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Constantly on hand and for sale.
The committee appointed to procure
fnnds to award premiums for the Eques
trian Performance, have fixed upon the
1st. Premiums for Ladie- riding over
IS vears of are. A spleno.ll travelling
2nd. Do. Sett silver Dessert Sj oons,
, 1st. Young Misses under 13 years of
age, Side Saddle, $ 15.00.
2nd. Riding Bridle St Martingale, $9
: 1st. Best rider of any age or locali
ty, Gold ring. 85,00.
The funds for this part of the exhibi-
bition are made by private Donations.
Riding to commence at precisely 2
o'clock' on the 27th.
No Lady will be allowed an assistant
in the ring, as a special fmmittee has
been appointed to rendf aid, consisting
of, Messrs C. A. Adam H. B. Perkins,
D. D. Belder.
Theodore E. Webb has been appoint
ed Marshal in the place of Harmon Aus
tin, whose health will not permit him to
perform the duties of that station. En'
tries of Stocks, or Articles, may be made
any time between this and Fair days, at
the Secretaries Office. Committees are
requested to meet at the committee rooms
at 9 o'clock of the second day.
Philo E. Reed, See'y.
We have twice before stated in our pa
per, and times without number in private,
to our correspondents, that articles for
publication must be handed in as early
as Saturday morning if they are inten
ded for the next paper. Our paper goes
to press Monday night, or Tuesday morn
ing. The space that is left on Monday
morning is frequently provided for, and
legal advertisements also claim prece
dence. We now reiterate the notice that
no communication can be inserted unless
handed in before Saturday. Ten differ
ent, and most of them quite lengthy ar
ticles were left at our office on Monday
morning, (a qantity of matter sufficient to
11 the vacant space in our payer, at least
five times ;) and each contributor very
anxious to be heard. We shall adhere
inflexibly to this rule. It is impossible
to do otherwise.
The two Fire Engines, Mahoning No.
1 and Neptune, were tried together on
Saturday. Water was thrown by both
considerably higher than the roof of the
Court House, which is the highest build
ing in the town. The new Engine, the
Neptune," is a beautiful machine, and
we do not doubt that when the company
are well drilled, will do credit to the town.
The old Engine has been tested too often
tontd any comments,, and the b'hoys
who runwiih the masheen, of the Maho
ning Fire company No. 1 are'hard to
beat. The projwrty owners of this town
are under many, and lasting obligations
to that Fire company.
The Disciple Church in Warren.
We learn that Elder Israc Eirett, who
has for several years labored in this town,
. is now engaged in the . missionary field.
He will be here occasionally nntil next
spring, when his connection with the
church, in this place, will be formally
dissolved. Mr. Erretts, departure will be
regretted, not only by the members of
his church, but by all who have listened
to him, in the pulpit ; or associated
with him out of it. The Rev. George
Bang will occupy the pulpit, in his stead.
The venerable old building in West
Warren, formerly the homestead of the
Quinby family, was burned, on Thurs
day night. We believe it was erected in
11302, and was the first or second frame
building, (a part only of this being frame)
erected in this town. It was the last
relic of the first settlement, which re
mained. It was occupied by one or two
families several of whom were sick with
fever and fever and ague. All were re
moved in safety.
Van Gorder's Upper Mill.
Many of our reades will be pleased to
learn that this mill which has been idle
most of the summer, is again in running
order. . Those who have patronized it,
know the quality of flour Georok turns
out, and to those who have have not, we
would say, that it is unsurpassed by any
in this market.
In Freedom, Sept 2d, a child of Mr.
Brodie, aged eighteen months. He had
been standing only a few moments be
fore by his parents, and was not missed
by them until found by his father in a
tub partly filled with water, with bis life
extinct. Ravenna Dtmocrml.
A very carious specimen of the eccen
tricities of nature was brought to our of
fice, by Mr. Charles Stevens of this place.
From the uppermost point of the stalk
are appended an innumerable number of
diminutive ears, about an inch in length.
each ear containing a single rraiu of
corn. Most of. the grains are nt-ariy
: . .
! Artrl rw n I r Ihd nr. tnam 1:1711 tt ifrains
r.i I J
vi uie jruuruMjeu vautay.
Two men have been arrested in Mich
igan having in their possession 2.000 in
counterfeit S2's on the Bank of Geauga.
We learn that the "counterfeits are well
calculated to deceive, and probably oth
ers are engaged in giving the spurious
stuff circulation. Refuse all $2's on the
Bank of Geauga, as the Bank has no bills
of that denomination in circulation.
Bank of New Castle.
The new bank at New Castle, Pa., went
into operation on the 4th inst. Charles
J. Whippo, Prsident, and Samuel E.
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs,
will lie at the Gaskill House, Monday,
Sept. 28th. Read bis letter and adver
tisement in this paper.
We are indebted to Mr. Nelson Bald
win of Vienna, for some superb specimens
of this fruit. Mr. B. lias long been noted
tor his success in peach growing.
The Portage County Agricultural Fair,
Will be held in Ravenna on Wednes
day and Thursday, the 26 th and 27th
days of September inst.
Arrest for Murder by Poisoning.
Our town has been the scene of con
siderable excitement, during the last two
or three days, cans d ty the arrest of a
man ly the name of John Springer, and
a woman named Mart Jobks, both Ger
mans, charged with causing the death of
John Johns, also German, by adminis
tenng arsenic. Johns died about two
weeks since at Briar Hill, and was buried
in tne uatnouc uemeiery, aooiu a mi e
east of this village. The deceased was
the husband of the woman arrested.
Trie arrest was made on Sunday eve
ning. On Monday morning the body
was disinterred, and an inquest held.
A post mortem examination was made
by Drs. Cook, Woodbiidge, Barclay and
Buchenor, and they reported to the jury
that they could not positively declare the
presence af arsenic in the stomach, but
that they discovered a while metallic
substance, which might be arsenic : what
it was could only be told by analyzation,
and the stomach was sent to Cleveland
to be analyzed. It was proven before the
inquest mat iirin?er bought arsenic a
few days prior to the death of Johns, and
it "was also found upon his person when
arrested. The jury returned as their ver
dict that John Johns came to his death
by poison administered by John Springer
and Mary Johns An examination was
then had before Justiee Henet. The
sameyjbts were elicited as stated above.
and the prisoners committed for trial for
the murder of John Johns. Youngstown
Last Thursday night the dwelling
house of Rev. Geo. Messisger, in the
eastern portion of this village, was enter
ed by burglars through the cellar, and
silver plate and other propeity taken to
the amount of about 9100. About sun
set on Thursday, a stranger called at Mr.
Messinger's door, and enquired for that
gentleman, pretending to be a particular
friend of his, and ascertained from the
hired girl that he was out of town, and
would be absent all night,
On the same night, the dwelling house
of Mr. J. S. Leffingwell was entered
through the window, the room where he
and his wife and children were sleepiug,
in which a light was burning, was enter
ed, and his pantaloons, which were ly
ing by his bedside, were taken, in the
pockets of which were from five to seven
dollars in change, and the key to his
store. The pantaloon were left on the
porch of the store which was entered by
means of the key, and change to the
amount of ten dollars taken.
These are the most daring and suc
cessful burglaries ever perpetrated in
ju wouia oe wen to nave a proper
quaniuy ot - coia faa ready with which
o tieat these midnight conspir ators!"
Haven na Democtat.
Slave holders in Kansas.
to a fair estimate, there an
not more than fifty slave holders in Kan
sas. And all the power of the adminis
tration paity has been exerted to promote
the intertsts of fifty men not one of
whom is as good, or as worthy, as the
puor slave whom he whips ! This is mod
em Democracy ! This is caring for the
interests of the people ! This is popu
lar sovereignty !" In order to advance
the interests of fifty mean and hard heart
ed wretches, a solemn national compact
was violated, law was trampled upon.
the feelings of the people were outraged,
our country was disgraced, an honest
man was removed from office for doing
his duty, an irresponsible slave a fool
and a coward was appointed to a sta
tion requiring both sagacity and cour
age, an assemblage of cut-throats per
mitted to pass laws for civilized people,
and troops have been sent into Kansas to
er force their laws ! And still the Dem
ocratic party claims to be the ally of free
dom, and a hireling press cants about
"popular sovereignty" in Kansas ! And
still the men who assisted to bring these
evils upon us ask freemen to vote for thera!
Republicans, bear these things in mind,
and answer at the polls. C.eve. Leader.
The Lancaster Gazette says that it can
prove that during the pendency of the
Kansas-Nebraska bill in Congress, that
Governor Med ill visited Washington, and
peisonally urged the Democratic mem
bers from this State to vote for it ; nnd
further, that one of the refractory mem
bers was brought before Gen. Pierce and
Gov. Medill, and threatened rith the
vengeance of the Democratic party if he
did not vote for the bill. This is the
man who is held up to the freemen oi
the Western Reserve as an advocate of
freedom. In the northern portion of the
State he makes anti-slavery harangues,
and in the southern portion he rails at the
"fanatical' Abolitionists. "Let the by
pocrita receive his reward."
On the Cure of Consumption by Medicated
LETTER NO. 9.
To Editors of the Chronicle:
Hippocrates was the founder of the
science of Medicine. 1 1" flourished 460
years before the Christian Era. From
his day down to the present period of
time, his followers h .ve bt en accustomed
to write voluminous i-says upon the
cause of consumption; describing with
the utmost minuteness the multiplicity of
phases whi-h it may as-Minn-, and the di
veis tietl phenomena which it presents;
and then in conclusion, as a synopsis,
offer nothing more than mere palliation
as treat rent, or some potent remedy,
brought into use by accident, heralded
by the influence and sanction of some
gieat name, to enjoy a shoi Hived popu
lanty, and tuen sink into merited uonvi-
on. Without stopping at present to ms
cuss the nature of such remedies and
thei mode of application ; I will pass
immediately to a consideration of the va
rious methods by which chronic diseases
of the lungs have been treated.
