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f RRMS Own lauu a Firrr Cxwr ia a4vnee.
tin DLLi i p ssrm il delayed liu lftT th ex
piratiua of three months,
Try' paper discontinued until mil arrearage are.
KATES 0 APYERTI31XO.
Twelve ltne. or leu. on insertion, - S
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. . mch aa4ainsU snsertUn,
twelve lus,r less, three moiitn,
Twent-3a- Ue, throe axu
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ThirtT ia linaa, three aaaiUha
Adrertiiiae arer Uia amwaat, at the rate f ftr dot
' Ian per oalaanaw
Addreaa Carda, Inaerted for thf year, at tl 00 per Uae.
Harirc a well aeleete.1 aaaartment of Job rMirtinr
aaaterial, we are prepared ta eretute in the Tere beat
aaanner all kiadt f ptala and fane Beak and Jvb
Printlag, irrH Afl
Check Boekt. Bill Heads,
Jnnicn' Blank, Lawyers' Blanks,
Shew Bills, Certificates.
BilH. Baak Cherka,
Store Bills, Bills of Lading,
Ball tieketa. Manifests, etc
T f- thine done in the shape of Printing, at
ach prices as cannot fail to nit. and on the shortest
notice- We keep eonnintlj- en hand a carefnlW selec
ted aMortaeat of Cards and fine Stationery, front which
ajose ta want at t nuiuif:au
Jastices' ! Constable Blanla,
WARRANTEB, MORTGAGE QUIT-CLAIM DEEDS,
caaojn, atacCTtoaa, acaeoiaaa. sm.
Constantly on hand and for sale.
Xtrcnlara, . .
MODEL SIXGIXG BOOK,
owe caJtTxa or a atLUoa carta !
T I. B. WOODBURY. Since the
publication of the "Dulcimer" to the iasaing of
the "CVTKARA, one quarter million copies or Jlr.
Woodbury's hooks have been sold. Such ia the ac
knowledged exeelenc of the Dulcimer, both in kind
and quality, that it has been made the model for every
spopatar Music Book published since it's appearance,
for it's equally esteemed successor, the Cythara, enthu
siastic praise reach as Irani all quarters of the coua-
-A 8EC0XB KBITIOS OF TWESTT TDOrSASD
' I new raaily, la which the few slight errors which es
caped notice tn the first twenty thousand are corrected.
Published by . J. Hmnwrow. Kew Xork.
Jan 14 "S, KINO tfc COM PANT, Cleveland, 0.
TO PURCHASERS or
"WATCHES, SILVER WARE, JEWELRY
THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully
present this catalome of their assortntent of
Watches, Jewelry. SUrer Ware and Fancy Goods, which j
will be found a extensive as that of any establishment ;
in the country, and has been made np with the knowl
edge acooired by eaperience of more than twenty years
devoted to the tmsineoa. Tendering as an expreasion
: of our thanks to the onmeroiU easterners who have fa
' wored as with their patronage, we trust onr exertions
will merit it's coDunnanee. It is onr intention and
determinatioB to keep sweh an mssottment as the de
' anaads of the variows sections of fhe coontry require,
i tod to sell ottr goods at the io-est Pric.
aaaranteed pore solid Hetal and of the highest finish.
Table Desert, and Tea
"'Plain Threads, Washington, Mayflower, Beaded,
Irani wick. Prince sUbert, French Patterns, plain and
; tipped. New patterns added as they appear. Table and
1 Desert Forks to match. Batter Knives, Soup Ladles.
Salt Spoons, Oyster Forks, Oj iter Ladles, Mustard
Spoons, Crumb kuires. Fish Slicers, Gravy Spoons, Pie
" Lifters, Cake Knives, lee Cream Knives, Preserve i
Spoons, Sugar & novels. Desert Knives. Sugar Baskets,
Pitchers and Goblets, Napkin Rings, Snuff and Tobacco
Boxes, Sugar Sifters, Card Baskets, Porte Monaies, i
" Card Cases, Oraye Scissors, Mustard Cupe.
The stock of Silver comprises nearly eTery article de- j
aired for ornament or utility, and cannot for beauty of
fltsign, quality and workmanship be surpassed by any
I twther store ia the country.
. SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Our extensire stocs of Goods in this department need
only to beseen and examined to be appreciated. We
. thare now a iarre assortment of the richest description
. sf Plated wares, and are almost daily adding to our
s of solid Silver.
aii.m rum oa ettsis silvcx aw aLaara.
Tea Spoon. Table Soons, Table Porka, Dessert
i Torks, Dessert Spoons, Batter Ksasres, Soup Ladles,
Mustard Spoons, Salt Spoons, Tea aad Coffee Set,
. Liquor Frames, Castors. Conee Urns, Wsiters and Trays
Butter-Coaler. Salt Cellera. Napkin Rings, Beer Mugs
- Cake aad Bread trays. Toast Racks.
' ' English and American. Fine irory-kandle Knirea
and Forks in seta.
Fine Ivory Tail and Dessert Knives with French
Fine Ivory Table and Dessert Knives withoat Fork,
r Ivory and Back Handled Beef Slicers.
Pastry Forks. Kitchen Carvers and Steels.
Knife Renovators, Children's Knives and Forks, and
' a large stock of English and American Pocket Cutlery.
We aak purchasers to examine oar stock of
aarranwiA sirrax. vaii.
Tea and Coffee Pot, Cream Jug, Sugar and Slop
Bowls, in sets or singly.
Tea aad Table Spoons, Tea and Coffee Urn.
Candlesticks. Molasses Caps, Water Pitcher.
, Mug for Children. Castor Frame with Bottles. ;
Communion Ware. Tarkarda, Cups, Plate. BooU, &m
We are prepared to ofler Great inducement ia j
"t " GOLD AXD SILYER WATCHES.
Inelvding all of the best makers in Loadea, Liver
pool and Geneva. The assortment consists in part of
the following maker
W. B Adam et Son', T. F, Cooper :
M- J. Tobias. Jos'h Johnson ;
James Stodard, H. F. Cowderoy, Raskell ;
K. C. Braeewridge, Hansen ;
James Hoddell, David Taylor, B. Stanton, Cart
am gut t
Titos. D. Yinton, F. B. Adam & Son', Jules Jurgen
aen. (The last three warranted to perform the same In an
extreme of U degrees )
Mantandon, Perregaux, Matile;
" French, Giroud, Kardin,Jshn Magnla, and varioas
' other good makers.
We would add that oat of hundreds who have ased
or James Br indie Watches, we know not of one dissat
. isfied or who finds fault with them. Particular atten
' tion paid to adjusting Watches for Rail Road.
. We have as good a stock of Watches as can be found
' In the western country, and all warranted to perform
well; and we respectfully solicite a trial from those who
may be in want of a Gold Watch. We have aa exten
' sire assortment of
Consisting of Watch Chains, Gold Guard Curb, Fancy
-Oar. Faaey Patterns, Vest Curbs, all weighta, chased
graduated, ureek and round link paterna ; bntlemen '
Pin, Box and Glass Pins for the hair and itagu.reo
type. - LADIES' PDfl
Diamond, Pearl, Garnet, Ruby, Crystal, Coral. Hoa
' stic. Cameo, Gold, all aixes, various kinds; Chatelaine,
Pins and Chain, Locketa, Bracelets, Ear Rings, Ear
Knobs, Ear Wires. Bosom Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Snap
Head and Scarf Pins, Chain Slides, Eye Glasses. Gold
Spectacles. Gold Pencils, Crosses, Thimbles, Armlets,
Seal. Fob Key, Guard Key. Cuff Button, Chain by the
foot. Gold Swivel, and every description of fine Jewel
ry. All articles guaranteed as represented.
. We alio offer a rich and well selected Mock of
. - Comprising a variety of Porte Mpnaira, Reticules,
Toilet Boxe, Fans, Combs of all kind :
Hair aad Tooth Brushes, Cornelian and Jet Good ;
Domino. Chess-men, Checker-men, Opera Glassea;
Tobacco Boxes, Coral Bead. Thermometers; -.
. Oil Painting. Bronzed Mantle Ornament;
Sewing Birds, Crad Cue. Parse:
. Portfolio, Mathematical instruments ; -
Wax Beads, Soaps, Perfumery, Lubin'a Extract. fine
Hair Oils, together with a great variety of elegant goods
Having a practical knowledge or our business, and of
, trie wants and taste of the community, we are warrant
' cd in aaying that we M.n suit any buyers visiting oar
esttablishment. who wish to and a Large ud Fresh
Slock or Good. AIKEN t COOS,
jan 84 "Si, 3w. 47 WoddeB House, Cleveland. 0.
ae. piece aa elegant and hardly dkunguUltable from j
STATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
8. 8. Ia Court sf Probate.
Edmund P. Burnett, Ex'r, of Moses Cashmaa Dec'd.
Richard Borria, James Barri and Joha Castas an's
beir vix. Russet, David, Squire, Mary, Jane, and Cd
ssstia Caaamaa, et aL
The said defendant are aobfied that the said Execa-
tor, has Bled hi Petition in said Court, to obtaia uv.
. j ji . j r . . i ayr
border to sell, certain Lands, of said Deceased rix-aboat
113 acres wf Land, situated ia Hubbard, Trumbull Co.
This ranae will be for hearing an the 16th da Feb'.
A. D. IdSi.
f II TS I B W RI V Wl-W
Ex'r of Moses Cushssan Dec'd.
jan 24 S3 4w Br Allui 0. Ei llxe, his Attjr
SWANS TREATISE. Aw Edition
aa the Law relating to the powers, and duties of
Justice or the Peace, and Canatabtea ha the Btat sf
Ohio, with practical forma, at the
jan 2 KEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
JOHN DOWLING'S History of Ro
nanism, it' doctrine and ceremonies, it's politi
cal and religions machinery, it's nope and coancei.
at' intolerate Spirit and marderou practices, from it'
rigin U the present day at. BALDWIN'S
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BXRNUM
and Oreely, at jan 21 BALDWIN'S.
MY COURTSHIP . and it's
owe nee, l.y B'ickoff, ssurt ree'd at
jan 34 'aa.
SWAN'S MANUEL, 4th and last
edition for Executor and Adminisxrater. t
jan LM "ii. ADAMS.
HUMANITY IN THE CITY, by the
Kev. K. B. Chapin, A new aapply at
HO -D EN OS A W-NEE. or the
Leagues f the Iroi)uia, by Lewi B. Morgan,
corrisnond'ing memlier of the New York Hiatarical
oeiety, of the American Ethnological Society dcc. An
alegant book f &II0 pare and beautiful maps, for sale
at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. As well a a few more f I'V.i
those eheap family bibles. J"3'. ' Jan. I.
' ' I ink
TYPES OF MANKIND. Or Elhioloff- i-bjto,
s o , ar ::
A ca4 researches liasea apoa the ancient mem-1 tyrrill,
enema. Paintings, scuiptors aad Crania of race, and I ''
apon thstT NataraL wographical, Philologieal, Biblical
tliitory by J. C. Kou and Geo. JL Uilddon. Price
Sa.U1 A few copies joU rec d at ADAMS.
CAMPHINE OR PINE OIL. and
) Burning Flnid, for sale by
jsnei'AS, . A. SMITH At Ca.
