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Advertising over this amount, at the rate of fifty dol
Address Cards, inserted for the year, at $ I 00 per line.
Having a well s-lected assortment of Job Printing
mate-ial, we are prepared to execute In the very nest
manner all kinds of plain and fancy Boos and Job
Cheek Hooks, Bill neads.
Justices' Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks,
Show Bills, Certificates,
Bills. Bank Checks,
SKore Bills, " Bills of Lading,
Ball Tickets. Manifests, etc.
v. t thin, done in the shape of Printing, at
each prices as cannot fail to suit, aud on the shortest
Mice. We keep constantly on hand a carefully selec
ted assortment ofCardsandfine Stationery, from which
hose in want of Printing can select.
Justices' and Constables' Blanks,
WARRANTEE, MORTGAGE QTTT-CLAIM DEEDS,
susisn, ciBCFTte, CBFomas, rrc
Constantlx OS hand and for sale.
Warren, Feb. 14-
Wool. 25 sTT' Wheat, f bushel, t3 00
Timothy Seed, - 4 OHiCorn, - . 50
Feathers, f lb. - - 50 1 do Shelled, - - - 1 00
Cheese - - 7' Oats, " - - 50
White Beans, - - 9 00 Dried Applet, 9 ' S
Hay, ff ton, - IS 00 Dried Peaches, - - 6
Egg, dozen, - 12 V Flour, 10 00
Candles, - - 16; Bacon Shoulders, - 7
Butter. - - 16i Sides, - - 6V
Tallow, " - - 12',! Hams. - - 8
Lard, 9 pound. - - 9 Sugar Cored Hams. 06
Salt, f barrel, - - 2 25'Fish. 9 lb, - - - 6
Sew York Feb. 11
flour. t9,37 8,50. Corn, I. Mess Pork, 12,50
Cleveland. Feb, 14.
TiVamt. & 9,50. Corn, 68cta. Oats, 0e. Bat'
ter 16 (s Wets. Cheese, 9c Tallow, 11 (stlcta.
Floor, no sales.
Butter, firkin lie
Com. 80 EScU. Cheese, 10c.
TT7ARREX MARBLE SHOP, situated
f T on Market Street, at the east end of J. L. Van
Oorder's Brick Block, where may be found a choice as
sortment of Italian and Vermont Marble. Tomb Stones,
Sfoonments, Spires and every thins; in the Marble line
( tne .est quality and nnisn, tn tne bestor style.
All persons that are in want of anything in
the above line, will find it to their advantage to give
me a call and examine stock and prices befofe purchas
ing elsewhere. Call and see. 1. F. uAGEtL
Mar. 14, '65. l y.
-JEW GOODS, NEW GOODS com
i.1 prising spring DeLaines, of the latest style also
a large assortment oi nne rrenca wnmgbt collars and
anaersieeres, jus. receivea and ror sale at tne
WARREX DItf GOODS STOKE
Mar. 7, "55.
JOOD NEWS TO THE OLD SOL-
DIERS ! Every soldier who served fourteen
days in any war since 1 TDO, or has been in battle, is en
titled to 100 acres of land, if deceased, widows and
minor children are entitled to the bounty. Widows of
revolutionary soldiers are also entitled; also Volun
teers at PUttsburgh and Lewistown, in 1812, 1814. and
1616. Chaplains, Teamsters and 01 connected with
the service, are included in the law.
The experience and success of the undersigned, in
the prosecution of Bounty Land and other claims, in
duces him to offer his services to the soldier, and oth
ers interested in the prosecution of this claim I think
I can give satisfaction, and warrant success to all the
soldiers who may apply to me. I will be found at my
Usee, owr pwnma t fljcvom'w store.
J. J7. ASPER, Atty at Law,
Warren, Mar. 7, '55. 3m.
vs. Suit in Attachment.
John C. Tvle. )
At my instance, an order in attachment was Issued
n th Iflth day of Febroarv, A. D. Ifii, by John Cra
mer, a Justice of the Peace, in Hubbard township
Tram bull connty, Ohio, arainrt the roods, chattels,
rights, credits, stocks and all interest in stocks, mon
ies, and effects of (aid defendant, John C. Ty lee, who
is a non-resident of said connty, for the sum of fire
sl.Uart and fifty cents. Said suit stands for hearing on
the 5th day of April next, at tea o'clock A. M.
Hubbard, March 7. '55 U9
GUARDIAN SALE OF REAL ES
TATE, by order of Court.
On Saturday, the 31st day of March, A. D. 1855, be
tween the hours of ten A. M. and two P. M., in the
Township of Brookneld. Trumbull county, Ohio, on
the premises, will be sold to the highest bidder, the
following real estate, as the property of George Leet,
deed: Situated in Brookneld township, county of
- Trumbull, Bute of Ohio, and is known by being all of
lot number (23) twenty-three, as laid out and described
in the recorded town plot of said Brookneld, and sup
posed to contain One Hundred and twelve rods (Hi!)
of land more or less, with the appurtenances thereun
to belonging, subject to the dower of Jane Smith in said
land. Terms of sale made known on the premises on
the day .f sale. ALLISON CHEVT,
Guardian of Amelia and Lemira Leet.
By Jobs Hctt hiks, Atty. for Guardian.
March 7, "jj. '10
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
, Darius Baldwin,)
vs. Attachment notice.
The defendant, Ruth Reed, who Is a non-resident of
Trumbull county, will take notice that at my instance,
an order in Attachment was issued by Alva Humeston,
m Justice of the Peace in Fowler, in said county, on the
6th day of Februarv, 1S55, for Twenty-Five Dollars
gainst the goods, chatties, stocks, interest in stocks,
monies, credits and effects of the said Ruth Reed. Said
cause stands for trial on the 6th day of April. 1855, at
one a'cloca: P. H. Said defendant can attend and an
wer. DARIIM BALDWIN.
F.wler Feb. 15, "55
The Stockhohl.TS of the Mahoning Plank Road
Company, are requested to meet at the Court house, in
the town of Canneld, Mahoning county, Ohio, on the
Seth day of March, A.D. If-55, at elven o'clock A. M.,
for the purpose of electing the requisite number of Di
rectors of said road for the ensuing year, and for trans
acting such other business as saay come before them.
Hs toll will be charged to said Stockholders on said
day By order of the Board of Directors.
WILLIAM W. WHITTLESEY, Secretary.
Feb. 19, W
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
The Subscriber has been appointed Adminis
trator of the estate of James Lawyer, Deceased, late of
Kinsman. All persons having claim against the es
tate, will present them within one year, legally authen
ticated, to me at Kinsman, and all persons indebted to
aaid estate are requested to make immediate payment.
WILLIAM H. LAW1ER, Adminiaitrator.
Kinsman, Feb. 21, 'iS V
T il E MODERN AYcHITE(JTrrrr
Every Carpenter his own Master, embracing
Plans, Elevations. Specifications, Framing, etc. for
Private Houses. Classic Dwellings, and Churches, to
which is added tho new system of Stair hoiMing. Il
lustrated with sixty-Bve engrarlnes. By Edward Shaw.
For sale for the first time in a Book-store, at
HOUSES TO LET. Two dwelling
honses will be U let hy the Proprietor, sitaated
os Franklin Alley. Enquire of Ibe subscriber n the
premises. Sood terms will be made to good tenants
Warren Feu. , 'jS-tf " EVAN EVASS.
TYPES OF MANKIND, BY N0TT
k. GLTDDOX. Price 5,00. A few eoppies at
Feb. if, 'Si. ADAM'S.
POEMS BY Wm. C. BRYANT, with
numerous elesant engravings on Copper, by
ajeutxe. Price $4,00. A few copies at. ADAMS'.
Feb. S8, 'ii.
POEMS BY LONGFivLLOYV Com
plete. Poems by TENXYSCX, Complete. Just received at
reb. SB, '33. ADAM'S.
POCKET CUTLERY, the very best
at Feb. Hth j5. BALDWINS.
f EGAL NOTICE.
-i-i Matthew Maekey, 1
vnsnom Turnner, Mary A. I la the Court of Com
i-nrnner. Kooertson Turnner, I mon Pleas for Trum-
. meaviue lyr- bum County, Ohio.
mil Ilnwl Twsvill ti 1 1 1 '
Ma, . t uvsntsu
Xaomi Silliman, Abijah S i III
man, Lorinda Bartholomew,
Abial Bartholomew. Celeste
Mackey.and Mary A. Primlle
The said Uovt Tyrrill, and Koswen Tvrrill. are noti
fied that the said Matiliew R. Marker has filed a -et!tion
as Administrator as aforesaid, ayainftthe parties afore
said, made defendant to recover of said ttushom and
Hohertsou Turnner, the sum of six hundred and seven
ty dollars, and interest thereon. hinr lb. amount ol
seven legacies by the said Ai.ijah Tyrrill, rteeM t, the
aid Hoyt Tyrrill, Roswell TrrrilL Naomi Sili-man
Mary A. Tnraner, Lorinda Bartholomew, Celeste Maek
ey, and Mary A Prindie respectively and of the expenses
of said Administration, and the ssle therefor of certain
lands of said Ai.ijah Tyrrill. dee'd devised by said Ali
Jah Tyrrill.to said liushom and Kol-ertson Turnner
ut-jeet to the payments aforesaid. Tho said Hovt
TyrrilL and Boswell Tyrrill must answer said petition
by the atih day of March 1SS3, or ju Jtement wlllbe na
dered against them hy default.
. f CTLI - -tTTTLE, Attys. for PUT.,
jaw 24 lS2.Cw.
I From Ike Okis Firmer, Use. 23, 1834)
8CFF0LK8 FOR LOCAX & TRUMBULL C0UKT1ES
Cbaklss Bbotts. f Korth BloamVld. Tramhui
county, has jnst pnrcuascil two of the aJuij which a
aJvertised in the ar,,r, sa9 .d a boar. The lar
M a ttjorcsglj br4 frca; hiitnes imMrtation, and
l'-.rsiii. iMf mm&cr.of Cvl. L 0. Mos.
bm. of Mouvt ForJanv VsU:l.jter s-uwV. t, Y.. and
fS now fare-one iu fif. TUy are a of as uWe
Hoods as can be fonud in the Puited 4iatcs. and a
f w I specim-r.8 of that pnjiUr breed. The Farmers
.f Tnmhal!, whp desire access to this voiular bree.1 of
tV'.cnjat lefec-.reuoditrd. ' rfei.. r.
