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EUWAltU I). HOWARD,
Editor and Proprietor.
D. M. BI8HOP, PlT-
Werkly CirculatioToTer !100 Copies,
and constantly Increasing.
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paid, except at the option of the Publisher.
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lars ver column."
Address Cards, inserted for the year, at $1 00 per line.
JOB PRINTING.
xr: . veii .elected assortment of Job Printing
material, we are prepared to execute in the Yery best
manner all kinds of plain ana lancy nooa ana oo
Printing,
Address Cards,
Business Cards,
Circulars,
Catalougses,
Drafts,
Blanks Receipts,
Colored Printing,
Check Books. Bill Heads.
Justices' Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks,
Handbills, Pamphlets.
Show Bills, Certificates.
Bill,. "Bank Checks,
Store Bills, Bills of Lading,
-Rill Tickets. Manifests, etc
In fact every thing done in the shape of Printing, at
men prices as. cannot w ..
ntZ. We keen constantly on hand a carefully selec
ted assortment of Cards and line Stationery, from which
nose in want of Printing can select.
Justices' and Constable-' Blanks
WAAKANT'E, MORTOAGR QUIT-CLAIM DEEDS.
acM.ona, axancTtoM, sciranaa. arc.
Constantly on hand and for sale.
Dltb bljcrfecirititts.
11'
ARE CHANCE FOR A BAR-
GAIN. The three story Stick Building.
known as tbe"Citv UalL is offered for aate.00
easy terms, r. I wish to leave this seek of the woofia as
aoon as pos. Vie. jan 17 TS3, M. McMANCS.
V0TICI3. All persons indebted to
me, by note or book account, will confer a favor
by calling at the tyaskill Mouse, and -squaring up,
as after the 15th of February, all notes and accounts
wiU be left fur collection. M. McMANCS.
SPIRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED.
Aa expose of the origin, history, theology and
philosophy of creation, alleged eonmaaieations from
the spirit world by means of spirit rapping, mediums
writing, physical denonstrations, etc.. with illustra
tions, by Rer. II. MaUiaon, A. sL, at
Jam. IT BALDWIN'S.
DR. DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the Oeneral Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland, at Edinborg.npon his return from his risit
to the United States. Also, BKDiM and Or. DUFF
contrasted, by Kerwan, for sale nt
Jan. 17 BALDWIN'S.
1?0R SALE OR RENT.
. The Furnitore and Fiztares of the Gaskin Boose
Saloon. For particulars inquire on the premises,
jan 17 '45, M. McMANTS.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A good Store-room on Market? now occupied by J.
43. Brooks. Inquire at the GaskiU Uonse Saloon.
Jan 17 , M. McMASUS.
FOR SALE.
Kighty acres of Wood Land, sitaated In Dane
Township, Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
Jan 17 '5S, liaakill House 3Ka-
THE STATE OF OUI0, Trumbull
County sa.
Adm'x of Roman ta Barber, aee.,1 Petition to sell
st. Land.
Samuel Clark, and ethers. ) Court of Probate.
In obedience to an order of sale, issued by the Court
of Probate, within and for said county of Trumbull, on
the 15th da 7 of Jan., A. D. 1855, and to me directed. I
will offer for sale at public vendue, on Friday the 23d
day of February. A. D. irV5, on the premises, between the
hours of 10 o'clock, A. and 4 o'clock, P. M-, of said
day. the following described lands : Situated in the
township of Fowler, in said Trumbull county, Ohio,
and known by being part of lot No. 5, in said town- I
hip, and bounded as follows : cm tne east ny a niga
way leading from Johnson to Vienna, on the south by
lands of Martin . Galea, on the west by lands of
George Halleck,and on the north by a road leading
from the centre of Fowler to the centre of Hartford,
and containing fifty acres, be the same more or less.
The above Lands are encumbered with Widow's
Dower, set off by metes and bounds, and will be sold
object to said dower right. The interest to be sold
has been appraised at one thousand dollars. To be
- sold on deferred payments not exceeding two years.
LYDIA BARBER.
, Administratrix of R. Barber, dee'd.
By JVo. M. Stcll, her Atty. Jan. 17, lt&4, 4w
SALE OF REAL ESTATE by order
of Court. On Wednesday, the 7th day af February.
A. D. 1855, between 10 and 3 o'clock, of said day, will
be sold on the premises, in Greene, Trumbull county.
Ohio. the following real estate, via: Sixteen acres of
the north part of the following lot of land: sitaated as
aforesaid, and is the 8. K. part of lot No. 3. and boun
dodU beginning at a post in the corners of lots 3, 4, 7
and 8 ; thence north on lot line S3 ch, 18 lira., to a
post; tjence W. on a line 13 ch,.79 Iks.; thence 8. on
a line 90 ens.. 7 Iks., to a post ; thence E. on the cen
tre of the road 15 chs 96 Uts., to place of beginning.
MARY JANE KING,
Administratrix of Seta King, decM.
By A. 0. Fcxlks., A ay- Jan. 17. 4 w
T UTTER AND SODA CRACKERS.
.1 J We have made arrangements with the DuQuesone
Cracker Factory, by which we are constantly receiving
their celebrated Crackers, and which we oner to Dealers
or at retail, at the lowest rates. Warranted the best
and Cheapest in the market.
DUN LAP or STEWART, 4 45 Market St.
jan 1755
A RARE CHANCE ! THE
XV Barnhiset Tarera, at the Centre of Tien- t -S ' ' 1
na, Trumbull Co., 0., is offered for sale at a I j"l
great bargain. There is connected with and attached
to iterery needed convenience for a Public House, and
oobm two acres of land. It is happily located at the
crossings of great thoroughfares, and a fine run of lo
cal and foreign business is being done on the premises.
Tue buildings are nearly ne. nd amply commodious.
Here is a rare chance for a profitable investment. For
further particulars call on
T. 1. McLAIX, Real Estate Agt-
Warren. Jan 17, S5.-3t.
Also a good farm for sale or rent in Hu'jbard.
GREAT MEN & GREAT EVENTS,
a most attractive book containing 900 pages,
handsomely bound with 3U0 engravings, and we ofler
them at such a low price, that everybotiy buys them,
almost without exception. v7e have received a large
number and can furnish them, to be sold again at the
publisher's lowest price by the 100 copies, at
;anl75i, - ADAMS' Book Store
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS of
Trumbull County Ohio.
William McFarlane 1
Guardian of Angeiine !
8-Srte- fpeUtionfor Partition
Asahel W. Porter and I
Charles 8. Porter. J
The said Asahel W. Porter and Charles S. Porter are
atereby notified that said William McFarlane, Ouardiaa
of Ang-line S. McFarlane, on the 13th. day of January
A Tl lr?55. filed his petition in said court against them,
ar.d which ia still pending therein, praying for the par
tition of thirty-four acres and aixty-five rods of land in
lot No. 90 in Howland Trumbull County, Ohio, and be
ing the land set of to Angeiine Porter, late Angeiine
McFarlane, deceased by Frederick Kinsman and John
Bat I iff under the will of Jamea Scott deceased. Also
praying for the partition of ten acres of land in War
ren Trumbull County. Ohio, being part of section Mo.
88, and the same land a parted and set off in the will of
James Scon deceased, to Angeiine Potter, late Angeiine
McFarlane deceased.
The petitioner asks that one third of said lands be
net to said Anceline 8- McFarlane and one third each to
aid Asahel W. and Charles 8. Porter.
Said petition will he for hearing at the next term of
aid Court, to be holden in Warren in said County on
the 13th, day of March next.
HCTCHINS ec CmTISS.
jan 1" lSS5-6w. Attys. for Petitioner.
Ta Cans or Torn Lease, ir Ton no mot wian to
Due or m ConauKrnoa.
Pittsbnrgh, April 18, 1P47.
Mr. S. BsLLCu Dear Sir. I have on several occa
sions expressed to you personally, the high estimation
In which from having made used of it for several years
it my family, I held your "Imperial Couch Syrun." I
have never known it to fail in relieving Coughs. Colds.
or oppression of the Lungs, when used promptly, and
according to your directions. I have given it to infant
children with highly beneficial effects; and so far as my
own ease is concerned, a aose taken at night before re
tiring has invariably relieved me from Cough or any
disagreeable feeling of the chest. I always keep it in
say house, and would not, on any account, be without it.
Every person whe may use it, will prouounce it an
agreeable, mild, yet highly ettestive cough medicine,
which, in a climate aa ehanrable as ours, cannot fail to
prove a great benefit to all who may gi ve H a trial.
I am, air, respectf ullv. vonr friend.
WM. H. WHITNET,
Editor Pittshnrgh Dailv Chronicle.
Prepared and sold by R. E. SELLKR8 At Co
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Tor sale by PORTER Ac Co.. Warren; and Druggists
nd Merchants throughout the State. jan 1? 'S3
WARREN & BRACEVILLE Plank
road Company.
Warren Jan. Sth, 1855.
The Directors this day declared a dividend of rive
per cent, from toe tolls received up to Jan. 1st. 1655, to
ba paid to the stockholders, by the Treasurer. '
jan 17 '55. HARMON AUSTIN, Pres.
TYPES OF MANKIND, or Ethnolor
ical researches baaed npoa t'i ancient monu
ments. Paintings. Scnlpurs and Crinia of races, and
anon the'r Natural. Geographical, Pailologieal, Biblical
history v J. C. Sou aud Oeo. Ji- Gilddon. Price
$5,00. A few copies just ree'd at ADAMS,
jan 17 '55.
THE LANDS OF THE SARACIN.
or pictures of Palestine, Asia Minor, Sicily, and
Spain, Bayard Taylor's last work. Ten copies just
received at jan 17 '55, ADAM?.
Tne BToaarH prepares the elements of the bile and
the bwad ; and if it dees th work feebly and imperfect
ly, liver disease is the certain result. As soon, there
fore, as any affection of the liver is perceived we may
be sure that the digestive organs are out of order. Toe
first thing to be done, is to administer a specific which
will act directly npoa the stomache the mainspring .f
the anhnal machinery. For this purpose we ean recom
mend tJooflaod's German Bitters, prepared by Dr.C. M.
Jackson Phitadelpfa'a. Acting as an alterative and a
tonic. It strengthens the digestion, changes the condi
tio of the blood and t hereby (ires regularity to the
boeel. 8.-, advertisement.
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FRESH MEAT FOR CASH.
The subscriber weald Inform the cttisens of War
ren and ricinity that Fresh Meat may he found hereaf
ter, until further notice, a, his "old stand" on Lit erty
Street, on the mornings of Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday of each week.
As he is determined to sell ON LV FOR CASH, with
outrespect to persor.s. he will be enabled, by baring
the money down eTery time, to furnish meat at a very
low figure. My old friend and customers sr inrited
to call. Usal"5i-St F. KAKRIUKK-
N1
JET LYME WATER CURE.
