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EDWARD D. HOWARD.
EJitornnd Proprietor.
Wetk!7 Cirtnlatisa Ovrr !1C0 Cpifi,
and eohstantly increasing.
Ohc Tn .. aan Firry Cx-rrs in advance.
T vo DoiLtas if payment is delayed till after the ex
p:rWon of three months.
ITr"Nfl paper discontinued until ll arrearages are
paid, except at the .pcion of t Puhlishers-
RATKS OF ADVBRTISIXA.
Twrlve line. or lew, one insertion.
T.i
1 1 it
three " .
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twelve Ui.es.or lew. U.ree months, - - J jj,
. - six '"
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Twenty-four lines, three months. - J JJJ
- " twelve " - - ,,a
Thirty-six line, thre months J"
- - - twelve " " . '"IT
Advertising over this amouut, at the rate or fifty djl-
'"dCinsertel for -feyear.at $1 00 per line.
JOB PRIXTIXO.
.laving a well selected assortment or Job Printing
nmterial, we are prepared to execute m thfjer, best
inner all kinds f plain nd fancy Book and Job
Printing,
TH SS
ijm rnti Check Boiks, Bill Hearts,
BlSnki Receipts, Store Bills, Bills or Lading,
M$5. Ball Tickets Mxnifens. etc.
In fact every thin .lone in the shape of
lh -rir, cannot fail to suit, and on the shortest
Notice We keep constantly on nan a earefullv selec
led aXUrUnent of Cards and fine Stationery, from which
- hose in want of Printing can select.
Justice' and Constables' Blanks
WARRANTER, MORTGAGE QUIT-CLAIM DEEDS.
IIIMU, EISXTIIOW, t BKMiS, rTC-,
Constantly on hand and for sale.
Home Affairs.
Court of Common Pleas.
The lout wrk almost entirely occu
pied with the Leet trial. We should lj
befoi e onr reader a complete report f the
eaee, tut cannot devote the space necMnarj
to give an j thing like a full ijnopofis of the
trial. The proof of the dath of Mis Leet.
by Strychnine. w iuconteatalle, aad no
doubt could tefelt that Mr. Homer M. Leet
was eufferiug under the effects of that poison
in August last. It ww proved that the pris
oner Rollin A. Leet purchased Strychnine
just previous to the time of the commence
ment of the peculiar spasmodic symptoms
in the ease of his father, and that he had the
poison in . bis possession from time to time
'nearly to the pened or bis sister a ueatn. a
misunderstanding witb his father, growing
out of his attention to the young woman
whom he has raatried since the examination
before the magistrate, was also fchown and
ome threats which he had made in oonse
qoence. '
Several admissions of the prisoner's were
also testified K, and a body of circumstantial
evidence arrayed, which convinced the Jury
that be was guilty of the crime of preparine
for his father, the poison which was the
cause of bis eistei's death. .
The jury received from the Court an abli
and Impartial charge, which set in the
strongest light all the principles of law
which coold bear in favor of mercy.
Under these circumstances the eommuni
tv baa the fal.et confidence that justice has
been done, and that no one can complain
that the fullest and fairest opportunity for
tbe prisoner to prove bis innocence was not
given.
The case was ably andeloqnently argued ,
the speeches alone consuming meet of two
dvys.
Mr. Belden, the Prosecuting Attorney
aided by J. Hutchins, Esq appeared fir
the State, and Messrs. Milton SutlifT, and
L. C. Jones for the defence.
By urgent request we shall give next
week a fall report of the testimony, and the
charge of the Gurt.
Toe conduct of the whole trial from the
first accusation to the verdict reflects the ve
ry highest credit upon Mr. Beldin, the Pros
ecutor, who has spared no pains to vindicate
the eause of dublic justice, and has through
out shown fen ability and eloquence which
do bim great honor.
A new trial has been moved, and conse
quently sentence has not been pronounced.
Should the motion be over-ruled, the sen
tence will probably be given this week.
The statutory punishment for the offence,
is imprisonment in the penitentiary at bard
labor for a period from 3 years to 15 years
at the discretion of the Court.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a FL Fa- issued oat of the Court of
Common Pleas, -of Trumbbll county, Ohio, against John
Ernst, in favor of Edward B. Hoyt, to me directed and
delivered, I have levied on and shall expose to public
sale, at the door of the Court House, in Warren, in said
County, on Saturday, the 81st day of April, A. D. 1S5S,
between the hoars of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock P.
J of said day, t traeta or tot of land , the first of
which is described as follows, to wit :
Situate in Warren, or toirnship No. 4, in the 4th
Range of Townships, in the Connecticut Western Re
serve, in the State of Ohio, and whieh is also In the
County of Trumbull, and is known by heinf middle part
of lot Ko. 32, and is bounded as follows, to wit : on the
north by the north line of said lot Ko. 33, on the east
by &4 and eirhleen hundreth acres of land, deeded by
Joha Pussolmaa, ts See. Fuseeunan, in trust for Lydia
Brooks, by deed bearing date March 954, 1843. and on tha
outh by the original lot line, and on tnewest by lands
belonging to John Liba, suppose to contain fifty-four
and eighteen, hundreth acres of land be the same more
or less; appraised at twenty-eight dollar per acre. The
second of which being the following described Real Es
tate to wit: sit jate in Warren Township,o 4. in the 4th
Range of Township in the Connecticut Western Re
serve, in the Stato of Ohio, and which is also in -the
county of T rum ball, and is known by being ht Ko. 2i,
In Block So. 1, of the aoutb surrey of Warren, be the
same more or less, appraiaedat $375.
U. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. Mar. 2L, 1835 '13 3,H7
A
TTACHMENT NOTICE.
Joshos Bascom.)
ts. i Suit In Attachment.
EHsha Wearer. 9
At my icsunce, an order of Attachment vas Usned
on the tth day of March, l55.by John A. Coleman, a
Justice of the Peace, in Green Township. Trumbull
County, Ohio, against the foods, chattels, rights, cred
its, stocks and interest in stocks, moneys, and effect
f said defendant, Elisha Wearer, who is a non-resi
dene of said county, for tbe sum of (r23) twenty
three dollars and thirty cents - taid 8att stands ad
jooraed for bearing, to the sOd day of April next, at
... a tnanr niaonu
teo o cioca a. a. . vi:iiiBaovvi.
OiW Mar. 14, 11.
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XKCUTOR'S NOTICE.
w i. imh, .ir.n thxt the mhscriher has
been appointed and qualified as exseuter, on the estate
of Joseph Cox, sue 01 jsnsui, xrojnuii iouij. ",
dtCTMet MAN1EW LAIRD.
Mesopotamia, Mar. 14,
ONE OCT. SECOND HAND MELO
DEOK Goad toned snd In good order, can be
bought for 92S, at POMEKOVa Music Store.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, just re
ccived a large lot of choice, fresh Garden Seeds,
from Rochester. N . Y. put up liy L. P. Fogg & Co.
Also a variety of Flower Seeds, among which are
many new and beautiful kinds
at V.. A. SMITH ac Co'.. No. 5. VVn St.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER'S
9TAN FOB SALE, in the village of Kinsman, O.,
with an excellent trade and no oppoeitlon. Terms ea
sy. If not sold by private sak, it will he offered at
Auction, together with Household Furniture. Saddlery,
4-c, on Tuesday, April 31 lr55, between twelve and
tuar P. M. Applr post paid tn
. JAMES THOMPSON-, Kinsman, Tramtw.ll Co., 0.,
Mar. 14. 'i5 70
80
BUSHELS OF POLAND SEED
0AT3, a superior article, for sale by the snv-sr-!
tier, ABEL MERtUS.
Newton Falls, Mar. lSthTSJ. '13
CLARK'S COMMENTARIES, com
plvte tn six volumes, full bound, price cMM
Mar. 14, 'ii. At ADAMS'.
1?QR RENT, SEVERAL D WELLING
X HOOKa. AUGUSTUS GRAETER.
1'arrsn, Mar. 14. '15 f.
N
0TICE.
Any persons wishing to take ChiMrsa to raise
can be accommodated by calling at the TrumtnH t uti u
by Inirmary. Mar. U.'aMw
LAND WARRANTS flie iinderVigD
ed will attend to the prsteeottsa of HOTS TV
I. AN D CLAIMS, aiHer the "Old rMi.rs. Bill, paa."d
March SI. iKi. Of&c three doors below the rklll
ifouse. . arren. Okie. Ii. C. KAh'KEV.
Mar. 4,S.Vtf,
GREELEY 8 WHIG ALMANAC, a
"T !fgw "apply x fMar. 14. 5..) A DAWt'.
I FLEMING AND TJBBIX'S FRE-VCH
BICTIOyASr.Ort'ivs. Price (1,00. A frrcon
sat :. U.'ii.) A...--.
J
Dlt. H. TUBUS'
PR1L APPOINTMENTS.
X V Dr. U. Tt'BBS. Analytic Physician, will He at hit
room. Warren, ttiskill House, Tues.lay, Airil IX
Okwcll, Mr. Katun's. iKivday afternoon, A,-ril 14.
Ravinkl, Prentiss House. Monday and Tuesday,
April, 7th and !Kh.
Th-i-e afflicted nith Chronic diseases of the lircr,
Lunf-5. Kulneys or spleen Inftamations, Rheumatism,
Asthma. Shortness of tr aili or ditncult of Brenthiiit;.
Dylla. UrnMiy. Weakness) or Nervous debility.
ReAtlessness, Loss of Aitte. C-J9tiation, iH-ratiwie-ment
of the Ptomaceh, BUiious Atlertio' s. Gravel,
White f veilings, or ny lout? standing disease, are in
vited to rail
iso rnuuE ro roxn.TTto4 !
Dr. Tu-'s nei titer bleeds nr blisters, nor is he a
1 llm?oiinthit : he never ues Mermry. Antimony, Ar
; senie. or any other Mincrats, as meiiemt aprit.-; nor is
k a Th mionian heneitiier steams nor si ves emetics,
His the.,r- n.'diseMe differs from all others thit have
; beer, adapted, 'mt not more so thin doe h:s ytem of
tre.tint-nt: He des n t mate ck t mtke me, not
' teer damn t titd wp ain ; nor alhiy irrit-tion by
patcain? Hp m itli mmoJfaei.
pAtiei.t should mark srell the date jsiren s'wve.
Our entire tun hcinp ire-enira)ret!, ntteii'i ince unsl
! accord strictly with paHlislt-d sutiounceinetits.
