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1 never Dearj iiunm i.i-.e t a I a her a soar word in ths, erld ; Mr. L.-et )uitiin -thought the young folks. treat more llum ?ary.- -s.-. l ', Cross Examination. I wijmrti- . Mf.'LflM'a when I stavtiil t.icrV; I un cousin of Mr. Lev. - LoHua Lett.- ( Little daughter of H Jf IsUL) Elsie oleaued up icae vial ami on had oaethiajt in it, anl eb poured it in, another vial ; the cleaned twen y or uiim vial; I dm't remember whether it w at . ter ffhff was sick; it ti three or fuiu week" before ahedieJ ; the ,ial were in tUi battery ; ebo emptied one viaf into another' threw away what was in eutne, and eai;-tie. ome into bottle ; the vials were waahi-c aad given to Dr. Moore; I don't rem-mhe: wh it wu the eolar of the stuff iu the vi cbo emptied. " i -- ' - "CiDS ExamituftioH.l do n t know whci this was; gne had a general cleaning up. aad J helped tier otne; h? emptied on into a square buttle; I don't knu what it was; tbs bottle were sold to Dr. M -or the rial was a long rmitid one; there war bitters in the bottle, or ii was a bitter b -tel.-: abo thought it was some of the same in tin rial that Pa bad been carrying ; he h. carried some in vial in hix vest pocket; i believe the bottle was a square niw; I d-.m"' just reo.eml.er; 1 don t know it 1 a n laa battery half the time when Ei-de wa cleaning there; I don't remember being i. tber much of the time she tu in th-re ; 1 know she was rinsing out bottles there, ? , ; Homer Jlf. Led recalled. I found a stnali vial with a whitish powder in it, after m return home, about the 12th-Stjtemrer ; I shoved it to my daughter; she manifested od surprise about it ; I laid it away in nt bed .room ; I afterw&rd came across it and pat it into tbehre; it must have been with in a week after my return; I laid it up upon the partition io my room; the wall were ceiled up almost to the flwirab ive; it was not where any Ter-ion could see it or find it, nlcss they knew where it was; it was a mall flint ptass rial, a little flittened, and haJf fail; 1 Jou't know what was io it; I had beard a fwl deal of talk abiut tha smel ling botile.aud whether the word strychnin was mentioned, I don't know; the cams I first beard wn antimony; whether I heard it from my daughter or some one else I don't know; it was spoken of with reference so Mrss Shannon; I understood it ws the a&ms as was in ber smelting bottle; I consid ered it some medicine or poison; was nt acquainted with strychnine . particularly ; the Doctor never iaiormed mi that 1 was taking poison; I never bad it intimated till afcer my daughter's death. , .. ." . Crest Examination I found the vial over a (stairway, oti some ceiling that bad been partly torn t.ff; I do not recollect that Elsie aid what h-wai; I 'do not know hat I in terceded ttiJi the Dr. Moores to influence Kolha U K to go to Mr. Shannon's, alter I wis up at my brother's: I never uied anv strychnine about the bouse; I never knew it properties. ' Direct retvitud.I bad no knowledge of the boys getting strychnine for any purpose; rhero , were io the buttery several bottles which bad once bad bitters in tbem; they stood just wi.hin the door; that was the place I usually kept bitters; at. the time Elsio jk the spoon fall of bitters, she took it at my sogestioa; but I am. not sure wbetaer he brimirht it out of tha tuuerv or I; I was of the opinion that 1 toifk it dim nivjwlf. ISut I &m nut n:i nrxittrA sl I va a. meek a;o; I know I put it into tha spoon, j and ih-tt t all I an nuw eonfi lent i.f. i Lmtusm Lt rtcaliri. I think Elsie got the bottle oat of the buttery, at the time she took the bitters before fee died. Father asked her if she sroul-t not take some. 8ae said she would, aud she went into die buttery, and fetchei it out. I was getting supper. I don't mind whether I was in in the bnuery or at the table. Pa ! turned out the bitters for Elie to take. She took the spoon into heroara hand and took it down. There was left and Pa took that. . .fvurmiiramiaat. , . . . v :r.-.fr. .vre, recf.-The "bottles wer showed to me, ready for me to take, about the trst of October. I asked them to keep them tiii I cool i take TwofirMXdTboufr-! to6oDnceiDcxpcity. i mv b ch ixKUes ae j unzmtijr mcd for strychoine. I tiuiik there wre none i . of Uuafland Bitter bottles. j Jk. TnuJac.Thm is another Jolin TrueJa.e 1b Vienna II boy- I never mde av eonLnvct vitl) I . William ttarthulomew about jrettmg stryehiiine. JUr- ! Orofoznew spoke to e aoout taking some after it was aot. i sbouid wiDk n iisuoinue nuJdle f Aniav Our folks went awaj Tisitiug aoout. the brat of August and it was two weeks or store after die were goue. William spoke X me on Sundajr oiarrjiijg, I think as we were giiv up towards the ceutre. 1 saw Koilio Leet Bare some strychaine that day. That was the first I erer knew anythiug avoat it. The bottle was not fall 1 don't know anrthiug about the sealing of the bottle. I never talked of sendiug to get some at Warren. . U. D. Meidem.i-4. was preseut in Vienna at the exam i nation before the magistrate. At that trial Albeit Wwodford mid be had a talk that evening with Oollin behind the door, and fioliin aked him if he had ever seen aim (Roiliii) bare more than cue bottle of stryciv aim." , , ? Miirt.i. notes do not differ from &qpitre Booth's statement ol Mrs. Tuttie's testimony ex eept as to the word mtrfckmi. In her testimony then she said Koliia t'said it was a rank poison strych nine " ... , . - , . Uriel HiAcki. Mrs. Tattle used the word stryeh aine in her testimony at Vienna. I am sure of it she patosae rmptmn upon the word. I have pretty Xuil . notes f the testimony there. Defence RcMMwud, 1 ' . 4mae4 timutk. I have vials of strychnine, (several shown.) The vial sold to Koliin Leet, was oral or flattened. That siso is usually about S full. - f As Hr. Smith was handing over the bottles for in- wpcciroa, uic cora-oi one ui wn leu out wim me seal : attached mud the strychnine was spilled upon the hands 1 wpectton, the cork of one of them fell out with the seal lHTsons homing it. Tim readjnees with ahich i s VrCMi,-ed vial cuaid be opened was thus singularly j dcaaoastratcd. Tne incident evidently made a great : thoagh awt legitimate testimony, doubtless went far j towards overcoming tse positive assertion ol tne young men who testified that the bottle had not been opened when they saw it.) ' sriUiuas ttrtkslmeK. I talked with John Traesr wale twice aoout taking his part of tiie strychnine. I cannot tell what &uuday it was. I don't Know whether it was Sunday when I got the bottle. I did not know of iu being handed otct to Rollin till afterward. . Crass tUmiatieB4 I think the bun 'lay I spoke to Trnesdaia was since th lenna trial. I think U Wi not wn the bunday 1 got it that I spoke to him aoout it. ( We were ging to singing school on the uight 1 spoke 5 JtTt-j kni I ui uuo mom ii i ouiy wvicu mj niin twice aonL ti osoewsce tte tral aadooee brfore. I di t know wuether Koliin was at the centre the night ahea I bad I the cooversatioa with Truesdxle. J strvchLine was before tiie trial- Tritesdale dil aotj . . w " . : v " w-- 1 did sot ititend to be understood Uut be asreed to take f tart or it iveXore it was titragut. Albert Wmedfer. 