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iEDWAHD U. HOWARD, ..
t M. BISlToP, PatsrsB- '
f itklj CireaUtioa Orrr 2103 Copifi,
: ' ad aemstaacly laersssiad. -
TEEMS Owa Dwixa Virrr Crwrs In s.l ranee.
TaatwUMtf wM la daleysd tilt afterta ex-
plmtiss sf thre. avonths.
JtJ.ll. aspac dlesrtinued an til all mmna art
fai-Kep at th. .ptisa af the Publishers. .
KATES OF ADYEKTIEiKO.
Twelr ltnwa, ar lata, en Insertion.
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M each aUUional Insertim,
"weir flat, wr Im. threa months, -.;
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Taeaty-iaar .iaea, three months. -
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Arejeietarewtkjaeem-at the rate ef tftfaWr-
Addreea Crda, Inaerted for th.rar.rt l W per line.
JOB PRINTING.
aritif "m en aeleeted asaeroaent af Jeh Priatlof
aaalii e aieiawad te eaccuat la the ee-rr heat
kiadA af piai ana iukj omk ana
' errw a ' ' '
eheek oa. BUI Head.
JasUees' Buutks, Lawyers Blanks,
Ctrewlare,
Haadh
Ihill. Faaiphleta,
OaMI
Show Bills,
Certificates.
Brsrta,
Hi lie.
tore Bills,
Bank Checks
Bills ef Lading, ,
Baanka Reearpts,
Oemred Priating.
Ball Tickets,
Manifests, etc
lafacterery thing dene in the ahape ef Printing,
am k prices as cannot fail ta suit, and en the shortest
wetice. We keep eenetantly ea hand s esrefalrr selee-
aa4 assortment ef Card and fine Stationery, from which
mass ia want ef Printing can select.
- "
; Javsttcea and Constables' Blanks,
Wllu.ru. MORTOAQB J- OCIT-CLAIM DEEDS.
- m-, , ar, t - rw. -
Caaaaui an anad sad far sals. ,
Ceaatantis ea ease ana rer aaje.
JntES-Abont en o'clock on Wed
edT morniBSr. the 28th lOSL, the brick
btlildincr On tte tJOraer of LibertV" Rlld
SoOth S reet. known BS the Old QuigleT
- -
Iioiise, was diseorered to be on fire.
The!
mlarm was sounded and the fire eompa-Bj-
with" a large crowd of citizens were
soon on the ground. The fire seemed to
bare originated in the upper part of the
building, and the roof was soon is flames.
Some delay in gelling - the engine at
work was caused by the severe cold, and
H waa feared that the fire would extend
long the sheds at the back of the house
and communicate to other buildings.
Thereupon axes were brought to use. the
lower part of the frame posts cut off, and
the shed julled down and hauled away
by Mr. Stephen Burnett's team of horses,
which was unanimously Toted to be a
earrital book and ladder company. As
ooa as the stream from the engine could
be brought to bear upon the flames they
were soon subdued, and the fire confined
within the brick walls. v The garret and
aeeond story were pretty well burned
oat, and the whole bailding completely
tirencbed with water. - Streral poor fam-
ifies occupied the building, and have
thus been summarily ejected. - The loss
to Mr. iGriswold, the owner, is covered,
we anderstand, by insurance in. the C07
lumblana MutuaL' .It bas not jet been
diseorered how the .fire originated.
We bare a complaint to make of the
crowd who gathered about the burning
"building, and that is, that they seemed
inclined too much to stand and look on,
while some twenty of the fire company
and citizens were pulling and sweating
at the engine brakes on the canaL On
such, occasions the men at the brakes
should be relieved erery few minutes.
Double the amount of water could' then
be thrown and no one would be exhaus
ted by the labor. . ' .
TsRRXBLX Accidekt. At tLe fire on
laibarty Street, while Mr. Truman Brock
way was engaged n ith some other per
sons" in getting hot lye from the ashery
fc flie purpose of thawing Jhe ice in
and about the' fire engine, be accidently
felt into a cauldron of iha scalding fluid
which bad been boiled down till it was
exceedingly strong. -He fell backward
into it. in a -wttin? Txjsture, and was so
sererely burned that his life was consid
ered ia danger for a daj or two, but we
re happy lo learo that be is now in a
fairway of recovery.
Tbi WutMR. Strange to tell, our
sleighing, still continues. "The "'oldest
inhabitants" can hardly remember the
like." . . "'J .' ' - "
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.,
acice is herecy giren, that the subecriher has
aaaa appsintrd and ausliOed as eaeewtoc an the ataas
f hue sf Oasurn, Tnunbull
Cssnty, deceased, lmssd at Warren, this aineteenth
ay af February , IBii.
Jab.l 17. , CCKTIB P. SHELPO".
'U WAGGONER'S ESTATE. No-
I lie Is hereby gireau that the subscriber has been
paointsd sad auslified. as adaiuiistrator en the estate
f AkAl srsg rower, sate at wsatnersBcat, tramtmll t. o
ill 1 aaaai d Dated, -a Warren, this sensseenlh day af
yrbnaary, lBiA.
-rehSlstve. JAMES KSIGHT.
ARY M. WAGGONER'S ESTATE.
Masses Is hereby giren. that the subauiiBet has
i apgl inlsl and eaaJihed, as administrator ofl th
sill 11 sf Stsry St. waggoner, late af w. mar rald.
TrwtasaU s deeeaaed. Dated at Warren, this serea
ascttth day ef February, 1855.
Feb zlet TJ6. JAMES KSIGHT.
OTICE. The copartnership of John
aw Weeks at Uo- is this asp ey asntauu eoaaent
All persona indebted s the satnefirmarc
ssquastad te call immediately and settle.. Taos by
bask account, nay Is John L. Weeas, snd those by note,
eyas A. Wents. JOHN L. WKKKs.
Fab. lh 'si. -- A.WsTZ.
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Hoties. The subscriber will continue the business
sa aeieeufarr at the eld stand. A good Mock of cloths
ao ready sssde clothing, and also a good assortment
ef hats, and cans, constantly en hand.
Feb. tt, s5. JOHN L. WEEKS.
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
Cennty.ss. Court of Common Pleas.
Margaret asckfeUer,)
- ea. - Petitieu for Ihrorce.
- - IhsTid KoekfeJlrr. )
The 4esenwant. Barid Bock feller, will take astice.
Chat the said Magaret Beckfeller, on the twentieth day
wf FeWuary A- Is. 1855, filed her petition In aaid court,
skins; for a di roree, sad alleging as a caase: 1st,
ailfal slisnrtiT " r Sd. gross asc
set sf -. Aad that said cause will ae for hearing
(wsnsJuss tessnof aaid Court, A. D. 1S5S.
. C. W. SMITH, Atty. for Plff.
- Few- ei, TS5-'s .
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
L.C. Jones, t
T. ' Ciril Action Attachment. -James
Fewier.)
- At any Instance n order in Attachment waa issued
sat she 12th day of February, in this esse, by U. C. Uai
hm. Bea- a Justice of the Pease of Trumbull conaty.
aVassnnt densanded Two liundrsd Bighty-Seren Dollar
ad sixer ceuu and casts. L. C. JOSBS.
rsh.ai.'is 7, .
STATE OF OHIO. Trumbull C.. ss.
Court of Common Pies
fl"-i-" ILsrmont
rs Action far dirwree Swmmana.
Beaiamin Harssen.!
The defendant Benjamin Harmon, will take notice
that ha t required ta appear and answer to a petition
died this 8th day of February 1855, ia Said Court of
Cssssao Pleas, by the ptauitilf Ruthanns Harmon.
' - Ths petition asks a decree ef dirarce on the fsllsw
tsg grounds ; 1st, habitual drunkeness for aters than
filtrse yaara. Snd. gross weelect of duty, 3d. sdnltry. ..
LEtWETt. COX. Ally's for Pin's.
Feb, 14 18SJ. i -. f j
BOARDING Persons wishing to fe
car a good piece te board, with good Aeeevims
debiowa snd sn reasonable terms, can do so by a( -plying
at this sffie. .
-VTOTICE.
is All uusssa Indebted by net or book aecona;
Is
th sate firm sf i- dt C. Mosxa, are hereby notified te
sail forthwith and aouare up. SAML'BL MOSKK.
Feb. 14 '55-tf.
FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR
LANDS. TIMOTHY SEED. The audersignsd are
sst la receipt afa tsrws lot of Timothy Bred grown in
swwa. aad entirely free frets all ether Seed.
. Fewier. Feb. 21. SS Sr P. ANDB.BWB dt CO.
TE LEAVES, the people are still
sstrckssisr, demand inereasine. to tre had at
Feb. 14th '53 BALDWINS.
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Justices
Ohio,
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& 1 () ((( DASHALL & Co.
fJV7,V "V. NATIONAL IfT ENTER
Pulse. Cjicainnf Cutii! inum
leans, imiot slb ! .
Oi ly lrO.W to h disioed of? distHbutioa f sifts to
WHat fvH, Msnrh HI, IBiS, or MOner, If the
tickets are all eld. DASUAL It CO.' beg ts assure
their fi lends th-it under uo circumstances will the ilia
ttibatioo psatpouwl beyond the abor asentioBSd dale.
an tbey hope, by euenry and the e operation ef their
patrons, to bring tic enterprise te a ewuciwstca at an
irlHrr 'rtod, lu which was dae antics will be girn.
OFFIC. M BUQADWAY, NEW YORK.
150 WO Preaeati to be girea to the pore hirers af the
larre an1 elegant engraving of the "Inaarratioa af
Ocurfe Waaluucton, President of the Lotted Stsi.e,'
front the celebrated painting of Parid Paul Laurens.
Price of earraeing (SI) One 1-oilar. wbich includes a
gift-tickrt, entitling the hol ler to a chance inthe til
i'jwir.g lirt of magnificent gifts. '
Ths raiue ef tbe aneata.a aprmio4 hya Ceaaadt-
e chujea for tiic urr-oae, ia X 1 46,00(1, as fwllowo :
A aptradfi farm en tiie liadaaa Hirer cuaa
pmwy w noasca, c ......... . .u,un
tune Kront Ua-elling and Lot en Vifth Arcfine,
N- T - 13.0M
A a-iajmificent f uld Tea Herrica, pre pert j ef the
Ute U. Van brnton 4,000
SUeer Wiae (entice... M. l.oue
The kUee llurae "White Karen" E.UU0
Coarn, llarneaa, and Horeea. a BtafninceDt et-tailith-nirt-
.
3U Scares Central Rtil-roal Stock-.... ........
SOn Pine Wetchea, Hat each
JJOO
a.tico
Hi.oro
10.OU0
VU0
too
l0
1U.WW IJ.-M SraJa and Chaiu.
Z?.:"" u"USrr'
1UU Uold Guard Chaina. ..
gnlenrfid Rair :
- Phaeton. .
Porte. Ilarneia. and ftur;y, ajilendid wfair..
1.000
An e eant eor, e. aemaru. ............ ....
Spleauid raat-aaiiiag latch, -Spirit of the
Ware"
It
4,000
The fast and trim pleasure latch, "Keening
Bird'
Bird
lean for S3 years... ....... ....... ...........
1.000
P.UOO
i,OP0
, 1,000
POO
, 1.500
. 4.000
. 3.000
(Art withont Interest.)
