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Address Cards, Inserted Tor the year, at SI 00 per
TIaving a well selected assortment of Job Printin
material, we are prepared to execute in the very
manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and
Printing, rvII ,
Check Bonk. Bill Head',
Justices' Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks,
Show Bills, CertiBeates,
Rills. Bank Check,
Store Bills, Bills of Lading,
Ball Tickets. Manifest, etc.
t thin. Hone in the shape of Printing,
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Justice' and Constables' Blanks,
WARRANTEE. MORTGAGE A) QUIT CLAIM DEEDS,
cxaoas, Biict-Tioiu, scamta, nc,
Constantlr on hand and for sale.
Warren, Feb. 14
Vl . Si T I Wheat. bushel, - t?
Timothy Seel. - 4 OUjCorn. - -
Feather. lh. - So do Shelled, - I
Cheese - - Oata, -
White Beans, - - S Wl Dried Apple, 9 -
Bay, ton, - li 0 Ih-ied Peaches, -Egg.
Pdoien, 12 S Floor,
r.ndl. . - 16 Bacon Shoulder,
Boner. 44 - - 16. Sides, - - 6
Tallow, " - - 12, Hams,
Lard, 9 pound. - - 9 Suear Cured I Urns,
Bait, barrel, - - S3 25 Fish, V lb.. - -
Uew York Teb. 11
lloar. S,37 9 8.50. Corn, tl. Mce Pork, 1S0
. Cleveland. Feb, 14.
Tl.oi, tJM& 0. Corn,68ct(. Oats. 40c.
ter 16 locts. Cheese, c Tallow, 11 licts.
. flour, no sale.
Butter, firkin lie
Com. Pica. Cheese, 10c
7 THE KNOW NOTHING AL-
MAN AC. and American Manual.
- To rire an idea of the character of the work re sub
join a partial list or its contents.
A history of the American Party and It principles
from the days of asbiniton up to the present time.
America for Americans 180 Acre of Laud for every
American Man, Woman and Child.
Bomaa Mysteries exposed. .
- Principles of the Jesuit. .
Opinion of dmineui men.
Washington a "Know Nothing."
. Jeffenon a -Know Nothing."
Webster a "Know Sothing."
Secret instructions of the J esc its.
Influence of Momish Priest at Elections.
Count Raimond's Degradation (with woodcut.)
Massacre of American by the Irish Catholics, in
Death of shiffier.
" The American Flag desecrated and destroyed by pa
Convents exposed Miss Bunkley and th Emmett
bsrg Konnery. Iler escape, ate
The Jesuits and the Widows.
The Bomish.Curse the Buhop's oath, and the Jesuit's
The Leopold Foundation (By Professor Morse.)
Amei ican boots destroyed by Catholic Teachers.
Morality of Komaniam.
Komanism inimical to Republicanism.
- Influence and power of Foreigners.
With fine engravings J ost received at
Mar. 14. '55. ADAM", BOOKSTORE.
REMINGTON'S PATENT COFFEE
POT restiasonuUs In faror of the same.
We the juidersifrned, aarine used Kensington's Patent
Coflec rot. lake pleasure in recommending it, a an ar
ticle worthy of general patronage, it being superior so
toe cones Pot ia common ue
C. 8. Porter,
J. K Brawn,
J. 6. Brooks.
M. B. Tayler,
Jacob H. Baldwin,
John A. Wood,
J. R. Woods,
P. T. Barvlett,
H. W. Smith,
J. W. Brooks,
I us satisfied that it renders the coffee liquid more
pure, and is great saving in tne ouantity to be used,
sai attended with lea trouble and expense. -
U B- lliiaos, Warren, Ohio.
' I will sell County Right in too state of Ohio, on
mca terms as will insure a handsome profit to tne pur
chaser. Address J.J.SMITH,
Care of E. Leland, S. 28 Superior St., Cleveland, 0.
1' Th, ubscriber, having sold his his farm, would
hereby give notice that he will sell at vendue, without
reserve or side bidding, to the highest bidder oa Fri
day, the 30th insu, hi targe and entire stock of par
Mnal property ; -consisting af Sleds, Plows; Stone
boat, scraper, seven good Chain, steel Teeth Cultiva
tor, (new.) new Joint Harrow, three good Stores, a
good Caadle, Scythes, five kihds of Shovels, Grind
tone, a large lot of Iran and Iron Ware, one Sulky,
several Harnesses, one Saddle, one hand, wood and
cross-cat Saw, a set of Blacksmiths tools. lot of
Plank and Boards and Scantling, a good Boiler, a Fan-
ilir-lIilL A W f tfM ,1.4 nna SmhuuI Vl
enantity of spring Wheat, sosae grass seed . Chairs, Ta
ble and Tin Ware, s good two Horse Waggon, one
good hog, a fine yoke of fire year sld Oxen, one Cow,
and a pair of Cote if not sold before theOay of sal j,
at private sale, and various other articles to numerous
to mention. Sale to commence at nine o'clock A. M.
Ttxju : Credit of one year, with interest, on all
sans aver three dollars, with approved security.
, TU0. A. THOMSON.
Tergon. Mar. 14 lw. '
DK. H. TUBBS
X PRIL APPOINTMENTS.
-sTjV. Dr. H. TUBBS, Analytic Physician, win be at his
room. Warren, Gaskill House, Tuesday, April 13.
Omsrcu, Mr. Eaton's, Saturday afternoon, April 14.
Kstzmwa, Prentiss House. Monday and Tuesdar
April, ith and 9th. - w.
Thjse afflicted with Chronic diseases of the liver,
lamg. Kidney er spleen Infiamations, Rheumatism,
Asthma, Shortness of breath or difficulty of Breathing,
Iypepi, Dropsy, Weakness or Nervous debility.
Restlessness, Loss of Appetite. Constipation. Deranre-
nent of the 8tomacen, Uillious Affections, Gravel,
White Swelling, or any long standing diseaae, are in
cited to call ,
wo causes ros coxarrTATtos !
Dr. Tnblia neither bleeds nor blisters, n.r i he a
Borneo pathist ; he never asea Mercury, Antimony, Ar
senic, or any other Minerals, a mtJirml agents; nor is
be a Thompsonisa he neither steam nor gives emetics.
His theory of disease differ from all other that hare
been adoiited, but not more so than doe hi system ol
treatment. He does not ssss Buk tm mutt , not
soar stsi to iaid a again ; nor allay irritation by
patching up with emwdyas.
Patients shoald mark well the date given above.
Our entire tun being pre-engaged, attendance most
aocord strictly with published announcement.
An unbiased opinion as to the probability of a ear
Is always given sabiecting tne patient to no expense
vithoat a reasonable prospect of suceess.
Th attention of Invalid Is called to the following.
Mr. Csax a health resaauis excellent.
Koawsts, February, 1354.
- Da. Tease Sir : Believing that my life has been pro
longed by your treatment, and desiring that other may
imfi by your experience, I send you the following
statement for publication. In Central America. Mar.
14, 1B54, 1 was attacked with B'llioae Remitting Fever;
several leading physicians attended me while thereT
and oa my return passage Fever left me weak with pro-'
fuse cold sweats at nigbl, which continued until after I
aawyoa. Liver became enlarged, stomach and aSdo
taen much bloated, and bowels so constipate.!, that lit
Ue er no movement occurred for ten or twelve day ia
aeceasioa, UBles forced by cathartics, wtiich, in turn,
seemed t aggravate rather than relieve. A cough set
in which became incessant and with constant torturing
riin. I eould find no rest in any position da or night,
slept hot little. Expectorations were incredibly large,
frequently exceeding a quart of ropy su'istance during
the night. Countenance was sallow and death-like. I
hid been at home nine months before consulting yon.
Neither the change ef climate nor the skill of our phy
sicians helped me. On the contrary.! grew worse and
worse, until plrj sicians thought treatment of liule avail,
and neighbor, a wel as myself, regarded drain inev
itable, aad near at hand. I receive I your first pre
scription earty in March last, and was under treatsseat
awtH the first ef Angust. at which time I comnvnceJ
labor. See then I hive had no cough or expect) a
tion, a niglit sweats, indigestion or enstiveuess. I
now feel perfectly well, as well as ev-r in my 1 f -.
We the nnd-rsigned. citisets of horwalk, Huron C -O..
have carefully examined the statement of Mr. t ae
to Dr. H. Tubbs. In relation to the disease which Le. o i
trarted white in Central America, sod from ur uerjon
1 acquaintance with Sr. Case, and frequent observv
tionof the condition of h s health. we hare rs bes tv
tioa la saying that we believe hi KatemeU tr c Is
A. G. Sutton, Senator of Ohio ; Chas. B. Stickney
"rebate Ju le, Huron countv ; M. C. Baily. Justice of
the Peace: M. Kcll.le, Notary Public Mar. 14, 'ii-m
ay. U not sold by private sale.it will ae .tiered at
Auction, toyether with Ilnusehiild Furoitare. f)adUeri'
arcoo Tuesday, April 3.1 Ifii, betweeu twelve and
soar P. M. Apply o paid to
JAMES TlHiMl'SOS, Kinsman, Trumbull Co, 0
. Mar. 14. 'i -ill
trtftnv'TVf vno it " , : ;
-y U A A tiAf uo. tonreSS narin'r
jm- aassea a law giving row acre or lwd to each sol
euer was has served ia the armies ol the Totted States
Sine. A. D. 178U, for a period of feurteea days at least,
and to tbs minor children of tboss d; -ased, and to
art tows ia eerteia ease. I propose to at a an aceut
w.. wm-.u4. iw mnn woo win enrpioy me.
I w.H do the basiness o. as favora' le terms asanv one.
I ""J ae foaud at the Croaiole oMe from to H A. M.
ail trom 1 to i P. M. TUOMA D. WEBB.
eTrrea, Mar. 7. S 'IS.
C1 tiLiHt:t.S OF POLAND SEED
OATS, a gopevior article, for sale by the sub eri-
' ABBI- MEBWIK.
Ptowta Falls, Mar. lk . U
CALK ! S LK ! OF 11 KA L ESTATE
O .y Her of Court. On tl. Vih Any of Muvh,
I. ISo, at one o'clck io the afbTiiotm, on the
i ? in th tuvnbii of Lihrrty, will be oM to
bifrh-rt t.iitJer, tito followiut Kel Estate ae the prof-
city of Mary Aa erm, dcc-rvcd. to wit : A eertrin
pi -we of land iituntfl io Linerty township, eon my
Titimbull. ana M-atr ni tjriio, ictit tn th c-.nil
of townhijs of the Connectirnt Western Itrscrre.