The above etablishtneiit still contiuues In suc
cessful Apt-ration, and if aout to commence upon it'
fourth season. The large, v increase! nuni'ter of io-
tients treated at the esiaMi thaient the past year, and
the lanre namVr of cores eneciea induce the subscri
ber to hclt ere that no place affords superior ad ran tapes
for treatment. The above ectaMiatunent fs located fn
New Lyase. Ashtaula Couuty.Ohio. Tertus from six
to sirht dollars ner week, accor.it nf to rooms taken
and attention given, payable weekly inrrtriaHr. For
examination, and advice fcr tbuae tliat do not stay at
thecure $1 ; for examination and writen prrer.tion
for hme treatment $i- P. KEK 1L D. Propiet w.
New Lyme, Jan 17th, 55 3ni
rP0 THE DANCING PART OF
-1 COMMUNITY. We would respectfully call their
attention to a aplended lot of Gkmt's Gsitms. warrant
ed to fit any kind of a foot; which must be sold, or
giren awav, call soon and examine,
jan 17 'AS. JAS MiCONNEL dc CO.
D;
ATE LEAVES, OR HISTORIC
CARDS. The Date Leaves form a srstrm of social
games intended for Parlor Amusements and Education-
al Incentires. or regular School Instruction.
It is bcliered that they possess all the social oualt
ties of Gaming Cards without that utter waste of time,
and tendency to dissipation. They inspire the com
pany with mv.rtn ana rurnif n subjects tor ennrersntton
provoke and excite inquiry and research, and give
systematic arrantemenu to leas and items. Haw
ester Dttiiw Jlmnet.
The work has cost much labor, and merits the appro
bation of all those who would combine friendly enjoy
ment with intellectual improremeut. They may he used
In the school, the family or social circle." Genesee
Evmnfeiitt.
"From a careful examination of therc Lr.Tn.wi
are of opinion that Mr. Brewster has furnished a val
oahle and entertaininr suhstitue for nntfi of less in
terest and questionable morality RmrmlWrw t'mrker.
Testimonials from Clerjrymen, Principals of Acade
mies, and names well known aru ideotined with the
cause of education, hare been riven in earnest com-
mendation of this new instructire to mental and social
imnroTement.
Thb Csvrds, AO in number, are put up in elerant
boxes, each accompaiitert with a book, pinnr full in
structions for tie rarious fames. Price 50c per box,
nor sale to quantities by ildwiw. at tne
NEW YORK BOOKSTORB,
25, Main St. Warren, Ohio.
BRITISH PERIODICALS EARLY
COPIES SECrRED. TTr Pkcmitms to New
8irnrKiEs ! ! LEONARD SCOTT A CO., New York.
continue to re-ptibash the following British reruxli
eats, via:
1. THE L0XD0N QUARTERLY (Conservative).
9. THE ElINBrR-iH REVIEW iTWhir).
3. THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church).
4. THE WESTMINISTER REVIEW (Liberal..
5. BLACKWOOD'S EDI N BURG MAGAZLNK (Tory).
The present critical state of European affairs will
render these publications unusually interesting during
the furthcoming rear. They will occupy a middle
ground between the hastily written news-items, crude
speculations, and flying rumors of the daily Journal,
and the ponderous Tome of the future historian, writ
ten after the living interest and excitement of the
great political events of the time shall have passed
away. It is to these Periodicals that readers must look
for the only really intelligihle and reliable history of
current events, and as such, in addition to their well
established literary, scientific, and theological char
acter, we urge them upon the consideration of the
readme pumic.
Arrangements are now permanently made for
tne reeei itt 01 t.mrim s meets irom tne British rurl is Ti
ers, by which we are enabled to place mil ear Reprints
tn the bands or subscribers, about as soon as they can
be furnished with the foreign copies. Although this
involves a very large out! ay on our part, we shall con
tinue to furnish the Periodicals at the same low rates
as heretofore, together with the following Premiums to
new Bubecribers :
TERMS AXD PREMIUMS.
See List Premumm VsUwxs belsw.
Per ann.
For any one the four Reviews and one Pre in. voL $3 00
For any two one " i 00
For anv three " " two " 7 00
For all four of the Reviews " two w 8 00
For Black wood ' Magaaine " one n 4 00
For Blackwood and 3 Reviews three 9 00
For Blackwood and 4 Reviews " three w 10 00
Payments ts me ssaWe in mil emsss im ndrnnes. Mn-
current in the Stmts where issued mill be received at
The Premiums consist of the fbllowinr works, hack
volumes of which wilt he riven to new buliscnbers ac
cording to the number of periodicals ordered, as above
explained:
PREMIUM V0LUMES
Fokkiom Qcajitcrlt Review (one year)
Biearxwoon's Maoaxiib (six months.)
Lcndoh Qhartkblt Rjcviiw (one year )
EniKosrssn Rcvtkw (one year.)
MmorouTii MAoaziirc (six months.)
WaCTMiiiirrru Review (one year.)
Consecutive Premium volumes cannot ia all cases be
furnished, except of the Foreign Quarterly Review.
prevent disappointment therfore, where that work is
alone wanted. Subscribers will please order as many
different works for premiums as there are volumes to
which they may be entitled.
CLUBBING.
A discount of twenty -five per cent, from the above
prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering four or more
copies of any one or more of the above works. Thus :
Four copies of Blackwood or of one Review will be sent
.1.1 a- afi . t Cta-
Blackwood for 30 ; and so on.
tNo premiums will be given where the above allow
ance is made to Clubs, nor will premiums in any case
furnished, unless the subscription money is paid in
to the Publishers without recourse to an agent.
Money current in the state where issued will be receiv
ed at par.
POSTAGE.
In all the principal Cities and Towns, thse works
he delivered, throuzh A rents Fan or Posrauc
When sent bymsil, the Postage to any part of the
United States will be but Twrv-rocx Crura a year
"Blackwood," and but FoTTavrExn Ccxrs a year for
each of the Reviews.
Remittances and wimmopi cations should always be
addressed, post-paid, to the Publishers,
LEONARD SCOTT & CO..
54 Gold Street, New York.
LUMAN BARllTT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole agents
the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
toughest piece of Leather in twm minutes, which it
frequently takes an Lour or more to do the same piece
work. It stands without a rivaL We would respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the craft to
subject. Do not forget the place. No. 20. Main St-,
Warren, O. d 13 JAS. McCOXNELL at Co.
THE CHIME The great Singing
Book of the season, a notice of which will be
in another column, has jut been received in large
quantity, at ADAMS BOOKSTORE, and is selling
rapidly. d 13J
THE RICHEST BOOK OUT. The
Town in Convulsions "HIGH LIFE IX KEW
YORK., by Jomatuax Suck, Esq., of Weathers tie Id,
Connecticut.
If yon desire a long laugh, a good laugh, a hearty
laugh, a real, uproarious explosion of a laugh, read
Jonathan Slick. Such humor, such comical ideas of
sen and things, such inexpressibly funny Adventures
Incidents, were certainly never before set down
print. It is a book of Infinite Jest and most comi
cal fancy. d 13
FOR SALE. A very desirable
House and Lot on Prospect Street, in the"-
northern part of the village of Warren. House new
Apply soon at this Office.
Warren, Nov. 8, 18-M-tf.
LBERT PERRY, Atlornej at Eiw.
A. Special attention riven to collection, and the
prosecution of Pension and Bounty Land claims.
arren U jan 10 'ij-ly-f,3.
LEGAL NOTICE
John J. Elwell, )
vs Civil Action.
Jerome B. Phillips,'
The Defendent in this cause is hereby notified that on
27th day of December A. D. 1954, 1 caused an order
Attachment to be 'issued against him by L. W.
Meares, a Justice of the Peace of Bloomfield Township
the County of Trumbull, and State of0hio, for the
of $-3,42 and costs, which said order has been
served and returned, and said cause adjourned
trial, to the 9ih day of Febrnarv A. D. li55. at 10
o'clock A. Ji. of said day. J0U-N J. ELWhLL.
jan 1U M.
CHINESE and American Vermillion.
Indta Red and Orange Mineral, just received and
sale ny (nor JJJ fc. A. fc.nl 1U & Co.
FARM FOR SALE OR BARTER.
I will sell a Farm in Johnson townshin Trnmimll
Okie containing 78 acres of land, on which is
erected a fine House and Barn, on liberal terms and
payments, or I will exchange it in part for a good
To persons desirous of goinr out of business this orv-
(vruuiii-j wouia oe a very goou one.
War. LITTLE.
10 55- 3t Poland Ohio.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice is
herecy riven that the subscriber has been tn-
pointed Kxecutor in the estate of FratoB Anilr! Uts
Vienna, deseased. All persons having claims
against said estate will present them within one year.
'j ravaisruiicaiea, to me, at iiowiana; ana an per-
imcxioi to saia estate are reTnested to make im
mediate payment. SAMUEL ANDREWS,
jan 10 3w.
LTblAIEOF ABIJAH T1KK1LL.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has
beenappoinl,! and quallilied Administrator with the
anueaed. on the Esta.. f Abijah Tyrrill. late of
.... 7": . crous naving claims against said
fcstate are notified to present the same duly authentica
ted for settlement; and all owing said Estate are re
quested to make immediate pavmeut.
ATI'J-E - MCKEY. Administrator.
Vienna, jan 10 'u 3t.
WARREN & LAKE ERIE PLANK
B0AD COMPANY. The Stockholder, of the
Warren and Lake Ene Plank Boad Company are hereby
notified to meet at the office of B. F. Huffman in War
ren, T rum boll county, O., on the first Muuday of Feb
ruary next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. for the purpose of
electing seven Directors forth, ensuing year
JOSEPH MARVIN, Jr'pmt.
?!F- Ho'L'?ec'- Warren, Jan., lrtii.
LEGAL NOTICE.
The President. Directors, at Conl Court of Com
of the Western Reserve Bank, I men Pleas, of
es. V Trumbull
Mccormick, Jacob Robinson and I County, Ohio
w John Battles. Civil Action'.
Mccormick one of the defendants a nn.u...
the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that on the th
of December A. D. 1H34. the plaintiffs filed their
petition afrainst the defendants in said Coart. alleging
the defendants are indebted to ihem on the nrum
iasory note of said P. McCormick, thosai l McConnick
mak-r and the said Rohison ek Battles as endorsers
uirsumol noj,jy. witfi interest from lec. SSth
Said note dated June 22nd. 154 and navhle tn
order of said Robinson At Rattles at the Mrrrh.ni.
Manufactures Bank, 1'iUsUirgh i'a. six months af
date.
writ of Attachment was Issued In aaid cans.
the roods and effects of said P. McConnick.
plaintiffs will take judgment ky default against
P. McCormick for aaid sum and interest as afore
unless he answers by the 3d dsy of March l4J.
liUTCIUNS At CURTISS.
Jan. 3d. 1853 6w Attys. for Plffs.
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NEW HARDWARE STORE, A
A Y MOnrrv
L- nuULbl! atjDas
Successor to James O. Brooks, deaW In ITiiDiriii,
Ci tlert, Iron. Nails and tiLiss, where at all times
can be found a larre and raried assortment of House
Trimmincs. Carpeuter's Toolsdcc.
Keceired this day and now opening
6dos. White's Cast 8 tee I Axes.
