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BY EDWARD STILES KGE.
Little baby on wife'i knee,
Smiling sweetly, pleasaniiy ;
Little boy upon the floor
Taming books and pictures o'er ;
Little girl with golden hair.
Picture of htfr nothcr fair :
If yon owned these lov'd things throe.
Could 70m deem life misery t
Little wife to lore and bless
Little children to caress ;
Little care, and I'ttle strife,
rVach things make a happv life.
Little heed for wealth or fame
Lluie hate, and less to blame ;
If these little things were thine.
Could yon, mould you, e'er repine ?
Little baby called away
Far too pur on earth to stay ;
Brother, sister, soon are prest
Neath the sod in dreamless rest.
Dear things lont not fully given
Ve hare angels three in heaven ;
Rightly viewed, the chast'ning rod
Kver points us opto Goo.
Changes crowd this world below
letUtt is passing to and fro ;
Joys are fading hopes soon fly ;
Priends must leave us -lor M ones die.
Small things these, if we live truo
To the home Faith has iu view ;
If we cling to Truth, steadfast.
Little way to Heaven at last.
Little war to lleaven on high
Little children in the sky ;
Little joy to bind us here
Little cum tor tigh or tear :
Little things like these might win
Little man away from sin ;
But littls day by day,
strive we for the Le r way!"
Two old Dutch neighbors in Pennsyl
vania, were proverbially steady, stupid,
and honest ; they had carried cn their
transactions ukh their neighbors and
each other for years, on the system of
ready pay in cash or barter, but at last
hard limes came and they were obliged
to resort to keeping accounts.
Oi.e day Uiey nit t for settlement, and
after much hard labor and figurine it
was n.a('e appaient that Hauns owed
Jacob twenly dollars.
""Well, J;.cob, how musht we settle
'im nc w ? IVe got no moneysh !"
" Yaw jaw neber mind, dat we
can se tle in rait 'note'sh," said Jacob,
who prided Limelf on being posted up
in tie wuys of doing business at the
0h 1 yaw mid nodes ; well den
you writes tfe node," replied Hauns.
"Dat isu not right ; you owes de mon
eysh, you writ, s the node'sh I signs 'im
dat is the way." So Hauns set about
it and produced the following :
"In Wastmorland gounty, I os Ja
cobdwenty toltrs for settle up wenl hash
no moneys do pay h:m." s gned Jacob.
To which document Jacoh, the credit
or, affixed his signature. Then arose
an unforeseen diflicul y ; which oi the
two ought to keep tiie uot! ?
It. was finally decided that Hauns
should keep it for how else would he
know how much to pay Jacob ! In due
time, when bans the debtor got the mon
ey he paid up, and this raised another
puzzling question, w hich ended in th con
clusion that Jacob must take the note in
his keeping, so that he would know that
Hauns had paid the money.
Never ask Questions in a Hukbt.
Turn, a w ord with you.
Be quick, then, I'm in a hurry.
"What did you give your sick horse
t'other day ?
A pint of turpentine.
Joi.n hurries home and administers
the same to his favorite charger, who,
strange to say, drops o5 defunct in a
half an hour.' His opinion of his friend
Tom'sveterinary ability issomewhatstag
gered.He meets him 'he next day.
Well, John, what is it ?
I gave my horse a p ut of turpentine,
aud it killed him dead s Julius Caesar.
So it did mine.
Among other things to be desired, are
the following :
A method to make truth agreeable as
A receipt for praising a pretty girl
without giv.ng offence to her oldei sis
Some way of collecting a small debt
w thout having to earn the money the
second time, in the attem t.
How to induce a constant reader of a
newspaper 10 become a constant sub
scriber. A plan of editing a paper without be
ing considered dull by the giddy, frivo
lous by the serious minded, un pprec a
ted by three fourths, and cheated by the
A Conduct r ordered Pat who had
no money to leave at the next station.
Bui judge; cf the Conductor's surprise
and wrath to find him aboard when fair
ly under way.
"Did I not tell you to get off?"' said
"An sure I did."
"Why, then, are you here again ?'
?And sure, did you not say, all
This was too much for the worthy con
ductor, and notwithstanding the decree
against "dead heads," he was allowed
The Panama Star, giving the inci
dents of the recent earthquake there,
tays : "One patriotic individual rushed
to his Consul's residence and claim the'
protection of his flag. In vain a friend
told him l.c would be no safer there
that earthquakes respect no flag. "I'll
be hang" if they shan't ours, though, he
replied. "If any earthquake dare touch
the flag, the w hole Union would
to put it down."
Somk paper having asked why Cow
ptr was in debt, replied, because he "Oh"
fjr a I.idge in some vast wilderness,'
the Boston Telegraph thinks that Cow
per wasn't very hard np, for, like the
Christian in Bryant's Ttanatojsis, ho
was dcubt'e-s 'sustained and soothed by
an nnfalterin? trust.'
' J'.m, 1 beli re Sam's got no truth in
"Yon don't know, Hob ; d.tr's more
truth in dat niga dan all de res' on. the
'-How do you make dat?"
Wh h- n rer let nj cu."
lOSEPH R. ALRERTSOX. IVaW!
J In H'atx His, Jcmri.KT, Fswt Books, etc., Cmrmer
Superior Street and Public o'yaarc, Cleveland, O.
ANGIER HOUSE, Cleveland, 01 k
1 V R. p. ANT.IEK Proprietor. aie3
S. f- HOLSROOK.
TT 0LBR00K & LONG, Music l'ub-
11 lishers, Wbolsale mnd Retail Dealer, in Music
and Musical I nstruments. No. ltaJSutierior Street. Cleve
land. Ohio. Bolcageuta for the celebrated fTUDARl
PIANO. may IT, ll&a-om
j. n. orains. 010. raurua.
1 M. CUMMIXGS Si CO., Wioles 1.
I Grocer and Commission Merchants, Dealer, it
Foreign Wine, and Liquor,, Nails, tilass. Salt. Drag,
ate.. No,. Ir3 Its River Su 97 9cJ ou the Dock.
May 17, loSsy.
BRAINARD fe BURRIDGETEngra
Ten and Lithocrauhers. Herald Block. Cleveland
PATET OFFICE AGENCY. Xo. 4. Herald Buildin.
n i i rt.
w. M. alanine, jan 1 ly hc bsaisaso.
Corner Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio,
INCORPORATED HAT MXTU.lr.il.
THE OLD COLLEGE has removed to
new and splendid Rooms, surpassing in leauty
and convenience those of auy similar institutions in
E. G. F0L3OM, A. B-, Principal, Professor ol
Science of Accounts.
W. ii. H1UH (.IITON and W. IlOLLlbTfcR, Assistant
Professor in the Hook Keeping leiartinent.
A.J. PHELPS and JOSKPlt BLATTIE, Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship.
K. P. IILMISTON, Lecturer on Commercial History
and Art of Computation.
JOHN B. WAKING, Lecturer on Mercantile Customs.
Ba.Dk.mr, Eyehanre. dec.
ilon.-HHL CKOVVtLL, TIIOS. II. HAT and P. B
PALMER, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Her. J. A. 11 10 ME, Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TERMS. IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, $40 Iff)
For ftcparatc in Penmanship, Flourishing,
Ate, as per agreement.
The deiign of the Institution is to afford as trend ad
ranlages wus can be had in any similar one in the Union,
to young men about to assume the resiKusiile tlutiet
of the Counting Room. and various mercantile purMiita.
SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS Book Keeping will be
explained from a new stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts; and the course will
embrace some of the best practical forms of modern ac
countants. This science Is often tancht as if it wi-r? a
Sfiecies of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea
sons, and venerable precedents for penuine philosophy,
makinr the whole field of the science a complete "terra
incognita." To produce good practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
DAILY LECTURES, cVc. 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 Ethics. Railroading, cVc
Besides the usual lectures on Law, tic, in Colleges ol
this kind, there will he others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
instruct on points allied to the course of study, and one
expn-sslv on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENT L.
This deiartmtrnt will be under the superintendance of
two of the best penmen of the day. Business writing
will be taught uion the new method of FoUom's Chir-
taythmography, executing to tne beat of an instrument,
and producing the pofular commercial hand in much
less than the usual time.
N. B. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata
logues. cVc, and address the Principal.
1rrsA Iarie library will !e connected with the Col
lege, containing the various works on Book Keening,
Mercantile Law, Ace, to which the students will have
access. nor 15, 54
H0LBR00K & LONG, Music Pub
lUtaerf and Whnlesale and Retail Dealers in
Music and Musical Instrument, of every description
No. KM and Su!triorSt..CleTelan.l,6hi.
List of Pikos for sale at the great I'iano-Korte Wtre-
The celebrated STODART PIASO. un
equalled for its rich and pare tones, ehis
ticitv of touch and rfarasirfv.
Licht, N-on it BniiBinrjr'i SILVER STRINGED
PIANO, for which a uol medal vas awarded at the
Chrystal Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
Institute. New York.
Emerson's BOSTON FREMITM TIASOS, the lies
manufactured in Boston, Mass.
In addition to their splendid stock of Pianos ketd
consLintlr on hand, 11. A. L. offer to the public the lesl
AMERICAN MADE GUITAR.-, and also imnorted flni
tars, of the Itest Danish and French patterns, toother
wiui luw J'l uni iirnaiD ultars
Ruled Music Paper of 12, H, 16 lines, etc constantly
on hand and manufactured to order.
VIOLINS and VI0L1XCELL0S, in every variety.
Strings for Violin, Violincello, Tenor Viol, Double Bass,
Guitar and Banjo. Violin Bowa and Cases, Bow Hair,
Bridges, Peps, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Mutes, Ros
in, etc- etc.
Reeds. Drums, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks,
Tuning Hammers, Tuning Pipes.
TTT'Dea'ers &nd Heads of Seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with every article in the Music
line. H0LBK00K It LONG.
ilsy 17, lR54-6m.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
T SILVER WARE. FANCY GOODS, etc, at N.
E. CRITTENDEN'S. SU Superior Su Cleveland. The
oldest and most extensive establishment west of New
York, established in It. The stock is always kep
complete. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gold W atches,
endless variety, from 8?5 to $250. A large stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
(Ot np expressly for Rail Road nse. Also, Clocks made
expressiy for Stations. Sunerinf ndants nlease call
and examine. Clocks at wholesale. Parlor, Sitting
Room, Bank and Office Clocks. Silver Spoons, Forks,
Cujis, Goblets, acc. Silver equal to coin, and patterns
new and handsome.
PLATED W ARE OF ALL KINDS. LAMPS,
Fancy Goods in endless variety. Shears, Scissors,
Pocket Cutlery. Razors and shaving tools in general ;
Gold, Silver, Steel, Plated and German Silver Specta
cles, to nt any age; t,oid rens, the best ever made:
Communion W are. Willow Ware, Double and Single
Guns and Pistols, and everything in he Sporting line
Fishing Tackle, Drafting Instrumen' - ; a large stock.
A large stock of W atchmaker's t wis and materials.
My facilities and long experience in business enable
me to offer inducements to those in want of Goods in
my line, rarcely found. Watchmakers. Jewelers, Ped
lars and Dealers in general, will find at wholesale a
large stock to select from, and prices warranted as low
can be foand in any of the Eastern markets.