3 of rnitit. and bounded f-tiiuvn, iwiny part
So. "JO iu flail township: R"-tirliiE At the southeast
corner of wtd scotion N j Vti. thence north
wct,en th east line of tul cvtinq of Jn!n
land, thrnc e witfrtr n iid l,ty line an far tliat
line drawn parall 1 with th- first nentionf -I line
to the iith line of s.ti. mretion No.tiOvill
tain CSV) twentr arre of mnl.
Also another lot of land s!tut-d in nid ton!i'p
Lilcrty -.r-'resaid, known ry Jetn(f part tJ o. l'J
aid town-hip an ! hounded as follow.: !lo;imiinff
a point in the west line of s.tid lot at the south .rest
ner of land owned ly Is uic W.fres which U ?U chains
and IWiy links north from the sttttthet etiruer of
lot No. 10, -t he nee east alti the touth of
Wape Und thirty-fmr chains and forty seven
thence tooth so f:.r that a line ilrawa y-r-illel with
Kst ment owe-1 line or south line of wid Wajes land
the west I'ne of mid lot shall contain (T) seven acres
Term of s ile. One half cash in hand, one half
one vear with interest and securitr.
111 K AIM THOMAS. Adm'r of Mary Anderson,
By Paito K. &tkd, hit Atty.
IAXXY FERN, ONCE MORE
1- The Lire and beauties of Kanny cr.,a
bonk jnwt tuliiihed.
We eire bt-loa- a partial Tie of the content:
Of nius in PAnteletts.
Funny at school.
The Husland's death.
The Second Marriage.
Fanny at Church.
Fannr in Itniada-ay.
A Key to "Ruth Hall.',
A a-ord al-out S. t. Vt'illi.
All about Sntan.
Frivate history of Didamas Daisy, Ksq.
The Wed.lmp Dress.
Mrs. FarrintoP on Matrimony.
A srhijperto romantic Voung Ladies.
The other side.
V nny oa widosrers.
(Jth irdox testimony.
The mistake of a lifetime.
A wife's devotion.
Interesting to hashful men.
A Chaiaer on Clem-men. cc. tec. fcc.
A quantity just received at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE.
Price oce dollar. reb. a,
'TANHOPK BURLEIGH The Jes-
nits in oar homes. A novel. By Hclcw I) nr.
1 one elf pant 1- volume of 410 pages. Artistically Illus
trated witligfine ttateu JiasraviJigs; beaaUlully bound
, in KmhostPH Maslin.
This thrilliofrly interesting romance has created
profound sensation throuchout this free land. It
thrown the political parties of the United States into
unwonted agitation; it has alredy been the theme
discussion in many legislative bodies. The remark
exposition of the manner in which pa'tlie opinion
made in tit is country, to secure the eievmtation of
demojrues, at the expense of those inrtitu
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 Ispoisining our homes, and corrupting our
Ioimcs sod institutions, lis startlinc; revelation s-of
American society should be read by every friend of Hie
great movement now in progress, which is to releasa
our Eeikuhlic from the bondage of Rosa.ii C,tihm,k u.
leh. SI3 . or sale at BALDWIN'S.
"READY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1853.
.f Messrs. . L. GIBBS t CO., are a.lnirtinr this
system in their business at Windsor, Ashtalmla Co
where they are sell in r more goods, and at lower prices
thai any establishment in their vicinity. That is so
come and try Uiem! They wage war on hirh prices.
They have boucht their roods low, and are seeinc bow
cheap tliey can sell them and lire. Their motto
uutck sales and small profits a nimble sixpence is
better than a slow shilling."
Call and see them, and they will sell you roods lower
n you can buy them elsewhere and chare nothinff
for their trouble. They are clever fellows and delight
in showing roods at ail times give them a call
STATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
ss. Court of Common Pleas.
Patrick Man gin fc Co.
Britton, Peck, Grorer & Co. S,
C Jkioser, B. C. Uoyt 4 Co. t
The defendants Britton, Feck, (.rover sY Co.. vill
take notice that they are required to appear and ansver
on or before the 10th day of March next to a petition
filed this 10th day of February 1855, in said Court of
Common Pleas, by the plaintiffs Patrick Man ran Co.
The petition asks judgment for sisUU. arainst said
aeientuuit jtntton. i ect, urerer at to upon a con
tract for work and labor in constructor sections 47. 48
and 49 of the Cleveland, Ac Mahoning Rail Road, and
also for an equitable adjustment of the claims of the de-
fendanta S. 4c C. Moser. and E. E. Hoyt at Co- arainst
the plaintiffs and said Britton, Peck. G rover dc Co.
An attachment of property is also MQght. and the
Cleielaod 4t Mahoning Rail Scad Company served
with noitce as Garnisheer.
LEUUETT at COX, Atty s for PUT.
Feb. 14 '55. "9
"JT0TICE. The copartnership of John
It L. Week cc Co., i this dsy by mutual consent
dissolved. All persons indebted to the same Una are
requested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book account, pay to John L. Weeks, and those by note,
pay to A. Went. JOHN L. WEEKS.
Feb. 14th '55. A. WENTZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the business
aa heretofore at the old stand. . A good stock of cloth
and ready made clothing, and also a good assortment
of hats, and caps, constantly oa hand.
Feb. 91, '55. JOHN L. WEEKS.
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County, as. Court of Common Plea.
vs. Fetitioa for Divorce.
The defendant, David Roekfeller, will take notice,
that the said Ma caret Roekfeller, on the twentieth day
of February A. 1. 155, filed her petition in said court.
asking fcra divorce, aud alleging as a cause: 1st,
wilful absence for more than three year ; 2d, gross nee'
lect of duty. And that said cause will be for hearing
at the June term of said Court, A. D. 1855.
C. W. billTIi, Atty. for PUT.
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull Cj.,ss.
Court of Common Plea
v Actios for divorce Summon.
The defendant Benjamin Harmon, will take notice
thac be is required to appear and answer so a petition
filed this 8th day of February IMS, in said Court of
Common Pleas, by the plaintiff Ruthanna Harmon.
The petition asks a decree of divorce on the follow
ing grounds ; 1st, habitual drankenes for more than
three years, 2nd. gross neclect of duty. 3d. aduitry.
nutn t UUi, Attys for Plffs.
Feb. 14 1855.
ivTlDnrviiinniDfMiAn . . .
WAVtj.s liAIVOirj CjllUf , 6UU lied
on Market Street, at the east end of J. I., v.-.
uoruer s unci nioca, woere may he found a choice as
sortment ol Italian and Vermont Marble, Tomb Stones,
Monuments, spire and every thing in the Marble line
of the teat quality and finish, iu the bestot style.
All person that are in want of anything in
the above line, will find it to .their advantare to rive
me a call and examine nock and price befofe pnrchaa
inr elsewhere. Call and see. h. f. GaGER.
Mar. 14. '55. 1 y.
GOOD NEWS TO THE OLD SOL
DIERS ! Every soldier who aerved foortMtn
days in any war since 1790, or has been in battle, is en
titled to 100 acre of land. If deceased, widow and
minor children re entitled to the bounty. Widow of
Revolutionary soinier are also entitled: also Volun
teers at Plattshurrh and Lewistown. in 1P13, lc?14.and
ieli. Chaplains, Teamster and all connected with
the service, are included in the law.
Tlie experience and nteess.f the andersirniHi. in
the prosecution of Bounty Land and other claims, in
duces him to oner his service to the ftoldier. and oth
er interested in the prosecution of this claim I think
1 can rive satisfaction, and warrant success to all the
soldiers who may apply to me. I will Le found at my
n c- -1 . i - i i-.
viugg, utu r.miiii. fc jnwouws ecore.
J. t. ASHKR, Atly at Law.
Warren, Mar. 7, 3m.
vs. I Bait in Attachment.
John C. Tyle. )
At my instance, an order ia attachment was Issued
on the lOtil day of rebraary. A, D. IKSi, hy John Cra
mer, a Justice of the Peace, In Hubbard township,
Trumbull county, Ohio, arsinft the goods, chattels,
rights, credits, stocks and all interest in storks, mon
ies, and effect of said defendant, John C. Ty lee, who
is a non-resident of said county, for the ana or fire
dollar and fifty cents. Said suit stands for hearing on
the 5th day of April next, at ten o'clock A. M.
Hubbard, March 7, SS 09
GUARDIAN SALE OF KliAL ES
VJ TATfc, by order of Court.
On Saturday, the 31st day of March, A. D. IRiS, be
tween the hours of ten A. M. and two P. M., in the
Township ef fsrookfield. Trumbull county, Ohio, on
the (remises, will be sol-l to the highest bidder, the
following real estate, a the property ef George Leet,
dee'd: Situated in Isrookfield township, county of
Trumbull, State of Ohio, aud is known by being all or
lot number (i3) twenty-three, as laid oat and described
in the recorded town plot of said Brook he Id, and sup
posed toeonttinOne Hundred and twelve rods (J1J)
of land more or lesa, with the appurtenances thereun
to kcktnging. suliect to the dower of Jane Smith in said
land, term of ala saade known en the premises on
the day of sale. ALLISON CHEW,
Oaardian of Amelia and Lemira LeeC
By Jobs Urn suss, Atty. for Uuardian.
March 7, 5.. '4V
''HE STATE OF
The defer lam. Kuth Reed, who is a non-resident ol
Trumbull county, will take notice that at my instance,
an order in Attachment wn issued by Alva ilumeston.
a Justice of the Peace in Fowler, In laid eounry on toe
6tb day of Fet-ruarv, IKSi, for Twenty Five Dollars
against the goods, chatt ies, stocks, interest in toeks
wart, credits and effect or the said Kuth ReM &ui
cause stands for trial on theCth day of Aiiril at
one o'clock P. M. eaid defendant ran attend' and an-
"r"-, K.-v. BALDWIN.
Fowler Fob. 1 j. JiT'
IA The Stockhold rs of the Mahoning PUnk Road
Company, are requested to meet at the Court house, in
the town of CauAeld. Mahoning county, Ohio on tlie
i"lh day of March. A. II. lti.ii.at elveu o'clock A. M..
furthe purpose of electing tne requisite number of Bi'
rectors of said road for theeasoing year, and for trans
acting such other basiaess as may come before tuem.
No toll will be charged to said rltoekbolders oa sail
day By srder ef the tt'ianl ef Directors.
WILLIAM W. WU1TTLKSEV, Secretary
FeS.19. 'it's " .
The Subscriber ha been appointed AdminU
trator of the estate of James Lawyer, Deceased, late c
ii. an u.mgcmints arainst trie es
tte, will present them within one yr. le rally authen
ticated, to ma at Kinsman, ana an person itMeited t
aid estate are reoeited to make i muted tic p-iymeut
WILLIAM II. LAWl'EK, Admiaistrator.
Kinsman, Fb. 81. '45 8
POCKET pU I'LERY, the very bf
-- at Fob. 14th 35. BALDWINS.
