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?oTne.nmp tn.old pirl.
" Aim! away we will whirl
T coutrMt tow rose cheek with the enow;
Oh I ne'er Bind the sie-t
" Tick that round your fct
- AU richt T Come okl horse, 'way yon go.
Over the mo,
. Hip J hip! hurra:
What greater dtdirht
On a moon-glMeu niht,
With Bess at n yiti.tc.
Than ajo!!r sleigh ride
t care sot for Care,
i distance Despair,
H ith a nair that 2:40 and sound ;
- -Cpeet nearly ttussujjr,
n - Away we bound om the pround,
Thmnph the hripht suow.
Hip! hip! hurra !
. W hat greater delight.
On amoon-giMed night,
" With Bess at my side
Than a jolly skigh ride
Kay ? Gkowlxe.
THE PUNCTUAL MAN.
ilr. Higgirgs was a very punctual
man in all his transactions through life.
He amassed a large property by untiring
industry and punctuality ; and at the ad
vanced age of ninety years was resting
quietly upon his bed, and calmly waiting
to bs called away. He had deliberately
made almost every anv.ngeii ent for his
decease and burial.
His" pulse grew fainter, and the light
of life seemed just flickering in its socket,
when one of his sons observed:
- 'Father, you will probably live but a
day or two, is it not well for you to name
"To be sure, my son," said the dying
man, "it is well thought of, and I will do
He gave a list of six, the uual num
ber, and sank back upon Lis exhausted
. A gleam of thought passed over bis
withered face like a ray of liht, and he
rallied once more. "My 6on, read me
that list. Is ' the name of Wiggings
'"It is, my father."
.'Then ttriie il'ff.'' faid he, emphat
ically, "for lie wasftetxr pun tual was
never any where in season, and might
Under tkr procession a vhole hovrf '
jILhtming. A New Yoik paper some
time ago, published a report of a police
case in the following humorous style:
' "One Christopher Twist order d Han
nab li'Grist to stand still end be kissed.
But Hannah gave si cb a duce of a
shout, at hat Twist was about, that a
-watchman named Top, csme up with a
bep, and n arched Twist to a shop. But
11 Grist not being there, tc the kissing to
swear, Twist was cleared by the chair
and made tmcks like a hare."
Various per.dants to this appeared in
Tcrious papers, but none more amus ng
than the following:
"Pray what is to be said on such a
strange Lead, as belonged to this Ilan
r ah, whose boisterou- manner, to fright
ened poor Kit cut of his wit, that he gave
up tl e job as toon as knocked on the
."WT.y, the instant she miss'd iim
she wished she had kiss'd him."
"I sy, Sembo, does you Inow what
makes de corn grow so fast wben you put
de manure on it?"
"No I don't hardly, 'cept it males de
ground stronger for de corn."
""Now, I'll jist (ell ye. When de corn
be; ins to t iuell de manure, it don't lite
de Turnery, eo it hurries outob de ground
and gits up as high as possible, sc as not
to breathe de bad air."
Ah Invitatios. "Mrs. Jmkins re
quests the pleasure of Captain Brcwn's
company at a tm:l parly on Friday eve
ning next. 21 Spriggins Place Monday.
"Thi Ak.cwik. C apt. Btown presents
his compliments to Mrs. Jenliins, and re
greta that thirteen of the privates will be
detained by habeas corpus writs, and two
esargentsare on the sick list ; the rest of
Capt, Brown's "company" will have
much pleasure in waiting on Mrs. Jenk
lDgs, on Friday evening.
A Tbuk Remark. A witness in a re
cent gambling case said, in reply to a
question by the Court,"I do not consider
liquor is an article of ralue." There
was a laugh, upon which he added
"and for this reason I never knew any
one to become rich by consuming it."
There ' was much for reflection -in the
.-Why is a young lady, just from board
ing school, like a building committee ?
Because she is prepared to receive pro
Why is the cutting off of an e'ephant's
head so widely different from cut ingofl
any other head? Because, when you
cut the head from the body yoa do not
separate it from the trunk.
'The industrious old lady who walked
all over London with a can in her hand
procure a p nt of the "milk of human
kindness," has been more successful in
getting a little jam out of the jar of a
door. She got a littb jam on l.er fin
gers. There is a man in New York so oppos
ed to Catholicinn, llmt he won't travil
on cross-roads. He is ihe same man
that won't el beef for fear that it mitrht
be a portion f the Pope's last Bull.
. Astokishino. Somehody has made
the assertion that the Mustang Liniment
iscapable f healing the "unkindest cu'
IWOSDEBFUL AciLITr. The fellow
who jumped at a conclusion has lately
succeeded in running up a score at a
lager beer saloon.
The sensitive actor who coaldn't sit iu "
the same room with a tea-urn on ac
count of its liissin?, has just been killed
a "iurtt of applase."
"The Worcester Transcript knows a
man jso mean, that he wont draw his
breath for ear that he will lose the in
teresi. . , . -
A"coffee-r:ouse in Cincinnati has asifni
an inverted boot, as a delicate hint to iin
delinquent customers to "foot npV
: I USti Ji it. ALUtuiw., tea!er
! tl in W.ti bes. Jewelst, F.mit tioons, fcc. Corner
i mf Superior Street end Puhlie Square, Cleveland, O.
NGIER HOUSE, Cleveland, Olnc
P. AN'ilER Proprietor.
J. r. IIOl.FROOK. J. LOSS.
HOLBROOK fc LONG, Musi-; Pub
lishers, Whulsale and Retail lValrrs in Music
and Musical instruments. No. It Superior Street. Cleve
land, Ohio, coleageuts for the celebrate! STODAItT
PIANO. may IT, lJ54-tim
J. H. CVMMlXn. CCO. Ffl&JtrLESS.
I M. CUMMINGS fc CO., Wi oles 1
I Grocers and Commission Merchants. Dealers tl
Foreign Wines and Liquors, Nails, Glass. Salt. Drugs
etc.. Not. 13 lr5 Kiver Su. !? . tfti ou the Dock.
May IT, IrHy.
ERAINARD & BURRIDGE, Engra
vers and Lithographer, Ilerald ttlocs:,Cteveiand
PATRXT OFFICE AGENCY, N'o. 4, Herald Building
w. u. ni'BKiDuE. inn 1 ly jehc bruxard.
Corner Public Kquare, Cleveland, Oliio.
ISCOKPOKATED MAY NINTH, 1651.
THE OLD COLLEGE has removed to
new and splendid Booms, surtassitie in beamy
and convenience those of any similar institutions in
E. 0. V0L30M, A. B Principal, Professor
Science of Accounts.
W. O. BROl liHTON and-W. 1HJLLISTEK, Assistant
Professors in the Botk Keepin Derunent.
A.J. PHELPS and JOSEPH ULATT IE, Professors :
Of Practical and Ornamental Peuniauship. "
R. F HOUSTON, Lecturer ou Commercial History i
and Art of Commfit-on !
Jt.HX H. WAKING. Lecturer on Mercantile Customs
lion. 0li.N I KOWELL. TnOS. II. I1AT and P. B :
PALMER. Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Re J. A. THOME. Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TEEMS. IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, $40 IM1
For separate in Peumanshi., Flourishing,
&.C-, as per agreement,
The rtesipu of Uie Institution Is to afford as good ad
vantages as can be had in any similar oue in the Cuion,
to young men about to assume the resiKinsi le duties
of the Comittng Itoom.and various mercauiile pursuits.
&CIKNCE OF ACCOVNTS Book Keepicg will U
explained from a new stand point, exhitiiting 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 taocht as if it were a
species of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arltrary ruls for rea
sons, and venerable precedents for genuine philosophy.
making the whole field of the science a complete "terra j
incognita." To produce good practical accountants,
the understanding and not to memory simply, should
DAILY LECTTKES, c Cneor more lectures will
given dailv.on the following subjects Accounts,
PenmtDhip. Mercantile Costomn, Ranking. Exchange,
Calculations, CniTrspnnlencr. Contmerruil Law, Pol it
ical Kconomy, Commercial tttitcs. lUilroaiimir, ore
Becitles the oual lectures on Law, tVc in Colleges of
this kind, thera will fe others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of usiness, to
instruct on point allied to the course of study, and on
expreysW on calculation.
PENMAXSIIi;1. VRACTICAL AXD ORXAMEXTL.
This deninert will 1-e under the su'erintendance ol
two of the tet renmen of the day. Bupiness wrttrg
will he taught opon the new method of FolsooTs Chtr
bythmocraphr. executinr to the beat of an instrument,
and producing the poj ular commercial hand in much
less than the usual time.
X. B. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata- ;
logues, cVc and ad.ireas the Principal.
JV7A large lii.rary will le connected with the Col
lege, containing the Tarious works on Book Keepinc. '
Mercantile Law,&c., to which the students will hava j
access. noT 15, 54
HOLBROOK t LOXG, Music Pub
lisbers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Music and ?uiirml Instruments of every description
So. 10u and Hzi Superior St., Cleveland. Ohio.
List of Pi os for sale at the great Piano-Forte V.'rv
The celebrated STODART PIAXO.un TjyJ
equalled for its rich and pire tones, e las J J Wuff
Li'trht, Newton at Bradhnry'r FILTER STRIXtlF.D
PIANO, for which a jol medal was awarded at the
Chrv st-il Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the Americas
Institute. New York.
Emereou's BOSTOX PREMIUM PIAXOS, the bes
manufactured in Boston.
In audition to their splendid stock of Pianos kept
cnntaritly on hnr-d, II. & L. ofter to thepul-lic the best
AMLKICAX MPE Ol'ITARS. and also imported Oui
tars, of the 1 est Spanish and French patterns, tocsthet
with sow priced German Guitars
Ruled y'usic Paer of li, 14. 16 lines, etcM constantly
hand and maftinfnctured to order.
VIOLINS and VIOLIXCKLLOS, in every rariety.
Strings for Violin, Violii-cello. Tenor Viol. Doable Pass,
Guitar and Banjo. Violin Bows and Case. Row Hair,
Bridges, Pegs, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Uutes, Ros
in, eic etc.
Reeils. Brums, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks,
iii g Hammers, Tuning Pipes.
TTT Dealers and Heads of Seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale places, with ever? Article in the Music
f SILVER WARE. FANCY GOOPS, etcM at X.
