs oftl.e very
bet quality. S- T. P0MEROV.
Warren, July 19.
SO M ET II IX (TxYwTC ARII ART'S
MKL0DE0X IVSTRrCTOR! This is an invalu
aile vurmi to those learning to play the Melo icon. It is
large, neatly Louud work, presenting a scries of near
ly 2b) studies be in a complete aud progressive method
instruction for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
To tins is a-lded a very valuable assortment of :r"mi;!,,
Due'.L, aud Trios. WalUes, Marches, yuick Steps, Pol
kas Ace.; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Elhu Walts, Fest March, Gertrude's
Dream Walu, Gi-y Polka, Iron Boots V'liclc Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walu, Chorus
from William Tell, Thou Hast Learned to Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Song and luartetie, Jamie on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrie, Family Bible, &C-, all
There are nearly 100 good pieces of Music In the
Bark. Price $l,bo. It will lie sent by mail to any one
sending $l.i!0 and 4 postage stamps.
w-.n A.,rii l- lAl T- PA ME lift Y
rFTROXOMES Of t'rri-krPner-J I
U. . ,, , , . t
with and withont a bell, f-.r marking off meas- .
ures.for sale at PoMEROl s. .very Music Teacher
should have one i-ay Jl. .
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POM K ROY'S. The Hallelujah, Cytiiara, Chime,
Youne- Folks' Glee Bok; Dodworth's Brass Band
School; Am-ituer Organist; Johnson's System of Har
mony, see, c, a. I vatua'de works.
Warren, November 1
70STER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A tirse supply just receired. This is juit the
Book that little clubs of Violinists and Flutists wanu
we nre happy to say they arc beginning to hud it
in this section cs they have already done iu tne
Eastern States. Me are prepared to furnish them as we
doeverythiuirelse at the New lork retail price. 9 1,01.
Orders by mail promptly- tilled. b. 1. ru.utBOi.
May 3, 54.
lst Keel Instruments in the world. A fresh sap
ply jnst recei red at l'OMKHOY'3.
GUITARS. A v.-rv respec al)!e nrti
cle can now be bought at I'OMfcKOY'S for 33 So.
PIAX0 STOOLS Plush and Hair
Cloth Stools, a Cue assortment; also cheap Caui
do., at Iniay 31 i-OMKUDY'S.
IJOliTABLE Mu-sic S ands, at
may 31 TOMEKOVS.
TTWNli T0NKD 4 KEYED IV0RV
TIPPED FLUTES, with a hox, can lie honght a
1'ilMEKikY'S Music SLure for 22 llifi others in nroiHir
'cndel's Melodeos Instructor;
Itaker's Piano-Porte ditto ;
lturiuullcr's " ditto
Rertiin'sConii.lcte and Abridged ditto ; r.t
June '.. PoMEUOVS.
'"PHE S'niinarv Cl iss B v k ; a c p tal
Sii.;inr Book for Schools and Prirate Classes.
S. T. POMEUOY.
Cottage Glees, a nxw suj plv, at
DRUMS FildUs anl Tium-
Dodwortu's Brass Band
splendid thtn;r, for sale ly
chool ; a
VL0T of le;fiiit Fltitiiias, from S8
to ?33, just ree'd at jun 7 POMEROY'S.
A JA MUSICAL TERMS, "a com-
tJjJjyj plete Dictionary, for sale by
Jane". POME ROY.
rPUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
tise on tunineaud repairing Pianos and Melt leon
jn cw., at
May 3, 'H.
MUSIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, '54.
BEST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3, ':,4. POMEROY'S.
4 OLD Violin G Strings, at
Slay 3, 54. PtM
0TICE IN ATTACHMENT. Al
instance an Order of Attachment was issued
the 13th insu, by I'pson Bulmell, a Justice of the
lor Trunibuil County, against tne property ami
s of William Bayard, a non-resident lei.tr of
Cnunty. Tiie case will 'o for trial on tue iTih
of Januurj. l'-"5. Pbint-fTs dorr nnd $'A".
LI" SANDER I'ELTON,
By R. B. Bkncs Attornry.
Gustavus, Nor. 2. lK"4-:tw.
Calf Slims, at
nor f 1
for Upper L-atlier smd
JAS. JicCOXNELL A. Co'.
IIREE HUNDRED lbs. irood Shoe
nd U0 His. Fine Shoe Nail, at
JAd. MiCON.VELL : Co's.
"PAINT, VARNISH, SCRUBBING
Stencil Rrashes. for snle hy
POKTKK ft. Co.
DR.J. S. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN
The greatest Remedy erer discovered forPyspep
ot may 31 PORTER Co.'s.
PHYSICIANS' POCKET CASES,
Medical and Surgical, for sale low hr
May jl 1 . POUTER Co.
ROUND CINNAMON, Cloves. All-
A sniceand Pepper, wamtnte! re, at
May 31. POUTER Co.'s Dm Store.
ELLY JARS it TUMBLERS, at
Aug. 9. E. A. SMITH - Co.'.