CLARK'S COMMENTARIES, com
plete In six volume, fuU be nnd, price l.ec,
Mar. 14. 'S. niniva
A M ERIC AN ELETJCTPISPENSA
XV TOBV, 13J1 page. fit1liijand; Price $100, a. I
Mar. 14,iS. , . u ADAMS', f
ATIONAL tilKT KNTKR-
PIIISK. CuKWjt.nos rcRTkiK Skvek rr Tuolsamo
TirKETft ai.KEOT INiLn!
Only Kt.M to be .li-pid or d:rlhution of r!fts
eome ea without fail, M m h i, leii, or sooner, if
tickets are all sM. DA.SUAL 4r CO, heff to as.-ure
their frieuds that under no circuiutUncii will the
tri ution postponed 1 eyond the a'xjve metitionel
and they hop, liy energy and the co nieratin of
patrons, to bring the ei.u-ri-rt e ti a cucaisiun at
earlier p.rioil, iu which cise due n-Jticv will le given,
OFFICE, UitOADWAV, NEW YORK.
150 lUrt) Presputs to le given to the nrchwers of
fctre an I itecant eneraviti; of the Inau-ttratiun
tieurrfc Washiiieton. President of tlie Tnite.1 St-iU-s,"
froai tJc cele rtel painting f Divid Pnnl Laurens,
Price -f en graving ($1) One Iultar, which includes
gift-t.ck't. entitling the holder to a chance iuthe
lowing list of matiificei.t jfifts.
The vnlne of the presents, as apprnised by a Commit
er c!t.n for the j khakis, t $Hi.t'. as fallows :
a p.eiiui l rm cn the Hudson l.tver cont-
piitHy st irUed, hnuse. Ac $2r-,0C0
Sionr r.,nt lk celling ajj L-H on Fifth A venae,
A naamirtvent pH Tei Service, property f the
late tl. Van lenton
Silver M ine Service
The Race Horse White Raven
Coach. Harness, and Horses, a magnificent es-
l Share Central Rail-roai Stock
Fine Watches. 9 H each
lO.HfNJ (j,.d iVals and Chains
HMKMi tinUi p,, ani Silver Holders
lft Boxes best Cigars
lOiMtold Guard Chains.....
A Spleudid Uuggy
A Horse. Harness, and Bugfy, splendid affair..
An ele-jant do, St. Bernard
Splendid Fast sailing Yatch. "Spirit of tue
The fast and trisa pleasure Vatch. Kvenin;
A loan for 5 years....
' " " 1,000
I All without interest.)
1 Rosewood I' is no
3 Mohoranj Pianos 1.500
A Farm in Ohio 4.000
A Farm in Kentucky. 3.(Ki0
A Farm in Pennsylvania ." ti.OOO
A Firm ia Massachusetts.... 10.000
? .00U ols. Poems 11.000
Statue of "Cirarlirl,"hvReeves 1.000
Also over llal.OUO Paiiitincs, Statues, Medals, Charts,
n.ouuis, vaiaa-iie hooks, and fortlonos ol bnTravings,
makinc iu all 150,000 f ifti, which will be dis.rihutrd
a committee aiointed by the Shareholders, and for
warded free of charge t.y the Public's olwlient ser-
-ti Broadway, Sew York.
Orders for Knrravings and Tickets in this rreat en
ternrise are dail arr:vinr from all parts of the United
btates and Canada, wuiclt warrant ns iu proniisinr
very early day lor the distribution. Annlicatious
hould he made immetliatt-I-. as only a certain number
oi tickets can oe sold, letters, with the monev en
closed, to lie pre-paid, and the Knrrorin? and Tick
will be forwarded free. ll.V-HALI. Jt CO.
Feb y 14 '55-' 14 4.- Broadway, Mew York.
1T0TICE, is hercliy piven that I sliall
X t expose to sale on the premises at public vendne
on the 15tb day of March 1855, between the hours of
A. 31. and 4 r. M. on deferred payment of two years,
the following described farms, aud real estate situate
the township of Vernon, Trumbull county. Ohio, under
au order of sale issued to me a guanlien of Timothy K
inompson. by tne rrofeate conrt or said County.
One Keice of land lying about half a mile North
the center of said township and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a point on the North and South center
Highway, in said ernon. at the South-east corner
kinds of Lucius lloleomh, and running thence gouth
along said Highway seventy rods to the North-East cor
ner or lands of Thomas A. Thompson ; thence n est
along the North line of said lands of Thomas A. Thom
son, three hundred and thirty-five rods to a stake and
stones, at the south-west corner of said Timothy K
Thompsons lands; thence north on the east line of lands
known as Linda of Lite owned by Granger, and on the
west line of lands of said Timothy K. Thompson, sev
enty ro-is to tne soutn line oi lands formerly owned l.y
rerry eneiuon,ana now belonging to said Lucius Hoi
comb; thence running east along the south line of said
lands of Holcomb 30 rods to the iilace of beginninz.
containing witnm said boundaries, one hundred and
forty three acres and forty-five rods, known a the
hon.estead farm of said Timothy H. Tuomnson.
Also one tract of land situate about one mile west of
the center of said i ernon, bounded as follows : begin
ning at a point on the Highway leading from the center
oi lemon to the center or Johnson, at the south-east
corner of John B. Thompson' lands and tunning
thence north on the east line of said John B. Thomp
son's land to the north-east corner thereof aliout one
hundred and sixty rods, thence west along the north
line of said John B. Thompson's land about seventy
rods to the lot line; thence north along the kit line
about forty rods to the north-west corner of said tract;
thence east along the sooth line of lands owned by
Thomas A. Thompson about one hundred and tweutr
rods to the north-east corner of said track to a stake
and stones: thence south along the west line of bnds
owned by Horace Bates, and hinds owned by Daniel J.
Mattox. and lands owned bv Ralsa Clark to the s.iid
highwsy; thence west along the said highway to the
place of beginning, containing within said boundaries
eighty-five and one-fourth acres of land. Said tract of
land will be sold entire or in parcels as may bet suit
pnrcnasers. THOMAS A. THOMPSON,
Guardian of Timothy K. Thompson.
BySrrurr i Tr-rrta. Atty'. Feb 7 6.w
MODEL SINGING BouK.
oss qcaSTCs or a atutos cons 1
BY I. B. WOODBURY. Since the
publication of the "Dulcimer to the issuing of
the "CVTliAKA." one quarter million copies of Mr.
Woodl-ury's books have been sold. Such is the ac
knowledged exeelence of th Dulcimer, both in kind
and quality, that it has been made the model for ever
popular Music Book published since it's appearance.
For it's eqnally esteemed successor, the Cytliara. enthu
siastic praises reach us from all quarter of the coun-
A SECOND EDITION OP TWENTY TH0CSAXD
I now ready, in which the few slight errors which es
caped notice in the first twenty thousand are corrected.
Pahlished by F. J. HrirnsoTO. Ne-v Xork.
jan 34 55. KINt dc COMPANY, Cleveland. 0.
LUMAN B ARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole agents
for the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
the toughest p.ece of Leather in minutes, which it
frequently takes an hour or more to do the sama piece
oi wura. i sianas wiuiour. a rival w e would respect
Tally call the attention of our friends of the craft to
the subject. Do not forget the place. No. 90, Main St.,
warren, v. ia uj J A3. M(-JU3LL dc Co.
HODE-NO-SAW-NEE. or the
Lea rues of the Iroquis, by Lewis 11. Morran,
corrispondins; member of. the Xew York iliiitoriral
Societir, of the American Ethnological Society dec. An
slerant hook of Sotl pares and beautiful maps, for sale
at ADAMS' BO0KST0KK. A weU as a few more of
these cheap family bibles. jan 24
SWANS' MAN UAL. FourthlidUioii
just imHlished, new and revised, and adapted to the
r. "r K-'".'- wu(i..w.io,.ii.
Administrator, just rceived by exprrssa lam supply,
XKW VOKK BOOKSTOllE.
SPIRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED.
An expose of the orisriu, history, theology and
idiilosophy of creation, alleged communications from
the spirit world by means of spirit Tanning, mediums
writing, physical demonstrations, etc., with iliuslra
Uons, hy Her. 11. Mattison, A. M. at
-n. 17 BALDWINS.
THE HOISERY Department Pardc".
ular attention is paid to this part of oar business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girts, can find almost
anything they want in this liue of Trade. Silk. Dines
and Fancy Colors, Cashmere, Slate Brown, Black and
White Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Hall
Hose, and a large ouantity for children,
apr 2U . E. HOYT Jt CO.
FOR SALE A House aLot, hi
the Tillage of Warren, In an elligiiile situation,
en Washington Avenue. Lot is medium size, Hotut
commodious, containing 5 Rooms. Price. $juU.
Imtuire of J. F. AaPEE, Au'y at Law
T ARE CHANCE FOR A BAR-
Al BAIN. The three story Brick Building,
known a the"City Hall." is offered for ok-on
easy lerms, aa wisn to leave tni neck of the ,.! ill
oon as possible. jan 17 'ii. M. McMAJiKS.
rpYPES OF MANKIND, or Ethoolo-
JL ical researches based upon the ancient monu
ment, Painting. Sculptor and Crani. ? j
opon the-r Natural, Oeographical, PhUological, Biblical
history by J. C. Sou aud tieo. B. Oilddon. Price
o.ou. A few copies just ree'd at
jan 17 'o3.
JOHN DOWLING'S History of Ro
annism, h's doctrines ami ceremonies. It's politi
cal and religious machinery, it's popes and coanceU
s intolerate Spirit and murderous practices, from it's
gin to me present uay at.
pAMPIUNE OR TINE OIL, and
V Burning Fluid, for cale hy
J J5i f??1!.11
a rv finiTiiniitm - .
ix wuiviisiin- and us consc-
quences. by Wickoif. insl mM mi
jan S4 'ii,
CWAN'S MANUEL. 4th and
K7 edition for Executors and Administrators, at
jan 4 jj. ADAMS.
HUMANITY IN THE CITY, by the
Rev. K. II. Chapin, A new supply at
jan-i4 jj- ADAMS.
SWANS' TREATISE. A new Edition
on the Law relating to the powers, and duties or
Justice of the Peace, and Constable ia the State of
Ohio, with practical form, at the
j" 2 NEW YORK BOOKSTORE
FRANCONlA STORIES, BY JABOB
ABBOTT, at the
D"3J NEW YORK Book 8tor.
BOOKS THAT HAVE BEEN
BOUND for Customers should be called for, as
they occupy room that is needed. w
f--b21 0t ADAMS.
BOARDING Peisons wishinj; to fe
rare a good place to hoard, with wood aenow.m.
latioi. and oa reasonable term, can do so by applying
tt this olfice.
1 ' All persons IndeMed by note or hook account to
Jt- late ttrin or S dc 0. Mutt, are hire'-y notified to
aill forthwith and square up. SAML'EL M0SKK.
