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JOHN BROWN:
OR. A PLAIN MAN'S PHILOSOPHY.
rYsm the fortheomiim Seonnd Serin of 'English
.rwn ami Melodies' th Poetry by Charles Mackay ;
the Musical srcompaniinenta by Sir 11. K- BUhop.
c v : I've a crown I can spend,
'- IVe a wife and a friend.
And a troop of little children at my knee, John Brown ;
I've a cttage of myovn,
, ,. VI ith the Ivy overgrown,
And a garden with a view of the sea, John Brown;
-'- I can lit at my door,
By my shady Sycamore.
lArge of heart, though of very amallestate, Jno Brown;
- - So tone and drain a glass, .
.la lay arbor at yon pass. IBroa n.
- And I'll tell yon anal I lure, and what I hate, John
' V-- , I IUvcthefnngof birds.
And the children's early words,
- And a loving woman's mice, low and sweet Jno Brown;
- -, .i And I hate a false pretence.
And the want of common sense,
And arrogance and fawning and deceit, John Brown;
T I love the meadow flowers,
s And the brier in the bowers.
' And I lore an open face without guile. John Brown;
And I hate aselush knaTe,
1 And a irood contented stare.
And a lout who'd rather borrow than he'd toil, Jno Brown
T love single song.
That awakes emotions strong, Brown
And the word of nope that raises bim who faints John
And I hate the constant whine.
Of the foolish who repine,
, And tarn their pood to evil by complaints, John Brown
Bnt ever when I hate,
If I seek my garden rate.
And survey the world aroand me and above, Jno Brown
The hatred flies my mind.
And I igh for human kind.
And excuse the faults of those 1 cannot love, Jno Brown
.' 8o if you like my ways,
And the comfort of my days.
I can tell you how I live so onvesed, John Brown;
I never scorn my health
Nor sell my soul for weal :h.
Xor destroy one day the pleasures of the next Jno Brown
I've parted with my pride.
And I take the sunny side,
For I've found it worse than folly to be sad John Brown
I keep a conscious clear,
I've a hundred pounds a year,
"And I manage to exist and to be glad, John Brown.
1
What will take the Scent out of
" Clothing. Sitting on the piazza cf the
Cataract, was a young, foppish-looking
V gentlemen, his garmcnls very highly
tacented with a mingled odor of musk and
cologne. A solemn-faced, odd-looking
man, after passing the dandy several
times, w ith a look of aversion which
drew general notice, suddenly stopped,
arid in a confidential tone, said
" What ! what do you mean, sir?" said
the exquisite, "fired with indignation,"
starting from his chair.
"Oh, get mad now swea r, pitch round,
fight -just because a man wants to do
you a kindnesa!" replied the stranger.
"But I tell you 1 do know what'll take
out that smell phew! You just" bury
your clothes bury 'em a day or two.
Uncle Josh got afoul of a skunk, and
he"
At this instant there went up from the
crowd a simultaneous roar of merriment,
and the dandy very sensibly "cleared the
coop," and vankhed up stairs. .
Wattt Morrison, a Scjotch clergy
man, was a man of great wit and humor.
On one occasion he entreated on officer
at Ft. George to pardon a poor fellow who
was sent to the halberds.
" Agreed " was the reply ; "I pardon
Hot ; but I ask one condition."
" - What is that," was the enquiry.
"That you grant me the first favor I
. "I will" answered Mr. M
- The officer immediately demanded that
a ceremony of baptism should be per-
formed on a puppy. The clergyman
agreed to it, and a party of gentlemen
assembled to witness the novel baptism.
. Mr. Morrison desired the officer to
hold up the dog as is customary in the
baptism of children, and said :
77"As I am a minister of the Church of
Scotland, I must proceed according to the
slrttmsnw rf fliA V. M nr ll "
44 Certainly, said the major, "I ex
' pect all the ceremony."
Well then major, beginning Dy tne
usual question you acknowledge your
. , . i . . . a,.
aeu xneiaineroi mis puppy
A roar of laughter burst from the
crowd, and the officer threw the candi-
date lor baptism away.
The editor of the New Hampshire
Patriot says tha he expects to grow fat
as long as he lives. Ah, yes! but when
he dies, will not the fat be in the fire ?
Louisville Journal.
Mrs. Partington reading an account
of a railroad accident, was much sur
; prisad to learn that the locomotive had
been driven off the track by one of the
witches. Sh shmildnVhave thoutrlit."
she said, "that the great iron engine
would mind such a little thing as a switch."
. "Yes, but you must remember, mama,"
aid Ike, gravely, " the locomotive has a
tender behind ! "
"Oh, that, indeed," replied the old lady
resuming her paper, "well you needn't
talk about it."
Whes XVclson s famous signal was
giren "England expects every man to do
his duty" two Scotchmen were standing
on deck, and one of them put on a long
sour lace, and said, "t.h, bandy, there s
naething said about puir auln Scotland!"
"Hoot mon?" said Sandy, "Scotland .
lens weel her bairces alwoys do their
duty. It's only a hint to these Eng
lUuers," Thet ttll a good story of a verdant
member of the Massachusetts legislature,
who, arriving late on the first day of the
session, rushed into the Representative's
Hall, hurried to the Speaker, and aston
ia.icd him with this salutation: "Mr.
fcpeaker, good morning : how dedo ?
Bathes 'te; missed the cars! I wish
you would show me up tj my room right
off."
.At a recent election in the State of
New York, a lad presented himself at
tho polls to claim the benefit of the elec
tive franchise.
Fteliugadeep interest in a favorite
candidate, the father, who was evidently
opposed to the boy's preference, stood at
the ballot box and chalh-nged his right
vote on the ground of his nut bvh ' of
' The young man "declared that I e whs
twenty-one years old ; that he km-w it
and that he insisted upon hiniht.
-The fatter becoming in.linant, and
wishing at the saying is, t-i blul him
oH" before the judges, snid
"Now, Bob, will you stand up here
and contradict me ! Don't I know how
old you are ? Wasn't I there "
.1 1 liIIUVll.1 Cli V.I ' -r f J "
wasn't I there too ? '
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JOSEPH R. ALBERTSON, Dealer
in Witths. Jewelry. Kmrr Goons. cc, Ctrmtr
Smperimr Street mml Pthlie Square. Cleveland, O.
A NGIER HOUSE, Clevelmd, Ohic
R. P. AM; IKK I'roprit-tor. aul3
J. r. HOI.DKOOK. j. LONG.
HOLBROOK fc LONG, Music Pub
lishrrs, Wholsale and Retail Dealers in Music
and Musical Instruments, No. MKJSuiierior Street. Cleve
land. Ohio. Sole agents for the celebrated STODAKT
PIAXO. I may IT, Mol-uni
j. if. reunions. ;eo. utrLta.
1 M. CUMMIXCJS A CO., Wliok-snlf
I Grocers and Commission Merclinds. lVali-rs ir
Foreign M ines and Liquors, Nails, i.Ihss. Salt. Drugs
etc.. os. IbSsa 1 River St.. 'J'. at 9e on (he Dock.
SIay 17, le'ay.
BRAINARDi;BURRIDGE, Eira
vers and Lithographers, Herald Block, Cleveland
Ohio.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, No. 4, Herald Building
j'.in I y JKtir BR.1NARD.
Corner Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio
IXCOIirOttATKD MAY SIXTH, 1MI.
rPIIE OLD COLLEGE has removed lo
L new and splendid Rooms, surgassitig in beauty
and convenience those of any similar institutions in
the State. '
Family.
E. 0. FOLSOM, A. B-, Principal, Professor ol
Science of Accounts.
W. O. BROCGI1T0X and W. nOLLISTER, Assistant
Professors in the Book Keeping Department.
A. J. FIIELl'S and JOS K I'll BEATT1 E, Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship.
K. t. HOUSTON. Lecturer on Commercial History
and Art of Computation.
JOHN B. WAKING. Lecturer on Mercantile Customs,
Banking, Exchange. Ac.
Hon. JOHN' CKOW ELL. TI10S. H. nAY and P. B
PALMER, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Rev. J. A. THOME. Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TERMS, IX ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, 940 Ml
For separate in Penmanship, Flourishing,
tc. as jier agreement.
The design of the Institution is to afford as good ad
vantages as can Ite had in any similarone in the Union,
to yo-ing men about to assume the reTonsihle duties
of the Connting Koofn.and various mercantile pursuits.
SCIENCE OF ACIOINTS Book keeping will be
evl.ine.1 from a new stand noint. exhihiline the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the course will
.,..1 r,l,.,nn ni i.Aiini. and On. rnnrw vill
embrace some of the best practical forms of modern ac
countants. This science is often taught as if it were a
species of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea-
ons.and venerable precedents for genuine philosophy,
making the whole field of the science a complete "terra
incognita." To province good practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
be addressed.
DAILY LECTURES, Ac One or more lectures will
be given daily, on the following subjects Accounts,
Penmanship. Mercantile Customs, Banking. Exchange,
Calculations, Correspondence. Commercial Law, Polit
ical Economy, Commercial FHhics. Railroading, &-c
Besides the usual lectures on Law, dec, in Colleges of
this kind, there will be others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
Instruct on points allied 10 the course of study, and one
egpresslv on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL.
This department will be under the superintendance of
two of the best penmen of the day. Business writing
will be taught upon the new method of Folsom's Chir
hythmography, executing to the heat of an instrument,
and producing the popular commercial hand in much
less than the usual time.
N. B. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata
logues. &C, and address the Principal.
2ZpA large library will he connected with Ihe Col
lege, containing the various works on Book Keeping,
Mercantile Law, dec, to which the students will have
access. I nov 1j, -4
HOLBROOK fe LONG, Music Pub
lishers aod Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
PIANO-FORTES,
Mtule asd Musical Instruments of every description
No. 100 and 1 uieriur St., Cleveland. Ohio.
List of riavKos lor sale at the great riano-rorte ve
room:
The celebrated S TOD ART PIANO, nn
equalled for its rich and are tones, elas
ticity of touch and dmruiilitif.
Lirht, Newton Jt BradhnrVi FILTER STRINGED
PIANO, for which a ol medal was awarded at the
Chrystai Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
Institute, N ew 1 ork.
Emerson's BOSTON PREMIUM FIAX0S, the bes
manafactured in Boston, Mass.
In addition to their splendid stock of Pianos kept
eonstitlT on hand, II. & L. offer to the public the I est
AMERICAN MADE GUITARS, and a I no imported flui
tars. of the best Spanish and French patterns, together
with low priced Oerauan Guitars
Ruled Music Paper of 1-, 14, 16 lines, etc., constantly
hand and manufactured to order.
VIOLINS and V IOL1NCELLOS, in erery variet j.
Strings for Violin, Violincello. Tenor Viol, DonMe Bass,
uuiiar and Banjo.- Mono ifows and cases. Bow Hair,
Bridftes, Peps, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Mates, Ros
in, etc., etc.
Reeds. Drams, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks,
Toning Hammers, Tuning Pipes.
UjDealers od Heads of ieminartes supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with eTery-article in the Music
line. HOLBROOK LONG.
May 17, iaM-6m.
7ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
T T PILVER WARE. FANCY GOODS, etc at N.
