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THE SOUTH.
The following, from the jrn of J. RrevsLL Lowcli ia
pithy; read it-
We ciit suit the ufc-rn feucrs.
They're a drelfle ex!-'' et.
We aiast oilers Mow th- teller
When they want their iron het;
Mav be it's all rght e iirfchn
But m narve il ' i irr.ue.
Wen I teethe everre ca.ti.
O then uiggtr-dnximg STATES.
Ton amy U... of Freedon's miry
Tell they're purple in the face
- It a rnind gret cemetary
Fur the l Irlhr-rrhts of our race.
'They fin r-ant th 'ere Nebiaeky
So's to hix new Slar Sties in.
To a-Miae ye. ar.d to scorn ye,
-An to plunder ye like aio.
Aint it cute to see a Yankee,
Tiute such everlasting aim
Alt to gt-t Uie Devil's ....
llel;inoo "em meld their chains ?
Wy, HjM9t a clear as fieeer.
Clear es one aad one make two,
Cbats tl mi uuk black stave of nirgers,
Wn. to make white staves o you.
Wall, ga long to help "era stealin
Bigger lands to cnm with slave ;
Help the n-en that otters dealin
Insu a en yocr father graves;
Help the rtronr to grind the feeble,
!le the many ajfin the few.
Help th? men thtt call your people.
White-washed Slaves and peddlio' crew.
Ef r.l my I hx r-.tb.er.
We shou'd go to work and part
Thev tV e one way. we take t"orhr
Ga s t o il "t break my hear. !
31 n iiAd oug.it to pa: .uuder.
Them that Gel ha no wys jined;
' Ar.' I shoul ln gretly wonder.
Ef there's thou tan In o my mind.1
Splinters.
Difficulties a e ubetstones to sharpen
t nr f. rtitu Je.
Poverty wants some, luxury many,
and avarice all tliinLj--.
The more youHaujli the ha; pier you
will be mark that.
To compl nient vice is but one remove
from worshipping tl.e leril.
. To empty a houe oi blockheads
set two doijs to fighting in the street.
The pride of woman, natural to her,
-never sleeps till m desty i gone.
G asses reflect without talking, lasses
talk without reflecting.
The n an who courted investig-ttion
says he had niujli rather court a pretty
girl
Genius undeveloped, is no more gen
i im than a bushel of acorns in a forest of
oaks.
A pretty girl six feet high, gives oce
a good idea of linked sweetness long
drawn out "
The young la ly who was ' buried in
grief" is now alive and doing well. It
was a case of premature interment.
M n often make asses of themselves
' but asses never make men of themselves
. -how singular.
Dark Deeps. A negro on a dark
night, in a dark alley, looking down a
dark hole after a black cat.
Byron says the truest way to pronounce
Pol sh names is to sneeze three times
and s.iy tli.
- A thief being caught robbing a bank,
- when a-ked what he was doing, an
swered, only taking notes.
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How A COAT WAS IDENTIFIED.
In a justice's tou:t in Boston, a case
was recently decided in a novel way.
A coat was in dispute, and iheeridenca
m as direct and positive for loth claim
ants ; the parties were Irish, and full
of grit, " ready to tpend all they had,
rather than to give up beat " The af-
fair had been carefully examined, and
the court was in a "quandary," not
' knowing who had th-- best claim on the
garment. However, a mom. nt b. fore
His IL nor was to sum up the evidence,
Patrick Power one of the claimants
made the foil .wing proposition for 6et-
'tTing the affair, iraid I'airick:
" Timothy Sullivan, now you say
that eoat belongs to yourself entirely. I
say it ismyown. Xow nind ye, Tim-
' o:hy, that both in us will t-ke the coat
an' look it all over, and the man that
finds his name 0:1 it shall be the owner,"
Done, " said Timoihy.
An ye ll stick to the bargain," said
Patrick.
"To be f ure, " answered Timothy,
and t yes, " rej ined the counsel on both
idea.
"Thin look at it," said Patrick, as he
passed the ccat into ihe hands of Ti n
thy, who vainly searched every part
of it for his name, and passing it to Pat
rick, boastingly saying :
"An no let us see if you can be
findin' your name on the garment."
" Ye ll stick to the 'greement ? :"
"Upon the honor of a man, replied
. Timothy.
"Thin hould on a bit," said Patrick,
as be drew a knife and opened the cor
ner in the coat, taking therefrom two very
small pejs, exclaiming as he hel 1 them
in his hand, "there, do you see that?"
"Yes, but what of that V said Tim
othy. "A divil a dale il has to do wid it
. it's me name, to be sure ; pe? far Pat
: rick and pea for Powers, be jabers !'
He got the coat amid roars o: laughter.
. Why b a man in prison like a dead
tree ? An. Because he cannot leave.
The strongest string known is a string
f onions.
I say, milkman, jou give your
cows too much saltiv "Whv how
pearance
Salt makes the cows dry, and tiiTi they
drink too much water, and .that makes
their milk tiiin, vou know."
"A SiIEXTIFIC MkI'ICIKB. "Slop!
stop ! did you say that medicine woulJ
care all end heal every thing ?" 'Yes,
ir. " ai.swered t'.e vender. " Well,
si TM1 . V.,.rtl. f,..l.nnliii.Ji
tlien I 11 UKe a bottle, for my bOOt needs
heeling bad enough.
Some fanny things will happen in
meeting. A few evenings t-incc, a wid
ow, who was known by ilie entire con
gregation to be greatly in want of a hus
b in !. was praying with great fervency.
' Oh ! thou knowef t what is the des;re
of my heart !''e exclaimed. "A-m-a n!'
responded a brotf.er, in a t road i.ecent.
It waa wicked, b:it we are
" iliaf several grave ,mem'?rs
qui'e su c
flailed on
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SO? HOW fJO TOa KllOW h0W niUCh Sail
T . . . v J r .v..
I give them I "1 jtjae fro II Ihe ap- jLusc.
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01 the milk vou onnrr us laitiv: :
line.
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The Spenccrian System of Penmahshipinallitsforms, j
irU1.,,e ""f" !r h"'-p- K-Spencer, "
o Institution in America ofTers superior facili- ;
to this for imparting a due u and systematic hand- i
writing.
Clftelani gnsiniss.
1 OSEPlf R7 ALB ERTSOXrDea!cr
J iu Wa-n-nu.JKWKi.RT, Fry Goods, ate., C'"r
f Smpcrtmr S'rett and Pub lit fif a-are, Cleveland, O.
ANGIER HOUSE, Clevelmd. Ohic
a. V R. P. AN'IIKR Proprietor. ang3
J. P. IIOLKROOK.
J. LOIG.
T TOLBROOK k LONG, Music Pub-
A A lishers. Wholsale and Rct-iil Dealers in Music
and Musical Instruments, No. ltu Superior Street. Cleve
land, Ohio. Sulcag-eiiU for the celebrated STODAKT
I'lANO. maj IT, 6m
.I. M. CEMMIIWO".
UCO. HanrLESS.
I M. CUMMIXGS A CO., Wi-o!es 1,
Orocen and Commi.iion Msrchuitt, Dralrn ii
Foreicn Wires an-1 Liquors, Naift. Gliiss, Fait, Drugs
etc., Sos. & ItS Ki er Su A M uu the bock.
May IT, lHiy.
BR A I X A It iTjic B U RR I D 6 ETEngra
ve rs And LiiAOrai!iers, Herald lSlm-k.CleTeland
(Jiii.).
I'AITST OFFICE AGENCY, Xo. 4, Herald Building
Cleveland, O'jlo.
. a. aLcitiniiE. jan 1 ly jene skaikakd.
Corner Public Square. Cleveland, Ohio.
XXCORTORATED MAT XISTH, 1651.
THE OLD C OLLEGE has removed to
new and splendid Rooms, surpassing in teaaty i
and couveuieucc those of any similar institutions in
the Stale.
Faculty.
E. G. F0L30M, A. U., Trincipal, Professor ol
Science of Account,
i. BKULUHTUN and . HOLLlSTtK, Assistant
Profeors in the Book heepint Department.
A. J. PIIKLPs and JOM.ru BtATTlE, hrotejsors
'u Yr," v'V" I" Penmansh p.
... ... , " w.
Art of Confutation.
juii.-j n. jimju. i.tamw 4iciMi.li ..iuioim.
oanKinir. r.xcnance. ac.
II ,n. ;oil. t K ti.i.. 1 tins. 11. 11 A 1 ana r. u
jLjiLm LTcmrrr, 00 tgniav...
Bey J. A. THOME, Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TKKMS. IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, V Wl
For Mrparate in l'enmatihi , Flourishing,
.c as nr a re.;nient.
The dcsi;n of the Institution is to afford as rood ad
vantages as can 1-e had in any similar one in the Union,
young men aout to assume the resiiousible duties
the Couiitine Koom.and various mercantile pcrvtiits. j
SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS Book Keeping will I !
explained from a new stand point, exhibitine: the true -nature
and relation of accounts ; and the course will .
embrace some of the best practical forms of moiern ac- .'
couutant4. This science is often taugrht as if it wer? a
species of conjecture, ill which n.ultiplicity of forms t
m cn-tiriit.l fnr Yiriiifitile. arhitrarv rules for rea '
sons. and venerable precedents for ecuine philosophy,
makinc the whole field of the science a complete "terra
incognita." To produce p-od practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
addressed.
DAILY LECTURES. cVc One or more lectures will
given daily, on the following subjects Accounts,
Penmanship. Mercantile Customs, Bai.kinc. Exchange,
calculations, v orrei-imnoeiice. lunwrntn
ical Economy. Commercial times. Ba.lroailirg, ac
Besides the usual lectures on l aw. ckc, in Colleges ol
this kind, there will be others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of bnstuess, to
instruct on points allied to the course of study, and on
expressly on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENT L.
Thia department will I under the superinterdanee of
of the best penmen of the day. Business writing
!- taught uKn the new method of Folsom's Chir-l...,l,Mn-.,.le
.vMili. to the beat of an instrument.
.1 l......... thm -'-. 11 i . Mniiin.iil hanrf in mnrli '
than the usual time.
S. B. For particulars. Send for Circulars, Cata-
lopies. Ac and address the Principal. I
Tr-PA larce library will I connected with the Col- j
lere, containing the various works on Book Keeping, ,
Mercantile Law, Ac. to which the atudenu will hav
(.nor lo, I
TT OLBROOK & LONG, Music Pub-!
XX Ushers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
PIANU-FOKTES
Music and Musical Instruments of every description
jtKJand Jtfi Srprior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
List of Pianos . sale at the great liano-Forte W tv
roin:
The celebrated STODAKT VJAXO,un
equalletl for its rich and pare tones, eias
ticitv of touch and dmrabiiitv.
Liffht, Newton ft. Bradbnry'f FILTER STRINGED
PIANO, for which a cols medal was awarded at the
Chryftta) Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the Americas
Institute. New York.
Emerson's BOs-TON PREMICM PIANOS, the tea
manufactured is Boston, Mass.
In addition to their splendid stok of Pianos kepi
contHtit!v on linnd. II. t L. oiler V the public the best
AMERICAN MADE (.riTAKS. andalso imported (Jui
of tl:e best Si-auish and French patterns, to;thei
low priceil German Guitar
Rated Manic Pnper of IS, 14. 16 lines, etc., constantly
hand and iT.arufrtured to order.