TTpRenunington's RiSe Barrels, and Gunsmith's ma
terials, imported in large quantities. ap 6, '54 -6m
SLTERI0R ST. CLEVELAND, OniO.
Hon. J. R. Giddings, M. C. Pres. C. G. Finney,
i . unsworn.
" II. D. Clark,
" Jf. S. Townshend,
W. F. Otis.
W. J. Gordon,
Prof. Samuel St. John,
" P. R. Silencer,
E. F. Gaylonl,
iieury n ick.
U. B. BRYANT. JAMES WASHINGTON LCSK.
11. DWIUHT STRATTOS.
n. B. Bryant, Professor of the Science of Accounts
II. llwight StraUon. Associate Prof, in the several De
J. Washington Lusk.f r"f''0" of the Spenceriat
P. R. Spencer I t',tem ' Penmanship and
' Commercial CcrresiioiMlei.ee.
Sarah L. Spencer, instructress in the Ladies' Writing
W". W. Harder, Assistant Prof, in the Book Keeping
Hons. Judge Starkweather and II. Clark, Lecturers
President Asa M:ihan, Lecturer on Political Economy,
Emerson E. White, Lecturer on Commercial Geog
! nphy. terxs .
a full Course in Double Entry Book Keeping
uuin icpariuienis, .... kao on
full Course in Ladies' Department, - - 30 0U
separate Course of Instruction in Spencerian
Penmanship, - 5 00
various styles in Ornamental Penmanship as
The Principals of this Institutions design making it
of the liest mediums in the United States for impart
ing a thorough and practical knowledge of the activt
duties of the Counting-Room, and business pursuits in
general. Book-Keeping in all iu deartmeiits, as used
the most accomplished modern Accountants, will be
biught in a thorough and successful manner
Thisdeimrtmeiitisunder the personal superintendance
one of the best Accountants in the United States. No
Mercantile College in the west possesses snjierior.il
equal advantages, for imparting a practical knowledge
Mr.J.A.Redington.an accomplished and experienced
ccountant in various branches of Commerce and Trade
associated in this Department, and will attend til
nting np hooks, adjusting long standing ami com
plicated accounts. Ate, in a correct and confidental
i. u u '.""fy"' " "nnortant and interest- I with
BinnM l . n",rr.I,ntl1 the present time been j thej
The Sieccerian System of Penmanship in all its forms
be taueht Ly iu author, 1. U. t-nencer, and J. W.
Lusk. Xo Institution in Anicrira oilers superior facili.
to this for imparling a tlueul and systematic hand
writing. The Ladies' Deiartmen is enlirely separate from the
gentlemen s, and is fitted up in a most magnificent man
ner and convenient style.
Business men can be supplied with the most reiialjls
Accountants by application to this College.
The Principals of this Institntionscan renderefficienl
to the graduates in securing good situations.
IiySeDd for a Circular by mail. jan 19 '54 y
RCOWLiiS. (late Co ties & A b rt-
son,,. 9 vTeddell House. Cleveland, resiieetfnll
invite th attention of the citizens of U arren and lilt
surrounding county, to his assortment of fine Watches,
Silverware, Jewelry. House Keepin, aud Fancy liond
ir ik-icm win i.e uu.K.mi and as low as any a.sesi I
can aitord. fcvery article sold with lie truth
describe.1 and warranted as represented. Repair
in all its i.rnnrhes carefully and promptly dou'e
May IT. I5l-ly ' '
ROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE. Jnst received
Vackaies tirtlif nwsre of my own importation direr)
tne Knrli'h Potteries, makinc one of the lr-.i
:ocrxc the tls-k-t .-omprising. in part. White Gran
le. flowing Jlllitrv. Flowing Bine. Litht Blue. Pla.n
".01-5. r v A No an extensive assortment of I
tne piiVW' j
My Ions enerie .re In the trade. enables me to offer ta
lerchsi u better facilities than purchasing i
ware in :he astern cities. Merchants are respect- I
nvltei ;o raminemy ware and prices, which will
always ne s iow is any Jo ining House in this eitv. j
iro or tne China Pitcher, Xo. 134 Superior St.
Clevelan i, ay 31, lr-l-y A. 9. OARliNES.
ASH, CASH ! BUTTER, BUTTER ! ' 1
T'M1 "sh.! !j:u ' yellow Butter, deliver nl j a
nails at :he Lmpire Store. )-v 7A.
Warren. May S4. Iimi.VGS k JI0B0AK . ! J-
KlXli & COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS. BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS
y Huperitr Street, Cleveland, Oi.
Have recently made large additions to their Slock of
Standard School and Miscellaneous Books. B'.ank
n ork and Stationerv. and are tirenared to ofter indure-
me"i ,0 Deler ununassed by any establishment in
By tcial arrangement, with nearly all the leading
Publishers of Sew Vork aud Boston. e shall hereaft r
receive their Latest aud most PoKilar Works eimul
a'' pebheatien, and can supply in quantities
at lowest wholesale prices.
Among other i.rw and valuable Works, we are West
ern Atmii for the following, vir :
DATE LEAVES OU HISTORIC CARDS Designed
and confideiitly exiectel to furnish millions of our
land an instrnrtire and entertaining substitute for the
"Gaming Card" i... ui.l m so sUirtling an extent.
IDA NORMAX. o, TRIALS AND THEIR USES
b-T.Slr-. '""rs. the weUkr.oKn author ot
Linc-jn's Ib.taiiy." can earnestly conmiend this
work as oi.e of the most interesting and instructive ul
IDA MAT by Mrs. Stows tmppeeed to he.
THE NEWSItOV ly Mrs.0ikis hMlTB-,.,.
1DLEW1LD l:y S. P. Wii.ua.
TWENTY YEARS OF A.N AFRICAN SLAVER
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORKS OF CENTRAL
Afrllt A AND LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
THE REPUBLICAN COURT The most magnificent
National Illustrated Work ever published in America,
Barniim's Latest "WtlRK !"
Washington Irving', New Book.
Also-IU'TH HALL A Romance, by the wo-ld re
nowned Fasiv Kkrk."
LIFE OF HORACE GREELY ly a "New York
We expect a large sale for those last mentioned- -from
the Press of Mason Brothers. dec 13-tf
"YOUNG AMERICA! CLOTHING
-1 HOUSE, 130, Superior Street, Clereltnd. O.
Somslbosn Brothers are now receiving the must
splendid stock of CLOTHING ever before exhibited in
Cleveland, or in any City in the Union, which has all
been gotten up with rt.cul:ir care, for this City and
l!ie surruuudiug country trade, and which cannot pos
sibly he sui-passed by the l-est merchant tailor, and at
only on hup thk aostr that is charged in getting
them made to order.
$ .0 only is wanted for a Clothand Cassimere double
Over-Coa ; the finest Silk Velvet Vests eer seen or
made in any Clothing Store.
Pants of the latest style and best make, of one thou
sand different patterns.
FURNISHING IHHIDS of every description and va
riety, aud the best made or imtiorted : and. as we are
bound to keep YOUNG AMERICA AHEAD of every
thing in the Clothing line, the prices shall be full 50
er cent, less than elsewhere ; and as articuUr atten
tion will Ih paid to all who may "drop iu," the above
fart, will I satisfactorily proven bv
luov 2J-ui SOXXEBORX BROTHERS.
"TTNI0N HALL TRIUMPHANT."
ISAACS' CLOTHING Aoiixst rna Wnat.n !
Sve Toi Dolufs ,sn ct Torn CLOTHING at
ISAAC A. ISAACS', Umirm Halt, Cleeetmi. O.
The PuMic are invited to an inection of the suierb
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTIIlNti now un
exhibition at this munificent estaHliiliment. which in
extent, variety, sucriority of Workmanship, anil
Fashion, together aith lowness of price, cannot be
heal hy any other Clothing House in Ohio.
Issais has just rctumcil from the East, where he has
received snch I arrains in Cloths and materials for
manufacturing, that he has it now in his power and is
determined to knock all the Eastern lop concerns
into a "cacierf kat !" and he will commence hy selling
the liest Over-Coat in the City for For, Dollsks ! and
Under-Coats, Vants and Vests of all descriptions in
proiortion. em lamk mmt for f mm ! and come alone every
body who wants to he clothed, be can fit all sizes, from
men as large as the Qimmle that mtmmd mt He dmmre, to
little wee fellows three years old. and as his Mammoth
Building is filled with Clothins of all qualities, he is
sure of being able to suit everybody Recollect that
does not wish to hum) ng the eople with Eastern
Slop Work for 50 per cent, less than any one else, as
does not keep sari fr ; l.ut he will furnUh his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money than they can purchase the same kind of Goods
for in any other house in the Vntted States.
GENTLEMEN'S FINISHING COOKS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A liberal discouut made to
Wholesale customers who buy for Cash.
Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Umimm Ball, emrmer mf Svperimr mnd Vmimn Streetm,
TTp LOOK OCT FOR THE GIASTS.TT
STRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
entitle men are UMy bringing to light new Inven
tions, rnd the march of progress is onward ; persons
Batd, or tK-coming so, ill be pleased to learn, that sci
ence and long research combined, have brought before
greatest aarfer f he Jlpt. in the article of EM
ERSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sure
cure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from falling.
circulars to le had of agent. Price l.W in large
ottles. Sold 1 y E. E. lioyt fc Co.. and Geo. Adams,
Warren; J. Manning, Youugstown , Prentice k. Ed
war Is Canfield.
C. E. FISHER Y Co.. Proprietor.
march 2 No. 57, Superior street. Cleveland, 0
XOTICF IfTVVKT.RY XnVAflY
1 GOODS. J. R. Albutso. formerly of the firm
Cowi.es at. Alberts! a. has just opened a new Store in
New Block the Cmrmer mf Superior Street mnd
Ptblie Sfmmre, Cleveland, Ohio, where may be
found an eutire New Stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCIIES.
ENliLISII. FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER W ARE of all kinds, frmrrmnttd Pure Cein.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWELRY.
kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERIES.
In sLort, everything that is Kew an? Desirable in
line, may be found cheaper than can be bought
ITT" STRANGERS should sot (ail to visit as bcfoie
Cleveland. Dec. 13, 1854-y
David m axdless.
yiCK & M'CANDLESS, Successors
v to L. k J. D. Wick. Wholesale Grocers. Forward
ing and Commission Merchants, dealers in Iron, Nails,
Cotton Yarns and Pittsburgh Manufactures gen
erally. Corner of Wood and Aater streets, Pittsburgh,
CANFIELD, Commission and
Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer In
Western Reserve Cheese, Butter, LanL, Pork, Baron,
Poland Pearl Ashes, Saleratns, Linseed and Lard Oil,
Fruit, and Produce generally, Nos. 141 and 145
Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. feb 23 tl
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
Pittnlmrph, Fx. EstAlilUhed in ItMO Iocorpora
td the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
board op TKCtfiKKs:
James Itnchanan, 1 llou. Walter H. Lovrie,
tt w. Wilkina, - Clurle Naylor.
Moses Hampton, Gen. J. K. Jiourhead.
