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ni?U233 t AOiTs, P.-opriclors.
TERKS OnelJuIlaran:! Fi-Af Cent's in
adraure; Tw iJoliary, it' :. mcut is t
nt.idti in ad tasters
Sio i.aeri:.sc.iii::oue.l s itii all irriara;e are paid
xceptat tne option pt the ;w-i:sV-rs.
RATt? OF yVKTISINO. .
One squire twelve iiaes or l-ss. first insertion, t '
each a.lili'ional insertion "-
" three a-n!is -- -
" - six -
" " tee year 6 ,,:
Two iaare, three month " ,J
- ix - " ''''
- one rear ' 141
One-fottrLh of acolumn,t'i'ree months ....... f CU
six " 1
" one year
On-ba f of a column, three months u:
ix en "
" one yeir
One column, three month -" ,
six - 34 ""
" " one year M
Ad'lress Csrrt inserted f t the yenr.at $!.' I-r line
- TpavertiKeioent shonl.l he mark.-! ih W of
times to lie insrte.l, otherwise iui-y.il! he continued
ontil orlered oat. and charced for t the H"ve rate.
"T'Casaal advertisements to te paid for when hand
flavin a snnerior assortment of JoS Printing mate
rial. we are nrejiarcl tn execute in the hest manner, ail
kinds of plain ami fancy Book and -lob Prictic?,
Ad'lress Caids, Certificates. Label,
tasin-ss Cwls, Check Bo ikJ, Manifests,
Bank Cherts. Colored Printing.Notes.
Bi'ts of ba ling. Drafts. Programme,
Ball Tic'tets. Form Books, R-ceifts.
Blanks, ill kinds. Handbills. Phow R'lls. etc.
In fa.:t ererr thine done in th shane or Printinir. at
prices hit cannot fill tn snit and with the greatest "i'S
p itch. We kep eonstmtlv on hand a coo.1 assortment
of Cards an I fine Stationery, from which those in want
of Printing can select.
JatfceWaa't Con-stiMe Blank.
WARR AKTKB. MOItTO GRc QUIT CLAI"' DEEDS
eratos. KxiK iTioss. srirrni. no.
Constantly on hand and for sale.
On last Sa'urday evening, a stranger
toleiatly well dressed, provided himself
with a lodging place, in a barn be
longing to Mr. 11. Adgate, of this place
When Mr. Adgatb enteied the ham,
the strnti 'er informed him that he liked
his lodging very well, but that the diet
was scanty, whereupon Mr. Adgatk
brought him ome eaiables. In the night
the fellow stole Mr. A.'s horse, rode him
to Bris ol, took ' im to the hotel, told
the landlord that it was a stolen horse,
that he had stolen it, and wished theland
lord to take care of his horse and iiim
iielf, telling him that some body would
be after the loise and would pay the
charges on the horse, but whether Le
would yet any pay for his breakfast, V
doubtful. The landlord advisetl h m to
make tracks, but the fellow insisted that
he understood his buMness. According
to his expectation, he was followed, ar
rested and brought to this place. Being
inquired of by D. D. Beldek. Esq.. the
Prosecuting Attorney, ns to his motive
for such conduci. he replied, that he had
been told thai the Ohio Penitentiary was
a comfortable place to live in, that the
boarding was good, and as he wanted to
learn a iratle he had UaveUed a
long distance on foot, and had stolen the
horse lor no other purpose than to get
into the penitent:ary, for three years.
When Mr. I-eldes asked what he would
do, if representations of the facts were
made to the Court, when he should be
placed on trial, that it would notstntence
him, he replied, that if Mr. B. did uot
procure his con iction, he would steal
Mr B.'s "horse as soon as he was outof
He says his name is Fekrt, but refus
es to tell from whence he came.
Large Public Sale.
The sale of the personal property lw
loD"in" to the estate of Eliakim Hall,
deceased, of this township, which takes
place on Saturday next, will be one of
the largest which has been made in this
neighborhood. We are informed by
Harmon Austik. Esq., (the administra
tor.) that the amount of personal assetts
were some two thousand wven hundred
dollars, as appraised. The qua iiy of
the hortes and cattle are very suv rior,
and that of he other stock is as good as
the average. The quant'uy of corn and
hay is large, and also of excellent quali
ty. Judging from the appraisal (made
by men, who certainly are well qualified
to know the value of such articles.) we
6hould suppose that the whole property
was much belter than ordinary. It is
too generally the cat e at public sales,
that poor -articles sell ahove their value,
while good ones are knocked off at
price' much be ow. We hope that in
this instat.ee, a sufficient number of sub
stantial bidders wi'l be present, to make
NEWTON. Nov. 18th, 1855.
Eds. Chnmirle : You, in the Chron
icle of the 15;h inst., expressed a wish to
know if any of the farmers of Trumbull
county can make a more profitable ex
hibition of farming, than the one given
by Harmon Austin. I think I can ; but
will give you the lacts, and leave you
to judge for yourselves. Last season I
planted 6 J acres of land to corn, and
harvesttd from the same 26 bushels of
ears of corn, vhich, at a fair estimate,
would have sold for - - $281,00
The fodder from the same
ground I could havg fold
Total value of crop. - 341,00
Wh ch gives me an average, per acre, cf
$52.46. Can any man in the county
A correspondent, announcing a mar
riage, writes as follows :
" Generally speaking, marriage is. a
good thLnir. Personally speaking, I am
unable t decide; but if wishes are
presages of enjoyment, I would like to
ppeak tiom experience. unJei tne im
pression that it would add to nn happi
ness. What is the opinion of the Chron
That question is a poser. The Junior
could answer un lerslandingly, bat he
s absent ; and we, the senior, are in the
same boat with our correspondent.
Nevertheless, we incline to the opinion
that marriage, in ihe abstract, is a good
instit'ition. Still we do .not like it well
enough to turn Mormon. One wife
would be sufficient.
Samuel Keknedt, E q.. of Hon land,
in this County, has a p ir of two year
old steers, whioh weigh 31s- pound
Who can beat that ?
Dr. Fitch on Consumption.
United States Senator.
As will he seen by nfenxec to his
his card, in .mother colurau, this gentle
mill, who has been long before the pub
lie, in t!ie capacity of physician for
diseases uf the Lungs, will lecturvi in
Cleveland, on the 7;!i inst. Dr. V. is a
man of large eiu -rii-nce in t'us hrancl.
Ol his pr.)fet-sion, and his lec!u.'- w;i! !
worthy th: aUenti.m of the htH'.-veti.
Teachers J xamiuiti m.
Tin re will be an examination at
Empire ll.tll, in W'airen, on Friday th
7lh day of December inst., the 1 ut of
the season. Examination will commence
a' 10 o'clock, A. M. i'y order of the
Board. M. D. I.eggett, Clerk.
Judge Carter, of Cincinnati, has re
manded the prisoner John Lockhart to
ihe care of the Warden of the I'eniien
liarv. It will he remn.btred tha he
was paidM-d on condition that he would
leave the State. This he failed to do,
Hud the Warden has again taken him in
custody. The deci.-ion is, that by the
Consiitu ion and the current of decisions
ihe Governor has the right to impose this
term, and liiat the Ward'-n had a right
to take him bsica under a general war
rani derived through his office, without
process. The c.-.se. r is said, will be
taken to the Supreme- Court, nlit-re h'-
will receive Glial selilement. 0. Slate
DELIiYQUENT LIST OF L&ND5, TOWN LOTS, &c.
VLIST of Lands, Tcwn Lots, and Real Property, returned delinquent
hy the County Treasurer of Trumbull County. Ohio, in January. 1-aj. ('xc-i'ling tliose ,u Hl.n-h
the tnxes lure sii-ce leen i-aitij with tl.e t:xes of 1S54. to ahicli is arided a j.finUv of thirty r
centum, together - :h nil the tae of the present year.
lit Bit A KI).
Kays Benjamin II..................
Stewart Kottert hrs of.... ........ ..
Burton Charles. ........ ...........
Han Oliver E
Wick II B
Cougregational Society of liaitfoni
Laue Jehial... ............ .........
Ketaier Wesley ............ .........
Trac ' llnratio. .... ..... ............
Woodforl Georsre L.. ...... .......
Andrews Anna. .............. .......
llarues Sel.len....... ...............
Perham lleher.. ......... ......
Palme,- Henry.... ........
Stephens Richard. .
Stephens Catharine.. ............ ...
Porter Alunzo. ............ ........
Swift Oliver hrs of.. ....... .........
V eager Christian
Anderson James L hrs of
Adams Daeiri A.....................
Anderson Nancy.... ..............
Clark John.... ....................
Holder Gettr-e... ................ ...
McGeehnn llobert........ ........ ...
Thorn Sarah & Saphronia. . .
Wilson Kiiza. ......................
Fuller I L ".ax Sale"
Fpencer Alexander..... ...... ......
same ............ ............
Traesiull Jonathan dc others........
Fowler' Samuel .....................
Sa.ee ll tnnah
Brown Lucius U. ................ ...
Crawford Clarrtssa.. ......... . .....
Halstead Isaac.. ............ ........
Morris A lV. ............... .......
Webb T E (Crawford)
same " ................
Linsiey Linus.. ...... .......
Parker Gtdeo ll
Drake George. ............. .
Gordon Anon I (Tax sale)..
same '" ....