4 l.fR.ESH MEAT FOR CASH..
im to n (tenner rocm irtTorm me cmzens ot n ar
ren aud vicinity that Freta Meat may I fminl hrreaf
te. until further ntire, a hit uld tn I" m Li erty
Street, on the mornings of Tuesday, Tftnrsilay sad 8t
urday of nrl week.
Ashe U determined to sell ONLT FOR CASH, wfcb
out respect to persons, he will le ena'xle.l. by hT..ug
the money down every time, t furnish meat -t a very
low figure. My eld friend aud customers are invited
to call. . ljauP"ij3, F. KARRTUER-
TEVT LYME WATEIl CURE.
The abore etaliilimtti will continues m sue-
cjtfui Tat!n. and is about to commence apn it'
fourth season. The largely recessed ntmW of a
tients Created at the etUMIshneiit the past ear. and
the lxrre naixr uf cures erteere I induce the subscri
ber to brlieve thvl do alace adonis superior !viitares
for treatment. Tar Mnre sVtrl.ihmcnt it bwatt-d tti
New LyiSrC. Ashtabula CouiitA-.Oiii. Terms from t'x
to eiirht do Mars per week, accordiug t ronmi talc n
! and attention :v. payable weekly invariA'lv. for !
I examination, and advice fr those that do not stay at ''
thecttre $1 ; for examination and writen precriition
or aome treatment r. aca m. if. rroitiet r.
Kew Lyme Jaa 17th, "S5 Sm
'10 THE DANCING PART OF
-1 COMMUNITY. We would respectfully call their
attention to a spleodrd kH of (Jut's GalrKaa, warr ant
es ta at any aina oi a root; wutcn must be sold, or
IT S ytT'Mrrotvr. rn
jan 1 JAS MrCOSSELACO.
ITF Tflt'r nn tiTr.,." I
Al AiiliAV UK 111b 1 OBIC i
CARDS. The Bate Leaves form a srstem of social
tramea Intended for Parlor Amucements and Education- :
al Incentives, or recwlar School Instruction. i
"It la beiiered that they possess all the social qnali-
Ues of Oaasiag Cards withoat that utter waste of time,
and tendency to dissipation. They inspire the com i
pany with mirth and furnish subjects for conversation;
provoke and excite inqairy and research, and rive
systematic arrangements to ideas and items." ek i
es'er Dailf JlmtrUtn. I
"The work has cost mnch laltor. and merits the appro-
hatioa of all those who would combine friendly eujoy- i
with intellectnal improvement. They may be used
in the school, the family or social circle. " Qemeset
From a careful examination f these Leaves, we
are of opinion that Mr. Brewster has furnished a val-
aahle and entertaining substitue for games of less in
terest and questionable morality" Aara AVs Yorker.
Testimonials from Clergymen, Principals of Acade
mies, and names well known ard ideutitied with the
cause of education, have been given in earnest com
mendation of this new instructive to mental and social i
lax Caaae, M in number, are put np in elegant
boxes, each accompanied with a book, giving full in
structions for the various games. Price otic per box,
or for sale in quantities by Bit.nwiK, at the
SEW YORK B0OK3TOKK,
S3, Main St. Warren, Ohio.
Petition to sell land.
Ephraim Thomas Adm'r 1
of 11a ry Anderson dec d
lames B. Anderson,
Jrtnley b. Anderson I
and others. j
The said James B. Anderson and Finler 9. Anderson
heirs of the said Mary Anderson, are hereby informed
that on the 16th, day or January 18.5, said administra
tor filed his petUir i in the Probate Court of Trumbull
County Ohio, the object and prayer of which petition
is uj oniain an order on me twenty too rtn day or reb
ruary A. D. IN55, for the sale of the following real Es
tate, to wit: situated in Liberty township No. 3 second
range of Townships, in the Connecticut Western Re
serve in the State of Ohio, in the County of Trumbull,
knowa by being part of lot No. 30, in said towuship of
Liberty and bounded as follows: Bf finning at the
south-east corner of said section No. SO, thence north
K Dec. 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 far that a line drawn partkrl with the first men
tioned line running to the South line of said section.
win contain twenty acres of land. Also, anoth
er lot of land situate-J in said township of LHiertv.
aforesaid known by part of lot No. 19, in said township
and bounded as follows :
Beginning at a point in the west line of said lot, at
the bouth west corner of land owned by Isaac Wages
which is twenty chains and forty links north from the
South west corner of said lot So. 19, thence east along
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 Ust mentioned line, or South
line of said Wages land to the west line of said lot,
shall contain s-ven acres of land.
EPHRAIM THOMAS. Adm'r of Mary Anderson, dec.
By PmteO E. Rno, his Atty.
jan 24 '55, 4w.
The State of Ohio In Petition for Partition
Trumbull County S. S- ia the Court of Cotatnon
1 Pleas of Trumbull Co., 0.
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed and de
livered, wherein, Stephen Pruden, and Pheha Pruden
are Plaintiffs, and Lyman Thompson, Jonathan Thomp
son, Silas Thompson, Iliram T. Thompson. James
Thompson, Seth Thompson, Catherine Thompson, Alri
ra Williams. John Mc'Clure, Lucy Mc'Ciure, John
Law, Sally Law, hamuel Doud and Mahila Doud, are
defendants, I shall expose to public sale at the door of
the Court House, in Warren, in said county, on Satur
day the 3d day of March, A. D. IH33, between the hours
10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. or said day, the
land and tenement described in the said petition, to
situate in t lenna lownamp. o. 4 to Katge
g. of bio- wnich it ,ljo in the con of T
bull, and is known by being part of lot No. 18, and is
bounded as follows : Beginning at the north-east cor
ner of the farm purchased by E.G. dc U. K. Booth, of Da
vid and Esther Acheson, (and is better known as tne
farm originally owned by Nathan B. Dawson) and from
thence running south along the west line of Abel Ty
ler's farm, to the east and west corner road, thence min
ing west along said Center Road to the south-east comer
five acres of land formally deeded to said James
Thompson, by U. K. Booth, and from thence north
along said Thompson' five acre lot. to it northsst
corner, thence running west alone the north line of
five acre tract to the lands of Hiram Burnett, thence
aorth along the east line of said Burnett's land, to land
owned by Samuel Squires (deceased) thence running
along said Squire's south line to the place of be
ginning, and to contain twenty acres of land, be the
same more or less, saut twenty acres or land appraised
Also the following described land and tenements tn
aid petition also described, to wit : situate in axid
Yienna Township, being Township No. 4, in said coun
ty of Trumbull, known by part of lot IS and is bounded
fa llow : Beginning at the south-east corner of lands
articled by Hiram Burnett on the east and west high
way 17 rod, thence north along James Thomson's, Jr.
line far enough to contain five acres of land,
thence west to said Burnett's land, thence south along
Burnett's east line to the place of beginning, and
contain five acres of land deeded by U. K. Booth to
James Thompson. Sen, April ljth. IroO. Recorded in
Trumbull county Record Book, 66, page 300, (aid five (5)
of land appraised at $ 100.
One-third of the purchase money to be paid oa the
of sale, one-third in one year thereafter, and one
in two years from said day of sale, and interest
thereon antil paid, with approved security.
H. R. HARM0X, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, January 34th 'ii, iw.
The President, Directors and
Company of the Western Res
Court of Common
Pleas of TrambaU
P. MeCormick, Jacob Robison,
John Battles and Josiah Bob
bins, Jr. I
MeCormick, non resident of the State of Ohio, is
hereby notified that the plaintiffs filed their petition in
Court, against the defendants on the SUth day of
January lrloj, asking judgement against them on two
promisory notes made by P. McCormiak. payable to the
of Robison At Battles, and endorsed h, tbm !
Bobbin Jr. to the plaint' lis ; said note dated
tat to, one payable ixty day after date, for
?50, and the other payable seventy days after date, for
with interest on said note from the time they
tiecatueoue, aua cost oi protest
An order of Aaachmont was issued, against the prop
erty of P. MeCormick. The plaintiffs, will take judg
ment hy default against aaid P. MeCormick, unless he
answer by toe 31st. day of March. ln.
UUTCUIN3 t CURTIS3.
24 'S3. 6w. Attys lor Plff.
THE STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull!
of ftumaata Barber, dec.,) Petition to sell
Samuel Clark, and others. ) Court of Probate.
n obedience to an order of sale, issued by tht Court
Probate, within and for said countv of Tramltull. on
15th day of Jan-, A. D. lu. and to me directed, I L'
I smfTssssr a.U.t .kli J a , W.
wvs raw, uv inmiv w -uuuv, uu r I IUR MAC S.aU
of February .A. D. JH5, on the premises, between the
of lu o'clock, A. M-, and 4 o'clock:. P. M., of said
the follotring described lands: SiUxsted in the
of Foaier, in said Trumbull county. Ohio,
knowa by being part of lot No. 5, in said town
ship, and bounded as follows: On the east by a high
way leading from Johnson to Vienna, on the south by
of Martin R. Gates, on the west by lands of
Halleck, and oa the north by a road leading
the centre of Fowler to the centre of Hartford,
containing fifty acres, be the same more or less.
The above lands are encumbered with Widow's
set off by metes and bounds, and will be sold
to said dower right The interest to be sold
been appraised at one thousand dollars. To be
onoeierrtd payments not exceeding two years.
Administratrix of R. Barber, dec'd.
Jfto. M. Sttjlu, her AUy. Jan. 17, 4w
Care or Voce Lckgs, irl'oc no hot wish to
or the Coxscjtrnow.
Pittsburgh, April IA, 1S47.
E. S el less Dear Sir. I hare on several occa
sions expressed to you personally, the high estimation
"i" 7""" ' 1 1 . r ' JL J",
family. I held your "Imperial Courh Strun." I
never known it to fu.il in relieving Coa?bs. Colds.
oppression of the Lang, when ased promptly, aud
according to your directions. I have given it to infant
children with highly beneficial effect; and so far a my
ease is concerned, a dose taken at night before re
tiring has invariably relieved me from Cough or any
duuigreeabie feeling or the chest. I always keep it in
house, and would not, on any account, be withoat it.
Every person who may use it, will prot-oonce it an
axreeeble.mild, yet highly elfeetive cough medicine,
in a climate a changahle as our, cannot fail to
great benefit to all who may give it a triaL
I am, sir, respectfully, yonr friend,
WM. II. WHITNEY.
Editor Pittsburgh Daily Chronicle.
Preired and sold by R. E. SELLERS t Co.,
le l.y PORTER & Co.. WarrenVandDgist
j- tri l uaaxsva ninMu i tie stale. jan 17 53,
Matthew R. Mackey,
Administrator of Abijab
In the Coavt of Com
mon Plea for Tram
aalll Ceanty, Ohio.
Gsi shorn Tnrnner, Mary A.
Turnner. Robertson Tnrnner,
Kaomi TyrriU, Menville Tyr-
riU, iioyt Tyrrill, Rosweg
Naomi Si II i man, Abijah Silli
ssan. Lor in da Bartholomew,
Abial Barthoiontcw, CWeste
Mackey, and Mary A. Prindle J
said Hoyt Tyrrill, and Roswell Tyrrill. are noti
fied that the said Matthew R, Mackey has filed a petition
Administrator as aforesaid, againrt the parties afore
said, made dV-fendants to recover of said Gush am and
iioiienson Tnrnner. trie turn of six hundred and seven
dollars, and interest tiiereoo. rinr the amount.
irgacies ny toe nuijaa lyrnii. arc o to the ' r
nvyx lyrrui, Saosweii xyrrii, naomi Siiliman,
A. Turnner, Lorinda Bartholomew. Celeste Mack- : "s flr
s.r.a ta a a.:i w-wr :- - ..j : Will
a Ji.,lT?lW Isi V .i.Twl;r ZTr !
at aid Abijab TyrriU, dec'd devised b,.id AM- !
