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HORACE ; rock I. ODE V.
, fickle Kancy. tell to n.
What acenteJ dandy .n't I see
Cornice o oft asp"rfcii.p thee;
While in some i-leasant ahade.
Both couched en roets.
He drives a roer'Ui trade
In love, a It suppe.!.:?
For whom dost bind in wreathes thy golden hair.
Plain in thy neatness and surpassing fair?
He, credulous fool, who now enjoys the bliss
Of snatching from thy lips the honeyed kiss.
Shall one day curse his chanceful stars and thee,
While, all a float upon a t reach rocs tea,
And all unwouted to the t last,
Lashed by th fierce and murky gales.
He views, astonished and a -hast.
The shivering of his sails;
And all his store
Of lore and hope shall sink forever more.
fnhapny tbey to whom thy form and face
Hare indicated inward truth ar.d grace.
Unknowing that both lips and eyes
Tell wicked lies,
That even ki?ses
Are osed by misses
To bring tuifhapa
On the love-struck chaps
Who in a wooing;
To their own undoing 1
But oh ! thrice happy me.
To have escaped that dangerous sea f
i My retire picture as an ottering ;
And not forget
To hang my wet
And dripping duds
T'pon the sacred wall.
To indirat to all
How much I'm rrateful to tfce gds .
And 'specially to him who rways
His powerful trident o'er the seas.
Dundee, IIU Sept-, 154. oroxmx.
In ancient times, those whi had survived shipwreck
were accustomed to hang up in the temple of some god
(Neptune most frequently.) pictures representing the
circumstances of their danger and deliverance (t a balm
nmtnm) Sim lar pictures were sometimes carried about
with them, in order to obtain charitable relief.
. "We Lave quaint old Fuller, genial,
witty and mirthful, with his light flaxen
lair, bright blue and laughing eyes, and
frauli and open visage ; with his strange
but popultr belief in 'white witches and
black witches, ludicrously draw in; our
pity on them when the devil breaks I is
bargain with them, for "w here shall the
poor witch sue the forfeited bond ? In
Heaven she cannot now dare appear; on
earth she is hanged if the contract be
proved ; in hell her adversary is judge,
and it is woeful to appeal from the devil
to the devil." In his histories, thoughts,
and sermons, his wit is everywhere
speaking out with apt and quaint illus
trations. "Heat of passion makes our
souls to crack, and the devil creeps in at
the crevices." "Such is the charity of
the Je?nits that they owe no mm any
ill-will, making present payment" "He
that bringeth himself into needless dan
gers, dieth the devil's martyr." "Love
may blindfold the eyes, but lust boreth
them out." "The Court of Rome careth
not though men steal their corn, if they
but bring it to their mill to grind." Such
re specimens of Fuller's wit that might
be multiplied indefinitely ; and yet it
was full of common sense, and generally
Lot 6hot at vice, strangely enough united
with a deep rei erence and devotion.
Once at least this prince of wits caught
a Tartar. He was traveling with a Mr.
Sparrowbawk. "How," said Fuller,
'does an owl differ from a sparrow
bawk ?" "The difference is very great,"
replied bis companion, eyeing Fuller,
who was somewhat corpulent., with a
smile ; "for it is fuller in the head, fuller
in the body, and fu'ler all over." But
peace to bis ashes. No lover of wit, no
admirer of proverbial wisdom, can fail
to find in Lis works a rich and inexhaus
tible repast. JVV Y. Evangelist.
A Light Beard. 'Can't you take off
ray laird, here?" said a grave, tall slab
aided Yankc e, to an Albany barber; feel
ing at the same time,his chin, ith a
noise like a grater. 'It is a light baird,
what d'yer ax? Three cents for a light
baird ain't it?'
Wall, go sihead then.
-. While the barber was rasping 'three
cents worth' from the chin, bis 'sitter
saw an assistant putting cologne upon a
customer's hair through a quill in the
ork of a bottle.
- 'Look o here squire,' said the Yan
kee, 'can you squirt some o' thsXpepper
tars on my head, tew ? Say, can't you
throw a little o' that in, for the three
"Sis in a Fiddle." When a violin
was first introduced into the choir of the
church, the innovation gave treat offense
to some of the worthy parishioners.
Especially was the player of the bass
Tiol exercised with sorrow and indirraa-
tion, when the frivolous and profane
fiddle first took its place in the house of
God, by the side of the tedate nd port
ly instrument. He accordingly laid the
case before the parson, who, after lis
tening soberly to his complaints, replied:
"It may be as you say, sir; I don't
know but you are right ; but if you are,
it strikes me the greater the fiddle, the
greater the sin f"
The hero of the "biz
fiddle" was untuned.
' A touko clerical gentleman relates
the following anecdote of one of his
Dutch brethren. The old fellow was
about commencing one of his spiritual
exercises, when, to his being a little near
sighted, was added the dim light of a
country church. After clearing his
throat, he gave out the hvnin, prefaciug
it with the apology :
The Ii"ht ish bad. mine ey-s ish dim,
I scarce can see to read dish hymn.
The clerk, supposing it was the first
stanza of the hymn, struck up to the (
tune of common metre.
The old fellow, taken somewhat back
by this turn of affairs, corrected the
mistake by saying :
, I didn't mean to sing dish hymn :
I only meant, mine eyes ish dint.
The clerk, still thinking it a combina
tion of the couplet, finished in the pre
The old man, at this, waxed wroth,
and exclaimed, at the top of his voice :
I dick the debit's in 70a all
Dai rash no hymn to singe at all !
She Had Him. In hi lectures on
Monday " evening, says the Portland
Transcript, Dr. Boynton related that,
wishing to explain to a little giri the man
ner in which the lobster casts its shell,
when it has outgrown it, hea"d, "What
do you do when you have ou'grown
your clothes. You throw them aside,
don't yo-J ?" "O no," replied the little
one, "tos lei out the lurls f The Doctor
confessed 6he had the advantage of him
XTATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman,
1 Froprieti r. east side Puidic Square. Warren, O.
AGLE HOUSE, by George T. Hull.
-Li Market street. Warren, O.
Filth door ra
TREMONT HOUSE, By J.
jL LIE, Nile.. Trumbull Co .Mr. ;ie hm"g
ten charge of this Hotel, respectfully h M
rename oftlie jmbhe. lJ""
in ASKILL HOUSE. Corner Main and
LT Sooth Streets. Warren, O.-The Proprietor Use.
pleasure in announcing to the public that
elegsnt Hotel has been opened a. ia of "
meut. Being commodious and roomy, and I aJ oini ing
the office of the Ohio Sta?e Company, it otters induce
me oiuce ui u. accommodation of
menls unsurpassed in arren lor u
the traveling community. ,ectfullT solicited.
dec e; r
DOCT. J. DAVIS. Ecleciic Phts
ru, axn Sraoro Office in Sichols Hat Store.
Mtn,eScnvnn.-mnd a M stoek of Eclectic
Melicines fr sale by Doct. Davis at the above place,
m. M. EAMES, M. U-, rnysician.
Surgeon and Dentist, Windham, ronage lo, u.
on es-si w
TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
f I Surgeon, office on South side of Market street, (up
stairs.) four doors Eartjthcjfank. Warren. O. aprjg
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic 1'nysician
and Surgeon. Bloomfield. Trumbull Co.. o.
T7 W. TOWXSEND, M. D., Homeo
. nthie Pliv-irinn. Office in SutlifTs Brick Block.
near the American Hotel, WarrenO. VLl?
TOHXHBT& JULIAN HARMON,
I Phrsicians and Suneons, office North side of the
Public !q,narc. War.en.O. oct2y
j. rARHELL. w. n.
T. W. rARRCLL, M. O.
T& T. W. FARRELL, Physicians ana
Surgeons. Office and residence on Liberty St.,
south of the Episcopal Church. Warren. O. mar 10y
T PAINE, M. D., Physician and
f Surreon. Particular attention riven to the
treatment of Cancer. Scrofula and Lung Diseases. Of
fice and residence on II igh street. mar 2
I)HILO E. REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office over New York Store.
EORGE F. BROWN, Attorney at
Lair. Office over Ner-Tork Store, Warren, O.
F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trnmbull Co- O.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
sellor at 1-iw. over Smith ft. SIcComb's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, O. nor l"y
TOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
I and General Collector of Home and Forcipn Claims.
Office over Smiths & McComlV Store, Warren, O. mart
n. r. Horr iW. - w. atliff.
HtiFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office on Liberty St, Warren. 0., oppo
site the Court House. Oct 27tf
X. n. i.winrrr. J. polsou col.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law. Office over Moser's Store.
Market street. Warren, O. je 16 tf
JOH1 IIT'TTI V. B. r. CTRTISS.
HUTCI1IXS& CURTISS, Attorneys
at Law. Offire on North Main street, near the
residence of Jnhn Hutchins, W arren, O. aug 1 tf
XIT.TOW UTTLirr. GEO. M. TCTTL.
QUTLIFF fe TUTTLE, Attorneys at
lO Lav. and Solicitors in Chmcery, Warren, Trnm
boll coontr. O., still continue their hnsiness at their old
office, on High street, two doorj west of the American
House. mar 4 j
JAMESON & Co.. Dealers in
Stores. Conner and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin,
Cheese Vats, fee, Xo. 10 Main Su, Warren, O. mar C9
SPEAR fc SOX, Manufacturers of
S.ih. Jonrs and Window Blinds. Factorr on
Market StTeet. East of the Bank. Warren, O. jan gCy
T'ELLOWS fc MORLEY. Manufactn-
rers of Plows, Cnltirators. A:e. Shop east of Tv-
lers Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, O. aep 30tf
TOHN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
tTason Shop, on Pine street, mids-ay between Sooth
and Market ., Warren. O. roar 3
EO. T. TOWXSEND, Cabinet and
T Chair Maker. Girard. Trnmbull, Co., 0. Collins
made and delivered on the shortest notice. Fonerals
ttended without extra charge for Hearse. aug Oj
H. MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
JL rers of Stores. Hollow Ware, and Castings eene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Taj-ler's Ware
honse. Tin Shoo four doors west of the Bank. Warren.
OLLIXGSWORTH & FITCH,
Brittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Waresof all kinds. at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors
lielow Empire Hall. Market street. Warren. O. mar 8
A. A. BALDWIN, "Wholesale
nd Retail Bookseller. 23 Main Street, a few
doors south of the Post Office, Warren, O. nov 1
JlLU'o VAUTROT, Manufacturer
and Dealer .in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street. Empire
Block, Warren, O. Watches carefully repaired and
PATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad-
JL dlery Hardware. Carriage Trimmings, and Manu
facturers of Saddles, Bridle, Harness, Trunks, Valises
etc.. Main street, Warren, O.