1 did not see John Traesdale the fluudaa i prareuackth bottle to liotlib Lecu I gave ii to stolita anday evening. X got it the Monday evw nirig prevtoaa. JLdJ.a was at the centre when I gave it to him I tiiink we webt to church- that day. 1 do not recollect whether gave it to htm before or after church. 1 did not nave it in courcn. foicaarch. ? t I must have given it to him be- r . a d , Disastrous Gale at Massilon. ' The Sews says: . Aa accident, atti a dtd with u-sa i,t lile aud desiiua.'ion f iitf.rviirtv AfWii rr. A i m Muo.Ill.n .an' evening I. Tliere had been a sionn of j ; lsl. lliere had been a s;or:n of ; i tio'.ruc during the aftcmcon:., I akwfive o'clock m txrinordi 1st -struck ih w brick Ibund. rvj liOUSUiii and at eh. ur.u.A s . .i. ,..i ....:.... ' S tabliuuent of C. M. Russell & Co., wiili, svc fu.ee as to th vale ibe roof, at,d tliruw down ilm uaii:;, thn-e of which frli ia. the time of tha c-ccurance theie wtTt seventee-n hamU iu ihe buildiuS zll oi j whooj i were engaged iu the procca ofiunt'' meLifijr iroii fir cabling purposes. MrJ Cliar It s bass?l wus also Dresciit. look in r I on ' Imniediutely upjn 'tie failing ro9f,.vii:c! as nisun anecusly loilowe t j Lv waiis, liiose picaeot ran auav to . aivoid pufjig hurt ; but until p iy, fr one t'fthem, a wort.maii, nanipJ .'oliu Young Llood wm rii-luLii iy the falling bricks, nd ikCarjj tur.e4 by One arni as l oi ig w.re Ivoiicn, r.n.J I;is 1 reast scrnshcti it.: b-B iiju.es wtei'so rious jl unvote M tt e'-t-sehti kWBl iwo hour !'). x, "A to iijgu wuani. hpvx llculW.a lad ,h V..i s: mpat19j ;!-. i . j fJiii itaac of ihe ft rs nei.e, :r, 1 ting' eifiiuiy t-l tiijlt.'sra, ! . ii JU avllt-r hi- U wl iiiJtiiMe.b.et i ad ttiirt jtas, dunng) ..ee.. iinm b.. ofthejJ0;,n ' irk.n ;:i mi 1 a .incr, mull .inn i i e nun. lit- resiikd in Kt-nai leav.-s a wife and four children. . The fcjss of M"Srs. Ru-tfell & Co., is about 2 5,0 W.e understand the buildinj will b '.iincdialclv rebuilt. , ' ; r ' 'd ,. -loxua axvuoM-p ::::::::: -j-OD "A -aoxaiaaoaj laua : : : :! 'aUVMOH "II The Trial. The universal interest exched by'tlie tial which we report this week, -and the general desire expressed by those who could not be present during court, have iuduced us to devote our sheet this week o tlut subject exclusively. The notes laving bt tn taken on the spot, anJ after wards carefully written out by our legal naif can be depended upon as cotrect. The Judge's charge and the sentence will appunr in cur next. - Elections in Warren. The following tickets were elected on Mind iy, by heavy nmjoriiies: TOWNSHIP. Trustee - Josiah S ule, Harmon Aus tin, Chas. Messenger. Clerk D. B. Gilmore. .... Treiturer James lloyt. Assessor Joseph Marvin." ' Constables Ji)hn R. Williams, A. N. Buturfield, J. B. M. Stobbins. CORPORATION. Mayor- E. W. Wier. Recorder II. B. Rreves. Trustees C. M. Patch, El ard Spear, Jr., Simuel Quinby, Zahnon Fitch, W. M. Williams. . .' Treasurer Josiah F. Brown. Marshal J. C. Johnson. Police J. R. Williams, W. B. Hall, Emanuel B iker, Lew-is Long, Josiah, Prentice, Isaac Long, i ! (fc5Tlie report of the Youngstown e!e tions are necessarily deferred till next week. Financial Affairs in California. fV.i;rrnia hmi-u annrmnr-pH thai il did nrt I'AU'Omia noU-e annOUncea IIIW ll am not afFeCt tht-m, and a l tTjie COHHIlitieof tnrr! ome , . , . r:. :, ,l. chaiits examiued us att.-Hn ni).:(i n tlie i7, i, ult.)itnnounced ii'to be 'eiitirely , " ' ,, . ' able to meet ul! it-i arrangements at any time." On the 2d th. firm anou.iced .hut the injury it thtjir credit compelled then i .1 j rk.. . tt tot lose Uipirdoors. i hey say " wecau- not rjise ..Jo rn oar bills the Coin IS not .. - . "r ,7 . , . . & Cf ' a, w li il I8! ' 1,ere wa V' "ne ,n Pal,ner 9"k f. -.-MM t Kr, nham. Ol Ai Surair.ento Read t G, failed and . their papt-r was s-llii) at -.it;hty per cr:t; l Mjryvillft G.-o. V. riuirn-; at Nova At Anilet Davis. A: Auhurn an anuf d trowd ccropeiLd Adaius Ai Co., to pay' all. their means were rxhausted. At S mora, the ae. cy of c Il's, Pmtc California has beep visited by a finan. cial hurricane, which has comp. 11 d some ofitsollest bauking houses to bend Io the blast. Having no incorporated banks, its citizens were' compelled to Use the nu merous private banks or brokers, offices which sprung up to meet the want of the community and the co istant temptation before individual bankers, to use private deposits for speculation, has been its !e: trttiin:itp JTetit. " " " ? & , The news of the temporary suspen sion of the St- Lou'ia house of page, B.c n & Co" created some excitement. The Ill COUIltrj; DUl ai.ege lCy are SOI- vent, and w.li have a lar;e surplus. This suspension w .tiril.w.-d to one of tne arUiers, hose connec'ion with the house vxpired on the lSih, restiriing tole. pnl prociss to itisure a winding up of i a afiaii's. T;ie Evenings Xeies of ihn sime day slaiid. its sseia at 81,75U,()0. bHn SlU MHlit cash, on hr.nd; 8-tf0,0J a h Hnee in N.w Yoik un l tn transitu ; and $-0i).(i00 debts due the firm in Cil iforuia. lis dpu were estimated at $.)00, 0,10. At a nxeting of creditors, held sulise quontly, its debts were placed at $S6, nd'i Uss than its assets. A or a position was made lo give creditorj certificitt" at two, four, nix and ciglit Donllis, drawing one per ctnt a moiuh in;eresi, (guarantied , , , r O tT forty OUSIIIS houses Ol &n fia CIS- j0 n amo'il of a mill o i dollar, and ( r l received by those llOUSCS at par lOf goods, ) which was acceded lo. Adamo & Co.s certificates were selling at rn-'TmouK discounts, (in the 23.1 Mil 1. C. Winds, residtn! parturr, ulilUhed card stating that the money drawn out on the previ ;us d.iy rxcce-Jed tlie d posits m-re th:m 8-K)U,"0t; th-y lwin d il their Ut V 10 protect dlSi.HH leposllor., ClOSfrf - . j , .wt A A r l.,i M .nn. In thrir dtxjrs, and A. A- C-Jien wtw appoin- j rl rA..icra f-tu f aiirt Tfii-ir si r iCc ! receiver GV UlC Court Itifcir i X T JSS . , , ' bU-Ii)P. COlltlTIUd HS USl U 11. We H, frnrne & C - SUspt-ntled Oil the j Ztjj - ami uenrv m inairi-e wis.D.Trin, ted re -eiTcr. Thty claim a surp us of nearly four hundred thousand duliur.s. Rotinoa & C . foilowel next day also alleuinn an abilhv to m?et demand.-, ns svuifts th.:ir assets could e convoru d into colli A. S. Wright's Min. rs' Bark, wf.ioh puifi .-;irlit n per c nt on drM'.s ts, e.osrd on t!e 23 I, fin iirg il "inipractible to b tuin c- in on any secu;i:ies wh;Ueve,., Lucas, Turner iSc Co., B. Davi lson, (a,l ,or '.''A?'' Is "!,,s ') DrtSi " . S:lt,'ef Amis Guy. U paid all (icmands. At J Jaim suwu. ucnario:i i.: al d.S lp-ard; lie ': has engajred i:i hu in pdd dust for , ; Pag Bacon &.coC .but rfceivirgdrn isiia' ; . , 1 ,!.. 7 about $3!l.0(0, and Pdo. l;aC:in ic Ct. i . c-j n ,r. r V) -i oboui 3,0ti0, Air. IL was an o.d rcsider.l tie Stale, aud has always borne a good roputauoo; Uon Ins (1.)rtui0 the S:tte' , ?'as broken and ktif $20 10; nH; hi -.cmr. 