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aare im mlnera. - -
Addraae Caiaa.laarom tortaeraar.at lpllna.
Haeia TwtU aataeta aaaortaieirt of o FrhrtlBT I
prepared to aieeote In the eery hart '
aaner aJa aA af plaia aad, fame Book and Jok
MiJ:'T SbeWdftitli, Ccrtflcxt, 1
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laaka Iteeeinta, pwre nma, uuium,
Catarad MaaaaiL s Ball Ticketa,. - ManifeiU. etc
i. hM M. done in tat ahapa of Print inr,
- a - - - fail la BtllL. aVTaal OD L ffw" innnMl
hand earefolly aelee
fCardaaad ana StaUonerj.froBt which
hooe a amaMf friatiaf eaa aelecU
Jaatiee aad Coable' BUnVs, " "
W ARRAXT S K ,' a0BTO 1 a; QTTTT!LAIai DBEDS.
araaowv, atom man, awareniaa, arc,
f itaitr-'r ea hand and for eate, : .
Home Affairs. Temperance.
We AT'gTtef ml tbsi tie "eucr
luetic V fforts' of tte ' present populsr May
ors f?2w Tort and BrooUyn, in wp
preasLou ih nils of intetnpersnce, are
apprecuiaea na approvea oy peopie in
all iiectioaa. .Oie cottntry."v:Th fbl-
knaff ijesoltttions, ndopted by the Inde-
seadentOrdet1 " of Good TempUrm, ef
a - - ,
Mir town, tare keen handed nor in
their .retjieit, snd gir them room u onr
Al lnee)tui of A L 0. of. O- Tof
Wtrrenrield f e&; 1 6th, 1 855, tlie fol-
lowing Preamble nd Resolution- were
fflureat; If Ms ; gratifying
frifwds of teernoe,, to Behold the
foodavse"progrtssiB,'and hail erery
instso f itm- avdraacemena- as slgni&-
aatof th Vgood time coming,, be it
Jtetolved, That the noble stand taken
by- Hotw Fernando Wood, Mayor of New
Tork, and by Hnl George HaB, Mayor
f Brooklyn, n hebau m law and order,
and Mpeeially: the manly determination
they-tare evinced in tlreir efforts to aap
preaatheiqmortr&Se en the Sabbath, with
us eooseqaaat im moral tendencies,: call
for oar warmest thanks, which "we here
with heartily tender to them, and we bid
ahem Goat speed In (he farther prosecu
tion of such efforts. - r
Jou M.'Sr ijui, Tsr. ci, .. ,
X J& 'WHixssinXa, rFI Secretary, " v
-T k Ji i . . ., . j
New Judge and New Court House.
gave on friend Gtx F- Baowal
Ej. a eall at the ew office ia the Court!
House and foaad him rery domesilcated
iaone of the ' nest rooms ef the kind
r ' a'W . - ft I
WTJ evet Saw, Fnend ' . hatr honor' erf
firatj OCeiipy IBg the new huHdiilP;, and
are eaacbeeiaaJly say that we are "glad
to see him there." -. : " " "
-jlAoau eowX-Bader r'ihis Tieai the
Gito fartiUfiM a coeaxittnication trom
Pjot -pberlin, ajTBg that
aha daca; -tored snow which fell npon
Wednesdaj the Tth iasL, was foaad, op-
3ti being raelled and fltcred, te cooUia
Wety a-alastaaeeUITOV: jAOi QH ?
-Jtfucti MaUg 'pecinaritj of color in the
now, was nptictd Ihrenghoat this coun
ts: aad we .know sot how nach farther
last 'Several inches of this dark eel
ewedsnew feU, which was o smndyto
tje jxead as UTflakar walking yery tire
axsrnef -jTbe atmosphere was alsa 'oi'a.
wellewisb tinge, and we eard' lie ex
presswa of several that the "appearance
dsfhings was very aillar to that which
eras noticed darrng the lastSelar eeCpse,
tiesstjr and "earlib" looking a it does
wrherfewe4-thU2h'a glass" alightlT
The snrht which, followed was one of
intense - saarbaesa, and those ' who were
ara wereaAa'anoMs ia asserting that
fiight eoiaia he so Hack. .Divers laugh-
. . . '
ae inflideat occiir red ia the village.
L-adies aad gentlemen oa ther way home
frvm , evening gatherings, lost TheTTarBy,
eMoUl see no -oudiae,' shadow' or gCminer
aBjthiag'a (he heavens ahore, or the
earth beneath and, could keep the road
ly.byefsy ,lbr the beaten path- rr j.
( Vfe hivo kard of several accidents
which ccnrred,tv travelers 'from their
fortes being anahle'ta see the road, and
4a seme eases those sharp sighted animals
awamYetted gnat fright and terror at the
eaarkBeas, and. refused , to r.hudge until
"4heat way was lighted by lanterns.' ; There
" - IA Tnjk ai HiL-lr mrit-eref -iraTf nwM . 1
Batare, So Tnat aa panicle ot hght erept j
.4UirVUga. t9 e "jellected from th OOW. !
'and' Warelieve :fhe, darlraess which
'Tf;We visd mot 4nrpposed that these phe
" Bom' n a" were wi de spread,' b nt the eom -ciuiiica
tioo" ajf 'iher Proesor noticed
.4sboreViiows tli at there Was fiomething
remarkable in the eaxuraaee, and mcs
sf a qnestioA of -philosophical interest to
ajfeterrnlne how tar in ati directions that
peculiar phaa of the storm,' was noticed,
'ad what could Tje the' cause of it a -
jpONDITIONOF THE. WESTERN
AREWKVB BAVK. efWamtv4s.is.eii Aiaaaar
B-renrog.Peb. ira. Mat. -i . s .
mBSOPaCE, 1 i
Ohio rer-cnt Stocks -dee 4a t00. depee-i'
ited with the Trees 'r ef Setae. $ 173J4 Cd :
Botes and erifts ofBuaeiiaoSis. - - I
eoanied,. ........... t7I,at i4J4014 18
Banking Heme and Lot........
Beposiit in iew York and Phi to-.- . - .
aeipnat su"jeet re aignt aart iUHuu. ..
' Cold and Silveron kaad...n. 4451 I7j -, -otes
of other Banks ew hwad. U W7w 0 - .. -'
Amoant dee treat Bsake aad -- - -I - -
Banicra. 43447 tOi u J)U a
-vr-.Vf u ! i
' - .--a-dSTgS 4
'eJawital Suck paid in........v'. ... $ JrrSot
i,aaiTt(iod4Mo& an hand )4,4S3S
ltrmX za; vt LIABILITIES. ' .T ;.
aawaat dae depoeitora.,--.$87e? S3j .
t..-. a-,aaae4aaake. 534 75: -etosef
the Itakls sires SMI aa , 31 4X1,1X1 JTTS 38
.F 1 . . .... , . 407 ina,-
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, ...
a. Tneasaaaraiaaaed has beea eppeeaead Adsamistra--ao
deaenisawaoa she Estate- Aiexaader Clark,
eate-ef Nawtoai- SewsieSip, deceased. , Ail prrsuns ia
dmltdtoeaad eeaattajra- rawer a id te make immediate
aarment, and those having elaisaeawainst said estate
y" i ssaar aar ismtsi . AoUsVAaCLL.
Feb. 14 ii .-:-t , .A&JOZ
W A A 1 ii-ur. A ui 1HD WaiiUll
,i7r. - CCT JlCTCAi UK INSCRANCB COMPANY,
llarttord, Coaawaa the SUth Jaaaary, laiS. (ror-
"s"lTARREN fe T.AKR ERIE PLANK
The Annual Meeting ef the'steckaeloers ef this Com
pany fur Ui Election f Officers, was held Monday, the
but iost. end rcsnlted in the election er the former
Board ef Dir.ct.rs. To. report of the Treasurer,
shows the onacet of the lomiiany to be ha good con
ditiea, as will appear an examination.
J!iat Dana Treasurer ia ape. with the W.4L Erie
riaak Bead Company.- .
To Am"! ootlee i
led oo Stoek.i I
Bine, res. ta' I
IdMa Balance,... i tll aS
r.0CHilla Hayahle.. lijou
uuantuigent es j.
- rf penaeo... 1 irttl
(Intereat. j 1J06
hDiririend ape,. SKS0
1SU 'laalaaco. 4M.UI
Ts interest eoi : . I
frees Tolls,... S70I KllFeb. 4
There hi tn ear haadr ao ta ahowa by the above ana.
t4.W, In addition to thia there ia in the hanna of the
Gate Krepera. '.',!. ankini; the total Caaa aaaetta
474.44, from wnirh dedoet the otipaid rHridrod of Jaa
1 at IbjJ, f34Q. and there remaina 1 134.44, orer all Ha
hiltiea. The hseoaie of the Road for the year ending
Veb'j 5th IMS, ia aa foDoaa, to wit:
Aaa War Nile Gate. aoS.M
Uaary Wataoa flat Gate aa Baaetta Road, IS34.as
Stephen Alien (2nd . - " 1 ?H.4
Total Tolla, " '
illlivs DANA, Treaanrer,
Warren Jeb'r 5th "S5. "113.
TO TBI AUDITOR OF THE ST ATI OF OHIO.
aiahod ar th AreaU af anid Caamane in the State of
unioj ia caeapiiaaoe wita ua raxiuireaianu of the Act
ar the iiefialamre af the state of ubio, entitled ' Aa
act to aofulate th areaeioa ef Inaurancc Cemuaaiee
not incorporated by the State af Ohio." naaaed liar 1.
- Kin or ni Coapaar: The Connecticut Mnaaal
jAaocrr mr m Catitai. Srocm : Sana, beio( a Ma
Caah aa hand, . ' ' $3148
awaaa. auraora aaa rreviaenee Kallroaa,
atorteared. at J pr. et. nr. annum. S JO.ObO
Iron Bain-oad, mortgaged, at 7 per ct.
er annum. 25,000 ' '
Colambua, Piqua and Tndlana Rail
road, mortraaed. at 7 pr.ct.pr.anM 15,000
Hartford City Railroad, mortgaged, ' '
at t per cent, per anonm, , 14,000
-' --"j 7I.O(e,no
Bond and Vortgage Loana on Beat Kitate. 806,057,01
Loana on Bank Stock Secarity. 43,491 00
" to Ciirot Ilanford and other
Stacka. City Bank, af
Hartford, . S10.TSS ,, . , ,.
Morhante' Bank, of Jew
Karen, '" - ' S,0"0 ;,'-:- (
Phoenix Bank, Of Hartrord,'" 1,650 " " J
Caar'rOak Bank, of Hartford, 1,054 . '
Hartford and ate ilarea - - -
Railroad, ' - 8.000 - ' - -
Coaaecticnt Hirer Railroad, SUO
- , . 31.430.00
' : '-r "7 ' 1017,7
rreauna bobm of UnM Neat- -. .
br-re, bearing 4 pr, ct. interact. 1 ,099,87,97
Aavoont doe treat Aaeala. U.atK.47
- . . 1,IU,09S,44
. U3S S50
Amown af Liabilities aaa aad aat da to Banks and
athar creditora of the Oorapenr oooe.
Anoant of Lemees adjnsaed and due, S.50 -
andBeda,7S,4UO T- -
ia auspenae, wais-
ang farther proof.
