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Advertisements should he marked the njmler of
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Having a superior assortment of Job Printing mate
rial, we are prepare! to execute in the best manner, all
kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing,
Address Caids, Certificates, labels.
Business Carta, Check Books. Manifests,
Bank Cheeks, Colored Printing, Notes,
Bills of Lading, Drafts. . Programmes,
Ball Tickets, Form Books, Receipts.
Ki.nk- ill kinds, n.ndhills. Show BlUS. etc.
Ia fajt every thins: dene in the shape of Pnntme. at
price that can not fail to suit, and with the greatest dis
patch. We keep constantly on hand a rood assortment
f Cards and fine Stationery, from which those in want
f Printing can select.
JnstticFs'aad Constable-.' Clanks,
WARRANTEE. MORTGAGE Ac QUIT CLAIM DEEDS
scnifOK, Bxacrnoxs, eraraxas, rxc.
Constantly on hand and for sale.
Trumbull County Fair.
Thursday the hst day of the Fair, was
.1 j - - i i ti. .: i,:i. i,,i
CKJUUV, BI1U tUUl. IIIC laiu nuibu ureu
fallen the previous day, prevented all
annov8D.ce from dust. The number of
. . , . i i
people in attendance was very large, uu
could not have txen less than from five
to seven thousand. We regret to say
that the quantily of stock of almost every
kind, of Agricultural Implements, and
Products, Machinery, article of Domes
tic Manufactures, Fruits and Flowers,
each and all was smaller, than at any
former Fair, wuhin the last five years.
The quality of many things was worthy
of praise, but it was not such an exhibition
in point of quantity as Trumbull County
could, and should have made.
A Mowing Machine, Hall's Patent, had
several improvements over any machine
we hare seen, and performed its work ad-
:kln Tka Wmvt .Qa artnrr AfaiOiina nf
Mr. Stow, of Braceville, is a great labor-
, -a r i e tt ri
saving maebme. Money c jo. snows re
ceived high praise from the farmers. Two
superb Single Harness, one manufactur
ed by R. W. Smith of Newton Falls, and
the other by Patch St Allison of this town
attracted much attention, also a splendid
assortment of Harness T riming s by the
last named firm. A flour barrel made
by our colored friend Isaac Crawford, ex
celled any thing in that line which we
have ever seen.
Two Top Buggies from the shop of our
townsman E. K. Wisell, were elegantly
finished, and elaborately ornamented ;
and were specimens of which Mr. W.
might well be proud.
The quantity of Flowers, in Floral Hall
was not large , but the pyramid by Mrs,
J. B. Wheelee of Vernon, and the boquet,
by Mrs. Dudley Allen o( Kinsman, re
flected credit upon the hands which rear
ed the flowers, and the taste which dic
tated the arranaement. The Ajmcul-
tural Society and the public are much
indebted to the industry, taste and skill
of the Ladies of this town, who labored
so assiduously in decorating Floral Hall.
When the scarcity of material is consider
ed, it must be acknowledged, that the re
sult was wonderful. J. he intermingling
of flowers and pictures ; of the works of
nature, and of art, was admirably done.
Many of the pictures were highly credi
ble to the artists who executed them.
There were many specimens of Needle
Work, Embroidery, and domestic manu
facture. One specimen of Embroidery, brought
in at too late an hour to be entered
for a premium, by Miss Jeanette (the
last name forgotten) worked with colored
silk on a black ground, was exceedingly
beautiful. A Talma embroidered by the
daughter of Hiram Iddikos, Esq., a girl
of 1 2 years of age, would hr ve done cred
to a woman of liper years.
Gustavus bore away ihe palm in the
George W. Cowdek, of Gustavus ex
hibited 20 varieties of Pears '; T.D. Pel
ton, exhibited 13 varieties of Pears ; S.
Beeman, exhibited 35 varietief of Apples;
Johh Reeves, of Ho wland, also a fine show
of Apples ; Chas. Woodruff, of Vienna,
2 superb varieties of Peaches ; Mrs. Ed
ward Jokes, of Oraugeville, specimens of
monthly Strawberries,' which were as
gratifying to the palate as to the eve.
Also jars of Peaches, sealed up without
sugar, two years ago, and still in perfect
preservation. Tomatoes were there in
abundance ; some of monstrous size ; and
of the various vegetables a very fair dis
play. Some very large Sweet Potatoes,
from the garden of our Townsmen, B. N..
Bobbins Esq., particularly attracted at
tention. The presence of Mr. Elliott,
the well known Cleveland Horticulturist,
on the Horticultural Committee, was very
The finest sample of Maple Sugar ever
shown in this County, was exhibited by
S. M. Beemak, of Gustavus.
The display of Cattle was not as large
as on some former occasions, but many
fine animals were shown. One pair be
lonfioflr to Messrs. Tod & Fenton, were
the observed of all observers. Their uni
ted weight was 6170 lbs. They were
mated, full brothers, color bright red,
one four and the other five years old.
The youngest had been stall fed only
during the past winter. During the winter
they were fed corn meal, and thepast sum
mer their rations were twenty quarts of
brand daily, and grass. They are now
s)ld to an eastern drover for 8525.
Some fine Horses were exhibited, but
we cannot speak particularly of them oi
of the other kinds of stock, but refer our
tjreaders to the list of premiums in another
column for the awards of the different
Committees. There were very many
articles well worthy of notice, which did
iiK come within the award", of any of the
committees, and which our own limited
time did not permit us to examine, there
fore we niusl be purdoned for any seem
The Equestrian performance, by La
dies, was, as usual, the crowning attrac
tion of the dav. The dense masses of
people, which t ncircled the riding ring,
and occupied every available point of
observation, showed the interest tnlen in
this part of ihe i-how. Only four entries
were made ; and where all rode so well,
it would be invidious to make distinction.
We think our agricultural friends
might heighten the interest very much,
if they were to bring, on each return of
the fair, any and every thing which they
think worthy of notice. There is too
much sensitiveness felt, whenever any
one fails to receive a premium. The
very object of fairs, is to beget a whole
some rivalry ; and there is no cause for
jealousy, or discouragement, when the
article exhibited, by one man, is pro
nounced, by the awarding Committee to
be not quite equal to another. Bring a
better one the next time, if possible ; if
not, bring as good, and on that occasion
it may be belter than any other exhibited.
Mahoning County Fair for 1855.
The Mahoning County Agricultural
S ciety will hold its ninth annual exhibi
tion on the 2nd and 3d days of October
next, at the fair grounds in CanGeld.
Tuesday, the 2d will be devoted to the
reception of stock and othtr articles of ¬
fered for premiums.
Wednesday, the 3d, will be devoted
to the exhibition, award of premiums, ad
dress, kc, &c,
T. M. RICE, Secretary.
Canfield, Sept. 12, 1855.
The Fair in Summit county will be
held at Akron, on the 3d, 4th and 5th
days of October, and in Lake, at Paine s
ville, on the 10th, 11th, and I2th of October.
On Thursday, the 27th, Mr. Samuel
Ewalt, of Bazetta, purchased a horse.
In the evening be rode it into town,
hitched in front of our sanctum (a dan
gerous neighborhood,) while he went
into a barber shop. Remaining there
some ten minutes, he came out and
found his bourse was gone. He soon
mustered some friends, easily got upon
the track, (a man on horse back, in these
days of buggy riding, being a marked
man,) overtook the horse and rider, at,
or near Ravenna, recovered the horse,
and lodged the theif safely in jail at that
place ; the business being finished neat
ly by 4 o'clock A. M.
The same day he was brought to this
town, examined be lore Justice Palm,
and fully committed, to await his trial.
He is quite young, not over 18 or 20
years old, and says his name is Taylor.
On Sunday, the 23d, a child about 4
years old, the adopted child' of Mr. Dra
pes Bjceder, of Gustavus, was burned to
death, in the following manner : Mr. &
Mrs. Reeder had left home, to attend
meeting, leaving the child in the care of
two boys. One of them went to gather
corn for" roasting. The other stepped
out of the house, after making prepara
tions to kindle afire, when ihe child get
ting hold of the matches, ignited some
of them, and her clothes taking fire, she
was so badly burned that she expired,
in intense agony, some five or six hours
Cleveland Clothing Store.
By reference lo the advertisement of
George A. Davis, in another column, it
will he seen, that, in anticipation of the
connection soon to be perfected between
this place and Cleveland, by railroad,
this gentleman is calling the attention of
our citizens, to his wholesale Clothing
Store. Those visiting Cleveland, will
find a large stock of goods, at his estab
lishment, both manufactured into man's
outward habiliments, and in the piece,
ready for such an operation.
Thomas H. Ford.
A letter has been received from Hon.
Thomas H. Ford, with the assurance that
he will address the peo le of Portage
County, on the 4th day of October next,
Select School at Greene
We understand that the select cchoc
at Greene, in this Counjy, under the
charge of Messrs. Harrington & Bates,
is in a very flourishing condition. Over
140 scholars are in attendance.
We are indebted to Mrs. R. Logan for
some very fine Apples, ot the Rambo,
German Sweet, and Pearmain varieties.
Voice a Father of the County.
James Madison, in the Convention
which framed the Constitution of the
United Slates, objected to the word of
"slave" being used in the clause which
was insert! d for the rendition of fugi
tives. His objections were agreed to by
the Convention, and the milder term of
"persons owing service or labor," appli
cable alike to white apnrentia.es and
black slaves, was put in our Constitution.
Mr. Madison said on that occasion :
" I object to the woid 'slave appear
ing in a Constitution which, I trust, is to
he the charter of free-lom to unborn mil
lions ; nor would I willingly perpetuate
the memory of the fact that slavery ever
existed in our coudtry. It is a great
evil ; and, under the providence of God,
l iook lorward in some scheme of eman
cipation which shall free us from it. Do
not, therefore, let us appear as if wc re
garded it perpetual, by using in our free
Constitution an odious word opposed to
every sentiment of liberty."
Another Glorious Republican Victory!
The Star that never Set!
