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[From the Spirit of the Times.]
THE FATE OF BULBUL.
A WARNING TO COQUETTES
The urn of her flattering heart
Waa quivering oa her lip.
Which trembling, conscious, half apart.
I avited Lot to tip
Bat vmcq'i heart an mighty queer.
When dealing with a beau.
And all the anxious youth did hear,
i m acldlf, "Oe alou no I"
The kaplees youth departed, glum,
Aad toeeed about all night.
And fouad, whea breakfast Umw had I ions.
He'd lost kit appetite ;
Aad thea he wrote a letter, foil
Of Lore, and Hope, and We
And posted ttte hie Balbal,
Who answsrsd, along apt"
And thea he Marred himself, te 'took
Jum like a tove-lora ghost;
She ealy laughed, and ao he took
A doaen stewed and roast;
fad thea he bought a pistol, bat
. Feeed u.is toe was no go,
Tor Bulbal simply said, "WeHpntl
, I hare font Go along no!
And thea this youth with heart so trao
Straight up on end rited he.
Be carted his hair, and Sled it too.
To charm another she:
Oh I then harsh Balbnl's buxsem heaved.
Te Tie a rtral's bliss.
If asked again (or I'at deceived)
She'll answer, "Go along TaaT
Oh! yon who creel shilly-shally.
Who lore, and yet are whimmy,
ho "try it en." and dilly-dally.
With aoBM adoring Jimmy
Reflect, my dears, when yoa are sued,
(Or else you 11 maybe rne it)
It's wall enough to phvy the Prude,
Bat oat to eoer-ee U. . st aeewus.
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A DUMBFOUNDED PIG.
The Knickerbocker tells the following
food yarn in Its editor's table :
One of our western farmers, being re
ly much annoyed last summer by his
best sow breaking into his corn field,
search was instituted in rain for a hole
in the rail fence. Failing to find any, an
attempt was next made to drire put the
animal by the same way of her entrance;
bat cf course without success. The
owner then resolved to watch her pro
ceedings ; and posting himself at night
is a fence corner, he saw her enter at
one end of a hollow log. outside the
field, and emerge at the other end with,
in the enclosure. 'Eureka !' he cried,
'I hare yoa now, old l&dy !'. According
ly, he proceeded, after turning her oat
occg more, to so arrange the log (it be
ing tery crooked) that both ends opened
on the outside of the field The next
day the animal was observed to enter her
accustomed place, and shortly emerge
Sf-r ..
'Her astonishment,' says oar inform
ant, 'at finding herself in the same field
whence she had started is loo ludicrous
to te described ! She looked this way
and1 then that, granted her dissatisfaction,
and finally returned to her original start
ing place ; and after a deliberate survey
of matters to satisfy herself that it was
right,3 she again entered the log. On
emerging yet once more on the wrong
side, she evinced even more surprise than
before, and. turning about, retraced the
log; in an opposite direction. Finding
this effort likewise in vain, after looking
long and attentively at the position of
things, with a short,' angry grant of disap
pointment.' and perhaps fear, she turned
short round and started off on a brisk run,
aor could either coaxing or driving ever
after induce her to visit that part of the
field j'She seemed to hare a supersti
tion concerning the spot.' ' - .
Wht is it; mj son, that when you let
your bread and butter crop, it is always
buttered side down?"
! dout know. It hada't . oughter,
had it ? r.The strongest side ought to
be uppermost, hadn't it ma ? and this
is the strongest butter I ever seed in all
mylife." -X.:
"Hush up ; it's some of jour aunt's
churning ' -
Did she churn it ? Why, the great
iaxy thing .
."What, your aunt ?"
."No; this yere rank butter! To make
that poor woman churn; it's strong and
rank enough to churn itself. ,
Be still Ziba, it only wants working .
"Well, marm, if I was yoa, when I
did it rdpatia lots of gobs kd& lasses."
'YeMi od for MoJiing I I've ate a
great deal verse ia the most svistoeratio
Kew York boarding house." : j
'Wel!, all great people of rank ought
toeaSitJ" - '
"Why peafOeofrdckr'
"Caexsej it's rank batter.
: Yoa varHHnt, youl TVTiat makes
you talks aaart?
; " The bmtkcrs takisg (be skia off my
to Bg ,m o tl tee"
-'ZU;i, don'iSe! I can't threw away
tbe bitter. It don't signify."
"X teU too. wLat I'd do with it, as arm :
I'd fcecp it to draw blisters. Yea ought
to see Che flies keel orer aad die a soon
as tbey soacb it,
.'''Ziba, doHt exaggerate ; bmt here's
tweatty-ve cents, go to the store and
buy peand of fresh. Exit Zibtu -
Hints to 13 achevikb. Ia 'tke first,
place, tick to the idea that these is not a
woman extent, good enoagk equal
your deserts. Yoa are aToasealioe, and
eonsefaenry suptriar to all the female
sex--in that xespeet at "least.
Call w21 awri,ren fools their tastes are
generally too domestic; tbey hereat the
calibre or - 4h aubiaon to Jwow a good
eigr by iho smell, nor are tbey initia
ted into the mjsterioas ingredients com
prising itawnSy sm3i-eT -a-sfaejrry eobr
bier. ' There vtgain joa'iwave a-smprerae
uirantage.
, If ajoang iiady-ahonld, by ercy mira
cle, happen to have. intellect, and in her
onFersation wifh'yoti, goeslreyead your
depth, and -leaves you floundering in
yoar ignorance, svjeer and ys she is a
fclae stooklng V 4ha' -will -establish an
eqailibriam, and give yoa another ad
vantage. ' Commiserate the misfortunes of every
ruddy nd lealthy, happy booking mir
ed man yon meet condole with him,
rith a legmbrioseantQnanee, vlu-e be
Is aH smiles, httd you all the time are
aching r-"ith envy at' hi analleyed bap
f 'nkess. There yea have the advantage.
-Repablicatt.
r "Vhi itfe u forever liuinniing that
airl" asr:ed rote ol a man without a
neiisi! of In f ht Win. "Hccaiise it hamtf
.V-." o vorfrVi." tid FJbVe, "j'oo
aire f xvcY marjirring it,"
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TOSErH R. ALBERTSON. Dealer
v la W4Tthk, JrnrcuiT, F,ar Good. ko Corner
f Sprimr $trt m4 Puklt f urn-, Cltm-ud, 0.
ANGIER HOUSE. Clereland, Ohit
K. r. ASQIEB Proprietor. ang
J. r. noLBRooK. j. Lose.
H0LBR00K fc LONG, Music Pub
lishers, Wnoltale and Retail Dealers la Music
and Musical Instruments, Ko. 100 Superior Street. Clere
land. Ohio. Sole agents for the celebrated S TOD AM
PIANO. may 17. l9S4-m
J. crNMteO. OKO. snaarLKas.
T M.
s Or
CUMMINGS & CO.. Wholes. K
Grocers and Commission Merchants. Dealers U
Foreign Wines an-i Liquors, Nails. Glass. Salt, Drugs
etc.. Not. 1FJ A lei Biver Su. 7 A trJ on the Dock.
My IT. lrS4y.
DRAINARD & BURRIDGE, Engra
JlJ vers aad Lithographers, Herald Block, Clereland
lunio.
PATENT OFFICB AGENCY. Ko. . Herald Building
uievesana, uaio.
. a. ssraaipox. jan I ly J jewe ssaisars.
Corner Public Square, Clereland Ohio.
INCORPORATED MAT KINTH, 1SSI.
THE OLD COLLEGE has remoredta
JL new aod splendid Kooms, surptuiiif Is beauty
aud eonreaieoc taoae 01 ujr inuiar usuratioiu im
tit ttuo.
Faculty,
E. fl. rOLSOU. A. Principal. Professor I
Science ef Aecoanta.
W. G. BKOlGHION and W. HOLLISTER. XscitUnl
Professor in the Book neepinc Uepartment.
A. J. PHELPS and JOSi'H BhATTIB. Protestors
of Practical and CH-namentai Penmanshin.
K. r. Ulaiaiv, ivectorer on commercial History
aod Art of Com potation.
JOHN B. WARIAti, iectairer on Jlerca&UIe Customs
Ban kin t Excbanre. Ac.
Hon. JOHN CluiWELUTHOS. n. DAT and P. B
PAi-M-KR, Lecturers on Commercial Lav,
JUt.!. A. TUU.M, Lecturer on Commercial Stoics
TEEMS. IN AS VAN' CX.
For the tfereantile Coarse, time onlimited, $40 IM
For oeparate in renmanatup, riourianinc.
to, as per arreeaKOt,
The desira of the Institution Is to afford am rood ad'
rants res as can be and in any similar one in ths Union.
yoansr am aboot to aasumo the responsible duties
the Conntinr Boom, and Tarioos mercantile porsoita.
dCIKM K OF AUUOLM& Boo KeeptOff will be
explained frosa a now stand point, echibiting the true
nature and relation of aecoonu ; and the coarse will
embrace sosne o( the hoot practical forms of modern ac
countants. This science Is often taoftht as if it were a
species of ooDjecture. ta which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rales for rea
sons, and venerable precedent for reauine philosophy.
making the whole aeld of the science a complete "terra
incognita." To produce food practical accountants.
the understand! nc, ana not the memory simply, should
addressed.
PAILY LECTURES, ore, ne or more lectures will
riven daily, oa the following tnhjects aeoounta,
Penmanship. Mercantile Customs, Bankinc, xchanre.
Uaicatauons, vorTesponocwce. joatmerctai Lssw, roia
leal Economy, Commercial ftaice. Railroading, sVe
Besides the osual lectures on Law, dec., in Colleges of
this kind, there will he others fey practical moo
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
rostruct oa points allied to the eourse of study, and one
expressly on calculation.
PEN MAX SHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL,
This department will be under the saperin tendance of
of the best penmen of thedaye) Business writing
be taught upon the new method ef FoUoms Chtr
hythmoeraphy, executing to the boat of ao Instrument,
producing the popular eojnjnercial haod ia much
than the usual time.
B. For particulars, tend for Circulars. CaU
loroes, ore., and address the Principal.
lLfA mrre library will be connected with the Col
lege, containing the various works on Book Keeping,
Mercantile Law, dcato which the students will hare
access. in or 15, M
H0LBR00K & LONG, Music Pub
Ushers aad Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
PIANO-fORTEB.
Music aad Musical iDatrnmeDts of everr descrlpUoa
100 and 10S Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
tlat of ntsos for saw at thm Croat Fiaao-r nrte win
room:
The celebrated STOP ART PIANO, an
equauea lor its ncn ana pare tones, Us rt 1 i -1 IJ
of touch and imrntiUtf.
Liicht, Newton k. Bradlmry's SIXTZR STKDfGED
PIANO, for which a eoca asnaL waa awarded at the
Chrrstal Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
lnstitute,new York.
Emerson's BOSTON PREMIUM PIANOS, the bes
aianafactured in Boston, Masa.
Ia addition to their splendid stock of Pianos ken4
eonstantlT on hand, H. a L. offer to the pabtic the best
AMERICA. MADE GUITARS, and also imported Gui
ef the best Spanish and French patterns, together
low priced German Guitars
Ruled Music Psper of 12, 14, 16 lines, etc- eonttantl.
hand and maenfactnred to order.
TIOLIXSand VIOLI.NCKLLOS. in ererr Tarietr.
Strings for Violin, Tiolincello. Tenor Tiol, Double Bass,
Guitar and Banjo. Violin Bows and Cases, Bow Hair,
Bridres, Pegs, Tail Pieces, F inter Boards, Mates, Koa
la, etc.. etc.
Beads. Drams, Piano-Forte Stools. Tuninc Tarka.
Tuning Hammers, Tuninc Pipes.
ir Dealers and Heads of seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with rrery article in the Music
HOLBKOOK.t LOKO.