LJALK'SXLU'Oi-' HE A L ES !'ATE
' n!Tf Coert. On the irth dy of Slinh,
D. I-5j, atonr.'cl"ck in th-; afternoon, on the prrra
1 ises in the township of Lilierty, will 1 lolil to the
I hiellcst lid'!rr. the following Keal Estate as the proj
; erty of Mary Anrfcrson, deceased, to wit: A certnn
i piece of land situated in Liberty township. county of
j Tniniiw.l, acl Mateni umo. neinz in me second ranee
I of to. nshiiis of th.- Connecticut Western Reserve. No.
j 3 of s.ii J range, and hounded as follows, being part of
'..iiR said townsmp: n?f!inrinr at the southeast
I corner of said section fto .1), thence north dep.
'west, on the east line of said section of John Loy's
land, thence westerly on said Loy's line sofarthata
i line drawn paralUI with the first mentioned line run-
ning to the south line of said section No.SOwill con-
taiu (-1;) twenty acres of land.
Also another lot of land situated in said township of
biherty aSoresaid, known iy neng part f No. 1 In
said township and hounded as follows: ftVpinninp at
a iioiiit in the rt line nf said lot at th. cntitliw,.
ner of land owned by Isaac Wares which is 0 chains
t aud forty links nonn irom tne southeast corner or said
lot No. 19, thence east along the south line of said
Wage' land thirty-four chains and forty-se--n links,
j thence south so far that a line drawn pantile lh the
last mentioned Hue or south line of said Warn land to
; the west line of said lot shall contain (7) seven acres of
j Terms of sale. One half cash in hand, one half in
i one vear with interest and securitr.
El'HKAIM THOMAS, A.lm'r of Mary Anderson, dec
By 1'uilo E. Bin, his A;ty.
FANNY FERN, ONCE MORE
The Lire axid beauties of fUnny Eer.-, a dcw
book just pu'lishel.
We give -Itw i-arti-,1 riew of the coDtenU :
Oemus in l anteliU.
Fanny at school.
Tlie llas-aiMPs denth.
The Second Marriage.
Fanny at Church.
Fanny in Itroadwty.
A Key to "Kuth Hall .
A word about N. P. Willis.
All ahout &.tn.
Phrate history of Bi damns Daisy. Esq.
The Wedding Dress.
Mrs. FarrintoD on Matrimony.
A whisper to romantic Young Ladies.
The other side.
F nny on widowers.
(th rdox testimonr.
The mistake of a lifetime.
A wife's devotion.
Interesting to hashfal men.
A Chanter on Clerrvmen. dec. fcc. Stc.
A quantity just received at AUAMri BOOKSTORE.
Price one dollar. reh. zr1, '.to
CTANHOPK BURLEIGH The Jes
' nils in our homes. A novel. By Hcicif Dur. In
ne elf cant 13 volume of 410 lAges. Artistically Illus
trated with fine tinted Engravings; beautifully bound
in embossed sins tin.
This thrillingly interesting romance has created a
profound sensation throughout this free land. It has
thrown the political parties of the Tnited States into an
unwonted agitation; it has already been the theme of
discussion in many legislative holies. The remarkibie
exposition of the manner in which public opinion is
made in this country, to secure the eleratatiun of in
trtgning demsvogues, at the expense of those institu
tions bequeathed by our forefathers, will astonish
thousands. It will illuminate the American mind with
a faithful History of the Rise, Progress. Intrigues, and
Crimes of the deadly system of Jesuitism and Priest
craft, which is poisining our homes, and corruptin? our
politics snd institutions. Its startling revelations-tof
American society should be read by every friend of the
great movement now in progress, which is to releas9
our uenubiic irom the bondage of Knit an C .TnnLirsi.
-en.xs tor sate at BALDWIN'S.
Br virtue of an order of sale, lamed ant f th
Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull county and State
of Ohio to me directed and delivered, in favor of Ste
phen Burnett, against BriUon, Peck. Grovet fc Co.. 1
will expose to sale, at public vendue, at the residence
of Stephen Burnett, in the villaee of Warren, in said
county, on Saturday, the 10th day of March A. D. IKio,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A, M. and 4 o'clock P.
M. of said day the following described property, to wit:
About 300U feet of Refuse Lumber: 3 Road Plnwn:
47 Wheelbarrows; One fool Box; 13 Shovels; 3 Broken
Picks; 4 Stone We Ices; 7 Tlow Points; 1 Plow Clevis,
and 340 lbs. Cable Hope.
II. K. HARMON, Sheriff.
SherilTsOffice, Warren, Feb. 28, 2w.
WESTERN RESERVE SEMINARY
H OF FARMIXGTOS. The 8 nrine session of this
Institution will open on Monday the second dsv of
Students should be present on the ft tday of the ses
sion, as the classes are then formed and no chanres
cm be made for those who come in hue.
Our course of study is equal to that of any seminary
in the country, and as thorourhly taurht. It is the
constant aim of the Teachers to make their students
clear and original th tinkers. In order to reduce the !
expense of acquiring an education, the Trustees hare I
fitted up a suit of commodious rooms on the first floor I
of their burning, which will be let to students wishing
co Doara tnemseives. As tne family oi tne Principal
will reside in the building, these rooms are very desir
able for ladies. Those wishing rooms should apply to
tne rrincipal soon, no student will be entered for less
than hair the session. All students will be charged
from the time of entering to the close of the session.
Ao deduction for absence unless the student is sick.
JAMES GREER, Principal
FarmingtOQ, Feb. SI, 55 3r.
READY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1853.
Messrs E. L. GIBBS 4c CO., are adopting this
system in their business at Windsor, Ashtabula Co., 0.
where they are selling more goods, and at lower prices
uui svii caMoiiiuiurMi iu uicu vii,iuiij. a uk is sW
some and try them! They wage war on high prices.
They have bought their goods low, and are seeing how
cheap they can sell them and live. Their motto is
"quick sales and mall profits a nimble sixpence is
better than a slow shilling.
Call and see them, and they will sell you goods lower
than yon can buy them elsewhere and charge nothing
for their trouble. Tbey are clever fellows and delight
showing goods at all times give them a call
ren y n -jy.
STATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
s. Court of Common Pleas.
Patrick Mangan 4c Co.,
BriUon, Peck, G rover & Co. 8.
. Moser, dc E. E. Hoyt 4k Co.
The defendants ttntton. Peck, Grover 4c Co.. will
take notice that they are required to appear and answer
or before the 10th day of March next to a petition
filed this lOth day of February 1855, in said Court of
Common Pleas, by the plaintiffs Patrick Mangan 4c Co.
The petition asxs judgment for sj uu, against said
defendants Brit ton, Peck, Grover dc Co., upon a con
tract for work and labor in constructing sections 47,48
and 49 of the Cleveland, 4k Mahoning Bail Road, and
also for an enuitable adjustment of the claims of the de
fendants S. a J. Moser. and IS. c. Hoyt 4t Co.. arainst
the plaintiffs and said Britton, Peck, Grover ox Co.
An attachment of property is also sought, and the
Cleveland 4c Mahoning Rail Read Company served
with noitce as Garni sheer.
LEGGETT 4k COX, Atty for PlfTs,
Feb. 14 55. 9
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, that the subscriber has
been appointed and qualified as executor on the estate
Lucius L. Sheldon, late of fustavus, Trumbull
County, deceased. Dated at Warren, this nineteenth
day of February, 1855.
Feb. 21 V7. CU RTIS P. SHELDON.
ELI WAGGONER'S ESTATE. No
tice is hereby given, that the subscriber has leen
appointed and qualified, as administrator on the estate
Eli Waggoner, late of Weathers field, Trumbull Co
deceased. Dated at Warren, this seventeenth day of
Feb tflst TO. JAMES KNIGHT.
MARY M.WAGGONER'S ESTATE.
Notice is hereby riven, that the subscriber has
been appointed and qualified, as administrator on the
estate of Alary M. Waggoner, lat? of Weathersfield,
Trnmboll Co.. deceased. Dated at Warren, this seven.
teenth day of February, lfii.
Feb 21st VH. JAMES KXIGHT.
VT0T1CE. The copartnership of John
L. Weeks & Co- is this diy by mutual consent
dissolved. All persons indebted to the same firm are
requested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book account, pay to John L. Weeks, and those bv note,
pay to A. Wenta. JOHN L. WEEKS.
reb. l-tin a. n uu.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the business
heretofore at the old stand. A good stock of cloths
and ready made clothing, and also a good assortment
hats, and caos. constant! v on hand.
Fen-si.'ss- johx l. weeks.
rIUij Vt UHIO. Trumbu 1 !
JL County, ss. Court of Common Pleas.
ts. Petition for Divorce.
David Rockfeller. Q
The defendant, David Rockfeller, will take notice,
that the said Masaret Kockfeller, on the twentieth day
February A-1. 1, filed her petition in said court,
asking for a divorce, and alleging as a cause: 1st,
wilful absence for more than three year ; d, gross n
leet of duty. And that said cause will be for hearing
the Jane term of said Court, A. D. lriii.
C W. SMIIli, Atty. for Pi!T.
Feb.21,5 10 -
4 TTACIIMENT NOTICE.
V L. C.Jones, i
vs. Civil Action Attachment.
At sny instance an order in Attachment was issued
n the lth day of February, in this case, by II. C Gal
lup, Esq., a Justice of the Peace of Trumbull county.
Amount demanded Two Hundred Eighty-Seven IMIkts
and sixty cents and costs. L. C. JONES.
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull Cj., ss.
Court of Common Pleas
vs. Action for divorce Summons.
The defendant Benjamin Harmon, will take notice
thai he is required to appear and answer to a petition
filed this th dav of February lcW, in said Court of
Common Pleas, by the pUintilT Ruthanna Harmon.
The petition asks a decree of divorce on the follow
ing grounds ; 1st, habitual drunkeness for more than
tliree years, Snd, ;ross neclect of duty. 3d. adultry.
. LEUlJ1!TTC0X, Ally's for Pin's.
Feb. 14 W-w. 9
BOARDING Persons wishin" to se
cure a good place to Imard, with coodAccommo
datious and on reasonable terms, can do so by aiinlyiuz
AH persons indebted by note or hnnfr
the late firm of S & C. Mosca, are here .r notiheri to
call forthwith and square up. 8AMUEL JIOSER.
Feb. 14 'M-tf.
FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR
LAXDS. TIMOTHT 8KEO The undersiitDed an
now In reciiit of a large lot of Timothy Seed grown ii
Iowa, and entirely frae from all other See:l.
Fowler, Feb, gl, 'ii iw P, AKOUCWS & CO.