Di ff, author of the "North American Accountant,"
Professor rf Book Keeping, and Commercial Scienct-a.
Johs D. Williams, the i est off-hand Penman in the
Suited, Professor of Commercial and Ornamen
It. Hat- ii, Ksq., of the Pilt-! urch Bar, Professor
Mercantile Law and Political Kcoi:omy.
IUydk?i, Princial of the Mathematical, Depart
Professor of Mathematics, frc.
J. D. Williams l.a-t permanently joined the Fac
ulty, and it mill le seen that, during his late profess
ional enpifrements in the East, be was there regarded
the .est Penman in the country. This Institution
refcrc, present attractions to students o tiered hy
other of the kind in the United States. The course
training comprises upwards ol 4i3 real transactions,
six ditlcrent methods of Double Entry Book Keep
ing. 3tXI practical I nsiness calculations, covering the
field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanship, m ith every modern improvement in
Art. Businesr letters and business forms of every
description. Iai)y lectures on Commercial Law. Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Profits, Ac. Dull 'a
Harers Edition, the most compre
hensive in the language 91 50.
DuO's "Western Steamer's Accountant, a perfect
stem for such accounts $1 CO.
Send for a Circular liy mail. nor 22-y
TMP0RTANT tITcONSUMERS OF
WHITE LEAD! FRAUD IS WEIGHT !
PcHTfSYI.VAMIA WttlTC LlUD WORKS.l
PiTTsBma. June, 15-4.
attention of consumers of White Lead la called
fact that a large portion of that article ground in
now put up in kegs jmrjiortiug to contain 5 and
s. each, whereas there is mo allowance made for the
of the kegs, and the consumer is defrauded to
amount. The deception can easily le detected y
the different manufacturers brands oflered
During the last rear we have made extensive addi
to our buildings, machinery and stock, for the
manufacture of large quantities of White Lead, to ena
ble o to supply the demand for our articles. We
guarantee all lead hearing our brand to he strictly pmrn
entirely free from any adulteration whatever, and
excelled for fineness and whiteness, by any made iu
lead, ground in oil, is put up in handsome iron
bound kegs, of 25, 5(1, t0, '.HA), 30 and 5U0 pounds
and every keg containing the quantity of lead
it purports accurate tare being always allowed
is a well known fact, that the various qualities of
branded "Extra, No. 1 and No. 2, are largely
adulterated with substitutes which are not calculated
answer the same purpose. And there are manufac
turers, claiming respectability fur themnelTes. ami
confidence In their article, who brand their kegs
adulteration of Bart-tes.
sui.9 Vm H.
A. FA11XEXST0TK Co.
their own names. -Pmn H'bite ',"alth.ui:h
never turn nut a sinple keg without a considerhle
I.URITY, HEALTH. HAPPINESS
Water is rendered poisonous fcy passing tbrongli
material ulj-et tu decay and dislutioii, such as
tif wood, inm and lead. 1'rof. J. P. Kirtiaud an
ili;tingiiislid chemist, go o tux aS to condemn
practice of mpplying animals with water through
tu'ttaiicei, antt earnestly recommend the STON E
WAT Kit I'lFE.
uudersigned ia extensively engaged at Newton
0.. in niauufacuiriiig said articles, includiiif also
having a faetry driven hy steam power.
prepared to fil! onlers at wholesale or retail on
terms. The Water Pine is admirably a-lapted to
fluids of all sorts, draining cellars, irrigating
&.c. It is also for sale by the Hoyts,at Warren.
for sale, a valuaMe WATER POWER, with sour
of land, r'atory lluildinirK. Dwelling, etc., etc.
two miles iwlow Lowell, Mahoning o., O.
I", l-tfw J. ii. C.tLKXOKR.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CLEVELAND. Chartered January fil, Je5l.
Nn..Augier House, It-ink Street
M. 1Iugt.es. C.W.Seymour, Josiah Fogtr,
Stephenson, A. W. Fsiroanks, Rolert Reilly,
L.CroweU. 6- B.thaw. S. H. Foh.
Chase, ft.Cb.unlerliu, J. FinlHyson,
IlcuMEri. Presidenu S. B. Shaw, Secretory
Skvmoi a. Vice PresV raw bum Cuask, Treas
urer. Company insures against loss r damage l y Fire,
perils of navigation.
issued by J F. ASPER, Agent.
arren. June 7, lM-y
vv v L-c-uuff . i."
Air EliL.N .S new woi'k IS St lllll"
raj-iillv-eall an.l Ket one at ADAS
VO HUMBUG ! X0 GASSING ! !
4-1 But a plain, true declaration of fact., which any
body can ascertain hy calling, st theOM Head Quarters
fnr READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Ur J. Goldstein, (ituccetcnr to Morganstern ce Broth
j er.)Osk Front. Big No. 15, Slain street, Warren, O.
1 have just received, and am now opening, my Fall
and Winter stock of Kvadj-)lade Clothing, Cloths.
Cassimeres; Yestings, etc., together with erery rarietv
of Fumiihng tioo,!. I would simply remark thai
from the extremely low figures of woolen goods Kast, 1
nave rnrn inuncrd in iHirrriase
1MH HI.K 1Y I'aSl'AL AMOrXT 0FOO0D3 !
Anl those that are acquainted with my mode of doing
husiness. are well aware that I will
JTVNEVER BE I NDEIISOIrQI
I do not have my Clothing made up ly any e9tlih
ment in the east, nor did I come from there myself.
But I import a.y own CinhIs. and y porchaslng from
first han.U. am eiiallel to furnish all atrirles in my
line t New Vork prices! I am not In the hah it ol
tunning down any boly. nor do I notice any such per
soual attacks when made on me I take my revenge in
Which, from my suierior facilities in buying, I am
a undantly ahletodo.
As diluting prices seems to he fashionable, I will in
troduce the following programme, to he run during the
season, or until the small dealers a' tout town come
down t my enures vis: Full suit if Cloth-. Coat,
Pants and Vest, for $5 aud upwards. A good Over Coal
BOYS CLOTH I XO
By the cord, consisting of Coats for 8150. and Pants
forT.5 cents ! ILtts and Caps of everr stvleand rariftv.
(Cheaper than the cheat .est. Coll, Cravat, Ties,
Scarfu, Cndrrshirts and lrawers.8hirts. hoth white and
rok-red. In short, a complete asortment of everything
in my line, and all I ask Is an inspection of mv rood
and prices before buying elsewhere. I am now the
nldost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co and
have inerened my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have been brought to bear against
ine.and have lived to see many of my competitors
shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
(hat by aiming at one o'.ject, I have succeeded in
.ringing down and keeping down the price of my goo Is
to the lowest figure at which a good article can be
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
Manufactured by tip top workmen, and warranted to
lit ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
No. 15, Onk Front, when you come to town to purchase
clothing. I am tmnd to sell lower
THAN ANY BODY FLSK DARE SELL !
Come and see Remember the place Big No. 15.
Oak Front. tlrt Clothing Store south of the Post Office,
west side of Main street. Warren, O.
Oct. IH, '54. J. GOLDSTEIN.
fOOK OUT FOR T II E&ysg
I J OHIO CLOTHING STORE, JV. ITv?
Main Slrrel, H'mrrem. 0.
The subscribers would inform the customer. mnA th
Public in general, that we have now on hand.. ..l
constantly manufacturing a full and complete stock of
cm nun uuer intiung lor .Men ana Boy s wear,
ahich. owing to the recent decline in prices will and
are bound to be sold a little Cmemper than the Ckemm
ft. We will not he I'N'DERSOLD by any.
W'e have on hand a large stock of Over-Coats,
Dress ami Business Coats of all kinds ; Pants and
e?:s oi every quality, style and color now in ne ;
Rubber Over fonts. Cnder-shirts, Drawers. Fine White
Shirts. Collars. Cravats, and in fact everything ktpt in
Establishment of the kind.
We also have on hand a large stock of Cloths. Casi
meres. Testings. Jtc, to sell or make op to order on
the shortest notice.
TTT Warranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all. you are respectfully invited
call and examine our Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will save money by so doing
1. FITE tc SON.
Warren, Not. 1, 1P54.
OREAT OPENING OF FALL AND
WINTER READY-MADE CLOTHING. HATS,
CAPS, mu: It has been clearly demonstrated to a
generous and discerning public that Jons L. W'ecks fc
Co.. 14 Market St.. is the legitimate place to purcliase
Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, and in short,
kinds of Gentlemen's wearing apparel at prices
tliat throw all babbling competitors in the shade.
Having said this we now beg leave to announce to
citizens of Warren and surrounding country, that
are just receiving our W INTER STOCK, and are
prepared to supply all who wish articles in our line on
LOW EST POSSIBLE CASH TERMS
times will allow. W'e have a great variety of
Ready Made Clothing of all iin.il i ties and styles, and
is a common talk alHiut Town that our stock oh
Cloths. Casimeres. and Goods generally, for our ensr
torn trade far outshines anything in the market, whic
we cut and make up at short notice, in a style superior
anything done in this section of country.
Also. HATS and CAPS in great varieties. And wa
would particularly call attention to oar fine Silk Hats
and Silk Plush Caps, which in neatness and strle. .re
nnequaled. Ju fo call, examine and judge for
)OUrslves. JtMl.N L. WEEKS 4c Co..
Warren. Not. 1. 1854. 14. Market Street,
A M ERF 'AN ARTISTS' UNION.
w The American Artists' Union would resiectfnllv
announce to the citizens of the United States and the
Canada, that for the pantose of cultivating a tnt f
fine arts thronrNut the country, and with a view of
enabling every laiai ly to become possessed of a gallery
BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE,
They have determined, in order to create an extensive
for their Engravings, and thus not only to give
employment 10 a large nurair of a tittsand others,
inspire among -Mir countrymen a taste for works ol
to present to tne purchasers of their engravin-s.
hen 350,(i0Uof which are sold.
S50.000 GIFTS, OF THE ACTUAL COST OF $150,CCO
Each purchaser of aOne Dollar Engraving, therefore
ieeeives not only an engraving richly worth the money'
also a ticket which entitles him to one of the Oifta
when they are distributed.
For Fivr Dollar, a highly finished Engraving,
beautifully PAINTED in OIL. and FIVE GIFT TICK
ETS, will he sent; or Five Dollars worth of splended
Engravings can I selected from the Catalogue, and
by return mail or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a specimen of
of the r.ngravings, can be teen at the omce of this
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
sum, ana a out Ticket, will immediately be for
The Committee believing that the success of this
National Undertaking will 1 e materially promo
by the energy and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agents, have resolved to treat with such
the most I it-era I terms.
Any person wishing to become an Atrent. hy tending
paid.) 9- vill receive by return of mail, a One
Enicraving, a "Gift Ticket." a Prosiectus, a
Catalogue and all other necessary information.
the final completion of the sale, the Gifts will be
in the hands of a Camkittk of the Ptrai hascrs
be distributed, due notice of which will be givea
throughout the United Slates and the Canada.
LIST OF GIFTS.