May 17, lRS4-m.
WATCHES' CLOCKS, JEWELRY,!
SILTER WARE. FANCY GOODS, etc- at K.
CRITTENDEN'S, S9 Superior 6t Cleveland. The
and most extensive establishment west of Kew
established In 1896. The stock is always kep
complete. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gold Watches,
endless variety, from g-25 to $330. A large stock of
UOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
up expressly for Rail Road use. Also. Clocks made
expressly for Stations. SuperintenJaata please call
examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor. Sitting
Bank and Office Clocks. Silver Snoons. Forks.
booieta, ate. silver equal to coin, and patterns
and handsome.
PLATED WARS OF ALL KINDS. LAMPS.
Goods ia endless variety. Sheara, Scissors,
Cutlery. Razors and ahaving tools in general :
Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver Specta
cles, to fit any age ; Gold Pens, the beat ever made .
Communion Ware, Willow Ware, Double and Single
and Pistols, and everything in the Sporting line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Instruments ; a Urge stock.
large stock of Watchmaker'a tools and materials.
facilities aad long experience ia business enable
to offer inducements to those in want of Goods in
line, rarcely found. Watchmakers, Jewelers, Ped-
ana Dealers in general, anil Snd at wholesale
atoct to select irom. and prices warranted
can be found in anv of the Kastern markets.
JtrRemmingtoa's Rifle Rarrela, and Gunsmith's ma
terials, imported in large aoantitiea. ap So, S4-6m
8CTERI0R ST. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
BiaccToxs :
Boa. J. R. Glddlngs, M. C. Pres.
C. O. Finney.
II. tMewotd.
Reabea Hitchcock,
H. 1. Clark.
N. S. Tewnehead,
F.Otia,
J. Gordon,
Loria Andrews.
Prof. Samuel St. Joha,
P. R. Spencer.
E. I. Gay lord.
Cyme Prentiss,
uenry Hick.
yanrrrraTa:
B. BRYANT, JAMES WASHINGTON LUSK.
H. DWIGUT STRATTON.
raccuTT:
B. Bryant, Professor of the Science of Accounts
Dwight Straiten. Associate Prof, in the several De
partmenu.
Waahingtoa Leak.) P'""", the Snenceriar
R. Spencer. i Sy of Penmanship and
Commercial Correspondence.
Sarah L. Spencer. Instructress in the Ladies' Wr,n.
Departmetrt.
W. Harder, Assistant Prof, ia the Book-Eeepiag
Department.
lions. Judge Starkweather and H. Clark. Lecturers
Commercial Law. .
President Asa Mahan. Lecturer oa Political Economy.
Bmeraoa . White. Lecturer oa Csau&ercial Geog
Tea Me .
full Coarse ia Doable Entry Book-Keeping
and other Departments, .... 0,40 OS
full Course in Ladies' Departaaent, . - 30 0u
separate Coarse of Instruction ia Speaceriaa .
Penmanship, .... S 00
various styles in Ornamental Penmanship as
agreed apoa.
Principals of this Institutions deslrn makinr M
of the best mediums in the United States for impart
ing a thorough and practical knowledge of the active
of the Counting-Room. aad business pursuits la
Book-Keeping in all iu departments, as used
most accomplished mod era Accountants, will be
in a thorough and successful meaner
department is under the pers anal superintendence
of the beat Accountants in the United States. Ne
Mercantile Colleire in the west possesses sunerior. tl
advantages, , for imparting a practical knowledge
commercial .-science.
J. A. Redineton.an accon:Dlishedandejtiertened ' So
accountant in various h ranches of Coarunorceand Trade, j
associated in this teparUnent, and will attend to
ap books, adjusting long standing and com-
accounts, A-c in a correct and confidental
I
Coanmarcial Geography Is aa iennortant and Interest
ing branch, which has never until the present time been
connected with Mercantile Schools.
gpencerian System of Penmanship In all its forms,
be taupht by its author. P. R. Spencer, aad J. W.
So Institution in America offers superior fact 11
to this for imparting a fluent and systematic hands
laadies Departmen Is entirely srarmte from the
gentlemen's, and is fitted ap in amostmagnifieeut man
and convenient style.
Business men can be supplied with the most reliable
accountants by application to this College.
Principals of this Institutions can render efficient
the graduates in securing good situation.
yPrend for a Circular by mail. jan 19 54 y
RC0WLfiS,(lale Colc & A brt-
soa 49 Weddcll House. C1veland. respectfully
the attcution of the citisene of Warren and the
swToonduig county, to his aswrtment of fine Watches.
Silverware, Jewelry, House Kepinnand Fancy rood a.
prices will be auiform and as low as any .
twiesauui can afforil. Every article sold with he truth
described and warranted as represented. Refvlr
ia all its branches carefully and promptly done.
May17,HJM-ly
OROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
rOB THF. WHOLESALE TRADE. Just received
packare.Evrthenwareof my ami taBportatioa direct
sue Eurlioa Potteries, making One of tbe largest
KOCaTsrnthe Mark-t . pci nr. in part. White Oran
no. Flowroc nl-rry. riowine: Uhse, Light Bins, Plain
Wr Also an extensivo-asaonaaest s4
1ASSWAEB
rvr- wur-Mwr w.-aKwwtT wm ,
'irTTni ta rXlr llllinr Viiatu f m. Blalangrai , ydjQ
ware .a the attera cities. Mercbaiitsan-resiet.
invlteitoecsminemy ware and prim. whIrhwMI 1
be s !rw a ny Jobinc House la this cltr- arwat
r? it tne China Pit-her. No. 134 Btrpetior W. i
Clerelant -ySl.li4-y A. S. OAfiDKXR. !
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CAaii, UAtH! 1?U I I til DVJ iCltit
Warren. M.v il.'l!-jl. 1DIIK0S a KOldAX. i L
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The
Falls,
aud
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I
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Also forsle. a valuable WATER POWER, with sosas
ef snd ratory RaiHings. Dwelli-ig. etcotc
t-o mites below Lowell, Mahoning a.. 0. , -I
itf-r J. 0. CALV.KD1 R-
r
tortniepi ;nst receive ! at
ripi I'j caB aud g-eae
KING & COMPANY.
PUBUHIIEHS, BOOKSELLERS At STATION JUS
SS Suptrimr tint, Cltnlmnd. Oil.
ilare recently mail large additions to thslr Stock of
Siandsnl School and Mlsecilsneoa Books, Blank
Vi ork and Stationery, and are prepared to offer Indaoe
mentt te Dealers ansttrpaased by any s stablistaupt la .
the West.
By special arrangement! with nearly all the leading
Publishers or New fork and Boston, we shall lutreaftir
reeaire their Latest end most Popular Works atswl
'" ant psstceriea, and can surely la quantities '
at lowest wholesale prices,
among outer new snd rateable Works, we are w stfr
era ArrnU for lhe following. i
DA1B LEAVES OR HISTORIC CARDS Prslcned
and aonfidenllr exprrtr l to furnish millions of oar
land an inrtrnrtii r -iitertainln( substitute for the
Gsmine CrU" i.-cd i so staKline sn extent.
IDA NORMAN, os. TRIALS AND THEIR USES
by Mrs. Li K nt. l lin rs. the well known aolhor of
"Liacoos Botany." Wa eaa earnestly eootmend this
work as one of tbo most tnierastin( and In struct ire ol
the season.
I DA MAT y Mrs. grows ,urr,tti to be. .
THE NEWSBOY by Mrs.OsKas limTa-y?i.
IDLKWILD-y N. P. Wu.ua,
TIVKNTY YEARS OP AN AFRICAN SLAYER
Tenth Thousand.
BAYARD TA YLOR'a NEW WORKS OP CENTRAL
AFRICA AND LANDS OF THE PARACEN.
TUB REPUBLICAN COURT The most maxnlncent
National Illustrated Work erer published la America.
Expected foon.
Barnnm's Latest "WORK !"
Washineton Irring s New Book.
Also RUTH HALL A Romance, by the world-r
aownl Fammt Fkbs.m
LIFE OF HORACE GREELT b a "New York
Iditor."
We expect a lam sale for those last mentioned
from the Press of Mason Brothers. dec 13-tf
VOUNG AMERICA I CLOTHING
X- HOUSE, 158, Sa.sWor Strtit. ClmUmd. O.
SOMasaoaa Brothehs are bow reeeivln. eh. ml
splendid stock of CLOTHINO erer before exhibited In
ClereUnd, or la any City in the Union, which has all
bean gotten up with I articular care, for this City and
mii rvwDuiua couuiry iraue, ana wnicn cannot pos
sibly be surpassed by the best merchant tailor, and at
only ol ir tux Money that is charred la (cttinf
them made to order.
ao.O on It Is wanted for a Clothanri ruilMM rfmikl.
OTer-Coat; the finest Silk Velret Vesta ner seen ar
made in any Clothing Store.
rants of the latest style and best make, of one thou
sand different patterns.
FURNISHING GOODS of erery deacrintioa and ra
riety, and the best made or imiorted ; and. as we are
bound to keep YOUNG AMERICA AHEAD of erery
thing ia the Clothing line, the prices shall be full 50
per cent, leas than elsewhere ; and as particular atten
tion will be paid to all who may "drop In," the abora
laru will bo satisfactorily proren by
inor s-sm-j BONN EBOKN BROTHERS.
"TTNI0N HALL TRIUMPHANT."
KJ ISAACS' CLOTHING ll.inf -ry,. Wn.i . I
Sstu Yoi a DotLaas san cy too CLOTHING T
ISAAC A. ISAACS', (7a Hill, CUntlmmd, O.
The Public areinyited to an insnection of the annerfc
Stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING now on
exhibition at this nugniflcent establishment, which ia
extent, rariety, suieriority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together ith lowoess of nriee. cannot h.
beat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
Isaacs has just returned from the Esst, where he has
receired such I srgains In Cloths and materials for
amnufacturiug. that be has it now in his power and Is
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "trtktd sat !" and be wll! k. ..in...
the best Orer-Coat in the City for Foca Dolus I and
Coder-Coats. Pants and Vests of all descriptions la
proportion. Umk surarsa ! aad come along erery
body who weits to he rlothnl. he can St all sises. from
men as larre as the Omf tkmt ttmnd ar ais rfssrs, to
little wee fellows three years old. and as his Mammoth
Building is filled with Clothing of all Dualities, he i.
sure of being able to suit everybody Recoil ret that
does not wish to humbug the people with Eirma
Suir Wosx for SO per cent, less than any one else, as
does not keep sua trass ; hat he will furnish his
sestomers with the best Clothing In the City, for less
money than they can purchase the same kind of Goods
for In sny other hoase in the United States.
ur.M Lt.Jir a M KMf IIINO GOODS of all ato-
seriptions for Ssle Cheap. A lilieral discount mtMAm ta
Wholesale customers who t-uy for Cssa.
VT Clothing made ta order at the aharteat notir.
aad en the most reasonable trrms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Cawa Bait, frntr mf Bmprrirr mmi Pmin StmtM,
Cfrrrreaa. unt.
TTi.oob: our for this giants. nr
fnoy 2-ly 5-
STRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
entific men are dalr brinrlnr to llrht n. Tn,,,.
Hobs, and the march of progress is onward ; persons
Bald, or becoming so. a HI be pleased to learn, that sci
ence and long research combined, hare brought before
greatest Wttdtr mf tke Age, in the article of EM
ERSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sura
cure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from failing.
circulars to be hsd ef agents. Price SI. 00 in large
tottles. Sold by E. E. Hoyt at Co., and Geo. 4dama,
Warren: J. Manning, Yoangstown, Prentic Ax Ed.
la, Canneld.
C. E. FISnER A Co, Proprietors.
BMrcb, " No. ST, Superior street, Clereland, 0.
CITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CLEVELAND. Chartered January 81, 1851.
Office. No, 52, Angier Iloose, Bank Street
CAPITAL 3ub,ub0 1
aiaerTons:
Joha M. Hngfcee, C. W. Seymour. Josiah Fogg,
Josish Stephenson, A. W. Fairbanks, Robert Reilly.
8. B. Shaw, S. H. Fob.
Franklin Chase. R. Cbamlwrlin, J. Finlajson,
Beajaaue Stevens.
Job Aroma, President. 8. B. Snaw, Secretary.
W. SrTMot a, Vice Prest. Faaaaua Caaaa, Treas
urer. This Company insures against lows or damage by Fire,
the perils of navigation.
Policies issued by J I. ASPER, Agent.
Wsrrea, June 7. lP54-y
NOTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
GOODS. J. B, AtacaTsoa. formerly ef the Una
Cosrua A Alssjitsox. has just opened a new Store ia
New Block tit Cmer mf Smcrimr Strut end
Puilit Sf.srs, ClmUmd, OAte, where may be
found an entire New Stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
ENGLISH. FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER-WARE of all kinds, ff erreatcd .Pars Ceta.
A.v rjisiuunAULB JESLKT.
kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERIES.
Ia short, everything that Is New an.' Desirable In
line, may be found cheaper than eaa be bought
elsewhere.
ITT STRANGERS should not fail to visit us before
purchasing.
Cleveland, Dec 13, 1654-y
J"w" WK- asvia M'caxBLBsa.
M'CANDLESS, Successors
to L. A J. D. Wick. Wholesale Grocer,. Forward.
and Commission Merchants, dealers in Iron, Nails,
Cotton Yarns and Pittsburgh Manufactures gen
erally. Corner of Wood and A ater streets. FiUsbnrrh.
' oct S3
B. CANFIELD, Comriission and
Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer ia
Western Reserve Cheese. Butter, Lent, Pork. Bacoa.
aad Peart Ashes, Saleratas, Linseed and Lard Oil
Fruit, and Produce generally. Rot. 14 and lei
Street, Pittsburgh. Pa. feb S3 tf
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
Pittsburgh, Pa Established in 16-40 Incorpora
ted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
Charter. aoaxa or Tat-araes :
James Buchanan, I Hon. Walter n. Lowrie.
Wm-Wilkiiis. I " Chsrles Naylor,
Moses Hampton. Gen. J. K. Moor head.
Di rr, author of the "North American Accountant,"
Professor -f Book-Keeping, and Commercial Sciences.
Jobs D. WiLLiaas, the test off-hand Penman in the
States, Professor of Commercial and Ornamen
tal Penmanship
B. IIattb, Esq, or the Pittsburgh Bar, Professor
Mercantile Law and Political Economy.
Htdm, Principal of the Mathematical Depart
ment, Professor of Mathematics, Ac.
Mr. J. D. Willisms has permanently Joined the Fac
ulty, and it will be seen that, daring his late profess
ional engagemeats ia the East, be waa there regarded
the best Penman in the country. This Institutioa
thirefere, resente attractions to students oflered by
ether of the kind iu the United States. The coarse
training comprises upwards ol 4U0 real transactions,
eizditierent methods of Doable Entry Book Keep
ing. 3(a) practical business calculations, covering the
field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanship, with every modern improvement in
Art. Businesr letters and business forms of every
description. Daily lectures oa Commercial Law. Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Pro6ta, ate. Duff's
Harper's Edition, the most compre
hensive in the language" f 1 50.
Duff's "Western Steamer's Accountant," a perfect
for such accounts SI GO
jf' Send for a Circular by mail. fnov SS-y
TMRORTANT TO CONSUMERS OB
WHITE LEAD! FRAUD IN WEIGHT!
PxaasTLvanta Wnrra Lcsa Works,
PiTTsacas. June, 1C54.
attention of consumers ef A hite Lead ia called
the (act that a large portion of that article ground ia
is now istt up in kegs purporting to contaiu 23 and
Hi. h. hara.a the- i. A aiinai.r m.a.ia .k.
of the kegs, and the consumer is defrauded ta
amount. The decention can eaatlv ha dtmttl b
weighing the diferent maimfactnrers brands offeree)
sale. .
Durinr th nxat rr tra. ham marie arrtrg.i v arlsi.
to c?r I'oikliur. machinery and stock, for the
manufacture of large quantities of White Lead, to ena
tile us to supply the demand for oar articles. We
guarantee all lead hearing our brand to be strict I yvrs
entirely free from any adu Iteration whatever, and
excelled for fineness and whiteness, by any made ia
I'nited Slate.
lead, ground in oil, ia pnt up In handsome Iron
bound kegs, of S3, 541, 100, Sot). 3t)0 and -tOO pounds
and every keg containing the iuantity of lead
it purports accurate tare being always allowed)
the packages.
is a well known fact, that the various qualities of
branded "Extra." So. I and ii: i, are largely
&rahrated with substitutes which are not calculated
answer the same purpooe- And there are atanafac
tnrers, claiming resprctaliltty for themselves, and
eonhflence in their article, who brand their kegs
their ow n names, "Pure IFsi's sU,M although
never turn oat a single keg without a roostderbio
adulteration of Barytea.
Ang. 9-am B. A. FAHKKKSTOCK at Co.
pUIUTY, 1 1 E A LT hTIhPPI K ESS
Water is rendered poisonous by passing through
materia, subject to decay and dissolution, sucn as
of wood. Iron and lead. Prof. J. P. Kirtlaod and
distinguished r-hemista. go so far aa to contiemn
practice of rappiying animals with water throoph
aiSptaneee. and earnestly rerntrmsnd the fcXGB
'MP and W ATE It PIPE.
andersignd is exlcnsirely en raged at Newton
m BAanatBCturing said articlea. iueludinf also
Stoneware, having a factory drivaa by steasa power,
is prepared to fill orders st wholesale or retail oa
terms. The Water Pino isadmiratdy aantei to
sasiw.- rti la da eall aiMwm aosmifia ml ImreT
W-C. It is slso for sals by the Iloyta,at Warren,
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i. r But a plain, true declaration of facts, which an
body can ascsrtalo by ealllug at the Old Uead Quarters
for READY-MADE CLOTUINU.
By J. Goldstein, (snscessor to ktorgenstern dt Broth
er. uak rron t .Big o. 13. Main street. Warren. O,
I hare just receired. and am now opening, my Fall
and Winter stock of Keady-Uade Clothing. Cloths,
Caealmsree: Testings, to.,agetheT with erery rariety
i ruruisuiog noons, t wouia simpiy remark thai
from the extremely low Scares of woolen goods East, I
juts noon innucea to purchase
DOUBLE l V USUAL A JIUl ST OF GOODS !
and thine that sre acquainted with my mode of doing
business, are well aware that I will
JTPNEVKR BR UNDERSOLD !TTT
I do not hare my Clothinr made ap by any establish-
ment in tne esst, aor did 1 come from there myself.
But I Import my own Goods, and by purchasing from
Brat bands, am enabled to furnish all strides in my
line at New-York prices 1 I am not ia the habit ol
running down any body, aor do 1 notice any such p.r-
Suaal attacks when made en me 1 take vjv rn.. I.
tnifiu&LLl3U Elicit I
Which, from my superior facilities la buying, I an
abundantly able to do.
X. .Aln. ...lu. . ... W.WIa.V.1. T III I
troducs the following programme, to be ran during the
season, or until the small dealers about town come
down to my figures rts : Full suit rf Clothes, Coat.
Pants and Vest, fur f j and upwards. A good Orer Coal
for S3.J0.
BOYS' CLOTHINO
By the cord, consisting of Coats for $1.50. and Pants
for 75 cents I Hats and Caps of erery style and rarietr.
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars, Crarats, Ties,
Scarfs, Undershirts and Drawers. Shirts, both white aad
colored. In short, a complete assortment of everythlne
la my line, and al I ask Is aa Inspection of my goods
and prieee before buying elsewhere. I am now the
oldost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co and
hare increased my business erery year. I hare stood
all the shocks that hare been brought to bear against
me. and hare lired to see many ot my competitors
" shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
that by aiming at one object, I hare sacceeded la
bringing down and keeping down the prioe of my goods
to the lowest figure at which a good article can be
afforded.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER)
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit I To one and all I extend the Invitation to visit Big
No, 15, Oak Front, when you come te town to purchase
clothing. I am bound toeell lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSK DARE SELL!
Come and see I Remember the place Big No. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the Post Ol&ce,
west side of Main street. Warren, O.
Oct, 18, -54. J. GOLDSTEIN.
TOOK OUT FOR THE!
OHIO CLOTniNO STORE, Jra.
Jtrata Strrtt. Wrren. OAie.
The sabearibers won id inform the customers and the
panne in general, tnat we have new en hands, and are
constantly manufacturing a full and complete stock of
ran ana inter Clothing for Men and Boy s wear,
which, owing to the recent decline in prices will and
are bound to be sold a fifris Csrwssr tin lis Cses
est. We will not he UNDERSOLD by any.
We hare on hand a large stock of Over-Coats
Dress and Baainesa Coats of all kinds ; Pants and
Vests of every quality, style and color now in nse ;
Rubber Orer Coats. Under-shirts. Drawers, Fine White
snirta. collars, cravata. and la fact everything kept In
an Establishment of the kind.
We slso have on hand a large stork of Cloths, Cesi-
meres. ) estings. etc., to ecu er make ap to order oa
tne snortesi notice.
II r Warranted to St or no aala.
Gentlemen, one and all. yoa are respectfully Invited
te call aad examine oar Goods and prices before nor.
chasing elsewhere. Yoa will save money by so doing.
rf. fin et dun,
Warren, Not. 1, 1P54.
"J.REAT OPENING OF FALL AND
- WINTER READT-MADE CLOTHING. HATS.
Aro, -.. jl nas oeen clearly demonstrated to a
generons and discerning nnhlir that Jons L. Wren A
Co.. 14 Market at., ia the legitimate place to purchase
Fall and Winter Clothing, Hsu, Caps, and in short.
ii aioos of uentiemen s weanne annarel at nrieea
that throw all babbling competitors in the shade.
Having said this we now beg leave to announce to
tnecitisens of n arren and surrounding country, that
we are Just receiving ear WINTER STOCK, and are
preparea to supply all who wish articles In our line oa
tne LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH TERMS
the times will allow. We hsve a great variety ef
r.nwij maae ciounng oi an eoanties ana styles, aad
ia a common talk about Town that ear stock oh
Cloths. CeMimeres, and Goods generally, for our cusf
torn trade tar outshine anything In the market, whic
we cot aad make op at abort notice, la a style superior
anything done in this section of oonntry.
Also. HATS and CAPS in great varieties. And we
would particularly call attention to ear fine Silk Hats
and Silk Plash Caps, which in neatness and style, are
anequaled. JJj- So call, examine and judge for
yoursrives. Jun.i a, n r,ER3 ex Co..
Warren. Nor. 1, 1854. 14. JWarkst Stress.
A MERIPAN ARTISTS' UNION.
x The American Artists' Union would respectfully
announce to the eitiseas of the United States and the
Canadae. that for the purpose of cultivating a taste for
the fine arts throurN ut the country, and with a view of
ens' ling every fatal ly to become possessed of a gallery
: BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE,
They have determined. In order to create aa extensive
sale for their Engravings, and thus not only to give
employment to a Urge number of artists and others,
bat Inspire among onr countrymen a taste for works ol
art, to present to tne purchasers of their engravings,
l. orA mwi a a.: a, i s '
auto vvu oi wdicd arc sola.
250.000 GIFTS, OF TBI ACTUAL COST OF S1S0.0C0
Each purchaser of aOne Dollar Engraving, therefore
receives not only an engraving richly worth the money'
nut also a ticket which entitles him to oae of the Gifte
whea tbey are distrtbeted.
