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material, - aPt. (.rejuuvi t.i eseeiite ia lheTer- '-est
BiantK-r all kiilJ wf piaiu ait.l faiiey liiox anil Jul.
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Colore .1 Printlnir.
Han 1 .rK-.-ts, Si Uiif Mits. etc.
in rart every thill .l.'uein llie w ,.f I'riulius. at
inch prices n. cannot fail to sui!, ., ou the sh.irtest
ntice. We keep eoranily on h..n l a carefully solec
te-1 assortment of Cards anj nneStatiouery.froiautiich
nose in wan. oi i riniiu; can select.
JusticcAnd Const a Mt IJianKs
WAKRANTi;. MOKTtlAK QCTT CLAIM rrDS
Cau&tnttlv on hnul ar.J for sale
The last Chronlde, by Mr. Howard,
not having been issued until Saturday,
we did not com.? into possession of the
office until Monday, and" consequent;
had a full week's work before us. We
think, "under these circumstances, our
subscribers will not blame us for bfing
behind two days on our first issue..
New advertisements have so accumu -
lated during the past two weeks, that
we are compell. d to give some space to
them, which s-hall in future be devoted
to reading matter.
Proceedings of Council.
Wednesday, Apr. 1 1th, 1855. Coun
cil met pursuant to adjournment. Pr s
ent, S. W. WVir, Mayor ; II. 13. Reeves,
Recorder; C. M. Patch, Zalmon Fitch.
Wm. Williams, and Edward Spear, Jr.,
Trustees. Minutes of preceding meetin '
John R. WUiiams was appointed Mar
shal for the ensuing year, ia place of J.
C. Johnson, declined.
Isaac Powers was appointed Street
Commissioner for the current year.
B. F. Hoffman was, on motion, elec
ted Trustee, in place of Simuel Quinby,
who declined to serve.
Wm..D. Hall. Police Officer elect,
was sworn into office.
B. F. Hoffman, Trustee elect, appeared
and was affirmed into office.
C. M. Patch moved that J. Hutchins
and B. F. Hoffman be employed to con
duct the sukof Isaac VanGorder vs. the
Incorporated Village of Warren, now
pending ; carried unanimously.
On motion of C. M. Patch, Binj. F.
Hoffman and Zalmon Filch were ap
pointed a committee to secure a location
and make a contract for the building of
an engine house
On motion, the Mayor appointed a
committee, consisting of . Spear, Jr.,
and Wm. Williams, U select a location
for fire cisterns, with instructions to re
port at the next meeting.
The following account was presented
and allowed, and the Recorder directed
to draw an order for th same :
John Hutchins, for Attorney's fees in
full for the past year, as per account
rendered, 64J 00.
There being no further business Coun
cil adjourned to meet Saturday evening,
April 21st. 1855, at 7 o'clock.
Attest, H. B. REEVES,, Rec.
Saturday, April 21st, 1855. Council
"met pursuant to adjournment AH pres
ent except Wm. Williams, Trustee.
Minutes of the two preceding meetings
were read and approved.
On motion, Russell C. Darlinar &nl C.
L. Brown were appointed Police Officers
in place of Isaac Long and Lewis Long,
who failed to appear. R. C. Darling
appeared, and was sworn info office.
The committee on fire cisterns made
a verbal report, which, on motion, was
referred back to the committee, with in
structions to report in writing at the next
meeting. Also, to make out an estimate
of the expense of putting in both brick
and plank cisterns.
The committee to whom was assigned
the duty of procuring a site for an engine
house, made a partial report, and asked
for farther time, which was gi anted.
C. M. Patch presented an Ordinance
entitled ' an Ordinance making an sp
propriation ol money for. the improve
ment of the public grounds," and ajipro
priatiug a sum of money not exceeding
one hundred dollars for said purpose.
Carried ; ayes 5, nays 0 ; Z. Filch beioi;
On motion of E. Spear, Jr., E. W.
Weir and Zalmon Fitch were appointed
a committee to ascertain the grade of
the sidewalk on the west side of Pine st.,
. between Market and High-st., and re
quire the sidewalk to be built to the
On motion of II. B. Reeves, B. F.
tt o , . .
Hnnman antl: E.I Iof..l. h-.... ..r..,..i...l
a committee to draft au ordinance to pro
vide for keeping in repair all sidewalks
made, and to be made ; also, to pi event
swine from ruuning at large in the incor
porated Village of Warren.
C. M. Patch, from the committee on
public grounds, presented the following
bill, which was ordered to bo paid from
money appiopriated for that purpose :
Cash paid f.jr setting trees on public
gIVui.u, iii muu i nia'f, 4 0. Also.
tine from John L. Weeks, for casing tow
jlnl- ! i.fHrtta T I .
cioih., e.c, 01 ;?iv i, inon, on motion,
ordered paid from the clock fund.
and th. Recorder instructed to tlraw an
order for the same.
A bill was piesc-uted from E.
rnitu fc Uo., lor oil. 4c, lor tire engine,
of 6 00, which, on molion, was referred
to the foreman of the engine company. .
There being no further business, Coun-;
cil adjourned to meet Saturday, May
H. B. REEVES, REC.
Cleveland and Mahoning Railroad.
lnlow is an txiract fr-.!u r.ti :iiiic!c n
iln. ''..- I. V..i.k..iu
, v y ...
Our ci Mjns, who are uiaJ-buuntl in
their lloHt'S I VtrV WlU'tT, Or H i f;lt
I . "
! l-K'KfJ 1:1 IlOZon fii't'P, as 1: V Oil ll.lt IP;?
!, , , ..." , . , ' ..
leaves, will ;hink t!ic thrill whistle i
t' e lirst locomo ivi-, Ji ii-1, fa muie.
n.i: ejit'oily conii.!-.in of tliis ii.ijior: -
ls now :i nxi-d lact, hik! we may reason-
ably an ioinaie lliat '.lie shiichin- of ihe
Iron I. use" and the rumb'in ' of oars
wiil ie;iiun-.l tlirouii the v-ilh v of M i -
houin- l.c!orc llie '-mtc an,! yt-!i.r lcar
shall ;i,'iiiii lull bcfor the blasts nf an -
tuma. Active ojK.rati.ms will be .
ami;l immeJiiitety and ihis hrnnch of
the road llni-lic J this srasosi. We learn
from Hon. D. Tod, who has just returned
from I'hiiaJelphia, thai hu lias succeed -
ed in nc ' li.ttmij a. sale ot the ( ompanv s
bonds on advarif-eous terms, and has1
also purchased the iron in-cess;iry for
i he load from here to Cleveland. Tht.oid
rail is manufactured bv the l'ha-nixviilc i
I . . -.
VUUJUailV, ana I.1IIKS Iirsl III llie 111:11 Kei.
r,r SIrt.n';,I!1 .,,,,1 ,!r i' iliiv Tier ,rH
i IOr SIIX" la 'lnU "".T- 11,1 J uft '
! to deliver the iron at the rate of one
i . .
niuusaii-i ions per iiionin, fiomnieitciny
on the first of June. It will require a
little over six thousand tons of rail to lay
the track from Cleveland to Youuslown.
There is a considerable sum yet due
from stock and bond-holders. hom it jg:
hoped will pay up without delay, that no
embarrassment may occur from the de
linqueiicy of those who are so deejily in-
terested in the work
Me?sr:;. Gastos Juhnsox are. ofl'tr
ing for sale, through this County, a val
uable map of Our Country, embracing
the United States and Territories, from
the Atlanlic to (lie Pacific Ocean, the
Canadas; Xcw Brunswick, Xova Scotia,
Xc foundW. Mexico. Central Ameri
Cil, l!lc. Isthmus of Panama, Cuba and
,; West India Islands. The engraving,
jtvj-.ographv, and coloring is excellent,
rendering it ornamental as well as use
ful. We give below extracts respectingit :
' Superior to any Map of this country
extant." Richmond (Va.) Inquirer.
" The most comprehensive and useful
Map of our country ever published."
A Tribune. .
The most splendid Map of America
which has been published." A. Y. Uer.
A specimen can be sen at our office.
Martha Washington Society—New Organization.
At a regular meeting, on Friday, the
30th uit., the ladies of the Martha Wash
ington Scciety, feeling the necessity ol
doing something more effectual for the
cause in which they are engaged, re
solved to reorganize under the name of
"The Benevolent Circle of Warren,"
and elected the following officers :
President Mrs. II. R. Hakmos.
Vice Presidt nt Mrs. J. A. Teacv.
Treasurer Mrs. L. Hon.
Secretary Mrs. J. M. Stcll.
Visiting Committee Mrs. J. W. Peck,
Mrs. 0. Brooks, Mrs. C. Howard, Mrs.
B. F. Hoffman, Mrs. Wm. II. Weeks,
Mrs. Stofer. V
The Benevolent Circle will meet regu
larly on the last Friday of each month ai
II. C. Beldes's on the river bank.
F. W. STULL, Sec.
Among the first visits we have received
since our induction to our new office, was
that of the Assessor, inquiring the amount
of our taxables. Although Mr. Marvix
is admirably qualified for his post, and
was very polite in toe performance of
his duty, still, as a general thing, we
should prefer receiving turn-prof estional
visits from him, esjiecially when, as
nder the present law, we arc taxed not
only on what we have, but what we have
Examination of Teachers.
We are informed that at the examina
tion of Teachers held at Gaikill Hall, on
Saturday, the 21st inst., the persons to
whom the following numbers were as
signed, were rejected : 6, 7, 14, 15, 26,
27, 28, 32, 34, 43, 48, 57, 65, 71, 74,
77 01 07 nnrt 0!l .Tnna to n-1m fl,a
following numbers were nssiirned did not
complete their examination : 4, 10, 16,
78, 83, 96, and 99.
" This celebrated trotting horse is now
owned by Messrs. Peltox Ss Brown, of
Xorth Bloomfield, 0. They purchased
him early last fall, for S3,0U0. Proba
bly twice that amount would not tempt
his present owners to part wish him lie
is a very superior animal, and those de
sirous of obtaining fast ti otters, ought
not to overlook Kennebec. Mr. Peltos,
who has the immediate care of him, is
nni" of tliA t..-st liois.mi.n in tin. S:al.:' i
We find the above ill the Ohio Farmer.
Mr. Peltox resides at Gustavus not at
v , n, i ii i
JiOrtU L.uonj.(.ni, and IS as Celebrated
thrcugh this county for his fine taste in
horses, and praiseworthy efforts to im
prove the stock, as is his daughter for
her splendid horsewomanship.
We understand that Mr. Howe, of
Bloomfield, was aho concerned in the
purchasc-of Kennebec. We have seen
a trial of Keunebec's speed, and he de
serves all the praise given by the Farmer.
is on hand
with a capital assortment of Ready-made
Clothing, Cloths, Hat?, Caps, fcc. II
anymau, after giving Mr. W. a carte
blanche for a new suit throughout, is not
food l.-fikinir lw. win., 1-,. ;
c o ' 111 11 1 ic OlllC l.tllUIC 19
i at IilUi u.