Ilea ton Lewis hrs of....
lieaton Warren hrs ot Ac John UcConnellS
Harshman Jerremiah.. .................. 3
Kincaid Thomas.... ............. ........3
bhaoer Henry..... . ....... 3
Btowe Franklin E (Tax sale) 3
Summej-yille Dani -l................ 3
Carter Anthouy (colored) ...........3
Drake Samuel.. ..3
same......... .................... .3
Hank Daniel --.-3
Powers Mlo (Tax sale). 3
Bnck Samnel...... ............3
Camp-.ell Phital 3
Pel pi son D-tniel.. ....... ........ .... ....3
Gordon Auou J ... ......... .........3
II irsh Hunn.hrey (Tax sale) 3
Hathawa Mary hrs of. 3
Lewis It issell & Co 3
Orms'-y L-yi ..........3
Powers Milo (fax sale) 3
Sutlid Hilton 3
Bearer John t 3
Liddle William 3
same .... 3
Liddle John C 3
Powers Isaac D .3
Park Thomas 3
Booth Roweca 3
sme.. -. ........3
Gihhs Emerson................ 3
lioilis ko'-ert 8 3
Hoyt Joseph..... .3
Kinfin John. --3
Parks Wentx 3
Kice Jacob 3
Brickley George 4
Clinc John 4
Deam Adah 4
Fuller Ira L (Tax sale) - 4
Horn -Michael....... .............. ......4
Sears Granville W 4
Woedard Leonard (Sneffietou). 4
Button Alfred 4
lrake George... ......4
Fileh Job- 4
Gordon Anon.. .......................... 4
Harmt-n John B.. ........................ 4
Kiny Leicester .................-.4
Martin Thomas ..4
McLain Thomas J. ..................... .4
Nelson John M 4
uin'y Samuel (Mullen). ............ ....4
Silencer Harriet (Hlaitkenhurg)...... ....4
Stowe Franklin K (Tax sale) 4
Lane John...... .........
Misner George. ........
- Aikins John.... .......
llrown George V (Tax sale)
Baker Sarh W
Harmon Heman K.. ......
Harrington Clayton (Tax sale). ...... ....4
aame... .......................... -4
Tlolliday J G
&zy Abraham N..
Miller James...... ...... ......
McOaistou Robert (Tax sale)...
Pinks Thomas R
Sprague Hiram li. ....... ......
same .......... ..........
Wilson Cornelius...... ........
It LOO -FIELD.
Austin Henry b
Arnold George...... ......
Frederic ; Henry.......
J ihuson Archiald (Tax sale)..
Peunyman Cliaries. ............
Sealey Esmi.'... ............. .
same ...... ........ ......
Tinan Torter ...............
Case Stephen... ......
Cline Jacob... ............ ....
Lnolt Calvin ,
Oriatt Loren. .................
Arerhill Klipha rt
Dailey Charles 0
K nsmau rrederick(Cro)....
Oviatt Ge-.irife N.
Per&ins Henry B (Giutaenger)
same (o May)...
Jwor Francis X..
Bockincliatc John... -
Collar II W
rt urin.ton Clayton (Tax sale)
Hart Alinira .... .
Uiuckley Samuel hrs of.......
H-tthaway Calvin,- ..........
McuVi..e Charles. ,
Reeser Atron... ...... ........
Ste;it.iiis Kliits Aun..r........
Tift Henry G
Wilcox WiU.sm. ............ .
MrH ( -..r-e '
Reiner Wm B
W iBf JoMpb I. ........ .,
; Tvtal Tax
3 16 e pt s w q,
3 VJ a pt
3 6a ii pt
4 58 n n e m
4 45 e m of a a'
4 1-9 s pt
4 t- nee
4 :s em
5 43 w pt
S V6 s m
5 It) tavern stand
19 n pt
5 28 em
5 23 em
5 19 nee
5 20 , w m I
6 Wilcox 1 em
6-1 sub dir
Ii N.BurSI nee
6 Wilcox 7 n e pt
6 " I sub dir 2
6 E Shep 4 w m
6-4 n ept
7 9 rm
7 IS nare
7 S e pt
7 4 D&mpt
7 7 npt
7 5 em
3 29 em
3 13 m pt
3 2 em
3 8 n n w m
3 m pt
3 15 a side n m
3 13 n . s pt
3 4 e pt
3 15 em
4 18 a m pt
4 9 pt
4 2 6t4 n fc s m
4 3 n m
4 30 eez w m
5 8 eside
1 79 1
1" 9i 0
t,i 74 3
1 f 5
7 52 0
10 62 2
4 17 3
5 C6 3
2 11 7
12 fill 4
17 32 3
6 98 9
13 CO 7
a 56 4
4 47 9
4 27 4
6 m 2
4 31 5
20 05 0
13 17 7
20 73 4
19 79 6
2ti on a
38 32 0
2 47 2
S3 32 6
5 72 8
3 39 I
1 04 3
11 fl 7
2 S6 C
22 40 8
13 50 7
10 56 f
6 117 3
11 68 9
9 95 8
6 42 5
4 s6 2
11 36 2
1 45 7
8 04 5
1 45 7
1 27 3
1 86 5
9 74 8
2 13 8
1 91 4
2 49 5
3 10 5
7 3 4
I" 5" 4
1 44 tl
I 44 0
6 rO 6
3 91 7
I 81 1
3 4'i 6
5 H4 8
9 4" 0
3 71 2
1 10 6
15 43 3
6 44 3
6 51 1
2 45 8
90 00 0
li 37 8
3 7K 41!
43 ; 9-6
47 V 56
esfcnwpt 65 3S1U) 8117
nm 20 3H6
n w e
s w c
527 100 115
1 50-160 3a
3 63 liki
liack of 5t6 ohltnn 2-5
n e pt
!i e jit
n e pt
s w pt
31 4 3!
d nj & i m
steam saw mitl ou lot 40 612
n m t
e m pt
24 Till lota 109-160 156 3 Fo 0
24 1 2lH 3 80 9
23 s m 2 52 6 5" 8
12 end 55 401 6 90 7
38 nem 7VI60 5 07 7
43 n e pt 106 1665 . 29 71 1
27 nm l 182 3 77 0
44 n e pt 3t554 9550
55 sub die 2 105 160 163 2 57 0
65 see s, 10 16 a
73 pt undivided 9 158 2 61
5 m pt 5 83 1 34 1
7 w side 28 44 7 66 5
56 venfrlot .112-160 I2i IWt
45 center lots 1 102 1 61 1
16 It 17 e w pt 175 'j 3978 34 311 0
21 sub div 5 fc 6 KM MM 3' 7 97 1
27 s m 61 100 280 S 65 0
13 414 eetwm 8 158 3 62 7
27 m 4 e pt 3 30 Hal 229 3 57 R
21 on n road 48 ItSO 106 2 75 9
21 ho. laud s w pt X 12 2 18 8
29 em 59 765 12 74 7
21 m pt 4O-100 H 9 16 S
3 m pt 97 1479 S3 09 6
27 n m 3X 'J55 6 14 0
1 n ept IIS 13 29 5
30 w m 4 41 67 3
28 nfplat 38 160 816 21 27 4
78 owe 10 143 3 15 7
98 ept II 2110 3 03 3
90 nec 10'," 2u4 3 08 3'
37 m pt 110 160 200 3 15 5
4' n w e 1 10 16 1
27 em ii 357 5 62 8
32 n pt 2 4J 63 1
27 cent store lot 10 14 8
27 "H of 45 160 10 14 8
26 sept 74 1510 34 t-3 1
27 see 5 612 9 65 3
8 s-bdiv5 4 6opt3-'S 640 6 59 9
sub dir 1 st4 3-J 'i 463 7 29 3
26 m pt a S 07 4
44 b m S 5 4j8 4
37 n w e 100-160 153 2 71 5
37 n w c 50-100 30 53 0
15 em 40 510 8 04 3
45 s pt 1 31 54 3
43 e pt S 153 S 71 5
60 center lot 1 67-160 500 7 2 1
59 m pt X 43 95 8
94 10 BoumandiriJediSi, 728 1139 5
59 m pt X 43 64 C
110 m pt 13a 22 34 2
110 e t 23 , 342 5 34 9
59 m 1 63 96 3
wpt 4060 100 541 8 40 0
10 w .t 46 5H9 B 37 3
59 w pt X 43 C4 (
21 a pt 3 204 3 31 3
23 No Sept 106 2162 35 30 0
7 No. 4 ept 49', 938 15 26 3
16 s m i, 3 4 97 4
24 nee 50 918 14 4 9
3 No. 3 w e ?X 355 4 14 9
18 No. Inept 59 918 14 94 9
5 dir I B pt 27 252 4 14 4
5 dir 2 n pt 237 3 89 9
13 am cent town 1 263 4 31 6
8 em 28 1; 3-9 6 40 1
sub dir ! "4 9r7 16 26 6
6 sub dir Sam 56 a89 9 69 8
8 sub dir 3 a wpt 3537-1HO370 6 C7 8
14 at 17 a w & n m pt IM 2' 32 45 I 3 3
8 suhdiv3nma;spt26 5.56 9 16 2
8 4; 3 n corners 3V2 5 79 9
3 4 3 a pt 16 1-4 3 t j 3
1 At 2 - e t w m 24 325 5 35 5
38 near all 176J S475 SI 27 8
7 n w c 50 612 9 91 9
w e 99 14 255
ob dir 142 ,,' each 1136
S no 8
27 99 9
3 84 3
11 78 7
22 41 3
18 27 3
9 S3 9
4 08 5
16 '8 0
11 64 9
8 08 6
w 4 nt
n w e
n m S8 43
center lot "V 3.57
The a'.UiUi.m of the Republic press
of Ohio is, to some extent, taken up wiiit
considt ring who shall be United Stat.s
Senator. With a voice almost ppit a h
ing unanimity, they have dec ared in
favor ol t!ie present incumbent. Hon. B.
