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prosecute anj of our citizens fur telling
The other proposed to tar and feather
the one that had prosecuted in the preM:nt
case, and whoever should do so again ;
these were both lost by small majorities ;
some said no person would serve on the
committees, if they were appointed, but
I don't believe a word of that, for there
wre mare than a doien there, who would
have been glad of an appointment on
either side of them, and judging fi om their
eaV ould have fulfilled them to the
very letter too. And the ladies, God
bless them, sympathise with us; although
none were present at the meeting, one
sent to assure us of her co-operation, and
she had ready, a strong decoction of lo
belia, that she would mingle with the
drink of the first temperance reformer,
or their friends, that would drink with
her. , Now,! will submit to any candid
person, whether her course would not be
more likely to put a stop to drunkenness,
than the present mode of f ersecution ;
just let some nauseous drug be mixed
with the liquor they drunk, and they
would soon get a dislike to it, and quit
drinking, and then, when no person would
buy liquor, there would be none for sale, j
for no one would keep it if they could not
make money out of it.
Now, Mr. Editor, I wish you would
give us your advice what to do in case
another prosecution is attempted, ( which
will not be very likely). We have one
governmental official, and one county do.
with us, but, "in a multitude of council
there is safety," and we want to go safe.
But, I hope the secretary will furnish you
a correct copy of the proceedings for pub
lication, officers, speakers, committees,
Ac"., &c.' Yours for our rights,
Tribute to the memory of Walter King.
Tbeeoirmittee appointed to draft resolu
tions, expressing the sense of this Temple
on the sodden decease of oar worthy broth -r,P.
W. C T. Waltfk King, respectfully
Kke ths following report:
Whereas Oar worthy and respected
Brother. P. W. C. Waltk Kiho, has
been saddenlv stricken down and has passed
to eternal life, causing a vacancy io oar
band of Templars never again to be filled,
nd at which our hearts are stricken with
grief and oar warmest sympathies enlisted;
Therefore t seems eminently proper that
the mem hereof Mahoning Temple of Honor,
No. 35, should express, in this formal man
ner, their feelings upon this mournfol'ocoa-
Resolved, That in the Ocean, se of oar
worthy and respected Brother, P. W.Cs-T
Waltz Kikg, our order has lost one of its
firmest pillars; his family a kind haaband,
and an indulgent parent; society a valued
and respected citizen ; the cause of Tem
perance a steadfast advocate, and we deeply
mourn this sudden bereavement and irre
- Resolved, That in whatever situation in
life whether as Hasband, Parent, Citizen,
Member of Church, Member of this Order
whether in the Public or Private walks of
lifewhether as the Advocate of Temper
ance, or in tbe cause of Human Rights
whether as the companion or friend he was
ever the same true Christian man ever firm
bat mild, earnest bat tolerant, kind and in
dalgentjirne and steadfast; and tbe evenness
of his character ebons forth with a beauty,
and a (brightness at all times illuminating
whatever came within its influence; and bis
daily walk was an example more instructive
than sermons, ever pleading for wholesome
reform, fur the down-trodden and oppres
sed, and for the elevation of humanity.
Bssolved, That as a mark of respset to
the memory of our deceased Brother, we
will attend bis funeral in a body, and wear
the appropriate mourning badge.
Resolved, That we tender to tbe afflicted
family and friends of onr deceased Brother,
our heart-felt sympathy and condolence
hoping that tbe consolations of religion wilj
assuage the poignancy of their grief; and
believing that they mourn not as those with
out hflpe, that tbe spirit our Brother is now
entering upon the joys and the delights of a
brighter, more elevated and a happier sphere
of existence; and that from the example of
bis past life will arise, like holy incense
from the sacred altar, an influence which
hall descend upon all, to bless, to elevate
ad beaatfy their lives, and that this influ
ence will grow wider and deeper as time
roils on, until its benefits to husioi!y can
. be measured only by eternity.
Submitted in Truth, Love, Purity, and
Johb Bridle, Y Committee.
Jons W. Adah. J
WARREN, April 6th, 1855.
At an adjourned meeting of said Temple,
beld at 6 o'clock, P. M, April 6, 1855, tbe
report nf the Committee was adopted unan
imooely; and it was voted by said Temple
that a copy of the same be made out by the
Recorder and forwarded to tbe Family of
our Brother, Walteb Kmc, and alno a copy
presented to the Village Papers, and to the
Templar's Magnzine, at Cincinnati, for pub
44 I certify the foregoing to be a true
opyofJUi report, and the action of the
GEORGE PARDEE, Rec.
Cleveland and Mahoning R. R. Co.
Company has received a valu
able accession to its already cficiect rcan
tgemeut, lha by s.opointTnent of Judge
JlxtTBEN Hitc;?cogs to iuYice Presidency:
Eli T, Wilder Es has beea appointed
by the Gov ernor to $11 the vacancy on
rhe bench occasioned by Jfge Hjtck
Pock's " 7e8:gnation, and tbe opinion is
universal that he will 1! it-trplL
The Clereland fferald in speaking oi
(be change says;.
Judge - IJfKfKocf gcs in as Y.ice
President of the Mahoning Company, fo
the purpos-? of giving Mr. Perki.ns, the
President, some relief from office confine
ment, and thus enable the latter gentle
men ti render more efficifnt services in
the specHy completion of this end of the
rond. The accession of Judge Hitch
cock only aids .3 the force of the Com
pany, but in no way releases Air. Fir
kins. Hereabouts, it i a waste of words
to say that Judge H. will be a valuible
accession to the city and to that Com
pany. Examiratiob of Teacbirs. At the Ex
amination of Teachers beld at Gaskill Ha'
in this place on Saturday the 7th inst., w
are informed that there were 77 applicant
for certificates. Of this number, nine with
drew before completing the examination
and two others were examined only on t
part of the branches necessary for a certifi
cats leaving 66 applicants. Of this numbe
only 39 got certificates, 27 were rejected
Thepersons to whom the following number
were assigned were rejected, to wih 2.14, 15
16. 20, 21. 22. 23, 25,' 28. 30. 32, 34, 36, 37
40 46. 53. 57, 59, 60. 61. 67, 68. 69, 72, 73
Numbers 26 and 45 did not complete their
examination. The Board of examiners in
tend hereafter to adopt some plan to avoid
having so large a number to examine at any
one time. No Board can do justice to more
than 25 in one day.
Spiritual Discussion. On Tuesday,
May 6th. a debate will commence in
Warren, at Empire Hall, between Joel
Tiffany, Esq., and Rev. Isaac Errett, and
continue from day to day, forenoons and
afternoons, upon the following positions,
affirmed by Mr. Tiffany, and denied by
Mr. Errett, to wit :
1st That the phenomena and teach
ings of modern Spiritualism are identical
in character with the phenomena and
teachings of Jesus of Nazareth
2d. That the sect, known as Disciples,
is And- Christ in faith and practice.
Nxw Arrival. Jules Yautrot has
just received a large and beautiful as
sortment of Watches, Jewelry, and fla
ted Ware, fec. See., which he sells at
prices to suit the times. Give him a
Tbr Rkv. Mb. Bckton, of Cleveland,
will perform Episcopal service in Christ
Church, Sunday morning next.
A a SPRING and SUMMER. MEDICINE, Cartel
Spanish Mixture ftudi pre-eminent above all other,
lu singularly efficacious action on the blood ; it
strengthening and vivifying qualities ; Its tonic action
on the liver ; its tendency to drive au Humors to u
surface, thereby cleansing the system according to Na
ture's own prescipUon ; Its harmless, and at the same
tinsa extraordinary good effects, and the number of
cure testified to by many of the most respectable ciU-
ens of Richmond, T, and elsewhere, most be con
clusive evidence that there is no humbug about It.