For the Chronicle.
p:0vides ': frr I.ivi. c off sub- listriets and !
.. - i
j making a map of tiie township, on which j
; ,!, ,ailw sh;llJ !s, designated' Section l
J ) prides f.r tra,fc, of such!
j person as are si Mtuatf-d as to be heller !
A.juec. ., .dated tit the I , f an adj.,!,, ,j
! sch rh.r .iiit! t;.. lal eti in e-e!i township!
j M if ..o s..ei irnt had 1.,-tn made, ai.,1 !
tiie Board of ih.it township in which th. ;
5.ach..ol house is titua!c.l, simll have th-
jen-ro! a;!-l ,.f sue!, -1,
Jtir. EJitijrt: Ai a friei tl of eur
Comiimii SjIi kj! syst. in, I would like,
through tiie medium of t!i.; iK-w.-p-'prrs,
t j c i!i the a:n iri.ni of l!ie li j irds of lviu
ca;io:i of the s?evpr.il Tow iishifis of Truin
buil Cnitil', to ami i -w Kctions of ihc
la" C !!i!ii mi Sc!i-.j1 i.iw, which appear
tame to le n.i..:iu.U rM.xid. 1 jillu.le lo
P. ! Ii;...;,.i. ...I r
iat.titi.1 im.-ih.i.-s twin u Ui i-llis n
two or i:i :e Towns i ns. : ! ,m 11
mif tu-vi;s!i:i., l.m t'e- i numeration i f'
ilKBTCIIES OF THE IRISH BAR.
O Ity llichar.l Sailor Sheil, M. P. Alt or n:r l-.-il
-'ienien shoui.i read this work, a vol. cloth, pr-c-Was
'l !ws" nrmr vvn Jn
rT,rrt a,w. if. At aiuvts.
TV AClI,S ECLE(1 , 1R.Ap,
U aL'l,( rs (sie " 21.) is "i' 'he
r of the Township Cieik a:;J i.p n
tl, . ....r iiv...i ,.r .1 1 1 : .. .1
I ' I li.: l r.r.i f ,!ie a-'j t . n-l.ii
: c-i.ihu itc.l fjr si;!io.i mrpo-i-, shall
- .-.1 ... .i - ... .1..:.
ui4a(.T u. u jii -ji, i i-uiii(tit; iii int-ir
slmi-oof fX' nsis of ov-rv kirn! n(-csa-v
I -susiitill Sii 111 sjljnu! r.'l.l Cl - i f- llie llt'O
; ' '
o t!iC A l.!ilir of 111 ir IT. -IB T C ll'ili V its
part of l!nir a.iiiu.i! t-wim ill s !'.t sdiwl
, purj.:,M-.-. au.i i1ruv orJ. is :,n their rv.
jsje ive Towi:s!iii 'JVi-asur, rs f.: such
s:i.ii ;:s will !k i i ;.r. i;iui.:i.ii !:) t!i,' c mi
I '" r tr.iMstiTre-l, in
j ' v "' "f ''. I.ii-:J . tint lo-.i nshiii i:i
1 u I io'i mh-Ii si !.i..'i :i,i:m- i,- ! icninl. to i e
! a;.,r..i,ri.,u-d to ,,., ,..,v,.,oi.l f i.-.'ohf.s
; , ...
"' '.t Vur?s ctmH.x-tt-U
C3:;1"!:-",!""L';lt "r miiiutt naiiee of sail
i -ch.-l, as fur as a::i!i.Mb!;.:'
j 'f litis it w ill s.- n thai
: ,i, , ,1 , .... , ,
i.:i v H ay
lit II l..e
,0'!!s!"P 1 'Sllry t!:c payi.c.t ot
lit ...I tls. ,tl llili l.M N tK.ll
,, . ...... ... . ,
U"I.V 111 ,ha A OWII -!i:p 1IJ W liic.l the
, , , . i , ,
s : i"' ,10;;,1 ls SliUJtOit, all. I t!i ' at-
Mched fr mi :iilji)fni,Ti To v. ttships can
havr; :w I)irec-!or or arty represenltiiion
in the IJ wrd of . iiher T-w n-hip, fur ii is
ijuiie jil.ti'i ui; I ui-ji irent, !.'; tii a envf..l
e :min l iin of tiie Jaw, (s.-e s.-elion 1!),)
that "tin; Townsliip U i.tr.l of 1 hm i i.m
-shall oons st of tii( Towii-diip Clerk mid
of the hx-il Direct r fro n eat.li sub-ilisii iet
of ih." Township, (mil ailj i:iin town-h:p,)
who has been appointed clerk in his sub-di-triot."
What I wish to make- jdainer, n:id im
press up in i he Township H'lanls of E hi.
cation, is .he manner of transferring the
fiiaihs. fi'oin on'.'- Township !o the olhcr, in
districts to iipxseil of parts of two or neire
t-iiviisiiips, and to show thi-in m ililiieul
ties of managing disli icls so (tnn..-il, as it
is obvi-ius to me, from a careful examina
tion of the Uw, that the tit'iicnl Assembly
mean! !o discourage, s far as practicable,
t'le firma iun of such districts where it
could be well avoided.
Another difficulty nlt'-nditig such frac
timal ponions, is the Sjhad Libraries
miv forming, there being no provision in
thf! law to give pprsons assigned to anc.
ther township, any share of the Lo .l;s if
their own tow nship.
I should like ti hear ihe opinion of the
Slate Superiiiteiidant on this subject.
A Mexbek of a Tp. Boisd or EDrcaT:x.
DR. II. TUBUS'
IV Dr. U. TL'RHS, Analytic Physician, win 1 at hii
rooiia. Warren, 4.aA.U II .mj?, Kridnr. 3Iy !H.
Orwet.l, ilr. Eaton s. Saturdr,y May .'Ah.
Kivr.Nst, l'rentiss Iluose. ivitnrjjy and Monday,
May, l-HU and 1-Jtli.
'J'iiose aihicU-d with Chronic disease of the liver,
Lun r a. kilnys or spleen Iiiilamatiotirt, 10ifunirit;sm.
Asthma, Shortae of t.rrnth or ditucalt, of Kn-itltin..
Iy?e()sia, ironsy. Weakness or Nervous dtiiiity.
lL.-si.es limits, Ls of Apetite. Cinstipatitin, D-nnje-ment
of the ttom:ich, Bitlious AilW-tioi s, tlravt-i.
White 8wel!inpi, or any long standing disettse, are in
i ited to call.
KO 4II&EGK FOR roNsrr.TtTiox !
Dr. TuM'S neitht-r IdeeiU n-r Mitrs. r is lie n
(lotueoiiathist ; he neyer cses llerctiry. Antimony, Ar
it?iiic. ur any ot!ter Mineral!, as meiieal agents; noria
he a T.iorujjiiiRH hencitheriteani!noririveemetic3.
His tlieory of diseae diiTcrs from all others that haye
been aH)ted, but not more no than does his ytem of
trealmc:iL. lie does aotmaka siek f mme ir, nor
Uur dawn to build p aciu ; nor allay irriutioo by
Iatchi:iir np with ammdtfmes.
I'atients should outric well the dates civea nTiore.
Our eMtire time hein-r pre-enfrajred, attendance inns I
accord strictly with published announcements.
An uuhiascd opiniou as to tlw iro:aiitity of a cure
alvrays ?tven siilitccting the vti11' to no expense
without a roasoual'lc prospect of success.
Inralids should read the folio in?.
SkNOtcKT ClTT. M4T ?Z4
Dr. Tpbc, Dl-r Sir If llie untooked fur beneflt I
have received from your treatment, can he of any ser
vice to yaurself or to despairing iuvalids, I cbeerfully
give it for puitlicMion-
Kut for the wishes of a dependant family, I should
nut have enjoy ed this pleasure, and proahly never
aniu applied to any physician; at least such was my
determination. 1 had tried iit-uty, and as ninny times
weie hupes revive! aud foileil ly bitter diajip-jint-metits.
I was utterly disheartened.
During mad two uccceding summers, I hid the
auc, which seemed to have a most disastrous cfl'ect up
on the constitution. Tuder brae in? treatment 1 was
euahled to labor a short time and then compelled to
For a yar before seeing you. I was unable to lxor
alt. aud a part of the time confined to my room. Thy
stcians treated me for Bronchitis and diseases of the
Liver and Spleen. I was thin in flesh, weak and bo
eddon u,aud suilering almost C'mstautly from coldness
surface aud limix, bad cold, sueuts at nit;ht, -mid
p.tiu. sometimes very acute, from side and chc-.-t to the
shoulders. Early in May, one year a?o, obtaioed my
prescription from you; id Au7tit follnwitic be
to wjrk, have since labored hard as a carienter
join-r. a now st.on-Lr ami in bJttcr health than
auy time since first attackd by aeue seven years
airo. This is a brief sketch, but by calling, persons in
terested can le.irn more of mtr pt and present ;ondi
tiou. l ours, respectfully-
V7E are receiving, WTect fr m New
York and Boston publisher, our usn il larire
Stock of Books ar.d Stattincby for Spring and Snmm-T
trade. 1 shall soon have them on our shelves for the in
spection of our numerous geuerous patron?, and kind
friends, and they will continue to lind here the same ra
riety of new and itoptilar book as heretofore, as well
the most choice selections of fiue stationery and fan
cy goods. We will alwai s like to see you.
Apr, is. At ADAM'S
TY EXPP.ESSJIerman Melvilf 'sNew
A.y Work ; Israel Potter, or. Fifty Years of Kxile, by
Author of "Tyie," "Omuo,1 etc. Buyard Taylor
Work. New Editions. The most popul:ir volumt-s of
Travels yet produced in tliis Country. Central Africa.
Life aud LaudscaK.'s from Krypt ami the Negro King
doms of the White Nile, with Map and Illustration.
I'Jnio.. lW. The LAiids of the Saracen, with Mp
aad illustrations; 8 1 Elionulo: Adventures in
Caitfornia, l'Juio., I .'23. Yieas a-r'oot : Adventures
Kur'ic, 1-ino. 81.j P x-ms of the Orient. 1 -.'mo.
cents. Apr. 1HJ At AD M
ALE OF PEiiSONALTV. The ua-
ersineil irill sell et l'ul.lic Aation. nt th-; late
residence uf Anthony CiiiLt, I-r'anl. on thy Yimti-.'.-ti'.n
llni.l. Airil -Jljt. A. D. I-.V. at 10 o'clock A. M-.
ne Yo-iri;j Mare, Milch Cow, Vearlin? llciffr, HilJy,
Old LuraSer Wa'iiB. Harness, I'lwu rh. Pitchfork. Clnml-
stnne. Shovel, Scythe, Kake. S.vhlle. Urittle,tjun and
Po.du horn. Violin and other articles.
pHAULES STEWART'S ESTATE.