VIOLINS and V10LINCELLOS, in every variety.
Strinesfor Violin, Vinlincello. Tenor Viol. Double Bass,
i tar and Ranio. Violin Bows and Cases. Bow Hair,
Bridges, Peps, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Mutes, Ros
in, etc.. etc.
Reeds. Drums, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks,
iiig Ilammers, Tuning P-les.
TrTDealers and Ileatls of Seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with every Article in the Music
I10LBKU0K LONG.
May 17, 1RM-Cm.
TATCHE, CLOCKS. JEWELRY.
CRITTENDEN'S. 2!l Su)erior Su Cleveland. The
oldest and most extensive establishment west of New
York, established in lftMi. The stock is als ays kep
complete. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
endless rarietv. from to 9?50. A larre stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
up expressly for Rail Koad use. Also, Clocks made
expressly for Stations. Superintendants please call
examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor, Sitting
Room, Bank and Oflice Clocks. Silver Spoons. Forks,
Goi-lets. eic. Silver equal to coin, and patterns
and handsome.
PLATED WARE OF ALL KINDS, LAMPS.
Fancy Goods in endless variety. Shears. Scissors,
Pocket Cutlery. Razors and shaving tools in eeneral ;
Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver Scta
cles, to fit ary ape ; Gold Pens, the 1-est ever made .
Communion W are. Willow Ware, Double and Single
and Pistols, and everything in the Sportinr, line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Ii.strunients ; a larire stock.
larye stock of Watchmaker's too's and materials.
Sly facilities and long experience in business enable
to oner inducemei.ts to thoe in want ol ixoorts in
line, rarcely found.
Watchmakers, Jewelers Ped- j
and Dealers in general, will find at wholesale a j
stock to select irom. ani prices warraiiiea as tow
can be found in any of the Eastern markets.
Reoimiiigton't Rifle Barrels, and Gunsmith s ma- j
tcrials, imported in large quantities, i.ap I'd, M-om
SUPERIOR ST. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
IHKf-TORS :
lion. J. R. Giddings, M. C. Pre. C. O. Finney,
il. Oris wo Id,
Reuben Hitchcock,
" H. D. Clark,
u N. S. Townshend,
W. F. Otis,
W. J. Gordon,
Lorin Andrews,
Prof. Samuel St. John,
P. R. Saucer,,
E. F. Gaylord,
Cyrus Prentiss,
Henry n icx.
rar-fTri-PALs:
tl. B.BRYANT, JAMES WASHINGTON LUSK,
11. DWIGUT STRATT0N.
racrLTY :
II. B. Bryant. Professor of th Science of Account!
II. Itfrifht Stntton. Astiorimt Prof, in the several ie
iarunent.
.. - . i Professora of the Stencriar
j. aanington LusiE.r Srrt4.m of Ptfnmanship and J
it. biencer, j Commercial Correspondence, j I-le
W. W. Harder, Assistant Prof, ln the Book-Keeping
Deraruaetit.
Hons. Judge Starkweather and II. Clark, Lecturers
Commercial Law.
President Asa Malian, Lecturer on Political Economy,
Emerson E. White, Lecturer on Commercial Geo-
raphy. termm .
a full Course in Double Entry Book-Keeping .
and other Department?. - 940 Oil ,
full Course in Ladies Department, - 30 00f
seitarate Course of Instruction in Spenccrian
Peruuuiship, .... 5 00 i
various stl-:S in Ornamental Penmanship as j
agreed upon.
The Princijuils of tliis Institutions design making it ,
of the ltexit mediums in the United Suites for impart- j
a thorou-h and practical knowledge of the active
duties of the Conn;ifig-Koom. and husin-s pursuits in :
general. Book-Ksreping in all its departments, as used
Uie most acconipusuefi ruixlern Accouutuits, will be
taught in a tliurouh and successful manner
This dearuneiit is under the iens jnal itupenntendance
one 01 Uie i-esi Accountants tn tne 1 mied Mates, ao
Mercantile College in the west poshes superior, if
lMUiM .au,,.. K. m...-
I'Jdmercia! Science.
Mr. J. A. Keilinirtoii.an accoirplished and experienced i
Accountant in various branches of Commerce and Trade,
aMiitetl in this D?partment. and will attend tn
uV .r.,, ..Ja40v...r, M.......b '
pucau-u nccoants, scc in a correct ana connaentai
jioainer.
i,on.m;rcial Geography is an important and interest-
branch, which has never until the present tune teen
. .i vi ... I - c.k.u.1.
s entirely separate from the
gentlemen's, and is nurd up in a most magnificent man
and convenient style.
Itusiness men can ie supplied with the most reliable
Accountants by application to this College.
r-rineipils ofthisInstitutionscanrenderelBcienl
the graduate, in securing good situation,.
The
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Tr-p)iend for a Circular by mail. an 19 '54 j
p COWLivy (late Co
IVo iwtiv Weddell House. Clvelai
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. Clveland, respectful It
te the attention of the cittaena of Warren and the
surrounding county, to his assortment of fine Watches,
Silverware, Jewelry. House Keeping and Fancy Ooods.
Their prices will h uniform and as low as any manest
lesman can afford. J.very article sold with betruta
fuly Qcrih,nd warrante l as represented. Re,ir
in all its branches carefully and promptly done.
3Iay 17, 1H54-Iy
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
FOR THE wnOLKSALE TRADE. Just received
30 jiackages Etrthenwareof my own importation direct
from the Knirltsh Pottr-ries. making one of the lareest
storks in the Mirket ; rmprisinr. in part. White Gran
Plowing MullerTy. flowing Blue, Light Bine, Plain
Common Ware. Also an exten.iv, aswrtmentol
GLASSWARE
1 ne 1 . . ' 1 1 iKinnmci i
the package.
My 1 ng evterlenee in the trade, enables me to offer te
Country Merchants better facilities than purchasing
their ware in the east-vn cities. Merchants are respect
fully invited tn examine my ware and price, which will
always i-eas low asirnv Jo' fcing H -ir.se in this citv.
Sim of the Cbina Pitcher, So. 134 Superior St.
Cleveland, May 31, A. S. GARDNER.
C" ASrlTcXsm BUTTERBUTTER !
Ml rash 4id tr ivc-t yellow Butter, delivered
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adulterated witft substitutes whicn are not calculated
, an,w n,, txmt purpose. And there are manufac-
turers. claiming rctability for themselves, and
,ie contldence in their article, who'brand their kegs
' ith .i. , -p,r, irs.fe .earf.-althoueh
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I XrtfM'Icil Soon
Bumnrn's Latest "WORK
Wa,hii..ton In ire's New Book.
Also Fl'TII HALL A Romance, by the world re
access. BOwrel "Fhknt Fr."
1I0EAC,! GEEELT-' Terk
d E.g e Hotel, Pittstur-h. V7W eat.i Reserve o
r. are invited to give ua a call. mar 16 y
(L'ltbrLrcl..
VOUNG AMERICA! CLOTHING
J HOCSE, 15C. Stperimr S'rrit, Clrrtltmi. O.
fwstintu BaoTiirso are now refemnic the most
spleudiil rtoek of fl.OTIIINO erer lfore exiiilte-l in
Cierelanit, or in any City in the I nion. which has all
heen ei-tten up with .articular care, for this City and
the surround. :i country trade, aul which cannot pos
sihly he surpassed hy the lt mrrch.mt Uil.ir. aid at
only Min.ii tbc moxct that is charged In getting
them made to onler.
$ ". only ia wanted for a Cloth and Cansimere double
Orer-Coat ; the finest Silk Velvet Vests eter sees ar
made in any Clothing Store.
Pants of the latest style and best make, of one thou
sand different patterns.
FfRNISIIlXO OUl3 of erery description and Ta
ritty. and tLc best mnde or imiirteti : and, as we are
round to keep YOUNG AMERICA AHEAD of ererr-
j tliinf in the CL.thine line, the prices shall he full SO
jer cent, less thnn elrewhere : and as partirnlar atten-
ition will lie paid to all who may "drop in," the abore
lacts will be s-ntisfuctorilT proven by
nor 22-4tnj S0SSEI1OHS BROTHERS.
"TTXIOX II ALL TRIUMPHANT'
J ISAACS' CLOTHING Aoainst ma World !
SVK Yoi IOf.l.fcrs 1KB BUT Torn CLOTHING AT
ISAAC JS 1SAj9CS Vnimm Hall, Ceeeerf, O.
The Pu' He areinviied to an lnnetinn of the superb
stork of FALL AXD WINTER CLOTHING now on
exhibition at this magnificent estaMiahinent. which in
extent. vari?ty. superiority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together ith lowness of price, cannot be
beat by any other Cloth in? House in Ohio.
Ista's lias just returned from the Kast, where he hs
rrociTCil su-h barcains 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 "coeterf hot ! and he will commence by sellinr
the bert Over-Ooat In the City for For Dollars ! and
Under-Coats, rants and Vests of all descriptions in
proportion, to took mut for fun ! and eome alone ererT
body who wants to be clothed, he can (It all sixes, from
men as larjre as the G'mmts that tmnd at kit 4r, to
little wee fellows three years old. and as his Mammoth
Buildinr is filled with Clothinr of all qualities, he is
sure or beina; able to suit everybody- Recollect that
he doe not wish to humHnjr the people with Eartkkm
Slo, VmK for 50 tr cent, less than any one else, as
he Aar , k . r. he wjM furnish his
mnam. .itll the ,st riothnir th. City, for less
money than they can purchase the nine kind" of Goods
rur ln ftnv ntner houe n the I nitert states.
GENTLEMEN'S VfKNIsnlNO GOODS of all dt
periptions for. leCheap. A lilral discount made to
W holesale customers ho I uy for Cash.
yr-p riothinr made to onler at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC a 1 4 ACS'
V'tcn Hall, csraee Sarrtr saa fjaiea Strut,
C'ereffarf. 0ro.
jr-PLOOK OUT FOR THE GIANTS. OI
nor S9-ly
K!
ING & COMPANY.
PUBLISHERS. BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS
59 Srrr S'rett. CVereawif. OH:
Hare recently made lar?e additions to their Stock of
Standard School and Miscellaneous Books. Blank
W'ork and Stationery, and are prepared to offer induce
ments to Dealers unsurpassed by any establishment in
the West.
By special arraneements with nearly all the leadinr
Publishers of New York and Boston, we shall hereafter
receive their Ltet 'nd most Popular Works statsA
faaeeas srif. fmkHcatiam. and can supply in quantities
at lowest wnoiesaie pricea.
Amonr other new and valuable Works, we are West'
em Arnts for the fotiowtnr. vu
PATE LEAVES OR HISTORIC CARDS Besimed
an confidently expected to furnish millions of our
bind an instructive and entertaining substitute for the
-itrtmine t inls" now use jo so stnrtlin? an extent
da NORMAN. o. TRIALS AND THEIR TSES
.y Liw-m.w I'nri ps. the well known author of
I.incon's liofciny." We can earnestly commend this
work as one of the most interesting and instructive of
tne easn.
IDA MAT -v Mrs. Smsri to be.
THE NEWSBOY' by Mrs. O.srs Smith turT,d.
TM.EWTI.D i t N. P. Wif.u.
TWENTY YEARS 07 AN AFRfCAN SLATER
Tenth Thousand.
nvitn TvifiB' vrw snpts op rrvmii.
