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flr:;ni.l S IDA US, Prcjinrlors.
tns-Oae U r a i I r'.uy Cent.
D (1 tar, if iayent is tit lc in a li
No )ap?r dtscuutmu 1 :ilu nil nrre .res a
CXCCt at the nituoii of the i::li.!.ors.
RATES Of ATVKBTI.IN1
Twelve lines, wr iw. one iusrtiou,
- t to
" three '
4 eicha l.litional ilis.-vti-in.
Twelve lines, or less, tlircc months, -
Twenty-t.uir lines, tl-ree inoi-l
Thirtv u lines, three uiontlis
- ' - six " li
- " tvrelwe " If
Advertising over tais amount, at the rate of fifty did
tars per column.
Address Cards, inserted for the year, at tl UOrline.
rlsvim a well selected aortment of Job Printing
snati ial, we are 'wvparod to execute in the very 11
' Banner all kiwis of plain and fancy Bok and Job
fin ss -
Cheek Books, Bill Heads,
.-tires' Blanks, Lawyer' Blanks,
rtow Bill, Certificates.
Bills. Bank Checks,
More Bills, Ittlb of Lading,
Ball Tickets, Manifests, etc.
v fu-t ever. -thin done in ttie snane ol i-rnuine. at
svrh prices as cannot fail to unit, and on the shorts
notice. We keen eontntly on han.l a carefully selec
ted assortment of Onrds and line Stationery, Trota which
kose in want of 1'rintinr can select.
Jaicta' and Constables' Blanks,
WARRANTEE, MOHTOAC.E 4; QUIT-CLAIM DEEDS
iritw, vktiiosi;, si nro:, nr .
Coasta utLr on hand and tor sale.
Programme for the Fourth.
The ily will be ushered in by a can
nonade Sitlute of thirleen gun at sunrise.
The people will assemble on the Public
Square al 10 o'clock A. M. when the ex
ercises will proceed in the following or
Music by the Band.
Prayer by Ksv. Mr. Bais.
Music by the Band.
Reading of Declaration of Indepen
dence by J. D. Cox, Esq.
Music by the Band.
Oration by D. Cadwell, Esq.
Music by the Band.
At the noon intermission a graud na
tional Salute will be fired, and at 2
o'clock the Mass Convention will again
meet on the Square, the business of cp
pointing delegates to Columbus will be
performed, and sjieoches will be deliver
ed by the Hok's. Edward Wade, Mr.
Sherman, of Cleveland, and other invi
ted Speakers. .
The hour of meeting, both in the morn-i
ing and afternoon will be indicated by .1
signal shot from the cannon. The Bal-
loon ascensions, and the grand display
of fire works in the evening will take
place in acccrdanee writh the announce
ment the hand-bills.
An exhibition by the Union School
' was given on Friday last. The grounds
of F. Kinsman, Esq , had been ihrou-n
open by kindness of the proprietor, for the
occasion. The grounds, beautif ul in ihem.
selves, gave evidence of ladies' skill, by
wreaths of flowers suspended from the
trees, and boquets tastefully disposed up
on aud around the speakers' stand.
The exercises were opened by prayer,
by the Rev. Mr. Clakk, followed by inu
ic by the . Warren Band, which bad
cheerfully volunteered its sei vices, then
a song by t lie scholars of the primary
schools. The salutatory address was
wrll adapted to the occasion. Several
declamations, (one in particular,) were
-excellent. Where all were so good, it
would be invidious to discriminate. The
songs by the different schools, interspersed
xhrough the exercises, were a very agree
able feature Uncle Sam's Farm pro
voked many smiles. , The quartette "E
Pluribus Uuum," was performed well.
The Dew Drop, the papfr tdited by
the young ladies, we feci decidedly joal
ous of. If many copies were to be prin
ted, it would ruiu the circulation of both'
Chronicle and Democrat. - .The parody
on Longfellow's Psalm of Life,7 was cap
ital, aud the shot at the school regulations,
hit the mark.
J. Dolsox Cox, in behalf of the moth
ers, addressed the suporintcndani, express
ing the higii estimation in which they
held his persevering and successful la
bors. Mr. Marvin, though somewhat over
come by the unexpected tribute paid him,
made a reply, .expressing bis gratitude
for the sympathy shown, and the earnest
disposition exhibited by all, in so many
ways, to afford him cvety needed aid aud
support, and spoke in high terma of the
labors of bis predecessors, J. D- Cox and
M. D. Leggett. His honor, Judge Day,
allowed the deep interest he felt in the
cause of education, by adjourning the
Court ior three hours, in order that the
members of the bar, (several of whom
we:c directors, could be present. The
audience was la 'ge, and all seemed to be
The while affair was highly credila
bl" uli concerned. Creditable alike to ihc
scholars, who had
exhibited such marks
the teachers with ut
-of nroficiency, to
whose labors the improvement cnuld not
have beou made, to the mothers whose
delicate uttuiiiiuis La 1 been so huppily
conceived, aud creditable to gool ju Ig.
loenl ttnj liberality of tiin citizens, w ho
had fo-'icred so efficient a system of uin'on
Bounty Land Warrants.
The Old Soldiers who served in the
war of 1812, and others who are now
receiving their warrants for Bouuty Land,
are referred to the advertisement f Mr.
Edward A. Smith, of this place, in
another column, as containing something
of interest to them. The warrants aie
at present in active demand, and are
commanding a greater price than they
probably will iu two or three months,
Bfhen they will be more abundant aud
consequently cheaper. Mr. Smith prom
ises to give the highest market price, and
those who have any to disposed of,
.iould give bim an early call.
No Crime. At the last session of the
Court of Common Pleas, for Mahoning
Co., the Canfiel J Sentinel says, " not a
single criminal case w as tried during the
. teim, and not un indictment w.is fouud by
Jhe grand jury." Wherever the liquor
lw is observed, .crime has materially de-preased.
i ii -it
t l,BAT" n,"B':'-u Ti
icratiDHonSitJunlay Inst, cuttinjgrasst.ii
! the public square. Owiiy lo some j.art
being impelled, (tliisboing the first tri
Mitii.i.'!f nrW niacliini'.) some difficulty
j was. experienced, !mt
in a short lime it
: was put 1,1 'u"
I a! loll.
It iI.k-s lis
tvoik i 1', huJ mil cur, (w'll; ;t
l.orses, mi ! "tie mmi, 1 ti'''it
ut-rt-s pT il.iy .
- Mmuif-iclured mi 1 suM by T. II. Mor
1 ley tfc Co.
Independent Horse Rake.
Dclanc's Horse Kik'. the cm rtiiJ ad
veriifi mcul of wliich, will be found in
another column, is undoubtedly the best
article of the kkid ever invented. It is
peculiarly adaptel to the West, raking
euallv as well on smooth and uneaven
siui fces, is easier managed, does its
woik ia the best luauner, with great la-
pidily, is not liable to get out of order,
and is not expensive.
Sabbath Evening Lectures.
The subject of Discourse on next Sab
brith evening, in the Babtist Church,
will be : " Tle Doctrine of the Resur
rection of the Body, with ibe Objections
lo that Doctrine."'
We are in receipt of several Com in u
uicalioiis, the publication of which, we
are compelled, by press of matter, to
postpuue until the lu-xl p:iper.
A Distinguished Visitou. Edmund
J Lafayette, a grandson of the Marquis De
Lafayette, so distinguished as the brave
and generous champion of American In
dependence, has been spending a few
days in Deleware, with the Du Punts,
who were the early friends of the Gen
eral. The Wilmington Journal says :
' In company with a few friends, he
Iibs visited all the places of interest in
vicinity; one of bis enrliest visiu being
to the sceue of the battle of Chadd's
Ford, in which his ancestor first shed his
blood in our cause. The very spot up
on which the General was standing when
he was wounded was pointed out by some
of the old residents.
" Ml. Lafayette is about 2G years of
age, of fine countc-nauce, and engaging
manners. He bears some resemblance
to his grandfather, though a much hand
Geo. W. Ross, convicted of robbing
the Bramble House in Layfayettc, la.,
two or three months ago, and sent to
the Penitentiary, from which he subse
quently escaped, committed suicide
while on his way to prison, after he had
been re-arrested. He was about to be
married to a young lady in Lafayette
when he was charged with the robbery,
though, from expressions he used after
he had swallowed ihe 6trychnine, it ap
pears that he had already a wife.
The Crimea. From a dispaich rhich
bad been received at the Admirality
from Sir E. Lyons at Kertch, dated May
31, it appears that the squadron in the
Sea of Azoif had appeal ed before Gen
itchi, landed a body of seamen and mar
ines, and after driving the Russian force J
from the place bad destroyed all the de
pots and vessels laden with corn and sup
plies for the Russian army. Only one
man was wounded. Since entering the
Sea of AzoQ 4 steamers-of-war and 540
vessels employed in conveying supplies
to the Russian army in the Crimea have
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
THE highest market price will be paid
for Land WarrauU of all sizes.
Tlioae uavine; Warrants to dispose of. wilt please call
on the subscriber, at E. A. Smith fc Co.'s Dri Store.
W arren. June 2, Ituo-y EDWAKB A. SMITH.
INDEPENDENCE B ALL at the GAS-
L. KILL HOL'SE. A general invitation is extended
to all to be inTMut on the even i 11 of the 4iU of July.
al lite tiaskill liouee.
COMBS & VAUTROT, Silver and
Brass 11 iters, and Manufacturers of eaddbry
Hardware, Main street. Warren. O. je 27
EEVES HOUSE, Sharon, Mercer
Pa. The subscrUrer, having wirchased the
Hotel ou the canal, formerly kept by S- On in by, and j
tho roughly repaired and refurnished it, is now pre par-
to entertain his friends and Uie public generally, in I
a style not to he suipassed in this section of country. !
June 20, 1P55. 3tn J. REEVES.
Ili. T RS rw Fiun.v IrRnrpRr
AND rKoVlalON STOKE, at "Fresco Hall,n
corner of Market and Liberty streets. Warren, O.
The citizens of W arren have long stood in need of a
Family ircery and Provision Store, where they can
grt such Groceries and Provisions as they want, without
running all over town, aud then going home without
them. Fresco Hall' is now just the place for the
public to buy their Cured limits of all kinds, as well as
Fish. Flour, Lard, ttutiar. Tea, Codec, Kice. Sutrs,
6 pices, and all other ar.icles that are usually ke.it in an
es-Stb.isiisneui of this kind. Come, everybody ! Bring
y-ur wtf , and buy the substaotials and luxuries of lite
whre you can cet just what and all you want.