PIIE ANNUAL SALE OF SLIPS
In the Prehyterian Church will Lake place on
tlonday. Jn. 1st. at 1 .'clock, P. M. All intere-ded
requested to attend. d 20-2w
UBINS' Celebrated Perfumnj Es-
tootu.anu iiorse hair Flesh Brushes : a larre ranety
Bath Straps, for sale by . A. SMITH Co.
RUMS. A fine assortment at
rxtirivnVe in lmi.r...ui. the eit-rtof hisrhop
, ena'.les him . iilrni-h aur .It.-criHton -1 . rk in his
j liu,t on a',ort r-i 1- i otir.. ,HW it l.e the
,..,,. ., f .ii i RAnorrili:. ..rth n.rsst,
i Ki':nv ,. . ... wUUh araat.U .n .. ....
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
A SOITII Or THE rAXAL. The at.- ,
sithscrii rr his noir on l.an 1, an-i .ill "ijtSi1
I KlAiiKS. Ul litilKS an 1 AUliNa ou l.M
Hi WnKKMEN sri.nurpjsedby Rt- !i- t.iee .u.
try. and h: work h ;I1 vt-l f not surp a J ea;er;.
Bur ries ani Carr.iiges rv i-'y fr Uj., .:( 1 n
ehansrd t'r L'tu1? r Country Kroluce,..-.-. .u.-; Horj-.
j Seeoinl-liiTi-l w;.,;ei t ike; 'i. eshin f.- t.r s on.--.
CAKKI.tiK T::lMMIN; tlte i on h.n. I. and i-,i
j sale nt lite i-i-ire.
t Th"e w:.-!iiie n.iy sr'k in i'i;' ihie of t a;r.esn. a.
( inviUtl t'i r-. i n. "; an- e.Aa.i, m, -. rU ..u
nru-es, and :jt-y . n:i. ' v.vl i be rica 1 reg. r . ij
1 both. My shop having bejjiae a perutue..! one. I
(b-t-rniincd to npp aid sutt all who liUe riding I i ;t.
eleant and e.isy C-irrias, or the rnwr who desires a
su -intial tnrrr or roait wagon or t a.
P tinting and T.-imming done cn short notice.
TTAll work rnnuf ictured at my shp is wirrinted.
Warren, March i-, lei? j H. C. BELDEX.
rer of C.irriages, Itargies and
Wasrous, West side of the Malioninc riv
er, W arren. Ohio, keeps on hand a large assortment in
his line, oi the latest and most improved eastern stvles,
among which mny lie found S l;irge lot of splendid Roek
aways. of v.iriou- patterns, with one, two or three seats;
a good supply of sliding seat Carriages, sevenil of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tnps,
beinie dinVrent and f;ir snperior to anything ever manu
factured iu this section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Buggis, and two-horse
Wagons, all of which will he sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Res.rve. By keeping none but
the I et if workmen, and professin? to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
bet ma'.erial that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction is regards style,
nu dity or prce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second hand bug?ies taken in exchange for finished
N. B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done In good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A 'reasonable credit will be jiTen to all responsible per
sons who may desire it, AU work done at his manufac
tory is warranted.
R 'member the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April 22. IKiX ELI K. WIS ELL.
PKKMIUM CARRIAGK SHOP,
Canlield. Ohio. The su!scriler takes .
:his metliod to inform the generous public. th:it he stiil
carries on the above business, in all its various branches,
and will make to order, any thing that a man may want
in h:s line. Having a large stock or new material al
ways on hand, and the best of workmen to do it up in
style that cannot ie surpassed by any establishment in
the country, th who wish to purchase Carriages or
Buggies ready-made, cau always hud a large assortment
at my shop, of all uu-ilities. aud at all prices, and I am
not afraid of competition, from any quarter, especially
north. I would ju-t say to all who wish to get a good
article, they would do well to call on this esuh)ihment
IxMore purchasing elsewhere, for our work is of the best
qualitv. nnd all warranted
PAINTING and TRIMMING done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
XEW BUGGIES in exchange for old ones. AU kindi
of Lumber Liken in exchange for work.
The subscriber Cutters himself thai by strict attention
of himself and hands to business, he can hare a reason
able sluiru of uMic patronage. Thankful for all former
favors, he will be till more thankful for new ones.
Canbeld. Mai 2G. Ir03 M. SWA.VK.
I3ATCH it ALLISON are now recei-
JL ring large Invoices of Goods in their
line which nave ieen purchaser at nrst
hauds and inouly for cash, and now offer to
the trade at Wholesale, at a small advance.
the following articles, besides many other which can be
seen in large bills.
t00 hides Patent Leather, all colors ;
lt0 pieces Damask, Silk Stripe, Wonted, Jtc ;
10 do Couap Silks, a uew style ;
50 do Broad Cloth, all shades ;
3b0 do Coach Laces, more silk, very fine;
4iH)yd. Silk Festooning;
50 pieces Silk and Worsted Fringe ;
10 pieces Floor Oil Cloth, ?a, 4 4, 5-4. 6-4 ;
2b0 gross worsted Tufts ;
541 yds. Plush ;
50 dos. B ick Lights ;
3"0 seits Silver and Brass Top Props ;
2 " Bands;
50 doz. Stnmp Joints ;
50 Shade and Handle Tassels ;
fdeces eHt quality Enameled Cloth
5 Hi Iwxes Tuft Nails ;
.5 pieces Fancy Colored Ennmeled Cloth ;
A hue lot of Enameled and Oil Top Leather.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS LINE.