1. By medicines given through the
medium oT the stomach by which they
are conveyed into the bloo, and thus
medicate the enure system.
2. By medicines applied to the outside
of the chest, called counler-irntation,
with the object of diverting the disease
from within to the outside.
3. By inhaling medicines directly
into the lungs ; thus bringing them into
direct contact with the seat of disease.
These are the only possible means
that can be used lo act upon the dis
eased lungs. Upon the first and second
means enumerated, the " old faculty of
Physic" have hung all their treatment
(or ages past, and sucn continues to oe
their practice down to the present time.
It has been so unsuccessful as to estab
lish the incurability of consumption in
their own minds, as clearly as a thou
sand deaths to a single cure can. The
administration of medicines thus directed
by erroneous principles, could not result
otherwise. They were intended to cure
a local disease in the lungs, and yet
from their mode of adminis'ration must
spend their influence npon the entire con
stitution ! The last mentioned method
by inhalation brings the remedies
in the form of medicated vapors into the
lungs, in direct contact with the seat of
disease, thus producing a curative effect
where it is demanded. In the treatment
if no other disease have we so potent a
remedy one so certain and so rational
one so simple and so philosophical
one so safe, and yet so successful.
Consumption is caused by an obstruc
tion to the tree in rress of air to the lungs
by the deposition of tuberculous mat
ter in the an tubes and cells, or in the
pulmonary tissue- This deposite ap
pears in a diversity of forms, sometimes
in the form of small, shining, homogene
ous bodies, in size varying from a millet
soed to a pea at other times in large ir
regular masses from one to three inches
in size, of greyish color ; or, geilatious
in nature, of a rose colored appearance.
These, may increase in size by the re
peated aggregation of new ones ; or, by
the accumulation of new accretions to
thi-ir substance. They may remain sta
tionary for years, if not excited to assume
new character, and if not very numer
ous may exist. f r a long time, without
any serious detriment to the health, or
even comfort of the individual. But un
fortunately this is seldom the case. A
change usually takes place in the depos
it, called softening. This commences,
general, at the centre, and progresses
toward the circumference, ultimately
converting the whole tubercle into a soft
yellowish mass of matter. The irritation
produced by this confined matter speed
produces inflamation and ulceration ;
and thus bursting through its containing
O o ..."
walls, establishes a communication be
tween the tubercle and bronchial tubes.
This increases irritation, and producing
cough, the patient discharges it, by ex
pectoration, leaving behind it a cavitt.
ion will see by this, a portion of the
lung is destroyed. These cavities are
often lined by a membrane, endowed
ith the faculty of secreting matter, by
hich irritation of the lungs and distress
the patient is increased. Several of
these cavities may form simultaneously
near proximity to each other, spread,
destroy the adjacent tissue and form cav
ities, in-egular in shape and of great
magnitude. It is by 6uch process of de
struction that the mngs are disorganized.
much impaired that, unable longer to
perform 'heir allotted function, the patient
.Now, what do these facts point to 7
Firstly Prior to the foundation of
cavities endeavor to promote absorption
the tubercular deposits by appropri
ate inhalants. What I mean by absorp
tion is the power of certain vessels to
take up and convey these matters Irom
the lungs. It is analagous indeed the
same process by which a la-,k eye, or
discolored bruise, vanishes or fades
Secondly After softening of the tu
bercles and the formation of.caviiies pro
mote the expectorati n of the contained
matter, and then change the character
the lining membrane of the cavity,
and thus accomplish a cicatrization, or
healing up of the cavity This can all
done by proper expectorant and Alter
In order that you may see more clear
ly, the delightful philosophy of such an
application of medicine ; permit me to
advert to a few facts in regard to the
Lungs. The lungs are two conical or
gans, situated within the chest. Their
function is that of respiration. The re
spiratory movement embraces not only
the inspiration of air, but also expiration.
The Lungs are separated from each oth
er by the heart and a membranous sep
tum, called the mediastinum. The right
lung has Ihiee lobes ; the left but two.
structure these organs are composed
the bronchial tubes termiuatirg in air
cells ; the ramifications of the pulmonary
artery and veins ; arteries and veins of
the bronchia ; nerves and lympathics,
held together by a tissue called their
parenchima. The trachea, or windpipe
divides into two blanches, one commu
nicating with the right and the olher
with the left Lung. These branches di
vide and subdivide to their termination,
which is in the intercellular passages and
cells. Before their termination, they
diminish in size, varying fiom one fifti
eth, to one thirtieth of an inch in diame
ter. The air cells are ii regular hi shape,
with thin walls, and communicating with
intercellular passages and bronchial
tubes. It has b en computed that these
cells cannot fall short of six hundred
millions ; and present an absorbing sur
face of about fifteen hundred square
feet. The minute vessel foi the distri
bution of the blood over this vast surface
called capillaries, and are contained
between the two layers forming the walls
When structures of such vital impor
tance are diseased, when the air-tubes
and air-cells become clogged and filled
with tubercular deposits and matter, it
must be apparent that the most disas
trous results will follow, unless such ob
structions are speedily removed. To at
tempt to have efficient nccess to th'in by
any other means than by inhalation,
muit prove abortive, as the delicate air
tubes and cells necessarily Ii out of
reach, of every other means of adminis
S. D. HARDMAN, M D
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs
Communication from Palmer, the Dentist
I wish to say to all whom it mar concern, that the re
port which hare bn pat in 'ci'caUtion that I bad
quit lousiness: that I did not All teeth, or had mored
out of town, fcc. are fa.e. aud nutrae. The facts
the case, are simply these: that I sold my place oppo
site the Oaskiil House, to the Cleveland at Uahomot;
K. R. Comnanv. and bought in the upper part of town.
upon what is best known as the Turnpike. Urn re
on therieht hand side, opposite PKKKINS' PLACE.
where 1 nave at this time, very pleasant and conven
ient rooms, where I may be found prepared to perform
any operation which may be wanted in my way of busi
And her it may be proper to explain what my
aim ha been in my business, and what I most wished
to do. In all my intercourse for fifteen years, I hare
striven to communicate and inculcate correct views and
principles concerning thr teeth; to put the community
upon their s:nrd against fraud and imposition; to use
the best materials; to be most correct in my advice and
operations; pifferring to refuse rather than ro contra
ry to that which I knew to be correct, wot the future.
Idesiirn to rive particular attention to the preserva
tion of the natural teeth, that being the most important
consideration in dentistry, and I wish to make a clear
impression upon this point alone. People should ex
amine their teeth minutely, and ipon the first appear
ance oi decay, nave tnem perfectly uilea with tyoia,
that beinc the best and oniy material which should be
usen in general. Tin foil may be used in certain cues.
but all other kinds of filling, such as cements, mineral
pastes, amalgams of tin and mercury, silver and mer
cury, and in short, every compound and mixture which
y be offered lor that purpose, must be readily denied
and discarded, pure gold being the only reliable mate
rial, and that must be of the best maanfactnred quality.
In this, in part, lies the great success of my fillings.
The gold foil which I have used ever since I have been
in the practice of Dentistry, has been obtained first
handed from the nest manuf actory that is known, and
co ts me some eight dollars more, per ounce, than that
which others are in the habit of using.
Parents should carefully examine the teeth of their
children. It is a very common tiling to find the teetn
decayed at the age of six years. A little prompt at
tention will benefit them more than they could in al
most anv other wav.
Every person that means to take care of their
teeth, should have them examined by the Dentist,
as often as every three, and not to exceed six mouths.
for in this length or time, a vaiuanie tootn may decay
part repairing, examinations and advice, are always
free of charge with me, so that persons can come at any
time, and ascertain what they nexd to have done, with
Peupke all over the country have got too much In
the notion of having their teeth pulled out, to have
artificial substitutes upon Gold Plates. There are hun
dreds of cases, where it is done, that is entirely
wrong. By the extraction of the teeth, a loss of the na
tural fullness and expression of the mouth is produced,
which noartificial substitute can ever supply. If young
persons only knew this fact, they would make it a tast
and ouly resort. For this reason, they should have the
advice of those who nave had th greatest experience
in the profession.
I have now before me. two lateral Incisor teeth,
which a lady in this place had extracted with the
view of having two others upon plate in their
place. Th fault must have been in the Dentist, and
must have been one of two things. He must har - known
no better, or have been unprincipled enough lo do so in
order to get two more teeth to insert ; for these teeth
were as good with slight filling, as any the lady had in
her mouth. This I give as a case of extracting, for
plate teeth, when the person woulJ have been benefited
by correct advice.
Still another case. In a different way. A young
man in this place, made application to me to have
two front teeth filled. I could not attend to it just
the time, and he went to another person and
had those two teeth, with several others, filled at a low
rate, he supposing that all was right ; but in a short
time he had to go back, and have them re-filled, and all
to no purpose, but to injure the teeth, and lose the Do
nor spent upon them. He afterwards came to me,
found from the improper manner in which the teeth
had been treated, that their nerves had ben carelessly
or ignorantly exposed by the person who bad attempt
ed to fill them, and the result had been a swollen face,
and alveolar abscesses, causing the destruction of the
nerves of both teeth. The treatment which I fonud ne
cessary for these two teeth alone, cost the young man
six dollars, where it should only cost two, had I filled
them in the first place. In alt, be lost some seven or
eight dollars, besides the suffering and injury done the
teeth by two or three times filling. I could enumerate
other cases, but this may suffice for this time.
It has been said of me, that I make too high charges.
