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ai?JQ."J & ADl'iS, Prs;trk'ar.s.
TEU'iI .5 O.jo Hollar an.! ;'
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advance; lup l.ii;a:,
mailt; ia ttdvnuu-.
So iiaper d.e.iitiii'je a at: I ailarri ara;--e are .M4
iceptaiths -iption ol l.'is . l.sl.-re. "
KATPS OF AJVKitTlSIX.:.
On .rjnare. ttr-!e tines w 1 lirst i-recoa,
. each a-liitien.tt insertion...-.
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ones-ear.-.. ... i: '
Two s-jives. three matillij..... 4
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One-fourth of aclut:iG,t:irt:c mMlti....i p '
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0c ha f of a column, three ri.i.ra?
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On column .three niuth. . ..
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Al-lrw Our! Inir-rtI f-r th-
niark'1 tit tti r i-f j
until r-lere.l oat.an-1 ciiarrtKl for at thf'wve rit-.
'"'O isnal A'lvertisemtrnu t- be ia.d for whn har.l
Rarin? ft sup'Jor oTtment of Job rrititTnjr mate
rial, are prepare 1 to execute in tlie h tuniiuer, al!
ktn-la of plain aui fnrr B.o' an.t ioo Priiit'r.r,
A-Mref Caids, CertifirU4M, Lals,
nu9ine O&rda, Chick Rooks, Mnifetst
Kink Cb-cka, Colored Printing, Note.
Bills of Laiing, Draft. pr?ranunef ,
1UH Ticket, Form ISnoks, R-ceie.
Blanks, il! kinds, llanlhillg. R:1U. etc.
In fa eri-rx thin .lone ia the share of Prmtir.c at
pricei ihit cimot fail to suit, an! with the reatet -In
nitrh. We kern eint.antlr on a'l n iro.l asortinefit
of Carnaal fiue Stationery, from irhich those iu wa;:t I
oi rnniinp can reiccu
WARRAXTKK. MORTfi (1V. A QTIT CLAIM DEEDS
si'Mtnvfl. :moi, srsMfi. no.
Const jiitlj" on UAcdand Tor sole.
We Lave just completed llie finest lot
of Deeds anJ Mortgages ever printed in
this county. Some in an entirely new
style. Mortgages with and without re
lease of Dower. For sale singly or by
the quantity, at the Chronicle office.
High School Exhibition
This affa'r, which came off on last
Wednesday evening, was highly credita
ble to the teacher and scholars. Empire
TT.ill r n i- i 1 ! 1 in I'c ntmnui K'in9iitr
wtui " wtivi v w " . ..... .... w ...... i
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and somewhat more. The stairway and
passages were crowded nearly the whole
evening with people, principally boys,
who. we are sorry to say, not being able
to hear the scholars, got up some noise
and confusion among themselves, which
was not in the bills. The exercises oc-
cupied some three hours, and it caa
hardly be cxpecUtd that an audience !
. i i -i i
com posed 01 men, women and children,
of all ages and sizes, (especially small j
sizes,) packed so closely as scarcely to ;
be ib'e to move a limb, and many stand-1
th h..U vnm.T Knnl.l rmoJn I
, . , . , . :
perfectly quiet during so long p time ;
The crowded hall, was a manifestation i
in itself, of the interest which is felt by j
all ares and classes, in the prosperity of ;
the schools, and as such it should be
viewed, and the discomfort borne patient
y. No pains had been spared, on the prt
u. nr. . u c : -it
vi on. uic t-"i'c' ut. ,
the scholars, to make the occasion pleas-1
ant and interesting to the audience : and !
the frequent applause of that p .rt of it j
, , !
which could hear and see, jave evidence
that their effoits were appreciated. The
Warren Brass Band kindly gave its a'd,
and discoursed excellent music. An ex
cellent p!ano had also been procured
and vocal and instrumental performances
by the scholars, were given. These, in
termingled with declamations, dialogues,
reading of papers, fcc, constituted the
programme for the evening. We cannot
particularize concerning the perform
ances of the different scholars, where all
were so creditable, and can oulv sav
that there is no doubt bat that they de
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given by the hearers.
Portable Grain Mill.
Among the many improvements which '
have lately been made in mils of various !
kinds, we know of none, which seems
more likely to be of value to the commu- j
nity at large, and especially to farmers, ;
than Leavitts Portable Mill, which hej
has christened Young America. The :
want of a portable grain mill, which :
could be furnished at a price which '
wou'd bring it within the reach of almost
every man. has long been felt severely,!
by fanneis. Especially have fac.l.ues
for grinding corn in the ear, been need-
ed. It is a well known fact, proven by j
chemical analysis, as well as the often
repeated lest of actual practical expe- j
lience, that a large portion of nutrhive '.
matter is found in the cob, and that corn ;
actually worth forty per -.ent. more, j
for stock, when ground in the ear, than
when fed without grinding. j
At the Ohio State Fair, at Columbus, j
this mill was subjected to he severest j
test, and the most rigid practical investi-
gations, by the awarding commiitee, j
nnd by farmers from all pails of the j
Stat, and although many other good ;
were in competition, the first pre- j
mium was awarded to the Young Amer- i
ica Mill. This mill can grind from 16 I
to 20 bushtls of ears of corn per hour, j
and is so co,structed that it can, bvat
slight change of movement, be made to ;
irrind shell corn sufficiently fine for bread. I
It is simple in its operation, and after the I
teeth have become worn from lorg use. j
isso constructed that they caa be replaced!
. . n- . . j !
at a trilling expense, and made good s 1
y ujiju. I
vaw It u n i4nii itd hu turn m..n i
placed in any ordinary barn floor and i
turned by either one r two horses.
It can be procured cl the agent, Mr.
S. D.Adams, of Eii-til. in '.his County,
or of M. B. TArixa, Esq., in this town.
Mettrs. Editor : I saw in your pa
per of the 5th iust., a stalem nt that a
pair of two year old steers, belonging to
Sajicei. Kessedt, of Howl.ind, weighed
thirty-two hundred and thirty pounds.
Ezra Marvin, Esq., of Ba-etta, Las a
'pair of Durham, of the same age, which
weigh thirty-two hundred and seventy
pounds. Mr. Kessedt must try again.
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs,
will be at his rooms in the Caskill House,
Saturday, Dec. 29.
Notice to the Reading Community.
.liM.ve l;lkes ,,..,
TheunKr5,:,?J- -j ;
: exclusive a'a-neY lurliie sale tiG o !r.-..
j ComM;euive Geography and l!i.ry.
; ancient and modern, in l!:C Wts'.i r:i lit-
J of inforiuin;' the
v v ill c:i!l on !;
juii'v, ! i si : i .
i; ! It:t v :.nf,
.tssarv u ii
; rvadin-' liubli'-, t'.:j
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i il' i
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, Ifl't 1:1. II- l! ia'iOtl--, !i il,t! UOiii wili IfO-
ou;.'ii' !"4 :.-.-... a i .c -..
E. G. COPPER, Agent.
WARREN, Dec. 26, 1855.
WARREN, Dec. 26, 1855. Errata
Tn ere are eveial errors in the Review
f Mr. Miller' L'.-c:re.s -h th !irt jng.t
jf thi frtw-r. The wri:.r '!. ee
tho proof, and co:se jm n:!y hal no op
pjriuuiiy to mnke su-ii corrections as
'1.1 otherwir-e have lu-en doiic.
IIo.v. S. I. McLai. the moyt wortliy
Grand Master of the I. 0. 0. F., if in
:lic citv. s'.opiiintr at the Jolmson Hnu-i-.
n-.i ,i i' ,t f:, T i ,i
e Will viit liie i orest t.Ky i,uJe this
evt-nin ' . i-lueiallv, and will ! pleasvd
'.O .-eo t.ie brolliers Ot that LiO'lge, on
illHt occasion, as Well as all other l .ro-
' . .
tlit-rs thai can in ike u convenient to at-
tenil. l lirelan I Leader.
Gn. T. J. UcLaix, of this tovrn, is
Griiiul M wUT (if lilt' ( OOF hV ll'-c
vjrana Ai.ib.cr in inc i. j. j r., in u l
Leader lias ralllfl mlxcl IM lhe itli.ials '
of Ills name, besides bt-stOWia a title
ralui(OUl V. We know o; many Illt;:i
who have lionorable t:ichfd to their
names, who do ii for less honor than
Would Gen. McLaIX.
Robbery at the State Arsenal.
viduaw, here and elsewhere, in connec
. lion with the matter, and a leal investi-
.- ,, , , , ,
gallon will no doubt lead to some in'ei-
estin? developments. There are evident
manifestations of uneasiness exhibited in
i;ijonaon are in an excuea ana resueis
ance to the Sabbaih ob.-erviance bill, and
aHerrards assumed a different character,
'and now demand bread or employment,
They meet every Sunday in very large
numbers in Hyde Park,
Condouri tti. the Helenic Minister
to CtMlstanuuopIe, rtcenJy recalled, was
farmerj. a merchant of Ujdra. Some
iJea of his weahll may be folmeJ bv Lis
jLaving the floor of 'hh cuuulry bouse
d wUh g igh dollars . When lhe
Ki;voIlliiol, of 182, broke out. he armed
M shi anJ pkceJ UieiIi at
thedi j of the Govtrnulent.
h. Bearoslet's extensive paper
m'lls L'ile Falls, N. Y. will be ready
to go "'"to operation on the first of Jan
is nary, when he expects to be able to turn
oat daily, tors of white, elegant paper,
made of wood. In quality, this paper
il siJ' wil1 "semble that of English
VSBDiCT of S7.00 dollars has been
awarJcd in fa vorof Matilda Winn, against
llie iiacon aDti Western Railroad, Geo.)
jbe engine came in collision with a car
mills, r;a;,e containing Mrs. Winn and thrte
Al a marriage ceremony, celebrated
tbe M- K Cburcl- ia Baltimore, on
Tuesday, the bride was dressed iu snow
"hile 8alin. lhe first bridesmade was
An official examination of the Arsenal
Was IBade A IcW UaVS ago UV the sheniX
,i . t . r I il, .1
and others, wnen n was fvmnd ihat die
entire contents, with the exception of hi
i . i I
moved. The Value Of lite property ta-
. . iii .
ken IS estimated at tWO or llllee tilOUSan i
lnad.liti.rn to the boxes of mus- j
kets and rifl-s shipped to Philadelphia i
, x. . . , - - "l.i ,i i
and ew ork.lt is: snid that lare jmii-;
litjvs of arms poWder flasks, sabres. fcc. '
have been sola to individuals in this j
nlaoo and that a cnrii-in Ktoip ha- hw n
place, ana mat a cerii-.in bioie nas oeen
dealin" larjj lv in the same articles. i
t-i . ,r, J i.. l
This system of rascality and plunder lias
been carried 0a successfully for years,
, . . i . .. j J !
auu mere is uo caiuuia mc catti-m iu .
which the Government has been robbed.
Public suspicion points' to various intli-
certain quarters, and if current rumors
e true, noi wunoui good reason
X 11U t
principals in this atfitir have not yet
aught but the 1(fficers of jaslfcc
are .orl l,tir tiack." and will no doubt
succeed ia 'spotting" them. Ilarris
Suit foe a Loss in ths Cars. A suit
was brought on Thursday in New Jersey
City, before Justice Gardner, against the
New York and lrie Railroad Company,
Yv Tu.-ic Rarnnm n( Jnrvitr Cliff ful n n
, . -..-7 v -
overe0at, which was stolen from Ins stat
jn the cars on that ro;id. The train stop
ped at Port Jevis, and the plaintiff see
a no,ic,!; Posted UP in ,liC c.ar that
passengers in order to keep their seals
r . , u
must leave some article of baggage or
rearing apparel in them, left ids over
coat there while he went, into the refresh
nient saloon. Upon returning hediscov
ed t'tat his overcoat had been sttden.
The company declined to pay for it. He
brought suit sgainst them as common
carriers, and maintained that they were
liable as such for loss of wearing Hpparal,
whether stolen or olherwUe taken, under
the said printed note; and the court gave
a decision accordingly. Xcwark Ad
verhser. A correspondent of the National Intel.
j'vwwwy - population of
i i .i
condition, and have more than once
of late, overawed the Government.
They were first called out by the resist
auirtd in deeP blu3 and tIlu seconJ
red ' j
T first sessl0Il 0f ,he Thi,ty-f.)uuh
Con Tess will mostnrobabv be a verv
e r J '
- t . r
urotracted one. as it is oroposea to reler ,
Longfellow's " Hiawatha'' to the Corn-
mitte on Indian Affairs.
