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notice. We keep constantly on hand a carefully seler
ted assortment of Car.ls and fine r-talionery, from h:ch
hose in want of Prinuns; can (elect.
J notices'' and Coustabit' Ulanks
WAURANTEE, MORWAGE riT-CLAIM IKEDS.
Comtantty on bail. nd for tale.
TEACHERS.
There will lie an exwnineatina of Teachers, at the
Oftice of Lcprett & Cox, on S itnrtlay Jan.:!. com
mencing ai 10 o'clock A. M. Alt who wish to oe exam
imed Uefore !prinj. most e present at that time.
Bv order of the Board, II. C. KAKN'KY, Sec r.
jan -4 55.
T EGAL NOTICE.
Ji Ephraim Thomas Aim V
f
of Miry Anderson aec a
Pronate Coart,
James B. Anderson.
Petition to sell land.
Fiulcy S. Anderson I
and others. J
The said James B. Anderson and Finley S. Anderson
heirs of the said Mary Anderson, are herehy informed
that on the 16th, day of January 155, said administra
tor filed his petition in the Prohate Court of Trnmi.ull
County Ohio, the ohject and prayer of which petition
is to obtain an order on the twenty-fourth day of Feb
ruary A. D. ltSij, for the sale of the followins real Es
tate, to wit: situated in Lilierty township No. 3 second
range of Townships, in the Connecticut M est em Re
serve in the State of Ohio,"in the County of Trnmhull,
known by being part of lot So SO, in said township of
Liberty and boaniel as follows: Beiinning at the
south-east corner of said section N'o. SO, theuce north
S Dep. west on the east line of said section to the south
line of John Loy's land thence westerly on said Loy's
line, so farthat a line drawn parllel with the first men
tioned line running to the South line of said section.
No. Ht, will contain twenty acres of land. Also, anoth
er lot of land situated in said township of Lii-erty,
aforesaid known by part of lot No. 19, in said township
and bounded as follow, : ......
Beginning at a point in the west line of said lot, at
. . , i - i I nvnMi hv I . i -n- Waires
which is twenty chains and forty links norm trom me
e i . I ;.l !,. V.. 1 U thence east aloilff '
the South line of said Wages land thirty-four chains
and forty -seven links, thence south so far that a line
drawn parallel with the list mentioned line, or South
line of said Wages' land to the west line of said lot,
hall contain sven acres of bind.
liPUKAlM THOMAS. A lm'r of Mary Anderson, dec.
By I'hilo . Heeo, his Atty.
Jan 34 '55, 4w.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
The State of Ohio i In Petition for Partition
Trumbull County 3. S. in the Court of Common
Pleas of Trumbull Co., O.
Bv virtue of an order of aale to me directed and de
livered, wherein. Stephen Pruden, and Phena Pm ien
mn Plaintiffs, ana Lyman Thompson. Jonathan Thomp-
on, Silas Thompson. 11 1 ram T. Thompson, James
Thomrnon, Seth Taompson, Catherine Thompson, Alvi- :
ra tt'illiams. John McClure, Lncy McClure, John I
Law, Sally Law, Strmel Oocd and Manila Dond. are f
defendants, I shall exMse w public sale at the door of
the Court House, in Warren, in said county, on Satur
dav the 3 1 day of March, A. D. 155, between the hours
of 10 o'clock A. M- and 4 o'cKiclt P. M. of said day, the
lands and tenements descrioed in the said petition, to
vi; : 8'itttate in Vienna Township. No. 4 in ltd Range
of Townships in the Connecticut Western Reserve, iu ,
the State of Ohio, which is also in the ounty of T um-
bull, and is known hy heiur farts of lot No. H. and is I
bounded as follows : Bej-inninp at the north-east cor- :
iter of the farm purchased by E. i- & C. K. Booth, of Da- 1
id and Esther Acheson, tnd is iMftter known as the
farm originally owned b Nathan B Dawson) and from
tnenee running south alone; the west line of A' el Ty
ler's farm, to the east and west corner rial, th-nce run
ing west along said Center R jad to the south-east comer 1
of tire acres of land formally dee led to said James
Thomison. br V. K. Booth, and front thence uorth
along sid Thorn json's five acre lot. to iu northeast
corner, thence running we alonr the north line of
said f ve acre tract to the lands of II iram Burnett, thence
Dorth along the east line af said Burnett's land, to land ,
wnd by Samuel Squires (.leceasci) thence runninr 1
east along said Suire's south line to the place of be- !
ginning, and to contain twenty acres 01 lau 1. e me
same more or less said twenty acres of laud appraised
at $40tb
Also the folio wine described lands and tenements in
said- petition also descril-ed, to wit: situate in said
Vienna Township, toeing Township No. 4, in said eoun-
. K..H I L -r f 1 A i- limiible-l -
as follows: Beginning at the south-eat corner of lands .
articled -by Hiram Burnett on the east and west nig!; ,
way 17 rods, thence north along James Thomson's. Jr. ;
vest line far enoueh to contain five acres of land.
thence west to said Burnett's land, thence south along
said Burnett s east line to the place of oegmuiug. ana
to contain five acres of land dee. led by U. K. Booth to
James Thompson. Sen , April lthh. lHjO. Recorled in
Trumbull county Record Book. 66. page 300, aaid five (aj
sacrea of land aimraised at SI 00.
One-third of the purchase money to be paid on the
day of sale, one-third in one yejr thereafter, and one
third in two years from said day of sale, aud interest
thereon until paid, with approved security.
IL R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, January H4ih 'ii, &w.
LEGAL NOTICE.
The President, Directors and )
Company of the Western Ksa- I Court of Common
erre Bank I Pleas of Trumbull
ts . County, Ohio,
P. McConaick, Jacob Robison, 1 Civil Action
John Battles and Jcsiah hV.j- I Petition,
bins. Jr. J
P. McCormiek, a ncn resident of the State of Ohio, is
herr'n notified that the nlaintiifs filed their petition in
said Cow ft. against the d.feudants on the 20th day of
, wm" ...a .n;nt thnt nn tA I
pro mi so ry notes made by P. McCormc'i, payable to the j
order or Kotuson fx names, ana enaorsea ny mem ana
Jostah Bobbins Jr. to the plaintiffs ; said notes dated
Nov. 1st 18S4. one Toayable sixty days after date, for
750, and the other payable seventy days after date, for f
tm.m, WliU lUlstrrCM U MIU uvvtra iiviu Hie .taaav. "-J ;
became due. and costs of protest $2,75.
An order of Attachment was issued, against the Prop
erty of P. McCormiek. The plaintiffs, will take judg
ment by default against said P. McCormiek, unless he
answer by the 3 1st- day of March, 1855.
11UTCIIINS c CrRTISS.
jan 24 '53, 6 w. Atty s for P 1 ffs.
-V-t. riT AIT aV X- rl in 4 V Tt ns I
Kf.v il .t . D V , f liTa '
GAIN. The three story Bock Build me. S l"1 i
known as the"City Halt" ts oTered for eale on t "VL
easy terms, as I wish to leave ithu neck :of the w.ls as,
soon as possible. jan 1. 'jj. M. McM AN L iS.
, TT; I I ; ; '
xTOTICi. A I Dersons indebted to i
v r ... -
, me, nv note or 000s kcvuiii, win comer a tavor
1 n; ,-i,; 1 1 i,..;..
as after the 15th of Fehmary, all notes aud account '
will be left forcuUecuon. AI. MtMANl S. j
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QPIRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED. !
kl - - ,- !: 1 1 '
ts7 An expose of the orijin. history, theology and
philosophy of creation, alleged communications from
the spirit world iy means of spirit rappm
mediums
writing, physical demonstrations, etc.
with il lustra- .
tions, by Ker . ii. 31attison, A. at
BALDWIN'S.
D
T nTTl'i?'e AllIlRfO J.t: ,
ii u j a a ij iitiyiiaji.-o, utriivereu t
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland, at E.linburp.upou his return from his visit
to the' United States. Also, UEDINI and Dr. IU'FF
contrasted by Kerwan, for sale ut
Jan. 17 BALDWIN'S.
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
JL County, ss.
Adm'x of RomanU Barlter, dec..i Petition to sell
sv. Land.
Samuel Clark, and others. J Court of Probate.
Tn o:r liencetoau order if sale, issued by tht. Court
of Pro tate, within and for said county of Trumbull, on i
the 15th dav of Jan-, A. D. and to me directed, 1
will offer for sale at puMic vendue, on Friday the 23J
day of February. A. D- ie.V,on the premi.-es, between the
hours uf 10 o'clock. A. M.. aud 4 o'clock. P. M.. of said
day, the following described lauds: Situated iu the
township of Few ler, iu said Tnna'-uil count f , Ohio,
and kno'.vu by being part of lot No. i, in said tovin
ship. and lKiuude-1 as lolioas: On the east by a high
way lea iiu r fr.taj John sou u A'ieuna, on Uie south by
lands of Martin K. Oites, on the west by lands of
Oeire Halieck, and ou the north by a road leading
from the ceutre of Fonder to the centre of Hartford,
ami containing fifty acres, ite t'te s ime more or le-s.
The above lauds are encuurtered with Widow's
Dower, set off l-y metes and bounds, and will be soli
subject to siid d.iwor rijh:. The interet to be t-ld
has tteen apraised at oue thousand dollars. -To Ik:
old on deferrid piymeuts cot exceedinr two vars.
LV 1I A liARilER.
Administratrix of R. Bar er. dee'd.
By Jmo. M. Sttll, her Atty. Ju. 7, 1 .",!. 4w
Take C ire or Tors. L ntw, if Yor do kot wsh to
Die or tux Cossrxrno..
Pit'-sburch, April 1-,.147.
Mr. E. Sci.t.cti D'ar Sir. I hve on several occa
sions expressed to yua per. n ally, t'te hi h estimattou
in hi-h froai having iu 1 le used of it for several years
it tcy family, I hel 1 your "Imp -rial Comrh Stuo." I
have ner known it 1 1 f,..i i:i r -bevinj Coughs, i'til Is.
nr oppression of the Isut-.r-. Txlien ufd Promptly, and
aemrding to your tlirertiotis. I have giver, it to infant
children with highly beneficial effects; und so lar as icy
own rase is concerned, a dose ttken at ii'ciit before re
tiring b is iuvaria dy relieved tne from Couirh or any
disagreeable feeling of the chest. I always fcerp it i;i
luy h mse. nnd wttuld not, on any account, ie without it.
Bvcry pertton who may use it, will proi ounce it an
arree t'de, nild. yet higiil- ellecive cough medicine,
which, in a climate as changed" at ours, cannot fail ta
1 r Je a creat Ijeuefit to r-ll who may give it a triaL
1 am, fcir, rc-:pectful.y. vour frle:: !,
IV 51. H. WlilTNEV.
E iitir riits'urgli Dilv Chronicle.
Prepared and sold by R. E. ELI.l:RS & Co..
Pittsburgh, la.
Tor sale by POUTER & Co., tVarren; and Druire'ds
and Merchaiit- throughout the State. jau 17
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teal ies.arc:is based upon lir ancient nioMi-
loents. Paintifis. Seuipiol an-l Cririta of rac-s.and '
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As h- is lel-.TU.in-.-l t . s l: OVI.V KOIt r.Slt.itV
oi?lrsiKi-t to -ers !-. h- i Im rvi I. l-y hiviiie
t'le :minev tlown fiti time, t furirsh ni-ut .tt . very
t h r fi t:ro. Mv ol.l fri'-'- ' ; i:iu custumers -ir- inrit-'.!
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THE DANCING PRT OF
rOMMl NITV. W'e would respectful;)- c.i!l their
attent-.m to a s.U-i:..e I I it .-.f .; t s tUn tits. wnrriiu
e-l I i lit liny kin I of a f..ot: whith l-iu.t i.e aol.l, or
iriven a v:iv, call ioou a:.d txil.iipe
jatl 17 Jl-
JAS ! t'ONXEL & CO.
DATE LEAVES, OR HISIORIC
CAttl-S. Tit. Hit. l-ci" form a fyit-:m of ort-il
rrnturs in itl"'l i"f I'nrlsr mi-tmtm imI rluMtinn
al Iiirfii!uv. or r- "ii:tr S-.iti. Intni-tion.
lt if lricril th it thfy pji.'ss all the atrial 'iia!i
tit't f limine Car.H itli.t th it n.ipr rale of tim.
Hii-i ti'il'ncv l lt-ii:i.in. T'lrv iiisnir' the -f:n
patiy willi nnrih ami furni-ii svl (r r inw rsitin:
ir-vokp ami ectr iiittairv an I r"e.r-a, and ive
sy-iteniat"; arr in '- nieiits to i-ias aa I items. Rork
tm'rr Ifaily Amertram.