T.-;il wa se.s.1 dli.aAn -ny U.Iw-.. T '
he payment, .forced. The "d lUvl'f.
ii . .. . . i i"iiwwiuf
the ' '
and Koswell Tyrrill must answer said netition
th n,v "f March Irii, or judgement wiU lit ren-
against them bv default.
SCTLIFF At rLTTLE. Attys. for PIT.
WAS ST JI ANU AL,-Fourth EditiW
aomiiiMxratora. luat reel veil bv exnress a larwe sunsslv. 1
ljanS4j MW YORK BOOJUTORB." j
NEW HARDWARE STORE. A
A. L. MOKLEV, ,-4
aeceMr l Jamea G. Br.V. Anlcr ia ITaaaa uc,
Ctntav. lloi. Sun t;i.4". vliere at.i!!luira
can lr fnun.l a Ur-e an I Trirrl aisortoirul f Jiul
Tr.inminp. fariter Tonls, &c.
flcTTi4 this iiy an.l now f nilir
6 .lot. W hi'-' C ut tr-el Aii.
4 " B'-aver'n "
TittNirrh Can Larrrll.
9 " R-mi nt nil's
30 Tn TitKlairrh Iran. af-TIil aiiei".
59 Ban-tin trit Norway Nail !.
Warren, Sot. 1, WH. A. L. MORLEV.
Harinr tki ilr .Id ray entire Sjorlt of llinlmri
tn A 1 Muai.rT. who will eommnr the huiinesa at the
olii Min-I, I tike thi inrth.nl of infnrmini; my oll
friend awl f.irmer pxtrma that I h.ill rrni.Vin with
Mr. MnRirt , where I shall be happy to cr thnn u
JANUARY AND FCDRUARY Ar
Dr. U. Tl BBS, Aanlytie Physician, will be at his
raoai. Warren, tiaskill livose, iittmtny Feb. 5.
Ona'EU, Mr. talon's Tursilay afternoon, Feb. C
o tvM,i rriuiii u3c laoday and WedaeMtay,
Tb" "-' Bronchitis and L.nrdi.eawr.
reference is Riven ta a aerere ease cured th.ee .ears
since. sh.winrreravery complete and permanent. Mr.
W. is iToprietor of a Hotel in tut t'level.ind, an old
resident, ami eeorraJlr known, of the utility of out
fene,l" thuanil can testify, and in no case, even
the 'aarabl, clu &T he used, rightly prescrilcd,
"r andivnlea attention being given to chronic die
eases, nearly aH the cures are of pers-tns who hare
thruiMy tried the routine or remedies (so called) now
eaunt. and many looming hopeles. martyrs ta ujHjlar
hat rejiUaiTe modes of treatment,
so mini roa x-isTLTtruis !
Dr. TuM neither bleed ntr blisters, nor is he a
Ilomeouhist ; he never oes Mercury. Antimony, Ar
ment senic. or any other Minerals, as ateWira agenu; nor is
he a ThoinpsotiiMii heneKhersteamsnorgiveaemeties.
His theory of disease differs from all others that hare
been a!o!ed, bat not more so than does his system of
treatment. He does not ataie tick Umtke veil, nor
rear on tm tmiu si again ; nor allay irritation by
patching up with aesyara.
Patients should mark well the dates given above.
Onr entire time being pre-engageil, attendance must
accord strictly with published announcements.
An unbiased opinion as to the nroliabititv of a core
Is always given subjecting the patient to bo expense
nthout a reasoaaole irospect of success.
BRONCHITIS ITS WORST STAGES CURED.
Da. Ti bs, Sir : When I commenced your treatment a
few mouths since, I was much debilitated, and suiTerinsj
from severe pain in the side, shortness of breath, weak.
nes9 and pain in the small of the lack. nizht. sweats.
res'iirdsnfss, coupling, and exirectoratmg profusely, of
ten raising a pint of whitish uHstauee in a single niorn
iug. Took cold frequently and a sorenensaud inltama
j tiou of the throat of two year standing, seemed iucreas
f iug and extending down upon the lungs. At times I
became so dizcy as to fall, unless near some object of
supfvurt. By use of your medicines I was entirely re-
heved. and am now as well and strong as ever before in
my life ; sm at work tlirouch all kinds of weatner, and
tiiouch sometimes wet, neither the cough nor soreness
titroat troubles me in the least.
lours respectfully. James S. Wklta.
East Cleveland. Dee t?5. IKil
rrilE STATE OF OHIO, TrumbulJ
Samuel Quinby, Executor of 1
Calvin G. Sutliff, j
. Iq Csurt of Com. Pleas.
Benjamin Bingham, Adeline
Biiit'lntm. and Milton Sutliff. J
The Dsfendants, Benjamin Bingham and Addison
Bingham, are hereby notified that the Plaintiff has tiled
his petition against said defendants in said Court, set
ting forth that on the l'-ttli day of April, IM'.t, said Ben
jamin gave his two promissury notes to said Calvin O.
SutlirT, then in full lire, and to said .Milton SutlilT, one
for $ 0, and one for f 100 with annual interest, the S
note payable on the 1st of Sept., li-oO, and the tluu
note payable the 1st of Sept., '1S51 ; and .hat said Ben
jamin limgham at the same time executed to said pay.
ees for the security of said notes a mortgage of the fol
lowing i-in'is. pan ot lot twenty-rour, in Greene Town
ship, in said County, bounded as follows : Beginning
the centre of the road running East and West through
the centre of the Township at the south-east corner
Aaron Bascom's land ; theiice north sixteen rods,
a post and to land heloniug to Edward Bascom ;
thence east ten rods ; theuca south sixteen rods to the
centre of said road ; thence west to the place of be
ginning, containing an acre of land, be the same more
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 G., made over to
nim all nis interest in said notes and mortgage ; that
there remains due and unpaid on said notts one hun
dred and forty dollars and upwards, and the mortgage
km wui., no wi.ni anu recorueu, ana oa become abso
lute and remains in Tull force : that netition nmv.
decree in favor of plaintiff against the defendant for
amount due on the notes ; and that the mortgaged
premise lie sold ror the payment of the same. The
said Benjamin Bingham and Adeline Bingham, who
reside witlicut said State, are required to apiear and
answer said petition hy the 31 Saturday of February
next, or aaid petition will be taken as confesssed to be
true, ana a decree entered accordingly.
By tk'Turr At Trn-Li, Att'ys. d 20-6wl
pOCRT OF COMMON PLEAS of
Trwmiiull County Ohio.
William McFarlaue 1
Guardian of Angelioe J
8. McFarlane. ft....- r. -
n i Petition for Partition
Asahel W. Porter and I
Charles S. Porter. I
The said Asahel W. Porter and Charles S. Porter are
nereny notined tnat s.irt H illuun McFarlane. Guardian
Angeline S. M-rarlane, -n the 13th. day or January
v. i"jo, nie t nis petition ii' said court against them.
wuicn is itin penning tner -in, praying for the par
tition of thirt.r-four acres and si tty-five rods of land in
No. 30 in ."lowland Trumliall County. Ohio. and be
in? the land e. iff to Angeline Porter, late Angeline
McFarlane. deceased by Frederick Kinsman and John
Bailiff under the will of James Scott deceased. Also
praying for the partition of tea acres of land in War
ren Trumbull County. Ohio, being part of section No.
and the same land aparted and set off in the will of
jamcs scott deceased, to Angeline Porter, late Angeline
The petitioner asks that on third of said land be
to said Angeline S. McFarlane and one third each to
Asahel W. and Charles S. Porter.
Said petition will lie for hearing at the next term of
wun, to ne noiien in warren in said County oa
i-iu, ttay oi marcn nex-.
HCTCHINS oc CCRTISS.
jan 17 1855-6W. Attys. for Petitioner.
By virtue of a writ of reuAitimmi in
directed and delivered, by the Clerk of the Court of
mauoning county. Ohio, I will expose to public sale at
door or the Court House, in Warren, Trumliull
County, Ohio, oa ar, (A 20f stay Jamttr,,
", oetween tne aours oi lo o'clock, A. M.,
4 o'clock, P M.. of (aid dy, the. following de
scribed lands and tenemenu ntuate in the Township
llarttoni, Trumhull County, Ohio, to wit : Part of
siotio. i nirty two, and is bounded a fellow: north
the highway ; east and south hy lands owned hy
Bennett : west by 1. nds of Drayton Andrews,
called the Mill Lot, containing two acres ol
To he sold at the suit of Hampton At Saith, v
and Boothe. Appraised at
H. R- HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff 'j Office, Warren, Dec 20, lr54-u.
THE HOISERY Department. Partic
alar attention is paid to this part of oar business.
and gentlemen, hoy and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
Fancy Colors, Cashmere. Slate Brown, Black and
Cotton Hose, Fancy Stri)ed and Mixed Hall
and a large quantity for children.
Pf E. E. H0YT At CO.
County. Court of Common Plea.
v 5 Petition for Divorce.
Mary M. Row)
Mary M. Row, will take notice that said Lorenxa Row
the twentieth day of Octolier A. D. lol. filed a peti
tion in the said Court, praying Uiat he may be divorced
said Mary M. Row : He alleges a cause ; First,
neglect of duty ; Second, Aduitery. Said cause
be for hearing, at the March term uf aaid Court
W. Smith. Atty. for Plff. 1KH-6W.
FOR SALE A House and Lot, in
the Villace of Warren, in an ellirible aitnjiiAn.
Washington Avenue. Lot is medium size. House
commodious, containing 5 Rooms. Price, $3U0.
Impure of J. tf. ASPER, Att'y at Lav
SALE OF REAL ESTATE hy order
of Court. On Wednesday, the 7th day of February,
IrCu, between 10 and 3 o'clock, of said day. a ill
sold on the premises, in Greene, Trumball county.
tlie following real estate, vix: Sixteen acre of
north part of the following lot of land; situated as
aforesaid, and is the S. E. part of lot No. 3. and boun
ded, beginning at a post in the corners of lots 3, 4, 7
8; thence north on lot line S3 chs., 18 Iks., to a
; thence W. on a line l- chs.,79 Iks.; thence S. ou
30 chs., 7 1L to a post ; thence E. on the cen
tre the road 15 chs., 96 Ik., to place of beginning.
MA II Y JANE KING.
Administratrix of Seth King, dec'd.
A. 0. Fcllcx, Atty.
Jan. 17, 4w
RARE CHANGE FOR A BAR
GAIN. The three story Bi ick Building,
the"City Hal, is offered forsalejio
terms, I wish to leave this neck sf the w
a possible. jau It jj.
uw:' VJ "o " v iwoj sccouni, vii, comer s tavor j
l,,,Dli tne jtaniii House, aat "squmring up,
lh of February, all notes and accounts
w,..-.aiiu.:- a, . -..