Roseweed Piano............ ...............
sioheeany Piauoa.... ............ ...... ..
Par in ljio ............
Parm in K-tacky
Farm in Pennsyleania
Perm in Maaarhnsew .........
SS.IMI Vols. Poems
0,000
10,000
li, (aw
1,000
acraeof C!er0.ri,"r,yReeTr..
..A "T.1-9. mgi, Statnea, sledars. Charts,
AinoIDa, ainanie Booka. and fortlutio of Kngrsringa,
I,n . gins. nie ui be diattmtea oy
cwmmittee spuointed be the Shareholders, sad for-
warded free of charge by the Public1 obedient aer-
?Eh x.rk.
0rdor f" EngrsriDgs and Tickets in this great en
temriae tr. Smilvimwiii. tmm .11 ,..-.. .1 K. Inltit
States and Canada, wnich warrant as in promising a
houU be made immeJiatcly, as only s certain number
1 trlHI n 1 1 ..tt.r. Vlh f i,. Mnn.w . n
closed, to be pre-paid, and the Kngraring and Ticket
ae torwarded irea. UAMiAi.A At tv.
feb'y 14 'oj-.'U 4HC Broadway, New York,
TIIE YOUNG FOLKS' GLEE
BOOK ! eontains many of the finest songs crer
pablished. Among them are the following:
Annie Laurie; Prima Donna Song; A Cot Beside the
Burial of Mr. Jotson; Blanche Alsen; By the
Sen Wares; Child's Wish; Do They Mi Me;
of Washinf?; Qrsre of Bonaparte; Hearts snd
Homes; Happy Bayadere; Had I met thee in thy
beauty; Ida alar; I woald I were a borasain: I re
roaming; Jamie's set the Stormy Sea; slaty Dar
ling; Katydid and Katy didn't; Lola is our darling
Lilly Dale Lilly Bear; Last Serenade; Mary of
Arryle; My Father's coming home. Mother; Mountain
eer's Farewell; No More; Oh would 1 were a boy again;
Oasian's r-erensde: On! Charming Mary; Oh! home of
cnuuriood; fauper a rnneral; songs of other days;
sweetly sleeps; We miss thee; When are the
of my yoath; Thy name was once s magic spell;
There's s aigh in the heart; We met by chance; Son?
lore; lea, I hare (ored before; lea, 'tis true thy
now ia Sleeping; She's only gone before; Why us
weep for thee; Tei, I hare lored. -The
aher songs are tnely harmonised, and almost
on of them is worth the price of th Book. It
contains oyer luo of tne best son re extant, which
east in sheet music at least J-.'i. The Book is
bound, and is sold at the low price of $1,00. A
annals just receirsd at Poseerwr's Music Stare.
promptly sent by mail on the receipt oi $1.00.
QHERIFF'SSALE. .
By rirtne of an execution, issued out of the Court
Common Pleas of Ti urn bull County, Ohio, to ma di
snd delivered, sgainst George L. Woodford, in
Kichslas J. Murphy snd others. I hare leried
and shall expose So public Sale, at the door af ths
House in Warren, in said County, on Saturday
17th, day sf March. A. D. 1855. between the hours
o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M. ef said day.
equitable interest ef said Woodford, ia sad ta th
following described tract, or lot of land, situate in
Hartford Township, No-5. in the first Bang of Town
shins, in the Connecticut Western Beserre, in ths State
Ohio, and which is also In the County of Trumbull.
is known by being part af lot ho. 19, bounded a
; nx: iSegtnaing at a point la ths north hns of
swned by fc. 8. Gilkkey. which is IS Kod east of
east, boundary line af the north and sooth Highway
east M rods, thence north 51 rods, to the south
of the east and west Highway; thenee west 7 rods,
south S rods, thence east S rods, thence north 9
thence west 19 rod, 7 feet, thence south t rod.
Wert 18 rod, to Jones' line, thence south 7 reds
rat 4 rod 4 feet, to the line of th Session
lot; thence south rods, thence west IS rods.
n. and a- center Highray. thence south along the
line cf said Highway 7 rode, theuceeast fi rods, ta
place of beginning, and contains abont 17 acres and j
rods, of land within amid bouudarys. be the same
or less, subject to a mortgage In roror or Actual
for the payments ef ene note of (169, due April
155. ene note for SI69. April lit 1856. snd on note
$50. due April 1st 157, with interest after April 1st
cam sou name was apcrxea at iihjo.
H. B. HftKMU.S, Sheriff.
Sheriff Office, Warren, Feb'y 14 '55, K7.
WESTERN RESERVE SEMINARY
OF F ARLINGTON . The Sorinr session af this
Institatinsi will open an Monday that second day af
dents shoal be present sn ths first day ef th ses
as the chnn ar then formed and s changes
be made for those who come in late.
coarse of study is euoal to that of any seminary
country, and as thoroughly taught. It is the
aim sf the Teachers to make their students
and original thiseker. In sraer ta rents the
of acquiring aa education, the Trustees hsr
up a seat ef commodious rooms sn the first floor
buiding, which will be let to students wishing
board themeelre. A the family of the Principal
reside ia the building, these sweats are very desir
able for ladies. Those wishing rocsn should apply ta
Principal soon. No student will be entered for less
naif the aeeaion- All snsdent will be charged
the time of entering to the close af the session.
deduction for absence unless the student is sick.
JAMBS GRBKB, Principal
Farming! on, Feb. SI, '5 Iw.
. ISAAC A..1 S A ACS'
- ITMOS HALL! :
sf Superior and Union Street Clereland, Obi.
is the Largest sna -Most alagnincent
CL0THrN3 ESTABLISHMENT
whole Wasters Country, and is filled with the
and Best assortment of
Bmd)r-Made Clothing;, and Farmtshiats;
: . OOO&S, '
descriptions, of oar own Manufacture, and which
warranted, to be Better Cut, bVuer Made, aad better
to the want of th Community, and is sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
lowss rum than any other Clothing In th
Stranger risitinr Clereland, will find it to their ad-
to .call at
: assjsv -a. laastB
Ttall, corner of Superior snd Union Streets.
Try look oct roa the eiANTsQf.
STATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
ss. Court of Common Pleas.
Patrick Man ran at Co., I
Vs. I Ciril Action.
.Britton, Peek . Ororer t Co. S. A f Summons.
Moser.cc E. E. Hoyt Co.
defendant Britton, Peck, Grorer fit Co- will
notice that they are required te appear and answer
before the 10th dsy of March next to a petition
this 10th dsy sf February 1K55, in aaid Court of
Pleas, by the plaintiffs Patrick Man ran dt Co.
petition asks judgment for SirOO, against said
Britton. Peck, Grorer dt Co., upon s con
tract for work and labor in constructing section 47,48
of the Clereland, dt Mahoning Bail Road, and
for an equitable adjustment of the claims of the de
fendants 8. At 0. Moser. snd B. K. Hoyt a Co., against
plaintiffs and aaid Britton, Peck, Grorer dt Co.
attachment or property ia also sought, and the
dt Mahoning Bail Brad Company aerred
noitce as Gemisheer.
LEUGETT a COX, Atty' for PlITs.
14-55- "9
T)EADY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1855.
Messrs K. L. GIBBS a CO are adopting this
in their business at Windsor. Ashtabula Co-, O.
they are selling mors goods, snd at lower prices
any establishment in their riciuity. That is so
come snd try them! They wage war sn high prices.
hare bought their goods low, and are seeing how
they esn sell them snd lire. Tbir motto ia
sales snd mal profit a nimble sixpence Is
than a slew shilling."
and see them, and they will aell you good lower
you can buy tbem elsewhere and chargs nothing
their trouble. They are elerer fellow and delight
showing roods assail times gire them a call
14 55-ly.
DMINISIRATOR S NOTICE.
Sot ice ia hereby pi fen that the u.era.fnei, res
ident in Co.Hirvofc, Asht&al, C.,has been rhiir ap
pointed cdmiiiistmor in the tate f Usal W. Bover,
Oreen Trumball. Oodeceaset.. All persons ia
dbttsd to said Btat are reqnette. to settle the sit
&cd xll fcbote hsTint; elsums ag&iiist a-aid s
taue prevent them for .tdrttlvizrent.
14 'Me-Uh, HELTIlf ALL ISC Iff.
IFrmm th Ohim Frmr Dm. S3, 1954
FOLKS FOR LOGAN 4k TRLHBULL COUNT I Eg.
iut It-vowji, of Korth Bloomfletd. Trntnunl
hi. jt pare based two of the 9ttffo)k which we
fn the Firmer s sow and a boar. Ths boar
thoroaf h bred from Stickney1 importation, and
sow was psrehaaed, last nunmer. of Col. L O. ldoa
lu. Moaoi FtnUa, Weetehester coaoty, Bi. M and
far gonm in pi. Tbey are a ir of as pars
as can b found in ths I'nited States, and are
siecinsns of that popular breed. Ths Famers
TratsHUI, who desirs aeoess to this popular breed
can now be accsasmotiated. (Feb. 7. 4w
BIODEIs SINGING UuoK.
SB dCs-BTCB or a UTLUOS COPIES 1
TUB CYTUARA.
Y I, It. WOODBURY. Since the
puMicatisn of the "Dulcimer" t the Usuine of
V i i ii a M, sue qiancr muns cpies of Air.
Wowdbury's books hare beea sold, flaeh is ths ac
knowledred excesrnce sf th Dulcimer, both in kind
quality, that it ha been made ths model for ererj
Music Bcek published since it's appearance.
it's equally esteemed successor, the Cythara, enthu
siastic praises reach as from all quarters of ths coun
try. SECOND EDITION OF TWBKTT TH0UBAXD
ready, la which the few slight err era which -saped
notice la the nrst twenty thousand ars corrected.
by F. J. HrwnwoTos, New Xerc.
'55. K1.N8 dr COMPACT. Clereland. O.
SWANS TREATISE. A new Edition
a th Law relating to the powers,' and duties sf
of ths Peace, and Constables ia ths Stats of
with practical forms, at ths
S4 SEW YORK BOOKgTORZ.
FRANCO 'I A STORIES, BY JAB0B
ABBOTT, at th .
3j " SB W T0RK Book tor.
RUTH HALL. 5th Buprly at
re. 14h'5. BALDWT58
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MARCH APPOINTMESTS.
Br. II. TCBB, Anah.tic Phyiiclan. he at h.t
reon, V arrets. U.takiU Il'-aar, ateudar Marrh, 12.
Oawei.t, ilr. Katau'a TueaJar afternooii. March 13.
Ktvrxiaa, Prent4aa Uosae, Tueadaj and Hadncadat,
March, tilh and :th.
TheeeaUlicted aith Chronic diieaaee of the lirer.
Lnn. Kidnrya or eplceu lltflainatiuna, Kieaniatitai,
AeUiaia. Bhoruets ef hi ath or difl-calu of VrcAlhin-;.
"J'l'l"'!, vrowy. He-ktneaa or fterroaa leiilii.
kleMnea9. Loaa ef Appetite. C'ltipalin- Drranre
Kent of the Stomac, n, Million AHecUe a, Urarel.
-' Sa-ell.af a, or aas long ataadla: diaeaaa, are In
Ttted to call
cautat re camctTa-no !
