CLEAR THE WAY.
BY CHARLES MACKAY.
Ilea of thought I be up ul stirring
Night end day;
Bow die wed withdrew the curtain !
Cleer the way I
There'! a fount cheat to etnem.
There! e Hght about to beam.
There! a warmth about te (low.
There'! a flower about te blow.
There'! a midnight darkness changing
Into gray ;
Men of thought, and sea of action.
Clear the war 1
Once the welcome light hai broken.
Who ahall ear
What the nnimagin'd f loriee
TThat tte evil that (hall pruh
In Its ray T
Aid the daring tongue and pen I
Aid rt ho es of honest men I;
Aid it paper aid it type 1
Aid it, for the hour U ripe ;
And our effort! must not alaeken
Into play : '
Ken el thought, and men of action.
Clear the way I
Lo I a cloud'e about to vanish
From the sky
- Lo I the right'! about to conquer.
Clear the way I
And a broken wrong to crumble
With that right ahall many more
Inter muling at the door ;
With that giant wrong ahall (all,
. Many ether great and email, '
That for ages long hare held ul
- For their prey ,
' Ken ef thought, and men of action.
Clear the way 1
NEWsFAFx-RS.-Judge Longs tree t, whose
riews on all subjects are sensible, prac
tical, and worth treasuring up, thus sets
forth the value of a newspaper:
"Small is the sum that is required to
patrooize a newspaper, and most amply
remunerated is the patron. .
I care not how humble and unpretend
ing the gazette which he takes, it is next
to impossible to fill a sheet fifty. two times
in a year, without putting into it some
thing that is worth the subscription price.
Every parent whose son is off from him
at school sho'dbe supplied with a paper.
I well remember what a difference there
was between those of my schoolmates
who had, and those who nad not acoess to
newspapers. ?. Other things being equal,
the first were always decidedly superior
to the last in debate and composition at
least. The reason is plain; they had com.
mand of more facts. Youth peruse a news
paper with delight when they will read
nothing else." ... "'. "'" '-: f
The Drunkard's Will. I leave to so;
ciety 'a ruined character, a wretched ex
ample, and a memory that will soon rot.
I leave to my parents, during the rest
of thier lives, as much sorrow as human
ity in a decrtpidand feeblestate canjus
tain. I leave to my brothers and sisters as
much mortification and injury as I could
conveniently bring upon them.
I leave to my wife a broken heart, a
life of wrtchedness and shame, to weep
over me and my premature death.
I give and bequeath to each of my chil
dren poverty, ignorance, alow character.
and the remembrance that their father
was a monster.' . '
Yistikdat morning about tour o'clock
P. M., a small man narred Jones, or
Brown or Smith, with a heel in the hole
of his trousers, committed arsenic by
swallowing a dose of suicide. The ver
diet of the inquest le turned a jury that
the deceased came to his facts in aeord
ance with his death. '. He leaves a child
and six small wives to lament the end of
his untimely loss. In death we are in the
midst of life. '- 'r '
Shocking. A . printer's devil, who
pays particular attention to a younglady
uptown, without making any decided ad
vances, was returning with her from meet
ing the other night, when she feelingly
said : '
fear I shstll never go to heaven."
'Why? " said our typo.
"Because," she replied, "I love a devil
so well." " :
A very pious English lady having been
introduced to the Persian ambassddor in
London, exclamed": '
?Is it possible that you are such idola
ters in Persia as to worship the sun?"
' Yes madam, " replied he, "and so
yoa would in England, if ycu ever saw
him.7 . ' . ' .
Two Irishmen, in crossing a field,
came in con -act with a jackass, wh;ch
was making "daylight hideous" with his
unearthly braying. Jemmy stood a mo
ment in astonishment; turning to Pat,
who clso seemed enraptured with the song
he remarked : "It's a fine large ear that
that bird has for music, but he's got a
0CT"My love," says Mrs. Frooi'e to
her husband, "oblige me with a five pound
note to-day to purchase a new dress."
"Shan't do any such thing, Agnese; you
ealled me abar yesterday . "Lor, love,
that was nothing: I meant by it that iou
was fond of hui'ginj." "You little
I have no fivo, but here's a ten."
Vanity may be likened to the smooth
skinnel and velvet footed mouse, nibbling
about forever in expectation of a crumb;
while self-esteem is too apt to take the
likeness of the huge butcher's dog, who
carries off your steaks, and growls at you
ju ha goes. IP. G. Simm. "
"I shall be at home next Sunday
nteM," a young lady said, as she follow
ed her beau to the door, who seemed to
sosewhst waver'ng In hit attachment!.
- C slnrll I," wsi hu t 4'.
NO HUMBUG! NO GASSING!!
But a plain, true declaration of facta, which any
body can aecertain by calling at the Old Head Quarter
for READY-MADE CLOTHING.
By J. Goldstein, (ueeeeor to Morgenrtern Broth
er,) Oak Fron t Jig So. IS, Main street. Warren, O.
I have just received, and am now opening, my Fall
and Winter stock of Beady-Made Clothing, Cloths,
Cassimeres; Vesting, etc., together with every variety
ef Furnishing Good. I would simply remark that
from the extremely low figure of woolen good! Seat, 1
hare been induced to purchase ,
DOUBLE MI CSCAL AMOUNT OF GOODS I
And those that are acquainted with my mode of doing
business, are well aware that I will
I' PNKVtR BE UNDERSOLD H .
I do not hare my Clothing made np by any establish
ment in the east, nor did I come from there myself.
But I import my own Goods, and by purchasing from
first hands, am enabled to furnish all atricles in my
Une at New-York prices I I am not in the habit ol
running down any body, nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks when made on me I take my rerenge in
UNDERSELLING THEM !
Which, from my superior facilities in buying, I am
abundantly able to do.
As quoting price seems to be fashionable, I will in
troduce the following programme, to be run during the
u...... nr Ht,tji th uull dealers abont town come
down to my figures via : Full suit cf Clothes. Coat,
rants ana v est, lor ana upwarus. Bow
By the cord, consisting of Coats for $1,50. and Pant!
for 75 cents! Bats and Caps of every style aad rariety,
.Kxn.r thn th eheanest. Collars. Cravats, Ties,
Scarfs, Undershirt! and Drawers, Shirts, both whit and
colored. In abort, a complete assortment of everything
in my line, and all 1 ask Is an inspection oi my awou
and prices beore buying elsewhere. I am now the
eldost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co, and
have increased my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have been brought to bear against
me. and have lived to see many of my competitors
shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
that by aiming at one object, I have succeeded In
bringing down and keeping down the price ef my (food
to the lowest figure at which a good article can be
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER I
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit ! Te one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
Ko, 15, Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
clothing. I am hound to sell lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL I
Come and see ! Remember the place Big No. IS,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the Post Office,
west side of Main street. Warren, 0. .
Oct. 18, "54. J. GOLDSTEIN.
TaENTISTRY. Da. J. C. Burroughs
I would respectfully announce to the citisen of
Warren, and to the public, tnat ne win sun oe iwinu
his Rooms over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
operation that may be required of the Dental profession
In an eleeant and durable manner. He returns hii
thank! for past favors, and asks for a continuation of
the same. All operations performed by Dr. B. will be
warranted to be what they should be, in every sense of
the word. v. t tutvuuns
March 16. IRM-tf.
0CKET CUTLERY, the verv best
at Feb. 14t S5. BALDWIN a
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
- bti.ver WARE. FANCY GOODS, etc at N.
E. CRITTENDEN'S, 29 Superior St., Cleveland. The
Oldest ana most extensive enaniwiuiKu w u new
York, established in 126. The stock is always kep
Complete. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
endless varietv. from $25 to $-iS0. A larfre stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, '
got up expressly for Rail Road use. Also, Clocks made
expressly for Stations. Superintenoanu please call
and examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor, Sitting
Room, Bank and Office Crock a. Silver Spoons, Forks,
Cops, Goblets, ate. Silver equal to coin, and pattern
new and handsome.