An n:hia-"-l opinion to the prohai-it'ty of scare
; Is sirTMys riven su'-jcctiiiff the patient to nr expetisf
j a it It oat a reasonable prot-pcet of success.
The attention of isivalids is railed to the follotTin.
Mr. Cm:s health reauins exetllent.
! NotwiLic, Felraary, 154.
! Pr. Tr bbs Sir: Belierlnjt tht my life h l-ren pro
j l;n;ed by yonr treatment, and desirinr that others may
pruht by yonr experienre, I send yon he ftillowinjc
: Statement for publication. In Central America, Mar.
II. Irji, I was attar ke-i with B-llious Remit tine Fever;
j several leadinr physicians attended me while there,
j aud on my return passage fever left me weak a ith pro-
fuse cold sweats at nipltt, which continued until after I
saw yon. hirer liecinie enlarpted, stmach and ahdt
I men much bloated, and .towels so constipated, that lit
! tie or no movement occurred for ten or twelve days in
i succession, on less forced by cathartics, which, in turn.
seemed to atrrravate rather than relieve. A couph set
in which tiecame incessant and with constant ton u ring
run, 1 could find no rest in any petition daj or nijthu
leit but little. Expectorations were incredibly larye,
frequently exceeding a quart of ropy substance during
the niphu Countenance was sallow and death-like. I
hid teenaibome nine months before consulting you.
Neither thechange of climate nor the skill of our phy
sicians helied me. On the contrary. I grew worse and
worse, until ph. sicians thought treatment of little avail.
and neighbors, as wel as myself, regarded deta inev
itable, and near at hand. 1 received your first pre
scription early in March last, and was nudcr treatment
until the first of August, at which time I commenced
laltor. Since then I have had no cough or expectora
tion, no night sweats, indigestion or costive ness. I
now feel perfectly well, as well as ever in mv life.
ABRAHAM CASE.
We the undersigned, citisecs of Norwalk, Huron Co.,
O.. have carefully examined the statement of Mr. Case
to Dr. H. Tubba, In relation to the disease which he con
tracted while in Central America, and from oar person
al actpuintance with Mr. Case and frequent observa
tion of the condition of his health, we have no hesita
tion in saying that we believe his statement strictly
true,
A. G. Sutton, Senator of Ohio ; Chas. B. Stickney,
Probate Judge, Huron count v ; M. B. Baily. Justice of
the Peace; M. KelMe. NoUu-y Public Mar. 14, 'ao-m
GUARDIAN'S SALF..
The undersigned nardians of Amy Bright, Elis
aleth Bright, Margaret Bright, and James franklin
Bright, miuor children of Josiah Bright deceased ; in
pursuance of an order of sale made by the Prolte
Court, of Trumlrull County, will, on the "1st day of
April, A. I. loo, at the premises hereinafter mention
ed, sell at Public auction, to the highest bidder, fonr i
nndirtded seventh pari of the following described j
premises subject to the life estate therein of Amy Bright
widow of said Josiah Bright, deceased, vis : a parcel of
land situated in Jiewton In this county, being a part of t
lot Bio. 5, in section No. 14, and bounded sooth west ly
partly by the highway running from Warren to Price's j
Mills, In Milton, and south partly by tbe lot line, and
west on the original lot line, north by lands owned by
Leonard Miller, and east by lands of John Miller, sup
posed to contain seventy -six acres and a half more or
less except one acre sold to Geo. Longen burgher by
Josiah Bright in his life time.
Also four undivided sevenths part of the following
premises subject so the life estate of said Amy Bright,
widow, therein, and also to a life estate or Stephen Bald
win and Rebecca Baldwin, in fifteen acres 6f the parcel
hereinafter described to wit: situate in said Newton
and hounded on the north by lands of Jesse Allen, and
the highway leading from Newton Falls to Duck Creek,
on the east by lands lately owned by William Gil more,
now deceased, on the sooth by lands of said Gilmore
deceased, and Israel Cook deceased, and on the west
by lands of John Shearer and Augustus Stevens. Said
interest are appraised at the sum of $1540.12. Terms
f sale made known at the time of the tiering afore
said. JOSEPH W. COOK. i - mnt
JONATHAN D. BRIGHT. WC1-
Mar. SI, 12.
4t7" THE KNOW NOTHING AL-
MAN AC, and American Manual.
To give an idea of the character of the work we sub
join a partial list of its contents.
A history of the American Party and its principles
from the days of Washington np to the present time.
America ror Americans 160 Acres of Land for every
American Man, Woman and Child.
Roman Mysteries exposed.
Principles of the Jesnrts.
Opinion of Eminent men.
Washington a "Know Nothing."
Jefferson a "Know Nothing.
Webster a "Know Nothing.
Secret instructions of the Jesuits.
Influence of ftomish Priest at Elections.
Count Raimond Degradation (with woodcut.)
Police Statistics.
Interesting Items.
Mass&ere of Americans by the Irish Catholics, in
Philadelphia.
DeaUof Shiffler.
The American Flag desecrated and destroyed by pa
pal Irishmen.
Convents exposed Miss Bunkley and the EmmeUs-
tmrg Nunnery. Her escape,
The Jesuits and the Widows.
Tbe Romish Curse the Bishop's oath, and the Jesuit's
oath.
The Leopold Foundation (By Professor Morse.)
Ameitcan books destroyed by Catholic Teachers.
Morality of Romanism.
Mason Proscribed.
Romanism inimical to Republicanism.
Influence and power of Foreigners.
With fine engravings Just received at
Mar. 14. 55. ADAM'S BOOKSTORE
IEADY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1855.
Messrs. E. L. GIBBS sc CO., are adopting this
svstem in their business at Windsor, Ashtabula Co., O.
where they are selling more goods, and at lower prices j
tnai any estaousnmeni in weir vicinity, rnat is so
come and try them! Tbey wage war on high prices.
They have bought their goods low, and are seeing how
cheap tuey can sell uiem and live, iheir motto is
"quick sales and small profits a nimble sixpence is
better than a slow shilling.
Call and see them, and they will sell you goods lower
than von can buy tiiem elsewhere and charge nothinc
for their trouble. Tbey are clever fellows and delight j
in showing goods at ail times give them a call .
Feb'y 14 '5i-ly. j
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
County, ss. Court of Common Pleas.
Margaret HocafeUer,)
vs. Petition for Divorce.
David Rockfeller.
The defennant. David Rockfeller, will take notice.
that the said Ma caret Koekfell-r, on the twentieth day
of February A. D. 1855, filed her petition in said court.
asking far a divorce, and alleging as a cause: 1st,
wiltul absence for more wan turee year ; Zd, groat nec
leet of dutv. And that said cause will be for hearinr
at the June term of said Court, A. D. 1M55.
C. W . 8JUTU, Atty. for Pit
Feh.2I,35-'10
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull Co., ss.
Court of Common Pleas
Ruthanna Harmon i
ts Action for divorce Summons.
Benjamin Harmon.)
The defendant Benjamin Harmon, will take notice
thai he is required to appear and answer to a petition
filed this 8th day of February IHii, 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 drunkeness for more than
three years, 2nd, gross nec leet of duty, 3d. adultry.
LfalHitn st COJL, Atty's for PUT'S.
Feb. 14 1j5.
7ARREX MARBLE SHOP, situ .ted
TT on Market Street, at the east end of J. L. Yan
Gorder's Brick Block, where may le found a choice as
sortment of Italian and Vermont Marti le. Tomb Stones,
Monuments, Spires and every thing in the Ma ride line
of the best quality and finish, in the bestof 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. L. F. GAGER.
Mar. 14, S5. 1 y.
GOOD NEWS TO THE OLD SOL
DIERS! Every soldier who served fourteen
days in any war since lJO, or has been in battle, is en
titled to ltiO acres of land. If deceased, widows and
miuor children are entitled to the bounty. Widows of
Revolutionary soldiers are also entitled; also Volun
teers at Plattsburgh and Lewistown, in If 12, 1S14. and
IMZ. Chaplains, Teamsters and all 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 tn offer his services to the soldier, and sth
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
onice, ever Smiths k. HcComhs Store.
J. F. ASFER, Atty at Law.
vTarren, Mar. 7, '55. 3m.
A TTACHMENT NOTICE
V David Fusselman.l
vs. S Suit in Attachment.
John C. Tyiec. )
At my instance, an order in attachment was Issued
ou the lOth day of February. A. U. Irii, by John Cra
mer, a Justiee of the Peace, in Hubbard township,
Trumbull county, Ohio, acaiiut the goods, chattels,
rights, credits, stocks and all interest in stocks, mon
ies, aud effect of said defendant, John C. Ty lee, who
is a non-resident of said county, for the sum of five
dollars and fifty cents, gaid suit stands for hearing on
the ith day of April next, at ten o'clock A. M.
DAVID FL'SfcELMA.N.
TlaKhard, March 7, '55 "09
r UARDIAN SALE OF REAL ES
Vl TATE, by order of Court.
. On Saturday, the 31st day of March. A. D. J8S5, be
tween tbe hours of ten A. M. and two P. M in the
Toarnsbip of Brook fiel-l, Trum)ull county, Ohio, or
the premises, will Ik; sol i to the highest bidder, the
following real estate, as the property of George Leet.
dec 'd : Situated in brook tieM township, count v ot
Trumbull, State of Ohio, and is known byheiugallo:
lot numler (i3) twenty-three, as laid out and descrilei
in tbe recorded town plot of said Brook fie Id, and miff
posed to comin One Hundred and twelve rods
of land more or less, with the appurtenances thereun
to iielunrinr, subject to the dower of Jane Smith in sab
land. Terms of sale made known on the premt 01
the day of sale. ALLISON CHEW,
iinardian of Amelia and I-emira Leet.
By John Ucti-Hiks, Atty. for tiuardian.
March 'SV '!
NOTICE.
XI The Stockholders of the Mahoning Plank Roa
Comiaiiy, are requested to meet at the Court house, i
tlie town of Cantield, Mahoning county, Ottio, vn tb
th day of March. A. D. 155, at elven o'clock A. M.
for the purpose of electing the requisite number of lb
restars of said road for the ensuing year, an.1 for tran
ati-g such other Imsincss as may come before them.
Mo toi) wlf bsr e barged to said Stockholders on sai
day By order of ths Hoar I of Directors.
WILLI Alt WlIiriXESEY.Secretary.