Warren, June 7, loij.-tf J. B. DRAKE.
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, at Fresco
T f Hall, by the barrel or pound,
For sale y
J. B. DRAKE.
"O UTTER ! BUTTER! BUTTER !
Put up for family use, cau he found at
Hair at ail tiaies.
for aale by
J. B. DRAKE.
lbs SUGAR-CURED HAMS!
Just rec.ircd al Fresco il-ill, and forsal.
juniT J. B. UK A KB.
FRESH LARD ! for sale by
June'-T. . J. B.
ilbsSUG AR CURED SHOULD-
J. B. DRAKE.
for s:ile by
OD FISH at "Fresco Hall." For
f jun 27
J. B. DRARK.
UKlti) BEEF Just received st " Fresc.
Hall," and for sale l.y jun it J. B. PRAKK.
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
at "Fresco Uall," auj for sale hv
J. B. XlRAKR.
EXAMINATION fc EXHIBITION.
Tue Ea'imination of tlie Summer Term of the
Vienna Aewiemy will b- held on Friday, Jn!y 6U, com
mencing at o'clock A. 31.
An Inhibition .ill be riven in the ereiilng.com
men in at J o'clock.
The 1 aSlic are resiiectfully invited to attend.
Jui.e j. JJ. ANDERsON, Princinal.
C II A N G E. SOMETHING NEW
oli UUiouis formerly occitied bv H. W. Hollo ay, to
gether with the entire stock and interest of same, bav
in been purchased by LAKE Ac 31ABHI1. experienced
Daiern.-otyjist4, they arc now prepared to rxecuuLe
work in the lest stle of the art.
Having a lar?e amount of Stock, and Cases of all
kinds and sixes, tltey tlaurr themselves that they can
give entire satisfaction u all who lariy favor theui with
No Pictures mill be sold unless they are positively
Cotiie old, come young, come great and small.
To the Daguerrean Kooius over "Fresco Hail."
Warren, Jmi J7. lr.Vi.-3iu
riONTKOVKRSY between Senator
W ll.-O'iks and t Ji.hn. Arrhtisho of Xe. Vrt. on
ihe ("lurch 1'rojH.Tt.v Kitl, with pnraitsnf hutb. Price,
iieeliH. je-JT ATBLD-.U.'S.
I EViEWS. Westminster, North Bri-
J 1 tii,
t Loudun (Quarterly.
AT i:ALlriN r.
LAMARTLNE'S Histori- ok Tchkev,
jei AT BALbrt lX's.
COUNTRV LIFE ILLUSTHATED
Ji-JT AT BALDWIN'S.
V EAVES FROM A FAMILY JOUR-
i-iSI. I iu2T AT BALDWIN'S.
COMMON-PLACE BOOK OF
1. V TbouUl, Xiuiiories and Fancies.
I" E CURE MANQUE, or Soci.I nd
L-J R'l g'.ous Customs iu France.
jcT AT BA".IW1.VS
17OU RTifOr JU L Y PIC TORI A LS
L j.'.-; AT BALDWIN'S.
ly discovered antidote, which is claimed to be the greas
ed est discovery ever made.
This specific is so harmless that it ma be taken by
persons of every age, sex or condition, and it will net
; AU OlNST.VItLrS IS TIIE STATE
OF OH IU.
he ready fur lU-liwry aut
Jiifticrt ol' lb; IV a it; niI Constables,
I IN t lV.L ASO 1CIM1KAI. UlCti. l- 1H HI ATK tit UU O
It V J t F k' E K t 0 N i'ALv,
1TTUKI KV AT UW. 1 A K R K M, OHIO.
J To luvtrt the grrat .U-i.MfMl f-v a l this descri
t'ii. iulAt'.i :u tht: Lir ol .i.c ri.tl of Oliio, m tU- J
t-x i.il.id iwr.f U e i-e i. t rey rcpart I.
1- a .j,.- hi ;Mgt. ui'a.s.i l tj.i,-iul emhrtkcct:
, 4r j.s i. i- Am lav it for ;rlr -f rn.i :.cfore Jmfgtnert
for U nt ut lit,'if v in.
" ui..(-r a.-ifi..n i-ir.
in Ait Ari.mt or tj Fore i Me Kntry
and U.-i ur Fttrctltlr Iteii'
li nt on . i ii - il l'riiMrty.
for Ml i. ii i.- :-l -t.' i.f-l 34 W itacsf.
" ' ftirOt.Sr nt Arrest m-!u ud 4ifti.l
J a. i'u.i i.t.
Fur:n f ir nmmons.
S . pii-iu.
AUMolitwu s aint Witness.
A".iriiU!i nirms o( Kxt.-iit:uus.
t;: mm tins with Onicr tu u'c t.oo Is and ClutteU ia U
j Nut ire to ilaru shee ia Attachment.
j 13 forms for Ktrns ly t'-miaM.: on a! I tlic var:m:s
1 Writs is?urti in u it.I Action.
lnUrt.ikiiig tor Cojt.
j before Or.ler of Airest can lssu;.
Varif,,r,B of t'uJertakinusami Uouds to be uieu
hy Constat) lc.
rnUeitaLin for Appeal,
Venire w Jury.
O.uh to Jiirv.
Ccrtirtcatc to Authenticate a Transcript.
Docket Kntry in cae of Judgment on C onfesfion.
on a Tri.ii iy Justice. Civil Anion.
" on a Triil hy Jury, Civil Act:ou.
Forms throughout miH- r Uie It tstanly Art.
Full form 4 iii cases of Complaint to Keep the Teace.
Itail for Costs in Criminal Cases.
Alhdavit fur Assault and lUu-ry, II'r Stxiliu. ii 11
trlary, IVtit L-irren, SaM-uh Hrcakin. &c
Attidavit nudcr the Firit. Second, Thud, Fourth and
Fifth Sections of the Act to I'ruvideaaiiiAttiie Kills
resultin;-' from the L'sc of intoxicating Liquors iu th :
tt.iu of Ohio.
Forms of Kec;Miiz.inces. A c.
Also, a complete ltocket Hntry in a Criminal Cum,
Assault and Battery, Vc.
'!... I e.,,...,.. ..1.1 I,.- ttiJ M..inhfd f II...
! Ifc.r iu Traml.itll County, Julc U unity, ol the urre'jju
Ctoirt, Jud-rc Brotrn, ot t!ii Probate Court, Jtc
! K 'Util Price. ON K lOLLAlL
For sale, wholesale ami retail, hy the fiuhscriher. by
whom the trade .au be supplie-1 on l!'Tal lermt.
K. A. A. DAI.liWJ.V.
June 27. I took Seller and tatiuuvr. Warren, O.
L K ME NESS !L A M E N ESS ! !
THE UKKAT SPECIFIC!
chi re Solvent k tienenil Notice to answer to mariji
ts. who have addressed uie for prescrip
Kin? Bone. 3 tiuuf.
ISiuce my reitlcure in the We-tt. h ttert without nutn
(t-r, from ersoual friendn and caual arU-iuUtnces
come to hand, soliciting some of the prep.na:ion 1 luve
formerly made um: of on uiy own stick, lor the are of
th.it trri.lf latnrue9i. SIUAIN OF TIIK COFFIN
JOINT, jnd those otittr blemtshe atfl ills, bl'AVlN.
Cl'KUS. WEEN KV. &.C. As far a prarticahl.-, I
have resjHjudid thereto; tmt w reply to all a thfjr
come a loo ir. from York tat. Delaware, Hnnsylvauia
and my own" Ohio, is niter iy iniravitcalle, without
Uie assiittauce of an extra clerk, backed up by a ctr
IN Kill KK I shull charceOne Dollar for the prct a
ration, forwarded in il powdered rtate, hy mail. jnt
utid, t any post otlii-e in the t'uiou. For the tieuenl
of stranrers 1 won Id remark, thai the remedy is knoun
as the " Uossiter Liniment."
Farties to whom I have heretofore forwarded the
Kossiter 'free, gratis, all for nothing," cau now maVe
returM by teti in r owners of lame stock how to obtain a
prompt and positive remedy.
It may not be iniproer to add, that this Solvent1
(us the eastern horsemen style it.) has been quite ex
tensively used by several prominent dealers in Third
Avenue and Market street Dray. Stare and ltmd ll-irws,
as I have. dnrinr visits to New York and I'lnUdelplva,
taken (Mtins to have this Liniment tried in various case j
of hlcniisnes and accidents. Those who have valu tt le
stock, whose usefulness is paralysed or dctrovd by
Hiite Bone, Curb, Hfavin, paiIlS of the Bark Sinea s.
and that most dinVuilt of all to cure (in fact, its locality
is scarcely detected br an onlinary observer.) vU:
Strain in the Cottin Joint, will tiud in this solvent aud
tirenrt!iener an etlicient cure
IGrTAKB I'AKTlCt'LA K NOTICE That when the
ItossiLer Liuiinent is tiesirejl lor any of the rnomxiNT
aiLMENin, like Umg Bone, Saviu. Stc.,corrondeiiLJ
Biust specially st;ti it in the order enclosing: the mouty.
as this is not any of the thousaud aud one humours of
the day, to be u-cJ iudiscrimiuately for all acciucLt j
and diseases that horseflesh ia heir to, but is a soecilic
nmedy, used wiUt an aJjuuct prccniLiou ui bad
No aitcuttou will hereafter be paid to h-Lters ordering
the Eossitr, unless accompanied by the cau.
Persons who desire to avail themselves ol this cute,
should write soon, as next f ill I wUi uot have tiiue to
attend to this business. Extracts from many leUfri
could he given, commendatory of the Kossitei, but I
do not wish to confound Uii remedy with the mati
humbuzs aud ephemeral vam pyres that float on thn
surface of the "heal 1 up art1 sjaLained alone oy ready
made certilicates of peuuy-a liners; et it may not fo
unt of place to co;y a few liues from a U tter n'cently
publihetl iu one of the Key City" papers, in conncc
tion with which it should be remarked, that acting ujmhi
hint couLiiued in a k'Uer retpiestin? some of the Lin
imeut, where Uie writer st-ited, " if it works such currs
as it did on the old sorrel lat year, you ouht to let
them know out west tiirousru the papers, how to get t'tc
thing. Myself and neighbors who have tried it. would
pay any price for it." 1 advertised to forward the Sol
vent by mail, aud the letter above referred to, made
"Among your alvertisiuR columns, which give indi
cations that. Ui 1st your Dutaiuue merchants kep heavy
supplies of staples, they nevertheless are able to catT
to the taste of thoso who seek the delicacies and ele
gancies of social life. I was pleased to observe thtt
the Kossiter Linimeut was now openly before the pub
lic. Of this article let me say, that several oerasioitf
where it bad beeu used for King Bones and Bwenry,
came to my notice, and horse owners can rely on iu
be ins sure cure." (Sigued)
Quincy, III., May 2, lf-o5. U. W. C. MaKrrm.'