The gallant sons of the Green AToun
lain Slate have again uttered their voice
in gallent condemnation of the pro-slaw
rv Administration at Washington. Re
turns Irom Vermont show that Rcyce,
the Republican candidate, is again elec
ted Governor, by from 15 lo 20,000 ma
jority. The total vote of the State last
ytHr was about 42,000, and this majority
will do. The Legislature is Republican
ten to one 1 All hail the true Republi
cans of Varrmont ! O. S. Journal.
On the 6th day of March, 1520, Con
gress admitted Missouri as a Sovereign
State, but provided that no State there
after should be admitted with a recogni
tion of slavery, north of 36 deg. 30m.
This was in the usual form of territorial
bills, except section 0, which reads as
"fcVc. 8- That in nil that territory
ceded by France to the United States, un
der the" name of Louisiana, which lies
north of thirty-six degrees and thirty
minutes north latitude, not included
williin the limits of the H'a'.e contempla
ted by this fid, slavery and involuntary
servitude, otherwise than in the punish
ment of crimes, wheieof the parlies shall
have been duly convicted, shall be, and
is hereby fore.er prohibited. Provided
always, that any person escaping into
the same, from whom labor and service
is lawfully claimed, in any St ite or Ter
ritory of the United States, such fugitive
may be lawfully reclaimed and convey
ed to the person claiming his or her labor
or service as aforesaid."
On the 29iu day of May, 1854, the act
passed the U. S. Senate, which formed
the territorial government of Kansas and
Nebraska, (ihe same having passed the
House four days previously,) the four
teenth sectiou of which provides, among
other things " That the coustitulion.auJ
all the lavs of the United St ites, which are
not locally inapplkab 'e, shall have the same
force and (ffect w'Uhin the said territory vf
Nebraska as elsewhere within the United
States, except tht eighth section of the act
preparatory to Vie admission rf Missouri
into the Union, approved March Glh, 1 820,
which is hereby decland inoperative awl
void." The passage of the Kansas and
Nebraska act was deemed ard (rented by
the North as a violation of public faith.
The Sou:h regarded it with favor, and
the author of ihe act itself undertook to
show argumenlatively that the effect cf
the above repeal was not to admit Slave
ry into the ten-it-ly of Kansas and Ne
braska. Before its passage, no man pre
tends that Slavery could go into Kansas;
Ihe act of organization declares that it
cannot go there by virtue of that doc
ument, but somehow or another it is
found there, and the first Territorial Leg
islature are now considering, and doubt
less will pass, if ther have not already,
a bill which provides, amongother things,
as follows :
" Sec. 12. If any person by speak
ing or by writing, asseit or maintain, that
persons have not the right to hold slaves in
the Territory, or shall introduce into Kan
sas, or print, publi! h, write, circulate, or
cause to be introduced into the territory,
written, printed, publish or circulate in
this teritory, any book, paper, magazine,
pamphlet or circular conta-ning any de
nial of the right of persons to hold slaves
in this territory, such person shall be
deemed guilty of felony, and punished
by imprisonment at hard labor lor a term
not less than two years."
Thus it will be seen, in short, that the
first fruits of the great doctrine of Squat
ter Sovereigntv, promulgated by Gen.
Cass, and based upon section fourteen of
the Kansas and Nebraska act, arc heavy
penal legislatiou, making it a felony, pun
ishable by hard labor for a term not less
than two vears, to declare or write in the
erritory of K. nsas, the truth of the very
words of the act of Congress which or
ganizes the Territorial government, and
gives life to her legislatiou, declaring that
is " the true intent and meaning of
the act, not to legislate Slavery into the
territories or States." It is very e'ear
that slavery did not and could not exist
Kansas, after March 6, 1820. and pre
vious to May 26ih, 18o4. It is quite as
clear that it does exist there now, and
and has done ever since. The act de
clares that it did not go there by virtue
its provisions, and if it did not, how
did it go there legally 7 let a lenton
al bill makes it a felony to state that it
does not lawfully exist there. Detroit
To His own Place.
The Washington Organ says : "It is
reported that President Pierce has re
cently bought a farm of 500 to 600 acres,
near Colesville, Montgomery county,
Maryland a few miles from this city, as
his future residence. It is also reported
that in the event of his receiving the
Democratic nomination for the Presiden
cy in 1856, he will run as a Maryland,
and not as a New Hampshire candi
date." We had utterly given up all expecta
tion of seeing the Presidential confede
rate of Atchison, Stringfellow and the
other Missouri Ruffiins, do any act du
ring his term of office, which we or the
people of New Hampshire could approve.
But the announcement above gives us
hope. Utterly as Frank Pierce has giv
en himself over to the devil of human
slavery infamously as he has conspired
betray his country, and destroy Uie
last hope of Freedom on this continent
shamelessly as he has turned his back
the land of his birth, on the father
that begat and the mother that bare him,
shrink" from burdening the land he
has betrayed, with the guardianship of
his bones. Tiuer than usual, his native
instinct tells him that his last resting
place should be in the land of slaves.
thank him that he will not return to
New Hampshire. Not a wind but will
whistle more free lor the consciousness
that the ashes of a traitor to the highest
interests of his country and his race sleep
not beneath the soil which it sweeps.
Concord Independent Democrat.
It is stated that Ex-Governor Wood
has declared his intention to vote for
Salmon P. Chase for Governor. This
will be a valuable accession from the
Democratic ranks. Home Companion.
We know that Governor Wood has
made the above statement, and much
more in the same direction. He ac
knowledges that he has been in great
error, that his party U in great trior, and
that he has dissolved all connection there
with. He expressed himself as heartily
disgusted with the weak pusillanimity of
the present administration, espescially in
course in regard to Kansas. We
have yet a hope "Republicanism will not
prove a tjilu.e in America, when such
men come flocking to the standard of
truth and freedom. Medina Gazette.
The Buffalo Commercial of the 10i.1i
has the following paragraph :
Yesterday morning, as we learn, there
were ten trains of live stock cattle,
sheep and hogs sent east from this city
over the New York Central Railroad.
one train there were 20 cars, and in
each of the others about 16. One train
heavy freight, about 20 cars, also ar
rived nt noon, drawn or propelled by
locomotives. The amount of live
arriving here, both by lake and by
rail, sent hence east by the above road
immense, and exceeds what any one
couli imagine who is not acquainted
with the facts. A large number of the
cattle change hands at the regular pas
turing yards before re-shipment, on spec
ulHtion for tie New Yoik, Albany and
Boston markets, and this kind of trade U
rapidly increasing. Eastern dealers in
many instances finding it decidedly for
their interest to stop here before going
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
tMin.i.i .. i . mi t . i
I s in. n!:n-st market price win oe paiu
j , rr Land Arrsnts ,if all siics.
. T.irsi- hvrinir Warrants to 4iios: of. will pleane call
t or Ml senior, at K. A. Smith .V t'o.'a Ilm Stnre.
I Warren .Jone 2. lj-S-y KliWAK A. SMITH.
j 'V0 THIS PUBLIc"fxl.ENERALT&
J FARMERS IX 1MKTICTLAK.
llaritirf ivtirrM our -Mtil Ihu, ? are now fm-ly to
j cc'inm.lte our u,4 castunicri' m u-u.il, u j-ln.rt im
t rr; ati.l lt new ouei mho may fvor u ith call,
! will. i lru.-c have ua caueU re crvt iie trui at least.
u.-rc imdi vork tiie in a Mi;rri,r ctaniicr.
C'afa dii for M heat.
VAX OKTKi:S UM'EK MZLI S.
WaiTn, O, St. W, lrS-t
T!ip co mrtnershin fiertt'f.re ex :s tine under
ihe name of T. 11. MORI.fcY 4. Cn., i? thi d;iy .libMiiv-
vi Vy tr.uinal consciit. T. II. MorJcy wiili-lrnwiug frut.
ihf ctnr.rn. Hit? ImsinrM vil b-TMftT te cirri'.
um u:ii!it the style unt name of JOHN R. MOftLKY i
Co., wio are authorized to settle li.e 1 us.uess of the
AH n-'tes ard arcnnti due the old firm, of orer iix
mni.ths t:tiidinrr, will i r jlced in the Li:i.U cf a col
lector, unless eitled immt'tlntolr-
ii re n, Aur. lriw. JXO IL MOKLEY & Co.
'-PIIESTAR PLOW, Manufactured by
X J. R. MOKLEY Sr. Co., will d Wtu-rwrk itun
my other Plow in the State of Cliia, except t!ie 31 icXifran
OEORGE A. DAVIS, Manufacturer
and ivhneale Denier in
Franklin Buildings, corner of Water and Saperior U.,
We hare now in store and In piocessof manufacture
one of the largest, tno4t complete, and varied stocks of
r A LIj A r v HI.NTKU CLOTlilXG
to he found in the I'nirn.
Oar stock, consistinc of Overcoats, Cloaks, Talmas,
truck, Dresa and Business Coats, Pants and eats, is
maunfac;ued entirety in this city, from almost every
description of material, amon? which we may mention
the foliorrinfrfarirics: Cloths. Beavers. Pilots, Muhaira,
Kerseys, Petershams. Satiuetts, lilanets. Tweeds of all
colors aud qualities for Coats. Ioeskins. Cassinters,
Corduroys. .Satinetts, of evtrry variety, fr Pants. ilk
VHvets. initios Silks, Cashmeres, Woolen Plaids,
Plusiit. Toilenets. Fanner Satin;, Clrinirtons, of
every dearription and Iet for Vests, Tosetiiei with
a Lirpe assortmrui of
eo.. sitting Id part ol Shirts, Collars. Cravat3, Stocks.
Tiidershirt. Drawers. Hosiery. Sunvender. Gloves.
Overalls, Hickory aud Overshirts. Trunks. Traveling
Ba?, Yalia-.n, Vc, dec , fcc. Also, India Jluohcr
GkvIs of every dejcrij tion.