Feb. 14 ii-tr.
FARMERS, LOOK To uuii
L LANDS. TIMOTHY SEED The undersigned are
- in receipt of a large lot of Timothy Seed grown iu
va. and entirely free from all other Seed.
. Fowler, Feb. SI, '45 iw it. ANDREWS dc CO.
f) TE LEAVES."tl:e people are still
purchasing, demand Increasing, to he had at
;UTII HALL. .Mb sumly at
lUDGEEDMOND'S TWO VOLUMES
1 OS SP1KITI ALISM ju received at,
91. M. BAJLDWIJi'S.
just receivod (last edition) at
i'11''! ADAMS' BOOKkTOnB.
PilE CRAFTSMAN AUo the Fr e"
L auson's Monitar. at ' : .
C-rni-r f eopericr nd Tnion streets Cleveland, Ohio
i luj LirrA and Most Ms;rriiucent
lit th- hole V.iern l?uiitry. aud is filled a ith tlie
Lir-t aud Best u-wrtcrrul of
Kritdy-Mitde Clothing, nnd Famishing
, . , .... i .!.
.esrr.ptions. o. our nmu . .numciure.au .
ot our ... u . m
l warn-nte... w o, .. Better .ue. ana '"cr
M.l:ittfJ to tli- vuiitm uf thf 1 unimii n it v. ami IS SGM a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rat' U tluu an other Clothing
Hlraners visiting Clevciind, will find It t their ad
vantage to Call nt
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Unl r 11 ill, eor tier of PuneJior and I'ni.m Streets.
TTPLOOK OUT FOBTIlEOlANTS.iJI
mE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
of jMuifinic aud sceanifnK pointf on in the tuu iKiers,
a thins I never tra in the hai tit uf doing. 1 only lake
tlii simple method of iuforminz my old customer:, and
the iul'lic iu general, that 1 have com men red keeping
mnll Urocerr and Beer Hall, on 31am turret, au. ii.
(the Herman Sim.) where too can find wieh erocery
articles unalhr kpt in suh a rtorr. I aln keep keep
on hand a first rate article of ALU and HKKR. and in
vite all of those wl-o are frtmds of the same. The Hail
is tei open every daw Sunday excepted.
Mnrreti, Jan.31t, Ifii. 1. BISHOP-
JEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
TUX 51 BULL COrXTV. OHIO. The undersigned
are iirenarins to i.nMUh as soon as is compatible with
accuracy, a new and complete map of Trumbull Coun
ty, entirely frum actual survers. The surreys will all
". made by experienced Engineer. All the public
roads and locations of dwellings, places of Worship,
Post OflVceSsSchool Houses, County&ores. Hotels, Mills,
Stc, are to b shown, and the names of owners of prop
ertr will also he inserte-l in their places io the style of
Maps uf Erie, Ontario, Livingston, Oenesee.and Oswe
fro Counties dec. 4tc.t ia New York by the same pub
lisher. .Map of the princtal rilaes In the county wi'l he
Inserted In the margin. The whole will be plotted to
the scale of l.'i inches ta the mile so as to make a
bree and ornament.il map to le entrraved and deliver
ei. liandsomely colored and tTtomiled at five dollars per
eov. ftlLLETTK MATTHEWS k Co.
NolTMiuoatk. Philadelphagnd Story. Jan.3l 55
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
A. L. MORLBV,
Successor to James a. Brooks, dealer in lUsDA ir.r,
CiTi.ssT. laos. Nilta and (iLass. where at all times
can be found a large and varied assortment of Uouar
Trimmings, easterner's Tools, dec.
Received this day and now opening
6 dot. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 " Beaver' " " '
1 " Hay Knives, good."
2 Pittsimrh riia-barrels.
31 Tons Pittsltorgh Iron, assorted sizes.
S'J Bundles best Norway Nail Rod.
Warren, Nov. 1, le. A. L. MORLEY.
Having this day sold my entire Stock of Ilanlwart
to A. L. MoRt.rr, who will continue the business at the
old stand. I take this method of Informing my old
friends and former patrons that I shall remain with
Mr. Morlet, where I shall be happy to see them a
usual. J. U. Illtuuiva.
OctJ0. ls: novJS
nilANDLER SHOP. The subscri
V J her announces to the c it liens of Warren, and the
pa'die in general, that he has established a Chandler
Shop, There he intends to manaiitctnre tjanu.es, boau,
and suverl article of tasages, which will always he
n hand at Wholesale and Ketail prices.
.rTTi.e Proprietor can at all t'tmea be found on
Market Street, one door west of Vau trot's Jewelry
Store. arren. Ohio.
TpPThe highest price, in Cash, will h paid for
Tallow and Lard. ;d 13j A. I C. PAY. Aenu
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers her to inform the ladies of War
ren, that they hare reeeired a splendid assortment of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Silks. Lawns. French Flowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimmings, -fee., A.C., which we are pre
pared to sell Terr cheap. Those who will farorus with
a call, will, we trust, be amply repaid for their trouble.
apr 'J6 k. K- uv r a tu
SCRAP IRON WANTED. -Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
Tin Warehouse of
B. r. JAMESON at Co.
April 19, 'o4.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Coml.s, Brashes. Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper.
viy-nets. uoor jtatts, Aiicant sinns, c c. at
JunSt. PATCH Ac ALLISON'S.
PURE CREAM TARTAR an . Super-
1- Caroonate Soila, by t.. A. SMITH 4 Co.
t VfKK ASSORTMKNT OP PTTRR
LIQUORS for Me licinal purposes, and said to be
theiest lutown.at (m.iy-ll IUK1 KK s to. i
1 ff 0Z.0F QUININE, ju-t recei
X V' J red and for sal at low firures. at
May 31. 'PORTER Co.'.
7EIIAVE FOR SALE . n com nis
ion. one of Emory dc Co. a two-horse power
I. Ji. MORLEY at Co.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
KJ for sale at E. E. HOYTfc Co'. Home of that GOOD
TEA, Java and Rio Coflce. Seeillcu Raisins, Rice, tc
use rec o at o. i I. mam street.
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring;
50 Quintals Codfish : 10 Gross Lvon's Kaiharion:
bhls. and half bbls. Mackertl, just received at
Inov SI DLNLAP Ac STEWART'S..
'T.ATL LEAVES." This beautiful
A J Historical an1 Religious rame I cllinr at
ADAMS', a predicted. Also. -Ida May." "Ida Nor
man," Toe New Boy," and all the new works of the
iy. id 13
WM. S. WEST, Proprietor of New
ton Fall's NURSERY, ha inst returned from
the fpper Lakes with a variety of Evergreen Trees,
which he offer for sale on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Evergreen Trees, Fruit Trees.
Grape Vine or Shrubbery, are resiectfully requested
to call for them before the ground become frozen, or
early in the Spring, as he intends to visit the Upper
Lakes again as early as the middle of April.
Newton Falls. Nov. iti, lr4-tr.
WOOLEN GOODS ARE DOWN.
The evidence can be had in the prices of Cloths,
BUck and Fancy Casimeres. Satiueus, Tweeds, Red,
Orange, White and Printed Flannels. A superior qual
ity or lPi. heavy twilled do. Blankets, and a variety
of other Woolen goods, at the
Jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
FOR SALE. A very desirable
House and Lot on Prospect Street, in the"
northern part of the villare of Warren. House new.
Apply soon to II. B. REEVES at the Empire Store.
Warren, Nov. , lrt-U.
Kifrhty acres of
Wood Land, oituated in Dim-
Township, Cliuton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
jan 17 '". UakiH Hou-e syilnon.
F?0R SALE OR RttNT.
-L The Furniture and Fixture of the Gaskill House
- - . . .. -. . .......... me II.VA'llllDIUI
in. For particular inquire on the premises,
i H M. McMANl'S.
V"0TICK. A!l persons indebted to
me, by notj or book account, will confer favor
by calling at the Oakill House, and "squaring an,
as after the 1 Jth of February, all notes and accounts
will be left for collection. M. MtMANCS.
DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
' before the General AssemMy of the Free Church
of ecotland, at Edinliurg.upon his return from his visit
to the United Slates. Also, BED1NI and Dr. DUFF
contrasted, by Kerwan, for sals nt
DISSOLUTION. The partnershi,
heretofore existing betweem the subscribers un
der the name and style of S. ac C. Moser is this day -lis
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are in the hand sf Samuel Moser fol
Settlement. SAMPKL MOSER,
Warren, July 4, 185. CORNELIUS M0SER.
CO-PARTNERSniP. The undersigned, of the latt
firm of S Ac C MOSK R, has this day associated with him
Michael Moser, fur the purpose of coutinuing the Mer
cantile business at the old stand, under the name and
style of C. Ac M. Moser. They respectfully invite a
continuance of the patronaire so lilierally extended tl
the late firm. CORNELIUS MOSER.
Warren. July SS. lril.
THE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
E. HOYT Ac Co, No. l.Main treet, offer, great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans
Summer Ooods. (Prints or the rtmrniut HmJ,) Shi-etinrs,
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Maslin Collar. ftpr 2b
tnr 1855 at
Also German Almanac by the Gross. Feb 7,
KETCHES OF THE IRISH BAR.
KJ by Richard Sailor Shell, M. P. All of onr legal
gertlemea ahould read this work. S voL cloth, price
i,25.,t Feb. 7 ADAMS.
Bryants Poems, Complete.
Longfellows Poems Complete.
Mrs Hemana .. ..
All beautifully liennd ai.d elligantly illustrated. -New
Editions of these work, by the Harpers, just receiv
ed Feb. Mlh ADAMS.
Y COURTSHIP AND ITS CON.
SEQUENCE, 3d supply at BALDWINS
Feb. 14th 5",
LL the New Works of tli times
X a. can a usual be round at
I Feb 71
'PHIS MODERN ARCHITECT, or
I- Every Carpenter hi own Master, embracing
Plaus, Elevations. Sieeiticatiiis, Framing, ace. for
Private Houses. Classic Dwellings, and Churches, to
which is a Med the new system of Stair building. Il
lustrated with sixty-five engravinir. By Edward Shaw.
For sab: ror the first time in a Buuk-store. at
lM' fr! BALDWIN'S.
QOUSES TO LET. Two dwellin-r
houses will be to let by the Proprietor, situated
on Franklin Alley. Enquire or the nn scriStr on tlie
tretnises. Hno.1 terms will be novle to good tenants.
Warren Feb-.Sr), '55 tf EVAN EVANS.
TPYPES OF M.KLNb7BYN0TT
X ac GL1DD0N. Price 5,00. A few coppk-s at
Feb. Jf, '55. ADAM'rt.
pOEMS BY Wm. C. BRYANT, with
A- numereu elegant engravings oa Copixr. by
L WUC. Price $),U). A few caldcs at. ADAMS'.
