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BARNUM PLAYING FARMER—EPSOM
SALTS TO CURE SICK LAND.
Burnurn tie Barnum, 5s a Connecti
citi fanner. - IIo has a passion that way.
tt.is liia present Jiohbj. Sometimes it is
ths 'Fire Anniliilator." and sometimes
tW Crystal Palace annihilates him.
', Last year he had the hen fever. That
was Lis hobby. He rode it till he spent
about J 8,000, and then found that he
had neither eggs or chickens for family
use.- His neighbor's hens that " stole
their nests," under the barn or by the
side of the fence, hatched mTe chickens
than hifidid, and when they were grown,
they were healthy and good to eat,
while his were drooping and sickly in
their costly house.
': Farming, however, was always a hob
by with him. He has been for years
buying up the oM fields about Bridge
port and digging out the stones, cover
ing the giound with muck dug out of
- 11 .1 11 VT .1 1 .
an me neignoonng swamps, no mougnt
Connecticut soil had someth;ng in it,
and if it could be stimulated to give it
up, it would produce something besiJts
daises and mullens.
Somebody said, use salt. That did
not look reasonable. What virtue was
there in Salt to make plants grow? Some
body else said, use saltpeter. But that
was evident nonsense. Sahpeter was
only to preserve meat it as not ma
nure. Another wise man told him Glauber-salts
were gocd, but a wiser one
told him that Epsom-salts were better.
Bless your soul, man," said Bar
num, "do you suppose I want to physic
my land"? So, sir ; I want to feed it ;
and make it feed me." , '
So he took to the study of agricultural j
chemistry. Therein lie learned these
facts:
That an application of 100 lbs. nitratt
of potash to an acre of land had doubled
the crop of grass.
Again, he read, that the same quanti
ty of sulphate of soda had produced the
same or a better effect
It was also stated that sulphate of mag
nesia was still better, and that remarka
ble effects had been produced by a free
use of muriate cf soda. Xiirate of soda
had also done wonders.
The author suggested that the farmer
might procure a portion of each of these
sulphates and nitrates and mix them to
" gether and produce a cheaper and more
concentrated manure than super phos
phate of lime or Guano.
Full of this idea, Farmer Barnum re
turned to New York, and went forthwith
to a dealer in drugs, medicines and chem
icals, and inquired the prices of Nitrate
of jpotash ? 6c. a pound. Nitrate of
soda? 4c. Sulphate of soda? 2c.
Sulphate of magnesia ? 2c. Muriate
of soda ? Ic.
'.'Very well, put me up a hogshead of
each.".
In due time the farmer was ready to
begin to use his new manure, or rather,
he was first curious even showmen have
curiosity- to see what these nitrates and
sulphates looked like. So he ordered
the casks that had arrived to be opened
for inspection. That was soon done, and
the man, with consternation written up
on his face, eame back with handsfull
of the contents, and reported ;
"Hr. Barnum, you're sold humbug
ged. Look here ; that was marked
'Nitrate of potash' what do you call
that?"
"That ! That is saltpeter nothing
else."
"And this ! This was marked 'Sul
phate of soda."
"Why, that! that" and he tasted,
"that oh, pshaw ! that is Glauber
salts."
"And this sulphate of magnesia ?"
"Balv that is Epsom salts."
"And -hall I send them back V
" Yes no hold on. Perhaps the
druggist in the village has sent for them
and they hare made a mistake, and sent j
my nitrates and sulphates lo him, and
the physic to me."
So he posted down town to inquire ;
. but no nobody had sent fcr any glau
ber salts ; and so he came back to write
a letter and blow up the dealer who had
so befooled him. In the meantime the!
man had got the cask marked "Muriate i
of Soda'.' opened, and reported that it
contained ha, ha, ha sin .ply common
6alt.
"What on earth." wrote Mr. B., to
the chemisl, "did you send Ce Glauber
salts,' ' Epsom salts, saltpeter, and com
mon salt, for ? Do you think I want to
pickle and preserve my land, and if I j
get in too much salt and saltpeter, phys
ic it out? Only one of the casks contain
what I ordered, and that is the nitrate of
soda." -
The return mail brought the answer :
"Nitrate of soda, of course, is right,
because it is not known by any other
name.
"Glauber salts is, properly speaking,
rulphate of soda, and sulphate of mag
i:. rid is nothing more or less than epsom
bill iS.
"Salt, as we use the term, is salt, but
it is a very unmeaning term among so
many salts.' Muriate of soda is the
right name of our common or table salt.
"And Nitrate of potash is nothing but
saltpeter ; don't be afraid ol it it won't
txplode."
"But it did explode," said Mr. Bar
ium;" "it exploded my ignorance. I
had studied agricultural chemistry, but
1 did not know salt nor saltpeter. I do
now, and I mean to know that they are
good for land. -
And we mean lh:it a few thousand
o'her p.ople shall know the same thing.
We do know that all these things are
jjooJ and very cheap manures.
A lady promised her servant girl
five dollars kir a marriage portion. The
girl roamed a man cf short Ulure,
which somewhat turp-ived her uiitiess.
"W.iy, Mary," said she, ' what a it
lie r u-diid Tiu have got,"
"La, nils.-us," was the repiy, "What
kin von rxpcttt f ir f re Joll.irs."
Inltls.
VTATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman,
1.1 l'reurletor, east tide I'ublic Square. Warren, O.
IAGE HOUSE, by George T. Hull,
XU Market street. Warren, O. Fifii door east of the
Hnk. .nr
rfl!'P T nAVK Kpi.er.-i in l'livs-
ini iD SrituEos Oilice iu SUcaols' Hat Store,
Main street. ttarrea, Ohio.
K.-lcctic Physicians ill f nd full stock of Eclectic
We iiciors for sale by Pact. Davit at the alove iiace.
nov S2-y
7"M. M. EAMES, M. U., Physician,
v 1 Surireon and Dentist, Windham. Portaje Co.. O.
oct j-S UOl
"TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
I Snri-eon. office on South side of Market street, (up
srsirs.) f.mr doors East uf the Bank. Warren. Q.apr M j
D
R. S. LESLIE. Eclectic Physician
and Surreon, BI.ioniticH, Trural'iill Co O. !
W. TOWNSEND, M. D.. Homeo- (
E
icrJiic riiy ir inn. flirt in SutlitTs Brick lil-n-k,
near the American Hotel. w'arrn. . pr ly i
YoilN BT fc J ULIAN HAKMON,
ff Vhv-ticians am.1 Surgeons, office North side f the ;
Public !NUare, War.en. O. ect i" y
J. FACIEI!.. W. T. w. FAUKEf.L, . B.
T & T. W. FARRELL. Physicians and
ff Surgeons. Office and residence on Liberty St.,
aoath of the Episcopal Chan h. Warren. 0. roar Illy
XYT PAINE, M. D., Physician and
f T Surgeon. Particular attention riven to thf
treatment ol Cancer, Scrofula and- Long Diseases, itf
lice and rei(Jence ou lii-rh street. mar S
SlJiorntjs.
T L & A.O. FULLER, Attorneys at
X Law, Olhce over Smiths & McComl'S Store. Cor
ner Block, Warreu. O. Jan. Jst ly
1 LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law!
J. 8jecial attention ptven to collection, and th
jiroecution of Petition and Rouiitj Land eUunu. Of
fice at Court House, Warren O. jan JO 'ii-ly-JX
T5HILO E. REED, Attorney jit Law,
M- Warren, Ohio. Ofhce over Xew York Store.
may 10,'M-tf
JF. ASPER, Attorney nt Law. and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trnmhnll Co., O.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
sellorat Ijiw. over Smith JleComb's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, O. uor ly
JOHN M. STULL. Attorney at Law,
" and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claitna.
OlBce over smiths & IcConihs' Store, Warren, O. mar2
. W. RATUrv.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attornevs
at Law. Uittce on Liberty St Warren. O.. nttno-
aite the Court House. oct J?tf
M. P. r.rfirrT.
J. DOU40X cox.
LEGGETT & COX. Attorneys and
Connfellnrs at Lht. Office over Moser's Store,
Market street. Warren, O. je Iti-tf
a. r. CTTI.
HDTCIIINS & CURTISS, Attorneys
at Law. 0!Trce on North Main street, near the
residence of John Ilntchins, Warren, O. aug I t
MIT.TO?( STTf.irF. 3KO. M . TfTTf T
OUTLIFF & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
Lav. and Solicitors fn Chancery, Warren, Trura
county. O.. still continue their business at their old
office, on High street, two Uoora west of the American
House. mar 4 j
BP. JAMESON & Co., Dealers in
Stores. Copper and Sheet Iro?i Ware, Tin,
Cheese Vats, &e.. So. 10 Main St Warren, 0. mar 29
E SPEAR fc SON. Manufacturers of
S-ish. Doors and Window Itlituis. Factory on
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warree, O. jan 2iiy
FELLOWS & MORLEY, Manufactu
rers of Plows. Cultivators, Arc. Shop east of Tay
ler'a Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, O. scp 30tf
TOHX J. GUNNING. Carriage" and
f.3 Wasron Shop, on Pine street, midway between S-uth !
and Market s.. Warren, O. mar 3
A L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G. i
Bloo.) Wholesale and ReUil Dealer in ll-.r.l- j
ware. Cutlery. &c. Warren, Ohio. nor ' j
.1
-v rers of Stoves. Hollow Ware, and Castings gene- J
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware- j
l ouse. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren, ;
Ohio. sep 30 if
HOLLINGSWORTH fc FITCH,
Dentersin Stoves, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Ilrittania Ware. Copper Kettles. Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors I
below wnpire Hall, Market street, w arret,, O. mar 2
Sntrrtants.
r A. A. BALDWIN, WJjolesale
I -and Retail Bookseller. 53 Main StrM,afe
iuors south f the Pof:ice, Warren. O. nov 1
JULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacture!
and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street. Empire
Block, Warren, O. Watches carefully repaired and
warranted. ' - June 7
T3ATCH & ALLIS0X, DeairsTn Sad.
sk dlery Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, and Manu
facturers of Saddles, Bridles. Harness, Trunks, Valises,
fcc-, lain street. Warren, O.