The above speaks far itself, and in lieu of hu.ntDg
certificates, I herewith make direct reference to poron
who have used tiie Kossiter, or seen stock to which it
hod been applied:
Jo ii Ja ksna.at Kose Hill SlaMes, New York.
(Mr. J. is celebrated for his success with horses suf
ferin from Lung Fever.)
L. (iOodku h, Uchosti-r, K. Y.
Hon. Johs Column, Milford, Delaware.
CoL Ji'X)i QTillsow, Frederick s'nirg. Md.
TavLoi Iifuitaa. 4-5 Market st 1 1'hilailelpM.v :
James Hiogiks, ichenectaly, N. V. -
(Mr. H.is owner or the splendid horse. "Eddy, 3
half brother (in common parlance) of .Mr. I' el ton's ma
o in cent Black Hawk eolt, Kenneec.,,)
Direct orders, enclosing One Dollar, to my addresn,
and return pout will bring a package of the Kossiter
Liniment in its powdered (date.
Only Due Dollar to cure a Kin Rone ! !
CIJAKLKS K. HARMON.
Cole'iurg, Delaware Co., Iowa. jwi-jtm
13110DES FEVER & AGUE CURE,
X) OR-NATCRE'3 INFALLIBLE ISPKCIFIC. For
thel'reveutioii and cure of intermittent and K-'tuiUei.t
Fevers, Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Dumb Ague,
General Debility. Night Sweats, and all other forms ol
disease which have a common origin iu Malaria or Mi
asma. This subtle atmosph ric poison which at cer
tain season is unavoidably inhaled it every breath, is
the same in character wherever it exists North, ouih.
East or West,--and will everywhere yield to this new-
snoatitute for one disease others still worse, as is too
olten the result iu the treatment by Quiuiiie, Mercury,
ancuic, auti uvutrr (xiiouuuus or ueiuT,t:riou ii ut, no.
a particle of auy of which is .1 iinitted into this pre.uz
The proprietor distinctly claims these extraordinary
result from the use of this xatlkaj. aktidute to wai
It will entirely protect any resident or traveller even
iu the most sickly or swampy localities, from any Ague,
or Riilious disease whatever, or auy injury from con
stantly iu hail ing Malaria or Miasma,
It will instantly check th? Ague in persons who bavj
su tiered for any lugib. of time, from one day to tweiti r
years, so that they need never have another chill, h
continuing its use according to directions.
It will immediately relieve all distressing results ct
Billious or Ague diseases, such as general debilit),
night sweats, Vc. The patient at ouce begins to recov
er appetite and -t eugih, and continues until a pcrma
ucnt and radic.ll cure is effected.
Finally, its use will banish Fever and Acne from
families, and ail ciasee. Farmers and all la or inl
ine n by adopting it as a preventive, will be free from
Ague or Billious attacks in that season of Uie year
which, while it La the, most sickly, is the most valuable
One or two bottles will answer for ordinary cases,
some may require more.
Directions printed iu German, French and Bianisb:
accotuiiauy each bottle.
Price one dollar. Liberal discounts made to th !
Trade circulars forwarded smi application, and the.
article will be consigned on liberal terms to responsi
ble parties in every section of the country.
JAS. A. RHODES Proprietor,
Providence. K. I.
A 'IK NTS Cincinnati, J. D. Park; Columbus, G. Ro
be its. For sale by Medicine dealers generally. je-j'
VE SHAKERS, READ !
J On of the many testimonials rccctrci almol
daily, it. favor of lUiont' Ftvta as it Aura Lire, w hirl.
Lcuifumo, ruloii Co-, Pa., )
3Iny 2. li-aj. $
Ms J. A. Rhodes Dear Sir: Tlte box of medicine
you sent me was dnly received on the 1 1 tit of April,
aud I band you herewith, receipt for the iue
I hareotd sut one lialf of it, and so far the people
whohareusM ft are sttisficd that it hascuied tlieaij--It
has oerp lolt-toprrd th;- Ague it every one who bat
used it, and Xs of 4hc cases were of long Manning.--bly
sist-jr, wlio has had it fur five or six years back, I
eould never get it stopped, except by Wuinine.aad thnl
only an long as she would take it, is boa, I think, en
tirely rurt-d hy your remedy.
If it tUus continues to kt-ep olT the Am, as I tUinl;
it will, you may exect from me lare orders.
I am, sir, yours, very truly,
je2-4ni C. JL MttilNLY.
r P H E ST A TE6Tr oTl 10 f Tr u u ib ul
-JL County, ss. In the Probate Court.
P.tt D. K er,(iuardian to Francis E. Jtogersi Petition
Franc s E. Kogcrs. 1 ' sell Inn I
The defendant. Franc rn E. Ropers, living iu Nor
wicfa, Connecticut, is notitie! tl-uu Pitt D. Kogerjj. hi
lnardian. in order to invest the money to be urr ad
vantage and more to the interest of his Mard, has bid
his petition in th-; Pru'at.e Court mi b-tid Coil'ity. :i-i,n
fur an order to sell the land of said Francis E. tiogers,
iitu:ue in llowlaml iu said County, bounded uorJi b
land belonging to the heirs of Moses fcrli: and land
belonging t- Just ph Perkins; on th- tat b JIu,uiti
Creei.; on Uie soiuh ty IujuJh of Iaac Kwalt: and on
the west by land bilunin,; lu the h-'r l Mo-s Karlr;
conUM.iii-r forty seven acres and and taent -one hun
dredths t. f ait acre, hiid IV'itin will be heard on tic
itiih day f July A. I). JKj, mid order grant el unle5
good reasou shall be sh.i arninut il.
June 27. 155 tw Att.v's for P-t nrrr.
TTAC1IM EXT NOTICE.
J oi 11 B. DiugTierty.
Trura nil CVjnlr, :
The d.-f-udant, John B. Dangherty, ill take notice,
that an attacHuieut has been issued aga'D-4 h:s goo Is
nd eh-ittls within said C'jn ty,at tlie ;utaace of tau
pUirt.ils in abuve cause, wh-i bri: g suit upon to
prumis-oiry n-tr snad- and fx-t ted bv s ud lautrh"'r
ty, Uio:i -.vti cn they el iim '.W. w ith iiiterest ti ou
Juue U, Irii. He it notttieJ that said cause ba -ing
been coiitticet, will le b;ar 1 tefore Je.le liall
Kiurh. E-q. Justice of the Peac- t his otfiee in Uar-
1 rn lay, tbc 1 day (T Aiu-mt nei'.at I o cLwk
Ll-sGGf. I T . CO.V,
June CT. -3ir
Al'.rn n s
PO JUSTICES OF THE 1
BBO'JT S LIFE OF NAPOLEON.
je.; AT BALDWIN'S
ARE CilANCE FOil A BARGAIN.
I The sn fcriber, wi!iii!g to r-moc Wot, "ers
r s.ilc h'n v ilua' b- LAND, jotu.n- m t.ii-l.ivits, Trnm-
bull C-mt t.v. '-. li-i:e noith of the Cent'-r. Sai-1 lard
c.uu;fU ii iKJ acrc.. on whi.li arc a tool 1 1 n-o ami
!im. an i-rrhard of -od g'a'te l fruit, a well of good
tier. m.ki:ig a desira'd and comfort i''!e home for
ativ iK-ron aislili"? a small nl. ice. Tern will ' e tr.ade
easy. For further rarticuUrs inquire ol tii
on ihe preimes.
iustati!(. June S, lHaj.-3a."
I 0 ST O N CLOTH IN GM 10 LrsE.
IO In the New n.iil lii,;,'. opposite the Demi er;t Of
fice. Matm S-'rfft, arreu, Ohio.
limn.cTT B-io'vs luive received ther Pprine and
?unimer CI ilhin.and are prepared to exhibit theeheap
et aid r.ia-t dcsira'de lot of :lot!iing ever offered in
this innrki t. con-isiin? of all the varirtte of C'Mts,
FrnrVs. I'v t. Vt. Vc. f't the :itet !tyl- - Al?,
BOYS' I'l.MTIIINC, II TS and CAP., and n full stock
of 4.F.STLKMKNS' FI'KMSItINU (MKiDS. A large
sl'ick 'f Broadcloth, Casimere and Vesting, of rich
and durable fpiality. All nh i wNh to po.reliase Cloth
ing, mad to order, nre re -iprci fully in it-d t ex im:ne
our goo. If, ard leirn Hit prices, before purchiini. as
we (eel continent e ciinitot be beaten iu ijiinlity, price,
style ;r workmatTship.
CARD. Tle Pmprieters returu their sincere th.mVs
to the p.ple of Warren ai d vicinity, for the trnerous
nutroiiae hitherto awarded thcmind r.--ietfnnr n-k
for a continuance. P. T. IMKTI.KTT,
Warren, June lr.11. C. W. BROWN.
, FOR KANSAS! The subscriber
ofers for sale hi House and Lot ii Warren.
Also, th-. well known Marvin Farm, six miles fro:n
Warren, on the liixelta. I'hnk Ktiad, cont-tiuin; HI
acres, ny one desir -us of seniring a gooil llour-e
and Lot, or a valu ih e Farm, w II io well to make a
pliration soon, as the ii-oinTly will he sol 1 a, a bnrain.
Bazett .June IH, 55. W N. POKTEK.
"V DMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
J- - Notice is h'-reriy eiven that the subscriber has
been appointed Administtater on the estate of Iantha
Case,dtH:ased. Inte of Hristol, Tnimtioll county, Ohio.
All persons having unsettletl business with said estate,
are re-ue-tted to rail and settle the stme immediately .
Wan en, J une .' 3t 1 1 A M CASH.
DM INISTRATOVs TnOTICK
1 V Notice is hereby given tliat tlte subcrier baa
rwfn dul- npiointe. Administrator on the estate ol
Daniel forll. lite of Itrooktield. Trumbull County,
ddcens.d. All N.-rsons having uns-ttled business with
said estate are retiertel to call and settle Ihe saint im
Dirdiatel . DA V I D W A LDKOFF.
June -' 3t
3ACKARD k BARNUM S LIST of
Ilni in-r nnd I In r vest Tools for IS55.