'y back iimnce, wIh1- gml himh ft wm vahinjr to '.obtain S-i.OUti yhicbhshadondeposite. Pitt. Devoid.' hP oeisaie 01 inaiana lias passe a it mtv a jn i -r , . til,pvtproprjatin2 95.000 per annum, foi . ! .ojoDi ;.at5o t p.;iosed.:-- - " j ' J by if if I ; ; ! o j j i j I j ! : j and ! U l,-ril, 1 - Knsa Ejuratioh Ta New Eng land companies arrf making prep ira1 ions for tUe immediate r moval of a Urge number of persons to Kansas; some sixty left Edston, Pa., about tle 1-4 of Mirch; about ''ne hundred and fif y 'eft Piu - burgh by b at d rec ton Saturday, among ibem Rev. Joseph Banks and f.mily, and the Cincinnati Columbian says: "Ne gotiations are now being nnde to procure a steamboat to convey a large number of em'gran's from this pi, ice tj as high a point i s can be r -ached on the Kansas river, lnis will probably be rort li 1 y The emigrants wish to start between the loth and 20th of the pre ent montli. Among them will be ne hu dred emi grants from Darke and Pn tie counties, filly, fiom Bourbon county, Kentucky, fif y Germans fn m Hamilton countv, Ohio, and a party from Dayton. C. Herald. - - ' - Removal the Capitol of Iowa. We gather from the Coun H Bluffs Bu gle that t;is matter is finally set led. The next session of the Legislature will prob assemble at the new captol Fort Des Moines. Those owning lands in that portion of the State cannot fail to be gra tified wi.h the change as i; will doubtless hasten building of railways and encour age the early improvement of the fertil lands which now are was ing their Ttrti i ity in rich and useless vegetation. . For. Des Moines, is situated very near ly in the centre of theSta eof Iowa, and is in the midst of the riciiest lands of that State. . . ' Opicm Eating. Amon-'the evil prac tice abrad in this community, opium eating deserves to be men.ioned, both on account ol its eit nt, whii h is much great- r than is generally snpposed, and i s per nicious influence. We happened to know, the other da ,oI a drug store i i a back s'reet, that had six regular oj.inm cust meri;and up n further inquiry, we found I hat n arly iill li.e sec nd cla.-s drug dealers had m ire or less of this sort of customer--, who are females, al nost with out t xception. Al Y. Journal of Com merce. Few are aware how frequently Pub lishers are compcled to insert atnoi" thfir advertisements, stntini nt'v which they can neither s;inctiim or Ix ln ve. ple.is.int exwption to this disaroeaMe iwcr-ssity aro the iidveiteinenU of Dr. J. C. Atek's Cherry Pt ctoral and Piils, wbicti will be fou hI in ourcolinnn. We ... . , - , . . IIHVrt pulHISIIt'd lor IHIII b live, ItriJ al a6 lh. feel III 2 that in SO Ioin ' V ill !, V - . . o ' .. wisu i.-i:a ourst ii u uoccive or iiiibieaa lh: pul.lic, far we have had indisputable proof that his words ar-strictly true, wish abundant renson to Lc'ieve that his medi cines will do all they promise, and all that can be reasonably expcted frcm anv me-licine. His Cherry Pectoral - is too well known in this community to need any t-omhicndiitioii from us, and bin Pills sra ore crrdibly inrort,iiiHt ar no'- inferior to his Pectoral. Providence Mirror, R. I. As a SPRING and SUMMER MEDIC IX E, Carter's Spanish Mixture stands pre-eminent above all others. Its singularly efficacious action oa the blood ; its strengthening and vivifying qualities ; Its tonic action on the liver; iu tendency to drive all humors to the surface, thereby cleansing the system according to Na ture own nresciptton ; Us harmless, and at the same time extraordinary good effects, and the number of cures testified toby many of the most resiectablec.tl sens of Richmond, Vaaod elsewhere, must be con ctasiTe evidence that there is no humbug about it. The trial of a single btUlo will satUfy the most ske tical of its henefiU. - w . See advertisement in another column It would hardly do for anv one to have the temerity now-adays to question the excellence of Dr. Iloofiand'i which prej-red . Dr.c. m. Jack- j wi-i"" ct cuipiaiui, ana oe- rangemcut of the digestive oreans. their manr virtnea i have lone since been made nlaiolv ,u,r,t r, I IK'rge from the syetem the morbid humor which retards the natural functions, and bring paleness to the cheek, and suJeriog to the brow. They banish those clogs upon the happiness, and restore the system to high health. See advertisement. . .Apr. 4,1m. SELLER'S COUGH STRCP.'-WITUOCT A RIVAL. PlTTSsroB, pth Ward,) Feb. 85, 1(50. Mr. R. E. Skllxss : On the ISth ulu I caught a very severe col l. The night following, I went to ld earlier than usual; yet, notwithstanding, I had slept none the night before, my couth was so severe that ' I could not sleep, neither eonM those in the room with me. The person sleeping with me was so much annoyed my coaching, that he got up and went to a drug store and houTht a tattle of your Cough Syrup, on dose of which, to my great astonishment, stopped my coueh as y magic. I went to work in the morning, and am now quit well. Yours, arc, - - -. ' J0I1X DBAS. 5 I do Iiereby certify that I am well acqualnteJ with ahorc circumstances, and that the statement giveu true A. JOHNSON. Prepared and sold by R. E. SELLERS Sc. Co., Pitts-lurjb.Pa- . Apr. 4.1u. ttv : of or last All are said -X-J of y r . A. the with and no X with f 1. Iliock Marriages. In Warren, at the Franklin House, on the 31st iosfv, y Jeilerson Palm, Esq., Mr. Janrxa B. Sturs.x, of Uustavus, to Miss Jcliett BjutstM, of Johnston. In Warren, by the same, on the lTth inat.. M. Bscs- hat Jmtru, to Sirs. Ehz-bcto HrRfTMAin, both of Warrvn. In Mecca, on the 2M Ind., by Noble Mason, Esq., Mr. D.no Ohl, of Jackson, Mahoning Co lo Miss Awgclikk BioasT, of Mecca- tn Mecca, March Sthtu by Rev. 9. D. Bates, Mr. Kcmsv F. WiLUaxs,of Green, and Miss Jake 6xith, Mecca. - who plow at s l-oor pood tny Deaths. In Brace viile, an tiie 6th iasu, of Canker Bath, At- tKED P. jroungrest son of Ancil and Nancy Bos worth; sged 4 years, 1 months, and 10 days.. : r At the residence of the same, on the 26th instu, of the Congestion of the Longs, Esek only son of Mabcus Uoswokth, aged 3 years, 3 months, and 9 days, Id Hartford, Feb. 14 alter a short illness, of Typhoid ferer, Mr. Willi a a Bates, aped 68. Mr. Bates was a native of Connecticut. Be was for many years a resident of flartford, and has been re 1 peeled as a citizen and loved as a friend and neighbor. Ihiruit; the greater portion of his life he has been a member ct the Freshyteriao church. His end was peaceful and triusiphant. lie was also interested in the benevolent aiiterprises of the age, estiecial1y the Anti i Slavery cause ; be was a true friend to the oppressed, kind snl sympathising towards the poor. P. sMJswawMVMMiawMawawsnBassVMa they and A t j V wiR fiee Ohio. The Markets. Warren, Feb. 14. i Tirantliy Seed, 350".4 aurora, in ars- - SO i ne Ifrathers, f lo. - no rnenc... - - icesr. - y-ats, : - - i. .... D . i TWi..f Inr.lM . 3 g 1 iv, Vtim, - - j.- wr tn-iea reaenrs, 10 00 7 H I bis ;", vV Bacon fi.iUvrs. 'Batter. - " '' - ' Piles, - - Tiiiow. - - - : Hams. p prand. - - M fajar Cnrcd Warns, t, f barrel. - - Ti ga tilt, t l.. . -. WL seen rP Warren, Feb. 14. New York. Feb. 14. r.iur. -'3T a ,. Cora, ft. Mess Pork, 9!i,K 14,00 ' T X Cleveland, Feb. 14. flwn, I'M 9 9M- Cnrn. (Wcu. Oats. -nV. But ; tcr Mi 0 locts. Cheese, c. Tallow, 11 silScu. 