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T0Castial advertisements to be paid fur when hand
ed in. .
fl-ivinc snper'ar asstment of JoS Printin? mate
rial, we sre pr;arr l to execute in the h-st manner, &!!
kinds of plain u4 fancy Bik and Job Printing,
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In hot errry tbinr done in the shv ftf Printinr. mt
price tiit cnnrtf.iil tosatt. an J with the ffreateM !is
pnteh. We keen onnat:tiy on hn a cot4 assortmeiit
f Ciris an 1 fine ttionery, from whica those in want
of Printing can select.
JntfcwCan:1 ConstaWo. Clanks,
WARRANTEE. M0ST0 flR t QCIT CLAIM BEEDS
BSUnUy on haudand for sale.
Court of Common Pleas.
Tho Court adjosrned on Satarday last,
after a laborious session of three weeks.
All the business ready for the Court,
was disposed of, and the docket, thus
cleared of a large number ef casi-s. Xo
-criminal trials took place, there being no
indictments for offences not cognizable
by the Probate Court.
Amon? the civil cases, several were
quite interesting. The -case of Bur
roughs vs. Bosworth. attracted a good
deal of attention. It was a 6uit bionht
fcy the heirs o( former proprietor of large
tracts of land in Lordstown, against Mr.
C L. Boswoth, for a balance claimed
as due on old contracts, and the testimo
ny brought out many circumstances and
historical reminiscences connected with
the early settlement of Warren and this
vicinity. The Jury decided in favor cf
Mr. Bosworth, bringing in a verdict for
the amount he had dnsttied to be due,
and for which he had offered to confess
judgment, acd disallowing the rest ; thus
throwing the costs upon the plaintiff.
The case of Talcott vs. Woodfoxd,
for breach of promise to marry, was one
of peculiar interest. The plaintiff bein
a very interesting looking young woman,
who testiSed that she had been seduced
by the defendant, under promise of mar
riage, and then abandoned. Many of
the circumstances proved indicated great
hearUessuess and criminality ou the
part of the reducer, and popular opiuion
abundantly sustain the jury in bringing
in a heavy verdict of exemplaiy dama
ges: iuJirment beinir rendered against
4he defendant in the sum of S1000.
Although many other suits were for
4args amounts, and were, no douht, very
interesting to the parties, there was no
thing which made them of sufficient pub
lic interest to warrant a particular notice
Cosmopolitan Art Association
This association commenced operations
iast year, nnd dis ributed among the
ticket holders many valuable specimens
ofstatuay, (among them Power's Greek
Slave) br nre statuettes and paintings,
besides giving to each subscriber, one
copy of one of the be-1 American or Eng
lish magazines. The same plan will be
persu-d the jresent year, and a sti!l lar
ger catalogue cf statuary and paintings
than that -of last year, is presented to tire
public. The most valuable among the
statutes is the Genoa Crucifix, the work
-of Fra Carlo An onio Pesenu, an Italian
Monk, and purchased by the American
Consul, at Genoa. This Art Union is
simply aa association by which each
member receives the full value of his sub
scription, in the shape -of a magazine of
current literature, at theordin .ry retail
price, the nett profit e which is devoted
to the purchase ef specimens of the fine
-arts, which are distributed among the
Cosmopolitan Art Association Family Provisions.
Fresco Hall, at the corner of Main and
Xiberty streets, lias been changed from ;
saloon, to a provision and grocery ;
atore, where the substantial, the raw J
are sold. Instead of ice cream
and lemonade, tLere is fioui. hams, and
potatoes ; and instead of oysters, fried j
and stewed, there is No. 1 mackeral in
kits, shad, white and codfish. This is
quite a change ia the articles sold, but
4he salesman has not changed. Our old
friend, William Greek, is still at his
post, and. measures out vinegar and mo i
with the same politeness and titll
with which he once heaped up a glass of
ale ; and weighs out te t and butier, as
rasefullj s he one- filed a dish with !
icecream. Those whose larders need
replenishing, wi l find supplies fit iLis
ine annual meeting of the Trumbull
Qpunly Asrirakurd Society, will be bt-W I
at the office of ihe Secretary, on Monday
the 3d day of December next, at one
o'clock P.M. At T.hk-h tit::- ihe Cora-1
rnittee on crops will tvp i. XV. persons '
... ' . !
xpecing to compete for prtmiums.
farm crops, will have them entered with ;
the Secretary by that lime, and be on !
liand wili liieirwcirainsaod nf& Javiis. !
lorms for -which were published, with J
the list of premiums last scriai-. 023-
trs for the enMuina year will be e'tcted !
mm. .1 t i '
nu some other matters of material in-
' 1,1 (al
,ere1 00:116 nP- As many as can, are ;
4-eques:ea lo stttnd, or elst "forever af
ter hold their peace."
PHILO E. REED, Secretary.
Physician for Diseases of the Lun'"
will be at his room-i at the Gakill House,
Tuesday, Nov. 27tn.
A correpondi-iit at Ni'es, wiites us as
"The St. ChaiW Until came v.-rv
, . , , ... . i "
near burnjpi: down asl nilii. a fire liHV
in,' bio'Ken out from tbe stove-p:pe pass
inj through one if '.he- bed chnmbcr?.
One bed nA bedteMtl wire bn ri d en
tirely, and s!.i.at -70 ot
clotiiin,' bel.m-jin to the
loss in all, prrhap 151.
Ti.e Engineers are now r.i tkin
final joca ion of the Ashtabul.i k
Lib-m Uil Road through our village.
It will in all probability, p;i-s r.!-n..; thro'
the western part of the town, and cross
the Mahoning 33 r 40 rods above the
old bridge. The Iron Works of J. Wacd
St Co., are in full operation. n 1 as I ua
derstand overflowing with orders
The old Grist Mill has been over
hauled and repaired up in good order,
and an engine is being attached to k, by
Dr. Woods, of your place and Jaue
Hkatox, Jr. A new engine shop is car
ried ou in the south village, by the
Messrs. Cartkrs. A foundry is about
tjoing into oueratin, under the fiim of
SWEAGEX & McGARVEV.
The Contractors hereabouts, on the
Uieveland e Mahoning 14. K., are
gressing as sl as the weather wil
NILES, O., Nov. 17, 1855.
Below we publish, verbttim, a speci
men of the consolin;; epistles we some
times receive. The writtrowes us for
the Chronicle for the time, we have been
engaged m its publication, and how
much to the former proprietor, we do
not know. One thinr, however, we
must give him credit for. lie sent u
the information himself, and docs not
leave us to find it;' out at some futun
time. Perhaps, if we knew his where
abouts, we woulj'send him a receipt in
"Mr aadams andg n hapg-ood you May
slop My paper for i will Be out of .the
iate JSetvreyou get this Joseph D. Lov-
For the last two weeks we have ha
an almost uninterrupted series of rainy,
cloudv days and dark nights. Every
body has the dumps. The roheumatics
creep into the limbs, and bad colds into
the heads of lialf of the people. Those
who thought themselves rid of the fever
and Kgue, commence shaking again.
The ladies are dull ; the men cross ; the
streets are muddy ; the meichants look
sour ; the papers have no news, (ours is
as prosy as the rest.) and the devil him
selr, (our printers devil, we mean,) think
we are having a decidedly mean lime
Morris J. Iddings, of 1 lowland,
ploughed two acres of land one", after
oals, sowed wheat, and harvested eighty
bushels ef "beat. Immediately after
cutting the wheat, it was thrashed, and
sold for SI 25 per bushel. The receipts
were therefore fifty dollars per acre, for
one year. If the wheat had not been
sold for sixty days, the amount would
have been S70 per acre, as within that
time the price of wheat had risen to
6 1 75 per bushel. Mr. Ausri n must try
A Perfect Cure for Stammering and Stuttering.
I feel it due to the cause of humanity
and human suffering, to say that Dr.
French, who is now staying at the Amer
ican House, in this place, called at my
residence, on WilKam street, this morn
ing, and cured rrry daughter of what I
supposed was a confirmed habit of stam
mering, in the short space of 15 minutes.
MARIA M. BARTLETT.
WARREN, O., Nov. 19, 1855.
Thisjusily celebrated Company ofYo
calists gave a Conicrt at Empire Hall
on Monday evening lat, to a large audi
ence. Few Companies have ever visited
our place, possessing the musical talent
evinced by this one. ' All in attendance
were highly delighted, and with pleasure
heard the announcement that another
..entertainment would be given c n Tues-
day e ening, the 20th ii;st.
pi,- arl(i lht ..Ma;d of Croissey," with
Songs, Dances': &c. Of the talent of
,lc Company, we can ft eak more advi
materials, cedlv after eeinr thrm
"Couldock's Dramatic Company" are
announced to appear ibis evening, at
Empire Hall. The attractions for the
occasion are "A Glan- t P;i.,h.l.
Singular Origm of a Firs. On Sun
Jasses day lat some rhildien playing in the
T,1S PliES3 AS0 THS DarA Kxock
and Dows Argcmknt An affray took place
. 13-.. u i I c. i i. 1 .
Pittsburgh, on Saturday m .hi, be-
iween Robert Mr. Rid-We. Eso.. edi;.,r f
Comes off on Thursday next. Divine
service will be had at the Methodist
Church in the forenoon. In the after
noon, turktes, pumpkin pies, and social
intercourse, will be in order.
house of Geo W. -Angel!, of Bedford,
Miciryan, discovered .-moke coming up
through the boards and gave the aldim,
when the boards were removed and a
mouse s nest discovered, inio which ihe
li;le animal had dragged afriction malcli.
The match had probitbl been ignited by
jthe movements of tlx; mjitse, and but
for it timely discovery mut.t have cau-ed
The Advantage of SiNuJ.vo.-If vou
woul ikeep Spring in your hearts. Ie",;rn
to ti'ng. There is more in melody than
P'P12 are aware of A co bier who
81mwths hs watn J' w' .g. will
do as muca work m a day as one "iven
tt ai-nature and fretting would effect in
a week. Songs are. like sunshine ; thev
ruB to cheeri'uin ss ; they 11 ;he hou.-e
.wi!U such buoyancy, that, for the time
rt,..it,r t-nn f...! fill... I V
'"r J win. w unc air, or a
ruta.Jow of clover in blosxim.
the Journal, ai'.d Charles M'C. Hav
Eq., Attorney at Law. It is said that,
li.ey met ou Market street, the lawyer
ajtphed an offensive pfchet to the editor;
whereupon, Mr. .'Ri.'dle apolied the ar
'juiitentum ad homittein to the aggressor
by knockiug him oV'iwn. The reprecn
laiive of ihs liar immediately became
very quiel. '
Important from the Russian Possession
j;v s.i-rivsl of the liny Lai
i O'eu.-yf. at ban Francisco, we liavc tiai.