Marble Busts of Washington, at - -
elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid)
gilt frames, sire 3x4 ft, each, )
elegant Oil Paintings, 2x3 ft, each,
steel plate Engravings, brilliantly)
colored in oil, rich gilt framec
e4x30 inches each,
elegant steel plate Engravings, t
colored in oil. of the Washington
Monument, tftx-6 inches each. I
steel plate Engravings, from
100 different plates, now in posses
siou of and owned by the Artists
Union, of the market value of from
50 cents to $1 each,
first-class Dwelling, in 31st st N. Y
Building Lots in lbOand Hi 1st sts.,( ,
N. Y. City, each 25x100 ft. deep, ,'uw
Villa Sites, containing each 10,0001
tq. it- in tne surturtis or . i . c ity, I
and commanding a maguificent 500
view of the Hudson Kiver and j
Long Island Sound, at 49 J
per) et ual loans of cash, without
interest or security, of --50 each,)
" - a. 50
" " 20
" " " 5
Reference in regard to the Real Estate, F. J. Yiss her
trl tUtstt ItrnL sar '. Vrlr ..r.1r t.nal
. ... . , . , U"""
with money enclosed, to l-e addressed,
J. W. HOLBROOKE, Sec y,
5(t5 Broadway. . Y.
Engravings in the Catalogue are now read)
delivery. nov 15, 54-0m
YOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
HUDSON THE FALL SESSION of this In
stitution will open on Monday, the 11th day of Septem
Elementary branches, including U. S. History,
Watts on th Mind, etc- per quarter of 11
Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lessons -Use
of Instrument. ....
ur Painting in Water Colors, per qr..
Paiuting, per qr., -French.
order to meet the expressed wants of the commu-
for larger accommodations aud to adapt the course
instruction more perfectly to the age aud attainments
been constituted, for which a convenient room has !
secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is j
successful ojienition. The tuition charges in Uiisde- us,
will t-e Three Dollars. -
tits or guaniians ana other mends or education '
resftectfully invited to visit Uie Institution at any
during tlie daily sessions which may suit their
r Pupils are stteiially requested as they would
satisfactory progress iu their studies, to be pres
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April 4, lr-o4.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
the present Principal and assistant in the Young
Seminary of Hudson. and their successful labors
commencing and conducting it thus far, we take
in couh'ientiy recommending the Institution
jiatronage of the community as one in -which may
secured the benefit of a thorough, elevated and re-
elocition for young ladies iu a suj-erior degree,
coiijratiilale the iseui.le nf Hudson and the Ticinitv
the e stab litfli incut of such a Seminary under so t
auspices H e arc happy to know Uiat it is in- I
to proviile in tins institution trie means and fa-- i
of an education f the hiirhest tinier.
E. 11 KHC E. I'res. W. J. U. SMITH.
H. N. 1AV, K. Col. WM. II. SKSSIONS,
i. H. ASIIMI X,
lludsou. April Iva4-y
IfON.V.R. Ill MI'IIKFV,
KEV.T. R. FAIRCHILD,
KEV. HARVEY CUE.
17KESC0 HALL RESTAURANT, I
WILLIAM URKKN. AfiENT. ;
Patrons of this potrtil.tr and fashionable Saloon.
all repudiated the credit svsteni, aud are iaying
for their refres-iment.t. They say, Jreen has :
to do to keej everything iu onler and serve his '
a it bout making tickets, charging oysters and 1
refreshment, drawing off accounts, aud shinning :
town fur money Uiiit has been ticketed for a
or so, and run one or two and three years, and
getting anything don't ay, and they aon't let him '
any more. (ientleuen, your arrangement suits
Stick to the text; pay as you go, and all my time '
including that portion of it hich has heretofore been !
in fruitless efforts to collect money shall bede !
to your comfort. My house shall be set in onler '
for the better accommodation'of my cash cus- I
'Excelsior, shall b my motto.
March 517, I . W M. CiKEEN, Agt,
IVFVTITT?V Do J f" Rr-oDntTr-nc
wouM resietfullv announce to Uie eitisens
anil to tlie lail'ltc. that be will still lie found at X
Rooms over r'reaco Hall, where he will perform aujr ,
that may be required of the Dental profession
elegant and duralile manner, lie returns his you
lor paai lavors. ana asas inr a continuation of .
All operation performed by Dr. B. will be .
to Imt auat Uiey should lie, in every ense of (
J. C. Bl'BHOLlilli. aud
16. IM tf. J
I p office.
VEW-Y0RK BOOK ST0UL. The
su'stn'rer Laving purchased Mr. J. Marvin's1
stock, takes this method of informing the citizens of.
Warren and Trumbull county, that iu addition to the!
stock on hand, he is receiving and now ope: tug, a
COMPLETE .STOCK OF NEW BOOK
Stationary and Fancv (Jo-mIs as can be fom d n the
West- His stock of Books comprises Historic. Trav-1
els, Romance. Encyclopedias, Biographies, Works on
Elooitton, Architecture. Agricuhure, Theology, lieolo-
gy, Philosophy, Physiology, Phrenology, Works on
Spiritualism. Mystic Order. Annuals and Albums,
AIm, all the new Publications worthy of note, piles of
!choi ikm.k. i;otn oii ami new, now in use in the sev
eral school district, Ui'des from 0 cts. to $1M, Prayer
aud llvmu Books for all ilei.omination.
JI VEMLK AN U TOY BCOK3
In great variety. Letter Writers. Song and Dream
Books, Astrologers Books ami Carls-
In this department are offcretl every description of
GooU. French. American Laid, Wot. Cap. Bill. Let
ter and Note Puperof be best quality, and Envelopes
Comprising I tigers. Journals, Record, Cash, Invoice,
Time, log. Note, Receipt and Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Prints, Maps, Chessmen and Boards.
Dominoes. Dice and Cups, Playing and Printing Cards.
Paper Wei ghu. Calendars. Letter Clips and Biilholders,
Address Cards, Plain, Gilt, Embossed and Illumined,
Card Cases. Pearl, Ivory ami Illumined.
Drawing Books, Cards, Paper and Drawing materi
al . InkM. Writing Fluids. Pens and Lead Pencils.
Leaves, Wire, Paper, etc.. for Artificial Flowers, and
a large assortment of English, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Paper from Bon in. Sew
Yorkand Philadelphia, Periodicals. Harpers' Putnam's,
Graham's. Godey's and Methodist National Magazines,
Leslie's Book of Fashions and Yankee Notions.
The purchasing community will find alwavs on ha nd
a Urge stock from which to make their selections at
extremely low prices for cash only, at the New York
Book store. o. V3, Main street, a few doors south of
Warren O.. Oct., 1th, 1R54, R. A. A. BALDWIN.
0ST0X CLOTHING HOUSE.
I SI. Also, a complete stock of II ATS and CAPS, com
prism): v-rj ri; k auii iinii. mi, iivi mil
WAR OX HIGH PRICES'! At Baktlett A
naoux's BOSTON CLOTHING IIOCSE, in the Sew
Hiiilding, opposite Uie Democrat Office, Mum Street,
We are now exhibiting the richest, cheapest and best
lot ol I'Luiiu.-tu. at nnoiesale and Retail, 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 come
and examine for vonrselves.
A FI'LL SI"1T. Coat, Pa its and Vdit. ,50, with
an Overcoat to match for $4. Also, a rich stock ol
Roys Clothing; Coats for 9. with Pants to match for
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, and a large
stock of Broadcloths. Csssimeres and Vestings. rich
and rare, and of the latest and most fashionable styles
CARD. The Proprieters here take occasion tore
turn their sincere thanks to the people of Warren ard
the surrounding country, for the generous patronage
which they have hitherto awarded them, and resjM-ct-fullv
ask its continuance, feelinr certain tht tii.i.
I goods, for style, quality and cheapness, cannot b
equalled in this section of country. Our goods are all
warranted to be of good material, well msde. and to
give good service We have but one price for our
goods, and that a just one. believing it a oor policy
and worse principle to plunder from one person te
secure the loss on another. P. T. RAK1I.ETT,
Warren, Oct. 7, If 54. G. W. BROWN
HIIE WHOLE WORLD.
-L $31.0,000 WORTH OF GIFTS, for the subscri
berstothe MAMMOTH PICTORIAL or thk Whole
World, published simultaneously in the three cities of
fw lork, riulatlelpuia and Bait' more, as toon as
3tM),000 subscriptions are obtained ; and having al
ready an actual circulation of about 200.000, it is now
certain the distribution will lake place.
Among the extraordinary Wvsr or oirra, (being one
tor every ticket issued.) re
Prof. Hart's Elegaut Country Seat, valued at
A Magnificent City Residence
A Cash Loan for 100 years, without interest
Building Lots, Elegant Piano Fortes. Melo
deons. Gold Watches, Bracelets, Rings,
Rooks of Travels in the Old and New
World, by Prof. Hart ; Real Estate, c.
Ac., &cin all numherine 300.0t;0 Gifts.
valued at $300100
tsvery sumle remittance of $1. secures one year t
tabscript.ou jo the MAMMOTH PICTORIAL, and the
gratuity of a Gift Ticket, which entitles the holder to
one share in the 300,000 Gifts. Thus every person in
vesting in this stupendous Enterprise receives the
lull worth of bis or her money, in suiscri-tion 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 the
For complete List of Gifts, and full and explicit par
ticulars in regard to the great Enterprise. Distribu
tion, c see a copy OI 1HR .HOI,K WORLD, WdlCD
will be promptly scut, free of charge, where desired by
The Wifoi.t World may also be seen at the offices of
all pers containing this advertisement, where infor
mation may be obtained in regard to the paper and
Agents, Postmasters, and Ladies desirous of lucra
tive, and at the same time, genteel m ploy ment, should
not fail to area copy of Tub Wiiold World, which
contains by far the most literal inducements ever of
fered to agents in the way of immense cash premiums,
gifts, commissions, dec. whereby any 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.
Correspondents must write their address Name,
Post Otliee, County, and State, wlmiu and distinct or it
willbetheir own fault if they fail to get an answer.
Adhere to tit is. and all returns will 1 promptly sent
wherever desired, in any part of the world.
JpPIf any orders are received after the 300,000
tuhscrilers are obtained, the money wi!l be promptly
returned, post-paid, to the persons sending it.
IP- All letters and remittances for the Pictorial.
with Gist Tickets, must invariably be addressed.
postpaid, to pRor. J. WOODMAN HART, World's
Hall, Uroadway, New lork, there being the a
office for the Gift Enterprise.
Rut remitiancea for the Pictorial withoft Gift Tick
Ms. may he sent to Prof. J. WOODMAN HAKT. II art'm
Bcildixi., Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa , there
tieing the priucijsal editorial and publication oPdce.
uct. i i-bm.
with their former stuck, makes a very desirable asrt
ment ; among which are Gold and Silver Watches , Sil j
rer, Silver Plated and Brittania Spoons : Breast Pins :
Finger Rings; Ear Rings: Gold and Silver Pencil!
Cases; Match Chains, Seals and Keys; Scissors;;
hears ; Pistols : Pen and Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks ; Razors ; Percussion Caps and Pills ; Silver
lated, Brittania, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Lamps ; Lamp Globes, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea f
iud Coflee Pots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth, ;
Shoe, Hair, Flesh, Tooth and Shaving Brashes ; Melo-
deons ; Guitars; Bai;jcs; Violins; Flutes; Fifes; Ac- j
enrdeons; Flageoletu and Tan: bonnes; Hair Pint and
Combs; Waist Slides aud Buckles; Purses; Pocket I
Books and n allcta ; Powder Flasks ; ork Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a great variety of Toys and Fancy Goods. i
The iublic are resiecUully invited to call aud exam- !
ine the goods. j
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and war j
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable ex)ense.