TDDINGS k MORGAN, Dealers in
A Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hard are. Carpeting, Sole Leather, Ate, at the Sign of
the Kmpire Store, M arren, O.
"WARREN STEAM OIL MILL.
?T G. 0. GRISWOLD, Manufacturer of Linseed Oil,
Warren, Tranquil county, O. The highest market price
paid in CASH for Flaxseed at all times. mar 16 9m
Ck M. MOSER, Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoes. Huts, Caps, iieady Made
C lo thing, tc, Market Street, Warren, 0. aug 2
I3ARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For-
-L cipn and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting. Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades. Ready Made Clothing, 4tc, always cheap
fur ready pay at the New -York Store.
YVT ALTER KING& SON, Dealers in
f T Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and
Drittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, &c No. 9, 3Iain
street. Warren. U. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully reijaired and warranted. mar 2
PACKARD & BARNUM, (Succes
tors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Foreign nnd American Hardware, Iron,
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings, at the Tall Brick,"
MB. TAYLER, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Salt. Fsh, Plaster, Warren, Ohio.
E. LEFFIN G WELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Ealt, Fish, FlaMer, tc, lie. Warren, 0. niar 31 tf
STEVENS & Co., Commission Mer
chants. Drnlers in Butter, Cheese, Salcratu, F'sh.
Fruit, and 2'roiluce generally. Noa. 14 and lb Second
tkreit, letaeen Main acd Sycamore, Cincinnati, O.
KftmMCi : Dickson, Bigpt Co.; W ilshire, Bris
tol, &c; John Swasey 4V Co.; Swasey At Wise ; llarri
on Sl HoojKrr ; Keunet & Dudley, and Merchants pen
era'ly. ar al y
MAIN, BAMCElt t Co., Comroi-sion
Merchants, lrt? Washington Street, New York.
Particular munition paid to consignments of Butter,
Cuo'tie, Ej-'s, Lard, Pork, and all kinds of Country
Produce. Lil-eral advancrs ntatie on consignment.
Con-tinners advised aeckiy of the Markets.
Ri:n.icENt Haiey oz Smith, Jewell, Harrison &
Co., and T. B. W hit, New York.
W. W. Wrizlil V Co., Binkers, Cleveland, Ohio.
;-o. S. Wriciit at Co.. Bunkers. Cinciitnali, Ohio.
G. W. lUirUai.k, Ks., Uochestcr. juo 14 3m
JOSEPH IIAZELDIXE, Dealer in
t w Bishop at Cliild's Melodeons. Mr. Hazeldine
kees constantly on hand the 'rest Melodeons, which he
will furnish at manufacturer's prices, at Farmingtou,
Tnimlmll comity, O. Instructions given gratis to pur
chasers. Repairing aud tuning done with neatness and
dispatch. mar 2
LAWS, RHODES & BARR, General
ProJuce Conxmisslon Merchants, No. iT5 West Co
lutrJius St., Cincinnati, O. (Customt-rs on the lit
are referred to J. M. Brown, North Bloomfield.) a .rCy
j. w. moors.
T ROOKS & THOMAS, Fashionable
JL J Tailors, rooms -iver Nichols Hat Store, Main St.,
Warren, Ohio. Particular attention paid to cutting,
and warranted to fit if properly made up. feh 9 y
"EV STAGE LINE. The subst-ri-
i- hers have coirmencH running a two-horse Coach
from Pain-vitleto BlooiDtield, for the accommodation
of the traveling puMic. The Coach will leave the Amer
ican House, at 1'ainesville. Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays. and returning, wi 11 leave Bloomfield. Tuesdays,
Thursdars and Saturdays. The Coach will get into
Painesville in time to meet the Express Trains for
Cleveland and Bailalo;anl returning, will reach Bloom
field in season to meet the Warren and Ashtahula Hack,
and also the Hack from Kinsman to Charrin Falls,
J. S. MARSH,
BlooraQcld, June 7, IraJ-tf W. C. FAIRBANKS.
V7RITIXG INKS, Arc Arnold's and
v f Maynard At Noyes celebrated Writing Inks.
Also, Ink Powder, Cfxmine Ink, IndeliMe Ink. for
marking linens, Writinjr Sind, Ink Bottles, etc., etc
r.rMlUT fmiiv'1 K. A. SMITH Co.
HE LADIES' COMPLETE GUIDE
1 Crotchet and Fancy Knitting. A few copies
received at ADAMS' Bookstore.
Also, several new popular work. Drop in when
you hava lime. n.T 32
OSEPH R. ALBERTSON, Dealer
in Vat nr.9, Jkwei rt. Fiv i (ioow, tc, Crntr
mf Hmprrimr Street mud Puktt A'yrc, Cleveland, O.
NGIER HOUSE, Cleveland, O! K
K. P. ANClKIt Proprietor.
j. r. Hoi.itKiHik. J. lica.
HOLBUOOK & LONG, Music Pub
lUI.er?. W hoi sale nil RUil Dealers in Music
and Musical Instruntcntff.No. HDiMipcrior Strrt. Cleve
land, Uio. goleaecuts for the clclTatt-.I SToDAKT
1'lAXO. may 17, JOH 6m
J. M. UI'MMIKUS.
M. CUMMINGS A CO.. Wholes-It
Grocers and Commission Merchants, Dealers ir
Foreign Wines an'! Lituors, Nails. Glass. Salt, Ilrug.
etc.Nos. 1H3 4; 185 Hirer SU SI &. 96 on the Iock.
MtAlNARD i BURRIDGE, Engra
l vers and Lithographers, Herald Block, Cleveland
PATENT OFFICE AliENCV, No. 4, Uerald Building
w. a. auRBiDoc. jan 1 ly jeuc BRaiK&Rn.
Corner I'ublic Square, Cleveland, Ohio.
INCORPORATED MAY NINTH, 1H5I.
THE OLD COLLEGE has removed to
new ai.d splendid Booms, surmssinp in beauty
and ci-uveuience those of any similar institutions in
E . G . FOLSOM, A. B., Principal, Professor ol
Science of Accounts.
W. G. BKOI'GIITON and W. HOL LISTER, Assistant
Professors in the Uouk Keeping Dejartmeiit.
A. J. PHELPS and JOSEPH BEATTIE, Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship.
K V. HUMISTON, Lecturer on Commercial nistorj
and Art of Com n tat ion.
JOHN B. WAKING. Lecturer on Mercantile Customs,
Banking, Exchange. Vc.
J!..n. lOUN CKOWELUTHOS. II. 1TAY and P. B
PALMER, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Her. J. A. THOME, Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TERMS. IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, $40 1H1
For eiarale in Ten manshift Flourishing,
&.c, as er agreement,
The design of the Institution is to afford as pood ad
vantages as can be had in any similar one in the L'nion,
to youug meu almut to assume the responsible duties
of the Counting Koom.and rarious mercantile parboils.
fcCIENCK Or ACCOl'NTS B.ok Keeniuc will be
explained from a uew stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the course will
embrace some of the best practical forms of modern ac
countants. This science is often taught as if it were a
Secies of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea
sons, and venerable precedents for pei.uine philosophy,
making the whole field of the science a complete "terra
incopmta. To produce goo! practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
DAILY LECTURES, d-c One or more lectures will
be piven daily, on the following subjects Accounts,
Penmanship. Mercantile Customs, Banking, Exchange,
Calculations, Correspondence. Connnercial Law, Polit
ical Economy, Commercial Ethics. Railroading, Ac
Besides the usual lectures on Law, dec, in Colleges ol
this kind, there will be others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
instruct on points al lied to the course of study, and one
expre?slv on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL.
This department will be under the superintendance of
two of the best penmen of the day. Business writing
will be taught upon the new method of Folsoms Chir
Lythmography, executing to the beat of an instrument,
and producing the oular commercial hand in much
less than the usual lime.
N. B. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata
logue, fcc. and address the Principal.
JltT'A large library will be connected with the Col
lege, containing the various works on Book Keeping,
Mercantile Law, Ac, to which the students will have
access. nov 15, M
HOLBKOOK & LONG. Music Pub
Ushers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Masic and Mnairal Instruments of erenr description.
No. UK) and KiS Superior .u. Cleveland. Ohio.
List of Pianos for sale at the great Piano-Forte Wire
The cel-hrated STODART PIANO, nn
equalled for its rich and nire tones, elas
ticity of touch and dambifitw.
.,.-ht A- ItrtxIhTm'a STT.TFR STKTYftF.Tl
PIANO, for ahieh a ts medal was awacled at the
Chrytal Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
Institute. New 1 ork.
Emerson's BOSTON PREMIUM PIAXOS, the bei
manufactured in lioton, Mass.
In addition to their splendid stock of Pianos kept
constantly on hand, H. tc L. offer to the public the best
AMERICAN MADE Gl'JTAR.andalso imported Gui
tar, of the best Sitauish and French patterns, together
with low priced German Guitars
Ruled Music Pajer of 14, 16 lines, etcM constantly
on hand and manufactured to order.
VIOLINS and YIOLINCELLOS, in every variety .
Strings for Violin, Violincello. Tenor Viol, Double Bins,
Guitar and Banjo. Violin Bows and Cases. Bow Hair,
Bridges, Pegs, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Mutes, Kos
in, etc., etc.
Reeds, Drams, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks,
Tuninr Hammers, Tuning Pipes.
JXTr Dealers and Heads of Seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with every article in the Music
line. HO LB ROOK 4- LONG.
Way 17, 185m.
"WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
t v SILVER WARE, FANCY GOODS, etc at N.
E. CRITTENDEN'S, 9 Suierior Su Cleveland. The
oldest and most extensive establishment west of New
York, established in lb6. The stock is always kep
complete. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
endless vartetr. from 8-5 to ?- A lanre stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
got up expressly for Rail Road use. Also, Clocks made
expressly for Stations. uperinten slants please call
and examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor, Sitting
Room, Bank and Office Clocks. Silver Spoons, Forks,
Caps, Goblets, &.C. Silver equal to coin, and pattern
new and handsome.
PLATED WARE OF ALL KINDS, LAMPS,
Fancy Goods in endless variety. Shears, Scissors,
Pocket Cutlery. Razors and shaving tools in general ;
Gold, Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver Specta
cles, to fit any age ; (told Pens, the best ever made :
Communion AVare. Willow Ware, Double and Single
Gnns and Pistols, and everything in the Sporting line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Instruments ; a large stock.
A large stock of Watchmaker's tools and materials.
My facilities and long experience in business enable
me to offer inducements to those in want of Goods in
my line, rarcely found. Watchmakers, Jewelers, Ped
lars and Dealers in general, will find at wholesale a
large stock to select from, and prices warranted as low
can be found in any of the Eastern markets.