DTE LEAVES, the people re stil,
purchasing, demand increasing, to he had a
Feb. 14th 'li
RUTH HALL, fttli supflv a
Feb. 14 h '55. ' BALDWINS
TTJDGE EDM0XD S T WO VOLUMES
ry ON 8PIBITCALISH Just received st,
V.K OI i u .
A NEW SUPPLY of Swan. S!onual
j3 received (last edf ion) at
i'h g;j ADAMS' 800KHT0RE.
T'lJE PIS. Al;TSM Aftr AIVq "the Frc e
f- majon-'f Uouir, a(
j'6''4'; ; J APAM3.
MORE of tb9Se Che p Family Bible
.. haye;ut leu opened, at '
DASH ALL & Co
V lf V. JIF. NATIONAL GIFT ENTER-
I'lil.-K. l'..ii4no Cmtun ! Sciun Tuoisakd
Tl' StiTS aLKKSOT !
Ui-ly to tre di3Mise 1 of! distribution of rifts to
couie of without fail, sl.ircb Hi. ltlji, or soouer, if the
ticlvi-t are all s.ihl. DASU AL t CO. beg to assure
uiv-ir irieuas mat un.ir no circumstances ill the dis
tri'-utiou HstnueJ beyond the swre aicutioued Jato,
and u"iey Lope, hj eucr;ry and the eo ocrattou of their
patrons, to bring the euterprie tu a conc.iificn at an
earlier period, iu which case due uotic m ill be given.
OFFICE, 4c6 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
150 000 Preseots to he given to th pnrchaers of t!o
largeanl elegant engraving of the "Inauguration of
-Jeorge Washin-non, President of the Tinted Stales,"
(rotti th ' celebrated pointing of David ISul Linrens
Price of engraTin; ($1) tine Dollar, which includes a
gift tic, t. entitling the holder to a chance inthe fol
lowing list of magnificent gifts.
The value of the presents, as appraised by a Commit
ee chosen for the urose. is $ l4b,W, as follows :
A slendid farm on the Hudson River com
pletely stocked, houses, -fee $20,000
Stone trout Duelling and Lot on Firth venoe.
A maguidcent col l Tea Service, property of the
late G. Van DVnton
Silver Wine .Service
The Race Horse -White Raven
Coach, Harness, and Horses, a magnificent es
30 Shares Ceutral Rail-road Stock,
fine Watches, $100 each
1 0,1 XI Uol.1 Seals aud Thai us
llt.MHi GMd Pns and Silver Holders
UK) Boxes best Cigars
Iimi Gold Guard Chains
A Splendid Kny H
A Horse, Harness, and Bngy, splendid affair..
An ele-tnt do.-, St. Bernard
Splendid Fast -sailing Yatch, "Spirit of the
The fart and trim pleasure Yatch, Evening
A luau for 5 years.... .................... ....
(All without interest.)
1 Rosewooi Piano WX)
3 Mohogany Pianos. ...................... .... 1,50
A Fannin Ohio 4,Mn)
A Farm in Kentucky.... 3,(100
A Farm iu Pennsylvania G,000
A Farm in Massachusetts...................... IO.ink)
?5.tOU Vols. Poems 11,000
Statue of "Cigar GirlbvReeves 1,000
Also over lUt.OOu Paintings, Statues, Medals, Charts,
AHums, taiuanie Hook, aud I'urtrohos or bngravings.
making in all I3U.UI-J gifts, which will be dis j-ibuted I
a committee apointed by the Shareholders, and for
aar.ied free of charge by the Public obedient ser
vants, D.l nil ALL tx tU-.
4o Broadway, New York.
"Orders for Engravings and Tickets In this great en
terprise are daily arriving from all parts of the Vnited
states ana lauaua, wtvca warrant us in promising
very early day for the distribution. Applications
should be made immediately, as only a certain number
or Tickets can be sold. Letters, with the money en
closed, to be pre-paid, and the Engraving and Tickat
will be forwarded free. DA!lf ALL A CO.
Keb'y 14 '55-14 4r6 Broadway, New York.
T0TICE, is hereby given that I shi.l
11 expose to sale on the premises at public vendue
on the 15th day of March 1K55, tetween the hours of 10
A. M. and 4 P. M. on deferred payments of two years.
tne followmgdescribcJ farms, and real estate situate in
the township of Vernon, Trum'mll county, Ohio, under
an order of sale issued tome as guard i en or Timothy K
Thompson, by the Probate Court of said County.
One peice of land lying about half a mile North of
tne center of said township and bounded as follows:
Regiuning at a point on the North and South center
Highway, in said Vernon, at the South-East corner of
lands of Lncius Ilolcomb, and running thence south
along said Highway seventy rods to the North-East cor
ner of lands of Thomas A. Thompson : thence West
along the North line of said lands of Thomas A. Thom
son, three hundred and thirty-five rods to a stake and
st nes, at the south-west corner of said Timothy K.
Thompsons landd.thence north on the east line of lands
known as lands of late owned by Granger, and on the
west line of lands of said Timothy K. Thompson, sev
enty rod to the south line of lands formerly owned by
Perry Sheldon, and now Wlonging to said Lucius Hoi-
comii; thence running east alone the south line of said
lands of Ilolcomb 30 rods tn the place of bezinnin;.
containing within said loundartes, one hundred and
forty-three acres and forty-five rods, known as the
homestead farm of said Timothy K. Tiiomiaon.
Also one tract of land situate about one mile west of
the center of said Vernon, bounded as follows : begin
ning at a point on the Highway leading from the center
of Vernon to the center of Johnson, at the south-east
corner of John B. Thompson's lands and running
inence nonn on tne ease line or said jonn b. Thomp
son's land to the north east corner thereof about one
hundred and sixty rods, thence west along the north
line of said John B. Thompson's 1-ind about seventy
rods to the lot line; thence north along the lot line
about forty rods to the north-west ecroer of said tract;
thence east along the south line of lands ostae'l by
Thomas A. Thompson about one hundred and twenty
rods to the north-east corner of s:iid track to a stake
and stones; thence south along the west line of lands
owned by Horace Bates, and lands owned t-y Daniel J.
Mat tor, and lauds owned by Kalsa C'rl: to the said
highway; thence west along the said hiph . ay to the
place of beginning, containing within said boundaries
eighty-fire and one-fourth acres of land. Said tract of
land will be sold entire or in parcels as may best suit
purcnasers. THOMAS A. THOMrSMJN,
Guardian of Timothy K. Thomson.
BySnxirr fc Tlttlk. Atty's. Feb 7 6.w
By virtue of an execution, issued out of the Court
of Common Pleas of Ti umbo 1 1 Connty, Ohio, to me di
rected and delivered, against George L. Woodford, in
favor of Nicholas J. Murphy aud others, I have levied
on, and shall expose to public Sale, at the door of the
Court House in Warreu, in said County, on Saturday
the 17th, day of March, A. D. 1H55, between the hours
of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M. of said day,
the equitable interest of said Woodford, in and to the
following described tract, or lot of land, situate in
Hartford Township. No. 5. in the first Range of Town
ships, in the Connecticut Western Reserve, in the State
of Ohio, and which is also in the County of Trumbull,
and is known by being part of lot No. 19, bounded as
follows ; vis: Beginning at a point in the north line of
land owned by E. S. Gilkkey, which is 16 Rods east of
the east, boundary line of the north and south Highway
thence east 58 rods, thence north 51 rods, to the south
line of the east and west Highway; thence west ? rods,
thence south 9 rods, thence east 9 rods, thence north 9
rods, thence west 19 rods, ? feet, thence south 9 rods,
thence wet 18 rods, to Jones' line, thence south 7 rods
thence west 4 rods 4 feet, to the line of the Session
Room lot; tuence south t27 rods, thence west 16 rods,
the n. and s. center Highway, thence South along the
east linecf said Highsvay? rods, thence east 16 rods, to
the place of begiuning,and contains about 17 acres and
rods, of land within said bouodarys.be the same
no re or less, subject to a mortgage in fnvor of Ichtal
Lane, for the payments of ene note of $169, due April
1st 1K5, one note for 0169, April 1st 1856, and one note
for $60, due April 1st lr57, with interest after April l-t
1854. Said Equitable was apprised at $ If 4 ,50.
II. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Feb'y 14 '55, U7.
MODEL SINGING BOUK.
owe QCaKTra or a hilliok conn I
BY I. B. WOODBURY. Since the
publication of the "Dulcimer" to the issuing of
the CYT11ARA, one quarter million copies of Mr.
Woodbury's books have been sold. Such is the ac
knowledged excelence of the Dulcimer, both in kind
and quality, that it has been made the model for even
poular Musie Book ublished since it's appearance.
For it's tqually esteemed successor, the Cy thara, enthu
siastic praises reach us from all quarters of the coun
try. A SECOND EDITION OF TWENTY THOUSAND
now rvady, in which the few slight errors which es
caped notice in the first twentythousand are corrected.
Published by F. J. Ik ntioto. New Xork.
24 55, KING 6z COMPANY, Cleveland. 0.
LUMAN BARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The nndersiimed are sole a-enU
the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
the toughest p.ecc of Leather in (vt mixafes, which it
frequently takes an hour or more to do the suae piece
work. It stands without a riral We would respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the craft to
the subject. IH nt forget the place. No. CO, Main St.,
Warren, O. J 13 JAS. MrCONNKLL de Co.
XT 0 DEN OS AWN EE, or the
Lea sues of the Iroquis, hy Lewis II . 31or-nn,
corrispondins; memler of the New York Hiatorical
Society, of the American Ethnological Society dec, Ac
elecant hook of joo jaes ar.d beautiful maps, for sale
ADAMS' BOOKSTOUB. As well as a few more of
those cheap family bibles. jan 24 '3,
q WANS' MAN UAL. Fourth Edition j
Jasl pu.Misueu.newanu reviseu.ana auaptea touie
present practice. A complete guide for Executors, and
Administrators, just rceived by express a larpe Mipply,
atths jan24j NEW YORK liOOKSTOKK.
SPIRIT RAPPIXGS UNVEILED.
An expose of the 01 t?in, history, theology and
philosophy of creation, alleged communications from
the siir:t world by means of spirit rapping, mediums
writing. thysic:il demonstrations, etc.. with iliustra
Uons, ly Kev. 11. Mattison, A. M., at
Jan. 17 BALDWIVS.
rPHE HOISERY Department. PartitT
JL nlar attention is iaid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and cirls, can find almost
any tiling they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors, Cashmere, Slate ltrown. Black and
white Cotton Hose, inncy Mried and Alixed lialf
Uose, and a large quantity for children,
apr ti . . UOVT CO.