' Notice Ubere'.j pireo tht th; M5rier have
Ln - n a.-poiutcti an.lquih nodus Kxccutt T. ou tiiew-
tuie uf CiiarlvjJ ru-Tart. kit? or IluW'aru, deceasw.
JOHN M. tTEWART. Executor s.
Apr. IP. n I Ml. -
VCAUD. Miss L. Graeler, respect
fully announces to the youug Ladies of W :irren
Nilt-s mid vicinity, that she his coairaeuced to girrr les
sons on the Piano, Melodeon,also in Sicgiue, and wouhl
solicit Li-ir patronage. Apr. W-lm.
I ; X ECUTOR'SNoTTlE.
1 I have leen apK:nted Executor on the entate of
Antliouy C:rtt.-r, late of Uowtand. Trumbull County,
deceased. Those a ho have claims mart present them
fur s- Ultment those iudebteil are reiirted to pay up.
B. F. HUFFMAN, Exscutor.
Apr. 11, Ml M3.
NTI10NY CARTER'S REAL ES-
from the Court lloue. on the Younir.town Rna.l, N for
saie Mrsons ilesiroos of parchasin a-ill Howell t-t
cailuou me. and make thtfir otT.-rs for the Homcstcd.
B. F. HOFFMAN, Executor.
Warren, Apr. If. Mljia.
"piIE GARDENERS TRACT BOt'K
rontaihing practicul directions upon the forma
t'ouand management of the Kitchen, tiarden. aud for
ih-. culture aud domestic use of its veeetrihR. fruit, and
meiiicital lur- J. Price 50 cents. At BALDWIN.
Apr. lri. t
pUONOGRAPIIIC TEACHER; be-
L inp an imluctire exposition of rtiononinhy, in
tended as a !icool book and to a:iord eoni)li'l-r anil
tiiiir.-n-h il.tntctiou to those alio have wt the as
sistance of an oral te writer. At HALbWlNS.
Ajir IS. .
03 1 On the 10th inst., a steel
Ica l tiurse. containing Itetircen eleven and twelv--
ll-n s. siiltitsed to have lM.-en tlroiot-d on Jl.iin Street.
from lioyt'c St-re to the Oaskill House. The fiinler
will l-e re;irdcd on rerurnins the same. At t!i. si-ire
J. B. miiil ip. Warren, llhio. Apr. IS. tf.
It EAT MEX AND GREAT
V.T :VEXrS. splendid srork of KH i.a-'cs i:h i!a
. r ,i. i. i, i
.1.1: .Iron iu and look a! it. At A I) . M"S.
I" ORD BVROS'. his li e, writings an 1
VORTII AND ffOUTIL Price 33
- -"-- v u.mvix-ti. .
D-ti 1"', a"teT$
SOOTS A :,'D SHOES!
! V HO LEGALE AM; J
! . fK -PKIXH AND SVJI.'ifcU '
iuci V.i v Tvr t'a.
;v. w .. s'iv ci:.
No. l, Aih St. vvmtt.s. Oinu:
ti..u:.i re-n-i-iliii:v call the atten
i It f tt:.-;r i.-.r.uU a:.d the pu'dic
V I . M.- I.. I'.fl ( ... t,..! r't.-v lull
i ir f- Vl $ i r.-.iv,l .f.e l-,.r.-..s-.l-.'it.ani!
f s. inoit f ..hott.il.i.r -liM-W ol Boots and
Shues ev.-r hiMii'Ijt to this market;
i a:nii wlii.-li w'll lief.un.l t'n- lirt . it ility of Ladies
; ti.ut.-r... hid Po;.tee. I'.il.k ins, Sii; -prs, AfcC Also
i I ir'.-a.; irtmei.t of t'ia-ii 'iaiti-rs, '.l.irocco and Enata
j i-1'.I lt...o.-e.. Itilklll-. -ti-.
! A wr'Mt varittvnf M-..-!(i:.i'i.t. Morf-eco ".: I Trt:
! am -lr-1 l'..-.t, l":ii:i-- l!.i.l.iiis ainl .lij l rs. Ui-.l a -i;-i
erl a..s.iitlii-.nt of l"-s y 'lit 1m an-l i-riii'lt". I..-' lini;
. .-h.i.-.. o ail el ir. -j " 1 .,'ial.tie. t.r--lhr w.C a .r(-at
I -, n il ty f ri-itlei...-i. ' liiie r'rt:nch t'-;f and d.pn-eo
: I;....'.-, h-liter: and Sii.i -sof !t tattst tj!e an I
( I- -I . i.ry.
.. -i i:--:irat i .rt-nei t if k-.iher, -'lc ie . titer,
! l'r :.i-ii .'lit ..Uin. --'.-i l l ;!f in. M..r.K-eos of r.iri-
kiiiii-. ii. I u i ilttii-ji. Conirri-.. ?or for i-i ts.
;! ivt; ki.l. linings -if various r.'-.r, aul U.il:tt-M. rt
;, tuivi'i, h tiniiir, t::i::-s. I r:tl .. .oui.i r
Miv i-i, p.-j l:tt-. pg kiiivr, ihU, i o.t v ', f
tto.:. bUrk buck kiis, n:: 1 1 t ry ih'iv.; i:.;i.: k-pt
i:i d'.ir l.ne of : usluirss. A lur,' ?;- k .f Lists of cry
ni -lu'-t-r fi ? lilac-. ai; i f t'i- 11 ! K S - f
M t;;i ;r-t.Wan:i, oh ... A
M1E STATE OK OHIO, Trumbull
C mntv. Ctart tt.' IVo'int.-.
Th- f'"l.ta ins :iccoi:nts h ivi:. hi
tori. A-lurttis-.rators an-1 liuir.lian
rrol.;,t..- Curt, aiil rt-ii-iin on f:!-r
CT -i-t;nn.:i;l the I'.'t'l tl ly of V
.-tl file I I.V Esecit
n lit-- oTir" of the
fr ir. -tt.-cli-in and
v I.'.-ri. v. h.-u tt y
:.ti:. ::r.' Ul'cu.
wttl i c or-l-T- I to r.-c-T'! tl in
KX1.I". ruifS SK TTI.KM ICN iS.
JtaesF Itr i lfttr l, Il vo-t '. l-irti: I S.-ttteai-nt.
I'iri l F. n!tt A' i- il Ku.ilt, U-je. - "
J.M-..' J. Winaas. Ik !. :i il
A lM I N I STRATt IKS SETTLE VENTS.
!irs F..rl. IK-ce isc I, tin ll Sou;, .eut.
S in.u-1 R. Tattle,
John SVliy, " .artial
lirv Ait-h ison. "
An-lrrw llnshm-ll, " " "
Ah-x. JIC'I rrv. "
lit'AKDIAX'ft SETTLE VEST.
Wi'liar.i C. Treii-. tf al Mtlntrs, final, v-.-tllemeuts.
Jam -s M ick.-v. f ml
John C. Tylee. tt f
Willi mi ller.lep. tl al "
l.iiciml.i E. lluiitintrtou, el al fVc. partial
J.thn A. JL.tt. ti al " "
By order of Court,
Gr.X F. ll!;tWX.Pro'.ate Ju lr
3, . ) In lVttioti for rartit!on.
The uUt M Ohio. -n t!weimrt nf commtm
Tniuiull ounty,ss Tn,,, Co. 0,
Bf virtue of an Order of sate, to ine directed, an 1
ilflivfrcl. on a ilTree of Slid 'urt. m;i le at thei
M:irch term A. D. lf-.V. wherein Will'mm Tylce. J:iuis
Tyli-e and Walter Tylee, by thi-ir guardtaii John
Collins, are petitionei s. and Philip J :: s and Eirene
rer J i.ckson, are defendants ; I sl.i'.l expose t- sale. n
pu'dic auction, on the premise, on P -turdiy the P'ti
diy of M.iv. A. I. 1 "i. b(tween the hours of It
o'clock A. Si. and 4 ol''k P. M., of said rt.iv. thebn.lt
and t'-nern -ttts de-scrtbe.l in sr.id Onler of S.le. to v it :
a pin I of land lyliiff in Hubbard, iu ?iid county, be
inir th? ?nne 1.h1 devised by miuel Tylee. hite o!
said l!n'b,rd. decciseil, to his sn Smf-ird Tylee,
then in full life, but now deceased, for his life, and tt
the partitioner. and one John Ty lee, and oue May
Tvlee, in fee, after the deceased of s iid fmf.trd, h
will dxed, nn the ISth div of April A. D. 1H43. rind rc
cor-led in the Hecord of Witls. in the Probate Office o
saiil County. Rook No. 1 . pn c and there descrilwd,
as all th- lands the said Samuel Tylee, then hatl in
lot No- 4.. in said llub'-anl. except W acn-s in tciiit
lot. ofT th east side thereof, and alo all he then owned
n lds 4!i and 5, In slid Hubbard. Appraised n.
-27. W per acre under fnne-Order. ri- third of th.
purchase mtnoy to 1-e pi'l on the day of sale,
one-third in one year thTnfter. and one-tMnl
in two yenrs from and aft- r s.'id dny of s.ile. nn.l inter
est thereon autil paid, with approved et-uritv.
II. U. HA K MOV, Sh-riff.
SherilTs Office, Warren, April Ip1, lf.V, Ml Ml
SHERIFF'S SALE, in Attachment,
Receiver. Ttv virtue of three orders of sale. i.tie!
out of tin Cnnrt of Common Ple-is of Tnim T1 county
and State of Ohio, t me directed and delivered by said
Court, and in obedience to siid orders of -le. I shall
expos-to sale, at r-uMic vendue. as th law directs, nt
the War'-h-.n of M. B. Tayler. in Warren, in raid
County, on Satnrdsy the r.th ot Mav. A. T. 1-Vi. be
twe' n the hnr of 1 n'clockA.M. and 4 o'clock I'. M. o
said rtav.S.Vl. pounds of Bir Iron: ll,."? pounds ci
Rod Ir.tii: TO kenr assrte,i iaus. io -e soiu ai
the suit of the President. Directors. Co., of the Wen
tern Reserve !bnk. a-Mint P. McCnrtnick and W. F
C:ire.r. in one of said mil, acainst P. McCormick and
Rfitsnn ami Battles, in another, ar.d .igiint P. Me
Cormick, Ro'won, Bittte and lloSbins. in the other
II. R. H ARMON. Shi-riTriRd Reriycr.
PherifT's Office, Warren, April 18, l.53.Ml M7.