CRITTENDLX'S.29 Superior Su Cleveland. The
oldest and most extensive establishment wet of New
York, estaMisbed in 1k6. The stoc is always kep
complete. Lathes and Oentlenen9 Gold Watches,
endless varietv, from to 9-3t. A larire stock of
GOLD ANI SILVER WATCHES,
up express) v for Rail Rnad use. Also. Clocks made
expressly for Stations. Supennten.lants please call
examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor, Sitting
Room, Bank and Office Clocks. Silver Spoons, Forks,
GoMets, &x. Silver equal to coin, and patterns
PLATED WARE OF ALL KINDS. LAMPS,
Fancy Goods in endless variety. Shears, Scissors,
Pocket Cutlerv. Raxor and b ha vine tools in general :
Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver Specta
cles, to fit any age : Gold Pens, the best ever made.
Communion Ware. Willow Ware, DoaMe and Single
and Pivtols. and everything in the Sporting line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Instruments ; a large stock.
large stock of tt atchmaker s too's and materials.
My facilities and long experience in hnsiness enable
to offer inducements to those in want of Goods in
line, rarcely found. Watchmakers, Jewelers, Ped
and Dealers in general, will end at wholesale a
stock to select from, and prices warranted as low
can he found in any of the Eastern markets.
TRemmington's Rifle Barrels, and Gunsmith's ma
terials, imported in large quantities. ap 6, '54-601
SUPERIOR ST. CLEVELAND. OHIO.
ITon. J. R. Giddings, M. C. Pres. C. 0. Finney,
" H. Griswold.
" II . D. Clark.
" N. S. Townshend,
M Lorin Andrews,
Prof. Samuel St. John,
" P. R. Spencer,
E. F. Gaylord,
Henry v ick.
B. BRYANT. JAMES WASHINGTON LCSK,
H. IlWIGHT STRATT0.N.
B. Bryant. Professor of the Science of Accounts
lrwipht gtrauou. Associate Prof, iu the several De
Washington Lusk.) J8"0 the p"ceriH
R Si.lrr C ytem of Peumanbhip and
n apeuccr, Commercial CtirresiKndence.
Sarah L. Spencer, instructress in the Ladies' Writing
W. Harder, Assistant Prof. In the Book-Keeping
lions. Judge Starkweather and H. Clark, Lecturers i
President Asa Mahan, Lecturer on Political Economy.
Emerson E. White, Lecturer on Commercial Geog
raphy, terms .
a full Course in Doutle Entry Book-Eeeping
aiid other Department. ... $H Of!
full Course in Ladies' Department, - - 30 0U
separate Cottroe of Instruction in Spencerian
Penmanship. .... 5 00
various styles in Ornamental Penmanship as
The Principals of this Institutions design making it
of the let mediums in the L'nited States for impart
ing a thorough and practical knowledge of the active
of the Counting-Room, and tusiiiesa pursuits in
general. lfcok-Keeping in all its depwrtmei.is, as used
the most accomplished modern Accoui.Unta. will ba
in a thorough and successful manner
Thisdeitartment is under the ers rti.nl fJUDertntendance
one of the het Accountants in the L'nited Suites. No
mercantile lotiege in uie wesi possesses superior, it
advantages, for imparting a practical knov ledge
J. A. Rediugtou.Hn accomplished and experienced
Accountant in various ranches of Commerce and Trade,
as6n-ited in this leparttner.t, and wilt attend to
us up book, adjusting long standi rg and com
plicated accounts, L.c, in a correct and confident)
Geography is an im;ortatit and interest
lit; branch, whirh has never until the present time beet;
connected with Mercantile ifrhoois.
The ISpenceriau SyMemof Perimanship in all its forms,
lie uu?ht ' y its autiior. P. K. Spencer, and J. W,
No Institution in America oCers suierior facili
to this for imparting a fluent and systematic liand-
The Ladies Depart men is entirely separate from the
gentlemen's, and is fitted up iu amostmagnidceut man
and convenient style.
Business men can be supplied with the most reliable
Aceountart- by Application to this Cwilege.
The Principals of this Institutions can render efficient
to the graduates in securing rood situations.
TPr Send for a Circular by mail. jmn 19 54 y
COWLris (late Co Ue fe A b rt-
-oti,, 40 Weddell House. CK-veland. resnertfulh
the attentiuD of the citizens of Warren and th
surround i county, to his aSartnent of fine Watches,
are. Jewelry. House Keepin and FanrvOoods.
prices will be uniform and as low an any honest
tradesman can afiurd. Every article sold with he truth
decrited and warranted as represented. Repair
in all its ranches carefully and promptly done.
May IT, 154 ly
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE. Just received
packages Earthenware of my own importation direct
the Entrlish Potteries, making one of the largest
iu the ?lnrkt ; comprising, in part. White Oram
Flo wine Mulberry, flowing Blue. Light Blue. Plain
Common Ware. Also an extensive assortment ol
long ewrience in the trade, enables me to offer tc
C'ui.trv Merchants better facilities than purchaaint
ware in the eastern cities. Merchants are res-ect
invited to examine my ware and prices, which will
i-ess nw aanv JoVbing House in tiiis cltr.
Hign of the Chins Pitrbrr, No. 134 Superior St.
Cleveland, May 31, lb.4-y A. S. GARDNER,
CASH, CASH I BUTTER. BUTTER !
All cash raid for street yellow Batter, delfvtfreil
r;l al tWe Fnp:r Store, b- . -
n'sr-rot. Ms- . )4 TF-PTVQS A ('H'4AY.
"-" p rreoe : ,ai ne win mrnun nis
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
"'ney than they can purrhase the same kind of Goods
for nT "'her house in the I'niteil States.
GENTLEMEN'S FIKNISHING GOODS of all de
Backing, senptions for sale Cheap. A lilieral disoouut made to
Wholesale customers who buy for Cash.
Clothmj made to order at the shortest notice
VOUXG AMERICA! CLOTHING j
J HOfSE, 156. Superior Street, Clereleni. U.
Somiebokb Bsoi nr are now rcceivinc the most I
splendid stock of CLOTHING w Wfore nhihi:.H in :
CicvrUn-i. or in any Cili in Uie I nion. which has all
wn coitrn u with rticular care, fer this City and
the surrounding country trade, and which cannot pos
si.i.y he surra. hy the het merchant tailor, ami at
only o:,i n.Lr the aoxt.1 that is charged in Eetting
them made to order.
$3.i only is wanted for a Cloth and Cassiroere double
Over-Coal ; the finest Silk Velvet Tests eer seen or
made in any t'lolhiur Store.
Tarns of the latest style and best make, of one thou
sand diflerem patterns.
FCKNI.SIIING GOODS of every description and va
riety, and tlie test made or imported : and. as we are
hound to keep YOCXH AVIEKICA AHEAD of everv
thini in the Clothin; line, the prices shall he full SO
per cent, less than elsewhere ; and as particular atten
tion will he paid to all who may "drop in," the above
(acts will he s;itisfactorilv proven hv
hot S2-4m SONNEBOliK BROTHERS.
"TTNIOX HALL TRIUMPHANT."
KJ ISAACS' CIX)THINr, Aginst th Wo!tLD !
fve Yoi a Ihii.i 4aa in arv vol a CLOTHING t
iS.-C Jl IS.1.1CS'. Vmirm Hell, CleeelemJ, O.
1 he PaMie are itiviicl to an inspection of the suerh
stock of FALL AMI 1NTFR CI.0TI1ING now on
exhi' ition at tiiis ma.'iiificr-iit eKtiti lishment. hich in
extent, vnri-lv. sui erinrity of IVorkinanship. and
Fashion, topiher kith lon-ness of frice. cannot he
l-eat l.y any iill.i"r Clolhin;: llou.e in (Uiio.
Isn't has jut rcrur.ie 1 from the East, where he has
received such harjrnins in Clths and material for
niauuracttiriue. that he has it now in
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "rr'.erf hat !' and he will commence by selling
the lt Over-Coat in the City for Foi a Dol.taa ! and
Under-Coats, I'ants and Vests f all descriptions in
proportion, bo took out fer fen ! and come alons every
body who wants to he clothed, he can (it all siies, from
men aa larce as the Oiente that steed et hie deore. to
little wee fellows three years old, and as his Mammoth
Dul""ns nnen with (-lotinne of all qualities, be is
sure ot i-eins; ai.ie to suit everylcly. Kecullect that
sure of linw aide to mit .rrv! Ii.siurt
"r . 10 people wun r.As-nit!
? " ona lor Sli per cent, less than any one else, as
"-v rcaaouani- terms ni
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Unitn Hall, etrrner Superior mud fasew Strt$,
IP I'OOK OCT fOU TIIE GIANTS. -TIT
KING & COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS. BOOKSELLERS 4k STATIONERS
59 Superior Street, Clereland. Ohim,
Have recently made larre additions to their Stock of
Standard School and Miscellaneous Books, Blsnk
Work and Stationery, and are prepared to offer induce
ments to Dealers unsurpassed by any establishment in
By special arrangements with nearlv all the leading
Publishers of New York and Boston, we shall hereafter
receive their Latest and most Popular Works eimel.
' "' rehlieetie. aud can supply in quantities
w no lesale prices.
Among other new and valuable Works, we are West'
tr" ''M?lr ,tW"llowinr. wig:
ai ".aim ok Hi.-TUKlt: CAKIis Designed
and confidently expected to furnish millions of om
land an instructive and entertaining substitute for the
-Gaming Cards" now used o so startling at extent.
IDA NOKMAX, on, TRIALS AND THEIR TSES
by Sirs. Li!rnLx PnEt pa. the weU known author of
Lincons Rotary. We can earnestly commend this
work as one of the most interest in r and instructive of
TP A M AY v Mrs. Stowb paf to be.
THE NEWSBOY by Mrs. 0vkks Smith r-L
IM.FW tl.D v X. P. Wnxa.
TWENTY YEARS OP AX AFRICAN SLAVER
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORKP OF CENTRAL
AFRICA AND LANDS OF TflE SARACEN.
THE REl'BLICAN COURT The most magnificent
National Illustrated Work ever published in America.
Fx parted oon.
Pamnm's Latest "WORK!
Wafhirtrton Im'pgs New Book.
Also KI TH HALL A Romance, by the world re
! nowred FK'T Fr!c.w
LIFE OF HORACE G RE ELY by a Xew York
We expect a larire sale for those last mentioned
Trom the Press of Mason Brothers. dec 13-tf
AJOTTPF JFWFTRV AVnrAVPV
GOOF)?. J. R. At rrtix). formerlv of Ihe firm
lonm ec ai.rnTws. nas jost oprim a new Morr in
th New Blork the Corerr of Seperier Street end
Pttlie Sieere. Clrrelend. Ohio, where nay be
urana an eoiire arv Mock or
C.OLTt AND SILTFR WATCI7P3.
ENr.MSIl. FNK.NCII. rd YANKEE CLOCKS'.