Tbe trial of a single bettle will satisfy the most akep
tical of its benefits.
See advertisement in another column
It would hardly do for any one to have tbe temerit-'
now-adays to questio. the excellence of Dr. Boofland' .
German Bitters, which are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jack
son. In cases of dyspepsia, liver complaint, and ds
ran rem en t of the digestive organs, their ssany virtues
have long since been made plainly apparent. They
purge from the system the morbid humor which retards
the natural functions, and bring paleness to the cheek,
and suffering to the brow. They banish those clog
upon the happiness, and restore the system to high
health. See advertisement. Apr. 4,1m.
SELLER'S COUGH SYRUP, "WITHOUT A RIVAL."
" Prr-rssoon, (5th WardJ Feb. 85, 1850.
Mr. R. E. SeLuns : On the ISth ulU I caught a
rery severe eold. The night following, I went to bed
earlier than usual ; yet, notwithstanding, I had slept
none the night before, my cough was so severe that I
could not sleep, neither could those in the room with
me. The person sleeping with me was so much annoyed
by my coughing, that he got up and went to a drug store
aod batfSht a bottle of your Cough Syrup, one dose of
which, to my great astonlsnment, stoppou my couga as
if by magic I went to work in the morning, and am
now quite well. Tours, etc.,
I do hereby certify that I am well acquainted with
the above circumstances, and that the statement given
Is true. A. JOHN80N.
Prepared and sold byB- E. SELLERS A Co., Pitts-
burgh, Pv Apr. 4. lm.
In Howtaad, on the 5th lnst by John Reeves, sq..
Mr. gTLVcsm Woloott, of Baxetta, to Miss Sanaa
Boot, of the former place.. '
In Warren, at the Gaskill House, on the 152th Inst,
by Elder Errett, Mr. Bzkjam m P. Waien-r, of Andover,
Ashtabula Co., and Miss. Cobihtoa Jons, of Bioom
ueld, Trumbull County.
On the 16th inst., by the same, Mr. Biaaa HcaLncT,
of Leavittsburgh, and Miss insm C. Cos, of Baxetta.
In Weathersfield, on tbe 13th inst.. of Lung Fever,
Wiluak Davutson, in the 67th year of his age.
In Weathersfield, on the 31st ulu, O. H Dcmeoas,
Zfe aged 51 years, II month, and IS days.
In Farmlngton, March 23d, in the enjoyment of the
christian religion, Mrs. Euui Smnra, wife of Mr.
Eliaar Spencer, in the seventy-first year of her age
Eastern papers please to copy. .
In Vienna, Trumbull county, Ohio. Feb. 30th, 1855,
Mrs, Mm E. B- Mooss. daughter oElisha Booth Esq,
and wife of Mr. Amasiah Ms ore. sged 28 years.
The death of this mast estimable person had long
been looked for In the community where she resided,
and by her KarviviDg friends who now deeply deplore
her loss. She possessed In a high degree all those qua
incatioas which render immortal beings useful la this
life and fit them for the enjoyment of endless felicity
in the life to come. It is seldom death lays his Insa
tiate hand upon one so lovely. No regrets, no fearful
forebodings assailed her In the trying hour, but calm,
and sweet, and gentle, she laid herself down with the
true faith of a christian to await the summons of ttie
resurrection mom. She beheld with tranquility and a
heaven-born peace of mind the period slowly approach
ing, when earth with all its scenes must pus forever
from her view. The consciousness of departed health,
the pains of sickness, tbe agony of friends, the awful
reality of dissolution were triumphantly sustained, and
her II! .crated spirit has passed away to reunite with
those of her mother and sister who have gone before
In Franklin, DesMolnea County, Iowa, Jan. 20th, of
Typhoid fever. Mrs. Eliza A. g-ntono, aged 99 years.
Also on Mar. 19th, Hat Losjcrra Ana Pimx, aged
13 years and months, daughters of MaaoaxjCTTa
Pasnn.wbo also died Mar. lSth,aged 55 years, 1 month
and S days. Death calls dearest Irieods yet,
Ood is Love, our God is goodness.
Al I his ways are Just and rigkt.
Tel. while we linger here in sadness.
Tour souls are bathed in purest light.
At God's right hand.
Ilappy souls ! your toil is ended.
Pain and death no more you'll feel.
w, hy heavenly guards attended.
And in the sight of Jesus dwell
tat erermora. J.C.I.
Enterprise, East Florida, on the Sid of March,
Jans D. r.vLxa, Eq.. of Pern, It. formerly of this
place, in (he pOtfa year of his age.
Mr. Taylor was a man cf more than ordinary powers
of Blind, and had highly distinguished himself, in hia
profession. As a lavyer be was able and eloqveut, and
his integrity wss anunpeachwle. Uu tn the midst of
earear of usefulness, and honur.ht fell aecVovercon"
sumption, laid its sold heed apon him. In the hope rf
arresting its projrrefis, by exchanging the roarh wines
of tfee prairie, fur &e bauz; nrues of the south, he left
home aod friends, alia to return so inea no mors,
lie quietly slept, and beneath aa oak, on a beautiful
spot, strangers laid him to rest- lie leaves a wife ai'd
sUree fbildren, with numerous friends to mourn tbeif
jrreparaUje lots .'., . ' .
In Vernon, on the 3d inst-, after a protracted and se
vere Illness of 13 weeks. Outturn, Infant daughter
of B. U. and Sarah A. Vanness, aged 1 year and S
We know thy spirit's gone.
And thy body free from pain ;
We feel 'tis our loss.
But tis thy eternal gain.
Democrat please copy.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE, M Rf
imtti frim frr C.
W. Al 1$. CRVXAGE,
No. S, Mam St, Wanecx, Ohio:
Would respectfully call tne atten
tion of their friends and the public
generally to the fact, that they have
1 just received the largest, best, and
most faabonable stock of Boots and
Uiam ever broueht to this market :
among which will be found the erst quality of iauics
Gaiters, Kid Bootees. Buskins, Slippers, fce. Also a
large assortment oi nam ww.iwtw.ww
Lui Un ii i RniL-im. ete.
A great variety of Misses' Gaiters. Morocco and En
ameled Boots, Fsney Buskins and glifipere. and apen
eral assortment of boys', youths' and childrens' fine
shoes, of all ooiors and qualities, together with a great
variety of gentlemens' Bne French CaK and Morocco
Boots, nneuauerenna oobctw - j -best
ALSO, a general assortment of leather, sole leather.
French Calf skin, patent Calf skin. Moroccos of vari-
ki.ui, ami malitiea. ConaTess core for gaiters.
glove kid. linings of various color, and qualities, shoe
thread, knives, hammers, nails, bristles, shoulder
sticks, peg Botes, peg knlTes, awls, boot web, sand
stones, black buck skins, and eeery thing usually kept
in our liue of business. A large stock of lasta of every
k' Remember the place, sign of the Bed Boot, No. 8,
Main street. Warren, Ohio. Apr. IB. tf.
rrsvsv CTATR nff DHIO. Trumbull
I 'ilU VJ " V
J- County, ss. Court of Probate.
The following accounts otiub --j
tors. Administrators and Guardians in the office or the
Probate Court, will remain on file for inspection and
exceptions nntil the 13th day of May 1855, when they
will be ordered to record if no exceptions are taken.