PLATED WARE OF ALL KINDS, LAMPS,
Fancy Goods in endless rariety. Shears, Scissors,
Pocket Cutlery. Razors and shaving tools in general ;
Gold, Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver Specta
cle, to fit any age ; Gold Pen, the best ever made :
Communion Ware, Willow Ware. Double and Single
Guns and Pistols, and everything in the Sporting line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Instruments ; a large stock.
A large stock of Watchmaker's tools and material.
My facilities and long experience in business enable
me to offer inducement! to those in want of Goods in
my line, rarcely found. Watchmaker!, Jewelers, Ped
lar! and Dealers in general, will find at wholesale a
large stock to select from, and prices warranted aa low
as can be found in any ef the Eastern marketa.
JTRemmington's Rifie Barrels, and Gunsmith's ma
terials, imported in large quantities. ap 26, '54-om
J. P. ROLBROOK.
H0LBR00K & LONG, Music Pub
lisher. Wholsale and Retail Dealer tn Music
and Musical Instruments, No. 100 Superior 8 trrrt, Cleve
land. Ohio. Sole agents for the celebrated ST0DART
PIANO. may 17, l!t5d-6m
I" C0WLES, (late Coles & Albert
V. son., 49 Weddell House. Cleveland, respectfully
invite the attention of the citisens of Warren and the
surrounding county, to his assortment of fine Watches,
Silverware, Jewelry, House Keeping and Fancy Goods.
Their price will be uniform and as low aa any ajar I
tradesman can afford. Every article sold with be truth
iully described and warranted as represented. Repair
fpr in all its branches carefully and promptly done.
May 17, le-Ql ly - .
CANE SEAT PIANO AND MELO
DE0N STOOLS, just received at
Sept- 20. POMEROY'S.
SEVERAL very superior new Pianos
just opened at POME ROY "8
Sept. 20. Music Store.
A FEW MEL0DE0NS TO RENT
now on hand, 8. T. P0MEROY
8ept.au. SINGING BOOKS.
ALPINE GLEE SINGER,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK,
COTTAGE GLEES, etc..
Just received at POMEROY'S. Ang. g.
CARHART'S MELODEON In
structor a new supply at POMEROY'S.
ONE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MELO
DE0N, very good tone, can be bought for $30, at
Aug. 2. POMEROY'S.
BASS VIOLS, Guitars, Claronetta and
Violinoa large supply just received by
August 2. POME BOY.
SOME more of those
Pianos, just received at
TETR0N0MES, or time-keepers,
XT A. with and without a bell, for marking off meas
ures, for sale at POMEROY'S. Every Music Teacher
should have one. May 31.
USIC BOOKS just received at
POMEROY'S. The Hallelujah, Cythara, Chime,
Young Folks' Glee Book; Dodworth's Brass Band
School; A mauier Organist; Johnson's System ef Har
mony, &.C., fcc-, all valuable works.
Warren, November 1, 104. . .
OSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
1 A large sapply just received. This is just the
Book that little cluoa of Violinists and Flutists want,
and we are hamir to aay they are beginning to find it
out in this section aa they have already done in the
; Kautcrn Suoea. n e are prepared to furnish them a we
do everythiug else at the New kork retail l-riee, $l,0u.
Orders by mail promptly filled. S. I. POME ROY.
beet Reed Instruments in the world. Afreshsup-
ply just received at POMEROY'S.
GUITARS. A very respec ab!e arti
cle can now be bought at POMEROY'S for $3 50.
piANO STOCLS Plush and Hair
" Cloth Stools, a fine assorta&eut; sieo cheap Cans
beat do., at . may 31 POMEROY'S.
PORTABLE Music Stands, at
may 31 POMEROY'S.
FINE TONED 4 KEYED IVORY
TIPPED FLUTES, with a box, can be bought al
POMEROY'S Music Store for $2 12 others in propor
tion. June 7.
Zundel's Melodeon Instructor ;
Baker's Piano-Forte ditto ; , . -Burgmuller's
Bvruui's Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
Jane 7. POMEROY'S.
rPHE Seminary Class Buok ; a capital
JL Singing Book for Schools and Private Classes.
S. T. POMEROY.
Cottage Glees, a new supply, at
juoT POM BUOY'S.
TOY DRUMS Fildles an4 Trum
odworth's Brass Band School ; a
splendid thing, for sale by P0MER0Y.
LOT of depuit Flutiuas, from $8
-to$3j,jastrec'dat jnn7 POMEROY'S.
MUSICAL TERMS, a com-
ilete Dictionary, for sal by
'PUNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
-L tiseon tuning and repairing Pianos and Melc ieona
Price 50 cts.. at POMEROY'S.
May 3, 'H.
USIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, '54.
BEST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3, '34. POMEROY'S.
COLD Violin C, Strings, at
J May 3, 54. - - POJ
REAT MEN fe GREAT EVENTS,
a moat attractive book eontainlne 904 nawes
handsomely bound with 300 engraving, aad we offer
mem at men a low price, tnat everybody buy them,
almost without exception. 'e have received a lares
tndean lurnisb them, to be sold era in at tna
pli'ti'ilowWI mice Mr ft li
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
XX. LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, and said to be
the best tn town, at may31 POKTEBtCo.'.
1 fiO 0Z- 0F QUININE, just recei-
X J J red and for sale at low figures, at
May 31. PORTER It Co.'b
WE HAVE FOR SALE on commis
sion, one of Emory ck Co. i two-horse power
Threshing Machine!. I. II. MORLEY di Co.
SOLE LEATHER. A prime article
for sale at B. E. HOYT 4c Co'. Some of that GOOD
IK A, Java and Rio Coffee, Seedless Raisins, Rice, kc
tustree'd at o. Nl. Main Street.
ONE HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
50 Quintals Codfish ; 10 Gross Lyon's Katharion;
HI bbls. and half bbla. Mackerel, just received at
nov 81 DCNLAP at STEWART'S.
ATE LEAVES." This beautiful
Historical and Relirious fame la selling at
ADAMS', as predicted. Ali, -Ida May," "Ida Kor
atan," The News Boy," and all t tie new works of the
day. la ui
T7M. S. WEST, Proprietor of New
v V ton Fall' NURSERY, ha just returned from
the Tjpper Lakes with a variety of Evergreen Trees,
which he offers for sale on reasonable terms.
Those who wish for Evergreen Trees, Fruit Trees,
Grape Vines or Shrubbery, are respectfully requested
to call for them before the ground becomes frosen, or
early in the Spring, as he tntends to visit the Upper
Lake again as early as the middle of April.
Newton Falls, Nov. 22, lB54-tf.
TTTOOLEN GOODS ARE DOWN
V The evidence can be had in the prices of Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinetts, Tweeds, Red,
Orange. White and Printed Flannels. A superior qual
ity of 10 qs. heavy twilled do. Blankets, and a variety
of other n oolen goods, at tne
jan 3 WARREN DRY GOODS STORE.
FOR SALE. A very desirable
House and Lot on Prosnect Street, in the
northern part of the village of Warren. House new.
Apply soon to H. B. REE VES at the Empire store.
Warren, nor. e, kw-u.
X Eighty acres of Wood Land, situated in Dane
lownship, uitnton to atcnigan. inquire attne
Jan 1755. Gaskill Moose Saloon.
r?0R SALE OR RUNT.
l The Furniture and Fixtures of the GaskiU House
Saloon. For particulars inquire on the premises.
Jan 17 '55. M. McMANUS.
NOTICE. All persons indebted to
me, by note or book account, will confer a favor
by calling at the Gaskill House, and "squaring up,"
as after the 15th of February, all notes and account!
will be left fur collection. M. Mi mas l a
DR. DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
before the General Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland, at Edinbarg.upoo his return from his visit
to the United States. Also, BEDIM and Dr. VV9
contrasted, by Kerwan, for sale nt
Jan. 17 BALDWIN'S,
DISSOLUTION. The partnershi
heretofore existing betweem the subscribers un
der the name and style of S. dc C. Moser is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are in the hands of Samuel Moser foi
settlement. e am it. a, jium.ii.