JTr Remmihgton's Rifle Barrels, and Gunsmith's ma
terials, imported in large quantities. ap 6, 54-6m
SUTERIOE ST. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Hon. J. 11. Giddings, JL. C. lre. C. G. Finney,
M Ileuien Hitchcock,
" H. D. Clark,
N. S. Townshend,
W. F. Otis.
Prof. Samuel John,
P. R. Spencer,
E. F. Gay lord,
W. J. Gordon,
Jienry H ick.
H. B. BRYANT, JAMES WASHINGTON LUSK,
U. BWIGHT STRATTON.
II. B. Bryant, Professor of the Science of Accounts
II. iJwiplit tnratton. Associate Prof, in the several Ie
J. Washington Lusk.f" .frs8or, l the Pjnceriat
J Commercial Carres pondence.
Sarah L. Spencer, instructress in the Ladies Writing
W. W. Harder, Assistant Prof, in the Book-Keeping
Hons. Judee Starkweather and II. Clark. Lecturers
President Asa Mahan, Lecturer on Political Economy.
Emerson E. W hite, Lecturer on Commercial Geog
raphy. TERMS .
a full Course in DouMe Entry Book Keeping
and other Bcpartmeut, - $40 00
full Course in Ladies Department, - 30 Wl
separate Course of Instruction iu Spencerian
Penmanship, .... 5 CO
various stles in Ornamental Penmanship as
The Principals of this Institutions desicn makine it
of the l-e?t miliums in the l uited Ules for imparts
a thorough and practical knowledirvof the active
duties of the Counting-Boom, and I asiness pursuiu in
general. Book K"epinp in all its departments, as nsed
the most accomplished moflern Accountants, will be
Uiuirht in a t. orouph and stircefsfnl manner
Thisdetiartment if under the personal superir tendance
one of the test Accountants in the L nited States. No
Mercantile Colleee in the west possesses suierior, if
equal advaiitAgrs, for imparting a practical knowledge
3Ir. J. A. Redinston,an accomplished and experienced
Accountant in various branches of Commerce and Trade,
assnrUtcd in this Department, and will attend to
writing up hooks, adjusting long standing and com
plicated accounts, &.C., in a correct aim conuuental
Ccnm?rcial Geography is an Important and Inierest
branch, which has never until the present time been
connected with Mercantile Schools.
The Siencerian System of Penmanshipin all informs,
be tau-rht by its author, r. tt. t?peucer, and J. W.
Lnsk. No Institution iu America oilers superior facili
to this for imparting a fluent and systematic hand
writing. The Ladies' IVnartrocn Is entirely separate from the
gentlemen's, and is fitted up in a most magnificent man
ner and convenient style.
Business men can be supplied with the most reliable
Accountants by application to this College.
The Principals of this Institutions can renoer efficient
to the graduates in securing good situations.
XTTend for a Circular by mail. jan 19 W y
COWLms, (late Coules & Albert-
son,, 4J Wediiell House. Cleveland, respectful)
invite the attention of the citizens of Warren and the
surrcumling county, to his assortment of tine Watches,
Silverware, Jewelry, House Keeping and Fancy Ooods.
Their prices will le uniform and as low as any honest
tralesman can afford. Kvery article sold with he truth
fully described and warranted as represented. Repair
in all its branches carefully and promptly done.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
FOR THE WHOLES AI-R TRADE. Just received
parka res Earthenware of my own importation direct
the Ene;Iih Potteries, malting one of the largest
stocks in the 1 arket ; comprising, iu part. White Gran
ite, Flow i up 31uleiTy. Flowing Bine, Light Blue, Plain
Common Ware. Also an extensive assortment ol
My Ion; eritnce in the trade, enables me to offer to
Country Merchants better facilities than purchasing
ware in the eastern cities. Merchants are respect
fully invited to examine my ware and prices, which wilt
always he as low as any Jobbing House in this citv.
Bipn of the China Pitcher, No. I'M Superior Ht.
Cleveland, May 31, ltZ4 y A. &. GARDNER.
CASH, CASH ! BUTTER, BUTTER !
All cash paid for sweet yellow Batter, delivered
pails at the Ftnpir Ftore, hy
Warrea, May 94. 154. ID DINGS it UOIOAX.
yOUNU AMERICA! CLOTHING
X HOUSE, 156, Superior Street, CetWaa. O.
Sokshborx UnoTHm-. re now receiving the mo-1
51.lend.fl stMk of CLOTIIINO ever before exhibitol in
Cleveland, or in any City in the Union, which has all
been gotten up with particular care, for this City and
the surronndiiiff country traie. and whirl cnn. n.
sihly surpassed by the lest merchant tailor, and at
only oxc iulf tHi mohet that is cliared in getting
them made to order.
$5.0 only is wanted for a Cloth and Cassimere double
Over Coat ; the finest $ilk Velvet Vests ever seen or
ma-ie m any nothing store.
Pants of the latest style and best make, of one thou
sand different patterns.
FU RNISHING GOODS of every description and va-
ririy. mm me n;aie or imi-orte.l : nd. as we are
rvoundto keep !OL.N. AMKK1L A AHEAD of every
thing in the t lothmg line, the prices shall be full 50
per cent. less than elsewhere ; and as part ion l.ir atten
Hon will lie paid to all who may "drop in," the above
lacts will lie satisfactorily proven by
nov ih.MmJ riONNEBOltN BROTHERS.
"TTXI0X HALL TRIUMPHANT."
J ISAACS' CLOTHING Aqaikst m Would !
S4VB Vo a Doi.tits txo acr vota CLOTII1NO at
ISAAC A. ISAJICH Uf a, Cleveland. O.
The Pu'dic are invited t an instn-ction of the superb
stock of FALL AND W 1NTEH CLOTHING now on
exhibition at this mapnilicent establishment, which in
extent, variety, siijieriority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together ith luwness of prc, cannot be
Deal by anv other t loiiung Mouse in Ohio.
IstAta his just returned fiom the East, where he has
received such bargains in Cloths and materials for
manufacturing, that he has it now in his power and is
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "eoekeit hot !" and he will commence by selling
the best Over-Coat in the City for For Dollars ! and
I ndcr-Coats, Pants and ie?ts of all descriptions in
proKrtion. lomK mmr jorjnn : and come along every
body who wants to be clothed, he can fit all sixes, from
men as large as the Giants Hat stand at kit rfr, to
little wee fellows three yars old, and as his Mammoth
Building is filled with Clothing of all unalities, he is
sure of being able to suit everybody. Kecollect that
he does not ih to humbug the people with Eaktcrm
Slop Work for 50 per cent, less tlian any one else, as
be does not keep such trash ; but he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money than they can purchase the same kind' of Goods
for in anv other hou" in the I m ted SLitea.
GENTLEMEN'S FI UNISHING GOODS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A IOktiI discount made to
Wholesale customers who buy for Cash.
TTp Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Umie Hall, corner f Superior and Union Streets,
JpLoOK OCT FOR THE GIANTS. JJT
TIXG & COMPANY,
J- V PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS fc STATIONERS
59 Smmeriar Street. Cleveland. Cr.
Have recently made large additions to their Stock of
Standard School and Miscellaneous Books, Blank
Work and Stationery, and are prciiareU to oiler induce
ments to Dealers unsurpassed by any establishment in
By social arrangements with nearly all the leading
Publishers of New York and Boston, we shall hereafter
receive their Latest and most Popular Works iml
tanemms ttith publication, and can supply in quantities
at lowest wholesale prices.
Among other new and valuable Works, we are West
ern Atr'fit for the folio inr. vix :
PATE LEAVES OR HISTORIC CARPS Designed
and confidently expected to furnish millions of our
bind an instructive and entertaining substitute for the
Gaming Cards' now oiwd lo so startling an extent.
IDA NO KM AN, on, TRIALS AND THEIR USES
by Mrs. LiX'OLif Phtlps, the well-known author of
Lincon"s Botany. We can earnestly commend this
work as oue of the most interesting and instructive of
IDA y AY l'v Airs. St owe supposed to be.
THE NEWSItOY 1-r Mrs. Ouu Sxitus apposed.
1DI.KWIUD bv N. F. W ilms.
TWENTY YEARS OF AN AFRICAN SLAYER
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORKS OF CENTRAL
AFRICA AND LANDS OP THE SARACEN.
THE REPUBLICAN COURT The most magnificent
National Illustrated Work ever published in America.
Bamnm's Latest "WORK !
Washington Irving's New Book.
Also RUTH HALL A Romance, by the world-renowned
LIFE OF HORACE GREELY by a MNew York
We expect a large sale for those last mentioned
from the Pros of Slason Brothers. dec 13-if
NOTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
GOODS. J. R. Albert-sox. formerly of the firm
Coh i.es At Alrertso. has just opened a new Store in
the New Blnek an the Corner of Superior Street and
ih Pmblie Square. Ctrrelandt Ohio, where may be
found an entire New Stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
ENGLISH. FRENCH, ard YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER WAKE of all kinds. Warranted Part Coin,
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWELRY. "
All kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERIES.
In short, everything that is 'New and Desirable la
this line, may be found cheaper than can be nought
XTr STRANGERS should not fail to visit os before
Cleveland, Dec. 13, lt54j
STRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
entitle men are daily bringing to lirht new Inven
tions, nd the march of progress is onward ; persons
Bald, or becoming so. will be pleased to learn, that sci
enceand Ions research combined, have broucht before
the pTeatest H'onHrr of the Age. in the article of EM
ERSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sure
cure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from falling.
See circulars to be had of agents. Price 81,00 in Urge
hottles. bold by K. E. Hoyt Co.. and Geo. s.dams,
Warren : J. Manning. Younirstown ; Prentica Jt Ed-
C. E. FISHER it Co., Proprietors,
march 3 No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0-
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
Pittsburgh. Pa. Established in 140 Incorpora
ted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
Charter. board or tri stke :
Hon. James Buchanan, I Hon. Walter FT. Lowrie,
44 Wm. Wilkins, I " Charles Naylor,
44 Moses Hnmpton, . Gen. J. K. Moor head.
P. Drrr, author of the 4North American Accountant,"
Professor rf Book Keeping, aud Commercial Sciences.
John D. Williams, the best off-hand Penman in the
United Stctes. Professor of Commercial and Ornamen
N. B. IUt h. E?q of the Pittsburgh Bar, Professor
of Mercantile Law and Political Economy.