CRITTENDEN'S. 29 Superior fct Clcreland. The
oldest and most ex tens ire establishment west of New
York, established in Ie6. The stock is alwavs kept
complete. Ladies and Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
endless Tariety. from 8-5 to -250. A larire stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Qp expressly for Rati Road nse. Also, Clocks made
expressly for Stations. Superintendants please call
examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor, Sitting
Room, Bank and Otbee Clocks. Silver Spoons. Forks.
Cups, Goblets, 4kc. tilrer equal to coin, and patterns
and handsome.
PLATED WARE OF ALL KINDS. LAMPS.
Fancy Goods in endless Tariety. Shears, Scissors,
Pocket Cutlery. Razors and shavinr tools in general :
Gold, Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver SecU
cles, to fit any age ; Gold Pns, the beM ever made:
Communion Ware, Willow Ware. Double and Single
and Pistols, and everything in the Sporting line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Instruments ; a large stock.
A Urge stock of H atchmaker s too is and materials.
My facilities and long experience in business enable
to offer inducements to those in want of Goods in
line, rarccly found. Watchmakers, Jewelers, Ped
lars and Dealers in general, will find at wholesale a
stock to select from, and prices warranted as low
can be found in any of the Eastern markets.
TrrBemmineton e Rifle Barrels, and Gunsmith s ma
terials, imported in large quantities. ap 36, 'VI-6m
SUPERIOR ST. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
IMBEr-TOR :
Hon. J. R. Giddings, M. C. Pres. C. U. Finney,
II. Griswold,
Lorin Andrews.
Reuben Hitchcock,
" H. D. Clark,
N. S. Townahend,
W. r. Otis.
Frof. Samuel St, John,
t" P. R. Spencer,
E. F. Gaylord,
Cyrus Prentiss,
W. J. Gordon,
uenry H let.
priwtifals:
H. B. BRYANT. JAMES WASHINGTON LCSK,
H. D WIGHT STRATTON.
rACTLTYI
H. B. Bryant. Professor of the Science of Accounts
II. lwight Stratton. Associate Prof, in the sereral De
tiartments.
Washington msk, fc90" I, U,e PPfnceriaL
K. spencer i System of Penmanship and
, Commercial Correspondence.
Sarah L. Spencer, instractress in the Ladies' Writing
Department.
W. W. Harder, Assistant Prof, in the Book-Keeping
Department.
Hons. Judpe Starkweather and II. Clark, Lecturers
Commercial Law.
President Asa Mahan, Lecturer on Political Economy.
Emerson K. White, Lecturer on Commercial Geog
raphy. TKR MS.
a full Course in Double Entry Book-Keepiog
and other Departments, .... 0 00
full Course in Ladies1 Department, - 30 00
separate Coarse of Instruction in iipencerian
Penmanship, - - - - 5 00
Tarious styles in Ornamental Penmanship as
acreed upon.
The Principals of this Institutions desipn makinc; it j
a thoronirh and Drarticl knowM nf th- ;
of the Countiug-Rroom, and business pursuits iii
general Book-Keeping in all its dejiartmeiits, as used ;
tht, most accomplished modern Accountants, will be j
in a thorough and successful manner
Thisdepartment is under the persrnl superintendance j
one of the bet Accountants in the United States. No 1
Mercantile College in the west possesses sujierior, if
aa vantages, tor imparling a practical knowledge
Commercial Science.
Mr. J. A. Kedinirton.an accomplished and experienced
oceqntant in various branches of Commerce Aitd Trade,
asjuM-iited in this Department, and will attend to
writing up books, adjusting long standing and com
plicated accounts. &c.( in a correct and confidenlal
mai'ner.
Commercial Geography is an Important and interest
branch, which has never until the present time been
connerted with Mercantile Schools.
Tha S.wr !.;. 1 E,.uw, .,r I). r-v.:.. : ii
be tausrht bv its author. P. U. s, Jncer. and J. w! I
No Institution in America o tiers superior facili
ties to this for imparting a fluent aud systematic hand
writing.
The Ladies Depart men n entirely separate from the
gentlemen's, and tv litted up in amostmaguiiiceut man
ner and convenient style.
Business men can le supplied with the most reliable
Accountants by application to this College.
The Principals of this Instiuitlonscan render efficient
to the grwluates in securing good situations.
TTT'Send for CircnUr by mail. jan 10 54 y
RCOVLc-O. (late Cowles 4c A b rt-
Pntu, 40 Weddell House. CUveland. respcrtrullj
the attention of the citizens of Warren and the
nrrouuding county, to his assortment of fine Watches,
S.iverware, Jewelry. House Kepin and Fancy Goods.
prices will W aniform and as low as any .
le-nn cn afford. Every articio sold with be truth
fully !f-rr,-vd nd warranted as represented, llepair
it: in t 1 ranehes eart&fully and promptly done.
Wiy r,K1 ly
ROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
I r HI THE WHOLESALE TRADE. Just received
i -i ir:- Erthnware omr nwn Importation direct
"m:ne Kngli&N Potteries, wiakiiiff one of the largest
r :ne Mrkt eoipr isin v. in part. White Gran
t r'-o-rmr Mlrv-rry. Fiowinc Blue. I-iht Blue. Plain
. j ::noc Wr AIo an estensire assortment ol
LASS W AKK
'.t lnr xrie .re in the trade, enables me to offer to
Nxintrr Merchii ts better facilities than purchasing
wnr - t th Astem cities. Merchants are respect
uilr 'nrltet : catninem' wireand prices, which will
h a .o-r a anv Jo'bing Monsc in this citF.
ifi -f tne Ch'na I'ilcher. No. 134 Snierlor St. .
CleTeiant y 31, l4 y A. tf. OAUKV KR.
CASH, CASH! BUTTER BUTTER!-
All cash fiaid f r sweH yellow ltuttrr.dclivrei! J
paiU at the Kinp:r lore. b- f
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CLOTHING
IIIHSfc, 10, Siptriar Street.
, Clerefand. O.
Sokkeeo Bum urns are now receiving ttie most
splendid st.-ck of CLOTHING ever before exhibited in
Cleveland. in any Cily in the l iiion. which has all
been gotten up with (articular care, for this City and
the surrounding country trade, ami which cannot pos
sibly he surpassed by the best merchant tailor, ami at
only oxi-naLr the s.ijct tlial is charged in Retting
them made to order.
8 .' only is wanted for a Cloth and Cassimere double
Over-Coat: the finest Silk Velvet Vests etcr seen or
made in any Clothing Store.
l'ants of the latest style and best make, of one thou
sand different patterns.
KtllNISIIlMl GOODS of every description and va
riety, and the bet made or imKrted : and. as we are
hound to keep YOlMi AMKHICA AIIKAD of every
thing in the Clothing line, the prices shall he full 50
per cent, less than rlsealiere ; and particular atten
tion will he id to all who mar "drop in," the above
laets will he satisfactorily J rovrn by
nov 'Ji-4mJ SilNXKIlOHN BIIOTIIERS.
TTN10N HALL TRIUMPHANT."
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SAACS' CLOTHING loiiur Tiir Wosl.D '
Sva Yora Iloi.i.ir, so i v vol CLOTHING it
A.t-C Jl ISAACS , lia Hell, Clrrelamd, O.
The Puiilic are invited to an insjection of the superb
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING now on
exliil ilion at this maiiifu-mt rstunlUhment. which in
extent, variety, suH-riority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together aith loaness of price, cannot be
leat by any other Ciothinc il.iuse in Ohio.
Isu s has ju?t returned from the East, where he has
received such bargains in Cloths and materials for
manufacturing, that he has it now in his power and is
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "rtted hut !M and he will commerce by selling
tne tet over-t oat in the City for Fork loLLtas ! and
I nder-Cnats. Pants ami Vets of all descriptions in
lrojortion. it lock mat or mm '. and come alongevcry
ImkI.v who wants to lie clothed, he can fit all sires, from
men as targe as the (JiamtM tkal ittmrnk mt kit dovru, to
little wee fellows three years old. and as his Mammoth
Building is filled with Clothing of all qualities, he is
sure of l eiug aide to suit everybody- Recollect that
he does not wish to humbug the jteople with E&sTeex
t-or Work for 5b per cent, less than any one else, as
heiloes not keep Ircth : but he will furnish his
customers with the Itest Clothing in the City, for less
money than they can purchase the same kind' of Goods
for in anv other house in the I mtcd Mates.
GENTLEMEN'S FI'KNISli IN'li GOODS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A lieral discount made to
W holesale customers who buv for Cash.
VT Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Umiem llmll, corwrr tf superior mmd Vmitn Strtttt.
Clerrlamd. (Mt.
IT? LOOK OCT FOR THE GIAXTS.-QT
fnov S2-Iv
T7" ING k COMPANY,
-1 V PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLEP.S k STATIONERS
5!) Ssaensr Strtrl. ClrrrlamJ Ok,
"ve recently made large additions to their Mock of
Mandarn School and Miscellaneous Books, Blank
" ork and Sutionery. and are prepared to offer induce
ments to Dealers utirpassed by any establishment in
the VI est.
By special arrangements with nearly all the leading
mourner 01 .iew tork and lioslon. we shall herearter
receive their Latest and most Popular Works -rras
with pmblicmtimm, and can supply in quantities
ai lowest wnoiesaie prices.
Among other new and valuable Works, we are West"
em Aeents for the following, vis :
BATE LEAVES OR HISTORIC CARDS Designed
nd confidently expected to furnish millions of our
land an instructive and entertaining sulistitnte for the
"Gaming Cards" now used io so startling: an extent.
IDA NORMAN; or. TRIALS AND THEIR CSES
by Mrs- LiaroLS Pnri es. the well known author of
Lincon's Botany." We can earnestly commend this
work as one of the most interesting and instructive of
the season.
IDA MAY bv Mrs. Smwitmpmctei to he.
THE NEWSBOY bv Mrs. Osasa Switb npmttti.
IDLEWILD by N. P. Wilms.
TWENTY YEARS OF AN AFRICAN SLATER
Tenth Thousand.
BAYARD TATLOR'S NEW WORKS OP CENTRAL
AFRICA AND LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
THE REIVBLICAN COrKT The most magnificent
Kational Illustrated Work ever puhlished in America.
Expected Soon.
Rarnom's Latest "WOP.K !
M'ashington Irvine's New Book.
Also RCTH HALL A Romance, by the world-renowned
'Fa!(T Frrk.'
LIFE OF HORACE GREELY by a "Hew York
Editor."
We expect a large sale for those last mentioned
from the Press of Mason Brothers. dec 13-tf
NOTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
I GOODS. J. R. Aisestsok. formerly of the firm
Cowi-ks & Ai.bcrtsox. has just omel a nrw Store in
the New Block K tkr Cerwer o Siperi&r Street and
lit Pmilic Scmtre, Clerelamd, Oki; where may be
touna an entire Aew Mock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
ENGLISH. FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER WARE of all kimls. Hmrramtrd Part Csi'a.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWELRY.
All kimls of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and 1EKFI MKK1ES.
In short, everything that is New and Pef irable in
this tine, may be found cheaer than can be bought
elsewhere.
ITP STRANGERS should not fail to visit as before
purr hast n r.