The perfect system to which we have hrouzM every
department of our hu3ines, after Ion and toilsome
years of application and lalor. must convince the in-
renyor of the superior advantage we are thus ena
Med to otter the Trade fn the purrliase of their stocks,
whether in small or lare nantitiea.
Our tm mess, extending throughout this State, Indi
ana, Michigan and Illinois, offers unequalled ad van
tipes to the Merchants of these States, from rhe fact, i
th.it our clothing is manufactured to suit their tra le, ,
Ion if years of intercourse having made as fumUiar with j
ther el of customers-
We respectfully solicit a call from all merchants de
siring to purchase, feelins; confident an examination
of our stock will result in ihemut satisfactory manner.
OKOKGB A. DAVIS,
Oak nail C!othInc Emporium, Cleveland, 0.
Cleveland, Sept. 2ti, l'i3.-3ui
VTEW YORK STOKE. FALL AND
WINTER GOODS are now arriv.nz. and the cry
will le, "still they come for the next sixty days. We
have en lea vo red to ret up a stock, for the com i nr. sea
son, which h is never been equaled in Trumbull Coun
ty, for extent, completeness an. attaptedness to the
wants of the puldic, and the Ladies in particular. In
Silk aud Kancy Goods, we have never h id a stoci so
worthy of inspection; while in STAPLE GOODS we are
fully ut home, and prepared to convince our friends
that prierm have mot mdemnced, as has been piven out.
Sept. 20, 1p5. PAKKS 4t WENTZ.
'IF'f Y CENT DRESSIiS.
ICIO piecea rood fet Prints, at d' cts per yard.
Kancr Prima. Engllfli and French Chintzes, Scutch A;
SWi iiiuichaiuj, at the NEW VOKK STOHK.
BROWN & BLEACHED Shirtings,
of good quality, at 6 cts; heavy muslins and fine
sheeting in proportion, at the NEWYOKK STORK.
EMBROIDERIES & TRIMMINGS
Rich Thread Lace; Sviss an 1 Cambric Collars;
Sleeves Hands and Embroideries; Velvet. Jaoire An
tique and other atj lts Trimmings. The ladies say it is
a ueat t examine the great variety at the
NEW VOKK STORE.
B ROCHE, Long and ixjuare Shawl; ;
Broche, Cashmere and Uold End Scarfs; Shawls
of a'l kinds, including some new styles; Cloaks. Man
till, and a full aasurtaieut of Cloak and Talma Cloths,
at the NEW VOKK STOUK.
MCH GALA PLAIDS. Coburr8 and
- DeBa-res ; Fancy, Plain and shilling Dctdines;
the largest stock of French Merinos in tovn,and at pri
ces that defy competition, at the
SEW YORK STORE.
HEAVY RICH PLAID SILKS, Bl'k
Silks of superior quality and lattre; silks of all
other kinds, including bILK BONNETS: Cloak aud
other silk velvets; rich velvet and silk Vesting. Ate.
p LOTUS & WOOLEN GOODS.
V The public knoir that we keen the lari-et and
clicaret suick of cloths for men and boy' wear, iu
toan; everything In the line, from a (food two shilling
Jean to a liue broadcloth; therefore we sirrply sav. be-
lore unyiiis. call at the NEW VOKK STOKE.
a f ill,!'.. - ' '
fj H Bbl's. Molasses.
2j Bass Collee. for sale at Cincinnati urice.
adding freight, at the NEW VOTK STOKK.
FRESH TEAS Grevn and Black at
SUc 75c and $1,IK), of superior flavor, at the
NEW YORK STOKE.
EADV MADE CLOTHING AND
J-ti HATS AND CAPS. We have opened sales
room devoted exclusively to this trade, and keep as
Wnd w J!.'"'"'? ,t.hecontJ-i'
cheap and warranted well made, at tlie
SEW YOKK STOIiR
0 YAL WILTON. Brussels, three
V) lly, Inzrain and Venitian Carnetin;;. also Itus.
lru-'f u, Matting. Oil Cloth, dec., the largest stock in
old irumijull, can be had at the
NEW YORK STORE.
PAPER HANGINGS, Winlow Pa-
per and Oil Shailes, at the
NEW YORK STORE.
CROCKERY, Giass-Ware, Looking
Glasses, fee, a large stock can alivay he found
at the NKW YORK ST0KK.
TOWA LAND AGENCY. The sub"
X scriiier offers his services, to those wishing to lo
cate lauds in Iowa, at reasonable rates. Particular at
tion paid to locating Land Warrants, or if desired, I
will locate and sell the land, for one half the pro tits,
counting each warrant worth 81 2a per acre, and pay
my own expense, (except the office fee, which is one
dollar for each 40 acres.)
Laud Warrants bought and sold.
Land Located for cash, or eastern drafts, or on time.
Taxes paid and titles examined, iu Central or Northern
Ioira. EDWIN LoVKLAND.
Kefferences Geo. Taylcr, Esq., Cashier of the West
ern H Bank; Austin D. Kibbee, Lq.,Kev. A. M. Bnxrn,
Farniingttn, O. ; I. H. Taft, (., Columbus, O.
Scotch Grove, Jones Co., Iowa, .Sept. l'J, Icum.
utire is hereby given that the undersigned have
been appointed Administrators, on the Estate of
Francis freeman, late of Warren, deceased. All persons
having claims agaiust said estate, are requested to pre
sent tiiem for payment immediately.
SA CEL FREEMAN,
CUAKLES HICK OX.
Warren, Sept. 19, I35-3w.
7EBSTEH AND HIS MASTER-
v i 1'IECES ; 2 vols, a new work and a valuable
one, at ADAMS'
X LOWELL MASON'S new collection of Church
Muic, contains upwards of oxe tbo( s&kd pieces of
music, adaptrd to about out HrKnaao and tw kitty me
les, and a much larger variety than usual of Aictbkms
and otaer Set Pieces. The ELEMENTS ot Mt'SIC
have been especially prepared for Singing Clashes a
variety of pleasing exercises, four-part songs, and
rounds InU-rjpersed.and there is added MCSICAL NO
TATION IN A NUTSHELL a brief course for schools.
A Specimen copy will be sent, by mail, postjiatd. for j
examination, 10 any leaciter oi music, or leaner oi cnoir
on receijtof sKVKXTT-rtva cents. Published by
S3 Park Roar, New York.
sepCtdm Sanborn, Carter 5t Bazin, Boston-
Teachers Institute, for the accommodation of
tli; Teachers of Trumbull County, will commence in
the Seminary build in cs in Karminston, on Monday, the
Hth day of October, and continue one week. Mr. James
Marvin, Suj'U of the Warren Union Schools, Mr. James
11. Greer, Principal of the Western Reserve Seminary,
and M. D. Lei?eU, will be present and lecture during
the week. Mr. J. 1. Vox will be present a iart of the
time, and also, (Jliarles liarriukcton, fc.su., of Oreen.
Ladies can be furnished with loard for the weekre,
ar.d centiemen at a reasonable rate.
Tlie members of the Institute will be expected to pay
fifty cents each, to defray incidental expenses and pay
There will be an Eiam!Iatios held in Farmiupton
on Saturday, the 13Ui of Otto"er, for the accommoda
tion of such members of the Institute as de-ftirn to teach
during the winter. M. D. LEtJGETT,
S-ptid it Pres. Board School Exam.
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. !
- Notice ii hereiy riveu, tliat the subscriber ha
been appointed and 'jualiael as administrator on Uie
eiate of Eli Mtrehoue,deceased. Ute of Green, Trutn
bu I County, Ohio. JOUN A. COLEMAN.
Sept Jo 3t
MY BONDAGE and My Freedom, bj
Frederick Douglass. Part 1st, Life of a Slave;
"art :M. Lite of a Freeman.
Mr Ko?iuaoc and Mv Freedom exhibits the fine pen
ius, and the rapidly levclopinff powers of its author.
he is original and peculiar as a speaker, he is espial
so as a writer. We have the fuMest confidence, there
for;. t:iat this vork, the result of his riper experience
and of his more mature judgment, will challenge not
onjy the admiration of all the Friends of Freedom, fr
its spirited aud irresistible Anti-Slavery facta aud ar
rum cuts, but of scholars, for the direetiwas. eomtenaa
ton,and alUuence of its style; and of the iretieral read
er also.fttr therraphic interest f the story of hw rhe,-k-
.nd ereutful life. Price $1. at ADAMS.
Ei:VES HOUSE, Sbaron, Mercer
XV Co., Pa. The subscriber, havin purchased the
Hotel on the canal, formerly kpt by S. !'iinby, and
tborouchly repaired and refurnished it, is aow prei'ar
ed to entertain his friends and the puMie (reneralry, in
s'.vle nt to be mirp'sed in this section of eooniry.
June 0, 1H55. Sm J. REEVES.
'lO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
L I hve aiinointel Jodedlah K. Barnham.of Kina
man, a IVjuitj County Surveyor. ant empowered hiia
do a!l jobs of Surveying; which may he preented.
Hi. office is at tht I'rohata Judge s off:re.Coirt Hoaae,
W.rren. 11. M. LEFT.
Jaly S3 Contiry Purvryer.
farian's New Work on Spiri'ualism,
.1 1 ft BALDWIN 3.
JAltY LYKDON, at
POUTER'S SKY-LI GUT D A-
?Ett Title Fmb.iv
r lire rk nin , 'n. The fin1 -.ri-r is h.ti.t-v
to announce to the. citicens of warren ai.d surround -t;g
country, that ht hs lUted op a nt of R'm. cs over Bnld-
in"s B-iokftor. south of thf Pfn Oiic. with a larve
tv-rtr whre hr is prepare! to f.i!t!-!i lMintrrreo
tptin the Vst Style ol the Art. H hss a fine as
sortment of SNteriils,, Caes, of the latest styles,
which be has received direct f.un New York, and
which will Ite fur ui shed at n.derte pneen. M ; lis
alo a collection cf Oil Paint-fcc and D.uruerretypt-s
fertile cratitic&tion of the lovers of Art. a d hs spared
no ptins to m.:ke the rooms a leasut.t and areeaSie
I bee of recrt at all bourj, aud he is determined l y
cf.ustaiit a-l iitiotis lo keep up th-ir interest nd make
them one of ihe placet worth visitin. r.titii l-y c:t:ei:s
and Mraoers. Aod he looks for a literal .u, p.ut in
his rt..rt to cTttify tioise ho rc;u;re his services t
an Artirtand UKU'iv.typ;tt.