For Fivr Doixsas, a highly finished Engraving,
beautifully J-A1.M fcl in oic. and rita biiFT TICK
ETS, will be sent: er Five Dollars worth of splended
Engravings eaa ne selected from the catalogue, and
sent by return mail or express.
A copy of the Cstaiogue, torirther with a specimen of
one of the Engravings, can be seen at the office of this
paper.
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
that sum, and a Gift Ticket, will immediately be for
warded.
AGENTS:
The Committee believing that the success ef this
Great National Undertaking will be materially promo
by the energy and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agrnta, have resolved to treat with each
the most liberal terms.
Any person wishing to become aa Agent, by sending
(lot paid,) $1, will receive by return of mail, a One
Dollar Engraving, a "Gift Ticket." a Prospectus, a
Cstaiogue and all other necessary informatioa.
On the final completion of the sale, the Gifts will be
placed in the heads of a CeaarrraK ef the Pcacaassas
be distributed, dee est ice of which will be given
throughout the cm tea r tales and tne c
LIST OF OIFTS
Marble Basts of Washington, at 100
aio.oon
" " Clay,
" " Webster,
" Calhoun.
elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid!
gilt frames, site 3x4 ft. each,
elegant Oil Paintings. 2x3 ft- each.
steel plate Engravings, brilliantly)
colored ia ail, rich gilt frames
S4x3tt inches each. I
lO.OOtt elegant steel plate Engravings.!
colored in oil. of the Washington
Monument, S0xS6 inehes each,
100 10.000
100 10,000
100 10,000
100 5,000
SO 5,0011
10 S.000
4 40,000
237X00 steel plate Engravinga, from
100 different pistes, now la poesee
sion of and owned by the Artists'
Union, of the market ralne of from
90 cents to SI each.
41,0011
12.00U
25,0011
1 first-class Dwelling, in 31st sU N. Y. City.
3 Building Lots ia luOand 101st sts( ,
Villa Sites, containing each 10,000
aq. ft. in the suburbs of N. Y. City,
and commanding a magnificent
view of the Hudson River aad
Long Island ound. at
500 50,0011
perpetual loans of cash, without!
interest or security, of SCS0 each,)
" " 100 "
" " M "
" " " SO "
S.OOO " ' " 5 "
5.00M
5.000
5,0011
5,000
10.008
Refereaca in regard to the Real Estate, F. J. Tnaraca
Co., Real Estate Brokers, New York. Orders, (post
J with money enclosed, to be addressed.
J. W. UOLRROOKR. Secy.
SOS Broadway. K. Y.
II r The Engravings ia the Catalogue are now reads
ocuvcry. inT Iaf. rwj
V0UJG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
HUDSON THE FALL SESSION of this la
j stitntioo will open on Monday, the 11th day of Septeaa
aext.
TUITION CHARGES :
Elementary branches, including U. 8. History,
Watts oa the Miod, etc, per Quarter of 11
weeks, ...... .-4 00
Academic coarse, - ..... S 00
Musics Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lessons . 8 00
of Instrument, ..... 1 00
Drawing or Painting ia Water Colors, per or- 3 00
Painting, per qr-, ..... 6 00
French, - " 3 00
In order to meet the expressed wants of the comma-
instruction more perfectly to the age and attainments
the pupils, a
l-ttXUABI l)xr AKTJBNT
been const i toted, for which a convenient room has
secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is
successful operation. Tbe tuition charges ia 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.
Pupils are specially requested as they would
satisfactory progress in their studies, to be pres
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April s, loM.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
the present Principal aad assistant ia the Young
Ladies' Seminary of Hudson, and their successful labors
commencing and 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
education for youug ladies in a superior degree,
eon gram late the people of Hudson and the vicinity
the establishment of such a Seminary under so
happy auspices We are happy to know that it is in
ti tended to provide in this Institution the means and fa
rllitiea of an education of the highest order.
KEV.O.E.PIKKCE.Pres. W. J. W. SMITH,
rnur. ua i , isw. 1,01. w m. u. -.psiu.a,
O. P. ASHMI X, REV. J. C HART.
RKV.N. BAKRKTT, I10N.V.R. Hl:MPIIRETt
PUOF. N. P. SEYMOUR, KK V.T. B, PAI KC1IILD,
A. BREWSTER, RET. HARVEY COS,
Uudsoo, April 96, lfi54-y
TT?RESC0 HALL RESTAURANT,
WILLIAM OREEN. A0KNT.
The Patrons of tins ooimlar and fashionable Salooav
all.repndiated the credit syatem, and are paying
mr tneir rerresnmenis. iney say, "Mrwn nas
enough to do to keep everything in order and serve his
customers without making tickets, charging oysters and
refreshments, drawing off accounts, and shinning
about town for money that has been ticketed for a
or so, and ran oae or two and three years, and
getting anything don't nay, aad they won't let him
so any more. Gentlcssen, yoar arrangement suits
Stick to the text; pay as yoa go, and all my tissa
ad ing that portion of it which has heretofore bee
la fruitless efforts to collect money shall be de
Totod to your comfort. My house shall be art in order
for the better accommodationfof my cash caa
aomers. xcelsior, shall be my motto.
Warren, March s7, e4. WM GREEf, Agt
DENTISTRY. Da. J. C. Burroughs
would rospectfally announce to the ei Usees of
svavea mrssl lea that MtaaliaV trt Kae awl II mfi 1 1 ha guinst (aft
iLAoma ortr ft reea Hall, where bo will nrfarm an 1
Hnsr..iinv. ht f , imi rsxrtiif osf-th. iwi.i rMf.in. 1
aa elegant ana norame manner, u retnma ms T
Ihanka for px.it favurs, and asks for a continuation of
'red'ram.
shoaM teia rr sorswoT I
trrscfd to ko wbas tlrcy
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ATEW-Y0RK BOOK STORE. The
X v subscriber having purchased Mr. J. Marvin
stock, takes this method ef informing the tutsans
w arren and Trumimli county, that lu addition to the
stoca on nann. ne is receiving an" now opei.ing.a
COUPLETS STOCK OF N BW BOOK .
Stationary and Fenrv Goods aa can be foai i in the
west, tils stock ot Books comprises nistoi les. Trav
els, Romances. Eucyclopediaa. Biographies, Works on
Elocution, Architecture. Agriculture, Theology. Geolo
gy, rnnesopny, rnysioicgy, rnrenology, Dorks
spiritualism. Mystic Orders, Annuals and Alhuma.
Also, all the new Publicaliona worthy of note, piles of
oobool books, eota oia ana new, now in use in the sev
eral school districts. Bibles from 50 cts. to (10, Prayer
ana unn wm lor ail aeiiowtinauone.
JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS
In great variety. Letter Writers, Song aad Dream
Hooks, Astrologers books and Cards.
STATIONERY.
In this department are offered every description ef
ttooas. rrencn, American la hi, wove, cap. Bill. Let
ter and Note Paper ef he best quality, and Envelopes
to mstca.
BLANK BOOKS,
Comprising ledgers. Journals, Record, Cash, Invoice,
Time, Log, Note, Receipt and Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Printa. Maps, Chessmen and Boards.
Dominoes. Dice and Cope, Playing and Printing Cards.
raper neignia.iaienuars. better cups and Billnolders,
Address Caros, nam, uiit, Mnoossed and Illumined,
Card cases, fearl, ivory and Illumined.
Drawing Books, Cards, Paper and Drawing mater!
ale. Inks. Writing Fluids. Pens and Lead Pencils.
L parrs, W ire. Paper, etc., for Artificial Flowers, aad
a large assortment of English, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Pspere from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodicals, Harpers' Putnai
Graham's, Godey's and Methodist National Magasines,
itie s book oi sasnions ana lanKee motions.
The purchasing eosBsaenity will find always oa ha nil
large stock from which to make their selsctions,
extremely low prices for cash only, at the New York
Book Store. No. S3, Main street, a few doors south ef
Vie Post Office.
Warren V., Oct., I to, IBM. K. A. A. BALDWIN,
T30ST0N CLOTHING HOUSE.
-U WAR ON HIGH PRICES! I At BaBTtrrr 4
Baosra'a BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. In the Ne
Building, opposite the Democrat Office, Jfeia Street,
w arren, uhio.
w e are now exhibiting the richest, cheapest and best
lot of CLOTniNO. at Wholesale and Retail, evet
brought to this market, comprising Dress, Frock and
Business coats, uvercoats. rants and vests, of every
variety and style conceivable. To test the truth ef ear
assertioa we will give yoa prices and yoa can come
and examine for yourselves.
A FULL SUIT. Cost. Pawn and Vswr. SAJO. with
an Overcoat to match for 14. Also, a rich stock el
Boys' Clothing; Coats for S-. with Pants to match for
1. Also, a coe.plete stock or it ATS 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, cassimeree ana estings. rich
and rare, and of the latest and most fashionable styles
CARD. The Proprietors here take eeeasloa to re
tura their sincere thanks to the people of Warren ard
the sarrounding country, for the generous patronage
which they hsve hitherto awarded them, and respect
fully ask its continuance, feeling certain that their
goods, for style, quality and cheapness, cannot he
equalled In this section of country. Our goods are all
warranted to be of good saaterial, well made, and te
give good service w e have hut one price for our
gooda. and that a just one. believing It a 1 eor policy
and worse principle to ptander irom one person to
secure the lose on anotner. r. T. HA H i LETT,
Warren, Oct. 7, 1854. G. W. BROWN
THE WHOLE WORLD.
8300X00 WORTH OF GIFTS, for the robseri
hers to the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL or nix Wnoi
Woklb, published simultaneously in the three cities of
.new tork, Philadelphia see Baltimore, aa soon as
300.000 subscriptions are obtained : and having al
ready an actual circulation of about 900.000, it ia now
certain eisrn'eef iea a-iff sea pfece.
Ameag the extraordinary leer or elm, (being sn.
for every ticket Issued.) sre
Prof. Hart's Elegant Country Seat, valued at
A Magnificent City Reaidence " "
A Cash Loan for 100 years, without Interest
or security,... ...
Building Lots, Elegant Piano Fortes, Mele
deons. Gold Watches, Bracelets. Rings,
Books of Travels in the Old and New
World, by Prof. Hart : Real Estste, Ac,
S-35.000
17.0C0
10,000
fee, Ac, in all numbering 300,000 Gifts,
valued at
300:000
Every sinrle remittance of 1 1, secures one year's
sabscriptioa to the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL, and the
gratuity of a Gift Ticket, which entitles the holder to
one share la the 300.000 Gifts. Thus every person in
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receiver.
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ticulars ia regard to the great Enterprise, Distribu
tion, ac. see a copy ol ina naoLe nous, wnicn
will be promptly sent, free of charge, where desired by
letter, post-paid.
Tag Wbolb Woa lb may also be seen at the offices of
all papers containing this advertisement, where infor
mation may be obtained ia regard te the paper and
Enterprise.
Agents, Postmasters, aad Ladies desirous of lucra
tive, and at the same time, genteel employment, should
not fail to see a copy of Tbb Wbolb Woblb, which
contains by far the most liberal inducements ever of
fered to agents la the way of Immense caab premiums,
gifts, commissions, dec, whereby any person, with or
dinary activity, eaa easily stake 81,000 and upwards,
per year ; to which fact the agents we already have
can certify. Secure the Pictorial, and become wise,
rich, and nappy.
Corre pendents must write their address Name,
Post Office, County, and State, slat a and diet tact, or it
will be their ewa fault if they fail to get aa answer.
Adhere to this, and all returns will be promptly sent
wherever desired, ia any part of the world.
ITT If any orders are received after the 300,000
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returned, post-paid, to Lhe persons sending it.