That is untrue. I am governed in that respect by the
first in the professioo. Dentistry is not a trade, or tra
ding business. It is a scientific rrofession, partaking
more of in gery than mechanism. A person may prac
tice UKn a piece of mechanical work, and if spoiled,
he inflicts no pain, and can try another piece. If a
Dentist practice upon a valuable tooth, and spoil it. be
sides the suffering he causes his patient, the loss is Ir
reparable; so the inquiry should be, who is best, and
who will do it cheapest t
The front teeth, when decayed, present a blackened
appearance between them. The edges of these decayed
spots,u: -on each tootbapproach each other And are very
thin. The decay approaches very near their nerves, and
an nn skillful hand will break away these thin edges, and
perhaps expose their nerves, in the first attempt to fill
them and by that means the teeth are spoile I; and that
all for half price and warranted. 8o that a loss of the
teeth will be likely to be occasioned by employing a
dentist who has to warrant his operations.
It is often said, such a one warrants his work ; but
there the mischief lies. There is hut one way offilling a
tooth, and that is, right, aud needs no warranting ; in
which wiyall of my operationsare performed. Teeth from
onetoafullsetUupon gold plate, in the very best manner
teeth filled with pure gold in such a way as to restore
them to their natural color,-and render them durable.
The practice of hiving teeth filled, cannot be too
strongly commended. There is no operation upon the
mouth so useful, for that reason,! wish to d .vote most of
my time to that part, as I have attained 1 1 a skill in that
way which cannot be surpassed, and only equalled by
those who are first in the Dental Profession.
Warren, September 19, lt55. 3i
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
THE highest market price will be paid
for Land Warrants of all sizes.
Those having Warrants to dispose of. will please call
on the subscriber, at K. A. Smith dc Co.s Drng Store.
Warren. JuneS, lt&i-y IS I WARD A. SMITH.
Mr The co partnership heretofore existing under
the name of T. 11. MOKbEY at Co., is this day dissolv
ed by mutual consent, T. U. Morley withdrawing from
the concern. The business will hereafter he carried
on under the style and name of JOHN K. MORLEY dc
Co., w o arc authorised to settle the business of the
all notes ard accounts due the old firm, of over six
moiitns standing, will he placed in the hands of a col
lector, unless settled immediately.
Warren, Aug. 30, ltw. J .NO. R. HURLEY dc Co.
rpHE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
JL J. B. MORLEY 4c Co., will do better work than
ny other Plow in the State of Ohio, exceptthe Michigan
isuunie now. tepiv, o
R. Morley dc Co are now able to supply Mil
lers and others with a new corn cracker, the best in
use. aug lo
rL0VS. PLOWS. We are now ma
A- kins: aud keen constantly on hand the following
popular flows :
Long a No. 1, Corn Plow."
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double, do
Sub Soil. do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plow,
rvpmred on short notice.
8epl9 J. R. MORLEY & Co.
PUT INT WHEAT EARLY.
A- Farmers! now is the t!me to prepare land for
wheat. Don't forget the lessons of the past two years.
Remember that early sown wheat generally escapes the
rust ana tne midge worm, (weevil.) e know some
farmers who intend to sow all their wheat before the
last of this month. Aueust. See to it also that the land
deeply plowed and well drained, then the crop will
ready to withstand either a dry or a wet season.
Now is the time to seen re one of J. R. Morley 4J- Co's
Micnigan lwn'ue, or &uo-eou riows. aug ij.
rVHE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW,
J- We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it surpassess any other kind ol
plow in use. several premiums have been awarded 11
state and County Fairs. J. K. MOKLK1 Jt Co.
Sep IV '4
7HAT YOU WILL FIND at the
v f NEW LYME WATER-CURE.
Large and commodious buildings ure spring Water
a pleasant location, delightful climate, kind and ca
pable assistants, pleasant rooms, with a large number
invalids, generally doing well. For further particu
lars, address P. K EE, M. D-,
July IS, l-6m New Lyme.O.
4 RE YOU INSURED?
If not, apply to the .Etna Ageney, In Warren
oldest, safest, and best company in thV country,
with a cash capital of $U0,00d. Prompt in business,
and equitable iu adjusting losses.
Warren, aug 1-tf J. D. WATSON, Agent.
FOSGATE S ANODYNE CORDIAL,
a celebrated and popular remedy for Summer Com
plaint : the genuine for aale by
SHOT GUNS. Best Stubb fc Twist
dbL brL shot guns, at A. L. MOULKVS.
FENCE PALINGS We Le.-p on hand
a good stock of Fence Pa I in is ready for use. which
can sell cheap. They make tue nicest fence fur the
Itfast money, that ia now made yery fashionable too.
June,lfi5. SPBAK A. SON.
LAND WARRANTS WANTED!
An persons baring Land Warrants to sell, can
obtain the highest market price for them by calling on
subscriber, at the Western Beserre Bank.
July Si-tt J. 8. EDWARDS
WANTED! 20.000 ACRES!
Twentr thousand arr in Land War
for immediate ase.
liigh prices paid in cash, on
J. K. UURNUAM.
At the office of the Probate Court, Warreu, O.
VAIL RODS, Sweeds Iron, Cultivator
Li Teeth, Anvils and Vices, at
JeU A. L. yORT.F.Vg.
MEDICAL WORKS ! Meig's Ob
steties ; Dunglisan's Ditionary ; Wilson's
Anatomy ; Drum's Surgery ; CalombaU D.sesS
Females; Carpenter's Phvsiology ; iiriftuhV Medi
Botany : Gross' Patboloficsl Anatomy : Sttlle's rfo.
Sep 17 BALDtCIVS.
WF. PORTER'S SKY-LIGHT DA-
GUERRE AN KOOM:. "Serene tub Shadow
sat the SrsKTANcB P.s. The Uunccriber is happy
to announce to the citizens ol warren and surrounding
country, that he has Atted up asuit of Rooms over Bald
win's Bookstore, south of the Post Olhce, with a large
ikf lifht, where he is prepared to furnish Daguerreo
types in the ut Style ui the Art. II e has a bne as
sortment of Unit-rial., Case,&c., cf the latent styles,
which be has received direct from New nk. and
which will be furnisned at moderate prices. He hs
also a collection of Oil Paint ng and latuerreot pt-
for the gratification of the It wis of Art, a d liu red
no pains to make the room a pleasant and agreeable
place of resort at all tours, nnd lie is deU-nniued by
constaut additions to keep up their iot-re-t and make
them one of the places worth visiting, both by citizens
and Ft rangers. And be looks for a liberal suppoit D
his efforts to gruify those who retjnire his tcr rices as
an Artist and Daguereotypist.
Pictu e taken iu ALL KINDS AV WKATIIK?.
All persous are cordially invited lo call, h;ther
'bing Pictures or uot
IOU ork done at my rooms will bt rirriiiffV.
A.. WILLIAM V' POUTER.
Warren, Ohio. Sept. 12, lKij.
fNGRAVING ON WOOD ! The
Subscriter is prepared to ex-cute all orders in
the above line, nuch as Views 01 Buildings. Bill or
Newspaper Heads, Envelop Stamps, Iltustmtions for
Books. Handbills or News l'a: er, ore, etc., iu a superi
or manner. A No,
DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS
f.f all Kinds, such as Views of Houses. Hotels. Shops,
Furnaces. Machinery, or Deiitns for the Pittent Oi&rt-.
11 "r Call at my Rooms over Baldwin's Book Ptore.
where specimens may be seen. W. f. PORTER.
warren, O., Sept. 14 oa.
"T0SIN THE BOW." Now is the
11 time to har Tiolins and Guitars, at wholesale
prices and a good bow thrown in. Call soon thrv are
going fast. Sept. 12. 3. T. P0MER0V.
TOTICE. THjS JEWELRY BUSI-
i. ness heretofore carried oa br the Una of Wslter
King dc Son. aill hereafter ba continued by the under
signed, at the old aland, nnder the style nnd firm of
KING at BROTIIKR. where the business of the old firm
can be settled. A share of public patronage ta respect-
B An early settlement is desired.
Warren, Sept. 8, 1P55. y JULIUS KINO.
K00 T0NS0F CHEESE WANTED.
t) VVfor which the highest market price will be paid.
In cash, on delirery.
A rery good Brick Dwelling House. For partic
ulars inquire of aug22tf W. IDDING3.
X VALUABLE BOOK. A practical
treatise on business or how to ret. save, snend.
give, lend, and bequeath money, with an inquiry into
the chances of success and causes of failurwin business.
just received at apr.25. ADAMS.
T A BARGAIN ! For Sale One
Second-hand TOP BUOflT. which has been in nie
a year and a half : one NEW OPEN BL'OOY. Also,
one PARLOR COAL STOVE. Inquire at
Sept. 3. POMEROV'S MUSIC STORE.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
worth of Land Warrants wanted. I am paying the
highest prices for Land Warrants.
tep-4 ALBERT PERRY, Warren, 0.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an
execution, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas, of Trumbull County, Ohio to me directed and
delivered, by the Clerk thereof, I have levied on, and
shall expose to public sale, at the door of the Court
House in Warren, In said county, on Saturday, the 20th
day of October, A. D. 155, between the hours of ten
o'clock, A M and 4 o'clork P M of said day, Lorenso
Chapm-ui't interest in and to the fallowing described
real estate, (said interest being one-eighth of said es
tate.) to wit: Situate in the township of Vernon, Trum
bull County, Ohio, aud is hounded and described as fol
lows, vis: west on the highway, running northerly and
southerly through said township; north bj lands of Eli
sa Trunkei; south by lands of Joseph P. Williams and
George Langley, Mid on the east bj lands of Mary Wil
liams and John Langley, and is supposed to contain
36 acres ol land.
ALSO, said Chapman's interest, in one other piece
or parcel of land, situate in the township of Vernon.