To our old custemers we tender our thanks for the i
patronage the establishment has received for the laHt
Uiirty-s:x years. WALTER KING k. SOX,
Dec. No. 9, Main St., Warren, O.
JULES VAUTROT, Wholesale and
fl Retail Dealer io Cloi ks. Watc her Jewelry, Su -
ver-W are. and I as t Goods, A arren. Ohio.
Having just returned from the Eastern Man
ufactories, 1 brought with me a very lar;
. w3 I
assortment of extra-fine EntrlUh Lever Watch- XfesV i
cs, in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also, a sut-eri.ir '
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds, j
just the thing for tiniug horses. Also, English Lever j
Railroad Time Keejiers, in Silver Hanging Cases; and I
larger stock of Detached Lever and Lepiue Watches j
than was ever hvfurc ollered in this place. My assort- ,
ment of Jewelry, I Halter mself, is a better selection '
than 1 have ever Ik fore nadc, having purchased a '
much larger stock and of finer quality, than has here- j
tofnre been hnui;ht to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exnin- j
iue my stock. Pedlars, and others, purrhasine 1 1 sell j
again, will find a large assortment, and prices that will f
compete with Eastern Cities, as I purcltane my pood
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for as j
small p.tnt!i as any other establishment in he country. ;
few fine Dounle Time Centre Seconds Wairhes, will j
sold very low. Now is the time for securing a good '
largain. i'all soon and see for yourselves.
Watcher, Jewelry, ice, carefully repaired ajid war- :
ranted. Jl r Engraving neatly done. '
Oct. T, 154. i
A7EW STOVES ! T. H. M0RLEY I
At Co. are eonstantlv maktnr. additions to their '
larpe and well selected stock of Stuve Patterns, so thit i
t,,eJr r uww to frn'sn customers with the most ;
dcsiraMe patterns lor kitchen or Jiarlor use. Among ;
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, Xo. 5.
do Improved do do do do
This Store is truly the Farmer's Stove, for after an
unprecedented iuu of five years, the demand for them is
The W'omaus' Rights Cook Stove, Xo. l.for wood or coal
do do do do Xo. "2, do
do do do do Xo. 4, for wood,
This is a new pattern of Coal Stove, just got ont by
with elevated oven. Xo. 1 is intended for a dining
room Stove, having two boiler holes and a large capa-
ciou oven n-r takini; or keeping meats warm. o. s
four t! inch holes for boiling.and is adapted to small
families. No. 4 has 4 9 inch holes for boiling, and a
very large oven, anu is aaapteu 10 large lamiuea.
The Hang lpM Cook Stove, No. 4.
do Wertern Oueen do do
do tjueen of Prairies do da
do Great Western do do for coal.
Thesn Stoves have four 9 inch liler holes and capa
cious ovens l-elow the fire chamber. For beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
unsurpassed. "They are perfect bakers.
The following are some of their Parlor Stoves :
The Cottage FrankUn Coal Stove, No.
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
the premium at the late State Fair. For beauty anil
convenience, they challenge competition, as the eiui
ordinarv Kilra this vear alundantlv testify,
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood.
do do do No. 2, do
1 ne Jewett ac Koot Move, rooiing uoors, nr woon.
Besidt-M a general ajoruuent of Cannon, Coal, Buz,
All kind of machinery made to onler. Stove Foun
east of Tayler s arenouse, on tne canal, .tiacnine
Foundry, east side of Lierty street, en the canal. Tin
fmr doors west of the Bank, Market street. War
ren, Ohio. jan 19
VEW ARRANGEMENTS at the?
EAGLE HOTEL. The subscriber would tak
take this i
opiKirtui.iU of ioft.rmine the citisens of Warren, and .
pnblic irennilly. that he has tairchased the E.oi.c
Hotki., formerly kept I y Mr. Camp, where hereafter he i
would be gl:d to see his friends, and all who choose to :
him a call. The best arrangements will be ma te to
his house a plea nan t place to stop, and no effort j
le 9. m red to those ho call once to stop attain. To !
old customers of the Eagle he would say, do not j
condemn a ch .nse as fr the worse, because you were!
well suited with your old Undb-nl, but give the new I
administration a trial nrure you dec uie.
Warren, Aug. IT, lri3. GEO. T. HULL.
IVRI I ING INKS, tire Arnold's and
T May n ard fc Noyes celebrated Writing Inks.
I ulc Powder, Carmine Ink. Indelible Jnk, for
marking linens. Writing Sind. Ink Bottlra, etc., etc.
;lraa!eby (may ' K. A- SMITH 4 Co.
PHE LADIES COMPLETE GUIDE
to Crotchet and Fancy Knittirr. A few copies
receiveil at AbAMS' Bookstore.
Also, several new popular works. Drop In whea
have time. (nov 2".'
, ., . ...,.. ,rpAn1, , ,
A. r AllJL.MOLKiK Co. s lUPi
While Leaii a line supply eonsunly on hand 1
for aaleahe loweet c.h prices. tv
Aot . E. A. SMITH Co.
DR. LOCOCK'S ITLMONIC VA
FKRS. FOR THK CI'flR OF COLDS, COrilllS.
?TIIMA. IIKONCIIITIS. COSSI MPTIOX. ASU ALL
FFKCTIONS OF THE CHEST AXD LUXUS.
These Wafers operate like a rharm produriur almost
Instantaneoca relief. They allay at once, the tickling
anJ irritation in the throat, which aires rise to backing
and eouehinp. and anally result, if not arrested, in a
disease of fatal type.
For Bronchitis, so fearfully prevalent la this climate,
Uiese Wafers stand perfectly nnrivalkii. So Puiilic
Ppeaker should attempt to address an audience without
ft supply of
In his picket. They luliricate the throat and facilitate
delivery to a most astonishing decree. Professional
infers, and all members of Church Choirs will expe
rience immense henefit from their magic effects. All
who use them cheerfully testify to their wonderful effi
cacy. There is but one opinion of their matchless vir
tues, in all complaints for which they are recommended,
line box will satisfy you that we cannot speak too
biffhly in their favor.
Hon. SAMl'EL RICHARDSOV, late Mayor of Roch
tster. N. Y.; Dr. James MeCarthv. of Medical H ill,
bulilin; S. Pearsall, Vicir. Lirhlield Cathedral; E. Pres
ton. Coal Merchant, of Hull England ; and tliousands
ef others have volunteered their testimony in favor of
Pr. LOCOCK 3 great diicosery. A single trial will
convince the most sceptical that no medicine ap
proaches this in theal'solutr control it exerts over all
lliat fatal class of diseases which we have enumerated.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers generally.
Oct. 4. l?-i4 tim
r.r. j u ui:i.(.
n j.: w
.l I -T II I N
Thr im-t p'wVfrfiu Kin fB thi (ncc of the clooe now
rri iu mi.ivu.- iu ti.e 4iv.r: an l.rpuhijr. Th pvwr
I :h- iTi vri f f.un j iuk into in.iirji.tl.cane
tifii .-)L,iMrrd torur sViiver.an Kii.g.
ur-i-i. t i..vr. p;. ti.f powrr tested to them to
lu.nuH ta ri m s f ti:o M- h and lordly, and to rttdum
to trr ttwir 111.MT1 at: J S :r.Utin. lb p" -r and depend
vt. tur Auieriiu Kii-s forth withtiwl wiiling-d-m
t:t ii-, i..rol nuriii ar.d h::rn-i r.in. radr
ii .r i. aioi.isu-r r.i. f. and fo offer beukb and nappi
it. i.. xuK ,i,. ;,tJj ioT, the Tka and the pot
IU. .JOHN J.'UIJS
GrRSAT AMERICAN KING
i ft- I-., m Wt.stERi-t TMi W.!j. and the nvatei
I'wttiu t-.-r otVrr-1 to slti lvi huaii itv; t. the sup
triu' until.:. s the lv-tcr'n nay. ivli.-f is at vour euv
mnd. V- u ha only u tin niaieal reuiViir. All
lr'- wfa,. iin u;T- r. a rt n.-t a--rrt the profrtred
ti.-iltn.Ji-M-r.eu- t l.te pity rf their tSmiiie.
l'Li winjvrftil niffisf tm. .luring th lrif poriod since
ita iittroiu -ti bia earri-d b.ipptnesa to lit hearts of
tboumiAdia. and lum.r lit m riiartu to many wb b-reto
kr reyaXued it only a. a piul'ul aud mixcmbl asifelv
1 tb wind with aii Uiiineuls. V.ra .r -rat ions. Pain
KilUra. aittt lain r.trsrvr, and lt luillioun of glad
tonr:uR -r 4-l.li ui iLe c;ritof tb. KTeat "Auiericaa
Kin; t.f I .tin. a prruarati'Mi rnp.std aotely of
kaLKar-d f-tr-. pntucsl t-y Jkuirrtcn a ou riband
aKiintc u. w-i!.
W -'-uM aat, tbe I.imrs. !. are alwa- rwnip- tent
jndpwt b4l iad m lui i n.-t a valuaMr tamiiv med
icine U- if u a pev-til ftr.T hy -It in tba Kinxf 1'aia
a Kii.ii- tr:.it. ai.ti if atiV-i i -Tt . e&rrk ih-tr infJnanoa
!a iu U-bi;f r-ouite.vviti i:. k eil ana Mien of it,
and tbat it u used hx their albiru-.l tiri. hlw rA. l itm
ljidifart a'a. s.baxital lr 4nduen tiie induce their
SolTeriu frtei.-: is use t-;i rvilv cjtuat. iurdirine,
lhay if ba djin- aii f lieneC'.lVu'- that they ran
I prt'U't .f. '.hi U a piwvrful aud traly-nxixiraj
TmelT t.r all xt'-rn..l ii---uj-s w.!. t ilip-.Tn, burns,
fcsx.au I f -r inmy intern..! ittlirtions. it is a crii n run,
yH ii i fs-rfiTtit b.-triii.e-n. ani inupv)le ,f pro-lu -ing
lite k-aat ngurts u w-rf.-rU in t!s mtt dvittute cava ur
thff wU n.utltuliot,.
it is ri.UreK uor-lv.. to p-Ilw the oM and or&4ut
ynUnn f pat ii-iin.- t ibe j.uMir tbouands of errtitt
tates i.f w.Mt.lt-ris p-rl-..i-ins-. l. tiii mfi .n.. tt wtn
but tweittj,-f..r fwrl t.. irv it. .;t lr. Uull fctakes bis
wrll earn-.! r.put-tfn lh lm; of lain Ainj ail
nd ni'tp ttt:tn iierbii.ii-. t.r :t.
Vrtut-1 A-k bate iu tne HhvumatUn. or(ut;
them are iit-f pi- -is'nt rw:vd n. and wc know that
fou tuii M-.e c ijrisrt itvs-iu away as noun as pos.ibia,
-It! I.I.S Mti or PA1X."