4 B avers
1 Hav Knives, good.
tt PittsiHireh mn barrels.
2 Rfmin-rtoii'i
3 1 Tons Pitulmrth Iron, assorted sisee.
59 Itundlesj best Norway Nail Rods.
Warren, Sot. 1, 1. A. L. M0 RLE V.
Having this day sold my entire Stock of Jlanlware
to A. L. Mori.ct. whi will coutiuue the business at the
oi l stud. I take this method of informins; my old
friends and former p-atruus that I shall remain with
Mr. 5Iorlct, where I shall be happy to see them as
us.iai. J. U. UKUUK5.
Vt. 3 154. nor. 15 j
JANUARY AND FEBRUARY Ap-
v pointmem..
Dr. 11. Tl'BBS, Analytic Physician, will be at hit
ro.itn, W arren, Gasktll House. Monday Feb. 5.
Orwell, Mr. Eaton's Tuesday at lernoon. Feb. 6.
UjkVRNSx, Prentiss House. Tuesday aud Weducsday,
Fch.?Oih and Slst
This being the season of Bronchitis and Lung diseases
reference i giren to a severe case cured three years
since, snowing recovery complete aud permanent. 5ir.
W. is proprietor of a Hotel in Eart Cleveland, an old
resident, and generally known. Of the utility of our
remedies thousands can testify, and in no case, even
the incuralde, can they be used, rightly prescribed.
w-moui nencni.
Our undivided attention being given to chronic dis
em&m. nearly all the cures are of persons who have
tnorougniy tried tne routine or remedies (ao called) now
extant, and many becoming hopeless saartyrs to popular
out reirtusive moues ui ireauneut.
HO CH4.RU C rOR COHtfT LTaVTtOS !
Tr. Tuhbs neither bleeds nor blisters, nor Is he a
Homeopath i st ; he never uses Mercury. Antimony, Ar
senic, or any other Minerals, as medical agents; nor is
he a Thompsonian -he neither steams nor gives emetics.
Uii theory of disease di tiers from ail others that hare
been adopted, bat not more so than does his system of
treatment, tie uoes not rui sick tmmake well, nor
tear down tm mi id up again ; nor allay irritation by
patching up with ansdsnes.
Patients should mark well the dates given stave.
Our entire time being pre-engaged, attendance must
accord strictly with published auuouucementa.
An uubiased opinion as to the probability of a cure
is always given subjecting the patteut to no expense
wititout a reasonable prospect of success.
BROXCniTIS ITS WORST STAGES CURED.
Pa. Trans, Sir: When I commenced your treatment a
few months since. 1 was much debilitated, and suffering
from severe pain in the side, shortness of breath, weak
ness and pain in the small of the back, night sweats,
res:lessness, coughing, and expectorating prnfusely, of
ten raising a pint of whitish substance in a single morn
ing. Took cold frequently and a soreness and inflama-
tion of the throat of two years standing, seemed increas
ing and extending down uion the lunss. At times I
became so dizzy as to fall, unless near some object of
support. By use of your medicines I was entire It re
lieved, and am now as well and strung as ever before in
my life ; sm at work through all kinds of weatner, aud
though sometimes wet. neither the cough nor soreness
of tluoat troubles me in the least.
lours respectfully, James 8- Wrlca.
East Cleveland, Dec 1K1
rPHE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
-a. county.
Samuel juiuhy. Executor of
Calvin U. Sulliff, I
vs. In Court of Com. Pleas.
Benjamin Bingrham, Adeline 1
Bitizham. and Milton Sutliff. J
Tile Defendants. Benjamin Bingham and AiMlvon
Bingham, are hereSi notified that the Plaintiff has tiled
his petition against said defendants in said Court, set
tinK forth that on the l!h day of April. 1649. said Ben
jamin rave his two promissory notes to said Calvin O.
sutnn, men in lull lire, and to said Hilton Sutliff, one
for 9M, and one for 1UU with annual interest, the 30
note pajal.le on the 1st of Sept., lfjO, aud the tluO
note para)le the 1st of Sent.. IKil : and -hat said Ben
jamin Bingham at the same time executed to said y-
ra Kwiniy 01 saia notes a mortgage 01 the lul-
iowinr lands, part of lot twenly-fuur. in lireene Town
ship, in said County, bounded as follows : It-rinnin.
at the centre of the road running East and West through
the centre of the Township at the south-east comer
of Aaron Bascom's land ; thence north sixteen rods,
to a post and to land belonging to Kdward Bascom ;
thence east ten rods ; thenca south sixteen rods to the
centre of said road ; thence west to the Dlace of be
ginning, containing an acre of land, be the same more
or less; the said Adeline joining in said mortgage
and releasing her dower in the land, that said Milton
Sutliff in the life time of said Calvin ii., made over to
him all his interest in said notes and mortraee : that
there remains due and unpaid on said oos 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 netition nrars a
decree in favor of plaintiff against the defendants for
the amount due on the notes ; and that the mortgaged
premises be sold for the payment of the same. The
said Benjamin Bincham and Adeline Hin.hu. .hA
reside withcut said State, are required to apiear and
anssrer said petition by the 3d Saturday of February
next, or said petition will be taken as confesfeaed to bo
true, and a decree entered accordingly.
ny OL'Turr at icnxa. Att ys. d 30-6w
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of eeadV'tsai rxsaaas, to me
directed and delivered, ov the Clerk of the Conn of
Mahoning County. Ohio. 1 will exnose to nolilie ul, at
the door of the Court llonse. in Warren. Tnimholl
County, Ohio, ea SaltrJaj, tke HOtk day Jaammrf,
II., IKii, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. Jd,
and 4 o'clock, P M.. of aaid day. the following de
scribed lands and tenements situate in the Township
Hertford, Trumbull County, Ohio, to wit : Part of
xv. imrty two. and is bounded as follows: north
on the highway ; east and sooth by lands owned by
Klisha Bennett ; wrt by I nds of Drarton Andrews.
usually railed the Mill Lot, containing two acres of
land. To be sold at the suits of Hampton Smith, vs.
Andrews and Boothe. Appraised at r.
H. K. IIAKM0X, Sheriff.
cnerin s umce, arren, wee. su, lta4-ts.
THE H0ISERY Department Partic
ular attention Is paid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors. Cashmere, Slate Brown, Black and
hiie Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Mali
Hoee. and a large quantity for children.
I"- E. K. I10YT At CO.
THE STATE FHI0Trumbull
County. Court of Common Pleas.
Lorenzo Kowi
vs 5 Petition for Divorce.
Mary M. Row)
Mary M. Kow, will take notice that said Lorenza Raw
the twentieth day of October A. 1. 151. filed a peti
tion in the said Court, praying that he may be divorced
from aaid Mary M. Kow : He alleges as cau-e ; First,
Gross neglect of duty : Second. Adultery. Said cause
will he for hearing, at the March term of said Court
D. 1855.
C. W. Smith. Atty. for PlfT. d3-6w.
A TTACIIMENT NOTICE. Before
- Upson Bnshnell, J. P., Costavus. Trnmb. Co- 0.
belh Hayes and Ralph Plumb,
vs.
William 8. Huhbel and William Smith.
At onr instance an attachment aas issued in our favor
against the defendants by lTp;on Buahnell. a Justice of
Peace, of (la stares, Trnmimll County, Ohio, on the tth
day of December A. D. lnis, for the sum of $tfi,M.
Said case will Jve tried on the Snd day of Febuary A. D.
at wwcu une tne aeienaauu can appear and de
fend. Sm Hstcs,
. RatrnPLrna,
ncTcmxs & Cra-ns, Att'yi for PI'fTs. Jan. 3d 3w!
VOTICE is hereby given that the nn-
Xa dersigned has been appointed guardian for TIM
OTHY K. THOMPSON", of Vernon, Trumbull co, who
been declared an insane person by the Probata
Jnde of Trumbull! Co., and the public are hereby cau
tioned against trusting him, and persons haviug busi
ness with him, will pleas, to do it with his guardian.
Vernon, Jan. 3, leu. TU0S. A. THOMPSON.
TARRENlfcL KI2 ERIK PLANK
T 1 ROAD COMPANY. Stock-holders are not, (Ted
a dividend of per cent, on each share of Stock
been declared and ordered to be paid on and after
January 1st. lJlii. JOSEPH MARVIN, Jr pres-t.
B. F. IlorrUAS, Scc'y. jo
Tf0R SALE A House and Lot, in
tne T'Hage of Warren, In an elligihle situation,
Washington Avenae. Lot is medium size, Housa
commodious, containing 5 Rooms. Price. $.U0.
r?"2!7 J ' AU'y at Law
d 20-iwJ
FOR HOnDATRENTSLT
bin's and Baxin's genuine Perfuming Extracts for
Handkerchief ; fine Pomade for the Hair ; Bears
Urease; Phiiocome. Ate., ate. Also. Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Dressing Combs, Tooth Paste, Parlor
is, &&, 4-c For sale by
'A 2" E. A. SMITH & Co.
POUND In the
inclosure of the
subscriber, on the 1tet siri. of h. R;-.. i. n-..
TWO YEARLING STEl'RS. one red and the other
black, with some white on .he lefts and belly. The
owner is hereby requested to mom and prove property,
charres and take them away. W. KINSMAN.
Uecemtier 6. 1H04.
AT BALDWIN'S MRS, ANN S.
V STEVBX8' Complete Guide to Crotchet and Fan.
Knitting, suitable fur llolliday Gifts. (dec 30
AT BALDWIN'S THE NEWS
1. BOY, by Mrs. Oakes Smith : Ida May. by Mrs.
Stowe ; Idlewil l, by N. I. Wi lis; Land of the Saracens,
Bayard Tajlor; Maxims of Washington. (dec SI
IMOTIIY SEEDl---A fevTTBusheli
of prists seed for sale by
Oc 1H. 10DLV0S A MOROAV.
CECOND HAND BOOKS for sale
cheap at BALDtVIX'S Book Store, Main SU
A or. Ii. le54.
ENGLISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN &
NAPLES Violin, Guitar and Banio Strinrs. Inst
imported, at may 31 POMKROY'S.
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
field at Co.'s Celebrated Vegetal. le Cattle Powder
constantly on hand and for sale in large or small quan
tities by the subscribers, who are sola Agents for this
section.
N. B. None are rennine unless procured ot
March 1H. IrSg-tf C. At M. MOSE R. Ag'ts.
DOORS, DOORS, DOORS.-TO Con
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We ean fnrni.h
with Panel Doors of all styles, a treat deal ehraer
you can make them by hand, (and as wood if not
better.) Call and examine our work and prices; yon
le sailed with both. A liberal discount to whole
sale traders. K SPRAR sa SOX.
January 90.
rPHE IODIDES OF IRON, Mercury,
Zinc. Conner. SulDhnr. and Nuiim,. fte-ch
1 Iodine. Bromine, Iron by Hydrogen.
Constantly
n.no anu tor aaie low au
31. PORTER fc Co's.
ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
IR- MEDICINES, Ayer's Cherry Tectoral, and 0i
s India Cholagogue, for sale by
-L?ii PORTER Co.
