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WABB.ASTEE, MORTGAGE k. QUIT CLAIM DEEDS,
scjimoi, rxrecnors, svbfotkas, nr.
Constantly on hand and for sale.
Awful Occurrence on the C. & M. R.
Gentlemen of Vie Chronicle: Tester
day I saw the most dreadful catastrophe,
on the C. & M. R. R. that has ever been
written in the annals, of this " great
thoroughfare," an account of which I
hasten to give you. The morning train
left Quinby Heights, at 9 A. M., with
more than its nsual compliment of pas
sengers, all crowded on six cars, (there
ought to have been seven) our venerable
ex-Mayor, and one of our revered Phi
losophers, (or rather he was such in
1844,) from this city were on board, be
sides some of less pretentions, but no
ladies, (they don't get up early enough
for the 9 A. M. train). Our train moved
along at a rate that made the dense for
est whirl lik-3 a mighty maelstrom, and the
wind rush by like a hurricane, till we ap
proached near Eagle creek, or river, ) it
should be cal'ed Styx,) when Baron Yon
Shanks, was seen running with a red
flag nailed, (he always has nails in his
pocket,) to his thumb-head. His hat
was off, Lair erect, mouth wide ojten and
eyes protruded, touch an appearance
would roare any lind of animal, and the
" iron horse" (being rather skittish)
stood still, and trembled with fear, as
did Belshazzar, some time before. The
draw-bridge had just been removed, and
the great presence of mind, of the Baron
saved the whole train from falling
down the depths of this fearful chasm.
All honor to the Baron ! But the worst
is yet to come. In attempting to swing
round the bridge, the immense founda
tion of the derrick gave way, and pre
cipitated Thomas O. Murphy, head first,
James 0'. Big-feet after, and then a
' number of the Von Sticks, fell pel mel
down the awful depths, (three feet of
which was perpendicular, and one foot
slanted off into a level plateau a little
further 'on.) The Sticks are very large,
and falling from such a distance all sup
posed there must be an awful fatality,
and an impenetrable gloom and horror
seemed fixed on every countenance.
Our ex-Mayor of the Roman architec
tural nose turned pale and was mute with
emotions of grief, but I thought I saw
courage in his eye. Our Philosopher,
saw no relief in cold philosophy, and
looked up with awe ; and this deponent
looked down, else he could not have seen
all he now tells you. Some yelled like
Indians at a burial, and others silently
closed their eyes. The dirt was soft and
yielding, and to see humanity, so sud
denly hurried into the cold earth, was
enough to madden us a'l. As soon as
. we recovered sufficiently, we began look-
ing for the missing ; and oh what a right!
There below us among huge granite
- blocks, timbers and dirt, were the un
- fortunates strewn promiacuously around,
kicking, and squirming. There lay a
jug, here a dinner pail, its contents scat
tered, but soon appeared O. Murphy,
hallooing Stentor-like, "its, all right,
boys, its all right ;" and 6ure enough so
it was, nobody hurt, only some badly
coated with mud. It was now after 12
and all were hungry, but the cravings of
inner man were dispelled by the abun
dant generosity of the farmers, who live
. near. Mr. Robins, in particular, deserves
a large meed of praise, for his charac-
stie and most noble generosity, in feed-.
ng the hungry. The train was detain
ed so long it did not proceed to Cleve
land for fear of a colission wit'i the
down train ; so after testing the bridge
iby crossing it, returned to Warren, where
it arrived at 6 P. M.
May such an accident never occur again;
should be the prayer of all the passen
gers. Suffering much from mosquito bites,
I am truly yours fcc,
Warren Sept. 7th, 1155.
Colton's Atlas of the World.
We have just seen several specimens
of tLe maps, this enterprising map pub
lisher is getting up, for his great "Atlas
of the World." They are beautifully
executed, snd, when taken together,
will make the finest work of the kind,
ever published in America.
There are to be 174 maps, on 108
sheets of map paper, known as imperial
folio, delineating with great accuracy
every portion of the globe. Letterpress
description of the countries represented,
accompany each map.
Most of the large cities of ihe glebe
are to be presented on separate maps,
showing the p'ansof the streets and their
envirocs for many miles around each.
These maps of cities will constitute an
interesting feature if the work, as the
representations will be most perfect, and
the engraving of the first order.
This whole assemblage of maps, ehj-
iganily bound in one volume, is to be
afforded to subscribers at only $20 ; but
little more than the price of our best
United Slates maps on rollers, or it will
be furnished in two volumes accompanied
by the letterpress descriptions at 27.
We predict that Colum's "Atlas of the
World," wili take the place of all oihers
among the American, and, to a gicat
extent among European readers ; nnd
every intelligent family in our county,
able to have such an encyclopedia of
geographical Lnowl de and illustrations,
fliould not be without it.
We are informed that there will bu a
Teachers Institute held in this Countv
about the 1st of October next, to continu
one week. The time and place will be
announced n't week. All who think
of teaching the coming winter had better
make arrangements to attend, for we un
dcrstand the Board of Examiners con
sistin" of Mr. Chas. A. Harrisgton, of
Greene, and Mesrs. M. D. Lkggett nd
James Marvis, of Warren intend to be
more lijrid in their examinations than at
any time heretofore.
Teachers' Institute. Salt Water in Trumbull County.
We learn that Mr. Daniel Hide, of
Parmington, in boring for water, struck
a vein of salt water, which immediately
filled the well and rose to the surface.
Correspondent of the Baltimore American.
Letter from Dr. John R. Muller.
The Doomed Cites—Proposition to evacuate
—Rapidity of the Disease—Sudden
Changes—The Destitute Children—
The Black Vomit—Speedy Decomposition
—The Hospital—Intermittent Fever
-Howard Society, &c.
NORFOLK CITY HOSPITAL, Aug. 30.
Messrs. Editors : Still does the fe
ver continue to rage with unabated vio
lence, felling the noble hearted and
snapping assunder the dearest ties of life
Dr. Thompson, of Baltimore, has fallen a
victim to the noble cause he so cheerful
ly espoused. It seems as if Norfolk and
Portsmouth were doomed cities, around
which the angel of death is hovering im
patient to claim its victims.
It has been suggested here, and the
proposition is being discussed, to remove
the population of .Norfolk and Ports
mouth to Old Point Comfort, or some
healthy locality so that there may be no
more material for the disease to work
It is heart-rending to witness the in
roads of the disease in some families, in
many instances both parents are sratch
ed away, leaving helpless orphans to
bunet the treacherous world, and the pit
iful cry of the little children, "ma, ma, I
want to go horae, when, alas ! they
have neither parents or home, is touch
ing in the extreme.
. The rapidity of the disease when fatal,
together with the sudden changes, are
most remarkable. Sometimes the disease
runs its course to a fatal termination in
thirty six hours ; frequently it runs to
the third day. Fatal prostration will
sometimes supervene in an hour or two
after a patient has said he felt pretty
well, and when the limbs are growing
cold and the pulse failing, but coon, alas!
the cry is heard, "I shall die." Con
vulsions or deep stupcr take place and
Decomposition sometimes occurs ere
the vital spark is extinguished, and while
the last offices are being performed for
the dead, the greedy worms are observed
crawling upon their victims. The black
vomit is not an infallible precursor of
death, many having recovered after ejec
ting it. Neither is it an invariable atten
daut, many dying without it.
The hospital established here is in a
very healthy location, and many that
have recovered may attribute it to the
healthy and invigorating atmosphere of
the place. Too much praise cannot be
awarded to Dr. Wilson, a resident physi
cian, and the devoted and self-sacrificing
Sisters of Charity, and other nurses, who
so nobly volunteered their assistance.
The build'ngs used as wards for the
sick were formerly a race ground and
ten-pin alley. They have been repaired
and are well adapted for the emergency.
What a change 1 where formerly nil ga
iety and mirth, now is disease, death and
On Tuesday we hnd a change of weath
er ; co id rain set in and continued all
day long, and as all sudden vicissi
tudes in temperature promote fatality,
so it was here ; those who were in a crit
ical state died quickly.
There seems to be an increase of new
cases since the rain. In the hospital in
termittent fever has attacked some of the
On Monday there were 17 deaths at
Norfolk, 2 at hospital. On Tuesday 9,
4 at hospital. On Wednesday 22, 4 at
The difficulty of transporting cases of
fever to this place is very great ; the
wagon collects cases in town in ihe morn
ing, they are then placed in a scow and
towed down to the hospital in the after
noon by a steamboat. Frequently when
they arrive here they' are in a dying
state, and live but a few moments.
The Howard Society are about estab
lishing another hospital. They have
procured the old City Hotel at Norfolk,
and will open soon. The relief they of
ford is immense. John R. Muller.
California Commerce with Russia.
A trade has sprung up between Cali
fornia and the Russian Prosessions in
North America and Asia. San Francis
co gets all its ice, and it appears that other
branches of trade are being developed.
A San Francisco paper says :
"Some months since, the baiks Cyane
and Palmetto cleared from this port for
the Russian Possessions, with full car
goes, consisting of large quantities of
provisions, lumber, machinery, furni
ture, a complete saw-mill iron, hard 1
ware, hollow ware of all kinds, and. in
fact, the paraphernalia of quite a little
colony. These vessels were loaded and
despatched with great privacy, the stev
edore refusing to ijive anv information
as to their desLinatiou. The facts, as
yet, are only known to the parties inter
ested. We are able to state, however,
witu considerable confidence, that these
vessels proceeded to the Anioor rivei,
in Asiatic Russia, possibly touching at
Petropaulowski on the route. One hun
dred miles above its mouth a splendid
country exists, the greater part of which
is clad with inexhaustible forests of pine
and fir, and here the company re able
to locate a branch house, and eventually
communicate with the interior of Russia.
and China. The Amoor, or Saghelien
river, is considered as the dividing line
between the two empires with the vast
province of Mautchooria on the south,
and Southern Siberia on the north. A
trade once established, And California
would pour her products into the lap of
Asia, by a channel until now almost un
known iu the world.
There is something of philosophy in a
lecipe furnished for making bread manu
factured from grown wheat. The sprout
ing is said to destroy the alcoholic qual
ity of the grain, so that i s life is gone,
while the nutiicious quality still remains.
It is said, therefore, that if a gill of alco
hoi is added to the dough in kneading,
it will make excellent bread. It is worth
Rumou. It is repoite.l that President
Pierce lias recently bought a farm of
500 to 600 acres, near Colesviilc, Mont
gomery county, Maryland a few miles
from Washingion, as bis future residence.