1 fr"m lhe liau po.-,c.v,iuns to the 10
! o! Ativ:it. Ou Unit dv Iwo Briiis
ir . . -' ,. ,
! fn:ut-.- entered bay ol Aj an, nn
j ,)rum. eJ lo tl,.,t!ov a!l goVt, ,ue.
p -..pt ity in Uie. viciiiit . 'i he K;.ss ; I
; tl j. can un wU nit of tiieir goods, a
nSii Hi nt ;he ijiKiiii .-ijaaiJijii HiilVcd I
I s' A in t imihi. ,ii:d a 'mill vesst
'on the siotks. tc burned. Ther
vne ill Avail, at tire tune ol lis captui
by ti.e Biuii live Aim iumii rhips, tli
i'vlrti, the Gto, i,c, l e Unliun, the J'hl
Hi;d ti.e Leet.t. Tiie Lrnis:l coa
iiiauiU-i ciai.i.e.l Unit the l.ttler ai
iiu.-iiin essel, and ordered iLe captai
to his i npfis. He WHstiiihl'y cull
vineed of his mistake, and went awa
cursing tiie Yankees. Next day he if
sued a piocl-iw itiun, ordering all ih
American vessels out of ihe poll. The
liad tome in to wood and water, tud ha
nol completed tiieir stock ; but the inso
leni Englishman was iuexorable. an
compelled theru to leave. What a pil
thai two American vessels, of nearh
eiiual weight, did nol arrive at that junc
ture ! (Jitve. Leu ier.
Love Among the Turks.
- A young man, desperately in love
with a girl .it Stancho. eagerly sought to
marry her, but his proposal was rejected.
In consequence of his disappointment,
he bough., some poison an! destroyed
himself. The Turkish police instant'y
arrested the father ol the young woman,
as the cau-e, by implicasiiin. of the young
man's death, under the fifth species of
homicide ; he became, therefore, amena
ble for this act of suicide. When the
caue cara before the magistrate, it was
urged literally, by the accusers, that ii
he, the accused, had not a daughter, Ihe
deceased would nol have fallen in love,
consequently he would not have been
disappointed, and had died. Upon all
llicse counts he was mulcted to pay the
price of the young man's life, hch was
tixed at eighty piastres, and was accord
Carkyixo it Too Far. The market
for brt-ad:;tu.Ts on this side of ihe water,
said to be much above the advanced
prices ruling in Liverpool and London.
The French can now buy cheaper there
than here. The Xew York Post says
that the shipments now making arc at
one to two dollars including charges per
barrel more for flour than in Liverpool ;
and this fact alone renders bill drawn
against them unsafe. iSpecui ition has
been carried too far. The advanc in the
foreign markets his been more than an
tieipaied long ago, and as the daily sup
plies in tiie New Vork market have much
increased of lale, prices are declining.
We no.e another decline in n ur and.
grain in the market, and the tendency is
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
LyllE highest market price will be paid
f jr Luiil Warnuts of all .izes.
Those It ivinc Warranuto disnaseof. will nle.tsecall
the au:.acri!r. at li. A. amith 6t Co.' Dri-j St.ire.
Harren.JaaeS, lrsw-jr KOrt AKD A. Siliril.
IDWARD E. HOYT & CO.
Are now receiving a ruenl assortment of Fall
Winter (iuo.U, hich they arill oJer at ince to
insure rji.ly aatea. fall and fee us at Ko.' 1 an.l 3.
River Bluclt. 7
TEW AND GOOD. Just received
larire stuck of Kail Load Witches in 0 .1,1 and
irer l.uiea. ut. KIXQ lc liK'JX'iiER.
LARGE ASSORTMENT FGoTj
i. Kreaat Pins and Ear Drum, of ever, d.irrii.n,,.
price. UOr7 KIXG'b.
LARD OIL and Ca l.phene Lamps of
all size: Toys and and fauer Goods of mt.
ILVER PLATED AND GERMAN
LVEK SPOONS AND FORKS alw.vs on
s Iver spoons of every size made to order.
ait soo.is and work wai ranted.
No- 9 tlain street. KIXH r P.ROTHBR.
'TH -; S I'ATE UF OHIO, Trumbull
Roliert M'. lUtlilf,
1 Before JelTerson Palm, a Jus-
tice of the I-i-m. of U
E. D. Howard. townshiu.
The defendant. E. D. llowar.1. is bei-1. nmittA tl..t
plaintiir had an order of a tachiaenl issued in tlii.
action, on thetkh day of Novenilnu-. A D lrj.1. to reco
ot the aid ilereudant the sum of $3.'.1-J, due ou a
promissory note daled SejiC 1st, inZ4. p iya de in oue
yearafer date for thirty dollars, with interet- wh.el.
of at.acbmei.t has heen served an.l re u rued, and
s.tid action has lietn continn.! to th'---Jd day of
Decemi.er. A l Iri5. at one o'clock P M. The delend.
will also take notice tliat tiie pbtintiif will testify on
trial of said case. , 11. F. HOFr'MaN.
Nov ii, IeSi-3t Atfy for Pl'ff.
TMPOKtXnT TO THE AFFLICTED.
lilt. FUKNCII, at the Americ in House, has treated
successfully, several cases of STrrTiRiNo and
fTilicmsa, iu tii is vicinity. His method of curing
painful defects, is at once simi'leaud rfect.
oilers to forfeit $iU if any one can naturally stam
or stutter and follow his direc' iors.
he will leave in a short time, those who desire to
consult him hid Wetter call toon. novl4-I
osiiua w. Pi-;cKs estate.
Nolic is hereby eiven that the aulucrilu-rroi.he.n
piwint ,-d and ouali led as adiuiuiclratriv on the eai-.i
J. W. Peck, late of Tniniiall County, deceased. Da
ted at Hon land this !th day of Novemlier, 1-jj
nom-t JL LXA E. PECK.
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASS0C1A
TIOX SECOND YEAR.
Ar ran cements for the Second Annual Co'liwtinn nf
new and Popular Institution for the d illusion of
Literature and Art, have lieen made on the must ex
Among the works already engaged, is the far-famed
originally cost Ten Thousand Dollars.
forming the New Collection, the di Jus ion of
American Art, a- d the encouragement oi Americ in gen
ius hare not neen overlooked. Commissions hare been
t. many of the most distinguished American Art-
, wio wiu contribute some of their finest nroduc
ins. Among them are three 31arlde Busts, executed
the trreatest living Sculptor Hikam Powxrs.
v. asiumjton, the father of his Country.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, the Philosopher.
DANIEL WEBSTER. the Statesman.
special agent has visited Europe and made care
and judicial selections ot foreign works of Art, both
itrouie ami jutrie : et uuary and t:boice Paintines.
Tiie whole forming a larire aud valtta'de ctdlertian
Paintings an 1 Statuary, to be districted FKEK
tiie men. hers of the Association for the ... I
TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP.
- payment of Three Dollars corst;tnt- nv nn
menilrer of this Associution, aud entitlt-s hi-n to either
or tne .va-raxmes tor one ye r, and also a ticket in
distrilmi on of the Statuary and Paintir.g.
i'he Literature ssard to su'iscri'-ers xonsists of the
following Monthly Magazines: Harper's, Putnam's.
Knickerl.ocker, Kiacknuod1. Household Wonts, Ura
hanrs, and Godty's Laity's Book.
Persons tnking five memberships are entitled to sny
of tbe Magaxines for one year, and to six tickets in
distribution. The net proceeds derived frm Uie
mctn .erships, are devot-l to the purchase of
of Art for the hi suing ye;ir.
THE ADVANTAGES SECURED
a mem'-er of this Asfocislion, are
1st. All p?rofi receive tiie full value of their snh
srijinn at the start, in tiie shape of sterling Ma-mcine
FacbmemNir is eontributine towards tmrehasing
Works of Art, which are to .e distributed among
themselvtrs, and are at the same time encouraine: the
of tiie country, disbursing thousands of dollars
thronsrh its agency.
Persons in remitting fend for member-hip will
cive their ?et j5-e 4 4 res a imfmil. sutingOie
thry Wish the M igosine to commeuce, and bve
Ir-iter registered at the PoKtilfSce to prevent Ions
its receipt a certificate of Meiaershin tu r-ir,.!
the magazine desired, wiliiie fornanit- u
Those whi purchase mazaiines at Bookstores, will
serv.-t.t by joining tiis Ass'tciat oii, th-y receive
tke.Viittimdfreetie';etiM tkemmnmmt 'fiffriiuUmm
at the same price they now pay f r the Magaziue
Memberships, a idrass.
O L. DERBY, Artunrvr.A. A
either of the principal Ollires "Knickerbocker
Va?.izioe.Oitice. 31 Hraadway, New York ; or West
erii jtiic. I'"C Wat---" .ctrectt San iusky. Ohio.
rr-ceived by C. A. Ao&m. Warren. O
L. C. Jiijirs. II utf'.r l, O.. Honorary Secreiariti.
L"MNE SHEEP FOR SALE. The sub-
s.-ril'er nrs for saie a choice lot of FKESCII and
SPANISH MEUIN0 Ll'CKS. part of them sired hy the
A Buck, -01d Tair.lT." Persons wishing to
their stock, fill hud this a root op-wirtiTitty.
ilso for aale, a ful.ldooletl DL'KllAM Hl'I.L
I will sel! at a hargiin. C O. HKAHDSLEV
Lordstowu, Trum'i. Co., 0., Oct. I?.-St
TNAMELED A Brass Kettles. Blind
Batu an I Arnold's Sash Fasteners, ran h. found
je!3 A. L. MoiiLEY'S.
ti.:'.1- V'-:cjL Jnt receive lat A DA VS.
M ERIC AN Agistors & Iufrrilie7s7
with a elegant slecl Portra-ts. prhie $1.55 t
There is net a voleme in ex'ster.ce which eontlils'n
ner specimens of flouncce im,cssio,.d. te,.h..c
elo.Oenee that n.us.-s .; t.e Letter f. el
of humanity than are conLiiced in this volume
INCYCLOPEDIA of Religi usK.-ow'
llicde,,,fp;e.it o 4UA3ii
r I a N c f o li t i: a :
r wi.-:ii tosav ru the Mojsujal
i. I'L tiMC f tais vic?uity, that tiit l tii uwx
i-f tf-i v-tv cniciit of u euliU, 1 ru still in Wactku,
ti 1 U--U- iittci.ii ta rtriUH it li-re. and ievo'.e Kiywif
w.tix rrt.tu r ct;it iriaiu ever t. tii; ainiit; ' asi.-.ess.
