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EDWARD I. HOWARD,
Kilitor and Proprietor.
r. m. ninor, ruiTii.
- Weekly Cirtulation Orrr !!00 Copies,
and constantly tncreuiag.
TERMS On Bolus Tim Cinm In advance.
Two Don. if P.JHK-M is delayed ti" after the -
piratinn or lane mootus
"fiVs, paper discontinued until " atrearage ore
paid, except at th ption of th Publiaher.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Twelve line, or le, inerun.
M two "
- " three
mm each additional Insertion,
Twelve Una, or lews, three months, -
- sir
- twelve "
Twenty- An, tbrec month,
- six "
twelve "
Thlrty-dx line, three month
- six "
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1 00
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4 00
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5 00
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7 00
13 60
six
18 00
Adrertnintr over tfcia amount, at the rat of fifty dol
lar per eolama.
Address Cards, hmetted for the year, at (1 OOperline.
JOB PRINTING.
Havin a well aeleeted asaertaKat af Job Priiitlnr
material, w are prepared to execute SB the aery best
all Kind of plain and fancy Book and Job
rrinuaic,
Address Cards,
Basiness Cards,
Orealara,
Cataloacaea,
DraTta,
Blank Beeelrsa),
Check Book. Bill Heads.
Jnstices' Blank, Lawyers' Blank,
Isandbills, Pamphlets,
Show Bills, Certificates,
Bills, Bank Checks,
Stare Bills, Bills of Lading,
Colored Printinic
Ball Ticket. Mamresta, etc
In fact erery thia done ia the shape of Printing, at
each sarieea aa cannot ra e , ana mm urc iniitii
' Botioe. We keep constantly on hand a earenjily selee
ed assortment of Card and fine Stationery, from which
hsae in want af mucin r can aeieca.
Jaatice aad Coastablcaf Blanks,
WA.nMA5TBK, M0BT0ASB QUIT-CLAIM DEEDS,
suaaoim, bxbxxtiowb, scarcraaa, nv
Constantly on hand and foe sale.
HODEI 8IXGIXG VUUK.
n anasExxm or a miluoh csru I
THE CTTHAB.A.
B1
T L B. "WOODBURY, Since the
I of the "Dolclser" U the isaainr of
Cha-vlTHA&A, one qaarcer ""w
Vroodbnry's books hare been sold. Sach is th ac
knowledged excetence af the Dulcimer, both ia kind
snd quality, that it has been made the model for every
oanslar Manic Book published since it's appearance.
Tor It's equally esteemed aaeeessor. the Vythara, enum
siastic praises reach us from all quarters of the coon-
A SECOND EDITION OF TWENTY THOUSAND
T. mm ml,, la which the few slirht error which e
caped noUce in the first twenty thousand ax corrected.
f?nhlished by sr.. riuimnMTwpi. ,cw
Jaa 2 'ii. KJSQ C0MPAST, Cleveland, 0.
it
TO FCICHASKXS Of
W ATCIIE8, SILVER WARE, JEWELR Y
ajt rawer soon.
T'HE SUBSCRIBERS reapectfully
I nrwnt thia catalocue af their assortment of
VuiW Jeweb-v. Silver Ware and Fancy Ooods, which
rill be found as extensive as that of any establishment
in th country, aad nas seen maao up mnm uwr
cdfe acquired by experience of more than twenty year
" atevoted to the business. Tendering as an expressiea
aaf oar thanks to th numerous customers was nave ta
' ..ii Amir fwtroaare. wa truat our exertioas
will merit it' continuance. It is our intention aad
determination to . keep such an assortment as the de
naands of the varioas sections of the country require,
snd to sell ear goods at the Levsst Price.
CTERLISa EILTEB,
Oiun-anteed pare aolid Metal and of th Wgnest finish.
Tab la Desert, and Tea
8P00N8.
Plain Tbread, Washington, Msyfiovrer, Beaded,
Branswick, Prince Albert, French Patterns, plain and
cipped. Kew patterns added a they appear. Table and
jesert Forks to match. Butter Knives. Soup Ladles.
Salt Spoons, Oyster Forks. Oj stea Ladles, Mustard
rSpoona, Crumb knives. Fish Slicers, Gravy Spoons, Pie
latter. Cake Knives, Ice Cream Knives, Preserve
peoaa,8agar Shovels. Desert Knives, Sugat Baskets,
Pitchers and Sobleta, Napkin Rings, SnnS and Tohaoce
Soxes, Sugar Sifters, Card Basket. Porte Monaiea.
Card Csawe, Orape Scissors, Mustard Cupe.
The stack af Silver comprises nearly every article de
sired for emameat or utility, and eaanet for beauty of
cltaign, quality aad workmanship be surpassed by any
other store in the country .
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Our extensiv stock of Goods in this department need
mnlvta be seen and examined to be appreciated. We
have new a large assortment of the richest description
f Plated wares, and are almost daily adding to our
eases piece a elegant and hardly distinguishable from
innss made at solia silver.
iLiti mm on FBan sit.tx aw ataaT.
Tea Spoon. Table Spoons, Table Forks, Dessert
forks. Dessert Spoons, Butter Knives, Soup Ladles,
Mustard Spoons, Salt Spoon. Tea and Coffee Seta,
Uqnor Frames. Castors, Coffee Urns, Waiter and Tray
Sutter Coolers, salt ueiiers, napain amp, xt aw
Cake aad Bread Trays, Toast Racks.
TABLE CTJTLERT.
English and American. Fine ivory-handle Knives
atnd Forks in seta
Fins Ivory Table aad Dessert Knives with French
smttsrn Forks.
Fine Ivory Table and Dessert Knives without Fork.
EJlTory and Bock Handled seer aiicers.
Paste. Varks. Kitchen Carvers and Steels.
Knife Benovatora, Children's Knives and Forks, and
large stock of English and American rocket vouery.
Wa ask parcaaaersts examine oar stock of
sarraaaia naraX watts.
Tea aad Coffee Pats, Cream Jugs, Sugar and Slop
Bowls, in sets or singly.
Tea aad Table Spoons, Tea and Coffee Urn.
Candlestick. Molasses Cups, Water Pitchers.
Mugs for Children, Castor Frames with Bottles.
Conxmaniou Ware, Tarkards, Cups. Plates, Bowls, ska
w. wmfnl t. offer Great indacement in
GOLD AND 8ILTER WATCHES.
Including all af the best makers in Londen, Liver
pool and Geneva. The assortment consist in part of
she following makers
F. B Adams dt Son's, T. F. Casper :
M. J. Tobias, Joi'h Johnson ;
James Stsdard. H. F. Cewderoy, BokU ; .
B. 0. Braeebridge, Harisone
Jamas Hoddsil, David Taylor, B. Stanton, Cart
urrirbt: The. D. Tintoa, F. B. Adam At Son's, Jute Jurgen
smn.
(Th last three warranted to perforin lbs same in aa
atkUema af 40 degrees.)
Mantandon, Perregaox, Matile;
"French, CLroad, airdin, John Magnin.nad rarioas
avther good makera.
Wa would add that oat of hundred who hare used
our James Briadte Watches, we know not of one dissat
isfied or who finds fault with them. Particular atten
aion paid to adjusting Watohe for Bail Boada.
Wa have aa rood a stock af Watches as caa be found
in the western conn try, and all warranted to perform
wall; and we respectfully solieite a trial from those who
away be in want af suoid watcB. w e nave an exteu
aava assortment of
JEWELBT.
, it W...k rk.;. O.M flnanl fSnli fim
Curb. Fancy Patterna, Test Curbs, all weights, chased
graduated, Greek and round link patera ; Gentlemen'
F-ina, Box and Glass Pin for the hair and Dagaerreo-
"LADIES PIKB.
Diamond, Pearl, Oarnet, Ruby, Crystal, Coral. Mos
aic, raasre. totu,au sixes, various awua, ihkwir,
Pin aad Chain, Locket, Bracelets, Bar Rings, Bar
Xnobs, Bar Wire. Bosom 8tuds.'Sleeve Buttons, Snap
Bead and Scarf Pins, Chain Slides, By wlaase. wold
Spectacles. Gold Pencils, Crosses, Thimbles. Armlet,
Seals, Fob Key, Guard Keya, Cuf Buttons, Chain by the
soot, Gold Swivela,and every description of nn Jewel
ry. All article guaranteed a represented.
Wa alo offer a rich and well selected stock of
FANCY GOODS.
Comprising s variety of Porta Monaies, Reticules,
stressing Cases;
Toilet Boxes, Fans. Comb of all kinds ;
Hair and Tooth Brushes. Cornelian and Jet Ooods
Domino, Chess-men. Checker-men. Opera Glasses
Tobacc Boxes. Coral Bead, Thermometers ;
Oil Paintings, Bronzed Mantle Ornanmnt;
Sewing Birds, Crad Cases, Purses:
Portfolio. Mathematical Instrument :
Wax Beada,8oapa, Perfnmery, Labin' Extracts, Sn
Hair Oils, together with a great varrety of elegant good
suitable tor
PRESENTS.
Baring n practical knowledge af oar business, and of
gne wants and tastes or the coramnnay, w are warrant
ed in sarins that we aan suit any buyers visiting our
establishment, who wish to and a Laree and Fresh
Stock of Good. AIKEN dt COON,
jan 24 IS, Jf. 47WeddeU House, Cleveland. O.
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STATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
S. 8. In Court or Probate.
Edmund P. Burnett, Ex'r, of Moses Cailunaa Dec'd.
vs.
Richard Bonis, James Burri and John Csshman'
beirs via. Basse L, David, Squire, Mary, Jane, and Cel
estia Coshman,et al.
The aaid defendants are notified that the said Execn
cor, ha filed hi Petition in said Court, to obtain, an
order to sell .certain Lands, of said Deceased vis. about
113 acre af Land, sirnaled ia Hubbard, Trumbull Co.
Ohio.
This cans will be for hearing on 16th day of Feb'y.
A. D. 1855.
EDMUND P. BrRNETT,
Ex'r of Moses Cushman Dec'd.
jan245S.4w. Br Alli 0. Fulls, his Atty.
Taksj
in
it
have
or
own
my
SWANS' TREATISE. A new Edition
on the Law relating to the powers, and duties of
Justices of the Peace, and Constables in the State of
Ohio, with practical form, at the
jan 24 KEW YORE BOOKSTORE.
prove
JOHN DOWLING'S History of Ro
man ism, it's doctrine and ceremonies, it's politi
cal and religious machinery, it's popes and ceuncels,
it' intolerate Spirit and murderous practices, from it
origin to the present day at- BALDWIN'S
and
f
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BARNUM
and Oraly, at jan 24 BALDWIN'S.
Ai
Tlf Y COURTSHIP and it's conse-
XT A qu
que nee, by WickofT, juit ree'd at
jan 24 '55,
ADAMS.
SWAN'S MANUEL, 4th and
edition for Executors and Administrators, at
last
jan 24 '5S.
ADAMS.