Hnnn,ATna co-rt riivvTB
tifitl wa B BW 1UWJ1.1 i.'
James F. Bradford, Deceased, partial Settlement.
DavW Ewaltdt Abigal Ewalt, Dec " "
Jacob J. Winans. Deceased. final
Mark Ford. Deceased, final Settlement
Samuel R. Tuttle, 44 " "
Jacob Bell, " "
John Shehy, partial
Mary Anderson. " "
Andrew Bushnell, " "
Alex. McClerrv. " " "
William C. Trew, t ml Minors, final, settlements.
James Mackey.stai L'
John C. Trice, SI al "
William Heilep. a! " " "
Lncinda E. Huntington, st si Dee. partial
John A. Mott, st mi " 44
Br order of Court,
7 GEO. F. BROWN, Probate Judge.
Apr. 18. 11 13.
CHARLES STEWART'S ESTATE.
Notice is hereby given that the subscribers have
been appointed and qualified as Executois's, on the es
tate of Charles Stewart, late of Huhfcard, deceased.
ELIZABETH STEWARD,) v-texatOT,m.
JOHN M. STEWART. j "tmm fc
Apr. IP, 1 I'll.
ALE OF PERSONALTY. The nn-
O dersigned will sell at Public Aution, at the late
residence of Anthony Carter, Deceased, on the Youngs
town Road, April 21st, A. D. It5S. at 10 o'clock A. M.,
one Young Mare, Milch Cow, Yearling Heifer, Buggy,
Old Lomler Wagon. Harness, Plough, Pitchfork, Grind
stone, Shovel, Scythe, Bake, Saddle, Bridle, Gun and
Powder horn. Violin and other arUcJe..
Apr. 18, xw.
A CARD. Miss L. Graeter, respect
fully announces to the young Ladies of Warren,
Nlles and ricinity, that she has commenced to give les
sons on tbe Piano, Melodeon.also in Singing, and would
solicit their patronage. Apr. IH-lm.
XTE are receiving, direct from New
VY York and Boston publishers, our usual large
Stock of Books aad STaTioasmT for Spring and Summer
trade. I shall soon have them on our shelves for the in
spection of our numerous generous patrons, and kind
friends, and they will continue to find here tbe same va
riety of new and popular books as heretofore, as well
as the most choice selections of fine stationery and fan
cy goods. We will always like to see you,
IvTlB. At ADAM'S.
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Work ; Israel Potter, or. Fifty Years of Exile, by
the Author of -T-nee," "Omoo," etc Bayard Taylor s
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Life and Landscapes from Egypt and the Negro King
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and Illustrations; SI AS- Eldorado: Adventures in
Califuiuij Hi" . ' " Wews a root : Adveutures
in Europe, libno. $1,25 Poems of the Orient, 12mo.
75 cents. Apr. 13.1 At ADAMS.
CAMP FIRES OF THE REVOLU
TION, a great book for the young people, a quan
titr inst received TAor. 18.1 At ADAM'S.
GREAT MEN AND GREAT
EVENTS, a splendid work of 832 pages with 500
engravings, one of the cheapest Books we hare ever
.) ..J .t it At ADAM S.
,EAN SWIFT, his life and complete
' a a a t A tTtlAI'S
worn. lADr. jo. r -'
T ORD BYRON, his life, writings and
Mmi complete roeucmt vtocu. Kiunty .muu-u,
Apr, is" At ADAM'S. .
BOUNTY BLAKS Blanks of all the
different forme required under the new law can
be had at tbe Chronicle oti.ee. just got up in good style.
Also Orders in Attachment and a general assortment
of Blanks usually required by Justices, Constables, At
torneys etc. Apr. 18, tf.
The officers of the Trumbull County Agricultur
al Society, and others interested, are requested to meet
st the of office of P. E. Reed, in Warren, on Thursday
the 6th inst-. at 10 A. M., for the purpose of making a
list of Premiums to be awarded at the next annual Fair,
appointment of Committees, ere.
appoiuuae FRANKLIN E. 8 TO WE, Prest.
PH1LO E. RBED, Sect'y.
jUj I have been appointed Executor on the estate of
Anthony Carter, late ot Uowtand. irumouu tmmy,
deceased. Those whs have claims must present them
for settlement those indebted are requested to pay up.
B. I. HOFFMAN, Executor.
Apr. 11, 11 13.
ANTHONY CARTER'S REAL ES
TATE. Twenty-three and a half acres, one mile
from the Court House, on the Youngstown Road, is for
sale persons desirous or purchasing will do wen to
call upon me. and make their offers for the Uomested.
B. F. HOFFMAN, Executor.
Warren, Apr. 18. '11 '13.
DR. II. TUBBS'
4 PRIL APPOINTMENTS.
.Ml Dr. H. TTJBB8, Analytic Physician, will be at his
room. Warren, Gaskill House, Friday, Mar 18.
Oinu. Mr. Eaton's, Saturday May 19th.
Bavaxira, Prentiss House. Saturday and Monday,
May. 12th and 14th.
Those afflicted with Chronic diseases of the liver.
Lungs, Kidneys or spleen Inflsmations, Rheumatism,
Asthma, bnortness oi orcain or aimcun or nreatntug,
rtranensia. Dronsv. Weakness or Nervous debility.
Keetleasness. tiOSS oi appetite vooaupaiiou. iieraoK-
ment of the Stomach. Billions Affections, Gravel,
White Swellings, or any long standing disease, are In'
sited to caU.
no enamel roa cobscltatioh i
Dr. Tubbs neither bleeds nor blisters, nor Is lie a
Homeopathist ; he nerer sues Mercury, Antimony. Ar
senic, or any other Minerals, as mstfieaf sgeau; nor is
he a Thompsonian he neither steams nor givesemetics.
His theory of disease differs from all others that have
been adopted, but not more so than does his system of
treatment, he does not max mtem ie mmxm well, nor
tear mrmm (a tmim up again ; nor allay irritation by
patching up witn aussyas.
Patients anouiu mart wen u oaies riven aoove.
Our entire time being pre-engaged, attendance must
accord strictly with published announcements.
An nnbiased opinion as to tne probability ot a cure
Is always giren subjecting the patient to no expense
without a reasonaote prospcci oi success.
Invalids should read the following.
Saaooxv Citt. Mt 1854
Da. Trass. Dean Sin If the nnlooked for benefit I
have received from your treatment, can be of any ser
vice to yourself or to despairing invalids, I cheerfully
give it for publication.
But for the wishes of a dependant family, I should
not have enjoyed this pleasure, and probably never
again applied to any pnysician; at least sucn was my
determination. I mu incu uaiiy, aon as cunr ucni
were hopes revived anu lotleu ty puter disappoint--n-nta.
I was utterly disheartened.
During 17 and two succeeding summers, I had the
ague, which seemed to have a most disastrous effect up
,n the constitution. Under bracing treatment I was
enabled to labor a short time and then compelled to
For a year before seeing you, I was unable to labor
at all. and anartof the time confined tomy room. Phy
sicians treated me for Bronchitis and diseases of the
Lirer and Spleen. I was thin in flesh, weak and bow
ed down, and suffering almost constantly from coldness
of surface and limbs, bad cold, sweats at night, and
pains, sometimes very acute, from side and chest to the
shoulders. Early in May, one year ago, I ol tained my
first prescription from you ; in August following be
gan to work, have since labored hard as a carpenter
and joiner, am now stronger and in better health than
at any time since first attacked by acue seven years
ago. This is a oriel eketca, out ay caning, persons in
terested can learn more of mv past and present sondi
tion. Yours, respectfully.