Poems by TENNYSCN, Complete. Just received nt
F-b. g-1. 'i. HOHl'K
TEW GOODS, NEW GOODS com-
A. J priil" prtng U.-Lnlnen. of the lattt sfyi
a large aju.irtcneut of fine French wrought co.Urs aud
ondrrsleeres, just reoeivi-d r.d tor sale at the - -WARRKN
DRY GOODSf T0RB
Mar t, -SS-
TEACH KR CK C7
(ViT'S i'iiK PIANO-FoUTLffrftJ
jSi I til IT A R. Whole II 'Till
ttsaJ sjleaud Retail deakr X J
In Piano-Fortes. lelo,leous. liuiurs. Violins. A:cr-
tleorts. Sheet Mus'c, Insiniction Books fv-r di:i-rei't
i "su;wi3, L.ni;i.n aim ituian uutiar an v lunn
i strm. r.d all dearriMion of Jlus ca
. K,rilie. m of ercluii.ise.
Puulo.Kort. Melodeon. and Aocordeon mue l and
repaired, and .ill work warranted. Second-hand Putnos
ami 5Ielole.ini taken in exchange fur uew ones. All
Instraineiit sild wiil be dtrlivcrcd free of chre. kent
in oricr for one year, and aarninted for any length
of time. Granite Block. Liberty iu. Warren, Ohio.
March ltt, Ir54.
rT1 II E Y 6 U K G FOLKS' GLKE
- B0tK! conuiins many of the finest songs ever
pu'ilinhed. A mm!? them arc the followin-:
Annie Lturi-r; l'r:ii:i Ikunoa S.-ng; A t'ot Uesiile the
Hill; lUiri:il of Mrs. Jmlun; UUuche Aiaen; Ity the
Sa l Sea Wave-; Child's Wish: lh They Miss M;
rave of Wiwliinjtoa; Grave of Uonanarte: Hearts and
Hon.e.t; Ilni.t. Uavadere: Ha-l I iirt Ihee in thy
beauty: Ma May; I would I wt-re a lwy afain; I've
leen roaming; Jamies on the Stormy Sea; Katy Par
Hnr; Katydid and Katydidn1!; Lula is our darlinr
prnle; Lilly Ir.tli? Lilly Dear; Lift Serenade; Wary of
A r try It; My Father' cumin h-me. Mother; Mount xin
eer Farewell: No More: Ob would I were alwy azain;
Ossian's $ereiu.de; Oh! Charuiinf Mary; Oh! home of
ror i n-.U'ido-i; i'anp-r s runeral; onjrs or ntnrr days:
She sweetly sleei; We miss thee; Where are tlie
friends of my youth; Thy name was once a mazic pell;
There's a sih in the heart; We met by chance; Son-rs
of love; Yes, I have loved before; Yes, iis true thy
Kuty now is Sleeping; She's only yone before; Why do
I weep for thee; Yet, I have loved.
The alrove sons are finely harmo nixed, and almost
any one of them is worth the price of Uie B-xk. It
contains orer 100 of the best aons extant, which
would cost in sheet music at least - The Book is
neatly hound, and is sold at lite low price of $1.0U. A
new supply just received at Pomeroy's Music Store.
Copies promptly sent by mail on the rfceipt m' gl.OO.
EL0DE0NS. A new lot just re-
ceived -Car hurt's Lest all sizes. Four new
Pianos just received, and as many more' will Ire opened
in a few days. I have now an elejrant assortment ol
old and new Pianos, Melodeons, dec., take.
lau and near, at b. X. rtMicllui
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN.
adapted for a small Church or the Far I or. is now fur
sa'eat a very low price, at rOJiKWi.s
rtANE SEAT PIANO AND JIEL0-
KJ DF.0N STOOLS, just received at
Sept. 20. POM E ROY r.
hvtKALi very superior new I'ninos
just openctl at POMEROY'S
Sept. 2l. Music Store.
FEW MELODEONS TO RENT
now on hand, s. T. rv.MbKUl
TJIANO FORTES. The followin
X. comprises In part the stock of Piano Fortes now
in my nare-Koom: rnces.
Three 6 'i Oct. Rosewood, case plain tallica, each
" 6'4 " " .""" 3I)
Two " " " " fancy " K
One " " " " " extra finish 335
- Sv " " " plain
t'i " " round corner ST
' " ' extra Urge Kale H7
Twe 7 " M plain tables, round cor. 3.V)
7 " " carved Rose tables, each 4.3
Nothing can surpass the richness of tone, beaaty
and fiuish of the frr last-named.
One second-hand good tone.. ....... $1VI
. " " 1110
The above have all been recently selected by myself
at the 3Iannfactorie, and arc in every respect superior
A liberal discount will be made from these prices fur
Al! Pianos delivered and guaranteed to suit.
Warren, Nov. SS, 154. 8. T. P0MER0Y.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
PRESKNTS. Thoe who are intending to make
their friends a real tuhstmmtimi and Taluable present
daring the comine Gift season, cannot fail ta nuke i
nice and satisfactory selection for that purpose, if they
will take the trouble to call and extmine my larire
afuortment of superior Pianos and Jlelodeons. an
ascertain the low figures at which a really raiualjle and
nee toued Instrument can he obtained.
Pianos fro in 41 00 to SidU. aUeloJons from S15 to
S. T. POUUKOV.
n arren. A or. Ij, lri.
ALPINE iLEE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS ROOK,
Just received at POMEROY'S. Ang. 3
CARII XRT'S MELODEON In
structor a new supply at POMEROY'S.
rNE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MEL0-
Vy DE0X, very good tone, can be bought for $311, at
AUg. S. I'DMMtOl 'd.
BASS VIOLS, Guit.rs. Cl .ronette ant
Violins a large supply just received by
Q0ME more of those Seronl Hand
KJ Pianos, just reeeired at POMEROY'S.
THE GUITAR. We oiiblli the f ,1
J- lowing rrom Wm. Hall 4k Son's advertisement In
tnefasiral nv rtd aad 7ia: 'With the creat an
ncreased attention now given to the study or music, the
present demand ror this beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a Blatter of surprise. A few rears
ago it was quite a novelty to near a La-ly or Uentleman
Play tne ijuitar. but toe nouularitv uf tlie instrument
has so greatly increased, that there ia now scarcelv a
family or any musical pretention, but at least one of its
memliers number among their accomplishment that of
playing the Guitar." William Hall At Son are makinr
very superior article in that line, and their instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate. We have
those or their make, and also, the German and Spanish
wuitar, iron sj to aju earn Also stnnrs orthe very
bestqualty. S. T. POMEROi.
n arren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARHART'S
KJ MELODEON INSTRUCTOR ! This is an invalu
able work to those learning to play the Melodeon. It is
large, neatly boond work, presenting a series of near
ly SOU studies being a complete and progressive method
of instruction for the Melodeon orauy reed instrument.
To this is added a very valuable assortment or Songs,
Duetts, and Trio. Waltzes, Marches, Quick Steps, Pol
kas, ate; among which are the rollowiug :
Coquette Polka. Klflu Walts, Fret March, Gertrude's
Dream Ms In. tiiuy Pulka, Iron Boots Quick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from V illiam Tell, Tliou Hast Learned to Love Anoth
Lilly Dale bong and Quartette. Jamie oa the
Stormy Sea, Annie Lawrie, Family Bible, sec, all
There are nearly 100 good pieces of Music in the
hook, rrire si,iw. it will be sent by mail to anv one
sending $1,00 and 4 postage stamps.
Warren, April 12. 12j4. g. T. POME ROY.
ATETRONOMES, or t -keepers
i-T A. with and without a hell, for mar kin; off n ems-
are, for rile at PoAIEhMJV'S. .Every Music Teaeher
snou:u nave one. I May 31.
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMKROT'S. The Halleluiah. Crthara. Chime.
Youni Folks Glee Book; Dod worth's Brass Bind
School; Amatuer Org.uist; Jwhnson's System of il..r
mony, fee, Snu all valujle works.
warren, Noremher 1, ltfol.
FOSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A large supply just received. This is inst the
Book that Lille club of Violinists and Flutist wanu
and we are happy to say they are beginning to find it
vw in tins section as incy nave aireauy done la lie
Eastern State. We are prepared to furnish them as we
do everything else at the New York retail price. 8l,lX.
order by mail promptly 11 1 led. 8. T. P0MEROY.
CARHART'S MELODEONS ar tf.e
best Reed Instruments in the world. A fresh sun-
GUITARS. A very respec ab'e nrti
cle can now be bought at POMEROY'S fur $3 M.
piANO ST0CLS Plmli aiid Hiir
Cloth Stool, a fin assortment: also ehean rim
Seat do.. at may 311 POMEROY'S.
PORTABLE Muiic Stands, t
X may 31 POMEROY'S.
FINE TONED 4 KEYED IVOrY
TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought at
POMEKOY'S Music Store for ti U! others in propor
tion. June 7:
Zcndel'8 Melodeon Ixstbxctob ;
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ;
Bertini's Complete and Al.lidfed ditto ; at
Jane 7. POMEKOY'S.
THE S-iiiiniry Clist Bk ; a enp tal
Singing Book for Schools and Private Classes.
S. T. POMEItoY.
Cottage Glees, a n-w su; piv, nt
rpOY DRUMS FiTdl s an I Tnlm-
A- pets, at POMEROY'S.
Dodworth's Brass Band School ; v
aplendid thing, ror sale by POM E KO Y.
i LOT of i levant Flut-nas, from
tv S35, just ree'd at jun 7
Z rtfin MUSICAL TERMS,
plete Dictionary, ror alchy
'TUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea
J- tiseontuningand repairing Piano anil Melt Icons
Price iOcU.. at POMEROY'S.
May 3, '54.
MUSIC FOLIOS, at
May 3. '5i.
OEST Silver Violin Strin-'s, at
Uay 3, 'St.
OLD Violin G String, at
ri REAT MEN & GREAT EVENTS,
vA a sjMjst attract ire hook eonuininir 9"0 parfj,
handsonety hoond with 30U enprrarlpfrs, and we otfut
ihen at soch a low f.rice, thai every-tody liars them.
siiwoiit with ant exception. rte h-.re reeeired a hum (
wm'-TTiiMi can iiudud men. io ne mm m train al tot
obits her "s lowest frice by the JUU cofim. nt
jan 17 'ii. ADAMS' Hook Store
BUTTER AND SODA CRACKERS
We have made arrangement with the Dutjuesonc
Cracker Factory, by which we are constantly receiving
their eele'irated Crackers, and which we offer to Denier
at retail, at the lowest rate. Warranted th best
and Cheapest in th? market.