All ether claims against the Company :
Diridenda unpaid, aat doe, contingent upon
tne continuance or ua fouctea to wtuck
ahey are credited, , 908 11,00
The greatest amount insured la any an risk, S5,0U0.
The amount allowed to be insured ia any ana city.
town or Tillage unlimited.
GCT S- PITH LPS "
Omen Cow a. Xrnu Lin las. Co, .. Strttmrg.
tLutTroaa. janoary xu, itux
STATE 0P (JONXEUTICLT.) ta. xUrrroiB, January
Hartford County, ) 23rd, 1855.
Paraonally appeared. Guy B. Phelna. Secretare af the
CoBBBtlicnt Mutaal Life Insurance Camnanr. aad
made oath, that the foregoing Statement, by him sub
scribed, is tree, to the beat of his knowledge and belief.
Before ma, . GBOH'JK S. GILMAK,
. Julit a f Ac iaaca,
Omea at- twi Cob, sforaaa Ltrc las. Csu, .
- ' - . HeTToaa, Janaary x3rd, i6Si.
I herabr eeatify. that the forecainc ia a uatatwr of
exatewient. nled aa thawsheaof the Aoditar of aha
State of a)aia. Ansa. - , GUI B-PHKLPS. ,
' " - - , lea star. -
Original Certificate of AutaarUr. ta awatrc aa the Slat
af July, leii.
: BTATB Uf OHIO, )
Aobttox ar Btats's Ornca, V
CaacaaTja. Febeaarr L. 1855
Waareaw, The ConaMCarcat Mutaal Life Insurance C
aany tocated at Hartford, ia the State ef Coaaaoticatjuu
aiea in tais -emce a awara stslemrns ar aa ooodtuea.
raauwed by the first section of the "Act toreew!aia
afiwiat ei jjiaaiaaoa VMNapantea aat incorpera-
oy use Basse at wara." nassea star a. IBM :
admAaraas, Said Company has furaished the un
dersigned, satisfactory eTideaea that it b noses seed af
least oae haaitred thouaaad doliara at actual capital
iarested ia stocks ef at least par Tales, at ia beads or
mortgagee af aniarnmbared real aatast wecth eeabla
amoant fwrwhich the asms is saorteaced :
-dad vaerasA, aUidiCoarpany has filed ia thia office a
writtea instrument, under iu corporated aeal, signed
ane rreaidenl and secretary tnereor, nominating
appointing rHOKAS J. McLAIN of Warrea, iu
the President and Secretary thereof, nominating
laurance.and rilraad enreecrrodly sales lising Mm to
acknowledge aeittee ef prepoee for aad oa behalf af
Coaapai-y; oaas-jaiung taatsarstce ar process apaa
tne saia Agent, saau ae takea aaa bom to be aa
wahd as if eerred apaa aha Company, aecaraiag to the
or tnis ncare, ar arany otner eaua, aaa wai Tinf
claim of error by reaeoa af saeh aereiaa t -
, faerwero, la patreaaaea f the first sectisa ef
"Act to regulate the Agencies ef Insaraaee Com
panies not incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed
1. lr-54, I, WILLIAM . MORGAN, A editor af
State, ao uiereT ere-nrr, that the said THOMAS
McLAIS, ia authorised as aa A rent for tne aaid
Company, ta transact the bastnees af Life laaaraaca,
this State, until the thirty-first day of- Jaiy, ia
year one thoassad eight hundred and fifty-fire, ea
ae may be legal ly empowere-l aa Ma ay But tetter
appointment, aad the faotrectioaa which may ae
riren to him by the aaid Ceeapaay. - - -
Is annus wars cor, I hare hereto subscribed my
name, and caused the seal of my sale teae afilxade
1st day or rcieaaiy la tne year ef war Lord aa,
thousand ei-fht hundred and fifty-fire.
Feb'y 7, l553w. W. B. MORGAN. Aaditer.
A T TACHMENT NOTICK.
John Blatharwick, "
' Christiaa Beck
Bait la Attachment
Al mr instance an order of attachment was Msued aa
lath day of Jaanary A. D. 1855, by Joseph H. Wot-
eoa,jusuceoi tne peace in Fanea ngto a township, Traat
aail county Ohio, against the goods, chattela, -righta,
credits, stocks aad interests ia atocka, monies aad af
fects of said defendant Christiaa Beck, who is a bob
resident af aaid Bounty, for the sum of $63.43. Said
stands for h sarins, aa the first day ef March next,
one o'clcek P. H. Job Bn-mrawTcw, PI'S
Jarmington, Feb. 7,3-a-.' - "
-a, us OkU Bai mn , Jes. 8S, 1854
BUTFOLKS FOR LOGAK a; TRUHBULL COTJKTIEfl.
Caaaxaa Baatra, af North Bleaaafleld. Yrumbnji
coanty, has jest parchasad twa af the SoiTolks which wa
adrsiliii J in the iatmsi' a aaw aad a boar. The boar
a taoroagh ared from aticknej'a importation, and
eow was pare hand, sMtsasamar.sf C4. L. G. Jdot
tua,af atoaat Ferdaas, Westchester coanty, H. aad
aaa- tar gone aa pig. They are a pair of as pare
bloods as can aaaooad ia the l.'oited Btaaea, and ant
apeeuasns ef that popular breed. The Fanners
Trumbull, waa desire aeeeaa to thia popular breed of
can pew be arcom-otKiated. Feb. 7. 4w,
lKODEIt SINGING BOOK,
eaa urm or a buluo cones 1
T L B. W-OODBTJEY. Since the
rmNveatloa af the 'DolciBK-r'' to the iasainr ef
1 1 hau, eeta s-aarter aunts copies ex Jot.
Woodbary's haoke hare beea sold. Such is the ac-srtie-rledged
exceleBee ef the Dulcimer, both in kind
ejuelitj-. that it has aeea Blade the model tor erery
popular Music Book publiahed eiace it's appearance.
it's eeaal ly asteeaaed sacceesor. the Cythara, eatba
siaatic praises reach aa from all -Banners ef the coaa-ry.-
A SECOND EDITION 01 TWENTT TBOCSAKD
now ready, ia which the leer en rat errors which es
aotice in the first twentythousand are corrected.
Published by I. J. wrsimuiow. new xork.
84 . KINO & COMPANY. Cleveland. O.
STATE OF OHIO Trumbnll County,
8. S. In Court of Probate. .
Edauiad p. Buraett, Ex'r, of Moses Cushmaa Dec'd.
Richard Burr is, James Burris and Joha CBshman's
Tie. Kussel, Da rid. Squire, Marx, Jane, aad Cei-
The aaid defeadanu are notified that the amid ExecB'
has filed his Petition in said Court, to obtain
to sell .certain Lands, of eald Deceased Tis.aeat
acrt' ,iaMl 'n Bbbara, Trumnaii ce.
Thit c-.ure will befor hearin; SB loth aayaf Feb'y
EDMTTCD P.BTTRNETT, -Ex'r
of Moses Cashmaa Dee'eV
Br Au.es O. ViiLtsa, his Atty.
CWANS TREATISE. A new Edition
aa the Law rolating to the powers, and duties ef
Justices ef the Peace, and Coastal, let in the Stale of
enta practical forma, at the
J" 84 NEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
SKETCHES OF THE IRISH BAR.
by Richard Sailor Shell, M. P. All ef ear legal
reotleaseri abetrid read skis work. S voL cloth, price
: Fee.;) ADAMS.
? - g- tFehTl
for 1855, at
REELEY S WHIG
for I85J at : ' -
Also German Almanacs by ths Gross.
ST. VALENTINES DAY. , -I
would rcspeclfully inform mr frienda.na th.
generally that I have amply supplied Thyself by
secariar oae ef the richest, neatest, and ilmni ..!.
ef ValeBtisas, which for newness er stile and Tar-
caanot ae surpassed, -r or sale in large or small
eaantiucs.et feb'y 7 . . BALDWIS'S Main St
TALENT1NES. ; . . ; .-
As St. Valentine's dsy la neerla aaam .
will remember that a moot elegaut variety af
Valentines ean he had at Aaaae Bookstore. We have
tniantiries ef Comic aad Cheap pass, designing te
country Meres, ss well aan as high priced eaes
Bryants Poems. Complete. " '- " ' ' ' - T .
irfmrfellews Poems Cetoptoto.
Mrs Ilemsns .. f
houad sad eltigaaUp tliastrateL New
Bdrtieus ef shese works, by the Harpers, jest ree sir
ed at Feb. 14th - - ADAMS.
RUTH HALL',' 5th saptlt
i Feb- HJt '55. - ' BALDWINS "
COURTSHIP . AND ITS CON.
SEqiF.SCE.3d supply at " "BALDWINS ?
LL.. the, New Works of the tirnesl
wteto-jbiM ' - 1 t
sJf.si7 j- . ADAW' ll8vjiTaw.
expoee to aa le on the prnaiees at ptblic Tendne
oa the Mta day.a( Marca mil, hat we aa the aoaraaf 10
A. Si. and 4 P. u. on deferred parneme of two yware,
the folloe-ingdeamhed tamu.aud real ratau eitaate ia
the tsaaahip or Vernon, TraaV.aall ooanty. Ohio, a oler
an vrjcr of a!e ieraed to me aa gaardiea of Timothy K.
Thompaon. by the Probata Coart of aaid Coante.
Use price ef lead lying a'jout half a mile North of
the center of aaid towaahip and bounded aa foilowe:
Begiaoingat a point ou the North and Soath renter
Uighway. ia aaid Ternon. at the Soath-EaM corner of
huxla of Lucina Uolcomh. and rnnning ttirnce Soath
aloag aaid Uighway rei.tr roda to the North-KaJteor-
aer a ianda of Thomu A. Thompaon ; thence Weet 1
along the North line of aaid Ianda ol Thomal A. Thorn
aoa, three kaodred and thirty-Sre roU to a etake and
atonea. at the aoath-aut corner of aaid Timothy K.
Thompaaaa Ianda; theucc aorih on the eaat line of Ianda
kaoau aa Ianda of late owned by Grauger, and on the
weet line of Ianda of aaid Timothy K. Tbompaoa. err
enty rod to the aoath line of lauda formerly owned ly
Perry Sheldon, aud now belonging to aaid Laeiua If ol
eoma; thence nulling east along the eouth line of aaid
ktnda of llolcomb ru.ta to the place of beginning,
containing witbin aaid bonndariea, one hundred and
forty-three acre and forty Bee rode, known aa the
toaeesad farm of aaid Timothy K. Thoapoon.
Alao one tract of land aitaate about one mile weet of
the center of aaid Vernon, bounded aa follow, : liegta
aing at a point oa the Uighway leading from the center
af Vernon an the center af Johnaon. at the eoath-eaet
corner af John B. Thompaon a Ianda and running
thence north on the eaat line of aaid John B. Thomp
aon' land ta die north eaat corner thereof about one
hundred and sixty roda. thence west along the north
line of aaid John B. Thompaon 'a land about eerenty
roda ta the lot tine: thence north along the lot line
about forty roda ta the north-weet corner of aaid tract;
thence eaat aloug the south line of Ianda owned by
Thomas A. l nompson about one hundred and twenty
sods to the north-east corner of aaid track to a stake
and atones: tbence eouth along the west line of lands
owned by Horace Bates, and Ianda owned by Daniel J.