It is also reported that iu the event of
his receiving the Democratic nomination
for the Presidency in 185(3, he will run
as a Maryland and not as a New Hamp
shire candidate. We give the rumors
for what they are worth. American
DESIRABLE .RESIDENCE for Sale.
The snbFrrilwr will dispose of his GARDKJf
FARM AND RESIDENT E, in Uie toa-nship of Hon land,
one mile east of the Tillage of Warren. The lot con
sists of ten acres of land, on which hare lieen erected
a commodious lwellinr and rood Barn, a ith olher im
provements. The location is in erery way pleasant,
and would suit any one disposed to alternate business
pursuits with rural enjoyment. For terms. Ate, inquire
of JAMES Dl'MAKS, or
SepU S, KaS.-tt LEOGETT r COX, Warren. O.
TAXES FOR 1855.
FOR STATE PURPOSES.
For State Common School Fund, 1 mills on Ihe
dollar ; for District School Library Fund, 1 10 mill on
the Dollar ; for payment of interest of State Debt, 1
mill on the dollar; for General Revenue purposes,
6 10 mill on the dollar ; total for State purposes, 3 4-JO
milts on the dollar.
FOR COUXTT PURPOSES.
For the General Fund, 1: mills on the dollar ; for
Bridre purposes, 6-10 mill on the dollar , for Infirma
ry purposes, i 1(1 mill on the dollar ; for Road purpo
ses mill on the dollar ; total for County purposes,
2 Uio I'M mills on the dollar.
TOWXSHIP, SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND OTHER
Iluhtiard ; for township purposes, V mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 7 0 mill ; for school pur
poses, 1-4 mill.
lirookneld ; for township purpos-s, 1-10 mill ; for
cemetery purposes, 3 10 mill ; for school purposes, 1 4
mill ; for road purposes, 4-10 mill.
Hartford ; for township purposes. S-10 mill ; for the
paymeut of school teachers. 7-30 mill ; for school pur
loses, 2-10 mill ; for roa! purposes, l-lll mill ; school
district No. 4, 1 mill.
Vernon; for building town hall. 2 mills; for town,
ship purposes, 1-4 mill; for cemetery purposes. 1-10
mill: for the payment of school teachers, 110 mill;
for school purposes, 2-10 mill.
Kinsman ; for township purposes, 3 20 mill ; for
school purposes, 1 610 mills ; school district N'o. 4. 3
mills ; school district No. 6, 3 mills ; school district
Ho. 3, ,S mill.
LiUny ; for township purposes, 1-4 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 1 mill ; for school purpo
Vienna ; for township purposes, 3-10 mill ; for school
purposes, i mill.
Fowler ; for toe payment of school teachers, ii mill :
for school purpose. 11 mill : for school district Na. 9.
3 S mill.
Johnston ; for township purposes. 3-5 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 1 mill ; for school purpo
ses, hi mill.
Oust vus ; for township purposes. K mill : for the
payment of school teachers, mill ; fur school purpo
ses, H mill ; for school district No. 113 mills ; school
district No 2, 1 mill ; school district No. 6, 3 mills ;
school district No. 7, 1 mill : school district No, 8,4 5
mill ; school district No-wssw 1-10 mills.
Weathersfield ; for township purpoaei, W mill : for
road purposes, 1-5 mill ; for school purposes, 4-i mill ;
school district No. 6. 9-10 mill.
llowland ; for township purposes. 3-20 mill ; for the
payment of schoolteachers, 1-4 mill ; for school purpo
ses, 3 20 mill.
Basetta ; for the payment of school teachers, 310
mill ; for school purposes, rxit 11 ; for school district
No. 3, 3 11 20 mills ; for school district No. 8, 3 mills ;
school district No. 7, 1-10 mill.
Hecca ; for township purposes, 3-10 mill ; for the
payment of teachers, 9-10; for school purposes, 3-10
Greene; for the payment of school teachers. 3 5
mill ; for school purposes, 9-20 niiU ; for cemetery
purposes, J-lu mill; for school district No. 3, 5
Lordstown ; for township purposes, 3-20 mill : for the
payment of school teachers, 3-5 mill ; for school purpo
arren Township ; for the payment of school teach
ers. H mill ; for school purposes, 1 mill.
t arren illarc ; for Lneine-house and fire pumoses
1 mill; for reneral fund, 1 mill; for school purposes in
distiict No. 1, 1 mill; for purchasing Iota and building
school houses in district No. 1,4 mills.
Champion; for township par poses. 1-10 mill: for road
purposes, 3-20 mill.
Bristol ; lor townsnip purposes, mill ; for the
payment of school teichers, 3-10 millr for school pur
poses, 3-5 mill; for school district No. 7, 2 mills.
Bloomneld; lor scnool purposes, t ril mills.
Newton ; for township purposes, 3-10 mill; for th
payment of school teachers, 3-5 mili; for school purpo
ses, 3-5 mill.
Ilracerille; for township purposes. 1-5 mill: for the
payment of school teachers, 9-20 mill; for school pur
poses. 2 5 mill.
Southington; for township purposes, 1-4 mill; for
the payment of school teachers, 13 mill; for s.-hool
district No. 3, 9-10 mill: for school district No. 4, ,
miil; for school district No. tJ, 4-5 mill.
Farminrton; for township purposes, 1-4 mill: for the
payment of school teachers, 1-5 mill; for school purpo
ses. 2 5 mill ; for cemetery purposes, 1-4 mill ; for
school district No. 1, 3 mills; for school district No. 2,
Mesopotamia: for township purposes. 320 mill: for
the payment of school teachers, 3-4 mill: for school
purposes. 1-4 mill; ior school district No. 5, 1-3 mill.
The Treasurer will attend at the usual places of bold-
nr elections, in the following named townshitts of
Trumtmll county, for the purpose of receiving said tax
es, as follows :
Kinsman, Monday ,..... October 15
Vernon. Tuesday....... tj
Hartford. Wednesday, 44 17
llrookfield, Thursday, " 18
Hubbard, Friday, " 19
Lilierty, Saturday, 20
Johnston, Monday,.. ............ M 22
Gustavus. Tuesday..................... M 23
Greene. Wednesday,.. ......... ........ 24
Mecca. Thursday .... 25
Bloomfield, Friday, 26
Bristol, Saturday, 87
Newton. Monday,. .............. ....... ' 29
Farmington, Tuesday,.... .............. 44 30
Mesopotamia, Wednesday.............. 44 31
After which the Treasurer will keep an office in War
ren, fur the purpose of receiving taxes until the 2tth
day of Decemlter- 1H55.
irPAU persons who hare performed labor on the
highway in discharge of their road tax, rill be required
to produce the supervisor'scertificnte for the snme.
JOHN M. HKZLEt ,
Watts m, O., September 5, 1855.
TO THE LADIES.
DR. THRALL S COMPOUND Ex
Cohosh, Pond Lily and Snnqna?h,
A sure remedy for the following Diseases of Females,
ris : Amenorrhea, or Itetention or the Menses ; Sup
pression of the Menses ; Mcnorrha a, or Excessive
Meustruation; Fhior Albus, or Whites; Turn of Life;
Flatulence ; Constipation ; Eruitions of the Skin ;
Hysterics, Convulsions; Prolapsus Uteri, or Bearing
Down; Irrilab e Womb; Chlorosis, or Green Sick
ness; Dysmenarrhea, or Painful Menstruation; Preg
aaccy; Sterility, dec tc. ecc.
In coming before the public, I do not profess to cure
all the diseases that flesh is heir to; only those to which
I have laid Oie most particular attention, during an
extensive practice of 20 years, often prescribing for
to jo patients in a day. and that the suffering re
malts of the United States may lie benefited and saved
from a premature grave, to which thousands fall vic
tims annually for the want of proper and timely Reme
dies to regulate the functions of the Womb and its se
cretin r organs. With this view, I have incurred great
expense iu making a Compound Extract, put up iu pint
bottles, prepared with strict reference to vegetable
chemistry, from 13 Balsamic Roots ami Plants, which
have long been known to the aborigines of this country
and many Physicians to have a Siecifiic Tonic and
Alternative action upon the Female Womb and its ap
pendages, but the Compound Extract ol Cohosh. Pond
Lily and Nunquagh, I claim for myself and my country
to be the only preparation of the kind ever preared,
and the only one that is adapted to the different diseas
es of Females of this climate, to which hundreds can
Dose, from one to two tea-spoonfuls in one or two
tatile-spooufuls of water 3 times a day before meals.
It should act upon the bowels epee or twice a week.
None genuine without my name and Ihe name of the
medicine blown on the bottle, with my written signa
ture on each label ; also a Journal of Female Diseases
accompanying each bottle. Price, tlO.
Frm Ckiff JuMlict Aessn : 1 have been acquaint,
ed with Dr. Thrall several years, and can cheerfully
bear testimony to his good private character, and high
professional attainments, and can confidently recom
mend him to the p-.bi;, as a gentleman, in every way
entitled to their respect and confidence. I trust he
may succeed in this change uf his professional labors ;
and am sure that he cannot fail, if integrity and enter
prise, together with a high professioual standing, re
ceive their due and proper rewards.
Hall Cooperstown, Nov. 3d, lt5.
Da. Tiicali.: Sear Sir I have just heard that you
leave the village in the morning ; I should be very
sorry that you should depart, without my good wishes
and thank for your professional aerricee in my fami
ly ; the very serious indisposition of Mrs. Coojr, in
passing the turn of life, some 3 or 3 rears since, was
the worst affliction she ever had ; and I impute under
t'rovtdenoe ner recovery to your medi .ine.
Wherever you go, I wish you success.
Believe me. Dear Sir, very truly Yours,
J. FENIMORE COOPER.
LEAVE OF REFERENCE:
CmvntnTT or Nrw Yoaa Citt S. T. Francis, M.
P.; I'. Joel Trotter. M. D.; Leman Dubois, M. 1.; Silas
Dyke. M. D.: P. it. Dra)er, M. D.
Hostok S. Warren, M. J.; Warner Stevens, M. D.;
Willimn Wood, M. D.
PmuDELrma Sam'l V. Parrish, M. D.; K. 8 Hor
ner. M. D.; Clovis T. Eherle, M. D.; James Frost. M. D.
New Yocx Rev. A. E. Campbell; Rev. John Tilfany ;
Rev. T. Baver.
Albamv lion. W. L. Marcy; Hon. L. S. Chatfield;
Hon. Peter Mann; Fton. Silas Fitch.
ltrrrato Prof. F. II. Hamilton.
PpiLaBEl.rHiA Hon. Wm. Smith; lion. Joel llesmcr;
Hon. J. R. M. Miller.