I or MilUrd's Cast Slel Warranted Scvthes;
10 - " Silrer "
: Harris -
5 " (irain
i 2 and 3tin-d Hay and Straw Forks,
3 gro Oejnmie tbiinneliair; Pcythe Stones,
10 Indian Pond V CnminintJU Scythe Stones,
5 Com. Scythe Itilies. cheap.
5 " Itouble 61 treble coat Uruiite liarpners,
3 Tikl.'rs, a new article, best in market,
3bti0 llnnd Hay Rikes, Itelow pedler's prices.
50 do Lt to ion's pat. Scythe Sneath,
10 pat. Iron Sueaths these are no heavier than
the woo-ten sueaths. and will not tremble
ii the heaviest gras.
SO tir tin t'r.nlles, assorted patterns,
iitorn Kerearind Ptoiies. assorted sires.
The a' ve for sale 10 the trade at eastern prices and
1; reiail it a small advance.
June I-, IKm. PACKARD & BARN CM.
I lAtiLLiiiit.uiiiTi .siock a lap'e
J assortment just received at
J"ine lrt TIMS TALL BRICK.
A OWING MACHINES' for fale by
J-L T. IIMOIiLKY tC.
BOOK THAT TALKS! Readt-r,
l V an; yo of a social turn given to hilarity and
exuberance of feeling T Ihrn't delny to c,.t t mu e a
opy of IlliNKY WARD KttCllKlt'S tfTAtt PAPERS,
nd upon making its ac juaintayce yon will thank this
Jvertif uiettt for the iniriMluetioii. It is a boo. voa
can't In lp liking one tint w ill prvc a most delightful
companion, and eak to you in the snug enclosure of
your sanctum until you arc almost made to believe that
you are closeted with the most observant and charming
s:ory teller yon ever met. Perhaps you have a taste for
the beautiful iu Nature aud the exquisite in art ; if so,
the volume in question will It- like the glass of the na
turalist that assists the vision to
N!.W LK ALT IKS AND NEW WoNDKRS.
Or, if it he that you do.it ou rural scenes and te old
associations of home and childhoo!, it will te a lamp in
Uie chamber of your memory, bringing tu light the thou
sand half fyrotten cenes of other days. Il'lt you ru-iy
be a votary of the Mues, r a disciple of Apollo. Then
here at I.ast. aiuont; I'ii thiMisaiid-and-one books just
jtublish -d," is tlie book for voc. Il will :ubl new wings
to your iniiigiiiatiuu aud aid your llight through tl.e
rc;ilnii of fancy, pruaioiiug you to the mot beautiful
and su' lime eoaceptious. In short, whatever be your
habit ol mind or condition in life, if voa want
A COMMO.VSENSK BOOK,
an iuiui'ttble delineator of what every mau of genistl
soul aud truthful heart has seen aud felt, though rarely
or never descrilted a look thai addresses your l-etter
nature and touches your living symj-athies a book that
gladdens, elevates ami refines then don't fail to pro-rid-;
fur yourself, vour family, or your particular friend,
S T A K PAPERS;
Or, txeKRiK- irs or Art and Nitcrc.
One dee mt l.mo. vol. Price $1,-5. Just receive 1 at
June lr.U. ADAMS' BOOKSTORE.
70MAN IN TIIE 19rn CENTURY,
I T Pi MARGARET FCLL.ER OSSOLI.
Col. t dler. vt the New York Mirror, speaks thus of
his wod tcrful womaa and of Uiis book :
Tne lnjok is a remarkable one, and more philosoph
ically scrgestive on the Woman question than anything
that has hitherto emauated from the en of woman.
"Margaret Fuller was a decided character a verita
ble entity an ap-arition ujwn Uie horizon of humanity
not soon t be forgotten.
"As a scholar, we have never known her etpial among
her sex; as a writer, she has few if any sujuriors in
philosophical force and poetic suggestive ness: and as
a talker, her eloquence suxjvassed anythinr we have
ever heaid troui Uie lips of woman. Hr Hashes of elo
quence hal the startling spontaneity f inspiration. It
seeiaed us if ihe oiiaque creation suddenly lecanie trans
parent I her visiou, and, like the nipt apostle when
caught ai into the seventh heaven, she saw things 'not
lawful f.r man to uuer not possible for mortals to
nuderatriiul." Just received at
June tlJ, lrti5. ADAMS.
ROOK. 'STAR PAPERS; or Exferiexci of
Art sn N ittrr." Its interest may be gathered from
the folio ing
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
A Discourse of Flo-rter-: Ientlj in the Conn try; New
! ngland Graveyards; In I nod t. Seashore; Towns and
Tre-s; The First Breath in the Country; Trntiting; A
Ei; The Mountiin Stream; A Country Ri le; Farewell
b. the Cointry; School I R"miniscenss ; The Value of
Birds ; A lUmih Picture frum Life ; A Ride to Fort
Hamilton; S-jhts from wiy Window: the lMtli of ur
Almanac; Fog in the Hart-or; The Morals of Falling;
The Wandering of a Star: Bookstores Bunks; Gone
t the Ct 'intry; Dream-Culture; A Walk Among Trees;
fhiil linga Hoojae; The Cse of the B- a'itifnl: A Moist
Letter; Mill -October Inys; Fn'. in the Window; Snow
Storm Traveling; Nature a Minister of Happiness;
springs md Solitudes.
One ei .-ant 1'Jmo. volume. Price $1 2.1. For sale at
June JU. l-a. BALDWIN'S.
OESTICK'S NEW WORK. If "you
a . Hit fun alive, come and get thU Hook of Iloe
Mirk's.- je-.'lil AT ADAMS'.
CAMPiiELLiSM KXAMINED! l!y
JK1 BR. at jc.Hl llALUWlX'S.
I AG-BAG, by N. P. Willis,
LL je-211 AT BALDVriM'3.
LELL SMITH ABROAD,
je-.'O AT BALDWIN'S.
JOY AND CARE; a R mance of
J Travel, hy Mrs. Tulhill.at je'."01 BALDIVIX'g.
N1H0NY CARTER'S REAL ES-
TATE is for sale ; Twenty -three acres, one Utile
3cu;,iea.-4 of the Court House, lying 011 two Roads.
Bill fur it, at any thing above $lbO per acre, will be re
cei -d for one month hereafter ; th? highest bidder the
I uyer, reserving crops ; after one month, the lirst offer
of $100 per acre will purchase ; after two mouth, the
hir heat bid over tliat uisy be handed iu during the
thirl month, will purchase ; there must be 3"tX), cash
down, and balance on seven jcr cent, interest. payable
annually, secured ou the land, to be accurate!. meas
ured, b. f. Hoffman,
Warren, June !3-tf. Executor of A. Carter.
COMMISSION BOOKS- Geo. Adams
V has received a Large quantity of books, on coin
mi; sion,from the publishers, JosepUas works, complete
ai 1 'i') ; Plutarch's Uvs, $ 1 c7 Dick's works. II
lis., d spectator, $1 17, tStc tliese books are all
cimpljts, bound iu full, leather, library bindinir, at the
prices uamed. Now is the time to get the standard
works for your library. j. 13.
fmE WATCHMAN, a companion to
JL the Lamp tikter. A few copies just receive! by
express, at l-IS. ADAMri.
t TALE FOR ALL TIMK Jnlla
.L V. TremaiM, or the Fathers wish aud the Husbands
dm. Just received at
'IMIE OLD INN, or the Travellers En-
A. t.-rtiiinment, a new work and a magnilicetit one.
fen copies jut received at ADAMs'. Also, another
lot of those cheap Family Bibles, largest size, with n
fiavings, for 91 "'. juneJ3.
QARDWARE. A. L, MORLEY is
now receiving a large and will selected stttck of
Hardaare. which will be sold at wholesale or retail, at
I try Iua prices.
AV arreti, June 5, l'.Vf.
'PUTTLE'S best C. S. Hoes, Ames',
sL Rowlautrs and Pixley's Shovels and Spade. Tut
tie's II. iy and Manure Forks, Clapp's Scythe b-iaihs,
and Wilnard's C. 3. Scathes, at
je!3 A. LMOKI.EW.
ENAMELED t Dniss Kettles, RIIidI
Butts and Arnold's Sash Fasteners, rati be found
A. L. .MilKF.FVS.
kTAlL RODS, Seeds Iron, Cu!iivator
Ti-etlu Anvils and Vices, at
el3 A. L. MOKI.EVS.
VM10T GUNS. Best S.ubb i Twist
O d: I. btL shot pin.al A1L.SU)KI.EY'S.
LR0:.'1IE Silk mid Crape Shtiwh hikI
M.iiilUUs, al the SKW YORK STORK.
OEAN SWIFT, Lis life and co i.plclc
..rks .1 Apr IS J AtAIIAMS".
1 RACE LEE, By
N A LOGY of Aneient Craft Maoiir
l tt N
atJreaud Revealed Keligion.ut
r anoxic chart, t
t JL may 3i.
TASONIC GUIDE, hi
ANOXIC LEXICON, at
f OEL Til
f price ten ci
OEL TIFFANY ON NLAVERY,
"iTONDERFUL ADVENTURES ol
Ca l::n Priest by the author of a Stiay 1 an
. lex. is. musir tt d by lLir!. at IUi.pvur's.
.1 .ii 1.1
ONTIILY ! UBLICATIOXS FOR
.II tt'.T, G h I t. Go lev, VtiT-tll. Pu!
ill I t. lit, ler. IVtlT'
. J -n.-nl ?! ii.y.-l
a" ht!v, an 1 L ie
r'0 1.1" M B KRM EN AND SHIP
1. Rl'IIJiKlx. The snbscrilt r ai now prejnrril
t manufacture Kalston's PurtaMe II urizoi.tiil Saw
'ill, w itfi cni.iv and I oiler, all rej ' to ran. and to
d'SMii; of t nitoriI and individual nJts. This val
uable tnveLtiou i t'ti.j kow iTought to j high sttte of
perfection, oilers to purchasers ihe foll-j vit important
alv.inuges over all other saw mills :
j It cuu more lumber. It make s.ii'Hither lum' cr.
J I . saws each board entirely oil ami le ti ts no -m't-fhoi,
I thus saving greatly iu ipiantity. aud in.nrwves the ,u.lI
j ity. It irussesscs tiie same advantages for a uz long
1 timber and siiip (dank ai tne gang-aw,th! m running
horizontally, cms plank Irom Uie of Hit; leg. the
j weight of the lo. t igelher with the fastenings, pre vents
j all springing. The machinery, saw and carriage being
. ... .tv . vu m, ai lULHLB MIIIIVC illnT vllrlilUe. 3JV c9 ail
exende of drawing U timber, and al U greatly to the
convenience aud .tte;y of handling lum'it r.