DUNLAP dt STEWART, i & S Market St.
jan 17 5J
rV0 THE DANCING PART OF
1 COMMUNITY. We would reji-ectfully call their '
attention to a splemlrd lot ;f utsi'i Ositus, warrant-'
tO fit .tl. kin.l nf . fnf .kich mil .1 l.a mnJ . !
given away, call aooa and examine.
JsaWSi. J AS M--C0KNEL 4 CO.
DAYS L AT Kit VROhl
Rumors are a-it tht reeoiit att.ick KtJe
al d ivs umid a terrific C4mionalinr ami r.m..L,i:t
in-; ttiat no lives were l'i.. a!thou'i minv e.in';-l!el
and sorrowing he-irt. Th? OltllilSAL 1 AM :
friends and customers the
T.tpw evliililt'! t.i tLe eitizen of old Truin!'ull: amnne
111M1D4. v&icicK aorifia-. citorKKav. uico -ies.an I li
ever. To Mrrc!fcnl. 1'e.llars and landlord. 1 will
call and examine aiy stoc and price. t- become
of tue West, No. 3, R.ver Block. M. io street.
Which were rou-lit at the n-ceat decline of prices, aud
huus- went of New i uric. Come one and all and
Ta eeiU, Jeans, etc oce.
LADIK.V DKKitS OOOrS
From Prints to Silk, and all the necd-iry fixing,
Bleiti-he-l heetintfs and Shirtiu-s, Tiekiues of all
Y ANKK.K NuTII'NS enoni-h to supply the Wtern
Wholcwle or Rrtiil.
IHKK (KOCKKKY th-inevrr was mxd. aid at leM
eniMirh f.r all Northern Ohio : boots from tl.lV to
Mre ,)in- off with a n-'rfVct rush.
uuinv V lliK CI.iiT:11N1 A hr-e Mock of all
Ve-ts from 30 cents to (ti.UU. Come rieht along with
where vou can find the lar-rest stock In tlhio. and the
K.-tnemlier lh- place, NO. 3, RIVtK lt!,Ot'K. WARREN,
February 10. WSS.-tf
PREMIUM CARRI AGE FACTORY,
a. mji III vr iii& -. ' .
raiiseriber has now on naim. ana win at ?tJT
.11 w.. Urve lot of CAR- Vi VjTJZ
BIA'iKS, Bl'liGlES and WAGONS on hand, of every
description, sty le and grade of price..
His experience in business, and the extent of Ins show
enables him to furnish any description of work in
line, on the shortest possiMe notice, whether it l
putlinrupof a splendid BAROI CUE. or the common
BI'iiGY, the materials for which are at all time kert
hand. . .
His WORKMEN are unsurpMsed by any in the coun
try, and his work shall eijual if not surpass any eastern
Buggir and Carriages ready for use. will bo ex
changed ror Lumber. Country Produce, or young Horses,
geend-hand Buggies taken in exchange fur new ones.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS alwa on hand, and
ale at the lowest -riee.
Thoe wbhing any work in my line of biuiness.
invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and they cannot lail to oe pieaseu is r-piru
both. My Jhop having liecome a permanent one, I
determined to supply ami - ." ; -
elegant and easy Carnage, or toe umei wno uesires
aii' stmitial tarm or roan wi:oii m uiw
ii.inti,. Trimiuinr' done on short notice.
Tri"All work manufactured at my shop is warranted.
Warren. March 32, J u. oni.ur,.v.
U"prn. Ohio, keen on baud a large assortment
his line, of the latent aul root improved eastern styles.
among which may beTound a large lot oispienoiu itoca
awiivs. of various patterns, with one, two or three seats
a snnnlv of slirUng seat Carriages, several of whict
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops.
being different and far superior to anything ever nianu
f..tiir.l in this section of country. Also a vx assort'
,. f nnhmi Carriaee. Busrzie. and two-horse
Ws.-on J. all of which will be sold ss low as at any other
hop on the Western Resorve. By keeping none nut
the best of workmen, and professinr to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none nnt tn,
best material that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regarus style,
quality or pree.to every person who may favor hda
with a call. . , .
Most kind of country produce, good Lnml-er. and
second hand burgie, taken in exchange for finished
N. n. PATNTINO and TRIMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality aud dispatch.
A reasonable credit will he riven to all responsible per
son who may desire it. Ail work done at ni manuiac-
torv i warranted. ....
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, direct t WMt ol tne new nrmge, hitvu. ..i.n..
April SS. 13. ELI K. W1SELL.
THE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddin?s &
X Morgan are openinr their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprise an aasortmeot oi every siyie
f Staple and Fancy Dry Ooods. Straw Goods, Par
asols. Carpeting, Psper Hanging. Crockery, Groce
ries, Ac., etc.
Tb. wnnld call attention particularly to then- exten
ive rarietv of Ladie' Dr Goo.1. Bon nets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries, Shawls, Mantilla. Ac, in all
the latest and most fashionaMe style. Also, to their
assortment or very uirrior Ta'ile Linens, Linen Sheet
In.. Pillow Case Liiens. Shirting Linens. Ac.
Thev intend to keep their stock full at all times, ef
Ihe best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Goods rerularly, at the lowest prices In the mar
ket, not allowinf themselves to he aaaerssfd as long as
lliey remain in the trade.
Warren, April 12.
TARREN SASH, Blind and Door
T Factory, Market Street, East or the Bank, ar
ren, 0. The undersigned, having entered into eopart
nershin in the manufacture ol SASH, BLINDS and
IHKIltS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all site in use, and of the best
quality, which they will sell on reasonable iim'.
We will continue the manufacture of VENITIAN
flLINDS, iu all It branche. which we will sell very
low and ol an improveu quality, mi muj
f.tr. AlT-p.! In the Mlhlie.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
DOORS, or the latest styles, and of a softener quality,
an wnrk made at our establishment will be warranted
is we use nothing hut the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
dmvor to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
all improvements in our business, and conversant with
sit late tvle ol wora in tne umrs i-mo.
We wonld invite all wishinc to purchase the above ar
ticle, to call at our office, where we will be found at all
hour or the day, ror we snail give our constant per
tonal superintendance to the details of our business.
B. SPEAR c SON,
jan 19, 1853. Successors to Edward Spear.
NCE MORE IN THE FIELD. The
su1crHers harinr been driven
fr their old quarters on Market
hy the recent tire, wonld inform
I he public that they are to be found
tta Main Su. in the room formerly
occiiiied hr Mr. MlUiken. two doors
trom Smiths It HcCombs, wheie they are jnst receiving
a large and complete stock of NEW in their
We are also constantly manafactarios; all kinds of
BUOTS Anv BI1USS.
which they can recommend to customers as both good
Oar lar stock of Xew Goods of Gents' Fine French
Calf and Morocco Boots ; Fine Congress and other style
of Gaiters; Patent Leather Shoes; Slippers; Dancing
Fine French Gaiters of rarioas colors and new and
beautiful styles: Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes, Buskins, and In short, every Tariety of this
kind of roods which could he desired. Also a complete
slock of Misses1 Goiters, Bootes, Buskins and Slippers
of varinns style and colors, together with a full aort
tent of Boys' and Youths' Shoes, both fine and coarse,
aod all kinds of Clr Irens Shoe.j.
TO snOKMAKERS AND OTHERS!
Particular attention is called to the fact that our stock
of Leather, mJinas and Shoemakers Tools, has been
recently larffety increased, conslstinfr of Sole Leather,
French Calf, American ditto, K name led leather. Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Ruhher Cloth. Linings, ndinrs and
Findings enerally,incldiuff Ilrunmer, Pmrhers, Shoe
Knives, Wheels, Irons, Peirs, Shoe-Nails, Zinc Nails,
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and Saddlers Thread, Bristles,
I sa-tts a .arc lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
ef all thin,rs pertaining to thetrvle.
Rf memher the place. No. 6, Main St., and yon will not
irFret -rivin-nsactili. W.4t B. CRANAGE.
Warren, May 17 i4.
PLOWS, PLOWS. We arc now ma
kinjr and keep constantly oa hand the following
lopular Plows :
Longs No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Doable, do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
lepaired an short notice.
Jan. 19. T.D. M0RLET dt Co.
A. SMITH & C0.t (Late Hoyt,
Bro. k Co.,) NO. 5, MAIN STREET, WARREN,
0. Dealers in Drops, Medicines and Chemical., Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, etc. Also, a full
u-jortinejit of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varuishes,
Brushes, w,c. Sole wenu in the place for the sale of
layne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other nodular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and PLysician's prescriptions ac
curately aud promptly put ui-
S"f0VES, TINWARE,-Ac THE
KTNO OF STOVES, for sale hy B. P. Jameson Jt
Co with a new and elevated oveo the largest Cook
Store, Genesee Falley, elevated oven, Clinton, eletued
oven. Premium, elevated oreu, Ohio rrem.uni, and
Woman's Rights Store.
BP. JA&ES0N & CO., continue to
mauufikcturt. Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy confer beaters.
atsMTc trooeha put up on sbitrt notice, and warranted
of rood material; al-o, all kinds of Job Work done m
arren, JOarcn -U. uri.
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
-L We are now snaking this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it sort-assess any other kind uf
plow in wse. Several prenauuu hire he?n awanled it
at State and Couuty Fairs. T. U. MORLEY . Co.
FARMERS! WHEAT is wortlTdne
Dollar ald Fifty Cents per hashel. Will yon use
o.r Plow, when at Mori try's Foundry th-y keep a
good article, and wvrant Uicm.
March 5, lr4.
THE ST ARl'LOW, Manufactured by
T. II. MORLEY Co., will do heltT wort; than
tny other Plow in tue State of Ohio, except the Miehiran
IKnhle Plow. mar. S, 'j4
STOVES, TINWARE, Ac, New
Shop on Market Street. Those who wish to VjP
purchase things in his line are invited to call at vv
the shop of K. G IIULLl.NUSWOKTH, at CrtnaTe ' oM
stand, 3 doors below Kmpire llall. Market St.. where
they will find a large assortmelit of Stoves. Tinware.
Japatined-ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettle. Bras
atettlea, and llollow ware or all kinds, t. ntr acu uooo.
Call at liollin'rswortii's before oabu. Job-work
and repairinx done on reasonable Irrnw and with de
apich. 11OI.LI.NGSW0BTU t riTCH.
Warren. October 13. "i3-
IHE GREATEST Side Splitter of tlie
JL Axe The Chronicle of Pinevillv This Book em
brace sketches of amusiis; seeues. incidents, and
rh-tracter of tieoria and Aliama, lv the author of
Vator Jones Coartship, at
PAINE. M. D-Has returned
from his visit to the Eastera Hospital, and
vill restine his practice as Physieian and Sar reon. Of
ftee and reai lence as form rlv , oa lligh Street, Warren,
Ohio. ll.-o. i7 , '5.