AFRICA AND LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
THE REPUBLICAN COURT The most magnificent
National Illustrated Work ever imblishrd in America.
We expect a lanre wile for those last mentioned -
from the Press of Mason Brothers.
dec 13-tf
XJOTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
X GOODS. J. R. A! birthix. formerly of the firm
Cowres Sl Ai.kertso. has hist opened a new Store in
the New Block f he Cmrmer mf Suptnmr Street mni
in rssvic Sfmre. cieremt, Okie, where may be
found an entire New Stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
ENGLISH. KRENCn. and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER WARE of all kinds. Hwrrmmtri Pure Cat's.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWELRY.
All kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARF.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERIES.
In short, everything that is New and Dcfirable in
this line, may I e fottbd cheaper than can be bought
elsewhere.
IT7 STRANGERS should not fail to visit cs before
purchasing.
Cleveland. Dec.13, lF54-y
C TRANGE DEVELoTmENT. Sci-
entific men are daily bringing to light new Inven
tions. nd the march of progress ia onward : persons
Bald, or becoming so. will be pleased to learn, that sci
ence and long research combined, have broneht before
the greatest H onler ef 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 bad of agents. Price Sl.(a) in large
bottles. Sold by E. E. Hoyt k. Co- and Geo. Adams.
Warren ; J. Manning, Toungstown , Trentic Ed
war is, Canfield.
C. E. FISnEE fc Co- Proprietors.
march S No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0-
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Established in 1M0 Incorpora
ted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
Charter. boaxd or tbi stkes :
Hon. James Buchanan, 1 Hun. Walter II. Lowrie,
Was. Wilkins. I " Charles Nay lor,
Moses Hampton. I Gen. J. K. Moorhead.
P. DiFF.author of the "North American Accountant,
Professor rf Book Keeping, and Commercial Sciences.
Jous D. W iluasis. the best oil-hand Penman in the
mted states, rroiessor oi commercial anu urnanien
tal Peiiniai-iship
N. B. JliT' U, Esq., of the Pittsburgh Bar, Professor
of Mercantile Law and Political Kcm.ony.
P. II jkYDKX, rrinci-al of the Mathcniatical Depart
ment, Profosor of 51athenj.tics, -fcc.
air. J. D. W illikiLS has pem.aiiently joined the Fac
ulty, and it will be seen that, during his late profess
ional engag mints in the Eat, he mas there regarded
as the best Penman in the country. This Inttitutton
Uwrtlcre, present attractions lo students o tiered i.y
no other of the kind in the United Stales. The course
of training com nes upwards ol 44-0 real transactions,
in six dittrei.t n.etbods of Double Eutry Book Keep
ing. 34 0 practical I usiness calculations, coverinc the
whole field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
eial Peumanship, mith every modern improvement in
the Art. Bus i nest letters and business forms of every
description. Daily lectures on Commercial Law, Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Profits, dec. Dufl's
Bookkeeping, Hart- Edition, "-the n-ost cooiprs
bcn.tive in the language1 $1 5.
Dud's "Western Steamer's Accountant, a perfect
system for such accosts 31 til.
TTT Send fora Circnlw I v mail. fnov S2-yl
,1.
W sja I 1 VI'IPT r "I J
U. JAir ICL.U. ijommission ana
forwarding Mrchat:t. and Wholesale Dealer in
rn Reserve Cheese. Butter, Lan, Pork. Bacon,
Western
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front Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. febi3 u
L'T)DV LinTL'T P .. f tl 1. !
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tree- anu iwiuesnc ay, i niw mjn, ra. .
Pfoptiktom : W. II. Markle, late oi Nat. Telegraph
Mfl!re. Piiis'-crirh ; Johu SlcMasten. Ji Agt.. formerly
jnnic P. WIM,
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L71CK& M'CANDLESS, Successors
lo L. ?c J. D. Wick, Wholesale Grocers. Forward-
ing an. LUii3is3iun jerciiaiiis. ueniers 111 iron, a-is,
(iUsc, Ci lton Yarns and Pitts" urch Manufsctures een
rraily . Corner of Wood aud Water streets. Pitts -tirrh.
oet S3
MPORTAXT TO CONSUMERS Or
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UITE LEAD! FRAUD IN WEIGHT
PESKFYrVANIS WlllTB LED WORXS.lf
PtTTvarRQ. June, lr54. i
The attet'tion of consiiiiiers of White Lead i called
to the fact that a lar-re prtiun t.f that article ground in
nit ia iiuw t.nt tin in Leic mil miri iiif lu rotttiin l'."! and
50 lbs. each, whereas there i .o nlloaance n:ade for the 1
weiglit of the kegs, and the conrn-er is ut-fr-uided to '
Uiat amount. The deception can racily 1 e detectl by ,
weighing the ditlerent maimfacuirers brands ottered ;
sale.
During the past year we have made extensive addi- t
tious to our buildings, machinery and stock, fr the I
manufacture of lartre quantities of White Lead. f ena- j
u. --M.i-. n,t.H f..r .rtieiw... w
guarantee all lead learing our brand to he Btrietlm purt
aod entirely free from anv artultenttion wnatever, and
not excelled tor hneuessand wnitene&s, iy any made in
the United States.
fhtir Imi) Tfsmiii.l in mU in nnt tin tn hanflstntna Ipnit.
fccgs of 25 100 of0, 300 and 500 pounds
each, and everykee containing the quantity or lead
wtiicU it artH,rt-ccurate Ure being always allowed
for the packages.
jt j, , Be tno fact- thlt yarious qualities of
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uterntion of Barytes.
Aug. W im B. A. FAHNENSTOCK . Co.
plTY INSURANCE COMPANY OF
"L EA' " D',TC,,m,B!TR.rrr
01Lct- !"-SS- Aa2 SSSS
niBtrroaa :
John M. Hugtea. C. W. Seymour. Josiah Fogg,
Josiah Stephenson, A. W. Fairionka, Rolert Reilly,
II. L.Crowell, S. P. Shaw, 8. II. Fob.
Franklin Chase, K. Chamberlin, J. Fiulaysoa.
Benjamin Stevens.
Jonit Hronrji, President. 8. B. Saaw, Secretary.
C. W. Sktmoi a. Vice I'res'U Faaaaua CRasa. Treas
urer. Tliis Comtny insures sgainst loss er damage by Fire,
and the perils of navigation.
Policies issued by J F. ASPEB, Agetit.
Warren, June 7, Ir.'isVy
pURITY, HEALTH, HAPPINESS
i- Waier ts rendered poisonmia by ps-ing tlirougk
ai.y material u' ject to decay and dissolution, sucii as
pipea or wood, iron and lead. Trot. J. r. mriiana anc
"rZ''r.ui 'thrTh
tnes. substances, and earnestly reeommena tne aiw.o
I't Mf and Hill.il TIPE.
The uudersiened is extensively encaged at Newton
Palls. O., in manufacturing said articles, including also
St jew are, having a factory driven by steam power.
auJ is jircjared to f 1! orders at wholesale or retail on
liberal terms. The Water Pipe is admirably adated to
carryi-ir fluids of all sort, draining cellars, irrigating
lands, etc. It is also for talc by the Hoyts,at Warren,
Ohio.
Also, for sale, a valuable WATER POWER, with somi
P acres of Luid, Vactorr Btiiblinrs, Dwelliig, etc etc
about two miles rektw Letv-elL Mahoning ro.. 0.
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has been constituted, for which a convenient room has
been secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is
in successful operation. The tuitiou charges in this de
for jianment aill e Three Dollars.
Parents or gnardians and other friends of education
are respectfully initetl to iit tire Ii.ttitution at any
hour during the daily serious ah.ch nay fcuit their
filfilbfcUT.
N1
O HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
But a plain, true declaration of farts, which anv
body can ascertain by calling at the Old Head Quarters
ir sliui -ja Airr. iw I 11 iau,
By J. Goldstein, (successor to Uorganstern cc Broth
er.) Oak Front. Big No. la, 31ain street. Warren. 0.
I have just received, and am now opening, my Fall
anil Winter stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths,
Cassimeres; Vestings, etc., together with every variety
of Furnishing Goods- I would simply remark that
from the extremely low fimires of woolen goods East, I
have tveen induced to purchase
DOUBLE MY USUAL AMOrNT OF GOODS I
And those that are acquainted with my mod, of doing
business, are well aware that I will
JTr NEVER BE UNDERSOLD JJI
I do not have my Clothing made up by any establish
ment in the east, nor did I come from there myself.
But I import my own Goods, and by jairehasing from
first hands, am enabled to furnish all strides in bit
line at New-York prices ! I am not in the habit ol
running down any liody. nor do J notice any such per
sonal attacks when made on mf 1 t:ike my revenee in
UNDERSELLING THEM!
Which, from my sufwrior facilities ia baying, I am
abundantly able to do.
As quoting prices seems to be fashionable. I will In
troduce the following programme, to lie run during the
season, or until the small dealers amt town come
down to my figures vis : Full suit tf Clothes, Coat,
Pant and Vest, for S3 and upwards. A good Over Coal
for 830.
BOYS CLOTHING
Byjhecord, consisting of Coals for $1.50. and Pants
for75cenls! lints and Caps of every style and variety,
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars. Cravats. Tie's.
Scarfs. Undershirts and Drawers. Shirts, both white and
colored. In short, a complete assortment of evcrythi ng
in my line, and all I ask Is an inspection of my goods
and prices before buying elsewhere. I am now the
ol.iost Clothinr Establishment in Trumbull n.. nrf
have increased my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have len brought to bear against
me. and have lived to see many ot my competitors
" shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
that by aiming at one object, 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
afforded.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
No, 15. Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
clothing. I am bound to sell lower
Tn.AN ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL 1
Come and see ! Remember the place Big No. 15,
Oak Front ftrt Clothing Store south of the Post Office,
west aide of Main street. Warren, 0.
Oct. IS, "54. J. GOLDSTEIN.
TOOK OUT FOR
1 OHIO CLOTHING STORE,
Maim Strrtt, ff-arrew. Ohtm.
The subscribers would inform the customers and the
public in general, that we have now on hands, and are
constantly manufaetnring a full and complete stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing for Men and Boy's wear,
which owing to the recent decline in prices will and
are honnd to be sold a '' Cheaper than the Cheap
est. We will not be UNDERSOLD by any.
We have on hand a large stock of Over-Coats,
Dress and Business Coats of all kinds : Pants and
Vests of every quality, style and color now in nse ; ;
nu-iiier over i oats, l noer snirts. Drawers. Fine White
Shirts. Collars. Cravats, and in fact everything kept in
an Esta lishment of the kind.
We also have on hand a large stock of Cloths. Casi
meres. Vesting. Ac, to sell or make up to order on
the shortest notice.
,l - Warranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all. yon are respectfully invited
to call and examin, our Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. Too will save money by so doing.
J. FITE k. SON.
Warren. Nov. 1, IPS.
fREAT 0PEXIX; OF FALL AND
WINTER READY MADE CLOTHING. HATS,
CAPS, A.r. It has been clearly demonstrate,! to a
generous and discerning public that Jobs L. Wares Ac
Co.. 14 Market St.. is the legitimate place to purcliase
Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, and in short,
all kinds of Gentlemen's wearing apparel at prices
that throw all babbling competitors in the shade.