Very many ('.crtificates and Letters of commendation
from d:stinguisbed individuals, which 1 think not tet
publish, may b- seen by calliug at my oflice. l-.'5 Su
perior Street. Cleveland. 0., or at my General Depot,
Broad SU, K. Y. City, and by Dealers in Me lie. n
ereryahere. Agents wanted. 3cpt-5-6m.
ATA BARGAIN ! For Sale One
V Second-hand TOP BI'OOY. which has been in uc
year and a half: one NRW OPEN BLUUi. Also,
one l'AKLOR COAL STOl'B. Inquire at
S-pt.5. POMEROY'S MUSIC STOKE.
Jacobs Ac Jackson, ) Before Andrew Gardner.
vs. S J. P. of HuM.ard Township.
John McMorren. J Trumt-ull County. Ohio.
On the latii day of July, A. D IHi5. said Justice Is
sued an order of attachment in the love action tor
l!i.-umuf three hundred .lollari debt and thirty dol
lars costs. Sai.l c:iu.e will l.e for trial 2iM day of Sei
temlr, tr&i, at H o'clock, A. M. plii.mil-. h.ieuJ to
testify. l-rt5-tl JACOBS ec JACKioN.
DR. II. Ti;i'.i,S'
SEPTiiM Ii E I V A P 10 1 X T M EXTS.
Dr. II. irUUS, Analytic riiy.c:an, he at tit
rrii:a, H jrrt ii, Houne, Tufl:iy. Sept.
'::u KM., V'r. Kat-.u's, Wetlnee.lay, ferpt- -
1. wksh v, I'rtrtitif. iluudC.Tliurtrtl.iy and r rUay,3f tli
an I -J!-t n.l.jr.
Ta.s' ni!!.ru-t! wiili Cltronic i.i"-'ae of the liver.
Limes. Ki-inf.vt ur uplrt-n ItiCap.r.tiuns, KheuuiatiMT,
Atlu.,v loin-ess i i.riiith or i!i;ticu1t of Breathing.
DyciK-L-sia, Droi.sy, .Veaknr., r Nt-rveus .Utility.
llctivs$r.cs,LtM of Ap.ftl(f. o .n-xipatinii. Derange
tnt;.t f lite SMiuca. UilliutM Ailertiui a, Gruvt!,
White Sar-jilin-;, or any long sumting dUe.ise, are in
ril'.-U tu call.
KO f'MARUK FOR rniit r.TATTOK
Dr. TuV s neither i'letd i.-r Misters, nor is he a
Hinepathir.t; lit tn-vcr ui Merriry. Aiitimmy, -leu
if, ur any Uijr MiniimU. a mtiicil aruu; nor ii
tit a Th iiiiisotii:iii hr neither st-.-amsnorivi-aeai. tira.
His theory ol lise:ts? J tli era from all others that hare
UtN-i. al.tc!, t'Ut not more so than docs his y stem ut
treatment, lie dues not .! sick to me well not
'.r down tm build ep a -mm ; uur allay irritatioD by
patc.iinjr tip with cmtii'inex.
I'atiiMits should maris veil the dates given ahore.
Our entire timr heiii pre-ccr;uetl, attendance amsl
accord mrirtiy with pUi'iishcd announcement!..
Aa unbiased opinion as to the proLiahitity of a cure
is always given ulijectiuft the patient to xo expense
without a reasonable prosjiect of success.
Wuoftew, Ohio. June, Io3.
Px. II. TrM Dkak Sib : In justice to you I cannot
refiain expressing my itratitudc, aud at the same time
wilt offer something of oiy experience, hopins, (if pub
lished.) it may prove be ue tic ml to fullering humanity.
For the last seven years 1 have lahored under a i om ii
nation of diseases, and su tiered to an extent that ren
dered life a hurthen. The best physicians of the coun
tiy were employed, bat all in vain; they neither (rave
encouragement or relief. In the fall of M9 my nerv
ous "system was completely prostrated by a course of
typhoid fever, from that time my lungs were weak,
causing much difficulty of breathing, couch and expec
toration. I also iu He red extremely with a stinging
pain in my left side, near the hart, and back to the
shoulders, but still more from a violent strnirjcling of
the heart, aud an indescribable sinking, dying feeling,
which it seemed impossible to survive. These convul
sions or throes of the heart would terminate by a rush
of blood to the head, producing a fearful sensation,
bordering njmn delirium, aud leave me exhausted. A
pain in the back and stomach, with frequent vomiting,
added to my afflictions. Strength and flesh were much
reduced. I was obliged to keep my bed a greater part
of the time, and friends and neighbors gave up all hope
oj my recovery, thinking me sinking with consumption-
In the Summer of 131. when my disease wore
its darkest form, a friend urged me to see Dr. Tnbbs.
I have dor e so ; have taken ut no other medicines
f since, and am happy now to say my health if good
Disease has disappeared under treatment, like dew be
fore the mnruiug sun, and 1 can now work at household
affairs from morning until evening with no inconveni
ence whatever. Yours, truly,
KKUKCCA A. WniTE.
We give the above without comment. Those wishing
fur her infonmtion, can call cn Mr. W.t or writ het
at Woostcr. Ohio. aept.5
BOUNTY LASD WARRANTS
THE highest market price will be paid
for Land Warrants of all sixes.
Those havinc Warrants to dispose of. will please call
on the subscriber, at . A. Smith or Co.'s Drug Store.
Warren. Juue 3, K-iO-y tDWARD A. b.VilTU.
THE PAPAL CONSPIRACY EX-
X POPED, and Protestantism defended, in the light
of Reason, History and Scripture ; by lie v. x.dward
Beecher, D. D. a few copies just ieceived
aug 2 AT ADAMS'
A rery rood Brick Dwelling House. Tot partic
ulars inquire of aug--itf W.IDUINU3.
CELLING OFF AT COST ! ! p
k J a f uauPHnv kin tic ! 1 1 J J "
neatin to ciose nis easiness ior me present,
will sell. tJT a few we-ks from date, his entire
stock of PIANO FORTES. MELODK0XS, GI ITAR3
SHEET ML'SICand Musical Merchandize of all de
scriptions, AT COST 1
Sheet Music will be sold to those purchasing or or
dering by mail, to the amount of $1,00 and over.at naif
the usual price.
Among the stock of Musical Instruments to he sold,
will be found a fine assortment of Flute, Flutinas,
Vccurdeons. Banjos, Violins and Bass Viols. Also.,
Instruction Books for all instruments.
ilis Pianos and Melodeous are of the finest quality of
tone and finish. A few second-band Pianos and Jielo
deons will be sold very low.
The i-ubscriber flatters himself, from the extent of
his sales in this place and vicinity, for the past three
years, that the reputation of the Instruments kept by
Lim. ia too well esta lished to render it necessary to
say more with regard to them at this time.
Those who contemplate the purchase of an Instrument
within the next year or two. are assured that they will
fin-., it greatly to their advantage to call at this time.
August Sth. IcoJi- g. ?. POME ROY.
STRIKE NOW, WHILE THE IRON
13 HOT! A RAKE CHANCE FOR A BAUOAIX
can be hail by applying i -.mediately, as I wish to go
West by the middle of SepU mber, to stay a ew months.
I want to sell my building on the east side of Main st,
all my Groceries now on hand, and some Guns and Gun
Fixtures, together with Gunsmith Tools, and will oner
them at a bargain for the sake of closing out. Also, a
Building Lot on the West side of Ham street, 20 Teet
front by 70 feet deep a good location for business.
Call soon, and look, at said property, if you wish to
Warren, August 8, 1855. JOHN DAY.
STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE. A
good second-hand Bteam Engine, manufactured
by W. 11. Hull, is offered for sale on easy terms. This
Engine would be very suitable for a Coal Bank, small
Gritt Mill, or Work Shop, and is at present in running
order, standing on a solid cast iron bed-plate. Shafting
ptimp,'fcc, in good repair. - Will be warranted, if re
quired, and sold at a great bargain. Address Box K5,
Ay arren Post Office. Aug 8-4 w
'HOT GUNS. Best Stubb & Twist
) dbU bi-L shot guns, at A. I. BIORLEY'S.
FENCE PALINGS We keep on hand
a good stock of Fence Palings ready for use, which
we can sell cheap. They make the nicest fence for the
least money, that is now made very fashionable too.
June 6, le&. SPEAR at SON.
TO WHOM IT MA Y CONCERN.
I have appointed Jeiediah K. Bam ham. of Kins
man, a Deputy County Surveyor, and empowered him
to do all jobs of Surveying which may be presented.
Ilis office is at the Probate Judge s office, Conrt House,
Warren. H. M. LEET,
July 25 County Surveyor.
1 LIQUORS for Medicinal purposes, and said to be
the best in town, at may 31 PORTER fc Co.'s.
ELANO'S INDEPENDENT Horse
The subscribers are now prepared to manufacture and
furnish the above rake. As it is now generally in use
in this County, and its merits so well known, we do not
deem it necessary to name its good qualities.
CROW LLb'S THK KMO.M tit K CtllK.N.tbe best in
use.and PROVISION SAFES, which no family should
be without, furnished at low prices AH kinds of shop
work. Sawing, Planing, Turning, Stc . done promptly
and in good style.
uILMUKl 3 r ATfc-NT Bfc.K mfl&c, Hive and lie
ceipt fur feeding. We are also agents for the above.
and are ready to manufacture them, and dispose of town-
snip or individual rirhts.
Call at the K0VELT1T WORKS, West aide Mahoning
river. Warren, Ohio.
Aug 1-t MESSENGER Jt TIMMERMAN.
The subscriber is ready to FCXL and DRESS
CLOTH, at his shop in Warren. Likewise will contin
ue to card until cold weather.
Warren, Aug 29 '55-,. BFN'J. STEVENS.
I JERRY DAVIS PAIN KILLER, 3
.II gross last received, and for sale at
aug. ill. . A. SM1TII At CO.
SLOAN'S OINTMENT AND CON
DITION POWDERS can I.e had at
aur.2) . A. SMITfl Jc C0'3.
-Ar rr k nv r t tjviou r 1.
ii Furniture, warranted extra quality, for sale hr
aug.2y U. A. SMITH cc CO.
T70SGATE S ANODYNE CORDIAL,
I a celebrated and popular remedy for Summer Com
plaint : the genuine for sale by
E. A.SMITU CO.
A TTACHMENT NOTICE.
X V James Deinusej,
Before Amos Allison, J. P.
vs. or tt eatbersnclu lownship.
David Herringtnn.) Trumtmll County, Ohio.