It requires fewer hands to work :t.
It is porta'de, aul can l-c moved three miles at an
c.per.ie of forty dollars; thus theuiiilciu he m ved to
limber. It is equally applic:t!Ie to large ami tumll
ni:tchinery. The saw runs horizontally, and in a wi.-h.
thus giving the double advai.tig o) the piick stmkt ol
Ihe muley s ir, and the strengLh of tiie snah saw.
Thee mills are no iu owratiou iu Warrcu, Trum
biill Co.. O., Cauonsl.ur. Pa-, Co hunt us, Ohio, Wah
ingtou County, Iowa. S.-veuare no t uii-ling in Iowa.
lo in Wheeling, Va. The mill iu Warren will be re
moved in a few aetks.
Any couiiiiuniratiuus addressed to the subscribers at
Newton Falls, Truu.ru 1 1 Co, Ohio, will meet with
C. U WmiK, ) WHITE A: HAH.HT.
Wm. H. lUiuiiT.f JuncC, l-5 y
1 T OWLAXD SPRINGS. Opek'foii
X Tile Si mmkr Season. The undersigned takes
pleasure in infurming his friends an1 the put-bc gener
ally, tlut he has again pi ace. I tiiis delightlul retreat I 1
n adinens fur the recejtion of visitors.
He tlattets himself that the iiicreas il attractions he
it enabled to present this season, will render it more
popular than ever, as a resort for invalids and others
wishin- to escape fur a time, from the heat aud dust ol
t mn life.
This retreat now numbers among its attractions, a
rood Ten Pin Alley; a Ifc.th House, supplied with pure
spring wqter, where hot or cold baths, in any form, can
te ha; at all times; a Mineral Spring, universally pro-i-ounced
remarkably healthful and invigorating; and
l ist bin not least, a Table, w hich will Ik supplied with
the subtftautial. well as lnnries. of the sei son.
ArntirC''nieiit$ have leen mane with Dr. WILLI IM
IIAl.DWI N, a skilful Hydropathic Physician, to remain
during the season. Particular attention pniil to Chronic
Diseases, and the fmjierature of the baths given accor
ding to the vital arid re-.i.tive powers of the patient.
The remedial as-nts u&ed. are. Water, Nutritiou, fcixcr
1 iseand 3torpathy.
Kacli patient will be require! to brinj three iuilts,
one wmil:n sheet, four cotton sheets and six towels.
Terms for board rind treatment moderate.
liowland, May3u, 3u K. M. HANK.
TOOL CARDING, CLOTH DRES-
Irer. having purchased the Woolen Factory at WEST
WAUKEN, fruinliull Co., O-, and ltaviug put the same
iu good order, fur doing Custom Work. Card'ug, Spin
nitigand Manufacturing, are now prepared to recene
ViHd. to work ou shares or Vy the yard, on as reasoua
Ide terms as auy other establishment on Ihe Reserve.
Having had several years' ex .teneiice, ihey tlatter them--clves
they will i.' aide lo give geneni satisfaction.
J. K. V W. WALKER.
West Warieu, May lSit. Ilui
L For INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA. Dr.J. S
HOt'Glt TON'S PEPSIN, tlie true DIGKS1 1VEFLL ID,
or GASTRIC JUICE, still holds th lir- I place among
all the various remedies tor these aiii(ul and dctruc
Uve complaints. Jt is Nature'sown sjee die for an un
healthy stomach.' No art of nun can e ma I its riirativc
puwi-rs; and no sufferer froui Indigestion and Dyspe
bia should fail to try it.
S dd lT, K. A. Smith Ac Co., Wairen; N. B. Prentiss,
Cauheld; M os srove A .Moore, L'rliana ll-ly
-L County, ss
TATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
Xn tiie Pru'-ale Court.
Amos Warner, tiitardi in to Orrt Griswold.i Petition
Orra E. Griswold, Minor. J sell laud
The defendant, Orra E. Griswol I, living in EI Kader,
Iitwa. is uolihel thai Amos Wariier. her Guardian, iu
order to pay debts, provide means for her nuuntenauce
and eluc ition. and to invest the residu to better ad
vantage, has fil d his etition in the Probate Court of
said Couitiy, asking fur an order to sell the 1 ind of said
Orra tt. Griswobl. situate in Braceville, in said County,
being parts of sections 13, 14 aud I?, containing l'la
acres. described in si need from William Gris-i)'t to
Anna Griswobl. recorded in ltook 311, pa-fes . and
2Sii. known as the Wm. Crisvrold and t ie Anna Griswobl
farm. Said Petition will e hear I July ft i, is... and
order granted.unless -ootl re:ioii shall be thnwn against
it. HOFFMAN & RATLIFF,
June 27, IS53. lw Ally's for Petitio er.
:xIEM0VAL AND CHANGE.
V R. C. Darling, fhtrmeriy Darling Sl Bro
$ ther.) has removeil his Shop to the building at
ii prepared to carry on Blacksmithing in all its bran
cites. lUilroad tols maile on short notice, ami iu
superior style ; Horse-shoes, warranted not to "rot io
Ihe eye, and put on in tiptop manner. May 30. M.
DISSOLUTION. The copartnership
heretofore existing under UieStvleand Firm of
Porter t Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The lousiness of the late firm will be adjusted by C. S.
Porter, who is authorised to settle the same.
N. B., au curly scttJeincut is res:ectrullv solicited.
C. S. PORTER
J. K. VANGORDEK.
Warren, June 9, lH.'sj.
NOTICE The Drug business will l-5 continued at the
Old Stand recently occupied hr Porter Jt Co. by the
subscrilier, who respectfully solicits a continuance of
tlie liberal patronage heretofore bestowed nnon the es
tablishment. C. S PORTER.
7ARREN DOOR, Sash and Blind
Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
ren, O. The undersigned, having entered mo copart
nership in the manufocture of SASH, BLINDS and
DOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sah, both
Pine aud Poplar, of all sues in use, and of Uie bcfc
luality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue the manufacture of VENITIAN
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we wilt sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
lore offered to the public.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEIi
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our estatdisiunent will le warranted,
is we use nothing but the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
Jeavors to serve our customers, we will keep iace with
ill improvements in our business, and conversant with
ill late styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
t would invite all wishing to jMirciiase the above ar
ticles, to call at our office, where we will be found at all
hours of tlie day, for we shall give our constant per
fooal sucriiiten dance to tlie details of our business.
- E. SPEAK 4c SON,
jan 19, Successors to Edward Spear.
DOORS,b66RS, DOORS.-To Con
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We can furnish
j-nu with Panel Door- of all style-, a great deal cheaper
than you can make them by hand, (and as good if not
better.) Call and examine our work and prices; you
will He i-uited with both. A large supply constantly ou
hand. A liberal diount to whole ale tn b rs.
January 2ii. SPEAK 4c SON.
CULAR SAWING. We are
pared to do all kinds of Circular Sawing, such
as brackets, Pailcms, Carriage work, &c., on sh'jrt
notice. je SPE Mi 4c SON.
lEN0i: lJALlNGsS. We keep on
t on hand a guod stock of Fence Palinirs ready for
use, which we scin sell chctp. They m;ike the nice'
feu-.e for the least money that is now nmd; very Linn
iulialile too. j6 SPL AU t SON.
1 OOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
buy Groceries cheap .T than ever. Our new goods are
here, and more cuiumg. We have now on hajid a 300J
supply ol all kinds, consisting in par;, as follows:
Sale rat us.
We have alo just received, ami will sell cheap for
cash, a large lot of Yankee Notions of alt kiniis, r.nj
are prepared to sell to mere hauls, grocers, landlords,
and the people iu general, at wholesale or retail, cheap
er than the cheapest. All we ask, is to call and exam
ine oar stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we nre
bound not to be undersold. lL.-iiieiaiber the piace, H os.
4 aud j. Market street, W.rreu, Ohio.
June u. Dl'N LAP, S IE WART & REED.
TfRESII BEEF. The tubscribcr in-
JL forms his old customers and tlisi pu'dic generally,
that lie will again supply them with fresh beef, mutton,
etc., each laornmg iu the week, except Aundsy, at tits
a iop, in the rear of C. Peck's builditig,oo Fraukli-i Al
ley, near Main street. Particular pains will oe taken,
to procure the best auiuials ths country affords. Thank
ful for past patronage, tne suoscriWer b-tpes it may still
be extended to him. FKEDhUlCh, K AK1HKR.
Warren, June lGJ-tf
TEW STEAM WOOLEN FACTORY
one half mile north of Kiusman Store, on the
The subscribers having bought the Wool Carding es
tablishment lately owned by ii. rol es, formerly Allen
Ac Foi-es, intend carrying on M AN I FAC 1 1 KING iti
its various branches. Wool manufactured on Uie shre:.(
or by the yard, into Ike--?kius, C.issuucres, SaUiieUs,
Tne: Is. Flannels and Kentucky Jeans.
CAKl'ING a-id SPINNING June ou hrt notice.
Also, Wool Carding aud Cloth D.-essing. U ol cardt d
into rolls at 4 cents per lb. Cardiu aud Spiiiniii,
As we are putting in stt am-works, those hiving wool
to card, by coming early in the day, can have the roll j
tj take back with them.
As we are getting ou the heat of Eastern Machinery,
and bare hid long ex peri en ct iu tlie business, we ll.tui
ourselves a being a -le to do as goou work, and as
cheap, as at anj other establishment.
Those hiving wool to manufacture or cud. Would d 1
well to give us a call, us by strict attention to husineJ
we hope io get a -bjrc ofthe pu'dic patronage.
J. W. FAJtltAND It CO.
Kinsman, O., Jun-6. IHij.-tf
-ASH FOR WOOL. WE will pay
tanned an 1 properly Uainled. iielivere-1 at our Store,
may 3". 3. IDDl.NliS 4i 10li IAN.
rIMIE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
-L We arr now making this celebrated Plow. Those
vlio liave tried it. uy it swrpaf-e-.-. any other kind d
pl.i iu use. several preu lams tuvo be;u awarded II
it State ami Couuly Fairs. X. H. JUOItLEY 4c Co.
Jau. IU. L-i4.
'IMIESTAR rLOWMIiiuulaciurctl by
JL T. II. MOR LEV tt. Co., will do b Iter work tlwit
my other Plot
in the Slate l oii:t
exc. plihe M-cbenti
AN D WARRANTS The under.-i-'n-
.1 will :i:u-n.l Ui-- Irl.l.'Cllli.ul i ll li'.Nl'Y
LAND CLAIMS, under tlie "II ..Mier. l'..ll," iis- !