KWmK and txpitsi the desire that
he Mia'l be hi t u successor. In
ieire e concur. We have not peimit-..-d
ourself to even ensidtr the claim
of anv other man, Vr ti e reason thai we
regard Mr. Wa.leV claims as so far su
perior to what thoe of auy other person
tiiu. lv any pos-itili'y, be, that it is idle
to wate time in eunsidt-iitig them. In
the gnat slru gle in Congress, which
resulted in ihe passage of the Nebraska
Kansas Kilt l:nJ tlie. repeal of the Mis
souri Coinurt mise. Mr. Wade was found
jtrue to his duty. We ate in favor of
sustaining and backing up i-er man
who, in that contest, was Hue and faith
ful, and tor this reason we hope ihe Re
publican Leyislaiuio of Oliio will re-elect
Mr. Wade. CircUviil? Herald.
Good News from Nebraska.
H. P. Bt nnet, (Republican) is elected
delegate to Coiu ess. fiom Nebra-ska, by
asma I majoriiy over Kiid B. Chapman,
(Deint crat). Chapman was imported
fiom this State, a few days before ti e
election, and every exertion made by
the pro slavery men to secure 1 is elec
ion, tut nil in vain.
TOWV LOTS A:
( at i l.i.r- h ii
Il.r- P.l. l.rl
T:is.-e Jul.n K
Mcl'arln.'y Mary A1.11. .. ...
IK-r.tun WTiireu h.. i'f
siine .. .
si me t
I.use W.irreii.... ..........
Mrj!i:ill Holmes J
Brooks Olivtr hs. of
rime " ........
siae ....... ........
Divi-lsmi Morris...... .....
Lemua-eil K Iwin hs. of....
same - ....
Miller r.ol-irt M
Myr -s Kre.lei :ek
IVlti ' line rhe' e..
Paiin Je .i-rsoti (t-.x .iV)...
Perhiui Ch-irl-s 10. r r)
f. Jr O. Cnai Co (.1. i-.)
Powers Miii' (tax s;ik-)
Qn'gt-y ie,r-ie W
ti-iin y Saniut VP OliVir)...
Smith fill Fuller :lnnV)
Webb Tiim-n li (t.is sale)..
Brown Jnseph (Kicli oml) .
Co irti-ev xllrtha ')
Cram-r John 8
liu.ton Minerva..... .....
Lrman Mrain 4 t'o.....
Oviatt L-.nra ..............
Power .Milo .........
Sio'.ve V E (evx sale)
same ....... i.......
Yali: r'r-incis J -
AX 01 tOU'S OFFICE, TlU "WllirLL LlOL'.NfV. 0III0.
Wauaaa, Novkxata 28th. 1-55.
I h-re' r certifv the fore..inc to e a correct list or all the land-. ton lots, and real property re
turned .lii-uu.ii't I v the Tr. a,urer of raid County, in January, in the year one thonsai d etzht hundred
and liftv-f.T. - except tbi.-e on which tl.e fc.xe have since been paid, and that the fort-eon, descrip
tion of aani lands town li.ts. 4c, is the same ntli.it on the Duplicate i.f li-3o. and that the Lixes ol the
pi-ce.lii.gj ar have been charged correctly thereon, with thiity per c.ntum ienalty ou such taxes,
tog'-ther nith all taxe of the 1 reaeiit enr. ,.. .. ,.
Notice is t'i r- fi.re !"-rei y given, th -t the whole of the several tracts of I mil. town 'ots.and real prop
erty in said list contained, or so mach t'n-reof as will lie nece .ry to pay the uxes and penalty
chareed th, r-on, w,ll 1 e sold at the Court House, in said county, on the s rond Moi d... (!4th daj) of
January, le56, l.y the County Treasurer, uni-ss the Uxes and penalty are paid before t!i .t li . e
PIANO F O II T E S !
I WISH l'OSAa to isiii AibalCAL
PUBLIC of this vicinity, that iwiug to the cuex
nectcil improvemeiitof my eallh, I am still iu
and now intend 10 remain here, and devote myself
th greater activity than ever to the music ..usiuess.
will also slate, in this connection thai 1 have sob.
my entire niiaceilaneiius stoca of Music and tmll
Instruments to Mr. G10. A.lauis. who will conduct the
business as heretofore at the old stand. He is rnak lig
lire additions to my former stock, and 1 respectful!,
solicit lor him the patlouage heretofore exleui.ed to
me in t!ii department. As for mysell it is my inten
tion to devote all mj time, e er;;y and capital, to the
sale of PIANO FORTES AND jdULoDiiONS. I am
now receiving the largest stock in this line. 1 hare
erer purchased, and am ,0-ered to say the lest stock
and the cheapest. It shall '.e my aim. as 11 lias ..eeu,
to sell uoue i.ut those 1 believe to be the l est luslru
menu, an.i at such prices as to make it it an object for
persous to purchase of me instead of I8iying at Clere
land Pitt-'Urgh or East. 1 select my Instrument,
with the greatest care, deliver them snd warraut-tliem
not only 10 !e good, ' ut to satisfy the purchaser. I
have 110V been selling Pian..s and Melodeons for orer
years, and so far as 1 kuow, Eiv cu-tnnicrs have
without an exceimon lieen lierfectly satistted. in every
1 oth with the .piality -4 their instrumeiits au.l
the price paid. I su join Ihe names of a few of those
ho have purclnet Pianos of me with n the last 5
years, to whom iiersons Interested can refer:
trumv-l L. Fuller. K.s..; R v. J. Marvin: Lewis
l.j.iiu-s- lion. M. tlirciiar I: T. J. McLsm. Esq.;
J. M. Il-xiep: i L v.-k; ll-nry Smith; P. Fnlk; .
Itrain.rd: Mrs. il.rtf.r': Miss Gr.eter. Music
Teacher: 11 ron Ueed; J. Vautrot; C. M. Patch; John
Ai Ti!rro-A . Wm. Porter.
Nn.es Junes Rnssel; W - Warl; John BOtlea.
Mii.tox. lion. J. To 1: James Powers.
Nurros Fabts. Horace elevens ; J. Grore ; E.
its i. ivii,i.e II. Sheldon,
lltsaw 0 Pres. Ilavden, Hiram College.
FsKW.KOToa Miss L. C. Slea luian. Music Teacher.
B tisiTii.. J. V". Pattengale; II. Corey, M. D.
IlLooaKiKi.n. Chester lloirard.
Pt!.0. 1e Burt. . .
Ktaiw. I) Alien.M.D.; II. Burnard; J Kinsman.
Vetwna Kaisa Olarii; Lyman Leonrxd.
am . Eli W. Dray.
II: iciflD. John Cramer.
Uium.-ll. Baruhisel; Ferris Towniend; Wm.
Voesos.oa, (. C. C. Chapman; Wm. Rost, Man
sion House: -T. 8 Uires: A. Meiil.ury.
Poi.ann, O. B. F. Lee.
New Cstli, P. T. B. Morgan; F. Perkins; Sam
uel Pearson; A Henderson.
WtLXiauToa. Pa. Rev. Wm. Francis.
Bosanwia. C. C ilrai ard.
Second hand Pianos and Melodeons taken in ex
change for new one?. All Instrument delivered free
of charge, and keiit in order for 1 year.
W irreu. Nor. 7.' 1855. S. T. P0MER0Y.
A TKRCIIANT TAILOR and Clothier.
ill. JOHN L. WEKK3
No. 14 Market Street, Warren, O.. (opposite the Court
llonse ) -
The laror with which this establishment has long
len regarded by the public generally, an I especially
those who appreciate a eery superioi kino of work, and
consider their oa'u interest renders auy other adver
tisement almost superfluous.
My extensive Fall and Winter stock or CLOTHS,
CASSIMERriS, VBSTINGS and TRIMMINGS, with a
choice assortment of READY -MADK CLOTHING and
Ft'RN tsiilNG GOOD8, and a carefully selected and
extensive slock of HATS AND CAPS. 01 all prices and
styles, and in short almost everything that is wanted to
improre the outer man, can at all times lie found.
From loug exierience in busiuess, and baring ar
rangements in New York so as lobe osted np in every
thing that is new, both in goods and styles of garments,
it i vi.um th.it a more nerfeet and extensive estab
lishment of the kind cannot be fonnd in this section of
country. (Oct- 1.. )
VTE.V MILLINERY AND FANCY
STORE, at No. 15 Main itreet, throe doors south
01 the P. O.
I. iiKSUMAY restrectfully nnoance to the Ladies
of Warreu ud oetgtihoriu turns, tht he h just
opeutMi a uevv snd ttriiou-uIc stocic or -Hilliuery na
Vmucj ii'Jo is, cunsistui of elegant Freucti 1- lorers,
K -bbons, tntw Ooods.Kmhroideries, Laces, Ureas Trim
minpa,Ho.tie y.tilores, iVc, tc., nud solicits a call
(ram lt desirinirmiiytriinr iu hit line. A full and f-uft-
iunaUle assortiaent of Bounet-t and Caps, of the Utest
styles, will ic kept consUntiy -n haD I. Also sirw
ltuunets cleaned aad pre-ifed, aud all orders promptly
attended to. uot7 1 UKsilAiAl.
i 1 Whereai mv wife. Kmilr. has freoaently threat-
eued to abscond with other men, and has actualty left
my . -ed and board without just cause or proToc-ation,
and has frequently threateued my life, this is to warn
all ersons agniust harborii.fr or trusting her on my
account, as I will piy no debt of her coTitr.irtinff-
Johnson, ?ioT. , IP li it lud.
r o" millers!