SII.VFR WAMi of all k'rHs. rtrrrFfr Jr Cein.
SEW AND F.ASHTONAPLE JEWFI.RT.
All kirrfs nf I'LATFI apt I'RITANNIA WARE.
ClILEIiV. FANCY COOPS and PERFrSIERIES.
In short, everythir.it that is w anl Deiral le In
this line, nay fce foui.d cheaper than can le hought
VP f'TRAXGERS should not fail to visit cs before
Clevelaud, Twc. 13, 1F54-J
STRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
entific men are daily brineinr to lipht new Inven
tions, end the march of rrocress is onward : persons
Bald, or ' ecominc so. will le pleased to learn, that sci
ence and lonr research combined, have hronsht l-efore
rreatest arer of the Age, in the article of EM
ERSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sure
cure for Baldness and to prevent Tlair from fallinc
circulars to be had of aeenU. Price tl.00 in larie
bottles. Sold ly E. E. Iloyt fc Co and Geo. adams.
narren: j. Manning, loungstown, Prentica Ed
war la, Canfleld.
C. E. FISHER k. Co Proprietors
march 2 Xo. 5T. Superior street. Cleveland, 0.
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
Pitts! nrgh. Pa. Established in 1P40 Incorpora
ted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
Charter. boaad or tributes:
Hon. James Buchanan, Hon. Walter II. Lowrie,
Wki. Wilkius, I Charles Naylor,
M Moses Hampton, Gen. J. K- MoorheaJ.
P. Dt FF, author of the MNorth American Accountant,
Professor f Book-Keeping, and Com mere inl Sciences.
Jous 1). n ILI.UK9, the if st ofl-band renman in the
United States, Professor of Commercial and Orncmen
X. B. Hat n, Esq of the Pittsburgh Bar, Professor
Mercantile Law and Political Economy.
P. IUydes, Princiial of the Mathematical Depart
ment, ProlVssor of Mathematics, ice.
Mr. J. D. Williams has permanently joined the Fac
ulty, and it will he seen that, during his late profess
ioial engagements in the East, he was there regarded
the best Penman in the country. This Institution
re I ere, presents attractions to students otlered ty
other of the kind in Uie I'niteil States. The course
training comprises upwards of 4C0 real transactions,
sizdiRerent methods of Double Entry Book -Keeping.
3 practical usiness calculations, covering the
whole field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanshii. with eTerv modern improvement in
Art. Businesr letters and business forms of every
description. Daily lectures on Commercial Law, Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Profits, ecc. Dud's
Harper's tuition, the most compre
hensive in the language" $1 60.
Dutl's "Western Steamer's Accountant, a perfect
system for such accounts SI 00.
"JO Send for a Circular by mail. Toot 22-y
B. CANF1ELD, Comnission and
Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Denier in
Western Reserve Cheese, Butter, Lartl, Pork, Bacon,
Poland Pearl Ashes, Saleratns, Linseed and Lard Oil,
Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, jNos. 141 and 145
Front Street, Pittsburgh. Pa. feb 23 tf
pEURY HOTEL, Corner of Hancock
street and Du;nene Way, Pittsburgh, Pa.
PaorRiETORs : M. Jl. Markle, late ot XaU Telegraph
Office, Pi ts'-ureh : J.ibn Mc Masters, Ji Agf, formerly
lig e Hotel, Pittsburrh. JTj Wesurn Reserve peo
ple are invited to give us a call. mar 16 y
JOIflV p. UtCK. DftVID M ClKDLtM.
M'C AND LESS, Successors
tr L. A. J. D. Wick, Wholesale Grocers. Forward
aud Commission Merchants, dealers in Iron, Nails,
titans. Cotton Yarns and Pittsburgh Manufactures gen
erally. Corner of Wood and Watr streets, Pittsburgh,
MPORTANT TO CONSUMERS OF
MHITE LEAD 'FRAUD IN WEIGHT!
Pkxmtlvakia White Lead Wokks,)
PiTTKai ao, June, 54. i
The attention of consumers of W hite Lead i called
the fact tliat a larire crt.on f tiat article ground in t
is tow i-ut up in kgs urpnrtiis to cor tain Hi and i
lts. eacn. wuereas tb re a -(o allowance a.ade rr the
weight ot the kegs, and li.e fwi snnrr is liefrautie! to
amount. The deceit iuu cu easily be detecr-N. i-jr
weighing the diSereut maiiUiacturers' brand utlered
Durinr the past year we have made extensive addi
uildiugs. machiitery and stock, fur the
Rimurirtlirx nf I-.v.r t.f i t joa f U l.il LA.,I , -a,..
U9 to supply Uie demand f -r our articles. We
guarantee all lead bearing our brand to be otrietio pure
entirely free from any adulteration whatever, and
exce!ldfor fineness and whiteness, by any made in
Our lead, ground in oil, is put up in handsome iron
bound kegs, of 25, 50, ID. -W), 31:0 and 5(H) pounds
and every keg containing the quantity of lead
it purports accurate tare being always allowed
is a well known fact, that the vnrious qualities of
branded "Extra." No. 1 and No. 2. are largely
adulterated with substitutes which are not calculated
answer the same purpose. And there are manufac
turers, claiming respectability for themselves, and
confidence in ineir article, who brand their kers
their own names, "Pmre tf kite .eeaitboii-h f
never turn out a single keg without a cousidcrb.e
adulteration ol K&rytes.
Au-. 9im B, A. FAHN EN STOCK Co.
CITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CLEVELAND. Cliartered January SI, IhH.
M. IIugT.es, C. W. Seymour. Jnsiah Fogtr,
Josiah Stepl.euson, A. W. Fairl-anks, Robert Reiliy,
L. Cmwell, S- B. Shaw, S. II. Fob.
Franklin Chase, K.ChamterIin, J. Finlayson,
Jonw IlrcREs, President. S. B. Su&w, Secretary.
W. StiMortt, Vice I'rps'U Frakkun Cuasc, Treas
urer. This Company Insures against loss or damage by Fire,
the perils of navigation.
Policies issued i y J F. ASPER, Agent.
arren. June 7. Ir'SsV-y
pURIT y7hE ALThTh A PPINESS
Wairr Is rendered poisunnas lv passiiiir thronfrli
material sui.ject to tlreay an.1 disssululion.suca aa
nf snoJ. ir..n an-! lead. Prof. J. V. K inland aoi
distinguished c' emists.ro so far as to condemn
practice of supplytT.; animals with water taronzli
Mil.st.nrn. andearuestlv reconmiend Uie sTOSg
I'VMP and WATER VJVK.
The audersined is emtensirely eneaeed at Newteo
in ntamdacturilis; saiil articlvs. ilicludiuf also
twueware, having a factory driven liy steam wwer.
is preiared to lil! oriers at wholesaltvor retail on
liberal terms. The Water Piie is ailmiranvjr aUled to
carryine fluids of all sorts, draininir cellars, irripating
.c. It is also for sale I y the lloyts.at Warren,
Also, for sale, a valnaMe WATER rOvTF.lt, with somt
acres of land. Factory Bui id ires. Dwelling, etcetc
ahnmtvo miles oelor Lowell, Mahoning a.,0. . I
May 17. Iti4 sf J. A. f aLFATZK.
VO HUMBL" gTN0SSINGT !
X Bat a plain, true declaration of farts, which any
bo.ly can aseertnin ty cal'..nc at the Old Hea4 Quarters
f.r KKA1V M.M'St LOTIi i N 0.
My J. Goldstein, (Miecessnr t llorcantem ox Broth
er.) Oak Front, Uig No. 13, Main street, Warreu. O.
1 hare just receivetl, and atn now npnius, my Kail
and l iiner stock of Hr.Iv .Wa.ie Clothing. Cloths,
Cassimeres; Vetinpf, etc., tujreiUfr with every rariety
of FuriiiMhing Ooois. I would sinily remark thai
from the extremely low fibres f woolen gootii lUtst, 1
hare Inren ii:iluce,i tof-urche
1KJI BLE MY L'STAL AMOVNT OF GOODS !
And the je that are acr,uainted with my mode of doins
business, nre well nwnre thit 1 will
JTf'N EVKK BR rXnKKPOLD !cO
I do cot hare my Clc.thfnr uile up y any establish
ment in the east, nor did I come from tliere myself.
But I import siy own G(mxIs. iml ! y purrhasintt from
first hands, am enabled to furnish all atricles in n.y
line at New-Vork prices! I am not in the hatiit vi
running down any ho-ly. nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks whn m:i1 n me take my rerene in
Which, from my suenor facilities in Laying, lam
aliuudantly aMe to do.
As iiuotinp prices seems to be fashionable. I will in
troduce the following- programme, to be run durinc the
season, or until the small dealer aont town come
down to ry figures via: Full suit f Clothes. Coat,
Pafcts and Vest, for $janu upirards. A coodOver Coat
By jlieconl.cor.sistii- of Coals for $1.50. and Pants
for .j cents ! Il.itsai. I Caps or every stvle and varictv,
chcaier than the cheat-eat. Colbrs. Cravats. Tie's.
Sc-arl's. Itilei-hina anil t)rn-r Kl.i. I 1
collr"1- Iu short, a c.n.pl-lr assortment of evervthine
lu my line, and ail I ask Is an inspection of my foods
and prices liefore buying elsewhere. I am now the
ohlost CI. 'thine Establishment in Trnml ull Co.. and
have increased my husiness every year. 1 have stood
all the shocks tiiat have been brought to bear acainst
me, and have lived to see many ot niv comiietitors
" shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to rcnieuuVr
that by aimine at one ohiert. I have ,.rr.w in
1 . . -
P' "e price or my goods
10 iue iowei liirure nt snwii a mu ei;..u
CLOTIIIN'O MAPR TO ORPKR!
Mannfnctured -y tip top workmen, and warranted tn
fit ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
No, 15. Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
V1WUHU5- j nm i-cunn 10 eii lower
Tn.AN ANY BODY ELSE PARE PELT. !
Come and see ! Heinenibcr the place Hip JCo. 13,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store sooth of Uie Post Office,
west side of Main street, Warren, 0.
Oct. If, '54. J. GOLDSTEIN,
TOOK OUT FOR THE
OHIO CIX1TIIISG STORE. JCe. 1? '"St?
Main Strret. H errem. Ohio.