F OST. On the 10th inst., a steel
t j ii nnme. eentainina between eKven anS twelve
Collars , supposed to have been dropped on Main Street,
from Hoyt's Stora to the Gaskill Mouse. The finder
trill m rrtuws u returning the same, at tne store
of J. E. Punlap, Warren, Ohio. Apr. Id, tf.
CKETCIIESOF THE IRISH BAR.
O by Richard Bellor gheil, M. P. All of oar tegl
gentlemen should read this work. S voL cloth, price
fiet fFeb.TJ ADAMS.
NORTH AND SOUTH. Price 31
cen's. Apr. 1?. At BALDWIN'S.
nHK GARDENERS TRACT BOOK,
JL containing practical directions upon the forma
tion and management of the Kitchen, Garden, aod for
the culture aad domestic use of its vegetable, fruit, and
medieinal herbs. Price 50 cents. At BALDWIN'S.
PRONOGRAPHIC TEACHER; be
ing an inductive exposition of Phonography, In
tended as a sbcool book and to afford complete and
thorough instruction to those aho hare not the as
sistance of an oral teieher. At BALDWIN'S.
Apr. 18. '
DR. BEACH'S ECLECTIC PRAC
tice. in three volumes, price 918,00. famished e
Apr 18. BALWDIN'S.
S HERIFF'S SALE.
In Petition for Partition,
The State of Ohio, t in eoort of Common
Trumbull Connty.as., pleMof Trumbull Co., O.
By virtue of an Order of sale, to me directed, an
delivered, on a decree of said Court, made at thai
March term A. D. 1H55, wherein William Tries. Jame
Tylee and Walter Tylee. by their guardian John W
Collins, are petitioners, and Philip Jacobs snd P.henf
aer Jackson, are defendants ; I shall expose to sale.
public auction, on the premises, on Saturday the 19t
day of Mav. A. D. 1855. between the hours of 1
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M-of said day, the land
and tenements described in said Order of Sale, to wit
a parcel of land lying in Hohbard. in said county. In
ing the same tend devised by Samuel Tylee, hue t
said Hnhhard. deceased, to his son Sanford Tylo
then In full life, but now deceased, for his life, and t
the partitioned, and one John Tylee, and one Ms
Tylee. in fee, after the deceased of said Ssnford. r
will dated, on the 15th dv of April A. D. 1H43, and n
corded in the Record of Wills. In the Probate Office
said Countv, Book No. 1. pare 233. and there describe;
as all the lends the said Samuel Tylee. then had f
ine v. av in anlil Hubbard, except 99 acres in sal
lot, off tbe east side thereof, and also all he then owner
In lots 43 and 5. In said Hubbard. Appraised
27.50 per acre under former Order. One-third of tb
purchase money to be paid on the aay or sai.
one-third in one year thereafter, and one-thir
in tw from and after said day of ssle. and Into
est thereon untU paid, with approved secnrity.
II. IV. n1 r.virv , i-iir-i isa.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, April 18,1655, '1116
SHERIFF'S SALE, in Attachment, a
Receiver. Bv virtue of three orders of sale, issue
out of the Coort of Common Pleas of Trnmhull eounri
and State of Ohio, to me directed and delivered hy sal
Court, and in obedience to said orders or sale, l ana'
expose to ssle, at puhlic vendue, as tbe law directs, r
the Ware-house of M. B. Tayler. In Warren. In sal
rnnni. Katnrdav the 5th M Mav. A. D. 1F55. b.
tween the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock T. M. i
said dar.S5.Hi5 pounds of Bar Iron: 11, pounds r
Rod Iron: 638 kegs of assorted Nails. To be sold s
the suit of the President. Directors, s) Co- of the We
tern Reserve Bank, against P. McCormick and W. F
Carey. In one of said suits, aeainst P. McCormick an
Robeson and Battles. In another, and against P. Mc
Cormick, Robeson, Battles and Robhins. in the other
H. R- HARnu.i. rnerm ann Receiver.
Sheriff's Office. Warren. April 18, 1855. H '17.
S" HERIFF'S SALE.
Bv virtue of an order of sale Issued out of the
Caart of Common pleas of Trumbull County. Ohio,
tn me directed and delivered, on a decree made by said
Court, at their March term A. D. 1855, 1 have levied
en. and shall expose to public sale, ss in exeentlon
upon Judgment, at the door or tne uoun itouse, in v. r
ren. In said County, on Thursday the 17th day of May
A. D. 1855. between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and
4 o'clock P. M. of said day. the following described
lands snd tenements, to wit : about three acres of land
In lot No. 31. in the township of Newton, in the count
of Trumbull, and State of Ohio, on which was. and is
a saw-mill, work-sbop, with turning lathes, and othe
machinery therein situate, and lumber thereon, togeth
er with the privilege of raising the water for hydrauli.
purposes, and for the use of said mill, in East Creek
which then flowed and continues to flow through aai
land, and is used for driving the machinery on sail
premises as aforesaid ; said lands being bounded a
follows : north and west by lands of Alexandei
McCleary, south by Samuel Hudson, Aaron snorts, ami
Alexander McCleary, and east by the highwsv : and
appraised at SIOU.IIO. To be sold at the suit of William
Porter against James DeLoog. and others.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, April 18, '11 '15.
THE AMERICAN HOUSE! NEW
ARRANGEMENTS AT THE OLD STAND ! ! Th
puhlie are hereby notified that this well-known bouse t
being ntted up ny UK propnrwr, ii ... in .""-i
.vi whii-h will insure to all who mar rive him a cal!
ample accommodations and good fare. The furnilur
and " fittings up" generally will be new, and of the bes
description. No pains will be spared in making I
pleasant and comfortable. The situation of the buildin
being fine, and convenient for persons who come t
town, Mr. li- teeiS Uiat. Wliu a ucw:raiii.iiiu . w "
outdone in his efforts to please, he deserves a liberr
ah,, nf that natronaxe heretofore vouchsafed him b;
the public Give the AMERICAN a call and you wil
Warren, April 4tn, icjj.-tr
TOST, on the 1st day of March, be
J the centre of Colebrook. and tbe centre of Or
w.l l a ealf-akin Wallet containing a small amount e
change and note to the amount of several hundre
dollars, and otner papers, in notes werv m".
them jianedL In W--A- Bolrntt -j " -awr.
turn said Wallet or give information where It may b
found, shall be amply rewarded. D. R. W0LC0TT.
ROAD TAX OF 1855.
i Notice is hereby given, that the Board of Com
missioners of Mahoning County, have levied a road
tax for the improvement of the Roads, and Highways,
r MiH ,rni, of one-third of a mill on each dollar val
uation of all property, subject to taxation in the coun
ty aforesaid ; and that said tax may be discharged by
labor on the road unaer ineaircciious ui iuc proper su
pervisor of each road district in the connty. at the rata
of one dollar per day. JACKSON TKL BSDALB.
Auditor's Office. Canfield. Ohio, Mar. 31. lw. p
Notice is hereby given that the subscriber hue
been duly appointed and qualified as Executor on the
last will and testament of Dwight D. Stoddard, late o(
N ilea . Trumbull county, unio, ueceaseu
J. K. NOBLE.
Niles, March, 30. '10 13. '
A DMLNISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Ktice i h-rebv riven, that the subscriber has
been appointed Administrator in the estate of Sarah
HcCorcle, late of Bristol, Trumbull County, deceased.
All persons having unsettled business with said estate
are requested to call and settle the same.
BristoL April 4. '10 '13.
