Newspaper Page Text
Xr.v -..... ..--.-. .
, : " "'.
2C-b if v i'l.wlt
Uf: :-iZ, .V-'rfrMow.
mntlf- in i, ..
One sipt-tre t v
'.I.:r.-- :.ra.ic are paid
i,f j. Ii
. ... . eyi
........ 4 im
..... w "
.. ... "0
" --r . . . ..
Tiro sin- . Jr. I - ... . --
- " tn;r - - ..
One fowrth oa . . ivn.. :.' -e. i -.tiths.-..
" tn:tv yfr
Oae-ha f of a co'.d!., l-,ir--f eior.t-. ...
" :.; ,ir. .......
One olmn, t'. re mMiths. ........
- cr.e v.ar.4-.
idrfrMa r.r.le ':.artM r..r ?be vaar. at Bl.f vcr line.
rr3Anrer'fc( .h.;' I martee-l Ihe number of
times tn he ins-rtf.l "v-:e ;vMl he continued
until erdercl ..n'.a"- rVir'l fv at th' above rate.
""TCt-anai j-!r'ini'jiit't h- paid for when Kind
..I -tx i . K dy enlstn
t'H i'tlVTTXO. "
Harlna-a r.:-T 'P a.s..-tmen' --f 3o Printinr mate
rial, we are n i 1 tt. t .?C.IU Tie best manner, ,11
kinds otpWr r. i :v ii.nk 1 .'oh Vrintinc,
Address Cm" Vri'ri.' ites. !'.,
fiulinw .. B- k. . Manifests,
Bank 0h(w- i ' ;?" ;-k'.4:s. Notes.
Bi'isof ladf l n-.,r-. p-ramee.
Rail Tic'tet-. ! S. H-cer-
Blank, all - H lt . Show '' -
In fait r. (o- v. t- hie of Printing, at
prlcea aant r it, : ,it.ai.ii th ihe (rreateafiia
pAtrh. W- . ir -" vi' Sr1 o-l aasortaaant
f Car an i n - Sun rr i -..a which thoae in ant
f Printint rv -It"'''
1 ' Jiin'iMwi' RlHDkK, .
wt 1 r.z it ini cl at. v deeds
at,JB74. KXiCJL'T.PM. lil BMHI. tTlC
CtuKaiU'T oa liauvl and for aale.
" As will bv set-n by an ordinftnce in
another column, he first sU-ps toward
lighting our towu kh G, huve been
taken. Titeiv aie few towns of the sue
of WarTcii. wl-ion re e favorably situa
ted. fr beiti IL-htod bv Gas. The
torn 19 compactly built, water is at a
convenient distance coal and lime are
plenty and cheap. An effort was made
to form a as Company here some tw?
years since, by a few individuals. A
charter was obtaiued, and about four
thousand dollars eubscribed. - As few
seemed to take any interest in the matter,
and those. esp-c'mlly, who had the most
property to be bene 6 :e J by such an im
provement, refused to ike stock, the
subject was dropped As there is - carce
ly a shadow of doubt of the profitable
natuie of an investment in he slock of a
well managed G.-ts Compsny, under Mich
favorable circumstances as this town is
placed, we had hoped that our own citi
zens would have taken the initiative
matter, and sei-urea the profits to them
selves. Bet, we are glad to hare the
impiovemen; upon any terms, and wish
the project abundant success.
Cleveland and Mahoning Rail Road.
This important work progresses stead
ily. 'The track is now laid from tbi
town, to Mantua, a distance, of about
twenty miles. Wh n the track is laid to
section No in Mantua, it is the inten
tion of Messrs. aly fe Co., (who have
the contract for this part of the work.) to
draw off their fcrce from this end of the
line, and eo-'-mence laying the iron at
Cleveland. This will "be done, on ac
count of the grading being unfinished,
on two sections of heavy work. :
'....The road will probxbly be finished
from " Cleveland to this place, a bout
the first of January, and to Youngstown
early in the ntxi season, and to -the
Pennsylvank line, before its close. - A
part of the r.in lor the Irn Bridge, over
the Mahoning a; tni town, has arrived,
and the Brittle will" be erected in a very
A con ven ion ws s tie Id on toe Saturday
evening previous to the election, to nom
inate a candidate, for Justice of the
Peace." Mr. UcMPuKir Hi.asii, received
33 votes, and Jjcdsdiab b itch, Esq., 24
Totes. Mr Harsh w declared duly
nominated. Ou Momlay it was ascer
tained that .Mi. Fitch wished to be a
candidate, Mr. IIaru with a manly gen-
emsiiy nigniy crtJiiHDi to mm, voiun-
tarilly withdrew his name, and suffered
Mr. Fitch to have the course entirely to
himself. In consideraiin of the age,
and circumstances of Mr. F.and the sat
isfactory manner in which he hid here
tofore filled he office, he was unani
--' Th Laities' Rent-ii .inn nir.l Kinrr
'Straightened tor means to su ply the
wants of many suiiering poor, wno look
to them for t;e!p, bi.pcul to the cliariia-:
I , Tl v . r .l-
lor aid. A Duuauon Party for this
i. , , r, n i,
purpose win oc givtu at tue empire nan
on the evening ot Wednesday the 25. b
insL, when ail Ooundonb will be thank
fully reccuej. By urder of i he Society.
FLORILLA W. STULL, Secretary.
Pittsburg Cheese Warehouse
IlxNkr ti. Coluss, Eq., No. i5
Wood6treet, l'iitburg whose card may
be found in another coinnn, offers to
k r ,i,. a . n .
BUVU VI USUI 1UCU U& UUI WUUIT,
J . J'
as wish to s'.iio their products to Pius-
at um w y '"
burg, on tiieir own atcouLi, a favora
Mr. Coixix s House, has been etab
lished several years, aiid is of good stan
ding. Reference is made to Smiths &
McCombs, ot this place.'
Prof. Day on the Polar System.
'it will be betb, by au advertisement
published this week, that Prof. A. L. C.
Pat purpos delivering a be lies uf Lec
tures ori this and kindred topics, at Em
pire Hall. The Prof, having made po
lar atlractiou a ruhject of thorough in
vestigation, U prepared to make the tub
ject as clear as light.
Large Yield of Apples from One Tree.
Thirty-six ou-l.eis 01" apples have been
gathered from, one Apple Tree on the
grounds of Wm. a. Woodrow, Esq., in
this town. Tii re had been two varie
ties, the Gate aii the Spilzenbergn,
engrailed uiun iv. and it produced both
kiBds. . .
Will be at ihe Gaskill House. Monday,
Oct 22d. A this i- the last appoint
ment the Doctor will make in this place
for some time, his patients, at d others
wishing to consurt hiai. should not fail
to attend..'" ' " "H ,
LIST OF PREMIUMS,
Awarded at the Ohio and Pennsylvania
Horse Exhibition, held at Salem, Ohio
Horse Exhibition, held at Salem, Ohio 1855.
D ii A FT STALLIONS.
it. Sidi Unmet Owned bv K. Phil-..-.
"lMip!t, SHbm. 0. 21. Canadian North
. B ar A. " I Stl, oHtem.
DRAi r MARES
1st. J-i"ol Miller, Salem. 21. S-imp-
;s! mm I'i.iilin-. G.iier., 1 1.
DKAl T GL.LU1NGS.
1st. Barney Dr. J. T. Updegraff,
JJt. I leasant, 0.
MAKES WITH FOAL BY SI!'E.
1st. Lindley Cope, Jefferson ''., 0.
2J. CVdunibiana C. II. Corn well, Sa
lem. SUCKING COLTS.
1st. M. II Brown, BloomfielJ, 0. 2d.
J. S. Clute, IUienna, O.
ONE YEAR OLD COLTS.
1st. Omar C. H. Com well, Salem.
TWO YEAR OLD COLTS.
Of Stallions, two yeaisold, the Com-
rtittee were unable to decide between
Know Nothing owed by C. II. Corn
well, and Tom Renton owned by N
Andrews, Youngstown, O.. but report
that both were worthy of first Premi
TWO YEAR OLD GELDINGS.
1st. Charley John Masters, Goshen,
0. 2d. Frank W, Cook, Salem.
TWO YEAR OLD FILLIES.
1st,- Filly David Scofield, Salem.
2d. Filly J. C. Bl.ckburn, Salem. .
PACING HORSES AND MARES.
1st. Jim John Campbell, North
Georgetown. 0. 2d. Billy J. F. Her
. ROADSTERS UNDER SIX.
Gtlding$UL AYhalebone-'-W. R.
Sterling, Beaver Co., Pa. 2d. Bainey
Dr. J. T. Upegraff, Mt. Pleasant.
Mure 1st. Lady W. W. Crawford
Youngstown, O 2d. Lady Lysander
Pel on, Gusuvus, O.
R0A1STER3 OVER SIX.
Geldings 1st. Capt. Light foot H.
Collins, fUvenna, 0. 2d. Bay Printer
A. Comstock, Richfield, 0. -
Mares 1st. Fanny Fern Silas Mer
chant, Cleveland. 2d.- Lady Gray E.
A. Brown, Bloomfield, 0.
THREE YEAR OLD STALLIONS.
1st. Tuckahoe Dr. J. T. Uplegraff,
Mt. Pleasant 2d. David W. D. Towns
end, Gihen. O. .
THREE YEAR OLD GELDINGS.
1st. Sam D. B. Updegraff, Mt. Pleas
THREE YEAR OLD FILLIES.
Is:, Youngstown Fillv P. L. Rush,
Girard. 0. 2cL Lalla Rookh. Dr. J.
T. Updegrtff, Mt. Pleasant.
1st. Fanny Dr. J. T. Updegraff, Mt
Pleasant. 2 J. Sam D. B. Updegraff,
. 1st. Hassen C.H. Cornwell. Salem.
STALLIONS FOR ALL PURPOSES.
- 1st. Vermont Boy W. B. Brown,
Pittsburgh. 2d. Tuckahoe E. King,
THOROUGH BRED STALLIONS.
1st. Hassen C. H. Cormwell, Salem.
2d. Tuckahoe D. B. Sherrod. Carroll,
THOROUGH BRED MARES.