Dr. Tabb neither bleed! nr biiatera, nor la he
Uoueopalhiit ; henereruaea Nercnrjr. Antimony, Ar
cnie, or any ether aliaerala, aa wuJuai agenu; nor ia
he a Thonipaunian he neither ateamanoraii-earmetica.
Ha theory of diaeaae diarre froai all othra that hare
been adopted, bnt not more ao than doea hia ayeteea ef
treatment. He doea not ataae tick feauUe well, doc
tear aea-a re Aaid a;ain ; nor allay irritation ej
patcam a arith eaedyaea.
Patlenta ihonld mark well the date rlren aSera.
Our entire time hcinr pre-engared, attendance maat
aorord atrietly with pabiiabed aanewneea-enta.
An anbiased opinion aa to the probahitity ef scare
i. iw.,. giren oan-ecung ttie patient to ae expenac
- m Rwnnu preapcct el aucceaa.
salt snsrv saoicallt cckbd.
Mra. L. Bhtmigh. ef Bearer, Pa- cured of Salt Rhew
ef eirhtor niue yeara aundiug. It waa of a moat pain
ful character, cererine the entire anrface of the handa
and pertiona ef the arm and perwn Fir ft called
nearly four yeara ao. In four month the akin became
Mil and emotn, rental ne entirely free from diaeaae
tiiis tiaae. The soars case i aelrcted becanaa one of
the Birat cured in the est. and best show its nerme.
nency. Those who hare been similarly affected and
cerca reaiue in tne rictntty or nearly erery apoint'
ment, to whom reference can be giren. Cqual saccesa
ha atunded the treatment of Warn SarsLUaas,
oiTrrrm a Brasses and nra Soass, some af which
asre been noticed in the monthly reports. Ia the treat'
meut of all men, we rely mainly upon Internal reme
dies that are calculated to neutralise the acrid subatan-
ce supporting disease, and by excitiag to healthful
actirity the akin and other secretory organs, to force
nosioua excrements to escape by natural cbannela.
uence tne care i radical wuuostdenletion.aad instead
of endangering the Lanes aa superficial healing of ai
eers or "scaneiing" af humor inrarisbly does, it ser
ves to prelect and strenxthea those ritsl part. Our
remedies are selected exclusirely from the botanical
lugdom. carrtully rejecting all narcotic and other poi-
sous. They can be borne by the most delicate and fee
ble constitutions, and nerer increase but usually dimin-
lan liaoitityto colds. A w do not AIsxe Sirs: To
SIskk Weil, or Tras Doitti to Bt'iLB rr Aoftia.natienta
may remain at home and attend to their ordinary voca
tions aurtng treatment. reb y 14 ij.
VTOTICE, is hereby given that I slid!
1' expose to ssle ea the premises at DabHe rendne
on the 15th day of March 1855, between the hoars of 10
A. M. and d P. M. on deferred Dsements sf two rears-
the following described farma, sad real estate situate ia
the township of Vernon, Trumbull county. Ohio, under
sn order of ssle issued tome as guardien of Timothy K.
Thompson, by the Probate Court of said County.
One aeice of land lying about half a mile North of
the center of said township snd bounded a follow:
Beginning at a point on the north and South center
Highway, in asid Vernon, at the South-Jisat corner af
land of Lucius lloicomb. snd running thenee South
slung aaid Highway aerenty roda to the Xorth-Ksat cor
ner of lands of Thomas A. Thompson ; thenee West
slong the North line of aaid land of Thorns A. Thom
son, three hundred snd thirty-fire rods to a stake snd
stones, at the south-west corner of said Timotliv tr
Thompsons landa;thence north on the east line of lands
known as land of late owned by Granger, snd on th
west line of lands of said Timothy K. Thomoson. aer.
enty rods to the south line of Isuds formerly owned by
Perry Sheldon, and now belonging ta said Lucius Hoi
comb; thence running east alone the south line of aaid
lands or ttolcomb 32U roils to the place of berinninr,
containing within aaid boundaries, one hundred snd
forty-three acre and forty fire rod, known as th
hours tead farm of aaid Timothy K. Thompson.
Also sac tract of land situate about one mile west sf
renter of said Vernon, boa tided as follows : berin-
nine at a point on the Highway leading from the center
Vernon to the center af Johnson, at th south-east
corner of John B. Thompson's lands snd running
uhtdcs norui on tne east line ot sai a j onn b. Tbomp
sou's land to the north east corner thereof shoot one
hundred and sixty rods, thence west along the north
si saia don o, inempson land shout serenty
rods to the lot line; thence north along the lot line
about forty rods to the north-west corner of said tract;
thence east along th south line of land owned by
Thomas A. Thompson about one hundred snd twenty
te ths north-east corner of said track to a stake
(tones: thence south slong th west lineSBV fends
owned by Horace Bates, and lands owned by Pin i el J.
Kattox, sad leads earned by Balsa Clark to th said
highway; thence west slong the said highway to the
place of beginning, containing within said boundaries
eighty ire and one-fonrth acres of land. Said tract of
will be sold entire or in parcel as mar best suit
purchasers. - THOMAS A- THOMPSON,
Guardian sf Timothy K. Thompson.
ByScTLtrr fc Tcttlc. Atly's. Feb 7 t.w
LEGAL NOTICE. .
The President, Ptrectors and "j
Company of the Western Bes- ( Conrt sf Common
ci-velfcuilt- . . I Fleas of Traabull
ts County, Ohio,
p. ucvrnttcK,wiaeoi EMnit-sa, i civil Action
John Battles aad Josiah Bob- I Petition,
bins, Jr. ' f
F. afeCoraiirk.a noa resident of the State of Ohio, is
aereny Brottnea taac tne piatnttas nied tneir petitian in
Conrt, against the defendants on the SOth dsy of
January askinc indirement araiastthea on two
promnory notes made by P. McCormick, payable to the
ner or komsob k tfattiea, ana eMorse. by them and
dlosiah Bobbins Jr. to the plaintiffs ; said notes dated
1st 1854, one payable sixty days after date, for
750, and the other payable serenty days after date, for
with interest on said notes from ths time they
became due, and costs of protest
An order of Attachmont was issued, afraiast the prop
erty of P. McCormick. The plaintiffs, will take judg
ment by default against said P. McCormick, nnless he
answer by the 31 si. day of March,
UUTCUISS dt CCKTI99.
jaa 94 S&, w. . Attys for Pills.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Matthew B. Marker.
Adsnnit-trator of Abijah
Tyrrell l'd
s.
Gushass Turnner, Mary A.
Tarnner. Robertson Turnner,
Kaomi Tyrrill, MenriUs Tyr-
rili, Hoyt TyrriU. Boswell
TyrriH,
Waotai Billiman, Abijah Si Hi
man, Lorinda Bartholomew,
Abial Bartholomew, Celeste
In the Conrt of Com
mon Pleas for Tram
tmUlConnty.Ohi.
Mackey.aod Mary A. Prindie J
The said Hoyt Tyrr ill, and RosweB Tyrrill, are noti
fied that the said Matthew R. Mackey has filed a petition
AdmiDistrator aa aforesaid, arnstthe parties afore
said, mads defendants to recover of said Goaaom and
Robertson TwrDBcr, the sam of six hundred and svrea
dolktaTS, aad ijntevest thereon, being the amount of
legacies by the said Abijah Tyrrill, dee'd to ths
Hoyt TyrriU, Boswell Tyrrill, Naomi Sillimaa,
A. Turnner, Lorinda Baiolomew, Celeste Mack
ey, and Mary A Prindie respectirely and of the-expenses
said Administration, and the sale therefor of certain
of said Abijah TyrriU, decd devised by said Abi
jah Tyrrill. to said Gnshom aad Robertson Turnner
to the payments aforesaid. The said Hart
and Boswell Tyrrill must answer said petition
ths x4th day of March lttSS, or judgement will he ren
dered against them by default.
8CTL1FF A TLTTLK, Attys. for PBTs. ;
24 1855. Ow. -
GAGER & WARREN'S MARBLE
WORKS on Liberty 8U a few rods sovth of the
The citissns of Warren and vicinity ars re
quested to give us a call and examine oar stock of Ital
ian aad Vermont Marble, as we have one of the largest
in this country. All sorts of Marble Monuments,
Stones, Spires and everything in the Marble Line
be found at our shop. Shops in the country can
furnished with Italian Marble from 3 to 8 inches
at prices as tow as they can get it Bast with trans
portation added. All persons wishing anything In ths
line will do well to give ns a ealL
B. A great variety of Fancy Jobs for children
on hand. L. F. GAGER.
Jan. 3. 154 ly J. K. WARREN,
LOMAN B ARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole stents
the County of Trumball. It is warranted to crimp
toughest p.ece of Leather in twm wumutt, which it
frequently takes an hour or more to do the same piece
work. It stands without a rival. We would respect
ea?! the attention ef our friends of the craft to
subject. Do not forget the place. No. SO. Main St.,
Warren, O. d 13 JA8. McCONNBLL dt Co. .
HO-DE-NO-SAW-NEE, or the
Leagues of the Irquis, by Lewis H. Morgan,
esrrisponding member of the JSew York Historical
Society, of the American Ethnological Society dec.. An
book of &U0 pagesand beautiful amps, for sale
ADAMS BOOKSTORE. As well as a few more ef
cheap family bibles. jao24 '&,
SWANS' MANCAlZ Fwirth Edition
just imblished, new and revised, and adapted to the
practice. A complete guide for Bxecutors. and
Administrators, just rceived by express a large supply,
the ut4 NEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
SPIRIT RAP PINGS UNVEILED.
An expose of the origin, history, theology and
philosophy of creation, alleged conunatticatious from
spirit worm by means oi spirit rapping, meuiums
writing, physical demonstrations, etc., with illustra
tions, by Bsr. IL Mattistio, A. M at
Jan. 17 , BALDWIN'S.
rpHE HOISERY Department. Panic-
alar attention is paid to this part of our business.
and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find a i most
anything they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
Fancy Colors, Cashmere, Slate Brown, Black and
Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Hall
and a large quantity fur children,
36 n0Tt COj
FOR SALE A House and Lot, in
the Tillage of Warren. In an elligible sita.rt.on,
Washington Avenue. Lot is medium else, llotss
commodious, containing S Rooms. Price. $300.
Inquire of J. F. ASPBB, Atty at Law
Sw-O-ow
EARE CHANCE FOR A BAR
i GAIN. Ths three story Biick BuiHinr.
a tbe"Ctty Hall," 1 offered for ssl,on
i
terms, ss 1 wish ts lea re this neck of the wooas a
as possible. jan 17 'ii, U. slsMAhl'S.
TYPES OF MANKIND. or Eihaologr
ical researches based upon the ancient moaa
ments. Paintings, Sculptors aud Crania of races, and
the;r liatural. Geographical, Philological, Bibhcal
ly J. C. iMott and Gee. R, Gilddon. Price
A few oopies just ree'd at ADAMS,
17
JOHN DDWUNGS History of Ro
manissa, it's doctrines and ceremonies, it's politi
cal and religious machinery, it's popes and counceU,
intolerate Spirit aud ararderous practices, from it's
to the present day at, - BALDWIN'S
CAMPH1NE OR PINE OIL, and
Burning Flaid, far sal hw ;
jsnSt'sa. B. A. IVITII k Cs.