Warren, July 84, 1854. CORNELIUS MOiER.
CO-PABTNERSniP. The undersigned, of the lati
firm of S At C MOSK R, has this day associated with him
Michael Moser. for the purpose of continuing the Mer
eantile business at the old stand, under the name anil
style of C. at M. Moser. They respectfully invite a
continuance of the patronage so liberally extended to
the late nrm. uu nor. 1.1 is aius&k.
Warren, July 2S, 1854.
T'HE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E
I B. HOYT at Co, No. I. Main street, offers great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Goods, (Prints of the a-eastae Iriad,) Sheetings.
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Muslin Collars. apr so
pREELEY'S WHIG ALMANACS
lor al adass.
Also German Almanacs by the Gross. Feb 7j
SKETCHES OF THE 1RISU BAR,
O by Richard Sailor Shell, H. P. All of our legal
gentlemen should read this work. 2 VOL cloth, price
t25,at Feb. 7 ADAMS.
Bryants Poems, Complete.
Longfellow roems Complete.
Mrs liemans H
All beautifully bound and ellipantly tllastrated. New
Editions of these works, by the Harpers, just receir
ed at Feb. 14th ADAMS.
Y COURTSHIP AND ITS CON-
SEQUENCB, 3d lupply at BALDWINS
Feb. 14th '55
ALL the New Works of the times
can aa usual be found at
(Feb 71 ADAMS' Booirtoac.
fc GUITAR. Whole
sale and Retail dealer
in Piano-Forte. Melodeons. Guitars. Violins. Accor-
deons. Sheet Music, Instruction Books for different
instruments, English and Italian Guitar and Violin
Strings, and all descriptions of Musical Merchandise.
Piano-Fortes, Melodeons and Accordeons tuned and
repaired, and all work warranted. Second-hand Pianos
and Melodeons taken in exchangee for new ones. AH
Instruments sold will be delirered free of charge, kept
in order for one year, and warranted for any length
of time. Granite Block, Liberty &U, Warren, Ohio.
March 16, 1664.
THE YOUNG FOLKS' GLEE
JL BOOK ! contains many of the finest songs ever
published. Among them are the following :
Annie Laurie; Prima Donna Song; A Cot Beside the
Bill; Burial of Mrs. Judson; Blanche Alaen; By the
Sad Sea Waves; Child's Wish; Do They Miss Me;
Grave of Washingson; Grave of Bonaparte; Hearts and
Home; Happy Bayadere; llad I met thee in thy
beauty; Ida May; I would I were a boy again; I've
been roaming; Jamie' on the Stormy Sea; Katy Dar
ling; Katy did and Eaty didn't; Lula ia our darling
pride; Lilly Dale Lilly Dear; Last Serenade; Mary of
Argyle; My Father's coming home. Mother; Mountain
eer's Farewell; No More; Oh would I were a boy again;
Ossian's Serenade; Oh! Charming Mary; Oh! home oi
my Childhood; Pauper's Funeral; Songs of other days;
She sweetly sleeps; We miss thee; Where are the
friends of my youth; Thy name was once a magic spell;
There's a sigh in the heart; We met by chance; Songs
of love; Yes, I have loved before; Yes, 'tis true thy
Katy now is Sleeping; She's only goae before; Why do
I weep for thee; Yes, I haTe loved.
The above songs are ftnely harmonised, and almost
any one of them is worth the price of the Buok. It
contains orer 100 of the best song extant, which
would cost in sheet music at least The Book is
neatly bound, and is sold at the low price of $1,00. A
new supply just received at Pomeroy's Music Store.
Copies promptly sent by mail on the receipt oi' 1 1.11.
OIAN0 FORTES. The following
JL comprises in part the stock of Piano Forte, now
in my Ware-Room : Prices.
Three 6 i Oct. Rosewood, ease plain tables, each 8'S
" 6'; " " - " - soil
Two " " fancy " - 3-.'S
One " " - " extra finish 335
- 6"i - " " plain Si5n
6 - round corner 475
- - extra Urge scale S75
Two 7 " " plain tallies, round cor. 3511
1 " " carved Rose tallies, each S
Nothing can surpass the richness of tone, beauty
and finish of the (we last-named.
One second-hand good tone.. ................... $150
The above have all been recently selected by mysell
at the Manufactories, and are in every respect superior
A liberal discount will be made from these pricss foi
All Pianos delivered and guaranteed to rait.
Warren. Nov. a, 1S54. 8. T. POMEROY.
THE GUITAR. We publish the foi-
-L lowing from Wm. Hall fc Sun's adrertisement in
the MaUl Wwidmnd Times: "With the frreat and
increased attention now giren to the study of masie, the
present demand for this beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few yan
ago it was quite a novelty to hear a Lady or Gentleman
play the Guitar, but the popularity of the instrument
has so preatly increased, that there is now scarcely a
(ami ly of any musical pretention, but at least one of its
membturs numlr amont? their accomplishments that ol
playing the Guitar." William liall it. Sous are making
a very superior article in that line, and their instru
ment are warranted to stand any climate. We have
tnotfc oi tneix make, and also, ttie Ueraian and &aiiL.k
Guitar, from $3 to $30 each Also strifes of the very
bet quality. fl. T. POUKKOi.
Warren, July 19.
SOMETHING NEW ! CARHART'S
MELODEON INSTRUCTOR ! This is an invalu
able work to those learning to play the Melodeon. It if
a larfe, neatly bound work, presenting a series of neat
ly Sub studies being a complete and progressive metbod
of instruction for the Melodeon or any reed instrument.
To this is a ided a very valoaMe assortment of Songs,
Duetts, and Trios. WMtr.es, Marches, Quick Stes, Pol
kas, tfcc; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. ilin Walts, Kent March, Gertrude
Dreai Walts, Gipsy Polka, Iron Boots Quick Step, I 11
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka, Spirit Walts, Chorus
from William Tell, Vliou I last Learned to Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Soug and Quartette, Jamie', on the
Stormy Sea, Aunie Lawrle. f'anitly Bible, Jtc all
There are nearly 100 good pieces of Music In the
Book. Price f 1,KI. U will be sent by mail to any one
sending $ I ,bu and 4 pottage stamps.
Warren, April 12. Ib04. S. T. P0MEKOV.
MELODEONS. A new lot just re
ceive) Carhart's betrwll sites. Fotir new
Pianos jo received, and aa many more will be opened
in a few days. I have now an elegsnt assortment ol
old and new Pianos, Melodeons, 4te., fee.
Call and hear, at 8. T. POMEROY'S.
A CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN.
A -- Hfiv svucu 8 ""J vi cawj WW's
adapted for a small Chnrca at U Parlor, is now for
i - - taa. ia.. tnu UUnwB'sl
DASHALL & Co.'b
NATIONAL OIFT INTER-
PHloU. CoascnaTioa CcaTaia I Seriair Tuotsaan
TirKKT aLaaaOT so La I
Oaljr HO.UUO to be disposed of! distribution ef gifts to
come off without fail, March 10, 1(455, or sooner, if the
tickets are all sold. CASUAL CO. beg to assure
their friends that under no circumstances will the dis
tribution postponed beyond the above aaentioned date,
and they hope, by energy and the co-operation of their
patrons, to bring the enterprise to a conclusion at an
earlier period, in which case due notice will be give.
OFF1CX, 4t6 BROADWAY, MEW Y0KK.
150,0110 Pretent to be given te the purchaier of the
large and elegant engraving of the "Inauguration of
Ueorge n asniugton, freaident oi we u niteu states,
from tha oeleUnoed nainttne of David Paul Laurens.