TDDINGS fc MORGAN, Dealers in!
.L Stai)e and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeti-i, Sole Leather, stc, at the Siyn of
the Kmptre Store, Warren, 0.
C& M. M0SER, Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Good?. Hardware, Groceries,
Qeensvare, Boots. Shoes, lints. Caps, Iteady Made
C iothing, fcc., Market Street, Warreu, 0. aa- 3
pARKS & WEST Z, DealelTin For"-
A- eipn and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting:, l'ajier liungiuis. Win
dow SIiales, Keady Made Cl.ithinp, .cM alitaya cheap
for ready pay at the New -York Store.
YITALTER KING & SOX, Dealers in
I Watches. Clocks. Jewelry, Silver I'lated and
Britunia Ware, Lamps, fancy Goods, c. No. !, Jlain
rtreet. Warren. 0. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully retired and warranted. mar S
PACKARD & BARNUM, (Succes-
J- aors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Foreigit aud American HanlTrare, Iron.
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings. the Tall Brick,
Warren, 0.
MB. TAYLERTForwarding an"d
Commission Merchant, and dealer in Floor,
6alt, Fiji, flatter, to. Warren, Ohio.
0E. LEFFIXGWELL, Forwarding
aud Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Bait, yh, Plaster, ace, ite Warren, 0. mar 'M if
STEVENS fc Co., Commission Mer
.'4 ants. Deilers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratus. F'sii,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Nos. 14 ani 10 Second
fitre.t, between Mhiu and Sycamore, Cincinnati. O.
R .feck vks : D.ckson, Biggs fc Co.; Wilshire, Bris
lol, &.c; John Swasey Co.; Swasey 4c Wise ; Harri
9o & Hooper ; Kenuet & Dudley, and Merchants gen-
Hy- prl y
TOSEPH IIAZELDINE, Dealer in
J Bishop Sc. Child's Meloaeous. Mr. Hazehline
keeps constantly on hand the best Melodeons, which he S
will furnish at manufacturer 's prices, at Farmington,
Trumbull county, O. Instructions given gratis to pur !
Chasers. Repairing ana tuning done witli neatness and j
diapat -h. mxr 3 j
j . w. phk)k. Ri rrsTnosi?. '
BROOKS Jr THOMAS, Fashionable!
Tailors, rooms jver Nichols Hat Stre, Main St.,
Warren, Ohio. Particular attention paid to cutting, j
and warranted to fit if properly made uj. feb il y i
pATTLE POWDER !-BreiuinS, Fron-
V field Co.'s Celu'.rated Vegetable Cattle 1'owJei
Cont antiy ou liand and for sale in lare or small quan
by the subacrilers, who are sole- Agents for tins
n
- N. II. None nre renuine nrless procured of
March I. l-j-J lf C. fc M. MllSKK. Ag'ts. j
DOORS. DOORS, DOORsTTo IW
tmcturs. Carjtemers and Builders. We can furnish j
you with Panel Doors of ail styles, a reatle:il cheajter j
tlian you can make them by hand, (and as eHl if not j
better.) Cull anil examine our work and prices; you j
will be suited with Iki:u A liler.il dtvmiit to w'nde
lie trader. E SPEAR &. SJN.
J.inuiry 5. !
A LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY j
jii.miv i am, Ayer s t htrrj- IVetoml, aiid Oi- 1
cod's India Cuoiagogue, for salel-v
i.ty :;i.
PORTER Ac Co.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGA'l EL
WASH BALLS. Brown Wind -or and Transpnren
Soap in cakes ard bars, and Colg:Ue's Chemical 01ie
8oap. For sale at
. May 3. PORTER & Co.'s
rjOOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
Now selling for 25 cent per yard, at the
jan 3 VVARP-KN DRY liOODS STORE.
" n'.VTh LE VES."-T1!U bc-auaful
X.J Historical anj Ilijioas y-uiie it seliin; :it
ADAMS. v.Mi1?'t. Al-i, -I ia M::y." "I U Nur
n.au," -The S anl ail 1 be ur work of the
. . .I
SPANISH MOSS bytliehal- or lb.
-Slc':"" SilviT T'rr". lt. Full I'latr rmcrcl
C'ort.i at ' ;
jn'J J PATCH kAI.I.I.Jri.'S :
HARNESS VARNISH, Wl.ip Lasbt.s, ;
L'tg ud Tnce Chains. Rrecl ing Loops. !rri j
and r-iivr i;-n:s aud tin mix. Carriage K.i'j'ts I
Jjip-ti;t'"d. Silver !trK. ;;.J Ufi t. -it 1
$Hi.e t I' 1111 : At Kii-il 8.
yC HAVE FOR SALE -n cmiis-l
1 f liu.l. MMf of KaiO' T 6V Co. s to o h'.r.e .r...
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1 MERICAN ARTISTS' UNION.
The American ArtitsTninn would respectfully
aunauuee to the citizcKS vf the I'uited States and the
t'anaiUs. tint for the fnose of cultivatinp a tate fir
tine art UiruurSut the country, and with a tiewof
eiiu'din; every fau1 (y to lurcomc )otMCS5el of a gallery
Liiravm-s,
r.Y THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AOE.
Tt.ey have determined, in order to create an extensive
sale for their Engraving, and thus not only to p-vc
eni!yn:ent to a Urjre numherof artists and others,
ut inspire ajtonp i:r countrymen a taste for works ol
art. t prestr.t to tf.e purchasers of their engravings,
hen j).t4t of which are sold,
i!lMH)0 GIFTS, OK THE ACTUAL COST OF $150C
Each j.nrchr.ser of a One Dollar Encravini", therefore
leceives not only an engraving richly worth the money
also a ticket w hich eiititlc hint to one uf the li.fu
they are ditrii.utctl.
For Fivr I'Oi.lvks. a highly finished Engraving,
TAINIKU in OIL, and HVKGUT TICK-
i:i, will i-e sent; or Five I K liars worth of splendid
Kngravings cn I e selected from the Catalogue, and
siut ly return mail or express.
A copy of the Cat -ilogue. lo-ether with a specimen of
cue ol the Engrav ingi, cau be seen at the olhce of this
papr.
For each Dollar sent, an Encraving artually worth
th:it ssutn, and Oift Ticket, ill immediately le for
Warded.
AGENTS:
The Con;mitt"c Relieving th.U the success of thii
Grvai N ti ma.! rndertakinc will he materially promo
I y the rnery and enterprise of intelligent and
persevering Agiit-i. hnve resolved to treat fcitli such
the nnt iiK-ml terms.
Ai: person - .siting t--. Lecome an Agent, hy senlinn
(Mit p.ii l.) $!, will receive lv return of mail, a One
Dollar En-'rjvitig. a "liiri Ticket," a lrosectaa, a
Catalogue and all other necessary information.
On the final coiui'letion of the s.ile. the Uiftswill he
placed in the hands of a Co?t JtiTTEtt. of the Hi RrmskRS
he diftrii.uted, due mttiec of which will le given
ttioughout the I'uited States and the Cauadas.
LIST OF GIFTS.
100 Marble Puu of Washington, at - $100
0U 41 " Clay, 100
Waster, 100
1MI " Culhoun, Ht
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5.11
40,00(1
50 elfff-it't Oil Paii.tiugs. in sjilentlidf
pill t raiues, size 3x4 iu each, )
elegant tii Paintings, 2x3 it. each.
steel plate Engravings, brilliantly)
colored in oil, rich gilt frame
JC0
50
10
i-lxltt) inches each,
10,04 elegant steel plate Engravings,
colored iu oil. of the Washingtou 4
Monument, t!xJ inches each. '
ijT.O'Mt steel pUte Engravings, froml
Kttl li:lcrent plates, tow iu poises- j
sion of and owned ly Uie Artists
1'nion. of the market value of from 1
50 cents to $1 each, J
I first -class Dwellin?. in 31st stN. Y. City,
Butliir.z Lots in UMtand 10 1st sts.. ,
N. Y. City, each 35xUMt ft. deep, i '
Villa Sites, containing each HMO"!
s.. ft in t!u su'-urhs of X. Y.City, j
anil coiiimaii line a rrauincent 500
view of the Iluilson Kiver ami j
lohg Island Sound, at J
50 KrK-tual loans of cash, without
interest or security, of $r,'30 each,)
50 DK "
44 . 50
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22,00(1
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5.000
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Kefcrence in recard to the R?al Estate, F.J. Visa HEn
Co Real Estate Brokers. Sew York. Onlers, (posl
paid,) with money enclosed, to he ad-iressed,
J. W. HOLBUviOKE. Sec y,
54 Broadway. N. Y.
TTTThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now read
delivery. nov 15, '54 -tint J
VOU ng'ladies- 'iRYOF
i HI IiSOX THE FALL SESSION of this In
stitution will open on Holiday, the llih day of Septein
next.
TCITIOX CHARfJES :
Elementary V. ranches. including C S. History,
Watts on the Miud, etc., ier quarter of 11
weeks, $4 (W
Acadt-mic course, ----- - 5 00
Music Piano or Melcdeon, 4 lessons - - 8 00
of Instrument, 2 00
Itrawing or Painting in Water Colors, per cp 3 00
Painting, ier qr - - - - - 6 00
trench, ' 3 00
In order to meet the expressed wants of the commu
nity for larger accommodations and to adapt the course
instruction more perfectly to the age and attainments
the pupils, a -
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
been constituted, for which a convenient room has
been secured al.iacent to those now occupied, and is
successful operation. The tuition charge in this de
partment will Ik? Three Dollars.
Parents or guardians and other friends of education
resectfully invited to visit the Institution at any
hour during the daily sessions which may Kuit their
convenience.
TT73 Pupils are specially requested as they would
make satisfactory progress in their studies, to be pres
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April 4, lt-54.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
with the prvent Princi)al and assistant in the Young
Ladies Seminary of Hudson, and their successful labors
commencing and conducting it thus far, we Like
pleasure in confidently recommending the Institution
the patronage of the community as oue in which may
secured the benefit of a thorough, elevated and re
fined education for young la lies in a wjwrior dezree,
cotigramlate the people of Hudson and the vicinity
Uon the establishment of such a Seminary under so
happy auspices We are happy to know that It is iu
tended to provide in this Institution the means and fa
cilities of an education of the highest order.
