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EUVVAKD 1. HOWARD,
Editor and Proprietor. ,
D. M. BISHOP, ruiTiL
Weekly Cirtnlaiioa Over 2100 Copifs,
; -and constantly Increasing.
TERMS Owa Dotxa. Fiftt Ccwts in rn.lT.ncr.
Two Doixtas If payment is delayed r"r the CI
piratian mt three months.
TfySs iier discontinued until H arrearages are
paid, except at tae option ot the Publishers.
RATKS OF ADVERTISING.
Twelve line, er let, one ioiertiM,
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Advertising ever this amount, at the rate of fifty dol
lars per cohlBUl. .
Address Cards, inserted for the year, at 1 00 per line.
JOB PRINTING.
Having a well selected assortment of Job Printing
material, we are prepared to execute in the very best
manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job
Printing,
Address Cards.
Business Cards,
Circulars,
Cataleagues,
Drafts.
Cheek Books. Bill Heads,
Justice?' Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks,
Handbills, Pamphlet.
Show Bills, Certificates,
Bills. Bank Checks,
tore Bills, Bills of Lading,
l Tickets. Manifests, etc
Blanks Receipts,
Colored Printing,
t thin done in tne saape oi i luiuin,
roch prices as cannot fail to suit, and on the shortest
nottosT We keep constantly on hand a. carefully selec
ted assortment of Cards and fine Stationery, from which
those in want of Printing en select.
. Justices' ami Constables' Blank,
WARRANTEE, MORTGAGE QUIT -CLAIM DKDS,
srnMoicm, nscrnsm, sosrsrwae, arc-.
Constantly on hand and for sale.
New Advertisements.
a TTrrT DPOHV lllnrnov mt T.nwr
Special attention giyen to collection, and the
Breeecuuon Ol rsama auo -
WarrTaO. jan M '5S ly 3.
T EGAL NOTICE
3-i John J. ElweU, i
. Ciyil Action.
jerome. roiiiip... t... .. ni
The Defenaent in tnis cause - .
the 27th day of December A. D. 1954, 1 caused an order
of Attachment to oe issueu - --f -
Meares, a Justice of the Peace of Bloomfield Township
in the County of Trumbull, and State of Ohio, fortbe
aum of B83,ti and costa. which said order has oeesi
. , . i j ;j ..nt. adlonrned
cruiyserveu anu rewruw,u 7 - ...
for trial, to the th day of February A. D. lH5o, at 10
O cloca A- 51. Ol aaiu uajr. vu..
Jan l Jt-
EXECUTORS NOTICE
Motiee is hereby rieen that the subscribers hare
been appointed Kxecutors in the Estate of Peter Carl
ton, deceased, late of Liberty Trumbull Co. Ohio,
o, FRANCIS B. CARLTON.
PETER CARLTON,
jan lOTS at
FARM FOR SALE OR BARTER.
I wriU sell a Farm in Johnson township Trumbull
Co. Ohio containing 7r?X acres of land, an which is
erected a fine House and Barn, on liberal terms and
easy payments, or I will exebanre it in part for a good
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE.
To persons desirjo of going out of business this op
portunity would be a Tery good one.
Tf. LITTLE.
Jan 10 "55- 3t Poland Ohio.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice is
herecy giyen that the subscriber has been ap
pointed Executor in the estate of Epson Andrews, late
of Vienna, deaeased. All persons haying claims
against said estate will present them within one year,
legally authenticated, te km, at How land; and all per
sons indebted to said estate arc requested to make im
mediate payment SAMUEL ANDREWS,
jan 10-3w.
ESTATE OF ABU AH T 1 RRILL.
Notice is hereby giyen that the undersigned has
been appoints i and quallified Administrator with the
will annexed, on the Estate of Abijah Tyrrill, late of
fowler, deceased. Persons having claims agrainst said
JSstate are notihed to present the same duly authentica
ted for settlement ; and all owing said Estate are re
quested to make immediate payment.
MATTHEW R. MACKEY. Administrator.
Vienna, Jan 10'55-3w.
HUMANITY IX THE CITY by Re.
Edwin H. Chapman. Discourses.
The lessons ef tbe etreet.
Han and Machinery.
The Symbols of the Republic.
The Springs of Social Life.
Tbe Allies of tne Tempter.
Tne Children of the poor dec
Mr. Chapman in this work has manfully endeavored
to awaken the rich 8 Lumberer from his cushioned bed of
luxury and bidding him look forth on the broad land
smitten as it were with the of distrust, blight, and bank
ruptcy, while his drowsy eyes are but half eoncioas ef
the want and Starvation which surrounds Him. he shoots
in his drowsy ears, "He that gireth to tne poor lendeth
to the Lord. A few copies ree'd, this day at
ADAMS.
WARREN fc LAKE ERIE PLANK
ROAD COMPAST. The Stockholders of the
Warren and Lake Erie Plank Road Company are hereby
notified to meet at the omce of K. F. Hoffman, in War
ren, Trumbull county, O., on the first Monday of Feb
ruary next, at 1 o'clock, A. at- for tiie purpose of
electing serea Directors for the ensuing year.
JOSEPH MARVIN, Jrn Prest.
B. F. BorrsiaK, Seey Warren, Jan., 1855.
IDA MAY A few copies at
Id 131
ADAMS'.
T EGAL NOTICE.
JJ The President, Directors, at Co.,1
Court of Com
mon Pleas, ef
Trnmbnll
County,' Ohio.
Civil Action.
of the esters Reserve Bank,
vs.
P. McCormick. Jacob Kobinson and
John Battles.
P. McCormick one of tbe defendants a non resident
of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that on the SrJtb.
day of December A. D. 1HS4, the plaintiffs filed their
petition against the defendants in said Court, alleging
that the defendants are indebted to ihem on tbe prom
issory note ef said P. McCormick, the said McCormick
as maker and the said Sobisoa ek Battles as endorsers
In the sum of 1163,30. with interest from Dec. StSth
litis, said note dated June 22nd. Ir54 and payable to
the order of said Robinson St Battles at the Merchants
and Manufactures Bank, Pittsburgh Pa. six months af
ter data.
A writ of Attachment was issued in said cause
against the goads and e fleets of said P. McCormick.
The plaintiBa will take judgment by default against
said P. McCormick for said sum and interest as afore
said unless he answers by tbe 3d dav of March 155.
HOTCHLNS A CCRTISS.
Jan. 3d. 1655 w Attys. for PLCs.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATED
WASH ttai.i.a, Brown Windsor and Transpsren
Soap in cakes and bars, and Colgate's Chemical Olir.
Soap. Far sale at
May 11- PORTER A Co.'s-
B RUSHES. Cloth, Hair, Tooth,
Kail, Toilet, Flesh, and a large assortment of
other Brushes en band and for sale, at
May 31. PORTER it Cn.V
FLAVORING EXTRACTS, for Ice
Creams, Puddings, Jellies, Cakes, etc., consisting
la part of Lemon, Vanilla, Rose and Peach, for sale by
May 31. PORTER fc Co.
ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
MEDICINES, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and 0
rood's India Cholagogue, for sale by
May 31. PORTER At Co.
COCHINEAL, Cudbear, Muriat of
Tin. Chemic for Coloring Greenland dye staffs sf
.very description. For sale low by
May 31. PORTER A Co.
CHINESE and American Vermillion.
India Red and Orange Mineral, just received and
for sale by nov 15 E. A. SMITH Sc Co.
INE SASH. "
500 Lights "a t Extra Quality, at - 3 e
50M " 8x10 - - . . . 3Sc
10US OxlS " ... 41. c
1UU0 10xM " - - - - 5'e
Other sises in proportion. Orders for Blinds and
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
equal U the best. PACsLARB At BARS CM, Ag'ts.
Warren. Ohio, Dee. 87.
A CHOICE SELECTION of long
and square Brocha and Bay State Shawls, sold
cheap, at the
jan S WARREN DRT GOODS STORE.
T.00RS, DOORS, DOORS.-T0 Con
J tractors. Carpenters and Builders. Ye can furnish
you with Panel Doors of all styles, a great deal cheajter
than you can make them hj hand, (and as food if not
tetter.; tsu and examine our work aud prices; you
will he suited with both. A liberal discount to wbole
ale traders. M fiPKAK SON.
January 26.
PORTER & Co.'s NEW DRUG
STORE. The proprietors of this estaJtltslunent
take pleasure in announcing to the public, that notwith
standi op the late are which destroyed a large portion of
oar Goods, we are again open and in full operation, at
Ko. 3, Market Su, Warren, 0. where we are daily re
eeirins; Fresh Irrupt direct from New York and Phila
delphia. which we are offering for Casa at prices that
cannot fail cririns; satisfaction.
THE IODIDES OF IRON, Mercury,
Zinc, Copper, Sulphur, and Potassium. Re-sub
limed Iodine, Bromine, Iron by Hydrogen. Constant!
n hand and for sale low at
May 31. PORTER at Cos.
ATTLE POWDER I-Breinin. Fron
J fteld t Co-'s Calebrawd Vegetable Cattle Powder
constantly on hand and for sale ia Urge or small quan
tities by tito siiMcrtoera, wno are soio Agenu for tins
aectioa.
N. B. None are aiuiinw unless procured of
March 18, Ipfrj-tf C. 4c M. MOSKR, Agts.
SPANISH MOSS by the bale orlb.
Alcove Bugs. Silver TerretU, Full Plate Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best quality Spurs, and Seaming
Cords at
June $ PATCH ALLISON'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes.
Lor; and Trace Chains, BreecUcg Loops, Brass
and Sitrer Gas? Keins and Chains, Carriage Knobs
Japanned, Sihrer Brass and patent, at ,
jnns t PATCH AT TTgpy p.
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NOW-NOTHING PAPERS.
Flag of our Union.
Ths American Crusader.
Golden Bull.
Wsverly Magazine.
BALDWIN'S Bookstore.
Gleason's PietoriaL
Scientist American.
To be had at
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SHERIFF'S SALE
The Board of Edacatis. of Braecville, Ptaiatif,
vs.
Daniel Liba. Defendant.
Byeirtne of a Pi. Fa. against the Plaintiff, in the
above entitled cause, to me directed and delivered, 1
hare levied on. and shall expose to patiiie sale, at the
door of the Court IIuse, iu the Tillage of Warren,
Tnnut'Ull count. Ohio, en
8 11 1'RDA V. THE 3d DAY OF FEBRCART. A. D. 1RS5.
between the hours of lit noloek, A. and 4 o'clock,
V. Mof said day. the following descriied lands and
tenements, to wit: Situate in section No. I. in the
townshiu of Braceville. Trumhull county, Ohio, houn
ded as follows : Beginning at the north -easterly corner
ofa piece of ground. release 1 on tne lltn dav of April,
A. D. Ii3, ly the School Director!. No. II, in said
Braceville. and running North 711 deg. West about 50
links, to the easterly line of the puMic (round in the
said section, and includes all that part or rre of land
belonging to said School District No. II, which is North
of the first deacriiied bouud, and Is a part of the par
sonage lot, so called, deeded by Krastne llinman, to
the Trustees of the parsonage of the Methodist Epis
copal Church aforesaid, and contains 4-10 hundredths
of an acre or land, more or less, on wnien is erected
brick school house. Appraised at t-'OU.