Try AH letters and remittances for the Pistorial.
with GirT Ticxrrs, must invariably be addressed.
post paid, to Paor. J. WOODMAN HART, Woklb's
Hslu Broadway. New York, there being the eafy
office for the Gift Enterprise.
But remittances for the Pictorial wrrnocT Gift Tick
eta. may be sent to Prof. J. WOODMAN HART. Hssrr's
BtTiuMnea, Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa , mere
being the principal editorial and pablicatioa office.
Oct- u-om.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, Jewel-'
I T n, ccw Tbe Mbsctibera jtut re
eeired lam ux:k of &oo4 in their line, which.
with their former Koclt, make m Tery desirable aort
bent ; among which are Gold and Silrer Watches , 8il
rer. Silver Plated and Brittania Spoons ; Breast Pins ;
Finger Kinrs ; Ear Rinrs; Oold and Silver Pencil
Cases; Watch Chains, Seals and Keys; Scissors;
Shears ; Pistols ; Pen and Pocket KniTe ; Bnires an.
Forks ; Razors ; Percussion Cans and Pills ; Silver
Plated, Brittania, Glass, and Common Candlesticks 'r.
Lamps : Lamp Globes, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
snd Cofiee Pots ; Common ion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth,
Shoe. Hair, Flesh, Tooth and ShaTtnjr Brashes ; Melo
deons ; Guitars; Banjca; Violins; Flutes; Fifes; ao-
eordeons ; Flageoletts and Taarborines; Hair Pins and
Combs; Wairt Slides and Buckles; Parses; Pocket
Books and Wallets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a treat variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The public are respecttuilT invited to call and exam
ine the goods.
all kinds or Clocks and waxxaes repaired, and war
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable expcin.
To oar old customers we tender oar than ror tne
patronage tbe establishment has received for the last
thirty-six years. . WALTER KINO 4k SON, -
Deciettf. ao. , J-ain su, warren, o.
JULES VAUTROT, Wholesale and
Retail Dealer In Clotxs. Watcwbs. sIkwclbt, Sil
vcr-Wabb. and F-jctt Goons, Warren, Ohio.
llavinr just returned from the .Eastern Han
afactories, I broaeht with me a Tery lanre
assortment or extra-fine Enflisa Lerer Watch
es, in sold. huxitiDr. and plain cases. Also, a superior
qnality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds.
just the thins; for tinning horses. Also, English Lever
Kail road Time Keeper, tn surer Hanging cases; ana
larger stock of IVtached Lever and Lepine Watches
than was erer before offered In this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry, J flatter myself, is a better selection
i 1 hare ever before snade, ha vug purchased a
much Imrper stock and of liner qnality. than has here
tofore been brought to this place; such as I caa fulls
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing t sell
strain, will find a large assortment, and prices that will
compete with Kastern Cities, as I purchase my goods
directly from the xoanafactarers, and will sell for as
small ..ofits as any other establishment in the country.
few fine Dou'ule Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
sold very low. Now Is the time for securing a good
bargain. Call soon and see for yourselves.
W atches. Jewelry. Ate, carefully repaired and war
ranted. JT"3 Engraving neatly done.
Oct, 7, lf-54.
STOVES ! T. II. M0RLEY
Ce. are constaatly making additions to their
large and well selectee stock of Stove Patterns, ao that
they are bow able to furnish easterners with the most
desirable patterns for khchea er parlor ase. Among
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, Ko. S.
do Improved do do do do
This Stove is trnir the Farmer's Stove, for after aa
anprecedentcd iaa of 4e years, the demand for them is
still increasinr.
The W omasa' Kighte Cook Stove, Ifo. I, for wood or coal.
de do do do Ko. 3, do
do de do do No. 4, for wood.
This ia a aew pattern of Coal Stove. Jast got eat by
with elevated oven. No. 1 is intended for a dining
room Store, having two boiler holes and a large eapa
cioas oven for baking or keeping meats warm. Sat
foarS inch holes for boiling.and is adapted ta sma 11
families. Ko. 4 has 4 9 inch holes for boiling, and a
la.; orea, and ia adapted to nvge families.
The Bang Up" Cook Stove, If o. 4.
do western Queen do do
do Queen of Prairies de de
do Great Western do de for eeaL
These Stoves have four 9 inch boiler holes and cape.
clous ovens below the fire chamber. For beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these bio vs.
uasurpassea. A ney are pel letv naaer.
The following are some of their Farlor Stoves :
The Cottage Franklin Coal Stove, No. 9.
' do do do de No. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the late State Fair. For beauty aad
convenience, they challenge competition, as the cx0a
ordinary ssles this year abandantly testify.
. The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood.
- do do do N o. S. do
The Jewett A Boot Stove, Folding Boors, for weed.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Box,
Dairy Stoves.
All kinds af machinery made ta order. Steve Foaa
dry east of Tayler's Warebooae, oa the eaaal. Machine
Foundry, east Side of Liberty street, en the canaL Tia
Shop four doors west ef the Rank. Market street. War
ren, Ohio. jan 19
vT7r inol vflPlirVTO .iit.l
' -E " AivnAii uuiucii x u at uiSa,lCi
v EAGLE HOTEL. The subscriber won Id take this
opportunity of informing the eitiseas of Warren, aad
public generally, that be has purchased the Baaia
Uotkl, formerly kept by Mr. Camp, where hereafter he
would lie glad to see his friends, aud all who choose te
him a call. The best arrangement will be male to
make bis aoase a pleasaat place to stop, and no effort
be spared to these who call once to atop again. To
eld customers of the Eagle he would aay.de aot
condemn a chaage as for the worse, becaase yoa were
well sailed with your old Undht-d. but give the aew
administration a trial before yoa decide.
Warrea, Aug. IT, lr5X GEO. T. HT7IX.
7RITING INKS, Sic Arnold'aand
I Mayaard tt Xoyea' celebrated Writing loks
Also, Ink Powder, Carmine Ink, Indelible Ink. fee
marking linens. Writing Saul. Ink Bottles, etc etc.
sale by - mj"l K. A. S.MITH Ce.
THE LADIES' COMPLETE GUIDE
to Crotchet and Fancy Knitting. A few copies
received at ADAaMS Bookstore,
Also, several new twroular works. Draw ha
a-trtr-. i vt
T? A. FAHKENSTOCK k Co.'s Pure
yhlut lit alyga supply coestanlyea haad
DIt. LOCOCK'S PULMONIC WA
FKRS, FOR TIIB CURE OF C0LDK, COCCUS.
ASTHMA, RR0NC11ITI4. CONSUMPTION. AND ALL
AFFBCTIONa OF Til a CIltST AND LINOS.
These Wafera operate like a charm producing almost
Instantaneous relief. Thej allay at once, the tickling
end Irritation la the throat, which gives rise to backing
and eoughing, aad fioallr result , if not arrested, la a
disease of fatal type.
- For Rronchitis.so fearfully prevalent in this climate,
these Wafers stand perfectly unrivalled. No Public
Speaker should attempt to address an audience without
a eupply of
LOCOCK'S WAFERS
la bit pceket. They lubricate the throat and facilitate
dsli.sry to a most astonishing degree. Professional
singers, snd all members of Church Choirs will expe
rience immense benefit from their magic effects. All
who nse them cheerfully testify to their wonderful em
eacy. There Is hut one opinion of their matchless vir
tues, iaall complaints for which they are recommended.
One box will satisfy yoa that we cannot speak toe
highly in their faror.
Hon. 8AMCEL RICHARDSON, late Mayor of Roch
ester, N. .: Dr. James McCarthy, of Medical Hall,
Dublin: 8. Pearsall, Vicar, Lichfield Cathedral; B. Pres
ton, Coal Merchant, of Hull England : and thousands
of others have volunteered their testimony in favor of
Dr. LOCOCK'S great diicosery. A single trial will
eoaviuce the most sceptical that bo medicine ap
proaches this la the absolute control it exerts over all
that fatal class of diseases which we have eouaBerated.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers generally.
Oct. 4. lc4 Am
Ir: j .us lit l.l.
SUM KT II IN a
NEW AND VALUABLE.
TVo ttMot powarful Klnfoa the saee of the rjobsaov
rrina aupcxsM iu tho Amricaa Kepublrc Tbo power
. of tboeruwnotl gMOKtsof fcurops si ok into insiixiQcaaos
wha ooaasaroa to oar AnvnorB Kinc.
fcurocMMB kings atnprny tho power vrate4 la tboaa la
toaraaa the rk-hes f too rich aod lordly, aa4 to rodaos
to greater miser anl (lrraiation. the poor aad depanA
ont. Our aaMiiraa kioK eos rorth aithaqual wilUnf
ass to the loftily aoanaioM aii th hcm4o cabin, randy
alike to adminUtcr rwiaf, and lo offer boalth and happa
' aoaa to Um Ivftj aad Wwly, tbe rkh aad the poor
DIt. JOHN HULL'S
GREAT AMERICAN KIN a
fa tho Tuna Wn-nait rr Tits Woslbv, sad tbe rmtaa)
bleaaing avar offird to attlictrd buaranhy; to tho sud-arriari-
aaillkroa the Doctor eaa fay, relief aSatvoar ooaa
suoc lea ltavo only to use Vai maoraJ raiBedy.
tnoaa wno still suffer, and will not acaept tho
halm, deserts st the pity of tbasr taoiiliea.
This wonderful atedicine, durinr tho brief period i
Its introduction, has carried happinoss to tho hearts of
thoasaada. and atado lite a eharin to nauy who harato
Inrs rtfarvWd it only as a painful and tniserable exiaW
To tbe winds with sll Liniment. Kmbrorationa fVJa
Ellis, and I'ain Katrartora. and lot millions of clod
toagaea proclaim tho moritavf tbo icnat uAmorkasj
King of lain,'a preparatkm aoanpooBd aoMy of rego
hUca and roots, produced by Ajaioriea's oil rtob sa4
hoantaoua soil.
hi would ask the L Mrs, who are always competent
indgosof what isand what ta note valaablo ttmily mod
dno, to do ua a sperial lavor by riving tbe King of Para
single trial, and If Mtisnictory. exart thalr Inftaeaos
la Its hefaalf. recoannceud it, speak wU and oftea of It,
and as that It is used by th-ir affiieted naigbliors. The
leadiesaraa'wayaenaritaUo. and wnaa tbey tnda
sauiertng irieuds tj on thi raaliy valuablo
they will be doing an act of lwntvol0Bree that they eaa
weU be proud of. lb is is a powerful aad trulyaagica.1
rasaody Ut all extoroal dkMraiam. sores, awelliugs, burns.
mm, and ftr many internal amlettons, it is a earta.a ears,
yet It is perftprtly barutlfa. and ioeapaMoof saaeias;
the least injurious efforts in the most delicate easas or
tho weakest constitution.
It is entirely useless to tulle the old aad wot a sua
system of publishiiir to the public thoossnds of osrttsV
sates of wouders perfortned by this aMdieine. It easts
at twenty-ova ecnta to try iu aod lr. Bull stakes his
well oarn.'d reputatioa oo tbo king of raia do ing ail
aad more than be rlalms for it
Wo would ask have you tho sUiswnmtlaw. or Gout;
these arw not peasant eompaaioaa. and wo know that
yoa would tike to drive thea away as sooa as nnsrih!a
tin ai Bes
"BCLI.'S KI.NO or AJX."
Would you t euretl almost immediateTy of Bawal
Oaoiplaint, lysentarry. Summer Comptoat, Cholera Mas
bwa. Cramp Cbolic. Head Arbe, Tooth or say other acho
or pain, the Temedy is dnipia and tho euro eartain,
CFB TOS OKKAT KINO OF PAIN.
Would yoa nave your Pores, Swalllnes, Cuts. Bane,
aThalls, Em Its , or any other wounds baa tort, wo repass
is. ass tbo
MAGICAL KING Of PAUC. .