Cleveland, Dec. 13, JP54-y
CTRANGE-DEVELOPMENT. Sci-
entitle men are daily hrinj:iiis: to light new Inven
tions, and the march of tiroert-ss is onward ; persons
Bald, or becoming so. will le pleased to learn, that sci
ence ar.d lone research combined, have brought before
ereatest Wsarfrr rr Are. in the article of EM
ERSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sure
cure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from falling.
circulars to be had of acents. Price Sl.OU in large
bottles. Sold by E. . lloyt at Co., and Geo. adams.
Warren ; J. Manning, Younstown ; Prentica at Ed
Is, Canfield.
C. E. FISTIER at Co., Proprietors,
inarch S No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0.
pittslrarcb psintss.
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
Pittsburph, Pa. Established in IB40 Incorpora
ted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
Charter. bo&rd of tiuktkes:
James Buchanan, I Hon. Walter H. Lowrie,
Win. Wilkins, I Charles Naylor,
Moses Hmnpton. Gen. J. K- Moorhead.
P. DrFr, author of the North American Accountant
Professor of Book Keepinp. and Commercial Sciences,
John D. Williams, the best oil -hand Penman in the
United States, Professor of Commercial and Ornamen
tal Pen man ship
N. B. Hatch, Esq., of the Pittslmrph Bar, Professor
Mercantile Law and Political Economy.
P. Hat pen. Principal of the Mathematical Depart
ment, Professor of Mathematics., kc.
Mr. J. D. Williams has permanently joined the Fac
ulty, and it will he seen that, during his late profess
ional enfrapements in the East, he was there regarded
the test Penman in the country. This Institution
tht relore, presents attractions to students ottered by
other of the kind in the I'nited States. The course
training comprises upwards of 4W real transactions,
six iliOereut methods of Double Entry Book-Keeping.
3U0 practical business calculations, covering the
whole field of inland and foreipn commerce. Commer
cial Penmanship, with eTery modern improvement in
Art. Business letters and business forms of every
description. Daily lectures on Commercial Law, Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Profits, dec. Dud's
Harper's Edition, the most compre
hensive in the lnnpuspe 91
Dufl's "Western Steamers Accountant," a perfect
system for such accounts $1 CO.
JO Send for a Circular l.y mail. fnov 22-y
Jh. CANFIELD, ComEiission and
Forward! np Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
Western Reserve Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pork, Bacon,
Poland Pearl Ashes, Sal era t us, Li usee d and Ls.rd Oil,
Fruit, and Produce generally, Nos. 141 and 14a
Front Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. feb 23 tf
3ERRY HOTEL, Corner of Hancock
street and Duquesne Way. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Propkietoks: 31. 11. f.irkle. late oT Nat. Telegraph
Office, PiUsltfirgh ; John McM.tsters. Ji Agt formerly
fcagie Hotel, Pittshargh. - WeaUm Reserve peo
ple are invited to give us a call. mar 16 y
jmr P. -irK. DaVID mtaxdless.
71CK& M'CAXDLESS, Successors
to L. St J. D. Wick, Wholesale Grocers. Forward
and Commission Merchants, dealers in Iron, NaUs.
Cotton Yarn? and Pittsburgh Manufactures gen
j erally. Corner of Wood and A'ater streets, Pittsburgh,
oct 3
Till
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MPORTANT TO COUMERS Ot
U1TE LEAD! FRAUD IN WEIGHT!
PENXSTt-VAKlA WltlTE LEAD WORKS,)
PiTTHRrRv. June, lr54.
The attention of consumers of White Lead is called
the fact that a large portion of that article ground in
is now put up in kegs i-urportiiig to contain and
lbs. each, whereas there is no allowance made for the
"Hehl oi th nd the is defrauded to
amount. The deception can easily le detected by
weighing the didcrcut manufacturers' brands offered
sale.
Durii.g the past year we have made extensive addi
tions to our buildings, niachii.ery and stock, for the
manufacture of large quantities of White head, to ena
ble us to supply the demand for our articles. We
guarantee all lead bearing our brand to he strict tg fur
...fis.1.. iru fml. ..I,.l..,nn 1
excelled for fineness and whiteness, by any made in
United States.
Our lead, ground in oil, is put up in handsome Iron
bound kegs, of S3, 50, 100, "0,300 and 500 pounds
and every keg containing the quantity of lead
it pnrports accurate tare being always allowed
the packages.
is a well known fart, that the various qualities of
branded "Extra, No. 1 and No. 3, are largely
adulterated with substitutes which are not calculated
the same mrpttse.
And there are manufac
claiming respectability for themselves, and
ublic couhdence iu they article, who brand their kegs
their own names, "ifure H htte .eat," although
never turn out a siugle keg without a eousiderble
adulteration of Barytes.
Aug. trsfut B. A. FAHNENST0CK St Co.
ITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF
No.53, Angier House, Bank Street
CAPITAL 9-"0,00U!
DIRETrRS :
M. Hughes, C. W. Seymour,
Josiah Fogr,
Stephenson, A. W. Fairbanks,
Robert Reilly,
t. B. Shaw,
Fr.tnkKn Chase, H. Ch:nilerlin,
P. II. r oh,
J. Fiulayson,
Beiiiam;u Stevens.
Joiiw Hi onrs. President. S. B. Shaw, Secretary.
W. Skvmoi r, Yice Pres't. Frakkliu Chase, Treas
urer. This Company insures against loss or damage by Fire,
the perils of navigation.
Po!icies issued by J F. ASPER, Agent.
Warren, June 7, 154-y
pUKITY. HEALTH, HAPPINESS
Water ts rendered poUunons by passing through
material subject to decay ami dissolution, sucn as
of wckhI, iron and lead. Trof. J. 1. Kirtiaml and
r diittinguishetl ehemists, go so far as to contlema
practice of supplying animals with water through'
substances, and earnestly recommend the STUN E
lTMlkand WATKtt VIVE.
The nndersignetl is extensively engaged at Newton
O., in tOsUiUfacturing said articles, inciatlinw also
Stutieware, havii g a factory driven by steam power,
is prejtared to (it! onler at wholesale or retail on
terms. The Wter l i: is ailmirnbly adapted to
ins tiuids of all sorts, draining cellars, irrigating
4tc. It is also for sale by the Hurts, at Warrtn,
Also, for sale, a ralu:ih c W A T K K POW KR, with some
acrsof land. Factory Itnildiin:!. hnrelliig, etcetc.
ta n mites tolow Lowel!, Mahoning -o.. O.
May Ii. 1.VI tf J. G. CALENDER.
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body can ascertain tiy callinj; at thrOlil Head Quarters
f..r RKADV 1AI)K I'l.OTlllNH.
Bj J. Goldstein, (successor to llorpinstrni it Broth
er.) Oak r'ron t Hi)t No. 15, Main street. Warren, O.
1 have just receivcl, and am now oftening, niy Kail
and Winter stock of Kra.ly .Vla.le riotliins:. Cloths,
Cassimeres; VvJtilip,, nr., together with every variety
of ruriiishiiiR Uools. 1 would simply remark tltat
from the extremely low fiznres of woolen roods East, I
have tteen induced to turclia.
IHU HI.K MV I SI AI, A.MOrXT OF 0X)D3 !
And those that are acquainted wich my mole of doins
business, nre well aware that I will
JI .VEVtll BK lXlKHSOLD!eQI
I do not have niy Clolhinc nuule u l.y any establish
ment in the east, nor did I come from there myself.
Hut I imHirt my own timids. and l.y wrchasinK from
lirsl hands, am enabled to furnish all atrirles in my
line at New-York prices ! 1 am not in the habit ol
runnii.r down any body, nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks when made on me I take my revenue in
r.lKKSIiLLIXi THEM!
Which, from my suerior facilities in Luvinsr, I am
almndantly able lo do.
As .U..(inir prices seems to he fashionable. I will In-
irouuce me ii.iio. nit programme, to be run during the
season, or until the small dealers ahont town come
down to my figures vis : Full snit f Clothes. Coat,
Pants and Vest, for $5 and upwards. A rood Over Coat
for
BOYS' CLOTHIXO
By t!ie cord, consisting of Coats for 81.50. and Pants
forTScents! II it .in. I Caps of every style and variety,
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars, Cravats. Ties!
Scarfs, rndrrshirts and Ih-awers. Shirts, both white ami
colored. In short. a complete assortment of everything
in niy line, anil all 1 ask Is an inspection of my goods
and prices liefore buying elsewhere. I am now the
oldost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co., and
have increased my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have been brought to l-ear against
me. and have lived to see many ol my competitors
shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to rememlier
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 ba
aTorded.
CLOTHIXO SIABE TO ORDER!
Manufactured by tip top workmen, and warranted to
fit ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
Xo. 15, Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
Clothing. I am bound to sell lower
THAX AX Y BODY ELSE DARK PELL !
Come and see! Kememlr the place Big Xo. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the Post Office,
west side of Main street. Warren, 0.
Oct. '54. J. GOLDSTEIN.
TOOK OUT FOR T H EfeV.gg
X-d OHIO CLOTHING STORE, A': K.ff-
Maim street. If arret). Oki:
The suliscril-ers would inform the customers ..
public in general, that we have now an hands, and are
constantly manufacturing 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 bound to be sold a little Cheaper tkam the Cheap
en. We will not be I'NDERSOLD by any.
We have on hand a large stock of Over-Coats,
Dress and Business Coats or all kinds ; Pants and
Vests of every quality, style and color now in nse ;
Rubber Over Coats. I'nder-shirts. Drawer Fin u hi.J
Shirts. Collars. Cravats, and in fact everything kept in
an Establishment of the kind.
W e also have on hand a large stock of Cloths C.i.
meres. Vestings. tc, to sell or make np to order on
the shortest notice.
It r Warranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all. von are resnectfnllv Invito
.no examine our uonns and prices liefore pur-
cnasing elsewhere. You will save money by so doinr.
rf. mt as.
Warren, Nov. 1, 1F54.
fJREAT OPENING OF FALL AND
WINTER READY MADK CLOTHING, HATS
CAPS, ac.c. It hss been clearly demonstrated to i
generous and discerning public that Jon L. Weils h.
Co., 14 Market at., is the legitimate place to purchase
Fall and Winter Clothing. Hats. Cans, and in ikt
ii oi uemiemen s wearing apparel at prices
that throw all babbling competitors in the shade.
Having said this we now heir leave to innmnN tn
the citizens of Warren and snrmnnding ennntry, that
are inot rwM,in, n B IVTrn i.--r-. -1 - ,
t - vh, . i i.i, rn.v . ana ara
prepared to supply all who wish articles in onr line on
the LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH TERMS
tne time, will allow. We have a rreat vsri.lv f
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v juanc loimng oi an ouantles and stvles. an.l
is a common talk about Town that Ar .t.L-
Cloths. Cassi meres, and Goods generally, for our cusf
torn trade far outshines anything in the market, whic-
cut anu make up at short notice, in a style superior
anything done in this section of country.
Also, HATS and CAPS in great varieties. And w.
would particularly call attention to our fine Silk Hats
and Silk Plush Caps, which in neatness and style, are
anomaled. So call, examine and judge for
yourselves. JOHN L. WEEKS Co.,
Warren. or. 1. Ifj4. 14. Market Street.