M:ncnlU. : ... n.uje t'lrwr: r :-t-l w ili-ii isiii
iIih. Warren. Oiiio. H. ' KAN N I V.
UlLi:: HAROLD. A r..-w and
iteuilifiil e l. t on. ju-l -u llshed. fail g' It. with
tuenu -live el-u-t 1 1 lUatnilioaoii copper, price b.lil(
;,.r v... AHAMS'.
AMI FIRES OF THE UEVOLU.
THN. a gre-u iook f r t ie voimg p.
my Jutt reeeiv 1 t-pr- 1-1
CCRAP IRON WAXTED.-Casli paid
f.r my iU!i!'ty of S'jrup Ir nl th-- M'tve and
Mi Warehouse f 11. I'. JAJItSoS t Vn.
A. ril If. -.VI. . .
O00TS AND SHOES We k
i y l.irr-.- !l.e( .i-l cm
lo.t f i.iwli.ii.s at
Yi,:H .- roiiK.
n i !f ;'! T Vt- in '.
.1 1 lir- in Dr. Ma'ini. al
IT.-". X -l V .
DELANO'S INDEPENDENT HORSE RAKE.
The subscribers nre now prepared to eiaimrarture and furnish the above rake. As it is now generally in use
in t hit Cotirtr. artd its merits so well" kmm rt we ilo not deem it necessarv to name its good qualities.
CitoW ELL'S THERMOMETER CIICRN. the ! est in use. and PROVISION SAFES, which no family should be
without, furnished at low prices. All kiuds of shop work, Sawing, Plating, Turning, Ac-, done promptly and
iu good stvle. -
tilLMOKE'S PATENT BEE H013K. Hive nnd Receij-t for feetling. We are also agents for the above, and
are ready to manufacture them, aud disose of township orimlividual rights.
Call nt tlie NOVELTY WjKKS, West side Mahoning river. Warren, Ohio.
Juue-.ll. le-ij-4t MESSENOER . TIMMEKMAN.
M-;N DAYS LATER FROM SEBASTOFOL ! Surrender of the Allies!!
Rumors are afloat that a recent attack was utadeuioii that well fortified post, which continued for sever
al davs amid a terriuc cannonading and constant discharge of small arms. X take pleasure, however, in record
nc tl'utt uo lives were lo-it, atthon :h in inv erecnutielled
inzs and sorrowing hearts. The OR1G I N AL J AMES is again in command, aud takes pleasurs in offering to his
friends and customers the
L VUCJKNT STOCK. OF t-IOODS,
Ever exhibited to the citizen of old Trumbull: among whioh maybe fouud an extensive assortment of dry
lioous, taskhk forio'-', a(M Kr.SY. r nuts au I r.iqroR-i of all kinds all of which will he sold cheaper than
eTer. To Merchants. Pollars and Laudtords. I wi:l say, I will supply you at Eastern prices. You need only
r ill and examine my stock aud prics. t become c uivinreil tiiat the place to hoy yonr goods Is at the Old Edi
porium of the West, No. 3, Kiver Block, M in Street, Warren. Ohio, where you can find a large stock of all
kU"l5 FOKEKJ.Y A.D DOMESTIC DRY-WOODS
Which were bought at the recent decline of prices, and will positively be sold 2a jver cent, less than by any other
bouse west of New York. Come one and all aud examine my stock of Cloth, Cass i uteres, Doeskins, Sattinetts.
weeds. Jean-, dec, Oic,
LADIES DRESS GOODS IX EVERY VARIETY,
From Prints to Silk, and all the uccessary fixings, which the law requires All kinds of Domestic, Brown and
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings of all qualities and prices.
Y ANKEE NOTIONS enough to supply the Western Hemisphere, and at prices that cannot fail to pleas, al
Whole-ale or Retail.
MOKE CR'CKERY than ever was Difidc. aodat l-ss than my former extreme low prices. Boots and Shot-
enough for all Northern Ohio ; boots from $tj:0 to $3,0il and all other goods in proportion. Call soon, as they
are iroiii- off with perfect ruh.
READY MADE CLOTH ING A large- stock of all kinds, qualities and price. Pants from $1.00 to $".C0 ;
Vests from 50 cents to $-.0t- Come right a'ong-wuh your cash and produce to the Great Emporium of the West,
where, yon Can Hod rhe lirgeH stock in Ohio, and the orct prices.
Kemember lb-? place, NO. 3, RIVER BLOCK. WAUKEN. OHIO ! JAMES II. KIUilEE.
February 1, lra.-tt
ciiAiscnr B. TIMMEKMAI .
to retire frtiu the scene of action with wounded feel
B OOTSANiTs HOES!
VHOLESALK AXD llETAlL
T FOIISPISINII ANT) St'MMKR TRADE, At He
!ced Prices tor C-
W. & U. CIIW VGE,
Xo. 6, 31 ii St, Wke, Ohio:
, Wonld reipectfiir.y call the atten-
f." I tion of their friends and the puidic
M generally to the fact, that thy have
Kri t99 just reeeiveil the Hri:et. oest. and
most fahonahle stoek ol Boots and
if Hioes ever hroabt tothi lnarWet ;
amoui which will lie fonnd tlie tir-a intility of Lvlies'
(iaiters. Kid Bootees. Iluskins, Slifiiers, tc. Also a
l irg assortment of I'Luu Uaiters, Morocco and Bnam
elc I Bootees, Buskins, ele.
A irreat rarietrof Muses" llaiters. M.irocco and In
aim-led Boots. Kancy Buskins and Clippers, and a zeu
eral assortment of Iniys". youths1 and chil.lrens Bne
shoes, ol all colors and qualities, t-u-ether with a fre.u
varielv of -entleniens' fine rreneh l alf ami lor.,cre
Bootsi Inne liail-rs and Sliues of the latest styles aud
A Lai l. a ireneral assortment of leather, sole leather.
French Calf skin, patent t';lf skin, iloroce.is of vari
ens kinds and qualities. I'on-ress eore for paiters,
elove kid. linings of varioos color, and qualities, shoe
Uiread, knives, hammers, nails, l.ristles. shoulder
sticks, pe notes, p-j knives, awls, bo sand
tones. Idaek l.uck skins, and every thin usually kept
in oar line of business. A large stock ol las of every
Kememlier the place, sign of the Red Boot. No. 6,
Main street. Warren. Oh'o. Afr. le. tf.
SPKINO AND SL-.M.MER STOCK
Just Keceiveil at the
JEW YORK BOOT AND SHOE
STORE. No. 3. Market Street.
Gentle Spring has come! and so has me
i hiir..t. most select, and ch-.tpest st-ck
Boots and Sloes ever brought to Warren, for
Sprtnc and Summer wear.
D. 11. WAUKEN, in annoatiCinl this fact to bis pat
ions, and Ihe world at large, invites them, one aud all,
lo come and see for themselves, for he feels confident he
can suit them with any kind of good Boot orMioe they
want. ' n
Purchasing his stock of tlie Manufacturer, for Cash,
enables him to offer such inducements to buyers as can
not lie found elsewhere.
Ladies! you like to have a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
have taken esecial care to please you by sel-cting the
most fashionable, prettiest and most renteel stock for
laities' wear, that coal I be found in New York; so all
I hat like the ornamental as well as useful, will call and
uee and buy, before goinc; elsewhere."
Gents ! I have the lest assortment for yoar use the
jrreatest variety of material, and the latest fashions, only
call and see mv Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Gaiters.
Children ! come, aud 1 can fit you with any kind ol
i-hoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
D..IJ. W. agai n returns thanks for past patronage, and
solicits its continuance.
N B. Boots and Shoes made to order and warranted
lo nt. D. II. WAKUKN.
p. g. Don't forget the place. No. 3; Market Smet,
next lo Smiths and McOoinba. apr. ii, 'ii.
TE nre receiving, ibrect fr. m New
I T York and Boston publishers, our usual large
Stock of Books ar.d Ststioserv for Spring and Summer
trade. I sliall soon h ive thein on our shelves for the in
spection ol oar numerous generous patrons, and kind
rriends. and tney will coniume w uuu ucre m. wuc
riety of new and popular books as heretofore, as well
as the most choice selections of fine stationery and fan-
cy goods. We will always like to see you.
Apr. IS. At ADAM'S.
pY EXPRESSTTlerman Melvill i's New
13 Work ; Israel Potter, or, fifty Years of Kvile, by
the Author of -Typee," '1)11100,' etc. B ijard Taylor's
Work. New Editions. The most popular volumes of
Travels vet produced in this Country. Central Africa,
Life and Landscapes from Egypt and the Negro King-
lioms of the White Nile, with Mp and Illustrations.;
Wiuo.. 411. The Lin. Is of the Siracen. with M:ip
snd Illustr.uinns ; Sl.-ii. KUora-lu: Adventures in
California, l-.'mo., I .--. Views a-Foot: Adventures
in Europe, l-.'mo. P.ieias of tlie Orient, l-.'uio.
73 cents. Apr.lf.l At AD.t MJS
I3R0N0GRAPHIC TEACHER; be-1
L. Ing an inductive exposition of Phiiuo'.-raphy, in-
tended us a shcd book and to afoml complete and
thorou gh instruction to thos- a ho have not the as-
sistance of an oral tewrher. At BALDWIN'S,
DISSOLUTION. The jmrtneishi!
heretofore existing betwei'in the subscribers uu-
d--r the name and style of S. & C. Moser is tins day dis-
solved y muta.il consent. The notes and accounts el
the late linn, are in the hards of Samuel Mo.er fol
sitllemenU SAMI'fcL .MOSKK.
Warren, July 24, l.-'it. . COUNELIl'S MOSEB.
C0-PA'ITN"EBSI1IP. The uudersign.l, of the la!,
Urm of S tt O .MlSEit,ha th.s day associated with htm !
Miclul Moser, for the ntr:ose of continuing the Mer- )
cantile business at the old staid, under the name and ;
style of C. k. N. Moier. Tury respeetfully invite a j
continuance of the patronage so liberally extern led to
the late 9rci. CuKNELll'S MOSEtt. I
Warren. July '.M. W4. '
WEALTHY CITIZENS Oi
T11KCITT0P XKW YOKK,luigan alivbi ti
enl arruien-ei.t of the names of the most prom.neul
Capitalist, wher. wealth ia estimated at one hundred
Ihousand dollars and upwards, with tliesuun apoeud
eil to each name, and geueological and bi.igrai-hieal
notice of the principal persons. Thirteenth Edition
with manv improvements and additions: iH-iee -.'Sets
Apr. 4. At BALDV.1N"S. j
'TRIAL and Conviction of Dr. Stephen
J.- T. Be.ile. with the letter of Chief Justices Lewis.