OOCHINEAL, Cudbear, Muriate of
Tin, Chemic for Colorinr Green, and dye stuffs si
"""'Ption. For sale low by
3i! PORTER C.
UXECUTORS NOTICE
Notice is hereby eiren that the sa scrihets hr
aopomieu ft.xeeut.rs tn the Ktate of Petee Cat
aeceled' UM Ioerty Trnm- nil Co. Ohio.
rnn.itio V ASL1U.1.
PETKR CARLTON.
jan lOWJu
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'UiAXnT.SR SHOP. The sub:
-t wr tn-i.i c-s to the citfsens of Warren, ar
pa .lie iniwd. that he has estiblifhe I a Ch i
scn-
and
pa .lie in !. that he has estbliphel a ChindK-r
thT, irYe lie intends to manufacture t:atiIlrs, 8-ip,
Store. Warren. Ohio.
,rr The highest price, in Cash, will le paid fr
TalVw ai Lard. l l3j A. L. C. DAY, A rn.t.
TEW
CARRIAGE SPOP.
The su'iscrihers woul I respectfully inform the
ct use us ot Wiirivu and a-ljoimug To-vu., tu-it tiiL-y
have opened a eh-ip uu Lix-rty Ivte--ii Mrtrfcci
and South, where all nUn are in wni of Litrht Varm
Wa-jus or Ligitt .luraide aud ('ahiuuaH)e Carriages,
cau be accommoi.ited without the risk of being su-tved.
II iv Ui worked nearly twenty years in the bet snop
in New Ritglvid aud the MitlJU- Elites, we feel conn
dent that we cm give all who nr call uon us perfect
satiHrctiuti ai to 1'rtce. Quality and lura ..l.iy oi w-jrk.
. T . , bwkn Parwn"ei ,nce e cmiue-ucr i
ma ....a.., l" " "f
tion ; and judging from the must an feel conudeut
t tc wuuiv I TTVU I al WUI viuwic itsaiiM ivi uk; pui vsasaat
we have received, aud will endeavor in future to do
such woik as will merit a continuance of the
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.
CARRIER 4k BURROUGHS
Warren, Snr. 13, 1H54.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers beg to inform the ladies of War-
ren, that they have received a splendid assortment ot
Bonnets, Ribbons, Silks. Lawns, French Flowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimmings, Jtc, a, 3 which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Tho-e who will favor us with
a call, will, we trust, he amply repaid for their trouble.
apr Sh K . E. HO ilk CU
SCRAP IR0X WANTED.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
Tin Warehouse of B. P. JAMESON at Co.
April 19, 'H.
TT0RSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
a a Uom'ia, Brushes, uiit and Faucy Trunk Paper,
9 iy-i,ets. tioor aiatts, Aucant .nans. c. at
Jun. . PATCH ItALLISONS.
OURE CREAM TARTAR an i Super-
a- uarnonate sooa, ny n. a. smith f Co.
t FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
XI I.IQL'ORS for alclicinal purposes, and said
the best in town, at may 311 PORTER At Co.
1 OZ. OF QUININE, ju,t recei
A J ' ved and for sals at low figures, at
Way 31.
PURTKKst CO.'S.
TE HAVE FOR SALE r.n com i.is
V T sion. one of Emorv dc Co. s two-horse nower
iiur:uiuE jiacuines. T. 11. J1UK1.. 6c Co
July 3.
SOLE LEATHER. A prime article
for. sale at E. E. I10VT A. Co's. Some of th.it GOOD
TEA, Java and Kio Coffee. Seedless Baislns, Rice, Alc,
rec o at o. n I. ftiaio Birees.
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herrin?
V 50 Quintals Codfish : 10 Gross t.ron'. K ,ihr.n-
-u oois. ana nau DDIS. JlaeKertl, jnst received at
inov B ULM.AP Al cTEWART S.
TATE LE WES." This beautiful
-a' U'Storical and Keliirions raroa is vllln.
. as prefiictea. Also, "tcta May," -Ida Xor
man," The News Bov." and all the new work. r th.
v. id 131
WM. S. WEST, Proprietor of New
ton Fall's NURSERY, has lust returned from
the I'pper Lakes with a variety of Erersrreen Trees,
which ii. offers for site on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Evergreen Trees. Fruit Tree..
Orae Tines or Shrubbery, are respectfully requested
to call for them before the ground becomes frozen, or
early in the Spring, as he intends to visit the Upper
.sain as early as tne rctiifiie or April.
iewioa rails, nur.n, ino-tr.
A CARD. II. PECK of Warren and
L V A. 8. BrawKLi of Mercer Taw. havinr associated
themselves together under the name of Pe t and Bor
wkll, for the purpose of carry iug on the Mercantile
business. Respectfully announce to the people of War
ren and vincinity that they hare Imu-rht the entire
stock of Merchandise belonging to B. 11. PccK.of "War
ren Drygood Store," and will coutiuue the business on
the same as heretofore. We tsspectfuly solicit, as we
in tend to merit, a liberal share of poMic patronage.
Feus: BrawKXt.
TTavinff sold mv entire stock of Merchamlise in "The
Warren Drygood Store,'to 11. Fe: K ami A. S.BckwVell, 1
takepleaure iurecommensiingtliemtomyfrientlsand pat
roDSandwoold solicit furthrm the same liberal natronaee
that has been extended to myself. B. U. Peak.
lau. afcl.
WTOOLEN GOOiJd ARE DO.VN.
V The evidence can be had in the prices of Cloths.
Blicfc anil Fancy Cassimeres. Satinetts. Tweeds. Ke-1.
orange, nite and rrintcd flannels. A superior uual
ity or lOos. heavy twilled do. Blankets, and a variety
other Woolen goods, at the
jan 3 AKKKN DRY UOODS STORE.
rPHE SIATE OF OHIO. Trumbull
-a- County, s.s. In the Court of Common Pleas.
Emeline E. Burrows and Urbane, her husband :
Louisa Burrows and Lorenzo, her husband ; Hope R.
Hird and Thomas, ber husband ; Abby A tin Bruen and
Amzi, her husband,
v m
Cyrus Bnsworth, Charles Bosworth, Tloratio X. Ward,
aumiiiistrator or Jonah B.irber ; Abigail G. Russel,
Harriet E. Want and II. N. Waril. her hiiiband ; Josiah
Barber, Richard Barber. Eiap)irous Barber, Siphia
Barber and Jerusha U. Barber, heirs at taw, of Josiah
Barber, deceased.
Pttitin It ctlltrl mnd fjreeUtt lami cararra.
The aaid administrator and heirs of Josiah Biriier.
who are non-residents, and residences unknown, are
notified that the PUiutifTs have filed their petition in
said court, alledging, that by contract dated May 11,
lftu, made to Plaintide and Ann Lord, (now deceai'd.)
Josiah Barber aud Richard L ml. the Plaiutiit. m
the equitable owners of certain lauds, Und cootracu,
and the dests dne thrreon. ma le by Rojwell Stone, as
trustee of Samuel P. Lord, the ancester of sid lUrlier
Lt, to Cyrus Bosworth, for ail of lot Xo. 10, part
lots No. 9 and 11, in Lord-town, said county; tltat
said heirs and administrator of Barber have no interest
said land contracts or de'its ; that a deed was execu
ted by the heirs of said Birber, in whom the- title was
said Bosworth, and delivered to D. Tod as an ,irm.
hand to Bosworth, on payment of said contract, and
praying judgment against Cyrus Bosworth for $14U3.
93. the amount due on the contracts, or else a recision
the eonlrarts and possession and title to Plaintiffs,
the lands described in the contracts.
The non-resident Defendants, the administrator and
heirs of said Josiah B-irber, must appear and answer
said petition by the 17th day of February, A. D. ISSj,
judgment and decree against them will lie entered
default. HOFFMAN or KATLIFF,
Jan. 3d, lS55,-w All'ys for Plaintiffs.
SAL
By l
ALE ! SALE ! ! OF REAL ESTATE
Order of Court.
On Friday, the Mth day of Jannarr. A. D.JwlKiJ.
between the hours of 9 A. M., and 4 P. M. of said day,
will be sold on the premises, in Greene. Trumbull Co.,
Ohio, the following Real Estate, as the property of
John M. Jerauld, deceased, vis : Part of Lot No. o in
said Township, and is bounded. Itc-inning at a post in
south-west corner of said Lot; thence north on the
line 19 chains and links ; thence east on the north
line 3tf 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 sooth line of said Lot 38
chains a.d 83 links, to the place of beginning, and
contains seventy-four and seventy-four one hundreths
acres of land. Appraised at . Terms of sale
made known on dav of sale.
SAMUEL B. JERAULD, Administrator of
JOHN M. JERAULD, DeceaseJ.
By lun O. FoLLte. Att'y. d x7-tw
SHERIFF'S SALE.
The Statc or Ohio, Trumbull County, S3.
By rirtue of two Orders of Sale, to me directed and
delivered, one in favor of the Executor of Calrin G.
Sutliff, deceased, against Matthew Acheson and others;
the other in favor of Jacob Hake ts. Matthew Ach
eson and others, I ahall expose to PuMic bale, at the
door of the Court House, in Warren, in said County.
Saturday, tke daw af Janmarw, A. .. lttjo.
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and -4 o'clock,
P.M. of said day, the following de.crttei1 lands and
tenements, to wit: Situate in Weathers field, Trumbull
County, Ohio, Toanship No. 3, in the 3d lUnjre, in the
Connecticut nesteru Kcserve, an-l winch is known by
part of trtct or Lot No. 3 in said Weathersfield, and is
bounded as follows, vii : Beginning at a post stand
in); west 45 chains and 7 links from the north-east cor
ner of said Lot or tract ; thence west 43 chains and 4
links, to the north-west corner of said tract ; thence
south 57 chains and 80 links, to a post standing on the
north hank of the Mahoning River ; thence down the
River as it winds and turns, north 76 ' deg., east
cnains anu z- links, anil north iy dejr., east 11
chains and 6 links ; thence north 2 dejr. west, t the
place of beginninc;, containing two hundred and thirty
and eighty-four one-hundredth acres of land,
excepting therefrom, and not hereby to be sold. 0
acres of said tract, sold at Sheriff's Sale March 5th,
1H46, to Dean E. Mason. Appraised at $4,575 75.
11. R. HitRMoN, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office. Warren, Dec. 27, If 54-5 w
SALE! SALE!! OF REAL ESTATE
By Order of Court.
On Priilay, the SCth day of January, 1P35, will be
on the premises, in Weathersneld, TrumlHill 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 np said Rirer 2II chains
links, to an oak tree; thence south 4 4 dee:.,
chains and 11 links : theuce ou the hiirhwar
chains and 90 links, to place of beginning, and con
tains forty acres of land. Appraised at . Terms
sale made known on day of sale.
JOliN DRA A. Atninistrator of
JOHN Y0CNO, Deceased.