On the ttb day of July, A. D. 133, said justice issu-
..I .1 1 1 . r. . ...1 f....--f. M. .... K.i.l . u.
will be for hearing September 15th, at 10 oclock, A. M.
Plaintiff intends to testyfy.
aug. 29. JAMES DEMPSEY.
X T. U.
. Morley & C- are now able to supply Mil
lers and others with a new corn cracker, the best in
use. aug 15
18 dot fancy silver plated handles.
5-4 Jap'd handles, Nos 1,3 and 3,
3 White metal aud plated htns,
4t gro fancy headed screws and tack s. some en
tirely new styles. PACKARD Sc BAKNUM.
T7IIAT YOU WILL FIND at the
f SEW LYME WATElt-CCRE.
Large and commodious builduigspure snring Water
a pleasant location, delightful climate, kind and ca
pable assistants, pleasant rooms, with a large number
of invalids, generally doing well. For further particu
lars, addrei- F. KEE, M. D.,
July Id, lH35-6m Sew Lyme, 0.
A Kb: YOU INSURED ?
1 - If not, apply to the .Etna Aceney, in .Warren
the oldest, safest, and lest comaiiy in the country.
wiui a cash capital of . isj.iaiu. rrompt in business.
and cn'titalile in adjusting losses.
arren, ang 1-u J. u. aih, Ajenu
MEN OF CHARACTER, at
aug. 8. BALDWIN'S.
TEW WHOLESALE READY
UN MADE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE.
HAMPTON c CAMPBELL,
(Of the late firm mf Jfampto. n'tlsmn Sc CJ)
So. e3. Third Stroet, between Wood and Market,
Are now receiving their stock of Fall and Winter
Ooodj, to which they call the attention of H estern
MrrtkamtM. Among their assortment will be fonuu
MEN! AND BOYS' CLOTHING, of erery possiide des
cription ; also Troy and Hartford Sairts and Collars,
.tool, Alermo and Cotton luderylitrts and Drawers,
Silk fciid Linen Handkerchief.. Men's Hosiery. Sus-
pen ltrs. Cravats, Seek Ties, Stucks. tilove-t, 4tc, Al
so, i general assortment of INDIA Kl'BBEU OODS.
We intend this stock shall alvrays be one of the Ur.rst,
the lit M furiiisheil. and the nw; bettttifulaud complete
to be found in the United States. Our connection with
ine of Uie larsrt houses in A iscachusetts, where the
tmuu.t cire hn been eowrd In thtfir martiifacture,
gives os advantages which will enai-l- us to sell ols
at Eastern Jiiben pr:c-s. which we are determined to
do ; fend also enables n- to o.It a greater arie;yGoMs
to iHir customers tlian has hitherto leen found in this
We respectfully s 'lic.l th? patronase of a'l 1. avers
viiung this city The order of our cutuim rs h.il
e protitptly arid stisfactnril liiU-.l on lern.s a liClal
as i y anv lli-r house in the c-Miiitry.
Spt.iiw. HAMPTON &. CAMPBELL.
1 AINTING. C. 0. McNitt. House,
A. Sijrn and Ornament Puintr. Main Stre t, (over
liuld .ein's : othing Store,) Warren, O. Dry and
greuud line for aie. au-' '
npiiE (i n E AT DISCUSIuX-'Bc-
K- ., miil e -uM:he.l ou the lt of Septeiu.it.-r, by
GLO. AD. MS .Warn n,..
t hi- iMit wiil l,c a barge mo. vol. of over -fi b pa
ges. c)o.ety pr.nted and we'l :vi-d. It wilt r cne uf
the che-pest books, for $1.-5, tiwtt we have ev r .d.l.
There will be, of this edition, i ut oic thousand co
pies printed ; it wuui-l Ie advisable, therefor;, f'r tho.-e
who nould e sure ol a copy, to leave or sud in f heir
names, so they mav be on our lirt I ef're e s"W l.v the
demand for the book from nearly eery Coui.ty in th a
Mate, as well : from numerous lot alitses iu tue a-ija-..t
it-.t,- Nnictrau te left at
,,,,'.1 ADAMS HOOK.-'
0 II, virtue of a vendi to med'irecU'l an.l c!rlivore.l.
issue ! oat of lue C.iurt of t'onimcn rioas. i f Truml.ua
County, ohm, !.v the I'li-rit there.. I have levied on,
uid sluill expose to j.n'.lic sale, at the store rooo s of
J.unt i II. Kill.ve. in W i.rr-n, in sihl County, oa Thurs
il.iy, the 4t . ilav of Octo'.er, A. U. I-.V, l etaceu the
hou-s of III o"t i. ck A 51. and 4 o'clock I. M. of "d
day. the foilowiu described property, vis : 43 yards
ticking : WH'i y:ird cassiniere ; ya'ds satinrt
css'd ; 10 piec.-s yanU carj-etiu.' ; i pieces ntat
tiii'Z 4ri yards ; ".D piec-s 6"t; yards prints ; i ptir
ialits ass'd ; ft wool ovrrcoats : ! frock coats asd ;
4 sack coats do. ; 13 fleets 3' yards insertion ; 14
fancy watch chains ; IG gold breast pin. : I pla'e.l do.;
39 pait pieces ass'J nh'-ons SI4 jards a 65 la dm.
wadding; 4 pieces H'.', yard cheese capping; 03
yards hite fl innel ; 5 tanls wi-jins ; 6 y'd red pail
ding ; 9 piece. y'ds d aper ; 5' y'ds nankeen ; 2
pieces 24 v'ds plaid linsey ; 19 V, y'ds Turkey-n-d prints;
7S y'dsfigd velvet : 4 pieces b' yds. glared muslin ;
6 boxes artificials ; 10 bonnet linings : 1" labs ; 6 rign
letts ; 3 ostrich feathirs ; 4 pair l.nliea' gloves ; 10 pir
ehildrens' hose ; 4 pair do.; Su pair ladies' mitts ; S9
pair children' hose : ra'r glove ; 44 yds. union
linen ; a lot of nress buttons in box ; IU pieces carpet
binding ; 1 box wood buttons ; 9B lbs. carpet yarn,
ass'd ; ISO lbs. cotton do. ; 31 looking glasses, ass'd ;
3' yds. dimity ; 8 palm leaf hats ; 23 hunches steel
beads ; 3 gents.' breast pins ; 1 pair gent ' white kid
gloves ; 1 pin and ear drop ; 3 shirt studs ; 1 pair ear
drops ; II gold pens : 6do.; 1 pair silver spectacles ;
t pair plated do.; 2 pair common do. damaged : 15 pair
kid gloves, ass'd ; - neck combs ; - show cases ;
clock4 ; 2 hunenes window cord ; 1 silk paiasoll ; 2'J
yds. black crape ; 131 shelf boxes ; " pairmen'sgloves:
ill mulberry platters ; 3 clued do.; 4 fancy do , ass d ;
5 blue planers ; 20 do., ass'd ; 1 blue wash bowl and
pitcher ; 1 fancy do. ; 74 mulberry plates ; 3.5 fancy
pi ites. ass'd ; 13 pickle dishes ; 6 mulberry bowls ; 4
muliierry teaKts and creamers ; 6 fancy pitchers ; 8
mulberry do. ; fl -t t.anot. sngar and creamers ; 1
blue sugar howl ; 15 blue pitchers, ass'd siies ; 24 blue
bowls, ass'd do. ; 6 earthern butter tulu ; 6 turreeus :
5 common bowls ; 6hlue bakers ; 230 blue plates, ass'd;
17 sauce plates ; 5-12 dos. cups and saucers ; Ii saucers;
3(1 cup plates, sss'd ; 4 bowls ; 1 e teapot ", 1 col'd do ;
8 do. c ; 3 set deep blue te:iiots, snirars and cieamers ;
6 blue pitchers; 4 blue creamers , lt'3 deep blue plates ;
3 dox. deep hlu; cup plates; 117e.Ue:l cupplites; lc
chamlier; 1 c pitcher; I box ass'd ribbons: 2 part
pieces liorder paper ; 1 lioys' fancy hat ; 6 yds. mous
de laine; about e9 lbs. tobacco; 371; H.s. do.; 20 lbs.
y. h. tea; 13 lbs. do. ; 9.-i pieces ass'd wall pajer; 1b
part pieces do. ; 3qr. boxes raisins ; about 2 bushels
flaxseed ; I scoop shovel ; 52 lbs. wool ; about full ft.
seasoned lumber ; 29 flour barrels ; l peck measure ;
1 dnng fork ; 1 piece cablechain : 2 11-12 dox. brooms;
2114 bs.tarch ; 1 cane basket ; 2wahtnbs; I shovel;
9 cradle scythes ; 3 returned gras scythe ; about 1H
lbs. rope : 1 set large scales and weights ; about J
reams wrapping per ; 6 globe lamps ; 1 hrge stone
pitcher ; 1 letter press ; 1 counter brush ; 2 feather
brushes; 195 cheese boxes ; 10 half boxes e by 10?!a-s;
IH butter firkins ; 1 set platform scales and weights ;
1 30 gal. oilcan : 17 bonnet crowns ; 2 pairsshowboys;
2 hair combs ; 3 hunks ; 1 large goods stand : 4 do.; 1
metal inkstand 1 common store table ; 3 stools ; 6
chairs ; 3 pair shelf stairs ; a pair of pen stairs, and 9
set counter scales and weights.
To be sold at the suit of Boyd & Paul against Will iam
VT. Collins and others.
II. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff Office, Warren. August S2d, lH55.-7t-12.12,
SALL-: OF REAL ESTATE by order
of Court In oledience to an order of sale issued
nv the Prohate Court of Tram'mll County. Ohio, on thn
31 st of August. A D. and to tne dtreeted, I will
offer for sale to the highest bidder, on the 6th day af
October, A. D- between the hours of 10 o'clock A
M. and 3 o'clock P. M of said ifey, the following de
scribed lands, as the property of Ezra Curtis, deceased,
situate in Farm in gt on township, eounzy of Trumbull,
and state of Oh to, and known as beina eighty-four acres
of land in lots Nos.22 and -23 in said township of Farm
ington, and more fully described as being the home
stead late occupied by said Kira Curtis, deceased.
Also one other piece of thirteen acres in Lot No.
twenty-one (-) in said lownship of Farm ington. The
sale to be on the premises.
The above described lands are encumbered with
dower, and appraised at tl.000, subject to dower.
Terms of sale, one-hall in hand; balance in one and
twoears. CHAUSCEY TAFT,
shot oi czra v. ur us, uccraxu.