Xattox, and lands owned by Balsa Clark to the aaid
highway; thence west along the said highway to the
place of beginning, containing within said boundaries
eighty-fire and one-fourth acres of land. Said tract af
laud will be sold entire or in parcels as may beat suit
purchasers. THOMAS A. THOMPSON,
Guardian of Timothy K. Thompson.
BrBrn-tTr fc Tumi. Atty's. Peh 7 t.r)
Ephraim Thomas AdmV 1
i af Mary Anderson dee'd j '
: ts i Probate Court,
. James B. Anderson, Petition to sell Is
Einley 8. Anderson -- : ' I .
and others. 1
. The said James B. Anderson and Finley 8. Anderaea
heira of the aaid Mary Anderson, are hereby Informed
that on the loth, day of January 1855, said administra
tor filed his petition ia the Probata Court of Trumbull
County Ubio, the object and prayer ef which petition
is to obtain an order on the twenty-fourth day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1H55, 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 Be-
serre in the State af Ohio, in the County of Trumbull,
known by being part ef let Ka. SO, in aaid township of
tiioeny aaa oounaea as follows: Beginning at tne
south east earner of said section No. SO, thence north
Deg west on the east line of said section to the south
line of John Loya land thence weeterly on aaid Ley's
line, so rarthat a line drawn partial with tne ant ats
tinned line running to the South line of aaid eeetioa
No. SO, will contain twenty acres ef land. Also, aaoth
er lot of land situated in said township af Liberty,
aforesaid known be part or lot No. IS, in said laeaabip
and hounded as follows ; - -
Beginning at a point in the west Sua of said lot, at
the Soutn-west corner or land owned by Isaac Wages
which ia twenty chains and forty links north from the
Soath-west corner of said lot No. 19, thence east along
tae Boa ia nne o(-saia a ages land tiurty-rour chaina
and forty -seren links, thence south so far that a line
drawn parallel with she last mentioned line, ar South
Kneof said Wages' land to the west line of said lot.
aaall eeatain serea acres or land.
- EPRRAJel THOMAS. Adm'r ar Mary Anderson, dee.
JT Paula B, Rian.his Atf.
jan "55, 4w. .
KJ The State of Ohio - ) In Petition for Partition
Trumbull Coante S. 8- ia the Court ef Cosbbm
Pleas ef Traatball Ca O.
By rirtoe of an order of sale to me directed and de
liTered, wherein, Stephen Pradea, and Pheba Praeea
are PlaintifTi, and Lyman Thompson, Jonathan Theme-
soe. Silas Thompson. Hiram T. Thompson. Jamas
Thompson, Seth Thompson, Catherine Thompaon, Alri
ra Williams. John McCrare, Lacy Mc'Clure. John
Law, Sally Law, Samuel Doud and Mahila Doud. are
defendanu, I shall expose to publie sate at the door of
tne uoort liouse, in a arren, in said county, oa Satur-
T the 3d day or uarch, A. o. loo, between the hours
ef 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
laadsaad tenements described in the said petition, to
wit: situate in Vienna Township. No. 4 tn 2d Range
ar Towaantps in tne uooneciicut w esiern BLeserre, tn
the State af Ob to, which is also in the county of Ten
hull, and is known by being parts of lot No. 18. and Is
hounded as follows: Beginning at the north-east cor
ner o( the farm purchased by E.G. 4c u. K. Booth, of Da-
rid aad Esther- Acheson. (and is better known as the
farm art giaally owned by hathaa B. Dawson) and froa
thence running south along the west line of Abel Ty
ler's tana, totheaastaad west center road, thence run
ing westaeaag aaid Center Road to the sooth-eaat corner
or fire acres or iaad formally deeded to aaid James
Tbompaoa, by U. K. Booth, aad from thence aorta
along aaid Thompson 'a fire acre lot, to iu aorta-east
corner, thence running west along the north line ef
aid fire acre tract to the lands of Hiram Burnett, thence
north along the eaat line of aaid Burnett's land, to land
ewned by Samuel Sqaires (deceased) tfaenee running
east amng sata Dquire o sou in line to tne place ef be
ginning, and to contain twenty acres ef land, be the
same moreer leaa, aaid twenty acres of land appraised
a too. , -
Aha) the following described lands and tenements In
aaid petitioa else described, to wit : situate in said
Vienna Township, being Township No. 4, in said coun
of Trumbull, knows by part of lot IS and ia bounded
sefoBowe: Beginning at the south east corner ef lands
artieVrd! try Hiram Burnett en the eaat and watt high
way 17 rods, thence north along James Thoauon's, Jr.
weet line far enough to eoataia fire acres ef land,
the nee west to said Burnett's land, thence south along
said Harnett's east line to the place of beginning, and
contain fire acres of land deeded by U. K. Booth to
Jamee Thompson. Sen., April lith, 1850, Recorded In
Trumbull ooanty Record Book, 66, page 300, said firs (5
acrweS kod appralsea at aiuo.
One-third of the purchase money to be paid ea the
day ef sale, ene-thml ia one year thereafter, and oa
third in two years from said day of sale, and interest
thereon antil paid, with appro red secarity. A
.-.-. H. a. HABM0N, SheriC E
Sheriffs Office, Warren, Jaanary 84th '55, 5w. ; ,
Tba President, Directors and
Company of the Western Res
Court el Common
Pleas of Trumbull
V Coanty, Ofrio,-'- -
P. MeCormick, Jaoeb Robison,
Joha Battles and Josiah Bob
bins, Jr. J
P. MeCormick, a aoa resident ef the State of Ohio, is
hereby notified that the plaintiffs filed their petitioa ia
aaid Coart, against the defendants oa the 90th day of
January 1855, asking Judgement aatnstthaai oa two
promisory notes made by P. McCormaak, payable to the
order ef Bobieon at Battles, aad endorsed br Hum and
Josiah Rohhhrs Jr. to the plaintiffs ; said nates dated
Not. 1st 1854, one payable sixty daye after elate, for
$70, and the other parab ie serenty days afterdate, for
$430, with interest on said Botes from the time they
beeamedae, and costs of protest 3,75 - -
Aa order of Attachmont was issued, against the prop
erty of P. MeCormick. The plaintiffs, will take Judg
ment by default against said P. MeCormick, aaress he
answer by the 31 at- day of March, 185S. - --
irrJICHINS CUBTIS3 ;
jan S4 "0,Sw. Attys for Plfls.
f EGAL NOTICE.
J Matthew B Hacker ,
Administrator ef Abijah
Tyrrell Dee d
4easBem Turaaer, Hary A.
Taraaar. Roberteoa Tnrnner.
la the Court of too
avoa Pleat for Tnua-
Naomi TyrriB, Mesrrille Tyr- balll County, Ohio.
nit, atoyt Tyrrtii, avoeweu
Naomi Sillimaa, Abijah Silli
antn, Ijerinda Bartholomew,
Ablal Bartholomew, Celeste
Mackey, and Mary A. Priadte .
The said Iloyt Trrrill. and RosweB Tyrrill. are aoti
that the said Matthew R. Mackey has filed a petitioa
Administrator as aforesaid, against the parties afore
said, mads deieadants to recover ot said eiusbom aad
ltooertaon Tumaer, the sum of six hundred and serea-
dollars, and interest thereon, heingthe amoant ef
serea legacies by the said Abijah Tyrrill, dee'd to the
said lloyt Tyrrill, Roswell TvrriU, Naomi Sillimaa.
Mary A. Turnner, Lorinda Bartholomew, Celeste Mack
ey, and Mary A Prindlerespectirelyaadef aheexpeasea
said Administration, and the sale therefor-of eertaia
lands of said Abnah Tyrrill, aee'd deemed ire aaid Aba-
Tyrrill. to said Gushoat and Bobertaoa Turnner
subject tc the parmenu aforesaid. The aaid Hovt
TyrriQ, and Roswell Tyrrill most answer said ts j
dexed against them by default. -
Miiiin at xlxilb, Attys. tor rurs.
yan 14 iBij.ow.
SWANS'-MANUAL. Fourth Edition
jast pubhehed, new and revised, and adapted te the
present practice. A complete guide for Executors, and
Admiaistrstors. just rccired by express a lares supply,
aha J iaa S41 NEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
SPIRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED
Aa expose ef the origin, history, theology snd
philosophy ef creation, alleged communications from
spirit world by saeaas ef spirit rapping, mediums
writing, pay steal demonstrations, etc., with illustra
tions, by Rcr. H. Mattison, A. M- at -
Jaa. 17 , ALDWINft
THE HOISERY Department Partic
alar attention is paid to this part of onr huslness.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys aad girls, can find almost
anything they want in thia line ef Trade. Silk. Black
Fancy Colors, Cashmere. Slate Brown, Black aad
White Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Hall
Hose, and s large quantity for children.
aprSfi B. B.JI0YT fc CO.
FOR SALE A House and Lot in
the Village of Warrea. la aa elligibls situation,
Washington Avenue. Lot ia medium size. House
comntodioaa, eeataiaing 5 Rooms. Price, $500.
Inquire of J. F. ASPER, Au' at La
ARE CHANCE FOR A BAR-1
GAIN. The three story Biiek Build inr.
known as the "City Hall." is offered for saiconL
Unas, as I wish te leave thia seek ef the woods as
at post ibis. jan It 'SS, M. MeMAJiUSU
TYPES OF MANKINbror Ethnorog
leal fesearehes eased apon the ancient sauna
menls. Paintings, Sculptors and Crania of races, and
the r Natural, Geographical, Philological, Biblical
history 4ry J. C host and Gee. R. Gildden. . Pries
B5.be-A few copies just ree'd at - ADAMS,
jaa 17 '55
T0HN DOWLING'S History of - Bo-
wiKDivm, n afjanrincs Ma CfltMSItS, K S polltt
cU aVDd religioua aischioery. it's popes and conncrts,
iifitoUraaO Spirit snd saiuitxwej practices, from it's
rigln to the present day at. - kALD lM'5
GAMPHINE OR PINE OIL, and
Burninff Fluid, ler sals by
jjaa S4 'i. . - M. A. SMITn a Ce,'
MY COURTSHIP and it's
emences, by Wkkoff.-Hust ree'd st
jan 34 '55,
SWAN'S .MANUEL, 4th ' and last
edition for nxeeuten sad Adnuntstrasors. at
84 "iS. . .... ADAMS.
Leagues of ths Iroouia. be Lewis II. Horns.
eorrispoudiug member of the New Tork Historical
Society, of the America. Ethnological Society Ac; Aa
elegant book of 5i0 paresand beautiful mane. Tor sale
ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. Aa ..II .rTi .r
OTICE, is hrrehy t'iven thnt I
"-- , Js4
UT0BI0GUAPHY OF BARNUM
1 sad Greery, st jaa $4 BALDWIN'S!
.'.a -.,i T V '
rlPHE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IX
JL TWELVE TEARS ! There has been a areas deal
or ruling an 1 eteamins gotng or in the town papera.
a minx t nerrr was ta tne a vM ar wernev I awry ease
this simple method of informing my old curtAmers, and
tne puhbc la general, that I have eommeared keeping
mall Groeerr and Beer Hall, on slain street- No. 41,
(the German SigaJ where yea eaa find such giocery
articles usually kept ia sack a etore. I alee keep keep
an aana a nrst rate article or AMI and HE KB. ana ln
Titcall of those wlio are frienda of the same. The HaH
is kept open ererr day, Saadays excepted.