CRYSTALLINE A VARIEGATED
WASH BALLS, Brown Winds. and Traus'.ivn.
Soap in cites and bars, and Colgate's Chemical Olivt
Soap. For sale at
MaySI. PORTER ft C...'
p 00D ALL WOOL DELAINES
T Sow seilinj for S.i renn per yr l. at the
J:iu 3 WA11KBN DRY !.iDS STOKE.
E CHIME The grat Siirn-j
seen in another c-dau.i, h is ju.t en r reive I In lur-e
ip unity, at ADAMS' BXlKS'f KS, and is arbni
rapidly. d 13.
T300T.S SHOE, an I Lesither at the
J3 Oct. 4 1 NEW YORK STORK.
SKBAS1HPOL !- Snrrender of the Alles 1 I
tn retire from the scene of action with wounded feel
inn is again iu command, and take pleasure in offering to hi
stock op goods.
enuvince.l thiit the place to buy your gooil la at metii.1 u
poriuni Warren. Ohio, where you can find a large nock of all
examine my stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, aatuneus.
which tlie law requires AU kind of Domestic, Brown and
i4usi;ties nad prices.
Ilemispher, and at prices that cannot fail to please, at
than mv former extreme low price. Boots aad Shoe
OHIO ! JAMES IT. KIBBEK.
niwu that weil fortiuei post, wliich contiuued for ever-
of small arm. I tke pleasure, however, in record-
which Biav t-e found an extensive assortment of all
jrovs of all kin.ls all of which will he sold cheaiier than
sv, I will supply you at fc Aster price. Vou seed saly
will Msitively be sold 3 per cent, less than by any other
IS F.VERY VARIETY.
and ail other good in proportion. Call won, aa they
kinds. onilil:e and prices. Pants from l,C0 to B5.00
yonr exsh and pro-lace to UieOreal Fmpovium of the West,
HE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
the larrest. cheapest and best selected stock of
(JROCKMIES AND Ta.NK.KK iirTIO.NS
in the Cmuty, wa innUd ta Bc-mar ei Sttasv, wba
have jut received tne most aomplet asftortaaent ever
otfered to the people of Old Tmaabail. Pwvchjtsed sines
the rrent decline in price, which enables tow. to offer
the fo How i u t arosranuae of Eataatea, imnkawes. ear
able and Fancvbles. al rate which will astonish poll
tieians. Kuow-Nothinrs, die. all of whom with die rest
of "human critters." are invited to attend the snow,
i free-rrati for-nolhinr, children half price, aad iapct
( the stock, eonsiting in part of -
. 100 Coxes Raisins. SO Bar Rio Coffee.
I it Rosin Soap. ' 10 Packet Java do.
ISO " assorted kimls. M Chests Tea, all price,
doa. Lyon's Katharion. SO Bar Pepper.
20 Bxs Lonr Nose Pipe. 100 Mats Cassia.
. SO Itafs Alspire. 60 dus. Scotch Al.
I 10 doa. Jars Pickle. . .V London Porter.
; 50 Bxs Soda Biscuit. 500 M Ciraraall grades.
I 50 bills. Batter Cracker, sn bbls. C U Sarar.
10 - Water do. SO - Powdered do.
10 - So ear da. 10 " Crashed do.
10 hhds. S.O. Surar. 500 ro. Matches.
50 bbls. Molasses. 50 Batu 5 ck Ss Tobacco.
10 ' S H Syrup. 50 Fancy Brands, do.
50 do. German Meerschaums. Chocolate ; Cocoa
(round Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 bones more of that
rountain tarcn. tne nicest thins; oat ; Jorn starcn,
Tapiocca. Farina, ace., for Puddinf ; 50 Boxes Stearin
Candle ; SO Boxe Tallow Candle ; 90 cross Pint and
i, Pint Flasks ; i ktos Wicker Flasks : Almonds ;
Brazil Nuts, Filberts : Prccans ; Enrlish Walnuts;
Pea Sut ; Citron : Zanto Currants ; Prunes , Seedless
Raisins; Cut-and-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Brandies ; Wines ; Rum ; Gin and Wniskv, by th bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Motions, sta
tionery. Blank Books, Memorandums, drc all of which
is offered to the Jobbing Trade at a small advance from
New York prices. We have not the time or space to
enumerate onr stock In full, but lest our plea on the
hope that VOL" will call, sac, arr. and anally. In
the second place, seventeenthly, we beg leave ta sub
scribe ourselves Tm!v Tourn,
DCSLAP A STEWART, .
4 4; 5 Mmrktt Strttt.
Warren, Nov. I.
TEY LYME WATER CURE. .
1. i The above establishment still continues in suc
cessful operation, aad is aliout to eonunence upon it'
fourth season. The largely Increased number of pa
tients treated at the establishment the past year, and
the large number of cures effected induce the subscri
ber to believe that no place affords superior advantage
fur treatment. The above ectablishsaent ia tocitrd ia
New Lyme. Ashtabula County, Ohio. Term from sli
to tight dollar per week, according to room lakea
and attnntioa given, payable weekly Invariably. For
examination, and advice for those that do not stay at
thecure Bl : for examination and wrten prescription
for home treatment P. K( M. S. Propiet r.
New Lyme, Jaa J .th, 5a-3m-
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Bros
els. Three Ply, Ingrain, Cottoa and Hemp, and
Venetian, at the
apr 26 ihew-vokk btihh.
FRENCH MERIN0ES, the largest
and most complete of color In town. Also Co-
burgs, all wool Oala Plaids and Detains. Maslin dl
Berges and other Press Goods by the piece or vard. a
the NKW TORS 8T0RJS.
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
the time.) PACKARD BARN CM.
Oct. . Ir04.
TDDINGS fe MORGAN are now re
. ceiving their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, embracing
ft very large assortment ia all the department of their
trade. The goo-is hav been bought at the lowest
price of the depressed market with the special refer
ence to the STftiNQiNrr or times, and will b sold i
eordingly. For Good at low price inonire at the
Oct i)J XMrlKJfi STOKE.
a. sin Light 7x Bxtra Qnality, at - - 3 c
asf - exiw - 3c
lis si - wii- - - . 4 ic
1000 " 10x14 Sc
txner siae in proportion, urners for Blind and
Door punctually attended to. All work warranted
eqnal to the beU PACKARD Jt BARS CM, Ar'l.
Warren, Ohio, Dee. 87.
A CHOICE SELECTION of long
a. JL aad squat Broeha aad Bar State Shawl, sold
jan 3 WARREN DRT GOODS STORR.
J.X Slow customers, and all others awing nt
money past due, are respectfully informed that they
auut pay as. We sell our good at cash prices, and
expect cash for them sometime. A word to the wise
s sufficient. loet 181 PACKARD at BARNCM.
JEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
Th nbcribers are bow receiving a large and
iesirahle Stock of FALL AND WINTKR GOODS, t
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
eomretition for rWr-v. or in exchange for Produce.
approved credit on short time will be given.
Warren, Oct. IS, liit. C. ec M MOSRR.
4 SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
V lrf Farmer. Neighbor, what Plow do you use J
Ftrmtr. Well. I have J. Long' No. 4. and
several other kinds, but Morley's Star Plow beau them
1st Farmer . I must ro to Warren and ret a Star
Plow. (Goea to Warren and return in course at the
SaV Farmer. Hallo, Neighbor, what hare yoa got
1st Farmer. One of Morley Double Plows. He says
It beat the Star Plow, and no mistake.
Sad Farmer. Cant be possible! but f it does, I
will buy one. (Exit ta Farmers, rnmd try Ike Plsms.)
The Double Plow prove to be the best ; in fact it doe
better work than any single Plow can do. This w goaf-
lee, or no sale. X. U. alUKLJSX tt Co.
April 5, litM.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
yoa who wish to ew any Spelter Wheat, caa he
upplied with thia valuable and aew sptcles f graia
by calling oon at the Monroe Hons. Winter Barlsy
for seed only, can also be had.
W arren. Sept --0, lri4. AUGUSTUS GOASTBR.
LACES and Embroideries, Honiton
Collars, etc- ta which the attention of the Ladies
ia iavited, at the (aprSS) NRW-Y0KK STORK.
fT AA PIECES Fast Color Prints, fbi
sale cheaper thaa the cheapest, at the
TEW YORK STORE.
usual full stock of Fill and Wurra Gooaa, bought
since tne aue vnLLl.il ut rKlCaS, to which tney
luvita the attention of their friend, former patron
aad the public, simply raaarkiur that they are nrvaa
TO aa CKasoL. sen. 97.1
QILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bon
KJ net, which are worthy the attention of the ladies.
Oct. 4. NEW YORK STOKE.
BEST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
" That big lot " ha this day arrived.
Oct. 4. . PACKARD ex BARNTM.
V CARD. We do not mean to offend
any body, bat we must hive our Notes and ac
counts settled, or we will be obliged to leave theat at
the Squires' Office for collection.
Warren, Nor. 1, '54. JAS. McCONNELL.
AAA FEET CLEAR, DRY, PINE
JVVUlI-MBKR. IV, 1 andt Inches thick,
suitable for Sash, Blind and Dr. for sale hy
Oct So. lro4. PACKARD r fMRvrr.
RENCH MER1N0ES, 1'AUAMAl-
X TAS, Coburgs, Mohair. Lustre. Alpaccaa and
asnmere, eiiing at renueen price. t tne
jau n AKSL.1 vat UUOUS 8TOKB.
SILKS! SILKS! A larje quanuty
and variety. comprising high Lastred Black, Plaid.
Stripe and Chaageabie. Also, a variety af Bonnet
bilk and nulla, cheaper than ever, at the
jan 3 WARRKN DRY GOODS 8T0RI
OLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths ;
A J a suixnior quality of yard wid Black 8.1k Yslvet,
lor tiioajEs, 3tantii,as, etc.. at tne
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORK.
CPANISH MOSS by thebaic or lb.
Alcove Rugs, Silver Terretts, Full Plate Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best uaality Spur, and Seamiog
june i PATCH k. ALLISON'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes,
Log and Trace Chain, BraeclUnf Loops. BrmM
mn-J SUrcr (lag Kins aod Claiiii, Carriag Kjtob
lapanned. Silver Itrau and pateut, at
jan 9 PATCH 4t Al ' SON S.
Flag of our Uuioa.
To he had at
Oct IX. lH-.Tm.
The American Crusader.
BALDWIN S Bookstore
p.ORTER & Co.'s NEW DRUG
A ST0RR. The proprietors of this establishment
take pleasure in announcing to the pnblie.tnatnotwita
standing the late are which destroyed a large portion of
our Goods, we are again open and ia full operation, at
So. 3. Jlarketst., warren, o.. wner w are daily re
eeivinx Fresh Drug direct from New York and Phi la
deljdiia. which we are offering for Caaa at price that
cannot ran giving satisractioa.