Price of engraving (1) One Dollar, which includes a
gift-ticket, entitling the nokler to a cnance uune 101
lowine liat of maa-nincent eifta.
The value of the presents, as appraised by a Conunit-
ee chosen for the purpose, is ai40,uuu, as leuowa ;
A atilenilid farm on Lb. Hudson RivCX COU
pleteiy stocked, houses, ate $-20,000
Ki.ine front llvellinv and Lot en Fifth Avenue.
N. Y 13.000
A mjtvninej.nt void Taa Service, orooertv of the
late ti. Van Denton.. 4,000
HiIvm Wine Service.. .... .. 1 .000
The Race Uorse "White Karen" 8,000
flnvti HaLrneaa. and llnraes. a maenificent !S
taliianment - S.500
30 Shares Central Bail-road Stock 3.000
SOU Vine Watches, 100 each S0,uuu
10,000 Gold Seals and Chain 10,000
10,000 Oold Pea and Sliver Holders 5,000
100 Boxes best Cigars..... 500
100 Uold Guard Chains..... 1.5O0
A Splendid Buggy 10
A Uoree. Harness, and Buggy, splendid affair.. 500
An eleeant dor. St. Bernard 100
ftnlenilid Vaat-aailina- Yatch. "Soirit of the
Wave" ". 4.000
The faat and trim nleasure Yatch. "li renin tr
A loan for 85 ears S.0U0
. " 5,000
fAll without intareat.1
1 Rosewood Pisno 800
3 MohoganyPiauoa.... .......... 1.500
A Farm in Ohio -. 4,000
A Farm in Kentucky - 3.000
A Farm in Pennsylvania. 6,000
A Farm in Massachusetts 10,000
85,000 Vols. Poems 11.000
Statue of "Cii-ar Girl."bv Beeves 1,000
Also over 100.000 Paintings. 8tatnes, Medals, Charta,
Albums, Valuable Books, and Portfolios of Engravings,
making in all 150,000 girts, which will be dls-ibutea oy
a committee appointed by the Shareholders, and-for-
warded free of charge by the Public's obedient ser
vants, ilAllAL.1. at uu.,
46 Broadway, New York,
Order for Enirravinr and Tickets in thii great en
terprise are dairy arriving from all parte of the United
States and Canada, which warrant us in promising a
very early day for the distribution. Applicationa
should be made immediately, aa only a certain number
ef Tickets can be sold. Letters, with the money en
closed, to be pre paid, and the Engraving and Ticket
will oe lorwarued tree. . aiASUAi.! at tv.
Feb'y 14 'S5-' 14 4ett Broadway, New York.
HHE HOISERY Department. Partic-
-JL uiar mention is paiu w tuia par. ui uux uuhuch.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
anvthina: thev want in this line of Trade, Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors, Cashmere, Slate Brown, Black and
White Cotton Ilose, Fancy Striped and Mixed liall
Hose, and a large Quantity for cniiuren.
pr-6 . E. H0TT fc CO.
T7ANNY FERN, ONCE MORE
L The Life and beauties of Eanny Bern, a new
book just published.
We give below a partial view of the contents :
Genius In Panteletts.
Fanny at school.
The Husband's death.
The Second Marriage.
Fanny at Church.
Fanny in Broadway.
A Key to "Ruth Hall.,
A word about N. P. Willis.
All about Satan.
Private history of Di damns Daisy, Ssq.
The Wedding Dress.
Mrs. FarringtoD on Matrimony.
A whisper to romantic Young Ladies. - -The
F-mny on widowers.
The mistake of a lifetime.
A wife's devotion.
Interesting to bashful men.
A Chapter on Clergymen, fcc. tc. sic.
A quantity just received at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE.
Price one dollar. Feb. 2t, 'i3
STANHOPE BURLEIGH The Jes
uits in our homes. A novel. By Hklek Dnu. In
one elerant 12 volume of 410 pages. Artistically Illus
trated with fine tinted Engravings; beautifully bound
In Embossed Muslin.
This thrillm-ly interesting romance has created a
profound sensation throughout this free land. It has
thrown the political parties of the United States Into an
unwonted agitation; it has already been the theme of
discussion in many legislative bodies. The remarktbie
exKsition of the snanuer In which public opinion is
mane in tUim awsMuutrji.LQ acure the elevatation of in
triguing demagogues, at the expense of those institu
tions bequeathed by our forefathers, will astonish
thousands. It will illuminate the American mind with
a faithful History of the Rise, Progress. Intrigues, and
Crimes of the deadly system of Jesuitism and Priest
craft, which is potsioing our homes, and corrupting our
politics snd Institutions. Its startling revelations of
American society should be read by every friend of the
great movement now in progress, which is to releasa
our Republic from the bondare of Romas Catholk issu
feb. 26 For sale at BALDWIN'S.
ISAAC A. ISAACS7
Corner of Superior and Union Streets Cleveland, Ohio
This is the Largest and Most Magnificent
In the whole Western Country, and is filled with the
Largest and Best assortment of
Readv-Madc Clothing, and Famishing
of all descri ptions, of our own Manufacture, and which
Is warranted, to be Better Cut, Better Made, and better
sylapted to the wants of the Common it y, and ia sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
at lowV'kr raicxs than any other Clothing In the
Strangers visiting Cleveland, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Union Hall, corner of Snpe-tior and Union Streets
0LOOK OUT FOR THE OlAJiTSJl
'PHE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
1. TWELVE TEARS ! There has been a great deal
of puffin and iteaming roin on in the town paper,
a thing I never was in the haliit of doing. I only take
this simple method of informing my old customers, and
the pelilie in general, that I have commenced keeping a
small Grocery and Beer IlalL, on Main street. No. 41,
(the German Sign.) where yon can find such grocery
articles usually ket in such a store. I also keep keep
on hand a first rale article of ALK and BKEK, and in
vite all of those who are friends of the same. The Hall
is kept open every day. Sundays excepted.
W arren, Jan. 31st, lejj. B. BISHOP.
VTEW TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
XN TKCMBULL COCJiTY.OUIO. The undersigned
are lirei Arine to nnidish as soon as is compatible with
accuracy, a new and complete map of Trumliull Coun
ty, entirely from actual survevs. The surveys will all
c made ly experienced Engineers. All the public
roads and locations of dwellings, places of Worship,
Post Otbceschool Houses, CouutyStorea. Hotels, Mills,
Ac. are to h shown, and the names of owners of ptop-
. erty will also he inserted in their places in the style of
Hs of Eric, Ontario, Livingston, Genesee. and Uswe-
go counties &c. ate, in .its ion uy me same puo
lishera. laps of the principal vilages in the county will be
Inserted in the margin. The whole will be plotted to
Ibe scale or IS inches to the mile so as to make a
larsrc and ornamental man to be engraved and delirer-
c1, handsomely colored and mounted at five dollars per
Copy. UlI'LEl lG -HAI lll&ns aa in.
.Sol? Minoa St. rhiladelphagnd Story. Jan. 31 '55
NEV HARDWARE STORE.
A. L. 2UOKLEY,
Successor to James G. Brooks, dealer in UannwaRZ,
CiTLt-av, leoa. NalLs and Glsss, where at all times
can be found a large and varied assortment of Hons
Trimmings. Carpenter's Tools, dec.
Received this day and now opeuiuc,
6 dox. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 - Beaver's
1 " Hay Knives, "good."
8 " Pittsburgh Gun-barrels.
5 " Heniinglou'
30 Tons Pituiirgh Iron, assorted sixes.
&! Bundles best Norway Kail Kjds.
Warren, Nov. 1, UH. A. JL. MORLEY.
Having this day sold my entire Stock of Hardware
to A. L. MoauiT, a no . ill continue the business at the
old stand, 1 tike this UKtbod of informing my ol.l
fricn.ls and former utroos that I shall remain with
Mr. Mum, where 1 shall be happy to see tb-m as
UJM1. J. 0. UKOOKS.