500 eross Jap panned Rolling Buckles, , X, 1, lM
LS. I V i
lint gross Rings, T.'. 1 V. 3 X XX 2 inch ;
100 aox new style Rosettes ;
75 gros Fancy Ornaments ;
tfO gross Brass lined Riu;s ;
3k") pairs do and Silver Coach and Qig Hames ;
lt0 dox. Self-ailjusting Trees ;
57 44 Br;iiS and Silver Plated B.tta ;
100 Japanned Bitts ;
lo Brass and Stiver Tenets, new sty Is ;
lofl groM Trunk Nails ;
50di. Trunk Locks ;
A lari'e and mil stock of Saddler's Tools.
We have the exclusive asency (for Northern Ohio.)
for the sale of the celebrated Lawrence Enameled Cloth,
which we will warrant to be good or no sale. Ail goo is
in our line will be sold as cheap as can be bought in
this section, of a good quality; we will not be under
sold by any one. under any circumsvtnces we nse no
gas. but mean what we say. rAllu as. Ai.tioO...
Warren, June le53.
'T'HE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings it
J- Morgan are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises au assortment of every st le
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goo. Is, Straw Good. Par
asoU, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, fee, Ste.
They would call attention particularly to thetr exten
sive variety of Ladies Dr -ss Gools, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons. Embroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, Ac in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to Uteir
assorUnrnt of ver suuerior Table Linens, Linen dueet-
in PiUoW Cawj Li- Shirting Linens, .c.
Th(jy ilUrnd w kerp tneir gtocK ful at mll times, of
t and moat fashiDnaide styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be undersold as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April li.
PLANK ROAD CO. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLD
ERS. The su'iscritters to the Capital Stock of said
Company, are here'y notified that itie following assess
ment have trcen made upon the amount of stock by
them su!'eri-el, to wit :
H j er cent, to become due May loth, 154.
lb ier cent, to become due July 13th, do
lu per cent, to become due Se. !.tn, do
10 (er cent, to become due Nor. 1-tth, do
lu ir cent, to become due Jan. 14th, If 35.
Said stockholders are hereby notified to pay said sev
eral instalments, as they severally become due, to Sam
uel Quinby, Esq., Treasurer of said Company, at his
olhce in Warren.
By order of the Directors. T. E. WEBB,
Warren, March 13. lv-34-lOm Secretary.
7ARREX SASH, Blind and Door
T Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren, O. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH, BLINDS and
DOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Safni, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sizes in use, and of the best
quality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture of YENITIA!Y
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore oi'erel to tne public.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
DOOR, of tlie latest styles, and of a superior Quality.
All work made at our establishment willbe warranted,
we use nothing hut the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
deavors to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
improvements in our business, aud conversant wilh
bite styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would invite all wishing to purchase the above ar
ticles, to call at our oflVe, where we will be fonnd at all
hours of Uie day, for we shall give our constant per
tonal superintendancc to tlie details of our business.
E. SPEAR Si SON,
jan 19. 153. Successors to Edward Spear.
A. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt,
Bro. ft Co) X0. 5. MAIN STREET, WARREN,
-Dealers in Druzs, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumer;, Ac. Also, a full
tssortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes,
Brushes, Str. Sole rents in the place for the sale of
Jayue's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other pojitilar remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
KJ is a ll
PARTNERSHIP. Ed. A. Smith
liuitted to an interest in our business, to take
eiiect from the firt day of March, It.
The Drug and Medicine business will be continued
under the firm and name of E. A. Smith t9t Co.
E. A. Smith will attend to the settlement of the af-
,irs of our late firm, and is authorised to collert the
onttanding debts. " HOYT, BRO. St Co.
Warren, March 2.
BATTLE POWDER r-Breinin?, Fron-
field at Co.'s Celehrated etal.le Cattle Powdet
constantly on hand and for sale in tare or small nnan
tities I.y the suliscribers, who are sol. Agents for this
N. B. None are renuine unless procured of
March Ir", lfvii-tf C. M. MQSER. Agts.
QPANISII MOSS bythebal- orlblH
Alcove Kujs, Silver Tern-its. Full Plate Crescent
Harness Trinuuings, hest quality Spurs, aud Seartiiiig
ju:ie S PATCn k, ALLISON"?.
BARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes.
Log and Tmce Chains, Breed ing Loops. Brasi
Silver Gag Reins and Chains. Carriage Knobs
Japanned, Silver Brass and patent, at ,
jun 3 PATCH AT f SOS 8.
Flat of onr TTnion.
To be had at
The American Crusader.
stALDVUN i itookstor.