REV. O. E. PI KKCE, Pres. W. J. W. SMITH,
PKOF. H.N. DAY, IU, Col. WM. II. SESSIONS.
DILG. P.ASHMI N,
liEV.N. BARRETT,
KEY.J.C HART,
HON.Y.R.IUMPIIREY,
REV.T. B. FA IRC HILD,
KEY. HARVEY C0E.
PP.OF.X.P.SKVMOCR,
A. BREWSTER. .
Uudson, April 20, IS54-y
LOOK OUT FOR TIIEftrf
OHIO CL0TI1INO STORE, lT.'TT v"
Mat StrriJ, harrem, Okim.
The subscribers would inform the customers and the
public in general, that we have now on hands, and are
constantly manufacturing full and complete stock of
Fall and W inter Clothing for Men ami Boy's wear,
which, owing to the recent decline in prices will and
bound to be sold a little Ckraper than the Cheap
est. We will not be I XDEHSOLD l y any.
We have on hand a large stock of Over-Coats,
Dress ami Business Coats of all kinds ; Pants aud
Vests of every quality, stj'le aud color now in use ;
Rubber Over Coats, I'nder-shirts, Drawers. Fine White
Shirts, Collars, Cravats, and in fact everything kept in
Establishment of the kind.
We also have on hand a large stock of Cloths, Casi
pieres, Vrstings. stc, to Sell or make up to order on
shortest notice.
TTf Warranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all, you are respectfully Invited
call ai:d examine our tioods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will save monev by so doing
J. F1TK it SON.
Warren, Nov. 1, 1S4.
HE PREMIUM at the late Fair for
L the largest, cheapest and best select M stck of
fiKOCKKlKS AND YANKEE NOTIONS
the Com.ty, was awarded to Dt klap Ac Sttakt, who
have just received the most complete assortment ever
odered to the people of Old Trumbull. Purchased since
great decline tn prices, which en aides them to nfier
follow iiij: programme of E:tahle. Drinkables, Wear
Fancyi.le.H, al rtes which will astonish poli
KnnrA'nt hiitv. A-r. all itf vhnm virh thf r.t
human critters. are invited to attend the show,
for-notliing. chibireu half price, and iusjec;
stock, consisting in part of
Boxes Raisins. Bags Rio Coffee. j
" Kosin Soaps. IU Packets Java do.
assorted kinds. IWI Chests Tea, all pric-fS.
doz. Lyon's Katharion.5U Bars Pepjier.
Bxs Long Nose Pipes. ltJ Mats Cassia.
B:igs Alspire. All dox. Scotch Ale.
doz. Jnrs Pickles. M " London Porter.
Bxs Soda Biscuit. 50 M Cigars, all grades.
bbU. Butter Crackers. 2b bids. C C Suear.
Water do.
" Sug:ir do.
hh.is. N.o. Sugar.
bhls. M.tlasses.
2fl Powdered do.
10 Crushed do.
gro. Matches.
.V Bitts 5s At Hs Tobacco. :
50 Fancy Branls,lo. 1
S II Syrup.
doz. criuan Meerschaums. Chocolate : Cocoa ; I
tirountl IVper and Cinnamon; 10 loxes more of that '
Fountain Starch, the nicest thing out ; Corn Starch, j
Tapiocca, Farina, tc. for Puddings ; 50 Boxes Stearin
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow randies ; SO gross Pint and j
Pint Flasks ; 2 gross Wicker Flasks: Almonds;
Brazil Xuts, Filbert ; Peccans ; English Wal'.iuts ; j
Nuts ; Citron : Zanto Currants ; Prunes , Seediest j
Raisins; Cut-aud-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco; -Brandies
; Wines ; Bum ; iu and Whisky, by the bar-
A complete assortment of Yankee Notions. Sta :
tionerr. Blank Btoks, Memorandums, ckc, all of w hich
ottered to the Jobbing Trade at a small advance frrnu ,
York prices. We have not the time or space tu
enumentte our toci in lull. Lut test our plea on the
that YOC will call, stK, arT. and finally, lu
second plnre, seventeen thly, we beg leave to sub
icribe ourselves "Trulv Yonrn,"
IH'XLAP & STEWART,
4 $ 5 Market Street.
Warren, Nov. I, 1?54.
VEW LYME WATErTtJRE.
The above establishment still continues in suc
cessful operation, and is about to commence ujron it's j
fourth season. The largely increased numlter of pa
rents treated at the establishaieiit the past year, and i
large number of cures effected induce the subscri-I
to believe that no place a fiords superior advantages I
treatment. The above ectablishment is loc.ited in i
Lyme. Ashtabula County, Ohio. Terms from six t
eight dollars per week, according to rooms taken j
attention given, payable weekly invariably. For J
exainitutiot),iid advice for those tlmt do not stay ut j
cm e 1 ; for examination and wn ten prescription
home treatment P. KEE M. D. Propiet r.
New Lyme, Jan J th, 55-3iu
4i(.7" T11E KX0W NOTHING AL-
" MAX AC, aud American Manual.
To give an idea of the character of the work We hub
join a initial list of its contents.
A hitory of the American Party and its principles
tiie days of vVatuiugtoii up to the present time.
America for Americans Kilt Acres of Land for every
American Man, Woman and Child.
Iwinun Mysteries exposed.
Principles of the Jesuits.
'tptnion of Kijiinent men.
W:;sh-ugton a "Know Nothing
Jeii-.-rsfii a "Knot Nothing."
We'.&ter a "Know Nothing.
Secret itistntetioiis of the Jesuits.
Inlluenee of K"tuih IViest at Elections.
1'oiiut Riiuiond's Degradation (-vitb woodcut.)
Pol.ce .Liti.ics.
Iiit. rcs ing ltt-iiis.
Mav.tci- uf Americans by the Irish Catholics, in
ltnUlel;diia.
ibath of Shi filer.
h- Ainencaai Flg desecrated and destroy e.l by a
Iris:iuieu.
Convents exposed Miss Bunklcy and the Emmet ts- :
Nunnery. Her escape, Slc. j
The Jesuits ai d the Widows. I
The R'juiih Curse the Bishop's o:tth,and the Jesuit's i
The Leopold Found.ition (By Professor Morse.)
A'Ui-iiri'i 1 a ks destroyed by Catholic Teachers.
Morality of It miauisui.
ld..)i:K Priwril eI
J.mi.anUoi inimical to KepuiJicanism.
i.t!if nee attd poer of Foreigners.
W-iit li lit uravini Just received nt
Mar. 14. '55. ADAM'S BOOKSTORE
DENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Buiiuortais
i'iM r-'H-i-ti'itiiy aittimn.ee to the citizens of
-i.. n-td to the pii'dic. I tint he will slid be found ut
If-'iTi' over Frero Hail, where he will perfo.m .my
that may lc required of tlie Dental profession
au eb-r.ti.t and diiraide manner. He returns his
ltrt:ik -s itr pa--t f tors, and asks for a continuation of
ami-. Al' opet-itioiti erfjrmed by Dr. D. will l-e
aiite I to t what liiry should e, in rerv sense of
ord. j. iJi i.Kort.iis.
M.n h II. I-""' 4 If.
V FINE At
V ,lil0iS for Medicinal ptirftoss. and said t be
i.-st iut t-u.it tuay 31) POKltRfc Co.'s. j
tts t ' ris "iI'ivivl1
Ul ,:y.,.7lJ., 'r
M.tJ- n.
piiri:Rst Co.
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Jo 11 P. WM K. TV'D M I AKD1.CSV.
M'CANDLKSS, Successors
T f lj L. At J. D. Wick, Wholesale lirocers. Forward
i' c and Commission Merchit-.ts, d-:ib rs in Irou, Nails,
liia-j, tuiioa Yarns and Pittst-urgh Manufactures gen
erally. Corner oi Wood and -Vater streets, Pittsburgh,
Ps. oct 'l
I B.
99 rcr
CAN FIELD, Comriission anil
rrwarding Mercliant. and Wholesale Dealer in
Western Unserve Cheesi-, Putter. Lard, Pork, 11 icon,
Pol Pearl Ashes. Saleruiu, Linseed and lard t.
Dried Fruit, and Proluce general iy, us. 141 ai.d 14.1
Front Street, Pittsbur-:h, Pa. feb -J3 U
DUFF'S MERCANTILE C0LLE(JE,
P;t!shurrh, Pa. Estddished iu 140 lucorpora-t-d
l the Leiilature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
Charter. roako or tkisikhs:
lloii. Jaies r.uclnuau, Hon. alter II. Lowrie,
k Win. U'ilkius, I " t. UrW Xaylirt
. Moses Hampton, j Oen.J.K. Moorhead.
P. Dt'FF, author of theNorth American Accountant,"1
Trofessor -f Rook-Keeping, and Commercial Sciences.
Joh D. Williaws, the best off-liand Penm in in the
In it el i-tes. Professor of Commercial and Ornanieu
til 1'eTint.inhip
N. II. lU-n ii. E.'., f the Pittsburgh Rar, Professor
of .Mercantile Lv.v and Political Economy.
P. II - VPi-f, iriiH-:pal of the M-ithiii-u'cal D.parl-met-t,
Pr'f.--. r if tathmai c. ie.
Mr. J. D. Wiliiami has periminently joined the Fac
ulty, and it u.il te -f n that, t.i.ring his late proi'-.-ts-eng-it
-luei.ti in the Kat. h; has there r-j;--ied
a.-, the best I'enman iu lhe eoui.try. Tliis 1 in tiintion
th. n b-re, j-r"seii!s attractions to students oilered iy
li o oth.-r of the kind in t'le Cuitcd St -ties. The course
oi tiatning comprises upwards ot 4UI real transactions,
in six dilit rent methods uf P..:iHh- rutry Rook-Keen-in
j. S'KI practical business calculations, covering the
wh.de field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanship, with every modern improvement in
the Art. lUisinesc letters and business fo as of every
description. Jf-iily lectures on Commercial Law, Com
mercial Science-, the Thory of Profits, Vc. IufT
li-Mik-Keepiii', Harrer's K-iition, "the most comprj-hi-n-ive
in the Lingua -re" $1 3tl.