I K.il i!r- Mate, in t'us c -nitc-cti-'ii. t!i.it I f.iv-.M
uiy entire EitBi r.l.ilicr.ni t.vi:li vf Muc ai.'l rm:ill
lusir.nufiit ti ir. i:o. A:i.ir:, who CMUiIit-,1 the
i-usiiH'S: .14 Ueretolurc at the ol t tun-t. 11c is ni t1; tt
l-tr-s n.M.tiuus t toy f i'mer ttoci.. nl 1 rerect:til)y
si:icit f'r Inni the Mtioi:a,;e ht-rewfjre cxttriiiieii li
-.-.e in t'.i-t (i -.trt3iei:t. A fir tnyv )1 it i my iit-n-
lio-t j il -Yt :! inj li-'ii?. o Tt ar.J r-,-i.t-tl, t- Lie
a-ic of PIANO FOKTES AND MKL-iDijiNS. I ani '
aovv recci ii fr the Krj:e!t flock iu this line. 1 hare
evt'r purch-srtl. a.:il a:o pr-. i-arcl to sat the t-est stock
an-! the cho!et. It all til -e my aim, a it has ieen, ,
to ull t.une liut those 1 brieve ti ie the l-et Instiu
n.eiit, anJ at such price aj t nn!;e it i; an oiject fr
Ierrt.iii" to purchase of me ttidte.nl of buym at (,'ive j
latii!. Piits'inrti vr Ei-:t- L select my lun.rtin.Titi
with tiie great et care, let.ver fum and a-MrtMt.t them
hare notr heen sclHn, Pianos ar.U ielr U oua for over
7 f" " 1 k,iOW; ,v f.B,"yM:
a-1 iit.ua h exception eeu iwrfectiy sat;tied, in every
II '11 OillF l DC Ill, ' II. V M'"l. lUC 'Ulblll-N
who h ive turchacl Piano f me with.n lite lust 5
ye-rs, to tr Intra jM-rsona ii.t'-rested can refer:
v I'tREK I. L. r tiller, fcs-i ; tiv. j. .Mxrvtn; L.etns
J. UWii-m; Hon. M. Itirchard; T. J. Mrlvtin, K?q.;
J. M. Ilejlep; J. L. Week; H-nry S.nith; V. Full;;
ra'.inri: Mrs. li.irti)ri: Miss L. iiraetr. Jiusic
Tenci"r: n.-r-n lt-td: J. Vnutrot; C. M. Patch.
Nii.ki. James Uu-tel; Wm. Wird; Jotah RoVoins.
Mii.tox. ilo. J. Toi; Jittnes Towers.
Nkwtoh Falls. llonce Stevens ; J. Grove; E.
iii: ' kvi'.le fl. Sliel-lon.
IlitaM. O. Pres. llayden, Ilimaa CoTl-e.
Ptnv.iia t i k . Miss L. C. Steidman. Mu:c Teacher.
Itttisrot.. J. W. Patten trale; II. Corey, M. D.
i:uxiiFii;LD. Chest t ifoaranl.
I'i ;k(i!(, O. (ieti Itnrt ,
Ki-:hn. 1. Allen, M. !.; II. Burnard; J. Kinsoian. ;
Vi:-tNiiK Uils.i ?Ur; Lyman Leonard.
BiKETia. I.li H. Iray.
II . ' an kb. John Crauirr.
tr-MRD. 11. iUrnht.tci ; Ferris Town send; TVm.
ot tri-ioN', O. C. C. Chanman; Wm. Ross, Man
sion H j use; J. S-jnires; A. ilodimry.
Poi.a-n. O. B. r l.-e.
New Cu-ti.b, P. Y. Ii. M jran; F. Perkins; Sam-
nel IVarson; A. Henderson.
W.LxixuTox. Pi. Ker. Win. Francis.
BovROVii. C. C. itrairanl.
Second hand Pianos and 31eloie.ns taken in ex
change for new one;. All Instruments delivered free
of h strife, and kept in order for I y-ar.
W irrcu, Nov. 7, l-i5. 8. T. P0MF.R0Y.
riiRCllANT TAILOH and Ciothier.
JOHN L. WKKKS.
No. 14 Market Street, Warren, o.. (opposite the Court
The iaror with whteh this establishment has long
oeen rerarled Sy the pn ltc ponerally, aua especially
tlione who appreciate a very superiorkindof work. and
courier their orn interest renders any otiier adver
ti'ctueiit almost suertluous.
My extensive Fall and Winter s ock of CLOTHS,
CASSI.VIERKS, VKsi'lNtlS n l TRIM MISliS, with a
c.r.ir- as-orunent of KEAUV-MADK CLOTHING and
Ft'RN IllINit (.vH-D-1. and s carefully selected and
ext-nsive slock of iiAla AMICAI's. ot alt prices and
styles, and in short a.iuo&t everytiiinjr tht ia wanted to
improve the outer man, can at all times te found.
Irro.a Ion eperieiice in hits in ess. and hnvinjf ar-
ran r -mcMs in ew ork so as toe iosteil op to every
thine t'.at is near, Itoih in jto.i.ii and style of rariueiits.
is c videi:t tJwt a more perfect and extensive estih-
lisliment of the kind cannot be f jond in this section of
country. (ihiu 1 ,
GREAT oATTLE SALE of pure
BKr;o snoar uoti.N dckuam stock,
KtsCr Fit JM KEN lUttak. Tiie d 4criier and his
sun, ;"tcr otteudiug the Ouiu atate Fair at Columbus,
an 1 the Kentucky Fair at Par., have spent several
weet in lijun.ua, Clark, Faeiie and adjoining coun
tii-s, in ixt'iiiucty, examiuiu and e lectin froio their
beii herd, a Veiy cliwiee lot of tine breeding stock,
principally Cott and Heifers, all ,f which have !een
bred to tiie oet thoro -in-i.red Hull of Kentucky.
All tli- ai'tove, loetiier auti one Laxe iiuil 4 years
old. of superior quality, and several iiall and Heifer
Calves; a.i'j full nlooded Durhms (over 30 htad)
w;l he ioitl at Pu lie Saie. on toe premises of t'le suii
sc.-ii-er.ON WrJUN'liSDAk' the Sistl day of Nov.tcotn-iii-i.cin-at
Ail per.-iOiis wisitini; to improve their stock, arj res
pecu'aily invited to aU'.-ud and em' trace this, the hest
opiott:iuity ever oJered on the Western He&crve, to
There will le aIo a few pair of oxen (one pair very
superior) and swuie other stock oUered for aale the
Tt.R.vlS. Sums ever 50 dols. sixty days time, with
note aud improved securit.', payojte in the MaAo
iitit Co. Bau, at Voun,:-itowii, or a discount of 3 per
cent, willi.r allowed fur cau. K. 11. WALKKi.
Caarclt Hill, (centre of Literty,)
Truui"uJl co., O., Nov. 1, lrjj.
N. li. I can alio fur-msn larmers with some pure
POLAND OAi, for seed, attihiug1 4; Ds. pr nieai
are ! ..uaei; aud pro-luced litis year 6'J ush. ( y
weigla) troin oue t-uUel sew I. nov R.
STOKE, at No. 15., Alain si
tY-NL a A.sOl
street, three doors south
me r. i.
I. Gu.5ltlAY respectfully announces to the Ladies
Warren aud neighboring taxns, that he has just
viue i a new an t iskioua.iie stoca or Uilimery and
rA.icy joo is, cjas.tii.g of etczaut French FJiers.
st.!.luus, stru Uuixis.Eiu ruidertes.Lace, Dress Trim
iiinijts. tl-ie ,Oioves, Vc., itc, aud wiic.ta a call
trout all desinug anything iu his hue. A full and fas a
ioi:a le assurtuieut of bVuinets ami Caps, of the latest
styles, will i-e icept cousUntly ou haul. Also Str-w
ion lifts cleaned and pressed, and all orders promptly
auenuci io. nov. l. ut2H.u
Whereas my wif.'. Emily, has frequently threat
eueti to a iscoud with oilt-r uieii, aud has actoaity left
bed and oard without just cans- or provoc ation
uas frequently threaicied my life, this Is to aaru
persons against har-'oriug i trusting her ou my
acc'iunt. as l will piy no ue'ts of Ucr contractit-ir.
Jh-on. Nov. 7, Ir.U tf AMZI WEttB.
OEUBEN RO.iEXS ESTATE.
La Notice is hereby girrn that the subscriber ha:
been tppiiiiitfd and qualilifd as Executor on the estate
Keu jvU i.ueui, Lite of Iruuiouil county, dr ceased
S. P. R .BINS.
BrookfleU, Nov. 7, l-oo. 3t
i LASS0N COLTON'S ESTATE.
a. -ttice is nere y given, tuat 1 have been ap
p4iTitted Atlmiiiistrator of the est ite of A lun son Cut ton.
dee'd. Lite of B.tzeltu. Tram ull county, Ohio. All
halving accouuts a itti sjiid estate will plettfc
notice. L1SUA MESSENGER.
Nov. 7, 185o. 3t
istrator upon the
e&Uiti of Eli Morehoutf, Ute of
CHAS. A. HARRINGTON
JLJ hen dfcr Haw ley. "J
Exr. of Thus. Uawley, dec
Petition to sell land.
Oliver Han ley, tt al.
The said Oliver llawley and Georse Forward and
Ann Lavi::a Barlow, aud her husoai.d, iiarlow
hereby informed, that ou the 1st day of Novemtier.
leii. said Execut! r filed his petition in the Prooale.
won 01 inim'.nii county, 01110, the oiject aud prayer
which p titiou ia to o -tain an order of sale, on the
day of u eeo!er, 1N, for the payment of le? tcies.
the foliowu.tr described real estate, (of which the
said Thomas llawlej died seized) lo wit: Fifty acres ol
.a, more, or less, situate in the lo.-nship of rowler.
county of Trumonll. and State of Ohio, aud ktrswn as
part of lot No. dii, in suit! township, unless said deft'.
appear and object, tne petitioo will lie allowed.
Nov. 7, 1'5J. t Exr. of Thus. Uawley. dee'd.
Vtorley dt Co., are now aMe to aonrlv JI
and others witk a. new corn cracker, the beat iu
In easy lessons, by Mrs. Jane Taylor.
1 his little work is devoted to human ph sioloiry and
explains, in an interest. rg n.anner. the structures ol
human frame, the form and uses of its several
parts- the means to ls employed for its preservwiou
perfection, aud the sources from which d.ngeri
It wil ne found to contain many use In 1 hints about
clothing, diet, exercise, health, dec., and if faithluliy
studied and observed by those for whose lenettt it is
it m-.y ward off many a fit of sickuesn. save
many a doctor's bill, and lengthen out many a lift, to
nothing of the fair development of the form, ihe
improvement of the complexion, the prese'vation ot
t.'eth, ozc. A careful study of this work will open
eyett of children lo tfce wonders of our physical
franir, which, as the P-ftint.H beautifully says, " is
fearfully and wonderfully made," and to the widom
oct:evolence-of the Creator in the ada-ta:ion of the
to their en Is, an 1 w.il lead j arents, instea 1 of
fwiing surprised that carelessness, nezlect, exposure
in. lulgei.ee, tuo luce so many iaius and diseases.
exclaim with Watts:
Strange that a harp r.f athousind strings
Should keep in tuue so Ion."
quantity recM at ADAMS BOOKSTORE.