The Cuarad Steamers, it is expected
will resume their weekly trips across the
Atlantic next month. The first Steamer
... i.i, v t
will probably leave Jersey City Februa-I
BOUNTY LAKD WARRANTS
rPIIE highest market price will be paid :
L for Land Warrants of all sixes.
Those haviny Warrants to tiisposc of. will please call :
oo tlie su .scritHjr, at K. A. Smith or tVl Dri; Store. '
Karren.Junei. l-ii-y EDWARD A. SMITH.
Office of rex AsirrsBCLa & Skv? Lisbor R. R.
,"7vL!",?:.u-.R --" '
,7ar.'.i I er-'y'noti-1
The Stock! olders of said Company
fie-l ih it their annual metine for election of D rcctor-
and other duties of St.kholders. will be held at the:
oifie of sail Com;i.uv.iu Asltulula, on Thursday
tlie 3d dxvorJar.ua;. next.
tlie 3d dar of January next.
Attest : tt. W. GRISW0LD, Pres't.
11. Pissa-rT, Sec'y. unv 4tr
E E. HOYT .i: CO.
rTAVK i,Kt m.,.iv,,l .hl,j,ttst,u:
XX of Dres. ltHmin.-, in hiaetr ... ..t.! si.o
i l lallu 1
scim very nice patterns ot 2el&ittes aud Plaii Btlari
. a tela
V..-: ' CCAUi:.t LEVfcLASD.O
i'i JliJ JiAV 3, ISto.
F A i ' V .
r.. r !.snM. a.
V. . H !.!..Th.
. i'r .V.-'ur of Th-'ir-.:
IT' :: VrtKOS. .. :-!
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.iO:;;- il A!;i:lN"ti. L-ctart;ron M-.Tcintile Cusi n..,
HirriJ: :. KM'tirtTvr. Vr.
Ili.ii. J 11 ?.i Kl.l.. Kx-M:-ccr of Cnn;rst.W-.-
' -V tiiomb, Lmr on Cocwr;ij ru.icj
il-u'rcj.i-.l. Levl-jrt-r on tiAil.'ua-iili, CcLinn re-.-.
visiTiN ) C'vmitt::e.
A. O. nrnmt-!), T. P. i::.n.iv, J. t. fwtv ii ce,
J. II. Wurrimr. A. t r. . sn, K II. Vr.tht-r.
T. 0. S-ventiu-e, J. r?:it'rimii, ii. V.. S!,;rt.J,
li. .M.i::ih; in. I). I', t-.'ils, I 1' U:y.
TOIION" KK'i:. IN ADVANCE.
For cnt:.re Mfrentile Course, time oRlimitcil,
trlLie Course ittr La'I'ci.
TVi:tv. Lt-.tlll in rrr.ci'rtl reRmi.n&liip; sinii'ly
rr rail ctsrfe in t i-jcrisini'i:. ttc.. ai tt.r .-ireement.
7ii;: C.l.LKr,iTr. f o; i:.-::.
Wlt'.ch ii icrii;:.e.i lo erti' rt-e ail i r;:ticue Pi r.CLT
MLK. ,vii e. !.,i I .-. n re.-ei.lij eitiarireil. and car.
rerinU-l m o..e ..f the iao tx,thy
r'..i-i.-l- ever ir.trtt. .lict'.i lo t!.e itu'.tit
ii;;iaut:..ti in tv ri.it-t .ttf
tlturoiu h and
ju',iic iu any similar
TliK llO 'K KKKi'IN.i KhPAKTKKST.
Enr ra:".- 'iirr di.tric: v,r t'l. eir: I'litiittory. Itvffn
d Kxi.-!.'.trd C ar' s at tl tao.-ht en Fis..ui's
r'rrth'.'. rC"iT.:' eii-d d t'y overiaei.lv o! the most
rciUMe PrtrtVal .eec..:?.ia..t f CWeU-.d.
the new :ethoi ok TE.ciiiNi,
Strikes at the very cerminuting l;oi.:tf ti.e SeJence.
rev-a.m? ti: ire.t .tturnl ;o fu. 1 .nvisn .f the L:-d
p-r, wu--re .y is t.- .rp-.r line uf deta.rkatloii
.:trt-e..n K.al and R -pri'senlat-ve Prupru, and th
cver-iinir law f transfer, hs regards its afi,-ct;ir.' the
-vo ctassei of Accounts, and those of the uie clnf.
in eTvr' variety of tran-aet;i.s. thm Kripp:. th:
mo nsefu. ai' l eaut:"l tsc.enre o mtirh '.f its time
mysteries, made l y ar'.itnry .-in I iiif il.iMe
rul-s, nj.a:iii'gJeF forms an-i IIe cotiot.; and lier.ee
ruablesth rtulent to ac'iuire rorret t notions ol ac
counts, as eTi.'od:ed in actual prsetire.
TtlE INITIATORY COriLK.
em races a r?uiarly progressive s -r;es or mann(ript
cards, c!a?ifi''l somewhat as to the varlt tv o tranac-
nu lt t- .lsve!..p the first prir.ciplesar.d phi-
luiophy of lecoun-. rath -r thn m-re n;itm- and ac
ttal formula, by ad.i re-ili- t'e reason and ju lrm-M
of the ndiit. who sf.flien with the view of .ippr'hen
and 4rriVii,a ct reit. a.,.i so ,sh. .L i.u in-
Tetations with much greater confidence, pleasure
niK KWSri.AR CO!-R?K
!f ln';'-l trei.rei:tev.-ry;--cies of : niner..frr.m
tlie ftm:!let Rfta'l t' the ht-avient anl nv it iritr'CHte
of Whttirwle nliti Commisitn. as well . Rankin-.
' the kxtmi:d rom?K.
env.ra. .'S ieni:titr. i
'leierei l"r mcu ftaant us mar
er thaii the time re.mir-il hv the Reif
terinc omeSieciai iionv.
T.y i.tkir.e in aMiiion the exten.Ie.l eouw. the Sm
dtuX wU, be fjilhfuy Dd matai.t, eE'.ioyod ix
rkt:c5, wiu t.,,, in the lhnrh arrt .lB.
cient manner, hr one of the ltefrhers in Ih- Went.
Itei !e thf usinal method of teaehin? BusiDrs Writ'np,
the Chirtij-thmourapiiic Svteni will alto tctan
T""?-" p?!"" '"' ree. mmer.ie.! sy onr b.-rt
e.1neational men. is now tnucht in the int-1ie srh.M. U
iofciereiamt. diumhnan.i Toie-io. Mt.y other pia-
ces ire nnen for eoo.1 teachers of CUirhythiaography ns
soon as fiey cn:i he qaaliSevl.
T!i.T LrtTTRw on Pr.ictie.al an.) Theoretical Rook
Keeitioc. Mere-tntiie L4W. Commereia' Ethict. Politi-
eal Economy. Art of Compit ilit.n. Corrraercinl Calcn-
lations. Mercantile Customs, K:.nLtne. r.xcliar.jre, rum
mfrre. Railroaiinff. Comm.'reial Ilistoryt Kufine.is
Ctirrettpondence, IVnmanship. Azc.
The New Suit of Rooms of this College, occupies the
unesi locmoii in inr cut, Biiuaie-i as iney are. on me
comer of the PaMic Soure and Sun--rior St.. a:fortIine
rir new or mott parts or the city and the Utce. The
Rjomi are neatly and tisteruliy furnished, snri-assint;
l-eantt. and convenience, perhaps those of any simi
lar Institution in tte I'rion.
The L 4 DIES COURSE is tte same as that of the Gen
tlemen. affording eqn.il facilities to all ladies who may
wish to aeail thtmselves of the Commercial Coarse.
The Principal, harin? an extensive 1-nsitiess actjuian
tance, is enabled to secure good situationa far many of
N. B. For p.ut:calars send for Catalogues and cir
ca tars by mail. tl kcl't--Sn
4 M.iR1 iTl'PES. II. A. MAK?ii
V vouM re-ijioctrally announce to the citizens of
"arrvn, auj the iu -Itc pen rally, that having availed
rone if of xie new anJ recent Uiscuv-cry iu til - art of
tatai.-r pictures. aty.eJ Amrotyp-a, he is pr.'itire'I to
ta'" then iu the Itest style of th art, and woultl solicit
slire ot ju -Iic patronage. Th-y are t-iken on pre
pared pU.-t. and f jr auttness. ilej.th. brilliancy of tone.
auJ beauty of fimh, are nnea.il!t: 1. Tiiuy a- u e ta
ken inauy kind of weather, and are a lmiral ly a la;tei
children, s they can be taken in fritn one tu to
seconds. Also, ba-nierrtM types tkea as noil, in the
lest style. Riomsorrr A. J. Trox-;i's lru vision Store,
corner Market nd Liberty streets entrance on Li
bertT street, opi'osite J ink. 11. A. MA Rail.
W arren, Dei I'J, L-i5-3m
PENSION AND BOUNTY"
flee, will, darinf the month of D-cemher. lake me to
U'ailitDeton City, Harrisurg, Trenton. Albany, Hart
furl. Djrer, Antiapol:s,and perlttps othercitiot, trb-re
military records may te found, and persons having
I'enions or Uouuty Land cat.es. will do well to give me
Suspended claims will he taken, and if I am not suc
cessful, no fets will He ch iapt 1.
l.uitfs with tite Patent Onice, professional baiiuess
toe Kastera cities, or Sutea, will 1 carsfuliy at
tenled to for a reaonaMe compensation, aud I will
tcrtake an l prosecute e'iuns before the new Court
Cliiias at Washii'fcun City.
OA'ins; to time repiire-) iu preparing cases and tet
time up the proofs, 1 could not siart as soon Ht w.w in
tetni-d. I ahall start ou the etit day of January neat,
and iersons having Luslness they w-sh attsuded to,
will do well to call ou me -lefre that time.
J. P. ASP I R. Att'y at Law,
Over Smiths 6c McCom:s Store, WaTeu, 0.
PALL STYLES OF HATS & CAPS.
L E. K. HOYT 4: CO. hare now on hand the fall and
winter styles of Hats, Cloth and Plush Caps, and a good
assortment of Comforts for waraa, in a coid day.
S.ttin -ts and fancy CasAimer?. Jire us a caH and
a gool barf aim. Merino S.iirts and Ct.on Draw
era. IIOSIKUY We hare just receired a Wrtre stock
li-isiery, ri:ted and plaiu,for tallies, gentlemen aud
null children. Also, knit gaiters. dec 19
4 DMIXFSTRATORS NOTICE.
V The undersigned, i;arin been appointed Admin
istraior on the estate of Josiah Kobhtus tSen , 1 itc of
Weathers&eld, deceased, bere'y uoti'les those ii.lett
I to sid estate, ts make immediate settlement. Also
those ha vii.g claims to present them duly authenticated
accor.ii lit to la. -NOltLtu T. lWUi.INS.
leceiu't.r 19, lf3.-3t Administrator,
ITOLIDAY PRESENTS. A Superi-
X or rariety.new designs, rich and leirant st- les,
call and examine, at BALUvVI.Vg.
pIIURCII MUSIC. The Shawm, Cy-
thera. Chime Sacred Melodeon, D.ilcimer, Halle
lujah, Meidessh m and other collecti'tns. just received
quantity. Schools supplied ar a liberal disrHtunc, at
CIIAU'LS! SHAWLS! A lare as-
KD sortment o Broche, Cashmere and Itay State
Shawls, of choice patterns, just receired at E. E. IHiVT
CO'S. Also, faucy C isiunere Scarfs, 8ilic Plaids,
so forth. dec!9
pOS:: CLARK, Fanny Fern's New
LV B ok, companion to Ruth Hall, a quantity just
received from the Publishers, at BALDWIN'S.
VEW YORK STt) HE. FALL AN D
U'TXTER GOJD-- are now arrir.ne. and the cry
will le, "still thy come" for the next sixty days. U e
have endeavored t-i get up a stoclc. for t e cunin; sa
s'ju, which has never leen equaled iu Trumbull Conn
ty, for extent, completeness aud adattedoess to tlie
wants of the public, and the Ladies in particular. In
Silk aud Fancy GoosU, we have never hail a stock so
worthy of inspection; while in STAPLE GlK)DS we are
fully at home, aud prepared to convince out friends
that prices hare not Jcnced, as has -een piven out.