JL J. R. Morley ox Co., are now aMe to -upply Mil
ers and othei-i with a new com cracker, the best in
ss. aus li
IHESTAIt PLOW. Manufactured by
. J. K. MOKLEY k Co., will do better work than
my other Plow in the State of Ohio.exceptthe MtcMtran
trouMe flow. sepl'J, '5
Mahan's New Work on Spiri unlism,
JCLIOWL BOOKS, of all kin !s. at
ILLOTT'S 708 Ste 1 Pens, at
EDICAL WORKS !-Mei.r's Ob
stetics ; Dan ?li sail's Di. tionary ; Wilson's
Anatomy ; Druitt's Surgery ; Calombats on Diseases
of Females ; Carenters Physiology ; GrifhthV Medi
aal Botany : Gross' Pathologiccl Auat'jmy ; StiHe's do.
ct Sep l BALDWIN'S.
OL'-AN'S OINTMEX V AND C0N-
O DITION POWDERS can be hvl at
aug. E- A. SMITH fcCO'S.
HORSE CARDS, Curry ami Mane
Combs, Brushes, Gilt and Fancy Trunk Paper.
Fly -bets. Door Matt, Alicaitt Mat., Ac, at
.fur-. PATCH at ALLISON!.
I?M7RESS OF UUSaSlA. Mt-moirs
1 J af tne C mrt ai.d R-ii-n of C nherine II. ISsspre-is
of R.!!-.. ttfLlir M-tlt a .rief arvey f the R.r-nanoB"
Dyiiastv. em raci tne rei 1:1 of Nirhotsa fte fill of
S--vast mwI. sec. Pa tsbe-l on tne nun or .oveia
ber. aud is a ioot inteiest n aiid valua I-- work.
PHc- 91. A lew co-uiea ai
It IT V f . P'.topnttTy.
, ... . Out l.-.t In I. .11 or ,. . Nil. I'e t .- . T-u.l Tux.
1 earn I lat. ,,.,... ,,-. ,:,v. I. Kr,.t. I. c. 31.
Crj;tt..1 14 sJl 418 5 ! 7
47 a I H i i4 8
St '-' 4 S 97 7
Jli LrariU '.-.i ? '.1 1
Cilui 4 5 V'-i 14 2J 2
4 6- 3 1-5
4 7 ' C II 9
1 3 1-1 - 41 4
I s;l aii i-i 4 .3 8
Oh'tnu 1 i7 lll-l back No. 1 C6 1 2 1 t 2
N Vs 9 all 6. i S 6
91 all 6-, Si 5 6
93 all 6"i, i 4.1 6
" !4 all 6n', S5 4i 6
." ail 6i-S !j 45 6
" ! all Pi.', 25 45 6
97 all 0.:-, 1" 1 64 1
" !H all 6!.'i i 45 6
" 99 all Obi, 25 45 6
lt'j nil M 31 61 6
77 all Wii 1- 3 37 7
Ohlton 3 all 01 31 5H 0
10 410 ft w of 10 76 3.-0 5 68 8
WWirten !5 a'l 31 59 9
in al. 1." 2 11 5
17 N ; 5 1)7 i
S Warren 4 7 w 1 st all 25 64 3
Wirren 24 apt 108'i 11.70 27 89 0
E Warren 6 5 all 41 f3 2
f 6 all 25 57 8
Q Plat 61 all 205 6 l 1
W Warren 12 all I" 4
13 all 10 14 S
Warren 7S 54 all 26 S 12 1.3 3 s 0
W Warren " " '"3 9 33 8
u Plat 64 all 357 9 29 5
W Warren " ,:5 J '-' 0
40 5s' of all 37 5 "I 1
.. fiti all 20 32 7
67 all 20 32 7
74 W)t 4 (ii 8
Xarren 17 5 46 all each 33 357 9 29 6
W irren 75. 76 S8 all 5:7 3 10 400 II Wi 8
Q plat lfi near all 1".0 3 ntl 2
f W irren 6" !-'' 3 H !1
SWarten 5 2 1 25 2 5 27 1
18 114)2 i II 51 1 37 7
18 11 a; 12 ?, S3 TS 4 66 1
S Wirren 4 2n all 50 178 4 C3 5
ltrreo 1 13 w,t 76 1 68 4
75 1 S 1"'3 3 98 0
Q plat 4 all 316 7 97 I
10 all loS 3 73 0
.. II all 112 2 73 0
.. 12 all 112 3 73 0
Warren S8 16see Sf4 5 31 8
777 3 part 5 12 8
Earlsville 1st dir C all 18 3 21 4
2.1 dir 12 alt 25 45 3
1st lir 53 all 122 3 10 6
1st dir 3 all 103 2 05 0
2dilir - 7 all 34i 5 52 0
,fliv 52 all 61 98 7
1st dir 33 B.pt 13 27 7
3.1 dir 28 pt(
3d dir S9 all 153 2 4" 6
1st dir 27 all 82 1 ?3 4
lat dir 25 all 20 . 32 5
.. ln.liv 26 all 30 48 7
.. 2, dir 13 all 31 49 7
lit dir 13 all 127 3 ( 6 4
"Add Slilir 24 n-arnll S 11 0
31 dir 15 nipt 66 15 i'3 8
" - 1st dir 12 5 6 2n 3 5
N Falls 72 371-Htia ept 7rt 1 27 9
73 2tlJja wpt 423 7 14 8
73 2'4a ept 46 77 5
11 74 17a ail 347 S 1-8 2
Earlsrille 5 h dir 4 all H 16 3
5lhdir 3 all 5 !8 7
GEOGRAPHY for the Million!
V T SMITH: MODERN AND AXlMEST QKOQItA
Pllv,for SeiitHilj. Aca-lemits and Fin.. lies ; with tin:"
Ut- stimi.rovetm-t.t-; accott.-.uie'! 1-y a Iwgf and val
tial:e ,tias of .Modern an. Ancient V-ips Al-.-. full
de-cr;ptionvf our aewiy or-raLixet Tt-rntorien of NV
rttta and TvHiis-is. with thir .r inUne i.itl out at
cnriteiy on the Mtji of the I'nited S.ales. 2y tlos.x kli.
0. Smith, A. M.
This work h i lu-en very much eu)itre-1.emlelli4hrd
wth new I!lutrtiniiri tlir..uy:htnt. d i-fT.cl cxpre-ilv
fnr it, criticnllv rnrraactetl.aiid thor-tuh,- rrviiH d, s
as to conform to th last c-nus of ti.e 1'itited -ta e5
to lh-l of lire-it HrUin and IrelMiid, March. I-5I; and
to the laV-st that couid te o'-tainel of other count riejt
The acqatsitiun of territory to the United Stat-s, thf
ic..Terv of th j mineral weilth of California and Aus
tralia,:'nd the estai'lishment f meam romn.nnitatioti
etween rem te jmrt of the e irth. have greatly increas
e-1 irrompliic-il knowledire.
The iutormtiou thus obtainf-d has been carvfully
collectr-ti sitsd iiinert-d in this edition. It has been not
orly nrcessar to corrt-ct the maps of former edition),
' ut to adil new maps of the States of California and
Tr-jsa. of the territories of Orejron, W;i-.hiiicton. I'tah .
New Mexico. Nebraska. Kinsai, anl the countries of
Mexico slid Central America, which has been done
from the latest and heft au'horittet..
The Atlas has been not only thoroughly revised, cor
rected an 1 enlarged, as state I above, bnt it also con
tains a lar-;e number of new and interest ins; statistical
table, from the cenns -f the United States
A series of drill qn est tons, for sent ral revision, U
ipr-endel to the work, which will re found t (rrent
convenience to the Teacher, and aid to the Scholar, in
brinirinjr definitely and distinctly ohismind.ini con
dense! form, Uie mair features of the sut-jVct he has
P.irticnlar attention has been paid to the prr-wth tn
wealth, p-ipulatton and restmrces of our own country.
The id ription of our new Sutes and Territories will
-e fonnd more full. accurtUe and complete, than in any
other work on this subject.
Besides all this, the work Is rendered still more per
feet and valuab le. -v the ad -ition of a com-dete com
pendium of ANCIENT GKOfiK API! Y. -rhich will be
found as interesting and instructive as the more ex
ten-le.) treatises on this su ject.
F.verj discovery jri vins additional knowh dfre In this
'rai.ch of science, up to the present time, has been
The work Is a perfect and accurate mirror of the
wo 1 1 as it is, alludin-r also to the important hitorir:il
events which have taken place in the countries describ
ed It w-ll therefore be an invaluable attendant in the
stu 'r of History.
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CHAPMAN'S GREAT DISCOVERY. Tnw Moinrtiy
R-.iNRow.or Chanmau's Pre t 'alculations tor Eletueut-
ary Changes, base! upon Ihe discovery of the -jhysical
laws ana harmony ul electr.eai act:ou pei-raning ine
solar system, as involved in the ditlertn; eCtcts f
light modihefl (or polariseil) by diuVrei-t anifles of re
Urctiou on a larjre scale. This io.pt: riant discovery of
the laws of unture which reguUte the changes of the
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patres of hi-torie ircord The surprising accuracy
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all elew . ntary changes prediiiosi g mre to storms.
rarthquakes, aur oris, etc.; alsj atmo-ipiienc cnanges
within the hour fjr each day, months in the future, ant
the physical effects on the health, feelings and humor
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cent fr six months.