Would yon be cured of Scald Head. Stiff Jotnts. Bora
Trroat, Nauraltria, tore Breast. Lum.Mtgo, Tetter or Rlnsr
Warm, Salt Rat-urn. titaanf lpincus Isawrta, Cheppad
Bands, and all other Son. 4tber iTy or Kenning, wa
say again and again. Toca aawmr U Dr. John Boil's
m -KINO OK PAIN."
Would roa bs enrad of Kinrs F.tLL Cbcm
aVusAioBS. or anv disease of tho ckta caused by I
asood. thon nse Dr. Joha Ball's asxaaparUla intaraaiiy
ssad tbo King of fain externally, nothing saa bs aaero
sartaln than a speedy aad ollectuai ears.
DR. JOSS BTHX'S
BARS AP ARILL A.
Tills medleias, when used according as dlli HIiae,
ill can, without mil
5erofbla.
. or Kiuif 's Lvil.
Caaesrs, raptmae
ef tbe akia. krrstpeB
Tiimeis, Chronic core fcjss.
King Worm or Tettara. Scald Uead,
kheamatism, Palaa la the Boase er
Joints, utd Soms an4 tlesra, Ew.Uing of
the u lands, Erptaills, IKsfepaia, Salt khsam,
Ittscasesoi' tie Isulat-ys. Kisscs arkiag frea taa
aesofMercary.Lom'jf Apuetita, l-alaiatbeidsaad
Eaoaidera, tieaaral Detilitv. Lumbago. Ooagua, Colds, '
laoasy, Jaandiee, Costiveness, l;rooriiitis, H usSiiess of
Chest, 80s. Throat, IMlmonary aftktione, and all otaeg
Dissssi s tending to produce Cuasumptiou. Liver Cobs
platata, Female lneguiaritiesand Complaints, Low
Spirits. Slek aad aervous llead-arhe, N i-ht Swaate,
Xxpusures, e lmprudmee ia UK Chronic Caar
atitutioaal diseases, snd as a Spring aad
6ammer Drink, and General Tonic Ibr the
BTStam, and a Uentle and - Pleasaat
fur.-atiis, it Is sapmiur to aMaa
Uak and Congress Water, ,
Salts. uJiill
Powders,
TtaiaremsrkaUaCiet,that among the haadradsef
emiaeat pbvsiciana who have eaamiawd ta. reds, by
wbleh Bull s Ssrsaparilla is pr.uai.rt. aotoaa has mam.
desaned it. bat all approv. it- and command M la the
highest terms. Slanv phriociaBa eipreae theaualvea
etrwngly la the belief that it is decidedly ta. best FT
sasioa of Ssrsaparills that has evwr beea Blared bamre
the pablic Although there are assay puyaiciaaa wha
ami a rmuctanee to having their names appended to the
eiMsneiaiiilslhiii of any aartieelar remedy, aetwithe
etaadiag they may approve of it in tbe highest dsgrss;
there are ethers who frankly yield their support ia mvew
ef a remedy which they know is rapabie ef doing as
Bach good ieaaalEicted community. AsaaevMMise,
lead the following from old aad respectable phyaiemBe,
ef high stiff-li"f la the community ta which they live
TESTIMONY:
aTesttmoay liks the fellow inn lenders suparSaeaa
allewmmenUoa thettcaey of Bull's sarmparilla. From
Br. L. P. YaadeU. rTonnsor of Chsmistry ia the Loaia
villo Mediaa! Collewa : I have looked over the Ust of in
gredisets eompoeing Joha Ball's Compound Kxtraot of
Sarsaparilla aad have ao basitatioB in aayiag that they
farm . aas eompoaud. and oas that promts well bp
waroaie duaaaea, to which it Is suplicaMe.
L V. TASD1UX, KJX
Lorarnua, Jane 8, IMS.
What Dr. Pries, phridcian by sppclntmeat to the
LeassviUe Marias Oospital. says et Mull's SarsaparUla
Lsnsvou, Wereh Jo, Us.
I have eramiaed the prescription fcr the prsparatloa
- tt Joha Bull's Ssrsaparilla, and I believe the eombhaa
Uoa to bs aa .sesllvat one. aad weU ealralated to pre
ass aa altarstiv. inrpreaawa ea Ua system. I have
aasd it brth ia public sad private Brartiea. aad thiam
S tt the bast article ef aeraapariUs now ia ase.
ai. PYI.KS. M. a
Beeident Fhysiriaa Loalsville Marias HespiiaL
Bwttsr tastlmoay tbaa was ever offered m aver efaay
tsrtVrtas Bwv- SL W. Sehon Rev. K. Steveasea :
locisvttxa. May Suth, lMt. -Wa
have aasd Joha Itoil's Sarmparilla. aad have
fcaewa K ta be assd. with entirs mtismrtioa; aad wa
have CO hwitatinn ia stating oar belief, that it is a as
aad valaa'.le mlical eempeand. aad ealralatod w pro.
daee maea good snd relievs meeb suBenag; aad thsre
gore would cheerfully and most earasetly rsmmmsnil
. h the afilicted.
K.W.SFH0X,
WeweaMwarBeatlvlavlteall erresns whe are saner.
p.-with any of the Ills that gesa is heir te. as sail ea
Er. Joha Ball's agent, aad get a -opv of Bon's Fsmily
Journal gratis: and fat the ma of bamaaMy we hop
that a single individual will aot be tend unwilling tt
give Ball's tmraaaarilm a trial after, reading, aad races,
fhsa, at the same time, that it is hnpoaahl. air the
Imetor te wablieh tne tenth part of tbe number at ear
tlntatss of astoaadiag cures pcrmrwMd by his tteaapa.
rilss. Th. smsimt of tastlmoay vohmtarily showsswd
em Dr. Ball's Ssrmnerilia. from well kaowa aad dlstia
wamaed hsatviduala, both ia public aad private am, has
r a ill, 111 si lrhnlmlnr
49- Dr. Joha Bull's lrineipal ofllre. West Side
atiset.lTst ihrnrVl gT
DR. JOHN BULL'S
PRINCIPAL OFFICES,
B BABfJLAT ST1tV.FT, 1
MEW TORK.
1 FIFTH STTtrrT,
LOl'lSTOXBi
gmcoeisrs aud merchants throughout thi
ITaQXXD STATES, CANADA. MEXICOs AND
THE WEST INMEa
Aad by B. A. SMITH at Co-Drnggists Bo. S Mats S.
Wsrrea.
riHEAPCASH AND READY-PAY
Vy BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH
MENT, No. 9tt, Maia Street.
i. MrConnell A Co No. SO, Mala
Street. Warrea, Ohio, have the pleas
are of aanoaacing to the'eitisens of
Tnaihall eoantv and the bablie in
general, that they are receiving and manufacturing the
mrreet, cheapest and best aeooranrnt af BOOTS and
SHOES ever brought to tbe Weatera market, which
tbey bow offer tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at price
that cannot fall to suit purchaser, aa the cash sad
ready-pay eystera. Their stock consist of
GENTLEMRN'S DF.PART.MFNT -
Mea's Coarse Boots; Men's Calf l-eg'd I eitatioa B"U;
M Ihiaganaa do: French Calf asa'd. Meet ska;
M kip do; M Brogans;
Calf Peg do; " Kip and Calf Bt egans;
Boys' Boou and Hroffsas, all kinds.
LADIES' DEPARTS! KNT.
Uidi.-s' Jenny Und Boots. Rrtskin and Vies; Ladles'
Psto t Leather Buskins aad Ties, and Morocco Boots:
Misses' Seweit aod Pegged Gaiter aad Shoes, af ail
kinds: Children's Shoes. Ac.
BIMUMAKKK'S FINDISUS A TOOLS ALL KIJIDSI
tfnrneoa. Calf Hkin aad Upper Leather, mi l every-
(hl- usually kevin oter linm whidi will be
sol.1 for.
rettcaf. I
at CS.
rest, lower thAtf on be fotadtfsaaCAjT f he
A. rfl 14. lib. J. hfefJUS N BLL
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Hittiit SltiiantJ.
THE CHEST. Sir Astlej Cooper,
Bart., M. the eminent Medical Practitioner,
has left a valuable legacy to the world ia his UBJiAT
PBBVICNTATIVK FOB. CONSUMPTION and unfailing
cure for Pulmonary Diseases. wrrBovr tbb res o sts
snse. Sir A. C, Bart., Invented and advised the ase ef
Till MKDICATED FCB CHSST PROTKCTOB, J
so all persons of all ages snd conditions, aa a certain
aad safe shield against those fearful diseases. Con
sumption, Bronchitis. Asthma, Coughs .Colds and other
arHlctions of the Lungs, which arise from tbe exposed
state of tbe ehest, according ta fkahioa. aad the eoatia
sal changes of our climate.
"The t'roteetor," ia simply a chemically prej ared
fur, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended from
the neck, covers the chest ia so agreeable a manner,
that, once worn, it becomes a aecessity and a comfort.
The Protector," although, but recently introdaccd ia
te America, ia making rapid progress throaj:i the
United States the Canadae. South America, an I West
ladies. It su for 1 long time beea a suple aiticie
ia England aud oa the continent of Europe, shile it
has grown ia many countries Is the position ef aa arti
cle of dreas.
Te demonstrate these facts eaouire of anv Knvl'iah
resident in your vicinity of his k-.w ledge of the ben
eficial effevte of wearing the Protector, btitboct bb
covbsb va aocToaia of any kind. The cost of wear
ing these articles is a mere trifle, and on. will last
some years. No one who valnea the health of himself
er his ramily will be without them. The Hospitals ia
this country are aot alone recommending tbeea, but
rapidly Introducing them. Hareourt, Bradley At Co-,
ef London, and Manchester, England, were originally
entrusted with the maaafaetare of the Protectors, by
the lamented Dr. Cooper, and continue te manufarntre
according tc "his original" Instructions, and therefore
recommend those who would wear "Toe Protectors,"
so see to their being genuine.
Remember this Is a staple article, aad aa Patent
Medicine.
BETA a PBICES.
Gent's Site, - SI SO each.
Ladies do. . . 1 00 do.
Boys' and Misses do. TS do.
IIARCOI RT. BRADLET CO..
38 Abb Street at 103 Nassaa Street, New Tork.
Principal Warehouse, 10s Wood Street. Cheaptide
London. Manufactory, 44 Market Street, Manches
ter, England. .
II. B. A Co. are establishing Depots for the sale ef
im rroiector - in ail parts 01 America. Physicians,
Surgeons. Drurgists, Clothiers, Dry Goods Merchants,
Ratters aad Milliners, also Gentlemen's Furnishing
Store Keeper are entrusted with the wholesale aad
retail distribution of them, aad ta whose moat liberal
terms are offered for their enterprise, aad a splendid
opportunity opens to them for safe and profitable easi
ness 11AKC0CKT, BRADLEY at CO.,
3d Ana Street, Kew ToJk.
Sept. 20, lS3s 3m.
DR. J. B. MARCHISI'S
CELEBRATED CATH0LIC0H.
FOB BELIEF at CURB OF SUFFEBISQ FEMALES.
It a-ands pre-eminent for iu curative powers la all
diseases for which it is recasameaded. usually called
FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Of these are Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb ;
flow aious, or f nites; inrealc laaamatioa aad til
ceratioa ef the Womb; Incidental Hemorrhage.
noouing, rainrui, nappresaea aaa irregular Menstrua
lion; Ac, with all their aecompanyiBg evile, (Cance
excepted.) no matter how severe, or how lone ataorfinv
The Catholicea far surpasses other remedies, in being
aw. ciwu.ma eapenmve, ana leaving the system
iaa better condition. Let all interested call and .btarr
a pamphlet (free) cealaiaring ample preeC from tbe
most respectable sources, of the beneficial results f iu
ase; together with letters from highly experienced Phv
siciaas, who have ased it ia their practice, aad speak
m. tuvir ,,n oiiwi i i si mils.