FOR SALE A House and Lot. in
the Village of Warren, In an eligible situation,
11 Washington Avenue. Lot is medium size. House
commodious, containing 5 Rooms. Price, $jli0.
Inquire of J. F. ASPEK, Att'y at Law
p ARE CHANGE FOR A BAR- fffil
Xl GAIN. The three story Biick Building, 3MII
known as theCity Hall," is offered for sale.on t
easy terms, as I wish to leave this neck of the woods
soon as possible. jan I? 'ii, 11. WcMA-M S.
rPYPES OF MANKIND, or Eihnolog
i ical researches based upon the ancient mouu
menu. Paintings, Sculptors and Crania of races, and
upon the'r Natural, Geographical, Philological, Diblieal
niswry j J. m. ogu ana Uea. A. Uild.lon. Price
5,Utl. A few copies just ree'd at ADAMS,
jan 1 'ii.
0I1N DOWLING S History of Ro-
M mauism, it's doctrines and ceremonies, it's noliti
cal and roligiims machinery, it's oies and eouucrls,
s intoicrate ppiru ana murderous practices, from it s
gin to the present day aU BALDIVI.N'S
AMPIIINE OR PINE OIL, and
Burning Fluid, for sale by
jan 24 'ii. E. A. SMITH fc Co.
MY COURTSHIP and "it's conse
quinces, by Wickol, just ree'd at
jan 24 'ii, ADAM?.
C WAN'S MANUEL. 4th and last
O edition for Executors and Administrators. at
Jin 24 'ij. ADAMS.
HUMANITY IN THE CITY, by the
Kev. E, Ii, Cltapin-A utm siiimly at
2" WANS' TREATISE Knew Edition
KJ on the Law retoing to the powers, and duties of
luitices of th. Prars. and Conualiirs iu tlw tttate of
hio, with practtral terms, at the
'u8 KEW VC3S BOOKSTOKE.
IRANCONIA STORIES, BY JAB0B
t r-jrr. at th.
rjai 3T '' E W TORK Book Stor.
O00KS tali HAVE BEEN
1 BOI'XD for rst..,ra should be calls I for. at :
hv orenpy room (but is i-ii 'H I
" CtO. ADAM?. I
i Am DASH J
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Corner of Superior and t'niou Streets Clereland. Ohio
lhi it the Largest and Most Magnificent
CLOTHISU ESTABLISH MKNT
In the whole Wsrtern Country, aud is fi lie J with the
Largest aud Best assurtmeut of
Heudy-iUatleClothinfr, and Famishing
of all decritions. of our own Manufacture.and which
is Warrntw'd, to be Better Cut, Better Mj-ie. and better
adapted to the wants of the Community, and is sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
at towit FstifEs tlian any other Cluthing tn the
Stranrer visiting Clereand, will find !t to their ad
vantage to call at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Tnirn ITH. comer of SnpeJiorand Tnion Streets.
JOLOOK OUT KU11 TIIE 0IANTSQ
''PIIE FIRST AD VEKTISEMENtIx
L TWELVE YEARS ! There has been a great deal
of putTins; and steaniinc roiii on in the tuan niwrs,
a thin I never was in the ha -it of doini;. 1 only take
this simple method of iitformin my old customers, snd
the (Kiblic in pen oral, thnt 1 have cnhimenced keepinr
em ill firocery and Beer f IhII, on Jlain street. No. 41,
(the Oerntan Sign.) where yon can find such procery
articles unnrtlly kejtt in such a utore. I alio fcetp keet
on hand a first rate article of ALE and BKKK. airl In
vite all of those who are friends of the same. The Hall
is kett open everv day, Sundays excepted-
Warreu, Jan. 31st, D. BISIIOP.
VTEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
A.1 TUl'MIilLL COrXTY.OHIO. The undersigned
are nrenarins to pnih as soon as is compaUU- with
accuracy, a new and complete map of Trumbull Coun
ty, entirety from actual survevs. The surveys will all
m; maite by experienced Engineers. All the public
roads and locations of dwellings, places of Worr-liip,
Yost Ofiices.School Houses, CoontyStores. Hotels, Mills,
fee, are to lr shown, and the names of owners of ptop-
ertv will also le inserted in tlieirplacea in the style of
Maps of Erie, Ontario. Livinpnton, Geneee,and Oswe
fo Counties dec. fcc, in New York hy the same pub
lishers. )lap of the princijial vilises in the county will be
inserteil in the margin. The whole will beploltedto
the scale of l1 inches to the mile so as to make a
larire and ornament-il map to be en craved and deliver
e 1, handsomely colored and mounted at fire dollars per
copy. itii.Lr.Ti c ma l t Hfc & A i;o.
No IT Minos Pt. Philadelpha2nd Story. Jan. 31 '55
NEW HARDWARE STORE,
A. L. MORLEV,
Successor to James O. Brooks, dealer in naanwaaa,
Ci tlist, Io, Nails and Ulixs, where at all times
can be found a large and varied assortment of llousr
Trimmings. Carpenter's Tools. Ac.
Received this day and now opeuilig
6 dox. White's Cast fleel Axes.
4 - BVaver's -I
" Hay Knives, 'good."
3 M PittsWuryh Gun-harrels.
30 Tons Pittshurgh Iron, assorted sixes.
5SI Uuudles best Norway Mail Ro Is.
Warren, Nov. 1, lr54. A. L. SIORLKV.
Flavin this day sold my entire Stock of Hardware
to A. L. Moslkv, who will continue the Imsiness at the
old stand, I take this urethral of informing my old
friends and former natr-ms that I shall remain with
Sir. sIorlct, where I shall be happy to see litem as
usual. J. Q. BROOKS.
Oct. 30, I4. nor. 15 )
David Haynes tt Kdward B. Drake, ) '
Executors of William Knight Dec. I In Trumbull
vs. County Com
Thomas M. Wolfe. John Wolfe, Bl 1 mo a Pleas.
Giles CLork. Defendants. j
The said Thomas M. Wolfe & Giles CUrk are notified
that the said plaintilTi on the 29th of NozemSer, 1Hj
filled in said Court their petition setting forth among
other things tn-it certain iani 01 me sain Jonn an.1
Thomas M. Wolfe, have been soil in certain proceed
intrshy the said Oiles Clark in the said Court arainst
the said Thomas M. and John one to satisfy a decree
therein had against them and that after satisfaction
thereof, there remain sin the hands of the Sheriff a
surjdus of money, belonging to ih-m jointly of more
than four hundred dollars, and th itthe plurtiirs in cer
tain proceedings aninst said Thomas M. Wolfe, com
menced in said Court by attachment on said lands, Holy
recovered a judgement against him at the October term
of said Court in IHj for the sum of one hundred and
eighty seven dollars and sixty two cents ($17,6-2) and
costs of suit to be taxed, and seeks the application of o
much of said surplus as may be necessary, to satisfy
said judgment. The raid Thomas M. Wolfe -and Giles
Clark, tnu-t answer said ietition, by the 3!st day of
March IKii, or jndcement will be rendered against tiicm
by default. SLTLlr r oz TUTTLE, Atty. for Fills,
Jan. 31 m 6w
pHANDLER SHOP. The subscri-
w her announces to the citizens of Warren, and the
public iu yeneral, that he has established a Chandler
Shop, where he intends to manufacture Candles, Soap,
and superb article of Sa (sages, which will always be
ouiiand at Wholesale and Ketail prices.
I IP The Proprietor can at all times be found on
Market Street, one door west of Yautrot's Jewelry
Store. Warren, Ohio.
TrlPThe highest price, m Cash, will be paid for
Tallow and Lard. !d 13 A. L. C. DAY. AyenU
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers hep to Inform the ladies of War
ren, that they have received a splendid assortment of
Boniu-td. Kiblton, Silks, Lawns, rrencn r lowers, Uress
and Mantilla Trimmings, Ace, Ate, which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Those who will favor us with
a call, will, wc trust, be amply repaid for th--r trouble.
apr 26 . . ItOi X sc CO
SCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Store and
Tin Warehouse of it. P. JAMESON st Co.
April 19, '54.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
ComHs, Brushes, Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
1 ly-nets. Door Ma Us, Alicant Matts. see. at
JuneS. PATCH & ALLISON S.
PURE CREAM TARTAR and Super-
JL Carhonate Soda, ly K. A. SMITH Co.
4 FITR ASSORTMENT OF PITRK
LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, and said to be
thehest in town, at mayai POKTKR tc Co.'s.
1 AA 0Z. OF QUININE, jat recei-
A J w red and for sal, at low fltmres, at
May 31. POKTER k. Co.'s.
YV"E HAVE FOR SALE on commis-
v T ston, one of Emory & Co. two-horse power
Threshing Machines. T- 1I.M0ULEY ox Co.
SOLE LEATHER. A prime article
for sale at E. E. HOY T Co's. Some of that GOOD
TEA, Java aud Kio Co Gee, Seedless Kaisins, Kice, fcc,
ust rec o at o. n i. aiain btreeu
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
Kl Quintals Codflih ; 10 Gross Lyon's Katharion:
2tl bhls. and half bbls. Mackertl, just received at
Lnov fl DKjis LAP . bTGW AKT'S.
TATL LE WES." This beautiful
istorical and Kelieious came is selline at
AUA.us', as predicted. Also, "Iu Hay," "lila or
man,n The News Boj-, and all the new works of the
day. t'l "1
S. WEST, Proprietor of New
ton Fairs NURSERY, has just returned from
the Upper Lakes with a variety of Evergreen Trees,
which ha offers for sale on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Evergreen Trees, Kruit Trees,
Grape Vines or Shruobery-are respectfully requested
to call for them before the yround becomes frozen, or
early in the Spring, as he intends to visit the Upper
Lakes again as early as tne middle oi April.
.Newton rails. Pior. , ltf4-tf.
WOOLEX GOODS ARE DOWN.
The evidence can lie had in the prices of Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinetls, Tweeds, Red,
Orange, White aud Printed t'lanuels. A superior qual
ity of 10 q. heavy twilled do. Blankets, and a variety
of other Woolen good, at the
jan 3 WARREX DRY GOODS STORE.
f?0R SALE. A very desirable
A. House and Lot on Prospect Street, in the
northern part of the villase of Warren. House new.
Apply soon to 11. B. REEVES at the Empire Store.
Warren, Not. S, ltS4-tf.
Eighty acres of Wool Land, situated In Dane
Township, Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
jan 17 '., (.auk ill House StlAn.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The Furniture and Fixtures of the Gaskill House
Saloon. For particulars inquire on the premises,
jan IT w, M. McMANTS.