Hut'l -ju I eured d::ttrt.t iinm-'timtflv f Itf-wel
DouipsMiiti l se,,tvrv. u-n:u rr CouipUiut.! uoIli-3 Mor
bua. t r-titip bt ii.-. 1 -:! A -he. Tita ir any other ache
ar paiu. Ue uiedy i iutpU and the aura certain,
1K TIIS t;i;rAT KING liF lAIN.
WooM you have your Jstvs, SvIJinca, Cuts. BurtH,
Stills. UruiM-s. or any otb-r wouuoV baaied. we repeal
U, use lUe
MMiU Al. KIMi OF TAIN.
Would you i- enredof ral I 11-a.J. dti.f J dots. Sora
nrraat. Neural -ia. .ore lrr.tc. I.umio. l'e.ter or Mns
Worm. Salt l.wt.-uui. ..;-i.f l'..in us imes-i I l.aie-l
llanda. aud all other 7r-. ritUr Itv or f.uoitia. mm
lay aain and airaiu. l a kiyiist b IT. Joim Bui. s
- ttf PAIN."
Wu!d ou be eurrl .f Kin K'.il. tanT. Tumnrt.
Rrup.it-ui. or an diM-a-M of ttie ."ii'n eau-d by iuipiire
blood, tuen um IT. J'bo liutl .Ntr-ap-inlla internally,
and the Kiiitf of Piu exts-r-i-iliy. cethiatC caa b wore
vrtain tban a pee4y and edvrtuvU cure.
ER JQiiX BULL'S
B A Ii S A P A R I L L A.
or kin.; h u.
Cn n.-er-, Li u p ; v nn
of th in Kr -tsiptlis
Tuntors. t. nrtsitk ocm t.ytf,
Clng Wrm or "iu-m. .Srald Head.
Mvutn-ntisai. Pa.H in the ilt-nes off
Joints. iHd S m and I H-rra. faeliioz (f
theiLin ls. j.hiiia- iM (p!i. ntt I h-um,
Idartuess f the hiatxeyj. j;iw-om-k ri-in fnu the
use of Iert-urv.LrM A A-.pctit4. iam iu tiiei-.eand
fcbouldera. Geuerai lel Kilv. Tifuioco. .'uu-b. lit da,
rpy. Jauniii-. I'lnatiTt-neiK. i'-rotM-hiti. Vat-aknesaof
Chet. S:re Tiin-at. I'ulm..mr -ti. h li.-i an.l ail other
IirM lending U- pn-t.11.vO iuBipti-ti Lier unre
plaiata. Female lrie-.-uir:Ltuud Cotzipbinla, lw
tpiritK. i.-il and neroa .lead arbe. Ni. bt J waata,
KapcHun.-a. or iutpruienee in Lite, t hruie t'oav
stitutiMial Iovum-s. jod as n prin; and
bum aver lirink- and iivikti) Tuiii- ( r too
byteui. ai'd a i.entle rud I'l-asant
l'urati'e, it u supr.r b bluo
Lis:k and Cwu.re-a VtaUT,
at) t-i Lit
ltUaremark.ibielVt.tb.it aof-n; the bun !ralsof
mi ten t phtsi'ians bo u.tts exabtioed the rt-ipe by
wbk'avUuii'a jirwparilla i prtu.irvd. but one b-vi en
oVmued it. i-ut all apprt-tM it and rontuifiid it in tue
bighet ts.r:.i. Van; pS i 'ti. S e pr-w tb-Balvea
trouIy in ttr l-eliel ihit i- i deei -Jl . the t.-rt prt pa
rat km of Sarsinnrit'a t:i.t Las t.r 1 crit pl.ee UK le
the pubtie. Altl.iuh tb-re an irtati pir )--iius wliO
feel a reluetaueU Ita.i: t!:-ir na!iit: pp-tiue-1 to tha
raouuinii-iati n f any p-ir.i ulnr r-ui- dy. uotwi:h
standing they may apprt..-. t il in tbt- ii,bet 1 n.r.-;
there are othtrs bi franl.l. j A-i tbs-ir npp-rt in tavs-r
of a reuedv ui h tbrv iaiiow is tl.n-uf loin so
sauce good iu iu le-l --iuiiiuity. tn ri teu ,
mal the f dlowini ff:u ol t ud re5pe taM p'.i. si bins,
f bib tui.iin; iu ti.- i-juu .ii.. is ti taw
4a-Titiiu'b like thr F II--. in-r rer.-ltTi .ur--rr m-ui
all cinaien'-s ou tliert. a-v . f i.i.ii .-srir nil-.i. i r m
I ft. L. I. VanJ II. IT'fe-i r lmij-trr it. tu.- I.t.tti.
iil. Meili -tl 1 i.ile-e : 1 -i kiol..-i " r th.r a-L ..I in
cnilivnts niinp"in.' .h l:uil s t;uiup.uu. ..xlrn.-t f
rUrsaariiU ami li.e mi hw.uti -n in -J inr Ti.t ti.i-y
Isn a snle eioipunl. an.! -nr tii.it ih-hiiiims well u'
shronic dis.seas to alii. I. u is M'li t' 1 -
I- i: A'.M.L. Jl.lt.
1itisviujE, June G. 1;.
What llr. T.les. pli.: Ln t.v spw4utui.-nt ti. fit.
LauisTiL. Mariu. Itir-.il.it. s ct i.ull s .ar..-tp.tri:U
I. ! isvll-L'U Vsr. li Jil.
1 have examinel ll.e r.r. . rijil U u f-r tl. pr- t'ti.n
Jt Jithn l:uil s an-ii-iriiLi anJ 1 !--liwt lle .uiiii.a
tii.n to W an exrvllvl.t r.t e. anii well f-f I. rllat a t" r--
uee an alt. ratire i-n'ir-wi- n en tne i-,-ni. I liar
sjsed It U tt in full Ii-- an-l t""l' ate .rt. ti e. ael thins
tt is the Ut article -f .-siirlila l-.w i;. n-.
M. i-V! . V. IK
r.rsi.li-nt lh.-t-in lyifi-i"e ;.irinr l!i-.tal.
Better t' sli-vi.ni ttkin a w.-w .reri.I in birvrtfai7
tsediein.. J.ev. L. . .-et.fn Tei . i . MeveTu- n :
tl i-ILli V.v Ih lsi'.l.
We hava niwl J. hn tiiils Srjfnrili an.l ii.ivs
known it t I - us--'l .it'.i ertir- s-Tisr.- ti anJ r.
have n h -it:iti"n in sI.tii '-i.ur f tii.-.l it i a .
anil vain.-. ure-lit-al rt i-mii.! an I tal uLitit t- ..r-i.
4ueeuiniii exo-l .iii'l n-tir- ui.i -ii -u n..r: ai;.i tiN-r--flora
wouM i-li-erfll and .m. k; iMr'i.-lI;. rtf.. biiii"Uj it
K ST.. l:..-i)X.
litis meui-iiic. -ij u--i w-r-uus u uirruoua
arill eux. witut'ui fc.ii.
We would arntl fenl! p -r in li are iuK-r-Inf
with anv f ll.e ilia ti.M I l: i ll-ir to to rail nn
Dr. John Bull sa.-ent end set a op .f foils ln ily
Journal trriiti: sufc r ti- nK.f hT.ni itv e S t
that a single inii i.'u.il i l n..t ! f un t ii'.;!i!i.r U
rive hull's SarsrparilS a Iriil Jp-r r nuimr. sim! rti I
Iretinr. at tiie -uiie tin.- tl. it it is ir..pri-i' b- 5 r th
Dnrtor to pill lih the tenth p.n t ti naoil. r .f ete
lifcatesof atoun.!in; rur p rf rui'-d l-v hi- .Mrsapa-
rilia. The amount .f teriuwnv niiui t-iril .-n.i.erii
9. Ur. Hull's .anwpsri!i. fr.m -ll kw.-t. an-l iivin
j fvislieU indlridu.tK 1. th ill pubii.- and pri ate life, ha
been perforllv over h-lnil'iii.
mm- ii,. j.din Hull s Priu.-i:il "f.ne. West Si ' f ifth
jus. itst door b. fcw Main. Luuisi iile. K J.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
PRINCIPAL orriCK s.
nBABCLAT.TKKKT. j 1 HTII STRKIT.
NKWYiiRS. ! Lorl.sril.LK
ros snx R.V
BtH30I?TS AND J1KKI HANTS T!irl'i:MiH"T TIU
UNITED STATES, CAN ADA. MKAICIt. AND
TIIK W'.T I Nil It
And by E. A. SMITU at Co.DruggisU Xo. S Main St.
OHEAPCASH AND READY-PAY
y BOOT AND SHOE KSTABLISU
alEN'T, No. SW, Main Street.
J. McConnell i t'o No. SO, Main
Street, Warren, Ohio, have the pleas
are of announcing to the eitisens of
V.l.nl I rannir and the nnlillC in
reneral, that they are receivine and manufartnriii s the
larrest, cheapest and liest ass.iruneut of BOOTS and
SHOES ever l.roujrht to the Western market, which
they now oBer lor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash aud
readyay system. Their stock consist, of
Hen's Coaese Boots; Men's Calf Pei'd Initation B'ts;
Hungarian do: French Calf se.r'd, steel s'ks;
m nip do; Broirans;
Calf Pee, do; M Kip and Calf Btdgans;
Boy' Boots and Broyans. all kinds. !
Ladies' Jenny Lind Boots, Buskins aoi Vies; Ladies'
itent Leather Buskins and Ties, and Morocco Bouts;
9f:sses Sewed and Pegd Itaiter and hoes, of all
kinds; Children's Shoes. As.
ilOEMAKER'S flNDIXUS fc TOOLS ALL KINDS!
Morocco. Calf Skin ai d Upper Leather, and every-
'na usually kept In our line, whiah wi" be sold for
.. lower than can be fouodcWewhere in the county.
April II. DM3. 1. McCOSNt'LL CO
Bart.. M.D.. the emlr -nt Me.fll" Pr-tiii I
" let a valmMe d-acy to the world in his (1KEAT
i nr. t.v r.snt E nin, CONSUMPTION and utifailing
tore for Pulmonary lliscas-rs. withoctthk rsaor mku
Ulss. S'.r A. C. B irt., iniente l and alvised the ns of
THE MEDICATED FIR CIIKST PROTECTOR,
to all ersons of all aes and conditions, as a certain-
, and safe shield a-ainst those fearful diseases. Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs. Colds and other
athictions of the Longs, which arise from the exposed
state of the chest, according to fashion, and the contin-
! ual chaoses of our climate.
! "The Protector," is simply a chemically pre) ared
fur, lined with silk and padded, which, suspended from
the neck, rovers the chest in so agreeable a aunner,
I u,'-""J worn, it becob.es a necessity and a comfort.
-The Protector,"although hut recentlyiutroducid in
i J? Aasrica, is making rapid progress tlirouvi in.
; I mlei! states he C'anailas. South America, an I W'w-st
I .''"i!"-, M h" fur ''"e hern a stable article
in England and on the continent of Europe, while it
has grown in many countries to the position of an arti-
cle of dress.