Having said this we now beg leave to announce to i
the citizens of Warren and surrounding eonntry. that
we are Hist receiving inr WINTER STOCK, and are
prepared to supply all who wih articles in onr line on
the LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH TERMS
the time, will allow. We have a great variety of
Ready Made Clothing of all dualities and styles, and
it is a common talk abont Town that our stork oh
Cloths. Cassimrrrs. and Goods generally, for our rusf
torn trade far e-utshinea anything in the market, whic
we cut and make np at short notice, in a style superior
to anything done in this section of country. -
Also. HATS and CAPS in great varieties. And we
would particnlariy call attention to onr fine Silk Hats
and S'lk Plush Caps, which in neatness and style, are
uncounted. f" o call, examine and indge for
yonrselves. JOHN l. WEEKS Co..
Warren. Xor. 1. !r"34. 14, Market Street.
4 MERICAN ARTISTS' UNI0X.
V The American Artists' Union would respectfully
announce to the citizens of Ihe United States and the
Can ft da that for the purpose of cultivating a taste for
the fine arts throuchtut the country, and with a view of
enabling every family to become possessed of a gallery
of Enravinpt.
BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE,
They have determine.!, in order to create an extensive j
sale for their Engravings, and thus not only to rive l
employment to a lanre number of artists and ethers, I
hut inspire among otir countrymen a taste for works ol
art, to present to tne purchasers of their engravings, !
u re oin.
roO.Wu GIFTS, OF THE ACTTAL COST OF 150.C?0 i
Each purchaser of a One Dollar En craving, therefore
receives not only an engraving richly worth the money
but also a ticket which entitles htm to one of the Gifts
when they are distributed.
tor MVS Doi.i.tRS, a hir-tily finished Engraving,
beautifully PAINTED in OIL. and FIVE GUT TICK
ETS, will be sent; or Five Dollars worth of sp tended
Engravings cm be selected from the Catalogue, and
sent by return mail or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a specimen or
one of the Engravings, can be seen at the otirice of this
paper.
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
that sum, aud a Gift Ticket, will imme liately be for
warded.
AGE NTS :
The Committee believing that the success of this
Great National Undertaking will be materially promo
ted by the energy and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such
on the most liberal terms.
Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending
(post paid.) $1. will receive by return of mail, a Due t
uoiiar ranrfraving. a "uut iictiei, a rrnspeci.ua, a
Catalogue and ail other necessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the tiifts will be
placed in the hands of a Committee of the Ptchssb
to be distributed, due notice of which will be given
throughout the United States and the Canadas.
LIST OF GIFTS.
HO Marble Busts of Washington, at - - 9100
910,001
iO.MMI
lO.IMKI
10,000
5.000
5,000
5.0011
iw - - ciay, - - - jwi
11)0 - " Wei ster, IW
K0 44 - Calhoun, 100
50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid (
gilt frames, size 3x4 ft. each,
100 elerantOil Paintinies, Sx3 ft. each.
100
50
10
300 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly
colored in oil, rich gilt framei-.
?4x30 inches each.
10,000 elegant steel plate Engravings.i
colored in oil. of the Washington
Monument. 90x6 inches each. i
40,0011
41,00(1
12,000
22,0011
23?.bMt steel plate Eiijtraviiigs, from
100 different plates, now in posses
sion of and owned by the Artists
Union, of the market value of from
50 cents to SI each.
1 first-class Dwellim. in 3 1st n.. N. Y. City,
22 Building Lots in HNiand IbUt sts..( , nIi
N. Y. City, each 23x100 ft. dt-cp, J ,'uuw
ICO Villa Sites, containing each 1;.M0"1
aq. ft. in the su urbs of N . 1 . City, I
and conin-auding a magnificent j
view of the Hudson River and j
Long Island Sound, at J
20 perpetual loans of cash, without
interest or security, of $250 each,
50 1C0
HO - 50 "
500 50.C0H
5,0C!
s.ocii
5,UNI
5, Mm
1250 20
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10.000
Reference in re rani to the Real Estate, F. J. Vis, her
& Co Real Estate Brokers. New York. Onler.. (,.o
paidj with mooey enclosed, to be addressed,
V J.W. HOI.KKoOKE, Sec'y,
St j Itroari.av- T.
TT-TThe Engraving in the Catalogue are now readj i
for delivery. inov jf-oml
kTOUNG LADIES SEMINARY OF
stitution will open on Monday, the 11th day of Septem
ber next.
TUITION CHARGES:
Elementary branches, including U. S. History,
tatt on tne aiiuu, etc., per quarter 01 il
weeks, -
Academic course. - . - -
Music Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lessons -
4 00
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8 UO
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Drawing or Painting in Water Colors, per nr..
3 UU !
6 Ml 1
Oil Painting;, per ur..
grencn,
J UU
Iii onler to meet the expressed wants of the commu- t
nity for larger accommodations and to adapt the course ;
of instruction more perfectly to the age and attainments
of the pupils, a
convenience. ,
irT Pupil are specially retfiiested as they would:
make satisfactory progress in their studies, to be prea- j
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April 4, lcl.
naving had tome opportunity to become acquainted
with the present Principal and assistant in the Young
Ladies' Seminary of Hudson, and their successful labors
in commencing and conducting it thus far, we take
pleasure in confidently recommending the Institution
to the patronage of the community as one in which may
be secured the teuetit of a thorough, elevated and re
fined education for young ladies in a superior degree,
and congratulate the people of Hudson and the vicinity
upon 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.O. E. PIERCE, Pres. W. J. W . SMITH,
PROP. H. N. DAY. K. Coi. W. H. SESSIONS.
DR. H. P. ASH MIX, RKV.J.C IIAKT,
REV. N. BARRETT, IION.V.R. HUMPHREY,
PROP. V P. SEYMOUR, KEV.T. B. FAIRCHILD,
A. A. BREWSTER. REV. HARVEY COE.
Hudson. April i, IKH y
FRESCO HALL RESTAURANT,
WILLIAM URE EN. AGENT.
The Patrons of tliis popular and fashionable Saloon,
have all repudiated the credit $ stem, and are laying
.run for their refreshment, they ay, "Oreen has
enough to dc to keep everything in onler and serve his
customers without making tickets, clwging oysters and
other refreshment, drawing off accounts, and shinning
it about toa u for money that has hf-en ticketed for a
"day or so, and run one or two and three ytars, and
lot getting anything don't pay, and they won't let him
do so any more. Oentlemen, your arrangement suits
me. Stick to the text; pay as yon go, and all my time
including that portion of it which has heretofore been
pent lu fruitless efforts to collect money shall be de
voted to your comfort. My house shall le set In order
now, for the better accommodation of my cash cus
tomers. "Excelsior, shall be my motto.
Warren, March z7, WM. GREEN,
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ENT1STRY. Db. J. C. Bcrbodghs
would respectfully announce to the riticens of
Warren, and tn the ulic. that he will still le found at
k. Prwis... n fcr4CA 1 1 -s 1 1 mUT Its will iiorfnrm ran v
nperatiou that may be reUirel of the Dental profession
in au elegant and duiml le manner. He returns his
(hanks for part tivors. and a-ks for a continuation of
the same. All operations performed by Dr. B. will lie
warranted to be what they should be, in everv sene ef
the word. J- V- tn. KruuiaAi3,
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XTEW-Y0RK BOOK STORE.
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X subscriber having purchased Mr. J. Marvin's
stock, takes this method of informing the citizens of
Warren and Truml-ull coun r, that in addkiou to th
stock on hand, b is receivi e and now opet tug, a
COMFLF.TK STOCK OF NEW BOOK
Stationary and Fancy (Jo ids as can be fnai-d In ths
West. Jlis stock of Books comprises Nistoi ies, Trav
els, Romance. Encyclopedias, Biographies, Works on
Elocution. Architecture. Agriculture. Theology. ieolo
jry. Phihv-ophy, Physiology, Phrenology, Works on
spiritualism. Mystic Orders, Annuals and Albums.
At no, all the new Publications worthy of note, piles of
he boo I Books, ruth ol t and new, now in use in the sev
eral school districts, BH-lei from 5u cts. to $10, Prayer
aud Hymn Books for all denominations.
J I VEX ILK AND TOY BC0K3
In great variety. Letter Writers, Song and Dream
uooks. Astrologers uooks ana Cards.
ST AT10NKRY-
Io this department are offered every description of
floods. French, American Laid, Wove, Cap, Bill, Let
ter and Note P:iperof he best quality, and Envelopes
to fcuaica.
BLANK BOOKS.
Comprising Ledjrers. Journals, Record, Cash, Invoice,
Time, Log, Note, Receipt and Memorandum Books.
Alo, Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Prints, Map4 Chessmen and Boards,
Dominoes. Dice and Cups, Playing and Printing Cards.
Paper Weights. Calendars. Letter Clips and Billholders,
A: Id reus Cards, Plain, Gilt, Kmlioesed and Illumined,
Card Cases, Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
Drawing Rooks. Can Is, Paper and Drawing materi
als. Inks. Writinr Fluids, Pens and Lead Pencils.
Leaves, Wire, Paper, etc.. for Artificial Flowers, and
a large a?ortmnt of English, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Papers from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodical. Harpers Putnam's,
Graham's. Oodey's and Methodist National Magazines,
Leslie's 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 only, at the New York
Book Store. No. 23, Main street, a few doors south of
die Post Ortke.
Warren 0., Oct., 1th, 1834. R. A. A. BALDWIN.
WAR ON HIGH PRTCES ! ! At BtKTt.KTT A
Brown BOSTON CLOTHING; HOUSE, in the New
Building, opposite the Democrat Office, Mat Strgtt
Warren, Ohio.
We are now exhihitingthe richest, cheapest and best
lot of CLOTHING, at Wholesale and Retail, ever
brought to this market, comprising Dress, Frock and
Business Coats. Overcoats, Panuand Tests, of every
variety and style conceivable. To test the truth of our
assertion we will give you prices and you can come
and exnmine for yourselves.
A FI LL SCIT, Cot. Paitt and Vwrr. G,50, with
an Overcoat to match for 94. Also, a rich stock ol
Boys Clothing; Coats for $ 2. with PanU to smtch for
SI. Also, a complete stock of HATS and CAPS, com
prising every style and ouality. We have also a full
stock of fentlemens Furnishing Goods, and a large
stock of Broadcloths. Cai meres and Vestings, rich
and rare, and of the latest and most fashionable styles
CARD. The Proprieters here take occasion to re
turn their sincere thanks to the people of Warren ard
the surrounding country, for the generous patronag
mhirtli they have hitherto awarded them, and respect
fully ask its continuance, feeling certain that th1r
goods, for style, quality and cheapness, cannot
equalled in this section of country. Our goods are all
warranted to be of good material, well mide, and lo
give good service We have but one price for our
goods, and that a just one. helievinjr It a i oor police
and worse principle lo plunder from one person to
secure the loss on another. P. T. BAM LETT,
Warren, Oct. 7, lci4. 0. W. BROWN
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HE WHOLE WORLD.
Si0,nl WORTH OF GIFTS, for the n-scr.
berstothe MAMMOTH PICTORIAL or nia Wnoi.t
WoTtLn, published simultaneously in the three cities of
New Y ork, Philadelphia and Baltimore, as soon as
3HI.C00 subscriptions are obtained ; and having al
ready an actual circulation of about 50H.I100, it ia now
certain fe dielrihatien teill eeom iake plate.