REFERENCES:
P. B. PsrEaaa, M. Utica, K. T.
. D. TuaiKa, M. D Bocbester B. T
M. H M.lds, M. D Rochester. N. Y
D- T. Foots, M. D Syracuse, N. Y.
Prof. Dcssab, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
J. C. Ossitg, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
W. W Basse, M. D., New-York City.
W. PuisroTT, U. D , Concord, If . H.
3. r. Nrwxaaa, M. D.. Utica, N. T.
Ber. C. 8. Bcaaa, Olena Springa, S. C. -
PhampVets to be had gratis st the Store of B. A. SMITH
Co., Agents, Druggists, Warrea, O. Also sold by L.
W. Mean, North Bloom field. James K. Sexton, Teaage
ewa, and by most ef the leading Druggists ia the ad
orning roanucs.
TCj'Lttf miimmtt tm tim cere mf Mr. Carfis
Bank, Afrat at Beereae, Oeie.
To Da. Maacnat : I have beea tea year troubled
with Female Complaints prolapsus uteri, and all the
attending aimeuities; at times rendering my life moa
miserable. I have had the attendance af eaase of the
best physicians, with bat little success; tbe most they
eoald de was to relieve a care was eat ef the aasstiea.
For Sve months before eeesmenciag with year medicine
t aaa net ueea able ta perform any labor, eoald walk
bat a few steps at a time, and scarcely went eat ef doors
ia short, I waa completely prostrated, both la mind
aad body, aad expected ta drag eat tbe rest ef my day
ia safferiBg and misery. But, reading year advertise
ment, 1 was induced ta try yoar invaluable mediciae
called Uterine Catholieoa, aa the last resort, load aot
ased it s week before I felt like aDotherwoman. Br the
ase ef three bottles I was enabled ta peifoiui a! the av
sor ror si x ia tne ramify witn ease, aad eoald walk any
where ia the neighborhood without injury. Nothing
but a sense ef my duty as yea aad ta the afflicted, has
indued me to state soy caao to the public 1 eau safely
recommend the preparation ta all thoee naffer ing like
myself. (Signed.) Maa, Baaaa Abb Biaaor. -Freedom,
Portage Cow Ohia.
IXyj. B. MAKCBISI at Ce Proprietors, Centra
Depot, 304 Broadway, Neat Terk. '
Warrea. Jaae 31. lS64-x
GARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD!
JTes a PartitU af Mtrawra in it.
Lst tbb ArrucTBB Bxaa aaa Posses !
Aa Infallible Remedy fee Scrofula. Kiag's EvU, Baea
matlsm. Obstinate Cutaneena Mruptioas, Pimples or
Postuiea ea the aaca, aioscava, Boim. igwwd Fe
ver, Chronie Sere Eyes, Ring Worm er Tetter, Scald
Head, Balargemeat aad Pain of the Bones aad Joints,
Stubborn Ulcers Syphilitic Disordera, Lambaga,
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases ariaiag from aa
lnjadieieu Use ef Mercury, im prudence ia Life, ar
Imparity ef the Blood.
Ujr" This great alterative medicine and Purifier of
Blood ia bow ased by thousands ef grateful patients
from all part of the United State, who testify daily te
the remarkable cures performed by the greatest ef
Medicines, "CaaTaa'e Sraama miXTOiB." Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Scrofula. Bruptiona ef the 8 Kin. Liver
Disease, Fevers, Ulcers, Old Soree, Affections of the
Kidneys. Diseases ef the Tar nas, Female Complaints,
Pain aad Aching of the Bones aad Jointa, are speedily
put to flight by using this great aad inestimable rem
edy. For ail disease ef the Blood, nothing has yet beea
found ta compare with it. It cleanses the system of
ail impurities, acts gently and efficiently en the Liver
and Bidneya, atrengteeBS the Digestioa, give tone te
the Stomach, makes the skia clear aad healthy, and re
stores the Constitution, eafeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to Us pristine vigor and
strength.
For the Ladies, ft I incomparably better than all the
eeametica ever ased. A few doses of Csrrta't Sraa
ua Mirrcas will remove ail sallowaess of complexion,
bring the rase mantling te the eheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health la a re
markable deg-ee, beyond all the medicine ever heard
of.
Tbe large number of certificate which ws have re
ceived from persons from all pan of the United State
is the beat evidence that there Is ao Humbug abeat H.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrate, physicians, and
public m.'n, well kaowa to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effect at this GREAT
BLOOD PURIFIER.
Call oa the A us xt aad get a Circular and Almaaac,
and read the wonderful cure this truly ansa I af all
Mediciaee has performed.
None genuine unless si rued Bvsss 1 1 A Baaaa, Pro
prietors, No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, Fat, te whom
all orders for supplies and agencies mast be sdilnsetid
For sale by B. A. SmHh Ac C. Warrea ; J. Camp
bell. Newtoa Falls ; B. Brown. Obltoa ; Geo. HasleU,
Gastavus , 8. W. Mean, Bioomfteid, aad by Dealer ia
Medicine everywhere. - aew SS-y)
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Jaundice, Chroale ar Ncrvoas Mobility, Disease
of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver er Stomach ; such a Constipation, inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood te the head. Acidity af the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartbara, Disgust for Food, Full
ness or Weight ia the Stomach, Soar Kraettaioaa, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stosaaca, Swimming
er the Heed, Harried and Difficult Breathing, Flatter
ing at tbe Heart, Choking or Suffocating Seoaatioaa
when in a lying posture. Dimness af Visioa. Boss ar
Web before the sight. Fever aad Dall Paia ia the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Vellewnesa of the
Skia and Byes. Paia la the Bide, Back, Cheat, Limbs,
Ac Suddea Flushes ef Heat, Burning ia the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression af
Spirits eaa be effectually cared by
Dr. HooflaDiTi Celebrated Germaa Bitten,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Ko. 130 Arch street.
Philadelphia.
Their nower ever the above disease Is aot excelled
If aoaatloi. h. anv aehee Breoaratioa ia the United
Statea. aa the cures attest, la many cases aiter uinui
phyaicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy the
attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues la the
rectincation of dieeasee of tbe Liver aad lesser glands.
exercising the most searcning powers iu iwaca
affections of the digestive organs, tney are, witnai
safe, certain and pleasant.
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO.
JotrB Ixerrnaa, Jerome sviUa, Ohio. May 9Mh, 1853
ild : "I write te state for yoar satisfaction, and else
for that of others, that your Germaa Bitters u what yoa
recommend it at be. a highly valuable medicine, which
I know from having used it ia my ewa family to my
entire aatlrfactioa. All aba have ased a give the same
recommendation-
Sraraaa A. MstLV. laaton, imo, mr 11, ira.
asys : "Having Heard yoar uerman niuera aigniy
reeorameaded Irom sources in wnsca 1 aaaced much
confidence. I ordered four bottle from Cleveland. Oae
of them I gave to my daughter who ha derived great
benefit from tt ; two 01 tae esorr 1 son rssmraiasery.
aad I would like yoa to Sena me a supply of it to u.
Joan Clabk, Brunswick, Ohio, May zS, 1844. aay :
"Your German Hitters have proved successful ia every
case that has come to my knowledge, and aaa opened
for itself a great demand."
Tmau LrrcHroaa, Oawlngtoa, Ohia, Bwe. 27th,
1833. save : "My wife has beea affected with the Liver
complaintand Dyspepsia lor a number off years, daring
whteb time I have sneat a great deal for doctoring, bat
sae received very little benefit therefrom, and Bnany
the doctors said she could not be cured. last spring
she cm eluded ta try year Bitter; lb took two bottles
aad ever since taking them she has beea able to attend
te Ber uaaiaesa, until very lately she had a aew anara
but haa agaia commenced the Bitten. I have sold
euite a number ef bottle threagh her reeemmeaoasioa,
and a (ar a I caa learn, it ha given satisfactioB t
all."
D. Abbott, Austlnbargh, Ashabala eoaaty, OMa
December Sta, If S3, says "Permit me to beer kesd
mony to the remark ih I. eAcaey of year medicine ia
the care af Liver Oneapmiat. Per yease pveviea to
taking yoar Bitter. I was severely afllioied with Liver
Complaint ; so much s. that I did aot expect to live :
bat by a free asa of yoar mediciae, thank to a (tn
Prwvliieooa, I lad myself eatirely restored to health,
and able anaataa my eaaptoymeat.'
These Bitssrs are eaOrery aagataUm amt free from
Alcaaoiie tnaalaaland aU injur lea iaredieata,miM
their epeaatiea, they etreagthea the awsteavaever
prostrate it.
For sale by B. A- Jmlth 4 Co, BBd Porter A Ce,
T7.oti a HaatMt. Gastaae;J. a. Meara. Bloeea-
eld ; J. Campbell Newton. Fall, and kv Dealers i
Medicines everywhere. nev ? r4-yl
MERCHANT'S Gargling uu, m 25ct,
SOct. asm boStlea, for sale by the quantity
retail, by
a, A. O-uiiil m w.
March 18, M-
OLOAN'S Ointment and
Condition
rwtter.iorsaieoy
mr B X. A. SMITH A CO.
R. AYER'8 CATHARTIC PILLS,
lust received aad for Bale by
Aug. . B-A. SMITH Ce-
HOOFLAD'S Gerrnan Bit ers, a eel
Wtrated remedr for the care of Liver Complaint.
JsnsaceJVaieasiswsndall. d'peasi
disoriisrie4 liver or tfemetiC tfll'lV',
Morchia B. A.
and all. C'Seaacs aruunf tram a
SMITH it Ce
-
to
be
faU
will
tor
THX HYDROMAGEN. Oil WATER
-A- r&oor. AUTI COM8CMPTITF
CORK SOLES!
Vaaafaetared by BARCOCBT, BBADLBT Ca-
Market Street, Maacheeter. Frtaeipai Wareaease. K
Wood 8k. Cheapside, London. England. Americas
Bsatblishmenu,3r Aaa Street aad Kid siaasaa StfseS.
Sew Tort.
The lljdromagea Is a valuable dlseevesy far avetces.
tag tbe test from damp er cold, aad therefore a Bre
veutative ef many Lang diseases, wttaeae amy emeta
ag whatever. The Hjdroaugca is ia the form af a
sole, and wore inside the boot er shoe. Im sssdli sltd
character la a powerful preventative te disaaae.
For Geotlemea it will he found agreeable, warm aad
bealtuy, t. wear ia the goldest er raiaieet weather, aa
th. toot caanet beeoaw wet if tbe Uydresaagea ia iaaer
ted. Ladies may wear the Hghteet sotod boats ar eheea
ia the moot taclemeat weather with impaaity ; while
Consumption, sa prevalent among the yoang ef war
country, mag be thwarted by their geaerai edestieaw
They eatirely sapersecd overshoes, as the latter issil
the feet te perspire ia a very aaheaHlry meaner; aad,
besides, are aot dangerous to wear for aeawetrtaae ia
icy weather, like India rub k sre. While the latate
eaase the feel te appear extremely large; the Hi smma
being a mere thus mieeaf eeetaweeaged-a'smilisr.
ly placed inside, doee aot increase the sise ef the bees.,
er eaase the foot ta appear aatsdy. Ta ahilaswa they
are extremely valuable, aa they may engage ia exercise
witaeoouortaaeaeauaeeaeeta, Taetr exneaas is e.
slight as te scarce aeed mention: besides, those wha
patronise them will aad their yearly deetee bilm maam
dimiaiahed thereby.
sale is increasing to aa almost incredible extras. Lest
year ia Mnaoe, autacaester, Blrminrbam, Livtrpssl.