P. Haydkk, Principal of the Mathematical Depart
ment, Prnftsnr of Mathematics, Ac.
t Sir. J. D. Williams has ermanently joined the Fac
ulty, and it will Le seen that, during his late profess
ional engagements in the East, he was there re pan ted
as the best Penman in the country. This Institution
tlurefcre, presents 'attractions to students ottered by
no other of the kind in the I nited States. The course
of training comprises upwards of 400 real transactions, :
in six different methods of Double Entry Book-Keep- I
ing. 3(0 practical business calculations, covering the ,
whole field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanship, with every modern improvement in
the Art. Businesf letters aud business forms of every
description. Daily lectures on Commercial Law, Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Profits, &c. Dun's
Book-Keepirg, Harper ition "the most compre
hensive in the langnace 81 W.
Dun "Western Steamer's Accountant," a perfect
vcti'in for i!ch accounts SI CO.
"JQ3 Send for a Circular by mail. nor 22-y
T13. CANFIELD, Commission and
Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
Western Unserve Cheese, Butter, Lanl, Pork, Bacon,
Pot and Pearl Ashes. Saleratus, Linseed and Lard Oil,
Dried Fruit, and Produce generally. No. 141 and 145
Front Street, I'ltwurgh, 'a. leo
pERRY HOTEL, Corner of Hancock
. L street and Duqnesne Way, Pittsburgh. Pa.
pRoritirTORS : M. H. Markle. late ' Nat. Telegraph
OflVe, Pittsburgh ; John Mc Masters, Ji., Ant., formerly
of ijgie Hotel, Pittsburgh. TTJ-WesUTO Beserve peo
ple are invited to give us a call. mar 16 j
JOnif P. STIC a. DftVlD M CSXDLCSS.
TICKtfe M'CANDI ESS, Successors
to L. 4. J. D. Wick. Wholesale Grocers. Forward
ing ani Commission Merchants, dealers in Iron, Nails,
Glass, Cr tton Yarns and Pittsburgh Manufactures gen
era:ly. Corner of Wood and W ater streets, Pittsburgh,
!. oct 13
TMPORTAXT TO CONSUMERS OF
-L WHITE LEAD! FRAUD IX WEIGHT!
1XXSTLVANIA WHITE LEAD WOBKS,)
I'lTTsarao. June, (
The attention of consumers of White Lead is called
to the fact that a larre portion of tliat article pronnd in j
oil is now put up in ke?s purporting to contain 5 and t
jnj ins. cacn, vnereas mere is allowance mane ior me
weight of the k-?s,and the consnmer is defrauded to
that amount. The deception can easily !? detected hy
weighing the diCerent manufacturers brands offered
Duriup the past rear we have made extensive addi
tions to our 1 uihlinps, machinery and stock, for the
manufacture of laree quantities of White Leatl, U ena
ble us to supply the demand for our articles. We
guarantee all lead bearing our brand to be strict In purs
acd entirely free from any adulteration whatever, and
not excelled fur fineness and whiteness, by any made in
the United States.
Our lead, p-ound in oil. is pnt up In handsome Iron
bonnd kegs, of 25, 50, ion, ?oo, 300 and 500 pounds
each, and every ke containing the quantity of lead
which it purports accurate tare being always allowed
for the )ack.i4res.
It is a well known fact, that the various qualities of
lead branded "Extra," Xo. 1 and No. 2, are largely
adulterated with substitutes which are not calculated
to answer the same pur,1 And there are manufac
turers, claiminc respecter ility for themselves, and
public con tide nee in their article, who brand their kept
with their own names, "Pare ft'kito Lead, although
they never tnrn out a single keg without cousiderble
adulteration of Barytes.
AuS.9 'Jm B. A. FAHXEXSTOCK it Co.
"MTY INSURANCE COMPANY OF
KJ CLEVELAND. Chartered January 81, 1654.
Omce, io. 52, Anpter House, Bank Mreet
n I bettors :
John M. nugf.es, C. W. Seymour, Josiah Fogg,
Josiah Stephenson, A. W. Fairbanks, Robert Reiily,
11. L. Crowe II, 8. B. Shaw, 8. II. Fob,
Franklin Chase, H. Chamberlin, J. Finlayson,
Johm HrettES, President. 8. B. Shaw, Secretary.
C. W. StTMora, Vice Prcs'U Fkaxkliji Chase, Treas
urer. This Company insures against loss or damage by Fire.
and the perils of navigation.
Policies issueo hy J r. AS i t it. Agent.
Warren, June 7, ls54-y
JL Waier ts rendered poisonous by passing through
any material subject to decay and disssolutiou, sucn as
pipes of woodiron and lead. Prof. J. P. K inland and
otter distinguished chemists, go so far as to condemn
the practice of supplying animals with water throngb
these tuhstances. and earnestly recommend the STONX
MP and ATr.K P1PK.
The undersigned is extensively engaged at Newton
Falls. O., in manufacturing said articles, including also
Stvueware. having a factory driven by steam power,
and is prepared to fill orders at wholesale or retail on
liberal teins. The Water Pipe is admirably adated to
carrying fluid of all sorts, draining cellars, irrigating
lands. Ax. It is also for sale by the Hoyts,at Warren,
Also, for sale, a valuable WATER POWER, with soma
acres of land. Factory Buildings, Dwelling, etc., etc.
about two miles oelow Lowell, Mahoning Co., O.
May 17. 1654 tf J. CaXIXDXJL
HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
But a plain, true declaration of feet, which anv
body can ascertain by railing at Hit Old Head Quarter
for litADV MAIK CLOTHING,
By J. Goldstein, (successor to Morganstern 6t Broth
er.) tak Front, Big No. 15, Main street. Warren, O.
1 have just received, aud am now opening, my Fall
and Winter stock of Krady-Made Clothing, Cloths,
Casinieres; Vesting, etc., together with every variety
of Furni-hinjr Goods. I would simply remark that
front the t xtremrly low figures of woolen goods East,
have been induced to purchase
DOi ni.E MY t SL AL AM0CNT OF GOODS !
And those that are ac-nuaiuted with my mode of doing
business, are aril aware that I will
JTFNEYER BE CNDEKSOLD ?TTJ
I do not have my Clothing made up by any establish
ment in the east, nor did I come from there myself.
But I imort my own Goods, and by purchasing from
first hands, am enabled to furnish all atricles in mv
line at New-York prices ! I am not in the habit ol
running down any body, nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks whr: tnudc on me I take my revenge in
UNDERSELLING THEM !
Which, from my superior facilities in Laying, I am
abundantly aide to do.
As tUoting prices seems to be fashionable, I will In
troduce the following programme, to he run during the
season, or until the small dealers aout town come
down to my figures vis: Full suit f Clothes, Coat,
Pants and Vest, for $5 and upwards. A good Over Coal
By the cord, consisting of Coats for $1,50. and Pants
for "3 cents ! Hats and Caps of every style and variety,
cheater than the cheajcst. Collars. Cravats, Ties.
Scarfs, Undershirt and Drawers. Shirts, both white and
colored. In short, a complete assortment of everything
in my line, and all I ask Is an in section of my goods
and price lefore buying elsewhere. I am now the
oldost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co., and
have increased my business every year. 1 have stood
Mil the shocks that have Wen brought to bear against
me, and have lived to see manv of mv comnetitor
shut up and leave town, and fee! proud to remember
mat nv imis n one oiycci, i have succeeded in
bringing down and keeping down the price of my goods
to the lowest figure at which a good article can b
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit 1 To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
No, l.i. Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
clothing. I am Imand to sell lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSE DA RE "SELL
Come and see ! Remember the place Big No. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the Post Office,
west side of Main street. Warren, O.
Oct. Id, 4. J. GOLDSTEIN.
Yj oiuo (
OUT FOR T llEtijrf2
OHIO CLOTIIISO STORE, A. 1
Main Street. H arren, Ohio,
The sul.cribers would inform the customers and the
pab!ie in general, that we have nov ,n hands, and are
constantly manufacturine; a full and complete stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing for Men and Boy's vear.
which, owing to the recent decline in prices will and
are bound to be sold a little Ckfaper than the Cheap,
tel. We will not le I'SDEKSOLD hy any.
We hare on band a larre stock of Orer-Coatj,
Press and Business Coats of al'. kinds ; Pants and
Vests of crery finality, style and color now in nse ;
Rulilier Over Coats, Under-shirts, Drawers, Fine White
Shirts, Collars, Cravats, and in fact ererj Oiing kept in
an KstaMishment of the kind.
We also hare on hand a larire stock of Cloths, Casi
ineres, Vestinas. Ac, to sell or make up to order on
the shortest notice.
V r'Warraiited to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all. you are respectfully inrited
to cnll and examin, our Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will tare money by so doing.
J. FITE SON.
Warren, Xot. 1, 1M4.
O REAT OPENING OF FALL AND
V WINTER READY IAIK CLOTHING, HATS,
CAPS, r. It has been clearly demonstrated to a
cenerous and discerning pr-blie that Jon L. Wtna h.
Co., 14 Market St.. is the legitimate place to purchase
Fall and Winter Clothing, IUts. Caps, and in short,
all kinds of Gentlemen's wearing apparel at prices
that throw all babbling competitors in the shade.
Ila-ring said this we now beg leare to announce to
the citizens of Warren and surronnding country, that
we are just receiving onr WINTER STOCK, and are
prepared to supply all who wish articles in our line on
the LOWEST POS.-IBI.E CASH TERMS
the times will allow. We hare a great Tariety of
Ready Made Clothing of all qnalities and styles, and
it is a common talk ahont Town that our stock oh
C!o(hs"Cassimeres. and Goods generally, for our ensf
torn trade far outshines anything in the market, whic
we cut and make up at short notice, in a style superior
to anything rione in this section of country.
Also, HATS and CAPS in great varieties. And w,
would particularly call attention to our fine Sill Hats
and Slk l'lush Caps, which in neatness and style, ar,
nnenualed. JJj- go call, examine and Judge for
yourselves. JOHN L. WEEKS Co..
Warren, Sot. 1. lr'M. 14. .Verier Street.
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION.
X The American Artists' Tnion wonld respectfully
announce to the citizens of the I'nited States and the
Canaiias, that for the pnrpose of cultivating a taste for
the fine arts thronchrut the country, and with a view of
enabling every family to become possessed of a gallery
ET THE FIRST ARTISTS OF TnE AGE,
They have determined, in order to create an extensiv,
sale for their Engravings, and thus not only to give
employment to a large number of artists aud others,
but inspire among our countrymen a taste for works ol
art. to present to the purchasers of their engravings,
when 2JO.UU0 of which are sold.
50.000 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST OF tl5O,0C
Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving, therefor
receives not only an engraving richly worth the money'
but also a ticket which entitles him to one of the Gifts
when they are distributed.