By virtue of an ordr of sal- iued out of tht
Court of Common plcns of Trumbull County, Ohio
to me directed and delivered, on a decree made by sain
Court, at their M-rch term A. D V-jI. I have levied
on, and shall expose to puM ;c sale. h in execuioi:
upon ind-rnent. :'t the dor of the Court House. n War
ren, in iiil t'otinty. n Thursday the lTthiiayof la
A. D. l"i.5. between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and
4 o'clock P. 51. of said day. the f-dlowinrr descried
land and tenements, to wit : aont three acres of Und
in lot No. 21, in the township of Newton, in the co'.nty
of Trumbull, and ?tate of Ohio, on which was. and is
a saw mill, work-shop, with turning lathes, and othei
machinery therein situate, and lumber thereon, toseth
er with the privilege of raisinrr the wat-r for hydraulic
r-iirofi. and fortheneof sail mill, in Kast Creek,
whieh then flowed and continues to flow through sabl
land, and is u-el fordrivin the machinery on saiil
premises ns aforesaid ; said lands being hounded ai
follows: north and west by lands of Alesandei
SIcOlenry. south by Samuel -Hudson, Aaron Short, ind
Alexander MeClearv, and east by the hishm-nv : and
appraisel at PH,)'0. To be sold at the suit of William
Porter against James DeLonrr. and others.
H. It. H ARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, April fl-MM
rruE american'houe ! new
i AKRANHKMEXTS AT THE OT.P STAND!? The
public are hereby notified that this well-known house is
betas fitleil .ip by the proprietor, IH'NKY LOll. in a
style which will insure to all who may ;;ive him a call,
ample accommodations and po.l fire. The furniture
and fittin-:s up" cenenilly will be new, and of the h-s!
description. No pains will be spired in makinir if
pleasant and comfortable. The situ uion of the huildins,
he in-; fine, and convenient for persons who c-ute tt
toxn, Mr. L. ft-els that, with a determination not to h
outdone in his efforts to pUiise, he deserves a liieral
share of th:t patronajre heretofore vouchsafed him ht
the pu'ilic. Oivethe AMERICAN a call and you will
ci:.c a en in.
Warn n, ApriMth. lu.w.-tf
JOST, on ihe 1st dny rf Mirch.b';
J tween the centre of Colehrook, and the cent re of Or
well, a e-'.lf skin W tlh-t coiitainini-a small amount ol
change and notes to the amount of sevend huitdn-!
dollars, ar.d other papers. The uoU-s were most ol
them si-.Mied by W. A. W.dcott. Any one ho will re
turn said Wallet or -rive iitfotmation wh'rv it may hi
found, shall be amply rewarded. - D. II. WOLCOTT.
Orwell. Apr. 4, 3a .
AJ Notice is hereby given that the -.ubfcTP-er hat
leeu duly appointed and qualified as Kxeeutor on the
last will and. testament of Dvi-ht D. Stoddard, late ol
Niles . Trumbull county, Ohio, diseased.
J. IL NOBLE.
Nil. March, 30. MnMX
DMIXISTRATOR S NOTlCn.
otice Is hereby -iven, that the subscriber ha 5
been appointed A irftiiiistrrlor tn the rs ite or ??arab
McCorcle, late of Bristol. Trumbull Countv, deceased .
AU per '.n having unsettled business with said cr-titi
are re lueated to call and settle the s-ime.
1 t-AMCKL FANSLKR.
DM I N ISTR ATO R'S NOTICE. I
Notice is hereby -:ven thit the suKscriVr has !
betn duly apiotntl Adniintstrator in the esLtte of
David Brrkky, ute ot i:nioi, inimiuji louuiy ue
ceastl. All i-ersotis having uns tiled bniucKS with
said estate arc rueU-d to c;iU and t-tt!e the nme im
me I iau y - S A M 1 K L F A N r L K U.
Br.-doi. April 4. MO MX
TXECUTOirS NOTICE. Notice is
11 lierel.y iriven, that the snWrihcr his hren ap I
pointed ExtculoTou the est.ite of Nathaniel Ijine, lati
of 11,-aceville, 'i'ruml-uil I'ouoty, 01. io, d-r-ise.l.
Al KEN LANE.
Bra-erilie. April 4. '10 '13.
TOTICE is hereby ivm tlint ihe an
and AshUO ula Turnpike Con.pany, fur the choice ol
Directors, will be held at the Inn nenr the centre ol
B.o-n:neld, on the firt We-!nes !ay of 5iay next, beiiij
the 2nd day of the mouth.
THOMAS D. WEBB, President.
Warren, ApriM. 3w.
LOST by the subscriber, fn the vi
11 in ir of March TUtth, at Warren, or on ihe rad be
tween that place and Niles. a small Mu "IVrt M-tiisic.
aith Steel Cla-p, containing mostly in "Fives
anil "Tens. a No a S 10 ird peice, an 1 some p:iKars ol
no valne to any one l ul tlie nwner. A re;.rd of tor
iiolltrs will be paid for the return of trie .inie and cou
tent-. F. K. IIL TCHINS.
Youngstowu. April 4, 3r.
TIIECITVOF NEW YORK, heiiiuan althsbeti
cal arrangement of the names of the luo..t nrttmibenl
Capitalist. .Iktc wealt'u is estimated at one bun Ire.'
thousand dollar, and upward, with the sum. aptte.ol
l to each name, anil geneoloyical and l.io'rapbic ll
notice of tlie irmcinal persons, iiiirieenwi r.tiiiioi-
with manv improvements aud a lditions: price 2.cts
At r. 4." At 1;ALDW!N'S.
RIAL and t'onvicl'um of Dr. Stephen
llcale. with the letters of Chief Justices Lewis
Block and Wuodwanl : aUo letters of I'rnfcssers li:l
son. W iltl.ai.Ls and many other;, i'l ice li".ets.
Apr. 4. At BALDWIN'S.
-PHE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
-l We are now milking this celebrated Plow. Thos.'
ho have tried it, s;tv it surpasses any other kind ol
plow in use. Several prend jius hive t'een awarded ll
it State and County Fairs. T. II. MORLKV to. Co.
Ji.n. 11, Ie54.
STOVES, TINWARE, dtc.," New -A"
Shop on Ma-ket Street. Those ho wish toV2
jiurcha-e thincs in his l.ne are invited to call at r
Ihesh-'p of E. G HOLLIMlSWUKTII.al ('ratra-'s old
maud, 3 doors lelow Empire Hal!. Market St.. wIkt:
theyi!l tind a l.irje Hssortmein of Move. Tin.tar;.
.la tanned-ware. BriUnnia ware. Copjer Kettle," Bra
Kettles, and lioiio w.i.-t.r,f all kinds. Cnv:p an-l omhi.
Call at llt'iliii-rsworth before yon bay. JoVwork
and repiirin dune on res ' t -ns and with tie
spueh. li' iLLlNGS A uIii II At FITCH.
Wrirrvn. OcLihcr I?., 'ill.
r'mE GREATEST Sid.; Splitter of l!u
j. Ae Th Cbrttuicle of P:nvi!l-j This Bok eui
ITJCC sketcheJ u a!ntil't i
ciiaritt-TS of Oeor'5a and All
Jl-tzor J.v:es' Courtship, at
lie, incidents, ami
ii, l y Cn autlur ol
UT PAINE, M. D Ua. i etii!in:d
from his visit to the E itern llorpitals, mnd
rill resiaic his pritiire as l!ijsie.ian ami S'lri-on. Ot
fice aud residence as forui r!y, on llih Str:vt, Warren
o!iio. B-c. it .
FARMERS! WHEAT is worth Out
D-dlur add Fifty Cents p-.-r 1 :,-!. Will yoa u.
f o r Pioiv, hen at M-.rh y' F-.uu'ir-, they keep i
f jtd irticre. nn.! warrant lbe;n.
Manh j, 1.
11E STAR PL0V, Manufactured b
T. H. MOiiLI'V t Co.. will d i belter work lh.ui
my other Plow iu the Suite tf ohio.ec piti.e iieb;ir,r
D.u:iie Piow. mrr. 5. '.VI
j 1- yl Li'i
! I SUOItT dialogue on FLOWS.
"i fjrM'r. Weil. 1 hive J. Lun.'l .No. i. aid
Jevvral oil.er kinds, l.ut M..-r!ei-s SLir i'l-j i.cals the si
It f'urmtr. I mu.t so to V.
?low. (:i.K-s to Wal-rea and r-.-:
r.--n an-1 ir -t 0 S-. li
nts iu ctliie of t-l-'
h.itro l i j.
1 Ffme. W f Mrl ry s li.t'.? Piou. II- a
t Vats tlie $iar 11. .r. au-t u.i mit 0. :.
Farmer. t'uli't ! ! tut Tit .'. t
Jill Uiy oik'. (KF.tt iatk Ftrmrr, ami tie t'x-.)
Thf l;'tl,!L i'lov pr.ivc t ;Ii lcii; ; id fari it !-
:-i.'ttrr wyrk I'mij any biuIe l'lv. .n .. 'i hi r -.
'r nu s i: . T. ii. 3t!IU.r.v V Co.
Att.! o, J.i-1.
IAUMEIW ATTKXTIOX .TIk.so nf
yuu nliivri't tn any StK-Jt.T Wh it. can
i ij!Ii-1 k it.t tMn vain i l uti.l n w sjKt' nf ?.
J'y cili.i.j ti-ni ;i t!i-. Mui:r H.itiw. Kirit-T it-.rl -y
r H"ttl u!ll , c iu I I.
Warr-n, .-j i -Ji. Al'U"ST.S CRAKTi:iT.
is 7x ') E.-:tra Q lallty, at
!ili ' '
Mill ' '
i'l pro; trtlo:!. O.-
i- fi t ir ai.tt ls :tt
!!,- nt'-n l-l l t. .v.: .;- .
i'aci:ai:: .t u Viixc'i.
i i .1. Poc. s:
CASH-US ! !
CJt'mer5, an I ail o;!u-rs ox'ui-r i s
j uo:t'-y jMst
iu-. urz revtet-uulli' inbinn-.-l tliuthir
We sell ojr khx1-, at cash prices, m d
--- ' l- t, o.
pci'.ci.-j'i for them SiUi -tiine. A unr-i t.it!i- wi?p
is suiiicieut. oct 1.) PACKARD V BXKNI'M.
FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
s-bscri?ers ar? now receivin a l.irj and
isira'de S:o.-k tf FALL AND WINTER iMDS. to
hici they invite th attention of the Ht'ilic re ier..lr.
Their O'mI will le o.fered at price :rt il w:i d-.-fy al'.
iomretition for rem l'm fo 7, or in e-.ehange f, ,- Pro hie:.'
approved ere iii on -diort time nill be given.
W.irre:i.O.'t. IS, lHi4. C. Sc M MoSKR.
Flaj of our Ciiijn.
To be h id at
O.-t 1. l-.l-3in.
Th Auu-ric in Crusader.
Waverly Mate: inc.
p OUTER Co.'s N EW DRUG
M STOIiK. Th? proprietors of this establishment
t.rr pleasure in ina.xini iii; to the piielicthat utwith
t.:iidi!iz the late lire which destroyed a large pa.rtion of
our Ooods, we are again open and in full operation, at
No. 3. Market St., W arren, O., where we arc daily re
ceivin- Fresh Drugs direct from New York and 1'hila
deiphia. which we are oik-ring fur Casual prices tiiat
caituotfail triving satisfaction.