The President, Directors. At Col Court of Com
of the Western Reserve Bauk, I mon Plea, of
vs. Y Trumhull
MeCormick. Jacob Robison and 1 County, Ohio.
John Battles. ) Civil Action.
MeCormick one of the defendants a non resident
State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that nn the th
of Decemlier A. D. IKJI. the plaintiffs filed their
agaiust the defendants in aaid Court, alleging
uie defendants are mde 4ed to ihem on the prom
issory uute of said P. MeCormick. the said MeCormick
maker and tbe said Unison dc Battles as endorsers
sum of $11111.311. with interest from Dec. ioth
Said note dated June !ud. e4 and payable to
order of said Robinson dt Battles at the Merchants
Manufactures Bank, Piuslwrgh Pa. six mouth af
writ of Attachment was issued in said cause .
the goods aud euect of said P. MeCormick.
plaintitla will take judgment by default against
r. atrl-ormirk lorsaidsum and interest as store
unless he answers by the 31 day of March 1K.S.
Jan.3d.lHii w Attys. for Pins.
J ARREN & LAKE ERIE PLANK
and Lake Erie Plank Ruad Company are hereby
to meet at the office of B. F. UoiTman, to War
ren. Tramhull county, O., on the first Monday of Feb
ruary next, at 10 oVlock. A. M for the parpose of
seven Directors fr tbe ensuing year.
JOSEPH MARVIN, Jr., Pr't.
Hor PWaw, SecV- Warren, Jan.. Wi.
A!l V indebted to
bT Di or nook account, will confer favor
IRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED.
Bl 1 J rsraaci a-otaa mil 11 Iyxl ia n fpsirrj
.pint woriu ny meaus at spirit rapplnx. Btiauil
idiysieal demoustratioiis, etc- jrilh illustra
tions, by Rev. JJ. Mattison, A. at
- ...... -..., or.171.,1 ii , 1 rr in r .
i L , ... i .
(HIXSULZj: SHOP. The
i -. m f ' te rirenf of War
I arrv i. s
.-,1. lie ha rMitl'- ! s i .t:ili.-r
iil- ..i, to niai'Ul'irturv j;i I!e. s.
.u i ri.-j-. vT 5ius--s. ab.c'j a .ii tl3 1 J
ou ha.i.l a A .iL!es,le and Uelnl f-r i-eji. ;
"Tr'Tiie PrjjTiet r can at all t'nva l.e fjuul on .
Mvktt Str.- t. ne doar wet of auu-ot's Jewelry
l5re. W wren, Oaio.
TT-' Tlie hi!ie4 ice. ia Cah, will be tij far
Tallow and U4, .1 17j A. L C. IAV. Ajent.
rm te I
aiioiKiii; Tiros, th.i2 tlicy
have uevliShip on Li nr rt brtxeen M.rit l
I S .nth. wK-re all who are iu want of Li At Farm !
XTEV CARRIA.iK SPOP.
e it it m ef 'arr;i and
War 'ii-or l.icht dsri'il and Faihiiia'le Carria:
e.m he n r com m stated without the rik of heinr hAve t,
II ir.Djr work f 1 ftearly 1 ar?nty ysr in zhr 'xt buiHi
in ew Kmri.in.l an I thf Mid1 we f l e.nft
U-i;t that we can pirc all wH-t ma,call ltjkjt a
xi;i.iction to rr re. uaaiuv tm ui'i'n.:iy
We have liar- leen patroniied !tiee e cJirTt rreJ
with th lifreralitr that hns fur exf eJe I vnr r',uttr
tiu ; an. I judgitig from the ftst ve feci coni-ltriit oj
We would return oar iineere thank j for the patrons, re
wc have received, aud will enjr-ar in future ta do
ach work a wilt mrril a coniiimane t of the aaiue.
PAINTING AND TltlMVIM.
Done niton the Bttnt rroaaMe terms. We would in
Tile all who are iu want of anything in our line to call
before parchajinr elsewhere.
CAKRIEK, k. BURROt'GIId.
Warren. Vow. 15, l-i4.
if or k.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Eibibiuon.
The suliserilvers bee to inform the ladies of War
ren, tli:tt they have received a splendid assortment of
Bonnets. Hilibnns. silks. Lawns, trench Flowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimmings, attu. Ate., which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Those who will favor us with
a call, will, we trust, be amply repaid for their trouble,
aisr E. E. 1101 1 . C0
CCRAP IRON WANTED. -Cash paid
any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
a. r. jAMtso.N t co.
Tin warehouse or
April 1, '-4.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Combs, Brushes, Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
I ly -nets. Door Matts, Alicant Matts. ate at
Jan S. PATCH At ALLISOS'S.
PURE CREAM TARTAR an I Super
Carbouate Soda, by E. A. SMITH ; Co.
4 FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
X- L1QC0IIS for Medicinal lvurposji, and said to be
the best in town, at may 31 PORTER fc Co.'s.
()) OZ. OF QUININE, jut recei-
-1. V. 7 red aud for sale at low figures, at
Slay 31. POUTER at Co.s.
AVE II AVEFORTs ALE ..n "com aiis-
T T ston. one of Emory dc C . s two -horse pwer
Threshing Machines. T. II. MOKLEV de Co.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
KJ fur sale at E. E. HOY T A. Co's. Some of that GOOD
TEA. Java and Rio Coffee. Seedless Raisins, Rice, Alc,
iust ree'd at o. Nl. Main Street.
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
30 Quintals Codfish ; 10 Gross Lyon's Katharion;
20 bbls. and half bbls. Mackertl. just received at
nov t DCNLAP t STEWART'S.
DATE LEAVES." This beautiful
Historical and Reliirions nine is selling :it
ADAM?, as predicted. Also. "Ida May,""IiU Nor
man," "The News Boy," and all the new works of the
lay- id 131
VM- S' WEST. Proprietor of New-
T T ton FalTs NL'RSERV, has just returned from
the I'pper Lakes with a v-vrietv of ver green Trees,
which ho o fieri for sale on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Kvergrcen Trees, Fruit Trees.
Gmire Vines or Shrubbery, are respectfully reiueted
to call for them before the ground .becomes frozen, or
early in the Spring, as be intends to visit the Lpper
L'Wes again as early as the middle of April.
Newton t-'rt!ls. Nov. H5Mf.
4 CARD. H. PECK of Warren and
1. A. S. Si-swell of Mercer Pa., having associated
themselves together under the name of I'i k in-I Brn
wkll, for the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile
Business. Kespectlolly announce to the peome or War
ren and vtneiuity that they have bought the entire
stock of Merchan lise belonging to B. II. Peck, of War
ren Dry good Store, and will continue the business on
the sme as heretofore. We res(eetfu,y solicit, as we
In tend to merit, a liberal share of puHic prona-e.
Pst K S; BrRWKLL.
flaring sold ray entire sto-k of Merchandise In "The
Warren Drygoo-1 Store,"to II. Prri and A. S.BrawEM., 1
tak epleaufe iorecommendiug . hem toray friends and pat
rousandwould solicit forthem tne same liberal patronage
that has been extended to myself. B. 11. Ptt-k.
YlfOOLEX GOODS ARE DOWN.
V The evidence can be had in the prices of Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres. Satinetts. Tweeds. Red.
Orange, White aud Printed Flannels. A suerior qual
ity of lOqs. heavy twilled do. Blaukets, and a variety
of other Woolen goods, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRT GOODS STORK.
rpHE STATEFOHIO, TrunSiiTl
J- County, s.s. In the Court of Common Pleas.
Emeline . Burrows aud Urbane, her bus! -and ;
Louisa Burrows and Loreuzo, her husband; Hope fi
ll ml and Thomas, her husband : Abbv Ann Brueu and
A nui, her bus baud,
Cyrus Bosworth, Charles Bosworth, IToratio X. Ward,
administrator of Josiah B.irber ; Abigail G. Russel.
Harriet E. Ward and II. X. Ward, her husband ; Josiah
Barber, Richwd Btrber, Kpapbrou Barlter, Sphia
IUrler and Jeruaha IL Barber, heirs at law, of Josiah
Pctitiom tm collect and fweelmte leni cntreta.
The said administrator aud heirs of Josiah Barber,
who are non-residents, aud xesidences unknown, are
notified that the Plaintiffs hare filed their petition in
aid court, al .edging, that by contract dated May 11,
JtW, made to Plaintiifs and Ann Lord, (now deceasM.)
by Josiah Barlier and Richard Lord, the Plaintiffs are
the equitable owners of certain lands, land contracts,
and the del its due thereon, made by Roswell Stone, as
trustee of Samuel P. Lord, the anceter of said Barler
and Lord, to Cyrus Bosworth, for all of lot No. 10, part
of lots No. 9 and 11, in Lordstown, said county; that
said heirs and administrator of Barber hare no interest
in said land contracts or debts ; that a deed was execu
ted by the heirs of said Bar rer, in whom the title was
said Bosworth, and delivered to D. Tod as an escrow
hand to Bosworth, en payment of said contract, and
praying judgment against Cyrus Bosworth for S M.lS.
U3. the amount due on the contracts, or else a recisinn
the contractu and possession and title to Plaintiffs,
the lands described in th contracts.
The non-resident lefendants, tho administrator and
heirs of said Josiah Barber, must appear ami answer
said petition by the l?th day of February, A. D. lKi.
judgment and decree air in at them will lie entered
defanlt. HOFFMAN & RATLIPP.
Jan. 3d, Ir55,-Cw Au'ys for Plaintiffs.
AGER k WARREN'S MARRTF.
X WORKS on Liberty St., a few rods south of the
bank. The citizens of Warren aud vicinity are re
quested to give us a call and examine our stock of Ital
ian aud Vermont Marble, as we have one of the largest
stsicks in this country. All sorts of Marble Monuments,
Tomb Stones, Spires aid ererythiug in the Marble Line
may be found at our shop. Shops in the country can
furnished with Italian Marble from 3 to 8 inches
thick, at prices as low as they can get it East with trans
portation added. All persons wishing anything in the
alpove line will do welt to give ns a calL
N. B. A great vaiiety of rancy Jobs for ebillren
kept on hand. L. F. GAGER.
Jan. 3. lf4 ly J. &.. WARREN.
LUMAN B ARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole agents
the County of Tram'tnll. It is warranted to crimp
toughest p.ece of Leather in twm minutes, which it
frequently takes an hour nr mre to do the same piece
work. It stands without a rival. We would respect
call tlie attention of our frien ls of the craft to
subject. Dj not forget the place. No. Main St.,
Warren, O. d 13 JAS. M, CON NELL A Co.
TILE CHIME The great Singing
Book uf the season, a notice of which will be
in another column, has iust been received in large
quantity, "al ADAMS' BOOKSTORE, aud is selling
rapidly. d 13J
THE RICHEST BOOK OUT. The
Town in Convulsions "HIGH LIFE IN NEW
YORK.' by JostTHt Sutrx. Eso,., of Weathers lie id,
If yoa desire a long laugh, a good laagh, a hearty
laugh, a real, uproarious explosion of a Uuh, read
Jiuathau Slick. Such humur, such comical ideas of
and things, such inexpressibly funny A-lveutures
Incidents, were certainly never before el down
print. It i a book of Inuuite Jest ud most comi
cal fancy. d 131
iLUi sAiiA. A very desirable
House aud Lot on Prosiiect Street, in the'
northern part of the village uf Warren. House new.
Apply soou at this Office.