The subscribers would inform the customers and the
public in jrcnerat. that we hae now on hands, and are
constantly manufacturing a full and complete stock of
Fall ami Winter Clothim for Jlen and B',
which, owing to the recent decline in pr-cei will and
are hound to be sold a Hi tie Chreprr then the Cheem
We have on band a lane stock of Over Coats
Ire!.s and Business Coats of all kinds : Pants and'
Vests of every quality, style and color now in ue
RuLher Over Coats, t nder-shirn. Drawers. Fine White
Shirts. Collars. Cravats, and in fact everytbine kept in
an Establishment of the kind
Wealsohaveon hand a lar'ce slock of Cloths Casi-
meres. Vesting,. cM to sell or make np to order on
the hnrtest notice
ITT Warrante.1 to fit or no sale. I
Gtl. one and all. yon are res,tfully invited I
call and examin our Oools and prices before pnr- I
chine elsewhere. V,,,
Warren. Nov. 1, JF54.
. .. , 71 .
J. REAT OPE I!N (i OF FALL AND
T WINTER READT WADE CLOTIIINO. HATS.
CAPS, Slc. It nvm l-een clearlv demonstrated in
. . . ... -
renerous and ilisrerninr pul lie tliat JoB L. Wens si
Co.. H Market St.. is the lecitimate place to purrliase
Fall and Winter Clothine. Hats. Caps, and in short.
i .n.i mier lointne. jiats. laps, ami in short.
kinds of tientb men's wearinc apparel at prices
t .1 . ' '. . .
that throw all l alliiie- competitors in the shade.
Havirc said this we now l ee leave to announce to
the citizens cf Warren and snmmndinjr country, that
we are just receivine our WINTER STOCK, and are
prepared to snrply all who wih articles in onr line on
the LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH TERMS
the tiires will allow. We have a (Treat variety of
P.eady Made Clothing of all cnalities and styles, and
is a common talk about Town that onr stock oh
Cloths. Casimere. and Goods Eenerally, for onr cusf
torn trade far outshines anvt.'iinr in the market, whic-
cut and make np at short notice, in a style superior !
ii.viniiir "aoe in mi? section or countrv.
Also. HATS and CATS in preat varieties. And w,
wouM Tarticnlarly call attention to onr fine Silk Hats
and Silk Plush Caps, which in neatnens and stvle. are
nneitnaled. ICf So ca'l. eaamine and inip for
yonrsrlves. JOHN L. WEEKS t Co..
Wirren, Nor. 1. If54. 14. JHerlrt Street.
MERirAN ARTISTS UNION.
annource to the citizens of the Tnited Suites and the
Canada, that for the purine of cultrticff a taste f..e
fine arU thrnnghtut the country, and with a view of '
enaonnc every lamily to tccome possessed of a gallery
BY TIIE FIRST ARTISTS OF TIIE AGE,
They have determined, in order to create an extensive
sale for their Engravings, and thus not only to give
employment to a large nnmier of artists and others,
inspire aaiong ur conrtrymen a taste for works of
to present to tne purchasers of their engravintrs.
when J50,H of which are s.!,
250.fCO GIFTS, OF TIIE ACTfAt COST OF $150.CC0
Each purchaser of aOne Dollar Engraving, therefore
receives not only an engraving richly worth the money
ut also a ticket which entitles him to one of the Gifts
when they are distributed.
For Five Don s. a hi -lily finished Engraving,
beautifully PAINTED in OIL. and FIVE GIFT TICK
ETS, will be scut; or Five Dollars worth of splended
Engravings can be selected from the Catalogue, and
sent l-y return mail or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a specimen of
of the Engravings, can Le seen at the office of this
or each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
sum, and a Gift Ticket, will immediately be for
AG E X T S :
Tie Cou-mittee believing tliat the success of this
Grea. National Tl ndertakine will 1-e materially promo
h. th tnmrpy and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such
the most lil-eral terms.
Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending
(post paid.) $1, will receive y return of mail, a One
Dollar Enicraving. a Gift Ticket. a Prospectus, a
Catalogue and all other tiece-ary Information.
On the hnal completion or thenle. the tufts will he
placed in the hands of a Comittek of the Pram
be distributed, due notice of which will be given
throughout the United States and the Canada.
LIST OF GIFTS.
Marble Busts of Washington, at - . $100 $10,000
" Wet ster,
elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid i
gilt frames, size 3x4 ft. ench,
elegant Oil Paintings. tfs3 ft. each.
steel plate Engravings, brilliantly;
colored in oil, rich gilt frames
S4x30 inches each.
elegant steel plate Engravings.'
colored in oil, of the Washington,
Monument. 2Uv.?6 inches each,
33?.xi() steel plate Engravines. from
100 dill ere nt plates, now iu posses
sion of and owned by the Artists
Union, of the market value of from
50 cents to tl each.
first-class Dwelling, in 31t t X. Y. City,
Hunting Lots in HX)n-l 101st &U.,(
X. Y. City, each 25x100 ft. deep,
iilla Sites, containing each HUM)
sq. ft. in the sut urhs of X. Y. City,
and command t n g a magn t ficent
view of tlie Hudson River and
Long Island Sound, at
perjetual loans of cash, without
interest or security, of $0.0 each,)
44 50 44
MM U ZQ U
- J U
Reference in regard to the Real Estate,
Co., Real Estate Brokers. New York.
F. J. Tvm hk
with money enclosed, to be addressed,
J. W. UOLHROOKE, Secy,
5t Broadway. N. Y.
JTTThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now reads
delivery. Uov 15, 54-6m
V0UNG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
HUDSON THE FALL SESSION of this Id.
stitution will oen ou Monday, the 11th day of Septem
TUITION CHARGES :
Elementary branches, including I'. S. History,
Watts on the Mind, etc., per quarter of 11
Piano or Mclcdeoc, :M lessons -Use
Drawing or Painting in Water Colors, per qr..
Painting, per qrM .....
3 tMJ ;
In order to meet the expressed wants of the comma
for larger accommotlatious and to adaiit the course
instruction mure perlet tiy to the age and attainiaeats
been constituted, for which a convenient room has
secured adjacent to those now occupies I. and is
successful operation. The tuitioa charges in this de
jartmei.t will be Three Dollar.
Parents or iruardians and other friends of education
respectfully invitfd ft vi-.it the l::.ti.ution at any I
during the V..v wkrioi:s which iua wit their
JTt Pupils are sie.-Uliy re;uesteI as thry would ;
satisfactory progres in their autuics, tu be prcs-
on the firt day of the term. ,
Hudson, April 4, lf4. .
Having bad some oportur.ity to become acquainted
the present Priitciil and assistant in Uie Young I
ni-v .if Hn.in n.i ti..ir.iiH4i,r,.i i-i. .
Seminary of Hudson, and their successful ialtors
commencing and conducting tl thus far, we take
pleasure in confidently recommending the Institution
the fiatronage of the community as one in which may
secured the lienent of a thorough, elevated and re
fined education fur young ladies in a suerior degree,
congratulate the people of Hudson aud the vicinity
the establishment of such a Seminary under so
auspices We are happy to know that it is io
to provide in this Institution Uie means and fa'
of an education cf tlie highest order.
. K. PI KKCE. Pres. W. J. W. SMITH.
II. S. I)AV, tt. Col. W.M. 11. itSIOS3.
. P.JIMIMI S, KEV. J.C IIAkT,
BKV.N. BAKKETT, lioN'.V.R.lll MI'REr,
N. P. MOUR, KKV.T. li. FA1 KCII ILK,
A. BREWSTER, KEV. 1IAUVEV COK.
Hudson. April M, j
RESCO HALL RESTAURANT.
WILLIAM OREKN. ACKNT.
The Tatrons of this i..ul;r anl fashiouade Saloon,
all repudiated the credit jvMcio, aud are living
for their refreshmert-. They say, Wireen has
to dc t keep everythitrg in order and serve his
customers without making tickets, charging oysters and
refreshment, drawing oil accounts, and shinning
about town for m-u-y tht. has been ticketed for a
or so," and run oz.e or two and three years, and
getting anything d.mt pay, and they won't let him
so any more: tiS.itleiuen, your arrangement suits
Slick t the text; y as you go, and all my time
including that portion of it which h is heretofore been
in fruitless efforts to collect money shall be de
voted to your comfort. My house shall he set In order
for the better accommodation of my cash cus
tomers. l"xeel!irtr, shall be my nmtt.
arren, Blarch sTT, 154. WM. 0REEX, Agt.
ENTISTRY. Dr. J. C,
to the citizens of !
would rcsi'ectfuHy announce to the citizens of !
arren, and to the pu'-hc.tnat he will rtill be found at I
Koomi over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
operation that may be required of the Dental profession for
an elegant and durable matiner. lie returns histrnTTT-
for ) favrs. and aks for a continuation of ' I
same. All oneratlons nerformed I t Dr. B. will be I I
warranted to be what they should be. in evrry srn!e of !
word. J. n. Pl'RROrCIl?. !
I. 1M -tf. i
Also, Ink Powder. Carmine Ink. Indelible Ink, for
marking liuenn, Wrilins 8and, Ink Kttttls. etc.etc.
mile bv (may . K. A. SUTII s Co
tniivi rr,AflI PT17 rrmi'
LAUirsO UiUlIa Uill'L
to Crotchet and Fancv Knitttn?. A fw ennia
JEW-YORK BOOK STORK. The
Nck, Ukes tins melnol of luformmir tiie litixetis of
Warren and Tniinhuil county, that in adltou to the
stock ou hand, he is rerei.iiitr and nnw oiei.inz, a
COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW BOOK
Stationary and Fancy tiuoda as can be foui i in tli.
West, liis ptock of ll'ioks comprises liistot ies. Trav
els, Koiuanees. Encyclopedias, Rioeratdifes. Works on
Klocu'ion, Architecture. Atrricnlinre, Theoloiry. Cieoio
iry. Philosophy, Physio'.ocy, Phrenology, Works on
Spiritualism. Mystic Or.lers, Annuals and Allmms.
Also, all the new 1'uMicaliotis worthy of note, piles of
School Book. l:oth old and new, now in nse in the sev
eral school districts, ltidles from 5u cts. to $10, Prayer
ana uyuin ucks loran iei'oirin:itions.
Jl tEMI.K AN I) TOY BOOKS
In irreat variety. Letter Writers, Son and Dream
Books, Astrologers Hooks and Cards.
In this dejartment are otlered every description of
lioous, rrencn. American l.aitl, a ore, tap, uill. Let
ter ami Nolo Paper of he best uualily, and Envelopes
Compriine lrdjrers. Journals, Ktconl, Canh, Invoice,
Time, Log, Note, Keceipt aud Memoraudum Books.
AIo, Lopy nooks itr scliools.
Lithographic Print, M;ui. Chessmen and Bwird
Poniinoe. Dice and CupS, Playing and Printinir Carls.