Sept. 6, PARKS & WEXTZ.
100 nieces eoid fast Prints, at 6 ets per yard.
Faney Prints. Knelish and French Chintzes. Scotch &
SaiKaf Oiugh:uus,attiie NEW YORK STOItK.
BROWN fe BLEACHED Shirtings,
of pood quality, at 6 cts; h-avy muslins and fine
heelings in proportion, at the NEW V0UK S10RK.
EMBROIDERIES & TRIMMINGS
Rich Thread Laces: Swiss anl Camaric Collars:
Sleeves Bands and Einltroit;eries; Velvet, rioire An
new yoke store.
R10 IIE'IlLo'S .'"j5''1'-
Broche. Cashmere and Gold End Scarfr; Shawls
n 'nd-'-','ciud'niru!ae n' !-: cio, iian-
tilUs. ant) a full assortment of Cloak and Talma Cloth.
ta stn lUKatrunB
'MCH GALA PLAIDS, Coburgs and
- DeBazcs ; Fancy, Plain and shilling DeLaines ;
largest stock of French rueriios iu town, and at pri
ces that defy competition, at the
NEW YORK FTORK.
EAVYRICU PLAID SILKS, Bl'k
c;iir. .r .....i:... ......... . : 1 1. - . -1
other kinds, iiiciniinir silk busnlts - cioak ani
other silk rcl-.eu; rich TClvet and silk Vestin?s. oe.
parks & wk.viz.
CLOTHS & WOOLEN GOODS
V.V The im'die know that we keep the largest and
eheajtest st"Ck of cloths for men and l;oys we-ir. it.
to!. ; everytliiue in tl.e line, from a rood two shilling
Jean to a unc iToadclolh; therefore we sia-.iv s.tt . l.
) K Hhd's. S
fj 25 tl-Ps. M'jl
...ii. ..uji.i, i. .iii nit i.a.. iina stuni,.
iUcs Co.fee. for sale at Cincinnati prices.
d.liiirfrei5Ut,at Ih- SUV JOfii STOltK.
I?ESH TEAS Greeu and Elack at
75c a"J ot "Fcrior flavor, at the
NEW YORK STi'ltn. .
l)EADY MADE CLOTHIVli AN!)
li u.tj tvn -.i.-
"ATS . CAPa. W e hare opene I a sale,
room devoted exclusively to this trade, and kep us
larcc a stock as can he found in the county a.ay
cheap and warranted veil made, at the
NEW YORK STOUT..
'uial wiLiiujs, urusseis ir.ree
Hj. JntfrJ Venitiati Carpetin;, also It:,,-,.
l,rota.,MstUngs. 0:1 Cloth. Ac., the largest stock In
Xrumbull, caa be hal at th
K1W YOKE 8T0R1E.
PIANO F OilTES:
V Wi-U TO SAY Tw Till-: SU'r-l'-'AL
!-r ... t:. d p.r.
li.i'. i-t d-v.t-- u.l i i' I ' .. rr.-y c i;-.t;n. t t:e
fie t.f PIANO Fillifl.S A.N i) M KL-. ..--. am
Cuu- reeei.'iiti: the lar.-rt ttuck in Vt 1-ne. I have
ever i-u.-e'i ir.-d. and .:n ; r -.-re 1 t. $1. U:j I est t-.'k
ai.d th. e'i .j.et. It shall ' my a::.:, a-- tt l.t. -e..
to eil norie 'hut t !:..' 1 .;eli -v' l ! e lu-: i-et !:i-:ri
nve..4. a i t at such price a t' make i; .t a!i o. j.ct i;r
p r- :- to purei.-:e o. n.e instc. t t-f f.nrin: t; 1 I 've-
ijTd. PiUV-uri'ii or EtL. I -led my I idtrum-i.t
a itii the prrat at care, ti:liver th- m and wartai.t tacm
not only t- t'e cnod, ' u: V satiety th . purch ier. I
have iioV hee-i selling PiatM.s and llel'lcn (t over
7 years, an l s far a 1 know, mv cu-tttw-rs h .ve
withffj? an ex.-e; t?'n len perfectly stt.til. in erery
r.'HTieet. l-th w:tl ttte ".'J:t:!'y itwir an
tlt i.r'.v Tt iisl. I su i n t ' " tt uii's '.'I a 1-'-' to-'-ve
nho have parehaie t Ptati...- r rie wit i n li.eli.-tJ
vear?. to houi fer-n-i iptreted can r'f. r:
Wki;v I. L. Ff.U'T. 11 1 ; K-v. J. M irvin: L'wis
J l i mit-: .I'm. M. irc!.-ir.l; T. iJeLain. i;i.;
.1. M. I!.-lep: J L- Vv.-r; i!-i.r l.ih; P. Fuik;
Hr-iinanl: irs. Ilirtf.rl; Miss L. Or.-ier. .Vunic
rearh-r; iS.roa KeeJ; J. V.u:.r.it; C. 51. I'-.tvh; John
ArnsrowN. '.rru. l'ort r.
't !.:, Jaiies Uus--ei; Wni.Wnrl; Jo'ia Pitt!,.
5mLto-. JLn. J. To t; J tv.-. i Pow-.-.-.
Nc.VTttN FiLiJt. U-jracij ttevriii ; J. Crove ; T.
"Ktl KVIM.I II. Shell. n.
HimM.'l. Pre, llavdfn. lllram Co!t-ie.
F kt:Nrn-. . L. C Mea tman. -Vuic Teacher,
iist.-rrm.. J. W. P.iU-.ii 'ile; il. Corey, M. 1).
Humikielu. rhe.-t-T ilouard.
I'liKJ!., i. -1 iiurt.
Kix-uvn. I. Alien, M.IK; II. Kiirnar.!; J Kinsman.
Vkhsun !laN Ol ir-: L; wau Ltoui-nl. j
TUzkttv. Kli W. Dray.
llrsRARO. J"hn Cramer. t
tiiman. 11. llan.hisel; l'erris Tovrnsei:d; Wm. !
Yoriris.o. O.-O. C. Ch;r:uan: Wm. Rows',
Sio.l II-ne. . C ur---'. --. .TAvs. m j. j
Palsd, O. B. P. Lee. I
Ne-.v CiT!.ie, I'i. V. 1J. Morffan; F.Perkins; Sam- j
lie! Pearson; A. llfi.ileri.on.
Withiis:.to?i. Pa. Iter. Wm. Francis.
Ri.n-4iK. C. C Hrai: i-.rd.
-e I hard Pianos and M-Iod..ns taen Ln ex-:
chanse for ne-jf o:.e. Ail Intruri!en:j lel.vered free
of -hari:e. ari l kpt n onler fr 1 year,
V irren. Not. , I 3 ". S.
V tNMIlN: toother with any num- er -f
e:e;T.!it I'i urns. t-lo:lvo:is, tc. daily arrivivj-; t S. T.
t.n::.r. Piat.o Ware Ko-ira . Li1 erty S;.t Warr n, O.
I rr. .sir i., w.-i.tin.t 11 if fricTfi lS:.t a P 111.I Pi '4! id
Fort? is the most substantial, settsi.de. and aithal ac- ;
cej t-i'de CiiristuiiUt or N
Kctei. If ativ douM it
Years ?r.ft wh.rh can le e-
re-peci.itil:y n-fer tlim to 1
ti.e inter ieti recipient of ttie f.ivor for Coittinn-ttion of
my opi.iioii. I always li a larre number u or u-ar
.the holidays, and am ?ia I to sa tlii- yenrthit I am
fav.r I with an unusaal km? ahead" for ir.stni-
merits. Those int.'udi:ir to 'g'J in," vill !o wel to call
a- so-iii as posa i Me.
UaJT S3 S. T. POMF.ROV.
DR. C. M. FITCH, of NEW YOIlIv
w.ll lecture in CI-vIan !, on Dec 7th, where hi
remain u:.t;i Ic
:h an !
her1 be may l-e con
nt his robins r.t the
t .. f r Pulmona
.'t r i-- .:-- the
j.?m-.:j :i !.Tl..i.'ical
.. . : I .( ri i Jl-rm-
suited dailv, (Mm-: IV
Wold I: II ;;- t ......
ry C"t : i i n.
Cue t, i . - t t- .- i.
A;.. : . t ii F.-l
i - h-i: t.
th-- .i.r,. ..-c- -t o ;
ra. 'i ' '.. .;ii-; i:i
v ti-re 1
1 the I
. : it in I
. treat I
u may ,
lay as j
iv .' c I t T "
V teh y e;i -v
ir- -t . -i.i.-r .1
r. Fitch r-i i
-'.-lis, Dysj-ej 11
; i , for the ii:r- -
- -o ex.-: s:vi- a r
'. pre- 01 ,
. . :!. .
u a- 1 1 .-It :: a
. t-. r ,t i.i '-..:.
all :. -s w I.
n. .::t r ca
O,. J-l all
lor C-tt-trrh. .
i-nt", 1 itt all oi:i
'.'1: tO ( IllOub
: . h- h-4 ...
s co- -ulti;-j .
1? t"t CirTe"j.-.i:
furt ? r
the nerssarv attention to ail who crowd upon him !a-
T'.ri tlie last lew oays ot his apirointn. nt.
Persons repttdluf at a distance, liesirinc to consult,
hut mi a1 Oe to vi-iit Dr. Fitch, may do so hy sen dim: a
full written statement of th -ir symptoms, namiu; also
the trt-araint they have heen jmrs -in When it is
piissi'de. however, persoual interview and examina
tion is altogether preferalde. (dec 5
1 Pinlt I
NILE3 AN!) AUSTINTOWN
Uo I and Tur.i-:e Comnan. The Stock
l.hl(rs to the X iles an I A'litiuto.ru Plan-: Road and
TurnniU- C i.npany are h:re y untiti:d. that there will
!h?an i-iJet:on he!d at th" Si ore of II. H. Masou, in
Nile, on Monday, the UJi day of Jaiiuarv uext, for
tis parjuie of elect in? nevfn Direct s for theeniuin 1
year. J ACOtJ iWHKSON, Pre.dent.
II. II. MA50V. S-w-retir-r.
Xiles. Dec. 1-. ljj.-4.v.
7ARUEN AND BliACEVILLE
PLANS ROAD CO. X )riCU TOSTCKll L
I)lvj. i'ite annual meeting jf tiie tstckliuluers of the
Warreu and Uracevi 1 Pliiix li ia 1 Company will l
held al the o.hce of tUie Hon. Y. Kiusinaii, iu Warren,
on Monday, the l-Lh nay of J uiu.iry utxt. at 1 o'clock
P. il . at svhich time an t placo seven i: rectors of said
couipauy will oe elected to serve for the en-uxiu; year,
and such other iusinc--tran-act:d'as is necessary anil
la.vfui to tie done at -met. ttnna.il nifeiinic.
HAai AtsriN, PresileuC
T. K. Wcsa, Seereuio.
Warren, D,-c. la, l-3i-lt
DD. B ELD EN, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. O.tioe e 1st side PuMic Stjuare,
over A taias tiook at ore, and first door north of the
V LBEtt I' PERRY, Attorney at Law. !
L V Special attention -'iveu to collectiou. and the ;
prosecuaou of Peusiou and Uouuty Land claims. Of j
lice over Adams' Rook store, ea-t side Public Square, i
Warren O 1
HOLIDAY PRE EXT S. TIN and
Woodei. Toys: we have a lare lot of the a'.ove
traps on hand, at our place, a:d we want the rojru they
occupy, aud consequently will dispose f theai cheap.
We are uouud ta clear tuem out dunug tlie lloliday
se:taoii. Coaie one ami ail. and help ut. We will job
tu;iu la per cent, less than lhe New York wholesale
price. Toe sceptical may drop Iu aud make a note of
C1IADED VELVER RIB COX. JUST
1 : ,. .. n . -e: .
r. iiiritc'i, uue ts-uraiu. u-uii-ri ! iiuh-
lut:. Ai uuiis, Cuuueiile. (ui shades ) L phyrs, Wor
sle.1. C tttoii and Lme a r'l Lmeu il'iiu,-. Swiss
a:td Cai'Tic lns-frtit!s, FreiiCii Wor.ed Collar-., and
fesr mourning Cuilar - 01 nice m.ler;al. at
decl'.l Ii t. 1IOYT Jc CO'S.
I.RCIIAXT TAILOR and Clothier.