Warrea, Jan. Slot, 1". D. BISIIOP.
PXECTTOR'S NOTICE. Notice- it
J nrreoy given, that tne soheertber bti aeea ap
painted Ext cat or on the estate of Anna Ere Traesdaie,
late or Liberty, deceased. AR persons baring aeaiata
against said estate, will present them within one year,
legally authenticated, to me, at Liberty; and all par-
aooe inde-ted ta raid estate, are requested to moke laf
BWiiate payment. UK EI HAK-1 II 1SBL,
Jan. 31, 1JS. St Rxectar.
VTEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
XI TRUMBULL C0UNTY.0HI0. Tot undersigned
are preparing to pnblijh as soon as is compatible with
accuracy, a new and complete map of Trumbull Coan
ty, entirely from actual aurTers. The earveys will all
e made by experienced Engineers. AU the publie
roads and locatioas of dweHinga, places ef Worship,
Post Ofnees.Schoel Houses. CaoatyStares. lletela. Mills,
Ac, are to be shown, and ths names of owners of prop
erty will also he inserted in their places in the style ef
sups ol arie, Ontario. Livingston, tfenceee.and Otwe-
go uoantiea etc. etc.. In Hew York by the same pao
lishers. Maps of the principal rilages In the county will he
inserted in the margin. The wbele will be plotted ta
the scale of 1. inches to the mile so as to make a
large and ornamental man to be enrraTad and dciirer-
. e-l, handsomely colored and mounted at fire dollars per
Copy. ULLliSTTK MATTHaWS at (Jo.
Ko ITMlnoaSt. Philadclpha Snd Story. Jan. 31 '30
XXNEW HARDWARE STORE.
As I MORLEV,
Successor to James 4. Brooks, dealer ia Hauasraaa,
Cctlxby, Ixoa, N ails and Glsss, where at all times
can be found a large and raried assortment ef Haass
Trimmings. Carpenter s Tools, etc.
Received this dsy and now opening
S dot. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 Bearer's - "
1 Hay Karros, oed."' -
5 " Pittsburgh Gan-barrels,
9 " Remington's
30 Tens Pittsburgh Iron, assorted sisea.
59 abaadlea best Norway hail Rods.
Warrea, Mo. J, 1854.
A. L. M0 RLE T.
Hariag this day sold my entire Stock af Ilardwart
to A. L. Moaaar, who will continue the buaineas at the
old stand, I take this method of informing my eld
friends-and former patrons that I shall remain with
Mr. Moaaxx, where I shall he happy to see them as
usual. ...., J. G, BROOKS.
Oct, 30, 1854. nor. 15.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. . .
Darld HaTBes Edward B. Drake.!
ExecatorsefWiltiamKBigUDeo'. ( In Tramball-
- ts. Countr Com-
, Thomas M. Wolfe, Joha IT 0 tie, at I ass rieaa.
Giles Clark. Defendants. I
The aaid Thomaa M. Wolfe Giles Clark are aotified
that the aaid plaintiffs ea the x0th of Norember. 1854
Slled ia said Court their petition setting forth among
ether tenngs taat eertaia taada at tae saia Jena and
Thomas M. Wolfe, hare boea sold ia eertaia proceed
lags by the said Giles Ciark in the aaid Court against
the said Thomaa M. and Joha Welfe to satisfy a decree
therein had against them aad that after eatisfactioa
thereof, there raaaaiasin tne naaae ol tne oaeria a
surplus ef money, belonging to them jointly ef more
than four hundred dollars, aad that tne patintils ta eer
taia proceedings against said Thomas M. Wolfe, com
menced ia said Coart by attachment oo said leads, daiy
Tecorered a Judgement against him at the October rerm
of aaid Court ia 1H54 for the sum af one hundred and
eighty seren dollars and sixty twa cents (S I87,fi-i) and
costs of suit to be taxed, aad seeks the applicatioa of so
much of said surplus as may be necessary, to satisfy
said judgment. The aaid Thomas M. Wolfe and Giles
Clark, must answer said petitioa, by the Slat day ef
March 1855, or judgement will be rendered against them
by deranit. BUtlll at iiitls, Any. tor nue.
' Jan. 31 '55 Sw
iMOURT OF COMMON PLEAS of
V TramballCoaoty Ohio.
William McFarlaue 1 '
Guardian of Angelina !
8- ate lar lane. 1 Petitioa for PartlUea
Asahel W. Porter anl I
a Charles S. Porter. I -
' The said Asahel W. Porter and Charles 8. Porter are
hereby notified that said William MePartaac, Guardian
ef Angelina a Mc Far lane, on the 13th. day of January
A D. 1855, filed hit petitioa la said coart against them,
aad which is still oeodinr therein, praying for the par
tition of thirty-four acres and sixty-fire rods ef land ia
lot Bo. 311 in llowland Trumbull County. unio. and be
ing the land set off to Angelina Porter, late Aageilae
McFarlaae, deceased by Frederick Kinsmaa and Joha
Ratliff under ths will ef James Scott deceased. Also
praying for the partition of ten acres ef land la War
ren Trumbull County. Ohio, being part ef section No.
'9S. and the same land a parted and set off la the will of
James acott deceased, to Angeiine rorter, tale Angeune
The petitioner asks that one third of said lands he
set to said Angeiine S. McFarlane and ear third each to
said Asahel W. and Charles 8. Porter.
Said petition will be for hearing at the aext lei at ef
said fjourt, to be nolden In warrea id said Uouaty ea
the 13th, day of March next.
HCTCniNS at CTJRTISS.
jaa 17 1855-Sw. Attys. for Petitioner.
CHANDLER SHOP. The snbscri
ber announces to the eitiseos of Warrea, and ths
publie tn general, that he has established a Chandler
Shop, where he intends te sasnufsi tars Candlea, Soap,
and superb article ef 8aaaagea, which will always be
bb hand at Wholesale aad atetail prices.
lLfThe Proprietor eaa at all tunes be found ea
Market Street, one door west of Vau trot's Jewelry
Store, Warrea, Ohio.
IQ The highest price, ia Cash, will he paid for
Tallow and Lard. . ;d 13 - A. L.C. DAT. Agent,
NEW CARRIAGE SPOP.
Tb snbacriben voold respectfall-' Iiifortm tbs
citimens of Wureii and ljolninc Towns, that thy
Iut opetcl & Siaop oa Libcrtj 8u, betwtrc Market
and ftswijlr., where all who are In want of Light Vara
Wagon 434r Light dnrablw and Fashionable Carria-eT
can oe acoommodatetd withoat the riik of being inarc4.
Ilarin- worked nearly twenty years la the beet ilHrpa
In New Knglaod and the Middle States, we feel confi
dent that we caa ftre all who may call apon s perfect
aatisfactioB as to Price, Quality and Durability of work.
We hare hare been patronized since we eniaMnced
with that liberality that has far exceeded onr expeeta
Hon ; and judging frota th vact we feel cttDfldent oj.
future success. - r .
We would return our sincere thanks for the aatresage
we hare receiTed.-and will emiaTor ia fctore to do
aach work as will merit a ooaUatuaace of the aaae
. 1 . PAISTI5G AND TRIMMING1
Done apon the Most reasonable terms. We wwaM ia
tte all who are in want of anything in onr line to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Warren, Not. 15, 1854.
EXTENSIVE iiniincrj Exhibition.
The subscribers keg to inform the ladies of War
ren, that they hare reccired a splendid assortment of
Bonnets, Ktbbone, Bilks, Lawns, trench r lowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimatiags, 4tc Ac-, which we are pre
pared te seU very chesp. Those who will faror as with
a call, will, we trust, be amply repaid for their trouble.
aprW t. E. 110YT a CO
SCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Store and
Tin Warentjrie of B. P. JAMESON a Co.
April 19.-4. -
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Combs, Brushes, Gin snd Fancy Trunk Paper,
fly nets. loer Malls, Alicant Matte. Ave, at
Jane 3. PATCH a ALLISON'S. '
PURE CREAM TARTAR aad Super
Carbonate Soda, by ' B. A. SMITH 4 Co.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
LIQUORS (or Medicinal purposes, and said to be
the beat in town, at may 31 PORTER a Co.'s.
1 AA OZ. OF QUININE, jus!
JLvrVy wed and for sale at lew figures, at
JrOttTKB St Co.
WI HAVE FOR SALE on commis
tion. one ef Emory at Co. s two-horse power
Threshing Machines. T- IL MORLEY at Co.
SOLE LEATHER. A prime article
for sale at E. E. H0TT a Co's. Some of that GOOD
TEA, Java and Kio Coffee, Seedless Raisins, Bice, 4te
last ree'd at o. NL.Main StreeC
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
50 Quintals Codfish ; 10 Gross Lyon's Katharion;
to bbls. and half bbls. Mackerel, just receired at
nor 81 DUN LAP a STEWART'S.
'TiATK LEAVES." This beaudfnl
' 1. Historical and ReSgiens game Is seiliog at
aha y a , ss predicted. Also, "Ida stay," -Ida hor
Btan,'Tbe News Boy," aad all ths new works of the
'day. - td 13 1
Tll. S. WEST, Proprietor of New
TV ton Fall's NURSERY, has jnst reunited from
the TTpper Lakes with a variety of Brergreea Trees,
which he offers for sale on reasonable terms. -
Those who wish for Erergreen Trees, Fruit Trees.
Grape Vines or Shrubbery, srs respectfully reqaested
caU for them before the ground becomes frosen, er
, i m tne cptiug, as ae inicwis id visit taw tipper
Lakes agaia as early as the middle or April.
Newton Falls, Nov. tH, lr-il-tf. - -
A CARD. H. PECK of Warren and
JL A. S. Buiwiu of Mercer P-, haring associated
Ihemselres together under the naaic of Psra aad Bvm
wkll, for the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile
nosiness. RMpectfnlly announce to the people of War
ren and winciiutr that ther hare boafht the entire
attack of Merchandise nelonring to B. U. J?scK,of "War
ran iM-ygoon atore, ' and will couunue tae nasi nets on
the aaaia as heretofore. We respectfuly solicit, as we
tend to merit, a liberal share of public patronage.
mta BcawKaa. -
Haring sold say an tire stock of Merchandise fn MThe
Warren Dry good 6tore,'to U. Pkck aad A. S-Bcawatx, I
Ink efsteaare iai-ecmaie4Tjdiug them tomy friends and pat
ranawdwenhi solicit fonhrta the same liberal patronage
that has been exid to BjrMlL , . A. H. Psca.
Jun. 3d. '
WDOLEN GOODS ARE DOWN.
The evidence can be had ia the prices of Cloths.
Black and Fancy Cessimeres, SatinetU, Tweeds, Red,
Orange, White aad Printed Flaaeele. A so peri or qual
ity of 10 os. heavy twilled do- Blankets, and a variety
ether Woolen feeds, at the
janS WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
FOR SALE. A very desirable JT
Hoasa aad Lot ea Prospect Street, in the"'
aorthern part ef the village of Warrea. Hoe so new.
Apply soee to II. B. REEVES at the Empire Store.
Warrea. h.v. 8. Ic54-tl.
Eighty seres ef Wood Land, situated ia
township, Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
Jan 17 '55, Oasklll Howse Saleoe.