May s:4, lf."l.
V 1 1 most attractive b,o containing !H4 pages,
Ii.ttiti.-ioiiKdy bound with 3it) eiit livings, and we oiler
them at roirii a low price, th it everylo:y leys them,
aiuio-4 without excep'i 1 e hive received a larze
nuiii)eraii't cm furn -b tl -m, to be M agaiu at the
publisher's lowest price j th Jtt copies, Ht
j;ui IT V ADAMS' i.nokstore.
IR ABB'S SYNONYMS.
le t emeuts.
Bryants Poems, Complete.
Loiit-f-dhm s Poems Complete.
Mrs lU-ut irs
AU ix-autifully bound and eltiytuitly ilhiAtmtel. New
Editions of these wrks. hy the lL.rpers. just receiv
ed at Feb. 14th A DA d S.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
O for sale at K. E. HOYTsY. Co'. Some of that liUOD
TEA, Java and Rio Codce, Seeilless Raisins, Rice, tkc
ust rtte'd at o. N 1. Main Street.
HUNDRED Boxes Herring ;
CO Quintals Cotlfish ; Id (truss Lyon's Katharion;
Hi bltls. aud balf bids. Mackerel, just rec-.-ived at
nov DLNLAI' t Sf EVVAKT'S.
ou.-e and Lot on Prosiiect Sireet, i.i the-
norliiL'rii iart of the village of Warren. House uew
Apply soon lo II. B. U1CLVKS at the t my ire &ure.
Warren, Nov. tf, LSH-tf.
t ownship. Clinton Co., Michigan. Inquire at the
jan I" Oaskill hoiie Salwin
I70RSALE OR RENT.
The Furniture and Fixtures nf the Oaskill Hotis-
Siloon. For parxicTilars inquire ou thepreuiises.
33, M. M.-.V AXrS
a me. bj
TICi'.. Ail persons indebted to
T not: or book account, w ill confrra farur
iy c.illiui; at thelrasktll House, and "s-purint; up,
is after the I h'i uf Febru-irj", ail u-Hes .uid accunti
nill be left forollecliou. M. ilt MAM'S.
DR. DUFF'S ADDRESS, delivered
heforc the (iciieml Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland, at Edmhurg,Uoii his return from his visit
to the I'uited Slate. AUu, BLDIN1 and Dr. Dl'FF
Contrasted, by Kerwan, for sale nt
Jan. 17 BALDWIN'S.
rPIIE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
L E. 1I0VT tc Co, No. 1. Main street, offers great
bargains iu Broad Cloths. Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
Summer Good. (Prints of gemuime aim.) Sheetings,
Bleached and Brown, Irish jumens. and some very nicv
Mn?tm Collars. apr 26
ri REi :ley ts whig alman acs
VT for I"5J at AUAMS.
Also Ueruiau Almanacs hy the Gross. r'eb 7j
TrYOURTSHlFAXD ITS COX-
a J. SElfENCE,3J supply at BALDWINS
Ken. Hlh V.
VLL the N'ew Works of the limes
can as usual he found mt
Kehl ADAMS" BiMiKsnom.
Oxe6ct7se"coxi) hand melo
PEON UooJ. tonetl and in pood ortler. can be
bon.l.t for J-.'j, at I'O.MEIIOV Music itore.
lRESH GARDEN SEKDS, just le-
JL ci-ivetl a larpe lot of choice, fresh 'ianlen Seeds,
Irtun ltocliester, N. Y., tut up hy L. P. Fogg- 6c Co.
AL-o a var.cty of Klnwer Seeds, among which are
many near and i.eauiilul kinds
at E. A. SMITH CoV. No, S. Main St.
4.REELEY S WHKr ALMANAC, a
T New Supply at (Mar. 1 ADAMS',
f FLEMING AND TIBBIVS FRENCH
L MCTIONAKY. Octavo. I'rire I,IU. A few c.u-
(Mar. 14, -ii.) ADAMS'.
'PYPES OK MANKIND, BY N0TT
X tz ULIUDON. l'ric- S.i.W). A few c.tpi.ies at
130EMS BY Wm. C. BRYANT, with
JL Lumerous elt-paut encravinps on Copper, hy
L.-utie. l'rice $1,110. A Uw copies mt. ADAMS'.
Felt. S. '.Vi.
I Y6 ems'b y To n GFiTLrow" com'-
I'oeuis l.y TENN VSCN, Comi-lete. Just received it
Fe'. . 'jj. ADAM'S.
VEW GOODS, NEW GOODS com
prising spring De!a:ncs, of the hittst style also
a Li r ;-e assortment of tine French wrouiit co.UiX3 and
undersh-eves, just received and for sale nt the
WAKKLN DUV GOODS STRE.
1 u dgedm olCD'STXVO'vuLUMES
f I ON SI'IKlTfALISM just received at.
Fell. SI. 'S3. BALDWIN'S.
UTH HALL. 5th sipjly a'
Feb. 14 h 'ii.
'IMI E CHIME The great Simin;;
Tlu,)t 0f the season, a notice of which will be
seen in auotLer column, has jn.t Iteen received in larve
quantity, at ADAMS' UOOkSTOKK, and is selln
rapidly. 1 13;
00TS SHOES, and Leather at the
i r.'ct. 4 1
fOct. 4J NEW YOKK STORE.
MMOTHY SEED. A few Bushels
1HDINCS A MORtiAX.
I ARB ELL'S INDIAN LIXIMEXT
1 ) Sloan' Oititracut, just rec'tl and for ale at
jau '.'4 'i. E. A. SMITH Ai CoV.
V an ! C.reely.at ian i4 BALDWIN'S.
DOORS AND OUT, Or Views
oui the Chimney Corner, elesnntly illutratel -
complete in 1 vol. I JMo price gli-0. A few c
pARPETIXG. Royal Wikoji, Brus-
stls. Three Ply, Inj-rain" Cotton &ud Hemp, and
Veneti-it:, at tlie
apr2G NKW-VOBK STORE.
lRENCII MK1UN0ES, the largest
JL and most cttmitlete of colors in town. Aiso Co
.Mirrs.all wool tltla l'laidi and DeL lin-i. Mii-tlin de
lieres and other Dress Oootls 1-v the piece ttr yard, a
be NEW YOKK STOKE.
PINK SHINGLES on hand (most of
I the time.) PACKARD 6t BARNl'M.
Oct. i, l.-Ol.
CHOICE SELECTION of" Ion-'
a. . and S'
Hare Broclia aud Bay Sute Shawls, sob!
;heap. at the
WARREN DRY 0XDS STORE.
pES V NORWEGIAN" NAIL ROJ.
) That big lot has this da arrived.
Oct. 4 PACKARD A: BARNl'M.
VCARD. We do not mean toolTciid
any body, but we niu-t line our Not-.'s ami Ac-
iro'u.ts .tettled. or e will be obliged to leave tli -in at
the S jiiircs othce fir collection.
barren, or. I. "j. JAS. M-rN ki.l.
(nn FKET CLEAR, DRY, PINK
f)f 'lLrMBER, 1j;, l'i. , aud 2 incite thicl,
itittVd f-ir Sa-ih, Uliiids a:i I Do 'is. f r bv
tKt S3, I.-5-I. PACKARD & i:UCM.
JREXCII MEBIXOES, PAR AM AT-
L TAS, Cohnrs Mohair, Lustres, Alpaccai an I
C.'i'.iu.'i es, selling at redu-e I ones, -t the
jan .1 VVARRKN DRY OuODS STORE.
OILKS! SILKS ! A larje uantiiy
i variety, comprising hiah Lutred B.uc'c. Pin id,
SiriKs and !haa a'd?. Aiso, a variety of Hmmt
Silks an-i S itins,cii':i?i-r th in e er, at tiu
jan 3 W ARREN DRY li.MDS STO.'K
BLACK nnd Colored t'loakinj Cloths ;
a superior ;ua!:'y cf yard aide Black. Silk Velie:,
r I'Vilii, MantiiUs. tV.c . t the
j.lii 3 AURK.N DRY (i(KDS i l
VT B VLDWIN'S MRS. ANN S.
I STEVENS' Cnisi, iuide to Crotchet in I F;i i
cy Kniuiu, suitable fot- Il-,diday tiifi. ( ice '.'ii
7!IIG ALMANAC r for 855.
f T Fe. BALDWIN'S.
'PEN DAY'S LAT.::i FR:.)M SEBA-STOPOL
1 litjji-.ftf are tl mi tiijit a r-c-nt aiti -k was m:le
d iv ara:.i a LTniu' c in:iwua Uux cutAiit disclmro
tii::t uu lire- w.;re iit. atv :i 'i lainy Ji-r coatpellcil
a'ol .criii-riiit'ii irts. The OKltil N iL, J AMIia is
Trleuds jud custotuer the
Ever cxhi' it-1 the citron f old TruiubuM : aiooup
uimuj, .-... sormsis aortxav. tin.tjt au i Lti4-ofc
; ever. To MercUuuts, t'eUrsaud I. ii.dlor.l.. 1 mil sty,
j call .unl r t,;uiue t.iy t'-k .iu 1 price. t ' eo.ne
p r.uiu of the ot. No. 3, Riicr li; M, iu Street,
I klu,l3iof ionr.if;?i r
Whit h "re Itouriit ! the reetnt decline r price, and
! Nue west of N" York. Come oue a:i-i aii anJ exiraiue
f 1 aei'ds, J -vi: s. V'". c-;;.
LAUIE IMIt"? iitnt
Fr n I'riit t'i Sil, and all the uece.t-nry fxinir-, whirh
tt;t i.'b-d Sh"".i !'- "d Shtrt:i:s, Tickinirs of all pialitu
V A NUKE NoTD'NS enou-h 1 1 tp. ly t::e WL;;-nt
Wh-ib .leor K Mil.
MKK CR'M'K El" Y tli. n e-t-er was Mide. an. lat e-i
enough for r.l! Northern Ohio : boQts from 9(u to
are t-iiiiu o:l w:t: -i p -eft ct rush.
UK A DY MA DK CLoTlilNO A hr-re stock of all
Vets r.-niii 5teeit- to 8 .. Con rijr'it a'ot.s; with
where ru cut tind the I.r.s t ek in Ohio, mid the
i:-mei.i erthep!:ie-, Ni.3, HI VEIlULttCK, WARREN,
February D'. l-5.-U
ISAAC . I S A C 6'
Corner of S.!erior and I'ub.n SLreclst-IeveUiid. Ohio
This !s the Largest and Mst Mt-rirUcei.t
CLOIHINJ ESTABLISIIMEN r
iu the whole W:ern Couiito', "'l liiieJ with the
L tr.'est and Best assortment ol
I Ki-atSy-Miitlcrii-lhins, and FuriiNbing
of all descriptions. f wir'n Manufacture, anl wfeich
is wamuftl. to be Kctter Cut, better .Made, and fetter
aili ded to the want of the Community, aud is sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
at lower rail ' tl u any other CUtking io tli
UStriiiu-ers vis-ting Cleveland, will find it to their ad
rautaetocallat ISAAC A. ISAACS
l"ui. n 11 ill. oi.-uerid Snj; r and 1'ii'i.d Street..