Feb. 19, W U
BOUNTY LANDS.-CkDgreas having
passed a law gifing 160 acres of laud to each so,
dWr who has servd to the armies of the United Statt
tix'i A. D. 1?W, fur s period of fourteen days st lea,
an.) to the minor children f those deceased, and t
w1ows in certain evscs, I propose to act as an agei
la nroenrfng warrants for those who will employ w
f will do the t-nsinesson s)S fnorale term as any oi
t may be fvund at the Cruu office from 9 to 12 A,
and t0B Mo 5 K M. THOMAS D. WEBB.
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Oi;!y rtUWOto be disposed ofl distribution of gifts to
coae oil without fail, March in, 1K5, or sooner, if the
tickets are all sold. DA3HAL fc CO. beg to assure
their friends that under no circumstances will the dis
tribution postponed leyond the above mentioned date,
and they hope, by energy and the co operation of their
latriiis, to bring the enterprise to a conclusicn at an
earlier eriod, in which case due notice will be give'i.
OFFICE, 4rfl BROADWAY, NEW YORK
j 15U (MX) Presents to be given to the purchasers of the
large and tleant engraviug of the "Inauguration of
teurge Washington, President of the United States,"
from the celebrated painting of Dvid Paul Lanrens
Price of engraving ($1) One Dollar, which Includes a
gift-ticket, entitling the hoi ier to a chance inthe fol
I lowing list of magniheent gifts.
Tiie valne of the prescuts.a appraised bya Commit
i ee rh'in for the purMae. is S )4u,UH. as follows :
A splt'tiili.l farm n lite lluuu Hiver com-
plett-iy toeked, liou A.c ...$-6,lM)0
St me Frotd Dwelling and Lot on tilth Avenue,
N. Y. 13,000
A u;;i;!Mfit-iit rold Tea Service, property of the
Ute ii. Vjn Denton 4,0U
Silver Uine Arrive.-. - I, WW
The Race ll.rs -White Itarcn" t,00
Coach. Harness, aud Horses, a aaguificent es-
ta' (Kliuiei.t 3.-VMI
:l Sh ires Centml R ill-road Stock 3,HKI
ism FineUMt.'hes, $ltstejch
IU.ihh. (,...i St-nls and Thaius ltl.W-0
lU.Oiti. Ootd Pns and Silver Holders 5,1X0
luti Boxes l e-t Cipars...a
UNi ...!. I tiuard Ch iins..... lrUI
A Splendid Ihtgirv 1!X
Hheaton i 1,W
A Horse. Harness, and B'lgtry, splendid affair.
An elegant do-. St. Bernard K0
Splendid Fast-sailing Yatcb, Spirit of the
wave 4,w
The fast and trim pleasure Yatch, '"Evening
Kird ' - 1,
A itian for 13 years H,(NK
- S.nOU
i,nw
(All without iuteret.)
Rosewood Hi.t no .' Pfln
Mohogany Pianos...... 1.5'
A Farm inOhio. ..... ............... ...... .... 4.0"0
A Farm in Kentucky 3 .(UK)
A Farm in Pennsylvania 6,aw
A Farm in Massachusetts Kl.tXtfl
23.0tK Vols. Poems 11 .W
Statue of H:igHr G:rl,nyReeves 1,QM
Also over lttO.IMtti Paiutlnes. Sutues. Meilals. Charts,
Albums, Valuable Books, and Portfolios of Engravings.
making in all laO.UW gifts, which will be disa-uuted uj
committee appointed by the Shareholders, and for
warded free of charge by the Public's obedient ser
vants, DASH ALL St CO.,
46 Broadway, New York.
Orders for Engravings and Tickets in this great en
terprise are daily arriving from all parts of the United
States and Canada, which warrant us in promising a
very early oay tor the distribution. Applications
should be made immediately, as only a certain numlrer
f Tickets can be sold. Letters, with the money en
closed, to lie pre paid, and the Engraving and Tick-
will be forwarded free. DAS11ALL A CO.
Feb'y 14 '55- 14 4H Broadway, New York.
ST ATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
ss. Court of Common Pleas.
Tatrick Mangan A Co., )
vs. ( Civil Action.
.Britton, Peck. G rover & Co. S. j Summons.
C. Moser. oz fi. E. Hoyt A Co.
The defendants Britton, Peck, G rover A Co.. will
take notice that thev are required to appear and answer
on or before the 10th day of March next to a petition
filed this lOthdayof February 185a, in said Court of
Common Pleas, by the ptainntts Patrick Mangan St Co.
The petition asks judgment for ShaJ, against said
defendiints Britton Peck, Grover & Co., upon a con
tract for work and labor in constructing sections 47,48
and 49 of the Cleveland, A Mahoning Rail Road, and
also for an equitahleadjustment of the claims of the de
fendants S, Ac C. Moser. and E. E. Hoyt A Co against
the plaintiffs and said Britton, Peck, Grover oz Co.
An attachment of property is also sought, and the
Cleveland fc Mahoning Rail Brad Company served
with noitce as Garnisheer.
LEGGETT st COX, Atty's for PUTs.
Feb. 14 "55. 9
"VT0T1CE. The copartnership of John
ll L. Weeks ck 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 by note,
pay to A. Wenta. JOHN L. WEEKS.
Feb. 14th '65. A. WENTZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the business
heretofore at tbe old stand. A good stock of cloths
and ready ssade clothing, and also a good assortment
hats, and caps, constantly on hand.
Feb. 21, 55. JOITN L. WEEKS.
MODEL 8IXG1XG lSUOK.
ors QUAB.TU or a MiLuoa conn t
T11K CTTUARA.
B
Y I. B. WOODBURY. Since the
publication of the Dulcimer" to the issuing of
tne TiTUAsA," one quarter million copies of Mr.
Woodbnrys books have been sold. Such is the ac
knowledged exceience of the Dulcimer, both in kind
and quality, that it has been ssade the model for every
popular Music Book published since it's appearance.
For it's equally esteemed successor, the Cythara, enthu
siastic praises reach us from ail quarters of the coun
try. A SECOND EDITION Of TWENTY THOUSAND
now ready, in which the few slight errors which es
caped notice in the first twenty thousand are corrected.
ruMished by F.J. llrKTiwo-row, ew iork.
jan 24 KING dt COMPANY, Cleveland, O.
LUMAX BARETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole sgenU
the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
the toughest p.ece of Loathae 4a tsw saarrs, which It
frequently takes au hour or more to do tbe same piece
work. It stands without a rival We would respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the craft to
the subject. Do not forget the place. No. 20, Main St.,
Warren, O. d 13 JAS. McCONNELL oc Co.
HO DE-NO-SAW-NEE, or the
Leagues of the Iroqnis, by Lewis H. Morgan,
corresponding member of the New York Historical
Society, of the American Ethnological Society dec. An
elegant book of 5"0 pa ires and beautiful maps, for sale
ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. As well as a few more of
those cheap family bibles. jan 4 '55,
SWANS' MANUAL! Fourth Edition
ju5t isuMished, new and revised, aud adapted to the
present practice. A complete guide for Executors, and
Administrators, just rceived by express a large supply,
the (Jan 54 J NEW YORK BOOKSTORE.
SPIRIT RAPPIXGS UNVEILED.
Aa expose of the origin, history, theology and
philosophy of creation, alleged communications from
the spirit world by means of spirit rapping, mediums
writing, physical demonstrations, etc., with il lustra
tions, ity Rev. U. Matt i son, A. M., at
Jan. 17. BALDWIN'S.
rpiIE HOISERY Department Panic-
alar attention is paid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
any tiling they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
and rancy Colors, Cashmere, elate crown. Black and
White Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Hall
Hose, and a large quantity for children,
apr 26 E. E. HOYT A CO
FANNY FERN, ONCE MORE
The Life and beauties of Eanny Eern, a new
book just published.
We give below a partial view of the contents :
tienl'ia in Pantelett.
Fanny at school.
The Husband's death.
The Second Marriage.
Fanny at Church.
Fanuy in Broadway.
A Key to Buih Hall.',
A word about N. P. Willis.
All about Satan.
Family Jars.
Private history of Didamus Daisy, Esq.
The Wedding Dress.
Mrs. FarriugtoP on Matrimony.
A whisper to romantic Young Ladies.
The other side.
Single blessedness.
Petticoat Parliament.
F inny on widowers.
Othordox testimony.
The mistake of a lifetime.
A wife's devotion.
Interesting to bashful men.
A Chapter on Clergymen, Ac. Ac. Ac.
A fraantity just received at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE.
Price one dollar. Feb. H, '55
STANHOPE BURLEIGH The Jes
cits in our homes. A novel. By Hkxk" Dnr. In
one elegant 12 volume of 410 pages. Artistically Illus
trated with fine timed Engravings; beautifully bound
Embossed Muslin.
This thrillingly interesting romance has created a
profound sensation throughout this free land. It has
thrown tbe political parties of the United States Into an
unwonted agitation; it has already been the theme of
discussion in maoy legislative bodies. The remarkable
exposition of the manner in which public opinion is
oiade in this country, to secure the eleratation of In
triguing demagogues, at the expense of those I nit Sta
tions bequeathed by our forefathers, will astonish
thousands. It will illuminate the American mind with
faithful History of the Rise, Progress. Intrigues, and
Crimes of the deadly system of Jesuitism and Priest-
cntft, which is poisining our homes, and corrupting onr
politics snd institutions. Its startling revelations or
American society should be read by every friend of the
great movement now in progress, which is to releasa
cur Republic from the bondage of Ron an Catholicism.
feb. i5J t or sale at BALUn lrs.
I ARE CHANGE FOR A BAR-1
il GAIN. The three story Brick Building.
known as tneuity mm," is otrered for sakvoa
easy terms, as 1 wish to leave this neck of tbe woods as
soon as possible. jan 17 '5, M. McMAXUS.
TYPES OF MANKIND, or Ethnolog
ical researches based upon the ancient mono
incuts. Paintings, Sculptors and Crania of races, and
upon the r Natural. ographicaI, Philological, Biblical
History iy j. u. aou and Uea. R. Gilddon. Price
$5,00. A ftw copies just ree'd at ADAMS.
jan I'M.
t 0HN DOWLING S History of Ro-
man ism, it's doctrines and ceremonies, it's politi
cal and religious machinery, it's popes and councels,
it's ii.toleraie Spirit and murderous practices, from it's
gin to tne present uay at. BALUn l a
CAMPHINE ORPInF 0IL7Tnd
Burning Fluid, for Kile by
jan 84 'ii. K. A. EMIT!? k fo.