IN
HUMANITY CITY, by the
Bev. K. H. Chap in, A new snpply at
jan 24 '55 ADAMS.
as
0-DE-N0-SAW-NEE. or the
Leagues ef the Irani!, hy Lewis D. Morgan,
corrisponding ineniher of the Kew Tork Historical
Society, of the American Ethnological Society dec. An
elegant hook of pares and beautiful maps, for sale
i ADAMS BOOKSTORE. As weU as a few more of
those cheap family bibles. iaaS4
even
aid
Mary
of
lands
TYPES OF MANXIND, or Ethnolog
leal researches based upon the ancient monu
ment. Paintings. Sculptor and Crania of races, and
apon their Natural. Geographical, Philological, Biblical
history by J. C. Nott and Geo. B. Giiddon. Price
5.X A few copies just ree'd at ADAMS,
jaa 17'55.
jah
subject
Tyrrill,
by
dered
CAMPHINE OR PINE OIL, and
Burning Fluid, far tale by
jsaM sAV M X. tSUTU A. OK
at ah
T7RESH MEAT FOR CASH.
X The aubarriber wnvld inform the citizens of War-
ren and vicinity that Freah Mrat mxy be fmnd bereaf-
ter, until further notice. a h old atand" eu Literty
Street, eu the m4rninga of Tuesday,, Ttu.ra.lar and Sat-
nlay of earn week.
Ashe ia dXerantned to aeii uii rJK t ami, witn
oat respect to person, he will be enaK 1, by having
the moiiee down every time, to furnish meal at a very
low figure. My old friend aad customer are invited
tocalL pan 1 'ii St) F. KAKKIIIEK-
VTET LYME WATER CURE.
L The a Ho re eUbihment still continues in sne
cessfnl operation, and is aout ta commence apon it's
fourth seaon. Tae largely increasea namner or pa
tient treated a me ena-oi.naacui uie pan year, ana
"sawe . ...-
ber to belieie that no place affords superior a.tranta;es
for treatment. The above ectahhshmeut is located in
Kew Lyme. AantaJiula Coantjr, Oh io. Terms from six
to ffiprht dollara per week, according to r mmi taken
and attention given, payable weekly invariahly. For
examination, and advice for thoae that do not stay at
the cure $1 ; for examination and writen preacriiion
for borne treatment $2, P. EEC M. D. Propietir.
Kew Lyaae,Jaa Hth, 55 3m
0 H E DA NCI X G PART OF
COMMt NITY. e would reapectfnlly call their
attention to a aplended lot of Gaa-r'a GaiTaaa, warrant
ed to fit any kind of a foot; which Boost b sold, or
riven awav, call soon and examine,
jaa 17 'ii. JAg McC0!f NEL ox CO.
CARDS. The Date Leaves form a system of social
rasaes intended for Parlor Amu&ements and Kdacatioa-
al Incentives, ar resular School Instruction.
"It is believed that they possess all the social quali
ties of Gaming Cards without that utter waste of time,
aad tendency to dissipatioa. They inspire the com
pany with mirth and furnish subject for conversatioa;
provoke and excite inquiry and research, and give
systematic arrangements ta ideaa and items." Umck
uter Dmilf Jhmtricmm. .
"The work haa cost much labor, and merits the appro
bation of all those who would combine friendly enjoy
ment with intellectual improvement. Tbey may be used
in the school, th family ar social circle.' Ornate
aarlit.
"From a careful examination af these Leaves, we
are of opinion that Mr. Brewster has furnished a val
uable and entertaining suhstitne for games of less in
terest and questionable morality AaraAra Tmrktr.
Testimonials from Clergymen, Principals of Acade
mies, and names well known asd identified with the
cause of education, have been given in earnest com-
meadatiea af this new instructive to mental and social
imnrovement.
Th Cause. 60 in number, are put np in elegant
boxes, each accompanied with a book, giving full in
structions for the varioas games. Price 50c per box.
or for sal tn quantities by Bttovna. at tne
at ltmn. ouuasivK,
S3, Main St. Warren, Ohio.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Eparana Thomas Adm'r )
of Mary Anderson aes a
Probate Court,
James B. Anderson, I Petition to sell land.
Finley 8. Anderson I
and others. J
The said James B. Anderson and Finley 8. Anderson
heirs of the said Mary Anderson, are hereby informed
that on the 16th. day of January ltv, said administra
tor filed his petition in the Probate Court of Trumbull
County Obio, the object ana prayer ot wnice petition
to obtain an order on the twenty-fourth day of Feb
roarv A. D. 1855. 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,
known by being part of lot No. 30, in said township of
Liberty and bounded a follows: Beginning at the
south-east corner of aaid section No. 30, thence north
Deg. west on the east line of said section to the south
line of John Loy's land thence westerly an aaid Loy's
line, so far that a line drawn parllel with the first men
tioned line running to the South line of sasfi section.
No. 30, will contain twenty acres of land. Alto, anoth-
lot of land situated in aaid township of Liberty,
aforesaid known by part of lot No. 19, in aaid township
and bounded as foBows :
Beginning at a point in the west line of said lot, at
the South-west corner of land owned by Isaac Wages
which is twenty chains and forty links north from the
South-west corner of said lot No. 19, thence east along
South line of said Wages land thirty-foar chains
and forty-seven links, thence south so far that a line
drawn parallel with the last mentioned line, or South
line of aaid Wages' land ta the west line of said lot,
shall contain seven acres of land.
XPUJLAIM THOMAS. Adm'r of Mary Anderson, dee.
Bl Philo B. Earn, his Atty.
jan 84 '55, 4w.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
The Bute of Ohio In Petition for Partition
Tnunbull County 8. s. in the Court of Common
Pleas of Trumbull Co., 0.
By virtae of an order of sale to me directed and de
livered, wherein, Stephen Praden, and Pheba Prnden
Plaintiffs, and Lyman Thompson, Jonathan Thomp
son, Silas Thompson, Uiram T. Thompson, James
Thompson, Beth Thompson, Catherine Thompson, Alvi
ra Williams, John Mc'Clure, Lncy Mc'Clure, John
Law, Sally Law, Samuel Dood and Manila Bond, are
defendants. I shall expose to pnblic sale at the door of
Court House, in Warren, in said county, on Satur
the 3d day of March, A- V. between the hour
of 10 o'clock A. H. and 4 o'clock P. JrL of said day,
lands and tenements described in she said petition, to
Situate in Vienna Township, Mo. 4 tn 3d Kange
Townships tn toe Connecticut western Keserve, in
State of Ohio, which is also ia the county of T.tun
and is known by being parts of lot No. 18. and is
bounded as follows : Beginning at the north-east cor
ner of the farm purchased by E.G. ez U. K. Booth, of Da
and Est! er Acbeson, (and if better known as the
originally owned by Nathan B. Dawson) and from
thence running soutn along the west line or Abel Ty
ler's farm, to the east and west center road, thence run
west along said Center Road to the south-east corner
five acres or tana xormaiiy deeded to said -lames
Thompson, by U. KL. Booth, and from thence north
alone said Thompson's five acre lot, to its north-east
corner, thence running west along the north line of
five acre tract to the lands of Hi ram Burnett, thence
north along the east line of said Burnett's land, to land
ownsd by Samuel Squires (deceased) thence running
aiong saia squire s souu line to tne place or be
ginning, and to contain twenty acres of land, be the
more or less, said twenty acres of land appraised
stw.
Also the following described lands and tenements In
petition also described, to wit: situate in said
Vienna Township, being Township no. 4. in said coun
of TrumbulL known by part of lot 18 and is bounded
follows: Beginning at the south-east comer of lands
articled by Hiram iturnett on the east and west high
way 17 rods, 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 tne place or Beginning, and
contain five acres of land deeded by C. K. Booth to
James Thompson, Sen., April 12th, ISM. Recorded in
Trumbull county Record Book, 66, pace 300, said five (i)
of land appraised at 9 100.
One-third ef the purchase money to be paid on the
of sale, ene-third in one yei.r thereafter, and one
in two years from said day of sale, and interest
thereon until paid, with approved security.
it. wl hakmu-, sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Warren, January 24th TU, 5w.
LEGAL NOTICE.
The President, Directors and
Company of the Western Bes
erv Bank
Court of Common
Pleas of Trumbull
-County, Ohio,
Civil Action
Petition.
P. MeCormick, Jacob Roblson,
John Battles and Josiah Bob
bins, Jr. J
MeCormick, a non resident of the State of Ohio, la
hereby nottned tnat tne plaintiffs filed their petition in
Court, against the defendants on the 20th day of
January 1855, asking judgement against them on two
promisory note made by P. MeCormick, payable to the
of Bobison At Battles, and endorsed by them and
Josiah Bobbin Jr. to the plaintiffs ; said notes dated
1st 1854, one payable sixty day after date, for
750, and th other payable seventy day after date, for
with interest on said note from the time they
became due, and costs of protest $2,75
An order of Attachment wa issued, against the prop
erty of P. MeCormick. The plaintiffs, will take judg
ment by default against said P. MeCormick, unless he
answer by toe 31st. day of March, 155.
IflJTCHINS A CTJBTISS.
jan 24 "Si, (v. Attys for Plffs.
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County, as.
of Romanta Barber, dee-,) Petition to sell
st. Land.
Samuel Clark, and others. Court of Probate.
In obedience to an order of sale, issued by the Court
Probate, within and for said county of Trumbull, on
5th day of Jan., A. D. 1855, and to me directed, I
offer for sale at public vendue, on Friday the S3d
of February .A- D. 1S55, on the premises, between the
of HI o'clock, A. M-, and 4 o'clock, P. M- of said
the following described lands: Situated in the
township of Fowler, in said Trumbull county, Ohio,
known by being part of lot no.3, in said town
ship, and bounded as tollows: On the east by a high
way leading from Johnaon to Vienna, on the south by
of Martin R- Gates, on the west by landa of
beorge lialleec, and en the north by a road leading
tne centre or irowier to tne centre or Uartxord,
containing fifty acres, be the same more or less.
The above lands are encumbered with Widow's
Dower, set off by metes and bounds, and will be sold
subject to said dower right. The interest to be sold
been appraised at one thousand dollars. To be
on deferrwl payments not exceeding two years.
LYDIA BARBER,
Administratrix of R. Barber, dec'd.
By Jso. M. Sttjll, her Atty. Jan. 17, 18J-4, 4w
Caki or Torn Lcbos, ir You no nor wish to
U.B OF THS COSSCMI-Ttotf.
Pittsburgh, April 1,1M7.
Mr. E. Skllwrs Dear Sir. I have on several occa
sions expressed to you personally, the high estimation
which from having made used of it for several years
ssy family, I held your "Imperial Cough Syrup. I
never known it to fail in relieving Cougha, Colds,
oppression of the Lungs, when used promptly, and
according to your directions. I hare given it to infant
children with highly beneficial effects; and so far as my
case is concerned, a dose taken at mght before re
tiring has invariably relieved me from Cough or any
disagreeable feeling of the cheat. I always keep it in
house, and would not, on any account, be without it.
very person who may use it, will pro ounce it an
agteeable, mi Id. yet highly effective cough medicine,
which, in a climate as chan gable as ours, cannot fail to
a great benefit to all who may give it a trial.