JOHN L. WKEKS
o. 14 Market SUeet, Uarren, O.. voppostt the court I
The lavor with whieh this esahlishiuent has lonj? j
heeu reirarded ly the u the jfenerilly, and especially
those who appreciate a very u-erio! kind of work, and
consider their own interest renders any other adver
, tisement almost suitertluou.
My extensive Fall and Winter s:ock of CLOTHS,
CASSIMKUKS, VLsriNWS wnd TRI.MMINOS. with
choice assortment of READY -MAUK CLOiHING aud j
Kl'KNISHINO GOODS, aud a carefully selected and '
..t?; m Ir nt It 1T.I IVUl'll'.' .tt ..II ,.ris..j ui.sl i
vv w V o.a..vm a,, .f --" " -
styles, and in short almost every t hi up that is wanted to
iu;troTe the outer man, can at all times he found.
From lone; experience iu hus.uess. and ha vine ar
ran ?e tne nts in New Y ork so as to he poste-I up in every
thing that is new, Loth iu gi-od and styles of rarmenU,
it is evident that a More perfect and extensive esLah-
lisiimeut of the kind cannot he found iu this section of
country. (Oct. 17, j)
MILLINERY AXD FANCY
STORE, at No. 15., Main street, three doors south
ot the P. O
I. UKSHM.W res'vectfully announces to the Ladies
of Worreu and neighboring- to.vus, that he has just
opened a new and ta.thiou-. de stuctt of Millinery and
Fancy Goods, eonsimnof eleaut French Floa-ers,
U.tihons, Straw 6ou.ls,lmiToideries,Laces, Dress Trim
miu-s. tlosie y. Gloves, Vc, fcc, and solicits a call
from all desiring anytiiin iu his Line. A full and fasa
l 01: a'de asortmeut of Bonnets and Caps, of the Wtc-st
styles, will he ke-.it constantly ou lianl. Also btr-.
Ik; u nets cleaned aud pressed, aud all orders prom pity
attended to. lauvT 1 G&SHMAY.
11 Whereas my wife, Emily, has frequently threat
1 cned to ahscond with other men, and has actualty left
my hetl and hoard without just cause or provocation,
and lias frequeut.y threatened my life, this is to wtrn
all persons against harhoring or trnstin-f her ou my
accnunt. as I will pay no del ts of her contraetii'tr.
Juhuson, Not. 7, tf AM I WKBU.
L J.R. Morley & Co., are now a'de to anpply Mil
; ers aud others w.ta a new coru cracker, the best in
sc. aug 15
PIIE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by
J J. R. MOKLEY k Co., will do better work than
any other Plow in the State of Ohio, exceptthe Michienn
louhle Plow. sep!9, '55
ahan's New Work ou
iCIIOCL BOOKS, of all kiuis, at
and Pen Drawing
".lLLOT'r'S708Sc. 1 Pens, at
M' EDICAL W0I1KS ! MeTJ'a Ob
- stetics : Danyti jan's Dictionary ; Wils.m's
Anatomy ; liruitt's Surir-.-ry ; Cal'tuiiiais on Diseases
of Keci.Uos; Carj-etiter's I'liysiult.iry : OrilUiiV .Slcll
! aal IWuay: tiross' I'dthaloicul Aiiolr.y ; Stille's do.
ct Seii 19 LALlitVIN'S.
CLEAN'S OINTMENT AND CON-
O DITION POWDERS can ' e had at
K. A. SMITH i:o
j i-if . I' .-:: -.t ..!.. . . ti'. I m " rr' ";
t i. t-i I I r i .:. m li r-: i-.-i.l .Kvt,,- ic..
tv.u, L-.-.-'.i -r ? lit vei t 1 taa-;t! ' Wff-';
I ailia'.-o lt'.-. ti.it c.-ij:f.:.it:i, itttl I .!!
t,fv iu:-c.-:i.:i.-ia, t:t.-.; ol Mu.c an-l -:'!
i.i-lr-:;'. -i '.s Jir. .-o. A : . ..l!c..-ict t We
i us:i:c- ;t li-T'-ttfifir Ht l!. oi.i slaii.i. Jit.-rt
i , ... ; ' . " j. ; j il. . .i. :..t- ; : .r-- t ::t U' '.
HORSE CARDS, Curry au 1 Maru
C..rii . Brashes. Hilt aril Kancy Trunk Paper
Ilvii. t D..or Siaits, Alicaitt .Mutt,. cc. at
j,..x. PATCH ALI.IQ"S.
T7MiMlESS OF RUSSIA. Memoirs
kd otthe C 'Uit at.d P..-I.-I1 of Ca'herine II, E-a.rcs
ut ItJUia, tt-ietn -r witu a t.rief surv. y of tic: ll .iaanoil
Dt na.lv. rm'iriC! t tti: ri i of Jiirimln. the full t.f
Sev.t'iuti. .c, te. Pu tlifV 1 oc tlie th of X jvila
ber, and is a most inteiest:n,j :id vaiuaMf wort.
Price A let, eopie, at
11" " ' i- " "' ',,r'1 ' s 'u' I
til, i...iy.;.1.s ,,. i ,s..' t..- r. ..( it.'
v ::.;.'i', ;;,H::, ;
:i -ilr.-.t 'j.i'i ,..r. At: i.... .:.,:- .. tn'Knf.i t:-.r
a.-t; ,.: ,.;.t. th.- ui in r-,r.ii r ..' l i, t. V
ii:.;. rt-r.; . ,. t wli.cn (s.'.m ;. ; ,t li
,.,!.:,. :: ... .i ,.-.1, no fA- y.,,. . ,;.,r-;iv ii. t t
Hi- -I .u li ti- ::'; &r .1.. ;. ' p-it'leVr i'i
li.V ...ii, i .! i, .-ri i.ro Iii:a t:,. lila.. !. !i
,:i:i -.. rit - ii;i-I..i.- .t .i.-Vh... ;t.,.t t::.;,; i.
ii ;..i;:.' ;.; .. : .. r ........... . .. '
; i;i;cKMi;-:n aito.xtment:
J - -is , .' Ulil r-. . :
,. u.1 - .e i'-ar.l m;.,
ry of:er liirni-s :( -i.J:.
.11 why ci'liurpti .11;, :,
hav ?:'.rrt r iv..i.-r-.i
ih-.-v 1: .ve never !wu a;
'.j i..t l-cine. They
Im., au-.i y.t were aj-;
' ill "i ret, !, ,.t r t-
'U'n;v tj.i-i.c.nei.. Tin-re;.
1 o:i.tT d'.t asc tf tlie iuiiaf
I ir :riL.L-;.l, Uah pi. !er tuc
r...ic'i-t i.i a drr.-ct u:.iM-.-r
.ute.:.Li tJ art u;mi it.;
d I-- tli" t"u trt-! 'j h-ir
ii.n iiTt'-n-jvd to e .:, u: .! tr: .,- v.t r.- o ml
in.iiiy-r--d th il ihvy coai I ..! a t coi s-ituc t, ii:y,
.-xp-rn.ii tueir pr.i.clpTii :r.me iia:e :u.ti'u ip i:i
i)w via'.: ml tit 7 ten.aeri. fiil.t i'.- fm-l u:er. wii;i t
th iunj wrre tiriiuolesti1-:! Inh.tt.ou i.rini: t!e
me licii.r :n -ilr-ct co-itact .vit,! tiie -itc ie. vitIi-M(t tl:
ili-..iv .u.taire of any vif.i-i.t a-;..ii. I... n;.; U-r.ul
11 c .n t- t u-t,.i:-: t t:, y.j.nt-r- :-t in-
la 1 I- or
t ifival-.l. U d jt-s n--i .4-r;j
rtcre 1:1 t:ie jiLnir; ;.--;-t s t 1 ::i-?
itren ;h. r.ir.iftirt i-f i.in;r--. t,f i ii-a . Viie r-p-.rt
' t't.' llr-:t.ton Uo;:.; -.1. :i .: .;; . n.is n r.-cr
erv : jf f j ir ji''iht .f c.i3 v. tr-at r 1 iv tn'i i iti-ji:. If
pr-'p-rTy ?n.i.iovd. there is uj ease s. o.v. it.-.;i nt
raT!:e T:ihth:t":-)ns are coxtwiit fr-.!, fh t.ri-S-.ta!
f.irn.ui it. use I in the ..r-'Oipi .ui .1 .spiui. Loml'.-n.
No ch.tre f-r 1: :su t itinn.
C- .!rt. Barihm.'vttr of V.khm Testimony uf
Jir. J. JUtrorc.
tLSfia, TruTil.utl C ..0. Nut. IU, !r55.
0-r:n7 to previou? de ant . ti'Ciirrc I 'iu-"ii. the ill
i:e. of Uer staler. a l:..ie.l uf iml:uii: try cuittuir.ti:-;i.
Fe'. '.ti. l.-ij. Mrs. H.tr;.r.!..u--., .i',t..t the tir.-t f
March ia-it, hi 1 a lantrer'HM att ol Typii iid Fev.T,
fr. m u hich at the I .f f -ur wteks. she -ejaii ir t.:n
aily t recoT'T- (A slight e-mth, st-u-e en.-:ii tt.nn,
traiisie:.t lever, altcrn.ttly w:ih vt'h lassitude
an ! pro-Jtratiou, appeared Uaritiie me .n-ce;it!? vt i:;
Kt.) Tne fever went on the u-iuul i--:irs-. ' trt r.:ii:
C'-mvlicatetl, however. ilurir:i- ;iMirw mih ii.n ;,
tloti cf the i itlm.M.ary ti-iu-. iu.i :e i at lir-a to the
rilit !ui.. Lut li.iallv srriou..v ii.i!lvil:c th i-lei
Lf , he opisite side. The u-i I r -r-..-!. -s . ..re r.-s,
ed t-t. A'out the last of a, rtl. she t ai 1- ti ;ro a (ut
th .ce, tLt til freMeand li irr.i -() with a pa:nul
couh, niLht fltre its. and villi .1 da ly fe' r.ie aroxym.
Tne r spirit'it at this time vras i..t:eh ft-resefi. the
pule freiae:il. and the emaciation cr:.t-.; u .d slowly
tot.crLMse A'-outthe ni.tllie f i iv the a rji't-jm
.;d:c-.ed a more f.vora' ie Sue. The :-iin-iitltr.er.t -.nt.
of hort -lur.-ti.-n, atui the f.tr;.r-r s; ns, totrs r 'turtie i,
with incre-ied .md ni arm'n-r everity. Tht-re nre rr
i.i--net;s of a tbercuitr tiismrcfzatiom nt the i:iLmi
of the rjuht !tii:?. an l -lisiariiiir of crfect;:;; a cure ty
tie ordln try immu of treatin: ciii!uuii-:i;ii. I tina'tv
advis.-l Mr. P.. ti try the etlert of Inh-.l ition. Ac
Ci.rd.n?Iy on the M ..f July ,t. sli s..w I'r. tl ip1m-j.ii
at Warren. ho inv-.i-r.'-e.! a c-M-rse f treatmt iit a.lTijr
l ted to an advanced tiire of rot -ami; tiuii. I watched
the eeet of the no
r.nedis with nre ar:.l artxit-iv.
an t I do ut hesitate to h nte. that 10 th -m f is in
ii-t-teu tor ner pre-ieht cu.i rti If health, ir not her
me. iier recovery wa niox. ut it-a iiy i.ror-s-ive.
I know very little of Dr. HtrLran y t?-v .: 1; or 01"
hism'le of trtatinr c-:-snrn tion : !ut this 1 ii 'ino,
that he huheM: peeuIHrly suec 'ffiti in th- tre-ti:.etit
of Mrs. rtirtholocie' cast". The iniLiciericy of all
ordinary remelie. and justice to a r.e a-.d h-retof r
untrie-l uio,e of treatn.cnt, iniiels me to make this vol
A. M.VRn M. D ,
der 5 YLu:ia, i ramoull Co.. O.
iJKO. ADAMS has iust recti v-.l a fine variety of
Gift UUmkK, hound in Tur-ity Morocco, ctlt sides ait t
e.Ig : such as the Moss Rov-; Th- ni7 KLik-, Atlan
tic Souvenir; The trol l.-n The Klosf-.m. Ac, tVc.,
ail iilustiated srith eie.tnt copjier plate eti-Tivi ps.
TANNY P;:ilN'-S new bo,k. ROSS
I CI.AUK; aaid to Iwe the l..-st of h--r tr r. Price
1,33. at ADAMS' B-MKT0RK.