H. K UARMOX, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Warren, Jan. 3d, l54-6w.
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
Couiity. Court of Common Pleas.
Lorenzo Bowi
ys Petition for Divorce.
Mary M. Row)
Mary M. Row, will take notice that said Lorenza Row
uu the twentieth day of October A. D. 1854, filed a peti
tion in the said Court, praying that he may lie dirorced
from said Mary M. Row : He alleles as cause : First,
Gross neglect of duty ; Second. Adultery. Said cause
will be for hearing, at the March term of said Court
A. D. 1S5S.
C, W. Smith, Atty. for PUT. . d2S-6w.
4 TTACHMENT NOTICE. Before
J. . Vpsoa Bunhnell, J. P., Gustarus, Tromb. Co., 0.
eui uayes ana naipn riumb,
rs.
William 8. llul.hel and William Smith.
At oar instance an attachment m issued in our faror
against thr defeudants by I'pson Bashnell. a Jasttce of
Peace, of Uustares, Trumbull County, Ohio, on the 8th
day of B-?cemer A. I. 14, for the sum of $46,14.
Said case will be tried on the Sod dar of Fetmary A. D.
at vhica time Ute defendants can appear and de
fend.
frm ITftTn,
KaLPBpLosia,
Htrrcmwsfc Cranft, Att'js for Pl'ffa. Jan. 3d 3r.
VT0TICE is hereby given that the un-
A. y derslmen has been appointed guardian for TIM
OTHY K. THOMPSON, of Vernon. Trumbull eo who
has been dec hired an insane person by the Probate
Judge of Trumhulll eo and the public are hereby cau
tioned arainst trusting him, and persons haviug busi
ness With htm, will ideasc to do it with his cuardian.
Vernon, Jan. J. 1b54. THOS. A. THOMPSON.
"Vf OTICE is hereby given that RAL3A
1 1 CLARK was this day appointed and qualified as
Administrator of the estate of Kalsa A. Clark, lata of Ver
non, Trnmbnll county, deceased,
fjan 10.-3W-
DATE LEAVES, OR HISTORIC
CARDS. The Pate Leares form a system of social
frames intended for Parlor Amtuements and Education
al Id cent, re, or rejralai school Instruction.
Hlt is bettered that they possess all the social qnali
ties of Gaming Cards without that otter waste of time.
and tendency to dissipation. They Inspire the com
pany with mirth and furnish subjects for conversation;
proToce and excite inrrairy and research, and frive
systematic arranjretnenu to ideas and items. Koch
ester Dmutw jtmertc.
"The work has cost ranch labor, and merits the appro
bation of all Utose wno would eommne friendlr euioy
soent with inteHectual improrement. They may be used
in the school, the family or social circle. Qgntsee
"From a careful examination of these Lxrxs,we
are of opinion that Mr. Brewster has furnished a ral-
oanie and entertaining suhstitue for rames of less in
terest and uuestionable moraiitv Rrml Wrw Ymrkrr.
Testimonials from Clereymen, Principals of Acade
mies, ana names wen known a?d identified with the
cause of ed a cat ion, have been riren in earnest com
ndation of this new instructive to mental and social
improrement.
Tbc CaKDs, w in number, are nut up In eleeant
boxes, each accompanied with a book, cmnr full in
structions for the rarious francs. Price iOc per box.
ar lor sale to quantities ny ui.i.Dwiir. at tne
VL'IT VaDU' DilL'dTADI
23, llain St. Warren, Ohio.
LUMAN BARETT'S PATENT
BOUT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole arenu
for the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
the toughest p.ece of Leather in tw ati which it
fretmently takes an hour or more to do the same piece
or work. It stands without a nraU w e would respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the craft to
the subject. Do not forget the place. No. 90. Main Stu,
warren, U. Jd 13 J JA3. ait;u.tLi k uo.
THE CHIME Th.e great Singing
-a. book or tne season, a notice or wnicn wiu be
seen in another column, has Ju?t been received in large
Quantity, at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE, and is selling
rapidly. d 13
TIIE RICHEST BOOK OUT. The
Town in Con nils ions HIGII LIFE IN NEW
YORK,' by Johatham Slick, Esq., of Weathers lie Id,
Connecticut.
If you desire a long laugh, a good laugh, a hearty
langh, a real, uproarious explosion of a laugh, read
Jonathan 8 lick. Such humor, such comical ideas of
men and things, such inexpressibly funny Adventures
and Incidents, were certainly never before set down
print. It is & book of Infinite Jest and most comi
cal fancy. 4 13
SALE ! SALE ! ! OF REAL ESTATE
By Order of Court.
On Friday the 06th day of January, 1PS5, will be
old on the premises, in Weathers field. Trumbull Co. ,
Ohio, to the highest bidder, the following Real Estate
the property of John Young, deceased, being part
Lot No. 3 in said township, and is bounded, begin
ning at a point in the south line of said Lot, and west
the Mahoning River ; thence up said River 30 chains
and H6 links, to an oak tree; thence south 4 depr.,
west 26 chains and 11 links ; thence on the highway
chains and 00 links, to place of beginning, and con
tains forty acres of land. Appraised at Terms
sale made known on day of sate.
JOHN DBA A, Aministratorof
JOHN YOUNG, Deceased.
By Allcx 0. Frixam, Att'y. Dec, 27
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REATEST WORK OF THE DAY!
RUTH HALL," the new v-k by Fam Fn.
eminent critic, says :
"Ruth Hall is a great advance upot nything Fanny
Fern has heretofore written. It is . uishad by
same condensed and rigorous style," ths same
sweetness and pathos of sentiment, the same pictur
saqueness, vividness and affluence of description, ths
seme minute and comprehensive knowledge, the same
scope and originality of thought, and the same fidelity
nature which commanded such a flattering success
her first productions : and added to these is the at
traction which a sustained and interesting story always
preserve. 9 The influence of Kutn Mali is on
side of goodness, truth and religion ; and we think
one can read it without being made wiser, better,
and happier.'
Gaoaoi Ana has received 90 copies of this elegant
book, and has another supply on the way. d 7
SALE! SALE!! OF REAL ESTATE
By Order of Court.
On Friday, the 86ch dar of Jannarv. A. D., 1815,
between ttae hoars cf 9 A- M., and 4 P. V. of said day,
will be sold on the premises, in Greene. Trumbull Co.,
Ohio, the following Eeal Estate, as tbe property of
John M. Jeranld, deceased, Tia : Part of Lot So. 6 in
said Township, and is bounded, beginning at a post in
south-west corner of said Lot; thence north on the
line 19 chains and ii links ; thence east on the north
line 38 chains and 64 links, to a post : thence south on
centre of the road 19 chains and 39 links, to a
post: thence west along the south line of said Lot 3d
chains and 83 linka, to the place of beginning, aud
contains serenty-four and serenty-four one hondretus
acrea ol una. Appraised at . Terms of sale
made known on day of sale.
SAMUEL B. JERAFLD, Administrator of
JOHN M. JERAULD, Iteceased.
By Allu 0. roLLss, Att'y. d S7-w
SHERIFF'S SALE as Receiver.
.Nicholas J. Mnrphey and others.. In TranlboI,
George L. Woodford and others. ) Common Pleas.
By Tirtne of an order to Sheriff as Receiver, issued
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Trum
bull County. Ohio, in the abore entitled cause, and to
(aa 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
Shop of Charles Howard, in the village of Warren, on
Market Street, Trumbull County, Ohio. Oa JW.aWos.
iilh dmj tf JmmMMrf, Jl. I)-, lriii, between the hours
10 o'clock, A. JL, and 4 o dock, P. the following
described property, to wit :
4 black t'ur llata, 2 Straw Hats, 1 Chip, do., 1 pair
Oaiter Shoes, 1 pair Ladies Walking Shoes, S iair
Children's Morocco do., 1 pair Ladies Prunell Gaiters,
pair Rubber Shoes, 7 pair Mens' Calf Shoes, 1 pair
Kuan Blips, 0 pair Laaies" uair Bootees, 4 pair Mens
Shoes, I pair Ladies' Lace Boots, 10 boxes of Buttons.
bunches do. part box. Pant Buckles, part box of
Needles, 7 pair black Silk Mitts; S pair Lisle Gloves;
spirals Silk Twist; 3 pair Ladies black Cotton Gloves;
pairs Worsted tlocs; 3 skeins Thread; 9 Cotton sly
Ketts; a part piece Irish Linen; S pieces 15 yds barred
Muslin; 2 pieces ? yds. barred Cambric; 8 pieces 9U
yds. Cap Lace; S pieces 11 yds. figured Book Musi n: 1
Silk Parasul; 1 piece black Lace; 1 piece do. woorsted;
pieces White Lace Edging; IS part pieces do; 3
pieces Silk fringe; 15 part pieces Cosord and Braids;
lot of Bobbin, Cords and Braid; 1 box of thimbles;
Buttons, S)ectacles, and Knives; 23 bolts Cotlcn Tape;
part bolts Kibbon; part Spool Drab Twists; Fancy
Cards and Tooth Brushes; i Lather Brushes; 5 part
pieces black Cotton Lace; 2 Silk Cravats; 1 piece
black Cap Lace; 5 strings Beads; 1 lot Fancy Buttons;
Box and Chaik Line; 3 bolts Cap Wire; 53 Hair Combs;
Jj"yds. black Crape; 5 pair Ladies' Gloves; 3"J yds.
Inserting; 1i yds. Pink Cra; 1 1 pair Tabs; 17 Bullies;
Fancy Bonnet Linings; 21 Anil ais; 1 pair Buck
Gloves; 1 Pluu Cap: Oil Cai.; II yds. Fancy
DeLaine; 16), yds. Plaid Poplin; about 16 yds. Blue
do; Vi yds. dark De Laine;S Ve Patterns; 3 jus. Drab
Satinet; yd. Coburg; 2 Boys' Chip Hats; 3 Baskets; 1
lb. Cotton Yarn; 1 lbs. Carpet Yarn; 11 Scythe
Stones; about 6 lb. Paper Tacks; 1 paper Ehoe Tacks;
Kim Locks; a lot of Cast Butts, a lot of Bridlsnaps;
paper Brass Sails; 3 Padlocks; 6 Chest Locks; a lot
Brass Butts; about 51b. Y. II. Tea; 1 keg Spanish
Brown; 1 part Jar Snuff; 1!4 bladder do: 6dos. Bril
tania Teaspoons; 2 Sugar Bowls; 2 Teapots; 2 Weav
er's Reeds No. snd !; 1 patent Straw Cutter; I sett
Counter Scales and Weights; 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. Murphey against George L. Woodford, in the
above entitled cause. H. K. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Jan. 3, 1K5.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Ths Ststw or Ohio, Trumbull County, S3.