IIFE and Times of James tit rdon Ben--i"
nett. :it BALDWINS.
OAfr-BAG, by N. P. Willis,
ieJO AT BAM
OELL SMITH ABROAD,
' jeUO AT BA
pIIE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
.1. R. 3I0RLKY Co.. will do better work thai.
otlier Plow in the Stole of Ohio.exce.ihe Mir:
UouMe Plow. sc'iin .'ii
's New Work on Spiri uilism,
ClIO JL BOOKS, of all kin is. at
and Pen Drawing
GlLLOTT'STOBSicl Pens, at
MEDICAL WORKS ! MeiVs Ob
steties ; Da-iriiun1! Dk-tionary ; Wilson's
Anatomy ; Iiruitt'a Surrv : Calomi.als on Dis-mrs
Keinaies; Cariienler's Pnvsiolo-'v : tirifl.th'.- Metli
liottny; Oross l'..t!"iloicel Anatomr ; S::!lf'. do.
cVp 19 hAl.liWIX'M.
DITIOX POWDKRS can l e hal at
suz. K. A. SMITH lVl' .
J utwa UAWS, uurry ami Jian
i. C'.ti.s, Itmshes, tiiit si Pan,-. Trnnk Paper,
Door .Matt., Aiican! Matts, tc.. at
.ut.eS. P4TOII k Al.lfSV'S
RACE LEE, By Juiia Kavanairh,
rOOD LAND FOR SALE.
The .tti.fci'rliier elVri r..r , . mn.
lib. I. coniTicr Mi arf... .im:u- in llie - .11. !i at
lirt ei ta nwuUli of Mrv .. it n veil .i.j.
.! t.ml'cr for aaa-inz j urtxa. s, una will lie o3er
ci.e:ii. ktir particular .1, ;-:y :n
i .-.i i 'i.i. e.t. 51. l- V-. 3
I Ot-' OHIO, Oi':k-e i Pruba
fr.i-n' u'.t Ci-iint;. . o. t -T-l. 1-3,.
, . t rt.
a t.i.i i-v: art mi:. . ... i.. A ! I :;urr.(
h tritijr - -:t jfi tit th; or..-. uf tl-t l'r!:-(N.itrt
it. crur:t an-! atts a:-ri -;. !, fi.niii on liif.
iicoc:ioit Af t r.ct:j'ti:TiK m.t.l the 1 of No
nrxt. iu-u lie itic r i-xan;:itil and vplcrcd i
r-.c.tr I. if lvt f jaC,-iU-ti to. to ;::
AiL..i.-!M (:r--it-i, iin tl 4 ;il.nfi;t of Ksi-rutur,
I tiil 1 1 V i-., "
U -.v ,ii t..K.!ricli,
y.ny partial "
J: H-uezcr II. liisl.up, "
AN iIi -oiu'f:.
Joseph P -rfoil.
i'z:A Vt . P-iM-en.
Tiioi-ris li c!mr.lt.
- of fir.t
altilUrl A . K'.Wfr, '
Jnirs 1 u-niipson, partial "
I ! :ir--v ii..f1fjt n
t'otniort Hurd, "
A -l?. tui I'arkt r,
U'ashir,T. S. llason.
John Kay re,
and representation of itifotreney.
Fmeline M. Kerrey , SLuii.ieLt of Caardlr.ii.
V I .... .-,1 . 41 T
ijtrriet ya. n,
31-irtha kerne & others,
Sam'ktM irth i Ouacltei;'
Lueretia ii:re fc M -fr. ?i 44
M-itthia- Acfame M. It-ll. - ,4
Kliia' eth A. Nelson & o:h-rs !M 44
ocJl 3t. A:t.-t: (JKO. K. UUJWX.
ra!:ote Ju Te.
O HM! eopin of the Oythera ; d-v, of the Shawm : 50
coi:es of tiie ll ttleiiij th ; d. of the S icr d Melo-leon.
Aino instruction honks f.;r the Piano nd MHodeon ; a
fine variety rf ne? Instructors for the Violin, wi.h alt
the late Cotillons, Fnnev Dane. fcc , at
ADAMS BOOK & Mt'SIC STORE.
a. n. re-x, a. s. btewei.l, b. pe i
pECK. BURWELL & CO.. Wholesale'
1. anJ ReUil ileiier in Kc.re.-rn ind Domestic Dry
(iools Silk and Str.i- il NtnetH. Yrimmin. Varieti' s.
t.-.. at the slyn of the ' Vi!Rtx Ix Gouus Sloi'a."
M'.-Mjinus1 &iucU, Warren. Ohio. 3 y
I PI VM- (Ml A V'P ..TTT.... . 1 .
." i . mi n.,niii' ii ATcuoe, in warren.
.i i u- .
a Ti-ry low marlt. llie l. t is auout t.-n rod-
lirr, very li.ndsom.-ly s.l.m-.e.i. Thf-re is on it a
fnme h.iuse an.l an exceilet.t well of sugwrior wa-t-r.
There is ground cnoiiirli t rarr:nt a ilirisiun of
the lot. the house l-e iii on iu c-t line. The whole
ill he s.ii.1 turth'T, or aj urted to suit the purchiser.
The -ta:ition is fine, a iruo.1 neiti'-orhit-H. ar. I nih
enough t., th ; High fk-iiool. The owner, R. M. X-irrel,
twin? desirous of s-liiiii;. offers th ..ce for 81.140,
h.ilf dsn, I aiance in two payments. Kor further par
ticulars, call on T. J. McLAIN,
Warren, Oct. 2i-4t Rr.J K ii.ne A?ent.
"yilE WARIIEN LEDGER.
The 5d Xo. with a irratoitoas circulation of 10.000
will -e it sued Dec. 1. IMj. eii.ressly Tor the HoAidays.
Those t ho may wish to arail theniselres of its circula
tion, are requested to hand in their cards on or before
Nor.ii. TK.MS, one-third of a co'umn. one in.er-
Uon, one do lar. R, A. A. BALDWIN.
Warren, Oct. M, 1H3S.
RE AT CATTLE BOOK. A New
J Work. VOC ATT & MARTIN, on the LreeJs.
management and diseases, comnrisin a lull hi.tnrv ,if
rariou races, their origin and n-er.t-s their cij aci
ty for liei f ami milk, the nature and treatment of their
diseases, the wh'.le fv.nr.in- a comidete eniae for thr
fisaia, with loo illnstrauons. I'rice tl.i'i.
DULCIMERS, a beautiful instrument
for the Parlor, at Pom-rcy's Old Music SMre.
Two or three more OOtID OXKS. left ret at Pome.
roy's Music Store. A roo t horse will lie taken in ex
cl:ntr-r far onj of them, if ollered soon.
W arren. Oct. t3. S. T. POMEROT.
VTATE tF OHIO. Trumbull County.
SS. In the Conrt of Common Pleas.
William A Otis,
Augustus A. Barr, David Matthews. Abner Babbard
and Joshua n. Lam'.ersou.
The said William A.Otis has tiled his petition in said
coart. setting forth, among other things, a decree ob-
neu ny said piatniiu against said Burr. M ttthews Ac
iiunoar.i, at tie Septfiauer Term .f the District Court
Summit County, A. D. ISj.1. by which the sum of
,t is found dne from said Burr to said Hrii.l.Mj-d.
is ordered lo be pai l to the plamtid on a larger in
deit.dness from said Hub ard to him. and by which
the said court set asid- a stiie to said Matthews un
der a mortgage from said Burr to said Matthews, f a
of ax .at one hunJreJ aud lifiy-fAo and hUlliO
ol land in Farm-nton, the same sold l ynne Josh
ua Peck to irtid Burr, an l now occupied hy said Lam
herson also setting forth that said Matthews, in the
ear IMG, had contracted said lands to raid L.iinter
on. who h is since been in possession of the same and
the rents and profits thereof from that time; that
Matthews has received under said coi. tract, by way
interest on the purchase price of said land, almut
thousand dollars, and is still indebted in the sum
$lt for further interest thereon, and prarin that
amount so paid Matthews iea,:die.l unon an amount
found due said M itthews from aid Burr, as a lien on
land, and that the amount still due from said Lam
iMTsan for the use of svl land, be applied on Ihe in
debtedness aforesaid to the plaint i if. and that the laud
aforesaid, as In favor of the plaintiff's ladei tedness
airainst said Burr.be released frara the lien of said Mat
thews, to an extent eprtl to the amount paid him as
afnresaid. and for othcrt-oper r-ief. The said Autrus
ttls A. Birr and A:mer Huhanl mnst appear and an
swer said petition by the tenth Saturday after this date,
said petition as to them will be taken a rnnf.ss,ed.
SCTLIFF Ac TUTTLK. 1
Oct. 24, l-V-6t At y s for PlV. -
Un ler the "Trumbull
Democrat" Oinc-, Main
r-t.. Warren, Ohio.
Reader, thr? 44 BtJctka.k.l, is the cheipeH Clothing
Iluue iu tottn. tioodfl nought direct of the inann.ac
turers, eaat; of the ie-t mat -rials, latest stales of Cut,
and Finish, and male in the most serviceable
m.iuiier, thich lean at t-rices that are gt-ne nlly
here for the cloth ami Trim ning, to say nothing
the cost of msnuiacture. When you wish to buy
anything in the sh i,-e of
jVEKC0a."S. BUSINESS COATS, DF.ES3 COATS,
TALMAS. VESTS, PANTS, IIOSIERV. dee
would like to have you give me a c-ill. anil 1 think I
cauuut tail to please in price and uualttv.
Warren, October 30, IS.5.-Gia
.NOV. &: DEC. APPOINTMENTS.
DR. S. D. 1IARDM AN", Physician for
Diseases of the Lungs, (formerly Resident Phy
sician to Uine-nnnti M.trute IioS)italO now lliyslcian
the Sileui Lung lust tut e,
ill ie at his ro:uit liaskiil House, M'arren, Tues
day, Nov. tr?.
Uaveuna. Prentiss Ilnose, Nor. 23.
Akron, Empire House. Nov.
Jcuerun, American lionse, Nov. CO.
YouugstoA n. Mansion House, Nor. 19.
New Castle. Pa., Nov. 15.
Mercur, Nov. 17.
Rochester, Nov. 21.
Canton. Dec. 3.
Massillon. Dec. 4.
Wooster. Dec 5.
illershurgh, Dec. 7.