For Five Dollars, m highly finished Engraving,
neauuiuiiy rau an in oil., and I11EU1IT TICK
ETS, will be sent; or Five Dollars worth of splended
Engravings can be selected from the Catalogue, and
sent by return mail or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a specimen of
one ol tne Engravings, can be seen at the office of this
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
ina ram, ana a but iicket, will immediately be lor
The Committee hcMeving that the success of this
Great stional I nrten'kiug will be materially proi
ted by the energy and enterprise of iutelligent and
persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such
on the most hueral terms.
Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending
(post paid.) $1, will receive h? retnrn of snail, a One,
Dollar Engraving, a "Gift picket, a Prospectus,
Catalogue and all other necessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the Gifts will be
placed in the hands of a Committee of the PracHABSES
to be distributed, due notice of which will be given
tnroagnout tne L nited Ktates and the Canada.
LIST OF GIFTS.
100 Marble Busts of Washington, at - - ?W0 $10,000
rnu - Clay,
liio " " Welster,
lliO " Calhoun.
50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid)
gilt frames, size 3x4 ft. each, j
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 3x3 ft. each.
500 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly)
cnum in on, ricu gin iramesf
54x30 inches each, )
10,000 elegant steel plate Engravings.
colored in oil. nf the Washington
Monument. 20x?6 inches each. )
37,000 steel plate Engravings, from
100 different plates, now in posses
sion of and owned by the Artists
TTnion. of the market value of from
50 cents to SI each.
1 first-class Dwelling, in 31st St., N. T. City,
' Building Lots in Upland lulst sts.,
X. Y'. City, each S.'ixluu ft, deep, t
100 Villa Sites, containing each 10,0001
sq. fu in the suburbs of X. T. City, I
and commanding a magnificent J
view of the Hudson lliver and I
Long Island Sound, at J
SO perpetual loans of cash, without)
interest or security, of fJ50each,J
50 ll0 "
100 " 50 "
50 M ,4 I,
3,110 " " " 5 "
Reference in regard to the Real Estate, F. J. Tissthee
oc Co-, Keal Estate Brokers, New York. Orders, (post
paid,) with mouey enclosed, to be addressed,
J. W. UOLBKOOKK. Sec'y,
505 Broadway. N. T.
Ji nne Engravings in the Catalogue are now ready
for delivery. (nor 15, 54-6m
OUXG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
HUPS0X THE FALL SESSIOX of this In
stitution will open on Monday, the 11th day of Septem
Elementary branches, including U S. ni story.
Watts on thft Mind, etc., per quarter of 11
weeks, $4 00
Academic course. - - - - 500
Music Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lessons - - 8 00
Use of Instrument, ..... S 00
Drawing or Painting in Water Colors, per qr., 3 00
Oil Painting, r. f qr 6 00
French, 3 00
In order to meet the expressed wants of the commu
nity for larger accommMlations and lo adapt the course
of instruction more perfectly to the age and attainment
0f e pupils a
RIM ART DEPART3IEXT
has been constituted, for which a convenient room has
been secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is
in successful ocrntion. The taition charges in this de
partment will )e Three Dollars.
Parents or guardians and other friends of education
are resftectfully invited to visit the Institution at any
hour during the daily sessions which may suit their
JFPnpil. are specially requested as they would
make satisfa tery progress in their studies, to ho pres
ent on the Hi ft day of the term.
Hudson. April 4, lt-54.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
with the present Principal and assistant in the Young
Ladies Seminary of Hudson, and their successful labors
iu commencing and conducting it thus far, we take
pleasure in confidently recommending the Institution
to the patronage of the community as on in which may
be secured the benefit of a thorough, elevated uoti re
fined education for young ladies in a superior degree,
and congratulate the people of Hudson and the vicinity
Uon the establishment of such a Seminary under so
happy auspices We are happy to know that it is in
tended to provide in this Institution the means and fa
cilities of an education of the highest order.
REV. G. E. PIERCE, Pres. W. J. W. SMITH,
PROF. H.X. DAY, IK. CoL WM. H. SESSIONS.
PR. G. P. ASI1MUX, REV.J.C HART,
REV.X. BARRETT, HOX.V.R. HUM PHRET,
PROF. X. P. SEYMOUR, REV.T. B. FAIRCH 1LD,
A. A. BREWSTER, REV. HARVEY COaU
Hudson. April 26, 1854-j
FRESCO HALL RESTAURANT,
WILLIAM i.REEX. AGENT.
The Patrons of this popular and fashionable Saloon,
have all rcfudiated the creda system, and are paying
nsb for their refreshments. They say, "Green baa
enough to do to keep everything in order and serve his
customers without making tickets, charging oysters and
other refreshments, drawing off accounts, and shinning
anoui town ior money cias naa been ticketed for a
"day or so, and run one or two and three years, and
not getting anything don't pay, and they won't let him
so any more. Gentlemen, your arrangement suits
'. Mick to the text; pay as you go, and all my time
nctuding that portion of it which has heretofore been
pent in fruitless efforts to collect money shall be de
voted to your comfort. My house shall be set in order
now, for the better accommodation of my cash cus
tomers. Excel si or, shall be my motto.
Warren, March 27, le54. WM. GREEX, Agt.
DENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
would respectful!? announce to the citisen of
Warren, and to the public, that he will still be found at
Rooms over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
Deration that may he required of the Dental profession
an elefrant and durante manner. He returns his
thank for past favors, and auks for a continuation of
same. All operations performed hy Dr. B. will be
warranted to be what they should he, in ererv sene of
word. - J. C. BL KBOLOlld.
March 16. ISM f.
Matrbts an) Iftotlrn.
vyATcnrcs, clocks, jewel-
V v ry, Ac The snTscri1.ers have jurt re-
Crivetl alnrgr stock of I1.mmI in their line, which, Xt
with their frmer stock, makes a very desirable assort
ment : atnone which are fioM and dtivcr W;ttchrft , Hil
rer. Silver Tlated and Brittania Spoons: Breast Fins;
Finger Kinirs ; Kar Kings; (told and Silver Pencil
Cases ; Watch Chains, Seals and Keys : Scissors ;
Phears ; Pistols ; Pen nnd Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks; Rarors : Percussion Caps and Pills: Silver
Plated, Brittania, Clas, and Common Candlesticks ;
cord eons ; Plageoletts and Tamboriues ; Hair Tins and
Combs: Waist Slides and Ruckles: Purses: Pocket
Books and Wallets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; dteel
Beads, and a great variety of Toy and Fancy (Joods.
The uMic are res,ecUully invited to call and exam
ine the goods.
All kinds of Clock and Watches repaired, and war
ranted to terfirm wll, at a reasonable exftense.
To our old custemers we tender our thanks for the
patronage tlie establishment hns reeivfd for the last
thirty-six years. WALTER KIN1 SON,
Dec. l--i-'. No. 9, Main U, Warren, 0.
TULES VAUTROT, Wholesale and
fl Retiil Dealer ill Cloth, WaTmo. Jkwilkt, Sil-
tkr-W.rk. and F"rv (Inow, Warren, Ohio.
Having in returned fnm the Eastern Man
nfiev.ivia f lanaiKtlit with ma va nr lirs
asisortmnt of estra-fine Kii"lt)h Iver Wntch-
e, in gold, hunting and plain eases. Also, a superior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for tinaing horses. Also. English Lever
Railroad Time Keepers. In Silver Hantrintr Cass; and
a larger stock of Detached Lever ami Lepine Watches
than was ever before offered In this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry, I flatter myself, is a hetter selection
than I have ever hefore made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer .iwtlity, than has here
tofore been hrought to thii place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everyhody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purcha;intr t sell
again, will find a larze aortment. and prices that will
compete wilh Eastern Cities, as I purchase my goods
directly from the manufactnrers. and will sell for as
mall p.-otits as any other establishment in the eonntry.
A few fine Douide Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
be sold very low. Now is the time for securing a good
liartrain. Call soon and see for yourselves.
Watc hes. J ewe I ry . fce., carefully repaired and war
ranted. Tr Engraving neatly dona.
qIIAT IS TOO BAD J.DAY, the f
X PtMR GCX3MITII. is not going to the West W
yet, I believe, for the large stock of (in -is. Pistols, .v
Trimmings and Groceries of all kinds, indicate- thatlpk
be is not quite ready to leave. The daily rush toVVt
the Rifle Factory satisfies me that persons of sound 11'
sense will lmy my make of Kifles, warranted to shoot &
right, before they will those cheap got up things made
hy country botches, left at the Tall Brick for sale or bar
ter. Well. Day, say my customer. I would not
hava one of those Tall Brick guns I don't want a gun
to trade on. and cheat somebody with : I want a gun for
my own use. and would rather pay you 3 or 4 dollars
more, (though you don't ask as much.) than tike one of
those botched up guns." Ha! ha ! Tall Brick, notwith
standing short or long Chronicles, I will challenge you
to bring out your things to shoot with my rifles, either
short or Ion,; distances, at any time you may set. To
my customer 1 will say I have a rood stock of every
article in the Unn line, and AmmnuVion plenty.
SPORTSMEN AND 1UNTERS!
Here Is the place for you to get a rood article. Groce
ries of all kinds ; and Guns, Gun Fixings and Groceries
will be sold as low for the ready dimes, as can heboaght
in this place. Try me, and you will see that I am not
gassing, as I wish to close out my whole stock by next
spring. Thanks to my customers for the liberal patron
age they have given me for the last ten years, and 1 still
wish you to come on, if you want ltarcatn.
List of some articles. A few first-rate Double-barrel
Phot-Guns and Revolvers, plenty of cheap litngle Shot
Gnns and some Double-barrels (theo cheap guns have
bct-n put in c-od order since I received them, and wiilhe
sold from 75 to ?.?,) Barrels. Locks, Triggers,
Moulds. Wad Cutters, Powder Flasks, assorted. Shot
Bags, Rifle Wrenches, Cap Primers Pocket Compasses,
Brass and Iron Wormers, Pocket Knives, a good stock.
Powder. Lead, Shot, Caps : also Fresh Teas, cheap sod
good, Rio and Java Coffee, N. O., Loaf, Crushed and
Coffee Suirar, dilTerent qualities. Tobacco, Spices! ITts,
Raisins. Chocalote, Soap, Candles, Starch, Giiigea,it
trg. Cloves, Liquorice. Candies, Cotton Battinr. t in
die Wickiug. Port Monaies. P cket Combs, and d liferent
articles to numerous too mention.
TTr Call at the sicn of the Gun. JOHN DAT.
Warren, Feb. 23, "le04.
THE WHOLE WORLD.
0Hm.ffln WORTH OF GIFTS, for the snhscri
bfrstothe MAMMOTH PICTORIAL or tux Whole
Wokld, published simultaneously in the three citiesof
ew irk, rhilauelpnia ami Baltimore, as soon as
3tf,000 subscriptions are obtained ; and having al
ready an actual circulation of hout SV0.I1M), it is sow
certain the distribution will omn late ptaee.