J. M. S- ;tt, AU'y for Adm'r. ep5-4w
KJ Br virtue of an order of sale, to me directed and
delivered, by the Clerk of the Curt of C.tmmon Pleas
of Trumbull county aud state oi Uaio, l sn.ni expose
to puli lie sale, as upon execution, at the door of the
Court House, in Warren in said county, on Saturday,
the M day of September, A. D. lKk, ht tween the
hours of 10 o clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. ol said
day, the following described lands and tenements, to
wit: Situate in Baxetta township. No. 5,in the 3d range
in the Connecticut Western Reserve, and is known by
part of lot No. in said township, and is bounded as
follows. Til : beginning at a post standing in the south
west corner of Silas Leonard's lands, and running
thence to the north-west corner of 7.iba Casterliue1
land, thence eastward along the north line of the said
Caster line's land, 19 chains 50 links to the center of the
hiirhwav. 3 chains 75 links, thence north, 7l- W. 17
chains lS links, to a post standing in the said line of
Silas Leonard s lann, inence aiong in? noe oi aaia
Leonard's land, south e 3U", west a cnains ia links
tothe place of beginning, containing fifteen aores and
63-1UU of an acre of land.
Appraised at 53U per acre, to oe sou at tne suit oi
Samuel Brock against Joseph Post, et ml.
ii. iv it Atv.MiF-i, onrrin.
Sheriffs Office, Warren, August fe!d, lHjj.t-350
John G. North, Plaintiff, 1 In the Court of
v. 1 Common Pleas of
James H. Kibbee and Lauren T. Trumbull County.O.
.'jerriam. Defendants. J Civil Apt inn.
Lauren T. M err iam, one of the defendants, a non
resident of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, taat on
the 2d day of August, A. l. lCo$t the Plaintiff filed his
petition against the defendant in said Court, alleging
that the deiendanis are indebted to him on the promis
sory note of said James U. Kibbee, as makee, and the
id Lauren T. Merriam and tne said James ll. tviohee.
under the firm of Meiriam tz. Co., as indorsers. in the
sum of one thousand dollars, with interest from May
14th. 1p5o. at the rate of seven per cent, per annum :
said note dated January 11th, 1rjo, payable at the Corn
Exchange Rink, New York, four mouths after date
The via i nt iff will take lu-iement by default against
said Lauren T. Herriam, for the sum and interest as
aforesaid, unless he answers by the 13th day of Octo
ber, A D. Ic55.
J. Oi U. It. lit tunics
Aug. S3, l-?5o.-6t 4tt'ys for I FIT.
Kufus Beman, "1 In
ts. I the District Court
James C. Bishop, Executor of for Trmnbull County,
Ebenezer II. Bishop and wu I unio. uillih
lianj Q. Alexander. J Ch.v krt.
The said William O. Alexander is notified that the
said Rafas Beman has filed in said Court his petition
to review the decree rendered in the Suprene Court in
and for said county, at the August term. A. D. Ie5d, in
the cause then pending in said Court, of said Kufus
Beman against said Eenezer ll. Hisnon ana said u-
Uam Q. Alexander. The said William O. Alexander
must appear and answer or demur, to said petition
within sixty days from the third day of Octob r, 1&5,
or the same will, as to him, ie taken as confessed.
By SlTI'lfr OC ill llUE,
aug 23-Gt Solicitors for Compll.
INSTATE OF MARK WESTC0TT,
dee'd. Notice is hereby given tliat the under-
signrd, as Administrator on the estate of Mark West
cott. late of Warren, deoeased, will make application to
the Probate Court of Trumbull county, Ohio, for the
site of a judgment in favor of slid administrator ajriinst
David nestcott, in the Court of Common Pleas or said
Countv. The rrounds of said abdication are the
doubtful soWancy of said David Westcott, and on ac
count of a supposed legal and equitable defence against
Said application will he heard on the 29th day of Sep
tember. 1805, at 10 o'clock.
J. Hr.rmxri, OLIVER P. W ELTCOTT,
B. F. Curtis, Att'ys. Adm'r of Mark Westcott.
Warren, Aug. 1855.-5.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE by order
On the e.Hh day of September, 185.., at 3 oVlock P H,
on the premises in Fowler, will be sold to the highest
hidder.thefulluwlncreal estate as the property of Ben
jamin F. ITayes. dec., to wit: Tno acres of land in lot
number 40, being the east part of land of said Benjamin
F. ilayes, dec. Also one undivided eighth of fifty acres
of land in the south-east part of lot number fifty-six.
subject to the dower of Sally Barnes, widow of Etene
ser Barnes, dec Terms made known on day of ale.
Aug 31Mt AdmVs of B. F. Ilayes, dec
IJUT IX WHEAT EARLY.
I- Farmers! now is the time to prepare land for
wheat. Don't forget the lessons of the past two years.
Remember that early S"wn wheat generally escapes the
ru.-uanJ the mi'ige worm, (weevil.) We know some
farmers who Intend to sow all their wheat before the
last of this month. Augnst. See to .t also that the land
is deeply plowed aud well drained, then the crop will
be ready to withstand either a dry or a wet season.
Xow is the time to secure one of T. IT. Morley Co's
Michigan Double, or Sub-Soil Plows, aug 15.
SUFFOLK SWINE FOR SALE.
I have a superior Boar and Sow, about twenty
months old. The former is of the linporution of the
Messrs. Slick nev. of Boston, the latter of the importa
tion of Col L G. Morris, of Westchester cuunty, N. Y.
ALSO, the o.T T-ring of the above, a Boxk, 7 months
old- and three pair of pigi, five weeks old.
I will aell any of i. y swine at S. er cent- less than
the same quality can be procnre-l for. from Botton.
July ie-2m N. Bloomfield. Trum. Co., O.
Avn wAi?n avtsi wwTKni
I-J AU persons having Land WarrantJ t sell, can
obtain the highest market price fur them by calling on
the subscriber, at the Western Reserve laiik.
July lii-tf J. S. L0WAR0S.
Twenty t!ound fr in Lind Warrants wan
ted for Immediate use. High prices paid in ca!i. on
delivery l.y J. K. lSCKNUAIi,
At tlie oflice of the Probate Court, Warren, O.
ARY LYNDON, or Revelatioin of
a Life ; a:i Antohiot ahy, at DAI.DWIN'i'.
UR FIRST FAM1LES, at
anr. f. BAI.BWIS'tJ.
DUTCIIEisS D. ADUANTL:S. The
great work of th'-day. Memoir of Nolen, his
court and family, by tito a'ove named distinguish lady,
intwo vols. 1'rice at ADAJiS'.
A VALUABLE UUOX. A practical
tre.itise n lui-ines or ho I" jr-t, save, snd,
pive, k'uj, 4Td bequeath money, with ;iu inquiry i.itn
the chances f .-tu-ce-s aul coi.s of fiilure in l ni r.n&.
iustreceivel at ipr. --..) ADAMS'.
I REVIEWS. Westminster, Nortli Bri--
tish, L-nlon V-isrterlv. and K lin' -ir4.
BROTHER'S KEEPER. By
A- B. ffin-r, mt!. r of dollii aiil -t-r.j
1855. J U L.Y. 12.55. "
LARGE STOCK OF CARRIAGE ii
UAKNES3 GOOD?, just receired by
PATCH V A LLIeOX, Warren, O.
SCO hides Patent Dash. Il.irnessand Writing Leather.
ltNl ' Knanieled stl tI 1u)i Leather.
511 pieces lan:is. asurleti, suoe rery ftue.
3U 4 Barkrain.
Its 44 Silk Vertoouius.
Ilitidos. Silic Knurrs.
S pieces Hreeclnie. (new article.)
J-0 pieces Knameled Clutil. (Lawrence guo.U,)
1-i 44 l:r.iA.lt-LtliS, assorted dors. ,
1V etts T ip Pmp.
3 rross J:.inne'l, Silver and Rrass Kifo'-s.
3HI " S i-MIe and Lining Nails.
"5 piece. Carriar-: Lacs. A few pieces finest Silk
Laes ever seen in lliis market.
l!n'. aud uid U-itids of stl descriptions.
-I baits of v.-t quality .Moss, aud everything wanted in
the hoe of C:iTrii:?e Trimmin e.
IX TUB liARNKS? AND SADPl.KKY LINK,
H.ygros Jup:;u l;uci.Uv, 4i, Jm. 1, 1,'., ls and
3 J1.S. IUrness Thread.
M pieces (iirthintr.
60 44 Line We4..
1in dnxen Bridle B:tt. assorted,
lis! Ivory and luass lined Martingale Rings.
ts) 44 Line and Tu ."naps.
5J 44 Real silver Rsettr. and Ornament.
Sou Japan Brass and Silver :elf adjusted Trees.
6"0 pieces ll.imes, (some flue silver.)
5 dos. Terrtts.
U 44 gtirrnp Iron,
An 1 all other article wanted In the Trade.
All the aliove gomti have been purchased of the Kas
tern Manufactures, and selected with much care will
be sold to the Trade at wholesale at a low Higure.
We can show one hundred, of all rrades. from 91 a to
$-J0 : some very fine and entirely new styles. Also,
Lines' Tmnk.. with all the extra Minis.
541 Saddles of various styles and prices, eaw be seen.
A pood assortment of Ladies' Saddles maih better than
We are manufacturing some rery fine styles of Silver
PI ite Harness, the plate ot toe best quality a laree as
sortment always on hand many new styles mf coeds,
just broaeht out by the manufacturers, can be siren at
our establishment. We tespeclfully solicit the patron
age of ail th"e that can make it their interest to do so.
July in l.-sw.
PATCH at ALLISON.
"A D0Z. WHIPS for sale, wholesale
0 J and retail, at jy 18 PATCII & ALLISON'S.
fOURRY COMBS, HORSE CARDS,
V ' Combs and Brushes ; Matts of all descriptions, at
jy 18 PATCII ALLISON S.
SADDLER'S SILK, of all shades ;
three cord Thread, white, blue and black ; Harness
Varnish ; a full stock of Saddle s Tools, at
jy IS PATCII t. ALLISON'S.
17L00R OIL CLOTHS, from 3-4 to
i. 6-4 ; trace chains, spars, tacks of all sizes. Raw
Hides, fancy russet bridles, t.irpt bacs, at
FEW PAIRS CARRIAGE LAMPS
that hare been on hand for a series of years.
which we are anxious to sell to any one that will be so
foolish as to by them. jyle fAlLH fit ALLISON.
TAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN
lf.l SHINES! FARM FOR SALE!! The luhscrf
1er, wishing to go west, would say to those desiring to
buy a farm, that he will sell his well-known old home
!:ti:ad. It contains two hundred acrts of excellent laud.
lias water in almost erery lot, timber sufficient for one
hundred years, a house almost new, that cost two thou
sand dollars, and out-buildtnes plenty and convenient.
It is located in How land, on the North and SouthCentre
ro id, and aHotit one hundred rods north of the Youngi
lown and Warren road. It cannot fail to please auy
one within a residence in the country.
(lowland. May 2, lt-i5. JOHN W. SEEL f
The subscribers hare now on trial, one of Ketch
em's combined Mowing and Reaping Machines. Those
interested can see how it works, almost anytime during
the present harvest, by calling. We would like to have
farmers call and see for themselves, and should they
wish to buy a machine, or almost any implement a far
mer needs, we would like to sell, as we have the agen
cy of the Albany A gricultnral Works, of Albany, N , Y.,
one of the most extensive establishments of the kind,
in that State. They keep on hand all kinds of farming
emplements. Threshing Machines, Mowing and Reap
ing Machine, dec. Among their Mowing and Reaping
Machine, may be found McCormick's. Uussey's, Bur
reli's, Manny's and Ketchum'a, also what ia called the
New York Reaper, which is said to be the best Reaper
now in use, but it cannot be arranged for mowin?.
llowland, July 30, 1H5S, KEEVES . ABELL.
"VT0TICE is hereby given, that the o-
UN partnerhip heretofore existing between the nn
dersigned. under the name and style of Caliender,
Barker ck Chapin, (contractors on the Clinton Line
Railroad) ia tins day dissolved by mutual consent.
The business of the firm will be closed up by Geo. P.
Caliender. G- F. CALLENDER.
aug. 1, leoo. 6. W. BARKER,
11. D CHAPIN.
THE PROPHETS, or the Mormon
ism unreiled tan- 1-1 ADAMS'.
OUR FIRST FAMILIES, a new and
Iit Lilt hook : nriee sll.'5. Just received at
COMMON-PLACE BOOK OF
Thoughts, Memories and Fancies.
T E CURE MANQUE, or Social and
-M-J R-lig-.oua Customs in France.
n 0NTR0 VERSY between Senator
J Brook and "t John,
' Archabishop of New Trrk
TO FARMERS ! Heath's celebrated
MOWER AND REAPER, for sale by T. H. Morlej
t Co. Tbese Machines can be taken into the field and
tried before being purchased. ij 4-n.
PENNETH, or the Rear Guard of the
X. I) Grand Arm;, in paper, at BALDVt u s
COUNTRY LIFE ILLUSTRATED,
VVjeST AT BALDWIN a.
Harper for Auirust ; Put man for Aa?u3t ; 0r
k.m w AutMi.t t Omiev for Aurust : Peterson for Au-
ist : Ladie' Gaaelte of Fashion. Ladies' Nevr York
Journal, Waverly.at aug.f. BALDWIN'S
pONE CUT CORNERS, at
pOMBS & VAUTR0T, Silver and
W Bras TUters, and nanufacturer ot saunter;
Ilardware, Mai n street. Warren, O. j e 87
PEEVES HOUSE, Sharon, Mercer
Xt Co., Pa. The subscriber, harinr purchased th
Hotel on the canal, formerly kept by S. Quinby, and
thoroughly repaired and refurnished it, ia now prepar
ed to entertain his friends and the public generally, in
a style not to be surpassed in this section or country.
June SO, ldii 3m J. REEVES.
I n R KKKD ha lMwn almitlid as a nartner in the
.tiiines her tofore carried on by Dun lap t Stewart, at
A ml & Mnrlcrt street. Warren. Ohio. The name
and -Jtyle of the firm to be Dun lap. Stewart Jt Reed, who
wiu conuuue Dusine at ue ora iiiina.-
J. B. DUSLAP,
J. J. STEWART,
D. B. RKEO.
V Tt 411 ivMin lndrhtfd to Dun Ian A Stewart wil
pl.aise call and pay up immediately, and oblige, my 2
TOY AND CARE; a Romance of
19 Travel, by Mrs. Tuthill, at (jeM BALDWIN'S.
NTH0NY CARTER'S REAL ES-
TATE is for sale: Tweuty-three acres, one mile
leuth east of the Court House, lying on two Koads.
Bid for it. at any thine aboTe aluO per acre, wilt be re
cti fed for one month hereafter ; the highest bidder the
buyer, reserving crops , after one month, the first otfer
of $1W) per acre will purchase ; after two month, the
hi chest biu aver lK). that may be handed in durinr the
third month, will purchase ; there must be cash
down, and lance on seven per cent, interest, payable
annually, secured oa the land, to be accurately meas
ore 1. B. F. HOrFMAN.
V arren. june 13-tf. executor or A. Carter.
pOMMISSION B00KS-Geo. Adams
J has received a btr?e quantity of books, on com
mission, from thepudishers, Josephas works, complete
at $12; Plutarch's lives, $1 d. Dick's works. 11
vols., $3 50 Spectator, $1 87, Ate, these books are all
complete, bound in full, leather, library bindinr. at the
prices named. Now is the time ta get the standard
works for your library. j. 13-
'PHE WATCHMAN, a companion to
JL the Ltvmplighter. A few copies just received by
express, at j. I. ADAMS.
TALE FOR ALL TIME Julia
7Vrm.a, or the Fathers winh and the Husbands
Just received at
rpHE OLD INN. or the Travellers En-
X, tertainraeut. a new work and a magnificent one.
Ten enpie just received at ADAMS. Aisu, ani.tller
lot of those cheap Family Bibles, largest siae, with en
frarings, for .15; in-e 13.
"TAIL RODS, Sweeds Iron, Cultivator
1.1 Teeth, Anvils and Vices, at
i,13 A. L. MORLEY'?
BBOTT'S LIFE OF NAPOLEON
IiASSIONAL HYGIENE, and natu
X ural Milicine, embracing the Harmonica of Man
with thi Planet, by Lazarus, price 1 xj, at
my 3 ADAMS'
Q ALLAD FOR THE SOLITARY, by
K-J an Epicurean. Just rec l at inira Js n
pRUDE.VS CONCORDANCE. A
J fresh supply. at apr 25. ADAMS'.
TTORSE CARDS, Curry and Mane
nknr.a KfTiinf1.. 1 . 1 . X. all I A i 11 V A tl II V is
Flv-nets. Dour Matta, Alicant .U iu, Ac, at
JuneS. rAiu:i At si.iiisn.1 c.
V JOURNEY through the Chinese
Empire, in two vols, with maps and IMtKntion.
D'r7 BARRUS' LECTURES. Lasl
Saturday Kreninrr. ni. lt. Dr. Harm 3 was ex-
ptted to lecture on the "Cure and rYerention of Chill
K.vrr, Airue and Fever," Ac. Fut to Acconimol;de S.
N. Wood, Kjq., of K iiMt Territory, m ho wst iu War
rn, and de-irons of rsjH-akiiiT on Kans Blatters. lr.
a. a Ijoorned his lecture until .-Minrday tr g, sept. 11th.
A. 1 Is herebr riren. tint E!;z:iieth Spencer, bv her
nest rriend, h-is this day tii-l l:er petition in tbe Court
of Common l'ka, of Trumlmll e;rity, Ohio. asLiin.t
Tinothy Al.leruiiLn. f.ir breach of mairae pr.nise.
prj in :ulgn.ent aainat him in tl.e iiim uf uue tii'Hi
s iTnl dlisrs.
Thi sai I Timothy Alderman mn.t ip;Tar,an.! answer
li'l pet'tinn lr the 3-1 day uf N.v.nitl(.r next, or the
mm o il) taken as roiifst am! judimeat ren ier
r.l u:iilist him acc-riliiiuly. .
l!v SCT1.IKF fk TI TTLE,
Aa-. 1, l.-"55.-Set. 5 6t Ally's fr Petitioner.
'"FeTn thousand" dollars
l wnrth of Land Warraul .ai.ted. I am piying the
ir'i - r-r-ces for Land M'arnint.
!. ., " ALBERT 1 Er.RY. Warren, 0.
ll. WEAVER'S CANKER AND
SALT RHEl'M SYRUP, and CKRATE.
It is an inditn-utaMe fact that the above medicines
are the on!y iufaiitde ren.edie now before th public.
fur Uutaneous truptioui. S ill Kiieum, r.rysipirlas. bort
I.?, I'lcern, Old rever Sores, Scald Head, Scarbutitt
Krai-tion. Ace.. Ac.
Cafes that the most eminent Phy i clans have de-rf air
ed of reik'tvinjf. immediately yielded to their eur.a ire
power. and when used ia accordance with the prtiite I
direction;, w bich accompany each bottle. The Brui
ami Cerate comtined.eralicateaiiy of the above named
iMemse. and leave the stiff erer withut a blemiili.
Ihe medicines i.re t-o well known to re.tiire anythintf
more than a pUin "t-iteirent of fart. The joyful intel
i rrt-nce U rachirr iu daityfrom Kast, West, North ant
.nth. of the woti!erfi:l enres they ar perfonninr.
Who ha evrrtri-d these wonderful r-meJtei and been
deceived? Kcho answtrs, Wht.?
See wfi.tt 9nhi by t'i.e who hare ned these nedi
cines: The Kev. &amul llnry. of palmer, Maa-,says
"thfy have done more good tliaa all the other mrdi
cines 1 have ever used fr Kryiipelai."
Capt. William Vail, of the Steamer ranit State, any-i
thfy nave cured t:y little dan.;ter of Salt Rheum and
Scald Head of six yur' taiitlii S-ie was literaliy
ct'vcre l with re; is now perfectly cured by the use
of the Syrup and Cerate."
br. A.J. J oh axon, of North TTardshoro, Tt.. says
crfulous !i-e.-e of the hip joir.t,and Scald Head In
the fame child, have been cured by the Syrup and Ce
r.ite." Kev. Aucn-itus Hoiks ftays "It has cured th SaH
Rlinim in dv lejr."
J li.it Aehl Fraaer, Esq., Editor of the Somerset Whin,
3merville, N. J, smys "my mother has been complete
ly cured of a severe case of Tetter of longstanding, thai
had defied the skill of the best Physicians.
Hon. Joel Loom is. of Kat Lyme. Conn., says "I waa
CompMely cured of Erysipelas in my le?, alter a coun
cil of the hent phyicianf in the county had pronounced
the diaeae iucurrtble, (at my airs, which was seventy
eipl t years.) but Wtaver's Syrup and Cerate did the
work at once.