Trumbull county. Ohio, bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit: On the east by the north and south high
way, that leads from Kinsman to Orangeville; on the
south by lands of Joseph P. Williams: on the west br
the Pymatumfng Creek; on the north by lands of John
Boebinger; and ix supposed to contain 43 135-100 acres
of land, more or less. Said interest in and to said
lands, appraised at $-230 00. To be sold at the suit of
Harmon Cole, Adm'rof Mihaei Burns, ana inst Loren
Chapman. 11. K. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Sept. 19, leo5 3T
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an
order of sale, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Trumbull County. Ohio, to me directed and de
livered, on decree made by said Court, at their March
Term, A D lfi5, 1 shall expose to sale at public outcry,
as in execution upon judgment, at the door of the Court
House, in Warren, in said county, on Saturda, the
20th day of October, A D lci3. between the hours of 10
o clock A M and 4 o'clock P M of said day, the follow
ing described mortgaged premises, named in said de
cree, and descriLed as follows, to wit: Situate in the
township of Greene, in said County of Trumbull, being
part of lot No. 24, and Is bounded as follows, "V is: be
ginning at the centre of the road running east and west
through the centre of raid Greene, at the south-east cor
ner of Aaron Bascomb's land, thence north 16 rods to
a post, to land belonging to Bdward Bascomb; thence
east 10 rods; thence south 16 rods to the centre of the
aforesaid road; thence west 10 rods to the place of be
ginning. Containing one acre of land, be the same
more or less. Appraised at 000 00. To be sold at
the suit of the Executor of Calvin G. Sutliff against
Benjamin Bingham and others.
H. K. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Sept. 19, 1655.-5 3,13
A TTACHMENT NOTICE.
3l Before Andrew Gardner, a Justice of the Peace,
of llnbbard township. Tram bull County, Ohio.
Vim. Clengan 1
ts. Suit in Attachment.
On the 6th of September. A. D. 1853, said Justice is
sued an order of Attachment, on th, abore action, for
the sum of Twent). six dollars and 33-100. Said
cause will he beard on September 39th, A. D. l?ii, at
1 o'clock, P. M. on said day.
WILLIAM CLENOAX, JR.
Sept. 19. 1P55 3.
A TTACHMENT NOTICE.
a. Before Andrew Gardner, a Justice of the Peace,
of Hubbard township, Trumbull County, Ohio.
Joseph M. Jackson,
ts. Suit in Attachment.
Ifenry Morgan. )
On the 6th of September, A. D. 1855, said Justice la
med an order of Attachment, in the abore action for
the cam of one dollar and S loo. Said suit will be
heard ou September Kith, A. D. lriS,at I o'clock P. V.
of said day. JOSKP1I M. JACKSOX.
Sept. lata, 1M5-3W.
A TTACHMENT NOTICE.
t A- Before Andrew Gardner, a Justice of the Peace,
of Iiuhbard township, Trumbull County, Ohio.
rs. 8uit in Attachment.
On the 5th of September, A. D. 1H55, said Jnstice Is
sued an order of Attachment, In the abore action, for
the sum of eighteen dollars and 4 luO. Said cause will
be heard on September 2!th, A. S. at on o'clock
P. M. of said day. PHILIP JACOBS.
Sept. 19, 1H55-3W.
X V. Before W. J. Bright. Esq.. a Justice of the Peace,
of Hartford, Trumbull County, Ohio.
Ihtniel Parsons, i
rs. V Suit in Attachment.
On the 17th day of August. A. D. 1K3, said Justice is
sued an orde. in Attachment, in the abore mentioned
cas-. against the goods, ehatte la, Ac. or the defeodanta.
Amount demanded, ,15 t-5 and costs ard interest. Said
cause has been continued for hearing, to the 6th d y of
October next, at 6 o'clock P. M.
Sept. 19, 1855 3w.
Notice is hereby giren, that in pursuance of an
order of sale issued by the Probate Court of Trumbull
County, Ohio, the undersigned, as Guardian of alartha
J. Kerney and Sarah E. Keraey. will expose to sale, at
public reniine, on the premires. on the 15th d:.y of Oc
tober. A D lt-55. between the hours of IU o'clock in the
forenoon and 4 o'clot k in the afternoon of aaid day.
the following described lots belonging to said minors,
situate in the Village PlatofBrookBeld.TrambuMeoun
ty, Ohio, to wit Tillage lots No. 51 and 5-J, belonring
lo Martha J. Kerney, which are bounded and described
as follows, ris: Beginning in the centre of the highway
running east and west through said lot No. 51. nnd at
the north-west corner of lands now (Nor. 5, 1853.) own
ed by Geo. Smith: thence running south along the west
line of Smith's land, 7 ch. 53 links to the south li e of
lot No. a, in said plat; thence west aljng said line a
sufficient distance th it aline running north parallel
with the line of aaid Smiih's land, to the center of the
highway aforesaid, and thence east to the p ace of be
ginning, shall contain two acres and sixty three rods
of land. -
Also, lot No. 3r in the Tillage plat of said Brookfield,
belonging to said Sarah E. Kerney.
Term made known on the day of sale.
Sept. 19, 1H5S-U Guardian.
THE H0ISERY Department. Partic-
a- utar attention is paid to this part of our business.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Ulark
and Kaucy Colors, Cashmere. Slate Brown, Black and
" nite uotton Uoae, fancy Striped and Uixed ilall
Hose, and a large quantity for children.
apr6 B. E. nOYT k. CO.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
In the New BuilJinr. onoosite the Democrat Of
fice, Maim Street, Warren, Ohio.
bAKTLsrrr A Baow have received their Spring and
Summer Clothingjuid are preitared to exhibit the cheap
est and most desiranle lot of clothing ever offered in
this market, consisting of all the varieties of Coats,
rrocss. ranM, ests, Vc., of tne latest styles. Also,
BOYS' CLOTHING. HATS and CAPS, and a full stock
of tiENTLKMENS' rTRMSUINU (SOODd. A large
stock of Broadcloths. Cassimeres and Vesiinies. of rich
and durable quality. All who wish to purchase Cloth
ing, nuule to order, are respectfully invited to examine
our goods, and learn the prices, before purchasing, as
ve feel conbJeht we cannot be beaten in uualitj, price,
style or workmanship.
CAKD. The Hroprieters return their sincere thanks
to the people of Warren at d vicinity, for the generous
liatrouagc hitherto awarded them, and reN-rifullj ask
for a continuance. F. T. BAKTLKTT,
Warren. June 30, 1855. 0. W. BKOWN.
Is herebr eiren. that Elizabeth ftnencer. by her
next friend, has this dv tiled her tn.-t:tion in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Trumbull county, Ohio, against
Timothy Alderman, fur breach of mairaze promise,
praying judgment against him in the sum of one thou
The sai l Timothv A Merman roust appear, and answer
aid petition by the 3d day of November next, or the
same will I taken as confessed and judgmeut render
ed against ham accordingly.
By SCTLIFt Jt TITTLE,
Aug. CO J, lt&5.Sept. 5 tit Alto's for Petitioner.
HORSE CARDS, Curry and Mano
Combs, Brushes, tlilt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
Ply-nets. Door MalU, Alicant Matt, etc., at
JtuitS. PATCU - ALLISON'S.
t FfVK ASSflHTUKXT OK PITRR
I V I.IQL'ORS for Metlicinj! pi
the best in town, at iua 31 j
tlr'u:s. and sntri to be
I '.MIT KK K I O. F.
NEWARK VARXISII-Poach and
. Furniture, wamntcd c?.ra "luaKte. for saTobr
au;C3 E. A. 5H1TH AO
TAMS FOR 1855.
01i STATE PCUPOdES.
For State Common 9rhnvl Fund, l1 mills en the
dollar ; for District 5ohl Ll-rary Fund, 1 IU mill on
the Dollar; for ptymet.t of interest of Statu Debt, 1
mill on the dollar; i"r Ut-neral Revenue purposes.
6 10 mill n the dollar ; total for State purposes, 3 -lu
mills on the doll fir.
FOR CorSTV PCRPOSKS
For the Oeut-ral Fund, IV, mill on the dollar ; for
Briilye imrposen. 0 IU mill n the dollar , for Iuarmm
ry purpose. aiill on the dollar : for Koad urpo
ses "t mill on t'u dollar ; total for County purposes,
-2 UU 1n mills on tlie dollar.
TOWNSHIP, SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND OTHER
Hubkir.l ; for township purposes. mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 7 U mill ; for school pur
port's. M mill.
Brook acid; for t-wnhip purpos s. 1)0 mill; for
cemetery pur oes. 3 l.l null ; for school jurposcs, 1 4
mill; for rnad iirposes. S 1U aiill.
Hartford ; for tanhip purposes, 9 10 mill ; for the
pay me u t of school teacher, 7 UUmill ; for school pur
poses. 3 10 will ; fr road purposes. 1 lb mill; school
district No. 4, I mill.
Vernon ; for building town hill, 9 mills ; for town
ship purposes, 1-4 mill ; for cemetery purposes, 1-10
mill: for the payment r sctiool teachers, l 10 mill
for rh,.nl nnrooSS. 2-10 mill.
Kinsman; for township purposes, 3 90 mill; for
school lairDnse. I 6-10 mills ; school iitrict Wo. 4.
mills ; school district No. 6, 3 mills ; school district
No. 3. U. mill.
Liberty: for town shin mrposes. 1-4 mill; for the
payment nf school teachers, 1 mill ; for school v .trp
Vienna ; for township purposes, 3-10 mill ; for school
purposes. 4 mill.
Fowler : for tne narment of srhnnl teachers. M mill
for school purposes. 4 mill ; for school district No.