VTOTICE. .
i. All persons indebted by note or book account to
.he late firm of 8 dr. C. Hosca, are bere'iv notified to
rrthwith and square up. S AMUEL MOSKR.
Feb. 14 "iS-tf.
FARMERS, LOOK To YOUR
r LANDS. riMOTIiY SEED. The undersigned are
tow in rere4 of a large lot of Timothy SeeJ gruwn in
1'iwt, and entirely free from all other Seed.
Fowler, Fell. SI, 'ii 5w D. ANDREWS & CO.
DTE LEAVES, the people nre still
purchasing, demand increasing, to he had at
Feb. 14th 'ii BALDWINS.
rJUTH HALL. 5th supplv a
Fel.. llh'ii. , . ' BALDWIXS .
T UDGE EDMOND'STWO VOLUMES
f ON til'IRITl'ALISM just received at.
'eh. SI. 'ii. BALDWIN'S.
i NEW SUPPLY or Swan Manual,
just received (but edition) st
feb 81 ADAMS' BOOKfTOKB.
THE CRAFTSMAN Also the Fr c-
L rrason's Monitor, at
feb i - ADAM'S.
pOCKET CUTLERY, the very 6esl
at -ri, 14th 'ii. BAlBWIKif. '
8150,000.-1:1
:
I
ISAAC A. ISAACS
? I'XIOV HALL!
Corner of Poi-erloT and Cnion Streets Clerrlani, Ohio
liiis is the Larxest and Most Maguinceiit
CL0THIKU ESTABL1SUMKXT
in the whole Wssairn Country, aud is H!led with the
largest and Best assortment oC
llt uily Made Clothing, and Fnrnishlng
' ' (lOotls,
or all descriptions, of our own Slanufacturcand which
is warrruleri, to he Better Cult BVUer Ma.le. and oelter
adap: nX to the wants of the Community, and ia soU a
W1IOLKXALIS AND RETAIL
at tos eb raicxs thjn any other Clothing In the
WorM. , .
tntuircrs Ti'itinj Cleveland, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
I'lii. n Hall, rornerof SupeJinr and Cnion trcets.
l. .
TLrLOOK OUT rutt TIIK tilATSiU
J3
lHE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
X TWELVE YEARS ! Thi-re has been a gn-.U deal
of puffing an.1 stfaininir swing on in the l,in jiapers,
a thing I never was in the lia'-U of doing. 1 only take
this simple method of iiiforuiing my old enstnnu-rs, and
the public in general, that I have commenced ki-epiur a
small tirocery and B vr Hall, on Main street. No. 41.
(the lirrmrwi Sij;n.) where you can fliid surh grocery
articles usu.ily k-pt in such a stare. I also keep keep
on hand a fin4 rat-article of ALU and HKr.K. and in
vite all of those who are friends of the svne. The Hall
ts kvi oiieu e erv day. Sundays excepted .
Warren,Jan.3!st,lrii. D. BISIIOP.
VTEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
X 1 TRL'MBULL COrNTY.OIIIO. The undersigned
are preirariug to pn' Jish as soon as is compatil-le with
accuracy, a new and complete map of TrumlHill Coun
ty, entirely from actual survevs. The surveys will all
mails iy evperienced Engineers. All the public
roads and locations of dwellings, places i-f Wurihip,
Post Oinces,School Houses, CountyStores. Hotels, Mills,
Ate, are to 1 shown, aud the names of owners of piop
ertv will also be inserted in their places in the style of
Maps of Erie, Ontario, Livingston. Oeneaee.anrt uswe
go Counties cm. stc, in ew York by the sama pub
lishers. Maps of the principal vilages in the county will be
inserutl in the margin. The whole will be plotted to
the scale of inches to the mile so as to make a
large and ornamental map to be engraved and deliver
ed, handsomely colored and mounted at live dollars per
copy. GILLETTE MATTHEWS At Co.
No I? Minos St. PhiladelphaSnd Story- Jan. 31 '55
rNEVV HARDWARE STORE, fa
a. L morlev,
Successor to James O. Brooks, dealer In lUaDwiac,
Ci'Tbssv. Iron, Nsils and Glsss, where at all times
can be found a large and varied assortment of House
Trimmings. Carpenter's Tools, ore.
Received this day and now opening;
6 dox. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 " Beaver's "
1 " Hay Knives, good."
5 Pittsburgh Gun-barrels.
S Remington's
3 Tons I'mslKirgh Iron, assorted sizes.
59 Bundles best Norway Nail Rods.
Warren, Nov. 1, 154. A. L. MORLEY.
Having this day sold my entire Stock of Hardwart
to A. L. Moai.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. MouLtT, where I shall be happy to see them aa
nal. J. 0. BROOKS.
Oct- 30, 1854. nov. IS
HANDLER SHOP. Tlie subscri-
ber announces to the citisens of Warren, and the
public in general, that he has established a Chandler
Shop, where he intends to manufacture Candles, Soap,
and superb article of Sausages, which will always be
a hand at Wholesale and Retail prices.
rrpThe Proprietor can at all times be found on
Market Street, one door west of Vau trot's Jewelry
Store. Warren. Ohio.
TTP The highest price, in Cash, will be paid for
Tallow and Lard. ;d 13 A. L. C. DAY. Agent.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers beg to inform the ladies of War
ren, that they have received a splendid assortment of
Bonnets, Ribbons, Silks. Lawns, French Flowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimmings, A-C-, ate, which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Those who will favor us with
a sail, will, we trust, be amply repaid for their trouble,
apr 26 K. E. HOYT At CO
S CRAP IRON WANTED. -Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the 8tove and
fin Warehouse of
B. P. JAMESON At Co.
April 19. '54.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Combs, Brushes, Silt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
fly-nets. Door Matta, Alicant Matts, Ac- at
June . PATCH fc ALLISON'S.
P URE CREAM TARTAR an1 Snper
Carhonate Soda, by B. A. SMITH A Co.
4 FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
1. LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, and said to he
the best in town, at may 31 PORTER a Co-'s.
1fi(V0Z-OF QUININE, ju-t recei-
X J f ved and for sals at low flrures. at
May 31. PORTER At Co.'s.
VTE HAVE FOR SALE . n com i. is-
f T sinn. one of Emory ox Cn. s two-horse power
Threshing Machine. T. II. MORLEY & Co.
July 5.
SOLE LEATHER. A prime article
for sale at E. E. HOYT Jr. Co's. Some of that GOOD
TEA, Java and Rio CoSce. Seedless Raisins, Rica. Jrx
ISMS nse'd t - Si I. an Breet.
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
50 Quintals Codfish ; 10 Gross Lyon's Kathariou;
20 bills, and half bbls. Mackenl, just received at
nov f Dl'XLAP Ac STEWART'S.
" TTLLEVES."-This beautiful
IJ Hi
istorical and Religious game is selling jt
ADAMS', as predicted. Also, "Ma May," -Ida Sor
man," "The News Boy," and all the new works of the
day. jd 13
7M. S. WEST, Proprietor of New-
II ton Fall's NTRSERY, has just returned from
the Tpper Lakes with a variety of Evergreeu Trees,
which he oflers for sale on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Evergreen Trees, Fruit Trees,
Grape Vines or Shruiibery, are respectfully requested
to call for them before the ground becomes froxen, or
early in the Spring, as he intends to visit the L'pper
Lakes asain as early as the middle of ApriL
Newton Falls, Nov. 5S, 1854-tf.
OOLEN GOODS ARE DOWN.
The evidence can he had in the prices or Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinetts, Tveeds, Red,
Orange. White and Printed Flannels. A superior qual
ity or 10 q. heavy twilled do. Blaukets, and a variety
of other Woolen goods, at the
jan 3 WARKEX DRY GOODS STORE.
FOR SALE. A very desirable jl
Ilouse and Lot on Prospect Street, in the
northern part of the villaee of Warren. Ilouse new.
Apply soon to H. B. REEVES at the Empire Store.
Warren, Nor. 8, lM54-tf.
FOR SALE.
Etghtr acres of Wood Land, situated In Dane
Township, Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
jan 17 ,
Ortskill House S-tloon.
FOR SALE ORRfiNT.
The Furniture and Fixtures of the Gaskill House
Saloon. For particulars inuuire ou the premises,
jan 17 '55, M. McMAXCS.
"VOTICK. All persons indebted to
ll roe. by note or book account, will confer a favor
by calling at the Gaskill Ilouse, and "squaring up."
as after the 15th of February, all notes and accounts
will be left foreollection. M. Ml MAN IS.
DR. DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland, at dinburg,upon his return from his risit
to the United States. Also, BE DIN I and Dr. DCFf
contrasted, by Kerwan, for sale nt
Jan. 1? BALDWIN'S.
DISSOLUTION. Tbe partnershi.
heretofore existing hetweem the subscribers un
der the name and style of 3. At C. Moser is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts oJ
the late'finm, are in the hands of Samuel Moser for
settlement. SAMUEL MOSER,
Warren, July 24, 1854. CORNELIUS MOSER.
CO-PARTNKRSMIP. The undersigned, of the lat
Arm of 8 At C MOSER, has this day associated with bin
Michael Moser, for the purpose of continuing the Mer
cantile business at the old stand, under the name and
style of C. At M. Moser. They respectfully invite a
continuance of the patronage so liberally extended ta
the late firm. CORNELIUS MOSER.
Warren. July SS. 1854.
THE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
E. HOYT At Co, No. 1. Main street, offers great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the gtnuiue kind.) Sheetings,
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nic
Muslin Collars. apr tO
pREELEY'S WHIG ALMANACS
VT for 1853 at ADAMS.
Also German Almanacs by the Gross. Feb 7j
KJ by Richard Sailor Shell, M. P. All of our legal
gentlemen should read this work. 3 vot cloth, price
92,25, at Feb. 7 ADAMS.
CRABB'S SYNONYMS
Karnes Elements, -Bryants
Poems, Complete.
Lonpfellows Poems Complete.
Mrs He mans H
All beautifully hound and elltfrantly Illustrated. New
Kd it ions of these works, by the liarpers. just receir
edat Feb. 14th ADAMS.
MY COURTSHIP AND ITS CON.
SEQUENCE, 3d supply at BALDWINS
Feh. 14th '53
A
LL the New Works of the times
can as usual be found at
I Feu 71
ADAMS' Ronxioas.