1 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
J. Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has
been duly appointed Administrator in the estate of
David Brickley, late of Bristol, Trumimll County de
ceased. All persons having unsettled business with
said estate are requested to call and settle the same im
mediately. SAMUEL FANSLER.
Bristol. April 4, '1013.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given, that the subscriber has been ap
pointed Executor on the estate of Nathaniel Lane, lata
of Braceville, Trumbull County, Ohio, deceased.
Braceville. April 4, 10 '13.
""OTICE is hereby given that the an-
sjual meeting of the stockholders of the Trumbull
and Ashtabula Turnpike Company, for the choice ol
Directors, will be held at the Inn near the centre of
Bloomfield, on the first Wednesday of 3Iay next, beins
the 2nd day of the month.
THOMAS D. WEBB, President.
Warren, April 4, 3w.
LOST by the subscriber, on the eve
ning of March 30th, at Warren, or on the road be
tween that place and N Has, a small blue "Port Monaie.'
with Steel Clasp, containing $50, mostly In "Fives'
and "Tens." also a $10 gold peice, and some papers of
no value to any one but tbe owner. A reward of tea
dollars will be paid for the return of tbe same and con
(enta. F. E. HLTCUINS.
Yonngstown. April 4, 3w.
THE WEALTHY CITIZENS OF
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, being so alphabeti
cal arrangement of the names of the most prominent
Capitalist, where wealth is estimated at one hundred
thousand dollars and upwards, with the sums append
ed ta each name, and geneological and biographical
notice of the principal persons. Thirteenth Edition
with many improvements and additions; price 95cts
Apr. 4. At BALDWIN'S.
TRIAL and Conviction of Dr. Stephen
T. Beale, with the letters of Chief Justices Lewis,
Block and Woodward : also letters of Professers Gib
son. Wiltuanks and many others. Price lS.Scts.
Apr. 4. At BALDWIN'S.
Apr At BALDWIN'S.
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, sny it surpassess any other kind cl
plow in use. Several premiums hare been awarded II
at State and County Fairs. T. H. M0RLEY st Co.
Jan. 19, 1854.
FARMERS! WHEAT is worth One
Dollar add Fifty Cents per bushel. Will yon use
a poor Plow, when at Morley's Foundry they keep
good article, and warrant them.
March 5, loot.
THE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
T. II. V0RLEY sr. Co., will do better work than
any ether Plow in the Stale of Ohio, except theMichiran
Double Plow. . mar. 5. '54
STOVES. TINWARE, &c. New
Shop on Market Street. Those who wish to V
puichase things in his line are invited to call at tr7
the shop of E. G UOLLINGSWOKTU. at Cranage's old
stand, 3 doors below Empire Hall, Market St.. where
they will find a large assortment of Stoves, Tinware.
Jauanned-ware. Britannia-ware, Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, c nd Hollow ware of all kinds, Cncar and Goon.
Call at Hollingsworth's before you buy. Job-work
and repairing done on reasonshle terms and with do
spstebJ UOLLINuSWOKTU it FITCH.
Warren. October 12. '53.
HE GREATEST Side-Splitter of tho
age The Chronicle of PineviDe This Book em
nraees sketches of amusing scenes, incidents, and
eharacteve of Georgia and Alabama, by the author ol
Masor Jonas' Courtship, at
tee .) BALDWIN'S.
PAISE, 51. D Has returned
frnaa hia visit to the Eastern Hospitals, and
Mkl. MiMlMuftwanililililairfHIl. lf
' See and residence as formriy, en High Street, W arren,
Ohio. Dec. 27, "54-
'PEN DAYS LATER FROM
JL Rumors are afloat that a recent attack was made
days amid a terrific cannonading and constant discharge
that no lives were lost, although many were compelled
and sorrowing hearts. The ORIGINAL JAMES is
friends and customers the
Ever exhibited to the citizen of old Trumbull : among
aeons, vanxaa motions, caocaxav, oaocuaisa and uquhbs
ever. To Merchants, Pedlars and Landlords, 1 will say,
call and examine my stock and prices, to become convinced
porium oi sue nest, aa, surer shock, auin street,
Which were bought at the recent decline of prices, and
house west of New York. Come one and ail and examine
Tweeds, Jeans, etc., etc.
From Prints to Silk, and all the necessary fixings, which
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings of all qualities
YANKEE NOTIONS enough to supply the Western
Wholesale or Retail.
MORE CROCKERY than ever was made, and at less
enough for all Northern Ohio ; boots from $1.00 to $3,00
are going off with a perfect rush.
READY MADE CLOTHING A large stock of all
Vests from 51) cents to $5,00. Come right along with your
where you can find the largest stock in Ohio, and the
Remember the place, NO. 3, RIVER BLOCK, WARREN,
February 10, 1855 -tf
pHE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
L the largest, cheapest and best selected stock of
GROCERIES AND YANKKB NOTIONS
in the County, was awarded to DraLar at STCaaT, who
have just received the most complete assortment ever
offered to the people of Old Trumbull. Purchased since
the great decline in prices, which enables them to offer
the following programme of Eatablee, Drinkables. Wear
shies and Fancybles, 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,
free gratis for nothing, children half price, and inspect
the stock, consisting in part of
100 Boxes Raisins. 56 Bags Rio Coffee.
50 44 Rosin Soaps. 10 Packets Java do.
50 44 assorted kinds. 60 Cheats Tea, all price.
200 dos. Lyon's Katharion. 50 Bags Pepper.
90 Bxs Long Nose Pipes. 100 Mats Cassia.
SO Bags Alspiee. 50 dor. Scotch Ale.
10 dos. Jars Pickles. SO 44 London Porter.
50 Bxs Soda Biscuit. 500 M Cigars, all grade.
50 bhls. Butter Cracker. 9 bbls. C 0 Sugar. -
10 44 Water do. SO 44 Powdered do.
10 44 Sugar do. 10 44 Crushed do.
10 hhds. N. O. Sugar. 500 gro. Matches.
50 bbls. Molasses. 50 Batts 5s k 8s Tobacco.
10 44 8 H Syrup. 50 44 Fancy Brands, do.
50 dos. German Meerschaum. Chocolate ; Cocoa ;
Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
Fountain Starch, the nicest thing out ; Corn Starch,
Tapiocca, Farina, Ite., for Puddings : 50 Boxes Stearin
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; 80 gross Pint and
ii Pint Flasks ; 2 gross Wicker Flasks ; Almonds ;
Braxil Nuts, Filberts; Peecans ; English Waluuts ;
Pea Nuts ; Citron : Zanto Currants ; Prunes , Seedless
Raisins; Cut-and-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, Ac. 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 our stock in full, but rest our plea on the
hope that "YOU" will can, sxa, ntrv. and finally. In
the second place, seventeenthly, we beg leave to sub
scribe ourselves "Truly Youra,"
DUN LAP & STEWART,
4 If 5 Market Street.
Warren, Nov. 1. 1854.
NEW LYME WATER CURE.
The above establishment still continues in suc
cessful operation, and is about to commence upon it's
fourth season. The largely Increased number of pa
tients treated at the establishment the past year, and
the large number of cures effected induce th subscri
ber to believe that no place affords superior advantages
for treatment. Tbe above ectahlishment I located in
New Lyme, Ashtabula County, Ohio. Terms from six
to tight dollars per week, according to rooms token
and attention given, payable weekly Invariably. For
examination, and advice for those that do not stay at
thecure$l; for examination and writen prescription
for home treatment Si. P. KEE M. D. Propiet jr.