Johnston ; for township purposes. 3-5 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 1 mill ; for school purpo
Uustavus ; for township purposes, mill ; for the
payment or school teachers, nml ; for school purpo
ses, H mill ; for school district No. 1 13 mills ; school
district Na S. 1 mill; school district No. 6. 3 mills
school district No. 7, 1 mill : school district No, 8,4 5
mm ; school district no. 9, i i-jusniiis.
Weathersfield ; for township purpose, mill ; for
road purposes, 1-4 mill; for scnool purposes. 4-4 mill
school district no. e. y-iu mm.
Uowland ; for township purposes, 3-90 mill ; for the
payment of schoolteachers, 1-4 mill ; for school purpo
ses. 3-40 mill.
Basetta ; for the payment of school teachers, 310
mill ; for school purposes, mill ; for school district
o. 3, 3 ii i mills ; tor scnoot atstrtct no. e, j mills
school district No. , 1-10 mill.
Mecca; for township purposes, 3-10 mill ; for the
payment of teachers, 9-10; for school purposes, 3-10
Greene: for the navment of school teachers, 3
mill ; for nchool purposes, 9-30 mill ; for cemetery
purposes, 7-10 mill ; for school district No. 3, &
Lordstown ; for township purposes. 3 20 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 3-d mill ; lor scnool purpo
ses, s mill.
Warren Township ; for the payment of school teach
ers. mill ; for school purposes, i mm.
Wurren Village ; for Engine-house and lire purposes
1 mill; for general fund, 1 mill; for scnool purposes in
dtstiict No. 1, 1 mill; for purchasing lots aud building
school houses in district no. 1, 4 mills.
Champion; for township purposes, 1-10 mill; for road
purposes. 3-0 mill.
Bristol ; for township purposes, 7-30 mill ; for the
payment of school teichers, 3-10 mill; for school pur
poses, 3 a mm; for scnool district .o. muis.
Bloomneld; for school purposes. 7 30 mills.
Newton ; for township purposes, 3-10 mill; for the
payment of school teachers, 3 5 mill ; for school purpo
ses, 3-A mill.
Hraceville; for township purposes, 1-5 mill; for the
payment of school teachers, 9-30 mill; for school pur
poses. 5 mill.
Southington; for township purposes, 1-4 mill; for
the payment of school teachers, 1-3 mill; for school
district No. 3. 9-10 mill; for school district No. 4, ,
mnl: for school district Wo. a, 4-5 mm.
Farmingtou; for township purposes, 1-4 mill; for the
payment of school teachers, 1-5 mill; for school purpo
ses, 2 4 mill; for cemetery purposes, 1-4 mill; for
school district No. 1, 3 mills; for school district No. S.
Mesopotamia; for township purposes, 3-30 mill; for
the payment of school teachers, 3-4 mm; ror school
purposes. 1-4 mill; lor school district No. 5, 1-3 mill.
The Treasurer will attend at the usual places of hold
ng elections in the following named townships of
rrumtmi. county, for the purpose of receiving said tax
es, as ronows :
Kinsman, Monday,.... ...............October 15
Vernon, Tuesday.. ..... ................ 16
Hartford, Wednesday 17
Brookfield, Thursday, w 18
Hubbard, Friday, 19
Liberty, Saturday M SO
Johnston, Monday...... ...... ......... M 33
Gustavus. Tuesday,. 33
Greene. Wednesday, - 34
Mecca. Thursday, M 35
Bloomfield, Friday, 36
Bristol, Saturday 37
Newton. Monday,.... .............. .... 39
Parmington, Tuesday .......... ......... 30
Mesopotamia, Wednesday. M 31
After which the Treasurer will keep an office in War
ren, Tor the purpose of receiving taxes until the 30th
dar of December. 1KS5.
TrPAll persons who have performed labor on the
highway io discharge of their road tax, will be reouired
to produce tne supervisor's certificate for the same.
JOHN H. HEZLEP,
Wang tK, 0., September 5.
PVR. S. D. HARDMAX, Physician for
uiseases of me utnrs, (Tonnerly Resident Phy
sician toOineinnatl Marine Hospital, noar Physician
to the Salem Lane Inst tnte.
Will be at his rooms. Gaskill House. Warren. Prida.
KaTenna, Prentiss House, Tuesday, September $5.
Akron, Kmnire Honse, WednesdaT Seotemher S
New Rrifhton. Pa fridav and Saturn. (Mi,i,hi
.J aura ...
Or. Hardman treats Consumption. Bronchitis. Ath
ma. Laryngitis, and all diseases of the throat and Ian;
"j abmltxp insiuTios, taieiy aaea in toe tfromp
ton Hospital. London. The great point in the tre-
ment of all human maladies, ia io get at the disease in
adirect manner. All medicines are estimated by their
action anon the organ requiring relief. This is the
important fact upon which Imkatttin ia based. If the
stomach ia diseased, we take medicines directly into
uie suimacu. 11 im mngs are diseased, breathe or in
hale medicated Tapors directly into the lonrs. Medi
eines are the antidotes to disease, and shoald be ap
plied to the Tery seat of disease. InkmlUn is the ap
plication of this principle to the treatment of diseases
or tne lungs, for it gises as direct access to those in
tricate air-cells and tabeswhich lie out of reach of eve
ry other means of administering medicines. The rea
son why consumption, and other disease of the langs,
hare heretofore resisted all treatment, fcuta k- .....
they hare never been approached in a direct manner
ny meaiciue. iney were intended to act npon the
mug, .mi jci were appuea to tne stomach! Their ac
lion was intended to be local, and to. the. were ao Ad
ministered that they could only act constitutionally.
iu.iui tuen principal ana immeaiate action apon
the onoOending stomach, whilst the fool ulcers within
the longs were unmolested! Inhalation hrinir. rh.
medicine in direct con tact with the disease, without the
disadvantage of any violent action. Its application is
so simple, that it can be employed by the youngest in
fant, or feeblest invalid. It does not derange the sto
mach. or interfere in the smallest degree, with the
sirengin. comion or nusiness of the patient. The re
port of the Brompton Hospital. London, shows a recov
ery or sar-rtaj of cases treated by Inhalation. If
properly employed, mere is no case ao low, it will not
Tf-pTlie Inhalations are compounded from the ori
gi nal formulas used in the Brompton Hospital, London.
no coarge lor consultation.
CONSUMPTION CCBD CASE OP Mr. A. J. SHINS,
Sottm, 0 -Our. 4th, leas.
ua. ii.RDKAii: I have persevered in the use of
your remedies rrom tne day 1 first got medicines of
yu, and can truly say that my health has rapidly im
proved. My coogh has left me, expectoration health.
and natural, appetite good ; indeed a disappears--ee of
ii my symptoms. ly strength is so much restored
that I am able to do a days work in the harvest flield.
sun icei uu a am again reswrea to gooa nealtli.
AB&AX J. SHINN.
Mr. Shinn had bt ored for fire ye -re nnder tubercu
lar disease, commonly called consumptioB, with fre
quent nigh sweats, chill fever, distressing cough, and
expectoration of perulent matter, and hemorrhage.
great aeniuty ana emaciation. Treatment commenced
June . aug 15
George C. Cook, Plaintiff,
S. Britton, Geo. W. Peck, Hiram C,
In the Court
Grover, Joseph Brilton, 3- S. Skinner,
Pleas for the
3. C. Peck. W. VYhitcomb, A. Bell, G. V County of
P. Waldo, The Cleveland and Mahon
State of Ohio.
ing Rail Road Company, Utley pen
cer. Stephen Burnett, Eli Bartholo
mew. Defendants. I
S. Brilton, O. W. Peck, 11 tram C. Grover, S. 3. Skin
ner, . C. Peck, W. Whiteomb, A. Bell, G. P. Waldo
and L'tlej Spencer, party defendants, non-residents of
the state of Unio, are hereby notified that on the tth
daj of Septemrer, A D lrM, the plaintiff filed his peti
tion against the defendants in said Court, alleging
that the defendants, 8 Britton, Geo W. Peck, Joseph
w . tfriuou ana iv.iev spencer, under tne Dm of Brit
ton, Peck t Company, are indebted to him on their
promissory note, iu the sum of one thousand four hun
dred and seventy-six dollars and thirty-nine cents.
with interest from the 19th day of August A D IK4, at
the rate of ten per cent. Plaintiff further alleges.
tnat isnuon, rect: ec vo., as collateral security for the
payment of said note, wiih the assent of II. C. Grover,
a member of the Arm of Britton, Peck, Grover 4t Com
pany, on the said lnh day of August, 1854. assigned
to said Geo. C. Cook, plaintiff, three thousand dollars
of the stock of toe Cleveland & Mahoning Kail Road
Company, said stock being included in a final settle
ment for work done under a contract between said R.
R. Company and Britton. Peck, Grover dc Compsiny.
The Plaintiff further alleges in said petition, that
said S. C. Peck, 8.8- Skinner, W. Whitcomh, A. Bell and
(J. P. Waldo, who claimed an Interest in said stock on
said llKh day of August, 1K4. released their claim to
said stock, and consented to the transfer thereof.
Petitioner further alleges that said R. R. Company
owe said stock to said Britton, Peck, Grover 4k Co. and
that his claim is prior to the claims of these defend
ants, who have garnisheed said Rail Road Company.
T;ie r lain tin win tase judgement ty default against
said Britton. Peck Co., fur 91,476 39, with interest
from the 19th day of Augiu t, IcX, at th rate of ten
per cent., and obtain a decree against said Rail Road
Company to deliver said stocK to said piaintm, accord
ing to the terms of said assignment, unless said defen
dants, who are non residents, answer said Petition by
the 10th day of November, 'Km.
J. C. II. HCTCHIX3,
September 19, ItSS-6i AU'ys for Plaintiff.
p U ARDIAN S SALE of Real Estate.