Tj LlK)K OCT r'OU THE UlANTSji
43 . .
iQ. NEW HARDWARE STORE.
a. i.. Jioumv,
Successor to James II. Rrooiis. dealer iu lUapManr.
C'Tl.l-.v, lao-s. Natl aud tii-atis. where at all time,
can be (..un.l a lare and rarie.i assartaient of Uoaaa
Trimmines. Carneuter's To.ls, oic.
Received this day and no opciiing
ttd.-l. While'. Cast Steel Axes.
4 " Beaver's - - -
1 " II ay Knives. 'ootl."
2 fittshursh linn Itarrels.
3 Tons I'ittsl.aryli Iron, assorted sues.
.J Bunill-s . est Norway Nail Rods.
Marren, Nov. 1, l.-Jl. A. L. JlORLti.
Ilarinf this day sold my entire Slock of Uard.au
to A. L. iloautv. ho will continue the l.ii-.iness at the
old Maud, I tike this method of inf trunnit my old
friends and former (.almns that I shall remain wub
Mr. Moai.w, aliere 1 .hall be ha.i to ' -e them ai
Oct. 30. lr54. i""- ' 1 ,
YANNY FERN, ONCE MORE
A. The Life and beauties of Emmy Esra, a new
book j ust published.
e ive i.ri:w a p iniai w w. v--- -
lienius in Panteletts.
Fanny at school.
Tv... Il..i. ..l .1-ith
The Second Marriase.
Fauny at Church.
Fanny iu Broadway.
A Key to -Ruth Hall.'.
A word alrout N. P. Willis.
All about StL;n.
Private history of Didamus Daisy, Esq.
The Wedding Dress.
Mrs. Farrinjrtop on Iatrimony.
A whisper tu romantic Yooug Ladies.
The other siile.
F,nny on widowers.
The mistake of a lifetime.
A wile's devotion.
Interestine to bashful men.
A I'liant'-r on Clergymen, fcc. c fcc.
1 quantity just received at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE.
Price one dollar. Ve'.i. SS, .
TAXHOPE BURLEIGH The Jes-
IO uits in onrhomes. A n.tvel. By 1IEI.KS Dnr. In
me eli cant li vttluiue of 41" taires. Artistically Illus
! irated a'iUi line tinted Engravings; beautifully bound
iu Km'.iossed Muslin.
. Tliis thrilliusly interesting romance has created a
profouuil scnsaliou tiirouitbout this free land. Il ha.
thrown the political .artica of tlie Cnite-I states into an
unwonted agitation; it lias already been the theme of
discussion iu many legislative bodies. The remarkable
cxM.siti..n of the manner iu which puhlic opinion is
made iu this country, to .eenre tlie elevatatiou, of in
! iri -uini d.-ui.titu-uii, at thecaitei.se of those institu
1 ti.iiis bequeathed by our forefathers, will astonish
thousands. Il will illuminate the American mind with
a faithful History of the Rise. Prosresa. Iutricues, aud
Crimes of the deadly system of Jesuitism and Pnest-
crift, which i. poisiiiilig our homes, and corrupting our
politics sud inslitutitirs. Is. st-irtlinc revelations of
American society .hould be read by every friend of le
itreat niovmenl now in pronress. which i. to releas
our Republic from the boudaee of Knaaw C.THOLii-i.a.
feh.ss ForsaleatBAl.DWlN S.
D ISSOLUTION. The iartnerhi
heretofore eaistinit betweem the .uliserilter. un
dir the name aud style of S. C. Moser is this day di.-
solved by mutual consent. The notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are in the hands of Smiuel .Voter fot
acttlement. SAMI KL MOSER.
W arreu, July 21, 1I-54. COUNELIL'S MOSER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The onderi?n.il.f the lit
Brm of S A. C MOSKR.ha. this day associated with him
Michuel Moser, T.tr the purtor-e of continuing tlie Mer
I cantilelmsinessat the old stand, under the name and
.tyle of C. fc M. Moser. They respectfully invite a
coutiuuance of the patronaire so liberally extendetl til
the bite firm.
Warren. July 26. ISM.
1' I L . 1, U ... . ...
Suit in Attachment.
At my iusuuce.au onler of Attachment was issued
on the etli day of March, lrij. by John A. Coleman, a
Justice of the Peace, in Green Township. Tramboll
County. Ohio, against the goods, chattels, rixhts. cred
its, stocks and interest ia slocks, moueya. and elfects
of said defendant, Eiisha W eaver, who is a non resi
dent of said couuty, for the sum of (S.':l.3tl) twenty
three dollars and thirty cents Said Snit stands ad
journed for hearing, to the 23.1 day of April next, at
ten o'elneh A. M. JOSIIL A BASCOM.
(ireen Mar. 14. '11.
WM. S. WEST, Proprietor of New-
T? ton Fall's NCRSERY, h.u just returned from
the Ippcr Lakes with a variety of Everjjreeu Trees,
which he offers for sale on reasonable terms.
tk...u .-i.A ;.h r..e Kver.rtreti Trees. Fruit Trees.
drain Vines or ShruM-ery, are respectfully requested
to call for them Itefore the jronntl Incomes froaen, or
early in the Sprinf. as he intends to visit the Upper
Lake, asain as early as the middle of April.
Newton Falls, Not. 22, lS.V4-tf.
C ADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER'S
lO STAND FOR SALE, inthe viil.iie of Kinsman, 0.,
with an excellent trade and no opposition. Terms ea
sy. If not sold by private sale.it will le oltered al
Auction, together with Household Furniture, Saddlery.
Ire., oil Tuesday, April 3-1 leii, l-elaceu twe.ve and
four P. M. Apply l"ist paid lo
JAMES THOMPSON, Kinsman, Trumbull Co , 0.,
Mar. 14. 'ii 'lu'
pIIANDLER SHOP. The subscri-
J bcr announces to the citixen of Warren, and the
public iii icner.it, that he has established a Chandler
Shop, whore be intends to nimufacture Candles, Soup,
and Mperh article of S.iu-iases, which will always be
on hind t Wholesale aud Retail prices.
Mpluc Proprietor cau at ad times be found on
Market f.reet, -iie door west of VauiroC Jewelry
Store. Warren, Oh.o.
irVThe highest price, in Cash, will be paid for
Tullo aud Lar.l. I'l 13 A. L. C. DAY. Ajreut-
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers beg to inform the ladies of War
ren, that they have received a splendid assortment of
Ibnuiets, Ristbons, Silks. Lawns. French Flowers, Dress
and M iimlla Trinuuius, Ac, fcc, which we are pre
pared to sell very cheap. Those who will favor us with
a call, will, wc trust, be amply repaid for their trouble.
ai,r sti E. E. HO T k. Co
rmiEIIOISERY Department. Partic-
A. ular attention is paid to tliis part of our business.
Ladi4 aud gvntlemcn, ooys and girls, can find almost
anything they want iu this Hue of Trade. Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors, CaIi ere. Slate Drown, Black and
Wu.te Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed 11 all
11 use. aud a bixe nuuntay for children.
E. E. HOYT k. CO.
PHUT RAPP1NGS UNVEILED.
An exottse of the 01 itrin. history, tlieoloiry and
philosophy of creation, alleged communications from
tiie spir.l world ity mean, of spirit rai.um. medium,
writing. 1 hysicil deaioustrations, elc., hub illustra
tions, by Rev. H. Mattisou. A.Mat
j,,;. 7 BALDWIN'S
LAN D WARRANTS 1 he undersign
el will attend to the prosecution of BOfNTT
LAN U t'LAI.MS, under the "Old SoI.I.ers, If ill," ossed
M trciilll. l.-i. O.lice three doors Itelon-the liaskill
House. VI arreti, Ohio. H- C. RANN EV.
M ir. H.'i i-tf. .
?0ll SALE, Oil MeaKand Oats. Ry
themiantltv or in small Hts.' y llie sul.sciher ou.
mile stfith of U.irard, Ohio. JOHN MOstlt Jr.
31ar. 13. 'ii tl.
CCRAP IRON WANTED.-Ca.sh paid
O for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at ihe Stove and
Tin Warehouse of R. '- JAMESON 4t to.
April I!', 'il.
ORSE CARDS, Curry aad Mane
Cowl s. Rrushcs. Hilt ami Faiiry Trunk Palter,
t ly-Leia. Uoor Malts, ALcant Matts. &c at
June 2. PATCH 4k ALLISON'S.
X Notic is hereby glv-u that the subscriber has
iieen a-::ttd ami nu thiied as executor, oa the estate
of Jo.'Ph Cox. lite t t Unit d, TnimJ'iiIt Coumy. Ohio,
rieceise.1. MAf llEW LAIRD.
Mes.;otaniij. Mar. 14, I1.
yV70:LEX GOODS ARE DOWN.
V Y The evidence can be had in tiie prices of Cloths,
Itl ics and Fancy Ca -imere, Satineit. Twee Is, Red,
.Pan-.;e. Wiiiu- and IVinie.! Flannels. A -mperior qual
ity of lU-pi. heavy tx tiled do. BUuket-, and a variety
of oilier Woolen roods, at the
jari :i WARRKN DRY (XJDS STORE
DUSIIEUS Or POLAND SEED
O ATS, a superior article
for sale by the snoseri-
A d K L Mt.HW 1.
Neivlon Fills. Mar. 12t!i .t-. 1.1"
p LliK'COMMllX-iA Ri E.s7cTnv
V.-' piete in six vol.iin-.-, fil'l bclli;d. price Ml.0O
Mir. 14, ii. AtAUlMS-.
1011 RENT, SEVE'Vai.DiVELLING
1 llili'SKS. Ariil"?TrS Ca.ETLR.
Warr-'n. M ir. 14, 'i tf.
1 NKW MUPl LV .n van's .Manual.
a j-r received (laUfl
THE CRAFTSMAN- Al oih,- Iive-
r. s son's Mouitttr. at
! Surrender of the Allies !
npon !ht well fort it. ed port, which eontitned for sever
ai uf smalt anus. I tke p-iure, ho ever, in record
ing to ret. re fr-'tn tt ieeiifc of action with wounded fe4
nti afxln ia command, tuid tik-s pleasure ia offering to k.s
Ii OF GOODS,
mhich nav t e fmiud an cxteimiire sf irtment of Ki
o.'all kiuJs till of which will be soid cheaper tlun
1 wilt supply ymi ut luurn prices. 10a neei only
enviiirel tii;U the pl-tce tj buy your food is at tlie Old Kui
1 Warren. Ohio, where yoa can flud a Urge stock of all
DOMixnc dry goods
wiil positively b- s-dd per cent, less than hy any other
my s:tck of C!;hs, Casiimeres, Doeskins, Sauiuttta,
17 t.Uil i.lUir.ll,
the Uw requires AU kinds of Domestic, Brown nd
s and prices.