ATY COURTSHIP and ii's coase-
A. ejueneea, bj WickoS, just ree'd at
84 '35, ADAMS.
SWAN'S MANUEL, 4th and last
edition for Bxecutors snd Administrators, at
24 'ii. 7 - AUAstg.'
HUMANITY IN TIIE CITY7by the
Her. B. II- C Unpin, A new sntmij at
jn34'U- ADAMS.
MY COURTSHIP AND ITS CON.
SEQUENCE. 3d supply at BALDWINS
Fe!i. Hlh '51
VLL the New Works of th times'
esn si nmsl he found at
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L TWKI.VK TEARS ! There haa been a great
IN;
deal
r r-usiag and (teaming roing aa in the towa papers,
a thing I nerer waa in the hahil of doing. 1 aniy take
thie aiinple method ef informing my aid certomer. an4
the pablie (a genera U that I hart remmeared keeping a
oi.L Grocery and Uerr Halt, oa Alain street, Urn. 41,
(the Oermati Sign.) where yea can And such grocery
artirlre tuwally ket ia each s at.re. I alto keep keep
en hand a Aral rate article of ALC and BgKH, and la
' rite aH af thee who arc friend ef the same. The Mall
la kept open erery day. Sunday excepted.
Warren, Jan. 31st, ISii. D. BISHOP.
1 VEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
X TRCalBULLCOUKTT.OUIO. Thealer;rned
are irwnariu( to publish ss soon as is compatible with
accuracy, a uew and complete map of Trumbull Coun
ty, entirely from actual surrer. The surrey will sll
' mad by experienced Enrinesra. All the public
reads snd locstioaa of dweilines. ftUces sf Werahip,
Post 00tees,School Houses, CMsntySiwes. fletels. Mills,
dte., arete l-e shown.and the name of owner of pi op
crtr will also be insertel in their places in the style of
Maps of Erie. Ontario, Lirinrston. GeBeee.aad Oswe
f Counties ace. du., in Kew Tork by the same pub-
slaps of the principal rilare in the cssnty wilt be
Inaerted in the margin. The whole will be plotted to
the seals of I inches to ths mile ss ss ts mass a
Birrs and ornamental nxap to be engrsred snd dclirer.
e i. uautomeicoioreu ana dollars per
"'I'- . "' ' Vo.
sswsinwa, t-nilaacipnasnu M-ry. Jan. 31 36
XNEV HARDWARE STORE.
- A Im HORLEY,
osccrssnr so ames w. sfrooaa, weaier in uaanrraas.
CcTutT. I so, Naiu and Otass. when stall times
can be faml s Urge and raried assortment of llouss
rtment of lloust
Trimmings, carpenter s Toels, are.
Receired this dry snd now opening
do. White's Cast Steel Axe.
4 " Bearer's -
1 " Hay Knires. good."
5 Pittsburgh Gun -barrels.
4 M RomiBgton's
30 Tons Pittsburgh Iron, assorted site.
59 Bundles best Norway Kail Rods.
Warrsn, Nor. 1, 181.. A. L. M0BXIT.
naring this dsy sold my entire Stock of Hard wars
to AY. 1. AIoklst, who will continue the business at ths
old stand, I tak this method wf informing my old
friend and former patrons that I ahall remain with
Air. Moslst, where I ahall be happy to see them ss
asnst. - - J. o. brooks.
Oct. 30. 1854. . nor. IS )
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Darid Ilaynee dt Edward B. Drake. 1
Executor of William Knight Dec. I In Trumbull-
rs. County C
Thtmss II. Wolfe, John Wolfe, At I mou Pleas.
Giles Clark. Defendant. I
Th said Thomas M. Wolfs V- Gils Clark are notified
that the said plain tils on the &tth or Norember, 1854
filled in said Court their petition aetting forth among
ouier tning tnst certain tanut ot tne said jonn and
Thomas Af. Wolfe, bare been sold in certain proceed-
in js by the said Giles Clark in the aaid Court against
in saia l nomas n. ana Jonn iron to sstisry a decree
therein had against them and that after satisfaction
thereof, ther remainsia ths hand of th Sheriff a
surplus of money, belonsinr to them jointly of more
than four hundred dollars, and that the plaintiffs in e-
tain proceedings against said Thomas M. Wolfe, com -
menced in said uourt by attachment on said lands, duly
recorered a judgement against him st the October term
of said Court in U454 for the sum of one hundred and
eighty seren dollars and sixty two cents ($IH7,fci, and
costs ef suit te be taxed, and seeks ths application of se
mncn or said surplus as may be necessary, to satisfy
said judgment. The said Tltomas M. Wolfe aad Giles
Clark, mast answer s-iid petition, by the 31st day of
Nircn inod, or jnigemsnt win ne rendered against thei
by default. 8UTLIVT dc TLTTLB, Atty. for Plffs.
Jan. 31 -rSS6w
CHANDLER SHOP. The subscri
ber announces to th citissas of Warren, sad ths
public in general, that he has established a Chandler
-!r,d:r.l
and superb article of Sausages, which will always be
en nan o at r noieaaie ana Ketail prices.
FT Ts Prsprietor can at all times be found aa
Market Street, ona door west of Vau trot's Jewelry
More, warren, unio.
Tr? The hiehest nrire. la Cash, will be raid for
Tallow and UarU. ;d I3J A. L. O. DAT. Agent.
XTEW CARRIAGE SP0P. .
X" The suHscrihers would respectfully Inform the
eitisens of Warren and adjoining Towns, that they
hare opened a Shop en Liberty 8c between Market
and &mth, where all who are in want of Light Farm
Wagons or Light durable and Fashfonable Carriage,
can be accommodated without the risk of being shared.
In New Enrlaud and the Middle States, we feel con ft-
dent that ws eaa giro all whs may call upon ns perfect I
satisfaction as to Price, Quality and Durability of work.
We hare hare been patronised since we coo
with that liberality that has far exceeded our expects
tioa ; and judging from ths ftt we feel confident oj
futurt nieces.
We would return our sincere thsnks for the paftonsg
we hare receired, snd will endearor in future to do
such work as will merit a continuance of the sans.
PAINTING AND TRIMMING
Done upon the most reasonable terms. We would in
rite all who ar. ia want of anything in oar lias to call
before purchasing elsewnere.
CARRIER it BURROUGHS.
Warren. Nor. IS. 1854.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscriber beg to Inform the ladies of War- j
ren, that they hare receired a splendid assortment of
Bonnets, tubbons, silks, Lswns, rrencn i towers. Dress
and Mantilla Trimmings, see, ate, which we ar pre
pared to aell rery cheap. Those who will farorns with
call, will, w trust, be amply.repaid for their trouble.
aprze -a. si. mill st CO
C CRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
sr tor any qnanutw oi scrap iron, at tne store ana
Tin Warehouse af B. P. JAMESON at Co.
April 19. '54.
HORSE CARDS, Carry and Mant
Combs, Brushes. Silt snd Fancy Truck Paper,
Fly nets, Dowr Matts, Altcant Mans, etc-, at
Jane 3. - PATCH ALLISON'S.
PURE CREAM TARTAR and Super-
Carbonate Soda, by E. A. SMITH Cs.
4 - FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
XX LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, snd said to be I
the best in town, at jmsyxij poktek at Co.
0Z-0F QUININE, ju-.t recei-
1U17 red and for sale at low nrures, at
May 31. PORTER at Ca.V
WE HAVE FOR SAtE on commis
ion, on of Emory dt Co. two-horse power
Threshing Machines. . T. U.M0RLEY dt Co.
July .
fw i'fithvr A nrim. .1.'
FPJ. hSP&Z F"1?'
K7 forsaleat E. E.HOVTkCo'a. Some of that GOOD
TEA, Jars snd Rio Coffee, Seedless Raisins, Rica, Ate,
hist rec d at a. w l. stain street.
tTsNE HUNDRED
p.. Ifown,. . I
""s s
Jf 50 Quintals Codfish ; 10 Gross Lyon' Kathsrtoo;
bbls. and half bbla. Hackers 1, just receired at
nsr 81 DUN LAP it STEWARTS.
F.ATL LEAVES." This beautiful
-S J Historical and Beligiou game is selling st
ADAMS', as predicted. Also, "Ida May," -Ids Nor
man," The New Boy," and all t ha new works of the
dsy. d 13)
7M. S. WEST, Proprietor of New-
r T ton FaU't HURSERY. has jnst returned fro
Upper Lake with a raricty sf Erergreea Trees,
which hs offers for sl on reasonable terms.
Thoss who wish for Erergreea Trees. Fruit Trees.
Oraue Vines or Shrubbery, ars respectfully requested
call for them before tbs ground becomes frosen, or
early in th Spring, as he intend to risit the Upper
Lakes again as early as the middle of April.-
Mewton Falls, Nor. 22, lttt4-tf.
A?
PECK of Warren and
8. BrawKLL of Mercer Pa baring associated
tbemselres together under the aame of l'ara and Bca-
srvLb, for the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile
business. Respectful it announce to the people ot war
ren and rincinitr that ther have bought the entire
stock of Merchandise belonging to D. II. Pcck, of "War
Drvrood Store." and will continue the business on
same as heretofore. We reepectfulr solicit, as wt
tfnA ta swassi-i t ss liVaaravl tihai-m) rtf ttiihli Vhatrn n&n.
""""""""""'" I- - r- " - I
naringseldmr entire stock of Merchandise In The I
Warren Dry good Store."to H. Fsca and A. S.Bubwbll, 1 1
epleaare inrecommending them tomyfriend snd pst f
ronsandwouid wiicit forthem the .am. uiei patne
that haa been extended to myaelf. B. H. Pecs.
Jan. 3d.
WOOLEN GOODS ARE DOWN.
Ti. i.i kui.i,.i..rrMI.
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinetts, Tweeds, Bed,
Orange. White snd Printed Flannels. A superior qual
of 10 n. heary twilled do. Blankets, and a raxiety
other V oolea goods, at the
jan S WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
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Hons and Lot on iTospect Dtreet, In the
northern part of the Tillage of Warren. Honrs new.
Apply soon to II. B. REEVES at the Empire Store.
Warren. MoT. t), lPM-tf.
170RSALE.
Eighty acres of Wood Land, situated In
Township. Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at th
jau 17 'S3, Oaskill Hawse Salens
"OR SALE OR RENT.
Th Furniture and Fixture nf the Oaskill House
SalooB. - For particulars tauoire on the premises.
jsn 17 '53. M. McMAXCS.
"VTOTICE. All persons indebted to
s me. by note or book account, wri II confer a faror
calling at the Gaskill House, and "squarinc an."
after th 15th of February, all note and accounts j
will be left lur collection. at. Mr MAS CS.
Tin-
bef.
DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
Scotland, at Kdinbarg.upon his return from his risit
the United States. Also, BEDIM and Dr. DCFf
contrasted, by fcerwan, for sals nt
.)aa. 17 BALDWIK' .
DISSOLUTION. The partnershij;
heretofore existiag betweem the subscribers ss
the nsme and tyl of S. At C Moser is this dsy dis
aolred by mntual consent. The notes snd accounts al
late arm, are ia th hand af Samuel Moser foi
settlement. . SAMTEL MOSER.
Warren, July SI, 18S4. CORN E LIUS M0SE B.