Pictures taken in A LI. KINDS OF WKATKEK.
All person, are cordially luvitrd to Call, h-ther
wishli:? Pictures or n-t
IJ'Wori: done at my room witt Ae rarraxteit.
M . 0 WILLIAM F. l'OKTER.
Warren, Ohio. Se. I, lrii.
XGIIAVIXG OX WOOD' Th
Pascritier is prepared to execute all order in
the a:ove line, such as View of ik-iMina. ;tu nr
Newspaper lle.tds, Envelope Stamps, !:iu?trtt;-ms for
Bo-Iks, lianu)iiis or Ncrs Pa'-cr, ozc, 4tc, in a superi
or manner. Also.
DliAWIXfiS AND DESIGNS
cf all Kin N, such as Vies of Houses. Hotels. Sh ps,
Kurcaces, Machinery, or Designs for the INtteot OlLce,
rTCall at my Rrr.ms over Baldwin's Book Store,
where siwcimens may be seen. W. F. PoKTlL
Warren, 0M Sept. 12 T5i.
OSIN THE BOW." Now is the
time to hur Violins and Guitars, at w holesale
prices and a good how thrown in. Cnll soon they are
goto; fast ept. 12. S. T. POMKKOY.
"VOTICE. Tlim JEWELRY BU.SI-
JL ness heretofore carried on hy the firm of Walter
Kin? 4fc Son, ill hereafter ha coi.tinued by the under
siened. at th old standundcr the style and f rni of
KING & LIIOTHKK, where the business of the old firm
enn e settled. A share of public jatrouac is resect
X. B. An early settlement is desired.
ASH BEL KfXG.
Warren, Sept. P, 155. 4 JL'LU'S KING.
XAO'tONS OF CHE&sTi WANTED,
t) J Vfnr w!i!ch the highest mrti t price -nr ill he paid,
in cash, on .Mirery. IUIjINi.S t( MOKUAN.
Sept li. lr'M.
very rood BKck IWcllini IIou-. For partic
ulars inquire of aapHf V. IDblNGS.
A VALUABLE BOOK. A practical
- treatise on business or how t yet, save, spend,
rive, lend, and bequeath mon-r. with an innmrv into
the chances of success and causes of failure In business.
just received at apr. ADAMS'.
T A BARGAIN ! For Sale One
X . Seconl-han4 TOP BI'fWY. which li !ecn in use
a year and a half ; one SEW OPEN Bl'GGY.
one PAKLOil COAL STOVE. Inquire at
Sept-S. rOMEROY'S MUSIC STORE.
rpEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
L. worth of Land Warrants wanted. I am paying the
hiirhet prices for Land Warrants.
sep.5 ALBERT l'ERRV, 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, hy the Clerk thereof, I ha-e levied on, and
shall expose to pnMie sale, at the door of the Court
House iu Warren, in said county, on Saturday, the Hh
day of Octnler, A. D. 133. hvlxeen the hours of ten
o'clock, A M and 4 o'doi-k P M of said day, Lorenso
Chapom's interest in and to the f .Mowing descriln-d
real estate, (said interest hein? one-eighth of said es
tate.) to wit: Situate in the township of Vernon. T ru ra
ta il County, Ohio, aud is bounded and described as fol
lows, viz: west on the highway, running northerly and
southerly throuch said township; north hy lands of Eli
sa Truukey; south hy lands of Joseph P. Williams and
George Lanley.and on the east hy lands of Mary Wil
liams and John Langley, and is supposed to contain
3C acres ol land.
ALSO, snid Chapman's interest, in one oth-r piece
or parcel of land, situate in the township of Vernon,
Trumhull county, Ohio, hounded and described as fo
lows, to ait: On the east hy the north and south hich
way, that leads from Kinsman to Oranpeville; on the
south hy lands of Joseph P. Williams; on the west hy
the Pymatuming Creek; on the north y Lands of John
Boehinger; and i supposed to contain 43 HVItJO acres
of land, more or lens. Said interest in and to said
lands, appraised at JoO fH.1. T he sold at the suit of
Harmon Cole, Adm'rof Mii-hael Burns, araiust Loren
so Chapman. II. R. HARMON. SherifT.
SheTitTs Office, Warren, Sept. 19, lK.-5w 3T;
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an
onler of sale, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Trumhull County. Ohio, to me directed and de
livered, on decree made hy saiJ Court, at their 31 arch
Term, A D I'-ij, I sltall expose to sale at public outcry,
as in execution upon judcmeut,at the door of the Court
House, in Warren, in said county, on Sat unlay, the
20th day of October. A D lrT5. betveen the hours of 10
o'clock A M and 4 o'clock P M of said day, the follow
ing described mortjraced premises, named in said de
cree, and descrited as follows, to wit : Situate in the
township of Oreene, in said County of Trumhull, being
part of lot Xo. 24, and Is bounded as follows, viz: be
ginning at the centre of the road running east and west
through the centre of e aid Greene, at the south-east cor
ner of Aaron ItascomVs land, thence north Id roils to
a post, to land belonginir to Edward Rascomh; I hence
east 10 rods; thence south 16 rods to the centre of the
aforesaid road; thence west 10 roils to the place of he
ginning. Containing one acre of land, be the same
more or less. Appraised at $ ZW) U. To he sold at
the suit of the Executor of Cilviu Q. SuLUH again
il'k. HATtMOW Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren, Sept. 19, lt&5.-5w
A TTACHMENT NOTICE .
t. Before Andreir Gardner, a Justice of the Peace,
of Iiublard township, Trumbull County, Ohio.
Wm. Cleuat; )
vs. Suit ia Attachment,
On the 6th of September. A. D. lSo. s.tid Justice is
sued an onler of Attachment, on the above action, for
the sum of Treat- six dollars and 33-Klu. Said
cause will 1 heard on Septemoer iuth. A.' I. 155,
1 o'clock, P. M. on said day.
WILLIAM CLEXGAN, JR.
Sept. 19, 1855 3w.
Before Andrew Gardner, a Justice of the Peace.
of Hubbard township, Trumhull Couuty, Ohio.
Joseph M. JackSou,i
vs. - Suit in Attacluneut.
Henry Morgan. J
On the 6th of September, A. D. 1H55, said Justice is
sued an order of Attachment, in the aove action for
the sum of one dollar and 5-100. Said suit will he
heard on September -th, A. I. l-5, at 1 o'clock P. V.
of said day. JOSEPH M.JACKSON.
Sept. Kth, 1855- 3w.
i TTACHMENT NOTICE.
i- V Before Andrew Ganlner. a Justice of the Peace,
of llunbnrd townslup, Trumbull County, Ohio.
vs. Suit in Attachment.
On the 5th of September, A. D. 1H55, said Justice Is
sued an order of Attachment, in the above action, for
the sum of eighteen dollars and 4 1 "0. Said cause will
be heard on September 29th, A. I). 1H35. at ou o'clock
P. M. of said dav. PHILIP JACOBS.
Sept. 19, lf55-3w.
A TTACHMENT NOTICE.
i V Before W.J. UriRht. Esq.. a Justice of the Peace,
of Uartfonl, TrtimSall County, Ohio.
s. Suit in Attachment.
On the Klh day of Auynst. A. D. 1"5j, said Justice is
sned an order in Attachment, in the a.ove mentioned
eaa , a)raint the frooU, chattels, &e.,of the defendants.
Amtiunt demanded, $13 r-5 aud cot ard interest. Said
eanse has heen continued for hearing, to the 6th d y of
October neat, at 6 o'clock P. il.
Sept. 19, 1835 3w.
Notice is hereby piven, that in pursuance of an
onler of sale issued by Ue Probate Court of Trnuibull
County, Ohio, the undersineil, as Guardian of Martha
J. Kerney and Sarah E. Kerney, will expose to sale, at
public vendue, on the premises, on the i'.th day of Oc
tober, A D lr55, )etween the hours of 10 o'clock iu the
forenoon and 4 o'cio k in the afternoon of said dsy,
the following; described lots teloninjr to said minors,
situate in the Viilatre Plat of Brook tiehl, Trumbull coun
ty. Ohio, to wiu Village lou No. 51 and 5"J, beloneint
to Martha J. Kerney, which are bounded and deseriled
as follows, viz: Beginning in the centre of the highway
running east and west through said lot Io. i. sua at
est corner of lands now (N ov. 5, 1?j3.) own
ed by Geo. Smith: thence running south along the west
line of Smith's land, 7 ch. 53 links to the south li of
lot No. 5z, in said plat; thence west along said line a
sufficient distance thM a line running north parallel
with the line of said Smith's land, to the center of the
highway aforesaid, and thence east to the place of be
ginning, shall contain two acres aud sity three rods
of land. Also lot No. 4G. in the town plat of Rrookfiel 1.
Abo, lot No. 3ri in tht Village plat of said Brook he Id,
belonging to said Sarah E. Krrney.
Term made known on the day of sale.
Sept. 19. l-i-Ct Guardian.
THE 1I0ISERY Department. Partic-
X- ular attention is paid to this part of oar business.
Itsdies and gentlemen, hoys and girls, can find almost
anything they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
and Fancy Colors, Cashmere, SUte Brown, Black and
White Cotton Hose, Fancy Striped and Mixed Hall
Him, ar.d a large quantity fur children.
apr J6 E. E. II0YT fc CO.