Among the extraordinary If-tr or gifts, (being one
for every ticket issued.) are
Prof. Hart's Elegant Country Seat, valued at $?5,0(t0
A Magnificent City Residence 44 17,000
A Cash Loan for 100 years, without interest
or security 10,000
Building Lots. Elegant Piano Fortes, Melo
deons, Gobi Watches, Bracelets. Rings,
Books of Travels in the Old and New
World, by Prof. Hart ; Real Estate, Vc,
etc., A.C. in all numbering 300,000 Gifts,
valued at $300,000
Every single remittance of 81. secures on year's
sabscription to the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL, and the
gratuity of a Gift Ticket, which entitles the bolder to
one share in the 300.000 Gifts. Thus every person in
vesting in this stupendous Enterprise receives the
full worth of his cr her money, in subscription to a
first class journal, (the greatest and most interesting
Pictorial of the age.) besides a Gift for each subscrip
tion, which may prove an immense fortune to thi
For complete List of Gifts, and full and explicit par
ticulars in regard to the great Enterprise, Distribu
tion, Jtc., see a copy of The Whole Wobld, which
will be promptly sent, free of charge, where desired by
The Whole World may also be seen at the offices of
all papers containing this advertisement, where infor
mation may be obtain i in regard to the paper and
Agents, Postmasters, and Ladies desirous of lucra
tive, and at the same time, genteel employ ment, should
not fail to see a copy of The Whold World, which
contains by far the most liberal inducements ever of
fered to agents in the way of immense cah premiums.
gifts, commissions, dec, whereby any erson, with or-
dinary activity, can easily make $ 1 ,000 and upwards,
per year ; to which fact the agents we already have
o .... d;-...-.-i
va is veiiiiji t7,uic uv liiruiiai, allla av.v vutv m
rich, and happy.
Corre pendents must write their address Name,
Post Office, County, and State, plain and distinct, or it
will be their own fault if they fail to get an answer.
Adhere to this, and all returns will be promptly sent
wherever desired, in any part of the world.
JLj-'ir any orders are received after the 3iw,ono
subscribers are obtained, the money will be promptly
returned, post-faid, to the persons sending it.
XZr AH letters and remittances for the Pictorial,
with Gift Tickets, mnst invariably be addressed,
post-paid, to Prof. J. WOODMAN HART, Worlds
Hall, Broadway, New York, there being the onto
office for the Gift Enternnse.
But remittances for the Pictorial wrrHorT Gift Tick
ets, may he sent to Prof. J. WOODMAN HART, 11 tTs
BriLDixos, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, l'a , there
being the principal editorial and publication office.
Oct. 1 1-tim.
ST HOT IL lETTeRS PATENT.
THE HYDROMAGEN, OR WATER
PROOF. ANTI CONSUMPTIVE,
CO UK SOLES!
Manufactured by HARCOL'KT, BRADLEY Co., 44
Market Street, Manchester. Principal Warebome, 104
Wood St.. Cheapside, London, England. American
Establishments, 3c Ann Street and 103 Nassua Street,
The llydromaen is a valuable discovery for protect
ing the feet from damp or cold, and therefore a pre
ventative of many Lung diseases, without any doctor
ing whatever. The Hydromagen is in the form of a
sole, and worn inside tlie hoot or shoe. Its medicated
character is a powerful preventative to disease.
For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm and
healthy, to wear in the coldest or raiuiest weather, as
the foot cannot become wet if the Ilydromagen is iuser- i
ted. Ladies may wear the
rhtest soled boots or shoes
in the most inclement weather with impunity ; while
Consumption, so prevalent among the youug or our t
country niay be thwarted by their general adoption.!
They entirety sunerseed over. hoes, as the latter cause I
the feet to perspire iu a very unhealthy irateer; and, j
besides, are not dangerous to wear for pedestrians in i
icy weather, like imlia rubbers. While fhe latter !
cause the feet to appear extremely large, the lfyilroma- !
gen, nemga mere imn saceoi corK preparea. peculiar-
ly placed inside, does not increase the size (X tne noot,
or cause the loot to appear autidv. To chftdren they
are extremely valuable, as thoy may encatrern exercise
with comfort and healthy effects. Their expense U so
slight as to scarce need mention; besides, tlfese who
patronise them will find their yearly doctor bills much
As the Hydromagen is becoming more known, its
ni. in inr.in..n .Imo.-t incrlihle estvnt. It
Iw. I l.w.K- Uiw.in.k.rn
Glasgow, Leeds. Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg and
Berlin, our sales reachel l,T3i.4oO jairs of Cork Soles.
This year the number will far surpaw th-t.
Ask tlie sacultv their oninion of their value as a
preventative for Coughs, Colds, Tronch us, Astiimn
Men's Size, per pair, 35 cents; Ladies do. per pair.
30 cents; Boys1 aud Misses' do. ier pair, cents.
Notice. From the Retail Prices we make a very lib
eral allowance to Jobbers and wholesalers, so that any
storekeeper may make a fine profit on their sale, while
they are an article that may be kept in any store,
among any class of Goods.
For terms, apply to
UARCOrRT, BRADLEY A Co.,
3S Ann Street, New York.
Slept. SO, 1PS1 3m
DR. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC Wa
fers, for tub cure OF COLD, COUGHS,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. CONSUMPTION, AND ALL
AFFECTIONS OF THE CHEST AND Ll'NGS.
These Wafers operate like a charm producingalmost
Instautaneois relief. They allay at ouce. the tickling
and irritation in the throat, which gires rise to hacking
and coughine. and finally result , if not arrested, in a
disease of fatal type.
For Bronchitis, so fearfully prevalent in this climate,
these Wafers stand perfectly unrivalled. No Public
Speaker should attempt to address an audience without
in hi pecket. They lubricate the throat ami facilitate
delivery to a most astonishing decree. Professional
singers, and all memlers of Church Choirs will expe
rience immense benefit from their maffie effects. All
who ase them cheerfully testify to their wonderful effi
cacy. There is but one opinion of their matchless vir
tues, in all complaints for which they are recommended.
One box will satisfy you that we cannot speak too
biehly in their favor.
lion. SAMI KL RICHAUUSOy. late Mayor of Roch
ester, N. V.; Dr. James McCarthy, of Medical Hall,
Dublin; S. Pearsall, Vicar, I.ichhelil Cathedral; E. fres-
nn r.,.1 U..n.h.nr nt II..I1 I'n.UiJ .nrf Ihnnatidi '
of others have volunteered their testimony in favor of ;
Dr. LOCOCK'S great diicoiery. A single
ireat diicosery. A single trial will !
convince the most sceptical that no medicine ap
proaches this in the absolute control it exert over all
that fatal class of diseases which we have enumerated.
Sold !y all Medicine Dealers generally.
Oct. 4. le S4-6m
VTEW ARRANGEMENTS attheg&
ll EAGLE HOTEL. The subscritier would take this
opportunity of infurming the citiiens of Warren, and
the public generally, that he has purchased the Kaslb
Hotbl, formerly keiit hy Mr. Camp, where hereafter he
would be glad to see his friends, and all who choose to
give him a call. The best arrangements will be made to
make his house a pleasant place to stop, and no effort
will be spared to those who call once to slop again. To
the old customers of the Eagle he would say, do out
condemn a change as for the worse, because yn. were
o well suited with your old landlord, hut give the new
Ldministration a trial before you decide.
Warren, Aug. IT, lr53. GEO. T. IICLL.
BA. FAHNEN STOCK fe Co.'s Pure
White t Lead a large supply eonstanly on hand
ad for salca Lbs lowest cash prieehy
Aug . M.A. 3HTEH at ...
Lamps ; Lamp Olol.es. and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; lea t
nd Coffee Hots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth, j
Bhoe, Hair, Flesh, Tooth and SInrinc Bnishrs ; Melo- I
. n.ir.. vin i........ . u:r... I
me ions; oe'ays. which happen in most or Insurance
Cominies. I weald .evise all meu who want to pet
Insured in a tip f c impany, to call on Jeireraon Talm,
K,. Aeent f..r ... . u-
Stobn an. nrtnnrf.
A CAHD. James G. Brooks wonM :
I V most respeetfully announce to his friends and f
former patrons, and the rest of mankind, that he can he
fonudat the tirt door east of the mins caused by the:
late lire, where at all times may be seen a large and ;
varied stock of
HARDWARE. IRON. XAILS AND OLAS. I
P. 8 "Astitch in time saves nine!" i. e wheu yo, !
Insure.takespolicyinth Summit Insurance C.for
you burn they ay imttamler, without any minetnr,
wnicn enaoies a business man to eo riKhtalonir without
J. 41. BROOKS. Dealer in II are ware and Iron. Sien of
the Anvil, Warren, Ohio. June .
L. MORLEY, (successor of J G.
iVi Baoors.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard
ware, Cutlrry. dtc. Warren, Ohio. (nov 22
MIE OLD ANVIL UP AGAIN".
MARKET STREET EVER AHEAD!
Having bouirht the entire stock of Hardware. Iron
and N iilsowned by Harmon it Ondycke. which.ad.ted
to my former stock. maks one of the largest and most
complete assortment of Goods iu our line, to he found
in Northern Ohio.
Blacksmith. Honse Builders. Farmers and everyone
else wanting Goods of our kind, will find, by giving as
a call, that we can fit them out at prices that defy com
petition. RocWved and now opening
doa. No. 1, CI:ipps Scvthe Snaths;
do. S. do. do. cheap;
10 doz. Silver Steel Scythes, best in town;
4 double-barrelled Shot Guns, good at lonir shots;
6 single do. do. good for rats;
kegs Pittsburgh Nails, "that are good;"
37 hundles Nil Rod, "good old kind;
14 bu miles Shoenhcrgers Horse-shoe Bar; which I
can wairant good with a clear conscience.
All orders promptly filled, and Goods that do i ot suit
can be returned (Junel; J. G. BROOKS.
VEW STOVES ! T. II. MORLEY
1 v it Co. are constantly making additions to their
large and well selected stock of Store Patterns, so that
they are now able to furnish customers with the most
desirable pattirns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, Xo. 5.
ilo Improved do do do do
This Sto-e is truly the Fanner's Stove, for after an
unprecedented run of five years, the demand for them is
The Woman s' Rights Cook Stove, No. 1, for wood or coal,
do do do do No. do
do do do do No. 4, for wood.a
This is a new pattern of Coal Stove, just got out by
us, with elevated oven. No. 1 is intended for a dining
room Stove, having two boiler holes and a large capa
cious oven for baking or keeping meats warm. No. 9
has four 8 inch holes for boiling. ami is adapted to small
families. No. 4 has 4 9 inch holes for boiling, and a
very large oven, and is adapted to large families.