"The riir has co-t much l iKor. and merits the app--tiation
c( ailtlfw "lio ouM cmoine frieu.liy rnjuy
ment with inti-Hectual iiir,rovrineitt. Thoy may ' ud
in tU--' nt'l-ool, the lamily or sicial circle." Ormesee
y.ramgefiitt.
"From a -artful examination of thve Lkve, we
are of opinion that Mr. Bre-'cr has furnihrd a v:-.l-uaole
a:id eiitert.iiiiin- stittie for came of in-
t?rst iml questionable morality' Rural AVr Yorker.
Testimonials from Clergymen. I'riiiciftaU of Acade
mics, and name well known aril identified with the
fnusc of education, have 1-een triven in earnest com
mendation of this new instructive to ineuuU audnocial
improTement.
The Ciaiw, AO in nam'-er. are pat up in elerant
hoxftt, eaeh accompanied with a Itook, ivinp full tn-
stnicti-uis for the various r imes. I'nce J Jc per box,
or for dale iu quant ties tv lUunvix, ,it the
NEW YORK It MIKSTOUK,
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cils, viz :
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. THE Kl)lM:l ll-ill KKVIEW (Whig).
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the forthcoming year. 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
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away. It is to these Periodicals that readers must look
for the ouly real iy intelligible 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
reading puMic.
IlT Arrangements are now permanently made for
the receipt of Kirif Skeets from the British Publish
ers, by which we are enabled to place all ar Reprint
the hands of su'SCriiicrs, aliout as soon as they can
furnished with the foreign copies. Although this
involves a very large outlay on our part, we shall con
tinue to furnish the Periodicals at the same low rates
heretofore, together with the following Premiums to
ts AVn
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UMAX B A RETT'S PATENT
B!XT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole a rents i
the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
toughest p.ece of Leather in fr mla-trr.. which it
fretmentlv tikes an hour or more to do the same piece
--..-k. 'it .r.H. ;hA..t . tt--..!,!
,te mention of our frien ls of the craft to t
subject.
Do not forget the place. No. 20. Main Su,
ttarrcn, u.
d 13J JAS. .M"CU1N N KLb 6l Co.
rPIIE CHIME The great Sin-ing
Book of the season, a notice of which will le
Seeu inauotlier colunftt, has just been received in large
quant it)',
rapidly.
at ADAMS BOOKSTORE, aud is selliug (
iTHE RICHEST
BOOK OUT. The ,
Town in Convulsions "HUSH LIFE JS NEW
YORK, by JoSATUix Surx. Esq., of Weatherfieldt
Connecticut.
If you desire a long laugh, a good laugh, a hearty
a re.iL uproarious explosion of a Laugh, read
J'tnathaa Slick. Such humor, such comical ideis of
and things, such inexpressibly funny Adventures
Incidents, were certainly never before eet down
prinL. lt is a 'took of Infinite Jest and most comi
i-d '3
. T j tli
Ult cALii. A TCTJ OCSiraDlC
House and Lot on Prosnect Street, in the1
northern part of the Tillage of tt'arren. House new. j
I T IUUU eM UJ13 VUll C.
Warren, Nor. S, lS54-tf.
LEGAL NOTICE
John J. Elwell, 1
vs Civil Action.
Jerotac B. Phillips.
The D Pendent in this cause is hereby notified that on
27th day of December A. D. Iiii4, I caused an order
., k. ,a..l a.r...nsl l.lrra l.v I. U
Mearcs.. Justice of the Peace nF' Bloouifield Township.
.1.. ... r t i..,n a ..r .11.;.. r. .i.L
of -3,4i and costs, which said order has lK-eu I
serve.1 and returned,and said cause adjourned i
fntrial, tiie 9th day of February A. I), lea ., at 10
o'clock A. M. of said day. JOHN J. ELWLLL.
ianiust. I
-vitT-n.ri a . a- -ii
1 H I r.Sh rtii Ampnran Vermilion
Vlndia Red and Orange Mineral, just received and i
sale by inov 151 E. A. SMITH or Co. !
. t . I
TARM FOR SALE OR BARTER. '
...i I a i tt, , ,, !
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I will sell a Farm in Johnson township Trumbull ;
Ohio containing ; li acres of land, on which is
erected a fine House and R.trn, on lilieral terms and
payments, or I will exchaure it in part for a pood
MOt-K OF MKRUHANDlst'. j
To persons uetrou ot e;oiti; out ot business tuts op- .
ponm.it woum, a.ery goo-aoue
W. LITTLE.
Poland Ohio.
10 V5- 3t
7XECU 1'OR'S NOTICE. Noiice is
herecv given that the suhscrU-er has been :ii ;
pointed Executor iu the estate of Tpqon Andrews, late .
Vienna, deceased. All persons liavtng claims .
said estate will present them within oje vear.
legally authenticaud, to me. at liowtand; and all per-
imle'tied t said estate are re-on-sted to make im-
liieJiau pavmeiit,
jau lTi-3w.
SAMUEL ANDRE tVS-
INSTATE OF ABIJAH TlRRILL.
A . . . , . , , ,
Ncr here-y ?. yen that tl unter,..gncd lia-
has
eeii m Kiii!e 1 and lo-ulttue t Administrator with the
auuexed, 011 the Est tie of A ijah TyrrilL late of
Fowler, iif-censed. P -rons having ciaims against said
Estate .re tiotitied U prese!it the same duly authfiit:ca-t-:d
ft.r Nettie fit:-t ; and all owin said Estut-; are re
juest? l to make tnii-iedi-i pavment.
MATTHEW R. MACKEY. Administrator.
Vienna, jan MiVw3ur.
TARREX & LAKE ERIE FLANK
ROAD COMPANY. The S:ocV.li..; d-.-rs of the
Warren and Lake Erie flank Uoa 1 Company are here..-,
noli.ie i to meet at t ie lure j; il. F. Hotmail, in ttar
rc:i, Trunii ull county. ., the first Moiidav of Feb
rum n -xt. at lo o cbtek, A. M., f..r the iirpo-ic of
elcctiiig M-reu Direct-rs f.ir the ensusng vur.
JOSEPH MAKVIN,J-., Pr- s't.
B. F. Hnrvx.!.. Sec'y. Wjuren. Jan., I3.i.
u
:gal NOTICE.
Tiie President, Direct ars, V Co
l Cjurt of Cuai
I ui:i Plea, of
of the WeiUrn Reserve lluiik.
f Trum:aul
McCrmick. JacVi RjMsou ad Cuuntv. Ohio.
John Batiks. J Civil Action,
P. McCarniick one of the dcfei: lants a nun resident
Hi a Slate of Ohio, is hereby uot:ued. that on the -th
..f D. e---.i:.-r A. I. 1-54. the plaiiili.!s li'.el t:tvir
petition .T'tinst the def.-u.la:its in said Com., albviiii
the defendants are inde ile 1 to ih -u ou prom"
note of said P. McConuici.. ilie said McCormiek
mak r aud tin said R-j ti ion tiliitiles astndorseis
ta-sain of SUti.1.30. with ii.t-rest from Dec. 25ih
"5. Said note date I Ju:.c Jind. Ifil an 1 p aya de to
order of said Ro:dns.n A lUttk-s at the Merehants
Muufaciures Rink, Pitts'-urgh Pa. six months af
' dale.
A v ri: of Alt ichm -ut iras issued in sai-l cause
again-t th? g'Miis ami etTects of said P. McCormiek.
pl:.ii!ftls will t i'..e judgment ty default against
said P. McConuirk for said suai and irteist as afre
said unless he answers by th- 3 ! dav f Mar-'h 1-55.
lit rCMlN.NA: CI RTISS.
Jar.3;L 1-35 Gx Altys. for Pi ffs.
OR SALE OR RENT.
Furniture an I Fixtures of the asill House
For iarticuiar iii'tuirc on the premise.
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Snrfi-si'tr t .1 i:n- fl. !rtos. !!-;ilcr in II .kdv.-mik,
CitE':y. luo, iut art'l !f.re ttx I'ln.-a
cui If f mm! a l:tr: ir l Tan-1 us'irtmtrnt of llauce
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3 T uttt ' Ir.in. n..-rt I sUc.
."1' Hut: II'- lrt Norway Na i K';ls.
Uj.-r.i!. Nov. I, A. L. MOULCY.
It'iti'i- tliii !:iy s '1 ! t-.r. entir- S:.k "f I'.i-lnart
to A 1.. lo::i cv. wii! :;ti:i'ie l.Jiln s. lit thr
oi-l si in I. I l.tke tr.;s i:i-t!t.M h: it:i'. rn.iior my il-l
rr. oi- uii I ' irtnrr Ur .ii. th-tt I s.i ill r-'iii tin with
-,,r o-'.i-i:v. whore 1 !ia:i te l:ii-i.v to se. t'tenias
J. Itll'HIKS.
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nov.
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r.fT"i..-.' irlvt :i -' i "ci c . n.r.J Iimu- yftr
si::r. .-itowui;; r.Vfvery ""i;ii-!-t--a;.l p"ruwitr!t. M;
tt . T':t. lor .f ;i :n i-;tji 1 l.'ve.iiinl, an tM
r-ii!t i ?':n-r-ll knM . tin uiil-iy of uui
r-ni"'-ius t'i':l:i:i'is cui tosiii'y, an.l ii; no cm' yv'c-li
tin incur.. I (: i:i:-y lip ael, rij-'l'iiy prosv.-..e!
hir an-lix i-ifii itt'!it;:i cion to chronic !:
fnjit, i r:irl tm. rurt'S an ! p-rolis who half
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exti.t."an-I mim 'iTiii.iii!! Iinpflfdj auxiyr t j i--pula
.ilyiro.! tin ri:itni'-i'f rt iiio lit- Surnlh-il; n'a
I ut rerul-sivc in lei of ' treat m
ko i nn;t: hr onsi i.t.tioi f
fr. Tu;''-i m-iih-. r iikv ls nor lilisu-rn. nor is he n
llouH'o;t;i(hist ; h ftfvT iti: ?! Mcrctry, Antimony. Ar
Mnic. or any other Miner-ii!. as merit rat :i'iit; nor m
he a T.i'Htipsi'i.iaii Jo neither steams uor ives eaietics.
II ts t:iry f diseasfdinVrj from all hers that haw
Iktii a lol led, i ut uot more o ttnti dtie his system of
treat me tit. He does not male Mick tomale me!, nor
tear iit tern tt km Id acun ; nor allay irritation 1j
pateitinr up aitn nmvdtint .
Patients -iliotild liuirk well the dates -riven alnre.
Our entire time Ircins pre-ertira-je I. attendance: musi
accord strictly with imMislied atiiiouiiccments.
An unoiue.l opinion a- to the pro a!'itity of a cur,
is always friven .uHjertin the patient tu 1,0 ex;ciiif
without a reuaona K- pro.spet or succe-s.
BRONCHITIS ITS WOltST gTAOES Cl'KED.
Dr. Tt an. Sir: When I commenced your treatment a
fer mouths since. 1 was mnch det.ilit ited. and sutleri-if
from severe pain in the side, shortntr-i of l.reath, weak
ness and ain in the small of the kack, niht nwean.
res k-ssness, courliiiifr, and exirectonitiiiff profusely, of
ten raisiup a pint of whittih snistatice in a finale morn- !
Ui. T mjW cold fre'juently and a soreness atid tiiMama I
t:on of the throat of lo years standiti, seemed increat !
nd extendiwif down uimui the luns. At times I 1
became so dizzy as to fall. ui;l-ss near s-ime ! jiet of
supiort. Kyusc r your nie.ncines 1 aajt i-ntirely re
lieved, and am now as veil alii strong its ever te're in
my life ; sru at work throtiL'h all kinds of weatner, and
though iomtimes wet, neitlier the. couirh nor soreiiesi
thro tt troit'iles ni in the least.
Yours resectrulJy. Jmcs S. Wim,
tt CleVeUnd, lec -'. Ie.-.
T
IlE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County.
Samuel Vuintiy, l!xcutor of
Calvin ii. Sutliff,
vs.
Benja-uin Bingham, Aileline
In Court of Com. Pleas.
Binirtiam, and Milton Sum IT. J
The Defendants, Ben tarn in Bingham and Ad.Iison
Bingham. are hereby notified that the I'.aintiff has filed
iK-tition against said defendants in said Court, set
ting forth that on the tilth day of April, 1S4U, said Ben
jamin gave his two promissory notes to said Calvin ii.