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which Dr. Chaptran has devoi-ti the last nine years '
close o.rvation. Pu' lislu-d every six months, Mrreh
and Septenjer. price 1 1 per ro am, for wliich it will
lie sent, post paid, lo ai.yp.irt of ths country. First
volume now ready. A id res
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T." r A -ret. Is wai led in every county tiov2t
T ARY LaD0. at
.". V...7 TT"
1AMr BELL1SM K A M l.MSU ! ' -y
MOSliEIMS Cliurch History.com
fslSH sVftsw Vttn yt irTvwd e ADAM9-
LATE FROM THE FR0NT1FR! INTERIOR TOWNS all IIKARD ILOii .
I.AKGK MAJORITY l-'Olt Till; "TAI.I. UlilCK."
PACKARD & UAKNUM,
Enc-urird fier jrje -nd iiacre;iirif s:Ies iiotwithstai-u.t-g tbe hard tin.es, aenrritr and h:.cTi prfrei-. and
1:1 aui:c:ia:ioii o' 1 c w..a tune -.uu.:i Lave urchasd aud are now receiving at their a:aa.i;t:i iUnlware
"ra,iVjur. t a-rirtp Triiumiiif:. Iron. Faii.?s, tl;:ss. VariiiIi .:J y,l Xiv,
!iin invt r i n t.r.-u-'ht into .! J T.u u' uH." Lnnff eaperi-nct.a -er'cc: ac;n.tiLta: te a .th the clmu
fVc'urer f t--'- e-.-tf-ru Stales. ad c ri:--xi"n with an Iroa Mill iu litis .eUi.ty, enables us tj oiler great
inducetut;. I t a;-h:n? to p-trchasr gois lu -ur line.
A.: pe-M'ie in rral, mechanics and ua-jr-taiiu-tTJ iu j-artwa'ar, f inner s and tbe:r wive- nnd rbiUren, ar--fiv-t
-1 to c il: and b-ok throu-rh the stock. Th- warts ..-i i r.-tire cijajn;uiaty lutve btva ltaawd ta, without
diMincu.-n f color, size, personal ar.oearm i or jh.i i
To our f..e:.,is in the JiUKs lit bIM, e arc pre: are! to exUL It an l.NUSUAL PILE cf
e-.-ryt:iiiip( can c used in, on or a-ci:? a 1 uc.. .
M-cnt:: c t:i-ii.r.x to replenish la-iir Si'!. Li tiF T0'S, uill do well to cal! ar,d examine our stock of
P!.i.i-". m .. Oust. I. Ilammtrs. rt.cksa:id Dies. 4re.,nhiei are r.:: snrajsed by .iy eU Itshwen: iu Ohio.
I MMWiSiis OF N f'W AND DESlKAdLE ST I-E--. a U;t &m sp!ci,iii.i assortu.er.t.
? Ki't- j.istly ccle r:it d Wh.'ehtig Niiii. 1U0 boxes Fraukl:n Krk GLs; White Lead Z.nc I'aiEt, Oil
Yaru.sU, l atty, i iue h, Jtc Arc.
OUR IRON DEPARTMENT
Ii :.i ill tin.-- full stv-ckr.l with good Xlcrse he Lon, Burr:' IruL. Wa'ju lrou, and Iron of alt kicis, by
tiie l.tr. I'laU'ile, aajoii or l-tit tuad.
H e h ive sceun. d the s -Trices of an Euglis'i Gun Maker, and are now oilering better R.tl-.s, at lea prices than
ever before .i:.-rcd in this country
"PReuimib, r the
September -ti, l"
r i:.e place, ana caii at me laii uric it,
M10CLAMAT10N EXTRA ! (iREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES!
TO T11K PEOPLE OF iKl.MBI-LL AND ADJOINING I'ljlNTI KS. a ho hare exicndnl so iirrral ami
.;t ,.u -i uriin ijre to ni. ,lunn tr: s.a yrar '.a.t. ir. a ino.l o, tmx if hai i-riu ty,y tio;l fuitune t'.i
f jro u.any aciaailiUi.iiCi;s. !aai.e uial:) frin.ns shi.se fi iruilsti:i ami Kiuiiiicss will ever Jie reuia.lrrrii witli the
m.ist iilmsaiit r:iiotii-ns. Tim', in i" oiisrarl liiuhl. ( rints many chaoses. Sia yrars a?o, a-.d tlie Clullnns;
u...;..u. ;.. in. I Tmmimll was in us iiiiuneji, .ri your
in irr.u. ftarting lit. .lKnainai.in.i m s iicuea. anu isii lairiy, lie iiopl to ;.i:.lii a a trade that woul I
st.a lily iiicroa-e anil l.riliK to his counter, nn tlir r.-(nrc .f r.u-h je:.r, tiie fai-fs of those who were his patron
at the iirst. UK HAS NOT BEEN" DISAPPOINTED. A prorress almost nniara!lel In the history of traile.
has in irked -he success ol this e.uahlishmeiiL Asd this Paoi lm v-tn is issue.l to inrurm all who are in want
ot CL0TU1NU. of any DESCRIPTION. PRICE. QUALITY OR QUANTITY.
from a CiUim Shirt to a cart lil, can he aci-omniolate-l on the most a.!vantareons terms.
1 HAVE LI D THE VAN. BK'll'liUT 1WN' TIIE PUK ES. I'ONTKt LLED THE UCSISES-t. since tbe
e..m.r.i'r.cetn-riit. 4ND MEAN !0 TO DO r'UK THE PITTIKE. I am now receirinj liireit from the Eastern
Cities, the LAKUKST STiH'K OP PALL ANO WIN'TEB CLOl'lII.N'i. erer opene.1 in Trami.ull Coontr. eon
aistinx in i.art of the follow. ii aools: Hsarr and Fine Orercoats, a larse assortment of rvll kinds, rrailes anJ
qualities: Dress, Frock. Sack anil Business Coats, of all colors, sha les ami varieties: all kinds of Pants, from
t:ie r.iarsi-st !o the rerv Sliest; asplendi'l ansortmer.t of Vests. conS'tini r silk relret, plaid, fancy and plain
satin, silk, canhmere.cli.lh. cassiiuere, c ; lots of Kurni.hilie Goods, ."Inns. Drawe.r. Undershirts, Crsrats,
ll.uidki rcliiifj. Collars, Socks and S'lspend.'rs. A Sue stork of Hats and Caps, which rill iiesolJ cheaper than
these articles ever have .'e-'n sol I in Tru:n .ull Conntr.
A LARGE STOCK OF COYS' CLOTHING.
I have also a line and well selected stout of CLOTHS CASSI1IKRES. VESTISGS aril OVERCOATING, for
th purixise of inakin up all kinds of custom work, which will he cat and matte in the eatand most fashionable
style, an. I ly the l.ejt mechanics in ihe country. And in or er that c-nnmanit.T may ie posteil op in reirard to
nrices and there' y prevented from being shaved iu some of the small concern aooat town, I give a brief list
ofthepr ces. -f HEAD!
Good woolen ovpr'coats from !52,7o upwards. Good wooleo suit of cloth coat,
pants, vest ami bliirt, 65,' 0. Fine black suit of clo h, consisting of
black coat, black pants anJ satin vest, 9,00.
My stock is the LATW1BST. P.E3 " SELECTED, and I stand ready to prore it decidertly the CHEAPEST erer
hrou-ht to Trnmi.ull C.lnnty. toiler it for sale. It comes within the wants and circumstances of all. To th
l.ui er in search of CLOTlUSfJ. let me say. look around. examine the stocks of th-s .iall dealers iu this article,
then uive me a rail. It wiH aitord me pleasure to show yon thronith mr ex ensire osjcrttneut an variety, ami
ii 1 fai! in suiting vou in quality or price, the fault will be my own. To my competitors, who so far forex-t the
civilities of trade af to indulire in themselves, oruern.it those in their employ to induce my character and at-
traipt tu iiiiure my reputation "j a rran . . .j.... .. . . . ,u, ia.sen..o.ts, l have bat
one ort lo sap. It's this: "Slan lers. like chickens, i-orac home to roost. Mine's a noble revenee to rire
"h, .0 ds-Miviiiir community BETTER GOODS at LOWER PRICE than CAN or WILL do. This pledge Igrire
snd WILL IIKDKEM, and be happy to see my oM friends.and be ple.seil to make the acnoaintane of new one
w..n ihe. esn ma ke it eonrenteiit to pise me a call.
Office. No. 11 and 13. Main Street, Warren, Ohio.
jsain street. r .irrer. :rv.o.
PACKARD t BAP.NU3I, Proprietors.
nuiii..ic .-rvani was tne 1 1 t uer.OD la inateuLenii
Jtemeut'ier J doars, iak runt, i doors south of the Post
P-P' J. GOLDSTEIN.
rvv vriRTT STilUE. FALL AND
I WINTER O'lOD-! are row arrir.n?. and the rrj
will :.e, "still th. y come' for the next s;xt na. ..c
have en.leavore.no ret up a i-iik.. .
son. which h is never been eo,u.aled in Trnm all Coun-
. - . ... . . l.nilH.ln.,1 tO tile
IV. l.-r exiei.t. c iioi-'ei..'. - -
wants of the nubile, and the L diesin particuhr. tn
S.Ik and F.ancv O .O.IS. we nave "
worthr rinairet:nn; wniie in 01 u -- v ....
fnllv nt hom-. and pr-pareil to convince nm friends
t - 1 .1 -. 1,-,. '.mti .iren ont.