By virtue of two Orders of &ate.to soe directed and
delivered, one in faror of tbe Executor of Calvin G.
Sot HIT, deceased, asraiost Matthew Acheson and others;
and the other in favor of Jacob Hake vs. Matthew Ach
eson and others, I shall expose to Public Sale, at tbe
door of the Court House, In Warren, in said County.
On SutmrdMu, the 9tk 41 Jummmrm, A. D., lr&,
between the hours of 10 o'clock. A- M., and 4 o'clock.
P. M. of said day, the folio win r deicrihed lands and
tenements, to wit: Situate in Weathers 6 rid, Trumbull
County, Ohio, Tosmship No. 3, in the 3d Range, in the
Connecticut Western Reserve, and which is known by
part of tract or Lot No. 3 in said Weathersfield, and is
bounded as follows, viz: Bejtinnlnrat a post stand
ing; west 45 chains and 7 links from the north-east cor
ner of said Lot or tract ; tlience west 43 chains and HA
links, to the north-west corner of said tract ; thence
sooth 57 chains and 80 links, to a post standing on the
north bank of the Hahonlnsr River ; thence down the
said River as it winds and turns, north 76 deg., east
3aeLainsand 25 links, and north 64 dec;., east 11
chains and 6 links ; thence north 2 de?. west, to the
place of bejrianiDt;, containing two hundred and thirty
two, and eighty-four one-hundred ths acres of land,
excepting therefrom, and not hereby to be sold. t0
acres of said tract, sold at Sheriff's Sale March 5lh,
1846, to Dean R. Ma-on. Appraised at 94.5 j
il. K. HARM0X, Sheriff.
Sherirt Office, "Warren, Pec. 27, l?54-5w
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NEW HARDWARE STORE. A
A. L. 9IORLEV,
Fuccessor to James O. Brooks, dealer in nnswist,
Citlest. Iaoa, Nails and li.us, wl re at all times
can be found a larjre and Tarieil assortment of Houss
Trimmings. Carncuter's Tools, ecc.
Keceiyed this day anl uuw opening
6 dot. White's Cast Steel Axe.
4 B ayer's " - -
1 " Hiy Kniyes. "booiI."
5 Pittsburgh tlun barrels.
2 " Remington's
30 Tons Pittstmr:h Iron, assorted sixes.
59 Bundles best Norway Sail Bods.
Warren, Kot. 1, lcil. A. L. MORLET.
Haying this day sold my entire Stock of Hardwars
to A. L. MoatKT, wbo will continue the business at the
oil suud. I take this method of Inlorming my old
frieTids and former fiatrons that I shall remain with
Mr. Moslct, where I siiall be happy to see them as
usnal. J. U. BROOKS.
Oct. 30. 1H54. nor. 15
IANUARY' AND FEBRUARY Ap-
J pointment.
Dr. H- Tf BBS, Analytic Ph.rnie.an, will be at hi i
room. Warren, tiaskill House, lonUy Feb. 5.
Orwell, Mr. Eatou's Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 6.
Ki.vicNa, Prentiss Uuustu Tuesday aud Wednesday,
Feb.t0th and 2U
This beiug the season of Bronchitis and Lung diseases
reference is given to a severe case cured three years
since, showing recovery complete and permanent. Mr.
W. is proprietor of a Hotel in lutst Cleveland, an okl
resident, and generallr known. Of the ntility of our
remedies thousands can testify, and in no case, even
the incurable, can they be used, rightly prescribed.
without bent hL
Our undivided attention being given to chronic dis
eases, nearly all the cures are of persons who hare
thorou!?t.lv tried the routine of remedies (so called) now
extant, and many becominr hoieless martyrs to popular
but repulsive modes ol treauneut
no rRttoi ro consrLTmox ! '
Dr. Tubbs neither bleeds nor blisters, nor is he a
Homeopathist: he never uses Mercury, Antimony, Ar
senic, or any other Minerals, as xmedieml agents; nor is
he a Thompson ian he neither steams nor gives emetics.
His theory of disease differs from all others that hav?
been ado)ted, hut not more so than does his system of
treatment, lie does not stai-s stele we, nor
tear do mm tm build up again ; nor allay irritation by
patching up with
Patients should mark well the dates giren above.
Our entire time being pro-engaged, attendance must
accord strictly with published announcements.
An unbiased opinion as to the probability of a cor
is always given subjecting the patient to no expense
without a reasonable prospect or success.
BRONCHITIS ITS WORST STAGES CURED.
Dk.Tcbbs, Sir: When I commenced your treatment a
few months since, I was much debilitated, and suffering
from severe pain in tne side, shortness oi bream, weak
ness and iain in the small of the hack, night sweats,
restlessness, coughing, and expectorating profusely, of
ten raising a pint of whitish substance in a single morn
ing. Took cold frequently and a soreness and inflatna-tion-of
tbe throat of two years standing, seemed increas
ing and extending dn UHn the lungs. At times I
became so diixy as to fall, unless near some object of
su)port. By use of your medicines I was entirely re
lieved, and am now as well and strong as ever before in
my life : sm at work through all kinds of weatner, and
though sometimes wet, neither the cough nor soreness
of throat trouMes me in tbe least.
Yours respectfully, Jakes a. Welca
East Cleveland, Dec 25, 151
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County.
Samuel Quinby, Executor of
Calvin U. buUiff,
vs.
In Court of Com. Pleas.
Benjamin Bingham, Adeline
Binirham. and Milton Sutliff.
Tbe Defendants. Benjamin Bingham and Addison
BiDtrnam,are hereby notified that the Plaintiff has filed
his petition against said defendants in said Court, set
tine forth that on the 19lh dav of April, 1649, said Ben
jamin gave his two promissory notes to said Calvin G.
ssitun, tnen in run me, ana to saia sinton suum, one
for $50. and one for $100 with annual interest, the $30
note payable on the 1st of Sept., 1850, and the $100
note payable the 1st of He pi., IKS I ; and .hat said Ben
jamin Bingham at the same time cjoscuted to said ay-
ees for the security of said notes a mortgage of the fol
low lug lands, part of lot twenty -four, in Greene Town-
shin, in said County, bounded as follows: Beginning
at the centre of the road runni ng East and West through
the centre of the Township at the south-east corner
of Aaron BascouTs land ; thence north sixteen rods,
to a post and to land belonging to Edward Bascom ;
thence east ten rods ; thenca south sixteen rods to the
centre of said road; thence west to he place of be-
Lrinuing, containing an acre of land, be the same more
or less; the said Adeline joining in said mortgage
and releasing her dower in the hind, that said Milton
Sutlif in the life time of said Calrin G made over to
him all his interest in said notes and mortgage ; that
there remains due and unpaid on said noies one hun
dred and forty dollars and upwards, and the mortgage
was duly executed and recorded, and has become abso
lute and remains in full force; that petition prays a
decree in favor of plaintiff against ths defendants for
the amount due on the notes ; and that the mortgaged
remises be sold for the payment of the same. The
said Beniamin Bingham and Adeline Bingham, who
reside without said State, are required to appear and
answer said petition by the 3d Saturday of February
next, or said petition will be taken as coufesssed to bo
true, and a decree entered accordingly.
By Ht-TLirr at tl-ttl. Attys. ix sw-owj
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of renditieni crvsaas, to me
directed and delivered, by the Clerk of the Court of
Mahoning County. Ohio, I will expose to public sale at
the door of the Court House, in Warren, T rum hull
County, Ohio, Sotsrrfsv, the 20tk dam Jamuartf.
A. ., !Ki5, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. MM
and 4 o'clock, P M., of said day, the following de
scriled lands and tenements situate in the Township
Hartford, Trumbull County, Ohio, to wit : Part of
Lot No. Thirty-two, and is bounded as follows: north
on the highway ; ea$t and south by lands owned by
Elislta Bennett; west by L nds of Drayton Andrews,
usually called the Mill Lot, containing two acres of
land. To be sold at the suits of Hampton st Smith, vs.
Andrews and Boothe. Appraised at iS.
Jl. R. HA KM OX, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Dee. 20, l&Vt-ts.
THE HOISERY Department Partic
mhur attention is paid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this lice of Trade. Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors, Cashmere, Slate Brown, Black and
While Cotton Hose, fancy Stri,ed and Kixed Half
Hose, and a large quantity for children. -apr
2t . . I10YT it CO.
VKKKT,fc LAKEERIE PLANK
T T ROAD COMPANY". Stock holders are notitTed
that a dividend of 6 per cent, on each share of Stock
has been declared and ordered to be paid on and after
January In. 1H55. JOSKPH MARVIN. Jr., .'res't.
B. F. Uorrnax, Sec'y. d 2u
SAYINGS OF THE LITTLE ONES,
AND POEMS FOR THEIR MOTHERS Is tbe
sweet title of an elegant n?w book, by Mrs. Sioockhct.
Contents Part 1st Uumorous, or peculiar uses of
language. Part 2d nigh principles, or sweet senti
ments and affections. Part 3d Piety, or words pre
ceding death. Part 4th Poems for Mothers.
There could not He a more appropriate gift for young
folks than this, 50 copies received this at ADAMS'.
C3
FOR SALE A House and Lot, in
the Village of Warren, in an elligible sibution,
Washington Avenue. Lot is medium size. House
commodious, containing 5 Rooms. Price, S5U0
Inquire of J. F. ASl'ER, Au'y at Law.
d 2u-w
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Lu
bin's and Baxin's genuine Perfuming Extracts for
the Handkerchief ; fine Pomade for the Hair ; Bears
Grease; Philocome. ere., etc. Also. Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, lressing Combs, Tooth Paste, Parlor
Balls. Ax-, 4c. For sale by
d SO E. A. SMITH Co.
pHELD REN'S TOYS AT COST
J Wishing to get ont of tbe trade, we will sell all of
our Stock of Toys, sostties r est. Kow is tbe time
bay cheap at SO ADAMS'.
ELEGANT GIFT BOOKS We hare
a large Stock of handsomely bound Books, with
thejJter of Copper-plate Engravings, from 50 cents to
uu. iron t forget to call heiore purchasing else
whereat d 20 ADAMS' BOOKSTORE.
FOUND In the inclosure of the
subscriber, en the West side of the River, in War
ren, TWO YEARLING STEERS, one red and the other
black, with some white on the legs and belly. The
owner is hereby requested to come and prove property,
pay charges aud take them away. F. KINSMAN.
ih?cemner t.
A T BALDWIN'S MRS. ANU &.
Xi. STEVENS Complete Guide to Crotchet and Tan
Knitting, suitable for Holliday (lifts. (dee tfu
A T. BALDWIN'S THE NEWS
iV. BOY, hy Urs. Oakes Smith : Ida May, by Mrs.
Stowe ; Idlewild, ! N. P. Willis; Land of tbe Saracens,
Bayard Taylor; Maxims of Washington. (dee Hi
rIMOTHY SEED. A few Bushels
tof arista seed for ssls by
Oc 1. IIDT!08 A MOROAW.