Glasgaa, Leeds. Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg aad
Berlin, oar tales reached 1,738,430 pairs ef Cera eeeaa.
This year the number will far sarpass that.
asa tne 1 acuity tneir .pinto, .r thetr vam.ee a,
preventative for Concha. Colds. Prrnnnitlt
aad CoasumptioB.
30 ceau; Boys' and Misses' so. per pair, T5 nam. .
Menca. From the Retail Prieee wessakeavwrw Ua
era! allowance te Jobbers and wholesalers, aa that aow
storekeeper may make a Sae pro at ea their sale, while
they are aa article that may be kept ia any Steve,
nong any class Of uooos.
For terms, apply te ' .).-,
ILaJtCOTJBT. BBADLBT at Co '
38 Aaa Street. Hew Terk.
Sept. 80. 18M-3at
VTEW YORK BOOT A2?l SH0K
A. 1 STORE. Noe. 11 ex 13 Maia Street. " Aa
Spring has cornel Aad a has the largest, ay 7 1
beu and cheapest rtork of Boots and Shoes svsr f ill
oreaght ea the Western Reserve.
D.U.WS.RRKN. in aaawaaetsg thie tact te hie pat.
rone, and the 7 arid at large, invites them, eaa aad alt,
to come aad see for laemsslve. for be tosie eoaadeat ha
eaa suit them with any kindef good Roe er Shoe they
want.
Purchasing hi stock of the XamrJactarer for Cash,
enables him to offer each I das rat as I t. buyers aa caa--'
Bet be fouad ehmwhere
Ladies ! you likete bars a prefty Gaiter at Shoe, and
I have takea especial care to please yam by seieetiag the
most faahioaabie, prettiest and most reuse! stock for
ladies' wear, that eoald be found ia. New Terk; se ail
that like the ornamental aa well a useful, will call aad
see aad baa. before gaiag eksswhere.
Genu 1 1 have the best sssuiliuist j it Tin th
greatest variety ef material, and the latest faahtoea. sniy
call and see say Cloth, Kid aad Enamelled Gaiters.
Children I eome, and I saa fit yoa with aay kindTef
Shoe or Gaiter yoar taste may select.
D. H- W. again rstaras thinks to past patronage, aod
solicits its continuance.
N. B. hom and nlwe made ta order and warranted)
to fit. D. H. WAR RES.
r. a. Dont forget the Be. U 13 Maia St. Wa
UriHllKIVa PATT'VTV
PREMIUM CABBIAGB SHOP. V'-S-J
Can field, Ohio. The subscriber take
U"s milimii to inform the gertenas pubUc Uiat he still
carriee oa the above basiaess, ia ail its varioas branchea,
sad will make te order, any thing that a maa may want
ia his line. Having a large slock of aew material a
way .a hand, and she beet ef werkmea to do at ap hi
style that eeanot be surpassed by aay establishment ia
lhe country, thee wha wash ta purchase Carnages se
Buggies ready-made, caa always and a large aasortmeat
at my shop, of all qualities, aad at ail price, and I aaa.-'
not afraid at competiUoa, from aay eanter, ssimhi jells
north. I weald just aay bo all wh. wiah to get a good
article, they would do well te call aa this i slsliliihissHl
before purchaanig elsewhere, far war work ia ef she beat
Quality, and all warranted
PAINTING aad TUMMIN0 deM ea abort 1
Particular attention paid te repairtag.
NEW BUGGIES ta exchange for eld 1
of Lumber takea ia exchange for were
Tbe subscriber Bauere himself that by strict atteatleej
of himself and hands ta basinasa, hecaa aavea rsasaa
able share of public paareaage laaakfaiforiiteraaeg
favors, he will be still more thankful for new ones.
Canfieid. Mar So. 1853-r M.8WABB--
FANNING. MILLS! FANNING
MILLS i I The undersigned take this method ef
informing the farming public, that Mill eoalinaing tm
maaafaetare Fanning Miila, they have so far improved
the same a tab able, aot ealy ta sake cat leal seedevi
from Graia, better and faster than aay ether mill Bear
ia ase, bat also ta perfectly separate, ar take eat, the
dirt- that amy be lodred in the same-.
Tbey caa also take Timothy, Clover aad Flaxseed in
the chaff, aad by once running it tareagh, caa make-tt
perfectly mercantabke. Their Flaxseed aad rat dirt
cleaners are their ess iaveatioaa, dedaeed from easels
study and experimenting the past winter, and ar saesi
as are aot to be found ia any ether mill exsaaa. They
iavite ail wha aeed mill t call and examine the tra
before aareaasiag else. hers; aad as their mills ere
always warranted, they can run aa risk af being ha
posed wpea wita a poor assu.. r
rarauagtoa, jaiy 19. s.btsiiBenwfl.
RAVENNA BOOK-BINDERY. TL
andersimed. la eoa section with their PriatUa
Office aad Bookstore, lava eceaMiaaem a ybjx . 4
BINDERT, where Book-Binding tn every
wiety and etrle. will be doaa ea short
notice. Their Bindery has on af t
HICK0Kfl FIRST CLASS EUTIXG BUCiiiyal
Blank Book ruled ta order; Periodical hoaad; aM
Books re-boaad; aad every hraaeh of the hastate at
tended to in the best manaer. and ea reason able termss
This establishment employ the beet ef workmen, aaaV
a ssmpsiissu with work taraed oat from ether Bind-:
cries ia regard ta style, curability, finish aad price, ia--fearksesly
challenged.
Books aad orders may be Ml at ADAMS' Bookstore, '
Warren, who is authorised to receive and forward tbe '
una. UiLU, 11 a-haul a et asmrvEiB,
Aug. IS, 184-6m , . Ravenna, Portage C,0.
fEDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON
ItX Bt. Bv, ParaarATWjc oa Boraaic Parnctaa aaa
ScsoEos, would respectfully iaferm the Pub lie geasr
ally, that he haa located himself at Newton Falls,
where be will attend te all eall ia hie process iaa, a-
hi Office er at private dwellings.
Dr. M. will pay particular attention ta all kind at
of aM Chronie diseases, each a Dyspepsia, Lives
Complaints, diseases ef tbe Laaga, Kmaey, Skia.
BreBchitia, Artamatt AtBicooaa, aad all disease,
arising from an impure state ot the blood. Ala ail
diseases peculiar to the Female aex, .
Dr. Morton's remedies are purely wagataala and b
mater cura, discarding poison ef every kind, beam
mineral, vegetable ami animal. Hs will also keep ea
hand all kinds of Banal Medicines; bath stmpie am
compound; Tinctures, Syrups, Bitter. Liniments, dta
me-.fer Bale. - r " ; -
Newtoa Fills. Ilsv. 1,184. a.v 8-tf.J .
A NEW HISTORY OF THE TJNI-,
1. TED STATES, by Beacon J. Leasing. Author at
-Pictorial Field Beak, Revukmira. oca. lllastraaed by
more tbaa rt)0 exquisitely finished wood engravinga.
draws chiefly trees erigiaal paintings aad intended ta
secur accurate defiaeauon of scenes and characters,
price Bl.OD. . ' ' '
Revised and Enlarged Bditioa ef Brassard's Drawing
Book. Ia coeseqaeace af the sasidlii iaatsasiag de
mand far this isles tile work, it ha recently keen
thoroughly revised by the aatbee,aatha present
contains a huge additioa at eatirery aew aad orig
inal utftei illustrated by ITS shgsat engsavhsg. Ia
Uu editiea the subjects Laaasrara SxarrsnBa msi
aborately treated, thereby affwdiag a sure guide to the
pupil in aeqeirina- aa accurate knowledge of the art.
The publishers fed satisfied that tbey now effer to aaa
public, whether for School, or private instsactiea, th
best Elementary Treatise, oa the subjees ihsl has arm
Price, Joe- r
KING dt COatPABTT ICIevelaad m.-
BRITISH PERIODICALS EARLY
COPIES SECURED. VT PxewTtrms to aar
Saas.aieaa 1 1 LEONARD SCOTT at CO, New Terk.
continue to re-publish the followiag British Parioaa
cais, vis : .
1 rrtw LONTiO OUARTERLT fConserrativel. '
J. THE EDINBURGH REFIEW (Whig).
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. TBB WB3TMLNSTKR REVIEW (Liberal).
i. BLACKWOOD'S BD1NBUBO MAGAXINB (Tory).
Tbe present critical Mate af Earopeaa affair will
reader these wablitatlsne unsiminy latervsting during
the fertbeeming year. They will aceapy a middle
greaad betweea the aaatlry wriesea aewe-iteaavermrs
speculations, aod flying rumen ef the daily Journal,
aad the ponderous Tome ef the faeere hiatasisa , wrav
lea after the living tatenat aad exchvemeat ef tbe
great poKtient events -at the mm shall aav fi snd
away. It it to these Periodicals that readen mast took
for th only really tatelligibkt am resiable hiaury of
earreat errata, aad a uch, ia addition to theii well
established literary, acteatia, at tbeeloaical ehar-
actrr. we wrg taem apoa tae acaesoerauoa m taa
reading public. '
- TTr" Arrangements ar aaer pnm.so.tiy made fur
thTreeeiut of Aere Baser from as British PabHsa-
era, by which w as enabled to piece all mar Mtanata
ia the hands ef subscribers, about a sooa a they earn
be furnished with the foreign ceaaea. Although this
involves a very large eatlay ea ear part, we ahait con
tinue to furnish toe wrnMieese as sae .sees, row ruto
a heretofore, together with the foUewias Prcmiam la
sew 3abcriben: -.
TBBMS A5D PREMIUMS. ;v
IBs Lit af JSsmissi returns safesrj
Per aaa
For aay aae the Iaa Bestow and aa rreaa-vox. bj ow
Foraaytwa " " oae . " ie
For any three " Z " ' ' ?
Far sli four af the Bevicw ewa .- " . . a
For Blaekwaed's Msgasine one SCw
r Rwsoood aad 3 Review auarea A
For Blaekweed aad 4 aa-rarw Ihre . 10w
fmymntt ta at mods ia all sesv ia aeVcas. Jfaa
sycarreat ia tia Uatt where is sued aafr seas' id a
sr - -
The Premlams cemsist af the tbDewiog worts, hack
vi Ism il ef waieh wiM be aivaa to aew Sutsertbenac
eordiagto the number af pertodicals ordered, aa above
expauaed: .
Foamea Ommtu straw (aae year.)
luiivMj'i Maaaxua (mx moaihaj
Lowaoe QeaaTaaui Raviaw (maa wear )
lHSssna aUvtaw (oae year.)
Maiaeseareaa Maoaataa (six mouths.)
- W serai eurraa Bavtam (oae year.) .
rnnMfiiT, rn.isu siilamaa aaausl ia aB cases be
furnished, exaept ef the Foreign tuarterry Bevirur
Ta prevent diaappoiatasent thcrfora,aaere tnat wort ia
aot alone wasted. Subscribers will please seder aa many
iffevent works for
as nsn as vaiusaea to
which they may he eau that.
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-- -- ,ii .ilwmI to Ctuba ordering mar er mora
copies ef any one or more af the above works. Taws :
Pone copies ef Bmckwood or of one Bwvtow win he seat
eae address for s ; soar oacats ef tarn RVeviews aad
Bmckwood for B30 aad aaem. - -
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aaceiemade to Clabe. aer wilt wrsmiam ia aay aaa
faralsnsej. aaless tbe ssmscriplioa meaey is paid is
to the Pablishen withoat reeoars to aa agent.
Money earreat ia the State where tssaed wiB be reeorr
edatpar. PO8TA0B.
Ta all the principal C Hire awd Towns, throe werts
bo delivered, threagh Agwata Fara as Poaraaa.
Whea -seat by mvlk.tke Psssag to aay pan of too
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-Brack wsod." aad but Faisal aaa Cea-taayee fer
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