VJX By virtue of an order ol the Probate Couit of
Tram hull County, Ohio, I will, on the 23d day of Octo
ber, IKm, betae n the hours of 10 ocloc A M and 4 P
M, attb dwelling bouse ou the premises, in Braee
ville, said county, expose to sale at public vendue, the
farm, known commonly as the Anua Or is wold farm;
situate in Braceville township, Trumbull couuty,Ohio,
known by part of sections No. 13, 14 and 17, bounded,
beginning at a post in the south east corner of section
13, tlieuce south along the wet line of section 17 about
44 chains 5 links to centre of Mahoning River; thence
down the river, in the centre, the several courses there
of, to Uie 8 W eornr of a lot deeded to David Hum
phrer, thence N 24 W, 33 chains 5 links to post scan
d.ng in the corner of a flclrf; thence 5 3 W Schalns
to the south line of the ruad; thence 9 M)" W along the
tvo ith side of the road, 16 chains and 45 links to a post;
die i ice north, by a liue run fr.ua the south side of the
road, 14 chains 12 links to a post; thence S PO" W by a
line run 15 chains to a nost in tlie east line of soction
13; thence sooth along said east line 77 links to a
post; thence we-1 4 chains to a post; thence south 13.
50 links to a post in the south line of section 13: thence
east along tl?e said south line, 4 chains, to the first
bound, containing 900 acrs, more or les. excepting
therefrom, about 5 acres. Iyig on south side o main
road, conveyed by Anna Oriswold to V. B. Sto-T and
others, where the steam snw mill is located
The land will be sold all Wether, or in f arctls to
suit purchasers. About one-third to be cash down, and
balance on ti.ueof true and two or more years. Terms
particularly stated on day of sale, at the premises.
Persons desirous of purchasing a riluabfe tanu near
the centre of Braceville, wuH do wll to examine the
firm. AMOo WARXER. Guardian
Sept. W. U5-4t of Orra Z- GritvoM.
PAINTING. C. C. McNctt. House,
1- Sign and Ornamcortl Painter, Main Str. t. (oTa.
bold stein s C.otbmg btarsj Warren. 0.
ground siuc for sale.
'pilE GREAT DISCUSSION Be-
L tween Rsv. Istsvc E as err, and Josl TirvAirr,
Kf., ill be pnWMshed on the 1st of September, by
UKO. ADAMS .Warren, 0.
This book will be a lrge 0 mo. vol. of over 400 pa
closely printed and well bound. It will be one of
tle rheapest books, for 91.5. that we have evrr sold.
There will , of this edition, but one thtmand co
pies printed ; it woulJ be adviat, therefore, for those
who sou Id be sure of a copy, to leave or scud in their
names, so they mav be ou our list before we-sup ply the
demand for the book from nearly every county in this
li ate. as welt as from numerous tucaliti.es ia the adja
cent ttttes. auuecau be left at
nog ADAM 3 BOOKSTORE.
Bv virtue cf a venui to me directed and delivered,
Nsued oat of the Court of Common Pleas, of Trumbull
Countr. Obio, bv the Clerk thereof. I have levied en,
and shall expose to pu'.lic sale, at the store roos of
James H. Kibl.ee, in Warren, in said Cuntr, on Thurs
day, the 4t day of October, A. 0. IK.V", between the
liou'S of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M- of said
day, the following described property, via : 43 yard,
ticking: yards cassimere ; '.69 yads satinet
aas'd ; 111 pieces 5i2i yards carpeting ; S pieces mat
tins 48 yards ; 39 pieces 67nt yards prints ; Sd pair
lnts ass'd ; 6 wool overcoats ; 16 frock coau aas'd ;
4 sack coats do. ; 13 pieces 375 y arris insertion ; 14
fancy watch chains ; 16 gold breast pins ; 1 plated do.;
39 part pieces aas'd rihhons S14J yards; 5 lidos,
wadding; 4 pieces U yards cheese capping; S3
yards white flitnnel ; 5 arils wiggins ; 6 y'ds red pad
ding; pieces, C.S y'ds d aper ; i y'ds nankeen ; S
pieces 24 y'ds plaid linscy ; ID -4" y'ds Turkey-red prints;
i T'ds ttg'd velvet ; 4 pieces yds. glased muslin ;
6 boxes artificials ; 16 bonnet linings ; lri tabs ; 6 rigu
letts; 3 ostrich feathers ; 4 pair ladies gloves ; lOpair
chislrens hose ; 4 pair do.; 0 pair ladies' mitts ; 39
pair childrena hose ; 7 pair gloves ; 44 yds. union
linen ; a lot of ..res buttons in box ; 10 pieces carpet
binding ; 1 box wood buttons ; S6 I He. carpet yarn,
ass'd ; li-0 lbs. cotton do. ; 31 looking glaasea, ass'd ;
3. yds. dimity ; 8 palm leaf hats ; 22 bunches steel
beads ; 3 gents.' breast pins ; 1 pair gent white kid
gloves ; 1 pin and eav drop ; 3 shirt studs ; 1 pair ear
drone ; 1 1 gold pens ; ( do.; 1 pair silver spectacles ;
pair plated do.; 2 pair common do. damaged ; 15 pair
kid gloves, ass'd ; S neck combs ; 3 show raaes ; a
clocks ; 3 boncaes window cord ; 1 silk paiasoll ; 3t
yda. black crape ; 131 shelf boxes ; 8 pair men's gloves:
3D mulberry platters ; 3 edged do.; 4 fancy do., ass d ;
3 blue platters ; 30 do., asa'd ; 1 blue wash bowl and
pitcher ; 1 fancy do. ; 74 mulberry plates ; 35 fancy
pi ites, ass'd ; 13 pickle dishes ; 6 mulberry bowls ; 9
mulberry teapots and creamers ; fancy pitchers : 8
mulberry do. ; 8 set teapots, sosar and creamers ; 1
blue sugar howl ; 15 blue pitchers, aas'd sixes ; 34 blue
bowls, ass'd do. ; 6 earthern butter tubs ; turreens :
5 common bowls ; (blue bakers ; 830 blue plates, ass'd;
17 sauce plates ; 5-13 doa. cups and saucer, ; saucers;
311 cup plates, ass'd ; 4 howls ; 1 e teapot ; 1 col d do ;
8 do. c ; 3 set deep blue teapot, sugars aud creamers ;
6 blue pitchers ; 4 blue creamers , !r3 deep blue plates;
3 doa. deep blue cup plates ; 1 17 edged cup plates ; 1 e
chamber ; 1 e pitcher ; I box aaa'd ribbons ; S part
pieces border paper ; 1 boys' fancy hat ; yds. mous
de lain. ; about e9 lbs. tobacco ; 37 lbs. do.atM lbs.
y. h. tea; 1311-a.do.; 9ri pieces ass'd wall pater ; 18
part pieces do. ; 3 qr boxes raisins ; about 3 bushels
flaxseed ; I scoop shovel ; S! lbs. wool ; about 800 ft.
seasoned luml-er ; 39 flour barrels ; 1 peck measure;
1 dung fork ; 1 piece cable chain ; 3 11-19 doa. brooms;
io-i lbs. starch ; 1 cane basket ; 3 wash tubs ; 1 shovel;
9 cradle scythes ; 3 returned grass scythes ; about 18
lbs. rope ; 1 set large scales and weights ; about 3
reama wrapping paper ; 6 globe lamps ; 1 birre stone
pitcher ; 1 letter press ; 1 counter brush ; 3 feather
brushes ; 195 cheese boxes ; 10 half boxea 8 by 10 glaae;
IH butter ftrkins ; I set platform scales and weighta ;
1 30 gal. oil can ; 17 bonnet crowns ; 3 pairs show boys;
3 hair combs ; 3 bunks ; 1 large gooda stand ; 4 do.; 1
metal inkstand 1 common store table ; 3 stools ; S
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 os Paul against William
W. Collins and others.
H. R. HARMON. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Offlce, Warren. August 33d. 1855. 7t- 12.19X
SAL 15 OF REAL ESTATE by order
of Court In obedience to an order of sale issued
by the Probate Court of Trumbull County. Ohio, ou too
31st of Aat-ust, A D. 1H55, and to me directed. I will
offer for sale to the higheat bidder, on the 6th day of
October, A. D. 155, between the hours of 10 o'clock A.
M. and 3 o clock r. M of said day, the following de
scribed lands, as the property of Exra Curtis, deceased,
situate in Farmingtoa township, county of Trumbull.
and state of Ohio, and known aaheingeightyfour acres
of land in lota nos.sf and 33 in said township of Farnt
ington, and more fully described as being the houM
stead late occupied by aaid Exra Curtia, deceased.
Also one ether piece of thirteen acres in Lot No.
twenty-one (21) in aaid township of larmington. The
sale to be on the premises.
The above described lands are encumbered with
dower, and appraised at ft 1.800, subject to dower.
Terms of sale, one-hall ia hand: balance In one aad
two year. CHACNCBT TAPT,
Adm r of Exra Curtis, deceased.
J. M. Stoll. Att'y for Adm'r. sep5-4w
VTEW WHOLESALE READY-
MADE CLOTHISO WAREHOUSE.
HAMPTOS fc CAMPBELL,
(Off, tats fras Hnptn. Wilm Cmj
Ho. f3. Third Street, between Wood and Market,
Are now receiving their stock of Pall ..d winw
Soods, to which they call the attention of A-cster
Jlmtmnlt. Among their assortment will be found
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING, of even oonihl. A
eriptiou : also Troy and Hartford Shirta and Collars,
..wo., menu, win Dillon luoersnirts ami Drawers,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Men's Hosier..
panders. Cravats, Neck Ties. Stocks, Gloves, Ate, Al
so. general assortment of INDIA RUBBER GOODS.