FOR SALE OR RENT. - -The
Furniture and Fixtures ef the OttklU House
Salooa. For particulars inquire oa the premises.
jaa IT '55, . M. McMANCa
"OTICri.-All persons indebted to
an, by Bote or book account, vrltl eeaser a favor
calling at the GHskill Uoase, and -squaring up."
after the 15th of Fehraary, ail notes aad accounts
will be left for collection. M. ARMANI'S.
DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
Scotland, at EJiaiiurg, upon his return from his visit
tne un i tod elates. Also, HEUl.il and Dr. DUf'
eoritrasted, y Kerers. for sale pt
Jaa-17 8 A LOW IN f.
1 TEACHER Or rTO-
1 IIS riA."IU-F'lftltTV-
k GUITAR. Whole
sale and Retail dealer
In Piano Fortm. Melcdeons. Guitars. Violins. Accor-
deous. Sheet Music, Instruction Books fur diHerenl
instruments. English and Italian Guitar and Violin
Strings, and all descriptions ef Musical Merchandise.
Piauo-Fortes, Meludeons and Accortleona tuned and
repaired, and all work warranted. Seaond-hand Pianos
and Melodenns ukeu ia exchange for new ones. All
Instraaieuu sold will be delivered free of charge. ke4
ia order fw one year, aad warranted for any length
eftimc. Granite Block, Liberty St. Warren, Ohio. .
. March lfi, Ui-t.
ArEL0DE0XS.-A new lot . just rc-
-a ceiTea carnart s best all sites, rear new
Pianos just received, and aa many more will be opened
In a few days. I hare new aa elegant assortment ol
em aim new llanos, Melodeena, etc., ate.
Call aad hear, at 8. T. POVBROY'S
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN.
fine toned. Mahogany eased Organ well
adapted for a small Cbareh or the Parlor, is now fee
sale at a very low price, at POME ROY S S
Sept. 90. . Mutie Store.
AUK SEAT PIANO AND MEL0-
DE0X STOOLS, just rreelred at
SEVERAL very superior new Pianos
just opened at POMEROV'S
S-rpt.JiUj , Music Store.
FEW MEL0DE0N8 TO RENT
new oa hand. S. T. P0MEB0T-
PIANO FORTES. The following
comprises in part the stock of Piaae Fortes bow
In my Ware-Room : ... Prices.
Three fl Oot, Rosewood, ease plain tables, each l 5
' . 6 . ,. 300
Twa -!.. .. fancy - " " 325
One " v - m m extra finish 335
6V pfatla . .- . . SSd
6J " - t round corner 875
G " extra large scale S7S
Twe 7 f plain tables, round cor. 350
' 7 earred Rose tables, each 45
Nothing ran surpass the richness of tone, beauty
and finish of the tats last-named.
One second-hand good toxic . l-0
. - . - - 1UV
The ahore hare all aeea recently selected by myself
at the Manufactories, aad are ia every respect superior
A liberal discount will be made from these prases for
t7a. - -
All Pianos delivered aad guaranteed to suit.
. Warren, Nov. , lf54. ' 8. T. POME ROY.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
PRESENTS. Those who are intending ts make
their friends a real SKsstawrisf and valuable present
during the coming Gift season, cannot fail to make a
Bice and satisf-tctory selection for that purpose, if they
will take the trouble to eall and examine my large
assortment of superior Pianos and Melodeoos, and
ascertain the low figures at which a really valuable and
fine toned Instrument can be obtained.
Pianos from S 100 to S304. Melodeons from $15 te
tSOO. S. T. POMEROx-
Warren, Nov. IS, IP54.
TILE DULCIMER, ' ' " ' ' ' '.
. . ALPINE GLEE SINGER, ' '
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK
COTTAGE GLEES, ae.
Jast receired at POMBROT'S.
CARHART'S MEL0DE0N IN
STRL'CTOR a new supply at - POMEUOT'S.
Aug. S. -
dfVNE SECOND HAND 4 OC MELO
DK0N, rery good tone, can be bought for $ 30, at
BASS VIOLS, Guitirs, CUronetts at
Violins a large supply just received by
August z. fUMEBOI.
CO ME more of those Second Hand
KJ Pianos, jast receired at , POM ROT'S.
August x. - -
'T'HE GUITAR. We publish the fl-
-a. lowing from was. Hall at Son's UTerttaesnent ia
the MmMitml WtrUni Ttmum: "With the groat aad
increased attention now given to the study of music, ths
present demand for this beautiful aad graceful Instra
ment should not be a matter or surprise. few years
ago it was quite a novelty te hear a Lady er Gentleman
play the Goiter, but the popularity ef the instrument
has se greatly increased, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretentioa. but at least one ef its
members ntuaUer among their accomplishments that ef
playing the Guitar." William Hall a Sons are making
a very superior article la that line, aad their instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate. We have
those of their make, and also, the German and Spanish
Guitar, from $3 to $30 each - Also strings of the very
oei quality. a. T. roil a HOI.
Warren, July 19.
0METHING NEW ! CARHART'S
MELODEON INSTRUCTOR 1 This Is aa in-rilo
able work to those learning to play the Melodeon. It is
a large, neatly bound work, presenting a series of near
ly Sou .Indies being a complete and progressive method
ef instructing for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
To this is added a very valuable assortment of Sonrs.
Duetts, and Trios. V) altaes, Marches, tiuick Blcps, Pol
kas, dec.; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Elfin Walts, Pert March, Gertrude's
Dream Walts, Gipsy Polka, Iroa Boots Quick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from William Tell, Thau Hast Learned to Love Anoth-
Lilly Dale Song and Quartette. Jamie s oa the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrie, Family Bible, ats-, all
There are nearly ! good pieces ef Music in the
Book. Prices i,uu. It wilt De sent bj mail to any one
sending $i,w and 4 postage stsmps
warrea, April r. inae. - a. T. roanttOI
TlfETRONOMES, or time-keepers,
JL with and without a bell, for markitir cm mi
res, for sale at rOMalwiTj. rry Mae is Teaener
should hare one. May 31.
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POM E ROY'S. The Halleluiah, Cythara. Chime,
Young rolks' Olee nook; Doaworta's Brass Hand
School; Amataer Organist: Johnson's System of Har
mony, Ac-, etc., all Taiuable works.
Warren, Norember 1, atut.
TT'OSTER'S "SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
JL A large supply jast received. Thit is jast the
Book that little clubs ef Violinists and Flutists want.
aad ws are happy to say they are beginning to find it
out in this section as they hare already doae ia the
Eastern states. Vi e are prepared to furnish them as we
do everything else at the New York retail price, $ 1,00.
Orders by mall promptly ailod. . T. POMfiBOY
May 3. '54.
CARHART'S MELODEONS are the
V best Beed Instruments in the world. A fresh sap-
piy just receive! at roMKKOH a.
(GUITARS. A very respectable arti-
cie can now Be bought at ruJLEJtux s ror M3 30.
rIANO STOOLS. Plush and Hair
-A- Cloth Stools, a fine
at; else cheap Cans
Seat do., at
. - v. FOJAEBOl'S,
PORTABLE Musie Stands, at .. ,
. - may 31 POMK ROT'S.
T71NE TONED 4 KEYED IVORY
JL TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought at
roMEito i S Jlusic store ror a U!a others in propor
tion. June .
Zdndel's Melodeon Instructor;
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
Biirgmuller's 44 . ditto
Benini's Complete and Abridged ditto : st
June 7. . PQMEBOY'S.
rPHE Seminary Class Book ; a capital
JL Singing Book for Schools aad Private Classes. .
- 8. T. P0MER0Y.
Cottage Glees, a new supply, at
- - - Jua 7 POMEROY'S.
DRUMS. Fiddles and Trum-
at - - - POMBROY'S.
Dodworth's Bxass Band School ; a
splendid thing, for jale by P0MER0T."
VLOT of elegant Flu Unas, from $8
to $35, jurt ree'd at jan 7 POMEROY'S.
C 00( MUSICAL TERMS, a com-
trtvf JJ piete Dictionary, for sals by
Jane 7. POMEROY.
TUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea
tise on tuningand repairing Planes and Mela Icons.
Price 50 eta-, at POMEROY'S.
May 3, '51. -
"TUSIC FOLIOS, at
1X May 3, 'ad. -
BEST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3, 54. . POMEROY'S.
G OLD Violin G Strings, at
May 3, 54. P01
PRIVATE SALE of a valuable little
property In lrdstown Tranbutl County Ohio,
Mtttaining about 76 acres ef land, of which 1y acres
woodland and the rest is arable Iaad tn a high stute
f culture. The iuproreoients consists of 2 conveni
ent Dwelling Hoafes. and a brgand well but It Barn,
and other out-huidings, 3 wells of exeelitsot water w th
stone pnmps, there is also a yomog Oroliard of choice
fruit. This property is worthy the attention of any one
wishing a nice and comfortable home, it is ia sight ef
the pUnk road, and 4 miles southwest ef Warreiuanal
adjoining lands of Mr. Heslrp, Mr. Hainselman aad
ethers. Any fstrson wishing te Tiev the property
ill be cheerfully shown the awme by calling ea the
subscriber residing on the prtmisee.
Jan. 31 55 S-r '
f EGAL NOTICE.
lJ Joaepk C. Thompson.
i Biusw. Auama,
The Defendant in this acuoa Is hereby notified thai
the elevjMith day of January A. D. 1P55, we caused
order of Attachment to be issued agaiust him the
said William Gashnsur. by banroel Pansier a Justice el
Peace of Bristol Township, in the Coanty oT Trum
bull and state of Ohio, for the suss of $171,63 aad coses
which said Order has been duly sawed and returned and
said ease adjourned for trial, to ths 1st day of March,
v. io4 one e clock r. st- ef said day.
J. C. THOMPSON1.
SILAS D. ADAMS.'
Feb 14 '55. 3t
fJ-REAT MEN Jt GREAT EVENTS,
a most attractive book contalnine Sra) paces.
feaBdsomeiv baand with 3UO engravings, and we oiler
them at surh a law price, that ererybady buys them,
almost without exception. We hare received a au-ae
numiierawdeaa furnish them, to be eoM a ram at the
publisher's lowest price by the 111 eepies. at
jam. ao, . ADAJIS' Book Store i
13 UTTER AND SOD A. CRACKERS. !
-J We have ma te arrangements with the DuOisisoti. I
Cracker Factory, by which we are rnaatsntly receiving !
their celeSrated Crackers, sad which we offer to Dealers !
at retail, attire lowest rates.- Warranted the belt,
tod Chraprst tn the market. I
PINLAP STEWART. 4VS Market M. 1
premium carriage factory.
J 0K TUE CAAL.--The ,r jy-x- j
subscriber has now on hand, sud will at
KIAOKS, BLOOIES and WAC.0X3 oa hand, ef- erery4
11 -1 I I . n, ... 1', K.
descrintinn. atvle and rrade of i-riccs.
His experience in bujiiiesn.and the extent of his shop
enables him to furnish any ilen-riptlon of work ia his
Hue. on the ,hortest possible n-tice, whether it be the
pattin-upof a splendid il.ir.Ol CHE, or the eemmsB
BUGGY, the materials (er wh:ch arc at all times kept oa
His WORKMEN are unsurixsseil Ly any in the coun
try, and his work shall euual .f not surpass any eat tern
Buggies and Carriages re-kiy f-jr use, will b ex
changed for Lumber. Country ProJuce.or young Horses.