OTICK. All persons indebted to
me. by ttott or hook account, will confer a favor
hy calling at the Oaskill House, and "j quiring up,
as after tite l.th of February, ail notes and accounts
will be left fur collection. M. M 51 AN I S.
DR. DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland, at Eilinbur.upon his return from his visit
to the United States. Also, BEDIM and Dr. DUFF
contrasted, by Kerwan, for sale nt
Jan. 17 BALDWIN'S.
DISSOLUTION. The partnerhij
heretofore existing between the subscribers un
der the name and style of S. ec C. Moser is this day dis
solved hy mutual consent. The notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are in the hands of Samuel sloser foi
settlement. SAMUEL MOSER.
Warren, July 24, 1851. CORNELIUS MOSER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned, of the laic
firm of S fc C M0SKR,has this day associated with him
Michael Moser, for the purpose of continuing the Mer
cantile business at the old stand. undr the name and
style of C. fc M. Moser. They respectfully invite a
continuance of the patronage so liberally extended tn
the late firm. C0KNEL1US MOSER.
Warreu. July SG, 1634.
TIIE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
E. HOYT At Co, No. 1. Main street, offers greal
bargains In Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the genuim kimd.) Sheetings,
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Muslin Collars- apr 26
POUND A POCKET-BOOK contain-
.L tag unite a sum of money and papers, which thr
onr can have by calling at the New York Book Store
proving property and paying for this advertisement.
Warren, Nov. 22, 151. It. A. A. BALDWIN.
REELEVS WHIG ALMANACS
Vl forlK'3 at ADAMS.
Also German Almanacs by the Gross. Feb 7 .
KETCHES OF THE IRISH BAR.
O by Richard Sailor Fl.eil, M. P. All of oar legil
trntlemea shouM rtatl this work. S vol. cloth, finer
at (.Feb. 7 A DA II 3.
Bryants Poems. Cotupletr.
Loupfcllows forms Complete.
Mrs llemans -11
baatifuliy ImmidiI anil ellirant'y illustrated. Xew
K litious of these works. Iy the Harpers, just receiv
ed at Fel, Wth ADAMS.
MY COURTSHIP AND ITS CON
!r.0.rKCE.3l supply at
Ke . 14th 'S i
VLL the New Works of iliu times
cm ai cniil Ss fonnJ at
rh Tl ADAMr"' n.xiKTi.ss.
f 1 A NO- F iKTKFSSTTI
ITAR. Uhole H-JTJlfn
id Retail dealer J J J
In Piano-Fortes, Meloleons. Guitars. Violins, Accor
deons, heet Music, Iustrurtion Books for dinerenl
instruments, English and Italian Uuiur and Violin
tnncs, and all descrijitions of Musical Merchandise.
Piano-Fortes, Melodeons aud Accordeons tuned and
re)iaired, and all work warranted. Second hand Pianos
and Melodeons taken in exehance for new ones. All
Instruments sold will he delivered free of charge, kept
in order for one year, and warranted for any length
of time. Granite Block, Liberty SU, Warren, Ohio.
March IU, 1HS4.
' P II E YOU SG FOLKS' GLEE
-L BOOK ! contains many of the finest songs crer
uMilied. Amnnr them are the following:
An i.-ie Laurie; t'rinia Donna Snp; A Cot Reside the
Hill; Buriril of Mr. Ju lon; Ulanche Alaen; By the
Sad Sea Waves; ChiLl Wish: Do They Miss M;
lrave of Wanliiiifrson; Orave of Bonaparte; Ilerts snd
Homes; Happy lUvatlere: H el I wet thee in thy
beauty; Ida Uv; I would I were a hoy i-iin; I've
iecn roannnjr; Jamie s on the Stormy Sea; Katy lar-
lin; Katydid and KntydidnT; Lula is our darling
pride; Lilly W Lilly Dear, Last Serenade; Mary of
aryie; .My rMther .4 cominr h me. Mother; Mouiit.nu
eers Karewell; No More; Oh would I were ahoy again:
0.sians Serenale; Oh! Charming Mary; Oh! home of
my Childhood; Pauper Funeral; Son? of othrr (Urn;
-ne sweeny iep; we miss thee; nere are me
friends of my youth: Thy name was once a maic spell;
There's a si-h in the heart; We met I y chance; Songs
of love; Ye. I have loved before; Yes. tis tnw thy
Kty now is Sleeping; Shf only s;oue before; Why do
I weep for thee; Yei, I have loreJ.
The above sonjrs are finely hannonized, and altnot
any one of them is worth the price of the Book. It
contains orer 100 of the bent sonrs extant, which
would cost in sheet musie at leat $.'". The Book is
neatly bound, and is sold at the low price of 81,W. A
new supply just received at Fomeroys Music Store.
Cojdes promptly sent by mail on the receipt w $1.0'.
MELODEONS. A new Tot jut
ceiveil Carharts best all sizes. Four new
Pianos just received, and as many more will beojened
in a few days. I have now an elegant assortment ol
old and new Pia ios, Melodeons, .. fcc.
Call and hear, at S. T. POMEROY'i.
i V A fi
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN
adapted for a small Church or the Parlor. Is now for
sale at a very low price, at ru-UKi.! s
Sept. 20. Music Store.
riANE SEAT PIANO DMELO
Ky DKOX STOOLS, just received at
SepU2U. POME R0 VS.
L2tV UtAL very supenor new 1'ianos
kj just oencd at P0MER0V3
Set. SO. Music Store
i FEW MELODEONS TO RENT
X - now on hand, S. T. P0MKROV-
I3IAN0 FORTES. The following
JL comin-ises in part the stock of Piano Fortes now
in mv Ware koom: Prices.
Three 6 ' Oct. Rosewood, ease plain tables, each Z!ri
" fancy " ' ii
" " extra finish 3ST.
" plain S
round corner 275
4 extra larpe scale
plain taides, rouml cor. 530
7 - carveil rtosc utiles, eacn s-i
Nothins; can surf1 Hie richness of tonet beauty
and finish of the tw last-named.
One second-hand good tone... 3150
" " 1IKI
The above have all been recently selected by myfell
at the Manufactories, and are in every respect superior
A lilieral discount will be made from these prics for
Alt Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. SM, leo4. S. T. POME ROY.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
PRESENTS. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real mbstmmtimt and valuaMe present
during the coming Gift season, cannot fail to make a
nice and satisfactory selection for that purpose, if they
will take the trouMe to call and examine my large
assortment of superior Pianos and Melodeons, and
ascertain the low tiinires at which a really valuable and
fine toned Instrument can he obtained.
Pianos from $1UU to 90U. Melodeons from 8 to
$200. S. T. POME ROY.
Warren, Nov. 15, 154.
ALPINE il.EE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK,
COTTAGE GLEES, sec,
Just received at POMEROY'S. Aus. 2.
0ARII ART'S MELODE ON IN
STRCCTOR a new supply at POMEROY'S.
NE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MEL0-
DB0X, very good tone, can he bought for T, at
Aug. it. rUMEK'Jl ,
T ASS VIOLS, Guitars, Cl ironetts and
M.J Violins a large supply just received hy
SOME more of those
Pianos, just recei red at
rpiIE GUITAR. We publ.sh the ful-
JL lowinr from Wm. Hall Jc Sons advertisement in
the Mmsieml WtU mud Times : "With the rreat and
increased attention now given to the study of music, the
present demand for th's beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few years
ago it was quite a p. velty to hear a Lsdy or Gentleman
pliythe Guitar, but the popularity of the instrument
has so greatly increased, that there Is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at least one of its
members numtrer amoo? their accomplishments that of
playing; the Guitar. William Hall k. Sons are making
a very superior article in that line, and their instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate, ne have
those of their make, and also, the German and Spanish
Guitar, from $3 to $30 each Also strincs of the very
best quality. S. T. POMEROi.
V. arren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARHART'S
J MEL0DEON INSTRUCTOR! This is an invalu
able work to those learning to play the Melodeon. It is
a large, neatly bound work, presenting a series of near
ly thJO studies being a complete and progressive method
of instruction for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
To this is added a very valuable assortment of Song,
Duetts, and Trios. Waltzes, Marches, Quick Steps, Pol
kas, etc.; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Ellin Waits, Fest March, Gertrude's
Dream Walts, Gipsy Polka, Iron Boots Quick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from William Tell, Thou Ilast Learned to Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Sons; and Quartette, Jamie's on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrle, Family Bible, te-, all
There are nearly 100 rood pieces of Music in the
Book. Price 81,'W. It will be sent by mail to any ooe
sending $1,00 and 4 pontage stamis.
Warren, April IS. Isw4. S. T. POME ROY.
METRONOMES, or t'mvkcepers
with and without a bell. f.r marking off incis
ures, for sale at PuMKKOY'S. Every Music Teacher
should have one. May 31.
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMEROY'S. The Hallelujah, Cythara, Chime,
Young Folks' Glee B ok; Do tworth's Brass H:ii
School; Amatoer Organist; Johusou's System of Har
mony, site., fee, all valu..'lesrorks.
Warren, November 1, leS4.
FOSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A large supply just received. This is just the
Book that Lttle ciut'S of Violinists and Flutists warn
and we are happy to say they are beginning to find it
out In this section as tbey have already done in the
Eastern States. We are prepared to furnish them as we
do everything else at the New York retail price. $ 1.0,.
Orders by mail promptly filled. S. T. FoMEltOV.
May 3, 54.
CARHART S MELODEONS ar- the
best Reed Instruments in the worll. Afresh sup
pjyjnst recei veat POMEKOVa.
GUITARS. A very respectable arti
cle can now be bought at I'OMliltOV'S for J3i0.
OIAN0 STOOLS Plush and H.ir
JL Cloth Stools, a fine assortment: also cheap Cani
Seat do.. at may 31 j PO.MKROV S.
PORTABLE Mu-ic S ands, nt
may 31 POMKROT'S.
FINE TONED 4 KEYED IVORY
TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can he bought at
POMEIIOY'S Music Store for Si 1!S others in propor
Zuhdel's Melodeon Instructor ;
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
Burjrmuller's " ditto
Berliui's Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
June 7. POME HOY '3.
HIIE S nTn iry Cits 'BkTY capital
JL S'nging Book fr Schools and Private Classes.
JaueT. S. T. POME 110 Y.
Cottage Glees, a ik w su;p'v, nt
JL pets, at
-Fi Idh'S an I Trnm-
Dodworth's Brass Band School ;
splendid thinjr, for sale hy POMEKOY.
VL0T of elegant Flutinas, from S8
toSMJurt rec'.lat jun POMEROY'S.