1st. Boston Bay R. D. Barnes.
Bloomfield, 0. 2d. Youngstown Filly
P. L. Rush, Girard, O.
1st Fanny Fern Silas Merchant,
Cleveland. 2d. Lady L. Pelton Gus
1st. R. H. Peebles, New Caslle. Pa.
2d. Stevens & Chapel, Marlboio, O.
1st. Dr. J. T. Updegrafl, Mt Pleas
ant TROTTING STALLIONS.
1st. Vermont Boy M. B. Brown,
Pittsburgh. 2d. Kennebec L. Pelton,
A. H. BATTIN.
For the Chronicle.
Ohio and Pennsylvania Horse Exhibition
as Jarge an atttndance as was anticipa
Die, ...... r
. Messrs. Editor : Knowing many of
your readers to be interested in the pro
ceedings of the Horse Exhibition just
closed at this place, I send you a List of
the Premiums awarded, (for which thank
A. H. Battin, Esq., the Secretary,) and
also some notes of my own.
Wednesday, the first day, was very
Pan1. and the prospect flatteiing for
fine weather daring the exhibiton. Over
one hundred horses were entered for the
various premiums, aiming which were
many fine ones. The track had been
plowed, and the recent wet weather ren
dered it so soft that but little was done
the first day, besides a general exhibition
. of all the horses.
Thursday and Friday were cold, win-
A t .i a:. .i i -:
' . ' 1 v s
I should judge that about 3000 was
the largest number on the ground at any
onetime. Tie i.xhibtton proceeded ac-
cording to Programme, but for fear of
tresspassing too much on your column,
I will not i.peak f the performances sep
! erately, but mention some of the most
, conspicuous horses on the ground.
Mr. Phillips' Sidi Ilamet, who took
the first premium as a draft stallion, is a
i J r 1 I t .1 mt
large and powerful Hood bay. rhepre-
jr. . u- c
mium draft mares and p-eldin!TS were fine
i - o o
animals of their class. The brood mare
of Mr. C pe, is a fine, large dark ches
nut, and Mr. Cornwell's Columbiana is a
dark bay, of Revenge blood. Omar, the
yearling col;, was sired by Hassen, dam
Columbiana, rnd will show for himself
in a year or two. Know Nothing and
Tom Benton, the two year old colts, be
tween whom the Committee could not
decide, were both sired by the Morgan
horse Bishop Ondeidonk, well known in
The pacing horse, Jim, so surprised
all present, that his owner, a staunch
Democrat, christened him Salmon P.
Chase, in honor of the man who don't
get beat The celebrated Cleveland pa
cer, Frank Pierce, was on hand, and
made the fastest time one heat, but on
account of the track being so bad, and
bavins cut bis foot, he was withdrawn.
It was rumored that the election returns
of Ohio, affected him so that he couldn't
Mr. Collins' Capt. Lightfoot, who took
the first premium as a gelding loadster.
was one of the finest appearing horses on
the ground. . He is a beautiful dark baj',
and is driven with a light bay, with
while face end feet. I ucdeisland that
I'tliey were eniered as a fancy span, which
they certainly were; but fur some cause
were Withdrawn. Fanny Fern, a good
trotter belonyini; to Mr. Merchant of
Cleveland, and Lady Gray, a fine white
mare, belonging to E. A. Brown, of
Bloomfield, ;Kk the pieuiiumsas mares.
TuiLahoe, the three years old stallion
of Dr. UpdegTHlf, i-. a blood.bay racker,
siil by old Tu.-kahoe. The Youngs
town Filly, belonging to Mr. Rush, of Gi
r ir.l. is a fine blooded ciunut, And took
the '2.1 premium a. a thorough bred
in a iv.
The Vermont Boy, who took the pre
mium in the class of stallions for all pur
poses, is a lather small sorrel, of the
Morgan stock, now owned by M. B.
Brown, of Pittsburgh", (lis chief com
petitor was the old Tuckahoe, a fine mus
cled bay, but now blind.
Mr. Cornwell's Hassen, took the first
premium as a thorough bred. He was
sired by the celebrated Arabian horse
sent to President Van Buren, by one of
the Oriental dignitaries, and bears un
mistakable marks of good blood. His
dat; was of the Daniel O'Connell stock.
Boston Bay, owned by R. I). Barnes, of
Bloomfield, is a fine animal, light bay,
sired by old Boston.
The trotting between Fanny Fern, be
longing to Mr. Merchant of Cleveland,
and Mr. Pelton's Lady, was close, and
won by the former by an average of a
trifle over a second per mile.
During the last day much anxiety was
manifested to see the match between
trotting stallions. Kennebeck, nf Trum
bull Co., and Vermont Boy, of Pitts
burgh, seemed to be the favorites. The
premiu-n was awarded to the Vermont
Boy, although some outsiders say he did
not make any better time than Kenne
bec. The track was soft and springy,
ar.d the Vermont Boy being a much light
er horse, and not stepping so heavily,
had tl.e advantage of Kennebec. The
same remark might be applicable to
Frank Pierce and Kennebec. Although
neither took first premiums, I believe,
on a good track, they could, in their re
spective gaits, beat any horse on the
Mr. Peebles' matched span, were fine
bays of the Revenge stock. The iron
greys of Messrt. Stevens lt Chapel,
which look the 2d premium were young
and well matched.
Last but not least, came the Ladies'
Equestrian performance. Where all rode
so well, it would be invidious to make
distinctions. Mrs. Cornwell, on the
thorough bred Hassen, and Miss Pelton,
on the gay Billy Baker attracted much
attention, while little Miss Lanterman
(about twelve years old) on the fiery
black, evinced herself a horsewoman in
miniature. It was so late before this ex
ercise commenced, that I presume it was
not as complete as it otherwise would
have been. But I fear I have already
too much intruded on your patience and
colums. Yours, &c, II. -
Salem, O., Oct. 13, 1855.
For the Chronicle.
Have we a City Government amongst us?
Messrs. Editors : You doubtless re-
collect'the amount of talk, previous to our
Spring election, in regard to "Young
America" officers; a Town Council on
the "go-ahead'' principle ; a "model"
city government. fcc. Well, the Young
America ticket was triumphant and
behold the result By your paper
of the 6th of June, we were informed
that the Town Council had passed four
ordinances, to wit : "an ord nance to keep
in repair the side-walks within the vil
lage of Warren, and to keep them from
danger;" "an ordinance to prevent ob
structions and nuisances in streets, alleys,
and public grounds, and to provide for
the removal ol the sara-i," fcc ; "an or
dinance to prevent swine from running
at large, in the village of Warren," and
that two mills on the dollar be levied on
all personal and real property, for engine
house and other fire put p jses, and for a
general fund for the Village. Now wit
ness the go-aheadativeness which has
characterized the enforcement of these
First, has the side-walk ordinance been
carried out ? I point you, in reply, to
the man traps on South, High, Liberty,
and other much-traveled streets. Words
are unnecessary; Try to navigate those
thoroughfares of a dark night as your
coi respondent ha if you hae any
doubts on the subject
2d, "To prevent obstructions and nuis
ances." Who has forgotten the rubbish
at the junction cf Liberty and South sis.,
which for a long time endangered life
and limbs ; the Van Gorder pile o( brick
on Liberty, and the loose plank in tho
centre of Main street ? These nuisances
have, to be sure, been removed, but it
was not done till patience had ceased to
b: a virtue.
3d, "To prevent swine from running
at large.' This important item, in the
cleanness of our village seems to lave
received the go-by more shamelully, if
possible than either of the others. Grun
tera of the most wallowing propensities,
scratch their itching backs aniinst our
white fences, and newly-painted tree
!oxes with redoubled determination, and
root und-r our gates with increased im
punity. 2fo favorite door-yard, howev
er much prized or well-guarded, is free
from ther unwelcome presence. They
run rampr without hindrance or ob
stru tion. . The ordinance declares it the
duf of the Marshal and Police Officers
to distrain all swine running at lar 'e in
the village. Four months have now
elapsed since thepub ieation of this ordin
ance, and w e hear, a: yet, nothing of its
There is reason to believe that the
fourth ordinance, in regard to the levy
ing of taxes has been carried out to the
very letter. Governments are seldom at
fault in this respect.
Wc prate loudly of mismanagement
on the part of State and Federal officers,
and have just made an important move
ment towards rectifying some grieveous
abuses. Thai done, is it not incombent
on us to look a little to mrtttr-r's nearer
home ? I repeat, Messrs. Editors, have
we n i y government amongst us ?
Warren, Oct. 13, 1855.
Medina County Fair.
There secras u have been great inter
est manifested in the competition for pre
miums on horses. Trumbul' County
was in the field. Mr. Pelton of Gusta
vu was there, with l.ti fast horie Ken
in hi e.
The correspondent of the 0i'o Farm'
er, speaking of this Fair, says :
Nineteen Stallions were entered for
the fifty dollar purse eight contending
lor it by main strength, and faxt trotting .
Flying Cloud, Tom Hyer and Black
Hawk, Jr., sired by Hill's Vermont
Black Hawk. Green Mountain Morgan
and Napo'eoa Morgan, of the old Mor
gan stock. Tippo Sultan, a St. Law
rence oolt and Kennebec a Messenger.
Flying Cloud trotted in 2.48. Kennebec
(nfter bting obstructed by a marshall,
ii ud turning clear out ou to the grass,)
trotted in 2.50, without a 'skip ;' and
Green Mountain in 2 55. The prize was
given to Green Mountain, because the
Committee voted that it should 4 so.-
Flying Cloud infinitely is superior in
every resiect was shut out for 'break
ing ;' although he had seven seconds to
spare from 55, and run but little more
than the Gieen Mountain; and Kenne
bec was excluded entirely on acount of
If Kennebec proved himself equal to
the best in point of speed, blood and
strength, the misfortune of not being the
right color, can be borne very lightly.
Geauga County Fair at Burton, Ohio.
We karn that the Fair held by our
neighbors of Geauga, reflected much
credit upon themselves, and their county.
The number of people in attendance, was
unusually large, over ten thousand tick
ets of admission having been sold.