1 Pittsburgh. Corn, -60 BictJ. QtseJe, 10c Vlnar. li. sales. "Butter Ei km tic. nauou of all proiK-rty. sui.ject to laxilion in the coun Wllll freiJ ; and that mud Us nia, l:e .jlseUrgeU i y lahor on the road under the directions of tb uruixr su- tiii; .'EDWARD D. HOWARD,. Editor and Proprietor. ' JTeekly Circulation Ovtr 2100 Copies, ' anil constantly increasing. TERM? Oms Doh&s ab Fimr Ccirrs in advance. Two DoLLin if payment Is di-lnye.1 till artcrthe ex- yirtion of three months. It7Jio paper" Hipeonlinned itntit all arrearage are paid, except at the option of tb Publiahera. RATES OP ADVERTISISd. Tirelv lines, or less, one insertion,' - - -- two ' - . - - three " each additional insertion. Twelve lines, or less, three months, - - " six " " - twelve Twenty-fcmr lines, tfcroe months, " '- sir - - - - " twelve Thirty-six lines, three months - - - six - - " " " twelve " - - I 5 75 1 OS 8S S SO 4 no g nn s tw 9 Ul l i Wl 7 on 19 in is no Advertisins ever this amount, at the rate of flftj dol lars prr column. Address Cards, inserted fbrtheycar.at ft 00 per line. JOB PUINTINO. Having a well selected assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared to execute in the very het manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cards, Bnsiness Cards, Circulars, Catalnngues, Drafts. Blanks Receli-ts, Check Books. Bill Heads, Justices Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks, ' Handhi!!s, Pamphlets, Show Bills, Certificates, Bills. Bank Checks, Store Bills. ' Bills of Lading, Ball Tickets. Manifests, etc. Colored Printing, In fart every thing done in the shaiie of Printing, nt such prices as cannot fail to snit, and on the shortest . notice. We keep conrtantlr on hand a carefullv sclec assortment of Cards and fine Stationery, from which hose in want of Printing can select. Jnstices' and Constables' Blanks 5ARRASTEB, MORTGAGE if QCIT-CLArM DEKDS,. ummoss, bxkiotios, susroMjis, rrc i. - GonstantUr on hand and for sale. THE AMERICAN HOUSE! NEW L ARRANGEMENTS AT TUB OLD STAND! ! The pahltr are hereby ontifleJ that this wetl-known bouse is heing fitted op the proj.riftor, 1JENRY LOU, in trie which will insure to nil who may cire hire a en It, ample aerommortmtiuns and notl fare. The fttrnitare and " fittings up" generally n ill hener, aud of the bt description. No pat us will he spared in making; it pleasant awl comfortaMe. Thesittwtion of the huiHin; being fine, and convenient for persons who come to town, Mr. L. feels tint, with a determiitation not to.M outdone in bis etlorts to please, he deserre a Hlterul share of that psOrunare heretofore Tooxhsafed him hjr public. GiTetlie AMERICAN a call and joa will come aain. 'ai,priljlth, 1ca5.-tr r OST, on ihe 1st day M rch. bs- U tween the centre of Cole -rook, and the centre of Or well, a calf skin Wallet coutaininga small amount of change and notes to the amount of serentl hundred dollars, and other papers. The notes were most of them sijrned liy W. A. Wolcott. Any one who will re turn said Wallet or give infotmati"0 where it m.tv be found, sliall be amidy rewardeil. D. R. WOLCOTT. Orwell. Apr. 4. 3w. !OAD TAX OF 1855. xi Xutice is hercny given, that tile Board of Com ELissiuners of Maliomui; Couoty, have Icric-.l a road t..r I h imrfivHiiMnt of the lloatl- mil Ilielisrava. s.ui cuutv. of oue-tliinl ol a mill on each tl-jlur val- pervisor of each road district in the county, at the rate one dollar per day. J AUK SUA TKLfcaUALK, , County Auditor. Aa litr' Office. Csn6eM, Ohio, Mar. 31, 1w. IfXECUTOR'S KOTIGE. J Notice is hereby giren that the subscriber has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor on the will and testament of Dn ight 11. Stoddard, lata of Niles Trutuball county, Ohio, deceased. J. B. NOBLE. Niles. March, 30. '! '13. A DMISISTRATOR S NOTICli . Notice is hereby given, that the su'-iscriber has leen aiH.iuted Atlmiuiuator iu the estate of Sarah McCorcle, late of Bristol, Trumtull Couuty, decease!. persons having unsettled busiiicsi with said estate requested to call and settle the time. SAUl fcL FAX3LKK. Bristol, April 4, MO '13. i D M L 1ST HA TO R' S NOTICE. Xm. Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has duly appointed Administrator in the etete of David Brick ley, late of Bristol, Trumbull Couuty de ceased. All ersons having unsHtled business with estate are reuested to call and settle the same im mediately. . . . - WAilLtL tfA-NSLkK-Br stl. April 4, LM013- PXECUTOli'S NOTICE. Notice is hfre y given, tluit the subscriter has been ap pointed Extcutoron the estate of Nathaniel Lane, late B.-aceville, Trumoull County, Ohio, deceased. Al KEN LANE. Braccvillc, AprU 4, 'JO '13 "VTOTI'.'E is iiereby mvt a that the an , nual meeting of the stickhoM?rs of the Trumbull SlVKrrrr Cf u.cMuflelil, on Uie Brst Wednesday ur -wav next, oemg 2nd day of the month. THOMAS D.WEBB, President. Warren. April 4, 3w. LOST by the subscr ber, t n the r ve n.nir of March 3flh, at Warren, or on the road be tween that place and IViles, a small Wue "Port Monaie. Steel Clalp, containing $0, mostly ia Kives" "Xeni," also a $10 -roH ucice, and ftome paper of value to any one but the owner. A reward of tea dollars will be paid for the return of tlie aaine and con tents. f-E.ULTCUI.NS. Yonujrstown, April 4. 3w. . qIIE WEALTHY CITIZENS OF THE CITY OP SEW YORK, beln-f an alphabeti cal arrangement of the names of tue most prominent Capitalist, where wealth is estimated at one hnntlre-l thousand dollars and upward, with the sums append ed to each name, and genealogical and biographical notice of the principal pervonm. Thirteenth Edition many improvements and addition; price iScts Apr. 4. At al.ih i. TRIAL and Convictinn of Dr. Stephen T. Bealc, with the letters of Chief Jost'ce Lewis, and Woe.lwarJ : also letters of Frofessers t'ib son. Wiltltanks and many others. Fiiee ll.rts. Mpr. 4.- At BALDWIN"-?. HARPKR F0RAPR1L, iir.4. At BALDWIN'S. . MIE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW. We are now makinr this celebrated Flow. Those hare tried it, say il snnttiisess any other kind of in use. Several preuiioms have leen awar.ied li itate and Couuty Fairs. T. H- M0 it LEY A: Co. . Jan. 19, 1K4. FARMERS! WHEAT is worth One Pollaradd Fifiy CenU per bushel. Will you se Flow, when at Morley s Foundry they keep a article, aud warrant them. Marcii S, lcat. . THE STAR PLOW, Manufactured by T. H. MORLEY Co will do letter work than other Flow in the State of Ohio, except tlie Miehijnn Douiile Flow. mar. i, '4 STOVESrTrNVARE7&T7Ne Shop on Market Street. Those who with to 5r thinea in bis line are invited to call at shop of K. ii HOLLING8 WORTH, at Cranasr's old 3 doors below Empire Hall, Market lt,, where will find a lareo assortment of Stoves. Tinware, Japanned-ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kin Is, Chcap and tioon. Call at HoUinesworlh's before you boy. Job-work repairing done on reasonable trms and with de imtch. HOLLlNGaWOBtil FITCH. Warren, October !3. 