New Lyme, Jan 17th, 55-3m
CARPETING. Royal Wilton, Brus
sels, Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
Venetian, at the .
aprSo NEW-YORK STORE.
FRENCH MFJUNOES, the largest
and most complete of colors in town. Also Co
burgs, all wool Gala Plaids and DeLains, Muslin d I
Berge and other Dress Goods by the piece or yard, a
Ihe NEW YORK STORE.
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most of
the time.) PACKARD ek BARN CM.
Oct. 25. 1854.
IDDINGS fe MORGAN are now re
eeivinr their FALL STOCK OF GOODS, embracing
a very large assortment in all the departments of their
trade. The good have been bought at the lowest
prices of the depressed market with the special refer
n tn the eraiMOKXcr of times, and will be sold ac
cordingly. For Goods at low prices inquire at the
oct aoj jjiriaa Bivnn.
500 Lights 7x 9 Extra Quality,
5000 " 8x10 44 "
1000 " - "
liVal 10x14 44
Other sises in proportion. Orders for Blinds and
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
cqnal to the best. PACKARD 4c BARN UM, Ag'ts.
v arren, unio, uec-
A CHOICE SELECTION of long
X V and square Brocha and Bay State Shawls, sold
cheap, at the
ELP CASH-US ! !"
Slnw customers, and all others owing n
money past due, are respectfully informed that they
atast pay us. We tell our goods at cash prices, and
expect cash for them sometime. A word to the wis
Is sufficient. oct IS PACKARD 4t BARNUM.
VfEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
1 The enhacrihera are now receiving a large and
desirable Stack of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
eomretition for resWypuy, or in exchange for Produce.
Approved credit on snort tunc win no eirrn.
Wren, Oct- 18, lo54. C: dt M- M08ER-
A SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
L 1st F'srsssr. Neiehbor. what Plow do you use 1
Sad Fmrmtr. Well. I have J. Long's No. 4. and
several other kinds, but Morley's Star Plow beats them
1st Farmer. I must go to vt arren and get a sw
Plow. (Goes to Warren and return in course of the
SaW Farmer. lla'.lo, Neighbor, what have you got
1st Farmer. One of Morley a Double Plow. He sal
It beats the Star Plow, and no mistake.
Sad sTarswr. Can't be possible i m lit noes, t
will buy one. (xat etth Farmere, aad try the flaws.)
The Double Plow prove to be the best ; in fact it does
better work than any single Plow can do. This we guar
lee. or no sale. T. U. MORLEY e Co.
April 5, 1SS4.
F" ARMERS ATTENTION .Those of
yon who wish to sow any Spelter Wheit, can be
nnnlied with this valuable and new species of grain
by calling soon at the Monroe House. Winter Barlsy
for seed only, can aiso oe nan.
Warren, Sept 20, 1854. AUGUSTUS GRAETER.
LACES and Embroideries, Honitoo
Collars, etc., to which the attention of the Ladies
to invited, at the (aprSO) .NEW-YORK STORE.
rnn PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi
0 J sale cheaper than the cheapest, at the
aprS6 NEW-YORK STORE.
NEW YORK STORE.
PARKS & WENTZ, are now receiving their
usual full stock of FaLi and Wiaru Goons, bought
since the late DECLINE IN PRICES, to which they
Invite the attention of their friends, former patrons
and the public simply remarking that they are nrvaa
to a pansasoLP. sep. 27.
SILK BONNETS. 8 cases Silk bon
net, which are worthy the attention of the tadlr.
Oct. 47 NEW YORK STORE.
EST NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD.-
That big lot " has this day arrived.
PACKARD dr. BARNUM.
A CARD. We do not mean to offend
XV. any body, but we must have our Note and Ac
counts settled, or we will be obliged to leave them at
the Squires' Office for collection.
Warren. Nov. 1. '54. JA8. McCONNELL.
QAAA FEET CLEAR, DRY, PINE
OUUVLUMBER, 11,-, 1 S. IX andS inches thick,
suitable for Sash, Blinds and Doors, for sale hy
Oct 25, M54. PACKARD At BARSTTM.
FRENCH MERINO ES, PAR AM AT
TAS, Coburgs, Mohair, Lustres, Alpacca and
Cashmeres, selling at reduced oriees, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
SILKS 1 SILKS! A lame quantily
and variety, comprising high Lustred Black , Plaid,
Stripes and Chasgcahle. Also, a variety of Bonnet
Silks and Satins, cheaper than ever, at tbe
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE
BLACK and Colored Cloaking Cloths
a superior quality of yard wide Black Silk Velvet,
for Cloaks, Mantiias. Ac, at the
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
T N0W-N0TIIING PAPERS.
FU of onr Union.
To be bad at
Ot 18. 1H.VI-3ro.
The American Crusader.
Warerly M -,7110.
PORTER & Co8 NEW DRUG
A. STORE. The proprietors of this establishment
take pleasure In announcing to the public, that not with
standing the late fire which destroyed a large portion of
our Goods, we are again open and In full operation, at
No. 3, Market St., Warren, 0., where ws are daily re
eeiving Fresh Drugs direct from New York and Phila
delphia, which we are offrring for Casn at price that
cannot fail giring satisfaction.
4 T ivU,iWIVSMR3. ANN 8.
1 A. STalVBNS' Oonrnlete AniAe to Crotchet and Fan
cy Knitur-g, suitable for HoBiday Gifts. (dec Uu
HIG ALMANACS for 1855, at
fFeb H BALDWIN'S.
SEBASTOPOL ! Surrender of the Allies !
upon that well fortified post, which continued for sever
al of small arms. I lake pleasure, however, in record
ing to retire from the scene of action with wounded feel
ings again in eossmaad, and takes pleasure in offering to hie
of sll kinds all of which will he sold cheaper than
I will supply you at Eastern prices. You need only
that tho place to buy your goods Is at the Old Em
1.1 IIUI VAJtlaTf,
the law requires- Ail kind of Domestic, Brown and
Hemisphere, and at prices that cannot fail to please, at
than my former extreme low price. Boots and Shoe
and all other goods In proportion. Call soon, a they
kinds, qualities and price. Pants from $1,00 to $5.00;
cash and produce to the Great Emporium of the West,
OHIO 1 JAMES H. KIBBEE.
which may be found an extensive assortment of m
narreu, vuio, wnero yaw can nuu a targe stoca ot au
positively be sold 25 per cent, less than by any other
my stock of Cloths, Cassimeree, Doeskins, Sattiaatte,
A MERICAN ARTISTS' UNION.
A Tbe American Artists' Union would respectfully
snnonnce to the citisens of the United States and the
Canadas, that for the purpose of cultivating a taste for
the fine arts throuvVut the couotry, and with a view of
enabling every faml ly to become possessed of a gallery
of Engravings, -
BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE,
They have determined, in order to create an extensive
sale for their Engravings, and thus not only to rive
employment to a large number of artist and other,
but inspire among our countrymen a taste for works of
art, to present to tne purchasers of their engravings,
hen 250.0U0 of which are sold,
250.000 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST OF $ I50.0C0
Each purchaser of aOne Dollar Engraving, therefore
receives not only an engraving richly worth the money
but also a ticket which entitles hia to one of the Gift
when they are distributed.
For Flvx Dollars, a highly finished Engraving,
beautifully PAINTED in OIL. and FIVE GIFT TICK
ETS, will he sent; or Five Dollars worth of splended
Engravings can be selected from the Catalogue, and
sent by return mail or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a specimen of
one of the Engravings, can be seen at the office of thia
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
that sum, and a Gift Ticket, will immediately k for
The Committee believing that the success of this
Great National Undertaking will be materially promo
ted by tbe energy and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such
on the most liberal terms.
Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending
(post paid.) $1, will receive by return of mail, a On
Dollar Engraving, a "Gift Ticket," a Prospectus,
Catalogue and all other necessary Information.
On the final completion of the sale, the Gift will be
placed in the hands of a Comhittkb of the PfmcHAssns
to be distributed, due notice of which will be given
throughout the United Slates and the Canto's,
LIST Ot OIFTS.
100 Marble Busts of Washington, at - - $100
100 44 44 Clay, 100
100 44 " WeLster. 10
10U 44 44 Calhoun, 100
50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid
gilt frames, sise 3x4 ft. each,
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2x3 ft- each,
5M0 ateel ulate Enrravines. brilliantlv.
colored in oil, rich gilt frasses 10 3,00$
24x30 inches each, I
10,000 elegant steel plate Engravings,)
colored in oil, of the Washingtou 4 . 40,000
Monument, 20x26 inches each, J
237,0110 steel plate Engravings, from'
100 different plates, now in posses
sion of and owned by tbe Artists 41,000
Union, of the ssarket value of from
50 cenu to $1 each,
1 first-class Dwelling, in 31st st,N.Y. City, 12,000
S2 Building Lot in lUOand 101st sts-,1 , aa
N. Y. City, each 25x100 ft. deep. , ' '
100 Villa Sites, containing each 10,000'
sq. ft. in the suburbs of N. Y. City,
and commanding a magnificent - 500 50,000
view of tbe Hudson Hirer and
Long Island Sound, at
20 perpetual loans of cash, without) s nnrl
interest er security, of $250 each,, '
50 " " " 100 44 5.000
100 44 " " 50 44 5.000
S50 44 44 " 20 44 5,000
2,000 " 44 44 5 44 10.00$
Reference in regard to the Real Estate, F. J. Vmscnan
ek Co., Real Estate Brokers, New York. Orders, (post
paid,) with Kioney enclosed, to be addressed,
J. W. HOLBROOKE. 8ec.
505 Broadway. N. T.
J rThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now ready
for delivery. inov 15, '54-SmJ
YOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
HUDSON THB FALL SESSION of this In
Kitution will open en Monday, the 11th day of Septem
' TUITION CHARGES :
llhmrnUrr hjanafc"!'""3 s- "Hi-wtory.
n au uu tut. Ainu, cm, per iuuvu vi aa
weeks, - - - - - $4 00
Academic coarse, ----- - 50ft
Music Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lesson - 8 00
Cm of Instrument, ..... 3 00
Drawing or Painting In Water Colors, per ar 3 00
Oil Painting, per qr - - - 00
French, 44 3 00
In order Aeet the expressed wants of tbe community-
for larger accommodations and to adapt the coarse
of ins (Taction mora perfectly to the age and s -tain meats
of the pupils, a
has been constituted, for which a convenient room has
been seen red adjacent to those now occupied, and is
in successful operation. The tuition charges in this de
partment will be Three Dollars.
Parents or guardians and other friends of education
are respectfully inrited to visit the Institution at any
hour during the daily sessions which may suit their
JtpPupils are specially rejoested as they would
make satisfactory progress in their studies, to be pres
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April 4, 14.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
with the present Principal and assistant In the Young
Ladiea Seminary of Hudson, and their successful labors
In commencing and conducting it thus far, we taks
pleasure in confidently recoumending the Institution
to the patronage of the community as one in which may
be secured the benefit of a thorough, elevated and re
fined education for young laiies in a superior degree,
and congratulate the people of Hudson and the vicinity
upon the establishment of such a Seminary under so
happy auspices We are happy to know that it is in
tended to provide in this Institution the means aad fa
cilities of an education of the highest order.
REV. Q. E. PIERCE, Pres. W. J. W. SMITH,
PROP. H.N. DAT, &. Col. WM. II. SE33"OXS.
DR.O.P.ASHMUN, RJ-.V.J.C HART,
REV. N.BARRETT, HON.V.R, HUMPHREY,
PROF. N. P. SEYMOUR, REV.T. B. FAIRCHILD,
A. A. BREWSTER,' REV. HARVEY COS.
Hudson, April 28, 18S4-J
r 00K OUT FOR THEC?q
Li OHIO CLOTHING 8 TORS, Jfe. lrfir&ZT
Main Street, Warren, Okie.
The subscribers would inform th customers aad the
public in general, that w have now on hands, and are
constantly manufacturing a full and complete stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing for Men and Boy's wear,
which, owing to tbe recent decline in prices will aad
ere bound to be sold a little Ceeae-er lAaa the Cheap
met. We will not be UNDERSOLD by any.
We nave on hand a large stock of Over-Coats,
Dress aad Business Ccats of all kinds ; Pants and
Vests of every quality, style and color now in use ;
Rubber Over Coats, Under-shirts, Drawers, Fine White
Shirts, Collars, Cravats, and in fact everything kept la
an Establishment of the kind.. .
We also have on hand a large stock of Cloths, Cast
meres, V eatings. Jtc, to sell or make up t order on
the shortest notice.
XCpWarranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one aad all, yon are respectfully invited
to call and examine onr Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will sav money by so doing
J. FIT! at SON.
Warren, Nov. 1, 1854.
SPANISH MOSS by the bale orlb.
Alcove Bugs, Silver Terretts, Full Plate Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best ouaiity Spurs, and Beaming
June PATCH A ALLISON'S.
HARNESS VARNISH, "Whip Lashes.
Log and Trace Chains, Breeching Loops, Brass
and Silver Gag Beins and Chains, Carriage Knobs.
Japanned, Silver Brass and patent, at
juae 9 PATC Ii fc A I "S05 8.
FRESCO HALL RESTAURANT,
WILLIAM 6 RE EX. AGENT.
The Patrons of this popular and fashionable Saloon,
have all repudiated tbe crtdit system, aad are paring
aruh for their refreshments. They say, "Green has
euoafth to do to keep everything in order and serve his
customers without making tickets, charging oysters and
other refreshments, drawing off accounts, and shinning
it about town for money that has been ticketed for a
"day or so," and run one or two and three years, and
not getting anything don't pay, and they wont let him
do so any more." Gentlemen, your arrangement suits
me. Stick to the text; pay as yoa go, and ail my time
including that portion of it which has heretofore beea
spent in fruitless efforts to collect money shall be de
voted to your comfort. Biy house shall be set in order
now, for the better accommodation 9f my cash cus
tomers. "Excelsior, shall be my motto.
Warren, March V7, K54. WM. GRXEX, Art.
RUTH HALL, 5:h supply at
Feb. H.h 55. BALDWINS
rPH E CHIME The great Singing
-- Book f the season, a notice of which will be
seen In another column, has Just been received in large
quantity, at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE, and is selling
BOOTS SHOES, and Leather at the
fOct.4 1 NEW YORK STORK.
rP IM0THY SEED. A few Bushels-
JL of prists seed for sale by
O 1. IDDINGS at MORGAN.
EARRELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT
Sloan's Ointment, just ree'd aad for sal at
ik m . . . . ...
. A. SMITH dt Co's.
A UT0BI0GRAPHY OF BARNUM
I V and wreely, at jan S4 BALDWIN'S.
TN DOORS AND OUT, Or Views
A. from the Chimney Corner, elegantly illustrated
complete la 1 vol. 13Mo price IUU. A few copies just
received st ADAJaS.
"RATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman,
jL v Proprietor, east side Public Square, Warren, O.