Duff's "Western Steamer's Accountant, a perfect
sytem for such accounts $1 (.('.
Yj Send for a Circular by mail. (nov 22-y
URITYriIEALTII, HA Tl'INESS.
JL WatvT is rendered poisonous by passing through
any material subject to decay and dissolution, sucn as
pipes of mood, iron and lead. Prof. J. P. Kirtland aud
other disiing'tUhcd chemists, go so far as to condemn
the practice of supply ins animals with water through
tiie-- su'-statices. ami earnestly recommend the STON
PI MP and WATKR PIPE.
The undersigned is extensively engaged at Newton
Falls, O., in manufacturing said articles, including; also
Si jiieware, having a factory driven by steam power,
at.-l is pre fiared to til! onlers at wholesale or retail on
lil-eml terms. The Water Pipe is admirably adapted to
carrying fluids of all sorts, draining cellars, irrigating
lands, Jtc. It is also for sale by the Hoy U, at Warreu,
Ohio.
Also for tale, a valuable WATER POWER, with some
S acres of land, Vatory ltuildintrs. Dwelling, etc., etc.
about two miles tie low Lowell, Mahoninc ''., O.
Mav 17. t.'w J. O. CALENDER.
pITV INSURANCE COMPANY OF
J CLEYKLAND- Cliartere.1 January 21, IKil.
0li.ee, No. jS, Anifier House, Rank Street
CAPITAL $4j,0W!
DlHKl f oss :
John M. Hughes,
Josiah Stephenson
II. L.Cnwell,
C. W. Seymour. Josiah Focg,
A. W. Fairitaiiks, KoWrt Reilly,
c. if. Miaw, . it. roh,
K. Chaml-erlin, J. Finiayson,
- Franklin Chase,
Denjamiu Mcvens.
JonK llraiiES, President. S. B. Snw, Secretary.
C. W. Stvsioi a, Yice Pres'u Frakslis Cuse, Treas
urer. This Comiiany insures agaiust loss or damage by Fire,
and the -erils of navigation.
Policies issued by J F. ASTER, Agent.
Warn a. June 7, !Ki4-y
8150,000.-!
DASIIALL &; Co. s
PRISE. CoNSl T!OS CtETAl.1 ! SKVtKTV TllOtSAS.D
Iii atrrs aLREiov sold!
Uuly SO.OUO to be disposed oH distribution of gifts to
ooine oJ without fail, March 10, ii., or sooner, if the
tickets are all sold. DASllAL Ac CO. beg to assure
their friends that undr no circumstances will the dis
tribution Hsipoued beyond the above mentioued date,
biid they hoe, by energy and the co-operation of their
litrous, to tiring the enterprise to a couclusicu at au
earlier eriod, iu which case due noticu will be givci.
OFFICE, 4Sti BROADWAY, NEW YORK
130.000 Presents to be giren to the purchasers of the
large and elegant engraving of the "Inauguration of
Oeorge Washington, President of the United States,"
from the celebrated painting of David Paul Laurens.
Price of engraving (1) One DoUar, which includes a
gift-ticket, entitling the ii older lo a chauce inthe fol
lowing list of niagmuceut gifts.
The value of the presents, as appraised by a Commit
ee choseu for the purpose, is $Uu,0, as folloa s :
A splendid farm ou the Hudson River com
pletely stocked, houses, 6tc $.lu,000
St- ne Front Dwelling and Lot on Iifih Avenue,
A. l J...
13,000
A magnificent gold Tea Service, property of the
late O. Van Dt-utou
Silver Wine Service ........
The R ice Horse "Wuite Raven"
l.trtiu
r.ooo
Coacu. Harness, and Horses, a magnificent es-
Uidishmeiit 3JM
3M Shares Central Kail-road Stock 3.WJU
J00 Fine Watches, 5 Mm each 2U.W4J
111.0410 ttol l Seab aud Cham 10.1 XI
Iu.mmj t.old Pus and Silver Holders 5.mu
UU Boxes best Cigars 500
100 Oold Guard Chains ld)
A Splendid Ru-irv P.Ml
Pheatou ltW"U
A Horse, Harness, and Buggy, splendid aflair.. a40
An elegaut doir, St. Ik-rnard DJ
Splendid Fast-sailing Yatch, "Spirit of the
Wave" 4.000
The frst and trim pleasure Yatch. Evening
Bird" 1.00
A loan for 25 years f ,00
" S.titiO
1,000
(All without interest.)
1 Rosewood Piano f-0
3 Mohogany Pianos 10
A Farm in Ohio 4.0W
A Farm in Kentucky 3,tHI
A Farm in Pennsylvania ti.Oisi
A Farm in Massachusetts.... Di.uiO
iij.M Vol. Poems 11,HUU
Sutue uf "Cigar tiirl."by Reeves l.iaAJ
Abo over 10U.IMMI Paintings, Matues. Meilals, Charts,
Alltums, Yjiluable Books, aud Portfolios of Engravings,
nuking in all loo.buu gifts, which will be dis.rii.utcd ny
a commit tee appointed by the Shareholders, and for
warded free of charge by the Public's wbedieut ser
vants, DASIIALL it. CO,
4tti Broadway, New York.
Onlers for Engravings and Tickets in this creat en
terprise are daiiy arr.vmg from all parts of the United
States and Canada, wh.ch warrant us in promising a
very early day for the distribution. Applications
should be made immediately, as only a certain number
of Tickets can be Sold. Letters, with the money en
closed, to le pre-paid, and the Engraving and Ticket
will be forwarded free. DASIIALL A CO.
Feb'y 14 i5-'l4 4-6 Broadway, New York.
"V-0 HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
Hat a plain, true declaration of facts, which any
boily can ascertain by culling at the Old Head tuartrs
for KEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
By J. Goldstein, (successor to Morgan-tern 6c Broth
er,) Oak Fron t .Big No. 15, Main street. Warren, O.
1 have just received, and am now oitenin;. mv Fall
iiu-..uM '".--
la-iimeres; Y est i tigs, elc tog.-ther with every variety
of Furnishing Gowis. I would simply remark that
Ironi the extremely low figures of woolen goods East, 1
have len induced to purchase
norm E vv ri- & t vorvr cv renins I
And those that "are acquainted with my mode of doing
business, are well aware that 1 will
JCTNEVER RE UNDERSOLD '.JT
I do not have my Clothing made up by any establish
ment iu the east, nor did I come from there myself,
Rut I imj-ort my own floods, and by purchasing from
first hands, am enabled to furnish all atricles in my
line at New-York prices! I am not in Lhe habit ol
tunning down any body, nor do I notice any such per
soual attacks when made ou me I take my revenge in
UNDERSELLING THEM!
Which, from my superior facilities in buying, I ara
abundantly able to do.
As 4tuoliiig prices seems to be fashionable, I will in
troduce the following programme, to be run during the
seasou, or until the small dealers about town come
clown to my figures rit: Full suit cf Clothes. Coat,
Pants aud Vest, for 9 J and upwards. A good Over Coat
lor S,olK
BOYS' CLOTHING
By the cord, consisting of Coats fvr Sl-W. and Pan's
for 7j cents ! Huts aud Caps of every style and variety,
cheaKr than the cheapest. Collars. Cravat-. Ties.
Scarfs, Uudcri-hiru and Drawers. Shirts, both white and
colored, lu short, a complete assortment of everything
in my line, aud all I ak Is au inection of my goods
and prices i-efore buying elsewher
am now the
nKli.st t Ji.tln t?ti.1hiiif nt in Trunihull I o., ami
hare increased my l.usincsj every year. I liave stood
nil the shocks that have hcen l.roiiiht to, hear a-uinst
nie.and have lived to see many ol niy couijK-.itors
"shut up and leave town, and feel proud to reineiuher
Hint 'j- amiinj at one object, I have succe-ded iu
l.rinsiiig down and keeping down the price of my poo ls
lo the lowest fiptre at which a good article caa he
telTorded.
CLOTIIINT, MADE TO OfiPEIl !
jTi.iiim iiiurt.-u iip-io) ori.men, and warranter- in
Tit ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
Io, 13. Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
i:iotuing. i am i ount ti sett lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL !
Come and see ! Kemeinber the place Big No. 15. .
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the PustOllice,
west side of Main street, vtarren, O.
Oct. IS. '04. J. GOLDSTEIN.
1 COWL lis, (late Copies Albert;
-it Wed dell House. Cleveland, res;ectfullj !
invite th attention of the citizens of Warren and the I
surrounding coui.tv. to his Assortment of fine Watches. 1
silverware. Jeweiiv. House Keeniin' ami Fanrv Oootls.
Their prices will e uniform and as low as any honest
tradesman can a (ford. Every article sold with be truth
iully described and warranted as represented. Repair
ing iu all its branches carefully and promptly done.
May IT, 1.-54-ly
1 K.WISELL Manufactu-
rer of Carriages, Buggies anil
U'agons. West sideol the 31aholtiiig riv
- So- 3
er, Warreu, Ohio, keeps on hand a large n.sortuient in
his line, oi lhe latest and mo.-t imjiroved eastern styles,
among which may befouud a large b't of splendid KfCk
awuys. of various p ittern-. with one, tvro or three s.-ats;
a good supply of sliding-M-ai Carriages, several of which
Ale on a lie u:id improved plan, Inving extusio!: tops,
being ditlerent and lar stiK-r.r to auvthiiig ever duuiu
lectured in this section ot country. Also a go d assort
ment of one h. u se Carnages, Hugies. aud tao-horse
V xu'i-ns, all uf hich will e sold as lo as at any otti-r
shop ou the Western Ites-.-rve. Hy ke.-piug none l ut
the best of norkmen.and profess m
dug to perfectly- under-
w..rki:ig none hut the
iretl. he feels conS Icltt
'taiitl ttie nusiuess hmiclf. and
best inaU-rial that can be procuret
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards sty le,
tpialiiy -;r pr:ce, to every iersou who may favor him
uit.'i a call.