Dr. Hanln.an treats Consnmption, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, Laryogiits.antl all diseases of the throat and lungs
Mkok atilD Ishvlatiox, lately used in the Brou-p-lon
Hospi.al. London. The great point in the treat
ment of ail human maLulies, is to get at the disease in
direct manner. Ail medicines are estimated by the?r
upon the organ requiring relie This n tne
iiuportaiit fact upoa which Jakalaiom U based. If the
stomach Is diseased, we take meduines directly into
stomach. If the lunjrs are diseased, breathe or in
hale medicated vapors directly into the lungs. Medi
cines are Uie antidotes to disease, and should be ap
to the very se tt of di&ease. Jmkmiariou is the ap
plication of this principle to the treatment of diseases
the 1 mg, for it ji.es us direct accss to those ;n-tricatcsvir-cellsand
tubes which lie out of reach ef eve
ry other means of administering medicines. The rea
son why consumption, and other diseases of the luntrs,
heretofore resisted all treatment, has been bee inse
have never been approached in a dirLXt maimer
mediciue. Thar were intended to act upon Uie
and ytt were applied to the stomsch! T..e.r ac
was intended to be local, and ye. they were so ad
ministered thtt they could only art coiirtltut onslly.
xten(uni ineir principal and laimediate act.on upon
unolletiding stomach, whilst the fnul u!er within
lungs were unmolested! Inhalation I rlt.gs the
merlicin in direct contact with the disease, without the
lisadvantare of any violent action. lis aoplicatior ij
simple, that it can be employed by th youners in
or feel. lest invalid. It does not derange the sto
or interfere in the naallest deirrc-e, with the
strengtrt, comfort or bosin-ss of thf pat ent, lne re
ot the Brninptoti hospital. Louilon. shows a recov
oi ear-aiiS" or case treated by Inhalation. ir
proerly employed, th ;re is no esse so 'ow, it will no;
rThe Inhalations are compounded frjrnt?ie ori-
formulas used in the Brocipton Hospital, London.
charge fr cinsult ttio:!.
CONSUMPTION CURUD 0 SE OF MR. U. K. MONT-
Three years ago Mr. Montgomery be;ran -ra dually to
in strength and flesh, with almost incessant hack
cough, at; 1 all the symittotus of Co.:mitioi;v It
thenin.crof 103 took a iolent old, with increased
expectoration, iiight swe 'ts and cnaciation.
caecoiitii:ueiI to grow wure, and in the spring1
was atiacket with an al'nmt.g heinorrnae
the luiii!S, and increased d-lity. Htirvn -P-
to Fitch, o' N w York, but with no ben fit.
then prescribed for h:s cae. After a conr?e of
;reatire:.. by tR AaMf :". he is rcstond to heallh, ami
aclivc.y engaged iu I Uiiuets.
Si.kw. 0., Oct. 1JV;.
above ts a crrfrt stitemr.it f my cse and, j
truiy grateful to IV. Hard-van f ir th r-rtortion j
health. o 31 TVM. iV. .V..JNTOt).IKK .
VEW PIANO aMUSIC, a0XGS.
Good News front l'-me. O, c-nr. not when the
is sa I, The Dyini ca.ilorr.ian, Leiis, (yon,r and
l'iS. P,s Awsv; Aay tor th. Coo;, rv.
I Love, .My C .l i.oside the Sea. Hait tlun feriot
My Mother's tii-ave, ilrtU- Waiiin?, The Fr .ken
I've mml-red by ih Hut Si le. II iveyon se. n
Maid rf my Heart. Trismph of ra th, or t Vc
Krly Hi.wi-r.s lue rul.K.-r's Dreani of Heaie,
Th.se piece, are :i nzx. t.r I l-e inifaMy arrarje 1
the Pi.n.i nil I Sii-Iodean. We have aj.-o . fine lot
New l-olkaAr'it'eJ. at
I'JMiiaoY'a OLD Vl'SIC STORK.
The Mrtnerjh'p herft-fr.re etistine betsree.
Sie-er.reran l Ciorr y it. Timmennan. under
firm of Mess jneer ot T.p.r?ernia'i, is this f'.ay dis
by snotnal concert. A.l rfe. ts owirr ly the
will l-e settled ani rni-! ly C. Mrnt, wiio I.
as'hjrii'.d lo r-.r wf ill .l.i. o.'t'i.s.i.l firm
i i:vu:.r. vls"Noi:i;.
"ii t.Ni:Er B. viii:i;iiy;AN.
Warren. Oct. C. le.Vi.
B The rei.in-. t:i he m!nn-.l hf CSirle .
nt the ..1 . ti.l In T. et W.trrcn. where b
be hjppj to t". h:s o'.J fricnJs an' ca. lowers-.
WVX-S Til2aTIS't ner r.liuoi-
ft ril at AC Me," t nr.'SrC tflBl..
X .- h
T ATE FUOM THE FPvONTlFR!
I- lAItdi: M A.IOUITV !
K:iC-"tUricrd ty t,e Ur-r and itcrerin
it ani:r iitatioa t ' t:m: vui:i
Stor. a l.i't-r L 'f
l.Hiittfr. i irriarr lr::aiif2x, IroB.Taints, Class, larcha and Jlnhj Ttfl Savi,
than h-.vc e-r J-e.-n ' r-.-ut-ht into 0! 1 Titrat uM.' Lontr experience, a perleet acuaintirce :th liie mani
f .eturt rii of tiw ftjiii-rn Stat.J. a:id cT.m xiGu wf:h nj Iroa 3.11 iu ti.is Ticiaity, enaolts us to osier jre
iu ljr. :p--: t t all .-.hint: to pirc!ia- ft .'s in .nr line.
Ail p-.-de 11: -'.erl, mechanics aid !i.a:.'fi.:lur-r in Mrtirn'sr, farriers and th-.r wives ar.d children, at
ir-v.t ! in call fin 1 loott through the u ck. 'J lie wants of the :t:re Comri cuity have been l-x-litd lo, withoi
di-tii:ciior cf c d-r, sixe, per-onal a; ;.t.ir).iir r ..Iitic
T.i ..ur frii-nda in t-le J iUOCi V 1 ii-Sl N iOtr'-S, e a" prn-ted to exliloit an VUSCAL PIUS e
ei -rvtiiin? t int c-vu lie o-rd ii. o- or at out i "or-ry.
Merit wilfue to reidei.1!. t"i-ir ST'' K ti T''KT.S, will do well to call and eTanine oar stock e
I'I:..es. Saw. i' ). liaroni'-TS. Stocks ir. I Iie. ice., a m-h ar n..t surp'e I l-v atr,- ejbvd.shu.ent in Ohio.
iif Si: T i.!."ltlNi3 OF N:W AND DLSIKAKLf STM.KS. a lar-rt a.d sp'.enid a.sorti!ent.
(iisiiv celet raud Wheeling Nail; iiJ bojw Fraiklin Jltick Olua; While Lcud Zinc Paint, Oi'
Varnist., Pu.ty, Pine ciuh, Ac. Ac.
OUR IRON DEPARTMENT
I" al ail t:ies fully stoekM with oo.l Ilurse Shoe Iron, Euyi-y Iron. Waron Iron, and Iron of all kirda, by
the l.iir. I. sr.. Me. wa-r.-n or .-cii l..-l.
V e h.ive s. --.irr.l the ..rrrices ci ad Kn-lisli flan Mater, and are now oJericg hetter Riiles, at less prices than
erN- f-iri on.-r-.: in this cooi-.try.
JT r i.r-.uemiirr ti: j laee, aud call at Ihe '-Tall Crick." Main street. Wan-en. Ohio.
September Jfii. PAI-K AKD BAENTK. Proprieto-s.
PROCLAMATION EXTRA ! GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES !
I TO TUS PEOPLE OP TKl-MBl LL AXD ADJOIN I NO COUNTIES, who hare eaten.le.1 so li eraland
-..erT.us a j..:mn ice t me .'ir-i.g ih-:x yenrs r-n.-t. in ahieh period ef tiuie it ha i l.een ny rood fortune to
fur-n i...:ny MC.iuainta.ires. 01:1 u.;my frie.i.is whose fru.ri'lsh:ti an.l kindnr-ss iill ever Inf ruie:-red with the
uost pieas.iot eiiiotions. Time, in its onward Et,:ht. i.rins ainy elineeti. j-x yeiirs aao, a-.d the Clolhine
llu-ii.ss in Old Trnmhall was in it infancy, and your humMi- servant was the FlhST person in th.it enterprise
In Warren. Starting wi h a determination to sell cheap ami det! fairly, he hoped to Lu.l.l up a trade that would
.tea-lily incre.if anil i.rine to Uis counter, on the return of each year. Ihe races of tho.e who were his natrons
at the am.. I IK II A3 NOT BEES DISAPPOINTED. A progress aluiot uu;uirlle,l in thehinoryof trade.
'ias rnric.-. ihe success of this estai-lishmnt. An tris Pro.- liwition s isiu.'d .nf-.rni all who ar in wnnl
..f CLOTHING, of any DESCRIPTION, PRICE. QUALITY OR QUANTITY.
from a Cotton rhirt to a cart can he accirnm''dat-d on the most a.!at1ta us terms
I HAVE LKD THE VAN. BKOU-iHT Df-WS THE PBirKS. f'ONTRi.LLKD TUB IHINF.' since the
cnierce.i.ctit. KSD MEAN SO TO DO F'.R THE FrTl'KK. I ara now receiving dire't from ti.e Eastern
Oiti-s. the LAli'iKST STOCK OK FALL AND WLNTEIJ CUf IIIN'J. ever opene.1 in Trcm mll Countr, eon-si-tin-j
in part of the following -ods: llearv and Fine Overcoats, a Unre assiartmeiai of all kinds, grades and
rialiti-: Dres. Frock, Sack and Business Coats, of all colors, shades ami varieties; all kinds of Pants, from
iri- rr:trsr-r.t to the verv finest: a splen-liil assortment of Vests, consistic? of silt velvet, jdtid. frtney and piin
uin. silk. casimiTe.eloth. car:simere. Ac ; lots of Fnrnishinx Ooods, Shirts. Dm wear. L"!:lerhirts, Crsvita,
ll.trnlk'Tehief. Collars, Seeks and SuspruJers. A fine stock of HaU and Caps, which -rill he sold cheaper than
luese articles ever have ". sold In Tram n 1 1 C mntv.
A LARGE STOCK OF BOYS' CLOTHING.
T hnveal'O a fine and well selected stock of CLOTH. CASSIUERES, VK'TINliS and OVERCOATING, lor
ihe purpose of rjc iiine up all kinds of custom work, which will be cut and made in the best an ! most f:i.hionahle
.ty'.e. and l-y the lest mechanics in th- country. And in or er th it community may le posted on in regard to
prices, and there y prevented from being shaved in some of the inull concerns about town, I give a brief Lat
the pr ces. Tf-pKBAD!