More attention has been paid, for sev
eral years, by the Farmers of that coun
ty, to the breeding of fine Cattle, than
by thosn of any county on the Western
Reserve. As a natural consequence, the
exhibition of Fine Cattle, Working Cat
tle particularly, is said to have surpassed
any thing of the kind, which has ever
been seen in Northern Ohio.
One yoke of , Calves not one year old
weighed over two thousand pounds.
Like tho Trumbull County Fair, the
show of Fruits and Vegetables, notwith
standing the extreme productivenos of
the scaa-on, was deficient in quantity,
though veiy fair as to quality.
The Forest Iron Company.
We learn th it the firm of M. McCon
nell ii Co., who have formerly carried
ou the Bucktye Forge Ac, at Marquette
has in connection with several other gen
tleman of wealth and respectability, been
changed into a Stock Company, under
the General Mining and Manufacturing
Law. The new Company is called the
' Forest Iron Company." Mr. Peter
White is President and M. II. Maynaid,
Secretary and Treasurer.
This Com; any possesses every element
of success Its officers aro men who are
well known in the country, and are
prompt and efficient in business. Their
foige is one of the best, and the ore to
i. r . j i i i i
ue manuiaciureu is miowu auu bckdowi-i
edged to have no superior. Lake Supe
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
THE highest market price will be paid
for Land Warrant of all aizca.
Those having Warrants to liispoae of. will please call
on the aansrriher, at E. A. Smith or Co.'s Drir Store.
Warren. June 3, lH53-y HOWARD A. SMITH.
HE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.
ELEVENTH YEAK. Stlekdid EsaiaviSGf ix
Phizes. The eleventh aniiuai uluiue of this tweful
publication commeoced on the 17th day of 8cptemler,
The "SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN" Is an Ilhiatnted
Periodic,, devoted chiefly to the iiomultntton of in
fornutioo reUtinp to the rarioug Mechanic and Cbemic
ArU, Industrial Mannfac tares. Agricultural Patents,
Inventions, Kogineeriur. Millrork, and all interest
which Ui-- light of PRACTICAL SCIENCE UcalcuUled
1U: porta of U. S. PATENTS granted are also pub
lihrt every veek. including Offic al Copies of all the
PATEN T CLAIMS, together with ne vs and infoi mat ion
upou thousands of other subjects. -
The Contributors to the Scientific American" are
amonft the mo9t eminent scientific and practical men
of the times. The Editorial Department s universally
acknowledged to be- conducted with great ability, and
to be distinguished, not only for the excellence and
truthfulness of its discussions, but for the fearlessness
with which error is com tatted and false theories are
Mechanics. Inventors, Engineers, Chemists, Manu
facturers, Agriculturists,aud people of every profession
in life, will find the Scientific American to be of great
value in their respective calling. Its couusels and
suggestions will save theta huudreds of dollars annu
ally, besides allording them a continual source of know
lefige, the experience of which is beyond pecuniary
The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is published ones a
week; every number contains eight large quarto pages,
forming annually a complete and splendid volume, il
lustrated with Several Hundred Original Engravings
Try Specimen copies sent GRATIS.
TTPTKRMS. Single subscriptions. S2 a year, or
tl for six mouths. Fire copiea, for six months, 94;
for a year.
For further Club rates and for statement of the four
teen Ur-eCASH PRIZES, offered by the publishers,
see Scientific American.
Southern, Western and Canada money, or Post Office
Stamps, taken at par for subscriptions.
LetUrs should be addressed (post paid) to
JIL'N.N & CO.,
1? Fulton street. New York.
TTPMessn. MUNN dt CO., have been, for many
years, extensively engaged in procuring patents far
new inventions, and will ariv se inventors, without
charge, in regard to the novelty of their improvements.
October 10, lfo5-2w
IOR SALE OR RENT. My Dwell-
1. iug House and Grocery, at Leavittshurgb, three
miles west from Warrrn, is offered for sale or rent.
The lot consists of about half an acre of laud, on which
is a good Dftelliug, with Grocery Store attached, a new
Barn and Ice iloute, all in pood order. Possession
given on the fir.t of January. For further particulars
inquire of the subscriber, on the prrmisen.
Oct. H, lK5-3w JOHN A. GEBnART.
VfOTICE. U hereas,
X 1 Gebhart, aged 18 years, ha
mv w)n, Lewis
years, has left me without any
Just cau e or provocation. this is to warn all persons
aputnst harboring or trustiug him on my aecouct, as I
will pay no debts of his contracting.
JOHN A. GEBnART.
LeaviUsburg Oct 10. lH35-3w
7 ANTED A Young Lad, from 16
I f to If years of age, of good business capneity.
can procure a situation as Cleric, at the Warren Foun
dry, by applying soon. Good references required.
October in, 155.
SUFFOLK SWINE. Those wishing
to iimirore thrir stock of S'incare inform?.! that
one of my Suffolk Hoars a-ill ltr bet. durinfi the Fall
and Wint-r, I t ALUKKT VAN GOKDEU, at the Lower
utu. in H :irren.
I shall also keep one on mj ovn farm In Dloon.-fleM.
Oct. 1ft, l2i.-2 CHARLES HlyH N.
nORA and the Doctor, al
LIFE and Times of James Gordon Ben
AO-BAG, by N. P. Willis,
I j je9fl - AT BALDWIN'S.
ELL SMITH ABROAD,
jfJO AT BALDWIN'S.
The co partnership heretofore existing under
the uatue of T. H. M OK LEY & Co., is this day dissolv
ed by mutual consent, T. H. Morlcy withdrawing from
the concern. Tne ou a in ess will nMvaiier ie carrteu
on under the style and imme of JOHN R, MOULKV &
Co., w io are authorised to settle the business of the
All notes ard accounts due the old firm, of over six
mm.ths' standing, will be placed in the hands of a col
lector, uulesa -ettlea iiusneuiatciy.
Warren, Aug. Su, 1cm. JNO. R. MORLEY & Co.
THE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
J. R. MORLEY 4c Co., will do better work than
my other Plow in the State of Ohio, except uie Michigan
Ojuhle Plow. sep!0, S
ahan's New Work on
CCII0OL BOOKS, of all kin is, at
1UST0L Board aud
p ILLOTT'S 708 Stet 1 Pens, at
T EAF Pupcr Leaves, Petals, Wire. &e,
-t BAI.DHIN.S j
VO. 19 MAIN aSTRKKT. NEW AR-
Jl RANCEMKNTS' EWPIRl: II IT & CAP STORE!
Nichols & Vl'cir,
Have jnt received and are no oi-:iit.r, the lrjrt,
n:st r..i,iti-V l. at d bct select, ti t..ct cf KKADY
MAPK CL'-TMINii, i'leie uu-1 Furii:ii;ht; (1 v-ia,rver
I rouxht to 1h:s market. cn.M.-tltiC in ,trl of lit fol
lowing liood- : Overcoat f cvtr tj ti:;r..ly, and
price, from t!c finest bcait-r t the cu-re: ker-i-j-;
i'suts and Ver-i of every i 1 :.:.d iii.t'ii.v. n t
rtlii. ju.-t oinc a'ld s. Ert-ryloij i- tw, c:j Nich
ols t fl'eir t:i' belt for ou.iHty, i k uut iri::. their
piec goods are of the i.L-f;i !. t inii.t";ii of
heavy Heaver pilo:. plain ar.J twili'-d Cl'i'hs, plait uud
Fancy Cassimcres ; tw i i le i .Sjiinet- : Pii.u and F;m
ry Vesting.1 : a lu rare patterts of .lk lvu; Plain
nd figured S'lk; attn, Cs!iu.ir., Woi .uti MuhauY
fL'RNISIIINli GOODS. Sat rts,CiIlfir.-i tr-.TTshirU,
Drawer, :s.uipc:i:t:r. Stocks, Net-k tu-t, IVi:-.'-. ilard-krchi-l.
Silk, Linen. La n, Ac; Wooh n lit e. Fur
Gloves. Kid, mud unliued, Clot'i, Bnckailin all
colors; liuck Mittens; l.iv do ; Lm!jrclk.st a fine
assortinet. t. Crp?t bai-s, A.c".
TAILORING .lone i(l tne t..st ?tUand on short no
tice. The capacity of K. V WEIR, as a practical
Tailor, is too well known to icq lire coinm.-itt. Partic
ular attention given to CuttimcaM. warrant 1 to fit.
HATS AN S CAPS. It i-.n known fa-t, (hat for
elereu year. L. MCllULa ha L -pt the largest, cheap
est, ami moat varied assortment of goods ia his hue
ever kept in Old Trumhull, ;tnl th n.w firm hive to
anuoat.ee that the st ck of HATS ANT C Al'i has .en
!rp'rlv incrt-a-ed ; so all you hiv to -V. is t i e-ill at
No. I'J Main Street, and you will there tint! a complete
outfit hoc U excepted for ls money than you can
get the same in Warren. Rmeuihtr oue thing we
have no old. shelf-worn Clotning, but an entire new
stock of fresh and desirable Goods.
As gas has for a long time Ueen a very plentiful arti
cle iu this community, we would l eg leave to be ex
cused from using it in this communication to my old
friends and patrons I would tuake n?y best Low and
return many thanks for the very liberal and long-continued
patronage received at their hand. To the new
we would say, you too are entitled to the ri2ht hind of
fellowship; so come along, and we will give yon a
hearty weicome to all the privileges, blessings and ben
efits, of the largest cheapest, and most varied stock of
Clothing and Uats and Caps ever brought to this mar
ket. L. NICHOLS,
Warren Oct. 3.-3ra E W. WEIR.
ttTAR INSURANCE COMPANY.
KJ STATEMENT cf e CoJitifi9 mf tkt Sfarffn
turane Cmvmtv Offdrnibttrff, JV. the frt
dav fJlf, If 55.