Most kinds of country pro luce, good Lumber, and
second hand I -ugif.es takeu iu exchange for li niched
work.
N. R. PAINTING and TKIMMIV. done in good
ille, at fair prices, an 1 with punctuality and dispatch.
A re.isouaide credit ill be giveu to all responsiide per
sons alio may de.re iu All work done at u.s maJiuiac
try is warrttit.).
Kciiieitrt-r the pl.ice West side of the MhIioimu;- riv
er, dtr-rtlv wet of the new hr-dge. Warren. Ohio.
April 1"53. ELI K. WIS ELL.
rym: EMIMItK STOKE! Mdin-s Ar
Mitr.MH are oH-n:tit; thfir large .Stock cf pritiz
'''d-t. uhirli cxiipriM-s an assortt ieiit of eve.y stvle
f Suple a;i I Fai.ry Dry O.ods, StniT Ibo-d. p tr
5u!s. Carpeting, lai-r lLtuins, Crockery, Oroce
ri'.'s, A;c., &l.-.
Tlu'.v v oiilil n!l att-nti'Ti jrirtteularly to llieir efn
five variety of L olo-s Ifr s.i i'o 1, liour.ets and l.oei
ItibSouj, Ei:itrouli rii-s. Mini.-. Ma-ittlla.4, Ate, in all
the 1 itest an I ino.-t fji::o:::t' rtyb. Also, t t then
ssstirtuieni of very s:iier.nr Ta" le Linens, Linen Sheet
iugs, I'iilow Cai.' Li ieit!, Shirting Li.iel;. Arc.
Tt: y intend to keep their sttek full at ail tii ,es, ol
Ihe .est iiiiv-' -ind Triot f(?aton.i!:. tyl-s, au 1 to v-ll
iheir lioo ls regiihirt.v. t the bvet prices iu the mar
ket, not a!liia; tiieiu'i I . es ti tie unJi rtU ,n long a
-ihev r. u'j' in the trade.
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c.kntlkmkvs kcknishino goods of ait de
son,, rij-tions for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made to
W holesale customers who l.uy for Cash,
Vt Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
NGTmMlbLrErCla"irdrO! ic
1 I'.. P. ANGO:B Proiiriftr. -k3
lOSEl'H R. ALDERTSON, Dealer
J iu WTcrs, JtwctiT, F4Vt Ooods. A.c, Corner
of S:'frtr Street ad fnkie S',nure Cleveland, O.
J. H . ITMWIKOS.
UEO. SUUti LESS.
1 M.CUMMINGSi CO., Wholes, le
tJ . Uror.'r and Ctn;mi5ion 3!irchanU, IVal'Ta ir
Foreign U'inrt art'l Itiurs, Nail.'.. 4;iii5s. Salt. lruf
dr.. Noj.l.- 1,-5 Kiir S t.. 'J't &. i)H au the Duck.
.May IT. IK54y.
pUAlXARD tk RURRIDGE, Engra
eraud LtUtusniphers. lleralit Biock.Clcreland
Ol.io.
TATK.VT iKKICE AGENCY, No. 4, Herald Building
Clrvi l:.wl.O lio.
n-. m. ai'Kainae. jan 1 lyj jEnr BBaiaaBO.
Comer I'ublic Nqiinre, ( Icrrlaiid, Ohio.
ISCIIKl'OUATLD MAY NINTH, 1.-51.
'PIIE OLD COLLEGE has removed to
1 new and splendid Rooms, surpassing in benuly
nnd oinvenience those of any similar institutions in
the Stile.
rnculty
K. 0. FOL50M, A. 11., Principal, Professor ol
Sciei ew of Accounts.
W. u. !lluUGIlTOX and W. 1IOLLISTF.R, Assistant
Pnfessors iu the Hook Keeping iK-partment.
A. J. PHF.Ll'S and JOStPH RKATTIK, Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship.
It. F. HOUSTON, Lecturer on Cummercia History
nd Art of Computation.
JtHlN R. WAKING. Lecturer on Mercantile Cystoma
Banking, Flxchanire. A-c.
lion. JOHN CUOWKLL. THOS. II. HAY and P. B
PAI.MKlt, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Rcr. J. A. THOME, Lecturer on Commercial Kthics
TKRMS, IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, $40 0u
For se-tarate in Penmanship, Flourishing,
&.C., as iH.-r agreement.
The design of the Institution is to afford as good ad
vantatri-s as can le had in any similar one in the Union,
to young men about to assume the responsible ilutiei
of the '.ninting Room. and various mercantile pursuits
SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS Rook Keeping will be
explaiutd from a new stand poiift, 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 tausht as if it were a
species of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea
sons, and venerable precedents fur genuine philosophy,
making the a hole field of the science a complete "terra
iucognita. To produce good practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
be addressed.
DAILY LECTURES, Ac. One or more lectures will
be given daily, on the following subjects Accounts,
Penman ."hip. Mercantile Customs, Banking, Exchange,
Calculations, Correspondence. Commercial Law, Polit
ical Economy, Commercial Ethics. Railroading, oc
Resides the usual lectures on Law, kc, in Colleges ol
this kind, there will be others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine f business, to
instruct on points allied to the course of study, and one
expressly on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL.
This deartment will be under the superintcudance ol
two of the best penmen of the day. Rusiness writing
will be tauirht upon the new method of Folsom's Chir
hyt holography, eecutine to the beat of an instrument,
and producing the pojmlar commercial hand in much
less thart the usual time.
N. R. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata
logues. Arc, and address the Priucial.
IFF A larce library will be connected with ihe Col
lege, containing the various works on Rook Keeping,
Mercantile Law, Ace, to which the students will havs
access. uor 15, 'o4
H0LBR00K & LONG, Music Pub
lishers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
PIANO-FORTES,
Music and Musical Instruments of every description
No. PHI and 10-J Su-erior St., Cleveland. Ohio.
List of Piaxos for sale at the great Piano-rorte n We
room:
The celebrated S TO DART PIANO, un
equalled for its rich and pure tones, elas
ticity of touch and durability.
Light, Newtou & RradlnryV SILVER STRINGED
PI ANO, for which a golb mkdal was awarded at the
Chrystal Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
Institute, New l ork
Emerson's R0STOX TREMIUM PIANOS, the hes
manufactured in Boston. Mass.
lu addition to their splendid stock of Pianos kept
constantly on liand, II. & L. oiler to the public the lesl
AMERICAN MADE UIITA RS, and also imported ui
VI 179, .lill-ll .11)11 I CI1VU MitCI UOf M'lJVUlCI
with low priced (reriuan Guitars
Ruled Music Paier of 1, 14. 1 lines, etc., constantly
on hand and manufactured to order.
VIOLINS and V 1OLINCELL0S, in every variety .
Strings for Violin, Violincello. Tenor Viol, Double Pass,
Guitar and Banjo. Violin Rows and Cases. Row Hair,
Bridges, Pegs, Tail Pieces, ringer Boards, Mutes, Ros
in, etc., etc.
Reeds, Drums, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks,
Tuning Hammers, Tuning ripes.
TPPlb-alcrs d Heads of Seminaries supplied at th
loet wholesale prices, with every article in the Music
line. JlOLbKOOK V LONG.
May 17. lrtM-fim.
7-ING
-IV PURL
ING fe COMPANY,
LISKIRS, BOOKSELLERS. STATIONERS
5'J Smperimr Street , Cleveland, Oitv,
Have recently made large additions to their Stock ol
Standard School and Miscellaneous Rooks, Blank
Work and Stationery, and are prepared to oiler induce
ments to Dealers unsurpassed by any establishment iu
the West.
By secial arrangements with nearly all the leading
Publisher of New York and Boston, we shall hereafter
receive their Latest and most Poiular Works simul
taneous with publication, aud can supply in quantities
at lowest wholesale prices.
Among other new and valuable Works, we are West
ern A tits for the following, vir :
DATE LEAVES OU HISTORIC CARDS Designed
and confidently expected to furnish millions of our
land an instructive and entertaining substitute for the
"Gaminff Cards" now used io so startlin; an extent.
IDA NORMAN, on, TRIALS AND THEIR USES
by Mrs. LimoLX Phelps, the well known author ol
"Lincon's Botany." We can earnestly commend this
work as oue of the most interesting and instructive ol
the season.
DA M AY by Mrs. Stowe supposed to be.
TUB NEWSBOY by Mrs. Oaivks Smith supposed.
1DLEWILD hr N. P. Willis.
TWENTY YEARS OF AN AFRICAN SLAYER
Tenth Thousand.
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORKS OF CENTRAL
AFRICA AND LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
THE RKPl'BLICAN COURT The most maznificenl
Natioual Illustrated Work ever published in America.
Barnum's Latest "WORK !"
Washington Irving's New Book.
Also Rl'TH HALL A Romance, by the world re
nowned 'Faksv Fern."
LIKE OF HORACE GREELY by a "New York
j Editor."
I from the Press of Mason Brothers. Idee IJ-tfl
. t i
. xVW III CTAI) V at? TTIV TX'T
I IllOlUlU Jr ULU UiM
1 V TED STATES, by Benson J. Lossing, Author of
"Pictorial Field Book, Kevolutirn,?ect. Illustrate! ly
more x.uisitely hnished wood engravings.
secure accurate delineations of scenes and characters,
nrice il.Hb
Revised and Enlanretl Edition of Rramard's Drawing
Bowk inconiequei.ee of the rapidly increasing de
mand for this valuable work, it has recently been
thoroughly revised by the author, and the present vol
ume contains a lare addition of entirely new and orig
inal matter illustrated by ITS elegant engravings In
this edition the suliject of Laxdk: ai-k Sklti ui.no is tl
aburately treated, thereby atlording a sure guide to the
pupil in acquiring an accurate knowledge of the art.
The put l:.-hers feel satisfied that they now oiler to the
laiblic. whether for School, tr private instruction, the
best Elementary Treatise, on this sul ject that has evet
been published. Price, 3c.
K1N0 & COMPANY Cleveland 0.
UXI03
ISA Al
I0X HALL TRIUMPHANT."