To demonstrate these facts enquire of any English
! resi.lent in your vicinity of his k: owledge of the ben-
: eficial effects of vrarin it.- n.i
j roc ma to botosisu of "any kind. The cost of wear-
inctneseartieies is a mere iritle -nH An ..n i ..
some year. No one who values the health of himself
or his family will be without then. The Hospitals in
tin country are not alone reeouunendintr them, bat
rapidly introducing them. Hnrcourt, Rra.lli.-y cV Co.,
of Londou, and .Manchester, Knjtan.l. were originally
entrusted with the manuiacture of the Protectors. by
Ue lamented Dr. Cooper, and continue to manufacture
accordiux tc 'his original' instructions, and therefore
reconimeud those who would wear -The Protectors,'
to ee to their being genuine.
Kememlrer this is a ample article, and no Patent
Gents Size, .... $1 50 each.
Ladies do - . . - 1 (aj do.
Boys' and Mmesdo. . 75 jo.
HAKCOI RT, BRADLET A CO..
Ann Street & 10 Nassau Street, New York.
Principal Warehouse. HK2 Wood Street, Cheapside
London. Sluufactory, 44 Market Street, Manches
a.J! ' Co "re est',,ihinc DepoU for the as Is of
uThe Protector in all parts of America. Physicians,
Stir-eons, Dru'fUts, Clothiers, Dry Goods Merchants,
Hatters and Milliners, also Gentlemen's rurnishinr
Store Keefters are entrusted with the wholesale and
retail distribution of them, and to whom most liberal
terms are odered for their enterprise, and a splendid
opportunity opens to them for safe and profitable busi
ness JIAKCOl'RT, BKADLKV & CO.,
34 Ana Street, New ToJk.
Seivt. 20, l?4 3m.
TXR. J. B. MARCIUSrS
FOR RELIEr Sl CCRE OF SVFrEKING FKMALE3.
It sm.ls pre-eminent for its curative powers in all
disea-fca for which it ia recommenced, usually called
Of these are Protapnu I teri. or Fallinc of the Womb ;
Flour Allius, or Whiles; Chronic Innaination and Ul
ceration of the Wouih; Incidental llemorrhare. ol
Flooding; Painfnl, Suppressed and Irretralar Menstrua
tion; &c, with all their accon.panvin-; evils. (Cance
e-trepte.1.) no matter how severe, or how Ions; standing.
The Catholicon far surpasses other remedies, in beint
more certain, less expensive, and leavin-r the system
in 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
uie: together with letters from highly experienced Phy
sicians, who hare used it in their practice, and speak
from their own observation.
P. B. Po sASi, M. D., ITtica, X. T.
I.. I. Fi.imso, M. D.. Rochester !f. T
M. II Milbh, M. D., Rochester. N. Y
D. . Foots:, M. D.. Syracuse, N. T.
Prof. II. sbi,s. M. D., Haltimore, Md.
J. C. Oxkh a, M. D., Ktltimore, Mil.
W. W Kcxsc. M. D., New York City.
W. P---OTT, M. 1 , Concord, S. II.
J. P. Nismo, M. D., I tica, N. T.
Rev. C. S. Beard, Glenn Springs, S. C.
Phamplets to he had gratis at the "tore of E. A. SMITH
Co., Agents, Druggists, Warren. O. Also sold by L.
W. Mears, North Bloomfield, James K. Sexton, Yosngs
own, and hy most of the leading Druggists in the ad
Wjr-Letter addressed ( tbt cars Mr. Cmrtis
Hateb, Agent at kacemnm. Obim'.
To Dk. Mari hisi : I have been ten yean troubled
with Female Complaints prolapsus uteri, and all the
attending difficulties; at times rendering my life mo
miserable. I have had the attendance ef some of the
best physicians, with but little success; the most they
could do was to relieve, cure was out of the question.
Fur five months before commencing with your medicine
I hail not been able to perform any labor, could walk
but a few steps at a time, and scarcely went out of door
in short, I waa completely prostrated, both in mind
and body, and expected to drag out the rest of my day
in suffering and misery. But. reading your advertise
ment, I was induced to trv vonr inv.lnahl. m.iin.
called Uterine Catholicon, 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 nerfnm .1 .h. I..
borfursix 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 my case to the public. I can safely
recommend the preparation to all those suffering like
myself. (Signed.) Mr. Saras Ana Buuor.
Freedom, Portaee Co., Ohio.
ITT-I- B. MARCIIISI dt Co., Proprietor. Centra
Depot, 304 Broadway. New York.
Warren, June 31. lJo-l y
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TUB GREAT Pl'RIFIER OF TOR BLOOD I
Jfst m Pert te is Mtrxnrf im it.
Lkt thk Affuctkd Rcad an Fondek!
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheu
matism. Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions. Pimples or
Postules on the Face, Blotches, Boils, Atme and Fe
rer. Chronic Sore Ejes. King Worm or Tetter, Scald
xieati, &uiarement and fain of the Bones and Joints,
ouiooorn i icers bypnititic Disorders, Lumbago,
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from an
Injudicious I se of Mercury, Imprudence is Life, or
Impurity of the Blood.
UTTtaia great alteratire medicine and Purifier of
Hlood is now used hy thousands of jrrateful patients
from all parts of the United States, who testify dailT ta
the reniarkaMe cures performed hv the rreatest of
i .lemcmn, "vaaxita m evanish JIixtcrs." fiearaltria.
I Rbeumatisoi. Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin. Liver
Disease, Fevers, fleers. Old Sores. A fleet ions of the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints,
Pains aud Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily
nut to flight hy using this great and ineaiisLable rem
edy. For all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet been
fonnd to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acts gently and cmcietitly on the Liver
- aim Eimueys, Btrengiuens cue iigesuon, gives tone to
' the. 3tani)a-h miirM r na alrin etwnA kultk.
stores the Constitution, enfeebled hy disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to iu pristine vigor and
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than all the
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Cartkk's Sr
; tan MivrrsE will remove all sal lowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a re
markable ileg-ee, beyond all the medicines ever beard
The larpe number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from all parts of the United States
is the best evidence that there is no Humbug about it.
The press, hotel keeers, magistrates, physicians, and
puMtc m 'n, well known to Uie community, all add their
testimony to the wocderful effects of this GREAT
Call on the Aoxvr and get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines lias performed.
None genuine unless signed Bekkctt cc Becks, Pro
prietors, No. 3. Pearl street, Richmond, Vs., to whom
all orders for supplies and agencies most be addressed.
For sale y E. A. Smith A. Co.. Warren ; J. Camp
bell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown. Ohlton ; Oeo. Ilaxlett,
Oadtavus , S. W. Mears, Bloomfield, and by Dealers in
Medicines everyhere. nov 2-y
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Janndice, 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, Natives, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Full-
ness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructtaions, Sink
1 ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the llrid. Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at Uie Heart, Choking or Suffocating; Sensations
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Webs before the sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
tc. Sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning in the Flesh.
Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Ureal Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cured hy
jDr. Ilooflnnd's Celebrated German Bitters,
Preitared by Dr. C. 31. JACKSON, No, IS Arch street.
Tir power over the above diseases Is not excelled, ;
If etiu.il led. bv anv other Dretaaration in the United ,
St:.t-- th .Mir.4 tttt. in nmnv im aftrr skillful . rmt
physicians hail failed. These Bitters are worthy the
attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the ' the
rectification of di-eases of the Liver and lesser glands, j
exercising the most searching powers in weakness and i
affections of Uie digestive organs, they are, withal j
safe, certain and pleasant. j
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO
Jon I.orrw,Jer.mesville, Ohio. May 9h. 1H5.V
said " -I write to state for your satisfaction, and also j
for that of others, that your (ierman Bitters is what yon ,
rm.nM.l ii t Ire. a hirhlv valualle met Heine, which I
know from having used it in my own family to my j ;
entire satisfaction. All who have used it give the same ' T
recommendation . . Xt
ii-wmmtMwm a Vttir. fTantf.n. Ohio. Slav II. iroJ. '
- - ' - - - . . . tnee
iiiv.ti kf-ftrti vour tiermin Hitters nirnir i .v.
reconunendetl Irom sources in which I placed annch t
coneuence, i oruereu .our V.w, 1'
nt thfm i ra.vr to bit dauchter who has deriTed ereat
benefit from it : two of the others I sold immediately,
and I woald like yon to send me a wpplrj t aell." BUnk
Jou Clk, Brunswick, Ohio. May . IK, nys:
.rrxiA.u "'' i 1 j t
cae that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself ereat itemanu.
Thomas LmiiFom, Covington, Ohio, Pec. 27th,
1PJ3. says : "My wife has been affected with the Liver
complaint and Dyspesia for a numier of years, daring
wh.ch time I have sient a great dal for doctoring, hut
received very little hetvelit therefrom, and anally f
doctors said she could not be cured. Last spring
concluded to try your Bitters; she took two bottles t
ever since taking them she has been able to attend
b.r business, until very lately she had a new attack
has a?nin commenced the Bitters. I have sold
quite a ntuuler of bottles through her recommendation,
as far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to ally,
D. Abbott, Austtuhargh, Asbahu!a county, Ohio i his
Deretuber 5th, says "Permit me to barr testi lr.
mony to the rem irkalde efficacy of your medicine in of
cure of Liver Complaint, for years previous to
in -r your Bitters, I was severely atiiicted with Liver
Complaint; so much so tliat 1 did not expect to lire; arising
by a free use of your medicine, thanks to a kind
Providence, I tiud myself entirely restored to health, . Dr.
able resume my employment." arafer
These Bitters are sntirei vegetmst and free from
Alcoholic uimulatitand all injurious ingredients, mild . hand
their operation, they strengthen tl)f system, never ,
prostrate it. . i tc.
Por sale bv E. A. ?mith A Co., nd Porter . Co
Ttarren ; . Haxlett. Ousta-us ;y. 8- .Mears, Bloom- ;
, J. Camidiell Newton Palls, nd by lValer in t .
ERCIIANT'S GarL'li' S Oil
nov e ISs-y
S0ct.nd 91.110 bottles, for le by the quantity ore
or.rrtai'' ... ttr. j
March Io. . '.,:-.
v . .4TTn a, rri 1 maim
, -.-ri.o filTlllRTIP PIT T 5 "me
I.A1IIAI11 riUL3, . .
Powders, for sale by
s just received and for sale by
AuS. . K. A. SMlTfl
HOOFLAD'S German Bit ers, a cel
ehrateil reaie ly for the cure of Liver Complaints,
Jaundice. Dyspepsia, aud all disease arising from a
disordered liver or stomach, sold by
iirchifl. SMITH & Ca
W r lJUlli ' t-
ntion of the rnM- ...
Certificates appended below, and
bespeak for them that candid con
sideration which their honest
aten in such station as many
who voluntarily bear witness to
the efficacy and value of Cbrrit I
Pxt-voral, do not wantonhr trifle
With, Or distort facts. Bor armtat. ik.i. . : ;
Judge then, whether this is not the medicine to truss
when you must have relief for the throat or lanes; judge
too. whether every family ought not to have it by them
a a (ifesuard against the every where prevailing ene
my, which steals with Fatal frequency apon almost every
Hock and carries oil the lamb from many a home?