Sutliil, then in full life, and to said Milton Suililf, one
and one for $ Ht with annual interest, the 9'
note -.AyaMe on the 1st of Sept.. I Kit I, au-l the Jirt
note payable the 1st of Sejrt.. ; and .h it said Ben
jamin Kiucham at the same time executeil to said pay
ees for the security of said notes a mortgage of the fol
low 1 11 1; Uuds, part of lot twenty -four, iu tireene Town
ship, in said C.iuuty, bou.ided as follows : Beginning
the centre of the road ru'in.ng East and West through
centre of the Township at the south-east corner
Aaron Bascooi's laud : thei.ee north sixteen nwls,
a post and to laud bei.Hiii.g t E lward Base o in ;
thence east ten rods ; thence south sixteen rods to the
centre of said road ; tuence west to the place of be
ginning, coutaiuin an acre of land, lie the same more
less ; the said Adeline joiuinz in said mortgage
releasing her dower in the kind, th tt said 31 1 lion
Sutlitf in the life time of said Calvin O.. made over to
ail his interest in said mus and mortgage ; that
there remains due and unpaid on said n,:s one hun
dred aud forty dollars and upwarU. and the niortae
duly executed and recorded, and has become abso
lute and rem tins in full force; that jntition prays a
decree in favor of plaintiff a-rainst th deffiidants for
amonnt due on the notes ; an-l th it the mortaire l
premises ie 3 M fr th payment of the same. The
said Benjamin Bimrhatu and Adeline Bintrhara, whi
reside without said State, are rc-uired to Tip'Kvir and
answer -aid petition by the 3 1 S auriay of re ru iry
next, or siid petition Trill be taken as cuafesssed to be
true, and a decree entered accordingly.
By Sltliif A. Ti ttle. Att'ys. l 2t-i;.--1
COURT OF COMMON
Trum ull Connty Ohio.
PLEAS of I
W itl am M'-r.irlane
ttuiriian ff Auiretine
S. .McFarlane.
i Petition for Partition I
As ihtM tt . Porter an:
Charles S, Port -r.
Tilt; said As ih-d tt'. IVrt -r and Charles f. Partcrare
... n..t;K .1 ,i. jt.. tv:ir., ti.-L-..1 .... ti 1;
A:.;eline S. MrKsrlanr the i:tth. .lav of January
D. Ill .1 his ir?tition in said court mraiust tem, I
is n.T1d:1. th-r-in. privim f .r the ,r- i
f ti,ilU-f.,ur ar.isan 1 s!tv-hve r..!s of l. in I
s , ; ,l,i.,n Tm.n :ll C..iimv.iliio.a,..! be- I
,.. u,, , , .. , Ars- line Porter, iate Arc iine 1
irU.le- ,,,,.,.,., ..v r r - rick Kuisoiao an 1 J.,..u i
Rithi! under the !! of Jam -s Sc tt d-e.as.-1. Also I
pny.i-for the iianit'on of tea acrs of land in War- I
Trulll ClM1,ltv. Ul.i... beinu- part of section No. '
and the same lau I aiiarted and set oX in the wili of I
. a-llt a..,..! ... 1 ...... 1.,... t .r,-. 1 ,n4ii.
itKar!aiie dvcea.-1.
The petitioner asks that one third of s lid lands e ;
to said Aiizeliue S. McFarlane and one third each to ;
Aihel VV and Charl- S
id"uitioii will ilefor he
eilllOII W 111 le HIT lie
S. Potter. I
arm ir at the next t'Tin of :
Court, to be hoi len in Warren iu said County on I
13th, day of March next.
11CTCIIIN3 & Cl'BTISS. I
jan IT 1S. Cx. Auvs.for Petitioiipr. t
OJIERIFF'S S LE
" . ,
"', v,rl,,e "f KT,i of prt'f't exponas, to me
.directed aud delivered, bv the Clerk of the Court of
Ml1" C ou,,tv 1 excise to u lie sale at
d-r of the Court. House, in Warren, Trum'.ull
County. Ohio, ta Ha'urtiav, tke tHitk daw of Jaaaarx.
.. Itfji, Itetweeii the hours of 10 o'clock, A. .MM
4 o'clock, P 31.. of said day. the following de
i lands and tenements situate in the Tua uship
Hartford. Trunvull Couuty, Ohio, to wit: Part o!
o. ihirty two. and is iouuded as follows: uorth
the highway ; east and south by lands owned by
Elisha Bennttt ; west by 1 uds of Drayton An ire s.
usual Iv called the Mill Lot. containiin Xm u-r nl
n,i- r " the suits of Hampton St Smith, vs
Andrews ana uootue. Apprnse I at S- .
II. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Dec. 2t, lt-04-is.
T'HE H0ISERY Department
-Panic-
ular attention is paid to this part of our business.
Ladies and ireuilcuu-n, lutys ami girls, can find almost
anything they want iu this liue of Trade. Silk. BLack
Fancy Colors, Cashmere. S!ate Hrown, Black and j
Mime -.ouou iioe, rancy irij-eu am jiixeu nail
Hose, and a large quantity for children.
apr M E. E. H0YT fc CO.
fTHE STATE OF OHIO. Trumblll
Connty. Court of Common Pleas.
Lorenzo Row
vs Petition for Divorce
Mary M. Row
Mary M. Row. will take notice that said Lorenza Row
the twentieth day of Octoiter A. D. IK.4, filed a tteti 1
in th; said Court, pniying that he may Ite divorced j
said Mary M. Bow: He alleges as cause ; First, !
Gross neglect of duty ; Second, Adultery. aid cause
' f-jr heari..S, at the March term of said Court
D.
c w - v""t"- A" - f 'r Plff- tX-Gw. I
; u u .1 .t
1 ' ,S hereby given that the Un- j
deriiniel has been apiHiinted puardian for TIM-
othv k. Thompson. of Vernon. Trumbuii eo . who .
une 01 tnim-mllt co., ami the Htolic are hereby cau- ,
Uua"i ."TO'tst trustinj
WA' h,,m- Wl1'
ternon.Jan. 3, 154.
:n utm, and ersons having Ikisi- :
lease to do it with his jruard'an. '
THOS. A. THOMPSON.
- , n ti i T n . , t
Vll OALCi A. llOllse
and Lot, in :
the illaire of n arrcn, in an elbiri'dc situation,
WashitiLtou Avenue. Lit is meliuut size. House .
commodious, containing 5 R-jjin. Price. S'i'SI. I
IinUire of J. F. ASl'EIt, Att'y at l.a j
d -.iai
'0UND In the inc!os;ire of tiie'
! scrl er. on t!ie West side if the River, in War- !
TWO YEARLIXO STEERS, one red and the otb'.-r
black, with some uhite 01 the les and Wdlv. F!ie
owner is hereby requested to couic utid prov property.
cliarges and LaLe tlieut a a ay. F. KINSMAN. :
Decern er G. lwo4. !
;
OALE0FREAL ESTATE I.V Ordor
f , - V. . '
D. !"., itetweeti I Hand 3 ocbrk, of said dav. will
sold 0:1 the premise-., in Oreeue. Truiu'iuil county.
Ohio, the follon ir:ir real estate, viz : Sixteen acres ;f
rurth part of the following ,,i ,f l.ui-1: situated as
aforesaid, and is the S. E. part of lot No. 3. and boun
iW 1. beinriin at a pot in the corners of lots 3. 4, 7
: : th-.-nre north u lot line it'.i cits., 1 Iks., to a
; thence tt'. on a Hue I J chs7. Iki.: theuce . on
line ii chs.. 7 Iks., to a post ; tnenee E. on th- cen
tre of the road 15 clis.. ;ni Iks., to place of ttegmiiit'g.
MARY JANE KINO.
Administratrix ot Seta Kinir, dee'd.
By A. 0. FrLi.ert, Atty. Ja..i. 17. 4 t
BUTTER AND SOD CRACKERS. ;
tt e Inv made arrangements with the D 'tiiesiine
k.rr Factory, by ubich we ai- cnst tMly r-eeii it g
I -. rat.-l Cr tcUvr-.and uh-ch tve oiler to D -.ileis
:;t reta-i. at the iou.-rst ratvs. W.trr.ntel t'a-- heji
Cheajtcst in th- mark f
DUN LAP 4: STEWART, 4 &3 Market St.
jan 17 55 ;
RA ;E CHAN-:E! -'HIE
V. B irn:ii"l Tavern, at th- Centre of VL-n- .!, '
rrum" ull t'o..O.. is it ml f.ir s tie at a tc--'X
t - arg.'.in. There is connected with and at'-iA iiel
it every nee It-i c or. veu f.ir a Pu d.c Ilnus-. and '
juie two a-rts of land, it is happily locate 1 at th .
of great thorouirhfiires, ami a ti ruu ol Il
eal ;:'! ftireigu : unvss is bii. lion'.- ou the premises. .
nil litt.-s are nearly new arsd amply cwmino.liitas. 1
ia a r.ire cha-tcc for a proaia'de iu vcstiucu.. Fi
further particulars crtll on i
T. J. McLAIN, RliI Estate At. ,
tt'arr.-u. J m 17. 55. 3t. ;
Also a good farm fur .ut or rent iu Hubbard.
JREATMENtfe GREAT EVENTS,
a most attractive ' ook containiiig I! paes. J
isomely ouiid a ith 31 0 cnr avin.cs, an I we niTrr
ut such a low price, that eifrybudy 1 uya th-'Ui,
almost without exception. rt'e hive rtce:v-.d alir ,
num' er and ran furui-b them, to be s.l 1 agiin .at th- .
publisher lo a cat pricy iy th-; 1"0 ropier.
jan i; 'ar,, ADAMS Rot.U cjor
IOR SALE OR RENT.
A g-'l Siore-r-Mtni m Market-,..
i.ro-tvs. Ii.-piircat the
Jau 17 '5",
House S i "li.
M .McM AM".-
tORSALE.
Kiflstr acres of W
Kirl-ty acres of VVo Land, situ tte.1 in Dai
-,:P.-l..'u Co., Michigan. Inquire t th-ADAM.-.
j,n IT W, .kill House rsakwn.
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in Xe i;-.-.-; 11 i .1
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tt'c hav h'iv- 1."
1 wit!i mt the ri"'. of
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'ii p'lir.ii:' I i 1 e iv.- c
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; fr.'.a la "it." .c ic.l c-
with that Ii frilit
tion ; and ja
Jttt-ire siicce-.
ttV M!i!d return otirsiucrc lii it ks forth- atroi.a-.re
wchive rec -! I. an-l will eniior iu futi"e to io
such n :k a will nvrit a c 'Pt'iiuanc . o the t.-i'iic.
PAlNTINti AN i Tit! MM IN.i
Done ii)uiu the most rea-MiniM" tert. Wc would in-Mt'-
all kvdti are in want aMytU.iifr i.i our liue to rail
l;c!ore p.l-elta-i!)"; . Imv. di-re.
CAi;iiir.R4t nrKUtui.ns.
Warren. Nov. 1.1. WL
J7XTEX.MVE Millinery Exlnbiaimi.
W. J Tin- u'"criiMTS ie to inform the ladies tif War
reii, tMt they have received a s,l"ii hd assortment !
U;tj:i l!. iii' bon-t. Silt s. tLlwtis. Kn'lieh flutters, Ilres
and Mantilla Triiinni:i. c wlr- h we are pre
I are 1 to s. II very cheap. Tl.o.sc who ill favor us with
a call, wdl, we trusi. he auipiv repaoi f ir th--;r trottMe
aprJii " E. K. IIOVT & C
VCRAP IRON VAXTEU.-Cah paid
KJ for any ouaiitity of S--rap Iron, at th Stove anl
Tin tt ire!iono f
a. .ril !, ':.
V. JAMESON 4. Co.
I
uu-. u.MiL,., uurrv ana Diiine
Com' s. Brushes, tlilt and Fancy Trunk I'alier.
l lv-i.' ts, bvr .Matts, Alicant M itts. Ac. at
JuiisS. PATCH ic Al-LISOX'S.
I JURE CRE M TARTAR an ' Supe -
L CariHinate tfinla. by K. A. SMITH fr Cs.
FIXE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
V LKil tHlS tr Mc licina! urj
the, est in town, at I may 31 I
oses. and said to lie
1-l'RTER ACn.'s.
100
OZ. OF QUININE iu t ie ci-
ved and for salt; at low figures, at
May 31. IVKTEKA. Co.'s.
X7E HA VE FOR SALE n cnrnTis"
T sioti. one of Emory 6c Co. s two-horse Hwer
Threshing Machines. T. II. 3IOKLEY At Co.
July 5.
COLE LEATHER. A nriiiie article
O for sale at E. K. HOYTsi Cos. Some of that iM ID
TEA, Java and Kio CoUee. Seetlless Raisins. Kicc, Jcc,
usl recM at o. XI. Main Street.
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
.XI Qiiiiitils Codfish ; 111 Cross Lyon's Kath irion;
20 bids, and half bbls. Maekenl. just received at
nov t KfXLAP 4: STEWART'S.
"ATL LEAVES." This beautiful
1 1 ii
ADAMS', as predict? I.