Good woolen overcoats from 62,75 upwards. Good woolen suit of cloth coat,
pants, vest and shirt, So.' O. Fine black suit of cloih, consisting of
black coat, black pants an J satin vest, 89,00.
My stork is the LARGEST, BZSf SELECTED, and I stand rea.iy to prove it decidedly the CHEAPEST ever
rousht to Truni' utl Cdnntv. I oiler it for sale. It comes within the wants and cireuin.tuiiees of all. To the
ny-r in search of CL0TI1ISS, let me s y- lo' armnd. examine the stocks of th- squall de-ilers in this article.
tiien ff.ve me a call. It will ailord me pleasure to snow
I fil in suitins v.m in ouaiity or price, the fault will
civilities of trade af to indulge in thems.dves, or pera.lt those in their employ to trwluce my eh-iracter and at
tempt to injure my repnutiou Sy a resort tc slanderous misrepresentation, an I wilful falsehoods. I have Hi:
le word i san. It s this: -sun lers. UK- en.csens.
the -oo.'s-i.rcvihj community BtTFEK UOODS at Lon
I WI I.L Rr.DKfcM. and lie h trny to see my old fr
h--n tlo-y c:m make it convenient to ive me a call.
Ollice. Nus. U aud 13. Main Street, Warren, Ohio.
INTERIOR TOWNS all HEARD Fr.Oi.
It THK "Til I. llIMniv -
-,;!e, nutwitlitnr.'.ir r the hrJ tire, scarcity an.t hljh prire. ai
' Lave i-urtiAuai'ii aod xr uui rcrivu. jX u;r ijuiauioUi Uartiwa
yoo tnroui;h my ex ensive a.scrtiaeut an I variety, and
l-e my own. To my c.m:etit'ir. who m r.,r... th.
erni - -n-ne to roost. ' Mine's a nohle revenir.- to cive
Kit PKICE than CAN or WILL do. This pledie I -ive
.ends. and 1 pleued to make the ncitiaintance of newonea
Rememoer 3 doors. Oak Front, I doors sonth of th. Post
VTEW YORK STORE.
(TKR GOOD-? are now arrivinc. and the cry
11 he. still thev come for the next stxt.v days. t
have enrle.ivored to pet up a stock, for tfie cominr iea
on, which h is never heen eiualed in Tniro'-nll Coun
for extent, completeness find adaptelness to the
wants of the pnhltc, and the Ladies in particular, in
'Ikand Fancy G.odi, we have n-ver had a stock an
orthv of insnection: while in ST API K GOODS we are
fully at hoiae. and prepared to convince oni friends
s-riVes rr mmt aisaaxsi, as has heen ri ven out.
.pept. -1, 1p;j. -ai.ra r..-. ....
171 FT Y CENT DRESS KS.
100 nieces roid fast Prints, at '.' cts per yard.
Fancy Prints. English and French Chinties. Pe.,tch t
Stii Ginihams, at the XEW VOKK STORE.
& BLEACHED Shirtings,
eood anality. at cts; heavy mnslius and fine
sheetings in projiortion. at the NEW VORK "(in..
EMBROIDERIES & TRIMMINGS
Rich Thread Laces; Swiss an 1 Cambric Collars;
Sleeves Binds anil Embroideries; velvet, rfoire An
and other stj l s Trimmines. The laditrt say it it
treat te examine the great 'ari-tv at tne
NEW YORK ST0RR.
BRO CHE, Long and Square Shawl; ;
Broche, Cashmere and Gold End Scarfs; Shawls
nil inds, including some new styles; Cloaks. Man
tilLts, and a full assortment of Cirak and Talrra Cloths,
the N KW VORK STORK
OICII GALA PLAIDS, Coburgs and
. D-rt.itfs ; Fancy. Plain and shilling DeLaines ;
1 truest st-ck of French Merinos in town, and at pri
ces that defy competition, at the
SEW YORK STORE.
TEAVYRICII PLAID SILKS, Bi'k
Silks of superior quality and lntre; silks of all
kinds, including SILK BONNETS; Cloak aud
silk velvet; rich velvet and silk Vestintrs. &c.
IMRKS V WVXT.
1 LOTUS Sc WOOLEN tiOODo
rhe pa'dic know that we keep the largest an'
cheapest stock of cloths for men and boys' wear, it
jru; everything in the line, from a ood two shillin?
to a fine l-roadcloth; therefore we s'mily sav. he
in?, cal! at the XEW YOKK STORP..
,T Hhd's. Sugar.
t) 2 j B'll's. Molasses.
Biirs Coiiee, for sale at Cincinnati prices.
Ming freight, at the NEW VOTK STORK.
RKSII TEAS Green and Black at
5uc 7 Zc and 9 l.ta), of superior fl tvnr. at the
XEW YORK STORE.
J)EADV MADE CLOTHING ANP
HATS AND CAPS. We have opened a sales
devoted exclusively to this trade, and keep as
a stock as can be found in the county always
chepaud warranted well made, at the
NEW YRK STOt
"0YAL WILTON, Brussels three
Iruet.s.3!atiings. Oil Cloth, dec, the largest stock in
Trumbull, cau be had at the
NEW YORK PTATfF.
PAPER HANGINGS, Win .ow
tier and Oil Shades, at the
XEW YORK STORE.
CROCKERY, G'ass-Ware. Lookin!
Glasses, fee, a large stock can alwavs He found
the XEW YOKK STORK.
We -star's whole Series;
Andre-' Latin English, and English Latin;
Anthon's do do do
Antlton's Classical Dictionary;
Anthotrs Oreek and Rotnan Antiquities;
lieseiiius Hebrew and English D.ctionary;
A tier's tierman and English do.
Spiere's Kreuch and En lish do.
Newman's and Burette's Spanish and English do.
Level ett's Lat. an 1 Eng. and Eng. aud Lat. do.
B;,de House Dictionary;
Pocket Lexicons of various kinds;
Authou's, Andrews aud Bullion's C;esar;
17 AT mi.DWTVN.
THE ESS WAREHOUSE. Henky U.
Colliics, Forwtrdins and Commission Merchant,
the sale of Cheese. Butter, Pot aud Pearl Ashes, and
generally, Xo. 5 Wood su, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Nev York Surgeoo, by Dr. Dixon, editor of the
itis li -lily interesting work is the embodiment of
ih it is valuable iu science, and striking in inci
dent. The facts and narratives h?re groUd together
been gleaned during a practice iKtb varied and
lengthy, aud from sources the most diverse, both in
and matter. The canopied couch and the lowly
pinipcrcd luxury and starved mendicity have
contributed lo illustrate some of those pines. the
irily Df which has led many a reflecting mind ot
exclaim "Verily, life is a mystery, and dciith the so
quantity just received at ADAMS.
The co pirtuership heretofore existing under
name of T. II. MORI.EY 4c Co.. is this day dissolv
ed hy mutual consent, T. H. Morley withdrawing from
conorn. '11m business wilt hereafter be carried
under tUe atvle and name of JOHN R. MORLEY 6c
w ,o are authorized to settle the business of the
n-)tes ard accounts due the old firm, of over six
staudinv, will be placed iu the hands of a col
unless -ettled immediately
Warren, Aug. MO, ISoj. JNO. H- MORLEY & Co.
?EIILeE Life amon the Mormons;
A Narrative of many years personal experience.
the wif of a Mirmcn Elder, recently from Utah.
SlH. at ADAMS.
fODERN SPIRITUALLSM, cumpHi-
cd with Christianity, In a debate Jtetween Joel
T::!auv, Eso., and Eider Isaac Krrett. Pa dished and
by OKii auams, rtarren.
copies or tnis edition just received.
SUFFOLK SWINE. Those wishing
to improve their stock of Swine, are inform. 1 that
of my Su.Tolk Boars will he kept, dr.ring tiie Fall
Winter, by ALUEt-f VAN GOKDKR, at the Lower
in . arren.
shall a!o keep one on my oxn farm In Bldomfitd l.
10, I-Ai.-i. CHARLES BROWN.
10RA anJ the Doctor, al
ECTURES I There will be a seres
.tt Leotureft dclirercd, at Empire HaU. by A. L. C.
, crtaiaieiiciit Snndav next, Oc. Cls and to con
Si -'ratii ai.- Sa-:ath uuiil flnishtd, on Moral
Intellectual su dects of the mest interesting kind.
fir; Lecture will bs on thj Laws of Lteomutiou,
is applied to al m dron, nientai and physical.
w-irpose to estaoli-h the laws that cause the nio.ton
the ear la moon, stars, and other heavenly be-dies.
to sh -w what causes the north and sutii poles, or
poles of all the planets. There will re a practical
k.ii'M.jir.itiou of h:s theory, and iiistruirent- to show
pr-riioi.inon of their .-.otion. Thr; Lecturer will
ilsoenvdi-h the caufe ofti.eattrnrtion or the .u.-.trnetic
II- invii tttetitiou to a-s.e lecture, as they
rr..ti'-e to rt;.:rs to L-e delivered at the same pl.iee.
IT, l-U.-tf A. L. C. DAY
HE GREAT DiSCUSSlwN .-
lw.en Us. Iac Eitr-TT. and J.-at Ttrrattr.
rill be published ou tns 1st of Scnlember, I.J
i. t.ook will no a large mo. r-A. ot over pa
closslv printed an.l wen nound. !t will he one of
ehe.tp--.. eooVs. for (1.25, th it we have ev.-rsoH.
wt,l lie, of this edition, hut oue thousan t co-
print-l ; it would bcadvisa'de. tlierefore. for those I
ould be sure of a copy, to leave or send in their
s.i mey jiav tic ea our l:i i-t.-we a e sanp'y th
f-r the look front neariy eerv county in th-s
a. well as from numerous iiicaiities in tliS a iia-
Names can Le left at
AD VMS' BOOKSTORE.
PRUMBULL COMMON PLEAS.
David B. Otis-ore,
Civil Action Attachment.
d fend. m t, Joseph Crawford, will tnke nolicethit
ia i ; irhiuriat was cmene-d fini:it hi:n iefore
a i'llra, Janice of the .-.we f.-r Wxrrn, 0.t.
j. .n.J tli-i..L- ukeo U the Conrt Sf r-emoa Pleat
1 county, upon cerliSeate of tfaid Jr:t;Cc to it
tail 1. Uuiess saii d.Ten'Ufl v.ers .y the i(t?i
of S.vrirver prox.. judg-a-ut will be laken I y de
ra'lt, and h.s landj within svi r .oi:tr tJ'd to suixfy
MBf. Am-junt claiuttd. (5 -"i with interest from
5, and c- LE-rOSTT At COX.
1. r - try for Pi f.
rt m . vr n m , . . .