1. Name and locality as specified above. ...
i. The Capital Stock is 150 .000 00
3. The Capital Stock is paid up
4. The assets of the Company are as follows:
I. Cash on hand and In the hands of agents
or other persons.-. 40
9 H'tl Estate none. .
3. Bonds. none.
4. Jjebu due the Company, secured by mort
gage, being first lien, duly recorded, of
which amount more than $ M4),( 00 is upon
property worth double the sum for which
the -ame is mortgaged ...... ... 135.000 00
5. Iebcs otherwise aecuted.. none.
6. Debts for Premiums... 9c9 3
7. AH other securities, being Bills Receiva
ble for Premiums. 10,460 Ci
5. Amount of liabilities duo or not due to
Banks or other creditors none.
6. Losses adjusted and due none.
7. Losses aujusted and not due none.
8. Losses unajusted none.
9. Losses in suspense wailing further proof &63 CO
10. No other claims agaiust the Company,
except a few small items of expense, over
payment by scents, or re iusurance, and
one claim of 83-0, rtstiud
II. The greatest amount Insured in any on
rsk i.OOO 00
12. The sreatest amount allowed by the
rules of the i -ompany to he in any ono city
town or village. No rule on the subject.
13. No rule as to the greatest amount a) low
ed to be inscred in one block..... ......
14. The Acfof Incorporation is the same as
at the last report.....
Saoscribed an 1 sworn before sne this 11th July,lE55.
Elijah W hits. Justice of the Peace-
II. G. FOOTE, Secretary-
CERTIFICATE OF ATT 110 Rl TV.
(Ta expire on the 31st day of Jnniry, l.W.)
STATE OF OHIO, )
Arnrroa or Statt' Orrrc r,
CotrMscs, Sept. T, I-53. f
iTh treat. The Star Insurance Company, located at
OgdensVurgh, in the State of New York, has filed in this
office a sworn statement of Its condition, as required
by the first section of the Act to regulate the Agencies
of Insurance Companies not incorporated by th Stata
of Ohio. passed May 1, 1HM :
. s4r. Said Company has furnished th on
dersigned, satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of
at least one hundred thousand doltars of actual capital
invested in stocks of at leat par value, or in bonds or
mortgages of unincumbered real estate worth doubla
the amount forwhich the same i mortgaged :
And, v her tat, Snld Compiny has filed in this office a
written instrument, under its corporated seal, signed
by the President and Secretary thereof, nominating
and appointing THOMAS J. M LAIN of Warren, iu
Agent for the transaction of the business of Fire In
surance, and fully and unreservedly authorizing him to
acknowledge service of process for and on behalf of
saidCompany, eonscntingthat service of process npon
him, the said Agent, shall be taken and held to be as
valid as if served upon the Company, according to the
laws of this State, or of any other State, and waiving all
claim of error by reason of such service :
JV, therefore. In pursuance of the first section of
the "Act to regulate the Agencies of Insurance Com
panies not incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed
May 1, lh-S4, I, WILLIAM D. MORGAN. An 1 tor of
said State, so hxubt rumnr. that the said THOMAS
J. McLAIN is authorized as an Arent for the said
Company, to transact the business of Fire Insurance,
in thi State, until the thirty-first day of January, io
the year one thousand eight hundred and lifiy-six, so
far he may be legally empowered so to do by his letter
of appointment, aud the instructions which may be
given to him by the said Company.
Ia wtTaccw WHBJtBor, I have hereto subscribed my
hum, and caused the seal of my ofiice to be afbxed,
this 'th day of September, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
T. J. McLAIN, Ajent.
Warren, Oct. 10, lS55-3t
GEO ROE A. DAVIS, Mauufactuier
and Wholesale Dealer in
Franklin Buildings, corner of Water and Superior sts.,
We have now in store and In piocessof manufacture,
one of the largest, most complete, and varied stocks of
FALL AKD WINTER CLOTH IN U
to be found in the Cniog.
Oar stock, consisting of Overcoats. Cloaks, Talmas,
Frock, Dress and Business Coats, Pants and Vests, is
maaufactu: ed entirety in this city, from almost every
description of material, among which we may mention
the fallowing fabrics: Cloths. Beavers, Pilots, Mohairs.
Kerseys, Petershams, Satinetts, Blan ,ets. Tweeds of all
colors and finalities for Coats. Doeskins, ('asshners.
Corduroys, Satinetts, of every variety, for Pants. Silk
Velvets. Stins Silks, Cashmeres, Woolen Plaiils.
Phishrs. Toilencts. Fanner Satins, Codringtons, of
every description and stjle, for Vests. Togethei with
a large assortment of
consisting in part ol Shirts, Collars. Cravats, Stocks,
Tndershirts, Drawers. Hosiery, Sufpenders, Gloves,
Overalls. Hickory and Orershirts. Trunks, Traveling
Bags, Yalis.'S, dec., die , 4lc. Also, India Robber
Goods of every description.
The perfect system to which we have brought every
department of our business, after long and toilsome
years of application and la tor, must convince the in
vestigvtor of the superior advantages we are thus ena
ble! to otTer the Trade io the purchase of their stocks,
whether in small or lare qnautities.
Our busiuess, extending throughout this State, Indi
ana, Michigan and Illinois, offers unequalled advan
tages to the id excitants of these States, from Ihe fact,
that our clothing is nvtiiufnc a red to suit their trade,
long ytars of intercourse having made us familiar with
their c)as of customers.
We respectfully solicit a call from ajl merchants de
siring to purchase, fteling confident an exauiimition
of our stock will result in the aiot satisfactory m uin-fr.
GEORijfi A. DAVIS,
Oak H-tll Clothing emporium, Cleveland, O.
Cleveland, Sct. 2G, lr55.-3in
DR. H. TUBUS
Dr. II. TL'BBS, AnaMic Physician, will be at it
rooms, Wonvu, Gaskill House, Monday, Oct. d.
Ravehki., Prentiss House. Friday and Saturday, WtL
and ettth October.
Patients and others aishlng consultation or fartiwr
treatment, t-hmmld re promptly mt the times mdcerttsrm
obove, ms after the October appointment won others
mill he made or attended until March mtrt. Then they
are to be resumed and continued as heretofore.
WooftTKK. Ohio, June, IS5X
Dk. H. Ttbb Demr Sir; In justice to you I cannot
refrain expressing my gratitude, and at the same tim':
will offer something of aj experience, hoping, (if pul
lishe!.) it may prove beneficial to suffering humanity.
For the lat seven years I have labored ond-r a com'
nation of diseases, and suflered to an extent tliatren
dered life a burthen. The best physicians of the conn
try weie employed, but In vain ; they gave neither
eiicoaraptmei.t or relief. In the fall ol lc-ltf my nerv
ous system was completely prostrated l:y a course o
typhoid fever. From that timj my lurss were we:ik.
causing much diCjcalt of I reathing, cou-h and e.Xc
torattou. I also sutlcred extremely with a stinging
pain in my left side, near the heart, and hnefe to ihe
shoulders, Lut still more from a violent struggling of
the h-art, aud an indeseri' r.fde sinking, dyim; fteling
which it seemed impossible to survive. Theae convul
sions or throes of the heart wonbl terminate by a rush
of Llood to the head, producing a fearful sensation,
bordering upon delirium, and leave me exhausted. A
pain in the back and stomach, with frequent vomitinr,
added to my afnictioii. Stieitth -tnd fleh were much
reduced. I was oMic-! to keep my bed a greater paik
of the time, and frtenrls and neighbor gave op all hope
of my recovery, thinking me sinking with conuwp
tiou. In thi sumner of lriltwhen ny disease wore
its darkest form, a friend nrjied me to see Dr. Tubhs.
I have done so ; have taken of no otlter meilicinn
since, and am happy now t' eny my health is good.
Disease has disappeared under treatment, like dew be
fore the morninz sun, and 1 can now work at household
affairs from morning until evening, with no inconven
ience whateer. Your, trtilv.
RKBKCCA A. WIUTF.
-We give the above without comment. Those wihing
further information, can call on Mrs. W., or UTite her
Tit WiVt.r. Ohio. 't
kTATE OF OHIO, Trumbull County.
1D Alvira Spears 1 B-f'ni Jeffer-ion Plm,
vs. Justice of t!ic Pence of Wal-
E. N. Parks. J rca Township.
The defendant, K . Parks is hen-l y notified, that
the plaictifl hud an order of attachment issued in this
action by taid Justice, on the ittii d.-iv f eptrBier,
lii, to recover of the defendant the -m of $" lue
for work and labor on the ca.ial bot Jl'lianee. of hit a
the defend tut is aiid wa owner, which order of attach
ment has been served and returned, and the sjiid actin
has been entnned to te MUh dav f N ivemlnir, lfii.
at H o'clock, A. M., nh -n it will be for trial.
Toe defendant will also tike notice, that the plaintiif
will testify on the t inl of s.tid action.
Warren, Oct. 3, lci.-3t J- F- 4SPF.R.
Att y fr pry.
I ACOB HATHAWAY'SES i A IE
t 9 Notice is tofre?.y pircn. llt:it the subscrilMTS hir
been apitointeC ami luly quaiineit as Kxecutors f tU
last will .nd trmaciert of Jacob llalluiwuy, bte sf IU
setta, rniin'-u!l Cuuntr. dec'il.
By P. K. lUitD. IIFXRV IIATIIAWAV.
Their Alt'j-. OKFHAB IIATIIAWAV.
Bstvlti, October I-.13.-3t
XjLB.IT. Uniriuan I'liT. ) B-.frt.- Andrew flanlnei
,s. -1. I'- f llul!ard T.ivnshii
Henry Mor-nn, Vrfl. J TrwmVnll Cttnnlj.Ohio.
Atiat the 15th of e;l., A. 1 Vt.s.tid Justice is
saed an urtlt-r of ait-icttuieut in th a'wjve ense fu
the sum uf thirty four dollars and rots. Said suit wii
be li'inl Octnl.eriTth. A. D l5i. at 3 ."clonic. I". '
J)ct. 3, L-3V-.tr li J- IK'fFM
I ERR Y DAVIS' PAIN KILLER,
. irms, jes! received, and fur rale at
auj. V9. . A.SMITH & CO.
rPilE Aiacrie.in Dehatcr, and all tli
JL Tiri TJS School Sweaters, at HALDH ISi.