O0ST0X CLOTHING IIOU;
M-f In the New B'lil linjr, opposite the Democrat Of
fice, Mum Street, Warren, Ohio.
lTLrrT A Bkown have received their Sprinc and
Summer Clothinnd are prepared to exhibit the cheap
est and most desiraWe lot of ctothini; ever ofiVred in
this market, consisting of all the varieties of Coats,
r'rocis. l'antn. Vest, sj-e.. of the litest styles. Also,
110YS' CliUTHINO, H ATS and 0 Al'S. and a full sloclc
(jKNTI.K.MKNS' Fl'KMSIIINrt HOID. A larne
stock of Broadcloths, Cassimeres and Venires, of rich
and durable quality. All trho wih lo purchase Clith
inl. made to order, are resjiectfully invited to exaioine
our (roods, and learn the prices, Lefore purchasing, as
we fCel cone lent wecanuot he he.ten in quality, price,
style or workmanship.
CARD. The Pmprieters return their sincere thanks
the people of Warren .11 d vicinity, for the irenerous
naironan hitherto awanled them. and reiecirul!y ask;
for a continuance. P- T. llAliTl.fcTT,
Warren.JuneW, 1H53. 1. W. IliluvVN.
Is herel.v eivea. Uiat Eliiallh Spencer, hy her
ueat friend, has this d.iy tiled her p.'ti:ion in the Court
Common Plea,of Tumu:l coxtly, Ohiti. against
Tucotiiy Ahlermau, for lirearh of mairaie proinne,
prayinir judgment against him iu the sum of one thou
The aawl Timothy Alderman nv.i-t appear, and answer
sa4 petition hy the al d ly of Noveio'.er next, or the
saiwe aifi te taken a con:.-sod and juameHt rcn-icr-
i;- ?llliirr a 11 1 t hr..
Ast. 31," lJS.-SepU S Ot Ally's for Petitioner.
HORSE CARDS, Curry anil Mane
Cnm.. lrrhrti. Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper,
fry . Boor Mam. Alieant Mitts. at
Jan, I. raruH aluv .-
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
V. I.IOt-fiajR for JleAieina! mrrnw. and mi 4 to be
lie best in town, at Kay ! j PORT KR It Co.'s.
NEWARK VARNISH Honch and
tVirniture, srirranted cxira fnli'.r. t -r r 1'r ly
auj.C3 . B. A. 5MITUeiCi.
T ATE FROM THE FR0NTIFR ! INTERIOR TOWNS all HEARD FROM
-LJ UKGK MAJORITY FOIl THE "TALL BIUCK."
PACKARD & BARNUM,
Encouraae1 hy their larje and iucreasint; sn'.es, notwithstanding the hard times, scarcity and hich prices and
in anticipation "f the ' good uioe coming." have jmrchased and are now receiving at their mammoth Uardwar,
Store, a lai er stock of
Hirdw.rr, tsrrincc Trimmin. Iron, Paints, Class. Varnish and luley Sill Saws,
than have ever heen hrouiht into -Old Tru.ir.ull. Long experience, a perfect acquaintance with the manu
facturers of me eastern states, and eouuexiou with an Irou Mill ia this vicinity, enables as to oner great
inducements to ail wishing to purchase goods in our line.
All peuple 1 11 general, mechanics ami uuumfaelurer ia particular, farmers and their wire and children are
invited to ca.l and look lhru,(:i the stock. The want, of the entire community hav, been looked to, without
umtitictton of e-iyr, size, (tersonal apnearanee nr (jolitirs.
To our friends in the liUtitiV J i I S I N KiiS, we are prepared to exhibit an rXCSCAL PILE of
everything that can he u.d 111, ou, or al.oiit a onggv.
MechaiiK. aishing t replenish their sroCt OF T'KLS, will do well to call and examine our stock of
,,,... 1 '". liaimoers. Stocks and Dies, ate., which are Dot surpassed by any estahlishownt in Ohio.
li.llSK rUOIMLNOS .NKW AN D DBSlRAWLg STYLKS, a laree an.l splJnT,fl lawrtmenT.
OU14 IRON DEPARTMENT
L'J:XTiz 8ioe "mda,b,
ev.e?' n"i "rdu ulry" EBgUS" GU " ' P"
nRciceci!.er ti.e pir.ee. and call at lie -Tall Brick," Main street. Warren, Ohio.
September 0, If -u. PACKARD . BAR.NTM. Proprietora.
1)R0CLAMATI0N EXTRA! GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES !
L TO THE PEOPLE OF TBUMBl'LL AN D ADJOIN JNO COUNTIES, -ho hav. extended so HSal d
generous a pstronige to me during the six years past, in wh,.-h periud of time it ha., been my good frnTn" t.
f..rui a.ai,y ac.juiirunces. make many frienas v. hose fnen.Uhip and kindnea. will ever be remembered with th.
most plenum .-motieu. Time, in its onward Bight, brines uiiy changes. Six y" rs a-7d thTcTolhin!
Um;,a iu Old Trumbull was in iu infancy, and your huml le servant was the FIRST Jrioa in th! .Xif
irren. fciarting wiih a determinatiou to aell cheap and detl fairly, he hoped to iHjifd no a traSu would
st. a.lily mcrease and l.ring to his counter, ou the return of each year, the faces of those who were hiTVLu,.
.tthcnr.t. IIK HAS Nor DEKN DISAPPOI.NTtD. A progress almost unparaliSdTn the li Z oMd,
has mart-,1 ihe success of this establishment. Ann Titia Pko. l.m tiox is issnel to inform all who
ot CLOTHING, of any DESCRIPTION, PRICE, QUALITY OR QUANTITY
from a Cotton Shirt to a cart load, can be accommodated on the most advantageous terms
I HAVE LED Tii H VAN. IIRoCtlUT DOWN THE PRICES, CONTROLLED THE Bl'SINEo.) .I.e. h.
eonimencement. S.NDMEAN SO To DO FOR THE FLTIKE. I am now receiving direct from theEaatern
Cities. Ihe LAKliKST bl'OCK OF FALL AND WINTER CLOT III. NO. ever opened L t7?.
sisting in part of the following goods: Heavy and Fine Overcoats, a Urge assortment of all kinds. rTadeVand
qualities: Dresa, Frock, sack and Ilusineas Coats, of all colors, shades and varieties: all kinds of Pants from
the coarsest to the very ll.iest; a splendid assortment of Vesta, consisting of silk velvet, plaid, faner and' plain
s:itin. silk, cashmere. cloth, causimere, Ac .; lou of Furnishing Or.ods, Shirts. Drawesr, Lndershiris. Cr.T.Ls,
liandkerchieis. Collars, frocks and Suspenders. A fine stock of Hats and Caps, which will be sold cheaper than
these articles ever have lieen sold in Trum'.ull County.
A LARGE STOCK OF BOYS' CLOTHING.
I have also a fine and well selected stock of CLOTH?, CASHMERE VESTIN4nri nvygrnTIn .
,he ,,unT. of making up all kinds of custom .work which will be cut and IE Ued S faTon,'"
style, an.l hy the best mechanics in the country. And in oner that community mar bTmeriiiTiimTu
2 from bei"g ,h"ed ,n ,OB,e of "o tTwurl
Good woolen overcaaU from S2.75 upwards. Good woolen suit of cloth coat,
pants, vest and shirt, 5,00. Fine black suit of cloth, consisting of
black coat, black pants and satin vest, $9 00
My stock i- the LAROE3T, BES r SELECTED, and I stand ready to prove it decidedly th. CHEAPEST ever
hmuehl to Trumbull C.lunty. I Oder it for sale. It comes within the wanu and circumstance, of .11 Tohl
buyer in soirch of CLOTH ISO, let me iy. look around.examine the ock. of the H deaTeV. in"his artlcte
then jrivemeacall. It will afford me pleasure to show you through my ewnsive assortmeut and rartJeT 1 i
if I f.iil iu suiting you in q iality or price, the fault will he my own. To my competitors, who so far foreVt tk.
civilities of trade af to indulge in themselves, or peru.it those in their employ to traduce mv th,raffj..j
tempt to injure my reputation hy a resort tc slanderous misrepresentations, and wilful falsehoods. I nave hat
one word lo :ip. It's Ibis: -Slanders, like chickens, come home to roost." Mine's a noble revenre to
the goods-Suying community BETTER GOODS al LOW ER PRICES than CAS or WILL do This DhrfeelSv.
and WILL REDEEM, and be happy to see my old friends, and be pleased to make the acquaintance of new onea
wh-n they can make it convenient to give me a call. Remember 3 doors. Oak Front, 2 doors sooth of the Poit
Office. Noa. 11 and 13. Main Street, Warren, Ohio. Sepl9 J.GOLDSTEIN.
TAXES FOR 1855.
FOR STATE PCRP03E3.
For State Common School Fund, 1 i 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.
C- III mi II on the dollar ; total for State purposes, 3 4-10
mills on the dollar.
FOR COUNTY PURPOSES
For th. General Fund. IV mills on the dollar ; for
Bridge purposes, 6-10 mill on the dollar , for Infirma
rv uuruoses. i ID mill on the dollar : for Road purpo
ses S mill on the dollar ; total for County purposes,
3 0551HII mills on the dollar.
TOWNSUIP, SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND OTHER
TIuMiard : for townshin purposea. "tf mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 7 40 mill ; for school pur
poses, 1-4 mill.
llrookfield ; for township purpoa-a, 1-10 mill ; fur
cemetery purposes, 2 10 mill : for school purposea, 14
ill ; for road mruosea, 4-tu mill.
Hartford : for township purposes, 9-10 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers. 7-40 mill ; for school pur
poses, 4 10 mill ; for road purposes. 1-10 mill ; school
district No. 4, 1 mill.
Vernon ; for building town hall, S mill ; for town
ship purposes. 1-4 mill; for cemetery purposes. 1-10
mill: lor the payment of school teachers, 1 10 mill;
for sch-iol oroses. 2-10 miU.
Kinsman; for township purposes, 3 20 mill; for
school purposes, I 6-10 mills ; school district No. 4. 3
mills ; school district No. 6, 3 mills ; school district
No. 3. J mill.
Liierty : for township purposes, 1-4 mill; for the
payment of school teachers, 1 mill ; for school purpo
ses, 'i mills.