Hemispheri.-, and at prices that cannot foil to pleas, at
than uy former extreme low prices. Boots and Shoes
ud all other goods in proportion- Call soon, as they
kinds, nun). tie and rice. Pants from t,C0tti S3.0O ;
your e-wh anl produce to the Great Emporium of the West,
Oil Io ! JAMS II. KIBBEK.
C O A P A N D CAN DLES FOR SALE,
One htunlred Barrels tf Suap, a splendi-t article.
Als.1 Kif-r Us?f ri.'H. By A L. C. DY. Mar
ket St.,tne door west of Empire Block, Warren. O.
N. B. Candles and S i.ip deliv eretl to any part of
th? T'm, :.y apidyiuyas above di roc ted. Also er
sous wi.-hii'- tt eiiuhtin ashes aid crease for soapw
can le a-miaovlart-.l. Pic Ui save your ashes.
Mar. 2i--tf. A. L. C. PAT.
OOUNTY LANDS. Congress having
U lasiM a taw -riviny 180 acres of land to each sol
dier ut lias served in (he armies of the United States
since A. D. JT'JO, for a period of fourteen day at leat,
and tu the minor children of those deceased, and to
widuvs in certain cases, I propose to act as an a?enl
iu proeurin wamu.ts for tho who will empl y me.
I wiil do the business on as favorable terms as any one.
I ro;iy le f-und at the Crouicle olhee frim 9 to 2 A, M.
and froml to 3 P. M. THOMAS P. WF.BB.
Warren. Mir. 7. "if I2.
i TTACilMENT -NOTICC
Z V WiUiam Hall,
vs. Suit in Attachment.
(Hire Hall Jr. 1
The defendant. who is a non resident of Trumrull
bounty, will take notice tliat at my instance, an order
in Attachment as iauvd atcainitt the icoesla, chattels,
credits, mouies, and etfects of said defendant, by Mil
ton Oraham, a Jo nice of the peace, ol Vernon, in said
muuty. on the Ekn tiny ui March, Ir-Sj ; for the sum of
Said case sUuds for trial on the 4th day of May,
lfoj, at 1 1th o'clock A. M. of said dnv.
pLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma-
1- kin? and keep constantly on hand the following
I'upular Plows :
Lon-'s No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Stir, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plowj
tipairedon short notice.
Jan. I'J. T . n. MOKLET A Co.
11 Mews E. L. GIBBS 9l CO are adopting this
system in their business at Windsor, A f!i tabula Co-, 0.
where they are sellinjf more goods, and mt lower prices
thai any establishment in their vicinity. That is so
come and try them! They wax war on high prices.
They have bought their goods low, and are seeing how
rheap they can sell them and live. Their motto is
tUick sales and una.l profits a nimble sixpence ia
better than a slow hillin?."
Call anl see them, and they will sell yoa goods lower
than you can buy thein elsewhere and charge nothiuft
for their trouble. They -4 re clever fellows and delight
in showini roods at all times give them a call
Feby 14 '.w-ly.
WARREN MARBLE SHOP, situated
f on Market Street, at the east eud of J. L. Van
Gorder's Brick Block, where may he found a choice as
sortment of Italian and Vermont Marble, Tomb Stones,
Monument, Spires and every thing in the Marl le line
of the rest totality and finish, in the bestof style.
All persons that are in want of anything in
the a)ove line, will find it to their advantage to give
me a rail and examine stock and prices befofe purchas
ing elsewhere. Call and see. JL. F. GAGER.
Mar. 14, . 1 y.
GOOD N eW"T0i1e"0LD SOL
DIERS! Every soldier who served fourteen
dny in any war since 190. or has been in battle, is en
titled to hit) acres ot hind. If deceased, widows and
minor children are entitled to the bounty. Widows of
Revolutionary soldiers are also entitled; also Volun
teers at Plattsbur'h and Lewistown, in 18 12, IS 14. and
Chaplains, Teamsters aud all connected with
the service, are included in the Uw.
The experience and success of the ndersismed. In
the prosecution of Bounty Land and other claims, in
duces him to oder his services to the soldier, and oth
ers iaterested in the prosecution of this claim I think
I can give satisfaction, aud warrant success to ail the
soldiers who may apply to me. I will be found at my
tiflice, over Souths fc McCombs Store.
J. F. ASPER, Atty at Law.
Warren, 3Iar. 7, 'i5. 3m.
ODLI. SINGING UUOK.
oxa qraitTRK or williom corirs I
TUB CYTIIARA. .
BY I. B. WOOD'BURY. Since the
publication of the ''Dulcimer" to the issuing of
the "CVTHARA. one ..uirtcx million copies of Mr.
Woo iUiry's boks have been sold. Such is the ac
knowledged exceL-nce of tlie Dulcimer, both in kind
and tpiality. that it has been made the model for every
popular Music Book published since it's appearance.
For it's eima! ty esteemed successor, the Cythara. enthu
siastic praises reach ua frosa ail quarters of toe coun
try A SECOND EDITION OF TWENTY TH0C3AXD
Is now ready. In whTch the few slight errors which es-cat-ed
notice in the first twenty thousand are corrected.
Published by g. J. HrvrisoTM, New Xork.
jan 4 5j, KING ck COMPANY, Cleveland, 0.
THE MODERN A RC H ITFCT,or
X. Eyery Carpenter his own Master, embracing
Plans, Elevatious. Specifications, Framing. 4tc. for
Private Houses. Classic Dwellings, and Churches, to
which is added the new system of Stair building. II
lustrate l with sixty-five engravings. By Edward Shaw.
Fur Sitle for the first time in a Book-store, at
il AU persons indeltted by note or book account to
the late firm of 3. 6l 0. Mosxa, are hereby notified to
call forthwith and suuare up. SAMUEL MOSER.
Feb. 14 'ii-tf.
UJTaX BARETT'S PATENT
HOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are role agenu
lor the County of Tmmitull. It is warranted to crimp
ihe uugaest p.ece ot Leather in He. wuaate., which il
Iretpieuily take, an hour or more to do the same piece
of work. It stands without a rival. We would respect
lully call the attention of onr friends of the craft to
the .ttltiect. Do not forget the place. No. 20, Main St.,
Warren, O. Id 131 J AS. McCON NELL at Co.
"VJ0TTCE. The copartnership of John
XI L. Weeks & Co., is this diy by mutual consent
dissolved. All person, indeoted to toe same firm are
requested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book account, pay to John L. Week, and those by note,
pay to A. Went. JOHN L. WEEKS.
Feb. 14th 'ii. A.W ENTZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the buaines
as heretofore at the old stand. A good stock of elotbs
and ready made clothing, and also a good assortment
of hats, and caps, constantly on hand.
Feb. 21. 'ii. JOUL. WEEKS.
THE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IX
JL TWELVE TE ARS ! There has been a great deal
of pu:fin? ami steamin? going on in the town papers,
a thing I never was in the" habit of doinr. 1 only take
this simple method of informing my old customers, and
Ihe public in general, that I have commenced keeping
small llrocery and Beer Hall, on Main street. No. ,1.
(the German Sign.) where you can find Mich grocery
articles usually kept in such a store. I also keep keep
in hand a first rate article of ALE and BEER, and in
t ite all of those who are friends of the same. The Hall
is kept open every day. Sunday, excepted.
Warren. Jan. 31st, leii. D. BISHOP.
STOVES, TIN WARE, &c THE
KING OF STOVES, for aale by B-P. Jameson 4c
Co., with a new ar.d elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Oenesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, elevate,
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
Woman. Right, ctove.
IT JAMESON & CO., continue to
. manufacture Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper beaters.
Eave trouitlis put up on short notice, and warranted
of good mater .al; also, all kind, of Job Work don, iu
W arren. March 29. lSi
OUTTER AND SODA CRACKERS.
X ) We hare made arrangement, with the DuQneson.
Cracker Factory, by which we are constantly receiving
their ceb-l.rat.-l Crackers, and which we otter to Dealers
or at retail, at the lowest rates. Warranted the best
and Cheapest in the market.
DI N LAP ot STEWART. 4. S Market SL
jan 17 "5i '
THE DANCING PART OF
MMl'N ITY. We would respectfully call their
attention to a spleuded lot of ti.aT s !aitexs, warrant
ed to lit anyjiind of a foot; which must be sold, or
given awav, call sTcn and examine.
janlT'ii. JAS M. CONNELce CO.
FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR
JJ LANDS. TIMOTHY PEED. The undersigned are
n tw in receipt of a large lot of Timothy Seed grown in
Iowa, and entirely free from all other Seed.
Fowler. Feb. 21. 'ii iw D. ANDREWSkCO.
T ARE CHANCE FOR A BAR-
AL UAIN. The three story Biiek Building.
known as the-'City H ill." is ottered for sale-on H"t
easy terms, as I wish to leave this neck of the woods al
soon as possible. jan 17 'ii, M. McMANL'S-
'HYPES OF MANKIND, or Ethnolog-
X lescarches based upon the ancient noun
bents, Paintiu-;s. Scultors aud Crania of races, and
upon the r Natural, GographicaL Philological, Biblical
history by J. C. Noti aud Geo. &. Gilddon. Price
$j,0O - A few copies just ree'd at ADAMS,
jan I ".
1 0HN D0WLING S History of Ro-"
99 ciauism, it's doctrines and ceremonies, it's politi
cal and religious machinery, it's pojies and couneels,
it,s mtoleiaie Spirit a 'id murdcruas practices, from it 'a
i,e-iu to the present day at. BALDWIN '&
CAMP111NE OR PINE OIL, anJ
Burning Fluid, fur sale by
jaa .4 'i'.. E. A. SMITH Jt Co.
''HE LANDS OF THE SARACEN,
or pictures of Palestine Asia Minor, Sicily, and
tatn, Btyard Ti.ylT s bit trork. Ten copies iut
iec-iied at jan 17 A DA M
HO D E-N OS A W-NEE. or TrTtT
Leagues of the Ir-vmis, by Lewis 11. Mar-ran,
corrispoutliii- wtrmber if the Nea York Iliatoricat
Sttcicty, ol tae American Ethiiohtctl Society cc. Aw
elegant hook of .Vi pTeanti brautiful ma, forsa!
at ADAMS' BOOKSTORK. As well as a few mr of
fchose cheap f .mi.y bibUs. jaw ?4
CWANS' MANUAL. Fourth Edition
lO jut j-u-tl:.hed, new and re vised, and adapted to 111 s
present practice. A eompb-i, guide tor Executors, aa I
Admini.trat-trs, joet rceived by express a lare ui p.y,
a lb ij-n NEW VoKK llooivs 1'OKE.