U,a, ,r.e. mar. ... ........... - - -.-RVT,.
pt. .1, l"J.. .nLsa"-
"niFTY CENT DRESSKS.
I IISI nieces o d fast Prints, at 'i cts per yard-
Prints. English and French Chintses. Scotch
Skilli.r linL-harns.atthe SEW YORK STOKE.
rVR0VN & BLEACHED Shirtini-s.
3 or eood .piality. at 6 cts: heavy muslins and fine
sheeiii es in ..ronortion. at ti.e NEW VOP.K rOliK.
I7MBR0IDERIES & TRIMMIN(!S
I!i Rich Thread Laces: Swiss and Cambric Coll irs;
Sleeves Bands and Embroil. cries: Velvet, ooira An
tique and oth-'r st l.-s rrimminrs. The lailit say it i
ueat t. examine the great ?T0RE.
ROCHE, Lo g and Square Sh .wl: ;
ilroche. Cashmere and Hold End Scarff : Shawl
of all kinds, iiicluilinnome new styles; Cloaks. M an-
tillis. and a full assortment 01 uioaa anu i''- ..
;lt tt4 NEW lORtyyTiiHK
ICH GALA PL IDS. Coburs and
Della -es- Fancy. Plain and shilling DeLaines;
the largest stocit of French Meriaos in towu.aod at pri
ce, that defy competition, at the roRR
EAVY RICH PLAID SILKS, Bl k
SilVs of superior uualitr and lustre; suss or an
other kinds, iucludinr. SILK BONNETS; Cloak anil
other silk velvets; rich velvet and silk eatinrs re.
F A It K V r t
pLOTHS & WOOLEN GOODS
The pa'die know tliat we keep the largest and
cheapest st -ck of cloths for men ami boys' wear. ii.
. .. ,1.;,,.. in il.e line, from a zood two shilliul
Jean to a flue I roadcloth; therefore we iw ply sav, le-
lore 'uyinp, call at the luaaoiuss.
-- Hlid's. Sui-ar.
ut ji'j Bbl's. Molasses.
ii Bics Coiree, for sale at Cincinnati price,
a'ding freight, at the XEVOTK STORK
IRESII TEAS Green and Black at
I? 5Hc 7Sc and $1 ,110, of superior flavor, at the
NEW YORK STORE
iYeADY MADE CLOTIliN,. AND
li HATS AND CAPS. We have openeit a sales
00m devoted exclusively to this trade, and keep as
lara-e a stock as can he found In the county always
cheat. and warranted well made, at the
NEW YORK STOltR
pOYAL WILTON, Brussel-. thret
I L Ply, Inrai and Venitian Carpeting, also Rnir.
Uru 'gets. Mattinjts. Oil Cloth, te., the largest stock in
old I'rumbalt, can lie had at the
NEW YORK STORE.
I3APER HANGINGS, Win ow Pa
I per and 0:1 Shades, at the
NEW YORK STORE.
("1 ROCKERY, G ass-Ware Looking
J Glasses. ac, a large stock can always lie found
at the .NEW YORK STORE.
pHEESE WAREH0USE.-IlESRr H.
V Collins, Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
for the sale of ('neese. Butter, Pt and Kearl Aihes,aod
Proiuce geuerally. No. Wood .U, F i us-urti. Fa.
Webster's whole Scries;
Andrews Latia Kuglish. and English Latin;
AniUon's do do do
Aniiioa'i Classical Dictionary;
AutUun's -ireeit and Kotuan Ai-tiquities:
ticseuius Hebrew aud knglish Dictionary;
Anler's lieriuan anil Knghsh do.
tfijiere's srench and English do.
Ne.s-nvtn'j and Birette's Spanish and English do.
Level ett's Lat. and Eng. aud Eng. and Lat. do.
Biole House Dictionary;
Pocket Lexicons of vai ious kinds;
Authoo's, Andrews' auu Baillon's Cear;
oct JT AT BALDWIN'!.
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SHERIFF'S SALE. i?y virtue of fwo
tO Ki- FVs,to med'reetelanddHivere !.bvtheri-rk
of tu- Court of C'immon Pleas, of Truui uM County. 0
I h-tr l-vie-l on, and will expose to public sale, st the
door of the-C-mrt lloae, in Wirren, in sid C-mntTt
on Saturday, the ---ih d ty of December. A. D. be
tweeu ihe Uours of H u'c ock A. M and 4 o'cloclf P. M.
of il dav. the following described property, to wit.
1 ! .rrel M ire, 1 Siddl and I Bridie, lo be soli at the
suit of sJ.iEi-s Ward It Co. vs. John Flow-r.
11. R llARMiS, SUiTiiT.
Shcri T's 0Sc, Warren, Nov. tf-. 1-o5 -?
MEMOIRS of Hon-? VIII. of En;,'
land, with the fortunes, fates and ch.iractr4 of
hi aS-'i W in'M. frm the b-st autliorities. by Hfiiry W.
l!-?r -e;-t. This s an ele'int historical work, and
sfi-.-ild I f in everv family iirary in the con try.
Pric- JS .?. it (oov A DA MS.
BEAUTIFUL (JATE. and
uth.T t;-le-i. nic? cottection of Jurenlle stries.
romt'Tising. A St-'ry f f Ihe Cr--. Th-.- Little fttreet
S:ii.'r". Litile Alice's Prayer. Ac r. This is a
pr--ity bojx for ( hrU:naas. A tyia-'t-ty at
u .v Ss
J i W COPIES of the debate on Spir-
' i.u-1i'n b.-twrr f.rrrtt and TiJaiiv. jut
-es -ie.l at DIS'.
We h.ive i I I nearly six hun
(nov d. e i of this iiion
DULCIMERS, a beautiful in-irurru;nt
QTAND NOT UPON TfJE ORDER
O OF TOUR OOINff, BI T 0O 1.T 0VCE"
To DU N L A P. S r E H A R T st R K E Di. a nd exarni ne their
splendid stock of Goods, which are daily arriving hr
the hoat load.
Thi facilities which our firm no. possess, (one of th.
firm Items' constantly in the eastern cities, thus heins
aide to take advantage of the market.) are not equalled
l.y ar.y house iu Ohio. We fall the attention of Mer
chants and the pajdie erally to the fol owini list of
article, which, harinit i.een purchase-l before the Teat
r-sc in price, we are eaa'..led to offer at New i'ork
3i hhds. P. R. Suifar;
10 hhls. Stuart's Ret do.
25 " C. C. do do.
25 " Molasses;
J "Hi bars Rio CoTee;
3 mats Java do.
Hi chests llreen Tea;
511 caddies no do
1 chests Black do
ill caddie do do
S i Wripping Twiae;
S"S1 lh Alspice;
5i I'.. Pepi-r:
511 lb Brail I Nuts:
SKI ! En. Walnut:
HK lbs Hard Almonds;
I 'Ml lb Soft do
S." bill. Mackerel;
UNI taxes llerrinr;
1( sacks Dairy Salt:
5 lintts Chew'g To.iaeco;
holes do do
d x. Cnt and Dry do.
11)00 gmok'nw d0.
!') IM. No. I Nutmegs;
5 bids. S. c. 8o.la;
5 - Cream Tartar:
510 Cala Liijuoric;
50 mats Cassia;
9II Kxes Oroond Pepper;
95 doz. Pepper Sanee;
51 six lb. can Mustard;
5l doa. i Ih. cans do.
1"0 M Ciars. all grade;
llNllwhela Pea Nuts:
-a oixe K.aiins;
euitos Transparent Soan: lis) p. .
i. ." Trns'rJ' 50 bbl, Pittsb'g Cracker.;
1 Maes Rosin Soap; 5H boxes S.la Biscuit;
10 - Castileno. 9ioi. Rltckint:
S!0 " Varirinteddo. ill - KUcking llmshes:
And the best assortment of -TANKER N0TI0NS"ever
brcu-ht to this narket which will l.e old at prices
which defy eomjirtition.we care n-t from what iiuarler
it comes. Merchants iiarticnlar'y are inviie.1 to give
us a call. Remember the place.
DC.NLAP. STEWART fc REED,
Nos. 4 and 5, Market t., Warrea.
Septr-' e. ?B, If 55.
7AUTR0T ttTGILLETT, WM,.sale
r and Retail Dealers in Cua Ks. Wan am Jkm elrt
Suru WaRE.and Paaiy Goons, Uarren.Ohio. . .
Having just returned from the Eastern Man- iA '
ufactories, we brought with us a very large ? "'5
asaorunent of extra-line English Lever Watch- Xfts'
es. in gold, hunting and plain ease. Also, a superior
piality of Duplex Watches, with independent seeonds.
inst the thing for timing horses. Also, English Lever
Railroad Time Keeirs. in Silver llanving Cases; and
a larger Mock of Detached Lever and Lepine Watches
than wa ever before oifered in this place. Oar assort
ment of Jewelry, we flatter ourselves, is a better selec
tion than we have ever .efore made, having parch wed a
nmch larger stock and of finer quality, than ha here
tofore been broaght to this place; such as we can fully
iccommen.l. Jveryiody is invited to call and exam
hie my stock. Pedlar, and others, purchasing ta sell
again, will find a large assortment, and price that will
v impete with Eastern Cities, as we purchase our good
directly from the manulacturers. and will sell for a
small i-.-ofiu as any other rsta'dishment in the country
.1 few fine Oounle Time Centre Second Watches, will
l e sold rery low. Now is the time for securing a good
I ar.-ain. Call soon and ee for yourselves.