Siliilll JUl Ul'U.V 1 lit. ORDER
V- Or YOCR OOIXri. Rl-T ;. T (urio
to III. .MAP. rEW ART k KKED s.and examine their
sfdtDilid st rckef Gotxis, which are daily am vinit by
the boat load. J
Th f:icilities which our firm nowpossess. (one of the
firm heing constantly in the eastern cities, thas being
aide to take advantage of the market.) are not enulled
y any honse in Ohio. We call the attention of mer
chanta and the pah lie generally to the fol oing list of
articles, which, having been purchase I ttefuretiie great
rise m prices, we are enaMed to o.fer at New Vork
3d hhds. P. K. Suar;
10 bids. Stuart's Ref. do.
25 " P. C. do do.
S3 " MoLtsses;
150 hairs Kio CoiTec;
3.1 mats Java do.
1 chests Green Tea;
50 caddies do do
inchests Black do
S.) hols. Mackerel;
1" boxes Men-ine;
li'sj sacks Ikiiry Salt;
50 butts Chew'g To'iacco;
2o boxes do do
50 doa. Cut and Dry do.
Ileal " Smok n do.
Ha) lbs. No. I Nutmegs;
5 bbls. S. C. Soda:
20 caddies do do
5 - Cream Tartar:
Sll lbs Wrapping Twine; 5110 - Calai. Li moric;
el lbs Alspice;
50 mats Cassia:
5: Ihs Peper;
5!lbs Brazil Nuts;
5i iss Knir. Walnuts;
ll.HJ i Hard Almonds;
1110 Ihs Soft do
loo bushels Pea Nats;
eO doz Transparent Soap
1"0 Trtnsiiarent Rirs;
lis) boxes Kos:n Soap;
10 - Castile do.
-II Tariegated do.
20 hexes Ground Pepper;
S5 dox. Pepper Sanee ;
5l six lb. cans .Mustard;
50 doi. tf n,. cans do.
loo M Ciiiars. all trades;
K " Prunes:
50 Mils Pittsb'r Crackers;
50 boxes Soda Biscuit;
2i0 doa. BNckins:
50 " ilUckinr Brushes;
And the best assortment of
reurht to this market which will he sold at prices
which defy eomfietition. we care not fro what quarter
U conies. Merchants particularly are invited to give
.a a call. Kemeer the place.
DL'XLAP, STEWART A REED,
N'os. 4 and 5, 3Jarket St., Warren.
SeptemT er26. lrii.
17AUTR0T & GILLETT, Wholesale
v and Retail Dealers in Cu . WaTritn Jkwilet,
Sir vta-Waax, and Kaii-r Goons. Warren Ohio
Having just returned from the Eastern .Man
nfactories, we broutriit with us a very larw-e
Ksorunent of extra-hne Ent-lish Lever Watch- V
es. in gold, hsnting and plain cases. Also, a superior
amlityof Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
est the thing for ti-ning horses. Also, English Lever
Kailroad Time Keefiera. in Silver Uanging Cass; and
larger stock of Detached Lever an.l Lenin. W ,tehe.
llian was ever before oiTered in this place. Our assort
ment of Jewelry, we S itter ourselves, is a better selec
tion than we have ever oefore made, having purchiseda
.each larger stock and of finer quality, th:ia has hero
lulore been brought to this place; such as we can fully
' ....... i ..... j i. in, i.m io can ami exam
nte my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing t- sell
tgain. will find a large assortment, and nrices thi will
.ntpete with Eastern Cities, as we purchase .or roods
ureciiy irom tne manufacturers, and will sell for as
small p.-ofits as any other establishment In the country.
few fine Douole Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
said very low. Now is the time for securing a good
arrain. Call soon aud see for yourselves.
Hatchet Jewelry, ate, carefully repaired and war
ranted. Jf Engravang neatly done.
i.-t. T. ljJ
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
In the New Building, opposite Uie Democrat Of
fice, Jfaia Street. Warren. Ohio.
B.ftTLrrrA Blows bin received their Sorinr anil
summer l'k.thiujind are preirareil toexhil.it the cheap,
est and most desirable lot of clothing ever ottered in
Una market, consisting of all the varieties of Coats.
Frocks. Pants. Vests. Jj-e., of the litest styles. Also,
HOYS' Cl.OTHIN., 1IAT9 and CAPS, an.l a full stock
UENTLLMDNS' FURNISHING ti'kJOS. A larM
ock of Broa.icl.iths, Cassimeres and Vestin-s. of rich
ind durable quality. All who wi.h to purchase Cloth
"sr. made to onler. are resiwctfully invited to examine
onr goiKts. and learn the prices, before purchasing, as
we feel conS lent we cannot be beaten in quality, price,
style or workmanshii.
CARD. The Proprieters retnrn their sincere thanks
the people of Warren ard vicinity, for the generous
patronage hitherto awarded them, and restiectrully ask
lor aeontinoance. P. T. BARTLETT,
Warren, June tW, 155. O. W. BROWS.
GUERREAN R0(.MS. 4Se-rssTU Shadow
sas THi St anTi.fca Fads." The Su'tscriiter is happy
announce to the cittsens ol warren and surrounding
country, tnat he has fitted up a snit of Rooms over Bald
win's Bookstore, sonth of the Post Othce. with a Urge
slif tigkt, where he is prepared to furnish DaTuerreo
tvpes in the Best Style ot the Art. He has a fine as
sortment of Materials., Cases, dec., of the latest styles,
.vhicli he has received direct from New York, ami
rhich will be furnished at tt iterate prices. He has
also a collection of Oil Paint ng and Daguerreotypes
for the gratification ofthe lovers of Art. a d has spared
no pains to make the rooms a pleasant and arreeable
place of rej-ort at all hours, and he is determined by
coustantaldition to keep ap their interest and make
them one ofthe places worth visiting, both by citizens
tnd strangers. And he looks for a liberal support in
his efforts to praify those who require his services as
Artist and Ducuereotypist.
Picture taken in ALL KINDS OF WKATHER.
All persons are cordially invited to call, whether
wishing Pictures or not
)pWork done at my rooms will bt varrwxiW.
WILLIAM F. PORTER.
Warren, Ohio. Sept. IS, 1S55,
Subsertlr is prepared to execute all orders in
above line, such as Views of Buildings, Bill or
Newspaper Heads, Envelop, Stamps, Illustrations for
Hooks, Handbills or N..s Pa:-er, dec, Ate, in asotieri-
DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS
all Kin Is. such as Views of Houses. Hotels. Shops,
Furnaces, Machinery, or Designs for the Pauent Olfice,
i f Call at soy Rooms over Baldwin's Book Store,
where specimens may lie seen. W. g. PORTER.
Warren, 0., --. I- '55.
OWA LAND AGENCY. The sub
scrilver offers his services, to those wishing to lo
cate lands in I-jwa, at rwonaMe rates. Particular at -tion
paid to locating Lind Warrants, or if desire L I
will locate and sell the land, for one hilf the p coots,
counting each warrant worth $1 $3 er acre, and pay
own expense, ('xcept the oiuct fee, waich is on
loiter for each 40 acres.)
Laud Warrants bought and sold.
Land Located fer cash, or eastern drafts, or on time.
Taxes paid and titles examined, in Central or Northern
Iowa. EDWIN LOVE LAND.
Retferenees Geo. Tayler, Esq., Cashier of the West
ern K Bank; Austin D. Kibee, (., Rev. A. M. Brown,
'armingt n, 0. ; D. II. Taft, Efp, Columns, O.
Scotch Orore, Jones Co., Iowa, Sept. ll, IcaS.
LOWHLL MASON'S nsw collection of Church
Music, eoiatains upwards of oxk thjc- .s pieces of
music, adapt d to a--out osr ursnsiD and tw ktitt wt
ire, and a much larver variety tbai nnal of Aw-rwsts
otjer Set Pieces. The ELEMENTS ol MCSIO
have been esixcialiy prvared f'yrSiusing CIasses--Ht
vnrietr of pleasing exet-eijes, four-part son?s. and
rounds rsperfed.and there is added MUSIC Al.N0
f AT ION IN A N UlSHKLIe alnrief course for schools.
A Specimen copy wiil be sent, by mail, postnaid. fr
examination, to ar.y teacher of music, or leader of clioir
receipt of sx5tt riv cevis. Pnn!ishd t-v
23 lark Row. N-w York.
Sanborn, Carter & Basin, Boston.
JEW STYLES OF VIOLINS at
Pomcroy's old Music Store. The Hm-st variet
Violins, lr'iiit'9 and Flufet letLSv th tl x have ever
1. can bJsV 'c s:en in :or a:id at -" ..rit Wtil
pirate. ADAMS BOOK. A MUSI ; i it-BE.
'AA TONS OF CIIEEar. WANTED,
tJ) Jtat which the histhe-t market nrtee wil! b.paid,
cash, en deiire-y.
llDI.iiS t M lKuAM.
Bent IX. l.-ij.
A very good Brick Trveliinj IIir.. for rUc
tac-.-.-tr v. iDPiMi?.
IEX THOUSAND DOLLARS
worth of L 4.C-I Warrants wnnled. X BS r5i-' Ife
highest prices for Land WarT:i,
rpA ALU HUT FeARY, Warr-t!0.
JERKY DAVIS' PAIN KtLLSii, 3
gro'S jstr-!Tea. ted f.r -;S at
teg. . 15. A. - M It'll k Ci.
"PUS American iJcriAicr, Riv! n'l ti
tart -as Jraool8peSHera.il wALSWiSJ. .
A PAN, as -a., ar.'l 171
K At Papf LeAveii tv.ul. Vvirv.
,T0. 13 MAIN STREET. NhVv'AK-
E.VNt; .M1.NTS!-tMPIRK H AT A CA"r ST 0 mil
Have Jnst received and are now openictr. the tareest,
most fashionable, and be, seieew-d s'.ock of ItJADI
MADE CLOTHING, Piece end turnisinnR jeHia,evr
foroaght to thta market, eona.stii.s; in art of the fol
lowing Good: Overcoat? of vitry stj : ie. t,caiit , ami
price, from the flnet beaver to li.e coarsest itcrsey ;
Pauu and Vesta of avary 3 an q--T
talk. ;nait i-nir. and see. .v?r- I ouy payb, g'.sa Sich
ols 4a Weir tt.e belt for quality, ttyle fti.d r ric. iheir
pitct jrooda are of the newest styles. erissticg cf
heavy lieaver pilot. plaiu ar.d twiiiM Cltb, v,,r" f-1
Pan-y Cassimeres : twilled Satinets; I i-'n anVI,'n-
Iey estit-irs ; a lew rare patterns of tfi? Velvet ', Main
and figured Silk ; saun, Calimlre. W onted Mohair,
FTRNISniNG GOODS. Shi rts.Conars.Cr.dermhirta',
DTae-era.SuspemIers.Swcks,Nork tie. Pocket Hand
krchiels. Siik. L.nrn, Lawn. tc; Woolen fe. Fur
Oloves, Kid. lined and anlined. Clot.. nucV'kin I-
eolors ; Buck Mittens ; Boys' do ; Umbrellas, a fin
assortment. Carpet- bars. kc.