Among the extraordinary trr or eirrs. (1elng one
for every t icket issued.) are
Prof. Hart's Elegant Country Seat,valued at
A Magnificent City Residence
A Cash Loan for K4J years, without interest
or security..........
Building Lots. Elegant Piano Fortes. Melo
deons. Gold Watches, Bracelets, Rings,
Books of Travels in the Old and New
World, I y Prof. Hart : Real Estate, te
17,0110
10,000
ste, fcc. in all numbering 3HV.UU0 Gifts,
valued at
9300100
Every single remittance of SI. secures one year's
sahseriptinn to the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL, and the
gratuity of a Gift Ticket, which entitles the holtier to
one share in the 3ft0.UJO Gifts. Thus every person in
vesting in this stupendous Enterprise receives the
full worth of his or her money, in snbscrition to a
first cla,s journal, (the greatest and most interesting
Pictorial of the age.) besides a Gift for eacb subscrip
tion, which may prove an immense fortune to tha
receiver.
For complete List of Gifts, and full and explicit par
ticulars in regard to the great Enterprise, Distribu
tion, &C, see a copy of The Whole Wobi-. which
will be promjitly sent, free of charge, where desired by
letter, post-paid.
The Wnoijc World may also be seen at the offices of
all papers containing this advertisement, where infor
mation may be obtained in regard to the paper and
Enterprise.
innlt PiuhntriM, mnA T ..1 i.a ..i .ni. . of Wn-
tive'. and at the same time, genteel mployment, should
not fail to see a eon. of Tin U hoi d Won d. which
contains hy far the most liberal inducements ever of-
fered to irmli in the wav of immense cash nremiums.
gifts, commissions, Ac, whereby any person, with or-
d I nary activity, can easily make l,uuu and upwaras.
P" Sr which fact the agents we already nave
can certify. Secure the Pictorial, and become wise,
rich, anil happy.
Corrependents must write their address Name,
Post Office, County, and State. plain and rfufiae. or it
willbetheir own fault if they fail to get an answer.
Adhere to this, and all returns will be promptly aent
wherever desired, in any part of the world.
TTT3 If any orders are received after the 300,000
subscribers are oMained, the money will be promptly
returned, post-paid, to the )ersons sending it.
JTr All letters and remittances for the Pictorial.
with Girr Ticket, must invariaMv be addressed,
post-paid, to Prop. J. WOODMAN HART, World's
Hall, Broadway. New York, there being the ay
office for the Gift Enterprise.
But remitiances for the Pictorial wiTwnrT Gift Tick
ets. may be sent to Prof. J. WOODMAN HART. IUaVa
Buldimus, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa , there
being the principal editorial and publication office.
Oct. l!-6m.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, Jewel-
T ry, .fcc. The suhscrit-ers hare just re
ceived a larse slock of Goods in their line, which.
with their former stock, makes a very desirable atrt
me nt ; among which are Gold and Stiver Watches , Sil
ver, Silver Plated and Brittania Soona : Breast Pins ;
Finger Rings; Ear Rings; Gold and Silver Pencil
Cases ; Watch Chains, Seals and Keys ; Scissors ;
Shears ; Pistols ; Pen and Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks ; Razors ; Percussion Caps and Pills ; Silver
Plated, Brittania, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Lamps ; Lamp Gloltes, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
tiid CoQee Pots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth,
Shoe, Hair, Flesh. Tooth and Shavintr Brashes ; Melo
deons ; Guitars; Banjos; Violins; Flutes; Fifes; Ae
eordeons ; Flageletts and Tan borines ; Hair Pins and
Combs; Waint Slids and Buckles; Purses; Pocket
Books and Wallets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a great variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The public are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine the goods.
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and war
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable expense.
To our old cuftemers we tender our thanks for the
patronage the establishment hns received for the last
thirty-six years. WALTER KING A SON,
Dec. lf-x!. No. 9, Main St., Warren, 0.
IULES VAUTROT, Wholesale andi
(9 Retail Dealer in Clocks. Wat ucs Jewelrt, Sil
ver-Ware. aud Fash t Gootv, Warren. Ohio.
Having jun returned froni the Eastern Man
ufactories, I brought with me a very large
assortment of extra-fine English Lever Watch
es, in gold, hui.tiiig and plain cases. Also. a superior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for timing horses. Also, English Lever
Railroad Time Keej-ers, in Silver Hanging Cases; aud
larger stock of Detached Lever and Lepiue Watches
than was ever before offered in this place. 31y assort
me ut of Jewelry, 1 flatter mself, is a .tetter selection
than 1 have ever Ik-fore made, having purchased a
much lartrer stock and of finer quality, thau ha here
of ure been brought to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call add exam-
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, iiurchastng 1 1 sell
again, will find a laree assortment, and prices that will
compete with Eastern Cities, as 1 purchase my goods'
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for aa
small ..onts as any other establishment in the country.
A few fiue Double Time Centre Seconds Walclts, will
be sold very low. Now is the time for securing a good
bargain. Call soon ar.d see for yourselves.
Watches, Jewelry, Alc-, carefully repaired and war-
ranted, irv Engraving neatly done.
Oct- r, i-4.
VEW STOVES ! T. II. MORLEYj
ll V Co. are constantly making additions to their
larseand well selected stock of Stove Patterns, so that
they are now able to furnish customers with the must
desirable atterns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Ti-tit Cook Stove, No. 5.
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. un of n. - veara. the demand for them is
still increasing.
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The Wonuns KightsCoik Stove, Xo. 1, for wood or coal.
do do do do No. , do
do do do do No. 4, for wood.
This is a new pattern of Coal Stove, just got out by
us, with eltvated oven. No. 1 is intended for a dining
room Stove, having two boiler holes and a large cajm-
ciuu! oven for baking or keeping meats warm. No. H
has four 8 inch holes f r iHvin-g.and itadafted to small
families. No. 4 ha 4 9 it ch boles for boilinp, and a
very large oven, and is ada u-d :o tar'e fain i lies.
The " B-tng 11." t ur-i t- rf. Xc. 4.
: Weu-rn tuen do
do lJUoeii of Prairies do do
do Ureal Western do do for en.
These Stoves have four V inch boiler holes and c:ta
cious ovens below the Cre chamber. Por Ix-miy,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
are niiFurpasscd. They are perfect bakers.
The following are some of their Parlor Stoves:
The Cottage i'rauklin Coal Stove, No.
do do do do No. X
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the late State Fair. For beauty and
convenience, they challenge eomjretuion, as the extra
ordinary sale this year abundantly testify.
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. 2. do
The Jewett Jc Hoot Stove, Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Box,
and Dairy Stoves.
All kinds of machinery made to onler. Stove Foun
dry east of Tayler's Warehouse, on the canal. Machine
Foundry, cxwx side of Liberty street, en the canal. Tin
Shop four doors west of the Bank, Maraet street. War
ren, Ohio. jan 19
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JEW ARRANGEMENTS at the
EAftLE HOTEL. The uu scriber would take tins
opportunity of inf'-rmii the cmaens of Warren, and
the public generally, that he has (Mirchased the Eaolc
Hotel, formerly kept by Mr. Cimp. where hereafter he
would le glad to fee his friend, and all who choose to
give him a call. The best arrangement will be made to
make his house a pleasant place to stop, and no effort
will be sred to those who call once to stop again. To
the obi customers of the Eagle he would say, do not
condemn a change as for the wor-e, because you were
so well su'teti wiiu your uiu unuiuni, but give the new
administration a trial before you decide.
Warren. Aug. IT, lf-5X GEO. T. nULL.
BA. FAHXENSTOCK& Co Purei
White i Lead a large supply eonstanly on hand
4 forsalea the lowest cash priceby
Ang !. K. A. gWITTI Co.
I yiUTING INKS. Ac Arnold's and
v Maynard tt Noyes celebrated Writing Inks.
Alto, Ian Powder, Carmine Ink. Indelible Ink, for
king linens. Writing Sand. Ink Bottie. etc.. etc.
f""" by 'n4tr.lV
K, A. SMITH Co.
rrTiT t m-tpci nAirn r I7TT? r'T'TTlTC'
f I iiL. LAUlsO tU.Ml IstUiL
X to Crotchet and Fancy Knitting. A few copies
received at ADAMS Bookstore.
aisa, several new pnaiar yrf itvd m woo
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DR. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WA
FERS. FOR THE Cl'RIC OF COLPS, COUGHS.
ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS. COSiil'MPTIOS, AND ALL
AFFKCTIONS OF THE CHEST AND Ll'NOS.
These Wafers operate like a charm producing almost
Instantaneors relief. They ailay at once, the tickling
and irritation in the thro-it, which gives rise to hacking
and coughing, 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
a supply of
LOCOCK'S WAFERS
In his preket. They lubricate the throat and facilitate
delivery to a most astonishing degree. Professional
singers, and all members of Church Choirs will expe
rience immense benefit from their magic effects. All
who use them cheerfully testify to their woi devful effi
cacy. There is but one opinion of their matchless vir
tues, in all complaints for which they are recommended.
One box will satisfy yoo that we cannot speak too
highly in their faror.
Hon. SAMl'EL RICHARDSON, late Mayor of Roch
ester, N. Y.; Dr. James McCarthy, of Medical Hall,
Dublin; 8. Prarsall, Vicar, Lichfield Cathedral; . Pres
ton. Coal Merchant, of Hull England ; and thousands
of others have volunteered their testimony in favor of
Dr. LOCOCK'S great diicoaery. A single trial will
convince the most sceptical that no medicine ap
proaches this in the absolute control it exerts over all
that fatal class of diseases which we have enumerated.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers generally.
Oct. 4. 1C54 6m
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fc .ht ? .-f th ffl now
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u. a. n.i-1-r n-i.-f .d :!e !-. lh aud bepjd
n. ,ti; tsl !. I.-. tl rfu t:; .r
GUAT AMriaCAU KING-
- tlx i..n .-a v r ? V juI ih- r 4 .1
r.-mit' fr ortt-r.-sii : r.T U V l hiia.j;iti ; t" the uf
vrj j. ui.t.i:i u-.f i .t-t r i. n iui rrli- f it r.r r.tn
nt'ia. lunitriHtl. l !- t.nt t.-etl iwdr. .
'.iw.w frit. ti:i uT r. a .d t: t .1 -"n! the pruft rrtni
l:tn. 0-r- -t i - piK ; lhnr l-ciiUr.
.'t-tf wi a lvrf.il iur.-l.-i:;. -'iiiri'ix t "n-t -rwwl dtev
it i itiu!.'i ti Ui arriw w bp.i, mi tii t bamrXm $
tu-iiuu-i ana nu life uirm to nun) nerW
ti-o reax-.id it o .l a fM.ufui ai:d wiikfYanie tiiai
I Hi iiidaitb jII I ii-i tw-etw KtnT rraUoia lsta
Kiiurv, and bjin t r j -t-r. nt b-t uiilliOKPnf tfld
totsM irlaiik ib- iu -I th 4. r-.it A."nTfc.-a
t'u i i aii.. a (rrpirtitT o.iMd a'ly rf ir.f
Irt-timanii n.-tH's. T(-iued j Auivriea on rb atid
lls-0'..t. ui - ii.