4 MERICAN ARTISTS' UNION.
The American Artists Union would resnertfhi.
announce to the citisens of the I'nited States and the
Canadas, that for the purpose of cultivating a taste for
fine arts throughc ut the country, and with a view of
enaMing every family to become possessed of a gallery
Engravings,
BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF TnE AGE,
They have determined, in order to create an ex ten bits
sale for their Engravings, and thus not only to give
employment to a large noml-er of artists and others,
inspire among our countrymen a taste for works of
to present to the purchasers of their engravinrs.
when 250,U00of which are sold.
250.000 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST OF .50,C0
Each purchaser of aOne Dollar Engraving, therefore
receives not only an engraving richly worth the money'
also a ticket which entitles him to one of the Gifts
when they are distributed.
For Ftv Dollars, a hftrhly finished Entrravine.
beautifully PAINTED in OIL. and FIVE GIFT TICK
ETS, will be sent; or Five Dollars worth of splended
Engravings can he selected from the Catalogue, and
i'j rciu.ru uitii or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a specimen of
oi tne engravings, can be Jeen at tht oflice of this
paier.
For each Dollar sent, an Engravi.r actually worth
sum, and a Gift Ticket, will immtdiatelr be for-
warded.
AGENTS :
The Committee believing that the success of this
Great National Undertaking will be materially promo
by the energy and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such
the most liberal terms.
Any person wishing to become an Atrent. bv send ins
paid.) 91, will receive by return of mail, a One
Dollar Engraving, a "Gift Ticket, a Prospectus, a
Catalogue and all other necessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the Gifts will lie
laced in the hands of a Cokmittec of the PrsruASBKs
be distributed, due notice of which will he given
the I'nited States and the Canadas.
LIST OF GIFTS.
Marble Busts of Washington, at - - $100 010,000
" - Clay, .... - NJ in.tx mi
WeLster, 10 IM.Inmj
44 Calhoun, 100 10,UWI
elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid
gilt frames, sixe 3x4 ft. each. t
100
50
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5,000
5,000
5,000
40,000
41,000
13,000
23,0011
50,000
5,000
5,000
5.000
5.000
eleiraut Oil Paintings, 3x3 ft, each.
steel plate Engravings, brilliantly
colored in oil, rich gilt frames,
S4x30 inches each.
elegant steel plate Engravings.
Monument, SUx'C inches each.
237,000 steel plate Engravings, from"
Jim dtaerent plates, now in posses- I
sion of and owned by the Artists1
Union, of the market value of from j
00 cents to $1 each, J
first-class Dwelling, in 31st st., N. Y. City,
rimming Lots in its. and juist its..
N. Y. City, each ,xlU0 ft. deep.
1,000
Villa Sites, containing each 0.(Hn
sq. ft. in the suburbs of N. Y. City,
and commanding a mairnificent 500
view of the Hudson Kiver and j
Long Island Sound, at J
perpetual loans of cash, without
interest or security, of $."0 each,)
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10. WW
Keference in regard to the Real Estate, F.J. Yishtiikr
Co., Heal Estate Brokers, New York. Orders, (K)5t
with money enclosed, to Ite addressed,
J. W. HOI.HKOOKE, Sec,
505 Broadway. N. T.
JJpThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now read;
delivery. nov 15, '54 -om
V0USG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
HUDSON THE FALL SESSION of this In
stitution will open on Monday, the 1 1th day of Septem
ber next.
TUITION CHARGES :
Elementary branches, including U. S. nistory.
Watts on the Mind, etc, per quarter of 11
weeks, - - - - - - $ 1 00
Academic course, ----- - 5 00
Piano or Melcdeon, 34 lessons - 8 00
of Instrument, - 5 00
Drawing or Painting in Water Colors, per or.. 3 00
Painting, per qr - - - - - C00
t.ch, 300
order to meet the expressed wants of the commu
1 for larger accommodations and to adapt the course
instruction more ierfectly to the age and attainments
the pupils, a
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
been constituted, for which a convenient room has
secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is
successful operation. The tuition charges in this de
partment will be Three Dollars.
Parents or guardians and other friends of education
respectfully invited to visit the Institution at any
during the daily sessions which may suit their
convenience.
JTj- Pupils are specially requested as they would
s.itifaetory progress in their studies, to be pres
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April 4, lr-54.
n.ivinghad some opportunity to become acquainted
the present Princii-al and assistant in the Young
ies Seminary of Hudson. and their successful bailors
commencing aud conducting it thus far, we take
pleasure in confidently recommending the Institution
the patronage of the community as one in which may
secured the benefit of a thorough, elevated and re
fined education for young ladies in a suiterior decree.
congratulate the people of Hudson and the vicinity
the establishment of such a Seminary under so
auspices We are liappy to know that it is in
tended to provide in this Institution the means and fa
cilities of an education of the higliest order.
REV.G.E. PIERCE, Pres. W. J. W. SMITH,
H.N. DAY, IK, Col. WM. H. SESSIONS,
DR.G.P. ASHMI N.
REV.J.C HART.
N. BARRKTT,
PKOF.N. P.SEYMUL'U,
BREWSTER,
Hudson. April -ti, lr54-y
HON.V.R.HCM I'llREY,
KEV.T. B. FAIRCH1LD,
KEY. HARVEY- CUE.
FRESCO. HALL RESTAURANT,
WILLIAM GREKN. AGENT.
Patrons of this jtopular and fashionable Saloon,
all repudiated the credit system, and are faying
for their refreshments. They say, ".reen has
to .lo to keep evrrvth nr in onler and serve his
men! without makinc ti kris.chanrinis oysters ami
refreshments, drawinc off accounu, and shinning i
alout town for money that has l-een ticketed for a
or so." an.l run one or two and three years, and I
(tettint anvlhine don't p ly, and they won't let him i
anv more." liei.tlrn m. your arrangement suits
Stick to the text: pay as you iro, and all mv time ,
inclnditig that prtion f it which hi heretofore leen
in fruitless efforts t collect money shall he de
j to your ronifort. Sly house shall le set in onler
for the better accommodation if niy cash cus
i "Kxcelsior, shall he my motto.
Warren, March Sf7, lri4. H M. OKKKN, Agt.
DENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
would respectfully anu on nee to the citizens of
Warren, aud to the ublic, tltat he will still be found at
Rooms over Fresco Hall, where he will je.-forni any
opemtion that may he reoired uf the Dental profession
an elegant and durable manner. He returns his
for iast farors, and aks for a contti nation of
same. All oeraiions perform ei by lr. U.will le
warranted to be what Uiey should be, in errrv sense of
won!. J. C. BURROUGHS.
Marc 16, la5l tf.
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fltsctilantjotts.
"VIEW-YORK BOOK STORK. The
1 sul'scriher haying purrhased Mr. J. Marvin's
stock, takei this method of informing the citizens of
Warren and Truuiull county, that in addition to ths
stock on hand, he it receiving and now opei ing.a
COM PLKTR STOCK OK NKW BOOK ,
Stationary and Fancy Goods as ran le foui d in ths
West. His stock of Books comprises llistoi ies. Trar
els, Romances. Kneyclopedias, Hiographiev, Works on
Elocution, Architecture. Agriculture, Theology, (leolo
gy. Philosophy. Physioloey, Phrenology, Works on
Spiritualism, Mytic Orders, Annuals and AH-nms.
Alms all the new Publications worthy of note, piles uf
prhooi hooks, ootn old antt new. now in use in the aey
era) school district. Bibles from 5tl cts. to $10, Prayer
ana iiymn dooks .oraii iienominntions.
JUVENILE AND TOY B4'OK3
In great Tariety, Letter Writers, Sons; and Dream
RrwtL-a Aitrnloy.'i-a' ltfwab mnA r-anl
STATIONERT.
In this department are offered every description of
ttootls, French, American Laid, n oto. Can. lill. Let
ter ami Note Pair of he best quality, and Envelopes
10 matcn.
BLANK BOOKS.
Comprising Ledgers. Journals, Record, Cash. Invoice,
Time, Log. Note, Kecei4 and Memorandum Books.
AUn. Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Prints, 3Ins, Chessmen and Bm.rH
Dominoes. Dice and Cups, Playing ami Printing Cards,
Paper Weights. Calendars. Letter Clips and Killholders,
Address Cards, Plain, Gilt, Kmhossed and Illumined,
Card Caes. Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
Drawing Rooks, Cards, Paer and Drawing materi
als. Inks. nting rlutds. Pens and Lead Pencil!.
Leaves, Wire, Pajier. etc., for Artificial Flowers, and
a large assortment of KncHsh, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Papers from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodicals, llarpors Putnam's
Graham's, Godey's and Methodist National Magazines
Leslie's Book of Fashions and Yankee Notions.
The purchasing commnnity will find always on ha nd
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
jhe Post Otttce.
Warren O., Oct., 1th. IBM, R, A. A. BALDWIN,
B
0ST0X CLOTIliXG IIOUSEJ
Hrows's BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE, in the New
Building, opposite the Democrat Office, Mam Street,
w arren, unio.
We are now exhibiting the richest, cheapest and best
l-t or t I.UI hum., at Wholesale and Ketail, ever
brought to this market, comprising Dress, Frock and
Business Coats. Overcoats, Pants and Vests, of every
variety and style conceivable. To test the truth of our
assertion we will give you prices and you can corns
and exnmine for yourselves.
A FULL SUIT, Covr. Prr and Vrst. S6.50, with
an Overcoat to match for $4. Also, a rich stock o I
Boys Clothing; Coats for with Pants to match for
$1. Also, a complete stock or HATS and CAPS, com
prising every style and quality. We have also a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, and a large
stock of Broadcloths, Cassi meres and Vestings, rich
and rare, and of the latest and most fashionable styles
IAKU. The rroprieters here take occasion tore-
turn their sincere titan ks to the people of Warren ard
the surrounding country, for the generous patronage
which they have hitherto awarded them, and respect
fully ask its continuance, feeling certain that tfcsir
goods, for style, quality and cheapness, canjiot bt
equalled in this section of country. Our goods are all
warranted to be of good" material, well rode. and to
give good service We have but one price for our
goods, and that a just one. believing it a i oor Ktiicy
and worse principle to plunder from one person to
secure the loss on another. P. T. BART LETT,
Warren, Oct. 7, 1S54. G. W. BROWN-
THE WHOLE WORLD.
$300,0ti0 WORTH OF GIFTS, for the subscri
bers to the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL or the Wiiols
World, puhlished simultaneisly m the three cities of
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, as soon as
3O0.000 subscriptions are obtained ; and having al
ready an actual circulation of aiout 900.000, it is now
certain fas dtttrikution will take place.
Among the extraordinary Icsr or sirrs, (being one
for every ticket iisucd.) are
Prof. Hart's Eleeant Country Seat, valued at
A Magnificent City Residence
A Cash Loan for 100 years, without interest
or security
Building Lots. Elegant Piano Fortes, Melo-
JyiVOOO
17,000
10,000
deons. Gold Watches, Bracelets, Rinss,
Books of Travels in the Old and New
World, by Prof. Hart; Real Estate. 4 c,
ecc, Ac, m all numbering 300,000 Gifts,
valued at $300:000
Everv single remittance of 91. secures one year's
sabscription in the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL, and the
gratuity of a Gift Ticket, which entitles the holder to
one share in the 3O0.000 Gifts. Thus every person in
vesting in this stuiendons Enterprise receives the
full worth of his or her money, in subscription to a
first class journal, (the greatest and most interesting
Pictorial of the age.) besides a Gift for each subscrip
tion, which may prove an immense fortune to tha
receiver.