Barren, Nov. S, ISil-tf.
"IOR SALE OR RENT.
A good Store-room on Market, now occupied by J.
Brooks. Inquire at the GaskiU House S iloou.
Jau 17 M. McMANUS.
Eighty acres of Wood Land, s.tvtted tn Dane
Township. Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
jau I. w.
Oiskill House Sslnon.
RA R E CHANCE ! THE
Barnhisei Tavern, at the Centre of Vien
Trumbull Co .O., is offered for sale at a
bargain. There is connected with and atvached
it every needed conrenience for a Public House, and
two acres of laud. It is happily located at th
crossings of great thoroughfares, and a fine ran of lo
and foreign lusiness is being done on the premises.
Iraildinr are nearly new and amply commodious.
is a rare chaiice for a proaUkltie in vestment. For
further particulars call on
T. J. McLAIN, Real Estate Agt.
Warren. Jan 17, 5J.-3i.
Also a good farm fur sale or rent in HshbariL
rj.REAT MEN & GREAT EVENTS,
I a most attractive hook containing BUS pages,
kandsomriy bwaod with 3tW engravings, and we otter
at such a low price, that everybusxy Issys them,
wkhoat excetien. !Ye have received a large
nam'ier and can furni.b them, tn tie sidJ again at the
publisher's lowest lriee by the !( eeiies. at
17 ii, ADA MS Book Store
"IOR SALE OR R EN T.
The Furniture and Fixtures af the Oaskill House
For particulars inuoire on the premise.
17 '35. M. MeMASrS-
TIIE LANDS OF THE SARACEN,
or picture of Palestine, Asia Minor, Sicily, and
Bayard Taylor' last woik. Tea copies jast
,ceivdt janl7'. ADAMS.
BUTTER AND SODA CRACKERS.
We have made arrangements with the Dutiuesne
Factory, by which we are constantly receiving
celebrated Crackers, and which ae offer to Dealers
retail, at the lowest rates. Warranted the best
Cheapest in the market.
DCS LAP at STEWART. 4 Ai Market St.
TOUND Iii the inc'os-.ire of tl.cj
su'-scriber. on the West side of the River, in Wr I
V It'll VtllMHil 1TIHI1 ... 1 ...i . 1. - -.1
. .u. .. .. Hblki. ,u, m ,., in, nacl . v,.ii
with ..ie white .1. th. Lira snJ kllr rW..at.S.I
I hereby re.si-.led to come audnrov. l.r iertr. I fra
psvebarse and take tlum away. W. KINSMAN. I
Dumber B-lM. . , Jan.
f I' O M r 'I (I V
deans, heet -lus:c. Instrarti.n B.oks fur dirVrei t
iiislrtiiaeuie, l.nluli and Italian tlu.t.u- mil '.in
Str.us. and all leiicriiaians of MtisVal Me-vlmti lie.
",,., .iri,xie.iis ana Jtec r ie'tiie tiiti--! aim
i.'. u .... -
a. " "K.-u lu eaca-ttige b.r new ones. A l
' , V ""' " "M
i our ye.ir, anil .arraineu iw in.i irngt.
... .uk. .iiMiiiT muet, biiieni o, w jtrrta. vain.
OlITAH. aole-TTT rr-(J
:klealid Uet;itt ile:iler. M J
... . r,Rrs, ,,o i.ons. iHtito-s. l ik-.n-.M. .aceur-
March lU, IrJL
AKLODE0XS. A new lot jut ro-1
eiT. Onrhm'i hot all Knr new!
Himtivs fast recMrf-l, nud many i
inifpf Jty. I hive now an elegant aMortracnt of
oki in new Pianos, MeUdcent, sVc. .
Call and hear, at S. T. ItMER0T3.
tore wr.l be opened I
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN.
J V A fli
ne toned. Maho;ouy eased Organ well
al;ipte4 for a small Church or the Ptrlur. is now fur
sale at a very low price, at PO.M K BOYS-
8e. 90. Music Store.
CIANE SEAT PIANO AND MELO
' DKON STOOLS, just received at
Set. SO. POMEBOY'S.
SEVERAL very superior new Pinnos
just oieued at POMKROY'S
Sept. 20. Music Store.
FEW MEL0DE0NS TO RENT
hand, 8. T. POM K 110 V-
V now on 1
)IAX0 FORTES. The following
cnmprisies in part the stock of Piano Fortes now
in my Ware-Room : Pries.
Three 6 Oct, Rosewood, case plain tables, e;vch
extra finish 3tU f
i 44 44 extra lare sc;ile
Two 7 plain taMes, round cor. aw
7 " eurve.1 lt(se ta'iles, each Vii
Nothing can sun" the richuess of tone, beauty
ai.d finish of the tw last-named.
One second-lLand rood tone..... tl-W
The aove have atl been recently selected by myself
A liberal discount will be made from theae nricw for i
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. -JS, 1H54. S. T. POME ROT.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YE RS
PRESENTS. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real aubttmntiml and valuable present
during the coming Gift season, cannot fail to make a
nice and satisfactory selection for that purpose, if they
will take the trouMe to call and examine my lare
assortment of superior Pianos and Mclo ieous, and
ascertain the low figures at which a really raluable and
fine toned Instrument can be obtained.
Pianos from $100 to $X. Melo U-ms from to
S. T. P0MEIUA'.
Warren, Nov. 13, 1S54.
ALPINE GLEE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK,
Just received al POMEUOY'S. I Aug. i. I
CARH ART'S MELODE0N IN
8TRUCT0R a new supply at POMEKOY'S.
ONE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MELO
DKON, very good tone, can be bought for $:to. at
BASS VIOLS, Kiiit irs, CI iro -.etU an J i
Violins a large supply just received by j
COME more of lluse s7 on I Hand
KJ Pianos, just recei red at
rPIIE GUITAR. We publish the 4-
lowing from Wm. Hall it Son's advertisement iu
Miieal World mnd Timet: '-With the great and
increased attention now given to the study of mtiMc, the
present demand for this beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few yi-ari
it was quite a novelty to hear a Lvly or Gentleman
play the Guitar, but thu pojmlarity of the instrument
so greatly increased, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at lea-st one of its
memers nnmler among their accnmpli-thuieiits that of
playing the Guitar." William Hall stv Sons are making
very superior article in that line, and their instru
mentii are warranted to stand anv clhntf U"- h . v.
those of their make, and also, the German and Sjianisib
Guitar, frcm $3 to f 30 each Also strings of the vt-ry
quality. s. T. POMKR0V.
w arren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARII ART'S
MELODEON INSTRUCTOR! This is an iuvalu-
is an iiinlu-
work to those learninr to nlav the Melo.leo.. n i.
, 1 . . ; 1
i is, xv-vij i-vuuu ur., rc-;iii.iug a series oi near
ly studies being a complete and progressive method
instruction for the Melodeon or any ree-l instrumeut.
10 mis is aiiueu a very valuame assortment ol Son-zs.
uuetts, and Trios, vl altzes. Marches, Quick steps. Pol
kas, Ate; among which are the following ;
Coquette Polka. Ellin Waits, Fest March. Gertrude's
Dream Walts. Gipsy Polka. Iron Boots Quick Step, I'll
for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Waltz., Chorus
William Tell. Thou Hast Learned to Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Song and Quartette, Jamie's on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrie, Family Bible, Jte., all
Tlie re are nearly 100 good pieces of Music in the
Price $I,INI. It will be sent hy mail to any one
sending $1.11 and 4 postage stamps.
Warren, April IS. ISi4. S. T. P0MER0Y.
METRONOMES, or m-keepers,
with and without a bell, for marking off meas-
for sale at POMEROY'S.
hoald have one.
Every Music Teacher
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMEROY'S. The Hallelujah. Cythara, Chime,
Polks Glee Bok; DoJarorth's Brass Band
School; Amttuer Organist; Johnson's System of Har
mony, sfcc, Ac-, all valuaMe warks.
Warren. Novem'ier I, 1H54.
FOSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA".
A large supply just received. This is just tlie
that little clubs of Yioliuist and Flutists want,
we are happy to say they are beginning to find it
in this section as they have already dune in the
Eastern State. We are prepared to rurnish tliem as we
everything else at the New York retail price. 9 1 .oil.
l.y mail promptly filled. S. T. POMEROY.
May 3. 'J4.
CARHART'S MELO DE0NS are the
best Reed Instruments in the world. A fresh sup
ply just received at POMEROY'S.
GUITARS. A very respec'able arti
cle can now be bought at POMEROY'S for S3o0.
OIANO STOOLS Plush aud II .ir
Cloth Stools, a fine assortment; also cheap Can
uo., at LmayJIj rOMEKOY S.
PORTABLE Music S ands, at
may 31 POMEROY'S.
FiNU TONED 4 KEYED IVORY
T1PPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought al
POMEROY'S Music Store for l,'a other in prujior
tion. June 7.
Zcndel's Melodeon Ikstrcctoj-. ;
Baker's Piauo Forte ditto ;
Bertim's Complete and Abridged ditto ; nt
rPHE S'niiniry Chss Bxt ; a c;tp tal
Singing Book for Schools and Private Classes.
June 7. S. T. POMEUuY.
Cottage Glees, a new su;ip!v, at
TOY DRUMS Fi ldK s an I Trum-
pets, at POMEROY'S.
onvritiTii'o Tie , Ylt.-n .'... ... . . . n
splendid thing, for sale by POMEROY. I
av-m .- . ... . I "
LiUl Ol t le.llll Pl'JtlliaS, lroill 93 ;
to Sii. just ree'd at jun 7 POMEROY'S.
()()) MUSICAL TERMS a
'yJJ plete Dictionary, for sale by
I D .u
I e J
rpUNER'S GUIDE. X complete trea-1""1
tise on tuniiigand repairing Piauuiaxid Kel; Icons.
Mi cts., at
BEST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3. '54. POME
OLD Violin G
COm- i they
May 3, 54.
STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull
County. In the Court sf Common Pica.
Fentou and Jesse Fenton, 1
atwuand, in tier right.
Note and Mortgage.
R. Johnson. Cornelius
two and Dwizhi Johnson.
Deendaiits, Cornelius and Dwicht Johnson, who
out of Ohio, aud somewhere in Oregon and Cali
fornia, are notified that the Plaintiffs have sled in said
their petition, to su-rject the lands of Isaac John
son, late of Newton, dec'd, to the payment of Note ami
for $"47,i.-, given by George R. Johusou, to
ou MienU s sale, under partition proceed
ings. The said Cornelius and Dwirht each 1mv
and mortgages (Tor their share under partition.)
lands, a portion of which is now due from said
ILJohuswu. Said petition prays sale of said
to pay tbe Plaintiffs' mortrare del. Tbe D -fen-dants.
Carnelius and DwisUt. romtagees, are ntified
and answer said petition, by the l"th day uf
A. D. !!. or said (-etttion, as to frfceix. will
as confessed, and ju'lgment entered aceardiu.
HOi'xMAN ec RATLIFF,
3d, Cw Axt ys for PlaiutiiXs.