M--vuii is the l.rir. wbo sr.- always .otnpttit
')wdrt -Jut ;i3i -j -nr i, wl a i-ili Utoilf mwt
tri.. t-. .iv , i tl i" .,r t.ivtii tht ll;e cf fam
t rt-.e tr-.l. utt if aii'-N-l- ry. m,-n lh-r i-jwn.-
in .U bl-if r --w,ri!ii i. -pt-.. wall ai.u it.
trd it U I'.n-ir aiM-ii t.i-b-rrw Tn
I j.'.i s.-v St-tnia. !, t..l a. ii -h'i iitutixt thctt
u(-rii.; v.Tf. K uw n-alty Taluaio iawdi--i'ie.
;b. ei'l h- :.,(,, j.-i if ;-...i..-n that iUty ia
l-r pi--ut . t 'i.'.i if p rfa: ar. i-ut.. iniyi-al
.nn-J '. slt rtert-s -m "T., iH.:-fl. bums
AC t r m.iuj ir.ur.' .1 :i u. it L a crta a eur.
Jet H --rfi ,;- rt ir:ir.. -.! i.l'ai le -f pMklu-itif
tlie --.J in;uri.iis "e l.- la t.'i ttt- t -b-iimlr ea wt
tla wen'k-st .iiM-i lt.lt (..
it :s e:.ti--lv a-i U t fh -vo t offul
tt ;c f pii'-tL"-!"-? . '! pti 1 !- ti.'vtiin.l nf .-jrta.
.U- .-I w:,-:rT! p-rf-triu -c t- "hi ntv:i It e.f
but t-i.l , r-. ... i w ir-. i- attil l-r. -ull t.ik-s bis
veil txarii. a r-ftit-.f! i: ii ine bn;- t 'ai- n; ill
xtt'i i"iv tl. kt (fit.
e (.. -i- i - - i- tn- r-.'jm.ttl.m cri-oiil;
?t. ar.- f.f .Isrv-ini cr-s.ui--. an-i U tht
fM won i I, rf j.i-f t: a ai u v. w p-tittim.
lift mm
-m i.i. kino 'r rirtr
H"nM n -urvl aim i ijUfJLUlf f tl
Ciip .ir.t. i M-:tr. "-un a -r oriii'lai'.t-i.'a'H-Ti M.c
ba rvuip i u.iv. Mt-i A vw. Tlti r otUw a-be
IT pou. tite- euil i . i'Uj.'. atit th run T taJQ.
ISr. Tilh i.Kt.AT KIN, nr V.MS.
w.a h.iifT"ur 5s-r-a. Sw-11:k-. Cuts. Bum.
ts. ?wui--v Oi a hi, .tutr itaii. bw-e-d. n f -it
it Las' lU
XAtlU Al. K:r. Or I'A.X.
W. uiJ (in . .-.. -.f rnl i rt'ifl .?dt,
P. r.i. .t.:ir...M. ..- .i I.ui.1 w. l'tt-e or '. vrj:
W To., .-a.t --N-tt: ... f - -b-.M. 4.W-f L i b.ip-l
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a iitituii ri t.'. :i i- inr. J-u.o Uuii
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V.. It!- .n-i be ei:--t tf r.inr'n '.. 11. Cmu-? TtHintr.
.iin n r !. 1. - ' th r-tw J b imur
Urn--- u-' !v. tin Hull t . ;rsp trilL intt-r .li
I t!-hiir .-f ''in e ;i--r--ib - - u-.;bi, -
-wLui;i t;tlt a r w attd 'b-s'tuai CUT".
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S A BAPARiLL A.
rtit ii'i. n. uww a-Ti r dus t Jir-vti'vca,
lit -urtt. .l.Mut tU
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ra:..-r-t - itii ns
sjf . i . r i 1
T'j m r. .r i- .-or- ;.
f'C t-rrn Tl"il.-ii Tval'l HeL
I h- untall.-att- ."ail ia the lli OS
Joiuu 'id r-- anJ t t-ra wt.liii- of
tb 'biil . jitiib l eMi Mlt h-nm.
ti.-a- -f-.h: ..i-i-n-.-a id n-i. frn the
uarof V4rf -ar .!. f Apf--ti"- fain ia tii ."i-- and
Stvubb-rt tiiira I- bit. U -timt. t wo:is. tiia,
mpy. Jauudi.v i !. eiteM. i.mti-biti- V rhte-a of
Vit. r "Ihrtai i ul.a aa-- at" I ut a andailouiee
I . -rxmf tending t . pr. du--C tuBiptiw. U o
pw-i.-U Kmtl rifuart.eaiid vcuipUiut. tt w
bi'itn SVk and oer'w-ts -al a be .si-iit-Ma
-ap nura or -ntprifieui- iu bit riirt-uie t
tiiuti ..-! t'sB 49 b. ao'l -ts a l-prina and
buiutiirr Uriua anu tVeiMral Tui - t f Umt
h4cai a d a :. end t b-a:.t
1 ur.ni-?. it is up n-r to bin
Li- an 4 i u. re Uatr.
a!u - i ..it
lowdrrs.
It Is a r-'Diark-iblc U -t. tbat utx-n; the hanrv-r- of
mir-iit b -i itni lm ha raiidud tbw t, by
wblfii :ud"s .rv,.-ilU is prepun-d- -ot i n- bas n
it tutali av-(n,,ai 11 i-vMd it lit th
biyhest terms. pu t tun pn tb.-l't
rtr.oul. in the brliof ti. -.t i; W Jed rdl tb i.--st yv
ntiou of .rtarti a tul bo ever -m pUe-d Ui- re
the pul-li AUbu. b to. m -n- nanv pii si-i-nv ro
Itwl a r--uetanec t hai..C tii- ir uan-i-s af p-udr-i t the
iwbi&k w.dati-'U t f ary pr i ular mutr. notwiib
standint: Um nwi'. pinv.eef it in the blrhi-.it diur-e:
tnrvara otti4-rsalwiviV.xni.ljjW- iiKtr -upp-rt in ix-vt
ut a rwoi-dY wtti.-h tu- i mpil It of Wi.n .
mu-li d iu an . i- t-t "vni'imt Ity. As ei ikj,
rui lb: tti-i- rvui on n I ;--i I- HiM-tata.
of hisn vtau.'.i;i. lu ii ,o -Ji.- i:- l i ' t. ; .i
TBSTIMOKY:
,,-T.ktint. nt Ilk. tb f II in : r.-i li-r. .p - . us
til sr-rr.liu tl.-- f : 1 arsah.ru.-. .r-m
lir i. I-. iaaJ. il. r-'e--.r 1 in.ir i:- .n- sa
lie imi.al I l ibr-e : na.e K ,..t r it- i I --
arwlirnt eimnrvtiii Joh-i ;-: r,..u::'
orsaparilki ai.t hi:s nw r.-.U. i.-ii i.
arn. a Mbnijivmiti a';.; en.- tn--.t nr..i
ifu"t of
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auruuic diauase ti' win- h II .'.-rli.-a -
l :' ( a ilii-.U H V.
UfCWVIIXS, Jan. k l.5.
What Dr. P.. p.':.- hn b 1M-.'. Ij.-i.l u- 111.
UmsviUe Marii li'-apital sa.es f Kill i-ijii.
t--i,iu. V.r-''.. is;.
I bar. .atninr,! tli pr riidi. n t r ih pe.pnr: tl
.if ..liu I uli s .--r-i.' l- a.il ; Wine. tt . .o-: M.a
ti-a to Uan cll-Bt .re rd .al- i:at .! tf ir
du-aeaiWati.rii.prr.-i . -n the --.'-re. U3v.
...o it ltr. i.i po- .i an . . I a". V ""J '""'k
It U Hi. aril- ! f : ai.p.n.la u: ne.
w. r i.e. v. n.
I rsbtent I hii ian Ia ui-.l'.l. Marite l:ii-ll-.l.
tett.rl. at'wn- tl.-b e orerr-l fa . fany
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and vali. 'i'l '
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tb-. nr N !i f IU. l it i- a safe
.ij-nuni! Ml I .-rtl--'. I- . t- uri1-
..u U si -rn.: ar'il nr-
t,,re w.ul-' hi-.rr.,:! ana -r.
Um til. af: i i-d.
.hii.-d-
.lit rv-ix'.'-ad it
E. W. S'. 'l.i', .
l.N.-'.N.
jr. wnld I.- it- all r- i.. W-. ar iT-r-
ng .ith an- f th.. i!" tl -t "or. . h. ir to to cell .-n
r John Hull - a.ei.t i.. I .t! a op- . f rrli s SsinJy
Jcumal r:ii'. a'd t r lii- -.- buni it - - n. .
lhata aiiiib. -oi Moa! niil n. t 'ef nr.! U'ilMne to
gire Hull SarvtnsriiU a ri 1 fl. r r-a'lii-r- M rec I
b1ins at tl-e uu tlw tb . it is in p "i 1" r the
lk.1 r to pui lth th' trvtb p.rt ef tne num. er ..f rer
l.,TW, r ,.v.a.i.'in-rur. p rf r "l l.i..rv.r--lilla
Tli amoiirt f testl'.wiwi olui t -ril. r-d
an In-. Hull s aara.narlll-i fr m.ll H..sinJ'i.ll
raMied in:iil.lual. N tl. i . pi.bli nd fri.te lib Uaa
licen srf-tlr o'rhcl.iilnj.
Ad-l-r. A hn Bull s . rio-IpJ r . wmrt HAh
trw t. tra Xain. l.-ui. 'iil Ky.
D It. JO H ii BULL'S
PRINCIPAL o r I c r .
II BARCf.AT ST' Kt T. I l'ITII STrr.IT.
NhWtur.K. : .t. IbMl.tR
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IIRCOGISTS AND MKI'I II NTS Till OftJIIol T Till
CNITED STATtUt. CANADA. MRS Hal. AM.
T11K WKST IMl"
And by E. A. SMITn A Co.Druggista 5o. J Main St.
Warren.
.MHEAP CASH AND READY-PAY
J BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH
UENT, No. SO, Main Street.
J. McConnell At Co No. iO, Main
Street, Warren, Ohio, have the pleas
ore of announcing to the citisens of
Tmmknll rnuntv and the nanlic in
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general, that they are receiving and manufacturing the
target, cheapest and heal assortment of BOOTS and
SHOES ever hrought to the Western market, which
they now offer tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and
ready-pay system. Their stock consist, of
GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT
Men's Coa'se Boots; Men's Calf Peg'd I nitatlon B'ts;
Hungarian do: French Calf sent 'd, steel s'ks;
Kip do; Brogans;
" Calf Pegs do; Kip and Calf Bturans;
Boys' Boots and Brogans. all kinds.
LADIK.V DEPARTMENT.
Ladies Jenny Lind Boots, Buskins and Ties; Ladles'
Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, and Morocco Boots;
Misses' Sewed and Pegged Gaitera and Shoes, of all
kinds; Children's Shoe.. Ite.
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS At TOOLS ALL KINDS!
Morocco, Calf Skin and Upper Leather, and every
thing usually kept io our line, which will he sold for
IMi, lower than can !.e fwtndelrewhere in the cencty.
April 14, loV 1. McCCNNELL CO.