For complete List of Gifts, and full and expl:cit par
ticulars in regard to the great Enterprise Distribu
tion, Ac. see a copy of Tns Wnon Worlr, which
will be promptly sent, free of charge, where desired by
letter, post-paid.
Tne Whoi.b 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.
Agents. Postmasters, and Ladies desirous of lucra
tive, and at the same time, renter! mployment, should
not fail to seem copy of The Wnoi.n World, which
contains by far the most liberal inducements ever of
fered to agents in the way of immense cash premiums,
eifts, commissions, dec, whereby anv person, with or
dinary activity, can easily make $1,000 and upwards,
per year ; to which fact the agents we already have
can certify. Secure the Pictorial, and become wise, ,
rich, and happy.
Corresjtendents must write their addressName,
Post Oftice, County, and State, and dtMtimct, or it
will be their own fault if they fail to get an answer, i
Adhere to this, and all returns will be promptly sent
wnerever desired, in any part or the world.
VlT If ny orders are received after the 300.000
subscriiiers are obtained, the money will be promptly
returned, post-paid, to tne persons sending it.
JCr-'1 letters and remittances for the Pictorial,
with Gift Tic sets, must invariably be addressed.
post-paid, to Prop. J. WOODMAN HART, World's
IUll. Broadway, New lork, there being the ay
office for the Gift Enterprise.
But remitiances for the Pictorial wiTForT Gift Tick
ets, may be sent to Prof. J. WOODMAN HART, II ,rt's
BciLDi!ts, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Pa , there
being the principal editorial and publication ofhee.
Oct. 11-om.
VTATCIIES, CLOCKS, Jewel-
T ry, kc. Th subscribers have just re- P '
eeived a large stock of Goods in their line, which, t
with their former stttck, makes a very desirable assort
ment ; among which are Gold and Silver Watches , Sil
ver, Silver Plated and Brittania Spoons; Breast Pins;
Finger Kings; 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 Gloles, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
and Coffee Pots; Communion Ware; Castors; Cloth,
Shoe, Hair, Flesh, Tooth and Shaving Brashes ; Melo
deons ; Guitars; Banjos; Violins; Flutes; Fifes; Ac
eordeons ; Plageoletts and Tan borines ; Hair Pins and
Combs; Waist Slides 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 cu stemers we tender our tluinks for the
patronage the establishment his received for the last
thirty-six years. WALTER KING & SON,
Dec. 1S52. No. 9, Main Su, Warren, 0.
f ULES VAUTR0T, Wholesale and
ti Retail Dealer in Clocks, W&tthes. Jewelrt, Sil-
ver-W arc, and Fajht Goods, Warren, Ohio. lV.
., -vl V...sa lnn.awt,f,
ufactories, 1 brought with me a very large
assortment of extra-fine En dish Lever Watch
es, in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also, a superior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for timing horses. Also, Euglish Lever
Railroad Time Keepers, in Silver Hanging Cases; and
larger stock of Detached Lever aud Lepine Watches
than was ever liefore 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 ftJ'y
recommend. Everylnxly is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing t sii
again, will find a large assortment, and prices that ' !l I
compete with Eastern Cities, as I purchase my goo-is j
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for a. j
small p.-ofits as any other establishment in the country. :
few fine Double Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
sold Tery low. Now is the time for securing a goo I (
bargain. Call soon and see for yourselves.
Watches, Jewelry, fee, carefully repaired and war
ranted. JTP Engraving neatly done. !
Oct. 7, 1H54.
"VEW STOVES! T. II. MORLEYj
& Co. are constantly making additions to their J
large and well selected stock of Stove Patterns, so that f
thev are now able to furnish customers with the most i
desirable patterns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, Xo. 5.
do Improved do do do do
This Stove is truly the Farmer's Stove, for after an
unprecedented iuu of five years, the demand for them is
still increasing.
The Womans' Rights Cook Stove, No. 1, for wood or coal,
do do do do No. 3, do
do do do do No. 4, for wood.
This is a new imtteru of Conl Stove, just got out by
a ith elevated oven. No. I is ii. tended for a dining
rKsu. Stove, having two l o'l- r holes and a large capa
cious oven for l:iking or keeping me.it warm. No. 3
fourS inch holes f r boilii.g.and isridpt'-dto small
families. No. 4 has 4 9 inch hole for l oiling, and a
very large oven, and is adapted large fumiucs.
The Bang Up Cook Stove, No. 4.
do Western Queen do do
do Queen of Prairies do do
do Great Western do do for coal.
These Stoves have four 9 inch boiler holes and capa
cious ovens below the fire chamer. For teauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
unsurpassed. They are perfect bakers.
The following are some of their Parlor Stoves :
The Cottage Franklin Coal Stove, No.
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated Slidine Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the late State F;iir. For beauty and
convenience, they challenge competition, as the extra
ordinary sales this year abundantly testify.
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. 3, do
The Jewett A Root Stove. Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Box,
Dairy Stoves.
All kinds of machinery made to order. Stov F-.no- i
eat of Tayler's Wir-lv.use.on the canal. M.iclrne
Foundry, east side or I.- ly street, en the canal. Tin !
Shop f'tur doors west of the .Batik, Market street. W.ir- 1
OhiK j?" 19
V'EW ARRANGEMENTS attl.ef
EACLE HOTEL. The suhserilwr wnul.l take litis
opportunity of informing the citisens of Warren.aml
puiilic (renerally. that he has purchased the Kiui.s
II.iTtL. formerly kei hy Mr. Camp, where hireafu-r he
would l e itlad to s-e his tnen.ls, anu all who choose to
live him a call. The hest arrangements will he made to
make his house a pleasant place to stop, and no effort
he spared to those who call once to stop apiin. To
0111 customers oi me r-aRie ue woui.i say, no uo
condemn a chance as for the worse. Iecause yon were
well suite.! with your old Undl. nl. I ul giv. the new
administration a n;n wo.rv j ucvi...
Warren, Aug. IT, lri3.
UKO. T. HULL.
BA. FAIIXENSTOCKA Co.'s Pur-
White Lead a large supply conrtanly on hand
nd for salea he lo west cath rriceby
Aug 9. K A. SMITH . Co.
ITTRITING INKS, &c Arnold's and
f May nan! St Noyes celebrated Writing Inks.
Also, Iuk Powder, Carmine Ink, Indelible Ink, for
marking linens, Writin Sand, Ink Bottles, etc.. etc
forsalehy . fmay ?! RAi8MIHl
rpiIE LADIES' COMPLETE GUIDE
to Crotchet and Fancy Knitting. A f-w conies
received at ADAMS' Bookstore.
Also, several new popular works. Drop in when
have toss. nov i
Patent 3lfbiriiuSo
TU. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WA-
FRS. FOR Til K Cl'RE OK COI.DS. rOFUHS.
ASTHMA. HKllM III TIS. I'ONUMITIO.N. AND ALL
Al f KCTIDNS Ol" TUB CHEST AND LI'NliS.
These Wafers operjie like a charm pralucinealmost
Instantaneors relief. They allay at once, the tickling
and irritation in the throat, which gives rise to hacking
and coughing, and Dually result, if not arrested, iu a
disease of fatal type.
for Hronchitis. so fearfully prevalent in this climate.
inese ar. rs sianu perfectly unrivalled. No rnhlic
Speaker should attemi to address an audience without
a. supply of
LOCOCK'S WAFERS
inhispecket. They lubricate the throat an.l facilitate
delivery to a most astonishing drrre. Professional
singers, and all mtmkri of Church Choirs will expe
rience immense benefit from their magic effects. All
who use them cheerfully testify to their wmderful elB
eaey. There is hut one opinion of their matchless vir
tues, in all complai nts for w hich they are recommended.
One box will aitisfy you that we cannot speak too
highly in their faror.
Hon. SAMIKL RICIIARDSOX, late Mayor of Roch
ester, N. Y.: Dr. James McCarthy, of Medical Hall,
Dublin: 8. Prarsall, Virar. I.ichlield Cathedral: E. Pres
ton. Coal Merchant, of Hull England ; and thousands
of others have volunteered their testimony in favor of
Dr. LOCtKSK'S great diicoiery. A single trial will
convince the n os: sceptical that no medicine ap
proaches this in the ah solute control it exerts over all
that fatal class of diseases which we have enumerated.
Mold l.y all Medicine Dealers generally.
Oct. 4, lf-Vf-6m
... 4i
som i ;
AM V
nil n o
ALUAliLE.
N V. V
li.e i)H.t p t-rful Kifg a th face of the rlobe now
rs-i Ks.r--it ii, iim .. imri. -uj lifpullie. Hie power
( -.. ur.J iit-.t-ij of i urxpe jiik 111L0 inslniheanos
iii i. fct uiur I ur Ainrri an hh:g.
rur .! k- l i..pi' t:ie pow.-r estd in them to
i!.r.-:.s tne ii i,- f it. n !i and lordly, and to reduce
to s.r"..:r in; r. ai. J hvr:i.lati-,n. th and depood
-i. I. ui.r An iri ji, frin- frrth i(htNU-il wiittng
to ibe 1 r y ni;.ni- n at..! the hiimoln rabin, road
i i.. , iuint.vi.-r r,..i. f. atl.i i,, ofTrf health and bappi
it-'- v. If- U aoi toly. the rich mad 11. pc
GREAT ATtIEIUCJIN KIKG
( ii.t 1.;b W-,s. si-, -r T;s W kldl and in gresteat
bk 4n rvrr ofTtrrsi to aft.ii t' d h umjtnitv : to th uf
- riu millHr:m t i.e lo.-ur nn reii f is at -ur om
wu.nd. Vu ha. ool ts. uj- tbitv Diaical retard v. All
thm tili u"r. and ..l n-t a.wpt the pnff-rrod
Udlin. dt-M-r.r ti"t tbep.lv i f it.eir families.
1 hi vfu Jerful meietne. durin th .ri-f perKd slsos
ta ititroaiu -trm. has exrritd U-ippinm to th barts of
tubmen sis ?:.J uiaile Iif a rb.Trm to many who Ivrofte
fcr rerarjeti it on l as a painful and miserable
nce.
tht wind aith all l.iiflmnt. Fm' rorationa. Pain
KiU. rs, and Cain f.&traei'irs. ani le, millions of glad
tnn-uv pnelaiui tho neriu of toe f:rmt " A rrwrirma
Kins i f i ain." a pr'-pirnlto;i vwitnpr.ri sulHy of vog
kabik-vai.d rccts, prtdut-ed bv Auwrira's own rich and
buiiltu v l.
vouIt nuk the Lms, who am slwsys em sclent
judges f what Wa- d n.it is nut s vsluabU CunUv nted
trlii. to do it f.ptTi.il f r hw siring ths King of lain
a single trial, ais'l if Mf ita-t -rv, eir ttKir oflwue
la tU 1-t.alf rr.-oimr.et d U. wMk Hell and fuu fit it,
snd wc tiutt it it Urwtl b ihrir ai'ii-c.l neihrs. Ihm
IjKlirsan alwa srharital le, an si a hn thT inJu their
Wilcrinf frtei..i Ui uw tiii raiv valuaM dir?iu,
thev ri U- ti.nn an art i f lnt-TMlen.-e that thsy can
wU In pnttd i f. ii-tn i- x p erful and iruly-mu-irai
nuuvl,. f-r all et rn: l him - Tr . s lli:ilx, i'lirns,
Acand fir uiany iitt-rtixi nil i--ti.-i:s. it i a errt a cur.
ywt it U p rt ' tlr haruilc-w, and in.-apal'le nf protueing
tb least tti;urii,ut irtru in I lie uitl delieaU cusaw or
ths wken ev.iii.ii;ution.