(JECOXD HAND BOOKS for sale
O cheap at BALDWIN'S Boos: Store, Main st.
Nov. 15. 1054.
ENGLISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN &
XAPLEd Violin. Guitar and Banio Strinrs.iust
import-dit may 31 POMEROY'S.
Y?0R SALE. A very desirable f.
House and Lot on Prospect street, in the
northern part of the village of Warren. House new.
Apply soon at this Olnee.
Warren. Kov. 8, li-St-tf.
DATE LEAVES. This is a system
of social games. for Amusement and Instruction,
S-tcred aud Modern history, which have the hichett
testimonials from Clergymen, Principals of B'gb
Schools Sic. ate Sold at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE,
dee. 81
rPHE GREATEST Side-Splitter of the
J- Age The Chronicle of Pineville This Book em
braces sketches of amosing scenes, incidents, and
characters of Georgia and Alabama, by the author ot
Masor Jones' Courtship, at
dec ) BALDWIN'S.
T PAINE, M. D Has returned
M from his visit to the Eastern Hospitals, and
will resume his practice as Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice and residence as formerly, on High Street, Warren,
Ohio Iec.i!7..54.
PLANK ROAD NOTICE. Tbe
stockholders in the Niles or Austintown Plank
Road sc Turnpike Coniisny, are hereby notified that
there will be an election held at the Store of II. II.
Mason, in Niles, on Wednesday, 9tth day January, 1355
for the purpose of electing Seven Directors for the eu
sning year. JACOB R0UKS03, President.
II. U. Maso!c. Secretaiy.
Mies, Dec. ST. Ie54-I
PACKARD &. BARNUM have on
hand
10 Tons good JMttslmrgh Horse Shoe Bar.
2 Norwegian Nail Rod.
70 Brs 9x',' Sweedes Iron.
3fl Janiatta Hammered Uo.
SO Sleigh Shoes Steel.
1("J Setts Rujgy Springs, assorted.
M Common and Patent Axle.
Call as usual, at the largen and eldest Hardware
Store in the West, d iT PACKARD A BARNTM.
BLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wide Black Silk Velvet,
for Cloaks, Mantillas, stc. at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY 000D3 STORE.
GOOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
"Sow selling for 25 rents per yard, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
a
Ml.WDLKlt SHOP. The subscri-
hrr 4i. h ! re to the eitiiens of Warren, an 1 the
t . .lie- in j .iiff.iL that km h i-cuhlish'! a. ('hinills-T
;tw, aii tc h intends to unnfactare Cjii-Ucs, Sjap,
an.) s.iptrr article of 8inn.tjjei, which will always he
oi hani at noiriie ati'l Kotnl pr.ee.
;7TIie Proprietor can at all times I found on
Market Street, one dojr wet of autrut Jewelry
TT7 The highest price. In Cash, will le paid for
Tan -w a...l Lir l. d l?j A. L-1 . DAY. Aeul.
TEW CARRIAGE SFOP.
The su')scri!ers woul-l respectfully Inform the
citizens of Warren and aljoining Terns, tint they
hare opened a Sh ip on Liberty tft., between Market
and South, where all who are in w.int of Li ght Farm
Warom or Light durable and FashiouaMe Carriages,
can he accommodated without the risk of being shaved.
Hiving worked nearly twenty years in the bet shop
t Va. L' .... I ....I mil Ika U .H.l in Ctatu fskl ntl.ll.
aatitfaction as t- Price. Quality and Durability f witrlc.
We have have been ptronixe1 si nee we cmni-nct-1
with that laterality that has f.r rxee-fdeJ our expecta
tion ; and judging from the ( we feel confident oj
future success.
We would return our sincere thanks for the patronage
we hare received, and will endeavor in future to do
such woik as will merit a continuance of the same.
PAINTING AND TRIMMING
Done unon the most reasonable terms. We would in
vite all who are in want of anything in our Hue to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
CARRIER & BURROUGHS.
Warren, Nov. 13, 1P54
77XTENS1VE Millinery Exhibition.
sj i lie nuiiscTiifcrs vc luiuitu uic iwiici ui " aw
rv u, that they hare received a splendid aaaorUnent of
Bonnets. Kilibonsn ti Iks, Lawns, French Flowers, Dress
aud Mantilla Tnmminc, sc-. fee, which we are pre
pared to sell rery cheap. Those who will faror us with
a call, will, we trust, be amply repaid for their trouble.
apr so is. ii. iiiii t ec i u
SCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
Tin Warehouse of d. P. JAMESON It Co.
April 19, '54.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Combs, Brushes, 'Gilt ami Fancy Trunk Paper,
t ly -nets, voor aiatts, AJicani -Matt, stc. at
June i. PATCH A. ALLISON'S.
PURE CREAM TARTAR anl Super-
J- Carbonate Soda, by E. A. SMITH Co.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
XX. LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, and said to be
the best in town, at
may 31 f PORTER A. Co.'s.
1 AA OZ. OF QUININE, ju.t recei-
ved and for sals at low figores. st
May 31.
PORTER 4. Co.'s.
WE HAVE FOR SALE on com mis
f T sion. one of Emorv dc Cn. s two horse rxwer
iHiTsniiij jbiacninea. x. u. aiuitLti dc vo.
jmy a.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
forsaleatB.K.IIOYTfcCo's. Some of that GOOD
TEA, Java and Rio Coffee, Seedleas Kaiains. Bice, 4tc,
hi i rec ouaoi, nam fttreet-
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
50 Quintals Codfish : 10 Gross Lvon's Eatharion:
30 bbls. and half bbls. Mackertl, inn received at
nov 8 DUNLAP It STEWART'S.
O TATE OF OHIO, Trumbull" County.
KJ John B. Minikin,) Before Bnell Barnes. Justice
" vs. or the Peace, in and for
Andrew Cady. J Gustavus Township.
Notice is herehy giren that a writ of Attachment was
issued on the 30th day of October. rH. hv said Jnstiee.
at tbe instance of said Plaintiff, for $riO against the
Goods. Moneys, Credits and Rights in action of said
Defendant, and that said cause will be for hearing on
the ioth day of January, 1P55.
-i-4w JOHN B. MILLIKIX.
"rvlTf TPiVFQ" Tl,;. K-...:r..i
x.. Aula ucauuim
-a-' Historical and Relirious rime is selling
ADAMS', as predicted. Alio. "Ida May." "Ida Nor
man," "The News Boy." and all the new works of the
fd 13
YtTM. S. "WEST, Proprietor of New-
r t ton Fall's NL'RSERY. has hist returned from
the Upper Lakes with a variety of Evergreeu Trees,
men ue nuers ior sate on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Everereen Trees. Pruit Trees.
Graie Vines or Shruhtiery, are respectfully requested
to call for them before tbe ground becomes frozen, or
early in the Spring, as he intends to visit the L'pper
.mn m early as roe miume Ol April.
newtoo rails, nov. ra, lfot-tr.
A CARD. H. PECK of Warren and
at. A. S. Burwell of Mercer Ps harinr ajsociated
themselres together under the name of Pktk and Bra-
well, for the purpose of carry in r on the Mercantile
business. Respectfully announce to the people of War
ren and Tinciuity that they have bought the entire
stock of Merchandise belonging to B. H. 1'bck, of MW"ar
ren Dry rood Store." and will continue the business on
the same aa heretofore. We rcspectfuly solicit, as we
in tend to merit, a liberal share of public patronage.
rum tr tfcswcisL.
Tlavine sold my entire stock of Merchandise In "The
Warren liryrood Store,T,to H. Pars: and A. S.BiawcLb, I
tak epleaure lnrecommenilinf them tomyfricnds and pat
ron sand would solicit forthem the same liberal patronage
uiac nas been extended to my sell. u. 11. riA..
JtL 3d.
Y70OLEN GOODS ARE DO.VN.
I V The evidence can be had in the prices of Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Sattnetls. Tweeds, Red,
Orange, White and Printed Flannels. A superior qual
ity or luqs. neavy twilled do. Blankets, and a variety
of other Woolen goods, at the
jan i AKUK.X 1IK1 UOODS STOKB.
rPHE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
JL County, s.s. In the Court of Common Pleas.
Emeline E. Burrows and Urbane, her husliand ;
Louisa Burrows and Lorenio, her husband ; Hope K
ilird and Thomas, her husband ; Abby Ann Brueu and
i , uri uusoanu,
.
Cyrus Bosworth, Charles Bosworth, Horatio N. Ward,
administrator of Josiah Barlwr ; Abigail Q. Uussel.
Harriet E. Ward and 11. N. Ward, her husband ; Jusiah
Barber, Richard Barber, Epaphrous Barber, Sophia
Barber and Jerusha H. Barber, beirs at law, ot Josiah
Barber, deceased.
Petition ( collect ami ftrtcUlc land contracts.
The said administrator and heirs of Josiah Barber.
who are non-residents, and residences unknown, are
notihed that the Plaintiffs have filed their ietition In
said court, alledging, that by contract dated May II,
1C40. made to Plaintids and Ann Lord, (now deceas'd.)
by Josiah Birberand Richard Lord, the Plaintids are
the equitable owners of certaiu lands, land eontrarts.
and tbe debts due thereon, made hy Roswell Stone, as
trustee of Samuel P. Lord, the ancestor of said Barber
and Lord, to Cyras Bosworth, for all of lot No. 10, part
of lots No. 9 and 11, in Lordstown, said county; that
said heirs and administrator of Barber have no interest
in said land contracts or debts ; that a deed was execu
ted by the heirs or said Barber, in whom the title was
to said Bosworth, and delivered to D. Tod as an escrow
to hand to Bosworth, on payment of said contract, and
praying judgment against Cvrus Bosworth for It'll-
93. the amount due on the contracts, or else a recision
of the contracts and possession and title to Plaintiffs,
of the lands described in the contracts.
The non-resident Defendants, the administrator and
heirs uf said Josiah Barber, must appear and answer
said petition by the 17th day of February, A. D. ISii,
or judgment and decree against them will be entered
on default. HOFFMAN de RATLIFF.
Jan. 3d, 1S5j,-6w AU'ys for Plaintiffs.
ft AGER Ar WARRFY'M MJKkl i."
VJ WORKS oa Liberty St.. a few rods south of th
bank. The citizens of Warren and vicinity are re
saiested to give us a call and examine our stock of Ital
ian and Vermont Marble, as we nave one of the largest
stocks in this country. All sorts of Marble Monuments.
Tomb Stones, Spires and everything in the Marble Line
saay be found at our ahoD. Shoos in the ennntr f. n
be furnished with Italian Marble from 3 to S inches
thick, at prices as low as they can get it East with trans
portation added. All persons wishing any thins; in tbe
above hue will do well to give us a call.
d. A great varietjr of Fancy Jobs for children
-pt on hand. 1. v. usiik-u
Jan. 3. 18i4 ly J. K. WARKE.V. .