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rrUE CHEST Sir Astley Cooper,
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A- Bart., M. P.. the eminent Mcllcal Practitioner, I
has l-ft a valuable legacy to the world in his GREAT
rwsi r..t t.tiiifi tun i;o-9LiJiriu anu unraiung
cure for Pulmonary Diseases, witboctthc rss or meo
H'lx.. Sir A. C. Bart-, invented and sal vised the use of
THE MEDICATED Fl'R CHEST PROTECTOR,
to all persons of all ages and conditions, aa a certain
aud safe shield against those fearful disease,. Con
solution. Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs. Colds and ether
afflictions of the Lang,, which arise from the exposed
state of the chest, according to fashion, and the contia
oal changes of our climate.
Tbe Protector.' ia simply a chemically prwiftred
fur. lined with silk and padded, which, suspended from
the neck, covers the chest in so agreeable a manner,
that, once worn, it becomes a necessity and a comfort
The Protector," although but reeentlyintroduoc.i in
to America, is making rapid provresa thronsl the
I'nited States he Canadaa. Suuth America, an I Wert
Indies, it Iws for a long time been a staple aiacle
in England and on the continent of Europe, while it
has grown in many countries to the position of an arti
cle of dress.
To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English
resident in your vicinity of his " -owledge of the ben
eficial effects of wearing the Prolector, wtTHorT -rorasej
t nocrogiao of any kind. The cost of wear
ing these articles is a mere trifle, ami one will last
some years. No one who values the health of himself
or his family will be without them. The Hospitals in
this country are not alone recommending them, bat
rapidly introducing them. Jlareourt. Bradley ee Co-,
of London, and Manchester, England, were originally
entrusted with th. manufacture of the Protectors, by
the lamented Dr. Cooper, and continue to aaanafacture
acconling tc "his original instructions, and therefore
recommend those who would wear The Proteetora.
to see to their being genuine.
Kememner una ia a staple article, and no Patent
Hedicine.
RETAIL PRICES.
Gent's Sise, - - - - 1 30 each.
Ladies' do. - . . 1 uu do.
Boys' and Misses do. - 73 do.
UARCOL'RT, BRADI.ET & CO..
H Ann Street dc 1US Nassau Street. New Tork.
Principal Warehouse, 109 Wood Street, Cheapside
London. Manufactory, 44 Market Street, Manchea
ter. England.
II. B. A Co. are establishing Denote for the ssle of
"The Protector" in all parts of America. Physicians,
Surgeons, vruggtsts, Clothiers. Dry Uoods Merehanta,
Hatters and Milliners, also 6entiemen's Furnishing
Store Keepers are entrusted with the wholesale and
retail distrilmtion 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 UARCOL'RT, BRADLEY fc CO.,
3d Ann Street, Sew ToJk.
Sept. 20, If 54-3m.
DR. J. B. MARCIIISI'S
CELEBRATED CATHOnCOlf,
P0R RELIEF 4 CCRE OP SLTFERINQ TIXALE3.
It awtnda pre-eminent for iu curative newer, lo all
diseasea for which it ia recosamended, usually called
FEMALR C0JIPLAISTS.
Of these are Prolapsus Uteri, or Palling of the Womb ;
Flour Albas, or Whites; Chronic Inflamation and L'l
ceration of tlie Womb; Incidental Hemorrhage, 01
flooding; gainful, suppressed and Irregular Aenstrua
tion; ec., with all their accompanying evils, (Cance
exceted.) no matter how severe, or how long standing.
1 he t atbolicon far surpasses other remedies, in neins
more certain, less expensive, and leaving the system
in a netter conl ition. Let all interested call and obtair
a pamphlet (free) containing ample proof, from the
most resectable sources, of the beneficial results of iu
use; together with letters from highly experienced Phy
sicians, who hae used tt in their practice, and speak
from their own obaerrationa.
REFERENCES:
P. B. Pirxaan, M. D., I'tica, N. T.
L. D. Fluhks, M. V.. Rochester. N. T
M. II. Milks, M. Ii., Rochester. N. T
D. V. Foots. M. D., Syracuse, Ji. .
Prof. Dcmsak, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
J. C. Os a ics, M. D-, Baltimore. Md.
W. W Riikb, M. D., New-York City.
W. Pbestott, M. D , Concord, N. H.
J. P. Niwlasd, M. D., Luca. N. T.
Rev. C. S. Bxaan, Glenn Springs, S. C.
Phamplets to be hail gratis at the Store of TS. A. SMITH
at Co Agents. Druggists, Warren, O. Also sold by L.
W. Mcars, North Bloomfield, James K. Sexton, Youngs
own, and by most of the leading Druggist, in the ad
orning counties.
VTPLetter aiireMtei te tha care of Mr. Cartit
hatch, Jltremt at Raeewna, Ohi.
To Da. Mam nnn : I Lave been ten years troubled
with Female Complaints proiapsns uteri, and all the
attending difficulties; at times rendering my life moa
miserable. I have had the attendance of some of the
best physicians, with bat little success; the most they
coald do was to relieve a cure was out of the question.
For fire months before commencing with your medicine
I had not been able to perform any labor, coald walk
but a few steps at a time, aud scarcely went out of doors
in short, I was completely prostrated, both in mind
and body, and expected to drag out the rest of my day,
in suffering and misery. Bat, reading your advertise
ment, I was induced to try your invaluable medicine
called Vterine Catholicon, as the last resort. Jhad not
used it a week before I feltlike anotherwoman. Bythe
use of three bottles I was enabled tdperfonn al the la
bor for six in the family withease. and could walk any
where in the neighborhood without injury. Nothing
but a sense of my duty to you and to the afflicted, has
Induced me to state my case to the public. I can safely
recommend the preparation to all those suffering like
myself. (Signed.) Mas. Sanaa Ana Bumor.
Freedom, Pnrlaee Co., Ohio.
Hyi. B. MA UC II IS I Co., Proprietors, Centra
Depot. 4 Broadway, New York.
Warren, June 31. lt-54-jr
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD I
Vt a Particle af Mrrtmra in it.
Lrr ths ArrutTU Raan an Ponnxsl
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheu
matism. Obstinate Cataneoos Eruptions, Pimples or
Postulea on the Face, Blotches, Boils. Ague and Fe
ver, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring; Worm or Tetter. Scald
Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints,
Stubborn Ulcers Syphilitic Disorders. Lumbago,
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from aa
Injudicious I'se of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or
Impurity of the Blood.
ICVThis great alterative medicine and Purifier of
Blood is now nsed by thousands of grateful patients
from all parts of the United States, who testify daily to
the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of
Medicines. CaT's Sran MlXTcaa." Neuralgia,
Rheumatism. Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, Ulcers. Old Sores, Affections ef the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints,
Pains and Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily
put to flight by using this great and inestimable rem
edy. For all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet been
found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all imparities, acts gently and efficiently en the Liver
and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives 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 joath, lo iu pristine vigor and
strength.
For the Ladies, it Is Incomparably better than all tl.e
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Cabtkb's Sran
isH MixTras will remove all aallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a re
markable deg-ee, beyond all the medicines ever heard
of.
The large number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from all parts of the United State,
is the best evidence that there is no Humbug about it.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
public m.n, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this GREAT
BLOOD PURIFIER.
Call on the Auisrand get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine unless signed BeirTT A Brcas, Pro
prietors. No. 3. Pearl street, Richmond, Va., to whom
all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed.
For sale by E. A. Smith At Co., arren ; J. Camp
bell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown, Ohlton ; Geo. llaalett,
Uastavus , S. W. Mean. Bloomfield, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. inov se-yj
T IVER COMPLAINtTdYSPEPSIA-.
AJ Jaundice. Chronic or Nervous Nebility, Disease
of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
died Liver or Stomach ; such aa Constipation, inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the bead. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Full
nesa or Weight In the Stomach. Sour Erncttaiona. Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming
of the Head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations
hen in a lying posture, Lhmuess 01 vision, vow or
Webs before the sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Tellownesa of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
kc Sadden Flushes of Heat. Burning in the Flesh.
Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cured by
Dr. Iloofland'i Ctlcbratrd German Bi Um,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, No. liw Arc street.
Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled.
if equalled. I.y any other preparation 10 tne toiuro
States, as the cures attest, in many eases after skillful
nhvsicians 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 powers in weakness and
affections of tne aigestive orgaus. uivj
safe, certain and pleasant.
TRStTmONT FROM OHIO.
sithal
Job I?orr, Jerome sville, Ohio, May TXb. 1S5S
said: 'I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, that yonr German Bitters is what yoo
recommend it to le. a highly valuable medicine, which
I know from having nsed it In my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All who have used it sive the same
recommendation-
STxrHEK A. Mealv, Canton, Ohio, May 11, l.i3,
says: "Having heard your German Bitters highly
recommended Irom sources in which I placed much
confidence, I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
of them I gave to my danghter who has derived great
benefit from it ; two of the others I sold immediately,
and I won !! like yon to send me a supply of it to sell.
JoH Clark, Brunswick, Ohio, May 26, 1S54. says:
"Your German Bitters have proved successful in every
case that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself a great demand.
Tnowas Lctcmvobd, Covington, Ohio, Dec. 97tb.
If 33. says : "My wife has been affected with the Liver
complaintand Dyspepsia for a number of years, daring
which time I have spent a great deal for doctoring- but
she received very little benefit therefrom, and finally
the doctors said she could not be cured. Laat spring
she concluded to try your Bitters; she took two bottles
and ever since taking them she has been able to attend
to her business, until very lately she had a new attack
but has again commenced the Bitters. 1 have sold
quite a nnniler of bottles through ner recomtaendation.
and as far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
"'
D. Abbott, Aastinbargh. Asbabal eoanty, Ohio
December ith, lr-33. sav -'Permit me to beer testl
mony to the remarkable efficacy of year medicine in
the cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
taking your Bitters, I was v-r-'v afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; so much so th .t I IM not expect le live :
hut I.y a free use f yonr medicine, thanks t. a kind
Providence, I bud myself entirely restored U health,
and able resume my employment.
These Bitters are rslinff . i'"""
Alcoholic stimulant and all injurious ingredients, mild
their operation, they strengthen tne system, never
prostrate it. t- ., , a, o
ror sate ny a. TnT-'
.arren; ti. llaalett. i.usiaius. . o.
field ; J. Campbell Newton Falls, and by ueaiers in
Medicines everywhere. nor lf&4-y
ERCIIANT'S Gargling Oil. in 25ct.
SI let. and 1.C0 bottles, for sale by the nuanttty
er ret.il.by E. A. SMITU it CO.
March In. S4.
SLOA
Powd
mar IS
AN'S Ointment anJ Condition
ders, for sale by
B. A. oai i n m. .
DR. AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
just received and for sale by
Ang. . A. SMITn It Co.
HOOFLAD'S German Bit ers7 cel
frt rated i-etncdy for the cure of Liver Complaints,
Jaundice. Dyspep-ia. and all diseasea arising from a
di-ordered liver or -H. sold by
atevea . 1. A-l-MlTT! ft Ta
-
j
I
"gilm Sltwrints."
7ISDOM shall
f s
b.w down to it .nil
the great of the earth, shall kneel
before it,
Never could this be said with
saore truth, than it now applies to
this remedy for affections of the
throat and lungs. The exalted
in learning and power, acknowl
edge it supremacy, while both the!
little and the great can feel iu benell'.s. The liberal
minded among those skilled to cure, are free te ewa
" "V1"7 over "'"mpc which have baffled their
art. Those of exalted stations are not ashamed t tes
tify to its virtues, but deem it a duty and a pleasure let
thus hold out the lamp of their experience U their
suffering fellow men. . .