Also. -Ma .May." "1.1a Xor
aud all the new works of the
i-i "I
man, TUe News Boy,
day.
IVM. S. WEST, Proprietor of New-
ton Fall's Nl'RSERY, has ju-t returnei! from
the Upper Likes with a variety of Evergreen Trees,
which lie oilers for sale on re is.ma'determs.
Timse who wi!i for Evergreen Trees. Erait Trees,
(ir.i;e Vines or Shru'i'rery, are re s.ect fully reuested
to call for them before th ground becomes frozeu, or
early in the Sprint, as he intends to visit the I'pper
Lakes axaiu as early as th;' middle of April.
Newton Kill!. Nov. Si. l-.l-!f.
CARD. II. PECK of Warren and
V A. s. it
RsVEi.t. of M rc-'r Pa., having associated
themselves t-.eltiT un.l -r t i; nam ; of Pk a an 1 Hi n
well, for tlie purpose of cirrying on the Mercantile
business. R ';.--ct.iilly announce to th? jeoule of War-
stock of Merchan lise iiel'ining to B. II. P ten, of "War
reu Drygood S: re." an; will continue tiie insiness on
ihe same a herei-tfore. We resjiecifuly solicit, as we
iu teud to m-rit, a li V-ral share of pu dic patroua ie.
Pe K 4 Bi'rwcll.
-
Harin-sold my entire stiK-k of Merchandise in The ;
Warrn D.-ye ol S:or4-,'V H. Pk aand A.S.Bi aivei.L, I !
tak epli inre inreci:n!ii n liiigtUeu. tomy'ri -.'nds and pat-
rciisiu Iwoul 1 solicit frt hem tie same lioeral patronage
tint has been extended tu myself. B. 11. Pxi K. I
Jai.. 3d.
w
ifO iLEN G0O.)S ARE DOWN.
The evidence can !eliad in the pries of Cloths,
111 n-k and Fancy Oassimercs, Satinetxs, Tweetls, Bed,
Orange, White an I Printed Flannels. A superior qual
ity of Lt s. Iu ivy twiil-.' I do. Blankets, and a variety
of ".her VYooleu gooili. nt the
ja i3 WAKithN DRY O00DS STORE.
r PHE S 1 ATE OF OHIO, Trumbull i
1 County, s.s. In th- Court of Commm Plas. 1
Em-.d'ne E. Barrors a:i-l l"r ane. her hns'.and ;
K M:st Burrows aid L ireuzo. her husan-l ; ll p; K. t
ifir 1 Aid T lotnis. iier bos .and ; A y Ann Kru.-u ami
A:uzi, her UuVati I,
(;, ra 11 m vorth. Oh tries Riitrorth, II ratio X. Wird,
admi'ii-traror of Josriu Bir.'r; A 'ifi.I 5. Riss-,
11 .m T E. Wirl a.t I II; X. Wirl.hr h:i . ni l ; .1 .siah
H.r r, 11 c urd Btr .r. E ia, iir-m Bir er. S phia
H ,r mt an I J rti-n t, II. ii ir.ter, u-:rs at law, of Jo si ih
Bir er, l- c -ts 1.
rr'.;a '- roller? in- to'reloie eoifror'M.
T'tcsiil i l.uin:.rat jr a i ! h-.rs of Jos:ah Bir.-er,
ivht.trt' ii. in-r'S! le.t. au 1 r-.-i l-'iic rs u-iku-txn, are
tiotiti'l thit ti : iMunii r hiv;dl-l tiie r e-iiti i:t in
I cart. il!e l-riiir, iht nycontriet d ite 1 M iy II,
lli), iiuk'ti Plintiis i-il Ann L r 1. ( ior Ioj-i-iM.)
by .loi:ah B tr er an I R chir i L r 1, th- PI ainti.is are
t'ie (uitt le otvners of c-rt iiu lau Is. I m contracts,
and th.' Ie -ts due th-.re-n. m I oy il is vell Stone, as
tru -t -e of Saiuu d P. L tr 1. ih . .mc ':-r f s ii I II ir. -er
nn i Lr 1, to Cvras B sa ri!i. for ail of bd No. lo.
thu :
J ,
of lot So. il an I ll.t-i Lo.-d-a: t ,vj, si" 1 c u:ity
s lid h-.rs .iu 1 a Imiuistrntor of Uir er have no interest
in s aid la 1 1 contracts or ( -ts ; th a a iee I jt.is ex. cu
te 1 ny t'te h ;;r of sail Bir er. in rliim la? tit if was
to s ti I B tsjvorth. au I deliver--1 to D. To 1 as au cktow
to hand to B-St'ortii, on payment of said contract, and
pm ii:g pi I i-uent ag iiii-ti Cyrus Ji Vori:ifjr fJU'.U.
isVaecis,o
l to Plaiutids.
i3. the aiuoti.it lue m tli cii:r acts, or els.
of the contracts iud posstssiou and title
uf the lauds d -cn e I m t!i- contracts.
The uoit-re.i lent D -feudaiits, ttu administrator ami
h-rirs of sai l J siah Itirber, must appear an 1 ansvrcr
s.i'l eiiiitfii by the I "tli day of Feruiry, A. D la-t.
or ju Iguieut and decree axiinst th-u ar. II e entered
on d'-r.tult. HOFFMAN & KVTLIrF,
Jan. 3 1, lSOi.-C Ati'ys for Piaiulttfs.
ALE! SALE!! OF REAL EST VIE
D Bv Or ler of Court.
On Friday, the l ith day of January.
A. D., IH.V,. ;
betireeii the hours of A. M., and 4 P. M. of s ii I day, :
will be sold on the premises, in Orceiie. Truai'mll Co., t
Ohio.thi foUojring R;al Ertite, a th; property of
John M. Jerauld, deceased, viz: Part of Lot No. Sin
taid Township, and is iou;i le I. beginning at a post in
the s mth-west corui-r of siid L it: ih.nce north on the
line lit eh tins aud H links ; theuce east un the north
line 3- chains an 1 61 link. 1 1 a post ; th-:ice south on
Ihe ceutre of th-; r-ivl 1! chiius an t 3'. links, to a
j--t : thence west along the south line of said Lot 3S
chains and i"3 links, to the place of beginniiur. and ;
contains seventy-four and seventy-four one hundreths .
acres of land. Appraised at . Terms- of sale'
made known on d iv of Shle. '
SAMCEL K. JERAl'LD, Administrator of
JOHN M. JEKAL'LD. Deceased.
By A lle 0. FfLT-ttt, Att'j. d i7-4w
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Tue SriaTa of Ohio, Trumbull County, S3.
By virtue of two Order of Sale, to me directed and
delivered, one in favor of the Executor of Calvin O.
SutlitT, decease.1, against Matthew Acheson aud others;
and the other in favor of Jaco Hake vs. Matthew Ach
csou and others, I shill expose to Public Sale, nt the
dHr of the Court House, in Warren, in said County.
Om Sal mr dap. the t.th dan of January A. . IrNkj,
bet w ceu the h urs of 10 o'clock, A. M-, and 4 o'clock,
P. M. of said day. the following descrilted lat.ds and
tenements, to wit: Situate in tt'eutherstiei 1, Trumbull
Couuty.Ohio, Township No. 3, in the 3.1 Range, iu the
Cuuuecttcut Western It-serve, and which is kuown by
part uf tract or Lot No. 3 in said Weatherstield, and is
bounded as follows, vi : Beiniiins at a post stand-
ing west 4a chains and
links from the north-east cor
orth-rast cor-
ner of said L-st or tract
; thence west 43 chains and -i4
links, to the nur:h-wcst corner of said tract ; thence
tout Ii 57 chains and Ml links, to a post standing on the
north lank of the Mali ming River; thence down the
River its it winds an I turns, uorth b deg., rust
35 chains and rii links, and north fid5 deg.
east 11
..to the
I,""?
f land,
chains and 6 links ; thence north 1" deg. west,
Place of bejinninc, cont lining two tiuudreil an
ttvo. and ei.'htv-four one-huinl.-e iths acres of
cxcptiiig therefrom, and uot hereby to he sold, ho
acres of said tract, sold at ShcritHs Sale March 5th,
lS4fi, to lVan E. M.isoii. Appraised at ? 1.573 73.
11. R. HARMON, her iff.
ShcriiTs Office, Warren, Dec. s!7,eJ4-S
C ALE! SALE! ! OF REAL ESTATE
0 By Order ol Court
On Friday, the rfGth day of January, 1S55, will he
sold 011 the premises, iu Wcatherslield. Trunr ull t.'o-,
Ohi-i, to the highest bidder, the following Real Estate
us the property of John Young, deceased, btiug part
uf Lot No. 3 in said township, and is bounded, begin
ning at 4 ituiut in fJiu south line of said Lot. and et
of tlu M ilmriiitg River ; tii-uce up said R:er-JOchains
a;:d m link-, to an ak tree ; th-i:ce south 4 deg.,
t chains ind II links ; lit-nce on the highaay
til chains a. id link., to place (tf beginning, and con
tii:is fttrty acres of land. Appraised at . Terms
01 sale uia le Kii't.Tn on -lay of sale.
JOiiN DRA A. Auiinistnitor of
JOHN YOLNO, Decease.!.
R:
Ai.lei 0. Ft llk:i, Au'y. Dec, -7
ft ACER &
WARREN'S MARBLE
V H tt''iRKSo:t LiV-rty St.. a few ro Is south of th-
b.::;I:. Tli" c.t;zv!s of W irr-n an I viein'ty are re
i:a '.-t.-i t civ Us a call ai d cxatu'iie our stm-k of Itib
ian and Verm.u.t Marbi-. -!s wehtve o-ieof th- lirgest
Mocks in tiiis com. try AI! sorts of Marble io:n iietits.
Toin'i S: iti-s. Spires an-l every'':'.:t n the M ir' I- Line
mayl-e fou::d at our shop. Sh ips in th ciuntry can
frrnishv-i with Italian Mar'de from 3 t inches
th:c...ii prices as 1 as t:iey cm i;et lt East with tr.tns
porltt'ou al b-j. AH p-rors wih:tig auythiug in the
a''t'Ve liue will do e!l to give us a cui!.
N. B. A rjreit variety of Fancy Jobs for rhil !ren
kept on han I. I.. F. OAOER.
Jn.3. 1-51 ly J. K. WAP. REN.
.RYtSi ALLINE fe VARIEG A ! EL '
-J WASH BALLS. Br-iwn Wind-itr and Transitar
So ip in c ike rr-d bar?, and Colgate's Chemical Oliv
II oiiishc.l ii.; -,vo .l-h. in'- an I l-ara. citi'rn an 1
Weil, ait ill goo 1 repair, aii.l ::ealy iiiited. Posses
sion -.-ive;! o.i tlie 1-t of .. -r i T. For farther p-irtir:il::r
en -i.'ire of l. B. tJlLLMHUK, Warr.-n. or W. X. poll
'i K. K, linelt i. jana-l'l
'OR SALE. The Dwtliin-' House
i 1 Lot, s:ttated tin south si le of li:;h stre.-t.and 1
eat side of th.- o:ij uou occupied l y Dr. tt ui P.ni.c.
For parliclars appiv to I
jai-3 R. P. MICKSCH. I
VOTICE is i.crcbv
CLARK -as tills day
A l.u'iiisirat.T of t'i" est il of
riven lint RALSA
i;ipo::it"d ai:d qua! ad s :
f R ls.i V Clark Ute of Var-
.--i j
tii.i , T mit ull C miitv, de,-;
II'.-3r j
t.r sale at
-Va'' - POUTER tr..,
n.i-O.' l I l .'I- lVil 1 I W V V
I L Ol. tK H1 r Ulv oALt,.
POKTKIt nflVrs f..r sale on the most r-asona'de
terms, Irs Hon,.- a:. I l. d situite l Mirket St. Th.i h
lot is s,.v...,i r...ls froi.t. aul thirt.-.:. deep. t'..,-ty ;
rh-.iee frutt tr.-.-s. The boa.e is to stories iiirfi. and '
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1 M.-l.ormirk aid W.I.Carey. Ohio, Civil :
, Action. '
IV McCorioi. a non resident of the state of tlhi... Is
-re ,- not.n-l th it on llie-.-lr h day of Ib rca -r le.,1.
' H iioi'is filed their ltiti.in in sa-d Court a-amst
"' -' dent, on two bills of ex.-h mire draan by s a d
Tuasitn! Dfuarhucnt
- -- -
iu. ijlii-et Klj e, Iuitruct.wti fr iliTent
.riltT" s I : i 1 I ' 1 y - 1 - ,
tr".iT. .ml j'I : rseri'.U.ti.s of Mui'eal Mtrciir.n lise.
leous ai. 1 A-.Vi-r ie' lutiej aid
i. k warr n.tv I. Soc . 1-h m 1 Piano?
en in ev'i '!-'- 'jr :.-t n.:e:. All,
! r-j
.,t:re I. an 1 VI n
1:1 I ll :I 1- .1. j t.
iTiitllal-Tt ji 1
in ori-T Tt .ine
rill c tl'-livt r.l fr 'e of c'i 1. v. !;
a-, an I warrat.;-.' 1 (-irt-y ' i-ilU
if tita'. fininit- KuK.k. Litany ttarrcti. i'.ho.