The Ring Up" Cook Stove, No. 4
do Western 0,ueen do do
do Qneen of Prairies do do
do Great Western do do for coal.
These Stores have four 9 inch boiler holes and capa
cious ovens below the fire chamtrer. For -beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
are unsurpassed. They are perfect bakers.
The fallowing are some of their Parlor Stoves :
The Cottage Franklin Coal Store, No. 9.
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the late State Fair. For beauty and
convenience, they c ha lien ire competition, as the extra
ordinary sales this year abundantly testify.
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. 3, do
The Jewett it Root Store, Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Box,
and Dairy Sieves,
All kinds of machinery made to order. Stove Foun
dry east of Tay lers Warehouse, on the canal. JIaehtne
Foundry, east side of Libert- street, en the canal. Tin
Shop four doors west of the Bank, Market street. War
ren, Obio. jn 19
TJLOWS, PLOWS. We ar now ma-
A kin? and keep constantly on hand the following
popular Plows :
Long's 3fo. 1, Corn Plow,
do No. 3, Sward do
do N. 4, do do
Star, do do do
Buckeye, do do
Michigan Double, do
Sub Soil, do
Cultivators with Cat Iron and Steel Teeth. Plows
repaired on short notice.
Jan. 19. T.HMORLET & Co
SHORT DIALOGUE ON PLOWS.
J. V Jsf Firmer. Netirhbor, what Plow do von use ?
Ss! farstrr. Well, I have J. Lon?'s No. 4. and
several other kinds, but y.rley's Star tlow beau them
1st Former. I snnst go to Warren and ret a Ptir
Plow. (Goes to Warren and returns ia course of the
"2nd Former. Hallo, Neighbor, what have yon got
let Fermer. One of Morley s Doahl Plows. lie says
it beats the star Flow, and no mistake.
3md Farmer. Can't be possible ! bnt f it does, I
will buy one. (Exit met farmers, mmd tre Hi PI, we.)
The Donhte I'low proves to he the best ; in fact it does
better work than any single Plnw can do. This we guar
tee. or no sale. T. II. MOKLEY 3c Co.
April i, ir4.
THE MICHIGAN DOUBLE PLOW.
We are now making this celebrated Plow. Those
who have tried it, say it surpassess any other kind of
plow in nse. Several premiums have been awarded 11
at State and County Fairs. T. H. MORLEY 4k Co.
Jan. 19, 1K4.
T7ARMERS! WHEAT is worth One
A. Dollar add Fifty Cents per bnshel. Wilt yon use
a poor Plow, when at Morley Foundry they keep a
good article, anil warrant tnera.
March 5, 1-1.
THE ST ARPL0 W, Manufactured by
JL T. II. M0haY at Co.. will do better work tha.
any other Plow in th State of Ohio, except the Michimn
Ifcmhle flow. mar. a, a.
STOVES, TINWARE, &c, New
Shop on Market Street. Those who wish to
purchase thines in his line are inrited to call at
tlie shop of . H HOLLINiib WORTH, at Cranage's old
stand, 3 doors below Empire Hall, Market St., where
they will find a large assortment of Stoves, Tinware,
! . " nn
1 Vfl" i
j S"' ?";,
Call at llolling
Britannia-ware, copper kettles, tfrass
w ware of all kinds, t beat and dooo.
Call at llollingsworth s before you buy. Job-work
and repairing doue on reasonable terms and with de-
spatcn. iiucijiLiS .okiu at tiltu.
Warren. October 13. 5X
T0VES, TIN WARE, Ac THE
KING OF STOVES, for sale hy B. P. Jameson 4t
Co., with a new acd eicated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Oenesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, elevated
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
Woman's Rights stove,
BP. JAi-ESON & CO., continue to
manufacture Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
Eave-troutihs put up on short notice, and warranted
of good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done ia
Warren. 3Iarch 29. 1634.
gouts anil tocs.
XCE MORE IN THE FIELD. The
suhcrihers having been driven
from their old quarters nn Market
StM hy the recent fire, won hi inform
the public that they are to be found
on Main St., in the room formerly
occupied by Mr. Mllliken, two doors
from Smiths it McComhs, wheie they are jnst receiving
a large and complete stock of NEW OxJDS in their
We are also constantly manufacturing all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which they can recommend to customers as both good
Our lare stock of Xew Goods of Gents Fine French
Calf and Morocco Boots ; Fine Congress and other style
of Waiters; Patent Leather Shoes; Slippers; Dancing
Fine French Gaiters of various colors and new and
beautiful styles: Morocco and Patent Leather Bootes
and Shoes, Buskins, and in short, every variety of this
kind of goods which could be desired. Also s complete
stock of Misses' Gaiters, Bootes. Buskins and Slippers
01 wmre ny.v iuuwwrs.niKCMrr wim wu (
ment or Boy an ioa.us noes,ooui one anu coarse,
and all kinds of Children' Shoes.
TO SHOEMAKERS AND OTHERS! ,
Particular attention is called to the fact that our stock I
of Leather, Findings and Shoemakers' Tools, has been ,
recently largely increased, consisting of Sole Leather,
French Calf. American ditto. Enameled Leather, Kip,
Moroccos, Kids. Rubber Cloths. Linings. Bindings and ;
Findings Tenerallr.includinr Hammers, nnchers. Jnoe-
Kti.C-m hM-U I It I II 9. FeiTS. MlO-.1llj. ZinC AailS. .
Hungarian Nails, Shoe and Saddlers Thread, Bristles,
Lasts a large lot. Boot Trees, and a general assortment
of all things pertaining to tne traiie. )
Remember the place. No. 6. Main 9tu,and yon will not ,
Kemcm.er tne place.
gret trivins us a can.
Warren. May 1" '51.
W.n; B. CRANAGE.
-TT?W Vfini" pnn'P ANn JtTnV
VJi.V lUiiK BVVL MiUii:
it STORE. Nos. II 13 Main Street. r i
Sprint has come I And so has the lantest, I I
best and cheaest stock of Boot aud Shoe ever f j,T
brought on the Western Reserve. a
D. U. VAKKKN. in anuouncinc this fact to his pat-
rons. and Uie rld t Unte, invites them, one and all.
to come and see for Uiemselves, for he feels confident he
can suit them with any kind of good Boot or Shoe they ;
want. .... , . 1 of
Purchasing his stock of the Manufacturers for Cash, ,
enables him to offer such inducements to buyers as can- j
not be found elsewhere
Ladies! you like lo haveapretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
have Liken es)cuil care to please you by selecting the j
most fashionai.le, prettiest and most genteel stock for j
hvlirs' wear, that could be found iu Sew Vork; so all
that like tlie ornamental as well as useful, will call and i
see and buy, before going elsewhere.
dents ! 1 have the best assortment for yonr use the !
greaust variety of material, an.l the UleM .fashion, only
call and see my Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Gaiters.
Shoc or ti(r Jm u nmT sect.
luuuryu . -"c, . - ... ,
u. ll. . .mo return ia in to past patronage, anu ,
solicits Its couunuance. I
Ji. B. Boots aud Shoes made to order and warranted
fit. I. II. WARREN.
I. S. Dost forget the No. 1113 Main Su Warren.
HEAP CASH AND READY-PAY
BOOT AND SHOE ESTABL SH-
MENT, No. ill. Main Strrct.
J. Mrt'onneil & C N...-, M.iin
Street, Warren, Ohio, li ive ir.? pleas- afm. V
Trumbull enunlv and the onblic in
eeneral tbttt tl..- nr. ex-eivine and manufacturing the
larcest, cheaist and best assortment ot WIUIS and
SHOES ever hruught to the Western market, wnicn
they now offer tor Sile, at wholesale or retail, al prices
liiat cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and
ready-pay system. Their stock consists of
tiENTLEMEN S DEPARTMENT
Men's Coarse Boots; Men's Calf I'eu'd Imitation B'ts
" Hungarian do: " Erench Calf svw'd, steel 'ks
Kip do; " Hrogans;
44 Calf Pegs do; " Kip aud Calf Brogans;
Bovs' Boou antl Broiran.. all kinds.
Ladies' Jenny Lind Boots, Huskins and Ties: Ladies'
Patent Leather Buskins anil Ties, aud .Morocco Boots;
Misses' Sewed aud Pei--ed Gaiter and Shoes, of all,
kin.U- lhilileen' Shne4. JtC.
SHOEMAKER S FINDINGS TOOLS ALL KI5DS!
Morocco. Calf Skin and I'ppef Leather, and every
thing usually kept in our line, which will be sold for
cmwk. lower thsn can be foundelsewhere in the county.
April 14, If 53. J- MtCONNELL . CO.
THE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
E. IIOYT It Co. No. 1. Main treet. offer great
bargains in Broad Cloths. Satinets, Kentucky Jeans,
w . i d i. , : - ' i A
Maslin CoiUr apr M I
. ,' ". """niui to lasmon. and the col.tin-
""il, f," ""J1'""-
. Protector, is simply a chemically prei a-rd
Inr. lined with silk and naikle,!. whiek - 1 ', ,j.
rPIIE CHEST. Sir Astley Cooper
L Bart., M. D.. the eminent Medical Practitioner
has left a valna' le l-racv to tlie worl.l i. kT V i I- Yf
PKEVKSTATIYE Pt)K CONSl'MPT 'lai I .
cure for Pulmonary Diseases wi-aoi
Sir A. C. Hart.. inventJ,"";"""' "".
V.'" M801"'" "l CIIM PRECXOK
to"" persons of all ale..r.d eon.liiioas, as a certain
"d " shield acainst thos. fearful diseases Con
when stnnplion. Bronchitis, Asthma, Conhs.Col.is and other
': "l write to state for your satisfaction, and also
forltatof u.ers. that your Oermaa Bitters i. what yoo
recommend it to be. a hiehly valuable medicine, which
know from having used it ia my own family to my
entire sati;fction. All who have used it give the same,
8TIrME, A. Me ALT, Canton, Ohio, Vay 11. V53,
TS . Malint ,,1 JmT trmi,. Bitter highly
jecommended Irom source in which I placed much:
conndence. 1 ordered four boule from Clev ;wod. On.
them I gave to my dauehter who has d -ived treat
nent from it ; two of the others I sold mediately,
anJ l wooW like ym Knd me a supp!; . 't to sell."
JoH, ;la, Brunswick, Ohio. May i .. Wi. ay:
.vollr German Bitters have proved saceesni every
thilt come to my knowledge, and has opcneil
(or jiif , great demand."
rmxu) Lrrraroan, Covington. Ohio, Dee. 2Tth.