Jt is rutin ly u-h-x to f llow th old and worn out
fVBlen. -f pm li.shii, to ti,e pul-lif thousands of certifl
aalesof woudt-rs u- rf-Tuu.i I v UtU me'li.-iud. It costs
but twent-l r ecrit t" tr ic. and I'r. dull stahes bis
wt-il ram-! rputatin "n.i lt;e Kitiof i'aia doing all
snd mure h.ti h -!.irii. ftr it,
Wewotii l 3f.i, b.it yi'U th l:h'.ui:tsIsni or Goat;
fhes an Tf t idiamnt conpani't!. and wo kmw that
vu wi.ui-i iike W dfie thvu as scm as pusxiUe,
then cm-
"ML LL'5 KINti OF PAIN."
M't-uld yuu I run-d aJitx5t hnrjat-ly f Bowel
Complaint. I'.'-rfiiurY. .uuiufr t'otupUiuUtlohra Mor
buv tramp Ci...K. At-hff. T.-oth or aar othtsr ache
K pain, Uio tsuiedv u impl and tht ure certain,
tiF. TilS UliKAT KIN-i UF PAIN.
Would you have your P"rcs. Swl!ina. Cuts, Burns,
;11. lruies. or any i thvr wound hald, we rvpoat
It, nit tha
MAUtCAi. k:nc. of pain.
Would you be eared t,f Seal. I Head. Stiff Joints. 9ore
Tfcroat, Neuralxia. ."otv Urcr.it. laiiulao. leitvr ur king
V Arm. alt l.bu:. -iis f 1 i-oie :i !ns- t. t 'liappd
HanCa. an 1 all otir sTi-s. -itbvr lry or l.aniiini(. we
ay aain and aain. lots a.i;it b lr. John Bull s
-KING .F PAIN.
Would you he cure. I f Kin,:'.! r.:il. Cah'-s-r. Tumors,
KruplioQji, r an disea.-; .f the rauH by Impure
bloi-i. ilitn im i'r. Juha Hull s .-xir.ipariila internally,
and ilie Kii: of 1 etriall. nthiae can be more
vriaiii thau a speedy and effectual eur.
JOX BULL'S
SAIiSAPARILLA.
Tills mediri.:. when accordin$ to direi.tioast
will curt, without bit:
Arof.ila.
or Kitii a . U,
Cancer. lrtiptimB
bf thf '- - in iJ. iJ -
Tumors, t'hnoii ore ..a.
Ring Uorm s-r Teit-ra, rsU llm-L
l;ivuuiatt.-Bi. laiis in tla l-nns or
Joints, i td S n and 1 icrrs. ,-ltin of
thUnds. S;jjb..i. lv- pia. alt l hum.
Diseases f th hidi-ys. l'k-co-s ari-iwi: fron the
Toawof Ucn-ury.lsa si .wppetits. I'aiu iu tht id and
FhouldVr- Ovucral Ik I iu.,-. Lueila. Cu tis. folds,
Dropsy. Jauntie. t'trstirenesa. lroiii-hitis. tveakneaaof
Chant. &r Throat. 1'ultuonar) ati.Ktionaaud all other
DitvaKes landing t. pri'du C- rsunipti-m. Liver Com
plai eta. Female Insularities and Complaints, Low
Spirits. Siek and ner ous I ln l-he, N ight Sweats,
lJipsitiureii. or lmpru tcnee in Life. Chronic Oon
sLitutiou.tl liiiasea, and as a Spring and
Bummer Drink, and General Took- tor the
EysUiiu and a tientie snd Plssant
Purgative, it is sup-riT to Blue
Lkk and ConPre- Water,
baits, a-ei-i.its
lOWdenL
It Is a remarkabl Ctrl, that among the hundrods of
eminent phsteUus who hare taatiued tho recipe by
which Bull's Sirsa pari 11a is preparod, but on has our
demnail it. hut all approve it and commend it in the
faiichort term. Many phkUns expn-ss themselves
strouly in tha belief tlut it i deci Jediy tu lest prepa
ration of Ssrsiparilia that has ever been plamd beiore
the public Although then are ciauy li.. Kiciins who
UtA a rvluetaneeU having th-ir names appended to the
noommetiJation t-f any parti ular remedy, not wit h
itaiidingthtr may approve of it in tbi L 'hest daereo;
th ore are others who frankly yield their support in tares
of a raedy which they know is -apaMe of, doing so
much good in analtUvted er.mmunitr. Asau evidance,
raad tbe fctlewiug from old and n-perta':-l ph siciahs.
f bifh standins lu th comuiui.ity ia hi-h Umj live
TESTIMOIIY:
-Testimony lik. th t ll..in - roaJ.rs snprrflnoaa
all oommeuts on th :!t'a.-- t f I'.ull arsapnriila. Kmin
Irr. L. 1. YanJrll. ,Tresnr t.f i t.luistrf ia lint Uuia
Uls Mwlidal Collrcc : 1 hai o Kokri .-r tbe lut of io
rreaisnts eumpusin John Hull s ConHHtund KxtrarSof
gaxsaparilla aitil hat. ou ltusitali -n i:i savin that th7
aorta a safe ci.DijK.un.1. .tn-t iMtv tiitt promise well ii
sbronis disitases, to wbUh it U Apv,1i'a1'''
L. VA.'lUr.l.L.M.D.
LovianLLB. Juns 0, l is.
What lr. Pvlss. phvn- ian hr a.pnlntuivnt to th.
LsuisTills Marin lluspital. sas f nui! s Jarparilla
L. I-11T11.LS. .Marrh 30, IMS.
I hav examined tbe pription ,r th preparatioa
f Job. Bull s S-arsnparilla. and I be!i.v tb combina
tion to I. an .(1,-l:l.llt ens ai.J well raK-ulatrd to pro
flue aD altrralis iiiiI'rrsj-l"U 'n tbe vW'.!n. 1 bar.
ami it Is tb in pai Ii- and priat .rarti.. and think
It Is Jie best arti. l i f .-aripari:la i-.w in use.
M. TVl.tS M.D.
Rrsidrnt I h.vsi lan Lr.ol-villv Marine Hospital.
Peltrf tstiaon than wast.-rr o:7trr,l ir faior of any
Ibtue. lies. k. W. rVhon IT. r:. SUrer.snr
1 iMttlt Mav IMh. 1M9.
T'a hav. osr,l Ji hn ul Parsarilla and hav
known it to h usl, with rnlir.' salifi.-tmn: and w
ha n.'h itstir n in stitin -.'nr I,- i. I that it is a sats
and -Uoale nir.iml n.nioai:.!. ar I eal. ulate.1 to pro
dura iuu- cood and r.-lie to it. h su: nn.-: and there
fore w uM rhiKTful! and nn-st ,-.iruestly reoiniund it
Ut the afttii'ted.
, X. W. SlfllON,
(Mie-ll (wflHUliUa,
We wonld m-rtlv in. It- !1 p- r ns Im are soffrr
Inc with ani of tl:e ill lliat l:.-b i heir to to call on
Dr. John Hull s .-i-i-nt-and ft. a fp.-'f Bulla raatUv
Journal '.Tatis: and t T thr saK. i.f htintanitv we hi.p
that a sincle indivklnal i'l net I. r un ! unwilling to
rir Hull s Sarpsril!a a lri,l aft.T.n-artini. and rorot
lertin. at the same ti:ne. IlLit it is i"M Jtl le .r tb
ImW lo pu' lish the truth ort of the nuuilvr of eer
liooates of aat-unlin; rures p. r( rurcd by bis S-u-sapa-rills.
The anK.oi.tof testiuK.iiy nJui.tatily sh..ereil
on llr Bull s .-arssparilla. fr .iu wrll known and 4Utiw
iruishrd indisWnals. I.rfh in public aud pritat Ub,hal
Iwetl uerfertlv tn-erwbelnda.
lir. John Hull s ITiurlpnl ..fS. West Sid Fifth
HrX. first door below iUiu. Louix ai lea, Ky.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
PRINCIPAL OPFICI!?.
II BARCLAY THKKT. I I KIKTH 3TP.FKT.
. M-.WTORK. LOtliniXS.
SILS RT
Iiruooipts as mk' iiants thkoloiioi-t th
UNITED STATES, CANADA, MEXICO, AND
TU WKST INDIti
And ly T. A. SMITH & Co.Druggista Xo. 5 Main St.
P arren.
CTTT?i toPA QTT A r 1?F A f V.P A V '
I1H.AI tAMI AU KUJJI I
IKK'T AND SHOE ESTABLISH-
IIKNT. So. W. Main SlrevU
J. JlrConnell Co.. No. jl). Main
f
Street. arren. unio, nave ,icms- 1 rSS v 1 SB IS
re of annooscinx to the ciliiMis of CV I
Tnitnl.nll rountr anl th taM:C m Rf I
imrral, that thry are n-cvin: aii.1 mannfartiirins the ;
lanrrst. ehraprst an.l hest assortment of WWTS anj t
SllOtS ver Immrht to the Western market, which;
Oiry now offer tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices ;
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and j
reaily-paj svrm. innrwm 1'iri... j
t'iKNTLKMKVS kKlMKTMr.XT !
Men's Coaie Boon: Men's Calf Per'd I nitatioa B'ts: ,
Hungarian do: French Calf seVd, steel s'ks; ,
" Kip do; " Bropans;
Calf Peas do; " Kip and Calf Bisgans;
Boys' Boots and Broeans. all kinds.
S.AIir..- I'Ll ahi Jit.i .
Ladies' Jenny l.ind Boots, Uuskins and Yies; Ladles'
Patent latlier Hnskins and Ties, aud Monicco Boots; j
Hisses' Sewed and I'rsTrd Gaiters and Shoe, of all ,
enoki
Morocco, Calf 8k in and Upper Leather, and every
thing usttally kept in our line, which will he sold for
: a. lower than can be foundelsewhere in the county,
April 14. Iea3. J. McCOSSELL CO.
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j'PHE CHEST Sir Astlcy Cooper,
-L Bart.. M. D.. the eminent Mntical Practitioner,
has left a valual.le legarv to the world in hrs liHKAT
I'RKVE.NTATIVEFOKCO.NSLMI'TION and unfailing
cure for Pnlmonary Diseases, withoi tthk ess or sis
1 icisb. Sir A. C, B irt., invented and advised the use of
THE MEDICATED FUR CHE!T PROTECTOR,
to all persons of all axes and conditions, as a certain
and safe shield asrainst those fearful di leases, Con-
sumption. Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs.Colds ami other
.miction, of the Lung,, which arise from the exposed
,wc f the chest, aceordine to f ,.hTJ . fn.i .1. ,.
oal changes of our climate.