By Allex 0. FpLlXk, AU'y. Dec, -7
jOAGER & WARREN'S MARBLE
J WORKS on Libertr St.. a few rods south of the
The cit-iens of Warren and Ticinitr are re
quested to give us a call and examine our stock or Ital
iau and Vermont Marlile. as we hare one of the lareest
stocks in this country. All sorts of Marble Monuments.
Stones, Spires and everything in the Marble Line
be found at our shop. Shops in the country can
furnished with Italian Marble from 3 to X ii,rkM
at prices as low as they can get it East with trans
portation added. All persons wishing anything in the
line will do well to give us a call.
Si. B. A great variety of Fancy Jobs for children
on hand. L. . tiAllKR.
Jan. 3. 1o4 ly J.K.WARREN.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATED
WASH BALLS, Drown Windsor and Transnaren.
in cakes aud bars, and Colgate's Chemical Olire
for sale at
J 3'- PORTER Co.'i
HOUSE tfc LOT FOR SALE. W. N.
PORTER offers for sale on the most reasonable
his House and Lot situate on Market St- The
is seren rods front, and thirteen deep. Forty
choice fruit trees. The house is two stories hich, and
finishe I off wood-house and barn, cistern and
all in good repair, and newly painted. Posses
sion iriren on the lt of Aj.nl. For further particulars
enquire of D. B. G1LLMORK, Warren, or W. N. POR.
Baietta. jau3-6l
POR SALE. TbeT Dwelling House
and Lot, situated on south side of Hieh street.aud
side of the one now occupied by Dr. Wa. Pain..
For particlars apply to
Jn3 R- P. MICKSCn.
"V0TICE is hereby given that RALSA
CLARK was this dav ai.tointMl anrl nv,K-A
of the estate of Raise A. Clark, late of Ver
t Trumhull county, deceaseL
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TAIL U nole-nj UKffJ
Oil
and kvt
i wwiiu u:.n;i -
Piano fortes, Melodeons. (iuitnrs. Viulius. Accor-
leons, Sheet iu.c. Instruction Jt Hk fr dillerent
in-itruineuts. Kt;?hsh and Itilinn 4oiuvr and Violin
! r..r'"r1r " '"ptious of Musical Merchandise,
i ..wo-rones, Meiodeons and Accor -icous tuiieti ana
clodeons and
retired, at.d ail work warrant el. Sccnd-hanil Pianos
au l Mcloslom taken in cxrlsunse for iict ouea. All
In-tiniroeii't uli rtU be delivered frjc jf chore, kept
ii. order for or.e year, aud &rrai:ird for auv length
or time, t.ran.te hiock. Liberty SU, warren. Oaio.
March 16, ItM.
MELODE0XS. A new lot ju.t re
eenel ('chart's t.et all site. Four new
. Pianos iu reccirt. and as many more will be opened
in a f e v ixyg. I Lave now an elegant assortment ot
ii ft-u Fionas, Melodeons,Jtc. Ac.
hcat,f B. T. POMEROY'3.
CH
iV -A
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN
auaited for a
.11 Church or tha Parlor, is now for
sale at a very low price, at P0MER0YS
Sept. SO. .Music Store.
CANE
KK0N
SEAT PIANO AND MELO
ON STOOLS, just received at
Sept. SO.
POME ROY'S.
SEVERAL very superior new Pianos
just opened at POMEROY'S
Sept. SO.
Music Store.
A
FEW MEL0DE0NS TO RENT
now on hand, 8. T. P0MER0Y
Spt.Vu.
OIANO FORTES. The following
J- comprises in part the stock of Piano Fortes now
in my Ware-Room : Prices.
Three 6 s Oct. Rosewood, case plain tables, each SJ
3S)
3i5
335
Two
fancy
One
extra finish
plain S.V
6
7
round corner j
extra large scale "5
plain tables, round cor. 3.'0
Two
7
carveil Rose tables, each 4JJ
Nothing can surpass the richness of tone, beauty
and nnisn or the nrs last-name!.
One second-hand good tone. ..$150
" ,1U0
The above have all been receutly selected by myself
at the Manufactories, and are in every respect superior
Instruments.
A liberal discount will be made from these pricas for
(.'ass.
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. 82, 1(54. 8. T. POMER0Y.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
V PRESENTS. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real ssAslaariaf aud ratnaiile present
daring the coming Oift season, cannot fail to make a
nice and satisf-tctory selection for that purpose, u they
will take the trouble to call and examine my large
assortment of superior Pianos and Melotleous, aud
ascertain the low figures at which a really valuable and
nne toned instrument can be obtained.
Pianos from fltM to $jO0. Melodeons from $13 to
.-.110. 3. T. P0UUOY.
Warren, Nov. IS, test.
CINGING BOOKS.
KJ THE DULCIMER.
SACRED MEL0DEON,
SACKED HARMONIST.
ALPINE ULEE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOR,
COTTAGE GLEES, stc.
Just received at POMEItOY'S. Aug. 2.
GARH ART'S MEL0DE0N IN
8TKCCT0R a new supply at POMEROY'S.
Aug. a.
0
NE SECOND HAND 4 OC. MELO-
DE0N, very good tone, can ba bought for S at
Atlg.i. POM K ROY'S.
BASS VIOLS, Guit irs, CI iro ietts und
Violin- ft large supply just received by
August i.
P0MER0Y.
SOME more of ih se
Pianos, just received at
Se'-on I- Hand
POMEROY'S-
August x.
rpiIE GUITAR. We pabl-sh the f ,1-
L lowing from Wo. Hall & Suns advertisement in
the Mmsir.nl 9V arid and Times: With the great and
increased attention now given to the study of muiic.the
present demand for this beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few yars
ago it was quite a novelty to hear a Lady or Gentleman
piay the iuitar. nut the popularity of the instrument
has so greatly iu crease: 1, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at least one of its
mem'iers number among their accomplishments that ot
playiug the Guitar." William Hall at Sons are making
a very superior article in that line, and their instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate. We have
those of their make, snd also, the ilerman and Spanish
Guitar, from f 3 to $30 each. Also strincs of" the very
hct quality. S. T. FUME HO,.
Warren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARIIAlVr'S
MELODEON INSTRUCTOR! This is en invalu
able work to those learning to play the Metodeon. It is
large, neatly bound work, presenting a series of near
ly duu studies being a complete and progressire method
of instruction for the Melodcon or any reed instrument.
To this is added a very valuable asitortment of doncs.
Duetts and Trios. Waltzes, Marches, Quick Steps, Pol
ka, avc: among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Elfin Waltz, (est March. Gertrudes
Dream Walts, Gipsy Polka, Iron Boot Q'.ick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from William Tell, Thou ILtst Learned to Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Song and Quartette, Jamie's on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrie, family Binte, &c, all
choice Pieces.
There are nearly 100 good pieces of Music In the
Book. Price $1,00. It will lie sent by mail to any one
sending $1.00 and 4 postage stamps.
Warren, April 12. It&4. S. T. POME ROT.
METRONOMES, or tlm -keepers
with and without a bell, for marking off meat-
ure.-i.ror sale at rVJUEBOY S.
s,very Muiic Teaehrr
May 31.
should havo one.
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMKROY'S. The Hallelujah. Cythara. Chime,
Young Folks' Ulee Bolc; Uodwortb's Brass Band
School; Amatuer Organist; Johnson's System of Har
mony, ice, Ac. all vaiita de works.
warren, November 1, loos.
FOSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A large supply just received. This is just the
Book that little clubs of Violinists and Flutists want.
and we are happy to say they are beginning to find it
out in this section as they hare already done in the
Eastern States. We are prepared to furnish them as we
doevervthtugelse at the New kork retail price. 41.UU.
Onters by mail promptly filled. S. T. POMKiiOk .
Maj 3, H.
CARHART'S MELODEONS ar the
best Reed Instruments in the world. A fresh sup
ply just received at POMKKOY'g.
GUITARS. A vry respec able arti
cle can now be bought at POMKHOY'S for 3 -50.
aiay 31.
piAXO STOOLS Plinh and Htir
Cloth Stools, a fine assortment; also cheap Cans
Scat do., at may 311 FOHLKOY'tS.
PORTABLE Muiic S ands. nt
may 31 "POMEROY'S.
FiNB T0NKD 4 KEYED IV0RV
TIPPED FLCTE3, with a box, can be bought a
KiMEROV'd Music Store for tl 12 ethers in propor
tion. Jiu,e7.
rCNDEL'S MELODEOX INSTRUCTOR J
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
Burirmuller's ditto
Bertiut's Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
June i. "OMEROrS.
nllE "S'minry Clis-t Bfk ; a cap:ta
J- Singing Book for Schools and Prirate Classes.
June 7. S. T. POME ROY.
Cottage Glees, a new suppiv, at
jun7 POME ROT'S.
TOY DRUMS FiJdl s an! Tnim-
pets, at POMEROY'S.
Dodworth's Brass Band School ; a
splendid thing, for sale by POMER0Y.
a;
LOT of elegant Flutinas, from 8
SV.justrec'dat jun" POMEROY'S.
AAl"i MUSICAL TERMS, a
Com
plete Dict.onary. for sale by
June 7.
POME ROY.
rpUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
tlseon tuning and repairing Pianos and Melt leons.
Price JUcts., at PuMKROV'S.
May 3, '54.
MUSIC FOLIOS, at
Mar 3. '54.
May 3, '54.
POMEROY'S.
T3EST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3. '54.
POMEROY'S.
OLD Violin G String, at
May 3, 54. P0J
POMEROY'S.
rPHE STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull
JL County. Iu the Court of Common Pleas.
Ann Fentuo and Jesse Peuton,!
ner husband, in her right,
vs.
Georze R. Johnson, Cornelius
Johnson and Dwirht Johnson.
Petition
on
Note and .Uortgafe.
The Dfemlauta, Cornelius and Dwipht Johnson, who
reside out of Ohio, and somewhere In Oregon and Cali
fornia, are o on tied that the Plaintiffs have filed in said
court their petition, to subject the lands of l.aac John
sou, late of Newton, dee'd, to the payment of Note and
Mortiiatre, fur 8"4T,lw, given by tieorire K. Johnson, to
Plaintiff, on Sheriff's sale, under partition proceed
inns. The said Cornelius and Dwitrht each have
notes and mortgages (for their share under partition.)
said lands, a portion of which is now due from said
George R. Johnson. Said petition prays sale of said
lands to pay the Plain tills' niortaire delt. The Defen
dants. Cornelins aid Dwiffht. mort'azee, are untitled
apiear and answer said petition, by the 17th day of
reuruary, A. 1). l-io, or tvtiA petition, as to then;, will
taken as confessed, and julcment entered according.
110F1-MAN dc RAT L IKK.
Jan. 3d, 1853,-w Att'ys for Plaintiffs.
L
EGAL NOTICE.
pauy, of the Western Reserre Bank,
1 mtn Pleas of
TS.
P McCormick and W. V. Carey.
Trumbull Co.,
I Ohio. Civil
I Actino.