Vienna ; for township purposes, 2-10 miU ; for school
purposes, .14 mill.
Fowler ; for toe payment of school teachers, mill ;
for school purposes. ) mill ; for school district No. 2,
2 a mill.
Johnston ; for township purposes. 3 5 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 1 mill ; for school purpo
Gustavus ; for township purposes, i mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, . mill ; for school purpo
ses, H mill ; forschool district No. 1 13 mills ; school
district No. 2. 1 mill; school district No. 6, 3 mills;
school district No. 7. 1 mill : school district No, 8, 4 3
mill ; school district No, 9, 1 1-10 mills.
Weathersneld ; for township purposes, J mill; for
road purposes. 1-5 mill ; for school purposes, 4 5 mill ;
school district No. 8. 9-10 mill.
llowlan.l ; for township purposes, 3-20 mill ; for the
payment of schoolteachers, 1-4 mill ; for school purpo
ses, 3 iO mill.
B:iaetta ; for the payment of school teachers, 3-10
mill ; for school purposes, mill ; for school district
No. 3, 3 11 20 mills ; for school district No. 8, 3 mills ;
school district No. 7, 1-10 mill.
M.- . en. ot.Ii!v. wirp,et, W 1 ITI tor tile
payment of teachers, 9-10; for school purposea, 3-10
Greene; for the payment of school teachers, 3 5
mill ; for school purposes, 9-20 mill ; for cemetery
purposes, 7-10 mill ; for school district No. 3, iX
Lordstown ; for township purposes, 3 20 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 3-5 mill ; for school purpo
Warren Township ; for the payment of school teach
ers. i mill : for school purposes. 1 mill.
Warren Village ; for Engine-house and Are purposes
1 mill; for general fund, 1 mill; for school purposes in
disti ict No. 1, 1 mill; for purchasing lots aud building
school honses in district No. 1,4 mills.
Champion; for township purposes, 1-10 mill; for road
Brirtol ; for township purposes, 7-20 mill ; for the
payment of school teachers, 3-10 mill; for school pur
poses, 3-5 mill; for school district No. 7,2 mills.
Kloomncld; for school purposes. 7 20 mills.
NVwton ; for township purposes, 3 10 mill; for the
payment of school teachers, 3-5 mill; for school purpo
ses. 3-5 mill. -
Uraceville; for township purposes, 1-5 mill; for the
payment of school teachers, 9-20 mill; for school pur
poses, 2 5 mill.
Souihin-ton; for township purposes, 1-4 mill; for
the ptrmcnt of school teachers, 1-2 mill; for school
district No. 3.910 mill: for school district No. 4, J,
miil: for school district No. 8, 4-5 mill.
Pirmingtou; for township pnrposes, 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, 3 20 mill; for
the payment of school teachers, 3-4 mill: for school
purposes. 1-4 mill; lor school district N o. 5, 1-3 mill.
The Treasurer will attend at the usual plaeesof hold
ing elections, in the following named townships of
Trumbull county, fur the purpose of receiving said tax
es, as follows :
Kinsman. Monday,.. k. October 15
Vernon. Tuesday,.. .............. ...... lo
Hartford. Wcluesday, 17
Hrookfield. Thursday, " 18
Hubbard, Friday " 19
Li'eny, Saturday, 20
Johnitou, Monday 22
Gustavus. Tuesday 23
Greeue, Wednesday....... ....... ...... 24
Mecca. Thursday,...-. .... 25
Itloomtieid, Friday 26
Kristol, Saturday " 27
Newton. Monday,. 29
Farmingu.n, Tuesday,.. M 3
Mesopotamia, Wednesday,.. ........... 31
After which the Treasurer will keep an office In War
ren, for the purpose of receiving taxes until the 20th
day of December, lr55.
frpAll persons who have performed labor on the
highway in discharge of their road tax. will be required
to produce the supervisor'scertincate for the same.
JOHN d. HKZLEP,
Wahiix, 0., Septembers, 185S.
George C. Cook, Plaintiff,
In the Court
9. Britton, Geo. W. Peek. Hiram C. f of Common
Orover, Joseph Brilton, S. S. Skinner, I Pleas for the
8. C. Peck. W. Whitcomn. A. Bell, G. County of
P. Waldo. The Cleveland and Mahon- j Trumbull, and
ing Hail Road Company, Utley 8en I State of Ohio,
cer. Stephen Burnett, Eli Bartholo- I Civil action,
mew. Defendants. J
S. Britton, G. W. Peck, Hiram C. Grorer, S. 8. Skin
ner. S. C. Peek. W. Whilcomb, A. Bell. O. P. Waldo
and Utley Sjiencer, party defendants, non-resident of
the State of Ohio, are hereby nottnel mat on tne rtn
da of September, A D 155, the plaintiff filed his peti
tion ataiust the defendants in said Court, alleging
that the defendants. S Britton, Geo W. Peck. Joseph
W. Britton and Utley Silencer, under the firm of Brit
ton, Peck it Company, are indebted to him on their
promissory note, iu the sum of one thousand four hun
lred and seventy-six dollars- and thirty-nine cents,
with interest from the luth day of August A D Ir54. at
the rate of ten per cent. Plaint. J further alleges,
tint Britfon, Peck 4t Co., as collateral security for the
payment of said note, wilh the assent of U. C. Gruver,
a member of the firm of Britton, Peck.Grover ss Com
pany, on the said 19tb day of August, 1354, assigned
to said Geo. C. Cook, plaintiff, three thousand dollars
of the stdck of the Cleveland A Mnhoning Kail Road
Company, said stock being included in a final settle
ment for work done uuder a contract between said R.
R. Company and Urilton. Peck, Grover dc Company.
The PliintiS farther alleges in said petition, that
aai.l S O. Peck. S.S. Skinner. W. Wbitcomb, A. Bell and
G. P. Waldo, who claimed an interest in said stock on
Kai.l 13th day of August, li-54. released their claim to
said stock, and consented to the transfer thereof.
Petitioner further alleges that said B. R. Company
oe said stock lo said Britton. Peck, Orover k. Co. aud
that his claim is prior to the claims of these defend
ant", who have garnished said Rail Road Company.
T'le Plaintiff will take judgement by default against
said Britton, Prck Ac Co., for 31.4:6 30, with interest
from ihe l'Jth d ij-of August. If it, at the rate of ten
per cent., and ohtain a decree against said Rail Road
Comiwny to deliver said stock to said plaintiff, accord
ing to the terms of said assignment, unless said defen
dant, who are non-residents, answer said Petition by
the l.;th day of November, '853.
j. & u. 11. nuTcniNS,
S'.-Itesl-CT 19. lc'55-6t
Alt ys for Plaintiff.
1L0WS, PLOWS. We are now ma
kin; and keep constantly 03 hand the following
Long's No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4. do do
Star, do do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
lrpaired ou abort notice.
J.E- MORLEY ACo.
OUT IN WHEAT EARLY.
1. Farmers! now is the t'm to prepare laud for
wheat. D .nt Target the lessons of the past tao years.
Remember that earl sown wheat g-eraily escapes the
rust and the rii.'ge worm, (weevil ) We know some
farmers who intenl to sow all their wheat bef.re the
last of this n.onlb. Aagnst. See to .t alo that the land
deeply plowed aud well drained, then the crop will
be ready to witl.snd either a dry or a wet Season.
Now is the Um to secure one o, 1. .vr.-r w
Mlchiu Duule, r uo ioil rioa. auj
STAND NOT UPON THE ORDER
OF YOCR GOING, BUT GO AT ONCE II
To DUN LAP, STEWART It RE ED'S, and examine their
splendid stock of Goods, which are daily arriving br
the boat load.
The facilities which our firm now possess, (one of th
firm being constantly in the eastern cities, thus being
able to take advantage of the market,) are not equalled
by any house in Ohio. We call the attention of saer
chauta and the public generally to the foll.win. lit nt
articles, which, having been purchased before the great
rise in prices, we ar enabled to offer at New Xork
' hhds. P. K. Sugar; 25 bbls. Mackerel;
10 bbls. Stuart's Ret do. 1(10 boxes Herring:
C. C. do do. 1000 sacks Dairy Salt:
25 " JIol
so butts Chew g Tobacco;
25 boxes do do
SOlrtj doa. Cut and Dry do,
1000 " Smoking do.
100 lbs. No. 1 Nutmegs;
200 - Indigo;
S bbls. 8. C. Soda;
3 Cream Tartar;
5116 " Calao Liquoric;
50 mats Cassia;
20 boxes Ground Pepper;
25 doa. Pepper Sance;
50 six lb. cans Mustard;
50 doa. lb. cans do.
100 M Cigars, all grades;
15 " Syrup;
150 bags Rio Coffee;
30 mats Java do.
loo chests Green Tea;
50 caddies do do
10 chests Black do
20 cadities do do
200 lbs Wrapping Twine;
2i'l lbs Alspiee;
5110 lbs Pepper;
500 lbs Braxil Nuts;
5b0 114 Eng. Walnuts;
ll0 lbs Hard Almonds: '
10110 lbs Soft do
100 bushels Pea Nuts
aou oaxes Raisins;
doi Transparent Soan: 100 Pfdkm
100 Transparent Bars; 50 bbls Piitab'g Crackers;
100 boxes Rosin Soap; 50 boxes Soda Biscuit;
10 - Castile do. 200 doa. Blacking:
20 " Variegated do. 50 " Blacking Brushes;
And the best assortment of UTANKEE NOTIONS" ever
brought to this market, which will be sold at prices
wnicn deiy competition, we care not from what quarter
it comes. Merchants particularly are invited to giro
us a call. Remember the place.
DUN LAP. STEWART ek REED,
No. 4 and 5, Market at. Warren.
September 26, 1855.