PDWAllD E. HOYT tfc CO.
M.-J Aie TIO.T recolvi ; r a .-.ier;I assortment of Fill
and '.Vint-'r Ojo Is, .r.Vch they w;ll oiler at pr:cs 1 1
intiure r.' ly sales. Call aud see us a. Xo.'s 1 aud 3.
River block. nov"
VT EWAND GO 0 D-J uZ received a
li larffc stock of Rail load WatcV-a in Gold and
Silver Cases. n.ivT Kt.NU i BllOTIlLi;.
LARGE ASSOKTMENT of GolJ
a lreast Pins and Kar Drops, of every ii.eriptioii
and price. nov" KlNli?.
LARD OIL and Ca phene Limp; of
all sizes: Toys and aud Fancy Goods of every
UeJvTiptiou and kind, at uov7 KING'S.
CILVER PLATED AND GERMAN
O SILVER SPOONS A.N'PKOUK alta.vs ou haEd.
Pure s.lrer sikohs of eviar size made to order.
Ail piotls and atirlt wairaiite.l.
Xi.'J Main street. K1NU & BROTHER.
ARY LYKDOX, at
sQORA and tlie Doc:or, at
jnt received, an.t for sale l.y
unr2 E. A
iRXOLD-S writing fluid
V All sizes, for sale ly
uovSJI E. A. 'MITH e CO.
y OMAN'S FRIEND. Tira.;, m..ney
. v au I li:ior sive.l, ly usiujr fhe Herman Cliecii
j cat Soaji. which Ciu be bid aL
uoviS E. A. SMITH it CO.
OLF'S AROMATIC Schielam
SCHNAPPS a near sutiuiy iust received, and
for sale liy ,
nov E. A. SMITH fc CO.
ASivILL IIOUSE, Comer Main and
V- South Streets. A'arren, Ohio.
W. D. KOrYLLL, Proprietor,
Ttiis new and commodious Hotel will hefour.d hy the
traveling community to pos-.e all the facilities of tfie
heat conducted h-ueis, for the arc-miioiatioii of the
pu'dic. The present proprietor has -lad it furnished
iu the taet approve I ;uo leru style, and availed him
self of every upp.iaiic-- requisite to eua-h- the LLtu-ie tu
merit put-lie jt.ttronae. Ttie furikiture ao.l hxtu esare
ail new, the ieuer.it uccoium.K.atious unsurpassed, au I
every attenttou paid to v.!tors that m y e required.
aI.U moderate. The atac oiice a Ijoius.
pot l'-- tf
a. j. TitnxEL, pro rietor. wa. gbuek, a t.
V J- TROXEL. D.-ale- n ill kind.
V of Groceri,s. Provisions. Fttju-", Men!. Potatoes,
Ate, &c. tjoruer of Market a.u Lt-erty streeis. War
ren, Ohio. iiotcJI
171011. X. 1
Macker! in Kits, ex-
piessly for family ue. No. 3 and 3 in '-Ms. No.
1 White fisn in ..hi ami
Ho. I siiid. Cotinsli
A. J. TP.O.X.KL.
that can t be beat, l-y
. . .
( 10FFEE, TEA & SUGAR.
Vy Rio, Jamaica and O Q Java Kaujhphy.uf thehest
qual tie and toet prices
Y H, Black and ImKrial Teas of the hest tpialities.
Brown, Pulverized and Crushed Suir irs; also Snuar
House and Pluitation MuUia s and ay runs.
IICE. by tho lb or bbl. t.t
rj'OBACCO a choice lot of plu auT
X fine cut chewing an 1 smoking to acco.
A J TIU-XFL.
C1AXDLES Sperm, Adamairinc, "'tar
) Sterine and Taliow Candles. Also Sirm Oil. an 1
a ttreat variety of Spices, Soaps, &c, at TKOXfcL'S
lEGARS A lare nnd choice lot of
O Imported Se'ars of the best hrs.:i.is and finest P.x-v-rLat
7 ANTED In exchange for Groce-
Corn and Oats, fur wli.ca the highest market price will
be paid. A J IHOXLL.
SUFFOLK SWINE. Those wi!,in,'
to Improve their tock of Sri.e, are liifjnne I th it
one of my Suffolk Boars will ie kejt, uurii. the Fail
and Winter, l.y ALUKKT V AN UOUDLU, at the Lower
Mill, ia W.irren.
1 shall also keen one on my own f-vrm in Bloo-rnVM.
OtU 10, l-55.-al. CHAKL.K3 HR'WN.
AT-3, CAl'S & UMBRELLAS.
We have a lanre assn.tiuent of the aVove arti
cles for sale ClitiAP ux No. 1 Main Street.
KDiVARI K. H lYT . CO.
Warre.t, Not. SI, '55.
pERRYDAVIS' PAIN KILLER, 3
I. yrross Just received, and for sale at
aug. STJ. K. A. SMITH A CO
;fj() TONS OF CHEEa:; WANTED,
J J ' for which the highest niar'.et pi Ice wi II t.e paid,
iu cal nu djliveJ-y. JDDl.tiS Jr MOIHJAX.
Sf li. lw&i.
'PIIE HIDDEN PATH, at
7IXXIE h I, at
nISSOLUTION. The co p.irtne
hi-etof'-re exi'tinr uml-.-r t';e name of B
tV TIIOM VS. is this dy dioived by mutual cori-o-.it.
Til- :-mities t ilt hereafier 1 e carried on I 3 Ut Fl'S
TUttMA. ul.o is pre par- 1 i-n-o work ou chort notic r,
and in thel..-t anl most fslii jnuhle styU Withuat
(C mr msr-.iitere.
HTPH, Dec. a I, 133. 1J-3:
CARRIAGE i.AKERS WANTED.
J Wante.1 at the Carria ge r" t..ry of the su ,cri. ir.
six Jour Cil iace iiair. lo etM.il workmen, a i;tod
s:c.ly Jolt, an. Iit ral waee; Billiec.ven
Warren, o, U-x. 1.', l.-j-ttt II. C. HKLDUN.
I F YOU WANT a pair of dry feet this
I- Wii.ter, call and ?et a p r f rlm' le French ii f
JAi. McCuXNKLL U Co.
PPER LEATHER b-u-l.t and sold
J.-. Mct'OS'.VCll St I'll.
X Inst r -e'd at J
'i.iis S.1" Lfiti.t r
. T.CI.GNNLLL tc C".
't'lIE OLD HOM
ha', i win'.
WIDOW "liEDO I T PAPERS, (full
11 of it:r,h.oranW;t; at SALUW.W.
LEAYITT'S LAT--ST lM:T.?n'KI) POUT ABLE MILL!
AMIiilK'A PATKNTKD HiG. 27. 1355.
T.." -. a nt repre-ents a v i 'i i I ia p. ovcni::it in V .r:.v I .- Cr;irj Vi!. a.Iji ted to ihu various Crindinj
a i i h:::c j urposes ol" a K-tr.it, which are roa r-.-nlr.-d found so pr'-otaIe ii the iirprored n.oiles ..f
f I :.;.- -t ..ck. it is the 1 it-Tt inv-Mioji f Mr. CHaR'.KS LKAY ITi'. of y i?iicr. Illiuois, who oStaine-I
P .t-M fro-, ti i'te Tirted Stites th; 'JTi'i .! .y of r .rmrv. 1-al. It is wet: know-tin thjWe-tem Staf-t,
th it t'.e .r.i.e;-s of tliis country are ii.th-' te.1 1 1 Mr. Lenvitt. i.r the s.v ssfu! intra dnction of a Machine f r
:ri i. c rn and co- . 1 eaines for this purpose have 101.5 leeu in me, '.ut re attended with too mueh
li or cd er.;t-i - to rn:..T lhe-n protlt-a' l-.
la lirvpf I -"-'. :if r epe-Mliu ni 1 S t me an 1 nimey. h- inveatel an 1 pite:.i-l a M ie!,ine for ths p ;r-
u c 1 hii ir-vt; I aim st .m!ui the tanner,
i.ee' i-tr. !:ic-d into o.ir M trit-'ts. a;ich
'1 . dr L rvitt '-io r the ori fin .1 inver.t-.r of tin kind of a Machine, and from i long experience
it Ir in Corn Crushers fttidinz that all of :!r'n bad s;ne lfi;..t, he a- tin w -nt t work to improve tha
t!i C 1
d.,r rtlve p iir.: j. a id 'i.i Keh. 5. w I'--t v another
f ii.-1 l-r-l at t:ie Oli'!, St it- Fair, i.i iX't Vfr.
- i t'f hi :.. tt ::r -niuia. ati I ' (iron .-..tnce.l s-:;-Ti.tr tj all .-i::k;rt. T'le 31 ill i sst on thre lei-
ftil Jo!i ' t til - iiih-t i.'at-.' or e.n't .f ta 1 11. wh-'vi
Hi - ii:ii-T pate or one of th M 11. wh"
h-Tji.v. ti.n-i tu i.;in the ii.sn. imr. ler stat. onar-. while
a In. i- I. 'ver wh.eh :r'pP:-s the p-T-r dtn-etl. wh -re r-q iir' l. wib th' li.-t pn-i'-le o-a hy friction. T:e
i .r.e 1 -i'i or r h oreatt-r- are s-.-t a near th- eeiur- of t'.. M U an possihl-. Tha An- t-th are ins-rte.l tn
t tr.'-.' ii' r:- . -hii'!i ran he c ti 'hin cr hard u-t ii. an 1 t ev-r tvtru out, an he rea lil, replace. I hy new
0.1. ".t a ;rl:l.n-' i-ti-vi:.- r sairared with '; eo't of p W.Xt ' stoic.
TVs Vitl i-i fttrsst-he I with uvo s? of lin.' t"fa. tan ! oth.-,s cn furn:h-d at any titn- at a eot not pi
c-v Yti? r'( ve d "ars p- r se-t.) one sett for Cr -f-irnj; nod Oot. (irin lin an the o h rr for -frin lin fin- M-.l
f t fivii'v ue Kx."-r;-ncc h xt proven t'-.:t th- fiv t -th nr ths only thir it all lit 'le 1 1 wear out in th s
Ui..f of Mill. Th:s Mill al-o h i very i.r.p'- and e mv ;uieit arr:n,-Tpa it f.r reeiriu-f an I eond-j-ti-ix the
m- tl out at a apaut 0:1 on . le of th M !!, wli eh vill naMr th.' --; tt-r t set a Vox ai-!-r an I rec ve tli-t
-Jtca! ;t':on: the fan le "'nvt-lin -f it n,. Trie a ilu-.Jn ; app irtns ii -tirnp;,. -n 1 e f-etml. an t is w-:ke I
frcn a". or. without int-rferin with the op-r.i:s:n .if t..- M li: l.y it th M:l! made capi'tle of application lt
a v-it ran e of purposes, as :ll as hein? ma II t ''n i co tr.e .r nne as desired.
Ar.on th- t:-s to wh eh t't's Mill i a-liot- I. ir- t: '!! si. '.. viz: '.r:,i !in or Cr-nhin-f C rn ai ? 1V
tir iii-r. Grind in? M--.l from Sh.I;e I Corn an 1 othr If lin. an I othr i:ke n-irifiwi. This form of M:l! ii 1
:r-file in i: co:rnrtton an i so few in its pvrts. that i: can he furnish- ! it a v -ry 1 v pric. -vhen the valai
of the ervir s i: p rf .rn. is consider.-!, atd f r th am- rt non it :s I'ir-i t.- an I il'k-lv t -rrtotit if repair.
It ii a t-'V1 fcioTi f-.'t m vit c; iitifi; Parmer th on nh.l of C r.a sfr.iaid is r rth t vo iu th; ea., t
--! h"r or e :ttle. in 1 will fatt n either in oii--t'iir I less t!tn-.
t't-n -itrof cr:n lilt with on- h re. fron 10 t- ! an I with t.ro h )i-s fom 1 t l huh -Is per h inr
wlr.ch i one hutrir I per ceut. f ut r. in proportion t- Th po ver use I. than nr M li ih at wn rv-r mi le at
a-.y ur-ce ta -rind with st.ns. It rill -rrirtd more rapidly, witti m te e;.-. arid '.Till I t.t ten t:.ai a-i 1 m as
ar. v 1 i 1 1 of the kind n m in ur. Ii is nv wi-11 a.; "lained th it p wer a; .1-e I t a l'w motion for grind in
will -'rin l t'vic.- as nrteli as the same am -un. oT power applied to a (.iick uioti n,as increased velocity is
alT ay nt the expr.e f power.