Oct. 30, 1854. nov. 15.)
p HANDLER SHOP. The subscri-
J ber announces to the citisens of Warren, and the
IHiiilic in general, that he baa established a Chandler
Shop, where be intends to manufacture Candles, Soap,
and npert article of Sansages, which will alas be
on hand at Wholesale and Retail prices.
fnyThe Proprietor can at all times be found on
Vark.-t Street, .ne door west of Yautrot's Jewelry
Store, Warren, Ohio.
Try The highest price, in Cash, will be paid for
Tallow and Lard. L13 A. L. C. DAY. Ageut.
XTENS1VE Millinery Exhibition.
The suhscrlliers beg to inform the ladies of War
reu, that they have received a splendid assortment of
Bonnets, Kiiihons, Silks. Lawns, French Flowers, Dress
and Mantilla Trimmiugs, Ac, Ac, which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Those wlM will favoru with
a call, will, we trail, be amply repaid for their trouble.
npT-.tf K.E. HOVT&CO
SCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
tin Warehouse ef B. P. JAMESON Co.
Ajiril 1, '54. -
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Combs, Brushes, Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
lly-uets. Door Uatts, Alicant Watts, dec, at
Joneg. PATCH 4t ALLI80N'.
IURE CREAM TARTAR and Super
1 ftrtfcnM ifc&i. by a: k. SMITH to'.
TT A TrT A VQ C1TD
VJ The anderslsied guardians of Amy Bricht, Elis
abeth Bright, Margaret Bright, and James Franklin
isrignt, minor cniiuren or Josiah Brigot aeceaseo-rm
porsoance of an order of sale made by the Probate
Court, of Tmmhall County, will, on ths Slst day of
April, A. D. Ie55, at the premises hereinafter meoti- n
d, sell at Public auction, to the highest bidder, four
undivided seventn nart of the folio wine aescnoeu
premises subject to the life estate therein of Amy Bright ,
widow or said Josian ungnt, deceased, vis . a parcel or '
land situated in Newton in this county, being a part of
lot No. 5, in section No. 14, and bounded south w est ly
partly by the highway running from Warren to Price s
Hills, io tfilton, and south partly by the lot line, and
west on the original lot line, north by lands owned by
Leonard 11 i Her. 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 Oeo. Lon gen burgher by
Josiah Bright in his life time.
Also four undivided sevenths part of the following
premises subject to 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 of the parcel
hereinafter described to wit : situate in said Newton
and bounded 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 w illiam fchlmore,
now deceased, on the south 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 81540,12. Terms
of sale made known at the time of the offering afore
JONATHAN D. BKlGHT.i UAD1AIW
Mar.tl,M2. "fi7" THE KNOW NOTHING AL-
" MAN AC and Arrafin ManiuL
To rive an idea of the character of the work we sub
join a partial list of its contents.
A History of tne American rarty ana its principles
from the days of Washington np to the present time.
America for Americans IbU Acres of Land for every
American Man, Woman and Child.
Roman Mysteries exposed.
Principles of the Jesuits.
Opinion of Eminent men.
Washington a "Know Nothing."
Jefferson a Know Nothing."
Webster a Know Nothing.
Secret instructions of the Jesuits.
Influence of Homish Priest at Elections.
Count Raimond's Degradation (with woodcut.)
Massacre of Americans by the Irish Catholics, In
Death of Shiftier.'
The American Flag desecrated and destroyed by pa
Convents exposed Miss Bunkley and the Emmetts
barg Nunnery. Her escape, etc.
Tbe Jesuits and the W idows.
The.Koniish.Curse the Bishop's oath, and the Jesuit's
The Leopold Foundation (By Professor Morse.)
American books destroyed by Catholic Teachers.
Morality of Romanism.
Romanism inimical to Republicanism.
Influence and power of Foreigners.
With fine engravings Just received at
Mar. 14, '55. ADAM'S BOOKSTORE.
READY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1855.
Messrs. R. L. GIBBS & CO., are adopting this
system in their business at Windsor, Ashtabula Co., 0.
where they are selling more goods, and at lower prices
thai any establishment in their vicinity. That is so
come and try them! They wage war on high prices.
They have bought their goods low, and are seeing how
cheap they can sell them and live. Their motto Is
"quick sales and small profits a nimble sixpence is
better than a slow fhillinj."
Call and see them, and they will sell yoa goods lower
than you can buy them elsewhere and charge nothing
for their trouble. They are clever fellows and delight
in showing goods at all times give them a call
Feb'y 14 '55-1 y .
THE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
JL County, as. Court of Common Pleaa.
vs. Petition for Divorce.
David Rockfeller. )
The defendant, David Rockfeller, will take notice,
that the said Uagaret Kockfeller, on the twentieth day
of February A. D. lfiS, filed her petition in said court,
asking for a divorce, and alleging a a cause: 1st,
wilful absence for more than three year ; Sd. gross nee
lectofduty. And that said cause will be for hearing
at the June term of said Court, A. D. 1P55.
C. W. SilITU, Atty. for Plff. -
STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull Co., ss.
Court of Common Pleas
vs. Action for divorce Summons.
The defendant Benjamin Harmon, will take notice
that he is required to appear and answer to a petition
filed this 8th day of February IKii, in said Court of
Common Pleas, by the plain tiff Ruthanna Harmon.
The petition asks a decree of divorce on the follow
ing grounds ; 1st, habitual drunktuess for more than
three years, Snd, gross neclect of duty, 3d. adultry.
LE1H1ETT fc COX, Ally's for Fin's.
Feb. 14 ie55.
7ARREN MARBLE SHOP, situated
IT on Market Street, at the east end of J. L. Tan
Gorder's Brick Block, where may be found a choice as
sortment of Italian and Vermont Marble, Tomb Stones,
Monuments, Spires and every thing in the Marble line
of the test quality and finish. In the bestof style.
All persons that are in want of anything in
the above Cne, wm wmt t w tjWjr aaaatace to give
me a call and examine stock and prices befofe purchas
ing elsewhere. Call and see. L. F. GAOER.
. Mar. 14, '55. l y.
POOD NEWS TO THE OLD SOL
VJ DIER3 J Every soldier who served foarteen
days In any war sinee 1"'.H, or has been in battle, is en
titled to 100 acres of Und. If deceased, widows and
minor children are entitled to the bounty. Widows of
Revolutionary soldiers are also entitled; also Volun
teers at Plattsburgh and Lewistown, in 1812, 1814. and
J815. Chaplains, Teamsters and aU connected with
the service, are included in the law.
The experience and success of the undersigned, in
the prosecution of Bounty Land and other claims, in
duces him to otter bis services to the soldier, and oth
ers interested in the prosecution of this claim I think
I can give satisfaction, and warrant success to all the
oMiers who may apply to me. I will be found at my
office, over Smiths sc. McOomns store.
J. F. ASPR, Atty at Law.
Warren, Mar. 7, 55. 3m.
A TTACHMENT K0TICE.-
John C. Trie.
Suit in Attachment.
At my instance, an order in attachment was Issued
on tne ioui day of rebruary, A. v. leoo. ny jona era.
mer, a Justice of the Peace, in Hubbard township.
Trumbull county, Ohio, apuntt the goods, chattels.
rictus, credits, stocks and all interest in stocks, mon
ies, and effects of said defendant, John C. Ty lee, who
is a non-resident of said coanty, for the sum or nre
dollars and fifty cents, said suit stands for hearing en
the Ma day ef April next, at ten o cioca- a. m.
Hubbard, March 7, "55 W
TH E MODERN ARCHITECT, or
Every Carpenter his own Master, embracing
Plans. Elevations. Specifications, Framing, dec for
Private Houses. Classic Dwellings, and Churches, to
which ii added the new system of Blair building. II-
lustra ted with sixty-five engravings. By drard shaw,
For sale for the first time in a Book-store, at
feb an BALDVTT?r3.