GUARDIAN'S SALE of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order of th Probst Court of
Trumhull County, Ohio, I will, on the 23d day of Octo
ber. 1C55, between th hours of 10 ocloei A M and 4 P
M, at the dwelling house an th premises, in Brace
ville, said county, expose to sale at public vendue, th
farm, known commonly as th Anna Griswold farm;
situate in Braceville township, Trumbull eounty,0hio,
known by part of sections Nos. 13, 14 and 17, bounded,
beginning at a post in the south east corner of section
13, thence south along Ihe west line of section 17 about
44 chains 25 links to centre of Mahoning River; thenc
down the river, ia the centre, th several courses there
of, to the S W corner of a lot deeded to David Hum
phrey, thence N 24 W, 33 chains 25 links to post stan
ding in the corner of a field; thence N 3 0 W 8 chain
ft. eh. meh Hns wf the road ; thcuce S PO W along th
south side of the road, 16 chains and 45 links to a post;
thence north, by a line ran from the loath side of th
road, 14 chains 12 links ton post; thenc S 80" W by a
line run 15 chains to a post in the east line of section
13: thence south along said east line 7.87 links to a
post: thence west 4 chains to a post; thence south 13.
50 links to post i nth south Una of section 13: thenc
east along the said south line, 4 chains, to the first
bound, containing 200 acres, mors or less, excepting
therefrom, about 5 acres, lyiog on south side of main
road, conveyed hy Anna Griswold to V. E. Stow and
others, where the steam saw mill is located.
The land will be sold all together, or in panel to
suit purchasers. About one-third to be cash down, and
balance on time of one and two. or more years. Term
particularly stated on day of sale, at the oremises.
Persons desirous of purchasing a valuable farm near
the centre of Braceville. would do well to examine th
farm. AMOS WARNER. Guardian
Sept. 19. 1855-tt of Orra B. Griswold.
'FHE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
J. We are now making this celebrated Plow. The
who have tried it, say it eurpassess any ether kind of
plow in use. Several premium, have been awarded It
at State and County Fairs. J. R. M0KLEX 4t Co.
Sep 19 '5
7HAT YOU WILL FIND at the
NEW LYME WATER-CURE.
Large and commodious buildings pur spring 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, address t. KEB, M. D.,
July 18, lJ35-6m New Lyme, 0.
A RE YOU INSURED ?
-A JL If not, apply to the .Etna Agency, In Warren
me oldest, sarest, and best company in th country,
with a cash capital of "00,0110. Prompt in business.
and equitable in adjusting losses.
narren, ang i-u J. o. WATSua, Agent.
FOSGATE'S ANODYNE CORDIAL,
a eelehrmted and popaUr remedy for Sammer Com
plaint ; the genuine for ale by
au-r-'.-y b. a. ssitu k uu.
SHOT GUNS. Best Stubb fc Twist
dbL brL shot guns, at A. L. MORLEY'S.
FENCE PALINGS We keep on hand
a rood stock of Feneo Palinrs ready for tue, which
we can aell cheap. They make tne nicest fence for the
le?t money, that U now made rery fashionable too.
June 6, lcittf. SPEAR SON.
LAND WARRANTS WANTED!
AO persons having Land Warrants to sell, can
obtain the highest market price for them by calling on
tne subscriber, at the l estern Reserve Hank.
July 25-tf J. a. EDWARDS.
7 ANTED! 20,000 ACRES!
v T Twenty thousand acres In Land Warrants wan
ted for immediate use. High prices paid in cash, on
delivery, by J. K. BURNHAM,
At the office of the Probate Court, Warren, O.
VTAIL RODS, S weeds Iron, Cultivate
IA Teeth, Anvils and Yiees, at
jel3 A. L. MQBLEY'g.
EDICAL WORKS ! Meig's Ob-
stetics ; Dunglisane Dictionary ; Wilson's
Anatomy ; Uruitt's Surgery ; Calombals on Vtseaisea
of Females; Carpenter's Physiolotry ; Griffith Medi
aal Botany: tiroes' Fathologicel Aiiatomy ; Stille's do
ei Dep 19 BALDWIN'S.
John 6. North, Plaintiff, 1 In the Coort of
vs. 1 Common Plea of
James II. Kibee and Lauren T. f Trnmhnll County .0.
.Herriam Defendants. J Ciyil Actio.
Lauren T. Jblerriam, one of the defendants, a non
resident of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified, t:tat on
the td day of Autrut, A. D. nXt, the Plaintiff filed hia
petition against the defendant in said Coort, alleging
that the defendant are indebted to him on the promis
sory note of said James li. Kibbee, as makee, and the
said Lauren T. Merriam and the said James H. Kibbee.
under the tirm of Meiriam H Co, as indorsers, in the
sum of one thousand dollars, with interest from May
1-tUi, Icjj, at tho rate of seven per eent. per annum :
said note dated January 1 Uh. 1H06, payable at the Cora
Kxchanpre Bank, New Vork, four months after ilate.
The plaintiff will take juJrmeut by default agninst
said Lauren T. Merriam. for the sum and interest as
aforesaid, unless he answers by the 13th day of Octo
ber, A D. l?x.
J. dc L. U. llL TCUlS
Aug. 23, Ir53.-Ct 4it'js for ITiT.
Rufus Bern ail.
the District Court
James C. fiishop. Executor of for Trnmbull Couuty,
Kbeneier U. tlibc..n4 nil-I unio. silliw
liaoj O Alexander. J Cb,.( ii.
The said William U. Alexander is notified that th
said Rufus Bt'iaau has filed in said Court his petition
to review the decree rendered in the Supren foort ia
and for said ounty. at the August term. A. D. IfSO, in
the cause ten pending in said Court, of .said Rnfu
Beioju aeaiurl said KXiieier 41. B.shop and said VTil
ham il. Alexander. The said William t. Alexander
must appear au.l answer or demur, to said petition
within sixty days from the third day of Octobtr, 1855,
or the same will, as to him, le taken as confessed.
By aCTLIr-ir TL'TTLK,
aas; 33-6t Solicitors for Complt.
STRIKE NOW, WHILE THE IRON
IS HOT! A RARE CHANCE FOR A BAROAIX
can be hail by applying t immediately, as I wish to re
Vet by the middle or epUniber,tostay a ew mouths,
I want to eell my buitdm on the east side of Main St.,
all my Groceries now on hand, and sou. Guns and ttoa
Fixtures, together with Gunsmith Tools, aud will offer
th.i at a bargain for the sake of closing out. Also, ft
Building lot on the West side of Wain street. SO feet
front by "u feet deep a pood location for business.
Call soon, and look al said property, If jrou wish I
Warren, August P, 1S5J.
Morley dc Co-, are now able to supply Mil
lers ad oth!r with a new corn cracker, too best in
uaa. ao 15
IXU-N IINO. C. C. McNutt, Houte.
Sign and Ornamental Painter, Alain aire t, (ore.-Cold-stein's
C.othinc nturej Warren, 0. lry and
ground sine for sais. ag 15.
THE GREAT DISCUSSION Be
twees Rav. Isaac Zanrrr, and Josl Tirravr,
&... will be published onto 1st of September, by
OliO.ADAlld .Warren, O.
This book will he a large 8 mo. voL of over s) p.
ges, closely printed and weQ bound. It will b ane of
the cheapest books, for 15, that w hav ever sold.
Ther will be, of this edition, but one thousand eo
pie printed ; it would be advisable, therefore, for thos
who would be sure of a copy, to leave or send in their
names, so they may be o. out list before we supply th
demand for th book from nearly (very county is tht
stale, as well as from numerous locaiitiea is th adja
cent states. Names can h left at
sug i ADAMS' BOOKSTORIi.
By rirtue of a rend! to me directed and delivered,
issued oat of the Coort of Common Plea, of Train bull
County. Ohio, by the Clerk thereof, 1 have levied on,
mod shall expose to public sale, at the store rootns of
James U. Kibbee, in Warren, in said County, on Thurs
day, the 4 -t day of October, A. D. kro, between the
hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said
dav, the following described property, via : 43 yards
ticking ; l"i",!i yards eassimere ; ya-ds satin at
ass'd ; 10 pieces 5J2 3 yards carpeting ; 3 piece tnat
tin 48 yards ; 39 pieces 676 yards prints ; 2ri pair
pants ass'd ; wool overcoat ; 16 frock coats ass'd ;
4 sack coats do. ; 13 pieces 3?5 yards insertion ; 14
fancy watch chains ; 16 gold breast pins ; 1 plated do.;
?9 part piecea aaa'd ribbons, 2U yards , &-13 doc.
wadding; 4 pieces 140 yards cheese sapping ; 23
yards white flannel ; 5 yards wiggins ; y'ds red pad
ding ; 9 pieces, S Tds d.aper ; 5 yds nankeen ; 9
?ieces24yds plaid linsey ; 19 y'ds Turkey-red points;
S yds fig'd velvet ; 4 pieces 6r yds. glazed muslin ;
6 boxes artincials ; 16 bonnet lining ; 18 tabs ; rign
letts ; 3 ostrich feathers ; 4 pair Ladies gloves ; 10 pair
chiidrens' hose ; 4 pair do.; 30 pair ladies' mitts ; 29
pair chiidrens hose ; 7 pair gloves ; 44 yds. anion
linen ; a lot of areas buttons in box ; 10 pieces carpet
binding ; 1 box wood button ; 96 lbs. carpet yarn,
ass'd ; ISO lbs. cotton do. ; 31 looking glasses, ass'd ;
3,'i yds. dimity ; 8 palm leaf hats ; t benches tel
beads ; 3 gents. breast pins ; 1 pair gent 'a white kid
gloves ; 1 pin and ear drop ; 3 shirt stnds , 1 pur ear
drops ; II gold pens ; 6 do.; 1 pair silver spectacles ;
1 pair plated do.; 9 pair common do. dunaged : 15 pair
kid gloves, ass'd ; S neck combs ; 2 show rases ; 2
clock ; 9 bnncnes window cord ; 1 silk parasoU ;
yds. black crape ; 131 shelf boxes ; 8 pair men's gloves:
0 mulberry platters ; 3 edgd do. ; 4 fancy do, ass'd :
2 blue platters ; 90 do., ass'd ; 1 blue wash bowl and
pitcher ; 1 fancy do. ; 74 mulberry plates ; 35 fancy
plates, assM ; 13 pickle dishes ; 6 mulberry bowls ; 3
ma I berry teapots and creamers ; fancy pitchers ; 0
nmlberry do. ; 8 set teapots, sugar and creamers ; 1
bine sntrar bowl ; 15 bine pitchers, ass'd sixes ; 94 blue
bowls, ass'd do. ; 6 earthern butter tabs ; 4 tarroene ;
5 common bowls ; 6 blue bakers ; 230 blue pbuea. ass'd;
17 sauce plates ; 5-19 doa. cups and saucers ; saucers;
30 cup plates, ass'd ; 4 bowls ; 1 c teapot ; 1 col'd do ;
8 do. c ; 3 set Jeep blue teapots, sugars and creamers ;
S bine pitchers ; 4 bine creamers , lf3 deep bine plates ;
3 dox. Ueep torn cup plates; iu eagea cup plates ; i e
chamber; 1 e pitcher; 1 box ass'd ribbons; 9 part
pieces border paper ; 1 boys' fancy hat ; 4 yds. moos
de laine; about 69 lbs, tobacco; T lbs. do.; 26 lbs.