JAPAN, as it a, end is, at
LATE FROM THE FRO N T 1 FR ! INTERIOR Tt AVNS all HEARD FROM I
.LAliCJK MAJOHITY FOIl THE "TALL. BIUCK.-.
PACKARD & UARNUM,
Eneoorarf d by their larpe and lncreai:ig -lies, nolwithrtacdir.g the hard tisaea, scarcity and high prices, and
in anticipation of the "good time coming." have purchased and are bow receiving at thir masuooth Hardware
Store, a la i ger stock of
liardwttrr, Inrriaifc Triinmui. Iron, Paials, Clau. TaraiaJi and Sulcy Sil! Kawx.
than have ever bm-r. i rouht Into "Old Trnm'mlt. Long experience, a perfect acquaintance with the Baana
f.tciurei of tt.e ea-ttcrn States, and connexion with an Iron 3a ill in this vicinity, enables us to eleg greaA
indticmuMits to all wiaing to parchase go in or line.
Ali people in g-ji.er.ii, mechanics and iu.nn:facturrs In pan.cuiar, farmers and their wires and children, are
invited tu cull and lok through the siork. Th- wants of tu cnt.re community have ce?u looked Io, without
dtiinti.t-n of odor, 'ie, erHonal apceararce or politics
To our friends in the liUCiOY HI :S IN KISS- w are ore) ar.-d to exhibit an CNT3CAL PILB Qf
everything thiit can he usd in. on. or a' out a i-uuiry.
Mechanic wishing to replenish their STCK OF TOOLS, will do well to call and esrvnine or stoclt of
Planes. S,v- Chisela. Ilammrrs. ftock- and Dies. sc , which ir. not snrr 'tsseil by any establishment in Ohio.
H Hfs. TUlMMINWd OF NKW AND DK.IRA T LKS, a larve aud s;lenhd assortment.
3ai k.--. justly culcbrat d heehi hails; I'D boxes Pranklin Hock Olaaa; White Ld 2inc Paiat, Oil
Yarr..h. Putty, l'iue hAh, Ac. fcc.
OUR IRON DEPARTMENT
Is al all limes Tilly stocked with ?o.d llurse Siio Iron, Bu((jy Iron. Waou Iron, cl Irn of all kinds, by
the bar. ''UikIIo. .ajon urliait haul.
We have secure I the services of an EdrUsIi Gun Maker, and are now olerint (utter RiSes, at lea, prices tUaa
CTer before ollt-Ttd in this country.
jrjyiliMuemiier the place, aud call at ihe -Th!1 Brick," Main street. Warren. Ohio.
September SG, lKw. PACKARD at BARXCM. Proprietors.
PROCLAMATION EXTRA ! GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES!
l TO TUB PEOPLE Of T It I'M BULL AND ANOINIXq COCNTIK?. who hare rxt.rAti so lit-eral snd
pnerons a puronairet. m dur:ra thr six years past, in which perio-1 of time it hs l.eel niy rool fortnn t.
form n.any aeqajiinuinces. make many friends whsc iriemlsbiv and kindneis rrll! ever be remcuibered with th.
most pleai.int emotitns. Time, ia iu onward flight, l.rins many ehinitcs. Six yer a0, a-.d the Cloihing
Business In Old Trumbull was in its int.mcj. and your humbli- s.-rvautwas th. I'lRiX persui in Uutmterprts.
in Warren. Starting wi:h a determination lo sell cheap and deO fairly, he hoped to build up a trade that would
sr.,itT ir-reftw. and brine to his counter, or the return f each year, the f.Lcr. nf th, wm h.. trnn.
Stthcnrst. UK HAi NOT BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
wr,i rn. iccess ol tnts e"''in-.i. i-..Tifts is issueu t" larorm all who are In want
of CLOTHING, of any DESCRIPTION, PRICE. QUALITY OR QUANTITY,
iroiu a Cotton Shirt tj a carl load, can be acconimf dale l on the most a-trnntarenu, terms.
I HAVE LEO THE VAN. BIIOL'OMT DOWN TH K PRICErt, CONTROLLED TUB BUSINESS, linn tb.
conunenceinent. AND MEAN SO TO DO FfiB THE FL'TURE. I am now receiYins; direct from lh EaaWrai
Cities, the LAfiOKsT STOCK OF FALL AND W1NTEB CLOTHIS"!, ser opeue.1 In Trumbull County, con
sisting in part of the following roo Is: Heavy and Fine Orercoals, a larffe assortment of all kinds, rrades and
qualities: Dress, Frock, aek and Busi ness Coats, of al I colors, shades aud rariet iesj all kinds of l'ants, 1 rotv
the coarsest to the Terr finest; a splendid assortment of Vest, consinin of silk velvet, plaid, fancy and plain,
satin, silk, cashmere, cloth, cas:mere. Sic ; lots of Furaisbios; G'xnis, .Shirts. Drawesr, L'udershirts, CrsTSta,
Handkerchiefs, ColUrs, .recks and Suspenders. A fine stock of Hats and Caps, which mil be soli cheaper thasi
these articles erer hTe heen sold in Tramtll County.
. A LARGE STOCK OF BOYS' CLOTHING.
I hare also a fine and well selected stock of CLOTH, CAf SIMERES. VESTING and OVERCOAT 130. lor
the purpose of making; up all kinds of custom work, which will be cut and made in th. beat and most fashionabw
ty), and by the best mechanics iu the country. And in or.er thai community may be posted up lo rejrard to
prices, and thereby prevented from being shaved In tome of th. small concerns about town, I giv a brief list
of the prices. jrVKEAK
Good woolen overcoats from 2,75 upwards. Good woolen Bait of cloth cot,
pants, vest nnd shirt, S5,( 0. Fine black suit of cloth, consisting of
black coat, black pants and satin vest, 89,00.
My rtek is the LARGEST, BES T SELECTED, and I stand ready to prove it decidedly the CnR APE5T over
broiijr! t to Trumbull Cdunty. I oner it for sale. It comes within the wants and circumstances of all. To th.
l ayer in search of CLOTHING, let me say, look around. examine the stocks of the small dealers in this artlol..
then live me a call. It will afTord me pleasure to show yoo through myex.ensire assortment and variety, and
if I fail in suitina- you in quality or price, the fault will he ray own. T. my competitors, who so far forftet th.
civilities of trade af to indultre in themselves, or pera.it those in their employ to traduce my character and al-
tempt to injure my reputation by a resort tc slanderous misrepresentations, and wilful falsehoods. I have but
one word lo sap. It's this: "Slander,, like chickens, come hnie to roost. Uine's a nobl. revenue to riv.
the roo-ls-buyinr commnnity BETTER GOOD:) at LOWER PRICES than CAT or WILL do. This pledge I si v.
and WILL REDEEM, and be harpy to see my old friends, and be pleased to make the acquaintance of new one.
when they can make it convenient to (tire mc a eall. Bemem'ier 3 doors, Oak Front, 2 doors south of th. Post
Office. Noa. II and 13. Main Street, Warren, Ohio. Sep 18 J. GOLDSTEIN.
A .rojress a.mo.t onparU-d in thehioryof trad.
VEW YORK STORE. FALL AND
IA WINTER UOODS are now arriving, and the cry
will he, still they come" for the next t xty days. We
have endeavored to get up a stock, for the coming sea
son, whieh h ts never been equaled in Trumbull Coun
ty, for extent, completeness and arlaptednss to the
wants of the public, and the Lidies In particular. In
Silk and Fancy Goods, we have never had a stoek ao
worthy of inspection: while tn gTftri.K iouus we sre
fully at home, and prepared to convince oui friends
that frier haxs not sMvanood, a has ben eiven out.
bepuo, 1U. rAitiaS ox vr. i&.
FIFTY CENT DRESSES.
100 pieces tond fast Prinu. at ets per yard.
Fanev Prints. English and French Chintirs. Scotch
SMlinf Ginghams, at the SEW YORK ST0KB.
BROWN & BLEACHED Shirtings,
of good ooality. at 6 ets; heaw muslins and fine
sheetiegs in proportion. at the NEW YORK STOKE.
EMBROIDERIES it TRIMMINGS
Rich Thread Laces; Swiss an I Cambric Collars;
Sleeves Bands and Embro'deries; Velvet, doiro An
tique and other stj Iss Trimminrs. The ladies say it is
a treat t. ezamin. th. groat variety at the
MEW YORK 8TORB.
B ROCHE, Long and Square Slnwly;
Broehe, Cashmere and Gold End Scsrfs; Shswls
of all kinds, including som. new styles; Cloaks, Man
tillas, and a full assortment 4f Clonk and Talma Cloths,
at th, SEW YORK STORE.
rICH GALA PLAIDS. Coburgs and
v DBigea ; Fancy, Plain and shilling DLalnes ;
tl:e largest stock of French Merinos in town, and at pri
es. Uut defy competition, i the
SEW YORK STORE.
HEAVY RICH PLAID SILKS, Bl'k
Silks of superior quality and lU'tre; silks of all
other kinds, including SILK. BONNETS: Cloak and
other silk velvets; rich velvet and silk Vesting, dec.
PA RKS A WENTZ.
C CLOTHS & WOOLEN GOODS.
J The public know that we keep th. largest and
cheapest stck cf cloths for mea and boys' wear, in
town; everything in the line, from a good tw. shilling
Jean to a One broadcloth; therein re we sire ply say. be
lore baying, call at tho NEW YORK STORE.
2 Uhd's. Sugar.
J 2j Bbl's. Molasses.
2J &is ColTee, for sal, at Cincinnati prices.
adding freight, at the am mm sruitr.
I7RESH TEAS Gren and Black al
and Bl.llO. of saeerior flavor, at the
SEW YORK STORE.
1EADV MADE CLOTHING AND
ii HATS AXD CAPS. We hare opened a sales
room devoted exclusively to this trade, and keep as
iarge a stock as can he found in the county always
cheap and warranted well made, at the
NEW YORK STORE.
pOYAL WILTON, Brussels, three
. 1 1 Ply. Ingrain and Venitian Carpeting, also Rngs.
Dro-rgeta, Mattings. Oil Cloth, Ac, the largest stock ia
ulu Irumbull, can be had at tne
NEW YORK STORE.