P. McCormie. a non resid.nt of the State of Ohio, is
hereby notified that on the SUth day of December leo4.
plaiutitls Sled their petition in said Court arainst
defendenta, on two bills of exchange drawn by said
McCormick on said W. F. Carey and accepted by
One dated July fth 1M4. payable four mouths
date, to the onier of John Lihinrr for tlie aula of
Slum, the other for I5U0, drawn by said P. McCormick
said Carey and accepted by him, dated Aug. 9th.
1H54, and payahle four months after dale, to th order
P. McCormick, at the American Exchange Bank. New
York, saij bills of Exchange were protested for noa
payment when dne and said bills of Exchange were n
dorced to the plaintiffs before due.
A writ of Attachment has been issued in said cause
against the goods and effects of said P. McCormick.
The plaintiffs will take judgment seainst said P. Mc
Cormick by default for aaid sum of $13U and Interest
SlOtJU, from Not. 5, Wit, and interest on 9 ',
Dec. 9th. iey,uuless he answer hr March 3d lji.
HlTCHINtt A CL'RTli'S.
Jan. Id 14U.-.W Any, for Pins.
-
0.
Co
of
at
JL
a
any
the
tney
and
J.
will
Ohio.
I
Roail
there
for
suing
Store
f
VJ
TJREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
X SOl'TIl Of TUB CA.fAL. The
subscriber hs now on hand, and will at
RlA.ifcs.m iWlS..? aud WA.KI.NS ou hand, of
r erery
description, style anil grade of prices.
I -lie experience in I utne.and the estent of his shop
enables him to furni-h any description of work in
i ,.M ra....i;.i notice. wnctnr it ie the
pnttinrupof a S'-lendtf HAROt'CHK, or the cpmuon
tti-:..v .1.- n.t..rif.u f..p vhich are st all Umrs knt
I hand.
i Ui WORKMKN are unsurpassed by any In the coun
,M . . . rir if no. min anv tsa-u-n.
unufar Mirer.
Butnries and Carriaees ready for use, will be et
changed for Lnmber.Country r"rofluee,oryiin Horses.
i-b.,1,.1 Uti.ies takpn tn exchaure fr new ones.
CARRIAtSB I'KJMHINUS aiwa on hand, and for
ss?e at the lowest price. '
Those wishing auy worn In my line of business, are
invited to call at my sli and examine my work and
prices, and they cxrti.ot aa to n. pieawu m reg.tra
both. My shop hariuit occome a permanent one. I am
determined to supply and suit all wno like rid ins in
elerant and easy Carriage, or the fanner who desires
substantial farm or road wacon or cart.
I'aintine and Trimming dune on short notice.
TTT'All work manufactured at my ahop Is warranted.
Warren, March -J, ltfS3 y H. C. BELDEN.
T? K. WISELL Manufactn-TCT- jr
lj rer of Carriaees, Buffeies and .'
n arns, nest side of the atabonine nv
er. Warren, Ohio, keefis on hand a lartre assortment
his line, of the latest and most Improved eastern styles,
amonr which may he found a larrelot of splendid Rock
aways. of varions patterns, with one, two or three seats:
a rood supply of sliding-seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, harinr extension tops,
bein different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a rood assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Buries, and two-horse
Waeons, all of which will be sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Ressrve. By keepinr. none bnl
the best of workmen, and professing to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and workinr none but the
best material that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as retrarils style,
quality or prce, to every person who may favor hia
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, food Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
work.
N. B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done In food
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be riven to all responsible per
sons who may desire it. All work done at his manufac
tory is warranted.
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April S-J. lr'oX ELI K. WISELL.
T
IIE EMPIRE STORE ! ladings &
Morgan are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy lry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
asols, Carieting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, ate, A.c.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
sire variety of Ladies' Dr -ss Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries, aliawls, Mantillas, ate, in ail
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
im. Pillow Case Linens. Shirting Linens, Ac.
They intend to keep th -ir stock full at all times, of
the best makes and most fashionable styles, ami to sell
their Goods re-uiarly. at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be aadsrssM as long as
they remain in the trade.
H arren, April 11.
w
7 ARREN AND B HACEVILLE
PLANK ROAD CO. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLD
ERS. The subscribers to U s Capital Stock of said
Company, are hereby notified that the following assess
ment have leen male upon the amount of stock by
them subscribed, to wit :
10 per cent, to become due May loth, 18S4.
10 per cent, to become due July 15th, do
10 per cent, to become due Sept. 15th, do
10 per cent, to become due Not. 14th, do
10 per cent, to become due Jan. 14th. leSS.
Said stockholders are hereby notified to nay said ser
eral instalments, as they severally become due, to Sam
uel Quinhy, j., TreasvuMr of said Company, at his
office in Warren.
By order of the Directors. T. E. WEBB,
Warren, March 13. lC54-10m Secretary.
TARREN SASH, Blind and Door
T T Factory. Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren. 0. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SAall, BLENDS and
DtJOKS, will hereafter keep a large stock of sash, both
Tine and Poplar, of all sixes in use, and of the best
quality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
He will continue the manufacture of .CITIA
BLINDS, la all its branches, which we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore ottered to the public.
we will also continue the manufacture or i'aCL
DOOKS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment will be warranted.
as we use nothing but 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
all improvements in our business, and eonversaut with
all rite styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would invite all wishing to purchase the above ar
ticles, to call at our office, where we will be found at all
boors of the day, for we shall give our constant per
sonal superintendance to the details of our business.
E. SPEAR at SON,
Jan 19, 1P53. Successors to Edward Spear.
0
NCE MORE IN THE FIELD. Tiie
sulKrilers having been driven
ft?
from their old quarters on Market
St., by the recent tire, would Inform
the public that they are to be fcund
on Main St., in the room formerly
occupied by Mr- MUliken, two doors
from Smiths fc McComfts, whet e they are just receiving
large and complete stock of NW CADS in their
line.
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOT S AND SHOES,
which they can recommend to customers as both good
and cheap.
Our lar-re stock of New Goods of Gents' Fine French
Calf and Morocco Boots; Fine Congress and other style
of aiurs; 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
anl Shoes, Buskins, and in short, every variety of this
kind of goo-ls which could be ilesired. Also a complete
stock of Misses trailers, Bootes, Buskins and Slippers
of rar ions style and colors, together with a full assort
ment of Boys' and Youths' Shoes, both hue and coarse,
and all kin-i of fhinipen Shoes.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND 0JIIER3!
Particular attention is called to the fact that our stock
of Leather, Fin-lings and Shoemakers Tools, has been
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf, American ditto. Enameled Leather, Kin,
Moroccos, Kids, Rubber Cloths. Linings, Bindings aud
Findings generally, including Hammers, Pinchers, Shoe
Kuives, Wheels, Irons, Peg., Shoe-Nails, Zinc Nails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and 1 Saddlers Thread, Bristles,
Lasts a lar-e lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
of all things pertaining to the trade.
Kemembei the place, No.6,Lun St.. and you will not
renrret givin; us a call. W.4 3. CRANAGE.
Warren. May 17 5I.
I3L0WS, PLOWS. We are now ma-
JL king and keep constantly oa hand the following
popular Plows :
Long's Xo. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckere, do do
Michigan Doable, do
it-oaa. do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
repaired on short notice.
Jan. 19. T.D. M0RLKT 4 Co.
E.
A. SMITH fe CO.. (Late HoYt,
Bro. at Co., NO. 5, MAIN STREKT. WAKRKN.
Dealers in Drues, Medicines and Chemicals, ihar-
maeeutical preparations. Perfumery, etc. Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils. Window Glass, Varnishes,
Brashes, eke. Sole atrents in the place for the sale of
Jarne's ftarailjr Jlcmcines, Ajer s Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family iieilicines and Physician ' prescriptions ac
curately and promptly pot up.
STOVES, TIN WARE, kc. THE
KIXO OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson
with a new and elevated oren the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Valley, elevated oven. Clinton, ele. ited
oren. Premium, elevated oren, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Kights Stove.
BP. JAMESON k CO., continue to
manufacture Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
Kuve-troughs nut up on short notice, and warranted
pood material; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
good style.
arren. March 89. 154.
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it surpasses any other kind of
plow in use. Several premiums have been awarded it
State and County Fairs. T. 11. MOliLKY as. Co.
Jan. W, lo-i.
TARMERS ! WHEAT is worth One
Dollar add Fifty Cents per bushel. Will you use
poor Plow, when at Morley'a Foundry they keep a
good article, and warrant them.
March 4, l&M.
rpiIE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
X T. II. MORLET Co., will do better work than
other Plow in the State of Ohio, except theMichiran
tMuuie flow. mar. a, os
STOVES. TINWARE, fec, New-A
Shop on Market Street. Those who wish toV
purchase thiugs in his line are invited to call at r
shop of E. O IIOLLINGSWORTU. at Cranaze's old
stand, 3 doors below Kmpire Hall, Market St., where
win nnl a large assortment or Moves, Tinware,
Japanned -ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kinds, Cnxar and Good.
Call at llollingsworth's before you buy. Job-work
repairing done on rfasonaMe frms and with de
spatch. HOIaLlNtiSWORTU . FITCH.
Warren. October IX 'S3.
rriIE GREATEST Side Splitter of the
Age The Chronicle of PineriUe This Book em
braces sketches of amusing scenes, incidents, and
characters of Georgia and Alabama, by the author ol
Mazor Jones' Courtship, at
dccO) BALDWIN'S.
T PAINE, M. D Has returned
. from his risit to the Eastern Hospitals, and
resume his practice as Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice and residence as form rly, on High Street, Warren,
- r-'
3LANK K0AD NOilCK ine
m Turnpike Commny, are hereby notified ttut
will le an election held at the Store of II. II.
Mason, in Niles.on Wednesday, S!hh day January, lfo.l
the purjiose of electing Seren Directors for the en
year. JACOB ROUSON, Pre.idenu
II. II. Masoe. Serrrt-uy.
Nile,, Dec. ST, lr4-t
PACKARD &. BARNUM have on
hand
in Tons good Pittsburgh Horse Shoe Bar.
2 Norwegian Nail Rod.
TO Bar SxX Sweede Iron.
Sii Juniatta Hammered d.
SU Sleigh Shoes Steel.
1UU Setts ttu jr Spnn gs. assorted.
HI Common and Patent Axles.
Call as "u al, at the lar-r,t and oldest n trdwart
in the Writ, d 7 PACKARD A HRT.
00D ALL WOOL DELAINES
Now selling for 3a cents per yard, at the
jan 3
WARREN DRY GOODS ST0RR.
FRANCONIA STORIES, BY JAB0B
ABBOTT, at the
pan 3
NEW YORK Book Store
FANNY FEREX'S new work is selling
rapidly eta and got one ADAM.
-nl
st
his
on
!