MUSICAL TERMS, a com
te Dictionary, fur sale by
'pUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
JL tise on tuningand repairing Pianos and Melc ieons
Price SOcts.. at POMEROY'S.
May 3, 'U.
USIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, 'it.
EST Silver Violin Slrin-'s, At
May 3, '54. POMEROY'S.
OLD Violin G Strings, at
May 3. M. POMEROY'S.
rUt-EAT MEN & GREAT EVENTS.
KM a most attractive r-ooic containing 9)0 pasfs.
lundsouiely hound with 3"H enjjrarmps, and we olfei
lh;m at such a low price, thnt everyiwdy Imrs th m
almost without exception. -Ve hive received a larsv
numer and can furnish them, to he sol i ssnin at Uh
pnhlisher's lowest price by the 1 copies, at
jan 17 ADAMS1 Book Store
O UTTER AND SODA CRACKERS, j
IJ' we have made arranscmenU with th? Ducsnnt
Crackrr Factory, by which we are constant 'y riiving
their eele'rated (rnckcrs,and which reuilr to Dealers
or at retail, nt the lowe.t rates. Warranted th l-eil
indChenpct in themtrket.
DLNLA1 dz STEWART. 4 & 5 Market St.
r0 THE DANCING PART OF
1 COMMnXITY. We wool l resiclfully call th.ir
attention to a spleninl lot f lli sr's Hurras, warr mt
el to fit any kind of a font; which must be suli, or
c;r.n awav, call smq sti-I examine.
jan IT 'Si. J.Mi M -COSNHf. CO.
'PEN DAYS LATER FROM
- Kiiranrs are nlloat thit s rect-i.t wttark im ri.e
! amid ;i terrific Cannon-,. it and cm.uit
that no lires wen lost, a'thiu rh m-iny verecot.;Ki(cd
and s.rrowii h-rts. The OltltjlNAL JAMKS
friendat and customers tho
Ever exhii'iti i to the cltisen of oil Trumlull:
utDts TtnKKB Nori'i', rLKisnv..o kkiks aud u jt
ever. To Mercliu.ii. Tedlars and Isindiordn. 1 will s
call snd xmine my toik nn I prrrt. to lcwn-
H.riiiin oi ttie nest, sj. j, n:v-r uijca, M. in Mrtet,
Which were bought at the rcei.t dciiine of pruts, and
hut west of N-" York. Come out at.d all and examine
Tweeds, Jeans, Ac- o.c.
I inipi rinpsa itvrvrio
From Prints to Silk, and all the na- j iry fiiin-,
fil -aclii-d Miretitivrs and hirtii: Lcsvinps of all
YANKKE NoTHNd enuuh tj supply tlie Western
w h ! :iie or ivrtnu.
MOKK CKiH'KGKV than ever was mvle. sad at less
enough fur all Nurtheru Ohio ; hoot from f l.W to
are fnn: oil wtin a pt-rtrct man.
KKADY MADK CLoTHINU A lame stock of all
Yet from fvut- t $..(.(. Coir.e rtphi a'or.g with
wlit-re you can und the inrsess oit in utiio. ani tne
Uememtrertheplacr, NO. 3, K1YLUULOCK, WAKKEN,
rhruary 10. lh-w.-lf
D15EMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
X SOI TII OF TIIE CANAL.- -The
sui'srril.cr has row on haml, and a i ll attty
all timf k"rn a larsr l"t of 'All-a-
KI A'iKS, BKJISIEf' ami VTAWINS ou hanil, of erery
tlcHCrii'tion, style ali'l eraie of rirrs.
His rxiirrience in luinrss.ancl the extent of his shop
euuliles hiin to furnish any description of work in his
line, on the shorti-rt iossil.le notice, whether it le the
pntliny up nf a splendid BAKOI'CIIK, or the common
lll.'IKiV. the materials for which areata!! times kept on
His WORK 51 EN are nnsnn"sed by any in the conn
try, and his work shall equal if not surpass any eastern
Busies and Carriages realty for use, will h ex
changed f..r Lnmlier. Country Produce, or young Horses.
Seronil-hand Uurcie tak-n in eichanee for new ones.
CARKIAUK TUIMM1X09 alwa on hanJ, and for
sale at the lowest prices.
Those wishinz any work in my line of business, are
invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and they cannot fail to be pleased in regard to
both. Juy s:iop uanns; necomc a rw,iiciifc uc, a .id
leteruinrd to supfly and suit all who like ridinr in an
eleennt and easy Carriace, or the farmer who desires a
su'istantial farm or road wapon or cart.
I'aintine ami Trimmins done on short notice.
TpAll work manufactured at my shop is wirra nted.
Warren, March 4S, Iffil y U. C. BELDEN.
T? K. W1SELL Manufactu-Xia'V,
rer of Cnrriares, Bnj(rii-s and (V-
Wa-ons. rt'est side of the Mahomnjr nr-
er. Warren. Ohio, keens on hand a larse assortment in
his line, of the latest and most improred eastern styles,
anions: which may be found a larje lot of splendid Roek
aways. of rarions patterns, with one. two or three seats;
a rood supply of sliilins-seatCarriarrs, several of which
are on a new and Improved plan, havinr extension tops,
le:n different and far superior to anything ever mann
factmed in this section of country. Also a rw I assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Barries, ami two-horse
Wacom, all of which will lie sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Reserve. 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 prce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Slosl kinds of eoontry produce, good Lumber, and
second hand buggies takeu in exchange for fiuished
S. B. PAINTING and TUIKMIXO done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasunalile credit will be given to all responsible per
sons who may desire it All work done at his manuac
torv is warranted.
kememlier the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren. Ohio.
April !. KLI K. WISELL.
MIE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddins
llnmn am oneniug their larce Stock of Spring
Uoods, which comprises au assortment of every style
of Staple an 1 Fancy Dry Ooods, Straw Good. Par
asols. Carietins, Paper Uangiugs, Crockery, Groce
ries, fcCa, stc.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
sive rariety of Ladies' Dr ss Goods. Bonnets and Bonnet
Kihiions, Embroideries. Shawls, Mantillas, ate., in all
the latest and most fashionable stvles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Lineus. Linen Sheet
ings, Pillow t'ase Li-iens, Shirting Linens, te.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
the best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be dtriU as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April li.
V17ARREN SASH, Blind and Door
T T Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren. O. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH. BMN'DS and
IKKIKS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sasli, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sites in use, and of the best
quality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture of VKSITIAX
BLINDS, In all its branches, which we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore offered to the public.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment will be warranted,
as we use nothing hut the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
deavors to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
all improvements in our Imsiness, aud conversant with
all kite styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would invite all wishing to purchase the above ar
ticles, to call at our oftice. where we will be found at all
hours of the day, for we shall give our constant per
lonal suuerintenuance to the details of our business.
E. SPEAR. SON.
jan 19, 1S53. Successors to Edward Spear.
nXCE MORE IN THE FIELD. The
snbcrilrers baring been driren
from their old quarters on Market
St., Iy the recent fire, would inform
the pui i lie that they are to be fonnd
on Main St., in the room formerly
occimed hv Mr. Mltliken, two doors
frm Smiths Sc. McComl-s, where they are just receirinr?
ft large and complete stock of X EW GOODS in their
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which they can recommeud to customers as both good
Our Lirre stock of Sew Goods of Gents Fine French
Calf and Morocco Boots ; Fine Congress and other style
of Gaiters ; 1'ateut Leather Shoes ; Slippers ; Dancing
Fine French Gaiters of Tarious colors and new and
beautiful styles ; Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes, Buskins, and in short, erery rariety of this
kind of ;oods which could he desired. Also a complete
stock of Misses' Gaiters, Bootes. Buskins and Slippers
of rarions style and colors, together with a full assort
ment of Boys and Youths' Shoes, both fine and coarse,
and all kinds of Children Shoes.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHERS !
Particular tlution is called to the fact that our stock
o( Leather, Findinirs and Shoemakers Tools, has been
recently largely increased, consisting; of Sole Leather,
French Calf, American ditto. Enameled Leather, Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Rubier Cloths. Linings, Kindinrs and
Findings 7enerally,incladinc; Hammers, Pinchers,Shoe
Knires, Wheels, Irons, Pejrs, She-Nails, ine Nails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and Saddlers Thread, Bristles,
leasts large lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
afall thin:i pertaining to the trade.
Remem!er the place. No. 6. Main St.. and yoa will not
icgret giving us a call. W.fc B. CRANAGE.
Warren, May IT 1.
PLOWS. PLOWS. We are now ma
king and keep constantly on hand the following
popular Plows :
Long's No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michig:tn Doable. do
Suh Soil, do
Cultivators with C ut Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
rep:iired ou short notucc
Jan. 1J. T.II. MOtlLEY cc Co.
EA. SMITH k CO., (Late Hovt,
Bro. Co-,) NO. 5, MAIN STREET, WARREN,
(. Dealers in Dnifs, Medicines and Chemical, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, ke. Also, a full
assurtmeut of I' tints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes
Brushes, A.c. Sole ageuts in the place for the sale of
J:iynes Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct frm the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
STOVES, TIX WARE, Jbc TIIE
KING OF STOVES, for salt by B. P. Jameson fc
Co., with a new ar.d elevated oveu the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton. ele.sted
oven. Premium, elevated oveu, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Rights &tove.
BP. JAMESON k CO., continue to
manufacture Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper beaters.
Eave-trouglis put up on short notice, and warranted
of good material; aUo, all kinds of Job Work done in
go oil sty le.
Warren. March 20. lHsVI.
'PHE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
JL We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it surnassess any other kind of
plow iu use. Several premiums have been awarded it
at State and County Fairs. T. II. UOltLKY Co.
Jan. 19, li-l.
Dollar add Fifty Cents per bushel. Will you use
a poor Plow, when at Slorley FounJry they keuu a
rood article, and warrant them.
March 5, IfH.
JL T. u
HE STAR TLOW, Manufactured by
lny other Plow in the State of Ohio, except the Michixan
Djuide Plow. mar. a, w
STOVES, TINWARE, &c. New
Shop on Jlarket Street. Those who wish to '
nurehase thincs in hs line are invited to call at
the shop of E. O HOLLINliSW'OKTII. at Cranage's old
stand. 3 doors below Kmpire Hail, .Market St., where
they will find a large assortment of Stoves, Tuiware,
Japanned-ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Urass
Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kinds, Cnaar and Good.
Call at llollins-sworth's before you buy. Job-work
and reiairiu? done on tvasona'-le t.-rms and with de
spatch. liOLLIXUSWOKTII FITCII.