PAPER HANGINGS, Win low Pa.
L per and Oil Shades, at the
SEW YORK STORE.
CROCKERY, Glass-Ware, Looking
Glasses. Atc, a large stock can always be found
at the NEW YORK STORE.
T0WA LAND AGENCY. The sub-
jL sen her offers his services, to those wishing to lo
cat? lauds la Iowa, at reasonable rates. Particular at
tion paid to locating Land Warrants, or if desirei, I
will locate and sell the land, for one hah the profits,
counting each warrant worth $1 25 per acre, and pay
my own ex;ense. (.'xeept the office fee. which ia one
dollar for each 40 acres.)
Laud Warrants bought and sold.
Land Located for cash, or eastern drafts, or nn tine.
Taxes paid and titles examined, in Central or Northern
Iowa. EDWIN LOVKLAND.
RenVreoces Geo. Tayler, Esq., Cashier of the West
ern K Hi nk; Austin D Kthh-?, fe.sq.. Rev. A. M. Brown.
F.irminrt n, O. ; 1. II. Taft, Esq Columl-uj. O.
iScoteh Grove, Jones Co., Iowa, Sept. li, l&ii.
JL LOWELL MASON'S new collection of Church
Music, couUins upwards of one trocsahd pieces of
iiiuiic, a-laptid to about out Hrinsco axd Twairrv me
tres, and a much larger variety than usual of Ainu s as
and otJr .?et Pieces. The ELEMENTS ot MCiilC
have been especially prepared for Singing Classes e
variety of pleasing exercises, four-part son-, and
round interspersed, and there is added MUSICAL N'O
TATION IN A NLTSHELIr-a brief course for schools.
A Specimen copy will be sent, by mail, postpaid, for
examination, to any teacher of music, or leader of choir
on receipt of siVETT-rivc cettm, Puhli-hed by
33 Park Row. New York.
sep36-3in Sanborn. Carter dc Basin, Boston-
T7 F. PORTER'S SKY-LIGHT DA-
TT OrEBREAN ROOMS, crcuins Shasov
irc the SresTAKcc PavDK.' The Subscriber is happy
toanniMinceto the citizens ol warren and surrounding
country, that he has fitted up a suit of Rooms over Bald
win's ii'kttore, south of the Post Office, with a large
sis-light, where he is prepared to furnish Daguerreo
types ia the Best Style ol the Art. He has a hue as
sortment of Materials.. Cases, dec, of (he latest styles,
which he has received direct from New York, and
which will be furnished at moderate prices. He has
also a collection of Oil Paintings and Daguerreut.v pes
for the gratification of the lovers of Art, ar d has spared
no pains to make the rooms a pleasant and axreeade
place of resort at all hours, and hi is determined by
constant aiditions to keep up their interest and make
them one of the places worth visiting, both hy citizens
and fUanirers. Ard be looks for a liberal support io
his courts to trrttify those who require his slit ice a as
an Artist and Itaguereotj'.ist.
Pictures taken in ALL KINDS OF WEATHER,
All persons are cordially invited to call, whether
wis'iin? Picture or mt
TT jp Work done at my rooms will he warranted.
WILLIAM tf. PORTER.
Warren, Ohio. Sei. 12, lKia.
NGRAYING ON WOOD ! The
J Subscriber is prepared to execute all orders in
the a' -ore lttv?, such as Views of UuiMiuifs. Dill or
Newspaper HevU, Envelo)e t:lmr.s, Ilutrat!ons for
Books. Handbills or Nevs Pa. er,ac, Ac, in a suri-
or manner. A lao.
DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS
.f -.11 Kin -s. such as Yiews of Iloo-.es. Hotels. Shops,
Pnrnaces, Machinery, or Designs for the P-itteut Otfije,
"rC.-n at my Rcoms over H, 1.1 win s Book Store,
wh-re specimens may be seen. W. F. POI.TEK.
Vt arren, u., &ejt. - .
"AA TONS OF CHEESI-: WANTED,
tj V ' V for which the hirhest market pi ice illlo ;id.
in ca.l', on rtclivery. IDD1NG3 4; JIOKGAN.
Sc li. lr'ii.
A very pool Brick Towelling llou.e. F-r i-wt:c-
uUis in.iu.re of au-iM tV. IUDIMij.
'PEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
! W4Tth of Land Warrants wanted. I am p:ylng the
hi-Iiet i.ric. J Tor Lau'l Warrants,
scp j AL11E1.T PERIIY. Warren. 0.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtut? of nn
omler of sale, isaued out of the Court of Common
Pk"as of Trumbull County. Ohio, to me direct ea and de
livered, on decree made by said Court, at their M:irch
Term, A D 1-5-i, I slmll espnse tn at public outcry,
as in execution upon jutlgnient, at the door of the Court
HottfMr, in Warren, In said county, on Suturda, the
ilth iay of Oc tolwrr, A D Ketire'n the hour of IU
o clock A M and 4 a'clock P M of said dny. the follow
iug describ 1 uinrtgaeJ preinise, r.aioed in said -?-crce,
and d- cril ed as follows, to wit: Situatv In tbe
township of .renne, in saitl County of Trumt-uH. being
part of lot No. 4, and is bounded as follow, vis: he
ginait.tr at tlie centre of the road running cant and wt
thr-Higti thec-.'ntre of said trecne,at the south -east cor
ner of Aaron tiascomb's laud. th?nce north 10 ro is to
a post, to land belonging tn Edward Itascomb; th nee
east 10 rJ; thtnee south IG rods to tbe centre of the
aforesaid road; thenc west 10 rods to the pUre of be
ginning. Conttintiig otie acre of land, be the same
more or less. Apnraised at fJiHJ ((. To be sl I at
tbe tu;t of the Executor of Calvin H- SutliiT ai'ainst
ll-tijaniu Dingham and otliera.
H. 11 HARMOy, Sheriff.
SherifTs Office, Wrren, Sept. U. loii.-5w Xi'S1
n0R.SE CARDS, Curry and Mane
Combs. Brushes. Gilt and Fsney Trunk Taper,
riv-DK. Door iUtU, Alicant JI itts. tc. at
jun,S. PATt a fc ALLISON'S.
ARY LYNDON, at
STAND NOT UPON THE ORDER
OF YOCR OOISG. BIT GO AT ONCE f
To DI N L A P, S T E W A ET St KE ED S, and examin. their
splendid stork of Goods, which arc daily arriving by
the boat load.
Thr facilities whieh oar Arm now nosscsa. fen. of tb.
firm being constantly in lh eastern cities, thus being
able to take advantage of the market. ar. not ) lulled
by any house in Ohio. W. eall th attention of mer
chants and the public generally to th, following list of
articles, which, having been purchased before the great
ns. in prices, w, are aaabiwd to oner at Jew York
30 hhds. F. H. Surar; 15 bbls. Mackerel;
10 bbls. Stuart's Bet de. HW boxes Herring;
25 C.C. do do. limn sacks Dairy Salt;
35 " Molasses; M butts Chew'g Tobaea.;
IS " Syrup; . 93 boxes do do
ISti bags Bio CofTe.; SOiiu doa. Cut and Dry do.
311 mats Java do. luuO " Smoking do.
jiai chests ureeo Tea;
KM lb,. Ns. 1 Nutmegs;
S bbls. 8. C. Soda;
50 caddies do d.
10 chests Black d.
90 caddies do d.
5 Cream Tartar;
SiJ lbs Wrapping Twins; 300 Cahv Liauori.;
S" lbs Alspic,;
f) mats Ca
ww ms repper; -500
lbs Brasil NaU:
y Ins Eng. Walnuts;
lo o lbs Hard Almonds;
KI00 lbs Soft do
90 boxes Ground Pepper;
95 dot. Pepper Sauce;
to six lb. cans Mastard;
Sn dos. lb. cars do.
100 M Cigars. aU gradwa;
900 bJics Raisins;
100 bashels Pea Nat
ew dos Transparent Soan: 100 - Prunes:
100 Transparent Bar; SO bbls Piusb'g Craekm;
100 box. Rosin Soap; SO boxes Soda Biscait;
10 - Castile do. 900 dos. Blacking:
90 " Variegated do. SO " Blacking Brushes;
And the best assortment ef 'YANK EE NOTIONS ever
brought to this market, which will be aold at price
which defy competition, w. ear not from what quarter
it come. Merchants p:trticular'y are invited to gira
& a call. Bememher the place.
DUN LAP. STEWART REED,
No. 4 and S. Market St., Warren.
September 3fl. 1FSS.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE,
la the New Building, opposite the Democrat Of
fice, Matm Street, Warren, Ohio.
Baktlctt a Brow j, have received their Spring and
Summer Clothingjnd are prepared to exhibit the cheap
est and most desirable lot of clothing ever offered ia
this market, consisting ef all the varieties of Coata,
Frocks. Pants. Vests, we., of the latest styles. Also,
BOYS CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, and a full stock
of GENTLEMEN'S' aVL'RNISHING GOODS. A large
stock of Broadcloths, Caasimeres and Testings, ef rich
and durable quality. AU who wish to purchase Cloth
ing. made to order, are respectfully invited to examine
our goods, and I earn the prices, before purchasing, as
we feel confident we cannot be beaten in quality,
style or workmanship.
CARD. -The Proprieters return their sincere thanks
to the people of Warren atd rieinity, for the generous
patronage hitherto awarded them, and res)ectfu ! ly ask
for a continuance. P. T. BARTLETT,
Warren, June 40, 1A5S. G.W.BROWN.
'PHE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW,
J- We are now making this celebrated Plow. Thos-s
who have tried it, say it surpasses any ether kind of
plow in use. Several premiums have been awarded i.
at State and County Fair. J. B, M0RLBY eY Co.
WHAT YOU WILL FIND at the
T T NEW LYME WATER CURK.
Large and commodious buildings pure spring Water
a pleasant location, delightful climate, kind and ca
pable assistants, pleasant rooms, with a large number
of invalids, generally doing well. Por farther particu
lars. aid re? s p. KBK, M. D-,
July la, lKSJ-6m . New Lyme, 0.