Second-hand Buggiea taken iu exchange for new ones.
- CARR1AGB Till Mil l..uo siwia ou hand, and for
sale at the lowest prices.
- Those wishing any work iu my line of business, are
Invited to eall at my shop ami examine my work snd
prices, snd they cannot foil Is be pleased In regard to
hath. My shop haring become a permanent one, I am
determined to supply and suit all who like riding In an
elegant aad easy Carriage, ur the tirmer who desires s
substantial term or road una-on or cart.
Painting aad Trimming done on short notics.
ir7"All work manufactured at my shop is warrtpted.
Warren, Marsh 82, 153 IL C. BELDKN.
K. WISELL Mamifaeta-,vSOPJ
rer of Carrisies. Buggies and twJirif
WsronsrWestsideof UieJUIi-iiiin; rir- 1 f
er. Warren, Ohio, keeps on h ia-1 a large assortment in
his line, of the latest and matt improved eastern stylet,
ameer which mar be round a l.irjre lot of splendid Rock-
aways. ef rarioes patterua, a oil one, two or three seats;
a good supply of siiding-seat Carriages, several of which
are en a aew aad improved plnu, having extension tops.
beine difforent snd far suuer:or to anything ever
factored iu thit lection of cuuutry. Also a gor.d assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, l!uries. snd two-horse
Wsgoos, sll of which will be sokl as low as st say ether
shop oa the Western Reserve. By keeping none bat
the best of workmen, and professing to perfectly under
stand the basiness himself.aDd working none hut the
best material that can be procured, he reels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or price, to every person who amy favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country pro Jucr, good Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
work. - -
N. R. PAINTING am! TRIMMING done tn good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be riven to all responsible per
sons who aisy desire it. - All work doue at his msnnftc
lory is warranted.
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren. Ohio.
April Z2. 1H53. ELI K. WISELL.
rpiIE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings de
JL Morgan are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an apartment of every style
of Staple aad fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods. Par
asols. Carpeting, Paper U-uigiufs, Crockery, Groce
ries, a.... Ate.
i -They would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies' Drrss lioods. Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries. Slmrls, Mantillas, Ac-, in all
the latest and most fashiona'-le styles. Also, to their
. assortment of very superior T:tl-le Linens, Linen Sheet
ings, Pillow Case Liiens, Shirting Linens, ae.
They intend to keep their stork full at all times, ef
the best makes snd most fashionable styles, snd to sell
their Goods regularly, st the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves la he sassrssJd as long ss
they remain in the trade. - - - "
. Warren, April 19. - , - - .
WARREN SASH, Blind and Door
Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
rea, O. The undersigned, haring entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH, BLINDS and
DOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine aad Poplar, of all sues ia ass. and of the best
quality, which they will sell-ou reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture ef VENITIAX
BLINDS, in all iu branches, which we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore offered to ths publie.
- -We will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at eur esla .lijhment will be warranted,
as we use nothing hut the best quality of Lumber, snd
employ none but the first clus workmen. In our en
deavors te serve our customers, we will keep pace with
all improrements in our business, and conversant with
ail Mia styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
- We would invite sll wishing t-i purchase the above ar
ticles, to eall at our office, where we will be found at all
hours "of the day, for we shall give our constant per
aonal superintendence to toe details or our business..
E. SPEAR a SON,
Jan 19. 1853. ' 8iiccesors to Edward Spear.
riNCE MORE IN THE FIELD. The
V. subcriher he vine beeu driven
from their old euartera oa Market
Su by the recent Are, would inform
ths public that they are to be found
a Main St., in the room formerly
eccsinied by Mr. Mlltiken, two doors
from smith it Mc Combe, where they are jnst receiving
a large and . complete stock of 1 EW 0OOD3 in their
W are also constantly mannfitcturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOBS,
which they can mommend ta, crutomera at both good
and cheap. ,
Our large stock of New Oooits of Gents Pine Trench
Ca If and Morocco Boots ; Fine Congress and other style
of G .tilers ; Patent Leather Shoes ; Slippers ; Dancing
Fine French Qa iters of Tarious colors and Dew and
beautiful styles; Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
aad Shoes, Buskins, and fn short, every variety ef this
kind of goods which could be desired. Also a complete
atock of Misses Gaiters, Bootes, Ba skins and Slippers
ef various style and color-, torether with a full assort
snent of Boys' and Youths' Shoes, both fine and coarse,
and all kinds of Chiidrens Shoe.
TO SHOEMAKERS AVD OTHERS!
Particular attention is called to the fact that our stock
ef Leather, Findings aad Bhoetnakera' Teelhaa laeaa
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Ieather,
French Calf, American ditto. Enameled LeeAafrer, Kin,
Morocco, Ka.1, liubberClotiis, Linings, Bindii gs and
Findinrs rrenerally,inclnding Hammers, Pincbers, Shoe
Knives Wheels, Irons, Pe?s, liHe-Nails, Zine Kails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and dad filers Thread, Bristles,
Lasts a large lot. Boot Treee, and a general aaeertment
fall things pertaining to the trade.
Bjemembertheplaee,Ko.6,Main St., and yonvrillnot
' icgret giving ns a eall. W. fc B.CRA5A0K.
Warren, May 17 54
PLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma
king and keep conatantlj on hand the following
popular Plows :
Long's Ho. 1, Corn Plow.",
de Ko. 3, Sward do
do IS'. 4t do do '
- Star, de 1 do do ;
" " Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double, do
Bub Seil, - do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
repaired on short notice. -Jan.
19. T .11. M0RLKT ex Ce. -
EA. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt,
Bro. a CoO HO. 5. MAIS STREET. WABREX,
0. Dealers in Drurs, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, ae. Also, a fall
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Tarnishes,
Brashes, Ac. Sole agents in the place for the ssle ef
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer s Cherry Pectoral sad
sther popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions as
turately snd promptly put up.
STOVES, TIN WARE, . ttc. THE
KIXO OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson a
Co., with a aew and elevated -veo tA. largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Talley, elevated oven, Clinton, elevated
even. Premium, eleratca even, Ohia Frenusua, and
Woman's Rights ctove. ' .
BP. JAkTESON & CO., continue to
aaaoufactara Cheese Tats, of a ae and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters, . -
Eave-troughs pot apon short notice, and warranted
of good material; aiso.all kinds of Job Work done in
good style. - .
Warren. March St, 14. .' - .
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are aow making thiscelebrated Plow. Those
whs have tried it, say it sarnaiseas any other kind ef
plow in ase. Several vrrcmiircie hive been awarded it
at State and County Fairs. T. H. MORLEY a Co.
JB. 19, 1854. J
FARMERS I WHEAT is worth-One
Dollar add Fifty- Cents per bushel. Will yea ate
a poor Plow, whea at Morl-y's Foundry they keep a
good article, snd warrant thein.
March J, 1854.
rPHE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
JL T. U. MORLEY a Co., will do better work than
any other Plow in the State of Ohio, except the Michigan
voaoic new. . . y - mar. 5, M
STOVES, TINWARE, &c. New
Shop ea Market StreeC Those whe with to1
perchase things in his line are invited te call at
the shop ef B. UOLLlNUti WORTH, at Crarowre's eld
stand, 3 doors betow Empire Hall, Market eu. where
tneywlll Had a large assortment ef stoves. Tinware,
Japanned-ware, Britaania-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
acmes, sm Hollow were er all kinds, unsay and Ueeua,
Call at HoUiagsworth's before yoa bay. Job-work
and repairing doae on rearniaile terms and with ee-
epatcB. IHlbLl.TtslUKTil at FITCH.
Warren. October 11 'ii
THE GREATEST Side Splitter of the
Age The Chronicle of Pi ocrine This Book em
braces sketches of amusing scenes, incidents, and
characters of Georgia aa.-l 1 wanna, by the author ol
Masor Jones' Courtship, at
Y PAINE, . M. D Has returned
V T s from his visit to the Eastern Hospitals, snd
win resume kis praetieo as Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice and residence as rone rty, oa Uigk Street, Warrea,
Ohio. Dee. i7, '54-
CRYSTALLINE tfc VARIEGATED
WASH atl.rjt, Brown Windsor and Transpartn.
Soap la cakes and ears, a&d Colgate's Chemical Oli ve
Sosp. For ssle st
May 31. PORTER a Co.'s
GOOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
Mow selling for 85 eeots per yard, at the
W AKRhN htki GOODS STORE.
FRANC0NIA STORIES, BY J ABO B
ABBOTT, at ths
JJan3 X EW T0BK Book Store-
GAGER & WARREN'S MARBLE
WORKS oa Liberty St.. a few rods soath ef the
hank. Th. ehhteas ef Warrea anl vicinity are re
quested to give us a call as 1 aiaaiiue ear stock ef Ital
iaa and Vermont Marbis. as we nave .as ef the largest
stocks ia this country. All sorts ( Marble Monuments,
Tomb Stones, Spires and everything in ths Marble Line
amy bs fused at eer then, snip in the reentry caa
be furnished with Italian M tr.de (rent S te S anoims
thick, at prices as low as they can set it East with traae
portttioa added. All ier.ii-i wishing Anything ia the
above line wiMde well tegivens a eaiL
N. B. A great variety of Kariry Jobs for ehiltrea
kept eu haml. ; L. F. OAUKH. -
Jaa. J- lfot 1 . J. ICWARahM.'
fUilAN B A RETT'S PATENT
B-XtT CK'.MP. The e:id-rrue t are sole ageata
fur tne i'maiy of Traiuanit. U is warranted to eriiap
the touirhest p.sea ef Leach-r in w. anaalse, wlHCh It
lre-Urntlt taxes an hour o.- m-K- to do the taat piece
of work. It stands without -a rival We would reee l
fully eall the attention mt or friends ef the craft to
th- Wifeee. Do not for,-- tlie p'-tre. Sit. tea. Main Sw.
Warren, i. - .1 13) JA. Jl -CJ-NSBLL ai Co.
.rpiIE C HIMK ,Th(7 great Sininrr
.L. Hoik of the se-m. a nutTco of tfhicb. w;l he
sees la aaethev eolueie, hws t t: i-een received in large
eavtntity, at ADA5U' BviKsTJlii:, aad ia svlug
ptdr. - 'd IJ
BOOTS SHOE ?, an l Leather at the
irti-t.-l EW YOTK 'TORE.
HE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
the larret. cheapen and hert selected stock ef
GROCERIES AND YANKEE NOTIONS
la the County, was awarded to Dcwtar a SrraBT, wae
J.'.T .V"")'!'. VL"!.
offered to the people of Old Trumbull. Purchased ernes
the great decline in prices, which enables them to .ffer
the following programme efKstables, Drinkable, Wear
ablesand Fancybles, at rates which will astonish poli
ticians. Know Nothings, etc. all of whom with the rest
of '-butnaB critters. " are invHetl to attend the show,
free-gratis far-nothing, children half price, aua uspee)
the stock, roasisuaf in past ef . . -1 - . c
10 Boxes Raisins. 50 Bag, Rio Coffee.
50 Roa4a Soaps. . ' 10 Packets Java do.
So- assorted kinds. SO Chests Tee, ail prises.