CLOTIIINli Auaixjit th. M'orld !
Sva Vol. I)oi.r.K. aD but toi-r CLOTIUNG at
M.1.1C A. ISAACS', VmivH limll, Cl'Ccltmd, o.
1 lie 1'ultlic are invitvtl to an itisjctiin of the suirb
Jtoci of FALL AND WIM'Kll t'LUTUIXlt now un
cxhil'ition at this luanitictrnt estalili.timcnt, Uich in
extent, varietv. tutteriuritir of Workmanship, antl
Fashion, toj:elher with lowness of ricet cauuot he
teat lij anv other Clothinir House in Ohio.
IS,A) , has just returned fom the East, n here he has
received such l.ariraiu in Cloth and material for
nianufacturins. Iliat be has it uow in his Kwer aud ii
determined lo knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "curled hat ' and he will commence hy selling
the Lest Over-Coat in the City for For, Dollars ! aud
l i.Uer Coats, I'ants and Vets of all descriptiont in
protiortion, to look ottt for fmn ! and come alon. every
ily who wants to he clothed, he can f.t all sizes, from
men as larce as the (Hants that stand at kit doors
little wee fellows three years old. aud as his Mammoth
Building is tilled with t lothinc of all qualities, he is
sure of being able to suit everyl ody Kecollect that
he does not wisdi to huml ug the eople with E it-Tin
Work for 5u per cent, less than any one else, as
he does not keep such trash ; lut he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
r ney than they can purchase the same kiud of Goods
a on tne most reasonable terms at
.SAAC A. ISAACS'
Union, JIatt, corner of Superior and Union Streets,
Cferelnnd. Ohio.
IP LOOK OCT FOK THE 0IANTS. QI
(nov i.2-ly)
S'1
TRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci-
entific men are di.!!v brinsin? to li-rht new Inven
tions, .Dd the Diarch of progress is onward; persons
Uaid, or I i-coining so, w.ll be pleased to learn, that sci
ence and long research combined, have brought hefnr
lhe grates.t H vuder of fte jigr. in the article of EM
. Ei;stN,S AMERICAN IIAIK KESToKATI VE, a sui
cure for Uahluess and to prevent Hair from falling.
See circulars to be had uf a-'entj. Price d,lU in large
'lottles. Sold y K. E. I!yt & Co and Oeo. Ad ims.
Warren ; J. Manning, Younton, Prentice Ac. Ed
war la, Cauheld.
C. E. FISHEIt At Co Pmnrletr.rs.
march S No. 5, Superior street, Clev-Uiid, O
XT
OTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
GOODS. J. K. Ai bkrisoji. forn.crly cf the firm
Cow i ts Al AI.PKKTKON, has ;ust oieneil a new Store in
the New ISloi k om the Corner of Superior Street and
the Hmhlic Square Clfeand, Ohio, where may be
fiui d iu entire New Mock of
001 D AND SILVER WATCHES.
ENGLISH. UtENCll. and YANKEE CLOCK?.
SILVER WAliK of all kinds, H arrant ed ture Co.
NEW AND FAHIoNALLK JEWELRY,
All kir.Nof PLAlEDsi.d BRITANNIA WARE.
C CILERY, FANCY IdMjDS aid PERFl'JlERIE?.
lu short, everything that is New anJ IeiraJ le in
this line, may le found cheaper than cau Le bought
ei- h;-n.
'I 'RANGERS tdiould not fail to visit us btfoie
1 j
pur- h.iMiig.
tl-.-ieI.tiol, JJtC. i., i..-y
fROCKEUV AND (JLASSWARE,
' FOR TIIE WHOLES ALE TRADE. JuU received
i-k i-fli-iiri; E rth"ir::re of my own importation direct
from :r:r Eug'tih Ptdteries. nial:ig oue of the largest
st-vni: ;ne I iri-i .'oiepriint;, in part, Vbite Oniu
to i'loiMjr i:jn-?r v. Floaing iliac. Light Ulue, Pla.u
t .--.u:-.-: ir Also mi e-itensiro assortment ol
Lass w a u e
v 1 exi-enr .c in the trade, enables me lo offer to
fco--trv ierchai is bctu-r facilities than jiurchasinf
...-i' tir1 r. :he a-Kru ct':es. .Merchants are resj-ect-;
"'.vl.e-i ;-. atuiuemy warcaud prices, who'liwill
i w.iv e as ic is any Jtj .bmg House in this citr.
I" 'n f mei-'hin Pitcher. No, 13-1 Superior St.
C -T-ndt ny3lt IP5l y A. S. GAI.DNER.
EW-YORK ROOK STORE. The
li iit'srrUcr having iurchased 3Ir. J. Slarvin's
stock, take? this nnMho-l of informing the otixens of
Warrn and Trund ull county, tliat in addiliou to the
stock on hand, he is receiving and now opei iug,a
COMPLETE STOCK Oif NEW lUJ)K
Stationary and Fancv liooils as can be foui J In the
West. Hs stock of Rooks comprises Histoiies, Trav
els, Romances. Encyclopedias, Riographi-, Works on
Elocniion, Architecture. Agriculture, Theolocy. Geolo
gy, Philosophy, Physiology, Phrenology, Work 00
lldritinilisui. Mystic Onlers, Annuals and Albums.
Also, ail the new Publications worthy of note, piles of
School lio' ks, hoth old and new, now In use in :he Sev
ern I school dotricts, RiMcs from 541 cts. to $10, Prayer
and Hymn Rooks for all denominations.
JCVEN1LE AND TOY HCOK.3
In great vantty. Letter Writers, Song and Dream
Rooks, Astrologers Rooks aud Cirds.
ST ATlONKRT.
In this department are offered every description of
floods. French. American Laid, Wove, Cap, Rill. Let
ter an 1 Note Paper of be best quality, aud Envelopes
to match.
CLANK HOOKS,
Comprising I-eders. Journals, Record, Cash, Invoice,
Time, Log, Ncte, Receipt and Memorandum Books.
Also. Coj.y Book- fir schools.
Lithographic Prints, Maps. Chessmen and Boanls.
DmiuHs. Dice anil Ciis, Playinir and PrintingCards.
Paper Weights. Calendar. letter Clips and Willhoblers,
Address Card, Plain. Gilt, Embossed and Illumined,
Card tases. Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
Drawing H oks. Card. Paper nnil Drawing materi
al. Inks. Writing Fluids. Plus and Lead I'encils.
Leaves. Wire. Pa er. etc., for Artificial Flowers, and
a large assortment uf English, French, German and
American Hoys, Weekly Papr from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodical. Harpers' Putnam's,
Graham's. Go ley's and Methodist National Magazines,
Leslie's rok of Fashions and Yankee Notious.
The purchasing community wiil And always on ha nd
a lare stock from ahich to make their selections, at
extreinly low prices for cash only, at th-- New York
Hook Store. No. 3, Main street, a few doors south of
ihe Post Othce.
Warren O.. Oct., 1th, 1854, R, A. A. BALDWIN.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
WAR ON HIGH PRICES! At Bati ett A
Brows' BOSTON CLOTHING HOCSE, in the New
Building, opposite the Democrat Othre, Matm Street
Warren, Ohio.
We ar now exhibiting the richest, cheapest and besl
lot of CLOTHING, at Wholesale mid Retail, ever
brought to this market, comprising Dress, Fruck and
Business Coat. 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 yourselves.
A FI LL SI' IT. Cost. Pasts and Year. Su5l, with
an Overcoat to match for $1. Also, a ru-h stock o I
Boys Clothing; Coats for 9-. with Pants to match for
91. Also, a complete stock of H 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, Cassimeres and Vesting, rich
and rare, and of the latest anil most fashionable styles
CARD. The Proprietors here take occasion to re
turu their sincere thank to the people of Warren ard
the surrounding country, fr the generous patronage
which they have himerto awarded them, and resect
fully ak its continuance, feelinir certain that thvir
go.d , for style, nuality and cheapness, cannot he
equalled in this section of country. Our goods are all
warranted to be of good material, well made, and lo
give good service We have but oue price for our
goods, and that a just one. believing it a oor policy
and worse principle to plunder from one person ta ;
secure the loss on another. P. T. BARTLETT,
Warren, Oct. 7, lr54. O. W. BROWN
YTATCIIKS, CLOCKS, Jewel-v
f T ry. Ate. The subscriber have just re-
Be i veil a large stock of Goods in their line, which,
with their former stock, makes a very desirable assort
ment ; anion if which are Gold and Silver Watches , Sil
rer. Silver Plated and Rrittanta Soons ; Breast Pins;
Finger Rings; Ear Kings; Gold and Silver Pencil
Cases; Watch Chaus, Seals and Keys; Scissors;
Shears; Pistols; Pen and Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks; Razors; Percusaiou Caps aud Pills; Silver
Plated, Brittauia, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Lamps ; Lamp Glol-es, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
snd Coffee Pots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth,
Shoe. Hair, Flesh, Tooth and Shaving Brushes ; Melo
deons ; Guitars; Banjcs ; Violins; Flutes; Fifes; Ac
eordeons: Flaeeoletts and Tatiborii.es; Hair Pins and
Combs; Waist Slides and Ruckles; Purses; Pocket
Books and Wallets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a great variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The public are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine the roods.
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and war
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable excuse.
To our old customers we tender our tt tanks for the
patronage the establishment has received for the last
Ihiny-six years. WALTER KING Ac SON,
Dec. 1ijC.
No. , 3iain lt.. Warren, 0.
j:
ULES VAUTK0T, Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in Clocks, Wati hcs, Jewelkt, Sil-
ter-Wakk, aud Fim t Iooo?s Warren, Ohio.
Having just returned from the Eastern Man
ufactories, 1 brought with me a Tery large
assortmeut of extra-tine English Lever Watch
es, in gold, huiitmg and plain cases. Also, a superior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for timing horses. Also, English Lever
Railroad Time Keepers, in Silver Hanging Cases; and
a larger stock of Detached Lever and Lepine Watches
than was ever before ottered in this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry, I flatter so; self, is a better selection
than 1 have ever lcfore made, having urchased
much larger stock and of finer ijuality, than has here
tofore Ucn I roughs to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing ti sell
again, will tind a large assortment, aud prices that will
compete with Eastern Cities, as 1 purchase my goods
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for as
small p.-ohts as any other establishment in the country.