The President, Directors t Com-1 Court of Com
or the H ettern Reserve Bank,
MeCormick aud W. F. Carey.
j mon Plea of
I Ohio, Civil
McCormic. a non resident of the Stale of Ohio. Is
unified that on the -Sub dav of December Icil.
plaintiff filed their petition in said Court araiust j
..riTiKiii,,, n two inns ot cxenaoge arawn ny said
MeCormick on said W. F. Carey aud accepted by
One dated July cth 1J4. payable four month
date, to the ord.r of John Ligktner for the sunt of
the other for $lii), drawn by said P. McCsrmick
Carry and accee.l by him. dated An;, "tli.
inn payaoie loarmontas aner date, to the order
MeCormick. at the American Exchange Bank. New
said hills of Exchange were protested for non
payment when due and said bills of Exchange wereen
doreed to the Hamlin's before due.
writ of Attachment has been Issued in said canse
the goods a.id effects sf said P. MeCormick.
plaintlds will take judgment sea n.t ssid P. Me
In, liefauit for said sum of $ -! and interest I
v. a. tr.s. and interest on
i J ikih, lir KM RD W ,JOIV IBS lllterejt
a. V. -. tMta I ;....- .1-...1 I II
Dec 9th. l-il.nnkis he answer t.. Mh 3 i lia.' i
HL'tCUlNSdt CLRIISS. every
3d leU.-4w Acs. I-PltTa. ! .ta31-
f)REMHTM CARRIAGE rACT0riY,!rPIIE
II.- aoi-TH or TflB Cv,itT, ,
. . a -
ri.v.f. stain i ami .v.'us si ui, ,i tr;
enaW -s bim furnish any iicaeri t!cn of wsrk ia his
n ,.. .1. .., n....;i.i. ,1,.'. ; .i..
i,au nr an of a sidriidirl KAKJl.CH
t- or iie cuvjnum
bi:mi tUe auiaU t abirh vrai.all ttauasa keX ta
His WORK HI! N ar Buurpird hy in)- in Ju- rm it
try and hr w.rk ,ul if t:wt aurpatft) ai.y eaaiern
n li n o f ar t rer.
Buffirs an! arrUe rrn fur use, will e
cUanfd fr LumlKfT, CViitito IV-t'lure. oryouu HtMrf.
iSfcxtjil Iiaii'l Cur nk-n iu txrhuice fur i.r um.
CAKRIACK TUIMMING aiwa m liui.l, tud fut
sale at the lowest i.nc '-!.
i uop wtAtiinr an)' vh.'i :h w.y i.ne or Taas.iiem, arv
uivited to chII at tuy Ui ai.d x amine .ty wrk a.d
tmui. )ly boi h& in irecome a permanent one, I am
determined to upl- ani ttuit all who lke ri-liu ia an
elegant and easy Carriage, or the f.raier whu icjires a
su' B'.ctit.al rrni or roa 1 waon nrc:irt.
P tinting and Trimming done on sboit not'ee.
TT'AII work maiuf:irtiired at my shop is wnrrnted.
Warren, March 1- y U. C. BELDFN.
evpri.-ure in asine-s-aml the extent of hlsshn
K. WISELL Manuf cta-
rer of Carriages. Buggies and
us. West side of the Mahoning riv-
er. Warren. Ohio, keeps on hand a larire assortment iu
his line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles,
among which may befonuuVa larcetot of splendid Rock
away, of various patterns, wtthone, two or three seats;
a good supply of sliding-seat Carriaces, sevarraJ of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extent ion tops,
being different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured iu this section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Buggies, aud two-horse
Wagons, all of which will be sold as Uw as at any other
shop on the Western Reserve. By keeping none but
the bel of workmen, and professing to perfectly ander-
stand the bunnes himself, and working none but the
iest material that cut be procured, bo feels eon ti. lent
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or pr-ce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand bugies taken in exchange for fiuished
, -nMI1 ,
N B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done in good
,air Pce, ami mipi puncuiaitty ana atspitcn.
VniBf their Urge Stock of Spring
' '"comprises mm assortment of every style
A reasonable credit will be eiven to all responsible per
sons who rnriy desire it. All work done at his manufac
tory is warranted.
Kemetuer the place Wert side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April !. IKX ELI K. WISELL.
HE EMPIRE STORE! Id Jin ?s &
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Straw Goods. Par-
a-ols, C.-rjreting, Paper Hangings, Crocker'. Groce
rit s, ace, kc.
Tiiey would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies' Ir ss Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Em'rroideries. Shawls, Mantillas, 4c, in all
the latest and most fa-ihii.naMe styles. Also, to their
assortment of ver superior Table Linens, Linen Sbeet
in. Pillow Case Li'iens. Shirting Linens, stc.
Tbey intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
tlie best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Good regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allow in r themselves to be undersold as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April 1-.
TARREN.SASH, Blind and Door
Y Factory. Market Street, East of the Buik, War-
treet. East of the B ink. War-
ren, tl .-The undesigned, having entervM into eopart-
ner-ship in the manufacuire of SASH. BLINDS
DiHJRS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Saxh, both 1
ruie ana foplar, ol all sixes in use, arid of the bet
quality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue tlie manufacture of VENITIAN
BLINDS, in all iu branches, which we will ssll very
low and of au improved tualu, surpassing any hereto
fore otfereil to the public.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
DiXiRS, of the latest styles, arid of a suj wrier quality.
Ail work male at our establishment will ie warrantel.
as we use nothing but the lest tiuality of Lumlr, and
employ none but the first elites workmen. In our ei
deavors to serve our cusuimers. we will keep pace with
all improvements in our business, and conversant with
ail lilc styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
e sould invite all wishing to purchase the aove ar
es, to call at our o&ce, where we will lie fmnd at all
hours of the day. for we shall give our constant per
sonal superintendence to the details of our businss.
E. SPEAR lt SON,
jan 19, 153. Successors to Edward Spear.
fyCK MORE IN THE FIELD
V- sulcriltfrs having been driven
from their o!d quarters on Market
St., by the recent lire, would inforia
the puilie that they nre so he fuund
on Main St., iu the room formerly
occapied br Mr. Mllliken. two doors
from Smiths k McCombs, whciether are just receiving
large and complete stock of NE W GODS in their
Fine French Oalters of various color and new and
beautiful styles; Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes. Rn.lrln. i.ni1 In .hurt ....- .......... .1
l;..i ..i 1 11 1 1 . .'
5 . '". " ,T . Au,ffl eP'
si'tt mi ju issrs
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
which they can recommend to customers as both good
Our large stock of New Goods of Cents' Fine French
Calfand Morocco Boots; Fine Congress anils)ther style
of Outers; Patent Leather Shoes; Slipper; Dancing
; liters. Boot-s. Buskins an I Sli.mers
varioas atyle and colors, together with afallatsort
menl of Boys' and Youths' Shoes, both fine and coarse.
u,,ii,m.uM uii.irT.il, r-ooes.
HOKMAKERS AND OTHER.!
Particular attention ia called to the fact t hut nnret
Leather, Findings and Shoemakers' Tools, has been
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf. American ditto. Enameled Leather, Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Rubber Cloths. Linings, Bindings aud
Findings generally, including Hammers, Pinchers, Shoe-
mutes, . iieem, sruus, re::, enoe-.n ails, itine Nails,
llumranan -Nails, Shoe and saddlers' Thread, Bristles.
Lasts a large lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
an tninr pertaining to the tra'le.
Remember the place. So. 6, Main St.. and yon will not
rezretrivinrnsacall. W.t B.CKANAGE.
Warren. May 17 'oL
PLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma-
king and keen constantly on hajad th fi.ii.
popular Plows :
Long's No. 1, Corn Plow.
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double, do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
repairea on snort notice.
Jn. i. T.D. M0RLET dc Co.
EA. SMITH it CO., (Late Hoyt,
Bro. A Co..) NO. 3. MAIN STREET, WARREN,
Dealers in Druirs, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, fcc. Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes,
Bruihes, Ac Sole asents in the place for the sale of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
OT0VES, TIN WARE, StC, New
STOVES, TIN WARE, Szc THE
KING OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson At
with a new and elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, eles sted
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Bights clove.
BP. JAMESON tk CO., continue to
. manufacture Cheese Vat, of a new and unproved
pattern, with heavy copper beaters.
tare troughs put np on short notice, and warranted
good material; also, all kinds or Job Work done in
Warren. March i9. 1804.
HE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
are now makinz this celetirated Plow. Those
have tried it. say it surassess any other kind of
in use. Several premiums have been awarded a
State aud County fairs. T. U. M0RLEY At Co.
Jn. I'J. Iril.
IARMERS ! WHEAT is worth One !
Dtillar add Fifty Ct-nts per bushel. Will yoti use
Mor Plow, when at Morley's Foundry they keep a
article, and warrant them.
March 3, 154.
rPHE STAR PL0W,Ma"nitfaetured br
T. II. MORLEY at Co, will do better work than
purchase things in his line lire
other Plow in the State of Ohio.excenttheMiclii'.'aa
.le Plow. mar.5.'i4
- - .
Shop on Market S:reet- Y
ire's old i
"p'". """e on re
shop of E. G HOLLlNGsU OK I 11. at I ran. -e'. old , -
a ito.n-. 1.1. .v t ........ 11. n ti..-i.. w. i
is ill hnd a large assortment of Stoves. Tinware. . t-e
Jainned r.-. Britannia ware. Cornier Kettles, lira,. .
nciiirs, anu iionow ware ol all kinds. I Hxar and (J, son. ( ,
tm at itoiuiigsworut liefore you bu
patch. lUlLLlX'GaWORTU At FITt'll. ,
Warren. Octolier 13. 'S3.
buy. Job-uork ,
ms and with de- j -'
rPHE GREATEST Side Splitter of the
Age The Chroutcle of Pineville This B.-k em
braces sketehfs of amusing scenes, incidents, aad
characters of Georgia and AUbajma, by the autW ol
Jones Courtshiiiu at
T PAINE. M. D Has returned
Y from his visit to the Eastern Hi.spit.ils, and
resume his practice as Physician ,nd Surget n. Of
fice and resi Jeuce as form rly, ou High Street, Warren,
Dec. i. 'S4.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATED
WASH BALLS- Brown Windsor .nd Tr,n.n...
in cake and bar, and Colgate' Chemical Olive
For tale at
3 1. PO BTEIA-Co.'
HOUSE Si LOT FOR SALE. W. N.
PORTER offers for sale oa the most reasonable
hi House and Lot situated oa Market at. The
is (even roils front, aud tairteea deep. Forty
frail trees. The house is two stories high, aud
fiuished oil wood-house and barn, cistern sad
all in good repair, and aewiy psiuteL Posses
sion given on the 1st of ApriL For further particulars
of U. B. UILLM0KE. Barren, or W. N. PuR.
70R SALE. Tbe Dwelling Home
and Lot. situated n sooth side of Hirh street.and
stue or tbe one nw Meupted Ii Dr. U m. Paine
For jiartuilars ajiply t
R. P. MICKSCII.
PACKARD t BARNUM have on
lu Ton goad Pittsburg Horse 8he Bar.
" Norwegian Nail Rod.
Bar Sxt, Sweede Iron.
" ' Juuiatta Uamaiered do
all " Sleigh Shoes Steel.
Seat Batgy Siiruigs. assorted.
Conunoa aud Patent Axiea.
as usual, at the largest and oldest Hardware)
In the West, d ?7 PACKAKfl eV BVKNTM.
rjOOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
Now selliag for 55 cents per yard, at the
WARREN DRY wOODS STORE.
A Itl IV I r , , ..