y. h. tea; 13 lb, do.; 9d pieces ass'd wall par or; Id
part pieces do. ; 3 qr. boxes raisins ; about 9 bushels
flaxseed ; 1 scoop shovel ; 5 lb, wool ; about 600 ft.
seasoned lumber ; 99 floor barrels ; 1 peck measure;
1 dung fork ; 1 piece cable chain ; 9 11-19 doa. brooms;
90 lbs. starch ; 1 cane basket ; 9 wash tubs; 1 shovel;
9 cradle scythes ; 3 returned grass scythes ; aooot 18
lbs. rope ; 1 set large scales and weights ; about 3
reams wrapping paper ; 4 globe lamps ; 1 large stone
pitcher ; 1 letter press ; 1 counter brush ; 2 feather
brushes ; 195 cheese boxes ; 10 half boxes 6 by 10 glass;
16 butter firkins ; I set platform scales and weights ;
1 30 gL oil can ; 17 bonnet crowns ; 2 pairs show boys;
2 hair eombo ; 3 bunks ; 1 large goods stand ; 4 do.; 1
metal Inkstand 1 common store table ; 3 stools ;
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 A Paul against William
W. Collins and others.
H. B. HAHMO. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Warren. August 2Sd kt55.-7.--12, 12 X
SALK OF REAL ESTATE by order
of Court--In obedience to an order of sale issued
by the Probate Court of Trumbull County, Ohio, on the
31st of August, A D. 1655, and to me directed, I will
offer for sale to the highest bidder, on the th day of
October, A. D. 1655, between the hours of 10 o'clock A.
M. and 3 o clock P. M. of said day, the following do
scribed lands, as the property of Ssra Curtis, deceased,
situate in Farmington township, county of Trnmbull.
and state of Ohio, and known as being eighty four acres
of land in lots Nos. 93 and 23 in said township of Farm-
Ington, and more fully described as being the boms
stead late occupied by said Ezra Curtis, deceased.
Also one ether piece of thirteen acres hi Lot No.
twenty-one (21) in said township of Parminftoa. The
sale to be on the premises.
The above described lands are encumbered with
dower, and appraised at $1,600, subject to dower.
Terms of sale, one-haH in hand; balance in one and
two years. CHAUNCEY TAFT,
dm"r or Kara Curus, Sec eased.
J. M. Stcu. Att'y for Adm'r. sep5-4w
EW WHOLESALE READY-
MADS CLOTHING WA&BHOUSS.
HA MPT OX k CAMPBELL,
Of tht firm f Hmrnptmn, Wilam 4 Cs.J
No. 3, Third street, between Wood and Market,
Are now receiving their stock of Pall and Winter
Goods, to which they call the attention of Wttm
Mrtkt. Among their assortment will be found
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING, of every possible des
cription ; also Troy and Hartford Shirts and Collars,
Wool, Merino and Cotton Undershirts and Drawers.
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery, Sus
penders. Cravats, Neck Ties. Stocks, Gloves, Ac. Al
so, a general assortment of INDIA RUBBER GOODS.
We intend this stock shall always be one of the largest,
the best furnished, and the most beautiful and complete)
to be found in the United States. Our connection with
one of the largest booses in Massachusetts, where the
utmost care has been bestowed in their manufacture,
gives ns advantages which will enable us to sell Goods
at Bastern Jobbers prices, which we are determined to
do ; and also enables as to offer a greater variety Goods
to our customers than has hitherto been found in thin
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all buyers
visiting this city The orders of our customers shall
be promptly and satisfactorily filled on terms ss liberal
as by any other house ia the country.
8ept5-5w. HAMPTON & CAMPBELL.
SELLING OFF AT COST!! w
S. T. POME ROY, being compelled by ill S
health to close his business for the present,
will sell, for a few weeks from date, his entire c
stock of PIANO FORTES, MEL0DE0NS. GUITAR?,
SHEET MU6IC,and Musical Merchudiae of all de
scriptions, AT COST!
Sheet Music will be sold to those purchasing or or
dering by mail, to the amount of $1,00 and over, at half
the usual price.
Among the stock of Musical Instruments to bo sold,
will be fooud a fine assortment of Flutes, Flutinas,
ccordeons. Banjos, Violins and Bass Viols. Also
Instruction Books for all instrument.
His Pianos and Melodeona are of the finest quality of
tone and finish. A few second hand Pianos and Meis)
deons will be sold very low.
The subscriber flatters himself, from the extent of
his sales in this place and vicinity, for the past three)
years, that the reputation of the Inetiuments kept by
him, ia too well established 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
find it greatly to their advantage to call at this ttme.
August 6th, 1655. S. 7- POMBB0Y.
DELANO'S INDEPENDENT Hobm
The subscribers are now prepared to ssunisictoTO 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.
CKOWELL'S THERMOM ETR CHURN, the best ia
use, and PROVISION SAFES, which no family should
oe w ten out. rurnisned at low prices All kinds of soon
work. Sawing, Planing, Turning, dm done promptly
and in good style.
GILMORE'S PATENT BEE H0CS8, Hive and Re
ceipt for feeding. Ws are also agents for the above,
and are ready to manufacture them, and dispose of town
ship or individual rights.
Call at the NOVELTY WORKS. West side Mahoning
river. Warren, Ohio-
Ang fr-tf MESSENGER St TIMMERMAN.
By virtue of an execution, to me directed and de
livered. Issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of
Trnmbull County. Ohio, y the Clerk thereof, X have
levied on. and ahaM expose to public sate. at the door
of the Court Iloase in Warren, in said County, on oat
unlay, the 13th dav of October, A. D. 1655, between the
hours of 10 o'clcck, A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said
day. the following tract or lot of land : Situate in
Hartford Township, Trumbull county aforesaid, being
part of lot No. 95, and bounded and described as fol
lows, vis : on the east by the north and south center
road In said Hartford ; on the north by lands deeded
to Sally Woodford ; on the west and south by lands of
Edward Brockway ; containing one-naif acre of land.
To be sold at the suit of Norman B, Austin against
weodiord and Laos. Appraised at ou.
H. K. HAKMON, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Warm, Sept. 13, lti55.-5t
SHERIFF'S SALE. : "
iO By virtue of an alias or order of sals issued out
of the Court of Common Picas of Trumbull Couuty,
Ohio, by the Clerk thereof, to me directed and delivered,
I have levied on and shall expose to public sale, as
upon ccecntion at law, at the door of the Court Hoosw
in Warren, in said County, on Saturday, the 13th day
of October, A. D. 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'cloek P. M. of amid day, (on decree mads
at the June term of amid Court, A. D. 1&5,) the follow
ing described real estate, to wit : About one aero of
land in quantity, bounded -north by the public square;
east by the north and south road, east of the creek in
the township of Mecca, in Trumbull County ; aud south
aud west by lands of John Boon, and known as the
Store House lot of James S. Abell, in Mecca. To bo
sold at the suit of William Barns against James 8.
Abell, i. Appraised at f30U0 01.
H. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Warren. Sept. 13, 185i.-5t
STATE OF OHIO, County of Trura
bolL Samuel Quinby, Executor at
Calvin i. Sutuff.
E. Norton Lowry and Eras- I
tos Granger. )
The defen lant, K. Norton Lowry. is hereby notified,
that on the 3d day of September, k-55, Jedediah Fitch,
Justice of the Peace, of Warren township, in said
County and State, issued against said Lowry S goods
chattels, monies and credit, at the instance of said
Plaintiff an Order of Attachment, for $35,1) and
$11-36 interest. eid cause having been eoiitinued
will be heard on the KHh dsv of October. 155. at 8
o'clock A. M. By ALBKKI PERRY, P Ill's AUy.
Sept. I a, k-3w.
Cowjmon plea of TrumbaH Conty, Ohio.
Jeremiah Church, V Ciril A.tion. AUaclinwnt.
William ChnrcB, and I
II. K. Harmon, defi'sj
Jeremiah Orach, on. of the defendants, and s
non-resiIents of th Slats M Ouio, i bcrebj no
tified, that on the 5th daw of rteplesaoer A. l. Ir-aSt
th Plaintiff filed1 his petition a?xnst ti.e defen
dants, in said wart, nfles-ius; thai th 4fen.tnt
an Indebted to bun in the sum of S with iutere
from Jul 1st, Ir&i, with d percent. pnai and cos
of a protest for Money paid bjr plain!:?, to the l'.rta
County Branch Hank, at Harenna, In Said Portage Co.,
Ohio, for said detendanu.
Th plaintlJ.wiU lak J-insuent by dfraslt sr.ten
said Jeremiah Church for tho sum and intersri ai:d pe
nalty as aforesaid, unles atnw jf by the 3d day of
SoYemoer, A. I. Ir.
J. A. V. U. ULTCiitNS, Auy ' fcr fuu:i
Sept. U, '35-6.
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