THE PERSON who borrowed Porter
A Co's Dispensatory will confer a faror hrntnm.
ingit immediatly.
HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE. W. N.
PORTER offers for sale on the most reasonable
terms, his House and Lot situated on Market st. The
lot is seven rods front, and thirteen deep. Forty
choice fruit trees. The house is two stories high, and
well finished off wood-house and barn, eistern and
well, all in good repair, and newly painted. Posses
sion given on the 1st .if April. For further particulars
enquire of D. B. U1LLMORE, Warren, or W. N. POR.
TEtt, Baietta. jan3-6t
FOR SALE. The Dwelling House
and Lot. situated on south side of High street,and
east side of the one now occupied by Dr. Wm. l'aine.
For particlars apply to
j"3 R. P. MICKSCII.
TN DOORS AND OUT, Or Views
m. from ths Chimney Corner, elegantly Illustrated
complete in 1 vol. liiMo price tluo. A few copies just
received at ADAMS.
BLOWER BARNUM Brewed a Book
of Brassy Blowing; and if Blower Barnnm Brewed
Book of Brassy Blowing, where is the Book of Brrassy
Blowing Blower Barnnm Brewed ? At the
jan 3 JiKYt YORK Book Store, Main St.
TDA NORMAN Another Supply at
X the jan 3 NEW YORK Book Store.
IDA MAY Third Supply Just reciev
ed at the jan 3 KE W YORK Book Store.
FUD GE DOINGS, by IK. MARVEL
at the jan 3 NEW YORK Book Store.
N
JEWS BOYS-at the
jan 3
NEW YORK Book Store.
LIFE of HORACE GREELEY at the
jan 3 NEW YOKK Book Store.
CHILD'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
at the jan 3) NEW YORK Book Store
FRANC0NIA STORIES, BY JAB0B
ABBOTT, at the
jan 3 NEW YORK Book Store.
rUTH HALL. An Eminent Critic
Jl remarked after reading : We feel convinced that
the facts on which the book Is founded are hut those
which have transpired in her own life, and that she is
the heroine of her own story." For sale at the
jan 3 , NEW YORK Book Store.
DATE LEAVES A New Supply
just received and sellingas rcadilv as gold doll-irs.
at the jan 3 NI W YORK Book Store.
FANNY FEREN'S new work is selling
rapidly call and get one at ADAMS.
LIFE OF
Barn urn at
GREELY, LIFE OF
ADAMS.
FRENCH MEKIN0ES, PARAMAT
TA3. Coborgs, Mohair. Lustres, Alpaceas and
Cashmeres . selliug at reduced prices, M the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
Q1LKS1 SILKS! A lar.e quantiif
Oand variety, comprising hi-.'h Lustred Black, Pa d.
Stripes and Chasgeal'le. Also, a variety uf Boa ct
eiiks and Satins, cheaper hsn ever, at the
jan 3 . W A8BBX DRY GOODS STORE.
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Q T. POMEROY,
k7. TKA011KR OF rr-J-THB
PIANO-FDKTKI.?Crj.J
'At OIITAR. W'iiule T J
, saleand R-rt iil de.iler J
' "
Piano-Fortes, .uelodeous. tjuitars. Vil.iiis. A-jcor
Ueons, Sheet Muse, Instruction l!ks fir diHi-rent
instruments, En?lish and Itali an iu.it ir and Violin
j Mr in?, and all d-serijstiont of Mus:cl Merchandise.
Piano-Forte. Meldeous and Ace r le.ns tuned and
reiilred. and all work warranted. Secon 1-hand Pianos
and leode:n Liken in exch iuire for new ones. All
Instruments s ld wi II be delivered free of ch-.rge. kept
In order for one year, aiiJ aarrar.teJ fr any length
of time. Granite Block, Liberty fcl., W arreii. Ohio.
51-rch 16, iej4. .
MKL0DK0NS. A new lot ju4 rc
ceivel 0 irh vrt's lest all sixes. Four new
P ian is jmt receive I, and as ntauy more will be opened
lu a few d-ty-i, I have now an elejfaut assorUncnt ol
oi l an I ii Pianot, Helodeons, c, sec.
tll and Lcur, at 6. T. POMCROY'3
St'pt.
4 CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN.
J. . A fine toned, Mahogony cased Organ well
ad:i4rd for a small Church or the Parlor, is now for
sale at a very low price, at POME ROVS'S
Seit-90. Music Store.
c
ANE SEAT PIANO AND MELO
DKON STOOLS, just received at
S'H.iU. POMEROY 3.
SEVERAL very superior new Pianos
just opened at POME K0 V'S
Sept. a".
A
FEW
MELODEONS TO RENT
1. . now on hand,
Scpt.'iO.
8. T. POMEROY'
T3IAN0 FORTES. The followinj:
JL comprises In part the stock of Piano Fortes now
In my ttare-ltoom: mees.
Three 6 S Oct. Rosewood, case plain tables, each v5
" 6'; " " " - " " 3ISJ
- !
i
ins
" " fancy " " 3
" extra finish 335
" plain 2-
" " round corner '
4- extra large scale '-JT5
plain tables, round cor. 3.0
" carved Rose tables, each 4iS
Nothing can surpass ths richness of tone, beauty
and finish of the tw last-named.
One second-hand good tone.-..... ............ .$M
The above have all been recently selected by myself
at the Manufactories, aud are in every respect superior
instruments.
A liberal discount will be made from these pricas for
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. , 14. 8. T. POMEROY.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
Kj PRESENTS. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real sumetmntial and Ta I liable present
durins the cominr Gift season, cannot fail to make a
nice and satisfactory selection for tnat purpose, u tney
ill take the trouble to call and examine my large
assortment of superior Pianos and Melodeons, aud
ascertain the low figures at which a really raluable and
fine toned Instrument can be obtained.
Pianos from S1U0 to MTiOO. Melodeons from $15 to
8. T. POMEROY.
Warren, or. 1, lr4.
S!
INGING BOOKS.
THE DI'LCIMER.
SACRED MEL0DE0N.
SACKED HARMONIST,
ALPINE GLEE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK,
COTTAGE GLEES, sc.,
Just received at POMEROY'S. Aug. S.
CARHART'S MELODEON IN
STRUCT0R a new supply at POMEROY'S.
Aug. a.
ONE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MELO
DE0N, very rood tons, can be bought for $3n, at
Aug. x. POMEROY'S.
TASS VIOLS, Guitirs, CI ironetts and
JL" Violins a large supply Just received by
August 3.
POMEROY.
SOME more of those
Pianos, just received at
Sconl Hand
TOME ROY'S.
August
rpiIE GUITAR. We publsh the f,.l-
-a- lowinr from Wm. Hall Son's advertisement in
the JilmsUtU HVyrtdumd Time : "With the great and
Increased attention now riren to the study of music, the
present demand for this beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few years
ago It was quite a norelty to hear a Lady or Gentleman
play the Guitar, but tbe popularity of the instrument
has so greatly increased, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at least one of its
members number among their accomplishments that of
play in c the Guitar." William 11 all At Suns are makinc
a rery superior article in that line, and their instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate. We hare
those of their make, and also, the German and Spanish
Guitar, from $3 to M) each. Also strings of the rery
beit quality. S. T. I'UiifcKm.
Warren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARHART'S
MKLODFON INSTRUCTOR! This is an invalu
able work to those learning to play the Melodeon. It is
lar?e, neatly bound work, presenting a series of near
ly 2UU studies being a complete and progressive method
of instruction for the Meloleon or any reed instrument.
To this is added a very valuable assortment of Son;s,
Duetts, and Trios. Waltxes, Marches, Quick Steps. Pol
kas, stc; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Elfin Walts, lest March, Gertrude's
Dream Waltz, Gipsy Polka, Iron Boots Quick Step, 111
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from William Tell, Thou Hast Learned to Lore Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Song and Quartette, Jamie's on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrie, Family Bible, 4tc all
choice Pieces.
There are nearly 100 good pieces of Music in the
Book. Price $1,0. It will be sent by mail to any one
sending $1,W and 4 postage stamps.
Warren, April 12. S. T. POME ROT.
ar
ETR0N0MES, or time-keepers,
with and without a bell, for marking olT meas
ures, for sale at I'OMEKOi "S. Every lliuic Teaeher
should have one May 31.
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMEROY'S. The Hallelujah. Cythara, Chime.
Toung Folks' Olee Bk; Dodworth's Brass Band
School; Amatuer Orgauist; Johnson's System of Har
mony, &.C, Stc, all valuable works.
Warren, November 1. Ja54.
F0STER'Sl0CIAL ORCHESTRA.
A large supply just received. This is just the
Book that little clubs of Violinists and Flutt want
and we are happy to say they are beginning to find it
out in this section as tney nave aireaiiy none in uie
Eastern States. We are prepared to furnish them as we
do everything else at the New York retail price, $l,U0.
Orders by mail promptly filled. S. T. PUMKKoV.
slay 3, H.
CARHART'S MELODEONS are the
best Reed Instruments in the world. A fresh sup
ply Just received at POMEROY'S.
GUITARS. A very respectable arti
cle can now be bought at POMEROY'S for (3 50.
May 31.
PIANO STOOLS. Plush and Hair
Cloth stools, a fine sssortment; also cheap Cans
Seat do., at may 31 POMEROY'S.
PORTABLE Music Siands, at
may 31 POMEROY'S.
FINE TONED 4 KE1ED IVORY
TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought at
POMEROY'S Music Store for ?3 12,1, others in proor-
tion. June.
Zchdel's Melodeoh Instructor ;
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
Burgmuller's ditto
Bertini's Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
JaneT; PO.MEKQY'3.
''PHE Seminary Class Bxk ; a capital
JL Singing Book for Schools and Private Classes.
June". 8. T. POMEROY.
Cottage Glees, a new suoplv, at
jun7 POMEROY'S.
TOY DRUMS.
pets, at
-FMdles and Trum-
POMEROY'S.
Dodworth's Brass Bard School ; a
splendid thing, for sale hy POMEROY.
4 LOT of decant Flutinas, from 88
jV. to $35, just recMat jnn7 POMEROY'S.
X f(Ci MUSICAL TERMS, a com-
plete Dictionary, for sale by
POMEROY.
June 7.
rpUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
JL tise on tnningand repairing Pianos and Melt icons.
Price 50eta., at POMEROY'S.
May 3,
AfUSlC FOLIOS, at
XM- Way 3,
POMEROY'S.
B
EST Silver Violia Strings, at
May 3, '54
POMEROT'3.
G
OLD Violia
May 3, 54.
G Strings, at
POMEROY'S.
'PUB STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
L County. In the Court ef Common Picas.
Ann Fentun and Jesse Feiiton.1
her husband, in her right, I Petition
vs. on
George B, Johnson, Cornelius f Note and Mortgage.