March I:'.. -'.-.
: 1 KLO!)EOs. A ni-w jit
; ;H c-itel c-irlurfs l.est i.i n;xr. tour
re
new
11. r... rve-i -. I. a;:d as u iy i.i.-re ill l.e oK-ned
d iv. I hue uo-jt an . lerani assortment 1
1 in : 1. p; t...,!, MetodeoiiS, 6lc, Atr.
' ili a-i i h .-ar, at S. T. PMMKROY'S.
1 nirUCII OR J'ARLOK ORliAX.
-i A fine toned. M i!io:ny mscd l-rr in well
id ipte fur a i:ill Chure'i or la T irhir. is nT f.ir
saM t a very low price. at Po.MEI.nYS'S
S'.-t. 1 nic St.tr'.
f 1AXE SEAT 1'IAXO AND AIELO-
V' IIEOX STKOI.S, jjt n-ceived at
Sept... POMKKOVS.
EVERAL very suju-iior ni-w I'i.-ino
O jtst o;e:ied at POMEKOY'S
Se'.t. -ii:. .Music Store.
aV
FEW MEL0DE0XS TO RENT
now oil hand. S. T. POMEROY-
SeptAli.
I T X 0 ToRTEsTTlio f..I.w:n-
in my Ware Room :
Prices.
plain ta'des, each $.'5
3s
fancy
extra finish 3T
plain t
round corner -
Three ti 1 j Oct. Rosewood, c:u:
Two
One
6-i
extra larire sale
Two
plain ta -les, round cor. 3 Vi
carved ICtse t .'ties, each 4.'a
Nitthin cm sorp-i" richness of toue, bea;ity
atid liuisli of lb- fir la-t-naui-.-d.
tue secoud-hand fKd tone
1 tie aiiove pive all ieen recently svlecte I y uivsef
at the Manufactories, and are in every ropect sucnor
lustruiuenis.
A liberal discount wilt be madj from these prices for
All Pianos d livers?l and gnarantee! to suit.
Warren, Nov.ii, I-il. S. T.J'OMKKOY.
piIRISTMAS AND NEW "eTr5
-J PKESKVrS. Those who are lut-n din ; t make
thetrfrieudsareal M4hinti.t ail valut-de present
luring the coming Otft senson. cannot fa I to ui ike a
nice an I a!4fi dory sebi'tiori f.r tli it purjH.st., il ihvy
will take tut trouble to call and examine my lare
assortment of superior Pianos and Meudetns, and
ascertain the low litres at which a really valuable and
fine toned Instrument can le oMaine-l.
Pianos from $HHJ to $iiJ. .Melo l -ons from $13 to
5XI. S. T. POME ROY.
Warrtn, Nor. 1.5. IH.VI.
Stu
IN(;iN BOOKS.
THE M'l.CIMKl;.
SACRED MELODEON,
SACRED HARMONIST,
ALPINE UI.EE SINEU.
SE.MINAKV CLASS BOOK,
COTTAtiE ULF.KS.sVe-,
Just received at POMEROY'S. An. 2.
CARII ART'S MELODEON IX
STRL'CTOR a new supply at PO.MLROY'S.
Aus-a.
0
XE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MELO-
DKOX, very rood tone, can he bourht for $-10, at
Aug.i. POMEKOY'S.
BKS V'lOf a G'lit rs (11 ro mI. -.nd
IWL., j III .r. VI .TO 'CHS .tDCI
a large supply just received by
Augusts. P0MER0Y. ;
SOME more of :hse Se on I Ilan.l
Pianos, just received at POME BOY'S.
August
rIMIE GUITAR. We publ sh ihe f ,1
- lar'ng from Wm. Hall tc Son's advertisement In ;
the Jtitsic! IVrid J Time ; -With the great and
increased attention now giveu to the study of music, the
present demaud for this i-eautiful and graceful Instru- j
inent should not be a matter of surprise. A few yeitrs i
ago it was .juite a novelty to hoar a Li ly or Oent'eman j
ilay the Omur. but the opul.irity of the instrument
lias so gr;.a;y increase I. tliat there is now scare Iy a j
family tf Any musical pretention, but at leat oue of its !
mein ers number among their accomplishments that of '
playing the Ouitar." Willutm Hall tk Sous are making i
a very superior amcie in mat nn . anu tneir instru -
ments are warraiitird to stand any climate, tte have
those of their make, and also, the iter in an and Spanish
ftuitir, irom j to a;.w eacu. Also strings ot th- very
bes -ptality. S. T. P-JMER IV.
ttarreu. July 10.
S0IMETHIXG NEW ! CARII ART'S j
MELODEON INSTIirCTOR! This is an in vaiu-
aid: iri to those learning to play the M'-lodcon. It is
larre. ue.ttly tH.uud work, presenting a series of near
ly tiifO ttu lies tteuig a comolete and progressive method
of instrueti :i for tu; Mi-l-i ! n or any reel instranir-ut.
To this is a Ide 1 a very valna de assort Jient of S tns,
Da-itls, 1 Trios. Waiues, l arctics, tica Steps, Pol
kas, (fee; among which are the following :
C- tuette Pol tea. Eltiu Waltz, Fest March, Oertnide's
Dream Waiu, Oipsy Polka. Iron IW-its y nck St.vt, 1 II
pray for Thee, ar.itoga Polka, iirit W iiu. Cnoms
from W lliam Tell, Tuoj ll.ii Learned to L re Anoth
er. Lilly Daie S-ing and iuirtette, J time's on the
Swruiy Sea, Aume La-rr.e, Family Biole, fc.c, all
eh nee. Pieces.
Tnere are n-ariy 100 good p:eces of Music iu the
Bo.. Price -l,IMi. U will ite sent by mail to any oue
sen Lng 51.10 and 4 po-dage sumps.
Warr-n, April PJ. l-s"4. S. T. POME ROY.
METRONOMES, or t m -k ept r-,
with and -r.ih tuta e!l. f r mtrking orf ui-ms-
ures.f ir sile at PoMKnVti'S.
sh ul 1 h tve one.
Ltery
Music Tea.-
May 31.
A S 1 C B 0 0 K S Just reCcive 1 at
i.l. POM CR'fY'S. The II lilel.ij th, Cj tlnra. Chime,
Y kiiis; Folss itlee uiofc; Dol.'ortos B.-ass Ittnd
School; A n itiler Oriais:; J iirisoa's Systai of Uar
m iiv. st.- st-., all v tin i ile wrks.
H'arren, X-iveiu er 1, 1-ii I.
ROSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA
J A large supply just receive.'. This is ju-t th
the
Book that Lttie clu -s of Violinists ami Flutists wauu
and we are li.tppy to say they are liegiuuiug to liud it
out in this paction .is they have aireu Iy done iu the
ta tern Stales. We arc pre;are to turnish them is e
do everything else at t'te Nciv 1 ork retail price, A 1 .00.
Orders ty mul promptly filled. S. 1. POMERoV.
May 3, '.Vs.
Ci
ARII ART'S MEL0:E0XS ar -1: e
best Reed Instruments in the world. A fresh sup
ply just received at POM KKD VS.
GUITARS. A v
K-s rlr '
VB cle ran now be 1 nought at
May ji. -
piAXO STOOLS PIu 'i a d II ir
Cloth Stools, a fine assortment; also ch - tp Can
Scot do.. at may 31 POMEROY'S.
1JRTABLE Muic S rqJs, ;.t
may 31 POME R0Y3.
7!XE T0XKD 4 KEYED IVOR V-
TIPPED FLl'TES.wiUi a box, can be Itought at
POMEROY'S Music Store for Ji la others in priMr-
tion. June .
cndel's Melodeon Instructor;
Biker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
BurginuMer's ditto
Bert i ni's Complete aud Abridged ditto ; at
June .. POMEROY'S.
T
"IIE S -tuin trv CI s-i B k : h c p tnl
Sii.giug Book for Schools aud Private Cla--es.
June 7. S. T. POME ROY
lOTTAliE ULEES. U new bU')iV, HI j
V jun7j POMEROY'S i
TOY DRUMS Fi idl s "an I Trum-1
. . iinaiviiiivc I
-spet, at i lo.'ir.lioi
lAnnvnorii's T.r1 Rlvn Srunnl .,
I 7 .7 I
splendid thins, for sale by . ro.MEl.oi.
VT ah i- 1 . r-i r do
LOT Ol l leiMIlt t lllt:nas, fro tl 8
to stli.iustrec'dat juu'; POMEROY'S. '
IW If . MUSICAL TERMS, a Com-
,dae Dictionary, for sale by !
June 7. P0MEROY. I
j
TUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
a. tiseon tuningaud reiiairing Pianos and AleL Ji-ons.
Price 5l cts.. at POMEROY'S.
May 3, "54.
MUSIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, '51.
POMEROY'S.
EST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3, '5-1.
1'0MER0YS.
Strings, at
POMEROY'S.
; OLD Violin
. May 3, 51.
TV
HE STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull
tiiuty. In the Cuiirt f Couimon Pkvis.
Ann Feutoit and Jes-e Feiit in,!
her hui and. in her right, 1 Pc'tion
vs. J on
(iet.rg- R. .Johnson. Cornelius I Note and Mortgage.
Johnson :,nd DA itit Jithiisoit. J
1 i;e D.-fen la "its. ComeJ-u and D-viht Jhnson. w!i
reside out of Ohio, and some a-here iu Ore-i.:t ai.d Cali
fornia. art -lotifi 1 ;h t the Plaint lN have 1 in said
court their " tttion, to su' ject the lands of I -a ic J.thn
son. late of Newton, dec.!, to the paym.i-t of N te and
Mort- ige, for 5T47.1. gueii by t.-'orje It J-uiuson, to
Plainti:i. on Sh-ntl's sle. Uttder p irtitioii pntceed
ings. Thi; said Cornelius and Divi'.'ht each hive
notes and mortgages (for tueir share uu b-r pirtit:o:i.J
on sail Ian Is. a portion of nhicli is now line from siid
.or.'e IL Johnson. S ti l petition prays sile (f stbl
uiU to pay the Pi tintitts' mort-'a.'e debt. Th. D 'f.-i.-d
i.ts. Cornelius and Di ht. mortgagee, are i.olifi d
to appear aud anavr said . t.tioii, i v the 17th day of
Fe ;ru try, A. D. 1 -... or sai I e-titioii. as to theu . will
he taken as confes (ed, and in-lineuteiitiTC I are-irding.
HOFFMAN ii RATLIFF,
Jan. 31, l-55,-6w Att'ys for Pl uutiir.-.
E(i.L NOTICE.
Th- Pnsi l-nt, D rortors Sc. Com- f Court of dun-
f toe tt extern U-serve Bank, I mop I'.e is of
P. M'-C.irnii.-k n said W. F. C.trey and acce:tel y
hm:. Oue dated July t'l l"5l. p-iya'de fonr months
nft-r date, to t-ip t.r I -r of Jn'i i Li ;htn-r f-r the s vn f
llMi. Cieothi-rfor l-V-0. driv-ity sii 1 P. Mct'i-rinick
on said C-uey ami accept-I l-y him. date I Aui. !th.
an-l pay. t'-le four months afterdate, to t!e order
of P. McCon.i'ck.at the American Exchange Bin ;. Near
York, sail '-ills of Ex-!. i:ig-' were rlested f.ir noti
p t. m-nt whe;i due an 1 sai l hilis of Exclruig- were cu
lorced M the pl-iintiils I-efore due.
A ar t .if Att teluiieut has ii-e:i issue 1 in s .id cais
a: rusL ;'ie go.. N and ciiects of said P. McCrm:ck.
Th . pi n i.l his aill take jutlgiui:tit a.-a'n-il s tid P. Mc
ruri'i c'; I y default for said -.urn of S-5- 0 an 1 ii:t r--t
O; tsi'io. Irom A.ir.'i. 11. ainl u.teret on .5io.u.
Loai D.c. Uih. l-5l,unless he an ver ' y March 31 l5.
HLTCHINS v CI 'BTISS.
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-IANN I' EKLN DCW Work IS selling : i
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w would invite all wishing to inirctiase the above ar
Violins tides, to call at our olhce, where we will be found at all
h-mrs of the day. for we shall give our constant per
premium carriage factory
I thsrr.i-er
ihsrril er lias now on haml. will at
ail t mv k.-en l-irifr Ka of CAR
KlAt.KS. BHii.IK.? an 1 A'SONS on hai. of even
t d'--cri).t:oD. stlc and 'rule price.