Witness the following translation! :
, . VxanitLionvn.LE, La, April. ?f53.
T- - Avx : I have of late, made fre
quent use of yoor Csnn PxrroitAt in my practice,
ana am happy to inform you that in no case yet baa tt
failed me. I have made some signal cures of Laryng
itis and Bronchitis with H, and have completely cured
one case of the Asthma, which had withstood every
other medicine I could employ.
Accept, Sir, the assurances of my " - -
distinguished consideration.
JULES CLAUD GOUGUKT,
Late Surgeon ef the Royal Marine. Franc.
Extract from a letter of our Minister at the Court ,f
the Sublime Porte. a
Legation of the V. S. A., CovarAxnxoru. Turkey.
Dr J. C.Avti. Dear Sir : The Caraav Psx-roaaa
received from you for the Sultan has been delivered t
his private Secretary at the palace, and yon will doubt
less hear from it in due seasou. That you were so kind
as to send me has been given to friends, who hare ia
many cases, found it exceedingly useful.
lours, respectfully, GEO. P. MARSTI.
Minister Plenipotentiary of the C. S. A. to Turkey
, . Cdbacoa. March S, 1 .
Dr. J. C. Arrx : I use your doner Pectobai, ally
In my practice, and am satisfied it ia a remedy w'jieh
most meet in every country the highest approbation.
C. W. JACKHEER, M. D.,
Resident Court Physician. '
Among the eminent Editors who testify to their per
sonal experience and knowledge of the wonderful
cures, and immense usefulness of the Cheut Pxctw
nat. in their sections, we may mention
Boughton A Co. of Federal Union. Milledgerille, 0a.
h. P Alton, Christian Advocate, Knoxville, Tenn.
J. B. Dobson, American Presbyterian, Greenville
Tennessee. ,
J. B. Samson, "Densocrat,' McConnellsbwrg, Pa.
J. Buss, Jr- Shelbyville News, Tenn.
Harvey, XcKeuaaj at state Gaaette. Bur Un (tea,
Iowa.
J. Kna"b At Co.. "Journal," steading. Pa.
Raymond. Harper at Co., New York Times.
S. Cobb, Christian Freeman, Boston.
Wm. B. Jacobs. Christian Chronicle, Phila.
Hon. J. Wentworth. M. C . Democrat, Chicago, I1L,
Rev. E. . Reese, Methodist Protestant, Baltimore.
S C Wihtaiin Christian Advocate, Cbarlesten,
J. M. Magennis, True Delta, H. O.
T. M. Donnell. Daily News, Savaniah. Ga.
Geo. D. Prentiss. Louisville Journal, Ky.
Hon Schuyler Colfax, M. C, Sooth Bend Register, la.
A. Cosamings. Christian Mirror, Portland, Me.
M. H. Bartlett A Co.. Republican, Hartford, Conn.
These gectlemen have not only certified to thee
statement in their papers to the public, but have sen
me their personal letters to the effect that they hare
found my preparation an article of great public utility.
Space will not admit full lestim.uiala here, but th.
agenu below named will furnish my American Alma
nac, gratis, to ail who ask for it, wherein are full par
ticulars, and indisputable proof ef these statements.
Prepared by JAMES C. AVER, Practical and Ana,
lyrical Chemist, Lowell, Mast.
Sold by F. birnnjr, Cincinnati ; E. A. Smith At
Co., Warren; J. Cam raxLL, Newton Falls; H. W.Coi
lab. Mesopotamia; and by all dealers in Medicine
everywhere.
HjrBeware of counterfeits and worthless prepara
tions attempted to be palmed off under a similarity ef
name. t'oet 2S-3m
ST BOTar. lbttkbs PATBrr.
rPHE HYDROMAGEN, OR WATER
X PKOOP. ANTI CONSUMPTIVE.
COltK SOLES!
Maniifactnred by HARCOUST. BRADLEY Co., 44
Market Street, Manchester. PriBcipftl Wanltotve, 101
Wood Su, Cheapside, London, Knfiand. Americaa.
EU.diahnenta, Ann Ssreetajd lu2 iNassna Street,
ISew York.
The Ilydronaren Is a vahiaMe discovery for Drotect
lag the feet from damp or cold, and therefore a pre
rentative of many Luna; diseases, without acj doctor
ing whatever. The Uydrootaen ia in the form of a
sole, and worn inside the boot or shoe. Its medicated
character is a powerful preventative t diseue.
for tatenUemea it will be found agreeable, warm and
healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather, at)
the foot cannot become wet if the Ilydromajcen is inser
ted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled boots or shoes)
in the moat inclement weather with impunity ; while
C Datumption, so prevalent among the young of ear
country, may be thwarted by their general adoption.
They entirely snperseed overshoes, as the latter cause
the feet to perspire in a very unhealthy manner; and.
besides, are not dangerous to wear for pedestrians in
icy weather, like iudia rubbers. WTiile the Latter
cause the feet to appear extremely large, the Uydroma
gen, being a mere thin slice of cork preoared. peculiar
ly placed inside, does not increase the size of the boot,
or cause the foot to appear untidy. To children they
are eatremely valuable, as they may mirage in exercise
with comfort and healthy effects. Their expense is m
slight as to scarce need mention; besides, those wbe
patronise them will And their yearly doctor bills mac a
diminished thereby.
An the Hydrsswagen ia becoming more known. Ita
sale ia increasing to an almost incredible extent. Laat
year in Londoa, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool.
Glasgow, Leeds. Dublin, Pari. Antwerp, Uambarg and
Berlin, our sales reached 1.7.40 pairs of Cork goice.
This year the nuimber will far surpass that.
Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value aa a
preventative for Coughs, Colds, Broneaitit, Afhms
and ConsumpUon.
Men's Size, per pair, 35 cents; Ladles' do, per pair,
90 cents; Boys and Misses do. per pair, 25 cents.
None a. 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 ia any store
among any class of Goods.
For terms, appbr to
HARCOrRT, BRADLEY Co.,
3d Ann street. New York.
Sept. gn. lP34-3m - .
N!
JEW YORK BOOT AND
SHOE
STORE, "Sow. 11 Jr. 13 Main Street.
FBL
Spring has come 1 And so has the Iwrgeat.
best and cheapest stock of Boot and Shoes ever I
brought oa the w estera Keserve.
D.U.WARRKN, in announcing this fact to his pat
rons, and the s srld t large, invites them,, one and ail,
to coate and see for tnemselves, for he feels confident he
can suit them with any kind of good Boot or Shoe they,
want.
Purchasing his stock ef the Manufacturers for Cash,
enables him to oiler such inducements to buyers as can
aot be found elsewhere
Ladies! you like to have a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, aa4
I nave taken especial care to please you by selecting the
most fashionable, prettiest and most genteel stock for
ladies wear, that could be found in New York; so all
that like the ornamental as well as useful, will call aa4
see and 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 name, led Gaiters.
Children ! come, and X can fit you with any kind of
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
D. II. W. attain returns tkuiiu to past atronageand
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boots and Shoes made to order and warranted
to fit. D. II. WARREN.
P. 3. Don't forget the No. 11 & 13 Main St. Warren
"fAH0NING COUNTY nJEfgs
XTJ- PREMIUM CARRIAGE SHOP, ,
Canfield, Ohio. The subscriber takes .
this method to inform the generous public, that be still
carries on the above busi ness, in all its various brancaea,
and will make to order, any thing that a man may want
in bis line. Having a large stock of new material al
ways on hand, and the best of workmen to do it up ia
style that cannot be surpassed by any establishment ia
.he country, those who wish to purchase Carriages or
Buggies ready-made, can always find a Large assortment
at my shop, of ail qualities, and at all prices, and I asa
not araid 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 beat
quality, and all warranter!
PAINTING and TRIMMING done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
N EW BI GGIES in exchattge for old ones. All kinds
of Lumber taken in exchange for work.
The subscriber flatters himself that hy strict attention
of himself and hands to basines. be can have a rasou
abl share of public patronage. Thankful for all former
favors, be will be Hill more thankful for new ones.
CanfieM. Mar 26. 153-r M. SWANK.
AWNING MILLS! FANNING
MILLS f The undersigned take this method ot
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 bow
in use. but also to perfectly separate, or take out, tha
rur dirt that may be Indued in the same.
They eon also take Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed tn
the chaff, and by once running it through, can make it
perfectly merean table. Their Flaxseed and rat dirt
cleaners are their own inventions, deduced from much
study and experimenting the past winter, and are sack
as are not to he found in any other mill extant. They
invite mil who seed mills to call and examine theirs
before purchasing elsewhere; and as their mills are
always warranted, they eaa run no risk of being un
posed upon with a poor mill.
Farmtngton, July 19. W. CURTIS 4 SONS.
RAVENNA BOOK-BINDERY. Tho
undersigned, in connection with their Printing
Otbceand Bookstore, have estamsaea a sr?
BINDERY, where Book-Binding in every Ay'i
variety and style, will be done on short
notice. Their Bindery has one of
HICK0RVS FIRST CLASS RULING MAOUNka.
Blank Books ruled to order; Periodicals bound; old
Books re-honnd; and every branch of the business at
tended to in the best manner, and oa reaswnaiile terms.
This establishment employs the best of workmen, and
a comparison with work turned out from other Bind
eries in regard to style, durability, finish and price, ia
fearlessly challenged.
Books and orders may be left at ADAMS Bookstore,
Warren, who is authorized to receive and forwnrd tha
II ALU, UKKJUCK. e W A S WORTH,
Aug-16, 1854 6m Ravenna, Portage Co-,0.
M
EDICAL JfOTICE B. MORTON
B seaoa, would respectfully inform the Public gener
ally, tbat he has located himself at Newton Fails,
where he will attend to alf ells in his profession, at
his Office or at private dwe ilines.
Dr. M. will pay particular attention to all kinds of
of old Chronic diseases, such aa Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaints, diseases of the Lungs. Kidney, Skin.
Bronchitis, Artbmatie Afflictions, and all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood. Also all
diseases peculiar to the Female sex.
- Ur. Morton's remedies are purely egetahle and tfce
maier-emre, discarding poisons of every kind, both
mineral, vegetable and animal. He will also keep on
hand all kinds ef Botanic Medicines, both simple and
compound; Tinctures, Syrups, Bitters, Liniments, dec,
a.- . i a
ale.
Newton Falls. Not. 3, 1PS4
nov -tf.
4 NEW HISTORY OF THE UNI-
V. TED STATES, by Benson J. Losaing. Author of
-Pictorial Field Book, Kevomtirn." ect. Illustrated k
more than 3U0 exquisitely finished wood engrayincs.
drawn chiefly from original intings and intended t.
secure accurate delineations of scenes and characters,
price J1.U0.
Revised and Enlarged Edition of Brassard's Drawing
Book. In consequence ef the rapidly increasing de
mand for this valuable work. It has recently been
thoreugnly revised by the author, ami the present vol
ume contains a large addition of entirely new and orig
inal matter illustrated by 172 elegant engravings.- la
this edition the subject of LisM Ars Sasrrrnt.va is el
aborately treated, thereby altording a sure guide to the
pupil in acouiring an accurate knowledge of the art.
The publishers feel satisfied that they Bow offer to the
blir. whether for School, or private instruction, th.
best Elemental e Treatise, on this subject that has eves
been tablisoed. Price, c.
KlNflst COWAXY Cleveland O.
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