'PUIS MODERN ARCHITECT, or
sL Every Carpenter his own Master, cmHracinir
Plans, Kleratious. Specifications, Framinc. Ac. for
Pn vae llousen. Classic Delliii4S. an1 Churches, to
srhich U added the new systftu of Suir 'mil liny. Il
lustrated with sixty-live eu-rraTincs. By Kdward Shaw.
Kor aile for the first time in a Book-store, at
fei) B AL DWIN'g.
HOUSES TO LET. Two dwelling
houses will be to let by the Proprietor, situated
on Franklin Alley. Enquire of lb. sutiscriber on the
premises. ISoO'l terms will be rmvle to good tenants.
Warren Feb. !, '55-tf EVAN EVANS.
TYPES OF MANKIND7bY NOTT
At GL1DDOX. Price ,00. A few eoppirs at
Feb.-", 'ii. ADAM'S.
130EMS BY Wx. C. BRYANT, with
X numerous elegant engravings on Copper, by
Leutxe. Price 4,IM. A few copies at. ADAMS'.
Feb. . "55.
lioEMS BY L0 N GFHLL0W C0M-
X PLETE.
Poems by TEXXTSCN, Comi lete. Just received at
Feh. . '55. ADAM'S.
XTEW GOODS, NEW GOODS com
.A-'I prising spring lVLalnes, of the latest style also
a Urge assortment of fine French wrought collars and
undsrsleer.es, just receive! and fr sale at the
WARREN DRY UOOPS STORE
Mar. 7, "if.
'-Copies
2lusital Jcparlmtnt.
S..
P0MER0 Y ,
TBACIIKK Of -.ft, ,
At GUITAR. Whole
sale and Retail dealer
In l'iano-Fortes, Melodcons. Guitars, Violins. Accnr
deons. Sheet Music, Instruction B-ioks for diilerenl
instruments, English and Italian Guitar and Violin
Strings, and all descriptions of Mus'cal Merchandise.
Piano-Fortes, Melodeous ami Accordeons tuned aud
ret.ired, and all work warranted. Secoud-hand I'ianos
ml VelntlMtn. talrn In V. ...... t. w nl.. All
Instruments anld will It illleee,! fre. of charire. ketit
in orler for one year, and warranted for any length
of time. Granite Block, Liberty t., Warren. Ohio.
.ilarcn Hi. l.-.4.
'pilli YOUNG FOLKS' tiLKK
aL BXKI contaius many of the finest songs ever
puMUhed. Amone them are the following :
AonU 1,-iurie; Prima Ionna8ong; A Cot Beside the
Hill; Iturnl or Mr. JmUon: Blanche Alaen: By the
Sad Sea Wares; Child's Wish; Do They Miss Ms:
fir.ive of WiAM.iiii-rsi.in; (intve of Bonaiarte: llearts and
Homes; Happy Bayadere; Had I met Ihee in thy
beauty: liia Alay; I wuuld 1 were a hoy agiin; I've
hen roaniin.; Jamie's on the Siormy Sea; Katy Par
litiir; Katv did and Katvdidut; Lola is our l.rling
pri.le: Lilly U.kl? Lilly Dear; Last serenade: Miry of
Arryle; My rather s coming home, Muther; .MouiUun
eers Fre-ell; So Mere; Oh would I were al-oy again;
OsHian's erenale; Oh! Charming Mary; Oh! home of
my Childhood; Pauper's Funeral; Songs of other days;
She sweetly sleep; We miss thee; Wbt-re are the
friends of my youth; Thy name was once a magic iell;
There'sasigh in the heart; We met ly chance; Son:
of lore; Yes, 1 have lored hefore; Yes, Hi truy Uty
Katy now is Sleeping; She's only gone before; Why do
I tp for thee; Yes, I hare loveJ.
The altOTe songs are finely harmouized, an-1 almost
any one of them is worth the price of the Book. It
contains orer lutl of tbe best sonrs exunt. whieh
wouM cost in sheet music at least $ The Book is
neatly hounl, and is sold at the lo w price of $l,Wt. A
new sunn I v iust receive! at Pomerov's Music Store.
promptly sent i-y mail on the receipt 01' tl.tl'.
MEL0DE0NS. A new lot jut re
eeived -C'arhart's best all sites. Fonr new
Pianos just received, and as many more will lo opened
in a few days. I have now an elegant assortment ol
old and new Pianos, Melodeons. Ate., Ate.
Call and hear, at S. I. POMERUY'3.
Sept. SO.
A 2
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN
adapted for a small Church or the Parlor, is now for
sale at a very low price, at PoMEKOVS'S
Sept. SO. Music Store.
CANE SEAT PIANO AND MELO
DEOS STOOLS, just received at
gel,t. SO. POMEROT'S.
EVERAL very superior new Pianos
K.J lust opened at i-omeboi a
SepU 20.
Music Store.
A
FEW MELODEONS TO RENT
now en hand, 8. T. P0MER0V-
Sept-et.
I 31 AN O FORTES. The following
comprises In part the stock of Piano Fortes now
in my Ware-Room: - Prices.
Three 6 Oct. Rosewood, ease plain tables, each 5
" 6', 3"0
Two - " fancy " " 325
One " " extra finish XM
- . 6'i " " plain Sort
" 6' round corner 9"S
" 6 " extra large scale S75
Two 7 " plain uhles, round cor. S50
7 " carved Rose Utiles, each 45
Kothing can surpass the richness of tone, beauty
and finish of tbe tfte last-named.
One second-hand good tone............ ....glSO
- - - 100
The above have all been recently selected by myself
at tbe Manufactories, and are in every respect superior
Instruments.
A liberal discount will be made from these pries for
CssA.
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to snit.
Warren, Nov. 82, 1SS4. S. T. POMEROT.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
PRESENTS. Those who are intending to make
their friends a real jafi and valuable present
during the coming Gift season, cannot fail to make a
nice aud satisfactory selection for that purpose, if they
will take the trouble to call and examine my large
assortment of superior Pianos and Melodeons, and
ascertaia the low figures at which a really valuable and
fine toned Instrument can be obtained.
Pianos from 9100 to 500. Melodeons from (15 to
J0. 8. T. POMEROY.
Warren, MoT. IS, 1854.
SINGING BOOKS.
THE DULCIMER,
SACRED MELODEO!, '
SACRED HARMONIST.
ALPINE OLEB SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK,
COTTAGE GLEES. Ate,
J iiM received at POMEROT'S. Aug.
CARH ART'S MELODE ON Instructor-,
new supply at POMEROY'S.
Ang-2..
O
NE SECOND HAND 4 OC. MELO-
DK0N, very good tone, eaa be bought for S30, at
Aug. S. POMEROV'S.
BASS VIOLS, Gait trs. CI iro ietU and
Violins Urge supply Just re ived by
Augusts. POMEROT.
SOME more of tlvise Se -on Hand
Pianos, just received at POMEROY'S.
August 2.
rPIIE GUITAR. We publ sh the f 1-
-A. lowins; from Wa Hall A Son's adTertisement in
the Mtuifl rldmmd Times: "With the (Treat and
increased attention now siren to the study of music, the
prenent demand for this heautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a m-itter of surprise. A few years
afro it was quite a norelty to hear a Lady or Gentleman
play the Guitar, hut the potmlarity of the instrument
has so grvMy increased, that there is now scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, hut at least one of its
memlers nnmlrer amoiisT their accomplishments that of
playing the Guitar. William Hall A Sons aremakinjc
a T-ry superior article in that line, and their Instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate. We have
those of their make, and also, the German and Spanish
Uuttar. Trom SJ to fJU each Also strinps or the rery
hest quality. 8. T. P0ME1UA.
Warren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARHART'S
MELODEON INSTRUCTOR! This is an in valu
able work to those learnius; to play the Alelodeon. It is
a lrce, neatly Iwund work, presenting a series of near
ly dm studies being a complete and profrressire method
of instruction for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
To this is added a rery -raluaMe assortment of Sotiics,
Dietts, and Trios. Waltses, Marches, Quick Steps, Pol
kas, Ac; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Ellin Waltz, Fest March, Gertrude's
Dream Walts, Gipsy Polka, Iron Boots Quick Step, I'll
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Waltz, Chorus
from William Tell, Thou Hast Learned to Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Song and Quartette, Jamie's on the
Stormy Sea, Annie Laurie, Family Biole, Ac, all
choice Pieces.
There are nearly KM) good pieces of Music in the
Book. Price 91,U. It will he sent by mail to any one
sending fl.W and 4 postage stamps.
Warren, April 13. 1&4. 8. T. POME HOY.
METRONOMES, or tiim-kcepers
with and without a hell, for marking off meas
ures, for sale at POMEROY'S. Every Music Teaeher
should hare one. Slay 31.
MUSIC BOOKS just received at
POMKKOY'S. The Hallelujah. Cythara, Chime,
Young Folks' Glee Book; Dod worth's Brass Band
School; Amatuer Organist; Johnson's System of Har
mony, Ac, Ac, all raluaole works.
Warren, November 1, 154.
FOSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A large supply just received. This is just the
Book that little clubs of Violinists and Flutists want,
and we are happy to say they are beginning to find It
out in this section as they hare already done in the
Eastern States. We are prepared to furnish them as we
do everything else at the New lork retail price, $ l ,00.
Orders l-y mail promptly filled. 8. T. POME BOY.
May 3, 4.
CARHART'S MELODEONS ar the
best Reed Instrument in the world. A fresh sup
ply just received at POMEROY'S.
GUITARS. A very respec able arti
cle can now bo bought at POMKROY'S for t3 SO.
May 31.
13IAN0 STOOLS Plush and Hair
J- Cloth Stool, a fine assortment; also cheap Can
Seat do., at may 31 POMEROY'S.
PORTABLE Minic S:ands, ot
mayjl POMEROY'S.
FINE TONED 4 KEYED IVORY -TIPPED
FLUTES, with a box, can be bought at
POMEROY'S Music Store for t'-' 13 J, others in propor
tion. June 7.
Zurdel's Melodeon Instructor;
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto j
Burgmu tier's M ditto
Bertini's Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
June 7. POMEROT'S.
'T'HE S -niintry Clas Bmk; a capital
-II S'.i.ging Book for Schools and Private Classes.
June". ST. POMEROY
Cottage Glees, a new supply, nt
jun7 POMEROY'S.
rPOY DRUMS Fi ldl.s an I Trum-
-Lpets, at POMEROY'S.
Dodworth's Brass Band School ;
splendid thing, for sale by POMEROY.
VLOT of lezant Flutinas, from 88
to35,jntrec'dat Jun7 POMEROY'S.