We intend this stock shall always be one of the largest,
the best furnished, and the atost beantifulaad complete
to be found in the United Stales. Our connection with
one of the largest houses In Massachusetts, where the
utmost care has been bestowed in their manufacture,
gives us advantages which will enable us to sell Goods)
at Eastern Jobbers prices, which we are determined to
do ; and also snah lea us to offer a greater vartetyGooda
to our cuatomers than has hitherto been found ia this)
We respectfully solicit the Dab-onam of all hn.era
visiting this city The orders of our customers shall
be promptly and satisfactorily filled on terms aa liberal
as by any other house la the country.
pt--w. HAMPTON CAMPBELL.
CELLING OFF AT COST!!
V 8. T. POME ROT. beins? eomnened h. Ill
health to close his business for the present,
will set!. f-r a few weeks from date, his entire
stock of PIANO P0RTES. MELODB0NS, GUITARS.
SHEET MUSIC and Musical Merck indue of all de
scriptions, AT COST I
eneet Music will be sold to those purchasing or or
ilering by mail, to the amount of 91.00 and .nr. at hjr
th. usual price.
Among the stock of Musical Instruments U be sold,
will be found a fine assortment of Flutes, Plutinaa,
t ceo rd eons. Banjos, Violins and Basa Viola. Also,
Instruction Books for all instruments.
His Pianos and Melodeons are of the finest m.lir. r
tone aud finish. A few second-band Pianos aud Melo
deons will be sold very low.
ine subscriber latter himself, frotr. the extent of
his sale in this place and vicinity, for the past three
years, that the reputation of the Instiwnenu kept by
him. is too well esta lished to render it accessary to
say more with regard to them at this time.
Those who contemplate the pure hare of an Instrument
within the next year or two. are assured that they will
uo.i i greatiy to tneir advantage to call at this time.
a. i iq.c
Ausus. ou, am, n. rvajijiUY.
DELANO'S INDEPENDENT Horm
The subscriber are now nrenared t. ntmhiiM i
furnish the above rake. As it ia now generally In uso
in this County, and its merits so well know.. a). n.
deem it necessary to name its good qualities.
CROWELL'S THERMOMETER CHURN, the best in
use, and PROVISION SAFES, which no family should
oe wiimMii. lurnisnea at low prices All kinds of shop
work. Sawing, Plauing, Turnina. dis don. nramnti.
and In good style.
UILMOrlE'S PATENT BEE HOUSE. Hire and
ceipt for feeding. We are also agent for the above,
and are ready to manufacture them, aad dispose of tow-
aip or inaiviuuai n grits.
Call at the NOV KLTx WORKS. West aide Mahonln.
river. Warren, Ohio.
Aug 1-t MESSENGER TIMXKRMAN.
By virtue of au execution, ta me directed and de
livered, issued out Of the Court of Cemssoa Plnanf
Trumbull County, Ohio, y the Clerk thereof, I aavw
levied en. and shall expose to public aale. at the door
of the Court House in Warren, in said County, oa Sat
urday, the 13th da. of October, A. D. Iei5, between th
hours of io o deck. A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. af aaid
day, the following tract or lot of land: Situate ia
Hartford Township, Trumbull Countr aforesaid, beinsr
part of lot No. 35, aud bounded and described, as fol
lows, vis : on the east by the north aad south center
road in said Hartford ; .tt the north by landa deeded
to Sally Woodford ; oa the west and south by lands of
Bdward: Hrockway ; containing one-half acre of land.
To be sold at the suit of Normaa R. Aastia against
Woodford and Lane. Appraised at 9-335 lie.
II. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Sept. 13, 1855.-51
rt iirnirpio citc
kJ By virtue of an alia or order of sale issued out
of the Court of Common Pica f Trumbull County,
Ohio, by the Cbrk thereof, to me directed aad delivered.
t nave levied on and snail expose to pwhue sale, a
upon ececulion at law, at the door of the Court House
in vi arren, in said county, en Saturday, the 1 Jta day
of October, A. D. Idii, between the houra of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day. fon decree made
at the June term of said Court. A. O. If-iSJ the follow
ing described real estate, to wit: About one acre of
land in quantity, bounded north by th public square;
east by the north and south road, east the creek in
the towushipof Mecca, in Trumbull County; and south
and west by lands of John Boon, and known aa the
Store House lot of James S. Abell, in Mecca. To be
sold at tlie suit of William Barns agaiust Jame S.
Abell, st ml. Appraised at 93MX W.
H. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Warreu. Sept. 13, Iv555t 3,87 X
OTATE OF OHIO. County of Trum-
eacnnei tninny. Executor or l
Calvin U. autiiff.
Attachment N oiice.
E. Norton Lovrry and Eras-
tus bran ger.
The defendant, H. Norton Lowry, ia hereby notified.
that on the 3d day of September, 1655, Jcdediah Fitch,
a Justice of the Peacof warren township, ia said
County and State, issued against said Lowry' goods,
chattels, monies and credit, at th instance of said
Plaintiff an Order of Attachment, for (35,00 and
$11-36 interest. Said cause having been continued
will be heard on the 19th d.y of October, 1H55, at 8
o'clock A. M. By ALBERT PERKY. Plffa Atty.
Sept. 15, 'u 3w.
LEGAL NOTICE. Io the Court of
Common pleaa of Trumbull County, Ohio.
Jeremiah Church, Civil Action. Attachment.
William Churcn, and I
II. K. Harmon, defl'a.
Jeremiah Chuch, one of the defendants, and
nonreaidents of the Stato of Ohio, is hereby no
titled, that on the 5th day of September, A. D. lriii,
the Plaintiff filed his petition aga nst the di-fea-dants,
in said curt, alleging that the defendants
are indebted to him in the sum of 3ot, with interest
irom July im. kk, wa o per cent, neualtr and cost
of a protest for money paid by plaintiff, to the Porta;
County Branch Rank, at Ravenna, in said Portage Co.,
'uio, lor sua aeieniauta.
The plain tiff, will take Judgment by default against
said Jeremiah Church for the sum and inur.it and pe
nalty aa atore-utia. unless they answer ey the Jd day f
November. A. D. Ir55.
J. . V. II. HCTCniNS, Ally's for Plaintiff.
Sept. 1 2, '55-6w.
I JERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER, 3
a. jrross jtu. rtrecircu. ana ior saie ax
i LOAN'S OINTMENT AND C0N-
J PITI0.V FdlTDEBJ cau be had at
aug.!4 S. A. B.TITa fc CO'3-
TO THE LADIES. '
DR. THRALL S COMPOUND Ex
I'thaia. Pond Lily tnd Xaiatgh,
A sore remedy for the following Dieeaers of Female,
via : Amenorrhea, er Retention of the Menace ; Sup
pression of the Menses ; Meuorrha a. or Iieei.
Menstruation: sTuor All. or Whites; Torm of Life;
Flatulence: Constipation': Eruptions of th tkla i
Hysterics, Cenvcrrtoas; Prolapsus Uteri, er Bearing
Do.a; Irritahe Weaab: CMerosie, er Green Sick
ness; Dymienarrhea, or PainfW Mtruti; Fref
natcy; Sterility, esc dte. due
In coming before the public. I da not profess to ear)
all the disease, thai fleaa I heir to; .aly those to which
I have paid the most particular attenties. duriaf aa
extensive praetica ot 3w yeare, often prescribing fssr
3 to 50 patient in a day. and 'Jiat the aanVrinf fa
make of the United tate may be benefited ard sa4
from a premature grave, to which thousand fall Tt
tima annually for the want ot proper and timely lima
dies to regulate t!e function of the Worn, and it se
creting organs. With this view. I have Incurred i sal .
expense in making a Compound Extract, put up la pint
bottle, prepared with trict referea. to vegetable
chemistry, from 13 Balsamie Root and Plant, waieb
have long been known to the aborigine of thia country
and many Physicians to have a Specifiie Tonic and
Alternative action upon the Female Womb aad U aa
sendares. but th Compound Extract el Cohosh, Pond
Lily and Nunquagh, I claim for myself and y country
to be the only preparation of the kind ever prepared,
and the only one that is adapted lo th different dieeaa
e of Female of thi sllauue, to which hwadreda caaj
attest. , , .
Dose, from one to two tea-spoonful la n wr tww
table-spoonfuls of water 3 rime a day before meal -It
should act upon the bowel r-e '.wio a weak.
None genuine without m nam' and lae aaaae of tha
medicine blown en th. bottle, with my written sigoav
tore en each mbel ; also a Journal of Festal Disss
accompanying each bottle. Price, $10.
tVrm Ckitf Jiutif tftUn : I bar beea eeouai ne
ed with Dr. Thrall several years, and can sheerfnUr
i . . . li- i .k.nWM a rul hi.
we.tr ir.ii ..nij w ... pvwu f 1 '
professional attainment, and can otefldeutly reeoau-
meno mm to uw punnj. aa a pum
entitled to their respect and eenfideooe. I trust ha
may succeed in this change of his professional labor ;
and am sure that he cannot fail, if Integr.ty aad aaur
prise, together with a high profeeaioual taadin(, ra
ceive their due aad proper reward.
BAJTL H BIJOU.
Ball Cooperstewa, Nov. 3d. 1855.
Da. Twa.Lt : Dear Sir I have just beard that you
leave the village la th morning ; I should b Terr
sorry that yoa should depart, without my good wiaaea
and thanks for your professional service la my fami
ly ; the very serious indisposition of Mr. Cooper, la
paaaing the turn ef life, some 9 or 3 years slaes, waa
th worst affliction ah ever bad : and I impute aad
Providence her recovery to your medklaa.
Wherever yoa go, I wih yoa suoees.