T IT. I A I. W riRH Cn MIL'.' ATTII: HTK FArR.0? TUB MARYLAND AORf CTLTUR L SOCIKTT.
Thf fo"o-:nr t a ill -h v th- tirue o.-e'ip;. !, and nam'-er of 1W volutions of each of the Mills on exhibi
tion, in r:i 'in-r half a "n-h-1 of Corn and o'-s :
.T-.- F n-rt --'"a mit.ot-;, Irt rev httion. I Mira irl's Champion Mill, 5 -n.nutes. 2 rero lit: ions.
!.'t:i-' nt Mill 4$ " l- I V .P tarn's Mill,. T- -t 3 do
!-M:; i e of 1 1- Y' mi? An -ri . M i i 1 "V r a!' othe-: 1st. Orat Streu.t'i a.i I D irVdlitr. C I. Simnlxity
liivt- z o1 sefiv to .rr.d'iita- th-" tpuli'vof ?r;-iln . which renl-'rs it s si -pie tint it may Ire
ni 1 I ' r mvor I.nar.' ra-m tnni. i. ir viji rini
in ,Min-. thin anoth'.- Miil-au-. 4"'t. K n
b.fi? s-int t'rom tht miin 'olvof the m i.:a;n-. c
T'.us. in the You:i A::ir" ti. w- pre 'nt tu ttet. Ciieip-sr, and most duraM-; M il ever oT-red to the Firmer.
COST OP R'JNNlNi"! T'!fi Y rrt M,i:lCA MILL TEV YK Rt. COMPARED WITH THAT OF
THE OrUEK MILLS IS USE AT THIS T'MK.
I; i a w!l-known f .ft that C vt Iron M lis for lii ; Cor 1, --., t lo th- work prorterlv. will not W
than two yr-ir. In view of this fict. th iur nt r of iii-; Yo-mg A-nerifi M II h 1 iiS..red to produce a
M tch'i.e 'hit will V in'-r- e-n-i:nic 1 . a a I at the sime tim m - e.-f.cr.-ial. Th foil .win-; et'mate ill ho
thee it of grinding with eah of the Mill nov in use. for T n Y-irs: C st of Yo-iag A n rie Mill. ., in
clud;nc a t xtr s of tir n t;n Plate. vh va mi." it -r d f r 4 veaea ; cot of repairs for ft year. S- roTi
ing for l't y-r. "!. Cr-t of a caromt Mill, tvith ut a:iv extras, say S44 Oont of nnniti-r the same ten
y.'r-. 1 tooiii rh it th-; M il will !.tt a loo a ih- Y -mg America Mill, w th it repair, s iv t re renewe I
evrv t r 1 y ir. fi.n itr : V 1 tt e 1 i- at ths ex.i 1 of V-ct M 1 hi t mr.h um-t. 9 ."'L m.kin
for th t in v-ars 1 c Ht ' 5 M . Thi si n- rule will anply to a u an 1 tl of " li!! no !r ae which mm-s
in ci-im-tit'-in w th ih- Young Am-riea M'!l. K.tm-.-s nd afers in want of Mil's for grin ling Corn and Co 1
e.. wi!l -e by the ahoTe uimite th.U tli-; Y'vin.- A nerica M il can be u-ed for the tu -t rn aired at less
than on- .Ii.r 1 th ; - eaii t ai, ot'wr nil air -i .i.;. Fir-.if 'r S. D !lM-t, .gent,
lt-Utotville, Tramhult Co. 0., or M. B. TAY1 Oil. Warren, O.
All or l ;rs 1 1 !res" 1 t Jh Agent promptly attended to. Dec. . 2-n
LATE FROM THE FRONTIER! INTERIOR TOWNS al' HEARD FROM !
IsAliai-' MA JORITY FOIl THE "'TALL BlilCK." .
PACKARD & BAIiXUM,
Knconried by their large and incre-iug sales, not withstanding the hard times, scarcity an.l high prices, anil
iu antic p-t. 0:1 f the :'jod Urns coming, have purcasei and are now receivii. at thetr munmoUi 11 trdware
:ore. 1 i u i'er stocn nt
il trdwarr. tarriusc Trinimiims. Iron. Trials, Ciu;. T;irMi and MnWj T Siw,
thin hav- ever :.eeu brought iuto 0:J Traai .uU. Long experience, a per"et icU tint ir.ee with the manu
r.t'-tnrers of the ei't:rn States, an i connexion with au Iron 31.11 ia th.s TiCtniiy, enaoles us to otter great
in-in-'ements to all wisliing to purchase roods iu our line.
Ait people in eiieral, me':h.iuics aud uiairif tcturers in particular, farmers an I their wiTes and children, ar.t
invtte.1 to eilt and look throuh the stock. The wai.ts of th-; entire cummunuy have been looked to, without
ditict;on of color, s.ze, personal ap-ienraiire o politics
To our friends in the lilJCiOY 1 1 1 IS I N IvlSiS, wt- arl? prepared t-J exhibit an VNUSL'AL PILE of
eTervt:in.g that r-iu be used iu, 01. or at out a i ti'gy.
M-chanies wishing to re-ilenish their fOChv OP TOOLS, will do well to call and examine our stork of
Pbi.n-. Saws. Ciiis-ls. II iiumer. Stcks and lies. ike, whifh are Dot snrpassed by any establishment in Ohio.
H K'Sf-; TRIMMINGS OF NFW AND I-ESIRAIiLK ST LES. a lanre and s-ilendid assortment.
3i (.eg i istly cele-mt-! Wheeiifg N liis; MO boxes Franklin Kock (iUss; White Lead Zee Paint, Oil
Yari.iah. Putty, Pine fash. Ate. .e.
OUR IRON DEPARTMENT
Is al al! timet fully stocked with good Horse Shoe Iron, tiugy Iron. WaB-oo Iron, and Iron of all kinds, by
the bar. bundle, wagon or boat load.
We have secured the services of ac English Gun Maker, and are now offering better Rifles, at less prices than
ever b"f..re oCered in this country.
iTK nienii.cr th place, and call at the 4Tiill Brick, Main street. Warren, Ohio.
September -ii, 105. PALKAKD fc BARN CM, Proprietors.
PROCLAMATION EXTRA! UREAT REDUCTION OFPRICE$!
I TO THE PB)PLK Of T'tCMBCLL AND ADJOINING COCNTIES, who have extended so li'iera! and
generous a p tr in ige ; me Juring th- six ye txs past, iu which period of time it has been my good fortune to
nr.a : ..:ny ic i.i untan-'es. make many friend whose friendship and Kindness will ever be remeaihered with the
moat, pljan ant emotit:iu. Time, in its onward fli 'ht, brings many changes. Six years ago, a id the CMiiing
Business in Old Trtmbull was in its infancy, and your humble servant was the KIRST person in thateuteqirtse
in Warren. Starting wi h a determiuation to sell cheap and de tl fairly, he hoped to -uil. up a trade that would
stadily increae and nriug to hi counter, on the return of each jear, the faces of those who were his patrons
iattbclirst. HE HAS NOP BErlN DISAPPOINTED. A progress almost uuparalled in the hintory of trade.
has in irked he s.iccess of this establishment. AtD this Pho tisuioi ts isue-1 to inform all who are in want
jot CLOTHING, of any DESCRIPTION, PRICE. QUALITY OR QUANTITY.
from a Cotton Shirt to a carl Ka 1. can he affnrnmf dated on the mnt advmntage',u terms.
I II AYE LED TiiE VAN. BKOUOHT DOWN THE PRICES, CONTROLLED THE B17SINES3. since the
commencement. AND MEAN SO TO DO POR THE Fl'Tl'RE. I am now receding dire from the Eastern
Cities, the LAltuKST STOCK OP FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, ever opened in Trum mil County, eon
i sisttiiLr in part of the following goods: Heavy and Pine Overcoats, a large assortment of all kinds, grades ami
qnalit.e.: Dress, Frock, Sock and Business Co:its. or all enlors, shades and varieties; all kinds of Pants, from
the coarsr,t to the very ii'iest; a splendid assortment of Ve. cons'stinr of silk Telret, plaid, fancy and plain
satin, silk, c ishmere.cli-tth, casimere, kc ; lots of Furnishing Goods, Shirts. Drawesr. L'nuershirts, Crsvats,
Handkerchiefs, Collars, Socks and Suspenders. A fine stock of Hats and Caps, which wilt be sold cheaper than
these articles ever have en so! 1 in Trara mll County.
A LARGE STOCK OF BOYS' CLOTHING.
I hiveal?o a fine and welt selected stock of CL')T1I, CAfSIMERB. VESTING and OVERCOATING, tor
the pun. se of uiakinit nj all Icinds of custom work, which will be cut and made m the tiestand mttst fashionaMe
style, and t.y the best mch inics in the country. And in or er that community may be pasted op in rexard to
prices, aud thcre'iy trev.-nted from being shaved in some of the small caucerns about town, I give s brief list
of ih-.ir. ces. 7TKEA1!
G.)ol woolen overcoats from 82,75 upvrards. Good woolen suit of cloth coat,
p;ints, vest and uliirt, '35,:0. Fine black suit of cloth, consisting of
bl.iclr coat, black pants anl satin vest, S3. 03.
My stock is ths LARIBSC, Uti r 3KLBCTKU. and I stand reiiy tu prove it deeile-llv the CO SAFEST ever
brought tu rim nil C biatv. I o:Ver it l r sat t. Iteoaies witain the wants and circumstances of all. To the
ruyer ill sea.-ch of CLOl'ill'I. I-t mi iy, lo 'i aroun l,ev.i.niue the stoj's .f t:n saiail dealers in this article,
then iive nt.- a call. It will airml me pi-ias-lre to sh.r.v y iu tarouh mves.easive assortment and variety, anil
if I fail in s'litin you in trail. ty or price, th, fault will be mr own. To mv otnjwtit.irs. wha 10 fir turret ths
clvilit es of tn le af to iu luUe in thems.ilres. or permit thus- in tfi-ir employ to in luce my character an.l at
tenant to injure jit r-p it itioa '.y a resort tc l 1:1 1 -ma, -o s-e;i-.;s-nt atiu.n. aalw.lful fa'sehoo Is. I have but
one a-ur I 10 s .'i. It's th.s: 1 1 l-rs. liic ea:Ci-ns. - hTi ; tiraut." It nt'i a Bo'tl; revenue to give
the t-.tols-bilyinre v, o inity USrrKRtJ K(M at LOWS PRICKS thaa C IX ir WfLl. do. This pledge I rive
an 1 WI i.i. aiirli'I. 1.1I :k!ii uv 10 s -e in 7 oT I fries Is. aa- be pie ise I to mike the acfiainLance of new one,
when lii ca.i n ie -t c tav -a eat lo ive -a- a call. Re.n.i n .-r 3 lrs. Oik Front, 1 luurs sumh of the Post
Oaice. S ii. 11 a 1 1 1. SI iiu S-e-it, Warrs i. O!iio. Sept 9 J. UOLDSTKIX.
T s r- ...; it
'i ?--J7 frT" r-5r acv
. ii.t.x-.fi It ll ! '
an l a: nee tlie erent jaep.- of th's invention, variotis
its t.;e ":.nr MilH." "Little Giant. 5c5.. for t-i
M - II. wiiic:i h is pn e I t te f ir s'lo: i .r t , theia ail
Ir yi. w'.l't tae "i.:,.:!eli:ailr.T, Wltr M:!!.1 an 1
i i c ititi 1 r 1 itr-i-it i ' :nt '.r.- iki:ic ' y t'ie draft of lii
th ; eia--ive or oat rr grin lor revolve . Sy m-:vns f
more i.orn, ort'insii ;o . in th s :n- time, and or
mi. th it put of th? Mill which h m liaMeto.er
n te r-n-xe 1. when worn o;it. at th sm ill cost of $1.
XTO. 19 MAIN STREET. NEW AR-
i UA 1KMEN ti UMl'lUK II VT A C APgTOKK
AichoN at Weir,
Ilive 'asl rece.veland are now o.teuiiiir, ttie larT-?
nit.st ruhi 1 ia .le, an.l iest sei.-ct.-l sfc of UiiAUV
1 DT. t L. Ti 1 1 NO. lce an i Kurnislim Go-ls, eve
t.r.iUi;:.t to tin, uiariet. c tnsistius in part of tlie foi
lran.;'i.oii.: Orercous of every style, .iu ility. an :
pr'xe, fro:o the utiesl beiverto ths coarsest kersey
I'a.iU au I Vests ol every strle and quality. No ue t
HU, ut ouie and see. livery t.t ly says, sive Nir-i
o! &. Weir the nelt for qu ility, styie ami price, their
piece eao.is are of the ueaest styles, consisting o
hrtavy lleawr pilot, plain and twill-.l Cl.tths. (;lain at..