Z lf W MUSICAL TERMS, a com
plete Dictionary, for sale hy
June?
rujirnui.
'PUNER'S GUIDE. X complete trea-
-1. tise on tuningand repairing Pianos anil Mek leons
Price iocts.. at POMEROY'S.
Msy 3. '54.
1
USIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, '54.
POMEROY'S.
B
EST Silver Violin String, at
May 3. '. POMEROY'S.
OLD Violin ; Strings, at
May 3. St. POMEROY'S.
f 1REATMEN& GREAT EVENTS,
T t. most attractiru Hook conuining 900 pages,
handsomely round with 300 engravings, and we offef
them at such a low ricT that rrerytody buys them,
almost with ant exception. We have rceied a fetrge
nom'er and can furnish them, tn he sort again at the
publisher's lowest price by the JW copies . at
jan I? "ii. ADAMS' Book Stora
BUTTER AND SODA CRACKERS.
We have made arrangements with the DuQueson
Cracker Factory, hy whieh we are constantly receiving
their celel'rateJ Crackers, and which we oner to Dealers
or at retail, at the lowest rates. Warranted the hesl
and Cheapest in the mirk.
DC N LAP A STEWART. 4 & 3 Market St.
jan 17 '55
'PO
1' CO
THE DANCING PART OF
COMMCSITY. We would respectfully call lhir
atteatfoa to a splende-l lot of Okst's 0 itcks. warrant
el to At any kind of a foot: which must a. sold, of
given away, call sosn and examine.
Jva 17 V. JAS MofCXNEL sV CO.
' PEN DAYS LATE It FROM
L Humors are afloat that a recent attack was made
dnys amid a terrihe cannonaiiing and constant discharge
that no lives were lost, although nvitiv .ere cmpel!el
ami sorrowing hearts. The ORIGIN AL JAMES is
friends and customers the
LA I" (JEST STOCK
Ever exhibited to the citixen of old Trumlmll: among
coos, v&kss hotiom, cttoTsKRY oxo 'Kales an.1 Lliroits
ever. To Merchants, Pedlars and Landlords, 1 will say,
call and examine my stock and prices, ti l-ecome convinced
of the West, No. 3, River Bines, M. in street.
t""ll", FORKK.X AND
Which were l,.n-ilit at tlie r-cent decline of price, and
house wot of New York. Come one and all and examine
Tweeds. Jeans, ccc. ore.
LAnlES'DRES HOODS
From Prints t'i lilk. and all the necary hiti7. .Inch
Blenched Sheetinei and liirtiiitfs. Tickinrs of ail qualities
YANKEE 'TK.NS enoujh t. supply the Western
Whil-!ale or R-tiil.
3IORK t'ltiCKEKY thsn ever was uiade. and at Wus
enough for all Nurthem Ohio : boots from I.tsj to
are cuin. oT w!1! a -rf-t nish.
READY MAIK i'LOTHINO A Uriri' stock of all
Vests froraViclitt to sji.00. Come rijht a'ong s.ih vour
whre von can nnd the lircet s'"ck In Ohio, and tlie l
RrmenHr the .l:ic-. NO. 3, KIVhK BLOCK, WAKKEN,
February 1. I'i'i.-lf
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
J. SOIT1I OF TIIE CANAL.-The v
SUbscrilier lias now ou hsnd, aud .ill at jjf-jS
all times Vi-ep a large lot of CAR-"J-
RIAliKS, BI'tltilES an lWAf.UNa on hand, of
description, style and grade 01 price..
His experience in husiness.and tlie extentof his shop
enables him to furnish any description or work in his
line, on the shortest possible notice, whether it lie the
puttm-ui. of a splendid BAKOlCIIE.orthe common
BCGGY, the material for which are at all times kept on
lV. WORKMEN sre unsurpassed by any In the coun
try, snd his work shall e-iual if not surpass asiy eastern
m.n,trirturers.
Buugies and Carriaee ready for use. will be ex-
changed for Lumtier, Country Proiluce.oryoungllorses.
Second-hand RnMies taken in exchanie for new ones.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS alwa ou hanU, and for
sale at the lowest prices.
Those wishing sliy work in my nn.
invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and thev cannot fail to be pleased in regard to
both. My shop having become a permanent one. I am
determined to supply and suit all who like nding in an
elegant and easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires a
snt.nntial farm or road wacon or cart.
Paintins and Trimming don. on short notice.
V: PAI1 work manufactured at my shop is warranted.
Warren. March 22, lcM y U- C. BELDEN.
K. WISELL Manufactu-oW a
.J rer of Carriages, Buggies and
Wacnn. West side of the Mahoning riv-
er. Warren. Ohio, kee on hand a large assortment in
his line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles,
among which may be found a isrge lot of splendid Rock
aways. of various patterns, with one, two or three sMts;
a good supply of sliding-seal Carriages, several of which
are on a new and Improved plan, having extension tops,
being different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a gor.n assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Buggies, and two-horse
Waeoos, all of which will be sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Resvrve. 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 he procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regard style,
quality or prce, to every person who may favor h.ra
with a call. . . .
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
W"nVb. PAINTING and TRIMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be given to all responsible per
sons who may desire it. All work done al his manufac
tory is warranted. .....
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge, wBY?h'0-r .
April 42. lo3. EL' K. WISELL.
''PHE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings &
J. Morsan are opening their large Stock of Spring
Boods, which comprises an ' assortment of every style
of Staple and fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
asol. Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries. Ate, Ac.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
live variety of Ladies' Dr-ss Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries. Shawls, Mantillas, stc. in all
the latest and most fashionable styles- Also, to their
assortment of ver superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
ings, Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens. c.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, or
Hie 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 tsirU as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April 12.
7 ARREN SASH, Blind and Door
f v Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH. BLINDS and
BOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sixes in use. and of the best
quality, which they will sell ou reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture of VENITIAN
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
lore ottered to the public
We will also continue the manufacture or PAS EL
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment will be warranted,
is we use nothing hut the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none hot the first class workmen. In our en
deavors to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
111 improvements in our business, and conversant with
til lote styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would invite all wishing to purchase the above ar
ticles, to call at our office, where we wiU b found .11
hours of tbe day, for we shall give our constant per
tonal super in tendance to the detail of our business.
K. SPEAR At ON.
jan 19, lrSS. Successors to Edward Spear.
nNCE MORE IN THE FIELD. Ti e
4r
V. sulicriiiers having I teen driven
from their old quarters on Market
St., hy the recent tire, would inform
the public that they sre to he found sj
OB Main St., in the room formerly
occjnied bv Mr. Mllliken, two doors
Irom Smiths At McCombs, whetethey are just receiving
a lareand complete stock of NEW O'JODS in their
line.
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
shich tbey can recommend to customers as both good
and cheap.
Our larite stock of New Goods of Gent' Fine French
Calf and Morocco Boots ; Fine Congress and other style
or Gaiters; Patent Leather Shoes; Slippers; Dancing
Frunps, etc. I
LADIES' ROODS.
Fine French Gaiters of various colors and new and
beautiful styles r Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes, Buskins, and in short, every variety of this
kind of goods which eould lie desired. Also a complete
stock of Misses' Gaiters, Bootes. Buskins snd Slippers
of various style snd colors, together with a full assort
ment of Boys' and Youths' Shoes, both fine and coarse,
and all kinds of Child rens' Shoes.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTflERS!
Particular attentiou is called to the fact that our stock
if Leather, F;svlines and Shoemakers' Tools, has been
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf, American ditto. Enameled Leather. Kip,
Moroccos, Kids, Robber C'oths. Linings. Bindings and
FinJinxsTenerally.inc lading Hammt-rs, Pinchers, Shoe
Knives, Wheels, Irons, Peirs, Shoe-Nails, Zinc Nails,
llunirarian Nails, Shoe and Saddlers' Thread, Bristles.
Ists a large lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
sf all thinis pertaining to the trade.
Remem'ier the place. No. 8, Main St., and yon will not
tegret giving us a call. W. At B. CRANAGE.
Warren, May 17 '5 1.
1)L0WS, PLOWS. We are now ma
. king and keep constantly on hand the following
popular Plows :
Long's No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double, do
Road. do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth- Plow
tepaired on short notice.
Jan. 19. T.ll. MORLET 4 Co.
EA. SMITH fe CO., (Late Hoyt.
. Bro. At Co.,) X0. 5, MAIN STREET, WARREN,
I). Dealer in Dross, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, Aic. Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes,
Brushes, etc. Sole agents !n the place for the sale of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Peetora land
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
STOVESIN WARE, fcc. THE
KING OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson A;
Co., with a new and elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, elevated
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Rights stove.
pTjAluESON & CO., continue to
manufacture Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
Eave-troughs put up on short notice, and warranted
of good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
good style.
Warren. March S9. 1S54. .
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are now rnakinj this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it suriiassess any other kind of
plow in use. Several premiums have been awarded tt
at State and County Fair. T. H. MORLEY At Co.
Jan. 19, 154.
FARMERS ! WHEAT is worth One
Dollar add Fifty Cents per bushel. Will you use
s poor Plow, when at Morley's Foundry they keep a
good article, and warrant them.
March 5, leH. " ,
rPHE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
-L T. II. MORLEY At Co., will do better work than
any other Plow in the Stale of Ohio, except the Michigan
Double Plow. m- .
E, Ac., New -A"
Those who wish to
e invited to call at V
OTOVES. TINWARE
O Shop on Market Street. Those
the shop of E. G UOLLINGS WORTH, at Cranage s old
stand, 3 doors below Empire Hall, Market Su. where
lliey will had a large assortment m i-. m.,
Japanned-ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and Hollow .are of all kinds. Curar and Good.
Call at llulliursworth's before you buy. Job-work
and retiairing done on reasonaMe terms and with de
spatch. H0LLINUSW0RT11 Jt F1TCU.
Warren. October 13. 'S3.
'PHE GREATEST Side Splitter of the
L Age The Chronicle of Pinevilk This Bonk em
braces sketches of amnsi-fK scenes, incidents, and
characters of Georgia and Alabama, by the author si
MasorJ..nes'Couruhip,at
decxti) BALD IN S.