'oX rpiIE GREATEST Side Splitter of the Age The Chronicle of Finev i He This Book em traces sketches of amnsins; scenes, incidents, and characters of tJeorria and Alabama, by the author ol Jones Covrtship, at doci): BALPWIS'g. PAINE, M. D Has returned f from bis visit to the Eastern Hospitals, and resume bis practice as Physician and .urfteon. Of and rvsideuceas form rly,on liib Street, Warren, bee. iT.'S-l. CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATED WASH BALLS, Urown Windsor and Transtoren. in cakes and bars, and Colgate's Chemical Oliv For sale at May 3l. PORTER St Co. V nioOD ALL WOOL DELAINES Xow selling fr 25 cenM per yanl, at the jan & WARREN DRY GOODS ST0BK- rpiIE CHIME The great Singing ' Hook of the seosm, a notice of which will be In another column, has iut been receive.l io larire " qnantity, at ADAMS' B-JOKST0KE, and Is selling rapidly. BOOTS SHOES, and Leather at th Oct. 4 1 NEW YORK 9TORK. IM0THY SEED. A fe vX prim seed for sale tv Bushels limiNliS A MOROAX. ARUELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT- Jl tfloan's Ointment, fust ree'd and fir nV at an 34 'ii. K. A. SMITH 4 Cm',. UT0BI00RAPHY OF BARNUM au I llreely. at jan BALDH IX'i?. ." DObrJsTXDlTlVt Views froor the C'hlmneT Corwer. elej-autl illastntteil 'oinplct-i in 1 vol. lCaio ur.ee $1UU. A fsw sjoii-s last jeeeired at AUAM9. , J ' 1 I V N DAYS LATl-iil FR. 5i 1 - R amors are afloat that a recent attack nt days aand aterriaccannonailins and constant that no lives were lost, althoarh ssnv were compelled aud sorrovini: hearts. The OttlUIN AL J AMK! friends and customers the - - LARGEST Ever exhibited to the citizen of old Trumbull: among .o:w, vaaxrii noTios-., ro s;:av. oo- KaiEs an-t ever. To Merchants, Pedlars anil rindlords. 1 will call and examine my stock and prices, to Inteome of the Teat, No. 3, Hirer Ulock, M. in Street, kinds of FOREIG.V WD Which were bouftlit at the recent decline of prices, and house west of New York. Come one and all and examine Tweeds, Jeans, Sec, dr ct , ' " LADIES' I1KES3 COOD.4 From Prints to Silk, and all ths necessary fixings, which Bleached Sheetings and shirtings. Tickings of ail YANKEE NOTIONS aauugh to supply the Western Wholesale or Retail. HOKE CKtlCKKKY than ever was made, and at Whs enough for all Northern Ohio : boots from SI. IX) to S3.UU are goins off with a perfect rush. READY MA1E CLOTIUNU A large stock of all' Tesu from iu ceuu to t-i.U). Come right along with you can find the largest stock in Ohio, and the Kememi-er tbe place, NO. 3, KlVhR BLOCK, WAU11EN, February 10, 1855 -tf , ' i . TMIE PREMIUM at the late Fair for -L the largest. eheaneRtand best electel stck of ttKOTKKlES AND YANKEE NOTIONS In the County, was awarded to Dlxlap 6t iti art, who have Just receiretl the most complete assortment ever oiTered to the )ieople of UM Trumiull. Purchased since the great decline in prices, which enables them to oiler the following programme of Eatables, Drinkadas, Wear able and Fancybles,at rates which will astonish poli ticians, Know-Nothings, die, all of whom with the rest of ''human critters," are invited to attend the ahow free-gratis for-nothing, children half price, and inspect the stock, consisting in part of ... . 100 Boxes Raisins.. " 50 Rags Rio Coffee. M Rosin Soaps. W Packets Java do. 50 assorted kinds. 60 C bests Tea, all prices. tM dos. Lyou Katharion. !M Bics Pepper. 30 Bxs Long Nose Piies. 100 Mats Cassia. 30 dirs Aspire. 50 dos. Scotch Ale.- 10 dos. Jars Pickles. .V) " Low ion Porter. 50 Bxs Soda Biscuit. Mi M Cigars, alt grades. 50 bids. Butter Crackers. Sl bbls. C C Suzar. 10 Water do. tO . Powdered do. 10 turar do. 10 M Crashed do. 10 hhds. N.O. Sugar. 500 gro. Slatches. 50 bbls. Molasses. 50 Batu 5s cc 8s Tobacco. 10 - 8 H Syrup. 50 Fancy Brands, do. 50 dot. tiermao M eersc haQms. Chocolate ; Cocoa ; Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that Fountain Starch, the nicest thing out ; Corn Starch, Tapiocca. Farina, fee, for Puddings : 50 Boxen Stearin Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; SO gross Pint and ,' Pint Flasks ; 3 gross Wicker Flasks; Almonds ; Bratil Nuts, Filberts; Peccans ; English Waljuts ; Pea Nuts : Citron ; Znto Currants ; Prunes . Seedless Raisins; Cut-and-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tolcco; Brandies ; Wines ; Rum ; Gin and Whisky, ly the bar- reL. A complete assortment of Yaulcee Notions, Su-j tionery. Blank Books, Jlemorandums, dec, all of which is olfere! to the Jobbing Trade at s small advauce from New York prices. We have not the time or space to enumerate our stock In full, t ut test our plea on the hope that YOU will skk, h t. and finally. In the second place, seventeen :hly, we beg leave to sab scribe ourselves . Truly Yourn," DCNLAP tfc STEWART, 4f 5 Market StrttU Warren, Nov. 1, 134. YEW LYME WATER CURE. X The aiove establishment still continues in snc cessful operation, and is alout to commence upon it's fourth season. The largely increased number of a tienta treated at tlie estaMishment the past year, and the larve numiter of cures eilected inluce the subscri ber to telieve tliat no ptvee alTonis superior advantages fr treatment. The above ectaMishment is located in New Lyme. Asbtalrula County, Ohio. Terms from six to eight dollars per week, according to rooms taken and attention given, pay aide weekly Invariably. For examination, and advice for those that do not stay at the cure SI ! for examination and wnten prescription for home treatment )--!. P. KEE M. D. Propietr. New Lyme. Jan 17th, 55 3m CARPETING. Royal "Wilton, Bru sels, Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hempanil Venetian, at the apriii NKMT VORK RTORK. FRENCH MF.RIN0ES, the largest ami most complete of colors in town. Also Co hurt's, all wool Gala Plaiils and DeLains. Mnslin d f Beryes and otlter Dress Goods hv the piece or vsrd. a the SEW Y0BK STOKE. Oct. 4. ' PINR SHINGLES oq hand (most of the time.) PACKARD 4 BAJtNLM. Oct. M. VM. TDDINGS & MORGAN re now re- 1 ceirlni their FALL 8 TOOK OF OOODft, embracing a very large assortment in all the department of their trade. The goods have been bought at the lowest prices of the depressed market with the special refer ence to the wntmneN'-Y of times, and will he sold ac cordingly. For Ooods at low prices inqnire at the oct '-'. EMPIRB STORE. piNE SASH. L 500 Lighu Tx 9 Extra Quality, at - - - 3 e 5000 xl0 " ... 3ve 1000 " 9x12 - . - - 4c 1000 " 10x14 ' " " "... 5j,c Othtr sixes in proportion. Orders for Blinds and Doors punctually .ltn !! to. All work warranted eunal to the liest. PACKARD fc BARNL'M, Ag'ls. wen. unio. uec. . A CHOICE SELECTION of Ion and aqnare Brocha and Bay State Shavla, sold cheap, at the jan 3 WARREN DRY GO0D3 STORE. "H1 ELP CASH-US ! ! Slow customers, and all others owing nt money past due, are respectfully informed that they must pty os. We sell our goods at cash prices, and expect cash for them sometime. A word to the wue is sufficient. oct 18) PACKARD at BARNTM. NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! ! The subicriVrs are nw receiving a l.irre and Jesimble Stock of PALL AND W1XTKP. G001M, to which thy invite the attention of the paMic je lenllr. Their Guixl will be orere;l at price that will defy alt competition for reedy-pay, or in exchance for I'rotlnci. approved credit on phort time will be ctven. n arrvn, Uou lt l&H. c. & M aiuku. V SHOUT UlALiUliLI iS VX 1'LOWS.t 1.1 Fars.er.