Kit a Latham. Esq., of Orient. Long Island. N. T..
says I hardly know how to ea press my gratitude U
you and your nielieines. I have been afflicted for more
than thirty years with Salt Rhenm in its worst form. I
tried to find relief from various medicines. I tried sev
eral physicians in New York. Brooklyn, and tireenport.
I have taken your medicine one year. and am now able
to work and sleep without an ache or a pain, and my
neighbors say I am the sprihtest man on the Island.
The Iter. J. S- Swan, of New London, says "I have
used tne Syrup aud Cerate In my family for more than
a year, and I eonsider it comple tely adapted to sustain
the hiirh reputation that is claimed for it. I hava seen
it u.-ed in a number of cases fur Salt Rheum and Ery
sipelas, with entire success.
A S-th Prishery- f Taunton, Mass.. what these
medicines will do ak William BarLer, of Three Mile
Ray, JefT Co, N Y, what the Syrup has done for him- -ask
OF w H Uoynton.of Perkinsville, Vt ask F L
Kent, of Chicago, III. ask Wm f H rabies, or Wm P
Benjamin E-m-. of New London ask Dr M Murdock of
Puhuiki, N Y ask J C Smith, of Brooklyn, S Y, wha
was cured of Scrofula, after losing; his letr by the dis
ease, and srttTerinx for years, has been perfectly cure I
by the use of the Syrup and Cerate. Ask Curtis Bur
ronjrh, of Shelby, N Y, who has been cured of a severe
case of Salt Cheum ask Chas. Akin, of Hume, X Y.
what the Syrup and Cerate will do for sor lefrs ask
Wiuslowand Slafter, Merchants, Virsil, N Y, what it
will do for Fever Sores. In a word.ask everybody who
has erer used these wonderfnl medicines, and the an
swer will he the same. Tret Cess,
Manufactured by S. A Weaver 4b Co-, Sole Propria
tors. New London. Ct., and for sale everywhere.
J. N. Harris 4t Co., No. 7, Culler Building, Cincin
nati, Oeneral AsenU for the Western States. Sold by
. A. Smith 4t Co., Warren; WillixuBiJstEaston, Mes
opotamia; J. Campbell, Newton Falls-
jy.5-y W. L. PORTER, TrareHnjf Agt
C II AN G E. SOMETHING NEW
V AND INTEKEST1SO TO THE PUBLIC The
old Rooms formerly occupied by II. W. Holloway, to
elher with the entire stock and interest of same, bav
ins been purchased by LAKE ot MARSH, experienced
Dairuerreotypists, they are now prepwed to czecaute
work in the best sty le of the art.
Ilavinr a larre amount of Stock, and Case of all
kinds and aires, they flatter themselves that they ran
rive entire satisfaction to all who may favor them with
No Pictures will bo sold unless they are positively
Come old, come younfr, come rreat and small.
To the Dasuerrean Rooms over "Fresco Hall."
Warren. June 27. li'jj.-Srn
SPRIX0 AND SUMMER STOCK
Jrjst Received at the
VrKW YORK BOOT AND SHOE
i.1 STORK. No. 3. Market Street.
Oentle Spring has come! and so su the
choicest, most select, and cheapest stock of
Boots and Shoes ever brought to Warren, for
Sprinr and Summer wear.
D. II. WARREN, in announcing this fact to hi pat
ons, and the world at large, invites them, one and all.
to come and see for themselves, for he feels confident he
can snit them with any kind of good Boot or shoe they
Purchasing his stock of the Manufacturers forCaah,
enables him to offer such i nducemenu to buyers a can
not be found elsewhere.
Ladies ! you like to have a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
have taken especial care to please you by selecting th.
most fashionable, prettiest and most genteel stock for
tallies wear, that could be found in S'ew Turk; so all
I hat like the ornamental a well as useful, will call and
see and buy, before going elsewhere.
Uent ! I have th. best assortment tor your use tn
irreatest varietr of material, and the latest fashions, only
call and see my Cloth. Kid and Enamelled Gaiter,.
Children I come, and 1 can nt yoa witxt any Bono oi
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
D. H. W. again returns thanks for past patronage, and
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boot and Shoe made to order and warranted
to fit. D. H. WARRKN.
P. S. Dont forget the place. No. 3, Market Street,
next to Smiths and McComb. apr. 25, '55.
IRCULAR SAWING. We aro
prepared to do all kinds of Circular Sawinjr, such
as Brackets, Patterns, Carriage work, dec., on short
notice. je 6 SON.
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A rare chance now offers for those in need, to
buy Groceries cheaper than erer. Oar new good nr.
here, and more coming. We have now on hand a good
supply of all kind, consisting In part, a follow:
Tea, Coffee, Rice, Sugar,
Melae,, Syrup, Soap, Saleratiu,
Indigo, Allspice, Pepper, Ginger,
Stasch, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Candle,
Codiish, Mackerel, Whitehsh, kc, fcc
We have also just receired, and will sell cheap for
cash, a large lot of Yankee Notion of all kinds, and
are prepared o sell to merchants, grocers, landlords,
and the people in general, at wholesale or retail, cheap
er than the cheapest. All we ask, is to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we arc
bound not to be undersold. Remember the place, No.
4 and 5, Market street. Warren, Ohio.
June C. DL'NLAP, STEWART & REED.
NEW STEAM WOOLEN FACTORY,
one half mile north of Kinsman Store, on Uie
The subscribers having bought the Wool Carding es
tablishment lately owned by 11. Fobes, formerly Allen
dc Kobes, intend carrying on MANUFACTURING ia
it rariou branches. Wool manufactured on the stores,
or by the yard, into Doe-Skin. C ass i meres, Satinetu,
Tweeds. Flannels and Kentucky Jeans.
CARDING and SPINNING done on hort notice.
Also, Wool-Carding and Cloth Dressing. Wool carded
into rolls at 4 cents per lb. Carding and Spinning,
U 'i cents.
As we are putting in steam-works, those having wool
to card, by coming early in the day, can have the rolls
to take back with them.
As we are getting on the best of Eastern Machinery,
and hare had long experience in the business, we flatter
ourselves as being able to do as good work, and ai
cheap, as at any other establishment.
Those having wool to manuracuire or caru, wouiu u.
well to give u a call, as by strict attention to bnsineag
we bore to get a share of the public patronage.
J. W. IARRAND 4. CO.
Kinsman. 0.. June 6, lP55.-tf
QPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
aj at the NEW YORK ST0KB.
The subscriber are now receiving their usual sup
ply of Spring and Summer gods. and are prepared to
offer great inducements to those who wis! to buy good
cheap- Farmer produce taken as heretofore, for
M hich cash and good will be paid .
Warren, apr. S3.
9 Hhd's. Sugar.
al O 95 Bbl's. MnUsses.
Ii Bags Cuoee, for sale at Cincinnati price.
adding freight, at the NEW Y0TK STORK.
FRESH TEAS Green and Black at
5c T5c and $ 1,00, of superior flavor, at the
apr. '25. NEW YORK STORE.
00 PIECES PRINTS all grades
tVVy and descriptions, from four cent to a shil
ling per yard. I apr. to.
NEW YORK STORK
I7ASHI0NABLE STRAW BON-
I NEK Rihlion and Flowers. Silk Bonnets.
!.aces and Parasols, the largest stock in the County can
be found at th. apr.ii.J NtlW YORK STORK.
r?RENCH PRINTS, Ginghams, Lawns,
L Muslins. Challvs. Carat s. and other rich dress
goods can be found in great variety, at the
apr. 45. N K W YORK STORK.
ITASHIONABLE HATS. One case
L White Bearer llats, of superior (ualitv, at the
apr. 25 : NEW YORK STORE.
pEADY MADE CLOTHING AND
l UATS AND CAPS. W. have opened a (ales-
room devoted exclusively to this trade, and keep a
tirire a stock as can be found in the county way
cheap and warranted well made, at the
,pr.io. NEW YORK 9T0RB.
pOYAlT" WILTON, Brussels three
.1 Ply, Inirrai3 and Venitian Carpeting, also Rug,,
Drucrets. Mattings. Oil Cloth, dec, the largest stock io
old 1'rumbull. can be bad at the
mpr. o! NEW YORK STORE. .
BLuVCK, Fiured. Chameleon, Pla'd
and Summer Silks, in great variety at the
apr. 25. N E W YRK STORE.
tlLOTHS, Cas-irners, Satinets and evc
J thing in the line of woolen goods at prices that de
fy competition, at the NEW YORK STOKE,
PAPER HANGINGS, Whrlow Pa-
L per and Oil Shades, at the
apr.U. NEW YORK STORE.
EAV Y . MEETINGS AND SHIRT-
, six t eight cents, at the
apr.S.".. NEVVJORK STORE.
Ulass-js. fcc, a tirge atock can always be fiMind
attlie lai-r.'-'j.) NEW YORK ?T0RE.
riTTTLE'S best C S. Hoes, Ames',
L Rowland's and Pixloy's 3h irrU an.l Spa.les, Tut
tlu's Hay and Manuro Forks, t'lapp' Scythe Snaths
o l Wiliiard's C. S. Scythes, at
jcU A. L. MORLEY S
DAGUERREOTYPE Stock a large
ai!ortnient just receive.1 at
HAIIDWAUE. A. L. MORLEY" is
n.v rtveirini a lare and will selected stoct of
Hardware, ah.ch wi;! be sold at whiiesaie or retail, at
T.-ry low prices.
Warren, June 5, l.J.V5.
CON T ROVE R S Y "between nato"r
Brotka and t Juhn. Ar-lili-4ho of New York, on
the Church lruperir li:ll, with ortra:t3 ( oth. .'rie.-,
Scents. AT BALUVV1V.4.
LAMARTINE'S IIhtokv o? Turkky.
1.-07 AT BALDWIN'S.
ll UAI'EU 2. UN, hi
UlioDES' FEVER & AGUE CURE.
OR NATURE'S Nf ALLIBLK dPfiClTIO. J t
tlie PreTentiou and care of Intermit lent and ftessUtaaa
V-Ters. fever and A rue. Chills and ferer, Duwtb a rue.
General Dehihtr, Night Sweat, and all Cmw formic ot
disease which hare a coercion origin ia Malaria or Mi
This la a !f ATCtat Aim none which will entirely pra-
teet suj resioent or trareller eren ia the most s:ck)t
or swampy locauuet. from aoj Afrne, or JSiUio-aa di
sease whatever, or any iojurj from constant Inhaii-
iDg Jbtalana or Jl iaswia.