I am, sir, respectfully, your friend,
WM.H. WHITNEY,
Kditor Pittsburgh Daily Chronicle,
Prepared and sold by R. K. SELLERS At Co.,
Pittsburgh. Pa.
For sale by PORTER dt Co., Warren; and Druggist
Merchants teraugbout the State. jan 17 ..
EGAL NOTICE.
Matthew K Maekey,
Administrator of Abijah
Tyrrell Ilee'd
vs.
Gushom Turnner, Mary A. 1 In ths Court of Corn-
Turn ner. no renon lurnner, I mon Pleas for Tram-
fiaomi lyrriu, nenviiK Tyr- bulll County, Ohio.
nu, nj , j , i m, auiveii
Tyrrifl,
Naomi Silliman, Abijah gilli
man, Lorindo Bartholomew,
Abial Bartholomew, Celeste
Mac key, and Mary A. Pr indie
The said Uoyt Tyrrin, and RosweB Tyrrill. are noti
Bed that the said Matthew K. Maekey has filed a petition
Administrator as aforesaid, against the parties afore
said, made defendants to recover of aaid Gushom and
Robertson Turnner, the sum of six hundred and seven
ty dollars, and Interest thereon, being the amount of
legacies by the aaid Abijah Tyrrill, dec'd to the
Hoyt Tyrrill, Bos well Tyrrill, Naomi Silliman,
A. Turnner. Lorinda Bartholomew, Celeste Mack
ey.snd Mary A Prindle respectively and of the expenses
said Administration, and the aale therefor of certain
of said Abijah Tyrrill. dec'd devised by said Abi
Tyrrill. to said (iushom and Robertson Turnner
to the payments aforesaid. The said Hoyt
and Boswell Tyrrill must answer (aid petition
the 34th day of March lnii, or judgement will be ren
against them by default.
M. iLirr t iiiiLE, attys. lor rur.
langlSSS.w.
SWANS' MANUAL. Fourth Edition
just i-Kshed. new and revised, and adapted to the
present practice. A complete guide for Executors, and
Administrator, just rceived by express a large supply,
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THE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN I
TWELVE TEARS ! There bu been a rresi deal
' of puffing and steaming going on id the town iapers.
j a thing I never u in the ha' ft of da ing. I only take
j this simple method ttf informing mj old customer, and
the public tn general, that 1 Kavc commenced keeping a
; smaii uroeery ana Be-r Hal!, an Mam street, Ae. 41.
(the bermao Sirn.) where roa can find such rrocerr I
article usually kept in such a store. 1 alo keep keep j
on nana a art rate article or AI.K and BAKU, and In
vite all of those who are friends of the same. Th Hall I
M keje open every day. Sundays excepted.
Warren, Jan. 3 1 at, lr'SS. D. BISHOP.
iVAHUllUK'S AOflUlS. ftotice 111
X-J hereby riven, that the subscriber has been ap-
tointtl EmtnBiilluMlMaAriiiM InTfnMihU I
, late or Liberty, deceased. All persons having claim
; acainn saio estate, will present tliem withla on year,
Irally authenticated, to me, at Liberty : and all per
oui indebted ta said tstau. are reoaestcd to make im-
reqoeated 1
mediate parment.
11EM1V BAK!fUISKU
Jan. 31, lf'iS. 3i
Exector.
ATEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
XI TRUMBULL COITCTY, OH 10. Th undersigned
ar preparing to pahlish as soon as is compatible with I
accuracy, a new and complete map of Trumbull Coun
ty, entirely from actual surreys. The surveys will all I
10 made by experienced Engineers. All the public I
roads and locations of dwelliugs. places af Worship. J
Post Otfieesicliool lloutes. CoontyStorea. Hotels, Mills, I
Ate- are to he shown, and the names of owners of nron- I
erty will also he inserted i a their place in the style of I
maps or nrie, Ontario, Livingston, tn rare. and Oswe-1
go counties aic. tc, in new tork by the same pub-1
lishers. I
Map of the principal vilare in th county will h I
Insersrd in the margin. The whole will be plotted to I
tn scale it tnenes to the mile so as to make a I
large and ornamental map t u ngraved and deliver- I
ad, handsomely colored and mounted at five dollars per 1
copy- il,uki l a xtrruis at Co.
holTMlnoaSt. Phihtdtlphaxnd Story. Jan. 8 1 35
r NEW HARDWARE STORE.
T& A. L. MORLEV,
Successor to James G. Brooks, dealer In TlaBswaBC,
Ct'TUtuT, Iaoa. Kail and Glass, where at ail time
can be foand a large and varied assortment af JJous
Trimming. Carpenter s Tools, dec.
Received this day and now opening
C do. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 - Beaver's
1 " Hay Knives, "good."
2 Pittsburgh Gun-barrels.
2 Remington's
30 Tons Pittsburgh Iron, assorted sise.
59 Bundle best Norway Kail Rods.
Warren, Kov. 1, 16H. . A. L. M0RLET.
Raving this day sold my entire Stack af Hard wart
to A. L. moxlcv, who will continue the baainess at tne
old stand, I take this method of informing my old
friends and former patrons that I shall remain with
Mr. Moblxt, where I shall be nappy to see them a
usual. j. u. uttuuaa.
Oct 30, 1854. nv. 15
JANUARY AND FEBRUARY Ap
Dointments. Dr. H. TUBB3, Analytic Physician, win be at his I
room. Warren, ( as It HI House, Monday Feb. .
Obk'ell. Mr. Eaton's Tuesday afternoon, Feb. C
Bavkkii a, Prentiss House. Tuesday and Wednesday, I
Feb. 20th and 21st
This beior the season ef Bronchitis and Lunt; diseases I
reference is given to a severe case cured three years j
since, showing recovery complete ana permanent- nr. I
w . is proprietor of a Hotel in .East Cleveland, an old
resident, and general known. Of the utility of our
remedies thousands can testify, and in no case, even I
the incurable, can they be used, rightly prescribed.
without benefit.
Our undivided attention being given to chronic dis
ease, nearly all the cures are of persons who have
thoroughly tried the routine of remedies (so eaHed) now
extant, and many becoming hopeless inartyrs to popular I
but repulsive modes of treatment.
mo CHajtee roa cowscltatu !
Dr. Tubhs neither bleeds nor blisters, nor is tve J
Homeopethist; he never uses Mercury, Antimony, Ar
senic, or any other Minerals, as sudicsi agents; nor it
he a Thompson ian he neither steams nor gives emetics.
His theory of disease differs from all others that have
been adopted, but not more so than does his system of
treatment. He does not suits sick tmmk well, nor
temr do wm tm ml4 up again ; nor allay irritation by
patching up with mnsdfnes.
r auen is snouid marK wen tne uates given aoove.
Our entire time being pre-engaged, attendance mas! I
accord strictly with published announcements. I
An unbiased opinion as to the probability of a cure I
always given subjecting the patient to no ecpenst f
without a reasonable prospect ox success.
BRONCHITIS ITS WORST 8TAGES CCKED.
Da. Trass. Sir: When I commenced your treatment a I
few months since, I was much debilitated, and suffering I
from severe pain in the side, shortness or breath, weak
ness and pain in the small of the back, night sweats,
restlessness, coughing, and expectorating profusely, of
ten raising a pint of whitish substance in a single morn
ing. Took cold irequenUy and a soreness and inflama-
tion of the throat of two years standing, seemed increas
ing and extending down upon the lungs. At times I 1
became so dixzy as to fall, unless near some object of I
support. By use of your medicines t was entirely re-
and am now as weU and strong as ever before in
are ; sm at work through all kinds or weatner, and
mgh sometimes wet, neither the cough nor soreness I
' throat troubles me in the least.
Yours respectfully. Jambs 3. Welca.
East Cleveland, Dec 25, 1K1
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
David Havnes dc Edward B. Drake. 1
Executors of William Knight Dec, f InTrumbull-
ts. County Coor I
Thomas h. woire, ionn woire, st i non fleas.
Giles Clark. Defendants. j
The said Thomas M. Wolfe or Giles Clark are notified
that the saM plaintiffs on the S9th of November. 1854
filled in said Court their petition setting forth among
other things that certain Lands of the said John and
Thomas AL Wolfe, have been sold in certain proceed
ings by the said Giles Clark in the said Court arainat
said Thomas si. and John noire to satisfy a decree
therein had against them and that after satisfaction
thereof, there remain sin the hands of the Sheriff a
surplus of money, belonging to them jointly of more
than four hundred dollars, and that the plaintiffs in cer
tain proceedings against said Thomas M. Wolfe, com
menced in said Court by attachment on said lands, dnly
recovered a judgement against him at the October Term
said Court in 1654 for the sum of one hundred and
sighty seven dollars and sixty two cents ($187,62) and
eosts of suit to be taxed, and seeks the application of so
mucn or said surplus as may be necessary, to satisfy
said judgment. The said Thomas H. Wolfs and Giles
Clark, must answer said petition, by the 31st dsy of
March 1855, or judgement will be rendered against them
default- SUTLIKF dc TUTTLB. Atty. for Plffs.
Jan. 31 '55 6w
4M0URT OF COMMON PLEAS of
Trumbull County Ohio.
William Mc Far lane
Guardian of Angelina
6, McFarlane. Petition for Partition
Asabel W. Porter and
Charles 8- Porter.
The said Asahel W. Porter and Charles S. Porter are
hereby notified that said William McFarlane, Guardian
Angeline 3. McFarlane, on the 13th. day of January I
D. leia, filed his petition in said court against them, 1
which is still pending therein, praying lor the par
tition of thirty-four acres and sixty-fire rods of land in
No. 30 in Bow land Trumbull County. Ohio, and be
ing the land set off to Angeline Porter, late Angeline
Mcrarjane, deceased by Frederick Kinsman and Jama
iff under the will of James Scott deceased. Also
praying for the partition of ten acres of land in War
Trumbull County, Ohio, being part of section Me. I
and the same land a parted and set off in the will of I
James Scott deceased, to Angeline Porte c. late Angelina
rar lane aeceaseo.
The petitioner asks thaUene third of said lands be j
to said Angeline S. McFarlane and one third each to 1
Asahel W. and Charles S. Porter.
Said petition will be for hearing at the next term ef I
i;ourt, to ne noiden in warren in said county on
13UL. day of March next.
UUTCHINS OZ CL KTISS.
jan 1? 1855 -6w. Attys. for Petitioner.
THE H0ISERY Department Panic
nlar attention is paid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
Fancy Colors, Cashmere, 8 late Brown, Black and
White Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Hall
and a large quantity for children,
apr 36 E. E. HOYT st CO.
rpHE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbal
uonnty. fjourtor common flea.
Lorenzo Bowi
v Petition for Divorce.