Watches, Jewelry, Ac, carefully repaired and war
ranted. P . Engraving neatly done.
Oct. 7. 1851.
BOSTON CLOTH INcTIiOUsE
In the New Riil ling, opposite the Democrat Of
flee. Mim Stmt, Warreu, Ohio.
Bsari.rrrdi llaowa have received their Spring anil
Summer Clnthiuirjtnd are prepared to exhibit the cheap
est aud most desira'de lot of clothing ever oifered iu
this market, consisting of all the varieties of Coal.
I'rocLs. Pants. Vests. Ire., of the latest styles. Also,
BOVri'CLOTIIJNO.ilATS and CAPS, and a full stock
of OENTLEMENS' PIRNISIIINO HOODS. A large
stock of Broadcloths. Cassimeres and Vestinxs. of rich
and durable quality. All who wish to purchase Cloth
ins. made to order, are resjiectfully invited to examine
our roods, and learn the prices, berore purchasing, a
we feel confident we cannot lie beaten in quality, price,
tyle er workmanship.
CARD. The Proprieter return their sincere thank
to the people of Warren aril vicinity, for the genernos
patronage hitherto awarded them, and rrswct(ullv ask
for a continuance. p. T. BART1.ETT,
Warren, Jaue 80. 1?J5. Q.W.BROWN.
T0WA LAND AGENCY. The sub
1 scrilier offer, his services, to those wishing to lo
cate lands tn Iowa, at reasonable rates. Particular at
tion paid to iocatinj Land Warrants, or if desire I. I
a ill locate and sell the land, for one half the profits,
counting each warrant worth 91 '25 per acre.and pay
my own expense, (.-xeept the uthee fee, which is one
dollar for each 40 acres.)
Laud Warrants bought and sold.
Land Located for cash, or eastf-rn draft, or n time.
Taxes paid and titles examined, in Central or Northern
Iowa. EDWIN LOVTLAND.
References Geo. Tayler, Esq.. Cashier of the West
ern K Bank; Austin D. Ki-iMe, Esq., Rer. A. M. Brown,
farmingt m, 0. ; D. H. Tift. Esq., Colu-n' us. O.
Scotch Grove. Jones Co.. Iowa, Sept. 1J, If 5-.
1. A very good Brick DreUiog House. For partic
ulars inquire of autf W. IDDI.N(ii4.
TEN THOUSAND D 6 LL A R S
al worth of Land Warrants wanted. I am paying tbe
highest prices for Land Warrants,
sep j ALBERT PERRY. Warren. 0.
American Debater, and all the
. vari us Sehool Speakers, at BALDWINS.
I A PAN, as it was, &nd is, at
EAF P.ipcr Leaves, Petals. Wire &i
J at BALDWINS.
TO I'EUSONS OUT OF EMPLOY
1 EN T- The Hest Hooks 'or At-nts. Send for a
fe rooies and try thesa auunr your friends.
Robkrt SjaRS -jsu -iisues the followiuiE popular illus
tr;.ted wortas. aud lr the sale of which he desires an
active ajent iu every Cotinty ot the United State. A
small capital of $-H or $ only is rettuired.
The most Ble-vnt anrl I'sefnl Volume of the yenr.
$4tr' grtat Kork mn hsn)Ut j.uidishcd, an illus
trated description of the Knssian l-nipire. itmiitf -rhsical
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me(t. Commerce. L wrature, Kducatiunal meaus, Ke-It-rion.
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stantially houud. Retail price, $3.
fr7,Ferson tvisitiiiK to act as airenta. and do a s .r
husiuess, ran seid for a aecistien volume, and SuK
scriptiuu Book, (nrive of Loth, $3.-5, sent Ire of rs
tage,) and ohtaiu from one to two hundred su,seTters.
to he deliveret at t certain time to le nerved on, say
in tairty or forty days from the time of siguicf.
rrf'A)o, a deeply interest. njr vo-ume, entitlett,
7' rmrabU ' renter mf celebrmttd aers-.it,
em'irseiii-r the romaittic -nc. dents nd aivt:nturt-s in
the life of Sovyjre.jjiis, Sutesmeu, lient-rals. I'rii ces,
Warriors. Travellers. Ad venturers. Voyagers, A c,
-rninent in tiie hist .ry of Kurtipe and Aoier ca inclu
dind SkCtche of over fifty c.letr t-d heroic charac
ters. Beautiful tv iliuirat d with nun-crous eura
nnss. I vol. 4M pa-es, royal l-)no cloth, g:lt.
JV Pitt trial tiittrf mf C." e-mpri3.n? a de
scriptiou of thuserountri saud t.'teir iuha.-itants ent
'ractiithe Historical Kvents. Uovernment, Ueliirlon,
Kdueation. Lanjuaj:-, Literature, Arts, M;ti.uf tenures,
Product! iis. Commerce, and M.u.uers an 1 Customs
.. ww i ;, ie, from the e.triie-t peri'd of :tt.ie-tie re-
r l t' the present time. Illustrated r:t'. tsro hun
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jYcw PirUrtal and Inarrtrtor, or Direst ef f?-.ueral
:iowldg Coaipiisiiij a complete circle f aseful
i id er.ierta uii irfnriuatiop. Dei ;hed for fariil-es.
-un-i! and l ibraries. 6v0 pagts ocUvo. Prica
Piclmria! History tf tht jtmtricn Jtsrsfafi'sa a
bona forevry 'amily in te lumn ! It contains an
account of the early h. story of the Country Contain
tissaofthc t'nited States, a Cmuoloirieal Index, a:..
Several hunsire.l L-iirr..vini;s. Y nee sj--
U :ta a variety of i:h'-r po( ular Fictorial Works, of
snch a moral and religious iiitlue ee, that while rood
men may safely euea e in their circulation, they mill
coaier a punlic i ieut, and receive a fair competna
li..n fer lhn;r libor.
r, men enterprise and tact, this tnine9 of
fers an o;tormnity tor proLtalile .uiployment seldc-si
to be in-t aith.
r'VPersoi wishing engare to their sales. wil
recive promptly brniaii, a circular contaimar full
n.rticn'.r.rs. ailU -tl r-ruon. to person iliSTisissid to
tct nt Aeeiit.,' tiv-ellwr aitii l-ra tut whiuh they all!
e furnished, l y alilras-Jus the sa icriHer. post pi.d.
UullKRr SKARt, raihlish-jr.
l.t WiliUia Sueet. X. Y.
T?HOrr.m ro-T. iu-U copies ol the iiuov.
roras wiil i e carefully eitve!oied iu stout iar.ar.d
; rcrwar.i-11 at our n.s i... ei-w. ... m.j t .... .
1 jlu1i 1'Biasst ts.sM,ii ta. rswaiof the retiilii
Aichol-t ic Weir,
Have Jet received and ar bow openiur, Ct are4
-oat fashionable, an I best selecwd stock of READJ
ilADE CLOTUISO. Picend Ifarnlahirf Oouda.
.rourht to thi aiarket. cou:stiii ia r"t ' lt fcl
owiLd foods: Overcoats of erery style, ;oaJ ty, an4
::, from the flnet beaver lo tbe coarsest kersey;
1'ai.ts snd Vests .1 every sty Ir and quality. So as t.
alit. just . a,me snd . liverj tody aay. fir. Sieh
a.s A. vi'eir th. belt for quality, style and pric taei
piece foods are of the nes-est style. taatlMing of
lieavy Keaver pilo plain ana twilb-d Cloths, ri ao
?ai!cy Cassimeres; twilled Salitet: ; risin and faa
cy Vestins;i ; a lew rare patterns of Silk Velret ; I'laia
and floured bilk; Sauu, tailimire. Worsted Mohait.
Iirawers. usieders. Sitoc'.s. Ne.-k tie. Pocket Uard
erchiels. Silk. Linen. Lawn, ate; Woolen t.vae. f ur
'lloves. Kid. lined and unhned. Cloth. Euekskin all
col'TS ; l!uck Mitten ; Hoy' do ; L mbreiiaa, a sum
assortmei t. .'arpet baes. ate.
TAILORING done in tne best strTe. and on short Ba
ilee. The capacity of K. W. WMM, as a practical
Tailor, is too well known to tequire comment. Partisr
uiar attention riv.r to CottiDK.ai.il warranted t B.
HATS AND CAPS. It is a .ell known fa. t, that for
eleven years. L. NICHOLS ha kept the lar(resl. eheaa
eo.and most varied assortment of roods ia bis ha.
ever kept in 0td Trumbull, slid the new firm hav. t.
snrrnm.ee that the stock of HATS ANT CAPS ha been
larielv iucrea.e.1 ; s.ail you have tod. ia to call at
No 19 Main Street, and you will there find a couplet,
outfit bots excepteil for lea money than you can
-t the same in Warren. Remembir OM thins; w.
have no old, sheir-worn Clothing, bat as entire Btv
stock of fresh -lid desirable Goods.
A (a has for a jonr time been a very plentiful arti
cle in this community, we would ber lear to ba ex
cused from asinr it in thi communication to my .14
friends and patrons ; I woo hi make my best bow an4
return many thank for the very liberal aad lonr con
tinued patronare received at their hands. To the nsrsr
we would say. yon too are entitled to the riX.t hand of
fellowship ; so com alone, and we will give yo. a
hearty welcome to all the privilege, blessings and Dea
efits. o'the Unrest cheapest. ai.d moat varied stock of
Clothing and Hats and Cap aver broo?!it to thi mar
kn. L. 5ICHOL8,
Warren Oct. 3.-3m W. W8IK. .
f E0RG E A. DAVIS, Manufacturer
VJT and Wholesale Dealer in
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Franklin Buildings, corner of Water and Superior Sa.