"Tle Protector, i aimply a ehemlcalty pre ared
fur, lined with silk and tabled, which, suspended from
mc nat, co.cra we cues, in so agreeahle a manner,
that, once worn, it becomes a necessitv and a coaifor.
The Protector," although but rccentiyintroduced in
to America, is making rapid pro-rress through the
I'nited 3t-.u-s -he Canada. South America, and West
Indies. It hs for a long time been a staple article
in England and on the continent of Enropc, while it
has grown iu many countries to the position of ao arti
cle of dress.
To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English
resident in your vicinity of his k row ledge of the ben
eficial effects of wearing the Protector, withoct ri
coi'rsb to Dm-roKiMtt of any kind. The cost of wear
ing these articles is a mere trilie, and one will last
some years. No one who values the health of himself
or his family will e without them. The Hospitals in
this country are not alone recommending them, hut
rapidly introducing them. Hareourt, Bradloy A Co.,
or London, and Manchester, Kn gland, were oririnally
entrusted with the manufacture of the Protectors, by
the lamented Br. Cooper, and continue to manufacture
acconling tc 'his original". instructions, and therefore
recommend those who would wear -The Protectors,"
to see to their being genuine.
Rmember this is a staple article, and no Patent
Met I urine.
RETAIL PRICE3.
Gent's Site, - - . $1 50 each.
v Ladies do. - - . 1 DO do.
Boys and Misses do. - 7J
H ARCOURT, BRADLEY Ac CO.,
3. Ann Street oz 10 Nassau street. New York.
Principal Warehouse. Uf Wood Street, Cheapside
London. Manufactory, 44 Market Street, Manches
ter, England.
H. B. & Co. are esUIdithing Depots for the sale of
-ine rroiecior in an parts or America. Phvsicians,
Surgeons, Drutrgists, Clothiers, Dry Gools Merchants,
Hatters and Milliners, also Gentlemen's Furnishing
Store Keepers are entrusted with the wholesale and
retail distribution of them, and to whom most liberal
terms are offered for their enterprise, and a splendid
uiiuriuuujr un 10 uiem ior sate ami profitable busi
ness UAECOL'KT, BRADLEY tfc CO..
3d Ana Street, New Touk.
Sept. 20, li54-3m.
DR. J. B. MARCIIISI'S
CELEBRATED CATHOUCOIT,
FOR BELIEF & CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES.
It squids pre-eminent for its Curative powers in all
diseases for which it is recommended, usually called
FEMALE COMPLAIXT3.
Of these are Prolapsua Uteri, or I'sliin of the Womb ;
Floor Allws, or hites; Chronic Inttamation and Ul
ceration of the Womb; Incidental Jlemorrhare, oi
Floodinit; Painful, Suppressed aud Irregular Menstrua
tion; dec, with all their accompanying evils, (Cance
exeejited.) no matter how severe, or how lonr standing.
Hi Cathoiicon far surpasses other remedies, in being
more certain, less expensive, and leaving the system
iu a better condition. Let all interested call and obtair
a pamphlet (free) containing ample proof, from the
most respectable sources, of the beneficial results of its
osei together with letters from highly experienced Phy
sicians, who have used it in their practice, and speak
from their own observations.
REFERENCES r
l B. Peru. w. M. D., I tica, N. T.
L. D. Flewihs. M. D., Rochester. N. T
M. H. Milds, M. D., Rochester. N. T
D. Y. Foora, M. P., Syracuse, X. Y.
Prof. Draaaa, M. D., Baltimore, Md,
J. C. Ossn I, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
W. W Kiesc, M. .New Vork City.
W. PiEsTtriT, M. D , Concord. N. H.
J. P. NrwL.sD, M. D., I tica, N. Y.
Rev. C. S. Beaks, Glens. Springs, S. C.
Phamplets to he had gratis at the Store of K. A. SMITH
Co., Agents, Druggists, Warren. O. Also sold by L.
W. Mears, North Bloomfleld. James K. Sexton, Youngs
own, and by most of the leading Druggists in the ad
orning counties.
Ttytetter mddretted It tht tart t Mr. Curtit
Hatch. Agemt at Rtxtmna, Okit.
To Ia. Mxri bum : I have been ten veara troubled
with Female Complaints prolapsus nteri, and all the
attending difliculties; at times rendering my life mos
miserable. I have liad the attewlanc of some of the
best physicians, with but little success; the most they
could do was lo relieve a cure was out of the Question.
For five months before commencing with your medicine
I had not been able to perform anv labor, could walk
but a few steps at a time, and acarcelv went oat ofdnor.
in short, I was completely prostrated, both in mind
and body, and expected to drag out the rest of my days
in suffering and misery. But. reading your advertise
ment, I was induced to try your invaluable medicine
called Uterine Cathoiicon, as the last resort lhad not
used it a week before I felt like another woman. By the
use of three bottles I was enabled to perform al tbe la
bor for six in the family with ease, 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 ifly case to the public I ran safely
recommend the preparation to all those suffering like
myself. (Signed.) Mas. Saftaa Ass BisBor.
Freedom. Portage Co., Ohio.
JLTJ- B. IIAKi Hl.-I 5t Co., Proprietors, Centra,
Depot, 3M Broadway, New York.
Warren. Jun il. lcVI-y
BARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TUB GREAT PrRIFIER OF THB BLOOD I
-V.t Partielt Mtrenrw in it.
Let the ArrucrtB Read and Posses I
Aa Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheu
matism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or
Postules 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 an
Injudicious Use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or
Imparity of the Blood.
UrThis great alterative 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 cures performed by the greatest of
Medicines, Carter's Spasissi Mutter. Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin. Liver
Disease, Fevers, Ulcers. Old Sores. Affections of the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Th-oat, 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
fonml to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acts gently and efficiently on 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 youth, to its pristine vigor and
strength.
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than afl the
cosmetics ever nsed. A few doses of Carter's Span
ish MixTrRE will remove all sallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improv the general health in a re
markable deg-ee, beyond all the medicines ever heard
of.
Tbe large nnmber of certificates which we have re
ceived from ersons from all parts of the United States
is the best evidence that there is no liumbug about it.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
public men, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to tho wonderful effects of this GREAT
BLOOD PURIFIER.
Call on the Aoet and get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine unless signed Bekcttt de Beers, Pro
prietors, No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, Vs., to whom
all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed.
For sale by E. A. Smith Co., Warren ; J. Camp
hell, Newton Fails ; B. Brown, Ohlton ; Geo. Uazlett,
Gastavus , S. W. Mears, Bloomfield, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. Inov sei-yj
T IYER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Aai Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Nebility, Disease
of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver or Stomach ; such as Constipation, inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the head. Acidity of the
Stomach, auea, lleartnnra, Uisgust ior rood, tan
nest or Weicht in the Stomach. Sour Eructtaions, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the liead. Hurried and Di then It BreaHiing. Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations
wheiina lying posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Wei i before the sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Lye. Fain In the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
Jkc, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
Conrrtant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cored by
Dr. Hoofland'i Celebrated German BiHcrs,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKS0X, Xo. ISO Arch street.
Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled.
tr eiptaHed, ry any outer preparation in me i nuea
States, as the cures attest, in many cases 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 motft searching powers in weakness and
affections of the dtgetiTe organs, tney are, witnai
safe, certain and pleasant.
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO.
John HorrsiASi, Jeromesvilie, Ohio, May 30th. 1653
said : "I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, that your ticrman Bitters is what you
recommend it to be, a highly valuable medicine, wnirb
know from having nsed it in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All vno oare useu it give me
nsmnintl-itiu n -
Stiphe A. Mealt, Canton, Ohio, May 11, 1853,
says: "Having heard your Germm Bitters highly
recommended Irom sources In which I placed much
confidence, I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
them I gave to my -daughter who has derived great
benefit from it ; two oi tne outers i som immediately,
and 1 would like yoa to send me a supply of it to sell,
Jrtus Cirk. Brunswick, Ohio, May -26, lro4. savs:
"Your German Bitters have pro red successful in every
case that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself ft great demand.
Tiro has Lrrriiroan, Covington, Ohio, Dec. 27th.
WZk says : "My wife has been affected with the Liver
complaint and Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
which time l nave spent a great ileal for doctoring- hut
sbe received very little be Befit therefrom, and finally
doctors said she couhl not be cured. Last spring
concluded to try your Bitters; the took two bottles
and erer since taking them she has been able to attend
her business, nntil very lately she had a new attack
has a-nin commenced the Bitters. I have sold
iuite a nnmber of .mica 'hroagh her recommendation,
as far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
D. Aiiatt, A"TV we-rh. Ahnhula county, Ohio
December 5th, WT.. .. "Permit me to berr testi
mony to the reiiwtaoie efficacy of your medicine in
cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
taking your Bitters, I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; so much so that I did not expect to lire ;
by a free ue of your medicine, thanks to a kind
Providence, I find myself entirelv restored to health,
ahle resume mv employment.'
These Btfters ans entirely vegetSl and free from
Alcoholic stimulant aud all injurious ingredients.mild
their operation, they strengtnen ue system, never
nrostratp it
For sal bv K. A. Jmilh A Co.. and Portr t Co.
T.MH . i ii..un V:.. ....... - ! A. Mean- hlnom-
j ' CalB fewloB- .alii, and l.y lValera ia
Mc,licin mTjWiltt.. nov l!9 JKM-y
- j
fERCIIANT'S Garcrlirg Oil, IU 25ct.
lis.
SOrt. and 1,IW bottles, for sale ly the quantity
retail, by I. a. ssnu a tw.
March Hi. H.
'
m:
an'l Condition
Powders, for sale hy
mar 16
K. A. SMITH Jt rn.
VT? VPR'd
111. A1I.U O
CATHARTIC PILLS,
jnst received and for
Au;. !.
ale I'V
E- A.
SVITIT Co.
lOOFLAD'S German Hit ers, a eel-
Jl ehratcd remedy for the cure of Liver Complaints,
Janndlee, Iyspepsta. d H dim arising from a
disordered liver or stomacn. som ny
Marchlti. B. A. SMITH St C
a
of
i
1
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'gattrit gtcitrints.
WISDOM shall
I hew
dOWn tO ft mA
the great of the earth, shall kneel
wi'irc lb.
Never could this he said with
more truth, than it now applies to
this remedy for aueetionvof the
throat and lungs. The exalted
in learning aaj power, acknowl
edge it supremacy, wbil both the
little and tbe great can feel iu benetiu. Tbe liberal
minded among those skilled to cure, are tree t. osra
its mastery over distemper which hav baffled the).
art. Those of exalted stations are not ashamed to tes
tify to its virtues, bnt deem it a duty and a pleasure t
thus hold out the lamp of their experiencs to tbair
Witness the following translation :
.t , . YsssntuowviLts, La.. April, J3.
Mons. leDr.J. C. Avsa: I hav of late, made fssr
qotnt nse of your Cherrt Pectorai. in my practice,
and am happy to inform yoa that in no case yet has it
failed me. 1 hav made some signal cures of Laryng
itis and Bronchitis with it. and have completely cuted
one case of the Astsma, which had withstood, every
other medicine I coulu employ. . ,
Accept, Sir, the assurances of my
distinguished consideration.