4 RE YOU INSURED?
x JL If not, apply to the JStna Agency. In Warren
the oldest, safest, and best company iu the country,
with a cash capital of fOu.OOG. Prompt la business,
and equitable in adjusting losses.
Warren, ang 1-tf J. D. WATSON, Agent.
FOSGATE'S ANODYNE CORDIAL,
a celebrated and popnlar remedy for Suuser Com
plaint : the genuine for sale hj
SHOT GUNS. Best Stubb fc Twist
dli. brU shot ran, at A. L. MORLBT'S.
FENCE PALINGS We keep on hand
a good stock of Pence Palings ready for use, which
we can sell cheap. They make the nicest fence for the
Lsast money, that is now made very fashionable too
June 6, lKio. SPEAR Jt SON.
F "AND WARRANTS WANTED!
lJ AD persona having Land Warrants to sell, can
obtain the highest market price for them by calling on
the subscriber, at the Western Reserve Bank.
July 25-tf J. S. EDWARDS.
T ANTED! 20,000 ACRES!
Twenty thousand err? in Land Warrant wan
ted for Immediate ase. High prices paid in cash,, o,
delivery, by 1. K. Bl'RNH AM,
At tn. office of the Probate Court, Warren, 0.
VfAIL RODS. Sweeds Iron, Cultivator
1.1 Teeth Anvils and Vices, at
Jel3 A. L. MOB LEY'S.
MEDICAL WORKS I Meig's Ob
stetirs ; Danlisan'a Divtionary ; Wilson's
Anatomy ; Druitt's Surtrery ; Calombau on Disease
of Females ; Carpenter's Physiology ; GriffthV Medi
aal Botany: Gross' Pathological Anatomy ; St i lie's da.
ct ' Sep 19 BALDWIN'S.
gTATE OF OHIO. Trumbull County.
Arms A Murray)
vs. Suit la Attachment.
Henry Morgan, f
An Attachment was i.sued In the aove cause, acainst
the property of said defendant, on the l-vh day of Sep
temher, 1K5, by An irew Gartiner. a justice ef the
Peace, of llu'baril townshiu. in sttid Connty, for the
sum of Ten Dollars and yevf nty-slx cents, and costs,
on a note of said defendant made to lluh Love
Said cause will be for hearing, liefore said Juatice,
on the iTth day of October, ltiii, at 1 o'clock. P. 31.
Pet 3. IHjj iw
TTACUMENT NOTICE !
I V. Bvf ore Lyman P. Andrews, Esq., a Justice of the
Peace of Kinsman. Trnmhull County. Ohia.
Allen Oillis, Belt
vs. ( in Attach-
Anthony Walter and John Gaus. menu
On the a-.'d day of Ausun, A. D. 1SJ5. nid Jnsti-e is
sued aa or ler of atu'hujent in the a'-ove nwntioued
case, aeainst the eoo-ls. chattels, etc., of said defend
ants for the sum of 8T 09 and costs. Said cne aaa
been continued fr hearing to the 5th day of October,
li-ii, al 1 o'clock P, JL
Oct. 3, lfSV-Jt ALLE3 GILLTS
NOTICE OF SALE!
1.1 Persopal property belonging to the estate of Da
vid Cltapruan, decd, consisttug of a Dniry of Cows,
two Horses, r'ariuiiig TotIs, two Wagons, a quantity of
U.-aiu. aud ether l-cuer:y, will be sold at vendue, at
the late resilience of said David Chapman, on the If th
day cf Oct iljer. commencing at ID o'clock A. Maud
will cot tiaue from day te dy therfafter, if necessary.
until the property is ail eold.
erutn, Oct. J, lfNo.-3t l . A. a uojirsv.i, aor.
STR1KEN0W, WHILE THE IRON
li HOT I A B.tKK CH AXOt F0H A BARGAIN
can be had by applyins; i imedialely, as I wish so
West by the wiiddle or nept. mier,to airy a lew montn.
1 want to sell my building on tne east sine oi stain su,
all my Groctrries now on hand, and some Ouns and sun
fixtures, toclln-r with Gunsmith Tools, and will olfer
th.-ra at a la'ain for the sake of closing out. Also, a
Building l ot on the West side of Jlain street, 90 feet
front by SO feet deep a good location for bwines.
Call soon, and loot at said property, if yoa wish t !
FWarn". Auijust 3, 18M. J0IL1 DAT.
R. Jlorley k Co., ar. bow able to supply Mil
lers and others with a new corn cracacr, the best im
C!"e. aug 15
i DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE !
i v Notice is httreby given, that T. A. Thompson hag
been appointed and (tnatined as A-imininrator en the
entate of David hapmn, lata of Vernon, TrumiiUU
County. Ohio, dee'd.
irt. X lr-5j.-t ' T. A. TH0MP30S.
CLOAN'S OINTMENT AND CON-
O DtTloN POWDERS can be had at
aug EAMITH fc CO'.
' rilEHOISERY Department. Partic-
X. nlax attention is pii 1 to this part of oar business.
lAdie, an-1 geutleuten, boys and girls, can 8ml almost
anything they want in this line of Tri. gilk. Black
and Kancy Colors, Cashmere. Slate Brown. Black and
White Cotton Hose, K:incy Striped and Muted HaJI
lliws sad a Urje i.ao,i?y flT ehlHr. .
apr X S.. S. non CO.
PAINTING. C. C. McNitt, Houw.
Bisa and Ornament! Painter, Main etre t. (over
Oold stein's Coining- BtoraJ Warrwn, O." Bry an .
ground sine for sale. au 13.
DR. S. D. HARDMAN, Phyian fur
Diseases of the Lunt:. (formerly lsi isut 1 hjr
sirtan to Cincinnati .Marine Hospital.) now 1 a :t.m
to tiie Salem Lacs; lust tnte .
Will he at hi- rooms, tii-! Xlouae, Warrr-n, fatur
day, October 7. - -
Haveuiia, Prentiss House, Wednesday. Octr
Akron, Kit pi re House. TiuirdaT. lh:Uir
Cautoa. s'rariklin House, 0-toi t-r U'.
inssilLvn, Tremont Itou-e. t:to'r 3J.
U'Mw-ttawP. Kall.iltf- UnM1 fk..,.,, It
New liriyhton. Fa., Octoiei asU i'tu.
iJr. Jlartlssan treats Ciii-.-ttiiti-,,-.;, i,. hr .'. ;. -
na. Laryoritis. and all disc l? i Ui; r .-. t . --s
by Menu atsp iKuaLaTioa, Ut iy watiJ if r ., -
atn Hospital. Loadon. The -.ii. i;. ,
sneat of all human m.bvJir. ; tu - .a
a direct manner. AM mclieiu- are e.st.r u' . r
action upon the organ reu.ri; r-iei. i...-;.a i a
important fact upon which InSalaito i ?. .." I, -. a
stouach ia diseased, we tak? b.-:.cmea fi'r-M,y i: VJ
Uie stomach. If the laotfs are tu. "rc;'-r -bale
medicated Tapora dir ii, nto ;h j -
eiueaare the antidotes to d -arr. t -1 - t.i
plied to the rery seat of diseajie. to ' -,;,
nttcation of this principle to th trctr. et t
of the luntrs. for it gives us "ir-ct a.c--n " T-Iricateatr-cellsanrl
tnhes whieh lie or., - f : '" -.-
ry other means of a-lminstertrs; xner'-clne. ; -son
why consumption, and other d:.c sr o. i ' 1 .. t.
haTe heretofore resisted ait ireatn.eia.har ' i e-; "
they hare never oeeu approaci:; iu a a.r i cu-., r
hy medicine. They were Ipteidcl t.) - r. tUe
hiura, and yet were applied to the sUin-f'! ' ner sc
Uod was intended to be local, and ye. they wen- so ad
ministered that they eouid only act Con. Xit onlr,
expending their principal and immedUt- .. r ui. a
the smofTendins; stomach-, whilst the foul uieer ;ti.ia
the lung were unmolested! Inhalation 1 r:-v tiie
medicine in direct contact with the diseac.-. -utue
disadrantaite of any violent action. Iu n !u- .:ior ia
so simple, that it can be employed by the .i; r-ert in
fant, or feeblest invalid. It does not derange the sto
mach, or interfere in the amalleaC derv-, with the
strength, comfort or business of the iiiet. The re
port of the Brompton Hospital. Loniou.iV rs a recov
ery of fomr-fifths of eases treated by Iuhaiatt .n. If
properly employed, there km ae ease so loir, it will bo
TTT The Inhalations are compounded from te ori
fiaal formulas used in the Brompton Soepital, ton do a.
N o ehanre for eonsultauow.
C053CMPTI05 CUBKD-CASB OF Mr. A. J. 81im.
Salem. 0, Amm. 4th,
IVe. H : I have iweraevereil lc the use ot
your remedies from the day I first got medicines, of
you, and can truly say that my health baa rapiaiy iot
B roved. My eoatrh has left me, expectoration hea.thv
and natural, appetite rood ; Indeed a disappeare'-ce of
all my Bymptoma. My strength Is so nnch restored
that I am able to do a days work In the harvet d.e.d
and leei that I am again restored to food" health.
Mr. Shina had la ered for five ye re under tuoerca-
lar diseaae. coeamonly called consumption, with frer
cuentnigh eweat,ehiU fever, distreeaicc eoufrh, and
expectoratrAB ei perwjeni mauvr ana Brnnrriiace,
great debility and einac nation. Treatment commeneed
Jane . - tct 3
EGAL NOTICE !
i-J Joweph Perkins, Pi's.