Believe me. Dear Sir, very truly Tour,
J. FBNNIMORX COOT1X.
LEAVE OV REFERENCE:
rsivaastTT or Sr. To Citt S. T. Frauwi. M.
.: P. Joel Trotter, M. D.; Lemaa Dubois, M. .; 8 ilea
Dyke, M. .: P. I. Draper, M. D. ,
BnsToit 8. Warren, M. D.; Warner Steven. M. B.;
William Wood, M. D.
PuiL.OELFtn. Saml T. Parrish, M. I).: K. 8- Her--ner.
M. D.: Clovis T. Eberle. M. D.; James frost. M. D.
NxwToaa Rev. A. B. Campbell; Rev. John Tiffany;
Rev T. Barer.
ALa.irv Ho. W. L. Marey: Hob. Ik. 8. Chatfleld;
Hon. Peter Mann; Hon. Silas Fitch.
BcrraLo Prof. F. H. Hamilton.
PrtLansi-rma Hoa. Wav Smith; Hen. Joel Hssmrr;
Hon. J. R.M. Miller.
Very many Certificate and Letter of eosamendmtlea
fro distinguished individuals, which I think not best
to publish, may br- seen by calling at my office. 135 Su
perior Street. Cleveland. 0., or at my General Depot,
91 Broad Su, N. T. City, and by Dealer ra Medicine
everywhere. Agent wanted. 3sptJ fia.
LARGE STOCK OF CARRIAGE 4
HARNESS GOODS, just recwiTed by
PATCH V ALLISON, Warrem, O.
90S hide Patent Daah. Harness aad Welting Lea thr.
109 - Enameled aad Oil Top Lsnvther.
50 pieces Danaaak, assorted, aom very fia.
30 " Bockraa.
10 " Silk Festooning.
100 doc. Silk Fringe.
3 piece Preceline. (new article.)
150 pieces Knaaoeled Cloth, (Lawrene gssilsj
13 Broadcloths, assorted colar.
150 setts Top Props.
30 gross Japanned, Silver and Bras Kapha,
300 Saddle and Lining Naila.
75 piece Carriage Laces. A few piece finest Bint
Laces ever seen in this market.
Hub and Sand Band of all descriptions,
4 bale of best quality Moss, aad everything wanted la
th line of Carriage Trimming.
IN THE HARNESS AND SADDLERY LINE,
( MO gross Japaa Buckles, X, X, 74, , 1. I aast
310 Harness Thread.
50 piece Oirtbing.
50 - Line Web.
100 dosea Bridle Bitt. assorted.
ltw - Ivory and Bi ass-lined Martingale Ring.
800 . Line and Tug Snaps.
50 M Real Silver Rosettes and Omamenta.
5110 Japaa Bra and Silver Self -adjusted Trees.
6tl0 piece Ham, (some aa mlver.)
50 doa. T erretts.
SO " Stirrup Inns,
And an other article wanted ta th Trade,
All the above good hare keen purchased af th ba
tons Manufactures, and selected with asnch car' wilt
be uld to the Trad at whole! at a low ftlfure.
IN THE TRUNK LINE,
We can show tne hundred, of all grade, from $1 75 ta
(30 ; some very fine and entirely new style. Also,
Ladies' Trunks, with all the extra fixing.
50 Saddle of various style and price. s be sees.
A good assortment of Ladies' Saddle amen better tiiaa
We are manufacturing some very fine styles ef Silver
Flue Harness, th plat ef th beat quality a large aa
aortment always an hand many new styles f gocda.
just brought out by the aMMinfaetutere. eaa b eeea at
oar establishment. w respectfully solicit the patrwa
age of atl those that eaa mak it their interest ts do a.
July 18 1855. PATCH dt ALLISON.
D0Z. WHIPS for sale, wholesale
and retail, at jy 18 PATCH d ALLISON'S.
OURRY COMBS, HORSE CARDS,
V l Cosab tad Brushe ; Matt of all description, at
Jy 18 PATCH As ALU SON R.
SADDLER'S SILK, of all shades ;
three cord Thread, white, blue aad black : IT tin
Varnish : a full stock of Saddle's Tools, at
jy 18 PATCH tt ALLISON'S.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, from 3-4 to
t-4 ; trace chain, spurs, tack af all sis as. Raw
Hides, fancy russet bridle. Carpet bags, at
jy 18 PATC H at ALLISON'S.
FEW PAIRS CARRIAGE LAMPS
that hare been sa hand for a asrle of year,
which ve ar anxious to aell to any one that will be aa
foolish a to by them. jylS PATCH dt ALLISON.
fAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN
1VL SHINES! FARM FOR SALE ! ! The subacid
her. wishing to go west, would say ts those d .tiring ta
buy a farm, that h will sell hi well-know oat aoam
stead. It contain tw. hundred acrta of excellent land,
ha water la almost every lot, timber same lent (or saw
hundred years, a house almost aew, that east rw thou
sand dollar and out bulldinrs plenty and convenient.
It I located in Ho. land, on the North and South Centra
rotd, aad about sn hundred rod north of th Yang
lwn and Warren road. It cannot fail ta plea any
one wishing a residence ia the country.
Howhvnd. May 3, 1855. JOHN W. 8EELT.
f OWING MACHINES.
AJX The subscriber have asw oa trial, oa af Ketch
em's oombined Mowing and Rasping Machine. Those
interested can tee how it works, a! most anytime during
the present harvest, by calling. Ws would like to have
farmer call and see for themselves, aad should they
wish to buy a machine, or almost any implement a far
awr need, w would like to sell, as w have th ageu
cy af the Albany Agricultural Work, of Albany, N, T
one rf the most extenaive establishment of the kind,
iu that State. They keep on hand all kiads of farming
emplewienta. Threshing Machines, Mowing and Reap
ing Machines, dec Anion their Mowing aad Reaping
Machines, may be found McConaiek's. Hnsys, Bur
rell's, Manny's and Kefchum's. alas what 1 called th
New York Reaper, which 1 said to be th hast Reaper
aew la use, but it cannot be arranred for so. vine.
Howland, July 30, 1855, REEVES at ABELL.
REEVES HOUSE, Sharon, Mercer
Co., Pa. The subscriber, having purchased th
Hotel oa the canal, formerly kept by S. Quinby, aad
thoroughly repaired and refurnished tt. I arw prepar
sd to entertain hia friend and the pablie generally, ia
a styl not to be surpassed la this section of country.
Jane 30, 1855. 3ma J. REEVES.
Joha O, North, Plaintiff, 1 la th Court of
vs. I Csmaaaa Phssa of
James H. Elbbe and Laarsa I. f Trusshail CeaatyJX
uerriam, Dsfendant. J Civil Acrraa.
Lauren T. Merriaaa, sn ef the defendant, a non
resident of the State of Ohio, Is hereby aetified, taat am
th 3d day of August, A. IX 155, the Plaintiff find hia
petition against th defendant la said Court, alleging
that the defendants are Indebted to aim eu th promis
sory not of said Jame H. Kibbee, as ssaker, and the
said Lauren T Merruvm and th aaid Jame H. Eibbee,
nder the firm of Merriam fc Co., a indorsee, ia th
sum of one thousand dollars, with Interest from Map
14th, 1855, at the rat of seven per cent, per annum
said not dated January 11th. 1855, payable at th Can
Exchange Bank, New York, four month after data
Th plaintiff will take judgment by default against
aid Lurea T. Merriaaa. for ta sum and lutorest aa
aforesaid, unless h answer by th 13th day ef 0et
" AVtf W l I s ItiSTf T sE
af. X Ut Oa. OU IVOlflO
Aug. 23. 1855.-6 ttt'y for 1 1'tt
jp. Executor of
shew .od WU- I
the District Court
James C. Bishop, Executor t
for Trumbull County,
Ebeneier H. Bisnow .
unio. si tt ta
liam G Alexander,
The aaid William G. Alexander 1 notified that th
said Rafus Beataa ha filed In said Court kis potltiaa
to review the riser, rendered la th 8pra Court ra
d n,. Mill eiMintv. at th A a met tens. A. D. IrSO, la
the cause then pending ia aaid Cnarvot aaid Eufu
Beman against said Beintser H. Bishop and (aid Wil
liam i. Alexander. Th (aid William jk Alexander
must appear and answer or demar, to said aetitloa
sithia sixty days from th third day f Ortob-r, 1855,
or th will, a to him, keutn a ronrisssd.
- By SUXLIrP dt TUTTLB,
ui 23-St SoUcltar fw I'ompCV
STRIKE NOW, WHILE THE IRON
IS HOT I A RARE CHANCE FOR A B A RO Ant
es he had by applying I 'Onediatsly, aa t wlak to r
w est by the middle of Beptimber, ts stay a wmowtas.
I want to sell my building ea th east aid. f Mia st
all my Oroceriea now en hand, aad sum San and (sua
Fixtures, together with Irunsseith Tool; aad will rrr
them at a bargain for th tak of closing Mt, Also, a
Building Lot en the Westsid of Mato.str.et, So feet
front by TV feet deep a rood loatasr hos'asss
Call toon, and loot at said nrorty & 7a wish to
porch are, ,
Warren, AarustS.WU. JOHN OAT, .
1 do fancy silver plated kaodtaa.
St - Jen d hand las. No 1, 8 tad I,
30 Whin metal aad plated hlnrt.
48 tro fancy aaaJsd scrws an.1 uck. sa
tlnly aew style. PACKARD BARN BX.
'P0 WHOM IT MA Y CONCERN
L I hive appointed Jo.le llah K. Borih-im. Kins
man, a Deputy C. unty Sarvror. aud ampowerwd hist
to do all jo of Surveying wh:ch may he pi assussd.
Hit emc la at the I'ro situ JaLft oe. Court a aast.
Warna. U. Loaf. 1
J!y S5 C it 4r of.