DOORS. DOORS. DOORS.-To Con
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We can furnish
with Panel Doors of all styles, a great deal cheaper
you can make them hy hand, (and as good if not
hencr.j t ali ami examine our wora and prices; you
be suited with both. A liberal discount to wiole
traders. R SPEAR St SON.
-New and recent
BALDWIN'S, Main St.
I70WLER & WELLS' Woiks. at .
Inov 15 BALDWIN'S Book Store, Mnln St.
PORT ER&Co?7 E 7DR17G
STORE. The proprietors of this establishment
pleasure in announcing to the udic.thatnotwith
standinr the late fire which destroyed a large portion of
Goods, we are again open and in full operation, at
3, Market St., Warren, O., where we are daily re
ceiving Fresh Drugs direct from New York and Phi la
deiphia. which we are offering for Casual prices that
cannot fail riving satisfaction.
HARRISON'S JUSTLY CELEBRA.
TED PERKL'MRY and Handkerchief Extracts.
Double Cologne, Lemon Roug. Toilet Soaps, Magnolia
Tablet.Oalk BaUs, ete etc. A fall supply at
. PORT kLR 4k Co.'s,
: u,-.frii:tiirt ii "nil ?rj:ic i uricr..
! "O0ST0N CL0TIIIXG HOUSE.
AJ WAR ov moll PKirt!! At CtiTtrrr A
j limiwa's Bl)ST0S CLuTlll.Nti IIOISK, in Nr.
iiuiiiiiiigc, ujijfu9.ic me vusuciiii vuue, wtitm arretr,
We are now: exhibiting t!i richest, chenpest and best
lot of CLOTII1N0. at Wholesale and Retail, ever
brought to tuia market, comprising Dre, trvck and
Business Cor.t. Overeoits, Paiits and ets, of every
variety and stj le orceival Je. To test the truth of oui
as.-ri.j we w: -i- yoa prices and you can come
. . r L
.n Uu- v
Roys" - i
. riling --tock
. 1 - ts i VrsT. r."0, with
f t a r.-u .cii ol
i . : . '.. f-jr
c. .,r,.i i A.'a cKii-
Vi' vt a.jiull
lock t-i H. : iebi.
i -. r:.-h
' L i :o
i ,j ..id
..id T'i .Pi of t.s- tA' ui
rAKti.-f j- Pr.'pr u r, I
i 'urn t
:ar- i ; i t- -
..j f-r f - -h.i.i.t;
a ir .r 1 1
LiinJ -:ic le'::i..
ai. -i,.d T:t- t
W. i ta.t t'i-'.T
ti.tlity -ti- ciijk'eu. c:."'" "
etjuuile I i;; tn.s section' f Country. 0r l u.-i!.
warrant?! to be ofgoJi miter iai, well m ,de. ac I tu
g.ve goj.l service We have but one prioe for oir
goods, and that a just one. believing it a j oor policy
and wore priucipie to p loader frjiu one p?r m to
secure the loss o i another. P T. B. R1 LETT,
Warren, Oct. 7. 1K4. G. W. BhJVVN
t MILLS ! ! The underlined
tike this method ol
infurraing the farming puMic, that still continuing to
manufacture Fanning Mills, thev have so fur improved
the same as t te able, not only to take out foul seeds
from Grain, better and faster than any other mill now
in use, but also to perfectly separate, or take out, the
ror mtrt thatmnr he lo.. 'ei in tne same.
They can also take Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed in
the chuff, and by once runnin, it through, cau make it
perfectly merennta'de. Their Flaxseed and rat dirt
cleaners are their own inventions, deduced m much
study and ex,erimenting the pt winter, am. are such
as are not to ie found in any other mill extent. Ther
tuvite nil vho need mills to call and examine theirs
j before purchising elsewhere; and as their mills are
always warranted. thy can run no risk of teing iai
posed upon with a poor mill.
Fariaington, July 19. W. CURTIS at S0X3.
O AVEXXA B00K-BIXDERY. Thi:
JL underpinned, tn connection with their Printing
wracf ana cook store, nave esuMisnel a
BINDKRY, where Book-Binding in every
variety and stvle. will be done on short
faottce. Their Bindery has one of
Blank Books ruled to order; Periodicals bound; old
books re-bonnd: and every branch of the business at
tended to in the best manner, and on reasonable terms.
This establishment employs the best of workmen, and
a comparison with work turned out from other Bind
erie4 in regard to style, durability, finish aud price, is
Books anil orders may be left at ADAMS Bookstore,
Warren, who is authorized to receive and forward the
same. HALL, ULRRICK or WADSWORTU.
Au j. 1G, lfatj-tim Ravenua, Portage Co., 0.