CO-PARTSERSniP. Ths undersigned, of ths lall
rm of S dt C M03KR,ha this day associated with him
Michael lioser, for th purpose of continuing the Mer
cantile business at ths old stand, ander the name and
style f C. dt M. Moaer. Tbey respectfully inrit a
continuance of the patronage o liberally extended ts
late arm. CORNELIUS MOSER.
Warren. July 9. 1854.
''PHE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms Of E.
X E. nOYT At c K. s. tf.j. ,
bargain in Broad Cloths, Satinets. Kentucky Jesns,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the feasts li'sd.) SbeetiBga,
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and ssme rery nice
Muslin Collars. apr 2d
FOUND A POCKET-BOOK contain
Ing quite a sum of mosey and papers, which ths
.wner can hare by calling at the New York Book Store,
proring property snd paying for this sdrertisement.
Warren, Nor. Si, 154. R. A. A. BALDWIN.
G'
REELEY'S WHIG ALMANACS
for lr-SJ at ADAMS.
Also Oerman Almanacs by tbs Ores. eb7, I
SKETCHES OF THE IRISH BAR.
KJ by Richard Sailor Shell, M. P. All of war legal All
tntlma should read thi work. 1 rel elth. pne
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hesutifully bound sad elliranllj Illustrated. 5w
Edition of these works, by the IKrpert. iust reccir
3,S,st Fe-. Mill ADtM.-.
IHusieal gcgarhntnt.
O T. POMEROY.
O. TiACnr.R or sen .
TUB HI ANO FOBT K J-JEt'. 'Jf 1
At Gi:i TAR. Whole rnj-Vtfe-71
sale snd Retail dealeri IT J
in Piano-Fortes. Hele-leone, Guitars, Violins, Aeeor
desns, Sheet Music, Instruction Rjoka for different
instrnments, Knrliah snd Italian Qui tar and Violin
Strinys. snd all description of Musical Merchandise.
Piano Fortes, Mrlodean and Aectirdeon tuned aad
repaired, snd sll work warranted, pocond-hsnd Pianos
snd Uatoteons taken in sxrhaare for new ones. All
Instruments sold will be ildirered free of eharee. herd
in orier for one year, and warranted for any length!
i i:me. i.ranite niock. uinerty at., n arren. Ubio.
March 111, Ie54.
MEL0DE0NS. A new lot ju-t re
Ccired Car hart's best all siae. Four new
Pianos just rrceireri, and as many mora will he opened
in a few days. I hare now an elegant assortment el
Shi snd new nanos, Xlclodeons, Ate, ate.
Call an J hear, at - 8. T. POME ROT'S.
Sept. Vs
AS
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN
A fin toned, Mahogony eased Organ well
adapted for s small Church or ths Parlor, is now for
I aalealsrerr low nr ice. at POMKKOVS'S
Reel. S1. Music Store.
ANE SEAT PIANO AND MELO
DEOM STOOLS, just receired at
Sept. SO. POMEROY 8.
r,ni-in i r , .-
W& r-ttAis verv supenor new fiauos
KJ lust opened at FOMEROY'S
Sept. 30.
Music Store.
i FEW MELODEONS TO REXT
J. Y. now on band. 8. T. POMEROY
Sept.0.
HANO FORTES. The followinz
comprises In part tbs stock of Piano Fortes now
Iln my Ware-Room : - Prices.
Three 6 Oct. Rosewood, esse plain table, each S
3U0
Two
fancy .T.5
M extra finish
On
M plain 25
" round corner 37$
extra large scale 2T3
plain tables, round cor. 3j0
Two
7
7
ear red Kose taries, eacn va
Nothing can siirpesi the richness of tone.
beauty
ana nait a or tne tw last-namca.
One second -hand good tona.......... ....... .$150
- - 1UD
The aHore hare all beea recently selected try Myself
at the Manufactories, and are ia erery respect superior
instruments.
A liberal discount will be ssade from these rricM for
All Pianos detirery and guaranteed to futt.
Warren, Mot. t, leW. 8. T. POMEROY
OHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
V- PRCSBNT3- Those who are intendinr to take
their friends a real mkstmntti and raluatjle present
dunnc tne cominr season, cannot fail to make a
nice and satisfactory selection for that purpose, if they
trill take the trouble to call and examine my larre
assortment oi superior rianos and JsieloJeous, and
ascertain ths low Ag-ores at which a really valuable and
flne toned Instrument can be obtained.
Pianos from S100 to SS0U. Melodeont from (15 to
fsw. S. T. POMgttOY
Warren, See. IS. 18S4.
INGINO BOOKS.
THE DCXCIMEIt.
- SACRED MRLODBOTf ,
BACKED HARMONIST,
ALPINE GLEE 8IN0EB.
SEMINARY CIMsS BOOK.
COTTAGE GLEES. A.C.
Jnst receired st POME ROT'S. Ang.
nARii a rts melodeon in-
KJ 8TRUCT0R a new topfly at
rOMEROT'8.
Aug. 3.
r.NE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MELO-
V DE0X, Terr cooe ton, can be bought for tM, at
Aug. a.
POSIKROY'S.
BASS VIOLS, Guit trs, Cluronetts and
Tiolins a largs supply just receired by
August a.
POMEROY.
Q0ME more of those : Seconl Hand
rianos, just receired at ruxiEROl s.
August s.
THE GUITAR. We publsh the M
JL. lowing from Wia. Hall tt Son's adrertiemnt in
JUmtitol WrU sad 7'istss : "With the great aad
increased attention now giren to the study of music, the
present demand for this beautiful aud graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few year
it was quite a norelty to hear a Lady or Gentleman
play tne uuitsr. but ths popularity of the instrument
so greatly 4ncreased. that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at least one of its
members number among their accomplishment that of
playing tbs Guitar." William Hall dt Bona are making
rery superior articls in that line, snd their Instru
ment are warranted to stand any climate. We hare
those of their make, and alto, the German snd Spanish
uuitsr. trout s J to BJU eacn. Also strings of the rery
oesi quality. a. T. ruJe-Ciioi
Warren, July 19.
S
OMETIIING NEW ! CARIIART'S
able work to those learning to play ths Helsdeon. It is
large, neatly bound work, presenting a series of seal
xtw studies being a complete and progressir method
instruction for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
To this is added a rery ralnable assortment of bongs.
Duetts, and Trios, w slues, Marches, yuick Step, fol
te; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Elnn Walts, Feat March, Gertrude's
Dream Walts, Oipsy Polka, Iroa Boots Quick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polks, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from William Tell. Thou Hast Learned to Lots Anoth-
Lilly Dal Song aad Quartette, Jamie on the
Stormy Sea, Annis Imsreia, Family Bibls, dtsu, all
choic Pieces.
There ars nearly 100 good puces of Music In ths
Book. Price 1,UU. It wilt be sent by Basil to any on
sending l,no and 4 postage sumpa.
TrreB. April IS. 1054. S. T. P0MEK0T.
TETRONOMES, or tims-keepers
XtJL with and without a bell, for marking off meas-
ares, for sale at POME ROY 'a.
Erery alusic Teaeher
1lft . rlT";
"fUSIC B 0 0 K S just received at
1X POM E ROT'S. Th Hallelujah, Cythara, Cbims,
should hare on..'
May 31.
Toung Folks' Oles Book; Dodworth's Brass Band
School; A mat aer Organist; Johnson's SyMssa of Har-
atony, Jtc etc., all raluabl works.
Warren, Norentbar 1, KM.
T7QSTER'8 SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
"A Urge sunp., receired. Thi. i, J..t th.
Book that liuls clubs of Violinists and Flutist want.
we are happy to say they ars beginning to End it
In this section as tbey hare already dons in ths
saatern stales. ar preparea to raraisn tnem as w
Idoererythingelte st the .New tork retail prtce.l,UU.
Orders by msil promptly ailed. B. T. fOMEUOX.
May 3, -44.
CARH ART'S MEL0DE0NS ars the
best Reed Instruments la ths world. A fresh sup
just receired at POMEROY'S.
GUITARS. A very respeciable arti
cle can now be bought at POMEROY'S for 3 SO.
May 31.-
PIAN0 ST0CLS. Plash and Hair
Cloth Stools, a fins assortment; also cheap Can
do at may 3IJ POMEROT'S.
PORTABLE Made Stands, at
may 311 POMEROT'S.
FINE TONED 4 KEYED IVORY
TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought at
POMEROY'S Music Store for ti 13 vther in propor
tion. June 7.
Zckdel's Melodeos Instructor ;
Baker' Piano-Forte ditto ;
Burgmuller' ditto
Bertini' Complete and Abridged ditto : at
June 7. POMEROT'S.
HE Seminary ClilSi B?ok I 8 Capita
. . .
Hineinr Book for Mnools and Pnrate Classes.
Jane 7. 8. T. POME ROT.
ioTTAGK GLKEa. a new snnn v. at
J f , 71 POMKRO'
POMEROT'S.
rpo Y DRUMS Fiddles an . Trum-
pets, at
POMEROT'S.
TodoRth's Brass Band School ;
- ' splendid thing, for sal by POMEROY.
LOT of elegant Flutinas, from
S3
JL. to S3j, jnst ree'd at jan
POMEROY'S.
5,000
Jau 7.
MUSICAL TERMS, a com-
nlcts Dictionary, for sals by
POMER0T.
TUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea
tise on tuning and repairing Piano aud Melc leons
SUcts., at POMEROY'S.
May 3, 'id. '
f USIC FOLIOS, at
J.TA .
May 3, 'M.
POMEROT'S.
TDEST Silver Violin String?, at
May 3, '54.
POMBROT'S.
OLD Violin G Strings, at
Hay 3, 54. . P01
POMEROY'S.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Joseph C- Thompson.
Silas U.Adam, I
. .
William Gochenaur. j
The Defendant in this action Is herer notified thsl
the eleventh day of Jsiiuary A. D. 153. we causeil
order of Attachment to be issued against him the
William Oashaanr, by Samnel Fanaler a Justice ef
Peace of Bristol Township, in the County of Tram
bull and State of Ohio, for the mm of $171,62 and costs
which said Ordrr has beea duly sewed and returned and
esse adjourned for trial, to the 1st day of March,
D. loo one o'clock P. M- of said dsy.
J. C. THOMPSON .
fILAo D.ADAMS.
Feb 14 3t
GREAT MEN fe GREAT EVENTS,
e most attract ire hook contaiainf 9u0 paxes,
handsomely bound with 3U0 enprarings, and we offer
at such a low price, that everybody buys them,
almost without exception. We have received a tares
number and ean furnish them, to be soM ajrain at the
publisher's lowest price by ths 1U0 eopies. at
jan 17 - ADAMS' Book Store
BUTTERAND SODA CRACKERS.
We have anrtdi arranwvDrvnntsi trtlh th lViOaa un
Cracker Factory, by which we are constantly reeeirtng
eele .rated Crackers.aad which ws offer to Dealer
st retail, at the lowest rata. Warrant! th best
Cheapest in the eaarket.
DL.M.AF dt STEWART, 4 at Market St.
jaa 17 "55
rPO THE DANCING PaRT OF
COMMCSITT.VTs would resnectfullr call their
attention to a splended lot ef flcsrr' SalTcas, srarrant-
to nt any kins or a foot; which mast hs ssld. sr
sway, call soon and examine.
Jan 1. '... JA3. McCOTlNEL dt CO.