Mary M. Row)
'Mary M. Bow, will take notice that said Lorenza Bow
the twentieth day of October A. 1). lrlos. filed a peti
tion in the said Court, praying that he may be divorced
said Mary M. Row : He alleges as cause ; First,
neglect of duty ; Second, Adultery. Said cause
be for hearing, at the March term of aaid Court
d. less.
C. W. Smith, Atty. for Plff. cS3-6w.
jUli SALt. A House and Lot. in
the Tillage of Warren, in an elligible situation.
Washington Avenue. Lot 1 medium sise, Uous
commodious, containing a Rooms. Price. $j0U.
lnqnir of J. P. ASPER, Att'y at Law.
d U-ow
SALE OF REAL ESTATE by order
of Court, On Wednesday, the ?th day of February,
D. lr3, between ID and 3 o'clock, of said day, will
sold on the premises, in Greene, Trumbull county,
the following real estate, via: Hixteen acres of
north part of the following lot of land: situated al j
aioresaia, and la tne tr. c part oi lot no. a. anu noun
ded, beginning at a post in the corners of lots 3. 4, 7
o ; thence north on lot line S3 chs., 18 Iks., to a
; thence W. on a line 13 chs?9 Iks.; thence S. on
line 20 chs.. 7 Iks., to a post ; thence E. on the cen
of the road li chs., 96 Iks., to place of beginning.
MARY JANE hi Mi.
Administratrix of Seta King, dec'd.
By A. 0. FcLLaa, Atty. Jan. 17, 4w
LEGAL NOTICE.
The President, Directors, A Co.,1 Court of Com
of the Western Reserve Bank, mon Pleas, ol
vs. Trnmbnll
MeCormick, Jacob Bobison and County, Ohio.
John Battle. Civil Action.
P. MeCormick one of the defendant a non-resident
the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that on the &th
of December A. D. 1H54, the plaintiffs filed their
petition against the defendants in said Court, alleging
the defendants are indebted to ihem on the prom
issory note of said P. MeCormick, the said MeCormick
maker and the said Bobison dt Battle a endorsers
the sum of $1163 JO. with interest from Dec. 25th
Said note dated June i2nd. 154 and payable to
order of said Robinson Si Battle at the Merchants
Manufactures Bank, Pittsburgh Pa. six months af
ter date.
writ of Attachment was issued in said cause
acainst the goods and effect of said P. MeCormick.
plaintiR will take judgment by default against
P. MeCormick for said sum and interest a afore
antes he answers by the 31 day of March 155.
uijxiiiias oc t iauso.
Jan. 3d. 1655 6w Atty. for PIO
"VT0TICE. All persons indebted to
me. by note or book account, will confer a favor
calling at the Gaskill House, and -squaring up,
after the 15th of February, all notes and account
ne lett fur collection. a, w a a., c o.
SPIRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED.
An exnoae of the oririn. history, theology and
philosophy of creation, alleged communications from
spirit world by means of spirit rapping, mediums
writing, physical demonstrations, etc-, with illustra
l,y Rev. II. Matuson, A. MM at
Jan. 17 miuvi.13.
DR. DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
Scotland, at Edinliurg.upon his return from his visit
the United State. Also, BEDIM and Dr. ULFI
contrasted, by Kerwan, for sal nt
Jan. 17 BALDvTIU'S.
ARE CHANCE FOR A BAR-1
GAIN. The three story Biick Building,
as the"Clty JlalL1 1 offered for s.oa
term, as I wish to leave thia neck of the woo-is a
a possible. jaa 17 ', M. McMAK 173.
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Ml AN'ULKlt SHOP. The subcri-
ber annQivcea to the cititens of Warren, ami the
i u hi i iit rt'iirrL th.it he hus ecuhhshe a ClunriVr
Sh'jjt. vbre be inleiida to tiianufartMre ranlla. S-tap, j
ani svn'.srr arti
licle of Fin..uea. which willalwaj a l-
iileaale an I K'Vil iricva.
oprietor can at all tiaiea l found on
, one door weal of Vautrot'a Jewelr
u hstii4 at Whole)
jr7Tiie Froprietor
Market ivreet.
The a illicit price. In Caah. will he paid for
Tstflow and LaM. .J l.ij A. I V. V. Ani
VTEW CARRIAGE SP0P.
X The su'-scribera woul.l respectfully inform the
eitixens of Warren anj a ljmuiur Town, that they
have oened a Shop on Lierty feu, between Market
and S-Hith, where all who are in want of Light Farm
Wagon or Light durable and FashiouaMe Carriages,
can be accommodated without the risk of being shaved.
Having workt-d nearly twentr years in the tct shot
In Kew KngUud and the Mid-lie Elate, we feel c.i.ti
dent that we cau give all who may c ill upon us perfect
satisfaction a to Price. Quality and Durability of work.
We have have oeen patronised since we commenced
with thai liherali.v that has far exceeded our expecta
tion ; and Judging from the past we feel confident oj
futmrg success.
We would return our sincere thanks for the patronage
we have received, and will endeavor in future to do
such work as will merit a continuance of the same.
PAINTING AND TRIMMING
Dane nnnn the moat reasonable terms. We would in
vite all who are in want of anything in our line to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
CARRIER A BURROUGHS.
Warren, Not. 15. Ir54.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers beg to inform the ladies of War
ren, that fjey have received a splendid assortment of
Bonnets, Kinbons, Silks, Lawns, rrencn riower, urea
and Mantilla Trimmiugs, Ac, Ac. which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Those who will favor us with
a call, will, we trust, be amply repaid fur their trouble.
i- ii.it v a. r,jfc
apr so r.. a. nvi . v
CCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
O for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the 8tov and
Tin Warehouse of it. r. Jiiltw.l to.
April 19, '54;
HORSE CARDS, Curry and
Combs. Brushes. Gilt and Fancy Trual
Mane
r Trunk Paper,
Fly Del. Door Malts, AUcant Marts, stc at
Juns 2. PATCli At ALLISON'S.
DURE CREAM TARTAR an 1 Super-
A Carbonate Soda, by
E. A. SMITH l( Co.
4 FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
2. LIQUOBS for Medicinal purposes, and said to be
the best in town, at tmay31) FOKTKK A Co.'s.
0Z. OF QUININE, ju-t recei-
IVW ved and for sal at low figures, at
May 31. rumtstco.'
V JS HAViS l-Oli SAiiK f,n commis
T T slon, one of Emory or Co. s two-horse power
Threshing Machine. T. U. JIOKLEI oi Co
July a.
twOLE LEATHER. A tjnme article
O for sale at E. E. HOYT At Co'. Some of that GOOD
TEA. Java and Bio Coffee. Seedless Itsisins, Rico, dec.
lust ree d at o. a I. Main Street.
OS!
E HUNDRED Boxes Hen-innr
50 Quintals Codfish : 10 Gross Lyon's Katbarion;
xi) bbls. and half bbls. Mackerel, Just received at
fnov 81 . DCS LAP k. STEWAliTrS.
"TV ATE T.E1VF.S " Thi Hoannful
-A J Historical and Beltgious game is selling at
lUAM.y, as predicted. Also, "I,la May," "Ida Nor
man.' "The News Boy," and all the new works of the
day. d 13
W ton
S. WEST, Proprietor of New
ton Fairs nukscky. nas just returned from
the Upper Lakes with a variety of Kvergreen Trees,
which ho offers for sale on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Kvergreen Trees. Fruit Trees,
Grape Tines or Shrubbery, are respectfully requested
to call for them before the ground becomes frusen, or
early in the Spring, as he intends to visit the Upper
Lake again as early as the middle or April.
Newton Kails, Sot. sz, ifiof-u.
Af
CARD. II. PECK of Warren and
8. BrawiLt of Mercer Pa- having associated
themselves together under the name of P( x and Bra-
well, for the Dumoseof carrying nthe Mercantile
business. Respectfully announce to the people of IV ar-
ren and vincinily that they have bought the entire
Mock of Merchandise belonging to B. H. Pack, of "War
ren Drygood Store," and will continue the business on
the same as heretofore. e respeetluly solicit, as
in tend to merit, a liberal share of public patronage,
feci BCIWKLL.
flavins sold nrr entire stock of Merchandise in "The
Warren Drygood Store.' to II. psx a and A. s.hhswslu, i
takeoleaure inrecommending them tomyfriends and pat-
ronsand would solicit forthem the same liberal patronage
that has been extended to myself. B. 11. rat s.
Jan. 3d.
TTTAllTrfXT PArtria tDPnAWW
WWUCil uuuuo mm ui " as .
V V The evidence can be had in the prices of Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinetts, Tweeds, Bed,
Orange, White and Printed Flannels. A superior qual-1
ity of 10 is. heavy twilled do. Blankets, and a variety
f other Woolen goods, at tne
jan 3 HAlsiil urn uwuaBivns.
fT,HE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
s county, s.s. In the Court or uommon Pleas.
mehne E. Burrows and Urbane, ber husband
Louisa Burrows and Loreuao, her husband ; Hope R.
Uird and Thomas, her. husband : Abby Ann Bruen and
Ajxi, her husband.
Cyrus Boswerth, Charles Bosworth, Horatio N. Ward.
administrator of Josiah Barber ; Abigail G. Russel,
Harriet E. Ward and H. N. Ward, her husband ; Jtiiiah
Barber, Richard Barber, Epaphrous Barber, Sophia
Barber and Jerusha H. Barber, heirs at law, of Josiah
Barber, deceased.
Peiifissa ( ca licet mm f sreelttt fees cmmtrmttM.
The said administrator and heirs of Just ah Barber,
who are nan-residents, and residences nnknown, se
notified that, the Plaintiffs have filed their petition In
aid court, al .edging, that by contract dated May 11,
jt40. made to PlaintiQs and Ann Lord, now deceas d.l
by Josiah Barber and Richard Lord, the Plaintiffs are
the equitable owners of certain lands, land contracts,
and the debts due thereon, made by Roswell Stone, as
trustee of Samuel P. Lord, the ancester of said Barber
and Lord, to Cyrus Bosworth. for all of lot No. 10, part
of lots iHo. 9 and 11, in Lordstown, said county;
said heirs and administrator of Barber have no interest
in said land contracts or debts ; that a deed was execu
ted hy the heirs of said Barber, in whom the title was
to said Bosworth, and delivered to D. Tod as an escrow
to hand to Bosworth, on payment of said contract, and
praying mdgment against Cyrus Dosworth for siwi.
93. the amount due on the contracts, or else a recision
of the contract and possession and title to Plaintiffs,
of the lands described in the contracts.
The non-resident Defendants, the administrator and
heirs of said Josiah Barber, must appear and answer
said petition by the lth day or February, A. D. leu,
or judgment and decree against them will be entered
n default. ilUFFMA. dc katii rr.
Jan. 3d, 1855,-6w Att'ys for Plaintiffs.
flAGER & WARREN'S MARBLE
VT WORKS on Liberty St a few rods south of the
hank. The citizens of warren and vicinity are
1 to give us a call and examine our stock of
t Vermont Marble, as we nave one oi tne largest i
at.Tabi in ihia riannLrv. All uftj at Vnrhl MnnnmpnU. I
Tomb Stones, Spires a.id everything in the Marble Line
urnS-V
thick, at price as low a they can get it East with trans-
Donation added. All nerson wishinr anything in the
.EU l
n. B. A great variety of Fancy Jobs for chil.lren I
kept on hand.