I'a)-er ei-rlits.t itlendar. letter Clips and Hi 1 holders,
Addre CanU, Pln.n, tiilt, Kmimsiteil and Illumined,
Card Cases. Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
lraing Books. Cards, P.i)er and Drawing materi
aU. Inks. Writing Fluids. Pens and Lead Pencils.
Lea-es, Wire, Pper. etc., for Artificial Flowers, and
a larce assort raer.t of Knclish, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Papers from Bontnn, New
'rk and Philadelphia, Periodicals. Harpers Putnam's,
Graham's, G.dey and Methodist National Magazines,
Llies Book of Fashions and Yankee Notions.
The purchasing Community will find always on hand
a large stock from which to make their selections, at
extremely low prices for cash on It. at the New York
ihjur i ' - u
Hook More. ao. M J, Alain street, a few doors south of
We Post Oftice.
1th. 1854 R. A. A. BALDWIN.
OSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
JtP. ON IIIIiH PKICES'! At BaaTI.STT
Drokk's BOSTON CLOTIlIXt 1I0FSE, in the New
We are now exhibiting the richest, cheapest and besl
lot or II.OTIIIAU. at rtholesale and Retail, ever
brought to this market, comprising lress, Krock and
Business Coats. Overcoats, Pants and Vests, of every
variety and style conceivable. To test the truth of our
assertion we will rive yon prices and you can corns
and examine for yourselves.
A FI LL PI" IT, Cost, Pavrs and Vest. $C50, with
an Overcoat to match for 84. Also, a rich stock of
Roys' Clothing; Coats for $J, with Hants to match for
81. Also, a complete stock of HATS and CAPS, com
prising every style and quality. We. have also a full
toclt of Oeutlemen JorniihrnR t.oods. and alarm
stof k BwtlJ; Cassimeres and estinrs, neb
and nrr' of lht UtrM mml B""t '""'onal.le styles
CARD. The Proprieters here take occasion to rs-
their 'ncere tbaiiks to the people of Warren ard
th.e. urr0!"',n cpontry. for the renerons patronan
't'T "" h."hmo "". "". nd res)wct-
fully iU 0'""- 'eline certain that their
TOO,l' 'or ' 1l'ty nd cheapness, cannot lw
equalled in this section of country. Our s;ools are all
Wi"r,",e,, to of J"""""1' " made, and lo
'T5 'ood, ?fT,ce. We nl':'1,,,. " P"" '"'
FOOds, and that a just one. believine; it a oor policy
"rt l"fi"e'l' Piml fn.m one person ts
7 JT S" V
","t' lcj4' to. W . BKUW
I S3M). WORTH OF GIFTS, for the sul.seri-
lleratothe MAMMOTH PICTORIAL or the Whol
' published simuluueously in the three cities of
?"w Vork' Philadelphia and Baltimore, as soon as
. il I. Ml cn ,u. m ... ... A - 1 ....: I
3CU.00U subscriptions are obtained ; and bavinr al
reaily an actual circulation of alout 2ls.MH), it is now
certain re distribution trill Soon tele plate.
" . , -
?r T" V'?.?1 '"""'-J
Prof. ll;ipt a I r.n.;..
Anions: tne extraordinary uvr or aim, Cbeins; on.
Prof. Hart's Elefraut Counirr Seat.valued at
A Maguiticei t City Residence
A Cash Loan fr 100 years, without interest
Building Lots, Elegant Piano Fortes, Melo
deons, Gold Watches, Bracelets, Rings,
Roks of Travels in the Old and New
World, by Prof. Hart : Real Estate. c.
4kc. Atc in all numleriug 0,0b0 Gifts,
Every single remittance of $1. secures one year's
sabscriptiun jo the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL, and the
gratuity of a Gift Ticket, a hich entitles the holder to
one share in the 300.000 Gifts. Thu every person in
vesting in this stuendous Enterpriie receives the
full worth of his or Iter mcyiey, in subscription to a
nrt class journal, ('lie greatest and most interesting
Pictorial ut the age.) beside a Gift for each subscrip
tion, a hich may prove an immense fortune to the
For complete List of Gifts, and full and explicit par
ticulars in regard to the great Enterp"le. Distribu
tion, .fcc.. see a copy of Tint Wholk World, which
will be promptly sent, free of charge, where desired by
Tuk Whole Would may also he seen at the offices of
all papers containing tins advertisement, where infor
mation way be oLtained in regard to the paper and
Agents. Postmasters, and Ladies desirous of lucra
tive, and at the same time, genteel mplvfnent, should
not fail to see a copy of The Wrold World, which
contains by far the most literal inducements ever of
fered to a rents in the way of immense cash premiums,
gifts, commissions, eve., ahere'oy any person, with or
dinary activity, can easily make 8I,000and upvards,
per year; to which fact the a?ent we already have
can certify. Secure the Pictorial, and become wise,
rich, and happy.
Correspendents must write their addresi Name.
Post Olhce. County, and State. . and distinct, or it
willbetheir 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.
r r If any orders are received after the 300.000
subsrr liters are obtained, the money will be promptly
returned, post-paid, to the persons sending it.
irrAH letters and remittances for the Pictorial.
wtth Gift Tickets, must invariably be addressed.
post paid, to Prof. J. WOO DM AX HART, World's
Hall, Broadway. New York, there beine the av
uuice i or me uiri tinemrise.
But remittances for the Pictorial wrrHorT Gift Tick
ets.may be sent to Prof. J. WWDMAN HART. II irts
Br i l dings. Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa , there
being the principal editorial aud publication office.
lyATCHRS, CLOCKS. Jewel-
v ry, ttc. The sutcriiers have just re
Seivftl a laree stock of (joods in their line, which.
with their former stock, makes a very desiralrle aurt
eaeut ; anion? which are Gold and Silver Watches . Sil
rer. Silver Plated and llrittania ioon ; Breast Pins ;
Finger Kings ; Kar Kiuprs ; Gold and Silver Pencil
Cases ; M atch Chains, heals and Keys ; Scissors ;
Shears ; Pistols ; Pec aud Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks ; Razors ; Percussion Caps and Pills ; Silver
Plated. Brittauia, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Lamps : Lamp Globes, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays : Tea
Hid ColTee Pots : Communion Ware : Castnra : Cloth.
hoe, Ilair, Flesh, Tooth and Shavinz brushes ; Jlelo
deotis ; Guitars; Banjos: Violins; Flutes; Fifes; Ac
sordeons; Flapeoleti and Tamtorines : Hair Pins and
Comts ; Waist Slides and Buckles ; Purses : Pocket
Books and Wal leu; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a irreat variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The ptii'lic are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine the afeods.
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and war
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable exiense.
To our old easterners we tender our thanks for the
patronage the establishment has received for the last
thirty-six years. WALTKK KING SON,
Dec. leo3. No. 0, Main St., Warren, 0.
TULES VAUTR0T, Wholesale and
Retail Dealer iu Clotkr. Wan Hta, Jewelry, Sil
ver- are, and AKfT Goods, W arren, Ohio.
iiavmg jujti returneii irom tue eastern Man
ufactories, I brought with me a very large
assortment of extra-fine English Lever Watch-
in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also, a sonerior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds.
just the thing for ti-ning horses. Also, English Lever
nan road iiuie Keepers, in silver Hanging Cases; and
larger stock of Detached Lever and Lepine Watches
than was ever before offered in this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry, I flatter myself, is a better selection
than 1 have ever before made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer quality, than has here
tofore been brought to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine my ntxk. Pedlars, and others, purchasing t sell
again, will find a large assortment, and prices tliat will
compete with Eastern Cities, a I purchase my goods
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for as
small p.ofits as any other establishment In the country.
few flue Double Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
sold very low. Now is tlie time for securing a cood
bar?ain. Call soon and see for yourselves.
Watches, Jewelry, Ac-, carefully repaired and war
ranted. TTr Engraving neatly done.
Oct. 7, 154.
VEW STOVES ! T. II. M0 RLE Y
i & Co. are constantly makinz additions to their
huge and well selected stuck of Stove Patterns, so that
thev are now able to furnish customers with the umii
desirable patterns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
weir aitrtn.eiii are tne muowing
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, No. 5.
du Improved do do do do
Th s Stave is truly the Fanner's Stove, for after an
unprecedented i un of flt e years, the demand for them is
The Wonians' Rights Cook Stove, No. I.for wood orcoaL
do do do do 'o. do
do do iin do No. 4, for W4mm.
Tliii I a nv n-ittsw,. nf ". I .sww k.
room Store, havi'ig to boiler hides and a large ca)t-
cion ven fr baking vr keepin
four t inch hui.-s for bailing.
n K meats warm. No. S
d isadaritd to small
f.iiui I iin. No. 4 has 4 ! 'i rh b-is f.r boiling, and a
very large oven, and I- n. t.rar- fan. i lies.
TJ.e " llai.r Up" S'm-, X-. 4.
no V !-n. i- '-vzt tin Io
ti-t t.TivM f i't-TTi, it -s !
in ttre-tt : f..r eal.
These Mures have i.-n- inch i..ib-r u.,- ai.-l rup--
ovens i elow i.:e Sre chamber. F r -l:-.
strenirth. durability and ecouomv iu fuel, these iijto
un-uirpassed. iht-y are perfect baker.
The fl losing are tome f their Parlor Stoves ;
The Cottage Franklin Coal Stove, No.
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the bite State Fair. For beauty and
Convenience, they challenge comet:tion, as the extra
ordinary salos this yenr abundantly testify.
The Cotue Stove, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. 2, do
The Jewett At Root Stove, Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannou, Coal, Box,
All kinds of machinery made to order. Store Foun
dry east of Tayler's Warehouse, on the canal. Machine
Foundry, east side of Liberty street, en the rat al. Tin
Shop four doors west of the Bank, Market street. War
ren, Ohio. jan 19
EAOI.B IIOTKL. TN- ti scriber would uke this
npMirtunity of inforu-in me c.tizens of Warren, and
fwrilic generally, that he 1ms iurchased the Eiqls
IJotcl, formerly krt l-y Mr. Camp, where hereafter he
would )e glad to sec his friends, and all who choose to
give him a call. The best arrangements will be made to
make his house pleasant place to stop, and no effort
be spared lo those n ho call once to stop again. To
old customers of die Eagle ht would say. do not
condemn a change as for the a orse, becanse yno were
well suited with your obi Ltodlord, hut givo the new
administration a trial before you decide.
Warren, Aug. 17, 1K3. tiEO. T. HULL.
A. FAIINEXST0CK& Co.' Pur
White i Leail Urge supply constanly on hand
and for sales too lowest cash price)y
Ang . B. A. MTTJI m Co.