TOO dos. Lyon's Kathariea. 5U Bart Pepper.
ztt Bxs Long Nose Pipee. 100 Mats Cassia. -
CO Dags Alspice. ... SO dee. Scotch Ale.
10 doa. Jars Pickles. 50 - London Porter.
50 Bxa Sods Biscaiu 500 M Cigars, ail grades.
50 bbls. Butter C rackare, SH bbls. C C Sugar.
Ill - Water do. . SO - Powdered do. '
11 " Sugar do. 1 Crasltsd de.
10 hhds. N. 0. Sugar. ' SOD gro. Matches.
SO bbls. U n lane -t. . ' ' 50 Balls 5s a Ss Tehacce.
W " I B Syrup. SO - " Faacy Brands, do.
50 doa. Gemma Meerschsasas. CnoeohUe ; Cocoa ;
Ui - tad Pepper sad Cuiaaaoa; 10 boxes store of that
Fountain Starch, the niceat thing sen ; Corn Starch,
Tapiocca, Farina. Ac. for Prtddiars ; SO Bowes -Stemna
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; Si gross Pint sad
K Pint flasks l X gross Wicker Flasks ; Almonds ;
Ilrasil Nuts, Filberts; Peccsus ; English Wstonts;
Pea Nuts ; Citroa ; Zante Carrants; Prunes , Seedless
lL-vitins; Cut-aad-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Br.-ndies ; Wines ; Rum ; Gib and Whisky, by the bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Notions. Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Memorandums, die, all of which
is offered to the Jobbing Trade BA small advance frees
New York prices. We hare sot the arses er I pace to
enumerate our stock in fall, but rest our plea on ths
hope that- "YOU"- will vau, ass, sot. and finally, h
the second place, seventaentkly, ws beg leave te sab
scribs oerselves "Truly Yosm, . . - .
, DCNLAP STEWART,
4 f i MmrkM Stmt.
Warren. Nsr. 1. 1854. , : ......
TkJEW LYME WATER CURE.
X a The abXTre stetfri.4amiDerri stfll continue In swe
cessful operation, and is ahoat to commence upon its
fourth season. The largely fot-reased numrer of pa
tients treaxed at the establishment the past year, and
the large number of cures effected induce the subscri
ber to believe that ao place atTrris snperior adTantages
for treatment. The abore ectabltshment is locatsd in
New Lyme, AsUtabtala County, Ohio. Terms from srx
sa eiclit dollars per week, according- te i-om token
aad attention given, payable weekly terariably: for
enmi nation, and ad rice for those that de not stay at
that ears SI ; for exsrai nation and writen prescriptieej
Air home treatment $4. P. KES M. D. Propieiirw
Xew Lyme, Jan ?th, 5,i-3m
rp0. THE DANCING PART0F
-1 COMMUNITY. Ws would respectfully eall their
attention to a splcnded let of Gtvr's Gai-rxss, wsrrsnt
ed te fit any kind of a foot; which mast be sola, ar
gives sway, call soon and examiae.
jan 17 SS; .. , . JAa. McCONSBL at CO.
DISSOLUTION. The partnershiji
heretofore exlnfngletweem the subscribers se
der the name and style of 8. a C- stMer isthis day dis
solved by mutaal consent. The noese sad accents et
ihs late firm, are ia the hands of Sasaael Moser tat
settlement. - SAMUEL. MOrJAR.
Warrea, July $4. 1854. CORMJIL1US MOsER, .
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The unrterrirsoe, of the lass
firm of S a C MOSER. hat this day associated with him
Michael Moser, for the purpose ef centiaaing the Mer
cantile basiness st the old stand, nader the Basse sad
style of C. a M. Moser. They respectfully invite
eontiueamee of the patronage se liberally extended at
uue arm. -- ttnustiti nusta.
Warren. Jury 9S, 185. -
THE SPACIOUS Salea Rooms of E,
JL B. HOVT Ac Co, Ne.-t. Mala street, offers great
Bargains ta aroaa uiotns, ssttaets, B.aeancky Ja
Suauner Geeds, (Prints of the yieeiel asaa.) Sheetings,
nieacnea aaa arewa, tnsa itiaeas, aaa aoaae rery bk
Muslin Collars. - apr
170UND A POCKET-BOOK contain
JL ing quite a sum of money and papers, which the
owner can hare by eal ling at the Mew York Book Store,
proving arepertj' aaa paying tor this advertisement-
Wavrrea, jjiot. xz ,. . ju A. A. MAiaUn 1.1.
pARPETING.Royal Wilton, Brut-
-v seis, rnree rry. Ingrain, tjottea ana Hemp, as
Venetian, at the
apr i -Tl ' ' NKW-TORR STORK.
T7RENCH MERIN0E8. the lareest
X and atoet complete of colors la town. Also Ce-
bargs, all wool Gala Plaids and DeLains, Muslin d
Barges and other Dress Goods by the piece er yard,
the . HEW YOBJaSTOKB.
Oct. 4. .
DINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
toe ume.j rAwn.An.li e saim l at.
Oct. as, iti54.
V-, V-, v- i -, . t . A . yM . t
I Li vi A V-io ie juuttliArt are now re
L eeiving their FALL STOCK OF 60ODS, emhrschif
s very large aaeortment In sll the depaitmtnts of their
trade. Toe goods have beea bou;ht al ths lowest
prices ef the depressed market with the special refer
ence to tne srsisasjer er times, and will be sold a
eerdlrvly. For Qoods st lew prices rnqah-e st the
let iij . EMPIRE 8 TO SB.
500 Lighu 7x Extra QoaHtv. at - - - 3
5(100 " . SxIB - - . . . sv
1000 " 9x18 ! . , ... te
1UW - 1UX1S - . . ale
utoer sixes ia pru portion, uraers ror Blinds asd
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
equal to toe nest. r auaAJU et BAlUi IS, Ag is.
Warrea. Ohio, Dec. 7.
A CHOICE SELECTION of long
and sqaars B roc ha and Bay State Shawls, sold
Jaa 3 WAK&EX DRY G00D3 STORK.
i'TTELP CASH-US U' -, v-.
-S Jl Slow custoavera, and all ethers swing as
atone j past due, are respectfully Informed that they
maerpaf-as. We sell ear sosds at cash pricecaad
expect cash for them sometime. A word to the wise
samcient. ' toct sfj PACBABP a BARNCM.
rHTW FIRM ! NEW GOODS 1 1
A.V The subscribers sre now reeelrlnr a tares and
eesiraoie otocs. or rtLk asd tuilll mnjUS, te
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be offered st prices that will defy all
somretition for rtorff-aar, or in exchange for Produce.
approrea credit on snort tune will be given.
narrcB,uct. to, l&M. c. ot At. MOSEB-
A SHORT DIALOGUE ON PL0WS.
1 1 Jsnasr. Neighbor, what Plow do yoa as I
Sad fntr. Well. I have i. Lone's No. 4. and
several other kinds, bat Morley's Star Plow seats them
1st Farmer. I nmat go to Warrea and get a Stisr
now. (Uoes te Warren and returns la coarse of the
rarstsr-naJIo, Seighbor, what have yoa ait
1st Fsratrr. One of Xorley Doable Plows. He ears
oeats tne star now, ana no mistake.
J'srstsr. Cant be possible f hot f ft does, I
fl buy one. f Exit Sets Shrttsrs. and trw ft. Ptrmm
aW.e Double Plow proves to be the best ; m fact it does
better work than any single Plow eaa do. Thia we gnsr
tse. or no tale. T. H. MORLEY f Co.
ttpni u?t. -
FARMERS ATTENTION sThose of
yoa who wish te sew any Spelter Wheat, eaa he
sappiieo. wruiwit vanuuts and new species or aram
calling soea at the Moaros Mousey. Winser Barley
iwr swu oaty can aiwj oe naa. n
Warren, sept M, 1&54. - -. AUeUSTCB6RAITXB)
T ACES and. Embroideries. HonitoB
Collars, eta, te which the avsentioa af the tofls
invited, at taer . (aprau) .asw-YURK. SaOBJC
fTAA PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
(Jjyj aalc cheaper than the cheapest, st the -
VTEW YORK STORE. :
i.1 PARKS WENTZ, are now reeeiviag their
.sum iuii Btoca ot SAI.L. ana wrwvBa a sal as. aournt
sines the hue DECLIN E IN PRICES, to which they
Invite the attsntiea ef their friends, fanner patrons
and the public simply resaarkiug that they are ssvsa
ss taseeaOLP. . seatin.
SILKi BONNETS. 8 cases Silk boa
nets, which srs worth the attention of ths ladies.
vet.,. 9EW lUKn. BTUHE
TEST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
XJ " That bis lot " has this day arrived.
PACKARD A BARNUM.
A CARD. We do not mean to offend
any body, hut we must have our Notes sad As
wan to settled, os we wiM be .bilged te leave team at
squires voice lor collection.
arrea. Nov. 1, . JA3. BhCONMELL.
Q000 FEET CLEAR, DRY, PINE
fJWWVArjMBRR, IK, 1, aad incus, thick.
suitaoie ror saso, Blinds asd Doors, ror sale by
Oct 25, v PACKARD BARNCM.
"TRENCH MERINO ES, PARAMAT
TAS, Coburrs, Mohair. Lustres. Alnaceaa sod
lasumercs, selling ax reoncea prices, at the
jan J w AlUtE.t DRx ttUODS STORE.
SILKS 1 SILKS! A lare quantity
aad variety, oomprising kixh Lattred Black. Pktid.
hiripss snd tiaaageabls. Aiaa, a variety ef Beaaet
Silks and Sutinaancanes than ever, at the
jaa J MAfeUlelSi DRY GOODS STORK
BLACK and Colored Cloakin? Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard aids Black Silk Yetvet,
Cloaks. Mantillas, ae., st the
jan 3 WARREN DRT OO0DS STORE.
CPANLSH MOSS by thebaic or lb.
Alcove ITars, Silver Terretts, Fan piste Creeeent
Harness Triaunings, best quality Spurs, aad Seaasias
PATCH a ALLISON'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes,
Lew and Trace Chains. Breeching Loops. Brass
Silver Gee) Beine and Chains, Carriage Kaoee
Japanned, Silver Brass aad patent, at , .
Janet . fAiCli st i -SOS B.
TT NO W-NOTHING PAPERS. .
Flag of oar Csion.
The American Crusader.
Golden Ball. - -
Waverly Magaslae. " 4
G lea ton's Pictorial.
To be had st
W. lS-Snt.' "
PORTER A Co.a NEW DRUG
STORE. The proprietors or this establishment
pleasure in announcing to the publie, that norwrth
standing the late fire which destroyed a Urge portion ef
Goods, we are arain open and in full operation, at
3, Market St., Warren, 0 where we are daily re
ceiviug Fresh Drugs direct from New York and Phlht
delphia. which we are offering for Casn st prices thai
caiiuot fail giring satisfaction.
May 34. 1664.
TN. DOORS AN D , OUT, Or View$
fruss the Chimney Corser. eleeaathr iUustratad
eeapieae ia 1 vwL liile price $luo. a lew copies last '
aeeeived at , . . A 0AM A.
T BALDWIN'S MRS. : AN,N g.
a. STBy eye Caoiwlete Geiee to Cretthea ,4 ra
cy Knitting, suitable far UeUaiay Giftfv rise 0
IM0THY SESI). A, few - Bushel$
W prists seed lar by
. - tuti.Tuw ce wuaittv.
ATtUELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT-
iiloae't Ointment, just ren' sad for sal at
HP --4 '-.' E. A. SMITH C.V.
TVJATIONAL HOTEL. A. Chapman.
1. v Preprietor. east side Public Sqaars. Warrea, O.
'pAGTr HOUSTrjy Oeorge T UmBr.
JL-J Market street, Warrea, u. fifth Soar east ef the
Bank. ' .- r mar S
DOCTP.- J; DAVIS Eci
srtaa aaa Snterev Ufjioa ia I
rutcne x bts-
i hlshols' Hat tiers.
stain street. Warren. Ohftr: - - - - - -Bdortis
Pbysiriaas will rn,i s faffstoek ef Ecleetls
- Medicines far sale b, Dort, Davis at ass ae.ee alaee.
? (nwv xS-yJ - -
7M. M.JEAMES, H.D., PhysidarJ
- I I Sarmve aad Dentist, Wiudlatat. Portage Cev.0.
i net &-9t 00) , - .
AMES JACKSON, Physician and
BurgMB, ofBce en Snrt!i te of Market etrecrt, few
stairs Q four doors Bast of the Bank, Warren, O. apr Se
DR. S.JsESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Sui ge.u, BioomSeld, Traashan CsO. .
tTTi W. T0WNSEND, M. D.; Homeo
X-J. psthlc Physieian, Office in Satltfa Brisk Block,
Bear the American Hotel, Warrea, O. -. .. ,. spr 1
T0HN B. a-JUUAN.IIiLBMON.
H if Physicians and Burgeone, entos Berth aide- ef the
rnbitc Sqware, warreny j. - - - - eetxvy
j. nutu, a. s. , w. w. tAXtrau a. a.
LT tfc T. W. FARRELLy Physieiaaa and
KJ Surgeons. Oftice and residence ea Liberty St.,
soath ef the Bpiecopal Church, Wsrvwa, 0.
W PAINE, M.:DV Physieian and
Surgeon. Fsrticalar attention jrivea to the
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and loaf Diseases. Of
fice and residence ea High street. . . . mart -
ALBERT PERRY, Atiorney at Law.
Special attention g!Tu to e9l!eet1oa, and ttie
nrosecution of Pension aad Bounty Land trlsima.
Warren 0. , - ja S5-ly-il
PHILO E. REED. AUorncj at Law
Warren, Ohio. Office over New York Store -
ALLEN O. FULLER, Attorney at Law
Office over 8mitha at McCbBbs Store. Corner
Brocit, Warren. O.
Jaa. tot tH. ly-
JF. ASPER,' Attorney al Law; and
Seiicitor ia Ckaacarj . V" aires, Trnmbsjl Co..0v-
D -D. BELDEN, Attorney and Coon-:
seller at Law, ever Smith a MeComh'e Store.
aeraes'MsiB sard Market Streets, Wart on, . aew lPy-aq
TOHN M;STULL; Attorney at Law,"-"
fJ aaklGeiienlColIsoaaref Hsmeand Fere(n Claims.
OfBce over Smiths fc MeComi s" Store, Warren, 0. mar
s. r. Borra&s.
HOFFMAN A RATLIFF, Attorney
at Law. OfBce oa Line rty St., Warrea. 0., eppe-
HU the Court Hoasa.
w. a. taoov-rr'-
& 'COX,' Attornrnfif0
' T EGGETX
Coansenors at Law. Office sear If user's Store,
, Market street, Warren, (K- -
torn mrrrwiirs. s. r. CGSTiaa.
HUTCHINS A CURTISS, Attoraey
at law-. OfSeeoa North Mahs street, near thd
residence of John Hutchins, Warren, 0. aug 1 af
. . ' T ' 1 - -
.. . aiLTes arrrtirr. ace. a. leivua.
SUTLIFF A TUTTLE, Attorneya ati
and Solicitors in Xhancery, Warren, Trans
hall coanty. 0 still continue their business st their est
eaVe, ea High street, twe doors west af ths American
Hease. ' ...... mar
B P:7AMES0N A Co., Dealer
s Stoves. Ihrpper s-i-f Sheet Irea Wars, T a,
CheeseTsts. ac,. No. 10 Main St., Warrea. 0. avsrSS
E SPEAR A SON, Mannfaerorers of
Sash, Boors and Wfndew Blinds. Fastorr est'
Market Street, East of the Banlc, Warren, 0- jaa toy
BELLOWS A MORLEY, Manufactn-j"
X? rers of Plows, Cultivators, Ac. Shoe east of Tty
lev's Warehsnse, os the Canal, Warren, Q. - sspJOeT
JOHN J. GUNNING. Carriage and
Wagon Shop, oa Pine street, midway between South
and Market sea.. Warren. . --- 1 -asar
. ' L. MORLEY, (saceessor of J.
-..a.. ataeaeayi wsoawaae ana nacail uiaisr isaara-.
srsre. Cutlery, etc. Warren, Ohio
E0. T. T0WNSEND, Cabinet and
Chair Makes. Sirard. Traotball, Ca-'O- Cefitaarn
BBtde and delivered ea the shortest aotice. FaBeralA
attended without extra charge for Heeset . - : aa$s-W
H.; MORLEY A Co., Manufaetii-w
rers of Stovas, BollM Ware, aad Castings eeao-
rallr. Fouodry ea the Canal, east of Taylor e Ware-
house, Tin Shea roar doers west af she thvok, Warrsn.-;'
Ohio. Sep 39 at
H0LLINGSW0RTH A FITCH,
Dealers la - Stoves. Tin Ware, Janaaaeel Ware,
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, sad Hal
lew Wsres of sll kinds, st Cranage's asd stand, 3 deere-
Empire Ball, Market street. Warren. O. mar t
R A. A. 3ALDWIK,. Wholesahr
. aad Retail Bookseller. 33 Mala Street, a fsw
aoers soath af the Poet Office, WawisavO. . . awv 1) c
JULIUS; VAUTK0T, - Manafactarea
and Dealer la Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, markat street, Bmpare-.iT
Block, Warrea, 0. Watches careroiiy cepairvd and
warranted. - June
PATCH A ALLISON, Dealers in Sad
tilery Hardware, Cavrute Trimmings, and Maasr
sacturers of Saddles, Bridles. Harness, T ranks, Tails es,-?
Main street, Warren, 0. - - .
TDDINGS. A . MORGAN, Dealers ia
. A Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, Ate, at the Stgra ee
i she stair, Steve, Warren, O. . , . ,
C"V M. MOSER, Dc-alers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods, Ilardware, Groceries,
Qcriswavre Beoaa, ' Bboeaj- liata. Caps, licatdr Made
C aothing, afcc, eMarket Street, Warren, 0. " ang
P ARKS A WENTZ, Dealers in Fori
sign and Domestic Dry Cesds. Crock try. Beets,
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Ready Made Clothing, ate. always cheap
for ready pay at the New-lark Store. . .
ALTER KING A SON. Dealers
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated sad
Brittaaat Ware, Lamps, Piutcy uods, Jtav kio.9, Msia
street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks aad Watches
carefully repaired aad warranuui. xuatV
PACKARD- A BARNUM," (Succes
sor to Warrea Packar-1.) Wholesale and KsaaU."
Dealers in Foreign, and Aiuericaa tUrdware, Irea.
Paints, snd Carriage Trimmings, at the " Xali Btici."
Warrea,0. j - , ' i , , -,,
CoTinitfesiim ttrfnts. k-v
ApTS. TAYLER, -Forwarding and
X'JL. CsmmissioB Merchact, and dealer in. FleeavJ
Salt, Fish, Plaster, act, Wartsa. Ohio. -
E. LEFFINGWETiIsj Forwardine
snd Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Bare, Fish, Plaster, Ac, Ae., Warren, 0. mar 31 tX
STEVENS A Co.,' Commission Mer-T
chants. Dealers la Butter, Cheese, SaJeratas, Fisf,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Noe. 14 and 16 Second
Street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, 0.
Rsrsmssrss : Dickson, lliirft a Co.; Wilshirs, Bris
tol, ae.; Jeha Swasey at Co.: Swasey a Wise I Hssvi
ssa a Hooper ; Sennet a Dudley, and Merchants gen
erally. .", ? f
0SEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in
Bishop a Child's Melodeoos. Mr. Baaeldlaa
keeps constantly on hand the best Melodeene, which he
will furnish st manufacturer', prices, st Farmingtoa,
Tmmhall coanty. 0. lnatrtrcoon. given gratis to par
shasers. Repairing and tuning done with neatness sn4
diss ale h,' -; ;. . as-aj
AWS, RHOD"eS A BARR, t3ene-fali
FrxMittce Cosunission MerclleAts, Ko. ICS Weet Ce
Inmbae SC, Cineinnati, O. (Castotners ear the Rsiw to
are referred to J. M. Brown, North BleomfteM.) ayraw
j. w. SstooKw. acr
BROOKS A' THOMAS, Fashionable
Tailors, reeaaa ewer Kiraols' Hat Store, Mala lt-w
Warren, Ohio. Particular attention paid to cutting,.
Bad vmrranssd to at If properly saaae ap. ; fsk
CATTLE POWDER !-Breinin-, Fron'.''
field a Ca.B Cerebrated Yh stable Cattle Powder
teostantly en hand and lor sale in large er small cuae-
sby the subscribers, aha are sol. Ageata far aais,
N. B. Neneareeeaaiaeanlesspi'jeBiiiil ef -Va
March lrt, lsix U C. M. MOSER, Agts,
rvOORS, DOORS. DOORS.-Tw On-
-A tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We ean furnish
yea with Paaei Deere ef ail styles, a great deal cheapo
than yoa can make them bj hand, (and aa good if a.k
better.) Callaaa axaovto. "er were aad prices; vwer
will be salted with koto, A liberal discount to w-isle
sale traders. E SPEAK 4 VX. t
Junvt . . ,z
ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
MEDICINES. Aver's Cherry Pesters!, and Or-1
Dad's ladaa Caolaffogwa, er sale by . .
May 31. - PORTER 0a. '
"CO R SALE. TLe
X aad Lot, si tasted en soath ;ide af Hlgf- mill ssd
east side or the one aew occupuat by Dr. w st. Paine.
For partlelars sppb to . - . -
Ja;.3f , , ,r K-P. MICK3CH.
PACKARD A BARNUM hare
1 reaa good sHttatncg Horse Shoe aaa. 'I
Norwegian -Si.-l hod,
BassBxi, Sweedes i"en. . . i.!ii--i
.. JHul.tta ll- i-aisrei 4.
5S " Sleigh Shoes Stees; 21 C -
f 10 Seus ft-ntf Sjrir.gt.s4sor(ed. "
t-J " Common and Pstent Axlae. '
-C.U u u-.al, at tlie lurrest aad ohieet Rar lwara
Store tn the' West. dT J'ACKARB BAkXTM...
CbCHINEAlt, Cudbear. M..iriate 0t
Tin, Ohetaia (or Oeludnr nrens4dvsssaSa f
every description. Fee sale lew by
JHay SI. PORTBst a Ce-
pHE LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
.L or pictures ef Pa!e.tii.... Atta Minor. Sleilv, an.l
frjats. Bavard. TsUir s l.-i work, fee usid.s lust
recited ,t j.tli'A ADVWS.'
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