X v All persons indebted by note or book account to
the late firm of S. de C. Hosaa, are hereby notified to
caH forthwith aad square up. BAnLali nuaas.
Feb. 14 '5S-tf.
LUMAN BARETT'S PATENT
BOOT C1UMP. The undersigned are sole agent
lor the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
the toughest p.ec of Leather in tw. atiaaier, which it
frequently takes an hour or more to do the same piece
or work. It stands without a rival, n e wouia reseci
lullv call the attention of our friends of the craft to
the subject. Do not forget tbe place. No. 20, Main Su,
narreu, u. iu j 4aa aiu.i.iu.u vu.
AT0T1CE. The copartnership of John
ll h. Weeks e Co., is this dty by mutual consent
dissolved. All persons indebted to the same firm are
requested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book account, pay to jonn ii. eeas. ana tnose oy now,
pay to A. Wenu. JOHN L. WEKKS.
Feb. 11th 'ii. A.HNIZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the bulines
aa heretofore at (he old stand. A good stock of cloths
and reaily made clothing, and also a good assortment
of hats, and caps, constantly on nanu.
Feb. 41, 'oi JOUS L. WEEKS.
JMODKIa SlXlal.VCJ UOUK.
oxs iaaTjt or a auLuon cones I
Y I. B. WOODBURY. Since the
implication of the 'Duleimer to the issuinjr of
Ue tlJtiAlVAt oils iuiw uiimuu cuiici ui -nr.
Woodtiury's books have been sold. Such is the ac
knowrlflfied excek-uce of the Dulcimer, both in kind
and quality. tlLU it nas rveen maue me niouei lor ever
popular Altwic Book published since It's apiearince.
for it's tual ly esteemed successor, the Cythara, enthu
siastic praises reach us from ail uuarters of the coun-
A 8KC0ND EDITION OF TWENTY TIIOCSaND
Is now ready, in which the few slight errors which es
eaped notice in ihe urst tweuiy thouuid are corrected.
Published by a. J- HeamiioTuN, New Xork.
jan 24 '55. KINO x COMPANY, Cleveland, 0.
QTATE OF OHIO Trumbull County,
Court of Common Plea.
Patrick Mangan at Co.
nriRnn. Peek. Orover dc Co. S.
C Mnaer.di K. K. llovt Co. I
The defendants Brittou, Peek, Orover fc Co.. will
isAe notice that they are required to appear and answer
ou or before the luih day of March next to a petitioo
tiled this loth day of Fetruary lHoi, iu said Court of
Common Pleaa, by the plaiutins Patrick Uangan at Co.
The petition asks juUpnent for 0-JSUU, against said
defendant Briuon, Pecx, Orover di Co., Dkjo con
tract for work and lbor in constructing sections 47,48
and 'J of the Cleveland, A Mahoning Kail Koad, and
also for an equitable adjustment of the claims of the de
fendants S. at U. Moser. and B. K. Uoyt at Co., against
the pluiitiOs and said Britton, Peek. Orover da Co.
An a.iachment of property is alto sought, and the
Clev-.-iud at Mahouiug liail Read Company served
with uuttc a Oaruiaheer.
LhUOhll t COX, Atty 'a for PlrTa.
e U S5.
II XRIT RAPPINGS UNVEILED.
1 . tk. lat.AM thawlAaw anrl
AH yvwm Ul uaviiiH waapvafajF tjaaw.w)j
. -1 k. u..ai 4 HMna anawinina
UK .JIJri VI kA uj ilrtwtii awjf-a aav iwiyiiiai -""
writi'm. physical demonstrations, ctcn with Ulustnr
JU V( fffkW " W
"PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
J- BOOTH OK TUB CANAL- The
subscriber has now on hand, and will at
all times keen a laree lot of CAR
KIAGEd, BUbHJIE9 and WAGON S on hand, of every
descriition, style and grmim of prices.
His experience In business,and the extent of his shop
enables him to furnish any description of work in his
line, on the shortest possible notice, whether it be the
putting up of a splendid BAB0UCH8, or the common
BUOUi. the materials for which are at all times kept on
11 is WORKMEN are unsurpassed by any In the coun
try, and his work shall equal if not surpass any eastern
Buggies and Carriages ready for use, will be ex
changed for Lumber, Country Produce, or voung Horses.
Second-hand Burgles taken in exchange for new one.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS aiwa on hand, and for
sale at the lowest d rices.
Those wishing any work in my line of business, are
Invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and they cannot fail to be pleased in regard to
both. My shop having become a permanent one, I am
determined to supply and suit all who like riding in an
elegant and easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires a
swtantiai farm or roan wagon or cart.
Paintinr and Trimming done on short notice.
JTjAll work manufactured at my shop is warranted.
vtarren, .narcn vi, icm y u. v. sAidiA.
p UARDIAN SALE OF REAL ES
TT TATR. bv order of Court.
On Saturday, the 31 at day of March, A. D. 1855, be
tween the hours of ten A. M. and two P. M in the
Townshio of Brookfield. Trumbull county, Ohio,
lh nremises. will he sold to the aiehest bidder, the
followine real estate, aa the property ef George Leet,
deed: Situated in Brookfteld township, county of
Trumbull, State of Ohio, and is known by being all of
lot number (23) twenty-three, as laid out and described
tn tne recorueu town plot ol said ttrooanem, ana sup
posed to contain One Hundred and twelve rods ( IS)
of land more or less, with the apvurtenaneea thereun
to belonging, subject to the dower of Jane Smith in said
land. Terms of sale made known on the premises on
the day of sale. ALLISON chew,
Goardian of Amelia and Lemira Leet.
By Jon TTctthiws, Atty. for Guardian.
March 7, '55. '10
X 1 The Stockhold-r of the Mahoning Plank Bead I
tOHipmoy, are reijueKeo to ncn wie wwii uvuvo, iu
the town of Cantielu, Mahoning county, Ohio, on the
-th day of March, A. D. Icoo, at elven o'clock A. n..
for the purpose of electing the requisite number of Di
rectors of said road for the ensuing year, and for trans
actinr such other bvr iness aa mar come before them.
No toll will be charged to said Stockholders on said
day By onier of tne board of Directors.
WILLIAM W. WH1TTLK3EY, Secretary.
Feb. 19, 55 -9
BOUNTY LANDS. Congress having
passed a law giving 160 acre of land to each sol
dier who ha served ia the armies of the United State
since A. D. 179U, for a period of fourteen day! at least.
and to the minor children of moss deceased, ana u
widowa in certain eases, 1 propose to act a an agent
in procuring warrants for those who will employ me.
I will do the business on as favorable terms as any one.
I may be found at the Cronicle office from 9 to Is A, M
and from 1 to S P. M. THOMAS D. WEBB.
Warren, Mar. 7, 'S5 'IS.
K .WISF.T.Ta 'MannfAAtn-.
rer of Carriages, Buggies and
Wagons, West side of the Mahoning rir- .
er. Warren, Ohio, keeps on hand a large assortment in
his line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles,
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Hoek-
aways. of various patterns, witnone, two or three seats;
a good supply of sUding-seat Carriages, several of which
are en a new and improved plan, having extension tops,
being different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Buggies, and two-horse
Wagons, all of which will be sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Reserve. By keeping none but
the best of workmen, and professing topertectiy under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
best material that can be procured, he seels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style.
quality or prce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
N. B. PATXTrNG and TRIMMING done In good
style, at fair price, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will ne given to an responsioie per
sons who may desire it. Ail work, done at his outnufac
torv is warranted.
He member the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly wert of the new bridge, w arren, umo.
April 32. 153. ELI K. W13ELL.
nHE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings &
Moron are .pernor, their large Stock of Spri
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Oeods, Straw Goods, Par
asols, carpeting, raper slanging, urocaery, vroca-
ries. Ac ate.