Court of Com
Horatio Baeeomb, Admr ef Caroline
Newell: Caroline Baeeomb, Milton I
SntHff, And'w ?. Neweu, Blleo M. Bae-
Mni mwiA Ransw aauftmK IWV. I
Henry twseemh. a dob -res ment of the Kate of unto,
te hereby notified, that en the 1st day ef Oetoocr, A. D,
H55. the plaintiff filed his petition against the defend
ants ia said Court, alleging that Caroline Newell, on
the first day ef April, A- D. 1-42, entered Into a written
cam tract with said plaintiff. Cor the pare base ef certaia
real estate, situate la Warren, and known as Thole of
lot No. 14 la Perkins' addition to Warren. Said peti
tion further alleges, that the said Caroline Newell haa
deceased, leaving Andrew P Newell ard Caroline bas
comb, wife ef Horatio Baeeomb, her eiiiUlieu., and
Henry Bascomh and Ellen M. Baseoeab, her grand-'
children and heirs at law, and that said Caroline New-,
ell has not paid anything on said land, and that there
was due, en the first nay of January, 18&S, the sum of
et5tC,l. tor which with interest from the said 1st day
of January, 1PS5, the plaintiff asks a decree, or judg
ment against Horatio Bascomo, Administrator on tae
estate of Caroline Newell, dee'd. and la default f pay
ment, that the Court will order that said land be sold
to pay said sum due, with aeerning interest, taxes, and
costs of this suit. The defendant, Henry Baeeomb. a
non-resident of this State, will take notice, that unless
he answers said petition by the S4ta day ef November.
lr 53. said plaintiff will take Judgment against said An-
ilajstrater, ae pray c rat in said petition.
i. ft. TJ. H. HUTCTflNS.
Oct. 3, 1653.-01 AUy's for Plain tiff.
rpHE GREAT DISCUSSION-Be-
-a. rweea ivrv. nuv aaaaTT, ana jocl nrrasrr,
EsoH will he published en the 1st of oeDteinher. t
GliO. ADAMS .Warren, 0.
This book will be a large o mo. roL of ovr 4v pa
ges, closely printed and weU btMiad. It wiii e cne of
the cheapest books, for f 1.35, that we have evr so!d.
There will be. ef this edition, but one thousand co
pies printed ; it would be adviear le. therefore, f r those
who weald be euro of a copy, to leave or ser.i in zhj
names, so they may be oa oar bet before we supvly tho
demnad for the book from nearly every coanty in this
(ttate, as well as frea numerous local! ias ii t'. ana
ceot States. Names eaa be left at
aug 23 ADAJCr BO0K3T0IIB.
ELANO'S KDEPESDEXT Horbi
The saoeeribers are bow prertareri to ma;.uf irfur- and
furnish the above rake. Ae it ia now genr riU.j in use
in this County, and its merits so well known , we d. not
deem it necessary to name its good Cjttaiit'M.
CBOWELL'3 THERMOMETER cnURX. th Vsi in
ase, and PROVISION SAJ4, whica to fair V --aia
be without, furnished at low prices All v : nf sbup
work, sawing. Planing, Turning, dtc , rttrr pr-73. i f
and in good style.
GIL MO UK'S PATENT BEE HCrSE. ?T:ve art Tte
eeipt for feeding. We are a!o agenu for rj- i'-.-ve,
and are ready to saannfsxtare them,acti (Lsc e of :tu
ship er individual rights.
Call at tho NOVELTY WORKS, West side Mahoning
river. Warren, Ohio.
Ang 1-f HBS3ENGER Jt T1MMT RMA.V.
LEGAL NOTICE. la the Court; cf
Common pleas of Trumbull County, Ohio.
John Brneet, "1
Jeremiah Church, Civil Actio. Attachment.
William Church, and
U. 14. Harmon, df t s-J
Jeremiah Chuca, one of tho defendants, and a
non-residents of the State of Ohio, io h?-- Kr r.o
tided, thai on the 5th day of September. A. U 1 ii.
the Plaintiff filed hin petittoa aca.nst tu i -n-danta,
io said 'ourt, alleging that the d rj ants
are indebted to him ia the sum of $0H. r;,H lmreit
from July 1st, IKii, with 6 per rent. penrUv a .d cot
of a protest for money paid by plaintiff, to the Vjrtage
County Branch Bank, at Ravenna, la said Pjrtage Co.,
Ohio, for said defendants.
Tbe plaintiff, will take Judgment by default arVnet
said Jeremiah Church for the sam and inter t and pe
nalty ae aforesaid, anleea -hey answer by the 3d tiay of
November, A. D. 15S.
J. sY U. H. HUTCHINSi Atty's for Plain tiff.
Sept- IX TS5w.
George C Cook, Plaintiff,
9. Britton, Geo. W. Peck. Hiram C.
Grover, Joseph Brittoa, S. 8. Skinner,
S. C Peck. W. Whitcomb, A- Bell. G.
P. Waldo, The Cleveland and Mahon
ing Rail Road Company, UUey ripen
eer, Stephen Burnett, Bll Bartholo
In the Court
Ptess for the
V County ef
State of Ohio.
S. Britton, G. W. Peek, Hiram C. Grover, 3. S. Skin
ner, 8. C. Peck, W. Whitcomb, A, Bell. G. P. Waldo
and Ctley Spencer, party defendants, aon-reeidenta ef
the State of Ohio, are hereby noufied that on the 8th
da, of September, A D lH6i, the plaintiff filed bis peti
tion against the defendant in sad Court, alleging
that tlte defendants, S. Britton, Geo W. Peck, Joseph
W. Britton and Ctley Spencer, under the firm of Brit
ton Peck sa Company, are Indebted to him oa their
promisoory note, in the snm of one thousand four hun
dred and seventy-six dollars and thirty-nine cents,
with interest from the 19th day of Aognst A D IK4, at
the rata of ten per -sent Plaintiff farther ailegee,
that Britfon, Peck At Co, as collateral security for the
payment of said note, with the assent of H. C. Grov.-rf
a me moor of the firm ef Britton, Peck, Grover fc Com
pany, en the said 19ta day of August, 154. assigned
to said Geo. C. Cook, plaiatiff, three thousand do. tare
of the stock of the Cleveland ft. Mahoning Ka.l Road
Company, said stock being included in a final settle
ment for work done under a contract between said R.
R. Co mi -any and Britton. Peck. Grover fc CTmp-uy.
Tbe Plaintiff farther alleges in said petition, that
said S C. Peck. S.S. Skinner, W. Whitcomb, A. Keiland
G. P. Waldo, who claimed an interest in saM stork on
said 19th day of Aarust. Ie64. releaed their clim to
said stock, and consented to the transfer thereof.
Petitioner further alleges that said R. . Company
owe said stock to said Brittoa, Peek, Grover sc. Co- and
that his claim is prior to the claims of these defend
ants, who have garnisheed said Rail Road Company.
The Plaintiff will take iudg-ment by lefanlt iirani3t
said Britton, Peck dc Co., fur $1.-T6 3-, with irfre
froa. th 19th day of August. 1K4, at th r ite of t a
per cent-, and oHtain a decree against said R:ll Road
Company to deliver said stock to said plain till, ar. r i
inc to the terms of said assignsseot, unless -wi -f -f rr fen-
dan ts, who are non-residents answer said Petition by
tbe 10th day of Novemixr, 'S55.
J. at v. H. ntiC!it-?,
September 19. 1853-fit Au'js for P nx :f.
Notice ia hereby riven, that in fMtrini -i c- of an
orderofstle issued by tta Frohete Omit f t ;; : u I
Cownty. Ohio, the anderuined, a 'iuar tn:i : v
i. Krney and Srah E. Keray. w-li ep rz tc at
DQblie vendeje. on the prenvrea. on te lOtu t,i 0c
tooer. A D lr5i. between the hours oi Ii o.i- ; tJi-a
forenoon and 4 o'clock tn the aft?ruo - r sa: 1 iKv,
tbe following described Ion 'mf to -u ! aiiEnrs,
Jitu-ite in the VillAje Plat of Bm L Jcid.Tru n nilcnun-
ty,thio, to wit: Village loin No. 51 ai: .. -l.m ir
:o Martha J. Herney, wnien ane noun'., x m ,i.-er.-v i
u follows, via: Beainmas; io tte erntre ot ;;- r .-
rwnuinr. eaid) and west throu,-n saM tt v M. i . t
the nio-th-wet corner of lan l nu. ( '-. ! t.
ed by ;-ow Smith: thence rnntn. ,; jout'.i ai : t -t
line of Smith s lawd, ca. J .111. s f. i.: ... o.
hit No. ii. iu said plat: thenee ft il-s; .r . - s
suracient distance th-it a Trie ru.i .-z 1.0
with the line of ud Smi'V. Un I, to 1 c een.. i t
highway af.trcsaid, and theuce -.st to tiie
fiuuine, shall contain two aci.-s ami s:xv t'-r.-- r -s
ofland. Alselo: So.46. in that, wa nl no: : -.
Also, lot o. "W ia the Villa; ':' of Lr- icu-j
bel'Miftini to said rah B. Ker..--.
Term, made know, .n th. fi.
Hah it 1 'I KK' '
Sept. 19. lPSVSt - : '.'-vt
fL0WS, PLOWS. Wc ar. n.,v ir-. -kicr
and kee. constantly on hand :iie l-.Vy:..,
popular Plows :
Long' No. 1, Corn Pl.ia.
do Ii.. J- Sward do
do ' 5.. 4, do do
star, do de de
Buckeye, d. d.
Michigan Doable, ds
Bub Soil, do
- Cultivator with Cast Irwa and Steel Teeth, flow,
leputred oa abort notice.
Sepltf J. B. MOBXET at Co.
PUT IX WHEAT EARLY.
Tanners! cow I the time t. arepere Up? f.r
wheat. Don't fore-et the lessons of the p-t t. j 'rs.
Kemember that early mi wheat yenerally rt(sthe
rust an d the mide. worm, (weevil.) We r.ovae:e
farmers wh. intend to sow all their wheat be;', rc tho
U.H of tbi month. Aarust. Bee t .1 ale. that t ie 'and
is deeply plowed and well drained, thea the crop will
be ready te withstand either a dry ot a vet season.
N.w is the time to eer on sfJ. B- Wor'rye) Cos
Kichigaa Soabie, er Sub-Soil Plow, au. la.
FINE ASSORTMENT'oF PURE
i. LIQI-0R3 for Jtedleinal purposed and tai.l to be
the beat in town. al may 31 j POBTBB It Co.'.
ATEWARK VARNISH Coach and
jPuralrurw, warTtiilwd rtrrm TuaJtaa. fcr .. hr
a. a, eatiiH es v.v.