TAlLOKINil done in tne oest stvle.ar.d on short no
tice. The eanacitv of E. W WEIR, aa practical
Tailor, is too well known to letpiire eemment. Partie-
iar attention fivn to Cutting, and warranted to fit.
HATS AND CAPS. It is a weil known fv t. Uiat for
eleven years. L. NICHOLS bat kept the larpest. cheap
est. and most varied assortment of nooils in fan iina
ever kepi in Old Trnmhull. snd the new finn have tw
announce that the stock of HATS AND CAPS has been
larjf !v inrrtrused ; so all yoo hare to Ho it t oall at
No Ifl Ma:n Street, and yon will t.here find a eompleta
outfit boot exceptetl for les money than you can
(ret the same in Warren. Remember one thin ww
have no old. shelf-worn Clothinjr, but an entira new
stock of fresh and desiraMe Goods.
As pas has for a lonr time been a Terr plentiful arti
cle in this comma n it v. we won Id he !ave to be ex
Iensed from uiintr it in this communication to my old
friends and patrons ; I would mnke r:y Seit bow and
return many thanks for the very li'.-eral and Ion r eon-
tinned patronage received at their hands. Ta the new
we woo Id say, you too are entitled to the riSM Land of
fellowship; so eome along, and we ft ill pive you a
h-mrty welcome to all the priviletres. hlessinr and hen
tits. of the larrest. cheapettt. and most varied stoek of
I Clothing and Hats and Caps ever brou:it to this mar-
wet- i. ;n ii. ittn.a.
Warren Oct. 3 -3m W. WIK.
E0RGE A. DAVIS. Manufacturer
and Wholesale Dealer in
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Franklin BoiMints. corner of Watrr and Sanerior sts..
n e have now in store and in nroceaa of manufacture.
one of the lareest, most eomrlete. and vmed stocks ot
FALL AFD WINTER CL0TU1NO
to be foand in the Union.
One stock, consisting erMrverconts. Clcakt. Talnut.
Frock, Dress and Has iu ess Coats. Pants and Te, it
mami facta ed entirely in this city, from almost every
description of material, am our which we may mention
the following fai.ries: Cloths. Beavers. Pilots, Mohairt,
Kerseys, Petershams, Satinetts, Blan .eta. Tids of all
colors and qualities for Coats. Doeskins. Cassimera,
Corduroys. Satinetts. of every variety, for Pants. Silk"
Velvets. SUins Silks. Cashmeres, Woolen Plaids,
Ptashes. Toilenets. Famwr Satins. Co-lrinons, of
every description and style, for Vests Together with
a lartre assortment of
enn si stint -n part ot Shirts. Collars. Cravats, Stocks
Tndershirts. Drawers. Hosier . gnpeniiers. OloTt,
I i nuersnirrs. tvrawers. Iiosierv, cnpeniier..
Overall.. Hickory and Overshirta. Trunks. Trawelstf
Haws. alisea. c. C .
Also, India Kahhwr
' Ol every aeacriplmn
The perfect, system to which we have hrourht every
lepaiiurent of our busines. after long and toilsome
vers of application and labor, mnst convince the in
restiotor of the superior advantages we are thus ena
i Iel to offer the Trade in the purchase of their stocks,
whether in small or hr qnantitie.
unr haswess, extendine tnronzhout inis Mate, Indi
ana. Michiran and Illinois offers unequalled ad van -tares
to the Merchants of these State, from the fact,
that ocr clothing is manufac ured to suit their trade,
nne years of intercourse havinr made us familiar wita
their cla- of customers.
We respectfully solicit a call from all merchants de
siring to purchase, ffelinr confident an examination!
of our stock will result in the moat ntisfactrry manner.
GEORGE A. DAY Id,
Oak Hall Cloth in- Emporium, Cleveland. 0
Cleveland. Sept. 23. lr5.-3m
ARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE I
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD!
JVei PmrticU Me.Mry inilt
Lrr th ArrUw-rxo Rcsd ard Pokdes f
Aa Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil.Rheu
matt am. Obstinate twtaneoo Eruptions, runples, ox
Pustules on the face. Blotches. Boils, Anne and Fe
ver, v hronic Sore Eyes. Ring Worm or Tetter, Sore
Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints,
Stubborn Ulcers, Syphil'tie Lisorders. Lumbago,
Sp nal Comp aints, anu all diseases arising front aa
injudicious use o. Mercury, ianpruue ;re in life, or
imurity of the bloo !.
IT r This great alterative medicine and Purifier of
Bloci it now used by thousands of grstcful patients
I from all parts of the United States, who testify daily tw
the remtrka- le cures performed by the greatest ef
Mtr iiciues. CataTsta s bisim mixtckk." Neuraft,ist
Rheum tism. Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin, Liver
Disease, Fever. U)c-rs, Old Sores, Affections of the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat. Female Complaints, .
Pains and Aching of th Bon as and Joints, are speed
ily put to flight using; this great and inestimable
For all diseases of the blood, notntnr nas yet been
found to compare with it- It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acts gently and emciectly on the Liter
and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, give tone to
the Stomach, makes the skin clear ant healthy, and re- '
stores the Constitution, enfeebled hy disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine vigor and
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than all toe
I eos etics ever used. A few doses of C aktu s bras
isu Mixtcbk will remove all sallowness of somuVxion,
bring tne roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health ia a remark
at'lc degiee, beyond all the medicines ever heard of.
The lartre number of certttiites wnicn we nave re-
I dived from persons from all parts ofthe United Stater
is uie best evMieu -e that ihgre is no bumat shout iL
I The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physiciars and
MiMic men, well known to be community . a'i at i tneir
testimony to the wonderful etlecta of this OKEAT
Call on the Aorirr and get a Circular and Almanac,
1 and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine unless s-ened bcsnett Bess. Pro
Iprietors, No. 3. Pearl street. Richmond, TsA,t whom
all order for supj lies and agencies must be aiidresaed.
For sale by E. A. mitn st Co.. Warren ; J.Cami
hell. Newton Falls; B. Brown. Ohlton ; Geo. Haalett.
Oastavus ; ft. W. Mears, Bloomtield, and by Dealers ia
Medicines enerywheie. nor yj
.EC1SIVE CHARGE! STORMING
OF THJt FORT MALARIA AND MIASMA t
I TTsanmwQ to Aotei-ts! The long protracted
siege of the above named Port, by the edtu dned forces
of Oaack-pathy. Homeopathy. Allopathy, and various
outer met lical powers, was suddenly brought to a suc
cessful issue by the appearance of one package of
PKAIRIU OLVI ILK!
The contents of which being discharirod for forty threw
hours under the direction of Cna.Pti.rs Rsiskk Hatmo,
speedily brought the enemy to terms, who had for so
long a time bees "shaking" defiance to her foes, and
'clullinir their rank's endetwors.
The PRAIR1X VOLATILE is a specific Ague Cure,
I See Democrat.) Price, One Dollar; forwarded by mail
MMf-naiii. Order direct from the proprietor.
I fHIDI V. UVI'UL'V UlVUilV
VuSAbno a. ra . l' ii. a, a n,.'i v.. ,
Cole burgh, Delaware Co., Iowa.
Asswk to CoxmEswMDiwTs roa rm "Ros-ite.' ,
A. X. C.w Sent on the ISth.
(j. 0.1 Three packages sent on the 18th mone
was 0. K.
' L- B, D. Your money came safe, but where .
I you live ?
"-A. M. aeni me pacaages uie iwir-wiu bvuu vam
L. S. M." That kind of money always goes sect
ckage this day.
0. S." Sent yesterday the eirht packages fo the
vai ioas parties, and wrote you particularly in regard to
I applying the bandages.
j. A- rue price oi uie miy nten.inei in uie
"Spirit," is one thousand dollar. Sent the "Volatile
on the iPth. JaiJ SO -"-
LILOWS, PLOWS. We are now ma
king and keep constantly on hand the following
popular Plows :
long s .10, l, corn now.
do No. 1, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do de
Michigan Double, do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cast Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
i tcmired on short notice
Sep 19 J. K. MQKJLBY
UT IX WHEAT EARLY.-
Farmers! now ts (he time to prepare land fur
wheat. Don't forget tne lessons of the past two years
Remember that early s-wa wheat generally escapes the
rust and the midge wrna, (weevil.) W know some
farmers who intend to sow all their wheat sefcr the
last of this month, August. See to it also that the tan d
s deeply plowed and well drained, then the. crop win
he ready to withstand either a dry or a wet season.-
Nw is the time se secure one of J. IL Morley f Ce's
Micaigan Double, or Sub-Soil Plow, aug L.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURS
l. LIvlCORS for Medicinal purposes, axd said t. h,
the best ia town, at asaySl P0RTK i Co.'.
"VJEWARK VARNISH-Coach and
a Fornitnn, warrantsd extra finality, for sale by
artg.Sr1 S.A.SMITH ACQ. .
PAINTING C. C. McXutt. House.
X 8iim and Omaaental Painter, Mala Stre t, (over
Isold stein's C.otbing starej Warriin, 0. Fry au
rronnd sine for sale. fau.-13.
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who kave tried it, say il surpasses any other kind of
plow in ase. Several r-vemiuns have been awarded It
at Sta and C.onty Fairs. J. R. MOKLKV at Ce.
Sep lis .
THAT YOU WILL FIND at tho
KW LTMt WATtR-CCRE.
Large and cemaj iaioos baiidinrs )re rwing Wsier
. !asact lot at ion, detigntful elirsate. kind and ca
anl a.sistanu, raeasant reeasawith a laree aaahes?
of tnvalnrst scuwiily deiaf weal, wm rr-.ivrr narucar
ar,..liwr r. KKIt M. D..
July lit leoj-ai- c LyasssO.
UK YuU INSURED
it If not. avp-y to Ui f tea leas... la Warr.a
ih oiliest, ?.tet. and i-.t e-.pri la C Sesntry,
a t tft: ii ef I '..'.'aa. tru-ot I. hwuiiaas,
anH eamUol I a e t, st.. r-aeess
V arrea, acg J. J. VAT0, ifex.1.
TSOATl. S A SOttWifcVMI ALi"
F a ceie -rare.1 and r;alxr rsaseAf Ut Swaasia Caa
jiialnl ; Uie lesaur Ive sait 07
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TENCSi PALINGS V Ui p eo Kasd
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V l RODS, Setl Iron. CnltiTor
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