A few fine Douide Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
lie sold very low. ow is the time for securing a good
tar-rain, fall soon and see for yourselves.
Hatchc. Jewelry, fee, carefully repaired and war
ranted. Jl EugraTinj neatly done.
Oct. 7, If 54.
AJEW STOVES! T. II. MORLEY
te Co. are c".itly making additions to their
large and well selected s.ock of Stove Patterns, so that
they are now able to furnish customers with the most
desirable patterns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tiirht Cook Store, No. 5.
do Improved do do do do
This Stove is truly the Knrmer's Stove, for after an
unprecedented tun of live years, the demand for them is
still increasing.
The Womans Rights Cook Stove, Xo. 1,for wood or coal,
do !o do do No. 2, do
do do do do No. 4, for wood.
This is a new pattern of Coal Stove, just got out by
us, with elevated oven. No. 1 is intended for a dining
room Stove, having two boiler holes and a large capa
cious oven for baking or keeping meats warm. No. 5
has four 8 inch holes for hoiling.and is adapted to small
families. No. 4 has 4 9 inch holes for boiling, and 1
rery large oven, and is adapted to large families.
The Rang l'p" Cook Stove, No. 4.
do Western Queen do do
do Queen of Prairies do do
do 4 real Western do do for coal.
Thest Stoves have four 9 inch boiler holes and capa
cious ovens below the fire chamber. For beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
are unsurpassed. They are perfect bakers.
The following are some cf their Parlor Stoves :
The Cottage franklin Coal Stove, No. "il
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated ?liding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the bite Suite Fair. For beauty and
convenience, they challenge competition, as Uie extra
ordinary sales this year al undaiitly testify.
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, fur wood,
do do do No. 2, do
The Jewett is. Root Stove, Folding Doors, for wood.
Beides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Bex,
and Dairv Stoves.
All kinds of machinery made to order. Stove Foun
dry east of Tay ler's Warehouse, on the canal. Machine
Foundry, east side of LitKtrty street, en the canal. Tin
Shop four doors west of Uie Rank, Market street, War
ren, Ohio. janjil
MAHONING COUNTY
PREMIUM CAR R I AO K SHOP, Yzfyf
Canheld. Ohio. The subscriber takes S v
this method to info m the generous public, that he still
carries on the above business, in all its various branches,
and will make to order, any tiling that' a man may want
in his Hue. Having a large stock of new material al
ways on hand, and the best of workmen to do it up in
style that cannot be surpassed by any establishment in
lhe country, Uios- who wish to purchase Carriaces or
Bnggies ready-made, can always find a large assortment
at niy shop, uf all -iitalities, and at all prices, and 1 am
not afraid of competition, from any quarter, especially
north. I would just say to all who wish to get a good
article, they would do wll to call on this establishment
lfore purchasing elsewhere, for our work U of the best
qunlitv, and all warranted
PA1NT1N0 aud TRIMMING done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
NLW Rl'liijllCS in exchange for old ones. AU kinds
of Luml.cr taken iu exchange for work.
The subscriber flatters himself that by strict attentioo
of himself and hands to business, he can have a reason
able share of public jtatronage. Thank in 1 for all former
favors, he will be still more thankful for new ones.
CauUeld. May Sifi. lK3-jr M. SWANK.
pREMlUMARlAElACT0Ry,
SOI TII Or THE t'ASAL.-me Aiffri
auhscriht-r has now on hand, and will attti: .-Tj
.ii l. . i..r..M l..t of CAR
RI.ViKS, BU00IKS and WA00N3 ou hand, of every
description, style and grade of prices.
His experience in busiiiess.and the extent of his shop
enables him tn furnish any description of work in his
line, on the sborte.-t possible notice, whether it be the
putting up of a splendid BAKOl'CliE, or the common
BL'OOV, the materials for which are at all times kept on
hand.
liis WORKMEN are unsurpassed by any in the coun
try, and his work shall e-ual if uot surpass any eastern
manufacturers.
Duties and Carriages ready for use, will be ex
changed for Lumber, Country Produce, or young Horses.
Second-hand Buggies Liken in exchange for new ones.
CAKKIA0K TKlMMlNtiS alwa ou hand, and for
sale at the lowest prices.
Those wishing any work in my line of business, are
Invited to call at my shop and examine my work and
prices, and they cannot i:t!l to be pleased in regant to ;
hoth. My shop h;iviug become a permanent one, I am j
determined to supply and suit all who like riding in an ;
elegant and easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires a 1
sut.stantiat farm or road wagon or cart.
Painting ami Trimming done on short notice.
ir'AuVork manufactured at my shop is warranted.
Warreu, March , y U. C. UELDEN. ,
VEW ARRANGEMENTS at theJ ;
j.1 KAOLK HOTEL. The subscriler would take this ;
opportunity of informing the citizens of arren, aiol ,
the public gencnilly. 0t he luvs purcluised the Kvei.a :
llorti., riinuerly kept by Mr. Crunp, where hereafter he '
would be glad to .-e his friends, aud all who choose to
give him a call. The best arrangements will be maile to ;
wake his h-aise a pleasnnt place to stop, and no effort j
will be si-axcd to those who call once to slop again. To .
the old customers of the K .gle he would say, do not '
condemn a change as for the worte. because ym were j
so well suite I ith yur old htudb rd, but give the itoa
admiiiiHtnitiou a trial ttefore j ou decide. i
Warren, Aug. K, 13. OK0.T.HI LL.
rHEAPCASII AND READV-PAY
J BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH
MENT. No. '.tl. Main Street.
J. Jlrr.iutieil t . t I jta
Btre't. Warreii.Ohio. Ire the pleas- s,Jt-mTl
re of antiouueiiig to the eitisens of 4.2s.
r . ti Mu.,.r.- ami liie nublio in e-tate
genenl. that tlteV are receiving and nanufac..iri..g the
-ir -. t, olK-il t ' a.-..rtnient of IHHlT ai. l
Pilots ..tr iTou.-bt to the West.-rn uiark.i, widen
lliey l...w'.er I T siiie. al l.olesale or relll!. al pr.ee
III 11 cai.U'.t fail lo suit "a "J' caJl
fewly-N' sysl.iu. Tlieir.lock ron..il "f
ilKXTLKMKS'S PKPAKTMKNT
H -a's C.'se B.UU; Men's Calf rVg'd Initation Bs;
;lnyariaa d; - rrench Calf so f 'd. stoel s ks;
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LADIES' DEPARTMENT.
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pa,'."; Leather lliiAkins and Tie?, and Morocco Boots:
Mis '. .', te "I "' P :-sed tl.iers and Sho-.-s, uf al!
ti,,, I - t'liil In-n's 'uj.-.. A;v
!1 :MAKKK'S FINUlNiH TOOLS ALL KINDS!
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-;'r-u:illy k?tt in oar l:e. nhich will be S..M for
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UNITED STATES, CANADA. MEXICO, AND
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FOR RELIEF CI KE OF SUFFERING FEMALES,
It ..and, nre-emint"forTts curative powers in all
diseases for which it is recommended, usually caneu
FEMALE C0MPLAlr?.
Of these are I
e Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling or the omh ,
s. or AVhiles; Chronic Inff:imation and 1 1
Flour Albus,
ceralion of the
u,.,..h: Iueider.Ul Hemorrliage,
Hoo.ling; Painful, Suppressed aud irreguuir jieusirua
tion: fee, with all their accompanying e.., Vv.Uw.
excepted.) no matter how severe.or how long standing.
The Catholicon far surpasses other remedies iu b.ing
more certain, less expensive, and leaving the syuem
in a better condition. Let all interested 1! and obtair
pamphlet (free) containing amp.o prouf, froaa the
most respecuble sources, of the- beaeac:al results of iu
a9.- to-ether wilh letters from highly experienced Phy
' siciansrhu have used il in their practice, and speak
from iheir own observations.
R:FERENCES:
P. B. rrrxaM, !. D-. Utica, N. Y.
L. D. Klt.wi.-o, M. D UiM:hester N. T
M. II MlLOS, M. D., It.Khester. N. Y
I.Y. Foo-rr. M. D., Syracuse, N. Y.
Prof. Dt'K.AK, M. l., Italtimore, Md.
J. C. CHtati K, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
M". W Keesk, M. 1)., New-York City.
W. Ptw orr, jl. D , Conconl. N. li.
J. P. Newl.ko, M. Utiest, N. Y.
Rev. C. S. Bjllk, Uleun Springs, 3. C.
Pfaamplets lobe had gratis at the Store of E. A. SMITH
A Co., Agents, Dnikg'.sls, tt arren. O. Also sold by L.
W. Meara. North Blonianeld, James K. Sexual, Youngs
own, an.l by most of the leading Druggists in the ad
oiu:u counties.
iryiertrr miirrtiet t. tke rart f -lfr-Ha'ck,
Acemt mt Raeenmm, Ost.
To Dr. .Mir.hisi: I have been ten years troohM
with Female Complaints prolapsus uteri, and all the
attending difficulties; at times rendering my life mos
miserable. I have had the attendance of some of the
lt physicians, with but litll. succes; the must tliey
c.mld do was to relieve cure was out of the .ntestinn.
Fvr Ove montus before commencing with your me.liciue
I hid not been able to wrform any W'or, conld walk
ut a few steps at a time, and scarcely went onl .rdoors
in short, I was completely prostrated, both in mind
and body, and expected to draji out the rest of my days
in suffering aud miserv. But, reading your advertise
ment. I was induced ti try your Invaluable medicine
called Utesine Catholicon. as the mat res. Ml. i had not
used it a week before I fell like aii.aher woman. By the
use of three bottles I was enabled to iwrf.urm al the la
i - i. ,1, f-,;i-..th ei.se. and could wali any
where in the neiirhlMJrhood without injury. N.Klnug
but a sense of my d;ity to you and to the afflicted, h-w
in,lwsl me tosfc.le wt ca.e lo mepu nr. . c u. 3.....-.J
reeuninieB 1 the preparatisn to ail those suffering like
myself. (Si.-iie.U Hits. Sarah A.ti Ktwr.