L. F. GAOKR.
Jan. i. iet ly
J. K. WAKRKX,
LUMAN BARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole agents
for the County of Trumbull. It ia warranted to crimp
the toughest piece of Leather in tmm mimmtem. which it
frequently takes an hour or more to do the aame piece
work, it stands witoout a rival, vt e won. a respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the eraft to
the subject. Do not forget the place, No. 211, Miin St.,
warren, u. 4 uj .as. Mc-uuaEi.. ok t;o.
THE CHIME The great Singing
Book of the season, a notice of which will be
quantity, at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE, and is selling
rapidly.
d!3
PRIVATE SALE of a valuable little
property In Lordstown Trumbull County Ohio,
containing about 76 ) acres of land, of which lx acres
woodland and the rest is arable land in a high state
culture. The improvements consists of convent
ant Dwelllne Houses, and a largand welt built Barn,
and other out-buildings, 3 wells of excellent water w th
stone pumps, there is alae a young urcnant or choice
fruit. This property is worthy the attention of any one
wishing a nice and comfortable home, it is in sight of
plauk-road, and 4 miles southwest of Warren, and
adjoining lands of Mr. Heslip, Mr. Hainselman aud
others. Any person wishing to view the property
will be cheerfully shown the same by calling on the
subscriber residing on the prunises.
JACOB M0TER.
Jan. 31 '55 3w
EGAL NOTICE.
.iwJ Joseph C- Thompson.
lou.i
Silas D. Adams,
Civil Action.
William Gashnaor.
Th Defendant in this action is hereby notified that
n th eleventh day of Jauuary A. D. 1"JJ, we caused
order of Attachment to be issued against him th
said William Gashnaur, by Samuel Pansier a Justice of
Peac of Bristol Township, in the County of Trum
bull and State of Ohio, for the sunt of $171,6:1 and eosts
which aaid Ord?r has been duly sewed and returned and
aid caae adjourned for trial, to the 1st day of March,
l. IcoJ on o clock r. at- of said a ay.
J. C.T1I0MPS0S.
SILAS D. ADAMS.
Jan. 31 55.
FOR SALE. A Tery desirable
nouse and Lot on Prospect Street, in the'
northern part of the village of Warren House new
Apply soon at this Office.
Warren, Nov. tJ, lK4-tf.
I70R SALE OH RENT.
A good Store-room oa Market now occupied br J.
Brook, inquire at tne uaskiii House aioon.
Jan 17 M. JlcMANUS.
TT'ORSALE.
Eighty acres ef Woo ! Land, situated In Dane
Township, Clinton Co., Michigan, inquire at the
jan 17 '.vj, tHskill Uone fH)rvi.
a04 PPiT lfl?V JLr fiDPl'P WrVTO
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handsomely bouud with 300 engravings, and we offer
them at such a low price, that everybody buys them,
almost without exception. We have received a large
number and can furnikb them, tn be sM again at the
publisher's lowest price by the ion eopies. at
jan 17JSS, ADAMS' Book Stfre
I70R SALE OR RENT.
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The Furniture and Fixtures of the Gaskill House :
Saloon. For particulars inquire on the premises,
jan 17 Vi, M. McMANXS.
rIMIE LANDS OF THE SARACEN, j
JL or pictures of Palestine. Asia Minor, Sicily, and
Spain, Bayard Taylor' List work.
Ten copies just
cei red at jan 17 'iS,
ADAMS.
BUTTER AND SODA CRACKERS.
We have made arrangements with the DuQuesone
Cracker Factory, by which we are constantly receiving
their celelirated Crackers, and which we offer to Dealers
at retail, at the lowest rates. ' Warranted the Lest
Cheapest In the market.
DUN LAP dt STEWART. 4 A i Market St.
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saleand Ketail dealer J B.
In Piano-Fort.-,
Melodeona. Guitars. Vmlins. Aecor-
deons. Sheet u:r. Instruction Bxk for different
instrument, Kn?lih and Italian Guit ir and Violin
firing, and all dr-rilitiou of Musical Merchandise.
Piano-Fortes. Melodeons and Accor-leor tnnrd and
retired, and all work warranted. rcon,l-h.iiid Piano
and Melodeon t-tken in exchange for new ones. All
Instruments sold will be delivered free of rharire. kept
in order for one year, and warranted for any length
of time. Granite Rlock, Liberty St., arren.-Uhio.
March lli, lfil.
MEL0DEONS. A new lot jut re
reived Carhart's best all sixes. Four new
Pianos just received, and as many more will be opened
in a few days. I have now an elegant assortment of
oi,i and new rianos, Melodeons, Ac. Ac.
Call an.l hear, at 8. T. 10MER0"8.
Sept. .
A C1
t V -A
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN
adapted for a small Church or the Parlor, is now for
sale at a very low price, at POMKROYS'3
8eit.S0. Music Store.
CANE SEAT PIANO AND MELO
HF.ON STOOLS, just received at
Sept. SO. POME BOY'S.
QEVERAL Tery superior new Pianos
just opened at ihhriwii s
Sept. 20. Music Store.
A
FEW MELODEONS TO RENT
now on hand, 8. T. P0MER0V
ept.90.
T3IAN0 FORTES. The following
-A- eomnrise In Dart the stock of Piano Fortes now
in my Ware-Room : Prices.
Three Oct. Rosewood, case plain tables, each S J
3 s)
3-a
335
Two "
One
fancy " "
extra Dnisn
plain 25
" round corner x75
extra large scale ST5
plain tables, round cor. 30
carved Boss tables, each 4-J5
Two 7
Nothing ran surpass the richness of tone, beauty
and finish of the a last-named.
One second-hand good tone....... ..$150
..................... 1'iu
The aliove have all been recently (elected by myself
st the Manufactories, and are tn erery respect superior
instruments.
A liberal discount will be made from these nnco for
CA.
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. 22, lr54. 8. T. POME ROT.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
PBESESTS. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real sassteatie and valuable n re sent
during the coming Gift season, cannot fail to maka a
nic? na tifctory selection for that purpose, if thsy
will take the trouble to call and examine my large
assortment of superior Pianos and Melodeons. and
ascertain the low figures at which a really valuable and
fine toned Instrument can be obtained.
Piano from $1(10 to $500. Melodeons from $15 to
$M. 8. T. P0MEROI.
Warren, Bor. 15, 1S54.
SIN
Til
INGING BOOKS.
THE DULCIMER.
8ACRKD MKLODEOy,
SACKED HARMONIST.
ALPI.NE GLEE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK.
COTTAGE GLEES, Aa.,
Just received at P0MER0Y'8. lAug.J.
CARH ART'S MEL0DE ON IN
8TRUCT0B a new snpply at POMEROV'S.
Aug..
ONE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MELO
DE0N, very good tone, can be bought for $30, at
Aug. 8. POMEKOY'd.
BASS VIOLS, Guitars, Cl.ironetU and
Violins a large supply just received by
s?
P0MER0T.
C flIt! f il,
Secon 1 Hand
iN " . . . u "
rianos, just received at
POMEROV'S.
August 2.
rPHE GUITAR. We publish the M
JL lowing from Wa Hall At Son's advertisement ii
the JTsstraf Wtrli ae Times: ''With the great and
increased attention now given to the study of music, the
present uemand tor tnis beautiful and graceful Instru
ment snoum not ne a matter of surprise. A few veara
ago it was quite a novelty to hear a Lady or Gentleman
play the tiuitar. hut the popularity of the instrument
has so greatly increased, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, hut at least one of it
members number among their accomplishments that of
playing the tiuitar. ft illiam Hall A Sons are makini
very superior article in that line, and their instru
menu are wamnieil lainuu Uf CIUUK. vt e nave
tnose of their make, and also, the German and Spanish
Guitar, from $3 to $3u each
Also strings of the very
nest quality.
a. x. raHCKUk.
Warren, July 19.
C0METHIXG NEW ! CARHARTS
U MELODKON INSTRUCTOR! This is an invalu
able work to those learning to play the Melodeon. It is
large, neatly bound work, presenting a series of near
tftsj studies being a complete and proeressive method
instruction for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
to tnis is added a very vaiuahie assortment of songs.
Duetts, and Trios. Waltses, Marches, Quick Steps, Poi
ses, etc.; among wntcn are tne following :
Coquette Polka. Elfin Waits. Fest March. Gertrude!
Dream Waits, Gipsy Polka, Iron Boots Quick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Waltx, Chorus
trom H imam Tell, Thou llast Learned to Love Anoth
Lilly Dale Song and Quartette, Jamie's on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrle, Family Bible, etc all
choice Pieces.
There are nearly 100 good nieces of Music In the
Book. Price $1,00. It will le sent by mail to any one
sending bji.w and 4 postage stamps.
warren April is. ie. s. t. ruMtaiUY
METRONOMES, or time-keepers,
with and without a bell, for marking off meas
ures, for sale at POME ROY'S.
Ever Music Teacher
should have one.
L-Uay .11,
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMKROT'3. The Hallelujah, Cythara, Chime,
Young Folks' Glee Book; Dodxorth's Brass Band
School; Amatuer Organist; Johnson System of LLsr
mony, Ac, Ac all valuable work.
Warren, Horember 1, lix4.
T70STER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A large supply just received. This is just the
Book that little club of tioiinists and Flutists want.
we arc happy to say they are beginning to find it
in this section as they hare already done in the
Eastern States. We are prepared to furnish them as we
everything else at the New lork retail price, $ 1,11.
Orders by mail promptly filled. 8. T. FOHEKOY
May 3, -H-
CARH ART'S MELODEONS are the
best Reed Instrument in the world. A fresh sup-
just received at ruxtsui 9.
-A Very respectable arti-
1 M k tk-k .t iviu L unva .
a. aar a. w w
STOCLSPlush and HJif
9lo,h 8u,ol' ?n nssortment: 'o cheap Can
oo.,at ImayJil r-U.UfcKOl 3
mruH c i .
irjni.jlLiCd Aiusic Oianas, at
may 31
POMKROT'S.
T7WNU TONED 4 KEYED IY0RY
TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought at
runtitui '9 music store lor ,2 r.1, others in prupor
June t.
'undel's Melodeox Instructor;
I Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
Burgmuller. ditto
Bertiui's Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
June 7. POMEROY'S.
rPHE Seminary Class Book ; a capital
singing Book lor schools and Private t'iasses.
June I. s. T. lustmn.
fOTTAGE GLEES, a tlCVT supply, at
jun 7 POMEROY'S.
rpOY
DRUMS Fiddles an i Trum-
pets,
at POMEROY'S.
Todworth's Brass Band School ; a
splendid thing, for aale by
P0MEH0Y.
LOT of tlegant Flutinas, from $!
to$33,justrec'dat jun 7 POMEROY'S.