-L the I
MIE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
larcrt. cheapest and bet wlectM stock of
GROCERIES AND YANKEE NOTIONS
in the County, was awarded to Dew Lar dc SrraRT, who
have just received the nrwt complete assortment ever
oilcred to the people of Old Trumbull. Purchased since
the trreat decl.ue in prices, which euaMes them to oiler
tlie following programme of EuaMes, irinka-des, ear
ablesand Faucyhles, at rates which w.ll ast-inish poli
ticians, Kuow-Nothings, oicall of whom with Uie rest
of "human critters. are invited to attend the show,
free-gratis for-nothing, children half price, aid inspect
the stock, consisting in part of
100 Boxes Raisins. 50 Bags Rio ColTee.
50 H Rosin Soaps. 10 Packets Java do.
50 assorted kinds. 60 Chests Tea, all prices,
duo dox. Lyon's Katharion. 51 Bigs Pepper.
-'0 Bxs Long Nose Pipes. 100 Mat Coasia.
0 Bags AUpice. 50 dos. Scotch Ale.
10 doi. Jars Pickles. 50 London Porter.
50 Bxs Soda Biscuit. 500 M Cigars, all grades.
50 bbls. Butter Crackers. St bbls. C C Sugar.
10 Water do. 20 Pow.lered do.
10 41 Suzar do. 10 Crushed do.
10 hh:Is. N. O. Sasar. 5o0 gro. M:itcaes.
50 bbls. Molasses. 50 Bitts 5s dx Hs Tobacco.
10 3 U Syrup. 50 Fancy Brands, do.
50 dox. German Meerschaums. Chocolate ; Cocoa;
Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
Fountain Starch, the nicest thing out ; Corn Surch,
Tapiocca. Farina, ice, for Fuddings ; 50 Boxes Steariu
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; 20 gross Pint and
5 Pint Flasks ; 3 gross Wicker Flasks ; Almonds ;
Brazil NuiJ. Filberts; Peceans ; English Walunts ;
Pe i Nuts ; Citroc : Z into Currams ; Prunes , Seeilles
Riisins; Cnt-and-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Brandies ; Wines ; Rum : Gin and Whisky, by the bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Notions, Sta
tionery, Biank Books, Memorandums, dtc, all of which
is offered to Uie Jobbing Trade at a small advance from
New York prices. We have not the time or space to
enumerate our stock in full, bat test our plea on the
hope that "VOL" will caLU sec, stTT. and finally. In
the second place, seveuteenthly. we beg leave to sub- ,
scribe ourselves '"Trulv Yourn,
DL'NLAP & STEWART.
4 5 JUrLo Street.
Warren, Xov. 1. 154. 1
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON
D., PUTS.IATIIC OK BOTAXIC PHTiCIa!f A5
SlRGlox, would respectfully inform the Public gener
ally, that he has located himself at Newton FaliS,
where he will attend to al? calis ia his profession, at
his OUice or at private dwilltngs.
Dr. M. will pay particular attention to all kinds of
of old Chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Liver
Coinplamls, l.enM o: the Langs. Kidney, in
Brouciiu., Artlimatic Aftiiction. and ail diseases
arising from an impure st.it e of the blood. Also all
diseases peculiar to the remale sex.
Dr. Morton's remedies are purely venerable and ths
mater-enre, discarding poisons of every kind, both
mineral, vegetable ami animal, lie will also keep oa
hand all kin-ls of Botanic Medic tues, both simple and
compound; Tinctures, :yrup, Biuers, Liniments, otc.
tic. for sa'e.
Newton Fall, Nov. 2, 1?54 nov S-tf.
7HITE A. B. C, and Yellow Sugar,
v and a prim article of NewOrleans, at wholesale
or any other way.
As it was purchased low it can be
sold very cheap,
E. E. H0YT CO.
"VJ0TICE. An inventory and appraise
ll men of th? Eta'e and property of William Ran
ey, late of Train ull County, deceased, will be taken
at his late residence in said County, on the 5th day of
December, lf-l, and continue from day to day there-
alter, it necessary, until compl-teij.
JAMES CLARK, Administrator.
Dee. 13, 1.-5 4-3 w.
TTOLLIDAY GIFTS. Just received,
Luc iouowiu oeauiuui douuu, gilt, luusiraieu
Book?, at the New-iork Bookstore, at prices to suit the
I he Gem, A Gift of Friendship ;
M os Rose, A Token ot Remembrance,;
R-'incm -er Me, A Token of Love;
Bcnisou, A G.ft of Adectioa ;
llyaciuth. A Gift of Sentiment;
B-uialOJering. Memory's G.ft;
Masonic OJenng, A Gut of Flowers;
Know Nothing, Know Sometniug;
Magnolia, Pearl Odering.
dee At BALDWIN'S
T7XECUT0RS NOTICE. Notice is
A-J hereby given that the subscriber bis been an
piinted Executor in the eatata of Thomas Haw ley, late
Fowler, deceased. Al! ersons having claims against
said estate will present them w.tQin uue year, legally
authenucateti to me at rowier ; and all persons in
deoted to said estate are rcqueste! to make immediate
Sv me nt. CUANDLER UAHLtl.