1a to furiiiu .11. U:irri tion f work iu hit
tine, on the aliorie! pf i lc notice. whetli.r it If i!ic !
piittin tp of a Bplemltd IIAKOL'CllK, or thr coirirvii
, iuj nxne. 1 - r aic Liuirs Krt or.
1 ".-'J ivi 1 p r. i r v ... 1. i .1
try, and Lis work slutl c U 11 if uot surpas-, any eaJt-n-
Hian:n":f.eti'rer-;.
I B?if-i and t' ;rr:aes r-idy for use. ill be et
ch .u:i;ed fur l.tm.tn-r,Con:ttrv lro lure.ryon:i s Dories.
ri,r,-itn, lta-." - t i!;-!i ui "c:.ir.re f r nrt o:;s. !
CAIiRI A'.i: Ti:lMM!(;S aUa on h uui, and lot ,
sale at the low; -l r c-s. ;
Tl'e iii:i. n-rr't in my line of nsines. are t
invite- to rail u.t ny stip I examine tr.y aork n,d
pru-'-s, and tit y c tnt:-n i l to e pleae I in re?,- m
l oth. My sii-jp hiving b.-cia-e a KTn.a:.e;.t one. I an;
determined to -ipply and suit all who like ridinz in an
el.aiit and easy Carriaire. or the f.irw.r who desires a
su Lintial fann or rta'l wnon or car;.
l;t i ui i n ami Trimmine done on short notice.
Tr r l w-irk niaiit.fartured at my shop is warrantetL
Warren, M ireh -M. y II. C. BEI.DEN.
WISELL Manufactu-J&trl V
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rer if t arria -ef. Hn ju- and
V.L'ons. We-st "tide if the Mahoninir "iv-
er, tt'.irren. ohWi, keep- im hand a lar;e assortment in
his line, of the latest and mot improved eastern styles,
auioitf which may be found a large lot of splendid Rock
aayi. .f v.trioiis patt-rns. with one. two or three ;w:ts:
i i?..m1 nipplyof si ding seal Carr a-renrveril of a hieh
-ire on :i n- .i :iid improved plan, bavin? extensiue tops,
ein ditTerent atnl far uier:or to anything ever niauu
'actured iu this section ot country. Also it good assort-
Lent if one-hors- Carrii'.es, Buggies, and two-horse
W'a; -ns, all of which will lie sold as lw as at any other
-hitp on the Western Reserve. By keeping none but
the et of workmen. and professing to jierfertly under
stand the i-n!tiess himself, and working none but the
est material that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
juility or prce.to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lnmler. and
second hand busies taken in exchange for finished
wort;.
N. B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done In rood
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and d'spatch.
A reasonable credit wi.i ie giren to ail respotistideper-
nis who may desire it. All work done at his tnanufac
urv is narr.inie i.
K -niemSer t!ie plae West ide of the Mahoning ri v
r. direetlv -e-t of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April : leTi3. ELI K. tt lSELL.
rMIE EN
A- Morgan
EMPIRE STORE !I.liliii-'s Jt
are oiteiiinir their lare Stork of Spring
'' Is, which comprises an. assorinient of every style
itf Siapl- an 1 Fancy Dry t. tods. Straw Oooils, Par
aol. i'are-ii:ig, l'u;K.r limpings. Crockery, Groce
ries. Ate, Ar.
They aould rail att ntion particularly to their exten
sie variety of L i lies Itr sstioois, B-mnetsand Bonnet
Ui:!Mt,i. Eui:'roiterie-(, Sh.i.vl, M nitillas, xc, in all
the l.Ui-il and ino-t fili ona' ie stylej. Also, to their
as.-ariit.eut of ver;- superior Ti -le Liuei:s. Linen Shei.t-in-,
l':llow Case Li icns, ShtrtMi; Linens, te.
Tney intend to keep their st ick full at all times, of
the bet makes ainl most fashionable styles, and t sell
their tioods regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, n;t allowin themselves to be mmdersoN as long as
they remain in the tra.le.
Warren, April 1-.
r ARREN SASIL Blinan(rD.K)r
f T Factory, Market Street. E.wt of the Rink, War
ren, O. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH, BLINDS and
rtiRS, will hereafter keep a Large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sues in use, ami of the best
iii.ility, wh-ch they will sell on reasonable terms.
U will continue the mauufrtcture of YKNITIAX
BLINDS, in all iu branches, which we will sell very
low and ot an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore oilered to the po'dic.
ttV will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
iXMiRS. of the Litest styles, and of a suerior qua! itr.
All work made at our est i-dishment will h warranted,
as we use nothing but the In-st quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
deavors to serve our tmstomer-. we w ill keep pare with
all improvements in our bu-iiies-i, anl conversant with
soual suiR'rmtemiance to the uvLiils or our husiness.
fc. M-f Alift ON
jan 19, 1-j3. Successors to E lward Spear.
7 XCE M 01i El NT 1 1 E FIEOX Tiic
suncniM-rs naving iteen ilnven
from their old (iarters on Market
S;., by the recent fire, would inform
the pu die that they are to be fuand
on Main St.. in the room formerly
occai-ie I by Mr. Mlltiken. two doors
from Smiths tk McComoj, wheie thev are just receiving
a lar.re and complete stock of NEW OOODS in their
line.
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
uuich they can recommend to customers as both good
ami cneaji
thtr larre stock of New Ooo lj of fiend' Fine French
Calfaud Morocco Bo its : Fine Congress and other style
of 0 titers; Patent Leather Shoes; Slippers; Dancing
Pumps, etc.
LADIES! (iOODS.
7.ii rl..n-h r. iirt-n ..r .i.... ..i..- i
Heautiful styles : Jlco and Patent Leather Bootes
ah l i"""1- Buskins. and in short. every variety of this
kmd of iroods which could Ite desired. Also a complete
stock of Misses' Ot iters, Bootes. Buskins an I Skinner
nf v.irions style and colors, together with a full assort
ment of Boysi'anl Yiiut'is Shoes, both fiue aud coarse,
and all kin-Is of I'hri lretis" Sh-s.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHERS!
Particular attention is called to the fact th it our stock
of Leather. Fin lings ami Shoem ikers T.tols. has been
recently largely increase I, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf. Am-ricait ditto. Enameled Leather, Kip, t
Moroccos, Ki.Is. RuVer Cloths, Linings, Bindings and '
FinditiL'S L'enenilly,inclu ling II amine rs. Pinchers, Shoe
Knives, Wheels, Irons, Pegs, Sh-e-N';.ils. Zinc Nails,;
ITingirian Nails, Shte and Sadtllers Thread, Bristles, i
Lasts ,i large lot. Bjot Trees, aud a b'enjral assortment i
of all thiu's pertaining tothetni !e. I
ttemetn'-erlhe place, AO. t-.3l.im St., and vou will not j
rgret giving us a call. tt. Sl B. CRANAOK. ,
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liinl and keep consttntly on hand the following '
psjpular Plows :
Long's No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3. Sa-ard do
do No. 4, do do
Stir. do do do
Buekeye, do do
Michig.ui Dju-de, do
Road. do
Sub Soil. do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth- Plows
r"piired on slurt uot.ee
Jan. I'd. T.II. M0RLEY iCo.
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A. SMITH & CO., (Late HotI, 1
Bro. Sl Co..) NO. 3, M AIN STREET, WARREN.
0. Dealers iu Drugs, Medici n-5 a:. I Chemicals, Phar- '
m aeeutical preparations. Perfumery, Sec. Also, a full
asMirtuieiit 'tt Paints. Oils, tt'induw 4.lass, Varnishes,'
Brushes, Scr. Sole a ents in the place for the sale of i
Jay tie a rumily Medicines, Ayer s Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
ramily Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
SW' WARE, &c. TIIE
s n vr oi"t rii?, inrviir ry it. r. Jameson Ot
Co., nithancw ar.d ulev ttcl oven the largest Cook
Move, Oenesaj-e Valley. eevate ovrti, Clinton, elev atetl
oven. Premium, elevateil oven, Oiiio Preuium, and
tt Oman's Rights Stoie.
JAESOX k CO., continue to
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manufacture Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
utb-rn. with heavy copyter heaters.
Eave -troughs ut up on shrt notic and warranted
of good material; also, all kinds of Jj Work dune in
goo-! style.
tt arrcn. March 29. 1S54.
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HE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
who have tried it, say it surpassess any other kind of
plow in use. Several preniitms have lieen awariled it
at State anil County Fairs. T. II. MORLEY 4k Co.
Jan. 19, 154.
1 FARMERS ! WHEAT is worth One
a. D-llar aild Firty Cents er bushel. Will you nse
Mor Plow, when at Morley "s Foundry they keep a
gooii article, anil warrant them.
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TSHF, Mnufactured by ,
- T. II. MORLEi Ac Co.. will do better work than
Mhrf p()W ju Uje uilc,t( ohio ..iCepttheMicl.iiran !
Jlarch j, l.-al.
a"u'de Plow. mar. 5. 'il i
QT0VES, TINWARE, tfec., XewA ;
i""op on aiaraet street. I nose wno wisn to
purchase thinirs in hi. lir.e are invite.1 to call at I
the shoji of E. ti HOLLINliSVVORTH. at Cranage's old '
t:,.l. rt ,lo..r K.-I... K.n.oin. ll-.ll tl.rL-.-t st . h..
theywill find a lar-e assortment of Stoves. Tinware,
ipanue I war.-. Rriu.niiia-ware. Copr Kettles. Bras
Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kinds. Clrear and Onoo.
Call at Hollinirsworth's before you buy. Job-work
and repairini; done on reasonable terms and with de-
spitrh. llol.LlNUsWOUTH tt FITCH.
Warren. October 13. '.VI. I
'PHE GREATEST Side Splitter of the t
A. A-ff The Chronicle of PinevilL This Book em-
rices sketches or anvisnir scen-s, incidents-, and
characters of Oeorjia and Altltama, by the author ot I
M iznr Join s' Courtship, at i
-iec) Baldwin's, j
w.
PAINE, M. D Has returned
from his visit to the E istern Hospitals, and
will resume his practice as Poysiriati and Sur-.'eou. Of- ,
li.-r aiid residence as form rly, ou High Mr eet. ttarrcn, ,
Ohio. I b-c. J7, '54. i
1 L A N K ROAD-NO ITCE. Tlic !
A Stockholders in the Niles A Austintown Plank I
Road Sl Turnpike Cotnpanji, are hereiy notiti' ) Uiat
there will be an election held at the St "ire of 11. H. -M
tsoh- in Nile. ou tt e l;:elay, .'th tlay J inu-iry, IK5
for the purpose of elect Seven Directors fur the en
snii:g year. JAt Oli ROBESON, President. i
II. II. Al sisox, ecrt taty.
Niles, Dec. J7, li-54-4
PACKARD Jt "bARNLM have on j
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10 Tons et Pitts' nrgh Horse Shoe Bar.
2 " Norwegian Nail Rod.
70 Btrs -x.'j Se-les Iron,
id Junhitta II muneretl do.
5t Sleih Shes Steel,
p o ? ,-tts Bujjy Sprincs. asi- r.e !.
io Common an-l Patent Axles.
Call as n-:rtl, at th lar;et an 1 o I lest IT irdware
Store in th West, d -T PAI'KVKD At HAKN'TM.
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WOOL DELA1XEJ3
V.I
Xujt selling for i5 c.-nt ier yard, at tiie
jan 3 W ARK EN DRY 0O0DS STORE.
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tinoar. ju rinfe ! 1
Tin, Ctiemic for Coloring tlreen,ainl dye siu3s ol '
-ry dj-.cr.iftio ,. For aic low i.y
May 31. PORTER & Co.
I. ECU TORS NOTICE
A J Nutiee ji !nT ''i,v iriven that the su'-tcrilters have
e n a;jt-:utc I Exccutorj ir. th-r E-tato of Pvter Carl
t t't d-'cease i, late of Lthcrtv Tn'iu -ull Co. Ohio.
FRANCIS B. CAlil.TOX
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ceivins lr.-sh Uru.-s direct fr .:.. ..-t y..rk and i i ia
Iph.a, .-utcll Vie m ..writ!.' f..r i'astt iuk-cv. I- I
cannot fail iriviu- sal.sfact.oa.