AAA MUSICAL TERMS,
a com
plete Dictionary, for sal by
June 7.
P0MKR0Y.
rpUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
tiseon tnning and repairing Pianos and MeloJeon.
Met., at POMEROY'S.
May 3, 'a.
MUSIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, '54.
POMEROY'S.
BEST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3, "54. POME
POMEROY'S.
OLD Violin G Strings, at
May 3, 54. POMEROY'S.
HjHE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County. In the Court ef Common Pleas.
Fenton and Jesse Kenton,',
ner bushand, in her right, I Petition
vs. V on
George R. Johnson, Cornelius f Note and Mortgage.
Johnson and Dwight Johnson. J
The Defendants, Cornelius and Dwisrht Johnson, who
out of Ohio, and somewhere in Oregon and Cali
fornia, are notified that the Plaintiffs have filed in said
their petition, to subject the lands of Isaac John
late of Newton, dec d, to the payment of Note and
Mortgage, for 9747,18, given by George R. Johnaon, to
tills, on her iff a sale, under partition proceed
ings. The said Cornelius and Dwight each have
and mortgages (for their share under partition.)
said lands, a portion of which is now due from sid
R. Johnson. Said petition prays sale of said
to iy the Plaintiffs mortgage debt. The Defen
Cornelius and Dwight. tnortgacees, are notified
appear and answer said petition, by the 17th day of
reiruary, A. if. Dnm, or said petition, as to them, will
taken as confessed, and judgment entered according.
juurr ox HAibirr,
Jan. 3d, 1P53, Gw Atl'ys for Plaintiffs.
NOTICE.-
Court of Com
mon Pleas of
Trumbull Co.,
Ohio, Civil
Action.
of the H estern Reserve Bank,
vs.
P MeCormick aud W. 1. Carey.
McCormic, a non resident of the State of Ohio, is
notified that on the K.h day of December 15-1.
plain tiCs filed their petition in said Court again ft t
defendents, on two bi I Is of exchange drawn by said
MeCormick on said H.F. Carey and accented hv
One dated July Fth ii-54, i-arable four mouths
date, to the order of John Lightner for the sum of
1UU0. the other for $ drawn by said P. MeCormick
said Carey and accepted by him. dated Aug. !Hh.
iro.ann payable ronr montns alternate, to tne order
MeCormick, at the American Exchange Bank, New
said bills of Jkxchange were protested for non
payment when dne and said bills of Exchange wereen-
to the plaintiffs before due.
writ of Attachment has been issued in said cause
the goods aud effects of said P. MeCormick.
The plaint 1 lis will take judmnent a rat oat snid P. Me
Cormick by default for said sum of $-25tti and interest
$lU0O, from Nov. 25, 1H54, and interest on tUrfM),
Dee. 0th. lH54,unlesa he answer by March 31 IK5.
H If CHINS or CURTISS.
Jaa. 14 !&.- Astf for fins.
-I-J-
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
JL EOi Tll T11K I -I -N S m -t he
sti scrii.r has now on hand, and will -its.
a!! times -. a Ure lot of CAR
KIA(.K.M, BrU;i3 an.l WAGONS on hand, of erery
description, style and gride of prices.
His experience in 1 uiincss.and the extent of Ms shop
enables him to famish any desrriition nf work in his
line, on the shorten le notice, wbeth-r it le the
uUinrnp of a slciif:i BAKOl'C'llK. or the common
U'lH.Y, the male rial fur which are at ail times hrjil on
hand.
His WORKMEN are anunassed ly ar.y in the coun
try, and his work shall equal if not surpass any eastern
manufacture r.
tuggies and Carriages ready fcr aae, will e ea-changt-fl
for Lumber. t"uiUry l'rLidu?e,oryoung Iloracs.
Second-hind Busgi'H taken in exchange for new one-i.
CARRlAtiE TK1M.M1N05 alwa ou h:ind, and for
sale at tlir lowest prices.
Those wishing any work In my line of business, are
Invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and they cannot fail to be pleased in rrnl to
both. Sly shop having become a pennanent one, I am
determined to supply and suit all who like riding in an
eletrant ami easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires a
substantial farm or road wacvn or cart.
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
ITT'All work naanufat-ttii-ed atwy shop is warranted.
Warren, March Hi, lco? y IX. C. BfcLDKN.
T7 K. WLSELL Manufactu-
A-df- rer of Carriages, Buggies and L i-lZZrZiY-
Wagons, West He of the Mahoning riv
er. Warren, Ohio, keeps on hand a large assortment in
his line, of the late-it and most improved eastern styles,
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Kork
aways. of various patterns, with one, two or three seats;
a good supply of sliding seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops,
being dilTrent and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-h'irse Carriages, Buggies, and two-horse
Wagons, alt of which will Ire sold as Uw as at any other
shop en the Wcs:-ra Keserve. By keeping none but
the best of workmen, and profeaslng to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working sons but ths
beat material tliat aa be procured, ha feels eonndent
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or prce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, rood Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for ftniahed
work.
N. B. PAINTIXO and TRIMMIXrt done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonahle credit will be given to all responsible per
sons who may desire it- All work done at his manufae
tory is warrnnte l.
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly wt of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April 2. 1K3. ELI K. WISH LI.
THE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings k
JL. Morgan are opening their large Stock of spring
Ooods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and fancy Dry Ooods, Straw Ooods, Par
asols, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, ate, sec.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies' Drvss Ooods, Bonnets snd Bonnet
Ribbons. Embroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, ate, in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
ings, Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens, Ac.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
the best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lswest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing theniMlres to be nndcrtold as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April 12.
w
TARREJT SASH, Blind and Door
Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War-
fen, 0. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH, HMD3 and
DOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sizes in use, and of the best
uualitr. which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture of YEMTIAN
BLINDS, In all iU branches, whioh we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore offered to the public
We will also continue the nranufacture of PANEL
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work cade at our establishment will be warranted.
as we use nothing but the best quality of Lumber, and
employ nous but lite first class workmen, lu our en
deavors to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
all improve snts in our business, and conversant with
all bite styles o wont in ine Eastern vities.
We would invite all wishing it purchase the above ar
ticles, to call nt our office, where we will be found at all
hours of the day, for we shall give our constant per
tonal superintendence to the details of our business.
. SPEAR At SON,
ian 19, 1853. Successors to Edward Spear.
o:
iNCE MORE IN THE FIELD. The
suhcribers having been driven
from their old quarters on Market .
st., by the recent hre. would lniorm
the public that they are to be found
on Main St., i l the room formerly
occupied by Mr. tflltiken, two doors
from Smiths at McCombs, where they are just receiving
a Urge and complete stock of NEW CXt-DS in their
line.
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
HUUIS A X V SUUJS9,
which they can recommend to customers as both good
and cheap.
Our large stock of Xew Ooods of Gents' Fine French
Calf and Morocco Boots ; Fine Congress and other style
or waiters; ratent iea'Jier snoes; cuppers; Dancing
rumps, etc.
LADIES GOODS.
Vine French Gaiters of various colors and new and
beautiful styles ; Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes, Buskins, and in short, every variety of this
kind of goods which could be desired. Also a complete
stock of Misses Gaiters, Bootes, Buskins and Slippers
of various style and colors, together with a full assort
ment of Boys' and Youths1 Shoes, both fine and coarse,
and ail kinds of Children-' Shoes.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHERS !
Particular attention is called to the fact that our stock
of Leather, Findings and Shoemakers Tools, has been
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf, American ditto. Enameled Leather, Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Rubber Cloths. Linings, Bindings and
Findings generally, including Hammers, Pinchers, Shoe
Knives, Wneels, Irons, Peg!, Shoe-Nails, Zine Nails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and Saddlers Thread, Bristles,
Lasts a large lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
of all things pertaining to the trade.
Remember the place, No. 6, Main St., and you will not
regret giving us a call. W.At B. CRANAGE.
Warren. May 17 54.
PLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma
king and keep constantly on hand the following
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 Doable, do
Road. do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
repaired on short notice.
Jan. 19. T.H. M0RLEY oz Co.
E.,
A. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt,
Bro. at Co) NO. 5, MAIN STREET. WARREN.
0. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Tarnishes,
Brushes, ate. Sole agents in the place for the sale of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ajer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician s prescriptions ac
curate ly and promptly put up.
STOVES, TIN WARE, Ac THE
KINO OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson st
Co., with a new and elevated oven tle largest Cook
Stove, 6enesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton. elevated
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
vt oman s jtignts stove.
J P. JALES0N & CO., continue to
-A 9 manufacture Cheese Tats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
Ease-troughs put up on rhort notice, and warranted
of good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
goon style.
Warren. March 29. 1H54.
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW
-A. We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it surpasses any other kind of
plow in use. Several premiums have been awarded it
at Mate an.l county fairs. I. iU MuKLEt At Co.
Jan. 19,
T7ARMERS! WHEAT is worth One
A- Dollar add Fifty Cents per bnshrl. Will yon use
a poor t-iow, wnen al Honeys foundry they keep
good article, and warrant them.
March S, IHM.
IHE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
. T. H. M0KLEY A Co., will do better work than
any other Plow in the State of Ohio, except theMiehigan
arouoic now. mar. o, t
CT0VES, TINWARE,
IE, &c, New .A
Those who wish to Sr
invited to call at V
Shop on Market Street. Those
purchase things in his line are invit
the shop of E. G UOLLINUSWORTH. at Cranaee's old
stand. 3 doors below Empire Hall, Market St.. where
they will find a large assortment of Stoves, Tinware,
JaSMined-ware, Brilannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
aeiiies, anu homow ware of all kinds, CHkar andUoon.
Call at Uoaswigsworth's before you buy. Job-work
and repairing done on reasonable terms and with de
spatch. UOLLINUSWORTH At FITCH.
Warren. October 13. 'J3.
'PHE GREATEST Side Splitter of the
X Axe The Chronicle of Pineville This Book em
braces sketches of amusing scenes, incidents, and
characters of Oeorgia and AUbama, by the author ol
juaxor Junes lourunip, at
dec ) BALDWIN'S.
W PAINE, M. D Has returned
T T from his visit to the Eastern Hospitals, and
will resume a s practice as Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice and residence as formerly, on High Street, Warren,
Ohio. lec. ST, T4.
pRYSTALLINE A VARIEGATED
' v ash balls, nrown w inusor and Tirana rti-i
Soap in cakes and bars, and Colgate's Chemical Oliva
soap, ror sale at
May 31. PORTER st Co.'
TTOUSE A LOT FOR SALE. W. N
PORTER offers for sale on the most reasonable
terms, his House and Lot situated on Market st. Ths
lot is seven rods front, and thirteen deep. Forty
choice fruit trees. The house is two stories high, and
wen nnisnea on woou-nonse and nam, cistern -and
well, all in good repair, and newly painted. Posses
sion given on the 1st of April. For further particulars
enquire ot v. it- uiii.mnus, h arren, or W. N. POR
TER, Baxetta. jan 3-6
FOR SALE. The Dwelling House
and Lot, situated on south side of Hitrh streettnd
east side of the one now occupied by Dr. Wo. Paine.