I7RITING INKS, Ac Arnold's and
v v Maynard t Nuyes celebrated Writing Inks.
v v Maynard t Nuyes' celebrated Writinv Tnka.
received at ADAMS' Bookstvre.
K sereral new pntiar works. Prop in wh-u
havt time. mnr UT
FF.us. FR Tf!K ct'KK Of roi.rw rnniiiii.
"' I. l.r.p." I1I1I.MTOS J T IH. A?.D ALL
AH Kr TI..ri os- HIE CI1KST A.VB ILMin.
K.r Ilronrhitu.su Tjarfally prevalent in this dilute.
Uiese riafers stand perfectly unri val!c. No I'uiilx
Si-eaker should auen.pt to au.lress an audience without
in h.s preset. They luoricate the throat aiM facilitate
rt.t; .r. ... " v...aiv.i i ii t- i
de.ivery to a root atouishing desrrte. Professional
nge and all of Cnerch Choirs will exne
tienre immense benefit from their mai;ic effects. All
wno use them cheerfully tt stiTy to their wonderful elu
eacy. There is hnt one opinion of their matclileas vir
tues, in all complaints for which they are re?onimeudd.
One hoi will satisfy you tliat we cannot Selik too
llitrhly in their far.-.r.
lion. SAMUEL IilCIIARD.S)N". late Mayor of Roch
ester. N. Y.: Dr. James McCarthy, of Medical H ill,
Ihllilin; S. I'earsall, Vlfar. I.irhheld Cathoiral : K. Fres
n. Coal Merchant, of Hull KnclanJ : and thousands
of others have volunteered their testimony in favor of
Dr. LOCOC'K'S treat diicoery. A single trial will
convince the most sceptical that no medicine ap
proaches this le the absolute control il eierts over all
that fatal class of diseases which we have enumerated.
Sold hy all Medicine Dealers generally.
Oct. 4, 6m
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LiUtt Inftus. '.'.(ny pi M 'iAi.f pr tl.euiil.es
stroii,.-!,. luthoUPef th-.ti' U itcl it.di.-ttir tvpa
ntton of a.irpiri.a tott h. i-orn .l !.' in-f-re
ltM)Mi!-lU-. AllUMi; ii tlirr sr hp..y p:r k i in wno
IW1 jh riuct.tncr t tiavi-. ti.t-ir n.-u:nf ap I to tue
reouiuc. w-'.datl-i of any p-ni uLir rrtn-i . wit
sxar..ltir th may ap?r nc t f ic i:- tit l.i:U:rt t-m"e;
tUerarer.thrlH. fr-iutit1 ind tin ir nyj-r: ...
nf a tfttrr-K vi.i.-b t-;. I. in. i b cf inj w
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n-td -t tK 'jf iry-
all oummrnisoi. the e:t.i
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till .Vlia. iwlnm: h- j
hars-tparllU aid b-i-s ti' h.-iut i iur t i. tl.-y
trm a JviV- t.(uj.un J. .n.-i .-i-t .J-i. prt:::i snJ j
Uirouu disrxs-Tt. to wt.l- ii ii i- Ay Ai l,:
L. i A.t..I.. 3J.Il.
LOCMVILLS. Jut! A.
What Ir. I l. p'i' H V "VI" :t
LouiVall Marine ifll n. f f r tlt 'nr-,f,.'.m
I. --; i. Y-r h .Si-i.
I hve esaniiir.l the rrripiV :: ?.r -h- pr-; tl -n
.if Jobn Hu.l .-rv-i'iu--,l ad I' Ji- ' -M "
ii n t N in ct up Hi- --I iKl' I" :
tf.tit an alu-rn-.i . lpr.t.-l . -n :i:e - -n. k. t
u.i it tt. i: p t: II -- p - !" If i -
It l the I- rti.V ( nt-v i
M. P i- f. I.
rwi-b .it lb-4 Un l-.u::- Varn.r i-it.-L
Ten t's:ir- nv ti.s i-r -n- -f iit
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V i- Lav n-il ! r:'.
knn it u.-rs--t -
lia-a u -lt--i i "tli
and t.im' I.- Is- -dureniM
h I r-ii "
fir 'iu: ;h--rtuil nt.'t .h
to the a: i Ui.
til t it js3K
i -. ' lt-r
We wouK srr.'' -im:i r
Ing ith s-- ' f th- :- f-r "
Dr. Jcnn U'."i. -are t -u -1 ;
Jurf9l irr.iTi " f r tf.- -v:w T
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thst 'nxl v : I n-1
cie l:ul! -ffrt a Tri '
-It tl." tf!f tit -t it
I'i-jI. r pu ti-h lb- nti. -irl
llrealcS'-f u-looi-iin -'ir jw- rf
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l- - i ir s f tl
t;.- iHii:-'r 'f r-r
ill la. The amflit "f i-tr
f..ui-ts!;. !S '-t-r'd
r know rr-i ivtia-
i Dr. Hull arr.-iu
guished in!ii.'.... t m p.
.,1- life, has
leo perfet!v .n. r-Winin..
a,-1-r. J(-bn lfi;!!' !rin.-ipal ..fI"'-- Wt.i- filtn
EtrW- trt door JUiu. laii.U.. K;.
DU. JOHN BULL'S
PRINCIPAL O f f I C V. ?.
II BARCU1Y STHKKT. 1 l lITil STf.KKT.
NtW VcHK. I L'H.laVM.r.R
r svLr cv
BRU0OIST3 AND MEM I1A.NTS TIItiOl'-ltOVT Till
UNITED STATES, CANADA. NEXILH --ND
TIIK WEST IXDII'S.
' BOOT AND SliOK ESTABLISU-
KENT, No. 20, 51am blrrt.
J. Hcl'oonell ht to. No. io. Main
BtrMt, Warren. Ohio, have the (.leas
are of annoaurinc- to the citizens of
Trumbull county and the jhwi:c in
(eneral. that they are ntcivim "! manuraclurii.s; me
larrrst, cliepes anJ best asioruncnt ot ana
8110K.S ever l.roushl to the ttwtern market, wi:cn
tlicy now oiler tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at .nces
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cajito and
nuv-ur svsiem. ib.iw
Men's Coa-se Boots; Men's Calf Fes'd Imi. Uion B'U;
Hungarian do: " French Calf sew'd, steel s ki;
Kip do; " "Totalis;
Calf Pes do; Kip and Calf Brogana;
Bovs'Boouand Br-iffans. all kinds.
Ladies' Jenny Lind Boots. Buskins and Ties; Ladies'
Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, aud Morocco Boots; 1
in.i-.ni....... . .iir fiZl . i . ' JT
I d un.?nV'ZfrrWStMt',hK'''l
mu cutEhin-. anil nuaiijr result, if not arrcic.U in a
dist-Hr of fata! type.
Misses' ewed and Peered (.alters and Shoes, of all
kin.ls; Children-. Shoes. A:c.
SHOEMAKER'S F1XDIMJS 4t TOOLSALL KI!D8!
Morocco. Calf Skin and Upper Leather, aud every- ,
thlDf nsually ke4 in our line, which will He sold for i
,. lower than can be foondelsewhere in the ooumy. I
14. 143. J. McCO.N.NELL k CO. i I
HAIR GLOVES, Strips
fiesh Brushes, for sale y
Cllr' ,ur ruKnonary Biseases. withoi ttiii rsi
TI,K MBI11CATEU H-RCIIEjT FKOTEC
tn .u .,, . ...
- . . . 7.. . T,
JAR. AYER'S CATHARTIC FILLS,
JJ jnrt received and for by
A-'o E. A. SMITH t Co.
TTOOFLAD'S German Bit'ers, a Cel
April "f ,. . , fir cur, of .; c.mlaiBt.
HK CHEST. Sir AtlW Cooper,
Urt.. 51. !.. the eminent Jt lical PractStiw -r .
is left a valnV!.- Ii-arv to the w..rl.t in his WUN AT
1 l-RKVESTAII VE fOR Cl.N.L'Ml'TION a:.l unfailini
i - - -
siimp:i)n, Brunchili. Aithniru Coughs .Colds and other
ahictions of the Lung, which arifefrim the exposed
suae of the chest, according to fkahiuu, and the coutiD
a-tl ch.-inges of our climate.
"Tlie Protector,' U simply a chemically prej arcd
l,,r '"rtt nnsii ani pauueu. watcu. su4leniea irum
lUft n-L-. -,1V lh. ..ur;.a - ' k-I . -
lhs,. .'T- " 1. 1 fnAl
'The lrotecur." although l.ut recentlyintroJucJ in
to America, is maLioa rapitl progress through the
I'uitrt! Stau? he Canailas. South America, and Went
a.,i.m,.i .i a -v..
... . ..... .... cununrnt i k-t.;"
has jrrown in many countries to the position of an arti-
nemonstraie tnese facts enquire or any t.ni-iisn
resident in your vicinity of his kr owledpe of the ben-
ehcial encts of weanni the Projector, wrrHoi'T a
rorass to DocToatvo of any kind. The ct of wear
iur these articles is a mere trin, and one will last
"me yearn. No one who values the health of himelf
or his lainily will be without them. The Hospital in
thi country are not alone recorumendinir tlwm, but
raphlly introlurin; them. lUrc mrt, Bradley & Co.,
of laondon, and Manchester, Knifland, were originally
entrusted with the manufacture of the Protectors, r.y
the lamented I)r. Cooper, and continue to manufacture
according t" hi original" inniniclions, and therefore
recommend those who would wear The Protectors,
to see to their beinj genuine.
Rememlter this is a staple article, and no Patent
Oent's Sixe, - - - - $1 50 each
Ladies do. - - . l 00 do.
Coys and Misses do. - 75 do.
IMRCOt KT, BRADLEY c CO..
3? Ann Street dc Hh Nassau street. New York.
Principal Warehoute. 104 Wotnl Street, Cheapside
Lontton. Xanuiactory, 44 Market Street, Manches
II. B. dc Co. are establishing Depots for the sale of
"The Protector in all parts of America. Physicians,
Surgeons, Pruests, Clothiers, Ihry 4joo1s Merchants,
HaiU-rs and Milliners, also Gentlemen's Furnishing
Store Keepe.-a are entrusted with the wholesale aud
retail distribution of them, and to whom most liberal
terms are offered for their enterprise, and a splendid
opportunity opens to them for safe and profitable busi
ness UAKCOL'KT, BKADLEY 4t CO.,
3d Ana Street, New Took.
Sept. 20, 1854 3m.
DR. J. B. MARCIIISI'S
FOR KELIEf & CU&E OF SUFFERING FEMALES.