RABB'S SYNONYMS
WKamea' Elements.
Bryants Poems. Complete.
m hZ'. T" C""U
-
f PEN DAYS LATER FROM SEBASTOPOL !-Sur.ender of t' o All ! !
JL Rnmrs ars tfl. a that a rcrnt st tack was atade upo thai wetl IWuAed pest, which eeartimed foe ever
aJ days amid aterr;&c cttnona'libf aitd evr.tjut discharge ef small arms. J take pleasure. hewevtEr. la reewsV
inj that no live, were lost. ahhtoKh msnr wrre. fielded ts retirt fron tst wvm sf sctiss wHU VMRtM fee.,
iuicaand sorrowing hearts. The OllliilN Ai JAJIXS is afala la command, aad ukes pleasure ia efferisf te hie
friends and cuttomerf the
; LARGEST STOCK. OF GOOD?, ..
Erer exhibit fd to the citisen of oil Trum' oil: among which maybe found an extersir assiitmrat of say
.sons, tssies roT-or-, ckocksst, uro si tbs sad utooas edall kinds all wsicS will ae S1 1 whstner th ta
erer. To Merchants, Pedlars and LaiMllor.ls, I wiU .-ty, 1 will supply yoa st Rsaura prices. Yau need only
call and examine my stack end urlrea.tj Secern couriered that ths place ta buy yostt good U at IheOld Kav
porium of tow West, So. 3, hirer Block, X. ia Street, Warren. Ohio, seers yon cas Sad a Urge stock sf ail
kinds of
FOREH.N' AD DOMESTIC Dlt Y GOODS
Which were bought at the recent decline of prices, snd will sositirely he sold 83 per cent, lest then hy any ether
bouse west of liew York. Cess on and all aad enalat my stock f Cloths, Casaiaveres, Poesiitat. srstOimtta,
Tweeds, deans, dtc, die,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS IX ETERT TARIETT, " ' '
From Prints to Silk, snd all the necessary Sain;, which th law reesrires- All kinds ef Domestic, Brswa sad
lll-aeh-d Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings sf all wualitic snd prices.
YANKEE ".TIONd enou;b t supply ths Western Hemisphere, and st prices that cannot fail to pleaas, st
Whi!esile er Ketsil. .
MOKK CROCKERY than erer waa made, and at Ws than my termer extreme low prices. ' Boot and Shoe
euough fur all Northern Ohio ; boot frsm 10 to B3J sad ell ether gooos la sruportioa CaU Mas, as tlisry
are goinr off with a perfect rush. , .
READY MADE CLOTHING A Isrg. stock f all kinds. qualities and prices. Pant from !.( ta tZM;
Test from Su cenu ts t j.UO. Come nrbt s'ong with your cash aad produce to th (treat Emporium ar UM West,
where you can find the ttr-est stnek in Obi., and the lowest prices.
Remember the place, NO. 3, RIVER BLOCK, WARREN, OHIO ! , ' JAMES 0. K1BBEE. ' -
February 10, ia3S.-tf ' - . . .
IJREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
A SOI Til OF TUB CANAL. The
subscriber has now on hand, snd will at
all times keen a larre lot of CAR
RIAUKS, BL'OOIES and WAGONS on hand, ef Trf
description, style and grad of prices.
lit experience in business, and the extent of his shop
enables him to furnish any description ef work in hi
line, on the chortest possible notice, whether it be the
putting up of a rter.did BAROl'CUE, sr ths msasssa
RL'llilV. tbe scterisla far which erealall time keDt OB
hand,
His WORKUKTI are unsurpassed bj any in the coun
try. and his work shall eraal if not surpass any ssvstera
manufacturers,
Bu pries and Carriajres ready for wse, will he ex
change's for Lumber, Country Pi-wdnce, or young IXorses.
Second-hand Buggies taken in exchanre for new ones.
CAKKIAiiK TJiJMill.MJS alwa on hand, and for
ante at the lowest prices.
Those wishing any work is my line of bosinesa, are
Invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and they cannot fail to he pleased in refard te
hoth. My shop having become a permanent one, I am
determined to supply and suit all who like riding In aa
elegant snd easy Cairiaze, or ths farmer who desires a
substantial farm or road wagon or cart.
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
TTr'All work manufactnred at my shop is warranted.
Warren. March 22, lftt y 11. C. BKLDSN.
EL WISELL Manufactu-0WTJJ(s,
rer of Carriajres, Buggies and YjZT
Wagons. West tide of the Mahoning riv-
cr. Warren. Ohio, keeps oa hand a large assortment ia
his line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles,
among which may he found a large lot of splendid Bock
a ways, of various patterns, with one, two or three seats;
a good supply of si iding-seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops,
being different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-horse Carnages, Baggies, and two-horse
Wagons, all of which will be sold as luw as at any other
shop on the Western Beserre. By keeping none but
the best of workmen.and professing to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
best material that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or pr:ce, to every person who may faror him
witn a can.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
work.
N. B. PAIXTINO and TRrMMIXft done In rood
style, at fair prices, ani with punctuality aad dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be given to all responsible per
sons who may desire it. All wort aone at nts manuiac-
torv is warranted.
Bmember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly went of the new bridge, w arren, unto.
April 22. lHi3- III K. WIS ELL.
-I- Morgan are opening their large Stock ef Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of erery style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
asols. Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, me., ate.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
i re variety of Ladies' Drrss Goods, Bonnets and Bennei
Baboons, Kmbroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, etc., in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of rery superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
lags. Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens, Ac.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
the best makeeand most tasmonaaie styles, aad to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves te be under fid as long as
tbey remain in uie trade.
Warren, April 13.
T ARREN SASH, Blind and Door
T T Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, baring entered into opart.
nerahip la the manufacture of 3Ali, BL1.NUS and
DOORS, wilt hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sixes ta ase. and ef th best
asality, which they will sell oa reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture sf TEMIT1A5
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell rery
low aud of an improred quality, surpassing any hereto
fore offered to the public
We will also continue th manufacture of PAXIL
DOORS, of the latest Kyle, snd of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment will be warranted.
k w use nothing !.ut the best quality or Lumber, and
smploy none but the first class workmen. In our en
oarers t serr. our customers, w. will keep pace with
all inrproremenu in our business, and eonrsraant with
all late styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
W weald inriu all wishing ta purchase the aber ar
ticles, to call st our olfice, where w will be found at all
hoars of the day, for we shall gir oar constant per
soaal supcriateadancs to the details of our business.
E. SPEAR dt SON,
Jsn 1. IcSa. Successor to Edward Spear.
0!
NCE MORE IN THE FIELD. Tb
ttberihers having been drive
from their old quarters on Market
Bt., by tne recent Ore. would inform
the public that they are to he found
en Main Su, in the room formerly
occupied by Mr. Mllliken, two doors
from Smiths 4t McCombs, whexe they are just receiving
ft large and complete stock of NBW GXrI)3 in their
line.
Ws are also constantly manufacturing all kinds ef
BUUT8 A A 11 BnUIs,
which they can recommend to customers aa both good
and cheap.
Our large stock of Kew Goods of Gents' Fine Trench
Calf and Morocco Boots ; fineCongressand other style
af Gaiters ; Patent Leather Shoes ; Slippers ; Dancing
Pern ps i etc
LADIES'. GOODS.
Fin. Trench Gaiter of rations color snd new and
beautiful styles : Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes, Buskins, and in short, rry variety of thi
kind ef (roods which eoubl be desired. Also a complete
stock of Misses' Gaiters, Bootes, Buskins aad Slippers
af rarions style and colors, together with a full assort
Bnt of Boys aad Tooths' Shoes, both an aad soars,
and all kind of Children' Shoes.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHERS!
Particular attention ia cal led to the fact that our stock
ef Leather, Fin lings and Shoemakers' Tools, has beea
recently largely Increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Cslf, American ditto. Enameled Leather, Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Robber Cloths. Linings, Bindings and
Findings generally, including Hammers, Pinchers, Shos
Knires, Wheels, Irons, Pegs, Shoe-Nails, Zinc Nails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe snd Saddlers' Thread. Bristles,
lAsta a Urge lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
sf sll things pertaining to the trade.
Bememlier the place. No. ti. Main St., snd yon will not
lerretgiringnsscsll. W. dt B. CRANAGE. .
Warren. May 17 'it.
PLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma
kinr and keep constantly oa hand ths following
popular Plow :
Long' No. 1, Cora Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
da " No. 4, do - do
Star. do do do
Backey-t, do do
Michigan Double, do
Bond, do
Sub Soil, do
CuHirators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plow
repaired oa short notice.
Jan. 19. T.H. M0ELEY dtCo.
E.
A. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt,
Bro. CoJ) NO. 5. MAI5 STREET. WARREN,
0. Dealers in Drusrs, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maeeutical preparations, Prrfiunery, Jfce. Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Tarnishes,
Brushes, dec Sole atrents Id the place for the sate of
Jayae's Family Medicines, Ayers Cherry Pectoral and
ether popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
-. Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
S1
TOVES, TIN WAKE, fcc. THE
KING OF 8TOVE3, for sale by B. P. Jameson mt
Co., with a new and elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee valley, elevated oven, Clinton, elev sled
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Bights fetore.
B P. JA&.ES0X & CO., continue to
saanufacturc Cheese Tats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
BareHroufrhs put up on short notice, and warranted
of good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
good style.
Warren. March 29. 154.
T
HE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
who have tried it, say H surpassess any other kind of
plow in use. Several premiums have lieen awarded tt
at State and County Fairs. T. II. U0KLIY Co.
Jan. 19, 144.
FARMERS ! WHEAT is worth One
Dollar add Fifty Cents per basnet. Will you use
s poor Plow, when at Morley's Foundry tbey keep a
good article, anu warrant tnem.
March 5, It.
rPHE STAR PLOW, Manufactured bj
-L T. II. M0RLEY dt Co.. will do better work than
any other Plowia the State of Ohio, exceptlhe Michigan
Double Plow. mar. 5, '51
CT0VES. TINWARE,
S, Ac, News.
ose who wish toTV
rjvited to call at kT
KJ Shop on Market Street. Those
purr base things in hia line are incited
the shop of E. 0 HOLLINtiSWORTH. at Cranage' eld
Wand, 3 door below Emptr II a 11, Market St- where
they will And a large assortment of Stores, Tinware,
Japanned-ware. Britannia -ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kinda, CusaJ snd Goes.
Call st Hollingsworth's before yoa buy. Job-week
and repairing done on reasonable terms and with de
spatch. J1OLL1NOSW0KTM dt FITCU.
Warren. October 13. 'S3.
TIIE GREATEST Side Splitter of the
Age The Chronicle of PiueriUe This Book em
brace ketche of amusing scene, incidents, snd
ehsraeters of Georgia and Althauw, by ths author .1
Maxor Jones' Courtship, at
dee ) BALDWIN'S.
T PAINE.
M. D Has returned
from his risit to ths Eastern Hospitals, snd
wIG resume his practice a Physician aad Surgeon. Of-
Re and residence aa (urm rly, oa lligh Street. Warrea,
Ohio. Dee.?. -ad.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATED
WASH BALLS, Brown Windsor snd Tn.nBr.rrn.
Soap In cskes snd bars, snd frigate's Chemical 01ir
Soap.. For sal at ;
Jiay 31. rOiWEEat Co.'