I-1 1 1 A P. A I j. I:illlr.lr
Tin.t'kewii fur f !. ii-i:,.. . I I
dewiptiao. Itw ute hsw ir A
. ... . P0IaC--
1 VlflVr i iJTAniPi. In. i . ii.ii. -
tx.vy.i.A otuiur.o,i)i JAHUfl
A BBOTT. sx the j V.
Ji ini ssttsue. i cy
IRAN'S V KEREN'S new work i ellin i
rapidly call and get .3 at. illtlll ' M.
indie oi ,
PREMIUM at t!:i !aU Fair for!
I A the tarreat. rheapewt and heat wetwrtt stock W
.r. tte ijm;y. VA :tani In us Lire, riT.nr. wh
tiw jiMmrirnl Ulf a4 rM.!rt anaciainit no
l the great dreliue iit prices, a hich enables them to ofer
the Mluiiig.ragrammef Katahtn. Drinkaldn. Bear
ai!eand Fancyiiles, at rate which will astoatah poil
tk ian. know uthinifs. d.cHall of whom with th. rel
cf -Jiuumu critters." .-e invited M attrad the show,
f.e-rti.f -r f '.tlrng. rbiblr-n half irJ, and iiur,cl
1'ie stiirl:, C'nis:siin iiinsrt tif
11 Boxes H.isii.s. fl lljr- K .i ..n.-.
M " K..M1. Snips. 10 IV.ni J,ii U
.'.! ss .rteii Limi. till I'lu H T..-, ail jics).
! no. I.j .'.' Kathari-n. V! B.-s Pepper.
2 Bx Lons X-sc Pipe. Hi V ,t, ;,.
-1' Bii.-s .vr.p:vc. yi d.-x. S.: . a.
I'l dot. Jsrs P-.cifl. " liontbiii I'or'er.
SI Bts ..!, Kisciit. j' M fiiars. all -raJe.
M bbls. BnU.-rCrarkcTt. bbls. V O Su.-ar. -III
V jt.-r do. ill " Pis.lerri iio.
1 1 " Sujsr do. IU - ('rui'.cl do.
M Ih ls. N. i). Saxor. 5. gro. M a.i.-..
M bids. M. i!.tsse. . B'tU Ji f- TelACCO.
IK ' S 11 Syrup. ill " I'snty Bran.ls. do
asl do. German Mcersc!utums. Cuocolaie ; l'tMa ;
Itrvuud Petifier and Cinnaiiiou; 10 boxes more ? thst
Fountain !tarch. the nicest ttifrg ont ; Corn Starch,
Tapiocca. Fnrina. Ate., for Pud.licg : tl Boxes Stearin
Cai.d'.es ; SO B .! Tallow Candks ; i0 gross Pint and
i Pint Flasks : S cross Wicker Flas't : Almonds:
Until ."uts, Piliierts; Peccins ; English WalnuU ;
Pet Mots ; Ciuon : Zano Currants ; Prune , Seedless
tUisins; Cni-and Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
urauilMts ; w uies ; Hum ; (iln snd n hisky. by the bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Motions. Sta
tionery. Blank Boots. Memorandum. dec, all of which
i offered t the Jeboltig Trade at a smalt advance from
Now York price. W hav not the time or space to
enumerate onr stock in full, hut lest oar plea on the
hope that "VOL" will i all. sea, bct. and finally. In
the second place, seventeenth!)-, we beg leave to sub-
scrioe vnrseires "xrufv rourn."
DL'NLAP aV STEWART.
k i JUrkM Stmt.
Warren. Nov. 1. lt-'S4.
AIR ! FAIR ! ! CHEAP NOVELS
Spanish Musketeer ; by Lieut. Murray.
The Naval Ollicer : "
" Red Revenger, Pirate King of the Florida.
44 Black Avenger of the Spanish Main.
White Rover, or the Lovely Maid of Louisiana.
Ocean Martyr, or Hunter Spy.
Ivan the Serf Tale of Russia.
Rosalette, Flower liirl ofePuris.
Angelo, or the Convent or Santa Clara,
llil.lebrand. the Buccaneer Cardinal.
The Rival Brother ; by U. P. Cheever.
Russian Ouantsman ; by Ben Perly Poore.
Fanny Campbell, the Femtle Pirnte.
At the NEW YORK BOOKSTORE,
AT. 23, .Mai Street, aes, steer Stk lis Put
OjSt, M'srrca, tAi.
Oct. if, iaL
DISSOLUTION. Tbe partnership
heretofore existing between the subscrilrcrs un
der the name and style of S. & C. Moser is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are ia tbe hands of Samuel Moser fur
settlement.. SAMI EL M0S ER,
Woirrcu, July 2,, 1834. CORNELIUS M0SER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned. of the lata
firm of S it C MOSER,has this day associated with hiia
Michael Moser, for the purioe of continuinr the Mer
cantile buiineas at the old xtand. undew the name and
style of C. fc M. Moser. Ther r'-snectfully invite a
contiuuance of the patronage so literally extended to
th- late firm. CORNELIUS MOSER.
" arren. Juiy u, ir.
rfHE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of
E. IIOYT it Co. No 1. Main street. oftVrs treat
bargains in Broad Cloths. Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
summer (mods, (Prints of the femmtme mf,) sheet inrs.
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Jinn in lunar. sprvd
rpOUND A POCKET-BOOK contain-
X itigiuitea Jum of money and papers, which the
owner can havebr e .11 in-at the Nt. York Book Stur
proring nropertv antl niviuz for this al vert i sem nt.
Warren. Nov. Si. lil.
R. A- A. BALDWIN.
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Brus
sels. Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
Venetian, at the
pri!6 NEW-YORK STORK.
FRENCH MERIN0ES, the largest
and most complete of colors in town. Also Co
burgs, all wool Oitta Plaids and DeLains, Muslin de
Herges and other Dress tioods bv the piece or. vurl. a
the NEW YORK STORK.
piNC SHINGLES on hand (most of
a. the time.) PACKARD dc BARN CM.
Oct. ii, lSi4.
I DD IN GS & MORGAN are now re-
1. ceiring their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, embracing
a verv l:ir assortment in ,11 r 1. .1 ...... . Ar . k . .
trade. The goods have been bought at the lowest
prices of the depressed market wuh tlie special refer
ence to the stxixoex' y of times, and will be sold ac
eordinirly. r'or tioods at low prices inquire at the
tcl '-'ii EMPIRE STORE.
51) Light 7x 9 Extra Quality, at - - - 3 e '
51100 " Si!" - - - . . . 3-.-e I
liNK) " 9xlJ " "... 41,, I
1WJ0 " lUxM " " "... ic I
Other sizes in proportion. Order for Blinds and I
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
equal to tlie best. rltklKD at BARN CM, Ag'l.
Warren, Ohio. Dec. ST.
A CHOICE SELECTION of long
a. V.. and siioaxe Brocha and Bay State Shawls, sold
ehetp, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
ELP CASH-US ! !"
Slow customers, ami all other w!nr n
money past due. are respectfully informed that they
mmml pay as. VI e sell our good at cash price, and
expect cash for Ciem sometime. A word to the wise
sutlicient. oct I PACKAHJ) At BAKNL'M.
VJEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS !!
i- The ubcrihers are now receiving a larce and
desiral.le Suck of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
which they invite the attention or the public generally.
Their Good will he oifered at price that will defy all
competition for rttd.; pat, or iu exchange for Produce.
Approved credit on short time will be given.
Warren, Oct. IS, lSii. C. at M. MOSER.
A SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
L V. Itt Farmer. Neighbor, what Plow do vou use ?
2il r.r. Well, I have J. Long's No. 4. and
several other kinds, but Morley's Star Plow beau them
1st Farmer. I most go to Warren and get a Star
Plow. (Goes to Warren and return in course of the
SaW Farmtr. Hallo. Xeirhbor. what have von wot
Ut Farmer. One of Morley Double Plow. He say
beau the Star Plow, aud no mistake.
-.'sal Farmer. Can't lie possible : but t it doos, I
will buy one. (Crir .r Farmers, mmm (ry lis Vows.)
The Double Plow proves to be the best ; in fact it does
belter work than any single Plow ean do. This w guar
tee, or na sale. T. II. MORLEY ; Co.
April 0, loM.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
yoa who wish to sow any Spelter Wheit, can he
supplied with this valuable and new speclis of grain
culling soon at the Monroe House. Winter Barley
seed only, can also b had.
Warrea. Sept So. lf4. AUGl'STL'3 GRAETE R.
LACES and Embroideries, Honiton
Collar, etc.. to which the attention of the Ladies
isiuviled.atlh (apr xii) NEW-YORK STORE.
PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
'JyJyJ sale cheaper than the cheapest, at tbe
apr2o NEW-YORK STORE.
VEW YORK STORE.
A.1 PARKS dc WENTZ, are now recei v. or their
usual full stock of Kn.i. and Wiwtek tiooix. bought
since tne laie DECLINE IN PitlL'ES, to which they
Invite the attention of their friends, farmer patrons
the public, simply remark tlut they aro xetek
BE rsOEEOLB. (sep. 7.
SILK B0N.ETS8 cases Silk" bon
net, which ars worthy the attention of the ladies.
Oct. 4. NEW YORK STORK.
"OEST NORWEGIAN a1lr5lUI
That big lot
v v w 'Jim
ha thisdnv arrived.
PACKARD t BASXUM.
and Leather at the
NEW YOHK STORE.
V CARD. We do not mean to offend
I1T no" . nal
counts settled, or '
!'T h"0. nt we must hare ocr NU' aud Ac-
CoUIilS settled. OT We Will Itf uliii'nl tu li-nv.thria ,1
'Uires Ollice for collection.
J'arre.'i. Nor. 1. 01. JAS. M.CONNELt.
II ) 1
Oct -JJ, lull
ET CLEAR, DRY, PIKE!
BEE, 1 ., Ii-. I . unii inches tLick. I
or aah, Blitids and lors. fr sJe l-
1'AI KIHll ft Bllni.
FRENCH MERINOES. PA RAM AT-
TAS. Cohargs. Mohair. Lustres. Aliaecas and
Cashmeres, selling at reitn,ed m-ices. st the
jan 3 WARREM DRV C0UDS STORE.
CILKS! SILKS! A larje quantity
md variety, comprising hiuh Luslred Black. PlaiJ.
and t'tuBgeaMe. Ai.o, a larie'y of Boticct
and S ains, cheaper th in er-r. a: ih;
3 VV ARBtN DKY ;00DS STORE
BLACK and Colored I'loakinicioth. ;
a superior unaiity cf yard wide Black 'ilk Velvet,
CUaas, Maniiiias. tc. at Che
3 W AKilEN DRY GOODS STORE.
SPANISH MOSS bv the bah or lb.
Alcove Bogs. Silver Terretts. rull Plate Creseenl
Harness Trimming, best Quality Siurj, and Seataitia
t . PATCn at ALLISOS'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes,
Log and Trace Chain. Breeching Lsom. Braal
Silver tag Rein aud Chain. Carriai'e Kls
Japaaued, Silver Bra aad patent,
jnX PATCH At A siii 5.
N0W-N0THING PAPERS. I
of ear L'afsa.
hi had at
The Aswerleaa CrwsaWr.
LALhWlX a Bavksttsre
STORE. The sr.
Co.'a NEW DRUG!