J law. wi.k
UUMY LAX US. By a recent
lows of soldiers of the War of IS12. and
Indian Wars since 190, are entitled to the Liu
Bounty although married a second time if widows when
they mae application. There are hundreds now enti
tled to the Laud Bounty who have been heretofore cut
otf. If such persons will apply to me I cau get them
Land Warrants bought and sold. Apply to
J. K. A a PER, Au'y at Law.
Warren, November 22, 1654-'2m.
17 AIR ! FAIR ! ! CHEAP NOVELS
L BY THE CORD.
Spanish Musketeer; by Lieut. Murray.
The Naval Oilicer ;
Red Revenger, Pirate King of the Florida.
B!ack Avenger of the Spanish Main.
White Rover, or the Lovely Maid of Louisiana,
Ocean Martyr, or Hunter Spy.
Ivan the Serf tale of Russia.
Rosalette, flower Girl of Paris.
Antrelo, or the Convent of Santa Clara,
H'.ldebraud. the Buccaneer Cardinal.
The Rival Brothers ; by II. P. Cheever.
Russian Guards man ; by Ben Perly Poore.
r'auuy Campbell, the Female Pintle.
At the NEW YORK BO0RSTORE,
AV.33, wVaiS.ref, ris doors South of th Post-
Ucey Harrta. Ohio.
DISSOLUTION. The rartnerl
heretofore existing bet-veem the subscribers un
der the name and style of S. Sc. C. Moer is this day dis
solved by mutual cuseut. The notes and accouuts el
Lite firm, axe in Lie hands of Sun.uel Moser foi
settlement. SAMCEL M0SER.
Warren, July 24, 1-34. CORNEUCS MOoER-
CO-PARTNERSiriP. The undersigned. of Ihe laft
of S St C MOSER.ha this diy associated with him
ic hue I loser, for the inirpose of contmutiig the Mer
cantile business at the old st uid. under the tame and
stle of C.St M. Moser. They respeclrully iavite a
contiuuance of the patronage so liberaily extended U
Utu him. CORNEUL'S M0SER.
Warren, July 2j. I?a4.
COPARTXERSHIP.-Johri W. Brooks
ar.d Rufus Tnorcas Iiaving associated theaisclret
together for tiie vurposc oi doing a Custom Tailoring
usiuess, hold ihemsr-lve iu readiness at alt times to
on all who may f.ivor them with a call, pro.nis.np
all work entruijJ to thetr making shall be done it
best of style and wirmnt- d.
Rooms over Nb-hts Hat !?tore. M:itn Street
ir rP3rti'n:ar rittt-ntiou luid t C-,itin--Warren.
Feb. UUOoKS &. TnOMAS.
FECIAL X0TICE to consumers ol
lery aid Hardware. Packard St Co- Whole
salenmi Retail Hardware Dealers at W-st Greenville.
wish to advise the readers of the "Chronicle that
very hirge stock and f;ill asortment of Goo U in the
above line, cau at U tia.es be buind at liieir Mammoth
iishtuent. which for quality or cheapness ca.'.nol
excelled in the Country. Iiri.(.ss aud Saddle X
iu Ashtabula and the Northern part of Truia: ull
County, can save time aud miieae' oy going to
Oar Goods arc bougM of 3Ianu.acturcrs for cash
thereby enabling U4 to oifer cash buyers every induce
We will obligate ourselves to duplicate am
from Pittsburgh, ClevebiLd or Euaalo.
lar-e ailditiou to the stock of Japatined, Bnu? and
Silver IMatcd Goods, Patent and Enamelled Le-itJiei
Saddle Trees, Carriage Trimmings. Sic, are now am
for tlie Fall Trade. W? will be p leased at al i
to show our Goods to all who wih t; boy, or "art
looking around.' WARREN PACKARD Co.
Sept. JO. Ihj4
T70UND A POCKET-BOOK contain-
ing quite a snro of money and imj-ers. which the
can hare by call ing at the New York Book Store
proving property and p-tving for this advertisement.
Warren, Nov. W. 1i-j4. 1L A. A. BALDWIN.
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Brus
sels, Three Ply, Ingrain," Cotton and Hemp, am!
Yenetian, at the
aprS'i " NEW-YORK STORK.
"T7RENCII MERIN0ES, the largesi
and most complete of colors In town. AluoCo
all wool Gala Plaids and DeL iins, Muslin d
Beiges and other Dress Goods hv the piece or vnrl.
SEW YORK STORE.
PINK SHINGLES on hnnd (mosto.
the time.) PACKARD c BARNTM.
Oct. SJ, l.iS4.
bow town to it. nd
the sre .1 of th. earth, shall kc.
Neier could this he said w'.i .
more tmth. tiian it now apf.li, -thi.
remedy f,.r arlet-tious oi rl.
...i.ii -.r.i mugs, ine exilt.
In l-.!nr . and" power, seltr ol
ei. .t wiLreawey. while hot', thi
i.u .. . tue (re.( can f. el iu traelts. T.e Hheral-
ja., ..,d a.on ,bM. ra. t ,rrr tn
1 ' -' over .: t-h w, mh rh blre l.
an. t uose or .if-. ...;... . ......