It snds preeminent fur its en rati ve powers In all
diseases fur which it is recommended, asoallj called
Of these are Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb ;
Flour Albus, or Whites; Chronic loflamatioo and L'l
ceration of the Wumh; Incidental Hemorrhage, 01
Flooding; Paiiiful, Suppressed and Irregular Meustma
tion; ftc with alt their accomjanving evils, (Cane,
excepted. no matter how severe, or bow long standing.
The Catholicon far surpasses other remedies, in being
more certain, less expensive, and leaving the system
in a better condition. Let all interested call and olitair
a pamphlet (free) containing ample proof, from th,
most respectable sources, of tlie beneficial results nf its
use; together with letters from highly experienced Phy
sicians, who have used it in their practice, and speak
from their own observations.
P. B. Pb aa, M. D.. l lica, N . T.
L. I). Fi.Eauxu, M. D-, Rochester. 5. T
M. II. Milds, M. D., Rochester. N. Y
D. V. Footi. M. V., Syracuse. S. Y.
Prof. Dt'NB.a, M. D.. Baltimore, Md.
J. C. Oaaica, M. Baltimore, Md.
W. W Kictxs, M. I)., New-York CitT.
W. PatmoTT, M. D . Concord, N. Ii.
1. r. Niwl.id. M. D., Utica, N. Y.
Kev. C. Baaao, Glenn Springs, S. C.
Phamplets to he had gratis at the Store of E. A. SMITH
Co.. Ageuta, Urnggists. Warren, O. Also sold l y L.
W. Mears, North Bloomtield, James K. Sexton, Youngs
own, and by most of th. leading; Iruggiacj in the ad
J r'Lrtter addressed to the tare ef JUr. Curtis
Hatch. Jlrrnt at Haeeene, Ohio.
To Da. M is. misi : I have been ten years troubled
with Female Complaints prolapsua uteri, and all tht
attending difficulties; at times rendering my lite sws
miserable. I have had the attendance of some of th
best physicians, with but little success; the most they
could do was to relieve a cure was out of the question.
For five months before commencing with your medicine
I had not been aide to perform auy labor, could walk
hnt . few fttr'l.a at a time. . n.i ir.rn.lv went nail a. tl.ip.
in short, I was completely prostrated, both in mind
and Iwly. and expected to drag out tlie rest of my days
in suffering and misery, lu:. reading your advertise-
ent, I was induced to try your inralualde medicine
called rterine Catholicon, as the last resort, lhad not
used it a week before I felt like another woman. By the
use of thrre bottles I was enabled to perform al the la
bor for six io the family with ease, and could walk any
where in the neighborhood without injury. Not bins;
but a sense of my duty to you ami to the afflicted. h.u
induced me to state my case to the public. 1 can safely
recommend the preparation to ail those aufferinjr like
myself. (Signed,) Mks. 6amam Asa Bisnor.
Freedom, Porta-jre Co., Ohio.
VTJ- B. MAkClllSl or Co Proprietors, Centra
Ir-pot, 34 Broadway. New fork.
Warren. June il. 134 y
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TUB ORE AT PIRIF1ER OK TUB BLOOD!
.V a Pmrficte of Mrrcmrf im it.
Lct tiic ArrLnrrau Hjcad isb Pondek!
An Infallihle Remedy for Scrofula. Kinxs Evil, Rheu
matism, Oitstiuate Cutaneous Eruptions. Pimples or
Postules on the Face. Blotches. Boils. A true and Fe
Ter, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald
Head. Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints,
Stubborn L leers Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago,
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from aa
Injudicious I'se of Mercury, Imprudence iu Life, or
I hi purity of the Blood.
TtlTUis great alteratire medicine and Purifier of
Blood is now used by thousands of grateful patients
from all parts of the United States, who testify daily to
the remarkable cores performed by the greatest ot
Mr-d'Cines, "0im"i arisisi AiiiTt'R-:." Neuralgia,
Rheuhaatim, Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, I leers. Old Sores, Affect ions of the
Hrdnejs, Diseases of the T h oat. fremale Complaints,
Pains and Aching of the Bones and Joints. are speedily
put to Hi gut hy using tuis great and inestimable rem
For all diseases of the Blood, nothin; has yet been
fennd to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all imparities, acts rntly and efficiently on the Lirer
and Kidneys, strengthens the Dilation, (fires 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 youth, to iu pristine rigor and
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than all the
cosmetics erer used. A few doses of Carth's Sr Ji
ts h Mixti ke will remove all sallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a re
markable dejf-ee, beyond ail the medicines ever heard
The large number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from all parts of the United States
is the best evidence that there is no Humbug about iC
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
public m -n, well known to the community, all atd their
testimony to the wonderful effect of this ORE AT
Call on the AoritT and get a Circular aud Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine unless signed Bejinrrr & Becks, Pro
prietors. No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, Ya., to whom
all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed.
Vor sale by E. A. Smith 4k, Co., Warren ; J. Camp
hell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown, Oh Hon ; Geo. IIszKtt,
Gastavu , S. W. Mears, Uloomueld, and by Dealers ia
Medicines everywhere. nor AJ-y
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Jaundice, Chronic or rtervous Jfebility, Disease
of tlie Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver or Stomach ; such as Constipation, inward
Files, Fullness, or Blood to the head. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Full.
ness or Weight in the Stomach. Sonr Kructtaions, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
uf the llead. Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations
wbcu iu a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Webs before the sight. Fever and Dull 1'ain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and EyesPaiu in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
ke.. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
Couduuit Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cured by
Dr. lloofland's Celebrated German Bitters,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSOX, No. ttO Arch strret.
Their i-wer over the above diseases is not excelled.
if equalled, by any other preparation in cue inuea
States, as the curs attest, in many eases after skillful
physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy the
attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching jowers in weakness and
ailections of the digestive organs, they are, withai
safe, certain and pleasant.
testimony: from ohio.
Job HorrMsa, Jeromesville. Ohio, May 3uth. 1853
said : "I write to state for your satisaction, and also
for that of others, that your German Bitters is what you
recommend it to be. a highly valuable medicine, which
know from having used it in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All who hare used it give the same
ns'iiin dm n iia tio li . "
STEPiirv A. MRALT, Canton, Ohio. May 11, 1833,
Isays: "Having heard your Onuio Bitters highly
recommended Irom sources in which I placed much
confidence. 1 ordered four houlesfrom Cleveland. One
them I gave to my daughter who has derived great
benefit from il ; two of the others I sold immediately.
and I would like you to send me a supply of it to sell."
Jnttn (jLtiK, Brunswick. tbio, ,iy rr, ir.-. says :
Your German Bitters have proved successful iu every
case th;U has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself great demand."
Thomas LrrrHFoRD, Covington, imto, vre. 'Jan.
lcCiJ. says : "My wife has been ailected with the Liver
complaint and Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
which time I have spent a great deal for doctoring l-ut
she received very little bete fit therefrom, and finally
the doctors said she could not be cured. Last spring
she conclu iei to try your Bitters; the took two bottles
ever since taking them she hits been able to attend
her bus iu ess, until very lately he had a new attack
has again commenced the Bitters. I have sold
quite a number of bottles thiou?h her recommendation,
and as far as I ran learn, it has given satisfaction to
D. Assott, Anstinbargh. Ashhula county, Ohio
December ith. 1K3, say -Permit me to ber testi
y to the "euurkale etticacy of your medicine In
cure of Liver Coniplaiuu For years previous to
takitig your Bitter, i ws sverev afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; so much 'u : I t- t not expect to live ;
by a free !e of yr iio.ae, thanks to a kind
Providence. 1 find myself entirely restored to health,
able resume my employment."
These Bitters a-e entirety vepetttolo and free from
Alcoholic stft-nulnnt and all injurious ingredients. mild
their operation, they strengtheD th system, never
,or u, by E A- ojith & C and Porter fc Co.,
V.rren ; O. liailrtt, iu.taus; i. 8. Wears. Hloom-
; j. Casspbell Newton 'al!s, and by Dealers in
Medicine, Trvwbf. oov i9 l44-j
ERCIIANT'S Gargling Oil. in 25ct.
50ct and S1.U0 bottles, for sale hy the quantity
retail, hy K. A. SH1TI1 fc CO.
March 16. '54.
CLOAN'S Ointment an I Condition
rowdera, fr sale by
K. A. SMITH tt CO.
Js:tnl!ee, Dysiei .a. and all diseases arising from a
'it-tt::i i ci ui awmw 11. vw
Maroh 16. K. A. SMITH It C
aim mm nappy u iniorm yoa that in bo ease vet has ia
f.iileti me. 1 have made aome s.ial cores of Larvng
Cle j ,tis and Bronchitis with it, and have comi.letelv cured
1 117 I S D O ii shll
1 T v . . ..".
1 .. . ...Jl ""J
i Sever conld this he saiil with
mor ,"i!. than it now applies to
. this resacily for affections of U.
in learuiuK and power, acknuwl
edce it suuremarv. while both th I
little aud the treat can feel Hs benefits. The liberal
minded amonr those skilled to cure, are free to ova
its mattery over distempers which hare baffled their
art. Those of exalted stations are not ashamed to tea
tify to its virtues, but deem it a duty and a pleasure t
tnus hoid out the lama of their experience to ta:r
MitfertaK fellow men.
iiuess the followinsf translation :
. VaawiLLiosviLLB. Li.. April. 153.
Jiona. ie Dr. J. C. Avra : I have of late, mad fre-
J . V ' " in my praciic-.
t one case of the Asthma, which had witiutood wfry
ovner nw-tiictne I could employ.
Accept, Sir, the assurances of my
JILLS C LA I'D (wOCiirET.
Late Surgeon of the Royal Marine. Franc.
Extract from a letter f Mir lliuister at th. Court f
the Sublime Porte.
Legation of the V. S. A., Cf.miimxorn, Turkey.
In- J.C Avsa. Dear Sir: The Chiiit PnToa.t
received from you for the Sultan has been delivered
his private Secretary at the palace, and you will doubt
less hear from it in due season. That you wer. so kind
as to send me has been given to friends, who bav. in
many eases, found it exceedingly neful.
Yours, respectfully, GEO. P. MARSTl.
Minister Plenipotentiary of the U. 9. A. to Turkey
Crtifoi, March 5, I S.
Dr. J. C. Avam : I use your Curxay Par-voaat. aily
in my practice, and am satisfied it is a remedy whith
mtst meet in every ccuntry the highest approbation.
C. W. JACKHKF.lt, M. D-,
Resident Court Physician.