It will luscantiy check the Ague in persona who hava
suffered for any length of time, from one day to twenty
years. o that they noed never have anorhor chill, by
eoiit'Dmojf ttsase according to direction. Tb pa
tient at o uce begins to recover appetite and stiength,
and contitoea antil a permanent and radical' ware ia
One or two bottles will answer for ordinary caaas,
some siav require more.
Irra.kwDs printed in Oermaa, French and Spanish,
accompany each bottle.
Price one dollar. Liberal discounts made to th
JA3. A. BTI0DKS. Proprietor,
ProvMeneo, E. T.
AENT3 CineinDati, J. D- Park; Colwsabaa, & E
berts. For sale by Medicine dealers generally
EVIDENCE OF SAFETY.
Nbw Tokk. Jom 1 1,1854.
MI have made a chemical ex;uni nation of -Rhodes
Fever and An Cure,' or Antidota to Malaria,' an4
have tested it for Arsenic, slercnry, (.uinine, and
Strychnine, but have not foswd a particle of either ia
it, nor have I foond any substance in its compoaitloa
that would prove injurious1 'o tea constitution.
James R. Chilton, M. D.., CheBisi,
EVIDENCE OF MERIT. .
Lawususo, Union Co., Pa. (
Ma J. A. Rhodes Dear Sir The boa of medlclna
yoQ sent me was duly received on the 11th of April
and I fcastd yoa herewith, receipt for the sasaa
I have sold ahoot one half of it, and aa far the people
who have used it are satisfied that it has cured them.-
tt has certainly stopped the A pie ia every one who hst
us.i it, and x of the cases were of long standing.4-
My sister, who has had it for Ave or six years back. a&4
could never get it -stopped, except by Quinine, and aal
only as long as she would take it, ts Dow, I think, a
tirely cured by your remedy.
If it thus continues to keep off the Arne, as I think
it will, yoa may expect from at largo orders.
I am, sir, jours, very truly,
C. R. McI5LT. 4
CAUTION TO AGUE SUFFERERS.
Take no more Arsenic Tonics, Mercury Quinine.
Pehrifaires, &tryehnine, or Anti-P-eriodioa of any kind.
The well known inefficiency of these noxious poisons
proves them to be the offspring either of false medical
principles, or of mercenary quacks. Th only renwdy
in existence that is both rare and harmless, Is RnOD&
FEVER AND AGUE CURB. jeS-y.
REMOVAL AND CHANGE. -
R. C. DarliDr. (formerly Ssrlinr c Bro
ther.) ba reraored his Shop to its. baikiina; al
the comer of Liberty and SMath street, where h.
is prepared to carry on Blacksmithing is all iu bran
ches. Railroad tool made oa short notice, and la
operior Itjle ; Horse-shoe, warranted no to "cnt ia
the eje," and pat on ia tiptop manner. May 30, 'ii.
ISS0LUTI0N. The copartnership
heretofore existin jr nnder the mty le and Firm of
l'orter i Co., is this daj dissolvsti bj tuatnal eoae.t
The boaines of the late firm wiii he aajnsted bj C. ft
Torter, who is authorized to settle the same.
S. B., an earljr settlement is respectfailr solicited.
C. s. porter.
J. R. TAXGORDEA.
Warren. June 9, 1854.
K0TICE Th. Dm hsasine will be eontitraed at th.
Old Btand recently occupied by Porter At Co. by th.
sabscriler, who respectfully solicits a continuance of
the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon the "
Ublisbment. C. 3. PORTER.
juue 13, '54.
00RS, DOORS, D00RS.-To Con-
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We cam furniak
yoa with Panel Doors of all styles, a great deal eheapea
titan you can make them by hand, (and aa food if not
better.) Call and examine our work and prices" on
will be suited with both. A hvsfo supply constaaOy oa
hand. A liberal discount to wholesale traders
January 36. E SPEAR SOU
SOAP AND CANDLEFOS SALE,
One hundred Barrels of Soap, a splendid article.
Also Fifty boxes of Candles. By A LC. DAT, Mar
ket St., one door west of Empire Block, Warren. 0.
N. B. Candles and Soap delivered to any part af
tlte Town, by applying as above dirweted. Also per
sons wishing to exchange ashes and greaae for soap,
can be accommodated. Please save your ashes.
Mar. 28-tf. A. L. C. DAT.
PLOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma
kin; and keep constantly on hand the foUowiog
popular flow :
Long No. 1, Cora Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do d.
Buckeye. do d.
Michigan Doable, de
Bah goil, de
CalUrator with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Flow,
icpaired on short notice.
Jan. 19. T .79. M0SLIT Co.
READY PAT SYSTEM FOR 1855.
Messrs. K. L. GIBBS At CO., are adopting thta
system In their bnsinesa at Windsor, Ashtabula Co., 0.
where they are selling more good, and at lower price)
thai any establishment in their vicinity. That I so
nine and try them! They wage war on high prices.
They hare bought their good low, and are seeing how
cheap they can sell them and lire. Their motte Is
'quick sale and small profit a nimble sixpence, is
better than a slow shilling."
Call and see them, and they will sell yon goods lower
than you can boy them elsewhere and charge nothing
for their trouble. They are clerer fellows and delight
in showing roods at all times gire them a call
Fcb'y U '55-ly.
WARREN MARBLE SHOP, situated
on Market Street, at the east end of J. L. Tan
Oonler's Brick Block, where may be found a choice aa
sorrment of Italian and Vermont Marble, Tomb Stooew
Uonumenta, Spires and every thing in the Marble Una
of the best quality and finish, in the bestof style
All persona that are in want of anything la
the above line, will find it to their advantafe to givw
me a call and examine stock and prices befofe purehaa
In elsewhere. Call and see. L. 1 . 6AGBB.
Mar. 14. '55. 1-y. '
STOVES. TIN WARE. Ac THE
KINO OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson At
Co., with a new and elevated oven the Largest Cook
Store, Genesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, elevated
oven. Premium, elevated ores, Ohio Premium, ami
Woman Bights Stove.
BP. JAMESON & CO., continue to
manufacture Cheese Tats, of a new and improretl
pattern, with heary copper heaters.
Eare-tronghs put wp on short notice, and warranted:
of good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done im
Warren. March 89. 1854. -
DISSOLUTION. The partnership
heretofore existing between the subscribers an
der the name and style of b. dr. C. Moaeri thi day di
solred by mutual consent. Tne note and account ol
the late linn, are In the hands of Samuel sioaer lot
settlement. SAMUEL MOSER,
Warren, July Si, 1854. CORNELIUS MOSIK.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned, of the lata
firm of S dr. C M0SKR,has thi day associated w.th hiss
Michael Moser, for the purpose of coutino'.ng rjue Mer
cantile business at the old stand, nnder the name an)
sty.e of C. t M. Moser. They respectfully iarite a
eontiunance of the patronage so laterally extended te
the late nrm. C0RSBXIC3 MfSER.
Warren. July So. 1854. - -
THE MICHIGAN D0CEL2 PLOW.
We are now making this e-fle'-rated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it surpasses any other kind el
plow in use. Sereral premiums hare been awarded it
at State and County Fairs. T. II. UOi'.LS m Co.
Jan. IU. l.-M.
rPHE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by .
JL T. H. MORLEY ik Co will do better work thaa
any other Plow in the State of Ohio, exceptthe Michigan
Double Plow. aiar. 5, '54
All persons indebted by note or book account la
Uie late firm of 3. dc C. Mosca. are hereby notified to
call forthwith and square up. SAML'EL MOrfELR.
ren. J4 -tr.
f UMAN BARETT'S PATENT
E.J BOOT CRIMP. The nnderairned are aole aeenta
for the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to crimp
the toughest p.ece of Leather iu fse i which it
fretyientijr takes an hour or more to do the saass pieea
of work. It stands without a rival. We would respect
fully call the attention of oar friends of the craft la
the subject. Do not forget the place, !o. 90, Main St.
Warren, O. d 13 JA3. M CON NELL de Co.
NOTICE. The copartnership of John
L. Weeks dc Co-, is this day by mutual ouasent
dissolved. AU persons indebted to the same firm are
retuested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book account, pay to John I. Weeks, and those by not,
pay to A. Wentx. JOHN L. WK3.
Veb. 14th '55. A. WENTZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continue the basinet
as heretofore at the old stand. A good stock of elotha
and ready made clothing, and also a good assortment
of bats, and caps, constantly on hand.
Feb. si, 55. JOHN L. WEKK3.
PORTER & Co.'s NEW DRUG
1 8T0RB. The proprietors of this estahlLfhment
take pleasure in announcing to the public, that notwuh
standing the late fire which destroyed a large portion of
our Uoods, we are again open au: in full operation, at
No. 3. Market St., Warren, 0 where we are daily re
ceiving Fresh Drugs direct from New York and Phils
delphia, which we are offering for Cash at prices that
cannot fail giving satisfaction.
May 24 154
rpHE AMERICAN HOUSE! XEW
1 ARRANGEMENTS AT THR OLD STAND!.' The
luMic are hereby notified that this well-known house is
being fitted up by the proprietor, HEN RY LOU, in a
style which will insure to all who may rire him a cell,
ample accommodation and rood fare. The furniture
aud 14 fitting up" reneral ly will be new, and of the brat
description. No pains will be spared in mahinf H
l-lrasaut and comfortable. The situation of the buikling
being fine, and conrenient for persons who co e te
town, Mr. L. feel that, with a determination not to b.
outdone in hi effort to please, he deeerres a liberal
hare of that patronage heretofore vouchsafed him be
th. public, (lire the AMERICAN a call and joe will
Warren, April 4th, 1855. -tf
91ow customers, and all others owinr as
araney past dne, are respectfally informed thatther
mMi pay us. We sell our good at cash price, and
exgiect cash for them sometime. A word to the wise
is sufficient. oct lr PACKARD e BAJLNLM.
BLACK and Colored Cloakin? Cloths ;
a superior quality of yard wide Black Silk Telret,
hr Cloaks, aiantiilas, sec. at the
janJ WAKKE.il PUT BOODS 3TOR.
DR7BEACTrS I ECLECTIC PKAC
tiie, In tltree Tolotoes, price $l?,0O, fjriished al
I7RESH GARDEN SEEDS, just ie-
m Cfiretl a 1-ar.re 14 of choice, frh .arien Ssadj.
tmm R jchesfa-r, N. Y.. put up by L. I. Frff fc C-
Ai a variety or tower seeds, among which ar
many new a,i.d )vauc.fil kimls
at K. A. (MlTlt . Co's.. No. 1. Main at.
CAIU'ETiNG. Royal Wilton, Brus
srN, Three Fly, Ingrain, Cotton and Homp, and
V-uctian. at the
pr iii S EW-rORK STORK-