Jackson. C. If. JelrAn Pi.- f, ; Hwk v ... into
Da. J. C. Aver. ' ' "'
Hir The L'smt Pn-rn. . . : - w i :
Several of our best Physicians have nsed it, three of
them in their own cases and always with Uie happiest
fl? il-J """nerous patent medicines always befere
mem, lead to incredulity in retard to every new remedy;
anil it is only after uudoul.ted evidence of value in any
article that anything like a general confidence can b.
The unrivalled excellence of this enK;n.i!,
agents, (in the Chirrt Ptttoriai) proved beyond cavil
by repeated trial under their own observation, has com
pelled medical men to proclaimed abroad it's usefully
ess. It ta beyond all doubt the liest general remedy
we have for the Pulmonary Affections of this climate,
at the same time seilative and expectorant, rare eoia-
v....n v. properties.
In the hope that it will prove its own reward, I sub
scribe myself. Respectfully your obt. servt.
JAS. 11. C. MILLER, M. T.
wear Sir Ne one, no not one man, woman, or child
can I.e found to deny that the Chesrv Prttorai. is all
that itciums to be. There is much used in this vicinity
although not known until recently. The community
should know it's virtues. Tours truly.
JOHN R. KELXOUU. M. D.
Let gentlemen of the Legal Profesion mark this case.
Williamsburg, L. I., Sept. 3, 1853.
Dr. J. C. Atkr,
Dear Sir Over application for the past three years to
my duties as an advocate brought on some eight months
ago a severe irritation of the broncal tul.es. which wa
a constant annoyance to me. and fast becominga so ore.
of great apprehension, livery remedy tried, failed to
relieve me, till I used your Chkrrt Pb-toral. Thi
has not only relieved me, but as I trust, wholly cured
me. 1 care nothing for th reputation of advocating
Patent Medicines, and thia is at your service. I shall
recommend it to members of the bar and other whom
I may meet, laboring under similar indispositions.
Yours truly, R. g. JOKES.
South Paris, Me., Aug. 18, lf50.
I have no hesitation in aayiug. that I regard Avlr's
Cbrrri Prctorial as decidedly the best remedy within
my knowledge for the cure of chronic bronchitis, eouha
and ail diseases of the lungs.
M. A. RITST, M. D.
Montgomery, Anv, Oct. 4, 1(M9.
DR. J. C. Atir, Sir: I have used your admirable
compcund extensively in my practice, and find it to
surpass, by far. any other remedy we have for caring
diseases upon the lung. Your oht. servant.
What yet remains to convince lb. most incredulous
thai the Cherry Pectoral is all that it purports to be
V'-? ""W"' remedial agent for aU diseases of
the Throat and Lungs. The experience of years, ha
proven it to be sucb. and we sul.mit it to the people be
lieving that it' virtue will fully maintain it's reputa
tion. Prepared by JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold hy P. E rstriss Jr Cincinnati ; B. A. Swirafc.
ci arren; J. CauraELL, Newton Palls; II. W Cole
iar, Mesopotamia; and by all dealers in Medicin.
. jnTBeware of counterfeit and worthless prepara
tions attempted to be palmed off under a similarity of
LP"'J I4 '3i.-'Ml
ROTAt IRTTERS PATE XX.
rPHE HYDROMAGEX, OR WATER
-n. PR00P. ANTI CONSUMPTIVE
Manufactured by IIARC0URT, BRADLEY Co 40
Market Street. Manchester. Principal Warehouse 1x4
Wood Su. Cheapside, London, England. American
Establishments, 3d Ann Street and 10-J Saasun Street.
The Uydromagen is a valuable discovery for protect
ing the feet from damp or cold, and therefore a pre
ventative of many Lung diseases, without any doctor
ing whatever. The Uydromagen is in the form of a
sole, and worn inside the boot or shoe. Iu medicated
character is a powerful preventative to disease.
For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm and
healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather, as
the foot cannot become wet if the Hydromagen is inser
ted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled boots or shoe
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 can,
the feet to perspire io n very unhealthy manner; and,
besides, are not dangerous to wear for pedestrians ia
icy weather, like India rubbers. While the latter
eause the feet to appear extremely large, the Uydroma
gen, being a mere thin slice of cork prepared, peculiar
ly plated inside, does not increase the sue of th. w
or cause the foot to appear untidy. To children they
are extremely valuable, as they may eneage in exercis.
with comfort and healthy effects. Their expense is so
slight as to scarce need mention; besides, those wha
patronise them will find their yearly doctor bills much
As the Uydromagen is becoming more known, ita
sale ia increasing to an almost incredible extent. Last
year in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool,
Glasgow, Leeds. Dublin, Paris, Antwerp, ilamburg and
Berlin, our sales reached 1,733,400 pairs of Cork Soles.
This year the number will far surpass that.
Ask the Faculty their opinion of their value as a
preventative for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma
Men's Sise, per pair. 35 cents; Ladies' do. per pair.
30 cents; Boys' and Misses do. per pair, 25 cents.
Notice. From the Retail Prices we make a verv Ilk.
era! allowance to Jobbers and wholesalers, so that any
storekeeper may make a fine profit on their sale, wki i.
they are aa article that saay be kept ia any Mora,
among any class of Goods.
For terms, apply to
HABC0URT, BRADLEY 4 Co.,
3 Ann Street. New York.
Sept. SO. lr-S4-3m
dtrt that may be lodired in the i
They can alsotake Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed in
chaff, and by once running it through, can make it
perfectly mercantile. Their Flaxseed and rat dirt
cleaners are their own inventions, deduced from much
study aud experimenting the pas4 winter, and are such
r t to be found in any other mill extant. They
invite mil who need mills to call and examine theirs
ffor Pchasing elsewhere; and aa their mill, arw
IwJ9 warrante,!, they can run no risk of being im
"J V" " ,r,rVo
fftii, July 19.
"VEW YORK BOOT AND SHOE
J. 1 STORK. Koa. 1113 Main Street.
Spring has come I And so baa the largest. )
best anil cheapest stock of Boots and Shoes ever I
orou'Di on tne vt estern Reserve.
s-it. WARREN, in announcinir tfats fact to hi pat
roue, and the rs srld at large, invites them, one and all.
to come and see for tiiemselves, for he feels confident n
can suit them with any kind of good Boot or shoe they
Purchasing his stock of the Manufacturer for Cash,
enables him to offer such inducement to buyers a can
not be found elsewhere
Ladies! youliketo have a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
I have taken especial care to please you by selecting th
most fashionable, prettiest and most genteel stock for
ladies wear, that could be found in e York; so ail
that like the ornamental a well as useful, wilt call and
see and buy, before going elsewhere.
Genu .' 1 have the best assortment for your use the
rreatest variety of material, and the latest fashions, only '
call and see my Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Uailera.
Children ! come, and I can fit you with any kind of
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may se left.
D. ii. W. acuinreturnatAattkato past patronage, and
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boots and rfhoes made to orderaml warranted
to t. r. ji. WAKRES.
P. S. Dont forget the No. 11 13 Main St. Warren
f AH0XIN6 COUNTY
IfX PREMIUM CARRIAGE SHOP.
Canfield. Ohio. The subtcriber take .
this method to inform the generous public, that he still
carries on tne above nusiness, in all its various branebee,
and will make to order, any thing that a man may want
in his line. Having a btre stock of new material al- '
ways oa hand, and the best of workmen to d. it ap ia
style that cannot be surpassed by any establishment in
ine country, ths? who wish to purchase Carriages or
Buggies ready-made, can always find a large assortment
my shop, of all qualities, and at all prices, and 1 am
not arraiu ol competition, from any quarter, especially
north. I would just say to all who wish to get a Rood
article, they would do well to call on this establishment
before purchasing elsewhere, for our work is of the beat
quality, and all warranted
PAINTING and TRIMMING done on short .notices
Particular attention paid to repairing.
NEW BUGGIES in exchange for old one. All kind
Lumber taken in exchange for work.
The subscriber flatters himself that by strict attention
himself and hands to business, he can have a reason
able share of public patronage. Thankful for all former
favors, he will be still more thankful for new ones.
Canfield. Mar 6. lr3-r M. SWA.VK.
ANN ING MILLS! FANNING
MILLS M The undersigned take this method of
informing tne farming public, that still continuing to
saanufacture Fanning Mills, they have so tax improved
same as to be able, not only to take out foul seeds
from Grain, better and faster Utaa any other mill now
use. but also to perfectly separate, or take out. ths
w. cruris & sons.
AVENXA B00K-BIXDERY. The
nnderaismed. in connection with their Printina
. . ... . .
ann nooKszore. nave eswiiiaiiea a xjv-w
.- ... ... .. r v-
BINDERY, where Book-Binding in every
variety and style, will be done on short
owe. Their Bindery has one of
UICKOK'S FIRST-CLASS Rt'LINO MACUi.Si..
rolcd to onl(.r; Periodicals bound; old
re-bonnd; and erery branch of the busineaa at.
tended Win the best manner, ana on reasonable terms.
This establiithinent employs the best of workmen, and
comnarison with work turned out from other Bind
in regard to style, durability, finish and price, ia
Books and orders may be left at ABAMS Bookstore,
Warren, who is authorized toreeeire an-Lforwnrd tbw
mall, iicju.it. & c a..us.UKin
Aug. 10, 1-5-1 om
Ravenna, Portage Co., 0.
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON
SrauKos, would restectuilly inform the Public gener
and that he has located himself at Newton falls,
he will attend to air calls in bis profession, at
Ofiice or at private dwellings.
M. will pay particular attention to all kinds of
old Chronic diseases, such as jrspepsia. Liver
Complain, diseases of the Lungs, Kidney, Skin,
BroucUitis, Artnmatic Afflictions, and all diseases
from an impure state ol the blood. Also ail
diseases peculiar to lite Female sea.
Morton's remedies are purely wsgstmbi and tlto
rar, discarding poisons of every kind, bntli
mineral, vegetable and animal. He will also keep on
all kinds of Botanic Medicines, both simple and
compound; Tinctures, yrupa. Bitters, Liniments, die.
Newton Palls. Xot. S, 1K4 (nov 8-tf.
vpw UKTOHY OP THE NT-
TED STATES, by Benson J.
Lossing, Author of
ecu Illustrated vy
Pictorial Field Book. Revolutirn.
thiin y eaoa.s.te T B "
Kcnli,t delinritions of scenes and characters,
Revised and Enlarged Edition of Bramard's Drawinc
In conseuence of the rapid iy ibcreasint de-
f.r this saluai.le work, it has recently Bevn
i-r inia , i .i -- . . . j
thorouirhly revised by the author, anit.the present vol-
contains a laree addition or entirely new anu ong
AltlvS ,tl-Ii!U,tn,ted by ITaeleptiiteiiKravinrs. In
thisclition the subject of LsaDM Ara liirmnii iseb
treated, therel y aRonlinjt a sure piide to tli.
in aciuirinR an ac. urate kno.le.li.-e of the art.
pulib'hers feel sutisfied that they now oBer to the
whether for School, or private inntruction. t!i.
Elementary Treatise, on :!ii subject that has evi
ntbl'shed. Price, c.
r RINti t OMPAXT Cleveland 0.