-XeiKhbor, what Plow do you use t S.rf wni"-Wen. I ha JL Lon"'s L 4 and javeral other kinds, bat Morley's Star Plow beau them 11 ' IJwsir.-I must go to Warren and a St tr Plow (Uoes to Warrea 'and return, in cours. of U r.F.r.rr.-aUo. Neighbor, what hav. Uf Fm.er.-0ue of Morley s DouMe Plows. He sa: 5 it heats the Star Plow, and no mistake. o.v r.., r..' u,J;i.it km r i, .in. I nil buy one. Ezit . Farmtr. mm 4 r He P .Bs.) The DoaMe Flow urores to be the bei : in fact ii dovs -.t in fi-( dilik. better work than any single Flow con do. This we euat tee, or no sale. T. II. MORLKY Co. April 5, 15f4. FARMERS ATTENTION .Those of you who wish to sow any Spelter Whe it, can be supplied with this valuable aod new sptctta of srain by callins; soon at tu. slonro Uouse. Wiuter Barley for seed only, eau also h had. Warren, bept iu, ie54. AUGUSTUS GHAETEK. rACES and Embroideries, Honiton ' . .... ..... a Collars, ?lc to which the attention of the Ladies. is iuvitcd. at the (apri6) SEW-VORK STORE. PIECES Fast Color Prints, foi tJKJVJ sale cheaper than the cheapest, at the apritt . NEW-YORK STORE. NEW YORK STORE, PARES & WKN'TZ. are now reeetvfnr their 1 1 sua! full stock of Fil l and Wiwtm Ooodi. boarlit : since the late DKCLINE IS PRICES, to which they ' luvite the attention of their friends, former patrons and the public, simply remarkiug that they are sivrn roan i-nDKBsoLS. - - set. j OItTk ROVKTS-8 cm Silk' bonl! IO nets, which are worthy th attention of the la li.s. Oct. 4. NEW YORK STORE. TES r NORWEGIAN NAIL ROD XJ ' That bir lot has this dav arrived. PACKARD at BABNUM. Oct. 4 - - 1 CARD. We do not mean tO offtnd -- . . , . . . ... l a any body, but we must have our Notes and Ac any body, but we must have our Notes and Ac counts settled, or we will he obliged to leave them at the Squires' Otbce for collection. Warren. Nov. I, 'i4. JAS. MrCONNELL. , ri?PT PIVAH I1RY PIXE tLfiAK, JJllI.lliMi t JVVVLCMBER, 1 !, IK sndS inches thick. fuitaole ror san, nil nets and lioors, for sale iy Oct 5, lri4. FACKARUdt HKTM. jj'Ul!.ALll WfcKlAUbS, 1 AI4AMA1- iri?Vill (L,IJIVAL,U U t I) I k. -I' 1 TAS, Coborws. Mohair, LaHres, Ahaecas and Ctshmercs, sellinat re lnetrd orices, M the jau3 WAKKKN DRY GOODS BTORB. Oll.rCS! SILKS! A lar nunntilw J QUHntltV ' tv 1 -ami m .n,nnii In. Klln f.tttwwl Rl-aeL: !(.( f kV... :.i..i.i.i.i., k.:,i I hcrives and Ctiasffeale. Alto, a variety of Bonnet SilkVand litins.cLeai-er than ev-r. at rl.e I jan 3 WARHEN DRY GOODS STORE j BLACK and Colored Cloakin i Clotlis l a unerlor quality of yard wlJe BlacV. Silk Teit, for Cloaks, Mantillas, 4te.. at the jan J WAKRKN DRT GOODS STORK. l-. NOW-NOTIIING PAPERS. r'lar of oar Cnion. The American Cruader. tiolden Hall. Warerly Mjaiine. : BALDWIN'S Booki..re Oicason tMctoriul. Scieut.nc Auiertcu. Tti 6e ta.wt at 0,-t Ii. H5-3in. SORTER & Co.'S NEW DRUG : STORE. The l-rotirletors of this Citahlishaieut . tikeiileaure in aunouncinc to the iuMic.thalniw :ih staniinr the late fire which destroyed a tarf e portiuu t our Uoods. we are again opra and in full oporati.n.ai ho. 3, Market 8t Warren, 0., where w are daily rw c:iviug Freh Ilrurs direct front New i ork and Puiia delj-hta, which we are odcring for Caau at nr:cca thai canuit fail -ivinz satisfaction. . Slay l't, Irit. : 4VT A IS A T B LD WIN'S MRS. I V. STEVENS Cota-rlfL? tmide tj Crotchet and Pan cjr nuiuiUsjtMiiVK iur iiuuua uuu. (dec -M i W-Uit. ALMANACi for 1855, at; (Ken 7J BAL0W1 I j ' : Pi L ! Sur ende'r of t: i All is f madenpou that sell fortified ioet, which continued for sever al discharge of small arms. 1 take pleasure, however, in record ing to retire from the scene of action with wonnded feel ilnts is again in command, and takes ploasnra in Serine to his - . - . BTOCK OP GOODS, which maybe found an extensive assortment" of nav iwioas of all kinds all of which will he sold cheaper than say, I will supply yon at Eastern prices. You need only. convinced that tit place to boy your roods is at the Old Em porium Warren, Ohio, where you can find a large stock of all ... . . DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS , , .- will positively be sold 3 per cent, less than by any other niy stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, Sattinetts, IJf EVERT VARIETT, th Uw requires' all kinds of Domestic, Drown sad qualities and prices. ' f Hemisphere, and at prices that cannot fail to pleasa, at than my former extreme low prices. Boots and Shoes and all other coods in Dmnortlon. Call soon, as - -- - kinds, qnalit.es ami price. Pants from t.OOto SM; your ea-h and prdoce to the flreal Bmportum or the West, loeet nrices. - - 01110! ' JAMES II. KIBISEB. . ' - j f : j ) f t : A M ERIC AN ARTISTS' UNION. a The American Artists' Tnlon would respect fuHy announce to tlie citizens of the Tuited States and the Canada, that ftr the purpose of mltlvating a tnrte for the fine arts tlirouirNut the country, and with a view of ena' ting every family to become possessed of a gallery tif rrogravinps, RY TUB FIR8T ARTISTS OP THE AGE, They have determined, in order to create an extensive sate for their Engravings, ami thus not only to giro employment to a large number of artists and others, but inspire among Hir countrymen a taste for works of art. to present to tne parch sera of their engravings, when 250,000 of which are sold, 20.0C0 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST OF $150,000 Each purchuter of a One Dollar Engraving, therefore leceives not only an engraving richly worth the money bnt also a ticket which entitles hiss to one of the tiitta when they are distributed. . For Fivr Dollars, a highly finished Engraving, beautifully PAINTED in OIL. and FIE GIFT TICK ETS, will Le sent; or Five Dollars worth of splendcd Engravings can be selected from tbo Catalogue, and sent by return mail or express. A copy of the Cataloguo, together with a specimen of one of the Engravings, can be seen at the office of this paper. For each Dollar sent, an Ed craving actually worth that sum, and a Gift Ticket, will immediately be for warded. . . t . i . j AOENT8 : I The Committee believing that the success of this Great National Undertaking will be materially pronto ted by the energy and enterprise of intelligent and persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such on the mot lileral terms. Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending (post paid.) $1, will receive y return of mail, a Oae Dollar Engraving, a "liift Ticket." a Prospectus, a Catalogue and all other necessary in format ion. On the final completion of the sale, the Gifts will be placed in the hands of a Cowhittck of the PracnaMBS) to be distributed, due notice of which will be given throughout the United States and the Canada. LIST OF GIFTS. 1(41 Marble Baals of Washington, at - - lim " Clay, list " " We) ,ter, list " Calhoun. 50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid) ri It frames, size 3x4 ft. each, I tion 100 1110 100 100 50 t10.M1l lo.oial IO.!) 10,000 . 