" Xir: '' ' i'-tai it tiutw lni! m bIomm
n ': t tv.,t
Ump ot their experioacv to Uvir
n"1" 'mi - n
' " -..-,in in-i:s.ationl :
ov't iV.:. Jr, -! ha, of late. a-ad. frw-
t;".ac PlV "' in ..ease vet ha.
o- ' "' .''. 1 ? ,'1'th U' V-'1 letely cire4
Accost, a..-, tlie assurances of my
r. c JCLES CLAL'D GOCtiUFT.
Leration of the r. s. A, Comiramrt.. Turtey.
Dr J. C Ave Der Sir:The c Prcnili
h!s private Secretary at the palace, and yon will doubt
less hear from it in due season. That ,U wer. Tm
as to semi me has en given to friends, wo. hav.
many cases, found it esceedincly useful.
sr . re."Ifully, CEO. P. MARSIT.
Minister Plenipotentiary of the U. g. A. to Turkey,
rv. 1 r .... . Cnasroa, March 5, 1 .
"V""1"' " aati.aed it ia a remedy whick
mtst meet in every cenntry the highest approbation.
C. W. JACKIIKEK. M. D .
. Besident Coart Phrsichui.
Anjone the eminent Editors who testify to their per-
cure rf" Md i""1"! -onderrul
cure, and immense usefulness of the Cnxaav Paen.
Est in their etions. we may mention
It!! '?mt Cnion. MilleilrerilK Qa.
5" i,tr"":Chr""" Advocate. Knoxville, Tenn.
Tennessee ' Ameriaa P'"bjrterian. GreenvUl..
J. B. Samson , "Democrat,- McConn.lhbnr,, Pa.
J. Kuss. Jr.. Shdhyville Sew. Tenn.
lo.""6'' McKe,lne Co-. Sut. Qaietu, BarUntm.
J. KnaSb Ac Co.. "Jonrnal." Beadinr. Pm.
srS5.a r"" Co " Time.
SLCohb, Christian Freeman. Boston.
m. B. J-icoh. Chriian Chronicle, Phi la.
" i' r TWnb C Dee'M. Chicao I1U
w w w? ?"' MMhodist Protestant. Bltimon.
B. C g UBim th''i"i Advocate Charlutoa.
J. Jn. Mieennla, True Delta, S. O.
M-Donnell. Daily Sews. Savamah. Ga.
Geo. p. Prentiss, LouisTille Journal, Ky
lion Schuyler Colfax. M. C, South Bend Re-isUr, la.
A. Comminirs. Christian Mirror. Portland, Me
M. H. Bartlett A Co.. Kepnlilican, Hartford, Con..
These r;er:tlemen have not only certified to theM
Utements in Uieir papers to the public, km hav. swat
me their personal letter, to tne effect that they hav.
found my preparation an article of great pul.lle utility.
space will not admit full testimonials here, but th.
airents below named will furnish my American Ahsnv
nae. gratis, to all who ask for it, wherein are full par
ticulars, and indisnotahle proof of these sutementsT
Prepar.lhy JAMCS C. AY EK, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemiit, Lowell. Mss .
Sold hy F. E-xsTEiitJr., Cincinnati ; K. A. SxrniAt
vt arren; J. Cwntit, N'ewton Fall; H. W. Cou
isa, Mesopotomia; and by all dealer ia Medicin.
every ir here.
1 1 r-Beware of counterfeits and worthies prenara.
tion attempted to be palmed off under a similarity as
ni"De- joet i5-3m
9AA GROSS. FRICTION AND
mmxjxj PERCUSS I0M MATCHES, quality 1
j .ovii um iur wtiie uy
. . A. SMITIT & c
B. Dealers supplied at manufacturer' price.
Sept. 13. 1Ho4.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
you who wish to sow any Spelter Wheat, can b.
upplied with thi valuaMe and new specie ef rraia
by calling soon at the Monro. House. Winter barlev
for seed only, can also be had.
Warren, Sept au. le54. AUGUSTUS GBAETBK.
LACES and Embroideries, Honito
Collars, etc to which the attention of the Ladies
ia invited, at th. (apr iri) K E W-Y0KK SIOUX.
PIECES Fast Color Prints, for
tjyjyj sale cheaper than the cheapest, at th.
."P;.5 NEW-YORK ST0R1.
VEW YORK STORE.
j- PARKS 4 WENTZ, are new receiving their
asual full stock of Fsll and Wiirm Goods, bourat
since the late DECLIN E d.f PitlCES. to which thaw
I uvite the attention of their friends, former patron,
aud tlie public, simply reioarkiut that they ar nrvas
to sc cxuutsoLO. iep. S7.
HAIR GLOVEiTstrnjies, Ba'h."GW
Flesh Brushes, for ale hy PORTER C.
SILKNNEfS8 cases Si.Fboi
net, which ar worthy the attention of th. ladiw.
MW YORK STORE.
BEST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
That bu lot " has this dar arrive!.
day arrive 3.
PACKARD d BABXUX.
BOOTS SHOES, and Leather at th
Oct. t NEW YORK ST0B-.