Johusun and Dwiglit Johnson. J
The Defendants, Cornelius and Dwight Johnson, who
reside out of Ohio, and somewhere in Oregon and Cali
fornia, are notified that the Plaintiffs hare filed in said
court their petition, to subject the lands of Isaac John
son, late of Newton, dee'd, to the payment of Note and
Mortgage, for $T47,1, giren by George R. Johnson, to
PlaiutitTs, on Sheriff's sale, under partition proceed
ings. The said Cornelius and Dwight each hare
notes and mortgages (for their share under partition,)
on said lands, a portion of which is now due from said
George R. Johnson. Said petition prays sale of said
land to-pay the Plaintiffs' mortgage debt. The Defen
dants, Cornelius and Da-ight, mort;n.gees. are notihed
appear and answer said petition, by the 17th day of
February. A. D. KkS, or said petition, as to then., wi.l
taken as confessed, and julgtoent entTrd according.
HOFFMAN oc RAT LI PP.
Jan. 3d, l?53,-w . AU'ys for PlaiutitTs.
T EGAL NOTICE.
The President, Directors tc Com- Court of Com
pany, of the Western Reserve Bank, mon Pleas of
ts. Trumbull Co.,
P McCormick and W. F. Carey. J Ohio, Civil
J Action.
P. McCormic, a non resident of the State of Ohio, is
hereby notified that on the 2Uth day of December lrW,
the plaintiffs filed their petition in said Court against
the defendents, en two, bi Us of exchange drawn by said
McCormick on said W. F. Carey and accepted by
him. One dated July 6th 1P54. payable four months
after date, to the ordr of John Ligbtner for the uin of
1UU0, the other for $ 150I., drawn by mid P. Mcf'oruiirk
on said Carey and accepted by him, dated Aug. 9th.
lKVt, and payable four months after date, to the order
P. McCormick, at the American Exchange Rank, New
Tork. said bills of Exchange were protested for non
payment when dne and said bills of Exchange were en
dorced to the plaintiffs before due.
A writ of Attachment has been Issued tn said cause
against the gwdtand effects of said P. McCormi-k.
The plaintiffs will take judgment against -aid P. Mc
Cormick by default for said s im of $it0 and interest
i 911X10, from Nat. S3, lf4, and interest on
on Dec. 8th. l54,unles he answer by March 3d IHiwi.
HUTCHIXS At CCRTI!.
Jan. 3J 18M.6W Attys. for Plfis.
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PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
-s- foitu or the iAJjL.-in
subscriber has now on hand, aud will att
all times keeD a iaree lot of CAR-
RIAIiES. Bl f.MFS an I WArtONS on hand, of eyery
description, style and prade or prices.
His experience in lmsiii-ss.and the extent of hlsshop
enables hira to furnish any dt-scription of work in his
line, on the shortest H,5i' le notice, whctlier it he th
ptiltinr op of a sdeudid BAROUCHE, or the common
uciiiiV, Uie materials fur which arsatall times kept on
hand.
llis WORKMEN are niwiriasied by any in the rouo-
try, antl his work shall e..ual if not surpass any eastrrn
manufacturer.
Bu'.vif f'nrriftyes ready for use. will be e-
changed for Lnral-er. Country Producc.ory-ungllorrs.
Second-hand Rubifies takn :a ejachausr ftr new one.
CARRI AGK TRIMMINGS ala oa hant, and for
sale at the lowest pricej.
Those wifthinjr any wrk In my line of business, are
invited to call at n.y sh-ip and examine my work an
prices, and they cannot fail to be plcwd tu regard to
both. My shop haviug liecome a permanent one, I am
determined to suiilv and suit all who like riding in an
elegant and eay Carriage, or the fanner who desires a
substantial farm or road wagon or c:irt.
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
TTTAIl work manufactured at my shop is warranted.
Warren, March SJ, li3 y U. C. BELDfcN.
E.1
K.WISELL Manufactn--.
rer of Carriages, Bnvaies snd
Wavnns. West side of the Mahoning riv
er. Warren. Ohio, keeps on hand a larve assortment in
his line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles.
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Hock
awavs. of various patterns, with one, two or three seats
a rood supplyof slidine-seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops.
being different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Baggies, and two-hors
Wagons, all of whichwill be sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Kessrve. By keeping none hot
the best of workmen, and professing to perfectly under.
stand tbe business himself, and working none but the
best material that can be proenred, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or pr-ce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
work.
N. B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will as given to all responsible per
sons who may desire it- ail work done at his manufac
tory is warranted.
Bemeniher the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of lbs new bridge. " arren, Ohio.
April !. la. ELI K. WISELL.
DATCH k ALLISON are now recei-
Ju vinff large Invoices of Goods in their
line which have been purchased at firstCV
hands and mostly for cash, and now offer toiattssv
the trade at Wholesale, at a small advance,
the following articles, besides many other which can be
seen in large hills.
ivu hides fatent beatner. ail colors ;
100 pieces Damask. Silk Stripe, Worsted, sic. ;
1U do Conap Silks, a new style ;
St do Broaul Cloth, all shades ;
3"0 do Coach Laces, more silk, very fine;
4110 yds. Silk festooning ;
SO pieces Silk and Worsted Fringe ;
SO pieces Floor Oil Cloth, 4-4, 5-4. 6-4 ;
SOU gross worsted Tufts ;
50 yds. " Plush ;
SO dos. Back Lights ;
H setts Silver snd Brass Top Props ;
9110 " " Bands;
50 dos. Stump Joints ;
50 " Shade and Handle Tassels ;
200 pieces best quality Enameled Cloth
500 lioxcs Tuft Nails ;
75 pieces Fancy Colored Enameled Cloth ;
A fine lot of Ktiameled and Oil Top Leather.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS LINK.
500 gross Jappanned Rolling Buckles, K, ii, 1, lis
ik.
Kio gross Kings, J,, I V. ' 1. inch;
100 dos new style Rosettes ;
75 gross Fancy Ornaments ;
90 gross Brass lined Rings ;
3o pairs do and Silver Coach and Gig names ;
IK) doa. Self adjusting Trees :
57 " Brass and Silver Plated Bitts ;
100 " Japanned Bitts ;
10 Brass and Silver Terrets, new style ;
100 gross Trunk Nails ;
50 dux. Trunk Locks ;
A large and full stock of Saddlers Tools.
We have the exclusive agency (for Northern Ohio,)
for the sale of the celebrated Lawrence Enameled Cloth,
which we will warrant to be good or no sale. All goods
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 c.rcnmstances we use no
gas. but mean what we say. PATCH at ALLISON.
warren. June s, iroj.
T1
HE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddin-rs iz
Morran are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
asols, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, fc.c, kc.
Thev would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies Dress Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Kiblrons, Embroideries. Shawls, Mantillas, ttc, in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
ings, Pillow Case Linens, Skirting linens, etc.
Tliey intend to keep their stock full at all times, or
the b!t makes and most rashionahfe styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest pricej in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be underset as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April 1
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7 ARREN AND BRACEVILLE
PLANK ROAD CO. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLD
ERS. The subscribers to ti e Capital Stock of said
Company, are hereby notified that tbe following assess
ments have leen made upon the amount of stock by
them sul3criled, to wit : '
10 per cent, to become due May 15th,
10 per cent, to become due July Hth, do
10 per cent, to become due Sejit. 15th, do
lu per cent, to necome nue Aor. istn, ao
10 per cent, to become due Jan. 14th, lr53
Said stockholders are hereby notified to pay said ser
eral instalments, as they severally become due, to Sam
uel Quiiihy, Esq., Treasurer of said Company, at his
office in Warren.
Ry order of the Directors. T. E. WEBB,
Warren, March 13. 154-lOm Secretary.
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7ARREX SASH. Blind and Door
Factory, Market Street, East of the Rank, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, bavin? entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SAU, JfLlt3 and
DOOliS, will hereafter keep a larre stock of Sash, both
Fine and Poplar, of all siies is' use, and of the best
quality, which they will tell on reasonable terms.
We vill continue the manufacture of TEN ITU X
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell very
low aud of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore oflered to the public
We will also continue the manufacture of PAX EI
DOOKS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment will he warranted.
we use nothing but the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the 6rst class workmen. In our en
deavors to serve our customers, we win seep pace wtin
improvements in our business, and conversant with
kite styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would invite all wishing to purchase the abore ar
ticles, to call at our office, where we will be found at all
hours of the day, for we shall give our constant per
tonal sunerintendance to the details of our business.
E. SHEAR 4t SON,
jan 19, 1P53. Successors to Edward Spear.
o
NCE MORE IN THE FIELD. The
subcribers having been driven
i-4
from their old quarters on Market
Su, by the recent fire, would inform
public that they are to ne round
Main St., in the room formerly
occjnied hv Mr. Mllllken, two doors
from Smiths 4c McCombs, wheie they are just receiving
large and complete stock of NEW GOODS In their
line.
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which they can recommend to customers as both good
and cheap.
Onr large stock of New floods of Gents Fine Trench
Calf and Morocco Boots; Fine Congress and other style
(jaitera ; Patent Leather Shoes ; Slippers ; Dancing
Pumps, etc.
LADIES GOODS.
Fine French Gaiters of various colors and new and
beautiful styles; Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Sboes, Uuskinsand in short, every variety of this
kind of goods which could be desired. Also a complete
stock of Misses Gaiters, Bootes, Buskins and Slippers
various style and colors, together with a full assort
ment of Boys and Youths Shoes, both fine and coarse,
and all kinds of Chiidrens Shoes.
TO SHOKMAKERS AND OTHERS!
Particular attention is called to the fact that our stock
Leather, Findings and Shoemakers Tools, has been
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf, American ditto, Enameled Leather, Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Rubber Cloths. Linings, Bindings and
Findings generally, including Hammers, Pinchers, Shoe
Knives. Wheels, Irons, Pefs, Shoe-Nails, Zinc Nails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and Saddlers' Thread, Bristles,
Lasts a large lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
all things pertaining to the trade.
Remember the place. No. 6, Main St., and yon will not
regret giving us a call. W.dc B. C RAN AGS,
Warren, May 17 '54.
"PLOWS, PLOWS. We arc now ma-
king and keep constantly on hand the following
popular I'luwa :
Longs No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Doable, do
Road, do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
repaired on short notice.
Jan. 19. T.IL MORLET & Co.
EA. SMITH fe CO., (Late Hoyt,
Bro. U Co.,) NO. 5, MAIN STREET, WARREN,
Dealers in Drus, Jledicines and Chemicals, Phar
maccuucal preparations. Perfumery, 4tc. Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glas, Varnishes,
Brushes, &r. Sole agents in the place for the sale of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
STOVES, TIN WARE, kc. THE
KING OF STOVE?, for sale by B. P. Jameson
with a new and elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, elevated
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Rights &tove.
BP. JAIWES0N tfe CO., continue to
m.inuf:icture Cheese Tats, of a new and improved
pattern, with hca y copper heaters.
Bave troughs put up on short notice, and warranted
good rauterial; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
good style.
Warreu. M: roh 29. 1W4.