5,0M ' 5,000 S.oon 40,000 inOeleKantOil Paintings, 3x3 ft. each. 500 steel plate Knravings, tri!liantlr) colored in oil, rich gilt frame 3tx30 inches e.ch. I lO.utal elegant steel plate Engravings,! colored in oil. of the Washington? Monument. 2t-'x-!6 inches each. ' I 10 237.ISXI steel plate Kngravins, froml 100 ditterent plates, now in posses sion of and owned liv the Artists 41,000 12,000 2,00t 50,00(1 I'nion, of the market value of from 1 . 50eeutsto SI each. 1 first-class Duelling, in 31st st !. T. City, It! Building Lot in luOand 101st SU..I . nn . V . C ity, each Six 100 ft. deep, ' I'M Villa Sites, containing each 1",IK1') sf, ft. in the suourts of N. V. City, I aud commanding a maj-nillceut 00 view of th Hudson Kiver and J Long Island i-ound. at J 20 perpetual loans of cash, without! interest or security, of 30 each, ( 5.000 5.000 5,000 5.KMI SO JIlO " IIS avi 50 20 3fflfl 5 lo.ooo Reference in reirird to tlif Real Estate, F. J. Timn:her At Co., Real EsfcUe Broker. New York. Orders, (poet paidj with money enclosed, to e addresed, J. W. HOLBROOKK, leet 55 Broadway, h. T. TrThe EnjrravtiiRS in tlie Catalopne are now ready for'delivery. nov 15, 54-omJ YOUNG LADIES SEMINARY OF HI DSOX TUB WALL SESSION of this In stitution will open on Monday, Uw HUtdajof Septem ber next. - TCITIOS CHARGED: Elementary branches, ineludtuff L'. S. History. Watts op th Jsind, etc, per qaarter of 11 weeks, - - - - - Aewlemtc coarse. - Music Fiauo or Melodeon, 4 lessons -Tse of lastrazaect, Irawinpt or Famttng in Water Colors, per qr.. Oil Painting, per ox., - - -French. ... 4 00 , 5 00 a oo a 00 3 00 6 00 3 00 In order to meet the expressed wants of the commu t ity for tarirer acosamodatious and to adapt the course of instruction more perfectly to tbo age aud attainments of the lNipits, a 1-K1MARY DEPARTMENT has been constituted, for which a eonrenlent room aast been ecu red adjacent to those now occupied, and is In surcefiful operation. The tuition charges in this de partment if ill be Three DoHar. Parents or cuardians and other friends of edocation are respectfully invited to visit the Institution at any hour during the daily sessions which may' suit ththr convenience. iTTPiipila are specially requested as they would make satisfactory prjrei in thsir studies, to be pres ent on the first day of the term Hudson, April 4, If 51. Ilavinf; ha.1 some opportunity to boeotuc acqnainted with the present Principal and assistant in the Yonng I julit. .Hminarv of Hudson. and their successful labors in commeiicinir and couducUnj it Uras far. we tax P'" in eonB.lemly recomi.ndinK the Institution th. l-tronaKe of the "nmnn.jy one m wh.eh uay Va! ae&l ' , thorou?h' e'ated and re- gned education for young ladies iu a superior derree, "' -'""""J?'? . ' i'.? ""'li. .ptce.'" wVarepy to ITcnat'Su 5. ""'."'l Vmi"'1' 'trT'Coi' " ' H"M""ilOVS l'0f- ..il-w 1 l.v i il. i w. - .i. 1 1 ... - J;-3'. ,Zy. vvdi-n lloN.V.R.Jll"IHIRi:r K E V.T. R. f A I RC II 1 LK, RET. HAEVaitOK. ' ' A. A. BKiiWSi'HR. Hudson. April i. lt54 y f 00K OUT FOR THEftVj." IJ OHIO CI.OTIIIXO STORE, A-. V Afi. S'rret. Wrnrm. Osi. The subscribers would Inform the customers and the puMic in general, that we have now on hands, and are constantly manufacturing a full and complete stock of Fall and Winter Cluthius; for Men and Boy's wear, .Itifh owtn? to the recent decline in nrices wilt are bound to b sold a . crorr tia ia c-- ... ,a- : I . 1 f J til. It Ji.l I. t. Iff, newtiiuinu. u.vi'biwviji' We hare on hand a lArwe stock of GverContt. Dies and Bosiness Costs of sll kinds ; Pants and Vests of every quality, style and color new in nso ; Rui'er Over Coats. l'ndr-shirts. Drawers, Fiue White Shirts. Collars, Cravats, and in fact everything kept in an Klablihment of the kind. merm, Vrstiugs, sten to sell or make up to order ou Uie shortest notice. TTpWarrantcd to fit or no sale. Gentlemen, one and all. yon are respectfully invited to call and examine our Goods and prices before pur ;basing elsewhere. Ton will save money hy t. doing. J- FITK St SON. ; . KoT- ' RE AT 0PEXIN(. OF FALL AND INTER READY-WADE CLOTHING, 1IAT3,: CAPS, ate It hss leen rlrariy deuiou'trat-.l to a -reuerous and discerning puMic that Jobs L. Wckvs it. Co., 14 Market St., is tlie Irsitimate place to purclias Fall and Winter ('lothing. Hats, Caps, aud in short. all kinds of Gentlemen's wearing apparel at prices thai throw all bal.Mins competitors in theshade. Havins; said this w .now be leave to announce to . . . . . u- . , 1 . wear just reeeivins; rar WINTER MOCK, aod are prepared to supply ail who wish articles in our liueon the LtlviE-T POSSIBLE CAt-U TERMS 'h " "" bv rreat variety of u.i. M..i.ri.l,i-,.of allonaliliea and stvles. and it is a common talk anoot Town that cr stock oh Cloths. Cassimeres, and Goods trenerally, for our cusf torn trail far outshines anythin-r in the market, whte-. ,.,,Tthin dou. in this section of oountrv. Also, HATS and CAPS in preal varletiea. jh wir would particularly call attention to our line Silk Hats and Silk Plush C-s, which in neatness and style, are anrnunled. II- fo call, examine ann junge lor sonrs-lves. J0US L. WEEKS St Co j ourselves. ft'arrea. Xov. 1. 154. 14. Mmrtet hiree! MdUTCal-yf , . . - -,. t .1 t 1 iv QPAMhH MObb by the bnU OT lb. O Alcove Rutrs. Silver Tem tts. Pull Tlat Crescent- Ilimess Trimmings, CTdi at june 4 '" '- " be.t quality bpurs, and Seaming, PATCH sfc ALT.T.iN'ft HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes. ts and Trace Chains. Bn-cMni; Loons. Bras, and Silvrr Gas? 4-ins and Chaiua, Carriage Knobs J .nann-d. Silver Brass and lat-nt. at ynl PATCH at t'JOS 8. F1 RESCO HALL 1 RESTAURANT; WILLIAM CREKN. ACPST. ' - The Patrons of ttii por-nlar and laahi,nahli Saloon, li,vo nil r.-ituiiatc,l the crta'.l s vtem, and are paying '"V their refreinmont.. Thry say. '-Green has " "u' " .k..-.Iin."t.,el. rl-nru,. . u-rs anJ other refreshments, drawirjt off accoonls, and shinninf it aiiout town for money H:at fcaa l-e-ni ticketed for a V!ay or so," and run one or two and tlirr. years, and . dot uettini aiiythtnr dor.'t ray, aud itu-y won't l kiu d so any noi-e." Oenllemeui your arranen-cul suits me. Stick to the text; pay as you po, and all my tin- -includiai; that portion of il a hich has heretofore been spent in fruitless eD"s i collect DJiiry suau -e- voted to your comfort. :y house s'lall i set in rdet ow. ror ,i,e l.ruer acc"i.a-odauot.,,ol my cash cus tomerA. tfeelsior. h-ll no l"J motto. Warren. March ST, Wt. - tlttr., ARt. 1)UTH HALL. t;i aupjV.5 a- ri. n t BALDWINS v : , ! -wher . . RATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman, JL v PT.ortetor, wst sni Pnbti Seanuw, Vfaxren, O. EAGa.E IIOUSE,by George T. Hull', Market street, Warren, O. Fifth door east of ths Bank. ' mart DOCT. J. DAVIS,- Edicrrc Phys iciax ad SrgOTO Otfict In liichols Hat Store, Wain street. Warren, Ohio. , Eclectic Physiciaus will fnd a fall ttyk of Eelectie Medicine for sale by D?ct. Davis at threat) or place, nov J-y , ..... 