Warren. October 13. '53.
piIE GREATEST Side Splitter t)f the
JL As The Chronicle of Pi.ievilK TVs fioik em
braces ' sketches of ainuiini; scenes, incidents, an.l
cli;iract.-rs of tjoria and A!i'auia, l y the author ol
Masor Jones Courtship, at
dec !!') 11AXIWIX'S.
T l'AIXE. M. D Has returned
from his visit to the En-tttrrn Hospitals, and
w.B regime a s practice as Physician an I Surgeon. Of.
fle an.l reide.ice as form rly, 0:1 llijh S:reet, Warren,
((hio. D-"- 2 1 4-
IRYSTALLIXE & VARIEGA I EL
i'ASII BALLS. Brown Windsor anil Tmnsweu.
Soap in rakes and bars, and Colgate s Lhemical Olive
Soap. For sale at
May 31. POKTFTt Jt 0os
TbOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
V T Not selling forCi eenl pr ynr I, at the
jan 3 WARREN Dill" IHXlR iTORK.
rpiIE CHIME The great Sinking
1 lliok of th iriim. a n it:e of wVel ri'l be
seen in another column, h is iu t lc.;ii reeriv 1 1 s- lar.e
quantity, at A1A3.S' UOKiJIiri, and is sl 114
rapidly. 1 13;
OOTS SHOES. a:id l eat!n-r t tlie
10,-t. 4 i x rtv on!: STfn
SE3AST0P0L ! Sunender of tie All es ! !
upon that well fortified post, which continued for sever
al diiwharre of small arms, i tkm pUasure, ho ever, ir record
in? to retire frcm the scene of actio a with woun led ftl
Incs is ayiin in command, and toaes pleasure in oUering to his
STOCK OF GOODS,
auons;mhich my he foucd an extensive assortment of ni
nt- ofall kinds til of which will he sold cheaper than
iv, I will supply yoa mt Utrrn prices. You need only
convinced that the ptare to huy your y xU is mt the Old Km-
Vrren. OIhu, where you can hod a large stock ox all
DOMESTIC DRV GOODS
will positively he sold 5 percent, less than hy any ether
my stock of Cloths. Cassimeres, Doeskins, SttU-ttta,
qualities and prices.
OHIO ! JAMES II. KIBBEK.
tt !- "
which the Uw reiuires All kinds of Domestic, Brown and
Jlemisphen, and at prices that cannot fail to pleas, at
than my former extreme low prices. Boots and Shoes
and a:l other goods iu pru portion. Call soon, as they
kinds, finalities and prices. Pants from 91.00 to S 0O
your r.U and produce to the Great Emporium of the West,
THE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
the Ur?fst. cheapest snd he selected stock of
UI.OCL1.1E5 AM) YANKEK NOTIONS
in the County, was awarded to DrML.r dc d it art. who
have jost receire'l the most complete assortment erer
ocered to the people or Old Tmmhull. fnrchased since
the rreat decline in prices, which enables them to offer
ine follow tn;projrrasao.e of Eatanies, irinkahies. near
aMesand Fancybles, at rates which will astonish poll
ticlanstKnow-Nothii!,r!i, dec. all of whom with the rest
or "hnoian critters, are invited to attend the show,
free gratis for notliin, children half price, and inspect
uie siock, consisung in part of
!' Boxes Raisins. 50 Bars Rio Coffee.
SO " Kusin Soaps. 10 Packets Jara do.
50 M assorted kinds. 60 Chests Tea, all prices.
3H) dox. Lyon's Katharion. 50 Bars Pepper.
90 Bxs Lon Nose Pipes. H-0 Mats Cassia.
'. a-cs A I spire. 50 doa. Scotch Ale.
10 dox. Jars Pickles. 50 Lomloa Porter.
50 Dxs Sola Biscuit. 50 M Cisar., all crades.
51 bia. Butter Crackers. tl bbla. C C 8n?ar.
10 Water do. SO Powdered do.
1 9n?ar do. 10 44 Crashed do.
10 hhds. N. O. Su.ar. 500 rro. Matches.
50 bMs. Mnlasses. 50 Batts 5a ec Tobacco.
10 " 8 H syrup. 50 Fancy Brands, do.
50 dox. German Meerschaum. Chocolate ; Cocoa ;
ti round Pepier and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
Fountain Starch, the nicest thins out: Cornstarch.
Tapiocca, Farina, fce., fur Pv Minjs ; 50 Boxes Stearin
Candle ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; VO gross Pint aud
X Pint Flasks ; 3 gross Wicker Flasks ; Almonds
Brazil Nuts, FiUerts ; Peccsns ; English Walnuts
Pea Nuts ; Citron : Zanto Currants ; Prunes , Seedless
Raisins; Cot-and-Urr Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Urandies ; H ines ; Kum ; titn and Whisky, by tne bar
rel. A complete assortment of lankee Motions, Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Memorandums, dee., ail of which
is offered to the Joblitng Trade at a small ad ranee from
New York prices. We hare not the time or space to
enumerate our stock in full, but lest our plea on the
nope that "lOL will call, sec, arT. and Anally, In
the second place, seventeen thly, we beg leave to sub
scriue ourselves "Truly ourn,
DUN LAP & STEWART,
4 4" Mark Strttt,
Warren, Not. 1, 154.
EY LYME WATER CURE.
Tbe abore establishment still continues in sue
cessful operation, and is about to commence upon it's
fourth season. The largely increased numlier of pa
tients treated at tbe establishment the past year, and
the tare numler of cures effected induce the suiscri
ber to believe that no place affords superior advantages
ror treatment. The above eclaMishmcnt is located in
New Lyme, Ashtabula County, Ohio- Terms from S'X
to sixht dollars per week, according to rooms taken
and attention riven, payable weekly invariably. For
examination, and advice for those that do not stay at
thecurefl; tor examination and wnten prescription
lor home treatment 3-'. r. hJLi. AL. il. f ropietr.
New Lyme, Jan 1-th, V3m
riARPETIXG. Rovl " Wilton." lira
:!, Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and llemp, and
enetian, at the
FRENCH MERIN0ES, the largest
and most complete of colors in town. Also Co-
burgs, all wool Gala Plaids and Detains. Muslin si I
Berges and other Dress Goods by the piece or yard, a
the AEW lUKK 3TUKK,
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
a. tne time. I'ACKaKU at BAKLM
Oct. ii. Ifi4.
TDD1NGS fe MORGAN are now re
a. ceiving their FALL STOCK Or GOODS, emhracins
s very larte assortment in all the departments of their
trade. The roods have been nought at the lowest
orices of the depressed market with tlie special refer
ence to tne srsisoisnr or umes,ani will be sold ac
cordingly. For Goods at low prices inquire at the
loct ii EMPIRE STORE.
L 500 Lichu "x 9 Extra Quality, at - - - 3
5" KM) " 810 " - - - - . 3c
1IJWI " 9x14 " ... 4 c
iuuu luxis . . . a vc
Other siies In proportion. Orders for Blinds and
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
eqnai to the best. PACKARD fc BA&X CM, Ag'U.
Warren, Ohio, Dec. 87.
CHOICE SELECTION of lon?
X JL and sijuare B roc ha and Bay State Shawls, sold
eheap, at the
jan 3 WARREX DRY 000D3 ST0R8.
-LI Slow customers, and all others owing us
money past due, are respectfully informed that they
must pay us. We sell our roods at cash prices, and
expec; cash for dem sometime. A word to the wise
is sufficient oct 18 PACKARD BARNUM.
NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
The subscribers are now receiving a laree and
desirable Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy aU
competition for rfdy-pmf, or in exchange for Produce,
approved credit on short time will be riven.
Warren, Oct. Id, C. & M MOSER.
A SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
Ji V 1st farmer. Neighbor, what Plow do yoa use ?
Sad1 termer. Well, I have J. Lone's No. 4. and
several other kinds, but Moriey's Star Plow beau them
1st Farmer. I must go to Warren and fet a Stir
Plow. (Goes to Warren and re turns in course of the
Ime Farmer. Hallo, neighbor, what have 70a got
let Farmer. One of Morley s Doable Plows. lie says
it beau the Star Plow, and no mistake.
imd Farmer. Can't be possible ! bat f it does, I
will buy one. (it eetk Farmere, end try the Pleme.)
The Doable Plow proves to be the best ; in fact it does
better work than any single Plow can do. This we guar
tee, or no sale. T. II. ilORLKY Co.
April 5, lje-4.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
yon who wish to sow any Spelter Wheat, can be
supplied with this valuaMe and new species of grain
hy calling soon at the Monroe House. Winter Barlsj
for seed only, can also be had.
W arren, Sept 0, loj4. AUGUSTUS GRAETKR.
LACES and Embroideries, Horn ton
Collars, etc., to which tbe attention of the Ladies
is invited, at the (apri) NEW-YORK STORE
nfs PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
sale cheaper than the cheapest, at the
JEW YORK STORE.
usual full stock of f&i-L and Wimth Goods, bought
since tne Ule DKCLINB IS P KICKS, to which tbey
Invite the atteutiou of their friends, former patrons
and the iublic, simply remarking that they are scvaa
to sa CHDcasoLO. sep. 27.
SILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bou
nets, which art worthy the attention of the ladies.
Oct. -I. K KW YOKK STORK.
ES I' NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
That hig lot has this dav arrived.
PACKARD dc BARNUM.
CARL). We do not mean to offend
any body, but we must hare oar Notes and Ac-
cuants settled, or we will be obliged to leave them at
the Squires' Othce for collection.
Warren. Nov. 1, 'it. JAS. MrCOXXELL.
')AA FEET CLEAR, DRY, PINE
JVVVLCMBER, lj,. Mi, 13 and inches thick,
suitable for Sash, Bliuds an.l Doors, for sale by
Oct 'ii, lJ-04. PACK RI ItlKVM.
FRENCH MERI-N0ES, PAKAAiAl
TAS, Cohurxs. Mohair, Lustres, Alpaccas and
Cashmeres, selling at reduced once, it the
jau 3 WAKKLN LRV OOO0S STORE.
SILKS! SILKS ! A lar-e quantity
and variety, comprising high Lustred Black, PUid,
Siripes and ChaseeaSle. Also, a variety of Bonnet
Silks and Satins, cheaper than ever, at the
jan 3 WARKKN DRT GOODS STORE
BLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths ;
a superior ttoality of yard wide Black Silk Telt et,
for Cloaks, Mantillas, etc., at the
jan 3 WAHKKN DRT GOODS STORE.
SPANISH MOSS by thebaic orlb.