HPIIE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are now aukinc this celebrated Plow. Those
have tried it, say it sarasss any other kind of
plow in use. Several premiums have leen awarded u
State and County Fairs. T. II. MORLEV 4t Co.
Jan. IS, 1C54.
F
ARMERS ! WHEAT is worth One
Dollar add Fifiy Cents per bushel. Will vow use
poor Plow, when at X or ley's Foundry tney keep
eood article, and warrant them.
March 5, 1PU.
rpiIE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
T. II. SIORLKT Co.. will Jo better work than
other Plow in the State of Ohio, except the Michigan
Double Plow. mar. a, 4
STOVES, TINWARE, &c, New
Shop on Mark : Street Those who wish to
purchase thtnes in his line are invited to call at
shop of E. O IIOLLINiiSWORTU. at Cranage's old
stand. 3 doors below Kmnir, Hail, Market St., where
will ttnd a larve assortment of Sfves. Tinware,
Japan ned-wa re. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kinds, Cbxap and Good.
Call at liollinrsworth's before you buy. Job-work
repairing done on reasonable terms snd with de
spatch. II0LLI.NGSW0RTU at FITCH.
Warreu. October 13. 'XL
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the tanret. cheapen and best select-d stock of
(.KOCEUIES AN1 YANKEE NOTIONS
In the County, was awarded te IcMLar dc SrcaaT. who
have just received the most complete assortment ever
I offered to the people of Old Trumhull. Purchased since
the exeat decline in prices, which enables them to offer
the ruilowmr programme or Eatahtes, DnnkaMes. Wear
aoiesand rancyhies, at rales which will astonish poll-
ticinns.KnoW'Nothinrs, tfccall of whom with the rest
of -human critter.' are Invited Ij attend the show,
frt-e -ralis for u fl!iit, children hall price, ard inspect
UlC -ltiMTsi, COa..'4alif( tit sirt
100 Bo?., Ka.iii. Ri" C'jftV.
3 H'fStn S-ips. in t'ictfet', Jitca d.
J0 assorted kinds. L'hevts Te. alt prices.
3H dirt. Lvon's Katharioii. Bnjrs l'r-r.
20 Has Long Nose t'i . )M )iU --.;.
20 Bnisa Alspire. iO d.-s. !fu-ii .Ve.
10 do. Jars I'lckles. Vl " Lnduu l'.rt-r.
50 So U Biscuit. M Cion. all crlc.
50 M,ls. IMter Crackers. hhls. V i; Sur.
10 Water d . S - P.iw.lercl d.
10 Su-ar d.. 1 " Crushetl do.
10 bh.ls. N.o. 8uur. Srt m. M tt h-.
50 bbls. Mi!aHse. .'0 ijVttts " dt s Vohat eo.
10 S II Syrup. i M Fancy Braul. do
50 dos. Oerman Meerschaums, tbtjcolate ; tovoa
Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
fnuutain Starch. Uie nicest tiling out: Lorn March,
Tapiocca. Karina, Ace, for Puddings ; 50 Bozc-9 Stearin
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; V0 eross Pint and
?; Pint Vlasks ; a gross wicker Masks; Almonds
Brazil NuU, Filberts: Peccans ; English Walunu
Pea Nuts ; Citron ; Zanto Currants ; Prunes Seed lea.
Kaisins; Cut-anJ-Drv Chewing and making Tobacco
Brandies ; Wiues ; Kum ; Oin and Whisky, by the bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Notions, Sta
liouery. Blank Books. Mt-moraiviuuis, 6lc- all of which
Is offered to Uie Jobbing Traie at a sniaii advance from
New Tork prices. We have not the time or space to
enumerate our stock in full, but test our plea on the
nope that "lOL will c all, sen, bct. and finally. In
the second place, seventeenth ly, we beg leave to soh-
scnoe ourselves -Irulv i ourn,"
DUNLAP STEWART,
4 4 5 Market Street
Warren, Nov. I. 1P54.
T7XECUT0R'S NOTICE. Notice is
JJ hereby given that the subscriber has been ap
pointed Executor in the estate of Thomas Hawley, late
of Fowler, deceased. Ail persons having claisis against
said estate will present them within one year, legally
authenticated to me at Fowler ; and all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make immediate
ay ment. CUVNDLfcH HAW LEV.
nov 2
BOUNTY LANDS. By
law, widows of soldiers of the War i
a recent
War ot 1812. and
Indian Wars since 1790, are entitled to the Land
Bounty although married a second time if widows when
tney make application. There are hundreds now enti
tied to the Laud Bounty who have been heretofore cut
off. If such persons will apply to me I can get them
juanas.
Land Warrants bought and sold. Apply to
J. F. AS PER, AU at Law.
Warren, November 22, 1654-2m.
C?AIR! FAIR!! CHEAP NOVELS
L BY THE CORD.
Spanish Musketeer ; by Lieut. Murray.
Tne Naval Officer ;
" Red Revenger, Pirate KInr of the Florida.
Black Avenger of the Spanish Main.
M White Rover, or the Lovely Maid of Louisiana.
Ocean Martyr, or Hunter Spy.
Ivan the Serf Tale of Russia.
Rosalette, Flower Oirl of Paris.
Angelo, or the Convent of Santa Clara.
Hildebrand. tbe Buccaneer Cardinal.
The Rival Brothers ; by H. P. Cheever.
Russian Guardsman ; by Ben Perly Poors.
Fanny Campbell, the Female Pirate.
At the NEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
Ko. 23, Main Street, few iotrt Sontk of tkt Post
OJtco, It arren. Onto.
Oct. IS, 1P5I.
DISSOLUTION. Tb- partnership
heretofore existing between, the subscribers un
der tbe name and style of 3. & C. Mover is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are in the hands of Samuel Moser for
settlement. SAMUEL MOSER,
Warren, July 24, 1854. COKNELICS MOSER.
CO-PARTNER? H TP. The undersigned. of the latt
firm of 3 4t C MOSER,has thisda associated with him
3Iichael Moser, for tbe purpose of continuing tbe Mer
cantile business at the old stand, under the name and
style of Cat M. Moser. They respectfully invite
continuance of the patronage so liberally extended ts
the late arm. CUltJiLlLtf JtiOSEh.
Warren. July 2, 1854.
THE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
E. H0YT . Co, No. 1. Main street, offers great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinet, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the genuine kind.) Sheetings,
Hieacned and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Musim Collars. apr 2
T701TND A POCKET-BOOK contain
A. ing quite a sum of money and papers, which the
owner can have by catling at the New York Book Store,
proving property and paying for this advertisement.
arren, hot. inoi. &. a. A. UAluniX.
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Brus
sets. Three Ply, In train. Cotton and HemD. and
v eneti.m, ax tne
apr So SKW-YORK STORK
T7RENCH MERIN0ES, the latest
JL and most complete of colors in town. Also Co-
burgs, all wool Oala Plaids and DeLains, Musliu ds
Berges and other Dress isoods hr the piece or yard.
the NEW YORK STORE.
Oct. 4.
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
the time.) PACKARD ek BARNUM.
Oct. SS, 1KM.
f DD1NGS & MORGAN are now re
A eeivine their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, emhracint
a very larve assortment in all the departments of their
trade. The goods have been bought at the lowest
prices of the depressed market wiUt ttte special refer
ence to tne mtiMacscr or times, and will be sold ac
cordingly. For Goods at low prices inquire at the
loct -ii EMPIRE STORK.
I
Revised List for Superfine Fine Sash.
Tx 912, 15, 90 and 34, Light Windows, 3
8x10 " 3o
6xli " " - 4 s
9x19 " - " 4,-s
9x13 " " 4Se
9x14 " " Ss
9xlo " " 5Ve
9x16 5e
lOxli - 4 ..s
loxl t 5se
10x15 SSe
l(xlt
10x18 " 7s
Cther sixes in proportion, and a good Stock an ham
at all times. Orders for Blinds and Doers promptly
executed. All warranted to be of the best material,
foct 25 PACKARD it BARN CM
"H1
ELP CASH-US ! !"
Slow customers, and all others owing
money past due, are respectfully informed that they
a! pay ns. We sell our goods at cash prices, and
expect cash for them sometime. A word to tbe wise
is uXttcient. oct Id PACKARD fc BARN CM.
N1
JEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
Th anlMrrihr arts now reeeivine a lares and
desirable Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, te
which they invite the attention of the public gesenuly.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
competition for rresi'-psv, or in exenange for rrouuee.
approved credit on snort time will be given.
Warren, Oct. Id, ld-Vl. CAM. MOSER.
A SHORT DIALOGUE OX PLOWS.
t V ls farmer. Xeirhhir, what Plow do von use T
ini farmer. Well, I have J. Long's No. 4. and
several other kinds, but Morlej's Star Flow beats thesa
all.
1st Farmer. I amst go to warren sad get a star
Plow. (Goes to Warren and returns la course of tae
day.) .
Sa farmer. uallo, aeignoor, wnat nave yoa goi
there J
1st farmer. One of Morlrv s Doubl. Plows. He says
beats the Star Plow, and no mistake.
9ad farmer. Can't be possible 1 but f H does. 1
will huv one. (xit ootn Farmers, and try tko Plows.)
The Double Plow proves to be tbe best ; in fact it does
better work than any single Plow can do. This we ruar-
tee, or no sale. r. u. xuki,!. i t to.
April S, 1x4.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
you who wish to sow any Spelter Wheat, can be
supplied with this valuable and new species ol gram
by calling soon at the Monro. House. Winter Barley
for seed only, can also he had.
Warren, Sept 90, IfW. AUGUSTUS GRAETER.
LACES and Embroideries, Honiton
Collars, etc to which the attention of the Ladies
invited, at th. (apr i) NEW-YORK STORk'.
W i PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
sale eheaner than the cheaiicst, at the
apr 6
vl'u- vibDtr crn.s
N
TEW YORK STORE.
PARKS 4 WESTZ, are now receiving their
usual full stock of Fill and mn tiooos. oougni
since the lata DKCLINE IN PKICES, to which tney
Invite the attention of tlieir friends, former patrons
snd the public, simply ranarkmg that they are xevss
TO SB CXOKItSOLD. i.
CILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bon
lO nets, which are worthy the attention of the ladies.
Oct. 4. NEW YORK STOKE.
B
EST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
That big lot
1 has this dav arrived.
PACKARD i BARNCM.
Oct. 4.
T3
00TS SHOES, and Leather at the
XJ Oct. 4
N KW YOKK STORK
VCARD. We do not mean to offend
any body, but we must hve our Notes and Ac
courts settled, or we will he ol Lged to leave them at
the Squires Office for collection.
Warren. Nov. 1. 'S4. JA. McCOSNT-TX.
onAA FEET CLEAR, DRY, PINE
UUUlXMBER, I'', IH. ?' and9 inches thick,
luitahle for Sash, Blinds and Doors, for sale by
Oct 25. VS4. PACKAPO V R.RVT-V.