Vt" PAINE. M. D Has returned
Y . from his visit to the Eastern Hospitals, and
will resume bis practice as Physician ami Surgeon. Of
fice and residence as form rly. High Street, Warren,
Ohio. Dec.iT.44.
pRYSl ALLIXE & VARIEGA 1 EL
KJ WASH BALLS. Brown Windsor and Transneretu
Soap in cakes and bars, and Collie's Chemical Olive
Boap. For sale at
PORTER at Co.'s
SaayTll.
p QOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
T Now selling for ii cent, per yard, at the
j. 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE-
rPH E CHIME The great Singing
L Book of the season, a notice of which will !
seen in another column, has just been received in larre
quantity, at ADAMS' BOOhSTJlU!, and is selling
rapidly. . . l "l
BOOTS SHOES, and Leather at the
(Ort.4 J NEW YORK STORK.
SEBASTOPCL !- Surrender of tho Alles ! !
noon tliat well fr.rtitlnl st, which continued fur sever
al of small arms. I take pleasure, however, in reeor t
Ing to retire trom the scene of action with a ounded feel
ings agaia in command, aud takes pleasure in offering to his
OP GOODS,
which maybe found an extensive assortment of nil
of all kind. ail of which will be sold cheaper than
I Vill supply yon at Eastern prices. Yoa need only
that the place to buy your goods is at the Old Em
porium Warren. Ohio, where you caa find a large jtock of all
DOMESTIC DIIY (iOODS
will positively He sold -J per cent, les tiuin by any otlu-r
my st Kk of CKttij, Cassimeres, IMeskius, Saltinetu,
the lav rrures- AU kinds or DjcwaUc, Brown and
and prices. - '
llemisphen, and at prices that cannot fisil to pinsO, at
-
than my farmer evcrenie low prices. R.mts and Shoes
au.I ail other god. in proportion. Call soon, a they
kinds. iUilities and pries. Pants from 9l,t4lto $5.00;
ra.N :nd iHroduce to the Great Emoriumof the West,
wet pnres.
OHIO !
,
,
,
IS KVEUT VARIETY.
JAMES Ii. KIBBEE.
rPHE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
A- the largest, cheapest snd best selected stock of
GROCERIES AND YANKEE NOTIONS
in the County, was awarded to Di'sxiF ok SrrasT, whs
have jut received the most complete assortment ever
offered to the eople of Old Trumbull. Purchased since
the great decline in prices, which enables them to offer
the following programme of Eatables, Drinkables. Wear
ablesand t ancybles. at rates which will astonish poli
ticians. Know-Nothings, etc all of whom with the rest
of "human critters. are Invited to attend the show,
fre-gratis-for-nothing, children half price, and inspect
' the stuck, consisting in part of
: Hut Boxes Raisins. 50 Bags Rio Coffee.
50 - Hi. sin Soan. 10 Packet Java do.
SO assorted kind. 60 Chests Tea. all price.
S00 dos. Lyon's Katharioa. SO Bags Pepper.
30 Bxs Long Nose Pipes. 100 Mats Cassia.
M Bags Alspice. 50 dox. Scotch Ale.
10 d.is. Jars Pickles. 50 - Loudon Porter.
50 Bxs Soda Biscuit. 5U0 M Cirars, all grades.
50 bbls. Butter Crackers. 911 bbls. C C Sugar.
10 " Water do. SO " Powdered do.
10 " Snxar do. 10 Crushed do.
10 lihds. N. O. Sugar. 5"0 gro. Matches.
oO bbls. Molasses. 50 Batta 5s at es Tobacco.
10 8 H Syrup- 50 Fancy Brands, do,
50 dos. German Meerschaums. Chocolate ; Cocoa ;
Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
I Fountain Starch, the nicest thing out ; com btarch.
Taptocca, ranua, sec. lor rwuaings ; aw Boxes stearin
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; SO gross Pint ami
ii Pint Flasks ; i gross Wicker Flasks ; Almonds ;
Uraiil Nuts. I'illierts : Peccans ; English Waluut ;
Pea Nuts ; Citron : Zanro Currant ; Prunes . Seedless
Raisins; Cut-snd-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Brandies ; Wines ; Rum ; Gin and Whisky, by the bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Notions, Sta
tionery, Blank Books, Memorandums, die., all of which
Is offered to the Jobbing Trade at a small advauce from
New York prices. We have not the time or space t.
enumerate our stock in full, but lest ear plea en the
hoiethat "YOU" will call, sea, scv. and finally. In
the second place, seventeenth ly, we beg leave to sub
scribe ourselves "Truly Yourn,"
SUN LAP ck STEWART,
4 5 Markm SlrtU.
Warren. Nov. 1. 1CS4.
"VTEW LYME WATER CURE.
aA The anoTe estahlishment still continues in sue
eessfnl operation, and is ataut to commence upon it's
rourth season. Trie largely increase, numoer oz pa
tients treated at the estahlishment the psurt year, and
the Urge numher of cures effected induce the subscri
ber to be. i ere that no place affords superior advantages
for treatment. The abore ectabushment fs located in
New Lyme. Ashtabula County. Ohio. Terms from six
to sieht dollars per week, according to rooms taken
and attention giren. payable weekly invariably. For
exsminstioa, and adrice for those that do not stay at
the cure SI ; for examination and writen prescription
for home treatment S3. P. KEE M. D. FroptetJr.
Sew Lyme. Jaa 17th, 5-3m
CARPETING. RoyaliltoBru
sels. Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
Venetian, at the
apr -.Hi NEW-YORK "TORE.
FRENCH MERIN0ES, the largest
and most complete of colors in town. Also Co-
burgs, all wool Gala Plaids and DeLains, Muslin df
Berges and other Dress Goods by the piece or yard, a
the .its it. tin TV kjs
Oct 4.
OINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
a the time.) rAL&AJW at BAK-1L3I.
Oct. S3. IC54! -
TD DINGS k MORGAN are now re
A- eeiving their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, embracing
a very Larre assortment in all the departments of their
trade. The goods nave been bought at tne lowest
prices of the depressed market with the special refer
ence to the rraistociirT of times, and will be sold ac
cordingly. For Goods at low prices inquire at the
loct 5 EMPIRE STORE.
13INE SASH.
L 5O0 Lights Tx Extra Quality, at - - 3 a
i0 " 8x10 " " - - -3e
limo " 9xli " " . - . 4'.
10U0 " 10x14 " ... l.c
Other sites in proportion. Orders for Blinds and
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
einal to the best. PACKARD It BARN CM, Ag'l.
Warren. Ohio, Dec. ST
A CHOICE SELECTION of lonij
V and square Brocha and Bay State Shawls, soij
cheap, at Uul
jan 3 WA RREN DRY GOODS STORE.
"tYelp casii-us ! v
-4. A. Slow customers, and all others owing tn
money past due. are respectfully informed that ther
mmst pay us. We sell our goods at cash prices, and
expect cash for them sometime. A word to the wie
is sufficient. oct 18) PACKARD Sr BAKNCM.
"VEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
1- The suSscribers are now recei-cing a rarse and
ties i rah le Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOO!3, to
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Hoods will be offered at prices that will defy all
competition for re" or in exchange for Produce.
Approved credit on short time will be given.
Warren, Oct. lrt, IK. CAM M0SEB.
A
SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
1st Fmrmer. Neighbor, what Plow do you use r
td Fmrmer. Well, I have J. Long's No. 4. and
several other kinds, but Morley's Star Plow boats them
all.
1st Fmrmer. I must go to Warren and get a Stir
now. (Goes to vt arren antt returns tn coarse or tiie
day.)
SaV Frmrr. Hallo, Neighbor, what have you f ot
there t
1st Fmrmir. One of Morley s Double Plows. He says
it beats the btar Plow, aud no mistake.
ixd Firmer. Can't he possible I but I it does. I
will buy one. (Exit A Ftrmert, sad try (A Pf.vs.)
The Double Plow proves to be the best ; in fact it does
better work than any single Plow can do. This we gust
tee. or no sale. I. U. MORLEY It Co.
April 5, 1W.
FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
you who wish to sow any Spelter Wheat, can be
supplied with this TamaMe ana new species or gram
by calling soon at the Monroe House. Winter Barley
for seed only, can also be had.
Warren, Sept lt&l. ACGUSTTS ORAETER.
T ACES and Embroideries, Honiton
JLJ Collars, etc., to whieh the attention of tbe Ladies
is invited, at the (pr i) JifiW-iUKK. STOitB.
Z(( PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
fjUU sale cheaper than the cheapest, at the
aprj!ti
! t L VllDlf L T" D V
N
TEW YORK STORE.
jl. . PARKS k WENTZ, are now receiving their
usual full stock of 1 all and wirttt Goons, bought
since the late DECLINE IN PRICES, to which tbey
invite tbe attention of their friends, former patrons
and the public, simply re marking that they are sevxa
to sa rxoKxsoLn sep. 37.
SILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bon
nets, which are worthy the attention of the ladies.
Oct. 4. NEW YORK STORE.
B
EST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.
That big lot " has this day arrived.
Oct. 4. PACKARD oc BARNCM.
1 CARD. We do not mean to offend
J. JL any body, but we must have our Notes and Ac
counts settled, or we will be obliged to leave them at
the Squires Olhce for collection.
Warren, Nov. 1, '51. JAS. MrCONNELL.
OAAA FEET CLEAR, DRY, PINE
OUu VLCMBER, l.V, lfi, 13,' and inches thick,
suitable for Sash, Blind and Doors, for sale by
Oct 35, 1P54. PACKARD t BARN CM.
FRENCH MERIN0ES, PA RAM AT
TA3, Cohurgs. Mohair, Lustres, Alpaccas and
Cashmeres, selling st reduced prices, t the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
SILKS! SILKS! A lane quantity
and variety, comprising high Lustred Black , Plaid ,
Stripes and Changeable. Also, a variety of Boauet
Silks and Satins, cheaper than ever, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE
BLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wids Black Silk Velvet,
for Cloaks, Mantilla. Ate, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRT GOODS STORE.
SPANISH MOSS bythebal- or lb.
Alcove Rugs, Silver Terrrttt. Full Plate Crescent
Harness Triniauugs, best quality Spurs, and Seaming
Cords at
june S PATCH At ALLISON'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes.
. ami Tries Chains. Breeclunc Loo aa. Brass
n.1 Silver ttr Hins uid Chat ii. Carriage Knobs
Japanned, Silver Brass and patent, at ,
June x fAitju st - -wa s.
TNOW-NOTIIING PAPERS.
A V
Plag of our fnion.
The American Crusader.
Golden Bull.
Warerlv Magazine.
BALDWIN'S Bookstore
Glcasons Pictorial.
Scientific American.
To be had at
Oct H. IKV4-:tm.