Fancy OaSiimcres ; twilled e.itinet.s ; Plain end Fan
cy Ve.ti1.1r? : a tew rare patterns of Silk Velvet : i lair,
and figured Silk; Satiu, C'asiiiaire. Worsted Mohair
lritwer. S'istenders. Stocks, Seek ties, Poc.el Hart',
S.Ik. Linen, Latin, tc: Wooleu Hose. Fm
tit .ves, Ki i, liiifd and unlined, Cloth, Uuckskin nl
eoiura; Hu.-k Mit-eni ; Hoys' do ; L'm'.reilas, a nm
assortmei t. 1 arp-t bas. Ate.
TAlLtiitlNti done iu tne best style, and on short no
tice. Tue cajiacity uf K. W. WEIR, as a practica:
Tailor, i too well nowii to ieq;ire comm-nt. 1'artic
uiar atienttoT. ?iv - to l-iillinir.ar. warranted to lit.
DATs AN1 CAI'4 It is a well-known fa.:l, that for
eleven y-ars. L. NICHOLS lias kept the la.-i.-est. cheap
est, and oiost varied asoruueitt of ftoos iu his I.i..
cverkei-tin Obi Trumbull, and the new firm have to
nnnoni.ee that the st.wrk of 11 ATS A.NP CAPS has r en
lararelv iaerea-e-l ; so all yuu have to do is to call at
Nt I!) Main street, and you will there find a complete
outfit mitts excepted for less money tiian you can
set the am:e in Warren. Kemeuhcr one thins w,
have no obi. shelf -worn Clothing, but an ettire new
stock of fresh and desira'di: Goods.
As las has for a lone time been a very plentiful arti
cle in this enmmuuity, we would heir leave to he ex
cused from usinit it in this cominunicatioa to my old
friendsand ;atrons ; I would make uiy !.est bow and
return many tiianks for the ver liberal and lone-continued
palronaee received at their hand,. To the new
we would say. you too are entitled to the ritlbt hand of
fellowship; so come alotnr. and we will give you a
welcome to all tlie privileges, blessin-s and ben
efits, of lhe largest. chear.est, a.id most varied stock of
ClolhiitK and Hats aud Cap, ever brought to this mar
ket L. NICHOLS.
Warren Oct. 3.-3m E W. WEIR.
I DICTIONARIES! DICTIONARIES!
J Wel.stcr's whole Series;
Andrews' Latin English, and Englis'a Litia;
Aiithon's do do do.
Antiton's Classical Dictionary;
Ar.thou's tlreck and Raman Aittiquities:
Oeeiiius' lieitrew and Kolish Dictionary;
A. iter's tlTuaaa and Kn?!:su do.
piere's French and Kiijl.sa do.
Newman's nnd Biretle's Spanish and Enfflishdo.
Lever etl's Lat. and E.ttt. aud Eng. aud Lat.do.
B;l!e House Dictionary:
Pocltet Lesico'.s of various kinds;
Antholi's, Acdres'and Billion's Cm-ltr:
6ct IT AT HALbWIS'8.
1 RACE LEE, By Julia Kavanaifh,
T M ,y. 1f at BALDWIN'S.
In The irtner!iip liret .ft-re eiist:n- hetsern
l'i.'.r!es .tietser.'r aii-t Cbwiccy IL Ttmmerit.n.un.itrr
llie tirrii t.f lteet.Rt-r Ac T.UtUt-ru.an. IS this duyu'a-
.Ived iy siutnal ort.eiit. All del-to owidr l.y the
l'.ro wilt I e settle! ai.l paid l y C. Messenrer. !. is
hrei.y aaUi iritid to receive ail dti.-s of the .aid unu.
I IIAPl.l:.- MESSflXtSKU.
CHAXCEV B. T1V.31KKMAS.
S. P. The I usiness will I e eontinue l hf rbarlei
S!e.fU er. r.t tl.e cid stall. I in West Warren, wlitns he
w:;i -.c !tipi- to ace bis old fri-nds and c iiouiers.
P.'IE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW, j
L Wea.-e :iox malaiii? thii c-:el rited Plow. Those
ho have trkd it, ..y it sur. -assess ai.y other kind of
on in tiA". heverai ;reuuuiis n.e -ru ..w i- .
r?r:-.e and Coanty Fa r-.
Sep 111 5
J. 1C MORLLY at Co.
WTIIAT YOU V;ILL FIND at the
1 SCW I.TMB WATER ffBK.
Larai a;U c itnm i lious build nt. i'ure ; rir. Waier
,:.ii...:it ! at..in, delightful eltu-.t-. kui-1 and ca-
...a'-iif at.istaitts, pleasant ro-.m, with a laree nnnyr
inv il us; eeueraUy iioing wcii. I' -r fii".h-r rarticu
iar a 1 !rc-. I'.KKE. M. U.
Jaly i. Iji5-'j... New Lyue.O.
0S1IEIM S Church History, com-
p sc.. Prieai gl.'s ; just rweeir.l - iDiai.
TOWA LAND AGENCY The sub-
scntier .itfers his services, to those wishing tn lo-
itn lands in lowa. a: reaaona' le rates. Pirticular at
o i pud to locating Land Warrants, or if desire I,
vill l ca;- and sell the land, f r one half the profits,
- Minting fach wrrint w r:h 91 25 per aere.and pay
my own exieas-, ( -KCepc the odice fee, which is on
dollar for each 4it acres.)
Laud Warrants nought an 1 sold.
Land Locate ! for cash, or ast?m drafts, or on time.
Taxes paid and titles exauiinel. in Central or Northern
tnwa. EDWIN LOVE LAN D.
ReTerences Geo. T irler, Esp. Cashier of the West
rn R Kink; Austin D. Kihree. Esq., Rev. A. M. Bro-rn,
Sarrningt m, O. ; D. U. Tift, Es.. Coluratms. O.
Scotch Grove, Jones Co., Iowa, Sept. 19, leo..
A- A very eood Brick Dwelling House. For partie
jiar, inquire of aaj-i-.'tf w. IDIIINO?.
ten" th6usandd o l l a lis
l worth of L in'l Warrants wanted. I am paying the
'Highest prices for Laud tt'.irratit.
epi ALBEUT PERRY, Warren. 0.
LEAF P.iper Leaves, Petals. Wire. kC.
pAMPIIINE OR PINE OIL. and
V Burning Fluid, for sals hy
lau :, -. K. A. S.M1T1I SK Co.
E STRAY. Broke into lhe enclosure
of the subscriber, about the first of October. IS53.
a retl yearlinif steer. The owner is requested to prove
property. pa charjres. at-tt take it awa .
Braceville, 0. Det:. I-.', lHii-3t. LA VINA LAXE.
POLAND OATS.-PoIind Oats for
X Seed, weighing 4S lbs. to the bushel, for sr.te by
R. H. WALKER.
Churchill, Centre of Lilierty. Trumbull Co.. O.
S. B. A sitecimen of tite Oats can be seen at thi.
office. (dee 5, lt-ii 3m
?0R SALE. One large dark bay
L HOUSE kiud. sound and well broke 5 year,
old. Enquire of (dec3) 8. T. POUEROlf.
MELODEONS. I am just receiving
a few of Carh .rt's unequalled Melodeona. with
several valuable improvementa. Call and see tb.ra.
dec S. T. POUEKOV.
NOTICE ia hereby given, ihat the
sutscriber has been appointed and qualified a,
Administratrix on the Estate ol Allien L. Morley, late
of V) arreo, Trumbull t'o O., decease,!.
OLIVE L MOBLET.
dec 3 3t Administratrix.
L3INK SHINGLES on hand (mastol
the time.) TACKARU A BABM M.
Oct. ii. Iea4.
""HEESE WAREHOUSE. IIesrv H.
V- Collixs, Forwarding and Coitimiss. on M "reliant,
for the sale of Cheese. Huitr, Pot and Pearl Ashes, at d
Produce generally. No. Woail su, l'ltui UTh, Pa.
i XXUALS for the l.oli Uys aud
coming year, in eauttful extra if tit and antique
binding, fru-a 91 to $3,h Tiioac tu search of arUciea
suitah.e for present, jLaMning beauty, richec-as, du
rability and cu-apaess. have only to visit tne New
1sTk book.tre, where an entirety nt stock is being
received, expr-ttiij, to pir-ase our old frtvods and Uow
isl patrons. Vr.n iu ai.d see, at
E0GRAPHIES--Smith's new and
a A revised edition, brought tltwu to prcecr.t
time. M.u-betl's -hool tirr.r.tpiiyand Atas. 31-tch.
ell Interiuedi.te. Mitch. -ii's Ai.c-.ent Atlas, al.uh
eli', at'iiie il ip. Morse's eerie, of (r.-nraphics.
Oluey's ditto. alautictU s ilrst lesson, ta tocography,
do Vouth'. ilanual. McNaily ' Ostein ai.u.,1. A
supply at ( iec5J UALDWIN'd.
(.EO. ADAMS HAS JUST RE-
V A eivel a. h.s Bmk Store orer Two Thouai4
iioits f Wall Paper, at prices varying from six ce.it
boit, to nne d-'ta-vr auu a hif. I a Uur ar VLL af
and GOLD pa--ers, most rich aud o.ej-int.
PAPER HANGINGS, 'ia!ow Pa-
L twr aad Oil shades, at ths
XSW YOCX STOtti:.
CROCKERY, Or.s-Ware, Lookic
Giaues. c, . UrE. :ecit can alwae, rr finn.l
M,t. K'.r YORK STOlvS.
ti U Mi'i R-iH i'.ucib.l Court of Commou
ti. I Pls i. of Truambtul C 1.
.1. h Wa.il, l.oTitu L. I Ohio.
V i:,UfM B.t ourtr..:it. V Civil aeuou. t
lecta L.Cour ri iit I
David CadptMlL and Jame, I Ii Junction.
M. CampbeiL J
'THE NON-RESIDENT DEFEND-
JL ants. Joha A Ward, at.d Lo-.ina L Ward, and
ld ard a. Coaia.-ieitt Kieeta L. t'ourtriitht,
i u are hereiy aotin-d lh.'t tbe piaiutiJ oat the -.'id
da of o.i'.o r, A. D. 1V. Itie-l iaeir .etiti'.n aiaanrt
the..i ii. tii. Court of Couiaion Pl-ai ol said nunty.
S i: I petition ailes-r, th.-.t . n ifce 1-th .lay f March,
1 S3, the vail J ihn A. Wr.rl an! i:-arl D. Court
r:e';t ea-eent.1 to tlie piatutiir, their funr eta. of hand
f-T t-.ld. each, paa'-le retctivety ia one. two,
thr e. and four years afLer .'.ate with ai.i.u-'.t interest;
tllat one of said ttt.tes is due with ai.t.ual ii t.-rest on
al! ..r sti I notes ; that on the It-ih day of X-.". b. l-j,
another of said rt-tes wilt la? due with aunn . it. teres
on said notes. The petition fur.h.ra.l-Ke,t:t: on ih.
day said notes weregiv-u raid ..aid aud Courinei-t,
with their wita. the .aid Loviiu. L. Ward and Electa
L. Ci urtneht, executed a mottaice to the pUiir itt, on
a certain steam aaw mill, with the appurtenance and
tliree acres of crotind on which the sane is located,
situate in Vernon in aid eounty. being past of lot fiio.
v. to secure the payment of said notes. Mid Lovica IM
Ward an 1 Electa L. Courtrliht, releasing dower there
in. Said petition alleles Ihat said Ward and Coaruirht
hive soil said property to aat.l uavi.t are. jaoies as.
t'.ir.i'el! si-.tMCtt to said mort -u--'. '1 he pct.iion pray,
juljaiect afainsl said VVar i and Courtiibt for tbe
aMout ttue on aai.l urtes-. and to bec.tiiie due before
jud-ment. and also for sale ol the mortinsred premise,
to satisfy aaid judgment, aud the amount to become
,iue, and for judgment airainst said Ward and Ccnrtrieht
for any balance remaiui.ie due after sale. Also, for
injunction, which was granted.