Block and Woodward : also letters of l'rofessers Gib
en. Wiltbank, and many others. Pi'ice Ii 1 ,et. j
Apr. 4, At BALDWIN'S.
qpring" and- summer goods
O at the NEW YOl'.K STOBli.
The subscribers are now receiving their usuil su-j
ply of Spring aud Summer g:ods. aul are prepared to
eller great inducements to those who wish to buy goods
i-beap. Farmers' produce taken as heretofore, for
'lhich cash anil roovis will be liaid. j
PARKS oiWENTZ. j
Warreu, apr. ? .
.) II lid's. Su'ar. j
. f V i Bil s. M'dasscs.
i Itis Cutlee, for s.i
r.dding freight, at tlic
le at Cincinnati pries,
NEW VOTK STOKE. '
7RESII TEAS Green and Black at;
5t:c Too aud
l,iiv of sq.-erior tlavor. at the
NEW YOBK bTDRE.
ri PIECES PRINTS all grades
tlOO and descrijitions, from four c-nts to a shil
ling per j-anL jpr. -:i. N E ' VlKK STORK
i AS U 1 0 N A B L E ST R A V B O N-
I. NF. IS. Ribbons and Flowers. Siik Bonnets.
Ltecs and PnraioN. th- lar-re-d -tock in the roue t.v c.d
I i found at the apr....J N t W YiSK STORK. j
FRENCH PRINTS, (jlnlianis. Lawns, I
-L Muslius. Ch..ii s. Bura-e-. and othr rich dies-
roods ran l-e iouod iu great tariete. :it lie j
apr.-.'j. NLA Y-JiiK STORE.
IA-IIIONALLE HATS -One cast !
I White RV.tv-'r Il.iti,if superior qtftlitv. at the I
Nr.iV lOKiv &TOIIE.
EAD MADE CLOl'illN'ii AND
It HATS AND C.l'S. W-. hive op.-nel a s.i!. s
ioii.ii ilevoted e c!us:vely to t'us Ira-ie, and keep as
llrg.'a stoci as . i.i le found in tiiecunt al.ay
ibeupand warranted .ell made, tt tiie
a;.,. si. W STORE.
pOYAL 'WILTON, BnisM-b," tbret
I V1 Piv. In .-riin and Veim;au Carj---t.ii, als Rntrs.
lrui"el-., M .'tttngs. Oil t ;oi. vc
til'. i 11 t1Ck 11
ii I f i-.itnou'l. can l-e luiu at thi
OLACK, Pinned, C i :in L-iiii, Pla t!
I y nud .-i.uier Siiis, in iirt' it i irii ly ;it th-
NKrt" l Jl.K sroitE.
1'ILO 1'IIS, C:ts iaie s, Siitine's' and eve-
thins in tlie lioe of wo-leii riH l si prie-i ill it de
fv eouifeliuou, al lh
m: voi.k store.
PAPER HANGINGS. Win low Pa
i per a:id t. I Sill le. .it t:ie
apr.-Ji. NKIV VlitK STOKE.
EAV Y .-IIEETINGS AND SIIIIIT
in-s, s:x 1 1 eiht cei;:, !'i.-
.e.v ::: st.)::s.
ROCKEUY, (; a-s-Wdre Lm niiu
, e.. a Lire nrinliiii I ' .nnci
tlll.e !ipi.:' Nll.t tli.K fli-RE
SOAP AND CANDLES FOR SALE,
One hundred Barrels of Soap, a splendid article
Also Fifty lioxes of Candles. By A L.C.DAY, Mar
ket St., one door wet of Empire Block, Warren. 4.
N. B. Candles and Soap delivered to any part of
the Town, by applying as above directed. Also per
sons wishing to exchange ashes and grease for soap,
can be accommodated. Please save your ashes.
Mar. as-tf. A. L. C. DAY.
pLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma-
1- king and keep constantly on hand the following
popular Plows :
iimg'i N'. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4. do do
Star, do do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
lepaired on short notice.
Jau. IU. T.U. MOBLEY & Co.
"EADY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1So5.
IV Mosrs E. L. GIBBS A- CO., are adopting this
system in their business at Windsor, Ashtabula Co- O.
where they are selling more goods, and at lower prices
that any establishment in their vicinity. That is so-
come aud try them! They wage war on high prices.
They have bought their troods low, and are seeing how
cheap they can sell them and live. Their motto is
"quick sales and smi I profits a nimble sixpence is
better than a slow 'hilling.'
Call and see them, and they will sell you goods lower
than you can buy them elsewhere and charge nothing
for their trouble. They are clever fellows and delight
in showing roods at all times give them a call
Feb 1 4J55-1 y
WARREN MARBLE SHOP, sita ttetl
ft 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, Terah Stones.
Monuments, Smres and every thing in the Marble lino
of the test ..rial ity and finish, in the bestof style.
All persons that are In want of anything in
the above line, will find it to their advantage to iv
me a call wnd examine stock and prices befofe pure has
ing elsewhere. Call and see. L. F. 6AGER.
. May. 14, o5. 1 y.
S T0VES, TdTWARE, Ac THE
KING OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson A.
Co., with a new ar.d derated ore a the largest Cook
Move, Oeuesee Valley, elevated even, Clinton, eievatcl
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premimx, art-1
Woman's Rights Stove.
P. JA-ES0N CO., continue to
mannfactnrt Cheese Tats, of a new and r-rovrl
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
Eave-troughs sit up on short notice, and waivantt-.l
of good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
W arren. March 39. 1854.
DANGER IN THE DARK. The au
thorsays he would unveil the dark designs, in
sidious movements and hidden policy, of the Paprtl
Hierarchy, aud at the same time bring to light the du
plicity, craft and trickery practiced in our n.idst by tht
order of Jesuits a brotherhood of pious assassius, tin
vilest and most despicable of our race, who in every
land as well sj our own, are the sworn enemies of civ i
and religious liberty. Price f 1 00. Jut received at
may ADAMS BOOKSTORE.
ALL PAPER. We have received
a line assortment of Wall Paper, among which
are some splendid French papers and borders. Ther
are entirely nets- in this country. We have also the K
Plnrilius I nura patterns at 10 cents a holt call and
look at them at Amis' Bookstoki.
TO ECLECTIC PHYSICIANS. We
X. have jut reeeiveil two more setts of Beach's Pratt
t ice of Medicine and Surgery, in 3 vols., the last edi
tion. enlarged, revised aud improved. Pries )haU,a
I 00KS BOUND. We have now on
JL) baud, over one hundred volumes of books that
hare been hound for customers, aud irish they woul I
call for them as early as possible, at Adams.
i- ' All persons indehteil hy note or book account tr
trie late tirra of S. c C. Mtiut,are hereby notified to
call forth-run and square up, SAMUEL MOSER.
Feh. 14 5.Vtf.
LU M ANB A RETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole a-rents
lor the County of Tmmhull. It is warranted to crimp
tlie toughest p.ece of Leather in tw mtmtUes, which il
frequently takes an hour or more to do the same piece
of work. It stands without a rival. We would resect
fully cad the attention -of our friends of the craft lu
the saoject. Do not forget the place. No. o, Maiu St.,
Warren, O. d 13 JAS. Mi CON NELL 6. Co.
"NOTICE. The copartnership of John
J 1 L. Weeks 4c Co is tins diy by mutual eousenl
dissolved. All persous indebted to the same firm are
requested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book account. iay to John L. Weeks, aud those by not, .
pay to A. Went.. JOHN L. WEEKS.
Feb. 14tb A. WXNTZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the harness
as heretuf'-re the uld stand. A good stock of cloths
and re July made clothing, aud also a good aortmeal
of hats, and caps, constantly on hand.
Ft" l?'-55- JOHN L. WEEKS.
pORTER tt Co-'s NEW DRUG
X SX0RE. The proprietors of this establishment
take pleasure in announcing to the public. that notwith
standing the late fire which destroyed a large portion of
our Ooods. we are again open and in full operation, al
No. 3, Market St., Warren. O., where we are daily ro
reiving Fresh Drus direct 'rom New York and Philt
del phi, which we are offering for Cash at prices thai
cannot fail givin-r satisfaction.
May -'4 l.--4
HE AMERICAN HOUSE I NEW
ARRANGE XI EN TS AT TIIK OLD STAND! f Tlx
piiidic are IWeUy notified that th.s wt-ll-known bonse is
being tit ted no by the proprietor, HENRY LO, io a
stIe which will insure to all who may give him a call
ample accommodations and good fare. The furnitors
and ' fittings op" generally will be new, and of th be-H
description. No pains will be spared in nuking il
pleasant and comfortable. The situation of the butlaing
being hoe, ami convenient for persons who cote tr
to n, lr. L. feels that, with a determination not to I
outdone in his efforts to please, he deserves a liberal
share of that patr.uae heretofore voucli-d h:m I .
the public. Uive the AMERICAN a call aud yoo will
Warren, April 4th. 185.-tf
ELP CASH-US ! !"
low customers, and all others owing ns
money past due, are res,ectfuHy informed that they
mt pay as. We sell our goods at cash prices, and
ex pec: ct-ih for tnein sometime. A word to the wie
is suihcieut. oct Irj PACKARD 4t BARN I'M.
BLACK hiiJ Colored Cloakinu: CUths ;
a sntierior quality of yard wide Black Silk Velvet,
for Cm 31autn's. tc, at the
jau 3 WAKUEN DRY GOODS gTOKB.
Ii. BEACH S ECLECTIC PRAC
, in three voiuiues, price -ilci.'m, fjrnished al
Apr i -
pAMPIIIXE OR PINE OIL, ami
W Burning Fluid, for sale by
Uuil Vi. . V.. A. SMITH - Co.
THRESH GARDEN SEEDS, just ie-
J c-.-ivetl a Ur-e lot of choice, fresh iarden Seeds,
from R.M-htsler, N. Y-, put up by L. P. Fogg Co.
A4 a var.eiy h Flower Soe.is, a-uun which ar?
many new usid eautiful kinds
at K. A. SMil U fc in s., Au, -V A nn si.
CARPETING. Royal V ilu.n, Bius
V- els. Three I'ly, Ingrain," Cotton and lien.p, snd
I enet'.n, at t.ie
-r-.6 NEW-YORK STORE.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
O for sale at K. K. HOi T Po's. Soireof thatM)OI
f E.V, J.iva anil Uio Collee. Seedkss Uaisins, Kit tc .
ust rec d at No. I. M.1111 Mrai-t.