For particlars apply to
jan3 K. P. MICKSCH.
PACKARD A BARNUM have on
X hand
10 Tons good Pittsburgh Horse Shoe Bar.
9 Norwegian Nail Rod.
70 Bars 2x)i Swt-edrs Iron.
Hi Juniatta Hammered do.
50 Sleigh Shoes SsteeL
ItiO Setts Bucgy Springs, assorted.
CO M Conuuon and Patent Axles.
Call as nsnal, at the largest and oldest Hard wars
Store in the West, d -7 PACK-VKI) dc BAKNTM.
GOOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
Now selling for 55 cents per yard, at the
jan 3 WAUKEN DKY GOODS STORE.
FRANC0NIA STORIES, BY JAB0B
AB110TT. at the
jn3j
NEW YORK Book Store.
FANNY FEREN'S new work is selling
rani, My call and get one at ADAMS.
COCHINEAL. Cildhpar Mnna.t n(
J Tin,Chemic for Coloring Green.anddy.wnffs .1 j I
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rpiIE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
1 the lirgst. chcajt and het select"" t,ca" of
GROCERIES AMD YANKEB NOTIONS
in the County, was awarded to DrsLar dt SiTaRT, who
have just received the most complete assortment ever
ofTeretl to the people of Old Trumlmll. Purchased sine
the great decline in prices, which enables them to offer
the following programme of Rata) tea. Drinkables. Wear
aMesand Fancyhles, al rate which will astonish poli
ticians. Know-Nothings, dtcall of whom with the rest
of "Iranian critters. are invite! to attend the show,
free-grat.s fur-nothing. children hilf price, aid inspect
the stock, cowsipttng in part of
100 xi-s Knisins. Bags Rio Cnfrt.
5(1 Rosin Soaps. 10 Packets Java ,lo.
SO assortr-l kinds. BO Chests Tea, all price.
V0 dot. Lyon's Kalharion. f Bigs Prpjier.
lixs Long !loe Pipes, llw Mais Cassia.
Ht Bags Aispire. 00 d,a. Scotch A't-
1U dot. Jars Pickle. SO " London Porter.
50 Bis Soda Biacuit. 3 M Cigcirs, all grade.
50 bbls. Butter Crackers. x bbls. C C Suzar.
10 Wia-r do.
SO Powdered do.
10 - Crushed do.
51,0 gro. Matches.
50 Halts j At ts Tobacco.
SO Fancy Brands, do.
lu liugar do.
10 hh-ts. N.O. Soar.
50 bbls. Molasses.
10 8 H Syrup.
50 dos. German Meerschaums. Chocolate : Cocoa:
11 round Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
Fountain Starch, th nicest thing out ; Corn Starch,
Tapiocca, Farina, Ac, for Puddings ; 50 Boxes Stearin
Candles ; SO Box- s Tallow Candle ; SO gross Pint and
ii Pint Flasks : 8 gross Wicker Flasks ; Almonds ;
Brazil Nuts. Filberts : Peeeans : English Walnut;
Pea Nut ; Citron ; Zanto Currant ; Prunes , See, i less
Raisins; Cut-and-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Brandies ; Wines ; Rum ; Gin snd Whisky, by th bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Notions. Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Memorandums, dee., all of which
is offered to the Jobbing Trad at a small advance from
New York price. We have not the time or sitae to
enumerate our stock in full, but lest our plea on the
hope that i OL will calx, sks, ct. and finally. In
the second place, seventeentbly, we beg leave to sub-
scribs ourselves "Truly Yourn,"
DCSLAP A STEWART,
4 S Mart Strttt.
warren, hot. I. less.
AIR ! FAIR ! ! CHEAP NOVELS
BY THK CORD.
Spanish Musketeer ; by Lieut. Murray.
To .Nantl Officer ; -
" Red Revenger, Pirate King of the Florida.
M Black Avenger of the Spanish Main.
" Whit Rover, or the Lovely Maid of Louisiana.
Ocean Martyr, or Hunter Spy.
Ivan the Serf Tale of Russia.
Kosalette, Flower Girl of Paris.
Angelo, or the Convent of Santa Clara,
llildehrand. the Buccaneer Cardinal.
The Rival Brother ; by 11. P. Cheever.
Russian Guardsman ; hy Ben Perly Poor.
Fanny CamubeU. the Female Pirate.
At the NEW YORK BOOKSTORE
A".. 23, .Voia Street, mfem doors SssIA tf l fs
Vtut, frwJ-rsa, Vu.
Oct, 1M, lol.
DISSOLUTION.
The partnership
eem toe subscriber un -
-L heretofore existing between.
der the name and style of 3. dc C. Moeer is this day die
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts of
the late firm, are in the hands of Samuel Moser for
settlement. 8AMFEU MOSER,
Warren, July 24, ISM. CORNEUCS MOSER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned, of the lata
firm of S st C MOSER, has this day associated with him
Michael Moser, for the purpose of continuing the Mer
cantile business at the old stand, under the name and
style of C. At M. Moser. They respectfully invite
continuance of the pnOronage so liberally extended ts
the late nrm. CUlu tiit a MOscii.
Warren. July S, 1654.
rpHfi SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
-A. e. UUYT at Co, No. 1, Main street, offers greal
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the f ernmimm kind.) Sheetings, I
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice I
Muslin Collars. apr go
T?0UND A POCKET-BOOK conUin-
J- ing quite a sum of money and papers, which ths
owner can hare by calling at the New York Book Store,
proving property and paying for this advertisement.
Warren, Nov. 22, le&4. R. A. A. BALDWIN.
CARPETING. Roval Wilton. Brus.
sels. Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
Venetian, at tne
apr 26 N1W-T0RK STORK.
T?RENCII MERINOES,. the largest
A and most complete of colors in town. Also Co I
burgs, all wool Gala Plaid and DeLains, Muslin d I
Bergea and other Dress Goods by the piece or yard, a I
tne aew lOith. SXUKJi.
Oct, 4.
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
the time.) PACKARD cc BARNUM.
Oct. as,
TDDINGS & MORGAN are now re-
A eeiving their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, embracing
a very large assortment in all the departments of their
trade. The goods hav been bought at the lowest
prices of the depressed market with the special refer
ence to the stsisoisct of time, and will bo sold ac
cordingly. For Good at low prices inquire at th
Loci ii EMPIRE STORK.
P
y INE SASH.
wsj ,ignt ix i atxtra uualitr. at 3 a I
SHOO 8x10 . . . 3te I
1000 9x13 " . . . 4e I
ouv mi, -- . . . jaC
moor sixes ia propomon. irruer tor minds and
Door punctually attended to. All work warranted
eqnal to the best. PACKARD At BARNUM, Ag't.
warren, uuio, aeeo. .
A CHOICE SELECTION of Ion;,'
and Kiuare Brocha and Bar Stat Shawls, sold
cneap, at tne
jan 3 WARRBX DRT GOODS STORE.
"TTELP CASH-US ! !"
A 1 Slow customers, and all other owins? us
money past due. are respectfully informed that they
mast pay us. Ws sell our good al cash nrieea. and
expect cash for them sometime. A word to the wis
is sufficient. loct 1HI PACKARD dt BARNfTM.
XTEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
1.1. The subscribers are now reeeirin a karee and
desirable Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
which they invite the attention of the nubile .enenllv-
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
comretition for ready-pa, or in exchange for Produce.
approved enxiit on snort tun will be given.
warren, Oct. It), 10o4. C. dt M. MOSER.
SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
1
A. 1st Farmtr. Neiirhhor. what Plow do vou use 1
firmer. Well. I have J. Lonr's Mo. 4. and
several other kind, but Morley'a Star Plow beau them I
ail.
1st Farmer. I most go to Warren and (ret s Star
Plow. (Ooe to Warren and return in course of th
day.)
seas' Farmer. Hallo, Neighbor, what hav yon get
were r
1st Farmer. One of Morley Doubl Plow. lie says
it beats the Star Plow, and no mistake.
Sad t ermer . Can't bo possible I but f It does, I
win nuy one. uu eel a farmers, mad Ire tee Pleme.)
The Double Plow prove to be th best ; in fact it doe
better work than any aingl Plow can do. This we guar
tee, or no sale. I. Ii. M0BLEI If Co.
April o, Mei.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
yon who wish to sow any Spelter Wheat, can b
supplied with this valuable and new apecies of rrain
by eallinr soon at the Monroe House. Winter Barley
ior seen only, can also o nan.
Warren, Sept Hi, 1654. ACGUSTCS 6 BASTES.
T ACES and Embroideries. Honiton
M-J Collars. etcA, to which th attention of the Ladies
is invited, at the (apr9) fiEW-YOKK SIOKK.
fTAA PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
tJJJ sale cheaper than the cheapest, at the
PS NKW-yoHK STORE.
XTEW YORK STORE.
XI PARKS or WB.NTZ, are nov receiving their
iuu.1 tun mica ot r all ana vimw. uoone, bou;tht
since the late DKCLi.NB IN PRICES, to which they
invite the attention of their friends, former patron
wo toe ponnc, simply remarking that they are arras
v U.1KECL. I Sep. .
SILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bon
nets, which ar worthy the attention of the ladies. I
KEW YORK STORE.
REST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD
" That big lot " ha this day arrived.
Oct.. PACKARD dt BARXTJM.
BOOTS SHOES, and Leather at the
OcU4 NEW YORK STORE.
I PlRTl Wa 'ni,Mn.,lnIC.J
any body, bat we mast have ear Notes and Ac
counts settled, or we will be obliired to leavo them al I
that K,aniK.' ikrRu sV.- ui.: I
ujuilv. vauw IUI CVIICVUVU.
Warren. Hoe. 1. 'M. J A3. MrCONNELL.
000 FEET CLEAR, DRY. PINE
fj J J VLCMBER, l li, 1 IX and Inches thick, I
suiiaoie ior sasn, minus ana uoors, for sale hy
uct s, inos. rACKAKU or Ha.Kl M.
T?RENCII MERIXOES, PARAMAT-
TAS. Coburzs. Mohair. Lnstres. Alnaeema and
vaaiimerea, selling at reviucea prices, at the
jan HAiUtE.il V&X UOODS STORE.
SILKS! SILKS ! A large quantitj
and variety, comprising high Lostred Black. Phud,
Mripe anil Chaareable. Also, a variety of Bonnet
suks ana satins, cheaper than ever, at the
jan a AKKs.i DRY GOODS STORE
BLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wide Black Silk Velvet, I
vioaas, aanuiias, etc., at tne
jan 3 W AhMUi.N DRY GOODS STORK.
QPANISU MOSS by the bale or lb.
Alcove Kuirs. Silver Terretts. run Plate Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best quality Spurs, and Seaming
tforus a
june x PATCH At ALLISON'S.
TTARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes.
XX Log and Trace Chains, Breeching Loops. Brass I
Silver ttog Reins and Chains, Carriage Knobs
Japanned, silver urass ana patent, at ,
June s rAXUJi ac j su.v .
r7"N0W-N0THING PAPERS.
flag of oar Union.