May -24. 144-
IN DOORS AND OUT, Or Views
1 from the Chimney Corner, elegantly illustrated
vol. l.'Ho pries f lou.
A law envies just
T BALDWIN'S MRS. ANN S.
STEVKNS Complete Oulde to Crotchet and Fan
cy Knitting, suitable for UoOiday Uift. (dec KO
A uf prime
IM0THY SEED. A few Bushels
see. I for BVle bv
BARRELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT
i.o-n Otntateot. Jnet rerM and for eal at
jan 54 55, K. A. SMITH A CnV
UTORIOGUAPHY OF BARNUM
anl (irerljr.at jan it BALDWIN'S.
THIG ALMANACS for 1855.at
N ATIONAL HOTEL. A. Chapman,
Proprietor, east aid Public Square, Warrea, O.
EAGLE HOUSE, by George T. HalL
Market street, W arrwa, O. Fifth door aaat af the
DOCT. J. DAYIS, Eclkctio Phtb
sriaa a.va Braaaoa Office ia Nichols' Hat Stare.
Mala street. Warrea. Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians will fad a fall stock of Kcleetia
Medicines for sal by Doct. Davis at ta above place,
7 M. M. EAMES, M. D., Physician,
' T Snrrena and Dmrtiat, WlBaaaas. Portage Cc 0.
oct ii-t-1 001
AMES JACKSON, Physician and
Burgeon, amce oa foul side ef Market street. (a
stairs.) four doors Best of im Bank, Warren, 0. apr 3
DR. S. LESLIE, EclecUe Physician
aad Sorgeao, Bloonfield, Tntaabol Co.. 0.
EW. T0WNSEND, M. D.7 Home-
aathie Plrrician,4fBce ia Snt'.ir Brick Block,
Rear the American Hotel, Warrea, O. apr ly
JOHN B. 4 JULIAN HARMON,
99 Physicians sad Burgeons, ofilce Norta side of the
Public Square. Warren. O. oct SO j
J. rallRLL. w. p.
T. w. yaaaaLL, a. a.
J& T. W. FARRELL. Physicians and
Sanreoaa. Offie and residcae oa Liberty
tooth af the EpiacopaJ Chare a, Warrea, O. mmr lOy
PAINeTmTI) Physician and
Swvreoa. Particular attentioa given ta th
tr stmt nt of Cancer, Scrofula and Lang Diseases. Of
cc and residence en H igh street. mar t
IL k A.O. FULLER, Attorneys at
Law. Office ever Smiths as McComaa Store. Cor
ner Block, Warrea. 0.
Jaa. 1st lrS4. ly
LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
- Special attention given to collectioa, aad the
prosecution of Pension aad Bounty Land claim.
Warrea 0. jaa 10 'ii-ly S3.
PHIL0 E.REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office over New York Store.
may 10, "54-tf
T F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
tf . Solicitor Id Chancery, Warren, Tmmbull Ca 0.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
seller at Lav, aver Smith ft McComb' Store,
corner Main and Market Street. Warren, 0. awr lOy
JOHN M. STTJLL, Attorney at Law.
tJ aad General Collector of Borne and Poreurn Claim.
umce over Bmitn t accomb store, w arren, o.
a. r. aorra . a. w. aaTUfr.
HOFFMAN fc RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office oa Liberty St. Warren. 0 eppe
ait tin Coort House. octs:f
x. a. uroerrr. J. aeiaaa csn.
LEGGETT 4 COX, Attorneys and
Counsellor at Law. Office ever Moaara Stare,
Market street. Warren, 0. je l-a
jowa tTT mw. a. p. cmrrsx.
HUTCH1NS k CURTISS, Attorneys
at Law. OfBe on North Main atrwat, near tao
residence ef Joha Matchina, Warren, 0. , ang I af
WILTOV TTtlVf'. aao-
CUTLIFF A TUTTLE. Attorneys at
v- baw, ana solicitor tn Chancery, warren, Traar
hnll county, 0 still continue their business at their M
flee, oa High trcet, tw door west eg tn Aasericaa
House. aiar 4 y
Physicians. Attorneys. Manufacturers.
BP. JAMESON St Co., Dealers ia
Stoves, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin.
Cheese Vata, ta,a 10 Mala St, Warren, O. mar 90
J7 SPEAR fe SON, Manufacturers of
kJ Sash, Door and Window Blinds. Factory mm
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warrea, 0. - jaa Say
FELLOWS fc MORLEY- Mannfacta
rers of Plows, Cultivator, fte. Shop aaat of Tar
ler's Warehouse, on ta Canal, Warren, 0. arp 38tf
JOHN J. GlJNyiNGTcamage and
tt Wagon Shop, oa Pine strest, midway ketweea Seath
and Market sts Warren, 0. mar S
4 L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
X - Baooaa.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia Hard
wars. Cutlery, eke. Warrea, Obi. - nor SS
GEO. T. T0WXSEND, Cabinet and
Chair Maker, flirard, TrambaI, Co. 0. Co Ana
Bade and delivered on the stories Dotie. lhuterala
ttended wiUMmt extra charge for Hearac . ag j
H. MORLEY fc Co., Mannfaetn-
. rers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Caatinn cea
tally. Poondry on the Canal, east of Taj ler's Wara
houae. Tin Shop four deer west af the Bank, Warrea,
H0LLINGSW0RTH Jt FITCH,
Dealer in Stove. Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Brittanta Ware, Copper Kettle, Brass Kettle, aad Hal
low Ware of all kind, at Cranate' eld stand. 1 door.
below SaSDh-e HalL Market street. Warrea. O. anr
Physicians. Attorneys. Manufacturers. Merchants.
A. A- BALDWIN, Wholesale
and Retail Bookseller. S3 Mala Street, a fasr
Boors sooth of the Post Office, Warren. 0. now 1
JULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacture,
and Dealer In Clock, Watch, Jewelry. Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Good. Market street. Inspire
Block, Warrea. 0. Watchea carefully repaired aad
warranted. Jane 7
PATCH St ALLISON, Dealers in Sad
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, aad Maa
(acturers of Saddles, Bridle. Harness, Trank, Teliae,
fcc, Main street, W arrea, 0.
JDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers ia
1. Staple and Fancy Dry (3od, Groceries. Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, etc., at th Sign
the Lmstrs stere. Warren, O.
Cfe M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign,
aad Domestic Dry Ooods, Hardware, Sreceriee,
Qeensware, Boot, Shoe. Hats, Caps, Ready Made
C totiing, ftc Market Street. Warren, 0- aagl
PARKS & WENTzTDealer. in For
eiga and Bonwstie Dry fioed. Crockery, Boot,
Shoes and Leather. Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Ready Mad Clothing, fte-, always rhsap
fcr ready pay at the 21 ew -York Store.
7ALTEREG & s63CDealers in
I Watches, Clocks. Jewelry. SUver Plated aad
Brit tan la Ware, Lamp, Fancy Ooods, fte. No. , Main
street. Warren. O. All kind of Clock aad Watcaee
Carefully repaired and warranted. mar t
ACKARD St BARNUM. (Sncces-
Bora to Warrea Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
veaier ia roiwiga and American Hardware, area.
Pauita, aad Carriage Trimmings- the
'Tail Brick, H
n arren, o.
AT B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
J-'X. Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour.
Salt, Fish, 1'laster, Jtc-, Warrea, Ohio.
and Commission Merchant, and dealer ia Plear,
Bait. Fish, Plaster, ftc fte, Warrea, O. mar 31 tf
STEVENS & Co., Commission Mer
CHanU. Dealers la Butter, Caeese, Saleratas, Pish,
Pruit, ujd Produce generally. Mas. 14 and 16 Secoad
Street, set wees Main and Sveaasore, Cineianati. O.
Rriax ts : Dickson. Biggs ft Co.; Wilshire, Bris
Ul, fte.; Joha Swasey ft Co.; Swaary ft Wis ; Harrt-
ft Hooper ; Kenaat ft Dudley, aad Merchant ra.
- apr ii j
Commission Merchants. Miscellaneous.
I0SEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in
(I Bishop ft Child' Melodeon. Mr. Haaeldia
keeps constantly an head the best Meledeeaa, wbick a
will furnish at aiaaafactnrer' price, at Farmingtea.
Trumliall county, O. Instructions givea gratia at Bar
chaser. Repairing and tuning doa with neatness aad
dispat.h. . naarS
AWS. RHODES St BARR, General
rroduce Commission Merehaats. Me. SS West Ca
lumens Su, Cincinnati. 0- (Cretoawra aa the Rsasrva
are referred to J. M. Brown. North Bloomneld.) aprdy
j. ? . saooss. ' ' ' rves Tawnsa.
p ROOKS THOMAS, Fashionable
I Tailora, roona trer Niehola Hat 9 tore, Maia SU.
Warren, Ohio. Particular attentioa paid to etttting,
and warranted to fit if properly narie up. feb 9 y
C BATTLE POWDER r-Breininjr. Fron
) Held ft Co.' Celebrated Tegetabl Cattle Powder
antly oa hand aad for sale ia large er assail aaaa
" ' h the ubscriber. who are oie A reels fee Lai
B. None are renuine anle procured of
March 1. lKfcMf C. ft M. MOSBR. Agta.
DOORS, DOORS, D00RS.-To Con
tractors. Carpenter and Builder. W can furnmh
yoa with Panel Door of all Kyle, a great deal caeaper
than you can make them by band, (and a good if not
better.) Call and examine ar work aad price: yt
wiil be uited with both. A lib. rat diaeoant to wiole
ale traders. K SPEAR ft SON.
LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILT
MKD1CIXBS, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, aad 0
f ood's India Cltolagogua, for sal hy
thy 3L PORTER ft C.
T?0R SALE. Tie
and Lot, situated oa sooth side of Hi
last side of th one aew occupied by Br. Was. Pain.
For particiar apply to
Jan3 R, a, MTrfSCW.
P ACKARD & BARNUM har oa
IS Too good PlttseaTga Horse Ska Bar. '
3 Norweriaa Mail Rod.
- 70 Bar ix ivstdel Iron.
iO " Jaaiatta Ilamax
M Sleigh Shoe Steel.
100 Sett Buwgy Springs, aasartsd,
M " Common and Pawwt Axle.
Call aa asea!, at th larr aad oldest Hardwaro
Ftor in tw West, d 7 PACKARD dt BARMTM.
COCHINEAL, Cudbear, Muriate sf
Tin, Chamla for Coloring Orea,aaddyataJa af
very deacript aa. Far aala low hy
May 31. PORTRR ft Ca.
PHE LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
L or picture of Palestine, Asia Minor, Sicily, aad
fpaitt. Bayard Taylur last work. Tea eapte test
icivc4t jaa 17 'U, ADAMtV
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