JL'LEd CLAUD GOUUUET.
Late Surgeon of the Royal Marine. France.
Extract from a letter of our Minister at the Court of
the Sublime Porte.
Legation of the V. 8. A., Comiraiiopu. Turkey.
Dr J. C Aver. Dear Sir: The Cnrsar Pel-tora.
received from yoa for the Saltan has been delivered t.
his private Secretary st the palace, and yots will doubt
less hear from it in due season. That you were so kind
a to send me has Ixen given to friends, wh nave la
many cases, found it exceedingly useful.
Yours. reseetrully, GEO. P. MARSH. .
Minister Plenipotentiary of the U. S. A. to Turkey
- - , Crn OA, March 5, 1 .
Dr. J. C. Ates : I as, your Creerv Pectorai. ally
in my practice, and am satisfied it is a remedy which
meat meet in every country th highest approbation.
C W. JACKHKEK, M. I..
Resident Court Physician.
Among the eminent Editors who testify to their mar
sonal experience and knowledge of the wonderful
cures, and immense usefulness of the CHxaav Pecto
ral in their section, we may mention
Boughton Co. of Federal Union. Milledgeville, Ga.
L. Patton. Christian Advocate. Knoxville, Tenn.
J. B. Dobson, American Presbyterian, Greenville.
Tennessee.
J. B. Samson, "Democrat," McConnelltburg, Pa.
J. Russ, Jr.. Shelbyville News, Tenn.
Ilarvey, McKenney A Co, State Gazette, BwrUngUn.
Iowa.
J. KnaMi A Co., "Journal." Reading. Pa
Raymond. Harper Co., New York liases.
8. Cobb, Christian Freeman, Boston.
Win. B. Jacobs. Christian Chronicle, Phila.
lion. J. Wenl worth, M. C . Democrat, Chicago, 111.
Rev. E. G. Reese, Methodist Protestant, Baltimore.
S C "IS1""1". Christian Advocate, CnarleftoR,
J. M. Magennis, True Delta. N. 0.
T. M. Donneil. Daily News, Savannah. Ga-
Geo. D. Prentiss, Louisville Journal, Ky.
lion Schuyler Colfax. M.C., South Bend Regtster.Is.
A. Commings. Christian Mirror, Portland, Me.
M. H. Bartiett dt Co.. Republican, Ilartford. Conn.
These gentlemen have not only certified to the,
statements in their papers to the public, but hav sent
me their personal letters to the effect that they hav,
found my preparation an article of great public utility.
Space will not admit full testimonials here, but th,
agents below named will furnish my American Alma
nac, gratis, to all who ask for it, wherein are fall par
ticulars, and indisputable proof of these statements.
Prepared by JAMES C. AYES, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by F. E ESTEisJr, Cincinnati ; E. A.? mm.
Co., Warren; J. Campsell. Newton Fails; H. W Col
lar, Mesopotamia; and by ail dealers ia Medicine
everywhere.
JLT Beware of counterfeits and worthless prepara
tions attempted to he palmed off under a similarity of
octj5-3m
ST R0TAL LETTERS PATEST.
rriIE HYDR03JAGEX, OR WATER
-L PROOF. ANTI-CONSUMPTIVE,
CORK SOLES!
Manufactured by HARCOURT, BRADLEY Co., 44
Market Street, Manchester. Principal Warehouse. 1U9
Wood Su, Cheapside, London, England. American
Establishments, 3s Ann Street and 1U2 Nassns, Street,
New York. . , .
The Hydromsgen is s valuable discovery for protect
Ing the feet from damp or cold, and therefor a pre
ventative of many Lung diseases, without any doctor
ing whatever. The Hydromagen is ia the form of a
sole, and worn inside the boot or shoe. Its medicated
character is a powerful preventative to disease. -
For Gentlemen it will be round agreeable, warm and
healthy, to weir in the coldest or rainiest weather, a
tbe foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagen is inser
ted. Ladies may wear the lirhtest soled boots or shoes
in the most Inclement weather with impunity ; while)
Consumption, so prevalent among the young of our
country, may be thwarted by their general adoption.
They entirely superseed overshoes, as the latter cans,
the feet to perspir in a very unhealthy manner; and,
besides, are not dangerous to wear for pedestrians ia
icy weather, like India rubbers. While the latter
cause the feet to appear extremely large, the Hydroma
gen. being a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiar
ly placed inside, does not increase tbe site of the boot,
or cause tbe foot to appear untidy. To children thev
are extremely valuable, as they may engage in exercise
with comfort and healthy effects. Their expense is so
slight as to scarce need mention; besides, those who
patronise them will find their yearly doctor billa much.
diminished thereby.
As the Hydromagen is becoming more known, its
sale is increasing to an almost incredible extent. Last
year la London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool,
Glasgow, Leeds. Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg and
Berlin, our sales reached 1,733,430 pairs of Cork Soles.
This year the nnmber will far surpass that.
Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as a
preventative for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma
and Consumption. - - -
Men's Sise, per pair, 35 cents; Ladies do. per pair,
30 cents; Boys' and Misses' do. per pair, SS cents.
Notice. From the Retail Prices we make a very lib
eral allowance to Jobbers and wholesalers, so that any
storekeeper may make a fine profit on their sale, whii
they are an article that may b kept) in any store,
among any class of Goods.
For terms, apply to
HASCOUHT, BRADLEY Co..
3d Ann Street. New York.
Sept. go, 3m
ATEW YORK BOOT AND
SHOE
X 1 STORK. ISo. 11 Sl 13 Main Street.
Spring has come ! And so has the largest, 1
nest anu cheapest stock of Boots and &boes ever I
Oroa-'ht on the Western Rescrre.
1. II. WARREN, in announcing this feet to his pat
rons, and the rs rld M large, inrites them, one and all,
to come and see for tuemselres, for he feels c9hlldent ha
can saittheom with anj kind of good Boot or Shoo they
want.
i-nrchasfnff his stock of the Manufacturers for Cash.
enables him to otter sach inducements to buyers as can
not be round eisewnere
Ladies! yon like to hare s pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
I have taken especial care to please yoa by seleetine tha
most fashionable, prettiest aud most Rente) stock for
ladies Tear, that coatd be found in New York: so all
that like the ornamental as well as useful, will eU and
tee and huy, before roing elsewhere.
uentsr l bare the hest assonment for toot nse tha
greatest Tariety of material, and the latest fashions, only
call and see my Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Baiters.
Children ! come, and I can fit yoa with any kind of
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
D. Ii. w. apain returns iBank to past patronage, and
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boots and Shoes made to order and warranted
to flU D. H. WAR KEN.
P. S. Don't forget the So. 11 St 13 Mais St. Warren
A rAHOXISG COUNTY -OTJ
JJ JL PREMirM CAK&IAQK SHOP.
CanSekl, Ohio. The suhscriber takes .
this method to inform the generous public, that he still
carries on the above business. In all its various branches
and will make to order, any thing that a man may wank
in his line. Having a largv stock of new material al
ways on hand, and the hest of workmen to do it np ia
style that cannot be surpassed by any establishment in
the country, those who wish to purchase Carrrures or
Barries ready-made, can always find a large assortment
at my shop, of all qualities, and at all prices, and I mm
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 estihahment
before purchasing elsewhere, for onr work is of tho. beak
qualitv. and all warranted
PAINTING and TKIMMINO done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
N EW Bl'lKslES in exchange for old ones. All kinds
of Lumber taken in exchange for work.
The sahseriter natters hisaself that by strict attention
of himself and hands lo business, he can have a reason
able share of public patronage. Thankful fur all former
favors, he will be still more thankful for new ones.
Canfield. Ma 26. Jk3-Ji SWAA'K.
FANNING MILLS ! FANNING
MILLS ! !--The undersigned take this method of
informing the farming public, that still continuing to
nana facto re Fanning Mills, they have so far improved
the same as to be able, not only to take out fool seeds
from ii rain, better and faster than any other mill now
in use. bnt also to perfectly separate, or take oat, ths)
rat dirt that may be lodged in the same.
Tbey can also take Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed in
the chaff, and by once running it through, can make it
perfectly merean tali le. Their Flaxseed and rat dirt
cleaners are their own inventions, deduced from much
study and experimenting the past winter, and are such
as are not to be found iu any other mill extant. They
invite mil who need mills to call and examine theirs
before purchasing elsewhere; snd as their mills aro
always warranted, they can run no risk of being im
poseu upon wun a poor mm.
Farmington, July It. W. CURTIS ox SO 3.
RAVENNA BOOK-BINDERY. Tho
undersigned, in connection with their Printins
tflice and Bookstore, have established a ys
BINDERY, where Book-Binding iu every
variety and style, will be done on short
notice. Their Bindery sas one of vJ
UICKOK'S FIRST CLASS RULIXQ MACUiNti.
Blank Books ruled to order; Periodicals bound; old
Books re-bonnd; and every branch of the business at
tended to in the best manner, and on resAonab to 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, ia
fearlessly c ha He need -
Books and orders may he left st ADAMS' Bookstore,
Warren, who ts authorised to receive and forward ths
kmc. HALL, Ur.ttfcU- ft. ox WlDertUKTH,
Au:-. 16, kvw-bos Ravenna, Portage CoO.
M.
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON
grnoEON, woald respectfully inform the Public pener
ally, that he has located himself at N'ewtoa falls.
where be will attend to al calls in fcis profession, at
hts Otiice or at private dwellings.
lr. jb. will pay particular attention toauunnsor
old Chronic diseases, sneh as Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaints, disease of the Lungs. Kidney, Skin,
Bronchitis, Arthmatic Aimctions, and all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood. . Also all
diseases peculiar to the I'emale sex.
Or. .Morton's remeit.es are imreiy vernatit ana in
mater-emrt. discarding poisons or every kinl, fom
mineral, vetrtaM and animal. II will also keep on
band all kinls of Botanic Medicines, both simple and
compound; Tinctures, Syrups, Bitters, Liniments, die.
ac. for sale.
Newton falls. Not. S, 1c54 Inov Mi.j
NEW HISTORY
OF THE UNI-
TKD STATE?, hy Benson J. LosslnE, Author of
Pictorial Field Book, Rcvotutirn," eet. Illustrated by
more th:,n evnuisitelv finished wood enrravinss.
drawn chiefly from otieinal paintings and Intended to
secure accurals delineations of scenes ana characters.
price gl.ut).
Revised and Enlarges! Edition of Bramard s Drawing
Book. In coneuoece of the rapidly increasing de
mand for this valuable work, it has recently been
thoroughly revised by the author, anutbe picseut vol
ume contains a large addition of entirely new and orig
in.l n. ,11,1 illustrateil bv Hi ekgant eiigravinga. In
this edition the subject of Li-id arR SaETt nis isel-
aloritely tre;ited, thereby atturding a sure giinlc to tn
pupil in acquiring an accurate knowl-iljre of the art.
he pul lishers feel at sued that they now off-r t., ths
)uhlic. whether for School, or private instruc'-ioc, tha
best Klemenury Treatise, on this subject that has evet
been puMisued. Price, Wc.
XI.Nti COMPANY C!ev.-laad 0.

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