DISSOLUTION. The firm of Fel
low, M.irley Co., is this day dissolved by
mutual consent, and the business will b. settled by
T. II. Morley, dt Co. ' All person indebted to us will
please call aud settle immediately,
T. H. MORLET Co.
J. FELLOWS. -1
The Plow business will hereafter he conducted br
Scj.t. 6. 1U. T. li. MORLEY k Co.
CITY BAKERY. Crackers 7 cents
per pound. Cake SO cents per hundred. ,
July 26, 1m4-C.ii JOSEPH BEDFORD '
BBLS. PRIME LINSEED OIL
at the lowest cash price, hy tha lar.-:l or nllsi.
ju. i crx icim store anu tcr aaie oy
Sf t. IX g. A. SMITH k. Co.
HEAVY Brown Sheetings, from 6 to
8 cent per yard, at the
pr M XEW-TORK STQRJI. :
SPERM CANDLES, of Superior Qual
ity, at may 31 POUTER k, C. .r
VEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! ! '
A. The sn'.scribers are now receiving a larg. and
desirable Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, t.
which they iurite the attention of the public generally.
Their Good will be offered at price, that will defy all
Cumretiliou for rtmU. -pay, or in exchange for Produce.
Approved credit on short time will he given.
W arren, Oct. lrt, UH. CAM 1209 XX.
TDDINGS & MORGAN are now re-
1 ceirijg their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, embracing
a rery large assorttnect in all the departments of their
trade. The good have been bought at the lowest,
prices of the depressed market wijk tlie special refer
ence to the ste. nuns, t of times, and will be sold ac
conliuglr. For Goois at low price inquire at the
LOitij EMPIRE STORE.
Revised List for Superfine line Sato.
15, SO and 24. Light Window, 3
Cther sixes In proportion, and a food Stock on hand
at all times. Order fur Blind and Doors promptly
executed. All warranted to be of th best material.
oct PACKARD BARN UK
"TJELP CASH-ITS !!"
JL-L Slow ctutomers, and all other owtn-r aw
money past due, are resiiectuilr infunred that ihof
must pay us. We sell our gooda at cash price, and
rxpect cash for tbem so met. me. A word to the wia
sullicieut. oct it PACKARD . BARNUM.
OIL joit received and for sale by
nor 3.i E. A. SMITH k Co.
rVUE YOUNG FOI
JL BOOK. A new supply inst reci
: received at Pomerove-
ThU U tlie mo9t poiuiar Glee Book ever published.
every iver ot gooa i ocai aioJc, lurmonaed, iur it- -Price
31 00. d 1.1 -
IT00LEX GOODS ARE DOWN !
t f Broadcloth. Mick aud fancy Cimre Satin
ets, Ky. Jeaus, Vannels, Linseys, dze in great variety -and
in which reat inducements can be oNered at tiio
OcU -I. NEW YORK STORB.
INSEED OIL. 23 Barrels "Gris:
rold's best, for saie bj the barrel or gallon, at
manufacturera prices by
PACKARD St BARVm.
Dealers In Pine Sash, at redncfr: price.
if) IIUDS. N. 0. Sugar, for sale at
'"TV" wholesale at Ciccinnatti prices-adding freight. -;r?
PARK? k WENTZ.
VCARD. We do not mean to offend
any body, but ve must h ive our Notes and Ae
ronMs settled, or c will he oidied to leave them at
Squires' Otlice for collection.
ttarren, Nov. I, 'ol. JAg. VrCOyyn.l.
oAA FKET CLEAR, DRY. PINE
fJV'l lJhV. MISER. 1i, IX, IV and inehes thick.
suitable for S ish. Bauds and Doorn. for sale hv
Octii, l.j4. PAt'K ARD A BARNUM.
NEW TWO-HORSE LUMBER
WAGON for sal. cheap, bv
nor 1 DLNLAP At STEWART.
tTYAY HEIFER. Came toJl?
the residence of the u'.criber. In Meccs.jJ'jiiU
l:tt) 11KICER, aiout two years old. The person
owuing the same will be eutitied to the property by
proving it and paying charges.
LEWIS WILLIAMS. -
llrcca. Sor. 29. 1504-3.
'inVO GROSS of Township Maps of
all the States, at the r i
nor 13 NEW YORK BOOK STORE, Main at.
AZETTEER. at the
nov li NEW YORK B00KSTQRE. Main st. "
VAVERLY NQVliLS handsomely
T b..und, are cnsipl.te In i:7 volumes for 11 at
BALDWIN'S Book Store, Alain at.
GREEX and Black Teas, of superior '
quality. Our 5" cent Tea is dci.lcdly cheap ami
t. Japr :) N KW-XORK ST0RJE.
1J1C1I PLAID SILKS. Also a full'
assortment of high lo:rl Black Silks; Figured
hameleon. Bonnet and Lininf Silks.
Oct. 4. PAKK9 A WE-TTZ.
FIFTY DOZEN French (Jalf Skins, ,
(a, if JA. MOSNILL Ce',