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nt the late rair for
Hrgest. ehet and I est sc! Ct'd toclt of
t.KiX EKILA.M YANKEE Ml'lNS
in the County, was awarded to D mlap d SiraKT, wlio
have just received the cio?t c aipi-te as 'riniei.i ever
otTeretl to the teople of Oid Truu' nil. P'-.rcb -.se I :r-ce
the rreut decline in prices, which ei:a' .Ie i!.:-ai to ..cr
the following proraiunie of E ttiM-s. I'.-inka I;-?. H'tr
abU i:d FaiicyMes. at ratel whicli tll a; uii-h peli
ticii I s. Iltiow N"tb r .-j, A:c..aU c-f kli'mi t!: tbe r-t
of buixan cr.;t-r. are .nv:te i t a.;r. ! tJc .-.lior.
free -.r t.s t i,ot .:. g. .:... ren li ..i ; r.c-',n .i.a. oci
the st'ics. c in ; -:rr ;?
H4 B.xe. it iisl: s. ! i - l: - t .
iM K-..n s p: I J :v . 1 ..
ti a-ir-- 1 !.!. ' - T---. i'l i-r.ce.
A) trtt, I.i-on Kio ir .r. .V !.as i : r.
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Ml Jit Pi.:.le. l - I, .,.:. r-fc-.
5 b .vli Its rt. i : M r:.-,r.ill grioe.
jl) hotrr-r K'r icer. -;!-. i:z-..'
10 ttafr - - " P. b-r!
U :ir d M " do.
I hh 1 .. V t. STwr. .V" irro. v - .
50 hnls. Molasses. .Vi il urs " A s 7
10 " S H Syrup. 00 - Fancy Brand
50 1 i. Iierman Mrer-ichann:". Ch 'CoHte ; rc-a :
I i round Pejtper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes tore of tiiat
Fountain St.ir-h. the nicest thiti- :; Corn Starch,
Tnpiocca. I'arina. kc.. for Pnddirs ; ii B.xv Stearin
Cm. dies ; .i0 Boxes Tallow Candles ; jo rrojs Pin.aml
i Pmt Flask : i gros Wicker Flasks: Almonds;
Brazil Nuts. Filberts; Perrin; En-h-h ttae..itts;
Pei Nuts : CitroT' : Z into Currant ; Prnu-s . St- - lies
Raisins: Cnt-and-Dry Chewing and Sinokiutf T'-aito:
Brandies ; tt'tnes ; Rum ; din and tt htky. 1 y the bur
rei. A complete assurtrucnt of iaiik-e Notions, Sta
tionery. Blank IV mi fen. .Memoritiduias. cce.. all of whieb
is off" ret I io ti;e Jobbing Trade at a small adiance fr:ut
New York prices. We have not the time or space to
enumerate our stock in full, but lest our plea on th--hoe
that YOl ' will i all. si:t. si v. and liaally. hi
the second place, seventeenth Iy. we hvg leave to uL
scribe ourselves rrnlv Vourn."'
DL'NLAP A STEWART.
4 qr 3 Jiturie: Street.
Nov. 1, 1-04.
Warren,
I?AIR ! FAIR ! ! CHEAP IN'OVELS
L BY THE CORD.
Sjiantsh Musk'.-teer ; by Lieut. Murray.
Tile Naval Omcer ; " " "
" Red Revensier, Pirate Kine; of the Floridas.
M black Avenger of the Spanish Main.
White Hover, or the Lovely Maid of Louisiana.
' Ocean Martr. or Hunter Spy.
Ivan the Serf Tale of Russia.
Rosalt-tte. Flower tiirl of Paris.
Anirelo, or the Convent of Santa Clara.
llible'Talld. the Buccaneer t'ar-!;iiii.
The Rival brothers ; by II. P. Cheeter.
Russian tiuar'lsiiijtii ; ty hu I'eriy Poore.
Fanny CauipVU, the F -m-ili Pirnc.
At the XE)V lltiiK IW)iKST.)liE.
V.. 'Si, .Vais Strer', ofew doirs Suti oftketvs!
Othee, ftarren, Okim.
Oct. H, lj.
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leretofore existing betet-:n the su seri;.;-rs n-i
der the name and style of S. Ac C. Moser is tit s .; iy i;s
solved y mutual consent. The notes an I aeeiwn?:a d
the lute tirm, are in the hand of S ui.uei Mi.,,-r f .
Settlement. SA"it EL 'i-l.-K it.
tt arret., July 24, 1S3I. ( ihiMibU .Mo.-LIL
Ctr-PARTNERSHIP. The umlersi-nsl.of th- but
firm of S it C MOSKR. has this day a-ociate.l with h:ni
Mich . el Mfser, for the purpose of c :. tinning the iti
c:iutile business at the old st-tiel. uinler the n;uue uii.l
style of C. St M. Moser. Tu-y r --eelhilly iuv.te a
Coutiuuance of the atronage so lieraliv exteu.!-1 1
tiie Lite firm. C0RNLLK S MOSER.
Warren, July -ii, 1S54.
T
MIE SlACiUUS Sales Rooms of E.
E. II0YT Sl Co. No. 1. Main street, otle.-s great
bargains in Broal Cloths. Satinets, Kentucky Jeai.s.
Slimmer 0omIh, (Prints of the grmmtne timU.) Siieetius. :
nleacheil aiit Brown, Irish Liuus. and k-ime very i. .tv
Muslin Collars. api -.ti
FOUND A POCKET-BOOK contain
ing juite a sum nf money and papers, which the.
owner cui have by calling ai the Nu York Ro ; St u e,
proving prop-rty and paving for this advertisement.
Warreu, Nov. -J- l-.il. R. A. A. ULlWIX.
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Bru.
sels. Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
Venetian, at the
apr M NEW-YORK STOHF.
FRENCH MERIX0ES, the largest
and most corapl -te of colors in town. Also Co
hurirs, all wool llala Plaids and Detains, Muslin dr
berjtesaud other liress Uoods I t the piece or vard. a
the SKW VOKK STOKE.
Oct. 4.
piXE SHINGLES on hand (.oostof
L the time.) PACKARD c! BARNTM.
Oct. ij, li-a-l.
I DD1NGS fe MORGAN are now re-
1 ceivinii their FALL STOCK OF IIOOPS. embrien:?
very lare assortment iu all the d-partments of their
trade. The iroods have been bouzbt at the lowest
prices of the depressed market wiih the sjieci tl refer
ence to the sTSiJtiiKH' T of times, and will lie sold nc
cordin-rlv. For taoodsal low prices iioinireat the
loot !." KMI'IRK STORK.
IINE SASH.
1 r-U I.i. eh I Tr O rvtei Dtttlirv ... 1
lono Oxl-J " - - 4'4oi
10W I0x!4 " - - -3v'
Othtr stes in proportion. Orders for Blinds an I
Djor punctually att-'nde 1 to. All work warranted i
dual to the nest. PACKARD A. BARN CM, A -'is.
warren. Onto. IH'C. ".
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and snuare B roc in and Bay Suite Shawls, sjU
cheap, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY 000DS STORE.
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ELP CASH-US ! !'
Slow customers, and all others owing ns
money p;ust due, are resjtectfally infortned that tuey
must pay ns. We sell our -'o Is at rash prices, and
exer: rash for them-tt-sometime. A word tt rhe wise
sufficient. oct I- PACKARD Sl BARXI'M.
N
TEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
The sn'iscril-er are now n-c-iviirr a lar--e and
desiraole S.ocli of FALL AND WIMEi: 0 oLiS, to
which th,-y invite the attention of the, die i- lenily.
Their (ioo.ls will I e offered a: prices that aill defy all
Competition for rea-t-'-naif. or in exchange for Produce.
Appro veil credit 011 short time will tte given.
Warren, Oct. is, leal. C. Ok 31 MOSER.
As
SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
lf Farmer. Neigh or. what Plo.v do yun nsj ?
'2nd farmer.- Well, I hare J. Long's No. 4. and
several other kinds, but M or ley's Star Plow treats them
all.
lr Farmer.X must go to Wirrjn and nt a Star
Plow. (Ooes to Warren and returns in course of Oit
day.)
lmd Farmer. Hallo, Xe:ghlor, what have you got
there ?
Uf F.irmrr. One of Morley s D-Mt'de Plows. He says
btrits the Star Plow, and no m:suUe.
Surf Farmer. Can't 'f poSM'-.e' but fit !oes. I
will ouv one. F.rit both Farmer., orttf frm th t'futr-.)
The Dou le Plow proves to e the best ; in fact it dot s
better work than any single Pbw can do. Tin- we ' trr
I tee. or no sale. T. 11. MuRLEY X Co.
April 14.
FARMERS ATTEXTI0X .Those- of '
you who wish to s w any S'elti;r Wit e it. cat; 1 e
supplied wiih this val'ia'slfs and nt t sj f.Lits of .ti n
calling soun nt tne Monroe llttuj-j. tt tut'?.- t': n b.-y
fur sect) oiily, can also Se had.
tt irren, Sept -M. l-.il. ALUl'STCS iiRAErEU.
T ACES and
Einbro'blciifs, II. mi mi ;
1. J Collars, etc., to wh
h the attenti'in of the lHilict .
invited, at the
(apriii) NtW-lOKK sTORK. j
500
apr -fi
PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
sale cheaier than the rheapvst. at the ,
NEV. TtUKK SfOKp;.
N1
TEW YORK STORE.
PARKS dc WENTZ, are now receivin- their
usual full stock of F 1.1.1. and Wijitki tiooos, I-ouht
since the late DECLINE IN PRICES, to which they
Invite the attention of their frieuds, former patrons
and the public, simply remark iug tint they are xxves
BK f.DvHSOLO. iC" -
QiLK "BONNETS. sTaI Silk
fO nets, which are worthy the attention of the 1 lie.
Oct. 4. NEW YORK STOKE.
T"EST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
11 " That bi
' has Oiis dav arrivel.
PACKARD o; BARN I'M.
Oct. 4
BOOTS SHOES, and LeutWr at
rOct.4 1 NEW YORK STORE. !
L Oct.,
4 Minn w,
A lAuU' ' 1
- ' hoily. I ut w.
COUIltS Settled. Or VC W
e do not m-an to oHi ml
we must have our Noti-s an.l Ac
counts settled, or we will be uldi.'cd to leave th-.-ta at ;
S.,mres' Ollice for eollectita. ,.., i
arrM.Sor.l, a I. J.JMr0N.sE!.I-1
. I'l-'FT t'IFVl? DRY l'lK'
If I r,'--1 -L.C..V U, Ul I , 1 1 - C. .
t V' V 'Ll'MltKR, 1 , 1.',, l? an-l- iuch--s thick.
tuitalde for S ish, Biin.ls ai. I D T-,. r..r sate !-v
Oct 1.-54. PA KAHD iS; !! !irM.
"PRENCH
TAS. Co
RENCII iMERINOES, PARAMAT-
CokHirgs, Mohair, Luircs, Altiactas aud
Cashmeres, sclliuu at reiluceO ;nces, -t th
jau 3 WARREN DRY OOODS STvHIl.
MILKS! SILKS! A lar.e quantity
ui'i variety, comprising n;u i.-ori-i t.:u-. . i
Stripes an 1 C'iaea''U. Also, a variety of ibcu.ci
Silks and Sitiiis,ch-ier than ev.-r. :.t th
j.tn 3 tt'AKREN DRY OOODS STii2;H
B
LACK and Colored Cli:;kin Clo:!is ; j
t'biaks, 31autil1as. Ac. al tV
jau 3 Vi A UUE.N Dl.Y 0 .)L STJai
SPANISH MOSS bvsli.-bal- or lb. ,
Cr.- ier.1 !
I .eznTiing !
Harness Trimmings, best:uality i-r.ri
r..r,is T.t
iune S PATCH Jc ALLISON'.
TJARXESS VARNISH, Whip L.ih. s,
1- Log and Trice (. hams, breed ncr l.o.t) -i. Itns!
. :.. ...... t.-,. i . i.. ...
Siiver Oag R-ins and Chains. Carriage Avn ji'S
Jaftauned, Silver Brass aud -tot, t.rtt
juite PATCH & A ' --s.lN S.
liar of our I'nion.
The Auirr'cau Cntsr. "r.
li .l ien Ibii!.
W -,v -riy M.nuili.
B.VI.Il'i-. l.N'S l;.r.st iri
V o.'sN E W I R I" G
tileason's P.ctoii.ii.
S,:i':t'iiiic Auericau.
T i be b i.l .11
I". l.s.V4 3oi.
3HRTER &.
STOKK. Ths proprietors of tii
aN UUUliS A.NU Ull. I T lews
from 1
ouipicl-. in 1 vol. I'Mo price Slb'J. Afnic.-'ii'i -;
Jcceitcl at ALMV;
f li vl.DWIN'S-
Mils. NN
V s
Knit
STKVKXV Cooip! -!e a:.le U I'rotcbct nbd K:
Knitting, suital'le fi;r ll .lliday t,.!'"... (... -.i
i
'or
IMui'HY
SEED. Alt w Uu-
in ;
rr.n se - l r r sui-5 l y
IK I-. l!i:0i,
CEC'ND HANU Hooks,
.
lr ;lle
, Ma.u si.
c'i -a'.t at 1'ALUiH. it.o.i .Lre
rPIIE PREMIUM 1
A th Hnr. chaiit at.