1'n-e.lom, Porta.- Co.. Ohio.
TTTJ. B. MARCIIISI Co Pr.prMnrs, ntr
D-p-w. 304 Broadway, New fork.
Watreu, June IV. U'M-J
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j prostrate it.
I For sale by E. A. imith A Co., and Porter Co.,
T.arren ; G. Hailett, Gustatns :J. S. Mears, Bloom
CELEBRATED !fieid;J. Campbell Newton Falls, and by Dealers in
j Medicines everywhere. nov 29 leo4-y
j T? A X N I N G MILLS ! FAXXIXb
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WE INVITE ihe n
J t krntion of the fill to t!
CVrtiffc.tti;. al wrn-lrtl Lelow, aul
D9eaK tir Uirm tnatcar.aiJ con-
inltrmtiuti which their honest
Mrn in mch Ataticn. a, many
who Toluatarily l.rar wanna to
me euicacjr au-l aine of HeT :
rc T-tl., ilo not wantnul. triHf
with, or Jutort fait, ncr on.rnatc their courietiODS.
Jml.-e then, whether thi. it not the medicine to trust
when jroo must hare relief for thevhru.it or lunjrs; ju-ls.
too. whether every family ousht not to hare it ry them
a a if. jiiiarit against the erery where prerailiu? ene-
- atere wnu iaiai ireuency upun alrooat every
Hock aud carriea oU tiie iamb from many a home?
Jack aoa. C. II. Jackson, City Ohio- SUh Sot., Ki2.
Vtl. A V EI,
Sir The Chebkt Pat-rnaL U nnrh inoniivrl aftoe.
Several of our best Physicians have used it, three off
them in their own cases and always with the happiest
effects. The numerous patent medicines always Lefere
them, lead to incredulity in regard to every new remedy;
and it is only after undoubted evidence of value in any
article, that anything like a general confluence can be
excited.
The nn rivalled excellence of this combination of
agents, (in theCm-aav Pkctokial) proved beyond cavil
by repeated trial under their own observation, has com
pelled medtml men to proclaimed abroad it's usefully
ness. It is beyond all doubt the best general remedy
we have for the Pulmonary AtTectiuns of this lin-te.
a liw. ame time ueiiative and expectorant a rare com-
"ii." properties.
In the hope tliat it will prove its own reward,! sub
acrite myscir. Itespectfully your obt. servt.
JAS. il. C. MILLER, M. T.
Allegan, Mich., Kith Jan., ie3..
Dear Sir No one, no not one-man. woman, or child
can be found to deny that the Chkbbt Pci-rotAt. is all
that it claims to be. There is much used iu this vicinity
although not known until recently. The community
should know it's virtues. Yours truly.
JOHN R. K EL LOGO, M. D.
Let gentlemen of the Legal Profesiou mark this case.
. Williamsburg, L. I., Sept. 3,
Dr. J. C. Atu, . 1
Iear 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 tubes, which was
a constant annoyance to me, and fast becoming a source
of great apprehension, livery remedy tried, failed to
relieve me. till I used your Cbjckrt Pkctoeal. This
has not only relieved me, but as I trust, wholly cured
me, I care nothing for the reputation of advocating
Patent Medicines, and this is at your service. I shall
recommend it to members of the bar and others whom
1 may meet, laboring under similar indispositions.
Yoors truly, K. f. JON Kg.
South Paris, Me., Aug. IP, 150.
-T have no hesitation in saying, that I regard Avnt's
Chbkry PerroatAL as decidedly the best remedy within
my knowledge for the cure of chronic bronchitis, cough
and all diseases of the lungs.
M. A. RUST, M. D.
Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 4, 1849.
D- J. 0. Atct. Sir: 1 have used your admirable
compcund extensively in my practice, and find it to
surpass, by far. any other remedy we have for curing
diseases upon the lungs. Yonr obt. srvant,
K.B. JONKS, M. D.
What vet remains to convince the most incrednlnn
thai Uie Cherry Pectoral is all that it purports to be
viz: an unet-ucUed remedial agent for all diseases of
theThroaand Lungs. The experience of years, has
proven it to be such, and we submit it to the people be
lieving that it's virtues iUl fully maintain it's reputa
tion. Prepared by JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by F. Erxsras Jr., Cincinnati ; E. A. ?ith Ay
Co., Warren; J. Campbell, Newton Falls; il. W Col
lar. Mesopotamia; and by all dealers in Medicine
everywhere.
r Beware of counterfeits and worthless prepara
tions attempted to be palmed off under a similarity of
name. If eb y 14 w,-14
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD!
JVst a Pmrtieto of Mereuru in it.
Lrr tub Afflicted Read and Pohbek!
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheu
matism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimple or
Postutes on the Face, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fe
ver, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald
Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints,
Stubborn Ulcers Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago,
Spinal Complaints, and all .Diseases arising from an
Injudicious Use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or
Imparity of the Blood.
This great alterative medicine and Purifier ef
Blood is now used by thousands of grateful patients
from all parts of the United States, who testify daily to
the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of
Medicines, "Cutir'i Sfaxihm Mixtcbs." Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, Ulcers, Old Sores, Affections of the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints,
Pains and Aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily
put to flight by using this great and inestimable rem
edy. for all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet been
fonod to compare with It, It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver
and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to
the Stomach, makes the skin clear and healtf y, and re
stores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine vigor and
strength.
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better than all the
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Cabtbk's Spas
ish Mivtcbe will remove all sallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a re
markable deg-ee, beyond all the medicines ever heard
of.
The large number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from ail parts of the Hotted States
is the best evidence that there is no Humbug about it.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and
public mn, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this GREAT
BLOOD PURUIER.
Call on the Auest and get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine unless signed Bemsbtt & Beers, Pro
prietors, No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, Ya-, to whom
all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed.
For sale by K. A. Smith it Co., Warren ; J. Camp
hell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown, Ohlton ; Geo. Hasleit,
Oastavus , S. W. Hears, Bloomfleld, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nov --y
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Nebility, Diseaaw
of tb Kidneys, and mil Diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver or Stomach ; such as Constipation, inward
Piles, I'nllness. or Blood to the head. Acidity of the
Stonlach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for ood. Full
ness or VVeipht in the Stomach. Sour Kructtaions. Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Fit of th. Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation,
when in m lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Wes before the sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of th.
Skin and Kyes, Pais in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
Ilc, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the flesh.
Constant Imaginings of vil. and Vireat Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cured by
Dr. Eoofland's Teiebratcd German Bitters.
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, No. 12fl Arch street.
Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled,
if equalled, by any other preparation in the United
States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful
physicians had failed. These Bitters are wortlry th
attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are, withal
safe, certain and pleasant.
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO.
II Jobk norraax, JeromesTille, Ohio. May 30th. 1853
said : "I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, that your German Bitters is what yon
recommend it to be. a highly valuable medicine, which
I know from having used il in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All who have used it give the same
recommendation. "
STirm A. Mealy, Canton, Ohio, May 11, 1833,
says : "Having heard your German. Bitters highly
recommended Irom sources in which 1 placed much
confidence, 1 ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
of them I gave to my d&nghter who has derived great
beuetit from it ; two of the others 1 sold immediately,
an.l 1 would like you to send me a supply of it to sell.
Jons t'LASlt, Brunswick, Ohio, May 26, lt-54. says:
""Your German Bitters have proved successful in every
ease that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself a great demand."
Thovas Lkttuford, Covington, Ohio, Dee. STth,
1K3, says : "My 'wife has been affected with the Liver
complaintand Dyspepsia for a numlier of years, during
which time 1 have spent a great deal for doctoring., but
she received very little benefit therefrom, and hnally
the doctors said she could not he cured. Uw spring
she concluded to try your Bitters; lhe took two bottle,
and ever since taking tliem she has been able to attend
to her business, until very lately she had a new attack
but has a.iun enmmncel the Bitter. I nave sow
quite a nnniher of bottles through her recommendation,
and ss far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
all."
D. A.BOTT, Austinburzh. Asbbnla county, Ohio.
December ith, l-i3, says -Permit me to bear testi
mony to Uie remarkable efficacy of your medicine in
the cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
taking yonr Bitters. I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; so much so that 1 did not expect to live ;
hut by a free use of your medicine, thanks to a kind
j Providence. 1 find myself entirely restored to health,
! and able resume my employment.'
Thene Bitters are emtireiw veeetablt and free from
jji MILLS , ;Th(. nmiersigned take this method ol
! infom-.icg the farming public, that still continuing tu
manufacture Fauning Mills, they hate so far improved
t)ie 3ame M to be ,e, nut only ta take out foul seed
from Grain, better and faster than any other mill now
in use, but also v perfectly separate, or take out, the
rur dirt that may lie loageu in uie same.
They cau also take Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed in
the chaff, aud by once running it through, can make it
perfectly mertuntahlw. Their Flaxseed and rat dirt
eleaners are their own inreutions, deduced from much
study and experimenting the past winter, and are such
as are uot to be found in any other mill extant. The.
invite il who need mills to call and examine their,
before purchasing elsewhere; and as their mills ar,
always warranted. they can run n. risk oi being int
nosed uion with a poor mill.
F Faru.ing-.on. Juljr 19. V. CURTIS & SONS.
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON,
31. l., Pll X9A PAT I C IJOTAHIC PlTTSirtAX A.I D
$t auEon. wouht re.-iM:if-.Uy inform the Hud lie gener
ally, thai h baa Located liimstif at Newton Falla,
wfcere be will attcml W alf calla ia hi iirofessioo, at
ai Oitc or al privaie ilwx,ilin-.
lir. M.wiU pay particular attention to all kinls of
oX Osl ClirtMaic iieaies, cb as D-spep Liver
i'unipk.tiiu, 'liade of the Laogs9 Ikiuoey, Stin.
LtruuciiitiA. Arthtuatic AUi.ctiin, ami all disemaes
artMtn? from an impure state of tiie bltoti. AUo all
(liwaca pliar to the eVmal acx.
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