Thev would call attention particularly to their exten
sire variety of Ladies' Dress Good, Bonnet and Bonnet
Ribbons, Kmbroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, Ac., in all
the latest and most faahionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
Ince. Pillow Case" Linens. Shirtine Linens, sic.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
Ihe best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest price In the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be mudmold aa o aa
they remain In the trade. .
W arren, April 14. -
WARREN SASH, Blind and Door
Factory, Market Street, East of th Bank, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, having entered into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH, BLINDS and
DOOlia, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sizes ia use, and of th. best
auality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture of VE.NITIA3
BLINDS, in all iu branches, which we will sell very
. low and of aa imiroved quality, urpaaing any hereto
fore offered to the public
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEL
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment willbe warranted,
as we use nothing but the best auality of Lumber, aad
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
deavors to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
all improvements in our business, ami conversant with
,11 late styles ef work in the Eastern Citie.
We would invite all wishit-g t. purchase toe above ar
ticles, to call at our .Bice, where wa will be found at all
hours of the day, for we shall give our eonsuaAjier
lonal so peri nte n dance to the detail of our business.
, K. SPEAR at SOS,
Jan 19, 1833. Successors to Edward Spear.
I3L0WS, PLOWS. We are now ma-
I ging nd keep constantly on band th following
popular flow :
Long's No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do 'o. 4, do do
Star, do do do
' Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double, do ,
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
lepaired oa short notice.
j,n. 19. T.B. MORLEY & Co.
A. SMITH & C077 LattTHoy t,
Bra. Co..) NO. 5, MAIN 8TRKET, WARREN,
. Dealers in Drugs, Medicine and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, ate. Also, a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Vanishes,
Brushes, ate. Sole agents in the place for the sal of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectora land
ather popular remedies direct from the proprietor.
Family Medicine and Physician' prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up.
STOVES, TIN WARE, Ac THE
KING OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson fit
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', Rights stove.
T P. JA1.ES0N & CO., continue to
.A J manufacture Cheese Vara, or a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper beaters.
Eave-troughs put np on snort notice, and warranted
of good material; also, all kind of Job Work done ia
Warren. March . 1854.
BUTTER AND SODA CRACKERS.
We have made arrangements with the DuQueson
Cracker Factory, by which we are constantly receiving
their celebrated Crackers.and which we offer to Dealers
or at retail, at the lowest rale. . Warranted the beat
and Cheapest in the market.
DUN LAP dt STEWART, 4 de 5 Market SC
jan 17 33
THE DANCING PART OF
COMMUNITY. We would respectfully call their
attention to a spiended lot of Gwr' GalTzaa, warrant
ed to fit any kind of a foot; which amat be sold, or
given awav, call soon and examine,
jan 17 '33. J Ad MrC0NNELCOu
17 ARM E R S. LOOK TO YOUR
T LANDS. TIMOTHY J EED. '
now in receipt of a large lot of Timothy Seed grown in
Iowa, and entirely free from all other Seed.
Fowler. Feb. xl. '53 5w D. ANDhKWS or CO.
T ARE CHANCE FOR A BAR-1
Al) GAIN. Tbe three story Brick Building,
known as the"!' ity HalL1 is offered for mle,oo.
eay terms, aa 1 wish to leave this neck of tne woo.la a!
aoon as possiuie. jau ti oo, jn. jtcMAM.a.
rpyPES OF MANKIND, or Ethnolog-
leal researches based npon the ancient monu
ments. Paintings, Sculptors and Cninia of races, and
u;mo the r Natural, Geographical, Philological, Biblical
history by J. C. Notl and Geo. R. Gilddon. Price
Sj.iJu. A rew copies just rec dat ADAMS.
jaa 17 '53.
"1 0HN DOWLING S History of Ro-
J snaui.m, it'i doctrines and eeremenies. It's politi
cal aitU religHMis Baacnimirjr. it's popes arxl couneeU,
lt,a Intoierate ttrii and murderous practices, from it's
trem to tne present daj at. tt ALU WIN s
CAMPlIiXE OR -PISE OIL, and
Burning Fluid, far sale by
janS4 '33, E. A. SMITH fit Co.
'PHE LANDS OF THE SARACEN,
-L or picture of Palestine. Asia Minor. Sicilr. aad
Bpain, Bayard TavltW las work. Tea ardea jnst
jan 17 '53.
A 11 A. 18.
HO-DE-NO-SAW-NEE, or the
Leagues of tbe Iroquia, by Lewis H. Morgaa,
corrispondmg member of th New York Historical
Society, of the American Ethnological society dec. Aa
elegant book of 3U0 pages and beautiful mapsr for sal
at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. Aa well aa a few more of
those cheap family bible. jan 84 'S3,
VaiWAJN' MANUAL- i1 ouriu r-Uiaoti
just published, new and revised, and adapted to the
present practice. A complete guide for Executor, aad
Administrators, list soeifed by express large wafpaa
ttfht hanftl 51W tOKK BWMIObi.
V TTACIIMENT NOTICE.
William liall, ) -
VS. BOlt in SMcnawi
Squire Hall Jr.)
The defendant, who is a non-resident of Trumbwu
aounty, will take notice that at my instance, aa otoew
Attachment was issued against the god, chattels,
credits, monies, and effects of said defendant, by Mil
ton Graham, a Justice of the peace, ol Vernon, in said
county, on tne 13th day of Jaarcn. traa ; lor ine n.n
said case stands for trial on the 4th day of May,
IdM, at 11th o'clock A. M. of said day.
Mar. 20. 19.
"OR SALE, Oil Meal and Oats, By
the quantity or la small lots, by the snbseiber M .
mile south of tiarard, Ohio. JOllS MOB Kit Jr.
Mar. S3, '55-tf.
SOAP AND CANDLES FOR SALE,
One hundred Barrels of Soap, a splendid article.
Also Fifty boxes of Candles. By A L. C. DAT, Mar- 1
ket St., on, door west Umpire Block, Warren. O.
If. B. Candles and doap delivered to any part of
Town, by applv'.ng a above directed. Als. per - i
sons wishing to exchange ashes and grease for soap. '
can be accommodated. Pleaa. save your ashes. . . ,
Mar. xe-tf. A. it. C. DAr.
NOTICE, is hereby given that I shall '
expo to sa le on the premise at public rendu. -
th l!Ka day of April loo, between tbe hour of 10
M. and 4 P. M. en deterred payment oi tw. year.-
the following described farms, and real estate aituate in (
the township of Vernon, Trumbull eoanty, Ohisv under
order of sale issued lo me as guardien of Timothy JL
Thompson. by the Probate Court of said Ceaaty. . '
One peice of land lying about nan a mile North of .
the center of said townaaip and bounded as fellows: - ' 1
Beginning at a point on the Norm and soutn center
Highway, in said Vernon, at th South-East corner of '
landaaf Lneins llolcomb, and running tnenee South
along said Highway seventy rods to tbe North-Caat eor---'
Ber of lantlS OI A noma av. luuuvna wieucv no,
along the North line of said lands of Thomas A. Thom
son, three hundred and thirty-are rods to a stake and- ;
stones, at the south-west corner of said Timothy K. -Thompsons
lands; thenee north on th east line of landa
known as lands of late owned by Granger, and on th.
west line of lands of laid Timothy K. Thompson, sew 0
enty rods to the south line of lands formerly owned by
Perry Sheldon, and now belonging t. said Loeius HoK -,
comb; thence running east along the sooth line of said
lands of llolcomb 3SA red to the pmoe of beginning, i
containing within aaid boundaries, one hundred and
forty-three acres and forty-live reds, known a th ,
homestead farm of said Timothy K. Thompson. Said
tract oft Land will be sold entire or ia pareela a! may a
beat suit purchaser. tuomas a- muirajs.
uuaraian w iianuu a. iiw.yi.n
By SCTrtirr t Tcttl. Atty'. Mar, te 4.w
I EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS, f
U The examinination of teacher for Trumbull Co. '
will be held tbia Spring as follows : ..'