PORTER & Cos NEW DRUG
I STOKE. The proprietors of this establishment
take pleasure in announcing to the public, thatnotwith
standing tne late nre wnicn uesu-oy eu a itkv pwu"
our Goods, we are again open and in full operation, al
No. 3. Market St., Viarrea.O where we are daily re
eeiving Fresh Drugs direct rom New York and Phila
delphia, which we are offering for Cash at price that
cannot fail giving satisfaction. .
May i4, le54. ,
IN DOORS AND OUT. Or Views
1 from the Chimney Corner, elegantly illustrated
omplete in I vol. 12 Mo price Ha). A few copies just
Seceived at ADAMS.
A1
STEVENS' Complete Guide to Crotchet and Fan
cy knitting, suitaMe for Uolliday Gift. (dec X
T IM0THY SEED. A few Bushels
1. tff prime
seed for sal by
IDDINGS A MORUtt.
O l
BARRELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT
Sloan's Ointment, Just ree'd and for sal. at
jan 435, E. A. SMITH h C.'s.
UTOHIOGRAPHY OF B XRN'UM
i ani Oreely.at jan 94 BALDWIN'S.
7II10- ALMANACK
for 1855, t
ir.b7i
BALDWIN'S.
-N
RATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman,
Proprietor, east side PuMiv Square, Warren. O.
EAGLE HOUSE, by George T. Hull.
Market street. Warren, O. Fifth door east of the
Bank. mart
pijSsitians.
D0CI". J. DAVIS, Eclectic Phtb
rtas .D SLaexox OIBce in Nichols' Hat Blors,
Main street. Warren, Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians will Tni a full stock sf Kclectia.
Meilicini-s for sale by Doct. Davis at the above place,
fui.v i-
TM. M. EAMES, M. D., Physician,
T V Surseon and Dentist, Wiadhaas, Portage Ck, O.
. ort S-2 0U
"TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
9.9 Surgeon, office on Sooth side of Market street, (ns
stair, four doors East of ths Bank, Warren, 0. apr g
D
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon, Bloomneld, Trumbull Uo, ii.
EW. T0WNSEND. M. D., Home
.' pathie Physician, Office ta SntliVs Brick Block,
nesr the American Hotel. Warren, O. spy ly
T0HN B. k JULIAN HAEM0N,
Hw Phrsicians and Surgeons, office North sid of the
Public Square, Warren, O. - oct guy
j. raasstt.. . a.
t. sr. rasaauk, a.
Jk T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and
Surgeons. Office Snd residence oa Iaberty 8t
south of the Episcopal Church, Warren, 0. tar lOy
T7AINE.mT"d., -Physician and
IT Surgeon. Particular attention given t the
treatment of Cancer, Scrofnla and Lung Pises . Of
fice and residence on High street. mar t
IL. & A. 0. FULLER, Attorneys at
. Law, Oflice ver Smitha oc McCombs Store. Cor
ner Block. Warren. O. Jan. 1st lr54. ly"
A LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
t. Special attention given !o collection, aad the
prosecution of Fsnsuua aad Boanty Land claims.
Warren 0. jaa 10 '55-ly-$3.
PHTLO E.REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio.- Office ever Hew York Store.
amy 10,-M-tf
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
. Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, TranbttU Co-, 0
DD. BELDEN, Attorney aad Coun
. sellorat Law, over Smith At McCetab's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0. men 10y
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Lar,
fr and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claims
Office over Smith st nccombs Store, Warren, O. i
. r. smwstaii. s.w.nar.
HOFFMAN St RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office oa Liberty St., Warren. 0-, op
site tbe Cssxrl Heose. mci STtf
w. v. tceorrrr. j.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law. Offio. ersr Mow's Store.
Market str WarrenO. Js 16-ar
jnn. in Tt'ifi"is. a. ctntTMs.
HUTCHINS Se CURTISS, Attorneys
at Law. Offle en North Main street, near ta.
residence of John Hutchins, Warren, 0. aug 1 sf
WrtTOW STTttST.
SO. llJII UK.
SUTLIFF & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors In Chancery, Warren, Trass
boll eowntv, 6 still eontinae their business at their old
oOce. on High street, two doors west of the American
House. - mar 4 y
STaitaferfnrtrs.
B
P. JAMESON k -Co, Dealer, ia
'. Stoves. Cooper and Sheet Iran Warn. Tin.
Cheese Vat, A , No. TO Main SL. Warren. 0. mat
m m . r.r v. r.v.v .V m . m
j ' ot i,u at ouii, Juniu-acL-rt.ni n
Ai Sash, Doors and Wlrafow Blind. -Factory on
Market Street, East of tbe Bank, Warren, 0. janSBy
FELLOWS fe MORLEY.'Mannfactu-
revs of Plows, Cultivator-, dee. Shop east of Ty
ler's Warehouse, n the Canal. Warren, 0. sep ttg
JOHN J. GUNNING, Carriage ani
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, nKl way between Sevk
and Market stsu. Warren, O. - mar S
AL. MORLEY, (successor of J. G
. Brooks.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hard
ware, Cutlery. Ac. Warren. Ohjis. fasrv M
GEO. T. T0WNSEND, Cabinet ani
Chair Maker. Girard, Trumbull, Co-, 0. CeAna
made and delivered en the shortest notice. Funerakf
attended without extra charge for Hearse. sag y
T H. MORLEY k Co., Mannfaetn-
rers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Castings gene
rally. Foundry m the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware.
bouse. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
Ohio sep 30 tt
H0LLINGSW0RTH & FITCH,
Dealers in Stoves. Tin Ware. Japan aW Wars,
Brit tan ia Ware, Copper Kettles, Bra Kettle, aad Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doom
below Empire Hall. Market street. Warren. O. mar
R A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
. and Retail Bookseller. 93 Main Street, a few
door south of the Post Office, Warren. 0. nov I)
J" ULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacturei
and Sealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,' Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street. Empire
Btak. Warren, O. Watches carefully repaired and
warranted. June 7
PATCH d. ALLISON, Dealers in Sai
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, and Maau
facturers of Saddles, Bridles. Harass, Trunks, Valise,
fce. Main street. Warren, O.
TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers in
A Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, Ate, at the Sign of
the Umpire Stere, Warren, O.
C& M. MOSER. Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries.
Qeensware, Boots. Shoes. Hats. Caps. Ready Mad.
Clothing, Ate, Market Street, Warren, 0. aag t
I3ARKS "&WENTZ, Dealers in For
. eign and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoe and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Beady Made Clothing, stc, always cheap
tor ready pay at tbe New-York Store.
7 ALTER KING & S0N7Dealers in
V T Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated an4
Brittania Ware, Lamp, Fancy Goods, Ate. Ho. 9, Main
street. Warren. 0. All kinds of Clocks and Watch
carefully repaired and warranted. mar t
ACKARD & IJRNUM, (Suece
sors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale aad Retail
Dealers tn Foreign and American Hardware, Iron,
Paint, and Carnage Trimmings the Tail Brick,"
Warren, O.
AT B. TAYLER, Forwarding ani
i-TJL . Commission Merchant, and dealer in Floax,
Salt, Fish, Plaster, Ae, Warren. Ohio.
CE. LEFFINGWELL, Forwarding
. and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Hoar,
gait. Fish, Plaster, Ate, A.C, Warren, 0. mar 31tf
W 1 Ct x.. o 05 jO., tumuiiMiuu juci -O
chants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratae, Flak,
Fruit, and Produce geuerally. No. 14 and 16 Second
Btre.i, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, O.
K-'nas!tcs: Dickson. Biggs At Co.; Wilshire. Brin
M, Ate.; John Swasey At Co.; Swasey At Wis : Harri-s.--
At Hooper ; Kennet At Dudley, and MerciianU gen-trxlly.-
, 'P'-'r
' psirllantoBS.
JOSEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in
Bishop At Child's Melodeons. Mr. HaxeMin.
keeps constantly oa hand the best Melodeons, which ho
will furnish at manufacturer's prices, at Farmington,
Trumbull county, O. lostrnclMua given gratis ts pssr
e baser s. Repairing ana tuning don with neatness and
dispatds. . . - irJ
LAWS, RHODES & BARB. General
I rodnce Commission Merchants, No. -JS West Co
lon, ns SU, Cincinnati, O. (Customer oa the Resem
are referred to J. M. Brown. North BhootnheH.) "
j w. aacMKs. . arrrs Tnoaus.
BROOKS fr THOVAS, Fashionabla
Tailors, rooms over X ichoU' Hat Store. Main St-.
Warren. Ohio. Particnlar attention pd U cutting,
and warranted to fit if properly ssade up. ttbtf
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
field It Co.' Celebrated Vegetable Cattle Powder
antlv on hand and for sale in large or small quan
go I hv the subscriber, who are sole Agents for thiB
scuoa.
. B. Mono are t-eanine unless procured or
March l. If tf C.As M. MOSEB, Agt.
DOORS, DOORS, D00R3.-TO Con
tractors, Carpenters and Builders. Ws can famisk
yon with Panel Doors of all styles, a great deal cheaper
than you can make them by hand, (aud as good if not
better.) CaU and examine our work and prices; yoa
will be suited with both. A lioeral discount to w "vole
sale traders. SPRAR 80.H.
January 36.
I LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
a- MEDICISES. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and Os
good's India Cholarogue, for sals by
May 31. - - PORTBR At C...
I?0K -SALE. TLe dwelling nonae
and Lot. situated an south side of High ereetu4
east side of the one no. occupied ey Dr. Wm. Paio
For partielara apply to
I,n3 R- f. MICKSCH.
L
3ACKARD & BARNUM haT o
10 Tons "good Pitttrmrjh n-rrse Shs ktr.
t Jtorwegiau nan aw.
TS Bars 2x Swaedes Iron,
jit - " Juniatta Hammered do.
l ... Sleigh Shoes Stsol.
w Setts Buiry Springs, assorted,
H - Common and Patent Axles.
Call as usual, at th" larreti and oldest Hsrtwae.
Store ia tb. West, d i7 PACKARD ck BARtTM.
C0CIUNEAL. Cudbear. M rial o
Tin, Chemle for Coloring QKen,ar4dya stats of
every d .script on. For sale tow by
Haj ii. PORTRR At C
MHE LANDS OF TIIE SARACEN.
L or picture Jf Palestine. Asia Minor, SsoilJ. and
S I ain. Bayard Taylor Isst work, TvH WJ"
rremved at jan 1? '55, AJLVMi.

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