J
to
an
a
in
K
HIIE PREMIUM at the Ute Fair for
a. tuo larzesc cneapei anu rteM selected tock or
)KH LK1KS AND YANslER ?(OTlON4
in the County, was awarded to 1m Lar 6x ottart, who
tiara just recti red th most complete assortment ever
ottered to the people of Old Trumbull. Purchased since
1 the great decline in prices, which enables them to oner
I the following prorramme of Batah.es, DriakaMea. W'oar
nmesand tancvnies. at rates wmcn win uwuisd pon
ticians. Know Nothings, dec., all of whom with the real
I of "i.umiu er.tt-r. are invited to attend tne snow
' rrr sfratts fr iiuiii.s. cuitaren na.r price, ai:u tuspeci
the :. at, o't-t tig in i-ri off
M1 Unxs IUi-.ii'-- 50 Bag. Rio C?ree.
M " Kottu h.u;-. to l erts nv, u..
50 assorted a i :mis. . file: i'.. all price
2 d,is. yv!i' h-uhan-ui. 5t bt:s P.;.prr.
u Bis Lii-t Nus. f iea. K- iata Cs.t.
SU Bas A.spi-:s. d"- e"tch A'e.
HI d". Jitrs pjcsle. " L.-udn Prt-r.
50 ttss So U B.MJit. J M Cigars, all grade.
5U bi ts. Butter Crackers. t I'Us. t" eui.r.
Iwss.tu S.;-s.
1(1 ;ltr no. '-0 Powdered do.
10 - Sugar dt. I' " .'rnsuwl do.
It) hf.Hs. S. l. 8agir. 5"0 gro. J.alcu.-s.
SO boil. M ilasses. io shtts Ss oi s ToSaeco.
10 8 U Syrup. SO Fancy Brauds. do
SO dos. German Meerschaums. Chocolate : lotua
Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
Fountain Starch, the nicest thing oat ; Corn Starch,
Tai'iorca. Farina, fcc, for Puddings : 50 Boxes Stearin
Candles ; SO Boxes Tallow Candles : 0 gross Pint and
S P.nt F laaks ; 3 gross Wicker Flasks: Almonds
Brasil Nau. Fit'rts : Peecaaa ; English Walnuts
Pea Nuts : Citron : Xanto Currants : Prunes , Seedless
Raisins: Cat sn.t Drr Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Brandies ; Wines ; Rnm ; Gin and Whisky, by toe bar
rel. A eomnlete assortment of Yankee .Notions. Sta
lionery. Blank Books, Memorandums. Ac, all of which
is orfered to the Jobbing Trade at a small advance from
New York prices. We have not the time or space to
enumerate our stock in full, but test our plea on the
hope that "YOU" will calx, sag. si t. and analiy. In
the second place, aeventeentbly. we beg leave to sub
scribe ourselves "Truly Yourn,M
DLNLAP cTEs 1KT,
4 4 5 Mirkt Strttt.
Warren, Not. I. 1?S4.
BOUNTY LANDS. Bj a recent
law. widows of soldiers of the War of and
Indian wars since 1.90. are entiiled to the Land
Hounty although married a second time if widows hen
they matte application. There are hundreds nw enti
tled to the Laud Bounty who hart been heretofore cut
off. If such persons will apply to me I caa get them
uanus.
Land Warrants bought and soM. Apply to
J. F. ASfEBL, Att at Lav.
Warren, Xoremher 22, le -.
f?AIR ! FAIR ! ! HIIEAP NOVELS
L BY THR C0KD.
Spanish Musketeer ; by Lieut. Murray.
The Naval Uihcer ;
Ked Revenger, Pirate King of th Florida.
Black Avenger of the Spanish Main.
White Rover, or the Lovely Maid of Loula'.xsa-
Ocean Martyr, or Hunter Spy.
Ivan the Serf Tale of Russia.
Rosalette. flower tiirl of Paris.
Angelo, or the Convent of Santa Clan.
llildebrand. the Buccaneer Cardinal.
The Rival Brothers ; by H. V. Cheever.
Russian Guardsman ; by Ben Periy Poora.
ranuy Campbell, the Female Pirate.
At the NEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
A'e. 23, .tfata Street, a-w inn Seat ta -
Ojics, r srrra. cMie.
Oct- 18, 1SS4. .
n 'SOLUTION. The partnershii
1 heretofore existing between, the subscribers uu
der the name and style of S. fc C. Moser is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accouuts of
the late firm, are in the bands of Samuel Moser foi
settlement. BA.ULtL .HUbK,
Warren, July 24, 1854. COltNELIL'd JaOSER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned, of the late
firm of S at C MOSE K, has this day associated with him
Michikel Moser, for the iiurpose of continuing the Mer
cantile business at the old stand, under the name and
style of C. sc Al. Moser. They respectfully invite a
continuance of the patronage so liberally extended ta
tne late nrm. uubvaci.il 9 JSUSisJU
Warren. July 56.
THE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
JL E. IIOYT at Co, No. 1. Main street, oners great
bargains iu Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the ftraaius !,) Sheetings,
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Musi in Collars. apr 2
rpOUXD A POCKET-BOOK contain-
n ing quite a sum . money and papers, which the
owner ean have by cal.irxat the New York Book Store,
proving property aud paying for this advertisement.
Warren, Nov. 2, lcL &. A. A. BALDWIN.
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Brus
sels. Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
Venetian, at the
apr-Jo 5EW-T0RK STORB.
FRENCH MERIN0ES, the large
and moat complete of colors in town. Also Co
horts, all wool Oala flaids and DcLains, Muslin de
Berges and other Dress (roods ny the piece or rard. a
the SHYf YURK 3T0KX.
Oct. 4.
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
the time.) PACKARD k B.VJLSCJI.
Oct- m. lrii.
TDDINGS tSc MORGAN are now re-
L eeivine their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, emhracinr.
a very large assortment in all the departments of their
trade. The ranil hare been bought at th, lowest
prices of the depressed market wih the special refer
ence to the stuixokkct of times, and will be sold ac
cordingly. For tiootis at low prices inonireat the
oct ii EMI-IRK STORK.
p
USE SASII.
500 Light x 9 Extra Quality, at - - - 3 e
5"0U HxlO - - - . . . 3Jc
lis Mi 9xli " . - - 4c
IUU0 WiU " - . . 5tf
Other sizes lu proportion. Orders for Blinds and
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
equal to the best. PACKARD It BARS CM, Ag'ta.
Warren, Ohio, Dec. 87.
i CHOICE SELECTION of long
a. V. and suture Brocha and Bay State Shawls, avid
cheap, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORK.
"H
ELP CASH-US ! !'
Slow customers, and all others owing ua
money past due, are respectfully informed that they
most pay us. We sell our goods at c-ash prices, and
expect cash for Oem sometime. A word to the wise
ia sufficient. oct Id PACKARD BARNUM.
VTEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
The suscrier are now reeeiring a larjre and
desirable Stock of PALL AND WIN it K. GtHJUi, to
which they invite the attention of the public ge jeraily.
Their Ovods will be ouered at prices that will defy ail
competition for read'-pam, or in exchanife for Produce.
Approved credit on short time will be ffiren.
Warren, Oct. Id, levi. C. oc M M0SFR.
SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
X . 1st fersier. Neighbor, what Plow do yon use 7
Sad raw. Well, I bars J. Long's Xo. 4. and
several other kinds, but Moriey'a Star Plow beau them
all.
Uc Former. I most go to Warren and get a Star
Plow, (lioes to Warren and returns in course f the
day.)
2aW Farmer. Hallo, Neighbor, what hare you got
there T
1st Fnr. One of Morley s DouMe Plow. II says
tt heats the star now, and no mistake.
Sad Farmer. Can't be possible ! but f it does.
will bor one. (Eiti sot Former., and try lis Plmw:
The iMuble Plow pro res to be th. beat ; in fact It does
better work than any tinjle Plow can do. This we guar-
tee, or no sale. 1. 11. JlUKt.it a; to.
April S, 13c4V
T7ARMERS ATTENTION .Those o(
- you who wish to sow any Spelter Whe it, can ba
supplied with this raiuahtc and new species or grain
by calling aoon at th Monro, House. Winter Barley
lor seed ouly, can also be had.
Warren, Sept rti. lc&4. ACGL'STCS 0RACTER.
T ACES and Embroideries, Honiton
JLJ Collars, etc., to which th attention of the Ladlct
is inrited, at th (apr zS) Mi W-V0RK STORE.
(A PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
sale cheaper than th cheapest, at th
NaW-VOKK 6T0R.
N
JEW YORK STORE.
PARKS A WKNTZ, are now reeelvinr their
ujuai inn stocK or fall ana n i-rrse. uoooe, nougnt
since the lata DKCLINK IX PRICKS, to which they
Invite the attention of their friends, former patrons
and tte puMic, simply remark tag that they are ritu
role csdiiouo. sep. Ss.j
Q ILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bon-
KJ nets, which are worthy the attention of the ladies.
Oct. 4. tW YUKH bXUhVE.
B
EST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
That bist lot "
I this dar arrired.
PACKARD dt BARNUR.
Oct. 4.
BOOTS SHOES, and Leather at the
Oct. NEW YORK ST0ICC.
CARD. We do not mean to offend
J- - any body, but we must hare our Notes and Ac
counts settled, or we will be obliged to leare them at
tne stntrea utnee tur collection.
Warreu,NoT. 1, rii. JAS. McCOXNELL.
QHAfl FEET CLEAR, DRY. PINE
UIJ VLUMBER, 1. IX. l?i and inches thick,
suitable for Sash, Blinds and Doors, for sale by
Oct SS, lfS4. PACKARD RtRVj-TS.
FRENCH MERIN0ES, PAKAMAX
TAS. Cohnnrs, Mohair. Lustres. Alnaccaa and
lasnmeres, seiltugat rrlu.ed prices, tt the
jan 3 WaKKKN DRY COODd STORK.
OILKS! SIUvS ! A lar.e. quantity
k3and rariety. comprising high Lustred Black. Plaid,
Stripes afid Cnaageale. Also, a variety of Bonnet
Silks aud Satins, cheaper than erer. at the
jan 3 WARKKN DRY GOODS STORE
OLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wide Black Silk Velre!
Tor Cloaks, Mantillas, me., at the
jan 3 WAKRKN DRY GOODS STORE.
CPANISH MOSS by the bal - or lb.
O Alcore Rugs,SilTer Terretts. Full Plate Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best quality Spurs, and Seaming
Cords at
june PATCH . ALLISON'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes.
Los; and Trace Chains. Breed-ins; Loops. Bras,
Silver ar Keins and Chaiua, Carriage Knobs
Japanned, Si 1 ver Brass and patent, at ,
innet PATCH -t A' 'SON 3.
NOW-NOTHING PAPERS.
Flae of our Cuion.
Th American Crusader.
Oolden Boll.
Waeerly Magazine.
BALDWIN'S Beokstor
O lesson's Pictorial.
Scientific American.
To be had at
Ort W. i-sa-s.
PORTER & Co,'t NEW DRUG
9TORK. The proprietors of this establishment
take pleasure in announcinc to the pwhl.c.that notwuh
u. iinir the late fire which destroyed a larre portion o
our Goods, w are strain open and in full operation, a
Xo. 3, Market St., W arren, 0., where we are daily re
eeivlnj Fresh Drus direct from New York and Phila
delphia. which we are offering for Cash at prices that
cannot Nil (ivinj satisfaction,
Mty 24, 1.