We have now in store and in ptocessof mannfaetiirs).
one of the lanrest, most enmnltrte. and varied stocks f
FALL AFD WIMtR CLOTHIN0
to e found in the rlon.
Our stock, consisting of Overeoats. Cloaks. Talmas,
Frock, Dress and Business Coats, Pants and Vests, it
man n fact U' ed ntirelif in this city, from almost every .
description of material, among which we may mention
the fallowing fa'-riea: Cloths. Beavers. Pi lots. Mohairs),
Kerseys, Pt tershams, datinetts. Blankets. Tweeds of all .
colors and qua) ities f or Coats. Boeskins. Casstissera,
Cordumys. Satfnetts. of every variety, for Pants. Silk
Velvets, rutins Silks. Cashmeres, Woolen P raids.
Plashes-. Toilenets. Parmer Satins, Codrinfftons, of
every deserintion and le, for Vests. Togetbet with '
! a large assortment nf
j consisting tn part ot Shirts. Collars. Cravats, Stocks .
1 Tndershirts. Drawers. Hosiery. Su'T-enders, Olov--
Orel alls. Hickory and Overshirts. Trunks. Traveling -
Bits. aiisvs, dec., ore. At-c. Also India Mbbar
Oosssls of every description -
The perfect system to which we bare brontht every '
department of oar hosiness, after long and toilsome,
years of application and laHor, must convince tha in
vestigator of the snper-or advantages we are tnas ena
hied to otfer th Trade In the purchase of their stocks
whether iu small or lare quantities. 1
Our hosiness, extending throughout this Ptate, Indl-
ana. Michigan aud Illinois-offer nneooalled advan- .
tasrea to the Merchants of these States, from the fact,
th;it our c!tthtng 1 manufae ured to snit their trade.
lonrr vars of irtercourse ha vine made as familiar with
their cfc- of customers
We resectilly elicit a rati from all merchants das-ring
to pur hase. fteling confident an examinatiirn 2.
of our stock will result in the most atisfactory manner.
r.EORDK A. DAVIS.
Oak TTall Clothinr Emporium, Cleveland, 0
Clevelarv.1, fit. ?, lfo5.-3m i
I L0WS, FL0VrS W? are now ma-
1- king and keep constantly OB hand the folloaiag
liopalax rloaa '
Long No. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do No. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Doable, d. ..
Boad, do '
Sub Soil. d.
Coltivators with Cast Iran and Steel Teeth. Plows
lepaired on short notice.
Sep IS J. B-MORLEY
t. Farnievsl now U the t'me to prepare land fbr '
wheat. Dout forget the les sous of the past two year.
Remember that early S"wn w heat genera, ly escapes th
rust and the midge worm, (weevil.) We know some ,
farmers who intend ta sow all their wheat before the
last of this muuth. August. See to .t also that the land
is deeply plowed and well drained, then the crop will
l-e ready to withstand either a dry or a wet seaaon,
Now is the time to secure one of J. R. Morley Co's j
Michigan Double, or SuVSoil Plows, aus; 15.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURS
l V. LIQUORS for Medicinal purpose, and said to b.
ihelst in town, at may 31 PvKTXK at Co.'a.
NEWARK VARNISH Coach and
Furniture, warranted extra quality, for sale by
aag.29 ft. A. SMITH ck CO. '
PAINTING C C. McNctt, House,
I Sign and Ornamental Painter, Main Stre t, (orer
Oold stein's C othing Store,) Warren, O. Dry and
ground ainefor sale. aa; 15. .
mE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
who have tried it. say it surnesseess any other kind f
plow in use. Several premiums have een awarded II
at State and County Fairs. l. R. M0RLsY At Co.
Sep I9 i
WHAT YOU WILL FIND at the
f f NEW LYME WATKtt CURB.
Large and comaio-iious boil.lmgs pore spring Water
a pleasant location, delightful climate, kind and ea
pahle assistants, pleasant rooms, with a large auaher
of invalids, generally doing well. For further partiew
lars,a.hlres F. KICE, M.
July Id. li-35-6m New Lyme, 0.
UK YOU INSURED?
not, apnly to the .Xtna Ageney, In Warren
the oldest, safest, and est company in the country,
with a cash capital of $'W).WXt. Prompt in bsuinees)
and et'uitaide iu a I justing losses.
Warren, ag 1-tf J. D. WATSON, Agent.
F0SGATE S ANODYNE CORDIAL,
a cele'irat-ii and popular remedy for Summer Coaa
ulaint : the genaiue for sale br
aas.39 K. A. 8 MITII at CO.
SHOT GUNS. Best Stubb & TwUt
d: L brL shot guns, at A. L. MOKLXT'S.
FENCE PALINGS We kerp on hand
a good stock of Fence Palings ready for ase, whisk
we can sell cheap. They ittake the nicest fence for the
least money, that ia now made very fashionable too.
June 6, 1K5. SPEAR St SON.
WANTED! 20,000 ACRES!
r v Twenty thousand acre in Land Warrants, an
ted for immediate use. lligh price paid in each,
delivery, by J. K. Rt RNHAvi,
At the office of the Probate Court, Warm, 0.
N" ML RODS, Sweeds Iron, CulhTator
Teeth, Anvils and Vice, at
jel3 A. I.. MORLXT!.
1 i The partnership heretofore existing between
Charles Messenger and Chancey B. Timmerman, under
the hi m of Sles-io ger dc Timmerman, is this day dis
solved hy murual coubent. All debts owing by the
firm will settle I and paid by C. Messenger, who is
hereby authorised to rceif all dies of the said ftrsa,
ClMRI.Kft MBiHPNGBR, .
CIIA.S0KT B. TIMMBRMA5.
Warren. Oel. .
5. B. The h'tsinri will is eon tinned by Charlea
Sfessencer. t tiie i stmd in W.-st Warren, whrre he
will -e happy to see his oid ir.ends and enatosserm.
JL The co prt.iTshin hr-tofre existing an3e
the name of C il. MORI. BY fk Co., is this day diseolr
ed Hy mutual co.isent, T. li. Jklorley wita-!ra. iug from
the coisCJru. The tmsiaess will hrearter e carried
ou under tl.e style aud name of JOHN K. M0RLKY A
Co.. w o are authorised to settle the rmeinese of the
A II n -te ard accounts doe the old firm, of ever sis
.norths' standing, will ne placed in tiie hands of a eoi-
lector, unleas 'mie! irameditely.
Warren, Aug. t!u, 105. JN0. B MORLET 4 Co.
TESTATE OF MARK WESTC0TT.
m-J dee'd. Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed, as Amiui-ttrator on the estate ol Mark West
cott, lae of Warren, deeea ed. wiil make application
;o the Pro:at Coort of Tntmoull county, Oliio. for the
sale of a judgment in favor of said admiuis.rator
againsi David W e'cott, in the Conrt of Commoa Preae
of said Coir.ty. The grounds )f said application are
th douirtful solvency of said David Westcott. and
on account of a supposed kgal and equitable defenoe .
Saul aid eatioD will Ke heard on the lJItt day or
Dt-e-m'ier, IK'io. at 10 o cl -ck.
J. Hry Mans. OLIVE a P WESTCOTT.
B. F. Clbt-ss, Att'ys. Adm'r of Mark Wn.oft
Warren. Nov. Jl. l-i. 4w.
rVHE WARREN LEDGER. -
L The 2d No. with a CT-anit ms circnlatlanof 0.6Cw
wi'l bo issued Dec. 1. 1-M. exriressly for the lloHidaya.
Those w ho m.t.y ish to avail themselves of its circula
tion, are renuet-.! to hand in their cards on or before
Noi. ii. Tt RMS, one-third of a eoiomn, d mser
Uon.oue dollar. ft. A. A. BALDWIN.
Warren. Oct. SO,
Under the " Traaball
Democrat" OtSoe, Mats
L. Wirren, Ohio.
H.-a ler. the "llLi,ai.ii" is the eheapsMt Clolaiag
House ia town. Uoo.i iMu;ht direct uf th, manufac
turers, east; of tha beat material, latest style of Cvs.
Trim and Viitish. aud made in th. most servient,
mtntier. ttuchlcaa sell at ranees that ar goo. ally
paid here for the oioth and Irimuiings, to say aoshmg
ftl.out tbe cost of manufacture. Wbea yo. wish to oaf
aaythint; in the sha; of
OVaKlOAlS, Bi;siliS3 COATS, PRESS COATS.
TALMAS. ftiiTS, PAXTs, UOSIKitli. o
I would like lo ha.e you me a mil, and 1 think I
cannot tail to please in price aud onality.
Warrcr . Octoher JO, ISM.oa
. b. rtrt, a. a. bcbweli, b. rar.
PECK. BURWELL & CO.. Wholesale
X. and Retail dealers In foreign and Domestie Dry
Uooils Sil an I Stra Honoet. Trimniings, Varietis,
at.-., atth. sign of th. . Dal Oooa Siost,'
JitManus' Uloclt. Warren. Ohio. si-f
I ORA cnJ the Doctor, at
IFF, and Timtw ol Jaiue Olrrlon Een.
rAG-BAG. by N. i Wiil
V'O. 19 MAIN STRKET.-