7M. M. EAMES, M.D., PLysician. v Surreon and Denti&t- Windham. Portam Co. O. oct Mil TAMES JACKSON, Phpician and f 9 Surtceon. office on ?nth side of slarket street, fns stairs.) four doors Fast of the Bank, Warren.O. apr in D R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician and Surgeon, Bleomseld, TnsmnnU C0, O. EW. T0WNSEND, M. D., Homeo- pathie Phririan, Office in mlitrs Brick Block, oear the American Hotel, Warren, O. 7 aprly TOIIN B. & JULIAN HARMON. f' Physicians and Surgeons, office Sortn side of th Public aiuare. Warren. O. wet 20 y 4). ranaiLL. a. d. - - T. w. ntuu, M. . Jfc T. W. FARRELL, Physicians and Sartreons. Office and residence oa Liberty 3t., south f the Episcopal Church, Warren, 0. . .- mar lOy YTTPAISE, M.Dhysician and f f Sar;reon. Particnhir attention riren to the treatment of Cancer. Scrofula and Ludj Diseases. Of fice and residence on 11 igh siren. max 5 IL. & A.O. FULLER, Attorneys aU Law, Office over 8miths dt atcCoraes 9tork Car ner Bloclt, Warren. 0. Jan. 1st H54. Iy , LBERT PERRY, Attorney aTLaw J. A. B-ecial attention (iven t collection, and the prosecution of Pension and Bounty Land claims. Warren O. jan 10 'H-ly-SX n PHILO E.REED, Attorney at Law. Warren, Ohio. Office over Hew York Store. amy 10, "M " JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law. and Solicitor in Chancery, Warram, Ti i linB Caw O. ' DD. BELDEN, Attorney and donn . sellor at Law. aver Smith Jt McComh's Sure, ; corner Main and Market Streeta, Warren, O. nov lny ' TOIIN M. STULL. Attorney at Law, and General Collector of Hrme and rreiifn daims. ymce orer amitns sc Jiccomos store, warren, u. . r. sorr n. w. lATUn. TTOFFMAN fe RATLIFF, Attorneys A- A. at Law. Office on Howrty St-, Warren. 0, oppo site the Court Hons. oct iTts" . b. i.oor-rr. j. wolsow cox. u T EGGETT & COX, Attorneys and W.J Counsellors at Law. Office over Moser'i Store, Market street. Warren, O. j, 16-Kf jrn. nr i nisa. n. r. crnTtna. HUTCHINS A CURTISS, Attorneys at Law. Office on North Main street, near thw' residence of John Hotchins. Warren, 0. ang tf tr.-row mt-rr.m. .so. si. nrm r CUTLIFF & TUTTLE, Attoweys af lO Law. and Solicitor. In Chancery, Warren. Tram hull countr. 0., still continue their auslnesaat their old nlBre, on High street, two doors west of the American Howe. .-. . -.-...j. i.i , t.aarsjf BP. JAMESON 4 Co.. Dealers in, Stoves. Copper and Sheet fewa Ware. Tin. Cheese Tat. Ax, No. 10 Main SL. Warren. O. warW. E SPEAR tfc SON. Manutacturers of- J. Sish. Doors and Window Rlinda. raetnrv on tlarket Street. East .f she Bank, Warres, O." Jan t6j FELLOWS fe MORLEY, Mannfactn--rers of Plows, Cultivators, e. Shop east of Tay-, lev' Warehouse, on th Canal, Warren, 0.' ! Sep Jdtt JOHN J. GUNNING, Carriage and' f J Watron Shop, am Pi ne street, ssidwa between Ssntbf and Market ts.. Warren, O. mar 3 i L. MORLEY. (successo? oif Jl G.' JL V BtKs.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard ware, Cutlery, die. Warren, Ohio. nov aa (TEOr T. T0WNSEND, Cabinet and xTT Chair Maker. Girsnl, Tmmhull, Co, 0. - Coffin made and delivered on th shortest notice- ; Vaneral ittended without extra charge for Hearse. aug 6y" rr'"R. M0RLEY.tr CoTlJanufactu- -1- rers of stores, llol low Ware, and Castinrs rene-taliy- Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware house. Tin Shop fotrx doors west of Uie bank. Warren,' Ohio. .. . sep 30 il H0LLINGSW0RTH A FITCH, Dealers in Stores. Tin Ware, Japanned Ware, Rrittanis, Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kttlea,and Hol low Wares of all kind-, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors IvClow Empire Hall, Market street. Warren, 0. mar 9 RA. A. BALDWIN. Wlioleaala and Retail Bookseller. 33 Main Street, a few ' loors ss-uth of th Post Office, Warren. O. - nov II ' T ULIUS VAUTROT, Mannfactnrei fj and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Su rer Ware, and Fancy GikkIj, Slarket street. Empire Ulock, Warren, O. Watches careiul iy repaired aad varnuitd. June 7 P ATCH & ALUSON75ealers in Sad" L dlery lUrdware. Carriage Trimmings, and Mans- facrnrers of Saddles, Bridles. Harness, T ranks, YaUses. c.t Main street. Warren, O. fDDINGS ct MORGAN, Dealers ia' a Staple and Fancy Dry floods. Groceries. Crockery' Hard -tare. Carpeting, Sole Leather, A-C-, at the Sifn of th atir Stmrm, Warren, 0. . . ' , C& M. M0SER, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Good, Hardware, Groceries, Qeenware, Bouts. Shoes. Hats. Caps, Beady Had Clothing, Ate., Uarket Street, Warren, O. - aa( PARKSAVYENTZ." Dealers in eign and Domestto Dry Goods, Crockery. Boots Shoes and Leather, Carvetinfr. Paier Hang inrs. Win dow Shades, steady Made Clothing. Ate, always cheae. hr remly pay at the New-York Store. 7 ALTER KING & SON, Dealers" in 1 T Watches, Clocks, Jewelry. 8ilver Plated and BritUnia Warn, Lamps, fancy Goods, etc. - t, .Mala street. Warren. O. Ail kinds or Clocks and Watches eareauliy repaired and warranted. , . . aar ii PACKARD A YaRNUM, (Sacces-- i- tors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Kstail, Dealer in Foreign and American Hardware, Iron," Paints, and Carriage TruBuungs-i.-' th IaH Brick," . Warren.O. txsmmissixtii glrrrtanls. T B. TAYLER, Forwarding and- J.X Commission Here ban t, and dealer in VUmr. Salt, Fish, Plaster, c. Warren, Ohio. CE. LEFFIN G WELL,7 Forwarding and Commission Merchant, and denier ia Flow,' Salt, Fish, Plaster, Ate, Ate., Warren, 0. mar 31 tf STEVENS & Co.. Commission Mer cjants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratua, Fish. Fruit, and Produce generally. Sos. Id and lu 6mtBA Btr. t, between M.tia and re:unore, Cincinnati, O. k iat.u: Dickson, llli-gs At Co.; Wi,shirc Bris tol, Ate: John Swasey At Co.; Soasey At Wis ; Uarri s At lioopet ; Kennet At Dudley, aud Merelunu gen trilly. 'P'!' SlisnUMtBas. OSEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in t) Bishop At Child's Uelodeon. Mr. Uazeldin. keeps constantly on hand the nest Melodeona. which he ' will funiMh at manufacturer's price, at Farminctnn, rrum.-u:l counry. 0. Instructions given gratis to pur chasers. Repaixinf; au i Inning tiou with neatness and diipat-b-. , r, marw. LAWS, RHODES A BARR, General I ro luce Commisin Merchants. No. V5 West Co I anv m St-, Citeianati, O.. (Custowfers on the fcVwmi tro referred to J. M. llrown. North LloomfleM.) ajry 7. v. -jroos. " ' " ' crrsTosLsl HP.OOKS if THOMAS. Fasliiotvable Tailors, rooms jrer f ichAls Hat Store,, Main St.,, IVarren, hio. iSrtfnilsjr atteitren psiid to nstir.fv. Sid warranted Lo la if property nxs.de up. fet V y CATTLE POWDER'-BrcinijigFrofl,. BeH k Co.'s Celebrated Vesrtalle Catll Powder I antty on hand anl f,ir sale iirksrge or awmiWenaa' 1 1 tUy th, niscriiieis Bit' ar sole Agents for thi, i:tjoa, 1 - ' - - N. B. Sonear ra,lneunli-sspr-nred of . , March If, C. St M. W03KK: Xt'n. ' D O0RS, D0ORi, DOORS.-To Cn- tractors. Carueivters a.d Builders. We can ftiraisk f 'Xi witb Pauel Pv-ora of ai. ty ies, s great deal caeaier titan yM can make 'Junta hy band, (and as good if better.) Call and examine our work and vrite: jnm will he scitedj wib, boUu A liberal dteruans -to wSore iMle traders. 6 SPsiXK fid.H. January 14. . ? j ; L '; ' A LL OK DR-' jAYNE'S FAMILY , A.Y MKDIC15ES. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, aU 0-, foed'a Imlia Chulagogue, for sal by t . Hay 31. PORTER -0.