At Bloomfield, April 6th. - . .
At Newtonians, April 11th.
At Warren, on every Saturday during th month of
April, except Saturday tha ldth. -
The following principle adosted by tn State Con
vention of School examiner! held in Cincinnati in De- :
eember but, will b strictly adhered to by this Board of .
Examiners. j -l
1st, That Private Examination are plainly contrary
to tbe spirit and letter of the law. - A
Sd. That testimonial of good moral character, satis
faetory to the Board of Examiners, or a majority. them.
should In all cases be required, aa indispensable to the ;
atttinment or a certificate
3d. That profane swearing, intemperance er dishon
esty in a candidate, should everywhere be regarded as)
an evidence that such character is wanting, all oertift
cates to the contrary notwithstanding.
eth. That time should be given for a full and patient
examination of every candidate, in the varioua branch-
ea designated by law ; and that to omit any one of
them, because It may not have been taught, or ia aot -desired
to be taught, in particular district, is a direct
violation of the law applicable to th easaw
5th. That each board of examiners should adopt and
carry out such rerular system, by which all parties con- '
eerned may understand, by the certificate granted, th. ,
true relative merits of those who hold them.
th. That certificates shaald not be renewed, whether
by the lmard that originally granted them, or any other
excepting a the result of a new examination. '
7th. That the attainment and actual possession of a
certificate, should constitute no claim on any board to
grant another, when the result of such c lamination ?
doe not indicate progress la knowledge, and in all
that belong to the teacher' profession ; bat, oa tnar- J
contrary, that want of such indication should be re
garded aa sufficient ground for denying a renewal of 4
such certificat. where no other aerioua duqualincau.n
may be manifested.
bth. Mo certificate will be granted, ta cover any Una ,
previous to the examination at which the certificate
cranted. By order of the Board. H.C. RANNiY. -i -"
Boc'y of Board .(fx
Warren, Mar 38-4w. '
SHERIFF'S SALE. '
By virtu of a Pi. Fa' leaned out of th. C jurt wf '
Common Pleaa, of Tmmbbll eounty.Ohie, against Joha
Ernst, in favor of Edward K. Boyt, to me dieted and I
delivered, I have levied en and ahall po to punuc ,
sale, at the door of the Court B-w. n Warren, in said
between the bourt of 111 o clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock P.
yi of said day, 3 tract or mu of land , the nnt ef t
srwrcb i described aa follows, to wit : .
Sitaat ia Warren, or township No. 4, tn the 4ta 71
Range of Townshipa. in the Connecticut Western Re-, ,
erve, in the State of Ohio, and which 1 also ht th "
County of Trumbull, and is known by being middle part ,
of lot No. 33, and is bounded aa follow, to wit on the
north by the north line of aaid lot No. 3x, on th east
by 4 and eighteen handreth acre of land, deeded by
Joha Fusselman, to Gen. Faaaelman, ia trust lor Lydia .;
Brooks, by deed bearing date March Aid, 1643, and on thw
outh by th original let line, and en theweat by bvada
belonging to John Liba, suppose to contain fifty-four
and eighteen bundreth acres of band be the ane morw 1
at less; appraised at twenty-eight dollar per acre. Th.
second of which being the following described Real Bs
late t. wit; situate in Warren TownshipOio 4, ia the 4tai
Range of Township in the Connecticut Western Re
serve, ia tha State of Ohio, and which is als. ia th. '
county of Trumbnll. and is known by being lot No. 5,
in Block No. 1, of tbe south survey ef Warren, be th -same
more or less, appraisedat $375.
Said fifty-four and eighteen handreth acre ef land '
Is subject to a mortgage in favor of Philip Baker, of
toOO. dated January Sola 1844, due April 1st lfoi.
H. R- HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office. Mar. II, 1833 '13-3,87
A TTACHMENT NOTICE. . ,.j
XX Joshua Bascom.) ...
v. Suit in Attachment.
Elisha Weaver. J
At my instance, an order of Attachment wa Isened
on the oth day of March, 1833, by John A. Coleman, a .
Justice of the Peace, in Green Township. Trumbull
Coanty, Ohio, against the goods, ehastela, righta, ered-
its, stocks and interest in stocks, moneys, and electa
of aaid defendant, Ellsha Weaver, who is a non-resident
of said county, for tbe sum of (823.30) twenty .
three dollars and thirty cents P-iid Sait stands ad
journed for bearing, to tn. S3d day of April next, at :,
ten o'cloch A. M. JOSHUA BASCOM. ,
Green Mar. 14. 11. ' : .' '
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ' -Notice
is hereby given that the subscriber baa
keen appointed and qualified as executv, on the estate
of Joseph Cox,kttof Bristol. Trumbull County, "hi,
deceased. MATHEW LAlttD. ,
Mesopotamia, Mar. 14, HI. ' ' "
ONE OCT. SECOND HAND MELO
DK0N Good toned and in good anler. caa b :
nought for 2S. at POMEROY'S Music Stoic
RESH GARDEN SEEDS, jut le-
ceived a mrge lot of choice, fresh Gardea Seeds,
from Rochester, N. T., put up by L. P. Fogg A C
Al. variety of Flower Seeds, among which arw
many new and beautiful kinds
at R. A. SMITH at Co's Wo. 3. Main St. .
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER'S
STAND FOR SALE, In the village of Kinamaa.fk. ...
with an excellent trade and no opposition. Terms ea
sy. If not sold by private sale.it wilt be.ffered at
Auction, together with Household Furniture, Saddlery,
afc, on Tuesday. April 3d VfM, between tweivw and
four P.M. Arply post paid to ... ..
JAMES THOMPSON, Kinsman, TnnnburrCo.,
Mar. 14. 'Si '10 1 . .- ,
OH BUSHELS OF POLAND SEED
O " 0AT3. a superior article, for sale by the sohv-rt-hrr
Newtoa Fall. Mar. 19th V-ll? .
LARK'S COMMENTARIES, om-
J plete in six volume, fuU btuod. price !e;0
Mar. 14, '53.
OR RENT, SEVERAL DWELLING
Warren, Mar. 14."5S-tf.
1 Anv nersons wisbinr to take CWWren to raise
caa be accommodated by calling at the Trumbnll Coaa-
Infirmary. Jaw. u, JJ w-
L AND WARRANTS The undersign
ed win attend tn Ike prosecution of BOCNTT
LA. D CLAIMS. umler the -Old Sobliera, Bill," passed
March l, IriS. Onico three doors below the 9kiU
llooie. Warren, Ohio. U. C. RANNKY.
0 REELEY'S WHIG ALMANAC, a -i
VT NewSnprlyat (Mar. 14.-M.) ADAMS'.
FLEMING AND TIBBIN'S FRENCH
1 DICTION ART, Octavo. Price 1,00. A few cop- ,
pie, at (Mar. 14. '33.) ADAMS'.
TYPES OF MAKlu. ui JNurr
X a r.Lii
POEMS BY Wm. C. BRYANT, with
numerous elegant engravings on Copper, by
Leutxe. Price 4,00. A few copies at. ADAMS .
F'ih. 2(. 'S.V
POEMS BY LONGFELLOW COM
PLETE. Poems by TENNYSCN. Complete. Just received at
Feb. 20. 'a. D-Ma-
XTEW GOODS, NEW GOODS com.
prising spring DeLaines, of the latest style alo
, . ..u,nm.nt of fine French wrauelit eollar aad
nderleevwsjust received and for aalei at he
WAnital aras uwwobwi-.
Mar. 7. '53.
ON SPIRITUALISM just reeeivea
Feb. SI, SJ-
ANEW SUPPLY of Swan's Manual,
lust received (last aditioa) at ,,
rpHE CRAFTSMAN Also the Frce-
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