18i3 MyJ : )iT wife has been affected with the liver
complaintand Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
wnjch time j 3rxat 4 grCT, deal tar doctorinr, bnl
,h). ,,, ytry UMt beueftt therefrom, and finally
the doctors said she could not be cured. Last sprin
"re "" " arise Irom the i
Ik. . -I." . I"" "' "I""VI 1
K-. ." " ' . """ preali a manner.
"tV i. .ZlT' '''" necessity and s comfort,
to IZl ! r- ?ltbonSh recentlyimroduced in!
rit s'.'f. ""it'" "pia W throush the
In ted States .he Canada. South America, and Wt
K l i , 'r , ,on " telle , "icto
ni England and on the continent of EoropT.Wie i!
rf-rrV? t0E,r':" to PMiUJ
To demonstrate these facts enqnire of anv English
reshirnt in your vicinity of his k kn r , hin.
tnci .1 effect, of wearing the Prolect'". wrrno
. ocas -re aw To.no of any kind. Ihe cost of wear
ing these unclr is . mere tride. and one .,11 ILi
some years Xo one who values the hralth of himself
or his family will be without them. The Hospital i
this country are not alone recommen.linr them, hut
rapidly intralucnr them. Hareourt, Bradley Co..
of London, and Manchester, England, were ori,in.lly
entrnrted with the manufacture of the Protectors, hy
the lamented Dr. too,r, and continue to manofaetnr.
aceonliae tc "his original" instructions, and therefore
recommend those who would wear -The Protectors -to
see to their hetnjr renuine.
Kememner this is . uple article, and no Paten
flents Sise, .... 8, so each.
Lail.es do. - . . . , IN, d
Boy' and Misses do. . 75 d
HARC01RT. BRADLEY A CO
38 Ann Street JOS Nassau Street. Slew Tork.
Principal Warehonse. IMS Wood Street, Cheapsid.
London. Manufactory, 44 Market Street, Manches
II. B. & Co. are esta-.lishini Depot for the sale of
"The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians
Surzeons. Drue-rists, Clothiers. Dry Goods Merchants'
Hatb-rs and Milliners, also Gentlemen's Furnishing
Store Keepers are entrusted wita the wholesale and
retail distribution of them, and to whom most liberal
term are offered for their enterprise, and a splendid
opportunity opens to them for safe ami profitable busi
ness JJAKCOt'RT, BRADLEY & CO.,
Sep.. , 1WH-8,. AJD Stfeet- StW YMk-
TR. i. B. MARCHISI'S
lJ CELEBRATED CATH0UC03T,
FOR RELIEF & CCRE OF SCITERIXQ FEMALES.
It tnris pre-eminent for its curative powers in all
diseases for which it is recommended, usually calleil
Of these are PrvUpsus Cteri, or Falling of the Womb ;
Flour Alt us, or Whites; Chronic Inltimaiion and CI
ceration of the Womb; Incidental Hemorrhage, 0
Flooding; Painful, Suppressed and Irregular Menstrua
tion; Ac, with all their accompanying evils, (Cance
cicepted.) no matter how severe, or how lone standing.
The Catholicon far surpasses other remedies, in being
more certain, less expeusive. and leaving the system
in a better condition. Let all interested call and obtain
a pamphlet (free) containing ample proof, from th.
most respectable sources, of the beneficial results of it
use; together with letter from hie hly experienced Phy
sicians, who have nsed it in their practice, and speak
from their own observations.
P. B. Pr uK, M. D., I tica, S. T.
L. D. Fusi.io, M. D.. Rochester. N. T.
M. II. Mi Lns, M. D, Rochester, N. Y
. Y. Foot, M. D., Syracuse, Jf. Y.
Prof. Dt xaaa, M. 1 Baltimore, M.
J. C. 0k , M. Baltimore. Md.
V'. W Rust, M. D., New-York City.
W. Psewott, a. D . Concord, N. II.
J. P. Sremi, M. Vtica. X. Y.
Rev. C. S. Bzaas, Glenn Springs, 3. C.
Phamplets to be had gratis at the Store of E. A. SMITH
k Co., Agents, Drnggists. Warren, O. Also sold by L.
V). Mears, North Bloomfield. James K. Seztoa. Youngs
town, and by most of the leading Druggists m Lb ad
TCPI-ttrr Uiremeei t. the cart ,f Mr. Cmrti
Hick. Agent at Been; Osi.
To Da. H iram : I have been tea year troubled
with Female Complaints prolapsus uteri.andall th.
attending difficulties; at tiaie rendering n-y life mo
miserable. I have had the attendance of na of th.
best physician, with bat little success; the most they
could do was to relieve, cure was eat of the question.
For five month before commencing with your medicin.
I had not been able to perform any labor, eoaid walk
bnt a few steps at a time, and scarcely went out of doors
in short, I was completely prostrated, both in mind
and body, and expected to drag out the rest of mv day
ia suffering and misery. Bat, Ruling your advertise
ment, I was induced to try your invalaahle medicin.
called I'terine Catholicon, as the last resort. Ihad no
aseu it a week before I felt like another woman. Ity the
use of three bottles I was enabled to perform al the la
bor forsix in the family w:thease,aud could walkany
where in the neighborhood without injury. Nothing
but a sense of my doty to you and to lh afflicted, has
induced me to state my caje to lb. vablic. I can safely
recommend the preparation to all those suffering Ilk.
myself. (Signed.) Mas. Saaaa Ass BisHor.
Freedom, Ponaire Co Ohio.
ItTJ. B. MARtlUSI A Co Proprietor. Centra
Depot. 3tH Broadway, New York.
Warren. June HI. IHM-y
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
THE GREAT PURiriEK OP THE BLOOD !
AW Particle of Jkfercmrf in it.
Lrr tub ArrucTM Kkab asd Poxmk?
An Infallible Remedy for Scrotal. Sing's EtUt Rhea
Baalism, Obstinate Cataneoos Kraptions Pimples or
Postu.es on the Face, blotches, Jtoil, Atrue and fe
ver. Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or TUer, Scald
Head, Enlaivement and ain of the Bones and .Joints.
Stubborn Ulcers Syphilitic .Disorders, Lsmhafo
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from aa
lujndicioos Use of Mercury, imprmdence in Life, or
Impurity of the Blood.
XZP This great alteratire medicine and Pari Sr off
Blood is now used hy thousands of grateful patients
from all part of the United States, who testify daily to
the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of
Medicines, CaTKR Spanish Mixture." Neuralgia
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Smptions of the Skin. Liver
IHsease, Ferers. Ulcers. Old Sores, Affections of the
Kidneys, Diseases of tlie Throat, Female Complaints,
Pains and Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily
put to night hy using this greut and inesumabte rem
edy. For all diseases of the B?ood nothing has yet been
fonnd to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all imparities, acts gently and emciently on the Lire
and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gires tone to
the Stomach, makes the skin clear and healthy, and re
stores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of y oath, to its pristine vigor and
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than alT the
cosmetics ever osed. A few doses of C-aTca's 3pw
ish Mixttrk will remove all sal low n ess of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a re
markable degree, beyond all the medicines ever heard
The large nember of certificates which we hare re
ceived from persons from all parts of the United States
1 tne best evidence tnat mere is so itambas; about itv
Tne press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
poblicmn, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this GREAT
BLOOD PL Kir IE H
Call on the AK!rrand gets Circular and Almanac.
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of ail
Medicines has performed.
IS one genuine unless signed rmxtrr e Bkxrsl Pro
prietors. No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, Va., to whom
all orders for supplies and agencies mast be addressed.
For sale by E. A. Smith it Co., Warrea ; J. Camp
bell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown, Oh 1 ton ; Geo. Hazlett,
fiastavus . S. W. Mears, Bloomfield, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nov ii-y
LIVER C0MPLAIXT, DYSPEPSIA.
Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Nebility, Diseasw
of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver or Stomach ; such as Constipation, inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the bead. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nansea, Heartburn, Disgust fur Food, Fail
Bess or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructtaions, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimm-ng
of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Sulfocatiug Sensations
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Webs before the siirhu Fever and Dull Pain in ths
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Teltownesw of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
EC,Sulden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings of ft.nl, and Ureal Depression of
s catn eaectually cured by
, , -
J)fa HOOIliind S LClCDrattli UCrHiail ElttCrS,
nrrfanv v . -
Tfrr f? ' C 'AtaW.t, ao. EU Area street,
.rTbeiT.' OT"J JTT' "l' S
erimalled. by any other preparation in the Inrted
States, - the cores attesl in many cases after skillhil
piiywran. n ' .""- ""
KWnilOO Ol lOTllIMlS.
Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver and lesser elands.
exercising the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs they are, withal
safe, certain and pleasant.
TESTIMO.Hl rKUJft UiUU.
Jobm ITorm!, Jromesville, Ohio. May 3)th. IS33
.he eonclu-led to trv vour Bitters: (lie took two bottles
I - - .K ..n. ,h. 1. . K.n .1.1. 9r. .tt.iul
hef bujiEeM Butil yr ,ateiy se had a new attac k
h. .in eommenee;! the Bitters. I have sold
quite a nnmber of bottles through her recommendation,
and a far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
D. Abbott, Antinbnr?h, Ashtabaht county, Ohio,
December 5th, lff53, says "Permit me to ber testh
mouy to the remarkable efficacy of your medicine ia
cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
taking your Bitters. I was severely aniicted with Liver
vomptaiot ; so umcn m vlm u .AjK,, n.o .
by a rree ase ot yonr meoicinc, uuuiks vi a aims
Providence, 1 find myself entirely restored to health.
able resume mv cmnlovment.'
These Bitters are entireie wegeeatio ana tree irons
Alcoholic stimulant and all injurious ingredients, mihi
their operation, they strengthen the system, never
For sale by B. A. Smith A Co., and Porter Co-,
Ti'arren ; G. IL-ulett, Gustatus : J. S. Mears, Bloom
field ; J. Camnbell Newtoa Falls, and by Dealers ia
Medicines every where. nov i9 lP54-y
ERCIIANT'S Gargliuff Oil, in 25ct.
50et- and $1,00 bottles, for sale hy the quantity
retail, bv A. BJlllll iu
at..K Iri r.
LOAN'S Ointment and Condition
O Powder, f.r sale by
K. A. SMITH CO.
DR. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILXS,
Inst received and for sale by
Aug. . - A. SMITH Jt Co.
HOOFLAD'S German Bitters, a cel
el.rated remedv for the cure of Liver Complaints.
Jaundice. Dyspepsia, and all disease arising from a
.nnl.ml liw.r Ar (bunuk. sob) bv
Karch 16. E- A. SMITH Co