EAOawE HOUSE, by George T. Hull,
Market ttreet, Warrem, O. jTifla dxr task of the
D0CT. J. DAVIS, Eclbctic Phts
snan awn 8ueeso Office ta Kickols' Hat Store,
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
aciecuc rnysieiaas wilt rna a i.ii avinu
Medicines for sale by Soct. Paris at loeMIieve place.
WM. M. EAME3, M. D., Physician,
Burreon aad Dentist, Windham, BprUfe Co., 0.
JAMES JACKSON, Physician and
Burreon. office on South .ide of Idarket street, (up
stairs.) four doors Bast of the bank. Warren, O. apr9w
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon, Bloea Held, Trumbull Co-, o.
"W. T0WNSEND, M. D., Homeo-
. nathle Physician, Office in Sutlitr Brick Block,
near the American Hotel, Warren, O. apr ly
TOHN B. fc JULIAN HARMON.
tf Physicians and Surreona, office 5 art, aids) of the
Public Square, Warren, O. Oct 20 y
j. num. n. v. T. w. racnsu, . .
Jtfc T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and
. Surgeons. Office and residence en L&ierty St.,
south of the Episcopal Church, Warren, O. mar lOy
W PAINE, M. D., Physician . and
Burgeon. Particular attention given to tho
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and long Diseases. Of
fice and residence on High street ssar S
IL. & A. O. FULLER, Attorneys at
Law, Office ever Smiths or. McCossbs Store. Cor
per Block. Warren. O. Jan-Jst 185. ly
A LBERT PERRY, Attorney at
XX Special attention given to collection, a
lirosecution of Pension and Bounty Land alarm. Of
fices! Court House, Warren O. Jan 10 'W-ly-$3.
PHTLO E. REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office over New Tork 8 tore.
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, TrnmbnU Co.. O.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Conn
. eel lor at Law, ever Smith m McComb's Store,
comer Main and Market Street, Warren, Q. nev 10y
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claim.
Office over Smiths A MeCombs' Store, Warren, 0. marS
n. v. itorvwan.
TTOFFMAN A RATLIFF, Attorney
aa- at Law. umce on laoerty bu, warren. oppo-
site the Court Ilonse.
3S. v. invrrr. yifijir. ...
LEGGETT fe COX, Attorneys and
Counsellor at Law. Office ever Moser's Store.
Market street, Warren, O. Je 16-tf
St. . leoorTT.
J. BO LSD COX.
jona bi ii nms.
a. . cuE ine.
HUTCHINS Ss CURTISS, Attorney!
at Law. Office on North Main street. Mar the
residence of John Hntchina, Warren, 0. sag 1 tf
0 SO. H. TUTTtW
SUTLIFF Ss TUTTLE, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors In Chancery, Warren, Tram
hull county, 0-, still continue their business at their eld
office, on High street, two doors west of the Amerieaa
Hobs. mar y
BP. JAMESON k Co., Dealers ia
. Stove. Copper and Sheet Iresj Ware. Tin,
Cheese Tats, Ae-Mo. 10 Main 8U. Warren, 0. mar
E SPEAR k SON, Manufacturers of
. Sash. Doors and Window Blind. Factory en
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warrea, O. jan Soy
FELLOWS St MORLEY, Manufactu
rers of Plows, Cultivators, Ac. Shop east of Tsy
ler Warehouse, en the Canal, Warren, O. eep30oT
JOHN jTgUNNTNG, Carriage and
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market sts., Warren, O. marl
A L. MORLEY, (etrceessor -ol J. ti,
V . Baooas.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Hard
ware, Cutlery, die. Warren, Ohio. nov 98
T hTmORLEY fe Co., Manufactu
e ren f Stove, Hollow Ware, aad Casting gene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
house. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
Ohio. . sep 30 U
H0LLINGSW0RTH Ss FITCH,
Dealers in Stoves, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettle, Brass Kettles, and Hoi
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 door
below Cmpir Hall. Market street. Warren, O. max t
RA. A. BALDWIN, Wholesal
and Betait Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few
doors south of the Post Office, Warren, 0. - nor 1 -
JULIUS VAUTROT, Manufacture,
and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry. Su
rer Ware, and Fancy Ooods, Market street, Kmpirs
Block, Warren, O. Watches carefully repaired aad
warranted. Jans 7
PATCH Ss ALLISON, Dealers in Sad "
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimsainga, aad Mans
facta re rs of Saddles, Bridles. Harness, Trunks, Valises,
fee. Main street, Warrea, O. '
rDDINGSAM0RGAN, Dealers ia
A Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, etc., at the Sign er
the Empire Stare, Warren, 0.
Cifc M. MOSEr! Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Ooods, Hardware, Groceries,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoe. Hats, Cap. Beady Mad
Clothing, etc.. Market Street, Warren, 0. aagt
PARKS Ss WENTZ, Dealers in For
eiga and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boot,
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Ready Made Clothing, Ae., always cheap
for ready pay at the New Tork Store.
WALTER KINGtfc S0N7D7aler7ii.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and
Brittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Ooods, A a. Ha. 9, Maim
street. Warren. O. All kind of Clock and Watehea
carefully repaired and warranted. soar 9
PACKARD fc BARNUM, (Succes
sors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers la Foreign and American Hardware, Iron
Paints, aod Carriag Trimming. the
Yf B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
i.'A. Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Bait, visa, t laster, Aiu, Warren. OSio.
E. LEFFINGWELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Salt, Pish. Plaster, Ac, Ac, Warren. 0. mar 31 tf
STEVENS fc Co., Commission Mer
chants. Dealers ia Butter, Cheese, Saleratas, Fiah,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Noa. 14 and 16 second
Street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, 0.
Bfraaawm: Dickson. Biggs at Co.; Wilshire, Bris
tol, Ac; John Swaeey A Co.; Swasey Wise ; Harri
s. at Hooper ; Kennet A Dudley, and Merchant gen
er Hy. pr SI p
JOSEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer ia
Bishop A Child's Melodeons. Mr. Hassldlne
keeps constantly an hand the sect Melodeons, which he -will
furnish at manufacturer's price, at Partsingtoa.
Trumbull eounty, O. Instructions given gratis t pur
chasers. Ite pairing and tuning don with nselness and
j. sr. aeooits. aero i ,
BROOKS tr THOMAS, Fashioaabla
Tailors, room srer Nichols' Hat Store, Maia 8U,
Warren, Ohio. Particular attention paid to cutting,
and warranted to fit if properly made up. feb 9 y
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
neld A Co.'s Celebrated Vegetable Cattle Powder
(out antly on hand and for sale in large or assail quaa
by the subscribers, whe are sole A rents for thia
K. B. Kone are genuine unless procured of
March 18. lUg-tf C. st M. MOSER, Arts.
DOORS, DOORS, D00R3.-To Con
tractors. Carpenters and Builder. W can furnish
you with Panel IKrs of all styles, a great deal cheaper
lliaa yen can make them by hand, (and a good if not
better.) Call aod examine our work aad prices; yos)
srill be suited with both. A liberal disceunt to whole
ale traders. X SPAB A SOIL
ALL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILI
MBDICIXKS. Avar's Cherry Pectoral, and Ot
eod's India Choiagogue, for sale by
May 31. PORTIB A Co.
CRYSTALLINE St VARIEGATED
WASH BALLS, Brown Windsor and Traasparen.
Soap in cake and bar, and Colgate's Caesaieal OUv,
Soap. For sale at
00D ALL -iVOOL DELAiNE3r
How selling for U cents ner yard, at the