Said John A. Ward. Lori.aa L. War I. Edward B.
Courtr.j'i. t and Klecta L. Courtrieht most answer aaid
petition by the ?6th lay of January. A O L-'M, or aaid
itetition will be taken for confessed.
Warren, Dee. 3, l.5i. 6t Atl'y for PI'fffc
Isaac Mracham 1
Sarah Reeve, Robert Clark, I
Mary Reeve, Maria Reeve. J
Jane Ilarttinz, (leoree C. I
Court of Common
Plea of TnunLuil Co.
liardiue, and Jeremiah
I?eeve, and J.imes Reev-. J
I JOBERT CLARK. MARY REEVE.
X Maria Reevs, Jane Harding, aud George C. FTaH
ing. non-resident defeud nu, are hereby notified that
on the third day of December, A. D.. Ka, the said
Isaac M tne ham tiled his petition against them in said
court. The object and prayer of said petition is to sell
t-voe',u.U undivided seventh parts of all the land in
Kinraau, in said County, which Jeremiah Reevo
ow. ned aU the time of his death, tvetng one hacdred and
t'enty-eight acres, and which said Land is now owred
by said defenlants, as heirs of said Jeremiah. Th
shires in sad land nought to be sold, are those of
Sarah R-'ve and Bethioh Reeve, dec ased. which said
two shares were mortgasretl to the plainti tf by said Sarah
and BethLah on the Mth day of March, A. D 1.I, to
secure the payment of three notes of said Sarah Reern
i.f ihit date :"oae for $78,45, due one year from date.
for S10tt,due two yetxs from date, and one for
SltO. due three years from date, with interest thereon.
Only $P) has been paid on said notes. Unless said
Ro ert Clark, Mary ReeTe. Mart Reeve, Jane Hard
ing, and Oeorg- C. Harding, arswer by tho i6th day of
January. A. D. 1"56, the plaintiff will tke judgment
by dt fault, accor.ling to the toraver of the petition.
Cr'RTISS BRIOHT 4
ALBERT Y ROMANS,
Warren, Dee. 5, l-ij.-k Au'ys for Plaintiff.
C ALE OF REAL ESTATE by Order
O of Court. On Saturday, the Bfth day of January.
lr-54, bt a-een the hour of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M., on
the pre nisefl. in the township of Fowler, Trumbnll Co..
O . will be sold to the hixhest bidder, the following real
estate, as tbe property of Tho. Ilawley. dee'd. to wit :
S.tuat- in Fowler, -ownship So S. in the and ranee of
townships in the C.anecticut Weatern Reserve, in th.
S.ate of Ohio, and which i, also in the county of Trum
bull, and is known as part of lot So. 46, and bounded
a, follow.: West by the public h-chway ; Sooth by
lands formerly owned by Josepa W. Davi, ; East by th.
hichwav, and running North to the centre of the ' Big
Spring Run," so called, the east and stsl end. to be
ofaner-ial width, and contain, fifty acre, of land. b.
the same more or less. Terms made known on the daw
ofaale. CHANDLER HAWLEi.
dec 3. lJ53-t Executor of Thos. Hawley, dee'd.
HE STATE OF OHIO
. County. Before the CommisKoi
Henry I. Rice. Edwin C. French.
Joph Chaunrlain (Kiev -reach Petition to oh.
ot Co..) James Ward, Wm. Ward, I ui Q of-aii.
A. B. Bere (Jame. Ward & Co ) Vstherafleid
J. R. Hunn, L- O.Andrews. C. BetU, 1
Lyu.ls, (Betta, Lynds V Co.) J
The petitioners hereby notify Jostah Robbins, Jr.;
the Penna. and Ohio Canal Co., the heirs of Robert H.
McCombs, vis: John C. McCombs, Wm. 8. HcCombsj,
Reoecca Blachley, wife of Lewis Blachley. Mary Kerrt
wife of Z. Kerr. James A. McComn-. Jthenexer Mo
Combs, Lacy McCom:s, 8nibor McComhs. Eli X.
Ward. John C. Ward. Ann Eliia Ward, and Thomas
Corwin Wiri: Wm. Porter; heirs of Samuel Philip
vis; Joseph Henry. Harriet Henry. Isaac, Jane, Nan
cy, Bridget Ann and John Philips, with Jonathan Dun
lap and C. Kincaid, Guardians for four miners; Wm.
Brooks heirs unknown: R. Brooks; Perry Cross h, Co.;
Nilesand Anstintown Turnpike and Plank Road Co.;
James White; Thomas Irring; Rie hards; Polly
and Allen Campbell, Ex'rs of O. Campbell; K. Stewart,
David Harris, Milo McCoaos anil Sainoel Bui-aeU
and the pablio generally
That they have filed with said Commissioners their
petition, pray ins; a view and establishment of a steam
railway, from the depot grounds ot the Cleveland and
Mahoning &r.il Rad, near Niles, In W'eatherslield, oa '
J. Rohbins, Jr. 's land, thence across the same, across)
the suukwater in Mahoning, near mouth of Meander,
thence across lands of heirs of Robert MeCoaba, of
heir of Samuel Philips, of Wm. Brooks, dee'd. of R,
Brooks, of Perry Crost k. Ct., Plank Road, of James
White, Thotnas Irving. Richards, of lands of Geo.
Camp'iell, E. Stewart and David Harris; also of M lo
McComhs and Samuel Burnett, to coal mines of Rice,
French k. Co.; James Ward It Co.; Betta, Lynds A Co-,
and Perry Cross at Co. Alsoaskin-- appointment of
comroitu-e to Tiew said groands. and lay out rail way,
and assess damages to lands, canal and roads.
Th-it the Commissioners on the 6th of December, A.
D. 1-155. appoint i Juob H. Baldwin, Franklin 1.
Stowe and Harmon Austin. committee to Tiew, lay
out rail way and assess damages. Said committer are
to meet for that purpose, on the 3d day of January, jA.
D. 156, Thursday, at thf house of Josiah Roitbins, Jr.,
on the premises in Weathersfield, and proceed to fulfil
their appointment, of which all persons interested arw
not. tied. HOFFMAN tt R.ATLIFF,
Dec ll, ln.VS.-3t Atty's for Petitioners.
5 HERIFF'S SALE. "
lO t In Petition for Partition. In
The State of Ohio, the Court of Common Pleas of
Trwmoull County, as. (rrumbull tnnty, Ohio.
By Tirtae of an order of sale, to me ai;--eted and df
livered, on a decree of said court, marie itt their Octo
ber Term, A. D. Iti55, wherein Ostia Lr ntstt. Leet, by
her guofdian, George M. T utile Is petitioner, and Rol
lin A. and Homer 3tl. Leet are defendant, I shall expos
to sale, at pnolte outci y, as under execution upon judg
ment at law, at the door of the Court House in Warren,
in said eounty, on Suunlay, the lti nay of January,
A D l5o, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M and 4
o'ciock P M of said day. the teal estate silbed ia
said order of sale, to wit: Situate in Vienna township,
Trumbull County, Ohio, known as being part of lota
No. .4 and 5. in said township, bounded as follows:
oVginniug at the north east corner of lot No. 94, two
rods west of the eeutr of the north and south center
highway of said Vienna, and on the north line of said
lot .'4, thenc running north along the wen lino of said
highway, thi rtem rods, Oaence west in said lot 25, on
a hue parallel with the south line of said lot 25, 13
rods to the lot line, thence west on said lot line, to th
north west corner of said lot V5, them south on th
wet line of said lot 34, and from thence east parallel
with the north line of said lot. to the west line of said
hiarhwar, thence north on said west line to the place of
beginning; the said western line being of such length,
that the lines aforesaid shall contain twenty acres of
land. Appraised at $3J0. One-third of the pure has
money to be paid on the day of sale; one third in on
year thereafter, and one-third in two years from and
after said day of sole, and interest thereon, with appro
Tedsecurty. H. R. HARMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff ' Office, Warren, Dec 13, Ir55-5t-4al3
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed and -I
livered, issued out of the Court of Common Plea o
TrnmruU County, an 1 State of Ohio, and in obedieuo
to said order, I shall expose to public sal, as upon ex
ecution at law, at the door of the Court Hoes ,in War
reu, i said county, on Saturday, the lKh day of Janu
ary, A D 1S36. between the hours of 10 o'clock A M ar d
4 o'clock P M, of sai l day, the following described leal
estate, to wit: Situate in Mecca, Trumoull County, Ohio,
known as vxt of lot No. 6. bounded, beginning at th
Sowth east corner of a lot of Land in said lot. sold to
M i lo Powers by John Bo.n. thenc south 3 chains to a
stake; thence east 4 chains 71 links, to the center of th
road running north and youth; thenc north 3 chains;
thence west 4 chains 71 links to the beginning, being
one 64 HM) acres of land, kn wn as th store huur and
lot of James 9. Abell, in Mecca. Appraised at 91,500
To b sold at th suit of W il ham Burns ts. James
AhelL et.al. H. R, HARMON, Shsnff.
aberilTs Office, Warren, Tee. 19, 155 5w.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE by order
of Court. On Saturday, January lath. 1836. he
! tween the hour, of 1 and 4 P. M.,on the premises, will
be sold w the highest bidder the follow-in. real estate.
as th. property of Weatley Got St. a minor, subject to
the dower of ta. widow, Isabella tsoist, to wit: siiatat.
in Lilierty. Trumbull County, Ohio, and known as part
of lot So. Itt. in aaid township, containing tare. acre.
of land, more or iesa. Terms made known on day of
'sale. WILLIAI M. FEE, tsuarnia.
Dee. 12. l5-4t of Weatley Gaiat.
t -J Notice i. her .by riven that the under,! cned have
been appointed Executor, on the estate of David A.
Adams, late of Weathersd-kl. deceased. All person.
having claim, against aaid estate. are requested to prw
' aeot them fur payment within one year.
CHARLES S. QCLXBTt
Weatbenfle'd. Dee. IS. lSoa;--
D M IN 1ST R ATO R' S SALE.
I V Notice la hereby given, that la pursuance of aa
onler of the Probate Court for Trumbull County. Ohio
I shs-11, on the ninth day of January, A D 156, between
the boors of 10 o'clock, A M, and 4 o'clock. P M. at th
premises, expos for sal to the highest bidder, subjects
to my dower therein, being a life estate in twenty -on
acres thereof, the following described landsand premv
ise: Situate In the township of Greene, in said county,
beginning at the north-west corner of the tract of eigL
: t, fire conveyed to said John Oonsaulis by th heirs of
Susan Sturgess, by deed executed on th 3tth day of
November, lr-3S, and recorded in Trumbnll County re
1 cords, boo 45. pages 1-6 and lMT.at a stane and stone
placed at tne said corner in tlie wirst tine uf lot forty
tire, twenty chains and suty-two links north of th
south west corner of said lot forty-five, thence east
along the north line of said hand forty-en chains and
nine links to a st tk- and pile of stones standing at th
north east corner of said eighty-five acre tract, thenc
south oa a marked line, (the east line of said cignty
' rive acre tract.) twenty chains aud eighty seven linia
to a stakeand pile of stones placed iu in north lin
of said lot number 'orty-tive, and at ths south east eor
i ner of aaid eighty-five acr tract, and forty-on chain
and fonr links east of the south west corner of said lot
forty five; thence running west along the south line ot
said lot forty-five to tlie south-east corner of fifteen
acres of land conveyed to Ann Gonaoulij, iu the south- '
wast part of stti-d lot number forty-five, by w. Bow
' en and wife, by deed executed on the firs day of Sep-
rem' er. IS49. and recorded on px H "nd li of Book
-M of said TrumbuP County Records: thence nortii ou
the e-ist line of said fifteen acre tract to tbe north--tat
corner thereof; thence west along the north line of said
slfteeu acre tract to the north west corner there-af, and
o a stake and pile of stones standing at said corner iu
-hewe-at line of said lot uumnerforty-fiTe; thence ?orth
.long the west line of said eighty fire ari tract and
:he west line of said lot forty-five, to the place of begin
' a teg. and containing within said boun.'is seventy acres
if hnd. be the same iBor or lss. Appraised at 91,400.
terms ma-le known on oat of sat.
ANNA IsONSACLIS. Adminitratrx
ecl-ft of John laronsaulis, dee'd.
LIFE and Time3 of Jame-1 Cicrdon Ben
J" A3TS rea'd taJ for sale by