G
OOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
.1 Now selling for 85 eents per yard, at th
jaa 1
w ARP.EN DRY GOODS STORK.
''PIIE CHIME The great Singing
L Book of Ih seaatn. a sot'ee of which will be
sesa in another column, h is Jnst been rsceirs I in larre
smantHy, at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE, aad is selling
rapidly. ' d Oi
00TS SHOE-, and Leather at the
'Oct. 4 Cf TORK STORE-
IS
it
by
X-J
ia
TO
X
lil
for
and
Oct
take
our
1
cy
A
rPHE PREMIUM nt tb late fair for -f
the larcest. cheapest and beet select c-d stock ef
tSHtrUaaiKH AND T4UBKH OTIHS
In ths County, was swarded ts Dcntar dt S-rras-r, rks
hare Jnst receiTed the bbom complete assortment ersr
offered to the peopl of Old Tnimbcii. Purchased since
th greet decline in price, which enables them I eOer
uie loiiowing proeTsmmr of Eatables. Drinkables. Wear
ahlesan.1 Paacyblee. at rates which will aaaonish Doll
: tieians,Kaw-Nothings, drsall of whom with tfa. rest
.f "human CrittCTa." are inritMl tA attena the ahow.
re graus-ror-notning, children hslf price, and inspect
the stock, sonsi sting Lnpart of
100 Boxes Kaisiaa. SO Bars Bio Coffee.
so
Rosin Soaps. 10 Packets Java do.
SO " assorted kind, ta Flue, Te.
I prieea.
It), dos. Lyon's Katharioa. 50 Bags Pepper.
iw on i.ong laos. ripe, iw Bats Csesia.
40 Bags Alspice. M dos. Scotch Al.
10 do. Jar Pickle. 50 - London Porter.
50 Bz Soda Biscuit. 100 M Cirnw. all eradea.
50 bbls. Butter Cracker. 20 bbls. C 0 Sugar.
10 - Water do. SO - Powdered do.
10 " Sugar a.. 10 Crashed . de.
10 hods. N. 0. Sugar. 300 ere. Matches.
50 bbls. Molasses. 50 Batts 5 dt Sa Tobaces.
10 - B 11 Syrnp. 50 - Fancy Brands, da.
50 dos. German Meerschaum. Chocelat ; Cocoa ;
0 round Pepper and Cinnamoa; 10 boxes mors sf that
Fountain Starch, the nicest thing out; Cornstarch,
lapiocca, sanna, me., ror ruddings : Ml Boxes stearin
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; SO gross Pint aad
H Pnt Flasks ; S gross Wicker Flask ; Almonds ;
Brazil Nun , Filbert; Peccans ; English Walnuts;
Pea Not ; Citrsa : lan to Currant ; Prunes , Sesdli
Raisins; Cut and Dry Chewing snd Smoking Tobacco;
Brandies ; Wine ; Rum ; Oiu and Whisky, by th bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Motions, Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Memorandums, Ac, all of which
I .Eered to th Jobbing Trad at a small ad ranee from
New Tork prices. Ws bars not the time or spscs to
enumerate our stock in full, but test snr plea sn ths
hone that "YOU wilt cat,, ax, but. and tnallr. li
ths second place, serenteenthly, we beg lea re to sub
criba onrselre Truly Youth,"
- . - .. . BCLAP dt STEWART,
1 ' " 0 .VsrIsC Strttt.
Warrea, See. 1, 1S54. -
"VTEW LYME WATER CURE.
-L Th abase sablishstwnt atiH eoattn.es la suc
cessful operation, and is about to commence upon it's
fourth season. The largely Increased number sf pa
tient treated at the establishment the past year, and
the large number of cure effected induce the snhsvri-
ber to betiere that no place affords superior sdrantages
for treatment. The abore establishment is toe at ad in
New Lyme, Ashtabula County, Ohio. Terms from six
to tight dollars per week, according to rooms taken
and attention giren. payable weekly iarariably. For
examination, snd adrice for tbos that ds not stay at
Hteeorw i i lor examination una smten preaenptiwa
or nome treatment r. ttl su it. fropletir.
New Lyme, Jaa 17tb,'SI-3m - - .
pARPETIXGv Royal Wilton, Brns-
' sets, 7 ores ri, ingrain, t; ottos and Hemp, aad
nnuu, as us
apr S6 . KEW-TORK STORE.
FREXCH MERIN0ES, the . largest
and most complete sf colors ia town. Also C.&.
nurgs.sll wool Hala Fiesds aaeV DeLaias, Muslia d
Bcrgc aad other brass Goods by the piece or yard.
the BW lORKSTOKE.
vct. .
DINE SHINGLES on hand (mostol
TDDIN G3 k MORGAN are now re
A- ceiring their FALL STOCK Of 0O00S. embrseina
a rery large assortment in all ths departments of their
trade. Th goads bars beea sought at ths lowest
prices of ths depressed market with tbs mecisl refer.
cues so tn. rrniwsBwcT ei times, aad will be sold a.
cordingly. Ear trends at tow price inquirs at the
iocs SJJ EXrlKE STOEE.
OINE SASH. .
I. 500 Light 7x Extra Quality, at - -
500 - 8x10 - . . M . sj.
sow vxts . . . 11
ik - win - - 3C
Other siae In proportion. Orders ta Blinds and
Door punctually attended to. All work warranted
equal to th beat. r ACsvAKO at BARN L it, Ag'la.
Warren. Ohio, Pec. 87.
XL and sqaar Brocha and Bar Stats Shawls, aaid
coeap, at uts
jaa a - w Anitas vat truuirs aTOKE.
"TTF.I.P HASH-nS I"
A.X. Slow customers, and all others serins as
meuiij wees em, are rwapecKuiiy- laiermed tnattaey
auud pay as. Ws seU our good st cash price, sad
sxpect cash for IV is sumitlme. A word to the wias
sumcient. loct 18 ' f ACKAED c BARNCM.
VTEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! 1
A. 1 Th subscriber sr. now reeefrrnt a rare, and
desirable Stock af FALL ASB- WINTER OOObS, t.
which they inrit the attention of ths public geoerally.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
comretition for readf-ps, sr ia exchange for Produce.
apprwrsa credit aa short Uoa will b siren.
w arren, iK-t. 18, loa. V. at AL MOSES.
A SHORT DIALOGUE ON PL0W&
X E. 1st rmnur. Nghbee, what Plow d. yeat as 1
is. farmer. welU 1 bar. J. Long's No. . and
sersral sthcr kinds, bat Merles Star iUnr beats them
all.
1st JnsrsI mast s as Warren aad rs a Star-
mow. I tree ts w arren and returns ta course of ths
ry.) : - -
Sad farmer. Hallo. Hmcbbar. what Bar rsa sot
mere
1st rarmsr. One sf Morww 0sahl Plows. Hs aura
heats the Star Plow, and ns mistake.
twd r eraser. Can be asnibUI bat f It owes. I
will buy ene. (Cast Set A JTarsssrs, aad few (As firm.)
Th Double Plow pro res to be th best ; in fact it doea
better work tnaa any stsgls flow eaa do. This we gaar-
ise. sr no saw. , x. ii. atUiUJil r Co.
April 5, LiSd. ...
T7ARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
A. ywa wn. wish ts sow any Spelter Wheat, eaa bs
supplied with this raloabie and new species ef grsia
calling ooa at the Moaroe Hsus. Winter Barley
sor seeu sniy, eaa also o. aaa.
w arres. Sept to. Ibis. ACOUSTUS OJLAETEE.
T ACES and Embroideries, Honiloa
Collars, etc to watch th. attention of th Ladies
inrued, at the (aprSu) NEW lOKJt STOKE.
Af PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
sals cheaper than th cheapest, at the
apr 3d
NEW YORK STORE.
XTEW YORK STORE.
A.1 PARKS dt WENTZ. are now recei ring their
usual full stock of Fai.L and Wistxs: Goods, bought
since ths 1st PKC1.1.1E Ul ftllts, to which Usy
Inrite ths attention of their friends, former pstrsaa
and th public, s imply remarkiug that they ars xarraa
SB CSDCXSOLV. ISCp.X.
C ILK BONNETS. 8 eases Silk bon-
Swr acts, shies ar wormy tn attention ot tn. isyiis
Oct. . NEW lOHK. STOKE.
TES r NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
XJ That big rat " has this day arrlred.
Oct. 4- PACKARD dt BARNtTL
a, any body, bnt wc stunt har. sur Notes and Ac
inta settled, or wa will be obliged to sear tacai at
tne squire uinc lor collection.
Warren, Nor. 1, 'k JAS. McCONNELL.
Qnnn feet clear, dry, pine
UvU V LUMBER, lV, IV, IV and S inches thick.
aultsble for Bash, Bund and Door, far sale ey
Oct ii. Id. PACKARD di ninn s.
T7RENCII MERIN0ES, PARAMAT
TAS, Cohorxs, Mohair, Lustres, Alpaccas and
Cdvshmeres, stellinf at reduced pricee, at the
jen 3 wiKKKJ uai uuuio ervoji.
QILKS1 SILKS ! A Iarje quantity
and rarierr. ewmnrialnc high Last red Black . Plaid ,
Srisei and Chssgesbk. Also, a rariety of Bonnet
Silks and Satins, chesper than erer, at tbs
jan 3 WAEsVEN SAI trUUUS STU&sS
BLACK and Colored Cloakin? Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wids Black Silk Telrel,
Cloaks, Manuilaa, ate. at tne
Jaa 3 - WABKEN DBT MODS STORE.
SPANISH MOSS bythebal- orlb.
Alcors Bug. Silrer Terretts, Full Plats Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best quality Spars, and Beaming
Corns at
jnns S PATCH It ALLISON'S,
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes,
Log and Trscc Chains, Breeching Loops, Brass
Silrer Uag Beias and Chains, Carriags knobs
Japanned, Silrer Brass and patent, at ,
juasS PATCH at A -"ON S.
K
N0W-N0TUING PAPERS.
Fmg sf isr Union. Th American Crusader.
elessoe s rietormL Oolden Bull.
ScieBtinc Asaericasu " Warerlr Magaain.
To b. had at B ALDW IN 'a Bookstore
1. Ie51-3m.
PORTER & CoiNEWDRUQ
STORE. The proprietors of this establishment
pleasure in announcing ss th. wiU,thatnowuh
standing th late fire which destroyed a large norti.a sd
Ooodc, we ar again open and ia full operation, at
1, Market St., Warren, 0 where ws are daily r.
wiring Fresh Drug direct from Sew York Sid Phila
delphia, which w are offering for CaeBaturices that
uannctiail giring satiafactlsa.
May it. leit.
TN
fr
DOORS AND OUT, Or Views
a tbs Chimney Corner, l.snly illustrated
smplete in 1 rl. Mils pnes t lua. A few copies iust
sreeirel at ABAMA.
A'
T BALDWIN'S MRS. ANN S.
STETENS' Com orrt Quid ta CroUhet and Fan
Kaitting, saitabl for lloihday UiMa. (dsc n
TIMOTHY SEED. A few KusheU
f yrim nasi fog sals, hy
O 1, irMNO A sfOKOt.
T)ARRELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT
J) Sloan's Oiatmsot, Inst fwCJ snd for nt st
jsntt !. E. A. SMITH at Cs's.