IN DOOIiS AND OUT. Or View
1 from the Chimney Corner, elegantly illustrate!
complete in 1 roL KM. pr.es $ UK). A few copies jnst
sit. at ADAMS.
X
of
RATIONAL HOTEL.
A. ChapmitiL,
rr. Warren, 0
Proprietor, east side Pn' I s
TAGLE HOUSE, by T. Hull.
a -J Market street. Warren, O. uvr ras f th.
Bank. mar
rPREM0NT HOUSE. Bv J. W. LES-
-i LIE. Nile. Trumbull Co Mr. Leall aariag ta
ken charge of this Hotel, respectfully sohc.te the pssv
i.ae ofthe pu l:e. JaneHI. SVt Om
G
ASk'II I HniTT? Pnrn.. M.i.. .nrl
I- wsj Km V J I fvt u V 1 mam ..asm ama-amm.
South Streets. Warren. O Tha Pronrietor taks
paj.ire in announcing to the public that this new aa4
clcuit Hotel has been opened as a hous of sntrrtaia
mei't. Being commodious and roomy, and adjolniaw
U.e u.'ee of the Ohio Stage Company, it offer indns
meets unsurpassed la Warren fur th arr-snm-jlatlT, as
ILe irarctiug room. unity.
A sli-ire of p.'. lie patronag la respecrMly ol!e!ti.
decen.T M.tMSKtLL.
D0CT. J. DAVIS, Eclectic Phtb
icna a Sraotos Office la Ntchola' Bat Slew.
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians will 'nd full stock of Kelsetl
Medicines for sal by Does. Dans at th abr pise..
oot ii-y
M. EAMES, M. D., Physicin.
r s Sureeon and Dentist, Windham. Portage Co., 0.
oct 2i-r- UU
AMES JACKSON, Physician nd
Surjeon, office on Sooth tide of Market straw, (op
stairs, four doors East of the Bank, Warren, 0. apr i
S. LESLIE, Eclectic Pbysici-a
and Surgeon, Bloomfield, Trumbull Co., 0.
Lf W. XUWASJKMJ, M. U., Homeo-
J2j pathic Physician, Ome la SutUS Brick Block.
Bear th American Hotel. Warren, O. apr ly
T0HN B. & jILtLIAN HARMON.
Physicians and Surgeons, offic Rortta aid. of th
Public Square, Warren, O. xttOf
1. rakKtLi. a. a. T. sr. raatcu, a. m.
T & T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and
t J Surgeons. Office and residence on Liberty 8t
south of the Episcopal Church, Warren. 0. soar lOy
TVT PAINE, M. D., Physician and
V . Surgeon. Particular attentioa glvea te tbm
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Lung. Diseases. 0
Be and residence oa High street. mar t
PHIL0 E. REED. Attorney at Lair.
Warren, Ohio. Offic orer Sew York Store.
may lO.'Sf-tf
A LLEN 0. FULLER, Attorney at Law
V Offic orer Smith, efc McComba Stew. Cormar
BJoek, Warren. 0; Jan. 1st 1SS4. ly
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor la Chancery, Warren, Trnwib.ll C 0.
DD. B ELD EN, Attorney and Conn-
sellor at Law, orer Smith m If cCeatbt Store,
corner Uaia and Market Streets, Warren, 0. nor lOy
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law.
I and General Collector ot nome and Forelga Cmbm.
Offic orer Smitha ilcC'ombs' Store, Warren, 0. amrS
a. r. aorra . a. w. aaTUTP.
HUFFMAN tfc RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Offic. oa Lioeny au. Warren. 0-, V9
sit th Court House. ctaTcI
x. a. t-csorrr. j. aouoa cog.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorney! and
Counsellors at Law. Offic orer Honr'i Stan,
Market street. Warren. O. t. MV4
jolts ac-yrwn. a. r. tuatiasv
HUTCHINS fc CURTISS, Attorney,
at Law. Odtce oa Korta Mala stt.st. Bear th
of John Hutchins, Warren, 0. aag 1 tf
Il.T0!TTt.IT. .IO.B. TCTTLa.
OUTL1FF tfc TUTTLE, Attorneys at
U Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trmm
bnll county, 0., still continue their business at their ,M
ofhee, on High street, two doors west af th Ammricaa
House. mar 4 y
JAMESON fe Co.. Dealers ia
JL. stt
Stores, Copper and Sheet Iron Warm. TIa.
CheeseYata, me.. Xo. 10 MainSt Warren, 0. mar a.
E SPEAR St SON. ManufacrnrersTf
. Sash. Door and Window Blind. Factory
Karket Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan S6y
TELLOWS & MORLEY, Manufactu-
rer. oi riows, t.uiitrators, stc. onop cat or xay
ler's Warehouse, on th Canal, Warren, 0. Sep 3Utf
7 0HN J. GUNNING. Carriage and
93 Wagon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market sts.. Warren, O. - mar 3
A L. MORLEY. (successor of J. G.
XV. Boks.) Whst-ul an 1 Retail Dealer la Hard
ware, Cutlery. fcc. Warren, Ohio. nor 88
GEO tTtOWNSEND, Cabinet and
Chair Maker, Girard. Tramhnll, Co., 0. Comal
male and delWered oa th shortest aotice. Funarala
itanded without extra charge for Heart. aug 6y
T H-
MORLEY fe Co., Manufactu.
-L rers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Casticrs rene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east ol Tayier's Ware
house. Tin Shop four doors west of the Be-uk, Warren,
Ohio. sep tf
H
0LLINGS WORTH fc FITCH.
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettle, Brass Keltic, and Hol
low Wares of all kinda, at Cranage's old stand, 3 door,
below Empire Itall. M.uket street. Warren. O. mar t
S
3HtS.
A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesala
and Retail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a f
aoort south of th Post OJic, Warren. O. no I J
JULIUSVAUTR0T, Manufacturer
and Dealer In Clocks, Watches. Jewelry, Su
rer Ware, and Fancy Uoods, market street, Empira
Block, Warren. 0. Watches carefully repaired and.
warranted. . Job 7
PATCH fe ALLISON. Dealers in Sad",
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimming, and Manu
facturers of Saddles, Bridle. Harness, Trunks, Valusj.
mc, Main street. Warren, O.
TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers ia
X Stapl and Fancy Dry Good. Groeerlea, Crockery,
Ilardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, fee, at th Sign af
th Emptri oters, Warren, 0.
WARREN STEAM OIL MILL.
I I G. O. GRISW0LD, Manufacturer of LiasMd Oil.
Warren, Trumbull county, 0. The highest market pri.
paid ia CASH fur Flaxseed at all time. mar IS 1km
fe M. MOSER, Dr-i.lers in Foreign,
. and Domestic Dry Goods. Hardware, Grocerita,
Qeenswar. Boots, Shoe. Uata, Caps, JUsxly Mad.
C lotoing, ts-c. Market Street, Warren, 0. aug
PTRKS fc WENTZ, Dealers in For
eiga and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoe and Leather, Carpeting, paper Hanging, Win
dow Shades, Beady Mad Clothing, me., always rhssa
tor ready pay at the Jisw-Y ark Star.
WALTER KING tfc SON, Dealers ia
I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Si leer Plated and
Brittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, me. h' o. t. Mala
street. Warren. O. All kinda of Clock and Watch
carefully repaired and warranted. max t
PACKARD-4" BARNUM, (Sucees
or to Warren Packard,) Wholesale anil Retail
Dealer ia Foreign and American Hani ware. Iron,
Patau, and Carriaa Trimmings, at tha " Tail Brick.
Warren, 0.
Cflmkissiaii gltrranls.
J" B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
IjJL . Commission Merchant, and dealer ia Flow,
Bait, Fish, Plaster, mc. Warren, Ohio.
CE. LEFFINGWELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer ia Flour,
S-ut, Fish, Plaster, ate, c, W arren, 0.
r Jltf
taTEVENS tfc Co.. Commission Mer-
tO chants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratua, Pisa,
Fruit, and Produce generally. No. 14 and 16 Seeon4
Street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati. O.
sUfkiini as: Dickson, Biggs at Co.; Wilshire, Brit
tol, ate.; John Swasey St Co.; Swasey at Wise ; Harri
son at iiooper ; Kennet St Dudley, and Merchants fen
eraily. apt 21 y
MAIX, BAMBER & Co., Commisiori
Merchants, led Washington Street, New York.
Particular attention paid to coosinments of Butter.
Cheese, Jis, Lard, Pork, and all kinds of .Country
Produce. Liberal advances auuie on consigniuenCsu--
Consigners advised weekly of the Markets.
HcrKRKtrKs. Haw ley dc Smith, Jewell, HarrLson A
Co., and T. B. White, New York.
W. W". Wright dt Co., Bankers, 'Clereland, Ohio.
Geo. S. Wright At Cuw Bankers, Cincinnati, Obi.
O. W. Burbaiik. Esi., Rochester. jun 14-3
SlisrrllMCmS.'S
7 0SEPII HAZELDINE, Dealer ia
f) Bishop Sc. Child's Melodeons. Mr. Haxeldin
ketp contanrly on hand the esi Melodeeirs, which bo
will furnish at aunufactnrer's prices, at Farafngton.
Trumbull county, O. Instructions giren gratis to pur
chasers. Repairing and tuning done with neatness an4
dUpatch. aaavfj
T AWS, RHODES Si BARR. General
1 J Prcluce Commissioa Merchants, No. 25 West Co
lomhns St., Cincinnati. O. (Cnstomrs on the sessra
are referred ta J. M. Brown. North Bloomfleid.) aprt
j. w. saooKs. arrrsTWOMAa.
BROOKS THOMAS, FashionabU
Tailors, rooms jver Xichols' Hat Store, Main Su, .
Warren, Ohio. Particular aitention paid W entfting.
and warranted to nt if properly Biade up. feb f
VEW STAGE LINE Te subseri-
1 hers hare cotnmaucedrjnriara two-hor. Cem
from Painesrilleto Blooinnelo, for the accommodMiam
ofthetrarelingpahlic. The Coach will 1 ears the inter
Iran llonse, at Pain. rills. Mondays, Wednesday a, an4
Fridays, and returning, wi 11 learebloomaald.Taaaoar a,
Thursdays and S,ituruar. 1h Coach will get int.
Painesrill in tim t. meet th. Kxpres Trains rot
Cleveland aad Budin;and returning, will n ae'i Bloosa
Beid in season to meet tr n. r.-enaLd Asntai.-nla llacm. .
lad also th Hack from Kinsman to Chagrin Fall,
J 1?, X tR.irl
BlonmfleM. Jnee ". VM-tf W. r.V.t 1 K B swwsj.
N
'IMIE CLINTON LIN? RAIL ROAD
L C0MPA.VT NOTICE TO STOCKUOLD1A
Th. Annnal Meeting of Mockhollr of th Clintott
Line Kail Rol l, will be held R W InexUy, th (4th
January seat, at the mc of tn Company, ta Hal
eon. J. V. COS. Sevrwiaiy.
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