Srr. 1.. l-s5l.
Sottla.
VTATIONAL I10TE-
. CIiapiTiRn,
i , e. tt-rrer, 0-
; T. Hull",
.. ...i east of th
mat fl
! it Proprietor, east side Pu I
i 17 A GLE HOUSE, by
! 1 J '.I :-';-t street, ttarrcn. ..
14 Pr-
tlfpsu'ans.
I AO T. T. DAVIS. EtLKC-fc Fhts-
I s i' ot ti - iti.s 0:; ice iu Nicho'ii' IM Jture,
Mii . ' r - t. H ;r:
id : I-!, . s-,
M- for
:i Wll!
y Doc:
n-i a f ill st e of Ki leeti
. D.vii at thi X o-i"y!ace.
T:i. M. EAMES. M. D., Pliyi'ian,
-e ii in ! Dentist. Wini'.haiu. Portafte Co .
!--:-S0:i;
"V a'mEs'j .lS()N,-Physi'iitii and
tt St.-.-..ii. ..Ci.-- on S.ntii side of Market street, (or
M iir.! '. or do-.rs East of the lianli. Warren.O. apr -2
I)
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Snrpesn. n!oomfi.-l.l. Tmml nil Co.. O.
1? V. TOWNSEXD, M. D.. Homeo-
I J, j,.,iie Phvsieian. OrTiee in ntliU's Brick Block,
n-sr tii' American Hotel. Warnn. . aprjy
I0I1X 15 tk JULIAN HARMON.
O Pbv.'irian an urreons, oSce 'orth side of th
I-nblic S quire. Yar.en,U. QclVl T
... rtumt. w. p. T. rr. raKxt.t. u. .
J& T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and
SnrL-eons. Ollice ami resi.leaee on Liberty St.,
south of the Episcopal Church, Warren, 0. "ar lOy
w
t PAINE, M. D., Physician and
. Surveon. Particnlar attention eiven to th.
treittinetit of Cancer, j-irrofala and Lung Diseases. Of
fice and residence on lli,'h street. mar 8
3l.crr.riis.
LBERT PERRY. Ai'orney at Law.
S 4 t-ec'al atterlio'a jriven to collection. STid ths
pro4-rtition of Pt.-:i6iou and Bounty Lid I claims
IVarrcuO. jan 10 'i5-ly-$J.
TlHILO E. REED, Attorney nt Law,
-L W arren, Ohio. O.oce o.cr New Y ri Store.
atty 111,'54-tf
V LI.EN 07b' U LLERTAttorney at Law
. OHice over Soiitfis oi McComii Store. Corner
Blick. Warren. ). Jan. 1st If54. ly
JF. ASPER. Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, W arren, Tmnibuil Cw 0.
DD. BELDEN. Attorney and Coun-
selior.it l.a.i", '.'V-.-r Smith k. Jk-Coinb's Store,
cr.rn. r l tin and iai et Mrett-, arrcn, O. no, Vj
I0HN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
f I and lienwal Collector of Ilome and Foreixn Claims.
Ollice over Smiths at JicCotnl.s' Store. Warren. 0. sar
i. no.-rw.i,. a. r. Rart.:rr.
I It FF MAN &. RATLIFF. Attorneys
A .A at Law. oiiiceou Lioerly St Warren. 0., oppo
Slie the Co ir; iloaw:. - s-ctiitf
n. i..:ii,;tTT. J. dolso, cox.
T EG.GETT Sc COX. Attorneys and
A-J Counsellors at Law. Ollice over Moser' Store,
Market str-et. W arren, O. je 16-sf
jort :i- T- h .s. . t. crams.
HUTCIlIXSiic CURTISS, Attorneyt
at L .w. 0;bcron North Main street, near th
resitli-uce ot John Hutchius, Warren, 0. aug 1 tf
T TOI TM rr. OIO. H. T0TTL.
l,;UTLIFF tk TUTTLE, Attorney at
k- Law. and Sol'o'tor in Chancery. Warren. Trum
bnl! county. O.. still continue their business at their old
olhce. on lli.h street, tiro doors west of the American
House. mar ) J
"iTanafiirtnrrrs.
BP. JAMESON & Co., Dealers in
. Stoves. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin,
Cheese Vats, Jtc, Ko. It) Main Su, Warren, 0. saar2w
E SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
Sish, Doors and Window Blind. Factory OB
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan 26y
I7ELL0WS k MORLEY, Manufactu-
A rers of Plows, Cu'tivators. Ac. Shop east of Tay
ler's Warehouse, ou the Canal, Warren, O. Sep 30tf
T0IIN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
f I Waeon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market sts.. Warren, O. mar 3 '
l L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G. .
2 V B-tools.l Wholesale and R-tail Dealer in Hard
ware. Cutlery, 4c. Warreu, Ohio. no, gi
p E0. T. T0WNSEND, Cabinet and
T Chiir Mi-.ker. OiranL Trnm'mll, CoO. Coffin
made and delivereil ou the shorf-nt notice. Funerals
attended without extra charge for Hearse. aug tty .
rp II.
-A- ri-r
MORLEY tt Co., Manufactu-
.-rs of Moves, Hollow Ware, and Castings eenw-
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler W"ar
house. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
Oiiio. Sep 30 rf
I0LLINGSWORTH it FITCH,
D liters in Stoves, Tiu Ware, Japanned Warw,
Britt-Miia Ware. Coppr Kettles, Brass Kettle., and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors .
below Empire Hall, Market stret. Warren. 0. mar 9
p A.A.BALDWIN, Wholesale
IA an I R-tail II))';5MI;r. 33 Main Street. few
loors sauth of the Post 0ifi--s, Warren, 9. nor 11
IL'LIUS VAUTK0T. Manufacture.
?J and IX-aler in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry. Sil
ver Ware, ami Fancy floods. Market street. Empire
Block, ttarrcn, O. tt'atches carefully repaired and
warranted. Jnn 7
ATC11 & A LLISON'" Dealers in Sad-
JL dlery Hardware. Carriage Trimmings, and Maim
facturers of Sa I be-. Bridles. Harness, trunks. Valises
fcc, iain street, U arrcn. O.
I DD1NGS &; MORGAN, Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Dry Ooo Is, tiroceries. Crockery,
lianlvi are. Carpet. -j-,'. Sole Lcallier, Jccat the Sign of
I he, Ktnttire Store, Warreu, O.
C& M. MOSER. D M?ers in Foreign,
aud Domestic Dry Goods. Hani ware. Groceries),
vl-.vii-i-.ari-, Boots, Shoe. !!::ts. Caps, Ready MaU
Clothing, ac, Market Street, Warren, O. aug
ARKS & WEXTZ, Driers in FoT-
I- e:gu aud iHiestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boot.
Sh.j-i and Lt-uher. Carpvt.u . Papr llaiigiiigs, tt in
djw Sim le. hVaity Ma.ie Clotniug. 4tc always cheap
lor r.a iy pay at the New -York Store.
T ALTER KING & SON. Dealers in
T f tt..tci.es, Cl-cs. Jcelrj, Silver Plated and
Ri.ttaiiiu Ware, Laui)e, l-'ui.cy too.is. tScc. No. 9, Mam
su-evi. Warren. O. All kn.ds of Clocks anu Walche
carefuil- reiaiml aud warranted. aar 3
pACKARD tk BARNUM. (Succes-
1- srs to Warreu P ickar.i,) ttiloeale and Retail
lie tier ui t'urigu an i Aiuericau Hardware, Iron,
Paitsta, aud Carrue lriaaiiuis, at the Tall Brick, .
Varmi., f.
U B. TAYLER. Forwarding and
ATI. 4 aiu.;s-i;.,u Mercliaut, and dealer iu Flour,
Sal:, i ish. Plaster, 4cc Warren, Ohio.
T1 E. LEFl ING WELL, Forwarding
V and Couiuiissiou Merchant, and dealer in Flour.
?.t. K h. Plaster. Ac-, Ac, W arreu, O. mar 31 It
CTEVENS tk Co., Commission Mer-
O ciiants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratus, Fish,
fruit, and 1'rolui.c ent-ri'.ll.v. Nos. 1-1 and 1G Second
Stri-'-t. l-taeen M.i:n and Sycamore, Ciucluuati, 0.
UrssKtrT: Li- .u, Bics st Co.; Wiishire, Bri
to!, fcc; John Snaey ft Co.; Swasey A. Wise ; Harrl
.111 . lluopur ; K.iuuci k. Dudley, and Merchant ren
trally. apriil y
itlisrtllantcns.
io.
Bo
;EPH IIAZELDINE, Dealer in
Uishon le. Ciiii ls Melodeons. Mr. Uaxeldtn.
keeps constantly oil Irind the best Melo-leons, which h.
wiil liirinsa at manui Itiiirer s i,:ws.a r ai uwiwu,
Trumbull county. O. lnstruetions iriven gratis to pur.
cl:a-.ers. Kopairiiig and tuning done with neatness and
dispatch. BB?
I" AWS, RHODES k BARR, General
.M.ti Prosluce Comuii.-saioii M.ichajits, No. s.'3 West Co-lu:.ii-ns
St.. Clnci'iri-f, O. (Customers on the Reserrn
are referred to J. M. R.owu, North Bi.tomlleld.) ary
j. xv. ur.o'iK'.
Rt rrs TIIOMa.3,
I ROOKS iir THOMAS, Fashionable
1 Tailors, rooms jvit Nichols Hat Store, Main StU
W-trren. hio. l::r:ici!ar atttTitio:. .aid tu cutting,
and warrant sl to lit ii properly uuie up. feh 9 y
TEW STAGE LINE. Tin? subseri-
X. 1 bvs have co:iu.iTced ruiifiiiga t4ro horse Coach
from Paitte-'vire;o I'.l ..ji-.f 1.. for ti: ; a-.comniouation
.a the tr.ivcl;tig pni:ic. The Coach a tit leave the Amer
iciri Moiiie. ;it pa.M.'iVilV. I i.lays. tt'!.iiierida.and
Fri. lays. ami returning, wi II leave Bloomfictu. Tuestlays
rtiiirsd.ivs and Satt.v i:ij s. 'i'ii Coach will get into
Piuiesvitie in time to inet tlie Express Trains for
Clvv:.u. 1 a?id ll i'i ihi;-md returning. ill reach K.oom
li -M i:i s-jasou t ti:. t the tt arren ::d Ashta' ula Hack,
11. I aiso the Hack fro a. Kinsitutti to Cha-rrin Fslis,
J. S. MACSH.
i:tonn;ft.-t I. Jure T. !-.Vl tf W. C. FAIRBANKS,
rPIIE CLIXT0X J.IXE RAIL ROAD
1. COM'.. a Y NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Tli- Annua! a ceding of St-)ckl;-jM-,r.s of tae Cliutort
L:ue : i:I It ... U r:ll 'e; K : 1 on tt-lnenlay. the ?4rh
of J i.i;.ir liCii, at ; o'Xzz of tl.e C mpauy, ia Hud
b.t.. J. V. C0E. Secretary.
JuB.3I.3t
( BATTLE rOWDEIl '-Rnrininjr, Fron-
V; ii.-M tt Cos Ccr.!vTrted Ve .' rta Cattk- Purdcf
e -nsunily on li:d a?:d for s.lt in la--e or siraall qtan
t it -s l.y tai 3UtjCi-i.'cr.-, vruo are solu Agents for tuit
N. It. N me :re
MiTidi I '. -5-
-'ciaint aulas -, rrocurotl of
t C. ik. M. MOSER. Ait'm.
I OOUS, DOORS, DOORS.-To Con.
ja - tractor-'. C :; ;;ters nnil fl.tii.I t-. tt'o enn (Kirn ith
y.'i .. ' 1TJ1 Pai.ei 1 .0. uf ail styL-3, a .""-a; --.-ai cheaper
th ir. you 1 1:1 m;.!- t!i ui y nau', md ns good if ftok
ijett'T.) l:iaul cjta u.ut ui:; wvri aul prices; yoi
ctll?' . aaii I wi'.ii I'oi.i. A lii cral li-i'.iutit to wiol.
ti.v ii a let L xi. Ait Sl SON.
'TmTe .OU-DES oFIROX. Menu y
I Zinc, C cr, S :ln!i.:r, r?id PoJurD. Ri-s-i
i:ii ', t i f ::e. ' i . : "p ..y It . tro ;e:u . Con jintlr
h ;!. a:, i fi " ;.e iw at.
May POii': ER Sl Co.
i.L o,r i::" javxe-s FAMILY
ai 3. 'il.-tt-.-lX, r- f"ei!, s,:n 0s
v,Ti. ' I'VltrVRkCo,

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