UV0B10GRAPHY OF BARNUM
aal Orsrlr. st
taa Sd
BALDWIN'S.
w
HIG ALMANACS
for 1855.' at',
BALDWIN'S
iwtr,
-
.
NATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapma.
. PropTietsr. et r.da Pstlle laisre. Wrret.Vi,
I7ACLE HOUSE, bj George T. Halls
J Market street. Warren. O. Fifth dose- east f lh
Bank.
DOC!'. J. DAVIS, Eclectic Pan
nu Srsarox Office ia Eisaol' Hat sastw.
lasiB street. W.rreu. oh o.
Eclectic Piiytieianj a III fad a fall stock ef EeUatss
slsdicion for aals by UL liarii at ths shore piaca. .
; nor iS-y '
7?I.' 5L EA1LLIS. II. U.. Pi, ysiciaa.
r Sunr.in and Dentist, Windfaaa. Port ..'e Ca., O.
oct utij .
JAMES J ACKS0 N, PliVsician "aatl
Snrgeun. ."Ece on yciith side sf Varket Street, ftrw
stairs,) lour durs tn.lm Bank, Warren, Oj, aprsa
DR. B. LESLIE, lleetj.Pbywciaa.
and J'urge.n, Blonmlleld, Trumbull Co., 0.
TV W TmWSEVT. If T) Tfr.ir,s.sv;
Alt' psthte Irrmn. ilBc In bsU1bs Brick Meek,
aearths A lacrican Hotel . Warren. O. , . f a pel.
T0HN J3. & JULIAN JIARMOJT.j
Physicians and Surneone, olios Earth aide at ths
Pwbli Sonars, Warren. t. - - set SO y
j. sabselu a. x.
T- . SASkXIO, SL. .
J& T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and
Surrvons, Ofileo and resideaoe ea Liherty M.
south ef the Eiscoyal Church. Warren, O. mar lOjr
W PAINii"M.D, Physician and
v T - Surgeon. Partfcular attention fivea te the'
IrsntTsmt of Cancer, Scrofula and jjxi( Ptscsise Of
ceaad residence on Uh street. soar 9
LBERT PERRY, Atiorney at Law.
il Special attention giren ta collection, and the
prosecution of Pension aud Bostatjr Land claims.
Warren 0. Jan 10 'S5-ly-S. , ,
PHIL0 E.EEED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office orer New Tork Stor.
- - - l 4-w id.'5ddf 7
A LLIOTFULLIAttorney at Lawn
Xl OSes orer Smiths & McCombs Store. Corner
Block. Warren. 0. Jan. is lWd. ly
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law.'Mtl1
Solicitor ia Ciiancery, Waiiaw. Trmnboll CwO.
DD..BELDEN, Attorney arid Con-
selior at Law, orer Smith at MeComb StoraJ
sorner Main and Market Streets, Warrsn, 0. nor rtiy
JOHN M.'STULLi Attorney at Law.'
" and General Collector of Uowmajad FereigB Claimer
Offlce over Smiuts k McCombs' Store, Warren, 0. marw
. r. orvai.if.
r. tr. RjaTxrvT.-
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF. Attorney
at Law. Office on Liberty St Warren. 0 .
Bite th Court House. - . . - . ot r.'Jt
a. a. tBasn-r. - - .- ---. boLaosr son. :
LEGGETT tt COX," Attorneys ani
Counsellors at L-tvr. 03k orer Moser's Sim,
Market struct, Warren, 0. , . . je l-f
Jos', wttthiss. s. r. CTRTim.
HUTCHIN8 Jr CDRTIS3, Attorneys
at Law. 09lcs 09 Sorth) matte ssrscta ner the
residence of John Uutchius, Warren, 0.. . au; 1 rf
' FTT ' - -: -
MiLTOf sm.irr. ' v wee. m. nmuu
SUTLIFF k TUTTLE, Attorney at
Law, and Solicitors ia Chancery, Warrea, Trams
sail county, 0., still continue their business at their el4
office, oa lligh street, two doors west f ths America
House. mar w
3l3i;ijf;rxtimi:
B P. JAMESON & Co; 'Dealer ia
-Stores, Copper and Sheet Irs. -War. Tin,
Cheese Vats, Ac, No. IS Main St-, Warrea, 0. mar M
E SPEAR & SON, ManafaetureTVof
Saab, Door and Kiadear BHadav "! Factory
Market Street, East of the Back, Warrea, 0. jaa SSy
FELLOWS VmORLEYY Mnufactu-,
rers sf Plows, CultiTatoTS, tee. - Sua. east oi Tsws
ler's Warehouse, on the Canal, Warrew, 0. Sep Sotf
JOHN J. GUNNING, Carriage antl.
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, atidway batweea Sonth
aad Market ts, Warrea, O. - mar
A: L. M0RLEY, (succassor of ;J. G.
. Brooks.) Wbolestle snd Retail Dealer ia Hard
ware, Cutlery, drc. Warren, Ohis. - - - nsr
GEO.' TTl'OWNSEND, Cabinet aci
Chair Maker, Gtrard, Tram'tall, Ca.0. Cofism
swule and delivered on the shortest notice- Tunenmie
nttsnded vntiuot ex tea charge foe Uearse. : oj try
n IL M0RLEY k Co., Manufactu
J- rers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, aad Castinirs rene
rally. Foundry on the Ca-nai, east of Tsyler's Ware-hoasew-
Tin Shop four doors west of the jienh. Warrew,
Ohio. ' ' " sen 30 tf
H0LLINGSW0RTH A FITCH.
Dealers in Stores. Tin War. Janaataad wsra,
Brittsaia Ware. Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, snd H.t
sow Wares of aU kinds, at Cranage s old stand, 3 doors
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren, O. mar a
.. literals.
R A. A. B ALDWIN, .Wholesale
and Brtail Baorjeiler. S. Main Street, a frs
dears south of th Post Oocs, Warrea. 0 nor 1 ..
JULI US r VAUTROT, Maaufactu-M
snd Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sll
- Wars, and Fancy Goods, Market streets Emptr.
lock. Warren, 0. VTatches earefally repaired aad
' - Jus 7
PATCH & ALLISON, Dealer, in Sad
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trlnuaing, and Maaar
sBetnrer of Saddles, Bridles, llarsess. Trunks, Tsiisaa,
fcc. Main street. Warren, 0.
TDDINGS t MORGAN, Dealers la
A Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Orocsries, Crsekery.
Uardwara, Carpeting, Sole Laathar, ts at LiiS SigasX
Ih Xmsir Stars, Warren, 0. "
0, & M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign.
and Domestic Dry Goods, Uardwara, Orwosrisa,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoes. Hat, Caps, Ready
Mad.
Clothing, etc.. Market street, w arren, u.
PARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For
sign aad Domestic Dry sioods, Crockery, Boots.
Shoes snd Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
ds Shades, Keady Mads Clothing.dttu,slwas eseap
for ready pay at the Kew-Yoxk Stsrw. .
ALTlTKiNG 'dTsON, Dealers in
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silrer Plated and
Brittanta Ware, Lamps, kincy 0xis, Ao- Jio. 9. Mala
street. Warren. 0. Ail kinds of Clocks and Watched
carefully repaired and varraatecU - -. . , star B
ACKARD fc BARNUM. (Succea-
or ta Warren PaciardJ Wholesale snd Retail
Dealers ia Foreign snd Americas Hardware, Iran,
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings, at th. " Tall Brisk,"
Warren, 0.
Cummissioii Itrints. .
MB. TAYLER, Forwarding . and
Commission Merchant, and dealer ia Flour,
Salt, Fish, Plaster, Ac, Warren, Ohio. - " '
CE. LEFFINGWELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, aad dealaria Floar.
Salt, Fish, Platter, c Ac.
aut 3i ar
STEVENS & Co. Commission Mer
chants, Dealers in Butter, Cbaese, Saleratns. Fans.
Fruit, and 1'rodace geneully. Noa. 14 and 16 sncoast
Street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, O.
Bsrsuxcrs: Dickwo, Biggs at Co.; Wilshirs, Bris.
tol, skc; John Swasey st Co.; Swasey It Wise r liarri.
en st llooper ; Kenuet A Dudley. ad Mercian ta gsa.
.rally. " ' ; apr a Is
liliSaXilaiia'Jiii,
JOSEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in
Bishop at Child's Melodeon: Mr. Ilaseldla.
keeps esastaatly on hand th best MsiodsoBS, which be
will furnish at manufacturer' price, st Farmingtoa,
Trumbull county, O. Instruction giren gratis to par.
sharers. Repairing ana tuning dose with aeatnsss sad
dispatch. mart
LAWS, RHODES & BARR, General
Produce Commission Merchants, No. 25 West Co
lumbus St., Cincinnati, 0. (Customers on the Eeaus ra
art referred to J. M. Brownorta BlsmiM.)
. w. BBooxr. seres tbou is.
BROOKS Sf THOMAS, Fashionabl
Tailors, rooms jrer N ichols' Hat 9 tors. Main St
Warm. Ohio. Particular attention paid a cutting,
and warranted to tl if properly aststa as. - feb f
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron.
Eeld dt Co.' Celebrated TegMabl. Caul Powdsw
ratutantly on hand and fjr sal ia larga amall SUaa
' by ths suhscribcrs, who ar tola Agents for talc
K, a. None ar eenuine unless procured of -
March IH. l- tf C. at M. MtWER. Ag's.
DOORS, DOORS, DOORS.-T0 Con
tractors, Crirpent-rs and afeilldera. We can ftirnvsll
vow with Panel IKmi-s of mil s.ylee,a gnat deal cheeper
than yoa can make them y hSLoA (and aa good if ae
better.) Call and ex.-uniue oor werfc and1 noee: ye
will he snited with boiLu A liberal diseoant w w..eie
sale trader. M SPEAK mt.
January i6. " . - -.
4 TT. CiV FIP T4YVP'S VAMriaY
1 MEDICINES, AVer's Cherry PoaHoxaL and Os
food's India CiioUiJSuc, for sale by
jssy ji. ruitTii a at rm.
FOR SALE. TLe Dwelling- Houso
snd Lot, situate! on south side of UUa streeuaa4
east aids of th on now uccupud by Dr. Wat. Pain.
For particlars airily to
Jn3 K. r. MICESCW.
PACKARD A BARNUM have on
hand "
M Ions good Pittsburgh Cons Ehaa Bsr. ,
' Norwegian Ntii Kod.
7d Bars "x se-ie trea.
Jun.ttLi llimmersd d. , .
Sle-gh Shoes iteel. -100
Setts buniy Springs, aaaurtsd. ,
kd L'uuuuoa aud fatent Axles.
Csll as nu-l, st the :r;rat and oVtest Barlwar
Stor la th. West, d -7 PA0KAKO es MAlt.rT.rl.
COCHINEAL. Cidbear, Muriate '-ol
Tin, Chemie for Calitn Urswa.aad dt stolfs sf
Brery decri4 on. ftu aal lad as
May 31. POETEB dt Ca.
'pHKl.A'DSO!;' THIS SARACEN.
.1 r iHctures f Paljat'.se, Asia Minor. S-'iy, sad
Ipvt. Barard Tsjt4 s 1-isc w fc. T rir-:-4 IwsV
received J- V ), Ai)AXS-

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