FOR SALE. A very desirable
ll,.ne i.i.l Lot on Ppisiiei t Street, in t:ie "
northern pari of Ihe village of Warren.
Apply soon to II. II. REEVES at tl Eui;;
Warren, Nov. f. l-il-lf.
1 ARRELL S INDIAN LINIMENT
1 ) Mi..i'.'s Ointnieiit, just ree'd and for sal- at
jau -.'4 'ii. ' A.MITII V
LiN.. SlllN(LES imi h ind (most ul
the time.) TACSAUD- CAKM'M.
IM. - . 1I.
4 YERSPJLLS. For
.t. all the purposes of a Tami
iy Pur sic.
There has lone existed a p1" lie
demand for an effective purgative
pill which could be relied en as
sure iW MM-lr iy aaie id tts ope-
in,, i hi baa been prepare.
to Difi t that demand, and an ea
lnsive trial oits vtrta shaicon-
t lusivery shown with what suer--ss it accomplishes lit
arpose -losi rnr-l. It is e sy to make a phj s eal
tut not easy to make the ! st of all pills one which
shoal I liave none of tlie objection. I ut all the a It an
ta"rs. of every oih.-r. This his been attew-pted here
nn.l with what socce-ss we would respectfully sol mit to
the pu lie decision. It has l een anfortunate for tlie
p itiei.t hiliit't to ibat almost eTfry purgai-Te u.eiicine
is acrimonious aiid irritnung to the t owel'. This is
not. Many f thei produce su much griping piio and
revnls w.i in thr svnteia as to more than counter a lance
Ihe goo-1 to be der.ved from them. Tuesepills t riMtnce
no iritation or pain, unless it arise from a previously
existing obstruction or derangement in the bowels.-
Being purely vegetable, no hr.rm can arise from their
nse wsny quantity ; hut it is better that any medicine
shoul be tH.ken judicioowly. Minute directions for
their use ia the several ileseases to which they are ap
plicable are giveu on the box. Among the complaints
which have heen -ieedily cured by them, we may men
tion Liver Complaint, iu its vsriovb forms of Jaundice,
Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Appetite. Listless
ness. Irritability, Billious Ileailache, Billious Fever,
Fever and Aaue. Pain in the Side and Loins ; for. ia
truth, all these are but the consequence f diseased ac
tion in the liver As an aperient, they afford prompt
and sure relief in Costiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery,
Humors, Scrofula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of?
the body, Ulceis and imparity of the blood ; in short,
any and every ease where a purgative is required.
They have also produced sone singularly successful
cures in Rhenanatism. Got, Drepby. Gravel, Erysipelas.
Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the Back; Stomach,
Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the
year, to purify the blood and prepare the system for the
change of season. An occasional dose stimulates tne
stomach ind bowels Into healthy action, and restores
I he appetite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by
their stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate tlie strength ef the body, and restore the wasted or
h srascd e uerztes of the whole organism. Hence an
occasional dose is advantageons, even though no seri-
us deraugemt nts exists ; but unnecessary aosicg
shoaM never be carried too far. as every purgative
medicine reduces the siren rth, when taken to excess.
The thousand cases in which a physic is required can
not be enumerated here, but the v suggest themselves to
every body ; and it is confidently believed this pill
will answer a better purpose man anyrning wmcn nas
hitherto been waivable to mankind. When their vir
tues are once known, the public will bo longer doubt
what remedy lo employ when in need of a cathartic
Prepared by JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist. Lowell, Mass.
oid by r. ecrrrufiir .incinnau , b. A.-xirw
Co., Warren; J. Campbell, Newton Falls; U. W tot
raa, Mesoputanua; and by ail dealers in Medicino
AVER'S CflKRRY PECTORAL, For the cure of
Cough, CofcLs, Hoarseness. Bronchitis, Whooping-Cou-h,
Crop p. Astiimand Consumption.
This remcfly has won tor ftseii sucn notoriety irom
its cures of every variety of poLmoj-ary disease, that it
is entirely unnecessary to recount the evidence of its
virtues in community where it has been emplojed. So
wide is the field of its usefulness, and so numerous the
cases of its cures, that almost every section of the
country abounds ia persons publicly known, who have
l-een restored from alarming and desperate diseases os
Ihe lungs by iu use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too apparent ta
scape observation, and where its virtues are known.
the puhlie ao longer hesitate what antidote to employ
f tr the distressing and dangerous atfectisns of the pul
monary organs which are incident to oar climate. And
not only iu foraitlable attacks upon the Jungs, but for
Ihe miier varieties of Colds, voroiis, Ho-Sskjcbbb.
.We.: and for Childr-M it is the pleaaantest and safest
medicine that can be obtained.
As it has long been iu constant ase throughout thia
lection, we need not do more than assure the people its
luaiitv is kept up to the best that it ever has l-een, and
that the genuiue article is sold by the same Agents.
May 3U, Jin. i
"PHE STATE OF OHIO, Trumfcull
-SL County, ss. Court of Common Pleas.
Franklin Peck, Administrator on the Estate
of Silva Hart, dee'd. Plaintiff, . , I
Orenus Hart, Robert S. Hart, James Hsney, I
aud Rosanna Heney, Defendants. j
The defendant, Robert 8. Halt, a non-resident of the
State of Ohio, is hereby notified, that the plaintiff filed.
In the office of the Clerk ef theConrt of Common Pleas
on the 3th day of May, 1S5, a Petition, setting forth,
that the defendant, Oreo as Mart, is Indebted to the
estate of Silva Hart, deceased, in the sum of S 100, with.
Interest from March 3, 143 ; that said Orenus Hart ha
do property, real or personal, frcm which to force the
collection of said indebtedness; that omvl recently he
had an interest in a piece of land in Brockfield, con
sisting of 19 acres, and bounded south by lands of David
Waldorf, west by lands of Uuuh Montgomery, north by
lands of James Heney, and east by the north and sou tit
center road in a town ship, which land has for a long
time stood n the name of Robert S- Hart, who is a son
of kl Orenus Hart, and in whom the fee of said land
is now resting; that said Orenus Hart has lived on said
land for a long term of years, and his always controlled
it as his own, and has owned the greatest interest in
the same, but the deed was so taken to cover it ap and
keep it from the creditors of the said Orenus; that some
time daring the spring, (plaintiff cannot state the exact
time,) the said Orenus Hart contracted to sell said land
to defendants, James Heney and Rosanna Heney, at the
rate of 933 per acre, making the sum of $x. which
was done with the consent of said Robert S- Hart, on
which contract the said Heneys paid in hand the suae
of $100 and took an article of said Harts, and agreed
to pay said Orenus $M os the ferst day of July,
and i-iMI on the first day of September, ISao, and bal
ance el purchase money to Robert S. Hart who by said
article bound himself to make a deed of said land to said
Hensys, and the said Heneys are now indebted m said
Orenus Hart in the sum of with Interest thereon
from time of making said eoniract, being, with the 9 109
paid in hand, the interest of said Orenus ia said land,
and balance of purchase money being interest of said
Robert S. Hart.
The Plaintiff asks judgmeiHaga-nstsaidOrenus Hart
for $ 100, with interest from March 3, 1S43; and that de
fendants, James and Rosanna Heney, be ordered to pay
over said sum of 9"-0 owing by them to Orenus Hart,
or so much thereof as will satisfy the plaintiff's claim
and costs of suit; and that they be enjoined froo: paying
said sum, or any part thereof, to said Orenns Hart, or
to Robert S. Hart, or any other person, until the plain
tiff pan get a judgment on his said claim, and have the
same fully satisfied; and also that said Harts, or either
of them.be enjoined from disposing of or assigning
said contract to any person whatever.
The said Robert S. Hart Is hereby notified, that aa
injunction has been allowed sccordingly by the Probate
Judge, and that a bond is given according to law.
The defendant, Robert S. Hart, is also notified to aa
swor said petition on the 21st day of July, IH53
J. F ASPEIK, Au'y for PUT.
Warren, May 30, l&.-ot-ar9,19 ' .
RUMBULL COUNTY, COURT OF
JL Common Pleas.
Rebecca Kmgsberry, ) -
ts Petition for Divorce.
The defendant. John Kingsberry, will take notice
that the plaintiff, Rebecca Kingsherry, has this day filed
her petition in the court aforesaid, praying that aho
may be divorced from the said defendant. She also
prays tor Alimony, and asks the eastedy of her child
For cause of divorce, she sets forth and charges ab
sence, for mure than three years, Inst mst.
LEGGETT A COX.
May 21, 1S.5 ll-6Val 5 Atty's for Pl'ff.
HE STATE OF OHIO, Trumbull
Mary H. Stoufer,
Petition for JKrorce.
The defendant will take notice that the plaintiff, o
Uie -TU day of May. A D IK'u, fil.d in the Clerk's Office
of the Cowrt of Common Pleas of said Coantv. a peti
tion for divorce, against said defendant, praying for a
dissolution of the -larriage obligation between them;
for alimony and co-is herein, on the grounds of three
years' wilful absence, gross neglect of duty, and adul
tery. JAMES V. WELSH.
May 30, '55 41 -fit-ad 1,75 Solicitor for Pei'r.
fAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN
iTJw SHINES! FARM FOR SALE!! The subacid
tr. wishing to go west, would say to those desiring to
buy a farm, that he will sell hi well-known old home-
t-aL. It contaias two tauhlred acrws of excellent land.
has water in aimost every lot, timber soJhcieut for ouo
hundred years, a house airaost new, tliat cost two thou
sand dollars, and out-buildings plenty and convenient.
Il ia located in Howland.on the North and South Centro
rout, aud aout one hundred rods north of the Youngs
lowu ami Warren rood. It cannot fail to please any
one wishing a residence in the country.
Howtand. May i, 155. JOHN W. SF ELY. -
1 D. B. KE ED has keen admitted as a partner in tb
hiuiness her tofore carried on by Dunlap 4t Stewart, at
No,. 4 and 5 Market street. Warren, Obio. Th. nam.
and style of the firm to he Dunlap. Stewart Jt Reed, who
will continue business at the old aland.
J. B. DfSLAP,
J. J. STEM ART,
1). B. REED.
. B- AH persons indebted to Sun lap A Stewart wil
plnase call and pay up immediately, and oblige, say 3
' PHE H0ISERY Department. Partic-
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hue Cotton Hose, i ancy Mriped ana lined stall
Hose, and a largo quantity for chihu-oo.
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