STORE. The proprietor af tki ewtablisameox ;
pleasure in snnoanein. to the noidictkatsatwnh '
the late Ire bich lieatr.yeal large aorfi.a af
trso is. wt art nin ajura and iu fall aeraf:a,s:
Market 4u ' arren. i where we ars daily r
ing Frrsk Drags direvt liaea Sew Yorkut Ph-ox i
sauk wa ar Aeriag fur Cu at yekz-ra tu
fail gn-icz satisAxtiua. ;
DOORS AND OUT. Or V
from th Chimney Caraer. r!egai)y lUastr
ta I ral. UN pries f lou
t ,. sa
A taw CiFw Jtt-t :
A DA US. .
A KKKLL'"S IN HI A V I I I II P" V
chisa'sOiatavssiU. iust -u:'daJ 6,r saseax -
m . . ......... - - -. . .....
l H.LU.lA-iS MIV. AAA 5.
STEVES- Ctet Satde to Crtrkaaa Pxa
ttaiuitie. ttutiie (or M.Aiay (iifu.
rIMM0tHY SEED. A lew BusiiTG
f prime see l far'axlt by
IIIMXTr: tf M0B.it .(.
: 1, 'rj
- 9 trreo,0-
rrietor, sast side Pal4 c
IAGLE HOUSE, br (i. ..r.-- f. Hall,
-US' Marki tfreet. Wan-en, 0. tJi -U t east of
DO J. I) .WIS, Et'LEClTC Pht
law Att S nutu OCce ItiicIsoiS list
Mai It -i.--it. U4rra, l.i:i.
Kc.rctie Pityaxlu. ill fail a full ftock or Keleet'.e
Mc li- it f .r sals ! 1cC lv;i at ths a -ove pUco.
ln-BVV--yi . -
I TM. M. EAMES, M. D., Pliyhician.
'4 I ' Srr'-r.tn and Dentist, Winduam. Portage Co..
FAMES JACKSON. Physician
ft Sur;eoi. office u Swath siile of Market street,
stairs.) lour doors East of the Bank, Warren, 0. apr
"T-R. S. LESLIE. Eolecdc Pbysician
J S and Si
1. patiuc Phyr'cian.Ofur'a Sutliff' Brick
aesr the Acn-rli-in Hotel, Warren, O. apr
TOIIN B. & JULIAN HARMON,
I Phvsicians and Sorreons, office 5orth aide of
Suige&n, Bloomfield, Trumball Co O.
W. T0WNSEND, M. D.. Homeo-
Public Souare, Warren, Q.
J. FtXXKLL. W. B.
t. W. VAJ1EXI.L, K.
T Si T. W. FARRELL, Physicians
f J Surgeon. Office and residence on Liberty
onth of the Episcopal Church, Warren, O. mar
T PAINE. M. D., Physician
M t Survon. Paiticuhtf attenttoa given to
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Lung Diseases.
and residence on High street, mar
,4 LBERT PERRY. Attorney at Law.
J. a. Special attentioa given to collection, and
prosecution uf Peuaioa aud Bounty Lan 1 claim.
Warren 0. jan 10 'ij ly $3.
IjHILO E. REED, Attorney at
B irren, Ohio. Office over New York Store.
may It), 'M-tf
VLLEN 0. FULLER, Attorney at
Office over Smith it McComb Store. Corner
Block, Warren. O.
Jan. 1st IS54.
TF. ASPER, Attorney at Law,
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren. Trumbull Cw.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun
sellor at Law, over Smith at McComb
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0.
uiij M. oiULiia. Attorney at Law.
and f ienerul Collector of Home and Foreign Claim.
umce over amitas t jtetjomn store, w arren, o.
b. r. jiorrxtx.
a. w. UTUrr.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attoraeyi
at Law. Office on Lioevty St- Warrea. 0
i Lioer.y SL, Warrea. 0,
ite the Court Ilouse.
w. n. osm. j. Botsosrcox.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorneys
Counselors at Law. Of&c over Moser's
Market street, V arren, O. Je ld-tf
JOtlFl HrTi Hlsis.
a. r. ccaris.
HUTCIlINSJk CURTISS, Attorneys
r.t Law. Office on North Main street, near
residence of John Hutch ins. Warren, 0.
wii.TON sr-i-T.irr. qeo. m. TC riLa.
UTLIFF & TUTTLE. Attorneys
Law. and Solicitors in Chancery, Warren, Trum
bull county. .. still continue their business at their
o!hce. on High street, two door west of the American
- imferfnrtxs. -
BP- JAMESON Co.. Dealers
Stoves. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
Cheese Vats, Ace, No. 10 Main St., Warren, 0. asar
E SPEAR St SON. Manufacturers'of
Sash, Doors and Window Blinds. Factory
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan
I7ELLOWS & M0RLEY, Maniifaetu-
A rem of Plows, Cultivators, Ate. Shop east of Tay
ler's Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, O. sep
JOHN J. GUNNINGrCarriage and
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market sts.. Warren. O. amr
4 L. M0RLEY, (successor of J.
ii.' Biooks.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hard
ware, Cutiery. 4c. Warren, Ohio. nor 52
T0WNSEND, Cabinet and
Chair Maker, Girard, Trumbull. Cou.0. Coffins
made and delivered on the shortest notice. Funerals
attendeti withoat extra charge fur Hearse. aug
M0RLEY fe Co., Manafacta-
rers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Castings eeno-
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
hoiAse. Tin Sliop four doors west of the ftpk. Warren,
Ohio. sep 30
H0LLINGSW0RTH fc FITCH,
Dealers in Stores, Tin Ware. Japanned Ware,
Rrittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren, O. mar
A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
and R-tail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few
doors south of the Pun OSee, Warren. 0. nor 1
JULIUS YAUTR0T, Manufacture!
it and Dealer In Clocks. Watches. Jewelry, Sli
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street. Empire
Block, Warren, 0. Watches carefully repaired and
pATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad-
L dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, and Manu
facturer of Saddles, Bridles, llarness. Trunks, Valises
Ac, Main street. Warren, O.
JDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers ia
A Staple and Fancy Dry Gooils, Groceries, Crockery.
Hardware. Carpeting. Sole Leather, Ac. at tlie Sign
the Kmtire Stare, U arren, O.
Ct M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign,
. and Domestic Dry Good. Hardware. Groceries,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoes, Hat. Caps, Read Mad.
Clothing, Ate. Market Street, B arren. 0. aug
PARKS St WENTZ. Dealers ia For-
A eign and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boot.
Shoe and Leather. Carpeting. Paper Hangings. Win
dow Shailes, Rem) Mad Clothing. tc, si way cheap
for reaily pay at the New-York Score.
WALTER KING & S0NDealers ia
r Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. Silver Plated and
Brittania Hare. Lamps, Fancy Goods, stc. No. 9. Main
treet, H arren. O. All kind at Clock and Watch
carutully repaired and warranted. mari
p A CKARD & BARNUM, (Succes-
A stirs to Warren Packard.) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers is Foreiga aad American Hardware. Iron,
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings, at the " 111 Brick."
W arren, O.
B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant, and dealer in FbMsr.
8nlt, Pish, Plaster. Ac. Warrea, Ohio.
E. LEFFINGWELL. Forwardin?
sad Cocuuiasion lcrchaia. and dealer In Flour.
Sad, Fish. Plaster. Ac, Ar., Warren, 0. mar 31 if
(STEVENS & Co., Commission Mer-
chants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese. Salemix. Fiah,
Fruit, ami Produce generally. No. 14 and Itldecond
ikreet. lietweest Main antl Sycauaore, Cinci isiiati. O.
Ke,:-i:ev'-E: Dickson, lfiggs at Co.; Wilsbire, Bris
tol. te.: Joha Swasey At Co.; S.asey Ac Wise ; Uarri
seu t liuuixtr ; Kentiet At Duiaity. aud Merckaiii gen-
ker et'Urtauifiy on hand the bct Melodturas, which ho
will fnrriish at aamifainnrcr prices, at Farnrton
xruLi 111 cunry, O. Insatrat.'nutiS givrn frsus to pur
ehaurs. -.'pai.'Uig; and triiuiig d ce vita TMsinrss nd
tfisjwuch. toatjr "t
J AWS" RHODES Ss BARE. General
SL.J Produce Comn)iiii.;n M'rrhailfA, Nj.SJ West Ca
luxl4is ?t, Cilteianati. O. (CasKssier tj Bcsswva
ire referred lo J. il. Brssra. North BltjomHeM) m-pro
J. W, WROSIW
BROOKS Jr THOMAS. Fashionable
Tail irx. ruotu jver Siciiil' ILu Store. Mala St..
arret:. OI.W. P. rtkuiar attentioa paid to eutUag.
and arairanted to at property taad up. . . tab j
NJ'.UiE LINE. The iberi-
XI Wrs ha caaieuced roarUng a tve-horse Coach
Painvi!ieto liivuzn.,, for the cia;su ..ration
ft iie traveling public, Yhe Couch will leave Use Aaaer
as iltse. at Painurllle. Mosutay. Wednsaoay. and
I'rWars. and rcturaiug. wilt bsav H!oossJlol4. Tursntsys.
I'tarsJays aad Suaxdays. Tk Cawh wiil gt lutj
Paotcviile in uu t- mtrat th. xpre. T rasas fog
B !: an I r.s-araisg. will retch !
Beta ia seasM i. ses-et the VTxrn-aaitS A,ita.ht stacA.
tUo the Uis k frtu hUitsasxi t Cagria talis, -J.
Ki.tlrf.!, JcueT. l-"i-f W. Cf AlBBANKiL
rFUE CLfNTON LINE RAIL ROAD
NjM:.r notice to stoccuulder-'I
Aarnul JLseting sf )ltseka.Mers ml the Csistss
ftal fc-.nl. will he held oa W4sasisr- tn. vs. V
Jtiaxr aext. at la 1ti r the C.ssiyai.. ia Hav.
. . T.tViLi
Jja. 3d, 3t
CATTLE POWDER. MJreiniBr. Fron
164 At Ct.'s CeUtdsntssI fegett.le CaUM Pswsder
a!ts!aaiiy aa ha-wt aad for tade ta large ar asaaU amass.
y the ahscxiiatt', trha. an ( Artssu far (aa,
N. B. S-.cs; are reaslna aaWs m-anaw-il of
Marr Ir.l-ii it C. a W- C)-E, Ag'l,.
DOORS, D00KS. D00RS.-TO Co
vietwt, Caraessi aad BaUsVrs. can fsarauB
WRk Ptiarl i,sws of all styles, a rm dwai ehsaae
Uta roa cm avaxe (arm tr aasd. Ci fnoA if ot
hriter.) Ca'taa extsshae sr wrk and prices yarn
m tatrd mitk is. A bhersl div-Mi, u srwr
axVirxler,. B rPEAB At JJ.Y.
rVUZ lOD'DES OF IRON. Mereuy.
'tru. C.psscr. tulpasxr. aasl Pots ts was. Lr-stus-
titist. '(., it ty Urinms. I i tstsmt
.l4 aad f-- Sale lo a.
M.yJI. PoTEt tt Ca',
LL o'y D1L JAYNEd FAJilLY
A VEMCf E. Aytsr Cher.- IVciM-ai. aad Oi-gl-s
tiada Ch-tc-o, rar ausj Km