L'KKCKEM TARTAR an I Supc -
I Carbonate S.nl.i. I J K. A. SM11H 4 Co.
TllR ll 4o-FORTEP
fc Cl ITAR. Whole f ri! ff
mle and Retail dealer a
in Piano-Fortes. Melotleona. Uuitan. Viol in, AC
deona. Sheet Mnsie. Instrurtioa Book for different
inetnuuenu. Jingli.li and Italian Guitar and Vi.li a,
Strings, and all deeriition. of Musical Merchandise.
Piano-Forte., Melodeon. and Aecordeon tuned and
retired, and all work warranted. Second-band Piano,
and Melodeou. uken ia exchange for new one.. All
Instrument, mold will be delivered free of charge, kept
in order for one year, and warranted for any length
of nine. Granite Block. Liberty iu, Warreu, Ohio. .
March Hi, 1W4.
HOOK 1 contain manv of the aces eons ever
published. Among them are the following:
Annie Laurie; Priau Donas Song; A Cot Beside th.
Hill; Burial of Mrs. Judson; Blanche Alaen: By lb.
Sad eVa Warea; Child' Wish; Do They Jtia. M;
Hrave of Wasbingson; Grave of Bonaparte; Heart and
Homes; Happy Bayadere: Had 1 Bet the. la thy
beauty; Ida May; I would I were a hoy again; l'r.
been roaming; Jamie', on the Stormy Sea: Raty Par
ling; Katy did and Katy didn't; Lola 1. our darling
pride: Lilly Dale Lilly Dear; Last Serenade: Mary ot
Arrie; My Father's coming httswe. Mother; Mountain-.
eer' Farewell; No More; Oh would I were a boy again;
Ossian's Serenade; Oh! Charming Mary; Oh! hoax of
my Childhood; Pauper". Funeral; Songs of other day.;
She sweetly sleeps; We mi thee; Wber-s an th. -friend,
of my youth: Thy name was one. a marie spell;
There, a sigh in the heart; We met hy chance; gong
of love; Yes. I have loved before; Tea, 'ti true thy
Katy now is sleeping: Sbo' only gone before; Why do ,
1 weep for thee; Yes, 1 have loved.
The above soots are flnety harmonised, and almoat '
any one of them i. worth the price of the Book. It
contain ofer 100 of th. beet aontrs extant, which
would cost in .beet mnsic at Wast $23. The Book i.
neatly bound, and i sold at the low price of l,l. A
new supply jast received at Pomeroy'. Music Store.
Ponies nrnmt-elv sent by mail on the rseeipt or $1.0.-
PIANO FORTES. The following
comprise in part the Mock of Piano Fortes aow
in my Ware-Rooa-i : Price.
Three 8 S Oct. Rosewood, ease plain table, each f-3
" ', - I0
fancy " " 3S
' - " extra nnUh S3S
.-.- ,iaiQ 25d
6 v - round corner 75
- " - extra large scale S75
7 t t- plain tables, round cor. 350
" 7 " " carved Roe. table, each a .
Nothing can surnas the richness of tone, beauty
and nnish of the last-naiaed. .
One second hand good lone - $150
The shore hare all been recently selected by myself
at the Manufactories, aad an in every respect superior
A liberal discount will be made from these pricas for
All Piano delivered and guaranteed to suit. -Warren,
NoT.je.JfiL 8. T. POMgROT.
THE GUITAR. We publish the fol-
JL lowing from Wm. Hall 4k Son', advertisement in
the WarUmai Tim: "With the gT-eat aad
increaseit attention now given to the study of music, th.
present demand for this beautiful and graceful Instru
ment should not be a matter of surprise. A few year,
ago it was quite a novelty to hear a Lady or 6entlem-aa
play the Uuitar. but the popularity of the instrument
has so greatly increased, that mer. is new scarcely a
family of any musical pretention, but at least one of it
members number among their aceonrplishatents that of
Playing the Guitar." William Mall Jt Sons are auUtinc
a very superior article ia that line, and their instru
ments are warranted to stand any climate. We have
those of their make, and also, the German and Spanish
Guitar, from t'i to $:U each Also urines of the very
best quality. S. T. POMEROx.
Warren, July 19.
S OMETHINGNEW ! CARHART'S
MHIj-iDF.OM INSTRUCTOR.! Thi. is aa invalu
able work to those learning to play the Melodeou. It ia
a large, neatly bound work, presenting a series of near
ly 2UU studio being a complete and progressive asetho-t
of instruction for the Melodeon or any reed in-rtmment.
To this is added a very valuable assortment of Songs,
Duetts, and Trios. Waltxes. Marches, Quick Step, Pol
kas, etc.; among which are the following :
Coquette Polka. Einn viaiu, .ess aiarcn, oer-a-nue .
Dream Waltz. Gins, Polka. Iron Boon Quick Step, I'U
pray for Thee, Saratoga Polka. Spirit Walta, Chora
from William Tell, Thou Hast Learaed t. Love Anoth
er, Lilly Dale Song and Quartette, Jamie's .a th.
Stormy Sea. Annie Lawrle, Fatal Ir Bible, Ite-, ail
choice f teces.
Then an nearly 100 rood piece of Music ia the
Book. Price $1,110. It will be sent by mail to any one
sending $1.00 and 4 postage Ramps.
W arren, April 13. l?o-t. o. T. rvatsui.
MEL0DE0NS. A new lot just re
eeiTed Carhart's best all .iae.. Four e
Piano just received, and aa many men will he opened
in a few days. I have now an elegant assortment of
old snd new Piano, Melodeon, fcc -he.
Call and hear, at S. T. POMEROY 3
Sept. 30. :
CHURCH OR PARLOR ORGAN.
adapted for a small Church or the Parlor. Is now for
sale at a very low price, at POMEROYS'S
Sept. SO. Music Store.
CANE"SEAT PIANO" AND i MEL0
DE0N STOOLS, just received at
Sept. -.11. POMEKOT-a.
SEVERAL very superior new Pianos
Just opened at POME ROY'S
Sept. SO. Music Store.
" "few melodeons torent
1 V now on hand, S. T. POMEROY"
Sept. JO. .
AXPINB GLRB 3INSBR,
SEMINARY CLASS BOOK.
COTTAGB. GLBBS, c
Just received at POMEROY'S. Ang. S.
CARHART'S MELODEON 1N
STRUCT0R a new supply at POMSROY'8. "
ONE SECOND HAND 4 0C. MEL0
DK0N, very good tone, can be bought for $30, at
Ang. i. POMEROY'S.
BASS VIOLS, Guitars, ClaronetU and '
Violins s large supply just received by
August S. P0MBB0T.
SOME more of those Second Hand '
Piano, just received at POMEROY'S.
A fETRONOMES, or time-keepers,
I? A. with and without a bell, for marking off aira-
ores, for sale at POMJiR'JY'3.
Bvery Music Teacher
should hare one.
MUSIC BOOKSjust received at
POMEROY'S. The Hallelujah, Cythara, Chime,
Young Folks Glee Book; Dodworth t Brass Baa
School; AnUser Organist; Jvhnson's System of Har
mony, dec, etc-, all valuable works.
Warren, November I. 1S54.
FOSTER'S SOCIAL ORCHESTRA.
A larire supply just received. This hi jast the
Book that little ciuua of Violinist and Flutists want,
and we are happy to say they are be -(inning to find it
out in this section aa they hare already done im tha
Eastern Sutes. We are prepared to furnish them aa we
do everything else at the New tork retail price, 91,00.
Orders by mail promptly ailed. S. T. PoMJSttOY.
May X '.
CARHART'S MELODEONS are the
best Reed Instruments in the world. A fresh sup
ply just received at POMEROY'S.
GUITARS. A very respectable arti
cle can now ho bought at POMEROY'S for $3 -4ft.
PIANO STOOLS Plush and Hair
Cloth Stools, a sne assortment: also cheap Cans
Seat do., at may 31 j POMEROY '3.
I PORTABLE Music Siands, at
may 31 POMEROY'S.
FINE TONED 4 KEYED IY0RY
TIPPEO VL(Trls,with a box. can be bought at
POMEROY '3 Music Store for $2 12 othen in propor
tion. ' Jan. 7.
Zcndel's Melodkos Lvstrcctor;
Baker. Piano-Forte ditto ;
Burgmnller's ' ditto
Bertini'. Complete and Abridged ditto ; at
Jane 7. - ; POMEROY'S.
THE Seminary Class Book ; a capital
JL Singing Book for Schools aad Private Classes, i
June 7. ; 8. T. POMEROY.
Cottage Glees, a new supply, at
jnn 7 PO'mBBQT'S. '
Dodworth's Brass Band School ; a
splendid thing, for sale by POME ROT.
A LOT of ele-niut Flutinas, from 58
X V to $35, just recd at Ian 7 POMEROY'S.
MUSICAL TERMS, com-
fjvuv plete ihctionary , for sale by
T UNER'S GUIDE. A complete trea-
- . tise on tuningand repairing Pianos and Melo Jooa.
Price io cw., at . POMEROY'S.
May 3, '54.
USIC FOLIOS, at
May 3, 54.
POME Rf IT'S.
EST Silver Violin Strings, at
May 3. '54. POMEROVS.
OLD Violin G Strings, at
MayS, 51. POMEROY'S.
7ARREN SASH, Blind and Door
T T Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, having entered Into copart
nership in the manufacture of SASH, JTL I N I8 and
POORS, wiil hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine aud Poplar, of all si.es in use, and of the best
quality, which they will sell oa reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufactr.re of VKNITIA5
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpvu( any hereto
fore offered to the pnolic.
We will also continue ttte manufacture of PANEL
POORS, of the latest stylos, and of a superior quality.
AU w.rk mad at our establishment will be warranted,
ss we use nothing but the tnsat qualitjr qf Lumber, and.
employ none but the first .las workmen. In our en
Jen vors to serve our customers, we will keep pace with
sil improvements in our business, aad conversant wrUt
til late styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
Wc would tovile ail wishing to purchase the aborear
.Iclts, to call at our oce, when we will be found at all
hours of the day, fur we shall give oar constant per
tonal superintenin to the uctails or our ousinesa,
E. SPEAR SON.
Jan W. I.ui3. Successors to Edward Spoor.
XSMITH i CO., (Late H.vt7
. Bra, 4t Co..) XO. S, MA I.I STREET, WARREN,
0 - Dealer, in Drug's. Medicines and Chsmicais, P'aar
Huceotical prenarauons. Perfumery, 4tc. Also, a full
sssartmeut uf Paints, Oili, Winduaj Glass, Vayaiabes,
Brutthea, Ike. hole agents ia the place (or the aale of
J:iue'i Family Medicines. Ayer'e Cherry Pec tor land
-ilber popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicine and Physioon a pi ictiprtons K
sirately aud pr aipily pu up
r O T. POMEROY, ,l
--7 O. TEACHER Of , ; . !
fcJTTS ITS TUB HIANO-sOKTir' ."I