Alcove Ru;s, Silver Terrt-us, Full Plate Crescent
llarues Tricinuiigs, best quality Spurs, and Seaming
June i r.TCn ALLISON'S.
H ARXESS VARNISH, Whip Lasbes,
Lojr and Trace Chains, Kreecl-ins; Lops, Brasi
and Stiver Ileitis and Chains, Carriage Knobs
Japanned, Silver Brass and p:ttett, at ,
june PATCH fc 'TON 8.
Via of our I'nion.
To e h:id at
The American Crusader.
SORTER & Co.'s NEW DRUG
STORE. Thr: nnmrietnrs of this estahltsliment
tike plea-mro in anoouncitifr to the pntdic.thatnntwuh
standi nt; the late tire which destroyed a larpe portion ol
our t.txxls. we areaain open and in full operation. at
N. 3, M:irketSt., W;irrn,0., where we are daily re
ceivin; Freh Drus direct rom New York and Fhlla
delphia, which we are otferins; for C-sa at prices that
cannot fail ririnf satisfaction.
D00KS AND OUT, Or Views
from the Chimney Corner, elegantly illustrated
omplrt- iu 1 vol. 1-Mo price ltHi. A few copies just
aeceired nt AIM MS.
i T BALDWIN'S MRS. ANN S.
i V STEVKNS' Complete Guide to Crotchet and Pan
cy Kuilting, suilaUe for lloil.day Gifts. (lcc
JL t prim
1M0TIIY SEED. A few Bushels
se.l for scle ty
ARUELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT
y Moan's Oictmeut, just ree'd acd for sal at
jan i4 E. A. SMITH A Cit'
L'TOBIOGRAI'HY OK BXRNUM
an I tlreely, at ian i4 BALDWIN'S.
1 7 1 U Q A LM AN A C3 for 1855. at
if-'-' I BALDWIV".
RATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman.
IA rroprietor. aaat aid rnbUc Sqcart. Warrea. 0.
EAGLE HOUSE, by George T. Hull.
Market street. Warren, O. fifth door aaat f ta.
DOLT. J. DAVIS, Eclectic Phts
riin ssd Srs.ro is OSca in Klcaola' Bat Iter,
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians will fed a foil stock f Bclrcti
llediciues for sale by Does. Davis at tba abv placw.
7M. M. EAMES. M. D., Physician.
T Surseon and Dentist, Windham. Totxaga Ca-, O.
oct Si-9t UU)
AMES JACKSON, Physician and
Surjteon, office on Sooth side mt Market street, (up
stairs.) four doors East of the Bank. Warren, O. apr M
DR. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon, BloomlUld. Trombqll Co., 0.
EW. T0WNSEND, M. D., Homeo-
pathie Physician, Office in Sotlift" Brick Block,
ear the American Hotel Warren, 0. apr 1 y
T0HNB. & JULIAN HARMON,
ft Physicians and Sarreous, of&c. North Sid. of tbw
Pnblic Siiuare, Warren. O. Oct SO y
j. raRKKLL. a. n.
T. vr. rasssLL, X. .
J& T. W. FARRELL, Physician3 and
Surgeons. Office and residence en Liberty St
oath .f the Episcopal Church, Warren. 0. mar lOy
PAINeTm. D., Physician and
Surgeon. Particular attention flvcm t. th.
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Lang Diseases Of
Ace and residenc on High street. mar 2
IL & A. 0. FULLER, Attorneys at
Law, Office over ftitb. dc McCombs Store. Cor
ner Block, Warren. O. Jan. 1st 1CM. lyS
i LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
A. Special attention (riven to collection, and the
prosecution of Pension and Bounty Land claims.
Wa-rea 0. jan W 'W-ly-3.
PHILO E. REED, Attorney at Law.
Warren, Ohio. Office aver Sew Tork Stare.
may 10, 'M-tf
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, TrnmboU Caw 0.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun
sellor at Law, over Smith 4t XcComb'a Star,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0.
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law.
f J and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claim.
Office over Smiths ss McCombs' Store, Warren, 0. marl
. r. Borrnaii.
R. W. UTUfff.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office on Liberty 8k, Warrea, 0-, wppw
siLs the Court House.
is. s. lksowtt. J. nouon cox.
LEGGETT t COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law. Office over Moser' Store,
Market street. Warren, O. J. 1&-OI
a. r. cvsTuts.
HUTCHINS & CURTISS, Attorneya
at Law. Office on North Main street. Mar th
residence of John Hutchins, Warren, 0. aaf 1 tf
OUTLIFF & TUTTLE, Attorney at
KD Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Warrea, Truss
bull county, O., still continue their basin ess at their e4
office, on iliga street, tws door went of tbw Ajawieaa
House. mar 4 f
BP. JAMESON & Co.. Dealers ia
Stoves, Copper and Sheet Iron War, Tin,
Cheese Vau, M.C-, No. 10 Main 8L, Warren, 0. mar M
E SPEAR St SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors and Window Blind. Factory i
Market Street, East of In Bank, Warren, 0. Jan Mr
FELLOWS fc MORLEY, Manufactu
rer of Plow. Cultivators, ate. Shop cast of Tay
lor Warehouse, on th Canal, Warren, 0. sep JOsf
JOHN j7 GUNNING, Carriage and
Wagon Shop, on Pin street, midway between Seatth
and Market sts.. Warren, 0. mar 1
4 L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
xV. Brooks.) Wholesale and Ketail Denier inHare
ware. Cutlery, Ac. Warren, Ohi nor 88
GEO. T. T0WNSEND, Cabinet aad
Cha Maker, Girard, Trumbull, Co 0. Coffins
made and delivered on the shortest notice. Faasdrala
attended without extra charge for Hearse. aug
H. MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
JL rer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Castinrs een
rally. Foundry en the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
house. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
Ohio. sep 31) tf
H0LLINGSW0RTH t FITCH.
Dealers in Stoves, Tin Wars, Japanned War,
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren. O. mar 9
RA. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
. and Ketail Bookseller. 33 Main Street, a few
door south of the Post Office, Warren, 0. nor 1
JULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacture.
(J and Dealer in Clocks, Watch, Jewelry, Ski
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street. Empire
Block, Warren, O. Watches carefully repaired and
warranted. Jus 7
PATCH St ALLISON, Dealers in Sad!
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimming, and Mana
mcturers of Saddles, Bridle. Harness, Trunks, Valise,
fcc. Main street. Warren, 0.
TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers in
JL Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpetine, Sole Leather, Jtc-, at th Sign es
the Empire Siere, Warren, O.
GSc M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoe. Hats, Caps, Ready Mad
C lothing, ate.. Market Street, Warren, 0. aaf S
P TRKS St WENTZ, Dealers in For
eiga and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery. Boo,
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shade, JUady Made Clothing, itc, always cheap
lor ready pay at th Mew-York Store.
YYALTER KING "& S0N, Dealers in
T Watches, Clock. Jewelry. Silver Plated aad
Brittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, Jtc He. , Main
street. Warren. 0. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully repaired and warranted. mar S
ACKARD fe BARNUM, (Sueces-
son to Warren Packard.) Wholesale and Ketail
ueaier in foreign and American Hardware, Iron,
Paints, and Carriage Trinunings. th
si arren, u.
TAYLER, Forwarding and
-'- Commission Merchant, and dealer in Floor.
Salt, fish, Plaster, Jtc-, Warren, Ohio.
CE. LEf 'FIN G WELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Floor,
Salt, fish. Piaster. Jtc- fcc. Warren, 0. mar 31 if
CTEVENS St CoTCommission Mer-
chants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Salerato, Tieh.
rru't,and froUuce generally. Koa. 14 aud lb Second
Strt-t, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, 0.
Rf aaaavta: Dickson, Biggs Js Co.; Wilshire, Bris
tol, a.-. John Swaaey Jt Co.; Swasey Wis ; Harri-
s. m llooper ; Kennet it Dudley, and Merchanu gen
erilly. pr 31 T
I0SEPII HAZELDINE, Dealer ia
t) Bishop it Child's Melodeons. Mr. HaseMIn
keeps constantly on hand the nest Melodeons. which a
will furnish at manufacturer's price, at Farmingtan,
Trumbull county. O. Instructions given gratia l pur
chasers. Kepainng and tuning dona with l
LAWS, RHODES fe BARR, General
rrodace Commission Merchant, No. KS West C
lumhus Su. Cincinnati. 0. (Customer on the BeaerT
are referred to J. M. Brown, North Bloamnetd.) aprt
jTw. eaooas. ncrc Tnona.
pROOKS Sr THOMAS, Fashionable
1 J Tailera, rooms jver Nichols' Hat Store, Main St,
n'arren. Ohio. Particular attention paid te catting,
and warranted to fit if properly made up. fee
C, ATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
) field tl Co.'s Celebrated Vegetable Cattle Powder
' antly on hand and for sale in large or small ooaa
I ' 1 1 ny the subscribers, who ar sola Agent for thin
N. B. None are genuine nnless procured of
March 1. lreg-tf C. at M. MPS KB. Agt.
DOORS, DOORS, D00RS.-To Con
tractor. Carpenters and Builder. W can furnish
yoa with Panel Doors of all style, a great deal cheaper
than yoa can make them hy hand, (and a good if not
better.) Call and examine our work and price.; yew
will b suited with both. A liberal dismount to whola
ale traders. X A r It AX. tt 80S.
A LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
XX MEDICINES, Ayer' Cherry Pectoral, and Ot
good's India Cholagogue, for sale by
May 31. FOKTEB fc Co.
1?0R SALE. TLe Dwellinif House
snd Lot. situated en south side of lllrh streecand
east side of the one now occupied by Dr. Wm. Pain.
For particlars itiy to
Jai.3 K. P. MICKSCH.
PACKARD St BARNUM have Ji
10 Ton good Pittsburgh dorse Shoe Bar.
1 Norwegian Nail Bod.
0 Bar Sx, Sweede Iron,
io " " Juniatta Uamnered d.
Ul " Sleill Shoes Steel.
1 Sett Bnry Springs, assorted.
H - Common and Patent Axle.
Ca'l as asaal, at t"ie lar-est a. I .l lest Tf irJwTV
'tore in the West, d PACK4KD BAB.iTM.
0CHINEAL, Ctidboar. M riare ol
Tin, Chemic for Coloring Green, and dy uUs at
every dewript .n. tor sal lew by
May 31. PORTEB Co.
HUE LANDS OF TIIE SARACEN.
or picture of Palestine, Asia Miner, Sicilv
St n. Bayard Tayluc lax wore
i-rt at J '" 'ei.
lea Cikxcs rave