Gleasun's Pictorial.
Scientific American.
To be hail at
The American Crusader.
Golden Bull.
Waverly Magazine.
BALDWIN' Bookstore
IH. h4-3m.
PORTER A Cos NEW DRUG
STORK. The proprietors of this establishment I
pleasure In announcing to the public, that notwith j
standing the hue fire which destroy ed a large portion of j
Ooods, we are again open anu in mil operation, at I
3, Market St Warren. U., where we are daily re
eeiving Fresh Drugs direct from New York and Phila
delphia, which we are offering for Cash at prices that
cannot km giving satisiaction.
May X4, ittt.
DOORS AND OUT, Or Views
from th Chimney Corner, elegantly illustrate! I
oroplet in 1 vol. l.Mo pricoSluO. A few copies just I
srceiveil at ADAMS.
T BALDWIN'S MRS. ANN S.
8TEVEX3 Complete Guide to Crotchet and Pan
Knitting, suitable for Uolliday (lifts. (deo VJ
IM0THY SEED. A few Bushels
ot prime seed for est by
O I. inniNTI. MORfl.t.
i -
ARRELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT-
Sloan's Ointtnant, just ree'd and for sal at
janx4'ai, aTJIHTH At Co.
j
I
I
A. Chapman,
.tar. Warren, O.
17" AGLE HOUSE, i..
J Mvket street, Wsrrcn, C. i'ai
watt T. Hull,
uth door east of th
Rank.
mar 1
T. J. DAVIS, Eclectic Fht-
rni asp SraesoH Office in Ktchnl' Dai Ssare.
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
Kcleetie Physicians will fnd a full stock of Relocti)
Me licines for sal by Doct. Davi at th abov plae.
nov 22-yJ
7M. M. EAMES, M.D., Physician,
I T Surireon and Dentist, Windham. Porter Co., 0.
oct SS--. 00)
TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
fJ Surgeon, office on South side of Market street, (np
stairs.) four doors East of the Bank. Warren, O. apr 3.
DR. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Snrgeen, Blcomneld, Tmrnboll Co 0.
EW. T0WNSEND, M. D., Homeo-
pathi Physician, OSc. in Sutlifs Brick Block.
near the Ameriean Hotel. Warren, O. apr ly
T0HN B. fc JULIAN HARMON.
I Physician snd 8urgeona, sine North aide of th
Public Sonare, Warren, 0. octroy
9. raRRKLL, tf. .
t. w. rasftzLL. ar. a.
J& T. W. FARSELL, Physicians and
Surreon. Office and residence on Liberty St,
sonth of the Episcopal Chnreh, Warren. O. mar 10y
W PAINE, M. D., Physician and
o Surgeon. Particular attention given t tbo
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Lug Diseases. Of
fice and residence on High street. mar
LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
J V. Special attention given to collection, and tbo
prosecution of Pension and Bounty Land claim.
Warren O. ian 10 'So-ly-S3.
PHILO E. REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. OSc over New York Star.
may 10, '54-tf
4 LLEN 0. FULLER, Attorney at Law
XV Office over Smith at McComb Star. Corner
Block, Warren. 0.
Jaa. 1st 1854. ly
T F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
1 J o goliciter ia Chancery, Warren. Trrassbull Co, O.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Conn
sellor at Law, over Smith McComb' Stor
Stores
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0.
nov lOy
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
and General Collector of Home and Foreign Chum.
Office over Smith A McCombs' store, r arren, o. i
. r. norrwa. w. k&rurr.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office on Lioerty 8L, Warren. 0., oppo
silo th Court Hons. Oct xTlf
a. . LKOorrT. j. so Lao wax.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorney and
Counsellor at Law. Offico over Moosr's Store,
Market strrci. Warren, 0. j la-tf
job pi irrrrains.
n. r. CTETia.
HUTCHINS 4 CURTISS, Attorney!
at Law. Office on North Main street, near tho
residence of John Hutchins, Warren, 0. ang 1 tf
iltow srTLirr. a so. m. tvttlx.
SUTLTFF fc TUTTLE, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Warren, Trum
bull county, O., still continue their business at their old
office, on High street, two doors west of the Asaerieoa
House. mar 4 w
glaiui&rtiims.
BP. JAMESON & Co., Dealers ia
Stove. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin,
Cheese Tata. Ac, No. 10 Main St, Warren, 0. mar 9
E SPEAR fe SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors and Window Blinds. Factory n
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. janaiy
FELLOWS & M0RLET, Manufactu
rer of Plows, Cultivator, Ac. Shop east of Tsy
ler's Ware house, on the Canal, Warren, O. sep 30t
J0HN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market st.. Warren, 0. mar
A L. M0RLEY, (successor of J. G.
XLi Bsooxm.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hard
ware, Cailery, dec. Warren, Ohio. nor 82
GEO. T. T0WNSEND, Cabinet aud
Chair Maker, Girard, Trumbull, Cov, 0. Coffin
mad and delivered n tho shortest notice. Funeral
attended without extra charge for Hears. aug y
TH. M0RLEY fc Co., Manufactu
o rer of Stores, Hollow Ware, and Castirgs reno-
rally. Foundry on th Canal, east of Tayler's War
house. Tin Shop four door west of th Bank, Warren,
Ohio. sep 30 tf
H0LLINGSW0RTH fe FITCH,
Dealers in Stores, Tin Ware, Japanned War,
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Bras Kettle, aad Hol
low Ware of all kind, at Cranage's old stand, 3 door
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren. O. mar t
R A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesal-
and Retail Bookseller. 33 Main Street, a fw
doors south of the Post Omce, Warren, O. nor 11
JULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacture!
and Sealer In Clock, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Good, Market street, Empiro
Block, Warren, 0. Watcho carefully repaired mod
warranted. Jun T
PATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad
dlery Hardware. Carriace Trlnuninrs. and Mana-
facturer of Saddles, Bridle. Harnesa, Trunk, Talis
a&o aum strees, it arren, v.
TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers ia
A 8taple and Fancy Drv Good, Qroesrie, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpetinr. Sole Leather. Ac- at th 8ia-n of
the Emairt Stere, Warren, 0.
C& M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign.
and Domestic Dry Goods. Hardware. Groeeriea.
Qeensware, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Cap. Ready Mad
C lothing, Ac, Market Street, Warren, 0. nag t
PARKS fe WENTZ, Dealers in For
eirn and Domestic Drr Good. Croekerr. Bnota.
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Ready Mad Clothing, Ac, always f snap
for ready pay at the Kew-Tork Stor.
WALTER KING & SON, Dealers in
Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. Silver Plated an
Brittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, Ac No. 9. Main
street. Warren. 0. All kinds of Clock and Watch
carefully repaired and warranted. mar 3
PACKARD & BARNUM, (Succes
sor to Warren Packard.) Wholesale and Ratal 1
Dealers in Foreign and American Hardware, Iron.
Paints, and Carnatf Trimmings, at the " Tall Brick,"
Warren, O.
"r B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
i.'JL. Commission Merchant, and dealer In Tlaar.
Ball, Fiah, .Plaster, Ac, Warren, Ohio.
CE. LEFFINGWELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Fhmr.
Salt, Fish, Plaster, Ac, Ac, Warren, 0. nar 31 tf
STEVENS fc Co., Commission Mer
chant. Dealer in Batter. Cheese. Saleratus. Fish.
Fruit, and Produce renerallv. No. 14 and 16 Second
Street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, 0.
Rarauacns : Dickson. Bires At Co.: Wilshir. Bris
tol, Ac; John Swasey At Co.; Swasey At Wise ; Harri,
son dt Hooper ; Kennel A Dudley, and Merchant gen
eraiiy apr XI w
glisftllantsas.
JOSEPH HAZELD INE, Dealer in
Bishop Jt Child's Melodeons. Mr. Haze.tFiie
keeps constantly on hand the best Hel-irTeuus, which he
will fdrnish at nmnuftwtnrer's prices, at farmingtoc,
Trumbull county, 0, Instructions givou cratis to uur-
Chasers. Repjuriuj and (using 4- V id neatness and
dispatch. max j
LAWS. RHODES St BARR, General
Produce Commission Merchants. No. ICS West Co
lumbus St-, Cincinnati. O. (Customers en the Reaerv.
are referred to J. XL Brown, North Bloomfield.) apr6y
vr. bsoois. acres i
BROOKS THOMAS, Fashionablo
Tailors, rooms over Nichols' Hat Store. Main St..
Warren. Ohio. Particular attention maid to cnttin.
and warranted to At If properly mad up. feh 9 y
"JV'EW STAGE LINE. The subscri.
J-l ber have commenced runriin a two-hon Coach
from Painesville to Bloomaold, for the acoontmodatioa)
of the traveling public. The Coach will leave th Amer
scan House, at Painesville. Monday, Wednesday, and
Fridays, and returning, will Iwtv bUaojpfield. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays. The Coach will aetint.
Painesville in time to meet the Kxprea Tmns fop
Cleveland and Buuralo;and roturnlnir. will reach Bloom.
Aeld in season so saee th Warren and Ashtabula Hack.
mom aiso uie nau irun cinsman o inarrin p ails.
J. A, MAKSH.
Bloomflokl. Jun 7, 1834-tf W. C FAIRBANKS.
-pHE CLINTON LINE RAIL ROAD
L COMPANY NOTICE TO STOCK BOUUCRS
The Annual Meeting of Stockholders of th Clinton
Line Rail Road, will be held on Wednesday, th S4th
of January next, al ths Ac of the Company, la Hod
n. d. T. Wei. aeorotary.
Jan. 3d, 3t
BATTLE POWDER I-Breininy. Fron-
J field At Co.'s Celebrated Tegetable Caul Pawdos
constantly on hand and for sal in large or small quan
e sby th subscribers, who are sola Ajent fcw Vs1
actio n.
N. B. Non are re rutin unless proeqred af
March If. H-Ai-tf C. 4 M, 'iMEg. Arts.
DOORS, DOORS. 0Q0IlS,-To Con
tractors. Carjienton and Builders, Ws oan furaiah
yon with Panel Doors uf all styles, a great deal eheapor
than you can buL (hem hy baud, (and as good if not
better.) Call ! examin our work and price; yon
will b suitod with bojh. 4 ibtrl discount to w-ioi,-sal
traders. SPEAR At SOS,
January 36.
TuTe IODIDES OF IRON. Mc7,
X Ziq. Copper, Sulphur, and Potastham, Re-us.
Imedlo lina, Bromiao, Iron by Hjrdr v ii.asut.tw
Ion hand fuw aai low at.
May l. PrRTs;ttCo'.
ALL OF DR. JAYNETS FAMILx
TX MEDICINES, Aju Vhrrry Pw-(UrJL af, 0)
tood-i Iiulla ChoiawHlot tale.b,
UmJ ill JtiRIKR A Co,
RATIONAL HOT "V
L 1 Proprietor, east side r In

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