Among the eminent Editors who testify to their per
sonal experience aud knowledge of the wonderful
cures, and immense usefulness of the Cussav PtCTO
RaL in their s-x-tions. wemav mention
Boairl.too Co. of Federal Union. Milledgeville, Ga.
L. Pattnn. Christian Advocate. Knoxville, Tenn.
J. B. Dobson, American Presbyterian, Greenvill.
J. B. Samson, "Democrat." McConiiellabarg, Pa.
J. Russ, Jr.. Shelby viile News, Tenn.
Harvey, McKenney at Con SUte Gazette, Burlington,
J. Koa'.b A Co.. "Journal." Reading. Fa.
Raymond. Harper t Co., New York Time.
S. Cobb. Christian Freeman, Boston.
Wm. B. Jacobs, Christian Chronicle, Phila.
Hon. J. WenlTorth, M. C . Democrat, Chicago, III.
Rev. E. O. Reese, Methodist Protestant, Baltimore.
W-M. Wightman, Christian Advocate, Charlestoa,
" jiiiriiuii, i me ieiia. . v.
T. M. Dunnell. Daily News, Savaniab. Ga.
Geo. D. Prentiss, Louisville Journal, Ky.
Hon Schuyler Colfax, M. C, South Bend Register, law
A. Commings. Christian Mirror, Portland, Me.
M. H. Bartlett oc Co.. Republican, Hartford, Conn.
These gentlemen have not only certified to thesw
statement in their papers to the public, but have sent
me their personal letters to the effect that they have
found my preparation an article of great public utility.
Space will not admit full testimonials here, but th.
ageuts below named will furnish my American Alma
nac, gratis, to all who ask for it, wherein are full par
ticulars, and indisputable proof of these statements.
Prepared hy JAMES C. AY ER, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by F. Ei 1.1111 Jr., Cincinnati ; R. A. Sum It
Co., Warren: J. Can.axLL, Newton Falls; H. V7. Coa-
Lia, Mesopotomia; and by all dealer in Medicine
Jjj-Bewar of counterfeit, and worthies, prepara
tions attempted to be palmed oil under a similarity nt
WT XOY4L LETTERS r ITE XT.
rPIIE HYDRO MAGEX, OR WATER
-L PROOF. ANTI-CONSUMPTIVE.
Manufactured by HARCOCRT, BRADLEY Ir Co-, 44
.r.s w... lhui, lauiv uraujr. g riuc i arcuouw, ItJTJJ
Wood Su. Cbeapsiile. Lonlon, En eland. Americ&a
EsUMUhmenU, 3 Ann Street and liTi TVassua Street,
The llydromacen is a Tsluahle discorery for protect
in? the feet from damp or eoU. uid therefore pre
rentatire of many hang diseases, without aoy doctor
ing vhatever. The Hydronuuren is in the form of a
sole, and worn inside the boot or shoe. Its medicated
character is a powerful pre ven tat ire to disease.
For Crentlemen it wilt be foam agreeable, warm and
healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather, a
tlie foot cannot become wet if the Hydromafren is inser
ted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled boots or shoes
in the most inclement weather with impunity ; wbilw
Consumption, so preralent amort)- the young of oor
ountry, may be thwarted by their fteneral adoption.
Th,y entirely superseed ove.siioes, as the latter cans,
thl: 10 pcrspir. in a very unhealthy manner; and,
besides, are not dangerous to wear for pedestrians in
icy weather, like iudia rubbers. While the latter
cause the feet to appear extremely large, the Hydro ma
gen. beintr a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiar
ly placed inside, does not increase the size of the boot,
or cause tlie foot to appear untidy. To children they
&re extremely valuable, as they may engage in exercis
with comfort and healthy eCects. Their expense is so
slight as to scarce need mention; besides, those who
pauronixe them will find their yearly doctor bills mucin
As Uie Hydromagen is becoming more known, its
sale is increasing to an almost incredible extent. Last
year in London. Manchester, Birmingham. Liverpool.
Glasgow, Leeds. Dublin, Paris. Antwerp, Hamburg and
Berlin, our sales reached 1,73,-100 puirs of Cork Soles
This year the number will far surpass that.
Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as a
preventative for Coughs, Colds, Bronsatuus, Asthma
Men's Sixe, per pair, 33 cents; Ladies do. per pair
30 cents; Boys' and Misses do. per pair, & cents.
Notkc From the Retail Prices we make a very lib
eral allowance to Jobbers and wholesalers, so that any
storekeeper may make a fine pro tit on their sale, whilw
they are an article that may be kept in any store,
among any class of Goods.
For terms, apply to
HARCOrRT, BRADLEY A Co..
3tf Ann Street. New York.
Pept. 50. 1P5-l-3m
"VTVAV YORK" HOOT A XT. RTTfTE!
J- 6TORB- 3tos-11 4k 13 Main Street. mwt
spring oas come i Ann so uas tne larrest. m 1
best and cheaiet stock of Boots and Shoes ever f li f
brought on the Western Reserve. Wi
D. H. WARREN, in announcing this fact to his bat-
rons, and tlie rrldnt large, invites them, one and all.
to come and see fortuemseives, for he feels confident he
cansuittltemwithany kind of good Boot or Shoe they
Purchasing his stock ofrahe Manufacturers for Cash,
enables him to offer such inducements to buyers as can
aol he found elsewhere
Ladies ! you like to have a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and -I
have taken especial care to please you l-y selecting the .
most fashionable, prettiest and most genteel stock for
ladies wear, that could be found iu New York; so all
that like the ornamental as well as useful, will call and
see end buy, before going elsewhere.
Gents! I have the best assortment for your use the
greatest variety of material, and the latest fashions, only .
call and see my Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Gaiters.
Children ! come. and I can tit yoa with any kind of
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
D. II. W. aguin returns lAunks to past patronage, aud
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boots and Shoes made to order and warranted
to fit. D. II. WARREN.
P. S. Dont forget the No. 11 Jt 13 Main St. Warren
PREMIUM CARRIAGK SHOP.
Can fie Id, Ohio. The subscriber takes ,
this method to inform the generous public, that he still
carries on the above business, in all its various brsiicbes.
and will make to order, any thing that a man may want
in nis line. Having a large stock or new material al
ways on ha no, and the best of workmen to do it up im
style that cannot be surpassed by any establishment in
the country, those who wish to purchase Carriages or
Buggies ready-made, can always find a large assortment
at my shop, of all qualities, and at all prices, and I am
not afraid of competition, from any quarter, especially
north. I would just say to all who wish to get a good
article, they would do well to call on this establishment
before purchasing elsewhere, for our work is of the besi
quality, and all-warranted
fAi.Mi.Xi and xiti.u.Miu done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
N EW BUGGIES in exchange for old ones. All kinds
of Lumber taken in exchange for work.
The subscriber flatters himself that by strict attention)
of himself and hands to business, he can have a reason
able share of public patronage. Thankful for all former
favors, he will be still more thankful for new ones.
Canfield. Max So. Ic53-s- 31. SWaNC
BANNING MILLS! FANNING
MILLS ! f The undersigned Uke this method of
informing the farming public, that still continuing to
manufacture Fanning Mills, they have so far improved
the same as to be able, not only to take out foul seeds
from Grain. better and faster than any other mill now
in nse, but also to perfectly separate, or take out, the
rot dirt that may be lodged in the same.
They can also take Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed in
the chatT, aud by once running it through, can make it
perfectly mercantable. Their Flaxseed and rat dirt
cleaners are their own inventions, deduced from meet,
study ami experimenting the past winter, and are soca
as are not to )e found in any other mill extant. They
invite mil who n.?ed mills to call and "xamine theirs)
before purchasing elsewhere; and as their mills are
always warranted, they can run no risk of being int
posed upon with a poor mill.
Farmington, July li. W. CURTIS dc SONS.
I AVENNA BOOK-BINDERY. The
L undersitrned. in connection with their Printin
umce ana nooxsiore, nave escaoiisuea a
BIN DEttY, where Book-Binding in every , '..
notice. Their Bindery has one of
HICKOK'S FIRST-CLASS RULING MACHINE?.
Blank Bonks ruled to order; Periodicals hound; old
Books ee-bonnd; and every branch of the business at
tended to in the best manner, and on reasonable terms.
This establishment employs the best of workmen, and
comparison with work turned out from other Bind
eries in regard to style, durability finish and price, in
Books and orders may be left at ADAMS Bookstore,
Warreu, who is authorized to receive and forward the
same. HALL, UEBJUCK ec WADSWOKTU.
Aug. 1C, l&4-6im Bare una. Portage CoO.
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON
M. D., rmrsAraTmr on Bur sic Putsicias a.ib
SrituKox, would resiee;fully inform the Public gener
ally, tnat he has located himself at Newton rails,
where he will attend to a!) calls in bis prt,e.iou, a4
Othoe or at yrtra'.e dwtlltnes.
Dr. M. will iay parfcui.w attention to all kinds of
old Chronic disease, such as lypepsia. Liver
Complainu, diseases of the Lungs, Kidney. ikin.
Brouctut.s, Arthmatic Aillictious, and all diseases
arisint from an impure state of the blood. Also all
diseas-s peculiar to the Vemale sex.
Or. Morton's remedies ar purely weetmote and the
moJer-eure, discarding poisons of every kind, both -mineral,
vegetable and animal. He will also keep on
har.J all tin.M of Botanic Mediciues, both simple and
compound; Tinctures, Syrups, Bitters, Liniments, dec
c. fur sale.
Newton Palls, Not. 2, .834 nov 8-tf-l
SPECIAL NOTICE to consumers of
Saddlery and Hani ware. Packard A. C... WW
and KeUil Hardware Dealers at vT-st Greenville,
wish to advise the readers of the "Chronicle thai
very iarire stock and fnll assortment of Hoods in th.
a'.ove line, can at all times l.e found at their MammoUi
Estahlishment. which for iUality or cheapness cannot
excelled in th. Coon Iry. Harness and Saddle Ma
kers in Aahtalmlaand the Norther) part of Trumbull
Connty. can save lisse and "mileage" by (uin( ta
Greenville. M .
Our Goois are birht f Jtannfactnrera for eaan.
tnerehy enabling- as to offer cash buyers every induce
ment. We will oolijrate oBTselve. to duplicat. any
from PirtsiMsrgh. Clevelana or Buffalo.
A larire addition lo the stock of Japanned, Brass u4
Silver Plated Uoods. patent and Enamelled Leather.
Saddle Tree. Carriage Triiaminars. Ac. an now am
vin for the Fall Trade. We will b. pleased at all
limes to show our floods to all wb. wish t buy, or "ax.
lookin around." WAKBJE.N PACKAKD al Ca.
Sept. SO, 1M