OTYAY HEIFER. Came toT
k7the residence of the subscriber, in Meeca.(
RED HEIFER, about two years old. Tne person
owning the same will be entitled to the property by
proving it ana pay ins cnarges.
LEWIS WILLIAMS.
Mecca, Nov. S9, lPi4-3w
'TWO GROSS of Township Maps of
I all the States, at the -
not li NEW YORK BOOK STORE. Main st.
BALDWIN'S PRONOUNCING
GAZETTEER, at the
nov 15 NEW TORK BOOKSTORE, Main at.
VTAVERLY NOVELS handsomely
v T bnnud, are complete In 27 volumes for t15, st
nov 15. BALDWIN'S Book Store, Main st.
HARRISON'S JUSTLY CELEBRA
TED PERFUMERY and Handkerchief Extracts
Double Colone, Lemon Rouire, Toilet Soaps, MaitnoUa
Tablets. Chalk Balls, etc., etc. Afuil supply at
May 31. POKTKW At C.'.
SPIRITUALISM. New and recent
publications at BALDWIN'S, Main at.
nov 15J
FOWLER k WELLS Woik, at
Inov 151 BALDWIN'S Book Store. Mai. st.
EVENTIDE, BY EFFlE AFT0N, on
of ths most popular works sf ths dsy just rer'.i
ADAM: .
RATIONAL HOTt;. A. Chapman,
X 1 Proprietor, east side la 1 .- in re. Warren, 0.
I
i ,e T. Hull.
Market street- Warrer. t
f.d ojx east of ths
Bauk.
rt
rrREM0NT HOUSE, By J. W.LES-
X LIB, Niles. TrmaHill Co Mr. Leslie having ta
leu cliargeof this UotH. respectfully solicits Use nas
V;uiilie. Jun.al.li'54-ssa
A SKILL HOUSE, Corner Main and
V ' S..uth Streets, Warren. O. The Proprietor take,
pl-asnre in ai'iiouncing to the public that this ae s4
el t Hotel lias tieen opern-d as a boas, ot entevtaia
meut. Being commodioua and nomy, and adjoining
ti e ;l e- of the Ohio Stag. Company, it offers tnducs
m"M unsun'a.-s.'d ia Warren fr the accommodation of
Uie traveling: rtsrtuaity. ...
A sh ire of public patronage is reeiw-tfully solicited.
deesv M.HASK1LL.
D0CT. J. DAVIS, Eclbctic Phtb
trun Ann Sraoro Office ia Nichols' Hat Stora,
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians will f nd a full stock of Eclectic
Medicines for sals by Doct. Davis at ths above plaea.
novSS-y '
w
M. M. EAMES. M. D.. PhTician.
Surgeon and Dentist, Windham. Portage Co., 0.
oct 35-S'J Mi)
TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
ff Surzeon. office on Booth side of Market tract, (np
itairt.) four doom East of the Bank, Warren, 0. apr 26
D
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon, Bloomfield. Tnunhnll Co., 0.
EW. T0WNSEND, M. D., Homeo-
nsthic Physician, Office In Sutlirs Brick Block,
near the American Hotel. Warren, 0. apr ly
TO UN B. & JULIAN HARMON.
J Physicians snd Surgeons, office North side of th.
Public Square, Warren, O.
octroy
j. rassxtt. . a. t. w. iiiull, a. a.
Jk T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and
Snrreona. Office and residenea on Liberty 8t
aonth of the Epltcopa. Church, Warren. 0. mar 10y
W PAINE, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon. Particular attention gives, t. th.
treatment of Can err itmifnl, tmt r n.. ri..Mu. ru
ne and residence aa High street. mar t '
SUtorttfus.
PHIL0 E. REED, Attorney at Law.
Warren, Ohio Office orer 5ev Tork Store.
IBSy 1U, MH
A LLENOFULLER, Attorney at Law
X V Office over Smiths ek McComha Ston. Corner
Block. Warren. 0. Jan. 1st W54. ly .
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trumbull Co.. 0.
D. BELDEN, Attorney and Conn-
sellor at Law, over Smith it McCoaab's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0. nov lOy
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
f t and General Collector of Borne and Foreign Claims.
Office over Smiths At McCombs' Store, Warren, 0. atari
. r. sorrsis. a. w. ttarurr.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
. - vmuw wa, aumij sk, num. Vi appv
site the Court Bouse. oct 27tf
. . ISO.KTT. J. DOLSOS tot.'
LEGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law. Office over Moser's Store, -Market
street. Warren. Q. JslS-tf
jon it nr 11 hins.
TTUTCHINS& CURTISS, Attorneys
--a. as uw. umce on .tortn nam street, near u.
residence of John Hntchins, Warren, 0. aog 1 tf
a-ii.Tot sTTt-trr. " aso. a. tcttu. "
CUTUFF & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Wrren, Trntn
trall connty. still continue their business at their old
office, oa High street, two doors west of the jJuaerlcan
Ilonse. - mar 4 f
BP. JAMESON & Co.. Dealers ia
Stoves, Copper snd Sheet Iron Ware, Tin,
Cheese Vats. Ac. Mo. 10 Main Su. Warren. 0. mar 49
E SPEAR & SON. Manafactorers of
Sash, Doors and Window Blinds. Factory on
Mar kgt Street, East of the Bank, Warren. 0. jan S6y
FELLOWS & MORLET, Manufactu
rers of Plows, Caltiraton, Ac. Shop amst of Tay
ler's Warehonse, on the Canal, Warren, O. sep 30tf
JOHN J. GI:NnTnG. Carriage and
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market sts.. Warren, O. i mar 1
1 L. M0RLEY, (successor of J. G.
J. V. Baooas.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer tn Hard
ware, Cutlery, dee. Warren, Ohio no. 35)
GEO. T. TOWNSEND. Cabinet and
Chair Maker, Girard. Truabnll, Co., 0. Coffins
made and delivered on the shortest notice. Tunerain
attended without extra charge for Hearse. ana 6y
H. M0RLEY fe Co.. Manufacta-
-L rers of Stores, Hollow Ware, and Casting fS)
rally. Joondry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
house. Tin Siiop four doors vest of tbe Warren,
Ohio. sep 30 tf
H0LLINGSW0RTH fe FITCH.
Dealers in Stores, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,.
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 1 doors
helow Empire Hall, Market street, Waren. O. war
P A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
XV and Retail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few '
doors soiita ot the Post Omce, Warren. O. nov 11
1ULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacturer
fj and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, 811
rer Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street, Empire
Block, Warren, 0. Watches carefully repaired and
warranted. Jax.w 7
PATCH fc ALLISON. Dealers in Sad
diery Hardware, Carriage TrinuninfS, and Miner
facta rers of Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks, TsiisssJi
skcM Main street, Warren, O.
frTDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers in
-a. staple ana fancy irry uoods. uroeeries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpetinr, Sole Leather, 4tc at the Sign ef
the Empire Sterey Warren, 0.
T ARREN STEAM OIL MILL. -
f V 6.0. 6RISW0LD, Manufacturer of Linseed 00.
Warren, Trumbull county, O. Tbe highest market arica
paid in CASU for Flaxseed at all times. mar 16 sa
& M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods. Hardware. Groceries,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoes, lists. Caps, Ready Mad.
C lothing, sc., Market Street, Warren, 0. aug t
ARKS & WENTZ. Dealers in For-'
eign and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots.
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Beady Made Clothinrr, etc, always cheas
for ready pay at the New-York Store.
WALTER KING & SON, Dealers In
T T Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and
Brittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, :c- So. 9. Mala
street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully repaired and warranted. star S .
73ACKARD it BARNUM, (Suece-
JL sors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Foreign and American Hardware, Iron.
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings, at ths " Tall Briclf,"
Warren. O.
fammissisit glgants.
MB. TAYLER, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant, and dealer ia Floor,
Bait, Fish, Plaster, 4.C-. Warren, Ohio.
CE. LEFFINGWELL. Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer ia Floor.
Bait, Fish, Plaster, Ac, fcc. Warren, Q. mar 31 tf
STEVENS & Co., Commission Mer
chants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratus, Fish,
Fruit, and Produce -renerally. 5os. 14 and 16 Secund
Screet, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati. O.
RcKEarm-Ks: Dickson, Biggs k. Co.: Wilshire. Bris
tol, kc; John Seasey kc Co.; Swasey Jt Wise ; Harrl
sn at Hooper ; Kecnet Ht Dudley, and Merchants ren
erally. apr ll y
MAIN, BAMBERG Co., Commission
Merchants, lt-8 Washington Street, New Tork.
Particular attention paid to consignments of Butter,
Cheese, ggs. Lard. Pork, and all kinds of Coon try
Produce. Liberal adrauces made on coaaiameaU
Consigners adrised weekly of the Markets.
Rcrta s!wCs. Hawley de Smith, Jewell, Harriaon 4t
Co., and T. B. White, New York.
W. Wright tfc Co, Bankers, Clereland, Ohio.
Geo. S. Wright ac Co., Bankers, Cincinnati, Ohio.
G. W. Burhauk, kn, Rochester. an le 3Lsa
T0SEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in
fl Bishop kc. Child's Melodeons. Mr. Haze td in
keeps constantly on hand the beat Melodeons, which be
will furnish at manufacturer's prices, at Farmington
Trumbull county, O. Instructions riren gratis to pur
chasers. Repairing and tuning done with oeatness and
dispatch. saartj
LAWS, RHODES & BARR. General
Produce Commission Merchants, No. 5 West Co
lumbus St. Cincinnati, O. (Cuatoiners en the Reserve -are
referred to J. M. Brown, North BloumfieM. a,rfiy
J. W. BROOKS. aCrCS THOMAS.
BROOKS fr THOMAS, Fsashionabla
Tailors, rooms arer Nichols Hat Store, Main St
Warren, Ohio. Particular attention paid tu euttinf,
and warranted to fit if properly made up. fob 9 y
VTEW STAGF LINE. The subscri-
1.1 hers have commenced r or ay a two-horse Coach '
From Painesvilleto Bloomflel'i, for the sceamnodatier.
of the traveling pablie. The Coach will iaave ths Amer
ican House, at Painesville. Mondavi, Wednesdays, and
Fridays. and returning, will leave Hloomneld, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and .aturdaj s. Tae Coach will gtl iota
Painesville in tiros to meet the Zxpress "Trains (ar
ClevelaadandBuSalo;andreturnia!. ' ill eaaa BI aeas
field in seasoa to taeet the Wat-rec a d aahtaH la Hack,
aad also u. txca truss siiuausaa w Cuag la Falls,
J. S. M R8H.
Bloom HI. Jn. t. vr-A-tt . W. C.FAIKBAXK8.
THE CLINTON LINE RAIL ROAD
C0Mlsr S0TICB TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Clinton,
Line Bail Road, will be held oa Wedaasday, the
ot January nest, at ths allies of the Company, ia Bad
son. J. J. C0K. 8 creUrr,
Jan. 3d. 3t

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